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Array =dPPWr^^^s^  ������*-Xv''v _ ,- .*VJ-'i. V*eYV*d'*vT w^v i&x&airsiribtiv0i&r-^ J  ~'Lr'''Pr'':.?-..;. -^KpiAPsii  SiV~*Vv,.,;^:*/.K^  rAL,  ./-  ?SP  Vol. XIIi:  CIESTON, B. CC;  Creston Triumphs  j-w ���������~~v>Om'%B& me  *&m*<  "Sfm  The Creston-Erickson game on Wednesday night|gave'a big booBt to local  baseball enthusiasm. The score, was  10 to 9 in favpi*������f Creston and indicated the closeness.of the play.  The game- wasr to have been called  at the end of seven innings so that iir  would riot interfere with the" theatre,  but Bot$i players and��������� crowd were so  enthusiastic that everything else was  forgotten and the full nine innings  were played.. " ^__  ,Wb?2 Creston ^-ent. to bal/ at the  last half of the ninth the score stood 8  to Bin favor of Erickson. O. Bayies,  pinch-hitter for Crcteton.' scored the  JtJeing run after a heart breaking trip  around the bases. Some of the Erick-  - son fans claimed jthat Bayies was put  out at le*st four times,' bnt in spite^of  fche volume of evidence the umpire^  who claims to have friends in, both  towns * refused to agree. 'The score:  directors are HL B: Vernon, who was  chairman of the organization meeting.  Jas. Duncan, John Bird- and'B,Xang-  ston, jr. ��������� Working caph capi^il of al-  ttiost 830QO"i6 insight, :and tfce comS-  pany starts off with about {^ share*  .holders. "^The -company will operate'  the store Oh a spot cash basis. ���������fliri-  Speers has--removed, all his unsold  stock to Creston and at the very earliest possible date Mr. Mitchell will  again .be doing business at the old  stand.  MAY 20, 1921  No. 16  vigZZ-  ��������� *~j-  'p*.. A. *  Rev. JYA^Jamfca Prf Creston will bji  here ^jtwe^fitf-t^fiis on*^ffiuday foi- the  usual ttreMyt^ri*(.n ~ #^vice in the  schotqlhOtlselY ??Z&-P'Zk  -' "^"-"r-" jCjy   r~P--P&; -.  ^ '*?  Chester PauIsSp of S^kan������^and Mr*  Mtievsoti of ^c7^^>not^tfed .op from  Spokane, on Slind&r, Hid spent the  week-end her������.; J  W&st On  UiBiCKSO^  B������llLongY2b. 3  McEelvey. ss .....J2  Tejfordi. o~P.���������~....X-  G. Craigie, ab......O  -E. Craigie, p. 1  Fred Boffey, cf _!  W. Loner. If- 1  Sao^, lb  I  Gonawin, rf 0  OBE������TO������ ���������  Taylor* p~'. ...A...I  Bruce: ^b,.^������������������Y.3-  Bomano.'TfY :..\  &_ Gobbett, c 1  A. Swanson. lb..O  A. Gobbett, cf._0,  McLeod, 2b 2  Avis, .S������,v* 1  Patterson, rf. 0  m.m.rml   mmt.vfi*  Bayle..,.  9.  W  A return game will he played;Wednesday, t&e25th^and; we .can'siifely. ������ay  that-a record crowd will be in atteaa-  ance.       xn&jgttme wm he called for 7   1 . J.000J-1 *_���������-- tt-nr.**!-  Snrayinw " operations "vera ur.de?  way Here last week, the Slnmi&ns-  rancn'oeiug tne -urst to cuninience.  There-is an exceptionally fine show of  bloolh on the Northern Spies in this  orchard-this year.  '' Tom Harris had a crew at work on  the-Goat River bridge on " Tuesday  elearingit of the driftwood that had  I������*3������*b fended op on it by the flood waters of the frive-r the-latter part of-the  week.   '���������* ^iAngus .Ous-j-ie. is making -a decided  improvement on his ranch here by the  erection of quite a commodious rbuga-  low'residence^  ,- ,    v' "���������"* P--p^-'-.,'&r-r������r^ii-  J. Crowe of theu Kit&hener  _ - - .*���������*> *rt_ji4u? 4-0 sx  Cofiap^ny jQ&bigiB ?o^.;^unday  Timber  after  &> Door .Co... left on������ Monday for Crao-  broQk, Mrs. Ragotte accompanying  him.  Provincial police officer Vaehon paid  Kitchener an official   visifc on Sunday.  G. A. Hunt left on- Wednesday for  Erickson, working on his ranch at  that point.  Miss .Clara .Hurt was a vve^k-end  visitor with fi-iends  Mr. Wood  I Co. teturned  CM-P~ Officer,  Drowned Sunday  ~xt. C]vi~j%T\~\vtr\r\hr  mmtaJ    -0^Jm. ajmpAs m+m -.r-a^aimt.  an of the Saeh Ss Door  on  Monday after spend-  spendingW^%^li^y Vancouver4iTJg the week-end in Cranbrook  ^r. Ragqfe ^hol^been employ- ..  Ml.. Lloydt pi,opi.ietor of the  ed for several: ������������onths; ^feith  the Sash  VI UM.  Li"  ~JL  ������������������r  -5T  MUSIC  m  DR  .. .  x*Ltt-'':'^2Jgcsf^.  Bev.  for  <Zyp  .|4r8.-Fieneh got back on Friday  froui-a week's visit with ber sister at  Grand Foi-lts.  ��������� Mrs. John Stephens is expected to  arrive here therlutter part of the week  ���������and -will remain nntil early fall fcssfqre  retnraii^ to T������icdnift, Wash  -FrortT'-preeeijHt app^arancefe^h* end  ���������^4^������4^.^^-*^'J>|ies^eee^^wiS he the latest dateoiS  -*JT��������� *������$&.-.>?,  '-i^^fii-l the- **���������!������> o������ar,|ft^ made toJiwd  ���������msi^-tajas.x ^Tjyif.i.ww^-%. co|3������sg ti-p  T^bbT ���������etnoBvenoewt^^^??*5^^^  a-^ngto the  ^oub^it Will jricrease;  bali������aajhe^dia^^aia^lyl  - ^WJsS^it^is^weleoDae^n-aws   to lear������i  l^hsct^se'xiewt feri-yVwillpbe --an assured.!  accommodation  Within ^the next'^w  -14 ^i  mouths, it is to be hopen a move will  be made to at least equip the old one  with new and longer aprons. The  Ones atfpresent in use are so short that  "* ' ** rtX V      *  getting on and off the scow with a load  is quite a dangerous undertaking.  '��������� JaclT Stephens is getting things in  shape toeijpct a 24x30,' |p������)t new barn  Quhis place next rn^nth. Just at present he is busy putting in a dam on-Lhe  creek .at his -place, -which will supply  excellent irrigation for the garden.  THWSDAt^JUNE 9  Concere���������-?BeJ|������ ^pgers"���������Bell  ****<^ -*.-**'  vt-tcattttt ,a-tsrt atldtttnty   -tr"-r, x������������������~ msrp-zv^-ts-  Bell Ringei������.    .~ ~%l .-  '- _  -J .   ArJ ..  Lecture���������������'GsBSfcdsf>t< the������0?oss-  , Z ' rbadp!9**;-_,;- -%'   ^   ;- YT ir  ^ m      0^-tyr v������x~"i. ���������-<*������$��������� i  McCon-  nell restaurant, spent a few days at  Nelson last week.   - i- -    - ->..  Mr. and Mrs. Johnson are giving a  house warming in connection wittP������*hj^  cornpletion of Jiheir 'new residence-ioti  Satru-day night-. - the affair to\, take  the shape of a dance at tbe Kitchener-  Hotel at which they hope-to see--ail1  their friends. Mtisie wilt be by Messrs'  "Chorttoft and Booth. .   *   ' *  A drowning mishap in which Sergt.  Searle, wh,o is in charge of the R.C.M.  P. station at Creston, lost his life, and  Const. Uren almost met the same fate,  occurred qhite early on Sunday morning. The'two, along with Const. Burden,* were en route to the barracks here,  after spending thr night on watch at  the -Idaho boundary at Porthiil.  The fatality occured at the point on  the lower road to Porthiil where there  is a Couple of Irandred feet, of highway  W&nmtei  "*���������V  H. Valley will be heiJe  Church .of England seryice in th'e  schoolhouse at 11.30 on Sunday 'morning. This will be (he second Anglican  service In the hit?tory-of the camp, and  a good crowd,is.expected. ������������������;.  Lister Tr Action & Transportation  Company, which has been operatihg  for about weight -months, "--with < E.  Thompson in' charge' of'the- motor de-,  livery, suspended operations the end oft  week, arid at < prouenL- a *u������iiy������ry service is being furnished by D. B. Peterson, who h������8 leased one of the board's  Ford trucks.  C. Faulkner of the office staff left a  few days ago for Vancouyer and roust  points on a holiday trip. ,  Y Building,permis for. this weelc 'ih-  clude a new residence, which Is already  under construction ftn; Tooley McDon-  aid.;*    '" ' '������������������' '.   ;'.'''. ���������"��������� Z- ."Y*���������'���������.-'��������� ������������������/fAi'''.  The four-day closing  out sale   con-'  *-'d^'et'e^liwt.������ire0k'bV':j9v:^  purchased the company store  stock,  ^SH.8 a splendid aucceap for all concerned1 i',*/' Id*"' Speers did quite a thrivipg  iViwiand the  settlors hot only Igot  sl^W8^ek,btit'ii������;;: Speei������' ^replenish)-  ed It. wi*h oil the]staple'l'inea ahil hia.i  erites were' WusY������h|������ *'-..to.Ysi'ipply   nil'.  theit; household needs/(^iit here---^ttv  in������ trahspori^ JUw������������  tonY^' '. . -���������������������������''"'��������� ���������^���������������������������',   ' ���������_  ":--[..  This week sees ^0 per cent of the 102X  orchard area set out to trees. A*.U  U)ld fifteen runohes have had fiye acres  each s'ot out to trees, averaging iahout  00 trees to th? a<jre, and the balance of  the nursery stock has boon heeled in  and wi^l be ayailable for setting out  npxt season. Bluny of the ranchers  are utlllclng their five ncres for vogeU  able cultivation and clover crop this  yeAi-, and will not; put out tn.e~ until  i������ss2.   "z,zZ'l''"- ';"���������'".".;* -ti'Zi-  Dcfftilfe act lop; was 'taken on Tu-fri^  ' day night in tho* mat t ei������ of / i-eopeniidg  a gehwal stoic at y������Ler, on whit-hoc-  eision it local company %vas formed  . With W. Mitchell as niarra������ingdlrtiot-  e>r. C, B. Gi������}-liin4 tvi||.hei<f from Ci-es'  fc m Attending toth<������ legal fe������t������������i*^������ and  everything is now Htpiared away und  iinioipov-itiou piiperw aielooketl for be  fore the end of the month.   Th.i other  Siding  M. -Wigen is -now* shipping   straws  ioei-ry.pia^ls&to ,Albejpfcatv points.. ypheire-  <# t~m7j,omi ��������� f^aiu  l?ominionj in thongs and ������sos-1  , ^Manager Kejly ' of the Alderson  ranch is sorry he did not wait until  after the full moon before risking tomato, plants outdoors." He lost about  809of:them in the fiost dips early lust  week* * . -  T������,    *   "'���������*-".      -   '���������, -r    ��������� ' *   ' *���������.*,* .', '   '.      .'.*  j:*Reed -fc Mather are. putting the tin-,  'itililfilj'touches ��������� <������n ar- new implement  shed^nd will start.-in on the makeup  ^f strawberry crates. ' Their berry  plants never- looked better than they  d^tjhisseason.,. ..\,lZZr.:l. Z -'..���������������������������������������������Z:'--  *-! A couple' of doisen of the residents  along tht������''uppeV-V i-bad combined ^oi a  picnic at the Goat'Ri ye>- biidge (Mi &im-  day-last, und had' ii niotit;enjoyable  outing.-���������"���������������������������������������������::>��������� ":- ���������>" '���������:'���������'���������  :Y.';* ���������'Y .'���������*.  "t.'i .*.' -    * .    ** .  ,.;Mr..Anderson, .sr.,   who  has . been  With hijB |on" r������nJi their hewly.-kcquWd  raiich--tho Darbyshire place���������husfer  turned u. Victoria*"   1'he ������ion is woifk-  ing with-tiiiy Constable, getting a few  months' practical experience at rancli  opcrutiona. ?r?y- ������������������',..'?., \ ':?.?,  lr\ $$���������)- n(ow;it lookfe as if Alice Siding  Was due U) havo: the earlicBt pot6toe������S|  ^Lj^ld of them ohithti'tormer Jftpde &;  ^a^haji'lrimc^.*  nKowIb a growth of  fotiijjlne^jSf In bo|������^ casgq.   '".:'.   ;'".'  Dailyi papers unpqunce  that  l^ord  Sholtp l^nglw, a former owner und  mfiident >t * .ppnftl^' * jrtltiiZZwe:} w!"  niuriod tho Ipevttet-;:^par^^f/;April  at!  I^ntlc^,Bngl^a:?ioYftI^ '  d (lighter of a. Wutltliy X^titchmaii. al-  ��������� , ot I^ondon, IvOj-d Donglafl obtHh)(������d  11 dlvorce from bis former wife. Lc 11-  tilt* Miwmey tb*> OHfornia* dancer  (whom he mnn led in 1811ft). whom  some here are acquainted wit'li, in May  of liiKf. year.  - &. 'ri -*���������    "."..0-"-.  ���������     0-   -   "   ,*   ***.  SIOHT >,      ' ''='."  SBiSeairla    - ^  m r "       ^     ~  Lecture���������Orat?e^ Grit and Green -  backJs.      ���������* -<���������  ���������Jaa. Lj. Gordon.  SATURDAT, JUNE 11  AFTERNOON   ;  Concert* Entortainment^-Lieur-  ��������� anee'aSymphoniaOrchestra.  Princess Oy'apela���������"Indian History atid Folk r Lota'"  NIGHT  Grand       uonoert-���������Lieuranee's  Symphonic Orchestra.  J, Horace Smithey, Baritona  MONDAY, JUNE 13  J(\FTBRNOON  Tennessee Duo~juet ftin.  Leoture���������'The Homing of the  ."���������    "People.*"-'   -' ���������     ���������'���������;���������>:-���������'. ��������� ���������I*'l'���������,.'���������'  -^Iiethe Colenjan.   '  '���������'���������"*.  ���������> NIGHT  '      * . ' * ������������������.-,' * *-��������� ���������   ���������  Tennessee Dno-rmore.fnn.;  LeotriVe>-''The    N^ds' of  Hour." \  *.. r--Jud������e G., D. Aldea.  mliSitatiic&l* - Oxx-    iOSg   '\Sici.iii    ttvttttfts  alio H  nallcr.bsi-%e closer tb Creston.- over  ^in*db*bIt"oC,������badway-the riy^r at the  high water now prevailing rushes with  gjpeat velocity. je>  - -Rowjaver, on tbe'trip out on Satui-  d������y night-QOitrouble was- experienced  rjtti getting tbwHigh?��������� the,-fitood waters,  but itr,would -appear.- fcteafe.ducing; the  night the.water rose.Considerably, or  the late, 8erg������^nf������ - horsje got into a  washout of -unexpected depth, and in  ..   [the struggle inth������ rushing torrent the  Julius Gvre Jei^" on W^e^ne^^t ioi^iiiSek and horse were botit earri^ out  ,-^l.t..1....V.        Alt-.. ...SxXx.r.   ttrx  tt.mtvx.rxr.-r'x.t ������.k ������ _ *.*"A 0 V.  LLx, S_ ��������� *    "    . ._ .������    ^ '. ������ ���������"***������ _a   'Ci>lenianv Altsi., where he figures "oil re  maining foi- the summer.    '  Berry plants all over the. section are  now well in bloom and all -the. ranchers are .figuring that there is to be a  real fine crop   piovided   the   weather  Ux.        ~ 1 -  Ue-^ps np .to the present excellent  standard,  ���������    -l!be ladies met for , baseball nractice  1*.    **     ~J      ~   , x^-. -i rr- F0-  on W������dneedt������y-pight,\and had a fine  workout^,," I^looks as if-we should be  ablefto fleldTa*' fast-ladies team hei*-.  ^itiv^^nr:;^-^^t^^^^^  \x-Z-A   ~\       *   ir-jta-  ^   r    C-    . P  -(  into. UteeSnain r river, and. swept "down  stream. ,.      -^  Const. Uren,' who  was close behind,  got into similar  tiouble and. was un-  l_������*l.'-*-^_   1 J 1 1^   LIT*.       4-, &  auie ia������ ieiiu   auy    ueip,    wutits -<uui������)i.  Burden fpund the navigating: too  treacherous to reach the drowned  man in'tirtie to be of any assistance.  As scon as news of" the fatality,  reached town a party 'of 'Citizens at  once started to patrol the river, hut up  until boon Thursday hotrace fa'as'been  found Of the drowhed'-'man, although  the /horse was located_������ud rescas^Jate-  Sunday afternoon, the aniaaaVbaving  flt',<ll  ���������>���������> *������������������'.-.������������������        NIGHT  . Goffee-Miller PJa^rs^S^rfdan^  ���������    Great   6btn������dy; Stidoew  "V '(Ti.^m^~i.B;,i     Z   "'  the  tUESPm^jX^  .H.(J(*  ,*.y  ��������� r'l'^S  WEDNESDAY, JUNE IS  '. \['^^FTERlSrOONr. ".  '.% w  Grrtivcl 6o'noert���������-8ootch Oanadi-  <?otioert Party, featuring  ���������Ku1pl������t.t4if,.;; LaDoll, v^rwder;  Waiter-iHenderhon,  Sootoh  1 -^ orjmedian;   Kdna Reed,, ao-  ��������� ���������    prano; Tlielma Rose, violin.  '���������'  NIGHT';    ���������;;  Suotcli Canadian Oonoert Party.  j.Oartoon ?Wi������ard-w"9Q M^fipiitea  with a Crayon, Wizftrd.^'-r  "Pitt Parker. Yv. ,,'.".' Y,' ���������  ������NWf������IKf������  im/m'tw'f-t.ifim  Buy a  and Says $5.00  A reward:was at once offered and in  addition to citizens a score or more ot  thejloeal Indians have since been  watching thc stream, but with the current running strong -and -steadily rising, and the Water spreading over the'  date area, .the watch .and search irno  small undertaking..  ���������, The deceased sergeant had only-been  here a.ff.w months, coming from J^eth-  bridge, AJta., in March to take .oyer  the post from Const. Petty., |t������L was  a popular and mighty fine officer hnd  his untimely demise is keeply regretted. "He fs survived by hW wife who,  with her mother, are resident at the  local- barracks, and to both of - whom  there goes out a yery deep sympathy  in their" particularly trying bereavement. " -  ���������Lost���������At the park. Sunday, May 7,  child's cream s^rf^r^Dat^'^tb-vbelt..  Return to Postoffice...- ><  FOBSAT.B--320 aciNpp known as Sub  lrot64, on Artow Creeek, 910^jpai- acre.  Apply to owner, W. K. Esling, Boss-  land. B.C. .  TJ. J; Di^^r;hasjustt.t^a^et^tl^  fcile of .a broickkjf land���������jost ad|oming {  the FoxttJhpYa^e���������t^ Mr. Davis of <3res-|>noticed and finairy got ashore,  fcbn.^who is expected *o siart btnldmg  and cleaving operations^'at Once.  k - ,  Land sales,, are still reported ' here  these days. Three deals have been put  through this week. ( and <ine -or.'two  prospective-buyers.ai-e having .quite a  time locating any .landfor sale here.  If the. weather -continues to hold,  warm the old timers around here fig-,  ure that there will ne the highest w,at-  * t \ '   tt j     i *      ���������*" ��������� i *    i  er in the -slough this   year that   there  has been for the last ten years. '  The Sunday schoel is figuring on.  having its-annnteJ^^plcnlc on Saturday,  June 4th. and alF the members are  eagerly looking forward to that day.  Duck Creek has Again .shown its  popularity for newly married couples.  We hear the latest of our citizens to  join lhe ranks of the happy benedicts  is George Huscroft," who was married  quietly to ���������Miss D;"' Wincfi at Creston  last Thursday, and'hayb taken up  their residence in Geoi-g^'s h^^w hoiis/fr*  here. All "of their niynerinis friends  join in wishing them the best thej^is  going in health, wealth and happiness.  The AtbleWc Club dance on iSatnr-  day night was the tnost successful hop  of the season, and the fun of tfeitfbirift  the lady after having*"bunttrf:ttl!''oytfr:'  the hall fin: he^-was, great fun for tooth  lady: and gent; A parj^y' of,.yi0tor0'  cam^ out from Creston r.udwo-should  all lilfe tn see bigger parties come froim  t������M������ same town. The music, which had  bwwnj specially - ehguged, was of the  very beRt. After paying all expenses  the club is 814,to the good on the affair.  The officers, of the club say th������������ir only  compluintjs that the ladles were too  light.  The United Farmers hud their first  picnic on Sunday at a spot near, the  slough, across Goat River channel.  The whole neighborhood turned out In  force nnd the fun whh fast and furious  from 10 a.in. till* 7 p. m*. ' TliWe were  races for everyone -from the kiddies to  the .oldest inhabitants; ladies and  gentN* basehiilH and all kinds of gamc������..  Kvo������;y������>ne epjoyed theniHC-'lves so much  thiittbeydiil no'iTwani'tb'conte hfthiC.  Matt. Hagen is the one who put in Hit*  most work, duo to the fuet that hit  *was the*only b^ttt there for a large  pio-t of the time, ������ind he very willingly dld'rttoHt of the ferrying. Mi. Ring-  helm also helped with his motor boat;  also Mr. Duvls with hhnew boat.  ���������J������^Wk^p/lt-   I.  "*   " ���������*������������������' ~~    **���������    *-*������������������*,      ������      _i������ yr^-s^^gWL*- ij~~tm>-~- tste^eptp+m**..?-?  iafeaiu^ged tokeep itself kaflbatrttirl^ad-z  ���������beiifgJHst nic^yYoi|tof"water -when  a  ' una ^a*'y  lzJtOt0Ct   JnOffir  ~~-W-Wm\-W0mmm4W-rifmm^^  \ v Z':--P, '  ;Z!      ��������� L     "* '  *  Mdlimhlesti  tt  mm  Where are your  valuables?  Have you overlooked  providing for the safety  of your Insurance* Pol*  ides. Deeds* and other  important papers?  ASK AT THIS BANK  .^Sljt��������� atA niZfiXji Ujtt-m iijc^  Imparial Bank of Canada  CRESTON BRANCH  wmtmmm  mtmimmmmtmttm  -*^������*>#i������rfl.���������^,*������*������,.������*;....  u^Z^Mr^r.^,  iMit^JL* *r--"-'".".*-?"t'''.*,.'.���������tf4*r?*0"tri4;ltiJ..^"^'..'f,"1'.^*���������","���������.'' ;i.!Ji-.. Ji-r.-'r���������rj-'.. ?'���������.."*' '   '  ' 1.' ?J~!..jl,..���������'.���������';*'' .!*:  ���������^r^S^s^^TTS^^Sf  i  .. .1 ������������������ i i������-.....t^w^,.y^i^i i   j..,   ,     ,,���������^r y -^^~-.., .,  ,.--~--;��������� ... ' ' '.���������������������������"''  .*��������� -;���������   ;. i, ;���������, ���������, i.  ���������   .*] -,.-[������������������-i������������������i ii       *      i.".;'."-'..".'*���������.,.';...!!..'. )r*  ��������� we  Pi *������������������  i'M.  H  Was  HJ  **1  if  ll  |*t*'  N  wE'YyrMtt^  ;y\:  ���������������������������C  %  Xke  Swing  of tke  Pendulum  ���������The 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  vso, created problems in finance and economics which taxed the best brains  In all countries. , "Phenomenal increases. in prices of all commodities' inevitably forced increased wages paid to Workers in.order that they might  be able 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, ah~d,-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 millions of men from the armies back to civilian life and the necessity of absorbing 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 in practically all lines which had been created during the  war while the energies of all people were devoted to the making of war materials and equipment. x   ��������� ^-  Now the world of finance and business and labor faces the problems of  decreased demand and falling prices. Difficulty 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 an inevitable fair 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.  The chief present difficulty seems to Ue in the fact that the working-  matffremains insistent that the high scale of wages reached during the War  period ofinflation shall bc maintained. Those high wages were the outcome  of unusual conditions, and any intelligent and observant person must realize that with the passing of those exceptional conditions, wages, like every-  4fehing else, must return to a normal level.  In order to stimulate buying on the part of-people generally, there mU3t  be a decrease in prices: If there is not such a drop in prices, and, as a  ���������jSOnsequence, increased buying^, there must inevitably be a curtailment is  production. A dropping off in Industrial production means unemployment  for the workers, not merely at prevailing high wage's but at any wages at  all. Any increase -in the number of the unemployed means a further lowering of fche buying power of the people, and a still further increase in un-  'employment, or a substantial' reduction, tn the hours of employment���������faefcor-  -fe-s running half-time instead of full time. In other words, the world is in  danger of again travelling in an economic circle, even more vicious and  containing greater possibilities of disaster than ther one travelled during the  war years. /      .     ft     ���������    -  Calgary Offered  Herd ������f Buffalo  Dominion   Park's; Department  May  Tura Over Prom Tea to Twenty  Animals, ./.'������������������'  If the)* citizens of Calgary wiii promise to assume responsibility for a herd  of buna's ^o be ������\i*a**������������������<l <������������������������  .Pu. Cwm.  -������-������      -.^-..��������� -0.   . ���������xr.  . *���������*..- ,jr -tmt-xrxrt     \J ..      Vl..t0      t-IVl.\.Vrm  Reserve for the benefit of the public and visitors generally, the Dominion Park's Department may turn over  from ten to twenty animals. But before anything is done by the department, the citizens must state the  Amount of land they are prepared to  fence, thejkind of fencing" to be used,  the grazing conditions on the1 reserve  a.nd.the water supply?       .  -Elk For london Zoo.  Three, elk were shipped from Vancouver,  B.C., recently,  consigned  to  the    Zoological    Gardens,,    London,  England.  Canadian Structural  in  The unfortunate fact* is that.  to an availing extent, people today are  being guided in their actions by untried theories instead jof by the actual  experience of the past. Workers everywhere seem to be demanding~th>e  settlement of present problms in cbnomics 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 had to swing with it; it must swing to the other extreme before an  equilibrium is reached, and once again everybody Is affected. Not by the  efforts on any one class aloaee but only through the combined efforts and cooperation of all can a normal Vevel bc successfully reached.  One of the fallacies., which, however,, finds ready acceptance In some  quarters, is that any given industry can fix its own prices, hours of labor,  Scale of wages, etc., without having regard to other lines of industry. For  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  eo 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 will be such a falling off  in business that the railway companies will be sufferers and the necessity  bc 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 thc golden egg. N > '.  And what would be true in the cafre 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 fche  concrete facts of the situation. ,.       ���������  Value oi This Production Increased  ���������to a New Maximum,  During 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 o&$30,8G9,752  in 1913 and fallen to $17,467,186 in  1916, increasing to $27,421,51-0 in 1919.  In 1920 the value of this production  had increased to a new maximum of  $3$ 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 ia 192G aver  the  1919* production.  HAT DRY COUGH  S  SPRING WEATHER  HMD ON BABY  The Canadian spring; weather���������one  day mild and bright; the nfext raw  and blustery is extremely hard on the  baby. Conditions are such, that the  mother cannot take fche little one out  for the fresh air so much to be desired. He is confined fco j.the house  which is so often over-heated and  badly ventilated. He catches cold;  his little stomach and bpwcls become  disordered and the mother soon has  a sick baby fco look after. To pre-  venfc 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. William/ Medicine Qo.B  Brockville, Ont.  The .smoothest >lookb������g. arie te'  rough and ^pitted ' under ih������  microscope.: ��������� The powdered mica  ��������� In* Iniperial IMSca Axle Grease  filin in this roughness and makes  every rubbing surface smooth.  Grease can then lubricate prop*.  erly and will last twice aa long  as it ordinarily would.  imperial ~~\\~~\ Asle Greats Si  the best and most economies^  grease you can buy tos your  wagona end trucks.       )  . ������ Leather, is honeycombed wltfe  pores���������thousands  of them  to ���������  every square  inch. .To prevent ftheae  finy   op-ess*.-  m:dk    from'  an  111m  li neglected, h will wc&kea. the  throat and perhaps reach the lungs.  Nothing -surer,., to help you quickly  than the healing* soothing vapor of  Catarrhozone. : Its action is magical,  every congested spot is healed, irritation is sootfted- 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  orre dollar for a complete two months  treatment. Prepared) by ths Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.  absorbing  dust* sweat  andttioiatur������  use Imperial  Sureka Has-  ���������aessOils  It closes *,p the pores of  leather and keeps it strong,  Seadfcie and new-locking.  St contains no acids and  tt will not turn rancid.  Farmers, teamsters and  liverymen use and recommend it.  ��������� Sold-ix.  Gosivoztl-ttt afcaa  by dealers  ������T-aiyw&wa.  Northern Inland Fisheries.  The Northern Inland Fisheries have  had a very successful season, and the  Alberta Fish Company and the Meinnis Fish Company, together with  thc Saskatchewan fish companies,  havc shipped about- two million  piounds of fish The greatest source  of production was Buffalo Lake. Moro  than 600,000 pounds of the catch was  marketed throughout tlie west, and a  large quantity shipped to Chicago for  distribution.  Iron, according to Adstole, waa  once c'"*Mcn&ively employed aa currency.  Wireless for Northern Manitoba.  To put Northern Manitoba into  direct communication with civilization, Dr. R. C. Wallace, commissioner  Cor the north country, haa recommended thc immediate Installation of  tweleve wireless stations, costing $55,  000, In the north, Dr. Wallace stated that there Is already built at the  Pas on"c"big station, and he a3hs that  another be builfcat Piquiconl with ten  smaller onea erected at intermediate  points. *"  New York City hat more than  elcvfctt thousand miles of paved streets  and sidewalks,  Some f,47S Belgians Died as Result  ������������ Occupation.  According to official "figures Just  made public, 7,473 Belgian civilians  died is tha result of tRa German occupation of their country. Of these  4,939 chriUans were shot-by German  fcroopo or executed by order oi the  German military authorities,, 1,331  died in prison, in which they were  confined by Germans, and 1,228 died  in the coyrse of the enforced deportations to Gc'rmanjr aad the French  front  mm  'jyw ���������������.���������-���������'  R-fT'^'i*^^^  It's Really Amaziiig,'  die amount of nourishment   ,  you'll find in a small dish of  GTSLDG aNlltS  ���������m^mW^mmm   ^m^~-0j^t-   -wr      <-.   ^   -mmx^m ~^m~  with cream or good milk added  m  Dweet with its own sugar,  developed from the grains in  the making, this sturdy Wend  of wheat and malted barley  contains, in. compact form and  at low cosctihe nutritive and  mineral elements needed to  build health and strength.  fifaF^^yiP'^^Rg^a  Lumber From Peace -River.  Arrangements are being- made t#.  ship 37,000,000 feefc of timber from  limits near Sawridge, on the Edmonton, -Dimvegan aad British Columbia  Railway, which penetrates the "Peace  River district, to the 'mills of the  North-Western Lumber Company,  Edmonton.  IN THE LOINS  Driven Out Quickly  That d^a^ginff, wearying sort of  pain makes life a misery to martv people. This pain ia due to a passive inflammation of the adjacent tissue.  Because evcrjr drop rubs in, because it  penetrates so deeply, Nerviline gives  a wonderful result, , More powerful  because five times stronger, more  penetrating because it strikes  through soft tissue, mor.e hcalitrg to  pain J Nerviline Liniment should be always on. hand. Sold everywlier������ In  large 3.  cent bottles.  A Protest Long Delayed  Isn't it about time that the otatloti-  "crs manage to lay in some lead pen-  ell's which, arc worth buying? Ever  3iuce .tlie war began we have been  putting up-with substitutes for *purn-"  cd matches and paying from five to  eight cents each for them, too. Now  our.patience Is becoming exhausted,  HtfH we are looking for a pencil with  thick, soft lead and one whflph can  be sharpened without thc lead breaking. Wc bought two pencils during  tho last 48 hours, and paid six Merita  for one and fieven for the other, and  neither of them. wa������ worth a darn.  We ha/en't hful a good pencil in three  years, -.York, l.'a., Gazette.  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 it  form a testimonial' which leaves no  room for doubt that here is a real  remedy. Get lit to-day from your  dealer. ���������   .  %&&*'W-ts*  .������*  ajijri*3n^g$  eed  Have you a  canary? His  singing mill  brighten tht  home.   ���������  Brock's will fc-sep your bird In good volca  because It will keep him ia good health.  Brock's Book on Birds, 25c postage paid.  2PREB nampfo of Brock's Bint Treat  sent on request  (NICHOLSON *���������& BROOK  . n MARKET ST., TORONTO. ONT.  T  Instruction for Soldiers' Wives.    ,  Five hundred and qeventy-she wives  of ex-Canadian- soldiers, with their  hundred babiea and fifty other children, were brought together at Edmonton recently by the.Home Branch  of the Soldier Settlement Board for.  instruction iu farm and household  subjects. Arrangements ware made  for caring1 for the babies whilst the  mothers attended lectures. " It Is expected that before the close of the  wlntsr 3,000 women will have attended these short courses, and more than  1,000 soldiers' wives have already  benefitted by the Instructive classes.  OU Qjj* Queen Charlotte Islands. -  Increased activity is reported in tht.  matter of oil iand3 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.  Minardi Liniment For Bums, Etc,  'Heart Disease Relieved In 30 Minutes.  Dr. AjEriew's Remedy for tlie Heart etve������  perfect relief in all cases of Organic or  Sympathetic Heart Disease Ha 30 minutes, and  speedily effects a cure. It is a peerless  rented/ for Palpitation, Shortness of Breath.  Smotlierliiff Spells, Paia in Left Side, aad all  symptoms of a diseased Heart One doi������  convinces. -  A favorite dish of the Russians is  a soup into which sour cream Is stirred just before it ia served.  American Buys Farm.  Elmer Woodcock, of Joliette, Illinois, has purchased"^ fully��������� Improved section of farm land near Sperling,  Manitoba. He paid $50,000-.fiwwt-hla  section, which Is tho equivalent to  about $78 per acre, a,~ a section measures 640 acrcj.  Every workman in Japan wean on  his cap an Inscription olatlnff h}s  bu-ift-cufl and his employer's name.  Mmard'n   Liniment  wfoer*  for  Sale Kverp--  fGZEMA  . ��������� ment for Bozemft and ������������������^ ~...i~  I^m tions. It rollover- at onco nnd grudu-  ������������������^" ally hoftla the sicln. flumplo box !>r.  Cliaso'flL, Ointment free-U^you mention this  ipapeif Shd.aend20,atamp for postage, coca  box-all dealera or Bdmnnoon, Bates & CoV  Yoa are not  experiment*  Ins when  you use Dr.  Chase's Oint*  and   SUlu   Irrlta**  imltod, Toronto.  MONEY ORDERS  Buy your, out ol  town supplies  with  Do*  mlnlou ��������� Express-Money   Orders.      five dot*  lars costs ' three cents.,  "40  'THE/'  Aniemcfc'a Pion-m  Dog Remedies  BOOK ON  DOQ   DlSKASflS  and How to Vf-  lf ailed    Free   ta   aar  Address by ths  ���������������  CIAY  OT.OVO  CO.;   INC.,  til    West   Slit-itreet,  Mew YoiU, U.S.A.  ew*  {5oo!cT0 Cotton Root Cosnpottc^  grata of ���������trength---Mo. 1. ll|  ar Mat  PotiV,a������������UVv ,-_  ttrspiiil ������������������ rsealpt oYarlca*  Vtaa. . paaayUat. Addrosa |  VHI COOK MiniClNt OO4  ar  . :'t  w. m. v. tm  s ���������eg  WTOT31  xxxuy jl~~u wv j  fvcfsntsnt/ryttT  XJJ&XUK-XKJXX-  /-*  Kjx  tp  <    ^  imil  -nisayitM  5N y<ra want oafd-r tsoai-  fortta** relief from say  ������������������Sternal**- grain, ose Stoaa'e  gJtumeat. Itdoestheiobwlth-  et>ue atainisw, rabbinar, baudag-.  fiaar. Uae/Aw-^forrkonnutisnu  neuralgia,' -aches and paina,  *���������*.**>���������.��������� *mtt Avtmrnlmta.  IvmmlrmmKm  fforemuscta*.  Made in  Canada'  Women Engineers  ������er~_���������  *- Ctricaai'uu  <������awu    *.* wi  Which Wotnen Are Suitable*  Tfeers a^clc^ah,, branches of th* ���������fett-  glneering profession for which women  a-re eminently suitable.    Proof of this  is to be found in the remarkable sue-  i cess of Miss Griff, the first woman to  i   rx&rxrvvv���������m     r,~t    -vvciorvrt* ri Irm.    m0t0t.~tSt jxm    rtt.     t-wva*  VWVU...W       W.fc*       M.KWW.A.W       X4.XXrXXX*0t���������x        W.        00.X4  Institute of Automobile Engineers of  Great Britain. Starting as a motor  engineer, 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 electrical Yeagineering, civil engineering,  draughtsmanship, patient office work,  and the mechanical side Yof X-ray  work.- -'--\ -.  ���������Hie Liver is  the Bead to  If t*M������ liver Id right: the whole system  Is better off. .Ciarter** Little Liver'  Pill* awaken your  sluggish, clogged-  up liver and relieve -constipa-  Cost of the British Monarchy  CARTERS!  ���������1ITTL-E  stomach   JgliTTLg  SP.SXS!  Wferld Happenings  riefly laid  Italy's redeemed territories celebrated,, their, formal annexation with  great jenthusiasm. Y~  '��������� i      "���������'���������,    i -. ��������� - - '' ���������  Sir'���������-'.! Algernon    West, secretary to  Wm. . E.  Gladstone  when   the latter  was British Prime Minister, has died.  .Influenza in epidemic, form has  broken out arnohg soldiers belonging  to the United States occupatioa army  at Coblenz.     Y Yy  R. M. Lewis, of the   fourth   class  of .the   Ontario. Agricultural College,  has .been   appointed an agricultural  missionary   In    the West China Uni-  'versityY5.;,:1';!Y."ZZ- ���������������������������"        -���������''.-���������'-���������  About Y20 per.cent, of U.S. school  childrejii^ are riot properly-nourished  according-. toY Mary G. McCormick,  New ;&e>rk 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 presuming work Is reported from Berner,  Switzerland, where a pastor of that  city, V after, being officially declared  dosdY'suddenly awoke.     :'  Hundreds of medals, decorations  ��������� and citations, intended for American  veterans of the war, but undelivered,  are tri i the, hands of the Adjutant-  General of. the U.S. army, who has  appealed to the American- Legion to  assist in finding, th'eir owners.  if Tormented With Corns  Use Good Oid ." Fgtnsms"  It's really a simple thing to remove  your Scorns,-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 smooth as silk. No-failure with  "Putnam's," 25c everywhere.  ������a%~*  mm.  trouble, isac* ~-*t  tive bowels,  loss of appetite, sick head*  ache and dizziness.   Purely vegetable*  You need them.  Small F������&���������Small Dose���������SfisaiiPrtea  ^/? jim ~\ frxV. n       D������AAiira      Vh ~mnn E  *9~~m^-*~.lm%~ma VUO +.-*\0"%A,ma* V >T AU* **������   -* Wft  A Frock of* Cotton  HomesBtitL  Life   would   .not be so complicated  if {Tiers were not so   many   self-ap  pointed    leaders    who  where/they  are going.-  Age-Herald.  don't    know  -Birmingham.  Wlial Cine of the Best Known  Travelleis in Canada Says  "Now I am going to ffins yoti ian unsolicls-  ed testimonial, - as the? sar is the patent  medicine adve-Ttisina. Heretofore I have "had  a profound contempt for patent medicines,  particularly so-called liaitnenu. Perhaps  this is da. to the reason that I hs.ve:\ been  blessed with a sturdy constitutloa.. and 'have  newer besets UI a day >*ln my life. One day  last fall after a hard ddy's tramp in the slush'  of Montreal," I ;tleveIoped a severe pain ia my  lees and, of course, like a man who has never  had anything wrong "with - him physically! E  complained rather boisterously. The good  little wife cajrs: "I will rub them with sortie  liniment I have. Go ahead." I said, just to  humor her. "Well* in she corner with a bttf-  tle of MINARD'S LINIMENT and gets  busy. Believe me the pain disappeared a few  minutes after, and you can tell the world t  .aid so." ���������- ������������������'������������������*���������*���������*-' '*.*���������''"."  '*���������  (Signed) FRANK E. JOHNS. Montreal.  Easy tb Get and Safe to Use.  Cold water and flour mixed will at  once relieve the p������i,ih: caused by burns.  ��������� ���������- ��������� ������-���������������  jfarliament    Whatever    Amount  Nation Pares to Vote Them.  No country gets its Emperor, Kins  or President at a more economical  cost than does Great Britain, or to  ���������speak rngre correctly the British Eth-  ~ti~0t    .       txr,   '-���������..- ��������� l__  .J 5���������_    ������li_    -.-.P.-  iil.C- ���������������<-���������=   uiuuaikiis   uueeng   tuc   v.^..-  turies had "acquired by hereditary  tights, by infer-marriages and by A.q~~  of'Parliament vast fortunes and immense incomes William JLV. of his  own free will gave up all these rights  and incomes, and accepted instead a  greatly smaller sum to be voted by  Parliament. . Qupea Victoria, King  Edward' and King George did the  same, and now receive 3ust*what their  people, through Parliament, care to  vote them. "The coutjtry receives  from the sums ceded very much more  than It pays.* So that the Empire is  actually making'"money out  Sovereigns.' '-������ ; '  rxX  tt-m  0-S.  Wise mothers who know the virtues  of Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator always have it at hand, because  it proves its value. -  Cuticura Shampoos  Meaa Healthy Hair  Especially if preceded by touches  of Cuticura Ointment to spots of  dandrufif, itching and irritation.  This treatment doea much to keep  i&Sb scalp (dean and healthy m& to  promote hair growth.  iM9~-c ~-ataex~2Sx*~S%~. TsEcassSSe. Soldi  throu-jhouttheDominion. Canadian Deoou  s v ii������we������. *4������ at r������w S������u w., iax&nt-. _  "CeatiearaSe������9 tbsrai wtthaat matt.  It is estimated that nine thousand  five hundred acces of forest are being!  put down' every day of the    year to  supply pulp for paper manufacture.  Million Ffre Loss Its Alberta.  Complete returns of fire* and fira  losses for the year throughout Alberta  ! show    that    870    fire������   did   damaga  amounting to $1,054,191.  GLAD HE TRIED THE  y  . A Remedy for Earache.*���������To have  the earache is to endure torture. The  ear is a delicate organ and few care  to deal with it, considering it work  for a dQctor. Dr. Thomas* Eclectrie  Tl\^'ffif������ ���������PnPSTISffMT Oil offers a simple remedy. A few  IUnit������ &H������:lilifl������illl 1 drops upon a piece of lint or medicated, cotton and placed in the ear will  do much In relieving pain.  The signatitre of William Shakes-/  peare written on the wall of Hampton  Court    Palace,    and dated 1606, haa  been pronounced authentic  Pains About  the Heart  JLNY   derangement of   the  -  heart's action ia alarming  Frequently   pains   about   the  heart are caused by the formation of" gas arising1 from indi-  ���������Sfestion.  < Belief from thia condition is  obtained by the use of Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills,  Chronic indigestion results  from sluggish liver action, constipation of. the bowels and  inactive kidneys,  Bftcauao Dr. Chaao'* XUdney-Ltver  ~*..~- eurouw-9 theMO orkanii to Activity  they afford lawtln* roUef for lndlc������������-  . ' tion and ovoroom* the many annoying oytnDtoma. *  \~)y. (j h ci s c. s  : Kkliieii Li\eu l'ills  Etch Cured ^ In SO SXlnntes.  Itch,  Mang-e.  and  all  coataeious  scratches  on kmatt or animal, ;cured ia 30 minutes by  Wolford's Saniury Lotion.      At Draff-fists.  Big Steel Plant for 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 thatefive 'representatives of  the largest steel operators in the  world had looked over the groundjaricl  returned to England to report. \  The Many-Purpose Oil.���������Both In  the house and stable there are scores  of uses for Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie.OU.  Use it for cuts, bruises, burns, scalds,  the pains of rheumatism and sciatica,  sorb .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 mad<fc* thousands of firm  friends during the past fifty year*.  Through Its Use Strength and Visoe  Was Restored.  "To be 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 condition that will not be  corrected until the blood is built up.  - Suph    an    anaemic condition la so| ^fJolff fn tlie H������S*d'*  gradual in its approach, and generally ], Z.   \- ","'��������� 7"^>Z , XT~*.      ������  *rv    Irtrtirirvr.    ! rt    r, Z... m    ^r.Z r. <-*,���������������       l.        ,-,   I   -*    mU    <~C~t~    HUXCk    Of     Ns.SS.1     Catarcfai Pet*-  so lacking in actue pams that U. ta BOns who are subject to frequent &;oids in tho  often difficult to persuade the suffer- head" wilt find tliat the use of HALL'S  er to do anything for it.      But it is ' CATARttH  MEDICINE  will - buildI ��������� up  the  not a condition that corrects itself If; f/sfTik^Ca^ tl^i^LT^'S Z  the bipod IS not enricljed the trouble | M.cute Catarrh may lead to Chronic Catarrh.    "  will   increase.       The  nerves   will   be i     HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is ukea  undernourished   and   neuralgia pains! M^H^Surft^of^&e^S sl^rt-?100* ������a ^  will   follow.       Digestive   disturbances [     S?UDrugsUtT7Sc    Testfmonia?* free.  often result from thm blood, sleep Is \ !   lOO.OO' for anj. case of catarrh that HALL'S  disturbed  and  a  general  breakdown   _-R0<M>������*  Jot-':'*������������- case   oi   catarrh   that  By Majrie Belmont.  Cotton hossespun La a delightful  shade of green is. the material chosen  for the fashioning of this attractive  dress for the early days of spring. It  shows the iong-wais ted effect that is  so much in style. The'skirt la divided into several panels that partly conceal the straight underskirt. Tnese  are- ornamented with openwork  rosettes that are piped with pink taffeta. The Busjer Brown collar la  set joff by a pink eilk^le. The sleeves  are long and wide-mouthed. This  feature is accentuated by the slash  jthat extends almost to the elbow. Decorative motifs enhance their appearance. , *      .  "Trans-Canada" Limited  To Commence May 2'2  Jews May Have Mercantile Marine;  It Is possible that la the near future the Jews will possess their own  mercantile mar-hie. The first ship to  fly the blue and white-flag of Zion  waa the "HccoUftz," which ^ sailed  from Jaffa recently. She' was owned  And manned by Jewa.  HALL'S   CATARRH   MEDICINE  wilt   not  eyre.  F. J. Ciitner fe Co., Toledo, Ohio.  may occur.  Mr. Wilson Johnson, Nineveh, N.S.,  says: "A few years ago    my    system  was- -in a badl>Y ruti down condition. E les have beea known to fi to a  My nerves seemed always on edge, . . J* , - nn��������� ,, A , , A* -  and I found myself so weak that I height of 6.000 feet. A lark will rise  could hardly do any work. I suffered jto the same height, and so will crows,  from headaches and from* pajns in s As a rule, it is said, birds do not  the back and uhder the shoulders, and fly at a greater height than 1,000  was often so sleepless at night that, f   t -  when morning came I felt as tired as j   ���������  when I went to bed.      I was taking  COULDN'T DO HOUSEWORK  cot  Fast Schedule Which Has Proved So  Popular    Will    B������t Maintained  '  This Year.  *Tho "Trans-Canada" , service will  be Inaugurated on "Sunday, May 22nd,  when the summer timetable becomes  effective, the first trains leaving Montreal Toronto and Vancouver khx that  day. * i /  Tho "Trans-Canada" Limited will  be an exclusive sleeping car t,raln  with all'ateel equipment, v>hlch has  been specially designed and built for  this service at the Company's Angus  Shops", Montreal, and mark the highest degree- of excellence and travel  comfort.  The fast schedule which proved so  popular with the travelling public last  cummer will be maintained this year.  Trains 13 and 14 "Soo-Paclfie Ex*  press," will, commence operation between S,t. Paul and Vancouver effective Sunday, June Sth. Thte'wlU  make four train* which the Canadian  Pacific will operate to "and from the  *Coa������t dally duflng the cummer  months.  " ..'.HW^WW,  w  n. u, m\  ' Minard's-Llniment For DandruH  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 becomes weak and  the nerves unstrung, It Is. Impossible  for a woman to look afterf 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 slgn'of any weakness  of tlie heart or nerves, you will be  wise If you take a course of Miiburn's  Heart and Nerve Pills.  Mrs. Daniel Beaanson, Loganvtlle,  N.S., writes:���������"As I was troubled  with a weak heart for nearly two  years ~ am writing to tell you what  your great remedy, MUburn'e Heart  and Nerve Pills, has done for me.  My heart wa# oo bad at night I  could not sleep; t would take smothering spells, and I was no weak I  could not do thy houaeworlc I tried  two doctors,-but got no results. A  friend advised me to try Miiburn's  Heart and Nerve PUls, I have lined  alx boxes, and X am completely relieved. X think they are the best medicine for heart trouble there In."  Price 50c at box tt all dealers,or  malted direct oh receipt of price by  The T. Milburn Co* Umltod, Tor.  onto. On*.  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 nrtne, 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  taken six more boxes.^md I cap only  say I am glad I did so, as I am now  enjoying the best of health, and X advise all men who feel run down "to  give these pills a good trial"  m.- Dr*' Williams' Pink Pills can be obtained from any dealer In medicine,  or by mail at SO cents a box or six  boxes for $2.50 from The Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  *+mm4*mmmmmt~M, mm mtmm timXtrnmrnm  Dairying in Alberta  Edmonton the* Largeat' Creamery  Butter Manufacturing Centre la  Canada.  There are ���������* unlimited opportunities  for engaging In dairy farming In the  prairie prpvlncea of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. The production of creamery butter haa 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 aa 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 worms" can no  longer thrive. Worms kvep a child  in 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 bc 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 Holloway** Corn Removor  ts applied to a corn It kills the roots  and the callosity comes out without  injury to the flesh.  To Offer Rich Fruit Landa.  Xt   It   announced that the British  Columbia Government will put 22,000  sacros,  LIFE WAS A  MISERY TO HER   m   n   .. . '      ���������*-  Says (this Woman Until Relieved by Lydia E. PinkhamV  Vegetable Compound*  Owen Sound, Ont.���������*'I suffered! tor  ten ye&rs-with female organic trouble,  neuralgia and Indi-  ffestlon* ohd waa  weak and had such  bad pains I could  hardly walk or atand  up at times.   When  I would sweep I  would have to go and  He down.    X could  uot eleep at night;  and-would wander  around the. house  half the timo. X tried  ���������,. everything butnoth-  any good, and the last doc-  I had told me ha never expected  me te be on my feet again or able to de  fi day's work. One day one of your  Ittle booka was left at my door nnd my  himbond sold I should try a bottle of  Lydia EL Pinkham's Vogetable Com*  pound. IthaalcGodIdld,forltrolloved  me, and Z am now well and strong. X  think there la no remedy lUea the vegetable Compound for anyone who has my  os of land tn the Irrigated district troubles, aad have rocommradod It to  ,t Osoyoaa, Okanagan Valley, one ,1 !������������&  the rtcheat fruit growing areaa tn the   -Mrs. B\~mr A. MwCKBLt*. 1787 7th  world*   oa   the   market early la the 2 Av&f Vtat, Owen Sound, Ont,  firtrlna*. I    If you have any symptom about which  " ' ** | ypu would like toVnowwrlto to the Lydia  " - "���������"��������� -'���������" 14% Ptnkham Medielne Co,. Lyan, Mass^  Mhmnl's Ltntmen* Relieves Neun������Ttfa' *<* kalpful s**toa *lm tx��������� mi ������Surg*  ���������m  -���������?i$PM  ���������j'a  V-*" THfi CEESTOK  BB#BSW
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Subscription : 32.50 a year in advance.
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O. .F.:'HatE8, Editor an-d Owner,
CRESTON, B.C..   FRIDAY   MAY 20
Red Crt&s ifiaA War Work
THE GRESTON REVIEW ^eachh,8fchem'fcopayfcherawa*es;
*: which, at .present,, are based on a
miiilmnin of 30c. an, hour, increas:
ing as. they acquire a,- knovvledgeof
the particular-.craft for vjrjhich they
are fitted. It is modelled somewhat
along the lines of the Lord Roberts
j Memorial Workshops in England,
where: marvellous 'results have bee n
obtained by the training of apparently hopelessly crippled men. The
workshop, itself, has bright airy
rooms,**- fitted with workmanlike
machinery, -specially designed to
suit the'needsof crippled mechanics.
It has a spacious showroom aud
office, and by no means least in importance���a refctroom wnich tells
its ead tale of men impaired in
health by tbe/ vicissitudes of ��� war.
Some of. the men now employed
are capable of but' a few hours'
work a day,vbut as they, improve in
health and skill, s>is or even eight
hours'work can be undertaken.
This workshop is the second of its
kind in Canada. It is hoped to extend its quarters, and in time establish workshops of a similar nature
at different points throughout the
Province.
The magnitude of the post-war
work, which the British (Columbia
Divisioni of the Canadian Red Cross
is still engaged ih, -is unknown to,
and naturally unappreciated, by a
very large proportion of the people
in British Columbia. Hence the
question which so often rises���
"Why the Red Cross in times of
peace?" As a matter of fact, there
are oyer 800 returned men still confined to the hospitals and sanitariums of the Province.( In these institutions the men ""have the same
status as any ordinary patient, but
they are lacking the small comforts
which mean so much to sick or ailing persons. In this situation, the
Red Cross steps in, giving to these
men, the little things which make
life bearable. This Work on the
part of the Red Cross: is: going on,
and will go on mi til its mission in
this particular branch   is fullfilled.
Next in order of importance in
the post-war work, which the Red
Cross is now conducting, is the
worksKop for disabled soldiers.
There is now established in the
City of Victoria, in the former
G.W.V.A. headquarters, one of
these workshops. As yet, in its^initial ' stage, the workshop is on &
comparatively small scale," but it is
now furnishing employment to
twelve disabled men, who, from the
uature of their '"."disabilities, are unable to undertake work in the open
labor market. It is the idea, behind this workshop to teach these
men,a trade which will finally make
them  self-supporting-,   and,   while
Safeguard Against
Forest Fire Loss
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, Painting?
Papering
Kalsomining
JAS. ADLARD
CRESTON
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Rich in Buttsrfaf, and from
Tubercnlin-tested Cows
CREAM FOR SALE
at all iimes
7 Quarts or 14 Pints for $1.00.
MOUNTAIN VIEW RANCH
WALTER V. JACKSON
BAKERY
UHIXLII I
BREAD���The finest product of
the oven;   in either White,   '
Brown, or the popular Cur'
rant Loaf.
CAKES,   Cookies,    Doughnuts
Swiss Roll
PORK PJES fresh made every
Wednesday and Saturday.
Wedding and   Birthday Cakes
mad* to order.
A full line of Chocolates and
Candies carried in stock.
Our goods have always pleased
others; we feel snreyan will
find them MWtmfactory,
i.WK OS A (JAM,
BERT NORRIS
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THE POST WAR WORK OP i. HE RED
CROSS throughout the world is still a vital
fadtor���a colossal task. This call for increased
membership is one to which no person in British
Columbia, placed in possession of even a few
facts, will fail to'respond.
Hetariaed Men     i-jftebo**.
^..g- _     __ _ tals ass sam-
Stilt In Hospitals *5?��������l��*
*^ Srrasn   Col
umbia there..are still over 800 returned men
seeking to regain health. True, these men haye
all the attention which crowded hospitals and
over-worked nurses and attendants'can bestow,
out they are lacking'these little things of comfort���these small, simple luxuries which mean'
so little to you who are strong and healthy; so
.much.to them who are ill and suffering. The
2?ed Cr-sss supplies them wiih tobacco, socks.
Postoffice Blk.
CKKHTON
Both by the enactment of regu"
lations that make readily available
more- and better equipment for
fighting' forest fires, and the rigid
enforcement of that: feature of the
aet governing;''the' setting outof
fires in brush ..piles and log heaps
by permit the forestry department
is hopeful of still further reducing
the timber losses by fire this season.
aceoMihg; W JSToi-mah; Moore, district forester for; East Kootenay,-
who was here from Cranbrook yesterday on an official visit.    .,       ,
As to the .added equipment Mv.
Moore stated thatthe Forestry Act
had^a^^sion blfjsn aiifeiided soaa
to coitfpel all mills, logging camps
or other bush operations where up
to twelve men are employed to provide an outfit of six 12-quart buckets, 6 shovels, 3 mattocks and 3
axes which are to be painted red
and kept in a compartment where
they are readily available for fire
fighting only. , The equipment is
subject to monthly inspection, and
any'firm refusing to supply these
cannot claim a refund in case of
fire and are, besides, liable to pros-
ecution for such neglect. - -Y ��� -
As "to the enforcement  of _ the act
in respect to failure to secure burning permits,  Mr.. Moore stated that
already this season,  which is hardly three weeks old, one   prosecution
had already been made, stipendiary
magistrate    Leask   of   Oranhrook
having lined L Meachen of"Marysville $10 for setting out a fire without obtaining  a   burning   permit.
The lightness of the fine is accounted
for in that fche blaze was got under
control   before   any   damage   was
done to standing timber.    Discussing the case Mr. Moore said action
will be taken by the provincial police as well as   forestry   officials   in<
every instance   where   it ,can   bo
shown, that the provisions of tlie act
ill respect to the prevention  of forest fires has been violated.    "A de-'
termined effort  will   he made this
year," said Mr.   Moore, "to  reduce
tbe annual loss through forest fires
caused   through   careless   burning
and campers  Hres,   and   offenders
may  look   for the fullest   penalty
imposed by the Forest Aot."
For the year J 920 Forester
Moore stated that the total loss of
timber due to fres was almost $78,-
000 in the East Kootenay territory
which extends from Kootenay
Landing to the A Iberia boundary
and north about. TOO miles beyond
the C.P.R main line. In connect'
tiop with handling \.)whh fires and
uiiiiiifuiiiiiig the forestry service in
East Kimii'iiHv   tb***  <!o��t Im<l bet"ii
$42,ono.
pajamas, underwear, sweaters,, slippers, raeora,
shaving soap, and so on.-Their wants are few
, and simple*���their needs are great. . v
Workshops For; -fsJJsSS.
BisaMed Soldl^s ���trk'u'o I
sub-committee' of the Victoria Branch of tiie
Red CfQgs for submission to the Federal Government. Clabse Instates; P ,
"That even after all that has been done by the
Government of Canada, through its various
departments, for the welfare of returned men,
there remains in this country 'a' residue, of di's=
abled men who wteZ unemployable in ordinary
industry, a Residue for which no'provision'exists,
namely, those who possess some potential capacity,' but can only- exercise it if some special
arrangements-are made to enable them to
doso.ss*
WANTED - $1,00
from *eVery man and woman in British
Columbia as enrollment fee in the BJ C.
Division of the Canadian .Red-.Cross
Society. -       .        * '   "*?>
Junior Membership $��.��&
ME^BiKSSIir DRIVE JME 6 IS 11
'  -       \ . .,--'*- ���  *-*m**��
Mail your Enrollment Fee to j-pur J-ocal BrsnchrO*��tbe
CANADIAN RED CROSS SOCstlY
BRITISH COLPMBIA, DIVISION
��26 Pender Street West       '   Vancouver, B.C.
s^^ir*
.., To keep these loses' down to the
minimum the "maximum of efficieri-*
oy in the men eiiiployed was absolutely essential.^. This.iaatoii.ee ap?
*. ������   ���       ������-���.*. y'e&S i *������*��*''       '**..���*''���  '
parent whenri$ -was, stated, that;80
percent, of��the*4&��0. foresV conflagrations was duetto* lighthirig.Th^
department's idea" "was to prevent
fires, as well as excel' at ex ting
uishing sucli (outbreaks, . *   .y
Bush operations last winter-Mr.
Moore stated* were at least 40 per
cent, lighter thriri the winter pre'
vious, and had!,it not been for the
splendid demand for ties and poles
the comparison wottldribe more uh'
favorable. Taking the year as a
whole he expected the slump would
be almost 50percent.Y=\ ���
To appreciate, what the shrinkage will be in the" output of lumber
he stated that the cut last year
with practically all %\.o mills run-,
ning.was just under 200 million
-feet. Bight now-it is doubtful if
more tliai^ a dozen of* the 42 saw-
mil) plants in his jurisdiction are
running-r-and the sildnt ones in-
a few of the bigger producers.
fnp
Teach the Children \.      ���.. ���
.-*    ...t    \" A    .e,    .,  j,-1I  ,It'll '~>I ,\ ,���      jl~Utt��H-lO
.     t> \.  ... Teach year ehSSdren td save their money.   Start the
,  ��� boy with a savings bank JWJC��ant, and encourage him
by supplementing every fifty cents he saves, with
another fifty from your own poejket* ���
4-
All sateons, htrge or small* are assured courteous
service in everjr branch of this bank.
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IMPERIAL   BANK
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OFCANADA
CRESTON BRANCH,
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*  *.-'.���,,*'     !.-lYr:'V-
, Fob Sale���2J inch plant pots for
sale, $2 per 100.   J. Hundley, Creston.
ICE CREAM
We have ''fitted ut>>ft up-to-
date Ice Cream Parlor, and
are prepared .jto serve you
with anything , in  the Ice
Cream line.   "'
Vortex   Sanitary  System   of
individual cups ana dishes
i^sed throughout.
Coolest place in fcowii.    Good
Horvice and cleanliiiesa, our
���  motto.
tgtm m    .      yik* . M^.        �����
Fresh Bread Daily
at lowest prices.
Pay us a visit. '
Butterfield & Son
Wynndel
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We are opening a crate of the above in Clover-
Leaf and Plain Whiter Avhich we have
just received from England;
CLOVER LEAF
Cups and Sanoers,.per doz������ .....���-..v^4.2t>
6 inch Plates, per doz...��-�� ��--  2.50
'i'lnoh ...tx.....................-.a... o.tjo -
O'lnon ,.,���........................... f*)5.vFv       .
9-inoh * -'���    t      ���.���'.  y.oO ,
0-inch Sonp.Plrt.tes, per doz...--��..������.��.... 4.00
Baker's, 7-inch, each - 50c,
Baker's, 8-inch, each ............aZJJSe, ...., , h,.
.       Bowls at 40o, 50c,,55c. (
Sugar Bowls, $i:'00
Jugs, 50o, 60o, 65a '   y*        :    : '
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?> &.t*i^xZ~i-!. Lt. ..::."��� THE  uBJSSTOSf  REYIEW  Confer Again, on  *?   _ -?^}  ^9^?^  '    '      " ~yv������5:V -        *   V^^  A <-onferen,ce.of engineering atkiboiv'  ities i:epi-esenluig'the state of Idaho  and British;Oohnnbbr"as to *fhe, be-St?  plans iif follow to determine the feasibility of draining Kootenay Flats is to  be held .at Ci-esjkm'at *&.-,<������$������������ ������������ or  about June 15th,-fs the'news that was  broughtv to Cresjiun/<>nv Tuesday byj  four representative citizens of Bonners'  EVrry,- Idaho, one of.whom was A. J.  Keu't. <vho up till last fall was one'of  the Boundary county representative's  in the state legislature, aud along with'  hi in. were B. E. Hawks, J. 13. Spurting, and Mr. Devoine; tbe county  treasurer.       'Announcement. to   this  who is in charge of/irrigation and sec-  lama tion work In Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Montana, accompanied  _M  OB->,  effect reached Bontoet-s- Perry  day nf Let-noon. t >    \0  That': the Reclamation    projected ;is  again attmcting attention both In'Ida-*  ho, ftis %veU as with, tbe U.S."'federal  authorities is indicated in the'presence^  of U. Holt, wbo is-at. present at Bon  iters Ferry investigatidg the- tscheme-J  on instruction's from  the tJ.S. federals  Indian* dgpart'inerjt, there being some  .area eif "Indian lands in Idaho that will  Jie benefitted  by drainage.   flfivHolt-.  eager to co-operate with the Canadians  in determining whether drainage was  feasible and desirable. -   -' - **'  'Aj.SEidft-iea meeting .of the board of  trade was called !>y President Sevan  and theie was a reptesentatiye turnout- of members to discuss'the- whole  matter with the visitors. -. Chairman  Constable of-fche -board of trade reclamation committee sketched the progress  that had been made on this side, and  vyhjcb,indicated that'early in the year  the British Columbia government had  notified that they had appropriated  the, necessary funds fo finance, the engineers of both the province and the  jJt>6minion, and that as soon as Idaho  "provided funds to take care of the ex  penses of the Idaho and Washington fon   Sunday, - June 5thP, aud   a great  Is  any.  Miat in  the  Hajiise? ,  -This is the first question^ that;-presents, itself  .torthe housewife, if  aa'.  -unexpected visitor drops,  ih for a* meal.    But why  worry ?y, ^ .*  P "  *    '-fJL ~L-~ZAP-m tx M^-J^ m'A  a-.--~~wfw-t-.aX j&rjunu -  ���������r -I   r ~  Hams and Bacon  Finest p^iialiiy   .  Cooked Ham  1- ,    -������- *>    < *  Lunch Meat '  Bologna, &c.  are always to be had  here. In meats nothing  quite equals 'Shamrock'  eifjgujeers, B.C. would welcome a get-  ^H>giftther of'6he*engineers representing  the four different governing bodies Interested.  ?AHnost two months ago the Idaho  legislature voted S30f)6" for this pur  ptfse a'nd by. now there has been probacy, sufficient time for this inforni  ation to J|#$e- officially reached Victoria via Washington -and Ottawa. In  c m&equenee considerable reliance is  placed on the information the visitors  brought���������both as affecting tbe Idaho  state authorities, as well- as the U.S.  and Dominion federal interests-and the-  B.C department nf lands.  While the meeting was largely i������-  fnriual it was decided to have the  board secretary enquire at Victoriaas  ���������as to \vhe������her the B.CL lands depart-  ment had consented to such n conference.'      ' "'- "   .. * "  "SfrfofrHs'Crestnri board' of trade'Has  ofidcial information that the , confer  ence is contemplated all possible pressure will be'broughton Victoria to haye  them secure a high.sloss ,e-iigin*e������*-iing  authority, preferably Mr. Meui-ling  who made quite an exhaustive survey  of't-het.Wbole/Ttre-rf in'1913 and 1914. - -*���������  trying out its two new pitchers, Taylor and ?A vis, both of whom had no  trouble holding Copeland in check, l|  and "Taylor,, showing himself equally'  pioScieistjSVith the bat. Eric Craigie  isanotHer member of the aggregation  who was'-conspicuous with 'the stick  and in the field.    In the.centre (garden  /    f      *���������*-      ���������������*" t ft *-~  he had anYexceptionally busy day and  handled"eycrj;thiqg^.;^|thoiit a slip,  while at bitting; he Qikd a couple of  doubles and'a-si������gle"tojhis credit. Ray  KcKjelveyJftf being (irierd out at first  base.tbis-seaSoh- and'*3-fltelded the position :r splendid style, while Bill L*ong,  who is shifted froin first to second,  is equally .at home in. his new location.  Telford dfd the*-backstop work with  all his old time skill As well as doing  some timely hitting^ Und Billy Hall  was quite prominent in the batting  when hits meant runs. The Copeland  team will play- the -return game here  AT  Vwem  hav  ���������*        oa VICTORIA  TUESDAY.^MAY 24  struggle is looked for.'"They have two  practice matches with Bonner's" Ferry  in the* meantime, - which with .their  week-night workouts should just about  put them on an e%en -fboting with tbe  Creston nine. *    -'-  iI2ip* OV45U xtZlT-m  Wardgii Service  f-'tx **>-u������<t*VlM  U  & CO., Ltd.  &&*?ef*?&**$ Tg������������mesg&m������  Creston baseball 'team opened -the  1921 season.auspiciously hy banding  out a 1*3 to 8 beating to th'e Copeland'  Idaho, team at Copeladd, on Sunday  Hfter������P$r. *tHie score;-however, hardly ifldiniites th& difference in the team.-,  as the.-Cope.titndY-ggregJitie-n is a likely  looking <ine^-;'aod Avith a couple of  weeks' more practice will giye a much  better accmVA't. i>f itself.- Frank SU-ap-  ���������leii umpired 'the' contest, which went  the full   nine innings,   with   Creston  To still further increase the efficiency of the forestry .protection service  in this section- 4fire warden Jim Loug  is now provided with "a Ford car out-  fitted so as to be able to carry a considerable quantity; "fof fire-fighjing  equipment, the car-^uhrivrng1 the latter  part of tfcre Week*.^^e^^-a-Tat once put  'into commission".-\'.;^7      ��������� '   "���������'  Horse Racing Program includes Trotters, Pacers and  Gallopers from Calgary, Spokane and Tjuana.  BASEBALL TdORNAMENT  Wycliffe, Ferriie  and  Cranbrook. . ���������  I  B  !  -s  Send entries i!o���������-  A. F. QBOWE, Secretary, Cranbrook.  ���������I  For Sai.b���������Female goot, 1 year old,  well bred, $25.    C. Blair, Erickson.$Q  LAND FQR SALE  Sub-lot 51 of Lot 4595, containing  160 acres, approximately 120 acres  good land, considerable timber, small  stream on property, situated about a  mile from   the   Alice   Siding school-.  For thi* season.Nb^Long will-super-   ������ric.p $400{\ T5"?������    ^or fuv^er. P'"  ������u   j- ,  ��������� . i_    ii.     fi. ,,      m   .     ticulars apply to the owner, G. A. M.  sethe-districtfrt������m^Joatfeil to-Twin   YOUNG, Creston/ 6.C.  SMALL BANK ACCOUNTS  ��������� Mssiy people put off opening a Savings Baxuc  Account until they feel they have a large enough  ���������um to make it worth while, inis is why they  never learn the habit of thrift;       ���������      '.  Gn-^n an account with us by depositing $1, and  addw : -weekly or monthly until you can increaae  the amount of your periodical deposit.  WB WELCOME SMAtfi AdCOUNtS  \.P  _     i-immlL  or  FIXING UP  We can  Cement  Lime  9..  ���������i.s  Lumber  ^���������^U sixeR and  t     - '   i  Canyon City Lumber Company  LIMITED  vise  Bay-^-nT point four Jilltles bevond Kus-  kajr;oi������v���������a.nd- with * th'e er-r^eption of  this four-mile streficJ^&'hiri en the territory can be .covered}^adily,.now the  Siedar-Kuskanook'Highway is open.  Readeis' attention is called ,to the  fact that fire wardens-have receiyed  instructions. Us enforce to the hilt on  every occasion ������*'***o)sgre*j������sion3 of the  regulations affecting,, burning slashings, brush, log p$l-j������s, etc., without the  necet.sary_ permit' ' There is no desire  to place tiny'hardship ������ri-persons wishing Us d*af-burningfrand-JMr. teong has  arranged that if word is-left either  with telephone central-oi-at the Creston Botel that a permit is'wanted.hs  will immediately ntalse the necessary  inspection and issue the permit. With  an 'auto for transport -the-local fire  warden should -be eavaHlable every  other day for the issqjng of these permits, except, of ciiurse, when out  Khting a fire, if at all possible he  vvould like to have the --burning.-'all  done within the- ilext month,; befoVe  the exreissiye dryness iprevjiil^ijit^d the  flr-e danger thus enhanced..  ;. . ..-  To. .facilitate fire fighti-ag.this,year a  ne.u:.i?royinion i,n; th^, Forest: Act pr9v  '.vid.es; that aT.o.und.. ihills and, li;Kging4  camps equipment pf buckets.;shovols������'j(;-^  axes and mattocks niust be kept,in a  stated place exclusiyely for five lighting. Jim has also secured One of the  half-dozen pumps ayailablr , in East  Kootenay, along withUKK) feet of hose  which at present id located at the Sash  & Door Company mill above Kitchener. The punip is equipped with a self-,  starter engine and B^ih ������jij}y;to be plac.  ed on a stream and hose attached, and  is ready for business, doing exceptionally fine work throujjli 700 feet of hose.  Women's Institute  Consideiable important routine business was" put ihrovgh, lit the May  meeting of the Women's Institute on  Friday afternbon which w������h In charge  of 'the ;piesldont, Mih. , Gem Cart-  Avrlpfht-.rtnd tho feature iof which was  a most interesting and practical pup^jr  on ratllnm byMrs. Mallnpdalne.Cres-  tpii ' inatltnte ha*. nominated , - Mrs.  Chalmers of Thrums ������e their selection  of ty,^ootenay-Biuind������irv reprfisenl-  atlve On f.]h<f exoentive of the Pomin-  ion Federated 'Wo^ne^-a1,' inptltutos.  while Mra.^, Lyno and the president  wore niun^d ns delegatos tq the annual  nnnfei-cnce. which will behold this year  at Crawfdrd iiay. |W&slbiy in May or  June,. The Institute alfro arranged to  put on a dance in the now Staples  Fruit Company ware)toUHo at BricH'*'  son the proo������edH of Which will be for  Mil fair prize pnrpoflofl.  -' i * , -. . i.   *   . ���������  ' -mmm -mum i*mmmmamm,������<,���������tf, mum.,, ^ ���������  ,. I     ,.<*        'Yet    '''I1-        }���������  t.li I     J ^l        (     I^JS'^H' ������/���������*,"'  , Lrcr^WBitrr-riro. 1 untl .2 ,ncv������l ������fld  Drop Siding reduced in price $10 per  th������niflnnd. Wynhdolv ffnx Factory,  Wynndel,, B#0. !"'���������      ',-"'  l^on SAtis- Kxtohdhitatf*muihgtable,  shown hi baton's catalogut*, |Hage !KH,  No. 28 M08. Also ^iiflh'fvig* machine.  Knton ciitHlogue. page 861). No. 23*  X8001. PerfJ'ct oondltlon. Box 10,  Wynndel, B,0.  Loyal Orange Lodge, Ho. 2095  MeetsTHIRDTHURSDAY of  each month at . Mercantile  Hall.    Visiting brethren.cordi-  _^ally invited. ^ ���������  "* ERIC OLSON, W.M  Touring Can , ....$889.80 .  Runabout  823.72 ,  .   Truck...! ,.��������� 973.04  with Lighting and Starting.  Tractor, without starter^ $828  Oliver Two-Bottom (12  or 14 in.) Plows.  170  Oliver Double Disc; .--.; 185  ��������� All. the above prices f.oib;:0algary.*  uvernauis  J^Hl .    -         ..*-,'...-,���������*���������-'���������" ..-������������������-..���������   L        ,~.  f i If you consider g;ettin^ your  car, overhauled1-���������any make���������  or any .repairs, we haye mechanics that can do it^ and we  guarantee the^work,  We have several good buys  in second-hand cars. -Gall  and see them. :���������,  Greston Auto & Supply  R. S. BEVAN, Proirr  C. E- BL/RFXit9D  BOOK AGENT  Financial, Governiuent.Owneit.hipjind  Co-Operative Books and Pamphlets a  , .J npeciulty.  Write for price list. .,  MIIMBURN,    :-\'}ALBERlTA'''-.  RANCH F6R SJItE     ;  Improved phice for sale; 20 acres���������12  cleared, of which 10 are in, treen, Rx-  oollent house and biiildtngs, and fully  equipped. POCHIN (Canyon), Brickson, B.C.  Licensed byPfovlncla(6oiir#iJt  Particular ottetitlon given all female  troubles, j Homeliko apartments for  ladles iL^rnlting accouchn\������int. Bent.  medical, practitioners Irt attendance.  W������'llio *>fcphon������> frtr uppolntmentw.  vTlip;hertt reforcnceH.       ���������'������������������"���������������  ' Reasonable termfl.  Innpeotlon Invited.  MRS. MOORE, Matron.  The HOME PRIVATE HOSPITAL  Falls & Baker St,   NELSON, B.C.  Phone 372.     P.O. Box 772  ~im\.\w  vs... g.. vsa a a esanesv  Men's  Half Soles, $1.25  Women'sHalfSoles;$1.00  Guaranteed for 6 months., .  Alex. Mirabelli  Shoemaker   - -    CRESTON  %    Sf aopgis ef     9  land Aof fcindiiiiiisiifs  Minimum   price   of nrut-class  i  pr  V&.6  land'  confliied   to  aur- -  reduced to ffisnacra; second-class, to  1 $s.50 sia' acre.  Pre-emption  now  vayed lands only.  Records -vUl Jjs granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural'purpose.-*  and~wmch 7s nou^timber l&ri-..' "  ' "Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  but parties of i\ot more than four may -  arrange /or- adjacent pre-emptions  with joint residence, but each making  necessary improvements 09 respective  claims.' " *%.  Pre-emDtcrs raust o<seupy claims tor  Ave years and make improvements to  value of ..|10 per acre. Including clesar-  lng and cultivation of at least 5 acres,  before'receiving Crown Grant.  Where pre-emptor in occupation not  less than 3 years, and has made proportionate Improvements, he may; because of ill-health, or other cause, be  granted Intermediate certificate1 of tm- '  proyement and transfer his claim.  Records   without   permanent   residence may be issued; provided ���������appll-''"'''  cant makes improvements to .extent of  (300 per annqmand records same each  year.    Eailu^a to make improvement*-;  or .record  same wjll oyerate as for-  feiture^' T^tle 1 oatmot^be obtained;. In-������-5*  less than .5 years, and improvements.,  ���������!rf; .l-.-C xiiT 'gc?v.   ui^uuiiiK  tf acres  cleared.,and cultivated, and residence*;  ot'J&Jea&t 2 years ������>e required. 0, -'yr"  Pre-emptor holding Crown grant .  may record'another pre-emption, lf he  requlresE; Rutd in conjunction with - nie  farm, without actual occupation, pro-,  vlded statutory Improvements made  and residence maintained on Crown '  granted land.  : Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding; 20 ������������������;'  acres, may be leased as homesites:  title;to be obtained after fulfilling residential and improvement.condition*.  ' For gnuBing and industrial purposes  areas exceeding 640 acres may- be  leased by one penon or company.  MIU, factory -or industrial sites on  timber land  not exceeding   40 acres  may b* purchaaed; conditions include  , payment of stumpagea, :, -, k .   ��������� ���������.  Natural hay meadowe Inaccessible  by existing roado may be purchased  -conditional upon construction of a road  td them. Rebate of one-half of cost of  road, not -exceeding half of purchase *  price, to made.  ORANTS  PRE-EMPTOR*'     FREE  *;������������������_���������,, P.i'-'- ACT. . * ���������  The aeon* of tlita Act ia enlarged to ���������  include all persons Joining and oerv-  -,ing with Hb Majesty's Forces. The  time within which the heirs or devisee*  or a deceased pre-emptor may apply  for title under this Act ia extended  .from for one year from the death of <  such peraon/ aa formerly,  until one;!  year after the conoluaion of the present \i  war. , Thla privilege la alao made re*  Uwxtlve.     *\ '���������'��������� a      -j  - Ho fees ralatlni to pre-empUons are .  du* or payable by aoldlera on    preemptions reeoordftd after June set, i.Ur,  (Taxes, ore remitted for five yeare.  Provision for return -ot.moneys ac-  v crued, due and been paid since August  4, 1014, on account of payments, t.~n  or taxes on soldiers' pre-emptions.  - latereet on agreement* to purchasv :  town or etJty iota held by members of  Allied Poroea. or dependeriffc, acquired  direct or indirect, remitted from an-  Ilstmeent to March Si. lBto.  QUB'PUHCHAIBRS OF CROWN  ^FrovMlon made I'or iaauance of .  Crown grant* to sub-purchasers of -  Crown Land*, aoejulring^ rights from ������  purchaser* who failed to complete- .  purchase. Involving forfeiture, on ful- :  fill-nent <~t eonditloaa of purchase, in- -  tereat aud taxM. Where ������ub-purchiue-  ������rtr do not cflaim whole of original par-  eel. puroha** price due ana taxes ma> -.1  ' ������e   dl*tii|������ut*5   rtronortionately   over !  ���������M#^i^l^onr^     b*|!  Oraxing Act, 1110. for   ���������ystemaiio-''  dsvalopment or lfvestock Industry pro--.;  vledeefor gnuing district* ���������* r-K���������-  SWKgi^  administration under vovnKU*ion������>-  Annual am-etmr P������rmiti������?l~~^u~T%*t*A  on .numbenj rarged; priority fw wit.  Ilahed owner*, stock -owners Jaay  form AMtociatior.t for range m*,-"������,.  ���������oiShSi e,w������*������ra -- traveller^  *<������. 1  tr.-A  ������v *^^^T'^^WJ**h*i^*,^^'i^;~^.'" *" J" ���������".' fj*iii,f*-.'r","-;-i"tTrj|-li ilTi'i i- ri _iu ^t, ,-r ... ���������.Vi-  THE : ;*VKEVTEW:" ���������'' GRESTON,    M^O*  i'  fey**  i  Y  ft  TTke  Swing  of tke  Pendulum  The enormous demand for products and goods of all kinds during the  War, and the consequent rapid rise in prices" not only for suchYproducts  and goods but for all materials and iabor entering into their production for  Use, created problems in finance and economics which taxed the best brains  in all co'u'ntrles. Phenomenal increases in prices of all commodities inevitably forced increased wages paid to workers in order that thcy might  be able 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 ih 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 whieh were required in enormous quantities during the  struggle., Coupled with this cessation in demand, was the return of millions ol men from the armies back to civilian life and the necessity pf absorbing them once again into the industrial and productive work of the  Country.* Under the conditions it did not take lopg to make good the  shortage of goods in practically ail lines which had bee'q������'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 and business and labor faces-the problems of  decreased demand and falling prices, ������ifficult- 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 unem-  y ������ ployment, resulting in a lessened buying power'by the public and an inevitable fall in prices of commodities. Yetthis new and much more difficult  probleflnf must be faced and solved, and all classes mij-st contribute their fair  share to the solution.     ������ < Y  The chief present difficulty seems te Ue inthe fact that thc 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 person must real-  Y. tze that with the passing of those exceptional conditions, wages, like every  thing else, must return to a normal level.  -In order to stimulate buying on the part>of people generally, there must  f>e a decrease in prices: If there is not such a drop in prices, and, as a  consequence, increased buying, there must inevitably be a curtailment tn  . 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 in the number of the unemployed means a further lowering of the buying power of the people, and a still further increase in unemployment, or a substantial reduction in the hours of employment���������factor-  - ie3 running half-time instead of full time. In other words, the world is in  danger of again travelling in an economic circle, even more vicious and  Containing greater possibilities of disaster than the one travelled during the  war ycars.  The unfortunate fact la that, to an appalling extent, people today are  being guided in &ieir actions 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. Dug^  Ing the war the pendulum swung to the extreme limit one way, and everybody had to swing with it; it must swing to the other extreme before an  equilibrium is reached, and once again everybody is affected. Not by the  efforts on any one class alone, but only through the combined efforts" aad co-  * operation of 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 it's own prices, hours of labor,  stale of wages, etc., without having regard to other lines of industry. For  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  no far a9 they are concerned. But nofc so. If as the resu^ of the  cchedules agreed upon* an undue burden is placed on.other lines of commercial activity and the 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 fche old fable of killing 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, ^nd it is important at this time that people should not dwell  loo much 6" theories but face actualities, fundamental principlea. and fh<?  concrete facts of the situation.  Caigary Offered  Hetfd of Buffalo  Dominion   Park's   Department  TtlTffi   Ov������*������*  left-Am   TVo**^"*.**.   'T'mwixt-t-m  .    .     .   -0 -m- mm       x~   ���������-   *-.       w.    .. v .w.       ���������, 0010.      mt-..     44.   VV V.XXX.J.  Animals.  If the citizens of Calgary will promise t.d-assume responsibility for a herd  af* 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 animals. But before anything is done by the department, the citizens must state the  amount of land they are prepared to  fence, the kind of fencing to be used,  the grazing condCtions_(m the reserve  and the water supp_ly.  ������  Millie  -/  Elk For LondotujSoov,  ^Xhre&.eik ^ere shipped from "Van-,  couver,  B.C.,  recently,  consigned to  the    Zoologies!    Gardens,    Londoaf  England. - "Y-  Canadian Structural  Yalue of This Production Increased  to a New Maximum.  * During the war, building activity  was reduced to a minimum, and ths  total value of the production of cement, clay and quarry products which  had reached a maximum of $30,-80������,752  in 1913 and fallen to $17,467,186 in  '1916, increasing to $27,421,510 in. 1919.  In 19^0 the*yalue of this production  had increased to, a new maximum of  $38,184,848. While higher prices have  playe.d an important part in this increase of over 39 per cent, in value the  actual quantities of, cement, brick,  lime s-nd stone produced has been  considerably increased in 1920 over  the 1919 production.  HAT DRY COUGH  BR0NCH1T1!  R1GWEAIHER       Y  HARD ON BABY  *-,- The - Canadian spring- weather*���������one  day mild and bright! the next raw  and blustery 13 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 desired. ^ He is confined to the- house  which is so often K>yer-heatcd and  badly ventilated. Ke catches coldj  his little stomach and bowels become  disordered and the mother soqn'has  a sick baby to look after. To pre-  vent-this an occasional dose of Baby's  Own Tablets .should ber given. They  regulate the_gtomach and bowels, thus  preventing orT>anishing 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 bos from  The Dr. Williams' Mediclna Cov  Brockviiic. One.  in  llim  If neglected,, ������t will weakest the  throat and perhaps reach the: lungs.  Nothing surer to help you quickly  than the healing soothing vapor 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 throatj. Catarrh, Bronchitis disappears. -oatarrhozoae is a  genuine, scientific preparation. Sold!  everywhere in three sizes, 25c, 50c and  one dollar for a complete two months  treatment. Prepared by tha Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.  Northern Inland Fisheries.  The Northern Inland Fisheries have  had a very successful season, and thc  Alberta Pish Company and the Meinnis Fish Company, together with  thc Saskatchewan fish companies,  have shipped about two million  pounds of fish The greatest source  of production was Buffalo Lake. More?  than 600,000 pound* of the catch was  marketed throughout the west, and a  large quantity fihlpped to Chicago- for  distribution.  Iron, according to Arlatolc, waa  once extensively employed aa currency.  Wireless for Northern Manitoba.  To put Northern Manitoba into  direct communication with civilization, Dr. R. C> Wallace, commissioner  for 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 one big station, and he aska that  another be built at Plquiconl with ten  smaller one* erected at intermediate  points,  LeUmber From Peace River���������  Arrangements  are  being made   to  ship  37J000.000  feet  of  timber  from  limits near Sawridge, on the Edmonton, Duiivegaa and British Columbia  R *t\ itvurfi %r     rvj\-%\. n*\-i  -~-,mmmm   00   -mm J   4f a 4   0. m a. *m. 0.4.  River .district,  North-Western  Edmonton,  *u -  Sotrt������ 7,473 Belgians Died ss Rendt  of Occupation  According- to official figure* Just  made public, 7,473 Belgian civilians  died aa the result of tie German oc-  cupation of their .country.,: Of these  4,939 civilians were shoe by German  troops ..or executed by order o2 /the  German military authorities/ 1,331  died in prison,, m which they were  confined by Germans, and 1,228 died  in the course of the enforced deportations to Germany and the French  front,.  The ������meot&est looking code ia  rough and pitted under th*  microscope. The powdered, mica  in Imperial MicfteAxle,Grease  &1I3 in this roughness and makes  every rubbing.surface smooth*.  Grease can theif lubricate prop*  ������rly and will last twice as long  as it ordinarily would-.  *' ���������'.'  :Z -   '*-'��������� . ���������  Imperial MSca ~~~~.*~ Greasa- Ss  the best and most: oconotnlcaS  grease you can h~*w J������e yew  wagons, and trucka. ..  Leather ta honeycombed wftfe  pores���������^thousands of them to  . every square  Each. Topr-a*  vent these  ft I ay opeoo  toga from  absorbing  dusto ewe**  and moisture  use Imperial  Eureka Has*  aeaaOiL  ���������Xt closes tip the potest ot  leather and keeps It strong,  tteaibie and new-looking.  St contains no acids and  St will not turn rancid.  Farmers, teamsters and  liverymen use and reeota*-**  dead it.   v   ...  Ttmrn  r.  A.   \rC~txi*J   I  to   the mills of the  Lumber    Company,  Asthma -Overcome. The triumph  over asthma haa assuredly come, Dr.  J. D. Kcllogg's Asthma Remedy has  proved a positive blessrng to the victim of asthmatic attacks. LetteTs-re-  ceived from many who have tried ifc  form a testimonial which leaves no  room for doubt' that here is a real  remedy. G<jc ii to-day from your  dealer.  New York City haa more than  eleven thousand miles of paved streets  and sidewalks.  -JWS-t'L-J'  L.'lliiar-J'BJJli..'^g!!JB!  fymtm-~V!LM*mmmm0MJ0^^  It's Really Amazing  the amount: of nourishment  you 11 find in a small dish of  Grape *Nuts  "Vrith cream, or good milk added  Sweet wdth its ova sugar,  detreloped from the grains to  the making, this staray blend  of wheat and tnaked barley*  contains, in compact form ana  ~~t tew coitttthe nutritive and  mineral elements needed i������  build health and strength.  r       '-'tm  r**\-  mmmiw  4gf  PAIN IN THE LOINS  Hem you a  canary? His  singing will  brighten ths  homex-  'limn ������n ���������������  ���������Wtm-  jtijmmmmmmimmirtvmm04lmm.ii* i mi   i' ������ ' ..imi.' ���������  HMvem 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 drop rubs in, because it  penetrates -no deeply, Nerviline gives  a wonderful result. More powerful  because five times stronger, more  penetiratlnff because --it strikes  through soft tissue, more healing to  pain, Nerviline Liniment should be always on hand. Sold everywhere in  largo 35 cent bottles.  A Protest Long: Delayed  Isn't it about lime that the stationers manage to lay ii> some lead pencils which arc worth, buying? Ever  since the war began we- have been  putting up with nubatitutcfl for burned matches and paying from five to  eight cents each for them, too. Now  our patience l������ becoming exhausted,  and we are looking for a pencil with  thick, soft lead und one which can  bo sharpened without the lead breaking. VVe bought two pencils during  the last 48 hours, and paid six cents  for one nnd seven for the other, nnd  neither of them was worth a darn.  We haven't had a good pencil In three  years.  -York, Vx., Gazette,  F.vcry workman In Japan wear a on  his cap an IciAettpllan mating; hi a  \.vA\nt.$ md his employer** name.  Instruction for Soldier^ Wtvca*.  Five hundred and seventy-sbc wives  of CK-Canadian soldiers, with their  hundred babies and fifty other children, were brought together at Edmonton recently by the Home Branch  of the Soldier Settlement Bemrd 'for  instruction in farm and household  subjects. Arr������mgcmcnt9 were made  for carinff-for thc babies whilst the  mothers attended Iccturco. It la expected that before the close o������ tlte  winter 3,000 women will have attended these short courses/and more than  1,000 soldiers' wives havo already  benefitted by the Instructive classes.  Minatd'a Liniment For Bums,: Kto���������  American Buya Farm.  Elmer Woodcock, of Joliette, ,11-  Hnola, haa purchased a fully Improved section of farm land near Sperling,  Manitoba'. He paid $50,000 for this  section, which la the equivalent to  about $78 per acre, aa a section measures (340 acres.  Brock'a will fceep your bird In stood voloa  Kxjcauao ifc will keep hlsa la good health-  Brock's Book on Birds, 25c postage paid.  8TRSB oampia of Brock's Bird Treat  sent on request  (NICHOLSON A BROOK  ?3 MARKET ST..JTORONTO. ONT.  ras^asssHHSsssssssssaasaaassBHi  Oil On Queen Charlotte Ealanda.  Hncreased activity is reported in th������  matter of oil lands 'n the Queen Char- .*.  lotte   Islands,   and-it is understood  that an American concern will short-\  ly commence to develop deposits of,  oil sMale'found on the islands.  Heart Disease  Relieved la? 30  Minutes.  Dr. AcmeWu Remedy for the Heart plvei  perfe-ct relief iti all casea of Organic or  Sympathetic Heart Disease ia 30 tv-iautea, and.  npccdtljr effect* a cure. 'It la a peedes*  remedy for Palpitation, Sho.rtneaa of Breathy  Smotherlnfl* Spells, Pala in Left Side, and all;  oymptoma of a diseased Xieact One doi������.  cbavlnce*. *,   .  ���������'  A fay:orlj,e dish of the Russians lt������  a soup into which soiir cream is stir-^.  red just before it is served. -;  Minard's   Liniment  tfi-f-tC.  for  Sale Kv&ry-  CZEMA  You ar������ not  experiment-  Inij when  you use ur.  Ohaae's Olnb*  ment for Bozema and 8lcln, Irrlt*.  tions. It rellovcs at onco mhI gradually heals tho Bkta. Bumplo box pr.  Ointment free It you mention this  "'8*.  wauer and send so. stamp for pontage, ooo. a  ftoxt all dealers or Kdmanson, Bales & Co.,  Limited, Toronto.  MONEY ORDERS  Buy your out ol town nupplica with Vet*  mlnlttn Exprean Money Orders. Fit* dot*  lar> costi three cents. ,���������      .m  .- Am%'  i *w  Dog Remedlea  BOOK ON  DOO   DISEASES  and Hew to Fe������4  Mailed   1'iett   to   any  Addrait/by tkt  -tr*    Autkor -...���������._  CO.,   INC.,  US-  W������at   Mat-atreet,  Vow York, U.9.A.  ���������pSvw*3a 23    ^y*^yS|S^fBH     fifcmfffljS    ^^<^[y^3^|[MlP^J^^ffinTXJTO  .4*.  ir *i j**,*  WJ  ac  itoXAbT ������ll tlouifuUti. at tfti.  MxpxUt 9% raealpl of.prlot.  Vtts-    paotpUUt.     Aitil^tiil  VH������ COOK MIDICIMK CO4  fOIMIDtfjlT* iffnw^WMHrJ  timmm m~ ��������� ' wn ������������������ miimdmmtmm^mm  HKWei^ii emll* - **i.il������iie"������m*������ ****mta,mm.mm> m,    0 m m ��������� **, 11" Un wwwP  /  ^1  w. if. tr. im ~A  THM     REVIEW,.   ���������RESTONf     B.     C.  V9V9 9       -jf   i  40-   *m\  WS2^y^aw������ncer������fc^com������'  -tot-ting coKof feoaa any  "external" pain, qh Sloan'a  S/i-steacnt. Itdoeathejabwltfaa  oat otalnina;, mibbinff, bandaa^  fine. Vb~ facto for rheumatfam,,  beuralslei, aches and pains-,  sprain-wind stra-jtig, &ackftefe-*v  ^ (SOM-maactoo,  Made in -.  Canada -  mmmS-mmi  %m,\v& *m-\-t%������'-si%w~.  JtilSItllll  Women Engineers  Many  Branches o.  Profession  For  Which Women Are^Suitabie.  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 of Miss Griff, the first woman to  become art associate member of the.  Institute of Automobile Engineers of  Great Britain.      Starting as 8 motor  engineer, Miss Griff ultimately acquired- such a knowledge of lighting-* in-  stallatipn^ pumping plants, gas.and oi!  engines,   from   machinery, plow andf- give bowels,  tractors^ that she was able to establish herself as a successful ^consulting  engineer.     In England other pioneief  wjojn-rcn engineers are engaged in elec-  ���������Urical  engineering,  civil- engineering,  draughtsmanship, patient office work,  and the mechanical   side  work.  T&te liver Is  &#jyN! 1 slI��������� ������&i  If the liver is right the whole system  is better ofi. Carter's |.fttl0 Liv*������  Pills awaken your  sluggish, elogge-u-  up liver and relieve eonstips-  tion, stomach    0 -mm   -         trouble, inac-,^9 H g\/.jg?,ga>  Jos&ot appe- ^ Hst^ii������������������������2^1  tite, sick headache and dizziness.   Purely vegetable,  You need them., ���������~-������������������������*,.*'���������'  SnudlPHI���������small ������ose���������Smaa Frist  qL?. X-ray  I  Happenings  Briefly Jold  ������������  If Tormegited With Corns  User Good Oid *���������" Putaams  It's really a simple thin������\to remove  your corns, apd without pajn, if ypu  apply Putnam's Painless    Corn   -Extractor.      It acts like magic,-lifts, out  Italy's    redeemed    territories celerLttie corn, root and branch, leaves the  J  brated their formal annexation with  great enthusiasm.      .  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  atCoblenz.  R. M. Lewis, of the fourth class  of tjhe Ontario Agricultural College,  - has - been .appointed- an agricultural  missionary in' the West China University.  About 20 per cent. of."U.S. school  children are not properly nourished  according to Mary G. McCormickj  New York state school supervisor of  nutrition. **      i- ^  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.-repor*ted*-from -Bern%  Switzerland, where a pastor Of that  city, after being, officially declared  ..-��������� dead, suddenly awoke.  Hundreds of medals, decorations  and citations, intended������J;for American  veterans of the war, but undelivered,  9X��������� in the hands of^-fhe: Adjutant-  General of the U.S. army, who-has  appealed to the American Legion to  assist in finding their owners.  skin smooth as silk.     No failure with  sPutnam's," 25c everywhere.  Life would not be so complicated  if there were not so many >elf-ap-  ���������pointed leaders who don't know  where_L.they are going.���������-Birmingham  Age-Herald.      ^ >s\  k Frock of CottOB  Homespun:  What One of the BTst Known  Travellers In Canada Says  "Now I am going to giro you an unsolicited testimonial, a������ they say-is the patent  medicine advertising. Heretofore I have had  a profound contempt {or patent medicines,  particularly so-called liniments. Perhaps  this is due to the reason that I have been  blessed with a sturdy constitution, and .have  never been UI a day in my life. One day  last fall after a hard day's tramp io the slush  of Montreal, I developed .a severe pain in my  iecs and, of course, like a man who has never  had anything wrong with him physically, t  complained .rather boisterously, y The good  little wife exy-t "I will rub them with some  liniment I have. Go ahead." I 6aid, last to  hunfor her. "Well, in she comes with a bottle of MINARD'S LINIMENT and gets  busy. Believe me the pain disappeared a few  minutes after, and you, can- tell the world E  said so."        .--' '  (Signed) FRANK E. JOHNS, Montreal.  Easy to Get and .Safe to Use.  Cold water and flour mixed will at  once relieve the" pain caused by burns.  Cost of the British Monarchy  ~~���������~���������~m es  British  Monarchs   Receive  Through  Parliament    Whatever    Amount  Nation Cares to Vote Them.  No country gets its Emperor, Ktug  or President at a more economical  cost than does Great Britain, or to  -3peak more correctly the British Empire. Its monarchs during the centuries had' acquired by hereditary  rights, by inter-marriages arid by Acts  of Parliament vast fortunes and tm-  -mense incomes William IV. of his  own free will gave up all these rights  and incomes, and accepted instead a  greatly 'smaller sura 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 receives  from the sums ceded very much more  than it pays. So tliat the Empire is  actually making money ou& of its  Sovereigns.  gxm*r  Wise mothers" who know the virtues  of Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator always have it at hand, because  it-proves its value.  Cuticura Sfiampoos  Mean Healthy Hair  Especially if preceded* by touches  of Cuticura Ointment to spots of  dandruff itching and irritation.  This treatment does much So keep  Che scalp clean and healthy and So  promote hair growth.  8m������2Sc.AH~t~-~~l2---i~9~, feXagmM*- fkM  : throughout theDominion. CanadianDejpot:  tyo*?M.IiBiteJ.S44S������.PasISt.*=f.,K������^������sl  'Cntieon Soap ihavst witboat as**-.  Million Fire Loss In Alberta,  'Complete returns of fires and fire  losses for the year throughout Alberta  show   that    870    fires   did   damagt  It is* estimated that nine thousand  five hundred acres of forest are being j ^a^'to $1^54.191.  cut down every day of the   year to  supply pulp for paper manufacture.  GLAD HE TRIED THE  A Remedy- for Earache.���������To have  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* Eclectrie  Oil offers a simple'remedy. A few-  drops upon a piece of lint or medicat- fe  ed cotton and placed in the ear will  do much in, relieving pain.  The signature of William Shakespeare written on the wall of Hampton  Court   Palace,    and dated 16fl6, has  Through Its Use Strength aad Vigor  Was Restored.  To be tired after exertion is natural.      Rest and food restore the body  to normal after such fatigue.     But to  ^ *Zf a" 2^?el!w^Pt0^K* been pronounced authentic  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 aefcue pains   that   it       _, ��������� ���������.w - , w ..*. ~���������~v   ~���������- ... v-���������  often difficult to persuade the suffer-1 head": "wlHw&ndJWth������ 'the"use orHAtt/S  er to do anything for it. But U is i catarrh medicine will build uP the  not a conditio.n ^  the blOOd IS not enriched, the trouble    Acute Catarrh may lead to Chronic Catarrh.  wil!   increase.      The  nerves   wil!   be 1     HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is* takea :  undernourished    and   neuralgia pains' internally and acts through-tha Blood on tho  "Cold in the Head  .9  f   -, lo aaacuto attack of Nasal Ca^wfe. '��������� Pep.  18 ; sons who are_8ubjeet'to frequent "coHs.in tho.  Itch Cured In 30 Minutes.  Itch, Mange,"and all contagious scratches  on human or animal, cured in 30 minutes by  Wolfo'rd'a Sanitary Lotion.      At Drugrgista.  Big Steel Plant ������or Coast.  . Establishment of a large steel plant  on the cdastiprobably 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 ha*l looked over thevground and  returned to "England to report  Pains About  the Heart  ������ 1 ���������  A NY derangement.- fcf *~the  heart's action is alarming.  Frequently pains about tha  heart are caused by the formation of &m arising from- indigestion.  Belief from this condition Is.,1  pbtained by the use of Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills.  Chronic Indigestion- results  from sluggish liver action, con-  0tip.ation, of the bowels and  Inactive kidneys.  Because Dr. ChaatVa Kldney-Iilver  Pill������ aroune theno oraratui to activity,  thoy afford lasting relief Cor Indigestion and ovoroom*-the many annoy-  Inar oymptomv.  The Many-rPurpo8o Oil.~Both In  the. hbtise and stable there are scores  of uses for Dr* Thomas' Eclectrie OU.  Use it for cuts, bruises, burns, scalds,  the pains of rheumatism and sciatica,  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 yeara.  mi.. .         m.. ,..m  .  "Trans-Canada" Limited  To Commence May 22  By Marie Belmo'at.  Cotton" homespun is a -delightful  shade of green is the material chosen  for the fashioning of this attractive  dres3 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 Brown collar is  set off by a pink silk tie. Tho sleeves  are long and wide-mouthed. This  feature is accentuated by the slash  that extends almost to the elbow. Decorative motifs enhance their appearance.  will follow. Digestive disturbances  often result from thin blood, sleep Is  disturbed and. a general breakdown  may occur. ���������  ���������- .  M'r. Wilson Johnson, Nineveh, N.S.,  says: "A few years ago my system  was in a badly run down condition.  My nerves seemed always on edge,  and I found myself so weak that I  could hackly do any work.   I suffered  Jews IVJay Have Mercantile Marine.  It is 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 "Hccolutz," which sailed  from Jaffa recently. She waa owned  and manned by Jews>  COULDN'T DO HOUSEWORK  ��������� eWWItllH���������  DrCtiase's  Kfdiieu Li\cii Pills  ������u=  W-   N.   V,   1361  Fast Schedule Which Has Proved So  Popular    Will    Be   Maintain^   ���������  This Year.  The "Trails-Canada" service will  be inaugurated on Sunday, May 22tuL  when the summer timetable becomes  effective, the first trains leaving-Mon-  trcdl, Toronto and Vancouver.on that'  day. ��������� ���������>  The "Trans-Canada" Limited will  be an exclusive Bleeping ��������� car train  with all ateel equipment, which has  bcen specially designed and built for  this service, at the Company's Angus  Shops, Montreal, ah*l mark the highest degree of cjcccllcaaq and travel  comfort. .    ,  The fast schedule wttlcfr proved no  popular with the travelling public last  summer will be maintained this year.,  Tralng 13 and 14 "Soo-Paclftc Ex>  press," will commence operation between St. Paul and Vancouver effective Sunday, June 5th. Thta Will  make four trains which the Canadian  Pacific will operate to *nd from the  Coast dally during: the euminer  months.        ������������������������������������-���������'  Mucous Surfaces of the System-  All Druggists 75c    Testimonials free.  100.00 for an-fc case of catarrh that HALL'S  $100.00    for    any    case,. of    catarrh    that  KAIX'S  CATARRH > MEDICINE  wiii aot  cure. .    ���������-* ~-  W. I- Cheaey & Co., Toledo, Oblaf  Eagles have been known to fly to a  height of 6.0Q0 feet.   A lark will-rise  Co the same height, and so will crows.  a  Miller's Worm Powders will not  only expel-worms from the system but  will induce healthful conditions of the  system under which worms can no  longer thrive. Worms keep a child  in a continual state o* restlessness an*u  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.  Minard's Liniment For Dandruff  HEART SO BAD  Many women become run down and  worn out by their household cares and  duticH 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 wdman* to look after her household or social duties. The least little cjiertlon _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 VtU be  wise If you take a course of Miiburn's  Heart and Nerve Pills.  Mrs. Daniel Bezansoii,, Loganvllle,  N.S., writes:���������"A'a I was troubled  with- a weak; heart for nearly two  .years 1 am .writing to tell you what  your great remedy/Miiburn's Heart  and Nerve Pills, has done for me.  My heart was oo bad at night I  could not sleep; t would-take smothering spells, and . was m weak "t  could not do my housework I tried  two doctors, but, got no results, - A  frldnd advised me to try Mllbttra'a  Heart and Nerve Plllf, I have used  olx boxiei, and X am completely relieved. I think they are the beat taedl*  cine foy-heart trouble^tliere la/*  Price 50c a box at alt dealers or  mailed direct on receipt of price by  The T. MUbum Co*, wmit������<l, *��������� Toin  onto. Out.  from headaches and from pains in j As a rule. It is said, birds do not  the back and under the Shoulders, and | fly at a greater height than 1,000  was often so sleepless at night tha< f   t .  when morning came, I felt as tired as'  when J went to bed. I was taking  medicine all the-time, but it was doing  nie no good. Then I read the testimonial of a man whose" condition had  been similar to miner 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  taken six more boxes, and I can only  say I am clad 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 St) cents a bos or siic  boxes for $2.50 from The Dr. \yil-  liama Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont .  - ��������� ���������*   -. (  Dairying In Alberta  ���������MMMMWeM*  Edmonton   -the   Largest   Creamery  Butter Manufacturing Centre 1~%  Cti&ada.  ���������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   Edmonton,   Alberta, Is the'  largest creamery- butter;- piattufactttr-  ihg centre in Canada    AH the proy'Z  inces havo well organized dairy departments which give every possible |  assistance to the Industry, and as a  result of their efforts the manufacture  of^buttcr has bcen standardized to a  high degree.  When Hollowa/a Cortt Remover  Is applied to a corn It kills the root*  and the callosity comes out without  injury to the flesh.  To Offer Rich Fruit Landa.  It U announced that the British  Columbia Government will put 22,000  acres of land tn the irrigated district  at Osoyoas, Okanagan Valley, one of  the richest fruit growing areas la the  world* on the market ���������tarty (a the  spring. *  Minard's Liniment Relieve* Neura-JgUi  LIFE WAS Jl  MISERY TO HER  ~m.    imi uaaX000mm^B>mmtmmtUm^mXS  Says tlii* Woman Until Re������  Sieved by Lydia E. Pinkham'a  Vegetable Compound.  I.   * - -  Owen Sound, Ont.���������*���������! Buffered ior  ten yefora with female organic trouble,,  neuralgia and indigestion, and waa  weak and had such  bad  pafcia I could  hardly walk or stand  ujvatthnea.   When  I* would sweep I  would have to go and  lie down.    I could  not sleep at night;  and would wander  around tlio house  half the time. I tried  _j everything butnoth-  tng, did me any good, and the last doc*  tor I had told me ho never earpectod  me to be on my feet again or able to do  a day's work.   One day ono of your  little books was loft at my door and my  husband said I jftould try a bottle of  Lydia EL Piakham'a Vegetable Compound, XthAnkGo4I<Ud^forlt relieved  mo, and I am now well and strong.   ������  think there is no remedy like the Vegetable Compound for anyono who hasmy.  troubles, and have recommended It to  mynelghbora. You can publish my letter  for the benefit of those I can't reach."  -Mm, HENltr A. MlTCKHSLU 1767 7fcb  Ave., mat, Owen-Sotind, Ont.  If you have any symptom about which  Suwquld like toknow write to tha Lydhi  Plnkham Medicine Co., tejmn, Mas**  tot helpful Mftftt given free ft ebargt*  ^j ���������    tr%.^*t tat, I    mm %-a.jt-M . amW^axmat^ jt"a.-sr~ ������Sh m  ������xww*s ������&a*���������l * ������a ovum  A  Fob Sale���������Tomato plants, healthy  shock,$8 per 1000. R. Stewart. Creston.  .Tomato Plants���������Plenty of  trans  planted tomato plants for sale,  M.  Bdniondbon. Creston.  Mrs. Irving of Fernie arrived on Sunday, for a short holiday visit with her  sister, Mrs. Mallandaine.  For    Sale���������A    particularly    good  rmaldehyde  Guaranteed full 40%  Standard:  Don't chance Potato  Scab  when-a simple solution  of  Formaldehyde  will  assure you a good clean  *      crop of :p0tatoes  Beattie-Oafway  ��������� -���������*   -t������ ���������  Limited  heifer  calf,  one   month -old, from  heavy milker.    Apply H. Lyne.  Miss McKay of Cranbrook spent a  few days here this Week, on the quarterly audit of the Beattie-Oatway. Ltd.  Wastsd���������Capable girl or wrmiMn to  assist with house work two days a  week.    Apply W. H. Kensp. Erickson.  For Sale���������Light wagon, democrat  and single buggy, all in good shape.  Morrow's Blacksmith  Shop,  Creston.  For Sale���������320 aci-ess known as Sub  Lot 54, on Arrow Creek, $10 per acre.,  Apply to owner, W. K. Esling, JRoss-  land. B.C.  Creston Rod & Gun Club have appropriated Faiday evening, June 3rd,  for a dance, full particulars of which  will be announced next week.  Miss McGregor, travelling secretary  of the W.M.S., is announced to speak  at the evening service in the Presbyterian Church on Sunday, at 7.30.  Corp. Wilson of Kinsgate has been  placed temporarily in charge of the  Creston detachment of ithe; ���������R.C.MiP.,'  in succession Iti the late Sergt.   Searle.  Wanted���������Good milch cow, fresh* or  due to freshen soon; second or third  calf .preferred. State price mid'full  particulars to   W. K. Beard'.   -Lister,  B.������.    '"      :������������������.. *--*  ������������������-'���������      Z-     "    Z?- ������������������?  As compared with 1920 the new telephone directory just -issued shmvs  there has been a nett gain of 15  telephone's in use this year as compared  with 1020/  The Kin^s Daughters had quite a  successful silver tea at the home of  Mrs. Speers on Saturday afternoon, at  which the receipts were in the neighborhood of $7.   Y   Y ::   ' P  E. C, Gibbs was a week-end visitor  at Ci-an brook;. Mr. Ash's recovery continues satisfactory, but it will possibly  Danger Point i^  ..'The.danger point in fruit prices is: reached when the welt  returns received fall below the cost of pr-oduction;    Y  This year there is every reason ta expect^considerable drop  in fruit prices asrcompared with i92p^;id^in'.o^ertrto'-<keept;,������vell.  above the danger point fruit growers., must, reduce  the cost of  - production.    Uufoi-turiatelylbhis is a diMeult matter. ? u; r  Labor is only slightly lowered. Spray material shows no  reduction in prieei and there are such big carry over stocks of  paper, boxes and other supplies that fruit-packages wiii eost  nearly as much as in 1920. s    ' p  It seems certain, therefore, that the margin of safety between  success and failure will be slight, and it is apparent that the  danger point can be avoided only by the most careful judgment  in selecting a marketing agency.  We have the marketing connection, and the ability to secure  for you the highest obtainable prices, in addition, we have perfected a system of prompt payments without pooling, which guarantees that you will receive what your produce sells for unreduced  by amounts to cover pooling or other unlooked for losses.  It is obvious that you ean not afford for- tins, 1921 season to.  pass up the opportunity we offer you of securing the highest  prices foe your produce.  be another three weeks before she can  leaf e the hospital.  Lumber���������No. 1 and 2 Bevel and  Drop Siding reduced in pi-ice $10 per  thousand." Wynndel Box Factory.  WynridelrB.C."  For Sale���������Driving horse, 7 years  old, 1100 lbs., splendid driyer and guaranteed perfectly gentle. Also harness  and buggy. Will sell horse alone.  Enquire Review Office.  BEBB.xPxCKERS-Wanted to arrange  with six berry pickers for both strawberries and- raspberries, steady work  at best prices. Apply R. , Stewart  (Slice Siding). Creston. -  Tuesday is Victoria Day, a statutory  holiday, and all places of business in  town will be closed. Tbe genera! delivery wicket at the postoffice will be  open only from "5 to 6 p.m. ' -  An entertainment will be giyen by  the scholars of Christ Church Sunday  school on Saturday afternoon. May  28th. at 3 o'clock; in the Parish Hall.  Admission 25c, including tea.  Mr. Hale of *��������� Lethbridge. Alta., deputy postoffice* inspector, paid Postmaster Gibbs,. his annual visit this  week, and found everything at the  Creston office in first-class shape.  The Stockbreeder' Association meets  in annual .-session on Saturday after-"  noon at 2 o'clock. The supervisor's  statement" shows that less than 1000  tons of hay were cut on the flats last  season.;*    yrp'^Z' ..'"*���������  'j ? -���������-.'"���������   s  J������OR SALE���������Extending dining table,*,  shown in-Saton's'catalogue, page.304,  "No. 28 M98. Y 'Also washing machine,  Eaton   catalogue.'; page  369,   No.   23  X 3001.      Perfect condition.      Box 10,  Wynndel, B.C;    ;  The intermediate class in nursing  had a Change of instruction -at their  afternoon session; -on Thursday last.  ���������This two howr.meeting was devoted to  a start at milking the class uniform.  All fifteen meniherswei-eiii attendance..  *. Jt'atrons'b'f the.pttblic library will be  pleased to hear, that a shipment of 200  new books is expected io at the end of  the week, the lot having been shipped  from Victoria at'the end of April. The  librarymembership is how almost up  to the 60 marki::TV* ^' _ ' _������* ; _"���������_';; '���������  . T Jr.  ���������   ��������� 1 ������1 *'*V -   >:Jr^.-  'l'*-.     **"':    -'* ���������*"  ' Any i n tereste.d J^ secu^ n g&tn mpi ng  STAPLES FRUIT COMPANY, Ltd  Distributors of all Orchard and Farm Products  '$4-. ,"' r.' >    \  -    rr   ���������!;  flats within duV-bounds so far, but a  week or ten days of real summery  weather is liable to create havoc -Report has it that the snowfall in the  hills last winter was - almost ten feet  deeper than tne winter previous.    . - ..  Something unusual in the way,of a  freak chicken Yvas hatched "out by a  clucker at the C. Olsen ranch .last  Week. -Jt was a Rhode' Island Red  chick with two bodies, four legs, four  wings, *uut on������y one head. The task  of feeding this double supply of bodilv  equipment through but one' feeding  resceptacle was too much for the ne%v-  comer. which died a couple of days after birth. *  ' Messrs. Allan and Gibbs were at  Wynndel on Friday arranging the  Chautauqua ticket selling campaign at  that point and had no trouble, in ^securing a strong committee there" Us  handler-he work. The Dock Creek-  people are most enthusiastic over the  Chautauqua and auto owners- there  will cc-opepate with the transportation  committee in providing a jitney.ser-  vi<*e that* will assure transportation  for all season ticket holders.   .  "The May meeting of the -school board  on Monday night -was largely taKen  up with routine business. Previously  all the teachers hail been written tn  enquiring as to whether they would be  remaining ������n the staff for another  year, and with the exception of Miss  Irvine of Diyi������ion III. all are desirous  of remaining, with two of them asking fOr\an increase in stipend. Final  action oh this latter .feature was de:~  ferred until the June meeting of the  board.  The Ladies' Guild of Christ Church  assure that this year's 24th of May  country fair, concert and dance in the  Parish-Hall will be the- most worth  yvhile-of the se.veral.of these affairs already held. In the afternoon there,  will be the sale of work, cooking and  candy, and ice cteani and tea -^ill bd  serve*!. ,I������s the '^'enin**** there w-il! bs������i  75c admission to a first-class concert  which will be followed by a dance fop.  which'Mesdames Lister and Garland  will furnish music, .ind lunch .will be  served. .       , \ Z'~.  There was variety tothe proceeding^,  of the wind-up session ,o������ the Ypttng-  People's Club on * Friday night j&t ihe  .,        '    - ''i *      *���������   .        H.' *  ���������'���������'   ���������   ' ���������    ���������     '   .-���������  ��������� ������    ���������   ��������� ���������       " e'lii'ile- S*  home of Mr. and Mrs. H. Lytae. tbe  menu including, a dialogue, contests.*  readings and yocal find instrumental  music. t About 40 were in attendance  and the records of the club show,that  during the season'twelve meetings  have beeu held at which the ayerage  turnout was"at least 30. The club will  carry on for the nest few months at  outdoor effort, the features of- which  will he tennis and niftnicv ni������tt*������gs Th<*  tennis ourt at th*Presbyterihn manse  will be put in shape, and this - sport  will be put in "charge of .a -committee  composed of- Mrs. Garland,* Misses' F.  Lvne* and ,M. "Hobden, and JJjIeSsrs.  Swanson and James.  The* Gait coal ^people of Lethbridge  have iust advised- H. S. McCreath  that in view of the unexpected eastern demand for this well tinowu coal  the quantity available foi Oreston will  depend on how early orders aie placed  with the mine;, and to ensure any supply at all the company must know th-s  month how many cars will be required  by Creston users. There is no probability of ii reduced freight rate before  the end of the year and th'e price of  coal is not to be reduced. Mr.   Mc  Creath would "like to know at once  how much coal his customers would be  wanting for next se<ison so he can order at once anti be absolutely sere of  delivery. Parties ordering now will  not be expected to take delivery of  any coal till at least October.  Qmpd af Tfas&mksi  Searle  wisntis   to  many friends for the  great  shown to her in her trouble.  tnaok  ner  kindness  (fYraf ^toof g������s*������&si  The first case on record in the Koot-  \  rL     i.  ���������* m      ���������  t,tikfM" foul brood in bees was reported d^ Wednesday from Lister, in the  ApiftrVof W. J. Head, who at once  !c,������j������mi?iunicated witb W. J, Sheppard  ot Nelson, the Kootenay bee inspector.  wfro left the following day for Lister  io handle the situation so as to head  of? any spread of this, the most destructive pest the beekeeper has to  eontend with. Tbe outbreak occurred  itt a colany of bees which Mr. Head recently received from Vancouver.  Just how extensive this price reduction is  i.s nicely illustrated in the Columbia  Grafonola Type X-2, which we have ,  in stock. Price was $13 5.00; now  selling at $95.00���������but you must see  this machine to adequately appreciate  the extent  of these  price  reductions.  MAWSON   BROTHERS  Better Service General Merchants Lower Prices  powder under , th������^ g^.yennmy'fit *ga per  cetit rebate plan, should get in touch  With . W. .S:5 McAlpine, secretary of  Creston localrof /'the United Farmers,  ;which .organization is arranging to.  bring in a quantity.  Sunday afternoon's, baseball match  wiii be between \ the Oeston. and  Wynndel teams,; and* will start at 2  prompt. The--visitors-have improved  greatly since their appearance : here a  rouple of weeks ago: and a fast, close  contest is looked^foiv  Norman Moor^the East Kootenay  district forester; 'Cranbrook, was here  on an -'official-:visit"' this week. He'  states that lumbering operations are  -very quiet in Elast- Kootenay, only  about a dozen out 42 sawmills being in  operation at present. Y   ;|���������'������������������'������������������" <    '������������������  E. A. Davis, (Vho is..in charge of  good roads 'operations', has decided to  transfer his place of residence from'  Fernie to Creston, and this week pui-  chased the T. Brines residential property, next Christ Church^ and ' will  get immediate possession:   "'  The search of the river for. the bod^  of the late Sergt. Searle, who was  di owned that morning, kept down the  attendance at th<* opening of the Rod  t% Gun Ch,ib imp shooiing season,  hardly a dozen marksmen being in attendance. A full, turnout'is looked tor  this Snnday at 10 a.m.  There will be only. one service In  Christ, .Church next Sunday, at 7.S0  p.m. .. Cuniiui-nchw with Simdev; May  20th. Roy. Mr. Varley will give a fortnightly morning seryicitt at the school-  iMhfr* at ErickHoii, at 10.80. Service at  Sirdar v^M bo the first Sunday im the  month for June and July.  , Notick���������AH members of tbe Hod &  Gurt Club are reijueKted to make np-  plicatif>n in vvi-itiii^>n or laefpre Jime  1st. to1 y-.:^iyw������}}h.[ ii^'r.;\f^^^v-~\ip.  coitiflcateH.and budges.���������{:irjs^.tmemp0r  wii^ing l)j������dge rmist ,^nibi!i*i * 50 iioni-  for mtno,   By onfoivof. ibo Rod e& Gim  Club, V   Mawson; tr^aaiirer.  *���������   "* ���������-'  '-%-r ' -I*   '** '���������'-������������������  A t the moetbig -last woclt of the East  Kootenny district of  the  Methodlut  conference,   poi'iuiMon   was  given--  uu hjiMit to ratHl������Htio)f������[ by,^ con.f^'Oh^o*--:  Crouton Mi'th^iUNt^'t^igregatiop to sell  a portion of  lUtiiv * lots, the  proceeds  fi-i(������m whhfh sah' will -be uncd eltfterto  build a new clnnch or moving ai������d ren-  I ttyating thf |)i'i>h'aift< one.  All<M-nat������> ut.HtakK of   lint   nnd   cnei  ! waveH of a couple of 'lav*' duration aro  keeping t���������������#* ovw-fl ������w wiitewrh on   th������  ���������i-i  Pr*x>-    -       *-    -*-     *������*  WHILE: THfiY   LAST!  ���������     .   -��������� ������������������:,*!)������������������ ���������',-������������������  ��������������������������� ���������      ���������  mu run 5-  Men's Stripe Bib  ' Mens ..Black Pant  SIZES  38 to 44  GENEBAX  M^EQH^NT,  ���������,-r^r  mw4hhh  -,SEE Oip,: XINB' OF ���������,."���������, >  Bumpers,   Spotlights,   Auto Pumps  and Jacks, Running Board Mats, &c.  Veedol Oils. .   v      Dominion Tirea and Tube^       ^  i ���������'' \i-,.*...A.    Authorized Fordr Service Stfttionyj^i;|*';;:;.,-;Y^  ' ,' t ���������   Prompt dind-Efficient L\ver? Serifice ~.t:all\timesZ\\Z\ V  GRESTON SERVICE GARAGE  UOQATE BROS.  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