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Creston Review Jun 9, 1922

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 --tb  xy  W3**  ������������������ *.       ~r     *   J  |    Provincial library   ���������        <* .y  "*>���������������-  V  ���������- ' '"������������������ ^^^te-ML-.'m-^Mi   ���������tflUffgBtae--^    ������aJSb������      ^g&r    ^m%~x    yt  " ^ VLEW  -r vru*     ^s.jl t *  2^mmm  JJJt&JES'XXJJN,  &.&.  Sr  Mr. Manning, public school inspector, was here.. on an official visit the  latter part of the week, and we understand has turned in a very favorable'  report of the teaching staff at the  Usier school.  BSrs-h���������On June* ^th, to Capt. and  Mrs; Rowbury, a daughter.  Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Cook and Mr, and  Mra. Tom Goodwin oi Creston were  Sunday visitors at Lister.  _\ Rey. G. Rook, who   is   back   again  "^      from  conference,   will take the usual  fortnightly seryice here on Sunday.  Pea cy juye had the misfortune to  lose his driving horse one day last  week, whale on a trip to Creston, a  bad attack of colic causing the equihe'tt  death.  ' Messrs. Gibbs and Allan  of Cre&ton  . were  yisitors  here on Thursday evening last an the interests of Chautauqua, and were  successful   in   getting  Misses Campion  and Iivfcae to handle  ���������       tne ticket selling  Mr. iiangston, sr., left a few days  ago for Yahk, where he has secured a  job for the next few months.  Geo. Paton. at one time accountant  at th.e L.S.B. office, but  now -assistant  purser on the C.P.R.  stearuer Nasook  in   at Nelson,   avas calling on friends  here at the fia-st of the week.  ^  '  -Wi&he-mer  X  The C.P.R. woa-k train is expected  to complete the excavation of material for the Kootenay Landing fill this  week. Kitchener will seem quiet with  the crew of about ten men no longer  here. __ -^  Gunder Johnson and Oscar Anderson^ are decorating t.he luotmtafn -scenery at frequent intervals" these times  on" their bear hunting expeditions,  but so far have only taken  one brtain.  QXhere is a slight moyeanent in Siftch-  mtASmnakmmmmmm-m00m-m^,  a) VN\K 9. 1922  No. 18  ener property this month, "Ed. Hanson  having bought a lot on the Tboreson  esfcate������and,is baasy erecting a bachelor  bungalow on- it,  Vik?-Anderson left a few days ago  for Nelson, where he hopes to strike  .work on the construction of the Ymir  Road, "  When the heat eases off in the eye  nings, as   well as in the morning N^  Del via is bnsy with' the excavation of  the basement ,on to which he intends  -to move tlie present store building.  Billy Johnson cranked up his Pord  on Sunday and motoa-ed Victor Geroux. Lionel Forrester, A LePage and  L. Guilimont to Creston for the baseball match between the Creston and  Wycliffe nines.  ��������� -  - Mr Geroux and his road gang are  idle afc present, but are looking for  word any dav now tn resume operations. Engineer Ramsay^ was here  last week and states that there is  every reason to expect a substantial  grant for road improvements between  here and Goatfell.  Foreman McGonegal. is baisv this  week loading out the last of the big  stock of big poles that Paulson Mason  have had stored, in their yard -for the  past year.  Kitchener Timber Company htOt a  small crew of men making poles on the  firm's limits near hea-e.  Andy Holvett, whtr has been with  Paulson Mason for thelast three year*:,  retia-ed from their employ at tbe first  of the month and is now a member of j  1922 Chautauqua  OpeaisfThursday  , Before another jjes-ue- of the Reyiew^  is off the ^e-ssss" ���������.Ore ^tostfs Chautauqua  will be under way, ihe big six days of  entertainment aiid^-i&dncation opening  on Thursday ��������� affeewaoott, -^Jiine 15th,  and all svfao attend^redaae to have t{ie  happiest week of tro������ year. That the  crowd in attendance wall he. large as  indicated in the^alefof Reason tickets  to date���������the wemanS-fQi- these, at oatt-  luring points particularly, being - considerably better thogia. year ago.  j^ewspapers .cii -nana *i-������a������ pomt-s-  wesfe at which the Shautaaaqua artists  have already ^appeared Are ail unanimous that the 19^!vprogranime8 "are  just a little Saaperlotr to the 1921 offerings. This is paS-tacu tarty the case  with the lectures���������aftX of .which aaae on  timely topics and rc#| live issues of the  day, with just.enough of the lighter  port to'give a balartce that will make  the lot of them ein^aentlypleasiaig all  B-ound. -     "'"-y   ���������*-*  In "Mrs. Temple^}'" Telegram " the  ds-aanatic feature <*%t Ohj^wtauqua, ������  comedy that' wSUxappeail'  to   all   is  selected anil reportfe,-> dgree that the  company presenting it is a Jfcelented  one. throughout.   -   ,y'"  '"For SHfearday af tea-noon and evening'  all will be''charmed, with the programme that will be,sialu3ritted by.the  Biler-Wilioughby pa^hestra. which  will be supplemented by "IPensvicfe  Newell, Canada's foremostlyrio tenor.  In addatton to the orchestra -aiyfl Vocal  Adanac Quartette. A novel feature of  this year's musical bill will be the one-  man band( in .which Emory Farnell is  the only performer.  And for closing night a supeefor at-  ifcrcsctaon has been secured in Davis, the  roaster of magic. His'tricks and feats ;  .{sstralt new and his performance will  be 4g& the same high class, refined sort  as the artasts-who precede him. Both  adults s^ cbfl3rSn^?Fi5! be amassed at -  the skill of this aaaaster magician.  Thisfe* the odlv   opportunity   you  will hav^this -year to enjoy suohTifgb-  as 'SuCu  a uhiuSc1'  m*4r000.rx .-.-  *0.n*-*~ cuwecweni  ate;price.-   Don't miss it youa-self���������and  ; don't, deny the same pleasure to .your  *-*&H.fe and ���������'D'ouKB'st-erSs  the section crew.     On his new job be  numbers Miss   Wiiioughby' Will   cap.  naturally finds lower town a bit slow  and in consequence has moved across  the track into the old lacanda-y building.  Two saarveyors are now at work on  the Chippy 9111. .s and - C. JM������. at-orM  claim?-, and t^thougfct t^ea-ets n6"3e|ih-  i tei "formation available these activities ate ttiken to oseun that- deveJop-  aaient work, on a considerate scale will  ttvate with -her. exyldphpne.selections  and equally enjoyable will   be the coa*-  riet and violin solos by other orchestra  xnenabeirs. "~-     ."''     - -   "  To many of   our   readers  RuHiven  isX-u.t-x.tAk.e-11 FiAsiict&t asansediateSy.  ~has.been an^eHsternrfavjarite^or :yea.a-s;  and for this season bas^sut-rduhded  ". Bimself with tha-ee -other *.vocalists -at;  j.eqiiaf ability, so- that no lover of yopal  ? nauslc should' think   of   mtssfoflr .the  At the United' Farmers meeting on  Saturday night Messrs. Wood and  Searle'were added to the committee of  directors that has been asked to locate  a saii table area for a recreation and  picnic groainds. Mesdames McRobb,  Seailf, aun KuoDt were named a committee to allocate the article qpfwhicf?  the U.F. will give its prize in the  ladies' section at this year's fall fair,  aajd votes of thanks were tendered'  Miss Wocd, Mrs. Browell and Messrs.  Kolthaanrner and Pochin. who handled  the annual picnic, and Messrs. Knott,  ITo-ung and Searle who had change of  the/soldier's memorial erection and unveiling, were also tendered*the commendation of the local for their good  work. The, minister of ' customs has  been aiotsfied of Canyon's opposition  to the rensovaLof the ^hssnping clause  as provided fov in fhe Fielding budget.  On the estabfi^hment^of a postoffice  the t-correspondence"'reacL indicated that  possibly a compromise'would be reached " by   the   authorities" employing   a  Mihse &I*-m?������a&  3. Compton has completed tbe in-  scaiiataon of his airigatfort eygtaBra* and  bas an excellent supply of water for  the area taken ca^e of by the pipe line,  Waat-ee Ca������3. who has been forking  a-b Spokane, is a visitor at has home  heare at present.  Messrs. Rose and West replenished  their Fardere witb fresh befif-oae,dgiy  1 asfc/vsfeek^ A wesfcboHp^^eiglit bstfee  the leg of a Sn^r^mang steer, and th&  ^niznai had to be kaiied. y  -Mr. Wood kas installed a small ir- .  rigotion system of his own, to take  -care of the strawberry patch. He has  sreetea a tank with pump, the, web  goods being obtained from the ciP.R.  culvers.  Gordon Smith, *sho has been visiting his mother, Mrs. Stacs* Ssssith, left  for Victoria at the end of the week. ~  Alice Siding is getting its full share  of attention from thfe caterpillar pest  that has invaded other points in  the  ���������SfT-tt .  \-eusttsjt.  .  - r  Jo tm Miller sustained rather a serious loss on Thursday last when the  westbound passenger hit ozae of his  work horses that was grazing on the  right of way���������the animal having to be  shot to end its suffering.  The continued rise in the -water necessitated moving the balance of the  cattle from flats the middle of last  week. Just now the water is about  the highest it has been for several  years. With the flood also has come  the mosquitoes for their 152!s sojourn.  The Rose ranch bas tbe material on  the gxound for the erection of an overhead irrigation system to take care of  about four acres of smalt fruits.  -r     .Jl.  r^xjvi...-  W, ^Smtthof, the provincial lands  central -" point"' _Vh*3te/*W^"wlbuld*, fcef  handled fn  much the: same ^fSsbibn^as       t|h***r-  .-_.-   *,    ......  4C.'V.'lrocts^fea1i"haWvgoiie -backTto*  a.regulation  posdoffica'so far ^maiff 6he^6yerniJsen^ an^:which *s7ill bare-  distribittion is concerned- ?J~ "     ...   "j s������jld by auction In & fewr weeks*     "     \  Six Happy  Days  Afternoon  & Evening  MM. SSMC*  mm mmam mm  $8.25 WORTH OF ENTERTftlNMENT FOR $3.00,  LECTURES  * Re-oreatiofi Through Recreation"  Capt. 1?. !Dinamore Upton.  4,Fatnily Remedies'*  H. Leon Cope.  "Present   Day  Problems   oF Belf-  Qovemment in the British  Empire."  Alex. Thomson.  "Seeing Life Whole.1'  William H. Stout  "Storm Tossed Russia."  Moritz Hindus.  "'From   P-e-aoe  Pijpo  to War  Trail  aud Back Again.*'  Chiaf Sbronglioart.  fi M'S^AM.f&QL ^-uf'cSH*t? CJrBil A^ItJ uw  HILDREN $1  MUSIC  All Sisters* Saxaphone Quartette.  Adanaoa All  Canadian Quartet^.  Eilor-WilIou������hhy Ladies*  Oi*������lieatrft.  Feuwiolc Newell, Lyric Tenor.  Emory Parnell, the One-  IZLs-.- Ban<J."  DRAMATIC  Mra. Tomple'H Telegram,"  Reed Metropolitan Playera  MAGIC  Davis, Master Magician.  Ticket Sa.le on Now  THE   ADAWACS---AUL-CANAOIAN  QUARTiftTTE  In i'.'-c bijj co-ccrti lK������  tne on d -iuy of Chntttmi-qu-. m~~~JUx~~~S~S~IBB.  ir.-,yr������mtV0~ii irmn., i.m.wm���������m  S*N  _Yr     .J-  li -%y  ���������!?*������������������  I. ������***;-.  ���������St*  si |.":'.  sli"*  I  l-m&&~~%M3-Jl-~*SJ^ IBB* 5&������  ^  Is Inflamed Nostrils,  vCtaei  Stops Catarrhal Discharge.  res Colds Quickly  -I'i  V-*D~^-~ V  You'll In- pleas.aniJv siirpv-i^ed a������ 'lie  'quick" -aciicn Cat a rrhozone lias iipon  Ca,luX'rhal, opridiiiorjs in. lhe nose or  throat, ''fi is so soothing, so healing,  so agreeable-".to use, so safe ami reli-  ab*!e that tjidusimcls praise  it  and. use  it  every dfty-  ISro nasty medicine -to  talie���������you. just bre-athe in , the balsamic Vapoij-: "the- healing essences of  Ca tar Hi ozone. an<3 I'eel. ..betier at once.  Catan'hozcme is breathed through the  Inhaler'inio every air ceil in lhe  lirng-s. into every air -passage in the  throat -.and nostrils^    No- matter where.  the  cold  or   Catarrh  -will   reach  it.      Vou  i*sf  Catarrhozone  ea n    keep    tree  long*   ior  a,   "twin   sister -exactly   like  jne."  "So long. i\lar> .  Mnr>, we "will miss you &o!  So long. Mary,"  How ve hate lo Fee you go!  Wc-*!] be longing* lor you, Mary,"  ??-.' While you roam.   '.  So longrMarv, ��������� ..  Don't  forger, iy come ba-ck home."  The   iiujomgiblc;  girl   has  just   sue-  .For Infants land Children.  -Isi ~sb4. For������v@r30"Years  Always bears. -   - "-*a<8  "the __ , Z''  Signature" of  Memorial Cross Issue -Exfcendledl  oeetie<!  m  from coughs, colds, bronchitis and the  like* "by using Catarrhozone. Two  months treatment' One Dollar, small  size 50c. Healers everywhere, or the  ���������Catarrhozone  Co.,   Montreal.  ELTN OR.M ARSPIvN   EL IOT  Published   V.y   Special   Ai-ran-gemerit  with  the Author  Without.'taking   any   notice   oJ'   the  ���������convincing Hie boys that j rejection  upon 'the  size oi" Elba, the  '" '"''      ' ' "si at ion m as ter packed up our bags* and"  lifted-them, into*Llie back pi' the wagon. "LeLvingstone, .here, goes right  past thehquse,-. #nd he can drive you  over." he "said.   ���������-���������-���������"    "  "'Livingstone" now awoke to a-sense  o������ his "duty."-.* -".'yes. . gel right, in.  Sorry I'm not going Vip-ke's way. so  'that 1 could "take, you out."  ���������- Again I felt that England and the  conventions "were Tar avay; but remembering Old ' Jane's com Tort ing  proverb to the effect.that you may as  well be killed 1'or.A sheep as.a lamb,  arid also realizing that there was  really." nothing else to do. I accepted  the   invitation   aud   Alary   and   I   "got  tig. lit     JU.  cont inued)  (Continued)  V. '  Elba. Manitoba  June 21st, H9-  this;c!jisKjc was written by a personal *  friend of hers,  to be sung' as a  farewell v/fcien she  lelt  lor "England three  years ago!   -  "A-yv, Miss Mary, -can't-you stay  here more'n one day?" says Percival  coaxingly. "Tliis town's deader'u  Goliath, but if j-ou'd stay we could  have a swell time. Gee, I wish you'd  come fish in' with me au', Reg���������we'd  put the worms on' the hook if you're  scared T What's the use of goin'  back to Winnipeg? _ There ain't no  fun there���������too many cops around to  take akid home-il" he only justices  for a;walk.''   ' ��������� _  "Say,  xVliss  Mars'."  broke in  Reginr  aid,  "-^ras you ever in  the Police Sta-  | tion? Me an' Pei:c was wuust when  he-was in Winnipeg. We just went  down the street a litUe ways an' 'long  comes a cop an' says, 'Say, son, does  your' mother know you're out?' An' I  says, 'Ko, does yours?' An- he just  laughed and ast us where did .we  live and we says Elba, an' then he  s*ays, 'Well, wouldn't youse kids like  to take a walk with me?' An' then  we went right Jx> the P'lice Station,  an' 'I'll eat nay hat if them, ain't the  young divils'a IvTrs. Mills, has been  'phoning about. Better have a good  time when you're here, kids, because  when your Ma gets you she'll be so  darn glad that she'll well nigh lick  the hides  off of you.' "  |     "You bet  she did, 1oo," added   Per-  { cival,  with a reminiscent   twinge.  }.     Mary answered them, with ,deep re  in   China   tlie ~ farms   average   little  more than half an acre in exlent.  The Druggists AH AgFee  ' ~Tha* "Putnam's'  Is Best  At the present moment I am sitting <  in a green-and-red  plush-covered  easy  (?)   chair, in  the parlour of  "THE    PALACE    BOARDING-HOUSE ]  Refreshments .for  Man.aud   Beast   at'  Reasonable Rates.  Hot  Meals and Beds.  .European    Plan���������Vou    Pay   for   What  You Eat.  Proprietor,  MRS.   REBECCA   MILLS."  1 quote the sign-board.  At.   the   opposite   side   of   the   room  Mary   is   seated   before   one   of   those  modern instruments of torture known  as an American, organ.      From it she  is   extracting���������no   word  but   that  one  so   suggestive,   of   dentistry - will   describe   the' operation���������accompaniments  to, the most .ragged, of rag-time melodies which she is singing for the. edification of Mrs.  Mills' twin  sons. The  boys,   who  rejoice in  the   .names    of  Jieginald and  Percival, are eight years  old.       Tbey   are   red-headed,   freckled  little  imps,   and   ihey  possess  the  angelic smile which is peculiar to twins  who are so imich alike, that they cannot be. told apart and which. I. believe,  is due  to the  fact that punishment is  always  meted   out   ro  the  wrong  boy->  Mary  has  discovered   that-Percival  is  inlmis a front tooth, so she feels sure  that she will  make no mistake.      But  I.   f   am   any   judge   of   human   nature  as   it   is   exhibited   in   boys   of   eight,  Reginald also will lack a tooth-ibefore  long.     Who could blame him?      I. for  one, have not forgotten how fused to  The    oldest    corn  market   is. Putnam's  and it .is the best.  all  drop   out. after "a  rent over on the  Corn   Extractor,  Your corns will  few  treatments  with this' painless remedy. Failure  impossible. 'Refuse a substitute tor  "Putnam's?' 25c-everywhere.  5  Nervous  akdewn  and  ovcr  fi-V "J.***** ir% ������"%  Ji-J? it    <4~j  Th-    extreme    depression  dif-.cc?:{4.v(*mtr-x which   comes  ori<- ~.  tin*!-'-   i������.  the   most ...alarming  r.yrr.pforn   oi"   nervous cxhaurtson.  Tii if letter r.**- n  m eif Age  "i.r:   ,-������l!   -I'.h.fi   fin')   th'*rr>"Ptvf*s  un fort ur.t'-U-r con cittion.  ,   C'ico. T. Tingley. Albert,  i,\--r'\tm:   o. hope  in  this  NT  J     *4  ,B.  run-clown  rtiiM.  v.,;ib  lieM! ,  tn  (i   v r 1 y  5   much  ti-.-iGit-.  t|e������prt**l-  thist  fti   m   "pintt   <mrl   niflrrfl   a   greot  a.    lii/efj,      Tli-eft   In mi   iwiiir.   vrnnld   irri-  l������l<   ri'.r   .-.nd   nt   liii������"s   E    fell   as   though  f      r-rl- inlw     ivr.ill"!     ll-.     rit'JV.        >     COti-  r.itlte  ...������  nl  ciiiii.-r*  "A    (V.'-rv!  (i.'hi*rP*   r J1������v <*  trrlif y  e.r.l'* *-:<...  ibe frier:  it>rl    v.  rr^V    ur;  I    t'-.)\  ii't'.ii-.i-  ���������Vpa  ni''.  tiocior*   to   no   tftett.  P\:r<-    ihr    utr    of    TV.  Footi   i;������vi   1   curt   truly  lli*   fcrrnl   b-esnefilu,  r������������  *.*,.l*..        41 II,.'.t 0-1.        Ci-all^f  inn   fusa.-heii    thf*   .a.Knr.i.   Ijosf  I    lii.rf   -ittttd    a    rh.J/.tn   hoxeu  *e.tlny    lo  '31 nr  ifiis     '*,**  ttvtlrrt 11,  ili:it  J.   '  ���������'ill   V'iv.������  pcrii.rtiK*nl   ri'lKr  Dr.  Cfi.itf-'  ',**,**i***r  t..ir.r^ii(v *  i'l V     II 1  "���������*'.>' 11    <*,.  ;i.������*'l    :.**<   h ������������������������*.*,  Im    '.rtuty    io    '  tr.r-Ptr it**-  10   rlli"*, K  1   h n 1  Nr.r  *   re*>i*.'>;-fcl   mdJ  it-i.r.rn,    lertilj]**  J     aiv.'ill    *Vrr  -..      I >rr. i*f>**    ni  frrlinft     Aitf-  i\ r  quirk   ������n������i  Ki'.rr   inc."  '. Food.  r>0c  H.'itc-.  -ill   cl*  tt  Co..  W.  ���������Zirv", tri   jr.diri.uv'.on.  I .Ac.,,   I oronfo.  gret, that  she must-go home as soon  as' i tvas   called   Tor,  but     she     made'  them both promise lo visit her when  next   they went  to  AY inn j peg.       Poor  Mrs., .Arnold.  But. to go baek.    Yesterday at noon,  after three hours oi uneventful travel  through   uninteresting   country,   Mary  and I reached Elba.      1 do not blame  Napoleon lor leaving his .Elba as soon  as   possible   it   it   was   at   all   like  its  Canadian namesake.      In spite of my  unromantic nature. 1 had pictured the  scene of my labours as a  cosy  farmhouse, nestling among tree-clad hills,  where*-l should   enjoy lite freedom of  Canadian   life   c-oupled   with   the   comfort and refinement of England. " But  the "picture vanished, never to return  in its lull beauty, when T saw Elba.  Flat prairie as Jar as 1 could see in  three directions, and in the fourth a  few scattered poplar bluffs, with the  merciless noon-day sun searching ottt  ���������as onl^- ihe Canadian sun can���������all  the bareness and crudity of the little  village that at fi3-.se f scarcely noticed,  so strong was the spell of the prairies  upon  me    .    ".     . i hat is.  Elba.  The Corporate Village of Elba consists of ihree grain elevators (why  "elevators'..' 1.'. cannot..tell,, for they, are  merely storehouses for corn���������grain, I  should say���������but their dominating  height draivs a31 eyes *Hp them,-*.; so  them, so there is; probably some phy-  chological reason for the name); one  "General Store," which I shall, describe later; two agencies for agricultural machinery; a blacksmith*s shop ;���������  a bank no. larger thain ...a"- good-sized  paekjng-ciise���������in fact, Mary looked for  lhe address" tag;.'and two or three  houses. The station is a superannuated goods-van, one end oI! -"which  Is fitted up as aii office and made im-  ..press.ive by 1he telegraph Instruments  a copy of ihe Homestead, Regulations,"  ami a sale, and in Ihe other end the  stationmaster lives.  "The carriage waits, my lady," saS<3  Mary as vve stepped off the train; and  then T saw, at the end ol! the platform  farthest from the engine, a typical  west ern 1 :nn v ey ance���������a two-seated  light, wagon to -which was harnessed  a pnii' ol ha nelson)e but only half-  broken horses. Tho driver did'not  seem to be at all disturbed by ihe  way in which they roared and plunged, for hc. talked over his shoulder to*  the stationmaster most of the lime  while- ihe 1 rain waited, only occasionally addressing an uncomplimentary  but ^iipjirently soolhing remark (o his  hor*Ki������p.  My     In-art     sun lc     tis   1   thought   of;  iriisiiiig my jn-e(.:ioiiP, life���������*fo say tiol.lt-  1n������ of my camera -to lhc I.endeT tilPt-  c\r-.A of Hiifh a <*-ni'Hf*<Ks driver and his  Wild VWst Khow .sivM'ds, but \ hope I  bIioivwI no Untidily as 1 asked him'J^*  1'ip wc.fii from thf. FiHkr-i farm.  '"No," \it* roplli-d; "I "don't think that  any of the, Fb-dios ure in town'.to-day."  "Thai     is     hi. rango I"    sulci     1.    ?"i-  i'<������!<-*rriipl>f-d   thr-mi  lo meet,  me."  Ai. ill In ilu:* ki at lorunaister .turned to  xnty "'liu-i'o is a telegram for Mi-Bv  V\->M*>, lying in 1 ho r>flir-t?/' ; he " voluri-  n*������*n*il* "ti Iimi* tifiMi iliei'o isiuc-o ye������-  tcrrfa^ rrifirnlng; an<l if it i������ yours  ilicj. wYit not 1<111 j.w I.Uiie'i you a're coui*  \ny, u.*d������y." TIhmi, s������-oiiig iny look  r>r' e(!!imij;n. hc Fifldv-il, "Thoir man will  in* iu >vnii t>n 11 ������������������ 1. kj uioi'd'ow, and when  Ju- r'f.iiM-i ('II tell him Hint, you are  h<-n*. W'*' iisno it bo-nrtllng-liouHf In  F,ll.:i ihhv vvlH-i'f* vou will bo kjif������������ htll  "l!H'-<>llil(M <H hl<-.    unit    i    jrU-OHK    VOU    i-lll,  I jjQt   up v. ii.ii   li   tur mn- ..uight.".  I l(������r,.!������-il at SBaiv audi Ml 10 |oi)k������*(l at  I tui', ;in-i linn w'.- both lauj/hr'd. The  I iin-fi h,iulli'd tak !*.,vii.|iat hy, anil tt lAtll*  i tUii', that had IwM) do'/.lng on 1ho |)li<f-  | foi lie vjtiu*-til-it, .md ir.LiM't. at mt1' with  ! .1 1 null*' rihiutti,r', nit I ha I. ftsuid, jilxlllCI'  { the'iri  \~-f)j>'r'., "I  Kild yi,i. ho."      A I. I a.ttl  I    /���������rill |/I'll     III,el    ei     Weill    ill     I llll*-   Cat I ill] til    *>.  Wh-ere the "I's" Have It  An   American   advertisement  the word "inside".as "msyde.*'  must  have been an accident  the elimination" of    the    "iM  really an American' tendency  spells  Tins  be cans*;  is    not  HalFs Catarrk Medicine -  Those wlio are hi a "run down" condition will notice Ihat Catarrh "bothers  them much more than -when they are in  good health. This Uxct proves that  while -Catarrh is 4i lo^ui disoase, it is  Kreatiy influenced by constitutional conditions. HALL'S CATARRH ^IBDt-  CINK is a Tonic and acts through the  blood upon lhe nvueous surfaces of the  body, thus reck)cing"the Inflammation and  assisting N"atutxs in restorins* normal conditions. ���������  Ail Druggists.      Circulars free.  V. 3. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.  Wiv-es     and     Mothers     ������-f    Deceased  Soldiers'   to    ReceJvts- jv'<cd.ai    Rs-  Z- ^ardless"off Date of Death        '  ���������-The iMemorial* Cross wiiich -heretofore ha's been avaTTable only to the"  wives and mothers of soldiers whose  deaths resulted from active service  prior _-to November 31tb, 1S20, will  now be "issued In respect ot any man  who dies as the result Of aottw-e service., regardless of tbe tlate of death.  A militia order1 has just"* been .issued  to this e������������ect,as ihe result of representations from the Ontario' Provincial  Command," G.XV-.V.A., strongly sup-  I>orted"5sr Capt. H. A'. Chad wick of tbe  Records - Branch, Department ol" National Defence.  The issue of the'.Memorial Ci.oss in  the first instance was prompted by  the desire o������ ihe nation to provide  some tangible recognition ol the sacrifice of mothers who gave iheir sous  in (lie defence of " the nation. - U  was also made available to the wives.  of married deceased soldiers, but the  issue was contingent upon death having occurred within two years of the  signing of the Armistice. . The new  regulation makes provision for the issue .ol the Cross to those eligible on  account of deaths which have occurred since November 11, 31)20, and  which were attributable to war service, and for such deatfis that may occur i*f- future.  The authorities have no means oi  securing accural e information concerning post-war deaths so it is necessary for those concerned ���������to make application to the department-for the issue-of the medal. In thecasesiof  soldiers who married after enlistment,  and whose deaths-occurred prior toor  after discharge, both the wife and the  mother are eligible to receive the  Memorial Cross. G.W.V.A. branches  will in future, as in the pa si,- provide  every assistance necessary, in this  and other respects,,to the .relatives of  deceased  sildiers.  ���������SB"  ������~������  ..Claims Canadian Record -  A two-year-old Guernsey heifer.  Violet of Cedar-Cove, bred by C. Hawthorne." of Cheam. B.C., has established a Canadian .record, it is claimed by  her owners. -In a 365-day test she  produced 31,051 pounds of.millc and  56? pounds of butter.  HEART WOULD BEAT  LIKE A  TRIP HA  E  The Right Man  "Strange you should c-ome to me  about your husband, madam. I'm a  horse doctor."  -  "That's all right. He's a chronic  kicker."  The Values ������f Colors  Cheapest of all Oils.���������Considering  life qualities of Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie  Oil it is the cheapest of aJl prepara-  tions- offered, to *he public. J t is to  be found in every di-tig*''store in Canada from coast to coast and a]l -coun-  trystmerchants_,Jceetf it-fpr .sale. - So,  beiilgfeasi ly^roeurables arid .'extremely moderate in price, no one should be  without a "bottle of it." . -  It "takes fori;^'.men  twelve  monlhs  to "break up a modern warship.  Some 1.0,000,000 eels������"are sold in the  London, market every year.  Hints   for   Selecting    Wallpapers   ior  Every Room  ��������� In   choosing   wallpapers   ancl   hangings it is useful to    know    the    value  of different colors.  Yellow, for instance. ^--enlarges  things. A room pa.pered in yellow  looks larger than it really is. It  gives a glint of sunlight to a darh  room.  Blue is a color which contracts a  room.    Some shades are .rather: cold.  Red gives a feeling ot richness.  It show^ ihe positive ,size of an  apartment.  Pink    allied    to  white .paint is  an  excellent selection for a bedroom. 1  -1 Brown is good for a living-room.  '"Crtey is -an' unpretentious color  which harmonizes 'beautifully with  almost any other hue���������mulberry,  pea'coclt blue or primrose.        - *  Heart trouble has -uiJate yea������-s become very prevalent. Sometimes a  pain catches you- in the region ot the  heart, now and then "your heart skips  beats, palpitates, throbs, or beats with  such rapidity and violence you thinls  it Is going to burst.  You have weak and dizzy spells,,  sinking sensations,* are nervous, irritable and "depressed, and if you attempt "to walk upstairs or any distance  you get all out of 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  .     MIL-BURN'S  "  HEART AND   NERVE  PILLS  Mrs. Cliadwick, Delhi, Ont,, writes:  ���������"1 had palpitation of the heart, and  the least exercise, such as going upstairs or up" a hill, my heart -would  beat like a trip-hammer and at times  I was dizzy-headed and had u sinking  sensation as iL 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 66th year I feet liko a young  girl; no dizziness or heart-thumping.  and can walk miles without fatigue,.  At time of sickness I weighed 120 lbs.  now I weigh 150."  Price 50c a box at all" dealers, or  mailed direct on receipt o! price by  The T. Milburn Co., J-eimitedj Toronto',  Ont.  course     js  t he     board-  Co rrect  Farmer -   Gray.���������"What  your daughter taking at  ing schooir"  Farmer Green.���������"Blessed if I kin  remembei*, but I think it"? cosmetics."  UJRW  Sun Wind 'ousi'^ Cinders  REC0MNfeN0EIH������ft.SOLD:Bi/,.DnUGGISTS"������������o'OPTICIAM$  Write For Free Eve BooK.'MUrine co. Chicago  V  !H.  .I'm.  nn   'I^'ii-ti  '   P},P.:  *���������*,       MlkC.-e  I   1    $ I I I  :   11 I I e I  e I e I       till.. . I i . il?.,    ] 1 I I 0l 1 ��������� --   , el'   I i.  "VVII'luIn  WtiWiiiiiP ������vlln1iirvt e,  1  WARNING!     Always say "Bayer5" when you buy Aspirin.  Unless you see name "Bayer" on tablets, you are not getting  Aspirin at all.    Why take chances?  Accept only an unbroken "Bayer" package which contains directions and close  worked out by physicians during 22 years and proved safe by million^ for  Colds Headache       Neuralgia       Rheumatism  Toothache       Neuritis Lumbago       Pain!  Pain  !������-������''       ;     '<.-..������������������ if**,''';*;".*.    .^^ .��������� " ������������������ . 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"���������-���������.*.,.'-���������.������������������-.-  lj*eii,^5|"rS!ax ���������the^Ee'deraI*"\Gp\*e'm-  ,;ni^it  '^WPr:  * v"'7^1te;|^lis^^tet5:haa * ena'cte-tti^L-la-w-  *^re^iriiigP:aj^;*?*an^al' ^^jiqff ?o'E'^,w;o'i  ���������: ^iiefcsi!*p^i|f%^iia y������&^ ^ll^.'i^-ustiiais  ������������������? '������������������y^mPpPZmpjjPkP:.^ ��������� p?,  ??���������-. r{gh&"i policje; com mis sion has:; r.e'Hisfe'd-'  .':: ;to*'&eevoke' ''tfee'rorder" i or vthfe: "s tfiet'^n-*  ';: fotcein^atl1'' ''���������o)i^ii^JJp^^0^^������^t0ri  '-��������������������������� Victoria^'.; -B#|*.jte^f'..^*"^^^***;?^' fl .:,.. Z:  ZZ: -iQL&o,efa&l$eTApaffi  /tno^noe^'.^-_;tLfe;': ^appointiibent^of: teonik-  . K^slliig^S^s-si^^-e-JBp lsltesrikv.; i*ej������res*e n^.*-.:  ��������� tative*';ia "Don-don,"; as ' Soviet 'amhassa-  v.dor; to;;';G.-erniian.yr':-,;:"iyrppy :'-;ZZ ll?.i?.ZP.  The *csuiibassado-i-������;Cou^*eiI -has -.or-deer***:  "���������: -mrl   .t.ivc* ' TS.iv icrixvi Qvv.^triJWTjSii.wrvvr-ictt. .. tjx ��������� wv-rxj-  ..-. xrxm ...ixxxxr  . 0-r-0 i������t tr...AUx. ...  V* *-"  ��������� ^^^ ^..���������00, xr xm tl ��������� . '..XXr      fir,  xr. .,  ' ceed. ialnniediately ?':yiith*;* :the;,* disatan a-  n������ent*,<>f.'Tth������ Wraln-gel  troiops on.l-iBia.l-.fi  garia n"-. terri tor V, and: the f ilissolu taon iyof  their /liiilitary'organizations;,;.  PiJifiitoMMJ:  Z; Wothing\*'is. morfe'*'<?ommdn*::*iH;y*child-  .;hopd;'*:than:: indigestion..';:, Z^othtngPiS:  more'itla'nge'ro.iiS:- ;to".;;" prober ' grqwtli,;  -ntp^et^reafcening-rto tiie constitution for  .more likely to pave the wajl to':datigr  tei-ptts; "jdisekse...;. 1: Fully, ^in^tenthsfv^pf.  iialii:iihp- minor i!is::o^;ciiildhpodr^  ;;t^e^Vrooy'..la'';**dig*e*^fl^  f^ab;y*^**QwK*f.;T&b  .'trouble t py^hrPi^. tl^vW'proy edf. o������, '$3^B0Z:  in.Zihbu&jiaas '. qiZixomes,^f:*;*;Cpncemingf  '{thgna ;:M������-s..^-tfos*;;f,Eun*^tte,*r'^i^^  :Concepti^.f;;*:Qu:e^; Trrites:''** '^ "babiy.}  fy/as a-gre'at-suffe  ��������� h at;*:fei������e .;l^able jbs^soon ��������� set:-3i<BriijB&t*te  ho-wyX'JW&i^&SiiifyS^^  BaKyfs. .Own* Tabj^f^^^is-pl^  *cirie:rileaiers ;or -by^malthat������25.*':'Cen1:s:'"a-  ; box . from Tliej Di;^ A^i|lia,8S������s' Medicine  * Go .*;.: -Brockvi lle;*: On-fi.** P'- -Pp'J  ^^  . Z Mill er's" Worm Ppwclets are- tlie me-  dJcihe" for; 'cliitdreEt who ;arefpund.suffering i'rom^ the* *ra-vages ;-'.'o'E-:; wbrhisV  They immediat&Iyi-a^tex-ftJae stomachic  .conditions under fwliich ; they., worrbs  ;sub&lst''rand drive them .from;; the /sys-  teni^uaad^ 'at;*th'e" sairie 'ttme,* they' are  .toaical in their effect' upoir���������' the;;"dig;ea-  tiye^organs;* restoring" them to ^-ealtla-  . _   . u.   -   --L    -j-,      rial -operation and* ensuristg immunity  many ffoi- 569,000:lire all Oermanfiytop-j jqause   '      "'"*  ' "'*" italy^seized; dttiftngjitiiW  itiiM^*-^  immmm������i  ii������ill#  :'*-liPW  ditring^ the:������rwar  ^vhiclr;has;.already been j 1 As. a* rermicide. an excellent prepar-  ^on ������s jSfol her. -Graves' Worm Exter-!  mi natoiv - Ithsis saved Ibe Hvfes of:  couritlessvchildren. -P?? ������������������"-*->���������������������������;;*. P:-J.i?.       \-wssy  ''   i.  S&SisiSSsSl&s;  I^3i3?|g:S3i!  n  "������?~8  erty in  except some  -converted toivpubjic uti^ lyhah  saved   the 'lives' of]      ���������'Frinige'l ������������������ ..There: is notliing aew a-bout fringed    It has 'been us^d in^every  .ae^tcH,ta..*^ ^pnt.le%ss*:-:ch1ldriBn:'^v;,-������������������������������������;-:���������:���������;:���������-*-V\^^^^^  'R^yZZ.n:PiFy:-P:^Z:?^K-Z:rLZlP "t: '������������������ ���������������������������""'��������� '"''. ���������':''".''  "'-;��������� :'''"';* .'"'."'      [won in our affections' tliat-,vref must laaye'at least a bit oC it on some garment  The^firSE "jSwi^h 'MunldtpaT "BOlid: is- pastern-Syndicate l_ea&es ���������;- Oil i_ands jin our wardrobe^"; On the overblouse pf spring it lends an attraeti've finish  sue ih histd|-y.-amOuhtLiig. to ������SO,000, -twenty-five* htmdred. acres oE. land ]to the bottom, as well as;to the s5e*eves> ��������� It gives a suggestaonr of grace to  Tias been-authorized by the Palestine 1 at Pouce Coupe have been secured un- j-wh'atever it embeHishes.   . "  Government, for the township off Tel-1 der oil leases by an "eastern syndicate,] And leathers!      As elaboration their use dates back no further t>aa the  Avisi, the-self-contained Jewish muni-j incorporated under the  laws  ol Que-^Garden of Eden, but Milady 1922 affects them as often as she possibly can  clpaiity near Jaffa-      The obligations^ bee.      It is said that the-'syndicate is and loves them just as "deariy as did Eve.      - '  are secured by taxation, the bonds be-   a   close   corporation,   and   that   exten- ^either is  there anything partfcularly novel* in the matching of tiie hat  ing issued at 6 per cent., VepayaJble in j si ire- development Svork will be under- ^and  the bag, hut it 5s a pleasing'fanes*" and one -which  *m**      J--00j%.m.m  ������>���������-  [ taken during ihe comlug season.  [when March goes out iifce a.'2amb.  -���������is revived aaaually  ���������?yfl amfsp ,happy-f over*.;wiiat-Tanlac ':'  hits:-,;;dbne   for-:;_; mejl:caix hardlyf fin-dT  ;woi^;^io;:?e;spre^.;'-::my:*.-pra  ;Miss*^*Mai'gueHtevfflC.!':f,0'teai-y^ '��������� 'who'  HveS;;:-with^.;;her* parents^ at 1223.^ Chest- ..  nut -i St Zi Kea'ding.f Pa;;.';-^' 'i;.' wasn't exact*-/ -  ly*;what;would be called;���������';'sick,Vbut for  a i y earTl;jhad [ -been,fall i fiin  dowix dnd  sbi3aetim���������s^ felt: so Weak and-.jriiserable  L;,<;c)uld,t;hairdly,*.l������old,Jui)i^:say .:h.ea.d. ;:'*>:***f ^;  'was^,s���������6.f���������ne^.s^*<*^s" .fthev'^elephpne ;-beli rOri?  a door closing would; startle; oaie so I"  w^al4 tremBIeflik-es'ia leaf. ZZZ^Z-..ZZ  ? i"t; nefede*4.rf**'s*Q;i^*at^njg.*^  and: give me-strength aniLeaergyi and  t hat. is;'. exactly: '.'^lmiZyr,^\kcy4^Zp-'Zi-ttZ.  gavje me a "fine appetite ^and^^ improved i  nay digestion.     I gained eight pounds,  the cplor came back: to my facci my  nerves becanie normal and I soon felt  as well as I ever did in my life.     It is;  simply wonderful that medicine could.'  make such a. big{change in any one;  My friends and neighbors are siirpris-  ed: when  they   see  rbe^aoW,   and  no  wonder, for I look like a difierent person.       Tanlac  is   grand- and  I  never  intend to nilss a chance io say a good  word about it."  Tanlac is sold'b}' all good druggists.  tjjr  '������  % ? L-f  ttLWiLaji  - ..pa,-'-  Muff"-'".  '''^'Wftffy/zz  zthi  iffl������Z'f  "h-"l,  from Nature?is storeliouse  G  OOD   ol ci   M o ther   Natu re   has  placed  in-^hieait^nd.fvbai-ley-:^h<������^  w.'onderful food ,piiipper|tes;^ibie1l:^wiid:  and $uetas n Eife aad health _  Many  so-called^V^ftSefl'$  robbed of vitaleiemeiUs which the body  needs.  Grape-Nuts���������that famous wheat and  ^barley: food���������brifigs yoii all -the natural  '^'{jtdb'dhesd^ tVirm ^:  with a crispjne^fc att& flavor that charm  the appetite.  '"*'":Ytj"u.r'wEll "Bad,'. .CJtap^'Nulsf.'an,Jdeal  dish for breakfast or^ supper-tame.  Ready'to JservcfTro'iii" the package, with  cream or good milk,  Order   Grape-Nuts  grocer today.  fe-N'utis:  M*������������dl������fl,l|������^ CT������t'-ni-Mi>r|<!ii������������m' t*f*������tttm\ Cte^wl C^mp^wTy,,'LlwrtllipsI  WJrtdvor,, OfttMtrio  frocii    yomr  thfe Body Biiildfet  ���������ir-     ';,,'    ii.* J-i;- "   ' ������������������eit'e-ni-eumi. .-1  ���������'���������',:     ,,'MhSArtVfl  "There*������, &  Reason**  iMMiJWWMl^lMMWMMMwWMIl'vn'Wfc  mm~4i* ***4ti,i,t,u,4^t*mi+t4tm**00m  ���������!&$&&*  *���������'���������**, *  **i*<**H>t*J*+tt+*m1m*m,  ���������Vi'tJV'  A Few of the World's Lofty Peaks  Some     of     Nature's     Most    Gigantic  Works Along Line -of C-P,R.  The Canadian Pacific JRocktes comprise some of Nature's most gigantic  works. " This can better be visualized when It Is said that in the various  mountain ranges that make up the  Canadian Pacific .Rockies, there are,  according to Government measurement, no less than 598 mountain  peaks oye c 5.000 feet'. in height -above  sea level. The -government list include only those peaks -which bear  tiaiftes, and It does not profess to include the innumerable mountains that  have not been named or measured.  Of those listed there are 512 over  7,000 feet, 405 over 8,000 feet*. 291 over  9,000 feet, 147 over 30,000 ��������� feet, 44  over 11,000 feet,* 3 over 12,0������M>*foet aud  1 over 13,000 feet. "  A great many of these majestic  peaks are 'visible t'roru the train, while  others may be explored at leisure during the stay at the many beautiful  resorts stich as' Baiifif, Lake Impulse  and'Glacier.  _   "  Low summer tourist tickets are on  sale daily to Vancouver, Victoria :������ud  other Pacific Coast points; which  allow Btop-over at any -or air of the  mountain resorta.  Tho trip through., tho Cabadiau Paci-  flc RoolcLea to the Paclflo Coast rankB  among Hie finest in the world/ wttb j  nature alt laor beat iJUrlri^ the.aumtuer  months.  Four U-ans-eoukinentai trains each  wp.y daily will be operated by tho  Cana'tllan PadQc. Itntlway t-Bsls aunictittr  through the Rockies, each ertulpp-od  wltii open top observation* cars. This  servico nvlll Include CdtkafJIa'Hi nh������sl  aatl .f'HaleHl. t'uiuH-nroatiaeEitul muiu  "Tlie Tfttri'a-Cttnada Limited."  In certain pavf-4 of Russia Ihw mull  ig carried by buffaloea. %]his animal  is i>lc]w<S for the service because oi  hla very flat feet, which enables, him  to traroi where horst>B would HloEc.  Mlnjrd'a        Llniownt  LiejimbdrniJir*.^  Soidier Settlors fincrease Acreage  Last year's ero������;e acreage put its  soldier settlers under the- Soldier Settlement .Board will be increased thij;  year hy more thaa iOjOOO acres, according to thS" District Superintendent  of the Board. -The acreage tilled last  year "by soldier settlers was 120,000  acres, and this year It is expected to  exceed 160,000 acres.  No matter how deep-rooted the corn  may be, It must yield to Holloway'a  ���������Corn Remover if used as directed.  Telephones In the ���������f'TTnitedVSb&tert  average one to every eight persons or.  every two families.  Australia is  ducer of wool.  the'world's largest pro-  MQMEy ORDERS  ,Dominion   Kx*>res������   Money   0������r<!<*rs   nre*   on  ���������..le ia ttvc  tli(������usand otticcs  throud^iout Can-.  .ftila.  M';-'  . , r������R Bu rn is..,. So ws, G m( s ,${<c. y-,-i  Gbt Free Sapnp/Q/vo/.. YourPrugQiskt  book: on  EK>0������   IMStOARra  nnd  How   to Fooil  M������ll������������l   Firo-ft   <* ran*/  Addr^������������ liy th*  Awl hor  ii.  tu:.A������ (jrijova-nx  c*o    r vets* .woiV.'ai-tff  ������������*..  Now  York,   UfJ.A.  Acua rScum  Pione������r-  ]_*������������������    N.    V.  UZ&  ��������� it- 1  M&  WATER NOTICE  USE AND STOS4SE  Take notice that Canyon City Lumber Company. Limited, whose address  is Creston," B.C., will apply fra- a  License to Sake atid use of Ten (IS) aere  feet, and to store Ten <10) acre fe^fc ������>f  water out of North Branch of Floyd  Creek, which, flows south and drains  into Goat River about one mile from  dam, The storage dam will be located  at the-Company's mill on Lots 209 and  210 of Lot 8!2. The capacity ������f the  reservoir is abont Three (3} acre feet,  and ifc will flood about three-quarters  acres of land. The water will be  dammed in the stream at the Company's mill, and will be need for mill  pond, steam and domestic purposes  upon the millsite.. described es Lots  209 and 210. I>.L. 812, G.I., K.D.  This notice was posted on the  the ground ott the 17th day of May.  1922. A copy of this notice and an  application pursuant, thereto anil to  t-he Water Act, 1914. will be Hied in  the olSce of the Water Recorder at  Nelson, B.C, Objection to the application may be filed with the said  Water "Recorder, or with the CVmip  troller of Water Rights. Parliament  Bui]dings, Victoria, B.C.. within thirty  days after tne-' first .appeara nee of this  notice lo ajjocal, newspaper.  caS tfdircrrr lumber  COMPANY. LTD.. Applicant.  By CHAS. O. RODGERS, Agent.  The  date of tbe fh-st publication   of  this notice is May 19.1922.  WAFER NOTK2&  DIVERSION AND USE  THE CRESTON REVIEW  -Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C.  Subscription : $2.50 a yeas- in advance*  $3.00 ���������o U.S. points.  C F. Hates, Editor and Owner*.  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, JUNE 9  Win from Kaslo  Lose to Wycliffe  -    ������������������   '���������"        M*m*������     a    ^f     JL^k*  ������,������  We are featuring everything i& Boys' Apparel this week.  RAothers .will find otir stock of boys' wear very cionaT^letea  Boys' Underwear  ���������"-  ��������� Take notice that Charles Orin Rodgers,  whose addres3 Is Creston, B.C., will apply for  a license to take and use 50 acre feet and 300  Rations daily of water out of Hatf CreekvTvhich  Hows south-westerly and drains into Bykert  Creek, about one and a ialf miles.  The water will be diverted frem the stream  at a point on No. 1 branch, about 1235 teetnorfch-  westerly from the N.B. corner of Lot 662.. also  about 900 feet due soutbiof N.E- corner ot Lot  662 ou No. 2 branch.* A3so oniNo*.;.3 "branch.fft a  poiut 200 feet due east of east boundary of Lot  662, said point being* about 1646 feet due south  of N.lCcorner of said Lot 662, and will be used  for irrigation and domestic purposes upon the  land described as Lot 9B2, G-l, Koorenay  District.  ' .     -. .-       .-... ,-...-.~r.,P-,.:..-'..     _.  This notice was posted on tne geound on the  8th day of May, 1922. A copy of this notice and  and an application pursuant therefcoand to the  "Water Act, 1914," will be flled in the offle. of  Water Recorder Recorder at Nelson; Objections to the application may be filed with the  said Water Recorder or with tbe Comptroller  of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C. withintbirty days after the first appearance of this, notice in  a lopal  newspaper.  -���������' CHAS. O. %6S(~~~0~M, Applicant.  Date of tbe-first publication of this notice is  May 12,1922.  WATi  DIVERSION ANoWslE  Take  notice that   Charier  ���������whose address ia Creston, B.C.,  ' Rodgers,    ppiyfora  license to take and "use'500 gallons daily  of  Orin  -willapi  Creston fans had their   first   opportunity   to   see   the   Creston   baseball  team iu   action against fast company  t the end of the   week .and   in   both  cases the  showing was quitt^satis,faet-1  ot-y.    On Saturday afternoon, plavlng;  eased up in   the   final   three   frames,  they trimmed K.-islo  12 to 9 with aii  innings to the good,   but   on    Sunday'  the Wycliffe aggregation' were wrrfn-'i'  ers to the extent of 14 "fco 10.      Idea].  weather " conditions    prevailed,   and  there was a large turnout  of spectat  o;-s at both games.  In the clash with Kaslo���������the Creston  nine jumped into the lead in the open-  ing stanza and weee never headed,and  h-sd not an s!������i::s-?d ankl? neeeb^i tsii.su  the removal of Bleumenauer frptti the  mound at the end of the fourth the  beating would' have been more decisive. Kimberley, who replaced "him,  was equally as effective, but the  shuffle thus necessitated in the in Held,  weakened the defensive play of Crest  on quite considerably.  Cockle pitched good'enough ball to  have made the score much' closer but  his * infield support was wobbly  throughout, while the heavy artillery,  hardly performed up to lust year's  standard. The outfield was quite re  liable, however,' and certainly Garland's catching was fequal tohis^besfc  -previous effort. Abey was the Babe  Ruth of the day���������both of his tallies  being circuit 3rives.   -  ..  . - -Both at the bat a nd in the field  Creston's play was the best' see n here  for seyeral years;, ?. In the fifth ragged  woik in the infield was responsible for  Kastofc big innings. .Taylor has not  got his batting eye working yet, but  he was the only one in the lineup that  Cockje was really efreetiye against.  The playefs and score:  Boys' Balbriggan Combinations,  short sleeves, knee lengths, $1.25 suit.  Boys  H  $1.25 up.  Overalls  bhia striped  Denim  fross  Boys9 Overall Union Suits  Khaki >nd Blue tDenim9 nicely  trimmed with red drill, at 1^50 to $1.60  per suit. -  Boys* Shirts  Blue Chambray, special 75c. each.  Khaki Drill Shirts, good wearing  quality, at $1.25.  Dress Shirts and Shirt Waists at  85c. and $1.35.  Boys' Knickers  Khaki Drill Knickers, 1.50, $1.60.  Tweed Knickers In'.good assort-  ment of fancy tweeds and homespvns,  from 2.25 to $3.75.  DRY GOODS Special���������400 yds. English Ginghims ^Ej*  to elear at, per yard- ��������� dLmSv  ODD SAUCERS SpeciaJ���������A quantity of odd    HEp $&j  Saucers in several fancy designs to  clear at ��������� &~i������%& lltfur  ^water out of unnamed spring or pond the ov$r*  flow of which, -flows westerly and drains irsio  nortii-westerlsr portion of Section 9, about.lialfi  mile north-westerly.  This w&fcefc- wfltie diverted from the. stream  at a point aboufSO������ feet east of theS. W1. eorner*  of the northerly eo seres of the N.W. quarter of:  Section 9, and .-win fhe used for domestic purposes ������poa the land described as northerly SO  acres of N.W. quarter See. 9. G 1, Kootenay  District.  This notice was flrst posted on the ground on  the 8th day of May, 1922.. A copy of this notice  and an application pursuant thereto and to the  "Water Act. l9Li." will be flled in the oflflce ef  the Water Recorder at >Tqlson. ., Objections tb  the application may tie flled wi$h the said  Water Recorder or with the Comptroller" of  Water Rig:hts. Parliament Buildings, Victoria,  B.C., within thirty days after the flrst appear  ance of this notice in a local newspaper.-  ��������� CHAS. O. RODGERS, Applicant.  Date of the arst publication of this notice is  May 12,1922.  ORESTON  lTeif6vd.Zc~.-m  Atkinson, 2b..���������  RomaiKi,   If .  Maxwell, cf..00.-..  I~>s-gt Sh~  Bleumauer,   p   !Vf������-Kelvey, lb...  T .\ lor, rf .   Kimbei-Jey, ss  0  KASLO  4 Abey, 'cf.... ..... 3  l- Skilltcorn, -ss.  1  1 Garland, c  I  ���������0 Goodwin, If.  i  2 Vaisaace, 2b....... 2  2 Nelson, lb...  0  1 murchison. 3b.���������. 1  1 Hewat, cf &~... 1  Cockle, p....������������������_.. *0|  12 *   ~9  Ojeston 3  Kaslo J  1  2  0  3  2  0  3  0  0  0  0  0  0  x  2  32  Am  Shoo &ml Mat&e&&  Men's Half Soles, fthgfi  Women's Half Soles, $1.00  Guaranteed for 6 months.  Secondhand Store in connection  ; with bmsmeat-  aeammmaaggggmi  Peak, who caught "a furnished gamt������,  and also has the distinction of hitting  out the'ionly hortie nih clout of the  session.: ;The ������utli<*ld - showed up well,  hut. bptiJviGt'ee*0 wiy 'Jind Ferko had an  off day afc third and in the shortfSeld.  The * players suid-..seorer -"-.���������"���������-       'Z"'-ZZ'  jOkESTON       ,  Telford.^ ...���������..,.. 0  Atkinson, 2b.:... 3  Homann. If..���������.... 2  Maxwell,  cf _���������L 2  LcJjiB,...9>_e_Tl^-*.'g.  Ble uiu auer, ss.. Q-  McKelvey, lb���������. 0  Taylor, rf _^T 0  Kinsber!s������y',  p.���������" 1  WYCLIFFE  ���������Sreenway, 3b���������.. 2  McPeak. c... ��������� 2  Ferko, ss. "2  Olark,  lb���������.���������. 2  : X^ewis, p .... 0  Crowe, 2b ... 2  F&rhes, cf.............. 2  W.  Staples, rf.... 1  E. Staples, If���������j.���������. 1-  C reston 1  WycIiffe..O  0  6  .10  .4-  I  0,  0  1  0  6  1  0  2  4  2  0  2  1*  io  14  With thetwtj fstifiF workouts Creston Had over the weett-end, and; with a  week for ; the crippled to get-.hack to  flh'-SSZ the match with 'Tabk on Su n-  d������F afternoon should''be the best yet  Is there any  Meat in  the  House?  ThCB ia the flr������t -ques-  tfon that preBentw itwelf  to thc housewife if an  unexpected vinitorrTropn-  En for a meal. But why  worry ?  shamrock Brandi  Hams and Bacon  Finest  Quality  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  Bologna, <Stc.  n.ekf>   nhvayn   Its  h������r������".    In Hj<iat������  fjulto erpialH "Shnn-nrocli  prorlnotH,  be   had  nr������-thiij^  U ii M i  Inability.to   hit   when   hits   meant  runs, coupled  with   what* little   luck  there    was    to   the "game Agoing   to  Wycliffe,   in.    some   measiue   helped  Wj'cliffe to the 14-10  victory it batted.  out on Sunday afternoon.    Too, Kim  berley found the~ pitching  of  half   a  game on Saturday quite a handicap'in  ^negotiating   a  full ."nine,. innirtiB i%h*  following day, and  with Bleuinenauer  favoring the ankle* he twisted in the  Kaslo   game   ^Oreston   bets   qnite   an"  efficient ulibi to offerffir tlie tiiimning  ; received afc the hands of WVeltiffe.  I i., The Sundny fgame fiirnlwhed by far  Ithe best   opportunity   to   g;aBij������e   ,t.!,KJ  ability    of   the    locals   both   on   the  offense and defense, and with the pnwa  ible exception of the rccciylug department certainly Wyciiife was little the  Bupirior.    In the outfield Maxwell aud  Romania were right nt home,, ths former gathering in  all the high ones Into  hla territory   without   a   miatt.   while  both be and Romano  were prominent  ut the bat.      BfdKelvey had n slightly  off dav, bub afc that the  Oreston inner  workn vvcresom-ewhttt' biro   better   of  the visiting infield.      Atkinson had a  buay day at aecond  but waa equal Ut;  every  occasion,     Bleumeoauer. with  nn injured ankle,   flekled   iBreditably,  while Bili Ij<mg at third rounded out  an tnfleld that fche  fans watched with  confidence���������-and    were    Beldom   dlsa-  appolnted.   Atkinson  not only second  b.tj.ed in bt������]]iu'fawhiom, but waw* eipial-  ly prominent ut   the   bat,   getting   o.  couple of triple** on bis flrnb two fcrfpn  to the plate.    Luck whuclearly aguEnut  KUuheiivy.      in   the   ilwu   lumingu in  which he waw Hcored uguliiHb  It lu ������afn  I to nay In tour of   them   the  coon term  ctunc  after the llrwfc two  men to fae������  him had   bnen r������itlred.      In tlio ulnlli  hc tV4M������ rcpla-c^d hy Klko,  amowc-fMuei"  jrnricher, who 3������/iH h wondPtfiil mIiow of  jwpeed and  who,   whon   Im   condltloiri,  1 should emike a    wi-Icoiiki   Mdditilotw   to  the pitching nlnfj,  For  Wycl3'iT������   th������i ouUtanitiHg |������������.)i'-  f^rmei- WiiH onr nM Meim! ''Tiiff11* Mc-  Creston's School  rt  Division I.���������G.P. Smith, Principal,  Highest standing:      JKnirrthce Class  ���������Edith Davies. Hnlph'.'&wahspiv Dettn.  peairs.    Fourth Reader,���������Helen Modre,  James Oherrusgton, B^rt Quist.  ��������� , Perfect attendance���������MargueriteBen-  pney, Ollie Christie, Ijjdith Davies,  jHLerbert Manuel, Joyce, Moore, Aiin-  at'Gtta McDonald, Alister Hoss?, Ivan  Staples. Albert Sherwood, Gladys  j^Pebster, Harry "Webster, George  Winch, Harold Payne.'  Division II,���������F. B. Pearce. Teacher*  }'. Higheat standing: Senior Third���������  Tad Bush, Eileen Hbridy, Charles  Cotterill, Junior Third���������W J Ilium  Manuel, Harold Speerti and Claren.ce  Staples equal.  Perfect attendance���������Edith Wilson,  Harold Speertf, Alea, Hendeiaon,  Lealie Boffey, Ted Bu������h, Charlie Cott*  crill, lioniau Nickel, Ruth Kennedy,  Nadine Bell, William Manuel, William  Buah, Fred Chilatie, .Fumes Leamy,  Isloyd Couling, JLlly lyilaon, . Bilci-n  Hendy, fjlly Lewis/Mvrtlo Taylor.  Divibion II I. ���������M Isa Da v IdBOrt.Toachor  Highe*������fc standing: Junior Third-  Marion McDonald, Muriel Oatway,  Arthur Onullng. Senior Second���������  Xiimva Holmoa, Jean McCreath, Dora  Spratt.  '   . ���������''/  I'erfecfc afctcmdan<50���������Iiophlna An-  dronnw, Arlelgh Bird, Hva Bolton,  Bitu ChftiHtie, Arthur Couling, Letty  Oo-i'illngf Lionel Downo������, CuthB-rlnc  ISmbie-e,, Limra H-I'olmeo, .Ada' Lewis,  lOtlud I^nvin, Joan McCVeatb, Chnrllo  Moure* .Madeline Mooi-e, Walter Nick  ������1, Jack NcvtilH, Muriel OttUvy, Verne  Olnen, Riindcll Payne, IJUjiUt Thump���������  wrm, Arkliuf VV������b������t������i% MarlBUlloDon*  a3d.  XUvjbion IV���������MIwm Moore, Tonolier.  |*Hjj-h������.^t wi updlng;:   Jtssj|������r Scco-tasS  Betty f3piHDj-M. Mary  Gemdwln-,   Mary  filial].      Fii-Hb    Reader��������� Heth    We������t,  K i-i th tee ci    MttWHun,    Hobort    Dntkn.  Second Primer���������Earl Christie, Lillian  Trevelyan, Frances Moore.  * Perfect afctendn nee���������Freddy Alder-  son, Harold Beninger, Bar! Christie,  Levi Doble, Robert Dunn, Wellman  Rollins, Mary Goodwin. Hazel .fl.op-  wodd Frances Lewis, Kathleen Mawson/ . Mervyh Oatway������ Befch West,  Hiretl Milltd-.   "        j-  Division V.���������Miss Verreau.Teacher.   .  Highest standing: First Primer  A���������rRonald Gibbs. Eric Bennett, Dorothy. Dunn. First Primer B^rJFay  Bliss, Kate., Payne, Arthur -Specs*.  Receiving Class���������Margaret Blinco,  Herbert Coulipi;, Tom Crawford.    - .  ���������Perfect attendance���������Lvnn^l^gszej;-,.:  Eric Bennett, Joan Hilton, Albert  Hendy, Jack Gibbs. Maifjbrie Lear*  mouth, Frances Lewis,- 'Mary Maidne������:  Lloyd Olsen, Jav Bliss, Andrew Miller,  Rojland 'Miller, Hiiber-fe* \Vest,' Sljobea-t  Benninger. Tona Crawford. Sydney  Fisher. Arthur Speers, Allan Speers.  Gordon Grande, Shirley Olson, Amy  Webb. :���������"'".''.  Loyal Orango Lodge, No. 2095  ���������"..   Meets THIRD THURSDAY of  each - month    at    Mel-cant������le  Hall.   Visiting brethren cordi-  .   ally invited.     .��������� ������,  ERIC OLSON, W.M  JPosi. Sale���������Purebred ^Holstein cow,  will freshen in a few dluys. Also fewQ  horses, one about 1400 and other 1000  lbs, gentle, and will drive single or  double.   Alex. Mirabelli. Creston.  FRUIT LAND FOR SALE  Ten acres fine fruit land for sale,  half mile from- station, easy terms.  MONRAD WIGEN. Wynndel. B.C,  Ranch for Rent on cash basis, or1  sale on tasty terms.  SWANSON, Creston  Suryeys and Plans of all Descriptions^  u������re  R. Lainbnfc's Office  CRESTON. BC.  Per Gali>ii.  45c.  A. COMFORT  ���������*  BY BURNING THE SAPLINGS  OF TO-DAY  r*\Tm^ymr,rm%'^%\~*' Tiir* ������������������*���������% mi'i? g* >'B"g>  DESTROY THE FORESTS--  OF TO-MORROW  v.  I  I  mtm  wen  matmamtm^mmMummtttmimttHmm  we if".-  THBCBESTCK   BEVIEW  zfj.jy:  Local and Personal  horse.  W.  Bicycle Fob.Six.E^-C.CM.'bicycle. {  good as new.   A bargain for cash sale.  T- Leaman, Ores ton-  Fok 'SAX.B���������3������-:nch Ss!  work harness, also work  O. Davis, Kitchener.  Friday was the hottest day the Valley has experienced this year-the mercury hitting S3 in thi-  shade that day.  Interior painting and kalaomining,  also outside painting, orders executed  neatly fuel promptly.  Crestou.  Mr. Hutchinson of  one of the Van-  con yer branches, arrived on   Monday,  ! and succeeds Miss Heath   as cashier afc  the Bank of Commerce.  F. Wareham,  Mr. and  Mrs. Thos.  were Oreston visitors  at bhe end  D. Mead.  Todd of Fernie  a couple of days  of the week, guests  of G.  You will aaye one-third on the cost  o' feeding hogs by using Burns' digest-  fcive tankage. For sale by T. M. Ed-  m< >ndson.  Commencing this week the Union  fe cl wju ehouse will in future be open  every Saturday eyt-ning from 7 until  9.30Vclock.  The vital statistics for "May show  but one birth���������a boy���������and one death.'  There was no  local demand whateyer  xOV ui&i~Tttfg6 ������JCSijS������?5. **  W. J. E. Biker of Nelson, the pro  yincial water rights branch engineer,  was here on an, official visit at the end  of the week, looking over some of the  new irrigation schemes in the Alice  Siding section. -  FOR QUICK SALE  Ostto&OB-i -Oity  Horse and harness', 1700 lbs*. $125.  Horse and harness for light work, $50.  Wood saw���������drag saw and circular,  two in one���������best m B.U., $2250 takes it.  K. 3. Chambers (Canyon), Erickson,  P.O.  land Aef Amae^saarsfs  Minimum price of first-class land  reduced to $5 an acre; second-class to  -  f3.&Q an acre.  Pre-emption   now   confined   to mur  veysd lands only.  Records will tie granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purpose?  and -which ts non-timber land.  Partnership pre-emptions abolletied.  but parties of not more than four may  ,  arrange "..for .Tadjacent-* .preemptions *-  with Joint residence, but each making  necessary improvements on respective  ctatma. , *  Pre'-emptors must occupy claims for  five years enifc-malsa improvements. te  value of $10 per acre. Including clearing and cultivation of lit least 5 acres  before receiving crown Grant.  Where ^pre-emptor~in occunatton not  iess than 3 years, and .has made proportionate improvements, he may, because of Ill-health, or other cause.- be  granted Intermediate certificate of Improvement and transfer his claim.  Records without permanent residence may be issued, provided appll-  -Qant makes improvements to extent ol  f 300 per annum, and records same each  year. Fallijlre to'make Improvements  or record fiame will operute aa forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained in  less than 8 years, and Improvements  of 910.00 per acre.-including 5 acres  cleared , and cultivated,^ and residence  of at least.2 years are required, A  Pre-emptor holding Crown grant  may record another pre-emption, if he  requires land In conjunction with his  farm, without actual occupation, provided atatutory improvements made  -und k*eBl<3encG" maintained on Crown  granted laiyf. '  Unsurvejftd areas, not oxceodlng 20  acres, may ' bo leased as homesltes;  title to be obtained after fulfilling residential and Improvement conditions.  For gracing and industrial purposes  areas exceeding 640 acres may be  leased by one person or company. ,  Mill, factory or Industrial sites on'  timber land not exceeding 40 acres  may be purchased; conditions Include  payment of stumpago. .   .  Natural hay meadows inaccessible  by existing roads may ho purchased  conditional upon construction off a road  to them. Bobate of one-gtalf of cost of  road, not exceeding half of purchase  price, is mado.  The winter's'snowfall -waa the light  est recorded   for   some   time,   official  measurements giving the total for the  season as oniy SO Enches.  Tbe band has  booked the night of]  'Friday. June 30th, for a dance in the  Parish Hall,  full particuld rs of which  witl be giyen next week.,  lf you are thinking of a piano for  home call at S. A. Speers and get details of the Willis.      You will have a  WIlii& at the Chautauqua again this  year.  -- For Sale���������Six Leghorn cockerels,  Marquis strain,  first of March chicks  frogu JR. S- A. Jackson's (Duncans,  B.C.) prize pen, $5 each. G*. W.  Harrison. Erickson.  Messrs. Wickstrom,. Kastlake and  Geo. Mawson got away on Monday for  their annual four-day bear hunt.  They are operating on International  mountain this year.  At*their June) meeting on Friday  afternoon the Presbyterian Ladies  Aid awarded the contract of painting  the church to Mr. Bush, who will be  sta������ tiiiK cm lite job in a few days.  Miss Delia Lockhead, who has been  a guest of her brother* Jimmy, at the  ferry lhe pest few 'weeks, left on  Wednesday for Calgary. Alta., where  she'will spend the next few months.  Notice���������A meeting of the guarantors of the 1022 Chuutauo.ua will be  held in the C.P.R. station waiting  room at 8 o'clock Saturday, June 10th.  All guarantors are urged to be present.  The showery weather that prevailed  Wed������������ss.day and Thursdayhas furnished almost a total of one inch of rain-  fail aod the vegetable crops and gardens are now coming along in great  shape.  Note the pure quality of the Willis  Piano at the Creston Chautauqua.  These magniflt-eut instruments may  be purchased on convenient terms arid'  at price to suit all pocketbooks. S. A.  Speers, agent.  'Teddy Haskins has started clearing  operations on the seven acres of the  Dow -addition, near the Sherwood  ranch, which- he"purchased last year,  and will cbmthence the erection of a  house-'-shortly?^''-"'' "*;"    x:   ' *'     - -���������  -  - To CJaEAR���������WTe haveL a small quant-  ity>of chemical fertilizer, flour of sulphur andv land lime, which, we would  like* to c'ose out- this-.season, and are  offering-these at cost to clear. Crest"  ou Fruit Glowers" Union. Ltd.  Mrs. and Miss Marion Swat-son re  ceived A hurried call to Calgary, Alta.,  on Monday morning, when a message  arrived notifying' that the former's  sister, Mrs. Havden, was in precarious  health, and,not expected .to live.  Mrs. Browell, who has charge of the  sale of Chautauqua tickets in this section, i<3 meeting v/ita ~ great success,  arid it is how assiVred that Canyon will  be well represented- at the six-clays of  entertainment that opens at Greston  next Thursday.' " ,-.  Tom Hickey tuts .a crew at work  moving- the portable sawmill plant of  the Homsdekers' Agency at Wynndel  to Canyon, where^ it will be set up in  the Eeighborhoocf of Camp 3 and will  be used to cut the logs coming off the  Company area around the Lyon ranch/  Inspector Manning ��������� was here on  Thursday for his animal inspection of  the Canyon school, and in his reports  to the" trustees he* states that the*all-  round conduct of both rooms shows  decided improvement oyer last year.  The community picnic at the Whim-  ster ranch on Saturday was very  largely attended by, both children and  adults, and*a ������plendsd afternoon was  spent with races, games, and various  other amusements, including ������' tug of  war in which the team -headed by J.  W. Wood had the best of it in a contest with the stalwarts headed by W.  Searle. The F!ir'r*sr Spread was "vorth v  of the Canyon ladies and was done full  jusjtiee to by. all present.  A. D. Pochin is-operating a homemade Skinner system for irrigating  his soft fruits, while at the Huygens  & VanAckeran place a sprinkler]  system is in use. arte! to look at the  strawberries it would be hard to say  which is the best. Un both places  there is a splendid show of fruit-.  qua business last week we dropped in  to have a talk with   our   old   friends,  Butterfield &  Son,   and   found~ them  busy painting   and   decorating   their,  ice cream parlors,  go as to make them  not only pleasing and attractive,   but  also quite sanitary.    - This walls  and  front bf counter have  been done is a  pleasing, cool-appearing  contrast   of  black and white, while,the  floor has  been painted a restful dull green, the  whole being, carried out with a special  sanitary gloss paint.    During our stay  we were served with sundaes of which  the store is always ready.to dispense in  numerous flavors and at. a moderate  price.    The store - also has   a splendid  soda fountain, and all their equipment  is of modern design.     The i ce cream  sodas and sundaes are served in Vor  tex paper cups with plated holders.  Everything is spotlessly clean," their  constant efforts being directed towards  cleanliness, ^efficiency ' and service.  Windows and doors con be opened all  round the store thus rendering- it on  the hottest summer days a cool retreat  rr.iit-rx   t-t-rx   rmrx-xtrx���������A-   ~���������rxX   S���������   T\.. ~S-    t~l���������~t-_  =JJU������ *~S *-x.v~ ywuicav o^nsv xtt _-rxtv-tx  uiccn*  We also noted they are carrying a full  stock., of -bananas, oranges, lemons,  besides & fi������<B line of goods to meet- the  requirements of the summer trade. It  is always pleasurable -to find a pioneer  business man keeping on making improvements; advancing with . the  times, Butterfield's store' is the pioneer store of fDrick Creek, and began  some years .ago in a very small way*  but every year has seen some addition  or improvement to enable them to  better.service to their patrons and all  will wish them success this season.  When running ont of town in the evening make a bee line for Butterfield's  Liee cream parlor, aftad yo������ ���������=?IH cora&  home with something to talk about.  N  Commencing with Saturday, June 1*0,  the   Feed /Warehouse at   Greston  will be open for   business from  7  o'clock p.m.   to 9.30  o'clock p.m.  each Saturday evening.  MB nnj.    rm- S. -mm B" -       Ofi       ^^ _  BS  ui tssiun nun urowers un  GRANTS  PRE-EMPTORS'  *   FREE  A ,*���������"     .      ACT..,  The ncqpe of this Aot la enlarged to  Include *~t\ persons joining And aerv-  \rm with His Majesty's Foreoa The  time within which tho heirs or devisees  ot a deceased pre-amptor may apply  for tltlo under this Aot Is extended  from for one year from the death of  fluch person, aa formerly, until one  year after the conclusion of the present  war. This priviiejro in nloo mado ���������*���������  troactlve. y       ��������� -4  No feoB relating: to pre-'ejnpttona are  due or payable by soldiers on  The ������������������.'crow killers had a banner  month of it during May; during which  month provincial police officer Mqhav-  en disbursed &130 in bounty. - Sonic of  the whites made a little pocket money  on the crow kill on Victoria Day.  Mr. and Mrs. Prank T. iand Miss  OliveA buy of Kasio celebrated the  TS-inpfB Birthday by making a trip to  Creston, and had the pleasure of seeing their home town baseball team defeated by the locals  hy a scoaeof 9-12.  For    Same���������Three  twenty   acres    near  known as sub-lob 54.  have choice of north  :$1Q per acre, or the whole  perecre.     W,   K.   KslinR,  H.C.  blind rucl . and  Arrow    Creek  Purchaser may  oi- south half at  lot at $8  Rossland*  pro  Taxee .are remitted for Ave yeara.  emptlono recorded after June 26,  Tnvn  tt*..*  m������i.m������������*   m���������  -.���������   - ~mgu   ...XTXttlYB  and been paid ulnae Au  Provision for return of mono;  ied, duo and. been paid alnoe Aujru  191-4, on account of payments, fees  ac-  Ht  en-  crued, duo  ., IQU, <bii    or taxes on soldiers' pre-emptions.  Interest en agreements to purchase  town or oity lots held by members of  A.U(ed Forccu, or dopeiidente, acquired  direct or indirect, remitted from  llutmont to March 91*. 1980.  QUD-PURCHA6BRB OF CROWN  4 LANDS,  Provision made for Isauanoa  Crown arrants to aub-purchanora of  Crown Landa. ������caulrln������ rlffhta from  purohnners who failed to complete  purohnse. Involving: forfeiture, on fulfillment of condition* of purebaao. Irt-  ter eat and tftxes. Wliero Bub-pur-aimM*  tr������ xSo n<t>~ t~\uh~i whoJo of original par-  oet, purohnjo price due and tax en may  Sid dlotrliiutea proportionately over  whole  arr-        .-..t..-.  made by  of  liiutea    proportionately   over  ea,      Application*   must  be'  iliiy 1, n~~.  ar.Ax.Na. **  QranInA Act,. lUlh tor. toretematlo  development or llventoclc Industry pro-  vlrtm for {rraxlntf cllstrlcta and ran������������  administration under Commtsuloner.  Annual arastug- peranltn leauml based  on numbers run god; priority for oatab-  llsfted owners. 6t<actc������owiiArw nmv  .-ini Ateuu<jiluuiiM������������M tor ranwe inannge-  mrnt. Vrt������, or partially free, permit*  for s.ettler������. oompem cur trnveri������r*j��������� up  to ten head.  Roy. J. A. James got away on Monday to Winnipeg, Man., where he la  attending the sessions of the general  assembly. He will probably go east  after the sessions close and will be absent from Creston for at le^st the neat  two Sundays,  For the.flrafc timo In the quite long  history of Presbyterians in the Volley  Creston congregation this year has n  Say delegate to ���������tho general assembly |  which opened at Winnipeg on  Wednesday, John Miller being the  representative.  The June meeting, of Oreston Board  of Trade Is called for Tuesday night..  Among the mat-torn to come up will be  m Dominiom Day trip fco Bonnern  Perry in connection with recent developments in the Kootenay Plata  drainage scheme.  In the Hot of Chautauqua ticket sellers given out last week the name of  X. 18. Goodwin was omitted. Ho In  teamed with Jas. Cook In handling  s*. part of th** town nrw-n wnd irom present indications thoy will equal the  b<iif-b -effort of ihoiiei in charge of (lite  |)oaing of the pastehonrda In towp.  WyaMS���������ffei  \v*alter Carr,   who   has   spent .the  winter in Spokane, returned here last  Friday and Is at present on the office  staff of th'e Co Operative Fruit Growers.  Mrs. H. Dalbom vi������$s taken to Cranbrook hospital on Tuesday morning in  j a rather serious condition, and had to  be rushed tn hospital: for an immediate  operation for appendicitus. She* was  accompanied by her mother.  Pete WalSace off, Fernie, who worked  in the M. "Wigen mill here all last  summer, returned on Monday and  figures spending this* summer also.* ' ���������'_  The many friends off H. Kosindale  will be pleased to hear that he is .doing*  yery well after his ops-ration, sad that  he will probttbl'y .bc-jable to return to  his home in a week or ten days.  The glorious weather over the week  end took out most everybody on picnics in one direction or another. ,(No  less than three parties left* here, and  Duck Creek Was a real deserted village  on the Sabbath. '��������� "\ "''���������   "',  A. Bartlett landed here on Monday  with, a survey partjr, and is busy on an  extensive geological survev. They  have located, their camp <?ri the point  between the M. Wigen boarding  house and the Indian camp, and are  fixed up for quite a pta^.*  J. Gasken, who suffered a couple of  broken rlbB in a buggy accident Inst  week, is able to hobble around again.  He Was ,in town on Monday, and  though badly shaken-up has tbe appearance of soon being his old time  self again.  A. C. Pofre arid Boh Foxall left la^t  week for Elk, Wash.. The former has  taken a piece of lurid therp, whtle the  other is working ih tt large mill, Mrs."  Popettnd family will join them shortly ,      -:. .:,  E. F. Post of Cranbrook was a  week-end visitor here, returning to  fche big town on Monday. .;  Mr. Sheppard of Wiunipeg; who recently bought block of land from H.  A. Bathie, sr., is busy getting out the  sills and other timber for his house.  Clem Payette haa .tho crthtru-ot lot*  hewing theIformerl  MeHsrs, Hniyes atul Spif^ern of <?jrc-8tan  wore vislfcorB herfe on .Friday i billing  the town for tho big clx day CliiTatau-  qua that opens at Creston on Thursday. ,;>(''..    -'Z%PZj   P    ['  The United Farmers d^ja^fr^nf9tt1>  urday night was, "without[;ftlqViJbfc,*f the  beBfc dance of the-season,' ''?'.'ieA.n'dostat?  hoyu providetl muut oi Uiu .unuaic, anii  it was of tha highoat ordclc, Ml^a D.  Buttei-Ileld relieving for u ah^r:l>tlme  at the pinnOi whllo H~. Moburg added  a little varSetyTlte.'iBOifij������,n.ocoii-iloc)n selections. 5(hQ������������}floot* wnp crowded aU  night and fit was a vorv 'reluctant  egathewlng that quit at 2,������(J u,m. A  very nice stun was netted for,tlio U.F.  Teach the Children  ���������..  Teach yoxsr children to save their money. Start fhe  boy with a savings hank account, and enconzage him  by supplementing every fifty cents he saves, with  another fifty from your own pocket.  All patrons, large or small, are assured esurteons  service in every branch of this bank.  imperJAl bank  c: w alLan   CRESTON 5PANCH, ^  ^  Recording Milk Productksss.  " TP\OES each cow fin yoor luesd eta  ��������� '*-*[. her keep!  The Milk Record BcKjkvjrhich ^rfllbc  given to you hy any of oar boAdbcs  rrsl! help yoa fto Keep track oe the mine  production of your animala. ear  CANADIAN BANK  PAID-UP CAPITAL  RESERVE FUND  CRESTOtf BRANGHB  0^,,  $15,000,000  $15,000,000  >a  Carloads of Brick  Um and Cent  First quality products,  Prices are rock bottom.  Demand is quite heavy.  Order now^ and avoid disappointment  When r������i?[iift a flyiw������  vlait to 3hick.  Creek with 8L A. Spcorn on Ohautotu-  fl Btfu RR q Kb EH        H b~H 1 Id H BBbIBbB B^SHI Bjiaa BB B  no nn  RBtrllli-P  m m mtt ������m������ ������ ������ jr  I X&M* B3&YI3LW* C1LESTON, H. 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Send name and address for free booklet  "Royal Yeast Cakes for Better Health/"  ewgilpkompMiinieed ^  The Largest Coin  l_ar;2<s Coins*Were Commonly Used  'r*  Sv/ved-en jrl Olden bays , . - '  Probably tlie largest coin in _the  world is one belonging to Farren.  Zerhe, internationally famous expert;  on rare coins. IL is a piece of stamp-,  eel conpei' plate 10 inches square and  (���������weighs six-and one-half pounds. It  has a value of "4 daler" (the daler  ���������was a coin^ol* varying value) stamped  on It, and the^date 1-730. Such coins  ���������were commonly used in- Sweden for  soine time during and after the wars  ol! Charles XII. it is a part -of a correction of more than 130,000 specimens,  representing mediums of exchange, ot  alt countries and  earliest limes to  Tlie-total face, or original exchange,  value of ihe collection, is counted in  millions^ bul no present value has  ���������evei** been placed on it. Many of the  coins are. off course, rare and-ol much  greater value than their face.���������East  and West.  ������'" * periods    from-   the  "the    present    day.  af 27;-:Yeaars tHc"  ^       Same  _  __       _: H  s. fts������a~-������Aa.a*ui.  Always io the  Sealed  Package  Remodel   Tiie  Constitution  Alberta's Rapid-Growth  Statistics just com pi Led show that  the urban population of, the <area in-  clUtied iu Alberta has grown in twenty-  years from 18,533 to 222,904, an aver-_  age increase of about 10,000 per year.  During tlie same year the "rural population has been increasing at an average rate of 3 5,500 per year.  Just as"the spur of necessity Sorced governments all over Che world to  iat-reabe taxation in order to raise enormous war -revenues and to meet interest charges ot ever mounting wat debis, so necessity now demands the-in-  eauguraiion of every safe and business-like reform calculated to bring about a,  reduction in. national expenditure *-> nnd thereby make possible a lowering of  taxation. High taxation is ioda\- lhrotLling all industrial and commercial  anterprise and is operating as a Hog oii'the wheels oi business, hampering  che provision of adequate and remunerative employment tor tens"of thousands  of people, and -retarding a leturu io pre-war prosperity.  There is opportunity lor the inauguration, of economies in 3������ublic ad mini s-  tr-ifion in Canada through a revision, a remodelling, of some ot tlie provisions  of "ihe national constitution 'as it governs the relations between ihe Federal  Government and.the several Provincial Governments.  Canadian  taxpayers today are called upon to  bear  the expense of nine  Government departments or agriculture, one in each province and one for the  Dominion as a whole       There is inevitably an enormous amount of overlapping in effort and*, waste in expenditure.     Inasmuch as agricultural conditions  and needs vary greatly, throughout the Dominion.-4i is 'probably necessary to  have  Provincial   departments  devoted  to  the   encouragement   of agriculture,  but with  each Province  looking -after its owu requirements in this reSpeet,  where does the need exist for a Dominion; department?".. It .could very "well be ;  done away w ith, "a stibs tantial saving, ��������� e tf fee ted. a nd no out standing loss-to the  -industry of agriculture result.      Yiet the Canadian constitution gives jurisdiction to both Federal and Provincial-.Governments concerning agriculture.  Then there is over-lapping in connection' wit h such subjects as insurance,  wicii f lie result that we find departments at Ottawa and in the Provincial  capitals, fully staffed, compiling insurance data and statistics, enforcing inspections of one kind and aiiother, collecting fees from companies,, which, of  course, the people in the final analysis have to pay, while Parliament, on tlie  one hand and Provincial Legislatures on the other are busy enacting new?  Iavw3 and regulations; governing tht conduct of the business oj" insurance.  vMuch ihe same tiling is true in connection with laws concerning the in-  cori^pral'ion,._ management, taxation,    etc..    of    Companies    during    business;  throughout the Dominion.      There  is a   constant  conflict in legislation  and  authbrity, and the courts are full ol  actions and appeals to decideWhere the  authority  ot- the   Dominion  ends   and  that,  ol* the Provinces-vbeglns, or vice  vers**.      Constant  recourse is   had  to the .Privy.-.Council .in London to decide  ������he.s<p knotty questions, for all of which the people of Canada -ultimately pay,  Sr.*ep hy step Provinces have in recent yoars, encroached upon what was  formerly -regarded as the exclusive righi ol" the Federal Parliament to legislate  la  the matter of Banks and hanking.      Farm X.oan  Boards are essentially a  ior in of banking, taking the money of people on deposit in the form of bonds  ;*md .debentures and   re-loaning the  proceeds, while in  Ontario and Manitoba  r.t*.*r- 'Provincial Governments hare    actually    established    Provincial    savings  c>;**.nlss.      Ed-en  admit cine* that   such  action has been forced on the Provinces  through the t'ailur-? of the.Ferterat Parliament  lo revise the Bank Act, in order  ������.o make if  uieei   conditions  in these Provinces,'rather than  leave 31   as it 3s,  ohiefty iti fcv-neljt lo manuta<-t urinn industry and the larger conuerns of finance  tnd  commie j 't-e .tht-*  fact, remains  that   we ar* heading  I'or furl her duplication  ������nd  wa.ste  in  pffonr, with  consequeTil   increased expenditure.  The Canri(1i-tT> nnnsi intH-on tir-eds clarifying. There Ik need for a  .-.iinrppr. more cleat cut defination of ihe powers of each of our legislative *bod-  i ���������;-.. f'V-deral :*rn\ P-rovini-i*'I, There .should be reduction to am absolute minl-  iw.ui! isf tlio si* huh;ie<*"s in regard to whieh bolh have Jtirisdlcliors. Many mib-  Z--r.ir* wnoukl elrlrer be lefi absolurely and solely to the Dominion, or in like  rrsaon'-r r-o rhe Ptvjrine-fs. f':vi������ri in ihe matter of divorce we have*.Provincial  [���������ruins gtMimiruT ilm-m, and fa rliiuuer.it '���������-- whose time should really not he 1a ken  no v-'irlt -sur-ii iiu'iU'ee^*!    -engaged in th* .same work. . -  PAIS  IKK Alf (Time  AND DELICATE WOMEN  The  Killjoy  Wife " (at . the theatre).���������Dh, John,  did you notice if that match you threw  into the wastepaper basket hefoive we  left home was really extinguished?���������  Life.  DO YOU FELL LIKE THIS  X  Do you feel blue, sickly, heavy, too  tired to get up? - If so, it's probably  your liver whieh is slow, and needs  to be toned and stimulated by Dr.  Hamilton's Pills. It's a wonderful  change ur. Hamilton's Fills wiii inake  in a few days. . They relieve the system of poisonous wastes, they aid the  sto'nwrch; improve digestion, increase  your appetite. You'll feel' like new  all oyer .after using this health bringing medicine. Thousands have proved It." Sold everywhere in 25c boxes,  or The Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.  Wild Animal Sanctuary  Mr.  Can   Find    New   Health   by   Enriching  Their Blood  Supply  Nature    intended    every    girl    and  every woman to be happy, active and  healthy.      Vet too many ot them find,  their    lives    saddened  by suffering���������  nearly .always because their blood .is  to  blame.      All   those  unhappy .girls  and     women    with   colorless" cheeks,  dull skins, and sunken luster-Less eyes,  are'   in     this    condition because tliey  have  not  enough  red  blood in  their  viens  to keep  them  well  and in the  charm of health.       They  suffer  from  depressing   weariness   and   periodical  headaches.      Dark, lines   form   tinder  their eyes, their heart palpitates v������>  lently alter the slightest exertion, ancT  they are  often attacked with'fainting  spells."    These are only a few' of the  miseries of bloodlessness.      When the  bolod becomes; thin and watery it]can  be   enriched   through   the  use   of   Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills and the troubles  that come from poor blood disappear..  In almost every neighborhood you will  find  some'formerly "ailing woman, or  pale   breathless "girl   who  has  a   good  word to say for this medicine. Among  them there is Miss Laura Monaghan,  CampbelLton,. P.E.I.,   who  says:���������^'Before using Dr. Williams'. Pink  Pills I  was in a badly run down condition,    i  was pale, thin and scarcely aBle to go  abrittt.      The least exertion made my  heart, palpitate so.   violently    that    J  actually    was     afraid     one   of  those  spells might carry m'e off.      Often my  nights  were  sleepless,-   and    as   The  ���������treatment 1  was  taking did not help,  me I was almost in despair.    Finally  a friend   advised the, use of Dr. "Williams* Pink "Pills, an^in the course of  a    few    weeks   , a I'l er  beginning this  treatment,    there1*    was a decided improvement, in   my   condition.      I   continued using the pills, and am now en-  joyLng   good   health.       I   am  glad   to  give  you my  experience in   the  hope  that some other sufferer may find the  way to better health."  These pills are sold by afl medicine  dealers or may be had by mail at 50  cents abox or six boxes for $2,50 from  The Dr, Williams* Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  Patrick Establishes Park for Wild  Animals at Yorkton  At Yorkton, Sask., J. A. M. Patrick,  K.C.,. has established at his own expense, and as a means o������ affording  him pleasure, a sanctuary for wild  animals. He has succeeded in obtaining a number of specimens of our  rapidly disappearing wild life, among  them being antelope and white-tailed  deer. He has recently purchased  four pure white deer from Grand  Rapids, Mich. These deer are exceedingly rare, onlj*- seventeen being  known" to be in existence on the continent! Mr. Patrick is having the  usual difficulties in protecting his  sanctuary,*:but is continuing the good  work.'!''- '-'j-  Policy of Australia for Whit* Population   Favored  in   England  ' The Imperial British .Government,,  as a matter of Empire concern, is favorably    inclined    toward    Australia's  "White Australia" policy reports Sir  James Connolly, Agent-General fox-  West Australia in* London.  Sir James states that the policy  would help dose the back, door to the  Australian continent, and especially  to the unpeopled semi-tropical territories of Northern Australia-  It is possible, Sir James said, that  the Imperial Government would aid  in the-scheme, of building railways  and roads and equipping. 2,000 farms  in the territory for occupation by emigrants from British lands.  ��������� * iivu   v w wu 0.0ixa0'*ia~*   apt   * aM.wwv9������ .  Try This Simple Reinedj  When you don't know whether it's  going to stay down or come up, when  you look like thirty cents, and fe'ei  even worse, what you need is twenty-  drops ol Nerviliner in sweetened^  water. Almost like magic is tha  change 3rou experience. Those feelings ol' -vomiting disappear. Thousands oT homes rely on Nerviline in  case oi" sour stomach, gas-bloating,  nausea and upset stomach conditions.  Get it "to-day. large 35c bottles sold by  all Dealers.       ^  Railway Mileage in Saskatcehwan  The "total railway mileage in the  province of Saskatchewan~is now 6,-f  269, of which the Canadian Pacific  operates 2,777 miles. The aggregate:  mileage in 1905 was only 1.525; in  1930, 3,259; and in 1915, 6,102.  ' A lighthouse on the Japanese coast  ts constructed of bamboo. Bamboo  wns used because II has great power  ol'" resisting salt water, ������nd does not  rot like oi'dlnnry wood.  Ask for Minard's and, take r>o other  Could     Hardly    Liv*    for    Asthma,  writes one man who after years of-  suffering has found complete.'-,relief  through Dr. J, D. Kellogg's Asthma  fRemed^y. . Now he knows how needr  less has been his suffering. This  "match!ess remedy gives. sure* help- to  all..*af!lict.ed with asthma; : Inhaled as  smolce or vapor it brings the help so  long needed. Every~"dealer has it or  can get it for you from his wholesaler.   ...      .'     :**-.'" '",  "i have a new job In the bank,  now," announced Tom Withers. I'na  a draft clerk."  - -Draft clerk?" asked -Edgar. "What  does a draft clerk do?"  ���������"I open and close the* door."  Simple and Sure.���������JSr. Thomas*. Sc-  leciric Oil is so simple in application  that a child can understand the instructions. Used as .a liniment the  only direction is to rub, and when  used as a dressing to applyZ-.- Tlt-a  directions are so plain-and unmistakable that they are readily understood  by yotiag. or old. rsf*.  New York,  v\>   uj'.uUi   \\H~-   iu   fn--   it-i'-uiiHi*   Miir-l<t-ri7.i������-   Kin������   tuke   firm   hold   of  Ibis        'More    Hum     ."���������,000,000   eggs   nre   yo-  f|������Je������t.lon -or h  pee-vjhlon of the comil il ut ion  and cull n  conference of  Provincial j quired   for Hib dully larder of Greater  ���������iT^iriU'rs rind AKonmyH'trenenil  io uteel  with th,* Federal ministers in a well]  rLrfined ;������nd .-dncore arifmpt to snuiillt'y rim .const i ful ton am! evolve one more  in   ki*R|Mi������g   with  3h>- present U;i>   c'*omi)ii'tns and  the reqitireraenls oi the Do*  -cnlnrinn,       Aidde I'rom   laigi-  .savin tjs   In  ndtsilnist nnion   costs  which   could un-  Hiaes-tionnhl)   },*��������� fftwii-it. tlo-ri* Ss ih*i t--vcti  morn iniportnnt  fact 1 hot  Iojss con*  ���������"(iHlort   .'Utd   l|ilRnt1-nn   would   <*xl������t. ��������� and   gr^nter   elhclency   In   public   service  f.>Kll!t.  4tpm0*iimmmjdt���������1$*myW  ���������S?^*W-^������*������'*''W*i^iMS������������tiP������  Remarkable  G-anerofsity  Kitndy, th<^ farmer, bad binen slw.vfngj  with  some  i'i*i**MidH for t*ibr>tit a month,1  ; iind w-lilh*? he and ,h:ls hoH! wero out  1 for a walk one day 'tlu-*y called at n  , wii.v.-it.|,*- Inn i'or .. drink.      Ah IiIh IiohI  -*';is    utioiit   li*  \i:t-   1'ui*  |l   Hnmdi'   su>������p|i<������H  him.  "N.I,    -iUS,"    lO!    ::.rli.|. "fll    ������lof   JlllOW    If,  Vr'vn hi-'fin  lc.ff-t������elu������  rat- In   evei-yMilnw  rti   y.T   horMH   I'or  -i   niioitlh,  and   yt-Wt.  IU    nluilri'S,    iouI    cub  I'or  ;������m   1t\n   drink*.*}.        I  ������ri-it I ������'if    rin*"    its  l:i: r i.   .i ml   paid  U'lE   ,*,*,-,   fll   hue   u:i  1nH-t  Idr thin  oriH,"  until- of  It.  We'll  ih\-i*-v.ttryi*r LiMimant u*i-������d tiy  Phey*litJiaiMi|i  Proven Value]  I Whnn you tnVo PI2-HU-NA.for In<Hirea;  tion, DiMoi*rleftrci<l St-omncli,fNervouM<  mnn*, or n ������im������ral rua-tlown *ooii������li'  Itieon c>rtli������������xnl������iii.vou Arentlnlnic  wlmf, huntf-rcda  ���������of t������io������i������iin<lu  K������f |vnopla  lhiavailooa,  ilmroro  nnonl.iiryl  old, ������m<l Iiuh]  'Won ini heftnaiinsdl  rr>limn fln   lioniAHl  IIh-oiikIhmi llliolengtli I  1������ll J Iwiwil 1 til it 11 up. IU llll  ^mnrioiiik ooiillmiitl, n������ tlm |  filtivnl %*)ti\Q tttttl hlceod purl-  \n������*- ��������� ������������������.--... ���������; '���������  ��������� Iti Im* provemi IU vnluo: iiul  [prowpl Mnnlina lioml.nn oil I  liiuiiiy .t ssatftmrnUtntuin, imilt  huelny, I Mm iiAiiWvwIelMyuw-wl I  liliim ruinr ]t������tror'fLlinecnuMwi(.|  lin Um inllal������l������ rtiuiofly tori  l������vt>r y*<������ny ill*. $il<l #r������*r-|  J*wl������������r������i, Von umi it ii Uiu win, Mit<ll  1 ttl tt\U.i iat ttttj w but. 3|  vtmm companv  Plan Radio Station  At Norway House  For Reporting Fires and Broadcasting  Reliable Weather Reports  If present plans mature, two radio  rilnlions will he installed this season  lor the lisp ol' the forest aeroplane  patrols at Norway Holise and Victoria  Beach, accord 1 uk fo Major B. D.  Hobbs, of Winnipeg- station* ot the  Canadian Air Board, The outftts will  be able to transmit by key only and  fo receive key and telephone, calls.  The advantages ol the methods will  be that speedy communication nifty be  made "bet weon bases tn lhe win tier ot  reporllng lives to lhe district Inspector ol" forestry at Winnipeg, so that  help'may he sent to tho scene oI" con-  ihigraiion hb ������oon hh possible, nnd for  the broatlcasllnpr ot reliable wealhor  reports* Prom the north country, The  Hying boats will alac bn-equipped with  wireless outflts,  Automobiles Indicate Prosperity.  * * I r the de,maMd for automobiles is an;  indication o������ general; pro'sperity; as is  usually* supposed, Cana.dainust be. id;  an enviable position. \  Aside from the  large number of automobiles inanufac  tured in- Canada, .there have be^n icn:  irorted into  this  country In thf  last.  five years passenger   automobiles    to  the value of $45,749,115.       ���������  ^H^^RB^H^^^BBQ^ ^B 4i/li|  OOMBMiwiiiiiii  SL P*m! Si., Mcstttreall  Production of Gold  Increased  Tbe valu'e" ol" lotlo gold produced f������K  lirlllRh Columbia In 1921 was $2,804.-  15-t. nfl compared with $2,*1fll,:5!>2 In  .1920, an Inct-oHSe or:"$322.T62Tor about  13 per cent,, according to a report of  the Department of Minos. Tho pro-  dktittllon or i^a\i\ In BrlUi-ili ColuuiW.'-i  during each oT Ihe hist I'otir years "haa  only been about one-hall' oC fhe nimtia]  out put Immediately preceding tho  war, However, Judging Prom developments now In progreas it would  tieetu that in n short timo (bo annual  duitlon of gold tn the province,  should Increase considerably.  Keep  Minard"* Liniment   In  the Iiou'm  STOMACH TROUBLE?  INDIGESTION?  Ken's Good News for You  Lindsay, Oat.���������  "Dr,   Pterce'B  Go Id e n   Medical  Discovery   ia  tha  beat   medi ci no ,1 '-  liavo  over   tak-en  ���������for atomacb. trouble.      For   many  yeara   I   .suffered  w Ith gas trie stont-  acli' trouble   and  nervous    Indication. Woitld be ao' ���������'..  bad at tltdea that iivwaa neceasary"  for mo to bo In bod two or three dayii  at a tiirio.   I have doctored and taken  many" different raedlclnea with ltt.t-1-a  relief,    just recently . began talcing  Golden Blodlcnl Discovery and It haa  given mote relief than all the other  medicines 'Jt* Mave over  takein. . My  Btomacli tloea not bother me and i  have not tiad any ������������������ Indlsestion alnoo  taking thia triedlcluo.    I cab highly,  recommend the '.Dlacovory* to othorm  who isuffor with stomach trouble,"-'-  Mra. Geo. Wellington, & John St  All drugglata.   Liquid or tablet*.  Mrs. Fawcett Gives Advice  to Mothers  Sfc, C'atharlneBr-Out-���������"I took. Dr.  Pierc&'a Favorite Preac tip tion durkiK  oxpeotancy when I felt oBpeclally Ln-  tioed of a tonic ami* It "benoflted tno  greatly, fl alwaya take pleuatira la  reeommen.ti,In������ thia ���������PrQacrlptlon.' to  youmtu ���������teuoliii'Oerti tetscixut-t-- I' Unow It  will not fall to help them," ��������� Mm.  3, H. Fawiiett, 8 Beach St.  Your health 1������ raosit Important to  you. It'a easily Improved. . Juat aafc  yoitf nearest dtjuggliat. for' this ."Pre-  Boriptlon of Br. Pleroe'i Iu tablet or  liquid form.  '"Wrlto Br, Pleroo^ Prealdont. Inv������-  Hd������" Hotel, Buffalo, N,"H,*. If you want  fro* medical ttdvioee,  ii- iiii ���������!������������������ nm*mmmmmmmmmt44ttmm*ammmtm i mmmtmsm������$mmt^mmm-mmtmm*mmmmmttmtM ���������miiiw~������ii������iiw*M  1-*  : i'*,*fv*.'|.v.  IWH  r*-0"t#~<.pim.  nilfiiniMiiiiiiiiiiM  ���������zzz%^tmz?&$m^s^^ PJ  /V       <Ca>  I    'Cx-m,- piryL.r-T-ifjiariii'.tt,  "h'-'>*sa>:i^S^5fHi?  -CBLB BJSVXKVV. CB31STOX, B. CL  ���������Ottawa.���������Not,a>,sbat va.i vacant in  .tne House when Hon. "VV. S. Fieidjltg:  arose 10 'prefer.f- the -fir;?!' budget 'of  th-?- jj^sjtiit-adniinislrayQn, , ,bui.t his-  HixCfeenth as a Minister ot Finance.  When Mr. ..-Fielding" Jas.t mado a: budf-  "gel siatemep.b, il years a*so, his^tory  -wtitC one oi a; boun^injg. prosper! t y. Today (as an tCfteffuath hi Jtsav)," ifc was  because di (he gravitv of the financial  situation that he stressed the. p'eces-  ������������Jt5T of rriakirig his budget balance.  Ue-|iad reductions to announce in.cus-  tora's duties, but he had likewise  Eoitfe sweeping increase-?" in taxation.  3-le jpleaded lor the "deep nnd earnest  neeU" ot economy: he ~ nigetl that  Members ol Parliament aud the people'alike should pass" a "Self-denying  ordinance. "j would -not, however,!'  Mr.' Fieldrns hastened'to add, ''-hare  the impression that I  view* of the situation.  Tii^re. is, happily, a brighter side."  For  the   financial  year  7922-23,  finance     Minister     summarized     the  LS  n -in tanasia  Duk-s  T������tii^1*e't*rn or  ���������  -rn- e,  anyone draw  take a gioomy  linaricial situation in thi? wise:  Estimated  revenue.   .,������332s629j,00<������;  estimated  expenditure,  ������. !>;o.SS3,359.'  The   iollowjnsr gives  the  budget  in  biieF,*0-'-   '-' - ~r-     - --  Tariff  reduction combined   with   in-  creaaes-in-special.taxes:      ,   - _  British     preference     iiK-rea^ed     on  inany hems.  Few    reductions     on-imports   trom.  United States.        .      " *~ i%~  Acts of last* sesibon regarding consular    certificates,     valuation  tor ditties, .and linlitiTfg. depreciation    on  eign    exchange    to    50 per cent  all repealed. " "< '  Goods Marking At*t    repealed,  marking   made   permissive, al   option  oi Crovernment.  Sales tax increased by 50 per cent   of Devonshire is Corrsplim-entary  to People cf "Dominion.  London.���������The, --Canadian Club- oi  Gieat Britain on. Empire Day "entertained; the Duke of Devonshire. ex-  Go versror-Genera I \>C rCanafda5 - at' - .  luncheon which was attended by a  good many -Canadians <_,and .ex-Canadian <3 now residing or visiting 133.  London.- There were present also  Ambassador Harvey ot the United  States: Sir Hamai Greenwood. Secretary Jar Ireland*! Hon. _ E. Shortt,  1-Jome Secretary; and Col. L,. C-  Amery, Parliamentary Secretary i'or  the  Board of Admiralty.  Sir George Brown presided-, in the.  absence of Hon. P. C. Liancin, who is  in-Gen eva.  Responding to the toast in his  honor, Tlie Duke said thar. even the  the ten months that had passed since he  ���������resumed his residence in England  _had not robbed him ot the optimism  acquired in Canada. It was easy  enough 1o talk'about Canada's, natural resources* but the marvellous development-of the country was equally  due to the character of the people  and its institutions.  WESTERN - EDITORS  ailroad Freight Rates  e  in united States" Are  ���������O  EL D. Peddlar, Editor pf The Heraia;  Oxbow, Saskatchewan..  Sa-elrafrlipwa  mr w v stf^f-mkt  IISICI  Washington.-r-Railroad freight rates  in the United States will be reduced  on July 1 by amounts equal to 10 per  cent, of their present levels, under a  decision ot the inter-state commerce  commission.  Practically all classes and .commodities ot traffic are affected by the. decision which marked the conclusion  of" the investigation begun. last .autumn by the commission, on its own  initiative into the reasonableness of  existing freight levels.  The cut in freight rVes was fixed  by the commission at 14 per cent, in  eastern territory; L3V& per cent, in  western territory, and 12% per cent.  in the southern and mountain Pacific territories. -  The   COTrtmiss-^i-rvn     in   nr/lai-i*no   Ova   rig..  -  j      ���������.���������      xl���������   x^i~���������   ���������l���������^       x .Xxr      =X.t���������  creases���������which   are   on   a   horizontal  basis���������held that the nation's railroads  the  ire  rt-  .131  commodities    exclucfei    fnom.  auction,  these comprising the  classifications upon which  reducti  have*been recently put into eife'-i  .Passenger    charges    and     Pull:  feres  also   are   unchanged  hy   iod<x"s  decision.  , Though a divergent vievC v.iihsn  the"'commission was indicated hy  several supplemental concurring or  dissenting opinions, the Full weight of  the commission appeared to be thrown  behind the statement made in nsaior-  ity'anct control lingopin ion that a general reduction in the rate l^y-el as substantia] as the conditions of the farriers will permit, wiii tend to stabilize  the conditions under which commerce  and industry are carried on, conse-  yiieui fu������.er assiistteucc lo carrier^ o?  realizing a. fair return.  The   great    reductions    in    freight  rates,   are    expected    to liave an im-  the    value    o������    their property rather J.portant bearing on importations irom  than the approximate six -per cent, fix- j Canada and elsewhere.    The lowering  the I of freights, as viewed here,     will    to  ' some extent increase    imports    from  in  T-or-  aro  .jsmperance am  Liquor  rate  Issue    in  ���������Question    Will    Be  Quebsc Elections  Mod tr ea 1 .���������"There ~,"\vi 1V cei tain! y be  elections.      1 cannot  say just when, I  hope  they will come soon, but   I  cer-  kjj-i tainly 'don't   think   they   will   be  held  t either in June or JUI3-."  This was the teaiuie of ihe speech  made by Hon. J. L,. Perron Provincial  fax of 1 per cent, imposed "on bank* Minister   of   Roads-,     addressing     the  members  ed  as a  reasonable    return  Transportation Act of 1921.  Agricultural products in all  tions ot the country outside of  England, lives lock and western  and   grain   products     are     the  Canada which have had to encounter  not only tariff duties hut such hi"!!  freight charges as to greatly restrict  markets.  circulation, in addition to income lax.  Five per cent, tax on premiums  paid to ^unlicensed insurance,. companies.        --I      -   ' _  Tax 011 cheques raised to 2 cents on  each $50. '' ^C/'"V:~.  Tax on  telegrams "raised ro 5 cents.  '.Faxes on tobacco cigars and cigarettes revised so as to relieve cheaper brands and increased rates on  roofe expensive. .,.  Ale) beer, porter, et.c. .to pay lax of  15c per gallon.  Soil drinks taxed 10c a gallon.  Additional fax of 5 per cent; on automobiles up to $1,200 in value; above  1hat, 10 per cent.  Confectionary 10 pay tax of five  per.cent. ,-- -       "*;,.:     - *  ,     .  Tpxi reduced* on -inaftcheK in R������a]l.  liose.-i.  CustomK rates on' "'agriculf Ural  "im-  - elements-xedu^ed  by   ii;om   ~~V~\   *o  5  jeer cent-..  . ,.0   *.   ,.  ,  Increase in British preference on  uugar." ���������'���������*���������"     '  "   ,  Dulies on cocoa and chocolate le-  duc^.tl. v  Rjednction- of 2^ per' cent, ir*  dtilies on wpolleh cibthtng- "��������� -P-ZZ ":>  ���������Colla rs "iind - cuffs, refduct Ion'** orx 5  X^er jaenL :    ..,...."....... ..,,;....,......*.,:,, ...~:i.-, ,..,.   .*,  Bbpits and s-*,htve.s, duty reduced "2-V&  Ijer^f'ent. ,  lifedUcfion In duty on gayoliherjor  liHhing vessels, aiid on ,.ol?h������Sr    fii-'her-  .: ' '      *..   .   ,       !      ''   "J    *;* 1 ���������'  men's supplies.  Red notion of -.%   r>ci'-<:cnt.  in  Drib  iB'h preference rates on  cotton 'yarns  and'coffon fabrics,    iilso   on    kuSHing  ��������� C'oodfi, linen, or oollon clothing.  British "movie" lilrnK* to eomc fn  j).t:l<$wer rate. ',;'    --'       *  Machinery for ,m������w riiills ]'������*du<.ed  nnder ihe general tali-itr. Z?. ���������    .  liJit'cdsf^ fax of A,, cents-��������� imposed on  beet'HUKar.   ' '���������...*'  Pttrlw. of pumps 'and iron tubing  com'o'ln at reduced dulle* frm* niloJng  Sndustry. ��������� -'������������������  Uroivi'-hbltig and  of L.'Association de la Parole l*berale here. He added:  "Whether- the^sale .of -liquor in' this  province is to' continue* under Government control or go back lo individual  vendors, as un,der the old license sys-  teni.1 is in my opinion the fundamental question andit is on this question  first and forexnost that ejections wiii  be held in this province."  M. perron- declared that alcohol in  North America was a necessity.  "We must have it, Ioi" if we did not  there would be worse things. The  revenue part, after all, is only a secondary matter.. If is a' question of  temperance and  morals."  are_ entitled  to  earn 5*%_jper  cent, on  -Sptcnclor   o.    Massed   Chorat   Singing  Subject-of Comment  "Regina.���������Not less than 3.500 people  gathered at   the Stadium on  Wednesday   evening  and "in   point of attend-       agricultural   products   in     all     sec*  an'ce the day maybe said to have he>en   t:ions  o������   Lhe   country outside   of   New  a  complete success in    spite    of    1 he   England, livestock and  western grain  holiday  rather than    because    of    it.   and   S^ain   products     are     the     chiel  For trains  both  into  Regina and  out _ ._-  carried capacity crowds,    and    though -e      /���������������   ���������      ���������������.    G 1>  hundreds    sought    rural   reluge irom IIl@iIiCI���������Ul    tJ������3.   F0W���������F  paved    streets,    hundreds    or    others ~~   "    came in to atten'd the festival���������a. pro-   London   Telegraph   Deplores   Lack   of  portion of them to take part. Dominie&n   Participation   in-Naval  The    evening    programme wa^ giv- Matters Hon.   Charl-cs   Stewart   Says   Number  *en. over to  the final  perlormances  ol        London���������The    Daily    Telegraph, in j  _        Totals Over Tvwo Thousand  Glass A brass bands, choral societies   a.n editorial dealing witb the Empire's [      Ottawa. Hon.      Charles      Stewart  and- military bands. "This was lol-1 naval position, asks what has happen-' Minister ot Immigration, stated in the  lowed by the performance-by the, ed regarding dominion participation! House of Commons that there had  massed choral societies���������an aggrega-j in pursuance oi 1he cooperation poli- j been 2,352 abandonments" of farms by  tion of something like 1.0UO singers���������; cies  between, EritahVand  the  domin- j soldier settlers.  Rachmaninoff's "Cherubim    Song" [ ions    as    outlined    at the meeting on      Tlie  totai  amoui!(. 0{  public  monies  the baton of Fracis Stevenson,! premier*. _ | invested. ilu the abandoned farms was  Maisy Soldiers Have  Abandoned Farms  Serious Position  A*  \J~  >riti$h- Aviation  France,   Will     Have - , 226 - Squadrons  Against Britain's 12  "London.���������Major W. T. Blake, of the  Royal Air Force, and Captain Norman  MaeMjllan,  who  on  the death  of Sir  Ross Smith,took over the latter's plan  to  fly  ai-oumrthe  World,  vverorfenier-  lained* a"t;luncheon* Jn^.Londqn*''':;,b5'r'-the*  Dkily News. ;: fLord Montagu] Oi Beau-'  "lieu    presiding.     ,U.   ..was*   .annouuned-  tluu" a private indivkhial was Qnancing  the  .entire    expedition.      Lord    Montagu i-apealilhgr'ot: t]be serious position  ���������ol*TCjrltishiia^Jation'|3^idv:th.e; ';end;"i of  1022  woulcl hnd  the Vrerich wiih'22������  air squadrons compared    with    Great  Britain's 12.  of  under  conductor of the Orpheus Choral Society of Saskatoon.  -Saskatoon carried off the mo-=r  coveted honors of the 1022 musical  festival, when the -Orpheus Society  won the shield in the choral society  contest with 17-4 points. ~ The Moose  JaV Choral Society,, conducted by  W, II", MaxwelK- came ' second with  1W. The Reglua' Choral 'Society,  conducted by 'F. L.aubach, was given  third place with 163 points; and  Prince Albert Choral Society, conduct-  ed by "Madame J. K. J\rorriei\ whs  fourth?, with ISO1^  points.  The splendor of the massed choral  ringing can best be imagined from  the statement of T. Tertius Noble,  who has shown no inclination to be  over-liberal ot praise, but who said  of LLih culminating production, "This  is Ja festival chorus most undoubtedly  ancl it is made up of magnificent  ma ferial."'  -Supplying     tlie     answer,  "Nothing,    and    less    than  The amount invested in  it     sa>s: [^ $g,jtS5,535  nothing."! labels    an<i    -buildings was $i;651,237.  The Telegraph remarks that the baby | Tl  The    United     Stale's  is  rh*- world's  largest consumer of crude, cocoa.  English Meat Traders'  Ask jEmbsgr.go Removal  Say Canadian Cattl-e Oiiiy Remedy*for  Liveotoclc Shortage  Leondo-n.-  ed ovor  -"We are  toolp.  ji'lumblng,  "Window     Hht<d<*K  cf.nt.; If l.triitsh.  import  of many bird?  MbltfMl  Hh1.  iM-nwhack. M-hedule revised.  r������'dur������ed.    for  greatly concern-  the bis Bhortuge 'of livestock  In  th<*. country nnd the  high price  of  The only.'remedy Ih  reduced   2'/a   per  ntldtil 1<i pro-  Yon  3t.se ifct-1  <)X|i������*rimeiH-  (Ing   -w li on  ' yini   uue  Ur.  I'liaHi-s's Oint-  iriint I'tir  Kftzf-ma smrt   bkin   lirlta-  tloiiH.   It. i'fllc\*r������ ut, cincit in id ttJiuhi-*  wily h<-id������'Mn������ *������U1ii.    Shj**i4o pi'X SJr;  (lliaKo'H ���������(tiuttiuiutr 1u.n it you ituMitlon Uils*  iiai<t:r und nt-mlac. uunup Jur itUeSUtutN ���������-tau*. iu  n*a :.uUUoal^r������ nr ICdtnantou, 'lHsU'~ & Co.*  l,l;iilU.*<l, Ti'ircata  *������.-.-..������������������������        ���������������������������-.-.   ...,y..  >.������"<"������"���������  "I* "' HI..I.I.W ,   ......i,il.M.IM.  .I-.,. 1....in, ill, I     .  ....Hill.   " ''  '    W.    N.    V.    J422 '"  a3ngliBj:i''mettt.  reinti'oductlon -of Caimdkih ..cuttle;"  "IIjuk IwRiuH th������> nnfi-emhargo 'resolution" of .tlio Na lional Federation of  Meat Trader*. :\ Tl}ji Daily Express. In  conmi en ting on*"' tho cm ba rgo eont.ro-  vr-ersy, sujipoHPs Sir 'Artlmr (Jrllinh-  TM"f-!liv*('*n"!ind otlic-i' ii.i'l;ijl.'tc*i'.*ri j������j*������.-J'<-j-  homr-1-tllled moitt tht-mru'lviv, ho why  iniiiRine ihat 01 her peojiie, prefer the  frozen variety.  Olliuva,��������� Practically without rtiw-  ctifuHjon the House*, voted $ 1,190,6(10 for  the niitlttt(inancc or.ftBhci'Iea;,,$11 *i,k;|0  for Btc-tjimboat: Inspection: $2ft2,0n<'i for  ���������-*���������*,,..*        . ���������������*  jj(i,*iriM*<jl<������MM-iii    hervicc;    stud   '^titt.fitiu  ior the Sorrel ahlpytird.  Lydia, E.   Pinkham^M   Vegetable Compound Helpea$  Where Other Medicines Failed   ,_  navies of Australia and   Canada will,  in. a tew months, ro all    interns    aud  purposes, cease to exist.  "The newspaper continues:"  "In ...the.,  vJew-   of a legitimate cry1;  for    economy    in    this    country    our.  squadrons are being further cut down  in   European   wafers.       The   time   is  not far-distant   when we shall be an  inefficient power by sea and the Washington  slamlard  wil)  seemicgly  be  a  mere scrap of paper.     Is that a small  matter to Canada looking out over the  Atlantic  and j-he Pacific and  does-it  suggest    no    reflection    to    Australia,  New Zealand and South  Africa?      By  -iprnt effort Ihey could    at    least    see  that the Washington standard accepted by Great Britain and the dominions  is maintained,"  "he return' received was $1,352.33'-!.  The amount invested in. stock and  equipment was $539,S53, and. the return received from the sale of this  stock'and equipment-������376,466.    Z "  Lift uff with ringers  Fatal Canoe Accident  Vancouver^ E, C���������"I took Xydin, 15.  Pinltham's Vegetable''Compound, because I was tired and run' down." I  ���������had headaches ancl no appetite and  wasJ* troubled Cor- two; -years��������� ? xvUh  sleeplossnoss. I tried many medl-  cihefl but nothing did me any real  good. While I wwi living in. Washington I was recommended; by ��������� a  friend to talto the Vegetable Compound*. ��������� I am b Iron go r and feel fine  ,.s}.tic6 thoa arid ,nm' ab")e to do* my  IibUBQ wbrlc. I. ant >v 111 i n g for yoa to  ���������use tlicao facts: aa a tCBtitnotital,"���������  Una.. .T. C. amcvTUH, T71 Hornby St,  'Vancouver; BrtllIsU,tCoJ.uiitbIti.  ' Many womGniwcpiihout thoir work  whoi^ It ly a fifreal; .effort,* hecaiiBo 1ho  work must ho done, Xydla ID. Pinl(-  ham's. Vegetable Compound hns  brought re'iioi: to thousands ol tired  Iiauaowlvea by removing the trouhlea  which cause ajinoylng flymptoms,  If you aro mrfTorinR" from ineryons-  WOBfl, headache- mul bnclcacho, pnlnp  In fl|jht or lofb Rido, tired and rundown Coalings, take Xydla El. PJuk-  haan'3  V-ogota'blo  Compousid, ,,  ,'ItiBl-, bottr In mind this, jmedj-rdnb- hnn  ���������-l.QQn used by women foi* ������en rly ftfty  yoat'ii.   That Is n long mcord ,of* rw-v  Two   Men   Drown   When   Canoe 'Over-  Zi ; turns" in Rapids  ;Winnipeg,*���������Ovet-turning oI! a canoe  containing ilir;ee members of the, f or-  esfry. service, on 'Winnip>eg:_ itiver.  above Manitou ItapJds, reaulted In .the  drowning of Fred French, a,flrst: year  student In the 'forestry school, University of Toronto, nnd Albert Bal,e, ofj Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little  Wtrtriipeg, a cook, according to word {'"Freezone" on an aching corn, instant*  received here   ���������������������������*, .- ; -��������� ���������-       *. l'>" ts,^t ������������l'& stops hurting, then short-  Anblher "imlve^lty^^stude^,' W. . MJ^^\,iXt^t;*'rtsht ���������?*F; wi������i. [OnfSm  K^nslt, succeeded in reaching shore! Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of  after* mi 1 kins a valiant effort to res- [ "Freezone" for a few cents, sufficient  cue French.     "He  held  htm  until  he  'o remove every hard corn, soft corn,  ���������'\, '���������  . ,,       .   ���������, ���������������������������*������������������ .        , ior corn between the toes, nnd the cal-  realiared they both   would,  be   drawn  iwses, without soreness,or Irritation.  ovevfl.be rapids, when he was 'forced J  to, i-clinrpifKh hlf^  hold.      French   nnd j  Bnle'were swept other the rapids.  ���������;,;Post 'Office Will Issu-e Llceh'ses-.fr* ���������  ��������� '������������������'���������^t.t'iiiwtt.���������Al't er .Tune 1, radio receiving ;3lcomac������ will. .bo,*|aHM**ad' |.Iu-i>MKh  the post oHlce dopartment ol! larger  cities as well aB* through the .'tjuHo.  brbneh of tho navnl Horvice'department, TIJI.hert.o all licenses -were hi-  fiupd ' l.lu'bUKli lhe latter de.pnr<ment,  An-'earl fer report that, the ItiHUlng ot  (ho, lioou'ses will be turned over iu  the pu.sIiiS dopiiruucut |,y Uncoa-roct,  Tbe , eh n r������e Is $ I arm u n I Iy,  CSermnn War Material Destroy-ect  Merlin,������--lT]i to Miireh . I, t?ermnny  ha^t destroyed r>,85!"i,000 t-Jfles and car-  binwH, 10'i,U*flO*. machine .puna. ���������,85,700,-  00,0; loaded ������hellH andtnlnea, "1*1,800,000  ^r'^'nadcK,  Kl.OH.'l   ulrplftrw-H. und   2-t.4t**tr������  Fruit Crops Damaoed  Victoria.���������Frost has damaged fruit  ."ftropH on VnhcoMvr-r Island and Use  jjfult islands, estimated at. from 30 to  50 pen- cent, of the early bloom, according i������ the Ciovernment report. In  Bomo cases, the damage was a gooJ  deal heavier, <h^ report aaya.  ice, iirirt wtitnUB  upon the- loundidlon [ nlrplano en|.;ine.s, tuicurdJpg to omolul:  ��������� m0llU htiiuvm.  DR,     MI WARD,    Inventor  Celebrated  ol    tho  MIXAKD'S LINffMENT  tSm  IMItalBiiiliaW nimwiHln'* Hm>Wi  m mmm*mmmmm.  THE  C&ES&OR  BETISW  la ;  1*1 *e  Have You Joined  Fifteen Huniire  AB..L  UiUD  -ar ���������>, i\ ~  Yet?  H  B  I  i  Liocai and  . i  Write the Secretary for  Adplipation Forips  [ -">i  erd NOW  SAeets the Situation  Why let luxury (that you  do not need), size (that you  do not want), Speed (that you  cannot lawfully use), lead you  into buying a car that you  cannot afford to own.  TI19 new  Ti!  SCi������w    Tit-  lino  MJCJVO  come into effeot,  so laid down  price o. Ford cars are:  Taurine** C������T7fl  CA  ItfUUJlg 1 ��������� ���������  <9#������U.U3  Light Delivery 732.57  Chassis.... 637.54  ' (with Starter in each case)  Buy a Ford, it is lowest in  price, Lowest in maintenance,  cost lowest in depreciation,  and provides anything; you  oan ask For.  R, S. MtMt Prop.   1  For Sale���������Firelss^-ecoker, on view j  at Mercantile Co. store. j  The Willis piano has again been selected for use hy the Cbautautma. cli������  cuit.    The artists all  have the hiirhest I  praise    fpr    "Canadian ��������� ;Best" pp.no.'  4������. A. Sfreei-s, agent. ' V  Creston Valley helped in better than  average fashion to augment the  pj-oyernmenfc revenues via the provincial police route- during- May*, when  $140 was collected in fines, $375. ip  motor licenses, and . almost $4������ in,  amusement tax.  I V  A commodious glass' showcase has  just been installed in the window afe  the Norris bakery which in addition  to rendering the- -goods weather, and  fly proof also- permits of a much more  effective display of the several new  lines of hot weather cookery that'are  now being-snadev  There has been quite-a healthy demand for telephones this month, and  amongst the June installations > arer  residence phones for C. B. Twigg and  P. C. RndReis at Canyon City; a business phone for the Winlaw Lumber  Companyat Wynndel, and another afc  the TJ-S= custosjjs feovpt* at. !*orthiH������  The weather statistics for May show  that tbe hottest day nf the month was  on the 16th, when the heat wive  reached 81 in the ^shade. The third  was the coolest day of the mrinth with  a showing of 29 above. The rainfall  for May was lighter than usual the  total precipitation  being less than one  ...xr.f  Wra. Ramsay of Nelson, public  ���������works engineer, was here on an official  visit on Thursday Hnd Friday, looking'  ocer the hard-surfacing road operations and bhe new Goat River bridge.  He is expecting to call for tenders for  the new roads at Kitchener and  Arrow Creek before the end off the  month.  In order that a definite conclusion  may be arrived'at as to needed school  accommodation- all parents who will  have children six years of age to start  school after summer holidays are asked to notify Principal Smith or either  of the three trustees. R. B. Staples.  P." H,. Jackson   or  S. A. Speers,   in;������  Although Wednesday's weather was  cobl and inclined--to tip showery a  htimj&er of'loads   of   Cteston   people  EftVIGE  imMDOATE &&&&-.  RHONE 31  motored to Sirdar for the Iiadies' Aid  sale of work and day of general amusement.     Despite  the   threatening  at  mospheric conditions the event was a  big social" and  financial   success   the  dliv'a tnfcllm KoSenni ttlmneiO Cttt/STS  .r      ��������� ������������������   ���������mr���������mm^y    .......xr^ivi   ^ -  The fate of Creston Juodge Knights  of Pythias, was QjqBcialfy sealed on  Thursday Inst when the, regailia and  other equipment, as" well as some $200  .-Qf-fkC������lIPH*Jated dues were returned to  theJ2rand Lodge, where they will be  held-pending- the possible re-opening  ^fv-fche .ledge here..    Eyen the piano  ,^ras sold, W.W. Hall being the buy������r.  >* ._     , >< -���������*"*: . -~     -**        i -*  Although 'May is usually one orttae  quiet, month-.for, ferry traffic the  records for the inonth show that the  Kootenay River transport had a total  passenger list of 160 on the almost 200  rpund trips made. The travel was  principally with double rigs, 76 of  these haying been carried to 16 single,,'  and a; showing of 51 saddle horse  riders.  The bail game of the season is scheduled for 2.30 Sunday afternoon at Exhibition Bark when Yahk will be here  for a return game with Oreston.  These teams met early in May at Yahk  when Creston batted out an 8 to ~. victory, and as the Iqcals are playing-still  better'ball this month certainly a fast.  and exciting game may be looked for,  as Yahk has taken on some new talent  and will show improved form.  i  The Chautauqua" ticket selling cam  paign is now in full swing at all points  in the "Valley, and reports reaching  Chairman Allan are all to the effect  .that at the outside points' the buying  is. considerably heavier than a year  ago, while in town there is also a fin������  demand for both the adult and children.^ admissions. From all appearances a "crowd larger than last year  will be on hand for all the performances.  Miss Alice Heath, who has been on  the stuff of the Bank of Commerce for  Almost the past five years, .has given  up her position, and left oh Sunday  for her home at Invermere. Both as 4*-:  ���������jianior as well: in the other, positions  she held Miss Heath Combined courtesy with ability and"has been one of  the most popular-and efficient clerks  the local staff has ever had, and her  retirment will be^e^jretted by all the  bank's patrons.  ���������    - *'  The Catholic Club finished their  four-ntght series of whists on Friday,  /with the honors for the evening's play  going to Miss Sadie Wood and Frank  Putnam, while tbe worst showings of  the night were by Mrs. McCarthy and  Herb Manuel. The'grahd prizes for  highesttp.tal.points,oh the  went to Missi Woo^^ahd ������������������Jock1' Os-  borne..' "White' the play furnished four  evenijf^s of ^.^^i& ''"'ent^'t^i^ienti1*''  owing to the seriesjbeing so late in the  season the attendance was not as  large as hoped for, but at that the Sad-  ������es~will clear a few dollars on their undertaking.   -  ".Canadian Best*'' piano is both Canadian and. ��������� British through and  through. Built, by .Canadian labour  and financedfby Canadian capital, the  Willis stands for the' highest ideals in  piano construction. Again selected  for the Chautauqua circuit in British  Columbia and the west*' S. A. Speers,  agent.   .  Rev. G. Knox got back-, on Friday  from attending the annua! Methodist  conference at "Vancouyer, and reports  it about the most successful yearly  conclave   of ~ recent   years.     Creston  ���������, .1 ~_~-.i\t   %.���������   2���������*-,������������������.Zxf.���������Jl      X-x  -tm.-,-.^���������   X.X.-.X.  Rev, Mr. Hamilton, who had to give  rj������������ t-hs work here due to ill Ssealth in  1920 is now back in the pulpit���������at  Grace Church, Vancouver. .Hev. M.  W. Lees, who retired as local pastor  in 1918 is how at Smithers, while Bey.  Fred. I* Carpenter, will again  year be in charge at Sapperton.  tljES  AnPAWAftl    m   A fl������P"f!%������  I  1  Apnfs for toiiiard's and Nailson's Chocolates  CATERING IN AIL ITS BRANCHES,        HI6H GUSS GOHFElJJiCHERY  /Mal^e our Tea Room your headquarters   ff  . during Cnautauqua week. 1  Chautauqua Tickets on sale.  Next door to'Bev&n'* Garage  Genuine -En&Nsfo-Mm&e  QI&~m~*Lessf Gsspm- mssil  $3.00 and $3.75 per doz.  also  -ri. '���������<���������'���������- r,l:i~       *..������ l ��������� ������������������'      ���������s  SUNDAY, JUNE  Trinity Sunday  11  CRESTON BRICKSON  8 and 11 a.m., 7.30 p m. 3.00 a.m.  Try the Drugstore First  m^mw*B&^^m\~\\~~ff    _WL~Wt JBL jj&jytfty    mWPjBltt_MtWt~W!!mGP8-  ffjgnjp tffl^r    tin&u~w%BW W     B BBWBELm^Er  Have yon said, "I would give any thing to have  a picture of the spot we camped at last summer!"  Perhaps a waterfall, nice quiet, cool stream, or lake.  mt\mm>M jf-var      maajfrntmrnm ....  get ifc this year.    Get a Kodak, any price or size.    We  -   supply everything to a Graflex, and you will  be certain of getting it.  Snap the Picture !     Bring your Film to ua.  We'll do the rest.  Plain White Gups mml  ; 'SSSSiS&mf^S   ~  $3.00 per doz.  ��������� ���������-������������������" "��������� ;       . .      - -   ���������   " , ���������-������������������*. * ;���������  .'.���������' '.    i ���������-.  '���������������������������.. ���������'**���������' *  ���������n       ���������'.'''   a'       , '��������� ��������� ���������     "I   '  Coming at this time, and at the prices,  .'. ~..tl^^ ���������, should"���������: b^A^dou^^., ''welcome. ": *  ,,?Zy z'zz-- 'qtfii^JiJ^  m^wsdn Brothers  Better Service General Merchants Lower Prices  General Merchants  MMMMaaaMnanHoi  IHWB  fllSlTCS  BS* A 1 1 BB"   ^lA^TiJifl A w^   I fil  List 1 1 BBw'*"W'iPtt 1 VWJii 11   Llll  L  Mail Orderm a  a>gjrt~*;$*4-~y,  9  Phone Service  Prompt Attention  Mbsquito-Proof Wire Cloth  Ten rolls of 20-Mesh Wire Cloth.    This is a very fine mesh and guaranteed mosquito proof.    Don't put off purchasing as fche lot will be.solci;<'  /'���������.'-���������     - in a few days,'i?nd we are unable fco replace.  Screen Doors in all the standard sizes  re  ��������� '   z .. . s, . ��������� ���������  NjewFterfaction Oil Stoves  v Clean heat's the fchin^���������the first thing one looks for in a sfcove. The  three million users have found thafc fche New Perfection giv^s just fche  right Heat for eyery kind of cooking���������clean, steady, dependable heat.  2-&URArER,[$23a*1)������a 3������BURNER $S0.^ OVEN 9&2&.  I IB  Be  Dry Goods  GrucorlBS  Furniture  Hardware  am  mtm  3  ��������� risit'^MViiwfa'Htiiti^.iM^ *W**t������������ ������.-���������**������* n***********  ���������&**'^t-^MS,'4w%������w^wtf^������**iawt*fe*i^M^  UMmUMiMm  ^a^  ..^i,,^^|:M���������^^,^^^MM4i^>tWt^to^Wl  |  MWWiWl


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