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 ������_~n~_i  *?      . -        J-; ."-TJ     *-  '.-*     -  -"-���������")-'*<   "';>t, ���������; V   *_JS!,-.J ,.^i'<-'-.'-������, ^-'*'rf������,KJ.'^*aSJTS._l      . -.  -:   "-C    <-        -.        ,"V.<-i /���������     _ ' .    r '     '-'-'-.,   '       ','.'-- -*���������    -1 "���������'.?������;   o    - 7-  5SIijiiMtu������������Eaia-i.jiiwwB������w<aa  -   y.,A"M  *-    --, "���������*."��������� t-*f-  *������  iU  &**  6*  Provincial "Library  ap!25  /  v<^;Xs-rar_  OlgESTON, B:C, FiilBAY, MAY 1, 1925  *arv^t-  V%r������-r������tw  /-"  No. 11  i      _���������.*���������������-.*     ������**_*������������ ia     tit?  Creston on Sunday * for the baseball  match between that town and Yah k  in which the latter won 16 to 10.  Wnai. Strong is the latest Kitchener-  ite to become an autoists,. having a  few days ago purchased the Chevrolet  f rons Mrs. iaanglois.  Geo. Reece of Cranbrook, who was  in charge of forestry fire patro! wore  last season, ia to again be in charge at  Kitchener this year, ahd will be on the.  job very shortly. ���������__  Ths necessary inspections h-'vo-heen  made of tbe Kitchener and McConnelj  Hotels hut up to the first of the week  no beer license, had heen issued neither  of them.  A third beer license has been applied  for a&Kitchener by Joe Lavklley, who  is to occupy the Langlois building and  will'have   it   known   as   the   Russell  n<\������aal - - ���������  W������ O. Davis was  a business visitor  at Creston on Thursday last and has  taken out a miner's license,   and   will  -prospect in this section this season.  In common with other points in the  district,the Kitchener roads were got  into good shape* real early this spring.  Bngineer Ramsay is expected in this  week and we should have some definite  announcement as to new work to be  done this season.  The bajsehall backers had a very  successful dance in. Hunt's Half on  Saturday night which will probably  sett ths treasury.about $35, Atthe  last minute the Cranbrook music was  t*ns*3*e to coiner and! Creston orchestra  had to be secured, which made the  dance a tittle late in gettnig started  right. _  the old buildings were entirety' inadequate.  The M. "Wigen mil! is shut down at-  present, due to an unfortunate mishap  in operating last Thursday. .A. lever  on the carriage was accidentally left  osst too i&v and when the carriage was  returning empty the lever caught in  the saw breaking a big piece out and  necessitating shipping the saw to  Vancouver for repairs.   &   ..Mrs. 3. Pascuzzo and daughter,  Rosey, were visitors with Cranbrook  friends a few days the latter part <i������t  the week.  Rev.! JEL Varley-is due here on Sun  day morning for Church   of  England.  -au-rs_>*5jr*4XK->  ������__���������  G *__������.J-   *fitf*_ *___ ���������_������_������^ _*..  .���������-  ���������   m .wvw   ���������������,������/   w  ������*ft������V������     IViUU   KM  \Zm%Jt?ti.m  I  ^ District engineer W. Ramsay ,was  through here on Tuesday in company  with ^Superintendent Davies, on a tour  of inspection of the roads east of here  to Goatfeli.  Sid McCabe and son, Robert, were  Cranbrook visitors a couple of days  early this week. , *  The work trains hauling fill   to-   tne-  Creston Beaten  ^ _1_ kftm  J_9SU3f5JQ?������a.IA  m*  opener  Creston opened the baseball season  on Sunday affcerno*3tn when ;fche- local  nine stacked-up against fcb>_r old time  rivals from Y.ihk^'nd were forced to  take the short end of a 16 10 contest in  which both team'sl-played considerably  below form, particularly-in the fielding  department.      ~' .   ���������  Creston* used two pitchers. Charlie  Holmes and "Leslie Boffey. and ffor a  first start in fast company both gave a  good account of themselves, the large-  __������2S y ������_* +*aS VfflKfcT- a������inn wvt- S-wmS-...  mm. ������w     w������.        ������.���������������������. ��������� "'^   "        ���������-..-.-w       mm..pt      w������ tgp^  entirely chargeable .to the box Work,  Holmes was also prominent with tha  hat and along with Argue and Fleming.  who also had good days witli tha stick  and on the field, Were the pick- of the  local talent* ,    _  ���������  In   order   to   win   Yahk" found  consider  the    balance   ~heet   on  year's operations   and   elect   the  ^ii������a������f������l-������_������._!       T"_       T  the  1925  ���������_������*��������������� 1 *_-Vt������-\������ ���������fa.Stt,  aWMaValVa UUVI40"O  retiring- president.  .Mr.   and   Mrs.  chlIdt?5*S5 ' of    St;  James   Finlay   and  Paul,  who  spent u few days here following* the  funeral off the former's mother on  Thursday last, have returned to their  Minnesota" home.  and   children,  who  it  2   .2**?*S___?_f!_2_*     -STi**-******    t **    ^W������ ay_-__.|v_tra_w   -vtvCI  l-L/*4aaVIC-*l  # ^-i,    *-_-���������*--     *T������_ la. m.t -^  ttr^r   -*ww *ur ������*->������.������& ���������"*!������  time than ever this year, three round  trips a day being not uncommon.      *" -  Mr. and Mrs, *ftoy_-t Proctor entertained-on Saturday evening at cards,  .music, dancing and games, with.- a  delightful lunch ^served about midnight. The guests numbered about  forty and all had a most enjoyable  evening..  pitc'-.er with Wyeliffe last season, in  the box after the third innings, and his  twirling" was one of the outstanding off  the" Yahk playing. At centre field  lievi gavjtt about the best exhibition of  outergardening ev^r seen on Creston  grounds, and at hitting Brogan and  I_ewiswere ihe most prominent. The  -score follows:    --*-,  -   Mrs. Yerbury  have been at the tsume eatrsv st  K lock man n all winter, arrived back at  LtistP1-* a few days ago, and will be  remaining for the next few weeks.  busv  All   the    ranchers   are  with  "i"!"-; operata<i������b mm tire u-<u_b generous quantities off v������-getablet* are being  planted, although it is not expected  there will be any surplus after local  needs are taken caie of in the fall.  Public school inspector Manning  was here on Tuesday oh his usual  spring official visit and found the  school m a splendid state of efficiency.  About 35 pupils are now enrolled.  tr w..w  tmsmtim  i mm**.  Hiiersmn  The- baseball  JSteviii  "i- V--'-  put  month.   ^. *���������*--  gronnds,    nesU-    the  th0>'3__iidd1e;  - - -  .x;  <*-f" the  Mr. GUiam and .two associates  arrived: in from Spokane som^daye  ago and have gone tip to the claims at  I_sadville for Another season'^ work.  They are hoping to he .able to get out  quite a quantity of "ore; this season, for  treatment at ihe Trail smelter.  Rev. Mr. Qihsor from Saskatchewan  is announced to take the Presbyterian  service here on Sunday afternoon.  Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. Moore, who are  living at Riondel. made a. one day visit  wlt^'MrS.; 'Moav^BHpav������n%3$[''Mi'm   and  Mrs. M.! Irlagen.:y:yy,,!   '���������-'! AkrA:  William Campbell, wfea has been  sawyer with the Winlaw Lumber  Company for yt-he past two years,  returned at the end   of   the   week   to  hold down the jo'h for "another season.  '��������� ; -" - ".','-'.' .-���������'". ' ' "���������'* ���������."���������' . ���������  There are now a few -char running  in the Gnat River, and R. Uri got a  couple last week, one of which went  four pounds and the other three.  Bass are starting to. bite again, now  the water is clear, and some small  catches are reported.  Quite a party of young people took  in the Banff orchestra dance at Creston  on Wednesday, and all report a very  floe time.  Wilfrid Mason left last week for  Kimberiey, where lie is working in a  store with T. B. Slingsby.  Mr. und Mrs. T. U. .Piickcnhain and  , family have moved.off tho al. Manner-  iuo place, next the   henedetti   ranch,  and nro now living in tho R. O. Ealcin  shack, by thtf old mine house.  Tho tennis club have been but-ty  putting up tho poles und wiro around  the new court, and hope to havo  thingi-.rendy to start playing by Sun  <lay.  The C.P.R. B&Dgaog are mushing  the now station right along, but an  held up slightly hy tli������* tiou-delivery  of "-hlnglca and flooring. Tin* iievv  building Is IM x SO foot, with a small  ofilce at ono end. and the balance  i'i-������til{*iii. ���������.iii'tj. i i������t*ia- tviit in* tmipio  room to handle all the bm-tica thia  yew, which Mill br the  flri*t tlnir, as  today on tbe  construction of the Crawford Hill  diversion, according to distract e-ns-in-  m- area in -^wtiipany igj-ith.  Supi. Davies on Tuesday and Wednes  <iay_ 'Aehange*in7. the route of - the  'diversion has been made., which wilf  make" the new. -road off still greater  service and also give - it a grade  throughout of hardly, more than two  per cent. At tbe Creston end of the  road will start in alongside 1 he lane  leading in to the Crawford i-esi-ience.  and by a slightly circular route, will  give the Andrew and Wickstrom  ranches a shorter road to town. It  will join up with the main road again  atthe Maxwell ranch running through  -part of the latter property. At least  a dosee'n ninoi can be employed to  advantage on the work, which should  be completed in about six weekn. Tbe  diversion will be 18 feet wide and will  be rocked, but this work may-be  delayed until next year.  ;    _CRESTON J..:  Ar������ue,--2b._.^._.;C.S't  Telford. "!*ff.~ !--  Burns, 3b _.._.G-  Romano, cf fa  1 YAHK  Xewis, If 3  T_,...������ __          <a*  AJ.*tt������.   *1 _ -jp  Fleming,   ss   McKelvey, lb.  r>.������j^������ J^  f> .ay,  Joyce, "if r  Holmes, -gu - ,,   ~   ^  Boffey,   Lt^. _u_l_I;  Holsuan, 3b_  ^Jahrin;   p.  .^2  -0 XPaitenuade* 2b___2  _(T    Holttuan, ss *������  -2.-- I>wis,cf ^0  Madill, iff .0  Brofiran. tt>_^_,,-���������_.2  AHgg Siding  ears, "jnurcniii, who has been nn an  extended visit with friends at Vancouver and coast points, arrived home  at the end of the week.  mmV&mmrOmm*    GUlF  Orover Kifer, who has been work-.  ing at the ranch here since the fore  part of April left for Yahk a few days  agn tn help with the getting out of  the Wetherhead cut 6f 4ogs and ties.  From present appearances the J. P.  Johni_ton -  sawmill    will    finish % the  *ta"  season's cut of ties and lumber on the  Samuelson limit by  the S**g*-  of May.  Guy Browell was a business visitor  at Nelson k few days the fore part of  the week.  The quarterly communion service  was observed at the Methodist Church  on Sunday afternoon. This was quite  & memorable service as it will be the  East Methodist observance of the rite.  Ne'xt sacrament Sunday will be under  United Church'auspices.  Canyon local of the United Farmers  have their May meeting at the school  on Saturday night-, at which it is  hoped to have a full turnout off members.  Quite H- larce ^atlierin0* of Methodist  from Creston,- Easter and Canyon is  looked for tonight at the church for  the annual circuit meeting.  There was a large turnout of growers at the schoolhouse on Tuesday  night at which addresses on .the 1925  fruit marketing situation were given  Miss Dalton, who-has been a visitor *-v &>��������� Macken off Chilliwack, Mr.  with-fier sister, Mrs. Hilton, got away B trrat of Kelowena, and Mr. Vance,-  on Thursday on a visit at the old home manager -off the Creston F^uit  in England. * Exchange.  John Kelly, who has been at work j The Ladies" Community Club  on land ^breaking at Camp Lister for I gathered in S32 at their whist and  the past two weeks, arrived   home   ������11 dance at the   bchoolhcuse  *������n   Friday  Chrysler, and Bogan 4>ff   Yahk   did  the    umpiring x4n$d _>the   turnout   of  pahied by several autoloads of fane.'  'Geo. Jacks and A--Philip left a few  days ago for Klockmann, to i-esuxue  their old jobs at the Continental mine.  C. B-"*Twigg, district hnrti<*ulturit.t,  is here this week looking after the  pruning in the orchards owned by the  L.S.B.  Dr. Henderson was here on a professional visit on Monday *n hen lie  vaccinated ptactically all of the  scholars attending the I.i-.fte!'* nchbol_  The shareholders -nt tht3 Lister  Trading -8* Supply Company, Limited,  meet in annual sesbion-ur'April "10th,  the chii'f buHineas of which  will be to  I the end off the week..  Old timers never* sa*w such_ a heavy  bloom on th������ wiltl strawberries*as is in  ���������evidence   this   year."   In   addition   to  ^^Jjty.|he Bowk? ������;ak*e e^^ptibBally  langeT** weUli -~- -      . _=^  7-^'   - ,  . -    -.". * *-.:." -""  The export' of asparagus on "a "considerable scale commenced from .the  Vf>7_. A. M-'MiiB-trie ranch: at the" middle  of the week. At least hatf an acre is  under crop this year.  Gordon Smith, who has been working at Butte, Montana, for sometime  past, arrived home at the first of the  week.  School attendance is rather lighter  than '��������� usual this week, a few r off the  Children finding the after effects off  vaccination a little to painful for  efficient school effort.  . The R. Stewart-Tunch has .'Parson  Beauty strawberries in full' bloom and  if the present-fine *.vi>ather continues  Alice Siding will be shipping berries  by the end off the first week in June.  night. Tbe high scores at Crtrds"*St-ere  made by Mrs. Guy Browell ahd. *-Dad���������  Browell,- while *������t_e evening's' luvr  scos-ers were Mrs. Humble arid Ivan  Staples *>f Creston. , There .v-?ij������ a very  Ja^ejcsx>wd,������f dancei^.- who. had excel!-  en t inusiefstspptied them by~ HEesdames ._  "Solthammer and Pochin and Mr.  KotlbauiDier.  Card of Thanks  Mr. John Finlay and family take  this means of expressing* their sinceie  appreciation of the kindnesses and  sympathy shown them in their recent  bereavement. ~  WmWWW^tttU^'mVVK'ff^'tilK^^'-^nt tUttKfl(M*m������rt.i<nWi^tmmm''mm4mtf-������m' ->������.ta^t������w af������wtriw.a..-atar  ia������,a..^a>^^i m&..\* mi. vr. tt   i-a'-w*aaa  -^"*^"I^^^PPPWflPi^-WWnBtW-,la-p-|-i  Xv^x^ffil  "iii>r riftlftit ifMrf-wtfftr^ ^titlifcrfrlMrfl ife i__ijj__-_|i ii Hu jiiT" ifti i.' Mm T rVi r r'i ��������� "A ~ ir i    -.**- ivmWh**-*** ���������������. '*^^^tii^^m*^^^mm%ii%\f /w-^WWtitf'' *%m^M*^'*<������.<**^*<*i S- wh* A*i*m*^>i->^r'->^'^-*-   ���������aV^WaMfcli <y   -*- >   ���������-.   ���������>   ������  ���������Tfcm Mikadtr*.^ Music lovers. If you nrc hungering for a feait of gooct ionnslc, be nurc to hear this cha.ntniaa:  comic opera which will be prcsentetl  to yon. by Chautauqua on toe evcniiifr of the second day,  G. H. Kelly Buys Drugstore  Commencing today the -veil known  drug   firm   off  Beattie-Oatway,. Ltd.,  dit-jippeai-s   from    the   local   business  circle, and is succeeded by G. EL. Keiiy  who   has - purchased   the    stock and  building and got possession yesterday.  Mr. Kelly hails fxtohi,^New....;iWestmin<>  ster, and coihes well adapted to handle  the business.    He Is a graduate off the  B.O. School of Pharmacy ii-tlOlfl; since  which time he.;h������a'. been   employed   in  some off the best drug  b^ws   In **"ew  W-stininstct* jis   well ,aW ���������'' Vancouverr  having    given "i-pecial    attention   to  pi-escriptior. dispensing. His intention  is to keep the store   stocked   with   all  lines usually found   in a modern drug  nod   stationery    business     and looks  forward with confidence   to   consider  ably extending Ihe   local   trade.    Mr.  Kelly is continuing the buRin-***H under"  the name of   Creston   Drug   &   Book  Store.  Mawson Bros. Retire  As announced Inst week M^wboii  Brothers closed their store on Saturday, and   have   been .busy   all    week  taking   a->Uj������.-3a"   aud    oiovimg  out   tlio  goods, all of   which   have   been   purchased by local merchants.   The firm  commenced    business   early   in   1018  wb.eh they purchased the tlwn pjeherul  ator-S  of   P. H. J������ck--on,   moving   to  their-present building a   year   and   a  half lutcr-I    In 1022 the firm Inaugurat-  4Hi the c~u>li and carai-y t>yt-U-iu,   and hy  courteous service nnd careful merchandising   had   developed   a   trade   that  promise- well for tho future, but with  the sarthiaick Lh^ V-uley Iuih temhornrily  suflferfd    the    pn'rtncrfl���������Ocorffo   and  "Victor���������have thought it -.vise, to withdraw from t-radtt tor  I In-   time   being.  They have no d<-������flir-ite   phi on   for   Ihe  tin mediate future anrt are expecting to  remahi l������  Creaton ifor the   present at  leant. *���������  _3EDB   _mv^W,   OBESTON.   B.   C.  C!  ������"T Romance qftln?������partishjtfuin -  RAFAEL SABATINl    r  .������ "V .  .   CepyfiihteaJ. 1922. by R������l������������'S/ira������Mni _   "'CAPTAIN BLOOD." a Viucrapti picture .witkY W.ri-ea Ktrrigaa  is  the  tjilg- .*!-���������,  ts an arhp.-lion of thi* t_ir'|)i������s novel.  SYNOPSIS  !As thoy   stepped into  the  waist of  the  Cinco  Llagas,  Hagthorpe  advahc-  .   - ���������  *, - - ��������� r ���������-- - - - ���������   '.. ed to receive them.      Blood observed  is wronglv condemned and Kent as a i _     ���������������������������  under orders 11"<?   sot- almost   scared   expression.-on  slave, to the Barbadoes  of King James. There at the behest  of Arabella Bishop, niece of tbe ��������� military commander, he is purchased by  ' Bishop. A Spanish galleon, -under  command of Don Diego de Espinosa y  Valdez, bombards ihe city and captures It. Blood saves Mary Traill and  Arabega. He leads his fellow rebels-  convict on board the -ship and captures" it. When Don Diego returns he  takes himvprisoner ajso and announces  the ship- as his.prize. Colonel Bishop  goes aboard the ship wlirn the firing  ceases and Blood holds him as hostage  until safely out of port. Blood orders '  Don Diego to sail for Curacao, but the  his face.  "Don Diego . , . .** he was beginning, and 'then, stopped, and looked  curiously at Blood.  Noting tlie pause and the look, Este-  ban  bounded  forward,   his   lace  livid.  "Have you broken faith, you curs?  Has lie conic lo harm'?''" lie cried���������and  the six " Spaniards behind' him grew  clamorous with furious questionings.  "We do not break faith,'*,, said Hag-  (liorpe .firmly, so., firmly that he quieted   them.       "And   in.  this   case   there  'flie   world's   h(?->t   hair    lint.  Wttl  restore' way hair  to   fts  nrafaeal. ..color   in   1">   minutes.  Small     Size   $3.30   by   mail  Double Size 55.50   by   snail.  The W, f. Pember Stores Umited  'Fhono'-M. 2274-5        129" Y������.n*_e St.  TORONTO,  ONTARIO  Spaniard   betrays   him   and   sails  ship    under    the    very   guns of  Diego's   brother's   ship.      Blood  Don Diego fight and tho Don is overpowered.      Blood ties Don Diego to a  cannon's mouth and forces his son to  consent  to help make poaco with ihe  Spaniards  by telling them all  is well  on the Cinco "L'sigas.'  the ��������� v/a-s not the need  Don '  Encaruacion.  Don Diego died in  his bonds be lore ever you reached the  CHAPTER  XII.���������Continued  Peter Blood said nothing.  ���������'Died?" screamed Ksteban. "Von.  j killed him, you mean. Of: what did  I he die?"  |     Hagthorpe looked  af   the  boy.      "It  I   am  a   judge,"   he   said.  "Don   Diego  "11: you please, Dou-Mi-juel, but that. died of ���������**������"���������"  Is the very thing vou must not do-~-ih-_! Don Esteban struck Hagthorpe  very thing Don Diego does not wish-"across the face at. that, and Hag-  vou to do. For Lhe truth is that Ms ! thorpo would have struck back, but  wounds are not so grave as to havep1*^ PIo������a '8������* between, whilst his  prevented^his- coming, it was his ! 1'ollowers seized the lad.  consideration of himself and lhe false' '"He died before I left the Cinco  position in which you would be s.-lacen  it' j-ou had direct word Irom him oi:  what has happened. . . ./' Blood  paused a moment. "What you hear  from'us is no more than a mere, rumor.  Your excellency understands.. .  badoes, and swearing to follow him  loyally withersoever he should lead  them.     *������.".'  if he..resisted so long, it was the  thought of ������������������ Arabella Bishop that restrained" him! And so, althoiigh -he  might entertain no delusive hope of  ever* winning'"her lor liis -own, of ever  seeing her again, yet iho memory of  her was to abide in liis soiil as a bitter-sweet, purifying i.i_lu<_iu**>.  The resolve being taken, lie, went-actively to work. Offeror-, most accommodating of-governors, advanced him.  money for tlio proper equipment of liis  ship, the Cinco T-lagas, which lie renamed the Arabella. To lhe score of  followers ho already possessed he add-.  ed .three-score more, picking his men  with caution, and discrimination (and  he was tin exceptional judge of men")  from   amongst   the     adventurer-.      of  hard-drinking, hard-gaming scoundrel,  his reputation as "a buccaneer stood  high among the wild Brethren of the  Coast.  It was current gossip that even  Mademoiselle d'Ogeron. the governor's  daughter, had been caught in the  snare of his wild attractiveness, and  ���������that Levasseur had "gone the length of  audacity of asking her hand iu marriage of her father. M. d'Ogeron ahd  shown him the door. ..  This was the man who now thrust  himself upon Captain Blood with a  proposal of association, offering him  not only his sword, but. liis ship and  the men who sailed in her. .  Because he disliked the man, Cap--  HEADAeH������miWOUSN_S������_  ^mkM^yc^^O^Aktk.:-:  -" "^lyyBOW _!_-fe������:r--'-- "1  tain Biood' would not commit himself  at onee.      But, because he liked the  proposal, he consented  to consider it.  Being    afterwards   .pressed   by^-both j  Hagthorpe and WoBrerstone, who did j  not share his own, personal dislike ofi  the Frenchman, tb.% end o.  the matter j  was that within aweelv 'articles were I  drawn    up    between    Levasseur    tmd  Blood,   and   signed  by  them,  and, its  was usual, by the chosen representatives of their followers.      These articles contained the common nroviskms  that, should the two:vessels* separate,  ti strict account must afterwards he  rendered of all prizes severally taken,  whilst the vessel faking a prize should  retain three-fifths''-; of its value, surrendering: two-flfths to its associate.-  (To be continued)    "  '"Llagas," said Blood. "He was hanging de'ad in. his bonds-������-whon I spoke to  htm before leaving."  "If I had known that," the latl -said  at last in a thick voice, "you would be  hanging-from the yard-arm of. the En-  His excellency frowned thoughtJully.   carnacion at ihis moment.    . But you'll ,  "I   understand    ...    in   pari-,"   said   hang 1 here-yet." . [���������  ������e       ,   ������ '      Captain   Blood   shrugged,   and   turn-{  Captain  Blood  had  a moment'-'  \iih/d"������n  his^ieol.       But'he did not.  on  easiness that account: disregard  the words, nor  " "And we have in tli<* boat below two   did  Hagthorpe,   as   they  showed  at  a-  chests      containing      fifty      thousand   council held 11ml night in the cabin.  pieces of eight, -which-nr..   are.  to  de-     . Thi-"5 council was  met to determine j  3iv_er to vour excellency." --- | what should be done with the Span-* j  -"Xot another word, in the name ofj-sl1 prisoners.'     Considering that Onra-������  Heaven!" cried the Admiral in alarm.j^10 no-*-.lay beyond   their reach��������� It  "My   brother   wishes   me   lo   assume  charge-of   this .money, lo  cany   it   to  had been decided that, going east of  Hispaniola, and then saii'ing along its  northern coast, they should make for.  Tortuga. that. Jiav^n of tlie buccaneers'.  It was now a question" whether they  should convey the Spaniards thither  with them,,or turn thorn off in a boat  lo matto.tho best of-their way io the  coast of Hi-paniola, which was but: ten  miles    off.      This    course    urged    by  Spain  for him?      Well, that is a family   maiter  between   my   brorher   and  myself.*'      He broke off.     "Hum!-    Ai  , .      . . i  glass   of Malaga   m  my cabin,  u   you;  please," he invit������-d   them. "wViilsi.  iho;  diesis are being hauled aboard." |  And whilst sailors carriers ou board ;  iho two chests,'the Admiral ami Cap-!  tain     Blooft    exchanged    ioasts     ;hut | ^l������od was delormined.  damned eternally  the besotted James- ���������   /cvho occupied the throne of England.  At thi* end Don K-ueb-ui liniidly  urged*  "My I'itiiiv-v is rn hasi.. i.<! reach Snti  Dovuingo. 1!<- alosii-i.'tl in>- io ,^l:iy >to  lt>T)ga.i- ttisin iit-t-i'Siiary to eiiihrace you.  If    you     will    pi.i-  ns lt*uve, llit-n, .-dr  ������> r\ .-��������� 1..   *'  In list- eti-t-uiiv.-iunci's "sir uncle" did  no( i___-is*.  r;  ITTLE HELPS  FOR  THIS-W^ElC   "    |  ^ ��������������������������������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������--��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� -��������� '   - -n- _ it. at. ^ mm&  They shall riioiijit. up with wings.-���������  Isa. xl., 31.      " N-  Let us' be like the bird for a moment  perched  On a frail branch while he sings*  Though he feel's it bend, yet he sings  his song,  For he knows that he has wings.  - ���������-Victor Hugo.  j The soul is free. ��������� If-has wings in  the joy of pure, emotion, in the up-  springing might of faith, in the ardor  of heavenly Aspiration, in the swift  flight of love, in tlie'liberty of exultant hope. Love is always winged. If  you would conquer your besetments,  rise to.a more gracious -benevolence,  enjoy a livelier consciousness of eternal things, aiid have -.your Christian  duties delighted; get the ardent, unselfish, consecrated heart of love  i    .  | through the grace of the Holy Spirit.  t ���������-Horatio-N.-.Pow.ers.  *��������� ���������     ���������   '   ���������  '-������������������'���������.    7  -s.'-.     ���������������������������        '   ���������'.'"-     ���������'---���������  British Capital For Canada  Realize the Need of Opening Factries  '������������������   in tha "demiriion  The necessity for serious consiclera,!  tion :of" establishing- branch factories'  in  Canada by  certain   British  trades  was fully realized. F. W/Keld. senior  British trade  commission.^!--- Canada,  said Sn' Bpe*dti*_s.'to.__h-?rCanadian Press  - at Montreal.  Mr. Field expressed the hope that  within the near future larger sums of  British capital would be invested here,  with genera! benefit to Anglo-Canadian trade. ,-  Mr  THE  bones      and  "300 SHAVES   FROBS   AKY  SAFETY RAZOR BLABE'*  Man! Do you use ������ safety ra~or.  INGERSOL.L   STROPPER  _md'     strops '   any    make    ot  SAFETY RAZOR BLADE.  HOBBRT IN'GERSOLL, who invented the Dollar Watch, GUARANTEES  that you can. shave 300 tlines and niote  wltlt anv SAFETY RAZOR BLADE.  when using the TNGERSOLL STROPPER to sharpen the blade.  Anyone can use it; It will last -������. lifetime, and pay for itseif in two weens.  OUTFIT COMPLETE $1.00  When ordering please state int-ice of  "oUR GUARANTEE.���������Money back if  not -satisfied. _..',"'_. ".  '.  Salesmen     and     Ssdesladies     wanted.  Exclvisive Territories .  The Safety Stropper Co. of Cana-Ja  Fourteenth Street West,  CALGARY   -   - -,--���������" ALBERTA  CHAPTER  Kill.  Tortuga  At   daylm uk   l!)on.   Este*j;ih ;in<t   ins  followers were put off in a boat.      Two  thiys laler, the Ci'nco Lh-igas sailed into  tin-  rock-bound bay of Ctiyona. whieh | the face of tho Caribbean Sea  "My nanrie is Levasseur"  Tortuga. With litem all lie entered  into the articles usual among the  Brethren of! tht?" Coast, under wliich  each man was to be paid by a shari.  in the prixes captured.  Towards the end of Hecomlier, when  the hurricane season had blown" itself  out, he put lo *������������������<:;_ in his. well-found,  well-manned ship, and before^ lie returned in lhe following-'May from a  protracted and adventurous cruise, the  fame of Cap lain Peter Blood had run  like  ripples before the breeze  across  MISERABLE AND  ALWAYS IN PAIN  Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a Dependable  Help for Mothers  Port GrevlHr., Nova Scotia.���������"I took  5**-ur medicine for a terrible pain in my  -i*tr- nind for weakn**<"'- sin<i hendaehe.s, i  ���������"-.finned to bloat all over, too,  and my  iVot and hands, were tlie worst.    1 am  lhe mother of  four children and 1 am  niir-uriE" my baby--the iirnt one of four  I -'ould nurae.    1  took l.ydia E. lJink-  luirrti'fl Vep-i. table Compound before the  baby'a birth, so you can nee liow mueh  it  Helpe-tl   me.     I i-annot prai.se it too  hiKhly tor -what it ha-^don** f'*r m������*.    I  taiole all I'ind.H t>f rnedit'ine, but the Ve^-  rtabic <!'gmj)*>.rj),"������.  jm the  -only one  that  ha������ h*>lp--d rnc for any length of tim������. \  1 womnK'tMi it to any t-ne with tt*oubl*-B j  like mine and you mayu*-<" my let,ti?r for a |  ������.j--jiimornab',"-Mr-i.K0������KnT_a1<:Ci.:i.i.KV', |  Pnrt tir'-vill*', Nwa Hfotia.  Be, fore an<lnff-rrchil'l-birtli-th'f mother 1  will -find Lydia K. Pinkham's VV_j*t_ to bio 1  Compound a bltr-snin-*. j  Ntatjy, nviij'.y _i'_t,or_; arc ws'*"Iv������;<l -j..v-  in|,;- -.tn- ,'iarj.e r.f.Tt f-f t.. j,f:'lr>r,.*r an tn  1'iven in this ktt#*r. Not only is th������  mother b/-������-tr-fit*rd, but theft''; good rc?;ult������  paa*i on <o th** rhtbl.  Ho iiarn-iful  dru'.H ar^  u.*������*d  in tho  pr**l������ornti*������n of f.hj������ i*i������**di<ri������*ijf" junt r<jot������  and iierb���������������and it can be taU������n in nufr.ty  by rhe nursm*"* mother.  fifl out r.f *v*>ry 100 wr.mt-*iri< refvvrf������d  5-ai-nir>fr). from it.** iwe in a r-**c������5nt ranvaua  AtVtonK tvci-nifn ���������users of th-lfl m^dicio*-, C  VV.     N.  Ii  i.r.fi;  nature seemed to have desij.ned for tin  sironf-liold   of" those   who   had   nppro-  t������i-iaied iu  It was Ttlootl's oriirinal. inienlinn In  rnaUt- his way to Fr:in<-e or Holland.  Bui in the Ion ft, weeks of wait in*, .tt  Toriutfn   for  a  t-hiv   lo convey him   to  i " *  one or the other of these eountri.es,  ! his resources dwindled, and finally"  ' vanished, A)*-/>, th-.M'i' was a wood  ' tl������*al lo cift-pire-s.s ]-'e|.-������������r ' Ulooi.1. There  ! was ilu* though,: of Arabella Bishop,  ; .Ih- Wits maddened by the torm'Hniin-"-  i lure of tlie, unattainable. Tie desired  ; ,\r:ib������na, yet l.n������'W lp-i* beyond hi.**  I rt-ac-h irr������-vo<-ai)ly antl tor all lime.-He  I was, when all Is -:ald, an eseaned  j slave, -ui outlaw in his own him! and  i a homeless outeasi in any other.  | Tliei-f reiiii'liieil lli-e sen, which is free  j lo all, and p*irliep.]iir"y ullurlng to  i IhiiHi- who fee) Iheinsehes at, win* With  | htitiiiiuMy.      And fa-iiijilarlon,-. proeei.ti-  e-d noiymlj irom atlv.-nlurous buccaii-  I f������'i-1n*- ue'liialniiiiieeH in lhe layevhrs of  ' Hint evil luiven oT TorlURft, but even  ! from M, d"(>f?i*i'<Mi, lhe j'ovei'Jior of iJiti  ; i.*-1;11ml.   v,vlio levii-il  as his  liarhoi' tines  u p*i-<:eni-i-j;e of niu*-ii>nili <tf all .^poilti  j brought ittfo lhe bay. und who tu'oflted  U'lij-ilier by <,omml.*-iHioriM upon iiHUiey  i -.ui'a-h ij������- wan de.-nired in convert into  1 billH of ������"vrh.tiiftc ai]ioi)  li'nmco,  I M'-u'cnvcr, lo a man, tho.se who litid  i ���������������������������'f.'jj r������**<l wiih Beter Jtlood from rllie  liiubadoi.'.- jdwiitallo������i.*'. and who, con-  j-iemiern-Jy, Jilic i������Jidnelf, Unovr not  ������*lrher f������j furn. w������*re all ienolvcd upon  Join In-' the Ki-fai   Uifdherliood  of  Ihi;  <f *<lil Hi ,      til      IhOllO      lOVUl'K   C4ai|a.tll   IIHH'IJI'  H*'lv*'������i.       Aim! th*.y unkled Ihfli'l* lo the  iofl.t'i-    vofr-f,. 7thfif     were    periiiiadln*-'  BiriOfi. i1->n������:i.ndln*; ihal. he Hhould ������.-on-  'had   enj-'j-'d   .<��������� hire   lh������-y   bad   Ml  llar-  One day. as he sat with JIa'.thorpe  and \Vol vers tone over a pipe and a  boltlo of rum in.the sli/liu*. rook of tar,  and stale toliaceo ol" a -waterside ttiy-  ern, ho was accosted" by a spb.*ndid  rufllan in ti -.old-laeetl coat ol! dark  blue satin, with a crimson sash, a foot  wide, about iho waist.  "Cost vouf* qu'on appelle. ]'.t> Sanpr?"  Ihe fellow hailed him.  "My name," he said, "is refer Blood.  The Spaniards know nie by Don Pedro  Sun-.ro, and a Freiiclnimn inay <*all me  Le Sang if lie pU-aso..'"."  **<.J6od!" "My name," be informed  the three men,' two of whom at. least  ^vpj'o oyeln,-? him askance, "It is Levas-  scur. .Vou may have heard of me." -  , They liad, Jntlue'd. He commanded  a privateer of twenty riiu*' that, had  dropped anchor In tin* bny a week, u__o.  nuinnrd by it crew niaEiily composed  ol" Fi'i-ncli boucai/liuntors^rrom Northern lllspanloiii, men who had j-ood  cruise to bate Urn Spaniard with an In-  K-nshy exc ���������edlng thai, of Die. EnKllsh.  LerasKcuv hud brou**fit them back, to  Torlii'.a from an Indlffert-ntly succesn-  ful   cruise.       A   roarinfr.  tiuaiTolsomc,  $26M30  Complete, Ready  For Use  T. R. E  ten  4J\J  L  Quick Relief For  Rheumatism  Mi*8.  llert Vounff, of Filch  Bay,  Qu������V, AvriteH an follows:  "I couhl not (urn ov������*r in h<*d at  iiiKbl,      1 Irletl doc-lovM and sent  oti Un lueilichicH wliich   did   mo  no j*om1,  but ui'U.'B' uhIuk three  boltb.'i ol! Minard'o, my rhcuma-  tlHin left nit* entirely, and I huvo  never JVlt, tt, Hlnce."'  Alway Uoi'ji Minard'a handy.  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C.  \  Scientist Has New Idea  jrtlE %V&S������TEST, L������6Htfc^I  Claims Origin orLanauaaes Was Sinn*  Of Zodiac  A new ship was launched recently on  the seas of archaeology when Edward  C. Ctctsinger, astronomer and searcher  of antiquities, asserted he >vas able to  trace tlie origin of 20 written languages to the signs of the zodiac.  His-,*_ndings, Mr. Getsinger declared, proved that astronomy was a religions science familiar to the .more  intelligent classes of the ancient  world ..upwards of 12,000 years ago;  that the Bible, by means of _odialpha-  by, now may be made to reveal many  secrets^ religious and historical, -which  hitherto have been locked books; that  Israel has a history going back 6.500  years into a period' -when its high  priests, as revealers of the mysteries  of the heavens, were more advanced In  some branches of astronomy than the  star-gazers of today, and that there  have been fundamental errors in the  rendering hy Egyptologists of some of  Success  With  Corn  ! By    Jas.  Stock  Here--- a tasly nourishing  dish yoii may not have-ty  tried. Every member of*  the family trill relish it.  One of nearly a hundsed  tested -recipes in the Kraft  Cheese Booklet. It's free;  mail coupon.  I  the    earliSst  Egypt.  inscriptions    found"    lu  Send -ne C1i-*s������ Becipe Baok.  ,   04*01 ������-������--**J-l-a*!.t**--" ���������**��������������������������������������������������������� ...mm.  Kraft-Macler**.  dutta C_. LitniteA  Haatrent.  Adopt Hovel Method  City  Sink     Oil  of  n.  Maj. Borrett, "Dartiiiouth, N.S.,'-..'wireless operator, established a two-way  communication willi Mosul, Mesopotamia.  Viscount Astor has introduced a bill  in the lords to permit women who hold  ** ������. -a  peerages in their own riglit to sit in  the-House of Lords.  A bill has been introduced in the  Ontario House to abolish the agricultural development board and substitute a single commissioner.   ..  Alfred Stork, Skeena, B.C:, will ask  In the house lor an inquiry to determine the receipts and'expenditures by  the Dominion to each province.  Tlie Bracken Government: does not  intend to hold an election this year,  according to an announcement made in  the Manitoba Legislature.  At the request of her sister who suffered from an incuriVble disease, Anna  Levasseur, of Paris, middle-aged  dressmaker, shot and killed Anna,  *ged 29. ,. ---y '���������' 7  To  relievo  the  French  ti'ea'jiui^v  of  . some of its  dlfliculIies, Deputy Louis.  Loucheur,  former  minister    of-    commerce,    proposes    a ?200,000,000 loan  -.broad. .:        v      .-.'.'   -'!"'7',':'.  A committee of lhe League of Nations has recommended postponing  ���������alling an international conference for  control of the private manufacture of  xrtns.  A four million dollar loan-authorized by the loan act of, 102 t and underwritten by the Dominion Securities at  . 7.&S5 at five, per cent., \yill be floated  In England, according to an announcement. :-���������  Test .Well     In  V Medicine Hat    f  j.    Something novel in the way of oit  j development ..will be attempted as the  j result -of a plebiscite taken at Medicine  Hat,  which authorized the closing of a contract with C. E. Both,' ot  _.������������������ j O&Jarlioma,   to   clriil   a   3,200-foot  test  The    wonderful    comfort and^re  you  get  from  even  twenty   drops   of  "Nerviline will surprise you.      Take it \  sour diomacn tusmgs  Quickly Relieved  it's not unpleas-  t*a*na*ai _*OtCa*l  in sweetened water;  ant,       A!rr*"*c*t  better.* Nerviline brings up the gas  caused by fermenting food, and at the  same time relieves that distressed  feeling in .he stomach. When colic  or ' cramps strike you at 'night,' .when  nausea or upset stomach overcome  you, then it is that you'll find Newsline a sure relief. For general list*  in the family, for emergent ills,, always keep Nerviline handy on the  .-.heir.      Get a 35c.  bottle to-davy  ,- well in the-city.;..'.  The 'municipality will purchase natural gas to the extent of $75,000 from  + l-a������    itroll     -n.itla"ti     tlitt    no-v-f     fcetaa    Vrtovo  providing  oil is  not  struck.      If the  Dog  Hero  Dies At Nome  ~*Race "With   Anti-toxiri Through ; Blizzard Caused Frozen Lungs  Iialto,    leader    of Gunnar Kasson's  team   of  Siberian  wolves  ijnd   canine  hero in a recent relay race from Nenana  to Nome  with   300,000  unit's   ot  diphtheria anti-toxin, Ss dead, according to a report received from Nome.  The report added that liallo and the  ' D.    McGregor.   Glencarnock  Farms,   Brandon,   Manitoba .  Part 3 .  Corn, to make good silage or fodder,  should also be practically mature���������  past the roasting ear stage, the bet-  j fer feed it will make. This generally  means, in this section, that'we have  to leave our corn uncut until-the danger of heavy frosts comes on. We  find that frosts that early onlj* nip the  leaves do not do any great damage to  the corn and it will continue to mature. At 4in-.es. though it is a question as to just how inuch. frost would  make it advisable to cut < the covhV  This largely depend s- on when th e  frost occurs. We often have our first  frost about the first of September and  then the weather will warm, up and  there will be no more _for perhaps  another two weeks or more. This extra two weeks means a lot to the corn  crop. So we generally figure that if  the corn is fairly mature at the time  of the first frost we go ahead and cut  it and start" filling the silos. If the  corn was green and immature and the  *.���������������-,-���������--���������'    '--,.^,-.4-    s.~.4���������   ���������.: . -a    a, i ..      ,^.M j  \-<a-a,������.r    "UDl   UUIJ    XIIIHJV4A   Hie   _t_itv CT������,  aaluCt  it looked as though tiler's* would be no  more fi-ost for some time, we let it  stand and chance that the further  naatui-ing of the corn will more than  offset the. damage done by the frost.  If a heavy frost does come and the  corn is killed down io the ear so that  ves would soon dry out  Treat Colds Exterhallv  For sore throat, bronchitis ,or deep  chest colds, rub Vicks VapoRub briskly  oyer throat and chest and, cover with  ���������warm .flannel.  Vicks acts in two ways���������both direct:  absorbed like a liniment and inhahd ias  a vapor. A quick relief for the cold  troubles of all the family.  Japs Send Money Home  Remittances home by Japanese  working abroad are an appreciable offset to the country's adverse trade balance for the year 1924. For eleven  months these have amounted to 33,'-  000,000 yen. It is stated that of this  amount, 20.600,000 yen came from Japanese in North America. This 'sum  is five times the amount remitted in  a.vaj/   cma^  and blow away the corn should be cut  -well is a commercial oil producer, the . without any delay and stooked or put  city receives the! gas free of charge  and turns over 8,000 acres of lease to  Roth, receiving -.five per cent, royalty  on all-oil from* this and future wells,  as -well as the natural gas by-product  at three cents a! thousand cubic feet.-  MADE HER BABY  Nothing makesf a mother more grateful than a "benefit-conferred upon her  child. Mothers everywhere who have j  ifsed Baby's Own Tablets for their I  children speak-in enthusiastic terms |  of them. For instance. Mrs. Zepliertn j  L,a*oie, Three Rivers, Que., writes:��������� 'grain binder  Baby's  i medicine  for little ones.  Struggling sixty- ihiles7from/ Bluff to  Noine for seven and onerhalf hours 3n  a blinding blizzard that sent the ther-:  niometer down to thirty-live degrees*  below zero.  Its  Quality  Sells   It.���������The  so many thousands of intelligent peo-} allay  pie continue to use Dr. Thomas' Ec-:  lectrie Oil speaks volumes for Its heal ,  ing   efficiency. __     Ever   since   it   was j  first introduced' it lias grown  steadily-  in public favor," owing-entirely to its���������  manifold  usefulness   in   relieving  and"  healing  sickness.      As  a  specific  for  cuts,  burns,   scalds,   and   various   inflammatory rains its record is beyond  reproach.  Riches of the Earth  X  Wpxt^Mexjitei) Success  A dlatlntfUlaliod citizen, honored  politically ������*ind professionally. Dr. R. V.  riovco, avIioso picttiro appears above,  mado a success low havo equalled.   Hl3  pure herbal roi-cdlcs which have stood  the. test for fifty ycara are still amone'  tho "beab sellers.'' IDr. 3?ierco*s Golden  Medical, Discovery la a- blood modiclno  nnd stomach alterative. It clears tho  ekln, botiutlflcB it, Increases Uic blood  Hipply and tho circulaLion, and pimples  nnd eruptions vanish qnlckiy. Ttoauty  l". V.nt r.!:1n dcrp ts.nl ^oat\. blood S-" be-  ���������tcath both. l*or your blood to bo good,  your btosuuch must, be In condition, your  liver active. This Discovery of Doctor  rierce'a puta you In lino condition, with  nil ihut oi'tjanti active. As": y-Jiir *a*!ar-  c-:tdrug������Ist for Doctor Plercc'a Golden  ���������Meilicnt Dit-covery, In tablet or ll-iukl  form,'or uend lo centa for trial yackago  of tubletj- to Dr. Piereo'a Laboratory  * t >   * t .... a   , . ,���������   .       "������   .  Rich Bodies of Ore Believed to Stretch  Across   Northern   Manitoba  There is a good clianco that morn*  than one Cobalt, South, Lorraln and  Gowganda remain Lo be discovered>in  the widely spread pro-Gambrlau area  that stretches from Ontario through  Northern., Manitoba/according to V. "V.  Corless, prominent Eastern Canadian  mining authority, who gave an address  at. ti banquet held under the auspices  of the mining bureau of Uio Winnipeg  board of trade,  "Our country's greatest economic  need today is more balanced industries, (bo creation of internal exchange  of goods by the development of in on i  varied industries, a happy eondlUon  whieh we never can fully enjoy until  we can ho I. In 'motion tlio long chain of  industries having theU* Hl.av.llng poihl  in lhe minora I a .In tlio oitvlh's ci'iisl,"  1 Dr. Corloss snt.d.  into the silo as soon as possible. -We  have been caught this way and found  it necessary to put another shift on to  the binders in order to get the corn  cut with little loss.  Corn which is cut on the green side  i ^lioulu be allowed t������ lie on Lhe ground  i for a day or so before putting it into  the silo or stook." Drying the corn  for a short time this way makes  sweeter silage than when silaged too  green. If stooked too green there 3s-  some chance of it moulding in the  stook.       ���������*���������-.. -  If a farmer lias but a small patch of  corn  it may  be   cut by  liand.      The  will handle corn of mc"-  Own Tablets are a -wonderful \ iuni height quite satisfactorily.      tf a  They never ��������� large amount oE. ..heavy, corn, is to be  cut It pays to have a corn binder. The  bundles should be made rather small  which- makes them easier to handle.  There is some difference of opinion  as to the size to make the stooks. We  prefer a fairly large stook made up of  about 40 bundles, if the corn is to be  left in the field until fed.' In making these stooks we use a sort of  "stooking jack" which consists of a  2x2 pole about 6 feet long,,.sharpened  at one end and with a cross piece at  the Lop. -This is thrust:" into the  ground and two men place the "bun-"'  dies around it. This is then moved  after a start lias been made. When  finished, the bundles should be firmty  compressed together towfirds the top  by running a light rope with a ring on  the   end   of  it  around  the  stook  and  MONEY ORDERS  It is aJways- sale to send l>ominion 33__-'  press .Money. Orders.,;  \ufter every, meat  ^Parents;- encourage She  Children to care for their test  tlieL-  the    house    and    would    advise   ; all  mothers  toy do   likewise." ���������-  Most   or  the*ordinary ailments    of ' childhood-  arise in the stomach and bowels, and  can be quickly   banished"���������'-.-by    Baby's:  Own Tablets.  -���������-TJibse Tablets relieve  constipation and indigestion, break up  fact that! colds and simple fevers, expel worm**,  teething    pains    and    promote.  healthful sleep. . They are guaranteed  fo be free from injurious drugs and are  safe even for the youngest and most  delicate child. The Tablets are sold  by medicine dealers or by mail at 25c  a box from The Dr. Williams* Medicine  Co., Brockville, Ont.  In making a goose nature requires  lot of quills, but a man can make  goose of himself with only one -quill.  Give   them   Wri������iey*s.  It  removes food particles  .from the teeth. Strengthens  the   &uns.  Combats  acid  unsth.  It������fresMxi& and bes&eflciaJ f  4182  SIEAjLev  TtasT  KEPT  RIGHT  Children suffering from Avorms soon l  then tie with binder  show the symptoms, and any  mother J"?" ,���������������������������"-  "���������'���������  ""<-���������  twine.      A stook  can detect tlie proa en co of these para-   Pllt UP jn l1lis  manner Avill  stand in-  siLes by  the wri things and'fretting of j definitely Avith very little waste.,  the child.     Until expelled and the'sys-|    yIn  order to overcome tho  di_lieult>-  Jem cleared of them, tho child cannot'  regain    its    health.      Miller's    worm  Powders are prompt and efficient, nor  only for lite eradication"-of worms, but,  also as a .oner up for children Hi*.t are  run down in consequence.  Shortage of Seed Potatoes  A shortage of sued pot aloes in Saskatchewan and throughout the west  is- indicated in reports received by  tlio markers branch of the (lonnrlmont  of agflculture.  J a | aut������������.'lilaUl'������.������  Won Strai-vge Wager*  ������'n a wager of !.i(*0 a- man  in  f.aos  Angeles    remained,  perched    for    "KI  hours  on   lop of a   slondor   flug  pole-  rising lio foi'I  iibovi- a :*Jl-H*l(>t,y build  ing.  :u-s  Stop the Cough.���������Coughing is enuH--  ed by Irritation Jn lhe- respiratory pas-  r-.a-re'r. nnd I:-, ihe i.-frorl lo ("Ir.lodK'i- 41b-  struciioiiH that come from infiamma-  lion of 1be mucous membrane. Treatment with Dr. ThomuH' I'.oleolrJc Oil  will allay the InllauiiiVuilori and in con-  sequence- tin? cough will munillv slop.  Try It and you AvilTbe uaifsfled.  Our  world  ���������,i T**rt:  Idea of tbe bn-fvcsl  umn In   Ihe  ia tlie one who cant out  bush ln  1 Vt *���������" *\ ^ 1 *"*"  K.  if.o.'  ������^"or First Aid���������Mltiard's Liniment  FACE AFFECTED '  11 iits 1  ,riJi**k'-ir-������| ��������� ���������  WilHto_tfViA,   ..-������.���������- ,..  Also Behind Ears and Qn  Limbs, Cuticura Heals  of getting tlie corn out. of snow cover-,  ed stooks, the corn v,iion well cured  and before the snow conies may be  hauled In and put into slacks. These  slacks should be built fairly narrow  and a layer of straw or hay puuin between every la.vx'r of bundles. They  can also be-run through a cult ing-box,  mixed with grift*n feed or straw, and  blown Into the loft.  (To be continued)  Minard's  Liniment for the  Grippe  Rum Smugglers Active  ___j_$_h___l  are the concentrated  strength of prime, fresh  beef. Use them to add ���������  flavor and nutriment to  soups, sauces, gravy,  stews, hash, meat-pies.  Tim ol   4 - 15c. and  "     "  10 - 30c.  fiopR's Regulating Cpmpbapd*  * ���������������*?. FtelUbU, rejiilnHrn.  me-f clneior.\,,vnf.n.    S_yrm  \o;l.$h No.". SV S,-,|dln'������ll,  ^'?I,.WI^*'������I.V.������^.*f^'������������������aiuaaiaMa (VTf������tj.*r  ii*������,(PtiK!*iKt^i*i>������iit-'^jfiji^.ifi:i<&  THE COOK *|.C0'|CIK.E Co'.    '  y  " I waa affected with eczema  which broke out in a rash. I had  It on my face, behind my eats and  on vhy I'mb-i. My skin was ������ore  nnd fed and my clothing aggravated  it. It Itched und burned cautstng  me to acmtcl-i, and oometlmea f  could nt������t alet-p at *nl(jht. My face  was di*tfi**;ured.  " I finally reud an ������dvottucmeni  for Cuticura Soap and Ointment  and tient far a free sample. I gat  relief bo purch&ned more, .������ntl after  using one bo*, of Cuticura OJnt-  tner.t, v.-itb lh* Cutlcura S-o-sp, !  waa he-nled,'* (Signed) Mlaa Arvllla  C, CryHler, 263** Taylor St. N. E.,  Mlnruenpol'lfli, Minn.*  Ubc Cutlcura for all toilet: p-urposea.  ataal.ia.lja  i.ata}lt ^ I waa ".y *U^,U.      A.a.J.t aaa .^ttaaUatitari  ll/Tii'itr "Outletirta. a?, O. Btix -amli, __an.tti������.|,"  I'rli'a*.,..MftjrpMc Olulinanl lUaiiitiWai. '1'ialnuTOl!^*,  fflBSr" Trjr e-ar ������a*w Sh������vi������������ SttcUj,     ,.  I,.., ni, ���������.���������nn.nw,^,.,i..������iit������ .������. ,i>i|ii.ii.iinniw.^,i..w,inu,^ ������<>i���������.i��������� .W ������������|j., .,  Britain  Has. a Bootiegging Problem  on i ���������  Her H^nds  <!lreat    Ilrltnin    ha-*    a ' boot losing  problem,  says . I lie   Westminster  i; azotic, Avhich mny necei-sltitie tint adoption of h pee I n I  nie:isttrt������s.     Th**- troubla'  arises from thivfaet that  the price of  ftp Ir its   ia   Franco   is   only  about   half  thai: Jn Britain, win-re the duty l-t A*i*'ry  bigh.      This encourages smuers-lers-  to  run contraband  spirit  tieros* the Kng  Ush Chntinel in Miiail motor boat.-- and  land   them  on   unfvef.it en ted   puns   tat  the Tr.r.*sH<.'b <*ri:i-:*'r.-  v.'h'-r.r.-     i'.:.y    :.*..���������  taken^t.o JiOndon and other hirt-t* <tib*B  in motor lorries.     Tlu>sj' vt-utiri-f-. art*  Una need   t-mbalanl tally   and . briiu*   \i\ii  prollls, according lo the papa-r..  3  OVCI<l MALI- A CtNTUBV REPUTATION  Or. LE CLEttC'S RttS^giaW:  WBak Ktnxc.vs.Jt *i. m..->' it. C.**\ t> i . Ita. v.ar.1 r.fccv  DrLECLERC'SVo^AN/EM'A  %\*r. *.f*i������ n*\.i*i-i.i-  r.-as i.tnif-, hiuiish.  Dr. LE 0LESI0 S APc������tict������Trn.L3.  -io-14 br T������������,'.iat Ca*:-, ,<:������. ria>*������ >n l-.n������;lju.l 3m,  Dt.l.lC.I.K-C M*il. a. -,������, :uvcrtlik.k.l(.l. \ W.S. I.tm.laaai  ���������r %*_���������', Sit, I O i-.i-i "I   Vr.,1'- i s t .1*. Ttait.N i ih.t'lHb  arM. IHUvvla. , SXK - t : . Siu  Vot-t, Cl I tf.  I  AVIit-h a bachflur  Ing a slngU' life lie  anil  be led,  Minard's;    Liniment  nt-ulncs  Rl-I.S    lilt-rl  tthoniil gt-i  i at   ���������**;i<l*  ua.t I l i.-il  for    SprwatiiiK    and  ������80*% xA'AA-AAx-^yf^h-^.  'XMUS'      A/_B_kBS_>__LTL^^ mfhXi   V  mmJmVi   VV  THE CRESTON REVIEW  losaeu every irrittay at Creston, B.C.  Subscription : $2,50 a year in advance.  83.09 to U.S. points.  C. _?. Ea-stbs. Editor and Owner,  1  CRESTON. B.C.. FRIDAY, MAY   1  ���������. -' --���������_  "     >���������������������������������^a i-       ���������    !_������������������;.���������     ������������������������������������������������������������������������         _     .--���������      ��������� '    "-     '     ������������������  Tomatoes Look Likely  baa been endeavoring to have a  ferry installed to give tbem vehion--  W oonuection "syitb _?���������Is������n vsa tbe.  Balfour road which runs along tbe  opposite side of the weat arm ot tbe  lake.'  Members of tbe legislature of all  those years made no headway, with  tbe needed convenience but follow  ing nip '*������' promise made at tbe  campaign last year Mr. Noreroes  has been able to induce tbe minister  of public works to male a vei-y  generous appropriation for this  work, which is now and.er way,  with prospect of the ferry being in  operation in a few weeke.  In addition  to eerving the farming community in  tbe Harrop area  s-umMer  I T  In onr article of three weeks ago  regarding 1925 vegetable marketing confidence was expressed that  this year's tomato prices would rule  reasonably high, and from advice's  coming out of the Okanagan it is  satisfactory to have our prediction  confirmed.  According   to T. Bulman. of the    % .��������� .    ���������     u     a  n*     . __   _v a        ...        vi. the new ferry, which  is to be of a  Tomato Growers   Association,   tha    ...     _.       v   _������ - -    .   ������   .������  ���������   . ���������     .���������, ....    jaA. .������������������ i similar type to  the one at Uastle-  pnce &t Kelowna will be $19 a ton .������      ��������� ���������    ���������*     e        + ���������.-    *   -     .v    t t_    ������               - ,_          j *__��������� 1 gar will permit  of   autoiats   from  for the John Baer  variety, and the, ^-,    ���������__._.____.   _.t   xr���������- ���������..*  minimum size If inches.    At Ker-_  emeos the price is to be $18.50, witb  a minimum   size   of   two   inches,  whilst   for   the   Earliana   variety  ��������� ie CaTV ������_   _.*���������������_. 3   ���������.Saul.  ^XV.eJV JUS UUCJ.CU    *������ ������vs-  minimum.  On these  product it weald sees; assured that  FOR '.YAOATIOI" TRAVEL  On Sale "Ba_y~_f ay 15 to Sept. 30  Pacific Coast  .  t*^������&,~ ������-43S**- SO   Vancaenntr $37.60  Victoria    37.60  Se&������S!a..-������ :...-   37.60  Nelson crossing at Harrop and  proceeding on to tbe popular summer resort st Procter.  JtrU^i*   fr.-n.s_ .iamaraf.  uu"9   aa .. .*  ������..>*������.  prices for  the cannery  The Duncan Report  On Stale Daily���������May 22 to Sept. 30  Eastern Canada  CRESTON io  Toronto $110.95  Ottawa     123.20  Montreal.-. ,     2 29. BS  On Sals Bails-���������May 23 to Sept. 90  United States :.  CRESTON  Minneapolis ar StkPaaL. $69.20  Chicago :     S3.20  Now Ymrk 144.60  PROPORTIONATE  FARE^S   _CO  OTHER  POINTS  -. -���������..���������'".-������������������.. ,  Choice of Three-Trains Daily, including '"...-.  THE TRANS-CANADA LIMITED *  Faat _*te Luxe AU Stepping Car Train iFznt Train Moy IS)  Fait Information and Literature from any Agent af the "CANADIAN PACIFIC'  WAH^&mfm.  It now seems fairly definitely  settled tbat if any prosecutions ar������  the market is not likely to be too ' ^ f0now the publication of tbe  generously supplied from the Oka- |]>unca��������� report into the operations  n i.gan witb crated stock, and should cj fc|je aueged Nash fruit combine,  the tureston Valley output  i" _*���������*���������"������ _*_.     25 fif_*������* *!**** I  proportions that will permit of carload shipping the local grower can  look forward with some optimism  as to his tomato crop giving him  reasonably remunerative returns.  sach legal -jrOusediTags w������l������. *.��������� - ~ -*~  be taken by the federal anthorities9  who were responsible  for   the   en  quiry.  From Manitoba*  directly interested, whilst Mr.  Manson can rightly ple_d that last  fall he prosecuted the Nash branch  at Vancouver \on three counts  specified in the Duncan report, and  lost out on all three charges���������and  thrice bitten thrice shy. ^*  While   other  points in the province   are-    fairly   generous    with  *..v*^'..I.. + ..a^._������.     aa. ^^v... .ir. ^m.m^. 0m a  a t_-ovj.*aa vatatBiqa   aja*^t.i-K94.auM4.ap%      <  $94,573- of customs revenue was  collected at Trail last year���������almost  double the annul at j-i,.fcher������d in in 1923.  At Cranbrook the postomce Sn-s-inei-s  showed a gain nf $2000 over   fche   pre  viousyear.    At Fernie   a   decrease   is  This year's .revision.-*? the votere list  for Cranbrook riding shows a. gain of  almost 500 names, most of theiuTfrom  IT SmHi������_>_c_ v.  RANCH FOR RENT  tion, sojar  Creston. has outwardly      p������ntict������m has just been assuied;bf a  taken a   rather passive : interest  in   $2500 government grant   if   the   pro-  the   Duncan     report.      Whatever  Saskatchewan I experiences     other    districts   may  Harrop Also Helped  It is a pleasure to have a letter  from a Harrop resident informing  tbat Creston is not the only centre  in the Creston electoral district tbat  is having timely consideration from  John Norcrosa, the defeated liberal candidate in June last.  and Alberta word has come that  no action.will be taken, by any of  those provinces, and A. M. Man-  son, British Columbia's Attorney  general, is emphatically insisting  that the dominion minister of labor  follow up the Duncan findings with  a court action.   .  This attitude   was   quite   to   be  expected.    The Ottawa' admmist-ra-  .tiom inaugurated   the   probe   and  Our  correspondent   states   thafcI should see th������ thing through,   'The  for at least eight years that centre i prairie provinces,   too.   are but in  have had, Creston growers are not  in a position to complain very much  at- tbe treatment handed out locally  by the Nash iasterests.. A Nash  deal has always sounded good at  Creston,: and in the most prosperous  years Creston has had at fruit  selling the Nash interests figured  prominently at  the marketing end.  Nicely located at Wynndel, 2t> acres.  with six acres desired and quarter acr*"*  in straw h**������**t'it"S- New hmi&e, plenty nf  water und best of.. so-if. Will Van?- for  $200 a year. Apply Jas. Manneriro,  Sirdar, B.C.  Loyal Orange Lodge, Ho, 2095  MeetB THIRD THURSDAY of  each month at Mercantile  Hs.ll. ��������� Visiting brethren cordially invited.  ERIC OLSON. W.M.  posed addition to  the hospital is proceeds***, with.  T  HEWS Of KOOTHim-  __���������  CD1   H  OAT    MAV 15-1R  */hw������piFnTHi_K  Ndkiisp is planning to have an old  tiniers* re-unsoci on May 25th &nd 26th.  A Picture That Is Ever  New And Ever Thrilling  A picture with a thousand thrills that have  brought Tn ill ions to their feet with cheers  and applause.  A picture you MUST see if you haven't  seen it already���������that you'll want to see again,  if youVe seen it before.  The Motion Picture Classic  Kevelsfcoke's tt-nr skating rink shows  a profit of almost $1200 on last winter's  operations.  For 1024 business* at the Revelstoke  postoffice showed a gain in revenue of  over $1000.  Within'the city limits of Rossland  the police chief figures there are 210  cows and "188 dogs.  J. D. Smith of Oliver is - tbe new  manager of the branch of tbe Bank of  Commerce at Nakusp.  Quoiting and lawn bowling will be  features   off    U.W.V.A.   clnb   life   at  Cranbrook this season.      ���������'   ,  If sufficient pupil-* come forward the  fourth yt-ar of high'-school, work will  be taught at Cranbrook.  tTp to the middle of: April 807 auto  licenses have been issued to motorists  in und around Pentieton.  Tb-? 1824 profit of Trail ssMeiler was  over 81,000,000, but from this must be  ded iif-ted provi ncial and dominion  income taxes.''.'7  One obses*vant citizen in the SUecan  states that tbe hen bluebirds thi-year  arrtv<_d ten days earlier than the luale  of the species.. * 7  The Herald thinks the Pentieton  apple crop will be big this- year, but  there will be few'peaches' and very few-  more apricots.  Although the 1924 exhibition waa  considerable.������f a. money loser Cran*>  brook has decided to have a fall fair  again this year.      "������������������ '-' ;v. .'���������.,'. "'A'_  -<������. Young of Trail has on display an  eagle meastu inR 7 feet from tip to: tip.  It was caiaght near Waneta in a trap  set for a cougar.  Trail is looking forward  confidently  to an  increasing population.    A four  rcom addition is  to   be   built   to ;the  Trail East school.  ���������  -Far  M*i&fiOjvTi���������m   0?^**������ GmS  Singing Lessons  'ARTHUR COLLIS, JOreston  '.'    P.O.~Bom7&     "'" . *  MINERAL*  7FO������M F  Certificate of Improvements  kk-^A 7 -iUfOT/OE'  Dome Fracttonaland Tea-Bot Fractiona" Mln-  , eral Claims, situate In ths> UteHsaa Mining-  7 Division of Kootenay Distrtet.^^ ."Where lo-  cated: On Sheep Creek, tibout seven miles  from Salmo. .  ...:--...__���������-.. ,....-~r- r.        TAKE* NOTIOB that I, A. BL Oieen, aetlns  as agent-for! A. Bremner, Free Miner's Cextifl-  ctkte^Ko. 6B420-C, and Jknaee Bremnc-y.Free  Miner's Certificate No.. 69207-0. intend, sixty  days from, the date hereof, to apply to the 2_ia-  ing- Becorder for a Certiflcat������rbf Improvements  for the purpose of obtaining down Grants of  the above claim*-.  And further take notico that action, under  section 85,, vantt be commenced before the  -issuance of such Certiflcata of Improvements,  Dat������d*this 28th day of Febraarj_,1925. __.  V'..- A. H. GREEN.  Uevelitoke will this year add 368,000  to its tax. burden in order to mnke  needed iniprovensents to the city  electric light plant.  NaktsBp is to have a big* day on May  24th to raiHe funds to help the band  buy new instruments and finance the  volunteer fire brigadt.  .     .       ���������..   | bulldin  Manager Stuart of Summerland co-  sltuaf  operative fruit  selling agent-y.hirs vol-   of .Kitchener,  tarily offered to have his   1925   salary  cut from $4000 to $3000.  GOVER^EHI LIQUOR ACT  Notice of Application for Beer  License   '  Notice is hereby given that on or after the-  28th day of May nevt the underslcnod Intends  to apply to the Liquor Control Board for a  license in respect of premises being part ol the         to be known as the KuBselt Hotel.  A, lodge of Lady Knights of Pythias  has just lieen instituted at Cranbrook,  starting off with SI niembers.  Pentieton ratepayers are to be asko-i  to vote $15,000 for a new Sre hall and  more modern lire lighting equipment.  100 couples attended the hospital  Easter Monday* ball at Kaslo, the  affuir netting that institution about  #lo0.        i .    '.-.  This year Okanagan cattlemen are  getting better prices than usual for  beef animal-*, according to the Vernon  News.  "Work ie to ntart noon on the highest  cement smokestack in North America,  which is being built at the smelter at  Tra.l.  The Courier estimates that there  wore COO dancers at the annual hospital  ball  at   Cranbrook    Eastei   Monday  night.  The Ne-wr* eayo at leant ������000 day old  chirks are being brought Into Nakusp  hy poultry fancEera In that section this  spring.  Cranbrook haft dispensed with Ita  $0000 a year city engineer and engaged  a  city   foreman    Instead   at   $176   a  month  Vernon <wl<--.t,1a.l������ are surely right up  to the minute.   In the last Issue of the  NfWM "Mr. and Mrn. Kwong Hinge Lung.  annonnct. the engagement of their  daughUr��������� BerUia, to Mr. K. Yin Yip-  son of Mr. ami lira. Yip tt&ng.  A contingent of 13 Jup-o-Slava, who  cannot speak BngliBh arrived at Crac,  I brook last week in quest nf work, with  both that town and Kimberiey overrun   ^at Kitohener, B.C., upon  the landF,  dracribed. ������b IaOt.Ten in Block 3Sl_rht. Townrit/*  of Kitchener. Group One, Kootenay lllBtrtci.  Nelson Land itestfitratlon "Distrtet, in the Province of British Columbia, aw the sale of beer by  > glass or by the open bottle "  on the 1  the  ;lass or by the open  te promiaea  m  JOE "LA"*  o for coneumpMon  S.  Y, Applicant.  with men looking for work.  OGIL VIE Goods are dependable  The Best by Test.  Ogilvie's  Baby Chick Food  and  UBVBIOPBF  PROVINCIAL ELECnQHS'ACT  Creston Electoral District  Notice is hereby given that I sbnil, on Monday, the 18th day of May, 1025, at the-hour of lo  o'cloclc in tbe forenoon, ������������������ at .tbe Courtliotaae.  Nelson, bold a sitting tit the Cfiurt of U ovlalan  forjtbo jmrpoBo ot revlalng chrt lint of voters for  the eaicTeloctoral dlBtrlet. and of licm-incr and  <leterminln������r any and all objocUona to Gi������ retention of any name on tho aat_ hat, or to Uio  rofflntratlon as a voter.of any applicant.for  reglstraUon: and for tho rurnooes set forth In  tbe "Provinpial JBHocUOna'Aoti" - ��������� ..   .    ���������  __Datod at NclBon, B.C., tbls 0th day of April,  J. Oat-LKTMICL.  Begletrar af V-WaWfl, Oreation Itlootoral  Dletrlct.  1025.  The  heat is none too  ood 'for the very young  irds. Play safe by using  O^ilvie feeds. They certainly keep tho chicles on  the grow and healthy.  J 23BI fgv4 Huir K2df~*B tt^s 'SSL  mjJmam_V H_a__l*S. -B _, ��������� ^^R  d _ii? '    *myEr j_y    wflT���������m%fr0  t  N"ew Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  connection -  JBSSj^^^SJ .fSf  ^mmmm"���������")  glm^nm^   m^Q WmW W"Sf  | i���������..j Uimid _b__ti  ���������MtaVOH��������� _M_ -"- ���������"���������'- '    LinJ ^..k'mmid<  _______���������____���������  __���������        AmW ^���������W���������WW A^Bmmmt        a  Shorn and Harness Itepmirmg!  aw ?.s^^fcS  JiStSt8fffiiKilSitt%__l*W THE CRESTOH 3-EVIEW  t  WANTEDS  5_nf**fifir_;  I want- to get in touch immediately with enough growers  to plant 40,000 Tomato Plants that I have ready to supply.  These are  th������������  popular "Secret" variety, and I will buy  every crate of them grown and   pay 20 centa a orate higher*  ... than the price going on the other varieties of Tomatoes.  For this year I expect to pay not less than $1.00 a crate  for all "Secrets'" delivered to tne, provided they are No. 1 grade  If interested let tne hear from yon at once.  Creston Valley Produce Company  ALF. NELSON, Manager  ���������ii-     r ���������  y  iey-  The possession of a certain  amount of ready money la an Invaluable aid to a farmer in meeting emergencies as they arise.*  -You cast soon possess .-sMciest*  ready money for  "art-expected  _-__*__-k_-8o -wvr a������_.___a_-S _������������������������_'% -* CE-_������ ot 8-������������������_ _���������_-___-  .**wm**^**--w--     "-"jf      ~-r J������~ -t* _uE-.e_"s-a-g^      e������      ������&&> ��������� ���������_ ���������ua.^-er  Account at this Bank and adding to it regularise  aa  IM PERIAL   BANK  '*"*'   ���������!*^a_^Lp___i_.  CRESTON BRANCH,  C W. AULAN,  Manager.  ���������UKM****--  Fob Rent���������Two room cottage, nicely located. 8 Apply F. H. Jackson.  CHAS. MOORE, C,E.  Erii-iilCER  ."ARCHITECT   *  y    iSURVEVOB  "   ptegiaterad.]  CRESTOf*.,  l.O*  F  TOMATO PLANTS FOR SALE  .From select seed, 31 p������*rbox of 35-to  40 plants to the box, sizt* IS x 22 x 4  inches, shipping weight averages 30  pounds to the'.bo���������...'!_ret;-.your., plants  so they keep growing without stopping  -when you plant them; out-side. '���������-Price,  per 1000 plants on application: only.  O.J. WIGEN, Wynndel, B.C.  NTS  Local and Personal  the six day circuit last yea-;. A" silver  enp is the reward for this meritorious  showing and the- silverware will be  presented ..at-   the    19125   Chautauqua  whicla opens here on JSSay 27th.  -**:-*-  Forest "protection week was observed  at 0"tes tori-school on Friday morning  last wnen.-s.fc " the request of district  forester - Orchard of Kelson. R. B.  Staples addressed the scholars of both  the high and public school, giving a  very practical fifteen minis te talk on  the~need and advantages of strict  attention.to forest fire prevention.  - A special session-of the presbytery  of Kooteriay Was held in St. Stephens  Church on Wednesday night, -with  Rev. Dr. Ferguson, superintendent of  missions,, presiding. The clerical delegates in attendance were Revs. Burns  of Fernie, Dredge of "Nelson, MaeRay  of Cranbrook,-.and J. A. James Ores-  ton. Amongst the business transacted  was the confirmation of a grant of  $250 for the erection of a church at  "Wynndel.       y~  There was a fine turnout of growers  at the public meeting in Speers* Hall  on Monday night at which the principal- speaker, whs Mr. Macken of  Chilliwack, who'is  actively associated  with Lhe-i"raseg* Valley Milk Producers'  * ���������.._j���������������:~-������s-    a-U^i      _^:__~,.t. j ������  A09. tv,tca,Batwa.������      a.a.^3     ,.Attf^|^������7ktu      n.*l*4       UaaaElL  I  successful co-operative dairying- con 1  cern in Canada, who discussed the cooperative system ._ in exceptionally  interesting fashion. Mr. Barrat, the  J__elowena director of the Associated  Growers, and Manager Vance nf the  local Exchange, also addressed the  OMt.Tif-fi-.***- -  The Ladies" Guild of Christ  Church  had   a   large   turnout of- youngsters  particularly at   their   children's   masquerade in the Parsih  Hall on Friday  night at which  lhe pi"iae%vin*sers were  Nellie Payne, costumed as a fairy, and  Tom Crosthwail,  as a courtier,   took  the    prizes    fo*.      the   .best    dressed  masqueraders,   while the comics were  won   by   Joan _Eliiton   as   a    Chinese  lantern, and Ronald Gibbs as  a coon,  the ..judging being done   by   Mr.   and  Mrs.   James  :a_*d   C.    ~W.   Allan.    In  addition to xhe costume feature  there  Were songs and recit������t:������n*3 by some of  the children, along with refreshments,  ami the affai r! "Was very  much en.*i tyed  by all presehta^-rThe cash intake at the  I  I  TIMOTHY  BLUE JOINT  ALFALFA  PURITY Oiiiok Food anil Milk iasf!  for Baby Chicks  Laying Mash,      Oyster Shell.      Charcoal ������  SPECIAL; SO lbs. Rolled Oats .".... $3.35   1  I   PUBSTY and ROYAL HOUSEHOLD R.0UB. Standard Fertilizer $3,00  We will cash your Victory Loan  Coupons or place them to your credit  in our Savings Bank wher^they -will  draw interest at 3% per annum.  ff_i  J8.JS.  CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $20,000,000  Reserve Fond $20,000,000  1       PRE-EMPTIONS  Vacant. ~ unreserved, 'surveyed,  Crown. -1a__B-'*ina-* be pre-empted by-  British subjects over 18 years of ag-e,  and by aliens on declaring Intention  to become British subjects,^- condl-  tSossI .. upon resSdenco,- - occupation.  and- Improvement for***- agricultural  purposes.  Full information concerning re������u-  : a tions regarding- pre-emptions *~-is  f*iven ln Bulletin No. 1, "Ltand Series,  '"How to Pre-empt Land," copies of  which can. be obtained free of charge  by addroosiag i_e juspartsaeni of  Ltands, Victoria. B.C, or to-any Qov-  e.nmont Agent .,������������������'"  Records will be granted coveting "  only land suitable for agricultural ���������  purposes, and-which Ip not timber-  land, _.������., carrying-over 6,000 board  feet" per aero west of the Coast Range  and 8,000 teet per acre east of that  ' Ra������Hre.  '..:...-  Applications for pr������-eiuu������atiou5 arc  u be addressed to the Land Com-  mlssloner of the laond Recording Division, in which the land applied for  is situated, and are made on printed  forms! copies of which can be obtained from the Land Commissioner.  Pre-emption-, must be occupied for  five years and Improvements made  to value of $10 per acre, Including,  clearing and cultivating at least five  acres, before a Crown-. Grant can be  received. '  For more "detailed information see  the Bulletin "How to Pre-empt  Ixmd."  O       PURCHASE a  Applications aro! received forypur  chaao of vacant and unreserved  Crown lands," not being tlmberland,  for agricultural purposes; m.nlmum  price of first-class (arable) land Is IB  per acre, and second-class (grossing)  land 4J2.50 per acre. Further information regarding purchase or lease  of Crown lands is given ln Bulletin  No, 10, "Land Series, -'Purchase and  L.caae of Crown ltands.''  Mill, factory, or industrial sites on  timber land, not exceeding 40 acres,  may bo purchased or leased, the conditions .Including . payment ol  stumpago.  HOMESITE   LEASES  Uhsurvcyed areas, not 'exceeding 20  acres, may be loosed as homesites,  conditional upon a dwelling belno  orectod In tho Brat year, tltlb being  obtainable aftor residence and Im-  Iprovemont oonditlono are fulfllle-*  and dand b*������������ bo-m surveyed.  LEASES  For gra*slng and Industrial purposes areas not -ucceedlng 640 ncr*-i  may be' teased  by ono person or *  company.  -RAZING  Under (tha Oraslng Act the Prov*  Inc*. Is divide, into gracing district',  and the range ndmtntntered under i  CSrasIng Commissioner. Annu-il  Rra-elng permits are 1-muod bacted on  numbers ranged, priority being given  ro established owners. Stoclt-owner-  may form asuoclatJona jfor rangt  management, Free, or partially rrca  Mw-iaiiu* wm. ���������*v.t������liat>t������ ror not tiers.  lumpers  and   travellers,   up   to   ten  "'.- The weather cp-htinuei.' chilly.-'-with,  fairly heavy frosts every morning the  past week. - The May full moon comes  on the Sth. and until it is past-tomato  planters are not** risking anything in  that line outdoor*-. From present  appearances 1025 tomato planting wil  tt isily be double that *-f hut year.  Major -unci Mrs. Mallandaine. Mr.  and Mrs. ��������� O. B. Garland, President  Allan of the Board of Trade, and Guy  Constable, were motor visitors to  B mners Ferry on Wednesday, where  the gentlemen were gijests of the Fish  and Game Protective Association at  the ira annual meeting and banquet.  . This is moving time und aniongst  those to take up new" residential  quarters are Mr. and Mrs. Coppen,  who now occupy the Muir home  recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs.  Hai-e, while Mr. and Mrs. Kandall-  have taken the .Mirabelli residence on  Park Road vacated' by the Coppen's.  The High School Litcrary Society  entertained at a dance lit the Palish  Hall on Thursday night last, the  feature of which was the presentation  of a cup and suncer to Mis. Garlandt  and a pair of cuff links to E. B. Staples*  as an appreciation of services rendered  the pupils in getting up their concert  and play In February.  The Creston orchestra received a  hurry up cull to Kitcii'-ner on Sutnr-  day night, the trio of Cranbrook  musicians booked to play for the base-  ball da nrtefail In jt* to put in nh appearance. The locul talent could not leave  until after the picture -show nnd it was  almost midnight before dancing got  under way In good 6tyh������,   ,  Work of diverting the Crawford hill  began on Tuesday.. Engineer Affleck  of the public works staff, Nelson, Is  super vising the job, nnd every effort is  being made to give everyone needing  work at least a few days* pay whllo  the road making is undc-r. way. The  number seeking roadwork thia year is  much larger than usual.  A host of Creston people will extend  congratulations to Mr. and Mrs.  W-tjjmc-- Kcllogf"; of Tiimprt, Florida,  whoso marriage took pluco on March  .Kirch The bride was formerly Miss  Ifithel Hnscrofl, one' of Creston's  younger bot, who left for tho south  about three years ago, Mr. and Mrs.  ICcGlogg aro to reside at T-arupa.  Accordant; to bheObaniitjimqua Scout  the 1024-Orestor������ Chaia^aiiqua registered  the biggest nttendunro of children of  l&ny of tha.Blxty or seven ty towns on  affair was about $40.  Rossland is jiistly pioud to include  in its citizenship a naturalized Donk-  hobor, M. M.-Kaftinoff, who jsfot his  Canadian papers one day last week.  Owing to . increased business I>r*.  VTamie8bn, Keveistok������**s vit-.iting ������-hir. ���������  praetor, is.now Ktaying an extra day  .each weer* to look lifter his practice.  Vernon Women's - InNtitute has  refused to give any money toward a  bronze tablet on the war memorial but  is very anxious to assist t he town  council 'with fir.a������s*ing a co-inn unity  hall and gymnasium-for the boys and  girH-a"  MEAT MERCHANTS  '"'"..'\ 7   |TRY OUR "'''���������'"���������'.   "���������   .  : SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An' economical dish, easy to serve. *  Shamrock BranazHAM^BACONana LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  Government graded, highest quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  all varieties.  Choicest BEE*, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BURNS' IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  increases egg production and produces better poultry.    Buy the best.    H  H  rr.~  I  A wonderfully interesting and  Practical Course of Twenty  Lessons by mail on Cookery  Arts and Kitchen Management,   by .Anna  Lee Scott  ���������___  To everjr u*?er of MA^LE LEAF FLOUR  for Bread, Cakea or Pastry, Coupons will be  found in every bag of Maple Leaf Flour:  49-lb. bag, 2 eou'^otis; >98--lb. bag, 4 coupons,..  HOW TO JOIN THE MAPLE LEAF;  CLUB: Send the first four coupons to the  Maple Leaf Milling Milling Co., Winnipeg,  Man., and ybu will be enrolled, and receive  the first four lessons of the scries. Other  lessons will follow in due course.  We are Sening  Maple   Leaf Flour ���������  ���������98-lb., $5.25  49-lb.,     2.65  Rolled Oats  t   8-lb., 60c.  Crushed ^Oats, 100  lbs., $2.65  Bran, 100 lbs.,  $1.60  af  Shorts, 100 lbs.r$ 170  C^^^ML ^^^mm  ^^^^^^ m*^^^mm ^^^^Hfc  B*& mmmc^S H .~^S  EttUm,  J__a    S_  iWW" j_m  **    w Em "JS 3 *T*****K*-* ���������**���������*'  wmm-m htmrn*  ������ Ummm*  il-italWi'iftriii  l-.MU.iWilt'l-M.illWMtl-L'lallS  w������iim������mmmmmmMmmM^jmm>mtmmi4mmm**  .������������������.,:,������m4,.������,'������������,m.M.:4!,W.M*m  ISS THE    REVIEW,   -.CRESTON..    B.    G.  You   have   been   intending  fo   try   '"Red  .     Why not now before you forget.  V,  &&-&  '1  '00O  99  t__a_a_        fi*_E^_b    -*  S_pSaB  mmWmJSi  5&  The ORANGE PEKOE is extra good,    Tr* HI  J      Old Convent Is Re-opened  English   Nuns  Live  Same As  inmates  ������������������ _     Of 700 Years Ago  After being used Tor secular purposes for'.'close upon <400 years, a 13th  century convent building at Burnham,  Buckinghamshire, is .once again in the  occupation otft. community of nuns.   -  They '��������� are--.-today leading almost ex-  actiy the same lift.* as that adopted by J  tlie inmates in71266 A.D.. while their  dress, their services, nnd their prayers and meditations are similar to  those of nearly 700 year** ago.  A Dangerous Campaign  An increasingly aggressive campaign is being waged in different parts  ol Canada by certain organizations and interests in favor of the adoption by  Lh." Dominion--Government of a policy ol! export duties, or embargoes, on a  number of Canadian products, and the list of such products is being added to  a.s tho campaign progresses. This, too, is inevitable because if ���������'i>roteclion"  is io be provided in one case, it io promptly demanded by others, and., further,  the imposition of export duties on oHe article -insensibly affeets other articles  and industries.  Canada lias for the past 1'oi.iy years experimented -with Lhe policy ofpi-o-  teeltvo duties on imports, but few people will be found to declare that the  policy has proven a success aud brought that development of natural resources  ami industry, that absence of unemployment, that increase in population, and  that abounding prosperity which the advocates of high tariff protection claimed for it. On the contrary, manufacturers, artizans, laborers and Lhe great  body of the consuming public are all complaining and clamoring for. something which tariff protection has failed to give them and can never give them.  The people of Canada are now asked to experiment with the policy of export duties on top of import, duties. These export duties will, so the advocates say, develop our natural resources for home use, encourage manrtfautui-  BEAUTIFY  St WITH  "DIAMOND DYES"  Perfect home dyeing and tinting is  guaran teed with Diamond Dyes. Just  clip in cold wafer to  tint       soft,    delicate  ing industries, provide employment, increase population, and bring national  prosperity. In a word, export duties are going to accomplish what, the import  duties were to have done and failed to do.  The economic and fiscal programme now being mapped out in these "protective*' quarters contemplates higher import, duties to keep, out of Canada  foreign-made articles, and the imposition of export duties to prevent Canadian  products going out of the Dominion except in a completely manufactured.^ state*  Among the products, or natural resources, upon which it has thus far been  proposed that export duties should be imposed are logs and pulpwood, water  shades, or boil to dye  rich, permanent colors." Each 15.-cent  pa c ka g e contains  directions so simple  any woman can d'ye  or tint lingerie, silks, ribbons, skirts,  waists, dresses, coats, stocking!?,  sweaters, draperies, coverings, hang-  ' ings, everything 'new. -.  Buy "Diamond Dyes'"���������no other kind  ���������and tell your druggist whether the  material you wish to color is wool or  silk, or whether it is linen, cotton or  mixed goods.  Indians Claim Land In New York  Six Nations Indian Tribes May Present  Claim to Rich Property  With legal advisers presentr Representatives bf the Six   Nations  Tndi an  tribes discussed at a meeting at "Lor-  ette,  Que.,  home of the Huron tribe,  their claim to eighteen liiillion acres of  land in the state of New York, some  {.of it in-the  cities  of New York" and  Buffalo, valued, it is said, at several  .billions of dollars.     The Indians claim  that  the land  was given to them  in  1781 and later taken from them without good reason.  It is estimated that if they could  make good their claim each member  of the tribes of the'Six Nations would  get between $30,000 and $40,000. The  proposal now is to enter action to get  the property.  George Thomas, of Syracuse, N.Y.,  grand chief* of the Six Nations Indians, and Mk. Cornilus; of Monsey,  Ont., chief of , the Oneidas, were  present, and legal talent present included Annand "Lavergne, K.C, oP  Quebec, and several -lawyers from  the Xjnitod States. :  Discover Steps To  King Solomon's Temple  Tlie Liver Is  "EH������ JK������2s.Sl   *������   '  Health  If the Hver is right the whole system  is better oft.    Carter's Little Ltver  Pills awaken your  sluggish, clogged-  up liver ana relieve constipation, stomach  trouble, inactive bowels,  loss of appetite, sick headache and dizziness.   Purely vegetable  You need them.  Saudi PUS���������Small SSesfc���������Small Pries  V  Jap Suffragettes  Japanese women have formed an organization to obtain full .suffrage  rights. The society says that Japan  has more than 4,000,000 -women doing  men's work. Only four per cent, of  the women invited to the first suffragette meeting attended.  HELP FOR TIRED *  NERVOUS PEOPLE  Defends   Reputation   Of   Poet  Kdwin Markham leaps loyally to the  i defence of a brother poet's reputation,  powers and the electrical energy developed from the same, nickel and waeat, I KciKal. Allan Poe   he savs   could nov-  While import duties are advocated and imposed as against the whole world,  the export duties are clearly designed to be imposed against one country only,  namely, the United States.  Supposing the United States chose io regard such -a policy as an '"unfriendly act"' and adopted a polics* of retaliation. What then? "What would  h.tppen to the cotton mills of Canada and of Great Britain it" Lhe United States  imposed a prohibitive export duty on raw cotton as a reply to the Cunu lian  imposition of an export duty on pulpwood? Would Canadian and British industry be benefited, increased employment provided, -added population and  incieased prosperity result? . .    * "  Or, suppose in reply to a Canadian~embargo on the export of hydro-eleq-  i i ic power, or an export duty on nickel or logs,.the United States imposed a  prohibitive export duty on coal, what would be the result, to the m ami fa elm*-  ei-rf of Ontario and Quebec, not to speak of the average householder and busi-  n>-ss man?     ' v ,  And.   if -Canada   should   praelicalb*  ju'ohibit  the   export   of wheal,   to  the  .''niied States, who could complain if, in   turn, Lhe United States proceeded  lof*  j tue a stop to export of oranges, banana*;, lemons, raisins, and other articles  oi  food which Canada cannot itself produce?  No man in his senses would propose an export duty on Canadian wheat  -.'-ling'to all countries, because Canada must export its wheat. it cannot mill  ii all/Into flour, and even if we could and did. Canadians could not consume it,  -.,<  il>-3     % act a t.  e  any   ot   your  :<*-������������������! other countries might well say "il! you W/Oii"t  v.J-.'-ai, we don't want your flour." A general export duty on Canada's wheat  would simply paralyse- the Dominion. Il would he a terrible price to pay to  lurther the llour milling industry which, as ii is. is growing by leaps und  bounds and paying.good dividends.  These two neighboring countries, the I'niud Slates and Canada, are in  many respects complements to each other. In regard to certain products  lin-v ar*- iiH'-r-ilt iK-ndenl. Man, not nature, drew an .imaginary dividing line  across tin- eon: im-nt from east to west, a line which the good sense of both  ���������tiples has k-*p* free of bristling cannon and fortifications. '.Mistakes have  ���������>*n made in tin- past in the erection of tariff walls between th*-> two countries,  ������������������! i !���������>.��������������� f'nif'-'.l St_-t.es has been the chief o.fender, but il was Canada who re-  -t.<l 'he last overnu-es iiTl'.il.l   for greater freedom in  Irade.      ]|. shoulTTbe  P  poiicy  (tn  er have written seventeen masterly  examples of literature if he had been  a drunkard  HER NERVES SO BAD  SHE COULD m)T SLEEP  Mrs. Grace Kitchen, . St. George,  Out., writes:���������"Alter having a severe  attack of pneumonia I Was left in a  weak and run-down condition. My  nerves were so bad I could not sleep  nights, and in the day time I had terrible fainting spells, caused bj_. my  ��������� heari. being, weak.- Finally I got so  bad I hart to fake lo my bed for weeks  al a time, but one* day I read about  MILBURN'S  HEART  AND NERVE  PILLS  so decided lo try them.  Alter talcing one box I felt a slight  improvement. 1 have now taken five,  boxes, and have gained ������������_> pounds in  weight. I am iioav more than able-  l.o do all my own housework as well  as considerable outside"work. I cannot recommend "Milburn's IT. & N.  Pills loo highly for those suffering as  I did."  -       .  Japan Interested In     >  Canadian  Sheep  Ancient Staircase' Found During  Excavations in Jerusalem  Steps to the temple of Solomon have  been discovered during modern excavation in Jerusalem.  Workmen were - exploring the foun-  dations.of the Mosque of Omar when  at the bottom of one of the arches  they came, upon a succession of small  pillars. Further digging showed an  ancient staircase. This, it is believed, was one of the entrances to the  ancient temple of Solomon.  The Mosque of Omar stands on the  site, of the Temple of Israel, built by  Solomon. The temple was destroyed  by Nebuchadnezzar, but rebuilt..on a,  less magnificent scale by Zerubbabel.  Urge Registration Of Sires  Hearty endorsation of ,t.he plan of  advancing registration fo  recommended by the central cattle  committee, was giveil" at Toronto by  the annual meeting of the dual purpose*  Shorthorn Club of Canada.  Persistent Asthma. ''' A most distressing characteristic of this debilitating disease is the persistence with  which recurring-attacks come to sap  away strength and leave the sufferer  in a state of almost-conf'inual exhaustion. No wiser precaution can be  taken than that of keeping at hand a  supply of Dr. J. I>. Kellogg's asthma  Remedy, fa-nous as tho most potent  remedy for eradicating the disease  from the tender air passages.  Found in the Use of Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills  Are you pale ,and weak, 'tired most  of the time,   out  of  breath  on slight  exertion?  Are you nervous, is your sleep disturbed so that rest does not refresh  you?  Is your appetite poor, your digestion weak and do you have pains after  eating?  It you have anyyof tliese symptoms  you need the help" of such a reliable  tonic    as    I!>r.    Williams'  Pink Pills.  Read what Mr. W. W. Francis, of Calgary, Alta.. says of this tonic.    "After  returning  from  overseas,"  writes Mr.  Francis,  "my whole  system was in a  badly     run-down .   condition.       I   became nervous, irritable, pale and lost  weight.      Of course I was given treatment and  recommended many tonics,  some of which I took, but witli no apparent  result.    * At  last  I   could  not  even sleep. . My sister, who is in Eng-  bulls  as ! lan-d. wrote and urged me to give !Pr.  Williams' "^ink Pills a trial, arid I can  scarcely   say   how  glad. I   am  that  I  took her advice. . My. friends were surprised at iny complete recovery, but I  assured  them it. was due  entirely to  Dr.   Williams'   Pink  Pills   and   I   now  al-yvays keep a box on hand in case of  emergency.?'  If you are ailing, give these pills a  fair trial arady,they will not disappoint  you. Sold by alUdealers in medicine  or sent by _mail at 50 cents a box by  writing <_Tie Dr. ' Williams'^Medieine  Co.,- Brockville,  Ont. .,   . ������...  In  1695 a coach and    mail    service  of boi*. couni lies now to lower the existing harriers, miller than 1o  ;:  or .-rea'���������..- i*-,-w t.:*..'������������������.       i.ol.h  countries would henofti   from  such a J Animals Imported  From Canada  Have  Boen Found Satisfactory  t, i o.-r hand, both must suffer from tin* inauguration of policies lcnd-  _��������� a. i ������������������ ���������,.' 1,1 i. ,i ;.- f.j.t.r! dale-.--., anil piif-sibl-. tin- gi >*a I est loss of all would-be  !���������-.--sei-..:ii. ef iie- good f.-.-li-ii- now pr.-vailinw b'-i ween lhe Dominion and the  ��������� public .--���������.<.   .h.-   <���������!*.._>���������:..,"a-i-int.   of   feelings  of bit t.-rnr-ss  and   hostility.     It   in  ne  - '���������''.'���������  ��������� ait  <),)>  !y .-> b>- i.O'H'd '.';.;���������' Canadian s I al esmeii^ Wil I hc.ilale a long lime be-  in-.' "-l-in.peded i r _ l r i adop*ing a policy of e.\porl duties. ��������� Ap'ni'l frcmi  i in i. "i.-".' i'iiUMthi ha.-; t-.m >ei ri-iit-'lu'il tluii sni(,'e of th-\<-lopnient, nor  il iliat popuia i ion. uhere the ill) (.fisi; ioil til i-xjini'i tlulle,-', art- eilher de-  (ir   11.- r-a ���������_��������� t-;������ r> .  Wallpaper  Two  Centurre*.  Old  Aroiipic     >.va llpa )i'-i .    'Jen     >i:ir:,    tat.l  v, i 11   !������>���������   u."-'-tl   on   t ijt-   \v,ills   oi   a   rfiori'i  ti- in'-;    built    in    ilu-    i'!nj.*li. li    itij-tiioii'f  i.m I I'-ri.-ji    at     Simili     l'7-ie; its;.*! on.    Mils-  a lllii. Tile   ri'Hilll    wiii   In1   ;t   cop',    of  ,if|  a ii-hi'M-rn U v.-iit ur> i.[.a-L-i nietii ami Mill  eoniain linniuir.- itiail.- nr or ,iln>!ii the  i i,ai-- .���������."....- ();,, . ,i A an. ; i! i- .1. ',".������������������  wallpn p������'|- ha -��������� h' < li lak.-ii from a rooni  i:i ;iri ol<l house in (1 iotic.. ,i. r wiit-|-r>  J(    h:i ������������������   Iilltiu-   ft,i-   i wo   e   lit in e   -,  i Rocky   Moutit'iin    Shpep    For   Austria  1 A .siniii-ffliiii unusual cnnsigniiii'iil,  pa.-jetl   Ihrough    Alfutl real yeeeul ly   in  : I'm'"   fit'   ihi*   t'oiiilniou    I-!.x|ii'es:-.   Uoni-  ' pany In ih" form rat :<\x Kru.-lty Mouilia in slu-ep, which are eniriule lo .\ns-  iii.'i    in   form    pari   of   a   /ouloj-ical   es-  1 hittti   ili'-i...       The  animals,   which   are  \   ...lu.  il   .il    .j-liljll,   a-i|Jlia-   li'Ohl    i lie   ,\atiiiii-  i al I'.irlt al^ Can IT, Alberta, nial will  irnia-I    to    i lia>ii-    ilc i in,it ion    vlu    New  ! Y'ori,-.  Immigrants From U.S.  During the past, year 6,477 persons  entered Western Canada from the  United States, as compared with 8,701  in !1923, according to a report issued  by immigration officers. The 1.5)21  immigrants brought with them cash  totalling $.l,09.5,e-17 and effects to the  value of .F3H,:if.l.  was begun between Boston arid Hartford .  All mothers can put away anxiety  regarding their suffering children  when at hey have Mother Graves' Worm  Exterminator to give relief. Its effects are sure and lasting.  King George . gave a hundred  pounds of coal to all the poor people  in tho royal borough of Windsor  above the age of 60 years.  li__^ElifiyVENTIONS  t ii.nr,.; III." ins., i I ;,,- u t v, ���������) I .a ,,-. j. . i ���������-.'. -������|  11. -i;iri.l-i    nl"    taavcii'i'Hi-1    fut    rlif-.tt    nntl  fal-i.-cl llia-in lM"f.,rf" ili'j rri'triiifft" t ..r.-r ., w\,<>  iin- t'.imt.ttilly t"tir(uirin;(; fr-aain tt . ut to nt.A/  invent itatii nl" n>(-ri������. Hav-a-nlly .at liv-ot jaiitrnf,-  <','l am oil Cnn from vvliiah lit- j* r^aa-lvirlf;  H^vaTiil J liratiHJiri'fH of rlailjiir* tinnii.'tl truynlty  A,i,-Mlicr alia-fit, juilriit.r-il it uliwj.ln (aJiiKil.fri  lifturt", rf-lurrm from whlt-li who'il'l  <���������*".,<.OH. *'������-ttirifr tlin inr.trftt -tJ-atin<~!������l rt-'tint  frnn������ ymir jiivt'rtt ion jjrt-iitly ttfjwnaSrt a.n Hi*.  ,������J,t.is'iiiiy     |-l������l|it..., fit.        Ilf.-iJafl'-l     a.ur     t.i.lllV  tiuliviiliiul tlifrttM. v.n ftri. rci.ilmsl liy tinny  nl   i Ian   *itr<-t������i|   f-f.Ta������|trittit^.   vt\\r> iv;i(i"t-  tlift  ,                  f *                                 .- ,       . i       , -   t a  ,.,���������,..,,,,...  ,...-,,,,  . .    ...  .  iil'tri^  tot.������i  iii I,,.-.,������".;,:. .tl. <M l.av. ,t i'.-aJ.cii", llaf. f'.a I nil < ������ll(ir������  i . I'x-!itt'tl > la at Kt-allful |ar������* pit nil It art taiail pfr-Kin-  ������it  pr'*tt-'-aitiiin ������t ria'-it r������������f������itiial in lltf. ob-  liiinlli" faf p.,lfrilai I liia t  fully praatfal,  Forlllllfi lj(\/*������ lia-ffl Itmt lay ||t������|(iy filial full-  lira.   f<_  tlllat, lia|vil!t.l>H������������ t,f |lllt"ltt ]lf tllt*l'.t_ltirl,  Mny vt.n n������'iitt ytati l'������ lurti -youf ailrnt hiln  it f,uai,( iiil rt.luri,, ���������'"of K"i*'.rr. in tr> p.itftil-  ulaillfy o rait ri-tmrn.'t*.-lrit fat.-i-iilaalii In-t jtfiil  <-������vitlta-itif Hattrp-"*,' **'" f'-fift. I'f ������V fit-lira) WihI  tia(������<lft, vf'tllt tlt-ivt rii.lion. t lur I'titnnl "Tolft!.  t;.��������������� ...-Mai-i.... tfii. j ji������: 'M.r.nirv r<* k* <:-  <:i:,HS, Wrifr. for II lo.l.iy, r-nr;|ia-ilrij.( 10 cfttln  ft/aail;,pr*i,   A������k- for our lutr-tl   li it of I l������v"-������i������t. ill"!  Tlie .Japanese (-!overnmerit is doing  ev<u-ytliing possible lo encourage Iho  raising of sheep in Japan. Not more  than ir.,00.. to 20,000 pounds ol! wool  have so far been produced in tiny one  year, agaln.-i^lho importations of GS,-  111111,00(1 .pounds a year, says A. I'I,  llryan, I'roiii Kobe, Japan, in The Com-,  niorclnl InleUigenco Journal. I).e reports ihal sntall nuiiiber.s of animals  have already been imported from Cjm-  ada. anil the .lapancsi,* $iulhoriiies have  found these afninials vory satisfactory  and ehtss Inein as the second best no  far received  from jmy country.  . -"The niosi  obstinate corns fall  lo resist   llolloway's  Corn   llemover.       Tr/  il.  '-'Tho Wh-illng Industry  Tin-  wluile   Indttslry  In   Itrlllsh  Columbia   prtttluce.-t annually    .about     -100  jions oi   wliai'- lioiie meal antl linn ions  nl" meal   and  blood   for lerillizlng |iui���������-  pottet'.       A   i'TiiiII   i|iiaiitily   of   HiIh   Is  cold   as   ten ili/or   in   Phe   pro\ ince   and  I lie   I .-liaai lul.'l    i.   i-N.aoa la-('.   pi i lie i pa liy  i lo  lie-   ruiia-tl  Si nl a������s,  Proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for  Lumbago  io he in  touch witli  many  he    miit-l     who    keeps    other  .*ai'*)'lrM1ir!-?^^  ' *** WfJ. Hut, r-.w^sw,* yX>m.m ,?0������vJ*A.fmJLM<ffl!���������lUaj*i������a^fcB^t^lf,^������t  It    is   Well  pi'Ople, 'I  pejiple tioiia looKlii-; iu (HI biltiHhllls  the -window;, anil dj-.tws the curtain.".  so i hat  lie can'!  look  out.  or f-.very I ll-~Mi'"-ai'_re Liniment  Headache  Nc'iirul&ia.  Rheumatism  Colds  i^'iin  Totjihadie  Neuritis  ^yatf*  Accepl   only.   "Bayer"   package  iriiurr ft   it inn'in r inr ml u.1.1 m.i. nn trnff   | ���������������Wiwi������������������������ J���������'i'iaa mil Wiiiajain lima���������mmmmmmimmm  which contains prowii directions.  1 ramiv   "ISaver"   lio.scii   of   12  "tiiluV.ln.  j\1ho bottl(.'������"or 8-* <">'* l.*n~~Drng'.j>-..-".  VV  A-;!rt:,   I.-   !!..    !i...l,    ii..u".    I;.-".  I,,.,1   ;���������   C....;i.l,av.   ..;   P....  Iia-lita-Mlt.|-  of   S,-|lli-vlii-.-i..|al    |Ai-i-t.v|    *.n1ii-.\l:(������   Ai-lil.    "A.   S.    A,"l.       Wlilli'   tl    H    Mill    limiWII  lint*   Aspirin  nit.ins  It.i.u-i' jiminifui'l lire, "l.������ hk-.UI   111.-,  ptilalli"  utriiUi^t   Imllnl Imi-i,   1 lie  'I'lilili'tJ*  tlJ     J...JV.     CuUai������..U>       .atil     Uj    al.-lill|at.at     Willi    ll.lt.il.    Bfl It." I. at,     It^Uc    UiUli-t     4'    ���������     ".'JitliCa     <J|--/������������C*  Km  ������ 'I'I  I  I ;  tir������SW������1lW^)|l||lt!iW������!W'8lit.WI ���������WMM-ntB  WHfTffllH  MMWM.  THK    E_J_]VlJ_W," CKESTOiST,    B.   .C.  I^rdiidliieiit -British Womaii  1,  air  Iri ^ Trip Acros s iuanada  Iiripressions  League May Meet In Caaada  Mrsr  Philip    Snowden,    wile of the  chancellor(.Of the.   exchequer    in    the  Ramsay  : ifaebonaid    Government   ������J  Great -, Britain,    . vii,o -recently visited  Canada, likesythe    Canadian    winter,  and bias been, fayorablj- ihipriessed with  what she has seen in a general way of  the Dominion.      Iir aii '.interview!' wi th.  the press slic^:i3 credited with saying.,  "I think "the Canadian weather is perfectly lovely.     So bracing, 1 have never found Canada cold.      I. shivered a  little in Vancouver, but that is because.,  the  climate  is  so much  like  that of  England.     It was vaining a little whik  on the coast and the misty dampness  of the Pacific winter made me almost  homesick for England. It is hard to  talk about the west. The wonderful  expanse of prairie and tho magnificent beauty of the Rockies, left me  nearly breathless.      I still feel rather  Alberta  Sugar   Factory  ���������   - .  7* ', .  A   Million   Dollar   Plant   Is   Projected  .-*'���������'���������'���������. For Raymond  Announce-tnent is made by the Utah-!  Idaho Sugar Ccmpany, that the company would commence construction at  once of a -million, dollar sugar factory  at Raymond."    Six thousand acres of  beets have been signed up by;irrigation farmers on Southern Alberta projects. '  . The    sugar    company    will move a  plant  from Yakima Valley, Washing^  ! ton,   where   insect  pests   from   desert  lands made the growing of beets unprofitable.       ���������       .     A  Two more  factories will be erected  in   irrigated  districts  of  Southern Alberta il! the Raymond factory proves  'J the success expected.      The Raymond  Planting Of Trees Gives  The Spirit Of Permanence  Tkat Tne V^est IVlost Needs  factors*- will have a capacity ������f one  sti^S^iL^jgl'en I think of them. The'i .____._=rj_w_ _������������='__*���������-H^k*-. ^.^.i-.r ������~_v_������._n  prairies, I thmfCr^^-'CAnada's greatest  heritage. It is really Thrilling when  speeding through the" west to watch  them rolling away in the. distance and  think-of the millions who feed each  year from those lands. Prairie people possess some subtle quality that  iio other pco-ole Tiossess. The-v- seem  so open and untrammelled. It is  something they.have gained from tho  country they live in. I suppose. It is  certainly- a priyilege to know them.  "After    days    of travel  across 1*he  prairies   one   almost begins, to  think  there is nothing else.     Then come the  foothills    of    the    Canadian    Rocky  Mountains,    which    tell . of the huge,  peaks in the distance.    ' One realizes  it is still Canada, and it seems ,strange  that so much is contained in one country.     When    I    saw   the   Alps. I was  awed, but-when I saw the Rockies, 1  have not-the words to tell you of my  impressions,  and   thee western   cities,  too, are wc-nderful.     They are so new.  and  free and  clean.      They/seem  to  have left all that is tawdry and worthless behind them.      Winnipeg,   J.    am  sure, is one of'the healthiest spots in  the world,       The atmosphere  . is    so  brisk it compels  one  to   throw back  the shoulders.and take a deep":breatb.:  Vancouver, with its magnificent situa;  tion and  proximity- to the y^oriclerful  mountains, is the country's most beau- j  tiful city. T think.      Tlie days I spent  in Western Canada    will, always    be  prominent in my memory, and I know  that when 1 leavel shall begin to look  forward to the time when'I may perhaps come back for another visit."  Tribesmen Built Auto Highway  Tourists M���������y Now Visit Famous Rice  /Terraces In Manila  The famous rice terraces of the  Ifugao tribe in the-Bontok region of  the mountain province, which always  have been inaccessible to the outside  world, except over a narrow mountain  ii'stli, wilt henceforth be accessible to  tourists in inotor cars. The Ifugao  tribesmen have themselves completed  the roads oyer which automobiles can  now reach their territory, 5,000 feet  above sea level.  The engineering accomplishment of  tho Ifugads, bjr'wliicli they irrigate  their-. rice Holds on .the mountain  sides, even though their' implements  are of the crudest kind, have atrtaef-  ed the attention of" irrigation engineers from many foreign countries.  it-atvuociaAia   t,*j_L__>   vj.    uccio   t-t.-iAij.    6_a_aa    mu  be ready to slice beets by next October. Tonnage this year will be grown on  well prepared land, and netweeh 75,-  000 and 100,000 tons of beets -will be  grown.  Cross Fertilization of Wheat  Guelph  SIR  HERBERT AMES  Canadian director of finances for the  League of Nations, who has broached  the subject of having the Genevan  assembly bold a meeting in the-Dominion, j;.  Poultry  and Egg Pool    5  Saskatchewan Organization Decides io  Go Ahead  With  Plan  Grganization ot an egg antl poultry  pool- for   Saskatchewan   was   decided  I upon at a meeting of the special committee    of    the   Saskatchewan G-rain  j Growers' Association executive.  The pool will be organized on a contract basis iii co-operation with the  provincial department of agriculture.  Provision ^will be made in, the contracts for"������������������'". ho: egg pool to operate Sn  1926 and the poultry pool tins year.  A representative organization'committee .was appointed as follows: G.  F. Edwards, president of the S.G.Ci.A..  W. H. Beesley, Moose Jaw, secretary  ol!  the  Saskatchewan   Marketing  As-  i     The writer had.occasion recently to  ] travel through a strip of country, juse  north of the city of I������ethbridge iu  Southern Alberta, a strip which had  been brought under irrigation last  year. Farms bad been, worked for  years on what is called a "Dry farming basis." In "wet years" great crops  Market  For  Western  Fish  of whe|it were raised, but the "wet  ���������years''.not being frequent, the farmers  organized themselves for irrigation  and with the assistance of the government, a system was constructed.  Coming as we had from one of ?,ie  older irrigated tracts where many ol!  the farmers had splendid groves of  trees, this new tract seemed barren.  Farm homes, some of them very _ii\c.  homes    indeed,    stood    out    nakedly  Produces. Best Results At  . Agricultural College  Of the forty leading varieties ..of winter wheat under test at the Ontario  Agricultural College in each of the  past five years, the six kinds which  gave the highest average yield per  acre were all produced at tbe college  by cross fertilization and selection,  some of. which have not yet been  distributed throughout Ontario. Of  the 52 varieties'of" winter wheat grown  under test in the past _;ear the 13 highest yielders were all produced at the  college through hybridization arid selection with but two-exceptions, namely Dawson's Golden Chaff -which came >  fourth, and Red Rock which came  i tenth in the tests.  tion;   W.  Waldron,     acting    markets  commissioner for Saskatchewan; Mrs.  } Ida MeNeal, Expanse, president ol* the  ���������,. ��������� '-. - ,;  . I Women's  G.G.A.; . Mrs.  John Holmes,  Six Million Pounds Shipped to East in j convener  of  the   W.G.G-.A.   marketing  Four Moriths {committee.  Manitoba goldeyes, succulent white-  fish, tullibees and other toothsome  niembers of the finny tribe, to the  amount of more than six million  pounds, moved by express from Western Canada to the fresh fish markets,  of Eastern Canada and the United  States; during the period November 15,  1923, to March 1, 1024, according to  figures presented, by G- E. Bellerose,  ���������general superintendent en"! trans porta-  tionyto a regional meeting of the Can-  against  the sky.      Tho    farms ������������������ were.  sedation;  H. W. Retcheson, manager j.*A������T&e. 640 acres in many cases. Houses  1 ������-**��������������������������������������� at long intervals and there was-  laeking that close    neighborly    cora-  of the Davidson Co-operative Associa-] ^.ej-'e  adian National .Express Company.    As  ice which  places fish  on. y . ,. .        ',   ��������� ! ouiioe  , 7. ..      ,,--',   time past the problem ot disponing the j     .,,  rk markets on  the third ," *���������_.-,__.       .-:.-���������.      , ln  ��������� ...     .      ,,'... .   , . surplus stock of tne WamwrigntJieru ! ,  ���������-leaving V, j-nmpeg, a bet-1       *- / i^on*:  a result at" providing a refrigerator ear  express  service which  places fish  on  the  iSTew  ffiovningaftei'  ter market has  been  created  for  the  products  of western  lakes, with  con  sequent  benefit   to   th'���������;_���������'������������������  engaged   in  the fishing industry  in  Western  ada. ... ���������������������������'..���������  Ship. Buffalo  to   Far  North  Two Thousand Head to be Transferred  From   Wain-vvriQht to  Northern  Sanctuary  Two thousand head of young buffalo  will take a 700-mile trek this summer,  from the  park at Wainwright to tho  wild" buffalo reserve on,the Slave River, there to roaui with the wild wood  munion so evident iu older districts.  There were no trees.  Here  was  a  district  in   process  of  transition.     A few-years hence it will  be well tread and closely settled.    Already the large    individual    holdings  . were^being cut lip into smaller parcels,  | and  new  settlers  were* coining in  to  ! fnl.-.   un Hipsf siii-nliifl ai-uns       Wo grant.  j ped to talk to one of the newcomers.  ' Almost the first subject he mentioned  was���������trees!  He bad come from a territory of  scant and irregular rainfall. Iu common with farmers' the world over lie  had had his troubles and worries.  Now, xn his jicw location, with wat������:-r  buffalo,   already   established-    in    the i timing in ditches by his fields, he ir*;.  woody tract, between the Slave River, j discovei.ing ��������� a   ne^  outlook  and  Hay River and Peace River. For some , oulldefc 3ie'.expressed- in���������trees.  a    few    years," he said, '  know this place for trees!"  has    caused    the    government    some;     ..0vor   there,"    he 'pointed   to  ;! thought, but the plan of sending part} plac0j ������rill goi���������s  lo ^iid my house,  'of the herd to the northern sanctuary ' j   can  get <lie   water a]1 aroun"d ��������� that  thi."  you  tlie  Claim  Demand   For  Horses  Cheaper  Ontario   Offers   Assistance  Encouraging Report  M ade   T rue k   H orscs  ^'. Than 'Motor'.Cars     yy A  The horseless age may -be oh the  way, but it has not arrivfod yot. '"'; Plead*  ing with the city.-to' leavt* more snow-  on (he streets, so that hors*-s could  draw their heavy loads more easily,  Thomas E. Moore, secretary of the  Montreal Tcaih Owners' As.-oeiai.ion.  claimed lhat J*32,000.000 w;is invested  in the horse industry hero; that Slfi,-  000,000 is paid annually to drivers;  and.that $-1,000,000 is spent yearly for  horse feed.  The demand for big, strong truck  horses i.i growing constantly, according to,Moore", who claims they have  been proved more economical than motor trucks.  Dairy  <9  Canada As a Wheat Producer  ���������   i-. a ���������a,.        i ia**  Dominion Takes Second Place Oily to  the United States  On tho basis ot the crops during the  last five years, Canada Is second  among the world's wheat producers.  Tlio United States, which has 13 limes  Canada's population, having first  place. Of the'nine leading wheat exporting countricfifin l!)2..-2-t, which between thorn sent out G2S,S01,000 bush-  elf-*. Canada Is credited with 292,-124.-  000 bUHhelf", theae figures relntlng to  tlio crop year. She exported approximately as much as tho United States,  Aff-i'iitliio and  Australia 1oi.olher.  7  Homestead  Entries  3,151, Homesteads Taken   Up  In   Four  Western   Provinces   In   1924  Free  grant  homesteads and  soldier  grants taken.up in the  four western  provinces in 3921, up to the end of October,  total G92.180 acres.      In Manitoba  -ITS  homesteads   and   62. soldier  grant    entries * were recorded;   3,.r.00  homesteads and 281 soldier grants In  Saskatchewan;    1.S0 ; homesteads and  3 76 soldier grant*, in Alberta; and 3 05.  homesteads  nnd 27  soldier grant*-  In  British Columbia.      The total number  of honiesteads  taken  up  in  the   four  provinces was 3.151. as compared with  2,719 for the whole of 1923.      Tola!  soldier grants taken up were  r.!.!l, us  compared with '162 in 3923.  The Wheat Market  Many person.* in Canada and in  ninny other parts of lhe world have.  come to th a conclusion that there ia  such ������. thing , tin having too much  wheal, and with moro wheal, than one  can carry, it becomes an alarming and  threatening nuisance. A bushel In  the gramay im worth many bushulH  bunging by n narrow .margin,���������Calgary  Alherllill. ���������  Can  Supply  Saskatchewan  With  Suit-  '   able Type of  Breeding  Sheep  Reviewing last year's operations at  the annual meet big of, the Ontario  Sheep ���������Breeders*- Association held lu  Toronto,'. President James JL .owman.  Guelph, staled there was a marked  shortage in -wool and ,ti*eeding stock,  while the consumption was becoming  greater with each succeeding year.  IS.   W.  Wade,  director  of  livestock, ,  Ontario    department    of    agriculture.  said there was to be found in Ontario  the finest breeding stock on tho North  American    continent.'-.  If*"-the    sheep  breeders in Saskatchewan had experienced -difficulty  in  securing  breeding j lion  in  animals of a suitable type and quality taccordin  to   meet   their   requirements,   suitable  breeding stock could be purchased in  carload   lots   in   Ontario  and   shipped  under  the-supervision Of  the  Ontario  Sheep Breeder*-' Association.  Can- i sllotlld- a-Heviate conditions at *vv am-' ^Q{ -^ it ^on,t be long bcfore Y UHVt.  i wright andsfill retain for Canada the ! a good gvove oC tretss���������cottonwoods  " largest bxiffaio herd in, existence. 1 and maples.   _ And along    that    road  -there,   leading  down,  to  Wilson's, I'll  run a. solid wall of caragana hedge."  That man has an aim in life, he is  planning far ahead into the futures-he  is planting tfC^s. Therein expressed vividly the new spirit that is invigorating tliei west���������the spirit of permanence that the west most needs..���������  C. J. BroderickJin Canadian Forest aii'il  Outdoors.  Production In Saskatchewan  Iricreaisihg Very Rapidly  Production in dairy products in'. Sas-  katchevran has doubled in the last five  years, according to a statement.made  by. J. A. SmittVfr president of -the Sas-  katchewan Dairy Association. The1  output of creamery butter in _ 1924  reached 13,500,000 pounds .and the  total output of the dairy products was  valued, at '.$ 19.323.S29. . Winter dairying is now attracting nia'ny. farmers,     i  British Columbia Minerals '���������  Britisii  Columbia's mineral produc-1  5   will   exceed   $50,000,000,  to    a    statement made by  lion. William Sloan, minister ot mines,  before the B.C. chamber of mines recently.      Development of mining this  Shortage   Of   Sheep  ,    <  "la |aa  A Dearth of Wool Supplies the Worl-1  Over  Commenting on the cable from London on the dearth of wool supplies,  G. E. O'Brien, of the Canadian Cooperative Wool Growers"* Association,  said: "'World consumption ot wool in  the last three years has been 3:00,000.-  000 pounds greater than the pre-war  ; consumption.      The number of sheep  year Is exp< clod to surpass anything in j in lUe wol.ld loday ia loss lhan before  the ..past.  the war. In Canada ihe sheep and  j iambs numbered-.3,600,000 iu 3 921 and  ionly 2.500,000 in 192-1. The shorn clip  !was 10,000.000 pounds iu IS"*2-I as  I against 15,000,000 in .1923. The best  i we can hope for in 1925  ���������clip of 12,000.000 pounds.  3 no reason why the bulk ot the wool  j consumed in Canada should noi be  (grown here to the benefit of'fanner*  land eons'iiners."  is a  shorn  There is  War Vessel For B- C. Coast Service  Manitoba Butter  Many Awards Are Secured In Keenest  Competition  In keenest competition til various  fairs and .-xhihiiionH held in nil parts  of Canada and Ihe I'nJU-d State*-",  Manitoba butter manufactuveis in  11.21 i-et ured 61 l"i\.is, S6 seconds, fit  thirds.' 19 other priy-es, 2 first in provincial ch..ini*.ionsh3ps, one silver cup,  one high*;*.! award- lor average seory  and one siv .'epslake.  1  Aftrr Fifty Years  have taken start in Canadian pub-  lie life for fifty yearn, and at, tho end  of- it I can tell yon that Canada Is  miles further from, looking to War.Ii-  ini'toit. Ii".aif ������������������lie wan half u century  i������--o.���������Sir <"oovgi> Foster.  who   Avas  must not  ������������������Eric." .said, hit! mother,  entertaining company, "'you  talk until I get through."  "But yon never gel. ihrough, mamma," protested the little fellow.  W.    N.    IT.    1565  A Kenins  r:e_:*tc othcr  for him.  If. a man who can induce  mem   l-CS   *>n'l'*'e   hl������   cimoe  Built at a coflt of $150,000 Tor the  Uril-i.sli Adiiiin.l.y toward the clone ol  the war, the tug St. Florence, ono of n  fleet of "JteHOUB'' typo veapelfl, l\a������  been added to the Canadian l������acllle  British Columbia. IhuH. of L!$> i������(iH,seiiger  ships, froiKhlei-H, bai'RGH, ferrlop and  tugs. Tlio St. Floi'cncc, Iw iiow malt-  ii*g hei* way under her own sd.imm from  l.elth, flcbthind, to "Victoria vlu the  3'iintima Cnnnl.  Being equipped wiih a Bteam-towing  machine film if. e������poctally adapted lor  th������* work hIhi tvHl be called upon to do  i  Jco  between Vancouver  '.stand  point;  and'Vancouver.     Unfit under tt t*peeial ' Are We So Funny?  survey ol! Lloydh and classed us Al ' "-"<.ii.nc.$������s predlcl: that in 100 yeur.-t  for towing purposes, the SI. Florence j tha re will be nothing in the world io  will be one of the largest towing tngs' htugli at. But they're wrong becaiiHo  in **\_t"l*.c water. ,,:'5ho J.*, IT." -f������-tf Ion?.,,' "!('<*" yt--?.y? 'row iiow tbe people IS-, ing  ii)  foci wide niftl* 16 feel deep with a | will lau-Rh ������������������very lime I hey think of un.  li.-i-i���������-Buffalo Pcn-L  gtmranteod npeed of 3 2: knot*,.  t-ugltrtCH are of the wingle hi-ivw, re- ]  dprocaUiiK type tvlplo exp-yision, witli!  a towlnjT power which wllj-inake  vnluahlo in canes of einei"K.i.'acy as  ia capable, of towing any one of  large  oce;m-*.oing liners    tislnf*'  in tlio company'.'! U'siiiaier barge hi*iv-jporiH from -.vhb.-h --be a, ii: op. --j-a,*  Eiiflli.aH Boyu Cow!������a Out  l������ei*j      AnotlK-r   parly   of   Kii-.li-.ll-.   boys   Is  *-be , on route   lu   the   Ova ? re. en s   Settlement  ��������� be | Hoard Farm at Ve������.-J4dlBo������,      More p.i."  1 he ' , |,t.������5   twfl)  -follow lintill   I lie  larm'd  t|UO'.i_  t  .    aw t J , -aa*  -V    aav*j ,  I  iwi  mm  _lilai*miiiaiiw>iimi_r_Bii_iiiii  mmmmmmmmmmm  mmmmm THE   CRlSSWr*   BE VIEW  D  GEO. II. KELLY, P*op.  Snooessor to BBATTIE-OATWAY. "Ltd.  DRUGGISTS and STATIONERS  RBXALX:  DRUGQIST  Victrolas.  Ice Cream.  Gaudy.  Toys.  m    - %*P W       ^9������i I ^& m  Show Cases.  National Cash Register.  National Credit Fvle.  Cheese Cutter, with case.  Grocery Scales.  Candy Scale.  Taylor Safe.  And numerous other goods.  f Parish IRat-t.���������Commencing May  j 1st parties wishing-to, rent the Parish  < hall- must make reservations with Re-.  j H. Varley at the Vicarage.  Several-of tbe ranchers are petting-  back into poultry- again this year,  amongst them being Jhs. Adlard who  on Wednesday took delivery of SOD  baby chicks of the White "Wyandotte  variety."  There -was a biff crowd of fans out.  on Sunday afternoon for' the baseball  opener in w'hich "������ahkdowne_"Ci'������?sv������B  by a margin of 16 _ to 10. The financial  response was excellent, "the freewill  offering being about $18.  R. E. Beattie of Vancouver haa  been here all week assisting with  stocktaking at the Beattie-Qatway  drugstore, which'has been purchased  .by. G-..Kelly of New Westminster,,  who gets possession immediately.  Mrs. (Corp.) Smith and two children,  Ihess'and Ciilin, left on Monday for  England, where they will be resident  near Wembley where the corporal is  one of the R.C.M.P. force on duty at  the big exhibition at that point.  T. D. Scrimgeour, manager of the  Bank of Comirierce, has taken to auto-  ing. having th. s week purchased a  1925 JXew ' Chevrolet from Lidgate  Bros.   garage,   tbe    second   of "these  The Women's Institute gathered.an  about $40 at their bulb show und sale  of cooking, with the usual afternoon  tea, at the Parish Hall on Saturday  afternoon. The Institute is arranging  fcir the usual flower show* the latter  part of May or early in J une.  Anglican Church Services  SUNDAY,  CRESTON  ������7.30 p.m.  MAY 3  SIRDAR  8 and 10.90 a.m.  Berringfoii Fruit Company  Sole Agents "Blue Goose9' Oranges  We will buy all lines, of Fruit for Cash Jn season.    Get in  touch with us early, advising what Vou will have tp market  Ellison BS.HI.ig Blrig.  NELSON, B.C.  444  MAWSON BROTHERS  CRESTON  er**?.*'-. ���������-_ Can ������������������  ������>*iy\y*l rf-xle-t    fr*r*   4-vs-l-,  BaVJI, **.*������?*_>      aW     ���������fa*)*-'  SRAHD THEATRE  ^n-|_g-a*-|^M'  BflflV  fl  Jack H������__Ie  m  TWO-REEL  Century Comedy  Local and Personal  For Saxsc���������Two S gallon steel drums,  Mawson Bros.  BraTH���������On April 25th,  to   Mr*,   and  Mrs. Wm. J. Troscott, a aon.  Fob Rent���������Two room cottage, nice  Jy located.    Apply F. H. Jackson.  Fob.   Sale���������Airedale   dog  hunting strain.    J. B. Holder,  son.  puppies  iirick-  For Sai,-&���������McLaughlin Four and  Ford cars, going chejap. Guy Browell,  Canyon.  Mra. Broest Bidder of Wye!life is a  visitor here this week with her mother-  Mr b. Ryckman.  Piqb For SAI.K���������Well bred, and  seven weeks old. 96 each. Mrs. J. B,  Rudd, Wynndel.  Wanted���������Will hire steady work  horse   for a few weeks.    State price.  A. D. Pochin, Canyon.  Ouy Constable, C.   W. Allan and C.  B. Garland were busEnet-s   vitutors  at  Bonners Ferry on Wedneadsiy.  Pigs For Salk���������Orders wanted for  young   pig**,    ready   May   Sth.    Mrs.  VanesH, (Alice Siding) Creston.  For Haiac���������Good work horse. Alf-o  milch cow due   to   freshen   in   a. few  dM.y������, !f*r0,     Ajvply C  Blwir, Cre������t*.oini.  Tojuckyb       For     Salb���������-Purebred  White Holland tiutceyw.  Iny ing.    Enquire Mrs. C. 0, Rodgers, Creston.  Plan forte nuiBic li-aaona given At  ."rickaon, junior and intermediate  puplla solicited.   Mrs. G. W. Harrison.  Wahted���������About a ton nf'-fhutching  for strawberries. ..Mrs. A. Wick holm,  Canyon.  m Cows For Sale���������Milch cows, one  just freshened, and two others that  will freshen shortly. John Sherwood,  Creston.  The May meeting of the "Women's  Missionary Society will be held at the  manse on Tuesday afternoon at 8.30  5th inst.  Wanted:���������Several young calves,  three to nine months old, suitable for  beef animals, state .price. 7 W. $"..  Beard, "Ulster.  For Sale���������Van San and Parson  Beauty strawberry plants. Also  Earlianna tomato plants. R. Stewart  (Alice Siding),  Creston. ,  The appearance of',Canyon street is  improved considerably by the dresses  of new paint on the postoflice building  and R. Walmsley's real estate office.  The export of the 1925 rhubarb crop  began late last week, and the shipping  of this will be at. least up to 1934  standard when it is estimated 3172 lbs.  went east.  Rev. J. A. James will be at   Cran  brook on Sunday, and tho Presbyterian  serviees at Creston will   be   taken   by  Rev. Mr. Gibson of Saskatchewan at  the usual hours.  For Sam���������Tomato, Cabbage, Cauliflower and Celery  pi  nts,   a big selection of garden flower plants.    All gocd,-  strong plants.    Place your orders now.  Jas   Coolc, Creston.  The December bites-is id appears to  have had no injurious effect on the  dandelion crop, which gives abundant  promise of being well up to tho average of previous years.  Machine n-ade  sox   for   men.   pure  woollen   knit,    75c.   per   pair.      Also  children's stockings to fib from. 10 to 14  ears of age,  $t.S0 per pair.    Mrs. G.  Harrison, Eriekson.  ���������B._ Johnson of Kitchener was a business visitor here on Wednesday, and.  reports lumbering operations fairly  active at that point. As yet no ber  licenses have been issued in that town,  although three, applications have been  made.  For Saue-^-A good, gentle milk cow,  Jersey-Shorthorn, five years, freshened  December 27th, $65. Also a 2-year mid  heifer,      Holstein Ayrshire,     due    fro  ft.au.-lio*-'-..      Una.     4*.,**".    aa%.a>*l_t      araar. SK_t__  UJ'.'aC-Tl  _..-^._ a..^-..    ...... M.... ,    *y_w     ......    .    w������     ^-������^*.     ._._._.__.  freshened : ana milking. R. Sinclair-  Smith. . "���������  THE NtW CHEVROLET  Designed and built to deliver Twenty Thousand Miles  of trouble-free  service without a  major  adjustment.  The -'Banff dance orchestra made  their last appearance of the season at  the Grimd ballroom on Wednesday  night, with .-'.aV'yturnout of about 80  couples. The., catering was in the  hands of Mrs. G. Young and Mrs.  J. 33. Hayden who supplied an excellent supper.  ���������-. Vacciiiationj which started * in at  Creston schools ��������� on Wednesday Of last j  week was completed by Friday and  with very few ^ceptions : all th������s.  scholars at both seats of learning have  received treat orient. Quite. a few of  the grownups in the village have also  been treated.  After being iii existence for almost  six years the Creston post of the  R.-C.M.P. was closed on Thursday last.  Irjsp. Bruce coining from Fernie for  closing up proceedings. ~and Corp.  Hanna. who, has been in charge since  Corp. Smith left, proceeded to headquarter--- at Lethbridge, Alta.,  The May meeting of the Women's  Institute will be held in , the. Parish  Hall op Friday next. 8th, the feature,  being a long-looked for demonstration  on making baskets from pine needle-*,  which will be in charge of Mrs. Geo.  Young. At this session arrangements  will be made for the flower show in  June,  w.rttBB-rmw  CHEVROLET MOTOR CAKS AND  ' TRUCKS >  AO&ftfTS  "McI_*_UGH_IN-BUrCK  -  CABS  rload of New Ford Cars  Tourings - Light Oelivlsrles - Runabouts - Trucks  APPLES FOR BAUS���������Dcllciou*, at  orcEnai'- rt.���������;   or 62,50 IhjX. fata.*  Fancy grade.     W.J.Trn*icotl,Creston,  G--  kjii'X  For Saimc���������Two  ing. 91.50 pur   riitl  apt-ay pump.    W.  rolb  poultry nett-  _%lso   one   barrel  K. Brown, Creston,  Wantbi)���������Reliable party to worU  on shares half-acri** of potato land,  centrally   situated.    J{*nf)uir������   Review  omce.  Friends   ot   Mr.   and   Mm.   Harold  Goodwin of KifsHo^g, Idaho, will congratulate them on tho arrival of a  daughter���������"KyeSyo May���������on April 10th,  1 Used Car, 1924 Mode! Touring $500.00  1 Used Car, 1924 Model Touring 450.00  1 Used Car, 1923 Model Touring....  275.00  These Used Cars are re-conditioned and are in first-  1  .elas.6'6-****-5^**-  ���������        OH mff ���������*_^|Q|_^.____^.ttl| *V1> a/**!'      ������****.  tPMi      fj**** _-!���������* ���������������**>  ���������% 4* ^VlTkaf-I  iUt<jo Siiaj^u^^aniw at a. g uai au u\7out  We  can give you good terms  Cars���������NEW or USED.  on  all  6 EVAN'S  E. S. BEVAN, Prop.  GARAGE  Exclusive Ford Dealer  4*  ������?  Waotbd���������Retail den.-.r���������' w'aoto to  *?et in touch witli .ffrulb grower who  ���������ells direct, to the retail trade on all or  part of the ��������� aeafeoo's requirements.  Write Box 0, Crnssfteld, Alta.  Wednesday was villago clenn-np day  and both in the resides Mill and bunin"-  ess section much good work was done  that afternoon with rakes and other  necessary tidying up equipment.  Mm, Finlayson had quite a bucccsb-  ful auction sale of Ihe household  effects on Saturday afternoon> nnd loft  on Sunday with tbn three children for  Vancouver, where they will rosiclo in  future.  The Metiiodiiit Ckiurch building  couiioitU;* announcoM that at tho end  of April over $000 Ihum been pledged,,  payable within three months, for fchu  enlargement of the chnrcbt Pluni. lire  being prf-parnd and It iu expected work.  will Hturt before the end c������l Maya  Cow For Bat.b.-��������� tih  out horn������, frt-iihened  IH ftt������t*a������|ata r\f tavaHlf  ������*  al a  IS  0DOllt  a  time to think  Garden!  mrm n   ���������  Hoesi;   Rakes,    CultivatQrs,   Forks,   Spades,   Hoes.  Steele-Briggs, McKenzies and Ferry's;   full-assortment  Onion  Sets  and  Mult inters  __* "SL       "B_* ** t[      "%7 __.'_! ���������' __  FfCSH   aTFllltS   iBincfl    VCgCtSaiblcSS   ill ��������� oc&som  ii'i-td cow   wlth-  jitt-prll 2IHb, gave  ***    >Ih4'    Ilia--**-!     Vi^al4*      m#*-0*������    I  nenrton on pasture feivf only. Innpectcd  ln������t .litoe niiil ffionel free nr tuhcrciiloi*'  Ih. $m with cj������lf; $7jj -wltlirtut cjilf,  f,o.b. Wynndel. O. J. WIGSN,  Wyrinilel, B.C.  Dry mm  BrooBrlss  Jit  Furniture  Hardware  mmm  wmm


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