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"     -'  Mr. and Mrs. Goodman are back  from their trip to Tacoma, Wash., to  whidh points they were called otying?  to the illness of their daughter,'; Miss  Myrtle. She is ro������? reco^erinjjisgcely  and will soon be able to return to her  home here.  - Mrs. T. Rogers and1 children were,  Creston^visitors at the middle of last  week,   spending Victoria   Day   with  friemEs at the metropolis,  Mfr. Neil is now in charge j. oj the  yard engine, being-.ii. senior .ni^n in the.  service he replaces B. Whitesides,  who has gone to Cranbrook  to work.  Mi*. Yager, who has been in charge  of tne depot in Mr. Goodman's absence, ia now installed as night operator? at Sirdar. A  Santo Pascuzzo, who has been in  indifferent health- for- sfssne ������e������ske  pust, was at Nelson a couple of 'days  la-sfc week consulting Ehv, Rose.  coi^ple of lots on   the Pascuzzo ranch,  ?&&Inf|$|3i^  ready has the lumber on the  gronnd  for the erection of a residence. -  The Leadies* Aid nre rapidly-completing all arrangements for their afternoon-sale of work, candy, etc.,  ses'ving of light \ refreshments and  supper, on Wednesday, Juo������ :7ib,  along with which will /be the raffle of  the embroidered bedspread,, on which  thei-**-has been a good demand-^'for  tickets. In the evening there will be  a concert followed by a dance. As the  roaa to Creston, is now in the befet  shape* eyer. and with Geo.- Johnson  arranging for motor parties in that  town, it is expected quite a number  Fayored with idmiP weather  and a  and' v*eryJarge-t^KSSKSfey*off leittsens as well  'Sua a, ilne siiowJMg of residents at other  points in the Valley Qanyon City on  Wednesclsiy'eieniog, llay24thrun.yeit-  the affair.  ���������1  0xm.0.m.rtm^.,tS.  :s.  i- m*+  Dr. Thompson off Ottawa, Oxit., was  a business visitor'-in Katcher\er last  week.  ^���������Ji irOrowp of the Kitchener Timber Company spent a-few days at Nel-  BOts last week- - - _  Mrs. Finlayson of Grestdb was a between trains visitor here "on Sunday  -with Mrs. Davis.  35SS-J-  -r-isfci  Solcfier'Memorial  Its tiiernO'T.^.l to the Sate John R  Wood and- Robert Smith���������the two  men from that- 'district -Jwho paid the  supreme pacrince in the great war., ���������'*���������  Although^ ttniqris. none ihe less  effective is the form of memorial chosen by the Canyon1 people, whose last  token of respect-unveiled on Victoria  Day is In the "form of two sycamore  trees planted on either aide of the  ������nhool groundfrythe fSceee beiijig^ neatly.  fericed,'>irid atibhe^foofe-*- in. *&-cement  post into wlHelv Is r^Sfcted htttizer plates  inscribed:   - /Y~ Y* Z .  ��������� ������*       "   '������?      ."'���������_,'"���������   i*t  This tre>-was planted in honor of -,.  JOHN E. WOOD;  . 29thBatt* C.H.F.;    -  Died of wounds.'Aprils 1916. '  ^This tree ia planted l4*"faoDO?-of  *   . -      .ROBBB^SpITH,  M.M.. l������nce.<N?rpora|:TOth?Batt., C.B.F.-  Eilled in.actidti,^Sept. 2. X!&1$.  iWp<&.ZfoZti<o&M. pfZ^0-ofie- -son one: off:  the trees apcl tablets ;were erected j  while V* ii. Turner of. Creston, "'who  also lost a son in the war, unveiled  tha other tablet.  In"the unveiling addresses, delivered in stirring" fashion by Revs. J. A*  James and Father Bessette, the former emphasized some-of the lessonathafc  as a-nation the war' had taught'"or  should teach, pointing out that it was  due to the breadth of the'Britiab cota-  stltuttpn and tha liberty' enjoyes! by  the peopje-aa a result of it that Britain  and her colonies were able so readily  and Jiarmouiously -contribute'its full  quota of men and means for the successful . carrying on of the- titan tic  ���������ptrucp'le.' ��������� F&tlne? B^ssett-e^s resuMrtes  were ih like tenor,  with the added re>  l ��������� _r  *.������-'_       rx���������tjat-x���������x  uue; ������>ui<ue.<;i^  ~..S~-x   GrJtt   S.  ������w sjeet, art... aa  France were do-partners -with those  .lighting.-men v/ho survived, .ia .addition to keeping gB^an the niemovf  of the .fallen it was -equally the para*  mpunt duty of the citizens and governments to see' tei ft that the returned  men were given the consideration  they had-so magnificently earned.  'ii.������i  .. ..x^  .t0X.--.-t-* >  Un YciLiug  Miss Uorina  sfesS? "was t~.  end.  Irvine of  the school  N&ioQu- i-t&rttwm..  j*  A pieQie was held in* >fce afteraeon  cf ������5*ay S������������h by fche 5. W-*V.A. for bhe.  chSdren ; in fche Fratak May SeSdL  Rabifig and games wete indulged 'ic  ufttll tea time when every one enjoyed  a'good supper ^of ice cream and cakes*  J. Bird- and.  F.  Powers  afe busy  &gal-a painting tojf JL.S.T3, a number of  residences'baing finished too late last  fall for ^minting.  Vina���������; -opin   *fn*jr   rsin   smRiibipst   of   thfi'  United FVirmers  this. Friday evening  fi*S WU tu������3 I3KS&    ������|j6<6tl|U|$    it  who decided  to have quarterly sessions throughout  the samzner. - -  -About twenty local children man*  aged to get in Oreston to see the for  -estry car last Monday.  Messrs.   B.   Johnson   and   Gregren  spent-,   several    day**,   last,  week   at'  Spokane, returning home Monday.  Mr. Dennes of Spokane, who haa  been here for a month <m -a, yisit to .his  son, Dick9 returned ������of Thiarsday last.  . x  The auto tourist traffic westbound  has alfeady commenced, and just at  present ayes-ages about two cars a day  at Kuskanook., , ,*,  Mr. Neil, who-is now in-charge of  the yard engine, expects- to * move his  wife and family here fq^jtbeijejper^tan-  runtun^^>&SBetl^el> between Kipgsgat-%  and Yahk.    '" TZ "...-;   ������'' -'   Z'Z    t * " '  Mr. and - Mrs. Fransen- returnee! on  Sundav, after spending a few 'days  with friends at Wasa.  The June repoi t ������f Kitchener school  is as follows;    Highest standing;    Entrance���������Edith Geroux.   Junios* Fourth I  ���������Fritz   Molander.      Junior    Third���������  EJUen  Andeen.     Seb ior Second���������Beatrice    Molander.       Junior    Second���������  Ernestine Minard.  Madeline Minard.   Beginners. Reader  -The gathering was- presided--' orer.by  C. O. Rodgers, manager Ot the Can-.  yon City Lumber Qo>., I������td.,,. who, ��������� iti.  his brief addre*.?, spolfe f eelisgT^-of-tehe  two men. -.both of.wUom.be had  known well. He, was -jfollo.wed, by  O. F. Hayes.- president ,.of Cr^ton  board of trade, who complimented  Canyon on the fittitiTg ttilVnte paid the  nten in the -trees^aftd the^-t^ahlets. as  well-:as/ noting fehafey the djstrtdtvr^vas  among the very first-to "unveiLa mem������  orial���������and S.his despite ther-lt������ss--of one,*  year due to the oaks^that^fere origin-  ���������. . _ . l i ally planted, failing to grow. YCoL  Pbomc Prmieiw.  ^^ j^^ j|>.p;;.���������ww*������-<wi*re-tn  ceremonies were  brightened sap at intervals by musical  -selections by the school scholars un~  ' der Principal ^Kolthamnier . who had  rfche������n rendec g"0 C������nada/' "Maple  Leaf," **0 God our help in ages past,"  as well as- the doxolngy with which  pi-oceedings were opened. Tae closing feature was riiosfc impressive, the.  I*ast Post being sounded by JR. .Finiay  afXeister, with ibattV- o'f th������ returned  Ineja of ,the .district, who were out in  uniform, lined up hehind the standard  caE-ryilig: the school union jack. -  * Spth of the men.in whose honor the  memorial Is erected were well-known  Veia MeGonega".  cemucu eHiiniM<  tMrx     -4-LlX-   XXxJ^X  ���������     m.x.m-   .fc.^.    ���������.���������   0~...v������������������,  - -ti-^tmftiumm uu iiui������  *������!?*      -   .^^i*---?-. -*1 '     *    J," w-  .0 4       x-l   t  ret.   ������_/.   xtugnes    naa    purchased'  HIT.  I  ���������Helen Sch<xUnert,  *-������^e<ifS^a^"S*K?*i.-~i^-i ".������--'-*; V ^   ���������������.* '    "  a*.*?-*- ".*. ^T&'&'-v-f?'--*.   - - -'"'.^Z~ .-���������   y  *Z%Xx.        (��������� ��������� 1 Wu.     v ~\    t- * H~ ^��������� i- am      t -.       ^^ ^  FojgJ SAliEir--Pavt': Jf-isey'-. cow ^iknd J'^weyed- by .the m������naorial Ca*yo������y;haa  ������������lf������ also heifer cotwin^tlwo years old. ] erected*  W. Duvies. Wynndeli L .25������e  m, I ������*"     -  .wm*% t-myty-  that he had died of wonnds on April  2H. 19ia      . * ,- -     ".  ' Robert Smith-came to Canyon-about,  1910. and in addition fco working his  ranch he was Also employed for scpie  time with the Canyon City Xeumbfer  Co.������ Ijtd. He went overseas-from EJd-  monton. Alta-, to which city he wetkb  from Can yon for a visit before- enlisting in the summer of 1916. JHe .was  npt long in training- in "Canada before  being sent overseas, and attached himself to the lOfch' Battalioji. * and was  killed in act-ion ca Sept. 2B-' 191S���������ss.  little more than two months - before  the armistice was signed.  At their work and In the ������ornm unity  |tiOanyon City." -  The  late- John  Et j life, both typiBed a������ excellent ^tand-  Wood, was a sonttfYjphn W. Wood, a   aid of Cahadian citSzea^ship^ and Q**n^  'y~"--a S000- aTJx    *I ~ 'm������-~~.S.*~.~.~xJ������  -tJm   ~~  wetiiknowri Canyon r������i������tdent,' and' he  jjj^ieBd up with .the54thBattalion early  Itt 3&i&.    'Oa?1 -t*Le ^nvatagf' Sfeig cbrgs  t mAt^- * -t-.*L. ~~nz.~ ��������� --f^y*"  . ���������%  _ r,-1" ^-.i. ..~0  ���������*  ^ibV-iu %attoir^Xn;^ea������^^i^He ������������e tWo^'  *��������� *m.-Z /���������������     ^ *- ?ty~"������ ^*v    ^���������0"m*-af m    ^~~   rnvr,l������  --*^/���������*  ������*Tn>-5fce���������������   .    *.  jm ^.m **-_���������,*���������    "-^*- ^V^   J."*" ~.-  ���������inu!i-J.^i^i.ij^-i. A--" --���������������=-*��������� -1--f generations  yon City is! to be ^dngjeaiidated ia so "  soon paying tlM^^ar 1^1?. tpkfin of re-  tatic-XAv  itiaa^ttl.-ttt  'will* stand-out as a laxtB-  'iSSS^r ������3   4isS   ebb������ SJ55 -vwySsO-jaEgaSBs.  Ceail-yba City district.  '-='     c- - "-  em  ^   . r*.  Education     -     Entma*tminm-int z -     Inspiration  Six Happy  Days -  & Evening  CHILDREeN  LECTURES  4 Re creation Through Rooreation"  Oupt. T. Diuniriore Upton.  "Family  Remediea"  ";-.,:,.*\.v  H. Iieoti Ciipd. ������������������"'���������'���������?.������������������  ���������:'    .        ... -; ���������'���������' '    -'������������������*-..  "Prescn t   Day  Prol >lema   of  f$e\t-  Govcrn'merit iit tho British  ;'. Kmpire.",*.,.  Alex. Thomson. .    ,  ���������t*  "Seeing JuH<s Whole."  WilHam H. Stout  ���������^   "StoHii ToaHetl RnBaia,"  MoritK Hindus,  "From   Peace' Pi pp to. War Trail  and Back AKairi.1'  Cliiaf Stfonigheart'.  WILLIAM   H. 8T0UT  Fourth day  at  Chaut������tti������|im.  MUSIC  AH' Siatera' SaxapliMpie Qimrtefcte.  Adaiiaos AU* Can ad ian . Qimrtett-e.  "B***  "IH*      - .*    fm      m <myr  i lcKet- oal<e on lxow  ALEX. THOMflpM, WUmfor.,'' eh������.  Lvului* it-id *a*, Teie.unl. Dety problwmit  of aolf-aovornmont tin th* Drltt.K*.  Emptf*.*'  -tlnlrcl   rfny   mtt   Cbftuftjiucjua.  ;   Ifiiier-WilloUjghJty L������wHes*  ���������';     * Orohe������tra.i   ���������K- Zy??,-P:  :F-Ai) wio]*c Newell^ Lyric Tenor,  Y    Emory Pnrii������>-ll, the Oue-  ���������   ���������   y, '-Mnn Bartd;*' * . -.  " -'���������  DRAMATIC  "Mre. Templo"������ Tc]p������ram;n  lieyd M.t>ti-opo8ilaii Player*  MAGIC  DiivIr, MrteStmr Maf?ioin������������.  Ticket Sale on Now *  CAPTAIM T. H|imMoRR  UI>TONI  'Srtr-orttm-ion  Thrvuqr,   -l~-rt~m.'l&t,.m  First ninth* of Chautauqua. ������^,lY',U*w^  -:yz  IPSItllpSi^^  !TH^ REVIEW. CKESTON, B. O,  THAT DRY COUGH  ���������art     STMr&rfVfcaaniSB'SWBere  13 BKUFiUlilld  If neglecied, it will weaken the  throat and perhaps reach Lhe 'lungs.  Kothins* surer^Jo lielp you quickly  than lhe healing: soothing vapor' of  Calarrhozorre. Its action is magical,  4~r*.vi congested spot is healed, irritation ib soothered away, phlegm and  Secretion are cleaned out, all symptoms of Aveak throat. Catarrh, Eron-  rhitis"di-5appears.~ Cataa-rhozon*e--is a  genuine, scientific preparation. Sold  ������������������everywhere in three sizes, 25c, 50c  and one dollar for a complete two  months treatment. Prepared by Catarrhozone Co.. Montreal.  NADA      BV    KMKOR MARSDEN   EfJOf  i*  Potilluhed  *ey   .-***pe<?Sal  jSnaiegenient  with lite .Author  l  much interested Sn. the orders that  were being passecTon to-the cook that  I could scarcely eat my lunclieon.  Mary translated. "Ham and" means  ham and eggs; "Pork afid," pork and  beans <an_extraordinary popular dish,  apparently); "Pour poached on two,"  is two orders o������Y poached eggs, on  i-oasj^. vaisry t*6ns me that she ones  heard the last order given- as "^dain  and Eve on a raft/* but I think that  story was made' up** for my special  uenejit.) As a llstsneil I had a vision  of the staid head-waiter in the quiet  hotel where we .always stay, wherr-we  go to London. I shall never he satis-  tied with a mere head-waiter again.  In the .afternoon we took a tram to  lhe City Park.     It is about five miles  from Main Street.     One goes that distance on Portage Avenue���������another of  the  old trails���������and  then  crosses  the  { Assiniboine River on a fearfully seasick    pontoon     bridge.        The    park, i  which is left as much as possible' in j  its    natural    state, is really beautiful,'  although the trees are small and the  _r-~*.    -x~rMMt.tm.     tmf������M*U.~- S.    S~f B. *C������e  '*  STfee Wosd-srful fe-arbsl l>alta for te������  Saffies & -txlsk diees&a. 4SS3, alS isslsrs.  (ConUnued)  Winnipeg.  June 17th, 19���������.  1 'his has been a busy y?eek.  Sunday morning we went to St.  - John's Cathedral. St. John's, in spite  ci its impressive name, is hut a tiny  place, no larger than our smallest'vil-  3age ch-urclies. It is built of native  tstone, and is surJounded by a quaint  eld graveyard in which I was glad to j  wander for half an hour after the ser-  wice.  On Monday I went sightseeing, with  Mary as guide.  She took me first to the City Hall.  Architecturally it leaves much to he  desired;���������it looks like a cross between  n wedding-cake and a mosque; but I  was interested in the pictures of the  mayors, and I fell in love with the  pretty little Council Chamber���������it  would be simply perfect for private  theatricals.  We then went to the roof of the  pinion- Bank, "Winnipeg's-- highest  building. I understand that in New  York and Chicago there are office-  buildings four times as high, but I am  pure I do not wish to practise mountain-climbing in them���������the Union  - Bank is quite high enough. But the  view Irom the top was worth the dizzy  feeling.  By this time it was noon, and'with  my luncheon I had another novel experience. I never heard of a "Dairy  launch" at home���������doubtless they can  3be found in the larger cities if one  knows where ro look for them���������and to  xne it was an entirely new experience  to aet as-my own waitress and newer  {.till to hear my orders, paraphrased  beyond recognition, shouted through  a cuvnb-waiter to an invisible cook.  One goes into the lunctt-FOom, takes  a tray and the necessary dishes from  a counter, together with whatever  food if? already cooked, and fhen. picks  out a table for one's self.      I vras s&  Stitch in  I line  Quick a-cHion is the only hope  ���������when kidney disease appears.  There is a whole tram of dread-  ftsS]y r������ainftil and fatal ailments  ���������which soon FoSJow any neglect to  ���������������#���������* lhe lading's right. Among  olhers are rheumatism, lumbago.  Bright's drscasc, hardening of the  sritrie.ii and high blood pressure.  In   Dr.   Chase's   Kidney-Liver  Pitts   you   wil]   find   *   treatment  | which k both quick and thorough.  Mr. C. E. R.nymur-, Lmdnle,  Alta., ivritea:-���������  "I  wi* * ������������������������������*������������������ I  nuffere*   fiom. kidney  r.li���������������������������* an<J I ������*me bud* f-or m*o*������ than  ������ y#r*r. A trimti ni mine one ������!������y  t-cl-dl m<: *������( Dr, OiM-eV Kidney-L������v*r  P5ISe������, *nd ���������ectiri*** v.pon Itii ��������� dviewi I  ���������Jeti-rd th*m. After I had tiVn one box"  3 ir-h Ix-tterv u> ] coi-*nnu-*J ut'ltl I h-ct  urn) J]\c hci.tf!, Ry ll.il tit fit 1 .t'.t  jun lAJtlt ftnrl ������1ronii; nt e.vitr, an<i am nlaetl  ���������to r<c������mmer rt-eJ Dr, Oinw'i KidrKj-  Livr Pil!$ Jo. anyone ������vi-*tiit��������� ** I  tii-tZ  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver  Pill*, one pill n riotf* 25c a bo*,  ,������ir dr<ilf������ri, or F.rlmitn.i'on, Bat** &  Co., Lid,. Toronto.  9JT.     NT.    V-    14-3:1  grass isJ not like^' English grass. A  home has been provided here for quite  a good collection of - ~the native ani:  mals. I saw .several kinds of deefj  woives, foxes, buffaloes,, badgers,  bears and one heart-broken old eagle.  The animals are all fairly tame and I  got some excellent pliotographs. I  have been afraid to admit it to the  Arnolds,- but I was disappointed in  the buffaloes���������by the way, only the  pedantic ealL tliem bisons here, I  expected to' see majestic creatures at  least as large as elephants, and what  I did see looked very much like the  badly foseussed picture that I took of  some Highland cattle the first summer I had my camera. I went too  close to the cattle, and as a result the  heads and fofequarters were about.  twice as big In the- picture as they  should have been.  And ;now for the most important  thing that has yet found a place in my  ���������Gisry..  Each day since T reached Winnipeg  I have read the "Situations, Vacant"  column in the various papers, and on  Monday I saw the very thing I had  been watching for.  "WANTED:   At  once,   a  working  - companion-      Comfortable     home  for   the   right  party.       $20.00   per  month.        Apply^ to    Mrs.    John  Fiske, Elba, Manitoba."  I wrote a letter    o������    application    and  then    went    to    talk the matter over  -with  Mrs.  Aronld.       To my  surprise  and consternation she was'horrified.  "A working companion in Canada is  the same thing as a general servant  in England," she said when -the first  exclamations were over. '"'The work  and the surroundings will not be what  you expect, and you will meet with  disappointment and, difficulty at ev.ery  turn. What will your mother say to  me if I countenance so ridiculous a  project?"  "Mother knew what my plans were  beiore I left home." f answered.  "But your mother does not know to  what the realizing of those plans  would "lead." In the first place, you  wouid lose caste . . ."  . "I thought that* caste was an unknown quantity in Canada," I interrupted, rather - rudely, 'i fear."' '"At  any rate, I came-here for experience,  and I am' certain that yl shall never  learifc to farm while I stay in Winnipeg as your guest."  Mrs. Arnold laughed.  .-"My    dear    Elinor,"    she; went on,  "Canada' cannot compare: with India iti:  the matter of caste, Yuor    even   Svitlr  England;   hut   I   think; you   willy .find,  that   wherever,   there is poverty an<l  wealth, employer and employ'ed, there'1  will'be castejalso. ���������:������������������.-      Z.Z'Pyi?' --'''���������������������������  "As    to    experience���������well, you will  probably  get more  than  you bargain  for.      By tlie time you have done the  washing, scrubbed*'the'"'floors,  cooked  the dinner in a red-hot kitchen lull of  flies,  and milked twelve    cows,    you  nmy feel like going into the subject of  scientific farming, but 1 doubt it.  "Of course there js just a chance  that you may find a place that will  suit you, but. you are taking a big  risk, Promise me that you will not  post your application until you have  consulted Mr. Arnold."  I promised. But what followed  could sen reely be called a consultation, for Mr. Arnold oply laughed at  me. I hate fo he'laughed at, so, ;iust  the1 least'bit annoyed. I started my  letter on its wn.VT Yesterday 1 received Mrs. Fiske'a reply, in which  she cuHkod me io leave for Elba n!  once. As fioon-fls t hart read it, I went  lo air. Arnold, and, fully convinced  now that Hie matter was not a Joke,  hf,*- save nie a fatherly little lecture  alonK the Harae lines us Ihat delivered  by MrH, Arnold,  flowevor. wlnsn TSIInor Eliot makes  up her mlml It is made up to stay,  and the only concession I would make  waa to agree fo Mra. Arnold'ti BUgges-  tion* that Mary nlVotiUI ko with me t.o  Elba-anil sln.v wiih me until I was  mcj.. by my onrip?oyf,'r. Thjrf one"  word "emriloeyei'" rnnkes me f������el ns If  I were a Indy'fl. mnid, bnt. theft ilficrt is  dono and "England expects .  etc," To be finite honc������t, 1 am aw-  fu!lu  n-rvorj".  Tbc Arnolds hav-ft been ro good to  rnr- steinl Usuvft made my vlnit with them  ho plr-aRHnt that it KOPiriR nnftmt-flful  le������ Lrc-av���������*.*-. Ih������rrn It)  llil^v/ay.      AHhouKh  !'Jj-e.-J'     i.(,*jjjl(     It.     Ill IX* Yer    <tt    Xtlf    Xii    K<>    ���������**<>  ElbH, thtyr hsivt- t\ow. ftve-rytbinK Ihey  rjoulri to IhjIp rne Ut uiy pr-hiwimllonH,  quI-tR mh S^ - wr-ro actii-K in nc-dord*  ancov with thftlr advlmo, It, l������ tutch u  i������l4*st9.������rp. fo mt-F-i ppof.)**, who do not  UftWt. npr,n ri ���������i-r'sntrnry opinion a������, nn  hi'M-'U !  Am) of Otif t\\\r.f. f tsm ntstrr-. If  Uiy vee-ntnr-ft f-ill������ tint, f return In (hem,  -tan.   will  \.W-ti   fr'til:  leulMe  <���������!.* In Dllufi  .eritll  +h������t.e.d lljisi, j  i/Tfe hi* miUliuiec'll I  Watch Your Brain  Take care ,of your brain. It is" the  most wonderful- part of your body,  and yet .you take more care of e^ery  other organ. You exercise your limbs.  You develop your, muscles. You  worry about your intestines. But  you seldom, bother about your brain.  For example, you- allow poisonous-  thoughts to enter it as if the hrain  could thrive on poison. You would,  die father than swallow* a pint of  cholera germs, but you permit deadly  thoughts to injure the beautiful machinery of your brain. Keep your  brain as clean as your bodj\���������Londdn  Sunday Express.  m oi-- n _>t  now one isuesui  Need The Doctor  WHY  JOHN  DODD'S  HAMILL      PRAISES  KIDNEY  PILLS  Could Hardly  Move A Miisd������  ar*  hor sen uays  ' iZ. _ y  Winnipeg Man Was In~Mis>  ery Day And. Night From  Rheumatism'-. Before   He  Beg-an    Taking"   Tanla^  Hasn't A Twinge. Left.  When    I    started    t^i-ng Tanlac I  i was-almost down and out, but now I'm  -strong     enough     to    do   any kind  of  work,"  said   Joseph  A.   Hngbes,   lots  Magnus Ave., "Winnipeg?"  "Some time ago" I had a "severe attack of rheumatism and for ten davs.  .j  I could hardly niove, much less get  out of bed. When I got up I was ������b  ^���������eak and vin-suc1i pain I just couid  hobble around. My back hurt -continually an'd my arms and feet ached  all the time.      I had headaches so bad"  could "hardly See, couki "get but little  n-d was in misery day and*  night.  '"But today I am well .and strong  and it's all due to Tanlac. I haven't  an ache or pain in my body5" feel, fine  all the lime and have picked up'several pounds in -freight. I prize Tanlac above all other medicines."^-"  Tanlac is sold by all good druggists.  When     He    Found    Them    His    Wif*  Found     Relief.      - That's     why - he  Tells     Sufferers     to     use      Dodd's  Kidney Pills.  Marietown, Sask.���������(Special).���������Mr.  John Hamill, a well known and highly respected resident here, is a firm  believer in Dodd's Kidney Pills.  "I speak on behalf of my wife," Mr.  Hamill says, when asked the reason  why. "She has been ailing for years.  I had doctors attending her but she  didn't seem to-get any better.  ~"At last I found Dodd's Kidney Pills  and my wife found relief. She kept  taking them from time to time. Now  she doesn't need the, doctor.  "Also since childhood Mrs. Hamill  has been a sufferer from constipation.  She found relief from that in Diamond Dinner Pills."  * Nine^tenths of the ills that dog the  pathway of suffering women come  from diseased kidneys. Ask your  neighbors 3f Dodd's Kidney Pills do  not make��������� strong/'ib.salt hy kidneys. 1  The paisley design is being reproduced in many different materials^  and to find it in a sports dress of vel-  ette is indeed a surprise._r This model  is a very interesting one and is worn  Here with a diem hat matching in tone  .and trimmed with silver edge ribbon.  ������-e ���������-.-*  Will. Operate Xarge Stock Ranch v  yZDriyWZ HY Gesddes and his brother  have purchased the 14,000-acre property of. the Columbia Valley Archards."  Ltd. It is understood that the owners will utilize; a-large area of their  holdings as a stock ranch.  "Fingerprints"   of  a  Cow's  Nose  New   Method   cf   identification   of   the  Bovine Family  According..to a jilan instituted in  Minneapolis lately, more than 2.000  prints of cow's nose have been filed.  William E. Peterson, superintendent  of the official, testing bureau of that  State, says nose prints are as infallible as fingerprints, and that every  pedigreed cow should be so registered.  The chairman of the International  Association of Identification and editor of the Detective, said that the plan  is receiving such favorable support iu  Minnesota, that it will become national.  "I have gone into the matter and i  find-that a cow's nose never changes,-'.'  he said, "it is the same as with fingerprints. So many purchasers have  been swindled by substitution of low  grade stock.for pure blooded,-that 1he  Wise purchaser hereafter will look for  a noseprint" identification."   P ..     ��������� 1  National Parks Value  The national parks m Canada last  year brought $18,000,000 into. Canada  through tourists, according to asa estimate given by Hon. Charles Stewai-t,  Minister of the Interior, given in the  Dominion House of Commons r-e-  cently.  Miller's Worm Powders not only  make the infantile-s>stem untenable  for worms, but by their action on ihe  stomach, iiver and bowels they correct such troubles as lack of appetite,  biliousness and other internal disorders that the worms create. Children,  thrive upon them and no matter whai  condition their worm-Infested stomachs may.be in,, they will show improvement as soon as fhe treatment  begins. ������, -   ��������� -  The eating of sauerkraut tends to  the prolongation of? Iranian 'life, according 1o some medical sciemisls.  Worms feed upon fhe vitality ot  children and endanger their Hrves.  A simple and effective remedy is  Mother Graves" Worm Exterminator  * The number . thirteen is n^ver  used by the Italians in making up  their lotteries.  Love/is 1 Ike. feeasfcltK.es s-  felt but not described.  -it  ean be  n  mmmm  H*4,^"   --?Zr.'^-  ^g^s^oum,  Mbtad^ ������ ������ ��������� ������ w������ e������.$MF 0 3      ^ubi^ UpW "  \m     %Jv H  ymm~m%  n. wiStt  i&Mntittttito&od^yjteft^ffl  i  PmM  M**i  ��������� Piftipiw,  Y'Y'.**'.''1!  ��������� Mm  ipsa* Z'X'  jrlbtvt-M4tMtx ...    ' - I *  I i*i*v!i    H .  'M*������*S,*te-S5ip  - ..  l,i|i;..,t..ul  *������������St*al  MQKTBEAJ:  &pec^'-'1paxB''of:������  That Baby should have a.bed of its" bwini; all ar������ agreed.  Y-et it  is more reasonable for an injfant to sleejn witix grown-ups than to tise  a man's medicine in an attempt to rcEulate the delicate oreaniKm of  that same infant. Either practice is to be shunned- Neither wotdd  be tolerated by specialists in children's diseases.  Your Physician will tell you that'Baby's medicine must -^  prepared wlth;even greater care than BaWia food.      ',    ;       J  A Baby's stomach when im g<K������diieaitn is too often disarranged  by improper food. Could you for a moment, then, tlijnl^, of giving  to your ailing child anything but a medicine especially prepared  for Infants and Children? jDo-n'it btt deceived^,,,'        ZZ,.-���������  --. Make a mental note - of thte:~<I<t 3s impoirtaiit, Mothere, that  you should remember that to function well, the digestive otigana of  .your Baby must receive special care. No Baby is so Abnormal that  the'desired results'may. be had from the use of medicittes jsrin^fly.  prepared for grown-ups. **.;   , ��������� Y"'-': *.:*;,-v\;.        '...".'^.',  MOTHERS 5II0UI.O HEAD TIIE GO0IUF.T TNAI 18 AROUND EVEI1V DOTTIC OF rLETOHER'S; OA&YdniA '  Bears the Signature of  Eauici Co0v of Wrapper. g^ig?3E������E������^^  ^40-  i-^l  .*$  Oilieft's/IJye j&an h& used for so many purposes that tfteir  ������ni4n^������"������ilGSir-y.a.*er*S      vrvuid     ~5*~i   . ii^p������3Si**5a*fe������*J---2; OS* -'-������;X'Si.������������*frl������������  GIiiettes I^ye caii be used for jnaking soap, in washing  dishes, alsora'^.a^dislnfectkilltJ   For softening hard- water  Asr;-"^.. means, of removing grease and smofce status,  .These are only a few of its many uses, hUt they: serve  to indicate wh������^ has made Gsllett's S-.ye such a general  household utility to-day������,      --"    - -": ,JV-'  l*������ *���������*-��������� n~   .   G?--'2LtL.   -TJL'-A,.-.*,   .I** *    i"        ������������������������._        Jfy~x.-mx0m_._m, mm.  t~  j.m-*  i -'���������s  I  'TP.  "iThsj United Stales Red Cross, after  ���������sight -year^of work; during which it  expended morejthan $400,000,000, -will  ctcso its ,5;;aiii activities in Burope at  the end of June.  -The GaHeemore Creamery .in Tip;  3>erary lias been burned.- It -was one  oi- tho.se .taken oyei^ &'*>**>- tliesowners;  toe Gle&veS-jMvo^.Zlpy^ ^itoe ^workers,-  -wrho hoisted" a redyilagrover -it.. '  -   ;  .'Finn  Malmgren,   a  Crop Report" ShowsJncr>eased Acreage  Y-According to .the' first season's, crop  "report - of ths Canadian Pacific Railway the, total acreage prepared for  seeding in tlie three prairie provinces:  ^--3.6,468,548" as"compared with 12,785,-  750Yin 1921, "an increase o������ nearly 29  per cent. "Manitoba has an increase  or, 14 per cent .in both summerfallow  and-fall ploughing; Saskatchewan an  increase of 12 per cent, in new "brealc-  ing and-93 per cent, in summerfallow;  Alberta shows an increase of Z-Va per  cent.-in new-breaking and- 21 per cent,  in sitimneTfa-How.       ':,  A "Trifetsfs i������ t!ow*d. George  American.-Paper Commends His Work  at Genoa 'Conference  -   Though ' the    ^French extremists of  the-Andre -Tardieu    type    may    hold |-with ereolin, using ti line spray, fleas  scientist, is leaving for  to join .the- Amundsen, North. Polar expedition, according to a Reuter des-  patch from Christiania, Norway.  The   economic  treaty , between .Poland and"-Germany Settling th'e Upper  Sflesian. question- between -tlie two nations, -was signed ta the- presence of  the-Council of the Lieague of Nations  and many oilier interested spectators.  The^Grandview Jgranek:o������the Boyal  Bank,.Napier ^Street* and-Commercial  .Drive, v-was-held,,up  by  three  arin.e.d  men and robbed of $1,000 or $1,500 in  cash.      The men escaped in "an" anto-  snobile."'     _ -  The crews" of four German steamers,  whiciiyfor,-weeks were icebound in the  Gulf of Riga, were supplied regularly  with fresh "bread by Latvian military  aviators. Fishermen reported , the  vessels mailing short of 'provisions  and airmen from Riga _ made..trips  every- few days carrying food for1 the  sailors" the bread -being -dropped In  sacks oxfJ,the ice "near" tlie hemmed  ta steamers. '  ' -  young Swedish | |f Tormented With Corns,  Seattle, Wash., |Jfi_ r_. j nij ������p.  4.  Use Good Old "Putnam's1  '    ' '.J ' - __* ���������-      \      *  It*& really a simple thing to remove  your-corns, and without-pain,"if you  apply Putnam's Painless Cora Extractor; It acts like magic, lifts out the  corn, root and branch, leaves the skin  smooth as silk". - No failure with  "Putnam's," 25c everywhere.  that- his own - words justify all their  fulminations and all their charges  against .him; though they may think  ihey .have found new reasons to  complain of, the measure of support  he has given French ideas and plans,  the world at" large will commend the  British Premier's endeavors', and .-will  see in the -Genoa conference something more "than-a last desperate ^effort to , save a bad situation. They  will recognize it as an endeavor to  - Malize on a'carefully conceived and  nurtured plan, for the reconstruction  of Europe; and whether Leloyd  George fails or succeeds in?- his designs-he will stand" the higher in the  estimation __of... 'aaaen for wtiat lie* has  done.���������^Detroit" Free Press.  Sanitation and Cleantiness Are Essential -for Success  ' In my last letter "l told of the possibilities of fur farming and why it  should be profitable in the west. I  will now try to tell you how it should  "be carried on jto���������-haye. the -greatest |n-_  crease, in your stock.   ~ .   . \  ..There - arVY-soirie" very , jinportanjt  things to consider in fur farming and  the most essential are to get the very -  best stock" to start with. Another is  proper feeding and still another is the  sanitary, problems of your"^ ranch,  .which if neglected mean failure io-i������-  produce the kind of animal that  brings the highest market price.  Wild animals in captivity are not  subject to many diseases if sanitation  -is strictly enforced. To do this one  must" start early in the spring or as  sobn_as it is advisable to go into the  ���������ranch and feeep everything scrupulously, clean in the pens aJtd houses, and  iC the houses are sprayed once a week  ' Past Winter Good for Trappers  According to the mail received from  the far north the past winter has  proveST ar most "successful one to the  "Indians and Eskimo trappers, and  good catches of furs are reported.  Bounding prosperity in the far north-  land is the keynote of all advices received. *  EVERYW0MAN  ���������7wi.ll be kept away and you will not  have to use anything on your animals.  All feeding dishes should be first  washed In clean water and then boiled and set in the sun until again used,  and, every dish used in preparing the  food should be treated the same after  it is usedso that nothing will become  ^tainted in the least. All food that is1  ���������carried over from one meal to another  'should' be protected from flies, etc.,  -either by screens or in a cooler, and  food should be fed as fresh as- it is  possible to procure it. It 3s true  that some animals will eat food that  has gone bad, but it is just as true  that this food is jiot good for them  andYwill sooner or later cause trouble.  It is better to feed milk in the evening after the weather becomes hot  and muggy, as it does not sour as  quickly in the cool" of the evening as  it does in the sun of the day.���������W. G.  ���������Church, Inspector.  'BEAUTY OF THE SKIN  f3 iiie -natural v desire oi every -irmnaa.  and is obtainable -by tlie n&e of Tit.  CS*ase'sOinfcmeni. Pimples, blacL.ln.-ads,  -TOURhnvss. and rtedness of tha skin,  irritation and eczonja -<a5aaj>i>esr, and  .th? RkiiT ia left soft. esrooofb and vel v^t j  AU dealers, or Edinan^on. B������tt>s A- Co .  Eiiuiited, Toronto. SamM* 3ree if yon  laoaifon This paj>er  Rhone Most Rapid River  The most rapid  river in the world  of any size is the    River    Rhone,    ia  France,   "whose    current    ranges    aa  high as ^ forty miles an hour.  RHEUMATIC IKLATMENT  Bad Job.  Hobson.���������Sir,    1    am    i  man. ~ . ~  Dobson.���������Who    interrupted  Tit-Bits.  se! C-made  you?-  Quito,   capital'..of, Equador,   Is   the  rxxxt���������      r.S-ir    '4 .x-      fix rx     t������������j*-i������1*3       tr*,.... 4-t. rl       J-.V*. -i 4Sv 4.  Omy      Cjl*J.       AJtJi      fcAi-S        7TU11U      XtAVrtX-t-i-t.     t-XX **  XM^Xr  equator. .   '   -      ���������    ~: - ��������� -   -'  Has an awful struggle. Lots to do,  all kinds of _ worry, poor -appetite^  headaches, weakness. Her- one desire Is for more" strength and better  health. What sickly worn out -^p-  menyneed 3s a cleansing, "blood purtfy-  U.S. Settlers for P*eace River-  A large volume of agricultural set-  tlersfrom "Wyoming to the Peace River country is expected- this  summer,  ing remedy like Dr. Hamilton's. Pills. I and recently^ the vanguard of twenty-  This wonderful medicine " clears out  the wastes from the system, regulates  the bowels,-helps the blood.- To look  your bestTto feel fit and fine all day,  to be free from lassitude and headache, use Dr^Hamilton's" l'ills regularly--"- 25& a"t all dealers ov The Ca-'  -tarrhozone Co., IVTontreal  five families from that State arrived.  Francis James, a prominent Wyoming  rancher, states that big tracts of land  are to be taken up in the area for  ranching purposes. '.  ���������rtaliiyi ill ;aiiy yffisi#iM  "Risl-fts for Fee-din** ������asr*'' Csiils  Sudden  Changes   fn   Feeds   LiabTe t-o  Cause    Loss    in    Gains    or  Production  The Dominion Animal Husbandman  sets down in No. 68 of the Experimental Farm circulars three very concise  and explicit  rules for feeding  dairy  cattle.     The first is: Never overfeed^  the second, Feed according-to the individual - needs   and   desires of each  animal; and the third, Feed regularly  both ">-  to the hours of feeding and  the character oC the feeds.     Relative  to the last, the Animal Husbandman  points   out    that    sudden changes in  feeds arc liable to" cause not only a  loss in gains or production, but Vill  often induce ailments  such as diarrhoea, bloat, milk fever,   etc.,   all   of  U'hlch are__described  Iu  the   circular  with      suggested       treatment       and  remedies.  <5i^nt T������|������scope Almost Completed  After nearly a ^year's .labor the ten-  ton telescope being built by T.n S. JI.  Sherman at Vancouver for C H.  Fryfe, of Seattle, is Hearing completion. The glass Is ten feet in diameter and it is estimated that the instrument will make visible four hundred million stars.  This Trouble Can Oniy be Got Rid of  by Enriching the Blood -  " In no disease does the blood becomo  thin so rapidly as in rheumatism. J>Joc  only    does    it become thin, but at is  - loaded with rheumatic poisons. Without proper, treatment these poisons increase,    the   general health is undermined, the inflamed joints swell, and  are  -very   painful,"and often the sufferer becomes crippled.  Dr.  Williams'   Pink   Pills  build   up  ; the blood and enable It to cast out the  rheumatic    poisons    with the naUu-al  '  secretions ofthe body,   thus   driving  out the pains and benefitting the general health.     Bound proof   of   these  stateme&ts is offered by Mrs. George  Stanley,    Sparta,    Out., who  says:���������  "For a number of years I" was troubled  with rheumatism, which at times vras  very painful.     My general health waa  also    affected,    and    I could scarcely  drag-myself around.    I had been doctoring a good deal, but did not get  any better,-until one day my daugbter  brought   me   a    box of Dr. Williams*  Pink. Pills.      By the time these weie  used I could notice a slight improvement, and I continued taking the pills  until I had used abopt a dozen boxes,  by which time I felt like a new person  ���������and looked like one.    I could do my  work with ease, and have since enjoyed the best of- health.- -  X, have since  repommended Or.-Waljiams* Pink Pills  to.'^several 'others'' who received'the  same benefit as myself."  The best time to begin taking I>r.  Williamsr Pinfe Pills is the, moment  you feel,the least bit.out of sorts. The  sooner you do so iiie sooner you. will  regain your old-time energy. You can  get ~these pills through any medicine  dealer or by mall postpaid at 50 cents  a box or six boxes for $2.50 from The  Dr. Williams* Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  HOW'S THIS?  HAUG'S CATARRH MEDICINE will ao  what wo claim for it���������rid your system ot  Catarrh or S>e���������fne?s caused by catarrh,  We do not 'recommend It for any other  disease.  HALeIVS CATARRH MEDICINE is a  liquid, taken internally, and acts through,  the blood upon lhe mucous surfaces of  the system, thus reducing the inflammation and assisting Nature in restoring:  normal conditions.  -   All Druggists,      Circulars free.  F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio.  "Vfyomen   represent   nearly ,.40    pejr  cent, of ally the bank de$osUoi?s?i������ the-  United States.  .'elj  ���������')<  MADE in the cup at the  table.   (Just  add hot water, and stir thoroughly).  Delightful and refreshing, a satisfying  tne^ltime * -drink i for comfort and;'. health.,  ** ���������. There's  neve^-ariyt,,,'protest J-from * *: dis-  tressed nerves afterward,  '. ;Ec<)i^micai''fbr -ftMnily 'ii^~:the\iar^:  ���������tee tin of Instant P<^t^^ will serve 90-to  100 cups.      *" " '"'������������������.' "    ���������:[ ���������'  For Health's Sake drink  <Z- Nation-wide. Fame���������There -Ib scarcely a corner of this "great Doiwlnioh  where the merits of Dr. Thomas* Eclectrie 031 have' not ��������� heen, tried and  proved. It is one of the World's most  clllcierit remedies Cor sore throat;  lame back and.. many other ailments  Arising from inflammation. Rubbed  "on the'skin lis heal ing. pow;er Is readily absorbed, and it can also be token  internally,        ���������*,:. '������������������"?.".;'������������������ .'-?-'?'.. -        ?- ���������  New truth is found noL by kicking  at the old but by Using it as a foundation.  Minard's Liniment u&pd by Physicians  The first man to wear a silk hai ii\  the streets of London was arrested  for creating a riot.  Insftaint "Postum  ;'.: 4tTkete*s a Reason*'  *  t.  Made, by Canadian Post um Cereal Co.. t,tdL  ���������  ���������" Win<d s-or'p Ontario  .^mUgSSA  ,; S^eeina Good  Jin Everyone  .Y"We may, iC: way clvope make the  worst;of one another^' Every;���������person  has Ws wooli polnta;' every one has  litis faults-; we may nnilte the worst oC  fciiese; wb iuay'fijc oui" "'aiteutllon cott-  btakitly upgn tliofle. y.But wo may also  make the best of one another. Wo  may forgive; even aii w hope to he  jtpvgivesi. Wc may x>ut���������ourselves In  Vhe place oC others and ask what we  Bhomld wish to 6e done to us and  thought,of us hi the'li*. i>taco. Ity lov-  iiig whatever la lovs&blo iu. Lhoae  around us, love"will flow.ba-clc from  them to us aud will become Hlco Heaven; a������d we shall become not unworthy foliow^rR of Jlim whoso ��������� inter-  ual uuimei Is Lovo'���������-Dean Stanley.  There la no po������sonou&~"l:igredient in  Holloway's Corn. Remover," aud it can  be used witjiout danger or injury.  Meat Dishes Rare iir Greece  la droece there   are y hundreds   of  families    wlio   never taste meat during the entire j*oar"except   oa   New  Year's Day and at Easter.  MONEY ORDERS  ���������-!���������-  Buy your out oj town supplies witU J>e>-  rain^on Express Money Order*. lvive dollars costs ttiree cents. ���������  IsV'-   .i.r.;:@\wi$EWFri..A.   ,:";''.'''. ;������*-Buv'rxs.'!S;o-rcs'*,'G hi sZZlc- "rt'"  Get '/Tree SarnpS fr.o/n YctfrDrugwst  :    At   the    Yarmouth   Y.M.C.A.   Boys  Camp, held at Tuskct Falls in August,  I found .Minard's Liniment most beneficial for sunburn, on immodlate r������-  UeC, I'or colic and toothache. *...*'*  . , Alfred ~2tokcc, ..  General Secy.  Minard's)       Linl*m,oi������t       Lumberman's  r FMeu'd  "'Tlie    baby   la crying because he  enn't pull the twr out oC    your   muff,  mother.     What, nh-nll. T -nor*  "CJlve htm the cat." ,  BLACK  Cm-  100% PROTECTION FOR LIFE  (torn onev^-xinan'on -w������h  Sutter's LiouId  or ������otld  tickler/A-tWressln. Ah...  lutd*.' sal?, Ciitie*'* iv-lid Abetch-  ���������in Injretow work just like DJacklen  Kll Inkcsxsr*. HCuntta-.apret.~x  '. is imobtaitvabJe locally, *kci\<  Tbe Cutter- Lnborntory  **��������� T*������ l~th.r~r.rr that J-~*..t n.tf"  ��������� Derkclev (U.S..License) C������lifo������iU .  N.W ���������OM Sty'-* Priik-vtrr -aivl TillVaacine-i tiiVL tnv-tr  itsctbote wiiopceefetrtbcatu "  OoohTs Gottoa Root Compotifi^  Jl tuft. nUiiahl* r-niiiallntt  ttnut-ws-n*.   Bold it.  iLtie- da*  ������r<w������ ol ������tfanctH���������No.   \ Its  io. 1, $3; No. 3, Hi p<*eT Ibox.  1 by all druutivta.,<  >r������p������ld   Oik   tefCellpt   ol  Bold by -a.il -dniEgtaia, of trat  |vr������p������i(i one  *efc*ilpl  ol   priro.  V*r>*������      p������-m*(>l������Ul^        J.Jtlioaj  .TStC CO 05? MCDsBCJlBaC C0^'  IfitOlTO, 0MT. Vmmtlt X.Mitu'i  W.    N.    U.    1431  Mornings _,  Ot-ooum - C~ *tt~04s~s^ a-- Hocilthyi |  Writ* <W !>'*��������� ty'm Cttrm ItooM H���������������*������������������������������ Ce>.Oil<������������������. U tm, \ *  A,mPrJ*������*a.*������  notie-M  SX>S Tt-t*mfiMU-ii  BOOK   ON  ���������poo nryK.vswf*  Rticl   llow   lo   I*V������-ii  Mulled    Vrett-   tn any  A<S������iirf**������a l'5" it iti  ���������   AiallioJ  rs.  CB.A.Y  cu.ovx*;a  CO... IS^r  ������*������  ���������OH4*I '*'  v.*.-I.  V,H. fl.  wmam  M.m\pr*mmmimmm*tMmmm.MMm  imatmm~*  SeSSSSSSSSSSS!  mmmmmm  mmmmmiiM W^r,  -ppiy.  THE  CHESTOS  BEVUBW  f  WATER  USE ANO STOf-AQE  Take notice thafc Canyon City Lumber Company. Limited, whose address  is Creston. B.C.. will apply for a  license to talte atid use of Ten (10) acre  feet, and fco store Ten <10) acre feet of  water out of North Brunch of Floyd  Creek, which flows south and drains  into Goat- River abont one mile from  flam, The storage dam will be located  at the Company's mill on Lots 209 and  210 of Lot.gLSJY The capaHty of the  reservoir is aljoutThk'ee (3) aci;e feet,  and lit will fiond -about three-quarters  acres, of land. The .water*-'will be  damped iii,the stream at.the Com.-  panyjs mill, and witt be used for mill  pondY steam, and *- domestic purposes  upon the millsite. described, es Lots  209 ajjd^IOiv,������.^. 812, G.JL. K.D.  Tbjs.,: notie^ Y was portedY on the  the ground on ~the;l7th day. of May.  1922Y:y*'A**j copy ;of; this notice and aa  application, pursuant.thereto and t~d..  the.,Wja^;^)^^0i4.;'^]I.'v'.l3e;'-Ble4i in  the o3Sce off the "'WHt*i-':l^poi$er..at  Neiso^, JE������. C, Objection to the' application'*'may beYflled with the said  Water. Recorder,"or with the Coiiip  t roller ".'of Water Rights. Parliament  Building^Victoj-ia, B.C.. within thirty  .days after the first appearance,of this  notice^^.;*awles*^l,*iie^s5������^Br.;"''  v- CA^6^-,CITy;LUMBBB  C<^PANlk LTI?.. Applicant.  Ry :.CH^.;p.-' EQBGE! R S.; Agen t,,  The d"4-eof-^fche first publication  of.  this notice is May 19. 1922.  WAFER AfQT/Qi  OW������flS/OW .4/VD  USE  -  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Take notice that Charles Orin Rodgers,  ���������whose address is Creston, B-P., will apply for  a license to* take and use 50 acre feet and 500  pallons daily of -water out of Hall Creek, -which  flows south-westerly and drains into Rykert  Creek, about one and a half miles.  The water i#ill be diverted frem the Btream  at a point on No. 1 branch, about 1235 feet northwesterly from the N.E. -corner of IiOt 682. also  about SCO feet due south of N.E- corner of Lot  (582 on No. 2 branch. Also on .No. 3 branch at a,  poiut206.feetftuaefeast of-eea-stboundaryoflsot  H62, saidpointbeineaboujb 1646 feet due.south  of N.K, ecorberof said X*)t���������62Kand will be used  for irrigation and domestic gurposes "upon the  land described as Lot 662, G1, K-oorenay  District.  This ilotlce was posted on the geound on the  8th day of May, 1922. A copy of this notice and  and an application pursuant thereto and to the  "Water Aet,:191it," will be filed in the offie of  Water Recorder'Kecorder at Nelson. - Objections to the application may bs filed with the  said Water Recorder or with the Comptroller  of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C. within thirty days after the first ap-  . pearance of this notice in a iocai newspaper.  CHAS.. O. RODGERS. Applicant.  Date of the first publication of this notice is  MayljiViasa  DIVERSION AND USE  Take notice that ���������' Charier   Orin  *      -:���������-*./  Rodgers,  lEre  whose address is Creston, B.C.. -will apply for a  license to take and use 500 gallons daily of  water out of nnnatned spiring or pond the overflow of which-flows-westerly and. drains inlo  north-westerly portion of Section 9, about half  mile north-westerly. ";'  This water will be diverted from the stream  at a point about 600 feet east of theS. W. cornet  of the northerly 80 acres of the NvW. quarter of  Section 9, and will be used Joe domestic pur  poses upon the land described as northerly 60  acres cf N.W. quart er. SvC 8, ������ i, JS-ootenay  District.'    " "*  This notice was flrst posted on the ground on  the Sin day of May, I92&. A copy of this notice  and anappllcation pursuant thereto and to the  "Water'Aet, 19M," will be filed in the office ef  the Water Jtsecorder at Nelson. Objections to  the application may be flled with the said  Water Recorder or -with the Comptroller of  Water Rights. Parliament Buildings, Victoria,  B.C., within thirty days after the flrst appear  ance of this notice in a local newspaper.  "*.   CHAS. O. ROBGBRS, Applicant.  Date of the first publication of this notice is  May 12.1922.  '.  Issued every Friday-at Creston,. B.G.  Subscription : $2.50 a year in ad vance.  $3:0Q to U.S. points.     . yv  C.F. Hayes, Editor and Owner.  CRESTON, B.d, F^ID^Y. JUNE 2  "W-.  Much Wild  President Mallandaine had a representative turnout of memhers of the  Rod a-nd Gun Club for the May meet>  ingon Thuisdsy nsght last, at; which  .routine business oceupied much of the  ti rue of the session.  The committee in charge reported  that they had planted qnite ii libera]  -supply of wild rice in the waters op  the fiats, and by. the" June meeting  would be able to report as to the^  '&W> wth.it; ie njajsi^g,. ;������nd* M.t> H-VIbb-'  sing, the Kootenay Indian ag*?nt,  ^i^e sybatingr"that the matters thee  blub bad drawn to hi* attention were  fsmder the jurisdiction of tbe provincial  police, andythey wereordered referred  to Mr. McLaren for consideration and  ���������action, r ��������� ��������� ���������' "  C. H>5 Robinson of Nelson, the  Dominion" fishery inspector, wrote  stating that certain resolutions passed  by the - clu b had , ^be-^n receivedbut  were too late to be taken cate of this  year, but they would be included in  1923 operations. He notified that the  grout season will close on November  15th. and that for this season no trout  under 8 inches in length ."could, be  legally caught.        ";���������������������������'-'    .?'��������� ���������  Both the Cranbrook and Nelson  clubs will be written to asking that  the Creston club be furnished witji,  copied of all resolutions passed by  these organizations, assuring that  Creston. would return the ctmrtesy.  and in this way more uniform rty of-  action be obtained.  F.: W. Thomas was elected to  membership, and announcement was  made that the club will put on a dance  on either, the evening of June 30th or  Dominion Day. A trap shoot will also  'be held :. on Saturday, July 1st  (Dominion Day), and all who wish to  compete should leave their names sit.  Ma wsoq Brothers'stored A sujjjiply of  anitmmition will be" on;sale *dt the:  -grounds, and a full turnout of those  "Handy with ar*rifle. is hoped for.  Men's  H-aJf Soles> $1.25  Women's Half Soles, fyl.W  Guaranteed for # months.  Secondhand Store in connection  -   with businema  ������ offering about FIFTY KITCHEN CHAIRS  that wereused in the hall upstairs, some of .these need a little glue���������anc8Siai^fc������  make them look like $2.50 chairs. We aire offering these to clea^akjm^ 4m~h.  Some are better than others, so get here early and get your choice, a^gfeF , ~ y  m~r^X.-~ ^M.de'AAX'f %JL*Jy      ^J^Af\jJ-\    ������������������'.ia.������.>.t(M, ititoKH*    a.m      tarn    ���������������**4*B_*������k������k������.d        ~--.a+mmmm^r IH������4������H(ri ������������������������������������������������������.    e.,������M*������.r>lia*** ���������.><M������������>'-������>*4**������r������--*^H*>-iiH4**������*  '  M       *^JV*4  Kyderr-iaii Plane, w@ are of faring at  f 100^00 Cash.  *."���������:'���������. *,  Men's Dress Shirts/ .  We have just opened up. a new shipment  of Men's Dress Shirts in plain white  with   seif  stripe,   and    fancy.. colored  r stripes, Some have detached collars,  others with collars attached, ranging in  price at  .m mSfSm^f     jm. tsmm^jt   *---���������**-*'*--'$   Am*~ ������  Sport Shirts  We are showmg a nice line of Sjftbjrt  Shirts ih^ plain white, also white #?th  colored collars, at $2,00, - *       ' '"���������  We are  also showing a complete line of  Canvass Shoes.      Sneaker's   in   white;^  brows  ssd ^n&vj, for oien, women and  children^ at the new prices,  LYiWITED  Chautauqua Sale  Tickets Now On  Is there any  Meat sn  the  iiouse *  This Ib the flrst qnen-  tion that prcucnts itself  to the housewife if an  unexpected visitor-drops  in for a meal. But why  worry?  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest  Quality  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  Bologna- <&c.  uri.,    always   lo    be   haul  h-ftrp,    Tn meatn noRhEn|r  'quite equals 'Bhamrock1  ���������pro<-lucl������H.  Pgff M m i^tw Hnfl ^^^  **������������������������>  iJmm. M&L.   jM**  WW flwWW  Ch toWtt L.Ut  l  The McCabe bridge crew of Sirdar  were>iere a couple of days last"-week,  and dm ing their stay built quite an  extensive porch over the freight shed  ab the O.P.R". depot, in order to give  protection from the sun to berries  loaded for shipping.  Mrp.T.. Dixon and youij$? , son of  Cowuation. Alta.. are visitors hex-eat  present, with Miv and Mrs. E. Oart-  wriRhbi  O.P.R. Agent and Mrs.   Bundy  are  expecting to  get  away  at the ej������d of  the week for a half month's   holiday.  which they will spend at Suuiinerland  ���������tnd roast points.  The Co Operative storeys, cnrloarl of  water pipe aVrived last week, and was  mostly purchased by members of the  Brickson community water system,  Ftjanlc Putnam ttt!?ir>g nbont.a qunv.ter.  n? it for his overhead irrigation at  O������nvon.  Frank  Palmer   is   spending   a   few  days this week with friends in Spokane,   , H. M. Telford is a visitor with Al-  berta friends at present, leaving the  latter part of the week   for Medicine  Hat.  F. ... Klingensmith was a woelt end  visitor nt his home hero from Wynn  del, where he ia again  thia season employed nt~ file** at the Winlaw mill.  ������  Frank Staples and Bill and Walter  I^onjar were among tho Ericksonites  who motored to Cranbrook for tho  celebration on May 24th. Except in  the Kitchener section they report the  road* in good  shape for motor travel.  Members of the United  Farmers ar****  reiri-ii'ndwi of the- Jitnc tn^otEn^, wlttcEn  'enlx.s-r   plVxi-v    ;.t    tin;   *efhoo]hou*������   on  I Tti end ny. 13th.  e  The  II. Dodds home in   h/iyio# the-  und������������h'ahfe Ntttum-fir- experlenc*e of cop  in&    with    an   r-utbrf/ik   of   nieasles  wRdlclj, foil.unatejy, urt. of a mild type,  The" nre-m. to jpaUitrtc-n in Um Ei-ick-  ttrsts section this  year will hardly km an  !..eM'<j ix,, -iixvii. ft it Zim imititf mr-ch  planliwg is etuu.l������T way on a Ccn-aerf  Jot, of theni.  j^ The sale of seasisn ticket f<������r Creston's big six-day Chaiitajiqua will open  on Saturday. During the week  Messrs. Allan and Gibbs. who . head  the ticket selling organization, have  visited all points in the Valley, and  have arranged for a yigorous canvass  of all the residents from Wynndel to  Lei&ter. with the following ladies and  gentlemen in charge qf the various  districts:    A  ^** **  Wynndel���������Mrs. Broley, Miss Topliss"  Alice Siding���������Miss Alice Can-.  Erickson���������G. P.;Smith; T. W.JSundy.  Canyon OStiv-^-Mrs. Guy Browell.  .Lister���������Miss Campion,; -Miss Irvine."  Cresto_n^-F.    H.    Jadkson,    S.     4. .  Speers. .Fas. Cook. iPi. RYahd W. Truscott.   W, S. -M.cAxlph~-i.i3J. W. Hamii-  at^?a, .W. B. E.ijbi-ee.'Jas. Adlard* Alex.  'Lidgate, A. B. Swanson,   C. O. Quist.  'lockets are  also  dip  sale a.t' the drugstore; and Norris* bkkery.  ��������� Season tickets are $3 for adults and  $1 for .childi-en. if purchased prior to  tjhe start of the first performance on  Th������"'.uday afternoon, June loth. After  3 p.m. of that day the^price is $8.50.  Anyone paying single admissions will,  spend $8.25 if the whole eleven programmes are heard.  YChautauqua, opened the season at  Victoria on May. 27th and the news  jiapec reports on this year's Chtmtau-  C|lia ate all tn the effect that^jt is con-  slcterably better than- the popular  eleven prog;ra mines  presented in 1921.  shown fs-e^"- at the Gra.nd Theatre.  Many of the parents also went along  for4������ look at the car and its display.  Canyon City Lumber Company,  Ltd.. are busy at lumber shipping just  now, this' week' seeing five teams on  the haul. Ab compared with last year  the . demand foi-- lumberr is much  heavier. 1 .  -Residents who bid on the* job of  stumping what is commonlyknown as  the Swanson road extension were all a  little " high in theft estimates, '.the  work having been let to- L. Leamy of  Creston, whose tender was the lowest  of the lot. Be expects _ to complete  th<i job in thirty days.  ifon SA1.E���������Hot water tank and pope  with connections to range, 30 gaTlotii"  uew. and in perfect shape. Enquire  Review Office'. . *  CRESTON    ������>AiRY  FftUIT LA WD FOR SALE  Ten acres fine fruit land for sale,  half mile from station, easy terms.  MONRAD WIGEN. Wynndel, B.C.  D. A. MOORHOUSE  FROViNCiAL LANS SURVEYOR  Enquire R. Leamont's Office  .Y   CRESTON, B.6.  LAND REGP&TRY AGT  smariaivf ieo  ���������IN  8 Quarts ... ,.i $1.00  Fer Gallon.... Y   45e.  A. COW FORT  THE   MATTER OF BLOCK  16  of   Lob .525.   Group; 1,   Town " of"  .Orestoifv.i'Map   QS3-A, - 2������oofccna.y-=  Proof havener been filled in my-office"  of the loss ofs-Cprl-tacate. of :Titte No. ���������  8576 A to' the a oove/meritioned- landz >  in the name.pf   The   Trustees   of  th**  Creston Oongregatsbn  of the SEetho^-  dist Church, -and   bearing   date' the --  mh April. 1008, 1    ilEKBBY   GIVK  NOTICE of my intention  at  the. expiration t/ft one calendar uiontb - from"  th e first p n blication hereof 4������ issue to  the said The Trustees of the Creston  Congregation of the Met hod ist Church  a provisionat  Certificate of  Title   in  lieu.of such lost Certificate.   Any pef������  son having a tiy information with reference to such lost certiflcate of Title  is r^queste������| fco communicate with ther  \\ndeisigned.:''-'p iy J..-' .*..   ���������--'���������.:  DATED Ett the Land Registry Office,:  Nelfeon, B.C.. this 2flth day of April,  ���������1-^22.*  -'- '..'���������-':'-..;:     ���������'.:���������-���������: -Zi/ZZ'-J      '   *  E. &. STOKES, Registrar.  Date nf flrst publication May 5,1022.  .6*-  ���������T  Aliss Alice Wood of the nursing  staff of St. Eugene hospital!, Crau*  brook, spent a few days nt her home  here last week, attending the tkieinor-  ial inveiling on Victoria-Day evening.  Ted Kemp, who is working at  Lumhei ton at present, was here* for a  couple of days last week, inspecting  his ranch.  Both the grownups and youngsters  are reminded of tho community pionio  ab the Whimster grove on Saturday  afternoon, starting at 2 o'clock. There  will be the usual lot of, sports and  games and supper.  The car of pipe has arrived nt  Ertaiennn nwiJ Frank Putnam hm a  btuall crew of men at work putting in  the oyerheatl iriinfittion syatern on the  four acres of strawHien i������s ho has just  set out at his land at the Browell  corner.  The United Farmers writ have1 their  | fori nightly meeting  on   Saturday   at  -ha Hchoolhousu, following the picnic.  The hJjow of bloom would indicate  thst Csnyop City will hayo ������n upplo  crop fully -eeqiml to litHb year, with the  Mclntawlr itiul show Ing up partioularly  Wftll. ���������  Tho school chiklreo had a half holiday on Monday bo that tea c he rea and  pupils    cow Id    inspect    the    forestry  tun-Hoclutlnn whool nn   whools nt Creston,   ami!   mImo   nee   the   forestry   Mm  i-Ci-r,..  BY BURNING THE SAPLINGS  OF TO-DAY  ���������  -- ' ' .     'v.'"' ���������   '  - DESTROY THE FORESTS  OBTO-M6RROW  s*  1  mt.....ml-i....i^0.im,0.JA. Ly*.  ���������/  "\.  lvr.'*:. *  TPh* third of ths* sea ies of four whi������t *  under Catholic CJnb auspices w������* held  on Friday night, with quite a large  t-^nout of players, and the high scores  n*tui<nr������ ivi������ J^  -i **������ ���������  JHE  Q3ESTON  BEVIEW  .���������OC-S.1 -2������ ������"���������������������������������  d  a, ei suoai  0.t������r���������e. ubilethp   IWewm lTO���������Ki..   M������n������....������    .a",t'- ���������d   ������*������  fg ���������   ���������   ��������� ���������  Oiborue. while the low Wore trophies  were captured by Mrs. Fass and J". D.  Peairs. The final evening is -��������� asheduted  for tonight "June 2nd, in Speers* Half;  at 8.15 prompt.  RE SPECIAL  TIMBER LICENSES  The attention of Timber  License- holders   who   are  taking   advantage    of' the  provisions     of-   the     1S21  Amendment  to  the  FOREST ACT, whereby arrears  of license fees accrued priorN  to   31st   December,    1920,  have been funded and made  payable   hi   ansisia!   instalments, is specially directed  to the fact that- any renewal  fee. which, became  due  in  1921 Js not included in the  instalments above mention-.  ed, and such 1921 and all  subsequent    renewal    fees  must  be  paid   within   one  year after the datev. of the  expiry   of  the. license - in  order to maintain fche right  of the holder to obtain a  renewal of the license.  retailing at 33 cents a dozen.- The  supply of local dairy butter is more  thin adequate and fche pi-ice still re*  snains.at35 cents. 'N  Union shippers are reminded of the  quarterly    'Meeting    of   shareholders  which is called   for   Speers1   Hall   on  .Thursday night, at 7.30.      Business of j.  the utmost importance to the growers J.  will be up for disposal.  ���������* After a two-months' stay in the hospital at Cran brook, Sergt. Srnsth .of  the K.C.M.P. arrived home on Friday.  a yea:: sg-S a-nd  another exciting clash [  may be look eel for.  J. J>. l&bore of lEaslo was here at the  first of the week, and during his stay  awarded the contract* of stumping tho  extension of the Swanson Road at  Oa-nyms Oity " tb- -5.v jff. Learny, who  will start work on the job at once.  He expects to have word^to call for  fenders on the new road into Kitchen*  er as well as the Arrow Creek "and  Wynndel road diversions this month.  Ehrsr Tboubi.es���������J. J. Walker, the  well-known optician *of w Nelson, will  pay Creston a professional. visit on  Monday and Tuesdav, June 5th and  6th. and v-ill be at.Creston Mercantile  store, prepared  to test and treat all  The berry plants in this section all  show signs of a bumper crop,- but it  vrJU be almost the end of the month  before ship^ng* commences.  Wynndel baseball team. played its  first game of the season on Sunday at  Creston. The locals had not previously worked outr^Cogether and the result  was a 31 to II victory for Creston.  The bays na-astiii hopeful and will not  j be satisfied until they haye at -least  one more clash with the classy Creston -nine, -  animal both overturned and rolled  down grade, smashing through the  [fenceand landing; almost on fhe C.P.R.  'track/ Jim sustained a couple of  broken ribs as well, as being badly  shaken, up. The horse,' also,, was  rather the worse for the mishap.  ff  His condition shows decided impiove-1        "Z\rZ'~Z: "  ment, although he is not as vefc enio^    "^      tetecUvajrtsfom-     Mr.   Walking his old time health. " " *   j w "-reputation   for successful  ontscal  Free Press-     M������      \ **'    ��������� I ���������* is well-known Jtrnd all   who  are  Todd*/&r.^o^*Sl^f,^?!l ���������Te8iRht ^^ 8hOM,d  ~  aneptof their daughter, Helen Rheta,  R&neh for Rent on cash basis, or  sale on easy term*.  to George D.-Mead of Creetcn* the  marriage to, take place in Christ  Church, Fernie, on June 28th.  Miss Whiddon, -who has been Mrs.  W. K.. Brown's guest for the past few  .months, left on Sunday on her "return  to her homeYat Dnthen, Georgia.  Mr?. S;tp������?ss .aesu>Kipanled ber as far as  Spokane, where she spent a. few days  visiting friends.  suit him without fail  The Sirdar Ladies* Aid are having a  sale of work, with-afternoon, June  7th, with an added afternoon atbrac-  Itiori of boating on the lake, and raffle'  of .embroidered,, bedspread. In the  evening, there will be a concert and  dance to which -an admission of 50  cents a couple will fee"charged!. Crept-'  on people wishing to attend should  ��������� see 690. Johnson -who is arranging for  j free auto trips to   Sirdar   that   after-  1  Jim Gasken met' with a decidedly  nasty accident on Monday afternoon.  While driving to Duck Creek - with  horse and-rig an auto owner driving  ab rather a rapid .slip ran into Ms  horse, about half a, caaSe west of liere.  The horse took fright and in its excitement backed over the bank, y-pbicb at  this point   is  so   steep that rig and  SWANSON, Cntbm  Loyal Orange Lodgajs, 2095  w 'it  '  ^*������v.-T   *      "      ������������������*vmsi������������mj  Jttall.   Visituog brethren cordially invited., rr  "   .  ,     ERIC 03JSGN. W.M  Bandmaster Hendy now has 29  players under his direction���������three  new members joining up .at the practice on Tuesday night. There are  still _four instruments available, and  the band boys would like tn see them  trk*������H at once.  Crestf)n.baseball team had a practice  workout Oil" Sunday   afternoon   with  /.    . ,.���������   x,  ..    -tffr        1 i ~^        .us      1      -     -       that timet!  the���������Wynndel nine    the locals^f^.ng of   ft   geason  rather handdily.      'lhe flrs^hig earn*J .^lsto*tedJn  the isu.t  ������f  land Aet . manfmanh  Mfnlsnoni   price   of  flrst-cla-ss   land  reduced Co $5 an acre; second-class to  SS.60 S3i  G.OT6.  Pre-emption   now   conflned  v&ye-S. lands only.  Records- will be-granted covering; only  land suitable for agricultural purpose**  an<3 which ts rion-tto'ber land.  Partnership pre-emptions abolished.  but parties of not xnore than four may  arrange    for    adjacent,   pre-emptions'*���������  with Joint residence, but -saeh xasCklngsr,  necessaay Smprovenaenta^on respective^ *..j  claims. ^        m. - -Ji-Jjr*l  to -ess.  J^SSSa^SJB m������? *6pc������py ojalma for.  <*ltifmtt.  Pre-twiFwn muBt occupy claims for.  five years and make Improvements- to  value of no per acre, Includlnsi^laar-  'E^ and* calKvatJob 01-at least -6 acr������������  before'recefvlnff Cfe-own Grant..  Where sr~���������esapt&r, in .&.*~patlon 7.0.  less than S years, and has* made proportionate !saproveni6nt8r-he may, because of UJ-health, or other -capae, toe  -granted intermediate certiflcate of lm  provement and transfer his-claim.  Records -without permanent residence may* be issued, provide^ applicant makes Improvements to extent ol  fSOO per annum and records same each  year. Failure to make Improvement*  or record same will- operate ������������������ as-������������������ for-  Telture. Title cannot be oljtalned. In"  less than 5 years, and improvements  of $10.00 fter acre. Including 5 acreB  cleared and cultivated, and residence1  of at leaqt 2 years are required.-^  Pre-emptor holding Crown Krarit-  may record another,pre-emption, if he  requires land in conjunction with hla  farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory Improvements made  wid residence, .maintained on Crown  .granted land. ,  Unaurveyed areas, not. exceedln-r 20  uteres,   may   be  leased as  homesitea;  title to be obtained after futftlllnsr real  dentiaJ and improvement conditions.  For irraalnn; and. industrial purposes  areas   erceedln* .'040   acres   may   be  leas-sd by on������ person or company.  Mill, factory or Industrial Bites ���������on  nnd    tsnt   rn.0rj.m~.Mi ���������  ��������� v���������a������  rather handdily. * The ffrsfr-jfcyg game  of the season ivill be on Saturday,'3rd,  when the K-aslo team will be here  for a return game with -Oreston.  A. C. Clink ofyB3nionfcon, Alfea,, ar=  rived this week to join the s,taff at the  Moo row blacksmith shop, and with  Mrs. Clink and family are now getting  settled in the Attridge - htiuse. He  conies highly recommended as a horse-  shoer and all round blacksmith.  The exhibition car off the Canadian  Forestry Association was here on  Monday and was visited by a vefy  targe number off citizens. In the afternoon at the Grand-a forest pi-eser  vation film was run, the theatre-being  .filled  to. overflowing< by   the-.school  NSj-ndreniaod ������thers. >-se   - - ������������������?     ���������        .   I     ^-.- -    ���������-.     ���������*_*?   **--* **-:hr- *.~ ~-  \. -y: .    .,, ^i   ,-���������--;���������.-.���������---.      put on under IVonjenX linstj bate ans-  Carpenters aie  now   busy   on   the pices at theGrand .on Sawnpoay'nirght  erectson-4of a  two  story  80   zl 32  f I.   drew quite a Jarge and  i-epresehtattvej  ^arolsdnae at  the  rear of   the- new  crowd of theatre goersY the proceeds]  S. A; Speers store on Cannon street,   being- in the   nefghbor&ood   of  $120.  W. K. Brown also has the. carpenters  The    company    was   a - capable   one  at work on a substantial addition to throughout, and   the   play   a   whole*  the bungalow he erected on his lot on   some Fnglish comedy that none could  V������������ rtr. ~~  -     ' **--     - -      ..  j noon.  Chautauqua season tickets  are   on  sale tn   town   at. the" Beattie-Oatway  drugstore and Norris bakery.'' At outside points ticket' sellers   haye   been  named and will' be on the  rounds before the end of the week.      For adults  a season ticket is   $3- if purchased  before noon of the   opening-   day,   after  that time the price is 33.50.     The ad-  ticket   is   best  _       -__ that single admissions to all.the programmes would  entail an expenditure of $8.2E>,  Tbe Sirdar Ladies* Aid are having a  sale of work, with afternoon tea, Ught  refreshments, etc.. and supper on  Wednesday afternoon,'June 7th, with  an added afternoon attraction of boating on the' lake, and raffle of embroidered bedspread. In the evening  there will be a concert and. dance to  which an admission of 50 cents a  couple will ' be charged. Greston  people wishing to attend should see  Geo. Johnson who is. arranging for  free auto trips to Sirdar that after  noon. %-C  ��������� *.       rttxs  ..    --y   .  -I MMm PiatFaests *fe$^ Z&tiicl.   was-1  Let us know YOUR requirements  - v    - -  'the farmer's needs are considered of such greal Ssa-  portance by this Bank, that they receive espeeis!  attention and care. Onr ambiticn to fssrther the  interests of every farsner jto the utmost is exempli*  fied in the service aSorded at ewesy os~e of o������Br 2a������  *    - -*���������  _<������W3������eainR-   ~  conditions  --   acraa  Include  timber land   not   ������  niBjr.ba purchased; ca  payment of etumpajre,  Natural hay  moadowa   Inaccessible  by exlattng- rondo may Iw purchctsed  conditional -upon oonstructlon of a road  to them.   Rebate of one-hnlf of oc  road,  not eaxoeedSnff half  price, Ib mad&,  of  ��������� ooat of  purchase  (ORAMTn  PRE-EMPTOH8'      FREE  m ACT.  vThe ewiopa of this Act la erttarKed io  include au perisono Jolnlne and eerv-  Intf with Hla Majeaty'o lAorcw. The  timo within which thft heir* or devtaees  of a deceased pre-emptor may apply  for title under this Act ta extended  from for one year fttom the death of  auch person, as formerly, until one  year after the conclusion of the present  war. Thia privilege Ib aleo- made *.>.,  troactivo. m  m No fees relatlnn to pn-e-emptton* are  duo on- payable  by soldiers on    pro   ���������   a,������^������.EMa  oy Boldlors on    pra-  emptlons recorded after June M, fDtS  Taxes are remitted ton five yeara.  Provision for return of moneya accrued, due and heen paid alnce Auouaft  a, J014, on account of paymanta. fe������a  or taxes on BOldlera' r>r������-������*������"������������*,~���������  ���������  Vancotiyer street Iast~fall.  For the pleasure of those Jjrho like a  tittle dancing with thej*'ice cream and  other reffreffhmen ts Bert !Norris has  just Installed a Bell pis yer piano with  a splendid supply of dance music rolls.  The player is:proving a decided fayor-  ���������ifaty with the younger putrons of this  popular refreshment parlor.  The June meeting- of the Women's  Institute ia. announced for Friday  afternoon, June 9th, at which a talk  will be given by Mrs. Tjyne on the  proceedings of the provincial advisory  board meeting held ab Victoria in  April. Mrs. Downs will giye a talk on  St. Dunstan's hospital for bhe blind.  The   final   session   at  whtft   under  Catholic Club auspices will be held to  : night (Friday) in  SpeerY Hull, a t & 15,  The gi*ahd  prize will be awarded on  this    occasion,    and    great    interest  centres Jn the affair as  up to tlie prea  ont no one person has won a firafc prize  twicp.   .Lunch will be aerveafl, and an  admission of 60 cents charged.  or taxes on soldiers' pre-emptiona.  Interest on nsr������ementM to purchan.i:  town* or .~-~j) Heoiiteetei ht-ltl by tneaibera of  Allied Forcca. or dependents,, acquired  direct or Indirect, remitted  from   ~  liatmem to A������ai*oh 81. l-H..  .n-  CROWN  of  of  SUB.puwcilABttWa  OP  w eUANDft,.  purohaaers. mrko- it~ii*AP*,J"*������ts from  purchaae. InvXlnr t&fJt?, ^0m������i������^  iklkment 0* condltJona Sr ������H5t on ta*~  are do not claim whole������ ���������������#!������*"V,'*Pu,?e5h't������^  eel. put*ha������ ffide due J^H.s'lnai ���������������*'  be dlatributeS w*K^2-ftfM mft������  whole *ar.������iu An^RS,,,.?"4111-^ ������>v������r  made by May 1, Mftt"on"   "���������������"������*   b*  ...       *������ettAa:iN*a* ���������  *d������������lnliitmt|in,"'SlXrtrl& *������?������ .mn-s������  Annua   rraBlnir n~...,i,~u?m'^':*iilo.n*.r  rJ������i~   . "'*"<'*���������*���������*-       Mtot-U-eowrikeAe    .������������.*,  >tnent.   lJra������. or i*M������f������<������.*ei������. ������**    ~anaH*e-  Qvty Constable^ president of Oreston  Fruit Growers Union got hack on Sun*������  day from V^won, where he luid been  attending a meeting of tho TraiBc and  Orodlt: Wen's Association. Crop  estimates at present in.,tho hands of  Hollinjj agencies ^.ndl-cato that M.C will  haye at least 800 -cars of apples which  must be sold outside of Oan ada.  fail bo enjoy.     The Players Club were  so well pleased .with   their   reception  here that it ���������. is   deHnitely   announced  that Greston'will certaiqly be included  in next year's toiir of the company. ...:,  H. Morpr.'xn  of Calgary, head of the  Mutual    Brokers,     Lide.;     with    Mr.  Sltnonds,    inannger    of  the    Regina  branch of the Hrm1 and E. O. Skinner,  the   Brokers'    representative   in   the  Okanagan, were business e visitors here  on Tuesday, and vrev*? shown over the  Valley   by   motor   by   R. B. Staples  manager of the Staples Ftuit Co., Ltd.  They made quite an extended stop'at  Wynnd-e] wh^re some   of  the   larger  strawlwrry    areas     were    inspected.  Manag-er   Staples    was   successful   in  mak i ng arraTfgements for the JUI ut iml  Brokers to handle the   seUinjg   of   the  Staples   Fruit   Co,, Xtd.,   output   at  prairie points again fcl# year.  ���������   ��������� '   ������������������' .'*-   "...    *  " "     .'.-?'- L -. ���������r- *  DONT risk loss by encloaing cs~~h.  in. your letters.  You will find the  Money Orders isaued by this fias&Eet a  ���������nib cuad -convenient way of paying  your out-of������town accoants.  . Our Teller can issue dteniwidumt-dslayattbo '  ������������������mo coe^as Post Office or fbrptwu Oxdicrs.  WE WBLCOMB YOUR BUSINESS   ������**  ��������� '"'    ���������'���������'���������������������������!. 1 ,''������������������**.  CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  PAID-UP CAPITAL       -        ���������        $15.00^000 SB  RESERVE erUND a . $15,000,000 j|  CRESTON BRANCH, t, G. Bcanett, Manager. j j  Gartl of Thanka  Mrs.  Barraclnug-h  and family tttke  this means of expressing deep appreol"  ation off the sympathy, and many  kindnesses shown then) in* their recent  boroavewjent^  Wjr*jnjriM&&i  Ia. JLeamy has been notified that ho  hf-B been awarded the. stumping contract -of tho Swanson   Rood   right   of  way nt Canyon Oity. and that ho IsimiU staff bore,   left  on   Monday  expected to completo the work En the j Kelson, on ii'fi-w drtyfl1'bnetn������!-ft to*p  BioTxft n!x   weeks.     Tbe   highway   tuas i  recenEly been rcnomed   to Fort  | x.t      X. ������������ ��������� *-      * ���������  on  The United Farmers are pu.v..iA ������.;  a dance in the Clublmuao on Saturday  night, June8rd������ at S o'clock prompt.  Special Esuisic.     Gents 60 cen ts, ladles  please brUoj^rofreshiweots. .  . Mr. McPaydon, who biii'bepn *,*f)*n.thie  mill staff bore,   left on   Monday  for  leoil trail���������most of tbe residents along  It bein& newcomers from bhe Macleod  district In Alberta.  Tho-se who rneaJI C3reBteOTi,B 0 to 8  ninth inning* win ovor JFCanln's crack  Umsebali:   team last fair day will he on  hand fiatimrclay   wf^rwootii   wheaj   t3^ *  same  two  teams :meob at Orostnn  at  1AB. p.nt,���������In order that  thc  vinitorsf  may return on   the  aftermoon   train.  Bottb. mint- mc play bug faster ball than  hata.   bt^un   nn   a  points, returned  O 'X'WIgcn, .who  biiKetneas visit to lake  ortTue^diay.  ^H. Rosin dale,   wlicx   left   for   Oran-i  brook about ten dayn ago, to undergo]  a tnther serious oporablon, in now reported to bo doing well and it Is hoped i  wen wMI t-ttnsn nf-f hirn 'bnc!:���������c:^ fircee^wiiu (  again ������s well as ever..  ' A, I-I. IPiggofcapesib the weck-en-d at  his honiie here, returning LoOrawbrook  on Monday morning.  -M������ft������w^r>llHn i -\iti**imwmi4mmmm1M~Wm1k  mmmifn^tt tnttmimt'tt-si  t eMtHHMftit miln' fm I***!!**.**- mi.m^Hltmt  MW$&m} .iti -iV1*-*^ .***!J^9-'SsJ  i, -.L.-f.-i.y?}:kyj,���������W|!&&$$&$(&waw;.i,-*M-ji-i;  ������������������iYH^^*^^ 33BGE, RKVllfiW, CiLESTO^ B. G.  Keeps Fresli  aad Fragrant  an ike Sealed  Package  8ft  A MOST STRENGTHENING BEVERAGE  Tke Canadian Constitution  .���������Necessity, it has been sai-d, is rue iiiuther of Invention, aad eei'talaly the  absolute necessity oi Governments.during and since the war period to find  p large revenues -wherewith;'- to meet, heavy national "expenditures and unprecedented interest charges'; led "to the inauguration, if not invention, o������ new  schemes and methods ol taxation.      During the war it was practically impos-  "   sible to control expenditures., hence it was necessary to raise money hy borrowings .ami through excessive taxation to cover such expenditures;y.^his*  practice, then  enforced Upon Governments", has  Cor too  longY&^eriQd _ been.  continued���������Governments   basing  their revenue  requirements Yapon  their  expenditures, Instead of endeavoring to."bring expenditures within the limits of  "   their revenues. -.-"-'..-���������"'        '- ������������������������������������: -"���������      "Y  More recently, hpwever, attempts li ave been made yyto. reduce expendjY  tares, t The Washington conference on ai-iiiaments^aCaiot^rthy^a^^pt  in ihat .direction.- In Great Britain , remarkable .economies have beenyitiecom-,  niended by the Geddes Commission, and steps are now being taken to put  many, of these into effect. In Canada, too,, an earnest "-effort *3s being made  " to bring about reduction in national expenditures, Instead of merely striving  to devise new means oi' taxation and enlarge^,revenues. These are signs eof  a refiirn to national sanity.--because the road w������ we travelling was hound  -        "    * " " "'">iP  ere long to end in disaster. Municipal governments ares like-wise; beginning  to learn from past bitter experiences, and reductions in civic"bttdg^tsyare;*jtlie'  order ox* tlie day.  There 3s, however, one field in-Canada which, .-would appear to -offer an op-  poriunity for harvesting a valuable crop oC national economies and savings in  expenditures, both Federally and ProvinciaUy, that is being neglected. Undoubtedly, polticlans are somewhat loth to tackle it as once the. question is  open.ed to. close investigation-"and expert study there is no telling what acute  difference's ol' opinion may develop throughout the country, or what really  troublesome aueslions may call for answer and a solution. It is a case of  leavihg well enough alone no matter how bad that "well ehouglV' may be.  \Ye re^er to the very large question, of the .increasingly apparent "need for;  a revisionYof Canada"'s'constitution as ifcMs-'laid'down'in. b'lacfc and white 3n  the BritishNorth km ericaYAen.; 3>uring: more than half a. century of un-  pa railed change and progress throughout the world.,*, there has -been practically  no amendment of any importance to the Canadian constitution. It still  stands*asJLt ��������� was written to meet 'the needs oT 1867 and the'future'as it could  be read hy statesmen at thai time.  "���������Fix? B.N.A. Act was the product of almost innumerable compromises,.and  *   unless;these compromises h^d been: effected at .that:tiine the Dominion would  never have been brought into existence.      But surely  Canada has advanced!  sufficiently, and national sentiment:  developed to an  extent., io warrant the  hopeitliat we liave outgrown the need for many di? the compromised effected  Co meet  itte local fears and  iealousies of .Provincial  units and minorities Id  ��������� i-  186TY   ��������� " ������������������.-.���������:.-������������������ ''Z ������������������     .  Wiih one of the heaviest.* per ..capita national debts in--"t.he world it is  essential rhat' Canada -should enforce economies in administration^ and ex7  j>enditMre wltkeuer It can be done without impairing the eflicieney ol' the  public services. And where it. is;possible"to effect changes wfiich will not*'  only .jpror** economical but add to efficiency, in service, and administration')  Hure!'Y ii Ia tlu? height ol" lolly to neglect, them merely because the path to  reform may be strewn with difficulty. ' --  After tit! no very great controversial questions need be involved iu ci  OMk-s-Jderain-on *ol q.uhe a few subjecls wherein, there will be found to lie big  opportuniTies for increased eflit-iency in public services at a very, materially  r*et������uced rost-io'ihe country at large and relief to the over-burdened taxpayer.:  Aii ih:������.T is re?<-|nif-e������d Ih courage, faU'alglu business sense,: and. some of that.  iarnH p..-'.a. e.le*'u-a*minaUon and untiring .patience, which characterized Leloyd  tieorg* i:i connect ion with the Irish n^gdI Unions and .is again ,th--9.outstanding  fe't'ur.-* o'-. 'hr} International conference a I -tieno-a. .   ;  'Pile���������('.(��������� ���������-���������<;���������<��������� anomaiies. iiw.:i*ms*uh;ie.?ucles, and duplications in the ,1-Jrilisli  .V������:.ri li Arm-ii**:. Act co*sling I his-country "millions of dollars annually, which,  ir > hey f^i:st**d in connection with any. big intl ti Kt f la 1 concern, would occupy  i'i������* minrts nt ib<=> directors until Ihey' are removed and tho problems which  fh*".">  j,i��������� ���������������������������riL-n1 fieftnilk'ly solved. - *      , ���������  S(<*i.<-e. available in this <*olumu. v.itl not admit of a disicUKriioti of all ol'  r h4-~0--Z\ett I" in nf ki week '-*���������. article alUMUion will ho devoted to a few of them ������H  tV.Vr.\ .-��������� --i.r- <���������>- ���������v.-tv***1 niit?ht hr> iifcrwiipiIkIipi! it' Hip Lenders in fJovornmont n<  <jtr.i--w:.i .*.-���������!-<i i'i -e-JK-n os' ilip ProvUicial cupinils would gel. together in a round  r,Y������jl'- i-i-,'ii'-.'������������������m-iH-ei- iti -i i-dnctfi-p edTovt i<* achieve much needed reforms,  _ The Canadian Way '  How Colonel "Saved Seemingly Hope-  l������ess Situation at Valcartier ��������� r-  r "Sooieone lias .tampered with the  pumps. We'll "have no water supply,  and four thousand men are arriving |  tomorrow!" ,*  ^ This was the message brought to  headquarters at-five o'clock in the afternoon \of__ one .or those strenuous  dkys that marked the building "of Val-  cartier Camp in Angust, 191-t/  The situation seemed hopeless.  There was no opportunity to get the  stolen portion of the pumps under a  delay of three days. Headquarters  went - to bed that night face to face  with a water fanaine, and thousands  of troops due to arrive in the next few  hours.  When, the   camp" awoke watfer   was  flowing 'freely 'from all the   taps and  outlets.-   Chug-chugging away,"iii the  river, was a fine fire engine, the prop-'  erty of the city oE Quebec.  Col. William McBain, one of tbe  staff, had ruslied to Quebec city, secured civic authority for the removal  of- the big-'iire-ugiilei', and oa a special  train delivered.vit to "Val-cartier and  connectedib up to the water system  while the camp slept. - "  Just, a pother -little .reason why Canada was able;tb; send overseas in record time a: diVision of real -fighters.  By /-making your purcliases from  yotzr home? merchant you are contributing direct to the prosperity of  the community In which you live..  Hare You Stoinach Risings, JJ  fiaf* Heart Burn, Sourness?  Tells of a Simole Reined?  It's really wonderful the quick relief yOti. get from" ten or twenty drops  of Neirvllinei taken in sweetened  water. YFbr cramps and spasms, Nerviline is equally^ efficient-. To safeguard yourself against these ailments,  keep, handy on-the shelf a bottle of  trusty old Nei-yiiinee. It will .relieve  the niinor aches and pains ol the  whole family* c "Good for internal'or  external use. Y  85c at all dealers.  TneToti  and  in packaggs  Pure-Bre<! Goats  Registration of goats in Canada'has  increased 50 per cent, "during the past  year and keen interest in goat-raising  is being' evinced by suburban dwellers. British Columbia has maintained its'lead and now" exports' large  numbers of these animals to other  provinces of the Dominionr la order  to encourage breeding the -Dominion  Livestock Commissioner has agreed  to 'have pedigree placed on registration certificates that distinction can  be niade between" pure-bred and scrub  stock.   '    -  The orange was originally a pear-  shaped fruit about the size of the  common wild claerry. Its evolution  is believed by naturalists to be due  to; 1,200 years of cultivation.       -  Dyed Faded Sweater,  Skirt, Draperies  In Diamond Dyes  Every ."Diamond Dyes" packape Leila  how io dye or tint, any worn, feuled kaj*-  neeiil. or dvapet-y a n������������w rich color that  will not streak; spot,--fade or run. T-er-  fect' borne ctyeinK* is B-uai-anlded with  Diamond Dyes even-:If yoii have never  dyed before*. .Tust tell your drugrg-lst  whether tbes material you wish to -#ye is  wool ov silk', or -whether it is linen, cotton, or mixed Koods. For fifty-one yeara  millions' of women, have been tisiiiK *-Dia-  inouri "Dyes." to* ��������� ndd yonrft of -wenr lo  ���������their "old. sliabby waists, skirts, dresses.  coats, swe-RLors. stocking's, draperies.  . liaug-lne's.  every thins:!  - - Not Far  Old L,ady.���������Oh, captain, I'm so-sick!  How far are we from land?  Captain.���������About four miles,  lady.  Old Lady.���������In wliat direction? _       Captain  (pointing).���������Straight down-  Useful in Camp^^Expiorers. surveyors, prospectors and hunters will and.  Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie Oil very useful  in camp. When the feet, and legs  are wet- and cold it is well to rub theza  freely with the Oil and Hie result will  be the prevention of pain-S in the muscles, and should a cut, or contusion,  { or sprain be sustained, nothing, could  be better as a dressing or lotion.  CHILDHOOD AILMENTS  The ailments of childhood���������constipation, indigestion, colic, colds, etc.  ���������can be quickly banished through the  use "of Baby's Own Tablets. They  are a mild but thorough laxative which  instantly regulate the bowels and  sweeteis the stoinach. They are  guaranteed to contain no harmful  drugs and can be given to the youngest baby with - perfect safeiy. Concerning them Mrs. Alcide iLepageYSte.  Beatrix, Que., writes:���������"Baby's Own  Tablets were of great help to my  baby. They regulated lier bowels and  stomach and made her plump and  well." The Tablets are sold by 'medicine-dealers or by mail at 25c a box  from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brookvlll*. Ont. ,  ArciiduWis a Translator  Queen' Elizabeth  hav'e a specially"  foi" her private use  or  Belgium   is   to  designed   airplane  Soma     people     can  slamming the doors.  alrtact only b>r  Only  Population  Possibilities  Mil-e   in  Leopold Making Use of SkiH to Earn  Living  L.eopold Woelfingr, formerly the'Austrian Archduke Leopold, who applied  for poor relief in Switzerland and did  not obiain it. is living in a Vienna  suburb, earning Avhat he-"can,- by his  skill as a translator. ' "  Stl& humorously explains that/his income of 3..000 crovns a month, or less  than fifty cent������, would "hardly support a worm." He is a citizen of  Regensdorf, In tlie Swiss canton o? .  ZiWtch, but rcreieis io live in Vienna,  thiragh both "Social Democrats and  Monarchists regard him as "not one  of us."  Faith   and   Optimism  toV������arid   M*������������ds   Men  ���������Overcome  Orif'  : 11������i '* ���������(' I '������������������*' a?.  Who   Are   Able   to  Obstacle's  Um- wi/..-inly  oi'   (he  hi'/miUSY,  OF  a-  Xaa Be Quickly Overcome by  cARTKirs aimrix  LIVER. FILLS.  PMr*ly  irfig''*-  table* ��������� act mire  ������ttd gently *ja  thm hv*v. .R*������  BlevH biliouu-  nefcita, h a s d������  mi if), 'xitr,zi-  pKWMi and ittdl������5*������tlort.  CARTE!  1 "% JT BEET IB  11.1 (! ��������� \Vel3htnaa of Bowniner SI reel. ���������  For vers a 1:1 Illy, wlno diplomacy, -gen-  nine' Icrulerslilp the .workl bus -never  -mron IiIh equal. ��������� l-'ronj vH'.lory lo vie-  lory he lon-tln I lio ������rmios ol' pence and  triii(������el    wl.HI, rtv    I Ii������   Mire ni*;'! h    ol"   IiIh  j ptM-sonnliity he luiH 'overcome, wllhln  I the* Iniil: few yetirn, InBiipomble* oh*  I .si:n<*le*'s, Hnd bnltore������l down I \w* Hlron-ir-  [ holds mi' r>''(*>i(llef������������. '|e"or hirn iiea<"������i  i Ihih list, honors nn<l IrlumpliH no Iomb  ' ^lorloiiH Hinri whv. Once- niorc 3.-1 ho  '. sHviriK iiiin rid I ion rt [mm |ie>FtHlbl������"< ������I1h-  * r-s pi '.'i'i I le !'������'������<ii*l( IiIm m-x. w< fi'Tnl hfe������������ee|.  I ItM?  ������������!'   -Jlie*'   H������>n<������*,������   ef^eHHl"*' I 'i'ii ('*',  Wlini iI'h worht noodH in ov.vy  t iiK'nuee" rtef ||f*<i. In t\ui humbler wsiIUh  i In .biiHlni'H-i, in   IruSuiiry,  Ih   I Im*-  HpSrh  nl     tfj������|illii    jirid  V.i tl' 'HI 1,1*1-    Wi'l  (ipMinUiin  lit,  They do ttuBlii  *"hl  HI I      I   e  71   tirmrx  ftaln In ������h* r.i*-.--  ..jni i  IiIh   w  Ki-im'm     Hit*  ���������Of ruHh'l'  UI) .elite,,, lu  \ll*   **m*ei|orrt.  GLAD TO BE  ABLE TO WORK  Toronto       Wo'iiciaii       Gives  Credit to Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetablfe Compound  - Toronto, Ontario,���������ul Buttered with.  Irregular poi'locla, waa woalc and run  i*Hg"'H'tMgiimHy������BrMld<iiwn' couldrnofoat  Eli   lEtiliSKBKSilEEa.      ^^   *(,nrt . hg^daOheS.  Tho worst sym|)-  toma were clraeeflng-  down pains, oo bad  I somotlmes thought  X"would go cra'/y,  ���������wnrl t womed to bo  Bmotherlng. I was  la IhlB cdnditlou  far two ov three  yeara and could not  Boom Lo work. I  tried nil* kinds ot  mcftw-lneift avid had boon, troatotl by  phyKlclans but' rocolvcd no benefit.  I found ono of your hooUlof.H and  ro'lt. Innllnorl lo try Lydia. TH. Plnlc-  hain'H VeKotnblo Conifiounil. i ve-  rnlvtMl (ho En-Kt. rcsultu Trom" it and  now I Ueeoi) lion bo nntt i?o out. to woiic  ain-tl am Win .������, new woman, I lmvo  rftcommtMuled your VcBotublo Com-  nonntl tb my" friends- -nnd If ttwuBo*  facta will help aomo poor woman,  iin<i ilu'iu an you pleaa**."���������Muh. J.  F..     IT. Mi i* Y,     !5)J7     KltiK    St.,  2Yz P-eople  Per Square  Canada  ���������The trailed kingdom has 394 people  to tlie sguae?<s mile.     Canada has two  nnd a liaic.      The    average    for    the.  ,Empire Js  a little, less' than  six per  square mile.  Outside ot lhe United Kingdom,  New Zealand shows the moat dense  population with 11.7 to the square  mile. If Canada had even' halt the  clen'Bity of population ' which"New  Zealand has, .it would give her 19,000,-  000, whHe'Australia would have 16,"-  000,000. The possibilities 6C increased populal Ion-tend to show that eventually the "centres or population"-and  influence will shirt from outside Gcent  Britain to some of her overseas ���������dominions,���������From  the  Farmers" Sun.  Asthma Dooa'n't Wear Off Atone.-,  Do not make the mistake or waU(jhK  I'or asthma to wear away by itself.  While- yon nno waltlnpr llin dlRenne" 1s  surely eathordnff. a -strongev foothold  and you live In danger of stronger and  yet. stranger attacks; .Dr. *7. D. Kel-  loj^'s Asthma Remedy taken early,  will prevent incipient condition from  becoming chronic nnd saves hours of  nwI'ui suffering: '  tm I't-H'itpi'  K<ev������|i Minard'n 'LI������������lm*on������  in  tts<~ h-auis  Very Trying  4'DM   l   hear, you   say,   Kuurrf,   chut  lhe engine  was at the    rear    end    of  tjlie ���������train?" asked an old lady of  the  'Riiurcl. ''  .','Vps. ma'am;  we've got an  engine  at   each   end.     It lakes an extra one  WofTtj I"1 imaU up'the sleep hills."  Ttiromo, On far to. !     "l>ear, clear; what shall I do?      I'm  '^f'*���������.rlol,),,   f^rrr,!!  of   f������m������..l* *^ll������le,������n^������<nr>^Wl ' -,* Iwhvh   ho Ut   If  I   vlih������  wi'l h* my  hiieli  many  tltnew  nmUe  worlc  almost   I in - { |(> i\u* t������*,igln������,"  po^Udo,     Lyella   E.   Plnkhniw'fl   VeRe- '       '  imhh.   ComiioTiTid,   Uao   heBpod   thou-  ���������Jt.jx.~~ of vy-oitaeu ou-ar tUoau trOU'bleA,  Aok for Minard's and take n<������ oth*er  SPARKLING EYES  .       Follow   Good   Health i  Ijondoni Out.���������"I    have    taken   ''TOr.  Plerce'a Favorite Prescription and;;'.%.-  haa      proved      al  beneficial     tonic.  Alter  having- ty-  i phoi-d' fever'I Tvaa  [lit* *������ -v<ery ��������� we site- '���������  en-ed   condlttttn,  could  not  regain   ,  ���������toy,'strength.* ao I  decided   to   tafco -  tho  'Prescription*  .and hy the. tlm������  I  had taken on^  bottle I wajj *.c.oni-  piet^l^ "Toatbrod    to    health': and. ���������  BtreugtbY Dr. Plerpe'a Favorite Pre-' -  soriptlon  can lio relied  upon  aa  *  builder and strengthening; tonic."'---:  Mrs. John Shuler, 225 Clarenco St;. ��������� ���������;':f  ���������   . * ���������   ��������� P  if"   YOU'RE   A -YOUNG'  WOMAN''"  OR EVEN IN MIDDLE LIFE  H������r������v i. Some Good Advicn for Yon  From k Pfomhtont Womtn  London,   Ontr-^'Wben   I   reached  :  xulddleC! aco-I"virno in. "very poor'^cf-l^j. ,:  waa  rundown; nervous, would :hav���������������  falntlnE   Hpella and  heat i\ashes. X  was a physical /������������������wreck,   I tried many;  different,   mediclnen   hut   th&   only  m'cdlclne  that gave   mo  any  relleC  , was T)r, Plerco's Favorite Prpacrlp-;  tion.   Boforo X had. tnlcen a lialC ibot-  tlo  I   waa poling  liko  a .-.'Afferent  person���������the moro I took tlio stronger  1 got    What 'Favorite Pppscrlptlon*  ^lld for moljim -auro It will do fori  . other, worn on at tljla-evltical period of.  life if thto'y ���������will glvo it a fair trial.*'���������  Mra. M .M.*Taylor. B69 Hill St.  Bettor ko now to your neighborhood drug Btoro and ohtaja Dr.  Plereo'fl Favorlto I'roHorlpUott Ixk,  tablets or Uotuld. Wrltd Dr. rierc-o'a  'lovalldM* Botol, Buffalo, N. Y., toe,.  tmo medical udvtco, or BondYIOej for  trial ilbX. Ot lahtota to' Dr. F*l������r^fVpfc  L,aboratory Sn Brldceburg, ,Ont.  W,    Ne    tf.���������  1421 <\J  ffHS B&TCEtW, GSaMSTrGNxTL Shi  r  ct Tlie nague  As Meeting Place To  iscuss J&sissiari" Ouestios  WESTERN   EDITORS  .  Genoa.���������The'Hague has- been defin-'  Itety selected as the. meeting place for  the expterts who "will further examine  the., B^ussigL. pi;9ble.m-r. At"1"angements  foi-jThe Hague conference in Jnne  were--practically--r completed- with "the*  acdeplanee^ >'-."by^ the .^Russians'-ol the  proposals suhnihtecT to thenar which*  have been amended ,,so as}ia provider  th?|l a truce between the v.ujons powers; will continue tor-a maximun* of  eSgdit  montlvs-"��������� -" i    '"' -"  The- prffcess vexhaj relating to the  HOyd- Gearge��������� plan for dual' commissions to meet at'The*'Hague; which  was presented .to the Russians was  adopted with an annex. With the  amendnients carried by. ,the- sub-coth.-'  inis-sion; it-'will hfe'sent lo .the Washington .Government- probably "with"; a  letter from the secretary o*f the "Genoa  conference.  Clause 6 of the annex lo the process verbal,-whieh refers lo Tlie truce  or: preliminary   pact,   ot"     non-aggres-.  j ~ i  sio-n, was amended in*such a manner  as*?to make it .clear that \yuec truc-e,, as  wen I as applying io-tlie* Russian Government proper,' will    api>]y    also    to  the    ��������� ��������� ���������  Asiatic trute of about  eighty months.  This- extension... is also considered a  Victory foi- Mr Lloj'd'George because  .it provides-more-time, fo^j" the consummation of^ the permanent non-aggression pact into, which he -hopes the  truee v-wjLi -be merged.    -    "-- -  rga erne*  400 WtMI. ~~*t~  ~v  mn LoRsscle  Mandate for Palestine  Meeting  to   b*  Later  rhan  Hela Not  July 15  Geneva.���������The Council oE the League  ot Kai ions decided _ to hold a special  meeting not later than Jul^- 3 5" to consider the question of approving the  British...mandate -for Palestine." "Lord  Balfour'in a speech .hefore the council,  said Great Britain was greally disappointed that Ahe present session had  -failed to register the League's con-  ! sent to the terms of the mandate,  which 'Che allied powers had "long ago  agreed uopu. vL,ord Balfour pointed  out to the council members that their  refusal   to   consider  the mandate   did  Mob. T. A. Crerar  r      . .  Favors Placing Settlers  Along National Railway  A~ 1~. Eastley, Editor-of The Sentinel,  Sedgewick,   Alberta.  jOtlaYva.���������Discussion of railway escL-  m&tes in the House brought from  -Hpn. T. A. Crerarr leader o������ the Na,-  Uonal Progressives, an important declaration of his policy on the-national~  roads. lie advocated the closing  down of part of the uaru<5-comlnenta"b  lines ninning aerobs the wilderness  between .Eastern and Western 6an-  ada. He urged a revaluation ot the  entire system on a lepl a cement" basis  and its unification. lie favored and  suggested regional distracts. *He  took the ground that, in encouraging  immigration, the Government: should  take steps to see that the new settlers  were placed along the riaational litres.  lt-   was    too,    IVlr. Crerar argued, a  eight republics allied with ftussia^ j not meaB that lhe allied policy regard-  Tlus"vwonrd>'bVrng fn thS'Far Eastern 1 in% mandates was-endangered.      The'  Sepublic, with which Japan bas beer.-council could n<>t change the decision  vainly---tidying- to. conclude -a- general-  treaty.  The Japanese delegation -accepted  thfs amendment with the "understanding that it must'be i'ajifi������d by"-'---��������� the  Japanese GoyerSimenfe. . .,-'  ������     /" : Z  A second- impertant".aniendmeiit to  the document provides thai the tiiiee  will continue to opera*e tor a period  of - four months after adjournment, "o������  The Hague meeting. As ft ha<f'be'en"  previously understood Ihat T he:I-Iague'  conference would last about four  months, tbUs change is interpreted a~s  indicating    a    probable European and  ,of  the, allies- on .the -mandate  he   xe-  minded  Ihe members.  \Afm Qff with5 FingefS  -  -        Bra+ish  Settlers for B.C.  -*r.r.4-rx,.ir0 CVZxx ^T^Sll.'.    0��������� Xi ���������    ....  j:     f ILfcyut*.           (Oie. -       V* II llcltXL AJVZ4X*. It  Thomas, noted war correspondent of.  the Daily Mail oC London, has arrived  Iftere to spy oufc_The land on Vancouver Island for the settlement of agriculturists, who, it is proposed will  emigrate from the "feriijph Tsles.  -Sir William was sent out by Lord  Npnbclfffe as a result ot" what the  latter learned of: Canada    during    his  Expect Reduced Total  V        Acreage ia Wheat  Saskatchewan Will Suffer Most Ac-  -/; cording to Weekly Crop  Report  1 AYinntpegrv���������"From present indications \ve anticipate a .somewhat reduced' total at-reage in wheat this year,"  stated the weekly crop neport of the  Grain Trade JMews issued here.  "While Saskatchewan" will perhaps  suffer from an acreage reduction of  from 8. to 12- per. cent., Alberta and  Manitoba may both be expected to  have made a gain ot from five to 10  per cent".," the report continues. .If  last vyear's t figures.���������ot wheat" act eage  estimated by-, the~"-D6minion Bureau of  Statistics are-;taken then the acreage  for *~ the two - years might  somewhat.as iollows iii round figures  SJ  n*  COULDN'T DO HOUSEWORK,  i HEART WAS S  Many women get weak and run down  and unable to look after their household duLies owing to the heart action  becoming impaired or the nervous system unstrung:  -  1 Nature intended women to be  strong, healthy and happy instead of  sick and wretched.- But how can a  woman be strong and healthy -when  day jn and day out she has to go  through the same routine of work,  sweeping, dusting, cooking, washing,  etc. Is it any wonder that the heart  .becomes affected and she gets Irritable and nervous, has hot flushes, faint  and dizzy spells, smothering and sinking spells and can't sleep at night.  , To all women whose heart is weak  and   whose   nerves   are   unstrung   we  ! would recommend  MIL-BURN'S  .  ME ART  AND  NERY.E   PILLS  their potential value, but would j**,?  escape the liabilities involved - -.r.  Crerar declared.  .-Mr. Crera^s speech came at :n<-  close of fin afternoon's* discu^it.^ -m  the-railway estimates., a discu^*-������on  which would be continued.  Eai'lier, Hon. Walter Mitx-he'l, Liberal member ��������� for St. Antoine c-.ni3  formerly one of Sir Lomer GG'-in's  lieutenants in the Provincial government of Quebec, had deseeded  private ownership of railways -Mr.  .Mitchell went further; he expre^ed  opposition to "the principle of public  ownership -and operation of all public utilities.  - -   - Z  -"I have come -to the conclusion on  general 'principle/'   Mr.   Mitchell   as-  sound  principle that the fiseal  policy i serted. "rhar the public pa  ���������me-������m������r\     ^'���������v-i  oJL.xhe country should be so drafted  as to stimulate production from the  farm, the forest and.  the    mine-   and  railway traffic would thereby.be encouraged-. *  "Tf the Xational .railways are turned-over to privale ownership at any  price whieh private ownership would  pay,   the  country  would  forever  lose  der jmblic ownership than,they bene*-  fit from lower charges."  Right Hon. Arthur Meighen, leader  of the opposition, charged in reply  that 3dr. Mitchell had no case. As  the~ national lines had not been constructed as commercial propositions,  no private company coald make them  i pay. - &  S    0. rxatfrnaaxm-xr.   %.v^mi.0v.   B   ������������,B������etai  I  Ocean  Unempfoym������nt Fn_B.C Decreasing  Victoria,      B.C.'   ���������   Unemplovment  Increase Rates !througrut B^\<**?*** has~d*-  ������������v������ we/������ J^lt'������| creased so rapidly that in some parts  jof the province it has practically dis-  Compete j appeared altogether.  i Provincial, employment officers in  their reports-to the' Department of  L.&bor. state they are now placing men  much more freely than before- Improved, weather conditions ere,given  as partly the cause.  Vessels Would Not  With Low Charges  Ottawa.���������Resuming his speech on  the St. La wren re sKip canal in the  Senate, Senator Casgrain declared.  that its construction instead of cheapening rates would increase iliem. On  May 5 jche rate on wheat irom Port  Arthur to Montreal including all  charges,   was   less   than   7   cents   per  Chinese  Tokio.���������  Delegation   Leaves Tokio  The!  entire staff of the CLi-  as the best remedy to tone ue the system and strengthen the weakened.or-  c-ompare ������gans.        _ - -    '  t  .Mrs.'  Daniel    Bezaiison, LoganviUe,  -.a-    -j   *~       v^c-,    ~..nr*yj~. *.   -,   E^-S., writes:���������"As I was U'oobled with  Manitoba���������1921,  ^,500.000;   probable |a_ weafc heart, lor nearly two  >ears I  ain writing to. tell 5-ou what your great  remedy, Miiburn's Heart and Xerve  Pills, has done for me.  My    heart    was    so bad at night I  eould not sleep. I would t'tice smothering spells, "and  was so  weak J  conld-  inot do  my   housework.      I  tried   two  doctors,* but got no resulls.      A friend  jadvised me to try >our pills.      I used   =���������*���������'      * isix boxes and am completely relieved.  Further Message to U.S. jl think they are the best remedy tor  The Havas correspondent at-l   .-������*?     "i'n"    V""    :    .,   -,     ,  '    Price,  50c\ a  box at all   dealers, or  direct on  receipt ot   price   by  1922, 3>75O:,00O.  .  Saskatchewan ���������kl������21,  probable* 1922, 12/������i>0,000.  Alberta���������1921, 5/120,000;  1922. 5,500.000.  Total���������192J, 22,121^000-;  1922, total, 25>OO.O00.  13,500,000;  probable  probable  bushel,    while    the  average  rate per,  bushel irom   1910   to   1915   Trom  Port I neSe de!?g.atlQU. be!f ,e|fc To_ki������ ^il11-  Arthur   to   [Liverpool,     inclnding     all i  charges  was   30.73  cents.       No ocean i  ���������vessel    would     ever     enter the gi_eat  lakes and compete wifh. that port.  A ten-thousand-ton tramp steamer  costs_ |*S0O per day to operate, ��������� and  it would take_ fifty days for a "return  voyage from Liverpool to- Duluth, '6r~  a total cost of ?-to;O0O. Such a'shjp :  -vvould cai-ry only two hundred thous- \  and -bushels of grain at 31 cents per ���������  bnsheL, which would mean a net loss f  .of    $18,000    dollars."    Lake  I x-t\**ifv    1i*arie*ll������>    *������v?>    i  out notifying the Foreign Office, de- _  clavlng that their departure was due  to the failure of Peking to ��������� supply,  funds for Chinese "students here and~  the refusal of Japanese banks to .make  further "advances" on- the ground of  lack of-security.     / "   " " "   - "    "  m     Aa* ' mt    ~m j.  I  &&&?������* moPM'  Doesn't   hurl   a biM       Drop a  little  "Freezone" on an aching corn, insUint-  -    ly that corn stops hurting, then short-  '   iy'you   IJ I'f   it   sllght   off  ^yilh   ilngCrs.  Truly!    ' ' Z'      "       -P.   '  Vour    drugglHt nellB a tiny hot lie of  ���������*" "Fieezonti"  Ioi ..' lev,v  e*������jil^, hulTiejieiit  to ^-emove every hard" corn, soil corn,  or.,corn between the toes, and the calluses, without soreness',or Irritation.  .il*;. * .      ,  . Paris,  Genoa ���������-understands that Premier  Lloyd George, has sent another "message to the Hnited Slates Government  giving a fuller explanalion ol the plan  ior lhe meeting of the experts.commission at The Hague.   .  Vesuvius is Active  Naples.���������The volcano Vesuvius is in  eruption with-renewed violence,.emit:  ting large--' -quantities -tof lava and  clouds ol dense v-ipor. Jt i.s not  thought"'th'e present "eruption will endanger the 'snrrbuntlEng territory,-  mailed  The T.  Ont.  Milburn Co.;  price  Limited, Toronto,  %' Our S|gP*', Pftarl .Ware-"V^ash-  Board is so strong tough and  durable that a ftill-e:rown mm o*  woman can ^stand toil it without  dofn$x the rubbinnr surface or'any  part of it the least harm I The enameled surface won't chip, flake or peel off* Think of  the .wear','there is in such a -wftshv-board! Y..-'Z-, *���������  There isi'theisauie wearing qualities.in'aM*  iirticlcs in SMP Pearl Ware. Try out lite  wash board and be convinced^  .nr- ��������� ~~. ^marm   eMk     IBM   ���������lit.  mAsAYorSMP  Pearl Ware  /nw-m my  n*t Snttx Mrtai. Products, ca4^."1  l-IOmK'BAl'TOa'ONTO   WIHNIPCO  KOMONnON    V*WCOUveH    Cm-GAIH.  m4i������mmmtm\im4tm-  A Monster Memorial  i  To Inscribe Names of Missing Canadians on Vimy Ridge Monument  ."Toronto.���������M.-ijor-Uon, ������. <J. A-lew-  burn, Hamilton, loi-iner Rlini.sler ol  Milifki, addressed dele-ga.tes to thei  joint conl'tM-encu of lh<i <Danfidinn and  Qnlarto  Dentnl  Association's : here.^^,t  .luncheon. ITe r<?vJew.cd ,the; wbiii ol'  the -Canadian Army Denial Corps  from"    191*1     ihi-ouKhout  the war and  ;'pi.;ajf?;ed the .'care* and; .irefltmVjnt tliey.  gave, the Canadian'-'aoldloi^. .-"'' Spenlc-  Ing . as chairman , of the'.-'Wiir Graves  Commis.slon, general Mftwburh said  that the names of lf>,000/missing, Canadian ROldlfti's would be in������crlh<irt in  bronze on the iw-emorjisU' <p bo erected  at';  *VIiny.  'JlldRre,    tho base bi!'v\'lii1ch  " monumerit would coy-������*r, .an*' n;cre ��������� til'  ground.,,.", '   . .:'-:-;-:'-'v        ''' ���������,..'','  The nrionster memorial. General  Mcwhurtu" aaid, would,: probably' be  vlslhhe" tor a dlHtance -peYIB to 20  miles.* . It wan designed by W: (4, At-  ward, tho Toronto, Rculptdr.. Tho  dj'iVlutci not he������������n flxf-i'd' nil; yet^the  General said. . ;������������������'������������������    ,?.-r"P'''::- -i*./  carriers f  could handle five hundred thousand;  bushels ot grain on an average. They  .could come down with -ore and'grain  to the lower lakes and get a complete  cargo ol" coal back. They could make  Ihe return voyage ha xen 'days with a  revenue of $11,000.  Lose Show Horses In Fire  Ofikvillf, Ont.���������Tweivly-pight or  thirty.show horses, hunters,, belonging  to T-I. C. Cox and Sir Adam Beck, were  burned to death wlitm. lh<d arena in  wh'Ch I-Iugli Wilson trulns Lhe horses  was "burned to the ground. The  aiena probably cost  $23,000.    '**  p555! ina mini  1 I  4-2L2_-x~~~~~~-*~  ^Sm^ Mrmo^mMS \  THE  ,: TJw-]Najn������:::,r,  ���������(JC/^1--"'--������������������'���������-������������������'���������--*-' -',**  ���������������BOItJL-rOB(Y_.  ,      ,     _    ,,. , ..  ..,  .   ... ���������en' i ;*'.- ���������^^?-  -. ifmSenusaa, Vaccines.,  and afftifresains ������?snifie������. Made byThe Lalwri-  i ory_ thkt Knox������������ How." Tw*nty-i:i\l*e'years ~ip������.~j  ecientioti* endeavor in one line cotmt fwr eonKtmnB.  Ttte Cutter Lttboratory  Berkelev        CU.S.Iic������x$e)        California  ,'  Drumh������ller Mlnec M4iy  Re-open  CalK|jry.- :!\fSswi    oju-rators     ui   ' llu.-  Brtnnhfdlcr Valloy way'coal min������������ will  re-open Jun-ft 1.5. according to a ftpcclal  illspiilch r������celve������r*b.c-r-e. : . Meantime.  luw-nver, 'everyone Ih awail.hiR im-  nonncement of a dcclHion. by. tho conciliation board, whit'h now hlandM tu!  jouriH'd.  w.   N.   u.   3iaa  ���������;��������� WARNINGi. y Say^.^.Ba.yer"  when  you  buy Aspirin.  ���������Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are  not getting*.*Aspirin at all,   Why take chances?  ; Accept only an Munbroken package" of "Bayer Tablets of  ������������������! Aspirin," wliioli fontinins direcM-ows and do^e ���������work'-ed -cut hy  '-physiciiius during Y22 years and proved safe by'"'mill ions io:  ���������: Colds Headache Rheumatism  y  Toothache      ���������,, Neuralgia Neuritis  Earache Liimbago Pain, Pain  TTancty "Buytr" 'boxea oB 12 tablet**.���������A3*o L-oflfcl-t* ol 24 *nil L00���������������*!Djru|j4,'i������t������..  >i Mir^U-lii Ih I tin tro4������ atm-le  f������'*������������;Uteir������d In ConaniKl  ft XtBytft %.*.ni~t*.et'nr������ tit Monc-  ������    mi.������<������1<*H(*(4������-H������*M* of Snllrv K������ *h������*lit,     lVhll������  tf   I* -fr-ii  tinown  ������h*t  Mtpirin Tr.������MTi������  H^^v^r  iftonnrtifMure. to twain( tJ������w K>uUllc nit������lnj������ imUmtlonn, the Tablets of XJ*y������r Corajpoji-gr  '*' **.wij.i   tus  u,.t,n*i*t.ii t-Hii- ������U+8������r ������f*i������������ri������|. lr������*d������������ imwrW,  Wis*.     Ultytr Crtum." ���������*- -,  ma cbestpa bbykbw  i', .  I-1  J- e>  r *  1������   **.  t^  Local stud Personal  -   R. IS. Staples was a business visitor  Hi Nelson on Monday. N  Get your Chaut.-iuqua tickets at Lhe  drujfPtore or Nora-is' Bakey.  Tomato Plants���������Earliaua, transplanted.    J. W." Vaness, Oreston.  Fictycue For Sai.e���������O.C.JM. bicycle,  go od as new. A tiaigaln for cash sale.  T, Lea niar, Oreston.  Mv. ������sr!<3 Mrs. A. H. Spencer are  Nelson visitor's this week, guests of  Mr. Spencea-Vi parents.  Col. Hara-ington of Edgewood. is a  Creston vi tii toi* this week, a- guest of  Rf������v. and Mi-s. Varley   at the  rectory.  ���������Mrs. C. O. Rodsrers was a visitor  with Spokane friends a few days eaa-ly  in the week, ret iirning on "Wednesday.  Work on the Ttew stretch of bridge  over the Goat River on the Mission  Road." is nearsn'g contpS^iiosi.   the oar-  I Cnrrl MUW  Jrl    ������  ffl  iy  IIIUVIW      IIIW       VIIUUUVH  Why let luxury (thrt you  do not need), size (that yon.  do not waait), Speed {that you  cannot lawfully use), lead you  into busing; a ear that you  cannot afford to own.  The new E seise Tax has  come into effect, so laid down  price of-Ford cars ^re:  Touring ... $770.59  Light Delivery 732.57  Chassis... . 637.54  < with Starter in each case)  Buy a Pord,   51 is lowest in  price, iLoweet in tnainteasance,  cost lowest   iii   depreciation,'���������  and  provides   arytEing   you  can ask for.   --������������������' -  Creslsn Ms % Supply  R. S. 8EVAKT Prsp.   ^   :  panters now being busy putting on the  sr&ii.ii-^.  Oreston brass band will Rave another  open air roncea-K in the business .section on Sat urday night fi^>m 7.SO till  8.30.  ��������� 0V        t~\-���������-m tL .        m   o.   aye.   Sx.tists.~t-    St.   iiuiHrr  Valley rancher, now resident at Nelson, is a yisitor with his son. Fred  Smith. ''  Interior painting and kulsomining,  also outside painting,  orders executes?  il      MT 1   *.    t*r ������iTijnui)  Tiin.n^-aw    r.0vA    0���������,.mr00���������0~x-S~.  iit-.-.i.mT      UieU>.|'IUtlipLlf.  Oi-eston.  Messrs. Hodges and Tilley of Medicine Hat, Alta. spent a. few days her-e  this week, and were guests of JVlr. and  Mrs. Norris.  Fob SAZ.K���������Bell shaped tent, good  as new, 12 feet in diameter, heavy canvas, has ventilators. Bargain. Enquire Review Office.  Mrs. Jos. Heath of Invermere arrived on Wednesday for a few days'  visit with'Oreston friends,, and is a  guest ������f Mrs. W B. Einbiee.  - Strawbkkry Plants ��������� Magoon  Strawl)ei."i*y Plants for. sale, guarantiee! fre^-froK! \veevil, ������520 ps.-r thousand  Mona-ad Wfgen,  Wynndel, B.O.  Mrs. C"G. Bennett   and   daughter.  |   Have You Joined  ^Greston & District  fifteen Hundred  ninh  ww  Kev. 6. Knox not returning an tinae  to take the service in the Methodist  Church on Sundav night, the pulpit  was occupied by O. O. Quist, the evening worship being -largely of a musical nature.  Harry Hughes', proprietor of tbe  Sirdar Hotel, appeared before Magi-  atrateYMallandaine on Saturday afternoon for an infraction o������ the Liquor  Act.-- - Provincial-police McLaren prosecuted,   having   paid   an   unexpected  - ������k/������w  w7-*'      <m-Jt.mm*r     i\mm-'-^0m.M.   -i^e-u*^*������.w*       km    buu   v������xs*.������a������������  Hughes-was fined $109 and costs.  . Fred Belanger, a former Creston  citizep, who has been critically ill at  Cranbrook hospital for, ab least tbe  past month, has sufficiently recovered  to return to his home at Lumber-ton.  HATCHING EGGS  WHITE WYANDOTTES   BLACK M1NOBCAS   S.C. WHITE LEGHOHN3   ... 81.25  - 1.2&  ...   1.26  Yet?  T^Trite the Secretary for  Atiplication Forms  m9^~,  XI.  \X*4>T*iCft      - 'U*������C-������t*������V**Cl  l-ltSl ^CnettUTllMX  friends a few  days the early  part of  the week."   They left-on Sunday.  Mrs. C 6. Bennett and daughter.  Man, were yisitors with Oranhrook  frisnds^a-few days the eas-ly part of  tta-s week.    They left on Sunday,  The stores in town will he closed  Saturday afternoon from 2 to 4 o'clock,  in order that all may witness the*  Creston vs. Kaslo championship ball  game.  , .The most for the least is what Cfliau-  tataqiia offer's voia in eleven high class  programmes at. 30c= jeach for adults  and 10c...for children���������if you buy a  season ticket.  .To-morrow ^Saturday) '-is King's  Birthday, and the postoflB.ce will be  closed except from & tn & p.m., during  which hour the general delivery wicket will be open.     Fob. SaAb���������Sik Leghorn cockerels,  | Marquis sta-ain,  first of March chicks  froan R.   S.   A.  .Jackson's   (Duncans,  B.C.)prize    pen. v������5   each.      G.  W.  Harrison. Erickson.   <  The children's features at this year's  '. Chuutauqua ar* better than ever.    At  $1 forji season   ticket" no school child  should be allowed to miss this big  week's entertainment.  . The baseball season will be officially  opened on Saturday afternoon .when  the KasUVteasn wil! st;tck up ::gainsb  Creston at 1.45 p:m., and a fast', close  game mav be loolted foi-.  months,  bzringing  he made  per setting of 14 eggs. All from  sxceiieni. or .prize stock. . P. G.  EBBUTT. Oreston.  uiiLaiu  fijti/mv  RESTON  ARflRF  PHONE a  *>      '     -~amm:~.m  l-��������� %-.0~--.  m-* m      JL>-      AU.Ull> Wuir ia������������o  Spokane for the past three  arrived home ,011 Monday,'  with hiaaa an auto in which  the trip from Cranba-ook.  The -added luxury tax on automobiles- amounts to almost seven per  cent., and as result the price on Ford  cars is advanced- a matter of over $33  since the end of the aveek.  Fob Saile���������3 horse kerosine engine,  used thi-ee months, $110 for quick saie.  Saddle pony, saddle and bridle. $90.  Rubber-tired democrat, $90. Morrow's Blacksmith Shop, Creston.  To  maintain  efficient service,' par  ticularlv for the evening trade at the  icecream  parlor,  Miss  Alice  Embree  started    work   on    Thursday   at  tbe  Norris bakery and confectionery.  For Sale���������Pm-elked Holstein cow,  will fa-eahen in a few days. Also two  horses, one abnfct 1400 and other 1000  lbs, gentle, and will drive ~ single or  double.    Alex. Mirahelli, Creston.  Fob. Sale���������Black' mare four years  old, very gentle, broke to single ahd  double driving and saddle. '-' Also  saddle, bridle, qnii-t, and set single*'  draying harness. inquire Review  Office.  Mr. and Mrs. A., B. Fiench left on  Saturday fur Spokane, whea-e they are  spending some time with ihe lattea^s  sister, while Mr. French is reenper-  atinghis strength^preparatoay to undergoing an operation for appendicit-  psifs far wliisra's and SaiEson's gboeolalss  mmm in all its branches.     men cuss cohfeghokery  for up-to-date sejrvice try, our Ice  Cream Parlor asid Tea Room.  -s"       "0��������� r  Ice Cream always on hand.  BERT NORRIS  Next door'to Sevan's Garage  aoe-TD-  lii  us.  ;) -,-  Anglican Chph Services  SUNDAY, JUNE A -  CRESTON SIRDAR  7.80 pin, 10.80 a.m.  W������ are handling  the   favdraMy-toown   Cook  JBrothers'and Alien, l^lpiited^ lines.  '&r "' "'"1 i- 1 "ZZ--    Z"**������  A  eomplefe 'rai^ge  of  Spring  and   Summer  Saisaples  Prices cosasiderably lower tk&Jk  sanm  Better Service  General Merchants  Lower Prices  Try the Drugstore First  ���������,L'���������.:?,,rir  BIFF!   BING!   BANG!!  and your hand sliall fall like a ton of lead upon poor,  unsuspecting mosquito that has the misfortune to  "sink for blood" upon the back of your neck, and  "strike it rich/'  SOON���������mosquito time is almost here; is here���������  there will be wailing and gnashing of teeth/with flaying of arms and scratching of limbs.    But whv?    NO  need for irr  We can take the sting and poison ont, drive the  pest away, and, at least, give you peace."  Insect Powder,  Moth Balls,  Gum Camphor  uaii{y Never Sacrifice  This store is conducted along fhe line of correct merchandising  principle^. We know that the only safe way to deal witKYQur  patrons is to give them full measure of value at the right price.  ,    , ���������.. '.'      .    ''��������� . '   . '     .       ' ��������������������������� ���������     ��������� -s ;" '    '   . -;'   p.'   ' z   '' ������������������''  Men's, ladies', Chllta's Canvas Shuus  Made of fiue quality canvas uppers,*< pur������ Guam rubber .heels  ' in olack and white, moderately priced.  fl H"n   B   H   H        H    B H^g^^ H '"^   1 ^^Ll        ^B5B^    ^88^. ^^L   B .^^LlI " 5    B' XJJ^   B       ^^5^_  Made from best quality leather and suitable for summer wear; in Tan and White  BEATTIE-OATWAY, Ltd,  Mail Order* a  Specialty.  Phone Service  Profs.pt iA.itcntion  Dry Goods  Groceries  JfcXk  Furniture  HsrAwarsi  j-  a  I ��������� ������4W������i&-I������Y*K.<tt ������M m**.


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