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 -t>i.  )/  r    z  "  -,*���������'--.-*.  IKW  V   w  Vol.  XIV.  CRESTQJS, B. &,; ������P&DAY,   MAY 19, 1922  No. 15  Amateur Night  Pleases Crowd  "The biggest, and best dollar's worth  of local-talent entertainment ever put  on in Creston" is the' unanimous  decision of the overflow crowd that  filled the Grand Theatre on Tuesday  night for the baseball club's benefit  concert.  The first part of tbe programme was  a contest open to 8II ambitious entertainers, and" in the field of eight  contestants there was a grestt yariety  of quality entertainment, with the  first prize award going to R. S. Bevan's  negro Variety show into which worked  some camp meeting stuff with Mr.  Bevan excelling as chief exhorter;  three cake-walk couples, and a corned-  ian of ability both as a jokesmixh as  well as singer and dancer. The entire  company were in blackface and  elaborately costumed for the turn*  Most popular .with the crowd was  "Nobody's Darling." -a duett done in  costume that eminently befitted the  artists. Messrs. Kimberley and Walter  Leong, whose singing and acting made  a.tremendous hit. "Jimmy Loch hep-ad  did most everything with the lariat  except rope a. Texas longhorn and all  the features of his act were well  recived. white BUI Long's song in  costume, ���������*Pulimanv-Porter Blues" was  quite a deeded favorite, along with  Bill Truscottfs made in-Greston topical  poem, which the author himself put  over in characteristic fashion.    B. G.  A. Hockley contributed a patriotic  reading, "Rule Brittnnia." but owing  to its excessive length his reception  was none too kindly. "Jock" Osborne  was quite a favorite in his solo number "On the Road to Happiness."  The baseball clubfa contribution to  this part of the programme was a  singing andPathletic;;number entijfcl^d,.  ���������4i^/Pid������^*d.^niId&^^ji'n'whle^ the  dozen, participants piled themselves  up in various formations of two. three  and four stories, with various acrobatic trimmings on some of the occasions  that revealed a wealth of athletic  ability that few believed existed in the  community. Those having a hand in  this feature ywere Messrs. Bleumnauer,  Joe and Art Atkinson. Geo, Downes,  Osborne, Bill and Percy Truscott.  Kimberley,. Spencer, Wail tei* Long ynd  B. Taylor. With A. R. Spencer as  soloist and the other members of the  troupe doing; the chorus work the  company did a number from "'Pinafore" revamped to n bnsebsri] setti ng  bimfc demonstrated that the "Builders"  Were almost aa vocally expert jus they  were at athletics.  The second part of the programme  was almost as enjoyable. MesdarneB  Lister and Foreman and Mr, Chorlton  (violin, piano and 1cello) had two  pleasing trio numbers. A. B. Spencer's boIo, "Asleep in the Dt������ep," whs  enthuslaticalEy     received,    and    the  "Bachelor Gav," from "The   Maid   of  tr  the Mountains." put on under the  direction of Mrs. Garland, witb L.  Kyle in the title role, and supported  by a girls* chorus of sis, well deserved  the encore demanded. _  In addition to playing in ,t!he trios  with Mrs. Lister and Mrs. Foreman,  Mr. Chorltctn gave as his^-erintribution  to the programme two selections,  *������The Perfect Melody" and a selection  played from memory Mr. "Chorlton  more than sustained his reputation as  an accomplished musician and has  never been heard In "Oreston to better  advantage. This will possibly be liis  last"appearance on the Creston stage  for some time and,   while his except-  ;.._..������ .-t--vt4.  - ..     .     . _5_s-.~     ���������.in    *���������������-  ........ Xm-jAxtt tf       oo     xx       ukuDlCinu       nui      tux.  niissed -atevery musical entertainment,  jevi-vycm** in the district will wish him  success in Cranbrook, to which city he  expects to-go in the near future. As  a 'cellist Mr. Chorlton has" few equals  in Western Canada and with his ability shonid be in a city where his entire  time can be . devoted to music.  Throughout the evening Creston band  furnished four numbers in finished  style.  While ,allx taking part are entitled to full credit for the success of  the evening, special mention is due  Mrs. Foreman who presided at the  piano in her accomplished and happy  fashion for weavly .all the musical  numbers���������both on Tuesday night as  well as numerous rehearsals, B. B.  Staples, the concert director, is in like  manner to be congratulated, while the  gentlemen who constituted the  ���������'Pyramid Builders" did much to make  the evening the big success it was���������  not only in their concert ������������������turn," but  in taking care on the hundred and one  details that crop up in putting on a  concert of this sort.  New System for  Forest Protection  Following last weej^sannbuncement  that James Jory oO&ister would be  the forestry department fire patrol in  Creston Valley thisy~.iT- and that the  position, off watchmq^ on Goat Mountain and patrol on the west side o  Kootenay Kiver hs^d ibeen done away  with, comes word that for thissea>son  fire fighting effort locally   would   be  4.*jU.^S.^    ���������rx: 0.   0 .x S��������� -x���������    ���������0.0������������������.    i . ��������� -      tx~���������    ���������.     ���������..A.���������.���������     rx ~l  xixa~o jicar leaiwcii vatc v~    tjjr a. t<yo������riii v.,~  honorary fire \ wardens one of which  would be located at_ythe different centres in the area bettre.en Kuskanook  and Sirdar, aii 'of nrnoru wouid work  under instructions-from Mr= Jory, except in cases of emergency .'when they  are empowered to Operate independently.        'J ZfP  The   honorary   p^^-almen   selected  are: Frank PutnanjfY Erickson; *������Dad'9  tenor -who has won high praise  wherever he lias been heard. A  feature to this programme that  all will appreciate will be the ex-  ylo phone solos by MissWilloughy  who also bears an excellent reputation ,as a trap drummer as well.  Perhaps the most novel ums-_  real feature will be Parneli, who  has justly earned the sobriquet  of "the one man band." Old and  young alike will be amused  and entertained fco, among other  , things, see and hear him play his  accordeon piano, snare and big  drums, triangle and cymbals all  at the one time.  m  ���������<-���������  x~.~0-.mx  x-iixatjtjktaa  rXSmmrn.  Xmityi ,  :in*-.;*sr  "U"������->t^������i   ~-~~.*m-~ i j8  imisior  Orchard planting is nearly completed here for this year. Fiye acre tracts'  having been planted out on the following tanches. L. Lowes, A. Mitchell,  J. Sell, G. Ch'irlessin. K. Ohi-i^te-iasen,  Fred Weston, John Davis, B. Barn-  hard, J. Bird, William8 Bros., J.  Noble. F. Powers, H. Wright, and B.  T.Milnef. ���������*.-;������������������ ���������:.*:.*        .  A number, pf the settlers are now  employed nt the Continental mine  property at Porthiil.' They are Jos.  McGi-e. Chvistehpen Bros., J. Filuier,  J. Johnston, ahd H, "Vernon.  Hoe ticriltu il at Twigg is busy pleating out the experimental farm. Lands  which have been standing in clover  for the past two years have been  -plowed in and various kinds of root  crops ahd fruit bushes are being planted.    * . ���������- ���������  West Creston; Capt^Bowbury;-Lister;  and N. Winlaw, Wvnndel,'these men.  along with Mr. ~-Jfirv, having been  chosen after a. careful jook over all  the material ayatlgble, They haye  heen empowered w> recruit a corps of  fire    fighters    immediately,    so   that  ^'hs.. C?l-!!~d " "**-5* * *i*ifs t"32T������������    m������5U hg tt i������at  in getting at work' ������rra a fire. Honor  arary patrols and their crews will receive pay only when on duty, and  each corps will be given ample equipment and amongst the crew will-be at  least one man _ablel-tb take charge of a  cook camp if necessary.  The new system  of fire fighting- has  been instituted largely   at Che instigation of Hon. T. J>. Patulto. minister  of   lands,   who    has   authorized   the j  change following  his last year's -visit |  to Norway   and   Sweden,   where' he  found the. system in vogu. and work  ing* so successfully that the fire loss to  standing timber m';that- country had  :be^^t^me^^td^m^mw^^^~.-  thanks to" the -very -hearty*Vcoroper-  ation of the citizenship of those^CoMn-  tries -who had been- educated - apps-eci-  ate what ah immense, asset they have  in the forests.  Mms  ~  A������JeV ���������. **-t*.  year's-  aramatio onering  Hr'rtmv-.-trtJrx*-.      tT*-t-m- - SS  sterling English comedy that  will keep yon laughing throughout its entire length, presented  by such a refined and talented  east as the seven members of the  ~0~.-3  JLtHSSSSJL  Ttir~.j , i ;������.��������� ^.  XTJ.O WWytJSit-tG-lS  f*   -ImJUSJtt ^tSSlty v  J. Little,' sawyer at  sawmill left last week  the settlement  to 4take   up   a  Musical Program  Should Please AH  position at the new mill at Nakusp.  mmm  GRAND THEATRE  CRESTON  Sat.  .  p  Seventh Annual Spring Performance  PLAYERS CLUB of the University of British Columbia  * f  PRESENTING  '  i* '  Pirn Passes  A SPARKLING COMEDY in ThrsB Acts  Proaentcd Hinder the auspicea o! the Women1e Iuatituto.  RESERVED SEATS    :   75 CENTS  Vancouver Bun: -The "Players* Club1* &ave an excellent presentation  nt tho Avenue.    The  production   hns  a   finish   and  PreahneBR that rivalled prochicticvniH of travelling oompanlon,  and thoro was nofc a weak membftr of the cast.  Music of equal quantity but oi  better quality and in even greater variety than the excellent offerings of last year will he in evi-'  dence- in the big * six-day 192^  Chautauqua programmes that  open in Creston on Thursday,  June 15th.  For the opening day a decided  novelty will be offered in the- All  Sisters Saxa phone? Qtfartette.  The ladies will give a varied list  of solos, duetts/ etc?., on these instruments, as well as using them  to Accompany tho vocal solo  numbers by members of. the organization, the ladies being vocalists of merit in addition to being able to handle the other instruments they carry. Andy by  way of additional variety they  will also favor with literary  numbers of a high order.  For the second day it is a  pleasure bo be able to announce  that Adanao Male Quartette,  headed by tbe well known Canadian basso, Rufchven McDonald,  will furnish the musical feature.  An equally ontstanding member  of the quartette is Albert Down  ing, tho tenory who is (regularly  on the staff of the Aeolian organization^ in the making of tenor  solo gramaphono records, while  tho other half of the organization  are also vocalists of almost equal  merit.  For tho third day tho offering  is even better than the Saturday  performance of a year afto when  Lieuranoe'a orchestra, aided by  Smithoy, tho baritone, created  * suoh a splendid impression. This  year we will he favored with tho  Eslcr Will-ouch b27 or-eh���������*?.-?trm -of  eight /piocoB, along with whom  will   be Feuwiolc Newell, a. lyric  This comedy  is of a thoroughly  liakble build and cannot fail   to '  entertain    tha    youngsters  and  grownups alike.  For the closing night this year  patrons wiii have submitted .  them two hours of mirth and the  newest in magic, by Davis, the  magician, who amongst a whole  bag c? tricks hatches a live chicken from a two inch chicken pan,  and shows how easy it is to transform, a. handkerchief into any  ahid all the flags of the Allied  Nations.  **. .  These are same of the features  that help make up the six-day  afternoon- arid-evening entertainment, in adidit|pii_,td^which are  the splendid lot of  lecturers who  Players9 Club t������  Present Comedy  On Saturday, May 27th, local theatre goers are to have the pleasure of  witnessing the first and the beat  theatrical offering in the appearance  here at the Grand of the B.C. Umvers  ity Players' Club, who are putting on  the sparkling and original comedy,  "Mr. Pim Passes By." under the auspices of Creston Women's Institute,  at the popular prints of 75 and -SO cents-  ���������tbe former price heing for reserved  seats.  The plot of the  play  is   briefly  as*  follows: Mr. Carraway Pirn, a dodder.  ing old  gentleman with a quayer in  his voice  and several quavers  in   bis  memory, drops from  tbe blue into the  serene and well-regulated household of  George Marden.  Bsq., Justice of the  Peace.   His wife, Giivia. is a charming  womau   whose  first   marriage   (to   a  drunken swindler who died some six  years before in Australia) was a nightmare she is trying   to   forget  in   her  present happiness.   Mr. Pino, arriving  from Australia, is ehtertained by Dinah* Mar-den's - irresponsible  and   irrepressible neice and ward, who chatters  vtjry exigaKingriy  io  ibe visitor about -  many   things,    including  her  aunt's  previous marriage, and her own affair  with a   young artist,   futurist  ideas  about art find small favour  with her  orthodox uncle.     Xater, having met  the Marden a,  Mr. Pint, in  the course  of conversation, casually mentions s~  fellow-passenger  from Australia,   by  the unusual name of Te!worthy, from  which Olivia gathers that her first hue*  band, the drunken swindler aforesaid  is still alive.    Having   shot   his   bolt,  the amiable old gentlemen drifts away,  serenely unconscious of the consternation he leaves in his wake.  will deal  with .many important  topics���������with     'lectures ^or1** the  0txL-0���������~. Z~x   _I_.?_I_      *!_* >'*"��������� ~-     _^' 1   -t'-?0.     -   ftrtvEnA- ������������,r������������*ina>.'hiin������ C-tkn xxa.mtrxm.'hr'tvt.t'miiliimv  those in which  humbi\ a~nd logic  are dispensed in eguahparta *  - y   ���������*-',->---'      -^-ss      j,"     "--���������������'- .'���������r'S  ^Fop'fchis*oiid" .^veek_jbf .enter-,  -taihnient &nd education - an; ad4  rriSafii^ ������f hyt^ for   the   wJiele,,  elev:en,r programmes   ���������" will     be'  charged���������^provided "you   buy   a  season ticket admitting to all the;  features.    Including  amusement  tax this works out  at 30 cents a"  performance���������ppstively   the big  gest bargain of any sort that has  ever been offered you.    Date and  places at which   tickets  may   be!  had will be announced shortly.  Things are more than active at the  Landing, with two work trains hauling ballast for the big fill fit that  point. Conductors Briggs and Motr  are in charge of the trains. Matt.  Newlan Is fn charge of quite a large  gang in charge of the uuloading uper-  ations.  Mr. "Wilson of the Wilsou granite  quarry shipped a three-Ion piece of  rock to Creston last week. This is the  last stone required, so that unyciling  ceremonies should take place soon.  The many friends of section foreman John Tolcrtco are glad to boo him  back at work again, after his long and  almost fatal illness.  Mrs. Wilson and one of the children  have Lteten laid up the past week with  ralhoc severe- colds, but are now  around again almost us well as usual.  Bob Dobbin waa a wcek-ondL.v!uitor  with Sirdar friends, returning on Monday to the ninth.  Thii school pupMs realized 812 from  thi**- wale of i$a vt-aain on Saturday lu������t.  nnd the full amount hub been donated  to the annual picnic fund.  Oitrrlen-lnp; i������ tho ordmr of fchn* day in  ���������Sirdar and from the amount of green  utulf coming up the uupply will bc  quite plentiful in all lines.  Geo. Cam was a visitor at Ills ranch  at Taghim n. few clays thc foro part of  tho month,   putting   in   some   spring  crop.    Geo. Gam, Jr., Eh here from the  prairie for n. short holiday yloit with  lilta parents.  Mr. Jaeger of Crows neat in- la chatK������  thing appH������^ibgiybe_si^pd^1^TOeh  and his aunt, J^dy^is'Jij^tak^.tuS^KJ&r"  iiioi. that the mat^age jnusfcJbe njulla-  IS&S. to propitiate the wrath of HeaVen,  and, which is more, the" opinion of the  -0,0m..*-t-m.m.       jT|K~?������s     i-.-^inzZ���������t-  =~~~K*s.0'imr :s?:ir_  mayed at this resurrection of her first  impossible husband, yet plays ironically with the situation, with a half-  puzzled. Half-tender amusement at the  torments Of George's law-abiding coul.  Mr. Pirn, i-eappearlng, now reveals  what puts an altogether different complex ton on the whole affair, andU incidentally, delivers Marden into his  wife's clever hands. The rest of the  play shows some amusing adjustments  brought about through the clever tao  tics of Olivia.  off the station heie during the absence  of Agent Goodman at Tacoma.  T. M. -Goodman left the fore part of  the month on a holiday trip to Ta-  comu, but is due back almost any day  now.  The ladies* sewing circle is getting  along fine, and expects to have an  abundance of fancy and useful things  to offer at their sale of work, which  wilt be held early in June.  Between the work train crew and  other extra men employed. Sirdar hns  quite a considerable payroll this  month. -  Bob Leonard of Cranbrook is bn the  yard crew nt present,, Jack Cameron  being in charge and Cam and Leonard  constituting crew.  Supt. Fletfc, along with Messrs.  ItobEnaon and Walker were here last  week, making an olnflcial inspection of  thc work at the landing.  There will be evening Church of  Knglund aorriee in the schoolhouse on  Sunday at 7.30 o'clock, to which all are  invited.  Tho pupils of Sirdar school organ*  itcecl a campaign and were successful  in- raising $5S.25 which has been  donated toward tho purcho&o of ft  bronze wreath, whiuh will decorate  tho top of tho soldiers* memorial at  Creaton. which ia to be unveiled  shortly. The children greatly appreciate the ready support of thc perman-  onh r������������et������loril-������ !������������������������������������������������ weYt a-i tin*** ti-M In men,  bridge crew, extra bridge crew, and  other C.P.R-  officiate, and employees.. L-ord Lister's discovery of antiseptic sua gety has saved tho  wo! ki a Jot ot li\es, but it has  been. Lei'i lo Zam-Buk to bring  inio millions of homes the full  benefits of antiseptic healing.  Zam-BnTk is the greatest antiseptic  healei this \\.03ld has e*.������?i known.  Hehig of a naimal vegetable, origin  Zam-B'-k haidistt.ictand positive ad vantages oneroid *style^ijineral ointments  /Cam Buk is a compact and highly- ,  refined herbal baini w.th au antjseptic  power inanv times gieater than that  of any ordinal, y sahe or ointment.  >Cai>i-Biih. hilis and excludes disease  gei ms, and instantly allays pain and  irritaiion. lt fitst cleanses a sore place  ���������and iben grows over it new healthy skin.  As a~!i^st a,d diesMiig for injuries, and  {or looting-otu sue!) tionbles as eczema,  Bttceis, ringworm, abscesses, poisoned'  -wounds and pdes, Zam-Bnk is used tho  woald over. It has the high endorsement oi Dr. Andrew Wilson and other  well k now n doctors, surgeons and nurses,  COc. box, *. for 9-1.'25. all dealers.  Wrf������zz&^&*z&^  surely the virtue of simple kiadlinesa  3s at lease partly responsible,  When Ralph was a small boy, som������-  one who sympathized with, him in hla  taste for "Muggy" things gave him an  illustrated hook> of '"''Travels in -th-e  Wilds of-North'-"America." One picture In it haunted my dreams for  years; !t showed a man running the  gauntlet between .two rows, of savage:  looking Indians. I was now, after all  these years, -the Interested spectator  o������ a similar scene, minus the Indians.  As I stepped otf the train ,a uniformed seraph took my hag with.  "This way, lady; the gent's Just out-  side," and I followed him across the  platform. I wish I had a photograph  of the sight that met my eyes as I  entered the door of the station. From  one side of the rotunda to the other  I CANADA    BY   ELINOR   MARSDENT   EIYOT  Published  by   Special   Arrangement  -ivl-il-.   iV)A  jieiflior  CCon.tin.ued)  JL  Winnipeg,..  ' June 4th, 19���������  When   Mr.   Arnold   came  home  for'  luncheon to-day he suggested that we  should all go out oa the river for .the  afternoon.      We  went.      And the result   is   that   my   face   and   arms  are  burned to a blister.      I am sure that  Canadian sunburn is worse  than the  English variety.     .Fortunately for the  continuation  of my  diary,   I   am   not  fit to  be' seen,   so  under   a half-inch  layer of cold  cream I have gone into  retreat for the evening.  I am greatly tempted io describe  my adventures in the Pullman sleeping-car, but, according to Mary, that  Is forbidden ground.  Our train pulled into Winnipeg on  the morning- of Tuesday, May 31st.  The negro porter was at hand to  brush rny coat and ..to gather up the  various belongings without -which no  English woman can travel. I do not  like to think that the courtesy ahd  eonsideration shown to a lone" woman  on The Canadian Pacific Railway is entirely    due     to    a fondness  for tips;  stretched two rows of people, and  between these two rows the incoming  passengers ran the gauntlet in the  most approved fashion, until they  ������ were recognized hy onlookers. The  whole distance is probably two hundred feet or less, but it seemed to me  to be at least a mile, ahd I was more  than glad to find the Arnolds waiting  for me at the door. I had felt sure  that Mr. Arnold would meet me, but  imagine my joy when I saw not only  him but Mrs. Arnold and Mary. I  may also admit that I was 'glad to  turn my luggage checks over to Mr.  Arnold. Men are useful when all ia  said and done. "   -  In a few minutes we were in a taxi-  cab and whirling along Main Street on  our way to the Arnold home. I had  always understood that ' American  cities were laid out strictly according  to rule, but it appears that Winnipeg's main thoroughfare was surveyed  by a calf ������ The legend is that in the  early days, before .Winnipeg was, a  calf strayed from the settlement in  Kildonan and made its-way to Fort  Garry���������Winnipeg is built on the site  of the old fort; the owner followed it  on horseback; next day another man  in his Red River cart took the same  trail. . And in this way Main Street,  Winnipeg, was duly opened, Without  the assistance of such modern inconveniences as civil engineers, compasses, tape-lines, and transits. It  is probably unnecessary to add that  calves "do ' not, as-a rule, wander in a  straight line, and, as it has not been  considered essential to the welfare of  the city to make a change,- Main  Street remains as crooked as on the  day the innocent calf broke the trail.  It goes against the grain to admit it,  but in honesty I have to record that  some prosaic  people  assert that  the  old    road   followed    the bends in the  notoriously crooked Red Riyer.       .������������  The Arnolds have a pretty home in  the residential district known as Fort  Rouge���������this is south of the Assini-  boine River. To make my diary comprehensible to posterity, I shall insert  here & map of Winnipeg and its surroundings. ��������� I copied tlie outline of  the rivers and of Main Street and  Portage Avenup from a wonderfully  well-informed little production known  as "Waghorn's Guide." I hope ro  one will conclude that Winnipeg has  but two streets���������there are. millions of  them: I have;been trying to find some  "Wilmington people���������but an elaborate  map is beyond my skill.  "limit  lfm So Tired  Fatigue is the resull of poisons  in the blood. So when tlie kidneys fail to purify the blood one  off die first indications is unusual  r-tnd p-rrsistrnt tired feelings and  paans. It. the back.  Neglected kidney troubles lead  to year? of suffering from rheumatism or develop into sued fatal  ailments as Bright's disease.  Tbc kidney action u promptly  corrected by use of Dr. Chase's  Kidney-Liver Pills ��������� tbe best  known regulator of kidneys, liver  and bowela.  Mrs,   Jin-Sun   Ireland,   R.R.   No.  \2, King, Ont,,  writes:  "I wa* n great ������i<F������**rer tram *<ve������e  he*;-irlachet nemrll hilieoure spicll*. I tried Hi  muml-wr tii remedim without obtaining  any l������r*nrfii until 1 was ac!*v i*r������3 lo uee  Dr. Cham-'* KWnecy-Livrr PilN. Thens  cnmp1<e*lcly relieved me *nd made wve  IctX like ������ nr-.-w ;p������rron, 1 *������n vetry  gi/Aitcfeil lii. "Df, CZli.tHp- jf.-r-.iyi.unet .''Jl'  what tbt-y h������vi! tUitn. ior m*-, nnd yo-u  may iw������ my .r..,tr fYr die benefit *���������*_  nlbern."  Dr, Chase"** Kidney-I. .fver  Pill*, one pill <n dose, 25c a box,  nff dealers or Edmonson, Bates Ik  Co.,  Ltd..,  Toronto.  CastoriaZ.-  ^flLU&ago Cfastor Oil,Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups were the remedies  In cemraoii use for Infants^ and Children; Castor Oil so nauseating as to be  almost impossible and the others all containing Qpimi in one form. or another,  but so disguised as to make them pleasant to the taste* yet really to stupify the  child and give the appearance of relief from pain.  It required years of research to find a purely vegetable combination that  would take the place of these disagreeable, unpleasant and vicious remedies that  .from habit had become almost universal. This was the inception of, and������fche reason  fors th������ introduction of Fletcher's Castoria, and for over 30 years it has proven its  worth, received the praise of Physicians everywhere and become a household word  among mothers** tf  A remedy ESPECIALLY prepared fo^ Infants and Children and no mother  would think of giving to her baby a^-emedy that she would use for herself  without consulting a physician.  (^ Hi id ran ory.ror  Have Ycm Tried It?  Everybody' iias read the above headline ; how many believe -it.r  Have you a little-one"^n. the home, and has that dearlittlemite  when its stomach was not just right felt the comforts that come with  the -use of Fletcher's Castotia? You have heard the cry of pais.  Have you heard them cry for Fletcher's Castoria ?   Try it.  Just help baby out of its troubletomorrow with a taste of Castoria. Watch the diafereuce in the tone of the cry, the look in the  eye, the wiggle in the tiny fingers. The transformation is complete���������  from pain to pleasure.    Try it.  You'll find a wonderful lot of information about Baby in the  booklet that is wrapped around every bottle of Fletcher's Castoria.  GENUINE   GASTORIA   ALWAYS  Bears the Signature of  Exact Copy of Wrapper.  TH.e  CENTAUR COMPANY, tfEWYORKCITY.  Auctioneering    and   estate management, chiropody, and   dentaL   surgery  are three professions in which good  prospects are said to eixst for women.  Corns cripple the feet and make  walking a torture,' yet sure relief In  the shape .of Holloway's Corn Remover is within reach of _all,  U.S. Factories in Canada  All the wasps of a nest are said to  die  in the    winter,    except    a    few  females, which hibernate in a hole or  under a stone. ���������������������������.������������������������������������"',:������������������  Branch       Establishments     .Represent  Papital of $400,000,000  According t-o . a recent statement  made by the President of the Canadian Manufacturers' Association, six  hundred United States factories now  have branch establishments in Canada  which represents a capital investment  of 400,000,000 and provides employment for 87,000 persons. Manufacturing In Gfraada" received a great im  petus during the' war and there ar*  now more than 2,000 varieties of articles manufactured In the Dominion  that were imported prior to 1914.  Use  aBS ^3   <\\^^S I  Sun Wind Dusi'YCinders  RECOMHENDEDje* SOLO". BY^OaUGaSTSVwOPTICIAHg,  WRITE FOR FREE EVE BOOK.'MURiME CO. CHlCAfi������ -.-���������  W.*     N",      eU.      UI9  Mary lias just been In to admire my  handiwork. She asked it it were a  l'Art NouveRU design for wall-paper or  nn impressionist rendering of the  Laocoon!  But to return to Fort Rouge. With  the mind nthlrst Tor information that  la "characteristic o~ the travelling Britisher, I asked where the name originated.  "This 3s supposed to be tho site of  one oi' X-a Ve rand rye's forts," replied  Mary.  I hojio Ihat my nompln.r.ent fac*������ hid  from her t.hc knowledge that for all I  knew f-a Vowmdrye .might, .he the  nam p. of a bnmd of face-powder. 1  took tho nrat opportunity to nsk Mr.  A mold" for enlightenment, but I think  it would ha a step in the right direc-  ilon if w������ were to mnko ourselves  familiar with the outlines <>9 Canadian  hlHtory hRfore we I wave l������Jn gland; we  Hlionlrt do bo If w-e were visiting any  otlu-r country, you know. |E do not  minn i*hri1 wn should Htndy Can nd Inn  li'f'-'ery ������.i'-*or*! T/lHltlrif; pny r*������rh*>r  noutnrry.j Mr, Arnold has given me  anri'Tiiii .rr,r,k������, on tht- mil>Jnct( and I in-  t-end 10 "mal<n .'OiuV if I have to Ioho  wl������enp io do It, Already my ftrlkJH'h  prfjindices hF-,si r-f:*r:*;iv<-d on������ (tevftre  M*tw "Willi tii*/! Icnowlcdgf) (hut FrurKM*-  wnH Itirwnly r^HporiHlbl-ft 1or Hip e������nr)y  dihv*r-lo|)fiir!*nr, of "UiitlHh"' Nortli  Am*-r\f:H.  (Tn ht*. f-critlrmt-rt)  A������t<   Tor   MirtJircl'i* nnd take no o*6hcr  Many  people   have   discovered  tKat 2  in.   1   Shoe  Polishes  are  good for other things than for shining shoes*    For example:-���������  2 In 1 BLACK���������Good for polishing motor cars; rtfinishing suitcases,  kodaks, black gloves, rubbers, hats, etc.  2 In. 1 WHITE���������cake or liquid���������Good for cleaning hats, stains in whit������  deleft* white kid gloves, outo tires, etc.  2 in t TAN PASTE���������Good for poliahtng furniture, hardwood floors, etc;  Pov iiie Best Itfot-'of-N.e'xi* Uses, for 2 in 1, Wo ar������^k&ardin& Cwah Prises as- Fctltv~99~.  1st award   $500.00-HfbT the most acceptable list      20 Prizes of $15^00���������for the next twenty  2nd   "        300.00���������for next best Mat SO    "    ������      5.00-rfbr the next fifty  50   'V '��������� VZ ���������  2,00-rfor the next fi%.  100    M    ������    r 1.00���������for the next 100 list*.  <4  l������  3rd    " 200.00-for third best list  10 frlres of   25,00���������for the next ten  Try to find new uses for any of the 2 In I Shoe Polishes, either black, tan, oxbiood, or brown  paste, white cake" or white liquid, btack or tan combination*  t Write on one side of paper only.   Llat uses according to colore.  Awards wilt be made according to decision of special committee,;  ���������nd payment made on or before October 1st, 1922,. AH ������������t������  aubmlttcd to become our jpropcrty.   Address:  Prixe Eclttor,  F.  i   ~  F. DALLEY COMPANY OF CANAfeA LIMITED/  HAMILTON, CANADA.  si  ���������?*i  I  -1 ZZ-  /  './.-  TBMs JBUffiVX&W* CH3ESTOX. B. <������  resi LiKe ne  Would: Have  Tn ftiiit Whrk  -. ���������    -w* -   -*^r ������*s am ������ ��������� : -v* u   ��������� **  J  -'? Winnipeg Citizen Says Tau-  ;    lac Built Him Up Fifteen  ;5'   Pounds And Put Him Back  ���������'"    In Finest Health���������On Job  Every Day Now.  ������cw rtSDiicny MetiiiBSu  "Before taking Tanlac, I always felt  ���������'tired and worn out,* but now. I don't  recall ever feeling better, and I have  ._. actually    gained    fifteen    pounds    iu  weight," said James Cheney, 816 Sargent Ave., Winnipeg, Man.  "Seven   years   ago   I   began   having  -;~ pains in nay  back, over my kidneys,  and    from    year    to year they grew  worse. ���������    Then,    some    time  ago my  - stomach began troubling me, I liad al-  "mos{:   no   appetite,   and   my   strength  :~ failed rapidly. I was_frightfully nervous, couldn't sleep! and finally got- so  weak and hurt so bad 1 felt I'd have  ���������-;, to--quit'work "entirely.-" '  "After taking everything I  thought  -could help me, J read a testimonial  of-Tanlac that fit my condition exact-  - ly.      Then" I bought a bottle - and be-  - gan to get better right oil.      Kow my  -troubles are gone and    I'm    in    fine  -shape. Tanlac has done it all and to  me it is the best medicine in ��������� the  Wbrld."  Tanlac is sold by all good druggists.  China's Railway Mileage  Has  Less  Than  7,000   IVIflas of   Rail- >  -ways AM Told j  With   a   population   of   nearly   400,- j  000,000 and an area of 3,913,000 square  -miles, China has less than 7,000 miles  --.of- railways all told, or about one-  thirtieth  the railway  mileage  of the  ���������  United  States  with   less     than    one-  third  the' population of China  and a j  -land and water area smaller by 300,-  000 square miles.  For the motor truck and the motor  tractor China is 'a virgin territory  holding out immeasurable possibilities of development.���������Prom  the  New  - fork Herald. *    <��������� " -  Address   on   Canada's" M-erirts   Transmitted.,by .Radio to U.S.  ,      '   r  y jboi ,the.- first time in history the  merits and attractions of Canada were  made known toY the-.public within a  radius of 250 miles of Omaha by radial telephone. "The occasion, was the  delivery of-"aii address-, to the Rotary  CIub~oF that city by 'Mr'Y.J. '"-"Bruce  Walker, Director of Publicity and Information Bureau, Department*of Immigration and Colonization, Winnipeg,  Canada. hlr. Walker's Address was  broadca_sted through Iowa, Nebraska  and Missouri, through the friendly  courtesy - of the proprietors of the  Omaha Daily News and it is estimated  that between 15,000 and 20,000 per-  sons heard his address through the  medium of radio. This marits a new  development in publicity for Western  Canada and in the means of promoting information and good will between |  Americans and Canadians.  HftOl&������  HEALTHY CHILDREN  ALWAYS SLEEP WELL  The health}- child sleeps well and  during its waking hours as never cross  but" -always happy and laughing. It is  only the sickly child thai is cross and,  peevish. Mothers if j-our children  do not sleep T*welh If they are cross and  cry a great deal,- give them Baby's  Own Tablets and thev will ,soon. be  well and happy again. The Tablets  are a' mild but thorough laxative  which regulate the bowels,, sweeten  the stomach, banish constipation,  colic and indigestion, ' and" promote  healthful sleep. They are absolutely  guaranteed free from opiates-and may  be _given to the new-born babe with  perfect safety. They,are sold by  medicine dealeis or by mail at. 25  cents a.* box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine  Co., Brockville, Ont.  An Oil"for AU M~h.���������The sailor, the  -soldier, the fisherman., the lumberman, the out-door laborer and all who  are exposed to injury and the elements will find in Dr. Thomas' Eclec-  -fcric Oil a true and faithful friend. To  ease pain, relieve colds, dress wounds,  subdue lumbago and overcome rheumatism, it Is excellent. Therefore, it  should have a place in all home medicines and be amongst those taken on  -*.* journey.  Vancouver* Port Growing/  The growth of Vancouver as*a sea-  Yport .cannot be better illustrated-than  |iby the* custom's returns 'for the .fiscal  yyear end&d JVEarich 31; 1922J ? The. to*  Ytal revenue collected was ���������$i2,S8t>,S7fc>.  Yan increase of.$3,400,000 oyer the.pre-  > ceding year.       yyy* ;Y\'.  -.���������'���������' Z, i  Tfiti 3rou ever notice what a lot  of friends you haven't got when you  happen to need them?  Lift Off with Fingers  %ix>  Time to Spend Money  Would Help to Give Country Fresh  - Productive Start  If we'all sit; down and do nothing,  and wait for others to help us. We  shall .not move far. "We must help  ourselves. . There must be a spirit of  enterprise"] a determination to hustle.  Under its influence the ranks of the  unemployed will soon be thinned and  the whole country- will enjoy a more  healthy and invigorating atmosphere.  The worst policy for us all to pursue  is to sit tight on. our money and thus  let stagnation 'continue. There are  times when spandSng moiiey boldly is  far'better than exaggerated thrift.  Spend it now and give -the whole  country a fresh productive sfart.  Don't talk about what you are-going  to do later on when times get better.  Do it now,.and*.times will get better.���������  Johann e sburg Tim es.  IiOndon Bridge, England, cost $10,-  -000,000, is 900 feet long and 54 feet  wide, with 100,080 persons passing  over it every 24 hours.,     ���������*.  WEAK HEART  Liverpool is now stated to be the  sootiest place in England, Hull and  Newcastle-upon-Tyne being _ second  and third.  The halibut catch at Prince Rupert,  { B.C.i  for tlieniohth of April totalled  MI?PT7B?C n A r-kf u eCff������**rnn*n?>������?wv j approximately 2.500,000 pounds  ri&i%?������d oiiifLl 5ilAi IftKftiJ  Marco Polo v was the first European traveller to speak of Japan,  and he "called ft-Oipangtf..  An Oil that is Prized Everywh-ere.���������  Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie Oil was put upon the market-, without any flourish  over fifty years ago. It was put up  to meet the wants of a small section,  but as soon as its merits became  known it had a whole continent for a,  field, and it is now known and prized  throughout this continent. There is  nothing equal to it.  Many a woman who should be  strong and healthy, full of life and  energy is bound by the shackles of ill-  health.  Some disease or constitutional disturbance has left Its mark in the form  of a weak heart, shattered nerves, impoverished blood and an exhausted  condition of the whole system.  Ia  MILBURN'S  HEART AND NEkVE PILLS  they will .find a remedy that will supply food for the exhausted nerves, one  that will strengthen and regulate the,  weak heart and invigorate the whole  system.  Mrs.. W. W. Pearse, 14 Seaton St.,  Toronto, Ont., writes:���������"I was left  with' a. weak heart and in a run down  condition from the "flu." My nerves  were badly shattered, and. I had such.  pains around my heart I could not  sleep much at "night.. I took several  doctors' medicines without getting any  better. My husband got me to try  | Miiburn's Heart and Nerve Pills, and  after I took one box I got relief,.and  after taking six boxes I have been well  and not  bothered since."    -  Price, 50c a box at all dealers, or  mailed direct on receipt of price by  The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto,  Ont.  lll/\ni nits nnpiin.in������n  -nviVLJL* jnRrrjuijiHiigjj  Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little  "Freezone" on an aching com, Instant;  ���������ly.th'a^corn stops hurting, then shortly you lift  it  right  out  with fingers.  Truly: ..'������������������"; ::. .- '  ':'   ', ~  ::*-'YoTiry druggist sells' a liny bottle of *���������!  "Freezone" for a few cents, sufficient ���������  to*remove every hard corn, soft corn,  or corn between the toes, and the calluses, without soreness or irritation.  I Dye Any Garment  Or Old Drapery J  In Diamond Dyes  Buy "Diamond Dyos" and* follow the  -rtlmpiQ -directions In every pnnlsase.  "Don't wonder whether you can dyo or  " tinL-flxiccossfiilly, becauso pbrfeet home  ������������������'dyefiTns" Is fyunrnnteod . with Diamond  ?-X>yes even If you havo nover dyer) before.  Yworn, faded cVresaeH, ' skirts, waists, doat.%  i Bweators, stockings, draperies, hanghiRR.  ������������������������������������everything, become like new ng-nitt. Just  itytell your dvuirfilst* whether tho material  ;.-!you wish to dyo Is wool or niliz. or  * '-whether It, Is linen, cotton, ot unlxeil  iiKooda. Diamond Dyos neverstreak, spot,  i ixade, or rim, . . :-  Manicurists of.Old  Maulcuriist s. are not a recent clevel-  eyopmo-nt,      Long    years    ago the poet  'iwrote: "Q^hero's a divinity that shapes  e  our ends."���������-Kingston''Whig.  "Queer Signs In Japan  The Prince of Wales enjoyed many  ���������i laugh when he saw some of the  signs with English inscriptions widen  several Japanese tradesmen display  outside their 'shops. Here are a few  which may catch his eye\ "Tailor pf  Resisthnt Wet Coat," "Baggages, Sent  any Direction. by Internal Railway,"  "Horse-bit Shop," "Coats Made from  any. hkles Yours or Ours," "Ladies  I-'urnisixecl 1 a- th e'" Upper Story."  mm ' '���������  R2PJPj^JP���������rraaseMt~-������eIIef  CARTERS LITTLE LIVER  PILLS  never faiV. PureiVvege.    ^y  but .t&m&'it.  table���������-act eurciy  {;entljr on the  iwer.  Stopy-after*   ^  dinner  dio-y^  tre-Bs ���������-cor*  trect indic-ea*  tion; improve  the complrxfon  ������iualIl*iU  ,IV*ER  ���������^���������j������lB*^*^|������| ���������*J^'****M^*^*!!  brlfiliten the ������y<fes.  Small DuBe���������Small Price  Mothers can easily know when their  children are troubled with worms, and  tlu?y lose no time In applying a reliable remedy���������Mother Graves' Worm  Exterminator,  ;:Money for Industries      "  Ppov i wcM I Gove rn ment of'. Vancouver  Loaned Ov������ra Million'  8ix.Ly-.six .industries, employing between. S00 and 900 persons, iiiro now In  operation In British - Columbia!'-, tinder  loantev granted, hy, tho Provincial Gov-  <iiiaiHoat io e������tul>lish and a-tlmulnto  Industries accord.1 ng to the latest re-  porl of tho Department of Industries.  To establish the Industries, the Gov-  ornmont Jina. loaned them $J,10S,658.  Six of the Induifilrles thus established  Jiave progressed so well thnt thoy  have repaid lhe whole of their loans,  New Hospital at Brandon  Brandon's new general hospital,  costing approximately $500,000, has  heen officially opened by the Leleuten-  ant-GrOvernor of the province. The  new building is a fLne addition to the  medical conveniences of the province  and will adequately serve the Brandon district.  W.    &.    IL'    MID  A Turkish carpet mado i'or nn Eng*  - Jish i������eei", contains 22,500,000 ������tJtches;  ' jt.H inattui'Hchire occupied eight eon  j inontha.  ,    ...       * .  * Keep Minard's  Liniment in th-e Houimj  What Men Admire Most m  Women is Perfect Health  ���������the Sign of Strength  Barrie, Out.���������"I  "was suffering  from a rundown  system some time  ago, was unfit to  perioral my daily  duties, and was  advised to try Dr.  Pierce's Favorite  Prescirlptiosi, I  triod Jt, toolc two  bottles, and was  ireator-eil to my  natural strength. I cannot praise Dr.  Pierca's medicine too highly and  will he willing to 'wrLto to any ono  sending a stamped -envelope."���������Mrs.  A. IX. Blsbop, R. R. No. 1-.  Mothers, Advice for  You!  .London^ Ont.���������"I wrlsh ! could tell  till tho women lu the world who -suffer with woman's trouble, what a  wonderful medicine JDi\ Pierce's Favorite Prescription. la. My earliest  experience with It waa during my  first expectancy. I becamo dropsical  and any people wore quite alarmed  about my condition.. The doctor'*  medicine rtbl not seem to roach my  trouble at nil ho my huR'hnnd urpced.  mo to try Dr. Pierce's favorite Pre-  flcrLpt'lon, and to please him I did.  Before I hud Ilnlalied the aocond hot-  tie tho distress and dropsy .'ioCfc me  and I felt In absolutely por root health,  J had no further'trouble from that  timo on.. I afterward* took��������� Favorite  Pi-eaerlptloii whonever lu a nervou*  rundown condition, and It alwaytt  ���������ntrengthetied and built me up."���������Mr*,  Lily Stotldart, 4ftft Owtnrlo Bt.  ' At all drug atoi^oa. or send 10a to  Br. Plerce'B Laboratory, In Brldge-  hurts. Out,, for trial plcsc. tablots.  A twelve-foot shark, said to have  been of the man-eating variety, was  shot and killed in the Delaware River  at Tacony, a northern suburb of Philadelphia.  The Earl of Balfour is the official  title by which. Sir Arthur J. Bal four  win be known by virtue of the earldom conferred upon him recently by  King George.  The -  establishment    of an   "aerial  freight    service"    is    planned by the-  companies     now  " operating   the   airplane service for passengers between  Leondon and Paris.  The Cunard liner Mauretania, from  New York steamed at the rate of  27^ knots during a part of the voyage which ended at Southampton.  This establishes a new record, it is  said.  Canadian   National   Excursions  Via,   the  Railways  excursion  Plan'   "Your    Summer    Trip  '   National  Route  The Canadian National  announce their summer  rates to the Pacific Coast and to Eastern Canada. The Pacific Coast trip  through the Canadian YRockies, includes choice of .route on land and  sea, going or returning. A magnificent 750 mile voyage, between Prince  Rupert, Vancouver, Victoria and  Seattle may be taken. The trip to  Eastern Canada includes all rail and  lake and rail, with choj.ee of routes.j  See Toronto, Quaint Quebec, the  Thousand Islands, and the magnificent Niagara Falls. Sail down the  St. Lawrence.  The Canadian National trains cross  the Rockies at the lowest altitude,-the  easiest gradients, and in view of Canada's highest peaks. Break your  journey and stay at Jasper Park  Lodge, Lac Beauvert, Jasper. Alta,  The lodge is open from Juno 15th to  Sept. 15th. It. is modern, in every respect, has a-dancing pavilion, and  commands a wonderful view of all  the prominent mountain peaks, On  your trip to the East, have your  travel plans include a few days at  "Mlnaki Inn," 135 miles east of Winnipeg. Decide now to tailce a holiday.  You owe it to yourself and * family.  Get HuggeHtlonn and full information  as to farefl, 'reservations, train service, etc., from any Canadian National  Agent. Ask for free tourist booklets.  BEAUTY OF THE SKIN  Me-Pia^ilS?1 desire of every woman,  F^??������OBS   ft^a   ������dncsa   of   the   skin  +E5fc2iiioa* *&  ������ezem������ disappear,   and  f\f :*.|W? tote** soft. Bmoofla aWveWetv.  t ^���������fS}**2? or ^"imanson. Bat*a JSs Co..  wfiWaste's  ^   QiimjfentYSE  MONEy ORDERS  Tlie safe way tb send money by maell is* hy  Dominion Express Money  Order.  ;?.?V<--'  ;Y.i:,*������*^*Burn*sYSoivesy'CufifS'.^l!c.-^^^  100% PROTECTION FOR 1IFE  from t>ne vaccimcion wu h  Cutter's Liauld or Solid  jUlackleetf iVtfdr-essin. At-***.  lutdy safe*-, Cutur'*SolieJ eA.onic*i..  ���������ain rnif<*for������ work fust like Btacktrnc  Pill 1 niewori. 3 f Cwt ter'a Apsressitt  UvnobtainaUe locally*, write  The Cutter Laboratory  "T*e������ r.t^trnuvj tfini Knurr- Tfi'..*'>-x  Oetlteley (U.SXkecuc) California  \VI������.���������Old Style Pow-elcr acuirill Vauxines will, enude  for tiboa*. -who pracc tiuaa.  BLACK  LEG  Miller's Worm Powders ean do no]  Injury lo tho most delicate child. Any;  child, or infant In the state of adolea-i  cence, who lu iutotcd with worms i  can l.alio Ihid pr-j-iHU'tilion without a <  aualm of the stomach, and will tlnd In.  It a sure roller ancl a full protection]  from those deatruoUvo pestK, which'  aro responsible for aiiuch fllekneHs and j  nrrent HuflVrlngr to loplonw ol" little i  ones, I  -4,fV*������ r*lf*abl������ rrn.tJat.no  VtedCosts*. e<.l.d in ihicn do*  atwttxt ���������tre������njBih���������Ko. 1, 511 e  Ko-. 9 83; No. 3. *3 pt-t box.  Bftld bjr all dniftHala. or ej.-nt  ir������paia oa  iw*ccjpt     "  fropajeti oa  iw*ccjpt   ol   ptitoi.  rc#      pampUle-t.        A*Iclrr i������ e  ymk eaoec mcdbchhhc co^  TOlOftfO, OMr.  ytimtrtf Wttsn.)  London has the hcxi trollie re������ula*j  tions and Purls thi? worst, according;  to 1111, American invosttgator. _.  I Minard's LUilmiSi.t used lay Physiciam  A in������rle.*4i"*i  iVJofteser  HOOJv   ON'  DOti j.u.si-:AKir:a ���������  ������r>rt   Itovv   to   i���������'<;< cl  Mntlfert    K'Vp-n    U* letey  JSd<li*east by l������u-  Autlioi"  it    n.nv  oryn-ivf;  CO..   JNH"..  J2������      W<-it      l-'e-wirrJ.  .ytreet,   ������w    Vios-U,  mmmmmmmamamiaimimtmmamammmmmimammm WATER NOT ICH  USE AND STORAGE  Take notice that Canyon City Lumber Com pan y. Limited, whose address  is Oreston." B.C. Y will apply for a  license .to take and use of Ten (10) acre  feet, and to store Ten (10) acre feet of  water out of Nortfi"Bt-an ch of Floyd  Greek, which ile>\vs south and drains  into Goat "River aSionfc one- mile ffrss::;  dan j, The stornge dam will he located  at the Company's mill on Lints 20������ and  210 of Lot 812. The capacity of the  reservoir is about Three (3j'acre feet,  and it will flood abont three-quarters  acres of land. The water will be  dammed iii the stream at the Company's m_i 11, and "will he used for mill  pond steam and domestic purposes  upon the miltsite. described es Lots  209 and 210, D.L.. 812,'O.li. K.D.  This notice whs posted on the  tne ground on thi* 17th day of May.  1922. A copy of this notice and an  application pursuant thereto and to  the Water Act. 1914. will be filed in  the office of the Water Recorder at  Nelson, B.C ''Objection to the application may be filed with the said  Water Recorder, or with tbe Oomp  tr'oller of Water Rights. Parliament  Buildings,Victor^ B.C.. within thirty  days afteivthe first appearance of thia  notice in a local newspaper.  CANYON CITY LUMBEK  COMPANY. LTD.. Applicant.  By CHAS. O. RODGERS. Agent.  The   date  of the first publication  of  this notice is May 19, 1922.  7Vt?f #<l  THE-GRESTON REVIEW  ' Issued every Friday at Greston, B.C.  S n bscription : $2.50 a year in-*advance*  $3.00 to U.S. pointp.  O. F. Ha yes. Editor and Owner,  .- -      ������������������������������������������������������������������������- .   H : ������������������  ORESTON,-B.C.,-'FRIDAY, MAY 19  Men's, Wom@iifs and dhildren's  vv/**  DIVERSfON AND  USE  Take notice that Charles Orin Roclg-ers,  -whose address Is Creston, B.C., -will apjHy for  a license to take and use 50 acre feet and 500  gallons daily of water out of Hail Creek, -which  flows south-*westerly and drains into Hykert  Creek, about one and a half miles.  The water -will be diverted frem the stream  at a point on No. 1 branch., about 1235 feet northwesterly from the N.E. corner of ^ Liot 662. also  about 900 feet due south of N.E- corner of Lot  662 on No. 2 branch. Also on No. 3 branch at a  poiut 200 feet due east of east boundary of Lot  6-32, sa������d point being about 164G feet due south  of N.T5. corner of said Lot 662, and will he used  for irrigation and domestic purposes upon the  land described as Lot 662, G-l, Koew-enay  District.  This notice was posted on the geound on. the  Stii day of Slay, 1922. A ������sopy of this nottce and  and an application pursuant thereto ansE to the  "Water* Act, 19M," will be filed in the offie of  Water Recorder Recorder at Nelson. Objections to the application may he filed with the  The seeming over-production of  apples   in   British   Columbia   last  year, coupled with the almost wartime high price of this same   fruit  at many prairie centres,   is producing many, suggestions  of shipping  methods     that 'will    provide ^he  prairie farmer with cheaper orchard;  prod net while not   of  necessity re-  duciug the net return to theorehard-  ist.    Of late the Penticton   Herald  has beeii   publishing   some   letters  received by  it in    this   connection*  one of the most likely of   which is  from Chaplin.   Sask., to   the effect  that some  years   ago apples were  shipped from Michigan    to   points  thft Rfcaftfi- nf   Iowa in bulk, ths  xr���������xm-l-i  only special precautions taken being that the car had three divisions  to it and that these partitions as  well as the ends and sides of the  car were padded with straw. The  writer claims that at thai time such  varieties as Greenings, Russets,  Bellfiower, and others were thus  transported and that there was  great demand foiv them���������the buy-  era appearing at the car on its arrival with sacks and taking away  their requirements. -The several  correspondents   are all agreed that  We have gone through- our Shoe stock and have, culled out all the odd  pairs arid broken lines, also lines we are" discontinuing���������many of these  are pre-war stock.  These will be on sale in many cases at less than today's factory prices;  others at less than the good  old days before the war, so if yote want real Shoe bargains get here early Friday and Saturday, as the sizefc are limited in each line, but a complete range of sizes in the lot.    Space  a^nd time at our disposal prevent quoting sale prices^ but these will be in the window Friday.  Last Saturday we put oa a couple of specials in Men's Shirts and sold every one of them���������the late  comers wsere disappointed. We should have a/-bigger rush for theseShoes, so remember the  early bird catches the worm.  Children  MEN'S SHOES���������The  lot includes heavy   and  medium Work Shes, Dress Shoes and Oxfords.  LADIES1' SHOES-^rhese include High Tops,  Oxfords and Pumps.  and Misses' Shoes, include   Slippers,  Oxfords) and High Tdps.  BOYS' SHOESinclude  Heavy  School   Shoes  and Dress Shoes.  RUBBER   SPECIAL���������Ladies', Boys' and Misses' Rubbers, about  30 pairs in t-he lot, slightly shopwosn.  K.i 4-  Muv  a-^aEgain at," per pair......������.OO-c.  ANT1LE  LIMITED  toria, B.C. -withinthirty days after the first ap  pearance of this noticse in a local newspaper.  CHAS. O. RODGERS, Applicant.  Date of the first publication of this notice is  May 12,1922.  WATER /VOT/CE  DiVEF-SION AND USE  1921 Forest Fire  i _���������   d������*10 ������\C~&\ f\f\  np4~~~U9\J'\Jr'%Jrt* \*\~t  said Water Recorder.or with the Comptroller       . - ,. _   , _   . .**._  of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings,   Vic-   at a  reasonably   popular  price   tne  J ���������-~       T~  r*%      -ZmZZ4-1^2m-. U-T~.:-m4.----  Jlrxm-rr.   ~~*C4-a-a~x, 4-1-rx  eA������t   ������������. ���������.*���������*_'...'-*-. .  sale "of B.C. appies could easily   he  enlarged to treble   present proportions, even at existing freight rates.  A still more   likely   suggestion   is  that with   some ..special   consideration by the railway" in  the way of  reduced carrying charges   all    the  later, varieties of /apples could   be  shipped in sacks   eqiially   a a safely  as potatoes with little, if any, damage to their keeping qualities.     Assuredly the salvation of the orchard  industry lies iii cheaper   and wider  distribution on the   marketing end,  and the putting up of the best possible pack to   s������ell   at   the   wanted  reasonable  price on' tlie part of t]ie  rancher.       Pending the  advent of  this readjustment of the selling sit  uation   Creston growers will   have  to put up a strictly  first-class pack  throughout or the demand for Valley   apples   is   like  to be even less  Take notice that Charier Orin. Rodetsrs,  ���������whose address Is Creston., B.C.. will app-nr for a  license to take and use 500 gallons daily of  water out of unnajned spring or pond the overflow of which flows -westerly and drains into  north-westerly portion, of Section 9, about hei3f  mile north-westerly.  This water *will be diverted from the estrearn  at a point abouj 600 feet east of the S. W. corner  of the northerly 60 acres of fche N.W. quarter of  Section 9, and will be -used for domestic purposes upon fche land described as northerly <S0  acres of jf.W. quarter Sec &, G I, Kootenay  District.  This notice was first posted on the grcrand on  the 8th day of May, 1922. A copy of this notice  and an application pursuant thereto and to the  "Water Act. 191*." -vrlU be filed sn the office ef  the Water Recorder at Kelson. Objections to  the application may he filed with the said  Water Recorder or with the Comptroller of  Water Rights, Parliament Buildings,. Victoria,  B.C., -within thirty days after the first appear  ance of this notice in a local newspaper.  CHA& O. ROD<SERS, Applicant.  Date of the first publication of tbis notice is  May 12,1922.  A* Mirabelii  Shoe antf Jf arwess  Men's  Half Soles, $1.25  Women's Half S olds, $1.00  Guaranteed for 6 months.  Secondhand Store in connection  with business  keen than was the case last season.  Is there any  Meat in  the  nousc *  Thi* is the first qiiefl-  taon that presents itweltf'  fco the hou.Hewif������ if avn  unexpected visitordrops  In frier a meal, But why  worry P  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest   Quality  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  Bologna, &c.  .uri- iilwuyn \.4i ltd Jiat'H  here. Inn meal,* nothing  ci>44it-4-i equate*- 'Sharnroclc''  products*.  Discussing therelafcive   merits of  the different grades ofValley apples  the writer had a new  and interesting angle of the situation   presented to him while  in   Calgary ahout  a   month    ago.       In    conversation  I with an Eighth Avenue grocer we  learned that a few  weeks   previous  he had supplied apples for a sale of  pantry products put on hy a ladies'  organization of one of the churches  ���������and  had   got   into some trouble  through   handling   Oreston    fruit.  Ifc appears the ladies   went   homo  strong on the sale of pies and in the  making of   them had bought a box  o No. I   Wagners. *    This   supply  nofc heing ample   fche   grocer   per  stiaded them  to purchase   a box of  domestic pack oP the same variety.  When tlie ladies came to settle for  the Pruit they demanded   a rebate  due to thc   lack that   the orchard  run product had made Jive less pies  to bhe box than  the No.   I, apples,  arid as tho   pica   were retailing at  two bitR each  they reckoned   Mieir  net lows wan at least a  dollar���������duo  iTertt so much to tho  fewer applet** in  the- box aw to the  wa������Mte   Banned by  having to cub out fche. imperfections  of unwrapped good a.  P  tm  CO.,  Ln.u  IU.  Fr������rt Hm.Vi U.tKttv���������10 young pwoh  with I)tfnk)������i tiiclufSee^i. >\|������|)ly- Mvu. M.  N������liborHl, WyumhA.  lfTri.it H,A f.w���������B*J3<ifb pttwfv rlfli", W)'-.  FSrBtiHh Winr.hvHtA*v rm4i()(\\. In gnti-cl  'Condition.    (2. AfilliM*, Klt-cbciu-r-.  $22,000 was -lost  in standing timber  in East Kootenay during 1921,   due*to  forest   fires,  . according    to   Norman  Moore," district forester, who was here  ou an official  visit   a   few   days   ago.  According to  the reports received  nit,  th������? district forester's Office80 per cent,  of these fires were caused   by, human  agencies of one sort and   another,.and  the balance   were   set   by   lightning.  Mr.   Moore further; estimates that 23  per cent,   of the preveiitible   fires whs  due to carelessness ���������on the part of cigarette smokers2'nn<$ to freduce the taaz-:*  ard in th is   regard ji nsEk-uctions   ha ve"  been issued   forestry   employees   that  this season all forms of smoking  are  taboo while on active duty.  Notwithstanding this quite substantial loss the record1* show that it is the  lightest in the history (of Bust Kootenay district, and this in therface of the  fact that 1921 was, pt;obably, the dry-  est season the district.-, has ever seen.  Another encouraging feature in this  connection is that 80c per cent, of all  the fires reported jivere controlled  "without loss to the standing timber.  The providing of.<camp sites for  tourists has done nuMih to eliminate  fires, and more of these will be provided aa time perniits.- For all of last  year but two fires were ca.used by  tourists failing to thoroughly put out  fires they hnd started for cooking  purposes.  Mr. Moore states th(at the providing  of motorcars constriirited into "truck  fashion, so as, to carry fire fighting  equipment, has not only reduced Are  losses but hns reduced |������ttrol expense  a matter of 60 per cipt. as compared  with the old horse and cart patiol of a  few years ago.  For the Eant Kootenay district,  whioh runs from Kootenay Landing  to the Alberta boundary, and from  the U.S. lino to north of Golden, Mr.  Moore claims to have established a  forestry district that for accessibility  is unequalled anywhere In the province. In the past three years 370  miles of new pack trails have been  constructed, many lookout stations cb  tabltohed, and telephone connection  given with every possible point of vantage for flro reporting.. In addition to  this over 1000 miles of old trails have  been cleaned out in the past three  years, and put in tray ell able condition.  For 11321 the official llgures show  that ������1,000,000 feet merchantable timber wiih destroyed by firo last year���������  enough,according tn reliable est! mates,  to erect at lensn OJtOQ five-room cotfc-  jigeH. In evej-y poBKilile manner the  foi-eisHtry department is improving the  flre-llghtlng ttyatom. and by means of  Hpoalnf effort at educating tho public  by every form of publicity* along with  the new system introduced this yeur,  it in confidently expected there will be  a material reduction in fire losses  from this time foi whiwI.  Tha limiUnHnfr Rnrluwtfy In Wast.  Kootenay i������ In oulto a healthy con-  dltlon. accoidiiig to Mr, Moore.   After  a trip over his entire district he states  that the falling off in the 1822 cut as  compared with last yeiar will not be  more than 33 per cent., and possibly  less than that, as "there , is a decided  spirit of optimism.amongst millmen.  In East Kootenay��������� however, only 14 of  the 42 mills are in-'operation, but it is  notieeable .that practically all the bigger plants'are.' running full time, and  that some of the smaller ones are being fitted up Id be ready for cutting.  The export of poles from all the.  Kootenay _cp'untrv   is quite Keitvy at  Hatching    Boas���������Barred    Rocks,  $1.25 for setting of 15.   J. W. Vaness,  Oreston.    "���������*  ��������� -������������������ .  LAND REGISTRY'���������-AGT  SECTION tOO  present,  but  Mr:  Moore      ac  counts for this nn the score of a.pros-J  .pective, change in the U.S. tariff rath*^  er than to actual   ne'eds   in   the. pole  .lir-e.-.. z. ' ~.  ���������*.>  tOSST  For Sale���������Horse and young pigs;  E. Nouguier, Lot 17,0, Canyon (Erickson P.O.)  ���������*       _"e    ���������  D. A. MOORHOUSE  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR  ���������?L'P      '--���������      **        ������������������-���������.,.*.. ��������� r     .;. .  Enquire R. Lamont'a Office  CKESTON, Y13.C.  IN  THE   MATTER   OP BLOCK   16  '      of   Lot   525,   Group   1,  Town   of  Creston,    Map   698-A,     Kootenay  District, i -?   Z  Proof having been filed in my office  of the loss of Certificate of -IStle No.  8570-A to  the above mentioned lands  in the name of  The  Trustees   of  the  Creston Congregation" of the Methodist Church,   and   bearing .date, the  28th April, 1908.   I - HEREBY   GIVE  NOTICE of my intention   at  the  exr  piration of one calendar month  from  the ftrat publication -hereof to issue:to  the said. The Trnstees** of/*he "Creston  Congregation of the Methodist Church  a" prpyisional. Certificate of  Title, im  lieu of such lost Certiflcate.    Any (person haying any information with  reference to such lost certificate of Title  is requested to communicate with the  undersigned. .  DATED at the Land Registry Office,  Nelson, B.C., this'26th day of April,  1922.  .*.:���������'.-ZE. S. STOKES, Registrar  Date of first publication May 5, 1922.  TOURING- with Starter...$737.54  TORPEDO " ...696.55  LIGHT DELIVERY        ... 725.05  Drop in and make arrangements for your new car���������  will give terms to reliable parties.  For an  economical and  first-class   job   of  Repairing we guarantee it.  Creston Auto   &y Supply  R, S. BEVAN, Prop.  SPEERS' HALL for  Lodgea,   Associations  and   iPublio   Meebhtj-gs  of every description.  Water has boon installed in the kitchen, and now tables supplied.  Ilontals include use of kitchen, dishes, etc  RATES: $5 per night;   $4 per afternoon, or when  no lights required.    Special rates for Committee Room  Apply to Office of STAPLES FRUIT COMPANY, Ltd.  m  m  Pi  -ti  I  ���������J  1  mmm  aeam  hsui  tllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIE   CBESTCft   EEVHSW  White Wyand������jtte   E&gs,  $1.25  14.    F. W. Ash. Creston.  Board of Trade  ���������*-rcS3IG������l  ������U7X>  >*t&  Although there  was   almost   a   full  turnout of members for the May sneet-  ic and religious nature by the school  children, who are being trained by  Principal KoIthammers and it is hoped  the school children of Erickson and  Lister will also be present and assist}  while the last post will be sounded by  R. Finiay of Lister. It is expected  there will be a large turnout from all  ing of Creston Board of Trade, the ses    poillts_in.the-Valley,  and all axe asked  sion waa quite   uneventful,   the -out-   -    h��������� -   -_d nrnmnfc ���������fc _��������� ^ fKo  OIAL  LB CENSES  The attention of Timber  License holders who are  taking advantage of the  provisions of the 1921  Amendment fco the FOREST ACT, whereby arrears  of license fees accrued prior  to 31st December, 1920j  have been funded and made  payable in annual instalments, is specially directed  to the fact that any renewal  fee which became due in,.  1921 is not included in the^  instalments above mentioned, and such 1921 and all  subsequent renewal fees  :musb* be paid within one  year after the date of tH(������;  expiry, of the license in  order to maintain the rigjht  of the holder to obtain a  renewal of the license.  Loyal Orange Lodge, ifo8 2095  Meets THIKD THURSDAY of  each Jiiombh at Mercantile  Hall. Visiting brethren, cordially invited.  eric olson, w:th~  ������    Sfisopsls of  land Aet Amsnifmenfs  standing feature being the progress  report of the cemetery beautincation  committee.  In this. connection Chairman Bennett reported that contributions  toward the good vrord had been" assured by the Methodist and Presbyterian Ladies'Aid societies, Brickson local of the United Farmers, Masonic,  Bed Cross benefit concert fund, along  with the board's 8J315, and the' pledge  of the cemetes-y committee that they  .would give nil moneyy in hand toward  the .work.,   y  There are  stall a couple of organiz  to be'on hand prompt at seven as the  exercise will start precisely at that  time.  ton Handily  ins from Yahk  Creston opene&.the 1922 away-from-  home baseball season.most auspiciously on Sunday when the team journeyed to Yahk and ydefeated the crack  C.P.R. sawsni 11 team by a  score of 23  Pr- Allot for high   scores,   while- Mrs  M. Young and Mr.   Fife   took,  home  low score trophies.   The third of these  whists is arranged  for  Friday   night  next. May 26th. in Speers' Hall.  Organization was completed at a  meeting on Thursday night last for  Creston's big six - day Chautauqua.  which opens here on June 15th* A.  R. Swanroa is this year's Chautavqua.  chairman, with C. F. Hayes, secretary, and C. W. Allan, treasui-er. The  two latter are also chairmen of the  publicity an d ticket- selli ng committees,  while F. JEL Jackson heads the  grounds committee.  Saturday evening. May 27th, Creston is to be favored with a visit from  the Players Club of the B.C. University, who are putting on the sparkling  three-act comedy, "Mr. Pim Passes  Byi"      Both   the company   and. play  ations to hear fraini and tt has been jt������-8"'  decided to write the plot owners ask-      Tne   extent- of   the   vietory   while  ing them   for   contributions   for   the   pleasing to Creston   was anything but  come highly recommended, and at 15  cents for a reserved seat tlae Grand  should hold a capacity crowd on tbis  occasion.' The Players are appearing  under the auspices of the Women's  Institute.  CRESTON    DAIRY  8 Quarts $1.00  Per Gallon     45c~  y  price   of   Mrst-claaa  land  >b an acre; second-claas to  ^"'nlmiiTn  reduced to $L  92.50 an acre,  l������re-emptlqn now confined to surveyed; lands only. ���������  Records will be granted covering- onJ>  lano suitable for agricultural purpose*  ���������ad: which la Tion-tinaber land.  . "PartnershlE) -pre-emptiouB abolished,  but parties of not more than four may  arrange for adjacent pre-emptions  with joint residence, but each making  necessary Improvements on resp%ctlve  claims. .,*- .   :.. %*���������**���������'-- p ���������������������������--���������-?* ���������----.. J'  . -PreretbptoEh muflt occupy claiins^far  ave years and make Improvements t������r  v^ue o*?15 per.acre, inetuairiar cleair-  taj? and cultivation, of at least 6 acres  owore rec**Mvinjr CE-own Grant ^'*  Wsere pre=omptor Sn oeeitpatSoa j������6i  *-e^.than IT years, and ha* made^ra-  portlonate improvement^ Oh e may. bP  cause of ill-health, or other cause, be  granted Intermediate certiflcate of im  provement and transfer his claim.  - Records   without   permanent   residence may be issued, provided appli-  SlfciRr mab���������S improvements to extent ol  ^aaO' per annum and records same each  year.    Failure to make improvements  or  record  same  wtlt operate as forfeiture.    Title  cannot be obtained In  L"isa..$l&F   5 y*3*8. and  improvements  of   110.00 per acre.  IncludEcier 5  acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  oi at least 2 years are required, a  Pre-emptor holding Cro-wn ������rant  ]2"������y record another pre-emption, if he  requires land In corflunctlon with his  raxm. without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made  and residence maintained ^ on Crown  granted land.  TJasurveyea areas, not exceeding 20  SuR^L-fSZmPl >������aa?a as homesites:  jsSHa*^ *>������-obtained after fulfllllnar residential and improvement conditions.  Ptor erasing and Industrial purposes  areas   wcceoatna:   fl-tO   acres   may   be  3<S������5?,Y ������7 I*18 Person or company.  tiZSSL -HIS&** .or taduftrlaTsltes on  timber land   not   exceeding-   40  acres  155^55 .'HF0^*80** conditions include  payment of sturapace.  tv,,N2SV������mL hay F������n-������������owB  dnaccesBlble  fy ^f.lBMnJB !������������������^a *������wr bo purchased  conditional upon construction of a road  to them.   Rebate of one-half of cost of  !Sft&  JL������Ll>5*1*e<:Unar hnif of purchase  price, is made.  work, and it is felt that when these  are, heard from the $200 it is estisuated  the work will cost will be ayailable,  and operations will be commenced.  -���������  Engineer Ramsay will be asked to  this year provide oit for the oiling of  the hard surface road -through! ut the  business section of the town, and his  attention will also be drawn to the  fact that the sis-foot railing promised  for the ferry has not, as yet, been installed.  The public works min ister will be  communicated with regarding the  p-jssiblity of having tht store now <>e  copied* by A. Manuel moved back from  its present location, so that it will line  up with the other business places on  Canyon Ftreet, thereby greatly improving in every way the appearance  of the tru������������-pughfai-e.  Commencing with May 1st, J. G..:  Rykert, the customs officer on the j  Canadian side at Porthiil, has been instructed to have nothing, to do with  the admittance of cattle From the  American side into British Columbia,  necessitating the taking of stork  around by. Eas port and Kingsgate.  The minister of customs will be written to askingy that the old order of  thinps-be restored.  The secretary was instructed to  write Robert Stark thanking hiru for  his address at the meeting of the  growers on April 24th, dealing with  the British apple market and giving  his impressions of the big British  apple show.  PRE-EMPTORS*      FREE  tib ACT,  GRANTS  22S,udf*������?J'J������P'0:r������P,la loInliiK and nerv-  ^{"S ^5!SS22-52aloa"the h6lrH or <"oviHie6������  oi a deceased pre-emptor may  atrnly  Jor title under this Act iBwctOTeS  ���������ucu  person,,  as  formerly,   until   one  year after the conclusion o? the preaont  toMetlvS    ������p*vlleflro is also mad*-?-  " No fees relatlnor to pre-emntlonn are  Ta-cli?*-<���������^JX-?-*--1*}**: Z~*n* 2������. MM  ac-  kURUBt  ���������,,I������S5������������.'ibiaKS, "l5^8gSB!afcr*,M,  xntoroot Dn. aarroementa to ourchaHa  Auffii0&5lSl l0"B J������rtd iy ISof  M-i^. ������������'?*"���������;'. or^^endonto, acqulir-ttd  HLr#^L?r������in-Sr,rooi' jpnlttosm from In-  Hntment to March S3,'1330.  ���������aUB.PURQHABKRB  OP  CROWN  *0 LAN D3,  ^own'^Sntrto'aub'purShSsora    of  purchaBens -wiio failed to complete  purchase. Involving forfeituwYon���������"-  illlmeont of conditions of purcfiasi,, in-  terest and taxes. "Where BUh-purcS������ia-  ers do not olalm wholo of orlgrlnRl par-  me    ���������assftriBiutfta    pa*op*(rlioineai.'el'*-    toev-ar  onAzma. &  Oraslng: Aot, 101������, for oyuteniatlo  ���������toyelonment o/ llv*niack Influstir mro-  vldeH for Krnelnff dletricta mnd ran'tfe  ������������lmIn/.tration under Commissioner  Annual Hrraslltiir p������rmlts inanaed baaed  on numbers ranged! priority for oaiiall.  llaned ownoro. aitack-owifi<er*a. mar  form. Annoclatlons fop r������n������o mannjre-  ���������memt.   Fy������������, or partially tfroo. persucta.  to ten head. "    v  satisfactory to "Ya.hk whose rooters,  after looking Creston over Und noting  the i four intermediate players���������McKelvey, Kimberley, Romano and  Botterill���������in the lineup, gave Manager  Staples no end of joshing before hostilities started for bringing down a Sunday school aggregation*.  "While the locals tirell deserved to  win the score would have not been so  large had the^Yabk battery got even  ayerage support. YOutside $>f flrstbase-  man Hat-wood the losers* infield and  outfield played rather weird ball most  all day.  A.s compared with last year tbe  Creston nine" shows "decided iniprovp-  men t. For the first time in years the  team has a fasti sure infield. Kicubei-  ley pitched, greatjjba.il all thiough and  finished almost as- strong as when he  started. TeIford?sf catchi ng was/ if  anything; better than last season,  while the outfield! handled everything  that came their way in fia&t-class  fashion. That the boys were right at  house witb the bat is indicated in the  heavy scoring. Ymo&t off the .tallies  coming as a result of hitting the ball,  Taylor having the good fortune to  open the seoson wlthYa home run.  The players and score:  Wg wish to advise our Wynndel customers  that we have made arrangements  to supply your  YAHK  Harwond, lb  Is  Bi aynes. p ; 1 ^  "Young, 3b_��������� . 1"  Baum,   ss _:Y f ~  Pateneau, 2b_ Y1  ReeKinan,-c_: r.<h O -  Chuquet, cf 0,.  Ogilvie,   rf 1  Wicks.  If _.��������� 0  CRESTON  Telford, c.��������������������������������������������� 6  J. Atkinson 2W��������� 5  Kimberley," p 3  Maxwell,  3b���������  1  Romano,  If_.:.���������. 0  Taylor, ef ~.-~~. -1  Bleucnnaur, ss.. 1  McKelvey, Ib.���������. 3  C> Botterill, rf��������� 3  Total  The  Mr. and Mrs. Blair, who h-iye made'  their home at the Reelatuation Farm  for several, months past, have just returned to Canyon, and will make their  home for the next few months.  Jock McRobb and Ted. Kemp have  departed'for Watts burg, where  they  have joined the staff of the big  sawmill plant at that point*  and will re  main for the next few months.  Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Messenger nnd  family have, just arrived from Leth  bridge, Alta., to reside with A. Mess  enger, who u few months ago purchased the Major Bura-it ranch. A  new house is undes.* construction and  will be occupied by the new  arrijrals.  J. Cook, whose ranch is in the Calgarv Heights section, has the lumber  on the ground for a new residence he  will erect at once.  A Methodist congregational meeting  is culled for Wednesday night nt  which a decision will be come to as to  whether a new church building will he  erected or the present structure en*  larged and renovated, ,  ������������������Dad" Browell is at present in  charge of the C. O. Rodgers farm at  Camp 2, and is putting in most of his  time at hind clearing operations.  A silver tea and sale- of candy wilt  be held at the home of Mrs. Guy  Browell on Friday afternoon, May  26th, at 3 o'clock.  Arrangements are practically complete f-OL' the wold Jt)i^ 'nieimcH-ial unveiling   which    io   fixed   for   tho   school  grounds at 7 p.KiK, Wednesday  next*  May 2dth, to be preceded  by an afternoon of sports,  etc., for  Iho children.  O, O. Rodgers, manugov of the  Canyon Oity Lumber Company,   has consented to proaldc,  and   there  will he  two u n��������� vt&5] 1 ng add t*>s.Bit~i��������� by   Rov������   - -  A. James and   Father Bcueette. while  the actual  unveiling will bo done bv  John Wood and F. B, Tumor of Craa  ton.    IIqvb. Varley ancl Knox of CVea-  ton haye hee>n  Inylted ���������o bo present,  and it lu. expected, that amongst other  speakeora   will    bo   Col. Frod   Lister,  M.P.P., and O. P, Hayoa, president of  Oreston Hoard  of Trade,   There will.  he mia������tcnl ������nlectileorihhoHh of a patrEot-  ..^  23  showing of the intermediate  talent should be particularly gratifying to the club management as well as  the fans generall y.' At least three of  these players broke into the game for  the. first time in IS21. If local talent  can be developed .sufficiently in one  season's handling to make such a good  itnpiessioh as that of Sunday, if the  material'will only turn tuit for practices there should be little difficulty in  Creston always having a representative nine to put on the field.  Local and Personal  The store buitding that until lately  adjoined the post-office, and which n  few months ago was moved onto a site  on "Victoria Ave., has just been purchased by W, T. Simister, who is  ���������fitting it up for a house, and will reside thereiu in future. Mr. Simister  lately sold his ranch at Alice Siding.  Two lists of successful candidates at  the closing term's examinations at the  "University of B.C. huve already ap  pea red in coast'-papers, and amongst  the successful students from nere aro  Frank Ebbutt, in his second year in  the school of mines, and Miss Frances  Lyne in her first year on tho arts  course.  Another five acres of >ho Dow addition has heen sold, the buyer heing  Mr. Kleist, sr., who arrived about  two months ago on a visit to his son,  K. Kleist, on the old Grtflfln ranch.  The five acres are oppotdto the son's  place, and work will start almost immediately with tho erection of a residence.  The Women's Institute flower show  combined with which was a sale of  cooking,   etc.,   was   monb   snceoRsful.  There wno qulto n large. Iflnt of entrlcn  jat the fair, while tho cash hntake for  the day was $S6. Owing to a decided  shortage of spnen this leano wo are  compelled to hold over till next week  tho list of tho prize winners.  The second of the series of whists  under, Catholic Ohib nuaplccs on Friday night was snore largely attend od  than  the initial attrmetlpn,. with tho  prl/x������B going to MIps Sadie Wood  and  _ -xr*.   ~\ATw*va-n*t*5il  Srit-Ltu    TT ytMtmjixjs.  requirements in Fiuur and !Feeu.YfiOK*  Co-Operative grading Association, who will  keep  stocks on hand eontinuotisly, and all our Wynndel  business will  hereafter he handled through  them.  ton Frul  For Farm Improvements  Ar������ you In aeed of financial assistance to* h������y seed  or to Increase your tillage, yonr stock or equipment?  The progressive farmer will find this Bank ever  ready to extend reasonable loans for legitimate purposes. Discuss your plans with our local manager.  You TOfll find him interested, *-.������  IMPERIAL   BANK  C, W. ALLAN*  GRESTON BRANCH,  $&9M~B&OT.  v?J&J> W JLX^ BmJ  \TO iFARN^ERS  That this Bank i& anxious to> assist the agpl*  cultural development of Canada is shown,  by the fact that two*t������urds of our borrowing  customers are farmers.  Anapplluitlon far evadit ���������from yon will  Im given, tike mott ������oiuidcx������i>i3 ^��������� =M*  r(M  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  PAID-UP CAPITAL       -        -        $15,000,000  RESERVE FUND -        - $!5,OOO.0QO  CRESTON BRANCH, C G. Bennett, Manager.  Nl  arloads of Brick  Ume and Cement  ���������First quality products.  ���������Prices are rock bottom.  ���������Demand is quite heavy,  ���������Order now, and avoid disappointment  LuIilElSi   QjDBIIUif IIV  tLBC-r!!  t   V   tLrt-t  J XHJE RKVULVV. C1CE.STON. B* <X  /'���������-  GOODS  Because Its  Fine Qualities  Are Protected.  by tKe Sealed  Package  Look for this Trade Mark  when Yo tt Buy Kitchen Utensils  Would you buy a can of salmon if at .  had no label? Or a hag of ffldurT No,  certainly not! Tfefen be'"just as carefail  when you are buying kitchen ntenslls.  Purchase only those articles^ of Enameled Ware carrying the S������ss^ trademark. It is your safeguard and your  guarantee of quality.   Ask for  St���������  0  Diamond Ware is a three-coated enameled steel, sky blue and white outside  with a snowy white lining. Pearl Ware  is a two-coated enameled steel, s pearl  grey and white inside and eut.  .    '     ������������������  HjUSJT ana  tw3heet Metal Products Co������l^S*  MONTREAt TORONTO    WINNIPEG.  eOMONTOM    VANCOUVER   CA4.GAW  A. G ratifyimg Ghaiige  There has in. times past been go much bitterness an Canada's party politics, and such a prorfounced tendency for the leaders of one political party to  refuse to see anything, good in the policies and actions ot the opposing party,  that it is not only gratifying, but decidedly encouraging "to note the change  for the "better which has talien place in recent years, and "which is becoming  more pronounced.  A pleasing manifestation of this -was given a few days ago when, addressing one of pur Western Canadian dubs, Hon. H. H. Stevens, -who was a minister in the Meighen Government, frankly stated that he believed the King  Government was honestly desirous of helping the farmers of Canada in their  present difficulties and was earnestly seeking a way whereby practical assistance could be rendered the agricultural industry.  Newspaper despatches reporting the proceedings of the .Parliamentary  Committee investigating the problem of wheat marketing-indicate that the  members, in giving consideration to .this .large and vitally important subject,  are not trying to make party capital for themselves, and to place their political opponents in a false light, but are sincerel3r striving to evolve a policy  and devise ways and means which will be practical and provide for the removal of present disabilities imposed on agriculture, and "give to the producer of grain a reasonable guarantee that he will receive the largest possible  "financial return from, his labor. l  ' But from. the. purely Western and the large national standpoint the attitude now being displayed towards agriculture is most encouraging, and  holds promise that the .same patriotic and business-like views will prevail  when Parliament is called upon to deal with other great national questions  in the -wise solution of which is bound up the welfare and prosperity of: the  'people ������������ this Dominion. ;.  And why should this bigger, .better, national viewpoint not prevail in our  national Parliament.? Considered in the inass, the Canadian people, while  interested as aU people living under a democratic form ot government must  he Lruerested En the organization and policies of political parties, are not  rabidly partizan and more concerned in the fortunes of a political party than  in the good government of the country ancl the wise administration ot Canada's affairs. ���������  There was a time whon It seemed to he the accepted view that, when one  party announced its policy on a given question, whether tha.t party be in office  or in opposition, there was only one thing for the other party to do, and that  was to oppose the policy announced regardless of its merits. Fortunately  Sot Canada that time now stents lo have largely passed, and today political  leaders are becoming more und more -willing to acknowledge the good features. oC their opc-onont's policy and. io show a readiness to> co-operate in slill  ���������furthr-:- -strengthening such policy and carrying it into successful operation.  Ln these dLfftcult and trying times through which Lhe whole world is pass*  ang it is**- nor partizan, Huper-crLrical government that Canada requires, but  p-ainmj-c, constructive co-operation by all hi embers at Ottawa, regardless of  the p-ert.-v with which rhey are aligned with the one common, object of giving  the I>ons5nion vfl~'.. sane, business-like administration. Let there' be sug-  gesilon. and crhlciKin anrl even oppnsWJon when it. i.s called for in the public  Jnr.evpr-u, but thf*- rn;*in -yulellng motive of Liberals. Conservatives, Progres-  sjve>. axid Labor r:-r.*eda tej be* thf- advancement of Canada's highest welfare  and Ui*sy sound dov*-k*p*iu*riE of national poliriloK with a view to the happiness  ot the Canadian peoph.* and the enhancement, of Ihe prosperity of the country  at large.  Young Scientists Needed  Pulp !ncfustr-y Requires Trained   Men  to Solve Problems  Here    are    a    few of the problems  faced  by the men in the paper "and  pulp industry in Canada.  They have heavy losses- every year  as a'result "of the decay of wood Ie  storage. Also some mills now have  to haul their logs long distances.  Also, and this fact is not generally  known, the" pulping processes have  been only slightly improved ."Tn the  last fiftyy years.  -The -value of the industry will be  increased at least 25 per cent, when  all these .problems are solved, but a  great deal more intensive scientific  investigation is necessary In connection with each one of them.  Aa effort to suppl y the .defl ciehcy  in trained men is being made by the.  Council foe Scientific and Industrial  Research of Ottawa. .'Arrangem ents  have been .made to award 7 Fellowships, 9 Studentships and 29 Burs&ries  among men who are taking scientific  courses, and it is hoped that among  them may be found suitable scientists  Who will devote themselves to the solution o-f the problems of the jralp and  paper Industry among others.  HIS NERVES NOW  STRONG AS EVER  How An Ontario Teacher Regained  Good Health  '���������'I am a school teacher by profession," says Mr. James R. Thomson,  R.R. No. 1, Centralia, Ont., "yet  when I started school teaching I'jyvas'  in very poor health. I suffered a nervous breakdown, brought -on by overwork and no relaxation. I was unable to think, to. act, or even to eat  properly. Queer little prickly sensations were continually running iip  and down my back, my arms aid my  legs; like so many needles, seeming at  times to fairly paralyze me, and often  my heart was ��������� thumping like a triphammer. I determined to consult  our family "doctor, aiid he immediately put me under orders. I had to  give up my school and return home in  'order, to recuperate my lost health.  Milk- was his chief remedy and I  drank quarts of it; yet, though it helped me,: it did not build me up to my  normal condition���������something was  missing; something my system was  calling for, better blood. One day,  when I picked up a newspaper, I came  across an advertisement of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills suggesting just what  was needed in- my case���������new, rich,  red blood. I immediately, sent for a  box, and when the doctor visited me,  I told him I had decided to "try Dr.  Williams' Pfnk Pills and he seemed  satisfied. By this time'. my ��������� box. was  nearly done, and I determined to get  another, by the time I had finished  this I was gradually coming baek to  normal. My strength was returning,  I could sit and walk without strain.  For the next few weeks I continued to  take the pills, and they were working  wonders with me J My head was becoming clearer, my memory better,  and my nerves w'jigre becoming steadier. I began to go out frequently,  enjoying myself. My appetite improved and was even better than be-  for I had my breakdown. I was myself again. I got back my sclioor,  and to this day I have had no return  of thc trouble, and now when anyone  comes to me with nervous trouble, I  instantly suggest Di'. Williams" Pink  ���������Pills as a remedy, as I believe that  what they-did in my case thcy will do  for others."  * Dr. Williams' Pink Pills can be obtained from any dealer in medicine, or  by mail at 50 cents a. box or six  boxes for $2.00 from The Dr. Williams*  Medicine Co.,  Brockville,   Ont.  Bread is the tmesf food  on ee^rrh- the one food  that everybody eefe-thaf  everybody !ike5,ar\d that  agrees with everybody.  Bread made in the  home with Royabyeasf  ������ate5 tatfes belter, keeps  fresh loiter; and is more  nourbhirg $im zap other-  3=55  Moisture Conditions Best in" Years  ��������� Moisture conditions over the prairie  province's are perhaps the best for ten  years, according to the preliminary  report of the Grain Trade News. The  report further states that the supply  of labor, as regards number,. can be  said to be _ quite satisfactory, with  wages" running from as low as $26 up  to  $45 a .month for good men.  . A Reaf Asthma Relief. Dr. J. D.  Kellogg's Asthma, Remedy has sever  been advertised by extravagant statements. Its elaims are conservative  indeed, when judged by the benefits  which it performs. Expect real relief and permanent benefits when you  buy this remedy and you will not have  cause for disappointment. It gives  permanent relief in many cases where  other so called remedies have utterly  failed. .  ?    ��������� P  Many temples In China are provided with a bell at the entrance  and when a worshipper enters he  gives the rope a pull to ring the bell  in order that the gods may be notified  of his coming and be at hand to attend' to his prayers.  ' 0  Business Improving  Buildihg^ permits for the first ihrea  months of this year for Vancouver,  B.C., represent a total value of ?900������-  000 as compared with"$750,000 for th**  first quarter of last :year.  HOW'S THIS?  HALL'S CATAHRH MEDICINE will do  what we claim for it���������-rid your system of  ���������Ce3.ta.rrh ov. Deafness caused by catarrh.  We do not recommend it for any other  disease.  HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is a  liquid, ta.lseii iiitei-jialiy;, and acts Uirough.  the blood upon" the. mucous surfaces of  the system,-thus reducing the inflammation " and assisting Nature iis restoring;  normal conditions.  . All  Drug-gists;      Circulars free.  F- 3. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio.  Although    blind " from childhood, a  man  living near Bolton,  England,  is  an expert gardener,    and    frequently  acts -as judge at flower shows.  THC  The Name  iuoH-KrotiY-^   Clutter's  ii    - "   *<^'- -��������� iptiSerwns. Vaccfrie*  an&tJIggressin- signifies. Miele by The Laboratory that Knows How.* Twenty-five years ofow*  gcientious eneieavor in-onelin.e count, for somethinst.  Ttie Cutter Laboratory  Berkeley (U.S. License) *Calif������rni������  Feed, the body well  Rigfot food for the body is  more important than rightt  fuel   for   the' cn.girtc,  I  as a scientific food, containing all  the 'nutriment of iv.hcat nnd malt-  \p& hzzrlipy, Ci"eti.pC:*N*ittS cltt^cteSL'-s  ���������easily- *mcl ���������qttuc'k.ly, bug Ids toward.  health and strength ��������� and if~  delightful an flavor and crisp ni-ss  "There's a. Reason for Grapc*!futs  WiH Keep Canada's  Money at Home  Treatment    of    Canadian     Ora     WIH  Establish New Industry  Realising that Canada has been  paying minually millions on dollars for  steel products purchased in the Unit*  od Slates, nnd Ll'isit. steel plants l.n the  interior o~ Canada .have boon dependent upon the United Slates for thoir  supplies, of iron, or est, the Council for  Scientific nnd Industrial Ilesear-qh at  Ottawa has booai Investigating the native Iron ore ro,**3o*urces, and has ������e-  curod reports from. Its committees to  thi* t*tt-fi<'t tluit. It Is time to -unde-rlnlco  the Hpeclnl treatment whlcli the Canadian oro,ti reauired. to ill. them for  commoi-olnl .reduction to plR Iron. It  Ir lioiwri Ihernby lo nstabllsh a n^w  ancl Jm|Hir<nnt homo Industry.  WARNING!    Say  "Bayer"  when  you "buy Aspirin.  -Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you arc  not getting Aspirin at all.   Why take chances?  Accept only an "unbroken package" of "Bayer Tablets of  Aspirin," which contains directions and dose worked out by  physiciaais during; 22 years and proved safe by millions foi  Colds Headache Rheumatism  Toothache Neuralgia* Neuritis  Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain  Handy "Bayo*" boxen of 3.2 tablets���������Also bottles o������ 24 and 100���������Drugp-JaU.  A-Bpie-ln la. the *trne]������ -mark <r(3RiHtorfiel fcn "Oanacln) of Buyer Mnmifncture of Monn-  BcolloacldcBlor t*t SalicyUcackl. Wlillo It ts well known that Aspirin menng Bayer  mn-nufactur*-***, to. nBulnt the-j public ncalnat tnalt-vHonn, tha Tablotn of Bayor Company  ������������������vlll bo -stamped with thoir cuiiocal trade mark, tha ������������������I3asrar CroM/'  ^  ������������������ii  A coiih-ohIIo fliify, rnprosceniInfi llio  nm !rin;il ���������rr^wi! nf the lr������iler-f! Plm1ni(,  fJi-ef-aU IVrliKln, a^rjui-r*^, TtHRliim, Stnly  unit .la])siu Tihh lioon i>lncf>d upon t.lio  Ki'iivn nr LIms Blrllinh unknowu warrior In SV-CKdiilHHU-r Abbe)'.  Meinared'eit       Lin I meat  Frieen-ol  Lumbar-man'a  V,r  mmmmam^^  ^nummMamnrnd  M MANITOBA BRIDGE AND IRON WORKS, Ltd.  Jobbing Repairs - Castinprfii - Plate and Tank Work  J  it*~ Soviet Not Pleased  The Project For  mssian Reconstruction  o-  Vahiable Ore Discovered  H?gb  Lethbridge.  Genoa.���������The Soviet plenipotentiaries are not delighted with the project  of the po\rers -for 'the reconstruction.  oi Russia. Sach is the brief summary emanating Crona So-\ tat sources  of the Bolshevik views oi the memor-  aaduni oa wlilch Europe's s>tatebmen.  Jsave worked so Jaboriousiy.  The lact that the document dpes  not mention recognition of the Soviet  Government and ignores the suggestion of Governmental loans " is said  io displease the Communist leaders,  who are now co-nfering in Moscow.  Belgium, has not signed the memorandum, and' word was received here  that France had determined to stand  fey Belgians.  The financiaE code at Genoa has  keen --written, declare^ Sir -Learning  Worrhington-EH^a-ns., chairman of tbe  Financial Commisison, and he believed it would prove as important as the  historic Justinian civil code, the basis  ot -world jurisprudence.  The essential points are limitation ot the issue of paper money,  fixing parity with gold, economizing  the use of gold- and co ordination of  gold. The United States, said the  .chairman,^ -with - almost half the  ���������world's gold, could join in the future  study of   the  problems     without    _    ,  solving itself In    political    difficulties [ ffc^aCk ������f d3Sestlve Jutces-      The de  and    coul d " heln    Europe 3 5 well s s  P-ercentag*   Shown   ������y   Samples  Taker-   Near Lethbridge  ���������Gold and platinum  beariag ore, showing a high percentage,, have been taken from the West  Butte Sweet Grass Hills, southeast of  this city, and following closely on the  essay reports from Montreal, negotiations were opened with old country  capital to .interest them in developing  the property/ Three -lots of sample  sent to Montreal, show: Class 1, gold,  $493 per ton; class 2, gold, $250 per  ton; class 3, gold, $83 per ton.  Platinum averaged one and one-half  per cent. -   -  SB-UIBJU  111   nTnaimn  m MiiMiiirH  iu uiutimuu  'IMKEJNDKESTIQN  Create  Gas.,  Sourness and   Pain  _ How to Treat  Medical authorities state that nearly nine-tenths ot the cases of stomach  trouble, indigestion, sourness, burn-  ingi_gasr bloating, nausea, etc., are due  to an__excess ot hydrochloric acid in  jn_ j the stomach and not as some believe  ' to a lack of digestive juices.  WESTERN EDITORS  J.  M.  George,  Editor  of  The  Times,  Deloraine, Manitoba.  Canadian Representative  For Washington Is  bw Being Considered  OUawa.���������Appoiatment of a "~Cana-  dian representative at Washington is  now receiving consideration at the  hands of the Dominion Government,  Hon. W. -Li. Mackenzie King, Prime  Minister, stated in the House of Commons. . The Prime Ministers statement- was made in reply to urgent  pleas hy E. M. MacDonald <Liberal,  Pictou, N.S.) that a Canadian minister should be appointed to Washington.  Mr. . MacDonald brought up the  question on a motion for production  oT"documents "relative to the peti- j the present one of going through the  tion "~"bf the Eastern Lahave Trans-' British embassy at Washington," Mr.  portation Company and others to the   MacDonald declared.  Secretary of State for External Affairs," and replies thereto- from .the  United States Government.  The case at issue, Mt. MaeDouald  .said, was that o������ a Nova Scotia vessel sunk by an American vessel off  Rhode Island. The fault lay with the  American vessel, but the Canadian  owners, under United. States law,  could not sue through the courts.  They had to act through the seoretary  for external affairs.  "There should be a, mere direct  method of communication between  Canada  and   the  United   States  than  4\ ������.r~*xmm        I    ������*������a      I     rmmmrmr  imei  1 cu JLUiig  Years of Suffering  herself. -- ���������  The financial report, like the memorandum "of the powers to the Russians, emphasizes that assistance to  ���������disorganized countries - should take  the form of private, not governmental  credits.  Radio Sappiements Telephone  lyiatiito-ba Wi 11 Enter Radio Broadcasting orv&usiness Basis  Y Winnipeg.���������-The - Manitoba Government telephones system will enter the  radio broadcasting business on a com-  atercial basis . shortly, John. - Low'ry,  telephone commissioner, has announced.  . legislative control of operation of  amateur wireless and radio rnacnines  will be sought" at the next sitting of  the Legislatures, Mr. Lovvry said. The  telephone department had under consideration placing a wireless link in  the long llfetahce telephone system  between The Pas and Swan . River,  but owing to lack of secrecy it "will  "nbt*-.be"geasible to erect such a wire-  - less connecting link until legislative  enactments are passed governing the  control of amateur wireless* -plants' so  Hhat w^ssages passing between Swan  Hiver and The Pas could not be picked , up.:,Utmost secrecy is ���������.necessary  on' the line owing to the important  mining messages which would pass  over the -line,* Mr. Xeowry said.  SUCH PA8NS AS  SIMHHIIi iiii  stomach lining is irritated,  ���������uigsstion. is delayed, ah<i food soiirt>,  causing the disagreeable symptoms  which every stomaeh sufferer knows  so-well'Y'y.''.'������������������' . ���������;  'YY*"'*'.__ -..-.'..  Artificial digestents are not needed  in such cases; and may do real harm.  Try laying aside all digestive aids and.  instead get from any druggist a few-  ounces of Bisurated Magnesia and  take a teaspoonful in a quarter glass  of water right after eating. This  sweetens the stoinach, prevents the  formation of excess acid and there.is  no.souraess, gas or pain.j Bisurated  Magnesia (in powder or.tablet 'form-  never liquid or milk) is harmless to  the stomach, inexpensive to take and  is the most efficient form of magnesia  Cor stomach purposes. It is used by  thousands of .people who enjoy their  .meals with no more fear of indiges.-  ' tion.  HE       SINGS       THE       PRAISES  DODD'S   KIDNEY   PILLS  OF  i Va/i.   Wt-wt in  I hn   JE UX,   TV (U   BIB   VUUIU  Heavy  Fighting   at   Close  Reported  Range   -is  In   the   middle of the front, tioops  of  Chang  Tso-L-in     have    recaptured  . Kuan.        Wounded    men    from    that  I region say the fighting was heavy dur-  [ ing the past few days", often at close  _ Peking.���������General Wu Pe������ Fu, com-: quarters. The tide of battle was  mander of the Chi LA forces, was re-1 continually changing until the arrival  .ported to have arrived near Machang, f of Change reiriforcoxaents turned the  on the railroad south of Tien Tsin, to \ scales.  Jules Lacrosse, who  had  Bright's  Dis-/  ease,     Gravel,'     Dropsy     and      Dia-    , ,  betes Te!5s cf   Benefit  hc  got from   +ake Personal command of the opera-  Dodd's Kidney Pills.  Papineauville, X������ahel!e, Co, Que.���������  (Special).���������After suffering for ren  years from various forms ot kidney  disease   which   included   Bright's   dis-.  ' tions against Lhe troops of Chang Tso-'  L.in on that section of the battle front. ���������  f  L<aie reports are  to the effect thac!  Quebec Elections in June  Quebec.���������Rumors^ aro current here  Chang  Tso-Lin is   heavily  reinforcing -  t that  the  provincial general  elections  ease, gravel, dropsy and diabetes, Mr.! his troops in ihat region ^vith raeei of:  Asking Funds For  St. Dunstan's Memorial  Viceroy of India Expects to Collect  Large Sums  London.���������The. Viceroy of India the  Earl of Reading, has appealed to ;all  the governors; of Indian provinces to  organize a collection of funds on behalf . of -St. Dunstan's institution for  the blind in England to help Lady  Pearson found a memorial in connection with the great work hei* late husband, Sir Arthur Pearson, did for the  blind .people of the British Empire,  according toy -a Reut'er despatch from  India. ������������������'���������'. The Viceroy expects large  sums, to be collected in India. ���������-���������' He  expressed the hope that India will not  be the last in the movement in which  the "other parts of the Empire are  participating.  Jules iabrosse, a well known resident  here, is now so far recovered that he  is singing the praises of- Dodd's Kidney Pills.  Y^.-  "Dodd's Kidney Pills have rendered  me an immense benefit for which I  am happy,'.' Mr. Dabrosse says in telling his story. Zy "I suffered for ten  years and am now very well. I Yveht  down in .weight to 125 lbs. Now I  weigh 1*80 lbs." ���������  Dodd's    Kidnej-    Pills are purely a  kidney      remedy.       Healthy,   kidneys  strain    all    the    impurities put of the  blood*.        Pure     blood.*., carries     new  -strength to-all parts of the body.  Ask your 'neighbors if Dodd's  Kid  ney     Pills  kidneys.  do     not    make     healthy  May Use- Fast Time  Ottawa.���������Postmasters are allowed  to follow daylight saving time in opening and closing post offices wlierever  it is in use, the post office department  announces. - -  all    arms    and    indications  are  that i  Machang  soon will  be  the  centre  of r  *��������� . 1  intense fighting. Artillery duels al-j  ready have commenced over a wide |  front. General Wu, if*,, he" actually:  takes, command there, will have facing I  him the 25-year-old son of Chang Tso- j*  ���������li?-.'. '.-  .V *   j  The heavy bombardment that has j  been in progress, at various points \  has depleted the stores of-big gun]  ammunition and the fighting is now j  mainly with.machine guns and rifles. I  At some places there has been a  lull in the battle.  will take place in June.  a  I Fulness At tar Eating 1  Iff you have fulne-a* *itet meals,  -*. bad taste in you* mouth in lhe  morning, fur on it������ tongue, flatulence after meals, and no -appetite, take'Mothwr S-cigd'a. Syrup.   It  witl clean your tongue,   renew  your appetite, give you relish for |C ���������  iood and the powes to digest it U  thoroughly and easily.   Sold in g  ^   50c and $1.00 bolttca at drug jf  U   store*. ���������-**"1      U  Keep Your Health  Two Months Codd Not Turn in Bed.  lydin E, Pinkham's Vegetable Com*  pouno! Finally Restored Health  ��������� Seattle, Washington. ��������� "I had drag-.  ging pains flrat and co~\d not stand on  mjr feet, tlaen I had  chills and fever and  ouch pains in my  right side and a hard  lump th ero. I could  not turn myself in  bed and could not  Bleep. I waa this way  for overtwomonthB,  jtrying cvovytbing  any one tbld me, until my sister brought  me a bottle of Lyasa.  E. Pinkham's Vege^  tnblo Compound* I teoolc it regularly until all the hard pains'had left me and X  ���������was ablo to h~ up and to do- my work  again. Tho ho:rd lump left.tny side ami  11foel aplendtcHIn ail waya. I Unow of  many women-it haa helped, "'���������Mra. G.  IticiiAitJDSON, 4640 Creas St, Seattle,,  Washington.  This 3o snotlseir <.&������& where Lydta 32-  Plnltham'H V������B;otablo Compound  broiq^h tresults af ter^'tryingoverythinK  ������ny ono told mo' * had failed.  If you are enftorlng from pain, neiv  vousnona ancl euro always tired; if you  aro low smiriteil and good for nothing,  tako Ly*dia K. Plnlrham'as Vegetabl-o  K Compound. Yon may not only relieve  tho prose nt distress, but prevent tAut  #������veiojpThenftof mwe eeriowi troublft������  -A',    M.     V.     l#l������  XJPSE*  Em^ErW^  WEli  ���������������6i  ^PilllBSSSSS^  -SI  THE   OLD   RELI ABLE. -. TRY   IT !  Minard's Liniment Co.. Ltd., Yarmouth,  N.S.  Wa&z  Expect Riash of Prospectors  M#ny _ Mineral Claims Hav* Been  Registered In Manitoba  The, Pas, Man.��������������� .great influx of!  prospectors into Northern Manitoba is  looked Cor during the coming summer  and a big advance In the number o~  mineral claims registered for the  present fiscal year is expected. A total of 1,710 claims wore recorded at  the mines offl.ee here during the three  years ending: March 31/1922. Of  this number ������13 were entered during  the last fiscal year and 240 during the  month of March, y The mines ofllce  revenue is eatlmatod at aboul"$50,000  Cor the three-year period.  To Place  Manitoba Loan  Winnipeg,���������Hon, Edward Brown,'  Provincial Treasurer, lert for "New  York and other'eastern points to investigate the condition, of the money  marlceta'-wlda tho view to placing a  $2,nQO,000 Manitoba Government ]onn.  Thm- Sofcn will be *<o* eover expendliures  voted at lasil. sesHion. oC the -legislature.  mammmtimmtatMm  TRUE-TONE C MELODY  m  Qonoa.���������Dsuvid L.loyd George, tho  Br Utah premier, waa quoted as saying  he knew nothing about the reported  ell eon tract.** between tho Russian Soviet representatives here and the  in.I-.e-!n luUiroyL;, ua^l JC 4j.-u������ l������ts* i**t>u������������3  not approve tii' them.  Which tells when to use  the Saxophone tli-sly, in  $������|quartett*ta, esextetteBcr  regular  band; how to  transpose cello parto In  . orchestra;^and oth������r  v| valuable facts.    S������nd  (for your copy.  m  wmwwwrasawMawww^aumw  You Can Learn to Play tho  Scalo in Ono Hour'Tefffrft^  tlce, and Soon Bo Playing  Popular Airs..  Vou con double your Income, your  pte^iiure. and i'our-popularity.  I  '*S*  The* Famous H-uMVeelMr.Cir-r-.n-i  '   Comet  tleeititf|������������tleiiilM4il������lltftct !��������������������������� ������| *wf  Cormt  Wir  jj'e>Wtemitt*.>������e������M  I  i  'i'iti'  ft  T^m-.v^Trfrfssm  liiiiriiiliine,iilliai'^Hili*e<tf  "iff!  Juicy Fruit, Peppermint and  Spearmint certainly make  three delightful flavors to  choose from*  And the new HIPS���������-the  candy*coated peppermint  gum, is also a great treat for  your sweet tooth*  All from the Wrigley fac-  made perfection*  ^ibjsSSS  ���������������  MSB  ttu/gH  \vt222  WRITE TO  WHALEY ROYCE  COMPANY, LIMITED.  TORONTO       -'       ONT,  FOR FREE  BOOK  and  VOtvir'Lt.it~ iiAl'-\LV(~ttJ~.  Mcntlontn'fl Thl-s Paper  Packed  Tight*���������*  Kept*  Right  '/  f  Vfyf-  MO  H!WW*������i^������w'!������Wwi'������ sP  TKE   CBB&TON  REVIEW  Local and Personal  For Sale���������Baby Grand Special.  F. W. Speaker, Canyon.  Wakted��������� Small secondhand cook  stov<?.    H. Stevens, Wynndel.  Wanted���������Will pay cash fen- two  whfel cart.    Enquire Review Offine.  Fob Sale���������Lawn mower, 36-inch,  .in-good shape. Enquire Review Office.  Thursday is Ascension Day and services are announcon for Christ Church  at 10.30 a.m. and 8 p.m.  Fob Sale���������Part Jersey cow and  calf, also heifer coming- two years old.  T.-W.  Davies, Wvnndel.  Men's work shoes on sale Saturday  at $2iS5 up. Shoes from $2.75 up at  Creston Mercantile Co., Ltd.  Rev. G. Knox left on Momlay for  Vancouver to attend the'annuat session  of the B.C. Methodist conference.  R. E. Beattie   of   the    Beattie-Oat-  way fitjii. of Cranhi-ook, was a business visitor h������*re the latter   past  of the  week. ~"  D. W. Brigg< of Portland, Ore.,  president of Can von City Lumber Co.,  Ltd., was hereon a  business visit this  week.''  Wednesday,,Mav 24th, is Victoria  Day. h statutory holiday, and all  pi ices of business in town will be  c'osecl.  Fob Sale���������Team work horses, harn-  e-es. wag-on, plow and drag harrow.  John Carty, Creston (Dr. Carbwri-ghfc  ranch),  L. Kyle of the Fruit Growers Union  staff has returned after a month's  h<ilidcivs at his home in North. Van.  couvei'.  Interior painting* and kalsnrmning,  also outside painting, orders executed  neatly   and promptly.    F. Warehaui.  Creston.  ������The forestry products ear will beat  Cieston on Friday and Saturday, and  a standing-invitation is out to all to  make an inspection of the car during  its stay here.  Anglican Church Services  SUNDAY,   MAY 21  CRESTON SIRDAK  S and 11 a.m.. 7.30 p ui.  Fob Sale���������Hot water tank and pipe J  with connections to range,   30 gallons,  new, and   in perfect   shape.    Enquire  Reyiew Office.  Fob Sale���������Holstein milch cow, just  freshened. Also auto that can readily  be rebuilt into first-class truck. O.  Olsen  Creston:"  Fob Sale���������Bell shaped/ tent, good  as new., 12 feet in diameter, heavy canvas, has ventilators. Bargain. Enquire Review Office.  Celebrate Vict or ui Day ri-gttt by  attending the Creston orchestra dance  in the Grand Theatre Ballroom on  Wednesday evening.  S. T.  Evans of   Revelstoke   arrived  on Tuesday for a couple of>weaks visit*  with Creston friends,, and is the guest  of T. M. Edmondson.  There   will   be   no   Sunday   School  Sunday   morning,   May 21. at  Christ  Church,'but.in its place will be a chil  dren's service at 3 p.m.  The outward appearance   of fche big  new Speers   store is considerably   improved by a new dress of white paint,  .with brown trimmings.  . Creston 'successfully opened the  baseball season away from home by  handing Yahk a 23 to Q walloping at  Yahk on Sunday afternoon.  ��������� Strawberry Plants -��������� Magorn  Strawberry'-Plants for sale, guaranteed free from weevil, SlOper thousand  Monrad Wigen,   Wynndel, B.C.  Mrs. R. B. Staples ss at Vancouver  this week. where she is the * lay  delegate from Creston congregation at  the annual Methodist conference.  Mrs.    E.    H.   Pridham     and     little  daughter, Esma, Irene, of Blairmore.  ' Alta., are here on, a visit to the form  er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Comfort.  Mesdames. R. B.   Staples,   McLeod  and F. Smith will be hostesses tit a silver tea at the Staples residence on Sat  uiday. -Qlay 20th, froufS.30 to 5.30 p.m.  Assessor Ferguson    of   Nelson   was  here a couple of days at the end of the  week, chiefly for  the   purpose   of   re  assessing  some   of   the   land   in   the  Arrow Creek aiea.  Alex. Mirabelli announces that he is  going out of the retail shoe trade, and  that he 5s closing out hisentire stock  of men's and boys shoes at cost. Call  todav and get the best choice.  People who take advantage of the  Mercantile Copipany advts. are the  people who are on   the   road   to   sub-  mis Time  when conditions demand  real value for money invested yoa are assured of  the best In workmanship  and Supplies in ' return  for your outlay here.  Ovtr   Methods,     Equipment  CSJiS?  a?-.tti������   mSrSEm    *fc-SS58*   fiSxSrOm^'r  abie comparison.  stantial bank accounts at the end of  the year. ��������� It pays to trade at the Mercantile.  Show* your appreciation of the Ores-  ton orchestra by taking in their dance  in the Grand Theatre Ballroom on  Wednesday Ynijgfifc. The best fiook iia  the town add the very best music.  85 cents admission.  Commencing last; Monday Xhe Dominion Ex press Company jgu t their commodity rates ytats effect on fruit as? d  an rt Vegetables. On packages going  to prairie" points the rates effect a saying of at least SW per cent.  Capt. Seaman of the C.P.R. steam  er Nasookinywasa^"'between trains visitor "here on Sunday with J.-.W. Dow,  and during his stay very much enjoyed a motor trip through the Erickson  and Canyon Oity:-district.  C. R. Ward, the well known Cranbrook insurance broker, was here at  the end of the week on a business trip.  He states .that the recent opening up  a number-of .sawmills in that district  has about provided woik for all the  unemployed.  Provincial police McLaren had his  firsts holiday trip since coming to  Creston almost a year ago. when last  week he journeyed to Vancouver .in  charge of a local juvenile who had  been given a two years* term in the  provincial reformatory.  Major Mallandaine has been chosen  as the representative of Creston Lodge  No. 54 to. Masonic Grand Lodge at  Prince Rupert the latter part of June.  It is expected that the 200 delegates  will make the trip from Vancouver in  a specially chartered C.P.R.    steamer,  "With the quite., large fleet of motor  cars in town Creston should be well  represen ted *- at the soldiers memorial  unveiling at Canyon City next  Wednesday evening "at 7 o'clock.  Revs. J. A. James and Father. Bes  sette will deliver . the unveiling  addrcses.  The lasl and best dance of the present season is scheduled for the Grand  Theatre Ballroom on Wednesday  night. May 24th The affair is being  given by Oreston'orchestra andthejz-  guarantee the best music of the season for it. The* admission is 85 cents;  supper extra.       Y  Creston Soldiers' Memorial officials  greatly appreciate a donation of $52  from the,.'sch.pci3-'te^ild.reh and citizens  of Sirdar, ".which will pay for one of  the four. bi-oriKe wreaths that will  adorn the top of the local soldiers  memorial. The Red Cross ladies have  purchased another of these wreaths.  Christ Church JLadies' Guild have  something to offer in the entertain ���������  ment liiie for. the afternoon and early  evening of Wednesday, May 24th,  when they are putting on-a Quaker  Village Fair in the Parish Hall, with  . ree admiss-mp. Afternoon tea and  cold supper will be served, and there  will be "a sale of cooking, candy,  aprons, etc. For the children a free  tirget is among the attractions.  Commencing last, Tueadav the milk  delivery business in Creston wae tak  en over by A. Comfort,   who has purchased the herd and equipment of W.  V. Jackson.     Creston is most fortunate in haying the  local dairv business  get into such competent hands as the  new owner.    Prior to coming to Ores  ton, Mr. Comfort was in  charge of tbe  Crystal Dairy at Biairmore, Alta., and  in addition to supplying . that town also had the trade of the''sanitarium at  Frank, and enjoyed an excellent reputation of giving his patrons the highest quality of milk and cream with an  unexcelled delivery service.    Ingoing  into the dairy business ih Creston it is  Mr. Comfort's Intention to give the  same high class seryice, and to start  with has inaugurated the regulation  early morning delivery, with a lowering of the price to eight quarts for $1  to ticket buyers.  HATCHING EGGS  WHITE WYANDOTTES $1.25-  BLACK MINORCAS  ���������    1.25  a a-.   -avTTSfrntti, r sBirnsaervoiwra  cs.v~i.   Y������nixu   tU~ZJ%J*A-X.X~'M,VH.'*X~. __..  per setting of 14 eggs. All from  sxcellent or prize stock, P.: G.  EBBUTT, Creston.  gents for Willetd's and Heilsesi's Olteeelaies  CATERING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.        HIBH CUSS JGONFEGTIOMERY  For up-to-date service try our Ice  Ice Crearri always on hand.  Next door to Sevan's Garage  iLIDGATH BROS.  RHONE SI  In the line of Tackle and all other equipment this store  carries the nfost complete stock in town���������and if we  haven't what'you require it will be a pleasure for us  to   immediately   procure  it.    For  either  fishing  or  hunting a great convenience is a pair of  PULLOVERS  Sportsmen will find a pair of     x  these    an    indispensible   part   of  their equipment.    No need to carjy a  pair of heavy boots for the chance fishing or  shooting.    PULLOVERS���������made of high grade  black ito ugh rubber, hip length, with strap to fasten to  belt, sizes 8 to 11, to fit over the ordinary boot-^-just pull  your Pullovers.over your leather boots and'you are ready.  I  MAWSON   BROTHERS  Better Service General Merchants Lower Prices  BBOBBH  Try the Drugstore First  Do  You Ever Stop and Think?  It does not  matter where you  buy  Palmolive Soap or  Dutch   Cleanser  ���������But  it does matter where your everyday  drugs are bought.  1<&:  yjlidlity is what you want.  (jMUilty m what you get here.  E liil  n i i il wn 1 iin i������  oui  Mail Orders a  Sif.e.tinff.iiy..  f  Phone Service  Prompt Attention  ualityNeverSacrificedtoMeetPrice  This ^tore is conducted along the line of correct merchandising  principles. We know that the only safe way to deal with our  patrons is to give them full measure of value at the right price.  Men's, Ladies', Children's Canvas Shoes  Made of fine quality canvas uppers, pure^ Guam rubber heels  ���������    in mack and white, moderately priced.  fl H    M   H *H H    H H^r^ Rn -^   l^kl        tS88������*|    ^S8������*v  f^L   I^mJ   B    B JL?m   H       ^fcift|j.  Maelc from best quality leather and suitable for summer wear, in Tan ivad White  Dry Goods  Groceries  S^Mmmj^^S ^HBwgft       Hkjsgj|       ^eHeMge^^^ ^HRftfti^ ' will! I<UI If  B    gjj^jg^g m^jjp   jiardware  itsus


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