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Creston Review Apr 21, 1922

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Array SBSSffiSBSi*..  Vol. XIV.  Baseball vOob?s  Ainafeur Night  The Grand Theatre has been reserv-  01 for Ti3es3sy. Masy 16fch, by the baseball club, who are putting on what  will undoubtedly be the most pretentions entertainment attempted by local  talent;  .  The show is being billed as an- 'Amateur Night." and the Idea .-fa .to offer  a substantial prize for the individual  or compHhy who canWgiye the best  turn. One citizen with- the tight kind  of sporting blood has offered to guarantee: a prize of fflfty dollars, bnt* ������  cash prise will, not be allowed in an  aunatelir coxnpetitjon- and the- reward  f.tr the most proficient eniertaErier will  have to be in some form other than  money. Howeyer, it is quite certa in  t hat the reward will be a substantial  one. Entries can be made to the secrt������  tary������ C-"'F. Hayessy at the Review  office, and already -a., number have  come in. The management of .the  show will be in the hands of K. B.  Staples, and a committee of competent  judges will award the prize.  With several new players in tlie  Valley, aud last year's players having-  profited fro a good-year's experience  in 1921. Oreston is assured of a real  base ball team this year; a team that  will foe deserving of the support of the  entire valley;  It is not the intention to risk for  large subscriptions from anyone this  year Howeyerr abaseball'|^m cannot be run witbontsprae funds, and it  is expected that every:', sport I n the  valley (and every.Cregtonite is a good  sport) will torn ont" and support the  big show on J^jfay 16th, -which it is  hoped will be the only ffnanciaVaid re-  qnired this season.  ���������fc=.  1-phted speaker, made the  p&Ss away at lightning speed. A col*  leOWrtn was taken to assist the local  Sfkhdap school, apd a very hearty invitation waa extended to the speaker  to return in the fall.  Principal Campion of tbe public  schfrnl issues the following report of  Division I. for March : Junior Third;  Hank���������Margaret Little. Dorothy Wes-  tan. Merle Charleson, &eor#e Charleson. John Malthouse, Freda Ijye.Alax*  Mitchell, Jessie Brain, Marvin Little,  Albert Mitchell. Annie Terburv. Gus  Charleson. Senior      Third���������Doris.  Millington;  Frances Malthouse, OorsJ  CBESTOK, B  I Frampton. Harold Fi-amptan,  joty.* Eva. jRrjiir*, Junior" !?������**;*.���������������:*;  Clara Little Ronald Brain. Entrance  ���������Fsa.minal ion based on new standard  60 per cent being required: Ernest  Stevens 72.28. Mnrielle Millington, 12,  Jenny Chalmers 63.  Miss It-ving's report of Division II.  is as follows. Hank, First Primer���������  Wallace Su'ciiiir. Mae Millington,  Irene Well-spring, Ivor Milne. Second  Prirher���������Billy Yerbury. George Mst=  chell. First Reader���������Hilda Fittner,  Margaret Chalmers, Gladys .Brain,  George Frampton, Agnes Sinclair.  Lucy Lye* Fred Yerbury. v Junior  Second ' Reader���������Jack Bird, Fred  Weston. Charlie Malthouse. Senior  Second Reader���������o^oE^e Ohwdlcy.  Peter McKay, Arthur-Frampton.  js^c^WAm -Lvsg^ii&t&sm  mmmtt.l.  ���������~*������������"No'.WiS|ic Health  NwtM for Vaiiey  .tip-'���������".   .  ���������       -^.  ;  v,  ~ A itept*s?is|^V'SJ ntsesaber of nttsra*  h&tf} ������if the Creston Branch of the Red  ���������Cross Society j^td a publuvJiieetingr  ^r: Tbursdsj-^ht in Speers' Hall,: to*  decide tlie ^ues^ioh of whether another n-urse'shottldYbe called for fco take  the place of Mm?) Lucas, who has been  recalled t^'Vftf^eayer.  J   *������He mattfer^^s thoroughly discussed $bd  ������he-|5^%ral opinion appeared  . to Ise that. wKgnft the ed ticatic nal work  2{** :fc^ **#* e������^fPubHc Health Nterses  ������H������r^ngsC wrad^n'l children and in the  homes Js nod$������|jj3t a very great advantage in iitose^maces where it, is needed  Sthaydlv just-l^&lihe: yery great ex-  |pense ewtail������^^^������������esr "i.  nurses eovers  si:5lra lar^e^iai^rict.jas  tbafr v* aching^  toansKingg^at^to JBps\vell,especially  i wfeesithe burd^all falls on Creston,  audits imroedf|||e rselgbhorhondo ,  - When apjpivhpg? for- a. nurse in the  first place fne/^mmittee bad felt the  need more pSj^eitlarly for sick nursing, but have ^ieen disappointed to  find that mor&fettess is laid on the  school workJb#.the Bed Cross nurses.  Mrs. Jones of Kuskanook was a vis-,  itor here on Saturday for the sewing-  circle-meeting, leaving tbe same evening foa Nelson, where she is spending]  Faster with friends.  to see Conductor  regular run after  *t-m~ JtX- .-m.00.mxa.tmlm.  Vifr.'vm ���������xa\waa%rtrw~  rsrspsftf.  Alfred ffelson, the Oanyonbntc her,  who' for the past two -years has -retail  ed fresh meat at the ranches in . this  place, has discontinued this practice  and will in future have his stand at  the postoffice e&cfa6ja%i3rday at four  o'clock.   * Y :"���������        *'���������"  Tlie filfst California n bees have arrived in the district via YNelson, and  were consigned; to Bert. Yerbury of  Maple Ranch.   .  Camp Iaster celebrated Good Friday  with a. two iRCu fall iti snow.  . Mis^ Annie Chalmers, who has bpen  attending high school fn Cranbrook  for the pastry ear, returned home Friday for the Blaster holidays.  o>Rev. H. Vnrtey will be here on Sunday for Church of England service at  the Bchooihouse at Ji a.m.  Camp Lister spent a very interesting and educational evening Friday  when Dr. Calvert of Kaslo gave n  magic lantern lecture In the school at  eight o'clock."John Bird occupied the  , Jjjhrough P the entortaimnent. Tho  ^jMe^Were "Photos of, Mesoptania  *m\y a British Soldier" and "Scenes of  Sue./'   Thi'   Calvert,  being  a.  rather  Sirdar ia/pl^ased  Greaves bavkonliis  ^rinitiroiw.jikh attack of lumbago-,  -   -_   ~.     ������������������������"   ��������� *^- "'"v *"  G. Cam iBaa.filse.barpentei-s at work  on quite a good eized addition   to, bis  -hoiise, which   will^-bs  week. .  - The McCabe bridge otew will start  work this week nn a stretch of pile  driving at the span,and as the govern*  :������C9&.dr���������d.gs Is at w.-������ k ajguisi At .the  Landing the yard crew is again Working night shift.  4xr-.m.-m-S~A.-.rt     t������������_I*_  <AriU|nCliCII      iiml IB t  Osborne. Although the attendance  ���������was hot as good as usual, owing to  spring work, responded to the Ciwase,  $7 being collected nnd pt-oc* eds given  to fund for cocoa supplied to pupils'of  Alice Siding school doE-ing the winter  months. The dab's motto is, "Lt|ok  after the children." .*". Z'"Z-$-  J~t. Hdnd left on Thursday last ]for  Cranbrook, where he is spending a  few days on a business visit. YY  ^taidey Paul and S. Vaness Who  h&vv the contract for putting down a.  well, on Mrs. Stace Smith's place, are  already down 30 feet, but no sign of  water as yet.,  Cattle are now back on their old;  feeding ground, the fiats being fairly  dry, but little grrss available as yet.  Clearing operations are in full  swing on the Hilton ranch,* at which  work,T. Anderson is lending a hand.  ** Mrs. Bathohnew of  Nelson   was   a.  week-end visitor with Mrs. Churchill.  School closed On Thursday for S^ist=  er vacation. ���������" Miss Mi Wadds, pripci-  pal, left on Thursday for Crawford  Bay, to spend holidays witb her parents,,-  Flower Show  "V-  Gophers have   already   made   their  appearance in this area. |  Ssnith  has vacated Dr.  than has seefued  altogether hecessary  in acotumunityisucfa as tbis. j     Mro  .St..i,  The meeting   unaniawusly   decided j WeM?|icm������ and   is   now   occupying  that a nurse qs ������ot   needed,   and   the | the ^s}^nce of her  secretary   w������s , Instructed   to   inform [  Ked Cross-headquarters of this decision.  own property*'  spraying outfit u-has  Another power  ��������� beert>addei( to   the   Alice   Siding   or-  chard equipment.    : It is   a  syndicate  affair,    q^ned    jointly    by    Messrs.  Wood/ Weiiister and Ash.  We now would ci|ll taSYyou-r a^tention  The Es������iter Momia v celebration  mj&4ZB4JEgQ~-mr)^0$^^ '  Held iii Creste^'^i-^sti-.'iJiiSr;;- --*  .When at theAbour of ei^t^ftetan  As jnjfy a crowd as -^ws have-seen  a-isis**;  .^l^li  GRAND THEATRE  Saturday, APRIL  2 ffl ^H  ' An  GARMEL MYERS in  Two Keel Comedy  HAREM SCAREM  ww wJmJI.KM^?tfS^JIjr o JTTStEJJX ~i u"  CONSTANCE TALMADGE  in  In Search of a Sinner  Toonerville   Trolley  Dr������s1t forfcel the Banff* OmUeatra  Danoe Monday niffht.  ��������� The miners strike does not appear to  make much difference in the .westbound freight tonnage, the yard crew  still taking care of four barges a day  a������ usual.  Miss Mc Masters and her pupils had  a splendid programme for Easter  closing on Thureday afternoon last,  and in the musical features able assist  ahce was rendered by Mrs. Wilson,  who was np for Atbai-a.  Col.Lister^M.P.P.,paid Sirdai a yisit  on Thursday last, being here for the  citizens school meeting at which the,  new taxation methods were dinens-aed.  T. Rodgers has been appointed school  district auditor.  Mrs. Loasby is at Vancouver again  this month, where she i������ again under-  going specialist treatment.  Frank Simister of Cresbon was a visitor here last week looking after the  erection of a summer kitchen at the  C.P.R. hotel,  Section foreman Toleilco although  able to be up and around is still keeping to the house. P. Lornbnrdo is taking chargo at the &<*ction crow, which  js how up to eight men.  The Wilson quarry inndea shipment  of paving block3 to Calgary at the end  of the week. This is trinl lot, and if  the stone gives satisfaction the quarrv  will likely be called upon to supply  nevert11 earn of it.  ��������� *  Deputy road foreman Ollie Harris  has a crew of about  four  men   busy  Saer-e timkieJig repairs to .ho highways  Suj the Sirdar dUseU-Jci. IBetween here  anH Wydndel travelling la nlmoHt- out  of the question, and uutolutu complain  of the lack of attention the roads are  getting.  MinseH Goodman were hostesses at  tho meeting of fche sewing; circle at the  schoolhouac on   Satur������lay   afternoon,  which wesB rcry largely utU^id^d^mjil  with an intake of njrnoct $10 the meeting was the biggent financial success of  fche year.  And all our Valley's faitrdomaSn ^f:  Was represented in the hall.  They started off by playfrag whist, ^  Juggled tho^pasteboards hand o*er-fist  For a couple of hours or so. and then  Siie-jkttst jugglers they did declare  As Taylor and Botterill.' 'mongst the  men.  And oht ������>f all the ladies there  Miss Davidson the best did fare.  Whilst the second ladies prize befell  To Mistress A. D.Manuel.  Meanwhile the folks did now  proceed  To^fortify the inner roan.  Against whatever might bticceed  With cake galore, sandwich of ham.  And coffee fresh from out the can.  Then   out   they   lugged   a   giown-up  lamb  Rigbtin front of all that jamb;  Guess it thought, '?My, Uncle Sam!  Wonder what on earth this cram  Think they're going to do* With nie."  But forthwith Staples (friend It. B.) [ ���������  Advised that sheep, which all cojild sef .  (OC Angus'HolHtein breed,  quoth he),  Kuftted for Fair funds shall he; -  And opilied a spiel, as he is able,'  <We'd hate to think it all a fable)  Abont our Valley's annual Fail' '  Being a show of merit rare,  1 "Bent, in the world", he did declare.  But said it. took a raft of cash  To make the  best and biggest splash*  But that every mortal there  Had a chance to help the Fair  By bidding up on rnflle tickets ^  Be auctioned off amid auoh rackets  As knocked that sheep for forty fits.  ^ ��������� Y   :  Of those who urged the bidding on   .  Chas. O. Rodgers took the mutton;  He did'nt seem to give n hang  But bid her up to try. his fate.  So now with ticket ninety eight  Charles hue that little lamb.  Thon Alex. Lidgate rigged his traps���������  A dozen Snotrument'a, ..perhaps,   "*  And Mrs. Lister played the flddlot  Till all iiflrged   round   In   a   hl-dlddlo  "���������' *4ida������3 '���������:: ������������������.���������     *  Whilst Mrs. ForemaW at the key-boa id  Rounded out a co^ribluatloh,  For dishing ������uit tho syncopation  The like of which wo'vo never heard.  Well, there you have   the   wholo   oration  Concerning that great celubratUin  Staged for t.hat������evMitng'M jecreation  By the O.V.A. A������K**f>ol������tion.  Tho Goclal Club held itb Una! meeting on Apr-it Ilth, in the Ctmiptnn  pat;king nheii. Inauoing was the feat-  uro nf the evening, and during pro  cocftings naioa wero contributed by  Miss V. Marshall,   S. Vaness and Mr.  BlBOTC-^Oh March  14, ,'toY Mr.   ^tnd  es pe****e^::JBj^B^ ty:  acres of hisnmncjhY thi^ ��������� iyeav. Y ������te; ibas'  jitst placed an order for some 5000 feet  of pipe; ���������;;....:J. :..*',."���������  , s A- the tfnited Farmers meeting liu.t  *vuek a donation of $5  was made * to  the beautify-f he-cemetery  prbjipct  Of  Creston Board of Trade, and the secretary is now   in   communication   with  the lands department at Victoria with |  a view to purchasing som? ^four acres  on the Canyon road in the neighbor-^  hood   of. F.   V.   Stjaplea*   etnawlierrw*  uren. which will be fitted out as park  and picnic ground.  Apple planting in this seotion will  be^qnite heavy this spring. On the  jt. J Long ranch twelve acres have  been previously cropped to alfalfa, is  being got ready to set out to trees���������  piostly Delicious.  Stumping operations- would also  took due to be active. Almost 200 cases  of powder hare already been received  at the C.P.R. depot*.  ���������Sam Fraser is'anxiously awaiting a  warm swttch to. the weather so as to  get at the outdoor planting of about  10,000 oabbage plants which, along  with peppers will >e Iris Btnndhys fop  11)22. - His acreage of tomatoes wlTt be  small this year. ..  Erickson growers are intending to  take full advantage of the water in the  community system thin year. Last  week the Co-Operative store placed]  an order for 16,000 foot of galvanised  and black pipe. |  "Mr. and Mrs. D. Macdonald of  Cranbrook were Easter visitors with  the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.  Cartwright.  Mrs. Thurston left the fore part of  the week on a visit to friends In Medici nn Hat, Alta.  Word Bias junt reached here of the  deMUli nt Tedlkwa, B.C., tho 1js.Uh.~- part  nf March, of Mra. Henry llaruilton,,  who It will be recalled left here for hrr  new northern B.C. home hardly a  year ago. Mr. Hamilton predeceased  her just three months, hla death oo  curing abHed Deer, Alta.* the latter  part of Decern ber, Both were highly  respected residents of Erickson for  many years, und our readers will hear  ���������with, profound regret of her passing,  following so soon on Mr. Hsmilttoo'ii  demise.  The   Women's   Institute   hod   the  April meeting on Thursday aftetmoon,  with''the* .president, :*Mrs. ���������'Garl^s&N.jto .  the chair, and -quite a good turnout 0$  members.  A donation of SIO was voted the  jBoardof Trade's beautify-the-cemetery  couiiuUtee to help carry out the work  planned to put the local burying  ground in a. presentable sbape.  Further discussion as to a plot of  land far building ..purposes took place,  and it was agreen to purchase a lot ao  ^jjiae Barton Add staon near the theatre  -vvtth the idea.of some day erecting a..  -hall thereon, though this will probably  not be for some years to come.  Next month & flower show and sale  of home cooking will be held in place  of the regular meetings on Saturday,  May 13th, in Speers' Hall, anid members are asked to bring cakes, etc., for  the cooking sfeill. EnfcHes fer ths  flower show are asked to be sent in to  Mrs. Hamilton before May Ilth. The  classes are as follows:  jL-erus.  Flowering house plants.  Boquet wsld flowers.  Dafiodiis. 12, in vase.  Tulips, single, white. 12 an yase.  Tulips, double, colored, 12 Jn yase.  .   Tulips, single, colored. 12 in vase.  Tulips, double, white, in vase.  White Narcissus, 12 in vase.  Any other variety, -.12 in vase.  . Centre decoration, any flower.  Single flowers in vase, any yariety.  ^iss- Whiddon ^.veadernonstBation  on * niak ing   organdie Sowers.'    Mrs.  'Cfej^ril^ll^iB^^ '  hand&erchf^; sachet WiBed   for the.;  bene^Sjb^ioff -|li^JBte&r^B'. :jfe^i**������lftV'  ,dran*::^^^eihgY,i^..;.:i^^ the'"  ..'^'"r'.'J-  ritfigrs  CEE8TON  |^^iiai������n*i^^^i*w^j^  ^^^^ri:ab^%Y^^i^;Y;S^  1Cresio������.Y*;;"��������� Y Zj^ZpZZ "ir, "JZ *���������" ���������     ?? 'ZZiZ>-Y  Standing; roon������ is idl that is available ia ^tho-'^^yY'^'a^ '  Orestoa public school at present, the  ftJareh -eaE^llHseot lr������' the. * flye * nxwens * *'  showing-   302   pupils   in   attendance  .with' Miss David<������on's room indicating  the banner attendance of 42^.   If there  is much of a  beginners* class at niid-  summer it begins to Took as if uAother  teacher will have to be- provided this  .year.' '                                  . v. Y  ���������  Judgment was given out in the case  os the Murdoch Estate y. Hugh Taylor, which was tried here about flye  weeks ago before Judge Fori n. and in  which 8020 damages were asked of  Taylor for damages done by rabbits  and cattle to the part of the old Griffin  ranch which recently was sold to Mr*  Nickel. The judgment directs that  Taylor pay $125 and tbe costs of the .  actEon.  Attention, Anglers!  For the 1022 fishing season we  are . offering -*two substantial  prizea to tlie fishermen who have  tbe .good fortune not to let the  bi&geat one������ get away, nnd the  only regulations attached to the  content are: 1. Fish must bo  caught with tnoklo purchased at  this store, and, 2, The fish must  be- pireseintodi at our store to ho  weighed and measured so tliat  nti exact record may be kept of  all oatonoa.    Tho rewards are:  FIRST PRIZE  #i:i00    Bristol    Qtoel    Telescopic  Fifolsins-g: H������d��������� for h-navacat tsrowt.  SECOND PRIZE  95.00   Firench   Fishing  Bosket for  heaviest char.  Prizes awarded Bopt. 1, 1022.  mmmmm**  mssmsmm  m������������g_m_m������3S������~m  \'.i-' -  wmmmtvm*m  mmmmmm.  ���������mwMrrwmwm salSKSixmmm  - ���������'���������"������������������������������������. ������������������������������������%-���������:��������� "���������'������������������ .���������-.,.������������������*������������������   *.'������������������  * '* * **** "J".'>**''*e*U -* \- ri.:  -^ar*^,*:,^^>ii.*T -..^fr-* ���������,  XEtK XLEVIEWa CIIESTON. B. C  W  NEVER COOK UP COLD MEA3T WITHOUT IT  y.  dKept-  in the Sealed  Package  89  r-  S  Tlie Miracle Of Spring  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  Spring has come again with all that it implies oi" hope, rebirth, optimism,  growth, youth and happiness?    Spring, the ever recurring miracle of the ages!  it is only necessary to open one's eyes to realize the wonders of Spring  all around. Brooks and rivers, joyfully break their icy fetters and go  leaping, rushing on their way; trees throw out their tiny leaves; seemingly  dead and dried grasses almost overnight take on a lustre of green; "birds appear miraculously and fill tbe air with song. In a word, all nature awakes  iron, its long sleep and thrills with life and the joy of living.  *.*' --"-  And what Spring means and brings to nature it should mean and bring  to all mankind. Just as the cold earth yields to the benign influence of'the  growing strength of the sun's rays, and casts off the iron bands which have  held it in frozen grip, so should man respond and throw off the lethargy and  pessimism of winter and renew his youth and vigor with Spring.*  Of course, men do, with the coming of Spring and. the renewed activity  of nature, undertake those duties, of the farm which the season brings, while  in the cities artisans are again employed- in structural works. But Spring  should mean to all men and. women a deeper, more significant message than  merely a call to summer's work.  Spring is the season of hope and promise. It is the. time of year when  all may turn their backs and their minds on the past and look forward wit]j  confidence to the future.  The winter of 1921-1922 was a hard and discouraging one for many people. To some it was a time of hopelessness-and even acute suffering. Inevitably it caused a lowering of one's morale, a weakening of one's courage,  discouragement, and the development of a feeling of pessimism -about the  future. Nature seemed cruel, and the efforts of man to withstand its vagaries and onslaughts appeared weak and futile.  But with Spring, nature conies in a happier, smiling mood: It offers  encouragement. Ones' first effort, therefore, should be to respond to this  kindlier mood, and to shake off the pessimistic feelings of the-past, to turn  from the dark forebodings of winter, to forget past discouragements, and to  face the future with confidence and a brave countenance.  Kecognizmg the fact that environment has a great deal to do with one's  state of mind, it is the part of wisdom to improve that environment in everyway possihle. A man cannot make a success of things if aU around him are  evidences of failure; progress and efficiency are not born in surroundings  marked by sloth and carelessness. Winter always is characterised by accumulations ot" useless and waste material, and the melting of the snows reveals much unsightliness which is most depressing.  A genera!, vigorous "clean up" should, therefore, be the first Spring duty.  Clean up the house clean up the yard, remove aud destroy the refuse of winter, repair that broken fence, judiciously employ a little paint. Remedy all  those little things which give a rundown, shiftless, unprogressive, nnprosper-  ous appearance to your place. A little time will do it. and the effect on~|-  yourseif and your family will be amazing. And don't forget to clean tip  your own thoughts and ideas. Bury out of sight your old forebodings and  gloomy predictions. When washing your house windows don't neglect, to  clean the windows of your mind and soul.  Dethoralizing outward conditions have a depressing effect on the inner  man. but h is from within that must come the will to improve those outward  conditions. To allow the sluggishness of winter to continue means, not life.  but death. Just as nature ihrows off the shackles of winter and responds to  the appeal of Spring, so must each and every individual refrain from, further  dwelling upon the discouragements and losses of Ihe past ancl throw themselves svhoU>-he-.ircedly into the present with their eyes fixed on the future  and their ecu-riiies���������spurred on-by an inflexible ambii ion to succeed���������employed  in con .*-*���������; ruettv*-*** work.  A Sprine c-k-an up is good business Irom the purely practical standpoint.  The ���������������������������-niovai. o: -.vasu** is always wise. It is a matter of economy. It is a  .���������iarY'-^.i.irY oi T*-*;eUh. But ii also has a beneficial effect, on oneself. It re-  :.-(-:���������*:.:0* r\\r i::*-::vjd;ia2, and i:' a nuiierial clean up is accompanied by a re-  -*tdj)i.-!:''-*ri! .--eriel ...������������������\ tt-rmr-nr or olio's outlook on life and ils problems, & Jong  ��������� *>li   '.'���������������������������.'-;--r-'.  .'   ��������� -   linpn  lakt-n  Unemployment   ,in    Berlin lias-de^  creased to 'i\^loyr$s% figure since" the;  armistice.  #I)u^n^Y,the    lastY three  months only '14.'. workers out of every  1,000 were unemployed.  i Customs; duty collected on agricultural implements during 1921 amount-  "ed to $1,91^370, out of a total duty  collecMqtii of .$^[^667,683. During the  same period, 'duty collected' oh foodstuffs amounted to$29,723,40S.; y;Z  A fellowship of the value of $500  per annum has been donated for a  limited term, by the Imperial Oil Company, which will open to graduates of  universities in'.Western Canada who  wish to pursue postgraduates work at.  the University of Toronto. ~  Hon. John Hart, minister of finance,  was sworn in by Lieutenant-Governor  Nichol as minister of industries for  British Columbia. He will retain the  office of minister of finance- Premier  Oliver, who has been minister of industries, resigned juat . before Mr.  Hart was sworn in. The Premier  will retain the .office of minister * of  railways.  For Hiccups and Heartburn _  Here is a Good Prescription  Nothing brings such satisfactory relief as slowly sipping a few drops of  "ISJerviline" in sweetened water. Nerviline relieves those conditions that  cause the hiccups, just as it does sour  risings, gas belching and fermentation  in the stomach. For acute stomach  pains, bloating nausea and similar ills,  rely on trusty old Nerviline���������the true  friend of every family. Sold by all  dealers,  35c per bottle.  No soldier in Great Britain will  be eligible in future for married Quarters unless he is 26 years of age.  Women Can Dye Old  Y Faded Things New  In Diamond Pyjas  JEach package of ''Diamond Dyes" "con"-'  tains directions so simple any woman can  dye or tint her worn, shabby dresses,  skirts, waists, coats, stockings, sweaters,  coverings.' draperies, haneings, everything, even if she has never dyed before.  Buy "Dia.mo.id Dyes"���������no other kind���������.  then perfect homo dyeing- is sure because Diamond Dyes are guaranteed not  to spot. fade, streak, or ruei. Teh your  drussrist whether the material you wish  to dye is wool or silk, or whether it is  linen, cotton or mixed g-oods.  Probably the queerest hor.se shoes  in the world are those employed in  the Sudan. They are not realtv shoes,  but stockings made of camel's skin.  On the Marriage Day  Romance usually ceased, and history begins���������and sore corns begin to  go when "Putnam's" is applied. It  takes out corns, roots, branches,  stems���������no trace of a single corn left  after Putnam's Painless Corn Extractor has done its work, 25c at all dealers.      Refuse a substitute.  Franc; Wail Test  Tlio man who slowly climbs the  ladder of success remains there longer than the one who reaches if by the  balloon route,  MotorSess Aircraft  i.i  r !*,.*  ���������Exp-iscted X.  Take  Plac-s   Dui-ing  tr,".   Summer  ;.-��������� ni ri'K'ii.ii'le:-** nirpliirii'S <> r**- to  ,:-,\'!��������� -''eil ii-i e������ \'| r** n;; I ve* 0-.(:,\.\f In  -i,.i ri i.i'-i-i   '*)"  <\u ve-rfrsu*.   In   On  '7Wmy^"p'p:  icKsy  *v/@SE*t|33������S*S  Constipation  ri',<eVH->*������rnn3������ipntto;t jy>iacn JOWblood  ancl cur tall your energy.  Myottr Yivnr and bowels  don't work prop-  iral Prance, during Ihe summer,  Hit herlo efforts In Ihe direction of de-  veloping some kind of airplanes cap-  M.blf oY llyfn-t-r nboui without, the aid  . of molars wero generally regarded fis  having been left ro CJerruany, b'ul  >he*     Kre-ncli     imve     now onterod     lhe  ��������� tioleJ on a. large scale.  The     municipal     council   of   Aydat,  . nwir     Hie     wHMuinwrt     lake   ol'   thai  name,   luis   jusl.  auI horizod     the     Au-  ; v-.-rgnf-   Aoro   Club   lo   opera tn   In   tho  ��������� lif*rish nn aornclromo foi* fho use of  t Un- body foniuilly known as the Kx-  ; jKM'iinoninl CJongroHs of Motor lews  i .'i ii i������������������i ur.-..     which     in  to  in-  he-Id   I hurt*  ��������� iron.  July   in   Im Kopl ember   Ifi,       The  bo   orr-elod   nl    Ihe^   fool.  I.     on Hod     the      I'uy-do-  TSu-     uiol mil*.;.**.     ;iir*  iiko off" from   I ho  lop  of  Letter Points Way Towards  Relief���������Lydia E.  Pinkham's  Vegetable Corapoiu d  will  ��������� VIS IR  js  arly   take  tPr\i*Tr.n"r  iiUlt*    I.lv������r  rill*   today  and    your  troublo will   ceaae.   For ritezlne**, lack ot appetite.  headache   and   blotchy akin   nothing  can (vjtifil fch'*m,   Partiy wege-fttabl'",  ������*______ PJI ���������Sm-JI Dom ���������Small Priam  PIU  li-iOKitr*-:  tii      the      pe  I'I I iii liie'-j-'J il .*'..  ph-rie,-:   will  fho   |l������ek.  ttrUU ill  hi Ind  iii.iti  I .ml v. -  ������ef)0   e-v." "  i'li'.i'ii-O'i  niclo'l "  e itt.>t   Ll 1111 a  IT'-ii'.ie-     Klsf  i-tinio,"  [neitr     eehl  ���������SViiy,  .thi    e*;������n  ������el|l  (el  ���������"U'*.-H,      ihe-ii,      |.;|v,  K\'  V  It if.  i> M ��������� ft.41- rl' n  i. \'r,4mt*.n,   ft*,-   VSittrlniiH  Toronto, Ontario.���������"I suffered from  thc  time  I was a school-girl "until   I  had      taken      your  medicine with pain  In'my left aide and  with cramps, grow-  Ins worse eacli year  until I was all run  down.   1 was so bad  nt times that I weir  unfit   for   work.     1  tried    several    doc-  I ors     and      patent  morliclnoH  and  was  only relieved  for a.  Bhort   time.     Sonic-  of   l.lio   doctors   wan Led   to   have   au  operation    but   my   father    objected,  Finally I  learned thropffh my mother  of    Lydia.    10,    riiikhani'a    Vegetable  Compound   and   bow  thankful   1   am  thai   1   tried   IL.     I   am  relieved  from  pain   rind   cram pit  and   feel   an  11'   It.  haa ������;avi>d rny lifo.    Vou may uae my  j letter io  ieu.'lp oilier women  a-j L am  > rrhid   to  rtu-fiijijiinnd   tho   niedlelne."'���������  |   MltH.     II.     A i     tiOODMAN,     3-1     IlOflkVUlOe  Ave,   Toronto,   Onlarlo.  \.yi\U\ 10, rinkham'K Piivato Text-  [ Rook upon "Allmentlj Pcnullar to  , Women" will be ocnt. Io you free  ! iii������f>n reqtiOKt, Write to The .Lydia E.  ' Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mnoa,  j Thf������   hook   contaius   valuablo  lnCor-  Can_dlM. Mbde -  As a. health builder. Royal Yeast is gaining Jn  ?>opuIarity ������very day, St is a lobdi- n*6l a med������earB������=  t supplies th������ va.asrtsrae -tyhscih .he dielSTsaV lack.  Royal Yeast is highly beneficial in cases -where tK������  syistem seems "run down***Y Royal Yeast is the rich*- .  ������st khpvv^n source of vitamines. and when taken  Into the system acts as a corrective agent. Royal  Yeast Cakes are recommended fortheir purity and  wholesomeness. It is the purest, the most convenient and economical yeast on the market.  Two to four Royal Yeast Cakes a day iviir work  wonders. A ''full-day's' sup pi y. can easilv be prepared at one time i>y using one glass luke warm  ' water -and teaspoon sugar to each yeast cake. Allow  to stand overnight in moderately Warm room. In  ihe morning stir well and pour offfjiquid. YPlace in  refrigerator or other cool place and drink at intervals as desired throughout the day*  Send name ahd address for free booklet** Royal  Yeast Cakes for Better Health."  TSKOJJTS. CANADA. MSMTSBiaY  WtMWIPEi  mta,111  [iiNiiiiiiiiililiiiHIl  Fatal Streiet Accidents in Britain  Official figures just published show  that there were 2,845 fatal street accidents caused by vehicles in the  United Kingdom last year, just eight  more than 3n 1920. The number of  accidents which did not prove fatal  but resulted, in personal injury, increased by over 4,000 to 61,000. In  London there were 571 fatal street accidents last year and 22,647 that were  not fatal.  UNSIGHTLY PiMPLES  AND FACE ERUPTIONS  In   the   Spring   Most   People   Need   a  Tonic M*edicine  One of the surest signs that the  blood is out of or;der is the pimples,  unsightly eruptions and eczema that  come frequently with the change from  winter to spring. These prove that  the long indoor life of winter has had  its effect upon the blood, and that a  tonic medicine is needed to ..put it  right. Indeed, there are few people  who do not need a tonic at this season. Bad blood does not merely show-  it self in disfiguring eruptions. To this  same condition is due attacks of rheumatism and'lumbago; the sharp stabbing pains of sciatica and neuralgia;  poor appetite and a desire to avoid  exertion. You cannot get rid of these  troubles by the use of purgative medicines���������you need a tonic, and a tonic  only, and among all medicines there -  is none can equal Div Williams' Pink  Pills for their tonic, blood-improving,  nerve-restoring powers. v Every dose  of this medicine helps make new, rich  blood which drives out impurities,  stimulates every organ and brings a  feeling of new health and energy to  weak, tired, ailing men, women and  children. IC you are out of sorts  give this medicine a trial and see how  quickly it will restore the "appetite,  revive drooping spirits and fill your  veins with new, health-giving' blood.  You can get these pills from any  medicine dealer or by mail at 50  cents a box or six boxes for $2.50  from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co..  Brockville. Ont.  World Record for  Daily Newspaper  L.-ond*������������n Dally Mfrrer Claims Achievement for Royal W-edding  *,. Number  The Daily Mirror claims to have  broken all daily newspaper records  when it published 3,035,571 copies of  its Royal Wedding Number, which it  believes to be a world daily newspaper record. There were two Daily  Mirror souvenir numbers���������the Princess Mary Number, of Tuesday, and  the Itoyal Wedding Number, of Wed:  nesday. Of the Princess Mary number 2,156,000 copies were printed���������an  output which is believed to exceed  anything yet done in the history of  the Daily Mirror or its contemporaries. That record was broken within  twenty-four hours by the issue of over  three millions, of the Wedding Num-  ber> Mechanically, it was a tour de  force, for the eight pages of weeding  pictures went to press four hours after Princess Mary's return to Buck*  ingham Palace. Some ..previous figures of Daily Mirror prints are: 1910,  King .Edward's Funeral, 2,013.943;  1920,    Cenotaph    unveiled,    1,907.685:  1914, Birthday    Number,     1,892.629;  1915, Fashion Number, 1,764,4S0.  With so thorough a preparation at  hand as Miller's Worm Powders the  mother who allows her children to  suffer from the ravages of worms is  unwise and culpably careless: A  child subjected to the attacks of  worms is always unhealthy, and will  be stunted in its growth. It is. a  merciful act to rid it of these destructive parasites, especially when it can  be done without difficulty.  Strange Names ih Congress  There were once Tour Smiths in the  United States Senate, but now the  upper branch of Congress is graced  by numbers of strange and unusual  names, It is hard to tell whence we  sprung when we read the names of  such Senators as Atlee .Pomerene.  Tasker Oddie, Reed Smoot, Holm Bur-  sum, FurnSI'old McSimmons, Irvine  Lenroot, Curler Glass and Nathaniel  Dial. What's In fi name, anyhow?���������  I.o.s   An^el os Times,  "Them Wuz the Days!"  It has been disco\Tex-ecJ that in Gar*  diner, Maine, a school teacher was  paid $1 a week in 1935, the towtr-paying an additional dollar for her board.  And probably some of the voters were  grumbling at the reckless extravagance of the sec-lect men.���������Boston  Transcript.-  GZEMA  You  ara not  expc rlmunt-  ;iny    when  you   use Dr.  UIkisc's Ointment for 'E<izeme. an el    Sklu   Irrjia.-  tlous.   It rBIJcves at onco and gradually heals tlio fill In,    Sample box Dr.  ChivsK'fl  Ointment free If you mention this  pup������r nnd send 2c._sta.mn forpostuKe.   iWc. a.  box : all dealers or Edmnnson, Bales __ Co.,  ���������Unfitted, Toronto.  MO NEYTO^DEI___r  ml  When  orderi������rfi goads by muil, send  a  Uo;  Inion. Express  Money  Order. i  The Oil for the Farmer.���������A. bottle  or .Dr. ThomnH' Helectric Oil In tha  farm house will save many a journey  for the doctor, It, Is not only good  Coi- the children when taken with-  colds "and croup, and for tho mature  who suffer from pains and aches, but  there are directions for Its use on sick  rattlp,  TIkm-p   Hhovtlrt   nlwnys   be   ������  botUe of 11  in lhe. house.  BELTING FOR SALE  All    kinds   of   belting,   now   and    used*.  shipped subject te> approval. A Inch 1 plj-  n������w rubber bolting ijuju-nntoed quality.  Lwwnly <:ent������ par foot, all others at low  'Kcn'ln Cannin,      YOItK mSL.TIN������  est: pi-lecf  CO.. 11.5 York SI  Toronto, Ont.  A Fair  Exchange  A rl fl i elderly bachelor nnnied 1'age  found tho dropped glove ol' si chiii'm-  Ing young lady nnd returned It with  this nolo:  "If irom your glove you lake lhe  lull or g, that glov������ Ih love, and that  t hare  I'or thee."  In reply the young woninn wrote:  "If from your name you fjtl<o tho  U-tU-r |i, ilieii page I.s Hge, und Hint  wont*  ilr>  I'm-  mn.1'���������Wnysldo Tnlew.  Minard's    Linim-ent    for    aal������    evory-  ������ fl.tJk e* n**,,  Yw -   I   -r   .  "V  100% PROTECTION FOR UFE  ironi one vaccination with'  Cutter's Liquid or Solid  Blacklcil Aflilrcssln. A~.������r  lutcly Bafc. Cutter's Solid Abhk-iV'  ������in In jcctnTft work just like B la.ckJctt  Pill inlectom. J f Cutter's Acjireaain  aa vioobtaisiubk local ly, write  The Cutter laboratory  uTht I.absrti'lsi-t thnt Knawi Ifnu"  Berkeley -(U.S.Uc-i-ae)   Cfttlfornla  N.B.��������� Old Style Fweler and PillVacdjiM still ittJul*  for theeww who fireiex tliem.  BUCK  LEfi  Amerlea'n  . Pioneer  I   "Uou"  Itemed I uu(  HOOK  ON?  DOG   Til.HKAHRFl  flllfl    J fow    lo    i'-'O.i-d  Mailed   JKrno   t������ any  AddreaMi by tJie  Author  O,   C'r.AY   ������I,0������A'Kn  DO.,   I'N1...!..  120      'Wee-Hi       Kourth  Slrocl-,   >T������w TorJt.  U.H.A. is -
mbb ~mzmw^. sumsmaBS. a 6A.
Anthracite Producers
.', *-_��-���*���-" -
Belfast.���A* Iruce   was   declared, "jbe-
fcween the Ulster"- sp-SBiaL- * -cogsia bites'
.-    nnd the Free State troops which have
heen In menacing proximity RJo3_rgf _-he
Y Fermanagh -border- ''bet-wean" "Ulster
.Y   fcn-d    South    Ireland,, it is ��� unnotmced
Zy fcere._,   ZZZ'Z '^Zz'jPZy-':yyZ 'Y, ���-
-.1 Sir  Basil''"Brooke;   commanding lhe
J Fermanagh speeiars,^ef^s^e4:-int|>^.i.��?efe
J. State    territory.-'��� '"at "felacitlion'-*��� near!:'
f Be I coo, and   conferred   with" "th.e rival
Y leader.:. ....,._;..
| The interview ' Avas harmonious and
Z an agreement -vgas reached tinder
Y_   -whieh^hoth sides^Vtill WiUidraw their
g forces;! aviisbyt^d'i^tanceV'f^pnil the h-csr-
>    -der line to ayoict the^Elcvof af^lash:
Y Each commander agreed-to punish
-Z.^.infringers of the'-pact.* ���'������_���������
*.*������ --��� The son  of ,-a 4'ariper jianie-d''.Kelly^
-Yokohama.���The Prince of "Wales j
'has. arrived i'or his official visit Yto J
JaparUj Thousands' greeted him as! \
he landed from the British' battle *j
cr��_lseiYi_enown,: whieh brought him"f
frorn" India.     ,      .
, His reception was earned "out according to the programme to the minutest detail, as. is'the Japanese custom:. Yokohama's welcome, was not
n'egi.sy; as the children who lined the
streets are ���.'disei��)>iihed toZ silence,
;but the picture they made with their
thousands of waving . flags in the
brilliant.,,, sunshine,.,: could scarcely be
.paralleled.       The    Eenown    was    es
ia.ot.her, was overtaken on the road by
living    at; Listerkelt, Armagh, while   eorted -in  from sea by  the  Japanese
light,.cruiser ..division..;and in, the., hay
six battleships,  including the famous
a motor-car;:;   Kelly  i^ilecl, -to satis<j.Mutsu, ��� joined   the   escort.       As   the
factoriiy   ;an|?ve| ' pesjigxs*|put    top^sBela ;e__��^a;.th^'harbor^there waa
,��p?iTO~iT     of   ..guns;r and   shrieking - of
Every  class of society  was
an    the    crowds  on the
_him By th| o$cu|iafct|j oi fih_5: e&r, whos
took liini'^ht^^i^^^flliaJS^jid droves; i-sfrens
ayY     Afterwards 'Yhe* men   blind-- ripres
folded    lvelly,^ .jglac.ed huix*''11 a ditch
and iired a "^ot||^:^^: 'itifih '.* -: feelly.
later was 1'ourKl! |^^Te^5^''WO^ncf#c|;*^l��t^���
taken to the-lntemaj^dh^iSuh^ghYY^
HawaH-'H^^'^^ie^fi^o-m AUserE*?*-*: '.*-
Calgary.���-A.   concert  programme'.of
music, played on .^���'-^hbripgrapli: at the
Canadian -Government J.wireless , sta
tion at High River .^^farc.hjSl;.last.
    heard  for  half   aii   fc_ourrat" tiie
town.of eWailukii'-'-drL Maru IslandY-300
miles from Honolulu, or., just about.
2,800 miles from High River, AlbetfaY
YThe. Prince left Yokohama for Tokio
in 'a ^special"train, three coaches^ of
which, "were especially built for .ibis
use. ...
ord Curzotf s Note
A. jJiuiioy, Jieditoi ot  Ihe Pi ess, .\ee-
. .       pawa, Man.
Many women get weak and run down
and* unable 'to. look after their household duties owing to the heart action
becoming impaired or the nervous system ��� ������unstrung..'.-'���-
Nature intended women to be
strohg/healthy 'and' happy . instead of
sick and wretched. But how can a
woman, be strong and healthy when
day in 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.
UI tt- �����-,. j n,    ,      j    To air women whose heart is weak*
ITle_iS(}S UDIIl���Cf _)ta.teS!aa^   whose   nerves "are   unstrung   we
would recommend
Britain     Recognizes    R-e-im burse merit
Claim   for Army   in   Ger-many
" Washington.���Secretary HughesYreceived from Ambassador    Harvey;   in
Word. Jo; this.effect was received.��� >y 1 Lohclon, a note from Lord- Curzon,
W. W. Grand,-wireless chiSFobihe Foreign* Secretary, which stated that
Canadian Government station-vat /High (-the ; Government of Great Britain
���    War   M��m61^iT^for;^dpse;: Ja-w~-Y;
Mo-dseY J>w.���Residents:":Z.o��.~- Moose
Jaw,' -atYa  special meeting' called21 by
Mayor;IV. .F.'ptinn.^dem^
erection: of a tem"poi'ai':y^w^-__a,b_-X(i^���ia'^
in ��� tli��s ie?tv...'   A .committee,  cossihosZ
ed of JVfayor Dunn, Col. Normam G^n?
ilea,-.tors. W- H. Greene, j. rt'.'GrerfeifeV*
chairmari  of -.parks board, ..and  tliree
others.' tb be.cliosen later, waa nominated  by--the  meeting to proceisdi: im-.
mediately to draft details for erection*
of the'memorial, - .���    -��� -''Zz..
would not in any circumstances desire,
to -ctuestion the rights of the United
States^ in its1 claims for payment of
costs Of'fhe American army of "becu-
patioii:'; - in.,...., Germany.- v ���, S ecret'ary
;H��gh��S3** l^ter transmitted a. note] 'to
;Amba*_isador Harvey '���.'for "delivery^ to;
the: .British Foreign .'.Office, expres'^in^
fiis:7 -Jr'ratification aver Lord Curzon's
-let'ter". -and expressing hope. *thatJ re-i
imbursement for costs of the United
States'"army ��n the Rhineland would
soon be-made.  "" ?
r       fa   -
^prey^tiion     _
r  ealingi? ��� jaatulence]
he ad acher,Biliousness, coi
siipalion and otS-eei* diaagfe-c-^^
able forms of -'-"' W
[.no remedy ^i-^Juet^fifttiiefc) *vf*A
\ M6ther 'Seigdi'a Syrupy,, the*,,/^.]
Geomach/ah<3 liver tonicwUli fjipi
SO years'ireputaSbn;
MOTHER ����'
as the best remedy to tone up,the system and strengthen the weakened orr
gans. .' -��� ���
Mrs. Daniel Bezanson, Loganrille,
N.S., writes:���"As I was troubled with
a weak heart for nearly two years I
am writing to tell you what your, great
remedy,. Miiburn's Heart 'and Nerve
Pills, has done'for me.
My heart was so bad at night "I
could not sleep, I would.take smothering spells, and was so weak I could
not do my house work. I tried tvro
doctors; but got no results. A friend
advised me to try your pills. I used
six boxes and am completely reelleved.
Ithinjt they iare the best remedy for
heart trouble there is."
Price,'50c a.-box at all dealers, or
mailed direct on receipt of price by
The T. Milburn Co.YIimited; Toronto,
;i Law Degree for Gen. Pershing
Montreal.���General John Pershing,
chief of1 staff of the United States
i army Y will receive the honorary degree of doctor of laws at McGill University; on May 12, it was announced
hefe .by.* General Sir Arthur Currie,
.S'ice--ehahcellor and principal of the
Canada's Navy Has Returned;
;.;*:Halif*&x. ���; The Canadian naval
squadron consisting of the light cruiser ;" Aurora, destroyers Patriot and
Patricia, and submarines CH-14 and
^CH-15 have arrived in Halifax fa-oni
West Indian waters.
11 ~-\TCT&,
*___ &
n��ve inazt i"iiners
ay Modify Demands
A^IJ5t!ir�� ^UI+Iaf-S Ni.*- ^^^-aa^lai^l ' New    York.���Anthracite    producc-1-5
Abmi& ��e��i&rd HOi U�����Mawe| notice a tendency on the part cf the
  ; union leaders  to  soften   their  3 'j  de-
H.   H.  Stevens  Appeals for   Policy  of
Restricted  immigration ?
Kingston. Ont.���Speaking before the
Canadian Club nere, Hon. H. H. Stevens, M.P., Vancouver, made a strong
appeal for a policy of restricted immigration. - ..''��� .; '..;. i
. "We want an increase- in population," he said, "but we must i shut
the-^>ars against all races and types
that cannot be assimilated by us. By
assimilation I mean marriage. We
can take British who want to go on
the land the Danes, Swedes and Norwegians, all of whom "make-ideal citizens, but we cannot admit "people
from Central and. Southern Europe
and Asia.";*'. ..*��� -.���������- Y. ���������*.*
Mr. Stevens urged: that Canada
could not withstand a great immigration movement from China. Japan and
India. The-white race would eventually become swallowed up if no effec-. -
tiVe laws were enforced against Orien-jto1:vard settlement of the strike.
5 mands when, before the miners and
operators sub-committee on wage contract negotiations they asked permission to reconsider their demand number one.
This demand stipulates that ihe
new contract agreed upon in settlement of the pending strike shall extend, for two years; prohibits the
making of individual agreements and
provides for^ the establishment of
uniform wage-rates for operators and
mechanical loaders.
Operators reported they had balked
at part three of the demand, asserting that a uniform rate was already
in effect where mechanical loaders
were in "use. With their consent
discussion of the demand was temporarily abandoned, to permit district presidents to consult their men
before deciding whether it should
continue-an" issue ih the negotiations
tal immigrants.
Lift Off with Fingers
1Mo Duty on Gifts to War Areas
London.���A law was promulgated
according to Reuter's Paris correspondent, - abolishing customs duties
and other taxes on gifts to departments and communes in the devastated areas of France. The law is to
be retroactive, and duties already levied on such gifts will be cancelled.
Suh Wind'BSstSS Cinders
write for Free eve book, murine co. Chicago
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Only three of ; the 19 provisions
which the strikers have insisted their
next, contract must contain, have-been
taken up by operators. With none
of these points settled and 16 more to
be considered, both sides predicted
that several weeks will lapse before a
foundation will be laid for a new contract and wofk" begun sn. the anthracite regions.
Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little
"Freezone" on an aching corn, instantly that corn stops hurting, then shortly you lift it right off with fingers.
Truly! *
Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of
"Freezone" for a few cents, sufficient
to remove every hard corn, soft corn,
or corn between the toes, and the calluses, without soreness or irritation.
Large Acreage in Manitoba
Plenty of .Moisture and Burnper Crop
Yield Anticipated   ".
Winnipeg.���With an early spring
well on the way and plenty of moisture guaranteed for early months, a
bumper crop was predicted for.Manitoba ,in 1922 by Hon. G. H. Malcolm,
minister of agricultural when discuss?
ing the general sihiation.
"There has never been as much
land plowed ancl ready for seed as
there is this.year," Mr. Malcolm said.
The acreage in shape for immediate
work is placed at 4,902,650 acres, as
compared with' 4,328,2:00 in 3921.
These figures do not include the
sprlnK plowing, which will be under
way within the next fortnight. The
total aci'enge sown to crop last year
was 7,'115,037.
The districts which have bcen Infested with grasshoppers during the
past three years are free o�� the pests
this ���year aa nearly as can be judged
dt thfH time, nnd Mr. Malcolm declared that ho did not believe these
pests would bo a menace thia year,
War on Border Smugglers
��� .*#*.  ���-
U.S.    Will    Fight    Rum    Runners    at
Canadian Border With  Machine
Albany,    N.Y.   ���   Adjutant-General
Kincaid has  made public a telegram
from Roy A. Haynes, Federal Prohibition    Commissioner,    in    which    Mr.
Haynes \vas quoted as endorsing the
Adjutant-General's plan, to  co-operate
with Ralph A. Day, Federal ^Prohibition Director for the State, in an intensive  campaign against^rum, smugglers along tbe Canadian border. -Employment of machine guns *and.armored motor cars to be furnished^ by the
Adjutant-General,    was,  contemplated
in the campaign to stop    th��    illicit
traffic,    according    to tho  announcement of the plan in New York.
Thieves; Take Liquor
Winnipeg!���In the absence in Ottawa of R. T. Ferguson, general representative of the distillers of Canada,
thieves with a motor car visited his
residence, tied and gagged a Chinese
cook, and carried away two loads of
Self Preservation-���Nature's
First Law���rlieed It!
Famous Picture to ha Loaned
London.���Hon. P. C. Lauldn, Canadian high commissioner, has obtained
from Sir Wm. Orpen, the famous Eng-
Hsh artist, tho loan of Sir William's
painting "Hall of Mirrors" for the
Canadian national exhibition this
Old <Atje Penston Plan
Ottawji.**��� The advisability of the
Canadian Government Instituting a
Bj/Btem of old age pension., will b��> debated in UieTEIouso of Commons. Dr.
X K. T-nFontaine (TJb��\"il, Sl'.ull), has
iWfcd ii rewoluihm on the order pnper.
Preserve YouWS.It^.n^h
Oat.-7-"Bver sine*
I caia jcowember,
���Pr.:.2?Un#ei*j_B m*6di-
cinea' worai used
in our family at
homo and they
n^iy.oavfalled to
give jsood results.
Tho 'Golden Medical JJliiacovery'. waa
used as a tonio
and blood purifier' _Hso> for brbncMal
(rouble and it proved eexcellent. I
myaolf hate taken the "Discovery'' for
bronchial trouble ahd Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription, to build me up
when I was rundown, -and they were
both very beneficial.
"I feel safe in recommending all of
Dr. Pierce's medlclnen knowing them
to be good/'-���Mrs. Clifford Mitchell.
Obtain these famous medicines now
at your nearest drug store, in tablets
or liquid, or send 10c to Dr. Pierce's
Laboratory in BrldReburg, Ont, for
a trial package of any of his remedies. Write* Dr. Pierce, President
Jnvalidn/ Hotel In Buffalo, N. Y., ir
you desire free medical advice.
How's Your Liver?
Health Is Kept, If Yew Obierve* Thia
Slntaluta,, Sask.���"I have taken Dr.
Plerce'o Golden Medical Dl-seov-ery
for livet* trouble and found it excellent and! would not bo without It. I
suffered from congestton or the liver
about six years a&o ��*nd I always may
thrat this medicine enured mo. I hav*��
also given It to my family for cotdm
and It cur-ed th^m Sn n. v��rv Hhort
time.*'���-Mra.   Enoch.   Mitchell.   Box
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���aXfiSS-XjXmSm^^ OHBH  MBS  -ffinni  SSI  I  THE  CBESTON  BEVXBW  SS3"  THF   f*i5_PQTfliyl i?Er%#I������liiJ   -majority in value had heen obtained in  i nt   UntO I UBl  nLVlCW   the signatures to lhe petition,  and he  Issuer*! every Friday at Creston. B.C.  Subscription : $2.50a veav in advance.  $3.00 to U.S. points.   *  O. P. Hayes. Editor and Owner.  CRESTON, B.C.. FRIDAY,  ������>i  No Paper  Next week  Agreeable with the excel lei t  custom with all regular and well-  CDisdueted weekly newspapers that  hostilities should cease for a apace  of at least fie yen days each year,  this will forewarn that there will  he no issue of the Review on April  28th. The shutdown will be complete in all departments; the editor  being in Calgary for eye specialist  treatment, while the balance of the  staff will enjoy a well deserved vacation, part of which will be spent  in Spokane. On May 1st the old  order of business will be resumed.  and payment of maturing or overdue accounts will be particularly  ���������* Ppreois*t(���������*a. ,  oard of Trade  Has April Session  looked for prompt action on the part  of the water rights branch at Victoria  in getting on with thr survey.  For the cemetery beautification committee Chairman Bennett reported  progress. The cemetery company  agreed to donate Y** 11 the funds they  have on hand to the work and a clonal f������>n of $15 had been received'-from  the*;, Masonic . Lodge. .810 ...<froni the  "Wossss'rj's Institute, and $5 from the  Erickson X-oeal of the United Farmers. There are at least half a dozen  other organizations to hear from, as  well as the plotowners. and at present  it looks as if the $200 it is estimated  the work will cost will be forthcoming  and the good work got under way  next month.  For the publicity committee Mr.  Bennett also repoi ted on the return of  Robert Stark, who was at the Imperial Apple Sho*v with the Creston ex  hi bit late last fall. In connection with  the big British fruit fair and a survey  of the British apple market ing and  industry Mr. Stark had accumulated a  fund of very useful information that it  vvould be well to have passed on to the  growers in view of the fact the fair  will be repeated this year, and that  Creston Valley will again be called  upon to make even a bigger display,  and it was decided to have the board  call a public meeting* of all interested  for- Monday night. April 2+fcb. in  Speers' Hall, at which Mr. Stark will  hp the, chief speaker.  The April meeting of Creston Board  of Trade on Tuesday night was largely  taken up with routine business and reports of standing committees. President Hayes was in charge of proceedings and the turnout of members was  the largest almost of tlie past year.  Reporting for the Reclamation committee Chairman Constable reviewed  considerable   correspondence   he   has  bad with   the chairman of the "International     Drainage     association    at  Bonners Ferry,   the   most   important,  feature of which is  that Mr. Swensden, .the Idaho superintendent of rec  lamation. and   A. E. Cleveland. B.C.  comptroller of   waterr rights, vare  to  meet in joint   conference   with   their  assistants   at   Victoria   on   or   about  April 17th,   at    which   meeting   it   is  hoped to have all   the   necessary   engineering data assembled to enable the  authorities  to come to some definite  conclusion as to the feasi nil ty or other  wise of the big drainage project.     The  president has wired Hon. T. D. Pat-  ���������uiieiO, SaiiuSSter G< tciuUSi  who IS at jWeS-  entih Ottawa, to take up this matter-  with the federal department of the interior, as advices indscate that Idaho  has "Washington seriously engaged  witn the consideration of Kootenay  Flats reclamation, and there is every  liklihood of the U.S. federal authorities taking the drainage question up  with Ottawa, looking to having the  handling of the proposition placed  with the International Drainage Commission. .  Reporting for the agriculture and irrigation ���������committee James Ad!:__-d.  chairman, stated that the necensury  petition for official investigation of the  revised ArrowCreek irrigation scheme  was now at Victoria aud was under  consideration by the water commissioners.    He estimated that a 8200.000  Gongrbn &������tjf  Mrs. Bateman and her three months'  old son arrived front Calgary, on  Thursday, and will he spending the  next few mo'nths at the ranch here.  Mr. and Mrs. Bell of Nelson were  Easter-week visitors with Mrs;  Wetherhead.  Canyon City YLuniber Co., Ltd., and  will have it-fitted up as the central  packing shed for Canyon apples,. _  Alfred Spen cer of Creston is spends-  iiig the Easter vacation here busy at  land clearing operations on his ranch.  Mr. Wouigier is another busy ib the  same line, as well as. Vance brothers*  Geo. Day ie* o Joh n . Jknderaon*. j' - ^*  Young, J. Butler, Martin Nelson and  Guy Browejl.  Canyon SSethodisfc Ladies' Aid.h&dcjR  highly successful sale of seeing, cooking candy* and afternoon tea at the  schoolhouse Jon Monday, whioh.-. was  followed in the evfening by an illustrated lecture on Mesopotamia and  some of th e Europea ri countries bv  Rev. Dr. Calvert of Kaslo. That  there was a large turnout at both  features is indicated in the' financial  intake, which' was in the neighborhood off $60-  Arrangements are now under way  for the unveiling ceremonies in ' Cbii-  nection wish the soldier memorial tablets at the school, the date chosen being May 24th.  " ���������:;.  ,  1  I  Anglican Church Services  SUNDAY,   APRIL 28  CRESTON LISTER  8 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. 11 a.m.  To  meet witb the popular  demand we are now nerving  Meals at 35c.  Breakfast.   Dinner.   Supper  ar*<rl j nrlgi n g by th ������ steftdi ly  increasing trade  onr mealw  satisfy.  ^***H--_ eLii m     h ^L^LW    m M    &EQ^B m   m. D^   m^B lu^  ���������JJTl'LrJi^. 1      \-JK%JLJWlMM\iji  serveri uh dern'rerl.  LIGHT LIJKC'HES n,n(i  AFTKimOCiN   TEA  Mr. "Wetherhead, who is working at  Yahk,-was home for the week-end,  and reports snowstorms almost every  dav this month in that section. He  returns on Tuesday.  Miss., Frances Knott; who is attending high school at Kaslo, is home for  the Buster holidays.  Mr. Larson who is busy at improve-  I ments on his ranch in the New Sweden section, which will include t^ie erection of a house, is making arrangements to haye Mrs. Larson and son  with him from Sweden in a couple of  month's to make their permanent Can-  adinn home at Canyon.  The school trustees are asking for  tenders; to be in by Sntuiday, for laying floor Sn the school basement and  fixing sidewalk, as well as stumping  and ploughing half an acre of the  school grounds and moving fence.  Tenders will be also received up till  I he 30th for the position of janitor.  duties to commence, after the midsummer holiday.  The U.F. roads committee has just  been advised that Engineer Hanisay  and Superintendent Moore wil! be here  this w������ek to investigate the highway  repairs needed in this section.  Bert Hare, who has had a couple of  acres ploughed on his ten acres near  the null is setting out an acrr of it to  raspberries this spring, and the other  acre will be cropped to potatoes.  Mr. Robinson, the C.P.R. din ing car  superintendent, who bought ten acres  here almost six years ago, has just let  a contract for stumping und ploughing three acres of it, which he will  plant to alfalfa. Mr. Latoyle of Lister of Linter is doing the work. W.  Little, another Linter resident, has the  contract of getting three acres of the  Sheehnn pla^e ready for ploughing  and crop. The place was recently  bought bv Alft������ (1 Nelson.  With so many Southern Albertano  living in that district is seems quite  natural tn hear that the former Swanson sideroad has just been permanently re-named Fort Macleod.  At the April meeting on Saturday  tuigiii, Canyon Loch I of the United  Furmern heard with satisfaction that  the necessary forms of application for  the OMetabtishrnHnt of a poHtoflfloe at  Canyon hin������* Ikmui received, und they  will be ill If d out and returned an  speedily an poKwible, The 1000 fruit  ti-4Mjs which uu'iuberH of the local or-  d<-reetl jointly from the Ii.i), Niirner-  1<:m. Ltd , will Ih< En Chi* looutb, and  T. MawHor** haw bx-en secured to make  delivery of them. Owing to a decided  fhoitngeof fon������ln Canyon I������oo������l was  unable to imiiUe any contribution to  the CrnNlnn cemetray bcuutihc-ntlon  projec t.  Word hnii Jvuit hem s-i:.v.;-i]v.ul lUul  Creston Fruit Oi-f������wi**rH Union Mih hi>-  cured thf hniim*  nf,   the   HldinR-   from  S&th Mnn������wot^OB*sf  Mayor Little and J. W. Dow had*a  two hand birthday celebration all to  themselves . oh - Monday���������.the: : 17th  marking the thirtieth sinnivarsary of  their staking homesites in the.Creston  Valley, t e latter still holding down  part of his ini tiki location, . While the  imprints of nobby treads now replac**  the rabbit tracks that were the out  standing indications of transportation  in the early nineties, and all the other  oiitwrtrd and visible signs indicate a  mighty transformation industrially,  horticultu'rally and in eyery ' other  way the mayor, after three decades of  local life finally admits that the weather and women... are past .finding out.  ar.d that in the maturity -of his years  he is forced to adopt the slogan of his  astronomical contemporary McCreath  who. in cases of doubt, confines his  prognostications to observing that in  case there is no change the weather  will continue to be the same.  ��������� ������������������������' .������r*%������������a������   1   ������.������wi***i*l   cmssm*m    B lawm     -4-m.m~t.nS-  1  tf-_���������^mL?' * ^.Y: :^Hh'  charge your Magneto ill IS  With the present low grade gas  you want gobci ignition.  Creston Auto  &* Su  R. S. BEYAH, Prop.  I  Take, notice that; Canyon City Lumber Company, Lim|ted<whose arddress  is 6-B-eston, B.C., ������"will" apply for la  license to take aha use of Ten (10) acre  feet, and to store Ten (10). acre feet of  water out of North Branch of Floyd  Creek, which flows south and drains  into Goat River about'-one mile from  dam, 'ihe storage dam will be located  at the Company's mill on Lots 209 and  210 of Lot 812. The capacity of tbe  reservoir is about Three (3) acre feet,  and it will flood abont three-quarters  acres of land. The: water will be  dammed in the stream at the Conn  pany's mill, and will be used for mill  pond steam and domestic purposes  upon the mills!te, described es Lots  209 and 210, D.L. 812, G.I.K.D. Map  number. This notice was posted on  the ground on the 13th day of April.  1922. A copy of thi^,, notice and an  application pursuant''thereto and to  the Water Act, 1914..will be filed in  the office of the Water Recorder ab  Nelson. B.C. Objection to the application may be filed with the said  Water Recorder, or with the Coiup  tt-o'ler of Water Rights, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, B.C.. within thirty  days after the first appearance of this  notice in a local newspaper.  CANYOiST CITY LUMBER  COMPANY. LTD., Applicant.  By CHAS. O. RODGERS. Agent.  The date  of the first publication of  this notice is April 21. 1922.  Is there any  Meat in  the  tiOUSe r  This la the Arab question that presents itself  to the housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a meal. Bnt why  worry?      ,  t~.ho!wnToc'k Br&nd'  Hams and Bacon  Finest  Quality  Coohed Ham.  Lunch Meat  Bologna, Ac*  are always to be hnd  here. Tn meats nothing  quite equals 'Shamrock*'  products. i  P^^W H H e^MH B<aD ^^^  & CO., Ltd.  include Men's & Wpen's from Mi  Men's Shoes, black calf, military heel.  \ Goodyear welt....;  ..  Browa   Calf,   combination last, Good-  1 year welt.;....;;  ...Z....... .......................  Dark Brown Calf Oxfords   Women's High Kid Bals ���������..,*:���������   Women's Black Kid Oxfords _  Z......  Women's Brown Calf Oxfords   $7.50  9.00  7.00  7.75  5.50  7.00  Baby's Black Kid, .buitioj^j^ 1;75 - y  Children's Patent, strap....,,. ..,....;.���������  1.75  Children's, in the new 2-Strap Patent  Slippers, sizes 4 tb 7|- ...'.   2.40  Sizes 8 to\10������..........  .��������� 2.75  Misses, 11 to 2......    3.25  Women's Patent.8-^bar strap...  4.25  Women's Brown Calf, high.  7.50  Misses' Brown Calf Bals            5.00  Women's Black Kid Oxfords .,...* 5.50  Women's Duchess Calf, 2-strap ...-. ....._ 6.00  The above are all New Goods for Spring, at lowest  possible prices for good Shoes  Creston Mercantile  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables  Sleighs arid Cutters.      Team Sleighs  Single and Double Harness and Supplies  Several  Sets   of Second-Hand  Harness  Coal and Wood For Sale*  H.  S~ McCREATH  Phono &&  Sirdar 4-ve.  Gre&toMt  f*\  Just reminding you in "a quiet way fchat'we can  supply all your needs in the Job Printing line, and  that we are in a position to quote you prices on  Counter Chock Books, which books womld be  printed   in   a   western   printing   catablis^meltit.  yyi.iiiiaif.ii8  4  iHii  ���������mi  mmm ZZ  '/!i  kZ>-  ���������i^^-S^SSTra  Coke is costing tHe snaeiter  $ 14 a ton.    In 1914 ihe   price  at Trail  was  a  z\ LETTERS TO THE EDITOR  RE SPECIAL  TIMBER LICENSES  The at tei sti on of Timber  License holders who *are  taking advantage of the  provisions of the 1921  Amendment to the FOREST ACT, whereby arrears  of license fees accrued prior  to 31st December, 1920,  have been funded and made  ^payable in annual instalments, is specially directed  to the fact that any renewal  fee wfiich;, became due in  1921 is not included in the  instalments above mentioned, and such 1921 and all  subsequent renewal fees  must be paid within one  year after the date of the  expiry 6f the license in  order to maintain the right  of the holder to obtain a  renewal of the license.  B. C Farmer-Progressive  Political Comrriitteem  Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 2090  Meets THIRD THUKSDAY of   ,  each    month    at    Mercantile  Hall.    "Visiting hi-ethren cordially in wiled. "y  ERIC OLSON. W.M  eg    Sfsepsls if      m.Z.  land A el k mmimmh  ��������� Minimum prtco of ^first-class land  reduced to f&.an acre; second-eSass to  I2.EO an i&cre. ���������'     Z  -   Pre-emption  now   confined   to   surveyed lands only.  Records will be granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purpose*-*  and which, ts non-timber land.  Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  but partleB of not more than four may l  arrange    for' adjacent    pre-emptions  with.Joint residence, but eacb:makingn:;+  necessdry bmprcvexnents on respective  claims,    x ��������������������������� - .  Pre-emptors must occupy claims for  ���������00 J- - -        ng^y  Editor Rbvibw:���������  Sir, -TheE-fe appears Lo besome confusion in the minds of'some people an*-,  ent the relationship of. the above coni-  atiifctee and ���������- the United' Farmers of  fe.C, ...     ..  :YWith :your.pet;mission t wonld like,  through the medium of,your valued  columns, to astute as clearly as I can  i he true state of affairs. From the in-'  ��������� epfrion of the U.F. of B.O. it was felt  tlmt if it wa& -to be of any. real use to  ���������she farsners of BuC. it would have to  enter the political field. This feeling  grew with the years, until in 1020 it  came before the executive for decision*  They, in their wisdom, decided against  the organization, entering politics as &  body, but left the districts to decide  for themselves what they should do. '  ��������� Thii*: matters stood dating 3921. but  so great was the disappointment  mining the membership at tbe action  taken hy the executive that wh������n the  convention met in January,,-1922, the  statement cause front uaany parts of i  house that unless some decisive action' I  was taken along political lines the  U.F. of B.C. was as good as dead.  Several hours of e.-irnest discussion  was given to this subject, the outcome  being the adoption ������f a motion appointing a committee of fifteen to or  ganize the fanner**, of B.C. for political \  action, to work alone, or with other  bodies. as they, might see fit. They  were to be independent of and forbid-  den to use the funds of the U.F. of  B.C., except by an unaoimous vote.  The Fai-iner-Progressive political  committee is the child of the U.F. of  B.C., but as soon as it was born it was!  placed upon the political seas to face  and to fight the storms 'as they arise,  atone but with.the good" wishes and  ["'sympathy of its parents.-r  We want the U.F. of B.C. to embrace all shades of political thought  among the fat-uiei'-s and his friends;  it can accomplish infinitely more so  than as a political body. On the other  hand we want, we demand apolitical  body that will give expression sn our  legislative halls to the aspirations and  ideals of our furines- population, I. his  the new organization aims to ..do.  ' -i "A/y <* " y .ZZ3A$. &0LARI>. ,'  Y *.,   One'of Committee;  S-*  At Penfcicfcon the soldlei-s memorial  will probably ta^e. the form, ijbl an  avenue planted out to maple trees.  ;; The, Hes*������Jd figure^  the j?overnBiient  will he employing at least 200 men in  iIh'^nelglb'TOrhopd .of 'Penta'cton ���������'this  .' yrt'szy-,} j--^ypyypysy^: ,\.P:Z -p.?  ! --JS-t' ^^M^b^'t^^^ii^iilbs^B'.i wi������H #100  each n]^������'l^i,hR;^Seouglit,-;'iivii^ .which to  "finance a,^ gpolf couifeeahd-ciub^in that  town. . 'PP-jZ.-iZZpyi?j'P:ZZ.-:r '.'*  ;.. ������������������:-.��������� ���������:.?: ??��������� s?pr.Pypy?-'y?yfp. tl j ?���������:������������������?;���������.��������� '  .Th.e J&eVapi-jre^ stock  of hard stuff litthe^overhnsent liquor  store at (GranbttJisK *v: h-as^ia   retail  of  '$rm$iv&Z^ ?-Z--  ���������i   Norwavrnapfe shade  tri^es;oh-the'BJ&ef&a of KarsloV ���������'"The city  council will plknt quite a few of them  .t^&ye~i~.' P'i ZyLpZ Zy:^-r '���������'     --'''"' '' ���������. "'  . Byp, 'y^'^l^^y^VZp0^^citizens hW������ decide*! to expep'd $35,000  in inaproving the town's ��������� *vaier supply.  this year.*..:;-,.:' ---.yyyZ ypyy-vi'-p,?-  'Kaslo'jFdrriiers1 In^^stBtuit^'haV^ decided- to ha ve their annual fall fair-a gain  this year.''* ��������� J"The fill show4wasVevlved  in 1621. afiertuAny^yea^j.j'phnissEoiai ".���������'  The by-law to raise funds for the er-  ectionrof -an ; additionvYti������, the public  school at-Fertile will not be voted upon  until fifier the miners, strike js settled.  ..- ;:���������:---.-- '������������������������������������?*.,-���������*.������������������, ���������-< ��������� .y\ ������������������������������������-.ax''p.?:-.-. ���������'::--���������-:*.-*,������������������-.  Although tbe rQ������ds are bad tihe Free  Press states- the American bf>otleggere  are keeping.-the travel ling open. k)e-  ttyeen Fernie rth^ UyS. bp������ndai������y  points.. -.."/,*-i-Y>' yZZy.. ZZZZ     ' -*'.Y-  Si nee Nove:it ber;:  ''the** r'rii*  pu'blic -ischooi  scholars at Revelstoke shave deposited  almost $2000 it. :the|^-0n^i bank. It  tnnk oftly seyeb weeks:.to|pile 'up the-  fii-st SlOrtOi.; ;"'*;ZZ:ZrZyZ'7''":Z '-)'-"'"  .At.^ehticton the; .tttendahce nt the  Presbyterian Sun-iiary* school is so large __  thst a teaiporary room ;big enough to.]       **~  on   .^...auvu  UI   WC   (BASK  before receiving (Crown Grant.  Where pre-emptor In occupation not  'Sees than S years, and has made proportionate improvements, he may, because of til-health, or other cause, be  granted Intermediate certificate of Im  . provement and transfer his claim.  Records without permanent residence may be issued, provided applicant makes Improvements to extent or  f 300 per annum and records same each  year. Failure to make Improvements  or record Barae will operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained in  less than . 5 years, and improvements  of $10.00 -per acre, including 5 acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  nf at least 2. years are required, ^  Pfre-emptor. holding; Crown ��������� grant  may record another pre-emption..if he  requires land in conjunction with his  farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made  and residence maintained on Crown  .granted land.  ITnsurveyed areas, not. exceeding 20  acres,', masr- be  leased  aa  homesltea*  title to bo obtained after fulfilling resi  dentlal and Improvement: conditions.  For praalnff and industrial purposes  aretu. exceeding; 840 acres may *-"-  leased by one person or company,  Mill, factory or Industrial sites  timber land  not  exceeding   40   acres  may bo purchased; conditions Include  payment of stumpago.  Natural hay meadows inaccessible  by existing roads may iha purchased  conditional upon construction of .a road  to them. Rebate of .one-half of cost cf  road, not exceeding half of purchase  price. Is ipade,  PR E- E M PTORO'      rRKB      GRANTS  m ACT.  The ev^ope of this Act U enlarged to  include ������JH persons Joining and serving with His Majesty's Forces. ' The  time within which the helre or devisees  of a doceauoed pl'e-omptor may apply  for title under this -Aot la extended  from for ono year from the death of  euch person, as formerly, until one  year after the conclusion of the present  war. This privilege Is aloo made -o  troactlve. a  No fees relating to pre-emptions arr*  duo or payable by soldiers on preemptions recorded after June 28, ffll������  Taxes are remitted tor five yearns.  , Provision for return of moneyn accrued, due and been paid since August  i, 10W, on account of payments, fees  or taxes on soldiers' pre-emptions.  Interest on agreements to purchaseb  town or city lota hold by members of  Allied ForcoB, or dependents, acquired  direct or Indirect, remitted trom enlistment to March 81. 1010,  SUB*PUNCHAftBna OF  CROWN  (p LANDS.  ������Jro vision made for isauanee cf  crown grants to sub-purchasers cf  Crown Lands, acquiring rights from  purchasers who fall-ed to complete  purchase. Involving forfeiture, on ful  illlment of conditions of purcliniM*. in  ors do not claim whole of original parcel, purchase price due and taxes kuw-  be distributed proportionately over  whole area.      Applications   nuxtt   h������  .x.0.Jt~   x.-.   mm.���������   -      -������--  HEWS: 0F KOOTEfiflYS  Trail's new Presbyterian church will  seat 800people Y  ���������At Penticton taxes are collected on  an. assessment of al most-$."i, 000.000.  .   Goihm<in -labor, at ,Trail is 'this year  being paid at the rate of $3.60 per day  of eight hours.  76,000 .was collected in custom duties  at Oranbrook hist ye:w. At Fernie the  figures were $06,000.  The firnt robins of the season were  seen at Cranbrook on March 27th, according to the Courier.  Sandon school has reopened after being cloyed a couple of \veek������ due to an  epidemic of chickenpox.  It will  cotjt $43,000 to   run   Grand  Forks schools this year, us compared  with $25,000 a year ugo,  "*      '���������" ���������   '<   -     ���������      -i     -''���������  . The report ia ou rreh t tluit an ex port  liquor hou-^e will be opened at Yahk.  The license fee is $3000 a year.  In,the Windermere country there Is  n shortage of hay, und tho Alberta im  ported buy is ro&tlng $10 a ton.  8The Knotenuutt) states 1here is  no  truth in the report thnt acuse of sleep  ing    sickness    had     been   discovered  amongst the public school scholars at  Kaslo.  houss four classes is being built along,  side thech'arqh.'. --;*;. *:. '���������'���������?.- Y* *"  Kaslo was recently canvassed wflh.  petitit������n's for'".and:raga?nst- a-"Oovern-  nient liquor stoi-e th that; .town,, and  the biggest ifsfc of "signatures was secured by the;**wets."  At Kaslo it takes 23 mills of the assessment fco^run the town schools.  This is the second highest rate in the  whole province.' LadysraitH. with 28  mills requited-is the highests.-:-..  Harry Mbtt is" the king fisherman of  tbe Cran brook-district. The*.rod: and  gup-club recehtlj?*7 presented hmi with  fl'OO'-rir^and, _|^^feYfo'p^caji*|yfl.g /*the  biggest ts-������������������Jt lastrseasonr���������a*^^two';:"suKl a  .hklff-'^oiiild'Hr.Y %#Y = -Ys. 'ppypy i_..'"  *T. J. Woods, a -Gr^nd Forfts poultry man, last' week, frifcnish-sd * Editoi-  Lidve of the Gaskette with' thi-ee. ���������eggs  for Sunday bi^������kf������st^the.i-ri*a.i>f^:ihe'ini.<  fruit samples having u total./weight'of  three-quarters of a pound;   .      .'.  Rich in Butfcrfat, and from  Tubenipfssta!! ������mi  7 Quarts or 14 Pints for Jl, 00^  CREAM FOR SALE  Half-Pinfc    .,;..'      Eiiifc ' .* '   .  Quart  20e. ((       .35e.    . ,M      60c  FOUNTAIN VIEW RANCH  ''���������    '"WALTE.R V. JAOKSOiSr-   *  Am ffiirah&sn  ; Shoo nndHorwoBo  F������c������������s.������B*$n&  ; Men's  Hialf Solee, $1.25  Women's Half Solos, $ 1.00  Guaranteed for 6 months.  Secondhand Store in connection  with business   '  SULPHUR AND LIME NOW ON HAND.  Place ypuf orders now; to get the advantage of of present prices.    Future supplies  will cpst^^ us considerably -more  than   our  .* present selling priceg therefore order* now.  res-on mo si y rowers l^iao, mi  eiidthrift  twenty dollars a week and banking two, you  are better able to rise above emergencies than the  mail making a hundred and saving nothing. As savings account is a backing- that gives you .confidence  and power. Efficient and courteous service is assured  yoii at any branch of this Bank.  881  Ci W. AtXAN.  ,   : OF CAK*JJA  CRESTON BRANCH,  BAJNK  '.���������-'-:*'.- rr.r  ���������   Whether you havQ horses, cattl������, sheep ������r hogsf  it will pay you to seeiire the bast sfe Gbtsdnable.  Poor stock coats as much to feed and care for,  does not thrive as w^l and cannot reprodac������  %g%amt*i*ym -������?-������������������ .*.*..-..:..  WE MAKE LIBERAL LOANS  FOR LIVESTOCK PURPOSES.        ������.  THEZ CANADIAN BANK  OF CO.  PAID-UP CAPITA!.  RESERVE FUND-  CRESTON BRANCH, C. G. Bennett; Manager.  $85.0001000  $���������5,000,005  erinl  Lump Gait Goal  always in stock.  TRANSFER    and    DRAYING  Stan. M. "VVatson  Office:    Opp. Methodist Churcli.  Phcfne 56  ���������_���������   __ -00,       Avp. -  m������d������ by Mtsy 1. IPSO.  -GhrvaliiK  ORAXINO.  .-ot,   19J������.   for  rnsmt   be  4r  uniini  a������i,   1010,  for    oyal������m*4.ic  ���������desvalopmAnt of llventoclc ln*uf3lry pxo-  -videeu for anx-lnm dfatriats and rar*i*->  fc-flmln lot ration    under   Coinrnliwloner.  Annual nra-alng; permits laeuud  boned  on numbera mi-Brotl; priority for autfU-*-  55-shed     ove/aeifci-,      ote>e.-e(e--ow*(i������ra    nsay^  if or ni. Annoalnilona for rana* manit-ro-  ment.   Fro**, or partt-aLy ifreNs, parinlta .   .  tor ���������e*itler% campesro or ������m.velfes^s. ssp      9  ut lean himd. I  The Mechanical Excellence  Kji.     Il  OUir   \mm~rsZ&lL  depends upon the care it gets;^  Let us overhaul it, and put it in shape for  ���������   the .spring season. y  Authorized Ford Service,    A full Jijqe. of AccessgrieSp  Tyrea, Spare*Papts, &c.  We are equipped to dp Pipe Cutting and Threading, and  carry a well-assorted stock of Pipe Fittings, etc.  IILOI US  ImtOGtATE BROS.  ^S&     ���������aw   S^ ^H    Qd   T^Q    ^*9  ArKas  55 hJ fiS B J* Utt  PWO/V������ &1  Carloads of Brick  and Cement  ���������First quality products.  ���������-Prices are rock bottom.  '���������Demand is quite heavy.  ������������������Order now, and avoid disappointment  ^"^Hi HVI^H^9|pR. ^^^B -W 9 U "^rsE JB B  efleMki  m%i HWHn-nLj^K ffi 3 jj^ytt jP B     tt tt ft'tt/'ft E^h etftA Wl0 q^8 jit^ ttpSMu ^Mk MStt mmi-fs tt tt  iiiijfmi   ygi|   Liiiiiiici    iiOiifptSJlf  LIE^ITED  ffiwS83HSSSiS^  '^���������|j^fc-**^**!?.Y!*;'S^-?^*it^������-. |-i3  l*'T  Entirely New Treatment  I     for Br������ii���������hitis/X]atarrfi.  No interna! Medicine to Take  Years ago the profession fought Catarrh by internal dosing-. This upset  the stomach and didn't remove the  trouble. .. The'modern* treatment con-)  sists of breathing the healing, soothing essence of Catarrhozone, which  goes instantly. Jo the source and the  trouble. Catarrhozone Is successful  "because it penetrates -where liquid  medicines can't go. The balsamic  vapor of Catarrhozone drives out the  germs, soothes the irritation, relieves  the cough, makes Catarrhal troubles  disappear quickly. For bad throat,  coughs, bronchitis, Catarrhozone is a  woaderr--'Two months treatment one  dollar.  where     or  Montreal.  The :  Catarrhozone  Vertical Flight  Problem Solved  Test     of  Handley-Page     Slot  Proves Successful  The  latest;  tests with the now famous  Handley-Page high lift slot wing  sho-w that  the future of vertical and  horizontal flights is solved by aircraft}  fitted with such high lift wings rather  tlian by the helicopter system.  The    new    Handley-Pag  carrying aeroplane, ihe first machine  fully equipped with the variable slot  type of wing, has undergone further'  xest flights.  As soon as the engine was "opened up" the biplane jumped straight  into the air with practically no preliminary run.  When the slots were closed it showed a very high speed; when they were  opened again the machine slowed  down to practicaLty nil and descended  vertically onYati* even Ji-eel" for moire  than a thousand feet, in awspac'e.about  as  bit as a  tennis court.   .  What is more ��������� important still, it  could have flown' away again from  the same restricted space.  The action of "this opening and  closing wing is similar to the action  of a bird's wing -when/ it opens and  closes the- main feathers for slow  landing on a telegraph wire, and when  flying from a confined space.  lt was invented by Handley-Page in  March,   1920,   since     when     Handley-  Page's have  been    carrying    out   -exhaustive tests.    .  The latest machine is nicknamed  "The Heintz," owing to its being said  io have 57 different varieties of control.  The     machine  - proves     that     this  Small size 50c.      Sold every-  Wing  torpedo-  XE~m~3~~~~asaes~t~~.tm.  x.      xS^~~Mi~- *P*S-*K***s������&i A  iffts* -a  .   wv?  4*0*^ JT^V'-'  "*^*-ji*  The wonderful creations that are now on-display for Southern wear.  This stunning frock is of white silk crepe and a brocaded fabric in blue and  white uncut velvet. The lines are rather long--and square. The side panels  are longer than the rest of the frock, giving this mode the uneven hem line  which is So popular just now.  wing is a definite: revolution that is  going to make aviation a wonderful  commercial proposition.  Found Them Best  Fur Farming  Movement Towards Canada      [what   mrs.. parlee   says   of  W-estern    Provinces    Offer    As    Good  Opportunities as the   East for  ;_ this Industry  Dr. \V. G. Church, Dominion.Inspector    of - Silver Black Foxes for Livestock Branch, Department of Agriculture, Ottawa, Ont., says:  Ol      EH    l F1 IT      1 i     Afte? having personally visited" the  ufae liad fever USedl different    provinces    of  Canada,   and  ���������' j studying  the   situation     from     every  angle, I am convinced that there are  DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS  Nebraska Farmers Interested in Farm  Land in Canadian West  (Special Correspondence^ by G-. C.  Porter, of Winnipeg)  Omaha.*���������During the past twenty  years this section has been a most  prolific recruiting ground for ���������'emigrants from the. rural districts, who  desired to move into the Canadian  Northwest. More purchasers of land  than homesteaders have been contributed by Nebraska to the Canadian  prairies, but many homesteaders also  have gone from here.  W.   V. Bennett,  Dominion  Immigration Agent at. this point, is daily in receipt  of personal calls and  letters of  i enquiries from all over the State from  \ those  who  are  going  or  contemplate  I going to the Canadian* Northwest.  i     Homesteading   -is    not very popular  ; with Nebraska emigrants except, with  the younger sons of the farmers who  were     themselves     homesteaders     in  Western Nebraska.      The agents supply   these  people  with  railroad   maps  and   valuable  advertising  matter  prepared by  the -Government.  Sussex,    N.B.,   Woman   who   Suffered  From      Many      Forms     of      Kidney  Trouble       Sings    the       Praises      Of  Dodd's Kidney Pills.  Sussex,     N.B.���������(Special).���������Mrs.    L.  Parlee, who lives    on    Broad    Street  here, is another of that great army of  Canadian    women    who    are    always  ready to say a good word for Dodd's  Kidney   Pills.       Every   one   of   them.  has a reaosn.  "I have found Dodd's Kidney Pills  of good value to me," Mrs. Parlee  states. "I had typhoid and it left me  with naiik leg. I suffered also from,  cramps in the muscles, backache,  headache and heart flutterings. My  sleep was broken and unrefreshing, I  was always tired and nervous and I  had dark circles under my eyes.  "E took two boxes of Dodtf's Kidney  Pills and they have done me a lot o������  good. I have found Dodd's Kidney  Pills the best I ever used," *. ���������  - Mrs. Parlee's troubles came from  the kidneys. Ask your neighbors if  Dodd's Kidney Pills are not the most  reliable of all kidney remedies.  Harsh  But  Necessary  Revolting   as    it   seems for airmen.  to  drop  bombs  on  their  own  people,  no government lias any choice but to  Could Not Eat  ConstSpnti'on: is caused by a  torpid condition of th-e liver. Dosing -with salts, castor oil, etc., io  move the bowels, cannot afford  more: than temporary relief.  If you .'in*- lo riri yourself of  this ailment and thc scores of annoying symptoms and diseases  v.-hich come :n its wake, it is  nr.cesf.ary to Ret llic liver right by  such treatment aa is suggested in  this letter:  Mrs. Alvin Richards, R. R.  No. 1, Seee!ey*s Bay, Ont.. writes:  "For J-wo yrnr*. 1 wm affUc1������'I with  iirdiRMlion. and in llw m<-*rmnR when I  peot up nay bj-rnlh wm bail. 1 had r*  poor  i'lppftitr,   urn I   just   Me  lake   eaiinfj  r<r ���������"���������;-. in (nn<\i." I m*"-! -many difF<������r**n1  mrelirmeM fn a U-taliv without hrnefil,  nnd ilec doe lot'' m������*'I\y.t\r di***! not Jselp  mc at all.     Finally  I   isi*"-!   Dr- C ha<*.������-%-  Kirln������r-/-l .ivr fc'itli, nn-1 fnund them l*������s-  tear llun, .inyli-inpi I Oei-J -?*. ir i .*.<*������������������,.'. I  r.m hittlily i*-e.-re.itime-ne*l tlsrn "���������-, *ny-  r.-ner- rrr.iilji<-i-| ".villi r.i;ti';U.p~\irm or icee-f-  n<y   irouI.FrM,'  Dr. f1 h n {*e*,i Kidney-1 Zivet  Pith, our |iill! a (W.r., ?.:'><?. a box,  .nil deaj<"irn, or E-dmeTnn-rm. Jjatet St  Co., Ltc... Toronto.  Many Canadian and American sol-! fight when revolution bobs up. What  clle,rs who served overseas Ri-e nnxious | Wngs have done in defence oC their  "Lo obtain land on the Prairie Prov-J tlironos nnd Bolshevik rulers have  inees, Mnny of these hoys are bacheY done in defence of their power, a lib-  Inrs nnd -want homesteads. They j oral government, like that of. South  have some money and a few of them ' Africa must also do when challenged.  warn,   to  buy  Kind.      la cases  where   General   Smuts,   who   has little faith  wonderful opportunities for this industry in the western provinces.  When I "say wonderful,' I will quote  what has been done by one of the  eastern provinces, and in a future  article' will explain why the west has  a chance of doing equally as good, if  not better work than the east has  done.  Everyone  recognizes  the   fact   that  Prince  Edward  Island  is  an agricultural country.      They also know that  she is an island, and therefore rich In  fisheries, and this' island is often referred  to  as  the  garden, of the  gulf,  and evejryone who has visited this island has been willing to concede that  this is the proper title, and that it certainly is a garden, and when they investigate   the   fishing   industry,   they  are also ready to  concede  that it is  also a great source of revenue.      For  there on the shores of this island are  caught  the  most    delicious     oysters  which   command   the  highest   market  price, as also do lobsters, clams. and  many varieties of deep    water    fish,  such    as    mackerel, cod, salmon and  halibut that went to swell the revenue  from this industry.  Then  combining  the  revenue from  both the fisheries    and   "agricultural  products, the revenue from the fos-  ranching industry of Prince Edward.*:  Island was as great as the others combined.  Just stop and think of this.  I am going to write a series of articles dealing with this industry, anilx  will gladly furnish free of charge any  information relating in any way to.-th.e~  industry.  Parties   wishing   such   information;���������������������������  are  to  write me,  and  enclose a  self  addressed,   stamped  envelope for  reply.���������Dr. W. G. Clwirch, Summers������dea._  P. E. I  CASTORIA  For Infants and Children  In Use For Over 3������ Years  Always bears  the  Signature of  rhoy have had experience as I'armerR  j they are promptly taken in hand and  i-Tiven every encouragement. 11' thoy  j nre mechanics and want to go to ihe  I different cities thoy are acquainted at  ! r>ne-c with the rondltlonft prov-itling In  j I heir   |>;irl icular  trades.  Dr. A, IT. I-fipplo is t-hnirnuin of (he  citizens committee whieh Is nr ranging  ��������� io have J. Hruce Walker, com miss I on-  \ <-r of Dominion Publicity, deliver n.d-  \ dresses  hero   before  ihe  Chamber  of  Commerce, the Klwania mul  ! JtotHO' -Clubs. l".)r. Hippie Hpolt-e en-  ��������� thiisiriKiiesilly of th*** movement lo-  j wards the Can a din n Northwest. Trom-  t Inert hur>inc!ifi men arc helping the  i movement which ������hry s:iy lliey #>xpec:t  i io *���������(! lownnl < Winn da nnd t3i<> f'en-  i triil  rrt;itp.i: ihiH (-ipriJii?.  Busin������-������B   Brothers  l-ce'rldcnl  Ncil.-ion, nf Smith CoUcgc,  ; -.van  ranking a  ratlin*  ledlouM  jouruoy  ind  w.*ii! ,-.'l;i(l   '.vlir.-n   Itif.  rtiiin  who ha<l  ; the Hctel   I in front fit hP *tiriif'������l  ariHiiid  ! i<nd  hf-K.'in ii cojiuer-ffiHrin,      The man  \,Hiv.'.t\   \<a   he   H.     ir-mwIliiK     iwti.N-.Mmau  ' nnel   tttoV.   ii   \or -rrriint-ce-l  Hint   hr,   NTe||.  .:oti     i','!���������'���������)     itnui h*r "Wliat'n     vour  in the ultimate solution of social  I roubles through force, may he relied  upon when possible to use Intelligence  in place of bullets.���������Now York Sun.  The Poor Man's Friend.���������Put upfiii  small bottles that aro' easily portable  and sold for :i. very small sum, Dr.  Thomas' Eelcclrlc Oil possesses power in concentrated form. Its cheapness and the vnriod uses to which 31:  can he put mpke it tho poor man's  friend. .No dealer's stock Ib complete  without it.  Beech amspil  for Constipation  ^^b^^^ 4totfSi&.  IMPERIAL  The aborigines inhabiting f,ho Malabar Islands speak to each other at a  dlslance by whirling, tho whistlers  heing aeleHod I'or their ability to  whistle loudly. They make this thoir  livelihood.  ln*e  he"  i|<f������i  "MtlN-'H  ,t   t������  W  N.  1 im;  ttl'   Htieith       .N'e'vv  .Irifi,  tii;   ::.-   ;<l ; ,,\\]t ',.,  VtsrU   K\''-nii>������  Vimi,  Fisherman's Friend  The* OrtQinnl  and Only fienulnc  :.. *M*4eie^^HHH '* 4   I   1   *l   l*B     I   1'3B Z-fit 1  ��������� Lfli 'Hl^Hto^^'  ������'^Jik'iY^' 'ur^vmSStf/mm/mi-1mw'm\fmm-4gtm  YAHRtOllTFT, N.B.  AV11?  GREASE  Tlio ground mica fin ImnerSnl Mica Axlo Grentso  smooths tho apindlo by billing tho minute crevices  in* tho cteol. Ovcr thia 'ftho criaao worlsa easily,  eliminating frictionP heat nnd wear. Eases tho  strain on Inorfle* nnd hnrne*B������ It &oes twice ns  for nnd lnsts twice aa long as other greases*  BL  TOTl^A HARNESS  ^Cs~i7\t\    OIL  Fills the porea and protects the ftbro of leather  from the action of du������t������ nwent, moisture and heat.  Keeps harness strong* flexible nn-cl now-looking!  Doubles its lifo and gives it ������k vlch, black fin tali  that lasts. On sale everywhere In ������lzesi from a  pint to a barrel.  IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED  Canadian Company Canadian- Capita*  Canadian Workmen  -m /I  '/p  WBMZBZmjJg^- -CILESTON.-B   CL  ^ EDWlKl  W.  FIELD  . "I'm convinced ii I had taken Tau-  Ylac two years ago, when my: troubles  -first began, I would have been saved  v-a world of suffering/'* said*'Ed. W.  * Field, 538 Jefferson St., Milwaukee,  '"Wis. . ���������'  '    Y : ���������-���������'*"*���������*"  "My'case-proved that when a man's  ^stomach goes wrong, .everything goes  wrong with liim.       The first thing I  noticed out of the way   was    loss    of  ��������� appetite    and    next,    that no matter  how sparingly I ate,   I   was    sure    to  rhave    an     attack   pf   indigestion.    I  ; finally t?ot so I couldn't walk a couple  ���������of blocks without having to stop and  ������������������rest and I was so nervous that often  (I sat up in a chair all night long.  "Tanlac has made a new man out. of  ���������me, my stomach is as sound as a,dollar and I feel fine all the time. ^   I am  -a firm believer in Tanlac    because    I  'know it delivers the goods."  TaiSlab is-sold by all-good druggists.  Too Much Unrest  'Many   Causes   Advanced   for   Present  Y" Restlessness in World  Opinions as to the cause of "unrest" so much in evidence vary quite  -as much as the numerous forms in  which the unrest manifests . itself.  iSome of the causes advanced^are ?;to6.  smuch jazz; too much hoocli, too much  tlawlessness, .too much law, too much  ���������restrain on the people, too little- re-  -straint, too little religion, too much  vpreaching", too much unemployment,  ^too much laziness, and so on. It  :.seems, to be either too much or too  ���������little of one thing or another. The  ���������only thing on whieh nearly everybody  -seems to agree is that there is too  .much unrest.-���������Springfield Union).  The Ganges, India's    most    Import-  rant river,  is "1,557 miles long, and  is  navigable for a distance nf SCO miles  from the sea.  aager to Get Facts  American     Agriculturists     Want     to  Know   More   About   Farming  Conditions in Canada  (.Special   Correspondence   by   G.    C.  Porter, of Winnipeg)   ���������  Fargo, N.D.���������In point of territory  covered this is the mdst important  immigration outpost maintained by  the Dominion ixovernment in the United States. Through, this gateway  streams emigrants from Kansas,  Missouri, Arkanas, Okiahama, Texas,  Mississippi and Louisiana into the  Canadian Northwest. F. H. Hewitt  is the agent in charge for the Government here and at present his mail  brings thirty-five letters" daily enquiring about the prospects for farm,  fruit and dairying prospects on the  prairies and in British. Columbia.  During the past three weeks I have  traversed the prairie States of Minnesota, North and South. Dakota, Iowa,  Nebraska, Kansas and Missouri. Not  since 1S12 have I found such keen interest m things Canadian.  I attended a Farmers' Institute at  Colby, Kan., recently. This is th4  extreme western part of the State.  These "Institutes" are informal gatherings of farmers where reports are  read fromv Agricultural Societies.  -Through Agent Hewitt carrying his  exhibits to many country lairs in Kansas, the farmers have a very accurate knowledge of the conditions on  the Canadian prairies. These people  are eager to get facts. They are familiar with scientific soil culture. To  tell one of these men that a given  farm produced so many bushels to the  acre is to invite s^ich. a multiplicity of  questions that only a soil expert could  anSWPr Xanrih   TyTrVWI-o-r*.     Sanrat-eTv   /i-P       ..  X,..x.0r~        ~,~.xr+-~ ��������� ,       Urtrxrl.  trxtlr- J        XJ J-  Agriculture for Kansas, says that for  the first part of April his office has a  considerable number of- ^prospects for  the Canadian Northwest who will go  up to "spy out the land." Most of  these agents would rather have a  "prospect" make a trip over the line  before he tries to decide on location  or details of any kind. Mr. Mohler,  in talking, to me, remarked, "I have.  known of many men who - went to  Canada and prospered and then I have  heard of some who came back dissatisfied." It is to avoid these dissatisfied ones - that agents are now  working.  1  ~   ~T- S ������ I  Jl JI  ;..-A Foe to Asthma. Give Asthma  half a chance and it gains ground  rapidly. ���������*. But give it repeated treatments of Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma  Remedy and it will fall back even  faster. There is no half way measure about this remedy. It goes right  to work and drives asthma out. It  reaches the inmost breathing passages and leaves no place for the;  trouble to lurk. Have it by you for"  ready use.  "Sal* wvonderiul ct������rbal balls for &���������������  ~-Si~������ At skin disease. SOc mil daolcMh  Historic Knife  The Camavalet"*^������Iuseum recently received -ftrhat is said to be the knife of  the guillotine used in Paris during the  French Kevolution and the subsequent  Reign of Terror and which served to  decapitate YLouis XVI., Marie Antoinette, Robespierre, and thousands of  others. It was a gift to the museum  fro ma Belgian collector. The relic  is said to" have been in the possession  of the family of Samson the famous  executioner oft the French Revolution,  for several generations.  Speed of the Tortoise  Takes   Nearly   Four   Years  to   Travel  - Ono Mile  A professor at Wisconsin University  in Ameerica has been playing a jolly  game with tortoises. He has discovered, by letting loose 166 tortoises  all labelled/that a tortoise takes four  years all but a few .days to cover a  distance of one mile.  The professor aiso noticed that in  a period of five months the 166 tortoises went a distance of 115 yards,  thus . making their average speed  about two feet in one day. .  Travelling at that' rate, a tortoise  starting from London would take  nearly a century to reach Edinburgh.  A STUDY OF 010 AGE  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  ALWAYS IN THE HOME  Once a mother has used Baby's Own  Tablets for her little ones she always  keeps a supply-on hand, for the first  trial convinces her there is nothing to  equal them in keeping children well.  The Tablets are a mild but thorough  laxative which regulate the bowels  and sweeten the stomach, thus driving  out' constipation and indigestion, colds  and simple fevers and making teething easier. Concerning them, Mrs.  Saluste Pelletier, St. Dumas, Que.,  writes:��������� "I have used Baby's Own  Tablets for the past ten years and am  never without them in the house.  They have always given the greatest  satisfaction' and-I can gladly recommend" them to all._.au.others of little  ones." The Tablets jare sold by medicine dealers or direct by mail /at 25  cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine  Co., Brockville,  Ont.  Is always interesting- and reveals  the fact that the blood is usually thin  and lacking in the strengthening properties of young folks blood. If you  want to fill your blood with the fire  of youth, build up your strength, restore your nerves, just use Dr. Hamilton's Pills. This wonderful medicine  is a grand system regulator. Keens  the bowels in good condition, keeps  the body free of waste and impurities.  For young and old the use of Dr.  Hamilton's Pills is recommended/25c  at-all dealers or The Catarrhozone  Co., Montreal. .    .  ACHES AND PAIN  SIM15JETS1  A. VOID the misery of racking pain.  jf-^ Have a bottle of Sloan's Linl-  , meat  liandy   and  apply   when  you first feel the ache or pain,  i    Xt quiCjvly "Eases the pain ar  ft    feelinef of    warmfh    -th-mn  ,. ,.       - - ��������� ���������   .-        aricJ sends  a feeling" or warrntn through th-s  aching* part. Sloan's Lani-mer-l penelraiZ?  ���������nifithou-rubbing. ,  Fine, too, for rheumatism, neuralgia,"  sciatica, sprains and strains, stiff joints,  lame back and sore muscles.  For forty years pain's enemy.    .Ask:  yourheighbor.  At all druggists���������35c, 70c, ������1.40.   '  -       -==��������� Made In Canada.  -WZ-5. ^.-x 2 --.yPyy- __ jl  Whistling Tnee . ���������������  The "Tsofar," or whistling tree of  South Nubia, is so called from the  flute-like sounds made by the wind in  Its branches. . The sound is caused  by the holes bored by an insect in the  spines of the branches.  Almost as Easy as Wishing  lour breakfast cap is ready. ������������������-  without trouble or delay when  instant Postum  is the table beverage.  To a teaspoonflil of  In&tartt Postum in the cup,  add hot water, stir, and yo\i  have a satiSJ&rmg', .comfbit-  ing" drink.delightfixl ixi taste������������������  and with no harm to nerires or  digestion. As many cups as  you like, without regret.  "There's ������t Reason?--,  "Your grocer sells Postum in two forms,  Postum Cerea.il. ar*. packages),  ^     made hy boiling J-iill QH.O minvLtes,  iNiSTANT  PO-STUTvi   (in tins/  n H/  made instantly in the cup by adding'hotwater:  Canadian Postum Cereal Co., Ltd., Winds or, Out*  I -'--I. -Hlti.yy.    "   .  The drug contained in the -mescal  cactus button produces in the user  visions of gorgeous sunsets.   -^ \  CATARRH  Catarrh is a local" disease greatly influenced  by constitutional conditions. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is a Tonic, taken inter uaHy, and acts through the blood upon the  m-ucous surfaces of the sysierti. HALL'S  CATARRH MEDICINE assists Nature in  restoring  normal   conditions...  AH-Drug-gists.       Circulars free.  F. J.   Cheney &  Co..  Toledo,   Ohio.  Turkey has a' government agricultural bank with a capital of nearly  $15,000,000.  The ease with which corns and  warts can be removed by Holloway's  Corn Remover is its strongest recommendation.     It seldom fails.    .  Rosin Has Become Valuable  New Uses Found for a Practically  Worthless Product  Many articles in daily use came  originally from the ground but few  realize that "mining" rosin has been  a thriving industry in the United  States for many years, despite the  fact that rosin is the product of the  sap of certain species of evergreen-  tree. .,-.;.  Half a century ago rosin was so  cheap that it did not pay to put  it in barrels and send it to market.  The barrels were worth more than  the    rosin. ���������Turpettne,     however,  brought a R-oocl price and came from  the same sail which yielded rosin aa a  by-product. In consequence manufacturers concentrated on the turpentine and allowed'the molten rosin to  run into pits, where it hardened and  was covered with earth to get it out  of the way.  This went on i'or some twenty-five  years, nnd meanwhile the value of  rosin went up because new useg. were  found for it, principally in the soap  and paper industries. For a time  poonlo forgot about tho tons of valuable rosin lying hurled on tho sito of  the old turpentine distilleries, but by  and by a group of enterprising manu*  rueturnrn bfprm to work tho bo main  "mines," Of course these burled  Bupplloa will eventually be uaed up,  and then people ���������yvill have to turn  ouco move to" reducing rosin, fro tn pine  gum.  Blocked Doorway at  Hampton Cooit Opened  Haunted   Chamber   Has   Been   Closed  For 137 Years  After having been closed for 187  years, a blocked-up doorway ai Hampton Court Palace has been re-opened.  It connects Henry VII's so-called  Watching Chamber and the well-  known. Haunted Gallery. Through it  have passed Shakespeare, Charles I.,  "Queen Elizabeth; Mary Queen of  Scots, Oliver Cromwell, and a hos*  of other historical personages. Catherine Howard, one of Henry VIll's  consorts, passed through it on her  way to the scaffold.  Shakespeare's "company. performed  plays in the Great Hall off Hampton  Court Palace at Christmas, 1603, and  the rehearsals took place in the  Watching Chamber.  A feature of the "Haunted Gallery"  was a picture of the "Wild Man and  Woman," brought by Martin Frobish-  er from America which is supposed to  have given Shakespeare his first conception of Cali bar.   v  The doorway was closed by King  George II...-In 1735, who-had the gallery turned into a habitable room.  Just Needed Studying  Clock Was AH Right If You Understood Jt  The cleaning of the big clock Vra  the English House of Parliament reminds a story teller of his grandfather's clock; which he treasured  very highly in his Gloucestershire  family. The ancient in whose house  it stands tells visitors that-nobody in  the household understands much:  about it exdept himself, thugh the  clock, he insists, is a good timekeeper, "it only wants studying a  bit," he says. "You see, when the  hands stand atZ12 it strikes 2, and  then I know it is twenty minutes to  sso1^.  THE  Tlie'Name  ���������sci  ^BORATORv^   'Cutters**  /���������_ ���������      ^    jsnSertema. Vaccines  and efljfgressrns signifies. Made by The Laboray  tory that Knows How?.��������� Twenty-five years of corv  snaeatioe-is es*e3ea.vx>r in one line count for somethin-^.  Ttie-Cutter* Laboratory-  Berkeley        (U.S.Uccasc)        California  For    year's    Mother Graves' Worm  Exterminator has ranked as a reliable,  worm preparation and it always maintains its reputation.  A shower bath motor truck accompanies circuses and other travelling  organizations.  Minard's Liniment Relieves N-euralgia  Badges, symbolical of thstr name,  are being supplied to many ships of  the British navy*  wg������^ ��������� 00    mmm,     ���������    m   - mm    tm  No need to lose chicks.  Raise every one into  a strong jprofitabl������  bird. Successful poultry m e n everywhere  bank on  Pratts Buttermilk  Baby Chick Food  Sold .ererywhere oa oar money back guarantee. ADVICE  FREE. Tell us your trouble.  PRATT FOOD CO. OF  CANADA, LIMITED  Toronto  Minai-d's Liniment tor Burns,, etc.  W.   JM.    U.    1UG  WARNING!    Say  "Bayer"  when you  buy  Aspirin.  Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are  not getting Aspirin at all.   Why take chances?  Accept only art "unbroken package" of "Bayer Tablets of  Aspirin," which contains directions and dose worked out by  physicians during 22 years and proved safe by millions for  Colds  Toothache  Earache  Headache  Neuralgia  Lumbago  Rheumatism  Neuritis  Pain, Pain  Handy "Bayer'1 boxes of 12 tablet*���������Also bottles ol i>4 mid i60���������TJrug^*isfc  Anpirln Is Ou> trude*. mark  (r<*-fflat<**r<--i In Cana<I*> of Bayer Uan*u*nctur������ of Hontx  acutlcactilOBtor or VtuHecyllcactel.    Whiles It im woll known mat Anpirln m������*ns ntiymtr  rnfnnt-\u:turv,  to uua-ixl the**) puMlc feeceilimc imitAtinnm. thr* *r������>>l������t*e. nf Hteynr rnrn-wem  ~*t.l Un ejtnmiM u w-%li *G<s������r ������rm������r*i trado murk, (hfc "lta>������r Croa*.** |Y-
Local and Personal
Fob.    Sale���Baby   Grand   Special.
F. W. Spe-iker, Canyon.
White Wyandotte   Eggs.  $1.25 f<��r
14.    F. W. Ash. Creston.
For  SAiE���One horse plcnv.     Mtsi-
ri>\v*s* Blacksmith Shop, Creston.
Births���On   April 18th,  to.Mr. and
31 rs. Walter Fisher, a dcinghter.
Birth���On- April I3th.   to  Mr.  and
Mrs. George Huscroft, jr., a daughter.
For  Sale���Fresh   young cow. 875.
O.  Blair.. Reclamation Farm, Creston,
Harold Speers  is spending Lhe Easter  holidays  with   relatives   in   Ot-au
Hatching     Eggs���Baned     Rocks,
J.* W. Vaness,
$1.25 for-setting of 15.
Situation    WANTEii^-Girt    wonts
work riu^own. * * .   Address   Miss   V.
Pendry, Crestoii.        ���"������'���*!   ~-~v-y"~
.'���     ���*.* - -       vYcY'- '"���'
Toraato Plants, for.stile..   ..Order, at
once and   avoid disappointment later.
Pochii), Canyon^     . Y UZ- ���-.������. ,:������.
For Sal,e CHEAP^lO^yhuhs ewes
with lamb's included. Apply Mrs. A3.
Nathorst, Wynndel.
April meeting of Bdd, arid Gun Club
i i G.W.ViA. Haii, Thut-Sday eyening,
April 27th, 8 o'clock." "    ".     -
' ��� A new hat for a song. Revive your
old one wiih a bottle of our, hat dye.
Beattie Oatway,..Ettd.."
Eggs Fob.   Hatching���Rose   Comb
Rhode Island -Reds. $1.25 for sitting* of
15 eggs;.    Mrs. Wr V .iacfeson..
P   -���'���-
Posts  For Sale���A few  hnhdrefl
tamarac posts, peeled.-a-nd dry, -6 and
9-inoh tops.    Geo. Hobden, Creston.
*.-������ Every family should have ~u kodak,
and this is the store to buy it. 35 peE
cent,   reduction   ai    Beattie Oatway,
Ltd. _ -.-.' ���{���:..Z~'ZZ*':   .;
Car For Sax,e���Babv Grand Chevrolet, iji good shape, price right folium! edi ate;-sale. ' Mrs.  W. K.  Brown.
Mrs. Broley (nee Kicholl) and young
son are Easter week visitors with
friends in Spokane, leaving on Friday.
Foe SAle���First class saddle mare,
or would exchange for a light work
hen-se. Pochin (Canyon) Erickson
Misses   Nellie   Wilson   and   Estella
McKelvey left'on Wednesday for a.
few days' visit with friends in Spokane. .;��� j
Wantet>���Chickens, hens   roosteis.'
Will pay top oashprice. Dmig Barney,
Pacific;   Restaurant,    next    Matvson's
store. '     "
DressmakixGt--Yovi ttg    ladies'   and
���ii. ���
children's a specialty. Charges" are
reasonable. Y Mrs.'' R. *:de Falaise,
Greston. -
School re opens on Monday after the
Easter vacation. None of the local
teachers were out of town for the hoiir
day period".
For.' Sale���Team driving " pomes*-,
harness and democrat, or will trade
for Ford car. Morrow's Blacksmith
Shop. Creston.     ��
For'Sale"- cheap ������fbie.. cashi the lot, or
separaXely:   .One 'purebred.> Yorkshire
boar, 2 y&'ivsZ bid.-V- One* purebred
Yorkshire Y*foW:��. -2., J-SftPft- old., with'or
without lifter. '- O'ne'pTlKebr.ed .Otiester
������^���Vhite sow, 2 years old. .*Oiie^ purebred Chester White*' sow, One 5rear
old,,.w,ith or with out. fitter." Apply F."
R.Y&AGSHAW, Catup Lister,       ���
Tuesday night of
veited   toward     the
fieation scheme.
ni'ntie meeting, on
last   week, $.15 was
cemetery   beauti
Five teams' heayy" woik horses for
sale at very low prices.    Can  be  seen
at   our    camp,     Kitchener^ '" CRANY
Letd., Cranbrook or Kitc-heoec. B.C.
���During the absence of Agent Swan
son. who is off on a ten day vacation.
Sum Whittaker is back in charge tif
the C.P.R. depot here.
Up to the first of *.th��* month ���"provincial police officer McLaren had issued
licenses for fifty-five of the 100 motor
cars owned" in the \ alley.
The  kill   of   crows    magpies,   etc.,
goes'on apace. th�� local -Indians ace-urn-.
ulating $22 of revenue for the slaughter of these birds' during March.
��� The Methodist sale of se-wing.-cook-
isg, candy, -etc; on Saturday aftei>
noon was quite generously patronized;-,
the gross intake being almost $80.
^���MrsYCoft.eriir was the winner of the
handkerchief Taffled at the'Women's
Institute meeting on Friday, the proceeds of ahoti't $7'going*to the Russian
Save the Children'Fund.
Miss'Vivnnne Moore, who is.attend
ing high school-at Kaslo is home for
the "Easter holidays. Mrs. Charles
Moore, who has been a visitor hr-fehat
town f.u a couple-of weeks, returned
with her. ���������..-.���  i-   -.. ?
A silver tea and raffle of a piece of
fancywo rk under the auspices nfthe
Ladies' Guild of Christ Church* will ��� be
Lodges,   Associations   and   Public   Meetings
of "every description. ,
been  installed  in the kitchen, and  new tables supplied.
Rentals include use of kitchen,'.diShes,,etc.
RA TES: $5 per night;    $4 per afternoon, or when
no lights required.    Special rates for Committee Room
Water has
Apply fo Office of STAPLES FRUIT COMPANY- Ltd.
Try the Drugstore First
We assure yon that we offer you. t:h�� verjvl36^ ^^hesc'" J
t\(U3St  away  Av.itli
and labor saver.
ELK A Y'$���A   Bratp ��� Dye' 'that
i~r~\oU���� tiy be dyed.     A ti me
SUNSET���A Bcmp Dye that requires boiliu-g.
hOH.sewife wil,l tell .you <rlpep tbe work w��
possible r;harice for fail tire.
U.YOJLA���Thie  well-known dye is aNo in stock.
alt kinds of *jj;ood�����Rilk., cottori. wex-l or mixed,
egiv-fjs flatiBfacti'on.
boiliu^ ""���bho
but one that aiiy
I, indeed, with:no
One dye  Pbr
A dye that
DIAMOND ������ Anoi.lier exce31enl,'aatisryiu^  dyi
no mention apportioned to it.
Colors -A Pew iu-n : NTavy, Pink. Old
Hand. Vellow, ���f')rui.��i(/e(��. fZ\f'\\f, nod
Black, Oray, Taupo, Purple, etc.
iliat meed  have
How. Hoa rfet,  Card inn .-
IfWirk   Hrrnv.m, Ok!   Blue.
flat dyes almost any shade desired
���"111    I  II"  .1111   I  Mill V I  ffl
Mail Order* <t
Phone Service
Prompt Attention
held at the home o^ Mrs. W. S. Watson, Saturday afternoon, April 29th,
3 to 5,30.
Rev. Dr. Calvert of Kaslo was the
preacher at the Methodist Church on
Sunday evening,' a.rid on Mondayi
night was at Canyon City, where he
gave an illustrated lecture, under ladi
es1 aid auspices. .-*'... -   * - ^
Oregon WothenVInstiti^jLe iareviv-
i n g i ts flower show- th is year, and. have
decided upon Saturday, May' 13th. as
the date. A list of the blooms on
which prizes'will be given appearselse-^.
where in this issue.    "'-'���"'
Easter Sunday attendance at al! the
churches 'was very large. A�� Christ-
Church the'number of comnvuntcJants,
was ithe record for the congregation.-
The collection, which goes to the rec-"
t"i% was also a* very liberal one. v
C. F. Hayes left on WedrTesdkvfor!
Calgary, where ,'he��..'is; rur��deeg'qing.
some further specialist,treatment on'
his eyes. In cohsequ^rice^of. his niid-
week departure the JR,f��v!ew--4s issued a
couple of days,.^arl|er ,than, usual this;
week. There will be no issue for April
28th.    ,    ^   .*.   "\".ZZ..y-'.y--���-'��� - .-���*.   "
S.. Sweet., whoa cotiiple <if years ago J
purchased the Trotter i-rfnch on Hill ;
side- Ei��*Hu, next Holy -Cross" Church,
has this week disposed of it^tb Mr.
-Lantz,.. who arrived here abo'utYa
mfinth. ago-;-.from Liaird, Sask. Mr..
Sweet is returning to-Alberta to again
reside.  ;*;.-. '.���--��� ���'���'��� '  ..     __      ''-..?������
.-Mrs. H. ijyne, who is^the Kootenay-
Bou ndat-v   iu'em ber oii^ .the .pr-nvi ncial
Women's Institute advisiory hoai-d,
ie-ft on "Saturday for Victofcia*. 'vv'heie
she will atten'il a session of theexeftii
fctve that will arrange the pt-ogif-amines
for the institute disti-ict....coo���.ei*en.pes
this-yeai-; ' .     .'���-   .-..: ^->y
C. E5. Twigg. l����cal....pnovincial horticulturist, accompanied .by M-t-sI Twigg.
arrived from Kelson on ThLii'siday, and
are now getting settled in t-heit-horne
in the Schade residence, which.lie purchased some months ago. Mr. Twigg
will have office quarters i,n t,Ke Speers
block, next the Staples Fruit Conrp-
anv, Ltd.
At a meeting of���the baseball club ort
^Monday night Joe Atkinson wiis.'the
unanihtoiis ch��'��i'ce as -captain "'Of ��� the
Creston team this-year,.-and arrangements vvei-e completed for- laving out
the diamond and- eqtiipment, andthe
first.pi'Mctice match *hf the'season-will
be .plaved cm' Sunday if the weailiei-
is favorable."' -; Y    '; v    Y-" ��� _-y }.
It is to be . hoped^.ev.ery producing,
Orchardist in the Valley'will be tnitfor
the hortictdfcural meeting in .. Speers'
Hall on Monday' night at which Robert Stark will deliver an address, on
the Iinperial "Fruit Show at" 1'Vibdon
1 ast fall, at whieh" ��� the"'Valley; .y.'t$s'*
qtiite successful in carrying' offe,a.fulj,
share of prizes.        ,,.*.*-. *'""1
Time for enrollment of names on.theH
provincial v<��ters.list has been extended to May 3rd. People who voted,'at
the Dominion electiorj "last Decetuber
should not imagine thteir n"amies will-be
on the provincial list. The only naiiies
that will ��ppe.-ir thereon wi.l be those
���SVlVo voted at the''p'Wi.vincial contest in.
December  1920. :      ',' -"������?
a The west bound brain on Satuteday
was ..almost six hours .late in reiichlng
Cieston due';to a wreck.-of, Fridii^*s'
easthound nearOoleman, Alta., .uIobIc-
ing tratllc at tlint point. In the piisr.
hap about-nine passengers vv.e'ce badly
shaken up; aud jiinongst the unfoi-tun
ate was Win. Awhton; who gi'ies his
���itcltlfesa as Creston. ������������������'
'J'he varied weather that has prevail*
���ed for iilmost tlie past niontih appears
to'have gievri the Va'lltfy ..an.excwlleht
stippilv:' o^/,.u|,ol.atui,e*ijV.,;:'Aqcoi'dinflf--r';'tO '
iabnie wliiViiave bttenhuvA clearing th|Br,
lust three seasoo'ii the accuuuilallon of
wetness this spi-ihR-. is <the.'heaviest
'-^liJiVe'lftlU. aiid .rri'.plttcpSijrt .down iu.it
depth of oyer'four feet.'
' Mi1, and Mrs, ,rX*.tnetead ar�� leaving
' bhia iv-dek for Portland,. Ore,, wherjfcl
ihtVy will make .iv''l��hq'rt-cj8taVy.':w.lth.*|
'iriends, and will then proceed topc)int*��
in California, spending the summer nt,
Long beach.- They "expect to'be n.way
untiH eiirly fi*IIP and duripg their, ab-
senne their hoinfi wljl be ocoopted by'
|\lr. and.Mrs. Joe AtklnBon.
1 Vtn- Friday evening; .rjjtyt-il' 28th,'* this ["
LudieH' C3uild of .Cfrf-IMfc;' ChiVtch:, are;
putting on anotlirr of their alivayH-
popular whist and. dunee-Vi !n"",,t.hi' Vuv-
(fth flail, to wlileh the adudsHlon will
In-75 ceii.tH. rJMic vei'-y l��<��Kt'" c��jT rnuwic
Iiiih been Hecnied For the dance,' aiid
good prl'/eH will be given at oiudp,
which ure fo hturtnt 9.15 prompt.
Tim Ited Ci-ukh Society uieetlng on
'J'huiHday night wiih quite well iittend-
ed. and after !�����<�������� i-iii-j; Ibn fciloal.toii ()[h>
ciiHMed tlio gatliering was quite uniin-
IrnouH'ln Stb vi*Ui not to have another
public  health   rmrno   scot to DreMtnn.
Any funds that may he on  hand the ] high class   music   was   furnished   by
    -. r L~    _ ~    v. -��� - ... ..       '    . .     .      mm v m:*_-'_l'-L.*^ ��� *.i_j'    T z-.Xrx-.     -.-.A
committee of ladies   will   allocate   to
deserving community purposes.
J The whist driye and ^ dance under
the ^direction of the fall fair at the
Parish H.all on Monday night was a
splendid -success,- socially as: well as
financially.,' The winners at cards
were Miss Davidson and Mrs. Manuel,
while the getfttemen high scorers were
Ernest Taylor and SLorne- Botterill,
C Q. Kod'gers " was the winner of the
sheep which was raffled, the draw being made by Miss Whiddon, ticket 98
being the first dra,wn.     For the dance
Mesdames Foreman and Lister and
Alex.' Liidgate. After paying all expense? tbe raffle" and door receipts
combined will net the agricultural association something better than $100.
WHITE ^YANDOTTBS ���.:���..������ $1,25
BLACK MINORCAS ... ..���.���.���    1.25
S.C. WHITE LEGHORNS __:._    1.25
per setting of 14 eggs. All from
excellent or prize stock. P. Q.
'EBBUTT, Creston.
-^ * Bss?M-M .*- 'S
Kosedale ChocoJates.......
-, Plain Tafify ,:-:Y*:...:..:..;.	
"Peanut Brittle....... :.y:..::...*.
;   . ���j'EvJM"��pK-Tai9^^;:4.;.:..J...-,:l
Cream- Buns Seoriries
20c. Ib;
30c. lb.
40c. lb.
Setlly Limns
.Next door So iSevan's Uarage
Doii't wait until ,the J*almy days of spring are
calling you to the trout, streamy biit look after.
a' -- - the purchase of your
early, as  lie . caul d get
sure of -what he ..wanted*
nPJt'r-  -'���..-���   -     J. ..    I'*  '.'    '       ���     ���   y.-.   -
a better assortment,Yarid was
Any sejevip^wfe can render is a- pleasure to us
Better Service
, Gerierai Merchants
;Uowe"r Prices;;
..    .-.,..,-.1.V-. :������ * "V.-  *:
f. f'Mll''.'
corisist5ng. of Fancy Voiles,  Tricolett��
and Oirighams
^Classics^".in .latent styjo. Oxfords, Pump,.' Spmp
' Shippers' and. Bals,''in Tan, Black ancj, G)jnay.;
;>' i.   .   .a  ,
Brnd���'EM.M.M"MH~isS   eji      Et H.IW35y'*C?8j _      ���'c^.'IWwR       ^he^HmJUJKM ti��MM��. *S
.'���''   Spring Hats     ���'?*-* ;*"���'
y? i
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