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 wm&m  mma^rnm^  mm*m_  ."J>_^.:^^.)?5;rt2-^F_?-V^:..(.J  ,1-   '  I  *__5B!  -������/T  !jp5  "i*e*.'r*j^  <*_     ������.  Vol. XVII.  CRESTOSJ.. B? C^^FBIBAT, MAY 15, 1025  No. 13  ,@c  aiicaiiqua  rams  Assured  \ -  If someone thoroughly conversant  .with Creston's -^preferences-' in the |  matter of entertainment had- be^ii  assigned the task of drafting a six day  programme; he or -she could hardly  have made abette* job of it than the  designers of' the eleven ~ programmes  -hatrwill foe submitted at Creston's  1925 Chautauqua, which opens on  Wednesday evening, May 27th.  "The variety of this . year's -offeringB  is very much in line with the popular  local demandr Starting off with the  McDonald Kiddies," then the .comic  opens.- "The Mikado"; the drama  * DaddyL6ng-X_egs,''funny and pathetic and leaving a lasting effect' on all  Who Witness it? a Scotch concert com-'  pany; lectures by leading platform*  workers on the tinniest of topics, and  still more music and lighter entertain*  ment, are surely just what. Creston  likes and needs at this particular time  ���������and all for the popular season ticket  prices of $3 and $1.  Canadians will he-particularly interested in the lectures of Dr. J.JEL  -Rivers, on "^The Second Chance, or  Lessons from Life," and Sr. Kerby,  whose topic is --Canada's Contribution,  to World Life.'* In addition to their  Canadiansm, both these gentlemen are  western ������*ttMi"*uiauS both having tODg  resided at Lethbridge and Calgary  .respectively, and what .they have to  s ���������������** will costs from two s_esi who sue  thoroughly conversant with their  subjects from first hand experience.  ' The Rainbow Novelty Uompany will  ' present novelty galore particularly in  ,the instrumental music _ine with  violih, 'cello, Skate, easaphone, copnei,  etc., the company being due to round  out the biggest and best Chautauqua  ever presented in Creston*   ��������� ___  :"w_lie"__-wiutf7*ita^elF ^qmp.any,J"a  - trio of-*- Toronto . artists, present a  costumed programme of the a best in  ���������ocal and instrumental music, Harry  Lauder creations, coster songs, monologues, etc. ^ Senor and' Senorita  Tzigane's repertoire includes tenor and  soprano solos, violin ' and piano com  ^binations. readings in costume, humor  and a humorous community singsong.  Jas. Adlard heads* thelocal committee handling Chautauqua this- year,  and there will be at least one added  feature for the children of the Valley  which will be a costume parade oh  the afternoon of Saturday, M$y 30th.  . Cash prises will be paid for the best  dressed boy and girl and best boy and  girl comics from the Valley schools-r-  four prizes in each school���������in addition  to Which there will be the grand prizes  for the best boy and girl comics and  the best dresaed hoy and girl,. and: for  these latter prizes Wynndel, Creston,  Eriekson and Canyon are already  planning to capture the premie*  nonore.   _   .  For Sunday inornlng^May 31st, it is  hoped to have the nstial community  church service ih the big tent, when  some of the Chautauqua talent will  likely assist, and next week we ate  hoping to be able to name a speaker  and music foi the community Sunday  night exercises that will be the beat  over Been in Creston.  Season tickets will be available in a  few days at S3 for adults, and $1 for  children, and   witb such an o_tsta_&  ingly meritorious eleven  programmes  offered the sale of   the   season   pasteboards is expected to break the records  of, any   previous ~year.   A   generous  purchase of these.will assure Chautauqua 5 return another year���������something  that   is   very    much   to   be  desired,  because in the aamusetxsent line it is the  onlv thinir of the sorb that Creston is  getting these times  and " is   certainly  something    that    community    really  needs. " ���������*  Make 'Baikals af  Institute Meeting  There was a fine turnout of members  at the. May; session of Creston and  District Women's? Institute held in the  Parish Hall"- on"-; Friday afternoon,  which'was _n charge of the president-  Mrs.- Boyd... and    th,e    outstanding  feat:  A.       V*^__  \tf*\ tJVm       _���������������������_  a demonstration  Mrs. Whiteside and Mrs. Martin  left on Sunday for a few days' visit  with friend*- in Spokane.  . ��������� Mrs. Jones of Kuskanook is a visit9*  Qy* m+  T^Xalc:aran      ���������* _*__      naaei       ar.fck<������.lr l-aa-t*-      aa.  expected back at   the   middle   of   the  week* ' -  Mrs. Roy Proctor, who has been on  a visit for a week with, her  parents at  Cranbrook, arrived  the week.  back at the end of  - Mrs. G. S. Moore and. children of  Cranbrook, who have been visitors  "with, Mr." and Mrs.. Loashy the past  ten days, left for home 'on Tuesday.  Mr. "Moore is now-handling the .west  way!Wight.    -  Tourist autoists are coming east and ;  west steadily   these>.times,-   five   cars  being loaded on the Nasookin for the"  west trip on Thursday la_*t.  Rev. H. Varleyyis"due here on Sun-  .day evening for   Church   of   England  service at the schoolhouse.���������  Mr. and Mrs. Neil at Kuskanook are  going In for chickens on quite a large  scale this year. They have at least  200!baby chicks -on hand now, and  more to come.  A   number   of    the -Sirdar    young  people- were atJt^ynild^.Upn, &fttwrday  '"* mgfifc"' foi? :'fcfia_r- dance-   with   Creston  orchestra-music   af" that" town   that.  evening. -      ���������< *"  Afternoon at-homes  Have been the  feature of Sirdar's social life the past  week.    The first of these was given by  Mrs. Heap in   the   form   of   a   porch  party at which cards were the feature,  with   refreshments   to   close' a   most  enjoyable afternoon.    Amongst those-,  present were Mrs. Proctor,  Miss Pas-,  cussao, Mrs. Brawn.   Mrs. \Vi1boi_, and  Misses Chad wick. Heap   and   Wilson.  Tlie second of tbs-.se. jolly   affairs   was  at the residence of Mrs. .lames Wilson,  Atbarar,! whoeei   guests   included ". MrSa-  Neil, Mrs..Bin* wn, Mrs, Pascu-szo, Mrs.  Bysouth, Mrs. Manheri no,-* Mrs. Heap,  and   Misses   Oh ad wick    and   Oanielo.  Puscuzzo. - The feature of   the   after-  noon wao the fortune telling by Mrs.  Bysouth,    who    is    nn   accomplished  pnltuiat, and Mrs.^Wiltton, who  interprets the* curds.    Refrefhrnents   were  served, and it   was,.indeed   a   happy  party that  dispersed   east   and -weast  about 5.80. .'"7  on making baskets from pine needles.  was given by -Mrs. Geo. Young. In  addition tQ-.demgnstrating the work,  Mrs. Young also had samples of the  made.up baskets turned out by herself,  which were exceptionally fine specimens of'basketry."  Mrs. H. Lyne reported briefly on the  con ven t ion of the" federated tnst'ttu tes.  of Canada, 'which will be held in Vancouver next month, following a pro  vincial convention^ to which tne secretary, Mrs. Cherrington,. was named  delegate from the local institute.  A donation of. $10 was made for  prizes in * the children's fancy dress  parade that, will' be a feature of this  year's Chautauqua, and will be staged  an May SQtb, with, every school in the  Valley Larking part, and prizes given  in each school. The institute adopted  a resolution approving of the crippled  children's work at Vancouver taking  on the name of the Women's Institute  Hospital for Crippled Chrildren, on  the understanding that such -indorsation does not'imply any stated  Snacciai assistance yearly.  Saturday. July -Ith^-w-ss the tentative  date, fixed for the -annual flower show,  but if the season comes along faster  than now anticipated an eai-iier date-  will be given. In connection with the  show will be a sale of cooking and  serving of refreshments.  The  entertainment,    features **were  unusually appreciated. Miss Holmes"  presided at the piano for a song and  chorus by four pupils of Division IV.,  Molly Moore, Phyllis Payne, Clifford  York and Raymond Bevan, who were  forced to respond with an equally  enjoyed encore, while a piano solo by  Miss Edith Crawford was equally  appreciated. - '  *2**3������> f-esi hostesses   -were   Sirs.   Sirv-r"  wood, Mrs. H. Lyne   and   Mrs..  J. P>  Johnston, and   the   tea  collection   of  about $3 goes to the crippled children _  work."  JmllGG S$$$&SB������S?  to .Mr.   and  Fn.-Sal. 5 May 15-16  Birth���������On May   6th,  Mts; Jack'Barraclough, a son.  An extra gang of the ,C.P.R. is  working' in this section this week  doing considerable new Fencing of the  right of wayt.ere.  O. C. Thompson of Kimberiey. who  has recently bonded- Ihe Alice mine,  was h������ re at the -end of the week  inspecting operations. Mrs._ Thorn p-  sottaccompanied him.  Mr. Bales was here for the .weekend  on a visit with the family at- the  Bartholomew   ranch,   and   is   having  considerable repair wos*k done around  the place  J. Kelly is at Canyon City at present  where he iv in charge or spring work  on C. A. Robinson ranch. .  Alice'Siding will have an unusually  heavy spud crop tnis year, as more  acreage than ever before is being  .planted, to potatoes this month.  Commencingthis. month   Principal  Lallamand and the pupils {are at work  making a collection of   beetles for the  'department   at   Victoria.    Last   year  the school's   collection    ������*af   butterflies  was about the best sent m   from   any  quarter.  7     -4."   < '* "  ,'"*Mr. Bs-^ber  a*jdCfamily .-of   Lethbridge, -Alta., have taken up res-fdence  dn   the p)aee- on ' Liikev^ewr  Heights  ���������avhich A. E. Cross of that city recent  ly purchased frond Mr. Fraeh.      After*  about tv-*r> weeks at clearing operations  planting- is    now    .under    way.    Mi*.  Barber   is- going   in   extensively   for  chickens and bees, and is so wi-ll taken  with the honey industry that   be   Has  had 25 hives of Jbees   shipped  from Lethbridge.  L.O+B.A. Organized  it-  JUaJflaa  ��������� aia*   I*'*"  Bale,  character  ^ *** * * f **** '* ** *** "IJ *\  who will nj>-*tsi-ir on  He 33 t. dynamic  with   a   wonh-wliitc  rnessaK'1-'-  Creston's first ever ladies' fraternal  society waa organized ut an enthusiastic meeting on Tuewduy night when the  Orcbtoa. Lodge Ladies' Orange Benevolent ABaociaJ-ion was instituted by  Mrs. McKenzie of Revelstoke, grand  lodge organizer, whqi with the assistance of local members conferred -the  Initiatory degree . on quite a large  number of candidates, and the following officers weivo elected for the ensuing ter im  Worthy -j*_iati*e������**���������Mrs. M. York.  Deputy-Mistress���������Mrs. W. H. Craw-  ford, l  Chaplin���������Mrs. John Sherwood*  Ilea Secy.���������Mrs. alas. Johnston.  Fin. Secy.���������Mra. J. IIayden������ .  Treasurer���������Mrs. T, Robs.  D. ofO.���������Mrs. Diana Unas.  1st Lecturer���������Mrs. M. Taylor.  2nd Lecturer���������Miss Edith Crawford,  Inwor Guai-d���������MitSij) Alice Embau , ..  Outer Guard��������� W. H. Crawford.  Unaa-dian���������D, Learinontl..  Committee���������Mrs. D. Lenrmonth,  Mlsa Marion Learmonth. Miss Marguerite Crawford, M. York.  At the close, of tlie lodge acBu3on  trofreshinen ta worn served nnd n most  cnjoyablo social hour spent. The  Umltce ���������.tarts off with a niemherHhlp of  ml most- SO, and will meet the Hr������t nnd  thlc**! Thursday of each month.  Fire Brigade of  Twenty Members  Anoiner su ostantiai oenen?. at rectiy  due to the incorporation of Ci-ei-ton as  a. village,* eventuated on Wednesday  night at a meeting of the. ratepayers,  when tbe Creston volunteer fire brigade was formed. There was. a fine  turnouts of citizens, with President C.  W. Allan of the. board of trade presiding, and C. B. Garland officiating as  secretary.  In connection .with   fire  protection  village commissioners   McCieath   and  Gibbs explained   the   loc.-il   (situation.  The   council' has   purchased   the   cooperative association   building   on the  lot near the Bank   of   Commerce   and  will move it to. a   site ��������� alongside   the  R.C.J_.Pn barracks, and it can he used  as a temporary home for the chemical  engine, that is now here,   as   well   as  for hose storage apd brigade meetings.  The - village     has   on  -hand ' now  appoxisnately -300    feet   of   two-inch  hose, and: C. O.. Rodgers   has   loaned  them another 150 "feet which is atthe  Grasiu    the**trc.     .au**   cor,amissionsrs  assured that fire'  protection   was   one  thing they were prepared, to give the  village so- far as  funds would  permit,  and all the needed equipment   will   be  purchased once   the   brigade   is   fully  organized.  The Hseeting concurred in a re������olu=  tion that a brigade of twenty-men is  desirable, and an effort will be made  to enroll these from* the different  sections of the village so that in case  of a blaze some man conversant. with  the layout of lanes and premises in the  neighborhood of the fire will be a  member of the brigade. -  Fourteen of'the men present signed  on, and the nancies of six other carefully .selected men were' added and  they will be .asked to become,members  of thfe^forc*?;%iih EL~ S; -McCteafch, M.  If ark *^_-^f ;*_!���������. 'Speers ^-nanaed a committee to draft the brigade regulations  apd-^ by laws. "*A*.-meeting of the  twenty i-"sen"5-3 called for" Wednesday  night. at~ the fireball to complete  organization.-  lo   him  tErS&k&an  fmm  tf\-k-^-&  .meg-.  wMsftiiw,-i������-u^(*������stSf^  'iBi-l^'ft.iM:^  3-5h__rf____i  The picture with  a thousand thrills  that millions have  -seen again, and yet  again.   You must see  see it agam eyen  'tfybiW&seeh it  before.   |r _ always  nm���������always good.  Mrs. Whim8ter, who has been a  visitor here fo--a few weeks with her  parents. Mr. ���������and . Mr*-. Palmer,  returned to her home at Nelson the  ;firstof the week. , _..  Mr, an'd Mrs." Alf. Palmer and Mrs.  Telford- were mbUir visitors to Cranbrook and Kimberiey" last week,  returning oii Tlfursday. ���������  '..'Mra* A. B. Pennon v/ab a- visitor  with Glenlilty frh-nds ovec the weekend.        ���������������������������"  . Friends of Mies Mury Dew. a former  resident of EricUaon, will be pleased to  hear thut she has just been appointed  chief operator of the Interstate telephone central at Priest River, Idaho,  where her mother and family have  r sided since leaving here about -.even  years ago.  W. W. Hall left a few days ago for  Kimberiey where he has secured a  position with the C. M. Jk S. Company,  and will be remaining for a time.  Mr. and Mrs, Angim Cameron have  moved out from Creston and nrc  nlcely settled in the Harrison ranch,  which they purchased early this year-  Tomato planting le In full awlng In  this section this week, Frank Staples  being homo from tho mill to supervlw.  the putting out of about 45,000 plants  he will cultivate this season.  More than a few -people have Iveeu  making an Lut-pcctiou of! the horns..  property of tike late Malcolm McDong-  all, here, the past few, days. Bidi������ for  the purchase of the premises are being  received by Sheriff Doyle at Nelson up  tILl Monday, 18tb.  of   the   groom's   mother,   Mrs. Anna  Dew, one half - mile  west of town, at  3*00 p.m.   Saturday,   April  25,   1925.  The bridesmaid  and   best   man   'were  Miss   Mary   Dew   and   Arthur   Dew,  sister and brother of the groom.   The  ceremony was conducted by Rev. Wm.  J. Osborne   and   the   witnesses   were  Mrs. Dew and Mrs.  Osborne and Mrs.  Ida Handy   of Coolin. . Miss   Baitges  was born   at   Ritzville, 'Washington,  but has made   her   home   with   Mrs.  Handy at Coolin for the past five years  where she ���������_ has   made   many " friends.  TThe groom was born in   lown,   where  he spent his first years,   Inter moving  to    Alberta  and    British   Columbia,  Canada, coming to Priest   River with  his parents   about   seven   years   ago.  He   is   a   young  man   of  exemplary  character apd has  been   employed   in  various capacities in the lumber industry  and   as  a   truck   driver   in   this  section.   The young couple will operate the ranch ownep  by   the   groom's  mother.   Mra. Dew, and son, Arthur  wiii move to   town   and   live   in   the  house belonging ta  Mrs.   Melissa   Mc-  Daniel--.   Tlie Times joins   the   many  friends of the happy pair  in   wishing  for them a large measure   of the good  things of this life.  Idults 75c.  (Priest Elver, Idaho, Times.)  Ml*,*-. Ethel May BartHcs   of   Coolin  and Elmer Roy Dew of   Priest   River  we no u alt eel In marriage at  the home  Dr.   Hulbeartt,  ttve  message  recently   from   the  ��������� ���������     ���������* ������������������> *..- fa**".*     ������av ������r*������    -!������-* ftfSuflW,**   ���������  f*������m ������*-** t~ *���������*- v    ���������������.-"������-    jIU-v-J r-f���������  at the Chautauqua.  MM-MK  HMMM  mmm  aifutiaiuwvu^J.v^s^jrssKT.   i' rf " i unr ir-,, ���������r   MiTiiMin.i... .,,  ���������XifiXX  S!-___!-_!,l_!!-J?1'1 gsjss^sssa  uMmLmju  _sss  5"_5-"r_  *"*""."-  "g*"*"������"j_J-K:  ________  'jmi.iJJ.WIS  Ifi���������BIB  ���������THE   BB-VXEW,   CRESTON,    B.    O.  ������*sa  ������f '-/Romance of the>'"SpanishJPi_rin'"t^-F- "*"fc  V^  \  RAFAEL. SABAT1NJ  'Copyright*-**. 1922. hy Rafael S.ma.irn ;--.  ���������".CAPTAIN BLOOD." a Vitagr*pb picture with '"J. /W������r������ Kerri***"  in  the  title role-,  is atf adaptation of this ihrilliug covet.  SYNOPSIS  The simple   words,   and "ittorc  than  the words,    their    tone    of    ineffable  ���������disdain    aroused     the     passion    that  Pett-r Blood, a young- Irish physician, is deported as a slave to. the .,,-....-_.  Barbadoes by King James. He is never slumbered deeply in Levasseur.  bought by Colonel Bishop and falls in He opened the door, and flung-her  love  with   Arabella,  the  niece   of  the [ brother through it. '  colonel. Don Diego de Espinosa "y  "Valdez captures Bridgetown. Blood  saves Mary Traill and Arabella. Ho  captures the Spanish galleon, the  Cine; Llagas. At'ter escaping from  another Spanish ship at Hispanioia,  Captain Blood sails to Tortuga,  rendezvous'of the buccaneers of the  Spanish Main. There, feeling that  Arabella is lost to him lor ever, he  takes command of a private fleet and  changes the name of the Cinco Llagas  to the Arabella. Levasseur. a  Frenchman who is' in love with Made-  Ion, the romantic daughter of d'Ogeron; joins Blood. They are lo sail together when Levasseur gels word  from. Madelon to rescue- her from a  Dutch brig. Levasseur takes the  Dutchman, makes a prisoner of Matte-  Ion's brother, and earns her contempt  "by his brutality. *~-  "Put that rubbish under hatches  until I call for It again." lie roared,  and shut the door.  Composing himself,, he'turned, la..the  girl again with a deprecatory smite.  But no smile answered him from'her  set  face.      She had seen her beloved  ;onst!pa!  Sluggish Liver  .Don't;vf_ke;-Chances. ��������� Get Cerie?*-  Little _tVveir Pills right now. They  never. "_f ail to .make the  liver do its duty. They.  reli eye ;;constipa-  tion,  banish  in- i  digestion,  drive out biliousness, stop  dizziness.,  clear the com-            plexion, put; si healthy, glow on  cheek and sparkle in the eye.   Be sura--  and get the genuine. ,.  eas-5ill-ill--^nM,_l Dose���������SaaaU Prlco  CHAPTER XIV.���������Continued  Thereafter,  what   time   the   Captain]  languished  in his lady's  smile within ]  the  cabin,  Cahusac was  dealing  wii.ii !  the  spoils, of war.       The Dutch  crew- I  was   ordered   into   the   longboat,   aud  bidden go to 1he devil.      Fortunately,  as  tbey  numbered  fewer  than  thirty,  the  longboat, though  perilously overcrowded, could yet contain them. Next,:  Cahusac   having   inspected   the   cargo,  put the quartermaster and a score of  men   aboard   the  Jongvrouw.  and   loft.  her to follow La Foudre, which ho now  lieadetfsouih for the-Leeward Islands.  The lady's brother was presently  conducied to the cabin. The Captain  rose to' receive him, bending his. stalwart height, to ai-oid striking the cabin roof with his head. - Mademoiselle  rose, too.  "Why this?" she asked Lovasseur,-  pointing to her brother's-* pinioned  wrists. -7  "I deplore it," said he. "I desire it  to end. Let M. d'Ogeron give nie his  parole .    '."  "I give you nothing."  ���������"Henri,   this   is   .foolish!        You   arc  not   behaving   as   my .broiltof'.        1*ou  vasseurahd his crew. . Or ihe money  and jewels, a .division was made on the  spot. .The ; cacao it was agreed  should be taken to Tortuga to be- sold.  ' Then it was the. turn of. Levasseur,  and blac'c grew the brow of.'Captain  Blood as .flsc-s.il Frenchman's tale. >3*raa  'unfolded. At the end he routidly expressed his disapproval.  But:Levasseur answered him, as he  had answered Cahusac, that a ship was  a ship, and it. was -ships  they needed  "I beg that you will spare youiiseli*  and' your sister," said the Captain, "by  being reasonable. I have been too  modest. But since I have said  twenty thousand pieces of eight,  twenty thousand pieces it shall be."  "And for what, if you please, have  [you said twenty thousand pieces of  !'eight?" -        ���������    '      ��������� ^  Startled, LeA-asseur anil his officers  looked up and around. On the* crest  of the dunes behind them, in sharp  silhouette against the deep cobalt of  Lhe sky, they beheld a tall, lean figure  scrupulously dressed in black with silver lace, a crimson ostrich plume curled about the broad brim of liis hat  affording, the only -touch of colour.  Under that-hat was the - tawny face  of Captain Blood.  1   -'Good- morning,   niy   Captain,'"   said  he,, "itywas last night's hurricane com-   -I^^M^mM   ^^^l^i  |lOilCU  5ut  Off mi I't-jlttltri  U.1 ���������-������. *_.1,U������ Urn  these?"   -.y-y ��������� -''���������  .���������:'"-  Levasseur ^   gnawed    hi s  changed   colour.     *-But   he  himself to answer civilly:  'As you  see  two prisoners.  '���������Ah! Washed \ ,!ashore  night's gale, eh?������������������. -���������-  (To be continued)  are  -'������������������������������������'..  lip,     and  controlled  in     last  The destruction by insects of  by | 000,000. every day.  He caught her���������seized her in his  arms and pulled her to him  hero's nature in curl papers. Fear  growing to panic'was written on her  face, as she stood there -loaning for  support, against the table. Me caught  her, seized her in his long arms.aud  pulled her to him.  "No, no! **<-she panted. 7  -"Yes, yes," he mocked her, and his  mockery was the inost terrible thing  of all. He crushed her to him brutally, deliberately hurtful because she re-j  sisted, and kissed hc-r whilst she  writhed in his* embrace.  Someone knocked. Cut-slug the in.-  J terruption. Levasseur strode,'off to  ' " "Little fool. DodT vou perceive j ������Pen-' Cahusac stood before him.  vour wicked follv in the harm ii/has! The Breton's face- was grave. He  brought aiready? Lives-Lave bnen jeam<" to r^'ort tllat iho* llsl<i sprung  lost���������men have died���������that this nion- j  .ster might overtake you. And don't |  vou   vet realize  where   you  stand���������in  farm  against    their    projected     enterprise... crops, forest  and  animal   life   is   ������>sti-  Perhaps because things had gone vrellj mated to approximate more than  $S,  with   him   that   day.   Blood   ended  shrugging-lite matter aside.      Thereupon, Levasseur proposed iliajUIhe Arabella, and   her  prize should" return  fo  Tortuga,   there   to. unload   the   cacao  and enlist the-further adventurers that  could   now   be --.shipped.      Levasseur  meanwhile would effect, certain necessary repairs, and then proceed south,  -await,  his- admiral  at.   Saltaludos   for  their enterprise against Maracaybo.���������  To      Levasseur's      relief,      Captain  Blood not only agreed, but pronouned  long   himself ready to set sail at once..-.-/  No sooner had the Arabella departed than Levasseur brought, his ships  into the** lagoon, and set his crew to  work upon tlte erect '.on of temporary  quarter^ ashore for himself, his men,  and his enforced guests during the  careening and repairing of La Foudre.  At sunset: that evening the wind  freshened; it,grew to a gale, and fro***t  that to such a. hurricane that Levasseur was thankful', to find himself  ashore and his ships in safe j-h^Ue.r.  A Year's/--.Dairy Products^, y  In 1923, according to Ufe^Dominion  dairy and cold storjige>-News Letter,  Cana.da produced 151,624.375 lbs. of  cheese valued at ������2S,64&*l$2y 1^.2^34,-  tJOS lbs. of creamery butter valued  $56/873,410; and 100,000,600 lbs. of  dairy butter valued at $30,0u0,000. In  all the dairy pro duet*, ttuned out,: the  quaiitity of milk used was 11,765,56-i.-  229 lb.; of fat equivalent to 411,794,-  713 lb; of .which tf"/o total value was  "t._ii.-i,^2:ji,0*������J.  Doors  Ehi^rtamme^^  HJ  MAGNA VOX STATION    SELECTOR  has  .made "radio tuning" a thing of the past. '    No TUNING ^ -involved,  when you merely have to torn ONE DIAL until the pointer stops at the  desired station.\ " . ,  Ten to twenty-five different: programs an evening���������your.thorite station the instant y.ou want it! Limitless entertainment has been brought  within reach of every home by the achievement of Magnavox engineers.  Best of  all,   a  Magnavox  not  only  RECEIVES  radio  efficiently���������it.  REPRODUCES the program in most pleasing tone and volume.  'A  a  leak  between..wind   and  consequence     of    damage  water,  the  the power of this beast, of lliis cur |  born in a kennel and bred in thiev-1  ing and murder?"  lie might have, said mot-*' but thar  Levasseur stiv.<:k hiiu across Ui>-  niouth. !M;_.dc-moiselU-" suppress-d a  scream, as the youth staggered back  uuttet- the blow.  "You see," he said t-.iiu]ily. "lie  sfrikes a man whos������- hands are  bound."  FOR JOY OF  GOOD HEALTH  Manitoba   WornaTi    Thanks  . Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound  Crandall,   Manitoba.��������� "When  1 was  a young p-iri at home and workinpf 1 had  terrible paiii5������, almost more than I could  bear,   and   I   wa.    not   rep-ulfir.    These  troubles kept me so tired ail tlie time  that I liad no .an.nKth and no ainbition  to join  in with rny friends and havo a  -*Mo.t 1im'*.     1 wan just tired and miserable always and life just, seemed as if it  wasn't worth living.    I wtw so much in  the paper.- about i.ydia !���������". i-"irikham'fl  VV'C-l.'il.lo Compound, and tha-rii I had a  "rii-rul   who  hnd taken it und told  me  ���������iboi.it. it. ho 1 p*ot t-ome.    Every month  ^ftt.M- tal.'injj; it 1 p/A v,Uor.f.:<:x and ! *:-.---.  tiirl notKuil'er every ir.<mtEk.   It Htopped  the p.'iiiiR   nr\r\  helped  ine   other vvnyn.  'I'hen when my babies* were coming I was  tiredand wo^'nout the first three months  .���������ind ru-herl brnily.     I t'M.k *hr> V^f-etnble  C<jmpound rip:ht alorifs and must: say it  t'lrrtde a m-w*woman <->f me and able  to  tto my vv-t.rlc. iinrl it helped me through  . 11 nil nrv me at.     You (���������<���������<��������� I am a farmer'.--  t lii"<*e h-iliie'i nt������w.     1 have told ever so  sustatined  j from one of the Dutchman's shots. In  ��������� alarm Levasseur went off with him.  ! Ahead of them a low cloud showed on  jibe horizon, which Cahusac pronounced one of the northermost of the'Virgin if-landf*.  "We must run for shelter there, and  careen  her."   said  Levasseur.      "I  dot-,  not    mi si.    this oppressive heat.      A  f-toi'm  may   catch  us  before we mal^e  land."  "A  storm   or  something  e-lse,"  said  Cahusac, grimly.      '.'Have you noticed  thai?"      ihi  poinfod  nway    io    star-  ; board.  Lt-vasseir* looked nnd caught his  breath. Two ships that., at (lie dls-  Utnc' seemed of nonM titrable burden were heading fownvds Ihom  soiiin five miles away.  For ihe remainder of ihal day Levus-  S'-ur's 11 tough I.,-. wore of unytlilng but.  lovt'. lie rcm.iiitcd on deck, Ills oyv-x  I now upon the litnd, now upon those  | iwo slowly gaining ships. To run I'm*  ! I hi.; opt-'ii could avail them nol.hinp*,  ! and In his !������:t!-:y -*"ondlt5on would pro-  ��������� \ ide  nil   ntldil ionsO  daiiKei*.       fU'j must  | .-'i and   in  | I own I'ds  j  l.l'ii-S   of  y.Mi   |.ive   i  [ !)������������������ ii linos  a    voice  ' a unouiit"!  i'u'i  %va.-.  * Ja-\itM,'  - [.an if-d  a*.'!      "'..  it Imi;> id  t  "i nir  on y   anil  even I rig,  shore and  he  order  -..   I'piinlrd  I'l'OIll     the  ���������    Hull    III'-  ill-- Ar-ah  |ii-esuiuah!.  'ill      lalll     KIT  hi-     TiiLnsnc  Hi        'ti       \  P-|l  11 ".lit, And then,  when within three,  when ho was about  to strip for battle,  irom relief to hear  crow's-nest, above  lar;.'")- of flit- l.wo  i-l.rt. I tt-r cornpan-  y  ii  jii-lzt\  IT Jn   11   boiii   iteeoni-  aiid   I wo o'lici i-H,  t'li'ilaln      ftlot-itl  CHAPTER XV.  . The- Ransom  In the glory-of the  following morning,    sparkling    and    el ear after  the  s tor tii,. with   an   "invigorating,     briny  tang  in  the  air  from  the  salt  ponds  on the south of the island, a curious  scene was played on the beach of the  Virgen Magra, at  the  foot of: a ridge  of bleached  dtlnes, beside  the spread  oi' sail from which Levasseur had-improvised, a lent. |  Enthroned upon"an empty cask sat'  the'. French-filibuster to transact im-'  portant business; the business of making himself safe with the*'Governor of  Tortuga. ^.Before him, guarded by two  half-naked     negroes,     stood .   young  tW'Ogeron.      Near at hand, and  under  guard, mademoiselle. hl.s' ' sistor    sat  hunched upon, a hillock of sand.      .Li"--  | vasse-uv    addressed     himseU'    to.   M.  d'Ogeron.  "I trust-.-monsieur," said he. ".villi  mock suavity, "flint. I'have' made myself, quite clear. Your ransom is fixed at twenty thousand pieces of eight,  ahd you shall have liberty on parolo  to^go to Torluga Io collect, it. Meanwhile, your .sister remains with mo a**  n, hoslago/'  "I refuse���������utterly -and absolutely,  do you understand'-' So do your worn I,  and be damned lor u filthy pirate."  cried d'Ogovnu, ',  "*_lenn*i������bei- your sisi.er"s huiionr Is  j lit pawn to mo, ��������� Should you forget  I l.o return with ilu* .'tiVry,. you will not.  conshier it uiwi.i-onnble thai. I forgot  lo niiiri',. hop." .���������*r.,'cl.,Opct**L*on ohserv-  : ed the grey despair, til lit hi'itl almost  isUuupotl Ihe boinily ��������� IVoin her I'aee.  i     "No,  you  dog.      A  thousand   l hues.  Mcignetvbx Receiving Sets  TtRF-o*  illuslrated below, and TRF-5 ivith separate reproducer, are  the most satisfying., reliable, resultpringing sets on the market at any  price. v .   "*. -       ,   _T  Purchased through and endorsed by The Old Established Music House  of J. J. II. McLean & Co., Ltd., Winnipeg.  TRF-5   .  The same receiver as TRF-50  encased in a simpler cabinet and  without built-in reproducer.  Complete with ^tubes, batteries  and loud speaker���������  $233.30  TRF-50  Tuned radio fiequeiicy circuit  with 5 tubes and single, dial.  Built-in Magnavox reproducer.  Carved mahogany cabinet. Com-  nlefe with tubes and batteries���������  $2.68..30  Antes.no $5 extra  m.'iny ffnitv n about v.'.ir nictlicine. .Jost  last "week 1 tfot a fetter from rny old  rhimi in the hast. Her baby wto- born  f;l"teaf-n day."* before mine and who toid  ifif Hhn war, r.ftt   fee'iin'* very well,   lit!"  t ^,.... I -    ., n h r-.--    --^T     rr^;*?'!-.      *??1f-.     *hfjt   "Ml**    I *-f  v,(.,rr,  pa-V t> ������������������ X<  :ru!  iroinr.1. trt.'titl.e th" untof rriardicme J took.  Vou oan use my letter and I hope hoiho  one will be helped hy it. "-- Mrs. .Jr>s, If.  <��������� .  .     ,���������      -,���������   t������ . , ,i������ 11    * -     -���������   ���������  ������������. II tt I,     I ><<.���������   <>' -,    ���������    .  at.."..*..,    -i  u*  lllll'l,.' '���������  In;.'-  -.* <-���������  Tl\-  ,'.i,ib������'l  i v, ������-nl \  1'ilej IO  I '.'.���������el! I .',  <<Hi i,  Ho-       \i  JflO-h.  VI  the  Atuhi'll.t.  In j.-f    ,-e|iiii'al inn     hun    boon  in ofiia b"���������������."       v :i:-i       <'aiilaln  ..;    < i  , i Ji,' "  1 i ".     ,i    I ui     .    ) in.. n  'vi     )|t,l (>   t are aj "  tall   ,--.bi|i  thai   ;ici"oiit|iiiiii������*d   tin*  ia     wa-t    ;������     S|i*.iuIhIi     v"-.������;a-|     of  .'Jn.      j*.- h i il f-,      Ilu-   Haillhtj'ii   finiii  -UN <*.     wli It     .i*.     Iiiiiit||-a-fl     arid  i hon'i.i nd    v. i i.' ini      ol      v-iea'a.  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Prince's  South African Tour  of smutty  fbr over soy ears  Seven Seated Car For Use lo  Nigeriar  Is Painted Scarlet  For    the    Prince's    use during his  South    African    tour    six    handsome  .touring cars are being sent out, five  for"   the    staff    and  one  for himself.  All are of 25-30 h.p., and they will be  in charge of Mr. F. J. Small, who drove  the Prince during his travels in India,  Australia,  and Japan.      The Prince's  own car, which Mr. Small will drive,  is ji five-seater, "painted royal blue and  upholstered in blue leather, with the  Prince of Wales'  crest on .the doors  and the> three feathers in metal on the  front of the car.  ��������� For His Royal High-  ness's vTsity-tb Nigeria se huge seven-  seater touring car. painted bright red,  is being^sent out.     On the car will be  prominently     displayed     His     Royal  Highness's crest, at the back andj on  JB5*__*w JaWJI1a_^* <*^  '^~r       "^ - -a   *���������*"* v^m   ������������������'"������������������or  I JB.X~*.  The   world's  .best   hair   tint.  WU1 restore .grfcay hair to  its  natural color an  15 minutes  Small'  Size  53.30   by   mall  Double Sl2t*f;55.50! by   mall  The Ht. T. Fember^Stores -Limited  PSione M. 23T4-a       -129 Yongc  TORONTO, ONTARIO  liledl  fl  Saskatchewan  School Trustees  French Puzzled By ���������ifts  Several  Thousand   Francs  Distributed  in      Envelopes      Wlar'ked *  ...'���������Restitution"  Inhabitants or the famous Spa, Vit-  tel We*lls, and of surrounding villages  for some days have been intrigued and  mystified at the reception oE envelopes  addressed to them by mall, marked  "Restitution," and conlaing "bank notes  varying from twenty to one hundred  francs. . Several thousand francs  have, alre-^tiy been distributed in this  manner by the unknown sender, whose  motives    cannot   be    conceived,    and  -r-_.TS.vtl  a.a_-i ������.-.--  US  the doors.  Scarlet .has been select-  I ed in preference lo royal blue as be-  | ing more ' impressive from ~ the point  ! of view of the West African natives.  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  I  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  ALWAYS IN THE HOME  ���������Jl*  \.  List of Officer������ Elected For, the Coming VeSr  C. E. -Little, Ogema, waS" elected  president of, the Saskatchewan School  Trustees' Association at tlie convention in Saslcatoon. He replaces James  F. Bryant, .."Regina. who refused to accept the nomination for an eighth  term.  Tho" utlier "officers chosen were:  Honorary" president," James F. Bryant, Regina; first vice-president, F.  W. Goulden, "Ebcnezer; second vice-  president, Joseph Necclham, Unity;  secretary-treasurer, J. II. Cunningham. Regina: honorary \ice-president-_  Mrs. William Allen, Moose Jaw.  whigh   are  sufficiently  niysi  decide the authorities to open an inquiry in an attempt; to solve the riddle.  French   War   Ace   Killed  /  Hon. AVilliani Pugsley, former minister of public works for Canada, and  later Lieutenant-Governor of New  Brunswick, died recently-in Toronto.  The German minister, of'finaiice/has  prepared a"'new taxation bill / which  provides for an all-round increase in  the duties on beer and tobacco.  H. Gx Crawford, of the entomological branch of the department of agriculture, has been promoted to the position of chief of the division of field  crop and' garden inafgets. ' 7  "Italy must settle her war debts,"  says Senator Teodore Mayer, .report-  -er for the senate finance committee*,  in his report on the financial budget  for the fiscal year of 192-1-25.  -i        ���������    .      ���������   x ���������-������������������-x'.   ���������-���������-���������--  -   The House or Commons has approvy  ed the treaty between Canada and the1  United States  for the suppression of  smuggling     along xthe     international  boundary.    / -        *  Once a mother has used Baby's Own  Tablets for her little ones she will use  nothing else and as long as there are  babies in the home you will always  find a box ;df Baby's Own Tablets on  hand. Thousands o^-mothers have  become convinced through the actual  yisp bftthe' Tablets- -tbatthere is -tioth--  ing to equal them in banishing constipation .and indigestion; . breaking up  colds, and ^simple fevers; .expelling  worms  and /promoting  that  healthful  United States Buys .,  Famous Death Ray  - "'���������:���������������������������" 'i .'.'���������'  inventor Says Sale Made In Less Than  A -k] lyv!y":/''y"Week- - ./;..���������'  H.    G-rindell    Matthews, inventor of  the -'death ray," asserted on his arriv-  Wing,4>f Plane Torn Off While Looping  the Loop-  . Roger . Ronserail, known as^'the  avenger of Pegoud," and a iamous war  ace himself, was killed during an exhibition flight at Mont de Marsan, near  Bayonne, France. Since the armistice he had been employed by a travelling circus to make flights over towns  and cities. In spite of a violent storm  he insisted on taking off"'as" usual.  When he was* l,o00 feet from, "the  ground one/wing of the plane was torn  off while he was looping the loop. He  crashed. and was instantly killed.-    y  Hastier  sRubWd Away"  The mother of this attractive little girl,  "Mrs. E. E. Emmans, of 215 Seventh Ave.,  N. E., Portage, fca Prairie, Man., is one  of the many Canadian mothers who arc  enthusiastic about the vaj������ri-d-0|- -salve,  Vicks VapoRub, for treating dnldren'a  colds. Mrs. Emmans-writes: "My little  girl liad croup at night pretty badly and  Vicks did lier a lot of good. I have also  used it with very satisfactory results for  head and chest colds."  Vicks is just "rubbed on" for sore  throat, tonsilitis. bronchitis, crouo or  deep chest colds." When "so applied,  Vicks has a double direct action:, inter-"  znally medicated vapors are inhaled -while,  at the same time,-externally, it is absorbed through and stimulates the skin.  al In England from the United States,  refreshing sleep so necessary to tl*ej that he had disposed of his invention  w^lfare.^ Of little  ones.      -A,mdng  the Mn    that    country,    but lie would not!  thdusands of mothers who praise.  Baby's Own Tablets is Mrs.-Alex. J.  Perry, Atlantic, N.S., who says:������������������T  always keep Baby's Own Tablet's' in  the house as I "know of no other medicine that can equal them for the minor-  iiIs. that come to "young children." The  Tablets, are sold by medicine dealers  or by mail at 25c a box from The Dr.  Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,  Qnt7.     / . -::'~7y;-:.7     % ������������������;  divulge tfie buyer's price._  . Mr. Matthews, who was a passenger-  on the Aquilania,"said: "England now  has definitely lost the chance of obtaining my invention known as the  'death ray.3 " America snapped it up.  I had been 'there' only a week when I  concluded negotiations for its sale."  Asth ma Vi ctisns. The man or woman subject to asthma is indeed a victim. What can be more terrifying  than to suddenlyy_g.e seized with parr  exysms of choking which seem to fairly threaten the* existence of life itself.  From such a ebnditic^Di\ J. D.,Kellogg's Asthma, Remedy has brought  many to completely restored - health  and happiness. A It is known and prized In every section of this broad land.  Wlieti a mother detects from the  wiitliings and fretting of a child-that  worms are troubling it, she ca'n procure a reliable remedy in, Miller's  Worm Powders which will exptl all  worms from the system. -'"hey may  cause vomiting, but this need cause no>  anxiety, because it is but a manifestation of their thorough work. No  worms i can long exist .where these  Powders are used. -7-'"       /,:  Save the Forest Week  From Sunday. April 19, to .Saturday,  April 25, of this year, has .been set  aside by royal proclamation as "Save  the Forest Week.'*1' Tlie^ proclamation appears in a recent^ issue of the  Canada Gazette.  Forty Years' Experience  Alport, Ont.���������"T h.nvc much pleasure in testifying to.t.ic cflicacy ot Dr.  Pierce's   Golden   Medical   Discovery  which  I have used Jin my family oi  nine children for over forty years. I  have no hesitation in pronouncing it  to be the best  proprietary medicine  of which I have any kuowiedRC for  building up the body and keeping it  iu K^d order. If tnlcen .'iccordinf-. to  the'   d"rect5o-y-,    top-ctl-T   -with    Dr.  Pierced   Pleasant   Purgative   I'cllets,  t amsconvinced that there-is no better tonic.    I have been treated also  liy the Medical Start at Dr. Pierce's  Invalids.' Hotel antl I Lave had no rc-  turn of the  trouble   s.ince  that  date  <l')i0)   which   proves   the   thorouj-h-  iicsa oil their treatment."���������H. F. Bick-  -more. j All   dealers.    _ .'..,.  Write Dr. Pierce, Pres. Invalids  31otci, UuiTulc*, N.V.,*lor 5ree "���������<���������'������;-  c;il udvice.  ..���������....  ���������t.waawaa.w.ai'liiiia���������iaa. nam iii������������M������������il������������lliilWM������aa������������������WiaMa������^  W.    itf.    U.    i"������t������7  Prize Winning Recipe "  For Momay Sauce  "vlontreal- Lady Wins First Prize In  /Borden Recipe Club Contest  Miss Anita Davis, Montreal, has Just  been advised of her success in winning  first prize in the 1924 Borden Recipe  Club contest. This club, which Is international -in membership, has such  a contest each year, open to all mem-.  hers,.of whom there are approximately two /hundred thousand.' Miss Davis  essayed a sauce recipe, the* plan of the  contest being for each contestant to  compete in^the classification in which  she feels she excels. Tier recipe fbl-  Jows:! ���������-.-;'���������  Mornay-' , Sauce���������intet-iational Pri*������e  Winner  '/������������������cup butter, %" cup"'flour, 1 teaspoonful minced onion, % teaspoonful  thyme, "^ bay leaf, % teaspoonful  salt, Va teaspoonful white,pepper, dash  cayenne, 3 egg yolks, 1 cup white  stock, 1 cup Borden's Evaporated Milk,  Vi cup grated -Canadian cheese, % cup  grated Parmefr-ntn cheese.  *In the/top of-Si double boiler melt  one-fourth cup butter; add onion -*ind  cook until'..yellow. Add the flour and  stir unt.1.smooth, Combino mlllc and  stock; pour gradually into the mixture,  beating well with wire whip. Add  seasbnings and cook slowly for one  hour. Strain, reheat, add.cheosc'and  let cook until cheese is melted. Oroitm  remaining fourth cup butter. Beat  in the egg yolks, gradually, one at a  time; add slowly to sauce, mixing well,  using care that water hi lower part, of  boiler is not boiling.  This sauce" Is excellent for all au  gratin dishes���������crab meat, lobster, also  fish, s-ihstitulii^ fish slock for tho  white stock. .  Any, woman wishing to receive the  Borden Itocipo Book can write the  Borne.- t.ompiu.y in Montreal, mentioning this paper, and she will be  weiiI. a copy free of cost.  For Sore  Feet���������Minard's  Lin I ment"  Examining Steel By X-Rays  ^iMOST OI-D FOLKSf  REQUIRE A.  HEART AN0 ^ERVE TOittC  After middle age little sickness* and  ailments seem harder to shake oft than  formerly as tbe heart action becomes  weak and uncertain and the nerves  are not as steady as they were in the  younger days.   _  Now is the time when all aged people who wish to maintain tlieir health;  and vigor and retain their energy ��������� unimpaired should use 7  HEART AHD NERVE PILLS  . -  Mrs. M. O'Connor, "Whltestone, Ont.,  writes:���������-"I have been (troubled, most  of my life, wlth^ shortness of breath,  palpitation of the heart, and fainting  spells. > 1 was advised, by ajfrlend, to  try-MiiijurniB K,* & N. Pails> which I  did, and at oace found relief, and I  have never had a really bad spell  since. I a.xi 80 years of age and I  always keep them in the hottse, and  f.eel that with their help I will see  many years yet. I always recommend"  them to anyone who is suffering from  heart trouble.*'  . For sale at all druggists and dealers.  Apparatus   Wanted   to* Detect   Flaws  "-Through  Eight-Inch Thickniess  At . present CX.-ra.ys can. penetrate  pieces of steel three inchest thick. Professor Pullin, director .of the radiological research department, Woolwich, Eng., told the Soyal Society.  What was wanted, Isi order to detect  flaws in castings which we're a dagger.  to men's lives,   Avas   apparatus to .enable thorn to examine into castings of  eight, ten .or twelve inches thickness.  A transformer had been. constructed rated at 400,000 volts., arid what was  now required -was a tube capable of  taking that voltage.  When that was found they would be  able, to penetrate eight inches of steel.  A Giant Dirigible  .P!_-_>s to Build Airshij-. Twice Size of  ,.\'/:.:- y,,- -:_os Angeles 7-...  The Goodyear Company! of America  is >pianninig the construction of /a  dirigible twice the size of the Los-Angeles to establish a J'lew "y/ork-ltondon  passenger service, it Is repbrted.   ! y  Dr. UZarl Arnstein, former chief of  construction at the Zeppelin plant, is  said to, have received an "offer fi-om  the company to build the ship. The  ship would have motors generating  4,0.00 horsepower.        ,,    -_  Where Men Are. Scarce  The stamping ground  for Cupid in  England should be Sus.sex county.  In Sussex there are more women  proportionately than in any _ county  in England, the women numbering  ".1,274 to every 1,000 men. ' This is 108  more than the average for the rest of  England, and about 188 more tljan In  .101.3 before i^\e men went to war and  the womeiv. to work In the fields.  Canadian Motor Exports  Importance of This Growing  Industry  to the Dominion  GanadaTbfads the world "in automotive exports in proportion to production, domestic sales or. ownership ot"  motoi- vehicles or to that of population.  Not relatively but absolutely the automotive exports of the Dominion, are  only exceeded by those of the United  .States. Since    1920/   the    motor  vehicle exports of Canada? IRive nearly  doubled, the increase being from 9.S  per cent: to 17 per cent, of the automotive export trade of the world."  Slip a. p_c*ka*3<_ in  your pocket -when  you fto -home to--  GivehSe ycnax\$sler3  thisytholes<m*l6t>b-  lasting sweeft --fbi-  pleasure ������_1 *be*-ieflt.  Flnda "-joll-Ud Dull ,  The ex-Kalsor und his new wife have  recewtly been to Innpoot 1h-������ Clemum  crown jewels,'which reninln Intact and  were sent to IIpi land to repose in tho  vaultt. of a great hank during the war.  Wit-Ham's Becond wife is very anxloim  to wear the-j-o fine jewels as IhnpreHS.  She Is fed up by the dullness' of the  little flat country of canahi. and the  expedition to admire* the jowela wnai  unitei-iui<on to moony hw.  .JMifVard'n Llmimcnt Fin������ for th������ Hair  CUTICURA HEALS  ITCHY PIMPLES  On Facep Neck and Chest.  iJWere Hard, Large and  Red. Lasted Six Months.  " My trouble begun with pimples  on my face, neck and cheat. Tfce  plmplea "were hard, largo and-ted  and festered and ltc"-ed very badly,  especially at night. The irritation  cautted me to ucratch and the  acratching caused eruptionii. The  trouble Ian ted about -aix months.  "I bejjan uning Cuticura Soap  ���������itn-I Olntmertt and they afforded  relief,and after ushi-* one cakeof Cutlcura Soap w-id one box of Cutlcura  Ointment I waa healed." (Signed)  Mitts Havrlet GuadorC, G17 S. "Eh'i  St., Spokane, *Wa.*ilii.,jJuiie 4,1923.  Cutlcura Soap dally a with Cutlcura  OItiata-aent occ������������l0-"������al*.j*,. preventu  pimples or other erupUonui. They  are pleaalng to un������, m& U also Cutl-  curaTalcum, an excellent deodorant,  I|-rl>aie Ht)lli>,tl_., OlHtm������nt W>������������������atl|t.(.:"r_.Tt-lliM������rae.  tSSSs*" T"T *"*' aatfvi-'.Siaiiitimr Slleli.  internally and Externally it is Good.  ���������The crowning property of Dr.  Thomas' 32clectrlc Oil is that It can be  used internally for many complaints as  V/ell as externally. For sort*.* throat,  croup, whooping cough, pains In the  chest, colic "and many kindred ailments it has qualities that are uusur-  fiussed. A bottle oE it costs little and  hero is no.loss la always having it at  hand.  Vse lt _������tr$**lf afltff,  l������rar*cld n^. or vrhenl  iYforkdra^-e. IViai  ���������^TeaJrllWe ftejheBer*;  MONEY ORDERS  rsny ycfur out-ot-lown suppllc-t wiHt I*>o-  mhiion Kxp-r������sa Money Ordera,  Germany antl Framte  Make T������smiporary Pafct  CbmmeroTal Agreement to Remain In  Force Nine Months  A   commercial   modus   vlvehdl between France und (..rainny has beeir  slgnod.      The    tempO'L-ary    trade    nr-  .riingomout. v.hereby each country gets  tho benefit of reduced uiri/n's oa tipt-  chilly  Helected articles on sC progressive sliding Hcalo, . will    continue*    In  force nine months.     It.will then give  way to a perm-moiil commercial treaty.  which will ho bused on Lhe new French  tariff.  1925 field Seed Catalogue  NOW READY  \V������ sp������*crt.tvllxa3 In Xort'born ������rl*ow-i,  4*-nrly umitlirlnis ne������Hl ������*on*, jwiwi *-lov-  *-i", nU.iliit. *mn.flow*, r -*nHr*"<.������l.ior JU-Bcl  Ki'trrd*-. ttf..yon want o������ir ojtttilrtt. or  niiy oC our spft-lnl ltcvol*la"'t!* on Com  Orovvimj*:. SSlos*, Swwt Clover. AltnUai.  t.t������.*.. Kt*������<l ii������ a -toHtcurct- today., Tltcj'  tvix*s all "five for tlio. n HkhiK.  jas. p.. McGregor  I Gleiicari.oca.    FuiiMi,    Pi-alidon,    M-tn,  I  Gook'a Regulating CompoiincT  Ni'iirly   all   chlldn'-bivaro Hiibjt*������_t to-  worniH, and many aro born with itu-i-if. J  Kparo thorn Buffering- hy ualng Mother |  OravoH' Worm Kxtormtaatoi-, un oxc������*l-!  i i.r. pit     f taltli ift  ���������',11 ra.r|-rf������t c\ ,t(������tt^l|r Ni.i I. Hi  -^aa������WI*!a.i������faa^4,^(4a������id^|)_l{|JUIi^'  ._i_Lj..tHl > IT |iaiPl.|il-|     .***  |"^^tt**ri"_!SIa|li*'  ;a,".*;..*.'-n*^  lent remedy.  To consbinl n wave of hydroiitliohUu  VoUohanut, .Japan, alllclulH- will ftnt>  anyone ?2"������0 if. he leuv<*s liln doj. un-  c*!"**."nod,  Minrtrfi'b  Linirri,a.*''-t for  Colds  BVKK HMalul* A O-MITI/ltV IIKI-UTAVION  In ICM "tTHiP'Q. ftt.v.9 wan tm������  IR. Lt uLtLNtf 0 Liv_titjiHitoNtav������  ��������������� _ ttt w i n ���������.mv'mimmt. t.ra������K at. C, n������ V w., It he l-!������Kil-",*���������  On tl csitCncs "on-AUftmw  ltd jkd a'tivai.- rott .jta������������r������ -ttu-irKim.  ill*.. %JE fiLEHC 8 A.Fe-iicHTfri.t.8.  Valal   bjr U������^t*1  CtahTiniata.       Hl.ru   I... a. ,.a ,-...1   ia,.  Oh.LatCt-ltarc Ma.JI-Ct������.Hi.*������r-*lo<-W KJI. N.W.������. 1 OHalo*  ��������������� ktaUnStbl tO Trasta Jl. a*H������i-������ir UT.K., Toron 1������., On*.  mH W-SmtMXH *>-3 fctB S- K������������ VO.IH. Cl : V.  w^aat^wa*aaawatMia.wai..py^^.ajiBjHa^jmi^ij^j^|  ftm^Km^^v^.'^^mmsxt^^ ���������fmn-nn  S^^������Sfe^^^'^^5^&^S3^I^^SSSfS^s^^5fe-j  s_j___a_u.  uuumju-e  -.,-amj.' _  THE CRESTON  KEYIEW  OGILVIE Goods are dependable  For;  J^ltes inf Gl-ic.fee.si  aMrttaalWte-i  and  Cut Worms in the  Garden  use  H __ _rB tF  in BOTTLES  a4ELtf*  -  -a_������_p-'*W������  Local and Personal  .  JacEcsohs  NAVIGABLE WATERS' PROTECTION AGT  R.S.C. Chapter 115.  The Minister of Public "Works, Government  of Britisii Columbia, hereby gives notice that  !be has, under Section 7 of the said Act,  deposited with the Minister of Public Wort-Eat Ottawa, and in the office of the Registrar of  the land Registry District of Nelson, at Nelson  a description of the site and the plan of a  Ferry, proposed to be "built over tbe West Arm  of tho Kootenay Lake adjoining Harrop Wharf  about-14 miles east Ot Nelson, B.C  And take notice that after the expiration of  one month, from the date of the first publication of this notice the Minister ox Public  Works, Government of British Columbia, will  under Section 7 of ths said Act, apply to the  Minister of Public "Works at his office in the  city of Ottawa, for approval of the said site and  plans, and for leave to construct the said  Ferry Landings.  Dated at Victoria, B.C., thia 4th day of May,  W. H. SUl"Hl_R_____]SrD.  _j*-!tnister of Public Works  . Province of British Columbia  MlNHftAL.  ,-v:  jPOFtia f  Certificate or Improvements  aWOTYC-S  Dome Fractional and Tea-Pot.FractJonal Mineral Claims, situate in the Nelson Mining-  Division of Kootenay District,   Where located*   On Sheep Creek, about seven miles  fromSaimo.  TAKE NOTICE, that.!, A H. Green, acting  as agent for A Bremner, Free Miner's Certificate No. 69420-C, and James  Bremner, Free  Miner's Certificate No. 88207-0. intend, sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to tho Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements  for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of  the aba-;���������*-. -*"*������-__  And. tw-TtliE.take notice that action, under  section &,  muft be commenced  before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 28th day of February. 1925.  * A.H.GREKN.  GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT  Notice of Application for Beer  License  Notice ie hereby ai van that on or after tho  !a_th dear of June next the tinder***" syned intends  toappiy to tbe Liquor Control Board for a  license in reapect of premises "being- part of tho  building to be toownM tlie -fourlst Beer  Partor/sitant������d at Etfckoon, RC��������� upon the  tandeideacrlbod act Lot 8, of Lob SOBS, Group  One, Kootenay District, Nelson Land TtegiBtra-  tiotn District, fn t-ho-Evince of British Columbia., for the ������ale of beer by tho g-huw or by the  open bottle for consumption on tho premises.  Dated thia t_tb day of May. 192S.  FREDKKICKV. 8P__J_KP.R. Applicant.  60YERN1IENT LIQUOR AGT  Notice of Application for Beer  License  Potatoes For Sale���������About thrcs  ton--of good potatoes.   John   Arrow*  SEaSat-Ma CreStOQ.  Rev. H. Varley has just been advised  that tbe Bishop oi Kootenay -will not  be able to make his annual visit to  ���������-FcotaOii tois year until July, A class  of candidates for confirmation is .being  prepared at Christ Church.  Dr. Henderson bad a hurried call to  Ginol's Landing on Monday raotningf  due to Mr.' W. Mack.' who resides  there, having been found dead in his*.  cabin. Death was due"' to natural  causes and no inquest was necessary.  At the Women's Institute meeting  on Friday Mrs. Cherrington was  named delegate to" the provincial  institutes" conference in Vaneouves*  next month. The -flower show will  probably be held on Saturday, July  5th .  Contractor Hendren has .-a small  crew at- work this week putting in a  couple of new spans at the bridge over  Goat River on the fiats, and wheel-  transportation aeros-- the Kootenay  -will be out of the question for the time  bdhig.  The ladies* ai*e reminded of the  country fair at the Parish Hall on  Saturday afternoon from 3 to 6 o'clock.  There wliS be-������ sale of sewing, cooking  and produce, and afternoon tea and  ice cream will be served. The admission is free.  E. C. Hunt, district horticulturist  of Nelson, was here on an inspection  trip at the end of the* week-r Reports  reaching hi in are to the effect that  orchard conditions at Vernon, Salmon  Arm and Grand Forks are much the.  same as. here. - .'.>,..  We have 7000 tr&nspl-tiited Tomato  Plants for -sale.- They are the earliest  tomato known, being: five days ahead!  of the EaHianna. ���������They are perfectly  smooth, symmetrical, and the greatest  market toppprs in the world. T. M.  Edmondson, Creston. :  With the May full moon period  safely past tomato planting is in full  swing this vieek, and- if everything  raised under glass gets into the fields  at least 125,000 plants will be cropped.  this year, and should provide a yield  of at least 20,000 crates." v -.-.'. -  Prompt service is being given: by R.  Comfort of the Creston Elairy. who is  deli vering witb a rebuilt Ford truck  front the Bevan garage, commencing  this week. The latest Ford buyer is  Hilton Young who has taken delivery  of a 1925 model touring car.  All the schools in the Valley are sure  to be here full strength, for tbe Chautauqua children's parade on Saturday  afternoon, May 30th, and both Eriekson and Wynndel are quite confident  that some of the .grand prizes will'  come to pupils of those schools.  Rev. G. Knox left on Friday last for  Victoria, v.here he is attending the  1925 session of the B.C. Methodist conference, of which he is a member of  stationing committee. He has just  completed a five-year pastorate here  and does not. expect to be assigned the  Creston oircuit again.  Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Argue, H. S.'  McCreath. S. A, Speers und-sH. McLaren were at Cranbrook on Friday  for the funeral of the lateR. E. Beattio  and was very largely attended from all  points in East Kootenay. Rev. J. A.  James of Creston Presbyterian Church  conducted the last sad rites.  Every school from Sirdar to Kitchener Is expected to be out in full force  in the children's costun-e parade on  the Saturday afternoon of Chautauqua  week, May 30th.    Four prizes Jn each  school-and four grand prizes will he  given. Not a bit too soon to be planing; tbe youngsters costumes.  The biggest thing in filmdomjvill be  BuOiaVN at the -.Grand tonight, and  Saturday,,- when Manager  Rodgers is  ~^**.*.M...]f$       .&uc  4_#l-i itCA    mJM. aa, Xva,Lfaa_tta,     at_a__  prices of 75 cents   to   adults,   and   GO  cents -fe--'-tisHil-Jsijiia.   It  ;_.    ������_     *__-.?_.?=-.������.  SS? ���������*��������������� -_.-������������������ m ������������������HU fy  romantic drama of the   civil war that  is altogether too good to miss.  A number of local applicants for  beer licenses heard from Chairman  Davidson of tbe Liquor Control Board  at the first of tbe week. At Creston  and I_ster licenses have been refused,.  whilst at Kitchener a license has been  grafted VoB. Johnson of The Kitchen-*  er Hotel, who is opening for business  iuiinedla*vely.  Creston- bassbs S_ teass made the trap  to Kitchener on Sunday for a game  -witb tlie newly-formed team of kthat  tow**; and came home winneis by a  score of ti to O. The boys speak highly  of the hospitality extended them mine  .host Johnson of the Kitchener Hotel  serving them a splendid supper at the.  game's conclusion.  The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.  W. R Embree will be sorry, to h������������r  of the death of their only sort, Billy,  aged almost "eight years," who died at  the-l&mbree home at Beltflower. Calif..  on April 29th.    Tbe little   fellow   was  subject to heart trouble Ttnd an attack  of brights diseasealong with-bis.other  aliment producea^coniipiicatioQS that  were too much for his none too rugged  constitution.  * --J������������������- ^     '  ":  . There was a fine turnout of Chau-;  tauquu guarantors on Friday nigh-D for  the organization meeting, and- Jas.  Adlard will egass. be chairman of the  managing committee, with C. Wr  Allan, secretary. The committee  head-* -are: Publicity, C, F. Kayesj  grounds, E*. H. Jackson; tickets, W.  R. "_ong. This year Chautauqua  opens ������m Wednesday, May 37th, and  the season ticket sellittg campaign will  open about a week, previous. " ' -*--  Fat ""  Pianoforte. Organ ana  Singing Lessons  ARTHUR COLIIS*. Creaton  ** *%    **��������� ^+  Loyalpraiige Lodge Jo. 2095  "   Meets THIRDTHUKaiOA-S' of  "    * each   month',  at .. Mercantile  '!.   Hall.   Visiting brethren cordi-   *  ally invited.     , " *  ' ,       ERIC QUSON. W.M.  aa-ttw���������  I  Geo. Melh savs-��������������� ��������� x  1.'._.-_ r  S /A���������?1' Henderson and Dr. Burnett have both  visited my 4!^9ns������ff^ *Sf������_ have  complimented tne on the good arrangement,  quality and quantity of my stock of  dispensing drugs, and my equipment.    -- v x -   ~ "  "To those of you who would tike to know of my qualifications asja chemist and  druggist. I kold two certificates of the Province of B.C. and one lif the British  Columbia College of Pharmacy.  "I have worked iu some of the biggest drug stores Ain-Vaticouper and New  Westminster, and generaUy ever B.C. during the last nine years."   -  YOUE DRUGGIST IS MORE THAN A MERCHANT!.  CRESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE  Notice in hereby given that on or after the  '_*tl_ day of Majr ne vt tlie undemtg-ncd intends  ro apply to Uio Liquor Control Hoard for a  HcenHO 1 n reapect of premEJiuw. belntf part of the  biT'lalncr to tie known an the ICuiukjU Hotel,  Httimtem at BCttchoner, B.C.. nooa tho landw  deawrfbed a*i I^ofc Ten In Illock Efeht. Towmoite  of KJtcliener, Group One, Kootenay DtotJrtot,  N^eluon I^nnd E^rlfitrntion Dhrirlct., In the Province of BrltJHh Columbia, for the ualoofbeer by  the fl-law- or by tlio open bottle for conHumptlon  on the nreralfM*-.  Oated tlilfl 24th day of April, iGSfi.  JOK LAVA I_LKY. 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SEE  US FOR^  Fresh  Fruits and Vegetables  in Season  v  Dry Goods  Braeeriss  S- A.  furniture  Hardware  For the  buy  for  Men, Women or B6$$  in  Vests,   Drawers,   Bloomers,  or  Combination Suits  *^f_?_wy,*f*.if'*L'^  at���������:  _S____35=  ilH'..'..__m' fl H.JBffliS   ' BWB&\   WmW MaPABiH B fl*B   E>      '* B ������H aBB������Slai^tfi!aa.a91ffl m       B  ���������  S "aCrj'iir  S   "^7*. "3.        CwSbS M*SiJt7__r Z.Z. m   S   m.mmmtumm     ,  ^ges* *mtf,ui %? m> mt ,. Mr. .M������f.-"������.. m ��������� m  hmiYEB.  mmmmmmmm  1'^IIJIliftWltllMlWla.lMttllllllaal  mm  mwmjMMgtinmi^^  j^MWa>*>)tit. j^^ia������jit!ir|j|ii_>ni_ji. ijiwtn-at^  Ma*jjMMlWIIMI������IMWIWMW^  mmm������������ *~&������&^p$?$$'&ffi  %'->^^i^^'^i-.'}yl~''^^y  IBS  CBESTCIt   R&VEEW  FUew  hong semi-elliptic springs front and rear���������the combined length  equalio8Q% of wheel base-���������and full balloon tires,   _  -- insure easy riding,  the locals' being badly handicapped  ���������tvaeh Ted^CIark was h"t on the arm in  the opening innings and compelled tc  quit the* gssms*. They are playing on  the field-next "the Pochin ranch, and  will; tackle Lister sehoot club this Sat-  lir������ay.,7.   ".j".  |[ ,   "  *'"-- ~-   / :-      -.  3   - Alt. Kelson -repni ts tbat he has been  successful in getting ranchers to take  onTXhe growing of about 40,000 tomato  plants, and could have  let out at least  10,000 more plants if he hadthem.  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UW     JT# at-at^������ iir   JrwKjr    t&Sfmwm  UtMV^tt.-.     ������_>������JM4������aa     -aa-av-..      ������.  -/J -ti*  ���������***������# _������    ���������#���������������������*-###*  ^_-������-t ������-*i*aT*^-na_r*\tr *"__--**~i ���������������JTt������*_t������(^X"ar_  TRUCKS  _-*1  A -K-C-f    A  N2>  /IS-TIVT-t  MelaAUGH-SN-BUrCK  CARS  Tourings - Light Deliveries - Runabouts - Trucks  ' a~T      ���������   ...,_               iii ~T   " .   ������������������-,! | i i        .   ���������   ., ���������   ,j      ������������������-������������������ ���������  1 Used Car, 1924, Model Touring $500.00  1 Used Car, 1924 Modet-Tpuring. ��������� -* -, 450.00  I Used  Car, 1923 Model touring....  275.00  Tliese Used Cars are re-conditioned and are in first-  class shape���������and are guaranteed.  - We  can  give you  good terms  on all  Cars���������rNEW or USED.  the service on Sunday the;Methodists  are putting:on a song. servi^jy at- the  church in.t^fe evening, toysfrhicb all-arc  invited*,. =   :"   :-    *    -"   .--?>:-"_���������"-"  -   " -" *'      - '    X:r -.-.:���������"'  Tbe'higti._,V--ind -'.that y prevailed on  Satiirdsy.ynight '-started/; ������P "Stag on  both-th^ ������������������Dad^Broweirkn-l Koltham-  iue;'-p!r*':*������>' but with pleiisy; of -rolun-  || teer help neither of the blazes did any  serious damage. "A.A'lj     ���������'  ��������� Jim Baremad has takesi-tfae contract  of completing the clearing ^th-s 20,acres  of Jap land opposite the school, which  was'receritly pnrchat-edby Alf,. Nelson.  Koad superintendent Davieslihas a  couple of teams and i^eir-at?ywoi-k  making some uppreciatecl repiurs on  the Fort MacLeod mad this^Wapejk;"  ,Tht* sale is reported this.Week of tbe  W. C..Cleave -ranch. thV purchaser  being a Mr. Gillespie of JUster^" We  heasr_Mr������ and -Mrs. Cteave'-are. moving  to Chilliwack to reside.   " J-  __: if n. m *  12 A P II12 C    I  ������..-__       fUJBL-.     1  Cask for thkm at time of delixery.  By selling direct to the retailers we get the top price, ant-  pass it along to you.  Already we are get-ting nsna-erorss esiq^iiries from, xtur  customers and would like to knovr how many crates you are  likely to be able to supply us .this season.  Our 1924 Strawberry prices were the highest in B.C., and  our payments the promptest. We as-e in a position to do just as  well this year, and can place all the -Berries we can get.  Please 1st us know at once how many crates yon expect to  have for us. _ - ..-������,.-  Creston Valley Produce Company  ALF. NELSON, Manager  ""  R. S. BEVAN, Prop.  Exclusive Ford Dealer        1  BBB���������BEBBSSB9_a������������������_BSI  ���������iOOQ sandwiches were part of the  e its supplied at a big Liberal aF home  at Greenwood on April 28th, to celebrate the bye-election victory of. the  Saturday previous.  ��������� SYNOPSIS OF *  UNDAlaTMNOMENTS  PRE-EMPTeONS  Vacesst, tmres-srvet3������ etu*veye3-  Crown lands may ba .pre-empted by  Brltieh subjects over IS -years of age,  and by alien. ,on declaring- intention  to become British subjects, conditional upon resldencci, occupation,  . and improvement lor agricultural  purposes.  Full Information concerning regulations re*_ardi_ar pre-emptions la  given ln Bulletin "No. t. Land Series,  "How.....to' Pre-empt Land,'"' copies of  which can be obtained free of cbargo-  by addreBsing the -"Ilepartmect of  Lands, Victoria* B.C^ or to any Oov-  erament .Agwt. ,:.'-,-  Rscoras *?7lK ba ssantcd coverisss  only land suitable/, for agricultural  purposes, and which is not timbor-  lanoa Le;, carrylng- elver B,000 board  , feet par acre west of theTCoastBange  Land 8,000* feet per acre oast of that  Range. ������������������.":���������,  Applications for pre-emptions are  to be addressed to the Land Com-:.  itttcciosacr of the Land Recording Division, in which the land applied for  la situatad, .and are made on printed  forms, copies of which-oan be obtained _rom tho Land Commlsslonor.  Pre-emptions must be occupied for  fivs years and improvementa mad������  to value of $10 per aero, including  clearing and cultivating at least five  acres, before a Crown Grant can be  received. -���������������������������������������������-.  ���������-Bar more detailed lnforxnatio*** see  ths Bulletin "How -to Pre-empt  Land."  ^������       PURCHASE ���������  Applications are received for purchase of vacant and unreserved  Grown lands, not being. tlmberlaml,  for agricultural purposes; minimum  yprios of flrat-olass Carablo) land Is $6  per acre, and second-class (grazing)  land $2.50 por aero. "t**urther Information regarding purobaso or lease  of Crown lands is given Jin. Bullotin  No. 10, Land Series, "Purchase, and  Lease of Crown Lands,"  , ' Mill, factory, or lndtiatrlal.aitca on  timber land, not exceeding 40 acres,  may bo purchased or leanod, the conditions including payment . of  Btumpago. ��������� :,'.-;:'  '    HOMEB1TK ���������' 'taSASBfiT  '  I *' Unsurveyod areas, not exceeding 20  aoreto.'may bo leased as homcoltos,  I conditional upon a dwelling being  icroptod In tho first year, tltlo belni  obtainable aftor residence and improvement conditions - ar������ fulfillefl  and land has been surveyed.  '���������' LEASES  For craning and industrial pur-  jr-r.M*.i_ sren.B'"not *-������*cMMHwfj <-*40 'aerftg  may b������ leased by one person or u  company.  Q RAZING  Under the Qmslng Act the Pi-ov-  ���������������*��������������� to divided Into erasing dlstHctj  tund the range administered under n  ctraslng Commissioner. Annuo]  gra-dng ptu-mlti- sirs Issued based on  nunkbfiirs ranged, priority being glvsn  to -.utabllaHed owntuv. Btock-owneri  limV    TOtHm     mmm*4Mm*tn������,~      #������y������.      ���������������>*.���������,.  tnanaeamant' XV#s.- or partially "ftrss"  permits are av-Uabl������ for settlem,  mjmswm mud traveiieni, np to ten  OdUd.  AnaasS Meeting StoenbfeecSers* Associattan  The annual meeting of Creston Val  lev Stockbreeders' Association will be  l*e d in Speers* Hall, Ore-.ton. on Sai-  urday, May'30fch, at 3 p.m. Business:  Election of directors and receiving of  reports.    CHAS. MOORE, Secretary.  Already this season 250 auto driver's  licenses have been taken out at Trail.'  At Vernon small boys are accused of  stealing *.ipotli]<hts from autos in that  town.  Silent policemen have been installed  at several of the worst corners in  Kaslo.  After being- closed for over a year  the hospital  at-fernie   re-opened   on*  ; May 1st.        " -      " _  Vernon is none too -sure of having  any apples of varieties later than the  Mcintosh Red.  The   C.P.R.    has  gasoline car   service  Mrs. - Andrew  children, who  have  Sinclair,  and    two  been  City and   South  put   on   a   daily  between   Slocan  Slocan.  Vancouver  vi.itoi-j. the past month, -arrived home  a few days ago.  -   W. Millington has returned to Kim  bet-ley to   resume   his   old   job   after  spending a   couple   of   weeks   at   the  ranch   here.  Mrs.'Noble is spending a few days  with Nelson friends this week.  Jos. W. Bell with three friends  made the '".motor trip from Kimberiey  and spent the. weekend - at the Bell  ranchat~Ei>tera.- ���������'���������     - -    ���������....'-.'" y  A. R, Bernhiird is in<. charge of tha*  I*i8ter  Trading   &  Supply   Company"  store at present,    whilst   John Blii-d is  tuking his us vial   two   weeks vaciitiolri.  7     '   ���������*> ���������      -���������',   - ' ���������.-���������' - ������������������        -���������' ..'  John  Finlay, Sr.,  is   at   Cranbrook  this*   week    u here   he   is   undergoing  treatment ut the St. Btiigene  hospit-������!������  but is expected   back  next week.    He  is accompanied by his son, John.  1'ercy Xye of__. Kimberiey paid- the  funiily a-flying visit at the end of the  week, coming in on Saturday, and  returning on Tuesday.  .','y.Jtn': wt������]!l informed ciioles here the  news previuIk that the Liquor Control  Board has refused to gr- nt a license  for the Boundary Btver Parlor at  L'ster.:.;-  The., .shareholders, of the Lister  Trading? & Supply Company, Ltd., had  a most sutlafactory annuul meeting on  April 80th, the usual dividend being  declared, and iho year's' turnover  showing a gain over the preceding  twelve months. The old board of  rniipiigcmcnt was re-elected"ns follows:  President, B. J. MalthouBC- ^ yicc-  presiden't',' P, N. lhotiipson; Dlreotoi-ar,  A. It. Bernhard, H. H. Holme and  W." P. Edwards.  Canyon OH*?  Gordon Vance, who has been working at  Northport,   "Wash.,   lately,   Is  hi[m& ot\ 14. vlbit ah prc^cot.  . Mr. and Miu Roy Browell and Fred  Browell were motor visitors to Kimberiey the bittor part of the week.  Matt. Clayton, who In working nt.  Kimberiey, spent a few dayd with his  family U'urc thlu wntuk.  Citnvon'H hcIiooI I in-.���������������. in 11 nlnt-t prot off  to a bud start this Hcuwon losing the  opening contest' on Saturday afternoon to EHckrion by,a i*coro of 88 to 10,  -B-C.'s lieutenant governor W. C.  Nichol has./ma-rlol-. 'donatioh'of 3200 to  the hospital at Greenwood. *  . .  Cranbrook board of trade is soliciting  the town for a fund of $1500 for  publicity purposes this yeaiv  R. Ewen of Cranbrook has just been  gran ted a patent for a^sen* adjusting  lighting attachment for motor cai-s.  Pentieton is planting its toiuist  ���������"-imp site with willows and poplars,  find is putting'in about 170 <if  them.  ^ "The Crows Nest Pass Coal Company  is niakinu*arrangements to.enlarge its  machine shops at Fernie and Michel*  Bonners Ferry is purchawng a new  auto tire truck thut will'cost"the town  about $5000. and will be delivered in  six weeks. 7  The Herald states that a radio  broadc.-isting station is. to be insiulled  at Bonners 'Ferry, and will be at work  thi*" month.  In order to have more time.off in the  evenings the office -stuff of the coal  comp y at Fernie is now starting  work ut 7.30.  In three*" years Dr. Miles has a  showing of 100-per cent, in attending  the weekly sessions of the -Rotary Club  at Cranbrook.  McElmon, the jeweler, who left  Greenwood some months ago, has  returned and re-opeued his watch  repairing shop. ,  Commencing the first Sunday in  May Kaslo Methodists and Presby ter-  iiins united. The latter did not take u  voto onthe question.  Tho News says that a r,mall black  bear playing around on the mountain  sides greatly amused   Trail   resident������  one afternoon recently.  A contract has boon let to a Winnipeg firm to replace neveral thouHnod  ties on tho Kootenay Central Railway.  and laborer-" have been shipped in to  take care off tho work.  At Cranbrook the government 1b  putting up it garage of ita own to hoiiBQ  and repair tho autos imed in ICsst  Kootenay by the forestry eervicfl  and  local piibile works employee-*-.  Freight trafiic out of Cranbrook is  nimuually heavy.. The Herald Hlates  that out* nlnliit recently three fre'-gbt"  moved etmt antl three more were tn  the yard waiting engines to move  tUt'ini the same direction.  Purity Chick Feed and Milk Mask  HAY���������Alf alfa~ and pine Joint  Steel Plow Shares te Fit any stake of Plow  taking a 10. 12 or 14-inch share.     It is necessary to bring in the  plow or a  well-fitting share-as a pattern.     Price,  fitted, $4.50.  FIN COULTERS fit any plow; $1.40.     .  Purity, al$oOgil&i&*a Royal Household and Fctmoas Flour  Investini  The ~_._-{-age*rs of all owr branchea  are in a position to obtain ire-  liable informatloa for those of  our customers who contemplate  making   an   invest_ae_it.     The  purchase or sale of Goven-ment,  Mu-dcipal axtd the higher g������*ade  Industrial   Bonds   can   be   arranged t������_rough any branch of  this Bank. "     -  IMPEWAJL   BANK  C W. A1XA.N,  OF GAKAEtA.  CRESTON BRANCH,  .Manager.  The Best Way  DON'T -risk loss by enclosing ca_sh  in your letters. You will find the.  Money Orders issued by this Bank a  safe and -convenient way of paying  your out-of-town accounts,  4������������������_.���������__���������������Hr c*_. iiniwu- uietu-wuxiottx deiay at t���������io  same coat m Post Office or Entreat Order*.  WB WE1LCOMB YOUR BUSINESS ������*.  OF COMMERCE  Capital P-id Up $20^300,000  'Reserve Vvmd $20,000,000  '-v ��������� J ��������� Jif  D. T. Sc-rimgeour, Manager  Creston Branch  -WSJ-*A A     i*" ^K^iTliA* | m u    '-  JTIIY OUR  ShAMROCK FORK SAUSAGE  An economical dish, ensy to (-erve.  Shamrock Brand MAM. BACON etna'LARD  fll F NDA f F CUFA MF&V  ftirTTFR  KMM*>u.*\il&JJra\K..iXZt    %^M%.Mj.JrfLtrtX^X\. M      JO%J M M JC*S%  Government graded, liighest*<*|tittllty.  FRESH and CURED FISH  all varieties.  -��������� aCtlioiciSaSi. JBEEI*9-.FORK9 J^SU*I"I"'!QJNtp *%TEAI*9 JLAJmE  w ar������a, . iiatf3  aTa-r-t-r*- a J*     *r**^*������r-ri rr*m.xr  s?*r\fnr%  I MM iiMMUM* ������Cl������      MttLfMjsjrmSMj    m    %^"m* M* m taia. m.       at    ������w .a-a-aa-*-  increases'c-r������ production and producca better poultry.    Buy the beat.  ummmmmummmimmamemtmmem^am. i irn-f mi in: iniiiiiiiiii imirii mini  wiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiih-iiiiiiiiiiiiuii.n  immpmvgmm^^  wmmmmm ���������**tt**ai������*- lrt-ai-'-^*~.~>".i*^.'*i;,t-.J-ij*** <*���������' Jir^^^^JJ^i.--^���������13%J������  yj-li.l1. tia_jv_!^%j;t������'_ij  7.-  -^  THE    ft-RVTEW.    CRESTON.    B.    C.  ,/  m  West Is Coming Back  *Work  Men are sometimes heard to grumble because they have to -work.liavd to  ���������make a living for-themselves and families, but the man -who makes tlte most  bitter complaint is the one who is out of \vorrk, is anxious to work, and cannot  obtain employment.      Not  "hard -work," but "out of work" is the real  tragedy ol! life. >- *--       l  The greatest problem confronting the'**Government and people of Great  fhilain today is lack of employment, resulting in a million-or more men Hying  ���������n idleness. The most serious side of this unfortunate*-situation, however, is  not the loss of productive wealth which this army of potential workers might  he creating; it is not the financial drain imposed on the Government and  charitable organizations in providing a bare living for these men and their  families; it is not even the amount of hardship and suffering which may be  entailed. The really serious thing is the effect on the characters and morale  of these men forced to live in idleness, and on young children who lack sufF___.  cient nourishment to develop strong bodies.  Because many cannot obtain-work, and the* Government was forced to  provide a system of doles in order that these people might live, there has  been a decided lowering, in the morale of many, with the" result that as. time  has passed thousands have become discouraged, indifferent: afid shiftless, and  have reached that frame of mind where they no longer "want work and are  quite content to drill along indefinitely subsisting on Government doles and  charity. ���������!"'"������������������.  Prevailing conditions give added testimony to the tiuth of the old saying  {hat Satan finds mischief for idle hands to do. Communism and Bolshevistic  doctrines are openly preached" in England and the gospel of a workless world  (aught. Many of those who are at work are ready .to strike on the* slightest  provocation, notwithstanding the fact of thousands already out.of employment.  Others are slackers on their jobs and deliberately refrain from performing  a fair day's work. The result is that Great "Britain is! having difficulty-in regaining its old pre-war eminence in world manufacturing, and commerce, and,  as a result, industry cannot provide the .volume of -employment that would.  otherwise be the case. .  European travellers comment on the entirely different picture presented  by France and Germany. In both of these countries the gospel of hard work  is both-taught and practised. Germany is rapidly regaining its old trade and  even increasing it over the pre-war figures. A writer, Comyns Beaumont by j  name, states that Germany's exports to Britisii India, the Dutch East Indies,  Java and China were thirty per cent, greater in 1921 than in tlie* pre-war year  of 3.-.13; that Germany today manufactures more pig-iron than Great .Britain;  that in Brazil and Argentina, imports from Germany far exceed those from  Great Britain; that in China, East Africa, South Africa and India, Germany's  trade is advancing by leafrs and bounds, "while in the case of India* especially  Britain's trade is falling off.  Hard work is not a curse, but a blessing. The man who worksjuard and  throws his. whole energy into his task is, as a rule, a contented and happy  man. Jt is the idler who is the malcontent, the fault finder, the mischief-  maker. The theory of a workless world bi-ing a paradise is lhe most insane  of all fallacies, and that section of the British people who appear to have  accepted a state of unemployment as a permanent, inevitable and not wholly  undesirable condition, had better awaken to this fact before it is too late.  In'oi* is it iu Britain alone that people require to bestir themselves and  come to a full realization of tho great truth that in work, hard work, is to be  found their own salvation and the salvation of their couixtry. There are men  who say, and seem to* think., that their country owes theixi a living. This .s  not so. No country owes any man a living unless lie is prepared to work  for it. Nothing of permanent value can be gained in this aworld^"except  through work, and the man who refuses to work has nobody but himself to  thank if he get?, lit He or nothing out. of life. ���������  SIR JOHN AIRD  President ot" the .Canadian Bank ot  Commerce, who says that^the farmers  of Western Canada are much further  ahead - financially,-, than - this time "ast  year, following the gOod 1924 crop and  better "whert-fc prices..  Some Recent inventions  A transparent umbrella that allows  the person carrying it to see where he  is going is a novel invention recently  patented'by a woman in London. Another new stunt is a pair of scissors  wTith interchangeable blades.  Canada and the Empire *-  De-fciny  of  Canada   is  in   Association  With British Empire1 ' ���������  In Canada there is a deep-seated belief that this country can work out her  destiny to better advSntage in, political association with the Mother Country than in any other way. " Political  conceptions have changed since the 13  colonies quarreled with George III.  There is no occasion, no possibility of  such quarrels now. Canada ha's everything those .colonies revolted to &&-  cure, and she ha^s. a great deal more.  If we, cannot make Canada a great ahd \  prosperous nations within the commonwealth of British peoples the fault will  b e our own.���������Toronto S tar.  Earache, Toothache  Now Quickly Subdued  These are the "sort of ills tbat call  for a powerful and certain remedy.  ���������When your tooth is jumping, when you  want ease aiad comfort in a hurry, you  always get that quick relief front  trusty, oid "NervilSne." Many who  have proved the unfailing merit of  Nerviline call it "'King over-x Pain'.'*  Certainly no family can afford to be  without a 'bottle of this dependable  medicine. ���������������������������.���������.���������NerY.iline> is a .protection  against a hundred minor ills, suchyas  cramps, gas oh the stomach, neuralgia,  toothache, earache, etc. Get a 35c  bottle from your dealer to-day. y-v    -  s'  Man  Has   Wonderful   Brain  ���������,AAkBM:#Mi^Mx^-  j  X  GOOD NEWS FOR  RHEUMATIC PEOPLE  is   Able  and  Speedier  Than  Swiftest  Bird  French .Army.-Officer Flies 280   Miles  An Hour  A.    French    army officer,  Adjutant  Bonnet, has just streaked Ihrough-the  air for a distance of .three kilometers  at a speed of 280 miles an hour, establishing a new world's record.      That  speed is  nearly five miles a minute.  It  is  a  rate  of human  travel which  dwarfs    any    ever   reached    by   any  vehicle on land.      The fastest recorded  speed  of the swiftest, bird���������about  136 miles an hour���������is less-than half as  fast, __.lt" Bonnet's' speed could be susy  tained, the ocean could be crossed iii  ten  hours.      One  could-breakfast Jii  New  York at  6 in the morning and  dine in jLontflbn at 8" in the evening.  One "Could ..circle  the  globe  in  three  days and seventeen hours.  Agriculturists a������">d   Farmers j B.C. Lumber Industry  lion. John  Martin, ni.inb-t.--r ol' ae*ri- \     For  the fiscal year  ending Septem-  culi iu*e     for     Ontario,     ex.-hihu'tl     to ; ber   30,   192-1,   the   Pacific   lumber   in'-  nrvmbt-"i;.s of the Canadian Club sit Tor-1 spoction shows that .British Columbia  onto   the   differf. n<.>_   botw.-i-n   ugrlcur- J shipped  ;v  total  of 639,156,*324vfeet of  turist.   and   tstriiieir-.       A   farmer,   ht-. lumber   from   all   ports.       Shipments  i.   -  says, makes money in ih������- country .'ti'1 < were made to the following principal  f-;>"n������1.s it i;i t.se city, while an smi'iein-  itirist    make.*   his   money   in   ihe   t-ii;  and  spend.*-: it,  in  i.h-- conniry.  '  markets: Japan, United Kingdom-and  the continent; Australia, China, New  Zealand, India, South America, etc.  Now Known That This Trouble  ,Must Be Treated Through  the Blood'  The-"most a rheumatic sufferer can  hope for in rubbing something on the  .tender, aching joint is  a little relief.  No lotion or linament ever did or ever!  cab do niore than this.     The- rheuma-' j  tisrh poison is rooted in the blood.   To  get "rid of it you must treat it .thorough  the blood.      Any doctor will tell you  that this is true.      If you want something that will go right to-the root of  the trouble in the blood, take Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.      The whole mission  of this'medicine is to purify and enrich the blood, and when they do this  all    blood    troubles,    including, rheumatism, disappear.    Among those who  have    proved    the' value   of Dr.,Williams' Pink Pills is Mrs. Annie Wright,  Woolche'ster, Alta., who says:  "I was  a   sufferer   from    rheumatism for -six  years,  and  during most of that time  my  life was one  of misery.      I tried  several  doctors,  and   many  remedies  recommended, but never got more than  temporary relief.      The trouble seem���������I  ed  to affect my whole  system  and  I  was badly rundown and suffered from  headaches   as   well.       Finally,   1   was  advised  and tin  lief and "to-day I feel like a new person. 1 can therefore strdngly recom-*  mend Dr. Williams' Pink Pills to anyone, suffering as 1 did from this  trouble."  You can get these pills from any  medicine dealer, or by mail sit no cents  a box from The Dr, Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  to Memorize Figures  Words at Sight  Nauru "LipoSvsky. is giving evidence  of his wonderful ineinorizihfe-powers  before Dr. Spearm-an, ppoLessor -of  mind and" logic,' at the "University of  London.  Psychologists have, been baffled by  this young man's amazing brain.     Imagine a list Of figures long enough to  ������������������encircle,-an   ordinary���������room.       jLipow-  sky, after once reading them, can repeat them backwards or "forwards. -'  7*-Should anyone ask liim; for example*,  the cube of 63, he will answer without  hesitation ?.50,047.      "SVe tested it and  found his answer accurate.     It Is just  as easy for him to find the root of a  number.      As  anillustration, if anyone mentioned 456,533, he would reply  that it represents "three "77's" multi:  plied.  But the most remarkable fact is his  knowledge of days. He has every  day of the Christian: e-ra carefully  docketed in his mind. When asked  on what .day of the week May 1 fell'  in "1901, he replied accurately, "Wednesday." "Next year.it will be on a  Friday," he added. ���������  Ca-f'ed Sat men  Industry  (";inn'-il   sainion   exports   from   V;m-  eoir, ���������������-.*��������� for tin- ye-tr \<i2\ were \,',-!?,,",[���������2.  chshs, sold in ihe followiiif. *.���������<������itnl rles:  'United  Knia-rdr-in,   Fr.tne.-,   Ausi rahi-d-i,  <'������eriu.i3. \ ,    W'e.-t     llldl.   -.    S ���������,*. i-t| i-|l,     .'.!���������!-  Riniu, M-riii.-'h India, (.' -ni i-.t. 1 .irul South  Ahieriea. Ceylon, Chinn, lieiiiitiuk,  57.'y;.',  IlotJ.-.ntl,  U::.ly nnd M;tH;i.  S Huge Cable Project  I The Pacific cable board in J.ondon is  ' now invUln.. tenders for the laying  ; of si second submarine fable from Van-  ' eouvt-r to Fiji Islands. This is a pro-  ! ject thsit, eiTunting the cost, ��������� of. tlte  i cable itself, which Im.H been in ih'u-  I (teris ot. ninnul'iicfure for more than a  I ye:tr now, will run inlo milTlonn.  A Power of its Own.���������:"Dr. Thomas'  Eclectric Oil has a subtle power of its  own. All who have used it know this  and keep it by them as the most valuable liniment available. Its uses/are  innuftlerable and for many years it has  , _    _      -^    ���������������������������.        . n,  ,   ,...,    .been   prized  as   the   leading-liniment.  I to   ry Dr. Williams* Pink Pills,* Coi^maVand beast.  rough these I found complete re- j A     ,    A new I Lallan locomotive is. operated    by    compressed    air so that it  can run over flooded tracks. '  '  , /  The nmii who* says he runs things  at his ��������� house inay mean the washing  machine sind vacuum cleaner.  The ocea-n water at "Deauyille, t'am*  ous "French watering' place, was warmer on Christmas r>ay than it was In  mid-August.      ..   y .  h Every Cbruer^fM Canada  Men and Women Put Their FaitK  -     In Dodd's Kidney Pills  f M.ai mmmmm+ml*  They Have proved their value by the  relief-  they    have    given    for   over.  thirty���������five years  ahd   have frie-nds^  ."'- everywhere. '���������'.  -_.-Marie.viUe, Que.^���������(Special).���������Every  corner of Canada holds at least one  person who swears, by Dodd's Kidney  Pills. They have been relieving kidney troubles all over this vast Dominion .for more than thirty-five years.  They are specialists. They relieve  only kidney trouble and those diseases  that spring from disordered kidneys.  That's wliy they grow: more popular  every day. Listen to what Dame T.  Cavignon says about: th-em.       ' -  "It ^ives me pleasure to send you  thiscertiflcate. . I was sb weak 1 often  had to stay in bed.. \I was nervous and  qnly, gt>t a little sleep at nights. My  doctor had told^jie this -weaknessjsvas  bringing on consumption. A few boxes  of your marvellous Dodd's Kidney  Pills sufficed for me* to completely recover my health,"  Dodd's Kidney Pills purify the blood  and pure blood carried.to-all parts of  the body means new health and increased energy-all over the body.   ..  GRAIN FUTURES I  - Buy Bids ivttcl Offers Jn Wheat, Oats, a  Flax or 33arley g-ood for ton days in  \V"ltm.pe.r Market at only a few polnts  itway. .. Market very active now and  many people have made big money  'buylnj. privileKes.- -"Ten Offers or Tetx  Kids out 111,000 bushels only $15.00.' Ro-  l-nlt ��������� by \certlfle-l cheque, money order  or telesntph.  NORMAN  TOBlAS  803 Union Bank' Bids., Winnipeg, Man.  ^IlllCl  ren C  |jjjgjgjSBS^>^^  Fletcher's  ^\/  TVrOTT-TKR:-  S_<aX  horia  is  especially   prepared to relieve Jnlttnts in  ;trms   -in4*1   Children  all  ag*cs  of  Con st ip.it 1*911,   FJaLulcncy,   Wind  Colii-    and    Diarrhea;    allaying  Fc. .'*"..'_."!'*.<""���������" ->"-i^.tt-*- ihertt-fr������������nt.  ;inrl, Uv rf-ctilatitH' |lie .c"(omjicTi  and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving nalural .sleep.  To .'ivo'd imitations, always look for tht* signature ot C^Za^J^tkT-ckJkcMAA  /���������bio It it fly  Hariiilr s.'i. - N"<������ ('pit-tfs,    Piiyaiciuita everywhere recoiiuncntj it.  Prefers Federal Subsidy  Manitoba's     Position     on     rtesources  Different to Alberta Saya Premier  Brackeai  Under present conditions and clr-  cunisttuift'H MuulLoba would rut he t*  liavo Its federal subsidy than its natural roflouroes.  Tills was, In efl'ocl., the opinion ol  Premier John Bracken, commenting  on Pivmlt'i* Croon field's ;innounco-  menl; lhat Alburla's fight for ita i*o-  tiour������M>,s htiil been Hol.tlod aniicnbly.  The premier staled that Manitoba's  position was In many respects different, from thai of Alberta. So much of  ManHob'ii'n rpHonrct'H hud been allon-  11 tod or dl.spoMoil of by Lho Federal  Uovcrnnitiiil. that In Lhla province for  the present at lenKl, It was 'better to  lenve the niniiei* nn 11. hIrinds- accepting Ilu* federal Hiibsldy in Ueu of the  veniuinltiK Iv'-unirctiH.  V.'h.v .-.itlT'T from rnnia wl***" tl'iey  enn lie palnhiHHly rooted tnit. by using  Hot low ay'-. Corn Ht'mover.  FOR^  EU RITIS  .-   /  Will Auk Treaty Approval  I'renil-'i* King lntendn to bring down  n mot Inn In the home anklnfe for aip-  provul of the water ways trentioH bc-  twettu t'lmiitlit mitt the United ritales  :dj.iH-(l in S\'n:t|iln'*toii.  Proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for,  Neuritis  Neuralgia  Lumbago  Rheumatism  Colds  Headache  ������  Toothache  l\i(i  For  sore   Throat  Use  ment  Mi'tiard's   tUni-  VV.    N.    U.    lt>������7  Accept   only   "Bayer"   y>acka^e  wliich contains proven directions.  Hi.vr.il-,-   "ITfi���������cr"   "','*.**-**���������   '*���������**   *n   .������hi**"  AIho .kottla*.* oi 2*fiuul 100���������DtUffftintH.  A"������-*>ini������  t������ tti.   liAttta n������at-k   <M������Utt.t#>S  tn *0*nm.ti*-|.  of T)jk>*er M������-_t:t*ct!ir"i  of J."/v_tyttce 1 ic-  a-Cl.lfa.laM* (it ������������ltr)'ll-*������H*itl ( le. Ijl HallC/MC At!ll_, -Jk. tl. A,"}. IVlillc- Jt J"l Wfll iMia-i-wn  tliitt AM-tlrln -tiwauit Ituyt-r i-taiiafnt'lure, in bhi.Inf. 11n. put.Ut. aimlmit ln>H������tltm������, tlm *t'ah]������*<U  ttt Bajer 0������t_iimAr t-IU l>c w1femi*a witli tlieir a"e������*.r������l tr*a# ui-irk,  tha������ ''Biyw Of oh.'*  ^.������i(i������?*^!^W*''t*������WJ^^ _������������������  THE    REVIEW. , CRESTON,   B.  C s -*-���������_���������- oi 4-  *������t.e������������ JL   <W ������j_. ������, .  _ a *  An  13 Fit 3. in. C-_a.au ProyiQp  Excellent IVlarket For  j_>acon  v���������"k ���������"j*****-  Our, j____^pprt  TraeL  To Take New Office  livery farmer.- bVCanada is interested in our twenty million dollar bacon  trade. Under maximum conditions of  production and preparation for export  wesson Id expand our trade to a value  of fifty million dollars every Vbar.  It is agreed Hut a satisfactory market outlet is essential to the profitable  production of any cominodity.    AVhe-n-  ever a market opens up there is some j Frpm results obtained so far it seems  one willim. to supply it and sometimes   quite clear that* differences of greater  profitable one, the  , Supremacy  o������ Marquis Wheat  No     Other     Variety     Has     Replaced  Jt In West  ���������was first iii-  grower.- and  breeders have been making selections from- it, with a view io producing, if posiTsble, an    improved    strain.  Since  Marquis  wheiil  rtroduced,  a  fcood   many  if that market is a  competition becomes s.o .kern that  certain sources ot supply ore bound to  be eliminated. ���������������  The1 farmers - of Canada-engage in  the production of hogs in various  quantities in different sections of the  country. -The t\ po of farming, reeds  ' available and market conditions determine to what extent hogs are jiroduc-  This production is primarily-lor  "Vav  ed,  .the purpose   of -��������� supply inig   pork  an'd  pork-products, to our own -people;- in  other words the domestic market. And  a  great many   factors help   to  determine what this domes iie market wiii  pay for hogs.      High-priced    teed,    a-  scarcity  of  hogs   au0   "food  industrial  conditions aro usually associated with  high   markets.-     On   the   other  hand,  an over-supply of hogs and unemployment tend to lower market pri������es. Dur  hog production as viewed  4 from    the  standpoint  of  consumption  is  always  reater    than    we  i can possibly use.  Therefore;  we   must   have" "some  outlet: for the surplus and it*, is the' opinion of a great raany of;2the ^iog pro-.  ducers and packers i_r^anada;"-that the  sorty-of hog produced should;iueet the!  requirements" of our export trade.  .Our.^^spart ; ^market-.^fo-5.-'..'p'orlc--'products  is   Great  Britain.       She  is  our  ..j ���������     - ->     -*:   -.        ..  best customer and, because this is so,  ive_must pay due attention to her requirements if we wantto, remain in  the business. Briefly, the requirements are these: A bacon in the form  of a Wiltshire side. This -side is preferred between the weights oJ_ 55 to 6.*"������  lbs. which is the equivalent of a 185-  1215 lbs. hog, although hogs of the  proper type and finish weighing from  or lesser importance actually exist.  Before it will be possible to recommend one strain ot Marquis over another, several years"1 testing-will be  necesasry, however.  While certain new varieties bid fair  lo replace' Marquis in the west, yet  until these varieties have been tested  further,*, tho supremacy * of Marquis  wheat as a general . ariety for most  parts of Western Canada will remain  unchallenged. At the present 'time it  is ������. 31imated that approximately 90 per  cent, of all ihe spiing wheat grown in  Western Canada consists "of the above  variety*, while in ihe United States,  statisticians claim that approximately  70 per cent, of the spring wheat growing areas of that country is devoted to  the production tit this variety*���������Si.  Thomas Times-Journal.  Forestry Expert Gives Some  Valuable A_dviee On P^etnods  -      . *���������  Of Tree Planting In tlie West  Canadian   Bacon   Awarded  Prize  Medals     Given      by      British      Dairy  Farmers' Show to Toronto Firm  (By- Archibald Mitcheii;-Western Lecturer,     Canadian      Forest ry  A&Eociation.  Puddling the roots is an ancient and  The prime minister, in tho presence ������all-important practice in tree planting  L. C. M.S. AMERY  who   will  be  known   as   Secretary   of  State* for   Imperial  Affairs,*after  the  Colonial   Office 'becomes   the. Depart-  ment^. of Imperial!!;Affairs.  Ship  Fresh  Fish To  England   jt  Canadian     Fresh     Fiah     Successfully  Marketed  in Old Country  y,yTh^!Canadi-rii: fresh fish can be sue  cessfully-    marketed, An England, and  thai, a great development in this trade-! Gently is quoted!hereunder:  XJ - '������������������ a."   -:. _._.__\__'-._-_.. it..    1.      ������-.,   ������'--,'     :-     -.x-s-   . y     ���������:> .    _  ���������x  Returned To Canada  Farming     Opportunities     Are     Much  Greater in This New Country      _~  f, i **  The Canadian Government immigration agents come directly into contact  with farm settlers returning to^������an-  ada from, ihe United States and consequently receive much inside knowledge ol conaitibns ol the two countries  as they relate, to agriculture. While  some returning settlers naturally prefer, to-" keep their own council others  are quite frank in discussing their experiences and the causes which have  led theni to return to Canada. One  exampfe out of7feeveral! occurring re-  of Hon. W. R. Motherwell, minister of  agriculture, presented Brig.-Gen. John  A. Gunn, of Gunn's Ltd., Toronto,  with medals awarded G-unns,' Ltd., for  bacon at the British JOairy Farmers*  show, recently held in London, Kng.  The medals were forwarded oh'ect to  the prime minister by the 'Canadian^  high commissioner.  Canada io the first country^-.incc the.  inception of the dairy show in 1876  to secure first prize with a perfect"  score. This victory has been the  means" of creating a growing interest  for Canadian bacon on the Britisii  market, which is being rc-QecLed in lhe  present piices being paid lor select  hogs.  Premier    King,    in   presenting   the  medals to Gen.    Gunn,    congratulated  him  upon   the   success   of   the   Car-;*,-  dian exhibit, but remarked    that    the  country    was    more    to be congratulated, as success of this nature greatly increased the standard and market j  for Canadian products In theh English j deat-i  market in competition with the whole  -1**  world, *  that  Is often more    honored    in ^ the  breach than in the observance, and Ic  is well to remember that just as soon  as the bale of trees arrives from the  nursery it shouhi_Jt*e openc-d out and  the roots dipped in a thick puddle of  mud   and   water.       This   keeps   them  moist ants -in good  condition till they  are planted in their permanent situation.      Tha puddle can be made in a  hole in the ground or in a pail.      It  it is not convenient to plant the trees  light away, i.e., for a day or two, Uu-y  should  be puddled and  heeled in the  ground till they can be* planted.    Heeling in is a simple matter.      A trench  is  opened   large  enought lo   hold  the  roots comfortably.      It. should also be  deep enough���������t^o oiteri it is  far too  sh&llow.       "The  loots .of  the   puddled  plants arc* laid in tins singly, hut cloMi  together  and   covered   well  with .soil.  which should be tramped firmly about  the roots, a most important matter in  a dry country.     Many planl������ get their  lt oo 1 ������-������*��������� ������*  11CL t *mf--j  180-230 lbs. at ��������� country points -provide  Wiltshire sides which are acceptable  as to weight. The Wiltshire side  must��������� not only be within certain  weight limits .but, as well, distinctive  in make and shape. It must "not  -arry too much back fat, 11. in. to 1**4  >n. and no more. However, wc- do'not  want thin, unfinished'Wiltshires. In  other words,, from the standpoint of-  type, conformation,' weight and^llesh-  ic-in. be expected: in-the very near future, -was a statement made by W. T.  Marlow,^general'foreign 'freight" 'agents-  Atlantic    services,    Canadian    Pacific  Steamships,    who    has received word-  that the first shipment of fresh'fish..to  be ��������� taken    to ;  England,    under.. J;he  scheme -recently   discussed   with   Lhe  Dominion Government by MajorTlugh  Green, head of a Canadian  syndicate  .interested in the nshirig industry, had  \ been readily''-disposed  of at  Billings-  gat e.  Should this trade- develop, itjis proposed to have a regular line of vessels pick up the iiph from the trawlers.  Big Dairy * Project  Manitoba  Operate  Dairy  . Farms    to  Near Winnipeg  ' Development   of   a   distinctly   dairy  community-within 50 miles of Winnipeg, ahd the settlement of' from 300 to  _00,-i'amilies,-involving an. expenditure  ing, the requirements are met by -whs-It' approaching $2,000,600, within the next  few years is assured, according to ar.  we have come to term a "stdect bacon  a regular w'eek-  that  it  have  a  hog."    T. nglnnd wants  ly supply and insists  very mild cure. ��������� As regards this last  requirement, the responsibility for its  fulfilment rests at that present time  with the packer.  r/i  WU! Help SettSers  Unfitted For -Farming  Empire    Community    Settlement    Has  Been Organized In' "England ���������" ' ..  To facilitate! co-operation In emigration among retired professional classes  with small fixed ineomjis. tlie Kmpire  community stilt lenient hits be-on organized in Knglund to cure for'retired military officers, .civil-.servants, engineer;, and "other profestrioii'tl men.  unfitted to go to 4.he dominions as :ig-  i-lcuhurnl nftl.|i-*r.s in Uio ordinary way.  '" IL \A |ir<j|)0,<-<d to establish..hem  overseas oh model farms, something  Uke giirde-n cities; with    two    to  announc.mc-nt by Robert Jacob,  M.L.A.,..;, legt*i,l. representative,, of the  Manitoba,;!b.aji-y'?F'armi5, Liniited.  Financed by 31.'Paul cap!Lai, some  70.000 sicr'es of land southwest of Winnipeg on the Canadian National Itail-  way,..iiear Marchandi. havo- been --.acquired ahd plans have been developed to such a stage that at least 25  families will bo installed onjy-eady-  mado farms -within ;��������� the* next "two  months.���������Free Press* '  Twehfy-oiie -year's ago  Tony Huis-  kamp, of New^Uim,' Minn.t- came    to  Canada;''-'and'"-'.atter.'".working for Foley  Brbth'ers, railway and general contractors in "Western Canada, bought some  farm janel! near >Moose Jaw, Sask., on  which he made a- good living, but not  a great deal of"money.      Hearing of  the glowing accounts of-the prosperity  in "the United-'. States   -he   decided' to  leave Canada and sold his farm at a  sacrifice  in Julj%  1924.       He Aveht to  Montana,   but   he    did not find much  prosperity   there*  among   the   farmers  ,and could obtain no work.  -   He then  w-ent   to   Minnesota   and   visited  relatives in Brown and Redwood counties.  He  found no evidence of great prosperity;   the--farms were heavily mortgaged;   work also difficult to obtain;  there was a general feeling of discontent.      He and his wife, therefore, decided, before what little money they  had left was gone, to return-to Canada and stay for the resfof their lives-  Mrs.    Hulskamp*   declares    that-in  their poorest days in Canada they always had enough _ to    eat,    sufficient  clothes to wear, plenty of good friends  and "good schools for the" children, etc.  Butter  and  Cheese  Exports  Heavier Exports Frotrt-Canada of Both  .   Butter aid Cheese        .    -  By thez-News Letter of the dairy and  cold storage branch at Ottawa it is ascertained that during 192-1, ,22,343,939  lbs. of butter valued at $8,000,512, were  exported from Canada compareel with !  13.173,711 lbs. valued at >4,905,60S  in  1923;     also     lliat   . 121,456,600  lbs. ...of  cheese valued at $22,575,787 were exported in 1924 compared with 116,201,-  900 Tbj.. vatued at $23445,401 -bet 1923.  It  will be;   seen  that   exportations  of  butter last year exceeded those of the  ��������� year   before   by  9,170,22Sl.bs.  and  of  cheese by 5,263,700 lbs.      About-thirty.  per cent, of the butter in 1924 and 80  per  cent,  of the  cheese  went  to  the  United Kingdom.      Nearly twenty per  cent^ of, the butter went to the United  .States, or 482,61*3 Ibs.T.   over    IS    per  cent., 4J>9,648 to Germany, and 265,019  TKrf-i     -i *..   T)*i������-i������aV\*io  4 I/O.      L.VJ-     JL   _*.*-Jl������**J^C^-  Larger Acreage For Wheat Pool  Saskatc.hewgn   O rgan'*i-.a'tion  to   Stage  intensive Campaign  An active campaign* for increased  nrreage Is to be staged by tho local  shipping committees of-t-ho Saskatchc-,  wan'wheat.pool. A recommendation  to iliis (ol'focT. put to the special meeting of lhe 'I'Jo"* pool delegates at a" re-  nve!C(?nr- se*>Hlc>n hold  in Regina wiih im-  acres, dwelling, slal-h* and outhouse  '-Riles, and club .houses where meals  limy bo obtained at n low rate, After  five ye-irrrol! tills life the) n'oUle-Ks would  be expected to ~i)nrt a permanent place  tn  tiie dominion''.  BOILS  B'  lOILS   will   --pr'-ml    If   ������������-  checked,    Minard's  dio-  infects,      relit.'vea      the  pain and heals, '   "  Ahva-jM  K-ep Min-rti's handy.  u.nimously endoised. The delegates  will -.upervlse Lhe -acreagi* canipaign,  -XL Avas also de-'ldj-'d to organ I zo ���������a  :follov;-up cSmpiilgn early In the,sum-'  i-jior; lo brlns tho acreiigo iinder contract to tho.pool tip to.the highest pos-  ���������dble point.  ConatructlnQ Speedy Seaplnnie  , A British .seaplunt. wliich will havo  ,a ttpi.'iid of live mih'H u uiliiute h) be-  ving ("pn-Hfruclod for the next f*ohnt.*ld������>r  Cup race,'aind will be ready for trial  Highta Hhortly, it. is under.stood, 1u  London, The inac'iim. will be srivuui-  11 nod front end to end ami ihe ,j._ngli\t*-  wiUibe let Into the fiHielaKO.   ',"  Horses In the/West  _____. r  istock   Raisers   Now   Breeding   Better  Class of Horses*  'A   delegate    to    one of,the annual  meetings of the livestock associations,  "recently held at Toronto, stated that  there were now so man-,- horses in "the  northwest   that  there  was  no. longer  tf-ny market there for the east.     How  much lias oe^en done officially to stock  that section of the  country with the  jight animals Is illustrated by the report of the superintendent at the Indian Head, Sask., experimental  farm.  Hero it. Is noted that, with the help ot!  the    livestock     branch     at   Ottawa,  which   paid   onc-thlrtl' of   the  service  fees,   i't-vrmors   havo  been   enabled   to  raise*   Clydesdales    that   have    taken  Secure  Country  Elevators  Saskatchewan     Wheat     Pool   ^ Makes  Arrangements to Control Elevators  At Cedtaln   Points   v ^  Recommending that the surplus  handling charge funds available from  this year's pool wheat bo utilized in  securing country e levators at the  heaviest contract shipping points, the,  district delegates of the Saskatchewan  wheat pool in RegLna, endorsed the  elevator' policy proposed by the board  of directors,  .  ���������The delegates further urged the  directors   to   establish    the    ''closest  Treated in this way they will keep  for a week or two.      At planting time  they should be puddled again as soon  as   they   are  taken   from   the   trench.  The   hole   should   be  larger .than  tlie   *  spread of tlie roofs, -and' deep enough  foivythe  tree  lb be about  two inches  deeper    than    it    was    before lifting.  Spretid  the roots  out   comfortably,  if  necessary,   making   a   special   mound  for them in ihe bottom  of the  hole.  j As   the  earth  is   thrown   in,   the   tree  should be shaken up and down in the  hole, toallow^the fine soil particles to  settle closely round the fine* rootlets.  When it is about two-thirds full, tramp  it down, then fill in tlie balance of the  hole level with the ground, and tramp  firmly again, leaving a shallow basin  about two inches deep arouisd the tree.  Pill-this--full-o������-water and allow it to  soak away, after which fill again with  water".-     After    the  second    soaking,  throw in the,rest'of the soil, and leave  it loose on the surface'. - If the ground  is very dry, a' third waterin-g mas'" be  given, but' it -should be observed there  must   . be    no   "watering followed  By  tramping of the grotfhd.    "Fill tlie hole  full first,  then water.  A little coinmon sense goes a. long  way in the planting of trees. Treat  them like living things unable to look  after themselves*.; Study their re-  ^uiremeiits a little before you plant,  and there should be jno difficulties  about the growing it* iliey are alive.  prizes at local and provincial showg^i.nearest neighbor  while one bred at the farm itself "won  iirst in tho yearling .class a*><1 junior  championship; at. an��������� intofnaLlonal ex*  .]_ibilion1.'in Chicago. ,-'_      ; :-.__y  possible measure ol* co-operation witli  Lhe farmer-owned .^levators with a  view to bringing n bout ���������complete unanimity at the earliest posslbhs moment."  The director*.le-wits also authorize**"-  tq,"proceed at once with tho organization of a coarse grain pool and arrangements in connect ion with the  local'sales were left in th,* hands of  the local connnitiooa.  ..    The Cat Was Particular  Mrs. Key -wn's vlslLing some friends.!  and   left   the   following   note   for   her'  From Bad to Worse  At a concert a man turned to the  occupant of the next seat and remarked:  "What a wretched song that girl Is  singing."  "Do you think so?" said the stranger  coldly.     *T composed it."  "Er���������what 1 mean in  be an excel lent song is"  could t-ing." ' '   "   *  "She Is my daughter,** was the frigid  'reply.  .   - -\.      :       "     ..'���������'������������������'" ���������  The city n\ay may bunco the fuvmer,  but the farmer can get square by taking i������uminer be.ardi.r--.  that   it would  only  the  girl  All things come io an end. but it  is  th-si iit_v't-"->-iafy .to, start; i-oriivihissg.  HlKhly-nvf x������vt  cont,. of  who sxr- latru.' ate affecled  rid p.. .     -  tlio  people  on  tlie h.I'i  V."  M,     U.    IfillV  'l"l������a..     1'llitl-n      '"iteifll.      f attt I I ttttt it      t'l'll'-SLH   I  .niti*' uunmUil'i ranereH.  GIN PILLS  FOR THE  ���������._   .%..M.   MJ   II    JB__      JL     IO*'  A      ���������     s ,  Don't triflowitli a "P'lin  in. tho Bac!fr~*-Ifc may  mciin Kidney Trouble!  Gin Pills wilt relievo  you.  Get a box to-dny.  55  ���������"Dour    art's.    Garrison.���������Would you  pleaso put-out a-little food for ihe eat  I have been feeding this winter?      li  will  eat almost anything, but do nut  mt yourself out."  i  An Advance  According to Professor Julian 3lu*-  ley, after thoy are married, the fe*rnalo  scorpion oat a her husband. Of eotir.<-.\  with more civilized creatures tlie-husband only gets pecked.���������Loud on Sunday Plctorla. /  J1  resit  country  ituf  |pt^r-!m.l.!*_*h...^.,!-!r_.-.J<^..*^  The Woolworth Building in NV-w  Tork, which towers 7&2 r*-et. Is the  hlghoa'l  building In the worlcL  Fortune tellers wi  fori tine for telling;  iu  a shar-*- of voltr  KruKland j-pendn anually ?_ifi0,0<(.t!>.t>on  HMPliortin*; lt������ uut'Utiployed.  St-CffiLBfJES  mi.  ii������;t  whtrtver  *      the  ���������rcclprt  culls  ���������for  mill-.  Free Recipe B.t-������o.k���������  Write the norden Co.  LLmlte-,   Montr e������.la  m  %memtmmt  *mmmm.  "_SjT������l-*EBffijRI  ****m* '������'M"*5  ^"P*������w.������"T/ir"ft;  Local and Fersonal  Special Blend tea, coffee, cocoa for  sale by V. Mawsos3=  Pros Fob SAtE���������Seven   week*-   old,  86.   G. Davie, Canyon.  Bnwa-Oa May I2tb,   to  Mr.   and  Mrs, G. M. Argue, a sob.  Boys*   bamboo   fisbins-  rode   at  SO  cents each at V. Mawson's.  Fob Rrn*jv���������Five room house, nicely  located.   Apply F. H. Jackson.  Inspector Manning is paying Creston  school the usual midsummer visit this  -sssness visitor at  . making the trip  ���������aa.   sj>.   aai  Al  Hendrsn ss  Kimberiey this week,  by auto.  taples loft ob Sunday ������ft a.  business trip to Vernon and Vancouver, and -will be away all week.  Cow For Sals���������Grade Holstein.  freshened May 4th, and heavy milker,  $75.   D. Learmontb. Creston.  Pianforte music lessons given at  Eriekson, junior and intermediate  pupils solicited.   Mrs. G. W. Harrison.  For SAX.E���������Two rolls poultry setting. 3L50 per roll. Also one barrel  spray pump,    W. K. Brown, Creston.  To"-_A**K> Pi.AKTS--Th0 kind that  satisfy at $7.60 per 1000 plants. Also  a few grape vines at 80c, each. S.  Fascuzz-o. Sirdar.  Chas. Moore left this weak Sot  Slocan points where he will be busy  with mining survey woik for���������the  hais-ace of the month.  *- 3 $1.10 and a request that we publish a  ~' paragraph about a "strong man with  a chair raised to strike" whom tha  -dvei-tise-rthinks should be exposed in  some way. If the gentleman -who  favored with the remittance will call  he can have his money back, and by  acquainting the police witb the facts  of the case-will probably get better  results than by inserting hie very  pointed paragraph in   the Review..  Creston Indians had  quite a  larg.-*  patronage from the whites at the pow  wow on Sunday afternoon, which was  very similar to tbe performance at the  fall fpar two years ago. About $36  was gathered in on a two-bit admission  fee collected en route to the Mission.  i   a  The winter's snowfall oir the-lower  levels is not as heavy as might be  expected, the official measurements  taken by Dr. Henderson. showing a  total snow supply, of 5S| inches.  November with 17 inches, December  with 84a And January with 3*8 inches  were tbe big months.  -IM  -riiitgSBUiBi  Ohu-foh Services  ��������� a *WkMr% m.%a  CRESTON  8 and 11.00 a.tn.  rowt   "������ r  SIRDAR  7.80 p.m.  CHAS. MOORE, C-E.  SURVEYOR  _Bee^9teted]  CRESTON.  So������ a  Fob Sale���������McLaughlin   Four  and j 0wner  Ford cars, going cheap.   Gay Browell '  Canyon.  On. SiraVmf Fob Sa_b���������Perfection  oil burner, three, holes, $12. Enquire  Review Office.  Fob SAX.B5���������"Large drag saw, circular  saw and gasoline engine, almost new.  Dowd. Cannad-y. Lister.'  Machine made  sax  for   men,   pure  woollen   knit,    7oc.   per   pair.      Also  children's stockings to fit from IO to 14  rears of age*.   91.S0 per pair.    Mrs. G.  Harrison, Eriekson.  M  Found���������In Creston lady's silk scarf.  can   have   same   on   proving  property and paying for  this  notice.  d���������aiQuiiTc *������������3Vi������W -*_ru_C���������.  %J4jmjtm  ���������en  Six  Evenm.  and Five Afternoons  of-  In iha Matter af tha Esiate of Mc&cohn  _������_���������>: ; w   rm, : : ������_  MTM*iib*uta&Bam������. wcawraw  TtmAAM ������o_- fe!_S yaa^y.latttMa r*f _T jni,   QAm    T>ft.a*at.. aa_*  Lot A. Jtot 112,~(_feckson), Kootenay District,  will be received by the undersigned, np to  noon. May 18th, 1925.  On the premises axe Fruit trees. Outbuildings, etc A well-built house and some furniture. Quantity ol stove wood, etc, including-  member of potest  Maybe seen on application to Provincial  Police, Creston, B.C  Terms of sale, Cask.  Blghest   or   any   tender   not ^-necessarily  *CCeP J____B_L DOYLS.  Official Administrator.  Nelson, B.C. May 6. 1925.  TOMATO FLAPSTS FOR SALS  From select seed, $1 per box of 35 tb  40 plants to the box. size 16 x 22 x 4  inches, shipping weight averages 90  pounds to the box. Get your plants  so they keep growing without stopning  when you plant them outside. Price  per 1000 plants on application only.  O. J. "WIGEN, "Wynndel, B.C.  HAL^CH FO  ���������K*-   ���������"���������  SWT  ab o|j������;uuiii*(    **  days with Spokane friends this week,  leaving on Tuesday. Mrs. "Loasby of  Sirdar accompanied her...  Pabish Haxjlt���������Commencing May  1st parties wishing to rent tbe Parish  hall most make reservations with Rev.  H. Varley at the Vicarage.  Members of the newly organized fire  brigade are reminded of   the meeting  | to complete organization at the fireball  on Wednesday night at 8 o'clock.   ������������������*-  Fred Smith left on Monday for  Victoria, where he is representing the  Creston Methodist congregation at the  1925 conference. He" will be gone  about ten days.   Matt. York has vacated the Edmondson building on the bill .and is  now at work in his new blacksmith  shop on Barton Avenue to the rear of  the Grand theatre.  CommencingyS.unday the trains west  and east will leave Creston a few  minutes earlier than in the past.  Going west at 4.16 instead of 4.22, and  east at 1.26 instead of 1.30.  Wanted���������Retail dealer wants to  get Jn touch with fruit grower who  sells'direct to the. retail, trade on all or  part of the season's -requirements.  Write Box 9, Crossfield, Alta.  . Dr. .Henderson is leaving this week  on a combined professional and holiday trip east, andTin his absence Dr.  Burnett    wit!   be   in    charge   of   his  _  f  f_nter laanmenr  __dtucatiori - Inspiration  "Nicely located at Wynndel, 20 acres.  With six acres cleared and quarter acre  in strawberries. New house, plenty of  water and best of soil. Will rent for) practice daring May and June.  ^3Q0a year. Apply Jas. Manneriro,  Sirdar, B.C.  mj^it^mM^  *T*''��������� _ . I    .0__ _    _ 7. _ " ' '���������'_  %_s@i3���������r^s ���������'aw-laagig@ bss  1 rain Service  Effective Sunday, May IT  TIMES FOR TRAINS WILL BE  ERICKSON ��������� Westbound, 3.03 p.m.  Eastbound, 12.41 p.m..  CRESTON ��������� Westbound,   a 16  -sastbound, l2S.zap.rn.  p.m.  TRANS-CANADA LIMITED, Nos.  7 and 8 (Standard Sleeping Cars only),  between Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver will be resumed, first train  leaves each of these points on May 17.  jlEaju* aju.a_?������_ri-a a tra. s.x*a 4_ajcujcv,  iraiun x*������05.  $.5.00 .REWARD for information  leading to recovery of grey mare;  about 1800 lbs., invisible brand on left  shoulder, old scar, over kidneys. L.  T. LEVEQUE, Eriekson, B.C.  .Miss Edith Davies is leaving this  week for Fernie,-where she is taking a  position in the telephone central an  that town. Her place at the postoffice  is taken by Miss Eileen Hendy.  Major Mallandaine left on Tuesday  for Victoria, having been just advised  by wire that his mother's health is far  from the best, and does not show  sign's1 of a, looked for improvement.  The Ladh'M* Aid of the Presbyterian  Church are having a cafeteria tea and  sale of home cooking at the home of  Mrs. Henderson on the afternoon of  Saturday, MayJSrd, ffrom 3 to 5 o'clock.  For Sunday evening the Methodists  will have another of their pleasant  Sunday evening services with 3. W.  Robin-son in charge* and music being  a prominent feature of the excercisee.  Wednesday,  Thursday,   Friday,  Saturday,   Monday, Tuesday-  SOME OF  AT"vE=_J*0  1  J71i_V    K  FEATUR  Il_a3  ;s  a ������a*G>   _vjB.������K>_nkal^~ta>v. -   .  Oilbert & Sullivan's tuneful and humorous musical comedy.  '���������DADDY LONG LEGS"  A three act comedy drama that  haa an appeal to every heart.  Mcdonald kiddies  Bight   exceptionally   talented   youngsters    in   snappy,   bright,   well  "   costumed acts, ballets, group and individual dances and monologues.  13 and 15, between Chicago and Van  con-rer will be resum-ed. first through |  train passing Calgary westbound on I    Get your   magazine -from V. Maw-  June 3rd;   eastbound June 6th. [son.   He hits Saturday Evening Powt^  Country   Gentleman,    Ladies*   Home  For farther particulars apply to any  Ticket Agent.  J. E. PROCTOR,  "District Passenger Agent, Calgary  1  J. R������ Watkins Co.  Products  I am advised yesterday of  _U__i___a* _M_______^__M__ *M% _MHt^_0MH ______ 4_i__, jtg^     ___M__J_R  - H"%"&*l.iB51. Bl--aif* "L. B *UB_|<y %m9eL  M, &     CO       m*A3  Per Cent.  in fclie kouai pilu-t)  of all the Watkins  Products.  V. MAWSON  CKK8TON  Howard RusseU Revue  In Harry Lauder  and coster oharoaterizations too funny  to describe.  - The TZIGANCX5  Thrilling and care free gipsy scenes and melodies.  Journal, McCull's, McLean's.   Popular  Science nnd Western  Home Monthly.  Creaton orchestra were ut Wynndel  on Saturday night for a community  dance, which was very . largely  attended. Several auto loads from  town were in attendance and hnd a  real fine time.  Commencing Monday Principal  McLellan of the public school is starting his Entrance clnss pupils nt the  daily grind at 8.80 a.m., in anticipation  of the midcummcr csamo, the last  week iu June.  Provincial police McLaren   left  for  Nelson on Monday, where he is attend  ing the assize*., being one of tho pron-  ceutors ia tho crSmicsal caco of Res vs.  Stehma of Boswell, which la being  heard thia week.  W. E. McAlpine left on Tuesday for  Proaoior, where he will upend a couple  of we*k8 on his annual vacation. The  salmon are biting line now and he is  confident of landing one or two, at  !������. ������mt. of tiie big on������tfi.  Mi-h. McKenj-lo of Jtleveiutoke. who  was here nt the first of tho week  organizing the local lodge of the  Ladies' Orange Bene volant Association  was the gueat of Mrs. J. P. Johnston  during hav atny In Creaton.  An unknown co*-tr*w>*ixmdettt������ who  ban great confidence In the corrective  Influence of Review art'ele-*, set"d*������ no  Boyd Concert C^pany  Songs. Instrumental inusto and humorous sketches.  Rainlb-ow Movelty Company  -'���������"���������' .*"-.' Versatile musical company, with  EILEEN HOFF  Dramatio Soprano,  ���������-'���������.' ,. v '���������   ��������� ���������  Single admissions to the evening programmes alone would run up  $6.00.     Be sure and BUY A SEASON  TICKET  and see the whole Eleven offerings at  to  3. Students  ADDED ATTRACTION  ildrens  * , - '     '        . '      ' ���������    ���������-   '     A      '       i     ,,���������--..;  Four Prizes in each school and Four Grand Prizes.  *m?X'-i'::iMM*!,r.JJA\j{l4tUV U.\,, A)"ii.>u������..i4.\tfcta.'������';"kW*ltflkS,-|liS",>i*f.


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