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Array ms~~m  . v-  ^V^Ztib**  "X  *PI.22  Vol. XIV.  GBESTON, B.CvFRIBAY,   MAY 5, 1922  No. 13  s  ~t  .������  Amateur Night1  Talent Rehearses  blossoms would  where.        -*  be in evidence  eyery- J}^^  SUPHHOHIS  There will be no scarcity of material  toTiuake the big baseball concert a sue-  cess. Por the Amateur competition a  toetat of eight acts are already entered.  In addition all nf the best local talent  are oSei-iug* their services and tbe  programme will include several excellent musical numbers which.will be  in addition to these entered for the  substantial prize that is being offered.  Tlie band will .play during the evening- and before the entertainment  proper beg*������!S -will give an open air  concert! n front of the theatre. This  ������������������viliisHs s>������e initial open air appearance  of tbe band this -season, and no doubt  will draw^ fche audience the excellent  - playing of the band deserves.  The baseball boys are thesasseSves devoting much time and effort towards  making the show a. success. They are  rehearsing eLimost nightly on a combined singing and acrobatic act that is  being billed under the /heading oi the  Pyramid Builders. This act will be  entirely new and for this reason as  well as because of its merit as an en  tertaining feature promises to be decidedly interesting.  Some of the contestants are show -  ini* a. little too much modesty in making their initial appearance before the  public and haye refused to allow their  numbers to be billed under their correct names. Howeyer what these  artists lack in self confidence they  make up in originality in -selecting;  stage names. For instance we are to  be treated to a ��������� signing act' presented  by Madame Screecherini, soprano  prima donna.and her juyenile protege.  Poco Moderate, 'who is said to have a  boy voice of   most  touching   quality.  Every boy acffds gir^ ^^to^-^sin^Bgf.  will be sure to turn out to.������ee. 3ef������Jkqj&  Mutt and-Jefic fame) and his fuend  Sir Sidney; in ait original automobile  scene in which will' be used a racing  car of original design, and -which wil!  be run upon the stage. There Will be  an elimation ring contest to decide the  championship of the Valley in tlie 133:  pound class. There will be at least  four ,contestants, which will mean  three bouts. These are just a few  of the headliners. ���������Next week a full  programme will be printed.  Frank Celli. who -got back from  Coleman, Alta., where he spent the  winter, is "Busy setting out about ten  acres of the ranch to trees, largely  cherries. New enrchard planting ia  unusually heavy this season with  sweet cherries largely favorite.  Pioneer of 1898  \\  Erickson has been  outbreak of iaeasles  '? -.-"<-ie^;  i!i>������ m>  Birth���������On April 19th. to Mr. and  James Cs-UTt, ft son.  The Campbell and P. Smith families,  who have spent the winter in the  Pass, returned last week, and 'are  again occupying; their ranches here.  Nurse Connie McCarthy of Cranbrook has been & visitor with her parents here the paat week.  The travelling In the Brickson district is quite good". During the past  week the tractor with grader attached  \ has been busy at the levelling and fill  ing up process and has made a good  job of it.  BrCekRon school has a real cosmopolitan attendance now, one of the latest  pupils enrolled being a young grandson of 'Mah Wah Sing, tho elderly  Chinaman who is operating the Harrl-  ���������son ranch.  The United Farmers, have their regular monthly session on Tuesday  night at the schoolhouse. It is expected there will be soma word from  Victoria as to the availability of the  land requested for park purpones.  Commencing- with May the store of  the Co-Operative Association will observe tho Wednesday half holiday,.  and Manager la-grand wishes the public tn know that the holiday will also  ���������ipply to the sale of feed*   ,  Staking operations are under way  at tbe Ibong ranch for the sixteen  slxtee^acroB on new orchard that ie-  to be planted this spring. About 800  trees will be put In. all of whlcii will  he either Delicious or Mcintosh Red.  Cultivation 3s thc order of the day  at present and certainly tho land waa  never In as good  shape as at present.  favored with an  but   fortunately  only a few families have so  far, been  troubled N^ith them.  Brie Craigie was  a business  visitor  Cra.nbrossk a   few   days   bhe   eariy  part of last week.  The-P. J. Klingensmith ranch is another pL;ee that h������s added, nksiiit Sve  acres of new orchard���������mostly appies.  Extensive land clearing operations  have got the place *o that with tht exception of about two acres the whole  twenty are now under cultivation,  Frank Staples had the Fordson  tsc%ot b.1 discing on thf** J. 35.. Craigie ranch," and reports that there is an  exceptionally heavy showing of fruit  all over the 25 acres of bearing orchard.  Quite tlie largest and- most enjoyable house party, giyen at Brickson re-  centlv was s*fc (the h^vrrte of Mr= yisd  Mrs. K. J. JLong on the evening of  Easter Thursday, when abont forty of  their friends "Were royally entertained  at an evening largely given over to  dancing, with an equally excellent  lunch served about midnight.  Miss Ruth   Smith, who has been a  vii-sReteor  with   friends in Spokane, re  turned last week, and reports a most  enjoyable vacati<m. ,  In "the passing }pf Richard Hood,  who died at Sjis jhpme in the Alice  Siding district-qsv Sunday afternoon, death has (tpbbed the Valley  of one of its real-piosseer and highly  respected citizen^;'  Deceased, wJi-oY ihsd almost attained hie sixty* ninth year, waa a  native of Ayrshire, Scotland, and  ���������when little moreHhaii a youth migrated to United States, making  his- first permanent American home  in    .California, .i:rwhere    he     was  UIWI- -*-*\ml*mm.40 ^mm^-t->9mSmt*.      *��������� nw       eiuv< ���������������  K5^*- t~m v������   Uf- ������*  atid; in the early Y?9Q's "was located  at Porthiil. Xdahi?, heing amongst  those employed at that time in the  ill fated dyking ot "ihe 'Kootenay  B-iver with the ohject of creating  what is now known as the Reclamation Farm. \Z  With the building of the Great  Northern through*~' to -Kuskanook  the iate Mr. Hood decided to make  his home in Crest-osr Valley, and in  1898 arrived wlth^Mrs. Hood and  the family, their Hist Valley life being in a tent pitched on what is  now- ths 'Sprst!-"rJ*!oh; .2. little iatsr  taking possession *>f an abandoned  Gr.N camp on thi^site of the pres  ent Hood ranch, :i The coming Of  the - Hood family was quite &  notable occasion aV the'two child  ren of the family .provided Creston  with a school population of ten, and  I forthwith the education department was requested to - establish  Creston's first schooL  The cause of death was a general decline in health- following the  sturdy pioneering t2������at -.-was necessary to transfer thethtish land into  -~ r-.*"&sr~ _  ype ng ffau������h ter >lf Sftin O'^eil  te the "JEjrs^ ol7the'%eason'*s/^'ood tick  victims. AiiJweek ago Sunday,a.'hurried  trip hact"to'he made to Creston with  her to receive treatment from' Dr.  Henderson."j. '   ���������"  S. Vaness,iwbo~ has heen visiting  with his brother, J: W. Vaness. left  for the prairie on Monday last.  Building    activities   still   continue**  the newest'structure to be reared sky*  ward being a garage  on   the   Beazer  ranch.  This season's supply of trees from  the nursery arriyed last week and  crtninty the ranchers had ideal weather for planting, them.  Jas. Compton lias a crew of men at  work digging treuchet. for his irrigation system.  John Johnson, who has occupied  the-Bartholomew house since last fwll,  has just moved into the house on the  Dr. Vifells ranch.  Dick Smith has just completed  clearing a couple of acres on the E. L.  T. Taylor lanch. and has the same  ready for seeding.  There was a large turnout of neighbors at the funeral of the late Richard  Hood, which took place from the  Presbyterian Church to the Cteeton  cemetery on Tuesday, Mr. Hood passing away on Sunday afternoon.  W, T. Simister has just sold hla  ranch here to Mr, Parkin of Michel,  who gets posseBslon immediately.  Frank Sim inter returned on Saturday from a visit with friends In Nol-  hou.  Mrs. Jas. Compton,   who has boon a  j ft wo month a" vloitor   with   frtends .at  {Toronto, Uxhrldge and  other OutJtdo  points, returned on Saturday, after a  jmost cnjciyable holiday trip.  With the bounty now being paid on  gophers the juveniles in this section  are quite busy at thc kill of these animals.  W. A. McMurtrie   left on  on a buaine������������ visit to Nelson.  Monday  ������~>������&BP&ff OW mhOMSBSM  Mm,   Hood    and family   tako  thfie.  means of expressing their full apprecl-  ,   , ,    , , ,     , . atton    ccf    the   Hy^it-pml.hv    ���������ennrN   rrtM.imy  Tc-cu ^pow-tlfc ia i������ti.���������������������..������b*tt jo������u M������v"*������   teindneasea shown  theni  In  their  nbout four days nf real   Blny weiithcrlcent bereavenient.  'I',  ro  a splendid, friHt fl^litoek. farrpthat  *Fhe funeral- wais on Tuesday. from  the Presbyterian church to Caeston  cemetery, wi^ Rev. ���������������������������������_, James  con ducting, tbe last sad rites, and  Messrs. W. ~H. Crawford, Geo.  Johnson, H-. S. Bevan, John Sgratt,  J. W. Dow), and Frank Rose  officiating as pallbearers. There  was a large turnout of citizens to-  pay their last respects, and a striking tribute to the lasting friendship  that existed between deceased and  those who knew him was evidenced  in the attendance of quite a few of  the older Indians at the burial seryice. " In addition to the. widow-  one daughter, Mrs. Charles Sut-  cliffe, and one boi\ Qeorge, sarvsva  Although never prominent in public affairs and of a naturally retiring disposition the late Richard  Hood enjoyed the respect and esteem of a very wide circle of friends,  In good times or had he always  displayed the spirit of optimism and  this characteristic coupled with  native ability anda liking for work  meant much to him in his quarter-  century of eminently successful  pioneer agripultural effort, as well  as having a helpful influence on  those who came in later. In the  groat loss they have sustained the  widetfw "������nd family have the sympathy of all.  the Wynndel district this year than  for some time past. Over 100 boxes of  of powder have been used,, and in consequence there is now, or will be, a  considerable increase in the acreage  under culttyation.  Andrew Bachtnat of the Homseek-  ers' Agency wound up his affairs here,  and left for Calgary, Alta., last week.  Outdnoi- basketball is now the rage,  and every Sunday afternoon the court  it crowded with interested spectators.  It is hoped} the club will have the first  tennis meeting next Monday.  The Athletic Club concert on April  22nd was the most suceessftil affair of  the kind eyer produced in Wynndel.  all  tbe way  from musical selections,  songs, comic songs;   recitations,   dialogues and sketches.     The   pianoforte  nu ni bers by Mrs.   Sadler ; and   Misses  D. ButierfielS and   P. Battue were of  the highest order, "and were enthusiastically received   by the large.audience.    Messrs. Davidge and H. Bathie,  jr., were the fun   of  the   show,   with  corbie songs, which  were most insist-,  ently encored.    Mrs.   H. Bathie,   jr.  and     Misses    I������.   Bosindale    and. D.  Butterfield contributed solos that were  greatly  appreciated   judging   by   the  hs;;rty encored 4������c>uoi-ded them.      Miss  P. Bathie and Miss  K. Kosindale in a  folk   song*  and    dance,   entitled   the  "Little Dutch   Doll."   were   well   rer  ceived   and   were   obliged   to   repeat  with an   encore.      Two   of   tbe* best  turns of the   evening   were   sketches  "'Turn Him Out." by Misses M. Nath  orat, Marie Hagen, D. Butterfield and  Master Oscar Hagen.    The sketch was  certainly a scream froiu beginning to  end.   ,Tht other one,    "Who's   Crazy  Now,"'by   Miss   M. Hagen, Y Mrs.   HZ  Bathie, jr., Messrs. John ahd-H. "Bdth-  ie. jr.. and   OYH. EXavidgs^-" was ������lsd  ve,ry ^musing, ������nd  t^������ auafenc^^s61  W~r\ytff~ft98aOF  s  Mra. T. Anderson, who has been  spending the winter on the prairie,  returned to her home hero on Monday  last, and expects to remain here fnr  the summer,  Mr. Klingensmith of Creston. who  has recently purchased; a piece of land  from J, J. Qnuly, next the Wall place,  has his hnuae finished and has moved  in and got settled down.  Mm. Geo. Hnsnrof. and baby daughter, also her   young  sister,,   returned  from Creston. on Sunday afternoon,  Vic. Johnson has the contract to  clear six acres of land for Mr. Shing-  lley, who recently purchased a block  of hind from M. Wlgon.  MIsb Irene and Master Elmer Huscroft of Porthiil were yEsUora with  tholjf grandparents, Mv. and  Mrs.  O.  J. 'W-lgeiU, ������*-'-��������� thu SJ^wU-'k- Uw3iidti.y-M.  Mor-n land clearing hns been done In  Tells of Bud Moth  Owing to an sssaavoidable insufficiency of advertising there was lather a  small attendance at the meeting of  the growers in Speers' Hall on Monday night whea^Prof. Eaatham, pro-  \incial plantLpattiidlbgist. discuss some  of the more .-argent orchard and Held  problems of the season* The chair  was occupied by James Adlard, and  aibng ^wlth the speaker was 33. C.  Hunt, district nortieulfcuris tof Nelson.  Owing to pressure on space The Reyiew is this week compelled to curtail  nd't-t   mm*^-wmrmm*4-   ^'*tm. - ^S���������, ir* :m^r^~-.-4x- ~- ������,!���������=.  xm0x- ������wj>CPii������.  uxA vu������3 xuist;fj3nsr.  Speaking on the strawberry root  weevil Mr. Easthatn pointed out' that  in the coast sections of the province  this is the curse of the strawljerry  grower. Two crops are the most that  anv grower expects to get from his  plantation, and in many casea the  second one is a partial or total failure,  thus making the crop one of little or  no profit. Moreover, there is no direct remedy, and the slower can; only  adopt certain methods .of "dodging'8'  the pest. The Creston and Buck Creek  areas are at present free from the pest  and it means much to the growers to  keep them sov  The only way in which  ith^t^a  the playerajiad .q^^^Jt^it^^^^s;  m<ike them^v^s-^ardJ'J.'.T^fejSi^^^^  dialogues, ^������������������^etting^ ^&&?-,;'&ZZ$i'0efe \  It vrOuld.be iikeiy io be introduced  would be introduced would be in the  roots 9/ strawberiy plants from infested districts. It is true that the chances c^ such introduction may be only  slight, but when the district enjoys  such a great advantage it is not advisable to risk st at all. With a little  foresight all the young plantsreqnired  for local use can be raised locally. -  As to bud moth Mr. Elasthant said  the smalt- brown caterpillar of thip  moth remjui^^ the win-  out to Ijfeed.^epp  *;*������a>ift*..������.  -Kq,Xi6ve, no F������y������M  mg ( ^    .  ' wereY"|������otii:  well receiyed. The other items on the  program nie included recitations" by  M^s-s H^ Nathorst A. H. Piggott, and  Master Oscar Hagen. There were  musical selections by Miss P. Bathie.  piano; Messrs... R. Andestad and H.  Bathie, jr., violins, and E. Andestad,  drums. The hall was filled to capacity  and late comers were forced to stand.  The entertainment lasted almost three  hours, after which the concert party  served supper, and as soon ae the seats  were cleared dancing started, and continued until almost 3 a.m. When nil  expenses have been paid there will be  a very nice sum to be. handed over to  the secretary of the club. This money  is to be used for purchasing equipment  for various sports. Mrs. Sadler's kindness in loaning her piano for the occasion is much appreciated���������the Clubhouse piano at present being rather  sadly out of tune.  the  ���������yitp^r-v--,-.  rvit?^  jpff.??jca^^ ; :'iti^Z^B^US~y to Z  damage the fruit.    Adding arsenate of  lead to the  Pink .spmy  isas   sssuallyY  been found a satisfactory control, but  ttrnsay be necsssasy to apply the poison earlier than the usual pink spray.-  It may be possible for tlie Department,  of Agriculture to carry on a test for  the best times to sprav in this district.  Tent caterpillars, said the speaker,  feed     on     most      orchard       trees,  except the pear.     The eggs are laid in  rings around the twigs and the young  caterpillars come out   with   tbe   first  leaves.   One kind makes a conspicuous  web or tent, the otherdoes not.   Both  are controlled readily by adding arsenate of  lead   to   the   pink,   and   if  necessary to   the   calyxs   spray   also.  Cherries are very liable to attack and  need a similar spray.   .  P. Erickson is in town, the guest of  his sister, Mlas Esther Erickson.  Mrs. L, Cardiff and daughter. Margaret, spent the Easter holidays at  Spokane.  Work has commenced on the government 'roads, with Z. Geroux again in  charge of operat3ons~lhis season.  Mr. and  Mrs/Hunt and daughter,  Clara, and MIkb Mildred Andeen,  spent the Easter, week at the Hunt  ranch at Erickson.  Rev. J. A. James of Creston was a  visitor here on Sunday, taking Presbyterian service En the schoolhouse in  the after noon.  Mr. and Mrs. Thomas have moved  their residence from the Fnulson-  Mi'.bou camp,  und are now occupying  liLm housed fonuerHv the residence of  Harry Rymell.  Miss Schmidt spent the Baxter vacation at her home in Kosaland.  MIhs Ellen and Laura Andeen spent  a few days hist week  with friends in  Cranbrook.  1:1. A. MnKTowan nr\r\ H. ^femes of  the Sash & Doer Company left last  week for thetr homes at Cranbrook.  Attention, Anglers  For the 1922 fishing season we  are offering two substantial  prizes to the fishermen who have  the good fortune not to let the  biggest ones got away, and the.  only regulations attached to the  contest are: 1. Fish must be  oaught with tackle purchased at  this store, and, 2. The Ssh must  be presented at our store to be  weighed and measured ao that  an exatcit r-ooordl may be kept of  all catonea    Tho rewards are:  FIRST PRIZE  $13.00    Bristol    Steel    Tetesoopic  Fibbing Hod, for heaviest trout.  SECOWO  PRIZE   *  $5.00  French  Fishing  Basket for  heaviest char.  Prizee awarded Sept. 1, 1922.  gijuwoliii gjiiuifri?ii������  GRESTON vX&vv* GslESTGIn* 35. C~  fsm  S-mmm  liniments Won9! Relieve  Pain Between the Eyes  That pain is not rheumatism or  neuralgia. Many folks thinks wso���������it  is due to Catarrh, plain ordinary Catarrh, and needs attention-right no\?v  Catarrhozone is the name of a woit-  ferful invention.that is dally fixing up  chronic eases of weak throat, bronchitis and catarrh. Every , breath,  through the Inhaler' is laden -with  soothing, healing- substances that destroy all diseased- conditions; in the  .breathing organs. ��������� -.-It .can't fait to.  help, because it . goes 'where,.the  trouble ^really exists, 'and doesn't; attempt to cure an illness in the head  or throat by means of medicine taken  Into the stomach. There is no sufferer, from a grippy cold or any winter  ill that -won't find benefit in Catarrho-  sone, which is employed by Physicians, ministers, lawyers and public  men throughout many foreign lands.  Learge'size lasts t-wo months and costs  $1.00. . Small size 50c, sample size  !25c, all storekeepers or the Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.  Canadian  tion, while at Oxford, specially arrang-  "e&������|sdslts will be D|ade to Blenheim  Palace by invitation of the Duke of  Marlborough, and to tea at Heading-  ton by invitation of Mrs. Morrcll.  It is also ;c6afidfint!y expected that  a, civic reception wIirYbe accorded to  the visitors this year:' * 'by: v';'tlie'"'. Lord  Ma5ror of. London,., in,.. the Guildhall,  with luncheon and address by the  L,ord Chancellor of England, Xeord  Birkenhead, who stands as one of the  foremost *Yand one of the youngest  leaders in the public life of Britain  today. - '  The programme for Prance will include a stay in Paris which: promises  the utmost interest, for the arrangements are being directed by La Bien-  venue Francaise of- ���������which Marshal  Foch is President, and Prince Roland  Bonaparte the ���������Vice-President. It is  through their interest and influence  and by the good offlceg of Madame I  Boas de Jouvenal, the Secretary-General, that the University of Paris will  extend the hospitality of the colleges  during the stay in Paris.  Teachers9 Tour  Two   Hundred   and    Eighty   Teachers  Will  Comprise the   Party  r. The teachers' tour to Great Britain  and    the    battlefields of France and  Flanders is to be a memorable event  for some  two    hundred    anef    eighty  teachers throughout Canada, and the  plans which are   nearing   completion  promise a "pilgrimage" unexcelled in  interest  by  any  of  the   previous   six  annual tours under the Overseas Education League.      Teacliefs from Australia,   New   Zealand   and   Newfoundland   will   join  with   those   from   this  Dominion in the arrangements for the  summer.       A special   feature   of   this*  year's plans is the chartering of practically   the   whole   accommodation   of  the"    Canadian  "Pacific SS.   "Scotian"  whieh carries with it all those privileges which guarantee the social and  vacation pleasures  of the seven  day  Atlantic voyage.      Another: attractive  item  on  this   year's   itinerary   is  the  visit to'Oxford, Stratford-on-Avon and  Warwick,  for during   that period   the  teachers have the unique privilege of  hospitality in the Oxford colleges by  generous permission of the eollege authorities,   through   Sir   Herbert   Warren,   President   of   Magdalen   College,  Mrs.     Haldane     and     other     Oxford  friends of the league.      Arrangements  have been made to accommodate the  gentlemen of the party in Balliol-College, and the ladies in Lady Margaret  Hall and St. Jugh's College where, as  temporary resident students, they will  dine in the College Halls and be given the freedom of undergraduates.    It  is not easy for the stranger to Oxford  college life  to appreciate the signifi'  cance of this courtesy on the part of  the college authorities, which is probably without a  precedent.      In  addi-  KilBed hy Blood Poison  Used" an old razor for paring his  corns. Foolish, because 25e buys a  bottle of Putnam's. Painless Corn Extractor which for fifty years has been  removing corns and warts without  pain. No failure if you use "Putnam's." Refuse a substitute. 25c  everywhere. -  Fur Farming  Albanian Womsiti Will Weear Dresses  Trousers as the national costume  for Albanian women are to disappear  with the next generation. 'The  Mohammedan mothers have decreed  this after seeing the smart, comfortable and sensible dresses worn by women members of the American YRed  Cross mission, there, and observing  the results ot their work among the  girls. ;; ��������� '" ��������� '  Smocking Leaves   \rVaist For Hat  WLere It Shines In Steel Jbeadb  gib  Siren  Strength of mus-cle <t3oe*$ not indicate strength of nerves. On this  account many people who look  healthy enough sulfur ifrom nervous  tymibl-fi   and    cannot    wr-der'tam}  what as ailing them.    Sleeplessness j  and irritability arc among: lhc early  symptoms.     Indigestion  and tired  feelings toon follow.  Read this letter from an Ontario man:  Mr, W������ L. Gregory, Charles-  St. E.��������� InRersolI, Ont.. writes:  "S li i'j J Irr.cis leouLIcd fW quite a  while**! -wiih indige-tlkiiie. At limei these  would Ijf. ts tivttcUnfj of the n������rv������ of  my fetomarli; an<l I nlso -found it ������JiiE-  rult <o t;ftt a -good nigKt"* *1������:wrp, I am ������  riioul'Je***;, lit,.- owing lo lhe nature eoff  my work my tyjr.m beenmee run-down.  I look .i treatment o. Dr. ChmPt. Nerve  Food, nnd ������*e>un'J at-al l.tnurfii from 'Ja:*  mr-rlrrijue.     'J hey   <!i<l   ni-e   *~   are*"!   <J*������I  ok ffXU-rni. I hMVeS Jlejl fjeiTiie p,\Ur.t*t-rl ������t nli  v.'ilh melif^eiieifj Bij.re*, tta-i c*t\ itc**-p  ithkH bettrr, 1 Iiava reTotnmnTi'JeeJ Dr.  (.\\MtP~ N*evci l'iiri(.\ ttt many of u������y  (ririirU^ m I fhinlc al upPrn^M ft**- ������ny*  oii������   mn-ilov-n   41 nr.i   nf*eJina   a   lon������e\*"  Dr. Cha**'**** Neriv- F*n*n<*-|, 50r. ae  hoXj n(l (]rr\]rr*, (*. V-Ama n������.r>n-  I.inles* ���������& Co.. Limited, Toronto  Dr. Church  Explains Why   F-ox   Farming "in the West Should   be  Profitable  Last week I told you what had been  dons   by   fcx'farmers  on   Prince  Edward Island.      This week I -will give  a feyr reasons why the west should be  a better place to ranch foxes than the  east.'" "^  The -spring -weather of the west is  more favorable to the fOx puppy.  During the months of February,  March" and sometimes April, fox puppies are born. In the east during  these months there is a considerable  amount of. rain and . damp '"snow fall.  The mother fox goes out and gets  more, or less wet and when she returns to the ��������� den to her yonng they  are subject to more or less eontact  with this moist ur^and are 6ften chilled and develop pneumonia, sometimes  they die from this.  Now in the west you have clear dry  sunshine during this period, .which  Is certainly favorable to the fox pup.  The" number of fox pups raised  should be from one-half to one and  one-half per cent, higher in the west  than in the east, from exactly the  same stock, other conditions being  equal. '���������-.'.-������������������  _The average on P.E. Island is between two and three pups to the litter, depending on weather conditions  cliiefly, it should be between- three  and four pups to the litter in the  west. Another condition " favorable  to the west Is the available amount  of cheap food. The east has to pay  two, three and sometimes four times  as much for most things that the fox  eats.  Next week I will give other reasons  why fur farming can be successfully  carried on in the western provinces.���������  By Dr. W. O. Church, Inspector of  Foxes for the Dominion Livestock  Branch, Department* of Agriculture,  Headquarters, Summerside,.,P.E.I.  ���������  6AS I IHE --STQWGH  IR MNfiFRffllS  Recommends   Daily   Use  of   Magr.-asia  To Overcome Trouble,  Caused by y  Farmenting   Food  and   Acid  -        Indigestion  Gas and wind in the stomach accompanied by that full, bloated feeling after eating are almost certain  evidence of the presence of excessive  hydro chloric- acid in . the stomach,  creating  so-called  "acid   indigestion."  Acid stomachs are dangerous "because '.:'too much acid irritate the delicate lining of ; the stfojnach, often  leading to gastritis i; accompanied".- by  serious . stomach''ulcers. Y Food ferments and sours, .creating, the distressing gas -which^istends" the stomach and hampers the normal functions  of the vital internal organs, often affecting the heart.  It is the worst of. folly-to neglect  such a serious condition or to treat  with ordinary' digestives "aids which  have no neutralizing effect on the  stomach acids. Instead get from any  druggist a few ounces of Bisurated  Magnesia and take a teaspoonful in a  ^'-Wei*'-*.  ^w  .���������������������>������,��������� .-*,-������ s*s"*5*>-:J.������..'-* *fjf/*>jr^l^1q*M3^������^K>J!J3g.^-a������.<.raa^  KSt^l^o^aSr>SrSto ea������l C***��������� <*. ������������������ '������ ^.uebird mod*, caps f^ned pf black satm with smocK,���������  ing. This" will. drive the gas, wind  and bloat right out of the body, sweeten the-stomach neutralize, the excess  acid and prevent its formation and  there is no sourness or pain. Bisurated Magnesia (in powder or tablet  form���������never liquid or milk) is harmless to the stomach, inexpensive to  take and the hest Corm of magneslea.  for stomach purposes. It is used by  thousands of people who enjoy their  meals with no more fear of indigestion.-  fn tiny steel beads is this bit of millinery  Band Instruments Wanted  World's Climate Changeless  Has  V.    N\     BJ.    1-SI.7  Been     Maintained     Ever    Since  Earth Was Formed  Tho   first striking fact Jn thc  geological history  of climate  is that tho  present climate'of the world has been  mad n tain cd    pinco    the    elate    of    the  MLi'lient,    unaltRrod    sedimentary    deposit h,     Tho oldest sandstones of the  Scotch Highland's  nnd    the    ISnglish  Lexijs'mynelB Hhow  that    in    pre-Cam-  hi-Jan  tlm*ns  the wlntlH  had the same  Htn'-n^Lh,   tlio   raindrop a   were   of  the  ^iw1 hI/.p, nnd liu>*y Oil with the mime  force'   *!k������   at   thft   prenent   clay.       The  tn 1-tin vUmntti of  H10  world   haw been  sad rly   cr*ri.-**r������nt,  though     thnm    havo  h*?e������n   3*o*f.-al  vHriallrm-j which  have led  r.o  the-- rlf-velopmwnt of ghneclerH  in ro*  vrlfi i*y,  now   lce*>   t'n-t*.  ;il   vfirlfMiH   pointh  in   rati j?*?olo������|r:al   ann-le,       Tluit   there*  h:t-i   t,������-e.-*n   air   i>roi'v*"Hh\vi":-   cIiIUJuk   0.  ihe '*.'*rih fclno-rt ������11 rj dafe of tt Im oklr-vil  kno'wn rf^dlmftiitary roclcs Ih ^hceewii hy  lue-.-sr   \tthu\i>K\nu]   fiifirnclrt-H,   titui   l������y  \h<-   rfy-������,irri'!rir*o   of     i',l,i<'tH\     rt'-jtovlLs,  ���������������>������*!(!" 0.   v,\i\c}\   vrt-rn  |[dr| cloww HC low  l.e*'./i"|!!! t-41. l������ii<irvj������l); r.i 1 row**houi ^ei-oioj-l.  1.iii \kJ4K',        el (. 1 Iji ...li*.,      lie     \m*J     iilllil'.it  Krnlc,*! fi''OlOKB"fi.S Survc-y.  Salvail-on Arfny at Rcgina to Organ\xt.  a Boys' Band .  The    Salvation   Army is forming a  Junior Boys' Band at Regina, and are  sending  out  a  call for  brass  instruments.      The purpose is to    form    a  band of boys, thirty strong, who will  eventually be promoted to the senior  organization as "they  grow older and  gain more experience.     It is believed  that in numerous towns and villages  and favm* homes there must be many  brass Instruments that are not heing  used.      The Salvation Army requests  that these bo  sent along, no matter  what condition they  may be in,  and  good use will be made or same.     Any  persons who  may not be  willing  to j  donate  instruments  might  write 'the'  BalvaLion Army, quoting   tho   lowest  figure they would be willing to accept,  .Any town council or municipality having Instruments  could not  do better  than put them  lo this use.      Instruments enn be sent by express to Adjutant.  C. II.  Tutto,  Salvation Army,  20S4 Ki, John HI:., Uegina, Sask., or to  Wm. T<\ GiiHcolgne,    Bandsman,    1805  Victoria Ave., IlogJna,  IVJay   Appoint   Ram   Grad������r  Alberta sheep breeders fell Tn line  with those of Saskatchewan and the  Eastern Provinces at their anmtal  meeting in Edmonton, recently, when  they decided to ask the Federal Government to appoint a ram grader to  grade the pure-hred rams brought in  to the annual fall * sale. Although  this will not mean that all the pure-  i bred rams offered for sale in the province will be graded, as ia now being  done in the Matltimes it is a step forward in that direction.  Animal Freak is Found  Zoologists al-e trying' to classify &'.  peculiar form of animal life found in.  upper Niagara River.-- The; freak is  twelve Inches long!. The fore part of  the body resembles a lizard, while the  hind pairfc looks like a flshr" The  mouth is Hke that of a catfish. The  animal is of a Bpotted brown color  and has a smooth skin. It has four  legs, the feet heing formed like human.  hands, but wlth.jmly four fingers.  TBhe ears have four lobes, with a tuft  on each lobe.  Three of a Kind  IVpinU-r DunnhiK, of Saskatchewan,  wiih born In Lnlnowterahire, KnKland;  IPrefcmior Oliver, of British Cotusiibla,  wiih horn Jit lii-rbyMhIre, England;  I-r-cvmlrr <!i'0P)itle"M, r>C Albcrln, wa������  Hiorn In FJnfKilnnlif.ro, Knglftn-J, If  ililirt .huu. not <-H<-ouruKe ImmlpjraUon  leUlil      Ylle-,"... li,     I.A     lit*.     CriXUttXUlUU      tlk..^t.,  what: wtll? Toronto TSItm  WARNING!    Say  f'Bayer,,,  when you buy 'Aspirin'.'  Unless you. sec the name' "Bayer" on -tablets, you are  not getting Aspirin at all.   Why take chances?.  Accept only an "unbroken package" of "Bayer Tablets of  Aspirin," which coirlains directions and ilosiL- worked c^uit hy  physicians dining 22 years and proved safe by millions for  Colds ���������      Headache Rheumatism  , Toothache Neuralgia Neuritis  Earache Lumbago      "   Sain, Pain  will l*e Mtpinp'ti}  wllli. thwlr KeueWnU tvn-sl- niui-fc, tlio  m S'BCB 2SEVEEW* CKESTON, B. Cm  i  &������ststip3fioir  Don't let constipaticfl poison your blood  aad curtailyourehergy.  If your liver and bowels^,  don't work prop  (CARTER'S  ������rly   take  CARTER'S  little SLlveff  PISts today  and   your  trouble will   be relieved.   Por   dizziness,  lack o  appetite, headache and blotchy  skis  try them.   Purely vegetable.  SaaU _*.ll���������Saa.m3~\ vote���������Small rsis^  The. V-Wm* K/^.l, C.^.n  in    Early    Days   Watchmakers    Used  Prg's Bristle  In thfe early days of ���������watch-making  science had not yet developed steel  sufficiently to be made a part of the  timepiece's delicate .mechanism. It  -was therefore' given to ��������� one of --. the  commonest of barnyard animals-*-*-the  pig���������to make an' important contribution to the science of horology. - The  first hair spring* was actually made  from a hog's bristle, and it worked  very well indeed, and also served to  demonstrate the- correctness of the  principle involved. TJie next step  wis the substitution of si steel spring,  and this ied to the development of  the coiled hair spring which'is in'use  in the modern watch.   ' r.  WOUJ) HAPPENING^  BRIEFLY TOLD  A.-new judicial district, which will  be known as th������ judicial district of  Assiniboia, has been created by an  order-ln-nouttcil. - " ~  Charles Totfa, of Boston, who eX-  peCtS   tO .SWiii*  tha   XDugiigh, whaZinel   xtx  August, has engaged passage on the  Winnifredian, sailing for Liverpool on  July 6. -    , * \   m        .   -  - Preparations are being made by  thej University of Saskatchewan to re-  giimo this summer its field work on  the soil survey of the province which  was commenced a year ago.  The Canadian Government steamers  Stadacona and Armentieres, tied up  In idleness at.Esquimalt foi! many  months past, are offered, for "sale by  V.UU      A^*k>A&kJU.������VM      VetVtf  ^l.uUJLOa������e>  Two marine officers and a marine  private > were instantly killed at Quan-  ticor Va., when, two airplanes in battle practice. Jocked wings in the ah*  and plungedYto the ground. '     '���������**P"PY'  The Alberta Teachers' ���������������������������������������������Alliance op-  yposed  the  practice- of  school/boards  receiving    appli cations    for    teachers  -and holding position open for the lowest bidder,  in aresolution passed at  tbe conference held at Calgary.  The shipping crisis in Italy has resulted in the tying up of 152 -vessels  ���������of a total tonnage of 7a0,755.. There  are 50 vessels at Genoa, 27 at Naples,  18 at Venice, 16 at'Trieste and 10 at  Tesia.     - "-  Captain G. SI "Little and Sergeant  ���������James 1~. Johnson,* army fliers from  Kelly Field, San Antonio, were killed when the airplane in which they  were flying went into a nose dive at a  '.height of about 10Q feet.  Hazrat Mohani, president- ol the all-  India Moslem League, and who headed the separatist movement in the  last Moslem Gongress, has been ar-  Tested at Cawnpore on a charge of  - sedition,  A conspiracy among Russian monarchists in Central and Eastern Europe to kill Nikolai Lenine if he dares  to step outside Russia, is Bald by secret service men at Riga to have had  . more or less of a /bearing on the fact  that Lenine did not go to Genoa to  ��������� attend the economic conference.  A call tp Canadians living in Neytr  "England to return home aud help in  tlie building up ot their own country  ' in the period 'ol' after-war reconstruction, waa made by Ljiuce J, Luguu,  member of the Canadian Parliament  for Cumberland County. Nova Scotia,  addressing a Canadian night meeting  In Symphony Hall, Boston, unclet-. the  auspices oi tho local organizations.  DACCIDiy OTtfTD 4U17M IIIIPP  IVOUJUliE   1UUA VIT11 mrL  She  not -look so young and  'stt*-������- as she used to.  If her cheeks  may  1-xiii.i.y  ~  are hollow and pale, if she is tired  an-crtiervous, her system needs" a*good  regulating with X)r. Hamilton's Pills,  a real medicine that is noted for^ restoring the.JMoom of health to sickly  girls and women. Dr. Hamilton's  Pills tone up, the entire system. Complexion quickly becomes rosy, s-oirits  rise, strength increases daily.'Health,  vigor and good looks will soon return  to a faded woman, if she uses Dr.  Hamilton's Pills. Sold everywhere,  25c per box, or from the Catarrhozone  Co., Montreal.  If the patient has faith in the doctor, should not the doctor trust the  patient? That's why some doctors  die poor.  NOTHING T0"EQHAL  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  Mrs. Georges Lefebvre, St. Zenon^  Que., writes: "I do not think there is  any other medi cine, to equal Baby's-  .Own Tablets for little ones. I have  used them for my baby and would itse  nothing:.else."' What Mrs. Lefebvre  says ���������; thousands of other mothers say.  They have found by trial that the Tablets always do just what is claimed  for them. The Tablets are a mild but  thorough laxative which regulate the  bowels and;sweeten the stomach and  thus banish indigestion, constipation,  colds, colic, etc. They are sold by  medicine dealers or by mail at 25 cts.  a box from The Dr Williams' Medicine  Co., Brockville, Ont.  Far Infants and Children  In Use For Over 30 Years  Always bears  S^crsia.tsssc cS' ^t^  London's House Shortage  Peculiar Stories Told in Court by  Homeless People  Remarkable stories - concerning the  house shortage sn London were told  in the Bow Street County Court during^  the hearing of a batch of possesions  summonses. One man said he had  packed his family in one room while  he slept in a shed in the garden  throughout the winter. A woman  said it was now customary to read the  obituary notices and then enquire at  the house whether the death meant  accommodation for- a lodger.  Another man told the court he had  been married two years, but had  never lived with his wife because  his landlady refused to have her in  the house. A new-employment for  commercial travellers was revealed  namely, seeking houses and rooms  for clients on commission.  As a vermifuge an effective preparation is Mother Graves* Worm Exterminator, and it can be given to the  most delicate child without fear of injury to the constitution.  Unique Wedding Gift  The Slovaks of the Batchka district  of Jugo-Slavia, in accordance with  tradition, plan to present King Alexander with a shirt woven of pure gold  and silver threads on the occasion of  his marriage to Princess Marie of Rumania.  Bye Dress, Skirt  Or Faded Curtains  In Diamond Dyes  Each package ot "Diamond Dyes" eon-  tains, directions so simple any woman* can  aye   or  tint  her worn,     shabby     dresses,  starts..-waists, coats,  stockings,- sweaters,  .coverings,     draperies,     han sings,    everything, even if she has never dyed before.  Buy   "Diamond   E>yes"���������no   other   kind���������  then -  perfect    home    dyeing  is   sure  because Diamond  Dyes are guaranteed not  I to  spot, fade,  streak, or run.       Tell your  I drug-gist  whether  the  material   you   wish  | to  dye  3a  wool  or  silk,   or -whether it  is  linen, cotton or mixed goods.  A Kecord Casting  The largest iron casting ever made  in Great Britain and one of the largest ever produced in any country, was  recently turned out'in a British factory. It weighed about 110 tons and  the mould was built in a 16 foot pit.  Seven hours were occupied in melting  the' metal', and the casting was poured in just^ under five minutes. Three  Greeks were occupied in cooling the  casting. Owng to its enormous size  and weight the casting' had to be delivered by road, six traction engines  being used for haulting it.  Hoarseness Rubbed Away  h~r  ~~J  *1VI I U1UV  _ Changeable weather causes congestion   and   BA\-i'tx fttmrtr,*        rn'h'������  txSrvrt^S   ot������i*������+  trm-rmm     MUM     xi-trXx-     Uu. V/Uk. ���������. XXXr     XJJXJVAVA.    XXXlxSD.  be drawn from the inflammed part,  and this is speedily done by applying  Nerviline. The beauty of Nerviline  is that it penetrates quickly. It is  not-oily and every drop sinks right in.  It draws out the inflammation, eases  the pain, makes the chest and throat  well QUicklyr- For relieving coughs^  colds, hoarseness, Nerviline is the  proper remedy. Thousands say so.  Large 35c bottles sold everywhere.  Fine Instinct  "It" seems to me," remarked the  customer, as she watched the assistant trim the slice of ham she had  bought, "you are wasting a good  deal of that meat."  "Not at all, ma'am," he said genially, "I weighed it first."  Miller's Worm Powders destroy  Worms without any inconvenience to  the chiid, and so effectually that they  pass from the body unperceived. They  thoroughly cleanse the stomach and  bowels and leave them in a condition  not favorable to worms, and there will  be no revival of the pests.  means, \ j  _ .giwe&fr&ordinarca healirui \\  & i sbia-fftirifgmg powers fo i  e~~~i*.  DA. Poincare's Favorite Game  When the cares of hijg office v.-cl-g'i  heavily upon him, M. Poincare, th-i  prime minister of France, HikIs  greatest consolation in his favorite  game���������dominoes 3  The premier takes the keenest delight in opposing M. Millerand, the  president, or Marshal Foch, and the  three great men have spent hours  on end fighting mighty battles at  the game. M. Poincare's skill seems  little less than magical, and even  Marshal Focb.rs knowledge of strategy does not save him from defeat.  The Oil of Power.���������It is not claim,  ed for Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie Oil that  it will remedy every ill, but its uses  are so various that it may be looked  upon as a general pain killer. It has  achieved that greatness for itself and  its excellence is known to all who  have tested its virtues and learned by  experience.  Might be Useful  Thomas, the cartoonist, suggests a  new    speedometer   for speeders.    On  the dial, plainly indicated, the arrow  advances in the following order: Fine,  Jon, ucspucal auu morgue.���������-From  the  Ottawa Journal.  ever  \   Same Old Stuff  She.���������Am I  the  only girl you  loved, Joe?.  Ke.���������Oh/ I should say not,  but iny  taste-has been improving right along.  For years I haA*e never considered my  stock of household remedies compLete unless a bottle of Minard's Uinlment was  included. For burns, bruises, sprains,  frostbites or chilblains it excells, and I  know of no better remedy for a severe  cold in the head, or that will give more  immediate relief, than to inhale from the  bottle through  the nasal organ.  And as to * my supply of veterinary remedies it is essential, as it has in very  many instances proven its value. A recent experience in reclaiming what was  supposed to be a lost section of a valuable cow's udder has again demonstrated its great worth and prompts me - to  recommend It in the'highest terms to all  who have u herd of cows, large or small,  I think I am safe in saying among all  tiie patent medicines there is none that  covers as large a field otf usefulness as  does Minard's Liniment. A real truelsm-  good foi*  man or beast.  CHAS. K. ROBBINS.  ,Chebog*ue Foint,  One reason why some people never  do much good is because they are unwilling to do a little at a time.  1LM5 lliai!  f IJ  Not Walk a Mile  WILLIAM    GRAHAM   SHOUTS   THE  PRAISES   OF    DODD'S   KIDNEY PILLS  Maxine  Elliott is now the only actress  whose  name   is  borne  by  any  New York theatre.  An Oil Without Alcohol.���������Some oils  and many medicines have alcohol as a  prominent ingredient. A judicious  mingling of six essential oils compose  ���������Di\ Thomas' Eclectrie Oil, and there  is no alcohol in. tt, so that its effects  are i a sting.  Keep your store of smiles, and. your  kindest thought, for home; give the  world only those you have to spare.  l������j,i.i,ci:u.li.eui:iu:ii,.i:  xrxqrn  mat/L Gfi������t~~  frpm.:.  The delicioixs, crisp drajxulea  .'.'.   b������ .the "wheat and'."barley food. ;  Grape-Nuts  contain all the natural ixp-biiildrr-  ind values of the grains, indiiiiinjj  mineral salts so essential to health.  A food etQially well suited to the  requirementa of young and old.  Theres a Season for Grape Nuts  Sold "by grocer* ev������rywh������������T������s  H  Hurt in 1919 He Searched in Vain for  the Remedy He Needed Till He  Started     to     Use     Dodd's     Kidney  Pills.  X-indsay, Ont.���������(Special).���������Mr. William Graham, who lives at 162 Queen  St. here, is shouting the praises of  Dodd's Kidney Pills, " And when he  tells the reason why the story is truly  wonderful,  "I was hurt in 1919, Mr. Graham  states, "the nerves in my left leg and  arm. were paralyzed. I was in such  shape I could not walk a mile. I  could not go out at night as I would  be sure to fall over.  "I tried eleven doctors and used different liniments hut got no benefit  Then I started to,use Dodd's Kidney  Pills and they did me a lot of good.  Now I can walls fifteen miles. I recommend Dodd's Kidney Pills to all  sufferers."  Dodd's Kidney Pills put the kidneys  in shape to strain all the impurities  out oC the blood. That means pure  blood. Pure blood means good circulation and that means new strength  carried to all parts "oC the body.  Ask your neighbors if Dodd's Kidney Pills do not make strong, healthy  kidneys. Y '  Examining Fabrics by X-Rays  Can   Test  Fibre   in Automobile  Tires  by this Process  X-rays have  been   employed in recent  years  for many other  purposes  than that of examining _the tissues of  tne  body.      They have "been employed. in the examination of metals and  of manufactured articles such as aeroplane parts.      One of the latest aid  most interesting applications is in the  testing of   the   fibres   of   the   canvas  used in the  manuf^pture of pneumatic motor" tires.     "in order to give a  distinct   X-ray  photograph   the   yarn  or canvas must he    soaked,  in    very  dense" materials "which absorb' the X-  raysd*   This treatment is apt to damage the fibre, but a British company  has    managed,    after    many    experiments, to produce    a    solution    with  which the material can be impregnated without any deterioration.    The X-  ray examination shows the extent to  which the warp and the woof stretch,  and~   it   also   reveals the changes in  structure and ih strength    which    a  canvas undergoes when-soaked in rubber solution.      By means of this highly  scientific treatment It is possible  to determine how tlie canvas should  be    woven    to    remain    square    and  strong.  BEAUTY OF THE HSKIN  '* *b? na*ar*al desire of eyery -vroj-xmn.  ���������anea   is- obtaina"ble   by  the  use  of Dr.  Chase's Ointments JPimples blsciiicsads  "JSljnesa and "rednessT"of 7 the tsiSj.'  lrrttafJott   and   eczema  dirsappear.  aaci  xvf f^1? l������3oft soft, smooth and velvets-.  All de3alers. or Edmanson, Bates <fe Co.,  Limited, Toronto. Sample free if you  mention thia paj>er.  Air Line Between  New York and Chicago  Plan    Pro video   for   Two    Pianos   to  Carry 200i Persons  Daily flights between New York and  Chicago hy aeroplanes carrying hun-  dredB of jyersoriH will be inaugurated  soon, according io (innouncement hy  Mrs. Edith RoclteColler-McCamtlck.  Mrs. McCormiolt natd that she,"became interested in the plans for the  air lino two years ago, They provide  for two passenger planen costing $2,-  O0t>f000 each with u capacity of 200  peroouB and 25,000 , pounds- of extra  freight. Tha New York-Chio������go trip  Jo expected to take ton hours.  Another British Trade Ship  Some time ago arrangements were  completed for the building of a special vessel to act as a floating exhibition of British manufactures. For  various reasons the voyage of this  has been postponed for a year or two.  Meanwhile a large Brltsh liner has  been acq.uh*e&. for the purpose of being converted into a trade ship. The  cabins will be used for the accommodation of the representatives; and the  holds and other portions of the vessel will be adapted for exhibition purposes.  CATARRH  Catarrh ie a. JocaI disease trreatly influenced  by constitutional conditions. HALL'S CA-  TATlttH MEDICINE is a Toitic, taken in-  ternally, and net a throuali the blood upon the  mucous surfaces oi the system. HALL'S  CATARRH MEDICINE assists 'Nature h������  restorins normal  conditions.  AU DruBn-lst"*.      Circulars free.  F. }. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio,  TlieOnly Remedy  Says Tills Doctor  "The treatmen tor akin dtaeuisei-i (������et������inB>  and diseases of the cc&lp ia known to be  difficult." write* Dr. W. L. Randolph.  " However, there- is one remedy that <j  known to be entirely dependable in thia  distresxlnc and troublesome disease.  I  refer to D. D. D. Prescription."*  .t yon, have never tried D. D. D. fbr alrtn dts-  ������"*!��������� wl������*tJ������er������ small spot, or -whether one of  the dreaded Sssssb���������the torment off ecze*aa or  the hard scaleaof psoriaslt���������������et a bottle at once  on-anr-ruasranteethatlf it -doesn't relieve you  your money w-tu be refunded.  4>.M a bottle.  Try D. D. D. Soap. too.  .      . Ta mMmmtamiitra tsW~-mr~~~~W-wt~  ���������<T|WHMMsMI   f^fergJWIfS^wES^B  mmwS^mm^L    CV^RAm������A&   J*i^ySjF*9fl������s3?S^4_IB5^S  li you cannot call at a loc-n.1 doalcr'a  writ-ei to the D.D.33. Laboratories, l'.>ej>t.  W U-76, 27.Lyall Ave.,, Toronto, nnd thoy  will send 5rou free trial bottle if yon *.u-  closo 10c, which merely pays tor postatrw  and packing.  m~_���������      ���������      ���������  .'Y .������������������'..' -.--���������"���������"��������� .".?���������   MONEY ORDERS   A Dominion  Express  Money  Oid*r tor  dollars costs three  cents.  UTS  Arrogarace dims the*lu8tro of the  most tnilltant intellect and dulls the  edge of tlio -sharpest,wifi  Mlnard'o L.lntm*ent R-oli-evea *MeuralQla  Men ar������ aavod from many a HtHe-  noss and tradiLional slavery by look-  t������K away from themaclvea.  ..m... ,,. iu. .ia,. iie.e...M.e.ii.Bwii.ii ������wttMii.,������ilii.;i>.Jee<JI.I>el.M*^*,������,K������JU>.lei>������*  A HtLle bit oE patiences malcca Hie  ounahltie come, and a little hit of love  armlios a very happy home.  MRnarvT*    Uinlment    frtr    mmtn    *n\t*ry.  whene  Nlohf ������intl IMIorttlMjj������  v>bb. if they Tire, Itcfi.  Smart or Burn, if Sore,  Irritated, Inflamed ot  1 Granuttited.ueieMwrljie  often. Ooothatt, ISetrathos. Safe for Infant  ervr Arlntt. At all Dr������i0n-lsti*i������rid O^tlclai-eiHt.  Wcltee/orFifM Eyo^DoolciUiUt Cm ma. a, Okm  BELTING FOR SALE  All klnede of heltlnoe new mid oiod,  shipped subject to approval, I inch 4 ply  new rubber belting; fruartvnteiid <iualiiv.  twenty oeeu.s nor foot, nil others at lowest prices iu Canada. VORK HKUTlaS'tl  CO,, 116 York St,,  Toronto. Ont.  Amerlca"������  Pkmeesr  Dok Ri^cnfrdlejJi  BOOK  ON  DOO   BiyEAREfl  and  Uow   to  Fe������d  Mailed   Free   to any  Addresn by tlie  Author  H.   CI.AY   CSl.OVFell  ���������  CO..   INC,  IM     West      Fovtrtl.  Street.  NVw   Vork,  U.K. A.  Syots'������ fMim Rodl, Vmnpamil  J~m*t*ft. ralfetm-requjattnti  mtdtcnin*. Bold In tur*������ tliM  -griMS ttl strsnttli���������No.   t. It)  BotA by sll Anstlists, or ti-n.  mmptud tsts rwealpt of T������Tlf������.-  ITi-ses     nsmpUlat.       Address i  ,tt-tt, cook ~t.mmcMt- cttJ  Tojoarceiir. item-m wittw.y  m 0 e. 40  W.   Mf.    O.    141t ZZB  IHE   CBESTCTS   BEVIEW  M\  ���������p  mmm mm  Tan do re  fnr   Siiimninnr  TENDERS will lie   s-ec'eiyed    up   to  Tuesd������iy^   Mav I6bh. 1922   for stump-  inc. grubbing  and burning alt stuiups  and roots on the right of   way of the  above road fi-pm  the Canyon Pot-thill  Road, extending 3960 feet easterly by  40 feet wade.    Work to be com tnenceti  within ten days after acceptance, and  completed .to the   satisfaction   of   the  undersigtfed  on or before August 1st,  1922.    The   lowest,   or anv tender, not  necessarily accepted.  J. D.MOOKE  General Foreman,  Kaslo, B.C.  THE GRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday,at. Oreston* B.C.  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance.  $3.00 to U.S. points. f  C.: F. Hayes. Editor and Owner.  CRESTON, B.C.. FRIDAY, MAY    5_  throughout the life of   the present  generation at least.  1  1  -Z-rrorsebtas impression  T������F? 'N'OTIGEz  USE AND STORAGE  Take notice that Canyon City Lumber Company, Limited, whose address  is Oreston/B.C., will apply for a  license to take and use of Ten (10) acre  fo;.**- and to store Ten -flO) acre feet of  water out of North Branch of Floyd  Creek, which flows south and drains  into Goat River about one mile from  dam, The storage.daen will be located  at the Company's mill on Lots 200 and  210 of Lot 812. The capacity of the  reservoir is about Three (3) acre feet,  and it will flood about three-quarters  acres of land. The water will be  dammed in the stream at the Coin  pany's mill, and will be used for mill  pond, steam and domestic purposes  upon the millsite, 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 this notice and an  application pursuant thereto and to  the Water Act, 1914. will be filed in  the office of the Water Recorder at  Nelson, B.C. Objection to the application may hie filed with the^ said  Water Kecorder, or with the Oonip  trolter of Water Rights. Parliament  Buildings,Victoi"ia. B.C.. within thirty  days after the first appearance of this  notice in a local newspaper.  CANYON CITY LUMBER  COMPANY, LTD., Applicant.  ,,By CHAS. O. RODGERS. Agent.  ThM date of, the  first publication of  this notice'is .April 21. 1922.  In less than   two months the big  brown tent will be up and Creston's  second summer   Chautauqua   will  be under  way.    Dae to   times not  being quite so  flush as   a year ago  doubts  are being expressed   as   to  the big  six-day entertainment feature breaking even financially.    To  cope with just   the   situation    the  Chautauqua management are send  ing along the best  list   of lecturers  that have ever  toured the   Dominion and at the old  price of a season  ticket at $3 for the twelve performances not many   can  afford to miss  this splendid midsummer session of  education and   entertainment��������� and  still greater would be the pity if the  children  were   denied the pleasure  Chautauqua brings them.    Outside  of the excellent picture theatre  the  town boast8, Chautauqua is   about  the only  linking-up   Creston    gets  with some of the better things that  are  offering   in   both musical   and  literary lines, aaid even if some real  self denial be    required    to   ensure  the price of   needed    tickets,    such  sacrifice" will not be regretted after  Sditob. Review.;,  Sir,���������A number of peopl# are under the impression that the prize being offered- for. the Amateur Competition in connection With the .big  baseball conceB'tls^oing to be'award-'  ed to the baseball team, regardless of  the merit of: thej.r act. We wish to  correct this impression, and to do it in  a most emphatic manner. The judges  will not be chosen until the Monday  preceeding the concert, and will have  definite understanding .that the baseball team are competing on their merits. Their act %vill be a good one, and  will take a lot^pf beating, but the  baseball boys are good sports and will  accept defeat gracefully, should a  better act than their be presented.  R.B. STAPLES, Manager.  fliU(f&"   iiilu uuv  i  TOURIf^ZwitliStart^m^.$737.5^^^^  TORPEDO " Z'Z   ... 696.55  ~UGH^D  Drop in and make arrangements for your new car-  will give terms to reliable partis  For an economical and first-class   job. of  iring we guarantee it.  Creston Auto  ���������1* Supply  JR: S; BEVAN, Prop.  CANADIAN  Hii *w    JmmJ+-rSimi    %mj LMsLm4k0j~.-j-a.ijg UC������  to history. Variety is the spice of  life, and certainly as to the entertainment factor Chautauqua supplies the highest quality at the lowest possible charge. Start ihe^  youngsters in right now hoarding  up the price of their tickets���������it's  the^biggest aud best dollar savings'  investment they can possibly make.  Bemral Change  m s  Effective Sunday, April 30, 1922  Times-^for trains at Ores ton will be:  WESTBOUND, Daily, Wn.B7, 3,23 p.m.  i EASTBQUHD, Daily, Ho. B8,12.35 p.m.  Trans-Canada Limited��������� Nob. '  aud 8, all Standard Sleeping  Cars, between Montreal. Toronto and Vancouver, will be  resumed. First train leaves  each of these points May 21st.  Soo-Paei������ie Expre**���������Trains 13  and 14, between St. Paul and  Vancouver, will   be   resumed.  First  through train from St. .  Paul and Vancouver June 4th.  " For  further  particulars  apply   to  any Ticket Agent:  J. E. PROCTOR  District Passenger Agent, Calgary.  While ample   attention is these  dSys   being,  paid   by pulpit, press  knd the^pubiie generally   as to the  W-Hs tha������ beset   the   ballroom,   it  woiild yet appear that dancing has  at least, one   redeeming Feature in  that it provides considerable  exercise for the  pedal extremities of its  deyotees.:   A Swiss statistician has  just  discovered   that the   average  fox trotter travels  about   one mile  iu ten minutes, while in the case"of-  other dances a couple   will readily  ccver a mile   in   twenty   minutes.  He figures   that   at   the   average  dance  which   lasts  from 9   till 3,  with an hour   taken   for supper,  a  dancer   will    snake   -45,000   steps,  amounting to a   distance of almost  20   miles.       The   Review doeB not  vouch for  the   accuracy   of   these  figures���������particularly    aa     to    the  grand total of steps taken���������but any  of the doubters are quite  at liherty  to count  them   for themselves the  first opportunity that offers.  Wjfi~.i4.6lof  *. * ���������  Intended:for April si Review.  Mr. Shiugsley of Jaffray, who recently purchased a Mock of land from  M. Wigen. near the Ogilvie place, arrived this week with bis'family. He is  the new manager-.of the Co-Operative  Trading Counpany store.  A. H.'Piggott left a few days ogo  for''Cran brook, where he starts work  on his annual j:ib of C.P.R. fire patrol.  Mr. aud Mrs. H. Rosindale anctfam-  51 y have'moved into part off the M.  Wigen hoarding house, so as to be  h;-vtidy to the depot for the L>usy shipping season, v  Messrs. Maddisson and Mountford  of Coleman, Alta,, arrived last Week,  and are putting;' in some work on their  ranch near the fi. Williams place.  Mrs. J. J. Grady was a visitor-for a  week with her daughter. Mrs. A.  Hook, at Spokane the latter part of  April.  Mrs. Coekle, ..who has been at Canyon City all winter, returned to  Wynndel a few days ago, and a visitor w.ith her mother. ,Mrs. J. B. Rudd.  fAy,  Penman's  --������������������ii******  toned Mose  ���������the only kind that is knit to form  without a seam  IlfA  IMl  M  Is there any  Meat in  the  House?  Th'\H \b the firat ci mention tluit presents itf+alf  to the honHewifn if an  unexpected viHJtor drops  in for a meal. But why  worry ?  ~~-hamrocR. JB>rartd  Hams and Bacon  Finest   Quality  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  Bologna. &c.  are   'ilvvwyn*   Us   im   fount  hor<*.    In xxifuiUs nothing  qnito equaln 'Bh������mr������ek  products.  ^f^^p  &��������� CO** Lids  Three    cheers    for    our    Wynndel  snhOol te*Hchers.= :i Great praise must  be given Mrs. Broley and Miss Topliss  for the splendid' arrangement of the  ten cent tea that was held in the  schoolhouse on Wednesday, of Easter  week. The roorri was tastefully arranged, being ^elaborately adorned  with drawings of, Easter lillies, while  tiny yellow chicks were tumbling over  the other. Small tables were in evidence in the centre of the ronui, with  two little maids tidily deeked out with  pretty tea aprons at-each table ready  to retUI cups and hand out delicious  nut bread and cake, made hy some of  Wyundel's best cooks. Candy stalls  were set mp at which prettily gotten  up baskets filled with candy were for  sale at prices for 10 to 25 cents. A  splendid lot of gramaphone selections  brightened up the afternoon. The  alf air was a great success throughout,  the intake for the afternoon amounting to $20.65, which will go toward the  school girlH1 sewing circle. On May  2+th there will he another at home for  tho benefit of the school boys* baseball  club.  Those who are waging the fight  against the Oriental, as well as  those who may be more or less  passively watching tlit* Asiatic situation as it effects this province,  read with anything but pleasure  announcement that the supremo  court of Canada had declared unconstitutional a recent law passed  by the B.C. legislature preventing  the employment of Asiatics on contracts let by the government. Canadian law courts having now established that it is legal in employ tho  Oriental it would seem to Follow  that it is t-fpially lawful for tho eel-  ���������Stitial to f������wn his homc-i in lihiHcoun-  try. ������r������d Iwuia-a- tho futility of the  many r-flsolutions that havo been  psitttrcftdl requesting lcpjiflln.itinn d.c������  burring th������ Almond eyed rosirlent  already numbered nmmiWHt ub from  aerpifcrintf land. Tlw stoppii>������ of  further Orie-ntal imnnHVi-tir ri is  fiuifto (po-������ttibl������������������ but tm to the Aimiiibio  mow in fJaimrJm thi** wipit'iiKf nourfc  rttVmu: r������rott,v well (������stabliwh������*n. his  right wn fn fcitiEeri ��������� mnfl, ItUo tlifi  poor, th^y nr*. mire   to   bw with nn  Kaslo has   arranged" for'  its   usual  monster 21th of May celebration���������the  thirtieth in the town's history.  No matter what style of Hose you use, Silk? Cashmere or Mercerised? you will Hnd in Penman's  one feature which never varies, quality.  We offer in the above:  Pure   Silk, from $1.50  Mercerized iii Black, Brown, White and Grey  :. ;...;��������� ���������''���������;;���������-: at 75c. pair  Several lines of plain;. * fc^o^tipii. Hose in the 80 80 80  lirie>s iii ';B^^8^j/^nl^& an<J,YBrown, -at- 35c^  \   , .. y ���������  :-..���������     '������������������)������������������:     ���������*.-!'-'    . ��������� ,     y     ������������������ ���������*.-'   -'���������''.  Children's Hose in Little King Cashmere  Kewpie Mercerized in Brown,, Black and White  Children's iHbse, Black only, sizes 5 to 10, at  ,   35c and 40c per pair.  Peter Pan Cotton for the live hoy who needs  something strong and serviceable.  Men's Half Hose, all wool, in Heather and Silk  at 75c. pair  Greston Mercantile Co., Ltd.  Rich In Butterfat, and from  Tuberculin-tested Cows  7 Quarts or 14 Pints for $1.00.  CREAM FOR SALE  Half-Pint Pint Quart  20o. 35o, BOo.  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables  Sleighs and Cutters.      Team Sleighs  Single and Double Harness and Supplies  Several  Sets   of Second-Hand  Harness  Coal and1 "Wood F,or Sale.  if  McCREATH  Phono SB  Sirdar Ave.  Creston  MOUNTAIN VIEW RANCH  WALTIStt V. JACK SON  LAND FOR SALE  l������mtK������i.Ht  MnIf of Sublot 7-JA, Lot  451U1, bi'Uitf 17 M-f*rf������������ rr������nr������'������ ������������r Imhh.     For  Infornimtlon    apply   Wln<laoi������   Hotel,  I������n������<Htt*i.'(3k, AH In,  LAND  FOR SALE  Irots* f\t  to   W,   Dow'h   A������l<r1ttirtu   to  C*r������"j������ton, f������i"B������|f.������. Anvone l-oiinil trca-  tpHj.ekEhK (sv cnt'liiiK timber -on thiH land  will hc |9r������sM*i.trsi<iM*Kl hy Inw. JOSKPI1  ������*P A RL 11 NO, Muito 1-..   Krlvton   Blk.,  H Intnr m*lrw4, Wlnnififpr, Mnn.  SPEERS HALL for  LodgoB,   Aaaoni^tionci  and   Publto   MootiiiKa  oS every el esoription, -������  Water has boon installed in tho kitohon, and now tables supplied.  Rontalo inoludo u������o of kitclion, diflheR, <oto.  RATES: SS per night;   $4 per^ afternoon* or when  tto lights required.    Special r^tes for Committee Room  \  Apply to Office of STAPLES FRUIT COMPANY, Ltd. V  Local and Personal  The qihu-teriy meeting- of the East  Kootenay Methodist District will be  held at Oreston on Tuesday next at  church, the : sessions to start at 4.80,  following the annual meeting of tbe  various congregations on the Valley  Mi-xhorfist circuit. There will tie at  least four clerical and several law rfel-  egHtes in attendant-e.  Creston's baseball .nine'-will have  their first" real workout on Sunday  afternoon. May *_7tb. at Exhibition  Park, at 2 o'clock, when an ��������� all-star-  nine froth the*"Wynndel and Porthiil  tale nt.. will engage.the locals for a f nil  niae inning encounter.    Although the  Season is a trifle *f?arly yet Creston is  -laying great ball and a first-clusB en-  :ounter is assured.  Mv.  ahd   Mrs. H. Venus, who have  been residents here for   the past eight'  Seph" months in 'charge of Major Mall-  andaine'stanch and luuihei operations,  left at the end of the month  for Pen  ticton, where  they   will    make   their  home in future.      Capt. Venus will be  particularly missed by the 6. W.V.A.  in which he was a. most iridefatigtiable  worker as secretary.  Norsnan Moore of Cranbrook. the  provincial district forester for East  Kootenay, was here on an official visit  the fore part of the week, and until  he secures a successor for Jas. .Long  he is placing James Miner of Cranbrook temporarily in   charge   as   fire  warden for Cieston Valley. During  bis stay he was kent verv b������������������ >"sss'ins  permits to do burning.  Mrs. M. Young who; with the Miller family, have been occupying the  ������. M. Reid cottage on McLeod Ave.,  since her return from England, is this  week moving into the house on a half  acre of the .Edmondson estate, front-  ������ng on Hillside Road- th.. ������,���������..������������������  which was erected some years ago by  Mr. Edmondson, has been quite completely remodelled and rebuilt.  THE   CJEESTOy  BEVIEW  Season for Geese  The worst possible kind of weather  prevailed oh Friday Highfc last with  the inevitable result of keeping down  the attendance at the Ladies* Guild  whisi and dance in the Parish;Hall to  about a dozen tables.- The winners at  whist were Mesdames Putnam and  Erickson, and' Messrs. McEntie and  Hare. After lunch had been served  dancing was in order until almost 2  a.m.  Official notice was* given a few davs  ago the provincial treasurer had extended the time for payment of taxes  at par from April 3(>th until tbe end of  June, after which date interest at the  rate of one pei cent, per month will be  charged.      The    announcement    also  states that  ment is-th   .. ~~.������ .  taxes unless in arrear for'two years.  tho  policy  ssf the govern-  sstit lands shaiS not he sold for  ������mAt\fDhR������G/&TRY&AGr  SEOTION JGO  IN  THE MATTER OP BLOCK 16  of Lot 525, Group 1, Town of  Creston.    Map   6j*3-a,     Kootenay  District.  " Proof haivi ng been fl I ed inmy otB.ce  of the loss of Certificate of Title No..  S57S-A to the above mentioned lands  in the name of The Trustees of the  Creston Congregation of the Methodist Church, and bearing date the  28th April, 1908. I HEREBY GIVE j  NOTICE of my intention   at   the   ex-  Siration of one calendar month. from  ie first publication hereof to issue to  the said The Trustees of the Creston  Congregation of the Methodist Church  a provisional Certificate of Title in  lieu of such lost Certificate. Any per  json baying any information with reference to such lost certificate of Title  is requested to communicate, with the  undersigned.  DATED at the Land Registry Office,-  Nelson, B.C.,  this   ������JQth  day of April,  1922 ���������-���������F-r'-'      -'--      ���������-'-���������;  |[     " E. S. STOKES. Registrar.  Date of firstpublicatioti May 6. 1622.  Residents who can recall Rev. F. L.  Carpenter, who was Methodist pastor  here up till about six years ago, will  be interested to know that his youngest daughter, Irene* has just been selected as May Queen at New Westminster, and will be crowned with all  the flower show splendor fn that city  next month. Mr. Carpenter is now in  charge of the Methodist Church at  Sapperton. -  The Scrapper  Loyal Orange lodge, No. 21195  i Meets THIRD THURSDAY of  each month at. Mercantile  Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  ERIC OLSON. W.M  Shoo and Homeoo  Ropairlng  Men's Half Soles, $1.25  Women's Half Soles, $ 1.00  Guaranteed for 6 months.  Secondhand Store, in connection  with business  .... Herbert Rawlinson makes his appearance at the Grand Theatre Saturday. The vehicle is "-The -Scraper," an  adaptation of R. G. Kirk's Saturday  Evening Post story. ���������������������������Malloy Garnpea-  "The Scrapper** is the story of an  Irishmen who cannot keep from smiling, even in the face of defeat.  The Irish hero has a way of making  love that appeals to women and par"  ticularly to Eileen, his employer's  daughter, but she gives him the pro  |>e������*'quota of slaps on his . handsome  face and keeps, him as well within  bounds as possible.* j  Gertrude Olnastead was Mr., Hen ���������  ley's choice foi*his'leading feminine  role, and it's a true Irish colleen she is  in the story. Miss Oltnstead won  beauty laurels before she went into  pictures. It is certain that the chief  feminine performance will be graced  with charm and loyetiness.  ���������Unusual lighting effects and*photography by Virgil Miller are said to be  a feature of the picture.  President Mallandaine had .a fine  turnout of members for the April  meeting of the Hod and Gun Club oh  Thursday night last, with G. Hendy  doing the secretarial work in the ab-  senc������ of Capt. Crompton.  In connection with the planting out  of celery and wilii rice in the sloughs  on the flats it was decided to go ahead  with a certain amount of rice planting  but celery will not be secured, as the  club is informed that it is of a poisonous nature when eaten as feed by  cattle or other animals.  The   club "is   receiving   complaints  that dogs running at   large   are   destroying deer in   the   Goat. Mountain  neighborhood,    and    the   authorities  will be asked   to see that this is pre  vented as far iis possible.    The Indian  Agent at  Port   Steele   is   also   being  written to   regarding   game   law   en-  forceiueut amongst the local Indians.  The secretary proddced a notice just  received from the chief game warden  notifying that in till court prosecutions  where the infr������rmatif������n   is   laid   by   a  private citizen half the fine  in5posed  ���������will be awarded the  person initiating  the prosecution.  The cl lib went on record as f ayori ng  the extension of - the goose sh ooti ng  season %t<i May* 1st each year. ~Atthe  present time tbe B.C. Reason closes at.  the middle of. December, but U.S.  sportsmen are allowed to kill geese until along into the new year.  Two new mem bers paid the initiation fee and r<vere elected to uaeni heirship at this meeting, and from the  tenor of the discussion at the session  it would look as if 1922 was goingr to be  a busy one for the local fishermen the  trout, season opening on Monday. ,.  We wish  to advise our Wynijde!  customers  that we have made arrangements t^j supply your  requirements in Flour and Feed from * the Wynndel  Co-Operative Trading Association, who will keep  stocks on hand continuously, and all our Wynndel  business will  bareafiter be handled through  them.  GfBSfftft ������psif firnttfiire IBnSnia ��������� *.  ��������������� w������4wn iiuiiiiiiinuio UlIlUlSiLlu  proved.    He may return to  the settlement iu a mouth.  Tbe new nursery stock has arrived  for the area and everyone is now busy  planting apple trees. -  s~. - ��������� '.. f    -  'Mr. Head is a Huscroft resident this  season, as he is handling the sheep end  of the John Huscroft farm.  tn  rjf  Lister  a  RE SPECIAL  TIMBER LICENSES  ������ ������������������  The attention of Timber  JUcense   holders   who   are  taking   advantage    of  tlie  provisions    of    the     1921  ������^*d"jent  to the  FOR-  ^f AOT, whereby arrears  of license fees accrued prior  to   31st   December,   1920,  have been funded and made  payable   in   annual  instalments, is specially directed  to tho fact that any renewal  fee   which   became  due   in  1921 i.H not included rn the  instalments above mentioned, and such 1921 and nil  subsequent    renewal    fees  must  bo  paid   within   one  year after  the date of the  expiry   of   the   license   in  order to maintain thiTYiVta;  of tha holder  to  obtain a  renewal of the license.  Baxter Tnlfc of Newfoundland, who  has been the guest of fata cousin. Jack  Head, the past three months, hat* gone  to Vancouver where he will take up  the seafaring, life.  The regular monthly meeting of the  United Farmers will be held this eyening:, s  Born���������to    Mr.    nnd   Mrs.   Lye,  daughter, on April 28.  Miss Nellie Chalmers has opened a  sewing class at her home for the mem-  bars of her class nt Sunday school It  will be held in the evening of each  Wednesday^  Word has bijen received: here of the  birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs.  Henry Christensen on March the  eighth at the home of her family in  London, Eng. Both are doing well.  Jos. Bell was away from the settlement this month working En Oreston,  Jess Pilmer is also absent, working nt  the Continental mines.  ..At the meeting of: the- trustees at  th e first of- the wesk the tender of Mr.  -Kdltharumer was -accepted for the.  | flooring work at the schoal, whitej  Matt. Clayton was awarded the job of j  ploughing and clearing.  The end of the month saw the close  down of the Canyon City Liiimber Co.  mill, which has -been in operation for  the past four months. Operations  will-not likely be resumed until late in  the fall. '���������*���������������������������'-���������  Canyon Local of the United Farmers meet   in   regular   session   at   the  ���������schoolhouse on Saturday night.  Clifford Vance   is   spending  a   few  days this month at northern Idaho  points, where he is assisting Mr. Asher at evanagelistiu work.  The United Farmer carl oh d of trees  arrived at the end of the week and  just ������t present T. Mawson is the busiest man in the neighborhood looking  after the delivery of them. There are  about 1200 in the lot, quite a few of  whioh are sweet cherries.  Tom Hickey, who completed his fur  buying ti ips ]ateja������t month, bringing  home three horses with hint, is busy  at land cleaving operations on his recently acquired land, and has O. Mc*  Cullough at work erecting a house on  the place. ���������  Axel Bergen is the latest reported  land purchaser, his buy being 20 acres,  purt of which ia the Company hny  land In the neighborhood of the mill.  He will ut once get part of it ready to  set out to orchark.  Otto Johnson and Big Ben havo tak-  | en the lumber piling contract at the   .--     i-t-t*    ������������������������������. vx t.-v   ,x>  Mm. Alexander,   who   hn������   hosts   r   Winlaw mill   at   Wynndel,   and  prairie visitor for the  returned home.  past munch, has  Jos. McGee, who apent the winter  in Vancouver, is back here looking  after the ranch. Ghis Charleson and  Henry Christensen are hack from  working at the Kimberley mine.  Col. Lattttof the lUind Settlement  Board ts a business yisitor hero this  week.  Mr. nnd Mrs. McLeod, if ho hay������  been Hying hero for the pas^ three  years, have moved to thecuaist, selling  practically nil tliolr belottgUngti and  ai^ck. before proceeding.  Mm. A. W. Brain lias been a visitor  to Cranbrook thin week ant? reports  her huubandtt  health considerably Im-   ..,   aro  moving to that potntfor the uummor.  lieslie Mclnnes is aluo with the Winlaw firm, having chargoof the mill engine**.  The Land   Settlement   Board   havo  hud Korvi'vors  at  work   subdividing  that sect Ion of thoh* land holdings iu  the neighborhood ot the cm uvan,  Frank Putnam Is busy here at present on bis twelve acres, ut the corner,  three acres of which are being put Into early potator-H, and at least flvo,  acres wilt be set out to strawberries'  and overbuild irrigation in stalled this  nprhig. h  Tho Cranbrook creamery has com-  m-enoeril operations, but at present la  only turning out ice cream.  hen You Remit Money  For remitting money anywhere Bank Brafts and  Money Orders are without equal for safety aad convenience. If vou wish fes6f������������ ssps^y abroad, buy &  Draft from ihe Imperiai ifenis: of Canada. For sums  up to fifty dollars Imperial Bank Money Orders are  the most convenient as&d ccon^n������caL  IMPERI  8S8  C. W. ALLAN,  CkESTON BRANCH,  Ane  AND nowhere -toes it tell more than.  ������������������r*" in Live Stock.  ������ET us know what you would like  - to do for the improvement of your  stocky and we shall be glad to go into r  the whole question of financing the  plan with you. ssi  ������ CANADIAN BANK  ^H>fVP CAPITAL      W     .        sis ono nom  RESERVE ct i^jrT^ f I2*y99t*p*f  CRE3TONZB^ANCB, C 4 Benaetli Jfenag^r.  The Mechanical Excellence  of Your Gar  depends upon the care it gets.  Let us overhaul ifc> and p?ifc st ia shape for  the spring season.  Authorized Ford Service,    A full line of Accessories,  Tyres, Spare Parts, &c.  We are equipped to do Pipe Cutting and Threading, and  carry a well-assorted stock of Pipe Fittings, etc.  I  ImlDGSA TB BROS.  SERVICE GARAGE  PH&itflE o'J   i  Carloads of Brick  Lime and Cement  ���������First quality products.  ���������Prices arc rock bottom.  ���������Demand is quite heavy.  ���������Order now, and avoid disappointment  Sanyon City Luiiiter ww.$m$  L3 EVICTED  mmm. wHiihenlililii.t.Wlufi M***l^-iraM*ai*i-M,VaBIOTW.Xetffa������KBB.I!*^^  t~ ":**j''V I'*'*������!*#L*#'^.ya!s  Zyy^yyt arms rjsvjl&w. ciibston, ������. CL  Keeps Fresh  audi fragrant  an the Sealed  Package  Britain Pays Again  U.S.  s������  Cure For Hard  r I v ���������������  limes  Business conditions in Canada are not good at the present time,, and,  while this Dominion is probably in better shape than, most countries, that in  Stsel? is poor consolation. Instead of endeavoring to find excuses for present  conditions, the chief business of every individual citizen should be to find a  remedy and effect an improvement.     And the hopeful feature of the situation ]  is that all improvement is not contingent on .-what Governments, Banks and  big financial and industrial corporations may, or may not, do.      Betterments  will be-the result of the actions of individuals.  Somebody made the remark a short time ago that hard times had come.  This is challenged by one of the most widely travelled and best informed  ��������� men. in Western Canada who says that the person making sueli a remark was  in error, and that be should have said "soft times have gone." We are not  .so sufe~ that even this is the correct -way of putting it. "Rather we would  say that too many people are acting on the assumption "that soft times have  come. -  - There is only one. remedy for the existing economic ills from" which all  are suffering, and that is work. Not work by a few, but work by all. Not  a minimum of work, but the full maximum of work of which one is capable.  Not work as it is advocated by the six-to-eight hour day, five days a week,  agitators but work as understood in the biblical injunction "six days shaft  thou labor"���������that is a hard, honest day's.work.  A financial man who recently made an extended trip throughout Western Canada studying conditions, states that wherever he went he heard such  -���������questions as, "What are the banks going to do?." "What are the manufacturer's, the railways, the Governments, the farmers, going to do?" But in  no single instance did he hear a business man or artizan say what I-ITD was  g'oing to do. There is, as this man said, a mighty serious epidemic" ofY'Let  George do it" sweeping the country at. the present time, and many business  anen have the disease in a. more or less virulent form.  Commenting on the situation as this man found il, a writer in one of the  trade journals says: "It has got so that the populaiYindoor and outdoor sport  of today is 'passing the buck,' and yet we are wondering what is the matter  'with business.      We are all waiting for the other fellow to start something,  ���������; and.feel deeply offended when he signals for us to make the first move. '    The  world.haa. grown so used to play that it cannot settle down to work.      The  boss is talking and thinking golf.      In a few weeks he will be playing golf,  and his employees pattern themselves upon him.      The stenographer spends  the best part of her short working day planning what she will wear to the  next dance.      The office boy is wondering how many grandmothers lie will  be able'to safely bury during the baseball season.      It "is" the aftermath of  the boss taking up golf, under the excuse** that he is 'ke.eping "himself: fit to  play more golf." *:;     -'  "There's nothing wrong with'business that I can see/" said this observant  traveller. c'but there is a whole lot wrong" with business men, Too many  people are drawing their pay and their breath, and tha������ is about all they do  draw���������they are trying to look prosperous even if they don't feel prosperous."-]"-'  They are wondering, and waiting, for others to get-busy while idling themselves.  It is well to remember, declares the trade journal from which we have  already quoted, that success comes in cans and failures in cau'ts. There  as only on*** letter between the two, but. ii makes all the difference in the  world as far as results are concerned, and it is results thai count.  The remedy for present hard times, or soft times, is lo get away from  present-day delusions, and to get. back to the good old biblical methods,  namely, hard work, bending the buck, elbow grease and* by the sweat* ol'  brows, coupled with the average amouni-of brains and general thrift, things  will soon right themselves.  The great present-day need is ���������confidence coupled with energy and a will  r.������> d������������. Confidence in our country and in our country's institutions, but  ab-vve- a'H confidence in ourselves. It is time we quit blaming all our mis-  jor".une������ and troubles on ihe war. and afler-war effects. Millions of anen  And wjjiii^n during the war learned *c> look to Governments and semi-government i-n.'Ututions for clothins. food, and the wherewithal to live, This was  inevitable when men were taken from their ordinary avocations for military  R-eaelves Second Insta I Indent for  Silver Bought During War*  Payment of $19,672,500 by Great  Britain aa the second installment on  the debt of $122,000,000 created by the  Government's purchase of silver during;, tho war has been reported by the  treasury of the Federal Reserve Bank  of New York.  The payment consisted of $18,300,-  000 of principal and $1,^2,500 of interest, A further installment of $12,-  200,000 on the debt is due May 15,  which will cut Great Britains debt in  half.   ' -  Under the arrangement for payment  by Great Britain on the silver purchases, the debt will be liquidated In  May, 1924, these payments being entirely apart from the $5,000,000,000 of  war loans due the .United States from  Great Britain.  Rheumatism Is Now  p - ���������"*  Gone And Wellington  UFjaltre   IPCT/^ll    A e   /* _  tt   m       mawmtammtSa  "I heard so many people lelling  what Tanlac, had done for them' that I  tried it in any own case aild I am convinced it is a wonderful medicine,";]  , said David 'Wellington-, a well-known  drug clerk, Harperusa^. Manitoba.  "For five years I had heen.a sufferer from rheumatic ���������-������������������fever... I simply  ached all over from head to foot and  nay-bone's felt like they were going-to  crack. M[y knees were so stiff actually I..used, to walk like I h^-wooden  legs, and I just dragged one foot after  DIGESTIVE TROUBLES  CAUSE MUCH DISTRESS  to  Thin,  your  the other. Everything I ate seemed  to sour on my stomach and I was  bothered a- good deal with backache,  and headaches."  '���������'I began to improve gradually from  the first dose of Tanlac and .kept':it up..  until my stomach was in perfect c$jfo  dition and the rheumatism had left  me. I am in splendid health now  and feel that it is only right that I  should tell my experience so that  others who suffer as L did may know  where they may get relief, too'."  Tanlac is sold by all good, druggists.  Are M early Always Due  Watery Elc^cd  Do y not think that because  stomach as easily upset you are the  victim of some serious malady. One  of the most common causes of indl-  gestiton is anaemia, or thin, watery  blood. In fact it has become .generally recognized that healthy activity  of the stomaeh is impossible unless  the blood is rich and red.  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have been  "found valuable in cases   .of    indigestion,  nervous  dyspepsia and  stomach  weakness,    just    because they are  a  blood builder and nerve tonic.      The  rich, i-ed blood following their use not  only imparts a healthy digestion, but  carries color to the  cheeks and lips,  and gives vigor to the muscles.    One  important  point to  remember is that  Dr.    Williams'    Pink Pills contain no  harmful drugs or    opiates    and    are  thus   to  be preferred  to   preparations  "that merely stimulate for a time.    Before you begin worrying unnecessarily^  about    your    state of health, try the  tonic treatment of Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills.      You will be surprised to see  how rapidly your appetite returns and  your debilitated  system Revives. Miss  Sarah    Farquhac,    North    Brookfield,  N.S., who has proved    the    value    of  these pills in cases of this kind says:  "Por    a    long    time I was a sufferer  from   indigestion,   which     seemed     to  carry with it a complication of other  troubles.'-     Every  meal   brought misery with it", as the eating was followed   hy   severe   pains   in   the   stomach,  causing at times nausea and vomiting,  and at other times an accumulation of  gas  that caused  severe palpitation of  the heart and a smothering sensation.  The result was that my general health  was   seriously   affected  and  the  least  exertion would tire  me  out.      T had  taken much medicine, but did not get  more  than temporary relief    until    I  began using Dr. Williams' Pink Pills,  which 1 took for a considerable time,  with the result that I now enjoy every  meal and am   no    longer    distressed  after eating.      I And myself in every  way    enjoying    better health,  and   I  cU-ocrfuIl;.'   recommend  these"   pills   to  similar sufferers."  You can get Dr. Williams* Pink  Pills through any dealer in medicine  or hy mail at 50 cents a box or six  boxes for $2,50 by writing The Dr.  Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,  On I.  Say Canada is BeSter Market  Conditions Here Much Better Than In  U,S. at Present Y  . N. T. Bowinass, advertising manager  of th-e Toronto Telegram, who returned from an extended visit to a. number of Eastern United States cities,  says that many' American concerns  find sales conditions much, better in  Canada than in the U.S. at pres-ent.  One large firm which uses newspapers almost exclusively in both, countries, carrying space of identical size  in papers oh both sides of the border,  and keeping close check on results,  reports that during the-past year their  sales declined 14r per- cent, in the  United States as compared with, only  6 per cent.-in Canada.  Another firm, manufacturing a widely-known toilet specialty, although  not divulging actual figures, is not  less thoroughly convinced of the superiority of conditions in Canada at  the present time. This concern also  pays scrupulous attention to results,  and it .is as a direct outcome of then-  recent experience that they have recently commenced a very extensive  campaign in~ *.* Canada, using large  space in newspapers and magazines.  Mr. Bowman reports that both agen^  cies and- advertisers in the United  States are -.-'devoting a great; deal'. more  attention to Canada than has been  the case for many years.' '  Ontario  Mineral Production  It is estimated that in the decade's  history Of mining    in    Northern    Ontario, the various   mines    have    con-;  .-x~~.     A-VL-rx ���������  .-..���������     mf.ivii-i *��������� y  rrtrr* r*j\~* AAe\  7o*UjUUV,VWS>  wealth of Ontario.  Chinese 'Guarded- Silk Secret  For centuries after its first discovery China carefully preserved the  secret ol silk culture, and amassed  great wealth by exporting it to India,  Persia and Arabia.  HEART WOULD BEAT  TRIP HAJVSMER  Heart trouble has of late years be-  eome'-very prevalent. -Sometimes a  pain catches you in the region of the  heart, now and then your heart skips  beats, palpitates, throbs, or beats with  such rapidity and violence you think  it is going to burst.  You have-' weak and dizzy spells,  sinking sensations, are nervous, irritable aud depressed, and if you at-  tempt. to walk upstairs or any distance  you get all out 61 breath.  We know of no remedy that will do  so much to make the heart regain  strength and vigor, regulate its beat  and restore it to a.healthy normal condition as will -  MILBU RIM'S  HEART AND. .NERVE-PILLS* .  Mrs. Chadwiek, Delhi. Ont.,Writes:  ���������"I had palpitation of the heart, and  the least exercise, such as going upstairs or up a bill, my heart would  beat like-a trip-hammer and at times  I was dizzy-headed and bad a sinking  sensation as: if my time were-near.  A friend suggested I try Miiburn's  Heart and Nerve Pills, so I procured,  three boxes, and by the time the first  one was used I began to improve: In  all I took six boxes, and now although  in my. 65th.-year I feel like a young,  girl; no dizziness or-heart-thumping.  and ean walk miles without fatiguc  AX time of sickness I weighed 120 lbs.  -uo*?.- I weigh 151).*"  Price 50c a box at all dealers, or  mailed direct on receipt of price hy  The T. Milburn Co.. Limited, Toronto,  Ont.  cpr������'ic*  Bur the* *i5TK������ ka^Jotig since arrived when people must stop leaning  sii-ipi-n-, and musr  r*\r**rt iSteruselv*.*!*** find provide Cor'themselves:    In-  relyfcg on olliors io do for them, Ihey must do. Cor themselves.      In  ili.-y must develop their old'sell'-confldence and set UVwork for them-  ���������Girls attending the San Francisco  high school of commerce have placed  a ban on silk hosiery.  ?f.     'Xl>i'e'3  ������������������a-elv (?*.-;.  I':-?���������';''.   a.i   indi\ idn  eonuriLi.'i.-K-i.**  oi   so-i-siil  ' :?!Xi*'~- .   "Li<-   cni.ir.! rr   -A i >  e������r:.i:������':<v.' !'-,<-u:  YKiWr.t* ih'*se-> iliin������s. and until Ihey learn thtu, ;i.  r.(jf! time's in reallcy means nnrl brings about, hard  ���������illov.'  in. thr' slough  of business depression and   tm-  Asthma Cannot Last when the  greatest of all asthma, specifics is  used. Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma  Remedy assuredly deserves this exalted,title. It has to its credit thousands" ol3 cases which other preparations had Called to benefit. It brings  help to even the most severe cases  and brings the patient; to- a condition  of blessed relief. Surely suffering  from asthma is needless when a remedy like this is so easily secured,  by  CORNS  Lift Off with Fingers  Kitchen  Lore  )ilSI [','���������  t\m   more  und  The'      !i~h|.>r     lln*   |  ; In* Hour is sifted,  f!.E<-e Is d-Mloiou*' boiled  in  inilli  served  with hiiki.ii' and cinnamon.  I Ioi     un.Mweel fined     cocoa    may  us (id   instead of  how Id lug  milk   In.  t cii������|-fi.r(l     for    i'ho.See* .who    prefer  flionolnie- flavor,  Add   a.   le-riHCi-O'On.l'iil   of   baking  r.\'.r     tt.)    '>l<l  pol-.Llo<*:"   whon   thcy  Mothers���������w.a.tch  health.    Prom   the  the age  of  twolvo  Is   established   she  ���������Hucl advice,    Many  your     daughter's  tLme sho  reaches  unti]= womanhood  needs your care  women, have suC-  Still Solvent  The Portrait Artist.���������Yes, I t can  make a- colored crayon enlargeiriejit  of your photograph, but I don't recoin-  mend it.    Hove you ever been, done in  on?'     ; ';. ,;'."���������' '���������"'"  Mr. Newgilt.���������YesY I've- been done  in oil and trimmed in rubber stocks,  but I got money enough leCt to pa>  for that colored crayon picture.  be  cup  the  I0W*  are  TO    tlf    ITIHMl'HMi. il     Will        111H Iff!       tllOITI  iij.*;hl   mul   croiiiny,  A (lei   it   III lit;   Hull   lo  <lif  jir^E'ien i \r\'-,        hn n\ hoif������--rl  ���������-���������jrj-fcj.-s wIm-h Kill on from  <'i-ri.r:i(,������������e*t jind i*lift hIicII  mo������������������"���������'!       er|i5.Kii.il       t Br������*���������  vj n l e-M' when  I'CITH 't'liri-  111 r> w ii i v v, a re  .in ������";u-Sly re-  while   sHfUliiK  fxjenn't hurt u Mr: Drop a  "li'Vi'(*-/',ti,iti" nn an acbintf <:r������*i.i.. Iii.-iliiut* i  ly iir.'J t'i,n\ .-ttop;** luiriinR, itn-n Hhoi*r.< I  ly   you   tin.   It   rb-jht  od   with   ti,.^*;--! n. ���������  Tnil j-.'  Your flni^qhl' hcIIm u   tiny  boli'lc +>t -.  "Fr'ji-nini*"  lor a  f**w   fenr.i, Hiii;5ie*(-i������*j������f  to rf*rnorn ee*-ve>i*i- barri er*r*rri��������� hoI'h rcorn, \  titr run, U*-l.*r*'.i iur, l?.,??. ,\Vrl  t.hf <?'P   '  Husom. without }?oreneHi*. or Errltalfr'cn.  NO    irti*'    SHiPA    ev-etrlure    III.*-    JiKOIiy    of  ri'-rnH  w-Hli   1 Fefj'llow/ay'M <"V).rii   lU'iucfv*^1  af.   hurvd,  to   i'*-bih*������jv������������������<".  ihern.  l-',npt;i,L"-l lee'i.ii :t mill j'.li I tuui:I,*iIr'aIe  hi fiic r������������'i ;*e������ein of Minn Mary Aimtr  |>r.-w.i, a ef:lr>������,li weawnr In Mm* lowii eif  I *,<������������������/,*!it>ui*y, a rn I   who ha;*', s'fscr-ntl.v !������������������������ *m  [  *������|)plllnf (Ml    "������    .|linll������'(*)    Of   the   leeel-tK-**'.  W.  i-i.  *?.   hi?  J MtrMrd'4.  Llnirwrnt   for   fJMri**$,  etc,  Cevod yenrs of ill-health through lack  on such  care dtiiing this time.  Leydia 32. Pinkham's Vegetable  Compound is a splendid medicine for  girls and women. For nearly fifty  yearn It hns been helping mothers  and daughters. J*et it help you and  your daughter.  Hamilton, Ontario,���������"When nay  daughter was thirteen and until Bho  -tun- fifteen Bhe suffered every month  bo that, sho could  hardly move around  the house nnd when  Bhe would have tho  pnliiB Sn fichool she  would havo to ho  car pi eel home, Bo-  Bhle& tho pains and  |the irregularity oho  alRei* "hnd "he nd ache,  Idirasy and fahxt  npellfl, ������n.nd Borincsa  In hnr hack. I Raw yowr '4ta.verl.lBe-  niefinl. In tho "Hamilton Bpcctntor' and  rM Lydia K, Pinkham^ V-ogetablo  ���������ComtKHind for her, Bho d*oea not  linvn 1ho lenral. bit of trouble now,  ainil wb both recommend, your xtnefll-  cine, She- worku Ew -a. enndy-nhop  now and neemn well -and BtronE. 1  ft,\vn- von rmiH'nlHHlon to nubU-sh this  iBl'ldr mm n t<������Btlmon*InV���������Mas, I. V.  r.v.xv*r.. 7(1 Waluut UU,- South, I-latnkl*  S 'totHm OnVuviJth  Artificial Daylight  Surprising    Results   aree   Obtained  Dec of  Special  Colored Glass  One  *ol' the  most  interesting   proh  lems in ilium [tuition is to provide an i  Artificial   source   ol   liglit.   which   will]  exactly   reproduce   ordinary   daylight.'  Such a source ol' light, is invaluable in  the textile industry and Hor the irmK  ing ol' I'abrk-B,      Onn wny of obtaining  the-desired renult js lo niter the light  of an electric or oilier lamp through  special ghiBHes, but a British' inventor  recently   produced  nn other    form    iu  ���������which all  the light is reflected  from  an umbrella shaped reflector on which  patches ol! certain colors are paintod,  All the light used comes from this reflector arid  Ih mod I [led by the colors  to give a very exact imitulion of? daylight."    An Improved form ol! this nrtl-  flcial daylight apparatus hs������H just been  lialenLed.       The  reflector  consists   of  two layers of material perforated" with  holes so that, a    certain    numher    of  spots of tlio colors are exposed.   Radial h trips of ti not hor color arc placed  over tho perforated layers, the whole  arrangement       boltig      mechanically  HtrotiK  and   giving 1Ue  correct areiu*.  of  (lie various  colors, to  provide  urti**  flclttl  dnytighl.  Mr. L, Tt. IJUloflolil, of McNalry  County, Tenn,, has 2M1 direct dnHcen-  duntH, Including 77 grandchildren, 103  great-grandchildren, and 1*1 great-  great-granclclilldrcn, Mrs. iJltleflold  Is <���������)'.! yearn old,  Minard'* Liiifiimcnt for DaridruM  Perk Up and SmOe  '   Blues and Backache Vanish  Torohtb, Ont.���������  "Loss than a year  ago I "was in a very  poor state of health;  my   hack   ached  dreadfully and I  could scarcely drag  ,  myself   around   to  e*/' do my housework.  I started to take Dr.  Pierce's Favorita  ,--67   - Prescription  and I  v tZ cannot praise it too  highly for the gr,eat benefit . I received. The backacho and pains disappeared entirely and I soon was re-.  stored to perfect health. I know that  Dr. Pierce's Favorito Proscription la  tho best woman'a medicine, for nothing ever, helped mc aa much aa this  'Prescription.'" I havo no hesitancy  In recommending It to other wome,a  who-suffer as I did;"���������Mra. Kathleen  WMllhns, 13 Brookfleld St... .  Reap the Reward of  Perfect Health  OrllUa, Ont.���������"I had a "bad caao ol  woman's trouble, suffered: from hack-  noEo, nervousness, and.dlsowtored di-  geatlcui. i bad groat pain all tho  time, sometimes I would faint at my  vvork. I had one physician after another hut thoy did mo no Rood. 1  then took nine hnttloit of Dr, Plerco'a  Favorite* Proscription and it ilxod xno  up all rtaht, T ioolc much bettor and  feel finoAYC will recommend the 'Pro-  ���������scriptlon'\o all Buffering as I did."���������  Mra. Mayhtt.Ilo 13, G-ratrlsc Box 0-10,  Health is'moat Important to ovevy  woman, YouNcannat afford to nceleet  it whon your noinhborliooa tlruBKl;-;t  can aupply yo\^ with Favorllo Proscription In. tahlets or liquid, Thia  Pr-ftsn rip lion !l������ niftd-d 111 Dr. Plnrco'a  Lahoratow In BrlflffehurBT, Out, yotul  10(i ther������ If you wlmla a trial plcic.  z������  ���������M  SSBS  WSMHffl  mni^mmm-kimmmr  ihUi^few&u  -^^���������ffipaPBli^W  IM88S  wmmmmmalimm^mmmmm i ���������  B3SB BSeY3K^8^ffll3SXa^lB.J^  ompuisory Fowers  heat Board  r-  WESTERN  EDITORS  ~max4m  -   h vx   0 n  ���������    'j  ~e%~*AJL%j w auiG  'OtlaXyaJ���������Reeonstituticn ~     pi'       tbe I  'Canadian ^"VVheal  Board, -with compul- j  sory.posers, as requested io r"he mem- !  orandum of" thc  Canadian   Council  or.  .Agriculture"and' pressed' i'or- by -Pro- '���������  gressive    members    of  thc  House oi"  Commons;   is  ultra  vires   the   Parliament oi" Canada, according' to sen opinion by fhe Deputy Minister.of Justice,  33.   L.   Ne-R-combe,*' 'arid 'tabled   in   the  Commons by the Prime Minister, Hon.  W.  J...   Mackenzie  King. ;  Mr. Newcombe, whoso opinion is  concurred ' in by Sir Lomer Gouin,  Minister of "Justice,-vand Hon. D. D.  McKenzie, Solicitor-General, holds  vthat the appointment * or' a "Wlieat  .Board, with'.���������compulsory powers, interferes with the rights- of provinces and  ijot '  individuals:;'audi   -is,;: therefore,  Airplane Badly Damaged  ..agamst tiie provisions oi: iae rsritisn  iKorth America Act, IS.7- Parlia-  ,-;inent,. however, has an Yiindoubted  'fright to, create a" board "with voluntary,  ^powers.  :; - "'It is my opinion," said Mr. New-  combe, in the document tabled  "that'the reconstitution of the Wheat  Board in ihe 'present circumstances  "with the powers conferred thereon by  the. orders-in-co.uncil^is a project constitutionally incompetent to the Parliament of Canada."  The Deputy" Minister" of Justice  - deals .at length^jwiiti the powers  ���������������wHich"^e^:-^b1^etre|d upon the old  ZCanada Wheat Board, and says: "It  :will-..beYpe^ce^edYthat these powers  <na^urElly ; ^ou^themselves into two  \ heads. -:r Tjhere ..are enabling- or facul-  1 tative provisions' and there '��������� are com-  \ pulsory . provisions. As -to those of  ^the former' class, "I apprehend'that  j Parliament   has   undoubted   authority  * to    constitute     a .board' for the  pur-  '; pose*.of .'buying and    selling    and " to  * enable it to "contract and to exercise  ? such powers as ai'e necessary or* in-  j cidental toZ a . voluntary undertaking. : zzy ���������..'���������:...'...-   ;.,'.i,Y'*"..Y: .'..'.  "The.   board    is,    however, invested  -, with compulsory powers and, for the  purpose' of considering the  authority  of Parliament to constitute a commission clothed with these  powers,, it is  well to mention some of these separately.      They  include:    (a)   fixing   of  maximum prices or margins of profit  at which flour may be sold-by millers';  ?] .(b)  the   compulsory taking  oE  wheat  ; In store or in transit to compensation  '. fixed  by  the  board,   including  power  ! by order of the board to transfer the  property in any wheat so stored or in  ���������'��������� transEt   to   such   purchaser   and  upon  f such terms as.:, the board may nominal ate and prescribe;   (c) prohibition of  ; the buying and selling   of   -wheat   in  Canada on  commission  Or otherwise  and    the    operating    of elevators or  warehouses    for    wheat    except    by  license of the board;   (d) authority to  regulate  delivery to the board of all  wheat sold or purchased ia Canada;  (e)  regulation by the board-   of    ihe  dealings of-its licenses. ���������  Aviators    Require    New    Machine    to  -  x.r . Continue" Flight to   Brazil  Rio   Janeiro.���������The   Portugese   aviators   who   were   attempting-   a   Uight  from ^Portugal   to   Brazil, .will  be  unable to proceed in their hydro^aijrplane  from St. Paul Rocks, a few hundred  miles short of their goal, where  they  landed because of damage to their machine, according to a Havas despatch  from Pernaaabuco.    The message says  their    hydro-airplane    was    so    badly  damaged in effecting 1he landing that  it is no- longer usable.      The aviatorsr-  however^. expected to save the rnotorJ  *   T/he     estimated ;  distance   flown   is*  approximately 900 miles, thus making  the   time   of   their   airplane   approxif7  malely 60 miles an hour.      Plans had  been    made    for big celebrations  on  the ��������� arrival *- 6f -the   avia tors   at   Per  nambuco, Bahia and Rio Janeiro.  The Treaty Between  ussia And Germany  A %^  -*Q  W; YT;YBartlett>  Editor of  The"Enterprise, Blairinore, Alberta.  \  Schools in Swedes* "J  Are Using Films  Elaborate     Plans     Being     IVTade     for  Teaching  from   Movie   Screen  Stockholm.���������Swedish     school     chil*  >  dren are  beginning to read their lesr  Losing Many Cattle  sons   from  the   movie   screen.  The  use of educational films is becoming  more and, more a part oi the lower  grade'curriculum, even in the most remote districts, and leading educators  are-making elaborate plans, to .extend"  the  scope  of "film classes."  In the city of, Gevele, Northern  Sweden, the children -are said by  visiting American .profesors to know  more about Manhattan . Island- than  young students in western parts of  the , United States who never have;  visited  the metropolis.  One of the most prominent champions of films as a means . of study  is Prince William, second son of King  Gustaf, who" has " taken complete  motion -picture outfits with him on  his-trips of exploration through Central America, and South Africa.  Experts Discover Dehorned Cattle  FedI on Clover, Die *^  Toronto.���������Correspondents of the  Ontario Department of Agriculture in  Bruce County, have discovered considerable loss of life among cattle has  occurred in dehorning alter being fed  on sweet eloyer-r*ensilage. They say  several* farmers have reported that on  dehorning cattle they Found considerable difficulty" in. stopping the blood  flowing and in several instances the  animals bled to death. In all cases i  the cattle had'been fed on th'e sweet  clover diet.  Would Slop Daylight Saving  Member   Moves   a   Resolution   in   tho  **  Federal  House  Ottawa.���������Daylight saving- held the  stage in the House when W. F. Kay  (Liberal, Missis siquoi) had a motion  calling for an expresison of opinion  that "it is desirable that legislation  should be introduced this session to  prohibit the adoption of daylight  saving time in any part of Canada/'  Generally speaking, the trend of  opinion was against daylight "saving,  although the desirability of the resolution in its ' existing wording Was  questioned.  Wm. Duff (Liberal, Lunenburg)  had an amendment. Ke moved that  the; motion merely expressed the  opinion of the .House that "it is not  desirable that daylight saving time  be adopted in any part of Canada.5'  Discussion was '��������� still -in progress  when the House ;: adjourned. * 'The'  resolution and amendment now go  over on the order paper to the end of  public bills and orders. It is unlikely that anything further will be heard  of them this session.  nm For  artlcipate  renee  Ce-0f40r-,40S.r(4.     M      m^mj-m-       | \m gQ .0-,/-. ������������>������������������������������������������  Paris.���������Mr. XJoyd George is reported in Genoa a.dviees received hero to  have informed Dr. Wirth, the German  ehancellorY that there were only .xwo  possible-solutions of the present deadlock.  The first was that the Germans  must cease to be admitted to the discussions of Russian affairs at the  conference. *  The second was that they must  tear up and scrap the treaty made  with the Russians.  Chancellor Wirth, the messages  state, while regretting the severity  of the latter alternative, did not refuse to take It under ^consideration  and is reported virtually to have accepted it in principle.  Tha Gerinaa delegation Is active-  among the other delegations, said  these advice s,. in an effort to obtain  a repeal of the Allied decision pronounced against them. The Germans j Were particularly; insistent in  pointing; OUt" to the Italian 'delegation  that the departure of the German delegation from Genoa would greatly  compromise the conference. '������������������''?'  The German delegation^was reported to ~*be divided on Mr; Lloyd  George's proposal that the Russo-  Gerriian pact be scraped, with Dr.  Wirth accepting it in principle and  Foreign ?Tiiuister Ratlaenau opposing  it.' -���������"":      '  Lord  H uh-  Atholstan Offers Ancth������r  dred Thousand as Prize  Montreal.���������-Lord Atholstan, proprietor of the Montreal Star, has decided to donate the $100,000 he is giving for cancer research to the Interior  Cancer Research Fund of London, of  .which Earl Balfour is chairman, while  a second sum''.of. ������100,000 is offered as  a prize for the tliscovery'of' a cure for  For Income Tax  Brule Mine Busy  Taking   on  of   Ten  Men   at   Rate  .*���������  ;  Day  Kdmonton, Alta.���������That the coal  strike has far from crippled the Blue  Diamond mine at. Brule, Is'the contention of Manager Gordon Dickson. At  present, Hi ere are 4.62 men on the pay  roll of whioh number 210 aro working  underground and the dally output Is  S00 tons. Tho mine is running on  the non-union, open shop "basis and  new men are Joeing engaged at the  rate of ten.a day. yy-'  Tho Ymanapemoht v hopes to reach  its former|dally average oi! 1,600 tons  daily before" the end of the.' mouth.  noprc'sentatlves oC tho United MJne-  workera are still picketing the sta  tion  at Brule.  Solve Sfjystery of  Missionary's Death  Report Shows Priest Was Drowned in  Northern Lake  Edmonton, Alta.���������The    mystery    attaching  to  the  death  oE Rev. Father  P. Frapsauce, of? the Great Bear Lake  Roman (Catholic Mission, has at last  been cleared.      Major CY L. Jennings,  officer commanding the Jt.C.M.P. here,  has- received a report (rono. StafE-Ser-  geant S. C. Clay, in charge of the Fort  Norman    detachment,    which    shows  that; the- missionary   lost,  his  lite  by  drowning :in .the waters or the northern lake.  As Js customary with tl\e Mounted  Police, every avenue oC evidence in  connection with the tragedy has been  explored, and the report emphasises  the thorough manner in which investigations at the top of the map are  . made by Canada's  frontier service.  San   Marino   Has  Not   Resum-ed   Relations  With   Central   Powers  Genoa.-���������San'   Marino,    the smallest  but oldest republic in the ,world, has ] cancer,   it   was   learned  here  applied   through,  an  accredited   plenipotentiary   for * participation     in     the  economic    conference.        Her.    envoy  was told that San Marino had not yet  resumed    relations,    juridically,    with  the    Central    Powers," -and  that stie  could   not   participate   Irk  negotiations  between countries that wei"e signatories to the peace treaties which terminated the world war.  Regarded  Only As  Acknowledgement-  of Debt, But Not As Payment  _>   ptawa.���������Hon. W.  S.  Fielding takes"  th^r ground  that it is unde sirabl e  to  This 1 malre Public transactions between tbe  Germany's Claims Against Russia  London.���������The total German claims  against Russia, including bank deposits, railway shares, and industrial  claims generally, were about ������72,000,-  000, it is reported in financial circles  of London. Against this, Russia, in  accordance with the "Versailles treaty,  had claims several times greater.  nlgji ri'ICe rOi  Bread in Russia  Danes Sell Soviet Seed  Copenhagen.���������In spite o������ the official  Soviet declaration of a boycott on all  Danish goods for Russia, the Soviet  representative here signed a contract  with Danish seedsmen for the early  delivery in Russia of seed to the value  of 3,000,000 kroner.'  si  latter "amount was tbe sum originally Government and private citizens in re-  offered by His Lordship and is openl&ard*to income tax, it was indicated  to the world, the award to be"decided j **" tlie finance minister in the House  by   the   Royal   College- of   Physicians j oi ^ Commons.   ^  and -Surgeons,  of London, England. IlL reP!y *������ -a S^estion put by R. H.  Halbert (Progressive, North Ontario)  as to whether notes had been accepted by the Government in payment of  income taxes in addition to the note  received from the Slordon Pulp ind  Paper Company, Mr Fielding said:  "Several notes were received which,  were regarded by the officials as acknowledgment of the iridebtedn-iss,  but not as payment. No such notes  are now received.  "The : Minister    of    Finance    has  doubt of the propriety of making pub- -  lie transactions between the Government and citizens respecting Income  tax.      In  England,  it is  understood-  such information is regarded as confidential.     The right of Parliament to  full information regarding public business being recognized, a predecessor  of the present Minister    of    Finanoo  held that I������ information of this Mnd  was desired, a notice for lt should- be  plaeed on tho order paper* and upon  discussion, the ^ouse    should   judge  whether the public Interest required  it to be brought down/'  Pound     Loaf    Now    Being    Sold    for  120,000 Roubles  HelsingforsY���������A person just arrived  in Finland ifrom Petrograd states that  the price of bread in Russia during  the last few days has been, increasing  by leaps and bounds. The: pound  loaf *-cost on' March 16th, 85,000 roubles; on the 17th, 90,000 roubles; on  the 19th, 100,000 roubles; and on the  20th at Oscrks, a few miles from  Petrograd, 120,000 roubles were being  .charged.  No recent Petrograd figures are  available for purposes of comparison,  but the price of rye bread in Moscow  on March 6 was GO.000 roubles the  pound, and a month earlier 23,000  roubles.  Living Coat Declines  London.���������T-he cost of Uv!n������; in  Great Britain fell a further Tour  points in March. On April; 1 it w������s  Htlll 82 per cent, above the pre-war  level. ���������    '  Ammunition Dump ..Explodes  Belgrade.���������A terrific , explosion occurred at Monasttr, in the southe-m  part of old Siberia, \v_hen an ammunition dump blew up, Tho railroad  station was destroyed and enormous  damage otherwise done by the blast.  The number of killed ancl "wounded,  stays the despatoh from Monastlr reporting the explosion, la still unknown.  British  Doctor Dies  London.���������Tho   death   Is   announced  of Sir AH red    Pierce    Gould,    widely  known surffeon.     Me was .~ years of  -V.O.  mmmm������mmmum-w~~4-4mt������ttmtm^^  Try to Stop Swearing Habit  Montreal.���������The    Licensed    Victuallers"   Association,   tho   liquor  dealers  organization of Montreal, has had  placards printed in?������ both languages,  nicely mounted and framed 3n glass,  which they will distribute to aU tav-  ������>rnp, reBl-nuwntR, <������>ic., or" 1h!������ oily  calling for a cessation of tho habit of.  swearing and'blasphomy.  *V.    .Nf.    V.    Iill  Abolish Polk* Forma  Vienna.���������Tho police, forms which  every traveller in Austria wai* formerly obliged to Iill out upon arrival in. n  city, giving Intimate details of hlm-  selt anct, lii a business), are to bo  abollsh-cd.  British Arranging  Loan lo Brazil  Amount is Understood to Exceed Five  Million Pounds  London.���������The London Times learns  that the negotiations for a loan to the  Brazilian Government are approaching completion. It is hoped to issue  the loan within n fortnight. It will  be Issued by tho Barings, Rothschilds  & Schroder, Tho amount will be a  considerable onc. Its main purpose  Is to take up hanking credits arranged last year against coffee warrants  which ar������ understood to exceed ������5.-  000,000. The -loan will bo secured  on coffee.  Arbuckle Films Banned  N>w Yorlc,���������Cancellation o-f nil <vem-  trncts for the showing oC films In  which Roscoe (Patty) Arbuckle appears waa announced by Will II.  Hays., head of tho Motion Picture Producers Association. This action, ho  eald, affected nearly 10,000 contracts.  Sp������nd your money nt home, there*  I iwy iidpUiHi' j**uur >uv*vju. ieuw-u u-*~. Sot.*"  ���������mcrcbaafiB.  ~a.tA.-m  MiM  it*  flr^i-'^Jirff if nnansH-exjCi  mmmm THE .CBBSEOB  BEVIEW  *-*v>*e5**.   ���������&������lmJL   SL*   vavv-SmS;  For Sale���������Baby Grand Special.  P. W. Speaker, Canyon.  White Wyandotte Eggs, $1.25 for  14.    P. W. Ash. Creston.  Hatching Egos���������Barred Bocks,  $1.25 for setting of 15. J. W. Vaness,  Creston.  For Sale Cheap���������10 young ewes  with lambs included. Apply Mrs. M.  Nathorst. Wynndel.  Wanted���������Will pay ca&h for two  wbeel cart.    Enquire Review Office.  'Now is the time to buy a straw hat.  New stock just opened at Mawsqn  Brothers.  FOR SALE���������Horse and young pigs-*.  ���������E. Nouguier, Lot 170, Canyon (Erickson P.O.)  Anglican Church Services  SUNDAY,   MAY 7  CRESTON SIRDAR  7.30 0,0!= 10=80 a.ssn  . WINCH  Carpenter and Cebinaf Maker  Doors, Sashes, Screen Doors  made to order  Mrs.  J. A, Lidgate   Was   s.  with old   friends in  Nelson  for a few  days last week.  ,*.*_, '  Mrs. Garland, Mrs. Henderson spent.  a few days with.. friends   in   Spokane  last week, returning on Saturday. |  Exhibitors are Reminded that entries for the*Woirnen*feln$stituie Flower Show close on Thursday May Ilth.  MrsYErickson of Invermere was a  visitor last week with Creston Tr tends*  the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C G. Bennett.1  Mrs, Loveday and children lefp eailv  last week fur Salmon Arm, to join Mr.  Loveday. who is now located iti that  tow n.  Frert Belanger. now of LumbeB-toh,  was Hiiccessftally operated on .for appendicitus at Cranbrook hospital last  week.  The Ladies' Guild of Christ Church  are having a. Quaker Village Fair in  the Paiysfa Hall, "Wednesday, May  24th, from 3 to 8 p.m.  The band will giye the first open air  concert of the season on Safe tit-day  night, when thev will plav on the  streets from 7.30 to 8.30.  Const. Burton of the local R.O.M.P.  corps has been transferred to a horder  post opposite Gateway. Mont., and left  last week for his new station. '?  '-4.  Mrsr H. Lyne was at Cranbrook on  Tuesday, where she was the chief  speaker at the May meeting of the  Women's Institute of that town.  visitor       Cranbrook  W.   S.  S~*.0.~.t   XX v/ V-~.t-lG.l_,  MatS   UCCll  WORKSHOP:  Park Road, GRESTON  P.O. Box 85  Miss Marion Swanson  the  A ���������-.it  X3.JJ1 11  returned  p*������ri������   \ii   xa.|Ji ii    iLtiiu    v SiijCOlivei'  where she has just completed her first  year in the Uui vers ity of British Columbia.  SATURDAY, MAY 6th  Herbert Raw! in son in  "TU SCRAPPER"  In dress clothes he was a glorious lover.     In  corduroys he was a fighting cyel one.      Oh, boy I  we'll tell the world he was.  WEDNESDAY, MAY 10th  MARSHAL N EI LAN  presents  "qq AND GET rtT"  He had transferred the brains of a hanged  murderer to a gorilla. It was neither man or  beast.    What happened %  A* First National Special at Regular Prices  Try the Drugstore First  Cfggg* SottSl  F'gfiBMmfBi-WiiiS  StMBdl  ice Gremm D&jpag������tntGnt  Is now open for the season.    Each seasoh with us is the  cause for the creation of an entirely new tine of effort  and endeavor   fa serve ofdy the finest and   beat   of  Fountain Drinks, and improve, according as improvement may be suggested- by all successes and failures hy  other dealers during the Past year.  All the old, popular flavors will he served hut with their  improved xuality and greater delictousness.  Come   and   make   an   early   acquaintance   with   our  fountain.  Z.JJ.2   fi IL     B|J| I wUttLlF       I f jl  B  Mail Orders er  Specialty.  Phone Service*  Prompt A Mention  f  nUaaif'^'f.T.irm-irf.'MigaaK  Courier:     Mrs.  of  Creston.  who  very ill at the home of her daughter,  Mrs. Dan Burton is recovering slowly.  Mrs. Graham of Montreal, who has  been on a visit to coast cities, spent a  few "days in. Creston last _ week with  Mrs. H. Xj. Crbsthwait en route east.  -. " *m  The Beid cottage on McLeod Ave.,  jusb vacated by. Mrs. M. Young, is reported sold to Mrs. W. K. Brown, and  will be occupied by. her sister, Mrs.  Davis.  1*   PiAifol!^  received u^ till May 12th for the pur-  chaw-*of a;;:ptaho. Instrument- can be  seeh in   Sheers'   Hflll.   E. C. GIBBS,  Postofflc-^YfY/, .: --������������������--  It is officially announced that Major  Mallaerduine has been named to suc������-  cee4 .Qapt^Ororuptrm as stipendiary  magistrate***} and jssd$?e of the sssaall  debts courtiat Creston.  C. G> Bennett who abont three,  years ago purchased the ranch of the  lateE.Keddell near the Bliuco place,  this week disposed of the property to  a Mr. Harris of Lethbridge, Alta..  who has already talien possession.  Frank Ebbutt. who has been in attendance at" the University of B.C. at  Vancouver the past term, is home for  a short .holiday,- before going into  Northern Alberto.to spend the summer  on geological snryey work.  The May meeting of Creston Board  of Trade will be held on Tuesday night.  Tbe cemetery beautitration eotninittee.  is making considerable headway, and  hope to have the work under way before the end of the month.  Mrs. W. P. Stark and son, Arthur,  left the fore part of the week for Vancouver, where they wilt make ab extended stay with her daughter. Miss  Dorothy, who is In rather poar health  ab present at the coast city.  Mr. and Mrs. S. Sweet left on Saturday for Prince 4-lhert, Sask., where  they wilL again... make their home.  About two weeks ago they sold their  (Trotter).ranch* to Mr. and Mre.Lantz,  ��������� who have now taken possession.  R. B. McLeod is tbis week moving  into the Taylor property at the corner of Victoria Avenue and Hillside  Road, which he has secured from Mr.  Taylor, . giving the McLeod home,  next the Methodist. Church, itg part  payment..       ..        .Z....  Sergt. Smith, who is in charge - of  the local corps of-the R.C.M.P., Is confined to Cranbrook hospital at present,  suffering from sceptic rheumatism,  which would appesar to be one of fche  aftereffects ifthe: flu fiom which he  suffered last winter.  Cranbrook Courier: The infantson,  aged 7 weeks, of Mr., and Mrs. Ernest  Bidder of Fort Steele passed away Saturday, April 22nd. at the Cottage Hospital. The funeral was held Monday  afternoon from the home of Mrs. San  Burton, Mrs. Bidder's sister.  __ ''tr '  ,The hasebaU sinn had their first opportunity on Sunday afternoon of seeing the 1922 Creston team in action.  when the locals stocked up against a*  combination Porthiil*Brickson nine  and won rather handily in a contest  j marked by free hitting and heavy  scoring.  The Catholic Club are having .thei  first of their scries of four whist drives ef  in fche Speers Hall to-night (Friday);.  with cards d������u������ to start tit-8.-15 prompt.  Four prizes are given the winners each  night, and ut the end of the "series  grand prises will be awarded. The  admission is 50 cents, which includes  supper. *���������**'  British Columbia has ductal ed war  on gophers. Bounties will Lve paid to  individuals on tails up to 250 at two  cents each j. for the next 250 the rate  will bo three cents each; for the second  500 payment will be made at four  cents each, while on all oyer 1000 fche  maximum rate of five cents each will  bu applicable,  The nilver tea under Christ Church  ���������Ladles' Guild auspicoa afc fche homo of  Mrs. W. S, Wtttaoh on Saturday af-  trrnoon was well attended bhe financial intake being In the neighborhood  of $11. A crochet, centrepiece donated by tha hoHtrsa and which was  raffled the Harno* afternoon was won  by Mrs. Linn  I-I,, W. McDonald, who arrived from  Pincher Creek, Alia., early In the  yew, hint week -cuniploted fche pur-  elm no of the Rey iiolilw ranch,  and has  jiiHt,  tt<U.eu poHsewHion.    The place up  bill about three* yeare ago was owned  by Mike MeClavlhyl Mr. atid Mich.  Hevnohlw have returned  fco   Saakatch-  uv.iUb ten sui.ldi.'.  The "An-mUmr Night" hImhw, which  the baHeball club Eh |>utLliieg on nt the  ���������QinncJ on TiuivBday, May tilth, wllleer-  fcainly be the best 'all-round local fcal-;  ent performanee ever given   in Crest-;  on.    A rare variety of high class entertainment will  be provided and al-  reudy there is a demand  for reseryed  seats for the evening.  Wild Rose Lodge Knights of  Pythias, which was established in  Creston almost fifteen years agej, has  disbanded, and a meeting of the mezn  bers in good, standing on Thursday  night it was formally decided to return the charter to grand lodge.  Efforts  haye  been  made at interyals  during the past four years fco revive  the order but these were only uenspor-  arily successful, and no meetings of  any sorb have been held for almost  two years now.  HATCHING EGGS  WHITE WYANDOTTBS..  BLACK MI&OBOAS.~���������....  S.C. WHITE LEGHORNS:.  $1.25  1,25  1.25  per setting of 14 eggs. All from  excellent or prize stock. P. G.  EBBUITT, Creston.  i  Agents for Wiilard^ and neiisoii's Shoeoiafes  GATERIN6 IH ALL ITS BRANCHES.        HiBH CUSS CONFECTIONERY  csim.rw-d3s  Starting this week Wynndel Mercantile Co.  >re 'will be selling ������������.r Cakes and Pastry, in  addition to our Bread. ,  T.   Rogers,   Sirdar,  is   also   handling  our  products.  Next door to Sevan's Garage  Shirts Speoiaiiy  for Seven Days" Selling  Commencing SATURDAY, MAY 6fch, and cloaiiiR SATURDAY,  MAY 13th,   our  entire  stock  of Men's and   Boys' Work  Shirts will be on sale for just seven days at price outs that  run to almost 40per cent.     Here are a few of them :  MEN'S  SHIRTS  Light Cham bray: Shirts, *.re&- 1-25; special  Blue Chambray Shirts, reg. 1.50; special-������������������������������������--.  Khaki Shifts, ~i������g.;li85^spetfiaU..i^^  Cotton black a,hd wHite  kfcfiped shirtSj refj;. 1.7*^;  Kahki Work Shirts, reg.'"1.85; speeial^^--.^-^-   Blue Khaki.Shirt&,re#. 1.85; speoibl^  White Shirts, reg: 1.85; special���������-A-   JSoru Shirts, reg-   1-75;  special���������-4 ���������-  BbYS*1  SHIRTS  Blue Ohambray Shirts, i-eg.  1.25:  special���������  Khaki Fiarnelette Shirts, reg.  1.25; special-  Flannelette Shirts, reg.. 1.25; special.  -��������� Brown Cotton Shirts, reg. 1.25; special ������������������   | -85  115  1.45  1.25  1.50  1.50  1.50  1.25  .85  .95  .85  .95  I  MAWSON   BROTHERS  Better Service  General Merchants  Lower Prices  NEW    GOODS  BEAUTIFUL RANGE OE  5-yd. Dress Lengths  consisting of Fancy Voiles, Tricolette  and Ginghams  Ladies' Spring Shoes  "Classics," in latest style Oxfords, Pump, Strap  Slippers and Bals, in. Tan, Black and Grey,  Ladies', Misses'  aa4 Childress's  Spring Hats  ty "     4        *r* fii r? r"? r* cr  *J}m jTlk# *J?       K Kmt������f       Kattd       IV^  GENE HAL MERCHANT.  mum  *tJtmmttmm4mt*m4mmM44m  'SSSt  nn  81  iiewnniiinwiiimniwwin  mniiniKiiiininMinninnlii  \~m

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