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Creston Review May 30, 1924

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Array '_     -~    r*  i       -x     - ."��������� i- -*��������� '  - *a  ^Provincial Iabrsey _*-a. a*  ^  ������.  __vl  Y    *   ww    t  .  Voil XVI  .-(Q^-fpKrriA'v  OBESTQN; KiC:^_^l3>A3r, JBO:������ 30, 1924  No. 16  Canyon had its,ni**; .rain ��������� in aimost  t&i-ee months :������uv Saturday evenlng-r-  5ust about enough wetness to lay tne  A couple of auto loads from There  were at Sirdar, ffor. thfe 34th of Mayv attending a picnic off the school children  in charge.  wivu  iu.tss  S���������Mli^E O.UUVI,  area in Creston Vall������y.   Mr. Manning  gave Frincipal Pearcc and.the scholars  a very fa~orafcle report.   -  Wiifrid and  Srnest Uang-  ston.wbo left "about'three weeks ago  to work in the mines atCoeur d'Alene,  did net Had things things quite to  their liking and have come back to  B.tOckmann. The latter" was at- his  home here for,tlie weekend.  All the available Easter-xitiaens were  _..     -.   .   s-,������..   . i    -    .   .*"-<-Muserofts on Saturday for'the usual  MisaSadle Wood was a weekend v.b-1 ^ of M^ ^,^mity pibnicand eel  i_ar at:  Cr&nbraou-' jaoeumnnnyinsr herd: *  sister Mrs. Spencer, who was a visitor  :tnere also.7 *      *������������������- , *���������  .        - - *  , P. W. .McKay, "off Cranbrook -was  -here at the fiist of the week and took,  service hi Ahe church, on Sunday and  'Monday nights. On Sunday evening  Mr. Ettri, a CTorweigan^pastor- of Nelson, had service at the' church. Rev.  G. j������nox is expected back in the work  ~onSnnd������y.      _1     ��������� "       r"  " -Work ia completed on the .new road  into the Rfdd -atid Hare places and  Foreman Harris is" nowr putting - tne  needed extension to the road to give:  Jess Filmer highway connection with  the main roads. r   .. ^ -"~ -   ...  ���������The Chatft-Cuqua   ticket  sellers  are  work-ins? this section very thoroughly  and the srile of season tickets in this  . area will be the biggest on record.'  Canyon- had a slight touch of frost"  on Monday morning, "but .riot severe  _nough*iio.do any damage.  TTfct& 2oB_cr_iir**������r .mfi������l-'will **i-Tnc-������ nn H-aic-v  in_Cvery early in June  from   present  .appearances and^the first cut of clover  7wiBW������ifc-ely. be light.., Alfalfa fs looking  fine every where.  '  , - ^,A  euntuou, hbu rc-purb ������ fcry; enjoyeioit;  outing. " -"     *"      \   x-  Col. LaTtaof. the L*and Settlement  Board was-here from Victoria a couple  of days last week, making. his annual  inspection of. the a-rea, and generally  speaking found thing's quite up to expectations.     He  left   for  home .on  "ntttii-jalttxr Im������-_.  . -������������������������    i' =  Mrs. N: 3_*. Devlin .was a visitor "sit  -Creston a couple of days, last week,  the guest of Mrs. 'Lewis  Ch&^a^qiiis. Will  _������__ _  " -^       9  -*n___l __n.������_ ^ J  ^rieken-d,. which tEey spent with Sits.  PercSval.  Now that  and folks-Tiikve  *7^'^   "���������   %  the : literature  ha_  *   s---  is si! out,  opportunity to  read,'imaik, I(__,r������i:*t|cl inwardfy digest  it, the opinion is, uajatafaaous that the  1924-Chautauqua liftj^iing -wrffwovide  Creston with the,foeshv ever six days~bl*  euterfcainmenfe a_q epucation, and the  people are backing 4|p this belief by a  t"c_st f*i:!c that ;--d;^ite5 that t������V*-to-  grammesarenf e*cce^tional merit.  Miss Avmstroag 61- Edinonton, who  will be this ye*tr*a tOlaautauqiaa supervisor, arrived at thei^nd. of th������"*we__:-,.  and Is faelping>_witf^.tiie -ticket sale as  Well as taking up,Mc nsual work, with*  "the school- ehildrem^The big -3bing������  for the youngsters v|SH be on Fridays  Junenth, wnena hgrd .times"parade  wiii be held in the hfteracbn m which.  Will 'liea, t������ie..eSow33,>w*ii ba a proHain-  eut feature.        r     ***-* ^    * ��������� -   --  Chautauqua'" patrons are remined  that reserve scats Will ba* again available in Hmit__ "quantity, "and can" bte  nad for $1 good fbr^the whole eleven"  past few months, with friends near  Pullman, Illinois, returned on Friday,  and will spend the summer with Mr*  and Mr0. Palfreyraan.  Bev. H. Varley has been, a weekend  visitor to _*rsckso��������� fforalmost the past \  suosith coming on Saturday to instruct  his; class in cooiinnatiOu for the service  uii tlie 2uth at Creston." xrive of *-he.  candldates w������!! be*r*>H-L_=r.skssn. -  1  Mr. and Mrs. James M__i*������ell were  21th of May visitors with Cranbrook  friehds.  -Mas6McCasiin~was a .visitor with  Cranbrook friends- Saturday and Sunday- motoring down with Mr. and  Mrs. McLaren."*- ~~  Mr. R_-_ Mrs  were weekend  NeUkns.  Y__aB_.__^g atJBfl.   s_.n    *y*_-__*-.lr  visitors with friends in  >.M. J. Boyd of Creston is here for a  couple of weeks in charge of the carpenter work on the^new flour and feed  warc*hous&B. F. "Whiteside ia erecting  next Ah-"* store. A carload of supplies  has already arrived.  Mrs. Scott of Canyon was here, the  latter, part of the -week with JtiBs  Knott, teacher, aind remained over for  the Empire Day picnic  Mr. and "Mrs. Neil and family are  now located in the -Louse nn the Jo_e&  orchard property at SZoskanook, the  residencc-having had coiisiderable se-  modelliag in the past three weeks.'  ������-OV..JC������\.  V������a"it-y -mill tic ucro CS _<__-  n. "-"I..-*Cli_-_n>    of    Cranbrook.    in 1 PxSSfaw-P?*s'1 -v '���������*���������������-"_   P*an   as -at;   tne  ciuiige of tie inspectimTf or the C. B.H.,  is again niaking Kitchener headqnart-  ������ffS.   ' -   " 7  .*"---_' ^  .An auto load from Kitchener lound-  ed but -the 24th of May holiday by taking in the picture show at Creston on  Saturday night. ^  m\. \.4mes y^b.  it r&cei'-?'ed  *A*t  welcome news of the death of her sis  tei>at Eted Deer, Alberta. - -  John Cartmel, 'registrar of ^voters,  had h special sitting of the court of re-  Vision here on, Tuesday night .last,  When eighteen new names w^re added  to the list.     "-"--.--  "   '-- ~-   "'   -    -    -.  |;   !__������__i>r#^tai������^7_aralter  SSp-Miy*-*!.  '-���������S_UWflB������S_5  presen.    ,  eiieuB on their famiis^  liister'-left s'wii7  * J.    A      -      *'  .     *"^6ol. liister 4e_tsti>n7Tuesday."7on   a  speechmskingtdur-*^it^ points at the  west end of the *ti-|.ra|f. "I3e ' was at  Boswell for a, rally in his interests on  Friday nisht. - ,       " -  -     "__' "    r-  Due to   Rev, G. Knox   not  getting  biek fmui conference in time there  w_84������o church service at the school  house on Sunday morning. Everyone  here will be glad .-to hear that Mr*  m Snox has been sent back to Creston  -for his fifth year hy the conference  stationing committee.  C. B. Tnrigg* off Creston, the provincial horticulturist, has f been here a  couple off days this week looking after  spray work on the green aphis, which  is rathi*r thicker than usual.  Public school inspector Manning  was here a few days ngo on nn official  visit, accompanied by Dr. Henderson,  who made the medical inspection of  the school at the Buroe time, nnd reports LhtB section the healthiest school  -__jss_~._i"__5a of'C*anb"s*w-.----3ias be-sn''a-  ,>a.v-fc^Jjj^^aS_______iSai_Ss  Norris Bak������S*y, #^iere reservaticsuF  should be made early as there is a vei y  healthy demand fbsvpse ehairs. ~  - The- big^ brown te^rt; goes up on Mom-  day wittaTFranrkr Jac-sson in charge and  will be pitched to |b^ same good advantage as ias^ yea^" >n .the^. _<sf8S5oat  lot next the fcrmer jtmperiai Bank.   r ]  The first proggan^me ia on Monday"  night.ancTit is^sp^iaily asked? faiat  Hatrons go --early "lis]"-the usual amusement tax will ha������%} to7b0 collected at  thetentacd this ^i?!]l t&fee a little  time,- But the������F wjSl be-.no .delay if a  part of ths c������������#������5i_'^iil -__t������*������: ij. poln%  income early.   *?%������., -_  */"- -7  Buying: of seai^ ^ticfeefe .is, very  inmri-lw- it_*iN-^_*^ _t_l_r^-������������<9i*-'i-o_,*������fc**l������  .   A. Andersoi-r. t^e Creston contractor { -  started workf&hls week on the erection I ^"S" ������������***���������������-_; ������>r the usual two Church  ^+.4.   ���������7���������������' _., r*������__"_.___ __w���������k-iof Scaeland. services,   and   we  nntler-  the  Sirdar congregation  will  Mr.  asd  which will "he  occupied hy  Mrs. Stocks^ --* "*  Miss Jane Long, -who has "been a vies-.  iter at Spokane and Wenatchee for the  past three -weeks, arrived home o_t  S'lssda*"*_ sand is -"ccoirj-^ein?*^ I?-��������� Mftsi  Barngan of the latter city.   ' -- >  M. R. "Palmer returned, on Sunday  froni Spokane in which city he is-taking treatment from a specialist his eyesight giving him considerable trouble  at present. " - ' -  John Shaver of JBlairmore, Alber������a9  has-returned home after a weeks visit  at. the  ho-ne   of Mr^.and   Mrs. -$b&+.  Woods.  oTS-^-HS-mV"^  7'_M**- McGonegal has the T painters nt  work"1 renovating the MarshallThouse  inside and nut.    - "     - *      ^  Up to the presentcKitchener has had  nothing ih the" way of political meetings ht"t"ss *vi* near Mrs NoiveosEL. the  Xiiberal candidate is working Creston  Valley this week he will probably be  favoring us with a call.  Miss-Willoughby w leaving ori Friday to spend the weekend at hei-home  at Crawford Bay.  -Mr. Underwood off the Leadville  Mining Company was a business visitor at Creston on Tuesday, and is looking for action in the matter of gettiun-  a wagon road built to _|he property.  There is a. <*ar of ore on the dump  awaiting shipment, and with a road  available work on a lurger scale would  be undertaken. *  is -aaet, an  t*SS-_'_-  EUOM*,  essen.fcia_7 that?  Cltautauqualplay Co"_a_*.en^-eak this!  year* S"or the past t%fee years- those  j-iktaranteeing* Chautauqua have^always  had to meet-a small dedElicit7hut it is  doubtful If thei-e are j*oing to he forty  ^iti_ert8 public spirited enough to go  _.������������   *_."i.    ftualE   j_-k���������^������ _-_ ���������    "V^ ��������� *.. .        -   -  ������������������������  v���������o.  ������������*w a*Mncv4.m^&   bs eQis  year  winds up with a deficit. -      -"-*  ���������The feeling towards Chautauqua  this year is quite the best ever and It  is to be hoped that ticket buying'will  be on the same generous scale." Every*  one believes Creston-needs the six big  days, of entertainment and no one  reallyCltkes to- think that the guarantors halve to make good shortages on  'what is really a community betterment  effort. Be sure to buy a season ticket  and thuB eliminate all possibility of  the guarantors having to dig np���������and  make doubly sure off Chautauqua returning next season.    --.-  Fon.SA__���������Two choice dairy cows,  in full milk, one Jersey and one Ayrshire.   Thos. Goodwin, Creston.  Per Centagerof Tonnage Under Gontract  Perconlap-e  of tonnage eiftned  under  contraot   ie a matter of  soma importance to nit concerned.  If lens than 50 per cent., is signed  then the individual"contract hold  er   miiBt pay   a proportionately  larger share of  fixed  over-hend  -"ifiarfjea t1ift.ii   would   be th������ nan-*  were 8@ per cent,   of the ionnagie  signed   up.    If  85  per oent.  of  the'tonnage ia signed -under oon  tract  with tlie  Creston Co-Aper-  ativp. -Frniti Exohango ^*-|i.en Ores  .ton..,,..' .<3-rbwer(a������';.:' ��������� Ximiteji, ���������'.rmllBht ���������:  hnvo    difKoulcy     hi " operating  effle!������>-nt1y.  Two weeks ago in thia epaee  wi������������Tb'������t11i������inf5ed|: th������,;'Es������tl������an{������������,'tb"''  provo what their tonuago actually . "waB, olaimiu g.. that." th^y l'������f d  made an uhiruo - Htntefnent - in  this connection. This clmlloii������������,������  hail brought  no  rcnpoiieo __ wl>at-  <.v������r* ������U<* w������'   f������*fo������-    tjri-tf-,    *,*H������"������' "MiV*  olinnge are either unable or nn-  willing to stand behind their  etnt omenta  Our estimate of the  tonnage  in-   tho   Cre-itjon    Valley   NOT  signed under contract' exceeds 50 -  per cent,  of  tho' total  ton nngo.  This    _-.",...������_._-_   it* W-t*l  on  t3ie  ��������� fact that we havo  a Hot"  of over  one hundred   rnnohes  whiofi^wo  . believe, a-ro not'eigned under ciort-  traplf _ &t)$  ,ffurtlierppro. ..-t^vo-nty,,  'iiffitfWmS  ' pea.':in--oxoeiBM������''.,of- 86' ''per;-.,cien'ti.:/pf"',  ��������� ���������. the' v-alley-"-- totir.ago.1:-"',  We wish to jmiinure nnr ouBtmn-  ��������� era" that gro^r<6ra,vhave- nrrai^ed"--  TwithZ"ns. - to; "Imijidte uulSIuieiifc  tonnugo to onablo un. to operate  ���������economically \ iwiid supply our  nmrkotii-j-; conneotioiBO with right  aiMiort-neht8 in ''BuTflcrfeht qijnntrt  itios to take ������are of their require-  JEf������#������9JfiRB9J9  Geo. Hendren is busy this week're-  n-odelling and enlai^ing:the' house on  the Mra. Ch-^!*������Obttessllb"-������nchi \-?hscb:  Geo^Hobden purchased a few week*.  ago.^ -Amongst the improvements is a  cement cellar... " %.  atand ihe Sirdas-  have a -sail from the Bishop .of Kootenay who is to visit Cre-ston on Thursday.  The Sunday picnic season has opened  at-tuskanook,  there  being  quit������ a  S5i*_i<G53? O-. nutv   pa_a~iBo.5pcu_Xug iouu>  day there last -week**   *  r Mrs anel Sirs. JL C iKtasbyof SABttile,  Waah.T "who have been visiting- with  Mr* and Mrs. O. M. Loaahy. left for  borne on Wednesday, going via the  Arrow "Lakes, Vancouver and Victoria.  The- Empire Day picnic on Saturday  LLffet_S������_. the-  _5U���������5 Murgd  atf<tMluBU<ce  and with ideal weather the outiog was  very much appreciated by everyone*.  T Mrs. Jones expects to~have the lunch  room and See cream vta^toT a-fc-lfeu-fe^M-*-  ������ok ready fbr business bn June lst> and  will carry  a  fall  -to**������k^-of  tonristB*  staples as well as seg^ng refeeshnaefats������  rI is-.  ���������*3*������  day 'for ^trathmore, Alber^: wlrew  she will probably spsn*I a month vfait-  iog-*vjth her*sister.  Frank Martin was here from Alberta  a few days this week on a visit witb  Mi*, and "Mrs. Ed. Martin, leaving on  Wednesday for Tshk.  Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dodds nnd family wero motor visitorsito Yahkjfor the  6RAN0 THEATRE  Saturday, MAY  31  Charles Jones  HEr ff__"q_9__ H_5  \\mm\  '/.  "VWI-4-MHI #-'#H  %^M%t -*W* f-m-T M ^JrM W      %JBti Jtm\^F Vfw   EZ������m%4m\J^^      ������������������ frW ifWmu Sffw-fl*#  From ti)e story ''Away McGmt***  :ZChorm'G$rL"'   ;.'���������  :, ��������� .-'  '.    ,_ ��������� - ��������� ���������������;���������*.-v,     v37 '��������� ':\A. ���������'������������������'.. ", "'���������'���������'".".'':.''  Thrills, throw &M feunden^s  oofciop    stamp; f'Copfd's  r Fireman"   as;.' tii<e;; ��������� ^most;':���������  "": 'dmmftfcio:: pi^i^-onr' ;t"h������':'-'  life ,of  a   iireman   ever  filmed. ������������������    -;'  -  JkllGG siatn&  Hard surface road work in all departments was resumed at the first of  the week and fine time is being made  putting down the rock on the Uncompleted " stretch "between the Compton  ranch and Creston-. -   - ..  Victor Oarr and Master Bertell got  back on Monday from Cranbrook,  where the latter underwent a minor  opeieation^at tho hospital in that town*  Alice Siding got juBt about enough  vain to lay the dust In the shower on  Saturday night. Av soaker of a Tain  would help the late strawberries but  the early ones are almost sure to come  in small. ''  J. W. Vancss !o busy withcrccftJon  of a packing shed on the ranch and  .will have it ready in gobd time for the  strawberries. ^'  Some of the local big game hunters  should find sport jjood In the vicinity  of tho Alice Siding^ school in which  area a bear has been doing considerable damage for'-the past three week*.  It begins to look as If Alice Siding  growers will have to Import berry  pickers. So* far none off tho ranchers  have been able io engage anywhere  near enough local help.      x  -_*he Sooinl"~CIub picnic at' Arrow  Creek on Saturday attracted a crowd  of about forty from- hero and all h_d%.  moat enjoyable outing-1 winding up the  :d*iy :with;;'a /midnight.,:;dance;��������� at ������������������ 'the  Sijotty Todd leBldsnce.'"';.'  ?j-_iaaie~of5!n_te  by Vfi^"8__Mi,B,l_5i-3r 'expecf-" tb;%avi5  complct^almo-t half a mile of treatle  filTalready Usie^year.   -  Mrs; Martin jand Mrs. Walfchers  were between-taaSii_Br callers at Ore-ton  on Tuesday.  Mrsr McCabe    and  d-ildren,. -erho  have been holidaying at Nelson,  re-,  turned on Monday.  Mrs. Jack Cameron and children  were weekend visitom with Mrs. B.  Rycksnan at Orsstcn.  ,. tfpu &*viuj_~_,_,uroM4tki' gpotl inare-  w*6ight about 1600 lbs., splendid work-.  ejr.   For full particulars  apply- Joan  Itflimer. Onnyow'City* ���������>' ���������,.-'^; ..���������  7" HoufiK Fon 8ai.b���������Ohoni-s' for eauib.  four-room cottage on Parle Hoad_ on  two large ' lots. For further partScn-  lara enquire He viewOfttvo,  WAHTKn���������-W0U1UI   Ufco   to  get   in  #rvf-fi-HaMli ^���������flf*1-*  <m0^fimm������mtimm #%���������#' mum* m ���������* <*W--^lt#w'*������������������--** ������W  *'���������'������"������������������"���������   mh A-w-f+i im^f ,������*-* ������������ <*������������������������* *t   w^ vmmvmum 4* ��������������� -������MW^ m������fcii^  npjplea who will seU direct to the re-  taOer  for  cash.   WrHte" A. H. Shea,  C-,a^*.K,S���������, All>u_-U.  Fob Si__B!���������Bees .and supplies. For  further tt_rticula~B ������Dply txs Geo*  Hood, Creston. ^-*  For S___.----F0rniit.ure and other  household effects. A. B. Korria,  Creeton Etakery,  WANTia>--Doublo bed and bureau.  For sale, ladies* bicycle, in good shape,  $"50.   F. Knott, Canyon.  Get Oliver Oat and M}on*t  Let Bowser in I**  Provincial Party of  Britisii Colnmfeia  A Public Meeting will be held  in the  Grand Tlioatre, Grsston  WOll'jfB; Joiib 4  at EIGHT pm.  ' mid will be aildresaad by .  m ft. 8. McBae  __��������� mmmiSm _^fiB___L_il    -   ffw^|^^4|^M_-|_|_Li____|_.  iro ufBii spniini  Get behind the Provinciltl  Economy. Efficiency and  Beve-opmcafe. '������&:������  yx<x  KU  i^EP^M3S^m^. ^B1]B0.^N,.': W^zm,  ���������>������������������..���������:���������>���������:  >-V/-.r3^-..7.j--  1  DYSPEPTIC  tP ...-��������� ..������������������'-'   '  Food _Dde������ You No Good _.  Half the time you're * afraid  to eat; your tongue is coated,  " mouth tastes bad. ��������� stomach is  bloated. If you want to get  well* stop using dyspepsia  tablets and go to the source of  the trouble before it is top late.  Strengthen your stomach, cast  but the bile, regulate the bowels  -���������do thisj and dyspepsia will be  . no mdre.:;v:.u:j7J:--.  For your condition the "best prescription is Dr. Hamilton's Pills, which are  xaade speciallyfor the stomach, kidneys: and liver.  Dr. Hamnion's Pills .  Aid the Storrriacri^  Get Dr.' Hamilton's Pills to-day, 25c  per box, 5 for $1.00, all7 dealers,, or  The Catarrhozone. Co., Montreal.  lay a few feet bey-ond her reach.    "Like  a tiger gathering  for the   spring on  Ms intended prey, gradually, and with  tlie noiseless motions of a serpent, her _  form commenced to creep closer and L-whicliran as friiiows  ahead. Quickly mounting "Ronald  rode down to where he had stopped.  Eagerly showing tlfe missive to the  fafiher, he'readMhe message to him,  aogntcer  Of Tine Rsuradb.  A;S Lory of Romance.-.and Adventure  of Western Pioneer Days        ^  ������������������ BY ���������.....  ALEXANDER D. McLEOD  (Published "by Special Arrang-emen-t  wdth. the Author)  'Continued)  As he reclined in front of the open  ing of. the tent, she "was conscious ]  that he had, at least, a partial view of  her movements. Aware of this, .her  intuition -warned her against injudicious moves that would in any -way  betray her motives, or-arouse-his-suspicions as to her intentions. She. accordingly went calmly about/ and  spread the"blanket he gave her on. the  grass within. : Finally she lay down  in such a position" as to command a  clear view of him "reclining close to  the opening, and where he, also, would  have a partial view of her as shelay  stretched on the ground. Her stone,  firmly gripped in. her hand and hidden  under a fold of the blanket, she, as-1  ���������    suming sleep* watched through., half-.  closed eyes his slightest move.      Her  eyes, by how, well accustomed to-the  darkness, she could observe hls-sllght-  ... est  motion   as  he  reelinen   over   his  " saddle.   ".'"'-,-      ���������   '.-.;;.''..  During the first tyro hours of darkness she lay,- in see-rnlhg 'sleep;,:.rwith  ��������� her attention fixed on the*-reclining  form    of"- Tnierwaicfiful.;guards ;*; The  .:: silence/of jHeep sleep, seemed������������������.to- reign  over the rest of the camp.' -NothiTig  was to; be heard save the . occasional  thud of horses' fe^et and ������heir munching, as they grazed on. the grass close  by. It was during the ��������� deep silenee  of" midnight that she noticed for the  first time that her guard's head was  closer to tlie sleeping guard, A foot,  two feet closer she crept, when, as if  subconsciously aware" ������������ approaching  danger,- her" fitnended. victim, suddenly  awakened and , sat upright. After  taking a look around the camping  ground, he peered Into her tent, but  noticing her lying still~and breathing  heavily, as if in deep sleep, he-_eem-  ed satisfied, and resumed his- former  reeliuing position on the saddle.  Startled thus ' from "her intended  -course, at the moment when escape  seemed to be within her reach, the  discomfited girl lay motionless in the  position she assumed at the sudden  awakening of her guard. "Disappoint-  and discouraged, "she lay for what  seemed to her an hour/ when her attention was again attracted .by the  deep breathing outside her "tent.  Could it be that assured thaf.no danger threatened him, he again- succumbed to the- demands. of sleep? She  was not left long In. doubt, an occasional snore "assured her that her time  i had come.    - -  I Again her muscles tensed and she  | began to slowly creep. uefore her  lay her captor iu sound sleep. Foot  "By Coot, closer and closer, she ejrept.  In the opening of the -tent she .now  lay- only a few feet intervened. Slowly and silently she gathered herself  for the spring that would land her  into eternity or iu safety. On hands  and knees she-rose; then slowly arising to a posture of attack with, the  right hand uplifted for the blow, she  was prepared for the fiual spring,  when, as if: sensing- new danger, she  glanced over her left shoulder, and  was petrified into inaction, by a -rlsion  of the grayish shadowy form of a  horse, fully saddled, not more than  twenty feet away. Behind the horse,  as he was grazing on the grajis, at his  feet, she distinguished in tlie igloor/i  of 'night the partially covered form of  "Captured    hy  men '."in   .'band  uwa. Sa=a.  4--0-J ���������  horse thieves;   five  with  several --stolen.  re heading  for  th^>  United- Spates."' "Will camp till tomoK  row morning at a secret camp in the  Souris Valley.^"   Help!" - ���������*"���������  -^ - "Mary Fraser."  This first' definite clue as to "the fate  of. the ;_nfortunate girl fired them -with  renewed energy and inspiration. The  girt _-call ��������� for 7.'help" roused in their  hearts, a. new spirit of grim determin-  attqn that boded ill for the gang of  desperadoes jnto whose hands she had  fallen^ and who held the helpless girl  _gaptlre. .-. Tlieir -course now lay clear  before them. Time was in their fav-  oev as -they had the whole ���������ay and a  night ~ to overtake the kidnappers.  They had "a clue to work on, and cir-  ciamstance's would govern their plans  in accomplishing a rescue. The message provided, a stimulus for action  and they would make use of the time  to lay and_ carry out their plans with  care and circumspection. There was  a ride of fifty miles ahead of them.  What awaited them at the end of that  journey Fate, and circumstances alone  would determine. * N* ���������  (To be continued)  -%  Manslaughter In  2nd Degree.-,  Using a razor���������bad stuff���������but many  people do it for their corns. The  only- remedy -that is painless and sure  is Putnam's Corn Extractor,- which  does " remove warts and corns,  cleans them "right off. Refuse a substitute for "Putnam's," *25c everywhere.  You can either take our  word for its or expe_rime_it for  yourself, hut   you  wiii'"find  BLUE MBBOM TEA  is^iia a class by itself���������Try it*������  'Agricultural -Gazette Die's  - After more than, ten years* publication, the Agricultural Gazetter of Canada-ceases with tne presentissue. '.It  has .been the ofgan of the department  of agriculture since Jan. 1, 1914, as  well as'carrying- a ,< special section  tor the International -Institute of Agriculture at Rome. %"  More  than  150  languages .and  dialects are current in Indta-and Burmah,  j and the .distinct alphabets    of .7these  countries;    many    of ���������-which are very  Cutlery of C*i_ar" Used, in Restaurant  Cutlery which, was once" the -property of the late Czar and which adorned the tables of the royaL palace, is  now in public use' in an. obscure  restaurant in one of the slum districts  of London..  Holloway's Corn Remover takes the  corn out by the roots. "Try it and  prove it.  More than/half a billion dollars are  paid out annually ;in this country for  elaborate, outnumber all others in the j admissions*'to    performances of the  ^ world, x f"m6vies."  a man, In. wiiose hand she noticed the  glint of a revolver, pointing i?a her  direction. Hope oi" escape thus suddenly snatched from withip. her reach,  she slowly collapsed and awaited in  silent and hopeless sub-mission the  outcome of this new danger that  threatened her.  *_���������__  CHAPTER III.  Daylight was dawning when, the two  men, Fraser and Ronald, finally located the trail of the outlaws who were  heading for the south. Following  this t-rail back some distance they  soon came to the starting point, where  the bandits had made their .camp during the previous day, and where the  young woman "was captured. They  hunted around to find some trace of  her, but were unsuccessful in. even  finding anything in the nature of a  clue. . Small boot tracks were, however, discovered in the fc,S_ff. These,  her father thought, might be her  i tracks, -judging from his recollection  j oi the boots she wore. Both .men  were now, however, convinced that  the bandits had  taken  her  prisoner,  Ancient Greek City  Fou-nded   Just   After   Death   of   Alexander the  Great. 2.246  Years  Ago-  French .archaeologists have discovered at "Saliyehm In the Euphrates-region of Syria,  a Greek  city fou_*_ed  just gLfter the death of Alexander the  Great, 2,246 years ago, and abandoned- in 27S A.D., when the desert sands  covered it.  Among the objects dug from, the  ruins are a number of parchments,  one of which, written In 189 B.C., is  said to be the oLdest Greek: manuscript  extant. ��������� The scientists also uncovered a .series of mural paintings of exceptional importance as a -source for  .study of-Byzantine art.- >  Crown the BreaJ<fasf Porridge  ���������with sweetness and delicious flavour  CM0W  i  BRAM  It is a pure and wholesome, sweet���������-whether  used for table syrup, "s_uce or  for j-^,ndy--irta_d.iig-   "  At all'dealers���������in tins.  y   -  THE  CANADA  STARCH CO. LIMITED  \ ' .-.-���������-_-  gradually sinking and  nodding closer j takine her alone with them  and closer to "the saddle upon whieh' aTld wrere taKin^ nei aLone Wltn tftem  his arm res ted.     The weariness of the  previous night's journey, followed by  the'alert vigilance of the entire day  and evening, was at length commencing to show its effects on her robust  captor. "Lulled by the silence of the  night, nature at last commenced to assert herself, and sleep's overpowering  influence was beginning to dominate  his powerful will.  Inspired by new hopes, awakened by  the slumbering guard, and optimistic  of winning her way to liberty, a plan  of escape formed in her mind. Her  musctes teased; her grip of the small  rock in her hand tightened.- , Freedom seem-fcd in -sight, as she watched  the nod din-; h-*a<l of the outlaw as he  YOUNG DAUGHTER  HADE WELL  MotW Tells How Hes Daughter  Sef������ere_ and Was Made Weil By  Lydia E������. PinkEam's Vegetable  Compound  Vancouver, B.C.���������"My daughter Is a  young- girl who "saa "been having severe  ���������ofti-H and weak and diray foalir-p-a for  some tlmo nnd had  tost her  appetite.  Through an  older  daughter -who had  hoard of a woman who waa taki-ig it  for the same- trouble,  we were told of  Lydia  E,  Pinkham'H"-Vegetable  Compound.   My daughter has been taking Lt  for several-months and in quite all right  now. It hafl done all it was represented  to do and we have 'UiUi*a number of j  friends- about it.   I nm I never without  a bottle of. it in the ho*ase,*-foi-1 my-Kelif  ���������uUo it fur that wca'l;. tAj-cd, v-oro-out  fooling whkh somctimcacornea to uaall.  I Jtnd it Li-building m������ up and I'-Htrongly:  n*i-/oTnm-srvrl it to- -women who arc suffering as I and'my dam Kilter havo,."''���������-Mw.  J,  Mc'Do-mai.d,   ZSf-tt 2fith   A co.  East,  Vancouver, F6. C.  From live nge of ftw-elve a f-rrl rifted:-*all  the care a thoughtful mother can p^ve.  Without making further .search in the  vicinity, they started south,, followed'the tracks left in the grass by their  band of horses. In this way they had  no difficulty. Prom the jaatua-e and  number of horse tracks left- dn their  trail, they judged that there must  have been more than a dozen horses  in 1heir band.  Satisfied with their investigations  they spurred their horsesv,to a lope,  which they kept up as far as -the face  hills, where they slowed down'to a  walk as th^y descended the steep decline to the level prairie. No word  was spoken by either of the men as  they proceeded on their way. In.  silence each weighed tlie serious nature of their mission, as they consid  ered the desperate character of the  outlaws in whose trail they --|������Sre following, ��������� Men, who would add to the  crime of "horse rustling," the more  serious crime ol! kidnapping, were  likely to prove dangerous antagonists  in a pi'obablii'armed eticouiftea", They  were serious men starting on a s'eri*  ouh business, a business that was surrounded by dangers that nilight ���������: end  En fatal consequences to one or both  of them,  They did not for a moment consider  the danp-er,     They; look no thought of  tho    risks    t.hey -were   tahlag.       The  crown In*; thoughts in both their rnindis  were,  that the: daughter of the elder  man was hnld captive by a dangerous  band  of criminal fl, and. ovr-r "her head  was*hanRlTig a fate that wafl to' Uioi���������  more Red ouh than doal.li itself,    Thoy  'oounlx-d not, the cost, nor weighed tha  clan Koni   llmt   l.hoy   thorn sol ve;-,   wore  runni-fi    into,        Tho    purpose    and  I thought  that  obse&ROfl ' them   was   Lo  rencm-i at any rink tlio woman who was  hold   captive.      With   sot   faces,   ox-  pr<-Hslvp  of' grim Onl'fsr mi million, thoy  a*-al.n -"'ot*. Hpura l:o ihoir horses and srat  off   at    fi.   stli'i" can tor, following I1.K*  fro������h: trail loffc by tho bandit a In tho  tall f-.nuHH. #.  Ah tlio ImrsriR cnnlnrcd Ihun acros-s  tin* Mr-osr-i. Mountnin fraH, l:lie old-or  ni-i.n In I tin- k-swl,, llo-Uald, with eyK-K  lc^*i>������ Kluod to tn*,*-* trail, on IUhk-- lookout  for  furi.3-.oi' trac'ltB,- wrui  rexw.ardod  Iny  Evj^r^-Woman GaaHave  Radiant, Youthful Complexion  Nature give you a skin of beauty,  charm. 'Aiid that is beauty you can  keep.   -1'  Millions .of wpmen do���������-by loMow-  inK this aimplCa correct rule- By  following it ybuj't^o, can keep the  loveliness ol a schoolgirl aomplexion.  ' Just do this regularly  'cks-.ri.M-. the.skin regularly, authori-  Made-in  Conmfc*  Many a woman list:* suffered ycar-i of : nnti-'tn-- iluvdlm nul.llnn off what: ap  i,:������;.'. ar.i'3rr.";;r-ry --'Ihcrict'-mrf t������i^*i-j*-h"t- y pi'-.v'-d' t  lor-r.ncs-tRxur ignoranceof the roo-ther who  til-ioiilii have guided her during this taBnaiv  l f she complainH of headdcli������������, uumt*  in the bstek and Jowoi" lirnbBy or it you  notice a nlowncss-of! thouBht, ncrvoua-  i-esfl or irritability on the pari oi .your  dauj?KN!)r>i -nnkfi life en*vi*vr for her.  Lydia E. ^PinStha-rr.."-! Vogetabls Compound is cispeci-iiiy urii-ijU-d. foe mth  condition b. <������  W*   N.    U.    J r-. D  fn hirn \r������ bf n rolled up piece  ol r-apor, Hm :HUUd.Kiiiily cliucliud up  IiIh h������rm\ ftiid, oornUui; Timck, tlB������-  ihoiih'im'J iiiwl -vllif-tcc'iiS up *hn mcBonRO  I hut vjOfH ili'oppoil, hy trio fon'OHlgUt of  Mio young worwifun. " At tiXHt. Heelng-  notliUi"? iiniiHHial -'about tho -r���������la������lve, ho  wiih abotil. to* dJweard. the -"iiiiaall pliiK*<-  oV h\rch bark, wiifinii lio i-'aliced liliw  ri'ioasci-'.K*" Hcrlbkcll-id wilhln tilid" rouiuBrfMl  i fold. Attor liuH'iifixlly Klantilnic over  !."������..   ii-ii.ii.iiiKi"; he  ."houtf-'l  t:m h!������  *-n������r������*  *t_g*ai  ties say, to teep y������ur complexion,  lovely, j-adiant, youthful. But beware  of harih cleansing; methods���������they injure skin.  "Wash thoroughly with Pafcmolive  Soap���������each night before retiring.  Rub the creamy, foamy lather well  intq the tiny pores. Rinse���������and repeat  the waslun-j. Then rinse again.  Then���������3*f skin is dry���������-  apfftty a little cold cream.  That is allr Skin so cared  for ts not injured by cosmetics, by wind and aim,  or by dirt.  THe simple, correct voay  You cannot find a more effective  beauty treatment. Because PalmoUvCv,  Soap is blended of rare-palm and olive  oils���������famous for mild but thorough  cleansing qualities Bincc the days of  Cleopatra, And it is inexpensive.  Get Palmolive Soap of any dealer��������� "  but note the name and the wrapper.IFfor  Pahnolive is never sold unwrapped!  Then try this method. The improvement will amaze and delight you.  A"n<l because Palmolive is so economical, let it do for your whole body  what it does for your face ^  Volume ������?������<"  efficiency  produce 25c  duality far  10c  THE PALMOLIVE COMRANV OF   .  *    'CAKADA, LIMITED  Winnipeg- Toronto Montreal  Palm and ������live oils���������nothing else���������give  NatttpeZs green color ,fjiJ*aJmoiiv* soap.  MO  \  FOR-YOUR.0WN SAKE  ���������pROM0T������,hllHtrfFARWtFCj  -^ Qis^lfewli-CtftwflE&K^^-'  nil  I  ptinlon, wlif> wiut-i. by p.ow ro������Wi������ rilf-lHttif-o  ^.V-J^'StA-^-^'^V  '  irlSE. fe(^^JPPa|^jyw w'" pUY'  (AtSO IM RCMAGES ISt-flt'20t)  ������������_  5*>  iiamwMaWiW*"'**  1  M  I  urn  "I  ���������IS  <\  ���������if  ii  i  _    H  JM������-jW'ii^lW'Wn.iawiiip������>aiiiiiiwii.iiiii  MWWMWMMMMWWa^  ���������-'������������������������������������rriiifiiiiirtniiiiiiriiiiiTiiiiiiiiiiiiitii.iii-iiHiiii.  ���������-'"illlliilliiii  -*������������������������-^-MUl  mimmmmmmm  vmmmmmtmamattm^us  ttrntrnJa^ummimat^mm  H*_S_:_______^______-_*^_i^������w**'1'<'J'*3  mmammummm^m TEES  'B-SVJSJW*-. CBESTON,:  m^M^mmmm^  , Buys   Thousand-DoSEar  Cow  _������*������.  Japan is Taking No- Chances With  Scrub Cattle  i.^. A; Woodstock cow, Colantha Mer"-  j cen^.Onri-sby, the three-year-old "Hol-  stei'n which topped her class in the  305-day '"divirion of* the _t.O.P. tests,  has been sold to -the Japanese Government for $1,000. '"It's just as easy to  raise $1,000 cows "as it'is-to raise. $150  ones. The Japs, who by going into  the dairy business. Intend to replace  thet rice and fish diet of. their people,  with one more like that which has  made.the white races what they are,  take-no chances with buying scrub  cattle. Neither' should our farmers.  If they can. sell cows for^$l,000 apiece,  they should -raise that kind.���������Border  Cities Star.  M?^;jG^irpi_j:_srj_*  Ai-������ your iior^ea  coughing - or running  at tbe noao? II so,  give them "Spohn's." A valuable  remedy for Coughs; Cold3. Distem-  per* InfliHan-a, Pink Eye and  :.Wo?ms .among horsea -and mules.  An oecaplonal dose "tones" them  up.    ~Sold'at all drug-stores.  ;_ PGH.N Cm-e of t A 'tl eo.; g os-ft en ftwM's=4*  I  x  A Daring Stunt  Has  Been   Found   in :'Paris Where  -   Was  Hidden .Sixty "Years  v        _ Ago '    "     '<-,--���������'  The heart of Voltaire, the famous  French satirist which'-was lost- after.  being locked in a silver casket and  solemnly deposited in the^National  Library in-Paris about tr-ijtty years ago,  has been found hidden under a layer  of dust in a "corner-ofT a "disused room.  " M." Martel, the. newly v appointed  -head.of the library,'made the discovery. . "While -exploring the. premises  he entered' an abandoned room, and  saw the casket in front of the pedestal of Houdon's original statue of Vol-,  taire. The statue and the casket were  covered with two inches of dust. The  casket,, which    was "locked, bore the  As suou as a< key can be made it  will-be opened by. the .minister of education and transferred. to the. Pantheon to rest beside.-, the ashes /of  France's illustrious sons. 7  WHEN YOUR  MmmM   -k_T  ���������     ���������   S������        -  nnun i  _Arir  10  It may be only a  . slight   cold    now ���������  just a tickling in the  throat.  .But little- colds  scon grow large,and  ; dangerous. . ,Ofte"n  .they b.ecome.chronic,  develop catarrh- and  end in consumption.  " Catarrhozone_ is  the remedy.*" - It  draws inflammation  "and soreness out of  the-;throat. Relieves the cough, cuts  out jthe phlegm, -makes breathing easy,  kills any germs lodged in the mucous  lining of the throat'or lungs.  By using CATARRHOZONE INHALER now and again you keep the  passages free from germs, and thereby prevent coughs and colds. Get  the Dollar outfit, it lasts two months;  small.size 50c;. sold by druggists. Refuse a substitute for Catarrhozone.  "By mail fccm The Catarrhozone Co.,  Montreal.  Bobby Leach Would Go Over Niagara  Falls fn a Rubber Ball  Bobby Leach,, who went over the  Horse Shoe, Falls in a steel barrel on  July 25, 1911, lias announced that he  is negotiating, withr a rubVer company  for the manufacture of a rubber baii  in which he plansNto make a- trip over  the fails early next June. Prior to  the fall trip, "Le? ol?* says he T-7iH~mske  three parachute leaps from the upper  steel_arch .bridge on successive Sunr  days'. - . j  The ball will be of the thickness of  an ordinary large automobile tire and  will have a. hammock inside 3n which  he will reclined Leach said. He plans  to have the ball, with himself as passenger in the wafer a . few    hundred  test   abG/e   tuc   ictxia   uu   iiie   t_.i-.xi_u.i__  side. He believes ,tllat the ball will  clear the great plunge of water and  will land safely in. .theriyer below.  Leach has attracted attention by  daring feats about "the falls for ,sev-  eral years. In addition to going over  the falls in a barrel, he made a parachute leap from the upper bridge on  April--*_1, 1921.. and went* through the  lower rapids and whirlpool in a barrel  on June 28, 1"911._   '  ,   May  Abolish  Passports j  Con������lnuah$&-    of     British     Formality]  Against Canadians Considered        j  -Off-fair \  TStrong repressentaitohs are being  made to the foreign office against the  system which makes it necessary for  Canadians' at present to obtain passports before entering - Great Britain.  Passports are unnecessary for British  jpeople- entering Canada and continuance 6f t_e"British. formality against  Canadians is considered unfair. The  recent increase in the price for passports, from.two to five dollars each,  adds force to the movement and it is  expected that "the present regulation  will be rescinded immediately**-- *  iv���������ry Wife  ������-__. ">_ ������<*_������ _#__,_=,_,  Women Can.Dye Any  Garment,  Drapery  Dya    or  "Tint    Worn.     Faded  New for 15 Cents  Things  pnitffii! unOlf  V  that -&m-Btxk contains in most  compact form.all tlie essentials  61 a "perfect* ever-ready home  skin medicine. _ "  <- This grand herbal preparation  is beautifully soothing' for cttts,  burns, scalds, etc., or for, chafed  and chapped skins. It removes  all danger of germ-infection,  poisoning or inflammation, and  heals the most trou blesome wound  Or Safe Wttxx ic_iar.sC2._ia e_3���������.  ZMH-BUK is "& Surgery In a  Twe-gnsh Sss," s_s-fa_T fls? botis  Aecfdents, and Skin Bisease.  New  Mounted  Police   Posts  I  TUi-a*  M_bV  Const.nation and  ���������m  i-n  Doh't   takex chances.   Get  Carter's  Little Liver-Pills  right now.   They  never  fail to make the  liver do its duty.   They  -relieve constipa- 8 gm a WV&mf^B^CEf  tion. banish   in-  t^AM ������ E-R ������$  lJ.?f t?!s,,������?:- JMTTI.E   _  drive &u. bsis- ^_ g||- - ^* _3Tr___������--S  ousness, stop    -*��������� ���������--���������--  dizziness,  clear the com-   plexion.  put a -healthy glow on the  cheek and sparkle in the-eye.   Be sure  and get the genuine.. ���������*���������*"  ftmallB E*JIl*==fi_3a-lIl*aser-S_5-__' Wsl&s  Students to Become Farmers  Will  Don't wonder whether* "you -can dye  or tint^ successfully, because iierfect  home dyeing is" guaranteed with "Diamond Dyes" even if you have never  dyed before. Druggists have all colors.  Directions" in each' package.  H.M.S. Lion's Fate  College   Boys   in   Great   Britain  ."' Emigrate^*������ Canada  Professor William*, "_bchead��������� of Mac-  Donald Agricultural College, ( McGill  University, Montreai, who has been  "canvassing public schools in the cnd.iL-  ed_.Kingdom, with a view to encouraging students to take an agricultural  course in Canada, reports that his  mission, has met with-favor. _ .Boys  at Eton, Sarrow, Rugby and' other  British colleges have shown keen*-" interest in the matter, Professor Loc-  head says, and he,, expects that'a considerable -number of. them, will^ emigrate to the-Dominion next year,  For Aches, Pains  The Safe Home Remedy  ���������*-���������"   ________ -*������"  NERVILINE  Hi _ r.\r>a   rt*_ a ������ wjnj  d__di o ntRLin  When sudden sickness comes; awhen  the kiddies eome .in with colds, their  little chests and    throats    sore    from  coughing:, quick results always follow,  a vigorous rubbing with good old Ner-  Must      Beatty's      Famous      Flagship  ,    Become Only "Scrap Iron?"  The Admiralty announcement - that,  owing tc the terms of the Washington  agreement, it is not possible to a*_pid  scrapping the   famous   battle , cruiser-  Lion, has caused, regret in naval circles, where it was hoped that the life-  of Beatty's flagship might be prolonged for -a few more" years.  , It has been urged In many quarters  that the vessei should be preserved as  a national war relic.  The vessel has been sold to a firm  of shopbreakers, for ������77,000, and it is  yet uncertain where she will be "broken up."  The Lion, Which mounted eight 13.5-  inch guns and had engines of "70,000  horsepower,, took a conspicuous .part  Established In Far North  Three    new    detachments    of-   the  Royal  Canadian  Mounted police  will  be established-this conriag'summer at  Fort Bae, on the northwest arm of the.  Great Slave. Lake and at Fort Providence  and   Port   Good   Hope   o.n v the  Mackenzie River.      With the increased number of trappers going into the  Northwest Territories "and the, Arctic)  it^has been found    necessary ''to    increase the1* number of the-'men  who  patrol    the_  north,* while   additional  work  for  the  Mounted  Police   looms  ahead in the shape    of    putting   into  force the recent regulations  concerning- . hunting-   and   trapping  preserves  for    the    Indians and Eskimos,���������Ed-  dtnonton' Bulletin. , -  _^w     _0_^*-* __"?tti������*'  another day--*.'-_������  Itch trig.Bleeding, or _*rotrud--  ing Piles. No  'surgical -oper-  ,    . a tion required.  Dr. Chase'*" Ointment will relievo you at once  'and afford, lasting .ens-fit. 60c a box; all  dealers, or Kdmanson, Bates * Co., Limited.  Toronto." Sample Box free If you tnendon tbls  paper and enclose 2c. stamp to pay postage.  MONEY ORDERS  Remit by Dom'nion Express Money  Order. - If lost or stolen you get your  money back. .  ZIG-ZA������  rZSZ. ,_^'_7_D5_d2"_?*r_* I ������-.��������������������� -*-*���������������������������������-1?-*?**"- B-n^-tb. first.  it brings ease and- comfort so quickly. | encounter       between..  -super-Dread  _:or- young ana old, to overcome xne  minor ills .that constantly arise in the  home, nothing compares with "Nervi-  llne."-^-35 cents at all dealers.  -Engineers are preparing plans for  a concrete tower used as a wireless  station will be 1.200 feet high.   .  IN THE SPRING  Proven best  Since 1857  lime tested  ''���������*���������;���������  V-,  FREE BABY BOOKS  "Write to The. Borden Co.  Limited; Montreal, tor  two Q&by Welfare BooUa,  The Spring is a time of anxiety to  mothers .who h4ve little ones in the  home. Conditions make it iiecessary  to keep the baby indoors. -He Is often  confined to overheated, badly ventilated "rooms and catches colds which  rack his whole system. To guard  against this a bosf of Baby's Own Tablets should be ke_>t in the house and  an occasional dose given the baby to  keep������*hisi stomach and bowels working  vegularlyT This will prevent colds,  constipation or colic and keep baby  well. The Tablets are sold by rnedi-  cine dealers or by mail at 25 cents a  box "from The Dr. Williams Medicine  Co!, Brockvllle, "Ont7  After Every Meal  It's flic Iongcst-Iast_n{f  confection you can buy  ���������and It's a Itelp to digestion and a c_eoiiscr  f or the itioutli  a5_H���������fi "E������e*iBlo  Wrl0ley,>s means  benefit as well as  pleasure*  '   v"^ .   ��������� *.!. .   i-   'll<i ..,'>-.  iA'Sealed"  ��������� . I. A I    AVm  tmty  *-^*-rxrKHge  Km  ''Mi  ^Standby" Cakes  - *-  To Be Served At Tea Or At Luncheon  7   Or With  Other  DesBert-n  For use with this and other desserts  'and to serve with tea or at luncheon  one may bake these attractiyej'stand-  by" cakes instead of the usual cookies. These get their name because  they arc Hie housewife _J'standby"~  they can be kept on hand always and,  ihstead of gettihg stale, they improve  "V*-lth.:agp.,. ,,- ...  Cream tliree-quarters of a cup of  butter and then, gradually add a cupful of hrown sugars .Boat two eggs  well and stir tliera. upJ - Sift .together  a, cup and a hulf ot flour, a -Ichhpoom  of cinnamon; a quarter "teaspoon of  cloves and half a teaspoon of nutmeg  (this Inst may bb omitted if desired),  and add.these to the other Jnjjxeulents.  Then stir In a cup of aecdlestPralslns  and half ii cup of chopped nuts.  Place the batter by. siioonful������ on  shallow gieased cuamoled waro bale-  In-* pans and bake until brown.  . Externally or Internally, it is Good.  ���������When applied externally by brisk  rubbing, Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil  opens the pores and penetrates tlie tissue," touching the seat of the trouble  and immediatelj- affording relief. Administered internally, it will still the  irritatibn. in the throat which induces  coughing and will relieve affections, of  the bronchial tubes and respiratory  organs.     Try it and be convinced.  Under a new law in China the con-  sent' of a father and mother has to  be obtained before a divorce can be  granted.'  -U.'.",,'"."- ,     .. ���������    MRS. ROSE PETERS  V  '������������������wi  gMffll  j -To have children sound and healthy  Via the,Awl care ol' a mother. Thoy  I cannot'bo healthy if troubled with  J worms. Uoe! Mother Craves* Worm  j .Exterminator. ..  l Minard's Liniment -for Sprains  nougnts���������ana   in   tne   jutiana   oattie,  during- which 99 officers and men were  killed. ' t       ��������� A    -  In  the** latter fight  the vessel  was  on  fire,  but Major Harvey, who "had  both legs shot off, saved the ship by"  ordering the magazines to be flooded  ���������gallantry which was rewarded after  his death by the V.C.  \.  ^   Capacity Audiences Expected  "Lightnln'"    "Will      Attract      Many  "Visitors to "Winnipeg Next  Week l  A deluge of mail orders from sur  rounding towns and a steady demand  at the box office from city dwellers  forecast a series off capacity audiences  f-H-i" LIghtninV" at the Walker Theatre next wee}-:, beginning Monday  night, April 14. Because of its longr  runs In JST^w York and Chicago the  play has been anxiously awaited and  ft is a jmatter of genuine satisfaction  that John Gjolden is sending, for an  introductory tour of; Northwest Canada, the same cast that will go to  London next summer. It is headed  by Thomas Jeffersbni, son of the late  Joseph Jefferson, as ; Bill Tone's, and  Bessie Bacon, daughter, of the late  Frank Bacon, as the vamping vaudeville actress whose divorce suit enlivens ' the famous courtroom sCene.  Miss Bacon appeared with her father  during^ "Llghtnln's" historic three  years' run on Broadway.       - -  For the Winnipeg engagement a  matinee Is announced for Gopd Friday  In. addition to the regular* Wednesday: and Saturday afternoon performances, '*"''��������� '"  The "Lightnln" company will also  Iday engaBements In Saskatoon, Rc-  glnn, Moose .Taw, INfedlclne. Hat', Lcth-  brUlgCj Edmonton,.,Calgary, Vancouver and Victoria before returning to  the Stat(*r* for engagements in Seattle  and Portland.  B-.C. Lumber Coco to U.S.  American oi'dci'd 'lor luunjb<-r pfoduc-  cd hy the interior mountain mil la ot  British Columbia and Wcs-tern Alberta, are tho source of a very Batia-  factory volume of business; this j-prlng.  I- Cigarette Papers  Lar_<e Double Book  e^._������    a   __.__  _i  -1   Finest You. Can Buy/ ^_Jfe#  fl A^CHO IMITATIONS   "g*  AGENTS WANTED  TO COLLECT SCRAP IRON AND  S* a a ������_.    .^_^_.  r-iii-    !<j>  T������ J. POWELL..  415  Mclntyre  Blk., "Winnipeg  ^ftcr^a^*������=>o-^^->aftc^s^-t-���������tt������^^e"^-  (5. Bad Breath    ���������    I  Overcome  :'1  "Bad breath is a sign of decayed  teeth, foul stomach or unclean  II bowels.-* If your teeth ore good,  _, look to your digestive organs at  -"? once. Get Seigc".'** Curative Syrop  IJ at druggists. l5to 30 drops after  _, meals, dean up your food passage  S and stop the. bad breath odor*.  A-s.' '..7*7".",'', Do not  If  buy substitules* Get the genuine.  -���������c* i������<=b>a-_viv-r^tKC=-^^  Toronto Woman Adyises  Young MothersI  Toronto, Ont.r~"During*" all my yoava  of wifehood and motherhood I have had  Buch\ (treat comfort #om thn uso of  Dr; Pierce's Favorl.to proscription that  X do not hesitate to rocoramond It to  other women who ncod atrongtlf and  liolp during expectancy. 'Favorite Pro*  pcrlptlon" rcliovotl mo of aill nauaoa*  pr sick stomach, nnd kopt mo well ana  strong, I took this splendid tonic ancl-  ncrvlno'durlng each "Of my four expoct-  rint period-*-and I fool qui to snre that, my  bU/blei" wcro just as greatly. bo no U ted u-i  I mysolf, for thoy woro plump and  cxcQudiiif-ly iiuutliUy from th*- (hab  wiomont."���������Mrs. Rosa Potcra, No. 237  Backvlllo Stroofc.  Hoatth Is most Important to ������very  ���������woman.   You cannot, afford to -ncglaWb  .-|t when your neighborhood druggist can .   ,, , ���������, .    ,   _  supply you with Favorite Proscription,,        A blplnno rocontly renched  the as-  En tablota or lltiuld.    Thia Proscription     Umlshlug Bpeud ������C*213 iulU-u an hour.  Is niado In Dr. Plorce'H Laboratory iu _ , f  Brldgcburg, Out'    Send 10 ccnta thcro -,   it you witui u> tnal piiuUuiiu. * minard's Liniment Melfeves Coida  ;~Sobk"^  ', A S-at*-, R.������>,ri-ll-l������ I r'eiulAtln*;,"  .rne-dlcme.*,ci'������.n.m, .'5*U h>:  lHi*--.������'rcifr������<tl liter.������llvl 'N<i, I,- $���������!,,  l'N(������,i,S.i, NftJ,.'V. 'Wi t'������v '11  i'tu^vmi, or ('ftl-f-iVi-iiii<--r> rrrf i| i..  v..J.j^jk*^' Fi������f jY������nf>KI������i.', Sp :,. ��������� '-''  THE COOK WEPIClNt'CO^  i'���������������������������'-T������r������nt������ fforWnlj' WMi������r'*';' '������������������-"���������'���������  .'-,. i*i ..���������-.., ii.,-. i-.-iim ;m'<.-!, - .,n' .-i.: .i  ^    VWK   NEW  f-ta-KNOHL MEMKDV.    .  THEKAPIOIM No. 1  THERAPION N0.2  THERAPION N0.3  ���������s. I ffer niadeUr CUit-rrn.ill*-, a far Blood *  Okla D tataus. Ho. ������������o*rChronicW������r_u-*m11.  ���������oi.n Bvt-jkDtwr. ciicuistx.vkick (M KMGi.At-ri.3a.  D-.LKCuic M������d,t:������.l-������a*r������t������Und,N.W.������,Ltvna������\������,  ok Mail Si -ko-t, w.--koktSt. k������st. Tmonto,  ���������������>���������������.  br. p*-.c  S-irmtr wkst,   Uontrki-l.  ���������MOH,  *V.     IN.      IU,  --1.W  mwmmtm  m*WmmW  'mm1mmWm*m.Mmmt  &UKtmmmmxs&&i3^  l-WMlW-M-l  mm THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C.  Subscription : 62.50 a year in advance.  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C. F. Hayes. JESdtfccr and Owne*,  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, MAY 30  Be Careful How You Vote  The charter for tlie incorporation  of Creston as3a village has arrived,  and very shortly the citizens will  be called upon to elect three commissioners to administer the affairs  of the village.  In the sek ction of these corr>  missioneis one thing is certain, political likes and dislikes will he er-  tirely forgotten. Special care will  be Exercised by all   to~ fleet   three  f  j OGILVIE Goods are dependable  ���������llfs  m Sam  __  RH   I  101    illp   iU}Js  *Thats where the  Chautauqua  committee  is going!  Forget your troubles  r i_  JUJ-l    d    WCCIi  -���������and use  OliSSiiOi  Flour  4-inoh  __ Be ������ S*-B    A   f_  omrLAr  at  per M.  AT THE MILL.  Canyon City Lumber  Company, Ltd.  men who have   shown   ability   in  whatever   public offices they  may  have  *J������-C&*bM<}  k   _Ta  w,ho  - -       jjc* * O  ber may  constitute the new  iature. *    ".    '    ' '  proven  themselves a success, in whatever  calling in-life "they -may, follow, and  whose personal character and conduct generally, like Ce&sar's wife is  above reproach. "*-  In short, everyone will do his utmost to elect commissioners who  will be . likely to give Creston  efficient   administration   with  doe  economy.  And   all  will be  ������������������    <*  this great care wi_  exercised to make sure that Creston  *__=������.  will "get full  value   for   not   more  than approximately $5000 that will  constitute the  new village revenue  _n demanding" a. policy, or eno  greatest good to the greatest number ehali prevail the electors of  Cresjtdn eonatftuency will at ones  conolorlih^fchei necessity of a riding,  that is afcany rqste 30 per cent, i-iir-  al, having as its-representative a  practical farmer,, .because the best  interests of agriculture are likely* to  be promoted jqsfc in proportion'to  the number and ability cf the far__?  era who.have seats in  the legiala-  to forget parties a,ltogether and sel- enough to let political bias lead us  eefc the" most capable man offering t"-to   selecting- s.   second   best "to  for election.'   If .this -pdSloy is ob  served   in   every  - eonsfeffciieiioy.' it  look-after  our.interests in matters-  many, more felines -greater frosktth^  wonVmttoh ssatter -w-hat party is I dollars and cents standpoint, tossy  hrthe majority. * [nothing* at all of-the other legishv-  Frbm 1916  to 1S2&-* Creston h������P^-,^ttirfy?������*OT������;^fll^i^  had - legislative   representation . of  one party, and since 1920 our repre-  ~* which amount some $ouUU win  be paid in direct taxation.  .������  On June 20th the people of British Columbia are called upon to el  eot 48 representatives   to   conduct  the affairs of this province   for the  next four years, of whicEFthe Ores  ton district will select one.  According to   the-Canadian Son  stitntion  the things the legislature  of British Columbia can do���������all tho  authority   it   can'   exercise���������is   'as  specifically set   forth   as ��������� are    the  powersconferred iu th������- commissioners who will direct- the   affairs   of  Creston village, and, broadly speaking, the latitude given the   legislature   of  this province is, to  all intents   and   purposes,   the   same as  that conceded the   village com mis  sioners, only on   a  more  scale.  Remembering this it at   once oe-i  comes apparent that if the province  is to   be successfully governed   the  wise thing for the  voter is to select'. ���������  W-aa i?s-*ia Briw-������_c������ #-*���������_������#���������������. _���������_ vm   *_���������������������������������-_    I B*iA*1rf*.mlc>*in*f*i������������-u-.  I B  ��������� IClC-     K-.ptVCUIIVI������VlV<U    M.MM      VIBO     *������=-_**-. idPa ������i*t ���������_ *_T        ���������'  with  the  same care and with   the  same   open   mind   as he selects' a  village commissioner.    Indeed, even  greater care should'be exercised be  cause instead~*-6f  a matter of $5000  of public money to   be handled the  legislature will have  at its disposal  not.less than $18,000,000.00.  j     If the. province is to get value for  its money   assuredly   a    representative who in the conduct o������ his own  business   is     known     to   combine  efficiency   with economy is   a consideration .of first importance, along  with "which .should   go the   fullest  possible   acquaintance with  public  affairs generally, so that in matters  other* than financial men capable of  administering along the lines of-the  greatest good to the greatest )aim-  Interested political workers may  try "iot teli yoU" that if thia party,  or that party, or'even a third party, is elected to office all our economic difficulties will" be readily solved, almost by magic one would expect, to Jiear them" talk, bub the  factnstill remains* that the "Creator  did not "endow* ahjf particular party  in this province"? at any rate, with  all the present-day legislative wisdom, and that" the? only safe plan is  -v -  sentative has beerrof -the other^political stripe, ������_:<jf by this, time all  should be awake to the fact that  j-he "party* hasf little to do" with it.  If-your representative has, the, personality and - the,. abiKty. the interests of Creston constituency in particular, and the. province in general, is quite safe' no matter . -what  party happens to control the as"  sembly. ���������   - -"       ;    '   *  All of whiehgets ua back to the  starting paint.- that if in the conduct of our? village affairs "we can  submerge partyism to make sure of  efficiency with 'economy with" a  matter of only $5000 at stair  ly we are   not soino*. to he  uiivwai uauioo  IjOlIt- bO-J) kGOu. iu'  British Columbia is now experiencing.     \      ;*   " " 7: *   71, . '"  Angliean Gftureh Services  SUNDAY. JUNE .9  7.30 p.m.  -      KHMAAJjSLMS.  S and 10.30 a.m.  Far   e>   imagm**-  va.i.  Pianoforte^ &rgdn  Singing Lessons  ">>   ur������������������-}*  is di -y-rri>  %jmrJLsM*Jk'Qt9 -  f.O. !������H  THIRTY  MILLION  JL-^"4_^ JL-- J__f_-__ Jt."__J������  INVESTED  IN   SAWMILLS  AND IN LOGGING EQUIPMENT IN B.G. INTERIOR  Inland Timber Industries Have  Payroll of $10,000,000  WATER   NOTICE  U8K AN-D 8TOKAOK  Taki; rtotico that U*o Wont Kontoimy Powor  St JJffhl, Camp/any, UmlUxl. who#w> nAUrem In  ItoftHland, B,<.., v-lll upply for a Hcciimj to take  and timr ������-7fl.MW aero font nn-l toHtoro07B,_4K) acre  foetof wat^r In low water period out or Kootenay r^tlcc, which Ho-*-h wRatorJ"* and drain-*  Into Cohirtibli. Illvor at Ciu-tlosrar. ���������  The Htorafro dam will bo lomtod at Granite,  B.C. '  Thf- c������pa������lt*- of th������ mtwrvolr tn I***- frww%f*������l 1������������  about (-7H.MM) asm root and It will Hood no prtv-  atoly-owncd land. Tho wator will: Im> dlvertwl  from t.h������ hi mam at tho dam nlt������ nt O rani to ami  u������������d at tho work* of tho Comimny on KootVenny  lllv<ii-. n������il will bo uM������d for power pnrpowow  appui-tonant to tho workM nnd iiiul^rtaklnKM of  rho Company.  ThlH notloo wtut nontod on tho unround on tho  8th day of Mat, li)_i.  A copy of thiH notloo and an application pur-  miant thorotn. and to tho Wator A-rt, I01#. will  ho flinfl In the* otn<*o of tho Wat4*r lt*-<rnrrt������r,  at NolHon. R(J,  W1J* he unv.1 in c<u.uv<:Uou with ami ttud-at  tho nownrH if ranted undor Bpoclal Act now  hnld l������y tlio Company.  The petition for tho approval of tho undor.  taklnnr *w* P<-" ff^Unn 7. or tht* Aot will Im*  heard In tho ofllco of tlio tloar.d of Invowtffir-v-  tion a" i dato to b������ flxod by tho Comptroller,  and any Intorowtoil pow-on may flier an ohj������������tfotr  Mioroto In tho otftlco of ������ho Re-rnptroifer of  Wator Itlnrhtx. Parliamont lltilldln-p*. Vl������t/>i-fa,  M.O., or tlio Halo Wator lUsoordor. within  thirty day������ after tho flr������f, app**aran<-������ of tn!*������  notloo ln n local nnwurpnper.  Tho dato of the) drat p-ihlloatlrm of thin notice  |n pin- -h  1������>M  'WEBT ICOOTrCNA V POWER & LIGHT  COMIMNY, AppFloanr.  JLOTC.VK A. CAMI'IIEU-, Aif_  lit.  ' APPROXIMATELY 1$30,000,-  000 is invested in lumber mills and  logging eqmpmelitin inland British  Columbia.  At a conservative estimate 8000  men are engaged in. the combined  timber industries of. the interior,  with a payroll of close on $1,0,000,-  000.  The standing   timber  of  inland  British   Columbia is  reckoned   at  150,000.000,000  feet    and    43%   of  the area is   described   as   absolute  forest land.  According to the last ofBoial report published, there ar<?i about 150  sawmill-i and shingle mills operating, with a daily qapacity of  <f.000,000"feet.  Heavy Production in 1923  In 1023 the logging cam pa in tho  interior produced 442,000,000 feet  of logs of all descriptions and the  value of the sawn lumber alone was  not less than $8,000,000. In addition large quantities of-poles, fence  posta railway ties, shingle bolts,  etc., would add many hundreds of  thousands of  dollars- to  this total.  The pole and tie industry of Con*  tral and Northern B.O. is develop  Jug into a moat important branch  of logging. Ah yet tlin pulp and  paper industry has no plant operating in the interior although an on*  ormous quantity of tho vory Wriest  pnl'pwood on the continent in available-.  These foots and figures demon-  ���������tr;ito t.ho vitt.l ���������i(--H������i'bi.t������'i������-- of iIm  jiilaud htmhftr industry to tho whole  province oP British Columbia.  500 New ponders never shown before.  50 Trained, Feat-performing Horses.  250 Jatnpitig-, Clamarous Uiowas.  90 Foo|i~I>iv"ers���������graceful���������agile.  Clowns���������Freaks���������Educated Elephants.  Fat Men���������Thin Men-���������BeardedJ_adies/  Aquatic Feats���������Aerial Stunts.  Elegant i!_qaestriennes���������Everything  new and different and more wonderful than ever in  T������ae ������SsWmmt&si &Sa*mi*f mm^mpiis.  ������  __     _  -*^a*������,  A.������ _k.T-  3*^-1  JACKIE and a CIRCUS aii in one BIG PICTU  - ��������� "     , c^_  i  cSb oksansS  *,-  Attractive Values in  I-1.   ...i.mMI..  ���������.V !  .Our stock of MEN'S SHIRTS is complete and all our  ���������&'^A'-���������:::Shirts are cut roomy  77-' ;  "'"'���������    r'^xA-ZW^' 'Z" "j'"Ay\ :..;_ -A*:. ���������",-���������"' ' ���������'.;'���������, ���������������������������:���������;��������� ;, '. ; ���������, **  MEN$S W^Cll^l^ ^J_MI������T_S in ICbaki, Old Hickory and Bin������ :......1.50 to $2.00  DRESS StilkTS in W^ Irish Balloon Cloth, Repps,  Twill"C;0fc&*j"^ with collars attached  .1.65 to $3.50  and detached n t  These Shirts are manufactured for us by Forsyth, Delparhf Toof^es  and other first-class makers  Our MEN'S UNDERWEAR for SUMMER  j- include Watson's ^ud Pie^^  Shirts and Drawers at $1.00 each. Atiiltotic'Unde*^^r;'.isbfc'(1.85  MEN'S CGTTON SOCKS,, Black and Brown, at 2Sc.  SIUC LISLE SOCKS, Black or Brown, 45 and SSc.'"  sassssaasmsmsa  ts_sx=-___3=sa*!  Cjp__. mm j������i_n_Bi'jn__ bl M  PBrCTnM  m  D_PAIilTII b   i^ii  nijftni i EL.E.   IjIJ  t-iivi-i n__r  Pi  1  !  11  lj*������3������g^^  wm  mmm  wmm,mkm*'mnmmmimmm 4    -  '-       .  ��������� -"���������..��������� - J  .* - -.*��������� >*-���������������_  1 -  :'-t.;"7*sr" -rr* A������\AA<;A '":-  /   ���������  <WHH"K! * JT_������VOnftAV���������r    ���������*p_-^'B_--_���������'  Local and Personal  Norman   Moore,    district - foi-estei?  Or-mbrook.   -will''give   is's. 1-ecttsre^  ^'Mountains of  Gold,*" in  t_e^P_rieh"  ��������� HslLon the evening at. JfriSay, June  13th. under the auspices of the Won.-'  enrs Institute. ~      *��������� '-    - "   -.--.-"_"''  Returning officer Busfell Leamj- has  opened an office on the second, floor of  the former Imperial Bank' building,  and will   have  Stanley. Hendren. a~  assistant returning officer until - after  polling on June 20th.   ^        " * ". ,  Mr. Ring at Taber was a holiday  visitor here with Mr. and Mrs. Hay-  <uSws "Viecoj-ia Avenue, and -hia two  -daughters wh&~*h&ve been with. Mrs.  Hayden for ^several, weeks," returned  with htm on Monday. \  ' - - ��������� ���������        .  Notwithstanding" the superior, at  traction in music^ight at Qhattfca_qu|*  the Provincial _*������ny announce.a rally  in the Grand on "Wednesday, June 4th,  _ at which the party leader, ������en. Mo  ���������������������"-. _������d ofchersg "wiii'-^pea���������.  -  ' *--"%-     ":    "���������*  Creston will have nt le&&% one renre-  *" ������    i ,  - -  -tentative at the British Empire Exhibition, which is due; to run from May  toNo-s-ensber at.-Wembley,, near fjon-  don, l_aglnpc1s in Mr, OakleyB who l������*ft  for the Old" Country ab tbe end of the  week.   ������   *" /   -  _ 3������tm Waller^oi "Keiqwna arrived on  Monday s,���������_ has^oined ������p with the  "staff of -Creston Co Operative. Fruit  Exchange:; He wfltbe in charge of  shipping during the soft fruit season,  and will later on. foe in charge of- the  warehouse, at whieK 3������brk he has had  considerable experience. " * ��������� -.  JXke weather still continues to look  like rain ataicst every. day, but the  only precipitation experienced was on  -Saturday night <*-*he_i a shower hardly  sufficient'to lay the-dust- .happened.  along about 8.90. According to "-the  .Weather observers it -was four months  Wednesday since the last real rain fell  "in Lhe., Valley.   -  At the Provincial Party nominating  convention at Nelson on Wednesday  night Mrs. W. Garland Foster, who is  ������*r p*rc������*���������r3y swaw -h.%* l2*ss wesa gss of  {-the- ri.ding. although resident at Nel-  I son. was the choice   of candidate, for  -*_ ^_   .=.'  sse _ys FOR  mW   - _-.      "-,     ^^���������fc, ������U  *_B" *���������       _t__    insect _rowcfeiv'li*.^��������� ������plapu  Oil ���������itrb������*ella9 ������__��������� -?    25c  Joss Sticks,' bos.--��������� ' ���������  1*00^  Mentholatumii 25 and 50c    7 ";  -       -,_-"*������    -    r-       *    - ->.    ���������-- <-  ��������� T ���������  *****_   -      IP II Ml               __v_S'~   * ��������� m _" ���������������* ���������"������"'  a iy * oa_i:iwQsqiiitQ, motions* a&c,  I  a..'fr.J*������rt_a_iibln ' -    ^77.,  .  . .       ' '      "7  ^r������ff-4_._V \CAn#A^__-*--:  I  &h*  -���������*-_, ���������t,  u  r  J  g rauvsuw���������* ^^3 B "g������S   sJs���������i U 1  "I  The Budget Has Made a Difference  in the Price of Farm  Implements  There Is a reduction of $5.50 in the price of Mowers and corresponding  reductions on all implements!   Order your repairs now and be     -  sure -of having your machines in g������pd -thane for haying.  Tho dry weather rt-dncei* the plant food readily avHitMble In the soil,  ^���������������������"������e������������ ������-*������������������������ *jae off -fertallaei- very necessary. BUEftNS" STAND-  ARD FBRTI1LIZBR, JMT trogen 8%,   Phosphoric Acid 10%,  Potash  1/0.   About 20% of the nitjMigen is derived from nitrate of -todn- the    -  balance from organic sources, thus giving the plant tx. small nc>i tion    or uvaiinble nitrogen in order, to start un,early growth.  CHAS? MURRBLI.'  SUMMER HOLIDAYS!  Plan Your Trip via the-  Canadian Pacifier Railw^ay  *   /  Specially Reduced Fares  Eastern Canada and the United States  Either ALL HAIL or via the GBEAT LAKES.  ON SALE NOW, Return Limit October 31st.  r !;'at.:;tfTtei'BUNG-4LOW,;G^M^ ."-���������.;  in old oloth������8 and Qoiinfert.    Camps at Lake Wapta; L^ko 0"Hara,Yoho  Valley, Enu raid Lak������ CImlefc, Moraine Lftko,...Stbran".Mottntaih."  Vnrmilion River, Sinclair Hot ������prsngs"*ind, iLalcc WSwdormoro,  Theno Camps are open July 1st to SopternhB-r 15th.  ���������   The famous *'Ttanm-Canada Limited** \n now rnomnp;  ��������� x...a   ������������ttiiV::w*thi^ ; ��������� :���������      ; :;'t) ������������������������������������'���������������������������  Information ns to far������s, and aanintai-no in making y'onr planu wilt be  -ohee^jli'ljy;given. :ljy ;:aiiy Tiokw^^Agent; pt:th&, ,-,:  -    -   --., ;��������� ".*���������  _y._!__.i_Bv_"^H   t  EST x "HS __m ������9 fiBr _^S    *l ^BH^H^^^B^ff *  WTS   mS^B^SMSf   *-*--   *^B   _       ^OT   H   ^BS   WM   ^n   m*    p   IB3   ft_      ^^Q^^^^^^^^QB^S"  " i^'id_^:(i__''������':i_^''i'''ic  the Creston. riding, and arrived here k_  on Thursday to get campuigQ arra-f-gs*- =  mentk.under way.^ Creston had five  dslegat^at^th^'ejjlnvenfcsoa an T. S������.  Sdmondspn, R. _������unont, Chas. Mur-  j-ell. A. Comfort and K. Kleist.  Walter _Awri������4jwhp has been holi-  daying^t California points, as well as  Portland,- - Oa*e.,; -rfor t he pastTflve  monthsC arrived back on Monday and  has resumed work as assistant C.P.R.  agent, -Boh Beaton returning to Cranbrook on Tuesday.  -    .._*-*-*.   -. -*"-"   '  =  _utnougn tne _ paragraph  distinctly  stated that the'price is right.it really  wasn't, so'Mr. ^oolvexton,  Watkins  dealer,-tells us, in connection" with the  "Watkins sewing tnachine^ oil ndVerlis-  ed last week. - The -price should have  read;4& cents, not 75c.  Mrs.' Norris and- daughter, Rita, left-  ������n Saturday fer^Victpria^ wh������i*e^they-  are stopping f45r- the, .present with her  sister, Mrs. "HL JK. "Wood. '.Mr. "Norris  is still busy straightening up affairs  here, but-will deleaving for the coast  B-0 ���������������!,"-. *A.i_j������ -.-.t���������   _.l''--t_ ^  ^*g     s/^__>   ������-&&������_   *������JT   i,������������S      SVEIc?4^_  Corp. Smith of the R.C.M.P. got  back ot. Friday from a day's outing on  the mails lake at- Kaslo bringing with-  him a 14-poand salmon which he landed the day previous en a.~ troll, almost  twenty taimitesj������eii)& required to safely land, the piscatorial beauty. -  The charter- incorporating Creston  ���������FiSlage Jtrri vj*d frbj^-" "FSstoriji at the  end of the* week, and the first meeting  of the t*mpori*ry * ���������otnmiss-ion&rs _*������_s  held on Monday* afternoon, at which  CJ. _B. C-arland was^fselectcid chairman,  ������������3 W. O. Taylor appointed as tero  porary village clerk. .The permanent  board, of t-oniUiissiecers will he electc-d  in July.- .--""  The basebali fraternity should be  ont in full force f������ii Sunday afternoon,  June 1st, at 2 o'clstrk for the -opening  game of the _e_son at Exhibition  Park. Yahk wilPbe Creston _ oppon-  fi"t*ts and. with the -locals playing the  same-sort of ball a*^ they displayed at  Porthill on the I8th the game ������hould  be a. good one.' "-Preston's battery will  W&A ^V������.������fl���������.?*_v *%m.A   TW.A^Tar .  \-* ' '        -"-"n_- Z  ^ Menthol-CamphorJOintment, a highly "refined, antiseptic' ointment for the  "relief of catarrh, ,cpSds, influenza, bay  fever, cronp. pnpunioniaJ sore throaty  neuralgia, chilblaihs,^ chapped hands  or fane, insect bitesr-eold sores, piles,  burns..-When u.ses>spari������g)y is highly  efffectivef������p   use ,a_fterj- shaving.   AI-*  nEfnYrc* Sr^k������.n-_ ^..m f%._-a_.ji"_..&.   \   T^    K.     \PtXeinb  a_*_������,S  ..^.^.f^J ._^v..   ...3  ������Kra...ul^vJ   .i.   J_q     aT7���������?0_���������  vt.rn.t-nn J?CS7a*J������i-.������--^-|-������a&*-.���������-"-an������������������������:���������   --'     '       ."SvV^     ""-/l?^     _        "  t-. John Ixorcross, l_iberai5 candidate in  the*Cres1������ri������-e6a8t3tu*>ncy, is spending  the latter part of^the;.week at Creston  Valley points, getting acquainted with  the "electorate. Having campaigned  through here in 3921 with* Levi W.  S-umphrey, M.Pir for "West l-oo-tenay,  Mi*. _������orcros8 is very vouch at home  with a lot of people he is meeting, and  his reception  is exceptionally cordial.  The Conservatives opened the election campaign at the^eaat end of the  riding with n rally at Boswell on Fri  dn y night last, ut which the speakers  were Col. Lister, Major Mallandaine  and- C B. Garland.- The candidate  and Major Mallandaine left again on  Tuesday on a speaking tour further  west. "With Chautauqua taking np  all of n<f*ct week the campaign in Ores-  ton Valley will be quite a Bhurt one.  Since the npp6aran*-er of the cutoff  notice by the waterworks company  there has -been quite -a decided improvement In the water supply. Man  tiger Mallandaine states that there 1s  no shortage of water Jbut due to the  entire abaence of rain users have boon  putting too much water on lawns and  gardens. Some of the springs Rupply-  Ing the system are not running yet,  which* hIbo accounts for a certnlnlnck  of pxessure. i      ,J~:  Provincials Have  Lady Candidate  , NELSON, May 20-^Mra. Garland  Poster of Nelson whb unum-inously  choBon as the nominee of the Creston  riding Provincial party, hy standing  wol������o, ut the -p���������r_y'ti nounBi^uLliii^ oou-  vontlon hold In the. bnaril of trade  rooms hero last night, after tho other  three nominees hod withdraw^ In liar  fityor, following n receao. Thoao horn-  ineos wereT. M/'EdtnondeOn, Creoton;  Robert Lamont, Crcaton, und Charlss  Hlllhian of FruitvMle. 7  Speeches wore mado by J. Redmond,  K.uuloopa; Muck Ann able of Trull) J.  ttnjt'nfcraak of Sonlh S!p������*������tiia, ������utl c-uch  one of the four nominees.  Mr. Edmondson, ch������������1vm������si, efgncd  Mx-s. Foster's * nomination papmrs, aa  the mover of the resolution, and Mr*.  G. K. Ash by of South Slogan, as the  ueconder. .-' ' -������������������-���������-".:���������  When th<i nominationa weno over  the convention resolved Itself Into n  campaign oommltt-ie, with Mir. "Kd-  naonelsou as ehalrnaan Mr. |_flirat>nt aa  brtiaiUi'v.  Mi'H. Foater leaves for Crestiin this  u-sii'iittiiis to begin tl'ic C4iitipi.Igry.-_  B~fI"C5������0"LiifcSl>  limx  After all results are what thet average  car- buyer   wants from   his pmr&ha&e  ^_ "��������� ��������� ~ * ���������*  It is the consistent return of resalts and satisfaction  that is snaking the Superior Ghevrolefc the greatest  buy in the high grade low-priced ear field today  and gives the purchaser the feeling of satisfaction  that he has received dollar for dollar value in his  car.    Ask the man who owns one*.  .  CHEVaOLBT MOTOR _ARS"__"������>  A&S8ST&.   __-_uc_s  FAm_AN3������83WORSS LIQ5TIN'-:  -r-E^ASig-rx s. GAS S-JSZH"^    _  MEAT MERCHANTS  TRYOlUt  SHAlMROCKZPORK sausage  An economical dish, easy to serve.  _������_  -5.  I  m^..y.mi.\n.a*    ������?������������t������  jrgAJSS,  _������_*%w������r_V &Wt!& jLARLk  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  ,  .    government graded, highest quality^  FRESH and CURED FISH  all varieties; ,_,  Choicest BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BURNS8IDEAL POULTRYFOQB  increases egg production and produces better poultry.    Buy the best.  wrrm> vtvmtmac.  mm  i  I  Jk .*   " Ij lias been the aim of this Bas_fc������  A ^������ - sis-ce ita in.ce������tio_s._ to fee "hbssls-*  13A������.������A-i.^r thing iitjiS-^ thaa a sa_���������_������ s������psisi-  X^SSTSOfiO.1 t5f3r *������r &*&������s-    Its policy hss  _^ *--������-* ������_** always b������3en to tender a serdce  S_a.-������������'tirl_f**ac_ bS^ Powonal and interested to  UCI VICC alUts cUents.   Perhaps this fact  .    <     - accounts for tfee reroarkshie and  steady growth of the Imperial  : Bank during tin������ last: 48 -sass.  IfvlPER!A_L   B_AJNIK  ���������BE- -m  C W. AL1AN,  -OF" C^AMADeA.  CRESTON BRANCH,  ,^501  -1 l  Money Belts  X?l^ ������ld way of carrying your money  in gold- 1^- a h&lt, when travc___BSk  had neither the advantages of safety  nor comfort.  QUR Travellers* Cheques axe  payable only to your otdcr,  can be  cashed promptly In small amounts for  - your immediate requirecaentsand take  little space in your pocket. Try them.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  -Capital P_id Up $2080������M>���������<M>&  Itescrve Fund fao&QOJOOO  CLO.l%txmxtt,htMxuugtT  Crciton Branch  ���������Wim ���������   Heft Air,,.  1   7 ' ���������',,'- '       ��������� .    *������������������  'A: ijtcasn  , Z&&&. ]  Hot Water  _r''_igaa-_j"ii to*iK]|*a#itf'  Sheet Metal Work.   A good stoiek of I*ipe  -     -* and Pi|i������ Fifcling*? on rurad.  mmmmmimiMtmmmm wummnnmmmU*  /' 0  \'%  If!  t?  r"  w-  :;  J:'  F   ���������  15 '���������  t';  THJfi    REVIEW,;   CRESTONv  T>  n  i    _,  r-  WORLD II AF-P������r"Ii^S  BRIEFLY TOiD  ���������v  ORANGE PEKOE QUALITY  -ht  tar J is va/fi������  in  i>lv������ j*  ct^rd not only  aTld   Xla.v*--' _i*ni  " e  229  Maple  Tree's  Secret ! '   How Bananas Grow  Before thfe first white settlers camel     A  banana" plant  produce's -but   one  to the new world the Indians had dis-   bunch of the fruit.     .As nature'iT-com  covered the secret of tlie maple tree,  says Nature Magazine.     -Crudely and  .wasteful!".-.- they were turning the  into syrup and sugar.  A. W.- "NeitL, Independent,, Comox-  Alhemi, -iroposes to- move in the  house, that- reform Is needed in tne  regulations  for (obtaining passports.  All the timepieces in France were I  advanced   one   hour     at     11     o'clock  ; March   29,   officially  opening  day 11  saving time.  "Word has been "received at Riga  from Russian Soviet postal authorities that all mail .matter intended for  Petrograd after May 1 must be addressed to Lenigrad, or it will be refused delivery.,.  Britisii Columbia's slilpmem of  water-borne lumber- to overseas markets totalled 521,707,132 board feet kVst  year aaginst 273,146,800 in 1922, an increase of 91 per cent., according to  the Minister of Hands.  \ The "Lehigh Railway Company has  granted members* of the Order of Hail-  way Conductors.-^.nd Brotherhood of  Railroad Trainmen, a five per cent,  wage increase, according to *W. G. "Lee,  president of the trainmen.  The old lamplighter may soon be  another memory of the past in San  Francisco, v City* officials are yielding  to the iniportunings of the ultra-  modernists' and gas lamps are being  removed to make way for electricity.  V  ike Yz lb  &  7     J  lf_i_*������lfi������u-r--_  pensation provision has been made for  permitting the plants to grow close  sap to one another, says Nature Magazine.  The banana does not grow* in the  dropping position of. the market" display    . The tips point upward.  FOR SPRINGTIME  Do  Not    Use    Harsh    Purgatives���������A  Tonic is All You  Need    ���������--  Not sick���������but not feeling quite well  That is the way most people ieel in  the ��������� spring.      Easily    tired,    appetite  fickle,    sometimes ��������� headaches    and   a  feeling   of   depression.       Pimples   or  erupt ions may appear on tlie skin, or  there may. be twinges of rheumatism  or neuralgia.      Any of these indicate  that the  blood is out  of  order���������that  the indoor life of winter has left its  mark vipon you   arid  may;'- easily   develop into move": .serious;:. tfbublei77-'--7  Do   not   dose" "^p-ars^fl^Ith^-^i^^a--  tives, as many people <^'o,fln::tlie4:::hppe,[.rep-j.e'SeI1f;S  that    you    can.    put youl^ blood right, *   -o-.  Purgalives gaiiop through"'."'the system  and weaken instead of giving strength.  Any doctor  will tell you that this is  true.      What you need in the spring is  a tonic that will enHcli the blood and j  build up   the  nerves.       Dr. "Williams'*  Pink Pills do this speedily, safely and  " surely.      Every dose- of this medicine  helps to enrich the blood, which clears  the skin, strengthens the appetite and  makes tired, depressed    men,    women  and children bright, active and strong.  Mr. Henry R. Robinson, Cruickshank,  Susie,   says-,���������"My  blood  was   out  of  order and  I was    nervous    and    rundown,     i got a supply of Dr. "Williams'  Pink Pills and after  taking them for  a while they fully restored my health.  1 am now feeling.fine and have no hesitation in .recommending these pills to  all who are feeHng'uruwell."  You'can get these pills through any  de-ilt'i" in medicine, or by mail, at 50  cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  Mediciiw- Co.. Rrogkville, One.  How Would You Gke to^  .        Grow Hair in a  Month?  ������r .������- ��������� 7."  Uadgrfo  Su^rpoot.  Getting- hald. .hair'falling: and fading? If  you want to grow new, healthy hair right  away :I will send ?ycra ^absolutely Free. ������,  sample of the 'famous "Alexander Olanda-  hair." No cost, no obligation, just send  name to ALEXANDER LABORATORIES,  234 Bohan Blclg.,  Toronto, Canada.  Moccasin   Print On   Rock   -  7: v."Vyhat iS believed to- be a moccasin  print on. rock has been found in Virginia on. Bplecamp Creek. v;.; The rock  is flat and level, approximately eight  j or ten  feet iu dimension.    The" track  I is  about six or; seven  shoe size and  the    right  foot.    ..A  rim  the edges of. -thei rock ' would  indicate   pressure  of  the  foot  before  the hardening had taken place. ,  Lift Off-No Pain!  ���������fcj  Winners In Dr.  Chase Diary Contest  Every Province In Canada Represented In This Popular Competition  Among the winners this year there  cjo * Ay re & "Sons, Ltd., St. Johns,  Nfld.  6th -'.Prize���������^lO^O���������M^'j-pr^ Wallace  Burwell, U.K. No. 'i, m. hamesville, Ont.  7th    Prize���������Receipt . Boo]k,    $6.75���������  Miss    IvI. _ .Crei'Uuue    Savage,  fill-raw.  Had A Weak Heart  Was Very Nervous  For Three Years  Doesn't hurt one bit!      Drop a little  "Freezone" on an aching corn, instantly that corn stops hurting, then  shortly you lift it right off witli  fingers. \  Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of  "Freezone'- -for a jew cents, sufficient  to remove every hard corn, soCt corn  or corn between the toes,, and the foot I  callouses/ without soreness  or irrita- j  tion. '   ..  About    it s    operations/are required  in  she making of a modern shoe.  Makes  sTrut-gle  den re   r������*"  Breathing Easy. - The con-  of ih*:* -nil* passag**"-? and the  lor breath, too familiar evi-  a m i hma* ic t ron-tvl e, ca nnot  d-urat Hi', J. D. Kellogg'.-* Asthma  l������evne<ly. This is the farnou.*- remedy  which jh known far and wide -"('or its  comph'-te effect Iveneas even under  very si-vei-.* condition--. It Im no untried, a-xperimenral preparation, but  one with many years of ftrrong service  belilnd it. Kuy it from your nearest  ih-'-W-r.  Miss "Jessie - Peterson, Zealandla,  Sask., -writes:���������"I wish to let you  know how much'good Milburn's Heart  acd Nerve Pills have^done for me.  For nearly three years I was very  badly run dowh, had a, weak heart,  and was so nervous that sometimes I  would almost faint away.;  I heard of many people who had recommended your -Heart and Nerve  Pills, so I decided to give them a trial.  After I had used two boxes I found  they had done me good, and after having taken five boxes I was completely  relieved.  I cannot rcommend your Pillg  enough, and I would advise anyone,  having a weak heart or troubled with  nervousness to use them."  Milburn's H. & N. Pills are 50c a,  box at all dealers, or mailed direct on  receipt of price hy Tho T. Milburn  Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont.  Has Never Used Phone  A man. who never has used a tele-[  phone has been discovered in Paris.  He is Alfred Vallette, editor of the  Merctire de France. He transacts aii  business by mail.* .He says he: admires the telephone; but' would not  have one,. -  7":'  winners  -  e  appears the ranaes of several new contestants, although some of the old  experienced diarists show their ability  to stand up against thev strongest competition.  There is a copy of Dr.- Chase's Almanac printed for every home in Canada (1,550,000) if you'.have not received a copy it will be sent, postpaid-- on  receipt* of your address, - Edmanson,  Bates &.Co., Ltd., Toronto..  The   winners  -for   1923   are   as. follows:��������� ... ' . - -     -  -1st   Prize���������$50.00���������Russell   Ellerby,  Burford, jQnt..          * ���������,  $50.00���������Mrs.   E.   White,   54t5  St., Brantrord, Ont.  2nd Prize���������$37.50���������Mrs. Waller Edwards, "Gleuwood Farm," -R. No. 4,  Cookshire, Que.  $37.50���������Ivor C. Bice, Clandeboye,  Ont. ' \.  3rd Prize���������$25.00���������Mrs. A. H. Gardiner, 11324-92nd St., Edmonton,* Alta.  $25.000���������Miss     Adelaide  - Attr!d_e,  Highgate, Onlt.      "  4th. Prize���������$25.00���������Miss Sarah-Lawrence, 295 Wharncliffe Rd._ N., London, Ont.  5th Prize���������$15.00���������Thos. Humphries,  Sask.  .   8th  Prtze���������Receipt   Book,   $6.75���������J.  W. Davidson, South Durham, Que.  9th Prize���������Receipt Book, $6.75���������Mrs.  J. Smith, 2309-6th Ave. N.W., Calgary,  Alta."       < ���������   ���������""' ��������� "    -  10th Prize���������Receipt Book, $6.75���������  Clifford Woodruw. Coldw;ater, Ont.  11th Prize���������Receipt^ Book, .$6.75���������  Mrs. tv". R. Woodland, Box 71, Beams-  ville, Ont.  12th Prize���������Receipt Book, $6.75���������  Mrs. Wm. Hlriehey, Bradford, Ont.  13th Prize���������Receipt Book, $6.75���������  James Arthur, North Rustico, P.E.I.  14th - Prize���������Receipt, Book, $5.90���������  Miss-Doris Sandford, 1194 St.-Mary's  Road, St-.--'Y".tal_ Winnipeg; Man.    ;    '.   ������.  15th    Prize���������Receipt    Book, $5.00���������  Col_ome { Mr_. Joha'Aysrs,'71*r-10t_: Ave. East,  Vancouveiv B.C. -       '   **  16th    Prize���������Receipt    Book, $5.90   Mrs. F.' \y-. Wolfe (Li&^tkeeper), West  Ironbound Island, N.S.    .  17th Prize���������Receipt    Book'.    $5.90���������'  Rev. Ernest S. Weeks, Bayfield, N.B.  ^"iSth    Prize���������Receipt���������Book, $5.90���������  Mrs. F. J.  Campbell, 210 Humberside  Ave~ Toronto, Ont.  19th    Prize���������Receipt    Book, $5.90���������  Henry E. Negus, Klnley/Sask.  20th    Prize���������Receipt   Book, $5.90���������  Miss Harriett S. Turner.-Albert, N.B.  In -<:4'������.ii.-i'.-, rr-ore marrlagi-*:-  lilnoe In Oeiober than1 In any  nionih,  .  tak'r>  ot.h<vr  Britain Pays Canada  Between eight and ten millions of  dollars have been remitted to Canada  thrnuKh New York in final adjustment  of British Oovernment debts to Canada hanging over from the. war.  ^ ji'mmmmm nm '   qrCk IB       ^fmt m m  "Nerves im Bad Stat������  Could Not Sleep"  Wilson Remembered By Republic  The people of Czecho-Slovakia regarding <the late President Wilson as  the founder of thqiivrepublic, have  named various parks, streets and  buildings after him. The latest is  the new Wilson .Station In Prague-.'  which is the meeting point of alt railroads leading out, of the^capital to Poland, Germany and other countries.  A Household Medicine.���������They tliat  are acquainted with the sterling prop-,  ertles of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil in  the treatment of many ailments would  not bo without it, in tho house. It its  truly a household medicine and as it  is effeetivo in dealing with many ovd-.  inary complaints it Is an Inexpensive  medicine. -��������� So, keep It' at hand, as the  call .for-it may come .moaty" unexpectedly."  GHlLDREnmi FOR "CASTORIA"  Espe:ciaHy Prepared for Infants and Children* of All Ages  Mother!      Fietcher'a   Castorla   has i where recommend It.  v The kind you"  been In ubb* for over 30 years as a [have always bought bears slgnatur-j of  pleasant,    harmless   - substitute     fori  Castor Oil, Paregoric, Teething Drops  and  Soothing  Syrups.      Contains .no  narcotics.   ; .Proven directions- are on  each    package.       Physicians    every*  r  Mr*-. H- JN, Tar������JeIl,"- Harroytrttnaltl-i, Out., wi'iSLcs:  "My nerves ivesc in_a very bad state, and for nearly six month,-.  did not know what it was lo have a good night's rest.    I could  not eat, and never felt wel  I heard about Dr. Cha-.e's Nerve Food,  and thought I would try it, Aitcr  taking it lor a few dnya I began  ������  to fr.t\ better, nnd toon was able  to -lirpwl! at m-i;Kt,    1vly'apn������*-  tit������   ftlrj*>  returned,   and   1    felt  stronger  and^ better,   and  at.et  taking three boxt* of Dr. Chase"*  Nerve-Food I was quite well,    t  have also ���������ivert thewNerv<- Food  to my little girl, witb go&d re-  nulta,*'  Hah* dressed with a luminous \o-  lion, which causes It to-Blow in"*"a subdued aaght, Ih ������ fash Urn novelty recently snen in London.  Minard'o Liniment for Corns  r-loa-sli'ic   light   Rlobo  a boat of about 8,J'.00  dcgroriB cr-nllgrado.  Tho     InrgeKt  niado **enoratos  W>r* Okmne^s Merre m^mm  The worms that InfoHt children from  their birth live oC two kluds, Ihbfle  that :1.1ml lodgfUw-nL lit thu, .stomach  und ihouo tluii. arc* round In the Intoa-  tl������et4, The lutl.ov iu'0 tho. ttiOHl <Ioh-  t.ructLvo-, ub Uiey cllim to thtv walls oC  tho lntt-Htln������H and If not interfcretl  with worlc Imvoc tliov������. MJller's  Womb PowiJiTit dinlodiso bolh IcIhiIh  nnd will!-- uxpt'lHng them from tho  nyHtom ticrvr- to repair the dnmnnjo  limy hn-vo cniiBod.  Busy women want SMP Bnawicled Ware  because it will briugr foSA to the boil almost  twice as fast as all-metal utensils, arid completes the coolant soorien A woman can  wash SMF Enameled Ware utensils faster  than utensils that have to be scrubbed  and scoured.        ,  ���������:',,;,.���������;.':ZV>Z'\:'  Three finishes: v 'P^i.;WWfl\twft_cpats of  pearly-grey enamel inside and out*. Diamond  Ware, three coats; light blue7-aiid white outside, white lining. Crystal Ware, three  coats, pure white inside and out, with Royal  Blue edg-ing. w    "^  '������������Sheet Metal Products co"Ti^t/d*1  MONTREAL  EDMONtON  TOFIONTO  VANCOUVCR  WiNNIPEG  CAt-OARY  tVO   trtH.   ������  ho% of   WIIMIXWMH  0*> plll-i, KSdbmnniio'ni, mu#m * CVo., tMt, Tornnto  Mtnard's Llnimont lor Hoaidache  W.    N,    V.    1010  It TEL-F^ KEYSBW,/ GEEESTON"-" B... C.  ���������"(5-  nequalledr* Isi  lieil Isi   ill  ic  m^H  .- -v  l"i_._,������o_rv" iJir \Jvlt ^ommgree  * !7 "n,;'., - -,.- ,;5 - ,*- - ' :."---'  Development of some of the natural resources of "Canada has within the  two decades of the present century  established records which are jsalmost  phenomenal, says the Natural "Re=  sources - Jftitellige_.ce Service of the  Department oJLthe Interior. The fertile lands of the prairies, owing" to  their outstanding importance as the  source of the enormous grain/crops  which they have produced, have overshadowed ail other development.  -  The prairies,, however,- are not the  only natural "resources in Canada-that  has come into its  own on an impos-  .ing scale 'within very recent years.  The older provinces of the east have  witnessed the rise of -an industrial prodigy  that  rivals  even  the  record   of  - western, progress-. The spread of  commercial -value over millions oi  acres of western farm lands is almost  . matched "by the commercial "romance  of -thg pulpwood forests of Eastern  Canada .-and British Columbia.      For  1  F"       __-1  dan  Agricultural Lands  Still Be Koine steaded  Bewares of imitations!  tion.      The use of newsprint���������has increased tremendously.   , On the" other  hand the depletion  of the piilpvfood  supplies-"  -of'-** the-   eastern -arid^ lake  States has permittee! only a moderate"  Increase.of,.American output. _    Faced  .with this situation    American .newsprint consumers are now compelled to  import %almo$t_. half  of- their requirements/, "^ \   -   \  .  Canada has stepped into the breach.  Her*" "exports of newsprint alone, have  riserr from less than four-million, dollars in 1912 to over eighty-million dollars  in" 1923.      Thus__the ^Dominion's  pulpwoocL^resources, after'-suffering a  long period of commercial Indifference  and -costly exposure to every form oi-  inroad except that-of industrial need,  have suddenly been drawn into use on  a 'scale,.and' with "a'.degree. of' avidily  rarely equalled in the annals of world  commerce,   *"  Seldom ^indeed has  the  magic    wand"    of international trade  reached out and as swiftly ^lifted any  JL O     J. ^*S fU"_T L -Lie _. ii  ���������  ���������_ _S> ���������    a.wu  The days of rushes for homesteads^ prairie ^ri." th^ old   days, is Xhe best  in _Wlestem Canada-. are practically  over and the army of invaders in  search of free government lands upon  which to file dwindles each year as  theC extent of such, land "available foi  "settlement .gradually shrinks. Pioneering, and all that it means, is a  phase that' is rapidly passing, and  Western- Canada has rapidly taken on  the aspect of a permanently * established,,   and    "prosperous    agricultural  _ . , ..    .,_ _      ...      J area With all the comforts-and eonven-  Unless you see the "Bayer Cross" on   . _ _        . ... _.      ���������������������������..^  package or on tablets you are not get- fences of. modern life. , To secure  ting the genuine Bayer Aspirin proved: land in any large homestead block the  safe by millions and prescribed by ] landseeker must travel far, but in cer-  physiclans over twenty-three years Jor   ta-n sections; even yet, fine fertile ag-  "Colds * Headache .  Toothache   * ���������Tumbago  Neuritis ' Rheumatism  Neuralgia . - Pain. Pain  '���������- Accept "Bayer Tablets of "Aspirin"  only. Each unbroken package contains 'proven-vdirections. Ktandy "boxes  of twelve tablets cost few cents. Druggists' also sell bottles of.24 and 100*  Aspirin is the trade mark {registered  sheer rapidity of development there! as   industry  from  half  a  century  of  in-  nothing Jn  Canadian  experienced-ex-   fancy-to" the stature of an industrial  cepting .only the advance,of ^he-rarxa*" * *-"-*--!"-  ing frontier of the prairies���������to- equal  the speed and 'abruptness witli which  the    Dominion's    itomense    pulpwood,  areas have been converted from idle  into active assets    that    today    rank  among  the  very   foremost  producing  properties of the country. *'-" "���������- ���������". '���������- ��������� ' ���������  ' From earliest times the forests of  Eastern Canada have played a leading  -role in building up commercial enterprise. The sawmill has founded nfpre  Canadian communities and fortunes  than almost any other form of industry. More than Titty years ago, when  the several provinces were united by  confederation, the new Dominion was  known to other countries-and continued tor-years to.ue^ known mainly as  a-   source   .of lumber.      And sawmill  3-ear was-' 130.7 pounds per capita, or  products have remained down to the "approximately,one-third of a pound a.  present day as one of the chief~classe&H-  of'goods carrying Canadian*trade-into*  Wheat  In Alberta .,.--"  ..Average Yield of 19J4. Bushels-Over a  Period of 26 Years ���������>'  ^Alberta has Jmaintained an,average  yield -of- spring wheat of 19*4 bushels  per acre over . a' period - of 26 years,  according to a*'������liart prepared by the  Department cf Agriculture. In addition winter; wheat has' ayesaged,-' over  the sanre periodT 20.19-bushels; oats,  35.79 bushel's* barley, 26.10 bushels;  rye,- 18.S4 bushels;, and flax, 8.71  bushels.  ricultural lands" are procurable for the.  filing and cultivation duties.  The' outstanding area of those is undoubtedly the Peace River country,  popularly termed the Last West, which  comprises, a very large area of the  province * of   Alberta    north    of   the    -.   - -    -   .     .      Athabasca River and to\he north arid  In.Canada)  of Bayer Manufacture^of  - __��������������� River as far as-the  Monoaceticacidester   of   Salicylicacid. i -"*-,. n    _. , .._ 7 ,-,        ^- ,  While it is. well known that Aspirin^ 60th parallel of platitude north, which  meas*- * Ba^er- - manufacture, to assist bis the northern boundary of the prov-  the public Against imitations, the Tab-1 incej  and Ayest  to the���������boundary and J,the tremendous extent of land that is  ranching country today. ; Tn the early  days ranchers seeking location did so  where it was known buffalo ranged in  the winter. _ ^  At    various    trading points in this  area;   cereals   and   vegetables   of  all  kinds have been grown    for   generations.      The_ entire  area  produces  a  plentiful siippiy o������ long grass-      Cattle and horses  do well and'are corn-  Dai's tivel"-*" fr***** from diseases- which  are, in  fact; almost unknown' in the ,  north.      "Wheat has been grown  for  forty -years at Vermillion, which is a  point  300  miles   south  of Edmonton,  and   wheat,    which "in 1876 took the  world's prize at the Philadelphia Centennial,,  was   grown   at. Fort   Chipe-  wyan in' an even higher ialilude.  The country is described as alluvial  and decomposed vegetable matter  soil. At least one-half of the" cultivable soil in Northern Alberta lies in  the section described. The centre  of. the, province of Alberta -is a point  JS5-miles- north and 25\niie"s west of  Edmonton, which gives some idea of  lets of Bayer^Company will be ^stamped with their general trade mark* the  "Bayer Crdss-".,  Fond Of Rice  Getting the Effect  ;Bride  (to butcher}..���������"What sort of  roast do you think would go well with  a perfect darling,of a "blue-and-white  dinner set?'*    '  Cold In Head?  ' Heat"T������1inard 's and inhale. Qui el-  relief assured.  An enemy~to germs.  ^orto Rico's  rice cOiisumijtiojj. last  day for each r_an> woman and child.'  This is an increase of 1G pounds per  _ii  .. r  an. quarters of the globe-. * ,   --  But after the long .record of decades  and even centuries of broadening de-  velop������iei&, it has been left to the last  ��������� ten or fifteen-years to witness an utterly astonishing" growth .of forest industries. The pulp ��������� and paper -mill  has usurped the prestige of the saw.-  -mill. Lumbering still stands as one^  of the major pillars" of Canadian���������industries, but in an amazingly" short  period it-has -seen the rise of a gigantic upstart which in some respects already overshadows it.  The sudden, almost magic diffusion  of commercial value and activity over  Canada's millions^ of acres of pulp-  wood forests is a striking example of  how the. needs of one country develop  the resources of another., The' motive power behind the devclbpment..of  ^Canada's1; pulpwood areas'is- the vor-  "aclovis Ainerican- market for ��������� paper,  particularly for newsprint. The  manufacture  of newsprint is  the big   ��������� a _      -1 nnn  ed__JiU&   UVW   JL3_i_i.  He Suffered -for  -^W*_A  "^a?^_s_',*ai"-_������i_-.  New Weights -ForL Bacon Hogs  Then   Mr.    John    Jensen' Used  :       Do_d"s Kidney Pi-Is ^  Saskatchewan   farmer   suffered   from  backache and stiffness in the joints  and was restored to good. heaSth^&y  using  Dodd's Kidney Pills._ ~  Eddyside;      Sask.���������(Special).���������"For  about three years I. have suffered from  -backache and- stiffness in my,-joints.  I 'did not/ sleep well and had. very little appetite in the -mornings.     I took  Wo boxes of -Dodd's Kidney Pills, and,  have found that they, did me a lot of'  good." - *        ���������   ,  This  statement' is made by Mr.  J.  Jensen, well known in this place.  Mr.. Jensen's troubles were* caused  4by the kidneys.      That's why he got  such promptt.relief from Dodd's. Kidney  PiHs, "for*" they  act only  on the  ^kidneys.  end  of the  Canadian  paper industi-y]<^when   the ,���������*dheys   are   not  right.  ���������&  and over 80 per cent, of the newsprint  produced  Is   exported   to  the   United  States.  Only ten years ago American mills  were able to meet, all but a-small'per-'  ,'cejDtikiiffi '������������������ of tl^ doniestic requireinents  but',."n;:tlie'"''^WnU.iift������ tl^^output^a's  be^:siteacilly :,fauing4behirld" con sump-'  rrr-  -1  .; ^Cuticiira; Heals^: ���������  Face Disfigured  With Itchy Eczema  ll"1" '  |. ifr"���������:������*'- ."'������ ���������  '���������iSiia.w.i.iyaa  " Eczema broke out fti watery pirn-  pies on my face and head. Later  " '' my cheeko and*.head-be-  caBae 00 bad that they  w<fcre covered with ldtg-r  ocnlea. The itching and  burning were so severe  thnt I could not Bleep At  night. My face waa badly  disfigured. My hair became  dry and lifelesa nnd fell out so that  I had to have it cut off cloae t-> ray  'scalp.   '     '      ' '��������������� '.���������������������������'���������,: ���������'        ;���������'���������' '.,-   *,������  " A friend adviset" me to, try Outi������-  feuro-Soap"and Ointment so I jpiir-  chased aoine, nnd after using tvyo  CBlcea of * Cuticura Soop ond two  boire*- of Cisttcura OI*nt-me*nt 1 w_r������  healed.'' (S%n ed) Mrs. Elmer King,  Box 278, Jac-������.on St., Oxford, Nova,  Scotia. *  7        '      .-"',,  Make Cutlcura Soap, Ointment and  Talcum youTd-IlytoHetprep-uratlona.  ������������������_t������U-"������o*trp**U-Ua.ll. ArldrM)*r*,t9lliUI������,IillV  W |.tr������, Soaapig&o, OUvUnaK.t^iHiUMtti. Tklt������������-  ���������������������������������������������****'  they fail to do their full work of  straining all the' impurities, all the  seeds of disease, and of the blood.  There' can be no   pure   blood   if   -the -  kidneys are...swrong. There can be  no good health unless the blood is  pui"e'r" '.' ".:.:.,':" 7'7'77. .A'. . ' AA/'^'ly A  Asl_- your; neighbors', if Dodd's Kidney Pills are not the sovereign rem-,  'edy::fbrrsS(il,^lddn'eys. :,-;-'f \y:'xxAx'' A-:'  .":    .- ZZ"'':ZZx'' -. ..A':. 'AZS^':AZx:Z:':x:f\.  7 Bi^ Increase  Iii  Trade  ...������������������'".''''''���������       .   ���������'-���������     >���������'���������     ...    -'      .': ���������. ,'������������������       y  Both     Importo    and  7Exjports    Show  \A'Z'  Cpnslderable QaliiB  ''--;.:;f 7-;  . Tlie ��������� total,, trade of  Canada for  the  eleven months of the fli/cal yeaivend-  ing February/wnjs -. $1,771^3E>1,283;    or  $193,188,505 more than in the corres-  Conformation   . Necessary     to     Come  Within  Select  Bacon Class  A change has been made recently in  the ,weights of hogs grading as select.  According to the hew standard, hogs  to^ come within this class will weigh  17"0 to 220 pounds, off cars,at stockyards, or 180 to 230 pounds, fed and  watered, at stockyards or local" shipping  points.       To   come   within  this  select bacon class, the hpg^must have  length of side.      The standard length  of the ideal "Wiltshire" is 36 inches  fi-om neck to knuckle bone.   -Th"e"h'og  should be of uniform depth, with trim,  straight  underline;   the  head  should  .be of medium, length with a sljghtly  dished face, broad forehead, and rather  small  firmly  attached   erect   ears  fringed  with  fine 'hair;     the    neck  should be well muscled with no"*t������?nd- j  ency to arch on top and below, in the -  vicinity  of the jowl,  should he  trim  and not heavy or flabby or coarsei the  shoulders should be smooth' and*'com-.  pact; the back shoujd be -"lightly.arch:  ed from neck t^v^il^^ijiji' .a:.well  sprun^rib' drop*>ing[str;*ii^|:; the ham  sho_ia^b'.$:,'!s^  ing'-no :,9xcej?s -pitlges oZ;;fat._ -;WeU  finished liogs are> ^f niediuiu! width  throughout, indlcathig a full deep loin  and a long welt-developed rump;^ fin-  isti Is oj! utmost imporLancp.  the    British    Columbia' line.      J.  K.  Cornwall,   *m  ontstanding  pioneer of  this area, who has done much for its  development, recently ,drew "lip an account of  the  agricultural -and timber-  resources of this country" for the ,AL-  berta    .Minister    of    Agriculture,    in  -which he claims.that "3X* per cent,  of  the    district    is capable of the same  kind   of  agriculimal  development  as  any paft 6E the province further south.  With the  exception-of the  Grande  Prairie and proper Peace River countries, he  states, the country is more  or less wbodedr poplar and spruce be--,  ing  the  principal    trees.       There  is  plenty,of rainfall and the winters are  not any colder than "any part of Central Alberta.      Snowfall will average  not over two feet-a year. -   The whole  country-was at one time overrun with  bush or wood, buffalo, a band of about  two  thousand running wild there] at  the* present time, and this is taken as  a 'strong aigument for the fertility of  the -s"oil,--it" being - pointed    out- "that  where    the    buffalo .^ranged'on -the  available for -settlement in the future.  There is less actual acreage that is  not fit for cult*!*v_tion in Alberta than  in "any..other province in. the Dominion".   ���������--���������*-���������'' - ..  -This area," it Is claimed, has���������few  "superiors as to soil or climate in Canada. The country is comparatively  free~from wind, and. blizaards are unknown.  During the"growing season a  sundial will burn a card for 19 hours.  Grain and vegetables require two to  three weeks less- to mature than in  Central and Southern Alberta. This  is on account of the daylight and the  sunlight. , -.There is a sufficient quantity of merchantable spruce timber in  the country to take care of all its local  requirements.  grow strCHig  Immediate Shipments  ' Jfrom Stock  it ������. **wnZ!rvK*.i ff  Ui.JL-S_Li  jihclents believed that a chlUL  born'.' on October 2;would die a Vfl������k>  A ed  death.      For adults,', blood-letting  ponding year. Both imports and ex-'LWftB.barredi no drinkB woto to be talc-1  ports .shared In tho Increases. ' Im-1 en and no goose eaten. Otherwise,]  portfl and were up $95,000,000; exports' aeath wlthih fopiy   da.ys   was   prom-  BAR IRON AND MILD  - TIRE STEEL  SLEP SHOE STEEL  t  BOLTS,  NUTS,  RIVETS, SHAFTING,  .BOILER   TUBES,   WELDING   ROAS,  CASE HARDENING COMPOUND, '  Etc.  -We carry the only complete Warehouse Stock in Western Canada of raw  metals and finished products for the  use of Blacksmiths, Garages, Tin  Shops, Machine Shops and Contractors.  Send      for      our  MONTHLY  STOCK     LIST.  Mailed free upon  vcqucs L.  THE MANITOBA STEEL AND IRON  CO., LTD.  Winnipccf     , ���������*_        - Canada  11        '   V .-��������� ���������' '���������-*������������������.. , . ������r. ��������� .'  WORTH GOING 100 MILES TO SEE!  Exactly as It ran In Mew V6rk"fdr three yeprs. and with the same cast that uoes  -to London next.������urame-*  w-ntiwfel.-' li*i*,*������W*  ..--.-   ~~~ ��������� ,     ^���������  - ���������^ T.~r--n.*r .. ^. ^ _. ~. T -  -**   *-���������#*���������-+*mm.wm^fm  'Cullour* Stomv thavv������a wUhoot wiuir.  of   domestic   meichandlso   increased  .$98,000,000.  '   Of domestic exports in  i the eleven month,    agricultural  -and;  x-egetable, products, with   a   total   of  *~365,000,0p0, forin tho   hu-gost   ltom.  Next come  wood and wood products  ?wMh''ii ioi-ftl of $2(45^000,p6o, )v6f ,.im-  irorts, Jfdn.and it's products came first.  %e total tie.ri,is>>158,0aO,O0O a totah oU  $245,O0Q.dr>P*   'exports     during     the  niontli, oi Februat-y. wero ten. iiiillion-a  hlglier   llutn   in   Fc-brnnjy,   192^; . lni-  portH Sve'ro three ihilllonB lowor.  Ised.  ',-', Astrblpgera of old say thai; tlie Blh  and 12th are October's -jnlucldest "dctys!,  nnd nvG to bo banned for all bunlnesa  enterprises.  Washington, Oro-jon and" Idaho  produ'cG nearly half,:'tjf tho commer-  rjinlnpples nf tho'United Btatfls.-'������..  . * . w<4. .^ . ^ M ^-w      .  The nvcrago length ol! llfo In  the,  Unttftd   States   is  now   C_  ycara; " In  HI910 It Wft������ BS.yo'ara;  In  1870 It w*aH  j 41 years.   In India tho avcrapfd is but  1 24 ���������*���������������'*��������������� rn.     '.,''''"  h^r  -^ ������MB    . ___h���������^^-*_1-a^M���������ll4M_,  Keeps EYES  Clear, Bright and Beautiful  -W*ltfMuilnBCo,".CMc������MO,futPyeCuiietki<.k.  ^<TB������wBwSBi������5>������"^  Will Play theie cities on lt������vnr������t tour of Cat-a-*l.-i: WHNNIPEG, Walker  Theatre, bea. Mom., April t4, matlneeB We������tf., Good Friday ain<" Sat.* SASKA-  '"TOON. Rmnlr- Theatre, ������ dav������ bea. Mon., April 2S", mntJn*o W������d.- RIEGINA  THEATRE, 3 day* b������o- Thurtu, May 1. matinee -__������,���������: MOOtiE JAW. Orpi.ouo*  Theatre, 3 dtaya beo' Mon��������� May B, matinee Wed.* MEDICINE HAT,,Empr������i������  Theatre, ThurV, May Bj _ETH_RtD__, Maleatle Theatre, a doya beg. Friday.  May fl, matinee Snt.; EDMONTON, Empire Theatr*. wmK toeir. Men., May 12,  mata. w*d. nntl Sat.- CALOARY, Grand Theatre, week bea- Man., May V������, mat-.'  Wed. nnd Sat. :,-,-���������( ..������i   i,>  BEST SEATS, $2.50, NIGHTS; $2.00 MATINEES  To Inaure good location a erder early by mall   mil iwa-wMM-mrm**^^  in ' '" '' r,;:..:::l';l,";;; n;:; ;"i"i'r,iffr:a''������'?rrr'T,^,,w*rM^ggB  _...M.,^������_..������,m,  iriii1filmiiiiiii]il'iii-iifii-ii������iiilit������irMii  Sip  ���������a**^J-'m���������  IM-IW.I.B...WIHWIIIIIHIIMI m  mmMmm&mmzMummmmmmmmmMMmimmm  mmm **&&?���������**-?������������������������  ;zr<cr\'  ��������� wm,,- r**-PV"*���������'  : '*-'>--;"  731"  1'i-ir  :*->������������������  I'll-  1'  \.  i-t-  THE ���������gBS!l!OBI BB������HIW  ior  Laocal and Personal  I would Sike to get in ' couch  immediately with Valley Strawberry Growers who are prepa-ned  to   Soli    their   OifOp   Offii   4u6   ic-put  Cash plan this season,  X oan handle at least 4000  era tea of Strawberries and am  prepared to Quote yon today the  cash price X will pay for berries  throughout the season to those  who care to   let  me sell   their  -c���������!������*-���������  _ aka���������. m. _ arn-rr    an_��������������� /vf  1���������  Remember  I am  opening  an  office in   Creston   on  June 2nd  '"and invite yon   to   call   in   and  discuss the selling of your entire  fruit crop.  Grsstoi Valley Produce Co,  BinTH���������On^May 17th t to Mr. and  Mrs. W. ~J������.7Martm, a son.   .  Wah_e_*���������Twenty berry pickers  and packers. Apply R. Stewart* _tf ice  guuhipg.   ^ -.  "Mrs. A. Spencer spent a few* -days  with friends in Cranbrook at the end  of the week.  Mrs. J. Z>, Seditions left at tbe end off  the-week on & visit with her parents  at Clorerdale.  _ Mrs. Jessie I*ewis, teacher ot piano,  forte, Royal Academy of Music, London, Lamont Bids'., C5reston.  Mrs. A. JL. Cameron was a we^k-nd  visitor with her son,. Jim, at Crari-  brcok, returning on Monday.  ' Dr. X-ii^ie, dentist, is away on a visit  to Ontario points:, and will' notgbe  snaking his usual June -visit to Creston.  C W. Allan was a weekend visitor  to Spokane, motoring down on Saturday and returning on Sunday evening.  G. M. Argue! and BL Beaton made  tin- trip to Cranbrook by motor for  the sports tournament in 'that town  on Saturday.  , Mrs, V. Co. French left for Grand  Forks on Friday last, and will he  spending about a month with her sis*  ter in that tovnr  >>������_pa  nirKCH hcLSGH, cii^ism  MJgM __si?_# 8������mmw& ���������  SisOmWS MR&tKo  New Stock of  Harness        x  Second Hand Store in  ���������- connection  __ Sausshan  -ound.  art  Shoe and Harness Repairing.  s    ____  \V-&������r~Bp���������A   tost  Laxora.4"    Jj_efca.i������������  Pamt, sample 25c.-  laixora Paint Co.,!  Vancouver, B.C.  " -The baseball, season wilf open on  Sunday afternoon at the fair grounds  at 2 o'clock, when Creston and Yahk  will be the opposing.teams.  . There will be no services in the Pres-  :h   on   Sundays   June,  ���������1st, 8th or 15th, but Sunday school will  be held at the usual hours.   -  Mr. and Mrs. Frank" Romano and  daughter, Laouise. wvi-w wiaioiSj*;_t t_e  Ores-ton "visitors at Cranbrook for tbe  hloiday sports on Saturday.  Mr. and Mrs. .Jas. Adiatd "were  Queen's Birthday. visitors with his  brother at Fernie, making the trip by  motor and getting home on Sunday.  T. J and Misses Edith and Marguerite Crawford were ������poj___������ visitors" a  couple of days last* week, motoring  dcra-n on  Friday and getting back on  ,^<a������r  MmVio &is4l*8������mm&  PAmYmm\tt  Estimates given.  CRESTOh  SATURDAY &  M^l^m^SPEQAL  fe7 .A  3ra. is King's Birth-  2^*_l������_J_t_     K__ft,QaT<-_>-_.*_*��������� -Vk-r--  JLP-BVBa-b*       ������ua������-anj     m.i*m.  North West  per package  30c.  Fairy Sodas  (  2 packages  1  "!  ']  ���������*_J-D*C������.  ���������1:                                         '  Sweet Biscuits  '!:  per package  ill  IE*  (V  YOVH CHOICE  M  7  Cocoanut Waferm  n  Ginger Snap*  -;  Social Tmfta,  ������������������)  Macaroni Gemm  (  Graham Wafers  Strctei  nil i BiLsit? *>rics8  "xuesaay, jane  ds-f. sud will   bi  thft bank staffs and. postmaster. Mail  wilt be given but that day from 5 to 6  p.ntt. only.  -" Mr. Hutchings, a former ledgerkeep-  er at the Bank of Commerce, how located at' Nelson, was ' a Queen's  Birthday-visitor hers with Mr. ant-  Mrs, (-a-arland.  Returning officer KusaeiS "ueamy will  preside at,the official nomination of"  candidates for the Creston riding at  the local police office today from one  to two town time.  - Commencing \with June Creston  Public Library will be open on Tuesday evenings from 7 to 8 instead of in  the afternoon, with the Saturday  hours the same as usual.  a  Rpv. F. V. Harrison,  Anglican rector of Cranbrook, was a visitor here|  with Rev.   H. Varley   one   day   last  week on business in connection   with  the deanery of Bast Kootenay.  The Mission Band of the Prcsbyter-  ian Church are having a Oliver teast  the home of Mrs. S. A. Speers on Saturday afternoon, May 31at, from S to  6.30 p.m., to which all are invited.  Rev, G-. Knox, whom the B.C_  Methodist conference have assigned to  Cieaton for his fifth year, la expected  home before the end of the week and  will take the usual services on Sunday.  Mr. and Mrs. Mcltaren, Mr. and Mrs.  J. V. Locahend and Mr. ami Mrs. B.  B. Mcleod, were at Cranbrook for the  Queen - Birthday celebration on Saturday, getting hnnne on Sunday evening.  Mrs. Jos. Heath of Invevmere ar������  rlvedl on Wednesday last on a visit  with her daughter, Mrs. Floyd Hod-  gera������ eonking back with the latter who  has lWn at Inverntere for almost the  past month.  Mr. ahd  Mrs.  Fred Benhaml������fton  Sunday for a point about forty miles  nrn*th of Batifefo'rd, S������������k., -where' tbey  a.r.y^Ung fdvrai\R ofd .,Vk,c' .Ssomccte^d',  ht������ neeurerl on a trip (into that connti-y  %*Ur hut frtll. ! i  Due to shortage  of apnea   we are  <x������i-,p������-I"*-������l to hold ovrtM' unUI mktissue  a rf-w>rt of m very en������Joyable -picnic and  sports d������y hy the Preshytatlan Htnntl-  tit������t Boya* Club on May Mlto* as well  01,*,.    Wa^waj, ���������������**.<!       f****** f****t *****    9   I**  "*���������      4*������K *t-t"������C   ,������#���������    MaRMf  |*||ni.������W^  Istlng tha* Incorporation of O������mton  vili������-ir<������.  Creston, June 2,3,4  7  mmthLmmM A_  m.   mTimm.m'm.Jrm.m.  ^iA**g pgrfg  Wo say> ^without fear of successful contradiction,  that PansahaBikaV-Pefcs -eonstitnte  the beet  company of .trained birdie dogs,  oats, monkeys, and   other anfm&tp ������v������-? prneaiited. , -  Le������ a_id Ellis, EnteJ'fai-iers  They play a number of diJJereiit' instruments, they sing, they  dance, and-they send over the foot  lights some very clever impersonations. J**  - George Henri 1-eBarr  Yon want to know, why you are what you are.    Of course,   you   do.   Georges   Henri   X-eBarr,  ^ BLP__imm*%m.������������_ mt*.       a-*%_^_ ������^1__%   ������ik_-_rfb'B������rT-*---4-       ���������^���������-1 ���������   4> *-"i-I    ->-*������������������    >i_-._ai u.t  jl-m������ ���������������>���������*������-���������������   |-������-jr vuw  ori-<u^ou-    mil  uCiU jfUU   'OTUjr* -.  *��������� _. ���������- " ���������*"  ;r -    -C. Vincent Hall  Mr, JXaU'will hold your.mosfc interested  attentaon when he presents, hie illustrated address on  --"*'*' "Tomh Hunting iu the Valley of the Kiuga,"  "-,   " -        - ." - "*���������  Metropolitan Sympiio Band  Ha__el Eden, Soprani-,  __y__* "_������_J"|   '"������__ II    In &-ditvion to ensemble numbers that will please you  witb th������ir sQar^wous eseoutiou. "Lure will  be instrumental eolca of untasual merit.    The Band, wall accompany Edeu and Newell m  A      their vocal fiielectiono.  - The Three Musical Paftons  The three musical Fattens bring an entertainment entsreiy new and out of the ordinary.  Hesiry B>.' Bisrns9 M,D.  -^ --,__-,.      . *-     .._  Dr. Burns may hit you in tbe solar plexus, metaphorically  speakjpg., off course, but he'll leave  - ~~        you healthier, -and wiser. ~   -  ���������-"._-- ^ * Einory .PaimeH   ^ .       -  The one man band is unique among musical entertainments.  -It's the only one iu eziateuce.  7 WILLIAM LEA, Clown 3  'William X_ea is seventy years eld, hut no one would g!!������������?sth,s ,fac������t-' after.seeing hiss in his p3byei������  -~ oarou^ure ^ei-ponstrationECc In addition to these, - Mr. I^f gives ' a suosb tisaely^Bud in-..   .*  "; ^^;"    -'te-*esting t������^^ .jV  ^__^m {��������� S*^__l ���������-*   "9 _������*'*__������������������  rranic tsoiin9 ra������iJ.  |_is now f&fnous lecture.   'All tbd World and Ourselves,1* is, one of the most thought-provokii-ig  ..   addresses. delivered   in   recent years. -"   ~    :A  ���������v  N������ "YiDiiii P_urlc  Ko Yong Fark presentsths Japacsese question as few sseurs oasa prescst it,   Has is truly s, saholsr-  ''���������"';- ly lecture hy a scholarly gentleman.  "Six Cylinder Love" ._  It is one of the'moat humorous pl&yr ever presented.  ; SEASON TICKETS NOW ON SALE  , _l^_V^BSiBfi'-w-BS-9  f^S*x90^mtw^mtwo o������_y ^^a%-S4_?AIL&39q  (������0) JL ������^_S^_^c %R^JUl&fl^_&fi^^^SSJKA   'feW JS i&^-y^"  BSSSB-SSSSSB  I__5S5S__!  SPECIAL!  i<-        <-  Cbmplete'stock of Canned Meats. JPtdkles; Olives  J     Lime Juices, &c., suitable for Campers*  ^.  * ,���������-', >- /-"  THE ECONOMY -.OF QUALITY  Com������ to this store diiring| tlio summer months and be convinced of the fact that  gwpply Quality irteixsjliaiidiso, which meang* fcruc ������cwiiomy-  Dry Boods  ML  Mai        ������M  fiwS  rEBQ I! fill 119  HjH _f_t H"^*g Sa^aSSL Qi _#3  H"|H*^"a ��������� IS^Q j^H Hfl   "  H fajBffSI H| piwp^WffVF g fal^  V ���������������������������^-t** tat*' tan* ������������ M W  ���������MHUI  MW-W  I  ,i*i^^������^^ni&uT9'<nirMMaRSnU>������>'-(f*sm*l','*i.*IH������MauM������ ������,.- .*vf.������*'M>'jf'������.*������������-i'- .j *. J.   -MBUI


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