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Division superintendentHa.il  was a caller here on Saturday when a  number of the ranchers had a satisfactory interview witivluip-rera-rdingtbe  new fencing of ������the,railway Jrighi of  way. - -  Mrs. Birney. who has spent the past  month with frieads at Banff. Alta.%  returned on Frid&y. -   ~  F. 3. Klingensmith has been busy  of late clearing up another five aere&  bis ranch, which he now 'has' ready to  plant to potatoes.  Station agent Bundy is taking a  ���������������<tuple of weeks holidays .at, present,  and is being relfcevetl by Sam Whitta-  k������*r of Cranbrook. _ m  ' . - r  H. S. -McCteeath of Creston had bis  trains at work - here a couple ot dav a  tbis v^eek delivering a car of hay and  a car of fence wiro" to   Lister  for the  -Land Settlement Board,  At their meetings on Saturday and  Tuesday nights orders were placed.by  Erickson and Canyon farmers for  some sixty- boxes of "stumping powder,  which will be shipped in immediately.'  E. E. Cartwright is getting his usu-  ������t fiye acre tract ready for pbtatoe*  again this year, on part of which, he is  trying out tht; genuine X^etted Ggki  variety, the _- seed being - imported -frOUs "the Ok&pagan.  I x ���������f.^J        r '  Miss Audrey1 Orftjgie is   workirigat  -Cre8t������n>^Ws*eTreshe'ls in cbsfge.of Th.*������  soda'fobsit&MSvat/the Beattie-Oatway  ice cream parlor. -    -.v   t    -    __  "At thV^rieeting of the United Farm-"  the ranch of'her son, Jack.;,   .- IS\   , "-*  " ~~\ta. Nds-S-fs, who Sas been living aV  Creston for the past ihree^ !*noa������b.������,*fS'  returning^* Alice Siding thfe* ^eelc to  help out during the- ne*t few bua?  months on the Norris & Woochrancb.l  v.  rl?  smB-amft.  P. W. Wellspi-ihg is having,new  house built on bl8"location on^ection  1. Jim Turnley being -bos������-ear pen ter  on the job. , -.    - .*- -��������� - ~ -  The United Farmers htfve their M&y  uieefln^otk. j&iday night, a feature of  which will.be the a-eporf of the delegates on the EJricks'on Xio Oneration  Association project. J    v      ,-  v-VBtA.  whoserhattery .%aa  serieSf5-o������  hail g&m$m  if, with p^fey,"  ^'prompt,   ^je  itayliiiranj^  -whose  batterr is anfidMciejl *b %.vis and  i  ne!spn,riuiches, as w<������ll as fixing up-tbe,  bridge on tbe ;saxne road, which i������ al-d.  most unsafe for trafficT  We-hear thr.tr Guy Browell hits disposed^ of his Chevrolet car to Mr.'Reynolds' df Creston.  * ������***-.- -���������      '  ,   Work on the Peter* Burns ranch is  considerably speeded up now that tbe  ow'ney   has  purchased a   work   horse  from*Mr. Witherhead. ��������� -   ���������-.  ~ -  There are no less than  program:  23 items^on the  jKMsStXi     \AV\S-~t*im--M:3Z+A-7*~~    "m8w  *���������������������**  ing out^ ftve acres of orchard on* His-  farm here. N " '  - * *? v������*~  =dstgr-Bight -W.'������., Wsltenn.  was seleC'feed.as^jsecijetavx ^to  succeed  xa- ' *%!   _   'L.ix'* -**--*"'-.%-"IZxl^.  -������-;-Cjui'    ���������  " Supt. Sowbury met with'quite-a  nasty accident on Saturday last when  theborse he was riding fell and rolled  over hhn rather badly straining a  couple,of Mr. Rowbury's ribs, though  he managed to get back on the job  again jon/Tnesday...   ,     , ������   Z ir,  ^ The eiotiire stock oft the. Lister !siove  itasbeen'-p?������rchasedJby-,S. ,A. Speeds,  of Creston. who is>putt'ng.a. than here  .tb.gat the' gtock ill shape for a dean.  oui sale which' will stArfc oti Wednes'  daey. May Ilth and close on Saturd&y",  May 14tb. Mr. Speers is adding -considerably &o tbe stock so as to/oe ap.l^  -to oSfe>F His -s-ale customers a full stock  of ������tapl������������goods tojbuy froiii.^'anji a^r,  sm-es'tbat pneea will be shaded to the  limit in order-to make a clean sale of  everything'in the sJa\ts},  ���������T&ni~?~~%~wz3&&aBr         -- -       ���������"& Swedish concert for to-night atv       __   . _.    ,_.  ....  - ^ '^SSuS-l^S^11^^  the 8^oo1house wilifnrnisu enWtain-b,TW#ittle<i Farmeis dance  mhhmMen-*|^^iipri^the melifc in bolh qnaBtity and quality, 1\,r*������������Utei>t. although not -  t������vo teamB.-8nd itmit^BlaBs contest ���������-���������> -*- - -       -       ~ ,-���������_ ^-***** --.  ������h6^d-^8ii!^tr^vi.; z" -     "  Z.:lLtr ^]^hAb^j^^^XBtf willjb*e?.a  bi������ tpruout ^f^"speS^tdre. @>If th^se  mid-week ganigi^^ well attended  tb|y - wifi~ be; ^^^p?^!" weekly *������H  suiniiierv " and ^yp^^jRiy3vi-,eT 6rat-  elass niiftuCtieeAf^^ra -. players. who  _..*' ������*W ������--������.-������       -*- *^-X*!V*-������^Wt*-l  <*     ~~        ���������        -V     r-  w^i *������ ^l^fcea.;feaiBa.ke np. the  teai^thatwilltcr^^bals wfth the  various outside rtinfe%v 54 K proposed!  wVunitg^_50'5Jjri^lgttr this yoar. as  welt" as the ������^gre|^tioi^ Oreston  will i^eiid T'5Stf\'i^S^i-y return"en-  gagemeMt$i wifeh^a|bing,"^luh8: Z   '  Fa 'Ti^nipkins lis starting woi-fcf th|g  week ofi a stiststp. culling ���������yontract on  the-ffr 'Sinclair Smith ranch/ >  "^T.*'J.'"Pendry'rand family moved  over from Creston the latter part of  the week and are occupying the Lo������~  gan place wliieh Mr. Pendry h^S'leased-  0.\3. "Wigen   left on  Sunday   6'ria -  ?business'trip to^Crows ^?est points re- -  turning on Tuesday.  Wynnclel Athletic .Club started its  terih^sWason '-op Snnday. Everyone  ii. th-^place Was there and some real  fast gaiues were., 'participated in, pro-  ceedingsrcbncittding with an escitrng  basketbaIlTgame in'the evening.  on   Sat-1  vpt-y we!  attended," was, quite a success, every- "  body reporting A good time, and the *'  sum of $10 was netted for the'organiz-'  AW   ���������*** . _ ��������� * 1 , *       -*  atton.        .    ,-. *  . The.representative of the *B. Houde  tobacco leonspany-^paid a business visit  here- op Monday, and 'wasquite pleased  at the way his lines of tobacco were  ueiGg lianwlea here.  * * "     w      ������   .������    -****"1  ButterSeld ������z Son "have ju^st complet-,  Creston  ed laying-a new floor Jn the sto^-e. and  generally renoyating'things for theJce^  creajn, business, which  they intend tn,  Geo. Seymour was a Nelson Ivisitor  go into inlbhTe most up-to-date style.  M������re-a,nea,T������������tcer ba^oail-aiona-wifcEE  a* concerU>d etfbrt tft^4%Bvj&4fpi tQev|uu*r  ii>r and int^������^i{i^,L^i*ye^apd,,tpJ  provide mid-we*ek~ga^^^weiyi^s-tjie  S������li^iay.ri-estshes]WUC-^44^oMec*iv**  ofjlthe CJrenfcon^ljia^epjb^H , f$iii&.r^wjateti;  was  rf-orgfinizei^ ������^:; aii   ^catunHgur  gathej-mg.of fa^^ E,t-id&y:rH*|5hti-  'WJf *- "O-     Ct-V-14mm~%tx*~ ^������4we&*r<-^**-������.**ei^>*^C^Jf������-^t������e4'������i  a few days last week. . He has pot  been feeling quite his olel Jtlrije self of  late and consulted a doctor during'his  stay. - '- ^^ -  s-- -'_-   f ������������������  t      ��������� *-       -.    ��������� '    ;��������� _.  Qts Ku FJur^y is- doing, considerable,.  Joe&Stepben^ has- jtisfc- launched .^  ,new������boat. Which will expedite ^travell-  ingjto Canton wheaithehigh,water is  The school children take first honors  this year in gardening  as-; the^. have,  their seedajnanted and ATelLupbefoiej  tbe*rancher& have got -their  seeds i������.  the gsound. >>  land clearing on the,, old  Dan English      _.,-      ^.,.        . "    .  nlace. whiclfhe lat/lv nurcKased ft-om f T*. B-tterfrld has just^urchased^  Mrs. Benney.  heavy work horse from Reed S~ lifath-  er Alice Siding, and the well-knoww  old buckskin is now pensioned off for  good.    I' '    "     -.        i .       *-~        . .'*���������  withibe^SM^^&iPi^iJ  satisfajeto^T'  to*|ip^ito  Uat*r���������  howeyej  reports'frbm canvassers on the <?b-Op  erative Association indicate thatsuflS-  e-ient capital will be forthcomidg, and  $600 is already in to meet preliminary  expenses incorporation will be proceeded wiih at otice.  SS-'tfi-* -imT^mp^ **  o������~.. x^l^ *e ������������ a^^h! l^S^JVIL-^jK -S?  _ ._, :_.^*..m   ���������~.rxU-tet  ^^~.������~.  .nj.fAv ���������,���������! xnuTsoay, w^oere   ne   eype*,5s   hj s^av  bta.i^M.UjM.Cl.11   -ft,vtav4ttxivl      uuniro)!      vv-XXXJ^mx    XXX-       _, , '     .    -, ��������� -~, -~      t .....   -.*.  ^LJ^u^peX.tyeal^tci.get:ioutth.eI?rt>e8nmme,i  Uls w**flili^  ^aYsrhe^rV^rop; his. intern, ^ing, h)��������� M^ f ,h<y^ **<*������* * hoU^  t������*niarke-t the beiries at-Sirdar*.    "   "*      Wvnndel  'Athletic dub-'is oufe^fne  .   -O  ---*���������*       tt.tsTl 1 r,- oi   4,*-,A-t.jj.r"\   -"f^ '.- - i . ... .J-  ���������: .,-i-Zm A   ���������>      -axii.T^,  ��������� *-��������� |as^ ^g (jance 0f t,i,e season on  KlavUth/   This ^;^oub'e'  &  The notable feature to cultivation  effort this year is the urrusually large  area'that is to be planted to.potatoes,  a rough estimate of 'which would indicate' ovfer-100 acres- in the Erickson  district to t>������ cropped to spudn;- Some  of the bigger nnirphy magnates .will  beR. J. [iOng-wtthUacres, Ed*Klingensmith and Frank- Staples with 10  each, while Flank Putnam it ill have'  13 acres alone on -his land acrdss ^ihe  Goat. Giyen an average season clim-  af-iqally this, secttion should have  about 900 tons of| potatoes to market  this fall.   '      ''���������>;: ���������'.. Vv   ' :'Z--  '" ' .';*>:':>  '" \?-'y'  AI8ae Siding  A gopher trapping contest has b^eto  inaugurated ;amop*^t^e^  tending Alice Siding school, ahd p&'/eu  will ,be awai-ded those making the  biggest catch hpfbre-schortl closes next  m'mth;;,;::!;,*;/'* ������������������'���������'.(.��������������������������� *. <>~p-"' : p. -.-'���������  Mm.Bartholomew  l-\st week on a vis  Dr.   ' HenderMon   and th-r?' .dihCflct  i^^g^^aht^'o^aVran^lterer,- :i������3?^*3^ *������?$������ '-ftWa   *^g^^*^iS^^'i^*-j^r^aSffiC lJ������g*������ZZZZ- ^gbejOBei   - /-sue duo noa*������sxo see ev  '~~\ei~?  j as  y^nile^numbet-s, arid in every case ex  cellenfTjndgment was shown in their  selection, while'the variety, of the offerings are" equally commendable. ,Rf-  cit-itions wer*^-well r done by Ronald  Brain* Dorothy and' Fred Weston*  Dor<&P - Butler and Doris and Annie  Yerbnry." Six of the scholars of Miss  Hoi files* room did themselves proud in  a dialogue, the performers , being Mai;-  gt^i-et Chalmers, Hilda Filmer Lucy  ���������Lye,^Agnes Sinclair,--Jack Bird and  Charles Malthouse. ' Another group of  Ave of Miss Holmes' pupils also scored  a success in the miisica) drill. "Red.  White, and Blue," these" being Ernest  Stephens, Frank Alexander; Jack,Jory  Muriel Millington^ and Frances Malt  house. - In theiv. chorus. "Whistle  Your Troubles Away,"|J<>ris Yerberrjr  Jennie s Chalmers,, and "FlojSpiev Evana  were heartily applauded, ������i>s were ibe  songs by the srtjtiie jittle' Mlabes Evans  and Chalmers., 6ri a popular'-yo.te.it is  cerUin;.^;-hp������reryferi ', that, the. .v^i-dict  would b)3 that the tup line fcaliu-e of  the concert was,the trip, ';Thr.ee Lititle  Pig������," by George JudivyVjiv; JPetier JMCc-  Kay, jr*,^^ andi,-J������.hn>^a1th0H^.:r','l^b������.:  applnus^e and duplicate oricoreh that  gt-eeted this afilectioh * leftrib I'ooiii.for  A melrnbership-fef1 of- $1 $xt tho������Q  r������yer 18,". and 50 cents 'to th'e^jwrrior  meiiibers was Axed Jipon, while A. R^,  Swanson was aeiecj^ed.to head the com-.,  tnittee that will have ch'argeof _ the  grounds 1 Jus-year.      ��������� . .    .^."- -  The Rieetirig;was quite outspoken in  its view that'1 he way to popularize  the game was to develop the .younger  talent, as well as to .provide .evening  contestant least onc.nighb dVMweek,  with practices more frequently. ,. This  will not only keep the players ip shape  but will supply ample material and  ensure a certain amount of competi-  tionftn- places tin the teams that will  figure in local contests as well as" in  the' games with onts-ide nines, of  ���������which it Ib planned to have a full supply if pnblc support wari-ahtib it..   y  0ertiT Se^aeSu**' will  be-in " charge of  *tSte Warden's "wotit on'thJs. b'iSao������%he  * * ���������*��������� 1 mm  river agaitrthia season,- ?rr������&���������������������������commenced wot'k on 'Monday/v -For theS-ne*t?  fiyu modths a permit must be>ise<������uredJ  before burning can be done. Z^-n.  Kifchetoei*  Alice SldJng school and offlci-il yltnt  Thursday and Friday laftt.      ;;- :    >  Harrv Reed is Just :nicely able to be  arpnnd again after a rather oerioiis  spoil of tho Hu.        ������������������'���������      ��������� ���������,'-a*?-���������: ��������� Z ���������  :���������-*-.������������������       ������������������   -  ���������-     **;.... , ',  v?-;i .'"**������������������    ������������������  ; Hugh Taylor Is moving into the new  ���������il^ht-mom house he has just hnd/ei������-  ected on hia new rarichvn*earthe former'site of, the Mallandaine mill.'. ' P: ? v  l-Sr. and. Mice*. Slmlstei- were w-eck-  end visitora at Sirdar, making tho trip  .by;'horsq;a,nd Hgj,;"r *'X   '"'���������^���������" "v*       ; -  . Ai������' ������6|pil������':f(|������ t1>^ -.tifjCt^Miry' powder .ar-  rlvit* Frank -l^iwji-s;.*t\iV atiiii't work oh?  hl������ contract c������fwtumplug^no^h*1!!- flvo  iioi-eJN on tl\e -^irfe'risiirifri ranch. *! fi*5,,.,,. ���������''  Alice Siding Vvna Very largely repi-e-  Mttuled at tho (ftmeral of the lata ataco  Mrnlth at Or#"#foii ������mr Friday.^'* We on-  ���������let-htttnd'it i������< Mr*. StulihV intention  id again niertfe* her lionu* ht*i*e, and will  ardiie^^Hh^'Hai-riJ;flrii^^ '^i\b"'iiH'  or.niilVw    *iJ'**������lt*Wl*M ' W������*h^,llV.;tK-n*,.^l'|:Vi1..  health  nm-se.   Mies  McLtihnn,   paid eciiiiij]'yC:^l������'������^  ritdr "ivlfch^a  iiu'noaAHSTo see every.  SssSiisi^^S^Si^iaSsiU, -*Aix,--  ���������JVtt-^rj^-f-**    P.*. -**  (ier������ant'  4H*^jjpa^<*-���������  AJfca^-*  TBe^-  coufi^i utijis-'bc. like tlie'place yery Wellf  "���������- '"   '     " ���������*  'The ^as^bidl-twaai-was. r-ather badly,  beaten by Creston 'team ^ an Sunday^  lafit^ the score being, 17-6 against theni  but,we sure will do better w^ienltbe  teanihas a little more practice.  Sunday May 1st, enticed ' quite a  bunch of the-local fisherman out and  fair.catcheaare reported'. ..    * ���������.  '   For SAiaffl^Limited    quantity   -of  of Btrawberry-planta/JlOpeif'thOiTBand  FOR SALE  ������toh vvi^lW.hefr'.ifehaVe^^nbrttvforin ih  her yij^^aiiliisrir tW' a gieathrinil  >.as;^Wfl$^(Bjr$: (prftpW) ahd John  FlnMc**M  on tholiltlAtVu^ieniaUluotu . Mra. H.  Cln-lAt*iW>eh and Mia. LiBt^rptirroimed  colyed dii|ii, -v^e' the latter wnx ;as  : po^l^#I*.eir,lnliia������l* violin .aoio. ' Af*  fci������- the ftrtnoert a liberal ������������pply of iu������  cream, enke and other refrei������l������nenIs  were pawed ahd the conchidlng, feat-  ure wiwi.^diipwi.^t WHleh'':Jfiw;','Turnley'  -^^���������hi^u^l]^ ,w.������b hi  l-Muii-ge"''"u"' " ---*-���������'���������������������������������- *-"* ^'**'  m\t~~t-t4  Liddicoatt  Gt&%and.' ob;i(|^r^l(lf*^^ Huocesislof  tho ..-cvis^ipg.^^y';' v^ld'*'1nSccd' be  bAsbful wei-e th������y not to lit least claim  the honor of being the toost yel con-  c**rt pw^moU'rii in the camp. *  Canyon City  'Toiti Hickey has taken the contract  of cutting albd skidding logs in sufficient quantities to keep .the . Lister  sawmill in operation.,,and, has, just.  purchiiHed a heavy work teaiii of-John  Huhcroft. ; .   ������������������.'  '_-  ,T. Harris   bus the gnider attitched  ton Cleveland tractor eat, w^'H ������,W the  wju'^^  flne'jobofthe highway ,|n> th^heliKh-  boihopd of the Browell hill.    . .  .-, ���������v-.'.'m1''  '    ���������'* ���������:.'���������*''* ���������'������������������   -a-, ir I. .;*.-i   :ii-f,r-'i','.   *.t  :P vl^i'Uie;JEf*F������ .-.meetim'y on-, ^Bn^rday.,  Wight,^ol.;*l"l8.ter. deliyered,|iii_n^ttd^re,i(������(  oh.tn^^siJhm'fi legislativedqlngsrapd  etronjffly ^d������;oo������ted close>^o-operation  bj^-^l^iLl^* to -see that the goyeiv  ^������iei>^lii!.ipower hP made to , feel that  the farmers had legislative interests  to safeguard and that tlioy Intended  to liave them carefully looked after.  r- i'Viimtii. Putnam has thf plumtef at.  work nn his thirteen aoro lot,, whlcl^  he la planting .to,,polatoau.        ;A    ,,;,,,  Hilton ;Young Is twktng J(i weelt������*  rfat ������tfwiM������nt.     While loading pol������������������  .aopibs-Early Ohio and 200 lbs. Minion Dollar  Dollar seod potatoes at S&jper pound Meojcod.  lbttsh-^ Sarins Eyo.Sa._ iSciuinph Tto Gtoani  and butter prints, |0L    aoneHtnan-aawCtt'7'1  ���������*  "  "-.  GnuiitottSkottl������,  lea and stand, fl. "l "  nearly.now_<*alck-uto gaofllno lamp, jperfoot.  bondfH-Mi,-.fia  filarge -dininff room chun 82.25  ea������h.  Morris obalr, oak, with maimslfa* MiokB  unde? * anns, .* Slot,. 1 nalntoo'e atairway step  ladder, 7-feet, tasa 1 NaB Ktretln Stamp puller, latent patent, wltb doater cable tor ^ra^b,,  sn&so, etc., S10Q.  This nuichlne has only booh '  in nae a abort time.  Every artlclo enamoratod '-  Is In good condition.and are on sole-at the  ranob near Eriokepn. **W- <***���������BUtNEY.  ;   .*������ * ���������      '''*"'*fr*' **..:.*   ..',. - *'���������' '; ''..'"i ���������'- . ���������      ..-   .,  ���������'*.  ���������'-" T * " "'���������  > ' *  J. Vkw  ignited  Farmer* am taking up  'Ehglrifee'r  RAntitty":ito# twife'd'Vit  with  Immediately making t-ftpairs bn road  in tho-iMinify of the Olcuw and Sum-'' garet Little, Beatrice Molander.  -Mr. Paulson returned to _ Kitchener  last week, after an  extended  Btay-at,j Monrad Wigem Wynndel  his home in Spokane. ?  '   1 t , *      .1       . X  "Mr. and Mrs. Little, who,have been  residents of Kitchener for some months  left on Sunday for Lister, ycherS t*hey  intend to make their v home, in .future.  Mr. and Mrs. M. J. UoydofCrestou*  were between train visitors at Kittih-'  eneron.Suffday.'"* *-*������������������ '.AJ-'-.irZp.y.-f- ,*';  Mrs. B.- Priffle of Creston, who until a short tlmn ago was a resident here  i-etimied to Kitchener on Mohdtty.j  Mr. and Mrs. B. Johnson^ left, for  Cranbrook on Tuesday afternoon./J  ��������� " ���������      ��������� ���������-.-.*    ----- **-v-rij*.   ,-..-im(  The Sash -ScDoor Cfl. BawuiillhURre-  bumed cutting after bwihg shut down  for some tihie owing to the bad roads.  \ t ���������. . .*;*-.' *  Mrs. J. Geneat of Cranbr<M>k .was a  yisitor here on* ^'uesday, at the home  of Min.: Hunt. "  Mrs. B. C. WUllaips of N.el*})n"hns  taken the position of a /.cook at, the  McOonnt'll restauruint. . /,->.  Father Besaettu of Cranbrook is a  vlultor In Kitchener this week, and io  haying seryice In the schoolhouse on  Thursday morning.     _.;. . ;������������������  Mr.  Strudwrcky of the  Kitchener  TUubor* Co. was  In   Cresfm  for ,the  weelt-end, the  guest of Mr.  und Mrs  Watson; ,  Mr/ Sutherland of Nelwtm, pi-ovin-  olal boiler Inspector, wa������ an official  visitor )raere on Sunday. -  , Honor rojl for Kitchener*'������������������ school'h������  aiinonricod ^afoVlinvM:;'.' Kdlth Oefoux,-  Allto Molnpder. Virgil, tlraiit, Margaret Little, Befttiico Motdbdoi-,'Margin ei,  Cardiff,' A|ll*obnvd:>,-MoiandeK Thp������e,  making perfect attendaPcV We Edith  Ger.iux. Ellen Andeep,, M|ldre*l An-  docn, Clara Hunt^ Marvin Little, Mar-  m-  Owin^ to a slight decline in  whplesale   prices we havc  decided-'$o give "thef public  the benofit of lower price*  ���������P   'btt-Boraeshofeing:      Z  " l'-    *   !���������. ���������������������'.        ���������   '  RE-SETS, 50c. per shoe.  "'^..     NEW SHOES:  No. 2, $2.75 per horse.  No.3,:$2,85  'Z'"  Nos. 4 and 5, $3,^0 per horefe.  Nob. 6-and 7, $3.40 per horse.  10% discount on all job work.  First-class workmanship  ������������������*��������� ��������� ���������* v-guaranteed^  u:  BIRD & COPP]  Geneml Blacksmiths,  Grady Shop   : :   GBESTON  -jiw ���������'���������  ������   *���������������  %  pimi������������������ mm*.  ZZZZZ^PP  r-4^L,  rmPr.  :'lr5''tj>"^er^;'i*4������i;'^  the- ^review;   COMSi&N;^  >v  .%%  Xke  Swing-ox-the  P@ft-dul.iam  Tae enormous demand for products and goods of all kinds during the'  war, and the consequent rapid rise in prices not only >for such products  and goods but for all materials and labor entering into their production for  pst, created problems in finance and economics which taxed "t'he best brains  in all countries. Phenomenal increases in prices of ail commodities inevitably forced increased wages Raid to workers in order'that they might  he abie to maintain themselves and their families. And increased wages  could have no other effect than to give still another boost to the costs of  production, and, as a natural result, another advance in prices. Another  call for an increase in wages followed, and so the world^travelled in a circle.  With the. conclusion of the war came a sudden cessation In demand  for those articles which were required in enormous quantities during the  .struggle. Coupled with this cessation in demand, was^the return-of mil-  - lions of men. from, thc armies back to civilian life and the necessity ������������ ab-  e orbing- them once again into the industrial and productive work of the  country. Under the conditions It did not take long to make good the  shortage of goods iti practically airlines which had been������created during the  war while the energies of all people were devoted to the making of war materials and equipment.  .Now the world of finance atid business and labor faces thc 2 re  decreased demand and falling prices. Difficult as were the problems  created by unprecedented -demand, shortage of materials and labor, and  steadily rising prices, they were Simple comjfarcd to the difficulties now confronting everybody because of decreased demand, and consequent unemployment, resulting in a lessened buying power by the public and an inevitable fall in prices of commodities. Yet this new and much more difficult  problem must be faced and solved,, and all classes must contribute their fair  share to the solution. Z.Z-"--  The-chief present "difficulty, seems to Ue in the fact that the working-  man remains insistent that the high-scale of wages reached during the war  period of inflation shall be maintained. Those high wages were the outcome  , of unusual conditions, and any Intelligent and observant *persoa must realize that with the passing of those exceptional conditions,, wages, like everything else, must return'to a ndVmal level.  In order to stimulate buying on the part of people generally, there must  be a decrease in prices; If there is not su?h a drop in prices, and, as a  consequence, increased buying, there must inevitably be & curtailment in  production. A dropping off in industrial production means unemployment  for the workers, not merely at prevailing high wages but at any wages at  all.  ��������� Any increase tn-thfenumber of the unemployed means a further low-  rxt  i.u .  i ! _3 _ e -4.1. m t. i   _   _������.iit  i*. ,.r t : ���������������   ms%f  Calgary Offered  'Herd of Buffalo  Dominion   Park's   Department   2������������y  Turn. Oyer From Ten to Twenty  y- ' Z. ��������� Animals. '*��������������� .-"'.  If the (citizens of Calgary will promise to assume responsibility for a herd  of buffalo to be placed on the Sarcee  Reserve for the benefit of the public and visitors generally, the Dominion Park's Department may turn over  from ten to twenty .-animal*. *' But be-'  fore^anything is done by the department,' the citizens must state the  amount of. land they^ are prepared to  fence, the kind of. fencing to he used,  the grazing conditions on the reserve  and the water supply.  'Canadian'Structural  Materials in Demand  esfa-s a saa "Ws^-iF  IHAT DEY COUGH  RONCHITIS  cring of the buying power of 'the people, and a still further increase in unemployment, or a substantial reduction in the hours of employment���������factories running half-time instead of full time. Z ^a other--words, the world is in.  danger of again travelling in an e-conomlc circle, even more vicious* and  containing greater possibilities of disaster than, the one travelled during' the  war years. ...       .- ^ . **     ,.  The unfortunate fact Is that, to atl appalling extent, people today are  being guided in their actions by untried theories instead 'of by the actual  experience of the past. "Workers e^rywhere seera to be demanding tae  settlement of present probims in conomics on a basis which totally disregards fundamental principles which underlie all business and finan.ee/ During the war the pendulum swung to the extreme limit one way, and everybody had to swing with itj it must swing to the other extreme before an  equilibrium is reached, and once again everybody is affected. Not by tha  efforts on any one class alone, but only through the combined efforts and co-  operatioa^of all can a normal level be successfully reached.  One of the fallacies, which, however, finds ready acceptan.ee m some  quarters, is that any given Industry can,:fix its 'owj^ prices, hours of labor,  scale of wages, etc., without having regard to outlier lines of industry. For  example, that railway executives and railway employees can get together  and decide upon vhours of labof and scale of wages, and by setting these  fortji in an agreement ratified and signed by both parties, settle the problem  iso far as they are concerned. But not so. If as the result of the  schedules agreed upon an undue burden is placed on other lines of commercial activity and the public as a whole, then there vwill be such a failing off  In business that thc railway companies will bc sufferers and the necessity! treatment.      Prepared   py  *C       r       j A* .t-        rr   ~. . ~t- ~. t ,*. ��������� i tarrhozon������ Co., Montreal,  be enforced upon them of laying off countless numbers of their employees.  It would be merely a modern application of the old fable of killing1' the  goose that laid the golden egg.  And what would be true in the case cited, would prove equally true in  relation to any other industry. There are other .aspects of this very complex problem, and it Is important at this time that people should not dwell  too much on theories, but face actualities, fundamental principles, and the  concrete lads of the situation.   mir  i i-ii    i   '   "- ���������-2*^���������-~    .....  .i.   ..   ������������������   .i. i. -. i..i ��������� ������������������    . ,. ,--.������������������ ��������� -.  Value o������ This Production Increased  to a New Maximum,  D'Sftng the war, building activity  was reduced to a minimum, and the  total value of the production of cement, clay and quarry products which  had reached a maximum of $30,809,752  in 1913 and fallen to $17,467,186 in  I9l6^increasing to $27,421>5lO in I9i9.  In 1920 the value of this production  had increased to a new maximum of  $38,184,848. While higher prices have  played an important part in this increase of over 39 per cent in value the  actual quantities of cement, brick,  lime and stone produced has been  considerably increase's, la 1920 over  the .1919 -productioH.   -  Elk For London Zoo.     v  r-rst     m* ���������,.���������'*.���������'.*..   P. m  ~*-.m '"    '     Sw*  jiaree eiK were smppea trom Vancouver, B.C., recently, consigned to  tlie , Zoological Gardens, London,  England. ~ *  'RING WEATHER  to  The Canadian spring weather*?���������one  dajr mild and bright; the next raw  and blustery is extremely hard on the  baby. ^Conditions are such that the  mother cannot take the little one o������t  for the fresh .air^so much to he desired. ^ He is contiaJed to the house  which is so often over-heated and  badly' ventilated. He catches cold:  his little stomach and -bowels become  disordered, and the mother soon has  a sick baby to look after. To prevent this an occasional dose'of Baby's  Own Tablets should be given. They  regulate -the stomach and bowels, thus  preventing or banishing colds, simple  fevers, colic^or any other of the many  minor ailments of childhood; The  Tablets are" sold hy medicine-dealers  or by mall at 25 cents a box from  The Dr. Williams' Medicla������ Co.,  Brockville, Ont  g m Belgium  Northern Inland Fisheries.  The Northern Inland Fisheries, have  had a. very successful season, and thc  Alberta Fish Company and the Meinnis Fish Company, together with  the Saskatchewan *. fish companies,  have shipped about two million  poumis of fish The greatest source  of production was Buffalo Lake. More  than 600,000 pounds of the catch was  marketed throughout the west, and a  large quantity shipped fo Chicago for  distribution. ���������?���������  Iron, -according: to Aristolc, was  once extensively employed aa currency,  Wireless for Northern Manitoba.  To put Northern Manitoba Into  direct communication with civilization, Dr, R. C.j Wallace, commissioner  for the north country, has recommended the immediate installation oi!  tweleve wireless stations, costing $55,-  000, tn. the north. Dr. Wallace, stated that there Is already built at the  Pas one big station, and he asks that  another be built at Piqulconl with ten  smaller ones, erected at intermediate  points.  If neglected, it will wealed the  throat and perhaps reach the lungs.  Nothing, -surer to help you quickly  than the healing^oothing'.Arapor of  Catarrhozone. Its action is magical,  every congested spot is healed, irritation is soothed away, phlegm and  secretion, are cleaned out, all symptoms of weak throat, Catarrh, Bronchitis disappears. , Catarrhozone is a  genuine, scientific preparation. Sold!  everywhere in. three sizes, 25c, 50c and  one dollar for a complete two months  ths    G������-  eal,   i _* *  Lumber From ff'eace River,  Arrangements are being made to  ship 37,000,000 feet of .timber from  limits near Sawridgc, on the Edmonton,, Dunyegan and British Columbia  Railway, which penetrates the Peace  River district, to the mills of the  North-Western Lumber Company,  Edmonton,  IN THE LOINS  Som������ 7,473 Belgians JDlerS as Result  o������ Occupation,  According to official figures Just  made public, * 7,473 Belgian civilians  died as th������ -result of trie Germain _ occupation *of their country. Of these  4,939 civilians -wer*-shot -hy- --German  troops ot^ executed by order of the  Germau military authorities, 1,331  died in prison, iu which they \*ere  confined by Germans, and 1,228 died  in the course of-the enforced deportations to German3r and the French  front  Asthma Overcome. The triumph  over asthma has assuredly come, Dr.  J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy has  proved-a positive blessing to the victim of asthmatic attacks. Letters received from many who have tried Jt  form a testimonial which leaves no  room for doubt that here Is a real  remedy. Get It to-day from your  dealer.  Tho smoothest looking ~o~~~ ta  rough and pitted' under tho  microscope. The posvdered mica,  in Imperial Mica Asle Grease .  SHs in this rcugjsness and makes  every rubbing surface smooth.  Grease -can then lubricate properly and will last twice as long  as it ordinarily would.   _  Imperial Mica Axia .Grease ie  the best and most -seGassiScsS  grease you can buy for your  wagons end trucks*   *..*������������������*.  x;    ''���������'''      " '   ���������  Leather Is honeycombed with  porea���������thousands  of them  to  -'.*'- every square  inch. To pr**  vent i the so  tiny open*  Ings from  absorbing  dust, sweat  &B!u moisture ib  use Imperial   H  WS*..0~A.4x U������>.      ���������  BAtlxtvuxm -mmm*������������������     ������������������*  Bess OIL  Et closes up fhe pores of  leather and keeps it strong,.  flexible and new-looking.  It contains no adds and  it will not turn rancid.  Farmers, teamsters and  liverymen usa and recommend it.  Sotd in  Gtmntnlent ats~~  by dealer*  Qvarytrhora.  I IVW>E Rf^VL^������! L LI MI TB I>  ������������Cl  Have you o-  canary? His  singing will  brighten th~  home.  mm  tt4~am-V-t~0m-miUm  "*������fW  -r-  3wai'.'.jp."  New   York ' City has   more than  eleven thousand miles of paved streets  and sidewalks.  (  mmmmmmwmmm  It's, Really Amazing    5  the amount of nourishment j  youll find in a small dish of  Grape =Nuts I  "With cream or good milk added  Sweet with its own sugar,  developed from the grains in  the making, this scurdy blend  of wheat aand maked barley  amtains,in compact form arid  at low cost.the nutritive and  mineral elements needed to  bufld health ������ut strength.  0-m0*i~~--rAm~~^M!-m^  JDriven Out Quickly  That dragging1, wearying sort of  pain makes life a misery to many people. This pain Is due to, a passive inflammation of the adjacent tissue.  Because every drop rubs in, because It  penetrates -so deeply,, Nerviline gives  a wonderful result. More powerful  because five times stronger, more  penetrating because it otrikes  through soft tissue, more healing to  pain, Nerviline Liniment should be al-  waya on hand. Sold .everywhere In  large 35 cent bottles. .  A Protest Long Delayed  Isn't it about time that the stationers manage lo lay in some lead pencils which are-worth buying?' Ever'  eihee the war began we have been  putting up with substitutes for burned matches aad paying from five to  eight cents each for them, too. Now  our patience Is becoming exhausted,  and wc nrc looking format pencil \ylth  thick, &oft lead and one which can  be sharpened without thc lead breaking. We bought two pencils during  the bat -18 hours, and paid six cents  (*..- otie and seven for the other, and  neither of them was worth a darn.  Wc haven't had a good pencil in three  yearn,���������York, Pa., Gazette,  Instruction for Soldiers* Wives.  Five hundred and seventy-six wives  of ex-Canadian soldiers, with thcir  hundred babies and fifty other children, were brought together at Ed-  itionton recently by the Home Branch  of the Soldier Settlement Board for  Instruction in farm and household  subjects. Arrangements, were made  for caring for the babies whilst the  mothers .attended lectures. It Is ex*  pected that before the close of the  winter 3,000 women will have attended these short courses, and more than  1,000 soldiers' wives have already  benefitted by the Instructive classes.  Brock's will keep your bird in good voles  because It will keep him ta good health.  Brocfc'-s Book oa Birds. 25c postage paid.  BTREB sample ot Brock'a Bird Treat  sent on request  NICHOLSON <~~ BROOK  7- MARKET ST., TORONTO. ONT.  OilOn Queen Charlotte Islands.  Increased activity is reported in th������  matter of oil lands in the Queen Charlotte Islands, and It Is understood  that an American concern will shortly commence to develop deposits of  oil shale found on the Islands.   -  Minard's Liniment For Burns,, Etc.  American Buys Farm.  , Either Woodcock, of Joliette, Illinois, has purchased a fully Improved section of farm land near Sperling,  Manitoba. He paid $50,000 for this  .section, which Is tho equivalent to  about $78 per acre, as a section treasures 640 acres'. *  Heart Disease Relieved In 30 Minutes. ���������  Dr. Asntw'o Remedy \for the Heart sire*  perfect relief- in all cases of Organic or  Sympathetic Heart Disease in 30 minutes, and  speedily effects a qure. It is a peerless  remedy for Palpitation, Shortness of Breath,  Smothering Spells, Pain in Left Side, and ������tl  symptoms of a diseased Heart Ono dot*  convinces. .  A favorite dish of the Russians Is  <t soup Into which sour cream Is stirred just before It is served.  GZEMA  ment tor Kor.emn. and  Yon ~x~ not  experiment*  Ing wuea  vou use Dr.  Ohftac's Oint-  Bit In   Irrlttt*  Chase  Every workman In Japan wears on  hii cap an Inscription stating his  business and his employer's name.  Minard's   Liniment  wher-t  fOr      Stlf>   x-vOtJm  tions. It relieves at onco and gradual! ���������*- hfiftis ths skin. Bumple bos !>r.  '������ Oliitmont free It you mention this  paper and oend so. stamp for postnge. GOo. a  box l all (loalors or Kdmanaon, Bates 6. Co.,  Limited, Toronto. ' '  mtltiamtmmmm*mmimmW4i^0m**m*m*mmmm*mm^m*0a*mmmmm^mmm*mm*^m^^*mmm   mo ms y Orders  "���������"' ���������".���������������' '" i" ��������� m  Buy your out ol town supplies with Dominion Express Money Orders. Fi-ft dol*  tars costs three cento,  AMtricrs Ptonstr  Doc Remedies  BOOK OH  DOO   DISBABBS  and-Hew to Vt*~  Ualleil    Fret   to,   a������y  Address -by tlu  _        Author ������������������.,_���������.  *������  C������AY  ������t.OV������R  CO.,   INC.,  ttB   West   AiMtrett,  New York, U.S.A.  Book's Cotton Roof Compound  mtdmA.  ioVd fit Ibi-st Sim  "\ drttftMUk  rsoslpt   OtaJllte-*(  pamphlss.      Addrewi  THt COOK MKOtClNt CO4  mMr������,tRT. {torn*--������*.$  Bol'dTl/ -all dratsui  ���������KaJ������������^-l<*e  i-lslx,  tti. or mh|  o.f.prie*������  m~m~mm  -9*vmm-~  a������  w. m. v. tm piii.eiiw.ei.ij*.*  '-r.'r-r+'.  "V  THE    REVIEW,     CRESTON,    B.     C.  ur  /  as.  ~nisaYit������si  t~    mmmlmT  mn. \    -mf-^l  'jroawanfc-jafdteejja-  r* ~~-thsg ratio* from oar  rasternal" pain.ase Sloan's  Lfoimeat. Itde^-athejob-rifcb**  aatstalalav, rubbiriff, foandas-  inar. -Ueo/ree-4/for rheumatism,  neuralgia-, aches aad pain",  ppralnasnd attaias, back*e?fe*-'  somnnaclea.   '     * >  Made in  "��������� Canada  aswr "vwsr  #140  ^ At  Worid Happenings  ��������� Briefly Told  Italyfs redeemed  bratedtheir formal  great enthusiasm.'  territories cele-  aftnexation with  /  Women Engineers  ��������� W-,      - -   "*  Many Branches of Profession: For  Which Women Are Suitable.  There are many branches of the engineering profession for which women  are .eminently suitable. Proof of this  is to be found in the remarkable, success oX Miss Griff, the first woman to  become an associate member of the  Institute of Automobile Engineers of  Great Britain. Starting: as a motor  engineer^ Miss Griff ultimately acquired, such a knowledge ^oh fighting* installation pumping plants, gas and oil  engines, from machinery, plow.and  tractors, that she was able to establish herself as"a 6uccessful consulting  engineer. Iu England other pioneer  women engineers are engaged in electrical engineering, civil engineering, f  draughtsmanship, patient office "work,  and the mechanical side of X-ray  work, _       ��������� ' '.*���������"'���������  **' mi*       **  if Tormented With Corns  Use Good'Old "Putnaras"  It's really a simple thing to remove  your corns, and without pain, if you  ; apply Putnam's Painless Corn Ex  tractor. It acts like magic, lifts out  the corn, root ^nd branch, leaves the  skin smooth as silkt^ "No failure,with  "Putnam's," 25c everywhere.   . j .  T|ie U���������������F IS '  iie RoM to  Health  MllUWQa**- Vtt' 0* mil v^mit ~  If the |iver is right the whole system  is .better off. Cartee's iLflttlo H~v<a&  Pill* awaken your  sluggish,-dogged  up liver ana re*  hev������ -constipation; atom-ids'  trouble. Inactive bowels,  loss of appetite, sick headache and dizziness.  -You need them.  Purely vegetable  Cost of the British Monarch,  Frock of Cotton  Sir .Algernon West, secretary to  Wm. E. Gladstone" when the latter  was British Prime Minister, has died.  Influenza . in epidemic 'form has  broken out among soldiers belonging  to the United States occupation army  at.Coblenz. v  R. M. Lewis, of tho fourth class  of the Ontario Agricultural College,  has been appointed an agricultural  missionary in the West China University. v '  About 20 per cent, of U.S. school  children are not properly nourished  according to" Mary G.-McCormick,  New York state school supervisor of  nutrition.        "\ '>'.''���������'  .      | - ;.. ,(  - By virtue of the new treaty between Turkey and Russia both parties undertake to recognize no international act relating to one party  which is not recognized by the other.  The case of a man's heart ceasing  to beat for 14 hours and then resuming work is reported from Berne,  Switzerland, where a pastox. of that  city, after being' ^6'ificially 'declared  dead, suddenly awoke. "  Hundreds of medals, decorations  andt citations, intended for American  veterans oji the'war, but undelivered,  are in the hands of. the Adjutant-  General of the U.S. army, who has'  appealqd to 'the American Legion to  assist in finding their owners.  Life wouid not be so complicated  if there were nqt so many self-appointed leaders who don't know  where they are going.*���������Birmingham  Age-Herald.  Travellers aa Canada Says  "Now I am groins to ,lr~ yoti an unsolicited    tesHmoniat,    as    they say  (a the patent  rnjidicine odvertisin-j.      Heretofore I have had  a profound contempt for    patent    medicines,  particularly     oQ-called    limmento.       Perhaps  this is due to  the reason  that  I have  been  blessed with a sturdy constitution, and have  never been ill a day  in my life.      One day  last fall after a hard day's tramp ic the slush  oi Montreal, I developed a severe pain to my  lees and, of course, like a man who has ap-ver  had   anything   wrong  with  hint  physically,,!  complained    rather    boisterously.      Tlie ffood  little .wife says i,"I wilt rub them with some  liniment I hxvo.      Go ahead," E oaid, just to  humor, her.     "Well, in she cornea with a bot-|  tie of MINARD'S    LINIMENT    and    gets?  busy. ,   Believe me the pain disappeared a few!  minutes after, and you can tell the world  IJ  aaid so."  (Sig-aed) FRANK E. TOHNS, Montreal.  'Pairss About  the Heart  ,rr. ..,������������������   ..  ������������������*.      ���������    -\*      *.   4k NY derangement of the  *^ heart's action fa alarming  Frequently pains about the  heart are caused by the formation of gus*. arising from indigestion. ������������������''"���������'���������'���������  'Relief from thin condition ia  obtained by the use of Dr.  t/hase's Kidney-Liver Pilla.  Chronic indigestion yesulta  jfrom sluggish liver action, constipation of the bowel$ and  inactive kidneys;  -vBoouuso Pr, ChixHtsUt Kidtiay-Ltvor  Jpllla ai-ouwo titese organs to activity  thoy aftord letting'relief Cor tndlves-  tion and ovoroom* tho many annoying nymptomw.  ',������.*.. -* '  i~Z~r I ��������� \���������r* | 1C1 k!j> V> k_j  Ki(liRiijl,i\cu!)ilLs  Easy to Get and Safe to Use.  Cold water and Sou? mixed will at  once relieve the pain caused by burns.  Itch Cured In SO Minutes.  Itch,  Man-re,  and all contag-iou* scratches  on human or animal, cured in 30 minutes by  Wolford'a Sanitary Lotion.      At Drug-gists.  Big Steel Plant for Coast.  Establishment of a large steel pl^nt  on the coast probably will be begun  early In the. summer, according to J.  H. Falconer, president of the,British  Columbia Manufacturers' Association.  He'states that five representatives of  the largest steel operators in the  world had looked over the ground and  returned to England to report.  Tha Many-Purpose OiL-JBoth In  the house and stable there are scores  of uses for Dr. Thomas' Eclectrlc Oil.  ��������� Use it for cuts, bruisCS, burns, scalds,  tlie. pains of rheumatism and eclatica,  sore throat and chest. Horses, are  liable very largely to similar ailments  and mishaps as afflict mankind, and  are equally amenable to the healing  Influence of this fine old. remedy  which has made thousands of firm  friends during the' past fifty years.  " Trans-Canada���������" Limited  To Commence May 22  British  Monarchs  Receive  Through  Parliament    Whatever    Amount  Nation Cares to Vote Them.  No country gets its Emperor, King  or President at a more economical  cost than does Grea* Britain, or to  speak more correctly the British Etn- j *  pire. Its monarchs during the centuries had acquired by hereditary  rights, by inter-marriages and by Acts  of Parliament yast fortunes and immense incomes William''..EV.. of his  own free will gave up.all these:rights  and incomes, and accepted instead a  greatly smaller sum to be voted by  Parliament. Queen Victoria, King  Edward and King' George did-the  same, and now receive just what their  people,-, through .'Parliament, care to  vote them. The country recclTca  from the sums ceded very much more  than it pays. So tjrfat the Empire Is  actually making money out ������f Its  Sovereigns.  Wise mothers who know the virtues  pf Mother Graves' Womi Exterminator always have It at hand, because  It proves Its. value. '    .  " --P "  -  ���������-.   <���������'   *���������_���������J ������������������'jS\ -  It la estimated that nine thousand  five hundred acres of forest are being!  cut down every day of the    yeas- to  supply pulp for paper manufacture.  I  Cuticura Shampoos  Mean Healthy Hair  Especially If preceded by touches  of Cutidira Ointment to epot-i of  dandruhy itching and irritation.  This treatment does much to keep  the scalp clean and healthy aad to  promote hair growth.  ;:S������as������2Se.; C&easstZS aa-gSte, Tab-nitS**-. Sold  throughout sheDomlnlon! CanadianDenots  Vraaxt. lix-u-h-. $** St Ful St.. W.. HesSresL  fgpS^CatieavKSosp'abAT'aa ������rln*������*at auu.  Million Fire ItO-h In Alberta.  Complete returns of fires and fira  losses-for the year throughout Alberta  show that 870 fires did damage  amounting to $1,054,191.  CLAD HE TRIED THE  TOMC TREATMENT  Through Its Use Strength and Vigor  PWaa Restored. .  "*������o he tired after exertion is natural. Rest and food restore the body  to normal after such fatigue. But to  be tired, all the time is a symptom of  an anaemic conditionvthat will not be  corrected until the blood is built up.  Such'   an   anaemic condition Is so  have  A Remedy for Earache.���������To  the earache is to endure torture.- The  ear is a delicate organ and few care  to deal with it, considering it work  for a doctor. Dr. Thomas* Eclectric  Oil offers a simple remedy. A few-  drops upon a piece of lint or medicated cotton and placed in the e&r will  do, much-In relieving pain.  The signature" of William Shakespeare written on*-the wall of Hampton  Court Palace, and dated 1606, has  bcen pronounced authentic.  tt at.  f-t-mJt    0���������    4,. tt t  ���������oom in tne neau  gradual In its approach and generally  , .     .    .    /-.._    , ���������-. ,    ZZ ������  \Lrx ir,*.-:...*. j0. r,J....k rx~t~~    xuZx    tx    fm' ~* aa acute attack of K-Sal-Catarrh.      Per������  sty inxoLxxts SciiiiOuta  so lacking/ in actue pains   that   it   is  often difficult to persuade the sufferer to do anything for it.      But It Is  not a condition that corrects itself. If  th.6 blood is* not enriched the trouble  will   increase.      The  nerves  will  be  undernourished   and   neuralgia pains  will follow.      Digestive -disturbances *  often result from thin blood, .sleep is I  disturbed and*, a geaer������(l  breakdown \  may occur.    '  ' -  ���������_   Mr. Wilson Johnson, Nineveh, N.S.,  Cotton homespun is a delightful  shade of green ia the ni-aterlal- chosen  for the fashioning of this attractive  dress for the early days of spring. It  shows the long-wais ted effect that is  so much in style.. The skirt is divided into several panels that partly conceal the straight underskirt. Tnese  -are ornamented with .. openwork  rosettes that are piped with pink taffeta."" The Buster Brd'wn collar Is  set off by a pink silk tie. -Tho sleeves  are long and wide-mouthed. This  feature is accentuated by the slash  that^xtends almost to the elbow. Decorative motifs enhance their appearance.  Jews May Have Mercantile Marine.  It Is possible that la the near fu-,  ture the Jews will possess thelr( own  mercantile marine. The first ship to  fly the blue and white flag of Zion  was the "Hecolutz," which sailed  from-'Jaffa recently. She was owned  and manned by Jews.  COULDN'T DO HOUSEWORK  ^  CBS  w. w.. u. im  Fast Schedule Whichj Haa Proved So  Popular    Will    l\t>   Maintained  This Year.  Tho "Trans-Canada" service will  be Inaugurated on Sunday, May 22nd,  when the summer timetable becomes  cffectlve������jthe,first trains leaving Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver on that  day, / ....  The "Tra^s-Canada" Limited will  be art exclusive sleeping car train  with all steel equipment, which has  been specially designed and built for  this service at the Company's Angus  Shopa, Montreal, and mark the highest degree, of excellence and travel  comfort.f *  The fa'at schedule which proved go  popular with the travelling public last  summer will be -maintained this year.  Tralr-j 13 and 14 "Soo-Paclfic Express," will commence operation between St. Paul and Vancouver effective Sunday, June 5th, This will  make four trains which the Canadian  Pacific will operate to and from the  Coast dally during th������ eumxuer  months.  eons who are subject to frequent "colds m ths  head" will find that the use of HALL'S  CATARRH MEDICINE will build-up the  System, cleanse Jis. Blood and reader thena  leas liable to colds. Repeated attacks of  Acute Catarrh may lead to Chronic Catarrh. *  HALL'S CATARS.H MEDICINE is takea  internally and acts through the Blood on ths  Mucous  Surfaces of the System.'  . All/ Druggists 75c    Testimonials free.  100.00 for an������."case of catarrh that HALL'S  S 100.00 *ior any case of catarrh that  HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will not  -cure,' *     '  if. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.   ,  ^Eagles have been known to fly to a  heiigh't;of 6.000'feet. A lark will rise  to the same height, and so will crows.  As   a   rule.   It   is said, birds do'not  than   1,000  says: "A few years ago my system  was in a badly run down condition.  My nerves seemed; alwaj^s^. on , edger  and I found myself .soV weak that I  could hardly do any work. I suffered  from headaches and   from " pains    in  the back and miderthe shoulders, ahdjfl^t a greater height  was often so sleepless at night that f t.  when morning came I felt as tired as  when "I went to bed. I was taking  medicine all the time, but it was -doing  me no good. Then I read the testimonial of a man whose condition had  been similar to mine, and who strongly recommended Dr., Williams' Pink  Pills. I decided to give this medicine a fair trial, and when I had# taken six boxes I felt much better." I  continued taking the pills until I had  M'ui.tnVt, Liniment For Dandittt        I onto. Oui  HEART SO BAD  Many wotften become run down and  worn out by their household carca ana  duties never ending and sooner or  later find themselves with weak hearts  and shattered nerves.  ���������When the heart becomes weak and  the nerves unstrung, It Is Impossible  for a woman to look after her household or social duties. The least little exertion or excitement leaves her  In am exhausted condition, and not fit  to do anything.  On the first sign of any .weakness  of the heart or nerved, you wilt be  wise If you take a course of Miiburn's  Heart and Nerve Pills.  >Mm, Daniel Bezanson, Loganvllle.  N.S., writes :~-"A8 . I was troubled  with a weak heart for nearly two  years I am writing to tell yoix what  your great remedy, MilburnV Heart  and Nerye Pills; has done for me.  My heart was oo bad at night I  could ������ot sleep: I would take smothering spells, and I was ������o weak I  could not do thy. houaework. I tried  two doctors, but got no results, A  friend advised me to try Mllbuni's  Heart and Nerve Pills. I have used  six boxes, and I am completely relieved. I I think they ttre the beat medl-  clnefor heart trouble there la.'*  Price 50c ft. box At alt dtfaten or  mailed direct on receipt of price by  The T. lAllbum Co,   Limited.   Xoi~.  taken six more boxes, and I can only  say I am glad I did so, as I am now  .enjoying the best of health,*and I advise all men who feel run down to  give these pills a good trial."  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills can be obtained from any dealer In medicine,  or by mail at 50 cents a b"6x or six  boxes for $2.5.0 from The Dr. Williams Medicine Co.,,Brockville, Ont,  a-iiii^mtm-mmitmmm-imimmttmmmlmxtammm  Dairying: in Alberta  Edmonton   tho, Largest   Creamery  Butter Manufacturing Centre In  Canada,  There are unlimited opportunities  for engaging In dairy, farming In the  prairie provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. The production of creamery butter has increased  from 14,000,000 pounds In 1915 to  about 27,000,000 pounds in 1919. The  city of Edmortton, Alberta, Is the \  largest creamery butter manufacturing centre tn Canada All the provinces have well organized dairy departments which give every possible  asslsUnce to the. Industry, and as a  result of their ,efforts the manufacture  of butter has bcen standardized to a  high degree.  Miller's Worm Powders will not  only'expel worms from the system but  will induce healthful conditions of-the  system under which wo"rms can- no  longer thrive. Worms "keep a child  iti a continual state*of restlessness and  pain, and .there can be no comfort for  the little one until the cause'of suffering be removed, which can be easily  done by the use of   these   powders.  which are very effective.  There are 12,004,325 telephone subscribers in the United States, giving  an average of one telephone to about  10 persons. ������������������������������������������������������  When Holtoway'i Corn Remover  Is applied to a com It kills the roots  and the callosity comet out without  injury to the flesh.  To Offer iJlch Fruit Lands*  Xt Us announced that the British  Columbia Government will put 22,000  acrei pf Ijjnd In the Irrigated district  at Opojrofli, OkSmkgAn Valley* one ot  the rlcheit fruit growing areas la the  world, on tht market early ta the  ���������prtnjf.  Us Ei !bH*������5 H  MISERY TO HER  Says this Woman Until Relieved by Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound.  II      ,.|     .111111      ���������..mi    III |   II      !���������!   !���������      ll|l I   IT       ''.  Owen Sound, Ont.���������"I Buffered for  ton years with female organic trouble;  neuralgia and indigo 8 tion, and was  weak nnd had such  bad pains I could  hardly walk or stand  up at times. When  X would swoop I  would hayo to go aud  Uo down. I could-  not sloop at night,  and would wander  orotund tho houso  half tho time.* I tried   everything butnoth*  .. m~ any good, and ihe last doc-  I had told mo lio never expected  mo to bo on my foot again or able to do  ������day's vmrk. Ono day one of your  little bobls was left at tny door and my  husband mid X should try a bottle of  Lydia E. Pinkham's Vogotablo Compound. IthankGodldid, for lt relieved  mo, and X am now well and strong. X  think thoro is ho remedy Uko tho vogotablo Compound for anyono who has my  ^roubles, and havo recommended it to  my neighbors. You can publish roylottor  for tho benoflt of thoso I can't roach."  ������������������Mrs* HamiY A. Mitchell 1767 7th  Ave., East* Owen Sound, Ont.  If you havo any symptom about which  you would like toknow write to tho Lydt*  E. Plnkhsm Medlclno Co., Lyatv Mass*  Minard's Llnlmem EeU������?������t Mewralflt I &* Iwpul iwtftoi ftven freotff ch*r**  Vw������^^ '������&  VHE  CfiKSTO   EKV1EW  %  1,  ���������pw  THE GBESTON REViElV   count of   themselves cannot he got|(soV������ in-law of >Bifi~ Bear, the head  ** __,     ' , toget her  for an   occpaional  Issued every Friday at Grafton. B.C.! wifch Nelson and some of the strong  *ubscripiidn:-fe5Qiiyeav in advance,  er teams to the east. ������������������,���������>-'..-    '  ^^������tBfi^ol^ti- .   '.        |    The playiig of outside   games,'flapping   pinion .,of .soiled: whife-  0...JB������$6M$& Editor and Owner,  howevei. wjU nofc he made the most I blanket, on the whiteraeer tfi,athad  ���������game i chief)-* keen-featured, intelligent;,'  cool, daVing���������-a human hawk who*������ ,  clear brain never permit-ted his nerve j  or confidence to  desert him���������withl  -tmVmmK^i-i-A*.   (J  SAIEMD --Pf������EJ?KftE  .~r-~."r*"��������������������������� ^T  FRIDAY   MAY  6  THIS SEASON'S BASER  ''���������''' By SHORTSTOP  Every citizen iii the Valley should  support the baseball team. Oood  clean sport of any kind is a* tremendous factor in developing the right  type of youth and', in fact, it is not  going toofajPto say, that some form  of outdoor sport is absolutely essen-  .tial.       " '"���������'Z'  ���������'  "v"*'" Z-'r  The men who are taking hold of  '." "��������� ���������'"}���������''-.������������������  baseball;this  year are in a position  to guarantee that the sport will be  clean atid the citizen who fails to  support tlie club* is neglecting to  link himself up1 with the best effort  ihat is being Tpa������Se to interest the  young" people >f the' district, provide ttiem with.a means of amusement that is worth while and keep  them from-forming habits-of wasting timethat is sure to be detrimental. ; ���������������������������; -���������* ��������� "r'Z -  We want financial support from,  everyone* but not to an extent that,  will be in danger af becoming a  burden; but most of all we "want  the support of a crowded, grandstand at every game. An enthusiastic crowd is essential to encourage the players and make the sport  worth while. If those who object  to Sunday baseball will attend the  week-night games ih sufficient.num-  bers Sunday baseball will die a  natural death.  Outside games will be played regularity with Wynndel andKitchen-  er, and possibly Gopeland. I^i ;adr  ditiosi there is no reason, with the  material in sight; why a team sttffir  ciently strpmg to% give a. good ;aK}-  importaii*. feature of baseball effort  this season.       .Every man and boy  in the Valley who pan  hold- a bat  is  going  to be  asked  ta join  the  club, and aii members wiii-be given  an .opportunity-"'to-play-ball.      A  schedule of purely local games will  be arranged for the  season, which  -will   be just as interesting as. the  schedule of outbide games, and will  give everyone a  chance  to qualify  for a position  on   the senior team,  and in addition will be the means  of teiaching yuuiigerhoys the game.  We have lots of. material in; the  high school   and   public school for  two good ball teams,   and this material   is going to-he  looked after  this summer and given a chance to  develop.V;.;Week-day games will be  made a^^atyire tliisyeai5. ? - A regu)-  ar'  Wednesday   evening   schedule  will be arranged at once and if the  people of the town will'turn oVitand  provide the  necessary   encourage-  ���������   ���������     ��������� ��������� ���������-������������������������������������������������������ -^, -   ^.* - ���������   *j,  ment Wednesday, evening .-^'rnes  will be.the feature of the summer, s  sport.     '...-. Z.Z?i-Z   'pJ-rPZ^Z..Pr '"-'PZ:  Painting  Papering  Kalsomining  JAS. ADLARD  CRESTON  MILK  Rich in Butterfat, and from  Tuberculin-tested Cows  CREAM FOR SALE  at all time.  7 Quarts or 14 Pints for'$1.00.  MOUNTAIN VIEW RANCH  WALTER V. JACKSON  BAKERY  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 C%kes  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  natisfant-ory.  (41 VE ITS A CALL  BERT NORRIS  Posfcoffiue Blk. CfiESTON  In any present day discussion of  war veterans the tremendousness of  the late great war so .overshadows  the armed conflicts ef former times  that all too many are,liable to forget even the South African' campaign, in which Canadian troops  rendered such distinguished service  :���������to say nothing ^tt all of western  Canada's;iowa; clash at arms -in the  early '80's���������commonly known as  the Reil Rebel libjn.  i-: P.-pZPP   i;  In'connection with the-latter the  'Review came. across spine' interesting reading in "Scarletand Gold,"  a magazine  issijed leteee; a- year by  the Royal North-wes^ Counted Po  lice  Veterans' Association; and  it  will suprise many of our readers to  learn that Yardmaster C. M.Loas-  by of Sirdar is quite a central figure in one  of the articles, entitled,  "The St#ry of the Three Scouts."  Iu 1885 Mr. Loasby was a R.N.  W.M.P. constable with the detachment in'charge of Fort Pitt, Sask.  Those who recall Canadian history  will recollect   that- it was iii April  of  that   year   that  the   wholesale  massacre  of whites   took   place at  Frog Lake, from which point Fort  Pitt was only 35 miles Uietant.  When word of the massapre  reached the fort the commander  realized the reds' next move would  be on ForVEitt, and Const?. Loasby  was one of three scouts sent out  after the bad news name, to get a  line on the movements of the redskins. Outward bound the scouts  got all the wa,y to Frog Lake without encountering an Indian, but on  looking the encampment-over wore  struck by the absenoe of life about  the wigwams. Even on the return  they still came across no reds until  within a mile of the fort, where  they came upon them 300 strong,  planning an attack and clean up of  tne fort troops.  To regain the fort there was  nothing for it but to put spurs to  the horses and ride for it, and  strange to say all three got well  within sight of the Fort before any  mishap overtook tliem. Const,  Cowan's horse bucked1, and before  he could be got under control Cowan was shot dead, Qtifmi, the sec-  ond scout, mad������ a ������moee������������ful getaway only to bc taken later by tho  Indians, though his life wan spared.  How Loasby fared oan best be related by the author of the "Scarlet  and Gold" article uh follows;  unaccountably ^disappgtared, from"  his owner's stable one <iark wwi*giit  in Montana ja.year before, folk������������ved-  swiftly after. - -      ...  A shot* rang in Loasby's ears and  the saddle seemed suddenly to have  grown hot under as the blood trickr  led from a wound above it ' But he  rode on. A second shot. Loasby's  horse stopped, swayed���������a bulletin  his neck.  The Lone Man was close behind  ���������-too close. The chest of the white  racer landed like a hammer .on the  rump of the policeman's stiielsen  mount-and down .they went, over  and over, the dying animal and the  living, falcon redskin and wounded  trooper  Loasby waeT first on bis i"eet^  Dazed, and neariiu? collapse from  shock and loss of blood, to niakothe  fort seemed his one Chance, and into the effort he"~threw all his remaining strength.  * Lone Man raised on one knee,  and at the'crack of his riHe Loasby  pitched forward with his face in the  dust and a bullet hole through his  b-^dy close to tbe spine.  .'And now tbe burst of fire which  there was no ionger need to hold  since Loasby was apparently past  the possibility of injury from" it,  came at the intrepid., savage from  the fort. But������he writhed forward  ���������on his savage belly like a snake  ���������till he reached the policeman.  He turned him oyer.  "I thought he was dead,'' Lone  Man told me later, "or I would  have finished him."  Drawing his knife he cut^ the  belt, with cartridges and revolver,  circling Loasby's waist. Then he  Vvrithed baek- withjifs gripping the  grass with his crimsoned fingers, to  his liorse and galloped away up the  slope. And all the while the bullets from the fort, with a vicious  pelting, dug little holes in the sod  around him; .  ~       ������������������'���������"-���������"        '  Loasbs* got on his; feet agai n. He  staggered to the gate in the fort,  turned, iinng out derisive fingers in ���������  the direction of the Lonje Man, and j  collapsed iii the arriis of  tWo men1'j *  wfyo had   conie outCilt6 meet   him  THey can-fed him into*the fort.aZ j  ���������'   r  -"���������w   --  SticSess^enerauy" comes to those vvhoga look-  it^jSqs?Zifrt, and. the man with, a , substantia!  Sa,fiag������\ Account is/Always in a." position to;  graas?g^o^ op^ortu&Stks for investment- or  ������dvaneftmen$.     \- ^ ���������-..,   .:^;    \\%-z$;ip.  i   -i*        ~- ' - * fx~0 ^~-0 -'-t/       '   - "  Save!;'. Open an account with this Barak ������I.  once.   Int������rc8t*5>aifl at current rate. ���������  ^  xse  OS?    p-*~&J~.T������Jm.       -���������  GRBSTON BRANCH,  5?*r  C. W. ALtEN,  M������r>aJE*r.  SgeBOmBSSBBSBSSSSSSB  =������=  VICTORY LOAN  COUPONS  We will cash your Victory Loan  Coupons or place them to your credit  in our Savings Bank where they will  draw interest at 3% per annum.      ���������. ^  SI THE CANADIAN BANK H  /fMERCE  BU  CONii  PAID-UP CAPITAL       - '     -        $15,000,000  RESERVE FUMO -        -        $15,000,000  CRESTON Bfc$ttCH, C. G. Bennett, Manager.  ��������� j; -i .  ���������  *"��������� 'II ' ���������   !���������    Ml   II   *>���������    I ' '   I ���������         f          B  ui uunpi j apHblllSo  We are opening a crate of the above" in Clover  Leaf and Plain White, which we )iave  just received from England:  CLOVER LEAF  Against such oijjldii there was  nothing for it but to- abondon Fort  Pitt,ahd tbie getaway was successfully executed, the fbrce bf*abont 23  men retiring under' cover of dark-  uess.to a point "on .the Saskatchewan River where #.. scow, which  had been constructed . for just such  an emergency,, was'utilized for the  six-day float dowiV the river to  Battleford which all  reached   saf*^  .* ��������� ��������� ir      ��������� x     ���������.;������������������������������������.-..���������  ly. In his wounded condition, on  such a craft in early:April northern  Saskatchewan weather Loasby  made the trip, but clue to the ex-  posure and crude methods of surgery in those days it was- many  weeks before he was able to. rejoin  his troop. Acoording to the author of the "Three Scouts" Mr. Loasby wears in a ring v Lone Man's  Bullet which  almost-ended his life.  Cups and Sawcera, >-per"cloz^.���������-t   6*inch Plates, per dbz f��������� ~-s-   'V-iiVcK ohv^ftfrt^w ; ,;^i   ft iii^l.      K'K "- "''���������     '���������*   '      1-  r.O-mCll     ..*.-.    ���������     . t.   -���������-000��������� ���������   9-inch y-_ --....-.  P-ZZ"--. ���������"������������������-���������  9-inch Sonp Plates, per doz^ii^y  Baker's,.? inch, each ......:���������.���������  Baker's, S^iineh, each':Z... ...  Bowls at -40c, 50c 55c.  Sugar Bowls,it$Lp0  Jugs; 50c, 606^; 65e.  84.25  2.50    3.35    4.00  -.^- 4.50  -Jt' 4.00  50c.  LiSf~.zz ���������������������������  f"v   ������-'J     -r\, -    'SI  Wynndel  The   United    Fiimiei'S   hehl   their  monthly meeting on April 27th nt tho  schoolhouse. President' W. .1. (hooper  lu the chair.     Tho minutes of the pre-  vIouh meeting were read and adopted.  John   Btithie and   President  Cooper  gav������������ their   report  of  the   Ei-lckson  meeting on   the co-operative association and the matter was-thoroughly  dtaciiHHcd.    Mr Bathie made ������ inotion  to the elfoct that tho mem burn should  meet In two weelm* time  to discuss  starting a   cooperative   store  here.  The motion was seconded by P. Ofner  and   oiutied   uniintmoukly.       H.   P.  Piiekman  brought up ,tho  irrigation  queHtion which was warmly disc untied  Mr. Packman having made  a  statement that was  rather vpersonal  and  which he could not hack  up ve plans  and Hpecillcatlons of ptoposed Irrigation Hchome.EnU-irtainmunt committee  to tabu oyer this work at.May -~X. was  iiptioinU'd nf* follows:   A|fs. iWindalo,  MInh M. Hageu, Don Dewar.   MI-sh D.  Bul Um Hold, and E. S. jjSftittoi'fleld ob������  li������������>d with a vocal duett, which was  PLAIN WHITE  Gups and Saucers, per doz ,...rr......-.:......$3.50  6-inch Plates, per doz :...���������..........Z���������.. 2.10    '  7 inch        *' -    I'        ���������...���������Z..:..��������� .2.75  "     8-iryshu       "   .     "        ��������� :-r;rrhr"-:"-ri 3.,25*  9-inch .*������������������'*      ���������'* *      ...I'isjj......;...... 3.50  Baker's and Scallops, 50*'and 75c.  Cereals, 206. each.  50 8et)8 Aluminum, 3 pieces to set  GLASS CHURNS, $3:75, $4.50:  Greston Mercantile Company  LIMITED  DOING  We can  supply  Portland  Cement  or  FIXING UP  9     ���������*.  Shingles  Latk  Lumber  all flizes and  grades.  enthuaiaHtically received. Coffee.and  Momii while Loasby w/ifi poinding \Mmt, IV,.,��������� served after the meeting*  down the slope in full view of tlio | Them wan a turnout of about 10 immi-  fort ti nd safety as fast as his jaded ' hern, and it wan almost 11 o'clock  horse would bear him.      Lone Man   -**-!������������������������?��������� lhe meeting Adjourned.  Canyon City Lumber  LIMITED  ���������fe-.iJtiiu Ml^tUautuefmuv" 'ri M<  T*jfiM*ff2. t ?a.*������cs-.rt!!E*^'*.* raj I"V  y  Si*  ,v  THE CBESTjftlt ffiSS.YIEW  Vv  The   Coffer-M lite-  Playa**   -        -  With Dominion Chautauqua at Oreston, Tuesday, June 14  STRAWBERRY PLANTS  200,000 left, Magoon and Gold Dollar  itx, $5 per 1000, must be shipped before  May 10th, cash with order, order now,  plants guaranteed. QUALITY FRUIT  FARMS, Chilliwack, BC.  nann$g ts tfwerm  Although the outward and visible signs may not confirm any  such assertion yet, undoubtedly,  spring is here. Uudisputable evi  deuce on this point is furnished by  the. occom pany ing. poem-from the  pen of W. A.  Pease  Touring Car    ,$889.80  Runabout.   ,  823.72  Truck ...J... 973.04  with Lighting and Starting.  Tractor, without starter, $828  Oliver Two-Bottom (12 -/I  or 14 in.)' Plows    170  Oliver Double Disc:.    ... 1  All the above prices f.o.b.������CH!gary.  Guaranteed Overhauls-  of Cloverdale,  Alice  Oft  If you consider getting your  car overhauled���������:any make���������  or any repairs, we have mechanics that Can do it, an4 We   And oonteinptate'the bards, and poets  formerly the Walt Mason  Siding.  '    In   sending   along   his    poetical  contribution Mr. Pease facetiously  i  observes that if there is anything  to the old saying that "music hath  charms to, soothe the savage" surely a few more homiletics in verse  a la Edmondson should work a  similar miracle amongst saints and  sinners alike in Creston Valley���������  of which latter it might be inferred .there is some considerable number judging by Mr. Edmondson's  assiduous reformative effort by  .rhyme.    Quoth Pease:  Whop- we think of the   poems,   and  poets we see,  of Vancouver;   . Mrs. Schaefer of Bar������  oos, Alta., and Miss - Ruth  at' home.  Of the boys all a--*- resident here except Gordon, who now resides at Victoria. ' -p    -   '  .   In addition to offesr excellent qualities as a citizen thes late  Mr.   Smith  will be best renvenibfered for the prom*  inet pirt he took io the athletic life of  the Valley is the   earlier   days.     Although by no" means  a   young   man  when .h'ec.ioie here'he   was   notably  conspicuous in-outdoor sports, particularly at footballl ��������� \vhile at homing, he  nde> the   acknovv!edge-rl  champion   of  the Crows Nest territory.       That   lie  rightly  merited  the honors accorded  him can  be best  he guaged from the  knowledge that foi-5w"matter of three  year.-* He held   the" all-round   athletic  championship of Tfew Zealand, and at  one time very   successfully"' held   his  own as sparring; part-Tier  with the former heayyweight;*ef-ha'nipion. Bob Fitz-  simmons, "   In factr-the latter thought  so-well of the 'late. Mr. Smith, that he  offered him a~contract to tour the U.S.  giving -stage a^-iEriSJs exhibitions.  Deceased was also   an-* excellent   marksman, and right up to the- time of leaving Creston almost it was "his unlucky  year when he did not bag his full quota  of deer and game birds.  In the public' life of  the   Valley deceased played quite'Vi prominent part,  bei.ng"actiye������in School matters, i?ai-in-  eis's Institute, as wl*I!  as for years t>n  the executive  of :t'hei*"Valley Conservative Association. ���������    While there may  have been. those 'who  differed   with  him or. occasion,; Ctittainly his generous and'fi'ieii!d)y,^ls^*������^rMVn'-*prevented  him having'*ahy''eh:eihies;   and   in-his  passing   the  ���������Valley-   loses?   a   citizen  'whose  death  will be regretted by-all  and the sympathy that goes o^t to tbe  widow and  family in their   bereave-  ���������iiient;is   almost   as "lohiversal   as it is  heartfelt.  Less TYoufolesonie  Adjustments  ��������� As a rule flpe adjustment you get,on a-*,  defective the, dosen't quite satisfy you.  -.Mainly, wc suppose, becau.se we-are aU  : human #.nd want a little more than we  are entitled to.  But even our most private, opinions on  '   the fairness of an adjustment, ean find"  no  fault  -with   the  method   of  settling'  claims on Ames Hoi J en "Auto-Shoes."  You are always right with ourselves and the  m emifaclurer. We-personally look after your'  interests. There is no needless red-tap*, delay or  , argument in fixing our measure of responsibility  and your compensation. Ames Koldcn"Auto-  Shocs" are guaranteed against any defect, in .  material or workrnanFbip without time or mileage  limit. They are adjusted on that basis without  quibble or evasion. , .  - Come to us for  g������e������Ul  AMES HOLo&jn  "AUTO-SHOES59  Cord and Fabric Tires" in aii, Standard-Sixes  tnioree syarase  Phone 90    :   :  -jmnrsntee  ������ *���������*��������� ~���������  th-ft work.  We have several good buys  in   second-hand   ears.   * Call  and see them.** ���������������   Creston Auto & Supply  R. S. BEVAN, Prop.  Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 2095  MeekTHIRDTHURSOA^of  each, month    at    Mercantile ;  Hall.   Visiting brethren cordi-J  ally invited.     "  ERIC OLSON. W.M  Shoe Repairing  -������������������������������������������������������ .W'.ttA.  Men's  Half Soles, '$1.25  Women's Half Soles, $lr00;;  Guaranteed for 6 months.;  Alex. Mirabelli  Shoemaker :-. -    CRESTON  And oar' minds idly drift into ih is land  |��������� 4 of-the free,  A.nc  of old��������� __  In the -wardens of fcfahyion and pyrani-  **    iJS. ML' .1 s   " ������  Music, Lectures  Plavs-^Six Davs  RANCH FOR SALE  -Improved place for sale; 20 acres���������12  cleared, of which 10 are in trees, Excellent house and buildings, and fuiiy  equipped. FOCH IN (Canyon), Erickson, B.C.  iuS uOiu.  Amt-  ide at thc  Lifd-'ive'i^dsse'wiUKrwe^.t pri'  j. s_ciass.8**.alr vtemS , i ~ -7 8  And we'-think'-wiln prjqe and pleasure  ' that'it is true;     "       ",,  And  the  beautiful '4i/tiques so great  \     so old,   ( ��������� ������ -'������������������  -And our. o\v������ ;mode>t  poets so gifted  ,    .we've told.'    -   ,~T  And We'take ofF our hats and salute as  wi* meet' '  Our.Jbwn'ppefeial poets so grand anddis-  ���������*....;.; cjt-ee.t������-;'.'  And  wcTsifc still   and* wonder   what  .:?'  thoughts iii list itu-pire  The'i;'*tihl^ti.nd>*^iVHt, lofty brain of tbe  BeeVP^'^---- - ��������� '.  Arid; those classical -poets, may they  * *-���������* ever live  i.^.Z  For the good th'ey^ may.do and the  decisions they give.  While us poor, common people, unsought and unsung  Fee.l just; like a chicken- whose neck  hj.i.8 been vvr ung.  Death Stace Smith  R^iiiove^ Pioneer  Is there any  Meat in the  House?  This is the first question that presents itself  to the housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  fn for a meal. ��������� Bnt why  worry P v  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest Quality  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  -Bologna, Ac.  are always to be had  here. In meats nothing  quite equals 'Shamrock*  prod nets. ���������  P.  BURNS  &, CO., Ltd.  That the lute John-; fjtace Smith,  whose death occurred at' Nelson on  April 27th, enjoyed the respect of a  wide circle (if friends was shown in the  attendance, at the, burial services at  Creston on Friday. On arrival of the  remains from Nelson they were taken  to the Presbyterian Church; where the  pastor, Rev. J. A. James conducted a  short service and the interment was  at Creston cemetery, Messrs. W. H.  Crawford, R. J.'Long, Dr. Henderson,  Jas. Compton, D. Learmonth ami J.  H. Webster'officiating as pallbearers.  Deceased, who. had ju>t entered upon his Bixty/llrat year, was a native of  Edinburgh, Scotland, and came to  Canada from New Zealand In 1880, locating in Manitoba, where he had an  extensive cattle ranch np till about  1800. whein he moved on further west  and finally settled.'db\vn at Victniiu,  The B.'O. capital was his home until  about 1808 when he was one ot the  many hundreds who sought theii* for-  tunes in the gold rush to the Klondike  upon his ivtuin from which he shortly  after moved to Salmon Arm, where hc  llyed until 1006, when ho moyed to  Creston, and took np the woll-known  Smith ranch at Alice Siding.  In 1884 he made a return visit to the  Old Country, wheie he whs married at  Moffat, Scotland, to Miss Grant, and  tho widow, and flvedan^hters and four  sons survive him.    Tho daughters are  With jfche visit .here on   Friday  of  Miss Hartsell, advance .agent, full par-  ticulaas are pow-jivajtable on the big  six-day  DominionvChautaqna*,   which  will  appeor';iUrMi0������e^n^  Thursday, '4une.:ft^  on -Wednesday,; Junp 15th, with prq-  grammes batlvaft-ei-n^ooij and: evenirig,  on'all six rd^$,fl*exci^  of the  I4th, for which - date a stellar  attraction'!!iy'"'^l^OT^foi>^'Sn:' eye'ninK  perfot,ina^^*!oiirly:4n^'*bh'*^t]!���������VffettiM*ille'r-  Players who'will.*pw^serit- Sheridan's  greatestc<uiiedy.succes*s, '-The Rivals."  A complete chapge of ptogram and  talent is given "eacjh day, and.'in fact,  no two programmes are the same even  .foi-.the aftei-rioon. ahd^ evening'"of .the  same d>iy,:and a perusal = of the list-of  artists and--their offerings, convineet  that Crestoh entertainment goers are  due to have presented  them" eleven  separate ente'-tninn'ients -all of which  would bc'consideredpopular priced-at  air admission of $1 to each offering.  Due to booking ,vphautauqua intact  these eleven program mew ivilj be available so Valley citizens who purchase a  ticket giving thetJn admission tb the  whole��������� series' at a price that will average less than 50c. "per performance.  The price of season tickets, is not yet  announced but the Review is assured  these will be-available at less than $5.  21 Creston citizens are guaranteeing  the cost of thevOh������Uiitt'qii������,* and to  make sure it gets A������y.e>* properly these  have been grouped into four committees, as follows; ';..  Tickets���������-E. C. Gibbs, chairman; C.  W. Allan, H. K. Oatway, Col. Lister,  A. E. French, Principal Smith, F. C.  Rodgers, Campbell Blair, J. A.'Bryan.  Grounds���������M. J. Boyd, chairman; R.  S. Bevan. F. E. Loveday, W. Truscott, F. U. Jackson, R. Lamont.  Publicity���������-C. F. Hayes,-chairman;  W. V. Jackson, Guy Constable, S. A.  Speers. -  ,  Transportation-���������A. Lidgate, chairman; W. B. Embree,, Jas. Adlard. ...  * ���������*>      '���������**** vmm^m.tUSlSjii0.  . , The Chautauqua people providetheir  owi tent, which has ample seating capacity, nnd to still further popularize  the event arrangements are being  made to sell ohlldren's tickets at it  greatly reduced prtae, as well as are*  duced charge for boys and girls np to  18 years of age.  To enable people- at outlying points  to attend the Chautauqua the transportation committee will endeavor to  provide a jitney ��������� seryice to mid from  Oreston at the lowest possible charge.  Private Hospital  licensed hy ProMaEGsvernntent  Particular attention'* given, all -female  ���������troubles.      Homelike apartments -for  ladies ��������� aw&iting;;; accouchment.:    Best  medical, practitioners, (in, attendance.  ; Write or phoiie for appointments.  ;-^*High*est^refe|i������neeaA':"'*    ;-;���������:-., i^ylyM:^  ^rReasootablest'* teE������������8..*jg>-���������SH ������-..������hwm  ^in%ec?tl<>h':ihwlted.*--'"''':>r*'' "--j-"r"''-"'"%���������'  ��������� * MRS * MQORife; MSt^w^ ^ ^   'ZPP *':  Wawkd���������^To buy or rent, sewing  machine.'    Mrs. Jensen, Frickson.     yZ  smr  " x     <9f Sepsis 9T       9  |be HOME  Falls & Baker St.  Phone 372.  KELSON, B.C.  P.O. Box 772  LAND REGISTRY ACT.  " (Section 24). "Y;:  In the.matter of an undivided half  interest iii- Sub Lot 3t>Bl0ck 4, of  Lot 891, Group 1, Map'771, Kootenay District.  Proof.having been filed in my office  of the loss of Certificate ,nf Title No.  10055a, to the above mentioned lands  in the name ot William O. Taylor, and  bearing date the 9th January.'1999,1  hereby give notice of my intention at  the expiration of one calendar month  from the first publication hereof to  issue to the said William O. Taylor a"  fresh Certificate of Title in lieu of such  lost Certificate. Any person having  any information' with reference to such  lost Certificate of Title is requested to  communicate with the undersigned.  Dated at the Land Registry Office,  Nelson, B.C., this 6th day of April,  A.D. 1921.  B. S.STOKES,  District Registrar of Titles.  Date of first publication April 15,1021.  8ramn Bhanb���������Qi'innty of white beans  suitable for seed for sale, 15c. pound.  Dong Barney, Pacific Restaurant.  WAKTHti���������Live agent in Creston district for Supremo watkins Products.  xt     -a   j -r-e . i       . ��������������� i, -oi i>     i Watkins  goods  known   everywhere.  Mr*. Fred Taylor of Bull River;    Mm j WrUo ,Ti ft Watkins Co.,  Winnipeg.  Plugs of Sibbald, Alta.;     Mrs.  Gillotx  Man., for full particulars.  We, have a full line of the best  '   known Flower and Vegetable Seeds.  Any special line, procured on  short notice at catalogue  prices.  Grive us yotir* order |ttid save  postage or express charges.  Come and look over our  selections.  Buttorfield & Son  Wynndel  i pi  reduced to ?B an acre; second-class to  12.50 an acre. * . V  Pre-emption now confined to surveyed lands only. ��������� T ':.--���������--':���������-. -p-.  Records will be granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural jSurposes*  and which is non-timber Jand*--    ...A.      ....  partnership pre-emptions abolished. ���������'  J  ������?ut parties ol not more than four *may  ���������-.?arrange   ^for    adjacent  -pre-emptions    .  " with, jqint residence* but each making7: .  i- necessary improvements oh? respective  ''" 'ClalnSB������S^..,^.:-~^:-r ~:rft,.,-.?--'-��������� ??~r   :-���������- -V; *��������� ���������:--������ .rL':.. ���������*.  *H Pefc-emptorS must occupy claims for  ��������� .Ave jrears and make Improvements to  ��������� -value of ^10 per acre, Including clear  ing and cultivation of at leasti6 acres.  ; before receiving. Crown Grant.  Where pre-emptor In occupation not  less than 3 years, and has made pro-   - portionate Improvements, he may, because of ill-health, or* other- cause, be ���������  granted intermediate certificate of improvement and transfer his claim.  , Records without permanent residence may be issued, provided applicant makes_improvements to extent of  |S00 per annum and records same each  y������8ar. ' Failure to make improvements  or record same will operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained in  Ies8_ than 6 years, and improvements  of $10.00 per acre, including 5 acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  of at least 2 years are required, sm  Pre-eroptor ��������� holding Crown ^rant  may record another pre-emption,- if he  requires land In conjunction with his  ���������arm, without actual occupation, provided . -statutory Improvements made  and;. residence maintained on Crown  granted'land.  r Unsurvcyed areas, not exceeding 20  J-cres. may-be leased as homes J tea;  UUe to be obtained after fulfilling residential and Improvement conditions.  For gracing and industrial purposes  ��������� areas   exceeding   640   acres   may   be  ���������<������i2?<? by one peraou or company.  it,MJ1I������ factory or Industrial sites on  Umber land .not exceeding 40 acres  may be purchased; conditions include  payment of stumpage.  Natural hay meadows inaccessible'  by extstinr roads may be purchased  conditional upon construction of a road  to them. Rebate of one-half ot cost of  road, not exceeding half of purchase  price, is made.  PRE-EMPTOR8'      FREE      GRANTS  ACT.  The Mope of this Act is enlarged to  .. time within whtoh^the heiw of diviSw  :  of a deceased pre-emptor may apply  f&LUH.* uSd*r "5 Aot '" ������rtende5  from for one year from the death of  s������ch person, as formerly, until one  year after the conclusion of the present  war. This privilege is also mad! r~.  troactlve. .  No fees relating to pre-emptions art  due or payable T>y soldlera on    pre?  emptions recorded after June 16. tm  Taxes are remitted for Ave yawtrs.  -ifr2v'?,on 'o,r,r������t������rn of moneys, ac-  4, m4, on account of payments, feen  or taxes on soldiers' pre-emptions.  VWl������05.* ***? ,ot* i,eW hV members of  AJlled Forcea, or dependents, acquired  ���������UB-PUBCHASKng OF CHOWN  m LANDV.  ^Provision made for Issuance of  Crown grants to sub-purchasers    of  purchasers who failed    to    complete  ������Kreh"?4^.lnTOlJZ1?* forfeiture, on ful -  Ailment of eondltlons of purchase. In.  tereirt and taxw.   Where uub-n^i". ^  ������������ do not claim whole of original par-  S*1, 2S������2������*! P/10* du������ ���������"* WW ma>  hm   distributed   proportionately   over  '���������,,^f?��������� '    QnAZINO.  Oraalng Act. 1918, for systematic  development oY 11 veatex* Industry provide* for graslng districts and rangi-  administration under Commissioner  Annual graslng permits Issued based  on numbers ranged: priority for -ftstab-  llahed owners. Btoch-ownt-rn mnv  form Associations for range management. Frae, or partially-free, perniltH  for -s-miar*, eampere or tr*velif>rtw ui>  to tern head. 4 the;   review,   creston,   b,   a  j~*"  ~%  Swing  of tne  Pancluluiii  The enormous demand for products and goods of all kinds during the  warf;:and .the consequent rapid rise in prices not only for such products  and gbo(f5 but for all materials and labot: entering into their production for  use*, crea&w?ffroblems in finance and economics which taxed the best brains  in all. efeoilintriea. Phenomenal increases in prices of all commodities inevitably forced increased wages paid to workers in orde.r that, they might  be able to maintain themselves and their families. Ar.d increased wages  could have no other effect than to give still another boost to the costs of  production, and, as a natural result, anbther advance in prices. "Another  call foiyan increase in wages followed, and so the world travelled in a circte.  W|th the conclusion of the war came a sudden cessation in demand  for those articles wtilph were required in* enormous quantities during the  struggle. Coupled with this cessation in demand, was the returriVof millions of mea from the armies back to civilian life and the necessity of absorbing them once again into the industrial and productive work "of the  country* Undgr die conditions it did not take long to make good the  shortage of goods in practically all lines which had been created during thc  war while the energies of all people were devoted to the making of war materials and equipment * .   ,  N^ow'the world of finance arid business and labor faces' the problems of  decreased demand and falling prices. Difficult as were the problems  created by unprecedented demand, shortage of materials "and' labor, and  steadily rising prices, they^were simple compared to the difficulties now confronting everybody because of decreased demand, and consequent unemployment, resulting in a lessened buying power by the public and kn Inevitable fall Id prices of commodities. Yet this new and much more difficult  problem must be faced and solved, and all classes must contributctheir fair  share to the solution. *  ... ,    ���������  The chief present difficulty seems to lie in the fact that the wopking-  man remains insistent that" the high scale o^ wages reached during the war  period of inflation shall be maintained. Those high wages were the outcome  of unusual conditions, and any intelligent and observant person must-realize that with the passing of thosc exceptional conditions, wages, like everything else, must return to a normal level.  In order to stimulate buying on the part of people generally, there must  be a decrease in prices j If there ia not such a drop in prices, and, as a  c������)nsequeftcec increased buying, there must inevitably be a curtailment in  production. A dropping off in industrial production means unemployment  for the workers, not merely'at prevailing high wages bu,t at any wages at  all. Any increase in the numbei- of the unemployed means a further lowering of the buying power of the people, and a still further increase in unemployment, oca substantial reduction in the hours of employment���������factories funning half-time instead of fulls time.- In other words, the world is ih  danger of again travelling in an economic circle, even more vicious and  containing greater possibilities of disaster than the one travelled during the  war years. -  The unfortunate fact is thafct to an appalling extent, people today are  being guided in their auctions by untried theories instead of by the actual  experience of the past. Workers everywhere seem to be demanding the  settlement of present problms in conomics on a basis which totally disregards fundamental principles which underlie all business and finance. During the war the pendulum swung to the extreme -limit one way, and everybody liad to swing with ill it must swing, to ih% other- extreme before ap.  equilibrium is reached, and once again everybody is affected. Not by tKe  efforts on any one clas&,alone, but only through the combined efforts and cooperation ������f all can a normal level be successfully reached.  One of the fallacies, which, however, finds ready acceptance in some  quarters, is that any given' industry can fix its own prices, hosjrs of labor,  scale of wages, etc., without having regard to other lines of industry. For  x example, that railway, executives and railway employees can get together  and decide upon hours of labor and scale of wages, and by .setting these  forth in an agreement ratified and signed by both parties, settle the problem  bo far as they are concerned. But not so. If as '. -the result of the  schedules agreed upon an undue burden is placed on other lines of commercial activity and thc public as a.whole, then there will be such a falling off  In business that the railway companies will be sufferers and the necessity  be enforced upon them of laying off countless numbers of their employees.  It would be merely a modern application of the old fable of killing the  goose that laid the golden zss-  And. what would bc true in the case cited, would prove equally true In  relation to any other industry. There are other aspects of this very complex problem, and it is important at this time that people should not dwell  too much on theories, but face actualities, fundamental principles, and the  concrete facts of the situation.  Calgary Offered  ������*-.>---  LV'P  Herd of Buffalo  b.ominl*q^f/:tfar|cps   Departments May  Turn ^jf^-.Z&roti. Ten to Twenty  .' ...     ^-f^'Animala.   -  If the^fcizens of Calgary will promise to ass������m^:responsibilifcy for & herd  of buffalQv$b������be placed, on the Sarcee  Reserve for the benefit of the public and visitors generally, the Dominion Park's Department may turn oyer  TI-rtlT,     f-A*.    Xrx    X.-.rx���������X..   ��������� Z���������.,. -Tt..x    t   --xr...  wu   xva vvyx^iiLj*-  ctmiiiais.        joui   UC-  fors anything is done hy the department, the citizens * must state the  amount of land they are prepared to  fence, the kind* of fencing to be used,  the grazing conditions on the reserve  and the^water supply. '���������*>  ^m^w !i  Canadian Structural  Materials in Demand  Value of This Production Increased  to a New Maximum.  During the war, building activity  was reduced to. a minimum, and tha  total value of the production of cement, clay and quarry products which  had reached a maximum of $30,809,752  in 1913 and fallen to $17,467,186 in  1916, increasing to $27,421^10 in 1919.  In 1920 the value of this production  had increased to a new maximum of  $38,184,848. While higher prices have  played an~ important part in this increase of over 39 per cent, in value tKe  actual . quantities of cement, briok,  lime and stone produced has been  considerably increase!! in ,1920 over  the  1919 production.  Elk For London Zoo.  Three elk were shipped from Vancouver,  B^C.  recently,  consigned  to.  the    Zoological    Gardens,,    London,  England.  1  THAT DRY COUGH  IS BRONCHITIS  If neglected, It will weaken the  throat and perhaps reach the* lung9.  Nothing esurer to help you quickly  than the healing soothing vapor of  Catarrhozone. Its 'action is magical,  every congested spot is healed, irrita-  -tion is soothed away, phlegm and  secretion are cleaned out, all symp-;  toms of weak throat, Catarrh, Bronchitis disappears. Catarrhozone is a  genuine, scientific preparation. Sold  .everywhere, in three sizes, 25c, 50c and  one dollar for a complete two months  treatment. Prepared by tin Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.  SPRING WEATHER  HARD ON BABY  The Canadian spring weather���������one  day mild and"*-bright; the next raw  and blustery is extremely hard on the  baby. Conditions are such that the  mother cannot take the little one out  for the.fresh air so much to be desir-  ~dZ He is confined to the house  which is so often over-heated and  badly ventilated. He catches cold;  his little stomach and boweis become  disordered and the mother soon has  a sick baby to look after. To prevent this an occasional dose of Baby's  Own Tablets should be given. They  regulate" the stomach and bowels, thus  preventing or banishing colds, simple  fevers, colic"or any. other of the many  minor ailments of childhood. The  Tablets are 'sold by medicine dealers  or by mail at 25 cents a box from  The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  Northern. Inland Fisheries,  The Northern Inland Fisheries have  had a very successful season, pxd the  Alberta Fish Company and the Meinnis Fish Company, together with  the Saskatchewan -fish companies,  have shipped about two million  pounds of fish Thc greatest, source  of production was Buffalo Lake. More  than 600,000 pounds of the catch was  marketed throughout the west, and a  large quantity shipped lo Chicago for  distribution.  Iron, according to Aristole, was  once extensively employed as currency.  Wireless for Northern Manitoba.  To put Northern Manitoba intct  direct communication with civilization, Dr. R. C. Wallace", commissioner  fon the north country, haa recommended the immediate installation of  tweleve wireless stations, costing $55,-  000, in the north. Dr. Wallace stated that there Is already built at the  Pas .otre big station, and he asks that  another be built, at Plquiconl with ten  "smaller one������ erected at Intermediate  points,  Lumber From vjpeace River,  Arrangements are being made to  ship 37,000,000 feet of timber .vots,  limits near Sawridge, on the*"Edmon-  ton, Dunvegan and British Columbia  Railway, which penetrates the Peace  River district, to the mills of tho  North-Western Lumber Company,  Edmonton.  PAIN IN THE LOINS  New York City -has more than  eleven thousand miles of paved streets  and sidewalks.  ranw  e.1."!*-1....:,.." in'.?.  tt-afyJL-^Bri-if e^aWT^^^^^tfyy������,���������^^^7^-^r^lftl^  L*-W--Tf->4^i^*^-f^W  It's Really Amazing  the amount of nourishment ���������  you'll find in a small dish of  Grape =Nuts  With cpeam or good milk added  Sweet fcrith its own sugar,  developed from the ftains in  the mating, this sturdy blend  oF wheat aiad malted barley  contains, in compact form and*  at low cost.tfie nutritive and  mineral elements needed tt>  build health and strength.  Driven Out Quickly  That dragging, < wearying sort of  pain makes life a misery to many people. This pain is due to a passive inflammation of the adjacent tissue.  Because every clrojfrubs in, because it  penetrates so deeply, Nerviline gives  a wonderful result. More powerful  because Ave times stronger, more  penetrating because it strikes  through soft tissue, more healing to  pain, Nerviline Liniment should be always on hand*,. Sold everywhere in  large 35 cent bottles.  German 'Crimes in Belgium  Some 7,473 Belgians Died'as Result  o. Occupation.  00*  According., to official figureg just  made public,* 7,473 Belgian civilians  dle(d as the result of tKe German occupation" q������ their country. Of these  4,939 civilians were shot by German  troops or. executed by order of the  German military authorities, 1,33%  died In prison, in which "'they were  confined by Germans, and 1,228 died  in the course of the- etiforeed deportations to Germany and thc French  front.  Asthma /Overcome. The triumph  over asthma has assuredly come. Dr.  J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy has  proved a positive blessing to the victim of asthmatic attacks. Letters received from many who haye tried it  form a testimonial-which leave* no  room for doubt that here is a real  remedy. Get It to-day from your  dealer.  Tha smoothest looking ode la  rough and pitted under tho  microscope. The powdered mica  in Imperial Mica Axle Grease  Ulla mthis roughness and makes  every rubbing surface smooth.  Grease -can then lubricate properly and will last twles aaiong  as it ordinarily would.    ..       >������������������  Imperial Mica Axle Greasa te  the- best and' most -economical  grease you can bjfy fo? g-e-te  wagons and trucks.  Leather la honeycombed witSs  pores���������'thousands  of them  to  ,*��������������������������� every square  Inch. To pro.  vent these  tiny openings from_  absorbing  dust, sweat  and moisture  use Imperial  -Eureka Har-'  nessOU.  It closes tip the pores of  leather and keeps it strongs  fltessdble and new-looking.  It contains no acids and  it will not turn rancid.  Farmers, teamsters and  liverymen use' and recommend it.  -Sold in  convoniont also*  by creators  everywhere.  ms  SS3S  uroeKTS  K^^tlmS ^n*-* SUE.  Have you a  canary? His  singing vrill  brighten the  home.  Instruction ������or Soldiers" Wives.'  Five hundred and seventy-sbc wives  of ex-Canadian soldiers, with their  hundred babies and fifty other children, were brought together at Edmonton "recently by the Home Branch  of the Soldier Settlement Board ' for  instruction hi farm and household  subjects. Arrangements were made  for caring, for ���������the babies whilst the  mothers attended lectures. It Is expected that before the close of the  winter 3,000 women will have attended these short courses, and more than  1,000 soldiers' wives have already  benefitted by the instructive, classes.  Brock's -will te������ep your bird in good voice  because tt will keep Mm in good health.  Brock's Book on Birds, 25c postage paid.  FREE sample of Brock's Bird Treat  -sent on-request  NSCMOLSON &  BROCK  73 MARKET ST.. TORONTO. ONT.  -BasanraariaBnasBaaoaEHflBaBnanaaBHBBB  OU On Queen Charlotte Islands.  Increased activity ts reported in the  matter of oil lands tn the Queen Charlotte Islands, and it is understood  that an American concern will shortly commence to develop deposits ol  oil shale found on the islands.  Heart Disease  Relieved In  30  Minutes.  Dr. Affnew's Remedy for lhe Heart t_iift~  perfect relief in all cases of Organic or  Sympathetic Heart Disease ia 30 minutes, and  speedily effecta a cure. It is n peerleM  remedy for Palpitation, Shortness of Breath.  Smothering Spells, Pain in I*ft Side, and all  oymptomd of a. ^.diseased Heart. One dots  convinces.  Minard'a. Liniment For Burns, Etc,  lyj^gya*^^  A Protest Long Delayed  Isn't it about time that the stationers manage to lay In some lead pencils which arc worth buying? Ever  since lhe war began wo have been  pitting up with* substitutes for burned matches and paying from five/to  ctfcht cents each for themMoo. Now urea 640 acrco.  our patience Is becoming exhausted,  and wc arc looking for a pencil with  thick, eott lead find j_ri~ which can  be sharpened-without Che lead breaking. We bought tWo pcnclln during  the last 48 hours, and paid six ccn.ta  (or one and seven for the other, nnd  neither of them was worth & darn.  We haven't had a #ood pencil In three  ycar^.-'Yorlc, Pa., Gazette.  Every workman In Japan wean on  hii cap an Inscription nlatlng his  business and his employer's name.  American Buys Farm.  Elmer Woodcock, of Jolictte, Illinois, has purchased a fully Improved section of farm land netyr Sperling,  Manitoba. He paid $50,000 for this  section, which Is tho equivalent to  about $78 per acre, a. a ucctkm mcas-  M������nard'������   Llnlmettfe  ������rh������rt  Por  Sale Every-  -mmma-.  I  A favorite dish of the Russians t������  a soup Into which sour cream is stirred Just before It Is served. ,  You aro not;  experimenting when  you uso Dr.  Uliaso's Oint*  ment for Bozemft nnd. Skin Irritations. It rcllovco at onco and gradually heals the Bkln. Sample box l>r.  Qhftfle's Ointment free It you mention this  paper nnd fiend 2a. stamp tor poatngo. ooc &  box i all doalovfl o. Bdm&uaon, Batea ~i Co.,  Limited, Toronto.  MONEY ORDERS  Buy your out ot town supplies with Do*  minion Express Money Orders. Fit* dol������  tars costs three cents.  Amsrica'a Pton*������f  t>i������C RemtidlSs  mammammiiiaimmamiimimm  BOOK. ON    m  DOO   DISEASE*  and How to Fetd  MalM, Krse   t������   a������r  Address  by tha  . Author  H.  CT.AY  C,T.OV15It  /  CO.,   INC.,  til   W������C   Slst-street,  Mew York. U.S.A.  JL  Cook's Cotton tKoot Compoimtt,  till COOK ME&ICINI CO*  ws  w. to Ut lASti  s'- ;i  Mm*  mm  mm . ������������������������������������*.,.,."'T' ;* '      ���������-'  *' '   .,...** -:.-'���������������������������.*: '_.'���������-.   .    ~  ^^^P^^^^^-^^^^^l^  ,.. -. .*--*v'.*j^**v*^iA;-t"J,:������"Ti  i*S������iPi?������I  *>'*js^*tj?-;iaS*;i  *  /  ;  -THE     REVIEW,     ORESTON,.    B.     C.  i  mm~i~mmmm0~m^i~mmt^Km-~m~m09m00m������mm~-~t~-m~m^-mm00^^  ,  *������  ���������*n>.  ��������� S?   *tf������S^������%  ' i* .rn���������- *~^*        - ._W'   ��������� ��������� _^.'���������  -f  <i������ j        Women. Engineers  V-   ^   * j Many  Branches of Profession  For  i tat*    ��������� .      ���������  TBSStf 70a want quick eoss*. -  ���������orttnff relief from ������ar  "wrtwnal" gMtin, era Sloan's  out ataloinf . -nibbing, bands-sing*. Use^elrforrhenn-u-Jtan,  Biftucalgia. aches aa<J ������ali-u*,  ftpraiaaand -strains, backache.  nu*>w> winnnlj������  Made In  Canada  4140  : At'"all  World tlappenirigs  Briefly Tolt  Whicli Women Are Suitable.  There are many branches of the en-J  glneering profession for which'.women  are eminently suitable.   Proof of this  is to be found in the remarkable*, success* of Miss Griff, the first woman to  become an associate member of the  Institute, of Automobile Engineers, of  Great Britain.     Starting as a motor  ejngineer. Miss Griff ultimately acquired such a knowledge of lighting installation, pumping plants, gas and oil  engines,   from   machinery, plow and  tractors* that she was able to establish herself as a successful consulting  engineer.     In England other pioneer,  women engineers are engaged in elee-1  trlcal .engineering,  civil  engineering, |  draughtsmanship, patient o^ce work,  -and the mechanical   side   of   X-ray  -work,:   * ���������-'.?... : .v  aaa-mWm. mm      mV. enaaAeu     Brmm  S.SSS   B~-WH--~   m-r  Use Road to  , ""'.'"���������������������������������  If tha liver fa right Che whole systems.  is better off.   Carie?'a ILiitieJLiv-e?  ir Sits  giWSaecu  yOU������ r^ff * * - ~-?.,:-*  Bluggiah, dogged-  np liver and re*.  Sieveconstipation, stomach  trouble, inactive bowels,  loss of apper  lite, sick headache and dizziness.   Purely vegetable.  Yon need them.  gasSaggB���������fiawtB Ssss-H5du& Psiss  Cost of the British Moiiarehy  /  Italy's ' redeemed territories celebrated their formal annexation with  great enthusiast)?. ;'Pp���������p'..?..j;-Z'  Sir Algernon West, secretary to  Wm. E. Gladstone when���������the latter  was British Prime Minister, has died.  Influenza in epidemic form has  broken out ..among soldiers belonging  to the United States occupation army  at Coblenz. -  EL M. Lewis, of the. fourth class  of the Ontario Agricultural College,  has been appointed an agricultural  missionary in y the West China University.     '."."���������'  About 2Q per cent..of U.S. school  children are not properly nourished  according to Mary G. McGormick,  New York state school supervisor of  nutrition.  By virtue of the hew treaty .between Turkey and Russia ^both parties undertake to recognize no International act relating-to one.parify  which is not recognized by the other.  The- case of'a man's heart ceasing  ������o beat for 14 hours and then rejourning, work i3 reported from Berne,  Switzerland, where a pastor of that  city, after being ' officially declared  dead, suddenly awoke.  Hundreds of medals, 'decorations  and citations, intended for^Anierican  veterans Of the war, but undelivered,  are in the hands of the Adjutant-  General of the U.S. army, who' has  appealed to the American Legion io  assist in finding their owners.      ��������������������������� Y  If Tormented With Corns  Use Good Old* " Putnams"  ���������It's really a siinple thing to remove,  your'cortis, and without, pain, if you  apply Putnam's Painless Corn:. Extractor. .,.' It acts like magic, lifts out  the corn, root, and branch, leaves the  skin^mooth as silk. * No failure with  "Putnam's," 25c everywhere. _  Life   would   not be so complicated  ifc there were not so   many   seif-ap-  rock of Cotton  HoMsspnn.  *****, j-l ���������������*#��������� a *4  tJ>\Jm-.-.ta\ia%M  leaders    who ��������� don't    know  where  they aregoing.-  Age-Herald. ������  -Birmingham  What One of the Best Known  Travellers in Canada Says  "Now X. am going* to fl-iva you an unsolicited testimonial, aa they say to the. patent  medicine a elver tis ins. Heretofore I have had  a profound contempt for patent medicines,  particularly co-called liniment-*. Perhaps  this lis due* to the reason that I have been  blessed with a sturdy ccartitut'us, and i-tave  never been ill a day in <*ay life. Ones-day  last fall after a hard day's tramp in the stash  cf Montreal, I developed a severe pain in triy  legs, and, of course, like a man who has never  had anything wrong with htm physically, t  complained rather boisterously. The good  little wife sayst "I will cvbs them with somej^  liniment 3 have. Go ahead)" I said. Just to  huatbr her. "Well, In she comes mitt, a bottle of MINARD'S LINIMENT and gets  busy. Believe ufe the pain disappeared a few  minute-3 after, and you can tell the world I  said so." -     .      '���������  CSiffaed> FRANK E. JOHNS. Montreal.  Easy to Get and Safe to Use.  Cold water and flour, mixed will at  ofece relieve the pain caused by burns.  British  Monarchs  Receive  Through 1  |  Parliament    Wliktever Y Amount  Nation Cares to Vote Them.  No country gets its Emperor, King:  or President at a more economical  cost, than does vxrcat - Britain, or Lo  speak more correctly the British Em- j g  pire. Its monarch's during the cen-I I  turies had acquired by hereditary  rights, by inter-marriages-and by Acts  of Parliament yast fortunes and immense incomes ' William EV. of his  own free will gave up all these rights  and incomes, and accepted instead a  greatly smaller sum to be voted by  Parliament. Queen Victoria, Kang  Edward and King George did-the  same,and now receive just what their  people, through Parliament^ care to  vote them. . The country receives  from the sums ceded very much mors  than it pays. So that the Empire Is  actually making money ������at of its  Sovereigns.  Wise mothers who know the virtues  of Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator always have it at'hand, because  it proves its value.  ;-1.   ���������        . i ��������� ��������� ��������� "**,. '  It is estimated that nine thousand  five hundred acres'of forest are being} a"m"otfnting to $1.0silS.  cut down every day of the    year to' -  supply pulp for paper manufacture.  ���������������������������' " '*-rZ- ���������';���������;' '���������  Caiiktira Shampoos  Mean H@a!fliy Hair  Especially ������ff preceded by touches  of Cuticura Ointment to spots ot  dandruff itching and irritation.  This treatment does much to keep |  the scalp clean and healthy oa&to  promote hair growth.  ������M9tS~.AH~~Bm~l~5~-i~9t~i .tScsml-  throughout theDominlon. CanadianDepots  tyamm.Limited. SMSt ?������aISU W.s ~ht-tnt&,  'Ca&cs~m3&Q&aSta7o~  Million Fire Loss In Alberts  Complete returns of fires and fira  losses for the year throughout Alberta  shogr    that   870    fire^" did  A Rer  Itch Cured tit iO ftCinUtes.  Itcit, Mange, and all contagious scratches  on human or, animal, cured in 30 minutes by  W6lfosd> Sanitary lotion.      At Druggista.  Big Steel Plant fot Coast.**.  Establishment of a large-steel plant  on the coast probably will be begun  early in the summer,, according to J.  H. Falconer, president of the. British  Columbia Manufacturers' Association.  He states that five representatives of  the largest steel operators in the  world had looked over the ground and  returned to England to*reporC  GLAD HE TRIED THE     '  TOMC TREATMENT  Through Its Use ifcrength and Vigor  ��������� Was Restored. 't <^ .  To be tired after exertion is riatur^  al. Rest and food restore the body-  to normal after such fatigue. But to  be tired all the time is a symptom of  an anaemic condition that will not^be  corrected until the blood is built up.  Such an anaemic condition is ,so  gradual in its approach and generally  so lacking in actue^pains   that   it   ia!  Remedy for Earache.���������To have  the earache is to endure torture. The  car is a delicate organ and few care  to deal with - it, ^considering it work  for a doctor;* Dr. Thomas!^Eclectic  Oil Soffers a simple remedy. ~\ few-  drops upon a piece of lint or medicated cotton and placed In the ear will  do much in relieving pain.  k.*  Tlie signature of William Shakespeare written* on the wall of Hampton  Court Palace, and dated I606f ha*  been pronounced authentic.  "Cold in the Head ?���������  bss acat������ attack of Nasal Catarrh.  P-sr-  Tho. Many-Purposo Oil.���������Both In  the house and_atable there are scores  of uses for Dr. Thomas' Eclcctric Oil.  Use It for cuts, bruises, burns, scalds,  the pains of rheumatism and sciatica,  sore throat and chest. Horses are  liable vefy largely to similar ailments  and mishaps as afflict mankind, and  are equally amenable to the healing  influence of this fine old remedy  which has made thousands of firm  friends during the past fifty years.  66 Trans-Canada " Limited  To Commence May 22  Pains About  the Heart  Fast Schedule Which Has Proved So  ANY * derangement o������   the     Popular   Will   Bo   Maintained  "*"* heart's action ������a alarming Thte Year.  Frequently   paina   about   the   t ���������*   'Trans-Canada'r   service^ will  heart are caused by the forma- M, lna������ftrated on Sunday, May 22nd,J  "   *     ������"w>������-'"������w w������7*v*������i������     whcn the aummer timetai,ie becomes*1  3y Marie Belmont. _  Cotton    hoh?.espuri"; is a d^|ghtfui  shade of green is, the inate'riar chosen  -   *   -   ��������� *        -fa      -   "  for the fashioning"of this attractive]  dress for the early.days of spring.' Xt  shows the long-waistedreffect that is  so much in stylel Th-s skirt is divided into several panels that partly conceal -the straight underskirt. Tnese  are ornamented . with openwork  rosettes that are piped with pink taffeta. Thc Buster Brown collar Is  set off by a pink silk tie. The sleeves  are long and wide-mouthed. This  feature is accentuated by the slash  that extends almost to the elbow. Decorative motifs enhance their appearance".   -  Jews May Have Mercantile Marine.  It ts possible that in the near future the Jews will possess their own  mercantile* marine. The first ship to  fly the blue and white flag of Zion  was the "Hecolutz," which sailed  from Jaffa recently. She. waa owned  and manned by Jews.  COULDN'T DO HOUSEWORK  tion of ffaa jtrisins^ from indigestion.  - Relief from thla condition la  obtained by tho tfte of Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Fills.  Chronic indigestion results  friam slugrgish liver ,actionrcon-  atipation. of the bowels and  Inactive kidneys.  Baoauiw De, Chane'* Ktdnet-y-Llver  Pills arouse these organ* to activity  th������y a.ftord lasting reUeC Cor Indigestion And overoom*������ the -mur annor-  Ing ixymntoma. V  KidiK'ijIiviiiil^Us  less    liable    to    coids.      Repeated attacks ������6  Acutfc Catarrh may lead to Chronic Catarrh.  HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is taken  Interoallyand ac*ts througfi the Blood ontfaft  3yatera.  Druggist* 75c. -. Teatimonials free. .  100.00 for anj-, case of catarrh that HALF'S  ;?$100.00    for    any-   case.-.'oi    catarrh/, that'**������..  HALL'S  CATARRH   MEDICINE  wSt  ���������ciirft .'.*������������������-"        *������������������>        .. '���������'���������.  Z ?.; J. Cheaes; & Co., Toledo, Ohio.    *  aot  so lacKing xi\ accue pains    cnai    i.    ia i soas who are aubject to frequeat "colds in ths  often difficult to persuade the euffei*-! head"   will   find   that   the   use of HALL'S  er-'to. do anything for it.      But it is   CATARRH  MEDICINE  wUi  build  up .the  not-a condition that corrects itself. If ��������� gS^'.-Jl?^ ^.m������������L^L7^~B^  tM^bloo^is not enriched the trouble  will   increase.      The  nerves   will  be  undernourished.   and^ netolgl^pains^^S^^^f^^a^  Will   follow.       Digestive   disturbances^     All Drug-gist* 7Sei    Teatimonia  often resuityfrom thin J>!oodi *sleep ISi;  disturbed  and  a";*' general breakdown*-  may occur. .-;���������"' .-'��������� Za-'Z  ;;  I .* Mr. Wilson Johnson, Nineveh, N.S.,  I says: "A few years ago   ray   system.  was- in a badly run down cotfdition.  MyJnprves seemed always   oh .edge,  and-I-found "myself so weak that I  cbuld-hardly do any work.   I suffered  from headaches and: from   pains   in  the backvand under the shoulders, and _  ���������Agras' often so sleepless at night thati*^et"  when morning came I felt as tired as '  when I went to bed.     I was taking  medicine all the time, but it was doing  me no good. 'Then I read the testimonial of a man whose condition had |  -Eagles have been known to fly'tp'a  height of 6,00d feet. A lark will rise  to the same height, and so will crows.  As_ a rule. It is. said, birds do not  fiy at a- greater   height   than ��������� -1,000  Miller's Worm Powders will not  only expel worms from the system but  will induce healthful conditions of the  been similar to mine, and who sTrong-'system tinder which worms  can no  ded Dr.  Williams*  Pink | longer thrive.     Worms keep a child  effective, thc first trains leaving Montreal^ Toronto and Vancouver oh that  day.  The "Tr^ns-Canada" Limited will  be an exclusive sleeping car train  with all steel equipment, which has  bcen specially designed and-built for  this service at the Company's Anguo  Shops, Montreal, and mark Iho highest degree of excellence and trayol  comfort.  The fast schedule which proved oo  pojiuljtr with the travelling public last |  summer will be maintained'this year.'  ;TraInt 13 and 14 *!Soo-Paclflc Express," will commence operation between, St. Paul and Vancouver effective Sunday, June 5th. This will  make fottr trains which the Canadian  Pacific will operate to and from ih������  Coast dally during the cummer  months.  '������������������������������������������������������������������������'���������"������������������W**'***^^  y/. w. u. imi  Minard'e Liniment For Dandruff  HEART SO BAD  Many women become run down and  worn out by their household cares and  duties never ending and' sooner or  later find themselves with weak hearts  and shattered nerves.  When the heart becojnes weak and  the nerves unstrung, It Is Impossible  for a woman to look after her household or social duties. The least little exertion or excitement leaves her  In an exhausted condition, and not fit  to do anything.  On the first sign of any weakness  of the heart or nerves, you will be  wise If you take a course ol, Miiburn's  Heart and Nerve Pills.  Mrs, Daniel- Beaanson, Loganvtlle,  N.S.> writes :~-"Aa I was troubled  with a weak heart for nearly two  years I am writing to tell you what  your great remedy, Mllburn'e Hfc&rt  and Nerve Pills, has done for me.  My heart was no bad at night I  could not sleep; I would lake smothering npelln, and X waa so weak X  could not do. my housework. X tried]  two doctors, but'got no results, A  friend advised me to try Miiburn's  Heart and Nerve Pills. X have used  etxboxes, andl am completely relieve  ed. X think they are the best medN  ctns for heart troublo there Id."  Price 50c A box ������t all dealers or  mailed direct on receipt of price by  I The T. Milburn Co., Umltod, Tor-  I onto, On% ���������  Iy recommen  Pills. I decided to.give this medi  cine a fair trial, and when I had taken six boxes I felt much better. 'X  continued taking the pills until I had  taken six more boxes, and I can only  say I am glad I did so, as ������ am now  enjoying the best of health, and I ad-  vJse all men who feel run clown to  give these pills a good trial."  D-r Williams' Pink Pills can be obtained from any dealer tn medicine,  or by mail at SO cents a box or six  boxes tor $2.50 from The Dr. Williams M<?d-talne Co., Brockville, Out  ^  . -u     -    .|ir-   ^  Dafcyinff in Alberta  Edmonton, tho   Largest   Creamery  ���������Butter Manufacturing Centre In ���������  .Canada, '  There are unlimited opportunities  for engaging In dah,v farming In the  pratrle provinces of i^lbcrta) Saskatchewan and Manitoba. \ The production of creamery butter \taa Increased  from 14,000,000 pounds In 1915 to  about 27,000,000 pounds in 1919. The  city of Edmonton, Alberta, Is the'  largest creamery butter manufacturing centre in Canada All the provinces have well organized dairy departments which give every possible |  assistance to the industry; and as a  result of their efforts the^ manufacture  of butter has been'standlfrdlzcd to a  high degreo,  f t X  Whan Holloway'g Corn Remover  Is applied to a corn lt kills the roots  and the callosity comes out. without  injury to the flesh.  in a continual state of restlessness and  pain,* a.nd there can be no comfort for  the little one until the .'cause of suffering be removed, which can be easily  done by the u~~ of these" powders,  which are^ery effective.  f.  There *re 12,004,325 telephone subscribers In the United StatesY giving  an average of one telephone to about  10 persons. *  To Offer Rich Fruit, Lands.  Xt li announced that the British  Columbia Government will put 22.000*  acres of land (n the Irrigated district  at Ofioyoai, Okanagan Valley, one of  the richest fruit growing areas In tho  l~W.ortd, on the market cartj*\ la tho  ���������prlrif.  Minard's Liniment Relievo* Heunolfta  LIFE WHS *  MISERY TO HER  ���������   .*    '   '    '-, "'   -.0- ''        T-    'T'm> . ���������  *���������' ��������� ��������������������������� >0mm**tmmmmmmmmmmB  Says this Woman Until Re-  lieved by Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound,  Owfch Sound, Onti���������*^I suffered for   -*xl-female organlo trouble,  neuralgia and Indi-  geatlon, and waa  weak ana had such  bad palna I could  hardly walk or stand  up at times. When,  I would oweep X  "would have to go and  Uo down. X could  not sleep at nffrht,  and would.wander  around tlie house  half tho timo. I tried  mmm everything butnoth-  _ig did me any good, and the lost doctor I hod told mo ho never expected  me to be on my feet again or able to deft day's work. One day one of your  tittle books was left at my door ana my  luaband said X should try a bottlo of  Lydia B. Plnkham'a Vegetable Com-  pound. IthankGodIclld,forltrolloved  tne, and I am now well and strong. I  think there Is no remedy like the vegetable Compound for anyone who has my  troubles, and have reoommended It to  my neighbors. Youconpubllshroylettcr  for the benefit of those I can't reach."  -Mrs, Henhy A. Mitcheix* 1767 7tb  Ave., teaat/Owan SoundC^On?-  ti. Plnkhora Medlolne Co.. Lynn, Mass.,  for helpful idvto* itfm ttm ������ft charge.  you have onyaymp torn about which  ye^weuldl0r^to.f^.ewj^       theLydiii. ."*���������>  -_    ^      ,      r^-t     ,;   --.'^x^   \l,x-  .   4     "  >  THE  CSEST33   KEVIEW  I       ^^������l        -0X00004t~m        D  ������^raa������.I  Fob Sale���������Tomato plants, healthy  ���������stock.    R. Stewart. Greston.  Fob Sale���������Female, goo t, 1 year old,  well bred, $25.    C. Blair, Eriekson.  There will be Sunday school at Holy  ���������>>oss chm-en oo Sunday nest at. 11 a.m.  Mh-9. Boles of Calgary,'Alta.. arriyed  last week on a visit Us heir sister, Mrs.  Pettigrew.  Crisco ih better than lard, SI, for Si-  pound, tifl,. at. Manuel's, opposite Sevan's garage.  O. O.' Rodgers wap a business visitor at Spo&ahe a couple of days the.lat-  fcer part of the week.  r  WATCH, POR NEXT  WEEK'S" ADVT. .  leattte-Oafway  Egos Fok Hatci-ungk*-S.C. White  Leghorns,-Ferris 284-egg strain, $2 per  sisting of 15.    W. Burgess, Creston.  Mrs. Genest, wife of -Mayor Genest  of Cranbrook, was a Oreston visitor on  Tuesday, tbe guest of -Mrs. --A.-.-B.  Swanson.  '        ~J  Tho vital statistics for April show  three births, no marriages and one  death! * Of the newcomers two were  girls and one boy.  Lo3T���������On April 16th, along C.P.R.  track in neighborhood of section house,  pair of glasses. Reward, to finder.on  leaving same at Review Office.  Poultry Vv"anted���������Will pay the  highest cash price for hens; roosters  also taken. . QoiTg .Barney, Pacific  Restautant, nexfMawson's store.  For the flrgfc time in many months  all four churches in Creston- had evening service, simultaneously on Sunday evening, with a grand total attendance of ISO.  There was a big exodus of the Creston Indians to   Elko   on   Wednesday,  '.where they are  joining -with   the Tobacco plains reds iir fche "nmmal ascension time ?festivities.' *  There will be but one service in the  ^Presbyterian,church  this Sunday���������at  7.80 p.m.,   when-Rev.   Dr.'Eby   will  preaslg.     The Snnday school will convene as usual, at 10.30. '  The next   services   at   Holy   Cross  j Church, will be .pn Sunday, May 15th,  and from that timeon FafcherBessefcte  is making arrangements to take ser-  1 vice here each alternate Sunday.  Presbyterian synod, being one of the  representatives bf the' Kootenay "Pres  bytery* ���������-.--. ^  The trout Sshiag season opened on  fiioijGay, And a number of the anglers  report catches in the-Goat that indicate fishing to be better than it was in.  the. stream at the opening, of the seas *���������  on last ^ear.        .       ' . . *     *  which will be of special interest to the  ladies* As there is considerable important routine business to dispose of  a large attendance is hoped for.  Mo'ani&ls "View dairy-  t*u*.o i������q#   **���������**���������  it  tt~.tw^   juoc   p<CV   CSt  1 IsiBtgil  Members of the Rod & Gun Club are  reminded of special meeting to be held  at the G.W.V.A. icorns nest Monday evening at 8.30. A full turnout is  specially'desired or this occasion.  / Rey. G Knox was a business visitor at Cranbiook the latter part of the  week, where he was attending the-  quarterly session of the East Kootenay district of the Methodist  church.  Rev*. Ji A. James got away on Tuesday to Vancouver, whet-e he is attending th-e, annual  meeting of the B.C.  r  51 urns rrcut s boronsi  jc  LIMITED  Distributors of all Orchard and  Farm Products  msm  1 "For Sale���������Ex tending, dining table,  shown in Eaton's catalogue, page 804,  No. 28M08. Also, washing machine,  Eaton catalogue, page * 30Ot. No._ 23  X-90O1. Perfect condition' Box 10,  Wynndel. B.<3.  ���������_ Women's Institute- members aTe further reminded that a supply of cake is  required to serve-to* partakers of refreshments at the sale of cooking and  produce to-morrow afternoon, May 7th  in Speers Hall, -  . A sale of househoyld^tetieles by auction is announced for Saturday afternoon at'the McCreath barn, at 2 o'clock  when Ron. Stewart is disposing of his  effects, whieh include a. heavy wagon.  The terms are cash.  The May meeting of Creston Board  of Trade is called for Tuesday night,  at ' which the municipal committee  should have-arvery complete report*to  'make on the proposed village municipality for Cre'ston.  ���������    ^ ���������      \     ���������   '  .'  Conductor "Rabisehaud is in charge  the C.P.R. steam ditch clearing outfit that coiiimencedN wOrk on Tuesday  on the stretch of track between Creston and Goatfell,' making over-night  headquarters sit Cre&tosi. - -   '-  * it,  '.trS  There will be no.service in Christ  Church on Suhday. Rev. H~. parley  being absent holding services at Lister  and Canyon.. If it is at .til f������nss5b!e he  intends to give' Sundav service once a  'month or oftener at outlying points.  B. Nelson of New Denver arrived  on '���������'nesdny has taken a position on  the grocery side of .the S. A. Speers  Fourth street store.. He has taken the  Reid cottage on McLeod Ave., and  will move here toresidealmost immediately. '     1  i  Announcement was made on Wednesday that S. A. Speers had been the  successful bidder ",00. the slock of the  general store at Lister, which was off-'  ered for sale by Render in March, the  store there having been closed since  April 1st. *        '     :   *   **.  H. K. Oatvyay w_as the highest bidder on the Ford touring oar recently offered for sale byt bhe- .Land Settlement  Board at Lister. 4.Htj is having it overhauled and brought-up to date by installing the' elected YHght arid self1-  smarting, features. "- X *  '  -A * xrx i 5. ..*'-*-  * Ben, -McCrei&ht,-. ���������f'hp.. -has;, biad .th$  Hatfield-barber shop' ;undei". jepqe.-for  _*tr '        a*     '     s . - * ' 1 '  new delitfet-y wagon on the i-oute. - It  is a covered-sn conveyance that ensures dust proof delivery.' 'Mr, Jackson is also installing a cooling system  by which all milk will be cooled dov$n  to the proper temperature before,  going out for delivery in hot weather.  J. -Smith of Nelson, fche^ Mason &  Risch pirihoHHrm representative in the  Kooien'sys, *������������������-*������hereon a business vis--  ijc, Saturday, For last year the tivot'-  br&nch at Nelson averaged sv sale of a  pigno eyery other working day of the  year, almost a dozen of weich instruments went, in to Creston Vallev homes  pro-  Mr. Barrigan of Stronie, Alta.. is a  business visitor in Creston this week,  and has decided to open out in the tinsmith and plumbing line in town. He  has -secured-a temporary shop near  Morrow's blacksmith shop,, and expects his.outfit-of working tools and  othei-.equiprnerit along in  h     ^Cnr    tdLtc*. jf er������������  To-night's entertatntnsnt fea.tu.re is  the mission band's .presentation of  "Mother Goose a hcT Her Missionaries,"  along with'the:*,-Mite Box Convention?'  and other concert numbers, in Mercantile Hall at 8 30 prompt. The evening's  proceeds will go to ���������he Chinese Famine Fund.   ��������������� 'Adlilts 50c., children 25c.  April weal her was on ��������� the cool side  throughout, the only heat wave being about the Ilth, " when '67 in the  shade.was registered. , * The ���������cdfcle������t~  toiich being on the 8th, when the mercury got down-SS���������aboye. For "the  month there was an inch of rainfall,  bringing the total pj-eeipl'tatioa since  end of August "up to 1*7 inches. *  ZX.  P. MacKenzie of Victoria,  vincial  grazing    commissioner,   -.was, ,..  .here on an official visit* oyer the week*? ^  end. returning on Tisssday. "Owing fco  it beissgnecessarv for-'hiro to ,be 'pr-^^-  J     ������ Tj " ' 4.^0.      .        %  ent at, this^ month's, conf*srence,^eViji������ '*  India n depar ttnent officials attempting <  to adjust differences that have arisen  between She reds, and -whites at different points in B.C. as to hay cutting  Mr. MacKenzie w^H-hardly be.here for  the Stockbreeders Association annual  meeting later this month. ��������� ..  ..-It is-officially "announced thafe^for -  the taking of ~ho Dominion census  next Eiionth two ^naines-ators'W^fUfbef  employed for the C^e^ton Valley ar^a,. -'  opo of whom will cover, the territory"  as far west as Boswell,- white the other  will take country ea-^t to almost Ta^k.  Remuneration will be at,a rate of so  run Ji per name, with" an extra allow-  ancpfor the other details that hays to  be gathered. The cost of .taking the  census for the whole of Canada is es-  tjaiated to -cost on an average of IS  cents per nauie.  Creston Valley and- the regions tri*  butary thereto"is consuming gasoline   -  at the rate of better than 2.000 gallon*  a month, and a demand for coal oil of   ..'  almost equal dimensions, according to ���������  H. S. McCreath,  who is in charge of  the   Imperial' Oil   Co.   station   here.  Last week he unloaded another 5,060*  gallon tank of gas which  accounts for  an import of gas of 25,000 gallonf for  just a little over ten months, while for  the same period he has handled close  to 23,000 gallons of coal oil.      Since he  opened the warehouse in June of last  year almbs������ 5400 gallons of lubricating  oils have been brought in.  ������������sr  ���������&  ~������������amma*������ S&-T TM  We specialize in clean sales and quick returns..  ,   -  AH shipments handled by us are sold on their merits, and  returns made promptly on each individual shipment.  Last season we made returns on all Small Fruit "shipments  every ten days; carload shipments every fifteen days from date  of shipment, and obtained for Growers the highest prices paid by  any selling agency in B.C. *  We expect to heat this record this season. "���������-'���������  No Grower can afford to take chances on the marketing of  this season's crofc>.  We offer you expert salesmanship backed by secure responsibility.  The baseball season .was officially  opened oiv< Snnday afternoon, when  the Creston and Wvnndel teams hook-  ed up in a seven-inning game, the decision going to Creston by a 14 to 5  score- The visitors were shy a couple*  of last year's regulars which* in prfrt  accounts for their rather poor showing  The fans came through with' a $6  thank offering. "'   ~~   *  The fall fair directors haft a meeting  at!'Secretary    Walmsley's   office^  <j>jr.  Tuesdaynighfc, the- feature*- of .which  was a progress Ttepqrt from the prize  ]i8t committee', .webjeh  indicates: that  . g^  a more attractive"lufc1 of awards will b&j    V"^(  made afc thiVW^eihiiifcidtt.tHab^^lv- *.  er kefore.   Col^tiffer^j^^ ?H3 don-'  atingacuR* whijeh-,*wiH he offered fog  competition in the'pqultrjrclass. Y   "'':  : Ther Oreston   Yonng*People's  Cftib  membercuy^re out in "full foree^^r tpta  last week's ,meeting, *rvt ,the hoine.of*.  Mrs. ,Gaiiand. the^musical and Ufcei-ary  Mrs. Stace Smith and family take  this means of expressing their-fullest-  appreciation of the -sympathy -and  .many kindnesses shown them in their  recent bereavement.  TWU-ACnE TOWS FB8?ESTY FO?. SALE    -;        ,   *   -'  Ideal home  'site,1'   'Place   has "five-  rooms, cottage;   two   acres   of  land,  with oneac-re^ in 12 year old orchard,;  and other acre ready to plant.     Good  barn and poultry house,   with wat&r  at both, house and* barn.     Will.giye  immediate possesion. ,.^pply,J. LBI^lf  HOtT, Cretjton, B.C. ~~    'Z  t  "-'   -    '   '-'        *       -      -   1 , j ~- L?*���������-.- \ .���������'-i--  i  K  t|ie.*n$l.of .the nionfe^, ,a,nd \s moving  to' West ,Ci-eston, whVi;e he and Mr.  ���������Neiwherry^are going\ ihto cattle on'the:  Chas. Meakin rit.i������e,  - *i  the past" yea^r, "gave^ipjpossessions at" com|i������lfc.tees,proyiding"the programme  \vP      r,   * j.*      Ll   *-..--j . -'-���������- Mt, and Mrs.,Lyne will haye thecliib^s  ,ia������tmeeting:������of'"kthe' season" ax^tjiett;  Aoj������e" on^Priday   night, * May,' -Mh.  Xvh&ti akt^heJ committees willi liayfr >:  hand ittjiJ*<Q������fdl,ng, the? evenuigfsenteW  tainnient.  CUPS AND SAUCERS  at  IIC PCD  h07  .03 rtli uUl.  m  These have been Belling regularly at  $4,25,.,.but for one week we offer a  "ri'i-.i brand new shipment at $3.85.  Remember there are only .50 Dozen  in the lot, and the price i������ for Otwh  Helling only.  ���������'���������    ''i','-J     . ti ;:*.'���������;, ;,,       ' ..: * * ���������'''.'" ���������'  Th ��������� JK v a*    TI Tf' -T m~^H 'xf^i'^ "Wkk T * *       Vfc Tl*,,hi xf^^. rW,mt Tf  Tf "hp"% TT^eii f*-*t  IVI A W JS��������� 1PSJ    ,KK( 1 I H H^NIN  A    ���������   *s-m*.   4m~.    \    -Hie*- (    , ���������       ���������    ������      m~~JF    ^*0amtr     4~-~ *!-���������     , t        * ..ma^aW amWm     mm-    ^m^m-tW *M-. -Mn       Jm*   t4M'i4~m~0  JU*    lHw 9%mJr  Better'fif5ervice General Merchants Lower Price*  ~m  Meakin r&.ii  ������-- *.  ��������� *.  W. P. Attridgc of,.the .Sash & Door  Co., Cranbrook'u after dinner raconteur de luxe, was a\,visitor . h.e*-e on  Saturday, taking a look t ver the Buick.  auto at the Bevan parage, which the  customs department-is offering for sale  to the, highest bidderr   ,  The,trap and. a supply of 1000 clay  pigeons lists been recjfeiiyed by^the Rod  efe Gun Club, who expect to inaugurate  their weekly trap skirts immediately,  an ideal location-for'ithe sport having  been seoured in the^rteighboi'hood of  theArrowsmilh.ronclv; ,.'-..'.���������     ~~~  Mesdames Watsoij and 0. Moore  swelled the 'fcreasuryjjQf Christ Church  Lndies'Guild by nlinoHt $17, ne a result of the tea and raffle at the Watson home on Satin-day aftei-iioon.  Chas. Moore held thW- winning ticket  in the raffle of a ewer-fret cap. '���������  The re-organizntion meeting of Crcs-  ton bticeball club.on .-Pi-May night was  well attended, iind yfroin present"up-'  p.-mrances the best ball HeirtBon-'eyeris  assuietf foriO^l.' APthi^r, IFrench was  the.unanimous choice, for ,.president,  while Roy Telford '-will captain the  team. ' .' .  ���������,.  .,j  (',  t -. ��������� ���������-,' -i i*.*. ��������� j. -.        i   *'��������� ,*��������� '*'    ���������  H. Lathromby ,of Wycliffe arrived  on Saturday, and ban ��������� tuken cbatfi^ of  the Hatfield bai-hei?**1 shop. A nevf  lighting system 1ui*d heen Installed anjd  fche place will be repainted and renoy-  ated throughout, making 11 equally us  attractive uh any other tonnoral e������tab-  liHhmont in town.     ;  * < ' p '*  Miss Hurt veil, advance representative for tho Dominion chnutauqiM,  waa a visitor hare on<Priduy, and had  a i!nnfor<������nco with the IioiwIb^ of the  commitUm'h t^iat Ari'hapdllngCi'eHton'B  ������lx day clutntui^pia.! J^ln t''y<fjtr,''.'������i.u!ijl,  which la booluid to iippear here, June  0, 10, 11, IH, 14 and 161       -  The May,,rn������efttrng fof U),e Wo,meri!B;  InBtitute is.announced for Fridav af-  Uttntsfsn ncstt. the feature^of which  will bt* a papt't- by Mru. Mallandalni*,  BOOK AG&NT     - -  FintanfiiairGdV^rnp^ent^wnesvhin and  Co-Ope^tt.ive:BfJofe9:ftnd I^kmtohfet^a  ' specialfcy.YWritSKfo^priQe Tlst^ ~ <,,  ALBERT A  The Ljidies Guild of;: Chrii^-JQIwifc^  are already getting things in shape foi���������  their an.nual -Coiinitry ?"air oni TTiVesday;  May 24fch. The''fail* features Hwill 136  in the afternoon; and to this, the ad������  roiKsion will be free, while at night  there will be a high class concert,  which will be followed by a dance and  supper. Mesdames Lister and Gar  lad will .play fof the dance, and the  charge for concept, supper and dance  will be only 76c  ��������� High water mark in* ranch renftils-ia  recorded this month in the leiiHt'. of the  Joe Tolerico place adjoining town to  Dong Barney, the well,known Chlr.wHe  fruit and vegetable magnate, who.is  reported to he paying $8000 for three-  year lease of the property, which does  not include more than six acres of orchard and auiull fruits, Barney Is oat  to bring tha place up to maximum  production;, lanfc week, he'unloaded a.  carload vof. fertlli*er which he bad-  shipped in. from Kitchener.    ,  if-  ���������i%yf-.:*,, ���������jp'i'ZZ'- Y' ���������'!  ittiiy^etting^  - *'��������� ''ii--*mif'ii^^  '.. ;^his'''week^''"'.":  '"fli  mmm  .������������������it,  V:  ���������rr  "m  Auto,P������m������  ���������.__���������' . .1 J>- X      . .....       \r    ���������!   -  g^P^l^   ; yfeedol^ifa ^    ';    Dominion Tires>nid Tube^  .; ,AAiithft)rized Foird Swviee ;Stiition.  Prompt andEfficimnt Livery Sercte-tr atalltimen.  C.  mmm  update &RO&Z  pmonm at  ixiitnm.'iitmi4m0m404ttmmm4Aim~  .,,  1 .XL:.  '.|������*!>  #*���������  *4,f-" **l*f������'  ."J  , 'J  ���������* 1*  i  ���������n              '  t  -    ���������  1,  ���������Ai  Xtx~.  '. 1*4.1  -** i  !*'       if  i      H-.  Zj.Z."i  S*** '\ *1  ,mt*mnimj*0%0t*i.

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