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Array ���������p;^ji*lrH������Sr?\'r*i*5f!!s?������:*:?  J-fSsSR  SS^jSf&f'  ���������.~-l?.i-,~K~:->>rJZ4:.  ijr.rfiriibgfi.  *���������**,������  WmZ  yM$Z:Z&  ���������^mkzp":  -jH&y?.- J.::-'' ������������������ i  ':ZZ^rZ'PW^P-  ������$Mym-Zy  ���������  A*  /  M-f  *'fr.  Vol. XV.  CRESTON, B.C., FBII>AY, MAY 18   19_3  ������������������  .---1.-0  Mr. and Mrs. Lochead  were Sunday  visitors at  Kuskanook,   where 7:they  - were trying out   the   lake   fishing" at  that point. ~ ���������y  The first load of lumber for .Jpnpsb  Cretton's new school was placed ^ on  the ground the latter part o?"c*the  week, and the rest -will he hauled  before the coming of high water.?f%r  Due to the-prevalence of driftwood  the ferry is now running on the high  cable, and with a heavy current .good  tinie.ismadeon the trips.  - -W.-'J. B. Biker, water rights branch  engineer, and his assistant. Mr. Evans  of Nelsons were working in this section  the latter part of the week putting in  bore holes and guages along the  Kootenay River as - well as- the bigger  sloughs, the observation on the latter  being for the purpose of seeing if there  is any seepage.  '  The :ocat  road   superintendent^ J.  D. Moore. Was here on an official visit  on Thursday last and during his stay  staked the right of way for the acs-  road that will start from the Simmons  ranch and be built bouth  to serve .the  iancb.es of O. O. French. Mr.   Ermist-  on. C. Pass as well as giving connection to-the Carruthers and Mrs. Wilson places, and' some  unsold  government  land   in - that    neighborhood.  Ultimately the road  will he continued  through to connect   with   the  Klockmann road on the   Idaho  side.     M*.  Moore has taken a splendid route-that  will giye'riot'more  than .5 per  cent,  grade whilst the road can ' be built at  minimum cost.   The road, too, should  bring-in settlers as in   the   past, year  many have looked the area over and  were immensely -pleased ' with   it  on  aocount of the fine waters supply.  Tine (United Farmers had their social t*������  session on Saturday   nightr at   which  the feature was a debate toh Capital vs.  _abor, in which the latter side, composed of Messrs. Messenger and Knott  were- victorious.      The .losing   Cause  wgs championed   by   Principal   Knit- ,  hammer   and    Manfred    Samuelson.}  ice cream was served after the debate  and dancing was in order until midnight.  ^everCan  Tell |���������May 25th  C. Robinson, C.P.K. dining car ser-  | vice^superintendent at Calgary, Alber-  t ta,. was Iiere a few days last week  supervising the planting of four acres  of his ranch to alfalfa. He had in  tended putting it in spuds but was  untthle to secure enough Netted Gem  seed to do the job. He states that the.  dining car department Inst year had  little or no waste in-some 1500 sacks  of Netted Gems used.'  ������h������������ -Simmtff  R. -, Alderson of Hosmer waa _  business visitor here a few days last  week, looking after spring; opetations  on his raach.  Mrs. Constable, and   son,   _iverard,  left on Suiiday r for Cranbrook^  where  the boy, is ^undergoing, ti^atment  in  St. ������ogehe hbsnit&Eand. sp'^iitr as we  can leton, ia dbing as, w-elt ii^jea.h .*$������  Tom Haifis    has   his road   repair1  crew at vrork this week on the high  way   between    the' school   and   the  -goose neck." along which bit of highway   motorists    have    been    having  trouble all sprang*.  MesBis. Ash, Webster and Wood  are busv with their syndicate sprayer  this week giving the apple trees the  pink spray.        -" ���������" '"."���������' "   -"."'  Dr. Henderson was an official visitor  to Alice Siding school on Wednesday  last, when he made his annual inspection of scholars and premises.  With . the possible exception of  Wealthy apples the show pfrbloom  indicates a very .heavy", crop this year.  Some of the early birds expect the  strawberries about June 10th. The  blossom on these. is also most promising. '���������������������������'-'*'.  Mrs. P. _ombardo is a visitor with  Cranbrook friends this week.  y    Auto tourists are* in evidence every  I day almost. Saturday was the record  I day with nye of them coming oS the  boat east bound.  Kuskanook was a very busy spot on  SundHV, several motor parties ftom  Oreston being there, amongst them a  delegation from the board of trade  who are locating the new camp site.  Jack Cameron was a motor visitor  to Cranbrook on Saturday, taking1 his  father, from Greston, U> the St.  Eugene hospital for treatment.  W. T. Simister of Creston is a visitor this week to Sirdar, where he ' is  lending a hand with the ejection of an  addition to the Whitesides store, part  of which will be fitted Tip as living  rooms and the rest to be used for cold  storage purposes.  Friends of former C.P.R. agent  Goodman will not like to hear that  due U> trouble with his ieg ne has had  to take a couple of months leave from  work at Lumberton in order to take  medical treatment at Cranbrook.  Sirdar   is   becoming  almost exclus  ively a Chevrolet town, the third new  car of that make being delivered here  last   week   by   Xtidgate    brothers   of  Creston to ~~._~H.2ftcKienzae.    *       _.   *,_  Mrs. Catn, who has been laid up for  a time with a "very severe cold is able  to be around again,- and Mrs. Carter,  who has been with her. has returned  to her home io- Nelson. Mrs. White-  sides, who has also been on the sick  list, is around again.  Sirdar *was: well, represented at  evening service' at Christ Chnrcb,  Creston. Along with -Mr. and Mrs.  Tuohey in. their car were Mrs. Martin  and Airs. Rogers, while Mr. Loaaby  took Mesdames Loasby; Jones and  North, while* Mr. Fitzimkons was  alongside the driver, making a most  creditable showing at church worship  from this town.  "Tot* Nevetf. .Can Tell" is the play  chosen t������y theAPlayers* Club of the  University of JfJvC,, to be produced at  the Grand Theatre, Creston, Fxiday,  M������T 25th. und**" the auspices of the  Women's Institute.  Me*s. Lanfi-ey. Clandon, a strong-  minded-woman; and her three children  have returned:: recently to England  from Sfadeira,VM-hiere she. had . taken  her family in infancy to remove them  from the husband she loathes.  The first -scene introduces us to the  twins���������Dolly and Phillip���������and to Valentine*    the Hero,   a  "iive   shilling"  dentist .who, the moment   before  has  ex tracked-D<f������I|^s tooth  without gas.  The   twins  ark an   odd   mixture  of  fiophieticatfon^and innocence.     They  spe-edilymakeValentine's acquaintance  and are in the midst of revealing their  family skeleton1: -when   Mrs.   Clandon  Land her elder daughter enter.    Valentine sssuiediHtejjFiaiis in love with the  beautiful Gloria'and is prevailed upon  rojoin the family at luncheon.  .   Matters   now*- move   rapidly.    Mrs.  Clandon and fier.fausband meet. - They  attempt to comeilo   some  agreement,  but are   hampered   by   their  mutual"  antagonism.      Meanwhile*. Gloria and  Valentine are having their difficulties;  fbr if Valentine has fallen in love more  rapidly,   Gloria/1 after   some   deliberation, does so more thoroughly.    Valentine is more^in lore with being in  love. They quarrel and the outcome  is doubtful. There is a period of  suspense and we wonder how these  two problems will be solved. However, before the curtain falls for .the  last time, tolerance and love conquer,  and we glimpse _ ������������������happy ever after"  future. "  Admission has been fixed at 50 cents  for children, and adults SI. Those  who saw tne Players last vear in "Mr.  Pirn Passes Bv" are assured even a  greater treat this year in the new play  tbe Players are offering. Curtain at  8.30 prompt.  Li&t&r>  A number from Alice7 Siding were  amongst those who eojoyed a splendid  evening's dancing at tbe Parish Hall  on Friday night, the host of the  evening being Harold Payne.  Mrs. C. S. Hester and young son  arrived home from Nelson oh Wednesday, in which*city Mrs. Hester Was a  maternity patient in the General  Hospital.  Ladies' Aid Officers  ~ ������-Ott JCJtaHTt  to be Afraid  We are not as dangerous  as we look.  The school baseball team- made the  trip to Creston on Saturday afternoon  for another clash at,baseball with the  junior nine of that town, the victory-  going to Crestoii by a score of 19 to 10.  G. E. VanAckeran of the Co-Oper-  ative made the trip to Medicine Hat*  Alberta, at the end of the week to j  meet his _*oihes\ who has; just arrived,  from the old home in Belgium, to  make an extended visit -with her son  at the Canyon home.'  Mrs. O. MacDonald and young son  of Cranbrook, are visitors here .this  week with her parents, Mi. and Mrs.  Geo. Cartwright.  Geo. Hobden got back at tbe end of  the week from Salmon Arm, where he  had been foi a couple of weeks looking  after property interests. He states  potatoes are offered in that 'town as  low as fifteen cents a sack.  Norman Moore, district forester,  Cranbrook,.paid an -official visit to  .Lister the latter part of the week; and  was accompanied by fire warden  James Jory on his tour, of inspection.  The recent rains were surely welcome to this section of the Valley,  quite a large number of ranchers  having each seeded five acres to  inamoth red clover or alfalfa, taking  example from the splendid, stand  obtained by the Williams brotherslast  year.  Fire warden Jas. Jory is wearing  the proverbial broad smile these days.  No fires, and no prospect of any  while the  present   showery   weather  lasts.  The majority of the orchards planted  iu 1921 have a few trees in bloom, and  of which the  owners  are   extremely  proud. -   Wagners  are  in   the   lead.  I -with Wealthys a close second.  Canyon City  Mr. Taplln of Calgary, Alberta, Js a  vfsitor here at present, the guest of  Jim Butcraan.  H. JB urns, who held the position of  woods foreman with the Company up  till a couple of years ago, has returned  to Qjjmyon Oity to resume biB old job.  Otto Johnson is now resident at  Wynndel, whei-o he hag agnin taken  bhe.eenson'e lumber piling contract nt  the Win lav/ mill, along with "Big  Ben" Hannem. *'.-*\  .loo Pepperdine of. Calgary( Alberta,  ia hero for a   few , days  visit,   and   is  Shinning to make'the return   trip   in  is Ford eaty  Grovor Kifer. and ��������� "Shorty" Adams  are wot king together on land clearing  operations and juat now are seeding a  couple of acrea of new breaking: on the  Kfifor place to alfalfa.  Mitt. "V-AttAckemn, an, arrived direct  from Belgium on Sunday, and will be  making- an extended stay at the homo  of her oon, G. IC. VanAckeran here.  All the fruit trees are in bloom here  aud tho display certainly indicates a  very heavy crop if weather condition?  prove favorable.  At their annual meeting on Thursday last the Methodist JLadies' Aid re:  elected all last year's officers, as  follows: President, Mrs. Fraiick.  Vice-president, Mrs. Fred Smith.  Secretary, Mrs. W. H. Crawford.  Treasurer, Mrs. T. Goodwin. The  ladies had quite a successful financial  year in 1922, the cash intake being  almost $300.  Steve Brodie took a chance 1  but you take no chances when I  3rou  patronize the   Exchange  Barber Shop.  We have the most np-to  date Shop and Billiard  Hall in town.  SOFT DRINKS, TOBACCO  arid CIGARS kept in best  of condition.  Exclpge Billiard Hall  Pf. FRENGH, Proprietor  There was quite7 a large turnout of  Lister Conservatives to the party rally  .at Creston last Thursday night. C.  H. Phillips and H. P. Vernon are the  Oster representatives on the executive.  W. Beeson and Harold n_ang;ston  left on'Friday for Klockmann, Idaho,  after finishing spring work on the  latter's place. The I.W.W. strike at  Klockmann has been called off -the  men .going back to work about a week  ago after a few days' holidays.  .1  C. Williams has resumed work as  trail ranger at Edgewood. whilst JR. T  Milner, A. Bamhaid and M. Williams  have left for points in tne Crows Nest.  Word caste this week of the arrival  of another son fco Mr= and Mrs. A. R.  Webb, formerly of Lister, but now  living in Vancouver. The newcomer  weighs just over nine pound?, and  both mother and son are doing nicely.  The Fred Weston ranch has probably more trees., in bloom than any  other place in. the area, and on- Sunday  Fred was to be seen at alt hours  inviting passers by to view the  wonders nf his orchard, particularly  extoHing the merits of a two year old  Wagner that was literally loaded, with  _3ZS. Phillip h^ arrived jifpr a visit  "PenTad" Here Saturday ������^������gg^������*^^  ** ���������   [Mr^ Phillips recently attended convo- '...*'  cation of the  University of B.C. and  receive^  the. maize colored hood of a   .  bachelor ,,o*f.���������.; ."science,.*..|n *-.agricuBtiire; *:  Speery  has    just   been   appointed   a  Dominion    fruit    inspector    for   the  Okanagan,  and* will commence work  shortly. .      : *...;  The    show   of   bloom   in   Erickson j  orchards -would indicate a  heavy crop  of  apples   in   all   varieties   with.-" the  possible exception of Wealthys which  are light io spots.  A record at chicken hatching was  established at the G. Cartwright  ranch last week when a stray clucker  re appeared in the poultry yard with  a brood of twenty-two healty Barred  Bock chicks.  (Everybody is talking Chautauuun,  ahd from appears*hceu _rickson will be  largely represented at ^the big six  happy days. No less th An ten of the  forty guarantors are from; Ericksbn  Being regarded as a   "little, gentleman"   nas   its   disadvantages   \t  one-  boasts of a reputation as  the toughest  boy in town.   That's the embarrassing  situation Penrod Schofield had to face  when he unintentionally performed  a  kindness for one ofhis fellow citizens.  It was quite slright when elderly Mrs.  Smith called, him a "little gentleman'  but when his   chums   and   playmates]  echoed the term it became unbearable, j  They made the mistake of calling him  a 'little gentleman" right in front of a  tank of tar left by the street cleaning  department and in   less, than   half  a  minute it's all over.  This is one of the inimitable esca*  padeB pf "Pen rod" Booth Tarkington's  boyhood character who������_ Marshall  "Neilun has transformed to the screen  in his latest attraction which will be  at the Grand Theatre Saturday night.  Disproving the countless critics who  claimed it couldn't be done, Mr. Neilan  has taken the episodes of Booth Tark-  ihgton's creation and welded them into  a. coherent screen feature, bubbling  ovor with mirth and breathing the  spirit of American boyhood.  THREE 1923   CHAUTAUQUA LECTURERS  i^AH-l^'A.  ^ih;z  Mrs. Floyd Hodgers arrived home  with her pn run to at 1 nvermnre.  ^ SAM CKATHWELL  "0������t tlnir t������y your Jloodacv."    ,  "A  Sl>tr|UMl  DUci u(on on  TI������o   Povvor orf  OvorcomJ������a Adv-eraJty."  T.ma tlm ulssmM mm~ ivtimitcnit- oL' a farut)  ei.y, wilhoMt father and trl-tidn, ttctrmtntc-V  ~-'lfl*oi~i s. dhanee In th������ world, tounce Bum  Gr������thw-ell, D. A. Ha h������i work������Hl nl n I moat  everylMnir. ho linn Insen *knoekc������ll down but  never "knockwl out. he Ja a mnn with n  real, vital mtuaa* horn of nciunl cxyxs-  rlMice. In thia lecture Sum OruiliwaH will  tail inim, *nd 3������our hiya ,,w~t\ B..U, how lio  fought  hla   W*y 'thr-ml-flh��������� to   n' ixr\\v~t-hy  .ma. bow ba b������*c*am'*������>in fofamoat InaplrA-  h|* lic^xkw.   Tlioae- -who He*  Miss Redpath's report of Division I.  of Lister school for April is as foil Scares  Entrance���������Rubv JLister, Ronald Brain.  Junior Fourth���������'Frances Malthouse,  Doris Millington Cora Frampton,  Jack Jory, Eva Brain. Senior Third  ���������Jessie Brain, Dorothy Weston, Alexander Mitchell. Merle Charleson,  Annie Yerbury. Albert Mitchell.  Junior Third���������Freda Lye, -Flossie  Evans, John Malthouse, Qhs Charles  on, George Chudley. Peter McKay.  Perfect attendances-Jack Jory. Ruby  Lister, Freda _ye, Fa-ancea Malthouse.  Miss Hardiaty'M report for Division  II. 1s as fallows: Third Reader���������  Jack- Bird, Fred Weston, Charlie���������  Malthouse. Third Reader���������Gladys  Brain. Hilda Filmer. Albert "Weston,  Agnes SinclairJ George Frampton,  JLtmy Lye, Fred JSTerbiiry. First  Reader���������Billy Yerbury, George Mtch-  ell. Phonics���������May Millington, Wallace Sinclair. Irene Weilspring," Arth nr  Charleson. Receivers���������-Frank Yerburr  James Lye. Perfect attendance���������  Gerge Frampton. Charlie M&lthou-������e,  May Millington, Irene Weilspring.  JMrnT Iw&r^ | lo' Wert   l^^V i������T w  ttn<������������������ tm* 1*njr^ et ih*������,  formerBy hrought them  UtLrm,  r������-  '.fi-fi'y ���������.*,���������?*���������*���������* *"J"**-  *~lnilii~~-&i~M   wtllt-i*  to  tho   -evfee  of  ritBDKRICK l*OOLH. M. D.  A r������fl.n.cd, ouHur������d and tiravollwl Knirllah*.  man. a ier������tluato In modlclno of London,  BiutlaiMl, ������n uxport on all mitttora 4ion-  CMimlniB tlio myatery-ataepftd Baat and n lao.  tur������r of alnifulnr ohiurm and lucidity���������this  In l-Vattavtak Pool*, M. !>., who will deliver  hla ramarkohla nnd ihrilllnir * 1<wtnr������ to  Oanadlan aud)������nco������i -*Wltlir AllAnhy Jn  Falwtlno and lAw*<inofl In Arabia.'' Thia  whola leelure *������vIH txs ������x*aulalt������ly lUHqlrnt^d  witli* knarvolloualy eolorad vlowa, land thn-te  who havo h~A tha wrlvlUiB* of haiirln-tr lit.  fnnH-i wM trmnt-r ii-ii*. m |������vt w)-n**t!mlns ihj;i  aueldikt and myntorlouji country -whl-oia haa  fill-act -tho nowapapara duvJna tlia jmuh (������w  ttrtrf^S*WW*WW*Sl>#i*t)  jiiits. MAnie vARtainr  London, England*, la atlll tho flnaneiat  oenti-B of lhe -world, and horn that centra  ������*>m*c������i ���������'Mrs, Ve.r-~.iiy wJth -- *W4*a.ttl!������ ai  knowlodac tot tha jMMpla1 of "W������a<am Can-  tntts. Bhts hn������ travottod extenalv������9y ChrousK.  out Rurotto and haa lived tor ~*~sn~ Ume In  Far la. Mra. Vnrnoy haa *vw������n srreat dla������  tlnetlon (n. England aa ������ lecturer���������or  rather, is* a woman -with a ilertnll-* m������asa������*������  for mankind. Jn hut l-eetnro for Canadian  <i������idlenc������K���������"The Great, World H*������jtI"���������al������*  -will etwafc of condlOoita in Kuroro and how ,  Ih^y ������nr������>ct ua on thia contlnont. The Brltlah I  Council wrll ea (MNMritlnflr her > "neaBtlca 3  Wliiii a aiHjttUcr <si at*t*t alillltcjr and dl*-  ttnetlon* tntt charm ot lira. Varn������y'a jwtv  acaiaUty' la iwoat. iumtmfrUm*. 'ni*.-l vzszi  ii������MirUty the tlritlsh Council oomnveiw) h*~r  to tho Drlllah puhlfs. foellnir that ah* haa  a   mlrntUn   for   the   peaoip  0.   t~~~   BritiaSn  Death of Bertha Spears  The entire communition was deeply  Rrieyed on Thursday morning last  when the the word spread that Bertha,  eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan  Spiers, had passed away from hemmor-  hufse of the brain following; the  accident she nuataincd whilst at play  at school almost a week previous, audi  from the effects of whieh she . never  ���������wholly refrained ennfl'ctonsness, Tbe  funeral took place'on finturday afternoon and was very largely attended  the large number of floral remeiri-  brances bespeaking the popularity of  the departed with both old and yoitnj?  alke. Xl***"*^' -J1' A. Jamew conducted  the lost sad rit4>s. and the pallbearers  were elx of the boy scholars of the  senior room of the public school. The  deepest sympnthy of nil in outo-ncTed  the parents in thoir heavy bereave*  ment.  Mr. and Mrs. J. Ji. Spiers take thi*  means of e-cnrettalnftr their full appreciation off tne sympathy and many  kindnenwH #hovra them in their recent  bereavemen t.  3uSw-  I     p<y~~, Sa*l*2*-QS0 acrci LxiaK���������������*uSi  lint   514.    neap    Arrow    Creek,    a ay  prHjisonahl^   offer   considered.    W.  II.  m  mm -���������������  ���������;s. ���������  *���������  i  if  THE   REVIEW,    CRESTON,   B.    C.  :^  particular people**  Are you one of tiie Particular  People'9?   Tliera you will surely  be charmed with RED ROSE-  i������- ;������s hnilv s~ **i___rt:__i_L3Ur  JU*.     M.VX&     *00Z0    -mrmrn.^/ m~*0 J������~  ���������   99  7C  Housettolci Hints  Valuable  Vi:  Rccip<53    IT'or  Housewife  the    Bugy  1  A  Disappointing Announcement  Hon. Charles Slev-art has made liis long and eagerly awaited statement to  Parliament outlining tlie immigration potior of the Dominion Government.  That statement has, however, signally Jailed to arouse- any .enthusiasm either  in Parliament or throughout the country; in J'ac-t, taken on the whole, it lias  proved a grievous disappoint ment to all who were expecting real action in.  regard to this .subject which is admittedly of such vital importance to the  future, development and prosperity ot Canada. -.���������  Thc lengthy delays before the Minister's announcement had given rise to  strong hopes that a lar-reachiag c-.nd comprehensive immigration policy, was  heing evolved. These hopes have been dashed, because therevis nothing new,  original or vigorous in the plans laid before Parliament; on the contrary, the j  policy outlined is so timid, and so palpably ioi lows the lines of least resistance, that it has called forth strong criticism, from even the staunchest of  Liberal newspapers and outspoken opposition from. Government supporters in.i  the Commons.  No one will attempt to deny the truth of Mr. Stewart's statement that  anyone who could formulate an immigration policy for Canada that would be  satisfactory to all people would need to be a second Moses. Mr. 'Stewart  talks optimistically q~ securing -200,000 immigrants for Canada this -year, but  if that number is achieved it will be, not because of the Government's plans,  hut in spite of them and because people cannot be wholly kept away from  Canada.  And, after all. what are 200.000 new "settlers in a country of Canada's  immense, area and almost incalculable Avealth of undeveloped natural re-,  sources, and which is now about the least thickly populated, country in the  world? Two hundred thousand additional people can be absorbed Iij*. Canada  almost without being noticed, especially as it is an admitted fact that this  Dominion loses tens of thousands of people annually to the United States'.  This Dominion should aim at receiving 200,000 from the "British Isles alone,  and as many more from all other countries combined.  At a time whon  Australia is getting thousands of British settlers "Under  the Empire Settlement scheme, the Canadian Government hesitates to adopt  a really effective policy whereby  this Dominion would receive its full share  of immigrants   from the  Old   Country.      Instead,  the  Government   seems  to  place its chief reliance in the Canada Colonization Association.      Granted that  thc Government should utilize to full advantage any and all reputable agencies   for the  obtaining of  settlers, such as  the Association  referred to,  the  C.P.R., Canadian National Railways, and the Empire Settlement scheme, these  should be but auxiliaries to the main Government effort.  Apparently the short-sighted attitude adopted by the leaders of organized  labor on the question of immigration is largely responsible J'or the weak-  kneed attitude of the Government. Labor, as has been repeatedly pointcct  out: in this column, is standing in its own light. No sane Canadian desires  to see wages reduced in Canada below that -which will guarantee to the worker not merely a decent but a goou standard of.living, but the fact remains  that the average Canadian is nol prepared to do the "rough" work which is  required lo be done iu order that raw materials and means of transportation  shall be available for our indusiries, and without such class of labor, Canada'.-* resources must, remain undeveloped and her industries languish.  Furlhoriuore, just so long as Ibis class oi' labor is lacking, and wages remain ar or close* io the peak reached during the abnormal war years, co-sis of  production and transportation must remain so high that the average resident  rnrmot al't'nrd io purchase as freely as he ot laerwi.se would. The inevitable  result I. decreased sales, smaller production, and unemployment, and the  greater t.iio '.m-'MVipIoymont. the smaller the sales and the lower the produc-  *" hmi. A j-'-turn to more normal conditions���������which a large volume ot'j mini gra -  : i'i**; won'**; a~.-i.-i to tiring -would mean an increase in the purchasing power  -.-J.   ; h'- iloilar, :inf *" '  .-Forecast Rhu ba rb Pi e  2 cups rHubarb,   _  teaspoon salt.  1 cup sugar, ^teaspoon nutmeg.  2 tablespoons    Sun-Maid    seedless  raisins.    ���������  ���������_  cup very  hne bread  crumbs:'  Pastry for 2 .cuuats.  Cut rhubarb in'^ inch pieces, seal 3  with boiling wjiteiv drain and mix witli  other ingredients in order given'. Place  in a pie pan lined with pastry,  cover j  about 20 minutes or until bro wil, reduce heat and cook 15 minutes longer.  Children Cry fer Fletcher's  Sugar Cookies  Vz cup butter, %��������� teaspoon salt.  1 cup sugar, 1 tablespoon milk.. -  2 cups flour, grated rind I orange.  1 cup chopped Sun-Maid raisins.  2 eggs, 2 teaspoons baking powder..  Cream butter and add sugar slowly,  creaming them, together. Add well  beaten eggs. Sift-flour, baking powder-and salt together and add Lo egg  mixture. Add milk, flavoring and  raisins. II" dough is not stiff enough  to roll, add more flour. Turn out on  floured board ami roll thin.' ^ Cut in  fancy shapes and bake in hot oven 10  to 15 minutes. This makes about 3-B  cookies.  I  Fletcher's Castoria is strictly a remedy ior Infants and Chiiuf e-tu  Foods are specially prepared for babies. A baby's medicine  is even more essential for jsaby. Remedies primarily.prepared  for grow_=ups are not interchangeable. It was the need of  a remedy for the common ailments of Infants and Children  that brought Castoria before the -public after years of research,  and no claim has been made for it that its use for over 30  years has not proven.r  What is   CASTORIA?  Castoria is a harmless substitute for Cantor Oil, Paregoric,  3>rops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains  neither' Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its  age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has  been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency,,  Wind "Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying _ eYerishness arising  therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids  the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep.  **ni.*1<lrAM Jr.  Comfcrfc-  -The Mother's Friend.  Medical   Men to Meet ,  Over one thousand members of Jih-e  profession are expected to attend the  annual meeting ol* the Cauadian Medical Asosciation, to be held in Montreal in June. A number of the most  distinguished surgeons from Great  Britain, the "United Slates and Canada,  are  to be  present.  GENUINE   GASTO RSA   ALWAYS  I  CAN THE DEAF  BE MADE 10 HMK?  This Qtiestion can be answered ..both  ways." II" the deafness is. due to Catarrh, success is general if the, sufferer persists in the use of Catarrhozone, and thereby drives Catarrh out*  of the system. "'Penetrating tln-oug-h  th'e passages of tlie ear, tlie sootliin g.  vapor of Catarrhozone relieves the inflammation, destroys the Seeds of Ca-  [ tarrh and thereby allows nature to reassert herself. For Catarrhal.: .Deafness, pain over the eyes, plugged nostrils and other symptoms . associated  with Catarrh, use Catarrhozone.  You'll be more than pleased with "the  quick improvement in your condition.  Two months' treatment, One Dollar,  sold everywhere, or the Catarrhozone  Co., Montreal.  In Use For Over 30 Years  THS CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW VO-RK CITY  f-fo Entries for Soaring Flight  Now   Making   Light Engine for Use by  Gliders  So far no entry has been registered  for   the   British  prize of  $5,000  Tor  a  soaring flight of titty mites and expert  opinion has been heard to express ihe  view that it will not be possible io use  gliders for travel    across   the    country   after the  manner ot   the  vulture  and    albatross.      Attention   is    being  ���������turned to the possibilities of installing  an engine of 20 horsepower in a glider ]  and an aircraft company has produced  a two cylinder air-cooled engine which j  weighs S5 pounds    and    develops    IS  "hoj-se power.      An    attempt   is    being  made   to   interest   pilots ' who   cannot  afford to keep a full-sized aeroplane in  ���������his new engine,  her Tn  l>'-   illiifi'   -*  t*-<**t>Tli ������*;lir  -r  n   Z'tj--??.  -id ?-.-'.-. v.-ith a Komewhnt low-.n* wage, (he workman would find  off. pure*bases wov.ld increase, industry revive, and employment  f-neral.      liur organized labor persistently refuses, to recognize  ni-h.-\ and ilt'liberalely closes ils eyes to the fact that Hiere  ,vii.--1��������� ���������*-*���������  high  cosis of produci ion  opnvate  to curtail  and oven  An edilion of the Now Testament %  inch by a little over \-U inch, and Vt  inch thick, is in the Congressional  Library at Washington.  BABY'S HEALTH  IN THE SPRING  Japan's Supply of Quicksilver  Japan wall soon be independent for  its supply of quicksilver. A rich vein,*  said to extend seven miles on the sur-  fji.ee and to* vary in width -from two to  six feet, has been discovered. The  ore assays IS per cent, and the vein  increases tn thickness the deeper it  is followed.  Keep Theiti Growing1  Worms in  children,  if they be.notl  attended, to, cause    convulsions, r and  often, death.      Mother Graves' Worm  "Exterminator will protect-the children  -from these  distressing afflictions  B.C. Hen a Winner  !-.<���������*���������  . 11.������i  The Spring is a time of anxiety to  mothers who have little ones in the  home. Conditions make it, necessary  to keep the baby indoors. He Is often  confined to overheated, badly ventilated rooms and catches colds which  pnx'.r.i*: i-on. -wiiion means uneiiiiHoymciu. surety n woum oo i t*,*,^ |,{s whole syHteni. To guard  ,i <-mpiin������.*d at" a iva.-.oiii-ibh1 wage, than lo have some workmen j against, this a box of llahy's Own Tab-  .-,���������.-���������:���������: h-naHy   hiph   wag**   in'limited   production  and   others  in ! ,***'^ should be kept  In  tho house and  ���������- ".*.'.���������>!���������"���������: cinr.Mi  1>.- ohiained.  '!���������;--  : "  j In :.: I*'  ;i li\'i<\ 'J.  r< * i;' 11 i n  ������.j : i f111*  : I: inly  :.-.'-   i,n\  'i.11;   ;'.*���������'  ( t,' ;, ", ,i  r.i i i< in   '.���������-  r ti i >     !  " I i 1 f ��������� 11 r  Ifrt t roll.I  \i'i\,:\],, i.  1 :-.-   :t*  Ui/ii-'tlt  ! , fjeati-'s  of  I lli  ,   i has   hrinnin.  .;:���������!' y.     Tj.? on  1111!.'- i a I  I'.i! i*(I,  ' m;  r    pi,i*i ! on11  <���������: is:.;***.   !'..���������'  j*.;.* ' ;i ���������-.*.     i .-���������  f .nun in ion,  i  .��������� vh-oi'f :;i������lit i*d view appear to have 'the  economic  losses not, alone on  1hem-  y bright spot; in ihls iiunugralion nuid-  announceii'.'Mif that a separate Departmoiil; of  'x.M-ause ii. is only liu'man n a I uro that anyone  1 he anxious io sho\y resnlls and justify liis  nme life will be breathed inlolhe (lend bones  ,*.'.iii:*.._:   i;;fi|-<-,  a.r.d   many   tr.cru   people   for'lhEs  Only   One  to   Reach   Coveted   300-Egg  Mark  The only hen out of the total oC II,-  579 competing in the Record of Performance "A1' during the year ID21-22  which   a-eached   the   coveted   i������O0-egg  mark was* a ���������single-comb White I-eg-*  horn owned by the University of British   Columbia,       Of   tho   23.G26   biulrj  In  tho House and i which have been  enlored In 1he con-  dose given  l.he bt'V>Vr_to J IbhL Fincc  Its inception  in 3910, only  two,  including    tlio, one    already    re-1  I'erred"to,   have   laid   MOO  eggs.       Tli-> j  second   bird was  also  a Leghorn   and  made its record .in Ontario.  j an occasional  ; keep his stomach and bowels working j  i regularly. This will prevent colds,  ���������j constipation or colic and keep baby  well. The Tablets are sold by uiedL-  ! cine denters or by mail af I2"i-cents a  ! box from The Dr. "Williams' Medlclnu  j Co., r.rockvllle. Out.  Wonderful   Muscular  Power  He   Can  ::'-'-j~~~~.  i  czema Covered Arms  of This Bleslltliy Child  Mrs.   A.CT0,    N\nr~\-r~\lj   Sprnc.*ectale,   Ont  "Wlirn    my  '������������������  otd he  j.n<i  1  could  man tin  hi*   elicit  notinn^;  ^^  writes:   little    son    was    tliree  broke out in  aores on  -i.nits,   We   did   all   wo  jicai  iI.ojc  lr|-jil>lc  i*.orcs, but  did   birn   much   good.   Finally I vrntupid on  a  hox of Dr. Chase's  Ointment    and   k'*f>f   on    usintj    il,    ^t  \~.\t   v, <".   vr'r.ic.   tew it 1 dad   Uy    tiir.  >.. *A������%r\y   I*,0u11 n'i  tsi   ihr   *.t~tr\t  .%nt\  (ifi*lly hr was campletrly reli-fv-  <d of thfrn, lln i������ now ������hr*^  yr.ir. ii]<.\, rkg������d n*t Hud no .return ni  \\tr  IrmiWi* nince."  Many hare been ro lio veil 0  Kollowny's Corn KomovtH'.  ljovrei*- of its own  thut "will  elir>(!llve.  ' corns by  It haa ji  bo  found  .#  jV',  lt.*l������y   .1gsrntit.il.  BR* CHASE'S OINTMENT  M 1't.sitH n. lu**, uM dealer* or l-:,l.������*������^n, tXaton Ji  ( ������ . I.rrt.,   I ������r������Mi������  Jewish   Athlete   Proves   that  Bite Throuoh St������cl  That  11  ,l<Mvish athlole nanifid   BreEt-  biirt, JM yfMirs old, (5 It, il :ln. in. iioighl,  and -wolujhinK 210 lbs., <*an bil.R Ihrough  ' Hlool Is AonchiMl tor by u niodlciil tiov-  r*.'.M]ion(lon( of tlio T.nncet.  j Mroitburrs [HM-rorinnnceH sisl.otinilod  in connnlMi.M' ������r pliyslolans, enKlnonra,  'sinilbs and presidonlH of nlhlolic rior-  ; 3������oratlons, who saw Iiiin novel* with hla  j too th sevi'i'iil Iron and sleel elm in h  j oni-i-iiitb oi 11 ri Inch I hick; bend into a  J circle Iron rods liiiU' nn inoh unuiirn,  ! in.Ini-: Ills niOiUtli un a I'lihji'iiin; bend  I o\i*r hl-i lie;nl n rail four Inchos thick  i by l*,vo ami a hull' inc-hes,  j      Tho riiri'er-ijuotid-citl ,*;ays:   "Tho com-  inilli-e Is jthIs'IIimI limit he acconi-  I pIlsbcH lln*-* rn:-k.s by means of extra-*  ! oi'dinar> niusculin' power com plod Willi  o'Vi'i>ll<'jii r.cbMiHrti! Iralninj'T ami iiiuh-  | n'lila r -*iif'i'\',y, ~-  i   ���������������������   __  1 Ivim.if u'1.1   l-MKiinonK ittf Gousjlib ������. C-oJdo*  And 1be msin -who 1s really ami  ItuIy In love doesn't lio lo the \yo-  ninri "Iti the .case.  Children who are over-thin, _  listless or delicate, should take I  Scott's Emulsion  regularly every day as an  s aid to growth and s������urdiness.  8 Nothing surpasses Scott's  Emulsion as a tonic-nutrient for a child of any age.  H^Scott & Eowite, Toronto, Out, 2H-0&J  ...--rjAfi&cZ-pj.  m^rnmri  give   your  digestion a "Icicle" wltla  WRIGLEYS*.  Sounti JectDi, a si*0"������tl  appetite and. proper  digestion mean MUCH  Co your _ealtla.  WRIGLEY'S Is a  ltelper In all tills  woik- ~t pleasant,  beneficial ptdc-me-up-.  D39  m  5*C  l^r  mmmmmm^m~mm%mmmmim^m\immmm  %  ..'  Is.     U.    1-16C  COMH HSYRUP  5s one ot* those pure food products that is so  good nnd popular tliat it is known and used  from one mid of Canada to she other,  "Crown Brand," thc original Corn. ,  Synip, is thc favorite because of its  flavour  and unquestioned  quality,,       A  Accept no substitutes.  Tir."C  CAh3,\T>A   r T.'-P-C" 1!  lCr>-.  "M"M r T H T>  mZumitSi  ~^f^ff~~Mmmmm~mm^m~~mmm  *r^^^|Ui������mgMb^k^^^k^ -f.r
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CRESTON,    B.    C>
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re
Tlie ^S&Festerii Provinces
Attracting Attention As A
Field For Gliemical industries
WESTERN   EDITORS
The prairie provinces of Canada -are j
classedvprimarlly; as agricultural areas
and up to the present time"-they have
slot -been considered seriously as probable     contributors    to    the     mineral
wealth    of    the    country.      Recently,1
however, the resources of these provinces* in non-hietallic  mineral s,   such
as claysycbajs, oil, g-as and the sodium
and;*.,magnesium, salts,. which oecuv in
the numerous alkali, lakes and sloughs
throughout" thfe1 jireRj   have   he-en   at-j
trading the attention of  capital  with:
the "res-ait that considerable activity is
evidenced in all these lines.
The:increased interest in the alkali
deposits.of Western Canada has induced   the Mines Branch ot" the Department of Mines, ���Ottawa, to institute a
���detailed   "Investigation     of   these  de-
���> posits.*.'." With-v a    view to determining
���their possible economic value and the
Tsxtent  di" 'reserves.      The   wmI?  lias
now heen in progress under the direc- j
-Won on-air. "L..H. G&le ���during tlie last
two field seasons.
Naturaloccurrences of soluble mineral salts are known in the. provinces
>t     .��.*(���...   r.r ������-.
of  Manitoba,  Saskatche-\"an,  Alberta,
and  "British   Columbia,   el tlier  in  the
now* under way Tor greatly extending
the development 61* this deposi t.
-.? In    the ' vic-ini ty    of Meadow Lake,
form. of. bedded deposits or as "brines. <
filly miles south of Clinton,/B.C., thei
"Llllooet Soda Co. is operating a, sod- ���*
ium carbonate lake and shipping their
product to-Vancouver over tile 'Pacific
Great ��� Eastern Rail-way. This- ma-'
terial is being disposed drat the .present time to the s*s::p manufacturers ol
the Pacific coast, but plans are under
���way to dry ihe material at the lake
and increase the output.'
The    several   main products which
���may'be expected to he produced from
; these d eposi ts ar.e dauber's sal t, sal t
cake, Kpsoni salts, soda ash, and baking soda.
Sodium sulphate in the anhydrous |
form, more commonly known by its]
trade name ol* salt cake, finds its chief
use in the, manufacture ot sulphate
S pulp, in metallurgical work in lhe refining of nickle, in the manufacture ol"
���window, plate and bottle glass, and in
making water-glass. In the hydrous
form, It is marketed as Glauber's salt, |
and as such is used in tanning, in the
textile industry as a mordant, and in
medicine.
Hydrous magnesium sulphate or En-
Reacting The Apex In
Quality And Production    ,
V:..-.'Of .-^^-eistertt: .Spring Wkeat
"The     Listener/'    in     ihe     "Boston';*
Transcript, tells anew *'hn f*ui-*nn.iinr* \
The Livestock M arket
the fascinating
the   marvellous   tale   of* the   development    ot    Marquis    wheat,    in    these i
. "    * - *    f     According
words: ,- I &   . .      ,
���    '- j stock Branch weekly market  reports
"Constantly,   in  the   United   Slates,���[ yoimg c;l3ve5 are HOt being.liquidated
the winter   wheat* "belt7encroacehs  on [ to quite the same extent as they were
the spring wheat belt.      There is even j jn ig_j.?l  The report on March S from
i
Keener Demand Felt for Stockers and
���      Feeders
to ihe    Dominion    Liye-
E, N. Carter, Editor and Publisher of
The Press, Wilkie, Sask.
an id e i-t, a I; least   among    th
wheat    farmers,    that    spring    wheat
growing sooner or later conies to an
\ end by the exhaustion of the solf, even
where fertilizers a re' used. Some of*
the States, like Wisconsin, which were*
j once spring wheat states, now produce
scarcely any spring wheat.
"But the-Canadians of the northwest
who have ���..carried spring wheat culti-
���*���*������*-*��-t *rtS  rM*    -J   T��-��_ _������,���*_������     -*i���a .r*
HUSBAND DIDN'T DARE
LEATHER ALONE
HEART WAS SO BAD
Some are of considerable extent and! som salts
are probably of sufficient size to war- I ton trade
rant-commercial exploitation,  provided economical methods    of    recovery
can he developed and sufficient markets can be established.
Three   of  these  deposits  are  being
operated,, or will shortly be operated,
in the prairie provinces and plans are |
under  way   for the^ development  and
operation o|/^fourth deposit.
:    At Dana, Saskatchewan, a lialf mil-'
lion.Jdoilaivpla;nt is Axearing^e-pmpletlonJ
������-"to -extract-salt eakSand other eheml-'
cal products from the brines of Mus-
kiki  Lake,  formerly  Houghton Lake,
23 miles west of Humboldt. Sask. The
company operating this deposit is The
Salts  ��tnd  Chemicals, Ltd., controlled
by Canadian and United States interests.      Tlie .main plant, of this  company is at-O1? deposit at the lake and
they "have a refining plants at "KiCclien-
ei*w Ontario, 7, When  this, plant tis in
'operation it is estimated that.the output -will he 30,000 tons of. sail --cake pcr
" y ear  besides  Epsom and  other  salts
recovered  as .-by-products.'      A.  small
village has been erected at the  lake
with housing.accommodation    for    tiO
men.   'When the plant Is working at
fuller capacity 100 men are^to be" employed,       * 0.      Z
At Frederick Luke, five miles south- j
west*   of   Dunkirk, Saslc, and 3S miles '
from Moose Jaw, Sask..   another   salt
cake recovery plant has been erected
hy The Bishopric and "Lent Co., with
head offices at Cincinnati, Ohio.    This
plant    is    practically & completed and
.    a capacity of fifty tons  6�� salt cake
per day, ami" as-soon as tt proves commercially successful, further units are
to he added to increase the output to
"200 per djjy,      At the present  timo,
twenty  .men    ate    employed "at this
plant.
At a hike Ave miles north of Fusilier, Saskatchewan,   an   experimental,
plant lias heoii operated by a company
called Soda Deposits, Ltd*, with head
" oilice af Calgary; Alberta.      This deposit,     although"  somewhat    smaller
than some of the other deposUs*,* contains, sodium sulphate tn a very\puro
Elate and several shipments have already   been   made.     This   com puny
hopes in.the near  future to he in u
position to  put ittt product regular ly
on the market.
In Britisii Columbia, tho Basque.
Chemical Co., Is operaUng a series J
of tl,ve "lakes sittuiled fifteen miles
west of Asher oft-, B.C, From tLieso
lakes*, they ni*e excavating crude magnesium sulphate (Kpsom. salts) which
in. HhEpped to Vancouver where it is
rellned and sold as medicinal hi-Uh and
to  the tanning IndusU'y,      Plans are
is largely used in the cot-
for warp-sizing; it is also
employed for -medicinal and agricultural purposes, and in dyeing_ with
aniline colors, since goods thus treated are found to withstand the acttoii
of soap bettor than those not so treated. . -"'..   ��� 7-*- ;���;������������
Sodium carbonate In the anhydrous
form, known under the trade name of
soda ash, is one of the principal forms
in which, sodium salts are-used in the
alkali   industry,   since     it     frequently
forms    the    base   irom   which    other
sodium, compounds are ma,de.      It as.
used extensively In the manufacture of
glass, soap and dyes,    as    well   as in
clcausing   preparations,   metallurgical:
processes  and tanning.      In  the  hydrous form it is marketed under the
trade name of sal soda, washing soda
or   crystal  carbonate  and   as   such,  is
used in softening water and to replace
soda ash when    purity    is    essential.
Sodium bicarbonate or    acid    sodium
carhonate, commonly known as baking
qoda, is generally marketed in a very
pure form, and finds its principal use
for making hailing powders.
The operations of these companies
'tend to ."bring before the public the
'possibilities of the western provinces
Those feelings of faintness. those
d-izzy sp-ells, the all-gone sinking sensations which come on from time to
time indicate a weakened condition
of the heart and a disordered state of
the nerves.   7 '
MILBURN _
HEART AND NERVE WfcLS
have no equal as a remedy to strengthen the heart, invigorate the nerves
and build up the run-down system.
Mrs. C. Vanhorn,    Eckville,   "Alta.,
writes:���"About     a     year ago   I   had
heart   trouble.       My   husband   didn't
dare leave'me alone, and often had to
stay up  at night with me.      I  would
just feel kind of  faint and my heart
would seem to stop beating.      I would
just faint   away,  and .-it  would   sometimes be an hour before    they,   could
bring me hack to life.    Someone told
me about "Miiburn's Heart and Nerve
Pills.    I got three boxes;  I took them
and felt much' better,   so    continued
all Winter, and now 1 never feel any
such. faintness.    r surely do appreciate
the good they have done for me."
Price 50c a box at    all. dealers    or
. mailed    direct    on receipt of price by
The T. Milburn Co. .Limited, Toronto,
1 Ont.
vation to a more advanced point tlutn.
people anywhere else, do not tor a
moment accept the notion. Theirs, is
a wheat country. It is a 'crop that
they must always depend mostly
upon; and they are committed to
spring *-wheat forever. They have
done wonderful things with their
wheat. They have "(-chiefly through
the experiments of a family of men
named Saunders���the father, Dr. William Saunders, and the sons, Charles
E. and A. P.,-developed a-particular
!"kind of wheat which does an almost
miraeulous thing. To suit Canadian
production, a wheat must do five
things:   It must be able to grow and
���that'-the demand for veal
had lessened, and from Montreal, that-
the quantity cl" light unfinished calves
on hand had lowered the prices of all
"grades. .  Z, .   ���
The    total    sales    of livestock this
year  up   to   date   compared   with the
same period last year at the principal
markets   were  reported    as:     115,491
cattle against 93,533;     20,903     calves
/against. 22,544;    2*09.16*1   hogs   against
J15!M*59; and 48,336 sheep against 45,-
i S35.  .   It wilt be    noticed    that"   only
calves show a decrease.      Toronto on
March S reported the sale of ten loads
of the best feeding steers 5n anticipation  of  the  new store  cattle  export
trade at from ?6.75 to $7 per hundred
In the yards.      Winnipeg    reports    a
liberal enquiry for stockers and feeders] at  values' listing up  well in line
with the preceding wreek. 7 -Edmonton
reports a mucli   keener    demand    for
stackers and .feeders.
Dairying in Alberta
ripen inside of 70 days; it must resist] in creased'Value of the'Butter' Industry
In the Province
Over fifteen million pounds of but-
1 ter were manufactured in the province
in the .^mineral field and should form
the nucleus, of the ever-increasing industry whieh in time should prove of
great Importance to the wholo oE
Canada.
Re cord Keeping of D airy Cows
Determining     Milk     Production     and
Feed Consumed by Each Animal
"Nino     farmers    around    Brampton,
intense cold; it must be able to, resist
drought; it must have high nulling
and baking qualities, and it must produce
acre.      There were in existence, when
the Saunders began experimenting in | p0unds-.over the previous year. The
Ottawa, wheats which would do one ; selling value oi the .product last year
or another of these things, but not one | was $5,023,000, as against ?4,5-i3,007 in
which would do them all. There was 1921. An idea oE the increased value
a kind of wheat which grew in "Russia,, oJ: tue butter industry,in the province
called Ladoga, from the great far nor- i js shown by the fact that In 1S12 there
thern lake of that name, which would U-as $23,500 worth of butter manu.fac-
grow and ripen in the Arctic Circle, tured as compared with $5,0S3,625 for
l>ut it did not mill well nor make- good j \-\xe vear Just passed.
"bread���its bread .was coarse and yel- \ ~ -  ���,,-
low���and It was a podr yielder.', The
Red Fife of the United States Mad excellent milling qualities, and that was
a large quantity of grain to the |-of Alberta during the past year, an increase -of a million and a quarter
pounds .over the previous yes
j Hail Association Has Surplus
]     Presenting    a    financial    statement
, j showing, a surplus of $1,11*5,14���* Sn all
generally raised in Canada, huOt was   runds. the directors of the.Saskatche-
{not  quick   enough   fob   the   Canadian j wan 3Iunicipal ^,ail   Association    ra-
The Saunders' stunt was to
summer.
keep thc
it with the Red.Fife quality.
].ported  last year the most successful
"Ladoga earliness and unite^j in the Association's history.      Claims
By
!
rt-rt-i     ,������,.kihniv���inf���r��*.i>Tnml' x care" 1 duriftg 1022 were listed as $337,084, as.
Ont., reports tne jjommion jjan>,  ana . f -.  niOM|- iv.-oodiritv *ji10,r ���*(*nr.i.-,r.i*t~~'i-ii-ti -
I lul piaiiL oi,eeciin& tliey <iccompiisl^ed j compare(1. with   5i,762;SS6  during  tha
Making  Over  Warships
French   Admiral   Understands  Wasli-
iington. Treaty Permits Changes  .,
"Thc    Washington    treaty    permits
changes 1n old    warships,    but    vital
changes are unfeasible," is the opinion
expressed   by   "Vice-Ad mini I   J-ecaao,
one of the most: distinguished ollicers
In the French navy and former minister of marine, in commenUug on the
discussion of the treaty ternis now going on in Great Britain and tlie tJ'.{~.
"As 1 understand it," he continued,
"the   present  discussiou    relates    to
changes made in lid fish ships under
construction at tho time    the    treaty
wan made,   ' So long ns the ship_s 3*e-
main -undef����3i06iOO   tons,   and without
exceeding fhe calibre prescribed, there
is nothing in iho WaKhlngton treaty
prevenUng   the  British   from   making
the ships ia question longer or re-dlti-
1 ri but Ing  the  calibre  so J.ong as  tho
total    cnlibro    prescribed    Is not exceed ed,'1
anskatcbewan
Cold   Storage  News    Letter,    besides
keeping a record of the milk production for the year 11122, kepi account oi
the   feed   consumed hy   each "cow,   so
that at the did of the twelve tuonths
it  was possible to  figure up the net
| profit from each cow and the average
of  tbe different herds.       Out' of  121
cows, 48 produced over 300 lbs. of fat
during the year, and the average profit    per    cow    above   feed costs was
?SD.2H".     It   is    hardly-  necessary    to
point out   th nt   with   a record   of  the j
milk production; and of the feed  consumed hy each cow, it is possible to
pick out tho    cows    worth   retaining.
Forms for keeping such records can he
obtained    by    writing    fhe Dairy nnd
Cold Storage Branch at Ottawa.
Three firms interested in radio communication have submitted proposals
for the institution of a broadcasting
radio telephonic    system    throughout
Norway,
Many  Prizes for
Froin^lfHI   to   1022,   Saskatchewan
farmers have won 220 prlxos Cor their
gruin, Brn&Hos and vcRotsihlos nt lnnlcr-
���w -,H^��
^"^nrTirV'*' ^wr^   national shows held In Canada ami the
OOTH A'UJrlli' j Tnlted Slnle*.      Of these ��� total of SI
3vlnoe a pluce of (������<��it<vii wool
saturnfud wlili Mlnni-d*�� In ll>��>
��ti.vlty. .\."i~. n.. a> conn1!-'.'!"
Irritant  and   Kivt^s  i|iiifU   r��*tU>l'.
wei'e
Oi
���flrat
number
her ' sweepstakes ov
prizes. In. addition a large
of prl-z.ru liiH'o been won for Uvestloelt
rnlncd In. thr. provlnee,. thf. evhlh^lon.
I of whieh linHheen n prokviliient-fentuve
at all tin** hIiowh where* tluiy linvc beon
i-hown,
Keep Your Hands Soft
m& WMte Willi Citiicural
A Cold: Finish
"Whon you ve fused. 'Iil.ni niy Inand,
pupa, did hc go down o*m his fennes?"
"Well, 1 dkln'l notlcuD Z\nsi where lio
Itsndnd."���London Anhwom.
Thts dally u��e of tbe S*ao*p, with
occn��ional touches of the Ointment,
���Ihi v*��y tffectlvo for keeping the
hunda BoCt t��nd nmooth. For red,
foogn. *ot ao-re nandn: On jtetlrinB
bath-olnhotwiitcr nnclCutlcum Soap,
dey. *nd ��rub It* Cuticura Ointment.
S^opSS^. Olw^moM 2Sft��A SOr. T��Tiram2Se. Sold
ihroualioiit theDomlnlon, CnnacJlnnWepot:
im*m��, L|��lMilr ~t.- SI. P����l SS.e W.. M*����r����l.
"0��*!i','n��i��-Snf***ir�� ���l��a'v<vKnv��]|hni) t.����Uff>
' \$tiiii*mta0iiiimaa0*t0��*W0im00iiiM0aatti0iita~mMmm ��
this.      Then the productiveness.     For i precetiing vear
that, the Saunders employed an Indian j ' .	
wheat, called Hard Red Calcutta, which
was also drought resisting.     And anyway, with one thing and another, they
kept at.  work year, after year, crossbreeding the strains, selecting grains,
mixing one wheat merit with another
wheat  merit,   until  at  last   they  had
produced a  wheat  that,  will ripen  in
the   short   summer  of  the  fur   north,
will stand up   against    drought,    will
make, excellent white bread, and will
produce up to T>5 bushels to the acre!
And   then,  with   true   British  respect
Tor a noble pedigree, Mr. C. 33. Saunders called his    apex   grain    Marquis
wheat,  and presented It to  his coun- !
try men!
"it was a- 31o y a I gift.      Royal?      No
king could have made it.     lt increased the productiveness of the Canadian
lU'ahies  several   fold.      It    was    not k
merely   ranking   two   blades   ot   grass'
grow whore one grew before���if. ( war, "_
making   about   HO   bushels   of   perfect \
wheat grow where 2f> of a poor qual- j
Sty grew before.    It reuresented a conquest of cold and  drought, nn easing |
up of the conditions of farm life on the
prairie, and a great extension of settlement:      It probably, when history's
account, is made ujt, will be found to
have added  millions* of men and women to tho population of Canada who .
might, otherwise  not have been horn j
there   or  renmined   there.      it  Is  no j
wonder that  Canadians    are    asking I
themselvcK  whnt honor'they can pay
to tho nnme of tho*.Saunders  who isi
gone, nnd to the personality of tho^cv,
who  romniii, which .will  be common-j
auru-io with the servlre rendered, Tho
Homlnlori   rniulo   C.  13.  Sounder:*   hev
VoroullHl.'      She, or  Mother Kngland, 1
ought,  at   least   Jo   make  him   a   Mar-
uuis!        Thc   l'nilod   Slate.'",   ought   to
join in in tht. ordinary honor to him---
It cannot give him any other Mile than
posidbly that of ,(""olom)r-���roi' the Miir-
quh-t wheat   l~ tt�� available foi' prndu^.*-
Ilon  In 1he V'niled flttites a?> it   Is  in
Sale Is Off
The Flapuor (to the young man behind the counter;���"What.is the prico
of this pair of gloves?"
Fresh Clerk'.���"'A kiss."
ThQ  Flapper.���"Very    well,    kindly
give -mV three 'pah*.     I shall send my
grandmother  to   pay  you  this   after-
! noon,''���Gohlin.
.   You can tell what, a woman  thiuhs
of a man by what she says about him.
Lift Off with Fin'gers
)l it
i - *��
I-'Kiesn's   hurt a hit!       Drop'a Uttlo
jt "Freezone" on an netting corn, Snstant-
l ly Hint corn Htops bun Ing, then abort-
Jly you-^UiL it tight off with flngerH.
5 Truly!
i     Your druggist seiits a tiny hot I In of
Freestone'*' for a few cenlH,  -Hulllciont
every hard corn, soft
C_..la, md ��.w m-m r-t, ���-,-,-.*, itf^ SSTwitSSS; -.~~-��~..--.?.U?S~
Lhc DakoU:*; ;��nd r��!lnn*trot;u"
or corn
lu.)
v.'Jt 1*jT~'. *'"At<"n*"<**--��� or frrlt'i* Ion. r������  Anglioan Gburoli Services  SUNDAY, MAY 20  CRESTON SIRDAR  8 and II a.m.. 3 p,m. 7.30 p.m.  For  Pianoforte, Organ and  Singing Lessons  ARTHUR COLLIS, Creston  THE CRESTON REVIEW I Provincial Part>  Leaders Speak  Issued every Friday at Oreston, B.C.  8?Sn7,pi#2P s 82.50 a year in advance.  $3.00 to U.S. joints.   &��������� &��������� Ha-stes. Editor and Owner,  ORESTON, B.C., FRIDAY,   MAY 18  P.O. Btx76  A. BOND  PLASTERER  F>L~.Mt. ~_tZORWAMENTAL.  (Canyon)      ERICKSON P.O.  B.O.  JAS. ADLARD  PAINTER  WALLPAPER SAMPLES  CRESTON  loyal Orange Lodge, No. 2095  Meets THIRD THURSDAY of  each month at Mercantile  Hall." Visiting brethren cordially invited.  ERIC OLSON ,W.M.  ^AlL^i^W  GENERAL CHANCE in  TRAIN SERVICE  Effective Sunday, RSay 2G  Don*t Miss Chautauqua  "The Energies of the. Universe,"  '"The Mission of tlie Anglo Saxon  Bace," +'Allenby in Palestine and  Lawrence in Arabia," "The Great  World Heart," "Getting by Your  Hoodoos" these are the etshjeets te  be handled by the lecturers who]  will appear at Creston's six day  Chautauqua that opens on May  30tb.  In excellent variety they combine  national and historical topics of in  terests to all and will   be presented  by  speakers of   recogrized  ability.  Geu. AleHae and the other Provincial Party leaders, who spoke in  the Grand Theatre on Tuesday  night, did not receive a very encouraging reception at the hands  of the Valley electorate    The total  atteudance W**-S   h&vtW-.   mnnb \u~**~i  10*?* whilst fchroughout the speech-  making applause was entirely  absent. The-, chair was occupied  by Jas. Adlard.  B. G. S^fce-srart of -Nicola was the  first to address the gathering, and  conBned himself exclusively to explaining how and why the Provincial Party had come into existence.  He claimed regeneration of either  of the two old parties was impossible, hence the need for the third  party.  Gen. McRae*s effort was largely  v^Aiservalives in  Annual Session  The beauty to   lectures   of   this p  sort is that.the hearer gets   a fund j taken up with reviewing the finaii-  Times for trains at Creston will be  WESTBOUND  No. 67, Daily���������_eave 3.22 p.m.  BASTBOUND  No. 68, Daily���������Leave 12.35 p.m.  TIMES AT BRICKSON:  No. 67���������_v. 3.11. No. 68���������L,v. 12,50.  Trans-Canada Limited���������Nos. 7 and 8,  all standard sleeping- cars, between  Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver,  will be resumed. First train leaves  each of these points on May 20th.  The Mountaineer���������Trains Nos. 13 and  14, between St. Paul and Vancouver  will be resumed, first through train  passing Calgary westbound June 13*  and eastbound June 12.        V  For further  particulars apply to any  Ticket Agent.  J. EL PROCTOR  District Paasnnger Agent. Calgary  BOAR FOR SERVICE  BERKSHIRE. Registered, $3.00.  Stewart. Alice Siding.  R.  of firsthand information that he  retains, and which would never  have been acquired by the process  of reading.  This was admirably demonstrated at last year's Chautauqua by  Hindus, whose talk on the "Russian  Peasant" dispensed information  concerning tbe Russian situation  that both informed and entertained  young and old alike. All these  speakers will in tabloid fashion inform on subjects of everyday inter  est and in themselves are well  worth the price of an adult season  ticket.  The musical features on all sis  days are of the same high order,  and are really too good to miss  even in these��������� days of strenuous  financing.  If Creston is to be favored with  this annual six days of education  and entertainment it will be need  ful for the guarantors to be not  called upon to give iu cash in addition to their labor to -make good  j the amount guaranteed, and tbe  only way to assure this is by the  purchase of season tickets. These  will be offered you within the next  few days, and the extent of their  sale will entirely determine whether  or not Creston will have Chautauqua in 1924.  cial situation of the province, and  amongst several illustrations of the  extravagance that he claimed prevailed at Victoria he instauced the  fact thot in ten years the population had increased 33 per cent.,  whilst in the last six years the province's debt had increased almost  300 per cent. His solution of the  Pacific Great Eastern Railway  problem would be to havn a royal  commission investigate the whole  proposition and- the government  follow the recommendations made  by such commission. He roundly  condemned the present policy of  doing public -works on the cost-plus  system.  Had the party not included the  labor representative, F. M. Dixon,  who spoke last, the meeting would  have excited little comment, but  when iu his -rambling effort Mr.  Dixon advised, that the only hope  for the men at Xiister was to plant  their places to corn and go into the  manufacture and sale,of moonshine  whiskey," Mr. Dixon at once lost the  respect of the entire audience, and  the balance of his' effort was indifferently received. The meeting  closed with the national anthem.  A much-larger-than-usual turnout  was in evidence on Thursday night for  the annual meeting of Creston Valley  Conservative Association in Speeds'  Hall, the gathering .being presided  over by Vice-President 5*. H. Ja.ck.son,  ih the unavoidable absence of President Mallandaine. After the ruinutes  of the previous session i, and the  financial statement had been .adopted,  the election of officers, was proceeded  with, the usual procedure being  followed of having at least one representative oh the executive from each  polling place in the Vallev- -The  following will have charge of association afEairs this year.: .'Zii ...'-, ���������->���������-'������������������ l  President���������Major Mallandaine.  .^Vice-President���������-C. B. Garland.  Secretary-tr^������surer-^J. W������ Hamilton  The^executive of sixteen members is  made up as fallows:  Kitchener���������G- A. Hunt.  Lister���������CH. Phillips, H.; P. Vernon  Canyon���������Hilton Young.  Erickson���������R. J> Long, W. W. Hall.  West Creston���������;R. Sinclair Smith.  Wynndel-^Walter  Cooper**/  Sirdar���������C. M. Loasby.  Creston���������Mrs. F. H. Jackson. C. O.  Rodgers. Geo. Johnson, F..H. Jackson.  Sua. Cherriugton, S. M   Watson.  The concluding- feature -was an  address by Col. Fred Lister, M.P.P.,  which was largely along the lines of  an organization talk. Whilst the  premier had assured there would be  no appeal to the people until at least  1924, the colonel advised being ready]  for emergencies, and one. of the  essentials to success at the polls was  efficient organization.  Fob. Sal.b���������Refrigerator,  season, will sell for $18.50.  Brothers.  used   one  Mawson  PLAN NOW TO SPEND SIX JOYOUS DAYS at  1  Chautauqua  Mi      **~jhf    ~w *_r _r -   _r _k.   "W* <flraaMii|4i  AY 30 - JUNfcv 5  ���������    * ==���������'   ' '         '���������"      '      '.       , '���������  MAKE this YeURVAGAIiON WEEK  Chautauqua Program for  this season is the BEST  '   PRESENTED   IN   WESTERN    CANDA  LT? %*% nn  Cmi nury  IflLlleftN  You save $4.7 5 by buying a Season Ticket and also assist  the' local committee in   meeting thc guaa'aniee.  Is there any  Meat in the  fi ouse ?  This is the first question that presents itself  fco the. housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a meat. But why  worry?  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Pmesi   Quality  Cooked Horn  Lunch Meat  Bologna, &c.  a~c& always to be had  here. In meats nothing  quite equals 'Shamrock^  products.  Institute Active in  ort  & &D.9 Ltd.  MaMirmhetti  the!  $10  for  ������j������K^toK^(  The May session of Creston Valley  WoHien9s Institute, on Friday afternoon, was quite a busy one, and  favored with quite a large turnout of  members. The president, Mrs. C B.  Garland occupied the chair. :'y  In connection with the essav writing  contest in connection with Profv  Sage's lecture on the early history of  British -Columbia, it was announced  that Herb Manuel had won first pvimZ  whilst "second prize* thad-been award^it;  Donald Yoting, both -students in the  senior room of the public school.  A donation of $5 Was made to  federation funds, and a grant of  was authorized. for the home  crippled children in Vancouver, with  the assurance that further aid would  be given as funds would permit. By  way of increasing the Institute funds  the ladies are going to rent cushions  to patrons of Chautauqua this year at  a charge of 10 cents per performance,  the -Olmntatiqua gurantors to cut in on  the proceeds on the 60 60 basis.  Mrs. Geo. Cartwright reported that  she had word from the Board of Trade  that that organization had nanied a  committee of three to work in conjunction witb an Institute committee  to arrange, if possible, foi the bonle-  varding of Memorial Avenue and the  planting out of trees on either side of  the thoroughfare. Mrs. l������vne reported for the immigration committee,  and Mrs. Garland presented a letter  dealing with the federation movement.  For bhe better community committee  Mre. H. McLaren and Mm. M. Young j  both read timely papeie, amongst the  needs of the town ns set forth by Mrs.  McLaren being a ferf street lights, a  sidewalk to the park nnd sime  attention to ropaira^nd rebuilding of  existing walks in town.  Mrs. Hamilton's public health committee expressed appreciation of the  services rendered by Dr. Henderson  in ticking charge of the class in First  Aid, as wellNis Mrs. Henderson, who  placed hor home1! nt the disposal ofthe  class. Also Major Mallandaine, who  presided on examination day.  The lighter fcpttFrcs off Llio afternoon  wero provided by Mrs. G. Duvidnon  Mead, who favored with a piano solo,  and Mrs. Mallandaine, who contributed a recitation. The tbtx hostesses  were Mrs, I, W. Dow, Mrs. FmlioV,  Mrs. Boyd and Misu Gobbett.     /  In the April Issue of thc Agricultural Gaxette, the Int-tlitnie'a o������SJcial  paper, a very complimentary reference  la made by tho provincial institute  authorities! to tho excellent work of  Mrs. Oherrington, secretary of fcho  Crouton Institute, tho Gazette referring to her reports to headquarters at  Victoria, aa being among fche very  beMt received from the nuiny Institutes  -Uit-o-Mtfiioiit the province.  Men's- Half Soles. $1.25  Women's Half Soles,$1.0O  Guaranteed for 6 months.  Spoils irf  a  artnfm'  to  ^*������W4 lands oagy..   '  and-wrhksh to non-tlmtMtr land.       vTpnm  bJT^SJ^^ pr^vtasnot~a abolSah-ed.  E&SS^TL^wtmmf-than firoraey  r. "SS*1?*; .������r-j;f������4*Bc*ftt> ~ve~-~m*tiZi~~  ^^_t___^K52522^ bJ* ���������awSh n������WBS  '^^SElaf7 te^uvstmmata' on' *wqp������������QWra  jnra-������spUiC)| S^^ooMpgrcteimarfw   ywara ������ai awfes- !su:rov������_safia ,������������  vmhx* of |10 n������r *er������, lncIaOlns ������"������-������������-  tat������ and <o_watlo& of *t toast S  pig, 85J5.    G. l>)kvi.e. Canyon.  bSor������ rec������lvti_ Crown -Ghaut.  TOwn pr������-������znptor in occupation sot  l������ss than S yss~~s. a~~jl how n_d������ \~to-  portionrnt-a tnipxov������m������nta. lie may. 1m-  cauas of lll-naalfh, or o_.������r cauoo, ba  srant������d lnt*rm*dhua eerfttnoata of ������m-  provsoaant and tranaf������r his olaim.  R������oords wlthoftt *p<n*n������wnt nsl-  danos may ba isauadl,- provldad applicant mskea tmprenremonta to axteat af  $KH> par annum as-A raeortta ntm������ aatdi  -ya&r. Fallura to maka firngfovamawta  or record Aa-mo wIEt oparate ss tor-  faiture. Tltl* eannot fce obtained In  lasa than 5 yeajra. and tmprovemanta  of 410.00 per acra. Including- 6 acres  claared and cultivated* and realdanca  of at least 2 yeara are required, -m  Pre-emptor holding Crown Arrant  may raeord another pre-amptflon. if J~m  requires land In coiuunotlon with his  farm, without actual occupation, provided atatutory Improvements snada  and realdenoe maintained on Crown  crantad land.  tTnaurvayed areas, toot exeeedlna SO  acroa. may be leased aa hoxn������eitea;  title to ba obtained after fuinillns real-  dMttal and Imptovamamt condltiona.  For. sraslnf and industrial purposes  areas exceeding CIO acrea may "too  leased by one paracnt: or company.  Iflll, faotory or indoatrl������T alteo ca.  timber land not exoe������dlnc 40 aorea  may ba purohaeed: oonditlcma Include  pturment of atunvpam.  ^ Natural hay meadows Jnaeoeaalble  by eadatlxur made may ba. purchased  oondttlonaTupon oonatruotion _H m, road  to them. Rebate or one-half of ooat d  road, not exoeadlnv halt off purchase  price, la made,  PRH-BMPTOnC* prf_m~~ QHANT0  m ACT.  .The aoope of thia Aqft Ia enlarged to  bRoluda^E^rraM i^inrantf serv-  tffia within whlchiSe hairs or davUbaa  of n deoeased pre-empior may apply  for title under thia Aiot ta extended  from for one year-from the death of  suoh paraon* aa formerly, until one  year after the conclusion of the present  war. This -privilege la aJao-mada -9-  troactlve. ~  No fee* ,  due or payaL  emptlone recorded eurtar  Vaxaa are remlttad for  Provision for return  orued, due and been p*������m, ....^auiuii  4, 1914, on aoopunt off payments. ?������e������  or taxes on soldiers" pre-emptiomi.f-  Isnttcrcal ~~s~ uau'tSimtskmn-tm to purchase  town or oity lota held by members of  Allied Faroe*, or dependents, acquired  direct or Indirect, remitted from en-  liatment to March 81. 1010.  ,U..ru������..mSlo- cnow~  -provtelon made for tesunnee of  Crown nrants to ���������ub-purob^uiera of  Orown Lands. atMUlrtn* rlchts troth  pUrehaaers who failed ^ to coraplete  purchase, Involvlnw forfeiture, on ful-  VsOu-ms-H ~g oondiUoiua. -V purahaae, interest at������4 tiulee. where^Hub-purohaa-  ara do not olalm whol������ Of orUrinai par-  oel, purahaaa prloa due and taxee may  be dletrlbuted pronortfonately over  whole area. Appllaationa ran at be  made by May 1,1020.  an ax in a. ���������   -  astoff Aat, ,X9Xfa tw   aystamatio  lopment of Urestack Induetry pro-  ,������s for .Brmsirur dUKrlot* and  ranae  ntnlstratlon   under   Oommlae loner.  aual $pr~~~its~t n*rm.lte lamr-**  hf.s-a  EttumkMNre ������mn*ed: priority for eatab-  ea owners. fll took -o������vn*rH may  n Aaaooiatlona for rajtffo ra������������4*������������-  ���������m-ent, r������r������*, or pwrtflaBEy fne, pemiiCH  tar eattlem oampara or travelferw, up  Us tin head.  wnptlona are  jra On pre-  fune i������, low.  1-ve yeara.  money* ac_  ���������inoa JLuaruet  y^^������  s^^m  iUU^i6  tfUA^faije^ yrM| ������"Ff_ft  Efl diUb  No. 1  " "  Timothy Hay  per ton  $35.00  SPECIALS :  2 Son5re!s.Whgs!barrGw������  1 Hand Spray Pump  complete.  Special price on above for  immediate cash sale.  ",*'��������� -\\~*~.~mgt**%gme~    . I_���������5_ ' f%- *~m=i^.'  mmm riSHi biDWSFS  THE CRjBSTQy RBYXBW  Busy May Session  Board of Trade  Mt tiniite.  President C. G. Bennett had almost  a fall turnout of members for the May  meeting of Oreston Board of Trade on  Tuesday night, the session being almost entirely taken np with matters  i directly affecting local improvements.  Various matters dealing- with high  tf������e putting! of the old K.V. right-of-  way in shape for the auto rood to  connect with Porthiil and Bonners  Ferry, wiii be discussed, with the  minister 6f public works on the  occasion of his .expected visit here  within a month, the matters, being  left in the hands ofthe transpoitation  committee.  Snpt. Flett of the O.P.R.. ������t  Cran block, will be written to thanking him for restoring the fruit selling  privileges on the local station platform,  and members of the board heartily  endorsed a resolution thanking S. _.  Speers for moving the Scott block  back to conform with the ktreet line,  thereby greatly improving the appeal,  ance off Canyon street. TSie public  works engineer will be asked to  rebuild the sidewalk from the poafc.  office corner and extend it through to  Grand    Theatre.       The    beard    was  pleased   to    receive    ������   letter   from I  Canyon United Farmers thanking the  board's     select   committee   that   had  much to   do   with   solving   the   local  fruit selling problem this spring.  There was a letter from Mrs. G.  Gartwrightofthe Women's Institute  asking for help jn the direction of  having Memorial Avenue boulevard ed  and set out to trees. The board is  very much in accord with moves of  this sort and Messrs. C. B. Garland,  C. F. Hayes, and Major Mallandaine  ������ewaauitdto work in conjunction  with the Institute in this effort.  The membership of the board was  constituted a committee to visit  Kuskanook on Sunday to see what  could be done in the way of creating.a  bathing beach and doing any other  work that would tend to bring auto  tourists this way and possibly make a  few days' stay at that point. Thei  forestry department intend putting a  camp site in that locality this year.  Secretary Allan was instructed to  write Nelson Board of Trade asking  what assistance they are-prepared to.  render in case it is found Kuskanook  site can be improved.  Increased fire   protection   wae   discussed  at considerable length.   Major  Mallandaine reporting in detail on the  water   supply    and    the    equipment  already    available    in     the   business  section.    On motion a committee was  named with power to jiot only investigate water supply but   also   to   make  recommendations as to the equipment  and cost of same for a volunteer lire  brigade that would meet the present  needs of the   town.     The  committee  chosen   consists    of    Messrs.   Speers/  Crawford,   Frank    Staples.   Johnson,  Gibbs and Mallandaine.  These are  wonderful motoring  days���������weather���������  roads-scenery-everything  that __tke/ moSnlfSa.  tours111 ������Snvlf beSt    Fishlng triPs' Piemcs," weeir-e_d  STAPLES & PIERSON  ..Fo*  SA_B^Massey-_arris   orchard  disc. 16 discs, at cost.    S. A. Speers.  frJ?������^.SAI*E~^rwo cowrs< one milking;  Wbe other, a Jersey, about to freshen!  W. E. Searle; Oreston.   ^  ^Senator i>uiiiap and Ian San Strawberry _ hints, guaranteed free from  %~ffj*h   ~~~^ ^,^o������sand.     Monrad  66  "Z$i*% "'-'���������  MARSHALL NEIL AN presents  PENROD"  with FRECKLES BARRY  8 REELS to make YOU Young again  NlOTtCEl  Notice of^Adjournment of  t.     Court of-Revision    ^  #. *7**HclN0*i0B is hereby given  that it is the intention of the under  signed, during the sittings of the  Court of Revision Ior the Kaslo Elec-  h!,a^sfci'icfc t2 !,e he!a! at Ksslo or.  the 18th day of J tine. 1923, and after  heating such matters as may then and  there he broughtbefore the, said  Ctnu-t. to^adjourn the Sittings of the  said CWt of Revision to Tuesday, the  lflth. day of June. 1023. such adjourned  Sittings to he hoia at Oreston, in the  said Electoral District at the Proviri-  cia.Constable's,Office, it two o'clock  in the afternoon, for the purpose of  hearing air such further matters as  C������fV t      e        brought before the said  RONALD   HEWAT.  Registrar of Voters for the  Kaslo Electoral District  i Kaslo, B,0.������ May 15, 1823.  ���������J||| vuIijmj������$ gjj|jj Kflfflfir in  -      " ���������'���������'..' '"    M ' ' ^^^n ������;,  ���������   _   ��������� r* ���������    . y '  ������������������������������������    Every spring nature decorates the fields and forests with a new covering.  Take a tip from Nature and brighten up your home.  loom jn your home, at prices ranging from 85c, per dotfble roll up. y  oan toght^ft ^e4S,1,,em0ntS -*yOUr f0Om and wo wi������ *ow you how cheaply you   '  "   *-   ���������-   mtmmmm ^^BrV'S(r.gi      Jrligj^    h*  tm v WM BT.E ~y  Comprehensive Banking Service  ^SLfi^311 Pf^onal sa^igs aegnmt, to a volume  ^advice ccmcera^^^ __^S_^S  prompt and adequate. --��������������������������� -a  s������  MPER1AL   tt<^JNiC  C W. AIXAN,  C������ES1X>N BRANCHED  whateve^ it may be, wiii tie more  easily achieved if yo_ have created j? strong atty iii the shape of a  "^     * -���������"���������'      "������������������  -~~.-0.i~~~~0 00- -���������"���������*'      ..      -  ~Jf~.~<~-~~.-i%Sm  *%^������������ J mra.m.$z~j  Tl������~I  It gives courage fca present difficulties  a_d coafidesice for slie futurt.  No beginning is too small and   no  aini too high*  Open an account to-day. **������  THE^CANADIAH BANK  COMMERCE  PAmASP CAPITAL  RESERVE FUND:  ������15,004000  $15,000,009  CRESTON BRANCH. C <k B������n_e^ K������.^  Hot Air  Steam  and  Hot Water  Sheet Metal Work.    A good stock bf Pipe  and Pipe Fitting* on hand  E. W. RVCKMAN,--Creston  " 1  JM___M_h.~ mmm  m^ ���������  ttaMmfmrntf'    WtffiMff*     I  Ovrn Home  Get an early start on your house.    Build it durin_  the early months of Spring and enjoy it this Summed  for yS\?KPJwS? a c?mPlete.t 8^k ^good lumber  101 yon to pick from, and a retail department to hoi������  jrpu t-gum Just what it will cost you P  There never was a bet-feer time to build.  ~1%0~,  WM Q 0vk HMh U Jl jm~%t *^4i  yciiifUii  ma.mita*  fM~*  wWmELm m B  UlijT   LJJIUUBf  LlMilTCD  Oompany ���������$������������;������������������-���������������������������'  m$y  Mil:-  KK'L- '-}  Mz  IM-J)  yyy.  ill*  m  ���������^������������������RilSKES  lESS  r^zzpyiZim.  V  THE    REVIEW^-."^REST-dir,*" B.   C.  -^  Rl  ft \i -a. ii  n If * flMJ  E_  3  _B_n yuiis  IZPPZ?  :5^F_R*^  :���������_.���������*..- rV," ?."J  *,:s*  H EADACR^Blt raOSN ESS  OLD  -BY ~  \V1"LDER  ANTHONY  Canadian    RLshts   Ar ran red    With  Publishers.    F.   "D.   Goodchlld   Co..  26G  Kh_   St.   West,   Toronto.  ���������������������������-    (Coulimied)      ������������������-���������  " Father'"  ''What, are you awake, my dear?"  He tiled hard io make his tone  cheery and natural, as he stood up and  wrapped tlie bathrobe more closely  around him..  "I heard what you said to Ilace Moran."  Helen came into the room, with only  a dressing wrapper thrown, over her  thia nig-ht-dress, and dropped into a  chair. She seemed to ieel that her  statement of the fact was accusation  enough in itself, and waited for him  to answer.  "You shouldn't have listened.. Helen.  Moran and I were discussing private  "business matters, and I thought that  you were asleep.     It was not proper.  ,9  . . X  Her lips, which usually framed a  smile for him, curled disdainfully and  he winced in spite of himself. He  avoided the lie en appraisement of her  gaze, which seemed now to size him  up*, as though to probe his most secret thoughts, whereas before, she had  always accepted him. lovingly on faith.  ���������"Certainly, they were-not matters  that you would want an outsider to  hear," she said, in a hard "-voice, "but  I am very glad that I listened, father.  Glad"���������her voice brolte a little���������"even  though.^1 shall never "be a"ble to think  of you again as I    .    .    ."  He went to her and put his heavy-  hands, on her shoulders, which shrank  ; under. Ms touch.    Z  ".Now, don't say things that you'll  regret, Helen. You're the only girl I  have, and I'm the only father you  have, so we ought to make the best of  each other, oughtn't we, eh? You're  prone to hasty judgments. Don't let  them run away with you now."  "Don't touch me'"      He made way  for her as she got to-her feet. "Father"  ���������she tremblingly  faced him, leaning  for  support  against  a  corner of the  bureau���������"1 heard all  Mr. Moran.      1 don't  me what we've heen  Don't  I   know  that?  it?"  The Senator swallowed hard, touch  ed to the quick at thc sight of her suffering.  "You wan i   vno to  explain  it���������an ore  fully?"  "If you I'iiii. Can you?" ITer lips  Uv itched spasmodically. "1 want you  jo tell sno something: that will let me  continue :.o believe that you are���������that  Oh, you know what I  Rexhill blushed a deep  that you said to  want you to tell  to   each   other.  Haven't I  felt  you  as-*-* ���������  want v. say  PUTS HEALTH  AND VIM INTO   WOMEN  So Says Mrs. MacPherson oi  Lydia E. PitikhaniVVege-  table Compouna  Brant-ford, Ontario.-���������"I was always  1i.rnd find the leant exertion would nut  rne ciut for a day or two. f hael a  presRinp: pain on the top of Tny head,  vain in the nape o~ my neck, and when  stooped ovor I cowld not pet up -with- '  nut help, because of pain m my back.  I did not sleep we'll and; was nervous:  n**, thc team rtoino. I W'op hoiww*, but 1  ���������was such awrc!c*K that ~ could not sweepi  the floor nor wash th������������ diahcKwithoutly- !  ink down afterward:'.. A Iriond living  near mo told mo what I.ydiai K. l-'ink-  hnm'������Vo fret ablo <f 'orn pound had done for  hor .mi* f began to take if,. With Lhc tin-it  bottle. I felt briKhtf'r and got ro I nouhi  WfiNh diflhcM and ,swcr-p ���������without having  Co V.n down.,    I.rvler  f  beramo   rrfrular  -"'/'.f'.l'l    ' ���������*.    VI"    rr\rvrv-i,\y\tf   trf-rmfl.        f     hfl.Vft  tnkori t'!.r������ hottli'H all told and ixiti now  nil boMor. E < ;irt inily nay that ycaur  wonderful murlicinr; r-nnnot bo heater*  formatting lvalfh and vim imo a wn-  man.*'���������Mr**. .Iamkk. fl, W\i\rVitK~i'.-:'ju,  ii.'.'.. (.ir*-:-nwU:U .''it. Hrar.Tf orr!,, <)nt.  If yon anv wofF-crlng firarn rt dim pi'������<*'..-  ment. irreppjInritioH, bankar.'hf', or any  either Corm of ic.m.il.. w-oaknoaj write?  to ihr������ T.ydia K. Pmkhum Mtitiu-lrn-i 0������.���������  ri'l.     ft'       f-*iw,U'..  "Ail-  purple, despite his efforts at self-control. '"But what, can you say, father ;  what ean you say. alter what- I've  heard?";:/. '- ~    "���������  "You -mean as regards young Wade?  You know, I told you last night about  his attack on the Sheriff. You "know,  too"-���������the "blush faded as the Senator  caught his stride again���������"that I said  I meant to crush him. You even.  agreed with' me that he should he  taught a lesson."  "But you should fight fairly," Helen  retorted, with a quick breath of aggression. ��������� "Do you believe that he  killed Jensen? Of course you don't!  The mere idea of such a thing is absurd."  "Perhaps he planned it."  "Father!"'      The scorne iu her. tone  stung him like a whip-lash.      "Did he  plan the warrants, too?     The warrant  that hasn't been issued yet,: although  you are going to swear that it was issued yesterday.      Did he* plan that?"  Once in his political career, the Senator had  faced an   apparent  impasse  and had wormed out of it through tolerant laughter.      He had laughed so  long and so genially that the very naturalness of his artifice had won  the  | day for him.      Men thought that'if he  | had had a guilty conscience, he could  j not   have   seemed   so   carefree.       He  ] tried    the    same    trick now with his  i daughter;   hut it  was  a frightful attempt and he gave it up when he saw  its 31.1-success.  "See here, Helen," he burst out, "it  is ridiculous that you should arraign  me in this way. It is true that no  warrant was out yesterday for Wade,  but it is also true that ihe Sheriff intended to issue one, and it was only  ihrough my influence that the warrant  was not issued. Since then Wade,  besides insulting me, lias proved himself a law-breaker. I have nothing  to do with the consequences of his actions, which rest entirely with him.  You have overheard something that  you. were not intended to hear, and as  is usually the* case, have drawn wrong  conchifisions. The best thing you can  do now is to try to forget what you  have heard and leave the matter in  my hands, where it belongs."  He had spoken dominantly and expected her to yield to his will. He  was totally unprepared, well as he  knew her spirit, for what followed.  She   faced  him with glowirig eye's  and   her  trembling  lips   straightened  into a thin, firm line of determination.  He wras her father, and she had always  loved him for what she had felt to be  his worth*  she had    given    him    the  chance   to   explain,   and   he  had   not]  availed himself of it-  he was content  to  remain  convicted  in her  eyes,  or  else, which was more likely, he could  not clear himself.      She realized now  that,    despite   what    she had said in  pique, only the night before, she really  loved Wade, and he, at least, had done  nothing, except free a friend, who, like  himself, was unjustly  accused.      She  could not condemn him for that, any  more    than    she    could    forget    her  father's duplicity.  "I.- won't forget it!" she cried.*" "If  necessary, I will go to Gordon and tell  him what you've done. I'll tell Jt to  every one in Crawling Water, if you  force me to. I don't want to because,  just think what that would mean to  you! But you shall not sacrifice Gordon. Yes, I mean it���������I'll saeriuce  you first 1"  "Don't taile so loud," the Senator  warned her anxiously, going a little  white. "Don't he a fool, Helen. Why,  it was only a few hours ago that you  said Wade should he punished." * ,  She laughed hysterically.  "That was only because I wanted to  get. him away from this awful little  town. 1 thought that if he were���������  punished���������a little, ~if he was made a  laughing stock, he might be ashamed,  and not. want to stay here, Now, I  see that 1 was wrong. I don't blame  him for fighting with every weapon  he can find.     I hope he wins!"  "Rexhill, who had been really frightened at her hysterical threat of exposure, and assailed hy 31; in his pride  as well, fell his feat* begin to leave  him und his confidence in himself ve-'  turn. In fhe next minute or two, ho  thought rapidly'and to considerable  purpose, lii tho past ho had resolutely refused to use his child in any way  t.o further hla own ends, but the present, occasion was an emergency, and  major surgery is often demand ml in  a crisis, If sho wore willing, as she  said, to HacriflCfl him, he felt that he  might pvoporlv mi die use of hei* anil  hor moods to snvo l-.imsbll' and her as  well. Ho realized that il' sho were  I.o shout abroad through Crawling  Will or the oonvornnlion thnt, hud passed hoi vveen hi in. and Moran. tho likelihood of oithor of tho two men gnt-  Jing out, of the country alive would ho  *-.\:ti'<>m(!ly remote;,  "rfo that was il, oh? And I com-  plIiOH'nUMt you upon your j;ood sniise!"  lli:-*   hiugh   was less of jm  PlTorl. now,  the point; we can!i'.' Rut even iC.he ���������  should be convicted, 1 shouldn't want  to see him hung. Why, we've been  good friends, all of us. 1--I like him,  even though- he did *.tump on to me  yesterday. That was. why "���������he leaned forward, impelled to the falsehood  that hung upon his tongue h_ the desperate necessity of saving himself his  daughter's lore and respect���������"I arranged with Moran to have the boy  arrested on 'such a warrant. He is  bound.to be arrested"���������Rexhill struck  the table *-'w|th* his fist���������"and if he  should need a basis for an appear after conviction, he could hardly have  a better one than the evidence of con-  spiracy, which a crooked warrant  would afford. I wanted to give him  that chance because I realized that he  had enemies here and that his trial  might not be a fair one. When the  right moment came 1 was going-to  have that warrant looked Into." -  "Father!"  Helen dropped on.her knees before  him, her eyelashes moist with. tears  and her voice vibrant with happiness.  "Why didn't you explain all that before ;Father? I knew that there must  he some explanation. 1 felt that I  couldn't have loved you alL my life i'or  nothing. But do you-really believe  that any jury would convict Gordon* of  such a thing?"  "I hope not."  Never had Senator Rexhill felt/himself more hopelessly a scoundrel than  now as he smoothed her hair from her  forehead; but he told himself that the  pain of this must be less than to be  engulfed in bankruptcy, or exposure,  which would submerge them, all. Moreover, he promised himself that if future events bore too heavily against  Wade, he should be saved at the  eleventh hour. The thought ot" this  made the Senator's position less hard.  "I hope not, Helen," he repeated.  "Of course, the serving of the warrant  at this time wiU help my own interests, but since* a warrant must be  served, anyway, I feel justified, xtnder  the circumstances, in availing myself  of this advantage."  "Y-e-s, of course," Helen agreed  doubtfully. "Oh, it is all too bad. : I  wish none of us had ever heard of  Crawling Water."  "Well, maybe the Grand Jury will  hot indict him, feeling runs so strong  here," her father continued, and she  took fresh hope at this prospect. "But,  anyway,-he wiii feel the pressure before all is done with, and very likely  he'll be only too "glad to dispose of his  ranch and say good-by to Wyoming  when he is free to do as he pleases.  Then you and he can make a fresh  start, eh? All will be sunshine and  roses then, maybe, forever and aye."  "That's what I want to do���������getaway  from liere; and that was all I_meant  wXen I said to .punish Gordon."  The Senator patted her cheek tenderly and drew a deep breatli of relief.  "By the way, father," Helen said  casually, when she started hack io her  room, a little later, "I saw Miss Purnell on the street yesterday. You  know, she was out when Gordon took  me to see her."  "Well, is she dangerous?"  Helen looked at him in amusement,  and shrugged her shoulders.  CTo be continued]  Corns Between the Toes  PaiiTiessIy Removed  -A real, sure, dependable remedy  that has been lifting out corns for the  past fifty years will surely lift yours  out. Putnam's Corn Extractor Ss the  old reliable corn remedy���������it stands  the test ot time and never fails, 25c  everywhere.  Penitentiary Walls  Walls Surrounding  Prisons Are   Used  For a Double Purpose  Grey walls which surround penitentiaries are not solely for the purpose  of keeping Inmates from escaping, but  to keep persons from, interfering with  prison welfare by smuggling revolvers,  whisky and other undesirable goods  to prisoners, said Brig.-Gen. St. Pierre  Hughes, Superintendent of Canadian  penitentiaries, in an address upon the  Canadian penitentiary system .at Ottawa recently.  Ge'neral Hughes gave a very interesting address on the improvements  which had been made in ,the peniten-  tiaris in recent years and explained  fully the procedure which is followed  from the time a prisoner is admitted  until he receives his discharge.  Making Headway  We in Britain have to our credit the  facts that we were the first country to  balance our budget, the first to reduce*'  taxation, the first to meet an external  debt, and the first to suggest scaling  down the  sums l still  owing to us.������������������  N  ~XOU   BT6   But  expertment-  (Ing when  you use "Dr.  Chase's Olnt-  TOcnt for Eczoma and Skin Irritations, It relieves at once and gradually heals the skin. Sample "box Dr.  Chase's Ointment free H you mention Oils  paper and send 2c.stamp for postage. 60c. a  box; aU dealers or *S<'man������ott( Bates & Co.,  limited, Toronto.  To Asthma Sufferers. Dr. 3. D.  Kellogg's Asthma Remedy comes like  a helping hand to a sinking swimmer.  It gives new life and hope**���������something  he has come to believe impossible. Its  benefit is too evident to be questioned  -���������*--it is its own best argument���������its own  best advertisement. If you suffer  from asthma get this time-tried  remedy and find help like thousands  of others.  Countir.7"  Grazing  Leases  It has been decided to grant grazing leases of vacant Dominion lands  unfit for agricultural purposes In thc  provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan  and Alberta, and which are encumbered by send grain and relief indebtedness, on tho condition that the lease  will contain, a clause to the effect that  it may be cancelled 911 one year's notice. Tho applicant', however; 3s given the option of paying the indebtedness and obtaining a lease without  (his cancellation clause. Fonnerly  applicants wero rerjulrccl to pay the  Snd'mLeiliK'.ssj. before obtaining lons-os.  The average dally consumption of  milk for every man, woman and child  in the TJ.S., is seven-tenths of a pint,  according to Federal statistics, an increase of 17 per cent, in a decade.  j-M-epared under  thexuost ,  careful conditions  to make it safe  and keep its  richness  St. CHARLES MILK  Free Recipe Book���������  Write thc Borden Co.  Limited.   Montreal.  doesn't  lid   Hum'-  mud w<"n  "Wr  ilS    h  dowsn  iy."  She   ,*i.'i>i������li(  '���������III*       *.*. 4< III 14 11  jh*u t.ii'f. n  ��������������������������� nil 'ii*- v. -,i  I*-if 1   1 -"--i '������������������, 1  r\c;w E.iini*,<''l.  '"i'i'i  1 (-ll   ni'*  \\>IJ,  I   ii;:il;ill\  ltf������J 111/  *.*i������  no v..  ������i:t',   <'������'  ������-i HMlilr������s'  I    .**,i|lj   llU-Ult   ������\,  ll������   U 11 III    I  I Ol'    *,IIH'    M  1  hold good now as-well  1       <I..<mu������\  >ny  deal*,  fill  Hiri-'sh 1 hSs. out. qulof-  Mi-i*  head  blubbo-mly, bul.  Jn   lit-.'   jon|nmilc(l   fo  the  *T>nMi1eiif'M   Sn   his   vo]*c<\  1 I'd t'-.iwvl.- t'nv whal he  unn'-i nl 1 Inn Hm- inlnhl  hIIU  It has Many QuatStleB.���������The man  who possesses a bottle of Dr*. Thomas1  ���������Rclec-Irln Oil Is armed against many  ills. It will relieve a cough, break, a  cold, prevent pore throat; it, will reduce the swelling from a sprain, re-  Hove thn most poTBlBtont. ttoren -and  ���������will npoptfily heal cuts amd contusEons.  It is 11 medlcIriR chest in itself.  LINLESS you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you  are not geiting Aspirin at all  ii.*i>i   I  imir.t   Ih'Ait  lo li fill I  thai   w*)������y.  ���������sVll-S'U    I    H|lOl(l'   VI  SVinU  Jhu  .*Hi,*lH (.',���������    ������ riit,,i  nm'ia   Private  Tex f- l-too  ������������������"-"������������������OK  ttieiitfl Peculiar to Women.'  in ft],  u po n  1.1 m:  in*'"  <J.  :  ioi  rulll  I Lln I  U-'i-l 11 I  ilm.*-,  Il.l..  a k  ihm  'li:.(  1   ,  U'  -V  I Mi.  "f  i*"l.       U j,������  Mill', I    II*  ������hw'ti.di*u'  I HO'I.  111. 11  lh:i������  Hu  ll du  tin'  ,1'lic  lllll',  I'm  'i.l 01"  *. I m-r-iint. ifi and  I ImH i! m-t- 11 m 11 :j;  bln|i|HMi   tin  liliku;  Wtin1   1o sw-e III uu  .HKHIllM',    even   iff  ���������yyl'J'y."  JS(*r <���������*���������> f\>i Ui;ht-  li'*:"!-nn "lllll.  Itf  il l)H*',  i!li**ti'i:'u 1IO  Jury  vUll  (Itf'f-lita  ZecbrucHje. New Aviation Centres  ZoebniRKi', BdlgUun.���������This lown Is  lobe-conic a groat aviation centre with  sl)0|ni for tho conf*;truction of weaplnnrs  for i'ni>ld tram-* port ation sporting m������-  chincK and uioderal-Rly-pt'lood "aerial  taxt-cjibii," Iwo ist whirl) ivlll Hy hn-  ' sv<:������.'ii Jf������-iiii;iiiii/ ami "-'"nf.; I a ml,  The low ci also will he the chloT ha ho  .csv nubninrltH'H nm| seaplnnt>n for  C!f))i������l. On feline.  tsSJL *MM$iijfo~*Bo* y0u c*" ���������������*������'������������������������������>������������ ���������  %r9������ ������>^3&jg^(ei*i������jleaM"liyC������i������ilIil������Bi  BIBB -tl wMfi* "���������V-*1"' '~*-~tii'it,x.~ lis,- Zix...!*..".,,  Mit9Tfw^et.C^aMr'Ct������*r ~m������ ll������������EW������y..  u ~t   -w rtte ^r B*<-c������' $J������* Cm* ������oo!e.  m.-. tn Biwtrti��������� 0 EMiOlle lu������rf.Cfclc������������*  ffVcccpl only an "im_rokcn ptickn^c" ^of "B'aycr Tablets of  fVsjvirin," which contains directions aftd dose worked out "by  physicians during: 22 ycars aud proved safe hy millions for  Colds  Toothache  Earache  Ilamlj  Headache Rheumatism  - Neuralgia Neuritis  Lumbago -Pain, Pain  of 12 InblH-*���������Also IwttleB o~ "2-1 ttfnl 100���������BnifiBtRlB.  SJ        ~0~tj,  t,n,nrnr\<\.,\.r **t HttUvyllvai'M. WUIln It in w*>������ Known *tuU Ail Irln ������"������������>" ,������������������BV^  ������������������flnni.ru.'t.ir*-, tt. on������I*i thn iml.no (iK.ar.iH {������ult**.t������onp. m������, 'nW"!' "���������)' ������������������m company  Mill  tic ���������timiKib'tl witli   lliclif Ktni'Biil  truflu inntlr, inn    n������s������*������  timi,  iMMiiiiiiiiilMi  m  Hi  WMMMMW  - *P-JiV������^**WjMIIUWi<iiiiw������W ~n  mmm  wmm  4t*4*i04~-ai#*wm*f>*. "nMW **+* t~~*������i~m.*i. b  mmmmt zm  THE;Y'BE^ B.     C.  ���������    ,  "  "-' "' ji,.**,'/ ,i   '���������" ': ���������'��������� 7'7 '.    ', "   -",'   . ' ii *n .    *��������� : ���������   -     ' '���������*7fi ,���������,  v--'  '/  11  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  RK3H IN  VITAMINES  MADE! IN CANADA  Th������  importance  of  Vitamines in food is  foeingL* recognized ai  tKe  present time  to a  k-greater ������xie_t than, ever  rn'? . :������������������������������������    jl ���������  before. It S>������"is Been con-'  clusively demonstrated  that yeast is rich in. this  all important element.  Many people have received great benefit  physically simply by tak-  one,  two  or  , Madame Fet'dinand Bry-ndza, 10., sister of former Premier Clemen cea-u, is  dead; at Pails.  ; The war damage an the devastated  region of France'is fixed, at 85,750,000,-  ; 000  francs in the revised figures announced by the Minister ot "Liberated  -itegiohs.  ,':.*. .'A severe earthquake -was recorded  oil the seismograph at the "Victoria  observatory on March 2\: The record  lasted, about three hours and was estimated'at a point probably in the  Southeast Pacific region of Chile.  The United States legation;has verbally notified the Greek Government  tliat it reserves the right to protest  against application of a recent law  providing for additional taxation Ot  foreign joint stock companies.  Two reserve officers of the "United  States Army Air Service were burned to death at Fort Bliss, Texas, when  their De Havilan plane, in which they  were making a practiceflight, crashed  to the ground in full view <a������ hundreds  of spectators.  A further addition of 2,500,000 bushels to the grain, storage capacity of  Port Arthur elevators is provided for  in an addition to the Saskatchewan  Co-opei4tiive Elevator Company's  plant. This will give the Saskatchewan elevator a total capacity of S,000,-  000,bushels.  Ex-Emperor's   Horse   Sold  ^eaksChtstGAds  Whenever yeni feel that  tightening in the chest, that  deepTseated irritation that  is the sure, forerunner of a  chest cold���������       "  Apply Sloan's, to chest and  neck. It breaks up the congestion and. brings instant  relief. The penetrating-  warmth of the liniment restores normal circulation  and  reduces  inflammation.  Don't let.your chest cold  develop. Wherever congestion causes' pain -use Sloan's.  A fade iii Canada  Sloanfe liniment-&/& jfcrin/  For rheumatism, bruises,strains.cbest colds  Hungarian- Royalty Too Poor to Keep  Court' Stables  In consequence of public economics,  the horses a.t tlie former court stables  in Vienna have to go.  /The white horse iisecl^by the ex-  Emperor Karl at* the Budapest coronation 3e4 a very quiet life there, being  now seventeen years of age. During  recent years it. has had nothing to do"  exbept to appear occasionaly at tha  state opera, where*it was* a favorite,  . owing''to its mild, gentle temper, esv  pecially as Grane, in Wagner's c'Dus"k.  of the <3ods," in which role it always  behaved-with ailmirable patience, despite the flames and the collapse of  "Valhalla at the close.  A Magyar count heard of its pending    dismissal,    and,    feeling'   afraid  that    the    faithful coronation animaf  might   become    the    prey    oE    some  butcher,    desired    to    acquire    Jt    in  order to shoot it with all the solemnity  .due to such an historic creature. But  he found the price prohibitive, and in  his stead the Hungarian Government  bought    the    animal,    which has just  been dispatched to  the Magyar capital, where it will be allowed to finish  its days in peace. ?  !  Value of Hudson Bay Cruise  Announced that Saskatchewan is Unlikely to be Represented on Trip  Saskatchewan is unlikely to be represented on the proposed cruise  through' the Hudson Bay to be organized ������������������ by the/Federal Government in  August next, according, to the present  intentions oL* the* Saskatchewan Got-  erament, as announced by Premier  Dunning in the legislature. He j.n-  timated ah overland trip "on the Hudson Bay Railway which some western  provinces contemplated 'organizing in  1&23, would have more practical value  than the proposed cruise through the  Straits. ' ,    ...      ���������  Premier Dunning  said   some of*-the  westei-n provinces had    in- mind    organizing an overland trip  to the : bay  .over the Hudson Bay "Railway during  -1923.      ITe  believed that would have  ;more practical valine    than    a    cruise  through the  Straits.      The r^sulLs of  such a trip might be very valuable in  the event of a controversy arising as  to the suitability ol' one v~yother of  -������������������the two ports.     Tbe Government had  been assurred  by high maritime   authorities that  the    trip    through    the  Straits in August avouUI prove nothing,  and that the passengers would not bc  able to see anything that would determine 'the praetlbUHy of the route or  otherwise.  "However," he ridded, "(here is still  time to change our minds if wc shonid  later consider 31. advisable to have tlie  province represented on, that occasion."  MRS. ROSE  -*.**-���������"  Pulp Mill For Manitoba  The erection of a pulp and paper  mill at Fort Alexander, about 70 miles  from Winnipeg, will be started this  spring by J. D. McArthur & Co., "Ltd.,  according to information received in  Winnipeg. The scheme also provides  for the construction of a railroad 20  miles from Beaconia to Fort Alexander, and the total expenditure will  amount to ?3,&00JOOO. Tlie plant,  A Tonic Medicine a Necessity at- This] "which will have a capacity of 120 tons  PR1NG IMPURITIES  DUE TO POOR BLOOD  Do Large Breaths Hurt ?  Is Your Chest Wheezy?  Season  Dr. "Williams' Pink Pills are an all-  year-round    tonic    for ihe blood and  nerves.     But they are especially valuable in the spring when the system is  loaded with impurities as a result of  the indoor life ..of the winter months.  There is no other   season   when   the  blood is so "much in need of purifying  and enriching, and every dose of these  pills helps to enrich the blood.    In the  spring one feels weak and tired���������Dr.  Williams' Pink "Bills give strength.   In  the spring the appetite is often poor���������  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills   develop   the  appetite,    tone    the    stomach, and aid  weak.digestion.      It is in. the spring  that poisons in the blood find' an outlet  in   disfiguring   pimples,   eruptions  and boils���������Dr. Williams'    Pink    Pills  clear the skin because they go to the  root of "the trouble in tlie blood.      In  the  spring  anaemia, rheumatism,  indigestion, neuralgia and   many   other  troubles  are most persistant because  of poor, weak blood, and it Is at this*  time when all nature takes on new life  that  the  blood   most  seriously  needs  attention.      Some  people dose themselves with purgatives at this season,  but these  only further weaken themselves.      A purgative  merely  gallops  through    the    system,    emptying   the  bowels, but does not help  the  blooa.  On the other hand, Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills  enrich the blood which reaches  every  nerve  and  every organ  in  the  body bringing new strength and vigor  to weak, easily tired men, women and  children.      Try    Dr.    Williams'    Pink  Pills this spring���������they will not disappoint yon,  Sold by all medicine dealers or sent  by mail at r>0 cents-a box by The Dr.  Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont.  a   day   is   expected  within two years.  to   be   completed  Proper treatment is a vigorous rubbing oi the chest, neck and sore side  with good old Nerviline. <This wonderful liniment sanies into the tissues  where the���������pain is seated and give's instant relief. That catch disappears,  all sense of soreness goes quickly.  Just try Nerviline for chest tightness,  coughs, colds and soreness. It's a  wonderful liniment, saves the whole  family from numerous minor ills and  should be in every home. Large bottles, 35c, at all dealers. ,  Kn~~. >i-inr_v_ri ttw  buix* isuh va vu ��������� vi  DEMGHTED OVER  (PCKRSCaVE^  Mrs.    Nellie    Moflard   Gains    Weight,  Nerves Steady and Other Troubles  Gone Since Takina Tanlac  "T_ree "bottles of Tanlac did me a  w$rld of good, and I certainly think it  is a fine medieEae," declared Sirs. Ne!~  lie MoilarcE; 1424 Wascana Ave., Regina, Sask. *  "For" several months before I got  SSTaiilae I was simply run-down al! over  and became dreadfully nervous. I  had absolutely no appetite, weighed  only a hundred and. nine pounds. I  was so unstrung the least little thing  upset me terribly and I was so weak  I couldn't even do my housework.  -"A .-neighbor advised me to try Tanlac, so I started on the medicine and  now 1 have a splendid appetite, relish.  what I eat; ana feel fine. That t_ed,  run-down condition is _ all gone, and I  have gained considerable in weight.  I can recommend Tanlac highly."  Tanlac is for sale by all good druggists.      Over 35-million. bottles sold.  Ancient Shield Discovered  Carries L-iken-ess of Christopher  Columbus and   Date  "1492"  An ancient shield, dating back to  the" discovery of America by Columbus, was found recently by men* excavating at Marysville, Ont. It bears a  replica of the St. Maria, one of th������  discoverer's barques, and carried a  likeness of Columbus and some kneeling Indians.  On it is engraved, the word "Columbus" and "St. "Maria," and at the base  are the figures "14&2."  This shield is being sent to the  Queen's historical authorities.  Aioeria  T*   rui  n������_A ~~  Then Mde.  Twenty-Five Years  Arbour used Dodd's Kidney  Pills  Quebec     Lady     who     Suffered     from  Bright's   ��������� Disease,      Diabetes     and  Dropsy Restored to Good Health by  Using Dodd's Kidney Pills.  White Head Percey Que.���������(Special).  ������������������"For twenty=live years I* have suffered from various forme .of kidney  disease which includes Bright's Disease, Diabetes 'and Dropsy. T had  pains in my back and was always tired and nervous. At times I found it  difficult to collect my thoughts and I  had sharp pains on the top of my  head."  "I took iiCteen boxes of Dodd's Kidney Pills and they have done me a lot  o������ good. I am now enjoying good  health."  Madame Francois Arbour, who lives  here, makes the above statement. All  over Canada, Dodd's Kidney Pills are  recognized as suffering women's best  friend. They act directly on the kidneys, making them, strong and healthy.  Diseased kidneys are the cajase of  nine-tenths of all the ills women are  heir to. Sound kidneys mean pure  blood.   Pure blood means good health.  Weak, nervous, run-down women  should ask their neighbors about  Dodd's Kidney Pills.  Hope   to   Secure  Satisfactory   Freight  Rate to Make Plan Possible  The Ontario Government is investigating   the   feasibility   of  getting the  coal supply for this province from Alberta.     Hon. Howard Ferguson, in the  Legislature, got this information from  Premier Drury  when  he,; asked  what  was    being    done    to prevent a coal  shortage    next    winter   like the one  which had caused sovmuch misery this  year.*:  .**- "For some weeks this Government  has been in communication with the  Government of Alberta regarding  coal," said Premier Drury. "We have  arranged to get a few cars down to  test its fuel value. We are hoping  that we can get a freight rate on the  National Railways that will make  the transportation of large supplies  of coal Eeasible. After studying the  situation, I. have more faith in a solution, of the difficult problem by bringing In Alberta coal than I have in  either the development of peat or the  importation of eastern coal, at least  Cor this year."  Ttiars way  ������������iifre  To3?onto Woman Advises  Toronto. Ont,���������"nurlna mil my years  of wifehood und motherhood .I Iwvo bad  such groat eowrtnrr- from 1*1 m .i.u of  Dr. rioroe's Favorl u������ I'rn.-criptlou -tluiti  X do not hesitate U> two in mo ml It to  other women who* need (strnmjt.h nn<l  liolp dnrliiff evpei'taiiry, ' Fnvnritn Proscription* relfcivtol mo ol *qU ii*iusoa4  or -sink stomtudu nnd kept ton well ami  strom?, I ������ook thl< .spl<*-n������Hi[ toiik! -imJ  nervine d uri iir ouo.h of my ronr ������������\'iwct-  nnl. periods mid I fool ������jull.o Hurt; that my  b;iliii������������������> warn jajsl. as *L,>r������-a5lc 1.i*nrhti*il *.;.*.  I mvsolf. for 1*1 iov worn plump nnd  orco'cdinjiily healthy fr������������������u iln������* tivs*.  moment.*"������������������"Mrs. Hosa P*-eter**\ No. *-!"7  "fcsacUvllle ���������"���������Hi'-eot.  Health is most Import.nnfc to every  woman. You ciinnot. ulTiR'd to rit-u\r>c.t  It when your unlpflihorh������wli JniprRlst j-im  supply yau with I'-ivorUo Frc^crlptloi),  in tablpts or llqnKl. ThN Pro^-nptioii  let* tundo I in IH\ IMoivn"--*. l.(.uliornu������rv in  ItrldKebura, Oiiit. Send IU ccuUi thoro  if you .vi-h a* trial :!:cdLLis:o.  IU.  Silos in Western Canada  Approximately three hundred silos  were sold in Western Canada Inst  year, according to figures compiled by  tlio Nor-West Furmer from reports  received I'rom manufacturers and dls-  li'ibut-oivs, in addition a large number, of home-matlo, silos were erected,  bringing 1he to I til up. to, between 000  and '1.000. It Is osttmated that nji-  pro.-vlmaUily double that mapil-ier will  Im  pivetod during I92S.  A Corrector of Putmonary Troubles.  ���������Many lestimonluls could be presented showing the great efficacy of Dr.  ThnmiiH* 'Mclee-tri-cn Oil in correcting  disorders of the respiratory procoases,  but Ihe best testimonial 3������ experience  and Ihe fill is recommended lo nil who  sniffer from the ho -disorders with the  cerluinly Ihat ihey will find veUel', It  ���������will allay inllatmnalltm hi Ibe bron-  <'hli-il tuben,  Fully   2  workmen  lighting.  pet*  cent, of  accidents  to  are    due    to    insufficient  ���������Oat oi Sorts��������� Have No Appetite  Your Liver Is Siaooisb  CARTERS "LITTLE LIVER  PILLS  will help put you right .^A^  '' and give.; na-:-=*.   ture a chance "^  to -renew your  health.     Correct  the   irn--  mediate effects of constipation, relieva  biliousness, indigestion and sick headache.  Small Pill���������Small Dose���������Small Price  INVENTORS  Manufacturers always consider good Inventions. Fortunes are -made from New*  ideas to suit modern times. Send for  Free List of Ideas and circulars.  THE RAMSAY COMPANY  Patent Attorney!  273 BANK STREET  ,*-*,   OTTAWA. ONT.  r~~  Minard's Liniment for Neuralgia  Hall's Catarrh Medicine  Q-Jioso who nm In n "win clown" con-  dlLIon will notice tluit Catarrh bothers  them much morn thnn whon thoy.nro In  good hctnlt.li. Thia fttct proves that  while* Oitarrtt I* n loctl clfscafio, lt la  urcnlly Inllnnncptl by conRl.itntlonnl conditions. llAl.t/S C ATA UIUL MFiDI-  CINK Ih n Tonic nnd (*c<������ Lhi'OUKh tho  blood upon the irmcouH ������ui*ruco.s oC tha  body, tluia reducing tho Inttnnin-iallon ������n<l  c\H������lHilri������f Nature In roatorluu normal conditions,  All  DHJtfjilsfcN,      *f-|i'ciilni'������ frco.  F, J. Choney ���������& Co,, Toledo. Ohio.  Surplus Wheat In West  Grain exchange siuLhoritles assert  there arc still not less Ihiin 72,000,000  bushels of wheat scattered over the  -west that must go to Edgland either  hy the Vancouver route or the eastern  channels. This flfftu'e takes into account some 75.000,000 hushels hi the  west tliat must be utilized Cor domes-  Heated seed and flour*"  __ MONEY ORDERS~   When  ordering  goods  l>y   jTiiil," send  a  l>o-  miivion  "ISsprcsa   Monty   Orrfer.      ^_   PURE    WOOL  iully  carded  I5A.TTS, BEAUTI-  and fluffy, entirely  free from oil or grease. "Large samples, enough for comforter. J1.00.���������  Woolen Mllla, GeorgetOTV-n, Ont.  Probably l.hero 3a nothing 1n the  world that ptveH a man Lhat lireirroel-  InR <inio1?er than to havoi another man  nay, "Why don'l. you do as I do?"  Canada's M������at Trad*  (.'anuda oxiioi'led in on I.s and aillled  producls to tho value uL' fpLO.SaS.OOO.  lc*;i.U-ir, a J'n h 'oirali]*** Imlnturt.. <->[ $20,-  lST.^on, iif-fordlnR lo* a Hliif.(.*i:nont Issued hy the J"KnuJnlon TJureau of J>taL-  IkII^k, :it is expected thn I. HhlpmentH  to I hi- Unlifld KliiKdom in "lfl3fl will  .show a subs! nut In 1 Inoreatie over thocio  ol MM'.), In view of Lho Uflln-f; -of tlio  c-mluirgo *nn t'tinjidlnn. caltln by the  1!rll ish Government  Minard's Liniment for Burns. ���������& Scalds  JJut it doeni:i.'t.i'aln yery Third on th-e  uuju.sl, li ha iu j'0 01'jl.ljjg under a 'dolorm  umbrella.  Tltere Is nothing repulsive In Miller's Worm Powders, and they are as  pleasant to take as sugar, so that few  children will refuse them. In some  wises they cause vomiting ihroufih  their ncllon in an unsound s1 rtnuich.  but this is only a nuuiiTestatum of  their cleansing power, no Indication  that Ihey are hurtful. They can be  thoroughly depended-xuion. to .clear  worms  from  lli������ system,  1 Pimples   Disappear 7  ' i  i  i  a  i  i  Ui  "You don't need mercury, potash  or any other strong roineral to  cure pimple* cau*ed by poor  blood. Take Extract of Roots���������  drugffisls call it "Mother Seigel's  Curative Syrup���������and your skirt will  c"l<sar up as fresh as a baby's. It  wil] sweeten your stomach and  regulate your bowels," Get tho  genuine. 50c. and $ 1,00 Bottles.  At drug stores. 6  mx%  Where United States Fall������d  We know how many of the potitl-  elnn.s I'-oel .nbout Aniorlr.'n'.s pin? Jn-j-f a  nel^hbor'ti part In tlie suit -jilipht in  which Kurojie Sh left aflet* the war.  Wo umloi'took to do n nobh1" tlslnir.  Nobly ",vr* hrf'iin U, rtnil I!:kn di*:iri*']  out. nnd played the (-uic- nnd .si'lfisli  ffame. If we bellcvtul lhe whoUfc ������>m:-  try felt an- the pollllrluiiH do v.<i t-houht  be a.sharned ol" our coimtry. The nation, like lb* Individual ihiiL will  hiivo Jin life, will I.).-**. it.      We are al-  reiidy    losing    oiuu- iauult    Animaln,  lloHlon.  Minard's Liniment if or Rheumatism  For1  all ike  Sll������in������. tpralnt and p������in������,  av~rw-i~~t~ vnuicle*.  a  twin e**-1������Heu na������tUm  ���������tt at IJum ������*n������wef  ��������� I once to* K*m-  Treatment.  !Kenituir������ p*cno1if*������  l*������ rig:hI to i-t-  ~~4t*tm  tptsl ��������� *oothe������.    ei   '  an������t h***������l������.  A������.k yout -ituue'itt iov ��������� bottle lod~r  SS4J0-    WHtttt     Hi gj     Q^lV      Mm^       m\ ~1 ~r    Vmtmt.  Df-%.   Ea   R^B   t~t~w   S'^i   mmm  mm        mttP  SPAVIN  Tt^mi^^   aaiamS    S4A    MHBMI  IBMft iBBL    tSftttt    Wmx tat  '^Hir'.  j^^B   KT   vol      H     D^Jl*S    mms     Hull     m  ���������s^'f^'t^ii ^J^rsi^ 'rB-^!*i'jrjj''������i ���������aj^'-*.^;-?"iiv^^*^-J^������,'-4y^s������^^^ gfe_s I'tf^*^*^.*^^'*?"?"^^ y*-*yW&^V^^���������^J>niKi',^F ^jv ^| *;-������*���������  1(5^': ���������������  m-p-  X_T_  i  Shoe Repairs  I have now opened the  store   in   the   Postoffice  Block and am competent  and ready to do all kinds  of leather repairs,  LINES, HARNESS and  HARNESS PAR TS  turned oat on short notice  See me for low quotations  on new Harness for  Spring.  FRED BENHAM  Established 1915 m tbe Firing Lite  GRESTON  BAKERY  and  TEA ROOM  Moir and Neilson  Chocolates  Fruits in Season  Bread, Cakes  THE  CRESTON  REYIEW  Serf  J  SATURDAY and  MONDAY SPECIAL  ���������pecials  Ramsay s Sodas  25c. pkg.  Ginger Snaps  20c. lb.  Dominion Brand  Macaroni  in 1-lb, packages  3 for SOc.  These three items are samples of  the values we. oETer in alJ departments   off fche store every  business day of the year.    It  prays to deal at a cixmh Btore.  ?���������������������'   SfiflTUPGC   Lo������.r  S-tsrviutJ  ������~f~~%0������tvtm~it~%0   rnegg  Mag-oon strawberry plants, $2a sack.  J. Arrowsmith. Creston.  G. M. Argue was  a business visitor  at Cranbrook on Wednesday.  For Saije���������-Tomato, and Pepper  plants.    W. Gobbett,. Creston.  Manager Allan of the Imperial Bank  was a business visitor at Nelson over  the week end.  Eon. _idgate was a business visitor  at Cranbrook a couple of days the fore  part of the week.  For Sale���������Extension dining table.  S8. Ten laying pullets, $1 each. Mrs.  M, Young, Creston.  For Sale���������Two cows, one milking;  the other, a Jersey* about to freshen.  W. E. Searle. Creston. -  Apples _ or Sale��������� Few boxes - of  Winesaps in prime shape, 50 cents a  box.    B. Nouguier. .Canyon.  Charles Moore left on Tuesday* on a  business trip to Vancouver, and will  visit at Okanagan points en route.  Fob. Sa_b��������� First of May, Leghorn  chicks. Marquis strain. 25c. each at the  ranch, Erickson.    Mrs.G.W.Harrison.  Earl Swanson -went through on  Sunday to Cranbrook, where he is  taking third shift in -the depatcher's  office at that point.  .Miss _lsdon. stenographer with  Canyon Cfty Lumber Company. Ltd..  left on Tuesday oh an extended visit  at her home in "Nelson.  Some half dozen members of Creston  board of trade were motor  visitors to  Kuskanook on Sunday, looking that  area for a location for a forestry de  partment camp site.  Mrs. Stanley Hendren and young  baby daughter arrived home on Thursday lust from Vancouver, where she  has been visiting with her parents for  about three months.  Rey. GL Knox left at the firstf'of the  week for Vancouver, where he is  attending the annual B.C. Methodist  conference. He will be away for the  balance of the month.  Inspector Manning of Fernie was  here at the first of the week on his  spring visit of inspection to the public  school and found things in all the  rooms well up to standard,  Mrs, J. M. Corey of New Denver  was a week-end guest of Mrs. K. S=  Nelson, on* her way home from Nelson  where she had been attending Knights  of Pythias grand lodge sessions.  "������������������'���������%  The Bishop of Kootenay is expected  to pay Creston a visit on Sunday,  May 27th. when he. will have a confirmation service in Christ Church.  '���������-"������������������ ;'ES. '"-A.. Vaehon of Salroo. a former  provincial pBlice officer here, took  charge" off the Creston police work  from Friday until Monday, in the  absence of H. McLaren at the coast.  Persons who wish to have their  names placed on the voters list can be  accosntsaodated on June 28th. when  the registrar of voters will be here  from Kaslo holding court of revision.  Art Atkinson was a week end visitor wife* Mrs. Atkinson's parents in  Cranbrook. and reports almost 400  striking lumberjacks walking the  streets of the divisional city at present.  Provincial  police   H. McLaren   got  back on  Sunday from Vancouver,   to  which point he had been   in charge of  a couple of men who were being trans  ferred by the authorities from Nelson,  Mawson Brothers have three special  offerings for this week end selling that  merit your attention, and from now  on their intention is to have at least  two extra special offerings every weekend.  George Hogarth, the well-known  Cranbvoolc hotelman, was here over  tb<* week end. the guest of Mr. and  Mrs. Small. While in town he tried  out the bass fishing in the Kootenay  Kiver.  The turnout at the Provincial party  rally at the Grand on Tuesday night  was   about    the   smallest  seen   at   a  Solitical meeting here in   manv years.  as. Adlard officiated as chairman of  the gathering.  R. B. Staples got back on Saturday  from Calgary where he spent a couple  of days on business. Staples Fruit  Company, Limited, no longer exists,  the affairs of the firm being wound up  during his visit in   Calgary  A. L. Cameron was a visitor with  Cranbrook friends over the weekend,  making the trip by motor with his  aon, Jack. His health has been poorly  again and the doctor has ordered him  to take a *eowplete rest for some weeks.  The University of B.C. examination  results wt! re l������si������������d at the end ofthe  week and Creston frieml������ of Miss  Frances Lyne will be pleased to hear  that nhe hiiH Niicct*Bttfu)]y p-issed all the  flrwt year work in her course for the  univerwity miming degree-.  The P. Burns butcher shop is now  supplying patr-orm with wtall   fed beef.  Duo to a. *.--���������;��������� at<;iLy iit prime buttf*cattle  in th������ VnMuy Ma.nager Johnson is  forced U> bring in wt*oek from Alberta,  amJ i* importing at thn rate of a couple  of cam a month afc present.  Creftbmn hnm-histl team will probably  M-t'ti thf tit>.iiMir\ tm Tliiti'fdwy ri������*xt,  either at JKifccheimr  or   her*',    with   a  f;������if������K with tbm new Kitchmmr niriP.  Jue to ih.- linriilMtrJartk'w strike clottinjr  t-~.it nl iitiL tttW'm -)ss-������-t- Uih ceriaiufcy or  Kitchener having   a   t-rmn   i������   JiihI.   a  Tilth: tliJilhtful At  jjr������'������������)ll!.  Orin Hayden " was a Cranbrook  visitor on Sunda'*r, where he' was one  of 54 candidates initiated into the  mysteries of the Knights of Columbus.  Showery weather has prevailed for  almost the past week and an ample  supply of moisture is bringing the  strawberry crop along in great shade,  as well as garden truck.  Christ Church Ladies' Guild will  have the annual Country Fair, on the  24th of May. in the Parish Hall, opening at 2.30 p.m. Home cooking, produce, aprons, house dresses, fancy  articles on sale. Tea and ice cream  served.    Everybody welcome.    ,  The committee named by the board  of-trad671<? investigate fire protection  and equipment met on Monday afternoon, -discovery having been made  that the deserted town of Hosnier had  some hydrants,--hose and hose reels  that were.hot in. use and which the  committee have decided to purchase  if the stuff is fer sale at a right pries.  Staples & "Pierson unloaded their  second carload of Ford cars on Thursday last and already half of them  have been sold. G. M. Argue has  taken deliver? off a coupe. H. S. McCreath a' one-ton truck, and the  Dominion telephone officials a light  delivery, whilst buyers are in sight for  the three 1923 Fords that completed  the car.   .  Creston theatre goers will be  furnished with a delightful change on  Friday night, May 25th, when the  Players Club of the University of B.C.  will present Bernatd Shaw's refresh  ing. domestic comedy, "Yob Never  Can Tell," at the Grand Theatre.  Much the same talented cast as was  herein "Mr. Pirn Passes By" a year  ago, will figure in this year's play,  which is said to be even better than  the 1922 offering. The company ap  pears under Women's Institute auspices, and the admission is $1 and 50c.  to children.  Rev. H. Varley. rector of Christ  Church, and Mrs. Varley, were hosts  at a most enjoyable function on Sunday evening when they entertained  the evening congregation of some  seventy Anglicans���������". at the christening  of their- voung daughter, who now  beat's the name of Hachel Mary. The  baptism ttok place preceding the  sermon and atfc-er the service, the  gue-fts adjourned to the Parish Hall  where refreshments -.were served and  ehe usual felicitous speeches made bv  some of the adults. The proxy god  parents of little Miss Varley are Mr.  and Mrs. Jas. Cook. Miss Ebbutt and  Percy Watsoin, wardens of the: parish.  The function was unique in the history  of church life ia ' Creston and very  much enjoyed by, all, the guests in-J  eluding ten of the rector's parlshohers  from Sirdar,- who motored here for  the event. 'ZZZZ..  Hall on Saturday night, under Uue  direction of Mrs. Charles Bliss, .was a  decided success. ' The hall was tastefully decorated and all the other details nicely arranged. Every feature  ofthe play indicated, careful study  and preparation. The different parts  were exceptionally well taken, making  it quite difficult to decide who carried  off the laurels.   The--cast:  Robert Drew   Merle Varco  Violet Drew....._.-_���������_ Marjorle Smith  Dorothea Primrose Nellie Anderson  Jack Kennard Victor Cameron  Dennis Milliken   Ben Trap    Tillie Craig    James Johnson   James Monroe   Grace Cowan  . The music .was delightful. Miss  Small of Creston favoring with two  selections, and the   two   numbers   by  Maybe You Are Interested  So great*is the demand for Watkins  ���������Quality Products, we find it necessary  to be constantly adding to our sales  force. If you would like to establish  yourself in this busim-ss, or If you  have friends or relatives, who would  be interested, write or see JOHN  WOOL- BRTON. the Watkins dealei.  Creston.  Mr. Mentzel on banjo and harp combined, were exceptionally good. Miss  White, who has just returned from  abroad, favored with a -polo, .her  charming voice, captivating the audience. . -The graceful sidesteps of. Mr.  Johnson also attracted attention. ������-������ 8  Orand  Theatre...  I  Players Club of the University of B.C.  present Bernard Shaw's Sterling Domestic Comedy  ��������� I   _���������������> ��������� ������������������*  tVtKC  Bra   *m   HnaB ���������    <&���������_  mtmt    sub     ��������������������������� U      ^W  ���������"���������"=*r������"-~~ *J~  v-r.-trGwFxx     . vxxxvsy    n uuiru S  JUBbltUl6.  ADULTS $1.00.      CHILDREN 50c  CURTAIN at 8.30 p^m, PROMPT ���������".*���������  "Bernard Shaw could have been nothing but charmed and -delighted with  the manner in which the Players'Club interpreted his comedy, "You  Never Can Tell," before a capacity audience last night.���������Sun.:  8.  N6thi.ll;  ���������|u������ii9  Porthiil Talent in Comedy  The   corned-^    drama.   ���������*The   Great  Catastrophe," given in  the Oddfellows  We have just unloaded over 60.000  pounds of the very choicest flour, feed  and poultry foods eyer consigned to  Creston station.  With   these   choice'."���������*feeds   we    can't  o'erstock ��������� ���������  Far-famed as Gibraltai's rock-  It is good business thus to buy  The feeds on which you can relv.  We onlv stock the choicest hay���������  We'll   buy for you your   crates and  spray���������  If you wish me your fruit to sell  I'll try and do the business well.  Just grow the best is* all I ask  And trust me for to get the cash.  Then vou can set your mind at ease.  Our methods stu ely w*ill~yoii please.  ���������T. Mi EDMONDSON.  in Value  so take  good  eare of youps  I  'a4<v5S IJ-  IF you have medicine to take procure it here to make sure of obtaining the purest and freshest..  STRE  DRUGSLOSE T  if kept too lon#. We buy ours in small quantities, so we can  keep them fresh by frequent renewing. We make lees profit by  that plan, but we give better drug service. ,  BEATTIE-OATWAY, Ltd.  WEAR  HEADLIGHT  OVERALLS  {Utiton Made)  Headlight Overalls  Bib Overall - 2.50 to $3.00  Khaki Pants-2.25 to   3.75  *****>  Cottoriacle Pants  ��������� ��������� ��������� 2.50  Guaranteed to outwear TWO pair of  of  any  other   khaki  pants   ever  made, and if the pants don't  good, we will.  Dry Goods  Bracsrlns  A_^tt99Kg^^. KgBW^ttRW*^^       U^^mj^gn^^     un^^^^^-^.  Furniture  llsird|waiiffli  UUllUH'ai'iW  S������|aaiS  jgl^lgj^^wglj  gfttfMte^&M&fc  mimmmmmtm  Wll������HI.������,l������lMimHI

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