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Thatthe laidi-'  es are living well np to this high ideal  is de-aicKsfcftsts^.-in   the sale of work  and afternoon and eyevjiing of genet*-";  al eQfrerfcaintn*?nb which' they had  on  Wednesday   lasfc^-just   five    month"  f g*i>ai   uue    u������(i������, * or    orK-anization���������air  which pleasure for their, guests and  profit to the ladies ��������� Wre.happilv com-  bine&L the affair yielding a net return  of 8210. -  It was originally intended to haye  the da^s doingsifo spacious tents, but  nnp^opltious ' weather necessitated  ������siiSg theTschQplhouse, which the trus-  tees'%(^y kindly placed h. the disposal  of thdfc^cT^e, %ho were gowned in  striking costumes quaintly decorated  with bluebirds, Thejsale of needle  work, most all Ot which had been  made at the fortnightly work sessions  of thecirclg, -jifas in charge of Mrs.  Jones (KusktM|pok) and this proved  the biggest 'wvenne producer, the  day's intake h$ing in the neighbor-,  hood of $88. ~ -Misses Hazel and Mar-  geoty Gbqcjfman' and Mrs/ Loasby  supervised the serving of ice cream  and sale of candy and in the two departments accounted for-an intake of  over $3$. Mesdames North, Rogers,,  Tuohey j^nd Cameron were ideal afternoon tea hostesses and their efforts  were rewarded by cash receipts of over  $42, combined with the receipts from  the evening " dinner which was in  charge of Mrs. Lo-ishy White *'JMUw"  ���������k>odmah^^vhO'v89perviKe^^^d^e������  supper "fctfiSfiMet3" In' another i$2? assthe  proceeds of* the refreshments /served  tbe evening merry makers.  * ��������������� **  Another popuJ&r participant in the  day's proceedings waa!" Mrs. ^Wilson,  who officiated as a gipsy fortune teller  and had quite a hasy day of it-fore  casting invariably happy futures^ for  her host of clients. * That Mrs. North  has the knack of executing peedlecraft  excellent as to workmanship and popular in design was shown in the  demand for tickets on the hand em-,  broidered bedspread done by herself  and which was raffled during the  afternoon with little Miss Nettie Mc*  C-ilbe drawing ticket 87, which -was  held by Miss Hazel Goodman. The  raffle accounted for an intake of just  oyer 802, but this might have been  materilaly added to as there was a  great demand, for tickets after the  limit set on the sale of them had been,  reached and ticket selling stopped. *'s--  Mr. Tuohey kept things pmiving 4 i  -*.��������� the dance in the schoolhouse   in   the  evening,yfor   which   excellent   music  wiih provided by ' Tuitt, Foreman, IwIJkm-  es Lewis,   L, Oherrington   and   Mai-  geory Goodman, with   a  grewtly   appreciated   added   feature:  by. C. Lriv-  azelli who played his  piano-nccoi-deou  to   plunb    accompaniment    by   Mrs.  Loasby*     Mr. ,Dob������e ������1ho populnriteed  htniBelf with his  dramatic   recitation  with piano abllgato by Mrs. Foreman*.  Quite a numbel* from Cieston motor-,  cd down for the affair and  tt was unfortunate that the unfavorable weath  -  ev preeludt'd {the boat trips as well its  bathing for some of the more weather  proof njmbngiiit the visitors    Mr. Port*  er with  his ;. three, daughters and one  eon were motor visitors from   Michel;  while another-   hn*sy   out<of-towri   attendant was.JMiKS Lewis^of Eastportf.,  Idaho, who was Airs.  McCabo'a giteab.  The.circle bakes this means of express  . Ior Its very  great thanks to all who  attended uh well  uh all who helped in  various other ways tc> make their in*  itial effort such an outstanding social  n.������ w������i1I as financial Huecemw,  tion whl hayg* one or more representatives at the Chattta-qua at Creston for  the next few days and evenings.  Geo. Cartwright is the latest tb dis*  card-the haybnrners permanent!? for  pleasure and commercial- driving, and  Ss now seen behind the steering wheel  sif a Baby Grand Special which he pnr-  sshased 3a st week frcsas HP. W= Speaker  of Canyon City. " y -  rsb of ths  4  D. S. Timmons left'the  week for Nelfiop "where he is combining pleasure with business. Mef������  Timmons has been at Nelson for the  past ten days.  At the rate he is going now Fotw-  manZB&pr-S will complete the has-d Hua^*  face highway to its finfehat the^CnE������.B.  -.���������..-.Srn    I . ~. 1        Xt  , -1       ������ x, ..���������._t_  v-xixx-m.   *u*t:,^|-iii      xiatxZ   svv-.tv-v.x /xl J      vxt~" Xrxm. my  part nf next month. Now jthe road-  making machinery is so adraontagem^s-  ly located - it - m-~heiped fdl '-the  J?est of the. traffic -faighwav to - fhe  Brickson depot wiiibe given h^/cd surface attention.  A demonstration on irrigation 'will  be given at the Frank Paitnaiu .ranch  on Saturday afternoon. June 24th, byi"**11 ^a������������"  J4r.*Newtbn, the provincial soil expert,   ~  assisted by   Mr.   Ilelniei%   who   is   in  Ladles Injured in  Runaway Mishap  The, inesfc":;disii*������siu'g (though,  folrtunately,-' riot fitye$$ runaway mis-  hap..that Alice" Siding Jjas bad in years  occurred oh B^day rfilght. last^and in  which Mrs. Ji.^H������__W$*ster suffered a  broken rightlenv^la^kervleft-arm, as  well a^ beinja^severet^injiired intern-  ally*.- Whilst Idfrs, T:.l^velyan suffered  a* very se%'������e������ slaifefj^ up.. It tvnald  t^ppekr that- the "$���������?���������%*."ladies witb a  Couple of *the'''We^^er ohifdren were  returning atmub0 o'c^Sck from'a visit  with %!���������:& Barraclough. and that while  comitig down th^'ra^ft^. steep 4>ili leading Ui She^niHsn'toaA^Ihe horse |&*t he-  yond tfcontroS'and icr;,jr|s tun down the  grade the .l-adies -^p?5,thi-o-wn out of  the rig sustaining' tKe sinjuries^/finen-  tiohed. t ^Etith/_ ogttiB&fcerable^' vfore  thc������ught the children-1& -the rig man  aged to. jump out? of^Yfche back and  were unhurt, and y*j-\$f> thus able* to  make speed to .fch^%������|)ii8teble  rafich  XK-Oili whiuii   EJi-.  had it not been for the fact that she  was holding the infant child of Mrs.  Treveyan's on the ill-fated trip, abd  with, characteristic maternal instict  stayed with the rig rather than jeopardize the little one's life by snaking a*  scramble ont of the ,last-travelling  buggy.' *  "--.   Miiee&Minff.;-.  ' E i. -     t  - '.John Parkin returned from Michel  on Monday.  John Johnson and Hector Stewart  spent the week-end at Summit Cretek  on ailshing   trip   and   report   a   fair  catch.  j-  . ,  tZrmnM RwnvfcK   V*~*a -*������bF    >j>1rAn"do13w_   _-    ���������-, "=    ��������� *^-*l -������=        ���������       ^ ;    ^tr-m^-xrt.        ��������� -*  ery of a couple of .hives <>f bees,, which  fterhad shipped in from Kelowna. He  int&nds specializing' in_the apiary/line  in future. -������������������t" -  M&p&  1-0. Z5_*ji_iy ~S���������    V- X3ttfWtj^iV-tU^ WHO  fc������    \~r-^������*-V*������f *    ��������� "^  phoned:fojp. <pd:svho^fiivedprompfcty  on the scerieiinxl. ha^jfehe   huiies   recharge 4������f the demonstration farm s~~]mc*ve^ to theii-^m^|n^his car*,-^ At  Sumnierlnnd. ^ K   - jpi-es^nt.Mrs. _ VSfe!is|SS^ ja. r^ss^   k  easily as could; be" expected jm& \as  nd thetmick'trip  Those who made' purchases of powder through the. Unit-ed Farmers this  year ai-e asked to at once interview,  Secretary Littlejohn end sign the regulation powder rebate fjiFnis. as tJ������������=se  hat'e Us be returned by theend-of the  month.  Frank Staples was a Bonners Ferry  visitor    nn    Tuesday,   accompanying  f Messrs. Constable and Bevan of Creston, who visited that t-ovnr on a Kootenay Flats drainage mission.  soiin -a������ she can  she will be taken -.t������i^|Ke   Cratobi-ook  hot.pilal.    While noteVao/ dangerously  iiui-MdTs. Tiwelyan i|i.8H{ferinR:iuvach  from the mishap, fru������"*l$ j*ls'i> ^diving a������  well ag-������<������uld be,-hop*ed*forr;y M)|-e^ Mc-  Dc������nu3crof Calgarv a i^ftit^hter- of Mr-  ^.ndMi-H. \^*b"ster. arrlvrt5 tin Sunday  to take   eare   of' her ���������^ii������ot^ies% ~ ^^Jttrs.  Webster wonld' probably- rhay������f come  fcbrauKb the   nnf{������rt������rtfit^ occurrence  with nothing-\vors5- than a^bakinR up t deficiency on rhh. smal^frmts.  Mrs. M. Churchill was a week-end  guest of Mi-s. W, A. Mason/ at"  Wynndel. "  T. Trevelyfin is counting to have the  first strawberries fot- the Crestoii  market hefns-e the end of the week,  and by not later than Tuesday to have  a -������rate of them for export.. -   -  Geo^Hond andf Chai-iie SatclEffe  W*6re business yisitoi-s at Kitchener, at  fe\e week-end ah^ George, was back  again on Tuesday to take del! very vof a  heavy r wagon which he purchased  there.  Fred Ash has about completed the  installation of-his irrigation system  wjlich is operated by gas engine aud  the supply nf water secured' at the  slough below the ranch- -Ue is utilizing the wetnesstu suf������pty feny miastnre  ���������%->  ' 1  r  'd^^&^ttZ--  u  Creston  11 Si  -  June 15^21  FRIDAY  AdanacR  All-Canadian ;.QuarteU'\  *   Iicjotuie-���������"Family   B������*mudie8."  Z'i-P-      Herlw?rt Lieun Copa  "SATURDAY  B!1^r;:\^iJ1n<i'jiiThy;^ro.heBtrA  ,    r'*;,.:;;.Aloafc^;Thom������6h.'.,:"'  9 - PROGRAMMES REMAIN - ,9  Paid- at-the * te rtt > ad mission s to the FIVE Eveni ng - ���������*  programmes wil] cost $4.25. - Save your money  by Ixjiying   a   Season   Ticket   to-day.  1>  EirtelaiOM  Mr, Vanderburmh im in t;hMrge of the  G.P.lt. Htallon fin tho abatencc of T.  W. Bundy, who la tnkhrg Ijla uhuhI  fortnight's vacation this month.  Practically every Ffome lo  tlifi. two-  ,';/ Monday t> 'p---  Parneirn ���������'One-Man Band."  Leoti i ri*^*'lSeeih������ TiifeW hoie.n  ,; WilUahiH.-Stout"   ;;.  Lecture ���������-''Si-wnji-T'isaied  RiiRsia,  r Morita;0. Hindus,  tt  -    TUESDAY     ���������'���������:���������.:.,;  High-tilaRS Drama tic Coniedy  4'Mra.T^TntrtM*B TuUgfatn.V  Rcedh-M^tropolitan Playerfl,    ���������  ., "WEDNESDAY      '":>  ���������"      "      !l ...        ' , ' '���������"'  '*.   ��������� V..    .      .���������;      '    ' ,   '  Lecture iy Costume���������-"From ^Peacfl  Pipe to War Trail ati"4 Back. A Kalis"  '     Chief, Strongh^rt.  Davie, Master Magician.   .  CRESTON            AB.  H.  H.  E.  Long; ab.~i^. 'm^m' 6  2  2  1  Telfoi-d. n v_ 6  3  2  0  Romano,   If mt- i���������. 6  3  2  0  Atkiptmn; 2b_.��������� 6  4  4  1  Kimberley, ms_. 8  3  2  1  Bleu'mur  p.���������_ 6  1  2  0  McKelveTV lb^.-.U 6  0  1  1  Botterill; cf :. _..��������� S  1  1  1  Maxwell, rf . 5  -2  2  0  51.  .9  18  5  YAHK                  AB.  ��������� EC.  H.  E.  Uafw<Mvd.   Ib 5  I  1  2  Beare,  2li .���������_��������� __l,  5  1  1  2  Young,  8l������ ���������..  5  1  2  2  Baum,, ss,,c_^:; , 4  1  1  1  Wicks, rf  4  1  1  0  Bedvnan, c.,wa  4  1  1  1  Bet-synes", p *!  0  0  mm-  HaikiilUin, If ���������_��������� 4  u  0  ������  Ogltvie.   rf  4  0  I  0  Ei LER-W8 PLOUGH BV L*DI BS������, OKOMK^TRA  In ������cr������c������rbi.Ih������ third ~\r~i* at CH������ujt*uqua.  A  --~-  SEASON TICKETS ^^00D- BUYING  up till the  Evening Programme,i Saturday  i i-ckels  Badly Defeated  Playing the titnliest article of ball  ever shown by a team wearing the  Creston uniform Capt. "Aiklasos asad  his followers had no trouble at all dis->  posing of Yahk���������for the ������ecopd time  this season���������by the cricket s^ose of 19  to 6, and an inning to spare.     ~   ~  OSensivelv and defensive!? Yahk  was outclassed in eyery detail and at  every position on thefi^d, and after  the second inning there was no ocea-*-  ston to dotibt who wonld be returned  Zinsser.  ~01 -f-j.1,A...-   htm,.m-*l*-*.*A*    tttAO    Kfe3*#"      m.~tM%^    m^mm.  ~--~*-i000~~.    0-rm..J t00*~04    noo   xtiil * *n^*wi   oui*  prising Tegtiiarifcy and while his support was rather ragged all "the way  thipugh, in fairness to him it shnnia  be said the Greston sluggers had considerable good ^ fbrtase fa Hlf&ing  them well out of reach- of %oj% the iz>-  Beld and outfield. If there'waa" any  choice to the -Yahk aggregation special  mention is  coming   tb ~ttna~jfc.: *ho  tomb iittix vrsnat.'tvr-tiarnimtsSlk: jM������j-feB^-'-*3Tba. *^J������;  and Bfeare, who hqsiLra^fer^hhuByday  of it at 'second base, ah^^^wlfiiiStand-  idg two errors was quitbfr theclaaficof  the InSeld. At tbe end of: tbe &&&**  ahos-lptop J������m%zui and -cstcSssr sSsdsssHs  exchanged places, and had relie. pitcher Robinson gone into the box-at ������he  same time, the score might haye beenr  closer. As it was hr was "hot utilized  untiS the eighth, in which-I naing oniy  four Greston^ battei-s faced him;  The feature, 'probably to' Creston's  win was the battery work of Blenm-  ennner and" Telford.      For  the vfirst  time this year the local heayer served  up the sbnots as signalled for by his  battery partner and fult credit is coming t������ Telford for the rather Bight hit-  Jtipg indulged in   by the usually reli-^,  able Yahk .-batsmen.    1~\  Addition .to  having   good_ control   Blemu^nauer*  ^i-it&t>tti. ha������3^n^^^^b il&������������i$4������  f Ik t-fe^^wjfe^garden; tvhile^bbth tfn'=the  | field and ijt bat%tkiB*on 46uS n^tt^Mjr.  j showing, iiSs iiiotHs totalling fbnrjsafe-  ties on sis trips tr> the  piste. " Charlie  Botterill.    who    i-eplnced -Taylor *' at  "fcentTefleld.- batted   iu   better .itashfoh  than his'predecessor and  on the field  was equally as reliable.      McKelveyV  hitting was- lighter thsm usual.   Kiut-,  bei-tey had but.-one   en-tir   registered  against him in quite a busy afternoon,  and nt third base   Long   was "equally  proficient, while fur speed on the paths  nothing that has appehe-W* }**.+*������ i_*GV~  Kusio,   Wycliffe and Yahk can equal  him.  The umpiring was done by Paten*  aude uf Yahk a.nd Bessette of Creston.  Tho fonoer haid his t?-oubles for the  ftrst few innings on base decisions, but  the Inttei V work .wa& never questioned.   The box Hcore: -'��������� '.."���������'���������  ���������*-*u-*Vi*  cuvaijiiljle-���������ai -Norris''Bakery or at the big Tent  4������ 0 8 to  Co'aton..���������0 1 1 I 0 '������ 0 1 x IU  Yahk 0   10   0   BO   0   0   ������   0  Thin is the Hf*cond tlefoab Oreston  nas handed Yahk ibis 5ear, hentirg  them on their ������iwn iftoumlH 8 to 1  -about ������\x we^kfl ago, nnd with Ynhk  iHin������������ing well towarti the front in tl c  W<������Hli-t-i] diviniim of tin.- Kant IContvnay  liNigue Creston hns every i-eM������wii lobe  fiu*.tly proud of the showing tht������1i>r>Nl  nine Ih making this yeai.  Then-eKt gam a will In* wllhNetRon  on Sunday afternoon, .Tune IP. 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one-halt of the 16,774 immigrants -who
have entereft. Canada this -year.- "   The
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away. -1 kept on* improving until now
I lee! as fl he as I erer did in my life,
as sour as vinegar. I bloated ter-j I'm tliankful a thousand tim��s over
ribly, with gas and,-was so nauseated for wliat Tarmac has done for me." "
I could scarcely retain a thing of. the j      Tanlac is sold by all good druggists.
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Tiie Canadian Buciget
During  the  Great War and in  the years   since,  men responsible* for the
J3ri*isii, 4,528;; United States, 8,01-9;
"orher_countries]; 4,227."
The - steamei^ Abron. from Alexandria, entered'Boston-harbor'without a
p^lot, by melius of radio bearings-and
soundings ofily-Ca-ptain Powel'l"reported that the innovation was successful.'
A. -J-,. C. Atkinson, Vermillion, Alta.,
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administration of national finances the world over have been confronted with
great difficulty in balancing their annual budgets. They have had to overcome .obstacles of all kinds. War expenditures had resulted in piling up
national debts to unprecedented heights, the interest charges on which alone
called foi- enormous sums annually. Pensions, care of disabled soldiers, re-
establishment of soldiers, call for further large sums each .year. During the
war years ordinary expendilures.on capital account were disconlinued, and
with the close of the war many services were found to have deteriorated and
eiilled for large sums of money to make good the previous years* enforced
neg.Vect. '...-.
.Larger revenues had. therefore, to be obtained and thea*e was only one
way to get the money���by increasing taxation. But taxation had to be im-j
jiosed in such a way as to inferelere as little as possible with business during
the difficult period of re-adjustment from;a war to a peace basis when the
whole world'was engaged in the task of reconstruction, when hundreds oi
thousands ol' people were ruined, and with unemployment of millions of men
and women. Governments only exist by will of the people, and it always
lias to be ..recognized that there is a limit which-any people will stand in. the
matter of taxation.  .
The problem facing finance ministers* has "been to raise the larger revenues needed without at the same time doing irreparable injury to the business interests of the country and thereby, in the final analysis, creating an
even worse and more diflicuJIy situation.
^British Chancellors of the Exchequer- went further than those of other
countries, in imposing'heavy," even drastic, taxation. They proceeded to impose such taxation upon everybody, but more particularly upon the wealthier
'classes. The result has heen thai, for some years past. G-reat Britain has
bcen steadily reducing its war debt, and in tlie" last BritisH budget it was
possible, owing to drastic cuts in national expenditures and -as a result of
naval disarmament to a marked oxten't,;*lo announce a beginning in reduction
of taxation. In..the United States, too;" there has been a reduction in_ the
national debt since the close of the war. ...
In Canada, on the other "band, the enornious debt created by the war,
instead of being reduced in the years since the Armistice, has gone on steadily increasing. This has been due to the fact that lhe national revenues have
tailed to meet the extraordinary charges for interest on 1he debt, p^nsions,
re-establishment of soldiers, and the heavy deficits on the national railways.
The-time had come when a halt bad to be���called lo further increases in the
debt unless it was to become a monster which would finally bring the Dominion to bankruptcy. - Reduction in expenditures had lo be insisted upon,
and heavier taxation had to be imposed, but-imposed in such a way as not to
seriously interfere with business and the development oi  the country.   ���
Ho��. W. SV Fielding in his first budget since again assuming the oilice of
finance minister appears to have taken a ieAt out of the books of British
ministers. . .Reductions jn expenditure in many departments ol government
"were no td in the Estimates, and even'"these were further reduced in the
Commons, notably in the-militia and naval departments. ' The budget now
announces the imposition of increased'taxation. y There are certain ieductions.in Customs duties, principally by way of increases in "the' British prefer
mathematics . and   mechanics;" accord
ing to-the result's In the faculty oi* applied science" qt McGill University.-
It is understood that the Morgan
group, with which certain .British
bankers are Associated, shortly will
send representatives to Vienna to
study tbe Austrian .financial system
with-a view to ascertaining whether
there as any basis J or a loan to aid
Auslria's   reconstruction.
Urged-by Lieut.-Col. C J. Williams
of the Navy L'eague. and Sam Harris,
President of the Ontario Division of
the League to take action Toronto
City* Council endorsed the protest of
the Navy League against the proposed  curtailment of the Canadian navy."
The Canadian Pacific Railway Com
pany has transferred to the Federal
Government the 50,000 acres ot coal
lands referred "to in the Crow's Nest
Pass Subsidy Act ot 1S9~: The transfer was made on September 14, '3 905,
and the-certificate of title was issued
on November 27 of the same year.
HALJFAX EXPLOSION
WRECKED HER NERVES
ential tariff, and there is. a." removal of.a number of .rest fictions to trade which { housework.
should prove beneficial all round, but  from a revenue standpoint  these reductions are rn"bre than offset  by increased* taxation In other ways.
ft is in the form of-raising this additional' revenue thai Mr. Fielding is
following the example of British ministers. .The much needed new re enue
is to come from heavier taxation on luxuries, and 'upon transactions carried
through, l>y men and corporations of larger ..means and wealth. Tl'P'-e are
increased taxes imposed on" liquors, boflv intoxicating and known as soft
drinks, on the higher priced cigars and cigarettes, on automobiles. ou^i<mlc
cheques, telegrams and cablegram's, on the note circulation ol' banlvsr and
ihrough an increased sales tax, In other words, those people in the Dominion who are besT able to pay are to be re-quired to do so.
Of" .course, there  will  be   criticism  from   all. these  quarters,  and   already!
associations representing this and that   particular Jut crest are demanding re-j
consideration by the. Government; of this and that ta.\.      It itulhI' be reeogniz-'
ed,   however,   that   the   Federal   Government' inust    obtain   larger   revenues.
Canada dare nor go on adding additional millions  to thn national ut-bl  everv
year.     To do so would be to commit national suicide, because it would not be
long before an ever-mounting debt would eat up."the entire revenue in interest"
charges alone.
'l'l\ix\ being the case, it follows that those who can afford to indulge in
luxuries, ot- who are in a position to ���issue large cheques where the average
man issues only small ones or none at all, should he. called upon to pay. "It
is the system which has helped t-lreat Britain throu'gh the hard years following t 'is*,  war.      ti Ik the system that  should be given a fair trial by Canada.
The reader will, no doubt, remember
when a lew years ago there was a
collision in the Halilax, N.S., Harbor
and one of the munition ships was
blown up, ^causing great los��- of life
and laying a large portion ot the city
in ruins, and causing a great deal of
suffering and distress among^ the inhabit a Ms.
Mrs: Winfickt Dill, now of Windsor,
N.S., was living-^ln Halifax at that
time and went through this trying experience and the shock wrecked her
neryes. ""Sbe writes as* follows:���"'twas living in Halifax at the time of
the explosion, and it wrecked my
nerves so that I could not do my
1 would take such nerv-
would be under the  doc-.
ous spells
tor*s> care.
I saw Miiburn's Pica ri and Nerve
Pills advertised, so I took* two boxes,
and they helped me so much I took six
more, and now lam completely relieved. [ can recommend tJhern to1 anyone suffering from "heart and nerve
trouble." *, ��� * v       '
To-all fbose who suff&r- from nerv-
votts shock we would recommend our
Dishwashing is the .day's moat disagreeable.task. Pot washing as the
- dirtiest job of aii. Save time and
keep your temper by cooking with
utensils that cannot absorb dirt or
grease���pots and pans that wash easily with soap and-[water and wipe
sweet and clean IHds. china. Make- yoHr
hotisework easier-fey
tiSuig
j&m-zmffiid
'WHENEVE RYO U
Dfasaond Ware Is a tliree-
c-oated enameled steel, sfcy blue
and white ontstd* vrlth a {snovrjr
white tfnlne. Pearl Wu* is a
two-coated enaaieled steel, pearl
--grey  aad  white  inside  and oot.-
" -JtJtar sv
���ws-Sheet hlsrai. Products cb*^S5��T
MONTREAL TORONTO    WINNIPEG -
SOMONYON     VANCOUVER    CALGARY
Smallest Gold Coin
Minted at Geneva, Weighs Less Than
Postage Stamp
The smallest gold coin in tlie -world
has just been minted at Geneva ior
the use of the X-eague of Nations,
Thotigli called a franc, it has nothing
in common with the familiar French i
coin, being: worth only about one'
penny in British money. It is octagonal in shape, and on one side are
engraved 1he initials '-S.D.N.'"���So-
ciete des Nations. So tiny is the
coin, hovrever, that the letters can be
read only byj the* aid of a .powerful
magnifying glass, while its weight is
less than that of an ordinary postage
stamp". The gold franc is not intended i'or general circulation. Ii represents the unit ot universal value in
Which the forthcoming budget o�� the
League of Nations is to-be calculated.
-Its actual "weight is" given officially a4
,.03225805 of a gramme. ':
RocTvfall, a small island 260 .miles
north of Ireland has sunk three feet
in the past 33 -years.
A .man's hardest
to be himself.
taskmaster   ougiit
IS THERE A BABY
WIT  *T����.*fc1X��
*��*��� n.j.2!-r,  c.
ffl Yuuii Hur/it
/
DO
fill HAelU H^ M
Yes*    And They Must Keep
Well and Strong
Two Interesting Letters
Toronto. Onrario.���"Whftn mv hits-
\,nri(\ wiir-i rnHm] b:i<-k 1o FOnR'lrmd 1n
It'll! I took K.vftia I-:. ['"mkhain'.i Vepce-
t<'��i>!;> Ctiuni<iM..il to strsMJ^'-hctii tjjc so
( rrould worI*;. J had a irouhlf- that.
VLC'ii in rnuUr* inc wf'-ak. l)Uf I am
f((,��.*. tr* d'*�� in v work now an<|-?mi
porOclly satltitlpd with your nicdl**
citv>. I still Kf.*r. ft at tho t-hcnilst-H
i*��nd I sirou^ly r<-c;Kuiu<'jjil II lo miy-
fiorly f lif-fir fi. riufforint!: oh I did.
You tufij" imhlish thi��i If you wish."
���-��� M'������*.���:, i:. H'orwtM.ov.'i'.tt, *<H'.�� Yonc:" '">' .
Toronto, Ontario.
1 Did Not Feel Like Working
"l   was in  ;\. ��� m*v.t._:\\   run-down  con-'
diiiOij .%;th ,t a*';iI;.. \kii.\, ami a. lii-'L
fpf-linc; ho t lio r f did n'll fr-pl liJ.-*
work! tif?. My inotln-r wan ttd'.lriia;
T.yrltti I'*:. Plnl*.'h;>!n'*; Wpfotabic ("cm-.-
(Hiunil anil i'��*coiiitn��-n��l��-'i! i; ich im-, .-.���*
1 ii.'p .'��� ��� , ;��!. i'ii -. . uri i'..\ ������������������ i. i < '��������� - * T
.inil I :��m riA-.v ohlo to r??*��� ni,v��v.-or!'. I
recornitiiMitl ilu' \.'t'C,>**.'LU*t��- <,'oiui.��oitni*i
to my tif-Sfduior.i ,'md you nifiy jnili-
IIhIi my \r-tTi*r."---'!'t1tm. ,ium:i-ii-i',- i-.,
Our.su.'.it.   Tilox    17,   Curlm?.,   AIImt:,"j,
li.vtJIti 10. PinUhnm'* Wt-i-rrrbl-f*! fV*m-
poiui(J qfiorild tin i'titft, M'|u-n yon (Ir-ft.
nottct* Murh .'i.v?ni>totiis if? nnrvonnnnrH'-i,
hnHcrirli-Fi, wcfiknoH*. juifl -iri-fftitint'Ity.
It   will   h��>tji>   voir   nnrl    [.rcvfiit    inorii
itmOi IVA-Uit    I.IIJitiAir,.        S.,.,ttU     ii    xt.    ��Ulk      l.< . 1.4.
WI IL BURN'S-
HEART AND  NERVE  PILLS
as the best L'-emedy to "tone up the en- j
tha nervous sy&iem and strengthen I
the     weakened     organs. MiiburiTa j
Heart and Nerve Pills are the original
heart and nerve food having beeff�����n
the market for Hie pa��t 27 years.
Price; '���" 50c a box . at all, dealei-S; or
mailed direct on receipt of price by
The T. MLlburn Co:. limited, Toronto.
Ont. . .
Denmark's Icings haye been called
j either Chris!ian. or Frederick * for
iover  100 years.
Marble . is
stallisted   by
'    *v
earlh.
chalk,   changed   and   cry-
thc  internal   neai   l>L'  Lhe
Is there a btiby or young" chLld.ren ia
your home? -Ii'~ there is you shoutfl
not .be. without a box,of Baby's Own
Tablets. Childhood ailments come
quickly ancl means should always be
at" -hand "to promptly "fight them.
Baby's Own Tablets are the ideal
home, remedy. They regulate- the
bowels; sweeten the stomach; banish
constipation and indigestion: break
up-colds and simple levers���in fact
they relieve all the minor ills of little
ones. Concerning them Mrs. Mois-e
Cadotte, Ma*kam.ik, Que., writes:
"Baby's Own-TableL=i are " the besE
remedy in the world for little ones.
My ba*by suffered terribly Trom indigestion and vomiting, imt the Tab'
lets soon" set her right and now she
is ' in perfect -liealth.7 Thfc Tablets
are sold" by medicine dealers or by
mail at 25c a box from The Dr7 Williams' Medicine Cq., Brockville,.''On I.
A    locomotive    was-imported  from
I3ug3and    In.    3 82*,    to    serve
model for American bunders.
as
State Wheat m Stated-Ships
Co mm on wealth Liner Loads .6,000
Tons of Queensland Wheat
The Queensland Slate \Vheat Board
lias chartered Commonwealth Oovern-
men!. *hl|>,s foi- cat-goes oversea and
lhe liner AuslruUvenk has lei't Bris-'
b;in��  with, 6,000 tons abdm-d,        >      -\
The QueenalHiul Hhlp.vn.rilH of Waltc-
ih'A. Ltd., .luive com pi p fed hulldlng
Ihcli- second 6.000 ton slo-el steamship
for . l.Uw Conunonsvi'iilLlr <.rOYeruuienL
line.-'
Sp.ire tlio children, irom HiilTerlnic
i roim worms by using������'Millnr's Worm
Po\Mihii*s, ti moBl*. ep"fi('!l.iv"e' UMi-mll*u��W
wiih which to cfMUbur Ih^se InaldiouH
f-o-f-s of i he younK'siwd lioipleHR,' ILis-uri
t-x'collent woryi <leKl.i-oy����r,- and when
H�� nuiilMli-'H bocoine lcuown in tt hotiae-
hoid no olh����r- will l>r> UKPd. T*h*rt
iiH'dieltic iinis by jltsotl', rectulring no
purgfii Ivo Mj iiH.si.st U,nncl so Lhoitnigh-
!,v iliitt  rioihlng mort*4 h* tieHli'^d.
Standing T Inn toe i* on  Vancouver iBland
S tya UI n k __ Ik* I'n iv *|U��i* Viincouvcr In-
l.'tnd As.-TiifiiiiIon lioardrt of *rrmlc. P.,
vv    ."s'.-r*-;  viiniriii-d   ils��-  siniuliriii?  llni-
ml   ;ii    I l*;,'ti>n,
[���orlli'mi  ���of  Ihn
I lii'   |(,!h<|uIhi;iI1
I��.-Si,   ihn   Ki'ii*
Man of Tvvo Hearts Dead
M:IUe Cliiavontpne, 22 years old,
who priKxIcil the medical profesBlon
because of having two hearts, is' dead
at his home, Kevvanee, 111. ~ He had
coini'ilulned ul' heart (rouble -since boyhood, and eight nidn.tiisj.sigo l|o. ������."was
examined at Rush- Medical Coil-ego,
Chicaga, wliere ' i. was discovered he
had tw.o hearts the larger one���on lhe
lfi.fl side*! and the smaller on,the rifiht
Hide,    '   ,       . r'?r -���', 'l'.        '."'.    :'���
Keep Minard's Llnlmibnt In the  hotiBe
To
ridgi'
i
i * lurid
��� n d   .'���*,' i
ti-ct
Will cl I
inoLiiio
In   l!l��*,^
lllClUl.lt'H
i: id l Wfly
ii
.ti
t���
<
hilrlct i
iniH-;i- b:��~iri, ,
;;o  icillio-iir  l���'rl
mil ,   Mwrlch-y     ftotsnd
ln��i��* ur���� f<Ml Imckl ini   Ire
in   t ii.,Mr)i\,ii* fin   ���tnd   I ll
Id 11.< kih   h. in.   ii'i'l   ol   i imJ   4 "-ii.ii i
j\"ri. for Miojircl's and  take n.e> other
"Lantern of'the Dead" ;,-
hh erei^ietl oil.' tlie. tpij of: lhe
of Nplre Dame do .Ijorotte,
sconi*' of'som-fl of tiio**bloodie^vflElil-"
ing hi the wnr, ii lofty stone btiiacon
to be known us "Tho Lantern ;p*f Mie
Dead."1' is to llnsh nightly acrosa lhe
.jrhiluH of Arlois lhe iiiHl.nory- of lluv
100,0o0 .iiion who lie;'' Imt'1 od oti Lhe
shcll*H(!ari'od  slopos,"  ";    ;*
'I'ht* botuio'ii, ways.I/jllUBtralloh., -wlU
be an iwiioulant. f-oaturo oi' suVk"'0111*
uiomorlnr (Minpel whlfth It, Ik propoa-
nd  lo build on the bntllofleld,        k,i
\immp Nlohl arndr Mornlnii.
JSy*��, IftliejrTire.Itclv
Smart or BurnJC Sore*.
ifci^n��C3TfrC It*Itat��d, Inflamed or
_ JM~H S-bOGranuleted.uucMurIcvtt
of tea. tftoltiiMt Rtfr����b������ Safe for Infant
or Adult, At all DrueeistaBRd Optician*,
VJrLtoIn., Via.. EyoBSftok* UarSscl.. Rctscfiv Co, CfcSasa
W.    H.    U.    l-VZ'S
WARNING!    Say  "Bayer";.'when-you buy  Aspirin.' ������
Unless you see the name ".Bayer" on tablets, you are
not getting Aspirin at all.   Why,'take ^chances'?
Accept only an "unbroken package" of "Bayer Tablets of
Aspirin/' which contains directions and dose worked out by
physicians during 22 years and' proved safe by miUiohs for
Colds Headache Rheumatism
���Toothache       . Neuralgia    .     Neuritis
Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain
Handy "Bayer*' boxes*.of 12 tabletH���-Also liottlca of 24. nnd 100���-Drugfilatn,
JS-jiplrln 3�� th* trafl�� ���mnrlc <reBl��l:ered tn Cflin��cla> of IJaynr Munufocturo <sl RTono-
��i.nctl*��<n-rlflini��tBr of fiiUkcryUendrt. * M1i>J�� It l�� w��l! Unrvwn thnt. A��>lrl���� mwn* B��v^r
ntanufn-cturo, its as��l��t -��ho publlo agalnt-it Imltn-tlona, lli<v T��lMots ot Fiayor Cow��j>aai'
ntll  i��o ~iumvt.il  wUh ki4��ir uonorul <rHtit�� mutU,  -Ui��  "JJajvr Crofc-s."'
OPPORTUNITIES IN THE VETERINARY PROFESSION
It' yrtu rloHln*  10 t-ntt^r' jl prof��MHlon yon  nhouhl  i.:on^kle>- w.lu:i..t  ����������>��� nt-vv  i\.^h'}  of
VctiirlnniT 'S��'Ii.im<-�� Iiiim tt* offor,    ' Qi-iKliirili'H huv��t Hi��lfiHlld  oppoi'luuitl-c.t .or a.
hih-<-i>hwI'mI  i-m-ver.   ,   Vou hIiouUI  tiuiiinc. -       .
WICBWiON   UWGJJ Ntf OC'rl'01;llJrt Unci,   HCU2 *-
Wrlie .for UulUitln mul Ciilondnr t,, 6. 1>,  i\lc*OfU-*ray�� ni,I>.V.. I'l-hieltw-iJ
ONTARIO VETERINARV COLLEGE
Alllllnlcii  with - ruripit ftWAllin irnilur   llu>   riniarlo
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^^^gggg^^^^ fT!?1fc-,i*T?1FraOT: fYRTr/KWYWT  W-~-  y*  pi i  J  ^TSV  2r  i>0.  'xr  r  m  ^"-OUa-wa.-r-The ���������Situation-' .-=������.   rfc^anls->|> **'r      -     * **>        ������*      ���������������������������������*������'  gkho pwrt&is^oc'ieRteiutioii^fftbuihtag," ^o Large tfeeatos Hint-?  ,5a* wheat boaid was the subject oi  t5������paes<ions put in ^the -Hoii.^vt-ot' Co-rn-  ���������ginons   by   lion.   H.   EJ.   Stevens.    ' Air.  s Your Chest Wheezy ?  Elevens ieeal]ed*thj.fr'iTic fin-i-tiii-.ee of  ,   Prober-treatment js a vigorous rub-  c.a, t ..     .^ , . b4nK oi'^i&'chesi, neck iind sore side  l^iuS, question, to a sp^ciaS luJiiBiilee ������\vLth &ou������ old Xervtiine. This won-  ^v;������s iuade on Maich',27 with indicii- ' derlul linimentsinics into,The tissues  lftio.es oi   a need ol   lisu������te. '    a" repot tn where .the pain is seated and gives *in-  iW made by Mar 26. li involved! ^If"';^e"e'"*- f ^ ?afch disappear.  ������ ,   t.       ,     n    " - -        ' ������'* c^ense    of    soreness goes'quickly-  ^legmlaUon bv Parliament ar.d also by ' .iUS(. try .Nerviline Tor chest tightness,  5,*3>rovlndat_ legislatures  in/   aider    to J coughs,   colds .and   soreness. -    It's  a  wonder ml  Liniment,  saves the whole  WESTERN  EDITORS  Utxn*f-y~ lroni numerous minor ills and  should be in every home.      Large" bot-  =5=  vi>ro--.ide i'or handling this,>car's wheat  *-J-^crop.     i Yel   fche   resolution   had ��������� been  fallowed to lie on the orde/ papers lor   JTes. 35e, at all dealers.  "5������**Bven'"days- ���������<    m������ Stevens wanted .toi ���������   . .  -_  #0iov, what ^as the reason.tor delay was noL Uilusuai io delav th���������, con.  ^nd whether it had anything Iodo.{ sideration. pfbusiness which- Wch  Tgwilli the somewhat extraordinary a^L,ay pi-ec^e^nhe budget ^debaWori  'JtJaon bj������,.the committee .on. Fridaj- ,ilst-^ ihe order  !'    The  Si.  ft.  &&3&rSr<iSrr...    ,  .*&h?"tre������rg-   f vX-~  !>> f> ������*    rx  Tx  u\  .Policy Of Moderation  Savs Lloird Georsre. In  ealing: With Germans  ^s~f ~ t~Af  E.  Garrett,������,Editor and   Proprietor  The Signal, Watrous, Sask.  of  -1-ln re&Gihding a former motion.  ',S      - ax.   - - r  ������~ JX   ���������xr      .00.  0^0 ��������� -xr -rx.*.tm~.    *  0- I. .   xrjl t tx. ~0  ,^feere  was no^ intention, to. delay -  rlj$iscussion upon the  wheat   board aP  |������ter  the ^budget  debate as-as1*.'finished.,,  iitof i & ... .  paper. j  Prime   Minister    replied    that]  this    report appeared  on  the  paper  he-had    intimated- that  THE ORIGIN GF  the.������ ordev  it  was^ the intention  to give  pyeced  tKe  Z'^'ust "as^sjOOn  s**a "H-be^g-aili of >,that- de  ft-bate  wsfe <$ resSeheci, ^be^Gftverhment  to take    up    the    con-  otf   the  report   ot   the   agri-  '���������ciaKure and' ���������colonization"'commitCee.~   '  .Mr.     Stevens     inquired   whether  it  i,0V5roukl be glad  f-t-  Fidelia (ion  en.ee 1 or tKe "budget" debated "    It was"  thought^  desirable-   to ean-y--that_ar:  rangement vi lirougiil i.v-"      -  Prince   WilL' Reacfr   Enqlancf   June  ���������V "*   -.���������-tr *  London.���������The   prince   ot   Wales  20  is  tmi~~9j~4i~-i utvnuu] _            '                   -������-������ Great tjritain  accepting np^ public engagements until October, His Royal Highness,  who ]elt England .-October 26 last tor  a visit to India and Japan, will arrive  ������t Plymouth on . the battleship Renown on the evening ol June 20. Tlie  next morning he will disembark irom  the Renown at- the Devonport dock-  yaLd and Enoceed fo London.  They are simply dried b'ile^niade  up ol Crystalline constituents ot that  fluid: Vyery-eonunon* is ^ftis^disease  among -merchants,., clergymen, shop  girls,-and; .those ot* sedentary, habits.  Prevention"consists in ^maintaining  correct action of the liver and bowels,  ajid this is speedily accomplished by  Using Dr. Kami lion's ^iiTs. * ~-?o person u^ing Dr. Hamilton's Pills will be  subject to" bilious'fits. Sound digestion, good appetit������e. a clear color will  evidence the health giving properties  of Br. Hamilton's Pills which are safest and best for general .family, use.  When a laxative ib needed, when vou  leel out ot sorts, that's the time to  use.Dr. Hamilton's Pills of Mandrake  and Butternut. 25c all dealers or The  Catarrhozone  Co., Montreal.  Welsh Lawyers Executed  London.���������Major Herbert R. Armstrong, si leading Welsh solicitor, convicted on a charge of poisoning his  wile, was executed in Gloucester jail. I  His trial aroused great interest  throughout The British^��������� Isles. He  was the first member ot the English  bar to he executed J or murder.      *   .--  Wheat Board Certificates  Lorfdon.���������With Germany undefiant.  Premier Lloyd Geotge had planned to  make a brieL statement on reparations  in the House of -Commons, but when  John Robert Clynes, Labor member,  opened the debate and .attributed the  present difficulties to the' Government's election pledges of 1918, the  Prime Minister launched into ..a  lengthy defense of the reparations  commission and the treaty of Versailles.  Mr. Llo> d George praised the German altitude towards the 1-eparaticras  commission and said so long as she  was not defiant, Germany could count  on Britain's sjmpathy and understanding ot the difficulties in meeting  the treaty conditions. He declared,  however, that there was no cause for  ^leO-tt-Hltt-OltYlrtnf KaKi*M*AM "T7������l*><**-k   n   ������-��������� *mmm^  ���������**.������Z.m.a.K-t*0 ~^j^rm.m-. 0*0.-110.^ MVI/Vr\.ClX .17  f <C& i-LLi^S - OXtU  for should Germany refuse to attempt to fulfil the commission's proposals, Great Britain's place  Versailles treaty.    We are signatories  to the treaty, whieh the House of  Commons ratified. We are committed to it. In spite of all misrepresentations we still stand for trie  policy ot moderation and fulfillment."  Manitoba  Nomination  Winnipeg.���������The    following  noeainations for the forthcoming provincial elections are reported:  Morris���������Wm. R:   Ciubb, M.L.A.  Ethelbert -r- N.      A.      Hryhorczuk,  MJL.A.       .  Daupliin���������IL P.-Nicholson.  Birlle-���������W. J.   Short.  Gilbert PlaiES���������A. R. Berry.  St. Rose���������R. J. McDonald.  signatories despite the misrepresentations which, we re being made.  -Great Britain believed in the traditional policy of moderation and fulfillment, continued the* Ptiitte Minister,  and be gave warning that isolated ajC;  tion on the part of any one of the  allies would be disastrous to the entente between them.  -"It is the policy pursued alter  Waterloo toward Prance wherT Prussia and Russia and other victors urged that France be trampled," said Mr.  Will   Ersct "IWoPiurMent at  HaSif-ax  C**> I- -    r     .  Halifax.���������Halifax has been chosen  as the site of the Jfatkraal monument  to Canadians lost" at sea througlf*liaz-  would be at the side oi the Versailles ������������������ ard   of  'the .war by the War Graves  Commission, according to word received here. Tb.e= monument wilt be  erected on an elevation Tacing the sea.  Lloyd George.  The Government in  Many   Participation    Certificates    Are  Sttll   Outstanding |  Ottawa.���������There .are yet nearly -}21<3,-  ?  I  \~  h*r  fl  ti  %  'i!f-T|lW|flavbiv-'of -thesfe ritisutls , pe^eaies>|th^;'  i&utZy-M cake-like :daintiness-tn;it^4vety'siiccT^���������''���������'��������� -  a, .treat.'    '**,'*. ~\  St-rve.it plain -it dinner or ������s a tasty, fruited  breakfast toast;  Make  delicious bread   pudding;  with   left-  c.OV.er.aslices. -*P- -.". ���������  ���������:���������; 'r'     ���������-������������������|, -,,":' 'iy y- r, ���������-iy. ��������� - J .*������������������:���������':  ���������'','���������*' ''Use , It rill.    Vou ^necd" not Vaste!' ti*';ci'uiinlx" "~" l  . '.*; v.Rai^in "���������' br^ad"; is luscious, 'energizing:, tron-  lood.    So it's both good and good for you. .  Serve, it ut least twice a week.    Start this  .��������� 'good tltahhjf%vyou������:* **|ipni<; to<3 a^ *r ^ y ;;> -;;,',. v  4   But doii"t,.|;ake ii.rvy .but.,**jreul,''fpit-fruited  tjir-tiuhi^ r:ii^n'hthi^xZ---- y 'ii      "i ..'���������j;*  Your dealer .will supply it if you iitsis.tr.  Siin>Maid"  '        ' -   . * 4 )    .     .,  E.' ,*,    ,1      *.*    ' '       .  aroused great interest^ 000 worth ot wheat aboard participation certificates outstanding, according to a return tabled im the House  by Hon. J. A. Robb. Minister of Trade  and Commerce, ia answer to a question asked by C. *C������ Davies, Progressive member tor ISTopth' Battleford. A  total of .$560,000 was turned over to  the Federal Government l>y the Canada Wheat Board from surplus account, Mr. Davies'wras informed, and  also ������175,000 from -participation certU  iicates. - The^lotal value of outstanding participation certificates on May"  22, _ 3922, was  S209,526.Sl.  Applications tor pa5ment on out-  btanding participation certificates are  hi ill being received and_ are being  paid by the Canada Wheat Board, it  was stated. The questions, when  such payments will be discounted has  hot yet been considered.  Mr. Davies'was also informed tli^t  the Canada Wlie-af "Board hwil -recommended that the amount, of $560,000  transieiTed iroin^ surplus account  should be distributed lo the provincial  governments "pto rata, on the basis  of tlie quantity of* wheat delivered to  the board by the producers in each  provmceT such .monies to. be used for  the. immediate relief.of distressed farmers in tlre^A^u'ibifts^i'pr-^Vinces and  that any money remaining on account,  of unpaid certificates shquld,be ufied  Tor research work, particularly for  the prevention of bhtcl* rust in wheat.  that day retused to countenance such  a policy; we are pursuing the same  course- Bui if Germany is defiant, if  she should sa. "this treaty we decline  to earrv out,' it would be different.  A German policyj-of non-fulfillment  would he a policy ot immediate disaster.  "It is not a question of J^ranpe acting aione.-iT there is defiance of the  Healthy liver  Healthy Life  Your liver���������healthy or clogged, active  or. sluggish���������makes all the difference  between a vigorous  cheerful life and tow  liver,   overf-3  come   constipation, dizziness,  bilious-      ____________  cess, indigestion^ headache and thef  blues there is nothing oa earth so good.  asCnte*sLit������ieUTO?l!h. Purely vegetable.'  Small FiB���������SanallBose���������SsaaB Feicffi  ���������^  British Experts for Hague Conference  London,���������The .names of the two. experts to represent,].'.Great Britain at  The Hague conference on Rusisan af-  fniils were announced by Austen  Chamberlain, the, Governraent leader,  fn ��������� tlie House of Commons. They  \ylll be. Hilton Vonng and Sir Phillip  Lloyd-Graeme, he saJcK    .  ���������,' Spend, your inoney at.'home, thereby lieiping your own town and  local  merchants.      - . 1 *-..i.  Nothing to equal  rs*  .������U������*  *.��������� j >Ma ke' ile I le I ������> u j������  c'fllt'H, ������������c.j-i;A������lJ yd\A\r Rrocc  far isi'ti'. WoU--'of icMe<l reaps*  bijuul,.. |������Ies,**;! i>ir.ebi;n"i;<������;;)  rj'uir iiii n't',,*.' SemJ.^.*.  ^'VKJ  Bin e Pn 1 J-mjrr  Sun-Maid  Ralsm Growers  *   .\lrmbtrsttifi13,0M  ������e|������t. N-������������-a.  Frfftno. Cullt.  For Sprains aifd Bruises  Tlie fn f-t tliinK to- At. xt).tri vou' linve an injury i-i 10 mij>ly Minar<l"������ 'fnmous Liniment.  Jt  its ;iiiu**l*|iiic,   kO0lh������������u;,   heAlinc   ,-������������cl   irlvra  *������,ii.-*V   r^liVI  .This.'new  candy-coated  gum' delights"  young arid old/  It "melts in your  mouth*' and the gum in the  center remains to ?ufcl digestion,  brighten teeth and soothe mouth  and throat*  There-are the other WRI<5LEY  friends to choose from*  ** After  Every  Meat"  W.    N.    U.  1A 23  m  mm  mm  tm  wmm* THB  CKESTOH   BEVIEW  i-?  i*#  USE AND SnrOfiAQE  Take notice that Canyon City Lumber Company. Limited, .whose address  3s Creston. 4B.C.. will apply for a  license'to Vake and use of,Teh (10) acre  fei't, and to store-Ten (10)'acre feet of.  waK-trrgout of rSorlii  CreekT which  flows south and-di-ams  biancn o? Fleiy-il  into VtoatvKiver aliout  on**  inile from  atstm'-m  . .a. *tvr  t,i-,.-rx^*c dam wSH be !*n������?s������������ ������d  UAMIJf ^ .  at tbe Company's mill on Lots 2UM and  21������ o| Lot, 812. - Tbe capacity'of the  reservoir i������ about Three <3) acre feet,  and i-tcwill fK>od .about thr������*e-quarters  aCi'irS ���������   ("it ^is^iHt. H.uc     iViti*?S'   .Win    ,utr  dainfned'Tn the stream at the Com-  panyVnrili^and will be used for mill  pond" bteanv and domestic purposes  upov the mrllsit-e, described es Lots  209 ahd 210, DtL. 812. G.I., K,D.  This uot ice was ported on the  the ground on the 17th day of May,  1922.. A-copy of this notice and an  application mirsuant thereto and to  the "Water Act, 1814.. wilt be Hied in  the office of the" Water Recorder at  Nglson, B.C. Objection- to the application mav be ftb������d with the said  Water Recorder, or with the Cowp  troller of Water Rights. Parliament  Buildings,Victoria, R.C.. within thirty  days after Che first *Sppear������nee of thos  noticerin aincal jiewsp&peiv  *CAN 5TON ������fcTSTLUMBEK  COMPANY. LTD.. Applicant.  By CHAS. O. RODGERS, Agent.  The date  off the" flrst publication  of  this notice is May 19.1922.  THE CRESTON BEVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C:  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance.  $3.00 to U.S. points. -  C P. Kj&es, Editor and Owner,  CRESTON, B.O., FRIDAY, JUNE Iff  >    l~i.'r  Strawberry Prices  WATER NOTIGE  OIVEf-SlON AND USE .  *PW'TMT T*     W  4~~m~~*      - mit-   rfn*    v    -rf^BA- aaMvi -JfMk  Jr%~.  A"w  m.s ar   ma  ������ ^ ff M_J .:-t-p' BC,!"* Z^f^ id ���������"!������������������ w \r  Take notice that Charles Orin Rodgers,  whose address is Creston, B.C., will' apply for  a license to take and use 50 acre feet ana 500  The-water will he diverted txem ttie stream  at a point on No. I branch, about 1235 feetnorth-  westerlv from the N.E. corner of Lot 668. also  about 800 feet due south of NPB- corner of Lot  682 on Nto. 3 branch.' Als6 6a Jfo. 3 branchiat a  point ^wree-tdue east ot east boundary ^ijupt  GBB. raSdPpointbeiiMf al^ufcieMjJr^tague south  ������^TK^������rn^of^d?Iibte62,ata'd wlu be used  for irrigation and domestic purposes^upon the  land describe^ aa ..ho-i 682, Gl, Koorenay  Ddstrfefc r "   .'������������������'-���������   -   -   *   --"���������-.       ..  ThiB notice.was posted mx the. geonodpn the  8th. day of S&y,1822.= A copy of this notice and  and an application pursuant thereto and t-p the  "Water Act, 1914," will be flled to the  offle of  TD*o+2������. T*g������3������J!g.4 - ffar^yvx^a*- n,t. JJ^T^rkJ-K OtB������C-  tionstotheappiiSSacmmay he fited with the  said WatecRe<wfl������S|^^tfe^^,l^^-*  of Water B%W^i^^ma^^i!^^^^^f^'''  toria, B.C. ^within thir^days <ffi������?the first appearance of this ������o������Beft4Sfew������ Jgf&fc ^ff^ftl^v  nT9A������.-*^.������Jm������Tia^ffAT)T>irgsat.  Date of the firat puhiii^Qa .of^this. .notice is  May 12,1922."     -      -' -��������� ���������-*��������������������������� '- ��������� y y-<y t  WAT0  DIVERSION ANO  ���������r---~=i-  Charler   Orin  Rodgers,   ton', B.C1. -will apply for a  license to take $_%& use fiOO gallons daily of  Take notice that      ^^^  -whose address is CrestoDt,.;B.C. -will apply i  If reports emanating- from the  other frait districts in tbe province,  may be accept&d-as somewhere near  accurate there would appear to be  ample justification that exists  amongst Valley strawberry growers that 1922 will, prove a slightly  more remunerative season that  1921.  Insofar as jam factory fruit is  concerned there is every reason to  foe! good, as tlie deal has j list been  closed with the chimera for a price  of 10 cents a pound, as eoirspared  with a none too heavy demand of a  year ago at seven cents.  ' Along with the improved price  for the jam product comes word  I that the crop on the Island, particularly, is liable to be oniy -oo per  cent, of last year, and that this  shortage cannot possibly be made  up by whatever increased acreage  there may be  at mainland   points.  According to the market page  editor of the Vancouver Prpmnceit  now seems certain that unless  wholesalers are " prepared to pay at  least $2.50 a crate growers will be  bet*ei" off to sell their bferries -t<>thei  factories which &re contracted tti  "tafee" at least 270 tons, alrid to iBup-  jjly containers in which to ship the  fruit. .-i .y ���������-, . ,.._-���������, .--, ���������-.������������������ --. ,-v -::-  P? SelSisigva.t-..-IO* -eent;^ va������������������������������������-;'t&qnnd  growers' wjir this year" get on Iy half  the jam fatotory piicfeof^920^-while  TiiV^^lS^he' price"������l^.atn:'"liiS'rHe$'. was  ������7:cgii|s. ShoiiM ^; mimmuiii of  ^2.50 a crate be -realized "..Yalley j  gjrow^ers will be about in the same  position a^s they were inZtSIT when  _,*    '. P'-Jt-'J~ ' ".-.- .V- .- --     ' .        ...        ,  ._. ,*��������� . 'P '' 'r*L  ^<t^^.^.|^;pHce':rCr6sto-ii for tkeseab������  ,- ;   . .; 0WeV5arej prepared Nto serve yoop with Screen Doors, - -  "'-.....'    v^indo^r Screens and Wire Netting.  gCKEEN 3DbOBS-^6 ft. 1^ in. k 2 fi 6in, plain, $2.75.    6 ft, 8* in. x 2 ft. 8 in, plain,  $3,011.  .-S^flL-aia. xSft.-6 in., fancy, $425.    6 ft/& in. x 2 ft. 8 in., fanoy, $4.^0,  WINDOW SCREENS���������Adjustable Window-Soreens at 60c and 75c  ������������IR3B NET^i^G���������W^ have Wire Netting m all widths and prices.  T\ATT>Tr  "D'ATT C3 "R^-OIq ���������������������������������*,   lv������w*������r������v    jlnnnklfv   +;������������������,^^}   T*\.vZv.,..  *Z>aZlrv   -������������.    <.������ok <fc-i   gR  LLSJ-^-J-M).---   JL J^TJ-������-4SJ l!l4Ly.^-.St~~tJ  ~-     tJ.-4C4.tJm   vjttt-Oij*J-Kt~0     ~~tM tXKJ-iJ.   J~Fttltl.J    J. OiJ-fl-O    OitA-   %-ttA.L-.   . .   .   ...tpjL.W  x   x       The Atlantic Dairy Pail, 10 quarts, at 1.00;  14 quarts, 1.50/  -" " Galvanized Water Pails ai 1.15 and $$*25. ���������--;  PRESERVING KETTLES���������Preserving time wiiH soon: he here.    We can.snpply you  with all' sizes in Preserving Kettles.    Granite at 1.60 to ^$4.00, according to  "   " ' size.   . Aluminum Kettles at 4.^5 to $6.25;  .     "xi-.-'if.x, ��������� . "���������       ��������� - - ^ :  CREAMERS���������We have in stock two sizes in Creamers at  .$1.75 and 2.00.  y    ���������'-���������;��������� WEEK-END SPECIALS \~{ V  FLOWER POTS���������About,300 small-size Flower Pots on sale at TWO for, .'\_.S^  FRUIT BASKETS���������About 80 of them 4 to a bundle; cl^arii*^ ������t per b������oijdle\  '-Li. i  ���������water out ot unnamed spring or imimI ttxe oyerr;  flow of vshS^S'ASwe wesfeeorflr ana ��������� oraans InJo  norfch-weKterly portion ot Section 9, about h$it.  a^^^^^d^4Srt^tromM4^^^ f^ra^^.57;  at a point abcralffiOQfeet east of the S. W. TOmer  of the northerly 6Q acres of the i*T.W. quarter, or  SectionS,and ^rQI bs used for doBaesae������ttP-  posea upon the land d-^crjbed as northerly 60  acres ot.&-WxtsiiBiSeri!Sec-r9, Gr 1, Kootenay  District;.   --���������----���������_���������      ������������������ -���������**-*- _  This nntios -woe first posted on tne gsonna on  the8thd4yofMay.lS22. A. copy jol.thif notice  and an application pursuant thereto and to the  "Water^ct. 1914," -will be filed in the office ef  the Water Recorder at Kelson, dtfectipn-s to  tho application may be filed with the said  Water Heoorder or vrlth Use CompfaoUer of  Water Blshta. Parliament Boildinesi Victoria,  B.C.. wi9fin thirty days after the first appear  ante of this notice in a; local .newspaper.  :-- CHAS. O. RODGERS; Applicant.  Date of the first publication of this notice is  May fS, 1822.  '..��������� ~fi.'>-. - in ,'i-y i'     . ���������:  for the Setter  'Xt.^Z&^eh eesU.oii���������. Was employed by  tlieuiPAt %h~ same kind?. ot: work in  tlieir tiaiaBer holdings in the cotiiatry  ^���������rois'jio C^s'snd Forks'-���������-s^d "tfe&t'lis  was assigned this -work year- sifter  year Hy ihe bij5c*>J*p6ration ;i8 the  best possible testiiifiony as to liia be-  i������ij^ efficient. .      P  Alon������������������������'wifh hisKpractical *xpei.������������  ien'ce M;������v Jory-fcs?yarwar servioe^Rith-  tlie 54th Battalipn startiiif? in'1^15  aii<5 last iii^ n nti^: .laostilities -epalfec^  j to Whiolii; -i~^Z-mi'i\^V"''^l^A<^Zi\i������i-\  he |s;"o>������e of'liTster residents who  have d^moOTStrafc^C^'that c36ldiera  can.feMSpin^: lawn^s ;*-_ajpd-;thflsto-ther*^.  is no bettefc,sp^j||i^n4C^iai.p;:l^s|;!������kj:-.  to/Svork tlse transform ation. -*���������:. At  helping out in the fbnsical line with'  At, tWlFsab&IIi  &ho& nneS fffapnesst  *'?. ffi������gualim$8940 -  Men's Half Soles, $1.25  W6men'sHaifSoles,$l.O0  ..... ���������-. ,t        ^    ^...     gi r  Ooaranteed for 6 months.  Secondhand Storein connection  tsfzttt ots&snaf-B  .  ~ri-".^r*.4���������.ii.\.. "t.  Is there any  Meat in  the  House ?  Thia is the flint question that pjtotiento ttmelf  to the housewife if., an  unexpect-ed vEsitordrops  In for a m������i������l, But why  worry?  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest  Quality  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  Bologna, &e.  ure   always   to   lie   had  here.    In vnouLu nothing  quiUi ccmmiln '.Hlsaunrock'  prorln������tRr  Th e eh an/?e in  policy   at th e forestry departmeiit! from    haviiif?   a  watchman on   Gpat: Mountain and  a patrol   at West Creston   for the  Somnier months, to that .of locating  honorary   patrols at ^ceirtral ^pointa  -in   the-. Valley,   who will   only   be.  paid for their set-vices when actuals  ly required, should  prove   one that  will assure greater efficiency and at|  the 8aintt time  reduce fire-fighting;*  costs in an. average season���������^bo say  J nothing at all of tlie addjqd cokivfenr  fience afforded iu the matter; of se-  curhig burning per mi tja.  In      Grettton     Valley      forester  Moore haa been   particularly fortunate in securing in tHfe diflT^rent lo  oalities  not only experienced   men  but also   men  who, <u;e   tihoronghly;  familiar    with   the 'areas ssBSSjjiied  them and thus are   in-an excellent  position   to  give the maximum   of  efficient   fire  lighting  at the minimum of expense; their  personality  assuring them  the services of cap  able  volunteer   firemen   whenever  needed.  That men of their calibre are  iwilling to accept positions aa honorary patrol men. oisrely emphasises  the fact that the people generally  arc beginning U> realise the valuable asset the province has in its  fore������t������ and aro thuja 'ready to leaid a  hand in their conservation,  eutert&innxs&ts;. nov one,, cessld   be  more obliging than    tha. ..new    fire  patrol..** i'p-P'Z:\-'^" "ZfthZ-'-Z- - ' -;--*  1 On every count-ihe-poaition could  not have been more- worthily  ia warded���������and there is uq occasion,  for anyone to lose any sleep about  nis not making goo<3.  Incidentally, we* trust rioriia will  omit to giv-0 the pi^ovincial lgovern-  tnent JFull credit, fpr lppfeing af tei?  the returned men when permanent  positions are to:l������e given out. -This  yeir two suoh openings haVeoccurr-  ed 'and in both cases vet"ereanaha%-p.  been remembered: v Jiirirtiy iLook-  head on tl������e ferry ofnd Mr. Jory as  firepatrql. ���������,",'.',";��������� 1' .  day night, and, all who a ttendod. s-e-  port a most enjoyable th we.'" Amongst  the Creston %TiKitor������ at the:-dance:-W^i-e'  FFoyd Rodgers,   Angus Cameron.and  "*������������������"*���������  .__?    -04T   .   ^..^ -_^  _  icu juawtiihi.  .V..Z. Manning������ p'rovincLttS inspector,  of st-hcMils, paid the Kitchener scthool  an official visit last week- .and has  tunned in to the trustees a very favorable l-eport. '" :���������     ,;'";:' *:-"--      "'' -    i- \ - ..' y  ���������-. Hay Gendren,; >^ho for soriie time  hesB been in the, :,eiaploy ,-r.pt.*; ^a.ul8Q.n������  IMjason, left on Tuesday for S|?ofcaxie������  I'.--':'"-.-.~: *  "  r'-r"--'   irLiyjs. '. -..':��������� ''...j    V--r? "J. ?y-'���������-.-?.'..  '? *'.*"!���������:  Xr'Z-T������.\ .A.- * McKowan.   ������yh^'.;.hB������ , beejr?  Bpending a few,7.weeks' at^hia h<>i|>e?irfc  Pr*^nbrooit,p*.ib)������ss;.:*3nst .,.,.3^t.t|rned|,v:.fto  KitchenVr.r .* ��������� '���������'. ��������� .'���������*.-.' .;\ ' -: "=���������'..  i   " " .\P:      0 ...,-���������';,'��������� " '���������  ������������������xt-.'.:  y-r.xi.L   ���������; '--, -.- ?;     -.--'j-.  '\-'  -J-L-i  P'XJp''.*%*.Z4heZ jpre^'iat  no--Jt'#oc3V"nas''  u-eached . foj-t-mur} Gex-oux. to continue  work dh the.^o^ernmehtJrdHflfR.  '   *    ���������        '    *.   r-zi-rt'.���������"������������������-'_' "..'.���������"-  w**. ��������� .-   ~z*.?Vi.���������;.::: \i ,:J *.:L-f.  H. Guilmot, who WAS-stightlF^huit  '. *.P6B*SAi.B-^P'urebi?ed : HolatiBin,*d^'.  wil Lffipeshen: iii"ii*:few: da^s^*: rydB^oi't^irZ  horses, one about  )400 and other iCfeO  lbs, gentle, and   will - drive  single   da?  ��������� s"*-���������;-���������r.--' *. *;;;.-*:. -��������� *���������-_���������-.������. ��������� -.-. miS^y-r^fL^���������.-.- ������������������'���������-������������������ ���������"  csousne.    ~\.i*r~..- jjairaibeiit, -Urescon. -  "jHUf**,,  fi' stent os. cas,  sah on ei^Mrtmir  A^j^rsiP^hfsc^  yrt'.*������>.''������S<  ���������SCJ.'*.-r*'Jgg>  -.**S.K.:3 *  ������������������-.:ry%?������Z~-'si P- i-'^SP*-  ��������� '  * ���������- Crf *���������**���������  ���������'���������"*  '���������'*7,-���������  '  *~* "���������">''-^ -;i   . '   ���������* :*"rrif*^ -   '.''-      '-'���������*'*������������������-!   .'h"**C^"-.:"^'T.      -' "���������  j^ryiE^^'IPi^irc^ff  vfltiti?  -.. .: wptk-^laat '''..*������-*eek,**"yTeft ffoir  <0r-Hnifi'rook ion; Friday," J where . I36" 'ipfe-  ceiv������?ii medical at*entip'n arid got bacfe  to,K.itcftehpr on Siindayl V.    '.'^ZZ'ZZ  Lop! Ofange Losige, Ko. 2095  '���������? ^^ TtilitD toursdA y ':<&,., ~'p  -each   month    at    Mei-fiAhtHe  . Hall.   Visiting brethren cordfc *  '   ally invited..'-'        .  ���������'""���������'-"V     VERIO OLSON, WiM  W^wit  KftGh&nor  .',";; ^FliiIT LAND FOR SALE .'.'\  ���������Ten acres fine fruit land ' for' side;  hair mile - from ntation,. easy terms.  MONRAD WIQBNz Wynndel. B.O.  ��������� ���������    i     i   >   ���������! i   ii ���������    -mm.  ftlr  P0r Gallon. ;���������' z~:'.  V;.*     <���������*-  VJ!  mrnm  Mi:' vOIW'F0Hl^'.  wnBimmi  m  /���������  p  B mgm-     mm     mm     ~m~  UPmv  ll;Plll^#  & Ci)., Lid.  Manager Crowe of the Kitchener  Timber Conipuny h;i's jnsti taken a  contract for 0000 polest. which Tie expects to be,-��������� sending down the, 'flume.  very HhortlVv "      ' ���������'���������>..* ','.'".        '',-  Mr. and t~r������, PHed ofthe'Mcs'Oonnell  t'e������taorant left hmt week for Calgary,  Ait������i, .���������'.'��������� v '������������������ "'.  Jf. Geiuniellof Crebton w������s ������ he-  twoen-trairva viMitor hereon- Sunday  with Mr; and Mih. Hunt. ' '.  " '  Mr. und Mr?, Laurie, when have b :n  here for nev^rld weekH Ivft on Tues:* iy  for- Cranbrook. During their str.y  Mr. Laurie was 0.P.l(i operator at the  Kiteliener station.  Miss Bllen Andeen was a week end  visitor at Moy io,  I).'-Wonclhouse nf YiihU was ������������ motor visitor here on Bnndav-. roiturniug,  on Monday, *  Clu*������tur  Fmtlxon  of Spokane was a  6>m*.iiJt*^iir. viniiior  at   Kitchener   a   few;  dayn luwt WiHuk.  Mr������. Bronvn and four childroim who  have retildud hero for the p-H.bfc' year,*  left Sunday for lied Xteed? Alta,.  Where they will joint Mr, Brown who  left tjievicral weelsa ag-o.'  A djinco wob held In the wau-ahouue  i'm    thes    Boundary   country,    .Mr, Jof the Paulw-on Mason ntore on BHtin'-  Appointmenta Well Made  In selecting James Jory to bo at  j the he ad of forest ftre patro2 work  j in tiie Valley thin year no better  ,ohoico could |x������Bsibly hnvo> boon  | made from amongst the men who  | wruld appear U, be* oompetixnt to  | handle tho job.  ' Wor rt#ver������l y������ar������   prior   to   the  Granby  people ceasing opopa.lions  BY BURNING THE SAI&Jffli&i  OW TOWMi-ZZZwrw  it *-^r-*  .. ���������*-���������'?*���������������������������  ll:.-'..  DESTROY THE FORESTS  OF TO-MORROW  H'  y-'i-.-  Zi'.'r  :K'������;S  *���������'.!'  tC't-  1  A  .1  FBI  i3|  il  ^1  ft  11  - a!  5s|  **%  ^"^^.l|w**���������''"j**'.l���������l���������*'ll'''^���������^'^l:l'l|.l���������:  * | ji^r V  ^������UtWHt *li>Ki'  *w*rt f*H*"* -���������   ������J  ���������m.m R1������ftr%������ft"-#" R^>������IW-������3Bf������il*NiWH������M������^  I  rf,'WIJ'-J'B"l^*K*  yZisyztm.sXi'^x^^  ���������i___Z___������_]_L^~X~^L~~ii~sl-  a^Mm-wkWMii-JttM^ vhb: dfeSTOS feisfisw  e  I  B  s  i  /-  'i^'Un.."!" 1 IB SkS  iincai or  BJh  m-% 'If      9-  OHa\L  Agggssd  H6I8$1P������SS  yisSHiSigiaissi  mmm m all ������ts branches.     high class gomfestwhehy  Mr. Varley will be back on Saturday [and four afternoon programmes stiij  to take the usual services at Creation j to ^ome season ticket buying; is still  atid-Siru^ oil Sunday1. ' ' ~ -< t good .business���������and wiii be up till Sat-  ���������   l*he baaebalt "match"oetween Oreston and Kelson on Sunday * afternoon  I     fit  Weekend tee Cream  Orange Crush lee Cream  Cantaloupes and Watermelons  Jm-m-mJ-WL-^^-.   -5������_  Next door to Sevan's Garage  i  Fob Sale���������Fireless cooker, on view  at Mercantile Co. store.  of. Kitchener is here  tuv   Ktfest   of   Mrs.  -    Mrs. Forrester  ������0X0. t-Slm.-0.m~ ��������� -- ��������� ��������� --  ~-?m       ���������r~..mm.mm..Wl**CX.  Hayes. -     -  Horss Wanted���������Quiet hoB������eT for  saddle or "driving.. Enquire Review'  Office.  FOR QUICK SALE  Horse- and Jiarness, 1700 lhs.^.j$I25^  i������or6e and haraesc lor hj?ht work, $50.  Wood saW;���������drag sftw " and circ-nlar,  two in-one-^best iri B.CX, $250 takes, it.  H. ^3.* Chambers (Canyon), brickson,  P.O.  imi M kmmimmfa  firat-elasa   lass  s������con4-oSacs to.  to  MbktaaiBni   tale*  cf  reds-cod to SS sn oca.;  88.60 an acre.  Are-empUon  now   confined  vccped lands ontee  / R������cordo win b������������7acted covering only -  land suitable for agricultural pm-pome  and which Is non-tlmberland.  Partnership pre-emptlona abolished,  hot parties of not more than four may  arrange tor adjacent . pre>eaapt������ons  with Joint residence, "tf-ut each maktnfe  Pre-emptora must ooeupy cl&imd for.  five year* and make tmprovementd to"  value of WO- per acre, including oleaur-  tB*g aad caltSvWSaa rot at least 5 act-fee.  Indtowa rittelvlnc'Cfrbtni Grant.-  , Wltgre jwre-eaaptc* Sp occupation net  teas utiEji ������ jrewrB, and has tnad������ jwe-  PorUonat������r Improvement^, he may. te������-  cauae of Hl������he**i**������, cr St&er causa: he  granted Intermediate certificate of Improvement and transfer hla claim.  Records   without   permanent   reel-  deuce may be Issued, provided appH-  cant makea improvements to extent of .  1300 per annum and records same each  year.    Failure to make improvement*  or record same will operate as - for-'  felture.    Title cannot be obtained In  '������?������������"*!������ ts yeaTs, and Improvements  of $10.00 per  acre.   Including 5 acres  cleared and cultivated! and residence  of at least 2 years are required, a*  Pre-emptor holding Crown ^xant  may record another pre-emption, if he:  requires land In conjunction With hla  farm, without actuafjoooupaUon, provided statutory Improvement* made  and .residence maintained on Crown  granted land:  ScuasiS "Ott SaLiE���������rJ*aueh hoiSEy  quiet to ride or drive. W, V. Jackson*  Oreston.  For SALE���������Standard vaccnm sweeper, scarcely*used, price $6. Enquire  Reyiew Office.  ^Bicxci-b For Sale���������O.C.M. bicycle.  good as new. A bargain for cash sale.  T. Lettin an, Creston.  For SAi^E^-3i-inch fish wagon and  work hat-nees, also work hbrse. W������  O. Daviw, Kitchener.  Miss Davidson of the public school  teaching staff was a vim tor with  friends in Nelson over-the week-end."  Const. Walker arrived from r t*eth-  ; bridge, Alta., on" Friday' to" replace  Const. Uren, who left on Saturday for  Ferndale, Alta. ���������_  Mrs. Pettigrcw. who has spent th**  will, be at 1.45, p.na. t 60 that the visitor*'can return ott-the aJterssoon train.  It wi!I-t>������* a- ftHmk. close came, that none  of the-fans should miss.  The library will be closed next Saturday Afternoon until after the Chautauqua programme, when the librarian will be. Jn attendance forV!> short  time to .enable those ^ho wish to do  so to change their books.' - Z^-- " ��������� .*  HousE^FOB^A^B^^ree-rooTtthouBe  on 23 foot lot op McLeod" Avenue,  Creston.' "' T6wn;:w^|er' connection,  garden, barn and po^ltrv hoiise. AH  in..good repair. - Price-right for <|ai$k  sale.    C. Maxwell. Creston.  rr-"     -, *- y-  " 'Mrs/Hvcksaaan got bsck^oh Wedne&������  day frona a few davs* visit With Cranbrook friends. ~ ~ Mis&.ilaVge^^. Burton, who has l������en,on;a"'viBit->jeFe with  her grandmother, retuvned "bo Cranbrook with Mrs. Bycknian. "''Z'  v.- *-";. C '.'"'-"  To l/XEAB=-W*& have' -a. shiail Quantity of chemical fertilizer, flcmr of *eul-  phur^and land lime -which we- would  like to close out this .seasons and are  offering these at cost,-fcp el-Kar^.^.^reet-  011 Fruit Grower** Hnion, l_t4~\*:*m -  =For Sale���������Three, hunch-ed and  .twenty acres near ~ Arrow Crt'ek,  known as,sub-lot MT3 ^-Purchaser may  have choice of north 'of- south half at  $20 per Hcv&t or the sfhole lot at $8  per acre. IV. K,��������� Ksling, Rossland,  B.C  Const. Uren, who has been oh the  R.C.M.P. "force here-for at least the  p^st year, has been ta*ansferred to  Ferndale,'Alta.. and "left on Saturday  for his new'locsation.'which is-fn-the^  Peace Ki-yer country^about fiOflfcaniles  north "of Edmonton*   *.    "^*  ."    ;���������*>-   - s���������  Jas. McDonald,- managing director  urday night.  Ab the  quarterly   meeting- "of   theC  shareholders of Ci^aton Fruit Growers  *nr_j _'_*_��������� ~*n "-;���������������__     .   -* - i..1*   . .     .0   vu*uu us- isaursaay nigat* tne mg xl/eru  of Easiness svas the discussiosr of ths  -    1  proposal to. build ������ warehouse on the  site'acquired on Canyon street last fsfcU.  The intention Is to erect one section of  a tf arehoiise that is designed to take  care of the  steadily . increasing:  fruit  output cf   the   ~Vali6y.  iuCi.uui.ug frost  proof storage capacity  for at least  &  dozen card tit apples.  .  Messrs^ Constable ahd Bei/an made  a trip tOrBonnrrs Ferry on Monday  expecting t*> be m that town for a con>  ference reclamation. - saperini^ndenc  Swensden of Idaho, and A. 333. Cleveland the   B.C.   comptroller   of   water  of bigh water on the flats.' Due to tbe  Bonners. Ferry authorities getting  mixed in their dates the trip,, was &  week too Carly as the conference will  nos. take plgce jintil about ghe^SOth.  While some of the other poultry-  men in 'the Valley have been"haying'  indifferent results at chickeu raising  this, year, the -W."V. Jackson ranch  records-show one of. the best seasons  yet. - In; the neighborhood of -500  chicks have been' batched by the old-  time settingiien process and there bas  been a splendid demand for these Hose  Comb Rhode Ishtnd Reds* no less Shan  300 day-old chicks having been disposal of, to������ay nothing of a.bniit SJ0 settings' of e^gs sold to other fanciers. *  j Mrs. Jackson .states that the "dock*  [ ers" avemged almost thirteen chicks  s from settings of nfteen egse.  If' FlfFMIM  Cominenciiig wiitjh Saturday, June 10,  the - Feed Warehouse ;at   Creston.  will be open for  business from  7  ;  o*clbck .p^iii/"to. 9^30 b*ck>ck p.m.  each Saturday evening*  *-        **.        *���������*���������.. *~ <*  I mmm4mmim.mm ���������''.���������''  Prftoiftm Eraei-fl* Hs*ssee������*nriSi Ilt&lom iu  wi Goitiii rs ui. ya upohf uniyii; l?pj,  an  Stewart ranch. Alice Siding.  a,i^a^-^   mmm-m*^^*.  m~*  a cpuple-t f &*%y*. sit the"- end " of the  week for' the usual monthly audit of  the Beattie Oatway, litd., books.  MIbs. Alice Carr left for Nelson the  fAtter part of,the.wfeeki~ where' she has  joined the'st-aff pf tj^e B.C. Telephpne  Company in .that'city temporarily.  past  three   months   %vith   friends at .of the jam   S'actorv at Nelson, was e.  Spokane and oth'er U.S. points return-    " *  ed to Crestcm on- Friday.  The first of the 1922 strawberry crop  made its appearance in Cre&tqn stores  ���������"* Thursday,*loth,  front  the Robert  Mra.  irt 0% mmrwlra.&i  ���������4'   -  Uneurveycd areaa, aot exoMdlner M  jreB,   may- be leased   ���������  ��������� . .-h ,* -  on  Utle to be obtained after fulflUimr residential and. Improvement condltlona.  For ffTftBltif'and Industrial purnosM  areas exceedlii������ -W. aorea mayN  leased Bar one person -or company.  a\������P������- ?������ci0������y <w Industarlalidtes  timber land  not  eoteeedliur   ������q ac���������  may be^purohased; eondlUona Include  PMrment of stumpaM.  u^VtlSLJ*** JP**Bamm lnacoeaslbls  condltlomLTupon oonetruotlon of a road  to them. Rebate of one-half of cost of  road, not exceeding- half < of nurohfiuse  price, la made.    ,  Srhest .Ryckman .and  i>hree  ..��������� \***r  m~,~T  G.u*w.    IM^kmi r\0-im3*-*T*     /^loltf    ������*���������*  i i 'f^"1 *" "    *"*     m*+mmmm     m.   m mmnt *mj-*w*v*- ������j     w>������*M������t    mmm**  riyed *pn Wednesday on a yisit.-fcf������ Mrs,  S.   Bycknian.      and^^Other    Creston  " **^ j * ~  friends.  H.. Bl.eumenaner, manager of the  Be-rfilie-Ootway, Ltd., drugstore, combined businet>s with pleasure ^>n a  three day visit at Nelson the fore part  of the week.  PRE-  QUANT*  Im enlanrea to  EMPTORS'     FRKO  'The ������������cope of this Aot       euoh peroon. aa formerly,  untu  on*  year after tho oonoluaJon of the preeint  war.    \FhSi9 privilege Is also miSLd-A *^n*  troaetlve. wnn-w^-*  M No fees relatlns to  due or p  Tt^5������,J?������iWmT������ti<ricir fl^i"*yiari"  frovlBlon for return -*W--***n'  crued. due and '.bean  4, 1014, on account <  or taxes on aoidlerr/ pm-emptlons.  Interest on jurreementM to purchase  formerly,  Dluelon of  S0O  IS  ~~~9X  r^z~h~~ng k-~ ������!������������  a Kwu-J *!nae AusuM.  : of piujrmente, fee������  V pre-emption*.  *8S-,lljt 0JL ***** *oto piM W members of  OROWN  llettnent to Maroh IX. IB]  ^I'rovielon   made   for   hwraanos   <rf  Crown franta to BXib-vur~hm������vn~   it  purohaseri iwli������,l^iSWtoil%mSlS  purohaiie^lnVomn������- forfeiture, ^ffi  nument of oondltlona of r-���������w- ^^ ^  tereet and Uxw Wlietrel  ������r������ do not olalm whole erf prurtoaj pav������  be    AlMtrlbuted    ptfonoetkmati^r Svp*  male barSay j^|*g^aXfi*������������*' m\mi  be  ORAYINO.  d^vKSfent of \tr*aiisak Indtistiy ������n>:  lffltrlots and ranaw  Opmmlesloner.  t-       ~_ -������ beuttd based  lUhed    owners.      Stock-owners    mar  toria A������#ooialtone t<ar mngt, imuiant  P*n1,. J&������ ** *>*^"������������|3' **���������*' Wmu  Cor eettMHtti,. *oatrti>*ire er ttm'.mvlm.v.m^ *.������������  to two meant,. "  ,   ..      -_-... ���������-- Of IhNWtiC���������  vtdeiii for jrmsina- dtatrto  admlinletrtitlon under C  Annual croatttji permit*  y  srstematto  loustnr m<i  Creston (H-cheHtrat has been secured  for the Roil ������nd Gun Club dunce in  the Parish Hall on Friday evening,  June 30th. Caterer Norris will supply the supper.   ; .   '..; ?-r?   .������������������������������������.-;���������-������������������������������������.,.:  ,..;,  For Salk-^SIx  Leghorn cocke������^ei8,,  Marquis Btrai ti,  first of March  chicks  from JR.   8.   A.   Jackson's   (Duucahs,  B.C.}   prize    pen,  $5   each.      6. W.  Havrlgun. Erickson. -  Miss Phyllis Lyne. who has been  teaching domestic acience in ah Oregon stat*' high school, near Portland,  the pHBt year, arrived h>>tne on  Sun  day for the uhuhI MiutHier vacation,   .  -     i  ���������-. ���������'"���������"'-, .      * ���������       '--,.<*.,     * v '  The Hve' best days of CreBton's eii-  day Ohautuuepia uro still to come.. If  you haye not secti red a' aeupofi ticket  there aie Mill n few available���������at the  Nor rifl Bakery* or on sale at the tent.  B. Ci-lppa got luick a few days ago  from a business visit to the old home  at Pincher Creek and reports that  prop pec Is fer a.crop nil through south-  orn Alberta were never better than at  present. ������������������**  If you have any eye troubles plonse  rcirnember the viuit of Murdock McLeod, who will beat the Commerclul  Hotel oh Tuesday next, Juno 20th.  See IiIh nnnoilncement elsewhere in  thlsiotiue,^ .  JECegi������trtir of voters Hewal of Kaislo  will he here on Tuesday afternoon nt  the courthofiue for the purpose of  enrolling any who may wish to havo  their numoa udded to the provincial  votera Hut.  The two work trains that have been  operating between Sirdar and Kitchener the ��������� past two months, hauling  material for tho big fill at the Koot  ������nay Landing treotl������, were taken olf  at the ond of thc weok.  Ilev. and Mae. Varley loft on Mon-  rliny fw "FVljjft'wood t*rb.crc Ma*B.   V:ai*!cy  Swill ylalt for the next few weeks, but  business visitor here,on Satus*dayr in-  tervieXvinpt the three local fruit selling  agencies in reference to securing' a  supply of both straw berriesr and raspberries for jam making this ������easonS-~:  AI1 Interested in irrigation are re-  . nsind'ed of the demonstration-- to be  given at theFa-ank PrtEnnin ra.ti.ch oi������-|  Saturday afternoan. SiW4.2������~h, by Mr. |  J Newton- of Victoria^ .the provincial \  sksil expert- who Iwili" ~t& acepmpanied"  by|Mr Helmer, wfipe^jnitendt-nt" of the  esperifriental farm WSnHnneaattd^ "-  X , -r ;^ _'P\?~Ai?.'".-      *?-  "      r-.      i  Arrangem.fntsjare rpmplefced for the  appearance"here"On Setfriday afternoon  of the Nelwin bafi*balP*luh-fdr "a between trains matrh with Ct%sti>n->* -As  there is great rivalry between the  towns and both teams arev evenly  matched the bt>������t game of the season  should pe the result. Play witl 'start  at 1.45. r :  At the annual meeting,of the Stockbreeders Associwtlofa EHdaV night  jt W. Dow was re-elected pretiident,  with CO. Quist as second in ������h,argc.  and .a board of directors consisting of  J. P. Rose, Chas. ButcliiEfe, John  Spiratt. and Mr^ Nickel. J. A. Lid-  gate Biicceeds Guv Con stable as secre-  't^ry-treasurer.":������������������..,,,.-.��������� ���������;--"'���������'Z-..  E. C. Uiiht'"of NelaOh,1 the provin  cial horticulturist for: the Kootenay  district, w.as hei-e on i|n official vi^Ston  Friday' und Saturday. He is well  pleiased with Ujb thorough job ofchard-  ists have made of spraying this year  wnd looks for a, consWeipably i^������i*eHBed  CB"op of apples aa cohapared with cveaa  the big year 1021 was.  A special lineeting"������>f* the Wpmfen's  Institute la culled for'ThurSiihiy after-'  noon,, at 3 ,o,clbck,.Jurie JJ2nd,: 'for the  put-pose "i if considering ��������� the , nnestlon  whether or not to send a dtdegate to a'  conference oo public health at Nelnon  on June mh und 28th������ The-mefetlng  will be hold in the G.W.V.A. hall in  the Mallandaine Blpclq*;  Junlov members of the Canadiun  Ked Cross are informed that the  monthly magazine can. be obtained at  the .ljbrary each -, month, on Saturday  afUjrnoohs, Meu>bers are notified that  th^lr annual stibsbvlpbifonB ei pife'a bout  the end o������������the month. Any wishing  to renew can do bo by payment of 91  to the trtmsur^r, Mrfli 8. A. Speers.  ~-Z~~~,4~-it-    arm*mnmJt9    n*jnx mt*-m������ <**.mm9 arax*)!m& ���������  %mf9&a-%-i ������mlb������& Nh.>x^������������ vjcaai^aa* -:   . .  ���������When Eemfttiiig Moiiey  There is frequent necessity Ira luttsisess ond ponoaal  -'   alFsirs.for s^sssltftShs Ssosse? hy maBL  5h������-~~~~t~~~\~ mam  easiest mediums for tbis puxpboe ave Bsuak Iliafta .  * and Moaey Offd*ra..  You ean secure these at any branch ������f-tha Igapwiai  Bank ,���������- drafts for the. larger ans&SBfeV &~~H s&as&  GRESTON BRANCH,  G. W. AL2JLH,  i������-  -j  tK~-  'Do ISfot Lose  -by  delaysng   to   deposit  your  1  ^savings*  TF you cannot visit uo personally,  sedd your' deposits by znaiL Hove  the satisfaction., of knowing that your  money is safely pirofcected and is  earning interest regularly.  CE  PAID-UP CAPITAL       -        -        %\ 5.000.000  RESERVE FUND . r     i        $15,090,000  CRESTON BRANCH, C?i% Bennett, Manager.  W, Nichnll of Blairmore, Alba., has  ju������t opened up la. 'the boot'and uhoa-  repair line in 'Mi*.! Ulruce's old Btund  opposite the MethodlBb Church, Vic  toiia Ave. While all his Work ia  largely htmd done i Im him i~ po vvcr operated flniahtng Dnishling machine that  connidernblF Improvca both the worl*  ancl eervico*,. '..".'..*.  Everywhere  tlie  102&  Olmutauqoa  lmfl b������4������n seen the report sarq all; to'the  effect that It In   100   per ��������� cont.   ktotter  than last yfiar, ,.t.-A,fe|iv.6<faapTi tlckota^  arc tiiliar������1 labile at thi". Horsin'Bakery,  or the tent.     Wltli five evening  arloaris  nek  Lime and Cement  qoana  -First quality products.  -Prices are rock bottom.  -Demand ib qwite heavy.  -Ordei? now, and avoid disappointment  Villi M W ������������������   ��������� "1IW       BfaHlllMU'l       UI"BllHFfilB"JJ  mt  lm.mttt.tTS.ty  tmm  JS ' TEEJfe^id^^^  r'x.<    e  W:  KB-!  m?  i-n'.  I****':-  I1?*!'**  jfl-S  ������������������ .*:  ]Mp  WZir  m\?-i  ������$-'. ���������  Mi  ft.*-  Mr  ���������Cr'  ULESiiOW CMAERH  IS DESTROYED QUICKLY  "The obligation is mine," he tqjicTi-  ed the horses -with the whip and was  off in, a cloud oi* dust belore I could  decide whether he was offended,  amused, or only- shy.  Mrs. Mills (she had introduced herself by a gracelu'l wave of her hand  towards the sign-board, "I'm her")  laughed aloud.  "Good   Land,  it   that ain't the   luiW  niest thing  1 -ever   seen}       Don  L,iv-  v* Catarrh ... sufferers, meaning those  with colds,-sore, throat, bronchial  trouble,- etc., can aii be fixed up rig-ht  at "home -by inhaling ' "Catarrhozone."  Ill Husing; Catarrhozone: you don't ,take  Medicine- rnto the stomach���������you  just   .��������� __������>.������������������_   x..,~   ���������_t   ������������������l.^   ���������������������������,-���������   +��������������� i  breathe a. healing piney vapor direct    ������������^^^ T JtiS ?tVan' to  ^.Ml^^ll^l^^Z^^P   ���������e|>���������k<^ ^u^Lred   tf pay' Mm?".  And she went off into another spasm.  puresr halsams and the greatest anti-  septics are thus sent to every spot  where' catarrhal trouble exists���������germs  'are,killed, foul secretions are destroy-.  ed, nature is given. a: chance and the  disease ends quickly. Colds and  throat troubles can't last if the pure  -healing vapor of Catarrhozone is  breathed���������sneezing and coughing  cease at once because, mutation is removed. Bronchitis, irritation and  weakness in the throat soon disappear. Use Catarrhozone whether  young or old. Two" months treat****  m^n^3^lS0Z Ismail :size'"5:0c, dealei-s  everywhere or /Elie Catarrhozone Co.,  ^.*B**-    ..z~tr xi -.������������������j.c, -.    ������:*   -,.-   :���������    -:���������,     -.-���������'. ��������� .-,    r_.  \%xon1.rea,iL���������������������������> y y--. :,*, ���������*.  MY  BY  ELINOR MARSPKN  ELIOT  Published   by  Special  Arrangeanent  witli  ������h**e Author  i:  il  CONTAINS NO ALUM  1   {*������������*THE WHITEST. MCHTgj  (Continued)  "|"V^e;.. were; hardly seat-ed when .the;  ^tiaib ^tartediwith������e%eh mqi-e than the  usuaJfnoise and the horses immediately tried to climb the elevator that  stood a lew feet, to one side ot* the  roadr ^^'elU^hed^^^g^Srm '/{fn<l  choked hack a scream. And when,  ol-der- was restored, " Livings tcmc"  turned to us and said,. apologetically"  but; calrhly-.j-f.Tltt* fishes ������������* ������Uf ^be^e  brutes on the plough,"'they are a trirife  fresh." ��������� A- trifle, fresh!��������� our lazy .old  pony and; -...- the ^staid ;carriage,-bprses  Mrs. Car stone iusejl, io ~������^n.'d Sor ..." the.  Restory "'ladle's'1 lii-we'V left*"' me" with  many things to learn, I can plainly  see. -How^glad.;:! ^aba. that: ������; ;di*d/That-  8cream!-;vr,,,'.!.:^* ^p'Zi^-^yZZ -.*l^Z[  We were only ai'e-vv'nib'me-nt reach-;  ing our destination, which was''a!* fairly la^e two-storey wooden building,  unpainted, but weather-stained    to    a  lovely'4;-gftey ^i^ad^:; Ay'jstout,.^ ener-  '  getic*^ft^i������J^*:'Av|>BBSn*'';^^^;;_'put  &$., y������e \  drove* upr and welcomed-"'us   -witb ; a  smile that would have put   the ;;^Cheshire cat to shame.  "My*,' but I'm ��������� powerful  glad  to. see  you"f"'"'""T" haven't   "had ���������   ladie's :   to  . ,*g������ay_jjR._jB..v.   house ..smce I came to  Elba." And   she "helped  -as' down,   I'or  ."Livingstone"   could   not     leave,...the  'horses that were a trifle il'resh.  :;Then  f iurned  to our driver,- "your  ..; charge?"**   But he became a beautiful  Z.i:.^rra-cotta colour, a nd witlrja. hurried  "J~ly friend has not been in the  country Jong, and she does not understand all our ways," explained Mary  with dignify.  - "Xo offence, Miss, no offence! But  come right in... .Ycu'ii bo-tiied with  your trip, an 'a bite ot dinner won'.t  hurt you none, I'll warrant/' said  Mrs. Mills. And she caughl up" a bag  in each hand and hurried inside, Mary  and I following with becoming meekness.  " The room we .entered was largfr and  airy, but beyond, that little can be said  in its favour? Tbe floor was bare: ana  none too clean,- the wall^ were, un-  plastered. The' furniture consisted ol"  a long nariow table, several chairs  painted a bright yellow, and- a stove  that gave no evidence of having been  polished since it left the factory.  This was apparently the dining-room,  ior the- end of the table was covered  with a  turkey-red   cloth, and   laid   tor  OIic.  Mrs.  Mills never ceased talking.  "I'll have some dinner ready in a  jiffy. Mr. Hartford���������him as is the  English Church missionary���������ain't  come for his yet, an' you can eat together: he'll be glad of company.  Come right upstairs with me now and  lay-off your hats. Do you want one  poom or two?"  "One will do",'; said Mary.. : "We  shali be here lor only, one nighfT&nd  we should like to be together."  "Vou could just as easy have two/'  replied Mrs   Mills, as she preceded us  iip''the open   stairS" wtiicli rose "irom  one side of the room.    "Room's about  .alt we've got here,,'and vfe've got lots  of   it���������-inside   an'   out.       This   house  was'>uilt last summer when lhe railroad was being put through.      All 1he  men    in    the    construction camp got  their    meals    here    an'    some of the  bosses   slep";   but   business    is     slow  now, an' if it wasn't lor tlie few &1eady  boarders I\e got, Fd be down an' out.  But it's all in the game," an' the Lord  helps   them   what    helps   themseLves,  an' they do say that an elevator gang  is coming  here next month, an'  that  r  fx r\i a txt  ~*~* ts. .  PURE FOOD  INSURES GOOD HEAlTH  MAGIC BAKING POWDER  INSURES PURE FOOD  B3^QILLBTT COMPANY LIMITED  1 heard no more.  "Oh, Mary,".. I gasped; "that must  he. Mr. 3-Tarlt'ord! . Do you think you  hit him?" -..-.-  "I don't think; so/' she replied .coolly, "and even if^X did he will soon dry  in this hotJ suit^hine. Probably'he  was sent out"here' by the Society for  the Propagation' of the Gospel among  the Heathen/C and in -that"case be  would expect scalping, at least���������a little bit of cold water will not hurt  him."-  -   (To be continued)  > . -      Men* at Ali\  Blackstone.���������My  wife  and   I  agree  XAXX     t_ W Vjl   V \,XttMlAi  ��������� -*";*_  . Webster.���������Havc you np opinions of  your own.���������New York' Sun.  Peevish, pale, restless and "sickly  chiidren* owe their condition "to  worms. Motlier Graves' Worm Exterminator will relieve them and-restore "health. - ���������  -*  Cuts - and -Bruises "Dtsapp-ear.���������  When suffering from- cuts,-scratches,  bruises, sprains, sjpre ..thro0.* or chest  and any- similar" ailment, use ~Y.v.  Thomas' Electric " Oil. Its, bealing  power is well-known in .every section  of the community. A bottle of Dr.  Thomas' "Eclectrie Oil should be in  every medicine chest ready for the  emergencies that may always be anticipated.  Flower^'Ad" Big as House   _ -  A basket of blossoms as big as an  ordinary  house was    constructed    to  advertise a flower show held recently  in London. ������ .?--."  The Hottentot wom^n* p?ict -the  entire body in patches __ of red and  black.  Vancouver Extending Exp-orts:-  Further innovations^ in * estendiig  the exports of* tlae Pacifie port are re-  ported. "The experiment of sending  frozen fish, to New. ,Yprk, via ,the  Panama Canal, was successful ,~a  every respect and a second ship has  left with a further consignment of 350  tons Tor the same" market. For the  first time Brit isb Columbia' lead and  spelter has been shipped from the  port - of Vancouver to Europe via, the  Fanaana, and large quantities will in  future go forward to Belgium and the  United Kingdom.  !Lawn   tennis  bas   recently   become  t  " vs.  a    craze    among    young    girls    and.  women Sn China. "    ---���������*���������  IF YOUR  VETERINARIAN  Uses "Cutters"*  Serums and. Vaccsb eahe-is  ���������doinfiju? best to conserve 5 our  interests. 25ycars  concentration on.  one line couctf<C  1 something.  ,  The Ciattcr Laboratory'  ���������' Th* LabarAtaritJucr &������"' if������>*"  Berkeley c        tU.S.LfceiiEcl Caiifornaa  Indoor- -Life-i; '  Sp-cndsng more tame indoors  makes women far m-ore subject to  constipation tlian  men,  The liver htecomrf sluggLsh and  1-orpid, ih' lioweh conatipaled and  the system poisoned by impurities.  If  you   wou������d   ������et" away   from  ihr, my ri nds : ol '��������� i! Is which result  from constipation, it fs only rieces-  iary 1-rv use Dr.*��������� Chase's KicJuey-  Liver PilU.  The henefits from tlheir use are  as Jaxtina as they arc .pfompt'-and  ccitain.  Mm. John Barry. IR St.  Am able blreet, ' Quebec. Que.,  writer:  "Tli������ U tr* terlify \h*\' I -.-tn* troubled  im yer.is wiih <on-������lip������Bion ������n*d iried  j.lt fciji-ris oi ttit-,itcin"-t wiehom relief. At  J������r.t rc>y busbnnd nu-ggeaUc-d tltiit I try  Dt. Ch-hae'������  Kidney-Liv*r FMIii.     !  <i:d  h������vc   jnv("n  rr.frt'.-'tf-     !  and   m'i-t   tt-.y   ihn,   ri  ,.���������  ,,,...,  ,yr *\ ;T��������� yy ,  imve i*������krn dtirrnp 'h* hit .ihnt-.n yrart.  I |i)������3" A.\*r, fld'J l*^."' ��������� \:*s-i~ -n-t-d Dr.  Cl',m������:"������ Oinmncrvt l-ct pU-r* v/iih exc������l-  |������������if mill In/'  K tdtsity-  D  r.  Oiatf.'fi  i^ivtr  Pills, one pill y<lo*f., "AS* * hw.,  all cHeafrn r.r P.dni'nnson, Bmif, A'  ���������Zs.,   Ltd..  Toronto.  11'  v* ���������  AM-  1422  will help the  exchequer soine, as ?.lr.  Mills used to say."      Mrs. Mills is apparently    a    philosopher    in her own  ^way.  ' t .*  "'There's two empiy rooms,' an' you  can have whichever one you want.  Seeing as it's for ladies, I could wish  they were more fancy like, but you'll  sle'ep just  as  good I guess.  Miss   Land sakes!       I'm that 3-attled that 1  r-lean  forgot to ask your names.!"  We gave the- required -.information  and (Jien entered the first 100m. lt  contained an uon bed, a washt>iaxnj on  which was a basin and jug, and a  small and uncomplimentary mirror.  These things were" what .one-' migTit  call the physical features,-but in addition we saw two suitcases, rather "the  worse tor wear, and���������hanging 01k the  vow ol" hooks that did-'duty as ���������-yvard-  robe���������several suits of men's clothes.  Immediately the room look on a personality and I asked to see the other  one. - " a  "Them   things,"   said   Mrs.   Mini  in  reply to my look ol  inquiry, "belongs  to a drummer" "Travelling salesman,"  whiJspered   Mary)   "what   stayed" here  ���������  Coj    a    week    in the wJTjLer.v     L'sua-,  picioned Irom his lok& that he weren't  none to "honest���������he wfts 'on'b of them  -kind that his eyes would have run 1o-  getlii.er it' it hadi't'been for his tiefse-���������  ���������an' invc enough, .first thing I knew lie  went .pff on live aLLej-noon train, ^-itli-  out paying his VH1 ;"-���������<*   ; ��������� y������     \  We crossedM he* bnlV to  the sejttonil  room,    which    was     furnished in the  same'manner as tlie    flrst    orie^j but  ;. but; \y.hicb"; sho.yf ed. no ..traces, o fits i'oi>  mor oceupanis.   "This will do nicely," 1. said,    "Aiul  now.   Mrs.   Mills,  if ��������� you  could   let us  have "dlttriei- at Once    ..."   "���������   '      ,  "Bless your heart!      I'm so glad tp  see a new face that I'd talk all day'If  somebody   didn't  put the  brakett  on,"  she     interrupted.       "But,     being     11s  you've   reminded   me,    I'll     go'   now.  Come down to the (lining-room just rts  soon    *hs     you're  ready."       And with  .this a he hurried away.- '   ;.  ., In  Ie|s. time  than it takes  l.o write  ''iib'irtut.'J't,  "Mftj-y   had   opened   her   brig  and taken irom it n  cako ol' ������oap Jiti'd  h  roll 01   paper towels-, nnd raised  tlie  window   lo* lis  full  height;   and  (lion  by; a Judicious    dlfidributlon    ol'    our  worldly Roods she gave  the room nn  almost homplllce air.-' j,"  "Wash     your     lace  and   li finds  aiirl  tuck   up   your   iriuuil.   ioc-ks,   Hllno^,"  sho advlHfd,      "And don't t'orRet Moil-.  ueris ;m   I*:iigllnli   <Jhui'(dt   mlbalonni-y  Hounds    rather    ini ej*o������t Inpr. Anlile  from i!K ('(ll-f-nry in tbe matter of Htrti-  bui-ri, i.iiiuni \niv,-i\i.v is a Kieai. umrul  Huppori." )'  A-v 11,-uih.I, I l'.olhiw<-*d M-iiry'H :<dvldfs;  ;irid ili(*-n nought in vnin lor 11 plucoln  whirh fo empfv Ihe whim- ho Ikfil  .'wl.*ir.y uiu;<h   i*;iv#-? iii*r (urn. c���������  "VViwii do vou ;*,ij|i|ioiu* an lumr-r-i'fu^l-  r-������| windov/ Ih- Inli-nded for?" mdi(,d  ��������� Iiul 1������������ vi'iiliw: yrnniK perHoli, "Ileiio,  hand me lh������ ixinln," 11ml hi^rrn'i- I rfflil-  ir.t'il what .die uii'.unt lo .\u, :*;he hjld  5i^iHf*d tlu*  v.'.iter oilt of 'the window,;  "VV-f'll,"     <ti;i".vle������|     ;i   p|e������nm������   ling*  il.'.h    viiirr    iiiiin    ib#> >.'.i'ouni] j;'.',!:;;-;, *  "wtutr   nlfhrt   mc'   vou   $i,UY\ti   M-umpn  lli,4     III      llhL.     ' .1    III    M      *        ������v..,.,     ..       fliiit.i     I  wiih liinftbl. So t $>i\f*i.'i't Mn- rli'i}",.\. bill  li.   tlii-',   ������:ii!������*J (>t hdn>;  1 nilli: i'.i      .      ,     ."  *m  isapy specialists.  THAT tliere are Physicians who specialize on Infant ailments yon know JIT  Physicians understand Infant troubles: all Physicians treat them. It is his-  profession, his_duty, to know human ills from the Stork to -the Great Beyond.  But in serious cases he calls in the Specialist Why? He knows as ewy  Mother knows, or ought to know, that Baby is just a baby,, needing special treat*  ment, special remedies. -' .    : py  Oan a MotFer be less thoughtful? Can.a Mother try to relieve Baby with  a remedy that she would use for herself?   Ask yourself; ^and answer honestly!  Always remember that Baby is just a baby. And remembering this you  will remember that. Fletcher's Castoria is made especially for Infants and:  Children. - _ ,  ".      :  Children Cry For  The False and the  Advertising by the ttse of large space, theexpenditure of hugesuma  of money have placed oa the market, have put mjrpper homei perhaps,.  many articles* that today have hcen.disbia.rded,' as you will readily ja<dknit.  , Do ycitt recall" anything that h as more modestly appealed to tha  public than has Fletcher's Castoria: taodest in all itB claims, pleading  at all times���������and truthfully���������for our babies?,/ ."��������� j  The big cphir^ the. misleading 'claims'' may wii; fftsva time, but  the honest truthTtelling advertiser is litee the old story*-iSf the tortoise  that beat,,thd hare. ��������� '."'': -"'?:-���������?        ' :'"'''���������., 'yyZ'"''  Mothers everywhere, and their daughters, now mothers, speak  frankly^ glowingly, enthusiastically inf praise of, Fletcherfs Caetoria>  Speak of it lovingly *������# a friend that liias. brought <corrifortp cheer and  smiles to their little-one.        ."'.";.?'.':-??-:?Z:y y? yy----:'--      ' ���������"������������������������������������������������������"���������*,  To them: to these'true mothers no argument can induce them  to set aside their bottle of Castorioi tbeiirold Iriend, that they might  try even another anil unknown remedy for babies. Then, wouldTTOU  think of going, to YOUR'OWN medicine chest to find relief for Bnby'o  troubles?   Can you not separate the falseJffoi?i the tfiie? V  MOTIIEriSSHOULO BEAD Tilt BOOKLET THAT IS AROUND J^Ell^MTtL^'dFTIirriiHEil.'a CWCrfOltii  Aim. tgta art ������������������ ��������� <^u m  %M Em Um %3  B H^S Bm  ALWAYS  Bears ihe Signature of  Bakct Copy of Wrapper.���������  ^^^^^.^^^..������������������������^*;^.^*..l;l������������������^.������������������.<^^���������l���������.^^���������*rfltfl^ty  TMK. CK.IIJtAI.IH  CrUMMNV. IN K.VK V���������>M K: CIXY.  ~������iii~ttmmmmyimif~^  BB  anas  ^im^HBMSBBB  ���������'ft Ki',Lii'-'ii'',frt,'\.'i< '"< N .A..*aMS>������i&,iiilU������WU������fl*������s������i������������i������K������  iltji,a.,.,-.xi,Mitt 01 ��������� ^iimiia^'i.d���������tiimUkti-'tiM.il-it^ii.r'U^  mum  iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiijiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiii  b.-MttMU  IlinnHBwn^HMnBHRralffii  Tmmm^MT^^^mM^nKn^mmWW^^RtWMBK^^^MmmtmMB^B^KmmmnKjIB^Nmmi -J* ^   ~t t-fr. ���������������--.-���������  tTBQS E3SVIEW, C1������������STQX B. CL  3$  "as a "Jewer Merchant  -Gjov-ernment of Queensland   Forced t-5  * Protect its Gerr*'Miners" ri.- " '-'  5 To "the rubies, opals, jemei'alds and  ijilue sapphires mined in the State of  Queen&fetitfs'vsthijKh hjjve lon^.Uacf th.elrr  principal maiTteV in "Farii^ltave "been  added ' discoveries  phires. The gems>  ope at such high prices that the  amount paid"Ttr the miner- is poor by  comparison. The miners-have now-  asked the" Government to pool the  gems and market them on community account.  ot    orange     sap-,  are   sold icu-Bur-.  ���������  Twenfc^-fiVej "*,>��������� 3a 1&;*- Is'  life of a coin.  this, average*'  "Plague~of CSciists in Russia" " ~  A plague oi locusts promising greater      *f!P������; i ll*!* i  ir*T*        ll"!!;        I S.r.Jr       rt.        l-.^J-      ���������~���������,0   --*   -*-^   -- ��������� -i��������� m.���������       I...C.V      xr X      xxtxrx.      J   CftJ  ,  .has developeil fn- tlie Caucasus, .Baku,  Kuban and the Crimea. It is a serious blow to South Russia's hopes lor  successful crops,- and_; lh#_;i>easants  have 'mobilized to* "^-fight -the- p&st  t^"ith gajjojine. Even airjilanes have  'besh Tutilized, -being sent to drop poisonous'bombs in the breeding areas."  Here, Is" - *  ". Sometmng Smart  Seeing. Western Canada  Personally  th������;  Conducted    Tours  Pacific Coast j  An unusual opportunity for seeing j  Western Canada and the Pacific Coast!  jander most favorable conditions and |  at a minimum expense- is afforded by ;  the Canadian National Railway.. The'  Company" announce a personally  conducted tour through life Rocky j  A -  special     train     will ?  11.  G.T.P  t  on t  Mountains.       I  leave Winnipeg on June 30ih at  p.m., and will connect with h  steamship from Prince - Rupert  July 6th. - Stops -will be made at the!  following points of interest en route:  Wa'trous, Saskatoon, Wainwright, Ed-1  monton, Jasper, Mt, Robson, Prince  George., Kitwanga, Terrace, Prince  Rupert;- Vancouver.- -Victoria and  Seattle. A choice of route for'tlie  return trip may be had. .For full particulars apply to auy agent of the  Canadian National Railways or write  to W.. J. Quinlan, District-Passenger  Agent, C.N.R.-, Winnipeg.-  THIN BLOODED PEOPLE  >>  .j Monuments  unknown'in China.  Sentenced to Death  No Appeal Possible  The death warrant is passed out  evety time a corn is treated with Putnam's Corn"'Est rae tor. ,   It means the  | end'of the corn. * -Putnam'slifts out  corns  root and    branch,    and     never  ' fails. I-,- Refuse any -substitute Cor Put-  Very chic is this dress and one that  -will be found to_ meet the general  .needs of milady. tt can be worn to  ^business or as a sport dress, and is a  >very   practical   model   for  the   spring  and early summer. The cape-like  -back adds materially to its smartness.  Xlt is of black, with Roman stripes.  "The  hat,  which  is  of black" straw, is  adorned with black quills.  Need a Tonic .tt Enrich -tha Blood and  Restore the Health."  Some people have a tendency to become thin-blooded, just as others have  an inherited tendency to rheumatism,  or to nervous disorders. The condition in which the blood becomes so'  thin that the whole body suffers,  comes on so gradually that anyone  with a natural disposition in��������� that  direction." should watch the symptoms  carefully1. Bloodlessness, or anaemia,  as the medical term is, can be corrected more easily in the earlier stages  than later. It begins with a -tired  feeling* that rest does not overcome,  the   complexion   becomes     pale     and  ul-*8a**>a������ic3&iJt.-c:SS        -Ojix Oligist cZvOi 'trtC-tx,  -stich'as going up stairs, is noticed.  Dr. Williams* Pink Pills are a home j  remedy that has been most successful! A new'Terry JIne������_ the longestj4n��������� the  in the treatment -oC troubles due to'world, is to be-" Operated between  thin blood.      With pure air and -good j EngUad amrs^eden. -    ,-.-  tood   these   blood-enrtching   pills   are I .         the correct'treatment .when the symp-' " !  ARE YOU A MOTHER?  Mrs.   Salt-ore   tells   of   a   WeH-kaogir-a  Doctor's*   Pr<eacrlp ti������n   that   ts   ~nT&  ftsff* Tsssssss* &3otacK  is  Sales  ~,s s.  Tonic 3mt<3 Nervine because it  contains.     ������*������     iissr-nEisi     ia =  London, Out.���������"Dr. "Piero's F^v>r-  iSe Pr-escriaiiott 'saved my ���������!:>��������� j.^jr.j  ago   arsd  l'j������r  ~<ij.  reasim E-iili nr.se  enthusia-sLic in my  recommend at ami  of it to v. o:nj*a  wlio are aMing xzi i  -"weak. I was tak?a.  with the zi-ios-l \t  when in ~*.~_ "-*c-  jjectaut confiltio-i;  \jtfa. "fcb'en.bLood poison-'  "���������f^jjjZZ: "Sag set-in and mj  fam Lly becaaiu  .greatly alarmed.." The doctor adri&el  tlaem j^> glvs jate Dr. Pierce's Fayette Prescrixitiian and1* I * took -aeveE'jl  -biOttlets^ of It aud was restored io  absolutely perfect -. health I later  took Favorites Prescription aa a ionics  aad nervine and received ereaj benefit from It." As a woman's mediciti'**  IE Ss unequalled."��������� Mrs."'Jennie Dalton; 767 YoYkc St.  ��������� cb*? % v -a-an   -rvtwatrnVA-.-.   awe*-*  . w v���������nttm  IlLALiin   JMUL1U3   SmSC!^.SJ 1   _  . Your   H������aSth  Is  VStal   to   You  "Barrfe, OnlZy'l was.s-ufGering from  a rundown sgrstem ~s$me: tihaja agcv  was unfit to-'perforns my-d ally "duties,  and waa advised to try Dr. Pierce'tJ  Favorite' Prescription. JL tried^it.  took rt-vzo bottles, an$ "was resto-red:"  to my natural strength.1" I "cannot  praise _ Dg- Piercers -jmedicine too  falghly and will be willing to wrlta  to any one s-endiaig stamped ernvoE-  ope."���������Mrs. A.. H. B3s3������op, R. _R. No. 1.  YouTt-aoon f4el .better if you obtain this '���������'Prescription" of Dr.  Pierce's afe your nearest- drug store.  In. tablets   or   liquid,   or   send   10c  -t���������t~*jx.  aripTCB'S  ALjS.tjiijsHioK'S' in   BrtdgfS-  biirg. Out.. Cor. tri at pkg. tablets and  write for free, medical advice.  The., use ot bLank space in separating words lee writing was no* begun  until the^tentl������*,cenfury.      --,  .     .  ^v<  described     ave    noticed.  The  ���������rt-S '**���������'    >t v    ^ -        r������������������i���������aj.  to  Taliitary ���������;:li|������roe9s'ar������',Jtta-n>,s.'V?2Sc everywhere  i*  Fur  J3&3.CX- ,  Vrta.itc.\  Sales Total  Over  Million  j      Total sales approximating a million  and   a  half d-ollars   were   reported   by  | the Canadian Fur Auction Sales Com*  { pany  at   the   conclusion  of _the   three  days'   iui-   auctitm   at   IMonlreal.        A  record   attendance   ol   buyers  marked  ihe sales, these being    present    from  coast io coast lii Canada, from every  -important     lur    centre  in  the United  States,     whilst     many. English     and  Jirench   firqis   were- represented.     /A  total of 2,225 lots of_.Ju.i-s were disposed  of  in    Iwenly-four     hours"   selling  ilrne.       The   I all   sal<������   \vill   commence  on St'utembei  12lh  Cold Air f*onn Her Well  A woman at Newark, N.J., has a  .dry artesian well which always emits  a stream of cold dry air. This she  has had piped through her house,  where it is" used "Cor . drying clothes,  and- in place of ice, and for keeping  the. house *:ool fii~siuttmer- -'".v. . f.  toms  value of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills in  cases of this 3dnd Is- shown by the  statement of Mrs. M. Chase, of Trenton, Oni.,_who says:���������"I can highly  recommend Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  to alL who suffer from anaemia arid  nervous exhaustion. For. three years  I   was nearly  alwa>s~   troubled     with  it Will R������3j-eve a Cold.���������Colds are:  the commonest ailments of mankind  and if neglected may lead to serious  conditions. Dr. " Thomas* . Eclectrie  Q.U wiLl reheve the bronchial"passages  ot inflammation speedily and Thoroughly . and wiii strengthen them  against   subsequent attacl-v.       And as  it    eases    the     Inflammation    it    will  J. t.  CtiiJ-       -H^Cli JLJt ������1������Y a,������   ^*- ti VFkL������^X^=^������ mill   l ^- , _ **���������-���������������  headaches,    and    until I began, taking   ^al?f stoi>  rhe <**������&-  because it  al  these pills no treatment "seemed xo dot :9"JS   .     r        .,  more  than give  me temporary relief.        arul Prove **���������-  I had read ol what Dr. Williams* Pink  the n-ritatLon iii the throat.    Tr*  rr   'tf '    a-*     a "^ _i������ .  itaiis \^&~S~TTR  jxieaicine  Those who are in a '"nm down" condition will notice "that Catarrh bothers  them much ijlore than when they aTe in  jg-ood health This fact proves" that  wit-He Catarrh Is a focal dtsease. it is  prreatly inilu������>Ttced by constittitiotiaul conditions. HALL'S CATARRH MEDt-  CIXK is a Tonic and acts through the  blood upon the mucous .surfaces of the  body, thus reducing the inllammatton and  assisting Nature in restoring ttormal conditions.  .All DruKjrists.      Circ^ilars free.  F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio.  Ca van dish, - the English chemist,  had a back stair built ia his house  to avoid seeing any of the women  servo nm.  PiTls were doing for others and finally  decided to try them myself..   I further  decided to give them a" fair trial and  Jiept on taking them regularly for-several'   mpnthi? ,andfj l-ilJP- glad to say  iiave,-u6rfveu pemip.n*ent^relier.    f feet  ������ha������-"l can sateiy and. honestIy-3-econi-  mend this' wonderful mediciue/'' __   . -  Vou    can    get    Dr. William^' Pink  Pills -through any dealer in medicine,  or by mail, at 50c"a box -or six boxes  for    ?2.50    front    The    Dr.    Williams']  STedicine Co., Brocliville. Ont.  _   -J.  D. Rockefeller    has'    transferred  %eaa-iy"a!I his fortune lo his family.-������o  obviate paying: death    duties - oar   rsis  demise.""   "       '    "-r-    " "- -"       '"--���������-  \^onien theatre ushers were First  introdttced by McKee Rankin at the  Third Avenite Theatre, New York  City; in 18S4.  .������������������  -P  ..ri-,.  xi..  *Vi  '.-*% '���������  ���������!'r -  Zr?  ���������"''' -ZZi'- - Z 4>Z- i'c  t-  -$Z  ;|0N^^-EJ������P*,. t<^\|^rn, the jittjeli: fplks" a wa|;  from hlie tal^ej>eve**aige wt^n ^bsturii is  served;   every- reason to invite every  member of the family to join in the enjoyv  ment of-this "wholesome, satisfying drink.  ..   Postum Is made from .Nature's best  * ywKeat,ivjand Jcontains-':;������bthing:' to:..harm  iierves or digestion. _  Corns disappear  Holibway's    Corn  leaving  cl  oC.iS*.  whetj  treated with  Remover __wLthout  ���������ZZ A Gppd' Battlfe Cry _",  "A Itotarian is a' man who does not  grab the stool when there ts a piano  to he- moved," is the thought expressed ini. a.recent .bulletin ot that, organization. -There are a gi-eat: many  piano.s-tp. be, moved* in this world ,ip:  day and wo do not think a better battle cry co'iild he found for. men on  eyery job���������including all branches of  the,newspaper business.���������Editor and  ���������publisher.  'You'll, greatly  relish  flavor and aroma.  -imm  its full-bodied  economical ������������������?mealtime drink���������^ the  large"size tin of Iristant-Postum will serve  .from'90 to 100 cups.-.  Made in the cup/ in a moment.  A ���������*' ���������'    ��������� '.     : " '*    ''/. '.''��������������������������� V-        ?   '������������������  Z     , ' "t  ���������* ./ ' '  Instant: Postum for Health  "There's a Reason*'  1        Maui"* bv Cunndlan P-outum Cereal Co.; f.tnl.  - <'?��������� Windsor, Ontario        .'  .mmmmmmmmmitmalmltitt.  Minard's Liniment used by Physician's'  ��������� j- May, Return*;to^Gerniany*"';'''';';;  Tha i-pt.urh of 'former Crown Prince  William io~ Germany in the near future Is probable.  O'lt ' Is understood" that .the qx-  KaisoL-'s son will givu iip his abode on  the Island of Wierlneen and' settle  down In Qermany^ to live quietly as a  country-squire- The Berlin Govern*  ment Is '.making hby return conditional on a, promlHe that .lie will nnl ntt-  gfige la any poUUca'4 activity.  BEAUTY1 OF THE SKIN  l-s thf> nAti������r������l -dpsilto* of every \rou5t������n,  anj la obfcaiB������l>to br tlto uso ol T>t.  CUecw-iOintment, Pimple-s. blftckboadn,  rousutioaj b-qcL, r������lwfri������ht of the Bkan.  Ltrifcritlofl and - ec?e*taa dj&ain>'''ai'. and  tho slsit������"li3geJGBaft. s:noox3i ~.t\d v-clvelr.,  AH' denler-fif. id* Edtuansfln. BaU>s it C-n..^  Eilnaitod, Toronto. 8;������ttt>la fi-oa-if y-oiv  juioatLcw* '*'tlLLa".p:������i['>er,".,  MONEY ORDERS  It '������* 'always ;g,*������fe ;'������������������������'��������� *.*ea������l" a   T>om*ijucni   Ek������  press-Mdaiey Order,    Fi������f������-dolktr* cot-ts  Hue**  cenj*.* . *,,,*..,  ������������������������'������������������>''��������� "i.          '    nn   ''ii ���������       t i ���������'; i  No  Asthma   Remedy/Lil������s   1%,       Dr.  J. '.0. Kcllogg's Astlihta Koiricd.v' Is  dlatlncMy <11 Here ni Irom otiii-sr bo-c������U-  etl remedies, Were' this not &o It  vfouhl not'IiGivc continued Ha great.  work of rellrtl! until known from ocean  to orr>nn i'or Its wonderful \'nhi<v  ltelloK^'a, I lie I'-ocemoat ������nil bf>������t. of  till jiHthniii. ivmeiilen, wUinds uj>on a  rteimittlfcon lountU-cl Ln tb������ hearts of,  HiousuailH who luivo Unuwn iu |>������mi<������-  ........... ..      .     M$Py.  ;,.,(i������5 Burns; Sai'^SrCuis.Effc, -,7  GsKiaiS C25*K52S Hefts C������ffi|5S3tES  A -\a/*. retfabt- rmn fating1  mtttiintiB. B-old In ihrc*i d*j>������  ������-���������������*��������� ol ���������tnsngth���������Noi. 1. i'i ;  ������jl������- *. *8s .No. 8, SS -pertwiT-  Bala by -XI druaciu*. or n<*at)  pMp*Ld o������ Tei-nipt oi" -p>r"  Vm      BrnmnliVti.        Aildti  OSS   TefnSpt   ol"   f������r���������."���������-*.,  rr������������     pBrnDl"'**-*-       Addtesna  IVNK COOK MroiCINE CtO4  rOlOlTO,, OKI.  ������,fatmt*tj Wl������*lr:.-.J  ���������������r  Tlui   Aruba  the noRi-ooB.  MlmairH'n I  Friend  u-tu rted " ������n3lav������ me tit.;" of  int*mi������n������  < ������������inrt,h*������rr������i*������������i'f!  Jlmorfc������";������  ���������    l*l-ft������<!������r  KOOK   OM  DOCS   K-ISKAHl'Irt  find   Mow   to  H'ce-il  Mandril    1/ivio   us uny  Add !-���������������������?������ Uy tki������i.  Ann-thor  '"J-F.    C'l.A.Y   -^iS.-OVtf-SIC  <���������*������.���������   IJVfr"., ���������  ,X8>    XVf*.    SI Ui    Kl���������  N������:*w   Yo4*li,   ir.B.A.  W.    *N.     U.     -4-V~ THE  CBfiSTOH  BBV&W  8~-������B~-*~.B������4m~.mitm������  Jtiat as the Review goes to  press this (Thursday) afterpoon  the lirst session of Creston's six-  day Chautauqua opens at the  big brown tent,- with an attend-  ���������>.   OIUHKKi  tnjiitfti   TO   latst    yenr.  Reports from all centres west- of  here where Chautauqua has already heen heard are to the effect  that taken all round the 1922  programmes are much superior  to the entertainment dispensed  last   season,   and that any  "who  Wf������ MtCO&L  BOOT & SHOE  REPAIRING  Mrs. Bruce'e old stand  Victoria Ave. :        CRESTON  A  m  I*-  ft Ford  unto  ill a   ^ifiiaHftn  mvviv    iibv    wiluuiit-rii  Why let lusui'y (that you  do not need), size (that you  do not want), Speed (that you  cannot lawfully use), lead you  into buy ins a ear that you  cannot afford to own.  The new Excise Tax has  come into effect, so laid down  price of Ford cars are:  Ta������riBg .,, $770.53  Light Delivery 732.57  Chassis.... 637.54  .���������.    (with Starter in each case) -  have seen tlie first programme  have always come back to enjoy  all the others.      Under these cir-  eut that those who have not  bought   a season ticket   will  do  ttrall   fr^\   n*\   ^t-T-      *~. ***,*+    ������>lti������n     A0-G&x^-������      ^  ��������� \^*ta     w*-4    *MiS    v*^      c������hj<ui      tUUO       UUCVU       tm  considerable saving-of money.  There are stiii a few tickets left,  which may be had at the Norris  Bakery. ,As compared with paying single admissions to the evening shows alone a season ticket  is a good buy up ^titl the opening  of the Saturday night progrmme.  Miss Myrtle Goodman got  home on  Sundav after* a visit of several weeks  at ������<nuthern points. Friends will be  glad to hear that^she is rapidly regaining her form n- health.  The twn work-trains that have been  operating here the past two months  hauling material from Kitehener for  the trestle BI] at the landing, finished  the ^ob on Thursday lost, and left immediately for Cranbrook.  With the disappearance -of the work  trains"the yard crew is now-working  day shift, much, to the delight Of tbe  train hands as well as the barge'employees.  %������������-S   TT  ������������������Z���������  _������   'W���������~.���������x ��������� ��������� ���������~- .    ^F~t~0-.4-0        niflQ  iuirs mswib ut  onsiyurvi   a.\m~v*av,,    *-.**������  a week-end yisitor with ������&rs. Sid Mc-  ^sal^ii*.  -mSS* mav*...--  Jim .Cook qf Creston was a visitor  with Ys.!-i3m^tster L^asfe'* st con**!������ o?  days early in the week, combining  pleasure with the sale, of Chautauqua  se&snn tickets.  Miss Hazel MeClland.of Boswell was  a week-end visitor with Sirdar friends.  The Sirdar-Kuskanook road^ is now  in quite good, ahapt, and now that it  has been attended to-it is to be hoped  attention will b������ given the highw.-.y  betweeh here and Duck Creek. In  places it is dangerous, to Crave! even' in  davtime, white at night it is Just that  much riskier.      In addition to general  fixing up "a  little, widening   out   in  places would be the right thing to do.  June leth will probably see the.first  crate of export strawberries out < of  Sudar, and from- all accounts this  point will again carry ofi the honors  fo'r being the earliest Valley shipper  of this fruit.  _- i  TENSERS FOR OB0KABD 6LE.4RSM6  It, lieamy is making good progress  on his contract of stumping the Fort  Macleod zoad. With the aid of two  teams and three men he already has  about half the stumps pulled.  interviewing a number of the ranchers in the growing of vetch as a cover  crop.  Frank Swanson, who has just, returned after about eighteen months  spent at the old home in Sweden-, was  here a couple of days at the end of the  week: renewing 'acquaintances, en  route to Nelson.  w-������ .*   ute.i~.iui5 nay  Anglican Church Services  SUNDAY, JUNE  1S  CKESTON  g and 11 a.m.  SIRDAR  7.30 p m.  B\iy a Ford,   it ie lowest in  price, Lowest in maintenance,  cost lowest   in   depreciation,  and 'provides   at y thing   you ���������  can ask for.  reston Auto & Supply  fl. S. BEVAD, Prop.  Sealed Tenders   will be received   up  ti* noon  of  Monday.   June lUth ne7*t.  ���������fifij* the    S"���������*?Sfi?!V!j'    O*   1 hm <?T*������?������iMm*d    - ~~^e**=*  from -L.ot.8j2 and 3������if bloe'k -ir*Lot"������>i.  Town of Creston. Tenders mus>t be  marked "Tenders for Ore hard Clearing" and addressed to the Creston  Fruit Growers Union. Limited. Par  ticuiuis obtainable from the offire of  the* Creston Fruit Growers Union,  Ltd.  TENDERS FOR EXGAVATSQN  Sealed Tenders for. excavations on  Lots li and 8 of Block 4, Lot 891, Town  of Creston. will he received up Us noon  of Monday. June 19th next. Tenders  ������i������ipt be marked "jrenriers for Excavations" and addressed to the Board  of Director? Creston Fruit Growers  Union. Ltd. Specifications may be  seen-at the Union office. The lowest  or any tender not necessarily accepted.  TENDERS fOR BUILDIBS  Sealed Tenders for packing house  hmldihg on Lots 2 and 3 of Block 4,  Lot SBli Town of XJreston, will be received up to noon on Monday. June  86th hekti;;. Tenders "nni'st be marked  ���������Tenderslfor Building" and addressed  'to "the ^firiard of J3i*e*etoria Oreston  Frmt,iirow^its. Union. litdr Creston,  Sf.C.-s^ Sp������;������iS������ations may beUobtained  froiil the "jJnion office at Qi*esto'ri on  jSnd af ter.Jiiue 19th next. The lowest  Or anvtender"nskt a3������cesfciariiy accepted.  S  1J#  JL%*-A> V      T    JLJ-L JL-I JLmAa JSLaM  The $J5'> Tractor Crating and Freight Extra  Cuts the Cost of Cultivating  MULTIPLIES  KSmtsVotatrb-t  FIVE  A Spry wheel and one aura can do more  cultivating than five men with wheel  hoer>. It pays for itself before the growing  sea������on Ib half over, in labor saved. The  better crops you'll get are additional  reasons for buying a Spry wheel now.  Demonstrations gladly gives*.    .  LIDGATE BROS.  I  Wnen in Town for Chautauqua  Don't Forget Our ICE CREAM Department  is   here  to   serve you with the very beat Ice Cold  Drinks, Sundaes, Sodas,* &c.  >y  Our Sanitary Vortex System will appeal fco yon.   So  will our fast, quick service.    Our prices will also be  found quite reasonable and to compare with any.  ARE YOU  IJUCK:Y  We are giving away a number of prizes.    Every pur  chaser at our fountain has an equcl chance.   Come  and see the idea.  Mail Order* a  *00   .    .   . 1 ,.,#������..������  fitf JH/*1BJ: fitt Vt%0~t  mt   jmf������  Ay     I fli  Phone Service  tm     m*  mm at rfm^f ma   mi m~ ^ m m m m Kt4 am-mm* t> 0.  Personal Bffidencu  neaa-  q.uurters at > the Company's portable  milt site near Gamp 3, where he is in  charge of tbe carpenter work in connection  with installing tbe   mill easa������  chinet-y.      s  .l . *^  R. Chantbers, who  recently sold his  ranch to B. Noufjier, left.a few days  agw^for Yahk   where ale ng  with, his  two eons be  is working in the C.F.S*  mill-.  . If. W. Speaker left a few  days ago  ftir^East, Kootenay  points, at one of  which he expects   to start work at his  old job of yard foreman.^    He Bold his '���������  anto to Geo. Cartwright of  Erickson.  ' A number of the yonng people.are  already organizing' intft- groups and  will invade Duck. Creek in ������bout a  week to help with tlje etrawbevry har=  vest. ��������� ��������� .  t Proyincial horticulturist Hunt of  kelson, accompanied by Mr. Twigg of  <j5-eston  were Saturday visitors here  Have You Joined  Creston & District  Fifteen Hundred  Club  ,'    .Yet?  Write the Secretary for  Adplication Forms  f  a  There i$;one pair of lenses best,  for yonr eyes   ��������� They, will   not   onlj' i?ive   you"  immediate   relief   and   aid,    but  will save your eye strength for  the   future.       Are  you   wearing  those glasses NOW ?  There fit no economy in glasses  that are not right, no matter  how little _ they cost. " i������ook  ahead! What^kind of eyes'are  yon going taj?a*e in", 20 years ?  There is no reason to delay.  Get that pair of right glasses  from     '-   *-  Murdock McLeod  --������������������������������������������������������:~rt.'--'M-'y~L'^~i"~J-jL;W'---~x>yp~.-,~^9������-0~, iii  *, tt-rn i*  "_���������-���������-': ���������-���������".*';*      ,"**V- ��������� "   ' ' *  - .     '"       r-^ ��������� ri '\.  Commercial Hotel,  Greston  Tuesday-June20tk  Mr.' Gravy's, Wy&ndel  Wednesday, June 21  Don't fail to coViflult him.    Satisfaction absolutely guaranteed. -  P.S.���������Mr. McLeruf would gladly send  out. his ear. for anyone living in  she  oui tying districts wishing Ut  - .haye.-their   ey*B   examined;      No  chai'TCand no obligation.:.*'.':'���������  -     . ' *. O  * ' \-i��������� -.   -%?-J, ��������� . i   ...   .      .  Ge&Min& Engg3������8fa������ilRm8������&  Clow&r* Leaf Gugss &aasB  $3.00 and $3.75 per doz.  aiso  ^isisa V$gn������t$& J3nc#jvs and  $3.00 per doz.  A*  Coming at this time, and at the prices,  these    should - . be    doubly,   welcome.  Goods just opened this week, and the  quantity is limited. .  MAWSON  H������kft<ll7a>-������������ ft  AOt~~0fmir0l~*  *f amrmr  BROTHERS  Lower Prices  Gcrssrs! I^LsrclsssBts  "!S������*~  * >*"' ;     . .   " '  ' '   ��������� ^ ~  ^Osquito-Proof Wire Glpth  Ten/rolls Of 20-Mesh Wire Cloth,    This, is a very fine mesh and guar-    '  ante^ mosquito proof.    Don't put off purchasing as the lot will be sold  in a few days, isnd we are un&bie to replace.  Screen Doors in all the staridarjd sizes  t^-mSmmatC-'-mm.. .  Clean heat's the thing���������the first thing one looks for in a stove. TW  three million users have found that the New Perfection gives just the  rigtyt heat for every kind of cooking���������clean, steady, dependable heat.  2-BURNER $25.00. 3-BURNER $30.Q0. OVEN $9.26  Dry Goods  Brocarles  ___ *������    __^_-_ ______  ���������     r^mXm     ^mWm,        ������������������������������������������������������������  fiirnituro  Hardware  Ij tm  tiW v-fr..-*-*-* if '.I i*r*u()^4ytlfe<MiK'*HWi# *0ii~i-<*tfi������<^ki4t^i*^l^im0 4i~t4^w^^  v. *.!txsmm.m>:Kiiit&wiz>&^  mm  f!&&~^$^Mt������i~iii: jtlffiiSULl

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