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 i_*._!i?^''"  "*��������� >' 7 ?I% *?A  & *v*f t &:& 5 ~^T &A W-  'i"#*-^kTu' *��������� *-������  ^���������ovinci^ 1.,-!^^  /  ap!25  Vol. _���������.\rII.  CRESTON, B. C., FftlDAT, APRIL 24, 1925  No.  11  .star Loses Age  Lady Resident  Although her passing was not entirely unexpected y "Lister none the less  mourns the passing of the settlement's  oldest. lady resident in the demise o������  Monday.morhing of Mrs. John Finlay,  at the age of 73 years' and six months,  following an illness that, had confined  her to bed for about five weeks.  Deceased, wbo,.waa of Irish parentage, was married at .Cleetor Moor,  Cumberland, Eneland, in 1870, and a  few years, later the -family cause to  America, making their, first homo in  Afichitaran <vtie_?e- -after- s. .brief stay,  removal was taken to Minnesota,  where J_r. Finlay remained until. IS9R.  when he removed to the Slocan, locating at- -what _s n**>w known as. Silver-  ton, and Mrs. Finlay Joining" him at  that point iii i������"*0_. Here they resided  until 1805*when residence waa.trans  ferred to Greenwood until the fall of  1820, when they came on to Lister to  be with their, son, John, who had  taken up & farm here that year.  The funeral was held until Thursday  to permit "of the attendance on a son,  James, of St. PauK Minn., and was in  charge of Rev. G. Knox, pastor of the  liister United Church, with Messrs.  H. Langston, F. Powers, W. Milling-  -ton, J. M. Craigie, K. Milner and A*  R. F. Bernhard officiating aa pallbearers.} & Bar^s tssraoEsJ -off residents  paying their last respects, and many  floral ressembrances indicating the  high esteem in which deceased was  held.  In addition to the son, James, two  daughters, Mrs. Jory off Lister, and  Mrs. Belljacka of St. Paul^ Minn., and  another son,   John   off  .Lister,   along  'Mpitib ������zbk   ^_ ;     ^    1  music ana excellent. eats,    jsveryooay j  come and have a good tame  and   help  the boys get some funds   with   which'  to finance a good team this year.���������  On Saturday evening the home of  Mr. and Mrs. Faystan was the scene  of a very much enjoyed dance.  The Cranbrook   Sash & Door ' Com  pany  are    about  to   commence   the  season's operations at the mill here.  ,. Mrs. Geo. Young and son. Jack, of  Creston, spent the Laster holioays  here, the guest off Mrs. Driffil.  '   An"   announcement  of   interest   to  Kitchener people appears - in the last-  issue off the Rossland Miner, "referring  to a former popular Kitchner teacher;  _?_     __.l   M.^.     "** ar,    a__ . ...  .   ������������.?. ������__������, Juio. aiuiiil ctCUUIlUC  arniDUDCe  the engagement of their daughter,  Irene Beati ice, to Harney *��������� David  Drummond of Calgary, Alberta, the  marriage to take place on May I3tb.  at the home of the bride,' Rossland.  4mmA^g9SmV&&Sa  Jkfiss Connie McCarthy'Ieft  at  end nf tbe week-on a   visit   with    .  sister, Mrs. Faas,  at Morrin, Alberta.  the  thaia,  Miss Maud Botterill of Dover,  Idaho, was a visitor at her home here  a few days last week.  John Andrew, .sr., - who has spent  tbe winter at' his home in Winnipeg,  Man., arrived back at the end of the  week. "' ^  of  Biisnutui.   are  Fred Payne left a few days ago for  Kellogg, Idaho, where tie has secured  a job which will likely last for the  next few months. His father left for  Kellogg about a month ago.  * Mi*, and -Mrs. H. A. Bathie off  Wynndel have moved. into the Caiok-  house at the M. Wigen mill up Li-sard  Creek, recently vacated by Mr. Whitman.  Mr. and Mrs. Tooze and family have  taken charge of the Rose ran.ch, Mr.  Dickson now occupying the new residence on Mrs. Smith's place.  School re-opened on Monday after  the Easter week.vacation and   was   a  .*>  particularly   busy, -spot. on   Tuesday  here   for  oi tbe  A forestry announcement states  that Alf. Palmer wil. again be in  qharge of fire patrol work at West  Creston this season, and will go on  duty next montm  BlRTH���������On April 16th, to Mr. and  Mi*. T. W. Bundy, a daughter. Thsjr  third daughter in the family will be  Norma.  Mrs. T. g. Slisgsby. five tables'  playing. The prizes were" -won by  Mrs. Geo. Taylor and Elias Uri.  After dainty refreshments had been  served Mrs. Marsden entertained with  her splendid singing, accompanied by  Miss Walsh, -Others contributing de.  lightful vocal numbers were Mr. and  Mrs. "Wall and Mr. Packman. Those  invited were Mr. and Mrs. Walter  Cooper, Mr. and . Mrs. Dun sea th, Mr.  and Mrs. Orville Ogilvie, Mr. asjd Mrs.  H.. Packman, Mr*, and Mrs. "Wall, Mr.  and Mrs. Payette and Miss- Dorothy,  Miss Agnes Walsh, Mr. and Mrs.  Towson,' Mr. and Mra. E. Uri, Mr. and  Mrs. O. Abbott, Mr. and Mrs. G.  Taylor, M. Lileh C. Wilson and C.  Irving. Mrs. Marsden, who has been  a much feted visitor in Nelson, Wan-  eta and Wynndel, left for her bauie at  Kimberiey on Wednesday.  I  ������������������>>_> "55a *>  i_so���������lE-e ������_  Building of Hail  !(-"__,_���������*������*��������� ������*���������_ _     rf_W^*-5     aa.h������  ���������av ---��������� -u*������ ������ r__  UIJU  OW  on  when   Dr. Henderson    was  left: to- rooui-n l vaccination nurnoses.   some  the passing of one who all through life  exemplified the beat traits _f wife and  mother, and in; their", heavy- bereave  ment the family have -the  very  true  srvniinftt.hV nt a wj-irfe ci**e!e of friends.  Miss Laura Andeen off Cranbrook,  spent the Easter holidays in Kitchener, the guest off her parents, Mr. and  Mrs. B. Johnson. -  Mrs. E McGonegal were Creston  visitors a few days last week, the  guest of Mrs. Payne.  Miss Jean Henderson off Creston  was here for the Easter week holiday,  the guest of Mies Clara Hunt.  Miss Jessie McGregot returned to  Kitchener on Sunday, after spending  the Easter holidays in Kaslo.  ��������� Miss Mildred Andeen was a weekend  -visitor with friends in Cranbrook.  p. P. Paulson arrived from Spokane  on Monday, and will spend a tew days  looking after  business interests here.  The Kitchener baseball talent ~ is  having n dance in the Hunt Hall on  Saturday evening, April 25th. with an  admission of  $1.   supper  free.   Good  DO  M|.a and SSrs. Vyil!  of Yahk, were weekend visitors with  Mr. and Mrs. Dodds.  if  - Tbe first outdoor grown lettuce to  be marketed this year ia from the  Clements & Young ranch, who were  supplying Creston retailers nt the end  of last week.  Miss Audrey* Craigie, who has been  tbe telephone central staff at Nelson  the past six weeks, arrived home on  Thursday last, the two Donovan chil  dren, Lucille and Isobelle, of that city  coming with here for a few days' holiday--,-   ���������$> _  residents being on hand for treatment-.  - * There is considerable of a rush to- get-  back .into strawberries in -this '"section  this spring, and the Reed 8c Mather  ranch are- doing ������ big. business in  plants. About 20,000 of these will be  set out, the - Compton ranch ' leading  with almost 11,000:  Tbe road along the K.V. and Parkin's hill-, and in to the Blinco place is  in great shape for travelling since the  grader has been over it. Victor Carr,  Frank Simister and Harry Ostendorf  have been in charge of operations..  Congratulations are extended Tom  Marshall and Miss Hilda Parkin, now  residents of Vancouver, who were  married in that city on Good Friday,  and will reside their   permanently   in  future.  school who whs at her home in Fernie  There is   promise   of   an   abundant   for Easter week, returned on Sundxy.  crop of Wealthys and Melntosh Reds  monrad Wigen, who   has   been   at  Cranbrook    hospital   for  six   weeks,  with a bad attack of flu,   returned   to.  his home here -on. Thursday.    He   is I  stiii quite weak, but   is   coming   back  slowlyanaVwft������-_cott*-be arounda&ain:  as well as ever. -       ,*  Julius* Ovre has his. brother, from  California, vi&iting" him this week.  -Mrs. H. Sredo left on Wednesday  for Stavely, Alberta, to join her  husband, who is helping witb farm  work ut that point.  The C.R"EL^^ are here at  present erecting   a   new  slat-ion   and  grading down a real good road behind  iU 7  J, F. Hutchcroft and a friend from  Cranbrook were visitors here on Tuesday afternoon, looking over the J.  Tyo mineral claims, returning the  following morning.  Miss Snow,  principal   of   Wynndel  Will Mitchell, jr., left at the end of  the week for Island points, where he  expects to secure employment for the  next few months.  Sam Lazachuk, who has been working on bis place. here - for the past  couple of months, pulled out for  Spokane a few days ago.  Miss Murielle Millington left on  Sunday for Crahbrook to resume her  work at the high school  in that town.  Mrs. Bird and young son got back  on Wednesday after a very enjoyable  visit with Nelson ft sends for about ten  days. ?������  Mrs. Frank Baker ana her mother,  Mrs. Ross,  left a  few day*t ago on a  There was a fair turnout of members  at the April meeting of Creston Valley  Women's Institute, on Friday afternoon with the president, Mrs. M. J.  Boyd, in the chair.  Tbe feature of tbe session was the  final decision on the matter of erecting  a hall for Institute meetings, housing  the library, and other gatherings, on  the Institute lot on Barton Avenue.  The special committee had ieported at  the March meeting that tbe hall alone,  without any furniture or piano, would  nnsh in  i.l-o ���������taBiarhluii-.l-'f.raat ai.tr   J���������lfiftO   on/1  ������������������ - ��������� ���������-���������  ������������������-ara������������������ ��������� ��������� -��������� ��������� -'-   -a-���������������������������a ���������������������������  as the gathering in of this amount of  money appeared too large an order the  ladies decided to drop the project for  -a. 1   St tue yirAr.  holiday visit with  points.  friends   at- prairie j bl,,b show ,.. tfee  Mrs. R. Stephens for the committee  on better schools reported that Mrs.  McCreath "had been added to the  committee and that at the May session  they would have a report on conditions  at the local school. Mrs. Hamilton,  librarian, reported that the public  library was .accepting permanent  quarters in the S. A. Speers* store, and  the Institute voted $15 to defray tbe  cost of putting in the new shelving.  The directors submitted "~a copy of a  resolution they had sent into H. David_,  son, the provincial liquor commissioner, protesting against the granting of  a beer license at -Creston, and' the  meeting endorsed their  action   by   a  PW-aO ������%m~%rm.. IB ������T ���������*��������������������������� VtSw-la^l-lf-J VfAftA *VVaW__.  +.mjm-im.+*m****'*mj uu-c*aui *-.*k__.������*r*|ai0 ~r ^f_~7������ Jk -UX7  action of the directors  ih   selling   the  lumber   in    the   blown-down   library  building was also endorsed.  The Institute will have   the  annual  D���������������;������w -c*r_ia -~��������� a..*���������!.  & v.. .������������_������  - . ~r ��������� *_,.;.,  a_a<a.aj*.jl���������  Scbool :*;e-������pene-i  on  in this area, but rnspbeiries seem to  have suffered quite he*nv-Uy from winter kill.  Losiv���������On April 22 nd, between resi  dence Of A. L. Cameron and the  Mercantile store, .Creston. a silver  brooch made from 60 cent piece, and  engraved with the initials "J.M.C."  Reward to finder on leavEng-same at  Review Office.  CORPORATION OF THE VILLAGE OF CRESTON  ��������� t '.  Clean-Up  All owners, a..onta of owners, and tenants of property -within the  boundaries of the Village of Creaton ar������ hereby notified that  *  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29th  has been proclaimed 01ean-TJi> T)ay on which date all yard a and  preminoa  mnnt   bo  p*at  tn  clean,  and   -mnitfiry  condition.  Rofuao that can bo burned should bo thus destroyed, bub all cans  or other refuso placed ia boxes, barrels, or other containers.  and put convenient for battling away will bo removed-firoo of  charge by tho "Village teamster on Thursday, April 3(kh.  By Order,  VILLAGE COMMISSIONEES.  n&onaay alter  the Isaster .weef's holiday. We bear  Dr^"Henderson will be out next .week-  in connection with vaccination ~ proceedings.  -m>  The Lister area deeply mourns - the  death of its oldest lady..resident, Mrs.  John Finlay, who passed away early  Monday . morning after about five  weeks illness. She was a great favorite with all who .knew her, and the  husband and family are deeply  sympathized with in their heavy  bereavement.  W. J. Jory was hurriedly recalled-  from Cranbrook on Monday, due to  the death of Mrs. Jory's mother, Mrs.  Finlay. Jim was at Crahbrook out  fitting for the season't. work as assistant forester in tbe Kingsgate-Kuska-  nook district, which he has been in  charge of for the past three years.  j day, April 25th, along with which will  #���������*-��������������������������� * "#t~*j.   <-'*������������������# ������ "���������������   <*������������������������**���������*     *-������i M'������r*i-������  V/lOtltUlt,   JO.'U.m   ^IUJJ-1'III  *>($*   4ba������Oa  mmmmmWmmmmmmmmWtmlMmmlmimi^^  Tom Mbuntford arrived on Tuesday  to look after spring work on his farm  here.  The tennis club had a dance in tbe  old schoolhouse on Saturday night,  with quite a large crowd in attendance*  Music was supplied by Miss D. Penson  and Mr. J. Penson���������piano and violin  ���������and was exceptionally line. A good  time was enjoyed by all*  The Musical Eckhardt bell ringing  company played Wynndel on Thursday night, presenting a very fine  entertainment to a large crowd. They  played ,J"or a dance aftewards, and  altogether it was a most successful  evening.  Jas. Mannerino of  on  Sunday   looking  inspecting his property   next  the   L.  Bencdetti place. *.  M. Wlpjen's sawmill is running now,  cutting lumber to repairs chutes and  flumes, but by the end of the u^ek  they will bo turning out tics steadily.  Mlsa Mabel Penson, -who has been  at Lumber ton for the past two  months, returned to hor home here on  Tuesday.  Miss Walsh, teacher in tho junior  room, spent the Easter vacation in  Nelson, returning on Sunday.  Rimer R'nghetm bought n eocond-  hand Ford truck in Creston last week  and it will be in use on tho berry haul.  Mrs. Ernest Marsden of Kimberiey  Sirel&s*  ne tne usual t^ea ana sale or cooErag.  At the May meeting members and. all  -others interested are asked to bring in  any surplus wearing apparel they may  have-as the Institute' -proposes to send  a bundle to the refugee Armenians.  The meeting concurred in a "etter from  headquarters suggesting that the  crippled children -work now carried on  at Vancouver be taken over .by the  B.C. Institutes, which are alVpresent  the chief financial contributors to the  work, '���������  Misses Violet Morrow and Eileen  Hendy contributed a piano duett, and  the former an instrumental number,  while the tea hostesses were Mes-  dames, W. Hendy, J. E. Hayden and  J. W. Hamilton. The tea Offering  was about $3 which goes to the  crippled children work.  Sirdar was here  up  friends   and  >t4a_i   4/ilij     mUC-Dv       O.       .i������"._J<J_'  ������4     i.Oiaii'/  whist on Tuesday evening ntthe home  Mi**s Chad wick got away on Tuesday  on a, two weeks' visit with friends in  Nelson, Cranbrook und Michel.  Miss Dorothy Cum left on Thursday  last for Cranbrook whereHhe will visit  friends for awhile.  , Will Goodman, night operator, x*-ho  lefl on Wednesday last for Cranbrook  ffor a week's holiday with his parents,  got bnck on Tuesday.  ���������3. Cox of Pincher Creek, Alta., was  at Sirdar on duty as night operator, in  the absence of W. Goodman.  The C.P.R. painters are here again,  giving the company's buildings a fresh  coat of paint.  Baster services in tho schoolhouse,  with Rov. H. Varley off Creston  officiating, were well attended.  Dr. Hendetson of Creston was here  on Tuesday on a vaccinating trip,  when all the school children and any  adults desiring attention of-thta sort  were taken care of.  Principal nines of tho Sirdar school,  got back on Friday from a holiday  trip to Nelson, ������,nd school re-opened  on Monday with a full attendance.  Tho plculc on the beach on Wednes-  eay afternoon last, which was iu  charge of Misses Chad wick, Heap and  PaBcuwco, was very much enjoyed by  all present. Every ono off the !6  children present  received   prizes   for  aav.-,*.   -t,. ..... ..-������������.  _w���������w ������..������..._Jfy,    wlaau     k.aut_      Iawk3_-u     Ka aaaicr.,  music and refreshments.  Lust year the smelter at Trail produced    an    Outlet    valued    ut    over  $i4,ooo.coo.oa  Although Vernon voted unanimously to enter the United Church the real  Scotch Indies are still a bit clanny and  have just organised the Scotch  Daftughters of Ve**non, and are to have  a Scotch dance as an opener to the  fteasnn*s activities.  Creston and District Women's  Institute announce their  annual Bulb Show, with  a������  Sale of Coomng and  Afternoon Tea  in the PARISH HALL  ___*  ������B  P9to w.   f*a.   *^^  Hi  3 to 5.30 p.m.  Admission rree!  EVERYBODY WELCOME.  it'i'rMi'wfij^  ^U:^t7>:.^t:;ii-i)7-'-'^i7w-^'i^-iis.!:-,,l,,^j ^.-������������������^i .7;.-'i������ ";~i '���������mSSS^Sjttjmmmmw  ������xi&    itEVTEvv,   CKi_STOJSr.    ������?.    O,  Iijfla-Blll  ���������*"*������������������������  a^Stf  *5s?^ ojfc _5A^  that here aii is not as it should be.  Sooner or later, she must guess or "discover what is wrong, and then she will  open fire or lay us board and board.  Understand "this clearly; to the first  shot- from tlie,'.Enearnacian this gun  ;wiiIyftreythe Tans-vver..... I -make iri!y������,e.l i������  dear, i h.ppe?" - ;������������������-.., "'7-: a-'kxx...AA,,  "Bui", naiiie ot! God, h6vr should it be  ���������'.clear,'*  youjrig^Kspinosa cried.      "Can  "And you���������you will accept too," he insisted passionately.  1  y-; :;���������<���������;-,��������������������������� ..7 Don. Pedro Sangre '--My  a. The Cinco Ej** gas and, the Encarna-  c|ph/7aftet* a .proper exciiango,. of signals.-lay ".ictto to within a quarter  bl"  a mil p- of -each other, and across._the;  ��������� intervening   spafce   of  gently   heaving,  you  ayer'Uthe.'fight?      II!! you know'a1, sunlit waters sped a boat from "the-.tor-  way, and iJ: I,7or .these,  can help you].ineiv maimed by  six  Spanish  seamen  to it in ileaveu's name let me hear HZ'tapd, bearing, in her  stern.sheets Bon :  '"A   light*-would   be   averted   i_ ��������� p^7K*\teban^r de    Kspinosaand., Captain !  Diego do ks.pino.sa were to f.o*-aboard/i^ter Blood,   y;/.-,,;........- ...-.!..-.; j  CHILBLAINS  Zamr-Buk soon, allays ttie  in.lamiriaiion and swell-  ine.lull������ the li-ictine pain. *������id  uoothcB the maddenine irritation. Whero slcin is broken,.  f������*t������r������'-l or ulcerated Z������m-B������t!k r  ia doubly valuable ,:bece_,������e of  its crest healing, and  antiseptic power.  Before disclosing vour invention to anyone, send for Free "RECORD OF  INVENTION. New leaflet "PATENTS���������A Road to Foi tune"; also fre������  on request.      Prompt, persona!  serv.ee.      Write TODAY.  W. IRWIN  HASKETT. Hope Bid*.., "Next door to the  16 Elgin St., Ottawa, On4. Canadian  Patent Office"  -pi  his brother'.*.'* .ship, and by his presence and assurances inrorm the Admiral that all is well with the Cinco  I-alagas.      .But: Don Diego cannot: go in  She   also   bore-two   treasure-cltest***'t^  containing-fifty thousand     pieces    of j  eight:.  'Nay,  ���������-nephew, . nay," Don    Miguel  Cold-' has   at   all   times  been ] protested with ironic repudiation.     ���������"!  ~\ C? Romance o/~ itfc Spanish Ji fa in  RAFAEL SABATfNI  considered the best ot" testimonies of  person, because he has .a, slight touch ! good   faith.      Blood carried  further .a  ' of lever���������shall we -say?      But you, his | bulky", package addressed to a.grande  j son, may convey all    this    and    some .of Spain, heavily sealed with the anus  other matters together with his horn- j of Espinosa���������-another..piece of evidence  age to your .uncle.. You shall go^n a! boat j hastily manufactured. 5n the  cabin of  manned by six of these Spanish pris-   the   Qinco Xlagas..     Up     the    'ladder  goners, and I���������a distinguished Spaniard j went Don Esteban"'closely followed by  delivered from caplivity in Barbadoes j Captain   Blood.       In the   waist:   stood  by  your  recent raid���������will accompany   the Adimral himself to receive them,  you to keep you in countenance- "It la  handsome,  self-sufficient man, very  CopvriKhtrai.  \*?22. by R������l������rl l-.-m.if i������������  "CAPTAIN  BLOOD."  ��������� \iutnph plcturt  with  J.   Warren   K������r|g������i.  tille role, u an -da.ptalion nf this thrilling ooveL  in  ihe  SYNOPSIS  the   one-eyed  Pcier Blood, a youn  Is    wrongly    contlinnrvHl    a.s    a    rebel : manned  against.   King   James   and   is   deported  to  Bridgetown  in   liiirbadocs.       There!  he is purchased, as a  slave ..by Colonel , tigbi ?  "We   can   figlii,'*   said  ;gTant -villi an oath, I  rish physical*!,-'.      ''Fight::"   sneered   Blood.       "Under-!  s  we  are.  rnnsU-rtng-a- bare!  wenty   men,   in   what,  case  are  we  to!  .No,  there would  be  onlv ou.  return alive  i any   kind  j ijtriiee,  jas  j there is the leasi'irii .adventure, be if, j white habit of St. "Dominic.  j from   treachery or ill-fortune���������I   care;     Don'Miguel opened his arms to his  and  without accident br I tall and stiff, a little older and -greyer  to   hinder   our   free   sailing-; thanBon Diego, whom 'lie closely re-  Dun  Diego   shall  have his  life; ! sembied.      lie was  supported by lour  shall    every    one of you.      13ut if j officers  and a  friar in the blaclt  and  not  which���������the  battle  as   I  have liad j nephew, whose ling  can have no knoi^ledge a������if these  things. I have tlie honor to represent upon the seas Hi's Catholic Majesty, who is at peace with the King  of England. Alreadyy^ou have told  me more than it is good for me to  know." But be winked into the  twinkling eyes of Captain Blood: "But  sint  1 will go  (To becontintied)  ince Di������KO canoot come to me, why,  will go across Whim." 7  Fast Time  "vvaai, Zeke, what kind o' ttme did  ya have in the city.?"  "Oh, that dum old daylight savin'."  ->-aa '"i  ������*1  ������Tf      1"t.l"l������*.lA      1 * *>      I1l"l !(���������_     .  .   lillf)        \sClLl*-\S      ll-C      UJJa."     a-  the  honor  to  explain, will  be opened t look for pleasurable excitement.  Bishop, niiliiary commander, at the  behest ol: Arabella, the Colonel's niece.  A Spanish galleon, the Cinco IJagas.  under command of Don Ob-go de Ks-  pinosa . y V-ildez, captures rhe eily.-  Wliile the Spaniards sack tbe city.  Blood sends Mary and Arabella  back to the city io safety. lie leads'  his fellow rebels-convict on board the  ship and-captures it-     Colonel  Bishop  way. To persuade her that alljs-wt.il  aboard. Unit, wi- are Spaniards, so that  she  may  leave  us  ten continue oii our  course."*  Ogle, wish a bent: for sarcasm, interposed a suggestion bitterLy.     .  "We might send Don Diego de. Es-  pinosa in a boat manned by his Span-  on our side, by this gun, and your  father will be tlie first victim of the  conflict."  Don Esfeban gazed wildly a moment  "But where is my brother? "Why  has he not come, hinrself. to greet  me?"  "My father is afflicted and Aenylng.;  upon the shoulders ol! his father.    But i himself    that    honor    and     pleasure.  his   father   remained   silent.       Something like a sob escaped the boy.  "I  Is" accept,"   he  answered  at last,'and  swung lo   the  Spaniards.  It is a little fever, the result of a  .slight,wound taken in the receipt raid  upon Barbadoes, which resulted in  this gentleman's happy deliverance."  :m5TE-MPE.Ry7  '.^l^O-pS^pfe-  Don't take cbanc������������ of t<n������. nslrsee s? s������_ls������  fcoiiL? lalcE ni> with X>lst������n-tperr lafl-ienza,  riiilt JSrOr I.������r3rn������itl*������, HeaTe������, CouBrha or  Colds. G3ve "SPOHJa'S" to both tlae eiclc  and tlio trell on������s. The tstattdard: rem������-"y  tar SO y������ar������. Give ''SPOHN'S" for Bot I>is-  terap������r��������� Sold in tvro Mzes at flrne etore������.  SPOHN SISDICAIa CO.    I,       GOSHES, 1XD  goes   on   board  and   Blood   hufds   tlae \ !avt}s lo .,ssuro i���������-s brother, the Admir- i  military   commander a.s  hoslnge  while;   .   ..    , ,,-,   -    ,       , . .,.   !  the  ship  puts   out.  of port   and   sends ' a!' Lha1 *'<' iiVi' a11 ]������>'al subjects ol. l,j������i  Bishop    over    the    gangplank.       Don I Catholic Majet.lv."' ,  ���������"Bedad!   ye're said  it.       lie doesn't:'  Diego, taken prisoner, is told by Blood]  fo sail  the- ship  to Curacao,  a   Dutch j .-.,,,���������,,,    ,,-      -, _      .    .  settlement, in return tor his liberty. 1 leul doaU'' lhls <-'���������"*od mrate; bur ;  .Jeremy Pitt, who hail studied naviga-j H1S fcotf. may take a different '.view.;  tion,  suspects Don  \>ii'Ko is betraying   Filial piely-__...i.jighty strong.in Spain'"]  l-bem. ^ ^^ i ETe'swung on liis heel .-abruptly,-   and  j strode--back to-the. knot of men about  CHAPTER XI.���������Continued i his prisoner.       "Here!" he shouted  lo  lie rose, relinquishing'the ��������� Spaniard i them. _     '-Bring him below."  ii> his men.    "Make him fast:,.'" he bade 1      In  "the   ward-room   the   three   stern  them.       "Truss   hirn.   wrist   and   lie el, s chasers     were     in     posit, ion,     loaded,  hut don't hurt him���������not so much as a ! their   mu-jzles   ihrusting   through   the  RHEUMATISM AND LUMBAGO  ARE BANISHED BY  ������'  huh' of his precious head."  I open   ports,   precisely  as   the   Spanish*  ; gim-ners had left. fhem. |  i      '"'Mere,  Ogle, is  -work  for you," snid:  'Blood, and as the burly gunner came  ! thrusting forward  through the throng  | of gaping men.  Blood  pointed 'to "the!  'middle  chaser:   ".lave the gun  haul-I  C-tp-filrfc   Blood   imperiously \������a ^ack." he ordered*:  When th.it. was done, Blood beckon  a.-tjitiim i.ic.ou r������-gard'.-o liim steadily out of a face .which, ii' impassive,  had paled under i.:s d-*-.-p i.-ui. About  ihe prisoner, clamani. infurialeil. ferocious, she rebels-eonvi<-t s.uiged. ni-  inost literally "athirsi  for his blood."  "Wait  ������������������ommandetl nnd uirning on 11i.-5 lu-el. 1  he *iv.-at asidv* to the ri.ii. As lie',  stood there deep in thought, h.* was!  .joined by Ilagihorpe. Wolva-rsione,'  antl Ogle the murine.-. in ^ib-nce yi������->y  stared v. i" li itiau uci-os. she wai������-*r at  rhar oi h'-r .-hi p.  **rri le-. i ha ii 1 im ! *'--- u-1 ic'iu r." said  Blurt.L |in-.- a-rn ly, ---.v.- _di:ill l.:i\a- h������*r  wihw-it-t t.trr hts'.v.-.-.-., --������������������.".���������eeping our  ilci'ks w it h  le. r giim--."  TO EXPECTANT  Letter from Mrs. Ayars Tells  How Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound  Helped  Her  Rpri-rip.  Valley,  .Sask. ���������"I   took   the  V������.k-*table   C'or.-ipound   before   rny   last  -������������������'-.nfuiement. when I x<&. to fer-linf.-; so  ia..*.ly that I retjid not -deep nights, iriy  h:������-k ai.'hctj so a (..tosh my laip*', and I  a-t-Lild harrJIy doiuy work rluriri^- the tiny.  1 n-v������-r had Midi an easy ron 1 inemr.1 nt  antl Jbir- is rny p,ixt|j baby*. I rejid atwitit  Lydia K. .'inkham's Ve--f-i_ib!a- Co-rn-  poi;tid in the ' Farmrr'H Tek*^r.*i.rn ' and  wrota.'y������iu Oh; i,\,<> t,f your bool-H. We  have !ior?ri,-.'^t. t in our town, but 1 saw  yoair rne*ji������-ine in 'J*. I'!a1i>ri"** (.'at-ilo-ccic.  .! .-'.'t, a tAii-:-./*:���������':������������������. vi:'e, r',.. hr.'.e all kind.'i  ������������f work to d-������ inside and out hide t.ht.  hou'C. My baby in a nice healthy i;arl,  who weighed .nine ]joundt" a1 birth. 1  **;ira_ feeling fine after p-ittirifr ir'; ���������"������ l.'irj,'c  l^arrfen ���������i-rifa' br������lt.t cr.r���������������**���������. (She ������'*" a���������������  -.rood a ft she can be.) Yours* in 'he iK-'t  mediciiae for wniuw,, **nd I b������va������ told  al>>iit it and even written tomy fritf-ndH  :.)/;t;t   it."       Mm.   .���������_r:r..'ip:   J7   ,7'A3;y  a.,,,.*,.,,,   V���������IV,.     ".*-.���������������-  "���������.ydia  !���������*. ISrikbarn'*" Vegetable C������������rn-  |.oimd i- ;tri c*.tv������)lenl- rnedi'-ine for ^x-  peelanl, mothers, and uliould b������- fak*-ii  -luring the entire fierio*!. It ha** a wn-  era I elfeet tot.tren(,-fheri anr! f������vn������-* up the  rnrir*" ^yst.ejn h������i that, it may work in  every respect tin rial ore .rttf-nd*-. All  dri.j^i-ttn s*-ll tbi.*ideperifiabfc aiicdicine.  Giie it ������i LriiFtU ���������';  liiiasns  They Give New Vitality and more.  Some diseases give immunity from another attack:  but rheumatism and lumbago (which is really muscular  rheumatism) work just the other way. Every attack  invites another.  There is scarcely any disease which .physicians find  more difficult to?treat successfully^ than rheumatism. Long  study, however, has shown that the seat of the disease is  in the blood." By maintaining the quality of tbe blood, you  are doing the b^st possible thing to prevent and combat  rheumatism. "- -    ' -���������"'"'  That is why Dr. Williams' Pink Pills has proved successful in thousands of cases of: rheumatism and lumbago.  These pills enrich the blood and enable it to throw off the  poisons ol! the disease. And so long as the blood ts kept  -pure and 'rich, there "need be do tear'of "a return'off "the  trouble. - - .  Mrs. Annie Wright, "Woolchester, Alta.,-'says'���������"I" was  a sufferer from rheumatism for fcix years and most of that  lime my life was ohe of misery.' I tried several doctors  but never got more than, temporary relief. The trouble  seemed to affect my whole sj-stem. Finally I was advised  to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and through these 1 found  complete relief. I can strongly recommend Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills to anyone suffering from this trouble."  ed I hose who held Don Diego.  '���������Lash him across tho mouth of it,"  he bade ihem, and whilst, assisted by  another two, they made baste.to obey,  he turned to the others. "To the  rouiulffbuse, some or you, and fetch the' _  Spanish prisoner.--. And-you. Dyke,; 2  go up and bid 1hem set the flag oi! S  Sp:iin alol't." <S-  Don  Diego, wirh his body  stretched..  in  an are across tlm camion'*-, mouth,  : b-gs   and  arms-lashed to the  carrlage  on eh her side ol* it, eyeballs rolling in.  Lis head, glared man La-"ally at Caplair.  I'tlood.      A  man may not  fear to die,  and   .\������-i   I>������.   appalled   by   Hie   form   in  .which ileal h conies to liim.  Captain Blood vout.-hs'.l'eil him a  : iiKilignn.nl smile, before ho turned to  '��������� mom   ihe   il11con     manacled     Spanish  [���������risnnei-s.       Prom    uniongst    them    $ j  'comely,  olive-skinned     stripling,    dis-i  ��������� linguishat) in be;iring an npparel  from  ��������� Iii.-:. companions,  started  forward with  mt anguished   cry ol* "PVi.t.her!"  * Writhing     In      the     :u'ni������   Dial   made  Jia.--.te   io seize  and   bold   liim,  he  call.  ' ���������������������������!  upon  ba-ave-n and hell  lo avert this  . horror,  5-ml   la.sily,  ad'l ressed   to   f'ap-  lain    i'lor.il   an   apjieal    foi-   niej't-y   Ihal  v as  al   oiii-i-  Jierce  ;\im\   p|l eous.  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Payments       tive of Dawes' Proceeds  John: Bull is proclaimed a very generous fellow for the manner in which";  he has offered to treat France with reference to her debt.;     ,������.  .':. ���������  .7������������������;.  The British note in brief declines to  agree -that Prance's  payments  shtruld  be dependent upon,   Germany's?-.fill.  payment of the,Dawes' plan annuities;.  declares Great Britanfls willing to accept fixed' annual payments, irrespec  live of the Dawes proceeds with a further    annual    charge    on the Frenchi- yy 7. Pottery -Fi*>m Wastern Cl-ay  a'lare  in   those  proceeds,  and  makes i:    Bottery    made -������������������'from Saskatchewan  (known "that Great Britain wilt devote ��������� and Manitoba cla5r won first prize, in  !' any surplus beyond the requirement*"* j the competition held under the aus-  of meeting her United States indebted->| pices of the Canadian Handicraft Guild  nqss to diminish the-burdetis upon her] at  -Montreal    recently.      Among    the  AA j rA:kA:AM&R^:^'^Akkk  MkkmH^^MiMBkkkM.  Success  With  Corn  .������    ;mm  allies. The London Times, while ap-;  proving the British offer, describes it  as extraordinarily liberal; a splendid  and onerous sacrifice by a people suffering from an immense decrease in  their accumulated wealth, from unparalleled taxation and grevious unemployment.  Standard 8  of  Quality  ���������ts^m.  -_ xvm.  over ^  50  Years  competing exhibits were products from  Great Britain, United States and East  ern Canada.  \  WORLD HAPPENINGS  A  Marshal" Foch's .elder brother,  Gebriel, died at Tarbes, France, aged  75.     Ke was a widely known attorney.  A Banish compans- is preparing to  start a ipiotor bus service between  Copenhagen and Pari... Later it intends to start a ... siinilar service  through  the  Italian -Riviera..  Agitation against British rule in India is decreasing in spite of all extremists' efforts to keep it alive, die-'  dared -J: E. Barbour, Paterson, N.J.,  who has returned������������������ after' an extensive  tour of the 6rient.    .  -Mrs. Francis Bniily JaneP'arker, sister of the late. Lord Kitchener, died, in  London, Feb. 10.' - It was only .a shfert  time ago that she had lost hope and  come to believe that hpr brother died  when the cruiser Hampshire sank in  June, 1916.    7; '  * .     m-   - -  The price paid lor Western Canada  wool is steadily increasing and the  hist car shipped "by the Manitoba and  Saskatchewan branch of the Canadian  Wool Growers'" Association netted 31  cents a pound to growers at local shipping points.  Remarkable Story From Kenya  '������������������ Native Chief Killed Leopard With His i  ,     Bare Hands j  From Kenya*, where-the Duke of  York is hunting big game, comes a remarkable story of a native chief named Murigo, who fought and killed a  leopard with his bare fists. He fired  a shot which caused the leopard to  drop and two of his followers rushed  forward, but th���������* bullet had only  slightly grazed 1 he head of J he animal,  which sprang upon tbe -natives,  Murigo was\afi"aid to lire again lest he  should wound his nien. He seized the  leopard by the throat, and, dragging  it from the two prostrate natives, he  killed it with his hands alter a fierce  struggle, in which he* was severely  mauled.    ���������      -:  COLOR IT NEW WITH ���������  "DIAMOND DYES"|  , - Bea ut ifui nome  dyeohg and tinting is  guaranteed with "bia-  dip in cold water to  tint     soft, ,   delicate  shades,    or i boil   to  dye rich, permanent  colors.      Each    "3 5-  cent    package    contains    directions    so  simple    any   woman  can   dye   or  tint lingerie,   silks,   ribbons, skirts,  waists,   .dresses,    coats,  stbekings. sweaters, 'draperies,  coverings, hangings.>������verythitig new.  . Buy "Diamond Dyes"���������no other kind  ���������and tell your druggist whether the  material you wish to color is wool or  silk, or whether it as linen., cotton, or  mixed goods:.      j  HEART WAS WEAK  NERVES ALL GONE  Mrs.  J. II.  Hail en beck,  land    Avenue, > St.   Catharines,  By : Jas.    DA'' McGregor,    Glencarnock j-  Stock; Far-iris,   Brandon,   Manitoba      |  -7/.;.:   .'_-, y-7;;. Part II.   '.-''.   ���������'      ","..    j  There are a number of different  .methods used' in the harvesting of  corn. If mature or nearly so it may  be pastured with any class of livestock, but more commonly with pigs  and this method, is generally called  hogging off. This type of mature  corn may 'also 'be husked irom the  -standing stalk and then allow the livestock in to clean up what is left. A  simpler, way forgather the grain is* to!  cut with a mower and rake up. or with  a binder and then thresh through an  ordinary grain separator. This gives  you the grain and the stalks are  shredded alicl blo^wn into a,, pile, which  makes : good 71'ough "feed. "7#e bave  never tried ihis latter method of harvesting: corn, but excellent results are  reported from the Dakotas and Montana. The later maturing and larger  stalked corns are,generally cut with a  binder and then either stocked in the  field, or-put directly into, a silo.  . For *fehe ptirpose of hogging off .we  always use an early maturing flint  corn such as Cleiiu ^t-sdow and i.sortii  Dakota While. Early maturity 3s  very imporiant lor the good va*be and  dry matter inerotftses with the maturity. 'The'-earlier-corn also has the advantage of giving a longer feeding  period. .  The question  as  to  the number of  hogs an acre of corn will carry cannot  be answered definitely.      This will de  pend upbn the length of time the crop  Ss  available,  the weight  of  the  hogs  and  the  condition of the crop.      We  generally figure on getting the hogs on  the corri the latter part of August or  tbe first of September and have them  stay until the snow comes:     If it happens  that  xn  early  Snow  comes  and  covers  up  the  corn   before  the  hogs  motners especially like it for children as it takes  the place of internal medicines.  . oca.i x? r uggists H aye  Modern Remedy for Colds  , *'.' . ��������� " "*������������������"'���������'  .,, i ��������� ���������������������������  A Vaporizing* Sal-re which is Rubbed  Over Throat, and Chest for Colds.  When Vicks VapoRub, tlie "external'*  method of treating sore tliroat, bronchitis, deep chest Tcolds, or croup, is  applied over throat or chest, the ingredients are released as vapors by the bodv  heat.  '��������� ' ''-'-.' "--���������  These vapors, inhaled with each breath  carry the medication directly to. the  .affected air passages, loosening the  phlegm  and relieving the congestion.  At the same time Vicks acts as a counter-irritant, stimulating the skin, and thus  helps the vapors inhaled to break up the  inflammation. -���������-  Colds are usually relieved over "night.  # 13.,i%   Oreo* 17 f%turn* Jars Used VkAttar  ���������Canada's  Wheat  _rop  Lower Yield  But Considerably Higher  In Value  Canada's   wheat  crop, for  the  year  1924 is finally estimated  by the Do-  jcninio.n  bureau   of   statistics   at   262,-  097,000 bushels, valued at $320,362,000,  as against a crop of 474,199,000 bushels  ih 1923, valued at    $316,934,700.      The  three prairie provinces accounted foi  235,694,000   bushels   of  the   total   production.  When a rich man suddenly becomes  poor or a poor man suddenly becomes  rich,vJns true character crops out.  explosion; * in. 1923, an  me with a weak heart..- and��������� my '  Women Can Retain  Then* Good* Looks  117%  Wel-  Ont.,  writes:���������"I   was   in   a   gas  it left  nerves were all gone. I suffered  everything; couldn't sleep, or endure  any excitement, and when left alone I  felt^as if I could scream. I took diz^y  spells, often falling and bruising myself." My inother read about your  "Milburn's Heart and !Nerve Fills, arid  bought me a box, but having taken, so  many different kinds of medicine it  Just seemed that I did not have any  confidence in any of them. I, took  one box of H. & N. Pills, and felt so  much better 1 continued with them until I had used five boxes, and after I  bad taken them I did not need anymore. 3 cannot praise, or recom-  niend, Milburn's Heart/and Nerve Pills i  too highly after all they, have :done for!  nie," -  Saskatchewan   Lignite Coal  Production of Saskatchewan lignite  coal in the Estevan area for 1924, according to a preliminary estimate/was  750,000 tons, as compared-with 500,000  increase of-50 per cent.  MONEY ORDERS  Once More From Nova Scotia  Comes a Tribute to Dodd's Kidney  pais  have it cleaned up, whatever hogs are]  kept over will be right back at it as  soon  as the snow* disappears" rn the  spring.       Ordinarily   we   figure   &n   a  feeding period of about 60 days.*  Hogs ot* any weight may be used in  hogging off corn, but best results are!  secured with, hogs weighing from 70 to I  125 pounds.      With go"od mature com j    a daily gain ol' irom l._  to 1"V_. pounds'"   pay your o\n-of-to\vn_a<-co".mt3 ".>>- x>o-  can be expecteti. ���������'      I.  With an average crop we figure that  an acre of corn will supply sufficient  feed for about five pigs of the above  weigh ts for a 60-d ay period -, pfOviding  1hat good-pasture is available while on  corn. Hogs should have access to-a pasture which is rich in protein and minerals which the corn lacks. Alfall'a.  clover and rape are good for  this purpose.  ������*������*.i������-ij<\T*t_ i^^c^iros���������  iSiT^Ti������_*v  ���������Oi'it^jrs,  rape  Joshua    Smithy    -well-kbown    ex-Post  ."'.master',' .tells    how   Dodd's   Kid"ey|  Pills relieved-him.  - Port Hood Islands. N.S.���������(Special). ��������� s.weet  ���������*T  used Dodd's Kidney    Pills    two'  years ago. .   1 had poor circulation in.  my legs and feet.    I used to have hot I    Hogs clean up a corn field very thor-  water tanks at night to keep'my i������et j oughly.      They  eat  practically  all  of  warm.     I was able to do without them  after using one box ol! Dodd's Kidney  Put up only by  Limited, Toronto,  The  0njt-  T. Milburn Co.,  Will  Be  Warmly  "Welcomed  ���������-The Mult In i nl   Photo. Stii-lio  Mrs. Wm. Fletcher ol* 2S Cherry  St., Stratford, Out. says, "Dr. Picrce'*-  Favoiitc I-icscription jj>-a tonic and  nervine that I would recommend to  every woman near in-? middle life. I  found it not only quieted my nerve?,  but it also relieved me oi hot flashes'-,  dizziness ami backaches. Before I  took the "Prescription' I bad the  ttrangest sort oi pain, like a kniic  *vuuiug- tUvu-my buck, i took four  bottles o_ the * Prescription' and can  .rutlthilly say every particle ot* pain  lias disappeared and 1 tim feeling ns  veil !i,s any person could."  Co to your nci���������b1*orliood ctr-hs  ilovc at  oiicc  and obtain^ this Prc-  ription in -.tablets <ur liquid, or send  i cent;; (to   Dr.  Pierce's  Laboratory  South Africa Looking Forward to Visityn10  of Prince  The Prince- of -Wales* visit'. to-South  Africa at the end ol* April'is being"  looked fortvard to with great, eagerness. 10vt ry purl, of the Union wishes  lo give him a big welcome and Is  clamoring lor Inclusion in the Uinor-  nry; the Dutch being as 'eageiv-as the  English to Know-llie arr.'ingements in j  course of prep-iralion. Engagement-",  lioviwer, ;ue being made with tho  K real est cure so as to ensure that the  Prliico Is nut subjected tctho ceaseless round OtsoeiiiVand sporting 1'inic-  (loiis which somewhat detracted Troiu  llie enjoyment of his vIbII.s elsewhere.  Museum Buys First Table Fork  The first Kngltsh silver (able fork.  niade in 1.6.12, lyis been bought by the  Vletorha and Albert Museum, South  Ketp-ington, Tin- fork la on-jmred  with tho crests b*T the- Munners and  Mr>ni,i'.-tip   fumlll'es.  \ Pills.  I also had urinary trouble, but now  I ani quite well.    My age is SO years."  This   statement    is   made by Mr. .T.  Smith of this place.  Dodd's Kidney Pills simply heal sick  .kkjneys.       They   relieved   Mr.   Smith  bpcsause his ailments   were   symptoms  of kidney disease.     "When the kidneys  get   out    of   oVder they fall to strain  impuwlies    out of the blood and  general  lassitude and    weakness    en-j  sue*.      This condition is not only dis-]  agreeable but dangerous as well. The j  imjmrittes in the blood are   the   seeds j  ol' disease.      31* they are not  removed:  Rheumatism, Lumbago, Gravel, Drop-;  sy. Diabetes, or I'rlglit's Disease max!.,  result. k  the ripe corn and a large part of tne J  stalks. Whatever is left can be clean-:*  ed up by allowing the other stock info \  the field after the pigs are finished. *  s It is not at all necessary to confine !  the hogs on the corn by means of hog :  -tight fences. .Just give them a taste j  of corn and you will havo no trotiblt* j  wilhHhem breaking into the other,  grain fields. '    ���������*  ^   Die ������t  whircver  iT.CHptfS  Tho    ���������Woman's    Medical    College ol*  I; Pennsylvania,   lhe  oldest regular college lot*    women physlcliins,    reache*.  itn seventy-fifth anniversary this year.  ���������J.".'  HI  iii llridgelmrt'. Oj^.. for trial package.  Tbe Many-Purpose Oil.���������Both ln,"l.ho  house nnd stable there raro scores ol'  uhoh lor Dr. Thomas* Eclcctrlc Oil.  Use It lor cuts, bruises, bu,rn.s, Hcahls,  the pains of rhoumutl.mi ahd sciatica,  sore Ihrotit. and chest. HorneH are  liable very largely to similar ailments  and muth.-.p.-" jib atllicl. maukltul. antl  nit- equally amenable to the healing  hiilnencn of this- fine old remedy which  has mado tliouHatulH of firm frleiul������  during the "past filly years.  Iu twenty-Ave years, according lo en-  II mat oh. tlii- population of the I'nlted  SUUe-. will be ;l ".0,000,000.  IV.    .NT.     U.     1^<> L  I  Milt-  ;T*t'������f     *. I ?.i in ���������  Bruise*.  "t   for'  Sj-r--!*1*.  ������d  '  Abundant Hair  Cared For By Cuticura  9hanipoo������ with Cutlcura Soap, preea*-*! sd  by light applicatlwcia of Culicuria OinL-  m<*iit to the ������c-ftlp akin. d<*> much to  cleunae* the ncalp of dandruff, allay Itch-  itia ami irritation, nntkntuluto lb-"* circulation ai������J promotft ttit*. heuHhy crtndltloiii  r-ccea-tarj* to prodwee a luxunanl crowtln  of hair.  flfc_a.li Tt-.lt-"r.i \f tfttU.t Arlafrai. r.Hhtii.n  Datpol:   "<JaUti������rai,  P. 0, B**_  ���������������*.���������, U������������l.raail."  Ha������ap������ii>'. OiitUntuilI'Catti'u.&JVe. 'I aalruna'^/.,-  *>ticl<.  A Remedy for 'Earache.���������To have  the earache is to endure torture. The  ear is a delicate organ and few care  to deal wlLh it, considering if work for  a doctor. Dr. .Thomas' Eclectric OU  offers a simple remedy. A few drops  upon a piece of lint or medicated cotton and placed in the ear will do much  In relieving pain.  Slave Trade Rife In Indian State :  Figures Just Published Show Thirteen ���������  Thousand Slave Owners in Nep,*������l 1  ' There tue sY1-J,4l9 slaves and IS.711*  slave own*, rs in ' "Nopal. Publication  of these tlfiitrcs camo as a j-fnriling  sui'iirise to the majority of the British  public who have heen, generally, un-  tiwturo ok' lhe existence of" slavery lu  tills Indian stale which, although independent, ia under l.h<..,.y*sis of the  British Kmpirf. j  Tito jVltth.irajah. Sir Chandra Shum- j  here .Tung, prime minister and de facto'  ruler   of  Nepal,   who  also   holds   the*  rank  of geueral in  tho  British army.?  lint, undorttikcn  l,o suppress the evil. \  in a speech at the cupitai-r' Kalniaiuiu,  In December, and only now reported  in London, he appealed for assistance  In. this tusk from tho people in general.  ^JVhen pure  sweet milk.  is essential  Free Recipe  Rook���������  Write the Borden Co.  . Limited.   Montrcala  *T. a. >���������-���������������  Pass it around  after every meal.  Give tlu; family  tl������e benefit of Its  aid to digestion.  Cleans tcctlt too.  Keep it -always  in     tlie    House.  ;���������  RBI  Costs little - helps much'  ITT ~~~*  ~   Hi  ���������miMWIHI  lUM.l  I Datpol  I IVai'aa,  i ry m>ur m������w- ^vnavii.n  *mm*mmmm*mmMmmmm0mmmmmmimm***mmmim4mi  E>ccavatin-j Nero's Tomb  KxcavuUou  of  the  I'lmperor   NcroV  tomb liaH been ordered by the Italian  (fleweminent        X  thorough  investlga-  tlon oi* llm.i site  bus been under con  ll'mpliitUatt  u*.' -aoine  lime.  For  First Aid ��������� fvlinard's Liniment  waaaaa-tat^ a a     a*a  ; THERAPION NO. 1  WH^W# _t'    <H  MM  \\Wm1mm    _ttk     __a^__ M   _V4_k  M_ jfl     !____. tM _h       ^F_M  _|     P*J BT*a |Bl**^^E^a mY1^^ Q ^L^���������W W^jM    my^mW 11    ^jffl  M*. t fo.* Hltaatata-r C������t_rr������i.    No. 3 for niooalZ  -akti. UJ������������a.fa������.   Ho. jrorCltronicW.ai.lan������������������������������������.  >4i" la at-��������� | a aLfSn f )l(M Tkc-, rtttt  na'M.I   IM..S*  J. '.[. ft ". r ��������� _  -!*������.<".  H at re i-w . t'������.*- .\*. . ������. '���������  f������������ra.,������  aaar *���������  tin*..*"--. ...    a������,   .". i-a   iu   .(.ia, ^���������WWMWtBi ������l������a^  '1-HB  CKBSTCN   EKVUSW  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription: $2.50 a year in advance*  553.08 to U.S. points.  C, P. HATTBe, Editor and Owner,  CRESTON. B.jC.������ FRIDAY. APR. 24  Sa&e She Forest Week  By royal proclamation this has  been proclaimed "Save the Fore<*t  Week," and by most_eyery conceivable publicity method all citizens on  the North American continent are  adjured to read, mark, learn and  inwardly-digest an immense amount  of information dealing with the  importance uf forest protection from  fire.  Amongst the many suggestions  handed out one that needs special  emphasis is couched in the following terms: "That at this time of  year, when thousands are looking  forward to spending their summer  vacations in the woods, all should  take eogsjisa.nce of the fact that the  camp-fire, which is one of the most  pleasant and valuable adjuncts of  camp life, may, if neglected, easily  result in disaster; and that to pre  vent repetition of such losses as  have been annually sustained from  this cause, all persons should fam  iliarize themselves with the proper  methods of building, using and  extinguishing such fires."  heard following last week's an-j  nouncement as to the Crawford I  Hill diversion, more than one resident- at Canyon and Eriekson  asserting that they would cheerfully  stand for some lack of attention in  those sections in order to have the  Crawford hill eliminated.   -  Just what the new work means  to the farmer hauling loads to ar.d  from town is best expressed by one  interested grower -who states that  with the diversion he will be able  to haul 100 boxes of._ apples each  trip* whereas in the past 50 boxes  was about all his team could  handle. ~   ''.*'������������������  Splendid Entertainment  Doing Good Work  JNot in at   least   ten   years   has  __������������ been ^ such a unanimous  aBStfiression of opinion, from Kuskanook to Kitohener of the excellent  service given by the road superintendent in providing so early and  so well the splendid travelling that  has obtained on   Valley   highways I istlxandltDth  this spring. -  In the way of entertainment 1925  promises to be a banner year at  Creston. Advance notices indicate  that this year's Chautauqua, which  opens for the usual six day ration  May 27th, is   going   to   be   away  _1 3   -_i������ _e it. ::���������-li , 4.X.*.  aiicau ui a-ity ua no uieucucoBUj o, uuc  quality of the entertainment being  foreshadowed in the preliminary  announcement that we. are to again  have the Calgary Kiddies for open  ing night, and that a talented  company will present the tuneful  and really humorous musical comedy, "The Mikado."  As usual the season tickets will  be at the same popular prices and  a generous buying of these is asked  so that chose underwriting Chart  (auqua's appearance here will be in  the humor to book it on again for  1926.  In the "way   of   motion    pictures  Manager   Xtodgers     has     advance  ������mtn&&ii ������Sty        !  Mr. and Mrs. Robertson of Nelson  were Canyon visitors for'Easter week,  and were -guests "of Mr. und Mrs.  Knott. y^  The Ladies* Community Club are  entertaining tonight at the school-  house at a whist and dance, witb an  admission fee of.50.cents.  After spending a'couple oC weeks at  his home here Mr. Wetherhe*. d left at  tbe end of the week for Yahk, to look  after tbe getting out of tbe ihe winter  cut of logs and' ties.  -Mrs. Wearmoutb spent Easter week  witb lier daughter, Mrs. Waldie, cat  Fernie, returning on Tuesday.  Mi*. Blair is back from the Reclamation farm this Week, looking after  spring work on tbe ranch at Canyon.  Jas. Cherrington of Creston was a  Sunday visitor here, making the trip  to Lister and Canyon with Rev. <""-.  Knox. lie had not seen Canyon in  fifteen years, and certainly was startled,  at the development in all directions in  that time.   "  jL-Ksmngxon rrun company  Sole Agents "Blue Goose" Oranges ^  We will buy all lines of Fruit for Cash in season.    Get iri  touch with us early, advising what you will have to market -  \  Ellison Milling Bldg.       U E LSO IM f "B.C.  P_one444  Miss Frances Knott and   her   guest  Miss Hoja-aii, left on Sunday to resume"  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 buy  every crate of them grown and pay 20 cents a crate higher  than the price going on the other varieties of Tomatoes.  ^-a^aa������a������ ^m.jrA\    4-m,.*. A*aW ��������������� .mm ^m.      .mt. m-m. ������_.!������������������ - ������  A       C3 \\m A/a|_    ���������������*-_!  ouikiu_ uScikaaaug   aat,i> nu ������^������������vG<>sL"������IIi  a.Ka.fc- II    -_  and Wasa respectively.  A. D. Pochin got back on  fp, i������h h- trip to Snglabds on  Tuesday  which he  left Canyon about two months ago.  He certainly looks as if the holiday  agreed with hi rh, and also report** a  most eniorable visit at the old home.  "C-.v. _i_;  __> ... a   for all "  r I* eKppct to pa^7, not- Ipr*- than ^1.00 a crate  Secrets" delivered to me. provided they are No. 1 grade.  -If interested let me hear from you at once. .   ���������*'  Creston Valley Produce Company  ALF. NELSON, Manager  "H*.-.-ll  n^iul'a, *���������.  uaaurt^H tO A.  E. Davies* the new general fore  man, who has eliminated the invariable complaints of slowness .in  getting at the work, as well as  growls as to sectional favoritism.  by having the work done at all  points almost simultaneously.  Mr. Daviea has shown commend  able enterprise in his spring ������per  stions, and it is confidently pre-  ajaiutcu. tudat the good work .will .be  repeated throughout the season  whenever the traveling can be  improved by grader work, or other  prompt attention.  Gratifying, too, are the comments  bookings of an tmusually fine-lot of  films, amongst them being a return  visit oft May Sth of Mary Pick ford  in on������ of her masterpieces, "Teas of  the Storm Country,1* whilst on the  of  May Creston will  have opportunity   to   -witness   the  '"Birth of-a.   Nation,"    which    well  deserves the reputation of being the  biggest picture ever filmed.  Still another big screen favorite'  is to be here on June 12th and loth,  when the lovers of romance -will  witness a two day run of *"Robin  Hood," with Douglas Fairbanks  starring. And on July 3rd and  4th there will be a presentation of  the big comedy hit, "Charlie's  Aunt.**  In the well balanced life entertainment has always been conceded  a place, and Creston is certainly  fortunate in the quality in evidence  on the 1925 amusement menu.  m  SATURDAY, APRIL 25  I  JAMES CRUZE  Pt-O&UCTION  4WMKH ZUtCOl  Jta-.II UU4M*\-  Local and Personal  S. A. Speers has kindly given the  library permanent quarters in the  hardware side of hit- store, nnd members will be able to change their books  in future on Tuesday afternoons as  well as Saturday from 3 to 5. As the  Women's Institute donated a sufficient I  amount to pay for the necessary new  shelving, the librarian will be enabled  to send to Victoria for a change of  books ��������� immediately, there being  sufficient funds now on hand to pay  the freight and cartage, and yet leave  a. sr_h!! balance for insurance, etc.  At a special meeting of the , village  commissioners on Tuesday night it  was.decided to at once purchase a fare  engine of the chemical type and. an  order has been: placed witb the National Chemie-U CssBipawy, of Edmonton,  Albertii, for a machine of 40 gallons  capacity. This apparatus is speedy  and efficient. As soon as the shafts of  the carriage are dropped to the ground  and a couple of levers pulled the  chemical substance is going through  the nozzle onto tbe flames. What is  now required is a volunteer Are brigade  and the commissioners are to call a  meeting in a few d������ys to osgsiniae a  squad of Are fignters.  Everything passed off harmoniously  at tbe annual meeting of Cres-ton Cooperative Fruit Exchange,, which was  held in Speers" Hall on Friday night,  with "the president, R. J. t<ong,  occupying the chair. A very satisfactory balance* sheet was presented by  J. W. Hamilton, which was adopted  after a brief discussion. Thb election  of officers sees three new men on the  directorate, Jas. Adlard, Jas. Compton and E. W. Klingensmith it-placing Messrs. Harrison, L. Leveque und  P. Mann, with J. M. Craigie, K, J.  Long, W. W. Hall and Q. E. Van  Acker un completing the board, and  the three latter chosen, president,  vice president and secretary respectively. Mr. Bat-rot of Kelownu, a  director of the Associated Growers,  discussed the 1024 marketing situation,  and Manager Vance of the Creston  Exchange, also discussed tbe loca  maibeting problems of the past year  The Kaslo public library is now open I -   The silver fox farm  at Cranbrook  and Cranbrook will   have   its  libra y  fc"> double its capacity this year,  going very shortly.  Tomato growers in tbe Okanagan  will receive as high as $19 a ton for  canning tomatoes this year with the  minimum size of If inches at this price.  Rev. D. F. Cowie, one of the Kaslo  For  clergy, was given a kitchen shower by  some of the ladies of his congregation  one day last week. He is to be married  this month.:  At the annual shareholders meeting  of the Trail smelter the balance sheet  shower that the nett profits en .1924  operations were double iHe earnings cf  the year previous.  :   Aituough Peiiiietor. voted into unimby a very respectable   majority   those  opposed  to   the   United   Church   are  going to carry on the continuing Pres  byterian ChurchJf at all possible.  This spring Cranbrook is burning  more light and less gas. For March  the electric light depart ment has a  gain in consuption of 20,000 k.w.h. as  compared with the same month in  1921.  Pianoforte. Organ ana  ���������-���������- Singing Lessons  AR7HUR COLLIS, Creston  P.O.   -������M-a7ai  NEWS Or KDOTEHAYS  A NEW-IDEA DRAMfA of Ntw York night*.    Contrastinu  ���������Pit ft .    .    -     H   ���������    .        f   .       a.  k^i*w*  WtVw*.*  'iP>0*mn a*-***    *4i$0f*      ^l#*M    -+**>*, f1m*^i%4~   *+* 0*f* ftp***, fit*  '   "  tMa/^'at  #i      tea-* a*  ������ * * *4 i *   W        4 ������ *  */*  %r*>W ������    * **       ���������������������*  W *- <m      aW^-t  %r M> t* *J  ull-night rsvsls.  ������������������  150 motor licenses were taken out at  Fernie up till the end of March.  Pentieton Co-Opera tlvo Association  paid its shareholders $1400 in dividends  on 1024 operations,  800 itutos nnd motor trucks aro now  running in the Cranbrook district,  representing thirteen different makes.  200 license plates were Issued on April  !*������t.  For 1021 the lead production at Trail  smelter increased 00 por cent., and tho  zino output 50 per cent.   The capacity  <������f ������laa.    ullt/taya     ma-ifl     ������a-r.1������l      ������.**li*l":k"**"     "~*"  doubled.  From all sources Revel stoke expects  to gatluu- in aboutUlJ C(>,2^2.10 this year,  -n*" of *bi������* f-mount tsbor.t iJiS.lWO r.'l!H  bo required to finance the schools of  tho town.  9 _i__8 fSc-sftfirffi i AflmA  Mat   ^ITiflE  -.ujm uiaugo kuugoy hui _.uau  Meets THIRD THURSDAY of  each month at Mercantile  Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited. ���������       --  ERIC OLSON, W.M.  -   l  MINERAL.  FORM *-*  Certificate of. Improvements  A/Or/OH  Dome Fractional and Tea-Pot Fractional Mineral Claims, situate In the Nelson Mining"  Division of Kootenay District.   Where lo-  cated*^ On Sheep Creek, attotat seven miles  TAKE NOTICE that I, A. H. Green, acting,  as agent for A. Bremiier, Free Miner's Certificate No. t59430-C,. and James Bremner, Free  Miner's Certiflcsate No. eEOOT-C. intend, sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining1 Recorder for a Certificate of Irapro-reise-ite  f or the purpose of obtaining: Grown Grants-of  the above claims, ���������  And further take notice-that action, under  section 85, mnft be commenced before the  issuance of such "Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 28th day of Febrnary. 192&  A.H.GRBEN.  6QV������RKK^T UQUflSI &RT  CHAS. MOORE, C.C.  ENGINEER   .ARCHITECT  SURVEYOR  HRegisterod]  CRESTON,  B.C.  PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS' ACT  Creston Electoral District  Notloo Is horeby -riven that I shall, on Monday, tho 18th day ot May, 1026, at the hour of 10  o'clock in tho forenoon, at the Courthouse.  Nelson, hold a sitting* of tho Court of Revision  for tho purpono of rovlBlnflr the list of voters for  the Raid electoral district, and of lioarinpr and  determining any and all ohjoofcionB to tho ro-  tontlon of any name on the said Hat. or to tho  roffiBtratlon us a votor of any applicant for  roffiBtratlon; and for tha purposes sot forth in  tho "Provincial Elections Act/'  Dated at Nelson, B.C., this Gth day of April,  102&'  _ ,T. OARTMIMj.  RoerlHtrar at Voter*", Creston IClootoral  District.  LS&M antl Heaver  ^^^B|^OT^B^^JCT__i_r^___i_____S__i JBE__a _^i^���������^^TW^B^W  _Jf ^M__L mW  4_BaT__M_k    '"* _____T_H _MJ_ mWhrnrnWAmW/mm\  St���������USS-  iW. mWmW      m Off ^aHgflg^  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  [connection  Notice of Application for Beer  x     .��������� License  Notice ia hereby Riven that -on or after the.  26th day of May nevt the underakjnod intends  to apply: to the _iq.uor Control Board for a  license in respect of premises boing: part of the--,  building: to be known as the Rusacll Hotel, "  situated at Kitchener, B.C., upon the lands  described as bot Ten ln Block' Ktgh., Townaite  of Kitchener, Group Ono. Kootenay District*.  Nelson Land Registration Distract, in the Province of British Columbia, for tlio sale of Jbeer br  tho glass or by tho ope** bottle fov consumption  the promtBOS.  on  hep:  vted  Dated this 21th day of April, 192S.  jo:  y of April, 192S.  iB Ij AVAJLLiEY, Applicant.  GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT  Notice of Application for  Beer License  ^^^H j^S^gSJJ j^ij������8jLjQ& jgfflgffij^ ^H|jjsa jjjgftw^ ^^ ^S iyj  *BH*''''B!i Hb       mSS vSwrn^M JE3 BS      QSLmSi cSBL^Sv ^mmmm^f Bm Bf mm9  Shoe and HarneMM Repairing  Notice is hereby given that on the  11th day of April next tho undersigned  intends to apply to the Liquor Control  Board for a licenMs In respect of premises being pnrt of the building known  as the Dew Drop Inn situate nt South  Slocun, British Columbia, upon the  lands described its Lot 2088, Kaslo  Assessment District, tit the intersection of Smoky Creek and the Kootenay River Hand, for the s-ilo of beer by  the glass or by the open bottle for  consumption on tha pram teen.  Dated this 12th tiny March, 1025.  ANDREW WIIiLalAMaON.  Applicant.  GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT  Notice of Application for  Beer License  Notice is horeby given that, on the  23rd day of April next, tho undersigned ftitctidcra- to upply to tho Liquor  Control Board for ������ llcenso In respect  of premises being pnrt of tbe building  known us Creston Hotel, nit unto at  Creston; British Colunibln, upon   the  Ittftrlaa   <ltia������.������>tla������������a-l   ita   T_,arat.i*   J**OS.  1, 2   8, i.  5 and 6, Block 20, liob B25, Group 1,  K.D., Mnp 003, Nelson Land Iteglsira  tion District, in the Province of Britisii  Columbia, for tho sale of beer by the  glass or by tho opim bottle for con-  uumptton on tho premises.  Dittcd thin 10th dny of March, 1025.  VICTOR OARR, Applicant.  * Ul  '/j  vi  *1  \ _H_1  BWBa_B  ssss  IIWllWaT<ltTiatt������������MriaWtilll  ���������MWaa-  mm  ;y,:..,:...,..y,y,..,.s:f:iy;,ra:,:������v mmm  Due to circumstances over which we  have no  control  we   have   disposed of  out- stoa\  and are  CLOSING THE STORE ON SATURDAY  Nightm APRIL 25th.  In a little over- seven years in business we have been  . favored with a. generous share of the local trade  and we would like to take this final opportunity of  expressing a full  appreciation  of the patronage  extended us."  MAWSON BROTHERS  CKESTON  Victory Bond Uoupons  Do not-let your Victory Bond Coupons remain  idle a day after they are due. Take them to  any branchof this Bank to be cashed on the  exact day they become payable. Yon can  deposit your coupons in a Savings Account,... *  and your interest will then earn more in- -  terest compounded twice yearly.  434  C W. AIJLAN,  CREi  OF CAS^AHA.  STON BRANCH  .Manager.  4 0MOI1PF v  i Awn irr liiEiMiiiiiciy'TC  PRE-EMPTIONS      ,   _-  Vacant.       unreserved,       surveyed  Crown lands may be pre-empted by  British subjects over 18 years*, of age,  and by aliens on. declaring Intention  to    uoCOsua   Sri tush   aUhjeotA,    CO&ui-  tlonal upon residence, occupation,  and* Improvement for agricultural  purposes.  .Full Information concerning- re_n-  -atlons regarding- pre-emptions Is  given Ia Bulletin NO. 1, Xand Series,  "How to Pre-empt "Utnd," copies of  which can be, obtained *re& of charge  **>-���������   ^r*^m^.m,mintm    *_h.a     3Dsr'?trfc?ss_nt   .of  VJr        %...... ^w  Laands, Victoria, B.C.. or to any Qov-  ernme&t Agfint.  Records will be granted covering  only land suitable for agricultural  purposes, and which Is not Umber-  land, i.e., carrying over 5,000 board  feet per acre west of the Coast Range .  and 8,000 feet per acre east of that  Range..'     " : '-:"���������'������������������  Applications for pre-emptions are  to be addressed to the "Land Commissioner of the J_and Recording "Division, In which the land applied for  is situated, and are made on "printed  forms, copies of which, can be obtained . from tbe "Land Commissioner.  Pre-emptions must be occupied for  five years and improvements made  to value of 110 per acre, including  clearing and cultivating at. least five  acres, before a Crown Grant can be  received.  For more detailed!-information see  the Bulletin "How to Pre-empt  X_and." ���������  ���������       PURCHASE a  Applications are received for purchase of vacant and unreserved  Crown lands, not being tlmberland,  for agricultural purposes; minimum  prloo Of first-class <arablo) land Is $6  por acre, and second-class (grazing)  land $2.60 per acre. -F-urthcr Information regarding purchase or lease  of Crown lands Is. given lu Bulletin  No. io, Xjond Series, "Purchase and  Lease of Crown "���������JLiandB."' :������������������-:���������-.  Mill, factory, or Industrial sites on  tlrbbcr land, not. csoocdlng 40 acroa,  may be purchased, or leased, the conditions Including . payment ot  stumpagc  HOMESITE   LEASES  i Unsurveyod arena, not exceeding 20  acrea, may ba loumed urn homnuitnu,  ; conditional upon a dwelling being  .erooted In tho first year, title being:  obtainable after residence and Improvement conditions aro fulfilled,  and i land has been surveyed.  LEA.8E8        -  For graslng and   Industrial    purposes areas not exceeding 640 acre*  ratty bo  leased  by on������ person  or -*  QRAZI Maunder tho Qraslng Act tho Prov  lnca Is divided into crm-ctng districts  and tbe range administered under ���������>  QrsKlng Coram,lB8loncr. Annual  Rrnrlng permltn are Issued baaed oti  numbera ranged, priority being giver  to established owners. Stock-owner*  may form assoclmtlons for rang*  management.    Free, or partlfilty tr**>  r%4H^Cf������%.%f m     *���������������������***.     m���������*<*������*, n***.**, * *        *#������w ,.,.,* 4*.,..  ,,  . ".���������.*..# ���������������* <mm,+.  t_.        ^m rivrnmim^+U'ttmi *W4 Mifc- ft. m*aw* mm,  Dampers   and   travellers,   up   to   ten  htiud.  Local and Personal  FOK.SA.raBJ���������Tts-oi" irnllan steel _r������>������s.  Mawson Bros. **  For Rhkt���������vTwo room cottage, nicely located.    Apply F. H. Jackson.  Miss ������jyd������ Johnson was a weekend  Visitor with friends in Cranbrook,  For    Sa_._���������WbU-J*    Paksn    l-aying  ducks.    R. Stewart. Alice Siding. - .  For. Saue���������Refrigerator,   large size,  fn first clHS^'ahaHpt*.'    Mawson Bros.  Wanted-A few  pay $1 each.    A. H  WA'NTBD���������-A    ton     of    strawberry  ��������� __a ��������� m. r���������������������������    mar. ia     tnrr-s ��������� ,., i     *>.. ..1  [U(iia_*������iaji{a-.  iut-������. _l.   *r ictiiiuiut, uau^tiii.  FOR SALE���������Airedale db.gj  hunting strain. J. B. Holder  son.  broody hens,   will  1*igott, Wynndel.  puppies  .   Erick-  Tfjrkb _s For Sam���������Purebred  White Holland turkeys, laying. En-  n-������ii������a Mrs.  Ci.  O.   Rodgers. i Trustor,.  The Women's Institute are -having  their annual bulb show and tea at the  Parish Hall on  Saturday afternoon. ������  For. Sale;���������Good work horse. Also  tuilch cow due to freshen in a few  days, $50.    Apply G. Blair, Creston.  Wednesday," April 29tb, is Creston's  first real clean up day^Let's make a  good job of tbe backyards particularly.  Fob. \ SA_S-r6-bpIe 4 Gurney.Oxford  steel range. Also ono buggy. J. A.  Woolvertonr. Watkins dealer, Creston.  , The Presbyterian Ladies* Aid will  have their May meeting at the home  of Mrs. Bentley at 3 p.m., Friday, letr  JVflr. Walton of Silverton is a visitor  with Creston friends, this week, a  guest of his sister, Mrs. W. S. McAlpine.  Cows For, Sale���������Mjlc-h cows, one,  just freshened, and two others that  wall freshen shortly. John Sherwood,  Creston.  Charles Moore left on Wednesday  for Crawford Bay, ������?here be will be  engaged on survey work for the next  en days.  &.'Murrell ,of "Winnipeg, Man.,  arrived a few days ago on a visit witb  his br.at her, Chhrles, of the Farmers*  Supply Depot. .  Members of the Rod and Gun Club  a re rejmi nded of the April meeting on  Thurt-day, 30th, at the office of President Mallandaine.  Raspberry Cajses - For Hale large  quantity of Cuthbert RsispbeVry canes.  immediate delivery. Apply Arrow-  smith Ranch.'Creston.  For Sas������E���������Badminton set including  four racquets net and shuttlecock.  never been, used, going cheap. Apply  Mrs. Varley. Vicarage.  Mr; and Mrs.7Urtickhead,  sr., arrived  on -, Thursday    last"  fi-om    Southern  Alberta;' and are to make a few weeks'  visit wit b their . eon,   J tmiuy,   at   the  ferry.  *  ; For SAlaKr^^'oma'to, Cabbage, Cauli  flower ttBid Celery pi  nts,   a big selection of garden fl<������wer pla n ts.    All gocd,  strong plants.    Place your orders now.  Jas   Cook,Creston. ..'���������.-  Machi ne made sox for men, pure  woollen knit,���������'.'.-'-:-75ci. per pair. Also  children*s:&tfJckings..to lit from 10 to .14  y^ars of age,* $1.50 per pair. Mrs. G.  W.. Harrison, Eriekson  Creston Valley Methodists announce  their annual meeting for Friday, May  1st, at Cany on "City.'" Reports f rom all  departments of the church work are  expected to be fche best -ever. "*���������  "* ��������� r  Matt. York,-- w ho recently acquired  the Edmondson blacksmith . business  on the hill, is having a doivnimvii shop  erected bo a  lot on   Barton Avenue to  the rear of the Grand theatre.  Manager Vance of Creston Co Oper-  a ti ve Fruit Exchange, was here for a  few d������y������ at thte erid of lhe week, after  ji tour of Eootenasy centi-pb -and  attending'a session Of Associated nan-  agers at Vernon earlier in tbe month.  TIMOTHY   -   BLUE JOINT   -   ALPA3_FA  URITY Chick Food and Milk Mash  or Baby Citiaks  Laying Mash,      Oyster Shell.   . Charcoal  SPECIAL: 80 lbs. Rolled Oats :..  $3.83  PURITY and ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR. Stasdard Fertilizer $3.00  mind -yout <___A *������t~e hawe a. de^frtsxusot  esjsecially or&ntttord to handfi."-  trmmssmedovA,  Call  at outr  Manager wiH Be plemsed to -a_kde-Sak-  __������s f-msSness fbr vcro* e&t  ifclE,   ������w;AiNiiyLJLAJN   J3AJNK,  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid  j&tiSm sl GO  ltd  MEAT MERCHANTS  For Sa_k���������Strong,, heavv democrat,  $75. Pigs, $6 each. Geo. Davie, Canyon.  .. For Sams���������Thorobred Jersey heifer  calf, six weeks old. Apply Dr, Henderson. *������������������'.'  t  ��������� - .|TRY OUR  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An ecnnomiral dish, easy to serve.  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON ana%LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  Government graded, highest quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  a.   -**      all varieties.  Choicest BEEP, PORK, MUTTON. VEAL, LAMB  BURNS'IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  increases egg production and produces better poultry.    Buy the best.  B  Pias For  each. John  Creston.  Sai_.���������Six. weeks old, #7  R. Miller (Alice Siding*,  I-*  Duoh: Eggs-���������-For hatchi n  netting of   11   eggs.    Mrs.  Creston.  $1   per  Young,  Potatoes For Sai,b���������Gold Coin, for  eating, 12.60 pei 100 lbs. F. K. Smith,  Creston. "  For Sal"B���������McLnughlin" Four and  Ford cars, going clieup. Gny Browell,  Canyon.'  For Sams���������Oil stove with oven, also  an Oak coal heater. Mrs. Wether  head. Canyon-.    ���������_  Mrs, A. E. Davies is on a visit with  oldtimo friendo at Fernie,   leaving   on  Thursday biBta -.  7  Pigb , For 8AZ.TO���������Well bred, and  seven weeks old. $fl each. Mrs. J, B.  Rudd, Wynndsl.  Mra. Murrell, sr., 1s a visitor with  Nolson friends a few days this week,  leaving on Monday.  SB-miT Potatoko���������Gold Coin need  potatoes for .auto. BoEfey Bros, (G.  Hobden ranch), Creston.  Bocae For HA-rcnxNo ���������- Purebrod  Barred Rocks, 81 for sotting of 35 eggs.  Mrs. Vaness, Alice Siding.  Pigs For Sat,!"-���������Orders wanted for  young piiuH. ready May 8th. Mrs.  vanoea, (Alice Siding) Creaton.  For Sajvb���������Flno young cow. *^76* 1-  horae plow, now; throe goose and  gander.   Goo. Ditvio, Canyon.  IIatohino RaoH���������White 1>gbom,  Sally strain, $1.50 por setting of 15  eggs.   Cieo. W. Taylor, Wynndel.  *>i',*'"nf'**������-*t-- "Ti-tw-rie   1-M-jror"**"   given   cfc'  Erlckaon,    junior    and   intermediate  * pupils solicited,   Mrs. G," W, Hurrteon.  A wonderfully interesting and  Practical Course of Twenty  Lessons by mail on Cookery  Arts  and  Kitchen Management,  by Anna  Lee Scott  To every user of MAPLE LEAF. FLOUR  for Bread, Cakes or Pastry, Coupons will be  found in every bag of Maple Leaf Flour:  49-lb. bag, 2 coupotas; 08-!b. bag, 4 coupons.  HOW TO JOIN THE MAPLE LEAF  CLUB: Send tho first four coupons to tho  Maple Leaf Milling Milling Co., Winnipeg,  Man., and you will be enrolled, and receive  the first four lessons of the series. Other  lessons will follow in duo course.  We are Selling  Maple  Leaf Flour  98-lb., $5.25  4'9-ltx,     2.65  'Rolled Oats  8-lb.., 60c.  Crushed Oats, 100  lbs., $2.65  Bran, lpO lbs., $1.60  1  Shorts, 100 lbs., $1.70  L  C__ni afL7 C_^     li  awiwa  H  ana HI  ���������  THE " BEVIEtV,; CftESTOX.    B.    C.  coffee  A si  nM':  "Ul.!-!.  HCIU  19  JP_   UIVCll  m   ��������� j.aii*-  Captain Smith of World Fliers Pre-^  --.- -Sented With $30,000 Machine  ���������Captain Lowell II. Smith, commander of the American round-the-world  flight, has been given, an airship to add  to the various gifts and mementos he  has received*. Inee he and his: felldw  afiators 'girdled';the globe.  |L..,C Brand, GHmdale capita lisl, the  donor of the -.plane, conveyed possession to Captain��������� Smith in a bill ol' sale.  The plane is-a three-passenger LePere,  rebuilt by Donald Douglass, "builder of  j the-round-the-worUl  cruisers,   and   is  [ valued at ?fiO',000.  Let  XJs TKink Nationally  Can the people ot" Canada be 'aught Lo think nationally, and act as a  national unit, instead of regarding themselves as citizens of'. nine separate  and disiinct Provinces concerns! ckiefiy ivir.li the solution oi their own prob-  i=i*..^_ ._-.__ ..^*irr_T_*>' .Hr^*!- f-5"-.v_i ���������toiif-i;---. jvi.il Tilers or loss inclifffc*reifL ^o 'l*.*-* i'-Hi-a-i--!^  on the rest of the Dominion? 7  The people ot! Great Uritai*" h-ivo long thought in terms of the Empire,  even .oi' the world, rather Lima o," : heir, own tight little isle, and iu Lhe several  Stales of tlie United States, ile-r-.-Itr: their insistence that State rights be re'-.  speeted. the people" think iuul ...*���������.*; as citizens o1! the t.r-ion rather than ol! the  indiviclua-1 States. Perhaps beotiu.o w? are yet very young as a confederation;  and also because as a people we arc .o few in number scattered over a nariqw  s.i.rip Ihounsnds of mile.-- long across a contlrsen., Canadians have not so generally adopted ihe attitude of Ihinking and acting nationally.  What, for example, does lhe average resident on thf-se "Western prairies  know or care about tbe vital problem j-; confronting the people of the Mnri-  i\me Provinces'? Would the AVest bo willing to forego the adoption o!" a policy  which would mean a large measure of development and prosperity for it, il' al  the same time it meant adversity and loss to the Maritime Provinces? And  would not the manufaeitirers and workmen of Ontario and Quebec 'hail with  joy ihe adoption of any policy which meant millions to them even though it  might spell disaster for these "Western Provinces?  Canadian farmers are generally supposed  to favor lower Customs'tariffs  Ear! of Oxford and Asquith  Herbert Asquith Has Decided On His  New -"fiUe  Herbert Asquith, rocently raised to  the peerage, has decided to assume the  tille= of Earl of Oxford aud Asquith.  Letters patent under the Great Seal  will be issued short ty, conferring on*-  the Liberal leader that title, which is  a compound, or dual one, not rare in  nomenclature of British nobility.  The title is-an entirely -new one and  in is������ way an'extension ������.>[' the old title.  Earl of Oxford. He will use bolli  litles-in his signature.  ^^T^TA^ATAVATAVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVA-AVA~A-yATAV_g  sr    -*"   "~     ������������������������������������-.-   ~~*   , ��������������������������� ���������"    ~~ ~-rg  "_ - s  Neuralgia Conquered  Its Pain Destroyed  i  i  i  i  i  i  I  I  t*?  !  I  Smoking To&acco  Buy it bu ihe*Aiftiykt Tin  *���������>  As it is PACKED IN AIRTIGHT TINS this  excellent plug tobacco always REACHES YOU  in theisame PERFECT CONDITION as when  it - left our factory;   full of  strength-and  flavour.  7*ava> _*^>������  plug  M^UFACTURED Vt llaiPERIAL TOBAtCO.COMfANV nt CANADA IIMITEB.  -?&**7jy_.*f*g^^  Expcc  c������.S  France  ���������.  t. ���������  TV  IV  "������ "J*  Magical  Results    Come  Apply  When     You  N'E-RVILI NE  aa.   ritkb   ^aCLtlCrvty  Mr, AA". T. Gvoenway, form erly connected with the Guide newspaper .staff,  has written: "For twenty years we  have used Nerviline in our home, and  not for the world would we be without  it. As a remedy for-a 11 pain, earache,  toothache, *. cramps - and     disordered  and to regard the policy of! protection as inimicable to the best interests of the  Dominion as a whole.      Nevertheless, a few days ago a representative conven-1 stomach, I know of no preparation so  lion ol." Quebec farmers demanded the placing; of duties on cei  order  to  protect themselves regardless  of  the  effect  on  th  Canadian consumers.      At the same time they declared in favor of an exportjyqu will get prompt results���������:_5c at all  riain products in! us*���������  a*d anlck'to-relievo as Nervi-  .   .    , , line.        Remember      tins.      wherever  io. great  body  or I tlierc_  is   pain    rub  on   NerviiiUe    and  duty on pulpwood in order to force manufacture in Quebec and thus create a  larger home market for themselves, and flatly rejected an appeal made to  them that tlie adoption of such a policy would mean hardship <vnd." ruin for  countless farmers iu other Provinces~who were dependent oji the export market   lor their pulpwood. - ���������  in like manner the J_i-ili*.h Columbia fruit, growers demand taryf protection in order to keep United States fruits out of the Prairie -markers. l\5a-  g.-u-n fruit and vegetable growers taka. lhe same attitude, and seemingly do  not .-are one jot if, as a result of benefit to themselves, all Canadian bnyels  oi fruit, and earls* vegetables must suffer.  And the Western wlieat grower, would he modify his demand for free  agricultural implements if it was proven conclusively that such ;i policy would  mean  ruin for the Canadian implement industry?  These questions are asked wholly with lhe object of leading Canadians to  tbiuk for a moment on their own attitude to their common country. Acl-  mitledly all sections have made sacrifices in the. past iii order that the whole  . nii-.hr benefit, bur. has it. not been done almost tinder compulsion and most  unwillingly and grudgingly, aud through no really patriotic desire to advance  Canada and build up and develop a really strong and great country?  Canadians of all classes and in all parts of the Dominion were willing to  sacrifice for Canada in time ol war. Is it not possible to so imbue our people  with love for Canada thai they Avill voluntarily display the .same, spirit for  Cariathi ir. tim-.* of peac*-?  Cliques* ionahly ilur-- is gre'-ti m>ed for unify of thought and action, national unity, in this f'-ominion today. Never was the need moro manifest or quire  so pressing, but, unfortunately, instead of lhe lines ol cleavage and division  gi-aduatiy -ii.s;_ppi-_.nng, :li..y ;_i>- becoming wider ami more accentuated. Al  a. i"inn- wi.!"-!. tu-- oh.I racial ami religious fea-lings and bitterne.'--- is being dis-  pa-iled. ii.-ra- it- Canada \v<- .^<-erii to be replacing ii wiih geographical and ecou-  oinic aiii":".--. i-.-ic.-s which hr*- apt, unless quickly cheeked, to retard future do-  V'-iiai.iii.-n-   .i'i--.; n< r-i*i.-<-i]\-.-1,v as <lid thoxe ohl and  fooli. h quavrels.  Canada  i~ a  14-r coutnry in���������i-.-a-ry way.       Il  is  big in territory, big hi 1lu*  ah:! in" it... n.-ijural  rt-sources, big in its possibilit ies. yea, big in its inanliood  dealers.  Manitoba Government to Aid Farmers  Encouragement ol! co-operative,mar-  Iveting organizations, survey of.th'e natural resources of tha'1-province, and  scientific study oi: the wheat rust problem,-were forecast by Hie Lieut.-Gov-  ernor in his 'speech from the throne  at the opening of the Manitoba I.egis-  faturt- recently.  U.S. President Replies .to Statement  of French Ambassador  Responding to a statement by 'the  new French ambassador to the United  States, Kmile Daeschn'er, that the "material debts*' of nations as Avell as  their debts of gratitude-must-be paid.  President Coolidge declared that the  United States* already had discharged  the debt of gratitude she owed France-  as a result of French aid in the American revolution, Referring to the  United States participation in the  great, war, the president added that  thus had the debt of gratitude been  paid and '"both governments should  experience deep satisfaction in their  solicitude that material debts shall  also be discharged."  ���������v New Markets For B.C. Newsprint  Newsprint manufacturers in Vancouver have recently developed new  markets in Cuba, the AA'est Indies and  South America.  X% AA  ������SJU.  iS A MATTER OF-HEALTH  Freedom from Asthma.  Asthma is  Little . children quickly ' get out of  sorts but by prompt treatment vthey  can just as quickly be set right again.  Most of their troubles arise,in the  first place! from the stomach and bowels; that is why a good clearing out is  the first, thing the doctor prescribes.  Mothers, why not let Baby's Own Tablets keep your children well. Unlike  that ill-smelling, rank "tasting castor  oil so dreaded by most .'children! the  Tablets are pleasant to take and .their  action, though thorough, is gentle  and causes no discomfort to either the  baby or jthe growing child. Baby's  Own Tablets are a" never failing rem-  Miller's Worm "Powders will  the "stomach and-fntestines of - worms  so effectively and so easily and painlessly that the most delicate stomach  w-iil not feel any inconvenience from  their action. They recommend themselves to *oiothers as a preparation  that will restore strength and vigor to  their children and protect them from  the debilitating effects which result  from the dopr<-ri������.!ionH of worms.  one or the most distressing troubles, I edy for relieving constipation andiin-  sudden   m   its   attacks  and  prolonged ;digestion. thus-they'. break   tip   colds  _^     _..s,    .!.���������....... b.      _.^,..;���������r���������  ; anu . simpie   levers,   expel worms and  things are fried, but nothing* seems to t make the teething period painless,  give hope of relief. Dr. J. D. Kel-; Tllje Tablets are.sold by medicine deal-  logg's Asthma Remedy is the one help ; e,;s or by'mail at 25 cents"'a^bbx from  'which can be depended upon. lt you The Dr_ Williams' Medicine Co.,  have tried other remedies without sue- j Brockville, Ont.  cess, do not fail to get at once a pack- , -     f     , __i :   age of this uniformly, successful prep-j     Pooplo ^ste a lot ���������r tlmo"trving io  ptuge   aration. . .,   .      ,, .,       ,. ?, ,   .___ obtam   things   they   have   no   earthly  Egypt is nearly twice as large as  the slate of TV", a a, but only a small  pan of its ira-niense area is settled  and 'cultivated.  People  who   never  look   forward  to'UHe lov  Lhe   luturc   seldom"    manage     to     ge!  ahead.  Minard's Liniment for the Grippe  Sweet and palatable. Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator is acceptable to  children, and it does its work surely and promntlv.       " "y   .. ���������i   be  Too  ui any peopie  expect  the  bread  waters   to   come  Elimination Of Rust  Menace Very Important'  A   workingnum's   clubhouse  will  built   near   Yokohouia,   with   a   fund I tney   cast  upon   the  of 350,000 yen contributed by citizens ��������� back as .sandwiches.  of the city  at, the tlmo-of the enrt-h- ������������������ '.  quake.      The building will be "earth-       A man isn't really old unless lie isn  quake-proof." . i going  anywhere   after  supper.  mnional crmcepiion ii. is small.  in  sotiie  of  i hose  ihings  which  ire  I'sscntial   io  nrw! '.���������*t).|-,a.|.-,>..������:'. f"'H in it?  ���������*. i.-io*3 :trj<'i hrii:tt-lml:n<l������-<tne.-.-  r.:i rion;i:   g.-'-a* re-ys..  in.!;vi'lua'i!y:, t;-.- <������������������;- i-.t-Ti.-. !,: Cnnaila should slrive 1o cultivate |lie habit.  o1 r ]|j rr.-* i n i* na*ic-M;i l'!> . Once i hey establish that habit, cims'i'ticl ivo, [lOliclt-'S  ai"'E actj^ins ori ;ia"if>nai  line.-  will aiiiomiti Ically and quickly follow,  ^ffg-ggj^at.  HILDREN Cpc  Y FOR  Pr.   J.   H.   Grisdale   Places   Loss   Last  Year  A* $50,000,000  Dr. J. 11. Cliistlale,. deputy "minister  fts people lack ! oi agrlculluro. slates' that the most  important work being undertaken in  Canada is rust research. ' Last year  the farmers of lhe west, litu" losl !"50,-  000,000 from the rust mentice, and he-  said it. systi-nialli! research Into the  whole qiK'slion was now planned with  the hope- of ultimately discovering a  wheal, immune l.o nisi, and which at  lhe siiniu liine contains the desired  iniliiti 14 pi'iipiiri ion, in addition to being  able to b*' hiirvei-.tod efllcienl.ly.  Holds Europe's Smoking "-tecc-id  'riwil/.ciiund  holds the .smol'lng rec-������  ord for Europe, ne'cording In sintlsllcs]  just issued, consuming .10,000  tons oil  lob'teco  annually," or 1lvo  pounds  per  en pi ia.      Fimii.'*' comes second with  ')  [Miiuids per capita.  'MOTHER :~  Fletcher's  C.asir������r5.-i   is,   e s pec i.**i!1y   pre-  ,-irit'i^  a'trul   ("liil'lren   :t,11  rt^cs  of  ("ran .tipation,   Flntti!cnry,  Wiiul   Colic  and   Diarrhea ; rtIlayir.tf   Fcvcriilinp-; .   ,-iri.-.ijtjij   lltcre-  froni,   and,   hy   rcjjful.'iliiij^   liV   Si/miat li   and   T.!t������v/(-t:>,   aid.-'   llw*  a.-asiinnatic/ii of Food; g'iv'Fn��������� "icaltliy and naliirril ,,k*ep.  ^0m**/S jum^mmm. n>i|WN.i*-n������-fml  To .-jvvait-l iniit._t.tin.. ,'tlwavs lool: for thr 'iu;n:.ttir������- ->f   ^r// *//'&������:** \<  A 'Follower ^  li was reni'ii tteil 1 lntL.lu* had been  away, "Ye,-.,"* lit; .said, Willi u note ol  Keiule   reHlKiuitlon   lu   his  voice,   "my  Wile   Kltlla   1'lie   UU   llel'   hnifuymoOll."  ! Tliei������- ni.'i- bar oi tier I'liiii iviiuivit.-;.  bat you will iini be --oinj'tlel.cly salis-  lh*������l   ttnlll   you   1iiiv<<   used   llolloway's  Horn Heniover.  A  man   who  un������iit  to be iiu-an  in-i  er v\ani-  ae  o|tpi������n unity.  For E.vtry  lit ��������� MInard'a  Liniment  Proved safe 1ry millions and prescribed by physicians for  Colds  Headache  Pain Neuralgia  Toothache     Lumbago  Y$^enalfUL)L  Neuritis  Rheumatism  .Alfiohiffly   I larutl'-s-. - No  ll'Uy;iii:ijiij'i  r.veiywlir.rc'   rccoiunicud  it. I  VV.     ,\.     V.     15G������  Accept   only   * 'Bayer"   package  which contains proven directions.  Huiidy   "I'taver"   Imxt-R   or   12   tulili-tn.  AIho iiottlen'or 21 tinil  10II-���������DntggiBts.  Asplrlt.  In tin- irjul,*- murk   (re������Kict*<>.l   In  Cmitiila't   ',r liayt't'   Muiiiii"n<*iura-  tar  MoittanccllC"  ��������� rlilaa-itaT   ef   Snllfyll'-iii'M    I *\<-i-lvl   Sullcvll.   Ai-lil.   "A,   ������.   A." a.      Wlilla'   II    ts   Wfll   IniOWtl  i-..ai j...x-i.. 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Presents Grain Report  Liamera And ������<_adio Are Ot  Cjreat   Assistance   To   W^ork  Of d_viaking Surveys In Canada  ���������  o ��������� a^   i  The radio, the,camera end lite aero-  friane have revolutionized surveying in  Canada, according lo Fred.V, Seibert,  o������ the Natural Resources Intelligence  ������*   m-  Service of the Department of the Interior, before the Camera Club of Chicago recently-      For a number of years j  the camera has been used extensively !  on Dominion land surveys in mapping |  out tin? rugged and-in some oases in-'.  accessible,   portions.   o������    the    Rocky-  . Mountains,", securing a mass of detail!  correct in every respect that could* be '  Secured in ho'Other wayy     Since tlie j  war   the   aeroplane   has   been   instru-|  mental ;ih extending the camera's use j  for mapping "purposes into the unexplored regions ot* the north-      Within  the las.  two years many lalces upon  whose  shores  the' foot  iritwhite.fuan  has never trod have been  accurately,  mapped front '.the. air with the aid of  ..the camera. ���������.:...-��������� ���������..   :   .7,       :y  Tlie radio is being used "extensively  at the outp\>s,ts of civilizatiqn and in  the  unexplos'ed  regionsyas   far  north  as the Arctic in securing time signals''  for the purpose of determining longl-i.!  tude.   . .Longitude, determinations  un  der tlie old system were very .'-"'difficult  and lacking in accuracy'in regions not  served*, by the wire telegraph system.  -   They are now a simple operation, due  entirely    to    the    development o\' the:  radio. '���������'-.'' I  The    Dominion     land surveyor has'.Churning  1  been a pioneer in putting the radio to j  practical use.      Years ago, before the j     Dairy-  city, resident was receiving his  even- 'the^ fact  ing concerts and stock report s from the ; ized cream causes" loss of butterJ'ilt and  l_Al���������IU  a- *i,a  ��������� lt*tvtint .4.,  ^.A AUaaauaau  Suggestion   Made   That   Agriculturists  Throughout        Dominion       Should  Merge   Into  One Solid   Body  Al     the    concluding * session ol  lhe  r niled Farmers' of Quebec convent ion  at Montreal, J   .1. Morrison, soc-rolary  ot  ._i������** United Farmers of Ontario, sug-  \ gosted   it   is   bigh   time   agriculturist.*-.  Attention Is JL^irectea.  rTT_  JL <J>  Xke Appalling Waste In  .Tlie IVlanuf actu>e-Or Lixmter  Ihroughout the Dominion take advant- .  5 age of their provincial organizations to  merge into one solid 4body representative of Canada  from coast  to coast.  Farmer,-., lie said. were habitual back  benchers, but there was no reason wliy  (hey should be. The. alone held the  v.t*altli oJ" their industry, \ot thev employ ed middlemen tor marketing purposes. :Co-op"erative selling should \  be instituted, and the lack of that .  phasjj of organization had harmed the  Jn.duis.lry as a whole.  J. .\V. Waid, of Winnipeg, secretary*  of! the Canadian council of agriculture,  -also emphasized the necessity for  pushing'co-operative effort to the limit, .He* announced that, at the next  j meeting ol -44k* council, to be held, in  Toronto on March 2, the matter would  be! u.ebated by delegates from Ontario,  Quebec,--Manjttoba,  Saskatchewan and-.  Withdraws From  ' Opium Conference  tir'' i_>      _     ."..-..-.g. ������������������     .-a*.,,.-..  Vv . j>. A.   ji ujisc-luji, v^IaKjJ-  _ "j man of the Royal Commission, which  has presented its report on the grain  trade.  #  Corn   In   Saskatchewan.  Says  Neutralizing  Cream  That* Corn   Acreage  in   Province  Will Soon Be Doubled  Predicting the corn acreage in  katchewan would soon be doubled, P.  \ P.  Hoffman, ^.resident of the  Saskat-  _,       _ 1-      ; ehewan "Corn Growers' Association, at  ror   Buttermaking'tht?   Saskatchewan   Dairy   Association  convention at Prince Albert, urged all  \ At the recent meeting of the Cana-  , diaii Society ot Forest Engineers a  I matter or supreme importance to Can-  ; adian industry was diseushed, that of  {waste in lumber manufacture. Mr.  j \V. Kynoch. superintendent of the for-  I est 'products laboratories of the de-  I partment of the interior, brought up  ; tlie subject, and made the statement  i that the was*to involved iu the use and  . -  manufacture of forest products is tre*  mendous. Waste in production of  lumber, in cutting or making various  wood goods, astd waste through decay-  were some ot the chief items of wood  waste emphasized.  Tn a report by K. p. Craig, on the  lorests of British Columbia, the writer  deals with the waste of forest products  as i'&liows:  'The  waste  in  the  manufacture  of  lumber in this province is appalling to  , oiie accustom ed. to more conservative/  STEPHEN   G.  PORTER  who    has    withdrawn,  together with  other members of the American dele-  Sas- j"gaUon,   from  the  ih  conference.  relational   opium j most conspicuous thing, about a  ish Columbia sawmill.      The fire 1  Pasteurized    Cream   Causes  Loss of Butterfat  scientists have demonstrated  that the churning of pasteur-  air,   surveyors   were     receiving     time  signals on the shores of the Mackem-  'zie  River  and  the Arctic  coast from  high-powered stations to  the south.  .   Occasionally he took time to deciph-  gives a " poor qual i ty o f butter' mil ess  t]ie cream has been neutralized iu the  process of curing. "When butter is  made from unpasteurized cream, neu-  tralization   is   unnecessary.       Mr.  \V.  er the news dispatches, getting news ; F. Jones, chief of the division of dairy  of the last prize fight, ball games or i manufactures; dairy and" cold storage  what  someone  had   to  say  about tli. , "���������������"-", -.--^.im..,,.,, ��������������� ������.&  branclvdepartmont of agriculture,' Ot-  League ot" Nations before the man on.; tawa, has prepared a pamphlet on this  lhe street in civilization even read it j subject, designated pamphlet No. 52,  in the newspaper or saw it ou the bul- \ New Series.  letin boards. ��������� I     The process of 'neutralizalion is not  Last summer, Mr. -Blanchetf D.L.S., ;one that e*"*- be carelessly -ea*rie-d otit,  of the Canadian -topo^apltieai j_ur-j������s it requires ������an intelligent ohserv-  veys, when woi'kirffe on Great Slitve ;ance ol* "i������ details of" testing cream  Lake, '..and- finding it impossible to j'or aeidiiy. preparation of neutralizing  land, erected an aerial bet-ween two [solution and its application, .determin-  paddles hefd up at the ends of His six- ja'tloiKOf the required amount, ami tho  teen-foot canoe. From this Jie re- ]"temperature of the cream when add-  ceived-.the   midday   time   signal- I -'ram jjnS Ul������ neutralizer.  Annapolis,  Maryland, and  so  chr-cked !     F.PUI* neutralizing agents are recog-  the error of* his chronometer. '   inized   and   then- preparation  and   ap-  daitT farmers to grow corn. The acreage of 80,000 last year was the largest  planted in the history of the province.  Mr. Hoffman said there was a scarcity Qf northern grown seed this vear.  Maple Creek could not begin to fill the  deuland for 1925. He ^stated that  without corn fodder he would have  had to move out oil the Maple CreeK  district. He had produced more dry-  fodder from ten acres of corn than  from 100 acres of oals.  , j plication described.      These are quiclv  'lime, hydrated lime, sodium bicarbon-  1 ate  soda), and a  commercial  'Although the time ol! transmission  of electiie signals on telegraph lines  is of the order ot! 10,000 miles per .-ec  ond, the speed of wireless signals is  very materially greater, so that for  ordinary distances the time is a negligible quantity, 186,000 miles per second.  Stations    rrom    which signals have  ���������been received on exploratory surveys I  in the north are  Annapolis. Hal boa Vegetable Cultivation in the West  (Panama). San _������iego, San Francisco, j      '     "   lioiiolulu, Coiite  (Philippine Islands),  while the head office at: Ottawa record-  <.hakiD_  *S-  ' product known as wyandotte.  ! This pamphlet, which is available.at  ! at publications tfraneh, depart.m������-nt ol  i agriculture, Ottawa," will be found par-  Ttieularly useful io creamei*y butter-  | makers. ..-      ���������  Ships Devoted To Emigrants  German Line Provides First-class  Comforts   for   Third-class   Price  A line of one-class passenger ships  devoted exclusively to the transportation of emigrants has been inaugurated between .r-airopGaji 'and - Soutn  American ports by a. German steamship company. The first ship of'-the  line to-arrive at Buenos Aires brought  3,000 C'ernii-.n and other Europeans to  Uracil and  J,(300 to Argentina.  The ship provides first-class comforts and conveniences for the third-  class price. She has 250 cabins, accommodating two, four and six persons each, with saloon, smoking room,  library, reading room, two large dining rooms, barber-'"SfKop and baths.  I She is a motor-propelled ship with  ; a speed of 15 knots.  Canadian Empire Builder Gone  Forty     Years    Actively     Engaged     l"  Coior-izaiicn Work  Few men in Canada have.been more  actively assoqjated with immigration  and colonization in the Dominion in  the past 40 "sears than���������-W. D. Scott,  formerly federal assistant, deputy minister of immigration and colonization,  who died in Ottawa on January 27. He  was iu his 6-tth year.  ' Mr. Scott, who was born in Dundas,  Ontario, joined the Canadian Pacific  Railway as a "IsTlid agent in Winnipeg  in .1881, and sold the first section, ot  C.P.R.   land   in   that   year,   when   the  iiietuods. . Huge slabs of" absolutely  clear wood. 3 to 6 inches thick- are  sent to the fuel pile, and ends of  boards and timbers which could well  be used for some, purpose are sent to  the refuse burner.      The burner is lhe  Brit-  never  goes out, and it furnishes a pillar of  fire by night and a cloud of smoke by  day. Heavy saws are necessary to  "break down" the large logs, but it is  not unusual to sj.ee one-inch lunrber  being ctft with a saw that takes out a  % inch to % inch kerf (cut). It is  estimated that at least 25 pe** cent, of  the tree is left in the woods, and another 30 to 36j?er cent."is wasted in  the mill.":'. .      --       ykx <:j:.   ���������  Calling attention to wood waste in  manufacture, where the consumption  of wood is'under control is of first importance. Losses by forest fires, by  insect and fungus destruction, "by  wind-throwing, and other causes are  already heavy, and more or less beyond control, hut when the lumbermen  and'millmen undertake to convert the  i railway ran only as far as Portage la  I Prairie. Later he was engaged' in  colonization work with the Canadian Urge into lumber it should be done witli  Federal Government department of Interior and the Manitoba Government.  From 1S99 to 1&03 he was Canadian  exhibition commissioner in - Paris,  Glasgow, London,* Wolverhampton and  Cork. On his return to Canada in  1903 he wa** appointed-federal superintendent of immigration. In 1910 he  was made assistant otk-puty minister.  Too   Much  Sectionalism  The    East-   Trying   to    Enforce   Their  fd-sas on the West  The press of Montreal deplores sectionalism in Canada, and we have been  trying  to   explain  to them  that it  is  j He retired on June-30. 1924, owing to j their-own  sectionalism ..they are  try:  Information Regarding Cultivation Of  Thirty Different Varieties  ed daily Bordeaux. (Fiance), Anna-j Mr, W, C. McKilltcan, superinteud-  polis, San Diego and San Francisco. * ent of the Brandon, Man., experimental  By intercomparlson of the same sis- I farm, who recently .gave us through  mils in the north and at. Ottawa, with . the department of agriculture at.Ot-  thetr respective clock correction:**, the. jtawa, a bulletin on "KxportmenlR with  longitude of jkhe different points in 1 lie ; Wheat," covering'' a period of over  norlh are obtained, which, it (may hr. j thirty years, has now, in conjunction  stated,  are   materially   different   from;with Mi*. J. H?'Cooper, head gardener  those shown  observation.  on   the maps  before tlio  at  Brandon,  produced a bulletin,  No  713,   on  "The   Prairie   Farmer's  "Vege-  j table   Garden."       This   publication  I equally as comprehensive as tlio other  poor health  .During the 43 years he was connected with immigration work over 5,100,-  000 new settlers came 10 Canada rrom  various countries.  Citrus  Fruits   and  Milk  Butter Exports  tu-hoolmisriv'ss, 'tlian u. man without  country?" ~  "A country without a man," sm.swer  ed tho pr**tty���������i;ii-l.  Saddest Of All  Sadness  What could he more sad." said the ! and  contains a vast deal of informn-;  ���������iJ.Eon regarding tho cultivation ol! some'  thirty   different   vegetables,   including  all the commoner kinds    that    supply  every man and woman's table.   The's-j  1 are   divided   into   five   cIhsr'*-.,   vegetables grown from root or luhrh*, such  as potatoes, beet!-', carrots, and so on,  vegetables  grown' for  the  si cam,  as-  'paragus,     rluibtvib,    etc.,     vegetabJeH  . grown   for  leal"  or   1>!o:jmoi.i,   eahbage,  1 i-anlillower, etc.. vegetables grown  for  1 seed or pod. pea, bean, etc., antl vege-  United Kingdom Is Canada's R&jst  Customer According to Figures  In'fltc calendar year 15)2-1 Canada exported 22,343.939 pounds of *" butter,  worth $8:000,512, as com pared with  13.1.73,711 pounds, worth $'1,905,608 In  1923 au increase of 9.170.22S pounds ih  volume and $3,<}9-t,90'l in value. Tho  heaviest, purchaser ol! Canadian butler  was the United lvlngdom, which took  C49.S44 pounds, valued at $234,332, followed hy tho United States, which imported 482.613 pounds, worth f211.71.1-  lH-Tlie third heaviefrt purchaser was Germany, which look 459,618 pounds, valued at ** 166,075.  Lemon or Orange Juice Renders Milk  More Digestible |  There is a popular misconception in  ing  to  enforce  on  the  dominion,  although they call it a national policy,-  When they say that the west should  be reasonable, their idea is, according  to the ?-.lanitoba Free Press, that the  west should recant its views, withdraw its demands, and admit that preponderant eastern opinion, upon all  points in dispute is right. It adds:  "Just let Montieal ���������run" Canada without question and-'sectionalism' will  i cease.      "We shall then  be a "united*  1 country."  'I'llat pretty well  "many minds about: the acid quality of  "lhe citrus fruits, especially when they .  ... , 4  . . . ��������� That pretty well sizes up the Mon-  are  given  to  children  taking  a   large! , _.,..,  ...      ,,     ,,,.,,      ,,- ,        . .      .,   Mreal    view    as    put   iirward  by  tin*  quantity ol milk in Hie diet.     An aril- j  cle' published  in the May   17  issue of'  r,izi  .etie and Star of that city.���������Toronto  ww  Si, "JE^BB-.B _C���������5 w S a _"Ty*!*!?^**,"  ' OF  Constipation  Can Be Quickly Overcome by  CARTER'S LITTLE  Ll'vXr. FILLS  Purely   * t?$; e  table ~ *ci sure  una gently on  thf l.ver,   R������.  lici-e btiiout-  iieeji,   head.  ache, dizai-  liea-i ������nd  lnd������ff������ation.    They do Bheir  iluty  Kmall S;U|_SMaU Ooie���������&msSi iPrlc*  'ItXg,"  |?'"*������a|%1'������g* |y^  [TTLE  B    *     WmW        wEmm      a_aT^*3L  PILLS  W  Aa.  K.m  tables grown tor fleshy fruit, eueunv  ber, tomato, etc. .In format Ion a*? to  soil, locution und general cultlviiHon  is given relative to ouch of tlie thirty,  Th-.' most valuable result or -'iluct).-  I ion   is   the   ubilltv   to   nmlte   vt.ui-m.1.  ������ ���������.. ,  rio ilu. thing yon ought to do, when  It ought to be done, whether you llk*-  fo do it or not.  "I'liy many tltingr, you don't need 11ml  you mtiy be obligtMl to sell a IV*w Ihingi-  ������ .  .,., . ,i  Honest Saileegirl  ������������������How def you sell those apples, Utile girl," asked tlie tourist of the  .iirmeV'.s child.  "Well," replied the girl, "we puts  Ihe big ones on fop."  # ���������       \  vf-liY    JL XJL_/1_/iv3  FOR THE  JL\ JL JLF JL \5 ]__< JL Kp_  Kidney disease is dnn-  j'eroim unless checked.  Gin Pills will remedy  all kidney trouble-*.  Get a box to-day before  it is too late.  tlie Journal of the American Medical  Association under the title, "The Value  of Milk Acidified with Lemon Juice,"  slates "Lemon juice 01;-orange juice  can be added directly to cow's mitlc  without bringing about curdling. In  this way cow's milk Is rendered more  digestible.  Star,  How some woinen can  lend that :**oy are proud  husbands is a .mysteiy  vvomt'ii.  ever proof llu-ir  to     other  Corn Silage  Corn     and     Sunflower     Silage     Very!  Similar ������n  Value for Growing ;  for rheumatism, neuralgia, ftack-  uch*> and kindred ills.  Hub it   In w-,-11  with  the tips of  lhe lingers.    An enemy to pain.  Stock  conducted  I  A tost conducted on the Indian [  Head. Sask., e-xpcrimontal farm or \  sunflower versus corn silage for ho If- 5  oi*h showed a Trifle in "favor of corn,  but. the superintendent remarks ihal  ������l.hou"������li the corn sllago lot wt-r-" 111010 ]  thrifty and sleek in appearance, the  Indications aro that tile two .slJacr-'s  aro very similar In value for growing  Kelfors. Itoth were readily oaten  and excellent in quality, the corn being in the lato dough stage when cut  und the sunOowors about ono-half in  blO'M-ai, the- Hatter heinr. ah-o v,-!lr������--d for  two days before being placed In iho  hIIo, ho tltav there would ho no exeo-.*-  of moist uio piostMit.  ��������� ____________________________________   -  _^*f-*P"pTTfT^_^Y__^rTrY____!'''''  ^������������������1"'-a-|^^^^*^ \-j f \ ^.'. ^^-J'^Jf^^jL^LlJ^JP^^^--'  ������^^^^w W-~' ��������� "a-"J-^**P.q**WJn|.,milV���������1 ��������� mm WJ-~a������j"^^**H^^^  MM    *' Pi "     I,     ���������.    a..R,.������',W ^-a-maa^aa., P ���������������*. ^a|PB|������^* B| ���������������������������iaa*jB ��������� ,-^. |.  AuMlralia  tho United  population  l*ft������������  is sllglitly larger than }  Slater- in hIzo and has ;���������. j  of-flvo  ami 0110-hair  mil-J THE   CRB_.__0:N  REVIEW  SHALL WE CROP IT  and   Conserve   bur  Forest   Capital,  Stabilize   Industry,  Ensure   Future  Prosperity, or  SHALL WE MINE IT  and    Deplete   our   Forest   Capital,  Undermine Industry, Menace Future  Prosperity. _        ���������  ,.   Nhiional Interest and National Security demand ths  Treatment of our Forest Resources as a Crop.  .      *��������� .    " .    ���������       -      r    -  THE OBSTACLE to proper treatment is FIBB.  THE CAUSE of Fire is CARELESSNESS.  THE CUR������ of Carelessness is AROUSED PUBLIC OPINION.  WE MUST ALL PLAY OUR PART.  HON. CHARLES STEWART. Meter of the Interior  a_s  .OTHlVflB^-ikf   Creston will open the baseball season.  on   Sunday    afternoon,    April   26fcbP  i when tbe local nine will play an  exhibition game with Yahk. the contest to start at- 2.30 prompt. Both  team*-have been doing considerable  practlsirg and   a.   very  close   contest  |may be looked for.  The baseball talent is showing  remarkably fine form for so early in  the season, two picked nines going  seven innings on Sunday afternoon to  a 5-8. victory to the aggregation comprising the senior infield. The opening- game off. ihe ssascit is on Sundays-  at 2.30, with "-ahk.  There was a very large turnout of  young people at the whist and dance  under Christ Chtirch auspices at the  Parish Hall on Friday night, with the  prize scores at cards being made by  Edith "j-Vilson and John Murrell.  After a sumptuous lunch the crowd  enjoyed itself at dancing for a couple  of hours with Mrs. Putnam. Mrs.  Garland and MisB Jeanne Hall presiding at the piano. The cash intake at  the affair was just over $35.  Quite an important property sale  was completed this week when Mrs  G-. M. Benney disposed of five acres of  the ranch* including the house, tb Gus  ."v*slis*n'ei!-s%- off Coleman, Alberta, is to  get possession almost immediately.  AS rs. "-ttenney. who has been residing  at Nelson for the past few months,  ������-o_jtemplates Hg-tin making Creston  her home, and will probably build a  small residence an town  this summer.  June lOtb. A big Presbyterian rally  is to be held in Toronto at the sniddle  of June at which plans will be laid for  continuing the church, to which  gathering each congregation that  proposes to operate outside, of the  United Church will send two -representatives.  A. B. Lindley of the B.C. Fruit  Company, Lethbridge, Alta., was here  on a business visit, at the end of the  week, and states that his firm is making arrangements to handle an  increased vegetable ton page from  Valley points. He. is hoping fur an  increased output of tomatoes, claisning  that the trade can' handle ten of these  for every" crate, of cucum bers sold,~with  ths cScception of picklers. which are in  RANCH FOR RENT  Nicely located at Wynndel, 20 acres,  with six acres cleared and quarter acre  in strawberries. New house, plenty of  water and best of soil. Will rent for  $200 a year. Apply Jas. Mannerino,  Sirdar, B.C.  strong    demandv after  September.  the  first   of  At the "Grand, Saturday, April 25.  lames Cyuzq  PftDOUCTION  WITH  RICA8DQ CORTEZ  LOUsSE DRESSER  KATKDfN WOUAMS  ViftGtKia-LEECDRBlM*  Qtiramouni Quliag  Mwaiio e. AC������rtf!"zutwa ������������!������$������-.ussy  At the Grand, Saturday, April 25th  .Local and Personal  Will and Fred Hale, who have made  their home with Mr. and Mrs. Hendy  for the past two years, left on Monday  for \ ancouver, where they will make  their home for the present at least.  The ladies . are reminded of the  Institute afternoon tea a������*d sale of  cooking along with the bulb show in  the Parish "Hall on Saturday afternoon  from 3 to 5.30.    The admission is free.  Mrs. Kerr of Rosedale, B.C.. was a  visitor with Mrs. Sherwood a few days  at the end of the week, en route home  after spending the winter with friends  at Brockville and other Ontario points.  Mrs. Truscotfc, sr., got away at the  end of the week on quite an extended  holiday trip, during which she will  visit ber sons at Edmonton, Alberto,  and Blackfoot and Prince Albert,  Sask.  Plastigrams���������they jump right off  the screen into yota lap. Don't miss  this novelty at the Grand to-morrow  night, and be sure and get the special  glasses required when you   buy   your  ticket.  Anglican Church Services  SUNDAY,  APRIL 26  CRESTON  7.30 p.m.  APP1.ES FOR SALE���������Delirious, at  $2 box orchard run; or $2.50 bos for  Fancy grade.     W.J.Truscbtt,Creston.  Posters are up for "the sale of the  household effects .-off. Mrs. R.TLi Finlayson. who is selling everything by  auction on Saturday, April 25th,  commencing at 2 p.m. Terms of sale  are cash. '     -���������  School re opened after the Easter  week off - on Monday -witb. a full  attendance. "Vaccination off the  scholars commenced on Wednesday  with the start being made on the high  school pupils.  The assistant forester^Jas. Jory has  commenced the season's operations on  the territory from Yahk to Kuskanook.  It is likely the supervision of the West  Creston section will again be in charge  of Alf Palmer.  OGIL VIE Goods are dependable  The Best by Test.  ^ ____,  Ogiivie's  Baby Chick Food  and  Q y C������2 ^m| W*2 ��������� S ��������� _) ��������� _f_t it  The best is none too  good for the very young  birdR. Play safe by timr-g-  Ogilvie feeds. Thev certainly keep the chicks on  the grow and healthy.  I  mfmm _*"**_ ��������� _**_*% _T1_ tm*mm mt%  Those who were fortunate enough  to get part of the garden planted last  week have their stuff off to a good  start as the rainy gpell at the weekend  has been followed by a streak of sunshiny growing weather.  Or. Barrat nf Kelowna. was a bu**in  ess visitor here at the end of the week.  He is a director of the Associated  Growers of B.C., and spoke at the  annual meeting of the Creston-Pruit  Exchange on Friday night.  A Children's Masquerade Party will  take place on Friday, April 24th, at  the Parish Hall fiom 0.30 to 9.30 p.m.  Prizes for the best costumes. Games  1 and dancing. Admission, adults and  children, 25 cents. Everybody welcome.  Fob S_\x.e������������������ A good, gentle milk cow.  Jersey-Short horn, five years, freshened  December 27th, $05. Also a 2-year old  heifer, Holatein-AyrHhlre, due to  freuhen in May, $45 now or $55 when  freshened antl milking. R. Sinclair-  Smith.  Manager Rodgers hat. >_ m������veJL.y  feature for Saturday night, April 25th  at the Gmnd. It is the Plnstigram,  which can only be seen through the  special glasses thnt will be handed out  to all pure baaing tickets for "The City  that Never Sleeps*"  Due to the enrly date set for the  1025 B.C. conference the local Methodist Lot-lien* Aid nre having their  annual me* ting a week ahead of time  thia year,, the annual session being  called for Tht trad ay next. Mrs, Frnl-  Ick ia the retiring president*.  H. Ilob__.i-.o_i off Vernon, am official  of the federal Soldier Settlement  Board, wans hero a few days at tho end  cf the week,. CjuaEcSng an Enspoctlon for  *.��������������� Iu.lac-, injury of ih������tt c_osei_ri raiinchrs in  the Valley thnt have been acquired  through lonna from fcha H.H.H.  Poster* are up for a mestlng of all  fruit grower* im Creaton Valley which  will behead at # p.rw. In ttpcors* Weill  on Mondny^ April 27th, to which all  ranchers nr***   invited," Some   outside  *|i������a������ltr.tn   Ua taal   IH)     aitaum     ill a      t������]_aii;(__s|j      i,3|(i  1025 fruit markf-Llng fritm-Llon.  The meeting to discuss organizing a  recreation club to take on lawn bowling and fcenai3 called for hist Saturday  afternoon whjj- rather slimly attended,  but those who wish  to encourage this  line can do so hy putting their names  to  lists   that   are   at   the   drugstores-  Speers*, Fraser-*-*: bakery, ..both   banks  tind jbhe Re view.    Iff a sufficient list off  signatures    is   obtained   organization  will be proceeded with.  As wilt be seen by official announce-:  ment elsewhere in this issue Wednesday next, 2flth April, has been declared  clean up day for th- village of Creston.  All residents are to give their -yards-  and premises a thorough clean up,  burn everthsng that will burn, and all  other rubbish, cans, etc., if put in  boxes, barrels Or other containers and  placed conveniently for hauling away,  will be removed to the dump free off  charge by tbe village teamster.  p." D. Townsend, manager of tht  Nelson branch of the Curlew creamery^  paid his return visit to Creston Valley  at the end of the we k and made quite  a thorough canvass of the dairy cow  owners with a view to signing up a  cream tonnage that would --arrant  putting in a cream receiving station  at Creston. He wiii confer with Mr.  Carter, the general superintendent off  Curlew operations, and an announcement in this connection will be made  shortly.  Rev. "Mr. Douglas of Vancouver  spoke in the Presbyterian Church on  Sunday night, his address having to  do with the prospective work off tins*  chtirch after union is consummated on j  Designed and built to deliver Twenty Thousand Miles  of trouble-free  service without  a  major  adjustment.  A&EAJViS  CHEVROLET MOTOR CARS AND  TRUCKS  MtfXu-UGHIJN-BUrCK  CARS  J? _kl   _. ���������"____ -___J_ .-_[__. MSA  inewrora uars  Tourings - Light Deliveries. - Hiinabouts - Trucks  1 Used Gar, 1924 Mode! Touring * ^v- $500=00  ���������>1 Used Car, 1924 Model Touring.. ;:  458.00  1 Used Car, 1923 Model Touring,...  275.00  These Used Cars are re-conditioned and are in first-*  class shape���������and are guaranteed.  We can give you good terms on all   ~  Cars^-NEW or USED..  BEVAN'S GARAGE  R. S. BEVAN, Prop. Exclusive Ford Dealer  Now is the time to think  a  Tools  Hoes,   Rakes,   Cultivators,   Forks,   Spades,   Hoes.  .. - -.... ,. -  Seeds  Steele-Briggs, McKenzie's and Ferry's;   full assortment  Onion  Sets*  and  MultipleFs  wmtzKntz". vrmmmv*!*i������!*m '���������_���������. 'n ��������� i-r. w������ i..-ai  Fresh  Fruits  and Vegetables in- Season  '(  Dry faooos  RirfipinrBoe*  m mmm%.  rf*l  Furnltiiri  .ninnii.....jii_ .U.I...HJ..HI iaiaii������Mwi������ai_aaujuJi_j[ijij.a._iiialBaailjaji������iiauijaiijaLiaaa������iii.i..jiiLii.i<. ji.iataa  m  mmmm  aaitfjiaa**.  BiBnS  tmaimmiKK*iiimmWmWm


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