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 T/ ���������  Provincial -Library  ap!2S  nIalMAVMtl.   _^"_5"-r & a__.-o  .,M^ajW������*-������--T---*s'--fcyg^,,  Elects Officers  a-fl  ii  nncade a very ^orou|h| gellOol  lllfcS^ball  casvaso o������ -iac householders aftu tne|-���������~ t>,   ..  *     .-__' -���������.  attendance at the biff sis days of  entertainment irom here will be w*511  np to the standard of other years.  -   -- _ _.. ������*..*���������   fn*trtj\n   Qf  Kimberiey^   tutw t     __wu    muu - m..r������������   ..���������������������������������������-    ���������  Orgaulsatlcn of Creston's  Srst-ey������������    ^--"^Wdfek..who is now working at | tajims .slaving   on   Tuesday  evening  ���������olunt������er fire brigade -^ complete** 1 ^^-berton, ^ere hm for, a few days j provided    the    few  Spectators   who  -'-���������'- -       ^        er������_.___i4**5"*ftflr * **ve_������ -��������� ___���������������.  ment this year is   tbe   two   violinists  who combine   quite  effectively   with.  I the pianist in accompanying ssss������ o������  GommimifF  and 1  Two    local*r-n.i*-fh  .iiciiOOl  baseball  weii  .   -a A. ^-_-__.-_.^  at   ..���������    .  interested which waa held at the new  fireball on Wednesday night  last,  at  Which Ha.cS; McOrstjith,   chairman   of  of" viiitfife "eGmHsls&son  nnd    Commissioner " E.   C  Gibbs, acted as* secretary.  l*h*^special committee named atthe"  first meeting submitted * a- prelminiiry  set of by-laws - for   the'- brigade,   and  asks, that- the  village council-, supply  each fireman with a sketch plan of the  _ydraKt_i!.*-----.^d.y tt������**!,slab!e for use,* and  sequests that each  member on joining* |  * shall obligate himself while on duty to  refrain from the use of badlanguage,  not to smoke or steal or be under the  influence of liquor, and to car  all   ordexe    without    question.     The  ���������lection   of  officers   resulted   in   the  choice of the following.  Chief���������Mittafc. York.  Deputy Chief���������M. K. Joyce.  fire; Police���������S. M;   Watson.  Captain���������Bert "Hare *"    _.  Secretary���������Fred Boultbn.  The other members of the brigade ar������  W. Bendy, Ted* Mawson, J. -P. Johnston, Geo. Kelly,   Vic Mawson, - Rev.  _���������*.-_- -- j ^ ^ M(f,HribS . who is now horsing a* 1 to&ms.slaving?" on - A,H������*������������y   ������"-������"���������"-  ^PtK^lKuh"������berton, were here, for si few days  provlae*d - the    few  Spectators   who  or ~t*ttOSe | ���������������*���������* _     "__     _     ^, ,_ ___._. __..__-_-������..������.       .,������   a.v>i.k't"nn    gn-ms  a-V������������T������������-.W l VlSlt at inenrStiOS "MSB wmu-.*.      - 5 BfcWUUea     aranwaa   ���������   ....     -.-? -----     -Tr*  a*ut,eu-u.ei-&    .        _ , ,_  which uncovered  acinic   real   baseball  talent.   The'game wenlb nine1 toning*  ������>' ��������� _-_.__   .._     1ft     mm*    #ut_K1  Manford    Samuelson    is   expected  home this week ffroni Vte^V*^ I ^'final scorcbeingli to 10 in favor  hswas   ^tending  Methodist ^5   i"^T^He^ Blues. Christie  ���������u_rw1*h   coast  fnenas '^^ ^fio,me8^d  a  once, and viaitstfg with  for a few-days.   ^  ~^  The Lister baseball ' teata sprung a  surprise on Canyon in the game on  Saturday, winning by .a score of 16 to  &. An effort is being made to have  liister   and-Bricksbn   play   here ..on  w eune**ua.y u������^  mr\ _.������_   n:>������bal]  The rain oh Thursday last was most  welcome.    It will give us a great first  cutting of clover and alfalfa   und  has  out; Kt^rted off  the. field  crops   in   great  shape.  Christie. -**.*.     ^  The senior'basebaH club is very much  j interested ih developing players from  t among the   loisttl _hoys   auid   Manager  Staples,. Who attended , the ..game  on  Tuesday, was  very "Jmuch   impressed  with the progress ihe^schtn." boys*, are  making.    The baseball club is arrang*-  ing.for   a   schedule ,of   seven   games  between the Blues .and Browns to be  played one each week, and is offering  pianist in ticeoiiapanysiig  the company numbers.   Thejbi-js favor  ite of the evening,  however, was Beth J  Coolin, the -youngest   member   of the!  company, whose dancing   and' reeita--  t.o������i-s vrere surely-lOO-per cent, efficient  judgiug by the applause they evoked.  Another popular meiaber of the company was   Mary* Buckle   who   shared  the evening's honors with  the   Coolin.  girl.    If spare were 'available   some  ibhiEag    Tcsilsy    cosiapila������ier������tt<t������ty  might  well be said of all theTeight artists in  the troupe, as weH as Miss McDonald;  whose work as  ptanit-t   and   vocalist  After the timely "moisture supplies  the  1 ���������* *V;a ������������������*���������.������������,   nto^.    Atrial  _--. J   _������__~.a;-knM t>ku*-  iUCtU .WCat-UBt   vrnm^mm  Ul.  aru  ���������-������ t  generally  year^ the people  waa of a very high order.  Another large audience is looked*for  tonigh (Thursday) when Creston will  have its first taste of npusical comedy,  the offering being the tuneful iVuu  humorous Gilbert & Sullivan composition, -The Mikado,** which will be  bahdled by a very talented .company.  I The first of the  Chautauqua  lectures  was given on Thursday   afternoon by  m a prize for the boy   faking   the  best  " . _______   -rtT._vi_a   batting average^ and^the best.fielding | J}v^. *Hulbert, .   whoBe      address     on  Robert Burns has   gone   to   f������J��������� L^erage on each^teamv- als<- a prize for   .aWhere East,Meets WesC* splendidly  ���������where   he   is   expecting to   striae   at ������- .     . . x    . ������. 1 .-    .  in  .    -,���������   - - ..    'Kaalthe   most    valuable" player   on   each ] ^njbined entertainment and practical  I steady job. in   connection   witn   ���������   | ^^^  b^^ o������'theTt**cores made during  eniicbtment on the Eastern question,  rebuilding and operating 01  t������e v������---,    -     --   j^ _^mhs������;v     - - -        wi._ closclv followed hy the  h-yis prevailed this  of  Cieston   Valley  should he in the right frame of u*ind~  to   pack    the    Chautauqua    tent  tu  capacity for the  community services  Sunday morning and.- evening.  While  wa   __i_    set  at  liberty  to  announce the speaker or the musical  features for the  service  at  11  a.m.,  those who have af&ended these services  at- previous  Chautauqua  weeks  will  know that something worth -while is  planned���������probably the best experienced  I in  the  last five  seasons.   Both   the  Methodist and Presbyterian   churches  are closing for   the  day' and   at   the  rooming worship   Pastor  Geo. Knox  -will preside.  At t.SC p. as. all ths churches in  town will be closed and at this service  Kev. J. A. James will be-in charge,  and the speaker of the evening wilFbe  Norman Moore of Cranbrook, who has  centrator at that point.  T^tte pwaant th������ ������.-e aa.��������������� tv.H |of ^aa should be ������*..hnR in 0������aton  be Hounded; from  the   C. O. Rodgers  bos factory, one long blast   annonnc  _waa- m **������-. *mnA a<**QrtSV'hls^^ tO g*V6 the  ik������^    BS    ������J������"--.^-������    **m*mm   mmmm~~~ a������-a��������� ,.   ^ "^  location.    One  short   blast  indicates  this-series of gaxnh-������*.V  The games will hV properly  nnd the scores published each week,  and it is hoped that"^good crowds will  turn, out to tt&ese week, day game's to  encourage the boys. The fir.-t game  will be played Wednesday evening,  June 3rd,, at 7.16 sharp.  ���������a.*. _������.,'  by the. end of next week.  Of the eight names   added  to .the j  voters list at Creston   on   Tuesday at  location,    urn*  "-iwi-.   ������������������*������������.   *������-������ 1 least three of  tnem-were   from   the  that the fire is in the-neighborhood off j Alice siding section, three of ladies^  the hyd-gant at'theCrestoo Hotel; twt> J qualifying to vote at the next election,  bhu-ts,  the Mercantile store hydrant? j    ^ McMurtrie    got    away    on  Grand    Theatre;   four.    Holy"    i������s������������������   -*-  hnnag;" five. Sp9*!ei  litec_em1-iar*nfpB0. hito b-^nJiedl -j^^afcCte weretafeen ^*������^^  and Is ready fbr action, and th������| limited;J ������hi. end of last week; ^B^th^^  sunply of hose owned Jn, town,, as well ithue in.yea**s they fl������������*"������������ ~ ���������������  "������*"K"r"������ _     . .-   -'   _.    .-. ._a__j:_���������   1 ,_ __  ma..^..      ������n>u��������� ai-ix  Land was very, closely followed hy the j heen    htsai-u   on   ^otner   cccapicns   as  scored [ iarKe afternoon audience. ICreston,  and   who  rea._ly__ needs   no  Monday is counted .on to bring og.fcl introduction.      Hia   aubiect  is   ������The  another large attendance,  the feature  that evening being the charming comedy,  *Daddy* Long "Legs", which is to  presented by a talented company.  An added feature for Saturday afternoon   will   be    the -school   children's  costume parade, in whichtthe order of  -      . _,- .   fc ..  .      J,, .    _' m       ������r       _,    n        tent fillek to capacity,  march -will be liister, Wynndel,   Can-                                 *^     -*  yon, Eriekson and Cieston^with.Piper    subfect is  Measure, of a1 Man,** and we feel sure  ail who hear him wiii he immensely  pleased with his address. A common*  ity choir will furnish music, and some  special items are being arranged. All  seats are -free and the Chautauqua  guarantors are hoping to sea   the   big  Qmnian���������i$i& Goes  -Over Hindsomely iS^SatV^"^^^  *~* -    jet) that a start can be  made prompt at  ���������    * x2 -!_.L" The route   will  be   along  Canyon  Creston's 1025 ^Chautauqua   ^Penea | strert to the   Creston   Fruit   Growers  circom- \  Ideal  Frank. Bamford  was. a visitor  day^. thisv weels, ihe guest  of Mrs. Bundy.  Mrs.  I here a fe  ata: *. ^ .���������������-.  as ISO feet loaned  at_ all at the new  use.  by, C- 6- ,SU������������is*#*:������- ]  fire*-* hau^ready wr  __���������  ������������-������^-d    .ot%^n  Mrs. Fred Power    and   yo-s������K  left at the first of the week for Nelson  where they are visiting   friends  for a  couple of weeks.  The heavy -?������in  of  Ihursday   came  just right to get garden stuff  off to a  good start, anu7wi!JL iu>ame one of the  best first eultings of alfalfa nnddovek*  - ever harvested here. '  Mr.     and    Mrs.    J.    Draper   and  daughter of   Nelson   were   weekend,  visitors here with Mr. and Mrs. Bird.  Hue to  Pastor Knox assisting with  the community etrvices at Creston in  -the Ohauteuqiiii. tent the  usual morning service iit Lister is withdrawn for  the Slut.  . y.'k;<k':  The Lister Junior baseball teamsurprised the Canyon talent in the game  on Saturday In which1 the accire is  ffathor too large to putTtn print., Lister  fahs are hoping to see the team tackle  Eriekson in the near future.  The Lister Community   Society had  an Empire Day dunce tn   the   school  house on   Saturday   night  at  wh.ch  there was the  usual- good, time and  very fine nuislo by-a fotkr piece btches I  "till composed of Miss Cherrington and  Meuars. Thompaon^    Jury   ahd   Dem-  chuk.   The proceeds go to tho piano  fund.. ' --7 7' -'';;'���������!':y;VV^'y:'' .-'!'-7'  ��������� .-, Quite" .a-.'Tew ..'ffto'ta. h������*e,. ���������"-pb**"* '������vt  Huscroft on Sunday afternoon -for the  uhuhI "Victoria Day picnic* \.-;*W������e������**!'w-UJ������  * ii large turnout and a big afternoon of  aiMirt waa pi-ovided more particularly  for the children. The tlilieeyaervi'd  the usual high class supper and the  day waa very .much-enjoyed by all.  is early In May. - Tli^y ������*_~now being  ranged in ihe Arrow Crtek.aeet.oni "  Due to everyone being Just a, ��������� little  busier than usual -the community  picnic at Arrow,. Creek on the 16th did  not attract the usual representative  attendasfce.  Elroy Jackson received the unwelcome news at the end of -the week of  the death of J his   futher,   which   took  place at Telegraph   Cw-cfc   -tbout-  the  middle of May.  . Cut worms are more than  usually  active in -Jot-tut   gardens,* ' specializing  more particularly on the newly planted  cabbages*.  ^&lx,n*������prevMh&Hhv *"_van  Reason ticketsts equal to.otheryealf^  and the -Mcil^ald^.B^dies, who  occupied the stage opening flight jirere  'even more entertaining than the Calgary Kiddies;* jsvho made such a hit at  Chantanqurt in 1923..     . .������  This year's troupe of  eight   arlfets  are 'more  'youthful, -. and   with  exeeption, possibly, of vocal effort, are  -more    all    round    entertaining, -tbe.  Union lot where a circular  movement.  . -iviH hfc������-S-i������t:ed ana jr������M^.ietu-ca"- ������.������*"-;}    L.7T^l������yecLae? ������ho. was home from  ^o-tlie t^nC*fSv;^"������*lt-_Si^wa^ Vancouver focr a wi-rple  --*���������      *   ������������������ a, * v  '    a*__L '^lii^_������.*.- *   -"*"---    - *   *���������    -- ���������*������������������������-. j.������_._:    -i__*-__-���������*i*-  butlon of prizes*  **rnKa.^t>.  vtv.��������� ���������  and   free 'fee *. cteaan  "_ftdle*_~*---fron_i   the _Women's  Institute  .will   handle they judging of  the outside schools; the Tfeiganos 'will  place the awards in Creston-trad Judge  istsi Sale will award the srrandprizes. ^Por  the I *f"o������d meaKure all children  in costume,  whether ticket holders or hot. will be  more    ������n    ������....������.������ ���������. admitted free to  the  afternoon ^pi-o-  dancing being better and the dialogues' ������*'*������maie,    which    Ss   being   specially  and 09her literary  feaiures  go  over airanged for,the yonngsters.  umch   better.     Mi-sj   McDonald    has      As usual there will   be the two com-  been particularly  happy   in   selecting munity church services at II a.m. and   mother, arriving 1  "'       pe heavy '7-S*>p.io. on Sunday, and the������e promise attend their father  to be the most, at tractive yet held here      -������     _- .     A ..  ��������� I    The first   Bisrsecs   caujjht  of -*feeek%   ^a^Her5 -__--'*_*������ -CmonthT  returned' frir further -treatment ..Jasfc  ���������Week, andrireirect-stp be, away a.  weeks. long***- .   "'  * Fencing is being put- np onhothsides  of tbe Crawford Hill diversion -and the  new road Will be open for traffic b^the  end of the week.  Bob Maxwell of Kan ton. Alberta,  and Clarence Maxwell oi Vancouver,  are spending e.  few  days  with their  on   Friday  last  to  -*s fum*4ra].  Slrtgas*  1 *  1  1 the dance numbers, which a*-_t heavy j  to Scotch and   Irish   and   were   v������ry  loudly applauded, whilst in Miss Ninan  she has a Scotch   vocalist  and   entertainer who'-made a great, hit with the  1 Creston audience.    Another improve-  in  the  |"at Chautauqua times. The Presbyterian arid MetlHYttuit churches are closing  for 4.he day and Revs. James and  Knox will have charge of nnd assist at  the exercit-es.  "'Now thank we all our God.  With heart, and hands aud voices.'*  "'V,,- ;  , . ,       ���������   ..      ���������   7       * (  Comnmmty Church  in the   '".  Chautauqua Teiit  on  11 a.Vn.  7.30 path.  Mr. Cook, who ts atill employed ut  Bonnlngton, spent tho weektantt at hlu  home hi Ciinyon City  The high water in liw* Goat hat-  itosoiinded Operutlont "nt the-Paulson-  Mason mil) at Kitchen or anil mv. kuiu  1$ howi*- on vacation th'trweek.  The Chautauqua guarantors  In this  -Mrs. Stewart Mackintosh of Cranbrook was a visitor here a few days  last week* a gneBt at the C.P R. boitrd-  ihghnuKe.     .,"    ��������� J -" ��������� ^y.    _  Mrs.;'.B(n>vn and Mrs. Loasby were  weekend visitors withrf riends in bran-  I brook. ������������������;-.' /'....-.';      .;_;^:' ,y.  Principal Uines of the Sirdar school  spent    the    holiday    weekend   with  friends ih Nelson.      .  S,.31. McCabe and. sony Boh, 'were  visitors with friends at Cowley^  Alberta, a few days last week.  Misses Helen avid Hazel Hopwood of  CresWn were holiday visitors here  with their aunt, Mrs. Whiteside.  Little Miss "N ettle McQube, who has  bwen a Cranbrook visitor, got home on  TueHday. Mrs; McCa*-e going to Erlck-*-  son to meet, her. :y-,-,:.y.J*',-  .Mrs. C. ItatcliCfo of Cranbrook^ wna  a visitor here for the - weekend, with  her Bister, Mrs. Touhey. -'*'���������''..���������  Victor and Jack Grundy, who are  attending school, at Creston^ woie  homoLfor the Victoria Day wceko^d.  The Empire Day picnic went oft! fine,  all enjoying the opting, while the  dance at night was vory much to the  liking of the large crowd present.  Mm. C. M* Goodman of Cranbrook  -.ml dat-iigrhtera. Mrs. Frank Bamford,  Miss Goodman and Mrs. Manahun of ���������   xn<0  mJvlu,tWm v   Pottland, Oro., who have been visiting    MOOBK   of  Cranbrook,  former  Mrs. Hoy Proctor, rcturncu" to Or^iu-j.   , !>;������������.* let Forester. '  , brook on Monday, with Mrs. Humford  J stopping off at Cit'tata-i for 11 fcw dayo.  Thehe-ivy.rains on Thm-sday last  did cont-lderable flood/ damage to the  appVoaches at Kid Creek bridge and it  was not^unttl Sunday that repairs  were completed and auto . trttllle  resumed.  Kootenay River on the B.C side, waa  landed by Melt Beam, whilo fishing  near the-mouth of the river on Sunday  last. The specimen .was of the smaller  sort, weighing about SO pounds.  Arthur Dodd is coming along nicely  with his broken wrist, which he  sustained about ten days ago, -"hen he  had the mieforttane to fall off a teeter  at the Creston school.  The sale of  Chautauqua  tickets in  the Eriekson area is reported to be the  -record*  tho  demand  for  biggeat on   __���������_^  . children's admissions being particular-  Due.to Androsoff suffering: a broken | ly noticeable,  rib   on   Fridimy i the   Satuwlay   night  wrestling   Match,   in   which   he   was  booked to tangle  with Nets Jepaon of  Yahk, hua been postponed   until June  18th. -   ,"  Creaton baseball team made a second  ��������� appearance here on Sunday afternoon,  j when Kitchener was able to hold them  to a 5 to 1 score, and at tho  game  on  Sunday next, filet, Kitchener expects  to-win.-***-'.!-'  ���������' ���������" ���������''  Tho special Speaker and special  -~Muaio tor ��������� thio Borvico will t rival  the liner*t yot heard in Creaton.  Don't miaa it. Auiul cotno \)t\eh  for uomotliinjij equally  ^ood  ut  :, 7.30 p.m. ���������  7. - ��������� ������������������'-,'..'*-.-.  when .tho addVeaa WilL bo on  "lTHK ME A8XJBB OF A M AW'  Tho epoakor wiii hoi KOX������MATST  F. W. Speaker haa commenced the  erection of Uie building which will be  known as the Tourist Boor Parlor, for  which he is 'seeking a license. It ts  situated almost at the turn onto the  road to Kitchener.  The floods in the Goat River took  out tho ferSsige _B������d by Putnam,  Palmer ft-'.Staplefl to haul their ties to  the siding, and mntil tSie watera recede  and a new bt^ge I* put in their saw-  ���������mMl hw������ heeni shut down.  Road stinerlhtendent Davies le -putting men ������to  work  at once  to make  repairs to the Goat Blver Grossing Tho funeral of the late J nmes "VIax-  I bridge. In the floods of Thursday and well took place from tho family reel  I Friday last the underpinning wnsdia- dence on Friday afternoon with Bev.  turbed to such  an extent -that on- the J. A. Jajwe������ offlcIaUug; ami Mcr-it*.. G  '���������"'������������������       "  -    ��������� '���������-���������-J-1.*  n>   nnfitiH. Jus. Cook. A  SatSfHEE!    GVEIKVfibSY WEUSOMEI  Creston end thefre ia a dangerous nag  of almost a foot.     "  Coo linen-"-.it ^ota   ft.   "Lnm*b������r' Cowi-  pany suffered  i-onatderahle lo-������ In tho  floods last week.   Their dam up tf oat  river was washed   out  and   about a  quarter million feet of logs went down  atrcam.   The bridge at tho mill ia also  irnna along with quite a few thousand  feet of  piled   lumber  that tho  high  water took away, aa well  an  soma of  the shucks*   Tho   foundation!     **   '"* '  Cartwright, T. Harris. Jas. Cook, A.  11. Dodd. 3. M. Craigie and JT. Wickstrom  acting  aa   puflbearera.   There  Was a very Bargo iuruout. ol friends, to  p������y taheir Bast iw?a.|54N5ta und tho many  -floral tributvs eloquently bespoke the  higheste&m in which doceaaed wai}  held.'" *��������� <  will   tw������  nriMfo  Mtu  ������t>n<^  and,   *.a-wlsisi  returned.     O.  It.   Paulson   who   waa  HUc.c; zX. ts*.** ft���������**-���������*:��������� ~f *"���������*������������**��������� w#������ek eatimates  the shucitft.   xno  rouowMUM -������   ���������   Tlte w*t ������Oioutl������5000,  mill la slightly damaged,   but repairs [ the lo������������ ������*c ������m������uu������iww.  MpMWyMIIMIIlWItBMW^  wmiwiii"jMawi.w.i*i,_iim  'Xff ���������"*. f  ���������_____  taMal u  B*_n_T_Hii_  .Ummtmmm* tern  iwKmumSm m  _9l���������________B__H_Ha_l  \  THE    BE VIEW,    CttESTCKNT.    B.    C.  Perhaps you are using good tea. We think  "Red Rose" extra good.     Won't you try it?  Northern  -i������r__j,  tv af us  The same good tea for 3.0 years.  A Winning Fignt  In promoting health and combacting disease the great majority of people*  v*iil readily admit tho old adage holds true and that an ounce ol* ni-evi/ntion  is worth a pound ot*'cure. ^Thc trouble is that wh"le Government, municipalities,and people, in general .believe this, they do not alwuys"aet upon their belie:'  and live up to it. li* ifies*"' did there would be far less sickness and disease,  leaver deaths and Enormously'less physical .-suffering,, all of -which -would result  directly in great financial gain to the .State and to the individual citizen, and  .largely increase, the productive power and prosperity of the world.  .   * >'  .Again, while- people generally agree that prevention is better and cheaper  than cure, whether it be in the matter of health, or fire, or war,'the vast  majority remain rather hazy on the subject, with the result that they ai-e.  crificial of expenditures necessary to the talcing of preventive measures, but  ar. the same' time are quite prodigal in spending "money to cope with a crisis  when'tine is, precipitated but whieh could have been prevented,-by foresight  and a much smaller expenditure. x  . ���������-"! Let; an alarming epidemic of disease break out and begin sweeping  through a community and the people will stop:,at no outlay of money to check  it. although they may have year after year refit is ed to vote a comparatively-  small sum'-which would have removed-the menace which finally caused the  epidemic. There was hardly any criticism in. Canada over the piling up of a  war debt of two billions of dollars, but there is now criticism of an annual  expenditure ot" a couple hundreds of thousands.as Canada's contribution towards the cost of the administration of the T-toagu'o of Nations iirits. endeavor  1o prevent future wars by removing cause for them.  It is necessary, therefore, to. bring to the attention of alf~peopIe as fro-  'fluently as possible the decided bene-lits to themselves resulting from the talcing of proper measures of prevention as. individuttls and as represented by  CJovernnie-qts, Federal, Provincial and Municipal. It is in the interest of ail  that attention is drawn in this article. to_sonie remarkable advances made in  recent years in the scientific prevention of disease. ' -  ..  Take smallpox as an example. There was a time within the'memory-of  many people when this disease was quite common and the death toll very  high. In the city of Montreal in 1J.S5 smallpox was the cause of 3,164 deaths  that year, but the costly lesson of that epidemic resulted in generaV vaccination throughofct Quebec witli the result that there has been no repetition of  the epidemic. On. the "other hand, vaccination Was largely neglected in the  Windsor district of Ontario-with the result that last year an epidemic in" virulent form developed,'and of those who contracted the disease, and had not been  vaccinated 71 per cent. died. On.-the other hand not one single death occur- |  red in the case of a person who had ever been vaccinated'.      The. epidemic.]'  Heavy   Cost   of   Preserving   Law   and  Orid-er Among  the   Eskimos  Quite .-������videntl3*,,_t."ue Eskimo inlfabit-  ants   of; tli-e 1 i_0i-ihertf coastlauds   ot!  J ~       u** * '  Canada jneed C aXgpod deal more-regulative, attention, than,tho mounted police can giyejtliom iini. ss the strong th  of that force is Wry considerably increased.-  ..* They  would get il,  too, if  I there  was   any  way of making them  j pay the cost.      Theysecm to be one  i class  whoso  poverty-and  remoteness  j give  them   exemption   front   taxation.  ��������� That being the-d-ase., the rest ot* us will  have to count-it part    of    the    white  man's   burden  to   go "on   establishing  police pos.t,=5 and patrols _|_ that fai: off  hinterland in order to keep the Kski-  mo from killing one anotln r and murdering missionaries  and  irader-i who  wander into _h.cir domain.��������� Edmonton  Bulletin.  A Farm  Mr]  oofe-Keeper  Cents  ,"C*t*\*~*R_" farmer ought to "mow what his  -*���������' farm is making for him and which de-  - partments,-if any, are not paying. To this  end he needs a simple record of receipts  'and expenditures, along with yearly inventories of land and buildings, stock,  machinery, "feed and supplies.-*-���������  . The -Department ������f -A>ric*a!t*-srs at Ottawa  off. rs, for 10 cents, -.���������'Farmer's Account Boot:/'  Only ft few entries from time to time are needed.  Send 10 cents for the Account Book and  receive also "Seasonable Hinta" and our latest  list of free publications-. Fill in and return alio,  post free, to  Tho Publications Branch  Department of Agriculture  Ottawa. Ont.  Post Office Province,  -v.     .  Joint  Soreness  Subdued/  .   Swellings Quickly Reduced  Wonderful Results From Rubbing the  N  Sore Parts With  NERVILINE  "Aly testimony should convince anyone that. ���������iNrerviline' is a splendid preparation to use on swelled joints, ltheu--  matism left me badly crippled," writes  Amos F. Pleury, from Kingston. "I  went to McKay's Drug Store and they  rocommended Nerviline, which restored me completely.*'  Por itheumatfc pains, Lumbago,  .Sciatica, you will get lasting satisfaction from a 3i������c bottle of 2\Terviline.,  Sold everywhere.  -  B.C. -ESerry Growers,  Are     Looking     Forward    to  ^       Season In 1925     ..   ' .  "British Columbia- berry growers are  looking forward  to. a good  season in  1925.       A  recent   survey  shows   that  Buying Power  Good . Interim/Wheat Pool   Payment Should  -  *"    Stimulate.Spring Trade  The release ol" 330,000,000 among 92,-  000  Western   Canada  farmers  cannot  fail to have st stimulating effect upon  cultivation ' to    berries    totals    6,308,  largely   devoted   to  the  cultivation   Of.  tlievo arc- now 2,528 berry gtowevs in I all lines ol" business. This interim  the province, located in--t4ic Fraser, payment from the wliaat pools repre-  Kootenay, Okanagan, Salmon Arm and sents a net addition to prairie buying  Vancouver Island district. The same power, since it lias not been hypothe-  survey shows that the acreage under   cated  in' advance.      The  date  of its  payment and the amount per bushel  were unknown up to the time the payment was made, and it has therefore  not been .spent or pledged In advance,  as was the case with a great patt ot"  the money received as initial payment.  Thirtj'-TfiVe cents a bushel, representing a clear cash profit after costs  of  production' and  freight have been  c, _���������,.������-, nrKa\.,,.tf,_  3oga:n-j.������"iV"  currants  raspberries,  ries,    red    and    black    currants    and  gooseberries. ..--  ��������� ~j  uame taw Conference Endorsed  Alberta has  endorsed the  proocrsed -'   Cause of Asthma.      No one can say.  -it->^nt-rat-������t-,^r,    ���������-..-���������   A 7,-,k7'i if A.      , i with certainty exactly    what    causes  *������ontoience...oi.. game    law officials ot j the " estabUstiW'oC'" asthmatic''ibndi-.  v.aiia<������iau    jirovmces     and-   adjoining j tions.      Dust  -from 7tlve street,!!from  states.      Manitoba proposed the meet- ] flowers, from grain and various oilier j Paid, is  a  very  considerable  sum  oC  ing,   and   Minnesota'��������� has   already   Cn-'jrritant*- i������������T set up a trouble impos- j money, even to tho mau wlio has farm-  mtMm +������ i���������iw. ������*/.=-��������������� .*-.,������.������������!,    a������d on a small scale, and it wiii enable  dorsed it. Ontario has been asked to  s-tippoi*t the scheme. It is sought to  provide adequate machinery for mutual protection and ..control of game  on inter-provincial and international  border lands andyto.breakers of law  seeking immunity' across these borders'.     -���������--��������� ....;.���������   J'<:A_..-..   .-.'..���������-.,:   .. .--.'     ...   .  FEELING TIRED  INSPRINM  sible to irradicate except    through  sure preparation such as Dr. J. D. Ivel- j ."77 " !~   "  "  "*"* *"**  logg's Astlima Itcmedy. TJacertaintHhim io hny many necessaries whose  may exist as to cause, but there can] purchase  has  been  postponed.      Tho  be no uncertainty Tegarding a remedy phenomenon which has been some-  -vvhich has freed a generation*of asth-;j -ivhat mistal-P-ntv-v oalif>fi ������. "huvoi-s'  matic victims from this scourge of the  bronchial  where.  tubes.  lt  is   sold   every-���������!  Would Increase Radio  Fees  was quickly conti*olled by the vaccination, .of practically the* whole community, ;-jq-..   ot^v   re,,*. f3~+- r>*' "'t  fiO.000 people  submitting io vaccination in  two weeks.       Vaccination  is pre-j Von  -vr<.e^ /.i, -.  w  j        *  vt jii ion of smallpox, yet in the face of .established facts many people neglect;: "*     \������7:-ij;_    "������"* *V������-   a   r������--ri  u������ hare their children made Immune and some even vigorously object'to'it  Consider diphtheria, once a dread disea  cause of neglect of proper precautions. (liven anti-toxin fit the first indication of the dis-.aso arid the chances.are all in favor of a mild type of the'disease and reeov.-ry of the patient. But better slill is to immunize all children  with toxin antitoxin wo they will not contract diplLLheria, and it lias .been  positively established that through toxin antitoxin children are protected  against diphtheria. . ���������  'Or   consider   I--pint-id.       Since  1900,   typ-hoid   rover,   once  so  prevalent  North  America, has bet*n reduced by an average of 7S  por cent.      This was  a (-com pushed"almost entirely  by  human intervention,  by studying  the cause  oi" typhoid fever and then tlc-siroying it by, what the Minister of Public Health  !-���������������������������   Sasl-::*t-*-!".wa!!   has   dc'etibct!   as.   fire-prooiing  the  individual  against  it.  Well���������  of Dr.  William's Pink Pills  \     With" the. ..passing  of  winter-many  e, and still all too prevalent b<--   people reel woalt, depressed and easily.  tired.    No  particular 'disease  but   the  A  sj-stem laalcs tone. You find yourself  tired, low-spiril t-tf, and eTten unable  r.o get sound sleep at night. All this  is the result of indoor corifinement of  the winter months, and shows that the  blood lias become thin and watery.  New, rich, red blood-is what you need  to put you right, and 1 here is no other  medicine can give -you this new blood  as surely and as f/fFeedily'*as Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. This new blood  goes to every part of the body and  quicliiy impf-ovos tin. general health.  ie i������inl  abolition, of ivphobl'is quite ufifinUely in sight il' imlivliluuJH and | ingestion is toaied up. you-have a l������et-  -vttl i.nly take lull !.dvaiilti*-c.* of the preventive mon.wtiovr -avail- ! }*%. "W^'  **vv*a  T<!  ^^fthencd  ,. ,  ,. ,     t ,   au" ���������t*'<.-������l*' i*-1 .sound and reiresiling,  disi.ppoared irom the list ;     The  value   ol!  Dr.   Williams's   Pink  Advocates' Heavier Tax On  Listeners-  :, lih "So That RadioTCan, Progress'''...'  An! increase in the radio fee to lis"t  eners-in was advocatetl-aato t].ie>spe������iaT^  copyright committee of the House of  Commons by. It. H. Combs, Canadian  Radio Trades Association,  Toronto'.--'.  "I ��������� would' suggest that the fee be  raised," stated Mr. Combs, '-to get  more revenue, or that an appropriation be made'by.-the" house to give th.e  department a sufllcient sum of money  to properly control the operation of tho  radio in Canada, so'that, radio can progress along ordinary lines."  -���������ommunif U  -.l.h- to all.       Already  in SasUa-tehowan typhoid ha.;  os" fifteen di^east:. eau.-ing the gn-at.osi mortality. -  Th*- itrciir  W;u-  lannhi   int.  world  ono great  and  tu valuable.  Uwson.       Pov  hnj* * urniles, unpar.'t  army tiisi-ust*:-.. lyjihoid ami smallpox, which formerly  ���������   compulsory   Ufr-e   ol!   methods   of   inoculation   in   iliu  ���������  io vaccinaiion and inoculation without an :irgiinien������.  tin ad    grc-at    white   -.ilnyite. is  also being overcome  in-   applieaiitm  of   projiei-   nn ..hi-d-*.       'I'li.e  rlealli   rale.  'PIta- Jim i.-t-nteiil  is lt������.."iiii< hr<tu?_:hl. about-, not, lhvouj.1i  Toilay  die ihrc- l,'i*airii ��������� l.'ittviiK'.es have l lie lowest  ; Pills when the sy.siem is run down is  ! shown by  tin.* experience of Miv Wil-    , , ,,    ,  . _ ,.     ���������    ! litim -Mitchell,   It.it. - No.   j,   Bedford,  tie- it.-si  aim- in uif-iory linj* * urniles, unpar.'t ll ml  m ni.imher.-, were prac I ically ] pj.j.j.^   --vho   savs* "���������*_     few     uionths  i'i-.--' irom tho.-..- two ������*atrl army tiisi-ust*:-.. Lyjihoid ami sumllpox, which formerly! ago 1 found ni.vai.'lf in    a    badly    run  l;ii:. ,1   -]k>-_>;-:..1.--.       The   compulsory   ur--e   ol!  methods   of   inoculation   in   iliui<lmvn    condition.^     My    appetite    was  ,.:-:n- h:ive K-'-'t obj������.-f-: f������r.-. io vaccinaiion and inoculation without an :irgiinien;. i',om'-  T  ^l1"  easily - fired  and did   not  sleep well.      I  tided several  so-called  Tisbt-reuli. .-"������:--���������.    she    dn ml    grc-at    white   -.ilnyite. is ai.so being overcome   tonics, but did    not    get    any    veliel'.  r.n-ouirb   .-dutr;.  i<.n   am!'in-  applietnitm  of   projier  nn ;hntl.-:.       The  rlealli  rale.   Then  I decided   to give Dr, Williams'  ir-: . st-adi'v i!������-erei,.."in*r.      The bet i.-rnteiil  is bein-. brou-arht about-, not. llrrou'.h JM1nl,:11*i-lJH *\ lrl"* ,'-1n*- *������Ani i'<-wn(* il������at  .   " ," . ,,.   ,       ... .,--,.- , . ,-h- lkil<* K0'- the right miulielno.    Gradu-  r-nre.~. our by ���������".rev.-nii-.i...   _   1 o.J-.iy   il,o il,,*,-.- I'rairu- l.'.-ovinces hav.;. | Uo lowest I ulIy my 8h.,mRtll enmo bnck> tU<5 lhl]],  J-iidi nji.T-i'i-ovii f,tib"i-t"t1lo,'ir- of all ihe proviri'.*i-.-s. | tired  reeling diss.ppeared, ������ aiid    after  is  tie- i--i.nl b.-iiiishiii.MH. of ih.-se diseam-s imn-iy ;, n  rmpinn dream      No. i u*sIn1;   ilu' V[Ui!"  fov about   a  month,  J  An   i-jjtiij. ru   publlr  htaiilt  luiin  di-nw-  :ti it in ii'm  to  ihe   I'acl   ihal   lepros*,-  lui.s  iii.-ii ppeai-f-d   Irom   the  ort'linary  lite  of   Ktirope,   win -ii its   GOO  years  ago. with  one-tentli flu- population of i-iday,  l'*unipir hail   t!t.noi> hoii.se^ of rfil'uge for the  j;.iit:uaej-itbie  !���������-;.   ir,  ul   ih;t.' da.,.        l.ad  lt|nti..\   i \i hi ..������11 ii.: il.   I !Hi,������"*t.   Hindi   houses  :���������!   ri-.'tii"!! woiihl  l>e required  today, while as a  iii.iti.ei* ol* lael   ilu-re ,5.-1  not one.  I.i |ai-d.y  i.s. in  l-'uro.ie an ;ib������ili,-ln-tl  tlisi ;uu:       We can   likewise abolish  '���������niall-  HMs. t,vpl'i'������5������i. tliplil lierin and  uibereuJ-o.-.i.- if \v������- wo about ir, i.'h.. rlglil. way and  iiuil.e ii-e of (he int-jui.--  wUir-lt ni'tlictl .-;<-ieiU'a. mitt  rhe  i.i relets n vearcdi w<n*K"-  ei .-> til   I'm*   world   have   ''ivetl   i.a.i us.  Manitoba Agricultural Products  In 1924 Were Nearly Double That of  Previous Year  Agricultural products in tlio province of MaiiiLoba during the year 192-1  reached a total "estimated' value of  ���������$'l6"t,at2.857, according to nguves issued by the provincial department ol'  agriculture. This amount Is noatiy  doubie jthnt ol" tlio previous twelve  uiontli!.. ' The greater part of the  spread Is-accouufed for by tho dlfCer-  oucc in the value of Hold crops- during those two years.  It will  Prevent  Ulcerated  Throat.'���������  At the first symptoms of aore throat,  which prowiges ulceration und inllain-  could <-at lu-tu'lUy a..n"v."ns" as"slrcing! Nation, take a spoonful ol* Dr. Thomas'  strike" should now give place to a  3ively season of spring buying.���������Winnipeg Tribune.  Spreading ���������_od       x  _<ews Broadcast  Wants tverybody to Know That  Dodd's Kidney Pills Have Relieved Him of Kidney Complications  and active ,*is ever r havo been, X  can, most cheer Cully reeommt'iid Dr.  Wllllains' Pin It PillH as an.uhfuirpnJ'S-  ed tonic."1  Vou can j.el. !|)r, Willliims.' .t'ink .Fills  irom tiny thaler in medicine, or by  mail at. RO emits a box front The Dr.  Wniiiims' MfMlU'ine Co.. Tlroclcville,  Out,  AL������M-if������l     VI    ^mmfJEm ^Lr^r *lt R^-SaV        m*mmm\w ^mW     tf^W   ^.ill* fn *VjT  Right���������Always  'eel  Population   of  the   World  ! Nol:liliigjileaf...<" f- wolua-u.more tluui  J biting nbli* l.o eoiivi'y a. phrce ol' inl'or-  > mution to another woman.', f  Kcloctric Oil.. Add a little Ktigar to  It, to luakt-i it palatable. Tt, will allay  tin; Irritation and proven I. tht* ujeeration and' swelling that are bo painful.  Thoriu who were periodically .subject  Io quinsy havo thus made thouiHolves  Immune to at I -ttclc.  Joseph Hardy, After a Long Period of  Sickness  Says   Dodd's   Kidney   Pills  Have Done Him Goodv ;-*  ,   Mistassini, . j Que.���������-(Specjal).���������Feeling quite well "again after suffering for'-  seven    years,    Joseph    Hardy, a, well-  known resident otythis ptace is reconi-  .meiiding~ to* liis,    fellow    countrymen  Dodd's Kidney Pills.  -   ."I  have  used   Dodd's  Kidney   Pills  and found   tliem    very    satisfactory,-'  Mr. Hardy states in an interview.    "I  suffered with: my head and heart.  !, I  could. not sleep very  welt and I was  always tired and nervous.    I took half  a dozen boxes of Dodd't. Kidney Pills  and they lnxve done me much good,' I  make no evror In recommending them  to my fellow countrynit,*n sis a remedy  for sick kldneya."  If you have tiny symptom-mentioned  by Mr. Hardy you may be sure your  kidneys need attention. Neglecte.il  kidneys sire the eyus-..1 ol" mora* than  halt" the ills to which mankind Ih heir.  Dodd's Kidney Pills act. direetly on  the kidneys, making them strong and  healthy. Sound kidneys mean pure  blood.   Pur}!* blood moans good health.  -HiUMinanaiaai     ...������ naaaa. ������a n������������������'������������������������������������'������a������aaMaJ_    ,  V, *\  -, How can *i mi*n*������o expo clod to hit  the murk iC lie leads an aimloss exlst-  Was  i\nd    Hna  ..tif^HBttif  Th������**r-.'."i one right way to **p.*cdily tone  up tin. liver and k<*'*.p  ������-h-:������ V,r,-.���������.*-d-i r***'t:!:i,-.  Carter9*    "tittle  lalvcrPHli never  fail.   Millions    ^  will  testify **a  th.it  there  ia  nothtnj:;    so  fjood  for  MI-  ionr.nr.w, indt(jrff--t"on, h'-nd'arhp. or Rab  low,  pimply   skin.    Purely veffetabJ-s,  K������a.-ill B������JU --Small Dom -Snail Price  ,i',U  tTmm _'"_t"l"_"*" _P%**lf*-  m      Mm _L_p  m   WM   ������������������JLv ^s_w  "U'rtPa*- I Caf% ������tj>  ���������TT-Tl-E  *_! Wm IAXE:iq-  4E__i     __y_l \\wmW* B B        ���������m       j?f!_5S|  850,000,000     In     1330  Since  Doubled * j  In  that- year   ISi't'i  lhe Worl.l lutd only.  s,*,t'.ttiMt.ntio   iiilui litla tt* -. Whife   I hen  ih>- jt'/aj'til.-uioit ha-; thaibUd. Prof, I  li^i.-'-i ei-'l i ma 11 ���������,-! ihal in the ^-ui' 20^;!'  ita.- ."-..-���������id will b;i*e tlii-ee .nntl a haliy  ���������7 :r. .:��������� -  |.   i.;.f-    :,     , ..,-..       "Jtan- '  in 'I l|tihi'"!������-;il i\ it-  doe.'.'n't  It'niu a "T-iroatl  world'view- I  ���������   da y   in*. \    f;l������lii������-   when   all ;  n ,-i it!  the enrlh  u III be nn !  a-i  Cliin-i.        | .nl   thai   lhe I  nilrrors   poi'lniyod   us   its  otlievs1  us  we would  not use   .hem.  .13 11-ill.-       I '  t-vii'i. ;.l all  pi i ihi, Tl  lial/ttaljle j,  .n/.-i < t oia did  . taiii'���������   '-.n*.    i  l'������H*   I he    {.���������������.-  i ill  . .Ill .   Ill      tv  ) II.      Ill        ft Jl\ I'll  pi'" i I .V     ; it 11 ���������    ..el. Ak  ,     I lie     I'atlM't'M     will     he  "-Tan* I'll I for moil. Jiiiitnh..! to j'i-e,i  wiih  t in -ir  .-ii rplu -1   projlni'l  INDISPENSABLE  We i-t.eelv������* lei IV':r*l every week  from   pi-optle who   tind ' Minnrd's  ln������ll.-i������.-nsuJah'  t'npi. lieo, .V. Uo|liov\*, Philadcl-  phlu. Pa., wiiie,-,: "M'hlle in  Itrilinh ("imluiuhlii I until your  r.lnhui'iu, hul l (-nntiol got lt  lh-i'������'. ��������� Ah Ilu-re Is to. my Icilo'V-  leilge no mJIhi- linimi.nl <>n ihe  tiiairkei GiUii MinartlV. I would a p-  pi'ii'ijiii. u ii von will jul v I so inn  hosv II ran. i-'ttj luttai hi-ii1 mijiply,  for I do iinr wain mi be without  r.*11 r>;i rd*1",'' i*  MIHAlRD'S   LINIMENT  Taking French Capital to Bcigium  Alleged  Plot of Belgian   Bankers  Haa  Been  Discovered  Nearly 11,000,000,000 frmir-ti in cai.il-  r.til tin-" .(tHlinialtal by the jutlloliil siu-  tliorltk's lo .have been exportod from  Valoiicieivntis, France, ehlelly to ,lkd-  glmn, In flu- last Ihroo months. It is  claimed iIwiI. Patdgiiin bankur.s began a  systenialU* <nnipalgn to encouyugu the  exportation several nioittliH ago. This  is repotted lo have been j'nvt ub'd  through the tivr--*>i. ol" a .Uvlgiiiu ifoc-  toi* al the I'l-oiillei*. Tft* had disguised  lilMtmll'. as a hunidihnok, IiIh false  liunip being .HlUl'fml with Fn tick  r'eciirlllna.*.  There are- worlds of though ts. |)e-  elde if you would .lite lo bo wht-i'i- on,'!*  ���������%������������������   f������J������itii'   he('/t|-a>   yon   l'olU������u*   M,  tV.int-ircl'it>  Linjme'H  for  Coida  TUcru's no need of aceldonls if you'll  drlrtj-carefdlly nnd learn to l-oatl n jaywalker's mind. ���������-  sT.GlMf&es  Cronn* Mt in!  eookjpg  -yT\.  Prtt Hl*clii������s   Hon-tk���������  Wrltt? "lhe R-ar<l<*n Co.  UiaiiUi-t   .".tc-sitrc^t.  o, ������y..t  ���������lUmMmm  mHmmiSwmm  ^^���������*S-*'^SiJili*H*?^  i������_^sas������i>*.������w^  fitewt^si^^iiw*^ s���������  ::V*.-!  THE   BEYIEW,. , ClffiSTOl^   B.   (X  ,v^l^'!:  os-������  <���������  i-afOgicai JfcCouite t^or Shipping      ^  Western Grain To Europe  Is   Yia-Hu4soi_L's Bay Route  May Assume Management []J3e vera!  lorOOCf  ISLeasons   V_riven  Why We Skpula \Vork For  ike Elimination:Of ^A^arrare  _. v  V  .Speaking    quite   -naturally,  from  a  Vancouver    standpoint,    the Pto-vine*.  and Sun deplore the loss arising rrom  export    of    Oan~ad&"s .grain    through')  American ports/-   The Sun "says: "Ten.  For Research Work  Toronto       University     Interested       In  Esiablishgient   of   Foundation   to  Carry on  Investigations  of  a  foundation  for  the  financing  of  Surthei  "search similar to that wliich  year.-, ago New York was handling l>'-[ Sir William Mulock, chief justice ol  tie or no Canadian grain. ' Montreal, j Ontario* and chancellor of the "Univer-  Halilax and St. John did most of'this* { aty qf Toronto, announced at a gather-  busirfess. Of the "1922' crop. Nt w i _ng of prominent citizens at the Yoek "  York handled 113,000,000 bushr-ls ol ��������� club, Toronto, that the establishment  Canadian grain against ii7.000.0OO -via  Montreal.  "When the Yankee goes out for business lie goes alter it with a veng-en-ncn.  The Yankees havo gone after the Canadian grain business and .today the*,  control it. Of the 1923 crop, 178,000.-  000 bushels cf -Canadian graij/ moved  from Fort William*to world markets  via American boats, American, railroads and Amoycan Atlantic ports.  "There iti  no use'"tasking how !New  York or Buffalo can  away   from *- Canadians.     -The  fact is  that they aro doing it.' -  led to the discovery ol" insulin was the  lentaiiro plan of the board ot gov cram rs of" the university. It was announced that tho university was prepared to- stand behind ihe work, but  waa not in a posit iota to provide ihe  funds. A fund oi ."-600.000 ia neccs_  fiary. x  I'remier Howard Fc rguson promised  -eft  -Russia's Wheat Production  An   interesting   and  authentic   forecast of what the next war will be like-  Exports   Have   Decrease-j   Rapidly   In * vras given in New York Ci^u.at a lun-  Last Few Years; tcheon of the Foreign Policy Associa-  "Wlxether Russia will be a factor in _ lion  oy a  group of close students of  "!  the world's wheat markets during the j aerial and eliemicat warfare, beaded  next few years is a question that lacks } hy Brigadier--General Lord Thomson.  a definite mi.wor, but one that has *������n; hue chief of the air ministry in tin-  Important bearing upon a big Cana-jI*^hor Government of Great Britain.  dian industry. In the pre-war years* The consensus of the experts was  Russia, exported immense ciiiantities of j tbat in ike next war tlie airplane will  wheal   to Britain, the  ������������JJ I \J \.*-La-.1-.  '"asking how _New   Lhe goVernmcnt's support", and Mayor   saKt* *J?gl,?lj  ta'kc this business - Foster "said the city would do its part* | back .la   tll<5  therefore-. # the."*ibne " that cotild best  meet all competition, is the Hudson  Bay route.  The Province Fays: "Canadian grain,  routed westward, finds a market  through Canadiatt channels only.  There are no pickings on'the route for  the foreigner. Any profit the-re is  comes to Canadian pockets or pays interest on Canadian investments."  The '..foreigner" mentioned io our  good eteighbor but ultra-keen business  man���������the Yankee���������who has placed a  Premier Ferguson add* d that Ms government would be inclined lo bo even  more generous should ifie governors  see "fit to enlarge the foundation to include industrial research.  D. H. McDOUGALL  former Vice-President  of the  British  Empire  Steel   Corporation, who,  it is  {said, English directors, desire to bring  management of the cor  poratkm.  having ber-n nine million hundredweight, and in 3 910 twenty-eight million IiundredAveighc, while In l-92ij the  total -Rusfeian -export of wheat to alt  countries was about seven million  hundredwel-.ht. Today Russia is importing Canadian -flour, so that it may  be safely concluded, notwithstanding  the nominal export figures, that Russia has hsircJJ-y grown enough -wheat  for home consumption.���������Moose Jaw  Times.  "k-ar������������^������-r.+     V^afl-lt   aa_a������������.B.*^a.a.      hx������������t.afc..^&o  'P������t\t������       >f-J.-.������-.C  m. aa v__.M      ���������_-'%.9.%������hrv  People  Great  Enlarging Work At Indian Head]  Poor  Season  For   Fish  Catchej-  Are     Again     Showing  Interest In Canada        -^_  "We expect a greater number of settlers to come in from the Vnjled Stales  '  s j this yea.*, than in any previous year,"...  Have Been Small and   Export   declared  Dr.  W.  J.  Black, director of  Prices Low^ - _      colonization and  development for the  What has been one oT the pooivM ' Can.i0i-**n "National .Railways, who  iish seasons in several winters has ( AVent io Vic-oria to confer with mem-  come-Lo a close. All large commei- ber, of the British Columbia i.overn-  cial Heenses expired "Februaiy 15 and ��������� r.ient on colonization and co-operation  the small domestic licenses ".March io. _ between lhe provincial administration  in 1912 lhe. the ehkj." weapon, both for offence  and defends; ��������� that the only real defence will bo to ai tempt to raid the  enemy's _cap������ia������ before he raids 3*oui*s_  and that civilians, particularly thost.  living in Jarge cities-., will be the firs.  and perhaps the chief casualties  These- experts Avere-careful not 10 indulge in any wild, Sunday-pap. r sensationalism; but* the?- made it very  clear that in their belief, tr������-nch war-  fare between professional ax-n.ies is as  extinct as the cross-bow. The Juture  military aim, will be to demoralize the  enemy by wrecking his eltitjl chics,  land  particularly his capital/   at     the.  installation   of   Nevw   It/lechanieaL a"d -.  Electrical   Machinery  Considerable   -enlargement  earliest   possible moment.       "A  bun1-  ing  c-harnel   house"   is the  expressi.-e  of   the  -fphrase by  which Lord  Tbomson^des-  prohibitive tariff  on Canadian aa hea I, [l7-" 8omo ,{ikes>  P������������*' catches, taken in  yet is not averse to accepting a profit [ conjunction with low prices in export ���������  or millions for handling it in transit.     \ mavlcets, has resulted in earlier cpsm-.  With the Hudson Bay route in oper=. tion-of fishing operations than AAas , x-  aticin,    all   .Canadian grain could, and | ^ctod-      In A-ery few cases thi4_ year,  should,  reach  tidewater    and    che-ip  transportation    at    Canatlian    ports- -^  thereby retaining the "entire-Industry  and the taiiAvay company.  -  "There is a re al revival of interest  in Canada tliioughout the Central  State's," Di;. Black stated. "I"have  had a conference    wiih    our    United  at that institution.  This increase outbreeding  j cribed  a  city which    liad    been    rhe  j scene of a succes$������ul operation.      R**-  j Jiance will not, Iioa- evar, be exclusively" on gas bombs, the present stale of  poison   gas   warfare   b^ing   somc-AA*hat  less  advanced Than is popularly sup-  the Avhole  scope and usefulness of ihe ceft-al  work cond"icted at the "Dominion experimental farm, Indian Head, is to be  undertaken in J9^5. according to ft.  1j. Maithe-Wo, who is in cha*-go ol" the  cereal  and   forage   crop   investigation | .        ,���������    . ... -,.,.,  & [posed.      To ^ill or tillable me  .    ,.      .population   of  New   York   or   London  election ....  ,   . ... ,. .       .     irom    me    air    as tilings now stand,  and   impro/onent   hi   small   grains   is     .  ^���������.. ,    ,      .. _, ..    .        -.'would   rake a great many planes  and  made possible by the    installation    of ��������� __   -   .. _   .     . ..  .    , .  .    , ��������� a considerable jieriod of time.  now    mechanical. and electrical ma-1     , . .  , ,.  ...  .��������� . ,    .   -    . ;     In  coming   aerial   wariare,   gas.   m-  cluiiei-y.       Tins   equipment   has beenl  si)e<-ially mataifactur-ed 1o meet its re-.  > cemliary and expic-i-ive bombs Avill !>_���������  and profits within the Dmninion.  Competent authorities have estinlat-  we   <.xpect������.quite  ward this year.";  moA-ement   north-! cleaner, electric motor and seal-'*-.  j although  there  are ahvays ��������� some, did .Suites representative a.   St. Ptwil, and ��������� auirements.       lt includes  a  tlnvsher,  '_ ] t hf������ fisherman hai *- lo stoptiiecaus*.' the   WL_.   <.xpect������.quite   a  'maximum . catch" iixed   for   the  par-  icular lake- was   reached   before  the  losing of the season.  According to stories, brought to". Ed  ���������all used.       The explo.-*ires  v.ill wrt*ek  Peerless Lakes oii lhe A. & C.'Wv Rail-  wayyhaxl '"the bigges|-catcheSi;...ol!- trout.;  Sa sli,, :!i-|so^; hia"<-l er-iiei ty y  .shipa_..ent.s':of.!;:wh*ite;-i^  having-:had!'i*em*d::catches7-:7^'^r!:r!!::::;7   ;      ....  . ���������_! .. V'::..!      7. 7"7. A>1 Ada. and-tlu  jed Canada's Toss at '$35,000,00.0 due to  alien transport of grain.     -This would   U01"1031 f;om the.   north'1 T.r^_t'_SLi.,.d !  be much more- than sufficient to complete the -ra!il outlet tSytht^ocea^ '"*.'^Ivi'.Ue  provided by nature; to .vran^ort'^Ganr,. :;J?^a1o.::Lajk.e,  ada,*s expor t surplus "of A-fli e*^7! 7:a,7 ^9  Why not stop, that leajc of rnillioiiH  anc_ enhance the .entire ' TDiominioii'H  prosperity? !:r';. "!'-  Eycn'the .east:.i*3;Tcssehing:.-:>its;pr������--:  position to .Uie''"''"Hu&s^  shown by the Foil owing - paragi-tipli -iir  the Monetary-Times-':^  "The Hudson Bay scheme -may be  impracticable. ... It is at least premature. But most of the work is / done,  and this work is of practically no value-  : War  On   Crows   and   Gophers  ^       j-      .     .._.���������^   Alberta     Hatl     Gre-it-'-t     Success  Sodium   Sulphate  Deposits  in  ExtermiantioiA Carnpaign  t.'  Buying Lan^ For Scottish Settlers  buildings, killing many persons in th-e  pr*Jfce������.S-,      The incendiary bombs a* i'i  j start immense fires  which  cannot be  | put out, thereby destroying many more  'buildings- and wreeks of building-. *aiul  New      York       Company       Developing������killing    additional    members    of    th-������  Deposits  At  Dunkirk,  Sjtsk. '.population.      As to gases, _twpral avi  ll     is     under-.tood that r������-prcscnta- \ available wliicli can b; uscl separaU-  tives ot the industrial Waste Products ', ly ol. 5n combination.      Some oi tUom  of NeAA-  York liave been \  v: Albert a s .croSv,-'-magpie   nnd  gopher...  ,7      ,,. ' . **-      ,���������       i Coiporation  oi   JseAA-   vortv  nave  neexi ��������� ���������vp, r.,t������-i nfla-. fumnt-pil ������������-i-e*������nr   nt* tin-  destruction -campai-rn last year, cchps-   . . , ,   ���������        -ai,e 1'11-*' on^ nunuieu pel cent, oi im  j:-, ��������� ���������: /-: ���������"_'.- ...-*���������'��������� ���������: y.-*,-������������'x-   ... -,.-,-    i i invest igalrng. several -sodium sulphate 1 _*������_������������ ir tiir������\-   r^nn.-.   on   nit--  ntothin"  ed a similar drive: a*, hich cpA-ered Can-    ,-.     -..,,.. .Jt .      *lime .l*   liliy   lemain  on  me, ciouiiu,_.  , {?J3j,!^- s^u*s.      This ]at-'t^p0s?UK ^n ^a^HLchcvriiji with a-view | or s!t������n rQIiS enough to burn through  to development by the installation Ol  ter T*ompet ii urn was staged oy a pow-    , w ., ,  , - ��������� , 7,, ,.-.v -        - , I the new "--pray-dr.iing      process    lor  tier company ..with ���������$],{.,>* in jinzes, aim i   ,       .    , .... ���������   , .     ., .  .--���������j^.%^. i .    h rr-���������������>./��������� s chemicals, which is controlled by this  ���������j.-....... __.:     --,..,.      ;.. i,as it-result "of the--contest 57 ,(y26 crows: ,.   .      _,,_,. ,     .  i,.-'i'v :-A _.   'i. !_���������-__. ���������-   -������A ���������������������������������������������   ^x--';A'''':Axy^.y.:-j... ���������.^.x-::X; x-J':- ,, \   ' , \ firm.      11 is hla ted that a plant cover-  Block     of    Thirty    Thousa-n-d. .-Acres, disappeared,^ the    Canadian contribu- (. . . .     ,   ,,   ,    .   ,. - - -  -'-������������������������������������������������������        ���������    - [mg this process Avas installed at the  permanently.      *"_ull "others induce un-  and get into ihe blood -stream���������a period of a fv.-\v mimites. Others cau_"c  persons who come in contact -with  them to go blind, either temporary or  PurcHased in Alberta  Plans.for the-settlement-Of 3. SO-fam-  ���������tioiS;!being'"'2,235,;  p'aign. - the   latalifies   Avere   far  J lies  lantl  of British stock in one- block  of Ir,tu5it;i ous..      No less than M.U52 mag-  In tho Alberta cam-  salt  more . > , . ....  t which   resulted  m  increasing   produc-  norih  ot Yermillion,   havo   been i pies and eroA\^s  Avere kilted and  3 07 -1  unlessthc road    and y some:  terniinat. Kdxnontori: representative,- DavelCori-  facilitles are completed.,    The schehle :L.oyi ,vho has just-returned from atrip  may be-a piece of folly, but it Avoukt I Lo ^1,,^^^.     The'society- has "made  the purchase from  be a greater folly to leaA'e it as it is.  The opinion" of experts-as to Us A-alue  is divided, and can be settled only by  'practical test."���������^Moose Jaw Times.  completed, by  the Scottish.,1mmtgl-ant, 316 eggs avoic collected and destroyed, j  Aid  Society, it   is   announced   by   the      *Go������iheL* .extermination,, was  also  ef-'  fectiveTn AlTierta, 22O.9C.0 b. ing killed. Alberta's -.nize miiiii'j amounled  to ?2.$29. s . ?     '.  AA-orfcs    near    Dunkirk iast fall.  tion  from f.O to  50   tons  of salt daily  jand has reduced the annual C".\|>������*ndi-  a Belgian corporation, of some 30,000 acres of land which  is located in one block: and wiirbe tapped "by t he proposed extension of the  PhW-*---  isa"nts  In. Ontario     'i  ..-Pheasants-   have'-,  been    increasing  rapidly in 5*161*thern. Ontai'ioK and  tire  ture by approxitnalely $50,000.  consciousness  over  extended   period-*-,  or  insanity which is  usually temporary, but iti sonic cases permanent. To  *  be pure, methods of protection against  ; poison gases in -.eneral exist.    Masks,  if  used   by   avoII-trained   s-oldiers,  aie  A  Mew Buffalo Range  movement, has    been started  I fairly   adequate,    though   thej-   would  tt j riiior.u lio-.protects-. ������ aS"S'"s*t Lewisite.  Cazing Leases  Long   Term   Lease3   In   Saskatchewan  Covering   Lands  Not Suitable  For  Cultivation  By order in councllli(lat.ed the 7th of.  February,-X920, an addition AA'as mado  to   the   Dominion��������� ��������� grazing  regulations  Avhereby lhe minister of the interior1;  Is ^nthOrij-ed to issuotAvehly-onr^yenr j  griazhig-Jeaees ��������� qn}'..Vacrtrfit!; Dominion-|  lands*Jn the- province of .SasltatcheAvan  in dUtrlcts which are not suitable for  fai'mtng.   . The order^in  council  '������4h*<">  authorizes     the     issue    ol' ������������������; renewal!  twenty-one-" ear grazing leases" covering hinds no\y held under lonao in Sn.H-  katchewan In district** not suit able tyr  farming,  on  the  condition  thsit,  upoli  Inspection !������' rtn oIIlc-?r of the dep-aat-  nienf, the hinda aCPected ai-c*..i'ount^,1:0  be unfit for, ugrJcultui'iil tnu'pci't.e.s, itr'ul  ermncut to establish the proposed new  buffalo range* near that  city.     A'reserve-near Douglas-has been suggest-  CutknU'jj-White ford  Lake,  branch-   .ofi.now capubLi of taking care of them-1 *><1 "^ a mo*it suitalilo stamping ..round  the Canadian Pacific Railway on 'the! solves  Ovon in the    roughest-   winter   ^)rlUo biR her|l.s.     The matter will be  -ray lo the��������� Edmotiton termInuA.''           | weather,   according    to   a    statement 'tal*en  up Avith the autttorities ;tt Ot-  St!ttlem:-!nt' oil   the   land   will   begin j made in tho annual     report    of    the \ {i"yil 'it' an-'osuiy date. .  :  this   spring  and  Avork   in   pre������>ai*al ion   deputy minister of gam ry and fisheries,  for the new com n'.--  will start nH  soon. . . ���������..;...-���������  as  tlie hiioav lepvos.  Public  Shooting  Ground*!* Established  a..- !���������- _.- *.-.'    .��������� :..,..,>...u'..-.'- y  ' -;��������� -  Prairie Provinces Have Also Added -to  Bird Sanctuaries  By  recent orders Jn council, public  shooting ground ft jnive now beifii o������-  tabllshc'-il in the ln-oviticeH ol" !Manl-  tobn, SaHktitclimvan and Aiberlm".' In  jSJunltoba six distinct areas have been  act lyuitft;. in ���������.St.sUatcliijwutv. Involve,  and hi Alberta fji-irly-two. ��������� 'J'lia di(-  fet'.en.ie between Uie������nunibt"u of areiiH  set������������������[���������pai't in each province Is coni')>c>n-  , New Collefle For^ pdmontori  It is understood that, a, college foi*.,  all iintlonaHtieH AVilL-be-ei-eof ed at Kd-  monl'on by tho Catholic educational.  authorities. ... The CarheKhr Pounda-  tt6n, it Is stated, l^a������; promised .". 100,t  000 towards the cost, "which is estimated to ho $250,000.  Bran-Ion  to induce the Federal Cov- ] rained:.-from the sky. and. I here is no  safegua rd, against mustard and of hor.  -heavy gases ���������>������ th:e **ort AA-taieli collect  in cellars, sub ways, etc., except io  abandon any place drenched with the-ni  for a period which may be as long-a.-t  a tori night.~-"KeA\- Repuhlie.  . .    .. i     ^   __.���������_^.���������.,._���������..r^i;,.     .. ..   ^  Boom   in   Lumhering   Industry  Paying VisiA to Canada  Cnder    arraiiKi-inents    whirl.*   have  Conic.  been inado for    exchange    of   visits'  .... .   ., ,,     .-;,��������� ,       ,, ,.,    .      I sa led far, generally Hpenklng, by the  that...he ���������loMoailH.u Utal-8 the loaptt-^ Q[. t3lo,tlin.JlolT ln M*nl.  -itock-gra*.- '  hold  to lis  full ex lent, for  ing  piU'j.084"iH.w  B.C. Dairy Stock For China  A large Hhtpnieni. of liiiilt-th ���������Colnni*-  Ma dairy t-tock rec.enlly left Vh.loi-.la  for.Chl'iu,. This consisted of a, driuen  yilleli eoAvs* nnil three ptirn-iired hulls.  Included In the .th.-*in!a������J..' v.-rve l>n"r:*  pi di*.reed Y-iYkMblre h<ajini of lhitiHh  ['oltinibiu���������< .'.traclion nnd a pair ������ot  |k tllei-a t-il iiolulet* dogs. 7  "VloHiei* ��������� I-..nve you lAr**/_}eiice#h l.r-  it good boy  Son,��������� V������-h  cd:  -  ami you sun _nl..ljeliiivtii._:.,"  , .mother.     I  csiii't be "mII*-  \V.    N.    13.     I5C0'  ttbba 11ad . ;���������_ n .4 ka fcheivan, vysjj'ecU v v 1 y.  I F'.Teven new bird ftuiiolunric.-i for the  j protection of gaine birds during the  ���������jhrendtng Hea'flou lnn*e alHo been t-Hlnb-  11"shed hi Sas-Uatct.ewun. In addition'toil, one  already  st.L aside  I he re and' In  Allien a,  ��������� ".-...-1        .   -  Erect New O ream erics  Conlra'ctJH UtiA-e bi't-n h^t hy the f-aii-'  Crenmery   and Ice Ci;eatiii  tlie erection of Uvo new  f're'fl.nK-rleK, one ht Outlook    and    the  other at UroadvleAV, building  lo com-  Dietive'r' iin 'Honn  uh    Aveathei*    poi'jmllH,  Thin company already oavhh and oper-  -m+'K  <iv<t  n   tloy.eii   I'reiiinel'leH   In   lhe  ������.inii&ht'L*n portion of Ih;* province,  Third ih t-ist of Manufacturin<j  Industries in Canada  which were announced on behalf of the S There was a general increase in all  sanl tu.ry tidm nils'slim of'{'he "League of'phases of the lumbering industry 7of  .-!t;3r1lifrlp'tiH?* ten sanitation o/liclals from [ Canada during 192S. a������ compared wiih  various South American countries will]pie previous year, according to a re-.-  Visit Canada this spring or eiuly sum-��������� Ivor* issued by the Dominion bureau or  mor. ���������   . .-��������� . *; staiistics.      Tlie average,value of aJl  .j: ������������������'"������������������"-.'��������� ��������� -j ������������������    .". "__���������"-������!������������������ .������������������ss������������������=-- j ili������*> products  until, by-iwoducis of this  I indusuy in 1U2H amonnled to $l!*.it.-  : S.M.rtTT. as eomp-tred wiih -">U*,'*2-tir>N.a  I In 1922, uii increase of 22.1-per cent.  . In (his respect she lumbering indits-  t try comes third -on tlie liKt of ninnu-  \! factutltig indui-iries in Caiuidi. avjiIi  ]l������ulp and paper Industry-and flour iini,*  ;��������� Kii_-i mi IK"-' sitouk".  Asks Brief   Funeral  .A   itrc.iYi.fi-ui   thai   his   Hi Herat   sejn-  ices    at     the    ������*lniri*h ;������nd   the  grave  tihould itts-t tor only Jive and two tul-u-  uies   r������-.-pa'eiiv ely,  is   provided   lit   tte"  i nvkil oa  <a. M. Vereker, Salt.-ttitlln*. ICng-  j land.      He ted. live iioundK t<i a eh-no-  ' man to h^ Jhi������������ hi** Avi-*h avhs cairi-d  ' OU1.  1-ntcJu-Avnn  Company for  '  Whoa Mare^  .One hii'idretl and fifly CalgavlanH drawn from every Avalk of life an-  -"InivfTiMl with lhe miccchh of Ihe Jubilee, Exhibition and Situnpedo, eoni-  nia,������ioratIng Iho, TtOth anttlven.ai*y of tho nrrlv^l of th������! Mounted twice ai  Cnlgnry and the birth of the city which will bo held during the -.veei. ������>i  .fully ti to 31. That, (.UimpotloH at CaJBttry are not. exwcilj tU-.ul .aiiti ������5iv.-  affalri. may b������* gaihered from the pho*Jo*4_'aph reproduced, above Avhich wiih jjanaaay  tnl.eii  ilurln.v; the wild  borne  nice IiihI, yeia*. |������er.  Note  Ciro.il a tion  Its   Dowji  liominion  lioie.s in  cireuhiiiuii  dron-  t������ed  MppmxiimiUily" forty  millions, dur-  ! Ing  .limu-tr-.   while  gold   htM   rigjilut-t  ��������� ihe   iioiej-   vv.'������s'only  uboui   ������-i.*ln   inli-  | lions Ii-nj-, Seen lit I en alj*o held airaiiei  " tin'- liai'tt-a' v.-ere e)e>.'i-������v  uiiJJiiiie-  lt--.s <un  th;������u ut  the end o\ Decern-  gi^������g|gBI^^ **?>��������� --  '^Hm ciassTOK bevibw  OGILVIE Goods are dependable  Ml  For     .  fas in Chicken  Mouse  and  Cut Worms in ih  V'J  THE CRESTON BEVIE  Issued every Friday at Creaton. B.C.  Subscription : 92.50 a ye&v in advance.  $3.00 to U.S. -points.  " C. F..Ha_:e8. Editor and Owner.  use  n  u  in BOTTLES  45c. 25c.  *.  Jacksons  the Court at Creston for  said pur  pose. y a his \ matter8   however.,. *ia  -jitirely -in the hands of the -Judge;  NATURALIZED.  Revelstoke council is shaking hands  with it-self because the ratepayers have  voted to fcurjn over CValucnhTa bark to  the golf club to permit it to "enlarge its  course. . The club will pay taxes ' and  keep up the grounds. -..-*-  Bears are eating   the   female   trout"  held in eapativity in tlie stream pen at  f*%.... M Vka..a-.#^t_.  \S a a_.a* . ". v..*���������  ������ta_lr_   l>oti>hAr������r  devoured  fifty of them were  devoured   at  one *  sittinR 'oy a female bear and, her.cutis  1 one day last ^reek.y      7 y,  I ."_ '  *  Editor Review:.  Sib,���������With  the   prospect   of   a  Dominion election  in the very near  fiitui*������, there is considerable ������!s**uir"Dr  from residents   who are not .British j  subjects as to   what   must' be done,  in order   to   secure   naturalization  papers, which.carry   with them the4  riglst to get  on the   voters list and  vote.    Having gone   through   the  mill it may nob come  amiss to sub  mit tho information I have acquired  in   the matter   for the .guidance of  those who   may  wish   to,take  out  tlieir paperaS. "~~  HAVS6ABLE WATERS' PRGTEGTSQH ACT  R.S.C. Chapter 115.  __L*M     bllO    lliov        jpr*-*���������***^  i _~������anI-t_r-������������ rut*  a- fS*W*m _Xa*-������-������ ��������� ������ ������V  The Minister of Public "Works. Government  of British Columbia, hereby gives notice that  he has, tinder Section 7 of the said Act,  deposited -with the Minister of Public Works  at Ottawa, and in the office of the Registrar of  the jLand. Registry District of Nelson, at Nelson  a description of the site and the plan of a  Ferry, proposed to he built over the West Ann  of the Kootenay Lake adjoining Harrop "Wharf  about 14 miles east of 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 of Public __.,-,������_ _ racist carl rut  Works, Government of British Colombia, will KmB -nsie-hea ������"  under.Section 7 of the said Act, apply to the  Miidsterof Pnhtic'rVorkaat 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., this 4th day* of May,  1925.    W.  H. SUTHERLAND,  Minister of Public Works  Province of British Colnmbia  UANLO REGISTRY AGT  -*        Section MM.  IN THE MATTER OF LOTS 17, 18 and 19, in  Block 6 of Lot 521, Plan 851.  Proof havinir been filed in my Office of the.  Joes-of Certificates of Title Nos. 160GO-A and  IfiOsU-A to the above-mentioned lands in the  names of John William Baines, Thomas Baines  /the Elder) and Thomas Bajnes (the Younger).  and dated the 1st April and 16th April, 1912.  respectively, I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE of  ray intention at the espiratina cf one calendar  month from the first publication hereof to issue  to the said John William Baines. Thomas  Baines and Thomas Baines (Jr.) provisional  Certificates of Title in lieu of such lost Certificates. Any person having any information  -with reference to such lost Certificates of Title  is requested to communicate with the under-  sfgped.  Dated at the Land... Registry Office, Nelson,  B_C, this ISth day ot*.$3ay, 1325.  A_ W. IDIENS, Registrar.  Date of first publication May 22,1925.  GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT  Notice of Application for Beer  #_-rtr������t->������j*,i-������  Kotice is hereby siven that on or after tho  10th day of June next the undersigned Intends  to Apply to the Liquor Control Board for a  Hcaot-as&in respect of premises being part ot the  btrrffdiTtc to oc known as the Tourist Beer  Parlor, sitniM^d at Erickaon, B.C;. upon the  Bs_ds dcsitrfbo-1 as Lot 8, of! Lot 8S53, Group  One. Kootenay District. Kelson I^and Registration District, in the Prot-fne*-- of British Columbia, for the ������_ic of beer by the glass  or by  the  tion on the premls  open beetle for consumption on the premises.  "" ted this l������th day c        "  FREDERICK W  Dated this l������th day of May. 192JI.   #... SpgAKEB> Applicant  GOVERNUENT LIQUOR AGT  Notice of Application for Beer  License  Notice ia heroby given that on or after thu  2**th day of May nevt the undorslgned  Irstet-id*!  to apply to   the Liquor  Control  Board for a  IUsotiko In r������i  bnildlng- to  t-.tuated  at  FCtfcehenei*, B.C.,  noon  llacenne In respect of prenilw)* being part of tho  "      Inn known aw  tho **  " .    tj. i  dniscrlbed as Lot Ten In Block Eight, Town-ilto  Inn known aa  the Hnnsell Hotel,  the lands  of Kltehonoi*. Group One, Kootenaj*-Dtetrict,  .MelHon f^ind tieglHtnttton JJlHtrict, in the Province o. Hritln3i CtiluuibJJi., for the ualoof buek- by  the glasH or by the open bottle for donwirnptlon  n the prfl-nittex.  Dated thlB am. day of April, 102.'*.  JOE LAVAHtBY, Appllcant,  Li&M mnd ffaavy  SnOBS     MmWm&fWO  to |$jrdfb_r  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  connection  AWmWB mmmm-\Am^m--W ^^F ^^ttm^m   _^a&|^   mWmmm_   _^uju=_    PEm jflBf _j___T  m���������Wmm AQOV J^f^^^^^^S*__y __a^_������������������ ������������������y^P^ t^u A���������WL%W  jjEP������^S BS       MlMrir  mm LmW      \w&*\mwW*Mr *^L������tW wWr imr mm*  Shoe ami Home** Repairing  mustf show that, he has either  resided in His Majesty's Dt-minions  for a period of not less than " five  .years, or been in the service of the  Crown for not less than .five years  within the last eight years before  the application. This period of  residence before being permitted lo  apply for naturalizatioi -^was  arranged-after, negotiations were  carried on at different Imperial  Conferences; the Home Government and some of the other Doroiii  a peTir-jd of. five  years and the Canadian Government, for the purpose of. obtaining  the advantages w.hic-h' would be  given by Iinperiat ^Naturalization,  finally agreed to this residence  period.  Tlie procedure in obtaining  IJTaturatizacuMi is as follows: Att-*r  au alien has resided in His  Majesty's Dominions for five years',  as before mentioned, he can . then  apply for naturalization and in  doing, so iie must first present his  application to the Clerk of the  District or County. Court; this is  provided for by Section 20 f>f the  Act, which read as follows:  **Th"e application shall be  delivered at the office of the.  Clerk 'or other proper -officer of  the>Ct>urt, dttring office hours,  and such application shall be  posted by such Clerk or other  prciper officer in a conspicuous  place in his offi6e, continuously  IVr m, peincpd .of at -".least, three  months be-fore the amplication is  heard by the Court.1"  At the expiration of the said  three mouths, after said posting,  the applicant must appear before  the Jud-j-e of -*he said Court and  present his credentials and prove  to the satisfaction of the Judge  that he is a fit and proper person  to become naturalized, aftei-gpivhioh,  it is the duty of the Judge, or the  Clerk of th������ Court, to forward the  papers to the, office of tht-Secretary  of State, Ottawa; and upon due  entpiiry into tlio character and  reputation off the applicant tho  State Department decides whether  or not naturalization will be  granted. In ordinary cases this  does not take very much time, but  in others I hope is some delay owing  to the fact 'that the Department  finds ifc necessary to make very  careful enquiry into the matter.  Any person who desires to apply  for naturalisation can get an  application form from the Court at  ������**.ekon. or caii fiend direct to tlio  I>-pi*rirm*iib of the Beoratary oi  Stale, Ottawa/ and the same will  l������������ forwarded to hirn.l  f do not think thf> afiidgeis bound  to go outside of hie regular plaoe  for holding hiw Court, but where  there are a number of applioatioim  to bo heard it would ������������<* quite poH*i  iVtlo that *������oim������ iirr>ing--m-������nt, might  he ntariti tt> liohl a spooial H6������������ion of  Children's,   Misses'*,--L-ad|es  ,- Boys'  and  Men's  See the latest in Crepe Soles;   Colors:  and White.     Canvas uppers.  5*1  'SI  1  ,ftS  R  rown.  * * .' - '        .,...-. ������  Window Screens and Scr-afeii Doors-���������all sizeSt,  Wire Netting, 14-inch meshf Galvanised and Black.  'iSEE'US  FOR FISHING EQUIPMENT^  Fresh   Fruits  and  Vegetables' in  Season  Dry Baods  m^J?mVmVSWmVWSmV%/B  ^^/iPdrnf'mkii^  r r   %y%^mVW9/K%yi  ** rf������a"-     .        ���������.  buy  S  for  \. -  tn  m     Wsm  ���������"'_r_"_r:  ���������    iJ9m*4^    iW    40^*.  l_a****la"-   .  M-'mT       J** &'������*������*    ' S        ESZ^^f���������?I2G*f2������LPmV>      "' '   ff*������  S mmfmKm\fm\'A/m\^m    ^^tSf9 ^  \vvSt^y   ju>iuat/piSs   ...jLfituumvf&j.  ffiw  CRES  E COMPANY  LIMITED  ������aau������iiw**aiaiit������������aaa������iaiia������������������Bia������������������������a������������a������iaii  MH  ������ UM _M _____ -R.  ���������FOR VAOATIOJ.   TRAVEL  ...in nn,- iii,  ii,, ml    n  ..   ���������m m  ii.,,  ������,i .....nil.     ��������� ��������� ���������    i. 11 i. umiii mini ii.hiii i    mi  .im ��������� WM^^^^, ,m . ��������� ,  '    -;| "    ' "'"*'' "**"���������'��������� " ' V*'"1-"'-' ���������'*' - "'"���������'������������������"-"���������"- ���������-'���������������������������- ������������������-'������������������    ��������� ' ' ���������'  '���������   -  .!-���������-.-..I--..-.-IJ��������� -.--<- "J1 ���������:. ... .-������������������ i-j: i. .~a-?-'-'T' ��������� _jjps-r_.-:', .'- ���������:.:.    ^-..:...|_ J.  ���������     ."'  ���������"'���������    i. ' ' '''I - "������������������'... .-��������� ���������'.'       ' ���������*',.,.- ...  !     dn^ioBftlly^Mti-yWtoBoptaO" OnSalo*DaUjr--Maya_!toBopt, 80       ;        4\      On Sale r><My-~Mixy 82 to 8opt.ao  IPBaCiiic C<0ci.st     .        Ecictcr^i Cci_icidci Llsxs.$cd' Sts������&.c&  CRESTONto- CRESTON to C&ESTONto-  Vancouvmr. ���������.._. $37. GO                      Toronto  $UO.GS Mitmeapoll* or St. Paul.. $69.30  Victoria     St.'SO - Ottawa V..J.    JSS.StO Chicaao.:.......^.. ;..   93.20  ' ZUutttm    37,60 Montreal...~~     129.S8 _. New York   144.60  ���������    ��������� '     '    :.<9 ������������������'**'���������,             .    ��������� ���������  ^I-^OF������OI^rriOK_VTli3   F'A.MBJS  TO -OTJHISI^   POINTS  Ohoire of Three Train* Dully, inchi-lln*** .    "  *l"I.-iIU Ti<AiSiS-CJ A NAi>A j_IIv_x,jr__I>  Fart t*a LstMe AU Sleeping Cav Train fFirmt Train Mny IB)  Fall Information and Utcratare from ary* Aff0itt of th$ "CANADIAN PACIFIC"   ������"*������^������������ S-^.* "������ ������������_'S afl S ���������<  ANAD1AN  U  Mgfi������__B-������raSffl _������__!!___=  ��������� .  70  the-  {_*i*V*-  *���������' C5. O. Bennett has not been lk>ng-<at  yJBernie before-getting back into^oni-  - munity work. -> According tn ihe last  , issue of. the   Free   Press   the "Roatry  I- _  -war *" vrr>    -arT r^a "bt������ ttn.    *->��������� * T&C-i  Xi__i>i XJ     UOXVji/    V/X2t_XXO.  Csairages at Creston and Kitchener  with a full line of Gar Parts and Accessories,  BM-iih il.-* C  C;TfM|"f   ***  E.*_5!* BEViN; Prop.  ^"61 A"fnl   ���������*3affJ_I\n,ta.B-  Exclusive Ford Dealer  i  r  The J  i  JL 1"  Chevrolet is finished  in   the   haw DuPont  Duco-r-the   finish   that  imppoves with  age.  Club have .placed hine  at th'e head of j  their  --peinie  TSeautifuS***   c-m-ralfciee,.  which has-$150To handle as prizes for j  the best kept lawns and garde nt*. \  -'Die. - McRLenzie ' of Nelson was a  visitor here on Thursday last, having  charge of the inquest Into the death of  the fate J-imes Maxwell, with "H. S.  McCreath" offlei tttin g as foreman of the  jury. .After*inokang the ground over  and hearing seyer.il "Witrie-ss.es ������ verdict  of accidental death was brought in.  Poriheir June meeting on Friday.  S2th, the Women's Institute will lie  favored *n-ith-- .an address by .-Mrs.  LiHRhleyHaH of .Trail, who enjoys the  reputation of being on*- .jof the best  Institute speakers in the Kootenay*..  We understand the meeting wiH.be ������n  open one and all the ladies are invited.  Those taking part in the costume  parade*-on Saturday are-asked to he at  the Chautauqua tent at i.4.">, as it is  desired to start the profession - ft  prompt at"2 p m., so that the judging  can be completed and _ Kelly's free ice  creiiii cones secured before th*- afternoon programme which commences -it  S nVti-cte       ***""  Fred Smith   has    jnst   about   com-  pleted -   ������������������-*-   improvements    oh s the  ���������'v ioant acreage next his   ranch, which  will he used for an   auto tourist, camp  site this year.    He is putting in a fully  equipped cook house, and there-will be  a, .splendid water supply.    The  spot-.is  ������ti     ideal     one _ and   will     doubtless,  attract its full quota of campers.  Keep   the   J3aby  Chicks. Growing with  Purity Chick   Feed and Milk  Mash  a. * "  then  Growing  Mash and  Developer  will see thern through V  FLOUR and BREA.KFAST F���������*OBS  Qgilvis's Cedf Meal  Lmmeed Meal and Q������������ Cake Meal k  t  I  ���������  I  1  i  SPOT CASH for STRAWBEKl-aiia  CHEVROLET MOTOR CABS AND  TRUCKS  43EWTS  M ciaAUGHLIN-BU-cClt  "    *; 7 -y_- OARS  Card of Thanks  __B  The C.P.R- ts'tilaiiuing ti? hew reeord  for quick freight transput tation, witb  a showing of eleven ctavs for a car of  autos fr-itti ���������_ Toronto, Ontario, to  KeiowriH.  r-fiARE ANr*;c6LTi:,sTRAY  Mrs^'"'"Maxwell and family take" thiK  means of expressing their- very deep  -���������app'it-ri-t-tios-r of the sympathy and  kindness-e** shown them in their recent  lierea vemetrt-.  There is no uncertainty as to what you will get for your  Strawberries when you sell them here���������we prefer to Pay Spot  Cash for thkm at time of delixery.  By selling direct to the retailers we ������_et the top price, and  pass it along to you. " "-  Already we are getting' numerous enquiries from our  customers and would like tir know how many crates you are  likely to be able to supply na thia season.  Our 1924 Strawberry prices were the highest in B.O., and  onr payments the promptest. We are in a position to do just as  well this year., ahd can place all the Berries we can get.  Please let us know at once how nutny crate-Tyon expect to  have for us.  .SYNOPSIS OF.  LMJUTWNnP  Strayed from the ranch on or"about  April 22nd, mare and "ii on������* yea'r old  ��������������������������� Iter- Mare is aylfay, weig-hs- about  13Q0 {sounds, 11 -ye_M-������* old, hind feet  -.white.- Brands: * "Lef t. hip, M>; left  "{shoulder, TS; right shouldet* O.I. Colt/  has same marks, but no ih-ands.  JJc it h ha ve hilt e.rs. Rewnrd. J ACK  BARRAGLUGH (Alice Siding), Ores-  ton.  Creston Valley Produce .Gouipauy  A*LF. V-ELSON, NSaas^r  PRE-EMPTIONS  Vacant, unreserved. " surveyed  crownlas." steay b# ore-empted by  British subjects ov������r 18 years, of age,  and toy aliens on declaring Intention  to become British subjects, conditional noon residence, oocupation,  and improvement' Cor agricultural  purpose?,  _*ull information concerning regu-  ations regarding pre-emptions is  given In Bulletin No. 1, Land Series.  "How to Pre-empt I*and,'' copies, of  which can be obtain������- f res of charge  by addressing the "Department of -  .Lands, Victoria, B.C. or to any Oov-  e:nm������nt Agent.  Heoords  win  be  granted   covsrins  unly  land suitable   tor    agricultural  "purposes, and whloli ia not  tlinber-  ^lana,  Le.,  carrylmr over 6,000  board  .. feet jper .acre west ot the Coast Ranee  and  8,000 feet per acre east oi that  Range.  Applications for pre-emptions are  . .  be  addressed to the. "Land  Commissioner of the "Land Recording "Division, In whl-.h the land applied for  is situated, and are made on printed,  forma.-- copies of which can be Ob-:  t allied from the *Gaud Commissioner.  Pre-emptlona must be occupied for  Civ* years and Improvements  made  U*  value  of  |10  per acre,  including  clearing and cultivating-at least live  acres, before a Crown Grant can be  ������������������'reeeivedy-.'"'. '���������- -������������������:.'���������,,;.'-;"  For more detailed Information aoe  the Bulletin '"How to Pre-empt  a_and7*  .-.=  O       PURCHASE n  Applications are received for- pur  chase of. vacant and unreserved  Crown lands, not being tlmtoerland,  for agricultural purposes; m.ntmum  price of f trflt-olnas <arable) land lo ->B  per aero, ana second- olaao (gracing)  land ffl.KO per., aero. Further inf or ���������  motion regarding purchase or leaa������  of Crown lands is given, in Bulletin  No. 10. X*uad Berlea, ���������'Purcbase and  Louao of Crown Luna .."  A. Mill, factory, or Industrial sites, on  timber land, not exceeding 40 acre*,  may bo pbrchaaed or leased, tho con-  dltioxiB Including payment ol  "   stump&ge. ''*.: ~:  HOMFftlTE   LEASES   ''-'  U-nsurveyed areas, not exceeding 20 .  acres, may be loosed as homcsltea,  conditional upon a dwelling bolnn  erectod in the first year, title being  "- obtainable after reudonco and lm-  iprovemont oo-aoillon- arc fulfUlec!  ;and land has been surveyed.  ���������    ���������'���������"_'''���������;'���������   LEA8EQ  I"*or erasing and   lnduotrial    pur-  's-o*"-.-} areRS! wet' <s>~*M������������,*'lln*f <"40  acr������������  may be leaaett by one peraon  or  *  cftmoany.  QRAZINO  . Under the -raxing Ajit the Prov.  lnea la divided into gmrtn-c district  and the range administered under ���������*>  Qmalng Commls-iloner. Annual  Rraalng permlta are lasued based en  numbers ranged, priority bolpg given  to o-tubiltiuou o'������i������aoi,������. Sto-*5:-c*sr-S������re  "*������*���������   f*������ihm     MMamnlittlntriiai      <tr*r      r������--������������r-������  m^nageiAaaiit. Free, or partially free,  urn ml to are available for -tettlens.  tampera and *<mv������-"l������r-������, up to t#ga  head.  Local anjd Personal  Th ��������� eve in* of Thm sd.iy, Jnne'25i h,  hri������ been appi*������ipi*i>lted by the Prea-hy-  ier an Lttidit-s" Aid for their usual" ic������-  cream and strawberry festival. ��������� -   -.   *  O. B. Twiy*'*;, loral provincial horti  |cultnri8tf hun jnst l>een pw������v*ded with  a Ford c.'ir by the department ul  "Victoiia, which enables htt������ to cover  the Valley onich more expeditions-ly.  Ii is a 1025 model touring from the  Bevan garage.  If itchener will be-here for an other  baseball game at Exhibition Park on  Sunday afternoon at 2-30. The team  has ;-been7strengthened considerably  and the visitors are ju-*t. abaant in'  aliupe now to win against. Oveston, so  u real game may he looked fc������r. '  A Viig iiiiproveiiient is being nmde'to  the.Preasbyterian inabKe which is being  aided upland;  verandah   HCreeoei"!   fin.  When it getn a  new dre->s of paint it  will certainly make m -great   iin;-iove-  . ment in the appearance of the re-udeii-  ! tint section at the wet-t cud of Canyon  " eti-eet. ; y  ��������� ��������� ���������  At the Victoria, Day sports'at.Crnn-  *b'*ook <in M onda y J i mti iy Lock head  lauded first money in the feature open  running t-a������*e with hit. galloper. Fir^t  Principal, In the :f<������otrncing G."*-M.  Ai-true led the field! hi the KM) y������irilH  dat-h. for which liti wiiB! awa������*d*"d a gold  ���������    a���������_���������*.    ..   ^   .������������������< . ..'.'���������. ,   *"  m dal.  Thet:<Tw-i-l be.ntv showing of pictures  ���������it the Griind y on Qattirday" nigh',  Manager Rodgers uilhdruwing the  flint that night to give a frtni Held to  Ohautttiiquu, which sh'-'ihld awHiire a  tent full to hear tho ZigatiOs and Jui'MO  B tie, who upeakt-oii 'fThe Ftairth Liie  of Defence."  J������din Oartmel, registrar of voters for  Creaton riding, win* hero from "Nelwin  on -Tuesday holding a final court of  revlHion of the provln-titl voters liat^  anij during hit* stay put on eight net>/  names, six of whom wen' ladles. At ������  > *-.������o1ltti* court at, Nelaoit on the 18th two  names were added.  Since the  downpour  on   Thursday  last ideal grow'ng   weather  h,IH   Pn?"  vuiled and all field crop-y puitU-idaily,  ehow   'the    bcnelll    of    the ' soaker.  ( Orchardists declare that  the season ho  5 fur has been the bi'Ht ever encountered  \ In many of the orchardw lhe trees have  already dcvt'lnpcd as . nuicti growth hn  if-  iifiiially   the   case   for   ahnnt_t   tht*  win tie year In pn������t t-cii-toriH.  Mr- Youill of Pentieton  has opened  agarage at Greenwood. -  The stone fruit in 'the Okanagan is |  g >ing to bt> very light this year.-���������  - The fernie boxpitai has eighteen  p-tiehts already. It only reopened  ���������iii"'Mai'y" 1st. A'A: . -    - -"'   "  ~ Weekly Saturday night dunces sit  the Oddfellows* Hall are features of  -���������������cis*4jife al Kimberiey.  Paid-up life insiu-ance policies are-  being offered hr uperial prizes at the  C������*anbt'o<ik fairfair this ye������ir.  One day last--week liquor, prosecutions brought 51800 of revenue to the  t -wn of Trail liy way of fines.  The Vernon News claiaus to have  .ilrendy seen soine .stalks of this year's  grain that measure 57 inches.  At   Grand Forks    the   youths   and  girls are acruaed of fining considerable I  stealing fro-u-flnwei  gardens.  The Knights of7Pythias at Crahbrook are enlarging..'the lodge roOjiu in  that city by ah'addition _*. x 18 feet.  i\ Fa Kidand: and! associtites are  putting in an ice making plant at  Vernon with acapjicily of 9000 tons a  -lay. . .^ .?    '" ���������  '"  At Greenwood strangers and new-  e.omer-- are jillinyed-the UH** of the new  golf course at. a charge of 23 emits a  gatne,   ...        .'-r:7y:.-7:,���������";'���������,:--7 -  It coHt. Mrs. George Rnrlavhuk of  Trail $111.60 in-fine and costs for spitting iri the face of her neighbor, MiW  "H*������yu*ard.   ' | '"  Movie Is eacpeclihg t<)i He eleeti-io  lighted very shor^lv from .electricity  from the ptiuev plant ut'either Bull  River, or Kiln*.  You  Travel  iSfvi  43. W. ALLAN,  Are you going abroad this ye&r?  If so, we suggest you carry a Letter  o������ Credit.' It is the most satisfactory  method of providing your needs In  foreign currencies;   It acts as an introduction to bankers in all parts oi  the -world, and then, your funds are  drawn fr-om-yo^ o;wii Bank only as  yau~ draw on the Letter ol Credit, &  tRIAJL   BaAJNfjfC  OP CAM!AJ___  OUBSTON BRANCH,  - ��������� ��������� -Manager.  lie Best W^ay  DON*T risk loss by etjTu_k>slcig ctwfe  is. yowr letters.  You Will find the  Moaey Orde-ra issued cry due _ktiak s  ���������afe and convenl-cnt way of payieis  -four out^yf.tanmz. Wmcoouotn.^  Onr Ta-ahw eamlasoo __e_-"w_i-jo-at ������Selay at tii&a.  .0 coat aa Boat Office ������r TbKgwmm Ottlutm.  Vm WHIaOOMR TOUR BUSHSB08 m*  OF COMMERCE  Copit-l Paid Up $20,006,000  Rcactrve Fond $20,000,0-00  - ���������       _>. T. Scrimgcour, Manager  Creston Branch  Only six students have signed tip. to  take the fourth year bhth school work  at Cranbrook, and the undurtaking  will be dropped. 7  At the provincial voters' list court of  1  revision on the 18ih  about 000 names j  were added ahd 000 n a met. were m truck  off at Cranbrook. '  Manager Pratt of the Nakusp hotel  has Just purchased a Dodgo cat and  according to the News It is the beat  auto in the ttiwn,v  Nuinhered an>ongstthe UOOo inhab-  Itants at Khnberley is -.aid to be at  leant one native of ahuoHt every  country in the world.  Rossland school trustees arc wondering whether they will have to t-tand  suit for damages bvenus**' they com  polled parents-tn have ihelr children  yacy"iiai.e������3. "w*.������i,v,a.������.aJ.k/,a 5a s.pt_nn;*t.'  according to the provincial authorit-  "left.  P BURNS _ CO  MEAT MERCHANTS  irair OUR  shAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economical dish, easy to serve.  Shamrock Brand HAM. BACON ana LARD  :     ' GJLENBALE CREiAMSRY SUTTER "  "Government graded, highest quality.  *    FRESH and CURED FISH  nil -**arieti������*������.  Choicest BEEP, .PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  MjRNS' IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  Increases egg production and iH-a-juM-.w !U-S*u r ur.uttry.    B*i������-*",i"-������* 1-^*  if"  S____j_������_  ESS  --.-;..������.. m>������*#*fi:-r -r  d_U____i  ES  ,   .������#S*iiv^(^  'A,,;.:. ii. :';X:^'^-:ff w^W* \ .  THE   BEValEWL   CRESTON.   B.   C.  X  7.  /  ':xAyj:jXA-:--A-V<3'V*A������AAJx:;.,;X  |iS'7lN'i>.I^:ESTI^NV:-v7������;  t^^^E^vM^*' ":;V" ���������-  ti  Grain Inquiry Cost  The total cost -of tlie royal -grain  enquiry commission Avas ������170,610. This.  information was given to Hon. R. J.  Manion, Conservative, Fort "William,  in the House-on Commons, by Hon. T.  A. X.oav, minister of trade and com.-'  mpree. Fees nnd living allowance  paid to counsel of Lhe comiiiirisioc.-to-  lal'ed $14,832. Of tlii > umoum*N. Sr300  was   paid lo JD'Arey Seou,   ?1S,377 to  j S. J*. Woods, ana  Fisher. ,  >5     lo    J.     F.  -\ ������f J^pniance qf the SpanishJflfa itt v  RAFAEL SABATINI  a  INECTO KAFIR  ' The  -worlct's * bejst   bah*   tint-.   ,.  "Will  restore' sr_y  hair  to   It-Ana tural   color   in   15  -minutes.    ���������'  Small    Size   $3.30   by   mail  Double Size ?5.50   by   mrfil  The W. T. Pember Stores Limited  l'ltoiie* M!. 2_74-5        129 Vonge- St..  TORONTO,  ONTARIO  I  CopyngiiK-cf, 1922. by KutAr.Sn.ia-.iti  "'CAPTAIN BLOOD." & Vitajraph picture v,itli J.  Warren K*rr=g������%  in lite tit!������ rol#, is an adaptation of thi* 'hrillcD-c Bovti.    ���������  SYNOPSIS  land or ol" France  I hat loom* d above    1 hiri horizon.      This i"lu.*_rrio_is sea-cap-  Peter B]oo<l, a young Irish phy.si- lain and luteal -*-*-'Jiil-'-_fi.H of Castik*  clan, Avho had been wrongfully con-i ]lut- iosL ]3is ]1Paa. Ami .so." reckles-f-  detained as a slave" to the Ilarbadoes | f h f < Ul:il <jap|aiii Blood was now  under King James, tails in love   .vithi. .  Arabella, ni.ee of Hie military coin-| ��������������� va-ily superior .siren;.! It. the fepan-  niander, at Bridgetown. He le-ids , hud .sought him ie* and down the  his fellow rebels-convict in an attack j i,;iCk).>,_ ne.-_s. Jhu lor a whole-, v<i*ir  on a .Spanish ship which had laid th������ ; llc  H011Irjlt Mm  vainly.       The eireum-  ciiy low and captures it.- rie saJI.s  for Tortuga, the rendezvous of ihe pirates ol" the Spanish Main. 11������ accepts command of a buccaneer Peel,  with JL.e-va-j-'-eur, a Frenchman, and his  ship, under him. "Madelon d'O^roi*.  daughter of the friendly l>uieh gove-  i-or ol! Tortuga, is t'asciiial f -ti hy Lt'Vii->,  seur. Levasseur .breaks -faith wiih * couth*  Blood  aud   captures   a  Dutch" "brig   ot:  suritjltt  him  vainly.  ^atltai' .'������    in    ttLirs ti   a.-\ ������-i_t i_eLia.\     lilt-.-.     HfUt  are *. or.   euriotu-.  On th'" I "it It Kt'iitemlji r of Lhe Vear  K.SS-- a ju ��������� j.or-.hh. year in the annals  of Ji'igkuut- flirt* e .ships wore afloat  upon Ui" ("ariliLtJ-n," whieh in l.h*--ir  conjunct ion-- mi*.' 1o work  on5   tin-*   fori.Line**   of several  persons.  which   is   Madelon   and    her   brothel .-    _     ,    . , ._,...  Blood lands ar. the island where l.e-j ��������� 1*������' *������**��������� oi rlie.se \v.-r, ' apiam Bioou s  vasseur<pi-oposes to held the girl as j flagship the Arabella, which, liad b.eei.  hostage for ransom. Captain Blood j si.p.train.! from the buccaneer ileet in  pays the ransom. T.-vasseur draws' Uu3.rif.any offi tho JiOf5F0V .Antilles.  and Captain Blood runs htm. through.! ,      :.--.-,���������.   .  Caliusac.' his aide, .enlist* with  Blood. j"&������?*c "V"*8**"1 boiums m> loi* Uio Y\mdward  'wlio makes "Madelon. and h������;r brother j ri\.ssage -homing' A~ov  Tortuga, tkc'iia'-  his .guests on board his ship.  tural r<:-:i.'I*-/v<>u*-. ol* L!i-_ dispersed v'es-  isels.      Th--* second "ship was'.tlie great  \ Spanish galleou,'. the Milagi-osa, which,  accompanied . h-y   the . smaller    frigate  ���������the  north  of th������.  long peninsula thai! i  CHAPTER   XVI.  The Milagro^a *  In  Tqrtuga, .during, ihe   uionlhs  !si)en. ihere reJitting the ihr*  had captured from  th--.  gone Out to destroy him, he Iduiul himself almost an object ol! worship iii^ie  Vyes    of    the    wild - Brethren of!  the  Coast, aii ot whom now clamored "r������_-. E**S*.-nr mah-ol-war. ilu  turn "being now at haiid, a passage -was  sought for her aboard the Boyal Mary,  and-ina������view ol; ber uncle's rank and  -position, promptly stccortlod.  Lord Julian hailed her advent with  satisfaclion^ His T.ordsbip was one  of your gallants to whom .existence  that is noi grace-d bv womankind is  more or. less  of a  stagnation.      And  - ��������� | -a., .- '  Misjs Arabella Bishop was a young woman and a-lady; antl in the latitude  into which Lord Julian had strayed  Ibis was a phenomenon ���������.ulliciently  rarc to command attention. On.'his  side, Willi "liis tille and position, his  personal grace, and the charm of a  practised courtier, he bore* about him  the atmosphere .of the groat world'in  which noi'mally he had his being���������a  world that waslitDo more than a name  to"he-;, who had ..p**n( most of her  life in the Antilles. It is not therefore wondei*ful thai .Ihey should have  been attracted to each other b<_1Jpre ���������  the Royal Mary was warped out of SI', j  Nicholas. 3<.ach could tell the other  much npoii which lhe oilier desired information.^ Considering how his mind  >yas.;obsessed witlr the business of his  mission, it is not wonderi'ul that lie  should li'ivc come to talk io Inn. of  Captain Blood.: Indeed, there avas a.  circumstance-'..that: directly led to it.  "i wonder, now," he said, as they  "were sauiiLerjiig on the poop, "if you  ever saw ibis fellow Blood, who was  at ono tiny, -h'your uneb's plantations  ���������"The same. You didn't "know-?"  She shoolr-hei- head without replying. ^After,a moment she spoke, her  voice steady and'perfectly'controlled.  "But surely, if this were true, there  would have been an end to his piracy  by now.,' If"he \ . . if "lie loved a'  Vb-fian and*"was betrothed, asid was so  rich as 5011 say ."surely ho would havo  abandoned    tliis    desperate    life,    and  "Wliy, so I thought,"' his lordship  interrupted,.;���������utuil T had the explanation. D'Ogeron is avaricious for himself and fo< his child. " Aud as foi  tho girl, I'm told she's a wild piece,  fit mate for such a raVn as Blood: Almost I marvel that he doesn't marry  her and lake her aroving with him. It  would be no new "experience for her.  And I marvel:, too, at Blopd's patience.  Ho killed,a.man fo win her."  "V     aiJita.*u     <l      lUalU      ".Ul      _1C.I,      UO     ,\ ������lt������  say?"  . .There was horror iiow\__i her  voice.   '  ���������"Yes���������a Frt'-nch buccaneer named  ���������Levasseur. lie w-as the girl's lover  and Blood's associate on a*jce.lii'JCfia  Blood coveted the cirlj itnd lrfli_aa~.__te-  . -"J-1"*���������'���������'���������-���������     ���������"'^a-'.#a.������.M������u..       lA."~ "''* *"    "  vasseur to-.win. iiefe-v^-jPaJ^lT.-. *Tt>y an"  unsa**eury "tale, I ow-flc : -'But. meja" liy^e  by different codes o'tiC *ltt'''these..^ar'^  ....  *������������������ -���������     ~ ���������������������������������  (To be continued)  "^s-fg/oi* _9i/__>jr-fir_Wj0i#?/ * ".  'XHavtdsr- enccura&e ihe    ���������?  children to care Jfbr their teetkf-  Givc   them.   Wrigley _. .  It  removes f&aJi marriciss .  from the teeth. Sliengthens  thc   ������__uns.  Camb&ts fLacid.  mauih. _ -  Hefreshitt-^ and beneficial f *  TIGHT  SUG222  '.A -^~p/" \ "The Masculine  *���������_ "Oeorj?o_ -is"   there  anything  in  life  .  but--iove ?���������"���������'-���������  -���������������'  "Xothing    in    all   ythe wide, -wide  world���������where's dltiner?"  *- 1 11    1    ������iii 1 ������������������uaiiniiMia������������������������������������aiaa.MaMii������Ma���������aaaai ������������������  OUR CROSSWORD PUZZLE  jlf. \ Tlidalgu.'jurlu'd   o'l!   iho   Caym.ites,   iol^j. a sjave.'^  "V. saw   ?iim   ofi en  lYe   tlon'l  the honor of--serving under him.  placed   liim   in   the. .-rare   position   of j  being    able    to    pick and   chotisi* -Jiel  crew-s I'ov hi.s augm.'niei! ih-t:t, ami ho'  chose  fas-1.idioitsly.       When     next:     he  -'sailed away ii was with a j'k-t.t oi' iiyt*  Jjne   shijis   in   which   wi-nt.   som'.'iliing  over a thousand m*-n.      'flnr- ymi he-  hphl him not nif-reiy fa 111 mis. bm r*-*-l-  tj- formidahle.       Thrt" capsun-d Spanish   vessels   h*-   htnl   renamed   Avii.IT- a  certain scholarly  humor    'ih'���������    Cloiho,  Laehesis am;  Atropos, a grimly jocu-  lar manner of -conveying to the -voi-ld  that hi* .made 1h������-m ih������? al'hii.ers <tf lhe  1-11.������- of any Siianiards In- should iii/nci*--  forth encoumer upon  f lit/ si-its.  And meaiiwliila- the Spanish Admiral, Don Mi.: lie I de Kspinosa, went raging up aud down the Caribbean set.k-  in'x his ent my, and in ihe meantime.  as an hors d'ot-uviv to his viitdictiv-j  :ipit'"iif<". he fell, lipon any ship of Kug-  ships he .  fleet  ihut nad^^'^Ls out irouathv southwest corner j wrv. wp]]  - of llispit'iiola.      Abo-'3*i| ,the. Milagrosa j  sa31ed������*the vindJcliTv* 3:>on. '-Miguel.- The ]  third; and las': of these  ships  was-an.  Jtoval Mary;-  jj.J which   was   at, anchor hi the French  "port of St. Nicholas on \he iiorthAyest-  coast ofllispanioJa.      She avus-ou her  w*.r-jr  from-.BJ.ytiioui.il   10 .lamaica,  and  hatanl  a vr-i-y  diiUlnguishc-cl  I   knew   him  ! carried on  { passenger in ih-.  pei\.oii ol.'X.ord Julian  XV tide, who came charged by'his kins-,  man, rny T.ord Sunderland, AviLh a mission ol! some eonseoueneo and delicacy, directly arising out. ol! that vexatious c-o3-i*fS])timli:-iice''*b<*i ween Kngland  and Spain.  To satisfy Kihg James's anxiety to  conciliate   .Spain,   and  ill  response   Lo  the    Spanish   Ambassador'"'-'    constant  I gi-i-.*\iotis expostulations, iny Lord Sun-  {derlam.,   the   Secrl'tary  oi"-State,   had  appointed a strong man lo the -unpuly-  go-r.ern<irship of .lam a icy.1   This strong  man avus ihat'Colomi 13"shop civlio for  some ya-ar.. now'had -beosi th.e most jn-  lluential pla-nter ip BarlKploes.      From  his  fii'1-1   c,- niing  to  Jamaica.  Colonel  .Bishop  had   ri'iadi--   hiinself- felt  by  1hcr  say!" and came to lean  beside her. "And A\'ha.t manner of  man did you find him ?"  "In  those djiys I  ester-mod  him   for  ah! imforlui ate gentleman."' "  ONTARIO WOMAN  REGAINS HEALTH  Wants Other Worn en to Know  About Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound  pound 1 fei tweak and  miserable, and had  painnall through me.  J wan. 1 ivin j,' in Ailsa  Craif������ at the fimcand  one day afriendcame  in and told me her* experience nf uyiri'- the  V ege tah 1 rs t'om-  pound and adviKcd  me to take, a bottle,  which i limiUy did.  J" b e *. a n t o' >* a t  sU-i-m-xer and thtn;c  paina InJI: me. I nm %hul I fmmd out:  about this medicine ua I think there \������  Jitjijt-- r*t|n;tt to il- f-������r 'Vaiiuon who iiavc  trouhles of thiH kiml, I cannot proiHc  lhe \'i)-jfi!tah!e (."otuiMajtid l.������*o highly for  the ������01 id it has done me, Whenever t  jenow ttt' a Avornnn ,*-ufl"������'riritf i am rtlad  tu '.oil liei- oi it, '.'���������_-.Viva, '.V.-.j. i.;ii������.-.CJALi.,  I.'.IT. Nn. 1, "XTfuinf. F.'!;r.-ilr Ontario-.  Women throiiftiiotit the I)*t������������i5rii/in ar<i  'iriding health in Bydia 1*1. I'ink ham *j-  V'i'(.'otable C<unpoun'l.  1 buecaiu'ei-j  Bui  do  what he  might,  the ohi* buccaneer whojn he made hi.s  'particular quarry���������tli-it    i.V1er    3*Iood  who once had  been   hi.s slave���������eluded * Lord  liim ever.      Be confessed, .as much in j  a letter io the S< ���������:*i'eliu*y of State.     My  T_ord Hiunb-rland l>el.3iou*flit; him of the  plan   mini.ted   -.villi   Morgan,  who  had  b'-en   eiilisl-ul  inlo  I he   l.tng',s  service  ttiub*)" t'lia'-h-H II.      I if occurred to him  thai   a   siiiilhir  cour.-t-  niight   he  slhii-  htrly el*IV-cii\e Willi Cii|������iaJn   l.lood,    ' \     At'iing   upon   I hi.s   com:Iu*-ion,   Sun-  Mount Forest, Ont.��������� "Before I took ! deiiantl   sent   mil   Ills   kinsman.   'Lord  Lydia  E.   Pinkham's   Vegetable  Com-:; .miiaii   Wu.le.  wiih   some   conuuissitms  niatle out. Jn  hlank..    T-lie c.ral'ly fSun-  ilerhrnd,   niastej*   of   all   labyrinllis   of  Int'rl'.ui', advised  his  klnsniim   i.hat In  iheeveiil  ol  hi;? fliuliim Blood lntra<:t-  ' lalile, or jiifijxiirig fin- ollur rf*us'tmn Unit  | Ii   av*"-*  noi  dj'slriihle   to enllni. hint In  | He- King's hit-ice." he should turn hit. ���������  1 un cm ion io the ofllcer.-* HevA'lng tin (I or  hiii*. anil hy jii-duciiig ihom away irom  him   leave   him   co   AV-.tkenod   thai,  lie  must   lull   nm   eits>'   vl-.-ilin   to  Colonel  l'ihJj^l|i's   lla-i ������.  'Jin- |ut> 11 Al it i-.s jiiuih- ii Kf>od pan."  hsu.1- it* si, Nltdiolas, her InhI. port of  f r-air hefore .htmalcii. II wsii- iintler-  i-uao-d thai i'i-i a pi'eliiMJnary, 1.ih'<I .I11I-  iu������ icliouie .'epi-i-i bjiuaeir to the  j>. in 1: v f hivt-i-iior al la'orf l.oyul,  ^.t,tfi.-i- :,t aii-������-'l he mhrhl have hhnt*e||  ronveye*!   lo1  p*-S������������'d       !h-i I  N'oiia'irriiful tlrui'S are o..ed' in ir������ pr^p:*.- ) b*j'-������������-������-  luel H-mm- to He NIcIioI.-ih  nom*  !'���������''������'"*' jiiHt-roots and herha nntl itcan I l)IMiifJtM   enclle,'   on   ���������< vhdt    Ir.   hoiii.  1 it* taken   in   uiiictv even  by a  iiur'U'jjx 1     ,   ..           , .   ,          ,, ,          ,   , .  mothnr.    For  Ht.lc hy all rirtHWi������t-t.   K ���������'������������������"'"l^. ^",l   ho Him hIh-  uih'M   it.  ,L  HORIZONTAL  1 Friend  '4. A knob, or rounded, headed/nail  j6 Before  7 Short poem .*-  Sa A plant.  ,12 Opposite  15 Nude '  18 Girl's name  20 Outfit \  21 Pain I'ul  .22 Geometrical figure  ..  VERTICAL  2 Taken''  3 A reply  4 To fa-sten ,  5 To employ  7'. All.right   , ..^...v . A'k'"������������������..������������������  8 Impetuots,"- spirited  9. Freed from pain  10, Act        !  .;-'-''     '���������  11 "Wickedness''-...,   ^  13 Canadian- province  (sibO  14 A university degree.  ���������16' Fussp.���������y '  17 To spin out  ;,  3S And otjiers"  15 Sister of Mercy 7  H**'!^^Jf B*^^^  Julian   was   s-eeking  to   comfort  and encourage her  were    aef|uaiJilod    with,    hi.s  ���������-' Tr������i-ui������.-rj������.,       Now   ii   Imp-  Hie     I'.-jpuly rJovei'iUir'rf  \v  X.  , .. lilt  I ,..>r.a.     It,  ,ltt  rlnii  I .1 1   l������ Hi, l-  ���������UAOti.  .I.la,  The  Unit- for her  if...  re  "Vou  story?"  "He told. Il: int.*. Thai: Ss* tvhy I es-  t.oumt'd hi iu���������:i;pi' tho calm "I'orlitudo  Avith which ho boro adversll.y. Since  I hen, conside i*iuy AA'hat ho has done,  T have uhnortt comn to doubt if whai.  hu (old im-- of himself waa tvtio."  yil! ,vou .ueiin ol"(l:Iiu wmii^H I'i 1 > Htit,-  1'ered a I the handM of Iho Hoy til Com-  nilsHion ihal. lrl<-d Ihti Monmoutli  rehelR, there'?, little doxiht: thai It  would hu tiue cuouKb-y IT*** w������������"never  out. with Monnioiilh-r I hat i.-i oei'taln.  lie Avas conriefetl on 11 point of law  AVhleh hu may well liave heen ip-nor-  j aril when Tie a"oniiiilllefl what wriH con-  j Klrucd into tretiKon. Bui, 1'ull.h, he'M  had UjM revtPK'j, after a, runhlon."  "Tlmi," h)u- naid in a pmall voice,  "i.-t lhe imt'or'.lvnhlo 1 BJnrT- H ha.H  0*t.*Ht royr-tl-111 u_��������� -tlueii -vv /*  "J.oHtroyed Jdns?." JUh tordHliip  latif-.litil a^iiil'Ie. "lie, acme mo mire.  ot Ihal. Jit. Jia.s Kt'OAMt ricJt, . Jit-itr.  lie hun triiit.-ilatrtl, ho It. !.*t Hahl, hla  S|.)iinl--h r.poilH hyo l"i'.*iH'li Ktild, which  Jh h^liif. U'l-aHiiri <1 up iVu* 111 in In  KYtinee. 111--* futiu'e fiilher-ln-l-Vw, ^f.  <r(������*,-eroilp  'Uujrl   HCt'll   to  llillt."  "IIli', fill tne .nil lier-in -law 1" Biild Hhe,  11 ml   -diir-'d   (it   him   roUlid-eytd���������   with  tltal-aa.ll    l|ji^ 'r.aa.*"    aa,������,U.,|.    ��������������� Vt     a.*.'* V..-.W-  on".'      Tht" Uiivuriiui" of Tort nun",'"  Proved safe by millions and 3")f_scribed by physicians for  Tonsil it is  Colds  Pain  ,, Neuritis  Headache  Neuralgia v  Lumbago  Rheumatism  ���������AtjpnmfrMots  'tl  Accept  only   ''Bayer"   pnekajyc  ���������MMMWMaaliaM Ma_WWIMlaN|   .. ���������WMMM|������a������Ua4M������WWMMWMa������' llMlff������������MWMMnM_B__U_W  which contiiiiis proven directions.  Handy   "Bayer"  Iioxich   of   12   tabh'ttci,  Ahio liplt1������5 of 2'1 nntl 100���������--DruKgiiBftM.  A-tplrln 1s������ tlirt trBaTi- ronr-it ���������'ro'clttt-iYil In 0������.n-ji1u. At nnytM* Miuinl.i-!ttit*t-t t*if Mnn<iit-rtl������'  tii:lttt������t������t������������r ������if,lKitUcs I ten cM <Act-t. I UwlliTt lit- Ai-ltH. "A. H, A.'M. IVIilla- It In w������--U Vittiww  tint 4*|)|rin'niif������iiiii- Jlu.rt'r mitiutOiriiii-t-, 10 n������H|Nt llin tiiiM'e KB*'"'" 1ttilt*itlo-id, tn������ 'J'-uitk-tM  ftf llu.yt.1.- Cumi>iiu-r will U lUuiix-U   Willi   Uk-Ii- Kc-ncml h'ttdt. unuK, tlm "'VAjrca- Ccntiai."  -."  wmp^-!^^^-'Wf*.'t.  im������m%mmmmii^^ THE   REVIEW,  PRESTON,   B.   C.  *\.  n-  ���������vrGH*V������ni.iOa  for   Winnipeg  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  Arrangements? Made For 1926 Meeting  ��������� Says Manitoba .Dairy inspector  Mr. I_. A. Gibson, provincial, dairy  inspector for Manitoba, recently announced that arrangements have been  completed for the holding tbe 1926  annual convention of the Western  Canada Dairy Association in Winnipeg, i Executives of the Manitoba  Dairy Association and of the Manitoba  Butterniakeis' Association met to de-  -eide on.the dates, of the convention,  and also Lo decide-upon various coin-  petitions "of the provincial organizations for the ensuing year. During  the past yes r, 18& carloads of 'Cream-  cry butter were shipped out of the  provinceyof Manitoba; a total of 4,435,-  200 pounds valued at $1,463,516. Tlie  shipments included- 29,000. boxes of  unsalted butter that were shipped to  the British market,.the first time that  Manitoba has shipped unsalted butter  to this market.  _-aa. -   ,   - ValllJUH,    llilii  "UCt'II  Coolidge as~ am-  Jacob'Gould Schurman, now United  named by President  bassador to Germany.  The Canadian Pacific ""Railway hauled 3,781,661 tons of grain to Fort 5Vil:  lianrand Port Arthur during J921, and  061.500 tons to the port of. Vancouver-  in the* same sear. - ���������* S  Ramon de Valera, the Irish  lican leader/ issued a rhetorical St.  Patrick's * Day manifesto to Irishmen  abroad, appealing to them to rally to  the-aid of their "threatened-country."  Daylight saAring Avill come into force  in Montreal on May, 3 this year and  Avill cease on September 27, according to a-motion carried������in the city  council. *.        ' " '   .  Repub-  "DIAMOND DYE" JT  A BEAUTIFUL COLOR  Hope Of The World  J -  *���������>!"*  All the-i-way from East Africa; 9,000 j  miles, a native brought a sample pf hog  blood containing a dread animal disease, to the department of agriculture,  Washington, for experimentation.purposes.  A uqav service -_y direct cable be-  tAveen Rome and New York, over  which it is hoped to transmit cable  five times "fa'ster than lierefofote, was  ���������successfully inaugurated. Total length  of new line is 5,-122 land -miles.      -   .-  dyeing and* tint-  "ing . -guaranteed  with Diamond  Dyes. Just dip  'in cold water to  "tint soft, delicate  shades; or boil to  dye rich, permanent colors. Each  15-cent pacKage contains directions so  simple any women "***can dye or tint  lingerie, silks, riobons, skirts, waists,  dresses, coats, stocking::, sAA*eaters,  draperies, coverings, hangings, eA*ery-  thing new. ���������  Buy "Diamond Dyes"���������no other Icind  ���������and tell ycui .druggist whether the  j material you wist  to color is wool or  silk, ^br whether it is linen, cotton, or  mixed goods!  VISCOUNT CECtU  of Chelwood, who declared in a recent- speech tliaT the only apparent  hope for the*.survival of Christian civilization lay. in nations preparing to  co-operate and to shoulder their share  of the burden of safeguarding the  peace of the world.  Demonstration Farm For Russia  WfTzlrtMlimM  Kr^ssi  A-ZS  Prefer  Mule  Carts  to .Motors  -  Rub it in for Lame Back."���������A brisk  rubbing Avith. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil  will relieve lame back. The skin will  immediately absorb the oil and it will  penetrate the tissues and bring speedy  relief. Try it and bo com-inced. As  the liniment sinks ih, the pain conies  out and there are .ample grounds for  ���������saying'that"it is an excellent article.  Alberta and B.C. Press,. Association  The Alberta Press Association executive met in Edmonton and fixedytho  dates of the annual meeting as "August 28 anil 29, at Edmouton. The  British Columbia Press Association  will meet at the same time, also in  Edmonton.  Americans  Dance  To  Music From  London  who have lived, for  ed*States, left New  the  lish  will  the  N,������w Mode of Transportation. Not  Favored in Interior of China  In their first truck of competition  with -mountain mule traffic in tlie far  interior provinces of Shenai, China,  automobile passengers and freight  buses have failed tos diSlodge native  competition, Cor the primitive mult,  carts, carrying one passenger each aud  1 Afl '-a-trnl-aw.<.   s\F  lia j   1������<a at** _ ca-/n     a-a/M** f-rvnl    ^lic--  Chinese traveller with their rate of  thirty miles betAA-cen dark and day-"  light aud their low traditional price of  50 cents for the day's ride.  The- motor bus. operating over the  ^-Have Laqgh On Robbers  Shop keepers at Balb, Eng., have  had the laugh on- robbers recently.  One gang of burglars* cut a hole in a  tobacconist',-- window aud -stole a loL oi  packets���������alf dummies and empty. In  robbing a 'vine merchant's store they  stole five bottles of colored watei.  DAD-&K*  ���������UfTl"!  Tim f?TC������  IAPLiSiIO  Willr-   Be.    Equipped     With     Modern  Machinery arid   Implements   ���������'     **l*-  Seven   groups    of Russian farmers,  a time in the" Unit-  Yorlc recently under the direction and''organization of  Technical  Aid���������Society  to  estab-  modern farms in Russia.    These  serve as demonstration farms for  "Russian    peasants.      All    these  groups have equipped themselves with  .modern" machinery    and    implements.  These       groups .     were       sent .    "by  the Technical Aid SocieLy to settle'in  communes in Sovie't Russia.  "*" Mrs. IL. M. Brown. Walton, "N..F".,  says:���������"I cannot recommend Baby's  Own Tablets too highly. I have found  them invaluable for the ailments of  , little ones." Mrs: Brown's testimony  new -western-road, charges _d  cents a   is tUe sattte as. tluit df thousands of  mile, arid though it covers 100 miles, a j other mothers aa-1_o IiaA-e used the Tab--  day  for  a  fare  of  about   53*.25,  it is [ lets.       To- use  them   ouce  is   a   sure  _ J guarantee   that   they   will   always   be  | kept in the home as Jong as there are  babies or young children to be cared  Radio Programme Picked Up By New  york Successfully Re-J3roadcast  programm������7nf Jj^on-  HEART TROUBLE  SHORTNESS OF BREATH  just barely holding its foothold iu op  position     to     the     local     prejudices  against high {-peed and the risks of the  Shansi roads.  Kaw .Fur Productions  Mrs. Geo. .E..Bowman, Morrisburg,  Ont-, writes:���������"fatit -.writing yq.u a few  lines to let ycu know of my  experi-  -The first radio  don tlancq, music to ba successfully-"re-1  broadcast to a large American "audi  ence, has been sent out from Station f enee wIth MiHrar_*B Heart and Nerve  i Pills.    - "Two years ago I became very  wh enever  Mrs. Laura Henderson  W.TZ, New York City, and WItC, Washington.  The music of the Hotel Savoy, London, dance orchestra, was picked up  by the United States stations, and -re--  broadcast on a different wave length  by the Radio Corporation oi* "America, i  The radio audiSnco also heard the  chimes of "Big Ben" on the clock tower of the House of Parliament strike  the hour q;������ midhiglit. 7 7  Muskrat    Leads    in    Value    Over   All  Other Furs  ItaAV fur  production in   Canada  for  the season of 1923-21, had a* value of  $15,6-13,817, a decrease from the preceding year of oAver one million dollars, according to a bulletin issued, by  the bureau of statistics.      The principal  kinds' of  pelts,  those  showing- a  total value of over $500,000, in order  of    value,    were as follows: "Muskrat,  $3,110,363;   Jbeaver,   $2,542,992;    mink,  ,$2/113,569* 'white   fox,  $1,203,605;'  silver  fox,   $962,282;   red   fox,   $515,984;  patch or cross fox, $642,991; coyote or  prairie Atfolf, $625,145; and" lynx, $515,  for. The Tablets are a laxatiA-e���������mil-l  but thorough in action���������-which never  fail tp regulate -the stomach antf  bowels; relieve constipation and indigestion; break up eolds and simpl-r-  feA-ers and make the dreaded teetliin*-.  period easy. In fact they banish all"  the minor ills from AA-hich-little ones  suffer. ^ The Tablets are sold by medicine dealers or by mail at 25 cents a  box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine  Co., Brockville, Ont.  Large Newsprint Production -  "Production of newsprint by Canadian, mills in February amounted to  115,624 tons, tbe average daily production being 150 tous greater than Sn  January.  For the fir&t time the output of the  Canadian mills surpassed-that of the  United States mills, tiie^proiluetion of  the latter amounting,"toV]tl3,S*31 tons.  Worms sap the strength -and undermine the vitality of children. Strengthen them by. using Mother Grave's'  Worm ExLeripinator to drive out the  parasites..- : 'y. ��������� - ���������  -Photo by Count. <  Sarnia, O.itt.���������"In young inothcr-  fiood Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription has been of great benefit to nie  ;as a tonic and nervine. Whenever.I  Icel in n rundown, nervous condition,  a bottle of the 'Prescription' t-oncjt  up my entire system.quicker.than any  other medicine I have ever taken,  a������d_, it keeps nie well. I heartily rcc-'  ..mmicnd this medicine to women who  arc in a debilitated condition, it is  Ki-. bale anil reliable tonic and nervine,  ;������1 ways dependable."���������.Mra. Laura  Henderson, 224 Cottcrltcry St.  Health-Is most -important to every  mother, >"ott cannot'.'tll'ord .to neglect  it when your neighborhood druggist  <:a������ sttppty you AvilU Favorite Pre-  .'.-.���������riptioii, in tablets or Jiiiukl. This  Prescription is made in Dr. Picrec'a  -frill-oratory in Briilgelnirg, Out. Scud  l<1������*  Ihi'rt- il' you w.sli a *!-*i:il falrr*.  ym*<\*<' ��������������� -  ^a~- ���������yT*^i,T*",--ini,,*-������T-iir-r-������Ti-nrifriLMr-jii.Bniiijiiiij jiii.iifr.---j--iir-   i "i tx. rr .. i"tli" i -.  A Woman Car Distributor  Miss   Lucy   Wright   Has.   Responsible  Position    With   U.S.   Railroad   /.  ~$,Uxa AVright iini-jL Iuioav "crops and  crop conditions. A great-wheat'harvest, means a-shifting of J'i*t*ight t'ar.s  jind in tht* wimo-itlantiermi unusual  orange yield in California inilu,eii(.es.  tlie routine of olltc'e. An early spring  or a late Cull affects the "-demand f01*  freight cart. , said the unprecedented  cold weather in many parts of the oast  brings new problems.  MI--S Iaiiey Wright, general car distributor of the Grand Trunk Railway,  l.t said to ])o the only wbnian in the  .United SlaloB occupying the .position  that carrier .with it a rtoniand for  Ht'eut excciitivo ability, -it'la her duty  Lo keep on Lho ntovt) Ih'o'usahdiS of  freight cijrs ..ami, to "nicet prpiiiplly tho  dotminds or shippers. ( Aa idle frelgltl,.  ear <-oHt** the railroad a dollar n day  ami Mi's,** .Wright haH 15,000 cars in her  division which uhihI bo iilvvaj^s employed unloH.s heavy Ioam-n aro car-  rhttl. '   .-  Hard and -hoI'I: corns both yield 'lo  Jlollowtiy*-' Corn Remover, which Ih  entirely unfo Ut use, antl certain and  .saIi.slucto\y in  its uctiou.  -"'," W.heat Goiss to United Kingdom  There waH.ti heavy in or ea ho in lhe  nnantlty of Canadian '-wheat .supplied  to 1lu>, ITnlted Kingdom la !l92t,  amount ing fo 50 per cent, over "1.9211.  according lo a report of the deparl.-  meiit of trade and commerce.  ii ziiiy iieai't.- aTK*. nerA'es anc.  I took the least littlo bit of  exercise my heart would start to jump  and flutter. I could not walk upstairs  without having, to sit down and rest  before I Avas half-way "up, on account  of my breath becoming so short.  I commenced taking. -   .'.  .���������:;':���������:���������:���������        MILBURN*S  HEART AND NERVE PILLS  ami,, in no time I felt ivgretit iinproA-e*  ment, and can now heartily recom-  mend them to all those who are  troubled AA-ith any affection of the  heart." , . ���������   -  , H. & N. Pills aro for sale at all  drug and general stores; put up only  by The T. Milburu Co., Ltd., Toronto,  Ont.  I  1,793 tons less  duciion:  thaa-th-s Canadian pro-  Increase In Hog Production  Hogs to (he. number oI." 3,010,000  Avero marl.eU-'d tit the stockyards nncl  IKicking planfcs of Canada during the  year 1921, as compared'with 2,803,000  in 1921*.. Tho greatest amount, of increase Avas in the prairie provinces for  in 1923 there .were- niarfcotoil in these  places    G9S.000    hogs,    and    in    1921,  Good  Season  For Lumbering  Conditions Have Been Very Favorable  In Thunder Bay. District  Winter lumbering in tho Thunder  Bay district will-' show better" returns  to operators this year than for several  seasons. The conditions ltaA-e been  exceptionally-good. Fine weather has  prevailed in the Avoods since the cut  was started"late' last fall. It is estimated that close to .sixty per cent of  the total winter cut will be used for  home manufacture, while -10 per cent.  Will be ratted for export to the United  States mills.   ' *���������'    ��������� ���������  ���������-���������Jh-i:  A HealtHTciod  ^: ^-- ',.������������������������������������- f b-r-;.' "-'A -���������������������������-y-,-..  -Ff^-tTjgl_.:i:l-^--e--:  EMUtSI^N  1,005,511, or a 50 per  cent, increaso.  ���������I..H.III.II. m., i. i, ���������' r    i  .  Suffered Misery  With Itchy Eczema  Cuticura Healed  W.    N".  UIC!)  'I  For Sore Feet���������Minard's Lhiittient  ���������CSS^V  "* I was troubled with eczema for  over two years. At first it appeured  In small spots and  then began to apread  nil over my face and  bend until I Buffered  awful misery. The  Itching and burning-  were terrific. At times  I thought I would tea  crazy, and was obliged to give up  my work.  VI was treated and tried different  oln������mftnts without any benefit. I  read an advertisement for Cutlcura  Soap and Ointment und decided to  try them. After the firm application  I felt relief a I continued the treatment for a time And now 1 am  healed." (Siftned) Mian Y. Wood,  8B6 City Hall Ave., Montreal,  Quebec.  Cutlcura Soap, Ointment and Talcum o.re ideal for dully toilet ukes.  (Urania Mt-tili i'r������������ liy Mull.    Ailatrtwn (^���������n������ili������ii  IMpul:    "UttUoum, J**, 0. Ua>������ 3S1I". UttnUa.ta.1,"  y__L_'________''*:-l-���������"������������������"-'- ''Jul1"'1' -'" ������'"'(''"*- ' -iii-nm '/Mr.  PIF* Try our now Slmvint; Stlcltt.  naw.������������aaiiiawiW.aannii'������������_im m iri^Wiiati^ayilWara^ll-aaa'WWa-i- ���������ajwWWW^^a'liawiaj^WiiWil.  >������>iil*tt| tWWlWHHliU  aiiller's Worm.Powders' acl so thoroughly that stomachic and intestinal  Avorm's pass from tho child-without, being noticed and Avil.hout inconvenience  to the sui'iorer. They are painless  and perfect in action, and at all llnu-s,  Avill be found a healthy medicine,  Hl.rengtliouIitK the** infantile' stomach  and maintaining it In vigorous operation, so that., besidest being an, ellV.u-  tiAro vermifi" ge, they aro ton leal ami  health-giving  in   their  effect.--.  .���������af^.i aaa. r ^. a|���������. >������������������ ���������iliaaall m ���������laaaaMi���������   _  Expect Re^pord Tourist Trade  According to  ustimaUs  by  oftu-.lal.s, :  of    Montreal    steunisliip    cbtvipanies, [-.  more t,hi)n '10,000..tourists, the largestl  number on record, will sail from Mon- j  treal  for  Kurope   during   the  coiniitK  (season of ntiylgailon.     Tlmy will in-  clutlo   a    larger   imiubtm**   of    I'ulied  Statos  cllizeiis  than  ovor ' before.  GRAIN FUTURES  Ttuy Jltdf" *ui������l Offers in "Wheat. Ortlf-,  Fhoc or JJarley good for soA-en days in.  Whmiiaop' atnikot at only a.few points*-  (���������wny. Sif'irlM-t very ��������� active. nOAv mid  ��������� tnany ' peojulart 3i-ia--s i-nade 1>1j* niohajy  biiylnsr* nriA-il^g-Oit... T������n OiTo'rs or Ta*n  "tltcla ou lli.OOtt bushels only .?l"t.������H". Il-o-  tnii by <*e������-tiaii.d che������i������o, monay, oixl-iiot- tulcgra'ph.  NORMAN  TOBtAS  a        . "���������' '  803 UtnSor* Sank Bldg., Wlnntpea.M.-it*.   " . ;. . .   .'    '��������� ��������� :~���������  toqk's Kegulating Com^  A Ml-*, nfUahle, r*iri*t*������tli-s  m<-dlclne l������n  v,,.rt,fci    ..So.! in  Tcpapl  Ut-CTft-tS-. No. I, f'i'  n������:'j. 5,'V-No:j..m ->*ui ti"7ii  JlnijpRTitas- Ai' fcf-nt���������y.i*<jp.������.i<J flSrt titiflA  : ,t '(TtKt-;:  'Ftf.-t-^f������tri'-Jil<f."- ���������'!':',!  ''-;-r^ir!-'c-poK;,,Mr!.aiaHE:-cor*'  T<iroi.t(a'il.ii.ailt W..Ja.a  OVER H/.X.P A. C-tNTUny REPUTATION  UR. L.E. ULaCalfu O MveutKiowtv-ai  AT������!*KktlUSlCll'Sa:*8.������Wl������!t*t-. C:n*VaT������..*lltcK*rillMl<u  Of.. LECLERC'S %sAN4EMrA  ������m������������j M-Hty Kci.tnau."'. ron j.Aritj"������.jk,n.".i-.Nj������.  BlR. LE GLERG S APi_njewTi-ii.i.a.  ������o4Ji bf laiilnt Cjtamavta.     l;itf������*. a������i,Kntlanal at.  UX.l.KCl.UI'C *4*d.<-������. UtlVT-MIaH-.i ital. ,S , VV'.iB, t..OahlpM  ���������������M*Ha������l.tl������*l������������v������������v7!.������|-<������XTST,t:..T-.tttlK3 0.":*-iU  WW. ������������*Ki"Ja������aT**-|*f., Na.U-.VOKIaCl ,V-   ..       '  tviinard's Llitimoitt Fine For the Hair  Sale of Coal,in National Parks  Tho regulations governing tho Heeia  aing of buslness-os, ttMdof-. or ocoupa-'  tions within. Canadian "national .parks  worn, amended by order in ..council  dated February 3, 1025, so that every  p������-i'(_ou .seliliig coal bj" ut-lght vvllhh-  tho parka ahull have all coal ."old In  Y'tiantltloB or loadn ot ono thounand  (1,000) pouvi'ds each or ov������������r, Avoighed  on lhe1 Hcitla's malntahii'd by the'de-  pnrlment I'cjv the urt-.i of the intblic.  The let- for weighing coal .shall bf  lifioon   <IT0   cenl.-j  per  load.  FOi  Sore    throat  li-COt  Us*-   ivlinarcl'*t   Lim  ifmjjp idWmpdtm &HM MmSm. fmm\ ^M II ���������IIMrtka _ttli"*__Lii  mmW\ffl$IL\M4mmdm\mm\ iManM^JaBgiri Bi8aiBffiaaH^^BiBBmMl3t-|MC���������^B  \^^^^}������fv4t*^mmm!Mmwmmumn.-miaii:Mi-,mmKmbEm>**^^  V  i"&SW&Wf������  mmmmmmmmmmtm  mtmmmtm  mmmmmmtMiim, ���������es  -M  '"I'lS-R   _r-������fl?������nnr*n.    ���������_���������*> f-new  -������������������������������������������    .vli������B..ojttt at ���������*.���������*      aaaau v ������������a .-  ������!:.  If ''���������''-  m A  i  sin  i  I " t-������  0-  |-.V -'"���������'  i7  h77  : 3a- .'-;'. r{  ���������"! .i  I *f 7  fKI  Pigs For SAUE���������Seven week** old,  86.    G. Davie, Canyon. *  Miss Ethel Short off Kaslo was. ja  weekend visitor with Miss Lily Earner.  Wednesday is King's Birthday-���������'a  public holiday at the postoffice and  banks. y~'"y   - *  ':...  Vine&ab���������-Cider vinegar in prime  shape. 50 cents a gallon; Alex. Mira-  belli, Creston.y^y. ..'���������������������������.-  Potatoes Fob  Sai.e-���������About three  tons of good pptaioe^.    John   Arrow  smith, Crestoo7-37y  For SAI.E���������Good milch cow, also  ranch ^iore, harness and buggy Apply  Mrs. Jas. Maxwell:  Piano   For   Sale���������Good  as  new,  must be sold and going- at   a   bargain.  1 erms to   reliable  party.    H. S. Mc  Creath, Creston.  RAND THEATRE       ^  Saturday, MAY iJ  No Picture  Saturday  M-atw!-**?  ....   * ""NE*1"      "  EVERYBODY  GO  TO  CHAUTAUQUA!  AfHiuai ������g������f������ng StogEbreeders' Asseeiatfea  The annual meeting of Creston Val  ley Stockbreeders' Association will be  held in8Speers* Hall, Ores-ton, on Saturday, May 30tb, at 3 p.m. Business:  Election of directors and receiving of  reports.    CHAS. MOORE, Secretary.  Anglican Church Services  SUNDAY, MAY   31  *  CJIESTON       -*  8 and. 11 a. oq,  CHAS. MOOS^E, C.E.  ErmiNEER   .ARCHITECT  SURVEYOR  [Regjeteredj  W. P. Stark left at the end  of the ���������    G.  ."ye*-"- for a short holiday visit with the  WyeHife,  M. Argue left on   Saturday   for  CRESTON .-4  I.C-  Ft  Pianoforte, Organ ana  Singing Lessons  V~T  at>Ph  AR1HUR COLLIS, Creston  P.O. Bos T6  Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 2095  Meets THIRD THURSDAY of  each month at Mercantile  Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited. <"  ERIC OLSON. W.M.  BOAR FOfo SERVICE  Well bred   grade   boar; service   $3.  A. A. J. Collis (Alice Si-iing), Creston.  AT STUD AI^O F"OR SALE  Imported- Belgian Stallion. Season  mares, @15. Animal is for wile.  McCreath*-- Livery Barn, Creston.  V. MAWSON  CKESTON  Don't forget, I have  my Shop   Open  every Saturday,  8 a.m. to 10 p.m.  -  Watkin*$ Products  Fishing Tackle  Columbia   'and   Brunswick  Phonographs and Records  Ladies' and Gents' Hosiery  Jl  family at Victoria.  Roy Hill of the  stuff, Cianbrook, spent   the   weekend  with Creston friends.  Horses For' ,Sa_k���������Team work  horses, weight about 1400 lbs., going  cheap.    H. Sparrow, Lister.  Cow For Sale���������Grade Holstein.  freshened May 4tti^and heavy milker,  a"*75.    D.-.Learmonth. Creaton.  ���������   '-'. A  Sirs.* McLean returned to Calgary,  Alta., on Friday, after -a. week's visit  here ivith Mrs.  W. .T. Truscott.  Miss A x>oyIe. accountant with'  Creston Growers,' Limited, _spent the  holiday ^weekend at her home in Nelson.       . ,:-  Miss Ali'-e Comfort is a visitor at  Johnston's Landing, She guest of her  s'gter, G������-������ee, who is teaching school at  that point.  Miss Croy and Miss Walker of Nelson* who have been visiting witb Mrs.  Spratt, the past week, returned home  on Tuesday..  Tomato P__ants���������The kind that  satisfy at $7.50 pei 1000 plants. Also  a few grape vines at 50c. each. S.  Paseuzzo. Sirdar.  A new shipment of 200 bonks, have  just been placed on" the -.-helves of  Creston Public Library and will be  available to members-this week.  The newly-organized lire brigade  s*arts off with twenty members, and  will be in charge of Matt. York, who  was the unanimous choice for chief.  The heavy rains of lust week were  just what was wanted to assure the"  Valley about the heaviest first cutting  of clover and alfalfa taken off in some  years.  Geo. Alia?? of the imperial Bank  staff, Cranbrook. spent, the weekend  in Creston* the guest, of his brother.  Manager Allan of the local branch of  the Imperial.  ., All free miner's licenses expire on  Sunday night, and renewals can be  secured from Provincial police McLaren, who succeed*-. R. Lamont as deputy  mining recorder.  For Sale���������5 head of horses, weights  from 1350 to 1550,  aged   from   5   to   8  [years.    Also two" sets   work    harness,  logging truck  and chains..    H..S. McCreath, Creston.  _ For Sale���������Large drag saw outfit,  circular saw a*td 6 h.p. gasolene engine,  almost, new. Can be seen at the Bevan  Garage, Creston, or apply Bond.  Cannaday. Lister.  Miss Davidson, a former teacher at  Creston public school, now at Nelson,  and Miss Kobson of the Nelson high  srhool staff, were holiday visitors here  with Mrs. Henderson.  LOST���������On May 10th. between' the  Nonijiiier ranch at Canyon, and the  Milonx ranch. Creston. brown ostrich  feat hen ftole. Finder please return to  either one of these places.    Reward.  The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid had.  quite a liheral patronage at their tea  and s:sJo of rooking at the home of  Mrs. Henderson on Saturday after-  -.noon, the cash intahe being about $35.  Due to washouts r,n the mad in the  neighborhood of Kitchener a number  from town who proposed motoring to  Cranbrook for the Victoria Day sports  on Monday, were unable to make the  trip.  Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Lockhead were  at Cranbrook on Monday for the day's  sports. The latter had. his two rtin  ni-g horses in alf the open events nnd  succeeded in widning a fair share of  the race money.  Kev. G. Knox got back' from  attending Methodist conference on  Saturday and took the usual services  on Sunday. Present plans are that  he will Hll the pulpit here for the last  time on June 18th.  Mrs: Fred Klingennpiith and ehil-  di-en left a few days ago for Lumber-  ton, to be with Mr. Klingensmfth for  the next few months, Fied being  employed an filer at the B.C. Spruce  Company at that point.  The services In both the Prenibyter  ian u������h1 Methodist, .-.lurches are withdrawn on Sunday next and Pastors  James and Knox will assist jvllh the  community services in the Chaqtauqoa  tent at II a.m. nn'd 7.3������ p.m.  Creston V-dley Stock hreedera*  Awt-nci-ition have their annual meeting  on Saturday afternoon af ������ o'clock,  anil will be favored with a vlalt from  T. P. M**Ken*.ie, who hat* charge of  gas-ting work io the province.  At ** directors' mentlng on Monday  night the Women's fmitftiiCe  decided  to change the date of their flower  nhmv from July .ft,!, to &_litrd������.y, June  UOfcb. Speeiu 1 ptiy.es are biting drummed  Up miiiU   K-aSaat ja'tiaa i   ra rtiil-vr  |il'01IItSetl tO  tjHJ  tlia beat ever.  mm **������������* ������?  position and will also playon tbe baseball team'in that town. Mrs. Argue  and Mickey, jr., will leave to join him  about the middle of the month.  W_ Muir, J-R- C. Rodgers and Gee.  Mawson/ pulled out in the lattei-V  'nioti,>r-ho.:t on'Monday for a ten day  bear hunrafc Kootenay Lake points,  their first stop being arranged for the  Leib brothers^canip up Cultus Ci-eek.  The Etev|ew again reminds everyone  that the -conisrau.niS**  services, in   the  Chantau'-uu tent at 11 a.m., and 7.30  p.m. Sunday are. too   good   to ' miss.  Dont't miss Norrttan Moore's Sunday  evening address on **The Measure of a  Man.**    " "-     ���������"  . -..J. ^    -    >7   -    -  .Crest<>n *itaajde'4ar,fot������r straight, from  Kitohene.-fey winning   again   on Sun-  d-ty,������t Kstchenei* ,by a score of 5 to I.  The ]S.ifcfhene_-  teahi shotved  the best  form of-the- season   and   with   a. few  weeks, more practice will  easily be-in  Creston.s.class.������  Followirgthe heavy rain of Thursday last-Jthe highest water experienced  on the fiats since 13)16 was encountered  over the weekend necessitating the  removal of the" Davis and Johnson  families from their houses to locations,  on the higher- Janns. As the peaks are  now almost' clear of snow the \vor.-S������  rutty be ttken as past so far as the  afloat is concerned for this year.  A 11 I !  Para.soisi   j?lags I    Horns!    Pennants!    False Feces!  KODAK FILMS. - CANDY. *  I ������*,*& 8_r     'Jr%^n_ra val B*>  AR TATA il" ift_f_������a_?fe - ifa  .._..._._.__    ___, ���������  I  I  .-    h  ***  ������SHS  Friiif  A     JL  -MLJLI.  ^ro\vers. Attention'!  _ t^,   ^tef.lt.m     _____   __,_L ���������  y^*A������     %m   cmmgjn&tf *%Ml    MJ%**m9   **9,   (H6  Wc are offreringyou ths&yt  box ends are Pine and Spruce, and we supply one  piece top* and bottoms, unless otherwise specified* '  PRICES UPON BEQUES*T.:        Permit ua to Btipply your Boxes.  Western Box & Shingle Mills, Ltd.  -    m -%^m        ~  X        ar*"--"  it-<^-aiA--        Wm,   j*%  ���������1" -   ?k������ it^W -  SO    I ijr   in   i#uiiin  il  >---  Friday,   Saturday,   Monday;  Tuesday  *\n   inyc  9 all9 uuiil  * .<  Four big Afternoon and Evening Programs none should miss:  FRiDAY  The HOWARD RUSSELL Company���������AW Canadian trio  'i     " in Scottish Revue, etc.  "The Four Cornerstones of Citizenship/9 by Mrs. Beyea,  . British lecturer and travel authority. ,  *v.  SATURDAY  neTZIGANOS-���������talented and sparkling duo  in  popular  - and classical music.  ''The Fidler and. the Fire/' and " The  Fourth Line of  Defence,*' by Judge-*Bale.     If you hear one"you  wifr.not miss the othei*.  . . "���������- -       ' ��������� * - - -, -. ������������������ ���������'."-  MONI>AY  The BOYD CONCERT COMPANY��������� Vocal, Instiumental  and Miscellaneous programme.  "The Second Chance, or Lessons from Life," by Dr, J. H.  Rivers, one who has helped many to get it.  "DADDY LONG LEGS, ������ ever-popular comedy,  full of  I    k ; charm and romance. '  . , ^*-   ' .'���������"���������'  "Canada's  Contribution to   World Life," by Dr; G. W.v  Kerby, Canadian educator.  The RAINBOW NOVELTY COMPANY^nat what it  says: Something new in music, aa well as oldtime melodies.  ��������� A  s  ADDED ATTRACTION  School Children's  ararie  SATURD������A,Y .AftcjFuoon, MAY 30tlif a.t -2 o'clock  Four Prizes in each school and  Four Grand Prizes.  *v  r.i-;tr  AiIWUm.

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