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 V.  V  ������, r>iP  V*1-*!'*-������***-?  ���������**  .-    ���������;    '.; "-y-yzsiZ'-f  ,���������***'���������   .,   ir',-,'r4. 1VJ;  "P1"!^  md  SSSS.  Vol. XiT������\'  jC   -< ^*>_'  crestoh; 'B..0.,.  J?  "M.  Y, APRIL 22,  1921  No. 12  &&PW  i iS.S~    "  jj*  Walter Muir,is-just ^Jwick from his  winter.trapping qua^terig in., the bills  and reports yery deep snow, -with con~  sequent liklihood oi high, water on the  Hats this summer."  The week-end was a "busy, one at the  Reclamation Farm wherespring branding operations were under 'way and a  staff of Indians busy rounding ������������p*fche  stock. -���������--���������*    '  c*i������unu.  ��������� J-t���������r m0t~  BVIends of Jsck Stevens wil!  thize with he and -Mrs. StephenHii-tjj-e*.  loss of their eleven-year old daughter*  (/lara which took place at Tacoma,  Wash., early in the month...,        Z _  Quite a few of tbe citizens of^Ge^ft;  Oreek were at Oreston on"BW3&yjiori'4~  police court trial, the. case being orie of  smuggling stock across the line.- " The'  i-as& was adjourned tc secure-further  evidence.  Geo. Seymour has sub-divrdtedT jhis  place into five'-acre ranches and haslet  the contract for clearing tbe same.  Joe Stephen is going in for beekeep-,  iug ami has secured a few hives' of the  honey makers. He is also setti-hg out*  quite an area to strawberries.  Cranbrook hospital at present,, having  gone-to that institution on Thursday ���������  last, and underwent an operation the  follow! ng.day. Mr. Ash is with her,  and latest word is to the effect that  she is making a fairly satisfactory recovery.-^* ���������*, ", " ''  "- ~  The household effects   of   Mr.   and  Mrs. Leslie McMurtrie arrived the tatter part of the, week, and they are now  getting nicely settled on the Pease  ranch* which he purchased a little ov-  er a yeaVago. '_       -  \  m'"-^'-      ir 1  AdeeTSlding bad numerous caiiers  from greston on Sunday���������the wild  flower area near the sehool being one  of the chief attractions. - %  Mrs. Whiteside of Sirdar was a Saturday evening visitor ^here with her  "parent^ Mi*, and Mrs. Simister, being  one of Jt casey Jones party that went  through to Greston.  ' r - /���������<- r f  Prospects fop a, splendid orchard  yield * were never better than would  Appear to  be  the  case  this  spring,  Reed &   Mather  report   their  straw-  i* - ���������* *  * ..  berries have coime.thtvaugh the winter  particular] v well and-give promise of a  bumper yield. Special attention is being given to fertilization this year.  S. *x*<! .  96*  itracts  At  th- ffifetftqg^Sf the" Board of  Directors of CreswjV Fruib Growers  Qn-  from Geo. Seympur about a-* year-ago-.������  J. W. Readdy, a new comer to'ths  mtm\m*-*mtj  AAttOilQ     ttV-F  r y ���������*)&������ *���������*>*,.. _ ,**������. f *  ������>P^"  UxUxiixiS agOj hasue-  cided to locate at Corn Greek"," tfnd'has*  just purcbal-ed a place here.  If your.West Oreston correspondent  of April $������h would favor .by having-  .iCorn C-r������ekfbae^eloi\rn<M5^rt.:^^^r^3b^  ���������*tsr pleasure coiild* ^e"co)pfeir*i^^nitK^  Jitter.  tie the:  ^M������^i^  The ladies' Auxiliary of the G.W.  V.A. Sre ha\'ing"their usual, fortnightly dance at the. schoolhouse on- Saturday evening, withiheproceeds going  io the piano fund.';-:  '' " 2 .   ^  P Chairman ' McGee-'^������f 4iie   trustee  ^b*i^rft...an.nq^^^  ^^.^^ui|iMin*^^ip2|^^^  April ;^th|i*;^thei������cho -liPftW  ���������TS.^'--..  *ti*-r!'i^i^'������re-4i-  i'\  An eastbouhd freight -*������h*  last killed a cow ^jelonR*  & Wood, in the neighborhoTda ������i  Constable ranch,, whei-e   the> animal  was grazing on the right of way.;; j ��������� :.  ; 0* Hester Of Ci^hWbofc and tVirinir  peg spent a few days ^he^Ia^ week;  the guest of Mr. and Mrs. McMurtrie.  He is looking lor a yalley ranch to  purc^littse.    '     ; ZmpP-vZ. Z-pmP---P~- '  Messrs. Apder������6o and son of Victoria arrived a few -rdi^.*&.'.ib;*tali;e."')^afle^  sion of th*i 'Old/ Dutrbyshire ranch  which, we hear, they have purchased,,  apd which, will be .deyeloped 'by the  latter, who is a returned soldier.. ���������  Mrs. P.  A 0-    'Z>-*.  Ash   is   a  ,pati������nt in  ��������� ... ...^"������������������^'/v*--*-,,;,  SWELL LAST TIME  BETT^Ifc T!HIS TRIP  Another Select Dance will be  ��������� siven hy the  ���������0*m    v ,     .  tn  Mercantile Hall,  Greston  on  Men., April 25  , A':Beal..;^ii>������i<sal;,';\rreat!'  ���������":  Admission :   $1.00  STTPPER Me.  "B"������~-d&-Z-B������  Union," Iitd.9- it--s&|j^- decided to in-  sert the foliow|iji( clause in the  F^uit Contr^ofci^^'  *������*-,  Thafc,iu thr^Jjase af Apples  delivered by tB&^Gro\s,*er to the  Union, the Unip^is to take responsibility of'v^k ���������of storage'  until 6uch, timeqias the same are  gold.        *        Z-ZZx  \ "That with J3fcgt~ Fruits state  ments and "fir&^rata payments  shaii be' made^jfcp the grower  every two jvee1������$j leaving 6nal  settlement; 'in-,4he Pools until  such time as-lttial returns are  -received.-;-. .'Z^%  "That ^ifcfr^iee Fruits and  Y.egetables Sui^nedts aitd" pro  nafca- paymentSgshalt be made  every month, -living final settlement; 'iftTt^e^Bbols until suoh  time as final retu%is are received."  put in stock, and most likely a line of  flour, feed, bay, etc, wiH be carried,  tfpr the-  clients.  accommodation cf the  L.&JJ   I  %v-  - BiRTK^-Oh ^pt|S 16. to*Mr. and Mrs.  Milt Beai������, a da^igj^ssy  Messrs.- 06qd#itf ������nd. Faifi-eyrasln  have just exemp)|^^���������ai;tiue sample of  practical C'Vipjn^^tj^ itaJ the purchnse  Mrs. Lockhead ofGalgary, Alta., arrived on Saturday, on a yisit to her  son. Jimmy, who occupies tlie B. B.  Staples'ranch, and is. .at, present in  chas-ge of the ranch tractpr v^ork.  , Apother ttansfer pf Erickson ranch  property is announced this week, W.  G. Birney having sold his ten-acre  prope'rty to Mr. Houlder, who arrived  recently from the Old iQounfry on a  visit to Mr. and Mrs L. fjeveque. Mr.  Birney'sf utnre plans are still indeSnite  though he will for the present? return  to-Banff*. Alta.. where he has property  interests.still, and from ,_tyhieh. point,  he caise to Ei-ickson three yeas-s .age.  fc Alex. Cameron has returned .to his  ranch here, after spending the winter  at his home at Coleman, Alta.  T, W. Davis* returned to Coleman,  Alta., on Sunday, on a short business  trip. He expects to return shortly to  get en with his land -clearfeg.  E. S. Butterfield left ������������rl**!*icfor on  Tuesday on a business  of davs.  trip of a coupie  |Mr*^|Mfr<M| '"fB-r^e)^i*;'^d^yOTing^  isohi :ajce ivitdtorswitb -Mra^Jasipotdt^it  ^rest'Qyi'i^is^ ��������� ^ZpZ'*^?  B&yd and famiry  f;*?i^i'*   i- '-'-��������������������������� --Jj-Vi-rJ^r?  Ij-Bpth ^ere>pop-  ^iiar ^-itizehs^and ;t^'rfi-driit'>ary^ji*^^  ;-rop^^i:������ej^ret^^s  -^.nt^?tlie^r������Sw^.v.*';-ZZZPPpZ-'': .?Z-'Z^  ������&������&  '$pMmti~$ffi~mrtp  icplto^l|;^8t������ffi ,^Nelson^ and^E. <C.  Tisti^^residents l^i������i<mitiiraliftt;; aye  liere^tjpj-e^ent-iayihgJoWthe'n     -oi''  -ch^ds.'ft>ry:the':settleiajf..������ '.,*.  ''"*i^  big^tr^'ctbr 'reispnied iphMighihg  operations the hrst. of the week the N.  Stpb'es '.T'anch;^i-J^fth^':'AVs^'Wt������ceivev  ���������ii^n~U.iv^?Z-p'^ -'Z  ���������'?Zi.x,\-"A\T- pi.j^p^iLPfA^^A'P.p'P'--'. ���������-' ''P.  ���������'Saturday last was a notable; day. in  the cam'p's hiHt^ory, the'day furnishing  theflrst, weddingceremopy stijenini^ed  at Lister, and equally notable are the  features that the groom is a"returned  man, \vjhil^-ili^.bri^'.<;is'.'' the daughter  of aii rtye^^^flghjte^, 'jReV^G:Knox  was the offlciatlhg.clei-gyirmn.\aud. the  contracting parties vvere Miss Helen,  daughter"of' Mr! and Mrs. Fred ^West  on, who was united in u������airiagc, with  1 voir5 OhristeiisiBn;'' with;"the jschpbi-  house iaM- the scene of the happy leyent  ���������which wis filled to the doors evfen  befoi-eB 10 a;tii.; iihef^oVr set for the  ceremony. The bi'idei^'hO'was given  away by her father, whs handsomely  gowned in meHhlulne silk enibroideied  with silver, '������������������\yith''^ii-dlei.lof^thLe HaVhe  materials and adorned with tjie tiriie  honored bridal veil; her boquet being  of white and pink" enrnations, sweet  peas and ferns. The bridesmaid waa  Miss Jennie Brown of Nelson, who wius,  support-ed^'by-.'^  Dorothy, both of whom Were 'gowned  in white nnd carried boquets. of White  cuniitions and sweetpcua, Thogiooip  was supported by ji(8' jLnoth^THTfelpry  Ohrleterisen. ' AftpVft^o.qeretnony, for  which tho scho()iiinh^\^������vAttractively decorated, a party; e^^pine^ twenty  gpesto motored to ^bnpy^jde' R.inc-h,  the home of the bride's parent^,.wlu>re  a" BiimptuouH -wedding bteul^fast was  iservcd, and Tatt'r the happy couple left  for OreBjton where they., caught the af.  torpoon train for a honeymoon Ujp to'  Vancouver and V iotrrla, the brldo  travelling in a costurue of, wavy blue  with hat to mutch, Numerous useful  ant} attractive wedding presents bj}-  updhethd popularity of the cpntiNict*..  iug parties. Mr. and Mrs, Ohi'toteon.  sen are two of thc most populu'r of the  of the camp's younger set, and heurti  teat .congmtnhubuiH"- -.it* extemUHl,  along'with liest wlshrfe for,a 1/mg.und  happy life.    "���������-���������-    Z?..'..-". Z,.'.-.,*,*..,  W. J. E. ^iker of Nelson, water  branch engineer, and Mr. Davis, of the  ���������water branch, -Victoria, paid Dnck  Creek an official business visit on  Wednesday,--look ing over the pi-opos,-  of a^^Spmmotorp^ef^prayer,^ which' !f^^<!l,!?<,he,ne-ana ofclker wafcer  they r^eiy'fed''lgsld������eeli  \&-  ���������: -:>>  .._*-*   ���������ii>^-J-.'.^.~L^4i.i^jxtue^\~'^'^S^t~^J~  ��������� *J^*W"������*''--^������-'-^'-"*"'^-V 'if^&nsl.-:  ij^zmimmmmmw*^  of ifirickson fo^al^JSt  ir^Pj^^^Mm   -  H. A. McKowan was a visitor at his  home in Cranbrook last week.  >  -. Mr&^Fred Belanger and daughter, of  Creston, are spending a few days with  Kitchener friends this week.  -.- m. a^GOvxt rev-urne-u vo jt^Bt^uenei- last,  week, after'an extended visit at Cranbrook. . -  AB. Driffle of Creston was a between-  .���������.?$���������.. ���������:-.:* .    ��������� ������^t-   ~nrs'x.*> ^" *-j:_���������j���������  iruiHa  y ttmtiSAS'    in IS it    je������-ieA;eLlc;u*ci"  lueeeun  on Sunday. - He is yery busy at present at land clearing nn - his ten-acre  ranch at Creston, on which he has  just erected a new bungalow.  .' Percy Watson'left on Saturday for  Greston, where he spent the week-end  atv bis home..     * -r"  ��������� ��������� C Carr others, travelling salesman  for Turner,. Beaten Co., Vancouver,  was a business caller at Kitchener this  week. *-  .   Mr. and Mrs'. Persian of ternis ar-  r J  rived here last' week, ami expect to  make Kitchener their home in future.  "' 'Work commenced this* week on the  government road, several - men being  employed at repair work.  Howard, who is employed by the  r*���������������������������.,-.  uueiijiaejv,  is siv pre^cn**  rights matters  Z''���������Miss' Ringheim left oii Wednesday  ���������ot^fearS* baste ^PJ'^Vidrtr-sB-. Sask., where she will sdend  '^s^&M:-** i^e^iiuifej-toiT'v^itbsher  %&ZZ^^^������-&~  ������A?Me8*8rs'.���������������������������-'Toriip^'-ahd'  Ave1 'the heW   owners  Oletheht, * Whp  of Ithe Heqry  Hauiilton ranch,���������'are now in full^ pos-.  session of the property, and ^are hard  at work at spring operations." ;.  ! Stjation. -agent Bujid y is} the fu������t citizen to purchase a "new auto this year.  His;briy is a,'Ch<eyroiet.'���������������*-& he is getting "therrurober haul'^d wherewith  tpj  biiUd a garage to house it.       . "'���������".; ]""',  -. .Lii, J. ii?...-���������-���������'���������- J-     .-       ' *���������*   , '���������������������������"''",. *y .$.'    )'���������  Carpenters are at work on "the new  warehouse which...the'; Staples Friiit  Co. titd., are erecting nt Erickson. A  full stock of boxes, crates, etc.. will be  GB������Wl THEATRE  Wednesday, APRIL  The Show that kept New York  ; taghing for two years!  THE COMEDY SUPREME!  t*  A big clean flin Show!  smile'*with.- every tick of  the clock."    ! *  NOT a Moving Picture  NOT the Musical Eckhardt's  This ia another Htiooeas equal to Mr.  Eokhardt's previous produotioii of  MTess of-*the Storm Country,"  ADMISSION $1.00  Children under 12 - 25c.  Childreh over 12-15; 60c.  ������*mi*&&������kt-\t~~*'jy~ '" "' . ^-^rfw^ye^ "|IP"^vas;caia^lit before, the -  W^S^S^^^^2i^. ������^i^fin^<������it:^^as"c64ipeiied to'  (^oyer?the^weekreng������.tn'������ guest '"-  - .-���������...-<.   :i --,%-'?: .--^c -.*{.-- -^yf,. ':._- ���������     **       . .  ���������   ���������,. i    ���������,,.,,  ,Si  ".  :1SS' "  -^ Li*?--      -  r - . xr- -  jt^|here'ioiger?feb&'weekr  lifiMr. and.Betrk Of ;^.-vyigeb*-  ���������f feMonrad ���������Wigen kwade '.aVyv������ry lieavy  shipment -of - straewberry * plants   on  fGRjeiiiiesaay.   *.    . ,-  i������f*-A;laige' crowd -off" ihe^Sucal-dancers  rue figuring to attend the Banff orches-  tra dance at Creston on. Mo^jdaynight  ���������Nearly every conyeyance of "any description has been conscripted for service that night. "---  '���������';,*The United Mariners whistidrive and  dance on' Saturday night Was a' very  eiiCc-essfulaffair. "There' were'some,  eight tables at- cards, with' the high  scores being made by Mrs. J. B. Rudd  and H. A. Hosindale. Miss C. Jlosin-  daleand Messrs. Mason, John~<wn and  B. S. Butterfield obliged with songs,  wlvlcb were.well.receiyed.' The dance  started at 10.90 and < a very dainty  lunch was served at midnight. The  U.F. treasury is about $12 better off as  a^fesult of the ftff������viiv :;  -���������     .   -��������� f  " The members of -Wynndel Athletic  Club put in Sunday morning bxing-up  the,tennis,and basketball groundsnear  the Joe Wigpn ranch, and iii the after  poop theflrsitoutdoor ball game was  played. Until further notice the Athletic Club Will houl its meetings in the  tennis court at S p.m. Sundays'.. : AU  hiiseball players are requested to turn  out these evenings as we Want to g������^  up a. team as soon as possible and giye  bbum some pructice. ,."."'���������"  A.  Sash & Door  crnfihed to his home WitbTan atttick of  pleurisy. ���������        -i ���������"-  Dr.' Henderson niade his annual yis-  it of inspection to the Kitchener school  on Monday^ .'   .,  Two of our recent -citizens left last  week, for Bulkley Valley,, with one of  them trying to depart with isiore.thsis  belonged to him, having been.ilUadvised by his ^.Jbigy. friend' in Kitchener.  ^o%eye^>lte^wasfcaiagEt 'before, the  orseslioeingPrices  Owing   to the   drop in   the  price of laber we are pleased  to  state that we can  now -  drop back to the old prices  on Horseshoeing i  RESETTING  / 50c. cash,' pY&5c.. booked.  '15c. extra, for. new, toe calks.  "ne:wMqes "-  $6.00 to $7.50 per team.  OtherSvork   in   proportion.  Morrow Blacksmith Shop  *     CRESTON  irrigation  - The standing of the proposed Arrow  Green irrigation project would seem  to bu^very much in doubt in tbe light  of recent developments in this connection. Under date of April I2lb the  Witter.'rights'''firunch at Victoria.* in-  forma T. M. Edmondson by letter  th������t "The, project has not yet reoetv**?di  the approval of fifty per cent, of j:ho  owners of the lanijl," while on Tnesuny  10th, Mr, 0<tvis, an engineer clii-ect  from the department nt Victoria  along with W. J, E. Biker, the engineer a|* Nelson, arrived at Creston  nnd are how taking n look over the  proposed route of the iii-iga tion system  as well as the tirea that will be lirf-������  gatc>d, Mr. Dayia having been d������������ *  pushed here to make this Inspection  so as to be rtble to Advise the |������i*ovin*  clal irrigation Investigation commltt  ne���������and from all account* Mr. Davis Is  more than favorably impressed with  the Vallev.  e~  Realizing the genera) de  maud and nocesaity for proper  accommodation iri^whioh to  keep (Securities, aiid with a  d^ire to serve the public in  tliis reelect*, we have recently  instituted at this branch a  Safe - Keeping Department,  and are prepared to accept  for safe-keeping all manner  ft wcurities such as Bonds,  JeedB,; Xnsn'rance Policies,  Wills, etc., guaranteed hy the  bank against loss.  The-charges in this oonnec-  ttan rantfe from. ^1 to $2, ao-  cording to the value, of tlie  security, lodged for safe-keep'  lllg. :   ., ���������' ���������     **  Imperial Bank of Canada  CRESTON BttNCN ���������;.%?&'$..  ���������A'  -/..  ... ?:  Review,  ���������'GRfl9fOK-'..JJk-  ZZ  A  0  MM.  STANDBY. FOR  AND PAIS  Any mam. or woman w6o keeps  Sl-osaa's liandy will tell you  that same thing  TT-* SPECIALLY those frequently  |"fl'-attacked by rheumatic twinges.  ���������*-^ A counter-irritant, Sloan's Lmi-  anent scatters the congestion and pene-  grates without rubbing to the afflicted  part, soon relieving the ache and pain.  Kept handy and used everywhere  for reducing and finally eliminating the  jpains and aches of lumbago, neuralgia,,  anuscle strain, joint stillness, sprains*,  ������raises, and the results of exposure.  You just know from its stimulating,  aealthy odor that it will do you good 8  Sloan's Liniment is sold by all drugo  f^sts���������35c8 70c, $1.40.  <Made  in   Canada)  J^IllllTI������Il,"lfexSlmJ  gnesiVHj;  Work of The  ,&������>������������������������!   ^***Ir������&fe  Canada ShQiild Not  j  Export Haw  ^m-mX.-.-j.-.t-  Giving Medical Attention to Those  Who Live in Remote Districts.  A Red Cross worker in one of the  primitive sections of the west made a  discovery last summer. She-visited  a sawmill camp and, while there, dis-  -mtx~  covered two men, one of who had  chopped half his foot off with his axe  and was unable to get any treatment  for it. The other had suffered a kick  in the chin from a mule and the jaw  bone was broken. He was unable to  get the bone set. Both travelled 30  miles to a place where they hoped to  find a doctor and they travelled in  ���������vain. When they arrived there they  were all in. They were put to bed  and remained there until, as in the  case of animals, theirjhurts healed and  they were able to go back to their  work. The net result of their failure  to receive attention at the proper  time, or, indeed, at any time, is that  one will limp badly for life and the  other will have a terribly disfigured  face.  The Red Cross, organized for peace,  will, by its guidance and expert advice, make it possible for all such far  away communities to havc something  like adequate medical and nursing attention by equipping hospitals a^id  nurses' quarters and providing suitable surgical and Tnedical supplies for  the treatment of all such and similar  cases, whether of accident, disease or  ���������what not. *  Not only that, but the Red Cross  aims to give lessons in first aid to the  sick and injured and to teach people  ���������who, by reason of the nature of their  occupations, must live far from medical and nursing aid, just what they  should do to aid sufferers who come  ���������within thc zone of their influence.  The Red " Cross, it is realized, is  needed now more than, at any other  lime in the history of thc country,  and it ii earnestly hoped by those  who are endeavoring to organize the  humanitarian forces of the world  that Western Canadians to the very  last man and woman, boy and girl,  will join the Red Cross when the  campaign is on from June 5 to 11.  No Reason Why 'Country Cannot  ���������       Manufacture More at Home.  Some years ago Ontario exported  her sawlogs to the United States,  where th^y were sawn into lumber.  Quebec exported her pulpwood to  American paper mills. During recent years Onta-rio has sawn her logs  at home while Quebec has converted  her raw pulpwood into paper, with  the result that a huge lumber, pulp  and paper industry has been built up  in this country.  A somewhat -similar situation now  exists^ in connection with some of our  mineral products. For\ example,  Quebec, which has * 85 per cent, of  the world's asbestos, last year exported over $11,500,000 worth of the  raw "material, sending it to the United  States^, Great Britain, Japan; France  andjother countries. It is estimated  that this crude asbestos would be  worth $81,500,000 if it were manufactured at home. In Ontario we used  to export our nickel ore in ^its raw  state, but within the last few years  we have been refining the ore at  home.  There is no reason in the world  why we should pot manufacture more  of our raw materials at home insu-ad  of sending therfl out. Sawlogs, pulpwood, ore and various other com-  jmodities should be manufactured by  ourselves. In other words, we  should build up our basic industries  and not spoon-feed exotic industries.  ���������--Farmers' Sun.  CASTORIA  For Infants and Children  in use Por Over 3������ Years  Always bears  - the,  Signature off  * Farmers Come From U.S.  Elmer Woodcock, of Joliette,  Illinois is one of the vanguard of the  spring's flow of farmers from "across  the line: He has staked his faith in  the country to the extent of $50,000,  which he has paid'for a section of  land  near  Sperling,  Man.  Increased Acreage.  An increased acreage of 500,000  acres is expected to be sown in wheat  in the province of Manitoba this  spring. Indications are for the early  opening 'of agricultural operations.  The season has been especially favorr  able, and farmers are getting their  machinery in order for operations.  Lesser Evil.  Bill Collector.���������-"But why &o you  let your wife spend all your money?"  Mr. Henpeck.-���������"Because I'd rather  argt^e -with you than with her."���������-  American Legion Weekly.  EheiuiiiiiePafiis  Ans relieved in a ������ew days by  taking 30 drop* of Mother Selnei's  Syrop aftermeala and on retiring.  it dissolves the -'lithe and acid  accumulation fa the muscles and  Jousts so 4fee8g:,d<S3K>*?its san be  expelled, (hue relieving pain and  soreness. SeigeB's  Syrup, also  known ������������ "Extract of, Roots,",  costaina nodope nor ntKer s tron-g  drug* to Kill or mask the pain <>���������?  -rheumatism or lumbago, it re-  snoves the egause.   5Q*p. a bottle  eg) at druggists. r n  ^���������^.���������/^���������,**#/^e,-������'������^������*������ ���������*���������������������- *<"������������'=- -  <*  *>  C������  *>  (������  ������0  Co  f)  (-  ���������v  (���������  c������  m  *>  (a  ���������fr  Owls are found all the world over.  ^ill Help Cattipa'gttt  jl<u> rigiis, jaufjMiseFJs  C.P.R. Will Have Poison Laid Down  ,    Along  Railroad  Right-of-Way.  The C.P.R. will assist thc campaign  to sqeulch the grasshopper this year  by laying down poison along thc railroad's right-of-way through affected  areas, it is stated by Thos. Acheson,  general agricultural agent of the  C.P.R., in a letter of F, Hedley Auld,  deputy minister'ol'^agTic'ulture.  Mr. Acheson "slates that if the  municipalities will provide the poison  to the section foreman at-cost, instructions will be issued to forermn,  to distribute the bait, the work to be  done by the section gangs under the  supervision of thc Government officials in charge of the general campaign.  In the opinion of the officials of  the Department of Agriculture the  grasshopper menace promises to be  as serious this year as last, though  the centre of attack jnay be slightly  changed, some, of the older districts  badly infestod,,'iast year being more  free of thc pests, while it is expected  that some districts'comparatively immune last year may have to be prepared for a strenuous attack.  Planes for Mounted Police  The Hague is one of the handsomest cities in Holland.  CUTICURA  HEALS  PIMPLES  In wrrlbler������������h on face which made  akin nore and Inflamed. Irritated  face by scratching and was disfigured.  Could not Bleep well and made feel  -anj>1*'**!������r������t, Tt4*mh.n\m~*.fiA 3 mot-tins  before used Cuticura and after using  2 oaken of Soap and 1 box of Ointment -wan completely healed.  From nigned statement of Miaa  Gladys Meabel, R.ft.3,Bru8S/**la,Ont.  Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Talcum  promote   and  maintain skin  purity, skin com/on and skin health  often -when all else fails.  8������*W 31k, Ointment, IS anil V~e.  Sold  MNnCtttlcur* Maw afcerrae without mag.  W.   N,   JJ.   UCA  RRDCROSS  SCBtfSS >W    SSBBMBWSV.   m~^-Wm\W-~~~^ ^t^^^^^r    HWO* ^Bfc ^^Lmmmmtm^  *~       W^t^triP'' mf^^~-mm\m-mr  In Peace-or in War���������The one Universal Emblem of Sacred  /      Motherhoods watching over Mankind*.  Counting neither cost nor Sacrifice.  Measuring only Service and Devotion.  BN time of peace, all over civilization, the Red Cross, drawn  by great need, has consecrated itself to the task of active,  vigilant,  comprehensive  servicef'&o. these   high   ideals:  THE IMPROVEMENT OF HEALTH**  x      THE   PREVENTION   OF   DISEASE.  THE MITIGATION OF SUFFERING THROUGHOUT  THE WORLD.  In Manitoba, in Saskatchewan, and h~\ Alberta, the Red Cross has under-  taken broad and effective programmes that will not only lead io these  ends, but will in their progress and accomplishment make our communities better places to live in, brighten our lives, improve pur material  welfare, and help weld all the people of our prairies into a brotherhood  of common sympathies.  And so also in afc the other Provinces jof our Dominion,, and in every land  ���������sai#clime that knows the<'cpt^Q^1b^^%^������^^^fL .lj:1 p,-?-yi:;- vy.y. -^   UNIVERSAL  MEMBERSHIP   ENROLMENT  f * .   ���������   . ������*  Western Canada Dates, June 5-It  Red Cross is not asking that you pour gifts of money into her lap at  this time���������excepting only a nominal membership fee of One Dollar;  but it proposes to lay before the citizens of the west its programme  and its peace policies, point out the need for its helping hand, and ask  every man, woman, and child during that week to subscribe to its creed,  enlist in its ranks; to join the Red Cross, enroll his or her name, and  become a member of the Society. .  ���������,***���������*  And this is a/so a call to every citizen who can and. will, to give  their service to the organization, to assist in the wopk of person-,  ally extending to every individual the opportunity and privilege  of this membership,    i '   ���������  *  Notify your Local Branch or advise your Provincial Headquarters:  Recommendation is Made that Riders  of the Plain* Should Now' Travel  By Sky Route.  If plans now projected work out,  the old idea of rVd-coatcd riders of  the plains dashing ovcr thc crests of  hills on horseback, or mushing along  over thc lone trails with huskies and  sleds is due for a revision. Instead,  en jhc not far distant future thc  inounted, police arc due to arrive at  outside posts by airplane, thereby being enabled to carry thu "white mau'a  law" to the natives in thc farthest  north, covering in a few hours their  pairolft which now take as many days.  In the report of thc commissioner  of thc Royal Canadian Mounted  Police, tabled in the housc by Hon. J.  A. Cakkr, Commissioner Perry says a  request has boon made to thc air  board to share in an air service to  Fort Norman from Peace River next  hummer. "The force," says Commissioner Perry, "has placed at thc disposal of thc board suitable quartern at  Peace River and storage and accommodation at all posts down thc Mackenzie,  "1   antigpritf*-  an*"������!x������cn*sion   of  this  service    io   other points in tin* north'  wjst trrriiorif'i, which arc    very    re  mot', and difficult of ;w;cr,*;'h"-  All    fish    mtin-y    birds  have  their  beak.i sightly mrvrd at    the   rh-il    lo  pre"!!/���������fnl  thili*  prey  <.\\\i\ \nrr away.  ~ JnJUbertu:  BRIO. GEN. H. P. McDONALD  O'SuUivan Block, CALGARY.  Cxmpaiin Director  In Saskatchewan: ���������  W. P. KERR,  Northern Crown Building, REGINA  CompniAn Director  In Manitoba:  O. J. SEALS,  Bed Cross Headquarters, WINNIPEG  Ctsmpoiin Director  'V  r,  Minrttd'rt Lini-  Via /������.  A Titanic Egg  tt&a Wonderful ttarbal fcalnc 2-9 H~x  fiBffteff& stria til-Maes. sete-aUtte&gsag,  World Happenings  B"%    ���������   ��������� eI* '*��������� ���������  *T"     ! ���������������������������  Briejiy Tola  Ottawa Hen Breaks Record Set Up  T-rt     m^nwmtyr*ex7 ^mm-at    \-PjmwwXmmrm  The heroic efforts of a Westboro.  Out., hen to produce a. titanic egg  have .eclipsed the Kansas and. Regina  hens recently heard from. '-Recently,  this hen, a White Leghorn, laid an  egg which' weighed slightly over a  .quarter of a pound and was eight and  a half inches long and six and a half  inches in narrow circumference. Both  weight  and   dimensions    break    the  ! 0. ~ i* "-"���������*. ������ - ,  -record made* /by. the Regina hen,  whose.product was on the wrong side  of a quarter of a pound by an eighth,  the narrow circumference being'only  'six. inches.  -J-im  Jt.     M.-*>  turesqtte Gowa  For Bridesmaid  NERVOUS PEOPLE  WEED A TONIC  : Italy has de'eided to electrify 5,000  miles-of railways. -  Chicago ^police ��������� wiii be equipped  with 'wireless -telephone apparatus.  Several minor earthquakes have occurred in Southeastern China.*    ,,,,*   i/  R; R. Mainland, well known barrt3-;  ter of Vancouver, B.C., is~dead.  ���������   During March, ���������25,694 men were^re-  called in Detroit shops;* and, factories.  The New York "Dry ��������� Scjuatf'   wUl  ^ confiscate automobile^carrying' liquor  in future.      '  Thc Toronto branch of the Canadian Authors* Assbciatipn have held  : their initial meeting.  :!  Advances made by Canada-to Great  Britain up to the time of' the armistice, totalled $949,638,368.16. N  Average density of the population  in the United States is35.S* persons a  ~ square mile  of  land area,} compared  with 30.9 in 1910,  California fruits and nuts, with the  exception of oranges, lemons and  cherries, showed less production ia  1920 than in 1919.  At the-old rate of exchange, cost of  \meager   living   a   year in Russia has  ^'mounted   to   $460,000,,  according   to  Lloyd's bank report.  Thc bed that does the cackling  may not have laid the egg, U.S. government farm experts assert. They  advise farmers to use trap nests to  pin the cackler down to facts in the  way of eggs.  Ontario Great War Veterans are-,  opposing the burial of .an unknown  Canadian soldier, on the grounds that  the Dominions were represented in.  thc ceremony which took place at  Wcsf&inster Abbey-  e  /-���������  Dr. WilHama9 Pink Pills Enrich the  ?   Bloody Thus Increasing Your     :  ,      ' Nervous Energy;  Nervous ...people who have-not yet  developed a disease that-can be recognized and treated by. the medicall  profession, often have great, trouble  in finding relief. Irritation, headache, *���������..* sleeplessness, nervous head-  don. All these discomforts make life  miserable, but are endure'd rather than  run a doctor's bill.      ^f', A      P.  , Such sufferers should* know the danger of such a condition, which, if alio wed-to persist;"'may. result in a nervous'breakdown; | ^Inj this   condition  what is needed is rich, red blood.     As  a tonic'for the blood and nerves. Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills have been used  with much success.     They . have ; ra.  direct    action - on    the    blood,���������  and  through it carry to. the nerves the "elements heeded to restore their normal  function, at the same time improving  the general health.   The benefits that  follow the use of Dr Williams' Pink  Pills is'shown^ by  the case of. Mrs.  Norman    Setfried,    West    Montrose,  Oht., who says: "It would be/hard for  me Jo overstate the benefit I have derived from the use of Dr. Williams'  Pink  Pills.     ! Before !  began   taking  the    pills    I was very nervous, weak  and run down.     I could hardly do my  housework, and as there is    a    great  deal.of work' to do about a home on  a farm, I felt very much discouraged.  One day while reading a newspaper I  saw    an_   advertisement of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and decided to" give  them   a   trial     I   could'notice, beneficial effects after taking a box of the  p$ls������"ffcpiildsag-s^ d-tsAtiy&brk with  ease, was no longer weak or nervous,  slept well at night, and awoke in the  morning feeling well and strong.'    I  am   happy    to    say that the pills so  greatly benefitted me."  Dr. Williams' PmVPills are sold  by all dealers in .medicine or will be  sent by mail on receipt of SO^cents a  box or $2.50 for six boxes by writing  The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  Miei^       itiiore^thaf  ^MGri^aiMS  WMhmm  txsei  ���������le^othL^^rands  i;'?Pm\spC-ax^  GO N TAIN S N" O A LU MV  fis^^  Creator of "Raffles" Dies.  Word has been received of the  death on March 22 of E. W. Hornutig,  the popular English novelist and  short story writer, better known as  the creator o������"Rafiles," the amateur  cracksman. -  By Marie Belmont.  At present there is a decided tendency toward the period when the billowy skirt held sway. This mode is  cleverly interpreted in the bridesmaid's dress of- blue radium silk. I ts  bouffant folds are elaborated with  cart-wheels of exquisit*^ lace. , The  petticoats W tulle and Wgandle are  outlined and elaborated with much  lace. This, tooT is set in several row*  about the little net tucker that gives*  such a pleasing line to the decollet-  age. . The puffed sleeves are made  entirely of lace, while the,.formal bouquet of pink rosebuds is enriched with  ribbon streamers. Bright .green,  rose, periwinkle and honeysuckle are  their colors.  Th  e  only  ft  t&ZQV  mat  tpnarpens  tself!  **Cc*.A in  +-sa*  T-nxaxA99  Calgary florae Show  Large Number of Entries Contributed  to Success of Event,  A total of eight hundred and fifty*  four head of horses were entered in  the horse show in Calgary. They included seventy-nine Clydesdales,  twenty-three Percherons.^eight Shires,  fourteen Belgians, 'three Suffolk  Punch* .sixty-nine agricultural and  heavy draft, eighteen hackneys, seventeen thoroughbred, seventeen standard bred, nine light grade foals*, seventeen roadsters, . one hundred and  twenty-one carriage, seven-combination, fourteen delivery, thirteen ponies,    registered,    thirty-three    ponies  is aa acute attack ot Nasal-'Catarrh. Peer*  sons who are subject to' frequent "colds tn tbe  head"v-witt. ftijd that*xthe use ot HALL'S'  CATARRH MEDICINE will build up the;  System, cleanse: the Blood and render theiu'  less liable^ to��������� colds. ..Repeated attacks of.  Acute Catarrh nay lead! to Chronic Catarrh      I  HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is takes ���������  Internally, and acts through the Blood on the*  Mucous ; Surfaces spf the System.  All Druggists 7St    Testimonials frees.*  .': 100.-00 for any case of catarrh that HALL'S  $100.00 for any -case of catarrh that  HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE trlU not  cure.  F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio.  B.C. Forest Eirea  THE Valet Auto Strop embodies (ts  own  stropping device.. > 'A good  leather strop is part o������ ~hs OUtfie  and the razor does the reat  Because   it   strops   itself,   the   Valec  Auto  Strop Razor* la  the * only.-safety  jraror ttiav proVides a" fceea-edged-bladsl  "tor every shave.  The   Valet   Auto "Strop  Razor* does ���������;  not   need   to   be   taken   apart   to   be  dropped or cleaned. v  The Valet Auto Strop Razor makes  one blade do*the work of a doseo.  Razor, Strop -and 12 Blades fa  assortment "o������ cases fS.OO the aetg  other sets up to $16.50.  ^utcyStrop Razor  ^^gns itself  S'ldip  -^    Decrease In Tuberculosis.  *m  Death's from tuberculosis in Eng>-  land and Wales are decreasing rapidly The figure as* given by the ministry of health, are 46,312 ia 1919,  against 58,073 in 1918.  Mmard'a   Liniment  wHere  for   Sale Everjr-  MONEY ORDERS  Send  a   Dominion   Exptesss   Money    Or dot.  Five dollars costs three cents.  "Write The Fruit Lands Exchange  Grand Forks, B.C., Cor Mixed Farms.*  AGENTS WANTED i BLISS N ATI VS  HERBS ts a remedy tor tho relief-ot Constipation, Indigestion, Biliousness; Rheums,  tism. Kidney Troubles. it ts well-knowa.  harms been extensively advertised, since it  'was first manufactured in 1888. by dtstribu*  tion of targe quantities of Aimanacs; Coote  Books.' Health Books, etc., which- are furnish,  ed. to agents free of charge. -The remedies  are sold at a pries that allows agents te  double their money Write Atonzo O Bits*  Medical Co.. 124 St "Paul-Street East. Moa.  real. Canada.      Mention this paper  THS  IJOES this  illustration picture your experience ?  What is moro distressing'  than being1 unable to sleep?  Sleeplessness  is' ono  of the  first and mdsjb certain " symp-*  toms of exhausted nerves.  This !������ th������ warninff that you need  the atwlatanco ot. Dr. Chaoe'a Nerv*  Food to r������stpr,e fyljjror. to, the nerve  Colls and thereby avoid ths development of oorious nervous trouble.  By improving- the QUAlity of th*  blood and tfulldlnc tip the nervous  ���������ystem this well-known restoraUv*  brlnirs new eitorjry and strifofth t~  the whole body.  ~~ coats a bor, . for ���������a.TO, all d-flleri, or  Hduanaon, Bateg it 0.,t Ltd., Toronto.  Neryefooci zy  pure-bred or gradef, thirty-three polo   fa   '      rcgu,ts  During Last Year 390.000 Acrea of  Timber -Were Burned.  Statistics compiled by the forest;  branch of the Provincial Government  shoV that during last year 390,000;  acres^of timber were burned in British Columbia This represents a loss  of 236.000.000 feet, valued at $299,000.  The damage to young growth is estimated at $186,000, or a total of $4S5,-  000, as compared with $393,000 in 191&  Of the season's fires 345, or 2*8 per  cent, were caught and extinguished  before thcy had reached a quarter of  an acre in size, and 39-1, or 31 per  cent., were extinguished before.they  had reached ten acres. Wireless  telephones were tried out with satis-  A--*.- ,  :A~*^mZlj^9f<3~0^i~\j\  HESSECY  PURIFIES     THE     BX.OOD     AND  BUILDS UP THE SYSTEM.  Will aid the following coastim-Hos-  al diseases; Weak Stomach., Bilious-  ness. Sick Re&dabhcs.; Ladigestion. Gastritis, Loss of Appetite, Constipation,  Liver and Kidney Trouble, Rheums-  tistra,.: Eceenia. Skis Disease: and  Fenisis Weakniisi. Price $1.00 at  yctif loc������t! Drw'ffLst or Cro-d  iTHS D. D. D. D. REMEDY CO*  ^        Phoenix Blocfe, Winnipeg.  Auto Strop   Safety Razor  Co,, Limited .   -     Xoronto  Canaries Will Sin*  Canaries will sins if regularly ten  on Brock's Bird Seed. Askjrow  dealer. Broclc's Boole on Birds.  228 pases, 25c post paid. FREE  Sample of Brock's Bird-Treat or  teauest. NICtlOISON & BROCK  73 Market Streset" :  Toronto. Ont.  .���������������������������i^&L'- Z ry _jj  ��������� ��������� i i i ���������. i ��������� ���������.,..������,,������.������������������������ *~t *^ ���������*��������� *^  aiJTil-'vSit  te  91     rijiJ  ponies, sixty-three*children's classes*,  one hundred and    sixty-five .saddle,  one hundred and thirty-one hunters  and jumpers. ..'.-      ���������   ,  How Kronstadt Wa| Captured.  How the offensive developed Is generally known. Trotzky's Jirst* attack  was a failure, but he adopted other  methods. ���������: By means of;,sham "attacks  hc allowed part of liis troops.to run  over to the cnetnyr and when night  time came he launched liis main attack, during which the defenders were  attacked from behind by the sham de-  aerteral���������New York Trtbtme.t "I  ��������� * ���������> ..���������������',������������������ ���������       ,,������������������- -.--...* ;��������������������������� ;���������   ...     ... -,m      I  Costly Bolsho Prdpoganda,  According to information from Bol-  sficvik official sources the Moscow  Government spends ^about 2,000,000  marks In gold monthly* on its propaganda in Germany. The expenses for  propaganda In England,-where about  1,000 Bolshevist agents are working,  amount to 24,000 pounds sterling  monthly.  Miuard'o Liniment For Dandra^  The.Hand of Fellowship.  After all, it would indeed be a barren victory if the co-operation of  Great Britain and the United States  in arms were to be followed by estrangement and veiled hostility. Fortunately all the signs point to the der  'velopment of a cordial spirit of comradeship between' the two nations,  notwithstanding the flomewhat formidable list of problems which confronts them and the. mallgnint efforts  of certain people to use that list for  ignoble purp'oaet of, division and  strife.���������London Morning Poit  Small Tire* That Give Big Mileag  %0  e  * Toy Factory at Coast. ,-.  The manufacture of toys, from British Columbia materials, wlll^be commenced In Vancouver shortly by ft  company which was recently incorporated with a half million dollar*  capital, Xt ti the Intention of the  company to confine manufacture to  toys* and doll houses. -   ._  W������      *���������������      mtt      tmii  The owner of a small car gets the same quality in DOMINION 30 x 3 tf  Tires as does tho owner o! a big, heavy car who must buy large size tires.  All DOMINION TIRES aro built to on* ftandard, regaurdleia of ake.  Quality and workmanship are consistently maintained, so thi* every car  owner will get the utmost in mileage, servico and ������at������sfa<5Hon, no matter ,  what size of Urea he buys. "  There aro DOMINION TIRES for evwry car and every purpose,  DOMINION INNER TUBES to Insure perfectly balanced ttiesy  and DOMINION TIRE ACCESSORIES to .complete tout irepnir Mt.  m  \Tht\y arm aoltf by tht b~������t <f������ol������r* ffom comt to ~oa~t. ,  DOMINION TIRES  ARE GOQD TIRES  not  gb^oj  \  / \~~~-  SSSSBSSSSSESSSS~-~~^SSBSSSSSSS!SSSS^^^^I  ���������tSm  IBE. CBSSTPV BKVIEW  THE CHESTGH REVIEW  Issued every Frid&yat Oreston, B.C..  Subscription- 3S9.60ayeai- in advance*  83.00 to'IJ.S, points.  C; R- Hayes, Editor and Owner.   p-sf-su _   CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, APR. 22  Bordeaux Mixture  It is just as well for those who  intend to use modified Bordeaux for  spraying against scab this spring to  be familiar with the essential points  in its manufacture. To quote Prof  Lockhead of Macdonald College,  Que.:    "The stricture and compos-  v ~i -  ition of Bordeaux mixture has been  recently ascertained. It consists of  colloidal membranes, composed of a  complex mixture of basiccoppersul-  phate, enclosing a solution of calcium sulphate holding lime particles in suspension. The fungicidal  proper-ties depend on the number  and size of the colloidal membranes  and to the lime particles. The  smaller the membranes, the more  effective does the mixture cover tbe  sprayed surface. \. When evaporation ������f-water^beenrs the minute  membranes dry -downr and attach  themselves firmly to the surface.  Then,the copper it the membranes  is slowly dissolved when the leaves  ���������*       ��������� i    i    i    i " T -   ���������   ----- - ��������� ���������   Painting  Papering  Kalsomining  JAS. ADLARD  become moist, and either kills or  inhibits the germinating spaces  whipb lodge in -the leaf. Moreover,  it is believed that, the lime particles  are s!so fungicidal. - It will be seen,  therefore, that the quality of the  Bordeaux depends upon the method  of preparation. The minute membranes will never be formed when  concentrated solutions of copper  sulphate and milk of^ lime are  brought together. On- the other  hand they will be formed when vigorous stirring takes place, when the  dilute solutions are brought together."  " In practice-you can dissolve the  bluestone in a barrel, say 20 pounds  in 20 gallons of water, and keep as  a concentrated solution. When  wanted dip out one gallon which  wiii contain one pound of bluestone  or as many more as is needed, and  make up to twenty gallons of water in spray tank. Dissolve Mm~  &l-*i  of a Child Welfare Council, though  in some places these councils have  Heen   **W.***ro������lr������n<������ tr**. manxr *w*f������fltr8,  *" ed       -  *-���������        mm-x. ��������� ,/ ���������      ��������� --       ���������  The work they are doing and  that we aii should heip in is to heip  to conberve child, life, beginning he-  fore the birthvof the child by advice  and help to thev-~mother, aud *con-  tinuing through the pre-school age  and during school life by means pf  cg operation with the authorities tn  matters-of school hygiene and* inspection, and children needing  special care and ��������� training, helping  to find homes for ^homeless children  and generally, to improve the health  and strength and wellbeing of both  mothers and children?  This, subject of Child Welfare is,  since the war, Interesting every nation, for the -loss of man power has  been so enormous, not oniy through"  actual  lighting, but  also through  r \ m  epidesnies.        It 'was  found   that  amongst'  Canadian   recruits   one-  ilKel^ib  m*5, A' f~M- ~\a& B _  g^m-il .7%. 9 5^3 mJi  B~\t&Sx\  All branches of this- Bank are in a position to..  give the most comprehensive Banking service.  Government and ^Municipal  Securities are  dealt  Collections made on all points in Canada or  overseas*,  ~C3  ������������ CANADA  CRESTON BRANCH,  C. W. ALLEN,  'BHHHIBHHBa  M-uMger.  make ^jp to twenty gallons inJ third were beiow.rpar,  and in most  CRESTON  High in ByiiGriat 2hq frans  Tooercnisn-fesied Gows  Commencing April 1st will; deliver  to all customers in the evening.   .  7 Quarts or 14 Pints for $1.00,  another container, start engine to  agitate bluestone and run lime  through strainer in the tank.'  Don't leave any in tank over night,  it won't keep floculant without agitation. Rinse out cylinders and  nozzles with water when through  for the day as residue corrodes metal parts readily.  Arsenate of lead * can be used  with Bordeaux safely, one pound of  powdei4 to forty gallons of water,  having an excess of lime it insures  against burning. It is more efficient when used alone with tbe addition of, two pounds of lime to the  barrel. Modified Bordeaux as re-  crmmended consists of three pounds  of bluestone, seven pounds of fresh  stone lime, to forty gallons of water  for the delayed dormant ..spray.  For the pink spray two pounds of  bluest$ne^?::;sera of   fresh  lime and forty gallons of water.  For the. caiiyx spray, one pound ."of  soluble sulphur, three- pounds of  fresh' stdne*lime, ^rid2|^^ty'gallons  1.4* ft**** \X7'������������*r.T������ T -r\rr~���������f rtl������  3.11    *,������.&������?      W  ~*Vy    ~m~-.~-tmfm~rm.a.9m   -ma-rn,  -     *f-     ���������>' ^"^  the Time SLiort  MOUNTAIN VIEW RANCH  WALTER V. JACKSON  BREAD���������The finest product of  the oven;   in either White,  Brown, or the popular Currant Loaf.  CAKES,   Cookies,    Doughnuts  Swiss Roll  PORK PIES fresh made every  Wednesday and Saturday.  Wedding and   Birthday Cakes  made to order.  A full line of Chocolates and  Candies carried in stock.  Our goods have always pleased  others; we feel sure you will  find them satisfactory.  GIVE US A CALL  BERT NORRIS  PostofficeBlk. CRESTON  cases tnis could have been prevented in childhood. - We want to try  and conserve this man power. The  mortality uuder one year is very  great in British,Columbia,, and this  too, must be, prevented as far as  possible.������  Women are interested in--this,  they cannot help being, and they  must help. How this work is to be  carried out in detail is what we  tried to plan at the conference, and  what the board -of** health to assist  in. We were with Dr. Young���������  there were eight of us besides Mrs.  MacLachlan���������from   10 am: till 10  trv*m, on thfi   TiVi*rJft.v   nt-rtnnius ' QSllv  .  K*      "~~~~.""���������     -*-**-"���������-������������������.      -m0-jmm*mm*jmtf ~m ��������� -r J*** f*������ a-tt ��������� *������)    ..     -~ ���������* +&���������  for meais, and on Saturday morn-  ning from nine o'clock till lunch  time, afid we passed some important resolutions.   ?s" v  One'of these.,was urging the es-.  tablishmeut of siniable wards for  psycho-pathio treatment apart from  the provincial hbspital at "MNew  Westminister: Z^'!Att**$: ''that   these  Y"~ "Our banking can be -done by mail  if it is inconvenient for vou to com*  to Gm%z office. --  Xte&osits will be acknowledged ������r remit*  fences made to you promptly* m  THE CANADIAN BANK  if%T?   ~t**~t*\*~-. M\~. '& ������? T%x.    _.  ur vA^ivuviJunt.vjCi  PAID-UP CAPITAL  RESERVE FUND  $15,000,000  $15,000,060  CRESTON BRANCH, C G. Bennett, Manager.  of wat&iv , 'Z^iOZich M)\'k<~ weeks Tat-  er, or bluster sta^e^bne pound of  bluestone, seven pounds _jof fresh  stone lime, arid forty gallons of  water: '���������    -"Z'"-[^lP:P        - .'C.B.T.  Tr  are  Paper by MRS. J. W. HAMILTON, to  Cr.$ton VoUty Women's Institute.  ������������������ - ������������������; ������������������...������������������-.- ���������������������������������������������<���������     ..���������-rrjii:*.0~   -^-.\f..--r-���������~*^xj-    ������?���������������������������.*������.���������"������  wai-ds may receive   other>���������;mental  -. ��������� (v..s.t,.,v,.^.* --mrmr-i^t y&.-'pAPtK  cases for   bbservatibii " and  ���������..Wit*.  treat-.  rPrSmtmlfm-ru Q������|Opia|@  We ate opening a crate of the above in Clover  Leaf and- Plain [Wbite, which we have  iust received from England:',. * 1  J If  CLOVER-LEAF ..   .  5*,.. jfC^ps and^SajioerSjfp^r doz���������vjXJT���������;.v....":54:25    "  As some of you know I was invited by Dr. Young, on behalf of  the board of health, to attend a  Child Welfare conference at Vic-  toria on March Ilth. The object  of the conference was to plan with  Dr. Young, or rather to discuss  with him his plan for a Child Welfare campaign throughout British  Columbia.  In October last a National Child  Welfare Council .was formed, and  now a provincial council is under  consideration, and the first thing  to be. done is the formation of local  councils. Dr. Young'sidea is to es  tablish these through the Women's  Institute, getting them to act as a  nucleus and to ask for representatives from other organizations.  Now this was how we formed our  Public Health committee, at his  suggestion, and that committee  has taken the place in  this district  QUARTERLY MEETING  The Quarterly Meeting of the Shareholders of  Creston Fruit Growers Union, Ltd., will be held in  Mercantile Hall, FEIBAY, APRIL 22nd, at 2 p.m.  An addrcHH will be given by Mr. C. E. Barnes,  President of the B.C. Fruit Growers Association, on  the New Provincial Co-Operative Movement.  ment.', ^ Another -^$ked the government Jjo provide > a "Child Welfare  and public health; exhibit to be  shown at fall fairs^ and throughout  the province,.. 'JZ third, asked the  department of education to appoint  a teacher of health if or the Normal  Schools who will?* be a graduate  hurse with university qualifications  in public health &brk.       *_  On Saturday afternoon we were  taken out' in three- motor card to  see the new health centre of Saan-  ich, which is nearly completed. It  is a charming place, ideal for a  small hospital, apd is equipped for  a small dental clinio, has an operating room and children's sleeping  porch or playroom, besides nurses  bedrooms and dining room. It was  erected as a municipality.  Dr. Young told us that the reason they were appealing to the  Women's Institute-to take up this  Child Welfare work was the experience gained by them during the  war in organizing and so on had  been very great and valuable, and  should now bo made iise"of in work  ing for some specific object suoh as  this. ,       ,  The details of the work need not  begone into now, but oan be rough  ly divided into pre natal and tiohool  work. The point is, how ore we  going to do our share in our partio  ular district? Is ifc to be taken np  by the Women's Institute or by the  Publio Health Committee? We  havo started it hero by introducing  a Public Health Nurse, whose duty  it in to look after Child Welfare,  and who is doing valuable work in  that oomiaolioi,, but a committee ie  needed to take up the woi-k as well  as help hor, avid share some of the  responsibility.  ������������������ ���������������������������������������>���������. .i  CttrdofThanke  *4  .'a*  * 64nch.'Plates,!peirtd6fer  8-inch  '9-inc)i_ .,.....,,,.  '. 9-inoh Son p Plates, .per doz---  '   '���������-.   Baker's, 7 inch, each ���������.---.  , Baker's, 8-inch, each ....  2.50.  +ZZZZ:3$&Z   0.0-4.00?  Z..^.... 4.50-  ......:.:.. 4:00  ������������������ 50c/  - 75o:  vmmrP  Bowls at-40c,50ci55o.  -  Sugar Bowls, $1.00  Jugs, 50c, 6O0, 65o.  *   PLAIN WHITE-  Cups and Saucers, per doz ..iil...i....;~..-.$3.50  6-inch Plates, per doz������~-���������*i...~:Jr....~.,.������.^~/ 2.10  7-inch      ;;     Z[       .���������..���������............... 2.75-  8-inoh ' *��������� * . . .- ...a.a.ap.000^..^. 3.25  9-inch '��������� .0...~....00-0j..0~.............. 3.50  Baker's and Scallops,-50 and 75c.  Cereals, 20c. each.  50 sets Aluminum, 3 pieces to *et-  Special���������$2.00'pierae*     ^  GLASS CHURNS, $3.7S, $4.50  ~N  Creston Mercantile Company  LIMITED  H. Iahoc, fiimlly and rfluUves take  thiw rtppfn*tt������nl������,y of ffirpwMinInf; thoir  deep Appreciation of tho many kind-  niiNftfM 0nd wympwthy Bhown them by  Sirdar and Cweton Valloy friends in  thoir reconl borenyemnnt.  We can  supply  Portland  Ceniei^t  or  FIXING UP  7    ���������-'  C5S  Lumber  all sizes and  grades.  Canyon City L-jmber Compan*  LIMITED  IHHHl ������s������  THIS CXUE8TOK 'REVIEW  _J4������  Ss-v,  ���������II  'LP  The i Stilly Small Voice  T  o~ f   za  00jr  * .  Arm.  ��������� a? wx-str *-A*trxr0,ei*0**&T  M-M3HS~*x-l-IJLr~\*-t1.  If knowledge is power, and wisdom great gain;   -.  And ignorance dark as the night clouds that Tain;  - To nife eoftiea the ouestion 1 should answer-today?'-   -  Should I^walk wisdom's path, or ignorance way.  I sov? sitSj^ down and Duazieaa'y brains   ~-  <���������   r -v-,- "  Whieh of thfrtwo will make the best man?/   -  ... ��������� f  _^And thus I'm confronted with deeds that are plain,   _  Which snows this" to meZj niiistpull the right' i-ein.  I Bitinmy:study. where.the wafts-are all bare, -  With scarcely a book, or a chart anywhere;  - To weigh in the balance and thus here decide  Which of the two shall be ray life's S'Aide..  I aro told there's a science calledj&natomy '  Which specially treats of such qubje-Cts as me.-     ��������� ^  There'is one organ in** man; science calls ifr-the brain,  Where millions of cells that are plastic remain.  Which cells take impressions,, we bete must confess,  Tha.t live on through life to the day of<oneVdfeath.  .There's the knowledge we gain an life's early day;  Will impact light to our path,, or 'twill darJEetr^Ut- wa y.  We are told, now and then" by the greatest of-men-  There are-many-compartments in what is called brain;  For the bralin" Wfts iutended for' a^Tupose. you 'know; '   '"  Where sparkling clear fountains of knowledge should flow.  "   Its functioning, then, to perfection can't be brought\  Withoufothfer aids: Conscience, ooul, gpit*|i( Thought.  For the one to the other is a mirror, you Ktiow,  Which pictures to us why, and the^ray we-should grow.   -  Conscience, soul, spirit, thought, you will not need togucts;  The" unseen in man���������his great wireless���������  Where mortal and immortal do thus eoimiuinicate ������  With angels and spirits who are not apostate. y  ' And this is their vision, not hard to explain;  They surpass many functions performed by the brain. * ;  For tbe brain may say Yes, while the -conscience says N���������������*;-.  My spirit and.80ul cannot thus with you go. -      *    *-"  ��������� Yoii play tfioie'vile "cards, and the indecent dance.  Which pierce tfaetcdnsciehce and soul n& a lanoe*..  You practice, you loye them, from them cannot flee,  And thus a fond servant of idolatry.  There's a custpm evolved that needs some redress?-  'Tis that of the way some' ladle* do drees.' / ���������-_  With parts of-the body so exposed to the breezes-  Caused by a short crop of, jjJde.n's fig leaves., ,   ,  And thue here and ther&'a^p)d chill is sent _,  Which causes-disease, for which wajatnent. '  --  The white plauge,of our land, like a storm-tossed waye,-  Carri$s minions of thoughtless to miniature graves**  It's a sin and a"eoriow combined into one         '    ���������**"  Which maltes such victims wish they never were born.  A. snare to themselves; ji burden to al J,'    '"'-' - '  For listening not to wisdrntn-Vf^tr call.  Have a motive in life; fetJthat motive be pnre;������  When others"shall'fail, ycju~shaH endure.  You wilt not pay the price of folly ari'd lust,'           ' _____  But will receive your rewawTNvith the just.  Saints, angels, seraphs - your company .shall he,  And HiilHonsof worishryou cannritnow'jsee  Will fee. part of the, portion to which yo&ll be an- heir ���������-  *-  If you-list to ths^oiee of wisdonnsd f&hv-' =,*---      ~ :   -    ' -4" -   - -   . J: f  (������������������sesis**  9t~w-*&&���������*.  ... sntfVfi  -**.- ������ae������*i|K������i  I  MV~  We Ate Selling  Cheaper Mileage  As Everest tops the mountains in .the  far-off Himalaya. , -���������   u  ���������So Royal Household" patent flour tops  all flours of JLoday.,.^^,   ���������-    -    ������  White as the flaky show;   sweet as  white cloyer honey? ���������*  Buy Canada's choicest   flour   if   you  vvould saye your money.       ,   ���������  The Unknown Grave  Kings of.. England, 5stepping throne-  Mai-ch'across ift'e grave alone;  The grave of just a common -soldier.  ��������� * Him we revere. 'A'Hs Oreat !Jnk  ,v r.vxlvrt  STRAUIBrRev  pi&������T9        ASl������P WK*>tly. kings of England.  Thotitj^oneiMirrdlyoii.fletended  By him beneath jg^s.tO'ie.  500,000 MagooffJ&fidmTd^Bollar' "a���������  $tt pev 1000. Gold-Dollar is an'excelt-  ent first-market* rberry. ,- All plants  guaranteed free from weevil and disease. Strong stock. Play safe; orcjer?  now. QUALITY FRUIT FA8HP,  Chilliwack. B.C. -l  Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 2095  Meets THIRD THURSDAY"of   ���������  each   month    at    Mercantile  Hall.   Visiting brethren [cordially invited, '^pr P'-?J^Z  ERIC OLSON. WM  ,.-itii-'it  Step carefully, kings of England;  ~  Disturb not his last sleep;  A-mother's son liesiqniet,  ; *, And many mothers weep.  ' jS|J������P.P?Hyecfnlly, kings of England,  -''^ha'prityupon your way.  'Tefeat'you-raay always be a man  JJike him, now lifeless clay.  Step slovyly, kings^of Englaud,  Atfd hbhpr-thegreat dead���������  The nameless, doughty warrior  ��������� , From who"* the breath h������������s fled.  iVTen's  Half Soles, $1:25  Women'sHalfSbJes^W);  Guaranteed for 6 months.  ���������~\-- *Z''  Alex, mirabelli  Shoemaker ,>'-r    CRESTON  Uhboyerl   Kingsof,Ei)j?land,  To ^oui'-knees!   before this grave.  For countless such -have fallen  For'ages, kingstossavei  Greston.,  -T.T.T.  R/^NCH PROPERTY FOR SALE  Z8. aeres partly improved, land ad-,  joins school school grounds at Wynndel, Prfrt cash, long terms onbal������nce.  CONRAD WIGEP?, Wynndel, BO.  There was a' full .'turnout of aii tbe  regulars-at the"AprhV meeting of the  Board of Trade oh Tuesday last avhich  was presided oyer^by. President Bevan  with the outstanding features-by the  committee reports,, notably those of  Chairman Speers ori-baeTand bridges,  Chairtnsta Gaj-land on municipilization  and Chairman Cotiatable-on Kootenay  Flats drainage.' -   *--'-,V  Mi*. Speers had   definite  assurance  that $35,000   would, Joe available   for  roadb, trails and sidewalks in the Kaslo riding of which atteast 50 per cent,  wonld be spent "at tife'Creston end, and  thil'clid not include a'grant of*$18,XXM)  for t,he.continuatu>irof the good roads  making .west through tpwn. a** well -hs  another couple of miles   to complete  the peimanent highway to Erickson.  Heavy expenditure-'wottid  be made to'  put the road'bet ween Erickson   and  Kitchener   in. good   shape   for   auto  traffic^ and this work would -st-a&t at  once.      Between Wynndel and Sirdar  a new  stretch of highway would be  built which would giye 'a good road  through to Sirdar and from that point  to Ktiskanook. the naw.road build last,  fall would be.finished up and be ready  for auto traffic by the time the new  wharf is finished next nibnth.-  For the municipal committee Chairman Gailmd detailed the aprogie>s  mnde in getting a complete report on  the advantages of, and plan of campaign to sei-ure, village inunfcipiliza-  tion -for the' townsite, or a slightly  larger area that woufd have an assessed value that' would"'ensure sufficient  funds toopemte.a fiiltfledged yiilage.  He reported;'fiilly onjthe proposed village boundaries and ?by, next meeting  will be able to state procedure for organization and the'powers than the  new Village -Act cfinfer on village  municipalities.     -   _-  For   Reclamation Chairman Constable had a comprehensive statement  which   indicated   that  Arrangements  were now. practically complete for a  joint conference Of engineers from the  U.S. federal and Idaho state authorities, as welt as the-B-C- provincial reclamation department  and at _his request a resolution ^Vas   unanimously  adopted asking thee "minister of-lands  to invite' the ' DV������mtni6h - i-eclaiuatM������n  service to provide an engineer- to protect the fedei-al-' iii^-Srests^-it 'hayfug-  been previoiisly announced" that   the  province would provide %the funds to,  pay,the expenses of both the B.C. and  Dominion officials at such a joint conference.       The correspondence ip 'this  matter indicates thafc'the Idaho people  are very much alive again'on Kootenay Flats drainage and|are bringing al)  possible pressure   on ^Washington   to  secure   actiye    federal     c.o-operatiqn.  Correspondence  froijp   hbih ��������� Victoria  and Ottawa also   inmeaifiss' that   the*  Canadian authorities-ate ���������equally anxious to get on  withisiirh, work, as is  necessary, to ascertain.! whether drainage is feasible or not. and under* such  happy circumstances \~ may  be confidently stated that the,; desired international engineer's conference may be  looked for at an early date.  You may get extraordinary mileage out -  of any one tire���������but that's not the way  to figure mileage.  tdf.4-   i-Vitx    ntr/xm'trfx   r\t .miUopa   "VSri   ViV    *������  -w*~w      m.txr      x���������.xr-xm^x-    x^r       ... ..x-wg,-..     ^x.vrXJ       ^4 J       m  pair o������ tires or a set���������and you wiii get  nearer to thc actual cost of mileage to bc  charged to the upkeep of you* car.  It's just because we've taken the-trouble  to figure values that way, that we recommend Ames Holden/'Auto-Shoes."  We know they pre giving' real mileage over the  worst roads in the country and their "average'*  performance leaves no doubt in our "minds that  Am->s Holden "Auto-Shces" will give you the-  cheapest mileage you can buy. And they are  gu ranteed-without time or mileage limits. Drojs  in and let us show you and tell you about  AMES HOLDEN  -Cord and Fabric Tires It* allJStandard Stem  LA NO REGISTRY A OT  (Section 2*)  Iu  Egos Fob, hatching���������Barred Rocks  $1.50 per sitting.   J. Veness. Creston.  the matter of an undivided half  interest in Sub Lot 3, Block 4, of  Lot,891, Group 1, Map 771,.Kootenay District.  Proof having been filed in my office  af tne loss of Certificate" of Title No.  10055a, to the above mentioned lands  in the-name ot William O. Taylor, and  bearing date the 9th January. 1999, I  hereby give notice of my intention' at  the.expiration of  one calendar month  froth the first -publication" hereof to  issue,to .the said WiUiam O.* Taylor a  fresh Certificate of Title in lieu of such  lost Certificate.    Any person' having  anyinf-twrnation-with reference to.auch  lost Certificate Qf Title isjrequestad to  bomfu/iihibate'!%ith; the^UJidet-slg'ned^.  Dated at'the������Iian<T Registry Office,'  Nelson,. -B.C.,*.this~5t,h.,-day .of April.  A.D. 1821.   -.  E.S. STOKES,'  ���������v   ' District Registrar ofJFitles;  Date of first publication April 15,1921*.  ^   Sgsepsga ������f  ~4T'  lm\-\i let kmsm  ���������SSS*<S-S5  IS  IftwIlWlltln    prlc������  fSaa acre; second-claaa to  WATER  Diversion 'and" Use  m. tft\m������ tt^K-  IW*Wl   t0ma*Sm  Is there any  Meat in the  i\-.  "UM1  is  the first ^ ues-  This  tion that pr<?������e^ ftself.���������  to tho housewife if/an  unexpected visitor drops '  In for a meal.   But why  worry? P^ffr -:*.....,*  Shamrock Brand  Hami and Bacon  Finest Quality  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat .** **  Bologna, dkcZ  are always' to lie Had  here. In meats nothing  quite equals '.Shamrqck^  product*.  :' ��������� ���������','   - ���������  P  & CO., Ltd.  ?/-,  Touring Ca^ti: $889.80  Runabout ...Up >L.;.:  823.72  ��������������������������� 'Tmck.;...��������� ��������� ...^ ,:973.64 p  ,     ; with Lightingand.Staiting.i  Tractor without starter, .$828  Oliver Two-Bottom (12 < Zp'  ' 'or 14 iri.)?PlbW8..^,J..,.;;!j70  Oliver Double "'Drab;.;;..!    185  All the above prices f.o.b. C-ilKai-y.  .'������������������""; rs  Guaranteed Overhauls  If yob consider getting your.  car overhauled-���������any make���������-  or any, repairs, we nave, mechanics that can c}o( it, and we  guarantee the work,,  ^Ve have several, good buys  in second-hand cars. Call  and see them,  AUTO  &  R, S, BEVAH, Prop.  Kitchener  Too late for last week.  Mr., and Mrs-, BaketViWjbo hn ve been  residents of Kitchener for some tinoet  left Tuesday for their home ut Winni-  fred, Altu.' '".".'  H.  A. McKowan  was  a visitor tit  OtCHtonon Tuesday.      .  ������������������-,���������-������ .. ��������� '     ... ��������� .-.���������/.>. p       ���������    ....  Mrs.  Gniland* ������ndf her. sistei', Miss  Irvine of Crehton, crtllediji) Mrs. G. A.  Hunt between trains on Satjirday.  Thefriends of Omar G^roux-wiU regret.jt.Oe learn that' ho Is seriously ill  with pneumonia.        ,      i'  G. A. Hunt'was a visitor'at Oreston  op Tuesday. ,* ���������- u>.-. ���������  G. Hendren of Crouton 1>j������s returned  to Kitchener to oomplet6 Wo bnildlnKS  of the Kitchoner Timber G6tupiiny.  :.;' .  ���������    . , ' ���������  '      ���������''....,*���������.'.. ,���������������'"���������' "  Mi. and Mrs, Eppatcl and daughter  arrived in Kitchener last week and intend to spend tho sn ni trim* here.'  ... Victor Geroux was calldd'Koine last  u>eek on account of the serious illness  of his brotheK-      .        .   .������ ��������������� '  The ro^lsaiie In very good'condltlon  at present, andrtho Bash efe'DoorCo.  expect to begin work at am early date.  jbr. Hende'i'tion of Creston iias niailo  several visits to KitcheneHn tho past  week, attending Omar G������|Mni*.  ( Prank SLhplea has closed hisrcontvact  hein, and is.moving hla mill to Erick>  von. Z- ���������** ���������     -  Take , notice that. R." AJ.Z Chambers,  whose address is EricksonV. B.C," will  apply for a license to takeT'and Use 1.3  acre feet of..,water out of Camp Run  Creek, also, known a8( Association  Creek, which flows westerlysandidrjiins  into Goat River about; half'mile, sooth  of .Goat Riyer bridge. - The water will,  be diverted from ths,stream at a pqint  about 1?,rods north from the southeast corner arid about '95-feet,wesfc,  and will be used for irrigation in conr  nection with License No. 1300 upon  the land described as Block 147 of Lot  812, Map 780c of Rodgers Subdivision.  This notice was posted oh the ground  on tho 21st day of March, 192L; A copy  of this notice and an application pursuant thereto, and to the Water Act.  19H, will be filed in thc office of the  Water Recorder at Nelson. Objections to -fche, application may be tiled  with the said water recortier, or with  the Comptroller of Water Rights,  Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C..  within fifty days after the first appearance of this notice in a loqal newspaper. The date of the*first publication of this notice is March 25,1921.  R. J. CHAMBERS, Applicant.  We have a full line of the best  known Flower and Vege-   :  :   table Seeds.  Any special line procured on  short notice at catalogue  prices.    x  * ��������� f     .    Give us your order and save  * postage or express charges.  Come and- look over our  f    selections.  ;     * %  Wynndsl      of  flxst-dass  land  reduced to  fB.60 nn -m������������.  Pre-emption *ao*w coDfln-sd to ts~r-  veyefi lands oniy.     \   p   '��������� ���������  Records wiU be-granted-coveiiAB oniy  land suitable for eusrfcxsitural pur^oss^  sad which ie non-timber land.  S,artn*arslsll? prs-s^Eajj'HoEs- pvw>t>c*h^������ -  butt -partles_oivnot 'tnojnTthan four nrty .  \__nttnUe-* for ^.adjaceht 'pre-empttone-  wlUa.ivnit sesi-^enc^rbut each making  nec&BSiT Improvements en respective  claims. -^  Pre-empton most, occupy claims for  uv������. ruts?* ana niBgc Improvements to ���������  .value of $10 per acre, including clear-  faff and cultivation cf et least 5 acres,  .before receiving Crown Grant.  * Where prd-emptor tn occupation not  less than 8 years, and has made proportionate Improvements, he may. because of ill-health, or utiier cauB������, be  granted Intermediate certificate of-lm-  provementand transfer his claim.  Records;, -without- permanent residence may be Issued, provided applicant makes improvements to extent of  9300 per annum and records same each  year.    Failure to make Improvements  - Sr.������recQy|lLSSffle w,u operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained in  leB������j tjuui -;5 years, and improvement  of 11000 per acre, including 5 .acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  of at least %\ years are required.-a^ >  ��������� Pre-emptor   holdln-f   Crown   ijrant  rraay record Another pre-emption, If he"  requires land In conjunction, with* his  farm, without- actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made  and residence maintained on Crown  granted land.  J-?i?urvejre,i*rf,u,������ 5������>t exceeding 20  fcor-a^ j&ay^be leased as horn wit es.  title to bo obtained after fulfllUng rem-  denUal and improvement conditions;  ��������� For grasinf and Industrial purposes  areas   exceeding   -340  atasres   rotiaKb*  ,e^?S? b/ on6 -*xw*~- or company.  ; Mill, factory or lndustrliualtes on  timber land  not  exceeding   40 acres  may be purchMed; oondltfonB Include  ���������'<Wffi"������������nt of stumpage.  h^tl^m-P^LZ1******- inaccessible  by ^?.!lrtlnJ������ roads may be purchased  conaitional upon construction of a road  to them. Rebate of one-hfUf of oostof  road, not exoeedlng half of  price, is made.  PRE. EMPTORS'     FREE  -ACT.  , The M0j  lndud* a  tag with  purchase  ORANT6  xT,  Urns wiuitn whierth^haiffw d������vf������������������  of a deceased pre-emptor msy apSy  e*4Qfri3������B%-J%At,  32S-..S?1* **lvl,<**-I* mlmO made re-;-  troactive. .      ;  emntlons recorded after June J6. 10l������  Txxtm xn Mraltted for rive ytSum,       .  Provision for return of moneys ac-'  'T&^t^S&Jmaatf'S?** *nceejRgust\-\  t, ivi-i, on account of - payments. ?������������������  or taxes on soldiers' pr^Spttons.  .Interest on ggre*raents to purchas������  V>wn or city iota held by merobertiof  AJllcd Foreea. or dependenU, aeauired  direct or indirect, remitted froni en-  llstment to March ll. twSp       m  ���������UE.rURCHAtttJJ 0������ CROWN  Drown grants to* sub-VuShiie??   2f  SHI^^^in^iti/S11^ ,1������ <������n>plet*e  fiK!*hV^toT0!Xto* tvrt-~~~mt-. on fulfillment o* oondnions of purchase. In,  UrMt and tax**.   Where Sub-n^iS-  SfK^t-m\m~ShmTu.  graslng djstrlcts and ring.  admlnlstratlon   under   Comm ssion-T  Annual graslng pw*mit������ iigued'hu  oansd    owner*.      Bu-^k-o-A-nera   *m*  SI  1  admlnlBtrs-tion   under   Commlssionw    ������  Annual graslng pw*mit������ issusiPihmmmI  '  form Asjocmtions for;vang������i mauag^>  ment.   IVimi. or partially free, pennltw  for MtUers. camper* or trxvxiitrr  us ten head t  up m  i-  SE5  ���������asans  ssse  WJIMWil  -/���������;���������*/.-':  r;m*-W��������� ;RKVTfew;'-���������::| creston^: b. , \;a,-  ifA.- A-SJ#& .JL.jfef..  i^mMT ^���������r&r-ynb*JlmKf   *tw.*wKA*ASv  Good Brofit in Poultry  ���������OpJL���������  Once    a   mother   has used Baby's  i-Own  TaWets*~for,-her little ones she  arid if increased business wil! solve the railway problem) would use nothing else!    The Tablets  give such results that the mother has  words    of    praise    and  In the de\*el������pment of the natural resources of Canada, and the result  ant increase in traffic for the transportation systems of the Dominion, is to  be found the only permanent solution of the problem tiow presented by  the annually recurring, and increasing, deficits in the operation of the National Railways. This was the view expressed in this column last weel*^  and further study of the question oniy serves to confirm and strengthen  that opinion.  It is gratifying to note, too, that the soundness of this suggested solu-  ion is being urged more and more upon the Federal Government and the  people of Canada, Such influential men as Hon. T. A Crerar, President  Beatty of the C.P.R., Sir Frederick Williams Taylor, general manager of  the Bank of Montreal, and other ieaders in Canadian affairs, support this  ��������� view. '���������'"'.'  If in the development of our natural resources lies the solu-tion of--otu*  railway problems  it will likewise-assist to solve other national ^problenjs> of^ taxation and  economics���������then the question presents itself as to which of our many resources attention sht>u?d first be turned as best calculated to quickly respond to well-directed Government and individual effort. Also, in the  light of existing world conditions, which of our resources will make the  strongest appeal to the people of the world?. Again, which of oiir resources, if more fully developed, will react upon and operate to bring about  the development of other resources? '  There can be no two opinions as to the- richest, the most important,  the basic natural resources of this country. It is to be found in the agricultural lands: spread over rhe Dominion from the" Atlantic to."the Pacific.  "Valuable as" are the mines, the forests, the fisheries of Canada, and necessary as they are to the upbuilding of a strong and self-contained nation,  they individually and collectively take second place to agriculture.    ���������  The first essential to the development of the untitled acres of Canada's  fertile agricultural lands ts population-. Without people the, lands must  remain idle and unproductive. Lacking workers on the land, crops e%nnot  .be produced. Unless-oiir unsettled iands are peopled with workers who  will produce, and through their production create traffic for the railways,  all the economies in the world will not result in making those railways  profitable^  - Furthermore, it is only through the placing of pe6ple on the land that [  the necessary demand will be cheated far manufactured products of all  kinds, the demand for which will, in turn, force the development** of our  mineral and timber resources, and thereby create still further traffic foe the  railways and-provide employment for an ever uifcre3,sing body of artizans  and skilled workers in shop and factory.-  Another million of people settled on farms in Canada and producing  wealth from the soil would result in such a volume of produce for export in  the shape of grains and livestock that many of our now unprofitable Hues of  railway would become paying propositions, because for every dollar's wortl>  of produce shipped out, the people on the land would purchase a dollar's  worth of goods to be shipped in. -"  -Yet there are people in this country who are advocating the adoption  of thc most stringent regulations to prevent immigration into Canada.  Nothing could be more shortsighted. All will agree that the bars should  bc kept up against the mentally, morally and physically deficient. Canada  does not want such as these, who are not producers, but who become a  menace and burden to tbe state. J3ut Canada does need and must have a  large increase in immigration of the right type of people if it is to develop  and prosper. .-  The most prosperous period in Canadian history was during thosc years  when immigration was flowing into this country at/an unprecedented rate  and the vacant lands of the Dominion were being brought under cultiva-  . ��������� - - .... .        ....  Uon  Alberta Farmer;  Who.. Kept Record  Shows that'Money Can be Made  Outof this Side Line.  An example of the profits that may  be made wi,th poultry on western  prairie farms is given by W. E. Deck-  ard who/ farms ne^r Bassano, Alta.  On January .is< 1920, he had on his  farm two hundred and fifty-eight  White Leghorn hens. From these  hens they obtained and sold eggs to  the" value of $656.35. They used and  set eggs to the value of $283.90. They  also sold $105,79 worth of chickens  and the value of tlie poultry they used  at table was $14.10.     This makes a  1 Af   ei-,1 YVAA  is ���������vxnpii,Cat������G ana iis processes oiten become  disordered. This brings immediate discomfort  ���������-often severe pain.   Use  ���������n-lwiEr vJi mm Mm  wtal of $1,060.14.     Against, this feed  to the value of $73.99 was bought, and  abou^J>200*ef grain raised on the farm  was given to the hens. Tiie net profit,  therefore, amounted to $786.15���������not a  bad return from\ side line.  The flower of the Mohammedan religion is the violet.  '  THANKF0 MATH������R5l  m a. mix mm. mm������ *mmm       t������vm-t^ ��������������� mmSmmmm.  nothing  but  This valuable preparation has foif years foeea  found to relieve indigestion, biliousness, sick  headache and constipation. .Thousands of  careful folks have learned- to use Beecham*9  Pills, which have proved both corrective and  ^ preventive. Experience has taught them to  always have a box handy. Profit by their  example���������always have Beecham's Hlls  11  %~9mj~.~_- SnL  SOLD EVERYWHERE IN CANADA. DN BOXES. 25^ 50-%  largest Sale of any Medicine in the World  *jnaracter m Tne -.'ate  Features Are Very Frequently a Good  Index to One's "Character.  A command of words andr1f"������acuity  for acquiring languages is denoted by  thankfulness for them.      Among the! eyes that-arc prominent and full' un-  thousands^  of   .mothers    throughout > derneath.      A  Grecian nose denotes  Canada who praise the Tablets is Mrs.  David A. Anderson,    New    Glasgow,  t N.S.,    who    writes:���������"I    have    used  1 Baby's Own Tablets for my children  Coai has been found valueless in  the best porcelain furnaces, the fumes  discoloring the ware.  and from my 'experience 1 would not  be without them. I would -urge  every other mother to keep a box df  the Tablets in the house."     The Tab  DO.t~.Oi    BUB*.  another day w.jk  Etc bine. Bleed-  !*%__;���������        Aa*   Zm+mjml-^mta.-  lag File-*.    2*9  aurgl-eal oper-  . ation rcouired  passive    endurance.       An    acquiline  Dr. Cluwa'ft Ointment wilt relieva-j-ou alonc-s  nose, atid that part of the cWk lying | BUS'S Sffi&inB*T&., *!&$  between the^ nose and the 2heek bone 1^^ ^SmVieW^^11119  riLM  very prominent. Much space' between  the eyebrows and the eye at the outer  corner  denotes  great   love   of  enjoy-  /  lets are a mild but thorough laxative meat.     A square, high, broad fore-  which regulate the bowels and sweet-1 head denotes"laithfulness.  en   the  stomach;  drive  out constipa-| ���������  tion and indigestion; break up colds 1     ah-.*.!.-.',,,!, r ,u ���������     .  and simple fevers and make teething      All things wait for thosc who come  easy. They are sold by medicine deal-  after them,  ers or by'mail at 25 cents a box from  The    Dr.    Williams    Medicine    Co.,  Brockville,. Ont.  Cardston Irrigation Pr-ojed;  Alberta Government Will Irrigate  About Fifteen Thousand Acres.  The Alberta Government consulting engineer^ D.��������� W. Hays, has just  completed an examination on behalf  of the government of the United Irrigation District, which has-been formed for the purpose of irrigating about  fifteen thousand acres of first-class  farm land near Cardston in. Southern  Alberta. -  Mr. Kays, says the project is quite  feasible and is, in fact, the simplest  proposition he has ever met with.  There are no difficulties to surmount  and the construction work can b������ carried out without' any large or expensive machinery. It is. expected that  work on this project will be begun  this summer.  URmaSt  tJ   Night  ** Morr8i������ff  epY&ur-ELy&s  Cloan ��������� C!<s>*e8j- an- 8-S*^e������*Sf&-*** V  Writ* Foe- Fere* E/-������ Can* Soak Hurlet, CowC-Hico-**}***-.  Stok's ���������ofttol Root Cofflpofifil  A -���������������*/������, r~.U~.l~ rtcmlattng  v������'1{j~-~0    a.l A iaUiMa Jn  medicine.  Sold is ihsx. des  sr������M ot ertrennth���������N������.   1, Sii  V*. *~ ^'..-N?- *���������_?* ���������** *���������������������������  Sold by fttl dr-KKsUts, er xrm.  nrepald ~m rtealjH  of prl**-*.  Fcoe������    eo-impblat.       Addr������M3  ths eoox sMEDieiNB eo4  BMOirji, OBT. IfmwxAt WaterJ  Am������nc~w~ Platteac  Dog Retnedieo  BOOK OH  OOQ   DISBASC9  as��������� %-Bvw tm 9~*%-  Uailed    Pra������   t������   *������r  Adirtxt  ~*r  ~hm  A~.-~.  S   CtAV   OI.OVE*  CO.,   iwC.  If0    Wmi   St������t-������tre������t,  New Yop6. U.S A.  For years I have never considered my stock  of household remedies complete unless a bot^  tie of Minard's Liniment was included,      For  burns, bruises, sprains, frostbites or chilblains  Those were the years when, with the incoming ofthese pioneer set- j fcA^SeVe'cJid i*!X heU^r^aTwiK'/e  tiers, our cities, towns and villages grew apace; our railways were busy and! more immediate relief, than to inhale from the  constructing new branch lines as feeders; our    manufacturers    were    con-   bottle through the nasal or-jan.   ,  structing larger factory buildings and employing, many more workers,, and, it ?8ls*9n������^  activity was manucsjrin thc development, of natural resources of all kinds,   proven its value.     A recent experience in re-  With thc falling off in immigration, and with large national obligations  claiming what was supposed to be a lost sec-  incurjed for transportation and other services which were provided to meet   !ion. of a valuable cdws udder has again denr  ., tJ !. e  .1      ���������   n .        r ~.i .,        * onstrated its great worth and prompts me tc  thc  expected  continuaocc  of  the  influx  of new  settlers,   the  slump  came,   recommend it in the highest ternus to all wh(  Then the war put a stop to all immigration for over five years *while at* the   ' "��������� ''  same time it took its toll of millions of hum-an lives.  Thc opportunity again presents itself to secure a tarpfe volume*of immigration to Canada, and immigrants of thc right type, too. Sound national policy demands lha-t full advantage be taken of the opportunity. If  there ever was a time when Canada needed new people to assist in thc development of our great resources, it is now. Immigration should be encouraged, and there should be no trouble in selecting and eliminating the  ���������small percentage of undesirables at the port of embarkation The great  majority of immigrants come to Canada to better their condition, and have  a fairly clear idea in mind of what thoy arc going to do. They should bc  encouraged to come, and a helping hand and all reasonable assistance and a  warm welcome extended on thcir arrival.  Luxurious--  hut JE-GonomiGrQl  Icing  In 2. J. 10.  .and    .-*--:���������'  29-lba tins  A soft and delicate glacfc coating that sticks to  the cake, but not to the plate���������v/ithoiit the  hardness orgranulatiofl that comes from using  sugar alone. Its mellow richness pleases thc  palate. Its economy will surprise you. Grown ,  Brand Syrup ia truly "The Great Sweetener"  for baking, cooking^and candy-making.  THB CANADA STARCH CO., LIMITED, MONTREAL  Crown Brand Syrup  Vho Great Sweetener"  ~ 30  , i  ������sas  to  who  have a herd of cows, large or small li think  I am safe in saying among all the patent  medicines there is none that covers aa larcre  a field Qf usefulness as docs Minard's Liniment A real trueism good for man or beaat.  CHAS. K. ROBBINS,  Chebosue Point, N.3.  Effective Plan to*  Destroy Hoppers  loull Take More Pleasure  in the meal-time drink if,besides its  fine taste.yoaknov it makes for health.  Postum Cereal  is a wholesome and satisfying-  * CEREAL   BEVERAGE  It has a rich, full-bodied flavor,  but contains nothing that can possibly disturb nerves or digestion.  Qgickfy Prepared-Economical  SoU bjr Grocx^rs Everywhere  I  MBSBBKa^  Flame   Throwers   in   France   Meet  Success in Exterminating Locusts.  How thc flame thrower troopss of  thc French army provided large quantities of' frcstily/roastcd meat for the  poultry of thc country and at the, same  time ridded the fields of crop-destroying grasshoppers ai1ti locusts is told  by Dr, L. . Howard, chief entomologist of the U..S. Department of Agriculture, who re cently inspected insect-  fighting methods of that country, The  hoppers were swept info great heapd  by living circles of soldiers and then  exterminated by the flame.  Largest Room in World.  The Union Station, Washington,  U.S.A., boasts what lo said to be tho  largest room in the world, its passenger concourse being 760 feet in length  and large enough to accommodate,an  army of fifty thousand men,  Minard'* Liniment For Burns, Etc*  W.   N.   U.   IM*  -tummxmmmmtt-mm  tf  your   floor*  are hardwood,  Use  Marble-Ite  The Floor  flnUli with ���������  money.bkcb  -juorttnteej, li  wean and wem  and svtnt. It  will not mtr reew  ������cr������tch whit*  ���������n4 It not af"  Uxxtd,.. witt*  Feet That Never  Touch the Floor  A worn floor epotts the look of you* home and  Is Impossible to repair, but if you keep yqur  floow painted, feet cannot touch them. -Let    '  -the paint wear but save the wood.   Save tha  Surface and you Save'all.  SENOUR'S  Floor Paiiat  t* turf to list, (trie* very turd with ������ blah luni* nnel wttl wt  fund ������ presat amouni of lilM ������ar, No skill U required  u-elnt SKNOUR'S FLOOR PAINT.   Anyone*, cm sppl*/  xTl  The reuwlt will (treuty enhance the betuty oi r   ....  much labor will be Mved for thefloon will M vtry <tuy to \tmtsy  clean.  wtlS.  ,... ������d (���������  applf It,  your horn* and  \th4rt U ������tpteht MARTtNvSBNOVAifrtttiaftt  1 tatty turfttt mi /���������** tttry pur pan. Conmli tut  , ntarttl DtaUr Altai, or vmlt us -iieet. Out btaktH  ['Tewrtand Country tt.mti"maMJruwt rtQutH.  yVA. MARTIN-SENOUR Go.  wwwcbw w mSmtm wuwttiein  ������R& MONTREAL XTZSaX  <������l  /  ,w������,i,**,l/*N^������.*W*^"*-*n^i������ tt'f-^ Tt'r'"������������������*���������'-���������".'-������������'  1 *i***i������ , *mf, >*    ���������   ....,..,--.  -,  l������ii1iriiMllMiiIl*iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiil1i'iiiiiMlia  mmmmmmm THE     BEVIE^,     CRESTON,  r-  %<���������  P  1  ii-  OM Fort Ellis apd Sioi  Crossing-tlie  Plains to   Fort Carlton  - - Summer 1875.      )  nm ,.  i    -  - ��������� ��������� , ������������������ ��������� .        ,7T*r. - ,.  By O-GE-MAS-ES CLittle Clerk}.  t (Continued  The,husband of the insulted woman  was *.' particularly v bloodthirsty and  ���������guite' mad with rage.x The young  braves backed him up an d were  searching everywhere for A ��������� ; no  doubt it would n&ve gone hard with  him if his hiding place had been dis-  < Copyrighted J  The players, some eight or ten in  number, sat opposite one another in  a/.large tepee, their laps covered with  Tom-toms were  a colored "blanket;  beatingsgently, louder, then furiously,  while a continued "A,ha, A,ha" song  went on in chorus. The bands were  concealed, then waved in the air, and  covered.      Our interpreter talked un-   finally held rigid when the opponent  til he was hoarse trying to make some  sort of settlement that night; --they  however would not treat. They would  not smoke, but clamored for the  guilty man and threatened to burn the,  fort over our heads. Oi course we  sculd cu nc account surrender, ������*ini to  their far frbnl tender mercies. Next  day, by good luck. Chief Factor McDonald returned sooner than expected and there was a Grand Council  held in the large Indian room of the  fort.^some forty of. the "leading Sioux  being present.  It was a fine sight and quite an education for us youngsters to see this  thin spare Scotchman Walking up and  dawn before the assembled, warriors  and rating theni as if they were a lot  of school boys. I only'remember  the general tenor of his remarks  which were chiefly delivered through  an interpreter, though at times he  would break into broken Sioux interspersed with Gaelic and Crce.    i'*.;���������  Tbe speech follows: (    .  "Did you never play the fool yourselves when full of fire water?. The  woman is not hurt. What is all  this fuss about? You wait until my  back is Wned and then rush, in here  at- night trying to scarce everybody."  Shaking his first at them, "1 tell you,  Sioux, if__y_ou, are not more civil 1 will  report you to the Queen's Red Coat  Soldiers at Fort Pelly. You cannot  go back across the line as the Big.  Knives are waiting for you there. The}  Sioux nation, will "be wiped ou|J--.like  this" (clapping his hands together)^  and so on in much the same strain.  McDonald was right. The Mounted Police were being organized at  Fort Pelly that summer and the very  fact of their red coats (whose numbers of course were very much exaggerated) had. created a tremendous  impression amongst all the Indian  tribes.  After a long pow-wow, the damage  to. the Sioux husband's injured feedings ^was compensated ,J)y a substantial payment, which amount,.was duly  oharged to thc--guilty clerk's account,  while he was smuggled out of the  fort and sent--back to his post with  orders to stay there. Poor sinner,  the, company put up with his failings  for some years and then dismissed  him, and from that his course was  downward.  A peculiar incident took place with  the Sioux a little later on. A small  band of Crees had come in- from thc  plains and camped on the west side  . of the fori' <the Sioux were on the  east). They were welLsupplied with  buffalo robes, dried ^mcat^and pemican, also lots of ponies, This was  very attractive to the Sioux who were  as poor aa thc Crees.were well off.  They finally made frioindly overtures^  to the Crees1, which were accepted,  and then challenged them to a great  gamble, which was promptly taken  -up. 1 had never watched any Indian  gambling so wsrs very, much interested and had young McKay explain thc  procedure, which wa3 simply a matter of guessing right as to which hand  held the button or whatever was used.  made his choice. /The stakes were all  piled up in plain siglit. I specially  noted an elderly blind Ssioux sitting  behind their players. He. they constantly referred to when big stakes  wer,e;.. up    and invariably  won.      So  Saskatchewan  _   i  Utticlal  j  *..*-  X?**?  in to fry their fortunes, the  variably   losers..      Was *. ii  much so, that after playing all night  the Crees were beaten to a finish, losing nearly all their wealth. The fame  of t$e blind Sioux spread far and  wide, arid though many Indiana came  ey were m-  telepathy,  mind reading, or what? Anyway  iwith his prophetic insigbthe revived  the fortunes of the Sioux,* and they  shortly moved camp dnd I .leard no  more of them. '  These Sioux, or Dacotah Indians,  were not a pleasant people. Many  of, both sexes were handsome, but  they nearly all had a hard, fierce expression, and a pleasant face was^a.  rarity. Their tepees were scrupulously clean and tidily kept, and they were  all. very pa&icular about their persona! appearance, ., One could not  forget in dealing with them ihat their  hands were red with much innocent  blood of white people, and wht-n it  came to torturing helpless prisoners  the women^ it was claimed were the J.,  worst offenders. "������������������-.'._  The Grand Yearly Council of the  "Hudson's Bay Company had been sitting at Fort Carlton and wc were ail  anxiously waiting for the return of  Chief Commission Donald A. Smith,  and at: last, h-e^ atid, his. party, driving,  furiously as usual with relays of pontes., aii. along the route making iiom  eighty to./one hundred and tweniy-tive  miles daily, arrived at, Ellis. They  only stayed for dinner, hatded ever  the minutes of council affecting Swan  River to Mr. McDonald, and 't,R*.n  pushed on fo Fort Ga'o,  I was summoned to the offi*  formed that. 1 had been or  council to Fort Simpson on the Mackenzie River, Mr. McDonald, remarking drily, that the temperature up  there would tend, to cool mv 'tropical  blood. His last remark, however,  made me furious. You will leave  your dogs here as they .cannot go in  Revolt in Southern  Russia Is  Spreading  Reported That Don Cossacks  Have   Joined   Anti-Bolsheviki  Leader.  Copenhagen.���������The special correspondent of the Belingske Tidende at  Helsingfors says he^learns that the  ���������peasant revolt in Southern Russia is  spreading like,wildfire. The reports  say the Governments of JTamboy,  Voroneah, Kursk, and Samara, are in,  the hands of lhe rebels and the fall of  Kharkov is imminent.   .������������������'���������".  '''*-'���������  Divisions   eight    and   nine of the  Bolshevik army, sent to the relief  of Kharkov, both were cut off from  their base of operations. The Don  Cossacks* have joined General Anton-  off,  the'a������ti-Bolsheviki leader.  The revolt is said to be extremely  serious for* the Soviet Government,  the districts affected being th.e richest������ in Russia.  W. A. Mather, who is General  Superintendent of the Saskatchewan  District for the Canadian Pacific Railway. Mr. Mather is a resident of  Moose Jaw, "the Divisional Headquarters for Saskatchewan,- "-���������-���������-  May Build Flisi Flon Railway  Manitoba  Government   May  Undertake Work Conditional Upon Immediate Development of Mine  Winnipeg^The Provincial Government isyprepared to extend to the new  owners of >he Fljn-Flon Mine at The  ���������Fas, providing they will    put    up    a  marked cheque for   $1,000,000    as    a  guarantee that the mine will be developed at once, an undertaking that the  railway to the property will be built,  according to Hon.    Edward    Brown,  provincial treasurer.  In    the    meantime, Mr. Brown announced,   the   Government has heard  It Works Wonders!  Oh Colds, Catarrfi^  SroKhifis, WeakrTkoa!  When your throat rattles, your  lungs and7 chest are sore, your throat  is stuffed with cold-i-don't fear consumption���������use Catarrhozone and get  weii.^ it clears the throat, stops  hacking, relieves tight chest and soreness in ,thevbronchial tubes. To char  away Catarrh of the nose nothing  could be better. Catarrhozone \\\  Nature's own remedy���������it heals . an^  soothes���������removes every form of  throat, lung an,d bronchial trouble.  Prescribed by many specialists and  used by thousands -every day. Get  the dollar outfit; it lasts, two months.  Small size, 50c;' trial size, 25c; at all  dealers or the Catarrhozone Co.,  Montreal,  Comet is Sighted  Periodic Comet''vVill Come Near to  the Earth in June.  .   Cambridge,   Mass.   ���������   Winnecke's  Comet,  a  periodic  comet   which   ap-  0eaut ������f Venerable Priest  Father   Dandurand   Maintained   His  Faculties to Very Last.  Winnipeg.���������-Rev.    Father    Damase  Dandurand, O.M.I., who on March 23  last celebrated the 102nd anniversary  of his ',birth, died on Wednesday at St.  Boniface, Man.      He was the oldest.  Catholic   priest   in   the   world,   beings  horn on March 23, 1819 in the village  of La Prairie, Que., of pure French ���������  parentage.  The aged priest has- been an active  worker in the priesthood since the  day.of his ordination nearly 80 years,  ago. He was the first French-Canadian to enter the order of the Ob-  lates of Mary Immaculate, that band  of devoted missionaries who were  practically responsible for all of the  pioneer work of tbe Roman Catholic  Church in the west.  The venerable priest played an important role at Ottawa about 47 years  ago, where he was vicar general of  the then diocese.'  nothing from the new owners as to i proaches the earth at intervals of five  their intention in connection with | years arid fight months, and will come  the proposal to build a railway to j "very near" to the earth in June, a?-  ihe mine. He was, however, of the I cording to the prediction of Dr,  opinion    that    it   was their ^intention j CrQrnelin,   the    English- astronomer,  ibas been sighted by Prof. Barna-rdj of  the Yerkes Observatory, at Williams  to proceed at orice with development  work, with a view to putting the  properties -on a "producing basis.  WIND ON p ST0MAC|  Quickly Relieved      ~*  Select   ^  Laxative Medicitie  With Great Btre  ��������� In debi!ity and weakness, medicine  should    be    mild    and 'far reaching.  Bay, Wis.   ' ~" '      . ,      Many  pills and purgatives    are    too  hard, are drastic "instead of curative.  Excessive .action is always followed  by depression, and .knowing this Dr.  Hamilton d.vised his pills of Mandrake and  Butternut so as to mildly  Foodstuffs for  Vienna Are. Sold tp   increase- liver and kidney activity, so  Gram Barges Looted  It  is  a  good   thing   to know justj  Illicit Dealers. ���������  Vienna���������Wholesale looting of grain  bound from Jugo-Slavia to  has led to more than 100 ar-  as to flush out the system~by tbning  and regulating the bpwils. Thlus do  Dr. Hamilton's Pills'eliminate poisons  from the body, thus do. they restore  clearness to the skin, thus do tn^-y renew healths and strength. To keep  your system in healthy good working  DODDS 'P  KIDNEY^  the boats; and now you c������u> go. Well,   hold necessity   large 35c bottle.s sold  1 loveti-thcsc dogs as a brother, "an,d| everywhere  the dogs., they worshipped me, and toj  be separated from them was a heart' May Negotiate for Naval Reduction,  break, I had referred to this tiain  in a former article. , Part Husky,  part Scotch Stag Hound* in shape i.nd  size, they took after the Scotch father.  Herod, Nero, Hero and Moro, a very  famous train/ and no doubt when I  travelled in company with the chief  factor last winter he had nolfed their  long swinging gait and staying qualities and desired to havc thcin for his  own, I had bougfit these dogs as  pups, reared and trained them, speared fish cnouglj* to feed them in odd  hours, and by hook or crook 1 intended keeping them. . s  (To be continued)  some    green    vegetables    and    some-rests.      According to the newspapers  fruit    that    was    fiot quite;Mpe.H    It   the sailors havcan arrangement with} order, reculate it wiili'Dr   HamiJtrtn'������  brought    on    indigestion - hiccoughs,   nHcJt dealers,     They sound thc siren   J,^^"f ^' ^^^ The cSarX*  nausea and cramps        J   belched  gas;        hdicat<.   what kjnd of carfro thcy   20ne Co., Montreal.  continually.      A  neighbor   urge������d   me-        *"uu,u-   wuai rjhu uj *.<\t^u m-uy >  to use "NeTviMne."     I took it in hot,' carry,, the smuggleis put *pff in boats  sweet ned water and -jot quick relief, j and buy all they want, which is re-  I will nev, again be without this valu-J soid throtigh the left-hand trade at an  able remedy.'      Ncrvilmc is a house-; advance  More    than  50 carloads of foodstuff? arc reported to have been thus  looted. '        "  Unfit to Live���������Must Die  -   Washington.���������The first move in the  prescnt���������Congr*i ss looking to disarma-i '  ment came with thc .introduction by.    /This verdict is tendered a thousand  Senator Borah, Republican, .Idaho, of tinics every week-���������no corn can live, it  his resolutions authorizing the Pr*si-! must pass out, drop off, if Putnam's  dent to open negotiations with Great  Britain and Japan looking to a reduction in future naval bunlding by those  countries and the United Status.  Passports to Belgium.  Ottawa.���������M. Goor, Belgian consul-  general for Canada, has announced  that the formality of Vising passports  has been abolished as a favor to British subjects intending to visit, stay in,  or travel through Belgium. ""  Iflfrd Mersey on Bench.  Loudon.���������Owing  to congestion  in  the  divorce  court,  Lord   Mersey,  at  the  age  of  71, has  returned   to   the  "Itch Cured In 30.Minutes,  Itch, Mange, and all contugioua scratches  on human or animal, cured in JO minute*- by  WoUord'a Sanitary  Lotion.     At Druggim,'  Rheumatism Relieved In 1 to 3 Omys.  South American Rueumatic. Jlemed-y is n  woneJeriul medicine in the treatment ol avute  or inllariiniatory rheumatism, chronic rlieuma-  tiHni, lu ibago, neuenlififl, and all ailmcreta due  to rheumatism It often cures in I to 3  duva.      At druggiats.  Extractor is applied to corns and; hon<ih Lord Mcrsty conducted the  warts. vUse* the old reliable Put-1 .������������������������������������������������������ ���������. ��������� ,��������� tU��������� n>..���������^. ������ A r ���������  nam's" 31 never fails, 25c at all dealers.   m(>u,ne? ,rol������   the  Titanic  and   Em-  tfvi^m^pW M   Wmmmvmi.      ^  White Wyandot������es,in Lead,   .  Brandon, Man.���������A pen of White  Wyandottcs, owned by Mrs. A/' S.  Hart, oi Gladstone^ has taken the lead  in thc Manitoba .egg laying congest  now being conducted'at the expt-ri  mental farm here.  The contest has been running 23  weeks, and in this time thc leading  pen has laid 687 eggs. A pen of the  name kind of birds, owned by George  Thompson,, of Minnedosa, is in second place with 681 'eggs,  m*t*+ammmmmm,,w.0mam,~0mmmatmmmrt  ' .       Hardly Safe in Cork.  Cork,-���������The proclamation against  loitering iu the streets has been ������inelly enforced, Sixty persons were ar-j  nstcd, forty were fined from ten end*"!  lings to five pounds.      Anyone lo^>k-*j  Want Free Lumber,  Albany, N.Y.-^-A resolution to  mcmoralize Congress to remove the  duty on lumber imported from Canada was introduced in the New Yorfc  Legislature. ������k  mi*mtimmmmm*t^m*mmmim*M  Chicago Police   .  - WHJse Wireless  Plant Being Installed on Roof of City  ' Hall.  Chicago.���������Wireless telephones are  to bc usi;d by thc Chicagg police in  their war on crime,  A $12,000 plant is being installed on  thc roof of the city hall for constant  communication with rifle squads, fire  boats, fire engine houses, police stations and patrol wagons.  W.'NT,-G   Keith,   commissioner   of  Appetite Keen  and Bowels  Relieved  You can relish jrourmeulo without toot  of upsetting your liver     .��������� A  or stomach ff you will  e  mm  w. n. v. im  I \WvmW ��������� ���������M���������^ ���������u-li, ^QB  I MW mm W~<m~~~0 W^BSH^^  iug>,o the shop windows'was liable;   ^Jj^m^^gn^^  put your faith ini  Carter's Utile f  Llv������*r  Plll������.  Foul accumu*  lationa that  EOlson the  lood are ex*  press of Ireland disasters.  TOBACCO^HEARL  Every Smoker Read This   I  Tobacco docs not seem to afreet all  alike. Many men enjoy their smoke;  live to a good old agcand apparently  suftW no Hl-cflfects from.thc uac of  the weed.  There are others though, on whose  heart and nervous systcm tobacco,  produces thc most serious results.  It causes palpitation, pain in the  heart, and irregularity of its beat,  make* the hands    tremble,   sets    the'  ������. , v., ,������v , v������. ������������"���������������<"��������� v������ ncrvca on edge, and causes shortness  gas and electricity, who proposed the; of hr^h aenJ (0ss of sleep,  experiment, said that he hoped ulti- To counteract this demoralizing in-  mately io have ever> . policeman t Auence on the heart and nerves there  equipped with "caving apparoius, I !������ J������ J������^fe *������ ������J������a' Miiburn's  which weighs only a few ounces and ( Tney makc thc b,a'rl brat $irong.  can be concealed under, his clothing, j and steady, restore tone and vigor to  th* nerves, and remove all the evil re-  A World of Reptiles,  Aberdeen, Scotland.���������The world  may be ruled by a race of biped reptiles in 1,000,000 years or so, according to J. A, Thompson, professor of  Natural History In* Aberdeen University. The eollard tizard.of New Zealand, he explained in an addrea-yia  alre-ady learning to become a hincd,  and if it masters this secret of mau's  to attest,  fiiu*APiU~-Sm������llDo**~~Sm*U*������rfc������  | supremacy, thc r������.st may follow.  salts caused by thc tobacco.  Mr. D. McKillop, Coxhcath. N S���������*  writes:���������I was using too much tobacco, and got so I could not s) ep at  night, my hands used to tremble  something awful, and 1 suffered ivr-  rible from pains in my heart, I told  a friend about it, and he advised me  to get your Miiburn's Heart and  Nerve Pills, I took two boxe������ and  they gave great satisfaction.'*  Price 50c a boat at all deafer* or  m;������il������ d direct on receipt of price by  The T. Milburn Co., limited* Tof*  onto* Ont.  ���������������.  mm IHE  CBESTON  BEVIEW  Local and Personal  iealthy  Fob Sale���������Tomato plants, h  stock.   R. Stewart, Creston.  Wanted���������To buy or rent, sewing  machine.   Mrs, Jensen, Frickson.  Mrs. H. Venus left on Tuesday on a  short holiday yisit with friends at  Vancouver.  Mrs. P. G. and Miss Amy Ebbutt  ate visitors with Nelson friends a few  days this week.  Miss Selma Anderson of the tele*  phone central, is a visitor with Nelson  friends this week.  Commence your breakfast with  grapefruit, 15c. each at Manuel's,  opposite Sevan's garage:  Stan. Hendt-en, who has been spending a couple of months ai Vancouyer,  returned on' Wednesday.  Miss A. Doyle of the  C<1 1 ,    1?������������������J4.  OUrtpHCB   1'IUIU  ��������� y ' Company, Ltd., staff, is .spending the  week with her parents at Nelson.  , Seed Beans���������Quanty of white beans  suitable for seed for sale, 15c. pound.  .Dssng Barney, Pacific RestJ&rani.  Cow Fob Saxe���������Milch cow, due to  freshen June 15, $80. Apply Bert  Norris, Creston Bakery, or Wood &  Norris ranch.  Al. Hendren  left the latter part of  the week for Halcyon,   where he ex-  ��������� pects to spend most of the 'summer at  carpenter work.  t2[        IT*        X^SXVxSxr.    00..X-.      nt      0~,rxri*t>     rt^t A    ..ZixlXrx.t  x-l.    -.ml.    v_itXAXAx*   vrvtxo    tx    nccft-cuu   VIOJLUV.*  at Cranbrook, with his sister, Mrs.  Ash, who is a patient in St. Eugene  hospital at present.  Poultry vVanted���������Will pay the  highest cash price for hens; .roosters  also taken. " Dong, Barney, Pacific  Restaurant, next Maw-son's store.  Fob Sale���������Democrat, almost new :  horse, harness and cart; '6 h.p. kerosene engine with magneto, airaost  'new.   Morrow's Blacksmith ;Shop.  V-     it.:   i.r.   .       !lJ"\.      ���������-������������������* .<*-        '*   ' "������������������' '   "  Mr. and Mrs. John Blinco and family got away on Saturday for a couple  of weeks' holiday, which they are  spending with friends at coast points.  Fruit Trees Fob Sals���������A limited  supply of Delicious, Mcintosh. Wealthy and Wagner apples; Birig and  Black Tartarian cherries. W. K.  Brown, Creston.  The musical and social committee-  will be in charge of ahe next meeting  of the Young People's Club, which  will be at the home of Mrs. Garland,  on Friday evening, April 29th.     -  -  Just unloaded, a limited quantity of  sealers, gems. Economy and Mason's,  at prices which will not be duplicated  this season. Now is the time to buy.  Manuel's, opposite Sevan's garage.  The comedy supreme is   what   the  critics    pronounce     "The     Naughty  Bride,"  which appears at the Grand  on Wednesday next,   with an admis  sion of $1.     Curtain at 8.30 prompt.  Egos Fob hatching���������Barred Rocks  $1.50 per sitting.   J. Veness, Creston.  Wanted���������A-man with good heayy  team for bush"work.. Apply Superintendent" Land Settlement Board,  Camp Lister.   V    -Aj  Mrs. Jones of-Kuskanook was a business visitor' Ks^e between trains on  Saturday. She states that the contractors are making good headway on  the new wharf" sit" "that point, and  should have it completed by &the  middle of May,"' The wharf proper is  80x40 feet.  Creston Methodists repeated the sacred cantata, "The Resurrection," at  Canyon City on* Friday night, tt) an-  audien-se that packed the schoolhouse  to fche doors. , After paying the company's travelling Expenses about $27  remains to the good' of the Canyon  church funds. * "**" '"' "  are concerned, until ���������such time as the grees and the , officers -were   warmly.  the house, can be t complimented on tl'ehc proficiency in.  situation looks'as if  operated at a profit.       The crowds attending the regular Wednesday and  Saturday   night shows  the past tw_o"  months    have    been   disappointingly  small. ,   , -x--~     -.  The new rector of Christ .Church,  Re v., J. A. Varley, will .take his. first  services in Creston on Sunday next.;  These will be as follows: . 8 a..m. Holy  Communion;'11 a.m.. Morinng prayer  and Holy Communion; 7.30 p.m..  Evensong. It" is hoped there Will be  splendid congregations both morning  and evening to welcome the new vicar.  To enable members of the- congregation to meet Mr. - and Mrs. Varley  there will be a reception' in the Parish  Hall after eyening service, at which  the ladies will serve refreshments..  conferring tbesfc/ degrees ;by Jbhe",district deputy. At the close "all feat  down to an exceptionally fine banquet  spread which followed by, the -{usual  i-Qund ot -speeehuiaking. In 'every  v^ay the evening was the most notable  *jti the history of local masonry. Creation Lodge now  enjoying   the  largest  membership since its founding.  . .     . -. .  x ili'ti-cS vviSuiilg to ii&������6 tucir  "  Fifteen of the seventeen members of  the intermediate class in nursing were  out for^.last Thursday's session, at  which Miss McLuhan gave a demonstration of bathing and baby clothing.  R. Morrison, manager of the Growers' Sales Agency at Calgarv, Alta.,  was a business visitor here the latter  part of the- week, and was shown over  the Valley by Union manager Loveday.  * Rey. J. Knox Wright, travelling  secretary for the Canadian Bible Society, is due to givi an illust rated lecture in the Presbyterian Church this  (Friday) evening to which all are invited.   Admission is free.  Although the week-end-leather was  right and the roads good'Sunday auto-  mobiling has not reached the proportions of last yeiftr as yet. ..To date  only about 65 of the oyer: 100 car owners in Vallay have taken out licenses.  or Mallandaine hits his 'portable  sawmill in full Operations again, at its  ne!w location back"'_of the Attwood  ranch: In that neighborhood he *'cal-'  euiates he has enonghf^tirisber to^keep  The auction sale ot^ Saturday of the  implements and furniture to close out  the Murdoch- Calleader estate attracted quite a crowd and* Auctioneer Rose  got top prices 4For practically everything offered; 'in some rases a pi ice in  excess of what th-e- same article could  be bought for brand new.  The first thunder of the season was  in evidence oh  Sunday afternoon, although the rain accompanying it was  not   of   any, consequence at  Valley* "  points. Showery weather has pre-  vailed.the early part of the*week, with  a cool dip in the neighborhood of  freezing on Wednesday morning.  " At the April meeting of the school  board on Tuesday- night .the trustees  decided to call a public meeting of tKe  ratepayers within , the next three  weeks for the purpose of diseussingin-  creased, school* accommodation. At  least one new room will have to be  provided "before the fall term opens.  . Beattie-Oatway-i Ltd., enjoyed a remarkably fine juvenile trade on Saturday asarestift of their announcement  that they would give away' ice cream  YfOrie'^ :" Their supply of ice cream was  entirely exhausted almost 'before noon  There W iir be threes ice" cream ' emporr  VJH      UK*  UH,ll>t*3S  how being  before  enrolled on the voters 'list  prepared must register  May 7th. AH 'whose d'atnes have been',  dropped due to their failure td' vote1 at  the last election -'have been notified  that they must re-register. ������������������ As the  new list may be the one used Toi-f the  forthcoming Dominion election all interested should at once see that their  names are not overlooked, r Any postmaster is authorised to act as a local  vote registrar. The Review has also  the necessary  blank forms which  we  ...ill   All   rxv.tr   trrvtf  trvrt.x  1T11I   txxx  VJXXX.  xvjx   V,,u,  The biggest turnout of members aifd  visitors that Creston .Masonic Lodge  has seen in at least seven years waa in  evidence on Wednesday night when  R.W. Bro. S. A. Speers,,p.D.G.Mr  of District No. 8, paid the local lodge  his official visit. Candidate*} were initiated into the  first  and  second de-  " Fob Sam:���������Blemish m������re,r 5 years  old.-weight 1650, price right.r Enquire  Review Office.  Fob" Si^LE���������Limited' quantity ' of  of sUawberry plants, $10 per thousand  Monrad Wigen,- Wypndek  Lumbeb*���������No. 1 and~ 2 Bevel and  Drop Siding reduced in price $1G per  thousand. ' Wynndel -Box Factory.  Wynndel, B.C.-  WANTED���������Live agent in Creston district for-Supreme Watkins Products.  'Watkins goods known everywhere.  Write J. R. Watkiris'Co.,- Winnipeg,  Man:, for full particulars.  hate Hospital  Licensed by Provincial 6o7erninent  Particular attention given all female  troubles. Homelike apartments for  ladies awaiting , accouchment. Best  medical practitioners in attendance.  Write or phone for appointments.  Highest references.        *  Reasonable terms.    - .  Inspection invited.  MRS. MOORE, Matron.  MilOME PRIVATE HOSPITAL  Falls & Bike! Si.   NELSON, B.C.  ..,. Phone 372.     P.O. Box 772  . AiPL-;SSS^S.<..���������  *. rXr.~-^.-^-4s-'LiS^AV  the pla^trunningnntil the end'of the  inms in operation in town this season  year.  Mesdames  OUR OPENING DAY  .   WILIi^BE', :zZ.i  mmimii}~  An ice .cream cone to., each  child calling on us between  11 and 4 p'clock that da^  pnly. A complete line of  Sundaes, Ice Oream Sodas  will be on hand. .; Boys,  , remember the date.   ...������������������- ������������������.,-������������������  Cigars and Cigarettes.  Moore will be hostesses at" a silver te  under,-.Christ   Chiircn ��������� Ladiea'-Guil  Beattie-Oatway  LilHwJ  W.   S.-Watson and   C.  tea  Guild  auspices at the hoiiie pi 'JKErs... Watson  on Satiu-dfiy, Aprir^th 'h;6.m:3 to 5,.  p.m. There"wiir^also be a raffie of a  tifochet cap. *   ' '-"  A couple of Rational trucks were  unloaded here .on*^Saturday for the  Uauyon City Lumber Co., Ltd., and  will be put to wbrli at once on the log  haul. The; coiu^jany now operates a  fleet of five '''motor trucks at log and  lumber hauling.  ���������      *- *.-.'' ' --*mx'  Friday evening. May 6th, is taken  for an "entertainment by the Presbv-  tei-ian Mission Band in Mercantile Hall  It' will ba one <if t he inost unique chil-  ���������dreh's concerts ever staged in town  and'the proceeds will" go to the'CHin-  ���������ftSeFarfiihe Fiihdi  '"  ���������'���������' ''"���������"' v;    :"''':  The B������t)flE. dacce: orchestra which  proved such a favorite at tbe dance  hereon EuaterTuesday, is-giving,another dance in Mercantile Hall, Monday, April 25th. Dancing starts at 9  and the admission is $1. Caterer Norris will serve the lunch, at 35c. per  plate.  .������������������'BJ11,*-      ", I   "iJ" If . ffi.l', , l.l'.V ll,). I. '���������',   II"!*- !��������� ��������� ��������� -.  Fishing Tackle  Thin store ih headquarter*) for men who want a partial or complete  outfit of fishing equipment.  From practical experience we believe we know what will best meet  fche requirements of looal anglers, and can as confidently  recommend our goods both as to serviceability as well as  to cost.    We take special pride in our  TROUT FLIES  ���������'   Coachman      Royal Coachman ~ Brown Hackle  and several other well-known kinds.  FISHING RODS in Telescopic and Jointed  as well as Lancewood Rods.  Fishing Baskets, Reels, Spears  ������P*r*-  Leaders, Lines, Hooks, Fly Books, Trout Spinners  and all the other-.goods required by Ahe fisherman,  MAWSON   BROTHERS  Better Service General Merchants Lower Prices  ;'Fiotir took another drop of. 30 cents  a^hundi-ed -'tbis^yi^Bk, and T< Mv-;*JSd?  iijondson how;qndfesT'Royal^on8.e  a������"^5^fof i^'s.'^^  20c.. and he is ,offei-.itig it at^ $1.80 i*er  . hundredl 'P He- a������svSis~-S :> that * ������*he$ <,has  2000 bushels of Wtsf and ��������� a big supply  of cracked wheat fdlr chickens pn;.or-  der arid due here irr|a few da,ys.  Have yon callouses, corns,- bunions;  sore, fred aching feet; .hot tender  prespiring feet; pains in -the. heels,  ankles and limbs;���������, in- fact any foot  troubles at all? If you have you should  not fail to see Dr. Scholl, the foot ex-  pei'fcrwho will be.^t S. A. Sp.eeii������';Store  on. Friday af tei nooTh "and i all day ��������� Saturday, April 29th and 30th. His services are free to alii"   "  ;.     .,:'   * '    r ��������� . . ' ���������'���������*.*'���������' 'ir ���������������������������������������������- '���������..'������������������'��������� *   -.*'������������������    ���������-  About thirty members were, out for  the April 15th meeting of the Young  People's Club; at the home of Mrs! A.  R: Swiinso'n. THe literary cpi^iniittee  had charge and presented a paper on  .the life and winks of .Sir Walter Scott  by Misses Frances Lyne arid Vivanne  Moore. There Wfere also ������( couple of  contests, the winners iri; the authors'  competition being Mi-k. Garland And  Mr,,Steel. ''��������� " ';': .P."?'������������������--������������������   ���������*.*  The Grand had a capa!city hoiiBe on  Monday night fo.v the film "The Riy-  er's Btjd," whicb ������*an ut'76 nnd 35c. admission. On picture reproductions of  'such well-knowrvbooks as thisCrPston  audiences have always been large,  though other'spgcial showings of equal  merit of lean fariiiliar stories hnye pot  drawn the audiences these pictures  generally warranted. ���������      ,,.,   .      .  Resumption of work on the hard  surfacing of the roads is expected to  commence abotittheepd of the month  Another section of it -will bo laid  weHt through toiyii. after which operations will recommence from .Crawford's hill and Be continued on through  to Erickson yia the upper road. Engineer Hamsay ie hoplpg |6.have Rome  $18,000 for IhlJB work this year- ^ ,.  Rev. J. A; ;Varley, that' ������ew< tje^iljerof  Christ Church,'arrived on Tii*ftpd^>*?to  itsspnie charge of tlkap������it)������h< , Heaod.1,  Mrs. Varley dre guesio of Jflr. -ond^Aft*.  F. H. JackH<>n)^n4i|uj;-blHgetJ)l|>|rhli>  pew lu������me Ip the'it5alderic������ on ^.ClUkS  Moo if runchaquMfffrd away for hoi^e  keeping. The ruembeis of tht������ t*-Al~B  Guild thoughtfully ruiuuuiberfd JMrs.  Varley with a shouer of preserves,  plekles and veg--tables at their pros*  fioctive homo on Saturday afternoon  Inst*.  '-j''^Ar>.-:-'X  vk *:*#,v;*.* .*.; -.?������������������$ j..}&;��������� r-'i-..ij  -~*z.    '  s**^  sJ^lfe WVt' wa������:������ %Ppy ccj-m^hatuMt of style, fi^  :#^P^;*SMi(dl, sei^iceV'inr^yqiir * next jpair ,*��������� of ^hoes>,  >;������&^ '. "yl'Z.  '���������" y.-Qwi^^lftSilfef^h- t^ir w^yi*4nto.';tb^-'tteartB of di������-  tl^s|{iiSa������^rthrau^   sheet, force of saerlt* '"^ Z Z- ? y.yr '���������*  ���������>f>;V''^'-''v*'   "A i.  . ���������  :L,'y  .v '.- i..'-,'     ��������� ' ���������������������������v'-'.'j '-���������������-'--,.    mj     ,   ..  *-~t������r -       ��������� .  .   v ���������"' v.���������**������������������*���������:��������� .   *. *���������  * v *' ���������';  "'  ^^^pci'lbpiit'' these unequalled valii-es we a^mti^'  " WtZ Take a look at our window displayv i>f the  vMyles;";��������� intz+.!mZM0%:   -:-'  -p'-^p  . .;^^-*;;:"L'I'^'������Slf#lf '��������� ���������'������������������-j'^z'ZZ:; p-n  . i .-,,���������,--.. ��������� ������������������     ���������    T.*,   ��������� '*    "*     y'-Z-Z ���������,V'Ji;'.V/,.:-f--r". "���������   ���������  i"'"- .- .  ���������"'-���������* '��������� -"l '    V*   *   ������*' -  ;-:-*..v-ij-'V-   m,      - '   .;'-. ���������-1 ' " ���������:���������   .....���������[....���������'i,.w.--",|..i';  -. .*     --' -.'    *  ���������,/  ' '" |v*rj ^r.j-.rjr-S-:������������������>?.' 0 ���������������,.--.   ' > . i '��������� ��������� ��������� >*.���������': .& * ,*,.:.*-������������������' ���������:.-���������'  TlreA aching feet make ybii inefficient and cause you  much puttering. Come in and let our Foot Expert demonstrate to  r.C  **m  new  '-���������.''���������if. V','  '!','">'������.  *���������'���������,'���������'..   ,*..,'*.   ',.. ���������        " ':..'.--t~'. pi.P?-P '���������"������������������ *...'  ���������^, *������������������*$&** ������������c^Y wh?������ eacJi foot troupe case need*.  Dr. ScAolrs scientific appliances are fitted and adjusted to  your individual foot.   They will correct and relieve you,  ���������Wl^'what; it Ja to have constant foot comfort. Come  a%m mF-Vr^a^amw&t   ^      m^~ ( "_'...  \} ( ,.    Examination and Advice Free  ill day SATURDAY  Half $w FRIDAY  APRIL 29tn  A. S REIJ^S  GlElS3^fe4L  MERCHANT.  Tbu sliowlng nf pictures at the  Otand on Wcdncoday. night will bo  the lat-it until at least early full, the  msnagement haying decided to close  tlw hoiiM-, so far as moving pictures  ������������������'it-  '*-~-  Tire Trouble  ;   ��������� ?, ..   " ��������� -'y<ft*p...' ,z    '���������''���������(  *,.y.  ^!&  A negleotetjl a,tone bjri^^jp bad  ciit ihvariabls^JheituJfca ,  mbwon^'''Aiad^l|^,a-ruin'ecr:.'  .'';":',.tire..Is tbe-'W^tilt..*; .  Let us Have you timo and nnoney  "   by yuloauizing that tire,  We offer you  the b-iMt in  J    uJorkman$hip and tvpplie*  UDQATB BROS.  RHONB &*  m���������  Y  mmm.

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