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Creston Review Apr 17, 1925

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 1'  Provincial Library  *BL_������  '- -_-���������  .   \  7  vo^xvii  ./.  -, Ar.    -  -IRWnrtr  B. C, ^^AY. APOTL 17, 1925  No.   1������  -*-  *iy*_riT rrL-rlhi'T'*!'ii,**TT***T  i������i  end of the week. This is tbe������r.,see6_<i  winter at Lister find they Are- much  taken-with our climate.        .    -  .   "  -  M_  waa%r~a������*pftO .vca,   V  The ��������� "C"-s-Q|J������������sti���������e \*. m***"  Association iwd a bu^nesG*-"meetin^On  Tuesday night, A. Spencer of. Canyon  City it. hare at g-oe^ent lonfcing7 ofter  the books UBtWI "acpew'-.^retaryl-ls  appointed. * ';-r    '--"-: *f', " ^    \* _I" *"*'  AM. Wigen*������ mlH at Alice SldinR  started on &n& sea-urn's cist o&uWthis  week. There i* a large stock -of logs  as there boa beeW a large qt-ew. of  joggers at work all winter.,     k'/k '  The government-grader te-atjwork  on - the roads here aty present and  everyone of the Wynndel ^roads Hire-  now In real good-shape, "a   -- -  The first picnic of the year was? on Mr. ������n������ Mrs. Heap spent several  Good Friday when a small gathering \**y P*Bt with the latter's parents,  of two ri^ao������d������yeu bIouk thec..aiiii-[^^   ������aa   Mrs= Sinister,   a*   Greeton,  I returning on Tuesday.  "*>.  _"!Io':kroann^8inc& the Srst-o��������� the year,  arrived home ba 7Tuesday and: will  remain for .spine time .looking, after  spring work. -^      - " * ^^  ,   ' "'"* '  - Lister roads.are being* ptit in good  shape by the-grader crew this ��������� week,  with Tom Ross handling* the four'  horse team and I* N. Xeamy of Creston in-charge bf the grader.  Crestoia-E.rieks^is  .*���������  oj_-__i  ������*-vwSion  y    __  Mi$*&mip  Tfoe^ Crft-J^ford ��������� HHl diversion  on . the., main Creston Eriekson  i������-^ wiii Wy coiistrueted almost  "immt'*&i_tolyvs������ ..to  word  -fe^chibR" us. bja^fuesduy' fromN  public works deg^tj.t-4-nt officials,  onr information" Being tfaat thet  work will life tinder way by tire  first of. May.!*   ,  " _ ^  Tlie divereion starts at a point  about - opposite Che Crawford  residence and cafmeets up with  the old road ������._a-ai__ where rock  work was discontinued at the  Maxwell ranch, the  new   bit  of  at Cc-anferook hospital   on "' Apr-it- 6th,  following quite a lengthy Ulftess ftom  pt-lznonar*-*    tuberculosis." k  Dfitceased  ~tt������ 71 years of age - and  had; been- a  resident bf Eriekson .JPpr almost  the  past fifteen years, during which time  he mad������ a'host of  friends   Who   very  deeply regret his passing,, . Tha funeral  was in  charge  of   Rev. J. A. James,  with W. Browell,. M. It Palmer-/������.  Cartwright, Jos. Stinson, Alf. palmer  and B. Walmsley officiating  as   pall-  bearer������^.ma���������y floral tributes bespeaking the high esteeerr in which   he-!was  held. '-    '  :S5������3^fm������������S *s_*-B������j*r  Local and Personal  el below the old Wiles place.  The fast rS^isg slSHx wud-iioess o������.fcn-**  water has ������to*������*������6d. bass "ffefeinij,* is tb"**  area. Several ambitious anglers have  been out every chance they got but no  catches ars reported of late:      .   .     ";  Fred Tower,-who-hae bMn^ori.iSse  Winlaw payroll for" the last two years*  left on Saturday for Moosefaw,lS**-w-..-  where he figures to help with seeding  operatic-.-*. -' - ~  Percy Cockle of .Kitchener is spend-  ing the Raster holidays here with his  grandmother, Mrs^J. EL Rudd.  *ne C.G.I.iv girls, who had arranged  a kike for Tuesday, decided   to   make*  ������W������a������.|.������rU_l��������� ___ V_^r_. _������_Cl_ ��������� _,_.__  sss-j sas|������ %_. -k^aaaesanau   ������������������J������Jt     a.������ja"a������    *a^������-    ������imc-  local junior talent, an Tuesday's ball  game. They came * back on ..the- train  and report a real good time. -  Messrs. Crnicksbanks and Barbette,  who own a considers ble block of land  near .the  Elsie   Homes   mine,   were  over  -     _-.a_  \ ^  visitors here on. "fcid&y  losing  victor ana ������*ock t-trundy are spend-  ttnana tj������������ "^"-sstsr "fresk *?scii.t;on wj|h  their mother, Mrs. Whiteside, aniving  from Creston on Thursday }&ei\.  "*��������� *=?������=". *������. -'. Sa^sws a.sd* t������s ehlMrsn  of Cranbrook" spent a week visiting:  Sirdar friends, leturnin^ on. Thursday"  M"f*s.^CSo MvOoodm:m of Or-*sbr4M*kv  .pent th'e weekend here with her  daughter, Hm Roy Proctor, returning oirlfuesday.  Principal Hlnes of the Sirdar school  is gpcuuuafl tuo EuBter week boSiday  "wiih Heleon friends  *r_*a*l-i  ���������-kiai"  %arjL.-vr A.*_t..__*__lv _alimiaic_|-.<ria��������� flaca  xaVOred  Biraar win oe  service on Sunday evening, -when Rev.  H. Varley will be here from Creston  for Church of En-land serviwl  The two -work trains" are making  unusually good time on the trips -to  and from "Canyon with fill material for  present excessive, jgrade and giv-  in^^-a new roacfe?that .will not  exceed the customary -5 per cent,  grade at any   puifi*. \  The new road will lie standard  width.and will be-put iu the liest  possible shape pending hard surfacing later. This bit of improvement will- yfoe appreciated  "hy all. particularly by those w*ho  have loads._to "haul,   as it  will  a>     m. "fc"-    Hr C   '  enatiiehayiiaui^ra and others'at  Canyon and Eriekson to at least  take- on double -the loads they  are now able-to .transport. Too,  with the completion of the diversion iutiCu o������. to.e tramc tnat now  goes over tls& lower highway will  take"* the _ snain TUkdr for it and  thus improve ifa.veiling on the  lower, road.'  A full measure of .credit for  getting an early start on. this  work'must be given John Nor-  cross, tlie Libera} candidate in  the last provincial election, -who,  For Sai.e���������Airedale dog piippies  hunting strain. J. B. Holder, Eriekson.  I     *-rea Kiingensmith left  at tbe nrs&  | of the month for   Luniberton4   where  he-is S2er for the   B.C  pany mill at that point.  > Jeff.* Knott got .away at the end of  the we^illior fen,Sister week vac-it:-;h  with friends in HasJo.   -  Mrs. A. Spem-er -was a visitor with  frieicide In Nelson-the fore part of the  mz *. - ^.  wees.     ��������� *-  -   - *��������� . -*  J Wt"*Gobk; --who7 is still employed'at  Bonnington.is spending Easter week  at his Canyon -home. * .  Canyon Epworth League members  are due. to saake the trip to Cs-estpn on  Thursday night, 16th. on -which occasion they wilt put on' tbe night's  programme at tbe Creston young  people's session.  Miss B*rances Knott, teacher at,  Skookumchuk. accompanied by Mi-is  Hogean, who teaches at Wasa, are at  ths ISisott bosjie for the ���������v?ee?-.''s  days. ^ __  ar������   vjrajrui,-  Olaf"  Krt-i  ^nyo*. Herb Manuel and  Keith Liidgate puiied out on Thursday  last ffor Ti-sa], ^here they ~are now  employed about the smelter.  Mrs. JT. V.. Lnchead and. Mrs. Geo.  Tiitiimp-aon of West Creston returned  on Friday front Cranbrook. where the  latter had been consulting _>r. Green,  her health having been none too good.  tbe past few weeks..  fishing has opened strong  landing a sample weighing  VMUvn'-i  The  Bill Hals',  r  Vlft  l-.tsfc week. This is within a few onnceB  of the biggest bass caught in I92# in  wsost Brssthers. competition.  ������*..������__������___.  Afl-aAn  f^.������.aa������a^ mm.^^^*m  tiuy oiroweii is again employe-! at  Creston, where he ison the mechanical  staff at the Lidgate garage.  .The Methodist Ladies*. Aid are well  eatisned with a cash intake of ������50 at  theirnsiial~_Saster Monday sale and  concert. The" latter feature was  largely given by the Juveniles, with  'Principal Koithammer occupying the  Chair. "*   .  Mr. and Mrs7Wetherhead are calling on Nelson friends this week,  leaving for that city on Tuesday.  A. Spencer has received the appointment- of boo&eener Bnd-**b������n������Hjr of tbe-  Co-Operative Fruit   Growers   Apsoel  ation at  Wynndel,   and has   aiteiidy  entered noon his new duties.   ..--'  The school truntees had a special,!.: There was a splendid turnout at the  ���������session on Thursday night la������t in I Methodist Church .on Sunday after-  connection with* tbe- smallpox regula- j *4������������n forthe annual missionary serviced  iic-'r'is.  - uic ���������Heller, <s������������^sauf^cuf$  to-be done on it.    -  ,������a.a������- ������n#a  .L-fltherah service in JSnglish -svill^be  held at lWynndc_l on -Sun-day* - April  26th. at lla.ni.  A ball team made up of the small  boys of Wynndel school ywent to  Creston on Tuesday to "play .ball with  a Creston nine, bnt to owing to lack of  available space to play, and also to the  fact that Creston saw Jit to choose a  team from a _igger and older class of  beys, Wynndel was. rather badly  beaten, but they are going in for stiff  practices to improve the team, and will  have another go at Creston���������and with  better success.  ^  The Musical Sckardts, Swiss . bell"  ringers and. variety . entertainers are  billed to appear in Wynndel on Thursday, April 28rd. In addition to the  peal of $wif_8 handbells (160 In number)  the company perform' on xylophone,  saxophones, brass and string instruments, musical glasses^ and other  novelties. Bernard Eekardt, comedl  an, will entertain with comic songs  and sketches. After the performance  there will be a dance .with music by  the Bckardt .-piece orchestra.  I   An unusually   enjoyable  time  spent at the garden * party   at  North's on Monday afternoon.  T^  was  Mrs.  mLmm9fom������  Mrs. Parkin, who has been a Michel  visitor for. a few weeks.. pAst, is  expected home today to take charge  of spring worn on the ranch.  Friends of Tom Marshall will be  pleased to hear that he is making a  verys-itisfactory recovery from the  mishap of. a,-, couple of weeks ago,  when he sustained- A crushed fbot^tnd  hid to be taken tp the' hospital at  Vancouver. ���������    -~     i  Mr. and Mrs, Whitman and f-miily,  who have been in charge of the Wigen  mill boardfng house up Lizard Creek,  have this week moved back to Wynndel.  / -  C. S. Heater left on Tuesday on a  businebs visit to Cranbrook and other  points in the Grow.  Frank Simister is busy this week  breaking th** four acres he recently  cleared oh the old Oavon place^ and  will be planting 6t but to spuds.  _ G&8^ ���������B& WSBl5l&������s&  - v         i  . Mrs Harry Rnsindale and family  wish to take this -opportunity of  expressing their appi eclat ion of all  the assistance and help afforded by  their friends in their. recent bereave  ment. ���������  k^hskman  ations    wtll   be   .noted   in "-it.   special  announcement elsewhere-in this issue.  \. vei^r>**m.ce-the siej6back the horti-   | tions *and the pu|.'-*mie of .%eir^delihor [������t *rbich-t,b������ feature as -well prepared  -calmrists have" sustained aedaioe' | ations    -wiii   be" .noted   tb "*a   ^-rociAl | P������I^rs "B'sslsii-noniary   work -_*va������*������ *vu  Apparent^ .-has   been ui*ging .the  minister  to    assist in  handling  nnemployntesntr-by getting needled.  pnblio works started:  . _%i& work. -wViil  be <5one by day  labor and o������vtlie, job infeofor as it"  is possible preference wifjl lie given farmers and their-teams.  4 Mrs. F. H; Jackson and Mass Wade,  teacher of .Division . ,111.. *o# Creston  a���������hoolr- are spending "the Easter  vacation with Misji* Ogrlvitr Wills, a  former Creston resident,' not-/ living at  Fairmont Springs, near Windermere.  A Children's Masquerade Party will  take place nn Friday, April' 24th. at  the Parish Hall fiom 6.30 to 9.30 p.m.  Prizes for the best costumes.- Games  and dancing. Admission, adults and  children, 25 cents. Everybody welcome. ____  FoxtSAXaB^-A good, gentle milk cow,  Jersey-Shorthorn, Ave yean-, freshened  December 27th, 966. ._JAlso a 2-year old  heifer, - HoTstein-Ayrshie-e, due- to  freshen in Ma-jr. $45 now or 855 when  freshened and milking. R. Sinclair-  Smith.  Miss Murielle Millington, wlio, is  attending hlRb school at Cranbtook, Is  home for the, Easter vacation, along  with Miss; Irene Huscroft, who is at  Creston high.  Master Ron. .Gibbs and** Irwin  Crosthwait of Creaton are here for the  Easter vacation, with Bert Bobden.  School Is closed this week for tbe  Easter holidays nnd the teacher. Miss  OlierriaOgton, iwufc bet* iiomuu in .Cj-vston.  W. Milllngtou. wbo has been working ���������t Kimberiey all winter, ie spending a few days with the family here at  present.  Mrs. John Bird nnd young eon left  on Monday* for  Nelson,' where they  "will vEcEfc frimtlo for a eonpte ef **?etr*fce.  A. E. Davies, the new road superintendent, was looking the Ustor area  over this week, getting a^-IIne on the  roads nnd bridges that will have repair  attentlon-thls year.  Mr. an������l Mrw, Fred JBolduc of  Tompkins, Sask., who have spen������ the  Tho    December  have    dope   little  freeze appears to  diimngo to Alice  Siding strawberries,, "the 8-acro patch  at Re-sd <fc Matlier's looking jparticular-  ly fine at present. -  Mrs. Hilton Is- having a visit this  week from Her sister,. Mies Dal ton,  who Ib in Canada on fprlough, af te*"  --pending a few years tn the Orient*  returning via San Francisco.  Jack Smith who ia scaling at the  Johnston mill st Canyon, Was home  _.___.. w������j:������-L -looklug after ������|jt_*ii������g.'%*'oi*k,-  thc mill having been abut do*Vvn for a  few da*|-s due to a. log shortage.  ��������� The union Sunday school attendance  Is now over the 80 murk, and arrangements are being made for christening  set-vices at which Pastortt James and  Knox will oflfla-Jnt*. on nlternnt**- flnn-  days at ths end of the month:  The water ts abnormally, high for  April hut to date It .has not been  neceoan ry to herd the cattle off the  fluta. .  ������#, .  ���������I-Pan���������..  ���������mmfjfl  the Lyon ranch, left for home at the  '  Mrs. R, McOonej^al nncl children of  Kitchener wore visitors with Mra. E.  ar-tia* -   im  -.���������.���������^n,w. w.   ���������..     r. *. ,-. ^. * .-'   r>44   ^M ...     ,.������     ������a, ,,    *a . .. . *  ���������a. ..J- w.-^a mm ^.%#,.||.a^, .j*.  _... jg a* tea/ aaM>W aaiiaa^w  Miss Tremhath, prinoipjil of' tbe  Erickivnn school, is spending this  week's vacation with Nelson ft lends.  Miss Rienter 1s at ber home, in Midway for the week.  Mr. and Mrs. if. Macdoniild and  children of Ci-anbrook were EaBter  weekend visitors here with Mr. and  Mrs. Geo. Cartwright. 7  : v   ...������      r, ' -.  '���������'  .    .     ,.- '   .        ,..-���������  Mrs."������., N. ^nney.ywho is at &t*es-  eiit residing in Nelson, , arrived on  Thursday last o"n a visit with Mrs. R.  Dodds., '''������������������*-':"?���������'  l*he Wlilriwlnd: Club cleaned up  about 910 at their daffodil tea given at  the   schoolhouse on  Tbursdayaa-ofter-  noon last." *  JMIbq Gladys Wood has taken a  position on tke sales staff -it the Fraiter  bakery at Creston, starting work on  Wednesday.  Mrs. L, Leveque returned at tbe end  of the week from a visit with  friends  Bn OraiiaWook.  ���������Mrs* H������ M. Wh^raster and young  daughter of Nelson are visitors with  RrlcCcson friends this week, guests of  her parents, Mr. and'Mrs. M. R.'Palmer.  Jan. Wood wan a business visitor at  ���������branbrbok over the t-wsekessd' j*ett!nff  brtok on Monday.  This year's buying of stumping  powder has been exceptionally leeavy  and would Indicate a blgger-than-over  land clearing campaign this spring.  Quite a large number of Eriekson  l^eop^o were at Creston   on  Thursday  you of   the   whit-t  of- the week.  a.aaa.4. laaaaa.,  #^> w.   #%..*��������� I*,.  > *l      Mail    .%> ^.  ���������������������,*������,  Just to remind youo  drive and dunce under the nin-piees of  Christ Church in the Parish Hall tonight, Friday, April 17th, with cards  due' to start at 8.30 prompt. The  admission is 60 cents, and all are  invited.  Foster's prediction of no ruin ffrom-  April till August was rudely broken  on Saturday and Sunday, during  which period the Valley was favored  wttb a rainfall of just over an finch,  and the land was never in better shape  for spring work.  The new altar at Christ Church was  used for the first time on Easter Sunday. Thp hangings were the work of  tbe members of the Ladies* Guild and  the new furnishings make a great  improvement in the general, appear  ance of the edifice*  Miss Thelina West left on Wednesday for Medicine'ttat, Alk&rta, near  Which place she. will have charge of a  sobool for the next f������V������* months. Miss  West Is a 1024 grnduat������- of Calgary  Normal, but has beim lately employed  at tho Fraser bakery.  Creston citizens extend "their sym*  pathy to X. Harris, In the death" of his  wife, which,'..occurred at Kob!o on  Uc.nda.j-', fcaUloBi'In^j .Quito a tciajjtby  illuess In the hospital In that town.  The funeral took placu on Wednesday,  with Interment in the Kaslo cemetery.  Bert Nelson, who boa been employ-to!  at the Speers and Marcantlte stores,  as well as the Rodgers box fmetory  since coming  hoir-e  about five  years  Malcolm McDongall, who pasoed away  Iw. 04, m*   H-������������   ^M.ont    mj.  MIWai-1    H*m   kaV������*aa������    ���������*>������������.  *>������M^Wf|  the B.C. provincial  wm���������)  #*. >**     #aa 1*.    ������.*      I  '||W ���������������#*.   IMN     IMIaaii    tha*    I  polleaai-id left on  "given, isy  Jfiss -Arrowsmith of Creston, who  spoke'on. Japan; Verne Cook, whose  talk was of China* and Miss_ Edna  -Holmes.-who discussed home missions  jgen������?r_Il*>v  * t  Wednesday for ^Kimberiey,.where  he  will be stationed temporarily.^, He is  an exceptionally fine type of man for -  this work - and   should   give  a-  good ,  account of himself.  Now that' gardening operations are  under way it wuT not come   amiss   to  remind ponltry owners that the pound  by-l.-iw passed by  the   village   council   .  at the first of the year makes it illegal  for chickens to run at large, and severe -  penalties are imposed  on   tnose found  guilty.  Everyone interested in tennis and  lawn bowling are reminded' of the  meeting at S.S0 Saturday afternoon,  April 18th������ In S-sjeera* Hall, when4 an  effort w|ll be made to organize for  these sports. Creston surely needs  these outdoor sports and a large turnout is hoped for.  Mrs. Slingsby, who has been occupying the Cherrington cottage for the  past six months, returned to Wynndel at the end of the week, to look  after the str-iwbtrry crop on their  ranch at that paint. Mr. nnd Mrs. *  Hertig have moved into the houso  vacated-by Mrs. Slingsby.  The Easter children's service at  Christ Church on Sunduy afternoon  was splendidly attended with Rev.. H ���������*-  "Varley delivering a. practical address  suited to tho day The collection waa  taken in eggs and aw. a result a shipment of some 13 doxeiis of these was  made to tbe Nelson hospital Monday"  " *%  .The oldest of the old ituiqr* chiiuok.  recall an April when the water nn tbe  flats has been as high a������ was tho esse  at the end off the week.   The h ot wi vc  of tha tan _a.y_ preceding Satuir-ay  sent tbe Goat on a rampage, but tbe  oooler weather wince the  end of  thai  woek nas checked tha. flooda teuiporaE-  iiy*. , *  This year's Chautauqua Is olferfng  something enliircly new to a Creston  audience, word having just been  received that for tuunlc night, Friday,  May 20th, a very talented company  will preaant tha well known comic  opera,    "The    Mikado.**     From    ail  in01 ������ ..,<������������������������������.; f ���������*;!*.   ".���������"*���������������������������������������������"*> 4*"iUi������ it������ ������nn������aa������a   otrtf-  (���������riimuii* will be tho very best ever.  MMMMMMMMNawMilMMM  m na.aaaiaa.ai.iamBialiaiWaalKilHMir.Tri",-;  'Wi*IWi.W-il>,fS__ffi'|_^  vsivistrsixkimrmmwo '7:'i  ������������������t:. -'/*-.  :j  -i  X  THE    REVIEW,    CRESTON*    B.    C.  j,cr_s_a__fl-i&*_____ i  M*VFAa_Va Q.j.____at? ���������  WW j������g%f tlii'ft iim**?  The GRANGE PEKOE is ext^a ������o  >*vr������AJt  Illogical and Unsound  / -      '"   awr  - ���������  -*n-������^  ���������'lawgiving consideration to the .tariff solely -as an economic question and  'enIce, apart from. anjK partizan bias-^-which, let it "be emphasized, should have  no bearing; on Lhe subject-���������some art'-enlion niay'be devoted to a recent^review  o J" Canada's Lex Li le trad.e ai������pearing:iii Eastern papers.  It is declared tha ty with some: 270 woollen and. knitUng mills scattered  throughout the "Dominion, business is' "worse than depressed; that, ia' fact, a  serious situation "faces this industry: Yef the textile industry is one oL* the  protected industries of Canada. True, jL claims that its tariff protection is  not sufficiently great, and the cliiei' burden _of its present complaint is thac,  imcier existing conditions, the Canadian industry cannot compete successfully  wiih. this mills of Great Britain and tbe continent of Europe.      So the tariff  An  Unusual Damage  Suit  k     ;  U.S. .Town    .Asks.   Compensation    For  Building Damaged" By Airplane.  Th<j \pfi\ 'bf-/ Eliot," MeC, is -askiijg'  comRen&a_iojt>.*rroraT"the>. Fed era!   GfOv- \<  Ijsftmf^P^ *     -**      J- - * ~ (  ermite-nt because an'army airplane ,r_-.  cently" cntslied" against the town hall  anctvdamaged>it. * Arnay -headquarters  "received .-rblS .the. war department the  claim '^aont~ to^Viai^hington. Major  ;Still-A_dliro������tM^FiEtii" Infantry, station  ed -it Portland.. M^��������� .was! ordered, to'  Eliot to "Investigated"    -   v  The aeeiclentjn avhich the town hall  was "damaged occurred when an aviator, fljing from Mineola Field, N.V.,  to Boston, became lost in thick weather. _ Flying close'.to earin he struck  the ElioL town hall. The. plane \vas  damaged, but the aviator escaped injury. -- * ���������������������������*���������-  aa ' t  .. rT*. -4*-      - j  B. Circuit Fairs        "-*  i-n \ :** -*i fl     ; rt  t/-������ .-*,     -i ry> ���������������*/-*���������������' ro������ i r\r  IV4"       J _i-_ja*"^--Ja1    Ltfat-l ��������� \->*J.  roti rvrfcc.  millionr     As  a   consequence .Canadian  mills  are  materials, for which no less than $35.000_000 was  -���������*���������<������������������'"  Suous-i j3e raise a  them out altogether. ������������������>���������-   ' ���������'' -'��������� :x ' -"-    ':"k'A'.  Bui could tlie Canadian mills succeed if tlie tariff was made twice 'as'high  as it no wis? According to the authority quoted in, the reviexv already referred to, Canadian mills are every bit as efficient as those of Yorkshire, that-  climatically Canada is well adapted to the business of spinning and weaving^  and that our Canadian workmen and -workwomen are equally well qualified forth-*: work.      Then what is the difficulty? * -' "        7   ;       *-  In the first, place, it is stated that the sheep raising indusLry in Canada*-has.,  been sadly neglected, that we should have twenty million sheep instead-of two  million, and in this connection it is pointed out that Great Britain in her small  area supports  twenty-four  forced to import their raw  paid In 1922.  The second diillcuUy confronting tlie Canadian mills is said to be the cost'  of labor, and it is pointed out that wages paid in the- textile mill's" br Great  Britain are only one-half those paid in Canada, while on the Continent -wages  for these workers are only one-quarter of what'is paid in this country, and,  inasmuch as the labor bills in these mills approximates the cost of raw-'nia-  terials. that it is easy to figure out why Canadian mills cannot compete successfully "with British and foreign'mills. ,. ���������  . .-.������������������--*..-���������  There are two ways by which cheaper -labor can be secured in Canada.  One is by reducing the higher" standard of living prevailing in Canada as com-  pared .with Great'Britain, and .the Continent, but tho Canadian -workman.and  workwoman do not wish to have their standard oi living lowered,.nor-..do-.the  people of Canada as a whole desire it. - Such a retrograde stop would never  be welcomed in this "country.' It. would be bad business foi; the whole  Dominion. '���������' . "��������� '" ���������'-*���������-'     ���������'"'"   ''.''.  "The other way is to reduce the tariff on all those things which the -workers  must bny, and thus, -while not reducing the standard oE living, reduce its present abnormally high costs. If it did not cost the worker so much to live in  decency, provide lor and educate his children and make provision*for liis old  aige, he could afford to accept a somewhat lower wage. But so long as the  -worker has to pay top prices for everything he must buy, just so long must  lie be paid higher wages, and higher wages than in Great Britain and elsewhere  whore artificial means arc not employed, to .protect, industries and "thereby  increase the cost ot" living for everybody.  And how is Lhe shefeo^raising industry in Canada to be encouraged? Much'  as they believe ia tariff protection for themselves, the textile manufacturers  would hardly welcome Lhe imposition of high tariff duties on raw wool. Their-  complaiut is that they have to pay too much now, and they want, to be able  to get the home-grown article in sufficient quantities at lower prices. But  how is the Canadian sheep raiser Lo increase* his flocks and produce large,  quantities of cheaper wool, and at Lhe same lime be forced to buy clothing,  .lumber, hardware, boots and shpes, food and othc-i .supplies in a highly protected market and pay  the high wages necessary to his employees likewise  Dates For lading Fairs In This Class  Have Been  Set  Fair "dales for "B circuit have been  agreed to as follows: Carman, Man.,  June SO to July 1; Portage la Prairie,  July 6, 7, 8; Dauphin. July 9, 10, 11:  Yorktoh, July :I3,14, 15;. Melfort. July;  16, 17, IS.y Erevan, July 20, 21, 22;  Weyburn, ^uly; 23i 24, 25; Prince Albert, July 27* 28, 29; North Battleford,  July 30, Slr and; Aug. l; Lloydminster,  Aug, 3,k4, 5;..''Vermilion, Aug?"'������, 7, 8*.  Camrbse, Aug. lOy 11, 12; Red Deer,  Aug.. 13, li and: 15.  The only>Albei-ta dates, still to be  dennitely decided are tho&e of !J_eth-  bridge which were set tentatively as  August .16, .17: &ndfl8.  Proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for  Neuralgia Colds  ).-������'-���������.  Pain.  Headache  ������  ai������-v-al������rt aryy^.  a-aUJ-'lU'a.������l_-  AM-cunialiSiii  Toothache  X."| - ��������� I * _  r-tecinxis  -_ir*^WlV������/// U   J,  A *>~ l  aTU^CUl  WORRIES IN The home  only    -payer-'   pactcage  \vhich. contains provenjlirections/  Handy  "Bayer"   boxes  of   12^ tablets.  Also bottles of 24 and 100���������Druggists.  Aspirin ia the trade mark (registered la Canada, of Bayer MantH^cture or Monoacetlc-  Rddester of Sallcylicaci-l (Acetyl Salicylic Acid, * "A." S. A."). Wlille It Is well known  tbat Aanlrtn meass Bs;er *r:-uiu_actu-:e, t-c assibt the public against imitations, tbe Tablets  ������f Bsysr Company trill l>e stampad with their general -trade csarJ*, the "Bayer Cross."  Many Find Employment  sell*-same   protected in a rice t  with  3Ls  resultant high  Voreed  to  buy   in   that  pi-sces lor e-verjiliing?  rratectloa through tariffs is noL a .priiic'iile. It: is artificial -i,nd unsound.  What is. one ruin's raw mittevial is another mail's iini shod product, and the  mome-M proioctioa i.s atTordt-d to I he "one-to-help his particular branch ol industry Lt. works in justice on another, and wlien he, hi turn, is protected, an  iLijiiHiLce is  pui-"K--"t-a->.-u o*_ h  iliii-tl   -.lorson or industry.      Protection "thus be-  ctitiios ;i vicioti?  ch"--]...-. ��������� i'i  T.-f* le.v-tite Industry  I'umishes  a  conr*r������.-ti* examplo ol* this.      Wool is the j  bniriht-.-d |.ruilii������" i>i ;!i.- -������������������-���������-], raiser.      Prole*:! jt ar.d yon Inertia se the cost of:  a lit-  raw .-mr.'jr"'-.! oi :lic- t.i-:.tllt. inanui'acltiroj-.      Wtiflllen goods and yarns are  1 lie filiL7tu*-'"  n������--o--'S i'i ������*!���������",  1 ixe work"i"  It    is    These    ThSt    Cause    Many    a  Breakdown in  Health  Almost every woman af-the head of  a hoihe'ineets daily with little worries  in her household .-.-'affairs.:.'    They may  be too smair to notice an hour-afterwards, but it 5s. .the same little worries  that break down the health ot so many  women.      Their effect may be noticed  in nervous headaches, fickle appetite,  Indigestioja.. pains in- the side or back,  and a. sallow  complexion..     To those  afflicted" in this .'way'"Dr. Williams' Finlc  "Pills, by improving and purifying the  blood_ bring   speedy relief.      .Among  thousands  of. [weak --socmen wlip have  tested  and proved the - merits of; this  medicine is Mrs. C3ustave ..liutt, Brux-  elles, Man., who says:���������"It is'-with profound thanks that I write to tell you  what  Dr.   Williaihs'   Pink   Pills   have  done for me.      Before I began taking  these pills I was. weak, ijnd my blood  thin, and watery.      I was', so thin that  I    looked    like   a    skeleton.      I . was  troubled with headaches and indigestion, did not sleep well, and was terribly   constipated.      I   decided  to  try  Dr.  Williams'  Pink  Pills  and  I   soon  found' that, they vwere just what "I needed.      TJndei*. their*Hi������e ixiy .appetite' re-  turned, my ������ood dtgested.propeiiy, and  I slept better, at night, and .gained in  flesh as well as strength.      The result  is that now I ain a perfectly liealthy  woiiian,, and there is no- doubt-that it  is due to the use of Dr. Wfilliams' Pink  Pills, a supply of which I now always  keep in the house, and I would advise  other women to do the same."  You can get these pills through any  dealer in luedleuie, or by intPll at 50  cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville,, Ontt   , A  Second   to.  Ontario .  Positio*ns  Found for  n  Saskatchewan  Number of  Unemployed  Saskatchewan was second only to-  Ontario in the number of positions  Cound for,unemployed during the fiscal  year ending March, 1924, according to  the annual report of-_the Employment  Services of Canada, just issvied,  '���������, Ontario placed 170;075 men and women: Saskatchewan, 33,114; Manitoba  66,817; British Columbia, 55,142; Alberta," 54,101;   Quebec    19,058;    Nova  O CO llcl,    JLV, ( I/O ,  6,000,000 Live in Australia  The Australian population is now approximately   six millions,  and  is   In-'  creasing at the "rate of two per cent.  ���������annually.     The largest city is Sydney,  witb a population of 1,000,000.  ���������nr���������.��������� a *  xuauj     who  terrible  Recoghized as. a leading specific for  the destruction of worms. Mother  Graves' Worm Exterminator has proved a ������boon to suffering children everywhere.     It seldom fails.  CAIIdUSalCU  read these words know the  drain upon health and strength, which  comes in the train of asthmatic  troubles. Many do.not realize, however, that there is one true remedy  which wiii usually stop this drain. Dr.  J. D. Kellogg's!Asthma Remedy is a  wonderful cheek, to this enervating ailment. It has,"a countless record of relief to' its. credit. It is ?ohl Almost  everywhere.- .**'-'  Citizens  It's easy for a man to do right when  he can't do anything else.  Minard's Liniment for the Grippe  Nothing pleases a homely woman so  much as to have a man compliment  her figure.  pividiHM of the manuritcturer, hut they ari'i the raw* materials, the  "if ii!-'-. of ill"- jii'erng*'- li'ialo and ".'emuIn workiT.      Protect Ihom and  rjttu.-��������� 1  dfintirid more for hi-- labor if In-  Is lo live in decency and  corn for i.      And thi.-.  labor i.. again  a*.nil i.htr- rii;inu7������<-������. itrfr.  Pilin^   up-  tariff  iHtrti-rii^m  ilit-, raw  niulei'iul of both the she up raiser  r  will never solvo  tlio 'tiifllrmlllt'S of tlio texllU'-  ind-u.'-n', n<r������r of any or her tndtisi vy.      It in ofoiioniloiillv unsound.  Latest Inventions By Women  Among this year's, inventions by women aro a transparent umbrella,,interchangeable scissors blades, a portable  bathing tent in whieh thp owner acts  as a polo, and a substitute for hatpin's.  of Pasadena, California,  have subscribed , j,o a fund for tlie  building and equipment of a community playhouse to be opene^ soon.  For First Aid���������iVlinard*s.Lin_ment  A stingless bee/lias been discovered in- Panama by a member of the  -American 'Museum of Natural His-  tory. according, to reports. It is as  harmless as a butterfly "   ���������- "��������� ���������    ' '''���������'"'" ',."'''   '"    ''' ���������'   - ������������������ ���������    - *���������  Op  ������fe������-  Only the unlnL'ormecl endure tho  agony of corns. Tho knowing ones  apply  1 followay's Corn Kemover and  -get. re lief. ..  ���������SJ*5  **%  Ch  LDRejs|  gone,  fani.-i   in  iiruia  mid  MOTTTER:- Fletcher's Cas-  -"-" i --!���������!-.- |T- nr-jii-im nniii-ri'iii) -iir*-  toria  is  a  pleasant,   hannlcssl  Sub*-;f.iti:itc for Caster Oil, Parc-  isoothin-j ^-yriipn, CMpecblly ("ircparcd  OiiMreii,, all  rigje/i..  Observatory For  South Africa  Photographic    Lens    Will .B������    Third  . Largest In World-  Dr, Frank Kehloslngpi*, director oC  Vale Observatory, accompanied by two  assistants, hsis gono to South.,Africa to  establish a brunch obosrvalory there.  I To is Inking tho now 2(Huch p'hoto-  graphlci lens mado oapwclally .for Lho  now obsorval.ory, and us D>*. Schleliliig-  or did not earn lo sond It. by Freight,  ofriclals, of Iho Montner on -yirliloh bo  Irtivols put il inlo n Htulorooni by "ll'"  self, ' '-  "There Is no rually good observatory  In the soul hern hem'sphero -ind we are  gf-hig to establish ono," Httld Dr.  (-.elilt'sliiMoi'. "tt has not been iletot-  ni1ni.il TCt, Ihiw������������v������-i', whet her It will lie  nl alohannoHbnrg nr nt. I "lo o in Font o in.  'rin* phottiKi-ikphh' h'UB that Dr.  Ho1ih>nlnger In Inlcinj* lo Soulh Afrlesi  1,-i iho third liti'woi-t in l.ho world,  '  linot-i  sin.I   slirat-H   art'  iiiumil'ticlured  In   1715  In o l or le-1  in  Io avoid imtcjitiojt-., .-iwaiyM Jt.������>I.. fof  y_-i-t.yen  tlirt'cliony ovt each  jia.f.:k;j.f<*  S/JStfyt   0.  I'hy_i-c:i,ina everyvylie. re rctommend It.  For   kVaB'-V   III-  -M'"and'a  waMa^anwiaaiiMH  MH' 11 n-naa.a.ni|  fuverhlll, MasHV  Lli.iiv)������_nt     -  '\y.   n.  t;  :i r-Gu  Why YOU Should Purchase a  Canadian  Government Annuity  "Because ln old ago it -will freo you'from tho dread o������  poverty or of beteoming. a burden updn others;    ���������   A- .  Because it -will bring you comfort and independence  in your later years;  BECAUSE IT WILi; GI!VE YOtT A I_X"Ra*13������i B-I3-  TURN FOB. THE AMOUNT INVESTED Til AN ANY  OTHER    XalFE    lNVES'l'MBNT    Ol'*    EQUALi    SE-  CU1^ITY. - "*, ,  i .......        .��������� f   ���������   ��������� ���������      ��������� ���������  17]or example, if a man of 20 will pay to the -Dominion  Government the sum of $B.ai a month until he Ih 60,  tho Government will agree to pay to him from ������0 as  long as lie Uvea $50 a month���������a return equal to ov������r  23%% on tho total amount paid. ' ,  If ho dies before" CO, every dollar that ho paid in, witli  ������1% compound Intorost, would bo returnable - to hla  liolrs. If ho should dio between GO and 00, tho  amount   so   roturnablo   in   a.   cash   sum   would   bo  5C,*i*J0.00, _ ...    ,^.  Bueh an Annuity may bo of any amount from $50 to  ���������jn.OOO a year, the cost being relatively'the siuno.    It ���������  Is non-forfoltable, cannot/bo nolzod for debt, and *������  frco from Dominion Income Tax,    For full particulars fill out Ihi*- Coupon and address lfcns directed.  Mail This Coupon���������-No Postage Needed  ba Department at t-aboiur, Annuities Brancli,  Ottawa, Ont. A-320  riMiHB Hriul ana-> Hi* ������������������l*iirtcll!o<������l_  ������f- liiformuilon" iuul full lanrllouliir-j na  lo  uotut  <������r  u  Cttiiutllun   <ii>v*rtiincnl , Anuulty.     Aly   n������������   li������ht   hlrtlulny   ivuw  ,.,.,.,,.yearn, .^������ ���������-    ' -'������!     ������������������'���������    ,  ���������        - *'  y  Ji'uH   Nj*ii������o    , ��������� ..........,.,.....,....'���������.....,.,���������-  (Htuto vvlietlitn* Mr,. Mrw., or MIh������)  Pout   Offl-D   Aalalri-HM     , ,...,..,.,,  ,'aV. ............... ^  K__* .....      _.* *__��������� .   . ^-- ^5*  \  mmm  mm  mm  ���������m THE   REVIEW.   CRESTON,   B.    C.  \  15  1 ' T   '    1 *.*     t  ��������� ������.   <9J ������__*!-"_---7-^8���������     ** 8 "**-. .#-1 ---* a_a-4--������������-������ ������   1-  -^ . /        7 I  T^l 1 - -  eveiopment i  Of Canada And U. S. Sn  iSriiiiant Woman Speaker  OW"S  Rare Business Opportunities  The relative commercial and industrial development-of Canada and the  United* States* emphasizes ihe outstanding business ^opportunities or th������*-  Dominion: "Fred V. Seibert,J M.E.Y-C.. [ farming  D.L..B., of the Natural Resources. Intel- j growing  ligea.ce Service of the Department or  the Interior, thus summarized the  position of Canada-.before the Lioks  Club of Chicago recently.  The United States presents- a. remarkable? combination of development  along -practical Ty!. every mairi line ..of  huuu&L.pursuit. Not only has it almost unrivalled strength in agriculture and manufacturing, but it is likewise strong in mining,. Ashing, forests,  etc. In short, commercially, and industrially,-it has.balance in a measure that is probably; not.equalled jjy  any other country in the world.*  In regard to the Industries which  KijnTtnvt, tlie coi_"iJ3nerc*rz L 'ii-^ of tHc 25o-  minion, Canada, like the United States,  is strong in agriculture, in. mining, in  fnvp..t    ??���������?_  ed Slates agriculture. Any comparison or agriculture in "Canada and the'  United Slates- would not be complete  without reference to the fact that  in the States, while still a  industry,    is    producing    a  __v^������o;  ���������������a   iicxicji *at5e,  anu  in  waterpower development, while manu-  a*rt .n+������.���������.������!.������-*    *_���������    a.-.-.    ~.  ��������� aai/vaiAitJIg,      _b>      mjj.      aj  Of these six major forms of enterprise  there are only two which Canada, in  proportion to her population, has developed  to  a lesser degree than^ the  IT.JJ^ J f-aj._ i. .  . ...   j-J ,5 _- . . ^1  Ouutu ^-jittLtr������ UiHiiuiitCLiti. JJUg Suu  mining.  Canada has ali-eady become a considerable manufacturing country, particularly in such lines "as the manufacture n of foodstuffs and wood products. It has also developed large  industries in almost every other line  of manufacturing, particularly textiles, iron, and steel.      It may be of in-  lcac&l   i\m   4,1 uisc ���������-n aaO   aajOii.   ������j/a_n   v*������.JKc..v������*l  as being largely an agricultural country to learn that in some years the  output of Tnauufacture-I products .exceeds in value the total production of  agriculture. With', however, a wealth  of raw materials of almost every description available within, her borders, j  smaller and smaller proportion for export, lt maj- not he long before the  United States may have to import  food rather than export it. What  this evolution-would mean to the Canadian, farmer" may. be. surmised. As  agricullure in" Denmark "and ' "Holland"  developed inlo an intensive and highly profitable industry by being adjacent to the populous market of England, so the proximity of the great  population of the United States can-  moff but be of benefit to agriculture in  Canada. ,*  .The United States'lias a total water-  power" installation at about 10,000,0*00  -.-'L-*--i*vrci. v^aa^-juj <%vi O.,       -   .   Y1.4.44 \J1142  twelfth the population has about one-  third this amount or slightly over  3,500,000 hoa'sei-ower. Twenty-five  years ago the total installation of Canada was about-150,000 horsepower."  . \__j   r A Drive For Rustless Grain  ��������� -. /  Aggressive Campaign Is Launched For  Extinction of Thi*- Evil  The Dominion department of agriculture, the research .council of Canada, and the universities of the three  prairie provinces are joining forces to  wipe rust out of ^ the western grain  fields. This     parasite,   apparently  works less havoc in -Alberta than in  the other two provinces. Ih Manitoba ifc is said lo.ejzact a heavy penalty iron* tlie wlieat grower, while also  levying a considerable-"foi I on the oat  MRS. PHILIP SNOWDEN *  * Perhaps no woman in British politics -has made a deeper impression  upon affa\*s of state overseas than  j Mrs. Philip Showden, whose husband  was Chancellor ol Tl*^ TTJ-cs-ssersai^s- ,n  the Ramsay MacDonald Government of  Britain. . Mrs. Snowden has recently  raadc a tour of the we_t. during which  she gave frequent public addresses.   -  More   Homestead   Entries  Ihousands Of  1/reesAnd Sfirubs  AArilLBe Planted Tliis Season  To Beautify \Vestern -Plains  (By Archibafcf IVlitchell)  Spring will -soqn be with us again  and tile all-too-short season for planting will see Thousands ot trees and  shrubs planted. Thousands of farmers will plant millions of government  trees and' thousands more from the  commercial nurseries.'  A Pulpwood Embargo  Economic  Loss- to Canada Caused   By  Exporting Our Pulpwod  During   31   nfonths  in   3 921,   Canada  exported  J.180.777  cords of pulpwood,  worth  The cost of turning that wood into  I_arge towns and small towns, cities ' paper was seven times the price paid  Increase    Is    Shown    in    Nurfiber    Of  Entries In       Four    Western  Provinces  The December official report relating to, hoinesteading in the four western provinces in 192 I show*"ihat "S.S09  homestea'd en tries were recorded, 665  in Manitoba, 3.843 in Saskatchewan.  1,181 in Alberta and 220"in British Columbia. Soldier giants to the number  of 63S weie also entered tor���������SI in  Manitoba, 32* in Saskatchewan, 201 in  Albert a and 32 in Briti-h Columbia.  This represents approximatels* 711,520  lt is only within" the last year j acres-      In 1923", 3,7*">4Nh*ome-.1eads and  crop,  or so that   steps  have been  taken   toj ������������f"soldier grants wr-r.** taken uP, rep  launch an aggressive campaign for the [resenting approximately ������59..20D acres  compared: wiih .1923 rime was an  in-  and villages will plant our street trees  and construct boulevards, and thous-_  anils of private citizens will plant  shrubs and trees and flowers, adding  their little quota to the work of beauti-  fi cation.  It will be a busy planting spring,  and it is a great work this, the creation of shaded streets and lawns, of  parks and shrubberies, shelter belts  and beautiful places. Great worth  work, the bringing of beauty and use  fulness "Out of sheer drab, raw, commonplace prairie and unlovely streets.  Great work and no wonder energ$* and  enthusiasm mount high as the time ap.  proaehes. Business men catch the  spirit individually arid they get it collectively. All the organizations-worth  while nowadays, the Rotarians, the  Kiwanis, the Gyros, the !Lyons, the  boards of tra~des and the different  friendly societies, put themselves^, be-  to Canadians for it.  In brief, where Canadian industry  made ?12,S86.192 out of that product  of Canadian forests, United Slates industry made ju**t seven times^as much,  or ".80,203,344.  The periinent question is this:  "Why t-hould United Slates mills and  United������ .States workmen make this  profit instead of Canadian mills nnd  Canadian workmen?  For every thousand dollar/ Ave thus  hand over to United States some good-  Canadian goes with it.  Neglect to enforce the pulpwood era-  J bargo is simply helping    io    n-wtte    a  condition   of  industrial   prosperity   In  United   Slates     that    is    depopulating  Canada.  . Thus,- ev^ry dollar's worth of raw  materials, that goes out of Canada hot  only.-makes  Canada   a  less attractive  place to live In, but  1 *-r_.  also   makes    ih<f  hind the movement, both w.*h time J United States a more attractive* place  and money. Everybody is in it and j to live in.  that so desirable spirit of co-opera-j Kow long can Canada afford to pay  tion in solid, unselfish community wel-Ij this tribute in men and money u> the,  fare is being reflected"vtoday in no bet- | United States?���������Van comer Sun."  ter   direction -than  this  tree  planting] "*        .  movement which is becoming such a \ [rogation   Expert  feature  of the planting  season   every!        B c jl      ail    i  spring   on   the   prairie.       "All   of   the] Loming   to   Alberta  town or the city is mine, not only my ' ,,,.���������  ^.       ...       _^           -     -���������.  --i  t    ~   3-t   A . i Will   Give  Aovice "-n,   worK   in  ->ou*:*i-  ern  Part of  Province  Dr.  John Widstoe,   one  of th*e   *>e������t  littie corner of it, and I am dping my !  best to make it a town worth while! |  That is the attitude. .  i  known authorities on agriculture  anil*  ������������i..������        ������3*^1^*^ ti cL,������ia aaUJi tell Jka^Mjl a mJXLH.l.cr������3 ,  and with remarkable supplies of cheap  power, Canadian . manufacturing Is  sure to make great headway in the  coining years..*  Canadian mining has fully as great  a variety of mineral wealth to draw  upon and probably an even greater  mineralized area to exploit than Anier-  ican mining. But a great portion ot  Canada still remains to be prospecr-  ed. Huge areas, of exceptional .prom-"  ise geologically, !hav e hardly'. been  tra\ersed. The discoveries that  have been made within the last generation indicate that in the near future  Canada will be relatively just as strong  ih mining, as, or 'stronger than, the  United States Is today. The remarkable record of gold and silver '���������'���������mining  in Northern Ontario in the last few]  years is, we have every reason to believe, but. a forerunner ol! even greater .mining expansion.' Canada even  today leads;the world in several items']  of .mineral outputand takes very high  ranlc among the minerarproiluctng na-  tlons**i)f the world. ���������-_._  A comparison -of 'ngrlcnituve. forest  Industries..-", fishing and waterpowers  shows these basic industries developed to ,a greater Tehitlvo degree In Canada. Tlio United Staff's has roughly  twelve times' the population of 'Canada; propiji'tlonathly these industries  should be in Cunuda ������tboiil. one-  tweli'lh tis great, as .that of .tlio States,  In agriculture wo have one-seventh  'rallii.-r than one-twelfth of the area of  improved lands, und the value ol! our  gross agricultural I revenue: each year  is considerably in excess of one-  twell'1,1 if of Uio  total   revenue of Unit-  extinction ol the pest. Now 1 hat the  matter has been taken in hand the intention evidently is  lo make the drive  ".     ���������w������o������������ 1      aTa-rr- /Ti       ������������������������. *n /I     -Iir*     fltaiy    "V, r*    l*t/.no<1      -*i----5 lit  some' cohndetU'-T "hat 7i    few "% ears ��������� crpase   ������(   2il-        TIk-it-    was   ������1so   ll  hence it will be" the fault of the farm- i*s"������ht increase in sohlier grant entwes  -j_ ] except ing   iu   Manitoba,   where   there  As a rule the work is well done and   _    .     _. .. -.       _-^t-  < irrigation  on   the   continent,  is  to  be  the  irees grow,   espeeiailv  where   the'. , ,   ,       . ,.     ^     -        ,      ,. .  _  brought to Albeira  oy *ne rtoMut-tt-*  trees grow,   especially  whe  work  is  large enough  1o  engage   ex-  crease in  t.he number  of homesteads {-pert  supervision.      Where the  super-  taken up in all  the  i>:6\inces. except- t virion  is  lacking,   mistakes  at*e  made  ing   Alberta,   ulu n*   tln-re   was   a   de-4 which   would   be   unb������*'li<_Vc-ble   ---nice. *.  er himself if his crop is-Seriously dan  _._^^.^_ ..a    1.2  .-_ ,      . . ,-^  aged and his revenue cut down by  rust enemy.-���������Edmonton Bulletin.  the  ' was* a- deci\������ased ol  f))..  Livestock   Prices  General   Increase   In .Price ..Is   Shown  For All  Kinds Of  Livestock  Figures " supplied*~by the livestock  branch at Ottawa show ay general increase oT"prices' for all lines of livestock at the five principal markets in  Canada, ��������� for December, -1924, compar-  | ed with those for the .corresponding  month ih 1923. At Toronto the.;average increase, taking every kind of cattle '���������'��������� Into   cohs3dera1 Eon,   was   35c^ per  little  Government to consult -vHli the"mem-  I bers of the cabinet on the problem ot  the   irrigation  lands   in   Southern   Al-  jberta,  which are  involved  in the  i*vo-  so  be  things  one ...... . .     .  ,  -���������-"���������If-evi-'e--   Jects ^nilt under provincial guarantee.  no room  for  ���������-Egg and  Poultry Pool  Plan   to  be   Developed   by the  Saskatchewan Graui Growers Association  Plans   for an* egj^  and poultry  pool  in Saskatchewan will bo developed by  the Saskatchewan"Grain GroweVs' Association acting with co-operation and  markets branch  ol! the- provincial  department of agriculture, it was decided at the S.G-'G.A. executive meeting.  CAP.  Edwards, president;. Mrs. Ida  McNeal. Expanse, president W.G.G.A.;  Mrs. J. Holmes, AsQiiith;   and 'XV. H.  Beesley,   Moose   .Ta\y,...V(E*.re   named   a  committee   to.  act   in   organizing   the  poultry pool. ",��������� ,    v  Dr. "Widstoe has recently, been engaged  by President Coolidge for similar work  j in connection with the U.S. projects.  The Alberta Government will have his  advice on tlie matter of colonization  of surplus lands and other problems  concerning the projects.  Mr.'"Edwards will .continue." to-do the  British Settlers For the U.S.A.  ���������������ni������fljpati������ii .  Is Believed  ProMipt���������Permanent��������� Reliel  CARTER'S   LITTLE   UVKK   PIIXS  rarely fail.  'Purely  "a'cgetahle rr.act  Burely but gently, on the liver.  Kcliev* after jA  dinner   din-   Jk  treaa ��������� re- **j  Ueve  lndigi*������-      t   tion; improve the compl������tjdon--'brlghteii  the cyc������.  Email nil���������Stiiiiaai :ifflosie���������nm������n v*rf#*  hundred, for swine $2,03, silid for sheep  $lyi3. >A< Montreal the .increase was  for cattle 34c per hundred, for swine  $!1.4rand for sheep $1..15.      At W'iiini-  peg the ad'-'a'rices .\ver3''22c for cattle, | feeqi-etarhir work or.the '..association,  ���������flj5 for swine and 51,42-for sheep; at'  Calgary, 13c for cattle, $���������'I'.3������ for swine j ^ -        Alberta  Cattle  For Japan  and Sic for sheep;  and at  Edmonton, j " A  sliipmeni  of 2������0 head of Alberta  5tjc for cattle. !"1.40 for swine and  19c j beef cattle will ���������������������������liorl.ly be 'made rroih  for sheep, ail per hundred. I Alberta in ihe nnme-of a large Japan  ese firm which "-has interested Itself in  the importation .of--"beef from Alberta  ranges.^ Another Japanese firm is  negoliailng for ocean space for a similar .shipment In lite near future.  Lower Birth Rate  .Fewer babies., a re ��������� born and more  babies die In English-speaking Canada  as the years'go by, -judging by a '"re--  turn of the Dominion burenti of sl-at-  islics on vital' KlsiHstles for "Canada  (exclusive of Quebec) for July, 1921,  l!>e In test records available. '*  i .���������. ^_! ,  Vou  mny  have   l,o   silffei*.  you   may  bill -no'power- mi the earth  To  Perpetuat-5  British   Racial  Control  In the fjiiieat Republic  The    TJnited:''StsUes    Is  making  a  shrewd bid" for the pick*'of the people  "who migrate:* -to this coittinRiit.      Before many yours the sfroam of immigration into'Hie United Slates will bo  so  regulated  that  "hi*c.'e out.'of  every  five'.how oifizens will be British. Since  t he   .Amorleai.    people wu ken ed up to  the problem,   they  have   sot.  aibout.   in  -^-rin'iio.^t   to   ehoek   Hie   How   of   Immigrants    from    court Hies, whoso" people  do not: I'tHuilly    assimilate    wil-h    the  American, .people 7 of 1'riilnh  drlgln,  Thoy are delnrnilned    lo    perpetuale  Hiiilsh rpclal control    In    lho:  l"i.ltod  SlUlOH,���������"Otlu-wu: CIt l/.oit.  one had  seen  them,  would imagine  were  there  would seem to  mistake.  Some  people  never seem -to  realize  that  a  plant is   a  precious  thing, not  because  it. costs   money���������but because  it is a iivirg thing, with a living en-  lily  all its  own,  a  distinct   existence,  eager   to   carry   on   and   perform   the  function for which it is intended. When i B.C.    Apple v Trees    For   the    East  one sees the criminal    negligence    oi  some people.with regard to trees, out-  is'sometimes inclined  to  regret that,'  in   the   scheme   of things,'  the   great  architect did not see fit to endow them  with- the  givt  of  speech.       Then  the  poor things  might have been  able to  make audible protest    and    direction  When occasion demanded and have .had  a chance for their lives.      Presumably  It was   expected     men    would ~ have  gumption enough   to  see   self-evident  facts, and   so ""the  lifesavlng' grace  of  tree speecn wa^.lei'l: out.   ���������  ���������������"' One of the most ..'important: and sure-'i  Ijr most, obvious tacts the tree planter  inust bear in niind Is that the propei;  'place for the roots of a tree is in the  ground and   not  out  iu   the  sunshine.  When he sees a fish newly   taken   out  of   its   native   water,   he   knows   it   is! Eidt; Trotsky*  out of its proper element. Why?! The general executive conimI.toe of  Because he sees it, gasp and flop-about fthe communist party has published its  in its agony. No need to tell him ! ,u.cre,-. dismissing I-eon Ti-ot*-k> from  the fish is going to die unless it is r-.-! ll|s po?l as *COmnilsRarv for tho army  turned at onco.to the water. Even | .md MJ|VV aml appo-,uij1K M. w.  the greatest dolt knows that, but. it Js : Fruns,% formerlv nsslstam commissary  distressing sometlnies-to see"'bow ex-en i oi w.lt. as ,l|s guccos.so,..  Intelligent   men   <lqh't   seem   io   real-'  lie, that a  tree out  of the ground  ih ~  "  ���������Jttsl like si fish out. of water and will  assuredly die if It Is riot returned to iis  native soil as speedHs* as possible.  ,  Large Orders Shipped'to New Brunswick and Ontario  British Columbia nurseries at Sar-  dis recently shipped a large order of  apple trees to the Fruit Growers* Association of New "Brunswick, Last;  season these nurseries sent apple trees  to the eastern association, and a repeat order on a large scale has just  been, filled. Moreover, the New  Brunswick grower's, are .being supplied  with a trial shipment of apple boxes:  from B.C. Nurseries at ��������� Sardis also  recently shipped apple trees to On-  i tario. It is not so many years ago  since apple trees were.-imported into  British Columbia from Ontario���������now  British Columbia is shipping apple  trees to the eastern provinces.  mny  Juive to die, but no power  can make a mini do wroiig without Jils  own consent. ��������� '  ^la_laIa���������|,)Mt^^^M^^^^_B_iWa^aaUa������������l_l_!a*���������aWI Wall aa������Mll4  IVER.  British Industrialists to Visit Qaiiado  A (lispatoh. |V)t>iii London is'to lh<- eT-  t'eet that, ii pai-ty ol.' UrJtish tnduslrh-il-  1--IS and ii������ii|iH_l,'ic(urt'r.s ivitl tour Cau-  iidii In tin* near ftiIure io 'invest it-ale"  Iho jiosriibiJIlii))" of Iho lurfher use oP  Canadltth- raw imitorlals and to study  L'sni'idiiin  market-*./'    <���������'���������  -   SORE THROAT  lion'l take the chance of.gelling  pn'eumoiiln, Cliock/ilutt cold now  'with Minard's. Tiilco hair a ten-  t'lin'nn !nli*rn:illy in iviolrim-C!! and  i;ub Minard's ou throat and  chest,       Quick relief.  ������  i  He  Won  lived on  "VV.     N.     I*.     1M-7"  Dnbb:   "I've  <\vo weeks."  I      Kubb:   "Thul*n ' nothbi*.,  I on a-'ii-llil'oi*   twelvf- yi-ars.'  vcgt'liibles  for  I've  lived  Hero is an instance. On a certain  Saturday, afternoon wo saw u man lay- j  big out spruce, true-* ou hl.s luwn where i  lie Intended to plant: them. They j  were about: two.feet hlpjh, nicely root-]  ed. and stood a good elianc**' of Rroiv- j  ing if haudiod right.. Wis happened ,  to pass that way again on the Monday  following and the*."- were still llta-re, I  Just   as   they   had  been   laid   down   on,  the,.' Saturday. Tin.: louts li.tU int.-n, ;  '���������'<&">o-u*d tti the sun for tw������> thtys mul. I  of course,  It. .was  liopeh'i-s  to  expect: j  them to live. * !  of  this \  *   tuilli- ;  try of bright. tsimHliin-* and u-a*������* roots ]  nip I illy dry out   If exposed  even  tin- aj  few  minute-".       A   llith-        "' '  "vlH  often   nuiUe  all   tha>  IWticti a living tJ'������.<- '���������'o.l  There  Is  still   far   too  much  kind of thing.      The i>ruhie is  til "all Mil I'*.-    lilH-  'IHfera-noo  be-  U     "It'ik*!!    aOilaj.  |\     | l        \L     I"*ro"Ven best  H   f^LjZS>    Since IBC7  time tested  baby'fipocl  F������EE BABY BOOKS  Wr"l������  lo The. B������>rtl������rn Co.  Ilrrt Ma.,1 ,     |M*r������r*. rt*** I,    tor-  tu-u Ilatiy Welfare Iloolua.  raj^to&yj THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription: $2.50 a year in advance*  83.6������ to U.S. points.  ;JDL. F. Hayes. Editor and Owner,  CRESTON. B.C.. FRIDAY. APR. 17  rot Poultry?  bering the local member's all too  ccnsuicn pies, c? hslplessn^s���������3the  services o������ John Uo_*cross wer������  requisitioned in an -effort to see to  it that the Valley was well taken  care of in -the matter of public  works department expenditures,  and .word is just to  hand that aa a  as if the West Kootenay Conservatives on the whole have cliosen  both wisely and well*' and with an  early start Mr. Ealing- should have  no apologies to offer if he is not  returned a winner -when the final  count of the; ballots is made.  Just   what   sueceess Mr. Ealing  reSuic  Mr.   Norc-oss*   efforts j will have would appear to. depend  In connection with the matter of  re-establishment that" is engaging  the serious attention of local growers a timely contribution has been  made'.'-*!*. .P. C Ebbutt. is* his  article of a couple of weeks ago as  to making Creston "Valley a real  poultry centre.  In practical terms, born of practical firsthand experience, Mr.  Ebbutt covers the matter so thoroughly that there is very little tho  H^view can add except to emphasize the point that it is an industry  that can. be gone into with a minimum of capital and produce cash  returns in a. remarkably short time    _Ui",*a_.a*.__-.������-i~       a*T    "* r~*. <r*Tm\ <Tk. aO-.V*** "_ T  __J������*C7JL XIJLJL^ fi.\^XJL    A   1 \XL I    %^*U*XXA^CAiXJ-  -    Sole Agents *'Blue Goose*' Oranges  _J     *I__S^_5__?*_=_|" ������__?__  -_.. _t      4->*    Ti������.^7  instructions have heen given Engineer Ramsay to   proceed   with   the  work of putting in the diversion on  the Crawford hill for which Creston  has hitherto'unsuccessfully pleaded.  To take care of the trying  local  situation     Mr.   Noroross   is    also  urging that for   this   year   special  attention     be    given   to    close in  settlers* roads and general improvements so that   whatever   expenditures are   planned   will   be   made  with due regard to the convenience  of  workmen  getting   to and' from  work.  The Arrow Creek diversion and  the putting of the new road into  Kitchener in good shape are other  items Mr. Noroross is, urging action  We will buy all lines of Fruit for Cash in season.    Get in  touch with its early, advising what $ou will have to market  I  *m* w������-_ w-w-.  entirely on how; . many   candidates  take the field against him.    If* as  was the case in 1921, the oncoming  contest sees  the. .Liberals   and the  Farmer Labor parties   again   contesting the-'con-tituency, the  Tory  nominee might   well  be considered  a favorite ln   th.e betting, hut  if it  should so happen   that the Liberals  keep   out   of   the   fight   and   the J  contest develops  into one between |  Mr. Esling   and'   Mr.   Humphrey,  the     present    member,   then   the  shrewd ones  might bo inclined  to  pick Mr;.Humphrey  as the winner  ���������provided he can pick up a reasonably full quota of the purely Liberal vote in the constituency.  As   the   Review    sees   it   in   a  ELSON, B.C.  ftm 444  WANTED!  r*���������w 5  dividends weekly to those .who will  seriously   -tackle    poultry   raising-.  That Mr. Ebbutt last year under  far  from favorable all round  conditions was able to get. the returns  he tells of, and that he is still in the  business, and  still an- optomist, is  the best kind of proof   that poultry  farming has  worth while possibilities, -which can be   made the more  worth while with increased production   and   the benefits that accrue  from   team  work  by the poultry-  men in   buying   feeds   and   other  supplies.  Now that day old chicks are  becoming available at. popular  prices it is to be hoped the committee that has been successful in  getting action on orchard methods  and dairying possibilities, will lose  no time in having an authority on  poultry visit the Valley and: dis  eraes the poultry industry with all  interested. ....   "  special and timely consideration cf  the minister of public works will he  very thoroughly appreciated.  The Conservative Nominee  on. aud if he is as successful in j Hnmphrey-Esling battle, while the  these as he has been with regard to | former will, of necessity, lose some  the Crawford hill hiseSbrt and the [of the Conservative farmer support^  accorded him in 1921; this loss  should be amply made up by an  increased^ Liberal following. We  also assume that with the tendency  of. Labor*-to back anyone other than  the nominee of either of the two  old,parties, Mr. Humphrey's 1921  Labor support will remain pretty  much intact.  Should the contest be one of  Humphrey vs. Esling the latter  may find himself "handicapped in  that, Mr. Humphrey running on  the Labor ticket,   13 sling's- special  administrations  ctiers  I want to get in touch immediately with enough growers  to plant 40.000 Tomato-Plants that I have ready'to supply.  These are the-popular "Secret*" variety, and I will huy  ���������very crate of them grown and # pay 20 -cents a crate higher  than the price going on the other varieties of Tomatoes.  \ l    "-" v  Fortius year L-expect to" pay. not less than $1:00 a crate  for all "Secrets'" delivered to fast, provided they are No. 1 grade.  If interested let me Hear from you at once.  Creston Valley Produce Company  ALF. NELSON, Manager  a  J  Far  Active Though Defeated  Due in some measure to a prominence gained through four years'  service in the legislature as re pre  sentative for Rossland, and an  acquaintance formed in the five  provincial electoral districts., em  braced   in   West   Kootenay in the  legislative campaign of last year, ability to criticise  W. K. Esling of Rossland accom will avail him." little against his  plished what was pretty generally non old party opponent who has  expected when he secured the Con-; j considerable of direct benefits to  servative nomination for West j va_*aous parts of West Kootenay to  Kootenay at the party convention!show for his four years at Ottawa.\  at Nelson last week. _ ,And by the same token Mr. Esliaigj  Bir.        .E���������SHillfj^      >������Ks{^iKR5������_>_.-SS        ->l.a      -UV-UIC     SS)   |!������U������*   U)   UHU   UlS        IUIU"       y"SJ*&n5       <*aV .  endowed    with     all' the   essential  Victoria of  none too much benefit  qualifications requisite in    a   party (to him outside  his   own party, his  Pianoforte," Qrgan ana  Singing Lessons   -  ARTHUR CQLLIS. Creaton  P.O. Bwx u  i:  In these practical daye when a  defeated candidate is invariably in  the habit of taking things easy  insofar as promoting the constituency's interests are concerned, Creston is indeed fortunate in having a  man who is showing himself to be  the proverbial exception that proves  the rule.  nominee. His four years at Victoria has given him a parliamentary  training that she-aid be helpful.  His long residence and extended  newspaper experience in the Kootenay comprise other valuable assets,  in addition to which he is a man of  some means and engaged in an  oecopaticn that will readily permit  of his getting about the constituency perfecting his organization and  familiarizing himself   with   condi-  the start of  the  When   it  became apparent that  the horticultural setback the Valley tions previous to  has sustained must  be  taken care actual campaign.  of in other directions���������and  remem-1 . From this distance  it would look  provincial legislative conduct not  being of the sort to win him su pport  from the Liberal ranks.  * j  .-*-��������� From now on chief interest.-. in  West Kootenay political circles  will centre on developments in the  Liberal camp, with some special  attention being given Kenneth  Campbell, the Nelson M.P.F. who  in August last made way for Premier Oliver in that constituency, and  wfio, in certain quarters, is looked  upon a likely Liberal .standard  berarer in the federal arena.  CHAS. MOORE, C  EFSSsSKE**"*-!   .^HCH'TECT  SURVEYOR  {[Registered!  CRESTON, @.e.  SALE sf ESTRAY CATTLE  Utsle3a sooner claimed I will offer by  imthl.e ease at- ray nreiatsesria SATTJIl.  DAY, APRIL 18. 1921?, one Heifer ana  one Steer, which strayed - onto my  property in the. fall of 1924. Stock to  lie sold to pay expenses, incurred in  keeping sanie.. AS. Wi DOW, Cf-eston.  CAYUSES ESYRAY  Game to the' Reclamation Farm  early in January "two cayuses; brown  with white stripe down faces, no  brands visible; uiare, one gelding.  Owner caff" ha're' same on proving  -nroperty and "paying -all expenses.  C. BbAlK, Ci-eston.  60VEBKHENT LIQUOR ACT  Notice, of Application for  Seer License  PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS' ACT  Notice is hereby given  that  on   tbe  11th day of April next the undersigned  intends to apply to the Liquor1 Control  Board fot a license in resprct of premises, being pai*t of the building knawn  ats the Dew Drop: Inn situate'at South  I Shican..'Bpit.is_- ..GolUmbitt.^upgtsfcLthe;  i lands r'describt-o   as "xx_t. swssf" liasio"  Assessment District, at the   intersection of Smoky Greek and the Jftootea-  ay JfiTver Koad, for: the sale of beer hy  the glass.oi* by : the  open,; bottle!.ytox  consum ption on -the premises.  7: :  Dated this 12th dhy Marchili!*^.-  ANDKEW WILLIAMSON.     -  "7 ^���������:'Ak''kr'kA'kk:'k--':xA,~':~' Applicant.'  60VERHMENT LIQUOR ACT  Creston Electoral District  .>*���������  LETTERS TO THE EDITOR  Notico Is horoby given that I shall, on Mon-  . day, tho 18th -day of May, 19235-, ������* the hoar ot 10  l o'clock In the forenoon, at tho Co-u-bhonse.  Nelson, hold a sitting- of the Court ot Revision  tor the purpose ot revising, the list of voters for  the said electoral district,'-and of hoartan. and  determining- any and nil ohjoctions to the retention of any name on tho unid list, or to the  refl-Iutratlon aa a voter of any ap-Mlcant for  registration: and for the purposes set forth In  tho "Provincial Elections Act.*  Dated at Nelson. B.C., this 0th day of April,  1S25.  J. CARTMj****-.  Registrar af Voters, Creston Electoral  District.  Notice of Application for  Beer License  Notice is hereby given that on: the  19th day of April, 1925, the undersigned-intends to apply to the Liquor Control Board foi* iti license in respect of  SATURDAY, APRIL 18  A REX BEACH Novel outrivaling "The Spoilers  5*  ffljjft.  Fm H ___0H___k. ___     II  lowing Gold'  An Epic of Oil  Featuring  Anna Q. Nilsson and Milton Sills  Fir-c - Flood - Storm - Fights - Frenzy - Thrills  Love - Romance - Adventure - Blazing Oil Well  Flaming Kivejrs - Gambling Den������ - Dance Hall ft  Delicious Comedy - Gigantic Scones.  An **f������***f* of owt and micryihmfH that gtocs with life  in fke boom day������.  aatetey  The Recreation Ch&b  Editor Rbvibw:  Sir.,���������-Please    accept     my    hearty  thanka fm the publicity given in your  last iaaue in the  master of   the   foi ni  atl-.n of a recreation  club   to   include  tennia and bowls.  Perxnit nie tn state futrther uhoutd  the formation of thia club be well  eupported 1 see no' reason why wo  could not look ahead for a. few years  and lay the foundation of a club and  grounds that will bo a credit to the  village und our community 1 Ifo. To  take caro of leisure houret, and have  Bomewhere to ro, and itomctbit_g to  do* meet at the olub.  The present features aro to Include  lennls and lawn bowls and if finance  and support warrants tho erection of  anuituble *-U_liJjuubt., tbtiL will pnovl-Id  comfort und modern conveniences  Incidental to club life.  Au attractive* feature of tho pro-  poaed club lu to .provide mombershlp  on a nominal Annual fae- to eruble  them to enjoy the aocia" vide of club  life as non-play-biK raouDabora; Kivlng'  tiUt-ii' LLiora. Luxwvrl Euti c.-ijJtuunity  welfare. *  A meeting-la urriingetl for Saturday,  18th, in BpeeiV Hall, at 3.80 p.in., and  the whole Bcb*>m������-wl11 tws laid before  you for your mouttldemtlon, and if  heartily supported a provlalonal com.  mlt tee will tm ���������-pjioltated for a Valley  ' rW. w*. for KikAinU'i-iahip. Come, liEtten  'decide; pliiy theK������>nie.  I aoMuxmvnr bpihit.  MINERAL? AGT  FORM F"  Certificate of Improvements  ivartoe  Borne Fractional and Tea-Pot Fractional Minora' Cluimn, fiituato ln tho Nelson Mining  DIvIbIoti of Kootonay District, Where-located: On Sheop Crook, ahout aov-on miles  from Salmo. _  TAKliJ NOTIOIC that-I, A. TL Groom, actin������  aaaeont for A. Bromnor, Free Minor's Oortin-  cato No. ftO-iao-O, and James _Bremnor, Proe  Minor's Cortiflcato No. IKKS07.0, Intond, sixty  remises being piirt of the building to  known aa Boundary Beer Parlors,  situate at Camp Liater, B.O.v upon the  lands described as Part Block 20, of  Lot 251, Plun 073, Konteriay District.  Nelson Land Registration I)istrict, in  the Province'of British C-olnmbia, for/  the Kale of beer by the.glujss or; by the  open bottle for consumption on th**:  pi-emises. ,  Dated this 9th day off March, 1025.  F. V. STAPLES. AppUciin t.  6QVERHMENT LIQUOR ACT  Notice of Application for  Beer License  iiij_ Recorder for a Gortilioato or IraprovcTnontB 1  for tho purpose of obtainin-j Grown 6H*anta of  tho above olalma,  And turtlior take notico that action, under  fleotlon 8ft, mult ho common-sod -oFotro tho  Iflfitianco of Hiioh Certificate of-Improvomontu,  Dated thl8 3S8tli day of February. l������2fl.  A. H. GRBJKN.  JLIgM an tl H&mry  m-rnrnA   ������3  ... ,*mmmm. ���������������mHM������mZw7      I ��������� IIII III!    |C7      ITMII  ... S)  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  [connection  ______ ___H___BaT Lm7m^mmk ���������tpu���������v _B^_i __n___, _____r_aV__tf  JaSaOR JBmWm*lmm   mW������__^^lJl5^W fif__l a__Ta^aV __* __��������� __T  Shoe and JFiametm Repairing  Notice jn hereby given that on or  after the flth day of April next the  undersigned Intends to apply to the  Liquor Control Board for "a. licence In  respect of premisea being part of the  building known ns Sirdar Hotel, upon  the lands deacrlhed as Lot 180 and Lot  181, In the Subdivision of Lot 0G39,  Group 1. West K<tojbehm't. District, *3n  tbe Province of Bi'itlsh Coinmbin, for  the sale of beer by tho gliisa or".by the  open bottle ft������r con Hint iption on the,  premises: .���������'.-....  Dated this 5th day of March, HI***;.  H.C. UUOHBS. Applicant.  "���������'���������'������������������- ���������'- ���������"���������������������������'���������" ������������������ ��������� '���������<>���������*���������" ���������* ^i-l������������������M������-������������a-iW������-a ���������i..lt������iPl.->|M>iWiM������������ i���������������I���������a-alflWl at ���������������������������������  GOVERWyENT UQUQH KCT  Notice of Application for  t������eer 'JUicense  Notice Is hereby given that, on tho  28rd day at April next, tho under-  Nlgned intends to apply to tbo Liquor  Control Bota-ti lot* 41^-iiceub<" in  rcatH-ct  of premises being pi-irt of the butlaing  known   ���������"������. Creston Hotel,   ������Etunt������  at  Creaton, British, Colnnibl-i, upon   the  lands described as Lotw Nob. 1, 2, ������r *.  o and 6,  Block 20, I#ot iJSSi. OrAnp J,  K.D.a Man GO*., Nelson Ijanti Regi-ilrii  lion Dlatiici., InJLha Prov3ncfi of British  Columbus* for tbo sale of beer by the  glaj-a or by tho open  boblto for con-  MiiiYttatton on tho premb-cvQ.  Dated fcbls lllth dny of March, wm.  VICTOR OARR* Applicant.  l_MHatl r  _BH9__HBB0BwHMHWH������BO-ra  'g'gg ������:   ajBgMM^aj w. " *������JE ^ SS W  i  -,,...  Fdi^QftE WEM'ONtY we will sell FISHING  ;     r :   TACKLE at the following prices :  7       -  .        As  f   ~k     '..".- "*"-    .  CANUCK STEEL RODS, special prize, $1.25  flbVWV    IP*      m%.*p*0 ��������� hilfl IV   - "      "'    * -  f* '    '   lib      ��������� 1,  .������S-*Ba*!**-5--,'rff-"    E-ff* "E"*^   "- 5���������S .2 J?   ,a ������wcj j   ar&*g.s*tjm -9fff���������s���������isfu���������. ffn%iv9 wore.  BOYS', BAMBOO 3-piece RODS, special 40c. each  Balance of Tackle at IS-g-Off from  April 18th to 25th  .MAWSON BROTHERS  GEtESTO-N  Collectiiig Sale Notes  If you have any farm sale notes for collection, you are invited to xitilize this Bank's  collection service.. We -will be glad to  attend to details of collection for you when  they fall due, and deposit the money, to  yonr credit. ���������   - -  ffviPE  09  C W. ALLAN,  GRBSTON BRANCH,  S9ss  vag  Manager.  @       UllttV*. tmm%f   mmm       \.  Utiw iilf i rluiLililiiiUi i u  :|  Local audi Personal  A fr.l-***..* ��������� arxaaoT fit"    TCftau^aaiirtt    Raan^a  ss-Cran brook is to have its usual- -31th  of May. celebration." Kaslo is talking  a big ft**.**". f������r t>fe*- same date.  "Tourists began- .to arrive at the  6i-and Forks auto camp this year on  luareh 29tb. Rossland .had a couple of  them eitrly in: Apri^..  Kimberiey boardjttf trade is anxious  to have a steam laundry started in the  town bnt are not Willing to invest any  money in. the project. '  Trail io   to   have   ny new   telephone  systsrs*:, bnt   It   -$**5?1   take   a.   y������������ar   to  {install.    There w������l be* no ring   to   get  central in the new plant.  Aftc-r being closed for three years  with the business' transferred to Sam-  loop**, the Dominion. land office at  Revelstoke has, been "re-opened.  Grand Forks citizens are a bit slow  incoming, through w ith $250 for the  town band. .JXhe drrsie for fnnds "aau-  produced "ess than $220 to date  The tennis club at yNakusp is $150 in  debt, the 35 niembers enrolled last  year falling down badly at their tea**,  etc., for money raising"purposes.  Vernon hr-*ss. band had such a poor |  year in  1924  that   it lost $260 on the  year's operations, and.this in spite of a.  2g50������> gram; from ibe.Miwh coiir������e.I.  Only three of the merchants who  were in business in Fernie 26 years ago  are carrying on trade in" the same lines  today, according to the free Press.  Tbe hospital Rt Fernie is being reopened. The doctojr-s are to get 60 per  cent." of-the revenues and tbe other 40  per eentL' wHJ take care of running  expenses.  'Ksrnberley is taking its church effort  seriously. The Anglicans are now due  to invade the town a-nd erect their own  building,.whilst an addition wilt be  prti on the United Church.  $41.666.00 will be *eq11bed for school  purposes at Fernie this year, but as  tbe trustees saved -about $8000 on 1924  operations-the people will really only  have to putt about $35,000.00.  Kev.   AfLjvC.   Campbell,   for   eight  years  Presbyterian -pastor   at  lias accepted a   call, Xo   a  _������_a_l.   leit.ves   for   bis  purity cniCK !-oog ano t^iiK mm  for Bauf OSiickti  - ������"*        .-     '.*���������.--*?-   .&_______*  Laying MaLsh, Poultry Food, Meat arflOraoked Feed.  Garden Seeds, Timothy and Alfalfa Seed.  Burns' Standard Fertilizer, $3.00.  Purity Flour. Breakfast Food. Cracked Wheat, &c.  To Investors  s  XF yon wish to hu\w pz sell VlsScrrf  fyn*i-wK-9 yon thaft *w������ Isswhb & aes^satateat  agg^^cg-aity oi?g____a__������d. to uawasHe each.  tcansactikmSat   -  &QaH a������ ao^wu&mvesz hrsxach.^ Oar  Aia&ager wIh he pt&*&&* w _s_ww������asw  this feusktess fbr you. *%���������  THE CANADIAN BANK  OE COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up.$20,000,000  *-"aa  ���������La  &   nn  i in__  %r"?%J?aa     iaallll  MEAT MERCHANTS  -r������  aiaaatiivpr.  Kaslo,  church   at*!  new  I  _. PRE-EMPTIONS  Vacant,* unreserved, surveyed  Crown lands may be pre-empjted br  BrltlBb subjects over 18 years of age.  and by ssJisas on declaring iatentton  sto become -British- subjects, conditional upon residence, occupation,  and improvement for aarricultural  purpOaToa.  -Pull information concenttlng re_u-  lationo   resrardinB    pre-emptions    la  given in Bulletin No. 1, Laaad Series;  "How to Pre-empt *uan<S.'* copies of  which can ba obtained free ef charge  by addressing*   tbe    "Department    of  Lands, Victorte, B.C^ or to any Ctov-  erhxnent Apient. ���������*"'���������  . Reborda will  ba grianted  coverlnis  only land suitable   for    asriculturaL  purposes, and which is not timber-  land,  I.***-, carrying over 6,000 board  feet por acre west of the Coast Range  and 8.000 feet per acre east of that  "Range. '��������� ;.' 7.-7  AppllcaUona for pre-emptions , are -  to bo addressed to the Laand Commissioner of the laand-'Recordlng; Division, in which the land applied for.  Is sltuatod, and are made on printed  forms, copies of y*hich can be obtained from the "band "Commissioner.  - Pre-emptions must be occupied for  five years and Improvemonta made  to value ,of |10": per. aero, including  oloarinB and-cultlvktinfi: at least Ave  acres, before a Crown Grant can be  received.'  -���������' For moro detained information sea  tho Bulletin **How to Pre--empt  Land."   ���������  >      PURCHASE O  Applications are received for pur-  cbaas of vacant and unreserved  Crown bunas, not belnar ttmborland,  for agricultural purpoBeo; minimum  pries of flrst-obLBS (arable) land is IB  per acre, and second-class (grazlng)-  land $8.1.0 per acre. Farther Information regarding purchase or lea.Be  of Crown lands Is ,-rlven in Bulletin  No. 10, Land Sorlao,"Purobaso and  Xaoase of Crown ,"_ando." 7-  MIU, factory, or Industrial altos on  timber land, not mccoedlner 40 acres,  may be purchased or leased,. the conditions Including , paymont of  Btumpage./   -  HOMESITE   I.EASE8  . i TJnaurvnyed areas, not excecdln-c 3C  .acres, may .be . Ssiasc_ as homcslte*3,  I conditional upon a dwelling bolne  tcreoted In the first year, tltlo bctns  obtainable attar residence and Im-  provomAnt oondltidns aro fulfilled  and land has been surveyed.  LEASES  For mraslng and Industrial purposes n*r������i_a not turcssdlng 640 acr*j������  may be loosed by ens person or n  company.  GRAZING  Under ths anu*1n_ Act th* Prov.  Inos Is divided Into graxln*-- dlstrlct-  ond tho ronirs admlnlotcrod under *i  Qtmttntt Commissioner. Annual  ���������ramlnic permits"4 ors imsued bos������d on  numbers ranged, priority being given  to ofltabllohcd ownora. Stoclc-ownert  may form tuu*oclattons for range  management. Free, or partially free,  inn-mum Hl*������ Nvaimottt ������or aanuvrm.  nampet-ii and trav*lltwrs, up to ten  b������nd.   '  ship in Creston was  very large,  the Si .field of work at the end of tbe'njontn,  a.ut. celebration  of Holy Como-tin'on  at Christ Church-witnessing-the largest  number of communicants  ever seen at'  an-e^rly service.    As Usual   the   offer  ing at the Anglican Church  that day  went to   the   rector -and   were   very  generous. -  ',-    -       "  " Xaocal store's are "now ��������� -i-npplying  customers with outdoor grown Creston  asparagus from the W. A. McMurtrie  ranch, and rhubarb from the P. G.  Ebbutt garden, whilst the: Jas. Cook 1  greenhouse is helping supply the call  for green onions. All these commodities have-made their appearance earlier  than last season.  At the April meeting of the village  commissioners on Tuesday night tt^b  i important by laws were given their  final readings und put* into force.  These are the sanitation und health  and the noxious weeds by-laws, both  becoming effective us from April 1st.  The regulations covering rib_Ibus  weeds are stringent and nil property  owncia should familiarize themselves  with these provisions.  For a few days iai*t wetrk Fernie had  a price cutting bee atthe beer parlors,  the amper fluid at' one tinie ?>eing  re tailed at .three glasses* fbr 25 cents.  Affairs were -j-vssekly. adjusted, bow-  ever. .and the- .price is^now bark-to 10  Criiw ���������a._*a>t|^u������. ^  The objective, of Nakusp .Wonien'u  Institute this year is -to have the town  wat'-r supply extended to the.cehiet ,ry.  and the ladies are also putting cans at  street coi nei������ into whicb citiEens can  throw waste paper and'thus help keep  the streets tidy.        .- " ;.-  JTRY OTJK  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSACE  An economical dish, easy to serve.  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON and^LARD .  G������a%NDALE CREAJl^RY mpT^  Government graded, highest quality.  FRESH and CORED FISH  all varieties.  Choicest BEEt, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BURNS' IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  increases egg productiony-md produces-, better poultry.    Buy the best.  *.  T. M. Edinondson waa adviat"d on  Monday that tho Dominion patent  office at Ottawa had registered his  caveat protecting for one year his  patent apple box, whinh has been  officially designated the Stella May.  This week Mr. Edmondson is showing  anew piece of equipment to speed up  box nia-tng in tho shape' of a nailer.  This la n cylindrical device that holds  two dozen nails nnd which will load  Itself . automatically from a hopper  feed. It is geared bo thut aa soon as  ono nail Is driven the" cylinder shifts  just far enough to let another down  ready for the hammer and permits of  nulls being driven almost as ftiBt us tho  Banker am owlnjy a hnnits-ner.  A woiidte^ and  Practical Coiirse of Twenty  Lessons l>y mail on Cookery  Arts ������iniA;:- :lGit*i^en Manage-  -' Hflient*'. .aOy' - _r%.nna., j__.ee  ocouc  Ws 3rs $6SSing  The hardy political annual, T. D.  Oaven, is now mentioned as a possible-  Tory candidate in Kaut Kootenay.  Fernie Is coming back strong. Tho  FreA Presa tnfornt.i-i that a mi-Vvo la on  fool to re nrirnr-lre. the erlc_ct -club.  -      . . -���������)���������.<  Negotiations are under way between  the C.P.It, nnd the Great Northern for  both lines to use the Hatter's track  between Rlko and Natal, and tho  Fernlo Free Press points out that it  tho deal goes through the abandoned  C.P.R. line would make n great  atrefcehof auto^liigbwuiiy with very  littlo expenditure needed to recon  struct tbe 50 milea inrolweta.  To every uaor of MAPLE L.EAF FLOTJB  for Bread, Cakes or Pastry, Coupons will be  found in every bag of Maple Leaf Flour:  49-lb. bag, 2''coupons; '98-lb. bag, 4' coupons.  HOW TO JOIN THE MAPLE LEAF  CLUB: SMd^tbe first four coupons to tbe  Maple Leitt^ Milling Milling Co., Winnipeg,  Man, and ^ou will be enrolled, and receive  tho first four lessons of tbe series. Other  lessons will-folio w,m duo course.  Maple  Leaf Flour  98-lb., $5.25  .49.4b.,     2.65  Rolled Oats  84b., 60c.  Crushed Oats, 100  lbs.t $2.65  Bran, 100 lbs., $1.60  Shorts, 100 lbs., $1.70  GW% ET C? TT  LB MIXED  SB THE    REVIEW,   .CRESTON,   B.  i man ii   t*i  ' B : -.__!_ *jt ji_ -a   a a.  The Winnipeg Stockyards  Considerable Increase Is Shown in  1924 Oyer Previous Year  ( Livestock of nil classes handled in  I the stockyards ut Winnipeg during  Jt>21 totalled 91������,'19,*., "an increase of  ISS/IUo as compared Avhh the previous,  year, when the tola I was -728,'J('2.. Ol  the luinibtji* handled lust year, cattle  totalled 4L:..-13L'.; hog.**, -MS.SSU; sheep.  ���������12,430:  1ioi-e.E'.s 7.787.  !  Tlana-    T___    Tr-.r   I-NECTO "RA.F-S>  The    world's    Iipm  WIS!   restore   gmy  huir    lint.  -*  lair   to .its.  natural 'color   in   1 ���������">   minutes.  Price $5.50, By Mail  The W. T. Pember Stores Limited  JPl-one-M."2274-5  !***! y_  ��������� ���������a.-.*  TORONTO, ONTARIO  rf JTptttance of tlie Spanish /ifa in --������������������ " Jtu ""V     ^   " ,} -=.������������������1                                                                              -      -    ���������                                                      \              Z5    *        "*��������� ���������            rallrt#a������-J              'PI,to     .l.t,,     ������:������:,.    I������.'^    Icnalenmo  ^���������mPTMM KLOODl'-_i^ '���������"���������"��������� ot c,olh"s' "��������� n"n*by 1,s"1 ot  -*1%S*"'*    *"t*A*^-   ���������i_fc^J^^^^'=^^^j3_a_*T conauesl.       Ju..t   as   >ou,   Don   Diego,  RAFAEL* SABATINI  _r*are my prisoner."  Ca3p> right eat. I922.vby Kal������r| S������i->*niii  "'CAPTAIN BLOOD," a Viu-r.pl> picture -,itb J.   V._.r_n Kcrng-.  Bit ihe .title role, tt an adaptation ef thi* thrilliug  o������veL  "And my son?  lie cried  out.       "lie  was  What  ol* my .son?"  in   the boat  i that  brought me aboard."  Your son is safe; he and tho boat's"  SYNOPSIS  Peter Blood, a young- liish physician, is'wrongfully condemned as licking part in the ilL-fated .rebellion 'ol  Monmouth against King Jame*3. With  Jeremy Pitt he is sent to the Barbadoes   as   a  slave "and-, is  bought:   by  i lo  the Colonel, who, untlei   guard-and  j panic-stricken,  hail dejectedly resum-  I ed his .seal on- the    coamings    ot" the  main hatch.  "T_ah: ye     swiiiiA-Colonel?       It's   a  vu L-icsu was, noi piaying lair  it-was impossible to suspect. Moreover, there was no conceivable reason why he should-not.. "If this wind  ���������holds," he had * told"v them at supfrer  after he hsjd announced to "them the.uN  position, "we should reach Curacao in-  -side three days."  '- For three days the wind held, una  yet when the ihird night descended  uponJ.heir they had still made lfo  landfall. Captain     Blood"   uneasily  mentioned it to Don Diego.  .    '-It will be J or to-morrow morning,"  "he   was   ant-weiCd   wiih   calm   conviction.  ' Captain Blood passed on, content,  -and went* to visit Jerry^TMU. his  patient to whose condition-Don Diego  pwed his chance ot life. It was this  same Jerry Pitt who cast--the" first  thought of suspicion. A- trip on deck  for a breath of fresh air and hisaiavi-  gator.*s interest' in the night heavens  moved him to point but the North Star  crew together  with your -gunner  and  .his-, men    aie    snugly in irons under ; and io lay the position; pi"' the ship to  mercy   Lor  \ou I'm   riot  here.  And  by nauure  ���������~      J J1 >  devils     own  upon   them!  hatches." _,  ; Don Diego sank back on -th.ejr*ouc*h,  j his glittering dark eyes iixed upon the  ! tawny face above him. - He accepted  ; the situation wil.h the fortitude of a  , fatalist. The light blue eyes jihiyed-  j over him like points of steel.  are*   not    afraid   to die," Don  Colonel Bishop at  the behest, of Arabella,   his  niece.      A Spanish gall eori | ,U-1W- ,   ^1U1     n--s   .1:115     uevus own j      "you  commanded by Don Diego de Espinosa j labor  I've "had   to prevail   upon Ihem j-Qjpgo?"  y  Values*   slir������s  into port   under  false | not: .so Jbe vindictive'.'*.'      . j ���������''���������''"..-n__C w��������� :-A,-ji,k, ^ ���������������...��������� _,!..*   *���������-"  Blood saves the life of Mary Traill 1 -}\ . ^f - Ue . lllo������������ll,i . ������r -A.iabella |.. "Woi,ldvyou be. willing, sir, to earn  and sends. Arabella and Mary to j -Bishop that Iiau urged hun to mercy 1 Hfe and liberty���������for yourself, -your  safety back of the town. He then j and had lei! him I o oppose tlie nalur- j son*" and the other Spaniards Who are  leads   his   fellow     rebels-convict-    on i Mi   viml it-liven ess- o-f   his.���������.fellow-slaves-  on board?"  he   had. heen  in   danger of' pre- j     .*To earn it, do you  ?ay  ]i  was  '<iifil'*ly j the service you would propose is one  board. Don Diego's ship and they cap- . unlji  lure it. while tire Spaniards are least- j' .' ...  ing in the city.   When Colonel Bishop,,-J ���������^P'tK.ting a mutiny  whose   limited   military   defense   had j to the  fact   that   the  Colonel  was her j that cannot hurt my honor  failed, realizes that the ship.no long-' vmcle. although  he did noi: even begiii;  er threatens-the-town he goe-- aboard ' ...  where  he is  greeted  by  Peter  Blood  Why, if  now captain ol' the Spanish galleon,  with Jeremy Pitt, Wolverstone and  "! lagthorpe as hi-s aides. Wolverstone is lor hanging Colonel Bishop, to  the yard arm, but Blood/threatens to  ifiiit their leadership unless his orders  s.ro obeyed.  ���������io. su'speci. '.neli- a cause, ihttt he owed!  -"r  r-  at  t*>      I   '  CHAPTER IX.���������Continued  He paused. There was 110 answer.  But they stood hang-dog and liall-  Jtiuiinous before liim, save 1 f-igtliorpe  wlio shrugged and smiled wearily. Mr.  Blood resumed:  "Ve'll    please    to   tinde.rsf.and    that  aboard a ship there 3s oae captain. So  lie    swung    again    to    -he     startled |  COsGlKii. "TliOUgh      I      jii-Giinse      you'  .our life, I musi���������as you've heard��������� j  keep you aboard as a hostage, for the j  good behaviour of Governor Sleed and j  wliat's left of tlit? fort wiiil Ave put  to I  St'al." j  "T!ii I:    \   -..    ." * :  "Thei-e  is  no  more  to  be said, gen-.'  'It-men.       My  tnnne is  Blood���������Captain J He  lost  h������s   balance and tumbled   into  Blood,  if  you  please, oi   this  ship  the; the  sea 7,  Cinco l.lagas, taken as a   pi-ize of war  from Don Diego tie Espinosa y VaUfez:  :Could. f be guilty of thiat?" protest-  j edt-he Captain.. 'T^-ealize that even  a ph'ate has his honor. The only man  among us schooled in the art. of navigation is'fevered, delirious, in faqp.-, as  a result of certain ill-treatment he. received -'ashore.'before we  carried" him  I away with us.' I can handle a ship in  action, and  there are one or two men  ���������!'aboard who can assist me; but of the  higher riiysteiies' of seamanship and  of the art oja/nhding a way.over the  trackless -wastes of ocean, we know-  nothing. We desire io make for the  Dutch     settlement     of     Curacao    as  i straighlly as y possible. Will you  i>l"edge me youryhouor, if I release you  Captain Blood. *   But Don Diego's easy  explanation   satisfied   his   captor.  New to the seas of the Spanish Main  and to the .ways of the a-dventurers  who sailed ;it* Gap^airr Blood still en-;  t.ertained7i11usiori^^      %ut.;'������������������ tliey|i_ex%-  dawn '.was'.to shatter them rudely and  for ever. -������������������*        .. A-->.* A''--  ;   Coming on deck before^ibe suit wasj  ,iti     l**ri   f?--.--.-   4..*.*4   nl^^.^A     , j-l^^   ar.- . <��������� ~ i/^,,1  *'i',   ..^-  o*\.vt   ,u j_i_..*_,ia^,^..aj.. 41,-3   a.iiKs  ca������..flii 1 _id.x vi  had* prpmised^tiiem last riighti - -  .. Beating out aweather, against the  gentle lairdwar<i;- br^"z*i l*^ ^eifielcf a  grebt ship on their starboard bo>v, that  he conceived,-to .-be some "three or four!  miles off, '_t':hd���������as swetl >ais Tie could  judge her a t ..that .distance-^Q.f.:a.tonnage equal, if -not superior, to t hei r.  own. Even &s -:iie.^wa'tcbejd'i''jier she  altered her course;' ari<V'Soing' about  dime heading:iowarfl tli^rii,- close ba:ili-  ed.   ��������� -[j-^' ���������{-���������-.,-rx::''\-Ay. Ak-'A.^)  "There," said a soft voice behind  him in liquid Spanish, "is the Promised land, Don Pedro."       !- N.  Tie turned shorpry to face I5on  Diego, so sharply thai; (lie sly sinile;  was not effaced from the Spaniard's  countenance before Captain Blood's.  eyes had .-Hashed uponit. -.  '���������What, land is that?" ht; demanded.  "Will you have the effrontery 4o tell  me...:tlu*rt-.is. the coast of -Curacao, y Tbat  ���������land, you'treacherous j. forsworn Span-  iliiiliili  ^STm_r_i-it-ff-T_ii_i-r"Tnr--Trw  _��������� -n"T___������ ���������������������������m.. ���������* Ql  LITTLE  HELPS  F.OR  THIS WEEK  Q ���������---.-.-��������� ��������� ���������������������������.��������� .-���������   - a ��������� a. ��������� ��������� . j?||   .  The fruit of tbe Spirit is love, joy.  peace, long-suffering, gentleness, good-  nessvTaith.--^G^l.^,y22.y! ���������..'.-. .-;������  J?������5lcq.- is.iiioi*13' slron**---^Ii***11   -M.-iav   nnd  gentleness, "A     ' '��������� .  ! Where force were vain. ma"kes conquest o'er the wave ;  Arid" love "liveisT onJ aiid ba.tli a* ttower  y- ���������-, --.-to ..bless, ������������������;'���������'���������"���������"���������.. ���������-"���������-" ::*:::'.:"-..,.  When they who loved "are.,Ridden in  the grave:     vy . j Ak-  ^=**3>aln^ R&sell^^  Gentleness diffuses a blessed calm  over, the iiature7 7 Lovers tlie atmosphere of heaven. .XaOng-suSering and  meekness, counteract all those distresses���������randythey are innumerable-���������  wlticli arise fromypilde,"anger and revenged "'��������� '* Peace fis. btit tbe scriptural  name for the entire result of combined and blessed satisfaction in the  heart���������J. W7Alexander^  BABY'S! WELFARES  BURilje feMuary  upon   parole,   that   you   will. navigat<^| igh dog. i������ the island of Ilrspaniola."  j ns thither?    . Ii.;so,. we will.!release yoti  and your sujiviying .men upon    arriv-  t'al there." 7       "^y '  Don_Diego   si rode-'away  in   thought;]  to ihe stern windows.      "1 accept," he'  such mercy  as was now being shown  said.  CHAPTER XI.  Filial Piety  , "Ah, perio, ingles^ You know too  much/' lfe. said "under his breath, and  sprang for the ��������� Gap tain's* throat:  Tight-locked in each others* arms  they swayed a moment, then,��������� .together  { (hey went down upon the deck, the  j Spaniard's feet jerked i'grom under  | him by the right leg of Captain Blood.  jThe   Spaniard   had     depended     upon  By virtue, of the pledge'lie had. giv- i choking the life out of Blood, and  so  en,   Don   Diego   de .Kspi.nosa' enjoyed: gaining   the   halt-hour   that  iriiglit.be  who is my prisoner aboard."  The oflieers-  went, though  noi   without   some   hustling,   rj.gardU*ss   $i   the  bellowings   of   (Jolouel   Bisliop,   whost-  monsirou-s   rage  was  fanm-il  by  r-ii     finding     liiui,--.������<]t"    at   ilu-  nii--rcy  of  these nieii ol" v.liu.-e cause to hate him !  Ita* wa< i L-i'j   l til I y a-oit-ii-ious.      As they!  -.m-i'o   ruttnin.y   vlo.<������-   n>   i ha-   h������*ad1and  f-n-t. ������>f rhe  ha*-,   ).Vi.i-r  i'Jlootl  -I'eiiii'iietl  him.      Colonel   Bishop  uUistered  hirii-  ihe rreedom of the ship that had been ) necessary   to  bring  up that fine  ship  PAINS IN BACK  AND SIDES  tc,  Ended   by Taking   Lydia E.  Pinkham's Vegetable  Compound  self ami  rose.       Peter Blood  gave an  order.      A plunk was run out over the  gunwale, and lashed down.  i error ���������'���������     *'*,ll*t   "lake-'n   little   .walk,' Colonel,.  : llarling,"     said     a    smooth,    mocking  voice behind him.  Siill oliiit-ing-, Culo'uel Bishoii look-  etl around in hesitation. He cursed  them aloud venomously a. id .incoherently, iliL-n,,loosed his hold and sf.ei*-  pt-d out upon the plunk, Throe steps  lu- look before ho lost his balance audi  Av������-ni   tumbling   into  tho  green 'depth'"*T  helow. ���������'.'���������..  When ha- ciurit*. to th<> surfitee again,  ga.*-ping for air, tho Cinco Magus was  already some furlongs lo leewnrd. But  iii** muring choer of mocking vuledlc-  i hm from ihe i chols-convict: reached  liim jifi-os.s the wilier, to drivel lie iron  of iiit-pa-ii.-iil   rage cleepor inlo his soul.  i  Fusilier, SasJ-r. ��������� "For two or three  -.-���������-..���������* every fn ofa-r>n J would have such  *_-yj.s In ir.y !���������ic������ and aiifcs that i could  not. do -inyt binm ��������� c-.ui������l not. even lie  '���������ijie.ly ir. h<-a-., ariff my bej.-i ached, too.  J w:ih this way about three year.**, hut  was woi-k������ after I U'tts rnarri������*d. I was  i������n a fnm> with not. a house nearer than  live miles and there was not a person to  - -eivist; rne, as my foll.s live in Manitoba.  My .''i.-tcr-in-hivv ir������I.i me about l.ydia K.  J'iril'.haiTt'.s VeK'-'t uhle < 'otiipound and  It.-Iil n.e to try it. i tool, lier advice-a'aud  have been t hfitii; I'ul "m* il ever i*irwe.  After l:ihin-.c the ine<Ji<*i'ni' for thrve  ir.cnlh:* I c-an .-;t.v Jt has helj;e<3 tnt! u lot  an<j I am u<Antf J i i *��������� * - _ I am gUui to r***.'-  oinmeiid the Ve^tahle f"nimj.o-und ut  fathers and you rna.v pultlich irtytesti"  i:i<jiii-*J.' --Mrs, iJi.i...x J'Aj,.������.Nr>3->'.l' usi-  !ie",  Saj't:atcht,".'. un..  ()(U-n SaiiTie -.."i'ij'hl, trouble will cause a  .....,, t   ......      ."    ������i   i >��������� ���������,   ������  l ���������   .   '.,.-..       l.j.. -.-���������       - ' t        , I i������:     ,- .M-',;.. . ' tt*. :,  i ;������������������-..;*'*ry.'-:'-������������������������������������!-.".-..' .y:7 -,!;-,,^.  irrej-.tdiiri'ty. Ij:i -I.. ;*i-he and headtjche  ir:.i.'i"ate .*���������*<>rrir. 1'/,* rr; n!' f'������-m."i|r! u-t*aI.ri'.-.'-���������:���������'.  Vv'*������nM*ri h.-> hr.' he red Hiioiihl j,--3ve r.y������iia  ['���������!. I'tnuhurn's ^'t���������|f''r,-lh^��������� Ctitn^otjr.d a  trial. This dep.r>rvta'il>J"' medicine Iimh  lielpet) IhntisnnifM nf woiri'-n and it, in  1'���������risontihle 1n expect Ihr.l i. v-iU help  V'.u. Try if today. Vour flrtijop-i.-d sella  .hif nieflieirii'. C  I..,  that was beating towards them.     But  j all  Hi-_t l>on Diego had accuirnplished  was to betray himself completely.  "Will I say a prayer for your dirly  soul now,, whilst I am in this posl-  Iion?'"-Captain-Dlood    was    furiously  Jfebruausr is one of the .hardest  months of. the year on littfeones. It  is a month of cold, blustery days that  prevent the mother taking ber baby  out for the fresh air so necessary to  its welfare. Baby is consequently  confined  to  the  home.    * More. often  fKii.*   ~^+   *1. ���������   ������������������ -���������.���������. _���������aj._j;j._-\_i a  badly ventilated and Hie" little one  catches cold or grippe. What is needed to keep the baby well is a gentle  laxative that wiii reguiate ihe stomach and. bowels; banish constipation  and indigestion and in this way will  either prevent or break up colds and  grippe. Sucli a laxative is Babj-'s  Own'-. Tablets. They are mild but  thorough in action; are absolutely  safe as they are guaranteed to,contain  no opiates or narcotics.... They never  fail to be of benefit to little ones and  may be given to either the newborn  babe or "the growing child. The Tablets a i*e sold by iii"edlcin������ dealers or by  mail at 25c a box from The ,Dr. "Williams' Medicine Co., -_5rockyille,"Ont.  "Will   I   say   a   prayer for your  coul?"  CHAPTER  X.  Don   Diego  Mini l������i������-.a> iT.- hlspinosa y Valdez  nv.itK.., ami v.iili languitl e.\ es in aeli-  int.- head. It" Ntokril lauinil t'he cabin, I his, nntl lhe navlgalloii which ho had  v.liiih was iiooth d witli .sunlight from' undertaken was left entirely In his  ih" :-i|iiar������' wln<1.i\s"s'iisli'i'n. ||,-| ween ' hands. lie look his nie:; Is in Ihe  ihi- pain in liis In-ml and Hie confusion great, cabin with IJInod and the throe  in hi- niiiiil, |... roiiiwl iiohi'i-i'iil ihonghM ottloers fleeted lo support him: ITag-  iin|i<i-..--ibia- Ithorpe, Wnlvcr. lone niul Dyke.  II'-    v.:i*;    In-i! i it n I nt..    u,i    I or I ure    his . *;"���������"*' ".","  ,'"""" ". '. "  li.i.'ltl    -.villi    i a 111 |.-c| III a-.    ^ ),..||    II),,   a|i���������,r '   ""   i'l"''i''i|. ami i.a | inn I th-^o'.s iticrt-iisin.*  M ' i it'll :il ji.li ha- Iii hehl his ht-.-'l .--till  " ' loi li*-. -i������-jj into i In- t-iihiu. Tiif.  nit ;ia i. ���������. >��������� ia, ������*t*. <��������� i h������- i]<*i\f, i hen  ad ���������- a :.< . ii inward iha- ri,i|i|i nn vs'hlr-h  !������".'! I������ii-r/.i '.v.ii r,si'-ij������h-f1, and Insld.  in'-    -nil    < .i nn-   a    la II.      Inml.-r   fi-ni la--  i ��������� ���������       ..'       , I .<    ��������� j l       I   In M      !  M '   ������������������'- l' .-. "���������: >'.      ���������; a   *'" i ; ���������  an-:    - 11 it fa.- :-ia-a.|iu<-   |||>-   wide.   --Inj'iled  i'.- ������������������ ��������� ", in- .--iiain.it i| u|iiin him, I In-  ;'--m !i-im.'i ii   2a in-1 ii. ��������� -in it   iii;-   : 11 Itlc,  " A '.: a )������������������-,���������������.   4 ii .*"  /aid   I**-  in   Spaiiivlt,  "V1.'In,   iln     it. -.il   inc    voir,'"    lie   iuli-  '   '!. '   .'���������. Il- '      ;.  I... I     J In       t|.   V  II     Ml a'     ., 4,,i     i*,,  il.' ill til ., a   lli| |;a ,| J,,'      ,,, |,| ,a������ al      III >  :   l,IJ.    "  ,\t;.     ii.iiin-    t ;    Jllouil      t   -.plain    I'a (,r  mocking him,  '"Who will pray for your soul, I wonder, when that galleon comes to lie  board and board with you? Do you  "know what, shirt it is? lt is J,he En-  carnacion, the flagship of Don, Miguel  de Ksuinosa, the Lord Admiral of Castile, and Don Miguel.is my brother. It  Is a very fortunate encounter. The  Almighty, you see, watches over the  destinies ol! Catholic Spain."  There was no trace of humor or ur-{  biinl'y   now-in   Captain   Blood.       1-Iis  light eyes biased;  his lace was set.  (ConlInued in our next Issue)  Mineral Production   Increases  Mineral production in Britisii Columbia during 192*1 was valued at $4S,-  693,592, as compared rwith $41,301,320  in the previmis year, according to a  statement issued /by the. provincial  minister of mines. ��������� All metalliferous  minerals recorded increased values,,  while coal showed-.a decrease "of some  $3,000,000 due to labor troubles.  !it^#!^wffiartw|a^^  A Total Eclipse  Kvon in tho ptibllc.ily angle the glrfs  have the edge. For instance, wlien  sho's pior.rayed as Mrs, .Somebody on  I lie society page, II always Is pointed  out that she was Miss Wliov.lz before  her marriage, but he, poor bloke,  wasn't anybody before, he wits married and .since then he isn't h.ilf "so  much,���������Buffalo h.xpress.  T^-!^_  GIN PILLS  FOR THE  KIBNEYS-  Proper jfunctionin*I of  the kidneys is essential  to good health. Gin  Pill������ correct- all Ic'-dney  troubles. Get a bo-c  to-day, and be well.  _3  Vfe lb. S04  also inpac/cayes/5fe:2&������  wAf+ 4*%>&toxu> xiH&f** nmautjf  MAC DONALD'S  MONTREAL  tsamjmiMMMffmv,  Tg,  mm J  d>  THE,   I-JEVIEW,   OEESTON,   B.   O,  Britain's  Army  Of   Pensioners  Expenditure  - \ "  Tola I Ted  gon*t call the plnm"be*  "hon the sink drain eet-t  choked.. A little Gtjlett'a  lajt-wil! probably c**������r It.  an ������ few minutes. Scorcf-  t������f other uae������< around the,  sanitary home.   .���������- -  i _T-   mX������*rW&i      ~* M  PURE FLAKE  .____"?    S      mLmi  For  i_ast   Year  ������72,230,000  j Notwithstanding the 'lapse of five  year-TTrom the cessation of hostilities  51.261 fresh claims in respect'oe death  or disablement in consequence of the  Great War were disposed ol in England during the year ended March 31,  1924.  Of the 18,113 claims admitted dur-  in/rjhe year _6,6S5 -\y-eie in respect^of  death7^he-l!|,788 first awards, of pension being a .decline of 7-088 from the  previous year. Claims coming at the  end of the-year reached as high as  !l,200 a week. The ^'expenditure for  the year totalled ������72,230.000, and the  total since 1914 was. ������532.230,000. In  the last^ear's, total, administration  accounted for ������ 3.452,000. ��������� The" minister's l-eport slums 9,255 artificial  legs and 1,201 artificial arms supplied,  many replacements being included",  hesides artificial eyes fitted to 3.370*  pensioners. Other supplies issued  are: 174 tricycle chairs, 127 invalid-  chairs, etc.  ���������..���������ixaravjf. ji-f-Lt&c������t.  Substitutes  We tell you 'how- fio "make  24* -_ieiici6u5^e.-i -substitute dishes vt������hKr*tftChee*-_T.  in the new Kraft Recipe  Book, sentfreeon request.  Send foritto-da> at������d treat  *-y���������aa������- family to^'Spmething  different*1**! The children  especially wilL benefit by  the change in menu.  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRiEFtYtQLB  n JSIe-j*- *^ro,,'i' ^osr,i'*2.* oPi-a*-*  being scalded by steam, James 2">agan,  a furna*ce stoker, was disclosed as" the  possession of a-$250,000 estate. '   ' -  Ten Russians] , including.a..woman  and three children, who-were seeking to enter Argentina clandestinely in  violation to the immigration law, "were  drowned when a laymen in which they  were crossing the River Uruguay sanlt.  The accidental dropping of a bomb  by a Spanish army-airplane while flying over the railroad station, at Ceuta,  Spanish "Morocco"; resulted in the death  of-*one native, antl wounding thirteen  ottiers.      .     __  Unless tlie United States^"watches  her tariff laws," a large portion oi her  trade with.Australia may be lost. Earl  Page, "-treasurer of Australia and a  member of -the Australian House of  Representatives, declared, in speaking  before the Chicago chapter of the  English-speaking union.  Site Felt like a New Woman  4  Krtvft-M&cla&reii. ChetseCo. Lt'.Mon trta 1  3ea" sie Frit lle������-$e B*������k.  Name  .P :.'���������    Address .*...-.'   Latest  Electric  Invention  - ���������         / t  Boot-Cleaner and Polisher is Success  fully Demonstrated  A machine which will clean and pol-  ^ *> ���������  ish boots at tbe, rate of three a jnin-  v '-   , -    -* - I ute, or ninety pairs an hour, has just  Had Suffered for Just a Year with j been invented.  "It is worked by electricity," states  Biography  Of .War .'President  May Require Several Years to Prepare  WorR For Publication  "VVoodrow. Wilsoil's^ life letters���������the  long awaited, authorized "biography and  compilation of papers ofv the war  president���������will be done by"Ray. Stan-  nar__ -Baiter, "of Amherst, Mass. At-  tlrough the ��������� work Will begin immediately, it may require' several years before it. i| ready- for publication. Among  Mr..- Wilson's papers was found the  last letter which he wrote before his  final illness came upon him, addressed to JMr.'Baker, and virtually promis-"  Mothers Treat Colds  The New^"Dh-ect"Way  . /   ,   .. -.   . .  No' "Longer Necessary- to "Dose" Chil*  dress WiSls Internal Medicines to  Break Colds.  Ing him access to the precious P-apei'sJ.you just "'rub it on,'*  "which" comprise the "inside Story" otr "  the World War, the peace at Paris and  Mr. 'Wilson's life itself._ The letter  was never sent. It was dictated on  January 25, 1924, when Mr. Wilson already was beginning to i*ail, and on  -February 3 ho died.  Children's rfiges-  - tions are easily upset by too much  ."dosing.** Vicks  VapoRub being externally applied,  does riot upset little  stomachs.  At the first signot  croup, sore throat,  or any other cold trouble, apply Vicks  freely.   There is nothing to swallow���������  2 Years' Backache  Subdued by "Hemline"  m^w.+.n.m.x.mmHf    J_.S5������__MSS������{U     SSiiS":  Neuralgia j  i*or ooaias or oufiis.���������\X~������.  ���������Eclectric Oil is a standard remedy for  the prompt treatment oi" scalds and  burns. Its healing power quickly  soothes the pain, and aids a speedy recovery from the injury, v It is .also  an excellent remedy for all manner or  cuts, bruises and sprains, as well as  Tor i**elieving\the pa-ins arising from inflammation ot various kinds. A bottle in the house and stable "saves many  a doctor's and veterinary's fee.  Ontario, lady speaks* highly of Dodd's  Kidney Pills  Sprucedale, Ont^���������{Special).���������"I am  pleased to .say how much good your  Dodd-s-Kidhey Pills have done for nig.  I - have suffered with backache, lumbago and neuralgia, and after I started using your Dodd's Kidney Pills I  felt like a new woman. I will recommend your medicine any time." This  statement comes from Mrs. G-. Woonch  of this place.  .That 'Mrs. "Woonch's troubles were  caused by the kidneys is evidenced by  the prompt and complete relief she  got from. Dodd's Kidney Pills. They  act only on the kidneys. Diseased  kidneys are the cause of nine-tenths  of all the ills women are heir to.  Sound Jcidneys mean, pure blood.  Pure blood meaiis. good health.  Weak, nervous, rdn-down women  should ask their neighbors about  Dodd's Kidney Pills.  Obtained from all druggists, or The  Dodds Medicine Co., "Ltd., Toronto,  Ont.  a press i-epresentative, who saw a  demonstration in'London. "Beside it  were scores of soiled blael***boots and  shoes, some with thick soles and some  -with thin, some with broad soles*and  some with, narrow, and some with, rubber soles, some with high heels and  some with low, some large and some  small,. lace-up boots and button boots,  and even a few elaslie-sided boots.  "They were placed in file along a  flat chute at one end of the machine.  Then the inventor pressed a switch,  and the boots began, to move along the  chute. They passed on. to a running  belt one alter another, and each boot  in turrit-cocked up its heel, pushed its  toe into tlrer" tunnel, disappeared; and  in a moment or two came out at the  other end of the tunnel clean and. polished.  "The  machine  will  not take  black  boots  and   brown  boots   together."  "Backache was the bane of my life,  and for two years I was so lame as to  be unfit for work," writes E. S: Sloane,  from ueor?,etown. '"While in Smith  Bros.' Drug -fittpre, I heard of Nerviline  being a wonderful pain-destroy ei\ so I  decided to try"T^ervnine. J. Thanks to  "Nerviline, my two-years" backache was  rubbed away, and to-day I am perfectly well." ** V  All those who suffer from weak, aching backs, those whose muscles are  stiff, whose joints are swollen, let them  try Nerviline���������the liniment that never  fails.      35c-at all dealers.  VapoRye  Orsff fif&M&gc&Jsgs Usso YsAStvr  Success With Corn  By   Jas.  Stock  x  A  Close Coal Inquiry  The 7 investigation into., an alleged  combine., among Winnipeg coal /dealers, conducted by Commissioner David  Campbell, has been closed. Commissioner Campbell will;.subri.it his report*  to the minister of labor du <"Hla%a.  Deny Famine Reports -  Both William T. Cosgrave, president  of the "Irish Free State, and _*amoiin  de Valera, the Republic, leader, state  that the-talk, of famine in the West of  Ireland was unjustified although the  widespread distress in, ..that section  was abnormal. .   *  llbttlVft  "FBAfiDI *_  ft IWUU*_j  D.    McGregor,   Ciencarncck  Farms,   Brandon,   Manitoba  Part I.  With  the majority of farmers  now  realizing that the keeping oC livestock  is   necessary   for  successful  farming,  there lias been the need   of   -a"   crop  which, would take the place of the bare  summerfallow  and at the same time  produce a lot of good feed for either  horses, cattle, sheep or swine..    Corn  will do this better than any other crop  which we grow.      The combination of  corn and  livestock  puts the  production' of wheat on. a basis which  Additional Prizes Provided  Saskatchewan Aberdeen-Angus Club  Decides On  Mora Awards.  The Saskatchewan Aberdeen-Angus  Club has decided to give additional  prizes for Aberdeen-Angus classes at  the Regina and Saskatoon fairs this  summer to encourage the breeding ot  this class of cattle.  It was decided to award three prizes  of ������30. 520 and $10, in addition to the  regular prize list.- t** the boys' and  girls' Aberdeen-Angus caif classes at  the winter fairs to be held at Regina  and Saskatoon, and, in addition, $5  will be presented to the owner of each  calf- exhibited.  The grand-champion steer and" heifer at both fairs will also receive a  prize'of-$25yin addition to the regular  awards.   -t  "-^  . Retail Lumbermen Meet  Chas. M. Brush  Miller's  Worm  Powders.'-frill  eradicate the worm evil that bears so heavily on children and    is    believed    to  cause^ many  i'atatitt&s.    TUey   are  an  acceptable*1 'medicine i.-to children and  can be-fully relied upon to clear the  food-channels thoroughiy of these destructive, parasites; and restore the in- i  flamed -Cud painful surfaces to health- j  fulness; : . TIJLey arOi an .excellent rem-'  edy foi*-these evils'.  Canadian Government Annuities  Be   a  ���������I.ovy'j- Studio  A   Safe   Investment   That   Will  Protection F-or the Future  An interesting handbook ol' information dealing with the Canadian Government annuity system, can be secured free of charge .by mailing tho covi-  pon attached to the advertisement appearing  elsewhere, in   th3s issue.     -A  larger1 return*-'for the  amount  invested Is secured .under.this p-lan than any  other lii'e investment of equal security.     It affords a sxiro protection when  old age  creeps  on, and removes  the  fear of poverty anil dopemdenco 3n.declining years..    Wi-ito for this book!el.  today nncl learn all about the plan for  protection oKcreil by  (ho government  at Otiawa. J  SHORTNESS OF BREATH  Mrs. Geo. -E. Bowman, -Morrlsburg,  Ont., writes."���������"I am writing you a few  lines to Iet)_yc-ii know of my experience with Milburn's Heart and Nerve  Pills. "Two_year& ago I became very  poorly with my heart.and nerves and  whenever I look tlie least little bit of-  exercise, my heart "would start to jump  and flutter. I could not walk upstairs  without having "to sit down and rest  before I was half-way up, on account  of my breath becoming so short.  I commenced taking  MILBURN'S ���������-������������������-���������'���������������������������  HEART AND NERVE PILLS  and in no time I felt a great'"n.prove*-  ment, and can now 'heartily n'e'eom-  rhetul them to all those who are  troubled with * any affection of the  heart." ! -��������� ' ��������� "  H. '&' N. PUls are Tor sale at all  drug and general stores; put up only  by The T. Milburn Co., Xitd;, Toronto;  Ont. ���������"'-"  Pass Numerous Resolutions At Session  In Winnipeg  Early   completion   of   the   Hudson's  Bay "Railway, prosecution of an intensive, selective, immigration policy, Forest -conservation  and  construction ot  branch lines, in districts in   need    of  transportation facilities, were endorsed by resolutions passed at ibe Western "Retail "Lumbermen's Convention in  Winnipeg.       A resolution in   connec-  does ition with, the Crow's "Nest Pass freight  not smear- ruin if t*\e "^--"Ixeat crop fails.  rate   -tgreement   -was   alsov presented.  "To b-n.kl tip a rundown const!ui-  tion or to strengthen the nerves, I  know oi no better medicine than Dr.  Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery,'  said Chas. M, Brush of 408 Caron  Ave, Windsor, Ont. "I had become  in a rundown condition, my nerves  Were bad. and my stomach Have me a  great deal of trouble; I would have  spell', of nervous indigestion. But  nfter Inking a f**w bottle.*? of Dr.  Piercr'q Golden Medical Discovery,  my health ,vas much improved and  my nerves were st.on_.eiv I did not  Itiivc any more spells of nervous m-  di-rcstion. 'Golden Medical Discovery' seemed to tqtic up my. .-entire  system ami made mc feci much improved  physically."  At all dritf. store*", or send 10 cent.;  lo Doc-tor I'll* fee's "Laboratory in  UridBeuu.-jy, Out., for trial package.     I  W. "n.~ U.    1503    ~"    '   ~ 1  A O'olqtte Baqtlest.  The Chicago. Daily Journal was loft  by Joha.C. Eastman, who died recent-'  ly, 1o h gmap of employees, the open-  Inf of tlio will disclosed. "Eastman  was sole.owner, No estimates of tlie  puopei-ly iiakir-^niide, bul. -Hut j.roba.1.1  judge fixed a $3,000,000 bond, for ilu*  executors, '   '  Alberta  Hpney ...  Production of honey la appearing for  the first time in the annual ,._ible of  Alberta agricultural products! It Is  estimated that there are now "Ifi-O boe-  keepers In Alberta, nnd that'tho production ,!.he past season wasi 55,000 lbs.  ot-about 518,000 In value,  ��������� -v. -  It Bids, rain B-efl-one.���������When*iivtiral-  gln racks.the*.neiives or lumbago cripples the- batik' Is" tho 1hwo to test the  virtues of X>r. Thomas' Kelectric OH.  Well rubbed in U will si III the pain  and produces *i ni'i'tsatLoiiu til uatHo and  re������l.      A Irlnl oT :ll: will c.q1nbll������h fti'lli  " '  t  Iu a Ihroe-ecnt cakt> of yeast, it bus  been est In������in.led tlwt.t there aro twonty-  two times, as rutiny yoaBt ct'lls aft thero  tire I'leoiile in tlm nnlire world,  fiTal.1TS-������i Sao lYicECiTallaSlER  Tells HowCiiliciira  Healed Eruptions  Bruise a  I'll W-'  :.*      iwi       a,|alM>.iu  .411  Jl.  ' ���������" I waa 'troubled many moasths  with an itchli-K, b-urning, painful  feeling   practically all  over my foce. A num-  ~ber of pimples broke  out   on  my   forell-ead  whlqh 'c������u������ed me   to  tiaatchantlalaocai-oed  entptionn. The pimples spread down the  sldea of my Fai.cc aud c������uucd disfig-  UT������--Taiient.        (.  " .*." I tried several remedies -without  any benefit.- I began using Cutl-  curu "Soap and Oi-uiiVa-ik-.t aaid In  abutkii it wo- ruo'Jtha I wuu cornplcit-Iy  bealea." (Signed) Mtb. L.MacMll-  laji, Box 521, Kenora, Ontario*  Cutlcura Soap, Ointment and  Talcum promote and maintain nklin  purity, ������kin comfort and okln  health ���������    The Soap to cleanne and  RurSIy, the Olnttnent to soothe asad  eal, the Talcum to powder.  ������a-������.ot:    "0������Uo������r������, T. Q. fti>������ ���������������!������, __*__.������_.!."  a!'*:'"'. 'I-I'P'""'   f>'������'i"i������iT'������: W������t"ttClaa, Tta������i>Mn.������t.������, .  "Ivy owf *-*w Sluavlnoi "Slick.       |  ^waaaaaaaaaaia^aaMaiwiaaawwaaiawaaaa������aa*aMwa.ii,| a ������.ia..iai>im������iil  Corn which is put in on well prepared  land and properly cared for will put  -the soil in as good or better shape for  growing; small grain as wiJI tfife-Jbes-t  summerfallow-. Feeding the, corn^to  aivsstocii a>so. iDalwos it -possible to return some of tire fertility'to the soil.  Sweet clover or alfalfa ground manured and plowed the - previous fall  makes ideal land for corn. This  should be worked as soon as possible,  in -'-'tho spring, witli the cultivator or  disc and then harrowed. This retains the -moisture, kills a! lot of weeds  and gives ,tbe; ground "a better chance  to warm up. We have had some excellent yields vofC oC-manured-.grain.  stubble which was plowed in the  spi*ing atad well worked. 'As a .rule  ground which is plowed in the fall will  produce com that will mature a week  or. so earlier than that on spring plowing.' On some of our farms we haul  out the fresh manure during the winter and spread It lightly on the stubblo  where we intend to gi-dw corn the following-spring and very good yields  have resulted. ��������� Care should be taken  that this miuuue is not' spread too  thickly or when plowed under it will  leave the soil so open.that it will  easily dry out. v     r>..-  A 31! a corn planter is available it pays  to check row She corn. This plants It  In hills so, that it ntay^be cultivated  both ways of the field. This not only  makes it'easier to control the weeds,  but will KonflJ'ally ��������� produce earlier niti-  -ttuing corji/*- A good job of plant ins  co-rn can be dono with an ordinary  grain drill by pliigKinft up*some of the  holes so as lo make the drills throe or  tliroe and a hall* feet apart and" Rxii-jg  tJjH marker on the drill for a Ktthhv  After planting we use the liurrows  qwile freely in order, to keep the  ground loosened up nntl io kill whatever, weeds l.liat have-germinal ed. The  hnrrowa can be used until the eornls  five or six Inch "Is high and will save a  lot ul! labor which w-quUI olherwlnj-' bu  UHed for cultivating. A lew planls  tnciy bo pulled outh but, not unougli.to  eloimicb damugb'tn U\o. ,cvop, cu-i pec hilly if thu.cur.n Iia*i Uouu drilltfU an.  W<* net ottr cultlvaloivi fairly elecii  tlio ftrst lime wo go over the Weld, but  lU'toi* that wo endeavor to culitvute as  EvhuUow nw pos'-lbbi for lhe t'i'waon tliwl  by this tlmo ebf root-. e>V tho corn are  fairly close to1 the Kin-face of the  iground  nnd if cut will K''faily check  t Vta>-   {T������'nvt"l"������   an|'   I "*���������-������   * it -������ n t  < 1*0 be continue'")  It  urged  parliament to   consider  this  contract   from   the  point  of  view   of-  public policy and justice regardless bf  'the legal aspects of the case.-  M/y^-iiK^l-^JH  kscomm������  EMULSION^*"  ^''''&AmiAAjXX������ '"**  ,f .*-t-ailChi|a37|v  MON^Y ORDERS  RemEt: by Dbmln'o-i"; Exjjress: "-Uoii-ej*.  Orders TC lost or stolen, -ybivj eret .your  monoi-'back.  "' When In Toronto vl-sft-the  ROYAlr   ONTARIO   MlTSEUM  253 Sloor Street W. (near Avenue Road")  l^avcost I"*<*i-niatipnt l^-tlaCtiilton in Catuula  ARCHA.KOl.OttV. C3KOI.O������Y, 'ariXRRAt.-  OOV. PAlaAKOXTOIjOGY. XOOI.OCJY.  Ot>eia  Uaily.   10   a.m.   lo   5   ji.m.;   Simtt .y  -----���������' _t  to  T>  |a_(a. ��������� -��������� ��������� / ,  Blo(*������r.   Bay  and  Church   Cars..   :. ,  IMirriLlTADC1 Aa n matter of si-fet.v.  IN Vr.nl 11110 keep :������" exact rooor-1 of  -.1*11 un m va������u/ nx0   tx������tttf.   0f   eoncoipt'lott  and of the tlilfei-ent s<et*������s in tho workSi**-  of j'oi.ii* Lit. veil tion. <3^ily ctcrtiOcal .antl witnessed. Was will tan-ll you how snul fii������*i������-  islu titarco.<*i5;it"y form for *!������������������������- ivcn ������*������n ro-  <l\u*-at.  CARON & CMON, PATENT ATTORNEYS  Ottawa., Ont-trio  CHSES  are the concentr-ated  strength oi prime, Frc&K  beef. Use them to add  flavor and ttuttrimer-t to  soups, sauce*, gravy,.  ���������tews, liaih, meat-pie^  Tin* ol   * - 1 5c. and  "     ������������������ to - 30c.  .Cdok's Regulatiiig Compound  '������. i#������ ti^arit r������l 'ii������������T.fllv *M<������,"I,'ffl  -*N<*!_,,'i'i: NV.'v "*>; ffeljihy.Alt  'i'rwfjr\at������, m, \ti\i.^itj.4,nl wi inr������a|,t  "**rt^aa^l*>ll>JliaaMIiriitifillN*  "Tlf|-������MSt>j*T^^  wj������*K#:i������������l5������.sMM������Wii!������iMl'l,.Mf.*W  w^<***������U.������������~.^^i.ay^w.i>i;aH,.,.,���������.,������w^i4^  OtVai* MAM- A CKWTU!  On LEGLERGS  a*j|,( K KI l������"i������t.** ������U L������������������rm*.it".  IRV l.ttt*-0*rA.TJ*>M  ~n.-ua ran th������  >   -.IVKRiMtOMeVfl    >ti������^V'Ki(.,H*.CUairil������',kafc  Dr. LE GUnG'S VbFM&WA  HA������(" ,*.vti urit.t m.t ������oi.   (.m������jrt- all ���������><������nih,  9.,   I   "C Ol C0g*'C WataiBirMBla_IK  :������"d. Im  U*Jlk������ Cli.;.j.].!f,      l*fl.;*������ Jn.J.Jnclj.o.t  Jla.  aM-Wiil tUt, IOIi������ii ;., jriiok. i .-. I .t:.. C-������a-a,j.jo.<JM.  Mr** illiua-. ixntuj-, "IM VaMa .n������. ���������e-RfcSTON "$oHuul DiSTnSCT  TH3  CHKSTel-5   BKtTBW  VACCINATION  Ahe attention or an parents isatreoted to the following  Regulations for the Prevention of the Spread of Smallpox to  and. in British Columbia :  25. -  suitable  ���������' a. ���������''"'- ��������� *��������� "**  It is hereby ordered that all laocal Boards of Health shall arrange  tTon.es and places for vaceinai/ioo and give public notice thereof.     \  26. Svery resident of this Province shall forthwith be vaccinated or  produce to the Medical Health Officer o? the district or municipality  where he or she resides a certificate or proof of successful vaccination'  within the ps-ecedlng two years, or a certificats fchatsiicb p-*i���������on is~at the  present, insusceptible of vaccination, or-a certificate of physical unfitness  for vaccination. Such certificates shall be from a duly- qualified, medical  practitioner.       , "..-���������:'-'-'������������������  27. It shall be the duty of! the school   trustees and  teachers of all" ������  schools (public and. ptivate) to see that the provisions of the preceding  subsection are forthwith complied with by teachers. Janitors, all employees bf th������ School. Board* and by all children- aiie_di~,g- such -schools, high  schools, or colleges.     . -   T ���������  28. The trustees and teachers of the schools (public or private) shall  pro-ride that ho child shall be permitted to attend schnul without producing a certificate of successful vaccination, or that the child is insusceptible   -  to vaccination, or a certificate of physical unfitness.   -  The doctor wil! visit the School commencing Wednesday,  Apr^l 22, 1925, for the purpose of vaccinating all children with  permission of the parents.  , CBESTON SCHOOL  Creston, B.C., April 13. 1925.   _.      Tl/V A  -naTa.  VVJLJ  JJ\_/.T\X"4,JU*.  Local ������md Personal  For. Ja_._���������Tomato plants, seedlings  ���������Richardson. Eriekson.  BntTH���������On  April  15th, to Mr. and  Mrs. A. _*. French7a son.  Fob Rkkt���������Two room cottage, niee=  ly located.    Apply F. H. Jackson*-  Fob  ducks.  Sale���������White    Pekin   laying  R. Stewart, "Alice Siding.  WAN__ao-���������_aawn  popular     priced.  Office.  mower,   must   be  Enquite    Review  For Sale���������Thorobred Jersey heifer  calf, six weeks old. Apply Dr. Henderson.  Pigs Fob Baxjs���������Six weeks old, $7  ������mch._ John B. Miller (Alice Siding I,  Creston.  Duck: Eggs���������For hatching. 81 per  setting of 11 eggs. Mrs, M. 'Young.  Creaton.  Po-pa-OSS For Haxjs���������Gold Coin, for  eatine, 32.50 nei 10O tbs.    F. ������<   Smith.  Creston.  . ���������. *.  Fob SAL.B���������McLaughlin Four and  Ford cars, going cheap,    Guy Browellf  Canyon.    __"  See the spring display of stamped  goods at Speers'���������ecrst and white laces  and fringes,   _'-;���������'������������������'  Fob Saxe���������Oil stove with oven, also  an   Oak   coal   heater.   Mrs.  "Wether  head. Canyon.' - -'  '  Potatoes���������-Irish Cobbler, for seed  or eating, first-class stock. T. Trevel-  yan, Creston.  Anglican Church Services  Pigs   Fob   Sauee���������-W-ell   bred,   and  a������An    ������a������jn._t_._.   _������l**l       C&rft     ^������,.**1w "%M ___, _" __,  ---*-.������   ..astea.,^ aaaaa, -^n.    vna,aa.       Ja3.3r3.    a*.     SS.  Riidd, Wynndel.  Mrs. Walter Fisher spent a few  days of the Easter holidays with  friendsin Spokane.  Don't forget Saturday afternoon-  meeting to organize for lawn tennis  and lawn bowling.  Mrs. S. A. Speers is a. visitor with  Spokane friends n few days this week,  leaving oh Monday.   .  Miss Doyle was an Easter weekend  visitor with her parents at Nelsdn,  returning on Monday.  Miss Carrie, vice-principal of the  high school, is at her hoane in Nelson  fur the Easter holidays.  SUNDAY,  CRESTON  8 and 11 mm.  APRIL Id  SIHDAR  7.30 p.m.  Loyai Oianp Lodge Jo. 2035  HeetwTHIHBTHTTHSDAY of  each month at Mercantile  Hall. Visiting brethren cordially iav-'ted.  ERIC OLSON, W.M,  OGILVIE Goods are dependable  The Best by Test.  Ogifoie's  Baby Chick Food  and  h HRHVff BnjHHBflflB_H  fM mm^m |m  W^S ���������W wA\ ^R^S^R ^J ^5 ^9 23 __���������(  The best is none too  good for the very young  birds. Play safe vy usitig  Ogilvie feeds. They certainly keep tho chicks on  the grow and healthy.  a_tn_ B_P4Mtl _W������ t_ttS_ jMtr  bp ____r l____r Jig^B. I9Tb9 ^___l  fa. .. J_* BSl _"*_"_.__!" y y ""a  ^"*f3l"*W      mm ���������WIt 'l"!"jp"������     ^"*Q"*m       WmI     WI   ~a*l"l^P'  Seed   Potatoes���������Gold   Coin   seed  Eotatoes  for sale.    Bofifey   Bros.  (Q-.  lobden ranch), Creston.  Eggs Fob Hatching ��������� Purebred  Barred Rocks, $1 for setting of 15 eggs.  Mrs. Vaness, Alice Sidisag.  Misses Irvine off Fernie are Easter  week visitors in Creston, guests of  Major and Mrs. Mallandaine.  Fob S_S.E~Fine young co vr,$75. I-  faorse. plow, new; three geese and  gander.    Geo. Davie, Canyon.   "  Hatching Eggs��������� White Leghorn,  Sally strain. *$1.50 per setting of 15  eggs:.    Geo. W. Taylor, Wynndel.  Tubkbys Fob. Saxb���������Purebred  White Holland turkeys, laying. Enquire Mrs. C. O. Rodgers, Creston.  Fob Sale���������6-hole Gurney Oxford  steel-range. Also one biig'gy. J, A.  Woolverton, "Watkins d ealer, Creston.  Principal McLellan off the public  school, got away on Friday to spend  the Easter holidays with ftienda at the  coast.  Mr.  and   Miss Argue of Oranbrook  ���������were Creston visitors at the end off the  week, guests  of Mr. and Mrs. GK M  Argue.  Mr. and Mra. Coats of Nelson were  Easter   week   visitors    with   Creston  I friends, guests off Mr. and Mi-s. W. B.  Martin.  Geo. Nickel left at the end of the  week for Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, where  he 1s expecting to remain for some  weeks*;  Len Mawson, who ia working on a  section crew at Canal Flats,, was a  Creaton visitor ffor a ffevir days ut the  first of the week.  Miss Robinson of the teaching stuff  of Nelson school, ia spending the  Easter holidays in Creston, the guest  of Mrs. Henderson.  Hotrew Fob 8AM6-~4-room cottage  on two lots on Barton Avenue, going  cheap and on easy terms. See R.  Walmaley, Creaton.  Mi** Scrimgeout- iirdved from Vancouver on Wednesday on a visit with  her brother, the new manager off the  Bank of Commerce.  Chas, Binfore,   who ia now conduct  Ing a fruit and confectionery btiHlness  at Blairmore, Alta,, tu hove on n bus*  lnctt-j vlMifc this week,  Roy IIIH of fche Bank off Commerce  staff at Cranbrook,   was  tin   Easter  W������t-ik.rriri vlalUti- with Oresfeaon frlemlo,  a guest at the uBach.'*  RAHi'inMuiav Ca*������e������- For sale lar*g������  quantity of Cuthbert Raspberry caneM.  Jm>t'fiediato  dt-Hv-tiry.     Apply   Arrow.  smith Ranch, Creston.  Foil HAU6-~I:faclmlntevN ������������t Uiehulliig  four riu*,r|u������tr. not and ������hnttlecook,  never been uoecL  going cheap4   Apply  Mrw. Vnrlrty. vlot-rage,  v,The "Birth of a "Ration,"' probably  the biggest picture ever screened, is  booted for the Grand for a two day  run. May Ifith and 26th.  ��������� Mv. ^niiJ ^Mrs.-Heap of Coalhursjt,  Alta.. who   ha-*re>been   viHitqrs  with:  Mr. as������d Mrs, Simister the past week*  left for Sird-tr on Wednesday.     "-     ,:  Manager Rodgers has another of the'  always popular Rex Beach pictures atthe Grand for  S&fc-trday night, when  "Flowing (Gtold^ will be the feature. '-  "* " ������~  ( -   ' *^lw-   ��������� "  Pri ncipajj: Flemin g of* the h tgh school  is at Pentieton this . week, attending  the annual "icon-ientiott  of   the  B.C..  teachers, which opened on Tuesday.  ' ���������*- -'   "' ������=f - * ,   ,  Fob Rent���������-10 acre ranch, sevep  acres in cultivation, quarter-acre  of onions planted last fall. House on.  place.    Apply F.   K. Smith,  Creston.'  Eggs Fob Hatching���������White  Wyandotte eggs, 81.25 for setting of  15. . White Pekinr duck eggs, $1 for  setting of, 12. R. Stewart, Alice Siding. - ���������-  Alf. Nelson has an Interesting  announcement for sill, ranchers who  are going into tomato growings this  year. Look it tip, elsewhere in this  issue.  C. "W.^Allan, manager of fche Imperial Ban fc, and H. Hull, tedgerkeep-  er at the Bank off Cnmnserce, were  weekend visitors with Cranbrook  fs*;end������.  Geo. Tl'aylor arrived home at the end  of the week-N^tfter a few months stay  .with relative's and friends at Dover,  Idaho, Pendleton. Oregon, and Washington state points.  FOB Sas-B���������Tomato, Cabbage, Cauii  flower and Celery pl-nts, a big selection of garden ficswer plants.    Al! gord,  Strong plants.    Place your orders now.  Jas   Cook, Creston.  At the communion -service at the  MethodistChurch on Sunday evening  twelve new niembers were ' received,  bringing the membership off the local  congregation up to ������I.        ~  .Mrs. A. L. Cameron was an Easter  weekend    visitor    with   her  sons   in  Cranbrook, and is haviitg a visit froiQ-  her grandchildren, -Bruce   and   Mary,  during t he Easter holiday.  For the first time in many months  the Board of Trade failed to function  at the April session on Tuesday night.  being two short '- of the necessary'  quorum of seven members..  _**  The Rod and Gun ' Club have been  advised that troret fishing in local  waters opene<8 on April 1st, with the  except ion of Summit Creek, which  will be closed until July 1st.  S.C. White L3_dttHOBNS���������Hatching  eggs front high produeingHiens. Tan-  cred and Saithanier, etc.. cockerels  (250 and 800 egg strains), $1.25 per  setting.   F. Baker, Camp Lister.  '    "  '"      '-> y "^*-U  The Methodist Ladies' Aid sale oh  {���������Saturday afternoon was a complete  auccebH, everything ������_fered being sold  out long before closing time, and the  affair bringing in n-;little over tf00.  Posters are up for the ������ale of the  household effects at Mps. R. L. Finlayson, who is selling everythinig by  auction on Saturday, . April 25th,  commencing at *l p.������n> Terms off sale  are cash. -*���������-  Carlo  Tourings - Light Mmm  Runabouts - Trades  I Used Car, 1924 LVfode! Touring..". .'$500jOO  1 Used Car, 1924 Model Touring..:.'.. 1^0.00  I Used Car, 1923 Model Touring... /^giOd..  ,.i-     -    ~x~A--xkt?   irs*' are ^ re-coiiqiticraed cand ^,^gm|^sisj^  class shape���������and are goai������ntee^p||S||f||;g  rnt - _  -xut-se  Used  We  can  ���������pnstg������  -*""������    temnti  S-gTmst' 0&miA-  Cars~NEW~or^SED.   H  ^^r  R. ^S. BEVAN, Prop. Exclusive FoW^&e&J&ri  New  vetSuc ���������-"e^ith its success based on  quality at low price, Chevsolet now  greates* quality thssx eves before. 7  Rfaggat chassis-���������--frotn -radiator to rear axle, new  quality features ������f C6������i__tnactto-_ that'?&������&  AJ>     JHmimmJ.^m    m^rn.    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