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Array Irf*- *  =-      -. .-  Vou XVII.  CRESTON, B.C& FKIBAY. MAY 8,  1925  No. 12  Creators School  Report for May  .Division I.���������H. A.McLellan, Principal.  " Grade/ VIII.���������Proficiency, Byron  Willis. - General improvement, Nadine  Bess. Writing improvement, .Alex.  Henderson. Grade VII.���������Proficiency.  Mary Goodwin. General improve-  Bjjfent, John BiSmeo. Writing improve'  ment,, Ena Christie.   '. . ' .,  Perfect attendance���������Nadine Bell,  _ESna Christie, Marion Cpllis, Arthur  Ciuling, Edith Couling, Lloyd Couling*  Victor Grundy, $ Alex. Henderson,  Jessie    Learnaonth.    Charles.-rMoore  I    *  DrrasiCNV.���������Miss  Lax tor.,  Grade Junior 1���������Proficiency, Mas-  garet Burnett. Writing, Holger  Johnson.. Improvement, Holger John  ^on. Grade Senior I���������Proficiency,  Truda Benzer. Writing, Margaret  Henderson.- Improvement, Eleanor  Spratt. Junior I. Grade���������Proficiency,  Stella Crosby. _ Writing. Stewart  Spiers.   Improvement,  Arthur Dodd.  Perfect attendance���������Doris - -Bayle,  Olla Bentley, Clarence Erabree, Glenn  Going,, Margaret Herderson, Norman  McFarland, Harold McLaren, Norman  Nickel, Eleanor Spratt, Holger John  son, Arthur Dodd, Gladys Davies.  'Birth of a Nation9  a  JaW��������� JL-aaaV  ���������r ltilc������iu  rm:XiL a  ������_������: _!..__  M..<mm.+ mn..ma  Percy Robinson, Harold Speers, Mar^  garet Walker, Hairy Webster, Byron  "Willis, Edith   Wilson,   Mabel   Wecft,.  John Blinco, Mary. Goodwin.   "Laura  . Holmes, Ada "Lewis. _  Dl*v7Slos~ II.���������Miss   Vickers,   Teacher.  Grade VJU-^-Proflciency, Harry  Miller. Writing improvement, Beryl  Nichols. General improvement, Beth  West. Grade V.���������Proficiency, George  Willis. Writing iiuprovetnentVGepi^e.  Willis. General improvement, I*?iwi>  ence Haptpnstaih  Perfectattehdance���������Donald BenJ^f.F,  JLettie Couling, Frank Crawford, Tom  Crosthwaite, Ronald Gibbs, Hazel  Hopwood* Harry Miller, Madge Moore,  Jean McCreath, Beryl Nichols. Hilda  Payne, Betty Speers, Aileen Spratt,  Doro Spratt, Lillian Treyelyan, Gwen  Webster, Beth "West, Fred Aldersbn.  Billie .Bayle, Earl Christie, Lyda  Christie, MinssSe Dowses, Jean Henderson, Dorif^Nickel.; Jack O'Neill.  Faye Pendry, Georg* "Willis.  ���������  Division III.���������Miss Wade, Teacher.  Grade    IV. ��������� Senior ��������� Proficiencyv  b> Corgi Biccum.    Generalan^rovement,  "' "T������f������^4^i^-foB4a- ~ *wW*fe^"^ifcp|i^tp->:  xnent*,   FranE   Morrow.     Grade    IV^t  ^Junior���������Proficiency, Irwin Orostto wait.  General improvement, Frances Moore.  Writing improvement, Roland Miller.  "Perfect  attssidttsics���������Mary  Maione,  Margaret Blinco, Hubert West, Lynn  Beazer, Cora Biccum* Marjorie  {jear-  month.     Frank     Morrow,     -Frances  Moore, Jack Grundy,   Norman   Bent  ley,   Herbert Couling,   Alan Staples,  Andrew Miller, Roland Miller, Thelma  McFarland* Elsie Spiers* Irwin Crosth-  -waitai    Herbert  Dodd,   Katie Pay he,  Allan Speers. .        y  Division IVV.���������Misaw Holmes, Teacher.  Grade III. ���������Proficiency, Sarah  Quinn. 'General improvement, James  Downes. Writing improvement, Jack  Payne7 Grade II.���������Proficiency, Daisy  Trevelyan. General improvement,  Nellie Payne. Writing improvement,  Mi^rg;sr-*t Miller.  perfect attendance���������Meade Beazer,  Iflhbert    Benninger,   Agues   Biccum,  "sSay Bliss, James Downes, Helen Hop-  wood, Mabel Johnson, Jack Johnston,  Jack   Payne,    Douglas   Spiers,   Ada  Shearer,   Philip Van J91������tt>e.   Robert  A Dickson, Harold   Mcl.iaren_^ Margaret  Miller,  Molly   Moore;y Bert   morrow,  Daisy Ti*evelyan, Clifford York.  . Motor tourists   are   going  most eugry day   now���������^either  through  east   or  Tbe new theatric-art   invented   by  David W. GriSath in producing "The  Birth of  a   Nation.*-   coming  to   the  Grand Theatre f*������r two" nights, Friday  and Saturday, May 15tH and 16th, has  enabled him  to7 surpass   by  far   any  stage spsctacle."_i**Ben _F_������rs* and "The  Blue Bird'* were supposed   to   be  the  high "water mark of such  production.  They sink   into, -insignificance   beside  this epic of American history with its  5000   scenes,   18,000    characters, -3000  ridbrs and ������200,000 details, th������S result of  eight months of tireless labor and the  exprnditure of half a million dollars.  The war plays of the stage, such as  * -Shenandoah," "Heldby the Enemy"  The C.P.R. is again ' giving an all-  boat trip, through to Nelson, the  Nasooking going back on -the Nelson  Landing run on Sunday. Her last trip  in to Nelson, was at the end of December.  - Rev. H. V*������rlcy was here from  Creston for two - Church of England  services on Sunday morning, - both of  which were well attended.  The December blizzard has done  very little damage in this section  judging by the big show j-tf bloom in  all the Siidar oacbards.  GRAND THEATRE  S���������JiirfS���������ii   BSJ1V-  SSBUiUSBJy iBiRB  Yardm&ster Loasby left, on Monday  on a trip toCalgary, and wilt be away  fof most of the week. He mad*, his  f$rst auto trip to Creston*- that dayv  going that far in the Chevrolet. -  Miss Eileen Heap was a weeaend  visitor witb Cranbrook friends, return  ing on Monday. ^  Mrs. Roy, Proctor   went   to   Cran-  is^el^^js^^igg^^s^^^er^p,-^^ tsj - Mr.*  and Mrs. Goodman.   * "Mrs. G.'S. Moore and - children- of  Cranbrook are visitors here- this we-eEc  with Mrs. Loasby, arriving on Monday. _ ' ,  Mrs.   Geo.   Cam   was    a    between  trains visitor at Creston on Thursday..'  Jack Cameron   of Ci anbrook   was a  visitor here on Monday, coining up by  train and  leaving next day   for home"  yi his Chevrolet,   which   he   had   left  here on joioving to the divisional city.  '.. With the destruction jot the ttig  Hosmer h-p fire, at Procter oh Saturday  night tbe movement of freight barges  is going to be slow for a time. -The  only craft to replace her is the Ymir  and it can only handle one barge at a  time.  '. All.the early vegetables are -now  Available at the Jones Jansen ranch  from the outdoor garden. Fresh  radishes have been in use since the  21stof April. The orchards in that  section never looked better than they  do this spring.  "Mips Chad wick, who has been on a  two weeks' holiday with, friends, at  Nelson, Cranbrook, and Michel,  returned oti Thursday last accompan  led liy her sister, Mrs. Andrews of  Nelson, who spent several days with  friends, leaving for home on Monday.  SirdHi'itcs who' have occasion to us������  the roads compliment the superintendent. Mr. Da vies, oh-the great shapo  he has the travelling in this spring.  If given tho same careful attention all  year, a few more turnouts built and  '���������Go Slow"* signs put up at tho dangerous curves complaints about the highways will be a thing of tho past.  and "Barbara* Fritchte" seem, tame  after seeing -the splendors of "The  Biith of a Nation.1' In the Griffith  spectacle the. scenes of sheer beauty  and strength are of Homeric grandeur,  the night riding of the KuKlu-r&lan  looks like a company of avenging  spectres sweeping along the5**moonlit  roads. There is a. pictorial punch in  every scene.  Thife realistic picture of history' in  the i-QHkit-!0" is of untold v"_.!i_e to both  old and young.- Beside** the historical  worth of this great spectacle, the eon-*  stant emotional throb of the romantic  story thrills the hearts of all. It is  .the supremo achievement nf modern  histrionisau in its new -guise untram  moiled by -the limitations of the  theatre.  meeting of the.East Kootenay district  of the Methodist Church, and will also  be the delegate to-conference at the"  coast.  Rev. Mr. Helcliffe of Cranbrookythe  Nor wet gan. pastor, took service in the  church here on Sunday morning.  - A delegation from Creston Ep worth  League were here on Wednesday night  and put on a varied programme for  the weekly meeting of the Canyon  League.  Dr. Henderson of Creston was here  on Tuesday for the vaccination of tbe  pupils, having completed this work at  all the other schools in the Valley.  Three auto loads from Creston and  Mesd-ta__������-_t Stephens, M:!!:ogtcs_ and  Niblow of Lifter were here on Friday  night foi the sftinual meeting of the  churches comprising the Methodist  circuit, the Canyon- ladies serving  refreshments at the close.'  Grand Programs  I U_9a^ ash. ������-_*___-<_���������_���������-_ -__r_-a --_������__  A Mr. Staples of Red Deer; Alberta,  is a visitor at the Vance house this  week. and w e hear he. ss leasing the  Wethei'head ranch. "  The Jim Johnston sawmill! finished  fcheseason^piic onrSaturday afternoon,  and the plant Will be moved to another  point for future operations. The  -winter's cut included-**bout 17,000 ties  and at least a quarter million feet of  lumber.  nail  A*-  aolt-aaaa glares  party  of  made up the |i_-8t picnic party  to visit  !K������i<sStahT������6��������� fci-_fe*year, cnaktng the-^ta-rp  on Sunday.  A.-  Robt. Moore Loses Hand  Ax^JJ Col lis   was   at . Cranbrook  on a professional visit- over -theTweek  end. presiding   at   the-  organ   in   the  Ps*esbyterian Church .in that town _ois  Sunday^ ^      ,  Steve Vaness. who has" heen a visitor, here for almost "the past two  months, returned to his home in  "Vancouver on Wednesday.     "    .  The Sunday school scholars and  some ������������f the mothers were entertained  in hospital fashion on Saturday afternoon last at the Todd home, by the  superintendent, Mrs. Martin.  Marriaq-b���������On Monday, May 4th,  by Rev. G, Knox, Miss Pauline Gibbs  to'.. Mr. Fred W. Ash.  Miss Tere*-j������ Churchill left at the  first of the week for Vancouver, where  she exper.t.8 to remain for some weeks.  Mrs. Bates and family of Vancouver  were here at the first of the week and  are again to make their home on the  Biutholorenew ranch which Mr. Bates  purchased about four years ago.   -  Will Vaness left at the flint of the  week for Butte, Montana, where he  expects to strike a Steady job.  Mr. and Mrs. Payne and   family are  this week moving   from   the   Midflrd  ranch to   occupy   the   liouse-on   the  Quist place Just vacated hy tfad Wool  verton's. :     :    ... .-.  Alice Siding was Invad d c������n Thursday afternoon last by a couple of doa>  en members of the Methodist Ladies*  Aid, which hae its annual meeting at  tho home of Mrs. T. Dickson thiCt day.  On Tuesday afternoon the Church ofi  Fngland LadloB' Guild were guests of  Mrs. II. Stewart for their tegular  Mny meeting.  Local and Personal  Births���������At Creston, on May 6th,  to" Mr. and Mrs. John Ryckman, a  daughter. On May Thh. to Mr. ana  Mrs. Percy Watson, a son.  f    The men are reminded' of the meet-  ling on "Wednesday night at   _ .o'clock  I an Speesrs* Hall*, -at -which it is hop-*d to  organize a fire brigade for  the village.  Pastor _thox -tt'iirbie-i-ibsent'on Stt������~  day and the managers .announce that  night they will -have, -ivhat is termed a  pleasant Sunday evening, music being  a very prominent feature of the service  'The Iladies* Aid off the Pi esbyteri������n  Church are having a cafeteria tea antl  sale.of home conking at ~th������*- home bf  Mrs. Henderson on- the afternoon of  Saturday, May 23rd, front 3 to 5 o'clock'.  G. M. Argue was a motor visitor to  Cranbrook at the middle of the week;  getting back on Friday. For so early  in the year the roads between Creston  and Goatfell are in the best shape  ever. ���������       , :r':;  Undoubtedly the greatest value in  -entertainment that Creston has. ever  experienced is offered in the" 1925 six-  day Chautauqua which opens in the  big brown tent on the evening of  Wednesday, May 27th  In addition to quality this year-there  is also unusual variety, mbsic having  a pro_r_ine*nt place on each" of the six  days, including the old time favorite  comic opera ''"The Mikado," which wiii  be presented by a company of talented  artists on the second night.    ._  Chautauqua has a^pfay and for this  year we are to be favored with .the big  fitage success, ---Daddy Long laegs," on  the Hi$>h night, whii&t un the afternoon  of the second day there will be a one-  aet episode, "The. Silent System."  "Mrs: McDonald is to be here with  her Calgary youngsters for the opening progr-gghme, and for good measure  there -will be the Howard Rus������*ell  Revue, a splendid variety company i<_  comedy, Scotch and coster songs on  the third day.  Those who have heen demanding-  Canadian~artists will be taken care of  this year in at least .two of the lecturer*-. Dr. Rivers. __ who speaks -on the  'Second Chance, or Lessons from Life'*  and Dr. Serby, .whoKe subject is  "Canada's Contribution to World  Life.**  Other musical features are the Rainbow-Novelty Company,   with   Eileen  Hofif, dramatic soprano, who give the  closing    programme;   ,Boyd   Concert  Company, in songs, instrumentals and  sketches.; - the    Tziganes,     in     song**,  monologues and grand opera-airs.  :   For the special benefit   of   thjachil-  ?dr^iV*^*^-***[r',&y a ~ fancy dr$_s parade  v^U ^\-^-nged fiw-  Saturday  after-  nt>on_May"fJOth, at   which   prizes .for  iho   best; dressed -and - comics   from  the "Wynndel, Alice Siding,   Creston,  Eriekson. Canyon and  Lister schools  ssial be given a!������ng with a grasid prize  for the best fancy dress and- etimic in  the^whble company Of children. .  A meeting is callc^d   for   topight   lo  make arrangements for handling; the  big six days, and tickets will ^ shortly *.  foe on sale at the popular season prices  of $3 for adults, and af I for children.  and-  Anna   Anderson  for Vancouver, where  ' MAK-Y   PlCICPOttJD    in   t     *  f_ni*s op tnn  STora-M  cc"UMTR-**r  Clark Moore and Lome BottorlU  mtidB a record motor drive from  Dover, Idaho, on **Thnr8dQy afternoon  and evening in order to titko Mrs.  Hnf-h Tsylor to Dover to bo with her  son, Robert Moore, who had tho mis  fortune to lose his, right hand whilst  operating a, planor nt tho sawmill in  that town. So groat waa tho loss of  blood that his life -was despaired of for  a tlmo but latest reports aro to the  effect that ho lu now doing as wcll.aa  could be expected,   The   mishap   will  m*%m   a *"*|l$.- "W*#*.-**.     *Vt*j'  --Bob" being  "cry  who knew him.  aaiaattaj.  popular  .������ IWUUU  1. ...   1-awt.f,  with   all  Ganyom GSty  Guy Browell loft at the end   of   tho  weok for "Neluon, whero ho has taken a  position in a gorwge, and will remain  for at leim-t the next six monthB,  Public Bohool inspector Maiming  wan hc-rc on an ofilclul' visit last week,  and found overything running uatiis-  factorily at the local scat nf learning,  Alf. Speaker has dlapoued of hi������  Ford car* Bush brothers at Creston  uiaklng the purchase !act week.  Manfred Samuelnon la at Cranbrook  thin   weeik,   attcndlir-g   the   ������|uaru>rly  Misses Selma  left on Monday  they are expecting to take positions^  Tlte fc^rmer hus been in charge of Ihe  books at the Merc-i ntile for. the pafet  two years.  Mr. ahd Mrs. J. A, Woolverton and  family left on Friday for Winnipeg,  M m., where they will reside In future.  For the past three years Mr. Woolverton has been the Watkins dealet in  this district. ,      , ,  Rev. Mr. Gibson of Saskatchewan  failed to reach C'rewUvn on 8nturday  and aa a consequence there were no  services in the Presby tetian Church,  Rev. J. A". James being at Cranbrook  for aaicrfiment service that day.'  Albert Je-fferaon is claiming what  looks to be a Kootenay record tn cattle  production. On Friday a |lcd Poi  cow belonging tn him, eighteen years  of age, gave birth fo ber sixteenth  calf, all of which have been heifers.  Mrs. J, W. Dow loft on Monday for  Vancouver, where she is attending the  ffrovincinl   uesslon    of  the   Women's  MiytiIIujj.i.i.-y 23-.cli.ty a.-. nHclagata Sfom  the-Creston brunch* She will visit at  Nanaimo and Sutnmetland beforo  returning.  Very many Creston resit|nnta read  with deep regret of thn death on  Tucsduy at Spokane -<ff R. IC. Seattle,  hurbnur board member at Vnncouver.  and a former well known resident of  Cranbrook, and also Identified with  local buslnons affairs due to hla  connection with tho former Creston  Drug & Booli. Compn-ny which later  became    Uoattio Oatwuy,     Ltd.,   and  ErlGBmon  Mrs. J. Rutherford and children,  who have been stopping with Mr.  Bentley, Sr., at the mill for sometime  past, left thia week for their home in  Vancouver.  ���������  J. Handley was a business visitor at  Nelson a few days this week leaving  on Sunday.  'v  Quite a number of Eriekson ladies  were at Creston on Thursday last for  an afternoon reception at the home of  Mrs, R. B. Staples, and on Tuesday  Mrs. Putnam was hostess at lea and  laftcrnoun of old time sociability, which  quite a large list of callers much  enjoyed. *  Lome Botterill was a Friday visitor  at his home here, having'motored up  the evening previous.  Rhubarb shipping is fairly heavy nt  the Eriekson depot at present, at least  half a ton of it going out on Monday.  - L. T. Leveque, who hna been at  Vancouver for several weeks past,  anived home at the fit-at of the month  improved! in health tout io likely to bo  returning there again shortly.  Misses Bentley of Trail and Edmonton, Alta., arrived a few days ago, on  a visit to their father here.  About a dozen men with ono team  as well ns a tractor and grader are at  work on the Crawford hill diversion,  and at the rate they nr** going the job  wi.l be finibbed early in June.  ������A few of tlte auto owners hero made  the trip to Yahk on Sunday and saw  that    town   defeat   Creston   fdr   thn  whteh ������ m'mlyrMt'i^-h^^p^ I <MSC������1"1- Um0 in fcwo wmkB Ht b������w,b������"-  of to G. H. Kelly.   The funeral takes!    Miss Audw-y Or������.l2������e left on Tuesd-iy  ���������.lft.ee fit- ������" i-������f������������-ihrooiV   t-ofbay   ���������t-tT.r*'   ������t,   l������t 8 foi-- Portland,'   Oi^-imfa.,    whei*������   nIhm   in  iikoly   a  delegation    from   here   will J making a short visit   with friends in  attend. 1 that city.  wsmumwmmKmmmm  UM������  mviMia&sisas.  mimwiii  K., s. H ������*ifr * ���������������;' ���������������.'���������("-. && 'i'Jt* i"|fl" i.t ^h  muotmSuSiiSKA THE   _ffiYIEW.   CKESTON,   B.    C.  ���������".j-1  Order from your grocer his best tea and  he*!! usually send "Red-Rosee,"  The same good tea for 30 years.   Try it!  Encourage tlie New Setters  The immigration season ol' 3 925 "is about to open. Already tlie vanguard  of what is expected to be the largest influx of new settlers since 1913 is preparing to leave the Britisii Isles,(and from then onward for some months, every  Lranfe-Atlantic steamer will bring its quota. Canada will welcome these  new settlers provided they are of the right type and come with a full determination to work for themselves and their adopted country atrd not^to lean on  others and look to the Government to pamper and support them.  Canada will welcome them because it is now generally recognized that  this Dominion needs population and needs it badly. No other country :ln  the world with anything like the same population is attempting .to carry the  same burdens and provide the extensive national services for its people that  Canada is. Nor is there any other country of small population where the  extent of the national territory is. so vast, and, as a, result, settlement so  sparse and scattered. -   - ������.'���������-.-  -/ During tiie last half century this Dominion has poured out money "ike  water in order to build railways, improve waterways and harbors, erect public  buildings, provide public services of all kinds, open up the country Jjqr settlement, and develop its natural resources. Without most of these services the  land would not be available for settlement, but, unless that settlement follows, the financial burden to "be borne hy the people who are now here, ;ind  who with courage and i'<������*esight provided these services, wilt crush them,  especially as on top of the debt created for these national undertakings there  hr>j_ been piled the still greater burden of a hug������ war debt.  The future of the Dominion is inextricably bound up with the securing ot  *! larger population, and a population composed of men. and women and  youths who, instead of being afraid of hard w,ork, will welcome it, and who  ���������ire prepared for some years to forego the luxuries and pleasures and some  of the conveniences of life in order to -firmly establish themselves and provide a solid foundation for future prosperity and a competence for their  children.  Under existing regulations, which must be adhered to and enforced, there  ir, little dagner of Canada becoming a dumping ground for the halt, maimed,  blind, disease afflicted, mentally unsound and moral degenerates of other  lands. Only the physically fit aud morally and mentally sound should be admitted. Others than these would not be an asset but a continuing liability to  tlie Dominion.  More important, however, than the coming of substantial numbers of the  right type of immigrants is the providing of some reasonable assurance \hat  when they come, they come to stay. It is permanence in settlement Canada  needs; not drifters using Canada merely as a jumping-off place or half-way  house to some other permanent location. ,_ There has been too much of this  in the past, Canada bearing the costs of such immigration without reaping  any permanent benefits from it.  It is the business and duty, therefore," not of the Federal Government  .-.lone, but,of each'Provincial Government and bach and every local community, and all national and community organizations, to do their utmost to encourage and assist the newcomers to make a success of their venture into this  new land; These newcomers must, as already stated, depend largely on  their own initiative and efforts, and unless they do they cannot succeed,  either in Canada or elsewhere, no matter what may be done for them. - But  those-other things which the individual cannot do or provide, but which are  absolutely essential to success and permanency in. settlement* must be at-  T.������_Tuled  to by the community and the state.  It* a settler is not contented with his lot, he will not stay. If year after  year passes without any visible progress being made he naturally becomes discouraged, and the next step is lo pull up stakes. Nor is it the "big lacks"  which are most disheartening, rather it is a combination of little things wliich,  Viy community thought and enterprise, can be overcome.  For example," oven if a man is making progress in a material sense, is  h" and hi.s family going to "stick" if in limes of sickness or accident tho family cannot get proper attention because of their isolation atrd lack of medical  and nursing facilities? Is he going to be content if his children are growing  tip lacking church services, or education, because the nearest school is too  tar away? Bachelors and people without children must realize that it is to  ilu ir Interest 70 provide these tilings, and tax themselves to do so, in order  that -host*, who must have them do not. lack. > Only so can permanent, settlement,   be t"ff������--<:T������������������<!., and  by  providing for permanent settlement everyone will'  iH-y.t-fn, x  Fruit Sales Agency  Associated Growers of B.C. Handle  Their O'yvn Crop  The" launching of a sales agency by  the Associate d G rowers of British;'���������<" ofc-v  umbia. which will handle all tljetr  crops! of -frtiits and .vegetables, was  the,;. moat... .important announcement  lnade at the recent meeting ot the  directors of the.Kelowna Growers' Ex-  chanfee. The Associated Growers will  sell their own, product by their own  men yto.'..'the wholesalers, branches to  be established at Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary,7"Saskatoon, Regina and  Winnipeg.  Scattering Fogs and Making Rain  Cfremist ...Will" ~ Find Way Says  Professor of Cornell  "After considering the amazing advance Of the wireless and radio in the  past few years, I do not think you  need worry about the ability of the  chemist eventually to find a method  of dissipating fogs, while the future  of making clouds disgorge their rain  should be assured," said Dr. Wilder B.  Bancroft, professor of chemistry at  Cornell 'University, Ithaca, "N.Y.;' addressing the local Rotary Club on  "Oheiivis-t.. **- ������n.d;^^oir'-t7ir'*:'.5*  The Airtight Tins Insure BIG BEw  being ia the same perfect condition,  when ycu buy it��������� as when the tobacco  left the factory. -  ]P_.lSg  Yoy always Have a __ict_ fresti plug  on hand���������and the empty tins aro  -useful, loo.,  W/lliihrnimmM  &^^^^^j^^m,M0  a vaa    j-iav *a**_ijfc*hr    Vk  FOR MOTHERS OF  YOUNG CHILDREN  wmmzz  MANUr���������CTUfteO       BV ���������- /**  TOBACCO    COMPANY   OF  CANADA   LIMITED'  X  ta���������Ufttkl*     I?*l/������������������lT*frt">  a. w a. ....     aam.vtea.Ma,***  Bm������jt  Mothers are quick to praise any;  Uiing wj-tich brings health and comfort to thejr little ones���������any medicine  that will make the baby well and keep  liim well will always receive hearty  recommendation from the mother.  That is why Baby's Own Tablets are  so  popular.       Thousands  of  mothers  throughout the conn try not only  use  them for their-own little ones, but are  jalways delighted to be able to recommend them to other mothers.    Thous-  to  British   Enlistments   Fall  Off   Due  Emigration to Dominions .���������>,.--.___  The annual report of the British  arms*, for the year ending September  30 last, gives the total enlistments and  re-enlistments during the year as 30,-  000, the annual intake being 878 less  than the figures for the previous year.  Northern Ireland continues *to be a  fruitful recruiting field, and the-report  points out- that the unemployment  benefits have tended to counteract the  Dirigible To Make Trip  The    United    States naval dirigible  will undertake a round trip cruise to  "England this summer,  carrying maail,  according to navy department officials.  ands of mothers  have proved Baby's].economlc  incentive   tp  enlistment  in  Own Tablets to be -without an equaU ., - ,        ., -u \\       i  n  the regular army, to which the  civil  equal^  in relieving their little ones of any ot  the many minor ailments which arise  out of a derangement of the. stomach  and bowels. Baby's ������>wn Tablets are  the ideal laxative���������easy to take "but  thorough in action. They banish  constipation and indigestion; break up  colds and simple fevers; expel worms  and make the teething period easy.  The Tablets are sold by medicine dealers or by mail at 25 cents a box from  The Dr. -Williams' Medicine "Co., Brock-,  ville, Ont  days ane duffered  for Seven Years  Then   Dodd's   Kidney   Pills   Relieved Her of Her Troubles  Mrs. Nellie Bag an found n������ relief in  her Hospital treatment, but Dodd's  Kidney  Pills  brought speedy   relief.  population,    especially    in    industrial j     Gilbert    Plains,    "Man.���������(Special).���������  centres, appear to be apathetic. J "I have been using Dodd's Kidney Pills  -Emigration to'the dominions is saidy at different times and must say that  ��������� they are the best for those who suf-  1 fer from kidney trouble.      I had a lot  to havo  proved a  serious cqunter-at-  The Sunshine Trail  "The Sunshine .Trail," premier auto  highway from. Butte, Montana, to Alberta, is being extended to Edmonton,  which will, in future, be the northern  terminus of ..ho well-known road.  traction to army life,   and   many   re- j of trouble for 7 S7ears and I was  in  cruits have been tost as a_result.   The  total strength. o������ the regular army of  all ranks is given at 215,343, while the  .territorial reserve forces totat.44^809.  ��������� A Prime Dressing for Wounds.���������In  -some factories and workshops carbolic acid is kept for use in cauterizing wounds and.cuts sustained by the  workmen. Far better to keep on hand  -a bottle of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil.  it is just as quick in action and does  hot scar the skin or burn the flesh. '  Dread of Asthma rnakes=j countless  thousand,*" miserable! Night after  night the attacks return and- even  when brief respite is given the mind  is still in torment from continual anticipation. Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma  Remedy changes all this. Relief  comes, and at once, while future attacks are warded off, leaving the afflicted out. in a state of peace and happiness he once believed ho could never enjoy. Inexpensive and sold almost everywhere....  Taber  The annua]  I rrigation  rt port  of  District  tlie Tnbei* irri  gation '11st net. f-how  '|*"'0   f'vr   the   year's  previous   year   the  j/i-rmi-.te'l    the   rate  $2.Oil to SI..-*.".,  ri   -l e-.UVplU.--  Of ...26,-  n*������e_-a'i. ions.       The  . in-'iUi...   it vail able  h   to   be   cut   from  May Admit Continental Settlers  It is un mo red in immigration clrclcs  that tho Canadian Government, tn tho  near future, will let down tho bars on  continental newcomer." and 4,000  would be allowed to enter beginning  some time in  March.  Continued Demand For Copper  Manager of B.C. Mine Sees Prosperity  For industry  Copper, basic metal upon -which the  prosperity of  the  mining industry  iu  British Columbia to a great extent do-  pends, has every prospect of remaining  in good demand    for   an    3ncloftni]iely  long period, said C. P.-Browning, man-  -ager of the Britannia    Mine,    British  Columbia, speaking at the convention  of the British Columbia diylslon, Canadian Institute of Milting and Metallurgy, Vancou'ver.  Discovery of new uses*for coppci  I ii. tho advancement of elect i*i city Is  causing a demand for the metal which  copper mining companies of tlio world  will be mxed lo till, Mr, Browninf. em Id.  Will Be Promoted Soon  In    the    ordinary    course of -eventsv  Prince   George,  who   will   ho   leaving,  for China shortly, as his    ship   is    to  be stationed with the Eastern Squadron, would remain there for about two  years,'but he Is due for promotion before that, and this will probably entail  an earlier return, so that he may be  back in a l*jUle over a year.  hospital for quite a while, but it did  not-do me much. good. I feel quite  different now since I have been taking Dodd's Kidney Pills. I would -ad-_  vise every jfl.an.a_d woman who has a"  trouble from head to knee to try  them." This statement comes from  Mrs. _*���������%. "Bagan, a well known resident  here.  Dodd's Kidney Pills as a tonic ana  family medicine are without an equal.  When you feel tired and run down the  chances are ten to one that your kidneys sire at fault.  When the kidneys become cloggeu  or out of- order, the circulation becomes sluggish, the impurities are not  strained out of the -blood and the result is weariness and lack of energy  all over the body. Give Dodd's Kidney Pills a trial and see for yourself.  *  Several million workers In Great  Britain are paid on a sliding scale,  their wages going up and down aa  an index of retail prices rises and  falls.  I-"*   J  crnlty   prep at'.* i i   .f<>r   in\a:\t  '1 *, ;i .-ntd ii.iit.il ii in  PrtlVCt.     f'lV.Tt taali'-.  awl    Sr/.thiri-j   Synip*,   ������-**������])(--  in   arm:;   an-1   Cliildrcti   all   a*"*"*".**.  -., .-ilw;iys look lor the sign .dun** or   C^ua^*rx /<i������dc*MAA  ,,\\ <-.���������-. h pai-*-'"'--*.    i'liy.'eiaii*- everywhere recommend it,  Swiss* Alpinists Were  Fed From Airplanes  Fliers Unable to Land Flung Food to  Marooned Men  Food IVniii tho jtklefl in tho shape oi  corned ���������beet' nnd hard tack, dropped  iioui "tlrphiiit'tt in dully JligbtH ove.' the,  AIph, unveil Hit* lire*, ol! three SwIhb  AlpinJHl.H, who were mni'ooiH.d Cor  eight (luy.- by terriiic utornn. In a hut  on top ot Hie Itni'iiiu MouutaiUH, Thi)  Hini's-,, unable lo land owing lo the  deep flw.vr, flung the food toTlTi* Alpln*  Int.. uh I hey Hwotiped down over the  hut, They dltl Mil.- dally until 1lu>  iitoruirt abated and the men .were  leHctteil, "*���������  x  Proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for  Headache     Colds  Neuralgia  Lumbago  Rheumatism  Pain  Toothache  Neuritis  l Fnr ftaor-t Prtt*.-. ��������� M in.-ar-l'-t-  'nimnr-M   .'��������� .'���������" ���������.  W.    N.    V.    1DCIJ  ���������*Accept   only   "B-iycr"'   pfickaerc  mmmmmmmmwmmmtl m*mmmmmtM*     "*- |__^ia_llf._i������wi_il.i mi������������.iiMMwiial|*>*������'IiiWi il  which, contains proven direction*?.  Handy   "'Bay-cr'*  boxen   ot   32  tablota.  Also bottles of,21 and 100���������Brug-flBtH.  /���������"H"1" I" Mia tfmV amnrl; .rrc'-.-trr. it 3j; Ca::.*i*s5 or f.tQ'n Mnr.tirn--ti.H-- r������r M'r'.io-fjtfc-  Mtltlt'HttT ttif ������iiUt'ilt-*iit*lil (Attftyt Knllcyllc Aoia, '"A. H. A,"). WHIlt* It Uh wll kiiovrn  _hat Ataplrlii nwtiiii. )>i-j-<t mnniiraoritrta, (o nrnilut tli* piiblln tiKtilnnt lintlntlfitiiH, tlio *r'i������blt--ti  _4 _j-><-T Ct.5-.Hi_.uj-  tUU Ui *t������u-iH>������.a vtlth i-tulf ������������__eaa! tuj-Jti usurk, lie   "h*j������ Cr������j-*������."  sanas.^^ mm  i"V  U  4*  . TITT*.  . -R.TTVTTi-w,    ORFRTON".    "R.    C.  V alue Okt Improved*. Road  s  T  o Tlie Agriculturist And.  **r _> _*     o ^*i <������ *_      ~      _<"^|  Economic JL_ir_; dr the C^ountr  f**V*  Time is money, is an old axiom, and  one that is only .too true, says the  natural resources intelligence service.  Kspeciall3r do we appreciate this condition when we find it necessary, to  call in the plum be r0 the , carpenter, or  any mechanic of other trades whose  charges ai*e based! upon the length of:  time   he  occupies   in   completing   the  work required of him. The farmer's come tt> Cauada for holid ��������� purposes.  time also invaluable, and must be paid Tlle Natural Resources Intelligence  for by the consumer of his products. Service of the Department of the In-  II* he requires two hours to perform a toJ-iov is receiving a large mm. be? of  certain piece of worlc he is entitled to'  Tourists Leave Much Money Here  Revenue Derived From Touris Traffic  Is Not to be Despised  Many estimates are made as to the  j amount ot revenue derived from the  !. tourist traffic. It is soinewIi.it *an-  | usual, however, to receive a direct  [statement of expenditure by those who  be paid for the time consumed, and no  one will begrudge him his charge.  This applies-to his time in teaching  markets or in his other trips to dis-  pose of his produce. Under old highway conditions, when inud roads were;  'mainly the = only kind available/many  .. valuable    hours    were    consumed    in  reaching   the  tiestination,   "and   louds.'  " were limited in many instances to the  capacity of the team to haul the wagon  over the .poor roads. When any considerable distance had to ".be covered,  a start had to be made in the small  hours of the morning to reach the  market on time', and the return journey had to be started early, sometimes  entailing tlie acceptance of sacrifice  .������������������ prices in order to dispose of the load.  "Pihies have changed, however, with  the coming of good roads. Today he  can get over the same .distance in one-  half or less of the time he previons'3-  took, and lie can do it .with much more  comfort. He need not start as earSy  in the morning and he has a longer  time to sell his produce, while the  early evening sees him back home. His  day is consequently shortened and life  is made more enjoyabl e. An i llustra-  tion of what good roa.ds mean in actual caab. is furnished by a large dairy  company that collects its milk within  a wide radius. The company pays a  higher price to the farmers living on  good roads than* to those situated on  highways that are unimproved.      The  "reason is quite evident. It costs the  company more- in:time to������������������"collect the  milk on the poor roads.  Canada'has invested nearly'.$100,-  000,000 in improved highways, arid has  nearly 200,000- miles of good roads-;  Millions of dollars are being spent  Nearly to add to this mileage, and to  improve existing roads. It would-be  interesting to farmers located on good  road sif they would keep a record of  the time saved by them, and  of the greater loads thoy  were able to        haul over  the good roads.      It  enquiries for information y on canoe  routes, motor trips and holiday resorts, from many residents of the  Unitjed States. Among these is one in  which the writer wants information  concerning a canoe trip in Northwestern Ontario he contemplates making  this summer. He states that "one year,  when we Ogured put we- foutrd "vye 3iad  .left;.$3,700 in your good~prbvince of  Ontario, and I assure you it afforded us  all great pleasure to do-so."-This season promises to -be aii exceptionally  active one for tourist business, especially among the areas where transportation is almost exclusively by canoe  arid portage.  Australian Treasurer  y Dr. "Ear-Je Page, Treasurer of the  Commonwealth of Australia, who has  been visiting Canada. Dr. Page says  that as a, prime requisite to the development of both countries, Canada  should buy nibre goods from Australia.  Studying  Western  Canada  American *_.cholars..Ask Regina Board  of Trade for Booklets ������  "'It at least indicates tliat the-American -schools are commencing to pay  close attention to Canada, and particularly to the west," said .Secretary  Manager C. A. Cooke, of the Kegina  board of trade, in commenting, uponya  further flood of letters arriving in" the.  board ������of trade offices asking for booklets giving details of this province's  area, resources and other features.  . These "letters have been coming in  a steady stream for the past six  months, and arrive from states all the  way across the ccnintry. As a rule, a  j number will come from one locality, at  a time, and the school children are  evidently told by the school authorities  to write to Regina for what facts $nd  figures they require. .  Suggested Export Tax On Wheat  President     of     United     Farmers     of  Alberta Does Not Favor This Idea  "I cannot imagine any western farmer, or anyone who has the interests of  the farmers at heart, being in favor of  an export tax on wheat going into the  United States as advocated by the  royal grain inquiry commission," stat-,  ed H. W. Wood, of Calgary, president  of the United Farmers of .Alberta,  during an interview at Winnipeg.  "In fact," added Mr. Wood, "I can  only hope that no attempt will be  made to bring in legislation along  these .lines for, if tueh a tax materializes ���������- it will do considerable harm  to the farming community."  Inducements Offered^ By  CJanaaa To Tne Tourists  M  Who  T*_- 1  ,__-_���������  ClV GJL  "R--  Ajy  lotor  **>  Alberta Secures Natural Resources  Province. Now to Take Over Remal'"-  -fng   Resources   From . Federal  Government  Touring is one of tbe inducements  to buy the car and is one of the principal u-ses lo which it is put by a great  many owners. Distance is so easily  covered, that every opportunity is taken to see new  places and enjoy the  The  negotiations   between   the.  Do  minion   and   Provincial... Governments j benefits;-of the  good  roads  wherever  of- the natural resources j  for transfer  to Alberta have been finally completed, according to an announcement  made in. the legislature by Premier  Greenfield. The "offer by the federal;  authorities has been definitely accept-!  ed on the part of the province by the  premier. ' 7;  The province is to take over the remaining resources, and will receive a  payment of the amount of the present  subsidy, in lieu of lands, for three  years. The teims of this agreement  will become final _s soon__as they have  been ratified by the Parliament of Canada - and the Provincial "Legislature.  There are still a number of minor  details to be settled, but it is not  anticipated that any difficulty will  be encountered in this Kcspect.  Grazing _ Lands  Will Discuss Better  Border Game Control  On-  the  *  con-  it  For  Encourage Use Of Best-Seed Grain  Saskatchewan Government Will Assist  In  Improving Field Crops  The Saskatchewan Government will  assist agricultural societies    in    purchasing regis, tered seod grain, it is announced by Hon. C. M. Hamilton. The  object, said Hon. Mr. Hamilton, is to  would lead  to a 1 brin������ about the use of a larger propor-  greater appreciation of what this enormous expenditure means to them.  Discover   Valuable   Minerals  -Sa'agl'-al  Lepidolitis  '"Deposit    Found    Not    Far  Ivrcm Lake Winnipeg  Lepidolito, or lltliia-mlca, a njinoral  of the mica group, has been discover*  jed east of Lake Winnipeg by two prospectors named I-Ioyt and Johnston,  Investigations are being made to ascertain the extent of the deposit, and  if the mineral Is fouud in paying quantities it is -probable that plans for development will bo made ami a new in-  "clustry In Mnnitoba launched. Extract*- ol! the mineral are used for  medicinal purposes iri the form of lithium bh Its, and they areiulso used In  tho manufacture of coal tar dyes.  -Specimens* of the lepidolito illt)covered have been analysed by tho Mikon  Hemey Com puny. Limited, analytical  chemisth,���������Free Press..  tion of high-class seed and to improve  the yield a'nd quality of our field crops.  A loan of $100.00 will be made to  each of the first twenty-ftve societies  which make application. -It is expected that the societies will use their own  funds to the same extent to purchase  registered seed, and that this will be  used to produce a supply of seed for  lhe whole district.  To     Use    Saskatchewan     Lands  Stock Grazing  Purposes  Authority to issue 21-year grazing  leases on vacant Dominion lands unfit  Cor agricultural purposes in the province of Saskatchewan is given to the  minister of the interior by the gover-  nor-general-in-cou'ncil, .according to  The Cahada Gaze ..te.  Authority is also given to renew 21-  year leases now lield On condition that-  the lands affected are found to be unfit for agricultural purposes, and that-  they will be used* to the fullest extent  for "stock grazing purposes. v  ties  of Saskatchewan,  Manitoba  tarkf'ana. Minnesota   to    discuss  question  of better  border game  troi.^wili take place in the spring,  was^learned at Winnipeg.  J. S. Gould, Minnesota game commissioner, enthusiastically endorses  the proposed conference and its aiml.,  and has promised co-operation of his  department in every possible way.  The idea is to prevent violators of  provincial or state game laws taking  refuge in adjoining provinces or across  the international boundary.  Saskatchewan,  Manitoba, Ontario and  Minnesota to Co-ope rate in  Effort  A conference of game law authorl- 4 kolca and  the Bideau Lakes districts  they may lead. This is well illustrated by the remarkable expansion of the  American motor tourist trafiic within  the past few years particularly across  the border into Canada. Canada has  the natural attractions-, agreeable climate/^ big game!;hunting, unexcelled  fishing, waterways and scenery of  supreme interest arid other features  that make-tier w-ithout a rival in the  competition for the tourist traffic.  Canada's highways are now comparable with, the main highways of the  United States and are being rapidiy  extended and improved.  A study of the distribution of - the  enormous registration of automobiles  iri the trhited States* emphasizes Canada's position in regard to American  tourist traffic. Mbre. than 6.6S0.OO0,  or 43 per cent., of t!ie;tQtal cars s'e^ls-  tered, are b-vvned in states that border  on the great lakes, arid 7,370,000, or  7.5 per cent., are registered in the  states that touch Canada or the international waterways. New York state,  which lies within a day's run of Mus-  , Don't Overdo It  Too much pre-occopa.Ion .with yom-  stelf in bad for you. Do not glvu nil'  your time, to Introspection or- spejitl  too much ot it in looking In to'the mirror.��������� Voulli'i**" Cti.iutpnlon.  __:  Live Poultry  For Europe  Trial Shipment For Breeding Stock  May Be Sent to Great Britain  With tho^ object of building up a  market in Europe for Canadian poultry, tho Canadian Poultry Itecord Association at its annual meeting at Ottawa decided to aak the government  assistance In\the shipment of trial consignment*, of" Hyo poultry breeding  stock from Canada to Great Britain  and Europe during the coming year.  It was Ihe feeling of the meeting that,  tho advertising secured through the  sjicccMs of Canadian poultry at Barcelona nnd Wembley last: year -should  bo taken advantage of.  Shipments Refused  Much Merchandise Is Returned "Due  To Improper Packing  Neglect of packing regulations, enforced by the Canadian Government to  prevent bringing in of foot and mouth  disease, caused the return to country  of origin of large quantities of merchandise during the past few months.  It. is announced now that the refusal ol!  shipments packed In hay or straw, unless certified free from .infection, will  continue to bo rejected and shipping  companies will continue to suffer besides tho consignees, a a the necessity  is urgent of protecting Canadian livestock and agricultural Interests,  How Milkmen Deliver  Product In Alaska  Milk Is Fro2eri - Into Bricks and  Wrapped in Oiled P:aper  The milkmari. in Noine,^* Alaska,  doesn't worry about "Spilling his milk.  He calls from Jiouse to house and delivers a block of frozen ^reindeer milk  or cream equal to a pint or a quart.  A white cord frozen into the bio"ck of  milk serves as a handle to facilitate  delivering. ?,  , The blocks of milk and cream are  tlfstily wrapped in oiled paper looking for all the world like ice cream.  One feature- about the milk business  here is that so long as it remains frozen there is no deterioration in.- the  quantity or quality'."  Wheat and Population  and the Ottawa Valley, has 1,169,145  cars. Pennsylvania, which touches  "Lake -Erie, has\ 1,08S,3S7. Ohio,  which also lies just across Lake Erie  from Ontario, has 1,160,000 registered  automobiles.  Over  3,000,000   cars  are   owned   by  -persons who live within two days' run  of Montreal, while over 4,000,000  cat-  owners live within one day's ran of  Niagara, Falls.      Minnesota and North  Dakota,   immediately   south   of   Manitoba, have 462,777 and 102.S24 cars respectively,  and immediately  south   of  these   bordering   states   are   Wisconsin with 474,063 cars; Iowa with 569,-  3������S;  South TDaltota with 127,400;   and  Nebraska with 276,592 cars.  Getting away from the normal is the  ambition of every, tourist - and fn this  Canada offers inducements that will  interest the most -satiated traveller.  There is hardly a point-on the Canadian border that is more than' on-i  day's run from virgin and in some  cases almost unexplored country. It  is true that much of the hinterland ot*  Canada cannot be traversed by motor  car.'but the opportunities for a cahngo  of transport to that of the canoe, pack  horse, steamboat, etc., are as varied  as the country is extensive. On the  other hand, to the tourist who prefers  to stick exclusively to his car, each  province affords extensive roadways  through areas of rare* scenic attractions and abounding in large and small  game and ft-.h.  WET FEET     _*  ciiiiftr. colds'. Uho Mlnard'R, tho  great, preventative, Biuhu the  feel ln Minard's and hot watBr.  Splendid lot' cold ln head, throne  " or client.  An Irish politician wns delivering n  passionate speech to n mlxtd crowd,  lie had -suffered bad]/at tho hnnds of  one pnt'ticul'-r heckler, but at last Ills  chance came.  "You Ihlnk you're ..marl, don't you?"  nnecred the heckler, "Well, jtiHt tell  uh how many toc-s u pig has got?"  "Take* your boots off and count!"  whh the ll-rhtnlnt? re-tie.  \V,     !*".    U.    ir-Qfi  Circul-.ilno Libraries in Saskatchewan  During the year llli* 1 moro than 1.000  circulating llbrarleH were in oporation  Jn -3.is-l_a_tclu.wun, as compared with  | about f.Qf) In the previous! year. The  i average number of fanilllon rending  | each boojt wan 3 7.     More than hnlf a  million   m/luiii.-.*.   ������.i*j'������-    i-JViiululru    l...  at,  tlie'"** lEbrnrli'H diiilii)- the y<-������ar.  A teacher, trying^ to impress upon  her children tho impoHnnco of kind-'  ncss to animals, took them for a walk  in order to bring the lesson home to  them.  Hearing a scream from little Johnny,  she asked: "What's tho matter,  Johnny?" '  "I've been 'Mftlng on n wasp," was  tho ti>fu;l'ul response, "and I'm nl'rnlil  I've hurt the poor thing."  It's n good thing Homo raccH are  .lark .skinned. It inakon it'eaHler lo  dlHtlnguirth tho heathen.  Eastern  World  Wheat  Shortage  At   ������1.25  Wheat  Production    of    Wheat    Not    Keeping  Pace With increase In  Population  Official estimates made in Rome,  London aiui Washington place tho  wheat shortage for 3 92-1 at 400,000,000  to '140,000,000 bushels. Tho figures  show tho broad-grain crop last year io  have been about one-tenth below the  yield of 1023. It^ is estimated- also  that  tho  population   of the  world  in-i  creases at the rate of 12,000.000 year- l,rices w"ns laU1 at n,e Uoor  ly,"smd that tho total increase since jshortaK,e  1013 has been 12-1,000,000. The aver-j plus Trom  age world wheat crop from 1009 to over to next-o>ar would be very small.  1018 (Including 1013) was 8,743.3n������,OOoLMr- Osborne *.iW there was no real  bushels,   compared   with   3,300,00O.u0u  ������"or*s"s<! o!* oats 3n ,ho wor,t* ilt Drcs"  Miller Sees  Next Year  Prediction  of ?1.25  whent   In   1926.  if this; year's  crop is up  lo expectations, was? made in ah-address by J. A.  Osborne, milling authority of Ottawa.  The cause of the present high whont  of world  by the  speaker.      The  sui-  this   year's   crop   to   carry  bushels In 1921.-  with  -Toronto Globe  More married women are disappoint-  ed In love than s-plnfltevH.  'fW^f^im^^m^iiimm^''^^  For Your CoQldrsff  save worlc ��������� mpnoy���������time,  trouble and fuel���������and make your  cooking better.  Tl  na-rvf   4 . 1 fie. and  10 - 30c,  In Safe Keeping  "Come, Willie," said his njother,  "don't be .-.elfish. Let your- Utile  brother play with your marbles a  while."  "lint," pivjU.Hted Wll'ife, "he means-  to keep them always." ���������  "Oh, I think not."  "Yes," 'cause he's swallowed two or  them already."  ent.  If a roan -s-alutcs a reniale acquaintance military fashion inste.-ul-of lli'tlng  his hat It's a cinch lie is bald.  Canada's Gold Supply  Though only a small portion of the  Yukon Tin** been d'������x-el<r-j������ed, ?*!<",������\'*,''������(V  000 worth of gold bus been mined up  to date, amounting to half the gold  production of Canada, according to  George T-fHck, member for Yukon to  tlie Dominion parliament.  Your liver���������lu^ilthy <mt dogged, active  or clnaggish��������� makes all Uie difiterence  cheerful life and low       imfflfV  ^^  ^  j^^  R^^^L^^H ^_H_ymj^__[  ^^^KQBB Rhu^^ffl^^Qi  ^2^2' WSSS^SS E_-_L__r_i mQSSSI  ^^S&tr VSSmWmwl^    QJ^^Q^gP ^M^^ffl^''  Not Quite  "What  :i i*t>  Teach c-r:  Muvy'i"  Mury:  "They grow on eat*..'  Il'kllr-t'-t,  spiris-s nnd fail  tunc   To subdue  a stubborn  liver,   over  come  constipation, ditxi-  *-*ee**-���������  bilious     _______________  ness,  htiligmlkin,  headache   and  ���������**r -tijs  &i_9 __ _B      D     tQJZ^  m>        VHaaaa H<_a.*a**~  MM  TU  blue������ there Is nothing on earth bo jrood-  ���������������a������fiit������.i������ar,il''.#tl*l haaaaajl^lW    p������;i-,������.*������������ ������rjM-a*.^"iblC'  n f iiai[ira,aa.iltaiitn>laattitrg^jPMMIja-'tiWtrfl-i  ���������MMM  l������l-JWM,lU*������?Jlll*M!l--.'t*-TO  nttmm.>*������mmtw%t '   "'timffikWrnW  mmmnm  mmmmmWmttHmWKtm-  mmm THE  CRJ-STO-N  RS������SBW  __.  OGILVIE Goods are dependable  For  Miles in Chicken  House ������  and.  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C.  Subscription: S2-50 a year in advance-.  $3.06 toU.S. points. .   "  O. -B.-M-ArsBBm Editor and Ow_  Jas. Adlard   reported   a   year   of  splendid progress.    Since  ihe Bar  Cut Worms in the  Garden  use  in BOTTLES  45cc 25ce  GRBSTON. B.C.. FRIDAY. MAY;  Methodist -Circuit  Annual Meetins  i 431 AT* 1^4������ mTm\ tt Gmt  1  I  Meets THIRD THURSDAY of  each month at Mercantile  Hall. Visiting- brethren cordially invited.  ERIC OLSON, W.M.  For  Pianoforte, Organ ana  Singing Lessons  ta&h  AR2HUR COLLIS, Creston  P.O. Box76 ���������*���������'  "The most successful and happiest  twelve months I have spent- In tbe  ministry," is the way- Rev. Gr. _"no**  described the year's work of the  local Methodist, circuit at the  annual meeting at Ca.nvon City on  Friday night, at whiehlie presided,  aud which had a thoroughly  representative attendance from tne  three congregations ministered to���������  Creston. Canyon City and Lister.  Reports submitted from all departments of the church effort were  exceptionally encouraging. Not  counting Liister���������-which. is a TJ_iite,d  Church with 16 members���������the  membership at Creston and Canyon  is now 104. as compared with 81 at  the animal in   1924.    The   Canyon  Loyal Orange Lome, No. 2095 S^I^^f^^iS  the membership was 89.  185 fainiles figure in the congregation and during the pastoral year  240 calls were made; there were  nine baptisms (three of _them  adults), four weddings, and six  funerals. $  With   church     union    becoming  effective on June 10th   it   has been  necessary     to     have     the. church  property appraised,  and tbe  value  has been placed at  $5,975.00.    Of  this   $12125   is    reckoned   for   the  j parsonage and ground,   ������3000   for  the Creston   church   property, and  $850 for the   church   holdings   a'i'|  Canyon City.  The work of the stewards the  past year lias been so satisfactory  that at Creston most of the old  board are to serve another term, as  follows: H Gobbett, A. Comfort,  J. W. Robinson, E. Martin and  D. H. Linn, the Jatter being reelected recording steward. The  Qonyon steward is A. J. Anderson  and at Liister Mrs. Niblow will  serve in like capacity. 31 an ford  Samuelsoii was chosen as this year's  delegate to district meeting at  jVjr.-Kte.i-; af Amplication for Beer I Cranbrook, as well as the B.C. con  Certificate of Improvements  NQTJGtZ  Dome Fractional and Tea-Pot I^ractiorta* Mineral Claims, situate, in the Nelson "SS.ii.ing  Division of Kootenay District.   Whew? located:   On Sheep Creek, about seven miles  from S&lma  TAKE NOTICE tbat I, A. H. Green, acting-  as agent for A. Bremner, ITree Miner's Certdfl-  cate Na 68���������tt>C, and  James Bremner, Free  Miner's Certiflcate No. 69307-C, intend, sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining- Recorder tor a Certificate of Improvements  for tbe purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of  the above claima.  And farther take notice that action, under  section 85, muft be commenced  before-the  issuance of sach Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 28th day of February. 192&  A. ���������_������. ������REEN7  60VERNMENT LIQUOR AGT  License  Notice Is hereby given that on or after the  8th day of May nevt the undersigned intends  o a-anlv to  the Laiqnor Control Board for a  ct of premises being part of the  license in  oi Kitachencr. Group One. Kootena-y District,  XftUaon IjuiaJ Ree-iRtraflon TMPtfrict. in the Province of British Colombia, for the sale of beer by  the clasa or by the open bottle for consumption  on * -"  this 2*th day of AprtL 1925.  day of Apru, 1925.  JOE "LAVAI-aLBY. Applicant.  PROVINCIAL ELECTIONS' ACT  Creston Electoral District  Notice la hereby given that I shall, on Monday, the 18th day ofMay, IU25. at the hour of 10  o'clock in tho foronoon,  at   the  Courthoutte.  Nelson, hold a sitting of tho Court of Ho vision  for the nnrpose of revising .he list of voters for  the said electoral district, and of hearing and  determining any and all Dejections to tho re  tent'on of any name on the said list, or to tho  registration an a voter of any  applicant for  registration; and for the iwirposft-a ttet forth in  rhe "Provincial ICioctiomi Act.1*  Dated at Nelson, B.C., this 0th day of April,  lfiaS' J. C A HTM EI*  Registrar af Vote���������, Creston Rlectoral  District.  Light mmf Hawy  Shoes MotMo  to Ordor  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  .....������������..__  ference which opens at Vancouver  early next week. In addition Mr.  Samnelson was also named circuit  exhort er.  As   Methodism   disappears,   and  the United Church comes into being  next month there w:as  an informal  discussion    as   to     the   operations  locally of  the   new   denomination.  A census has been taken of Wynndel and Kitchener, as   these points  will   be   taken   care of along with  Creston, Canyon   and   Lister,   the  opinion being-that one   man would  be   responsible     for   Creston   and  Wynndel,   which would be   a self-  supporting circuit, and   the second  man would be   responsible for Canyon, Lister and Kitchener.  The report of the Sunday school  at Lister was submitted by Mr������,  Millington, and shows a staff of  three teachers, with 32 scholars  enrolled, and ar. average attendance  of 20. Collections for the year  am on 11 ted to $25.  Reporting for   Canyon   Sunday  school     the     superintendent,      M.  1 Bamuelson.      expressed      a     deep  appreciation of the lino  work done  for three years by   his predecessor,  W��������� K.  Searle, who la now at BeSl-  vne, Alta,,    the   scholar.*   showing  their appreciation at  Christmas by  sending him a leather writing  case  and hooks.    In tlio winter  mouths  the school had shown an enrollment  an high ft* 83, bnt t.b������ usual   mom-  bership  is   70.   with   an   average  ttaaa aMM Mmm m������ W Jti__.tft*  -������S BSmS JStijittBiSara'iffl- j5v___i_F___ BBS  Shoe and Harncaa Repairing  ton     campaign    in   January   the  enrollment had risen to 93 but prior  to that it had   been   60,   with" an  [Continued dn Page 5  /  riimer Foot-wear  9  Children's,  Misses9,   Ladies-  Boys'  and  Men's  See the latest in Crepe Soles;   Colors:    Brown  and White.     Canvas uppers.  DWA  '.Window Screens and Screen Doors���������all sizes.  Wire Netting, 14-inch mesh,. Galvanized and 'Bla������  SEE US FOR FISHING EQUIPMENT.  Fresh  Fruits  and  Vegetables  in .Season  Dr^ Seeds  rocBFies  if  For the  ummer JVeat  buy  tson 's  for  Men, Women or Boys  tn  Vests,   Drawers,   Bl6omers9   or  ^^iion  CRESTON MERCANTILE COMPANY  LIMITED  Oriir|l'ni^viff"Miii-at!|lliill.i  ���������*Ss*W'"*'-t������|������^^  mpmmmm^tmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmMimmmm  aal������_i*���������i���������-iMiiMiiiiiiiaiirwiiiiiiiii-  i  -|������i_..J *-f__f**>  ~MV** **____. Mamfm "tMnk. _���������___***"        ****"__���������_*"���������**���������__. <>*_II_*I'M"*,1__.  ���������55.    ^LJ   JLvJ-L- JlvJL  J_j_i   _fi_"C  POR VACATION TKAVESl-i.  ft,i,ii*i',"i"ift'::,.'' v "\ \  On Halo -Dally���������May 16 to Sept. SO  saps  On Sale Dally���������May 22 to Sept. 30  On SaKDaUy--May 22*to Sept. 30  Pacific Coast  Eastern Canada  _ '*f       ��������� M.      ���������fl    ���������_ M.      _.  United states  atatHtfllUMUOO C������������    'I'*.       ConwutvloniM  I m*l  totnllod flirt,  ami   $(18 of this, had  been spent on   papers.  ffor  the Crftston   Siiiicli*yv>ohot������{  CRESTON to���������  Vancouver..   af J 7.(SO  Victoria ���������.     37.O0  Smattl*  ���������_._..     37 .60  CRESTON to  Toronto......   Ottawa.*.'. . ~  Montrmal _  .. S1J0.9S  ....    1313.20  ._.  i2o.������&  CRESTON to���������  MlnnaapoU* or St. Paul.. $69.20  Chicago......  *    -83.20  Nmut York  ..:. 144.00  l?������tO!?OIIilTIO]NrA.TIEJ 'FAR.ISS.'a'O   CrrjBQEQXi:   FOINTS  ������.!/ill>i������'������- oi.  'Jt"*ll-<H1 'jiVtullIM Liaaiay,  iiacJatttMat^  THB TRAN������-CANADA T^I'IVIirlriSn  Fa������t Om Lux* All Simmping Car Train tJFint Train may J {.)  full Information an<������ Litmvatmr* front any A^nat of ihm "CANADIAN PACIFIC"  *��������� B^y'-F***^ Sl|^(#*f  .    -1-���������~��������� i .--'.-' SV**HMHk k   ogk  '     _____MM_>'    __.' * ^^^^������   __��������� 1_ ____________ -  |)Jt4iPMl^^ ^^Kl|*N^^># IF?  11*. -  WSsSSbSi  awaaa  '.*V,   a.  /     f  T3_L_.. Cjet>Tt-!������S_:0_i'  iijii-. mssfw  SIX FU-LI. BAYS  OF  Education, Inspiration, Entertainment  __i���������  17    10    Ifl    911       !������������������*#-_   41    *1  iiiii|_������f9-C0;-C3fau9 yuiio h������  Methodist Circuit  Ahmial Meeting  f Con tinned from"_*age 4  average attendance af 44.. The  Bible class had a membership of 37  and an average attendance of 16  and during the year had contributed $82, -whilst collections from the  other classes had totalled $85. A  feature of the attendance is that  the boys - almost .equal the girls in  .numbers.  , Mra Se*Srle reported for Canyon  Ladies' Aid, stating the membership was. 23, and the monthly  meetings had averaged an attendance of 1ST. During the year $173  had been raised.  For the Creston Ladies' Aid Mrs"  Goodwin reported a membership  of 29, with an average turnout at  the monthly sessions  of 20. and for  Purity Chick Feed and Milk Mash  ������  HAY���������Alfalfa and Blue Joint      ���������  ascoi  _Jftl������  8 llflf  VltAS-MA  -aiiamo  4a  ill  ������54  i il  *_"._������.__  TntiaffeSfil    SI*  ilTJI  tun  iitpRlilS  _ a  1*1.  e  f  luron-  wi  ON SALE IN A FEW DAYS  - ���������___  i-ocai^andi Personal  r_.  the year $529 liad been  --aitjitsu.  taking a 10. 12 or 14-inch share.    It is necessary to bring in the  plow or a well-fitting, share as. a pattern..     -Price-,  fitted, $.40.  FIN COULTERS fit any plow, $1.40.  Purity, also Ogilvie's Royal Household and Famous Flour  mmumm%4  PI  1  B  i i.b ui.i  j  The May session of Creston board of  trade is called for   Tuesday   night,   at  in thm Matter of the Estate of Malcolm  ^sg>SSaSUs Qssssssds  Tenders for thetmrchas-Tof Lot' 24. Part ot  Lot A. laot 112, .J-Mckscm., Kootenay "District,  will he received  by the undersigned.. up. to  ' noon. May 18th, 1925.  On the premises are Fruit trees," 0_tb���������i_d-  ings, etc A well-built house and some furniture. Quantity of stove -wood, etc, including  nttS-tabs-* at poles.  -'- Maybe seen ������_  application to PrQ-vtecia*>  _PoUee, Creston, E.C.  Terms of sale, Cash.        *.  Highest   or   any   tender   not   necessarily  "^ JAMBS H. XtOYIt-L  Official AdminEstrtteop.  Nelson, B.C. May 6, 1925.  ��������� ::. synopsis OE.  LAND,Cr.MiNOMENTS  wuicu iiiin.it-i-.ri in vunueciaiuo  Associated - Boards convention at  Cranbrook on the 19th and 20th will  foe discussed. All members should be  in attendance.  We have 7QD0 transplanted Tomato  Plants foi--sale. .They are the earliest  tosaato known, --being five &������ys ahead  of the-Sarjiannrt. They are perfectly  smooth, symmetrical, and the grea-itest  market toppprs in the world. T. M.  I!!dmo__<*"Ron'' Creston. "*  The Ladies'Guild of Christ Church  are having their usual conntty fair at  the Parish Hall on Saturday afternoon*  May 16th. with a sale of produce,  conking, aprons, plain sewing etc.  Afternoon tea will also be served,  along -with ice cream. .    -*  Mrs. .Knott     reported     for   the  young people's   work   at   Canyon,  giving the Spworth .League   membership as 20,   of    which   14 ^were  girls.--> The meetings had been well-  attended and- so far had been largely social in iiheir   nature.     For the  Creston .League Miss Edna. Holmes  gave the enrollment as 46, and the,  average attendance ^.s   30, but she  was not   quite   sure    whether   the  League effort wag   more   successful  than the line of    work    the   young  "people   handled so* well   before the  League was tried out.  ���������For tho Mission Band Mary  Goodwin reported that 'under the  leadership of Miss Alice Comfort  the membership was- now 19., and  that for the year they girls had  raised $87. - The boys work���������Trail  Rangers���������is in charge of H. Gobett,  and has an enrollment of 16 mem  bers.:'--'  The financial statement for Can-  The  Saving  Habit  Saving is easy���������It Just takes a  little detfern-taatto-a. to get tbe  habit.  If you Wiii oaSy* d������rexl-iiij._ t������  save a certain ana. each, week,  *"-���������������*-.a**! rm,m\mm\ *%*%].*��������� ���������_���������%. ���������������������-"-_ ^_������        a*feAAA|-nA a_*������������ *_-  4������ai-\a    o-a~-ft-*t~-KK    m.-ur   j������ w.5.    aisoviT^ _***   *������  surprisingly short time there  will be a substantial, sum to  your credit. Try it! Open a  Savings Account at this Bank.  -Eft _%, 1WI  4!9  C3RESTON BRANGH,  C. V. AIIANa -    '.:<k.kk::rkAk\AA.,.  -Manager.  More. baby, chicks are coming into  Creston this year than at-any previous  time in -its histbi-y. and at the Barrecfj  Feather Poultry Farm: W. S. MoAlpme 1 y<>" was  read  by   A.  J.  Anderson,  ������-       - -**t,   *-* '  vui/  7 PKe-EfvaFTiOKS  Vacant. unreserved, surveyed  Crown lands may bs "pre-empted by  Brltlsh subjects! over 18 years .of-.age,  and by aliens on declaring intention  to become- Britisii subjects, condition-! upon residence, occupation,  and Improvement for agricultural  purposes. .  Full Information concerning- re_n-  atlons regarding pre-emptions Is  given in Bulletin No. 1, Laand Series,  "How tb _***e-������~ipt Load," copies of  which can be obtained free of charge.,  by addressing the Department , of  Laands, Victoria, B.C., or to any Oov-  einmeat Agent.    ���������_, .-���������:"!" ���������  Records will be granted covering  ad suitable for stgricultural  purposes, and which Is not timber-,  land, i.e., carrying over 6.000 board  feet per acre west of the Coast Hang-"  and 8,000 feet per acre* east of that  .Range. .-...-���������  Applications for pre-emptions ore  i u be addressed to the Ltand Commissioner of the "Land Recording "Division, in which the land applied for  is situated, and are made on printed  forms, copies of "which "can pe obtained from the, Land* CommlsaLoner.  Pre-emptions-must be occupied fbr  five years and improvements made  to value of $10 per acre, including  clearing and cultivating at least Ave  acres, before a Crown Grant can be  received.  ' ..'��������� For xnbro detailed information see  the:   Bulletin     "How    to    Pre-emp1  'liana.'* '���������'���������'-!';" -.  -;..y;::- :������������������.���������:-PURCHASE.-.;.,..       ������*)    .  Applications are received for purchase of vajcant and , unreserved  Crown lands, not being.' iimberland,  for agricultural purposos; minimum  prloo of first-class (arablo) land Is $6  per acre, and second-class (grazing)  land $8,60 per acre. Further Information regarding purchase or lease  of, Crown lands Is given In Bulletin:  No. 10, "Land Series, "Purchase and  Lease, of Crown laands."  Mill, factory, or Industrial sites on  timber land, not exceeding 40 acre*.  may be purchased or leased, a.*-.** conditions Including payment of  stumpage.  * HOMESITE   LEASES  1 Unsurvoyod arora.**, not **-������ro^edlnnr M  acres, may bo leased- aa horn eel tos,-  conditional upon a dwelling bolng  .erected liwtho first year, title being  obtainable after residence and lm-  |provemcnt oondltlona are. fulfilled  and land baa been surveyed.  LEASES  For grasing and   industrial    pur-  ������  poems areas not c*tceedlni. <Ml> ner������s.  mny  ho l*������-i*i������i1  tb-j*  mi**  n������r-i'-n   or  m  comnany.  -GRAZING  Under tho amsing Act the. Province Is divided Into grasing district*  and tho nungo administered under a  Grasing Commissioner. Annuo"  grasing permits are Issued bn������*d on  numbers ranged, priority being glvon  to established Oawneurs. Stock-owner*  may form associations tor range  r.mm__..im������.Y.a.. IIWk.. or p*irtln.llv fro#>.  Dwrmltu ore availabl* for settlers,  tampers and traveUerw, up to ten  fteaa.  h ts enough orders booked _ ahead for  Barred Rock chicks to t*-*.ke care of  production until almost tbe middle of  June.  The C.P.R. were the-last to observe  clean up day, giving the yard the  necessary attention at the first of-the  week. That-*, the village residents  made a good job of it. is indicated in  the fact that a total of 26 loads of  rubbish was hauled to .the dump on  the flats.  Creston 'Indians are having their  usual May pow wow at the Mission on  Sunday afternoon, j commencing   at 2  who showed receiptsf rom collectio"ns4___j  and guarantees of $235 for the  year^in addition to which $80 had  been contributed to the. Barton  campaign expenses. At - Lister  only loose collections are taken, and  these had totalled $27 for the year.  -For Creston F. K: Smith  reported that including the amount  paid Evangelist Barton the givings  were almost $1200 for the- year^  and this did not include a little over  $300 which was in   hand    for. the  A.*i.t������-1-.  ,J.n  tT-M.V...  '  , a������ .*aa,#  Ferry I church enlargement,    nor   another  and Tobbacco Plains are coming and  the affair promises to most pi*etentiou8.  The whites are invited to witness the  spectacle. '    !  Cow Fob Sai_b��������� Big red cow without horns, fretshened April - 20th- gave  10 quarts of milk a^day at her best last  season-on pai"i ure feeu ������n'iiv. In-jpectetjl  last June and found free of tuberculos-  I is. . $80 with calf; $75 without calf,  f.o..b. Wynndel. 07 .1. WIGEN,  Wynndel, B.C."  C.F.R. Supt. Flett waa here on nn  inspection trip on Friday last, looking  over some improvenients that have  been made to the residential quarters  at the depot. He is well pleased with  the operation of the workjtrains this  year, which.are averaging' almost a  trip a day in excess of last yenr'seflort.  A fill of ]_00 feet is to be completed  thia seat-on.  Creston's cheniie.il engine li-ns arrived  and the commissioners had the  machine set^up on ' Wednesday, and  certainly it has every appearance of  being a quick action Are extingnisher-  Now the engine Is ready a meeting is  called for Wednesday night, May 18th,  at"8 o'clock;"in Spoors" Hall for the  purpose of organizing ii tire brigade.  All men are asked to lie present.  Miss Denton, advance lady for the  1025 Ohnntauqun>v.waH hero on Friday  and outlined the programme that will  be presented .ut Creston this year, tbe  guarantors all agreeing that It is by  tar the -nrsoet ntlraetlvc of the flve -"Pen  ^ere to date, music being especially  prominent. Tho local guarantor.! ure  to meet on Friday night to organize  for the putting on of, Chautauqua  which opens on May 27th..  Tuesday's dailies carries a despatch  from MooKejnw, Rusk., (-.nlling of tho  fUul'tnir of the hotly of TaoitiM Koeriig  and a companion on the O.P.R. tracks  ! at Anervii'd ih** day |-������icvEoii*j.    K^-enlg  $70 spent on the shed and putting  on another -chimney after the  Decern bef gale.  roSlf "kaa  tf   -���������������������*������    4LT.m  easily achieved if ybsa have created s? strong ally iii the shape of a  Savings BanV balance.  It gives courage ra present di������ficuldLe-3  ax-d con_.det3.ee for tbe fintuxt.   7  No beginning  ifr too  small and   do  aim too Kigb_ -.'.  Open- -atx atccimt .*--���������������**���������--���������������.   7      *-������  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Csspical Paid Up $20,������00_4XJO  .  R.������secve Bond $20,000,000  Creston Branch  ������ 1    ,'B  BURNS & CO., Ltd  MEAT MERCI  rSANT  S  had. papers on hiin indicating he had  lately l.pen at- Creston and enquiry  elicited the fact that he was a cousin  of Mrs*. Kl-'iiit, and had worked in the  Valley most of the winter, and, had  only left for the prairie teri  days 11 go.  For the six months ending May 1st  the Mr Alpine pen of Barred Rocks in  the egg-laying contest at the experi  mentul fiirm ������t Agassi/, is leading all  the fanciers' pens in that breed, with ti  a total egg production of 083. Last  week the local ten birds had a showing  of 63 eggs, five of them laying every  day, three with a showing of six eggs  and the other two five egg** npiece.  ,, At the annual meeting of the Metho.  diet church, including Canyon nnd  liister, on Friday night, reports, submitted showed the 12 months just  closed to be the most satisfactory in  the history, of the congregation, both  as to attendance and gain in member-  f-ihip, as well' as financially. D. H.  Linn was re elected recording steward,  and tho board of management f<n' this  year Is B. Martlii, H. Qobbett, J. W.  Robinson and A. 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IRWIN HASKETT, Hope Bldg., "Next door to the . ��������� 7 - -  IS EfQln St., Ottawa, Ont," Canadian Patent Office'*  ���������^HVa  F"  ,-\ &Hpmance of the Spanishjtfa in  ' *-__���������***&  'CI?  RAFAEL SABATJNI  CoDyt-'shiar---. 1922. by R������f������c_ S������Dj������-.r.t  '.CAPTAIN BLOOD," a Vitacrap-. gktttre with j: Warren Krrng^  is the title role, Is acf adaputfon of this thrilling novel.. .  SYNOPSIS  full  hour  "before   the  time   appointed  . .        for sailing, when a canoe brought aii.  Peter Blood, a voungIrish physician,   ._������..,, --,    x     r. ��������� . , ���������     ,    .,.7*  is sent to the Barbadoes as a slave ^n- j alongside La Foudre and a brUt-caste  tier orders of King James.      There at ��������� Indian  stepped  out  of her  and .went  iie was  uie   nearer  the  behest of A  of the military    commander.    Colonel   of a foiled scrap of! paper for Captain  Bishop buys him.     A Spanish galleon, *  under Don Diego ***f> Espinosa y Va'dez,  captures the city. Blood saves Mary  Traill and Arabella. Ha? leads his  fellow rebels-convict  Cinco Llagas and captures the ship  r.nd Don Diego. Don Diego betrays  ��������� him and navigates the ship to Kispan-  iola, where bis brother's ship is In  port.      Captain Blood binds Don Diego  w.o the mouth ot* a cannon and offers  t2ie Don's son, Esteban, the alternative  of seeing his father die, or to tell his  uncle that  ail   is  well  on   board   the  ' Cinco iilagas. The boy accepts and  they visit the galleon, -where the youth  makes peace with bis uncle. They  return to 'the Cinco Llagas and young  Esteban learns'.that "Blood had tricked him; his.father was*-dead when the  fiody was bound to the cairn on. Blood  *-ails for Tortuga, tho rendezvous of  liiecanneers on tile Spanish Main.  jjci uascui .  CHAPTER XIII.���������Continued  That night Levasseur slept on board  his' ship, which, -with characteristic.  flamboyance, he had named-'La Foudre,  and there on the "LOllowing day. he received a visit    frotoiT Captain-., Blo.odr  whom   he   greeted   half  radck:irigry7as  -     .���������iv- - ���������  3*i,3 admiral. Levasseur entertained  his admiral to dinner, and jointly-fhe_-  drank success to the expedition, so  copiously on the part of Levasseur  iliac when the time came to separate  he was as nearly drunk as ir seemed  Iiossible for him to be and _ el retain  his understanding. Captain Blood  was a little heavy-hearted. I have  said that he was a judge of men, and  his judgment of Levasseur filled him  with misgivings, which were growing  heavier, in a measure, a.s tin.  departure a -.preached.  JL L������������       COJUieiiL*-.       .ILIVLJ?        UB  roughly translated thus:  My well-beloved: I am in the Dutch  an board the*- yJr5g jongvrouw. whicli_4g about to  sail. Resolvred to separate us forever, my cruel father is sending me to  Europe in my brother's charge. I implore you, come to my rescufe. Deliver me, my well-beloved hero! Your  desolated Madelon, who loves you,"  The well-beloyed hero was" moved to  the. soul of Rim, fey that passionate  appeal. His scowling glance swept  the bay for tin** Dutch brig, which he  knew had been due to sail for -Amsterdam with a cargo of hides and  tobacco. He roared out the question i  in his mind.  In answer, the half-caste pointed  out beyond the frothing isurf that  marked the position of the reef constituting one of the stronghold's main  defences. Away beyond it, a mile or  so distant, a sail was standing out to  sea.  "There slie go," he said. '*'  The -Frenchman- gazed and stared.  The half-caste  shrank    terrified    bo-  1"j must    perforce    condone    it,  since it  j "wouldythen be too late to protest.  j     Within, the hour the  Arabella  and  , La Foudre. were beating out to sea to-  I gather.       Without  understanding   the.  ���������change 7 of    plan ..involved,    Captain'  ^Blood,  nevertheless, accepted  it,  arid  weighed; anchor before the appointed  time upon perceiving his/ associate to  do so.      .  All day the Dutch, brig was in. sight,  'though by evening she had dwindled  to" the merest speck on the northern  horizon, - The course prescribed- for  Blood 'and. Levasseur lay eastward  along,: the northern shores of Hispan-  iola. To that course the Arabella  continued to hold steadily throughou-.  the night. When day broke again she  was alone. La Foudre, under caver  of the darkness had struck away to  the northeast witli every rag of can--  vas on her yards.  Cahusac had attempted yet again to  protest against this.  "The devil take you!" Levasseur  had answered him. "" "A ship's a ship,  be she Dutch or Spanish, and ships  are our present" need. That will suffice  for the men."  Dawn, found La Foudre close on' the  Dutchman's** heel's, not a mile astern,  a,ud the sight of her very evidently-  flustered the Jongvrouw. They sent  ..gi warning "sfliot across her bow. The  .Jongv.rouw veered, showed them her  ���������ruddier, and opened fire-with her stern,  chasers. The small shot went whis- j  4ling through.La Foudre's shrouds  with some slight damage to her canvas.  Five minutes after that they were  board and board, the Jongvrouw held  tight in the -"-hitches of La Foudre's  grapnels, and the buccaneers pouring  noisily into her waist. a  ���������mum  HrADACHETBILiOUSNESS  7-^t.lN'il..G._^  i"  o  LITTLE  HELPS  FOR  THIS WEEK  Her inconsiderate brother might have  ruined that romantic scene but for fhe  watchful Cahusac; who quietly trippec  him up. and then trussed him like -������.  /owl.  (To be continued)  Turks -Taxing Bread  Taxing loaves of bread is the latest  method of raising funds adopted by  the * Constantinople Prefecture. All  bakeries are hound under heavy pen-]  allies to stick.five para (about'half a]  cpnt) stamps on loaves" to indicate*  that they have been controlled as to.  weight and quality. The prefecture's j  object is - to y protect the _ consumer j  against Low-grade bread. j  He that hath no rule over his own  spirit is like a city that is broken  down and without walls.���������Prov. xxr.,  28.     ���������* '    .."������������������ y '.'   ���������  Real glbry  Springs   from  the   quiet   conquest   oE  ourselves;  And    without    that    the conqueror is  nought     J  But the first slave.  ' ���������Thomson  Rest not In an ovation, but in a  triumph over thy passiojls. Let anger walk hanging down tbe head; let  malice go manacled and envy fettered  after thee. Behold within thee' the  whole train of thy troubles, not with-  . out thee. Chain tip the"uniraly legion  of thy breast, lead thine own "captivity  captive, and be Caesar within thyself.  ���������Sir  Thomas Browne.  ::Fp;i^!u:r:^  EMULSION  ^!77>'r;.i^^7tn7!;!-!-!:;  ' ^fcai^!*!"f#^  hour of  CHAPTER XIV.  Levasseur's Heroics  It   wuu.'i   b������-   som<:wlif-ri'   about,   ton  i������7-loc|-   on   t-li'-   following   morning,   a  tall  ��������� rial  mmim OSRL'S  XPERI  ������-.    -.^  tdftr-;  The   Arabella  l h-  Is.  Read How She Found Help  in Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound  Amprior, Ontario. ��������� "3 muat write  and tell you my experience with your  medicine. 1 waa working at the factory  for three year* nnd br-rame so run-down  that !J used to take weak ftpella and  would be at home at leant one day each  week. I weih treated by the doctors for  anemia, but. it didn'ts-eem to dome any  p-ood. I wa������ Told to tak*. a rest, but watt.  unable to, and kept on petting worse.  I wa** troubled moHtly with my perriod.i.  i would .*-'������-iietime*i fiasB thr**"; months,  und when it. ran.*- it would last around  I wr> w-reka, and I wnuldhavesuclinaini-at  limt-i-a.n my ri-������ht si-fethat I could hardly  .v_"l'. I -ini only 1'5 ^cutu ot ugu utui  weij������h 11 ii pound.* novr, and before tak-  i*nj.( the VVjj'-.-i*.[������*. (Compound IwrtHonly  I (>8 pnund.i. I wu- Bi<:kly for two yearn  jiind moine of i/jv friei'd.s told ine ubout  ],yriin R. fEnkii'-m" Vep-etab!a* Com-  pound, and wli*������n 1 h������4 taken a bottle of  It I felt .*��������� chitnp:'', My mother ban been  takine; if for a different ailment and han  I'mintf it Vf-ry t-iatinfiictory. I wn witling  I'i f"'l! -frirtnr!:-i :<.}.xy"1 thr rr.fdicir.-r" r.nd  lo answer lettor.*- n^kinp* ahotit it*" ���������  KUb-* IIa'/i:i. HiMtMiT, l!'.x !<)*>,Arnprior.  *t.)n.!arjo.  A day out en ch week -titov/H in the pay  -nnvtrrlo*,*'. ft" you are troubled with -u>mtt  nvf>rikti-f)-i������. intiieated by a run-drtwn (.on-  rlilion, liri"d frelint/-*, pnini- nnd irr*������jfu-a J iru,.  1'nrii.v. If*f, Lydia K. Finkham'st VoK/.ta-  bin (Compound help you. C  and   La  Sea  Foudre   Out to  ili-vil, will   deny us?"  I u-������-t-ri ���������.iniii'/t-bfril. and  \\  i,ii;������j  fore hi., fury.      "Tl^'ji up ffnehor, and  let us after ilu,* Dutchman," he cried.  ""���������.l.t'Luly. captain. AVImf'.s thai.".'"  Tliere wsi.-* a reslralnlni* hand upon  his siiouldiM*. and the broad lace of his  lieutenant, (.._.hu.-ac, a burlj*. callous  Ih-t-ttin Hcoiinilrt'l, v.*i-is. stolidly con-  t'joniluK him. ".V Diilch brig':" Haiti  "lmpt>HHihIt'! W'r should never  iliownd,"  "And who ilit.  Le, ayh.i-iir wiih In  fury.  "I-'or one iliini., iliri-i.-',-. your own  f't'i-'W will Lt- noiif ant willing. For  artoilu-r. ilii'is-',-:  C'lplfihi Itlood."  "I   fai'f: noiblng for  ..upliiiu  ltlood."  '���������Hut It 3-- ii#���������<������������������ ������������������-,-���������-ir'.v lluit you .ihoult!.  JU- linr tin- power, the \wb_hl of in<.|nl  and of nit it, and. If I luiow h-lin nl all,  :'e|v-iut- vvltij tbe Huif'li, lie had hbs  own view.-- or j I'ivaN'crii'tr, thl.i f'aip-  :;������in I'l'ood. ;i . I svamr-tl you."  ...a--'!   -ink  ut   l.ifapi-i-  bi.'ii  .Mtfi't-i- Intt-r-  ("ui".*.lii.. In lib! j-r-ul, a������i<l evr-n lin-  -ule I lie UIJ(-||(,J- v,.������.-. w t ��������� i m 111 ��������� 11, tlte a������_i-  ;-i������r laiion ir.������o v.bb-li he bad enter-"-*!,  in- wa���������'. already i lu������3- In-* wayu of eva-  ���������ilon U'Ii.ji < 'uhiiHac linplh-il wan  Mloral w.'aiihl ni'\a c {-uff.-i- vlo  U-iX-f hi U< ilniu- in hi., pit. ciici- to a  Hurt hitian.       ('.ul  ir  uiljdji   hi-  done \n  iti:-<     at ll.-lt-llCt' ,       alllll,      lll'illl-      llltfle  . The Dutchman's master, purple in  the face, stood forward to beard the  pirate, followed closely by an ^legant,  pale-faced, young gentleman in whom  Levasseur recognized his brother-in-  law elect.  "Captain Levasseur, ibis is an out-*  rage for which you shall be made to  answer. What do you seek aboard my  ship?" '  '-  "At first I sought only that which  belongs to. me, something of which  I am being robbed. But since yon  chose war and opened fire on me with  some damage-to my ship and loss of  life to five'of my', m^n, war it is, and  j-our ship a prize of war."  From the quarter rail M.ademoiselle  d'Oregon loojked. down with, glowing  eyes in ..breathless wonder upon her  well-beloved hero. Gloriously heroic  he-seemed as be stood towering there,  masterful, audacious, beautiful. He  saw her, and with a g-Iacl shout sprang  towards her. The Dutch ni_istei' got  in his way with hands upheld to arrest his progress. Levasseur did not  stay to argue wiih him; he was too  impatient to reach his mistress. He  swung the poleaxe that he carried,  and the Dutchman went down in  blood with a cloven skull. The eager  lover stepped across the body 'and  came, on, nis countenance joyously  alight. Bui: mademoiselle was- shrihtc-  ing now, in horror.- In a bound hor  well-beloved was beside her. But she  still shrank even within Ills embrace,  which would not be denied; a. look of  dread had coino to temper the normal  arrogance of her almost perfect face.  _   "Why, why did you kill hiiii?*.'  He laughed as a hero should; and  answered her heroically, with the tol-  franeo of a god for the mortal to  whom ho condescends: "He sfood-bo  tween us. Let hit. death be a symbol',  .a warning. 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C.  ! cTkeMmne���������lean\  **��������� *N  GILLETT'S   PURE  FLAKE LYE is the  first-aid to homo sanitation. Nothing: equals it for cleaning* out  -  einka and. drains, cleaning ereaar  -   cookiner utensil's,  keeping ' floora  clcsKi els.   Get s casa front your .  eroccr.���������:..>'It wiii avre you pach  hsru IbuoS:.   ! .',-."  ���������Of fi !_Jit_J.ii_--   1     1: %3  100% PURE FfeAiCg  X iCIaims **World,s  Record  For Political Service  Ex-Premier of Italy Has Had Fifty  Years Of it . .  The octogenarian ex-premier' of  Italy, Giovanni Giolitti, has entered  the field as a claimant of the world's  record for length of active participation in political life, at present generally credited to Clemenceau. Signor  Giolitti has had fifty years of it. - It  became known that although 83 years  old, he is still planning his* life far  ahead, as recently he sighed a twenty-  five year leane on the apautment he occupies in Rome. Giolitti, being one  of the chief 1-eaders of the opposition  against Mussolini, and perhaps the  man who will step into his shoes when  eventuallj--he fall^-tlre^news has ciius- j  ed much sagacious comment. Signoi  Giolitti first entered parliament forty-  three years ago and has been a domin-  rtnt figure in Italian politics singe he  first became minister of the treasury  in the^Crispi cabinet thirty-six years  ago. Born in Droneroh in 1842,7 he  has been premier five times.  Conducting An Expenmer.":  HAD   BAD   SPELLS  ITH  HER   HEART  A drop of ten francs a'ton in coal of  all quantities, is . reported from the  Centrals-Belgian coal fields.  Germany has signed the;: drug convention with the reservations there  will be no recognition unless she is  elected a member of tho central board  of control.  The Turkish Govejrnmeht.' it is announced, has decided to accept the invitation ol the League of Nations to  participate in the pi-Oposed��������� Geijeva  conference for limitation ... of armaments. _,, .  A thirty-live thousand ton Canadian  National Railway order for rails, and  an immediate extension ofYoperations  at the British Empire Steel Corporations steel plant at Sydney, N,S., have  been announced. *  January productions of automobiles  in Canada and the United States  amounted to 212,90S - passejrtger cars,  and 28,00-1 trucks. The Canadian proportion of the total was 8,301 passenger machines and  1,540 trucks.  Mrs. C. Martin, R.R. No. 2 Orillia,  Ont., writes:7���������"I have been troubled  with my heart for a long time and very  often had bad spells *with it. I would  take fainting spells, and my husband  had to have somebody to^stay with  me all the time. He got me everything he could think of io see if they  would  do me  any good, but nothing  seemea to help me.     One day a friend  German Professor Will Try to Develop  Soul and--Intellect in an Ape  In   the    home    of Prof. Pfungst, of  Ta* vQT_lrl"iivt*-        fie'*t"������ntv       a,   voim-?    nnti  hairy ape,' broad of ch&st and'bow-  legged, each night" is given a bottle,  rocked on his nurke's knee, and then  tucked warmly between the silk quilts  of a dainty "crib.  Pfungst is conducting an experiment  ,!��������������� ltilnlilg    IaiiJ   *������P^", -������-.  Lixaiaji 44.U.   ojic^a"  men, whicliv acts mentally like a human jjeing.., Berlin scientists have  "been told by Pfungst that the jungle  infant so far has! manifested an inclination to do ais the Romans and has  started sucking his" thumb,  "I hope7 with time," Pfungst said,  "to develop .in h**n a soul "and intellect."  "Anti-Narcotic Convention  Success With  Corn  By   Jas. fo.    McGregor,    Glencarnock  Stock  Farms,   Brandon,-.Manitoba  - (Part 4)  More value" ean.be received from the  corn crop when put into the silo"~than  in any other way. The silo heed not  necessarily be an expensive one. We  find that the trench and pit.silos produce agf good, or better, silage than the  more expensive upright silos. The  pit silo costs but very little and there  is no danger of it blowing down or  freezing. The trench silo, costs  nothing but the labor involved in digging the trench. More of these  trench silos are being built every year  and from all reports are a great success. ���������:{-,/ '..- ^.   . .   "���������.'.  In filling our silos we aim to cut the  corn in short lengths, inch or less, and  are careful to see that the light and  heavy portions of the corn are; well  distributed ^and packed. It is false  economy to try to save on the labor  When it comes to tramping the silage.  Especial care should be taken, to keep  -.1-%.-.   '-..-a.-.-- .,-__., ...     ._. _,    ' rrtt.t:.-.  -.ne  uutw*   t;wj;!_;S   wen   t_r������,_"XJ-J"<.. Atixs>  excludes the air and .'thus';.prevents  mould and also makes it possible to  get more in a silo. If the silo is filled,  in a short time'It will always settle  considerably and it will, pay -to--refill  it ih order to.tako advantage 61" the  full capacity of the silo.      7  "When the fJlage-" stands for any  length of time before .it is "fed, some  of the corn on the top will;'spoil if allowed to come in contact -with the-air.  ���������   ��������������������������� ,  ���������- .. -.-'.  ���������    '-���������-': .:)������������������.���������       ������������������������������������:���������        ���������'������������������:  This  waste  may  be  elinwinat'ed  to  a  "*"-,  7   BABY'S COLDS  Chndren'sjJelicatqcligestions are easily  disturbed by too much "dosing." Still,  the little ones' cold troubles cannot be  neglected.  A^ the very first sign of croup, sore  throat, or any other cold trouble, apply  Vicks VapoRub over, the throat and  J chest. There is nothing to swallow���������you  just rub it on. Colds go over night, croup  s usually relieved in 15 minutes.  Will  Control   the'   Export   of   Opium  Through Law  was in to, ree>ie ahd advised me to      The   anti-narcotic   and  opium   con-  tvy . ���������  . " ' " vention. was adopted in its final read-  MrfRITRN*4**--.-������������������' inS  by  the  international  opium   con-  lrllLoUX\I*l _> ference without including in the con-  HEART   AND   NERVE   PILLS,   i vention any mention of ������thejprinciple  My husband went and got me two!that tlie  production  of-tipium, should  boxes, and after the first one was  finished I felt like a different woman.  I cannot recommend them enough to  all those who suffer with anything  wrong with their heart or nerves." y  Milburn's H. & N. Pills have been  on the market for the past 30 years  and are put up only by The T. Milburn  Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont.  "All druggists handle them."  One of the most effective vermifuges on the market is Miller's Worm  Powders.-. _ They will not only clear  the stomaph and bowels of worms, but  will prove a very serviceable-medicine  for children in regulating the infantile  system and maintaining it in a healthy  condition. There is nothing in their  composition that- will injure the most  delicate stomach when directions-are  followed, and they can be given* to  children in the full assurance that they  will utterly destroy-"all. worms.  Disapprove   Of  Plan  Proposal to Make Drinking Bars More  "*        .Attractive is Frowned On  be limited to medical and scientific  needs. .:. The French amendment, however, was adopted declaring that the  contracting parties undertake to enact laws* to insure; an effective control  of the production, distribution and export of raw opium. 7 __*"'  Cold on:.tte:;;^!est  Best Treated This Way  When   the   throat  is   sore,   and   the  Proposals .to make London's drink-1 chest is  tight and full of congestion,'  Fortunate Delusions  Tho public last month bought $io0,-  000 worth more, of provincial saving  certificates than they cashed in. The  notion thai nobody is making "any  inoney in Alberta those days is a delusion. So is the notion that nobody  is saving any.���������-Edmonton Bulletin.  ing bars more attractive by decoration and improved lighting effects .have  met with protests from many people,  among .them Lady Lawson, who contends that brighter "pubs" would tend  to increase, drunkenness, especially  anjpng tjie women.  Tlie United Kingdom Alliance condemns the brighter bars movement  as "designed to catch the young people." /'"  Mrs, Annie Buesnel  If one I;--* troubled with corns, lie  wilt find in ilolloway'-. Corn Remover an amplication that will entirely relieve suffering. %,  Super-System Of Radio  May  Be Able To Talk To Some  12,500,000 listeners ._ ���������  An eventual linking into a pei'man-  ent hook-up by means of telephone  wires ot' stations in eighteen cities for  simultaneous broadcasting of programmes rurnished by station WEAF,  New Yofk, ^s contained in a plan for  a super-system of radio broadcasting  announced by the American Telephone  and y.'olegrapl.1 Company.  /The new project- proyidos that the  connection bo available every night  from S toll o'clock.  -- It was estimated that a speaker's  voice, carried over the broadcast system, would become audible to 12,500,-  000 people. ���������  something strong enough to, penetrate  through., the tissues" must be applied  quickly." To get the quickest results,  apply good old Nerviline. Rub it in  deeply; it won't, burn, otblister, but it  will bring tlie blood to the "surface,- wit!I  draw out the inflammation and subdue  your 'e-lel and make you well in a  short time. No other liniment so  potent,.so strong, so quick to bring  soothing and relief as reliable old  "Nerviline." Nearly fifty years in  use, and sold-in most countries  throughout    the    world    in  large 35c  bottles.'-  :.,':,. ���������-i- ���������; . ,      -, .  " Coming events that are calculated  to seiiarate. people from their coin are  always "heralded by an advance agent.  certain extant if care is giv,en in finishing off the top.. The top surface  should be"-leyelle'd off, tramped well  and -tben ^covered ':with a load of cut  straw and chaff. This sliouldybe^vyell  wetted" down and tramped. .If oats  are/planted on top of this it will help  still more to exclude the air and save  the silage. A few loads of. sunflowers  blown on the top' of the silage, make  an excellent*-covering, because they  are heavier and pack better than the*  corn.   ���������'   :*���������>'"..' , * ..- :  If you have neArer grown corn, plan  to grow some this season.      You will  find  that the  most enthusiastic  corn  grower is the one who has* been at it  the   longest.       He-knows   that   corn  I land will yield as good pi* better than  summerfallow and has found out that  it does not pay to have black summer-  fallow producing  nothing,  when corn  can be grown on this same land at a  profit.  'Corn, alfalfa and sweet clover mean  more arid better livestock and this  means that your operations will be on  a nriucli more .profitable,and permanent  .basis.   '. *������������������'.'���������       "'������������������ '".'������������������.  Aii Aiiies Eligible  To  Design  Memorial  Competition For War Monument  .- Carries  Prize of $3,000  Under the conditions of competition  for ft. national 7 commemorative war  monument, wliich the:��������� 'Federal Government proposes to erect on Connaught  Square, Ottawa,- at "a cost not exceeding ? 200,00*0, architects, artists and  sculptors-resident'in th'e British Em-  pirej."who are British subjects, and also  -those who are citizens or subjects of  countries "'' which "were allies of the  British Empire ' during the wav, are  eligible! to .compete.  ;The successful competitor, or joint  competitors, will be -awarded the sum  of $3,000.. ;..jkk\'k-y , . .". -',  ,ge temperature pf Great  Britain - has risen nearly. 1 \$k degrees  during the past half-century. January is now nearly three degrees  warmer than" it Wras."  .MUL  . ,v;,,7Best-i^';3b^^s;;,r.  .-.-.-! ^Distefnpeit-, "^hfcEyey  : Inf iiietiz^i v Lai3ryrigit is'-, ���������  Ca.taartval;!|^v������tv!Epi^  SpoHS^f!_nie7*ttGoS  DISTEMPER  COMPOUND  Criticises Conduct of ~ France  Muscular Rheumatism Subdued.���������*  When one: is a sufferer from musculai  rheumatism he cannot do better than  tb have t������e region rubbed with Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric Oil. Let the rubbing be brisk and continue until ease  is-secured There is more virtue in a  bottle of it than can be fully estimated.  A Shovel Wedding -   *  Shovels repTaced swords in a wedding march tit London! recently.  Friends of q^tlock. laborer and ....his  bride held .up ribbon-bcdeckcd shovel.*"  for the bridal 'party as they loft the  church.  Contrary to British Idea of Honor Says  London Paper  Franco is the richest nation on the  continent; she has been, and is, passing through a period of prodigious Industrial and commercial prosperity;  and while she has shirked paying a  penuy of debt to Great Britain, she has  been, pouring out money oil inflated  armaments, including submarines,  aeroplanes and aerodromes, of which  Great Britain is the most obvious, If  itot the only, target. By no possibility can her conduct be squared .with  tho honorable standards which the  English-speaking world upholds, and a  cpmnioiiVriendly effort should.be main*  to induce her "to vocUty^it.���������London  Daily Chronicle.  MONEY ORDERS  Send-a .-Ltomiuion Exprejss^Ionejf 0������ier.���������'���������  They aro payable-."eVerj-^where.    ;:���������'*".  r&'  ������������������.Volfo'H Photo Studio/  ADVISES NERVOUS WOMEN  Chatham, Ont.���������"Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is the best tonic  and nervine that I -have ever taken.  SeVcral months ago when In "a rundown, debilitated state of health, it  ���������waa Dr.- Pierce's Favorite Prescription that restored ������*���������"- to r-nod hen hit,  and to it 1 owe my splendid health  iif todtly."���������Mrs. Annie Buesnel, 41  ICdu'ir" Sta  '. Health is of-vital importance to  every woman. Do not neglect the  most valuable asset you" have. Get  this Prescription from your neighboi-  ���������jiood druggist, in tablets or liquid, or  send 10c for trial pktf. to Dr. Pierce s.  1 -ilttarrttory* in   llrid������*i*1iiirofj   Out*  W.     N.     U.     !.>(>*>  Succeeds In Difficult Feat  The Hon. Imogen Gronfoll,.tlie 19-  year-old daughter of "Lord and Lady  .Dosborough, has covered herself with  gloi*y at St. Moi'ltz by ruccobs fully  negotiating ���������the Crest a Run, It in a*f?  exploit seldom attempted by ouo of  her sex.  Minard's Liniment for Colds  Want' famous-Plane  Japan wants to Keep the Argentine)  round*!he-world nlrpbme whloh re-teb-  ed that country in ItH atte-mptod globo  encircling flight. It would bo placed  on exhibition in an airdrome ut Toyko.  An ingenious machine for pitching  baseball, which will, throw any. of  tho curves n. man can throw, 1;* operated by rontprof-Hed nlr.  Mlnard'a Liniment Flno for the Hair  Cuticura Heals Pimple  s  On rising and retiring gently smear  the pimplea with Cutlcura Ointment  on end of the Anger. Wash off the  Olium-ait in five minutes with Cutlcura Soap and hot water. Continue  bathing for (tome minute^ using  tho Soap freely  Matvarala Kar.lt Yraw Vf 1������������I1.      Aalilt-oaaa  r!������^a..ll������t������  llaiitat:   "Cutimi*. f. O, Ho* aflit,  BSau.Lriwl." |  l'rla'.������'[_:-aiiaaia...,-, ulaai.iaa������..l. tJ, aattaa uaa, 'i Miiuaual u.c. |  m Trj. o������������r n#w Shm-ing Slick.       J  'After eatln������ or smokinA  Wirlglary"*- freshens the mouth  ami. sweeten-tT the breath.  Nerves are soothed, throat Is  refreshed and digestion aided.  So easy to carry th"** little picket!  Baby Monoplanes  ���������Price'Will Soon Be Within the Reifch  ���������   Of All  13nby  monoplanes  measuring   li   to  .16 feot along the wing surface, unci  ranging,  in coal, from  .-.100  to  ?2,00C������.|  soon will be manufiiccured by the An-j  deVtfO-^Aoro Corporation' of*America,  according'- to an  tmnAuncenient  made  by"t1iu firm.  The ilium, h will'curry imported 10  hoi'Hopowor jiioLiii'h and **������ 111 hv. euit-  h true ted of duvalumlnum. It is chilnu-.il,  nnd will have a speed of 7(3 miles an  hour.  Protuel-'lhe child from tlm ravuxes  of worms by using "Mother Grave.*.'  Worm ICxtt-rmtoiHtor. Ir is a Hta**itl-  nrd res������edy, ami y<",.r.-. -"if Mja- lmv.> vx\-  hancod^ll h reputatIon.  Q-after ettery meal/m^f  GIN PILLS!  TOR THE     -  If T T_ TSI1? Y Si  JBL m- atflL JBmJF    t*mm     ll    atffi   _f      ������J8L       \KmmW  Deranged Kidneys  may in time lead  to serious illness.  I������ you delect any  symptom take Gin  Pills. They \% ill  relieve you.  I  55  ,mi*1**kmmWVm+mimmW*mmm1Wm*mamW*  Tfiieher.���������-"In    Tact,   chjhlivn,  qnll.e possible    that    thorn    are  It    i-t  men  in     tho    niooii."      Lit.Uu.   .lot*.���������"But.  plonn-' loachev? what l������������������eonie.< ttf th*ni  whon I hero lsn*l. any iiinon?"  l-'or  bore  'throat  0*������e  ment  ivtittaru .   _n.������  ITMt   NEW   rilKMOH   nKMiKDV.  THERAPION MO. 1  WmmZ.Wmm^m^m\mPWm   mTmrnU. Jm  TH6RAP1ONN0.3  ,    Ha. 1 for UUiUdef Cjat*rrli.   Ho. *i tor jllooU <W  !    Skin D������������e*������e������. ������o.3forChronlcWe������kne������������ei.  j      t,^>a.! ��������� it \ i ItJ.^-.tiii-'a ..,^.a. i. ,"������'.r t'--'. "*'"''-". ***  J������***MiVi"ii'i" tcTtV.-n "1  Hii.w I Si-i, l'.,Tiajar)N iu.Oh I  ������MM   ItUMIkH >i a- *) i. N������ v-   Vu.'-lt CUV.  *-u-w^ajjt^,aw>^53jjSyAaSB^'i^ViK A Pipture With A Thousand Thrills  ��������� -  The picture that millions have seen again and again, that more  millions will see; that-you MUST see; that you are_sure to want  to see again even if you have already seen it once* or even  "twice, before. ~  Griffith's Classic Of The Screen  Mrs. Morrow got back at t.he ead of  the'week from a month's visit with  friends at "Waldo and Bay-fifes.  Cow For 'SAit-s���������Grada Hoist-sin.  freshened May 4th, and heavy milker,  S**75.    D. -Learmonfcb, Creston.     *  GRAND THEATRE    :   TWO NldHTS  Adulfc������75c.  Children 50c.  SPBING TIME! IS KODAK TIME  Local and Personal  aVuwrc-"  Tennis and Baseball  Goods  Fishing Tackle  Peptona  Sulphur and Cream  of Tartar  are all SPRING  TONICS at  CRESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE  'Gar!Gad of New Ford Gars  Tourings - Light Delivarios - Runabouts - Trocks  1 Used Car, 1924 Model Touring $G00.00  1 Used Car, 1924 Model Touring 450.00  1 Used  Car, 192.3 Model Touring 27.5.00  These Used Cars are re-conditioned and are in first-  o\mm ohfipe���������and are guaranteed.  We can give you  good terms  on all  Car*���������NEW or USED.  E__i^     ^RHf    ^s^BL   H^S ._ ^jgia, 85 ������^!S   ^^^S.   _5!^_!r     ^S^^   ^fi������j3   m**"*  ���������������-    5==     mm    mt    wm m>   m, *a_pr *m* W   m\ m%  m\   tt   M "**.   ���������_���������  K. S. BEVAN, Prop.  Exclusive Ford Dealer  mmmmmmm  3������3 tssa^w._saua������a^atf^  Pigs Fob SAX_---Seven week*- old,  36.    G. Davie, Canyon.  Fob, Kent���������Five room house, nicely  located.    Apply P. B. Jackson.  For Sai,e���������Airedale dog puppies  hunting strain.    J.  B.  Holder,   Eriek-  son.    ������������������  . Lawn Mowgb Fob Sa*lk���������Used only  a vory few times. Enquire' Review  Office.  Fob Sale���������Mt-L'iiighlin Four nnd  Ford curt., goitig cheap. Guy Browell,  Canyon.  Oil, Stove Foil &a*L"~���������-Perfection  oil burner, thtee holes, $12. Enquire  Review Office.  Mra. Henderson was *������ visitor with  Spokane friends n.few days Just week,  -'returning on Saturday.  Wakticd���������Will hii-t* steady work  horae for a few Wonka. State price,  A. _>. Pochin, Canyon.  Srwimc. Macoinu: Fob Salb���������Cabinet B^win-j* machine, good ma now, $15,  Enquire Review Office.  For SAI,B~-I,arge drag saw, circular  naw and gasoline engine, almost new,  Dowd. Cannaday,.. Llnter.  Don't miss tho nhtafror screen production, "The Birth bt a Nation." at tin-  Grand May 15th ahd 10th".  JVJih. (Dr.) Lillio of Blairmore,  Alberta, is a Crouton visitor thin week,  Lhe gucf-t of Mrs. &h<_rwood.  Mien "C'lllnm. C'-.tpj-aTlnfite-.n war, a  vlaltor with Nelson friends a few days  thin week, leaving on Sunday.  Mra, J I. Ohi*.-������t,ltt ia --pending a few  ivt-okf. with friend������ In Porlliind,  Oregon, leaving on Tueadiiy.  _..T'P   fc'll   AtllBl   Int.    *������l1l*M|-*t������V JllatNa" hntm  been it-nued for  150 motor corn by tho  .'.i"U..  U..t������.������-tJj    3,ta.4   |.i-at>������ iaacijt4t |t.<tit;t',  and tin* call for driver*a li������*en->uf. im just  a little im -���������T-rfw-- of thai total.  Pi&s For Saue���������Orders wanted for  renins pi~s. ready May 8th. Mrs.  raness, (Alice Siding) Creston.  -Vrtos-S For Sa_k���������Purebred  White Holland turkey-., laying. Enquire Mrs. C. O. Rodgers, Creston.  Fob. Sale���������Good work- horse; Also  milch cow due "to freshen tn n few  days, $50.    Apply C. B'air,' Creston.  R. B. Staples was a business visitor  at Calgary and Lethbridge, Alta., a  few days this week, leaving on Friday.  Mrs. Dave Dow of Cranbrook was a.  trisiior with Mrs. 5. W. Dow a- few  days last week, -returning on Monday*  __Pianforte music lesson's given at  Kirickson, _ -junior and " intermediate  pupils solicited.   Mrs'. G. *W. Harrison.  APP.LES FOR SALE���������Delicious, at  $22 bos orchard run; or $2.50 box for  Fancy grade.    W.J.Truscott,Creston.  FobJSal-k���������Two rolls poultry nett*  ing, $1.50 per roll. Also one barret  spray pump.    W. K.  Brown, Creston.  . See V. Mawson for your Ashing  tackle. Be is giving two prizes for  the largest _ios.it and   bass caught this  season.  Oo���������s For -Sale: Milch   eo������v*.     one  just freshened, and two others that  will freshen shortly. John Sherwood,  Creston.  Mrs. M. J. lieninger was--..a. visitor  with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cameron at  Cranbrook a few days  the fore.pai't of  the weeka ';���������'-���������'���������'-���������'-':"'  The whites are invited _to the pchv  wow the Indian**! are having" .at: the  Mission on. Sunday afternoon, from 2  to;-l> o'clock. ������������������'..",      ,7. y '"_;  .'.  V- M������*v-_can Annni-nceg that he will  give ��������� the two prizes* .previously  announced hy--Ma.wson Bros;, fdr the  fishing season of 1925. ;       -  ;������������������ Fob; Sajle���������- Van San and Par������pn  Beauty strawberry, plants. Also  Earltanna tomato plants. "R. Stewart  (Alice Siding),  Creston.  Parish Hall���������Com mend n g M ay  1st parties wishing to rent the Parish  hall must make reservations with Rev.  H. "Varley at the Vicarage.  Up till April 1st this year's revenue  from motor licenses at Creston is  almost $500 in excess of 1924. Up till  J*ily 1st *-"F0rd license is $12,  - Brunswick and Columbia records  for sale by-yV. MawsriO, who also has  the agency for Tip "top and Res Tailoring Company made to measure suits.  Creston baschall team played the  return match with Yahk at Yahk on  Sunday afternoon and were again  defeated, the score this time being 0 to  13.    - ~ .   '^ .  i ' - 10  For cash intake Creston provincial  p >iice office had one of the biggest  months ever, Aprii revenue totalling  almost $2000, and of this $1884 was for  TfiTitor .fees. ..;  - Mrs. Benney. who recently refcnrned.  frora- Nelson, is how occupying' the  house on the ^.Oook ranch, Mr, Cook  having  moved into his* new home at  the first of the mont li. ���������"  .-_*- .  Several    thousand    dolliirs of   new  capital came into  the   Valley   at   the  first of the-week,' v,hen   the* fortunate  owners of Victory   Bond-,   started   to  cash the May coupon!*.  Major Mt-llandaine left yesterday  .for Cranbrook and Fernie,.accompanying S. Jones i-f Vlc.toriji, JMusonic  grand innate, who is on an official visit  to the Kootenay Lodgea.  as?-s  L������  tons %->  Products  I have taken over the Wat  kins Agency in.the territory  from Kitchener west, and will  ba calling oh fche Watkins  customers on and af cer MONDAY, MAY 18th.  I will also have my stock on  sale every Saturday, commenc  in������. -May 16th. in. the shop  formerly occupied hy Alf. .Nelson of Creaton Valley Prodnce  Company, one door, east of the  F. H. Jackson store.  ���������  V. MAWSON  CRESTON"  y  TOIWATO PLANTS FOR SALE  From select seed, $1 per box of 35 to  40 plants to the box,, size 16x22x4  inches, shipping ' weight averages 30  pounds to the box. Get your plants  so they.fceep growing without stopping  when you* plant them outsider Price  per 1000 plants on application only.  O. J. WIGEN, Wynndel, BO.  RANCH FOR RENT  Nicely located at Wynndel, 20 acres,  with six acres cleared and tqjwarter acre  in stra w berries. - New hoiises,- plenty of  water,and best of ;soil.. :Will -ttent for-  $200 a year. ��������� Apply Jas. ;ManneriPO,  Sirdar, B.C., ".- .,.'..''""  ���������b^AS^^^^ C.E.  '"';,- ENGINEER   .ARCHITECT  SURVEYOR  CJEtegistercd]  CRESTOW,  B.C.  Anglican Olturch Services  SUNDAY,  MAY   IO  CRESTON  8 and 11.00 a.m.   .    7.S0 p.ni.  .'. Machine made  sox   for  men,   pu'JwT  wmvllen   knit,    75c.   per.  pair.      Also  chiij'renV stockings to St from 10 to 2*  years of age,. $1.50 per pair.    Mrs. G.  W. Barriabn, Eriekson.  For" Saturday   night   the   Grand   is  showing   the   always   favorite   Mary  PicUford ih oneof her biggest screen  successes, "Teas of theStorm Country.*  Regular prices will prevail.  WAHTBI>---Retail dealer wanja to  get in touch witli fruit jprrower .wlio  ae!3s direct to the retail irade-on alt or  part of the eeacaon'S' requirements.  Write Box 9, Crossfield, Alta.  $5.00    REWARD   for   information  leading to recovery of grey 'ninre,  about 1800 lbs., invisible brand on left  shoulder, old scar- over kidneys. L.  T. taEVEQUE, Etlckaon, B.C.  Rev, G. Knox left on Tuesday' for  Cranbrook, where he io attending the  quarterly meeting of the Eat-tKooten  ay district- of the B.C. Method it. b  conference The lay delegate from  this circuit is Man ford JStiiunim-lson of  Canyon, .who will also attend the conaa  ference at Vanconver this ye."������i*a  I Sit mLWl \\j,nLVKUL\tI  Destgac-d and built to deliver'Twenty Thomaaridl Miles  of tvouble-free  service without a  major ^jiisinaeut.  V|������g||, fcjja     ^4 gy    tea| Jim   , >m  \gtX0rft   *^||gm  H������-r>irp|aii''r*������*i*  OH HVROLKT -MOTOTlOAllS AND  TRUCKS  ' M������fiA'U6HtaIKr41UHD._C  ���������* ��������� ���������:" . OAKS : -  -jitBimaiimi^-ajaiijiiMaB  I  ���������1KS3SSSSSSS  W&lSmWM

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