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Creston Review Jun 10, 1921

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Offtciarnotice hafc been received th^t  an extra box car is to be shipped' here  immediately, and will be conveniently located and fitted up to serye as a  temporary freight shed. ,  All roads led tp Erickson on Friday  night alright, there being a very large  crowd in evidence for the dance at the  Staples Pruit Company warehouse, un.*  dei* Women's Institute Auspices. The  finest kind of music was*"-provided and  the affair was immensely^-enioyed By  a!1 B*-ese*������*- The ss-oss intake was-878,  and after paying expenses,the surplus  will be turned over to the fall fair dii^  ���������"'Jtors. -    x  'i.   Handley is the first to coinmen  ee exporting the 1921 gooseberry crop,  starting with St  couple   of  crates  on  Friday last.       Strawberries should be  moying befoie the week is out.  The timely rains' we_have~been having the past month bas brought tbe  potato crop in great shape,' and never  before haye spuds fljot off to a better  start than the~ 1921 planting. This  year's planting of stiawberries are also of? to a flncstart with few, if any  misses in any of the  new berrv areas.  Bill Long wat> a yisitor atCranbrook  a couple of days the eailyjpart of the  week. /    _  Remember the Church of England  service in the--school house on Sunday  morning at 10.30.       -��������� y.  Almost eyery household in Erickson  will have one or more representatives;  at Chautauqua, which opened atthres^  ton yeftes^B^*-������- JV-Smith -png-Tflj-rfy'  tion. - During his Visit* the-inspector  made arrangements, <j������*. haye the-Blin-  co apairy serye" as* th^'rdemonstration  beekeepingv station for the,-Valley,  with jbbe; two biyes used, on Friday to  serve aS, the experimental hives, and  on his next few yisits the same line of  work will be continued with these  same two colonies.  Z *������������&-%&&&��������� Oi$jf  ;, .Quite a commodious new barn is under construction-xsn the.Shorty Adams  ranch,    with    Chas.'   McOuHongh :in  j* .fcSSffV**-1, *  Charge of-construction. ^^Yj-Y^Y/-'  Elmer Chambers left Jast. week for  Wvnndel, where he . has a job *at the  Winlaw sawmill.       " - ~f       *Z  Fred Waylett, who has been in  charge of-the Company store here for  the p&st eight years,, has^e.sighedbift  position, and is at present taking a  short holiday with friends:in Creston.  - A-meeting ..was called for ^Pu(esday  night at the schoolhouse. under United Farmers auspices, for the purpose  of Inaugurating basketball for both  the boys and girls of the district.  A. D. Pochin arrived back on Monday "from. Montreal, where he had been  in company with bis mother/ who is  returning to England^ after about ten  months' visit here.    '    .    .  Tbe telephone installing ofQcefer was  here *t the end of. the week putting a  phone in at the Browell residence.  The United Farmers bad their Jnne^  meeting at the schoolhouse oa^Satur-.  day-nigut,.and amongst the, business  "transacted was ���������a vote of $10 to the  special-prize list of~ the Creston fall  fair, haif of which will be ' awarded in  the needlework section; _ f2.B0 will be  1 elves for the "best' colored box' of np  As   we  have s*k| "previously,  never  before  bave VtLUey ,folk  opportunity to enjoy such  high -class entertainment at any  - price, and "any who -fail to hear  -���������at" lea&t.. the f������ririaining' Chautauqua evenings will surely be sorry.  .If"you have not  already" iiivest-  " ecNh^ a- season   ticket 'do so to-  j-ti&yP   TlieJ-fiigh  quality, of  the  "ierrtertainment and the instruct ���������  ^-ive features of the addresses will  ..    -.dorn^ch  for those  who fill the  ���������-* '~r tent afternoon ancl evening.  Wjiesssslsl  Local and Personal  ef*iF������������4������������  ������*l*53Swil  ' '    T-L-t;  ftfaanftttiMaM  *9  uiianiaaifuat  Just, as we f&g- t-o [press, ���������th is  (Thursday\ ~a?teM&>oii* .Creston's  big si^dsy Dominion*5 Chautauqua -gets, off *������"*.*������ ^icc||^ii4������art)  = e-������������ .**-������** ������, An im&fl'aAfi.m  MAX?**,,     ^AXVAtXjXtXXXX.XA*af    MW-V*Vtt/*Oii*.i  ishing a. short- eoirceH?-previous ^  to Mies A^asI^^ole^^reiB"'  the evening ron^^a|k������daraV the  Crossroads.  mttt^r-^-f m^tmipmm.  .tt&~.ii>~-\rz~-pZp  -~b  ton yeetem^f-^K. G- V* wuith "fend.kTf| giyen for the Xi&sxr eqiorea oox m ap  Buttar*Wft#^0H^^V sal#pe������4gl������*, i^d[ ^^.'tw^^he -Jwst" colored,  and ^^eWedrAlifeM^ffiSt-P������fS*>^������K^m^t~fm^oX.~~~~~mmZ-0^%-P^~ A"tet*e|f ;aflfc������i p  At . ' -   ..^"Mi-r****. ������3l'~     ~* T        *������        ���������<���������  Coiujng ,as, Q*ift*ivSUGtta-������068.  at one' sfi the "oHjsi������^feeason& of  .the yea*; -and*%it^S^t6o>arge  population tioY-wmfe bnp' the-sale -  of the^1500 of^^^^i^been';  I WAN-EEHD���������Capable girl or vijomaiwto  assist with house work two^daysa  week.   Apply W. I-L Kemp, EiTcksoti.  - , ���������- "     , "ir^Arpf  - This year High School and *55ntr^ne&  laminations will commence afc" Creston *otj, June 20th; the former lasting  Ithe full week, and the Entrance going  three days, principal Smith is allowing his full class of sixteen -scholars  try their luck at the Entrance, and  fiom appearances the other "Valley  schools- will all Tbe well represented-  here for tbe examination tests.w  If>for any   cause   whatsoever your  name does not appear on tfee^provin-  'eiai voters list^and yon are desirous,of  having it.shown^ thereon opportunity  will he giyen  to have it recorded on  ���������tfune 21st, when registrar of yoteis  Hewat of Kaslo, will be in Crestoivfor;.  that purpose. l3e ^ill h-sivb the court  bouse at-Ji p.ib-;' that dayand;wilfbe  pleased to* reinstate old'votejs oi-.add  new names, \ "���������        ' -,'  big ^sb, bnt-^^e ^^&tlnjwtt>f  '*T)"~       ***\i  ~    "i     jm?*.!.-*-.���������   **7'���������^*?   *���������   ZZ/m Lj4     rxjr^y.       -       *V,!V'  Kotd'jl^l^^b^^^'i^to a Hussianl  ^'^^i^^^^ty^setilt-d^t jWynndeft  %sSmk ba^'������l8o'beejn engaged to set tbe  Wai\\machinery1 up -wid > rti^tKe" plafli^  until suW'tlinp as o'n"e\of-the purchaa-  JUg company iB^compfteot to handle  the work.' Y .  Tenders are ahea'dy called for the erection complete-of tbe one room addition to JBrickson scbooh bids to be in  bv Jutte il6, and tbe whole job completed by the end of August.  ?t^sraapsB������5ps  attended alneetfng-of 'the fruifgroj^  ~l���������~  e ._!.:-������.  t- S-fin-*-  .Vr  UUIVU,  AP  Demonstration Apiary  There was quite a good turnout of  Valley beekeepers at the Blinco rancb  on Friday afternoon fbv.the demon-  ttation8 by W, J. Sheppard of Nelson,  provincial bee inspector for Kootenay,  who devoted most <afcbie time to a  demonstration on two hives to show  exactly bow tbe bees should be hand-  led during the summer months in order to ensure the maximum of produc-  fd*?aln*^^ou������-i6catm'n\^as l������*iid oyer^  for consideration Jja^r^/^en^RYrtfier  intc^fi^^V������'-onMfhe\whole,**subjwetrwill  jfee^gathered.-" " . *   - -Y  "A meeting of those directly interest  edMn' the ��������� Cany on irrigation system  -was called on short notice on Wednesday evening of last week for the pm-  p Jse'of discussing tbe proposition with  Hon. T.' D. Pattullo, miuisterof lands,  ,who was iti the Valley last week, ttnd  who met the delegation at the school-  house. Mr. Patnllo was given all pOt*-te-  ible information on the project, and  he asuured that if funds were ayailable  for the loan" the money would be advanced, as be was quite convinced  .there .wae'no'small "scheme of thff'isort  in the province that Offered better se-  curity-than the Canyon project.  Weerrtd last week stating Huygens  & VanAckeran and. Erie .Olsen had  each bought a power sprayer. 'We  should have "stated Tthat the������ev'two  ranchers alonut with Tv MaWHob'had*  gone into partnership in. the purchase  of one machine only.  saife-woMQ meet  the gaaran^e,  anq^kfi^^per cent."of jtfie gener-;  al a-dmiasioens toitHe-eleVenipef-Y^  forihi*n*cos";goes to llre~guarantdrs;"'  tlieiie is every, assurance that "the  hackers' of .Chautauqua wilLfind  the venture -not a moneV' loser.  Attention   is   again   oaiied to  the Economy of huyiivg^ a season  tickel up till  the 'Saturday .per- -  fornoapce at  theYadvanced price  of $3 50.       Single adiiifssibus to  theisevbn programJriesoardedfor"  Saturday, Monday. Tuesday and  "Wednesday would entailYa total  expenditure of at )east-$5.50, and  certainly  the   very  best of" the  Chautauqua    starts "Saturday.  Season tickets can be purchased  np till   Saturday \~.  3 p.m.,   at.  the ticket office at tlie tent.  b^pesntpractically all ?������f*wboB������t*        .     *x- * J   ������ - ,        ���������������-   -  *pZ&.       ������\i. ���������   tJtmtY"  - J-remain after service i#f a? conference,A-  edihr4.o sell -their 192V wanA ---        ������.*-:������-*  .      xx.    ~/-- *"  " the outcome of whj&if iteas ^the Jorm- '  ationoLfcb'e WySudei  -    ~-^^-'  litcCo.  lit-X  .grs-a*  have" signed  through   the'^Si  ��������� yv  . .. riT- ^  So^S'-i^li^Ssafi  m-^andajhait ^pple������^^aie ��������� serfcin^bjKfcy^  iiy������n and ^Inl'ess, the -June -.dsop^ls-fe������t.^:  doUsiderable" thinning. will- bav^td4S&  done.  Tennis Club Opening  iffiftitty ���������  .0?yjf;^')fi-'  4. Horws* 0fnJt������W , ^  Creston Chautauqua, WtdftHfty, J������W 15rt������������Knot.i'C...r,te,t c^u.yon.  The.Yonng ' Peoplif's Club resuujied  Actiye operations on Wednesday night  with the. opening of tlie tennin seos'on  at the court on the Manpe property,  ^LUleasta coufile of dozen deyoteesof  theS.net and racquet weie ont, and all  h4d opportunity to try their 'wind at  this favorite summor p.Vrttinie. The  gi^nnndH commit tee. which is headed  by -~\ti~.- Onrhind., and who is assisted  .by JWJn������a''-IC. Lyne and Muriel Hobden  and MeHM^. JimieH and A. It. Swan-  Vubf fi^lv^fti^eiftod i-hIcb which will en-  rA4U*.^eV^.^U'*uiber ample opportunity  tipsS^.lftd'pilt him been found neceBH-  ^lo'Hliiii the tnoiiibernhlp for the  UH������*wt.tc)]������nnR(> who were mombGVAnf  ^Kpinb^luvinK its full and winter op'  etHiiuitfiWv At the" close of play "mi  l^edbe^ay flight. Misses Vivanne  ^oVlT* Vnd. iLilv Burner and Mrs.'  ^a^^,^jhojconhtlti'ite( the social com-  >������>lttce,. sevypd ivfreshmenta. The  court .will, be open to members any  dA&'nr evening thfi������ughout the week,  tjasd ft little later on it i������ propoHedto  h������iyt'.MHii)pam^i������te at tegular intervals.  F ir ^������rit-drty''the Wtf&���������������'������������ Knott have  CfUMid'd.un |tiyltatIon to the club  ohibiMeVab'I'M I'rift tennis Hcsxion on  Miss Conn, who has charge of  the Junior Chautauqtia'feature,  * has been here since Friday "after-  ftooh,, and has certainly'*, hiade  heJnseff and the Chautauqua sol*  id with the youngster, whonfshe  haB heen giving evening sessions,  at supervised play,....with-a' big  antomohile parade on Wednesday, night���������and.a heavy sale "of  children's-tickets indicates that  her efforts have , been fully appreciated,  *m%am~\-m  Or. Jumii t., Gordon  Ciealon Ghautauqni To-Nlght (Friday)  1 Ms*-. Evans, who is in" charge of boy  scout wqrk^at Fernie,' was a visitor  here at the end-of the week, interviewing the local scouts with reference to  ^ delegation from beie attending the  East Kootenay scouts campTwhich will  be held at Fernie foi- a couple of weeks  sjarly'in July, - At'least a dozen of the  Crebton scouts haye booked up -* to iit-  tend the camp, and have'sent in an order for the necessary suits and. other,  ticout camp.equipment.   '       ''-..-  To furnish a fast aggregation" for  practice and- exhibition matches a second baseball club has been organized  in Creston, under the title of the Outlaws, which will be captained by Cr.  Bayle, and, with A. K. Swanson in-'  Htftlled as manager. Players.who are  not attached to the regular Creston  team are asked to join np with the  .Outlaws. Practices will be held regularly, though for the.next week tbese-  ,workouts will be staged so as not to  clash at all with any of the Chatduqua  .performances.  Mrs. T. Bat-i-igan arrived a few'days  Ngo, from Sl,rotne, Alta., to join heir  husband, who has jut>t opened out a  tinsmithing business in Cieston, and  they are occupying the Keid bouse at  the corner of Fourth si reel on McLeod  Ayp. Accompanying her is her danght-  .er������; Mis, Stewart and Miss N. Barrl-  gah, Mr. Stewart also being a resident  jh.ere. before leaving Strome MIhb  Bari-igan was presented with a purse,  the presentation taking place at a  luncheon given in her honor by the  young.people of the Alberta town.  ' lender' arJ-angcments recently enter*  <>d Into with the British poeul aulh������  orittesa pomm pending a parcel to the  "United Kingdom may write on' the  wrapper a vequest that' if it cannot be  deliveied as KuMrcsBod it may either  .be treated as aIvimloned or delivered  iit a Hpconil an(li-u������H8. If there i������ no  deflnite, vequot f<u- abandonment a  parcel which cannot be delivered at  the original atMi-cxw. or at the alternative addreSH will bu returned to tho  Bomlev at hi* expi'iiKC. The Hendor'n  name and address should be plainly  written on the wrapper of every pat������  eel sent by parcel post.  Saturdav, May 28th, was quite a fed  letter,day in the history of the juveniles of Wynndel, the -occasion being  the annual Sunday school picnic, and  everything conjoined nicely to make  the affair a splendid success in every  way. An ideal site was secured in the  neighborhood of Lizard Creek, and the  grounds were put in good shape by  Mr. Maso^ while the weather was all  that could be desired for such an outing. Autos and'iother vehicles weie  available to transport the company  and when all had arrived Misses M.  Topliss. F. Bathie.Yand Rev. J. A.  James, who were the sports committ-  ec^gooii iiiUi a uCe iiu-ef oi i-aCeS, jftAmei-  -cniiests aisd **rowsements of asWy sort  under wayrand  with a matter of $27  ~%y iratuice the affair   the  cobiieatantb  'were' * generouslyw,"Mmemfiered: witli^  ^candies, oranges, etc.*^-while lemonade  was ayailable in generotia quantities to  refresh tbe thirsty ones.      An equally  ample supply of sabdwiehes. cake, salads, tea, coffee:"etc.. was in evidence for  supper, and Mesdames Cockle, Stevens  Wall, Packman and V. Johnson handled tbis feature in capital style.-      The  other committees who were responsible for the picnic   were   the grounds  committee 'of  J. S. McLeod  and   E.  !Wall, and the finance committee, consisting of Mrs. Eakin and H. F. Packman.     Those responsible for the afiair  take tbis means of ,.thank:sg all -who  helped in any way whatsoever in making tbe picnic the big succe<*s it was.  The Sunday afternoon  church   ser-.  vice at the schoolhouse on May 2StbY  was featured by an address on missionary \york by Miss   McGregor,   trevell-  ing   secretary    for ~the   Presbyterian  Women's Missionery Society,^Aat the  l-~^:������.=    mm.������.^~r.ZixS.rtA    Art   S-ADBlCU    XV.?ir.  -bL-andft^-of the'  ^nizafion?- -:Bx~^L~tfU' 0S^%r,Ct .  OBakln;^ yice-presidlnt;   Affe./ A.   W. -  Mastm;   secretary. Mrs. tt FY Packman;   messenger-secretary, -Miss F.,  Bathie;'.treasurer Mrs. M..Wall.   The"  society starts off,with a membership  of "fen, and.they had tbsir first' meet- w  ing at the home of~the president on'  Wednesday afternoon.  Crass Am Scarce  *  The- recent  increase from 10 to 20 :  cebts perhead in the bounty on crows  hap been a great incentive to get the '  Indians busy on the slaughter of these  birds. Just how busy the Indians have  teen is shown in the business for Monday alone, when Proyincial police Vaehon paid bounty dues ou 185 crow*;  among the big  killers  for MondayV  delivery being Philip with 48. Eneas  Basil with 40. and Nick with "30.       To  facilitate   operations   the  latter  the ;  same day invested  in a new   Savage  .22 rifle.      Between. May 1 and June 6  bounty has been paid on 686 crows and  three horned .owls, accounting for a  distribution of $101.60, ' For all of 1020  but 60 cents bounty was paid on ciows  ���������the 10 cents a head paid on them lust  year and up till.June 1st of. this sens-  on, not being suTBcientJy attractive to  stimulate crow destroyers to action.- '  [ ���������" ���������  /  *     h  ��������� V  <\  Judge  Otorfl* O. Alor*  Crtstoa Ctalitqiia, Menday, June 13  .������*,,..  j..  ,%y   41 h" nti  ������\l4|   1 ;**v :*.������������������;.���������  y!Y YSSff^  ������^*ff������j  nwm  ������SBBTONi-;:;--'B;;';:  Y*pY  ���������.-#'V:.-;  janndacaannnnnanannnnnnnnnnnnannnnnDnn-nziancccaaaa  su ' ' ~  3  3  ���������  ��������� ���������  3  D  3  D  P  D  Cl  Q  D  D  D  D  D  D  D .  O  D  D  D  O  (3  D  D  D  O  D  D  D  D  n  D  p  d  n  ���������  D  Most  Comfortable  and  Economical  of Summer  Shoes  ENJOY the greatest foot comfort you havc ever  known in summer by wearing FLEET FOOT.  Enjoy the economy of having several pairs of  FLEET FOOT at the cost of one pair of good  leather shoes.  Wear FLEET FOOT right through the summer. "Put on FLEET  FOOT heavy shoes for work about the" fields, garden and barn.  Have the FLEET FOOT white shoes; oxfords and pumps to wear  when work is done.  There are FLEET FOOT-styles for every summer need, for men,  women and children. Put the whole family in FLEET FOOT  this summer. ^  Genuine FLEET FOOT shoes have thc name ������333rf3S* stamped  on them.   Look for it.  IS.-U   0xrx...0t    d.t.rxrt    Ttrtrttrtm    trtm.   Tplr.rV.      J/VmVC  {���������nd .n&ke sure yott get Fleet Foot  67A  Q  u  a  a  a  a  a  p  a  ���������  a  a  a  a  UI  a  a  ���������  o  ���������  a  a  a  ���������  a ^  a  a  a  a  a  n  a  a  a  ���������  ��������� v  ���������  a  ���������  a  n  ���������  a  a  a  a  a ..'*'  ���������  D  a  ���������  D  a  oanoaanDnnDannnaaaaanaaDDDapanDaaDDaiDaDaanqaaqD-naa  n uuard  "Eternal vigiiancc is the price of liberty." This is true in every walk  and activity of life. It is true not merely ox./the nation, but of the individual. It is true ia the realm of political reform, in thc preservation of  health, ia the success of any business.undertaking. The man who is indifferent to, neglects and sleeps or. his job, cannot succeed. Failure tinder  such circumstances is-inevitable in the long run. -  Once again the farmers of Western Canada hav,e seeded their acres. It  is to be hoped that, bearing the above adage in mind, they have used only  g-ood clean seed, ihe best that could be obtained. It is to be hoped, also,  that to the full extent of their available equipment, and the time at their  disposal, they have'pursued the best accepted methods of farming and prepared the seed bed in. the most approved manner.  The growing season (at the time of writing this article) has been all  that could be desired, witk-copious rains and cool days which give promise  of a strong rooting of the grain so that it -will bc in the best possible condition to withstand a dry period should stich befall. ���������  But "eternal vigilance is the price-o������.liberty." There are many enemies  to a growing crop in this western country. Farmers everywhere must remain alert and vigilent to combat these on every hand. There is the  grasshopper scourge. Governments and municipalities have devised and  outlined the best methods of fighting this pest, and those materials, required  to wage the battle have been procured. But official bodies cannot do it all.  It remains ior the individual fas-sner everywhere to do his share, to do it  promptly and thoroughly. All the precautionary measures should be taken,  and an ever watchful eye kept on developments. It is necessary to wage  the battle against thc grasshopper, not only to save this year's crop, but to  f future crops which the rapid elimination of this danger  World Happenings  Briefly Told  m*  Oregon and Washington lumbar  mHlsYcut 8,844,000,000 feet in 1920,  the largest on record.  Watson*'Batcheior's Glasgow cattle  reports show that Canadian steers  sold at 19 and 20 cents per pound live-  weight.  Emma Goldman,, deported to Russia, is said to be pleading with her  friends toYbbtain permission for her  to come "home" to-thc U.S. to die.  Two sisters just graduated from  Athens, O., high\school have attended school ten years without missing  a'day or being late.  Hon. S. F. Tolmie, minister of agriculture, declined to accede to appeals  that the "short" berry box be  permitted again this  season.  A powerful "funeral trust," reaping a toll of-ornillions of dollars from  Chocageans by maintaining- high  prices ior*, funeral cars and hearses,  is said to have been in operation ih  Chicago for ycars.  Sis: Japanese submarines have collided during naval manoeuvres of? the  coast of ICiushiu, and.one of them.has  been seriously damaged. As a result  the proposed lorjg distance cruise of  these craft has been postponed.  Janitor of the Ventor, N.J., city  council .chamber,  is   going  to   strike  for bigger pay because, he. says,  after the League of Women Voters  ends its meetings the floor is so  littered with cigarette butts as to  cause Iiim extra work.  City planners should be able to  forecast at least 25 ycars ahead in,  order to provide for the changes the  airship will, make in commerce, said  John Ihladey, manager of the civic  development department of the U.S.  Chamber of Commerce.  PALE AND NERVOUS  SCHOOLCHILDREN  Need  Rich,   Red   Blood   to   Regain  Health and Strength.  Fletcher's Castoria is strictly a remedy for Infants and Children.  Foods, are specially- prepared for babies. A baby's medicine  is even more essential for Baby. Remedies primarily prepared  for grown-ups are not interchangeable. It was the need of  a remedy for the common ailments of Infants and Children  that brought" Castoria before the public after years of research,  and no claim has been made for it that its use for over 3$ -  years has not proven.' ��������� -   -  What is  CASTORIA?  Castoria is a harmless substitute for Cantor Oil, Paregoric,  Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. . It contains  neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its  age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has  i>eea-rla constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency^  Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising  therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids  the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep*  The Children's Comfort���������The Mother's Friend.  wmw,  g  ���������������- -  m mx  -   m   ~~A  ��������� lf\������  B~~S *B~m'S~-.'-T  Bears the Signature of  11 Use For Over 30 Years  THS CKNTAtjR CQMBiHV, **������*& YORK CITY  To Tap South Saskatchewan  Scheme Receiving Special Attention  Of Provincial Government.  The proposed scheme for tapping  the waters of the JSouth Saskatchewan River to meet the industrial demands fof~Regina and neighboring  towns is receiving the special attention or the- provincial government.  The system will embrace a pipe line  from the Saskatchewan River near  the  elbow  to  Rcgina,  a  distance  of  " Accidents In Saskatchewan.  Industrial accidents in the province  of Saskatchewan during the month o.  April numbered 51, none of which  were fatal. Of these 33 were accidents to employees on ste-Um or electrical railways, and 18 amongst the .  other trades. *-**���������-  511CCO5S  O  insure  requires,  /"ft* ,   4  lv.cn ti-.crc  every variety i;  Noxious v/;?ds.h:  many a fine farm  is the noxious weed.,     It takes many forms, but each and  destructive, some, of course, more destructive than others.  lave, through neglect, because of neglect in the past, ruined  They arc still making headway, and a combined allied  Many children   start school in   ex-| 112 miles, at an estimated cost of sev-  cellent health, but after, a short time} en million dollar*.  'v/M-fare by all agriculturists against them hs onc of thc pressing needs.of  the present time. Noxious weeds cannot be fought by farmers singly.  Despite thc greatest care by scores of fanners, one or two indifferent and  neglectful farmers can do Irreparable damage to a whole district. The  high v/ind-i of ihe west can seed an immense area of land with weeds just  as cffectiv-:!y as a drill can seed them. * ���������  . complain sometimes of excessive elevator charges taking an unrein, the receipt j of thcir year's labor; or of the prevailing high  hick have tlie same effect; or of the loss of so many cents a  g from a sudden drop in the market price. It is important,  they Yuo>Yd become fully seized of thc fact that noxious  .-easing the yield from thcir acres is taking, year after .year,  ���������;���������: tht?'.- thing*-?, and frequently a heavier toll  Farmer  d-icz toll :  freight rate-5 winch  1      . -        xt -     .   - ^   ,  kc-vever. tht  ���������'.ii  ".<���������'..  f'-. r'  P.L.  hi  is  '���������* / r  ���������ecus impose a loss oi millions of dollars annually upon the  I1" .body seemed to be twitching and  ��������� ,  ,   ���������     ,    . , i       n*,       . jerking, and thc trouble seemed to bc  -*.rn   tnr.-uU   tm-oign   decreased  yield.      Ihey impose  a   growing worse.      We finally decided  home    work,    examiH&'tions,"' hurried  meals     and     crowded   school   rooms  cause their blood to    become    weak,  their  nerves  over-wrought and  their  color and spirits lost.      It is a mistake  to let matters drift when boys  and girls show symptoms of nervousness or weak blood.    They are almost  sure to fall victims of St. Vitus dance,  or   drift  into   debility   that  leads   to  other troubles.      Regular meals, outdoor exercise and plenty of sleep arc  necessary to combat the nervous wear  of school life.      But it is still more  important that parents should pay attention lo the school    child's    blood  supply.      Keep this rich and red by  giving Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills ancl  the boy or girl will bc sturdy and fit  for school.     Thc value of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills in cases of this kind  is shown by the  statement of Mrs.  Watson, Grand Falls, N.B., who says:  "In  the spring, of 1919 ray daughter  Thistle, then 12 years'of age,, began  to show symptom's    of    nervousness  which developed into St��������������� Vitus dance.  She seemed to lose control    of, her  limbs  and at times every muscle in  Freedom from Asthma. Asthma  is one of the most distressing  troubles,, sudden in its attacks and  prolonged in its agonies. Frequently many things arc tried, but nothing  seems to give hope of relief. Dr. J.  D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy can be  depended upon. Do not fail to get  at* once a package of this uniformly  successful preparation.  On the Marriage Day  Romance usually ceases and^ history begins, and sore corns begin to  go when "Putnam's" is applied. It  takes out corns,- roots, branches,  stems���������ho trace of a single corn left  after Putnam's Painless Corn Extractor's cji-she its vs������rk, 25c at all dealers. *��������� Rc'fuse a suns lit ute.  Knickcr.���������That florist surely keeps  in touch with thc slogan, "Say it  With Flowers'."  Knocker.���������What's  his  method?  Knickcr.���������Sends a bunch of forget-  me-nots with each bill.  The making of artificial pearls is a  considerable industry in France. The  French craftsmen obtain fish scales  from the Baltic , fisheries,, and use  these sheeny scales to ��������� give gfess  beads the lustre of pearls. -  NOTHING TO EQUAL  Minard's      Liniment  Friend.  Lumberman's  , ,,        ... ,, ,        .        , growing worse.      we anally  t:>rcsiisng bill*.      ihey adu more loss m a falling off in   to*givc Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, ancl  ih<:'y ar; a \.<j$* bill oi expense for work in cleaning the   the  result was better even than  wc  h.'���������-*������������������. {"���������::*;;.', -.vhih the capital and sale value of any farm  ������������������ *h.-.-.:r-.-i ire'-m  the-, pro---nee of weeds, not only on thc farm  ���������   ?.*:rr*rn:;v:!if'.g di-tf.Y,  r, ~Z.. .:���������<:.orr, ahr.-.iui v-.a. only make it his personal business  The firsf mcntioij pf fountain .pens  is to be found in a book published in  1600.  ll&Utf&i������2fcll  ^iCw3E53^'  li  i  For Sprains and Bruises  The first thing to do when you have an Injury U, to apply Minard's famous Liniment.  It Is antiseptic, soothing, healing and give*  <iulck relief. ���������  .,..-m-:r,  x'.-.v.  rj-r- r,  l.trd, ;���������  iii'- i-a   r !   !,-'  *, 11... i ri   r f i    r.,  -jj"--;,1-. r.i t, er,  ������������������-'.I up :\:ui������  d kc-p !-. ch an, but.he should actively interest him-  :;r:r,iYpYity and see. that, through the enactment  -.>.iry luw-i xq: the protection of aU, his whole dis-  :y.. lPui,.,  rr..  Itou Always Get  fa.ll food, value for your  mxmey wh.exi yoxt catt  GrapeNuts  Each golden granule of this attractive  wheat and malted "barley food is rich  in.nutriment for "body and brain.  Serve Grape-Nutfi. direct from thc  air-tight packet for breakfast or lunch,  Crisp - Delicious -No Waste  rcJheres a Reason For Gmpe*Nuts  had hopQ|l for, and she is how enjoy-  in,cj thc best of health."  You, ean   get   Dr.   Williams'   Pink  Pills through any dealer in medicine!  or- by mail at. 50 cents a box or six  boxes   for  2.50  from   The  Dr.  Wil-  Mcdicinc Co., Brockville, Ont,  Hams  mmm  mm****  It Had Been Used.  The young housewife, looking very  pretty and workman like in a big  green ovcralj, was clearing out the  jean try cupboard,  "Dickie," she cried to her yotfng  husband, who was smoking In the  spick-and-span little drawing room, "I  want you to bring me a mousetrap  home tomorrow/'  "But, Angel," cried the young man,  "X brought you onc home yesterday."  "1 know, pet," called back the  young bride, "but that one. has a  mouse in it."���������Spanish River News.  AU Alike.  If there's truth in the report, that  I, en hi C: has gone crazy, thcy won't he  ubltf lo distinguish him Irom the rest  of th������ bunch,���������Atlantic Constitution.  Ask for Minard's and take no other  W.   N.   U.   1371  SUMMER  TOURIST FARES  .    t ���������TO ���������  VANCOUVER, VICTORIA  AND PACIFIC COAST POINTS  THROUGH CANADIAN ROCKIES  [_        i    in;    i"   i ���������*rir"i.imr;iji--" i 11... i i . i* 1..1 1.. 1 .11   CHOICE oE ROUTES  ON LAND AND SEA  GOING AND RE*  TURNING.  ROUND TRIP TICKETS  FROM POINTS  (Western) ONTARIO, MANITOBA,  SASKATCHEWAN and from all st������u  tlono CALGARY and EDMONTON,  (Inclusive) In ALBERTA. JVla  LOOMA, C.N.vIaTOFIELD,a.T.P.)  NOW ON SALE  Liberal Stopovers  Final Return Limit October 31, 1921.  SEE JASPER PARK AND MOUNT ROBSON  '   FOR FULL INFORMATION  AS TO FARES, SERVICE. RESERVATIONS, ETC, APPLY .  TO ANY AGENT  liAnAPIAii rSAliyrSAL KAliflff Aid  am lieiWieil-iWWWIIWIieiM-MWIMilww  Ci'! mm  ^^s^^^^^S^^i^^^^^*^^^^i^*^^^^^Hl^^^^^*^^^BRPKSiK?S  ^^������P%?P$P& ^^^^J^-^S������?^5^i' H*-*:  3CT     REVIEW.     OKESTON, ^%^''^  JzLW  mzz  Y������#gg  Xa  True Bear Stories  By O-GE-MAS-ES (Little Clerk).  Building For The Future  rCosirright-SdS  An old. Indian friend of mine named  Robert Bear (still living), with whom  I passed the spring on ttvo neighboring stages in'the flooded lands of thc  lower Saskatchewan many ycars ago,  used to chat -with mc over his hunting experiences round the camp fire;  same fire being built on a clay bottom, on the poles which formed the  floor of each stage, and I have known  thc water rise very close to the floor,  but this only for a short time and  when the ice had jammed at the elbow of the Big River.  Robert was a sincere Christian and  a devout member of the English  Church which has done so much towards 'the work amongst the Indian  tribes of thc Northwest; his grandmother was, it is said an Esquimaux,  while he was born and brought up  amongst the swampy Crees of the  lower Red River settlement. A  splendid big game and fur hunter, he  -was remarkably cool in moments of  danger as the following incidents^Vill  ���������how.  At my request for a story onc evening, Robert said, "I was in the employ  of thc Hudsons Bay Company at  Fairford Post, situated at the north  end of Lake Manitoba, and the master  there had occasion to .send an express  packet of importance to Fort Garry;  this I was to take'alone and on foot,  .   and I decided to strike a direct course  each taking'different directions start-  ed'at a clumsy gallop round the lake.  One think9 quick in a moment of this  kind(and I vwas_not prepared with my  single barrel to meet both bears at  onceVo I Itarted to "run and meet one  of them, he canieton jat the same pace  and .when within a,lew feet I fired  ���������        -   - * **  'and' killed  him  dcadi then with  my  fodton his body I'loaded as quickly  as possible, but none too soon as the  other bear was very close; taking  careful aim I fired and killed him dead  within a few feet" of his mate."  "And  then,  Robert,  what  did you  do?"  "I knelt down and thanked God for  mercifully preserving my life (truly  here was 3. lesson from an Indian,  how few white men would have  thought of their Maker). WelJ, my  hunt was a good onc, the bears were  both young males and in prime condition: I decided to camp for a while  and dry the skins so that I could put  them in my pack and it would mean  pocket money in Fort Garry; while  thc skins, after being carefully scraped, were drying, I cut a quantity of  thc meat up in thin strips and hung it  on stakes in thc smoke, thi^. meaning  grub for the trip. There was still a  quantity of meat over and I did not  want to waste the good food; fortunately there was a muskeg close and  on pulling upon a lot of moss I came  to ice and on that I piled the spare  Hope Of Ireland Is To    z  Defeat Republican Army  ���������   ��������� ���������   1 .  ...  .-1    1   1 i.i- 11   mmmmmm. iii.ni I ������������������������������������������������������������������������  ' /  Sir Hamar. Greenwood Says Irish' People Would Be Glad If  Government Rid Them Of This Terror.  Hon. A. P. McNab, Minister of  Public Works for Saskatchewan,  whose department is erecting beautiful buildings at Saskatoon and Wey-  burn.  0*- .  inrougu    me;   iiuoli  was in the spring of ihe 'year and I  was travelling light; a H. B. blanket 3  point; two spare pair of moccasins; a  single barrel flint lock gun; tomahawk  and scalping knife with some tea, tobacco and matches made up the outfit.     I took no provisions, but would  depend on game killed en route. The  distance  roughly speaking would be  about 160 miles, and on my. second  morning out I started as usual at the  first peep of daylight   and   after,   an  hour or so walking came out^on .tie  bank of-^a small round lake, about a  long stone throw across; on the other  side  directly  opposite me  were  two  black  bears  standing  on   their  hind  legs and wrestling.      I at once slipped a  trading bullet  on  top  of the  ������hot charge in my gun, opened the  pan and tapped the stock to show the  powder well up;':just as I was occupied in this the bears dropped on their,  four feet, looked across at  me  and  Bank President Sees Robbery  London.���������Replying in the House  to an attack'on the Government policy of reprisals in Ireland and the  Irish administration, Sir Hamar Greenwood, chief secretary for Ireland, said  that the number of troops in Ireland  was so short of the requirements'that  ^t had been impossible - to provide  guards for all public buildings. It  was considered incredible, he said,  that extremist Sinn Feiners should  attempt to burn national possessions  such as the customs house.  Two parliaments, said the secretary, had been elected,, in Ireland.  The Ulster Parliament would soon  be constituted and it would then be  impossible to extend .martial law in  that area without the consent of  the Ulster Parliament. Ii Southern  Ireland failed to take advantage of  the opportunity to assume the responsibility of good government in  the south, a new situation would  arse'' which the Government must  face with all its resources.  With regard to reprisals, no officer  Wash Day and  Backache  tRTASH day is tho least welcome day of the week in  moBt homes, though sweeping  day is not much better. Both  days aro most trying on tho  hacl^.  Tho atrain of wanning; Ironing an*  ���������wooplna: frequently deranges. th*  kidneys. The'system ta poisoned  and backaches, rheumatism, pains In  thc iimhs. result., ��������� -  riieat. then placed heavy logs over  the cache to keep oS Mister Wolverine.  This was the only, exciting occurrence on the trip, but the next evening I struck a small Indian encampment and was received with the greatest hospitality as usual and in return  I directed them to my bears meat  cache and told them they we're very  .welcome to the meat."  Many years after this Robert moved with his family to the south branch j  of thc Saskatchewan and located on a  small farm, where from this base he  would go on extended hunts in the  winter snd crop his land in thc summer time.     About the same time or a  year  or  so  later   I   had  started  fur  trading in  the  Stony. Creek district  (now Mcifoft), and on a trading trip  to Cha-kas-ta-pa-sin's .bands at Wa-  we-a-'ge-njow I was offered parts' of  three, black bear skins and at once  inquired what happened to the rest of  the skins.     Their story told me by  Ne-soo-pa-tin-eyniew    was    that    a  huge   old   grizzily  had   wandered  in  from the plains (and not hibernating  like the local bears) had found the  winter dens of these unfortunates, dug  them  out,  feasted oa. the meat and  thus mutilated the hides; he had followed  the  track  for  some  distance  northwards and Hhen dropped it.   In  the meantime the news of Mr. Grizzly's arrival had spread far and wide  as they were rare visitors in ihe north  country; Robert Bear was one of the  first to hear of it and never having  shot n grizzly hc determined to track  him if at all possible.  He was, I think, some three days  on the trail, a rmed as before with a  single barrel gun, axe and knife, but  at this date pcrcusion locks had replaced the old-time flint, and after  considerable circling he found thc  track at thc main Saskatchewan River,  bqjow the Forks; the bear crossed  the river here and took "to thc .dense  bush; finally the track freshened and  Robert stopped, overhauled his gun,  replaced the cap and then with a determination that it was cither him or  thc bear to cross thc Great Divide, he  waited for a favorable wind, and. then,  stepping like ,,a ballet dancer, he  crept along the trail, ,  (To be continued)  Watched Bandits Escape .With $16,000  In Currency.  Minneapolis.���������A bag containing  $16,000 in "currency was taken from  two messengers of thc Millers and  Traders Bank by five ^bandits as they  stepped from an automobile in front  of the bank here. The bank is located just across the street from police  headquarters, and members of the  shcriff'ssforce, court attaches and the  president of thc bank, Guy Thomas,  watched the robbedy from across the  street. The hoid-up men escaped in  an automobile, pursuing policemen  losing trace of them in the heavy  traffic".  below the rank of Brigade Commander was entitled to order them,  and all serious abnormal acts were  reviewed. If in any case innocent  persons suffered by orders of a  brigade   commander,    the     secretary  said, he -would consider it a case for  compensation out of the exchequer  funds.  Official reprisals oniy operated in  martial law areas and official reprisals were so rare as to be almost  extinct. With regard to General  Seeley's demand that reprisals should  only be' carried out on purely military grounds, and that no house  should be destroyecTuniess _used as  cover for an ambush, and the occupants reasonably suspected of participating in outrage?, the chief  secretary promised to discuss the  flatter with, the commander-in-chief  and bring before him the points  raised in this  debate.  In concluding, he charcterized the  "Irish republican army" as a negligible minority of the Irish people.  The people, he declared, would be  glad if the Government would rid  them of this terror. He expressed  the opinion that the hope of Ireland  was first to defeat the "republican  army" and then to encourage the  coming together of the north and  south, which had happily begun.  The policy of the Government was  to leave Ireland to the Irish leaders  themselves ,to settle within limits  clearly defined'by the Government.  Palpitation  Of the Heart  Kidney action ?xnuat bo ftrouBcd���������  ths, liver awakened to action and tha  toowola regulated by such troatraent  as Dr. Chaso's Kidnoy-Wvcr Pills.  tPhts fovorlto prescription o*f tho well*  known Receipt Boole author will not  fall you in ths hour ot used.    -..:  0n������ pUl a ilois, 20������ a box mt all dfnlirg,  ������r EJmauonn, Datc������ ft Co., Ltd., Toronto.  ������������M������'-*e**yy*^  "Fudneij-LiveR I'llTsT  May Renew Anglo*Jap Treaty.  Tokio.���������Great Britain, ��������� the Nichi  Nichi declares, has requested that' Japan permit the Anglo-Japanese alliance to continue another year. Tlfc  two nations tare definitely negotiating  for a revision ol the alliance, the  newspaper says. ^.  w, n. v. tm  Promising Crops In B.C.  Victoria, B.C.-���������Official reports of  thc provincial department of agriculture for the mouth of May point to  bumper fruit crops practically all .over  British Columbia.  Many people are kept in a state* of  morbid fear of death, become weaks  worn and miserable, and. are unable to  attend to their household, social or  business duties through this'unnatural  action of the heart.  To ail such sufferers Miiburn's  Heart and Nerve Pills will give  prom'pl and permanent relief,*  Mrs. F.X.Gauthicr, Tilbury, Ont.,  writes :~"During 25 years past I was  greatly troubled with palpitation of  the heart, and sometimes so much so  that those around me thought I would  die at any moment, being so much  weakened by the sharpness of the palpitation which would last sometimes  up to 3 hours. I had the doctor who  kept mc taking his medicine to overcome the disease, but to no effect.  There was no change at all for the  better. Two years ago a friend advised me to use Miiburn's Heart and  Nerve Pills. T began to use them at  once, and at thf second box I began  to feel some relief, so 1 continued to  use them according to directions and  now I .am perfectly well. Before  using the pills I never weighed 100  lbs., now "I weigh 117, and feel as if  I were young although I am over 66  years of age." "  .Price 50c a box at all dealers or  mailed direct on receipt of price by  The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont.  -   . \-  Crop Prospects  Good in Manitoba  Country   Well   Organized   to   Cope  With Hopper Menace.  Winnipeg.���������With all conditions  pointing to a banner crop, Manitoba I  farmers arc generally optimistic regarding thc yield this year, according  to a report issued by the provincial  agricultural department. Thc acreage, thc report states, is about, normal.  No actual harm has as yet been done  by grasshoppers, but thcy arc hatching generously in some places. The  country,, however, is well organised to  cope with any situation which may  arise from this pest.  Although seeding commenced lat������r  in some parts of Manitoba, the progress during May has bcen quite  satisfactory. Thc large amount of  plowing done last .fall enabled rapid  progress to be made with seeding,  though in some sections all the barley has not been ������jow������ yet.  IWl^'.Wi^lW^WM^elli'Wl'l1" *^->i'll*|WW������Wem>  League Of Nations  Society For Canada  Object Is To Make Vital Purpose of  League.  Ottawa.���������^-To make vital the ���������objects  and purpose of the League of Nations,  thc League of Nations Society of Canada-was brought into being at a meet-  in0" in the Chateau Laurier which v/as  attended by many of the most eminent leaders of Canadian public life.  Of-Kccrs ���������Y^-o.-f. ele*ctcd Sir Robert  Borden being made president; Right  Hon. Arthur Meighen, Hon. W. L.  Mackenzie King and Hon. T.  Crerar, honorary presidents;  Hon. N. W. Rowell and Hon.  Beland, vice-presidents-  Contract Awarded  Work On 50 Mile Ditch Will Commence at Once.  Lethbridge, Alta.���������Grant Smith &  Company, and McDonald Limited, of  Vancouver and Calgary, haye been  awarded the contract for excavation  of six million feet of earth on the 50  ie    Lethbridge  for  *G-...e of ditch  northern    irrigation  projec*   .-X-r-.X      -..'.rx      ���������.tr-       C.S    AA*\ 070 **r������,t  ^.VJU e.A Cr t.       ll-A*.*r WX00*       -y-A ,-0. XI v,*" *  -- J "--  A.  and  Dr.  Hope Of B.C. Eldorado.  Victoria, B.C.���������Hopes of discovery  of a new Eldorado in Northern British  Columbia arc held by a group of experienced mining men, who, it is understood, arc financing an expedition  into the Cassiar district. Mr. Stuart  Henderson, well-known lawyer and  promoter, is said to be at thc head of  thc enterprise.  The  j is a saving of about $470,000 on the  original estimate of the government  engineer, George Anderson, who had  estimated the cost to be $2,130,000. If  the remainder of the work is done at  a similar saving, the total saving* will  likely reach $10 an a,cre which would  reduce the capital outlay for the farmers to about $40 an acre.  * ��������� ' X. ���������      C'.rCf- cr- **���������* "      ixrtrtvrtr. ,-tvr     -VT  a. iiU    *}Ue.te.-3^iui    s.Ujtj}j&ttj     v.  ���������11    ctar*  work within two weeks, and expecj  to employ about 1,000 men.  Daylight Saving In Saskatoon.  Saskatoon.���������The daylight saving  bylaw carried by a majority of 90.  There were 849 ballots in favor of the  measure and 759 opposed. The city  council will be asked to ratify thc re  suit of the vote.at a meeting  wc-fk.  Ottawa.���������Hon. Dr. R. G. Brett,  Lieutenant-Governor of Alberta, was  elected president of the Dominion  Medical Council at its session here.1  The chief item "of business* jvas the  setting of papers for. cOmi|t||>*||:amin*-  ���������ati on's.' 'Z'iZZp.'yZ/  this  Nelson, B.C.���������Fire, the' ofigI#6T  which is at present unknown,, completely destroyed the sawmill of "the  O'Neill and .Maim Lumber Company  at Boulder.  B.NAD ffi  Ai 5-**,-������ ���������   ' ������a~0-\ Y ' ���������' *" -*��������� 1 *  '- ��������� ��������� -* '-''  ^feY.e;a^  Boiled Dinner  pp'"' ���������.:-������������������ ':*���������' ������������������'.������������������ ������������������" ��������� '��������� "��������� ���������' . ''"*" ���������'. ? z  And Other Good Things  For Tired Housewives  ���������No potatoes to peel���������no vegetables to prepare���������no  long cooking over a hot stove���������simply heat and servo  CLARK S CANADIAN BOILED DIIfflEB'  * complete and delicious dish well cooked ������nd well  - seasoned In the great Clark Kitchens ��������� lAYa all  "CX-ARIC GOOD THINGS" the cost Is modest.  Good at any time���������essential for tho unexpected gueut.  Keep an assortment of "Clark Good Things" on hand.  Made from Canadian Fwm Produce  '   and sold everywhere In Canada*  Give your local merchants a chance  Buy at home.  if?Zj&&  I  -  A*9������ai i������'*&a������������%������>*!3tt^  r  -5S*1  TKB CSEgTOK  EEVEEW,  -j'*-,1  ���������** -r. '..  ���������ss-sssssts  -- .-'a.^-cr-  rrW^^^m^mmm  m  ''; ~-4  0     *>                       1.  , 0.T1. <J> "  ~           t     ,t,i    i.r    ^        1.1       l-,J.    V                                           ^        JlSS  smSB  ��������� *��������� yP*:xk.  v   .:----v '-Wil  r   "-I  ' - -     j  ' >   -         ,        -                'mm  -  '                                    i     ������&M  THE CRESTON REVIEW  y  *'   Issued every Friday afc Oreston, B.C.  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance.  ? SB.00 to U.S. points.  C. P. Hayks, Editor and Owner.  CRESTON,' B.C., FRIDAY   JUNE 10  tS&nm  While the Ontario government is  preparing to implement the recent  plebiscite on the question of importation of liquor, British Columbiais  completing arrangements through  herGovernment Liquor Board to see  that none of ,her inhahitantsor yisi-  - tors go thirsty,     Her motto might  wen uo;    toc;<c; iSxii/isn wuitf uiuia. jcirsu  and Quench Your Thirst." After  June lst> $bere will be no trouble ex-.  . perienced=in securing liquor, provid  ed the transaction can be financed.  Even the doughty Oriental is to \)e  supplied with his favorite drink. Ac-  c >rding toa Canadian Pres dispatch  !! Oh* * juvonsi yeosjiw*7 tis i.',f,lJOI,  Boarq is to make" a drive after the  patronage'of Jboth the Chinese and  tbe Japanese living.on fche coast.  ^Liquor-stores are to beopenedin the  -Chinatowns of both Vancouver and  Viotoria, "and special brands of liquors and drinks that appeal to the  Chinese palate will be imported. A  drive is also to be made to capture  all tbe Japanese liquor business, and *  large quantities of "saki" are tr be  imported by the government. The  official reason given ior seeking out  the Oriental trade is to put a stop  to bootlegging among the newcomers from the Far East, but the real  reason is that the government needs  the reveaue. If there is any liquor  purchased in British Columbia this  year���������and the hypothesis is absurd  ���������the government intends to profit  by it. -Fabulous amounts have been  suggested as the likely, profit" on the  liquor business in the CoastY Provt  incel "bisfcsi* 'say rate -the amount  amtmgu,  <***���������> -. <  - Papering  Kalsomining-  will run into several hundreds of  thousands each twelve months. The  revenue from permits alone will he  huge. Visitor may secure permits  good for a fortnight for a fortnight  for five dollars -and residents will  pay the same amoune ' per year.  Moreover, the visitor may carry his  purchase to his hotel bedroom aud  drink at his leisure. Nothing could  be easier or more comfortable. If  British Columbia is not flooded  with tourists from across the border and east of the Rockies in the  Rockies iirthe coming months, it  will be a matter of great surprise.  If she is, ber much boasted scenic  charms will not be the oniy atrrac-  tion.���������Saturday Night. -  IAC  *-9 ���������  A T\t   A OF%  rm.mWlm~J^.   CRESTON  MILK  Hich in Butterfat, and from  TuBerculin-tssted Cows  CREAM FOR SALE  at fdl times  7 Qnsrta or 14 Pint* for $1.00,  (Crowded out last week)  Jos. W. Bell is *i visitor at Chilliwack this wok, where he is attending  the provincial convention of the Great  War Veterans' Association, -sis delegate from both the Lister and Creston  locals.  Lieut. Col. Latta of the Land Settlement Board paid the Lister area an  official visit this week, and is greatly  pleased with the development that has  taken place since his last call.  R. McLeod of the Speers store staff.  Creston, was a business yisitor here  the fore part of>the week, looking up  orders for grocery supplies for the  month  The Lister Trading & Supply Company stoie opened for business on  vVednesday, and it looks like old times  to see W. Mitchell behind the counter  doing his best to supply the everyday  needs ������>f the Lifter people. Just at j  present ihe t-toek is couip>ii'nti^ely  small, but is well selected, and very  shortly the store will be quite well  stocked with all the staple lines/  Geov Chudley is in a fair way to get  into the income tax paying class, having made qni^c a clean up on lhe sale  of cabbage and tomato plants grown  in a modest greenhouse of his owndes-  ign and construction.  Big Ben, the.dual purpose Shorhoxn  &..-.13 ��������� s..;*.: ,������s i A.*- ~ t^r-x.-, cvx^.j.  XJIAXX X*rttk\.tlOlVt*JXM\JXt,-XJ*f     VU?   AJlOXlVSir'KJViJl-llX-  breeaers Association, has arrived and  is.now.ixi JiheCustody of Chas.' Burgess,  who was preyiously, seleeted to handle  the animal. Big Ben is a splendid  looking animal, weighing in the neigh*  borhood of 1700 pounds, and is from  the government experimental farm  neat- Kamloops. This purebred sire  will be a great convenience to cattlemen both at Lister and Canvon, and  Peter McKay thinks the acquisition of  the animal will heip materially in  strengthening the co-operative spirit  that mutually animates the residents  of both these districts.  spectators.'andthe  club treasury ex."  ! panded a little -better than-$5 on the,  I   A I . L    t   .      -  ; thank offering of the crowd.  'Fob Sale���������Grade Shorthorn milch  cow, due to freshen about June 1st.  good'outlet-cm\. H. H. Taylor. Creston.  'v'lr-fe'****-.  LAND FOR SALS  - Sub-dot 54 uf a*Lot 4595,- containing  i8i)' aeres^"approximately "~120 ^������ji-������"-  good land/considerable timber, Vm.-iU  stream oh property, situated about^i  mile from the Alice Siding &<:hni>l.  Priee 84000. Terms.. For further particulars apply to" the o������Arner,'G. A. M.  YOUNG, Creston, B.C. .  <   Walter Hencteraen    *���������  Greston Chautauqua, Wednesday. June 15  In addition to a sorrowing husband,  deceased. leayes also to mourn her  pissing her-mother and one brother at  the oid home at Albion; a siste*-. Mrs.  Daley of Jackson, Mich., and another  sister, Mrs. Perry of Spokane, who had  visited here during the long illness,  .and who arrived again on Monday.  The high esteem in which deceased  was held was shown in the many floral tributes sent by friends both at  Creston and- other points. Socially  the late Mrs.- Piper had the happy faculty of ieadilv making friends and retaining their friendship, while in community effort,' ^notably in the Red  Ci-os*? activities during the war, and  the volunteer'hospital work during the  flu epidemic at the end of 1918; she  rendered much "useful service in her  characteristic ^unassuming fashion.  In the passing of such a likable and  useful citizen. Creston sympathizes  greatly wiiii Sir. riper in the taking  of a life partner who had in the fullest  sense of the teirrn been a worthy helpmeet over a married life of almost  eighteen years:  ~"~  * "ft" -  WyniiaerSuffars  Another Defeat  MOUNTAIN  WALTER  VIEW RANCH  V. JACKSON  Mrs. 'R.R. Piper's  Death, Sunday  Make Your  Headquarters  Here!  For quick   service  TEA ROOM and  CREAM PARLOR  fel'V   o  ICE  our  Pull line of Bread; Cakes,  Candi0H and Fruit.  SOFT  M'1  DRINKS  air the timo  earned  BERT NORRIS  Po8toffic������Blk, OBE8T0N  Mrs. Piper is dead. This is the news  that'reached citizens on" Sunday tnorn-  % ������g, and brought with it a sorrow,  mingled with which is just a touch of  glaclness; sorrow that so likable a  friend and neighbor had passed away,  and gladness that death brought merciful relief to One who had suffered much  over a period of at least two yearn,  considerable of which time she had  been;: patient in tho Cranbrook hospital.  The late Mrs. Piper was a native of  Michigan, being born in Albion, in that  8*ate, in 1878. She was married in 1003  althoi.gh it was not until early in  the spring of 1917 thnt she came to  Creston to joir. her husband who had  a few weeks preyious accepted the position of accountant with the Canyon  City Lumber Co., Ltd,, and with  which Arm he remained until about a  year ugo, when he optmed im office no  accountant an������lTaudltor in Cvewton.  The funeral ^lokpliiiee on Tuesday,  the rernulna bei^'takop tt> the Pre**-  byterian Church where Rev. .!. A.  Janie������ conducted a tnortt irnpreoHive  funeral nervice-. nt which (..- Ai -Why  feelingly i endert-h tlie* m.o, '"I palled  TJpon the ILurd,*' bffori* a latgft eon-  ������4>nr������e df friend* who waw on hand t-o  pay thefir li������t*t ,v������f>ecttt, MeHwr*. M. J.  Boyd, IJ. K. Oatway. C. B. Garland,  C ������. tHyt-f, K. Mallandaine aV)d������.  A. Hpe-iti-w officiating an palJlwi/M-em,  nm. thf tt-mtSrlnn wt-s-e placed on' lhe  e.iNtbfftff id train arid taken to Spokane,  Wuivb., wher������ Irtf^rment. wan ntflfile hi  fireeri-wof-fl Cftttftery the foHowifig  day, Mr. Mallandaine accompanying  Mr. Piper on hi* mul Journey and being with him nt f he hurlal rite*.  * Quite a' nice yarjjety of the good, bad  and not so worse varieties ������f baseball  was served up at tCreston in the game  on Sunday afternoon between' the  Creston and Wynndel teams, in which  Wynndel sustained its third co'nsec  utive defeat at the hands of the locals  ���������this time by a cricket score of 18 to  As the score indicates, the clash was  considerable of A slugfest, with an added feature of a half ta dozen passes issued by Bruce, who also rode thfree  others via the shit'bv- pitcher route.  Ogilvie was also-quite generous ih the  same direction passing a couple as  well as giving free transportation to a  c >uple more by the,h.p. process.  The real feature of Creston's play  was on'the .offensive. Taylor chalking  up a home run, and Telford and Craig  ie each-nicking Ogilvie for triples. On  the defensive ilQiipper" Botterill made  his debut as an outfielder and made  quite a creditable showing In the Right  pasture. At j^hort, Hall had the. best  day of the season 8$Vfai%"and'^'hi������in<'he  was going right Bruce had -the goods  they couldn't hit, \vilh;-.fon-.;.6tt'ikeViutB  to his credit. Por nix Inningti he.turn-  ed them back se������\rfAe^^ji*\:. his * lapse  in the third was niop-t disastrous, no  lesH thaii-s&fejn;/ ^o'u^tera put oyer* ih  that fr������\niC|,Z.,Z;,. ������������������'.;..*\.--;.*"*=  Don. Dowar;. starKed for VVynnde',  both with the willow, and on the field.  He Worked like a borne all day, going  after everything hltotit Into IiIh tot'ri-  tory$and the iiiore difllcult the chances tho me ir*^ pep hp put into his play.  Cameron was the premier hitter, with  a three base hit to bin credit. Harry  Bathie made his first appearance, and  while hitting nomewhere up to form  was away oJf In his field work. The  players and -ncore: ,.,,,..' _ .        ..;-'..'.'��������� i  'ORRBTON WYNNDEL  Long, 2b.../: 2 Wlloox/d....:.Z.Z.J  Telfoitl, n H Benadettl. If.. 0  Tayl(������i'. ������l������ ...Pi K. Dewar, Ih v2  Craigie, ef 2 Bathie, s��������������� 2  Hall, ss ...I  McKelvey, lb 2  Hriice. p... 2  floiii-u-o, If. i 2  a -BdttorMI, ��������� rf.. .2  Johnson, 2b..^ .rl  D* Dewar, 8b��������� .8  Cameron, rf ...1  Ogilvie. p 1  WallAetvo f ....I  IB  ,  -11  (}  0  8  0  m  1  X-  -18  1  0  1  0  8  0  0-  -11  Oreston... 8   8  WyntHlel.O" 0  ���������sTIune wni������ <|iiite a good turnout of  Farm Sale Notes  What d������ you intend to do with your sale  s&ct^f Shrfiag tlieni t������ this Bank im discount  or safe keeping. You will find prompt, cowr-  t^ips sad complete banking service at our  nearest branch.  ������������������ a ..  871  IMPERIAJL   BANK  C. W. ALLAN,  GRESTON BRANCH,  . Manager.  "&t  re*. T a   ^mx^r  mr;vv--  5- "*-a    i stssr   t  y*i h    ���������    n    i ac.  With Spring cleaning completed and the holiday season just ahead with its prospects of  company or .longer-staying visitors some new  furnishings may be needed. Some of, this  * week's arrivals in the -Furniture department  may possibly be just, what you require.    The  new lines include���������  - ..   . * i>.      . -   ���������  White   Enamel   Dressers. Dressing  Tables  and   Cheffoniers,, , Kijchen  Cabinets,   Kitchen   Tables,    Drop  i^eai. Tables,  v^nuaren s   v^nairs  t- 'i  Rocking Chairs, Dining Room and  Kitchen Chairs.     Iron and SVood  i" -  , _ ,t jjeuSt^ciU^*- ill ruUracuj^ Whjijli5>.      ^  *���������������':*'- VKIdttveeSsefi^ff <OT^Wl|nies.  %&  *  ,4 '      -  Thes^^Wefe* all purchased at exceptionally favorable  -prices, and we pass" these sterling values* on to you  ' at the closest possible margin of profit:" W^jwquld  ,s. be pleased to have you call and inspect these lines.  0-\^m     ~c\m     4^  SL      \\~~~\mi  Cr  l^*Z5  GENERAL  MERCHANT.      '  V.  '  We ate opening a crate of theabove'in Clover  Leaf and Plain White, which we have  -'.������������������'.::;:;     just received from England:  Cups and. Bauoere, per doz���������.���������...-..........^4.25  6-inoh Plates, per doz ���������'��������� ���������>��������� 2.50  7. ��������������� It 4* Q fSK i'  wJflQfl .........................i......    |}iQv     -   ^  O*1110|l   ' ..........m.0...........0t..0.0.       4.UU  9-inoh/     "        * t������~������~ 4.60  .    9-inoli Sonp Plated, per doz  4.00  Bajier'a, 7 inch, each ���������  50a   '  -, Baker's, 8-inoli, each  75c. '    ; .   :,  Bowls at 40o, 50c, 55o.  , Sugar Bowls, fll.00,,,  Jiirb, 60c, 60o,'65o.  ���������,.���������������:.  ?*A  PLAIN WHITE  Cups and. Saucers, per doz *....$8.50  6-inoh Plates, por doz��������� ���������  2.10  7;inoh       ;;       ;;       ..:....-:.......:...���������,.:, 2.75 ;  o*lT10ll ������������������w**H*-������*������������������������i*������������������������������������������v*w������'*>**������'ti������tt*   vifcU    ^  if "*111OM ���������*���������*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*��������������������������������������������������� ���������*������������������������������������������������������ w-tt-ti~-im     ttT-xtsXI  /Baker's and Scallops, 50 and 75c.  Cereals, 20o, each.    ''  .   . .* ' "'. *  SO sets Aluminum, 3 pieces to set  Special~$2.00 per set  GLASS CHURNS, $3.75, $4.50  wm  Creston mercaiiiiie Ooitipdny  LIMITED  d  .n  jii  ���������^j lii^iiiiii
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We have fitted up.an .up-to-
date Ice Cream Parlor, ;and
are.prepared to serve you
-with anything in---the Ice
Cream line.        .> ,,
" , *-. < - ' '-
Vortex   SanitargC System- of
individual ctaps and dishes
,: ���  -used throughout; ^  ^
Coolest "place In tbwn^    Good
service and jeleaiiliiiess oui\
y-i,    .<-,   '*    -iuOtt-Os."*^. __ " ��� . *
Fresh Bread Daily
'-       ir.        *.J "- ^ *-
.Sealed tenders will be receiyed until
Wednesday, June 15,1821, for the con-,
struction of an-addition, to. Erickson
school, 24 s 36 feet, according to plans
and specifications supplied by Public
Works Department, in the hands of
the secretary.. R. M., Telford, where
they can be had or seen. -
Tenders.to include-excavating 14 x
16 x 9 ft, cellar, and also painting.ex-
teriofc*; and interior. ...
Certified cheque for 10 per cent, to
accompany -tender,., which will'be returned to unsuccessful Bidders. *" Work
to bs completed. by end "of
1029." ��� >.'.v .:P l*..'-{/.
;     -    *   '-/-i
While otlate, there
���-�� *.
1U.W done
Pay- tis a fisit.
!s there any
Meat in the
This is the first question that presents itself
to the housewife if an
unexpected visitor drops
in for'a meal. But why
SkaFssr&ck R-'x-nd
Hams and Bacon
Finest. Quality
Cooked Ham   '
*    * j. _A-
.   Lunch Meat .
*��_ - AL- ���
are , always^ to be had
her*?.' In Haea'ts nothing
quite equals 'Shamrock9
"products.   ^������^Z. ' ""-.
Touring^Car.. ..$889.80
Runabout  823.72
Truck.  973.04
- with Lighting and Starting.
Tractor, without starter, $828
taVkcih various quarters of .establish-
iflgco-bp��3re.tiv4;sfcbras,' Wynndel is
the first centre1 to, ni&ke a deflate move
at actull^cjp^|ng^^^
establishn^ntSf/jlnd < feooi aU appear-
^Sce^thfe'SiOTe/wifl-^idpihg business
'in^WjSws premise? "befoire^he-end of
tfaV'snoiath;' --ia ZZy-''ZZ^^k.-r
/ Wynndet /^Operatiy^Trading
Association !is^he|*?f g|s|��|^4 ��� name of
theiiew&nnv;wiii|h up.tortiKe.present
laMlM^A&a^iJQQ^^^^^ of Capital
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StOCK,at,jpi*K��;H, SUttfC*. ^jss^^atMfjfii Site
harbeen^6escure3[,iB a^^fooSlot.on the
Paul-fiA^eWranchi^jusfc^pdss from
thepbsfenfiacev rFbr the orient a store
r *"    m~���0      0 r\   At    m ^  ^ *    m ^ *m, ��� ^     /* ^ ( T     -���^\ttr *    0 ^
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aatkili    1m*\.     nM/tflrn/i
Vciu. uCucvemi!
vor 14 in.; i^iows  .
Oliver Double Disc..,.  185
All tht? above prices f.o.b. Calgary.
Guaiaiiieeu OveriiauiS
: Jf you consider getting your
car overhauled���any make���
or any repairs, we have mechanics that can do it, and we
guarantee the work.
���^ X s    t
We have several good" buys
in second-hand cars. Call
and see them.
Greston Auto & Supply
���u.-ss-aE-fs���c*>*"'��." its
uuneiiuK    untim. *v.
which sfltlih^-; o^t^fc^wM Jbe; stocked
with' sWictl^si*i^^3ii^^^l4 the1 business wilt be ott",th^i��p'o^%ash , basis.
For thete?ry-^^s6n;anT^,creaui par-
lor will be'- prbvuS-ea and along with
the frozen delicacy there will also he
available!) ful! line of--soft drinks,
frtiils, confectionery and'smokes.
John Bathie has~be-?r. selected as
cnairman of the association's board of
directors,' with H, Rosindale as secretary treasurer; and assodiated with
them on the diV-eetor&fce aie Mrs. H.
A. Bathie, and Messt-W A. H. Piggot,
Joe Wigen, .B.-Uri,-TT. Penson, W.
Cooper and Mr. Keif. '; No annunce-
ment is made as yet-as.-to who will be
chosen as manager of;the'��tore, but as
some,of the dii-ectoi-s have had previous experience in handling businesses
of the. sort no t\\n~ is being lost in
.placing orders for_the stock necessary
to open the store-with. If there is
anything to the old saying that has it
that opposition isi the life of trade, the
high cost of living at Wynndel should
have .quite a dewt, in si. as the new-
store, of the Trading Association gives
the Duck Creek, ^section no less than
three retail emporiums.
Weliave been in the tire business a good
while. We"-have sold them all. Weknow
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LI AC       lr*\,*X-~yX-.4-m.      ' L11C  t.&l<CO  Cll A -. gX VV- AX* MMtgVy
that are dependable, that never vary in
We put Ames Holden "Auto-Shoes" in
that clasfr and we know that once you
fit a set you wiii come to us regularly for
Because they are real value���mileage that
costs less���dependable tires, made by a
dependable firm, guaranteed to the last
shred. __.
If our roads are knocking the "stuffing" out of
your tires come to us and let us fit your ca-r with
a set of Ames Holden "Auto-Shoes." You'll be
quite satisfied with your investment. - _
Cord and Fabric Tires in all Standard Sizes
Phone 90    :   :    CRESTON
! ���*���-
Shoe Repiring
Men's  Half Soles, $1.25
6 months.
Grsston's Scliool
Report for May
Frank Crawford, WTilbert Doble, Levi
Doble, Jean Fisher. Euphemia Fisher,
Mary Goodwin, Laura Holmes, Edith
Lewis, Ada Lewis. Evelyn Linn. Cath*
ie Mawson, Jean McCreath, Meryyn
Oatway. Hilda Payne. Randall Payne,
Betty Speers, Aileen Spratt, Lillian
Trsvelyan, Gwen ' Webster, Billie
Bayle, Dorothy Smith, Dora Nickel.
pearls.one of
which  was   valued   at
- r.-i,.
.A-.At-mfa^k Mirabelli
Shofeiiaicer   - -^..CKESTON
Thftt this-Bank is anxious to assist the agricultural development of Canada is shown
by the fact that two-thirds of our borrowing
customers are farmers.
An application i&t ce?dit"-ftosa yesrwill-
ha tmto**. tih�� taott contidenrate tr��ttmcb��.
1 Hioh School���O.' M. Brousson. B.Sc,
Principal.     """ j
^���"bjl^^Dding^^i, Average at-
^<(Highest st-ii\dmgi^ ^triciilation���
Dorothy -StrfrK.^**" Advanced���Harry
Compton. Preliminary���Violet Mori-;
Perfect attendance and punctuality
���^Louise "Bevan^" Rose Cherrington,
li'arry Ctimpton,' 'Ruth'Compton, Arthur Gobbett, ftkzel, Htibden, Eva
Holmes,' Keith 'liittlejohn, Dorothy
Stark. f 'V   '
CRESTON BRANCH, C G. Beunett; Manager.
We can
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all sizes and
Division I���G. *P:*Smith, Principal.
. Highest standing: Entrance���Robert Hutheringion; Robert Moore. Freda-' Lfewis. FourSh Reader���Edith
Crawford, Ivin Compton, Herbert
Perfect Attendance���Sydney BelU
Ivin Compton, Robert Crawford, Robert Hetherington; Charles Holmes,
FredaLewiSj Keith Lidgate, Herbert
Manuel, Cluni Morrowj Delvin Payne,
Dean Peairs. Aliwter Ross, Teddy Staples, Eya Webster, Winiatn Asher.
Division II.���F. ;"H.k<'"JPearce. Teacher.
Ptsrfect Att<?ndancer--Ruth Asher,
Lesiie B����ffey, Ted Bush, Ben Crawford, James Cherrington, JRay Oatway,
Henry Webster, Ge^i^ge Winch, Edith
GtUiling, Lloyd 9pu|ingjfV011je Christie,
Lizzie Lewis, &elep *Jl^ore, AljJDert
Sherwood, Myrtle Taylor.V
AlSoe Sitting
ZR. Stewart is the first Valley straw
5?f��vpv   sh inner   this   season.    He   hadl
**** ���*      * r-    ~      0-     -    v..     m,.
two-ctvrtesr'of chord? i-ipefruittommrk-
&$, on kMonda y. -v^tTv *> ^e��^3taa*,'5����n'; tbe
TBi'idgfe place." w-S^till'-^arlipr," tftgugB
he had not the' quantity, _^a"half*crate
on Saturday being his* best "effort.^
Principal Steel. of - Alice Siding
6ch<>ol,spent the latter part of the week
at his home in Nelson.        '   -r
Report has it that the C.P.R. fencing ci-i-w will resume operations next
week, op the right of way between
here and Duck Creek.
- R. Beazer is employed at Erickson
at present, at which point he has a tie
hauling contract.
The quite heavy rain on Tuesday
morning furnished at least another
half inch of moisture, and the local
vegetable crop is coming along in record fashion.
The sale of tickets for Oaeston48 six-
day Chautauqua wus handled by Principal Steel in this territory, MfHo rVe-
poi-tft quite a healty demand. for the
" ;     .** ���-. '*'���'.      ���-.���������      e,    ���,
Manager Kelly on the Alderaon
rancli has lent quite a helping hand in
ridding Alice Siding of the- gopher
nuisance. Up to last week his showing whs jnsta litth* shy of 500, which
had been taken on a seven-acre tract
of the Alderson ronch.
wrintwt^yw   prtoe   of   ttrst-claee   land
t=,-m i_.Jt   ...    mtT .    ~..x-0-m^t.rxt-t0xm   .0, m-
Xm*0*tVA0mt    XXI    Vtf    **XX   mitr....    mVivrxr..v0" ���  ���        il3
58.60 an 'acre. -
conflirad  to jnur-
-emption  now
veyed lands only.
Xtecos-e&rwUl lie grantea coverijsj? oniy
lag*- $aUs&la for aj^ricultural purjjoses
anO-which Ib non-timber land.
..Partnership pre-emptions Abolished,
fefuVpartles of- opt more thein four may
BCTftn^e for adjacent pre-emptions
with^golnt residence, luit each making
-**n66eemxy<, tznprov-Sx^ntB on respective
~.~-SIUfL'x> - *~> ".'*--i^ *������.*.-  -    -'~
- Pre-emptora medt occupy claims for
five years .'and .make improvements to
velue.ef. $10 psr'acre, Including cleto-
ins ��nd cultivation of, at least 6 aeres.
before receiving CrowB-.Grant.
wsere pre-esapcot- in occupation not
less than 8 years, and has made proportionate improvements, he may, he-
cause of ill-health, or other cause, be
granted intermediate certificate o* Improvement and transfer his claim.
~ Records without permanent rs&-'
dence may be issued, provide*? -applicant makes improvements to'extent of
$800 per annum and records same totAh
year. Failure to make improvements
or * record same will operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained tn
less than 5 years.'and improvements
of $10.00 per acre. Including, 5 acrfes
cleared and cultivated, and residence
of at least 2 years are required, jk -'
Pre-emptor <holding Crown grant
- may record another pre-emption, it he
requires land in conjunction,with his
farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory, Improvements- made
and residence maintained on Crown
���ranted ItCnd. r ���*.  r   ." *
unsurveyed areas, not exceeding So
acres, may be leased as homesltea;
title to be obtained after fulfllUng residential and Improvement cortdi tions.
-For graslng and industrial purposes
areas exceeding ,840 acres may be
leased by one person or company.
Mill* factory or industrial sites
timber land hot  exceeding   40  aotas
ons include
may be purchased; condl
payment of stumpag*. .
Natural hay  meadows  inaccessible
by existing roads may be purchased
to them.
road, not	
price, Is mad*.
�������� iww mmr oe purensseo
il upon construction of a road
Rebate of one-half of cost of
: exceeding half of purchase
Canyon City Lumber Oomiiany
Division in.���MiBsti'vlnei Teacher;
'HigheHt standing:^ Senior Second-**-
Cliu'ence"St��ipieH' -,n*~ HarotdYSpeei-B
equal,' WilHarii ^ Bu^ M ^illirtim
Manuel equal. Blvii TViylor^-��������� Juriidr
Sec<ind--Muiier Oitiwi^,; A;t;thur Coul-
IiiV Gletus Sohadea'nd Riiphina An-,
diosow e^uut. '���'< FirfltJ Reivder���Dora
Sprutt, Lou1iiePeiKli^;:^^^>'".'';i-.*.'
��� Perfect AttendHnce-J-Rophlha Ah-,
dr<��M��w, Bvu B<)lti>ri; ^MiVy^r Doltoh;
Donald Bolton. Wtllintit J8u��h. Kim
Christie, Ai thiir C��iulirig, Lettiy Couling, Olurence Duhlo, LlonW DowrtdV,
Cathei Ine Eiubiree. Noimah Fjrilaysop,
AH'X. iHendei-Hbn, Jaa<j 'MpdeVson,
Thomas KHtleson, Btliel fc6\Vt8, Lily
Lewis, Wllliiun Many��'l;YMadollno
M<kii��. W<��Iti'r.Nicl^V). Murlel Oatway,
ClotUR Sehiuh^i51 '.'Hai-nl-J 8|ieeiP, Dot-it'
Spratt. Mai-gai et Wiilkei*., Edith WII-
Hon.' .        "...,, Y"..*���:'" ���*.���*.
DivwioN^lV.-r-'fti- ����� .Miil^od, Teaohei;.
HlghpHtStHhdlng; Ph'Bt Bwuler-r
Liiuih faiiliiiwABandkrll PaJ'We, Jeap
McOi-eiith. 8<��cond Pihrier���Betty
S|>efi��, Mary Goodwin, ^wcn. Wi'V)*-
HteV. ��� FlrHt Prliii-rr���IfJIda'],'.Eapftf
.Wlltwt t l4olliott, Billy B*��yl��?.
P-vivcl Att��indHrirw^HttK��ff| 'Bvujn-
g��t.    Lydi��   Ohrlatie,   Barl, Olir|f|jHj',
-."A recent issue of th�� London Dai|y
Mii'ioi* nhows a picture of Lord Sholto
Douglas and his i-eceot bride, taken
immediately after their woddirig in
London. England. He is readily recognized by anyone ��it. all acquainted
with him 'hw*. vTh�� feature of tlu*
bi-lde's costume; according to the Minor's writoup wits a couple of Hii-ing��of
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PRE-KMPtOne'     F��EE
"���'A/- .;���?���:jZ- --yi.-KC-t^ZL..-
The scope of this* Act is enlarged to
utoludet an persomr idlnlng and serving with His Majesty's Sx>roes. The
time within which the heir* or devlnoea
cf a deceased pre-emptor miy apply
for title under this Act is extended
from for one yesr from the death pr
such person, aa formerly, until one
year after the conclusion of the present
war; This pHvilege Is also made retroactive. ,:���". , ���'��� ' m.  ��� ������
No fee* relating to pre-emptions are
due or payable by soldiers on preemptions recorded after June II, mt
Taxes' are remitted for five years.
Provision f*>r.return of moneys' accrued, due and been paid since August
4, 1914, on account of payments, fees
or taxes on soldiers' pre-emptions.
Interest on agreements to purchaiw
town or dty lots held by members of
Allied Forces, or dependents, ooquired
dlreot or Indirect, remitted from en-
llsiment to March ll, 1M0.
umx~- C"0WN
Provision made for -issuance of
Crown grants to sub-purchaser* of
Crown Lands, acquiring rights from
ptirehMers who fstled to completw
purchase, involving forfeiture, on ful*
fcUm��nt of conditions of purchase, to-
terest and taxes. Where aub-purchaa<
ers do not claim whole of original parcel, purebmse price due and taxes ma>
b�� - distributed pronortlonslely over
whole area.     Applications
lf"��t*W   mmifW e' m^���mmmir i. ���*a , *rsnF^ j
mi'Mt   be
*...   f. '���'
wgriofnitii *"i��4i* kmni '
ChaaliBqui, Wednwdij, Jbm 15
*-*-** GRAZING. . ���
Omsln* Act, 1S10. for systematic
<t��v*lon��n*nt of llveMtock lndu-��lry pro-
vide* for graslng district* and range
adminiewtratlon una*r commissioner
Annus! grating perrnlin intuit*, based
o�� ��twtnt>��r��,riu.g*-d: priority for ��t*b*
llsht-4 -; owners. Slock-own��er��< msy
forra Aimoclations for range mannge-
ment. $*w, or pmnl~ilw trtstt, -pen-eiitc*
for setfJers. cwmpers or trwveitear*   uu
%-���W   ��*flW" h, ^Sl-wmmmStt miwr '^aBftfcat*Ma������gcnag  '~~t\^mis!i^jfm^t^m t Wj^J^ffii^  n  \i  TTTF     PvETTEW,     C&ESTQllT,    B.     &  Helps a Weak Throat  Strengthens the Voice  Relieves Bronchitis  By Breathing the Healing Balsams of  Catarrhozone,   You   Are   Made  Well Without Using Drugs.  You breathe ihjrongh the Catsrrho-  sone inhaler medicated air that is full  of healing, soothing balsams; full of.\  niney antiseptic essences that rescm-j  oie the air of the pine woods in the  Adirondaeks. This piney vapor has  %������������������ truly marvelous   action   on   weak  firoats. It brings strength and  ealth to the bronchitic, stops that  hacking cough and difficult breathing.  You can't find anything for Weak-  throated people more beneficial than  Catarrhozone. It means heaven on  tarth to the man that has had bronchitis, catarrh or. - throat irritation.  You will realize this the first time you  use Catarrhozone which is a scientific  preparation specially designed for diseases of the nose, throat and bronchial tubes. Get the large size, it  lasts two months, costs $1.00. Medium size, 50c; sample size, 25e. All  storekeepers or the Catarrhozone Co.,  Montreal.  carelessly shedding light for others  to bask In. If men loyed her, they  never told her so. It was like loving  an elf or a nymph���������she seemed so  detached, so intangible.  Kenton Gray had singled her out  from the first���������in an absent-minded  sort of way. Kc used to call her to  sit by him sometimes    during   long  At^~���������.rx���������~       ���������.-r..X~-  ���������tr*  *-stl  i;v *   :a  Iked t  .-   x.  er  jab  A Jolt To Tlie  By Julia Logan ArcKitald  It Tcally happened. There are people who would doubt It j they would  say that the American stage is too  well marshalled for such occurrences.  But they never knew Cary Merle.  And they never knew Kenton Gray.]  She could not be catalogued; she  ���������was too elfin���������slight and fine, too elusive and rare. She was only half  American. Her mother had been a  great Spanish dancer, whose stage  - career had ended when she married a  southern    aristocrat.      Cary    danced  from babyhood.  T....,  A. ~t~'  ching her was  the only outlet for her mother's gen-  Jus. Dancing was woven' into the!  child's play; it was part of "every  mood���������as natural as breathing. She  herself did not dream how wonderful  she was and her father's family  frowned upon any trace of the  mother's disapproved though glorious  past.  Nov/ she was alone, all her near  relatives dead. For a year she had  bcen struggling in New York. She  had gone to managers. She was not  the usual dancing type���������was not in  their dictionary, and they would not  even give her thc opportunity to show  she could dance. At last one of  them, calculating her decorative effect, gave her a chorus job in the  beautiful fantastic opera, "The Enchanted Road."  Kenton Gray was thc composer and  haunted every performance and every  rehearsal with his kind, though weary  smile,   .The opera represented blood  and  tears, and at last the bloom of  life to him.      He had had a sort of  tragi.; existence until thc tremendous  success of this opera, and even now  was not quite happy in its production.  The company was u-oon to sail for  a London season���������at least all except  Trix, the premiere dan .vase, who was  shortly   to    accomplish    matrimony.  Kenton Gray hael r.evcr been pleased  with her, though technically she was  perfect, but as the v.-'vek-*  passed and  no one v*as found worthy to fake her  plac*-, the troubkd look sank deeper  Into his eye*.  The company ado*'-! Cary. She  made you feel you were somebody  else ,the person yen always wanted to  ���������, ht. Nobody was jealous of her, She  never got anything definite that anybody else war-VY      She ju*t  drifted,  DQDiyS    y*  ut her eld home in "Charlestons'  her father and mother, and his manner -was always quite fatherly. ,f Her  happy chatter seemed a little stifled  with him.  The orchestra leader, Leon Vallon,  * . L~a" ���������    *  was "a queer genius, a sort of protegee of Kenton Gray's. He and  Cary were great friends.  "Why is he always  so sad?"  she  asked  one   day  when  no  name  had  'been mentioned. -  "Oh, I don't know," he said, "just  the loneliness of genius, I suppose^  Ar.d then he's troubled about the  dancer. You -see most people  wouldn't understand. I don't think  he understands himself, but he's put  his whole ideal of love into that role������������������  the enchantress���������and perhaps nobody  will ever do it to please him���������unless,  perhaps���������well he's always be disappointed in it perhaps."  "It's too bad," she said mistily, "he  can't be happy in it���������it's so beautiful.  It's the enchanted road of life. Why,  it ma^ces me happy and I'm only a little spbt of shrubbery alongside of it.  Oh, if���������if he only could!"  Then it was that the idea struck  Vallon. Hc had often played for  Cary to dance/ just for the sheer joy  of It and he had a dim realization that  her dancing was unusual, and perhaps  he had a dim realization of something  else too.  But now Vallon's soul was stirred,  and so it was hc hatched the plot.  Walburn, the producer, was to sail  the next day, two weeks ahead of the  company. Some English dancer  would be secured���������of very doubtful  quality.  Vallon told Trix., .who readily consented to be his accomplice. "But  do you think she'll do it? Has she  the nerve? She is about as practical as a frolicsome kitten."  When he went tb. Cary she looked  bewildered, her lips trembling. Then  she said she would.  At seven-forty that night she was  peering into a cracked mirror in the  dressing room putting thc last touch  of make-tip on thc end of her tip-tilted  nose. Later, out in front, she moved  in a daze, but, at Vallon's scolding  eye, she managed little make-believe  smiles as she tripped at the end of  her line.  The act was ncaring the end. The  chorus line was swinging down stage  preparatory to going off at thc qthcr  side.     Cary was the last of the line.  Thc lights were lowered and the  spotlight turned on- for Trix's dance,  but there was no Trix, (Trix could  faint as casually as a Jane Austin  heroine.)  Cary stood stock still until she was  alone on the stage.  She was panic-stricken. She could  not move until she saw Vallon's facc(  in the shadows and his hand beckoning her. , ,  She reached the *spet>t of light in the  centre. The stage manager was all  but shouting at her from the wings.  Walburn's figure, in his box, shot upright  like a pillar of darkness.      A  faerie bells.  She brushed back a lock of hair from  ed into the hearts ol^those who saw  and peace hung upon a young atid  sinless world.  Her swinging grew to whirling and  the whirling into swirling, until she  became a mere scintillating spot, mad  in a maze of color,; At last, atilt  upon her toes, with arm stretched  wide, she skimmed down the whole  length of the stage; as the curtain  went down, her head drooped and she  sank into a heap before the footlights,  drowned in her own glory.  Thcy picked up the limp little form  and bore it to thc dressing room. The  terrible storm of applause thundered  madly, until thc manager appeared  with uplifted hand to say that Sen-  orita Carita was indisposed. If possible she would reappear during thc  last act, aud on succeeding evenings,  in one of her original dances.  It was fifteen minutes later that  Cary opened her eyes and let them  rest comfortably upon Kenton Gray's  face, while the orchestra played  dreamily out in front. In some man's  way of his he was keeping thc crowd  away from her. She took him quite  as a matter of course, and when he  paused in thc chafing of her hand and j  smiled to sec her returning strength,  she was glad he was no longer sad.  his forehead, as if she had done it a  hundred times before. Then; she  closed her eyes again.  He leaned nearer her, breathing  fast. "Cary," he hurried, "^alburn  will be here m a few moments with  a contract for you to .sign. ..vYou'*re  the. sweetest little thing that God ever  made. All I want is you! That's  all I ever wanted... You don't need to  dance for Walburn. It's like buying  and selling Heaven. Can't you���������do  you���������love���������"���������  Her    eyes    opened slowly.     "Oh,  The Elusive Maid.  Joan   believed   in   open and frank  friendship with young men, without  any sentimentality.     One young man  .gave    her    an    endless    amount    of  '.trouble.-; ,...'.-������������������  Z One evening he plucked up courage  and 'said tcYherr "X* ������������������ say,��������� loofe;: here,  jolly "oloY Joan. -''*��������� Let'srget married."  She replied, with ;a laugh:  "Gooei.  heavens!    Who'd have us, old thing?"  yes,'^ she said languidly, "I do, I have  all along, of course. That's why I���������-  I didn't mind jogging the wheel of  f-fatc a little."  Sun Wind TSSS? % Cinders  RECOMMENDED.** SOLD' B/ DRUGGISTS OPTICIANS  WRITE FOR FREE EVE BOOK. MURIKE CO. CHICAGO  zo  %, PILLS"  THEP"  W     W.    TT!    1*7!  strange emptiness and stillness seemed to dose in around her. And somewhere out in front she knew was  Kenton Gray groping his way toward  his own enchanted road.  Then the orchestra began to call to  her, rising atul failing in rhythmic  melody. Her body began t6 sway  with the music, as lithcly as a flower  bmd*; on its stem.  Tl..-, hirO'.VtglA followed her, the  stag- director became quiescent, and  Cary began to dance. Her face was  alight with a soft seraphic smile, and  the audience held it's breath.  She began in a slow swinging motion, like the rising and falling, In dr*  clea of flight of a bird, a little white  r.ight-bjr4 a!) a&frimmcr with itlver-  bh>. moonlight, Fountains of melody rose and iwelled *nd bunt In. a  myriad bright drope ol eeetacy,  while her little feet danced with tha  light ������x*iult!te $>att*r of a. faerla holt  Round nnd rotmd ������be 4������ne*<l in  widening circle*.     Now *he t>tc������me  A k.i~-j-liVuC CXiXlhg   *.Um.h  OS JOTOltO  afloat   In   low   ihodowy chord* of.  iound,     Xt whs ftll In the night ind J  lomewherc we** the moon and $W������  jand elottdless -aky, and the tinkle of} THE     REVIEW,     CRESTON,     B.     a  vm  mwamim  yd?  ���������������������������*  I OSEPH DROUIN, of Mon-  r^   ireal, declares he suffered  six years with dyspepsia, but six  bottles of Tanlac made a new  man of him���������Gained 35 pounds.  Addressing Letters  System Used By Spain Must  Save  Much Time.  Is our method of addressing an envelope, I wonder, the best one?     In  Spain the method adopted is exactly  the reverse to ours.      The name, of  ���������the country to which the letter is to  be sent is written at .the top of the  envelope, the name of the town next,  and on the' following line    the   pergonal   or   private   address, while on  the last line the    name    of    the addressee is inscribed.      I suppose the  sorter arranges his   letters   according  to    the    name    of the country first,  town next, precinct of that town, last,  while Hhe postman and the recipient  only are concerned with the name on  the enevelope, so that the saving of  time  whfch  t^iis  systcm must  effect  seems to contradict   the    impression  that the Spanish are "inefficient." Can  there bc any reason not readily apparent, which has  kept  other  countries  from    adopting    this    system?���������The  Westminster Gazette.  "I could hardly believe my own  eyes when I stepped on the scales after taking six bottles of Tanlac and  found I had actually gained thirty-  five pounds in weight,"-said Joseph  Drouin, 2194 A, St. Denis St., Mon-  ttcal, who, for the. past twenty-six  years, has been" passenger conductor  on the Canadian Pacific Railway and  is well and favorably known along the  line of his run between Montreal and  Mount Lauricrs  For  years  Mother   Graves'  Worm  Exterminator has ranked as a reliable  worm preparation and it always main  tains its reputation.  [Wedding Gown For  The Summer Bride  ._ mmp m  CUTICURA  SOOTHES SKIN TROUBLES  Bathe with plenty of Cuticura Soap  and hot water to cleanse and 'purify. Dry lightly and apply Cuticura  Ointment to soothe and heal. - Cuticura Talcum soothes and cools the  skin and overcomes heavy perspiration. Delicate,delightful,distingud.  S*ai*25c. 0intm-������t2SaB>*156e. Talcum 25c. Sold  throughouttheDominion. CanadiahDepot:  Lpaautts. United, 344 St. P������sl St., W.. MeMtrewL  "Cutic������rA Soap sbe-vsa without ansa*  Rush For Homesteads  Information For Tourists  Canadian Pacific Railway Issue Directory of Hotel and Boarding  Houses.  The Canadian Pacific Railway have  "Before I started on this medicine ij recently issued a directory of Hotels  was in a bad way.     For years I'd had  and Boarding Houses in  Canada lo-  liftre>       tn-srft     sin rll . .       .. -*-.,. ,     ,       . ,  its lines.      This booklet  the    hotel  to take my meals    here,    there    and' .    .  everywhere aud, as the.result of this| c*tec alon-=  irregular eating, my internal machin-i gives  the names  of  ery got all out of working order. ^ I  lost all desire for food and what Httie  I ate would form gas and bloat me  up until I could hardly breathe. I  became so nervous I couldn't sleep  at all well at night and was often so  tired in the mornings I didn't care  whether I took my train out or not.  I fell off twenty-five pounds in weight  and became alarmed about my condition, for I had tried all sorts of medicine without getting any relief.  Y  "Then, one day I read a statement  in the paper which ^decided me to give  Tanlac -a thorough trial. Well, I  never would have believed any medicine could do a man so much good in  such a short time.: It,*quickly settled  my stomach and gave me such an appetite that I could eat three good  square meals a day and no longer have  any trouble with indigestion or gas  and I sleep so well; at night, even  when on the. road,, that I ,thii\k iti  would take a collision, tto wake me up.  I now turn-^the scales' at two hundred  and ten pounds, which is ten pounds  more than I ever weighed in my life  and feel better in every way than I  have for a very long time. Taniac  is the best medicine I ever tried."  Tanlac is sold by leading druggists  everywhere.  or  boarding house, proprietor, whether  American or European plan, number  of rooms, rate per day, rate per weeky,  and the distance from the station.  Information contained therein will  prove invaluable to the tourist. in  planning a trip. Y  Skeletons of  Warriors Found  Thought to be Soldiers of William the  Conqueror.  Fifteen skeltons have been discovered at Willingdon Hill, Eastbourne,  England, during excavations for road  widening. An iron dagger was also  ^ound.  , , It is thought that the-remains are  those' of 'warriors buried after the  Battle of Hastings in 1066. The  hill is situated near Pevcnsey Bay,  where William the Conqueror landed.  Twelve ycars ago, when similar discoveries were made, daggers were  found in ribs and spearheads in skulls.  Majority Filing on Lands Arc From  British Isles.  About one hundred and nine entries  for homesteads have been filed at the  Dominion Lands Office since May 1,  as a result of the throwing open by  the Dominion Lands Department of  areas which were formerly reserved  for returned soldiers, officials of the  department announced. The majority of homesteaders filing on these  new blocks of land are ^newcomers  from the British Isles, and are of an  industrious and energetic type.  - >.  T-fi  EPIDEMIC OF DYSENTERY  It affects many people more in winter than in summer-���������in the one case  it is due to improper eating���������in the  other to congestion excited by cold.  A small dose of good old Nerviline repeated a couple of times usually removes the trouble very promptly. If  there is pain, relief i3 almost immediate. For cramps, eolte, stomach pains  and the like. Nerviline ia sweetened water is certainly a wonder, 35c at  all dealers.  1if%ki^^kmi^-\9~i-^  ^���������^JIJfcJBU* ��������� mWJm\jK^Jmm~r'mmJ'L  tfj-*   e,"  By Marie Belmont  Beautiful lace is combined with exquisite white meteor in this attractive  wedding gown. It is designed with  a panel of the meteor in the front and  back. The corsage with its wide  draped sleeves is made of the lace.  The sides are also cut from the lace  and elaborated with irregularly cut  cascade panels that give a pretty  flare to the gown. A girdle of satin  heavily beaded modifies the side bouf-  fancy, while small handmade flowers  join the panels on the shoulders. The  veil of white tulle is held in place by a  spray of orange blossoms and white  roses.  ^0;z^i\^^^z-.&^^^p  J?J.-ir-'i?i   -'���������'?..������������������ -'<���������-<?:-rA-s:Li~ ; :  i-t-r?���������??.;. i^ij  ���������...m.0.������-...--~-'~.'.l ���������'���������*���������    -;������������������-������������������, *������������������S   -���������.:   .-   ���������;���������-,*- .R���������,^-L^^ ^JAZ-m^f.  -iJS..PAiZ  ~        ~T;- ���������*.  \\*S ffa!  imiliw  :^-;_-^_-*^SMWt<**^^7-Q'ROi*^  SENDHAMB  \ANBMMIBS&\  lOBSs-asv  gntcnauEAsr  /���������zwssrrreB  HBAI3H"  yPm<p^^ZxZApAp^  Closed Season For Beaver.  In order to give thc utmost protection to beavers in the province,- a bill  has been passed by the Manitoba  Legislature whereby no beaver may  be killed in this province north of the  53rd parallel after May 1, 1921, until  November 1, 1925..  WOMEN OF  MIDDLE AGE  mmtmm*0,m������mmt, *��������� ���������������������������������������������������������.  May Pass the Critical Period Safely  and  Comfortably  by  Taking  Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable  Compound.  Regina, Saslc���������' ��������� I was going through  Change of Lifo and suffered for two  yearswith headache,  nervpuaness, sleepless nights and general weakness. Soma  days I felt tired and  unfit to do my work.  I gave Lydia E.  Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a  trial and found good  results, and I also  find it a very helpful  I Spring tonic and use-    l.ful for constipation  irom which I -fuffer much. I have recommended Vegetable Compound to several friends, and am willing you should  ivublish thio."*���������Mrs. Martha W. Lindsay, 810 Robinson St., Regina, Sask.  If you have warning symptoms such  a.* ft oonsa of suffocation, hot flashes,  headaches, backache, dread of impend-*  in  pi  ihe eyes, irregularities, constipation,  variable appetite, weakness, fnouiet-  udte. and dimness, get a bottle of Lydia  H), Pinkham'N Vegetable Compound and  begin talcing the medicine at once. We  know It will h*lj������ you aa it did Mra.  Lindsay.  WHEN BABY IS ILL  When the.baby is ill; when he cries  a great deal and no amount of attention or petting makes him happy,  Baby's Own Tablets should be given  him without delay. The Tablets are  a mild but thorough laxative which  regulate the bowels and sweeten fhe  stomach and thus drive out constipation and indigestion; break up colds  and simple fevers and make teething  easy. Concerning them Mrs. Desire  Thebcrgc, Trois Pistol9,.Que., writes:  "I am well satisfied with my use of  Baby's Own Tablets. I have found  them of great benefit to my baby  when he was suffering from constipa1  tion and I can strongly recommend  them to other mothers." The Tablets "are sold by all medicine dealers  or. by mall-at 25 cents a box, from  The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  Demonstrated. '  In one way it would be a pity to  deny the-privilege of free speech-to  the local disciples of Lenine'and Trotsky. The more they are listened to  the more they make it plain that no  plan of social reconstruction could  conceivably be a success, if it depended upon them for its carrying  out.-���������Toronto Telegram.  Looking For a Bite.  Tramp.���������-Can you assist me along  the road, mum?" *  Lady.-���������-Personally I cannot, but T  can unchain the dog and I know he  j will be pleased to do so.  Belgian Consul For Alberta.  Appointment of EE. Milton Martin  as Belgian consul for the whole of  Alberta has bcen made, according to  official information received here from  the Belgian consul-general at Ottawa,  The order has been signed by the  King of the Belgians and sent forward to the ambassador in London  for King George to endorse.  Silenced the Keekler.  Hecklers do not get much change  out of the Right Hon. Sir L. Worth-  ington-Evans, the new British secretary for war.  s While addressing an election meeting, a woman, who appeared to be  highly incensed at something he had  said, shouted out, "If you were my  husband I'd give you poison."  ��������� "Madam," replied Sir Laming, "if  you were my wife I'd take it."  POSSIBLY YOUItOWN WIFE  She may not look so young, and  pretty as she used to. If her cheeks  are hollow and pale, if'she is tired and  nervous, her system needs a good  regulating with Dr. Hamilton's Pills,  a real medicine that is noted for restoring the bloom of health to sickly  girls and women. Dr. Hamilton's  Pills tone up the entire system. Complexion quickly becomes rosy, spirits  rise, strength increases daily. Health,  vigor and good looks will soon return  to a faded woman, if. she uses Dr.  Hamilton's Pills. Sold everywhere,  25c per box, or from the CatarrhoSone  Co., Montreal.  The- patriotic man is loyal to his  country and to the community in  which he lives. If he Is consistent  he will give first preference to Caua^  dian made goods when making purchases. He will also stand loyally  by his local dealer.  Ready-made Medicine,���������You need  no physician for ordinary ills when  you have at hand a bottle of Dr.  Thomas' Eclcctric Oil. For coughs,  colds, sore throat, bronchial troubles,  it is invaluable, for scalds,. burns,  bruises, sprains it is unsurpassed,  while for cuts, sores and thc like It is  an-unquestionable healer. "It needs  no testimonial other than the use, and  that will satisfy anyone as to its effectiveness.  Miller's Worm Powders will purge  thc stomach and intestines of worms  so-effectively and so easily, and painlessly that the most-delicate stomach  will not feel any inconvenience from  their action. They recommend themselves to mothers as a preparation  that will restore strength and vigor  to their children and protect them  from the debilitating effects which result, from the depredations of worms.  Too ar* bov  ZEMIN*6'  vou  use Dc  Chase's Oint  ment for Eczema and Skin Irritations. Xt rellcTes at ones and gradually heals tb* skin. Sample 1>ox Dr.  Chase's Ointment ire* It you mention tbis  paper and send 2c. stamp for postage. 60c a  box j aU dealers or Bdmanson, B������tt* & Co.,  Xilixutcu, lOIOutO.  =s-������  MONEY ORDERS  Buy your out of tovrn supplies -with Dominion Express Money Orders. 7iv* dollars  costs  three cents.  CfYV&TQ     PERSONS  IT ^JrFmxILD      WANTING  Information on raising  S"VFI? RT KrW  ETefWITQ  -mm** mmm*     V.'JMA������'    46+4 Jmm~tmt A+m^ M**������~,        **������'... '%^ ~- ~~, tm-S K*  a^d how to get started  WRITE OR WIRE  The Canadian Fox Breeders'Associaiion  Box 254, Winnipeg, Canada.  Demand For Homesteads.  There has been a great increase in  homestead    entries    in the Dauphin  land district during the past twelve  months.  The ease with which corns and  warts can be removed by Holloway's  Corn Remover is its strongest recommendation.     It seldom fails;  China's coal supply, which is virtually untouched, is believed to be sufficient to supply the wants'of the human race, at thc present rate of consumption, for at least a thousand  years.  Papier mache wheels are to be fitted  to the trains on the Paris underground railway, to make them more  nearly noiseless.  WW v  Root Eonpotiiflg  SVttfUtmffitei}  old fry all -nuAtix.tst itai  oB r.e.Tpv oy-rtet^  ~tn~    patapRttT    Addraaai  .THI COOK MEDICINE COJ  neauacnes. oacKacrm, arena oi impending evil, timidity, Bounds in the cans,  palpitation of the heart, sparks before  W.   N.   U.   1371  Our slogan for the coming year  should be, "Buy at H|,ome." Add to  your own and your neighbor's pros?.  perity by keeping the money circulating in our own district.  It is a wise fish that can read* between the lines.  Quiddy  Relieves  Constipation  Don't let conttlpiUon poison your blood  ������nd curtiulyour enarev.  If yourllvar and boweU  don't work prop. I  u&ii-v.  Keep Minard's Liniment In the house*  EilttU Llvar  rill* today  itidMrott"5  froubl* ttfu - -  b~ rell<md. For  ippitlte, taadftoto  Catarrh  CiUrr'i ii a local disease crsatly influenced  ley     conAtih-tion.il1     condition*!. HAUL'S  CATATUUI MEDICINE is a Tonic and  Blood Purifier. By cleansinar tile blood iind  luildintr tipNtUe System; HALL'S CATARRH  MEDICINE restore* normal condition* and  allows Nnture to do it* work.  j All Drugg-Uti.     Circulars free.  V, J. Cheney * Co., Toledo, Ohio.  ���������    * ���������������-   -  ������  Spend your money at home, thereby helping your own town and local  merchants.  /^jry  BOOK ON  D00   felSEABKB  aad Maw to 9-~i  Uxiiu  rim* t������ uir  Addreu by ua  m^rygm  vmpr  Amtrlcft'a Pfoaetr  Dog SUmcdl-M  An Oil oj Merit.���������Dr. Thomas'  Eclectrie OU Is not a jumble of medicinal substances thrown together and  pushed by advertising, but the result  of the careful investigation of the  curative qualities of certain oils as applied to the human body. It is ft  rare combination and It won and kept  plibllc favor from the first A trial  of it will carry conviction to any who  doubt its power to repair and heal.  ASPIRIN  Only "Bayer" is Genuine  ^$mmM^!9wf9 m ^WLfMw TOW^W***^  Dim   lnull film  Patronize your local merchant and  thereby help to build up your h6me  town and community.  Minard's Liniment used by Physlctftus  Warningl Take no chances with  substitute* for genuine "Bayer Tab-  letes of Aspirin, Unless you see tho  name "Bayer" on package or on tablets you are not getting Aspirin at all.  In every Bftjrer package are direction*  for Colas, Headache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache, Lumbago and for Pain. Handy tin boxea  of twelve tablet* cost few cents.  Druggists also sell larger packages.  Made in Canada. Aspirin is the  trade mark (registered in Canada), of  Bayer Manufacture of Monoacetie-  acldeiter of SatleyUeaeML  I'i-     **m,f,t**4 ������ mma&xmmmmBmt  UAaWtt������HIR������HffBSHB*WaVraB������l!B  ���������wHN j ���������*fc<ifriai>i*>iWmfr nnn^iiwuhM-mfcii ||J  iw^wftwgw^iiaiHiMtnMiitMiWwrfc^  \ i     <*      **>������*-E    /  wi������i^wi������ww���������in-JMiiiMiifi ndist. nam  "*" r'Ytr'j irjrrryT  ^."^s **:������,.���������  IHE  CRE8TO-1S  REVIEW  and Personal  Wanted���������One-horse plow; hillside  preferred.    A. North, Sirdar.  For Saz.1���������������Cabbage plants, finest  of stock. Pochin (Canyon) Erickson,  P.O.  Corp. Smith is now permanently in  charge of the local R.O.M.P. barracks.  He arrived on Thursday last from Taber Alta., accompanied by Mrs. Smith  and younger daughter. -  Formatdehy  Guaranteed full 40%  Standard.  Don't chance Potato  Scab  when a simple solution  of  Formaldehyde  will  assure you a good clean  crop of potatoes.  eattie-Qatway  Limited  Cow For Sale���������J ustfreshened. A.  Anderson, Victoria Ave.. Creston. -  Fob Sale���������Good saddle horse, will  drive double or single.- Enquire Reyiew Office.  Alex. Lidgate was a business visitor  at Nelson a couple of days the fore  part of the week.       , *  Mrs. R. McLeod left the latter part  of the week on a visit to her parents  at Kellogg, Idaho.  Hobsb Fob Sale���������Ranch horse,  1250 lbs., gentle and well broken. 'F,  J. Kling-ensmith, Erickson.  Fob Sale���������Half set of double work  harness, good as new, $25. H. F.  Wood. (Stace Smith  ranch), Creston.  Fob Sale���������Edison gramaphone.  horn machine, with 19 records, all in  good shape, $20. Enquire Review  Office.  Fob Sale���������320 acres known as Sub  Lot 54, on Arrow Creek, $10 per acre.  Apply to owner, W. K. Esling, Rossland. B.C.  Job Sale���������Cook stover $10; loom  heater. $5; sheet iron heater, $2; six-  week old chicks, 30c. each. Enquire  Rpwiew Office.  Fob Sale���������Eaton democrat, run  less than 80 miles. Cash price $50 Jess  than today's f.o.b. priee, Cieston. K.  A Dodd, Creston.  Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Cameron got  away on Monday on an extended holiday trip with friends-at Vancouver  and other coast points.  Mrs. Mead, who left on Tuesday for  Spokane, to attend the funeral of the  late Mrs. Piper, is spending a few day's  holidays with friends in that city.  For the third time in succession already this season Creston defeated  "Wynndel on Sunday afternoon, by a  free hitting score of 18 to 13.  m  THE1  m  r 1  has again been chosen for use of the  artists at the  For prices ancl terms for purchasing these magnificent  instruments call or write  QA4,' TP>  AKER ST.  NELSON,   B.C  price  Orchard Supplies  We  will have for sah  at the  lowest market  a complete line of Orchard Supplies, including  i  BERRY CRATES, made up and knocked dawn;  Apple Boxes, Pear Boxes. Peach Boxes. 4-Basket  Craies.  *"     ^m tm - J  We have also on order a shipment of APPLE  WRAPPING PAPER, best quality. The price on  this has not been set but we:expecl it to run around  15 cents per pound.  STAPLES FRUIT COMPANY, Ltd.  Distributors of all Orchard and Farm Products  The Jnne meeting of Creston Women's Institute is announced for Friday.  17th, the feature of whieh will be a  paper on a practical  topic  by Rey. H.  .........  Creston bast-ball team will be at  Yahk for a game with the Yahk aggregation, in consequence cf which  Creston will be without Sunday baseball this week.   *'  **x.  inspector DeLong of Vancouver was  here on Thursday, last, hearing the  reading of the different pupils who will  be writing at the ,High School examinations at Ores tori.  Fob Sale���������Tomato plants,-trans-  I planted. ������������������Ejwrliana," ths Banko-spec-  I ial strain; these plants,cannot be beat-  en.   Cabbage plants also for sale.     J.  W. Vahess, Greston. ,    ,  -l xi i      l\  F. Toews left on Snnday for Winnipeg, Man.,.where he expects to spend  the next couple of napnths at taxidermist work with his former employers  at the Manitoba capital. ".  Police magistrate Whimster of Fernie spent a couple of flays here the iat-  ter, part of the week^-Ahe*. guest of 'W.  K. Br������ wn. He was returning from a  holiday yisit in the Okanagan andNel-  son.  Oreston baseball team will, play its  second ont of town*' engagement on  Sunday at Yahk, at which point the  C.P.R. mill crewi is reported to hayo  developed un exceptionally fast aggregation of ball tossers.  The June meeting of Creston Board  of Trade is culled for Tuesday night,  but as this happens to be the feature  evening of the big six-day Chautauqua the. board ������>eeling has been withdrawn, and wilj.be oh.the 21st.  The omcial we-tt.be>-- report- for Mav  shows the 24th to have been the hott  est of the month, when 79 in the shade  was recorded.-while four days later the  coolest ���������'ouch r>f the month was esjser*-  ienced, the mercury getting down to  30 on tbe 28th. The May rainfall was  two Inches.  Miss Marion Swanson commenced  work on Monday as assistant at the  C.P.R. depot, the station having been  on .the one-man basis since the.,end of  December. As yet there Js no intimation as to whether further, extra help  will be giyen for the berry shinning,  season oVnot.  1^������������Q    tjl ���������-..*-.-X.m.1 ....  ji ut t.-. traity nt-i tat,  0���������0.x,x..* uu^piu.Hiweiiicvesuueii couect-  ed totalling less than $400. of which  $208 come from applicants for motor  licenses. $125 from poll tax collections,  .3..-.**     S-txrx    rxw-L .xr..0?.x ... X     X   . _~               . -S    ~  ....-jt uue oiuuocjuan, idu   WHS gOOu fo������-  $23. Amongst the expense items is  on^-for $39, being the bounties paid  on crows for May.  Mike Benninger, who was motored  to Cranbrook on Wednesday evening  of last week for an operation for appendicitus, successfully underwent the  operation and is making a, nice recovery.   The   trip, which   was- made  in  negotiated  T  :A00r.t-rx*rt V^.j  NEW PERFECTION  OIL STOVES  Touch a match to the burner, and tlie New Perfection  Oil Cook Stove in ready for use instantly. No fire to  build, no slow-generating Hatne to wait. for. The Long,  Blue Chimney burner gives yon an speedy a start as a  gas stove.    We havo in stock the  ���������2-Burner Perfection Oil Stoves  I-Burner Junior Stove  ~~~ Wicks for any of these Stoves   Ovens for 2- Burner Stoves  Miss Selma Anderson, who bus giy  en up hor position at the telephone  centra), left on Tuesday for Nelson,  where she Jr taking a course in the  business college in that city. Mrs.  Hopwood succeeds her at central.  .  The New Perfection does not blacken pots or pans. The Long, Blue  Chimney burner turns every drop of coal oil into choking heat���������������������������  none of it esoapem in smoke or soot or disagreeable odor. For ov������ry  cooking purpose there is always an abundance of steady, oh-an,  intense oooking heat directly against the utensil.  MAWSON   BROTHERS  Better Service General Merchants Lower Prices  \  The Rod & Gun Olnb dance on Dominion Day evening, July Jut,, will haye  the yery hesti^music''-obtainable'*; ''and  with catereiy Norris-supplying the  lunch ample guarantee is afforded that  the dance will be one, of tho best of thc  year. '' t .,',,'.  The Interrqediate nursing class had  a change of Instruction a^ tbe weekly  meeting on '.Thursday afternoon,, on  which occasion Mrs. Percy Boffey gave  the girls a /demonstration in candy  making. There was an attendance of  nine members. \  Mrs. W. *K. Brown, who has spent  the past five months with friends in  Georgia afiil other < southern Btat<������s  pnintH, returned to Oreston on Tuesday, accompanied by her nephew,  HfiroUl Dfylft, who accompanied her  on the trip,'; - ���������-.??-P ���������< " '���������  President Bevan of the Oreston*  Board of Ti������vde was ^'^vermot-e the  latter part,,'of the wccfc, attending H  get-together of the boards of trade af  KhhI KooWi.iy. the atWidanqe including notables from*other points.'triolt'uj--.  Ing J. Kingman. Victoria, president  of the uMMirlated   boards of tnideof  B.r.  Ladies1 Aid;- u������r&-  everything, in good -chape atj3{)eera^  Hall.for the s^rying_.o������ suppi^pa-^Sft.?.  tferia style frnni,5.30 to 7.30 Friday agd  Saturday evenings���������and for .tne^-|Sai^  ance of Chautauqua if the - patronage  warrants continuing..   ,  .The WomenVlhstitute had a banner turnout at their dance at the Stap-  les.Fruit Company warehouse at Erickson- on Friday. night at which the  gross intake was over $75. Altai: pay-  ing all expenses the ladies will haye' a  fairly satisfactory*- balance tn'-tm-n'ov-  er to the fall fair.  The stork had quite a busy time of  it in the Valley between the 18th and  23rd'.'of; May. .during which time he  brought five brand new arrivals���������'-three"  girls and two boys*���������and these account  for the total of newcomers for **'tlW,  month. There were no deaths during  May, and but one marriage.  As the berry shipping season will be  opening in a few days the attention of  shippers is called to the fact that no  express shipments will be accepted at  the Oreston depot after 12.46 town  time. This is the same closing hour as  prevailed last season, and; theYregu-  lation will be strictly enforced,*   -V  T. Trevelyan, who owns the old B|J  Bridge ranch along the K.V. west of  town, is the first to market strawberry  lew this season, with a half crate of  thorn' available on June 4th. The first*  picking of these shows a berry of unl-  foi-m"anil medium size and .splendid  flavor. Locally they are at present  retailing at 25c a pint cup.  Business was a hit slow at the local  provincial   police    headquarters  last  in 4 hours and 12 minajt-es,-which con  stitinteis airecordj&r "the run  between  - ��������� x. , ��������� .^.y-- --7- ?���������- betweeu  Oreaton and Oraabiopk;,':,J  -p--^;y>i30��������� ir-A-yZ '-"' '���������*"* -1'**5  Vlfels flpreclally ^esir^d that alfmem-  berSjOfiMie^Rod AGiin'Club be out for  the June meeting at,Hthe G.W.V.A.  rooms on Thursday .night, June -j|6th,  afc which Yreconamen(iaJions, will., be .  drafted for submission to thet, -ganfe  conservation- board. As_,jbhat body  will very shortly be_ drafting the regulations for the 1921 shooting season it  is important that speedy action be  taken.  The June crop statement by the  Dominion department of agriculture  is just to hand. For Creston the bulletin Btates that the early and fall apples will bo IB per cetit. lighter than last  year, but the winter Varieties will be  25 per cent, heavier, though Grayen-  steins and Wealthys will be light.  Pears are to show a 15 per cent, in^  crease, and sweet cherries a 10 per  cent, gain, with the spur cherries and  plums much the same as last season.  Strawberries and raspberries will show  a 10 per cent, increase, but cuvrants  and gooseberries will not exceed the  1020 output.  REPRESENTATIVE WANTED  Strong Canadian company with wide  Biitish and U.S. connections desires to*  get in touch with local men familiar  with surrounding 1 farm districts, wlvpY  can list farms for sale, correspond with  prospective purchasers* close sales, locate outsiders on   farms, and under-:  take general ini migration' work-* Splen-.  did connection for man of good stnnd-  ing only.      Oorresnonderice cohfidleni-  tliu.      Make immediate application to  "Canadian Manager,"    P.O." Box 309,':  Toronto, Ont.  We have made Jan-ail^ments to take  care of an increa^ecj alfrt^unt of Livery  work during Gha^t^udiua ,: week, but  would suggest that^ycil^v .order your ~~-  early eaeh day.  car  '*}**  CRESTON SERVICE GARAGE  s i r-m a t" is* ex ���������cj/"** o  -m.-J-wMTIz *->n%-r-9t  PHONE BI  m4*tt44mmt*mW4*fttim  ���������������������������H


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