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 crri.   V      i.^.t~L*  v,at 'J-t-  '\V--''-  ��������� a      r^s  *&.    '-  : I < -i' '  .  l V  at ���������  -'' -,  ~   t "X~^Z  _. <2  '.,  "  -* J  -F  apiae  - *.*  5  ^-w=.-  >������L _a   > BS *M������V -    ���������B      * ���������  You xtii.  _.-*  CBESTON, B.C.. EE&D&Y, J0NE 12, 1925  No. 17  School E-B.sebaE  -* ^'^Z -v.   -*���������  The standing.of the teams tfeythe  high school baseball .l-sftgtae^a.fsvan tap*"  the "Blues'" defeating the --Browns"*  by a 2 to 1 sacorei on Wednesday olKht  in fche second game of the series; which  had to be called at the. end of the fifth  inning due l_ototb*-mhcertai������ ^weather.  She trsnanssti^!!^d������^-f"he-''_lrowns was  ant exactly de^r^e^"^. Homes had l-������y  far the best "of tire pitching v.d������iel,  letting the winners, down with btst^tne  -scratch hit, but three eeroi-R in a row  |n tbe fourth allowed two Blues to  register with jnst the necessary number df tallies to win tl^ game The  score: - - 7 "  a^jeciation of ~his untiring effort by  p^^jatxnghhn with a &enetOus purse.  ;m*-fl^J5r-ra������nf-T(ftriple.'' here I MrTv Kpbx  ^Ss&yrfm Ch?**" friendship  of -jtvery resi  I dent of Lister and. in. his going  away  everyone feels that they - havo  indeed  lost_a friend. ;*        k1"--" '   .  Cresto_i?s School  4 improvement,   Margorie   Learmo'ntb.  J Grade lV.junioiv--Proficiency, Herbert  Report fbr May {mTtmSST* ta������,ro���������BM,t* ~  BMJHS ,".  BHB  T. Staples. bs..~..������ 0 0.  D_ Vow-fir, lb..������������������0 1 0  F. ChriaSa p .������ 0 1  C. Stagets, Kfa_....j: O 0  T. tsuan,  IX *_*_,������.  !BROWNS_^   B Crawfoid, cf���������:0 10  J. Cherinstn. lb_0 1 0  O. Christie. ������.=-..0 0 1  X. Stapl-es, 3b 0 0 Q  C H-_n������es.p  .181  'G ..Coti-sril!, ss *>$ 1   ^oeo^^-������-iDi,'rf_.y.;:..>to  R. Long, cE._���������_,_."������ O-fft-'-A.-JiItiMat-ttie^        "  J. M_raeUfrf -  <*>.������ a   -        212  __ 00  O.; ^Wilisoij;S!fciv..00 1  BltM  BrQwns-  .0  9  1  9  0  2S*  0   0  is*  RHE  2.1 2  1.5   4  ���������������i"*  Mrs. W.' Wilson of, Oranbroofe, who  has heen a visitor: here the past week  has  returned   to    her   home   is.   the  divisional city  There was quite a: fair turnout at  the * morning 7'Church of JSngland  service here on.Sunday.  - The work of rip zapping the fill  already completed is at an end and on  Monday the-work trains started again  hauling earth from the Canyon for  further, filling at the extreme west end  ofgtbe high  line.    Witb   this  latter  Division I.��������� H. McLellan, Principal.  Highest standjng: Grade VIII.���������  Proficiency. William -Manuel; general improvement, *S3ri������ Martin; writing  improvement, Edith Couling. Grade  VII.���������Proficiency, Arthur Conling;  general improvement, Edith Wilson;  writing improvement, -John Bunco.  writing  Her-  improvement  *-������_a*  completed the old mile and half trestle  ��������� HU*****1     ^bdingj.    Grade    VI.  ,t Kootenay Landing will be a thing  of the past.'  * Principal Hine will not likely be  returning to Sirdar as he has an oner  ftrom Grand Forks to take a got-d  position on the teaching staff in that  ccwn.   "  John 5*in!ay, Sr.. who  has  fe*=en  a  hospital patient at  Cranbrook for the  past few weeks, got back on Saturday  considerably .improved in health. '  Lister is on the strawberry shipping  list thia season, the Frank Baker and  .John Finlay ranches marketing a few  crates each. Both are great believers  in the cash and "carry way off doing  business and are selling through Alf.  Nelson. -    -      -  . tafijsfi' V*^ Ltste������, wb^ fat  ritiBtfSfei- .-Ksht^ot^- 'W^^aiT^iriiife"'  September, arrived home jon Saturday  for the nimmer vacation. She  obtained a. fall pass at the recent  closing examinations.  5smt3���������-Gm June Srd,' to   Mr.   and  Mrs, 'Charles Huscroft, a eon.  "Quite an -  witnessed- by  night   when  imposing    sight *   was  Sirdarites   on   Friday  the   incoming  -freight  Perfect -~iatendanca^--~Ka-aine  Fred Christie, Arthur .Couling, Edith  Couling, Lloyd Couling, Victor Gruu-  <ly, Alex. Henderson^. Jessie Lear-  month, Brie Martin, William Manuel,  Richard Randall, Percy Robinson,  Harold Speers. Harry Webster, Byron  Willis, Mabel* West, Mary Goodwin,  Laura Holmes.  Division XL���������Miss, Vfckers, Teacher.  Jack Grundy,  Perfect attendance���������Joan Hilton.  Margori'e Learmonth, Mary Maione,  Prank .Morrow, Bobby McFarland,  Hubert- West, Els* Wills-*, Tom Craw-*  ford, Norman Bentley, Herbert Couling, Irwin Crosthwait, Jack Grundy,  Jack Gibbs, Frances Moore, Andrew-  Miller. Roland Miller. The_nu>. M������-F**������--  land, Allan Speers, Arthur Speers,  Aiah Stapies.  Division IV.���������Misa Holmes, Teacher.  Highest standing: Grade II.���������  Proficiency, Robert'Dicfcaon; improvement, Robert Dickson;, writing im.  provement, Daisy   Trevelyan.    Grade  ''Rdbiik Hood" al  Grai-wt Fri., Saty.  " According to legend- Bobin Hood,  he of infinite exploits of matchless  valor in the days of .chivalry eight  hundred years gone, hit upon a clever  method of avoiding: the odium of  robbery when he audaciously dedicated  hxuRRsif tw tahte u$������up������,biOu w  ������������__-_._:__,  KUUtllug  the rich to feed the poor."  He Made jay practice of inviting  wealthy men to dine with, him and he  played the part of a most hospitable  host, affording his guests feasts on the  best of * high class edibles, including  rare venison and choice fowls.   Then   at the conclusion of  such   repast,   he  III.���������Proficiency,   Sarah   Quinn;   im-j would appear   suddenly  armed   with  Harold ftU-mwald: writing, I his trusty bow and-arrow,   and   using  brought a string of" eighteen Sat eari-  on which were loaded twelve street  cars for the use of the B.C. Electrie  street railway "system in Vancouver  The cars were covered with white  canvass and the. cars carrying them  stretched out a distance of almost 800  feet. fcL���������2  Mail clerk Cosman. gave   Sirdarites  another imposing   sight   on Saturday I  \ morning when he had nn a view of 164  -pburd^tTOi-geon -srhich'he  caught off  jfee^-tt-s^-iiba^^^ne |in������-to th^'-L-^O^  ing.   The.monater"v.������w seven feet kix  inches long and   when, hung in   the  mail car  for -the -trip   east   the   tail  dragged the floor  with the mouth tied  to the car roof. 9 ~  Proficiency,    Harry----Miller;   writing  improvement.   Tom  Crosthwait; general/ improvement,   Frank Crawford.  Grade V.-���������proficiency, George Willis;  wiiting   improvement*.    Biiiy   Bay it-j  general improvement, 'Sally Johnson.  Perfect attendance���������Donald Bentley,  Lettie Coaling, Frank. Crawford, Tom  Crosthwust.      Ronald    Gibbs,     Haas!  Hopwood, Hire!! Miller, Madge Moore,  Jean McCreath,   Hilda Payne,   Betty  Speers,   Aileen   Spratt,   Dora Spratt,  ���������Lillian   Tw������velyan*i    Gwen    Webster*  Billie   Bayle,   Marten  Burnett.   Earl  Christie,  -Minnie Downes,   Enpheutta  Fisher, Jean Henderson, Dora Nickel,  Faye Pendry, George Willis.  prevsEMent  Jack Payne.  -   Perfect      attendance���������Jay       Bliss,  Sydney Fisher, Jack Johnston, Lncile  Davis, Molly Moore,   James  Downes,  Helen*   Hopwood,     Arthur    Nichols,  Harold McLaren, Beat Morrow.  Drvxsiow V.���������Miss  Laxton,   Teacher.  Highest standing:   Grade IL junior  ���������Proficiency.      Margaret      Burnett:  improvement.   Doris   Bayle;    writing  this to impress -his seriousness, wouiu  demand that each guest pay for hie  dinner. Invariably the daring adventurer would specify the sum each must  pay, and pay it he did rather than  soSer the eons: quences of coming in  Contact with a deadly arrow.  It-is claimed that- follow in*? each of  these incursions on purse and pelf,  there would be an ezs nf plenty * in  -whatever district Sobtn Hoon happen*  led to be,   because   be  -would   always  improvement, Holger Johnson. Grade        w  ^      ^__    _^_   I. senior-Proficiency,   Truda Beawr; jj^de ^V sp5l7 with the"n^edyV his  i-nt,   Eleanor Spratt;   writ    ffenerositvand charit-V beise wifchont  *~"a"*l__ ._**-  JLH@  ������*_��������������������������� mr * -���������_ ������m p -kit I  Ul \Jt--w *������������������������.������%������������  *^������*aj������wtM-  Dbvisiqk III���������Mifcia :Wade, Teacher.  Highest standing: Grade IV. senior  ���������Proficiency, Mary Maione; general  improvement,   Lynn   Beazer; writing \  -        * '      1  improvement,  ing improvement, Dorothy Oollis.  Grade 1. Junior���������Proficiency, Stewatt  Spiers; improvement.. Marvin Hayden*  -nrriting improvement, Ruth Hare.  Perfect, attendance���������Doris Bayle,  Olla. Bentley, Clarence ffimbree, Masv  gatret Henderson, Lloyd McLaren,  Hughena McCreath, Minor Spratt,  Margaret Burnett. . Robert "Willis,  Stuart Hilton, Jack Boss.  ���������pathologist.  Mr. BaBthum and-O. B. Twigg, local  horticulturist, were here on an inapec-  tio__ of Lister orchards the latter part  jc-fth*) week. The winter injury is  much lighter, tbttn they expected;'  "Wilfrid Langnton and H. Sparrow  pulled out on Tuesday for U.S. points,  in quest ot a. summer's* work. Their  first etop VfiW be at Klockmann.  Dan McConat-hSe, who has made his  home on the Johnston ranch for the  past two years almost, left a few dayb  ago on hla return to Scotland, and is  -undecided as to whether he will return  *<������ nota  ��������� Mrs. Harold LBngsto.-i left on Saturday for Winnipeg, Mnn.s where she  *���������-���������!!! apessd t.H--i next four n'onths visiting her parents and other frtan'ds.  Tho largest turnout seen at a United  Church service In ninny montha was  in evidence on "Sunday morning when  Rev. G. Knox made hla last appeur  unco In the local pulpit, flit- addrers  was approps-iatc for the occasion and  hia   host    of    friend*-   showed   their  mmimm*  Fri. & Sat.; dona  Canyon fSMy  R  Creaton and Bistriot Women's In  utifcute -will .hold tSieir Abj-ibjcI  Flower Show in tljo PARISH  HALL, CllESTOJST, on  Saturday, Jwm 2H  ^ 3 to 5.30 p.m.  Afternoon  Tea Sewed.  Sale of Home Cooking,  Nnn-membora ot the Inatituto will  be charged an Ifintry Fee of 25c  Firsfc , and  Seaond  Pri"5"*������a, when  two or saoro cntri"co.  " Misses Trembath and- Richter pf the.  Erickeon school teaching staff were  weekend visitors at Cranbrook, guebts  of Mrs. H. McKowan.  Mrs. W. Bean of Red Deer. Alherta,  arrived at the end of the week for an  extended holiday visit with 'Mr. and  Mrs. Henry Brownrigg.  In between"the showers there is a  considerable movement of 'the early  varieties of strawberries. " Monday  being the big day so fur with an o.utgo  of 85 crates. The crop jwill be heavier  than lost year.  . A number nf teams are busy on the  haul of gravel for the hew road around  Crawford Hill, and being put down on  a -aiuirat high way chuuld. aa-ske -the;  travelling good when the road, is  opened. .:  MioB"EUa"*Topliua, wjio was married  a t hen home in Win law a few days  ago, went through Brickson on Thursday on the honeymoon trip which by  auto to Alberta pointt..  The final meeting of the Methodii-t  Ladles' Aid w&b held at the homo of  Mi4. B. Cartwright on Thtiraday  afternoon last; and wttM largely  attended. Commencing.with the 10th  the organfiA-ttion tnkea the tiukiiie of the  United Chm-ch "Liullen" Aid,  Guarantors -of the 1020 Chautauqua  oro wocderlnS' If it will ne held at  Blrioksoii or Creston. At least half of  thoite on the contract are from here or  the country and could Just as easily  take In the four big days at "ffirfokonn.  - -"���������* '- ---->---������������������ ���������"<"'_i..-*.Vt   v--- >ir-*-- j--������ ,% ���������  Mrsf Bldd made the trip to Kitchener one day last-: week .to naeet~ some  friends from the- Old Country- who  were going through to tne coast.  '  ������3. Nouguier is away on a businc-s  visit to Fincher Creek, Alberta this  .week.  generosity and chanty being without-  parallel.*   Naturally,   he    was - much  beloved hy the poor and just as natur-  ftUy he was* feared and hated by those  better blessed financially.  But his idea of making  the  fiddlers  pay when they assembled around his  I festive fcoisrsi was utss*ii-ij_t   to   say   the"  least, and if it did lack  in legality,  it  did not fail   to  do  good  in   qnartera  most needing a little of the good of a.  . sincere helping-hand.  1    As played by Douglas Fairbanks in  his " * elaborate      screen     production^  --.���������Douglas .Ksurbatik in - Robin. Hood,~  at the Grand to night - atS .Satui^aa^  this character  compos   _nsttnted ad- -  tnhration,    his, charmingly  romant ic  penchant being especially stressed in *  this notable  characterii*ation^ which  bids fair to live in   cinema   history us  one of the most conspicuous triumphs  ever  attained    by  any  star   in   any  histrionic effort.  ASSssm SSsSIsss  Jess Filmier got away at the end of  the week to Nanaimo, where they will  reside in future, with Mrs. Filmer and  Mrs. Aleaxander ,du������ to leave to join  him. at   the  end   of   the   week.   Mr.  Niblow of Lister is   moving  onto   the      Mrs. T. Moul   of    Vancouver  is  a  P"������ce. visitor here with her parents, Mr. and  A. Bond, who ia working   at   Kim J Mrs. John Marshall, arriving:  at' the  berley, wais home for the weekend.        1 end of the week.     ���������  Tremendous drama*  gorgeous spectacle,  yet always human.  Stupendous scenes  of regal splendor  * as a setting for  theage-old tfory  of Robin Hood and  Ids merry bandits.  Miss Walsh of Wynudel wmh a  weekend visitor with Mr. and Mrs.  Brownrigg. Although the radio sub  had not been iu uae. Cor about six  weoks ott Saturday ntftht it was timed  In on Frisco and Oakland with hotter  rosults than were obtained all winter.  Kaulo had n Nurplun of WOl on the  2-ithoa ������tn> t-porUa ������������iid this 1*3 added  to m surplus 9m -of the year previous.  BN'Tl^-l'FtW t/>"'!������*������ tmatrl4. wifch the ... tJ-vv-���������.*.- u i��������� -hm..i-m,i nion  ScoiMtary, Mra/Chernugton, on or Ucrcs are planted to tomatoes this  betorts,-Juno 10th. .. .   Jjcar* and about 600 aerew to onion*. |||  W. B. Searle, M'bo has been working  atBellvue and Hillcs*est, Alta., for  some months past, arrived home last  week, and will be remaining for the  summer  Mr. and. Mr*.. W. 0. Cleave and  family left a few days. ago for their  new home at- Kaslo, where they have  bought a three-acre place and "will  grow cherries and chickens.' Mr.  Gillespie from Liuter has purchased  the Cleave place.  Canyon Ladles* Aid of the United  Church are having their initial money  raising effort, on Saturday at the  school when they have the annual ice  cream and strawberry festival,  . Mr. Stewart of Calgary, poatofflce  inspector for this district, made an  official visit to Canyon on Thursday  last nnd expressed himself .highly  pleased with the general conduct of  the local postofflce by Postmuster  Wood.  Jim Bateman Is making good head,-  way with the clearing of 20 acres  opposite the school, which belongs to  Alf. Nelson. The damp weather  expedites operations considerably.  Uev. G. Knox delivered hie farewell  address antl eialtl goodbye to his Canyon congregation on Sunday after.  noon, and the Sunday school presented  him with a fountain pen  ing pastor htm tti*tf*-a ' Oikuyou  BtitUfaction of tiny minister ever taking the work here, and to say this for  ��������� mail who has been in charge for fivw  yeorfl is a very fl.no compliment.  EEGUXiAK FKICES  Preparations for re-muiing;   ui-SSS������������ig  for oil-and gai  near Armstrong aie  ",'*R-,,*!-.'f ,p*'-������yr mntl tha drills   will   b������  at  work by the middle of the month.  Mrs. M. Alco of Michel is an Alice  Siding visitor thia week, the guest of  Mrs. John Pai kin.  Ron. Smith was a Spokane visitor at  the end of the week, making tho trip  by auto.  Miss Foxall of Oraabrook la a visitor  this week with -Mm. Ooiiis.  Mr. and Mrs. Beaver and children of  White Pine, Wash., ore -renewing  acquaintances in Alice Siding and are  guests of the latter'e parent--, Mr. and  Mrs. R, Stewart.  WV Kelly of Elko arrived on Saturday, aud has been a visitor with his  parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly.  Miss Lilly Marshall arrived home on  Friday from Vanco _ver on Friday, on  a visit with her parents, Mr. and ~Mrs.  John Marshall, and on Tuesday afternoon was united In marriage with Will "  Kelly- of Elko, Rev. H. Varley  officiating.  Micsptutb Smith of Stetler and Mrs*  Gilletz of Calgary, Alberta, are home  t_t present on a visit with their mother,  Mrs. Wtncobmitau.  Jack Barraclough has had the good  luck to recover tha colt which strayed  from the ranch -a couple of months  ago, & resident near Yahk  bringing      _  the animal  In  on  Monday.   The old  The depart- horse hi Bti.ll vntoaing, and le probably  IL o best Iin Chr������.nhi*ook by now.  A Heme Comb Black Minorca hen  belonging to H. Ostendorf hung up  the 1QSS Valley rocoi d for big ������%g production c������m morning last week when  It produtMi a sample of hen fruit  wclgbtes P* ������***_���������*������������, and measuring Ofl  Inches titout-d the _ndo, and 83 Inches  In  clwumfefv-nee.   The   bird   herself  only weigns ay !���������������������*������**���������* THE    REVIEW,    CItfiSTOX,    B.    C.  The  name  "Red Rose'*  has   been  a  guarantee  of   quality   for   30   years  TKe ORANGE PEKOE is extra good.    Try it!  Canada  At Wembley  C.P.R.    Pavilion    at    British     Empire  Exhibition to be  Renovated    --  "Work is'already in progress on .the  complete! .renovation  of the  Canadian  Pacific Railway Pavilion  at the British Empire Exhibition.      Exhibits will  be re-arranged and many now features  added,  and   the   million   or  vso   people  who saw this .exhibit    last   year   will  again  have  an   opportunity  of  seeing  new  phases  of Canada's  agricultural,  industrial-and aocial life.    During lhe  1924 .'exhibition; over a million pieces  of literature were issued and it is hoped     tlifit   ' this     year���������providing     the  -weather is b-tter than lust year���������that  the attendance- at the Canadian Pacific, Pavilion will be at least double the  j number that attended in   1924.  Wreaths On Overseas Graves  wg     ������r-~*-  "Madtt in Canada under Government iuporviri'on.'  A Real National Policy-  tmt soft, delicate-  shades, or boil to dye  rich, permanent collars. Each 15-cent  p a c ka- g e. contains^  directions so simple_  *"������������������ .   - nny woman can dye  or tint lingerie, silks, ribbons,, skirts,  waiSts,..- dresses, " coats, stockings,  sweaters, -.-draperies, coverings, hangings,, everything i_ew.  B.uy "Diauiond Dyes"���������no other kind  ���������7-ami tell your druggis* whether the  material-you wish to-color 13. wool ..or  SESli^  'A/^k  ty '.^������^A/W'">  The welcome announcement comes from Ottawa that at. long last a real  effort is to be made by the Federal Government and the Canadian National  Railway in an endeavor to overcome the geographical obstacles which separate Western Canada from the central Provinces, and the central provinces  from the Maritimes, and in so doing assist to make. Canada independent of the  Unltud States in so far as one article at least is .concerned,-namely, coal.  , -Ever since Confederation became an accomplished fact it has been the  aim of all Governments to develop the Dominion along east and west lines, and  thus make it, as. far as possible, a self-con mined, selfTSiipporting national unit.  Hundreds of millions of dollars have heen expe-nded in the effort in--the-construction of transcontinental railways, building, of! canals, development of harbors on the Atlantic and Pacific coasts, and in the maintenance of a so-called  national fiscal policy..  Nevertheless, rich a.s the Dominion unquestionably "is in natural resources  ol all kinds, and, ih particular, with billions of tons of coal, the! central Provinces of Canada have remained '"dependent  on the United States and gone on  importing fuel supplies to  the extent of approximately one hundred millions j sj]-j   or; -whether it is "Tiuen   cotton or  of dollars.annually,"'with the-result thatythe importation of coal has constitut-mixed ������-oods  ed the chief item in our adverse balance of tradewith the! United States. I  The..difficulty has been,-of course, that Canada's1 coal deposits are to be j  found in the extreme eastern and the exireiiie western Provinces -while the  bulk of Canada's consuming population, and manufacturing industries are to  be found in the central Provinces, and the cost of transportation of coal has  been too great to enable it to be laixi down in Ontario and Quebec in "competition with United States coal. N f  Thus Canadian dollars have paid the wages of thousands pf miners in the  United States, have provided! tonnage and revenues to United States railways, I  and paid dividends to United States mine owners, the while Canadian miners  and railways have lacked employment ahd our natural resources, which |  should have been adding to the wealth of Canada, have remained undeveloped,  and the people and industries of the central Provinces -have lived in the precarious position of possibly having their fuel supplies shut off at. any time  that labor conditions forced a fuel shortage across the line.  In an effort to correct This situation the ("oveinuieiu has announced a twofold plan. First, arrangements have been made with the.Canadian National  Kailways to transport 100,000 tons of Alberta coal during the spring and early  summer months to Ontario at."the low rate of $7.00 per ton, or only a Httln  more than one-half the present rate. This movement, will take place at the  season when railway traffic is at low ebb. The'experlment in haulage of  these solid trains of coal -will be closely "watched, and from -tht" experience  gained it is hoped that, while no great profit i. .expected to result to the Canadian National Railways direct ly, there will not be any great operating loss,  and that employment will be provided during an otherwise, slack period.  To meet the .Maritime problem the Government, propose-, to pay a bonus  or royalty to concerns which will develop plants for the tuoning of Nova  Scot ia coal in. 10 coke 10 be sold in the central Provinces in competition with  l-niit-.-d S'aies anthraeiie. This Nova Scotia coal can be brought, by water  t lansporiii. tiun 10 Mom real���������the cheapest form of transportation���������and, in  addition to coke, si-vera I oilier by-products of comiiUtcial value can he ob  mined.  ihi--   two-fold  experiment   ;**   providing  Ciinitdian   coal   for  1 a ml   thereby keeping Canadian  money at   home, provUl-  :he  exirenie  east   and  west, and  keeping  onr  own trans-  biu-v.  res is very   largely,  il   indeed  not. wholly, whli  tho  ������������������   oi   the   i-vo   ..-em-a.-l   Provinces.       They, are  strong  eie-s jt)  ihe matier til   tariffs,  exports duties  on raw  iii'itej--__S-.. .���������:.-.       is   now   reuiain.s   to be  seep   wli'-iber  ihey  will   prove  equally  fltvong   mi--pon a rs   o,   a   national   coal   policy,   or   ulieiher   they   will   continue  doing as  ilu---   h;������v*.  done  in  ilu*  pasi,  follow  lhe  line  of least resi.slunce,  the  ea-h-st   ���������*���������'<;.'.  and   *ru  <iii   bu.-inp.   I'niied   Stales  aioal   whh'h   is,   comparatively  . pe-iking, ui  iht-ir tloor. . m whiclt tin y have so long been accustomed lo Using,  and  tor : le- ust- of wliich  iheir planr.s  liave been.designed.  Canadians Who  Wish to  Have Graves  of Soldiers Who Fell in Great War  Cared For Can Do $0 Through  St.  Barnabas  Hostels  "And yours are there and so are mine.,  Rank upon rank and  line "on line"."*  At this time of the year the relatives  ol fallen heroes of the war a.re longing  for an opportunity to visit the graves  in   France,   particularly   to   see   ihat  they   are   appropriately- cared   lor   at  "Easter.      Unable to do this, ii. is reassuring to know that    there    is    an  Ing    and    tinting    is j agency  through which  they can have  guaranteed with Dia- j wreaths put on the graves and which  tit on d      Dyes.      Just I will    thovoup-h'v   and   reverent lv   ner-  'DIAMOND  Perfect home dye  Would   Ban  U.S.   Fishermen-*  ���������A resolution was passtM at a meeting in Prince "Rupert, B.C., of the Retail Merchants' Association and the  Fish Boat Owners' Association, asking  the Dominion Government io close "ill  British. Columbia - ports to United  Slates fishing vessels whose owners  or captains do not maintain a residence in British Columbia, or do not  buy Iheir supplies at Chose ports when  selling their fish therein.  BujicaStrenphf ^  !t6*l4r6\*v!?^  7-y7.ycy.-ta ^my^AArAM  dip in cold water to j form this act of faith.  The succ-.-. of  ("���������Mario and Qui bee  in.2* em_������it-> nte.i! in  portation. co-iip-mie^  fa-opit* and maniiiae'iirer  tulvocate.s oi ntitionitl pol  a-:c.  l''<>f   till.'   Krlli  S-i *..   national   \ 1 *  N.������ i inllrl a    Hit il v. .1  ��������� ol ("ana tl a ii i-' 1 o be  w 01" this mailer :tiu  ;.',-,   i, rid   i '.<������������������   eon I   t| e;i h  hoped   I lie  '-,  join   forces  it:  To   be   .-'llr.'C'ert-'fi.il   il    in list   lt������-   per-dsl ed  <lo'ihii-tli,\   i>a"<-oine  int|ep'-in|eni   .������,  tar  ���������nirnl  l-rovinoes will  lake ;\  with   lhe  (tovernnienl,   lhe  51  run King this  <. .-.penmen), a  success,  in, bin   if tiers I!-, 1. ed in, Canada can units its  fuel  snp|jly  is com:������ -rn< tl.  St. Barnabas Hostels, 7 Hobart  Place, London, S.W.I., is such an institution. By arrangement with, them  wreaths of various sizes and equalities can be placed on the grave ot a  -fallen soldier and can be done by  Easter, providing the local ion of the  grave can be givei*. them ten days beforehand. Wreaths can be placed on  graves at C.irlstinas, Easter and Armistice days, and on ���������other occasions -by  special arrangement if if is so desired.  On each occasion the hos-tels provide  the relatives with a smaii-photograph  to show that the request has been carried* out.  People can also become annual subscribers to the hostels, in which case  they are entered in the register and  wreaths will be placed oh specified  graves every Easter without furlhei  notice. A report .of Ihe condition ot  the grave is made and sent to each  subscriber each'year- <  Coining highly recommended by the  impertkl war graves ccfhimissioYi, St.  -Barnabas is one of the institutions engaged in this work that can be relied  upon to the utmost. One of the reasons that long notice is required is  that this wo*?k and the photographic  work very often entail long "journeys  hy car over bad roads.  The same institution has organized  a number ot* pilgrimages of old country people 'to Flanders Fields. A  great deal has been written of these  impressive ceremonies attended by  large gatherings of mourn.���������rs. But  these pilgrimages are out of reach of  many Canadians, in which case tho  service that can be performed for them  is the work of placing flowers on the  graves and providing the, relatives  with the knowledge that it is done.  See the new SMP Dairy Pail  next iinte you are in town.  They are made of special quality, high finished tin, have  large dairy pail ears, riveted  ���������with large rivets, soldered  flush. 100% sanitary. Cut  out this advertisement. Show-  it to your regular dealer. Ke  hits our authority to give yon  a special !Jow price on a pair  of these fine pails.  DAIRY  PAILS  174  Sire-ns For Submarines  Klei-tr',-   sir.-n-i   tor   Miibmnrkiies   have  been   i-i v'a'tii--.d   by   :j   Swedish   en i.i nee ������������������  1 u   pre vi ti t   0- |li- ion -  of  the  boats  and  to   warn   other   v.--.-������,���������!*   tu   rle;ir  tain   01'  ill''     WH\      Wt|a-JI     Ilia-     Mills    i" I'i-    itbl-lil      I ������>  return 10 lb- stii;'aec of tin- v-'itti-r.  ( .....  Tie* hide of a tow pi'oijtio"^ aboil".  1 hiriy-fi -a- pt-auml-: 01 ii'iti itw; iji.ii ot  a   lior.--i-  about.   el"*htei-n   iioinult.  'i'liihiv <'iuti:i probabl;. has iiie i-,h-^-  ������������������-it   ailinb'-r in  ..ohllei-.-. t>i  i.ny  iiuiiou.  llieli  liiwl  I host  The    hi Iter  worms that inl'e>*.t. children from  alrili are <������f two lcinds, those that  odgemeni in tht' stoniiicli and  ihal are lound in the 111 I es I lues.  Hit*   most,   destructive,  a re  as  tiny cliiiK   '<������   the   walls  of ihe  In-  |.-.;aitir.i    .till!     if    not   Int.t rfereil   wllh  j work    liiivo-*    there.        "vlillf>r'������   Worm  1 J'owflers di.-|odge both kinds ami while  'expelling ih"iii  Irom the nyi-li'iii .m-rve  i������ repair I In* dauia'tge 1 hey liavi* caused.  Boys' Suit, Showing an Attractive Combination of Material*  , Careful thought must be given to  outfitting the sturdy small hoy, who  fequircs garments suitable fbr general  utility wear. The suit No, 1021 con-  fcistH of blouse with l<Jng or short  iiieeve*. and straight side-closing trotu-  Vis which button to the'blouse. It may  be made of all one material, or of u  acomhinntioti of contrasting niaterial.4  5ns shown in the -"ketch, The pattern  2, A tttid <* yenrs, th������  *?  cut: for iiiz-cFt  I.I ,1 1 pfiol,   J-:ngl:itid,   i,-.   1 he  linitier ni:ti!e-t In the wttrld.  gl'l'ttle.st  nour-year size rei|tiinng 1 J-ft yartls of  !*(i-iiK'h mat^ri'il for lite Motise, aur":  lVi y.-ii'd-i for the trousers ami blouse  t_rtiiimin_.!"a  How To Order Patterns  Address���������VVianlpoa Newspaper Union,  175 McOcrmot Ave., Winnipeg  Proved safe by*million^ and prescribed by,physicians far  Headache  VRIAfb  fo-.*/oo-tEVES  Refreshes i irea nyes    m  -VrlteMi   Iti-*"  ..Cltk- H������������/erPyrf.:������rcIVit-.*c gg  For   Sore   Feet���������Miriar-1'u   LiUtrnent   -        I'itllerii  Cattle   Carried   By   Gav-rnmo'it   Ship*        '  15") ���������vee-i    May,     IU22,    iitltl    .lull.    "I.      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I-iii  For   Sr>--a   Thrr>'it    Use    "VirtarrJ's    I7nl.  *n������������it  I'nn un  Send   'J'le   e ������lu  ir.l la  w I si lllpH  lullyv  (wtjtp   coin  t  Aaa|llllll    \.    liatt    Italic-   laaul i.     I I .tj_:i.a������ll a-.a    lu    a������4lia������ai^i     ..������'    a_u������Ja*M:    "^.'.aaa...'.,������ji.,..     ������������������"    .'.!.. U'<l|.'  ������i-Mtwla(-r <>r !*������lt./llin.:t.l lAa^atiyt dUHcytla AaliV, "H*.. ������.. Jt..ny. . "Willi* It I* v/HI tcrutv-'Ji  I laut _.it|������la1"> lunautt UuVatv uiauiur ������<it Hla-, Uk uianUll: Ittti iliililtat iVUf-tlUKt. Ijtt.IlnttiiltM. I In* 'I'mIiI-I-  ���������f   ttmyttr   l>iuii._u.    valll   taa   aamtufoal   wlUt   t_J������U*   m'UUCJ.1   IXJWlaV MMii.   UUO    "JiJaiVl.-   Ccvaiit/"  -_M  mmimm  _M  mfflbtmwm  \32smmmsm __-_  TELE    BlSVJL-iW^'    OBi^fcJTUI?.    -U.    U,  flaking tne Town and Rural  Home More Attractive Witt.  Causes Unrest In Japan  Flowers-, St rut t  ery an  _T  rees  _y  A bare viuatir'ac-tive-ihGUsv "brings nc  creclit/"!tQ. ils'CoCciipan'-:      If aril "-homes  -���������were lil^e those! occasionally seen both  in town?^ihd3couhj.ry -places yre- wojiteY  rfce comifeli'<*<l "to liang*"'our heads in the  presence of visitors from -Jilier land.*-.  ."���������AVhy should  any home  with  a bit  ".ground present a stark uninviting  -.pea ranee ?      Few  k  Jewish  rarmers* in  aa _. A* -.���������__���������   ���������      >  ���������Race  amies  Is. M������t  Connected Solely   With  -. ..  Mercantile Pursuits -.   .,���������   '  Those persons who "habitually think  of  the Jew  as   connected  solely   wiih  and  -industrial     pursuits  -o1-! mereanjdle  ^P-   must  havo  widened  Iheii" eyes- when  countries can boast j lIlt.y   learned   from   ,he   report  or  t]le  of as wide *\ range of hardy plant ins . jowisli  Agricultural   Society  ilia.   7*",-  Jmaterial,   and   where*   can   helpful' in-   OD0 Jews are far ruin,  /formation  aud co-operative assistance  limore  easily   be   obtained?       Our   ex-  iiperimenlal I'srms and agricultural colleges   exist   to   discover   for  the   cifi-  on   plants  the  horfi-  a million  act e&  of land in'the'" United-States. "    II  is  irue that this-is not impressive  from  'the standpoint ol-proportion. Seventy-  [flve   thousand   Jews   are   only   slightly  all j  Wtjfivr.   i li������-i *r������     O    -i-__n,-i-    *  ,---���������������������������������������������-      a.a*L������.lA       aW       JV^   J 1  , estimated * Jewibli  VIII.    Vtl      I.LIU    lAILUlll J    I>  liopulation of 3,000,-  ^e-ns   reliable*   information  ?and  cullural methods, and  " cultural. societies .stand %ready, at an ; 000, whereas the entire numbw-of per  Climes to help tho so who desire to im-j-sona on th<i >armB ������br -Lhe COUntrv is  .prove their home, surroundings.   ..���������      I approximately 32,000,000, or"    30  .;    One has onfy to attack the "problem jCt_nt> of lhe tolal p0pUia1to'n;  :.'or beautifying his place to find assist-  per  Tbe    number    of    Jewish     farmers,  and    -when, once ������ however, is none  the  less   significant  the   way  opens , Cor   pro-   for  Ks must ration  y.ceedhig with the .undertaking. Vv belli- ! Tw������.i_tv-fiv<_  ���������*"er it "be* *he   nlautin1*-   of   **=  Tipflco.   a  .^���������ance on every'side,  ^"commenced  years  ot*  ago  a.    tendency.  there     were  Status of Agriculture In  Tte Dominion "Is Now  Decidedly On the "  r*. -.-J  vauicu  i-*i   _  VJJV*Ci  ?t -remit  3  L/p'grade  d������  Large  Proportion   of   Western  Canada  Wheat Yet fto fas. Marketed  Ca-iscLian. agriculture exiter-i^nc-*1'"  j its elevations and depressions like any  I other induscry, iht-se fluctuations be-  possib-ly   more   violent  and   mare  The Dominion minister of agricu*,- _ difficult to anticipate since the state  ture says, Canada still has -10,000,000j of prosperity of Canadian fanning Is  bu&heis ot" vi lic-.it in the i ermine I ele- ] largely*" dependent upon world comll-  vators at Ft. William, willL perhaps as j tions, supply and demand. During  much  more in storage  elsewhere,   all} the years of the Gre-at War, Canadian  -*elump of shrubbery, a hardy border, or  y ��������� few vines, some thought must, be giv-  r. en beforehand, syid. this.is j,Ue season  fr-for making the necessary" plans.  4 Trees have their place in grounds  -I"that are roomy, but other things can-  ��������� .not prosper when trees monopolize the  "���������"whole space,     -,Oii .the-   other .hand,  .���������j-where tree'planting has been; negleet-  *ed and there is spacg";for--botli"*{i-ees  J and smaller" Ornamentals, "some  eare-  * fully -selectedyyarietfes should be chosen.       Of these there are many  kinds  ... V. 1 ��������� .  uu I J-  Their numbef has now increased ao\-\  enty fold.      This movement, nioreo. er, | fc.Ucllewan*_ jia. e decided**lo appoint a  has been.jruunLng* counter_ to. the gen-| "  cral   tide   of the  WICKHAM  STEED * _ -;  former Editor I of the ."London Times,  who has created anxiety among Japanese by speeeh on Yellow Peril.  For a Livestock PooB  Committee'Will Investigate Feasibility  Of Adopting plan  The    committer',    investigating    the  ;t livestock pool for Sasir j  waiting for the opening ot navigation.  t.  fit most seasons it is counted a  handicap   that   a   large   proportion   of"  Canada's' wheat- has to be carried  through the v-snlr-r and marketed in  j ihe spring following tlie year in wliich  ir. was grown. " This- year is emphatically the exception'lo thai rule. The  wheat is worth more now* than when  it was threshed, allowing for insurance  and shrinkage and all incidental  carrying expenses. .        '  A country that finds itseir with SO,-  000,000 bushels of wheat left in the  granaries when spring comes, and  willi wlieat --elling for ?1.72 cents per  1-_11  tall  . "���������  1  agriculture experienced a period of un-  pa-ralfelled prosperity.. In. the aftermath it suffered a,sev������-_*e slump dire to  the depreciation of prices fof farm  products. Just now the status of Dominion agriculture is'distinctly on the  upgrade again.  According to the last .government  estimate of the value* of field crops in  Canada of the 1924 crop, and taking  \he number of farms as returned at  the last census, an average total of  $1,334 went to eacli*fai-m in the Do-'  minion from this source, or an aver-.  age- of.$1,340.in the three-prairie provinces.' According to the"_overttmem's re.  eta.    ui ttattj.Mre,  ol tlte   country's  from the farm lo the cities.  Ill..tori calls*     the     Jewish  race  has  been a race ol" merchants and traders  rather-than, a race given   to  agriculture.    .   But" it  -may    be   -questioned  whether  this   has     been    the  feasibility of  kntchewai  special committee of three to conduct  population j a preliminary inquiry among Lhe iive-  \vkoil>     of    "racial'tempcta ment   and  tradition.      <_*rcjudicc   in   Russia  and  In other countries of Europe lr-d to the  not-commonly-gt own, that when used j enactment of laws wliich prevented a  ������i'trg.   rlaaati-nr������. a������vn    Im    111.      luimo     ttn H teil���������i  _ ...  _0 ���������..���������^   ...     , ��������� ��������� ��������� jew irom-owning .and  or ,even   rrom.  ". larly -when so placed as to screen un- . en^ging in agriculture.      Under such  ..-sightly  views.       A  full  planting  plat, , comll,lons lhe Jevf -vas forced lo RC,ik  -yneeds  to make  jr> kinds   o������   trees   and  'p baceous   perennials  provision for suitable j a 1������vcllhood jn other parsullSf aml his  shrubs   and   her  as   well   as   their  ^'location  according to  the  size of the  .".property anu the style and position of (  i- the house.      A simple,  rather than a I  I  -���������.complex arrangement  is  to    be    pre-  7! ferred, not.only because it is less .ex- I  : * pensive, but as a rule more pleasing, j  It is  now  regarded  as  a  mistake ato" J  -' break up  the  lawn  with   flower  beds  k. or   even   shrubs.       These   had   better  '"��������� occupy positions skirting the walk or  -."embellishing a corner,   -or    screening  ;- abrupt angles of the cLwjelling.- - What  ������, is known  as  fou.ad&tiOn'-'.planting has*  "rVbecome popular.      It is done witli low  7-. shrubb.   and   vines   and* should- bo   so ���������  :j* placed as to appear to tie the dwelling \  "->to its surrounding grounds.  j children,  naturally,  grew up  ypursui's.���������New      Vork     Her:  in  ild  stock ship}-ing associations in the  province. Kach point will be visited  by the committee.  Tin.-   coiiinjittee   ^consists of George t  T.angley, .-"Regina ;   'It. Wright," Drink-j  result^ ivajer. . ang^  Ed waul-    Evans, " Moose i  Jaw.      W. J. Fisher, Tyvan, and G. E.  Good, Fitlnture, were appointed alternatives   in   the   event   of  any   of  "the  members  of thr- committee bcir.g  unable   to servre.       \V. -Waldron,- acting  markets commisisonrr/will act as sec-1  retary of the commit fee.  At   the   suggestion   ol   F.--H.   Auld,;  J.T3     cl     tV/LIU-ll ^       IUUL  is a long -way fiom  bc-ing as hard up  as jl   might  be.      That carrying-over  j represents  ihe  balance  of  a  crop  so  'large   (hat-it  could   not   be   marketed. -----  I J-ast   fall, nor piofltably cleared out bj. .the  rail haul during Ihe "Winter. -And it  represents a ttometidous ���������puiit ,of  money to be  loose during the  spring  months as working capital for the  Coming season's operations.���������Edmonton Bulletin.  those  and  I Tribune.  Prairie   Optimism  Petrified   Forest   lit  Nevada  Trees  Turned   tc    Stone   in   Obscure  Mountainous Region  That there is a petrified forest; one  of the most beautiful in the country,  deputy miriia-tPr or ii.irl.-iilt.ire.. it "was j within 40 miles of Tonopah, Xev., is a  -'   ������������������       *    -     -   -������������������    *        More than  don   ra**garcling s 100 * pet rifieal   trees  are   stilly standing,  ii   .iffeets  the pool! 3us1- as  ll"ie>r gi-'cw  origintiily.      Little  agreed  thai  the <-omnuit.ee of inquiry { fae* not generally known  -radir-  as  /  has heen written about  this forest on  /**  /k  Plan To  Overcome    -  Depletion Of Forests  Toronto  Dean   Has Suggestion  Which  Would Protect Canada's Timber  e     Canada's  forests,, which are said to  S"  ^exceed even the hiiftes'in antittalp'rO-"  ��������� ,'^.tluc.t.Eoii of wealth, and are rivalled only  & by -wheat as the Dominion's greatest  ������?��������� asset, are being wiped out of existence  i-^by private greed and destructive fires,  ; -said Dr. C. D. Howe, dean of forestry,  ^University of .Toronto.- To overcome  ���������������������������&this great great loss, Dr. Howe suggested that the average annual growl Ii j M*' '''^ 0*,,li  A per 'aero, in each district where lim-K������i'<"ig'to n  ber rigli'Ls^are gi-aiired; be ascerLtiEncti, i  Says. -Feeling- Is    More--Pronounced  Thatr Usual   This,  Spring.  * "Prairie   crop prophets  are already  comparing    the    present  season with  ���������spring conditions preceding the-bumper crop ol* 1915," said Charles Murphy,-  of Winnipeg,  general manager of the  Caiuidiail    Pacificy Railway's   -vvesteirn  lines," after a.n" irispeetiontrip through  the pi'tiii'ie provinces antf~l*lriii-"h Columbia.       "Tlie  usual   optimistic  feeling of Wc-tcwi  Canadians is  a  little  more   pronounced   this     spring     than  u.-mal,"   "Mr.   Murphy   stated.-M^ho   attributes   this' cheerfulness    to     these  promising conditions on Ihe  land and  ! to the lavge amount ol' mones* which  j has  been circulated as  the  result of  j the high prices received for last year's  ' crop.   ���������-!- ���������'.' .....      :,   .   ��������� ���������       ���������:.- ::k  j account   of   its  inaccessibility.  forest  covers  several  hog  method of marl-el ii.-r.  If  the   preliminary   inquiry   in   Sas  katchewan    warrant.--    lhe    committee,,    'lhe     unique  proceeding   furlIkm-.  tlio  general  com-i  miUoe -will'decide whether or ont the J wiil\ fossilised "bones of animals, and  coinmiltce shouItF  conduct further in"-t  restigation.. in ivr.rrdioba, Alberta, On-! entrance   lo   tlie   forest   is  through  The  a  turns, -for ilic- previous year. ������������j.M."Ci-opi_  account for only 66 per cent, of the  gross agricultural 1 wealth, which would  make' the income' of the- average''Canadian farmer in 1924, $2,020, or that of  prairie province farmer ?2!930.  This is a very fair sho"wing in a consideration that the calculation includes  farmers who are "merely making a  comnibncement as -well, as those definitely established, and that the farmer's  method of living excludes many expenses incurred by other citizens of  the country.  It    will    be    found that despite the  various vicissitudes to which Canadian  farming is "subjected    and    the   many  fluctuations   it   undergoes,   ir,   at   any  time, possesses    distinct    advantages  over the same pursuit carried on elsewhere.       As   a  new   country,   of   low-  priced  lands,  high  soil   fertility,  and  excellent      tiansportation       facilities,  farming is distinctly advantageous not  only to .the newcomer -who has never  farmed before and is given the opportunity of acquiring a farni for the first  time,   but   to   the  established   farmer  -who finds- his -operations limited an(j  expansion hampered. >  tario and  in the-" U-nited   States.  On-tb-the-Bay  Large Sums For Improvements  C.P.R. to" Spend $3,500,000   ir������   British  Columbia  Approximately ^3,500,000 -will be* expended this year in British Columbia  by the   Canadian  Pacific "ftailwity,   ac-  ati aimouncGiiv*iLt made by  Charles Murphy; of .Winnipeg,.general  ���������*;_ Dr, Howe declared thp.t ii* this plan  "?i.wtiB made law nnd strictly .enforced,  it would nieriri" the present ��������� roreWt  wealth of Canada would be immortal,  antl the , capital slock yield a tremendous annual dividend to the end  of I hue. ** x  er improve-*  jmenl's    for    the year .throughout the  'province,    extension   ol' trackage and  terminiil -facilities .In ���������.y-incouy.er  and  general upkoep,  .,, ''" vCarip'clian^'Q'oing  &_���������tit ������������������.-,...  Duiiing'tlije"s������,v;ei'i Tnontlis otuletl^aii-  i^uiu*y:'atl, 3Ilj2i5,.!172,3*?;l CanadlttnB^-einl-  ^Ki'tited; to tlio' United. SttileH un*)l'-'dG-  'rtiiru'tl th.i'h* intention of ruiildlng tlu-rt-  pei'mtmeiilly -tceordlug to ftgun-H is-  hiied hy the United St'ttea dpiitirtmvnt  of Itibor in connection with operiiflon  of the ('Uotn law'that, bci.-anv' effective  July  I. .IU2I  Sl^ve-s $Ll"il' Sold In Arabia ,;  The _;l_kV.*''irada;- J-IIH Ek^nlsiu-.s 5rj  _\rnbln where 11*^1.^.10 irifc wur''existh between tlio lltiftUi'mile family, lhe for-  imei' ruleiH of "Mi'ccsv.'im<1 Bulliiti Ibn  Hautl! <lit> Wnhahl leader niul confOHt-  mit of tho (nu.s*"t'h������-.7yt-sli-d .rttrhi-a to  MoMlem'-j hoi it ;h I. city. One of Ibn  Baud'a Hi-hI, ncl.H alter altnclcing the  ���������iKedjiivs :*������V"������**:l'itj fji'-Vr Vtiii'iay,fc-?rtTr'o.';   '  To IMalce Britain Dry  7* A new .TJ-pvement. I:p make 'GretU  BrJlaln dry Is reported by tho London  Daily ."-"xpr.wfl, A secret: conference  of 117' delei-fiite*-, rcpre^itilltiKf-*37 prb-  lilbitlqulst and t^.ijipe-i'anco organlza-.  ���������-tloitB'; a I'eAV: duyw ago, tteeided 1p .lutfy  'nil ilirCerutt'coH atitl i'n'e.seni:' a solid  front to the enemy. Strtitglit prohibition is not .the first aim a!' ,tli<. niovp-  ment, hut local option.  Meeting of Saskatchewan Branches to  Be   Held, 'n   Regina 3  Representatives of the various  branches of the On-to-the-Bay Asso-  eiatiou in Saskatchewan will be called  together :il 11 meeting to be held, in  Regina as soon as arrangements can'  be .made. ' 7   . 7  "-Plans for conducting an aggress lite  e-impaign in f'ty-"*r of ��������� the* early com-!  pletion'.of. the Hudson's Bay Rallwa,y,  will-.biB"''"discvHsecL at the meeting, and  tlie retiuest of headetuarters tluvt'" .a  series of Lectures be given at: various  points In Saskatchewan inustral:*>cl  with lantern slides made from photos  taken along the H.13. route.���������Uoglnw:  Leafier. r '.  smaLl canyon which -widens into a river bed -"vhi'.h, iu design, reminds one  somewhat, of tlte Grand Canyon.  /  Menace  of Weeds     Annual Loss to Western Provinces  From Weeds Runs Into Millions  A series or conferences will be "held  in the province during lhe coming  sum met to re-luce .nnd, if possible,  wipe* out the annual loss caused to  the Farmers-by -noxious.-weeds. This  loss is estimated for Saskatchewan  alone at ^25,000.000' a year. A similar figure,has been assigned to Manitoba. - What the annual loss from  wee dais, in Alberta would probabl y  "place lhe annual loss from noxious  weeds in the litre a .prairie provinces  at $60,000,000, aL least, or .-"-SO,000,000  in each province,-���������Regina Leader.  Wonderful  the so *-.  -chrysanLUothuras'  '"Aren't.  beautiful?*"'  "C itariuEng-^a nd.r'itll  able cploiC ������������������* l^u'.(:'-������������������'Nature .  ful?"'-' :A\J'   k   %>$'<:���������..,$ A :  'su<? ltd ta-nfeHioK.,-*:  : wo ii tier-  No Need to be Called  Tha-Hon and Ihe lamb'had just lain  down'together. "As for mo," remarked tlie lion,'."I 8hduId like lo be called  at 7.30 in lhe nuorning." paid ihe  lamb: "Don't bother to call, me; I'll  probably get: up wh'en the lion does."*  Prefers Airplane to Horse .--  Mail Pilot-Has^Trled Forced Landings  From Both  Experiences in two "forced-landings" in the Ruby Mountains of Nevada have convinced air mail pilot Un-  ger that riding a horse is more hazardous than fixing an airplane.  Unger was flying" a mail plane  between Elko, Nev., and Salt'^ Lake  City recently -when he broke- a set of  gears and.was forced to land, in the  mountain's- A randier:, lent him a  horse to tide to the nearest telephone  to get assistance. lte got there all  right, and then (started back! to'his  plane. -  "I mounted, or started to mount ,'*  wrote I'nger, "and, a*s all true western horses do, (his one look off, in ������.  climbing turn before I got in the��������� seat  and had my -*a.fety beat fastened. To  make a long story short, I over-controlled, her nose went down and 1  spun, or pido-gwiped*���������I don't know  which���������into the gfouind with great  speed.  "Sly lelft ankle broke in two place.-}  With tlte Majority  "I  see  tlial   Miss  i'-.Mich. has Joined  the -rroiti: niajorHy," Haiti .Towcf*,k'.*'.'?���������  "���������Whrit"?'*'- t-ichilme't! r^*irwn!'-/;*,4'"f"Ivin d-'ivd, in Hhn?",.,.    ���������V'7-'Y'rf"3^3   "'!*  .   ''Wo,V:replied .Tones., > .,VSI)0 ninrrled  a mtih named Smith."   ..     :' : '  %%*lm*4l*mil*m<m*m  -V-  *<-'  'uk'v  1MI'  ,   He Had Vision  Tommy < iu" toy chop).��������� I would ilk ti  that engine; but 1 know1 fn flier; won't  let   1110   havo   It.       Could ,you   put   11  ,UvJJ,,     fmti    mid   ilntJi    1    ^_������.'L   ijlt-i    ������aiit."������lh������������ri.  or HometliSjiR't  ii'  | and I was well -.hakeivup hy the for������-  | ed.landing." '���������  m The Wife \Va������ R'-flht  Jones    and    his    nVire were talking  iiboitL tbe leniaikable    U Is coy tries    in  King Tutankhamen**? ncnib  "Isn't It wa-antletfiil. my tlonr?'" **aid  Jones. ���������'Tln-y actually "found In tlte  tomb Cornell*-., and e.li-_lrs 30 c--inurl*.a  old and .in good eondUion,"  "Well." replied his wife. "I've ill-  iv.4>>. .si������la:3 i. ii.i.t.1 lu Kin. lout; juh lu  buy  Ilia- best."  Is Champion Wheat Groweir  ���������f.oi'btvi.tt-'Mlleliell   nnd hln wife,'of Dtthlndi., Snflk., who return**tl  Mr. MK-  thls- hon-  v -" -'Mr. -X  1o   ("aruitln   on   the   Canadian   T'aelflf- liner "'Montiohi."' recrnrly,  the]I,'.who liolde the.title ol' "World's "vVhnnt: Clmmpiom" nnd Avon  oi- IJjjv <jyvixar;.'. 3ji ;:,__c-" ..������������������Jiiioiia, hiii.i Le.i.-Ji   ilvI3'vi.'J'J-'K     <*'      lAiiwh     cii"  thrrt'ugiloiil 'tarei-i'l' Britain on the advniua^OH Camidn -offet'H S'or tlm  Some people ������fo very literal, A  broad shouldered lutlividuttl. obviouMy  a country t"*ivtire, emered a well-l.ttowu  hattt.-i**H in PW-i-udlll**, London.  .An imniHeuIaite a-asiHtMit ainuosu-hed  him und tf-aid, Buaveljj-; "And wluu lq  y*mr plt-usure, ^kll���������",,"  The country squira* pond-*rect n moment, antt then made reply: "Fo-" hunting, chiHtty. IJui vih������. ������ wkiu how Iii  :������ h;it."  ������ai.. H.-*.aJ 1 i J>  HfOlf-t-.  I!  Kvery month  m *>m In.    <!-!������*>     H.t"t������  r-larl to work  ."i.OUO chUdrtit  In N*w,  tilt.!     |j>ai,������,a.a it..:     J  1. a a t JIV J.- ���������     ,44  L"PHC ���������������������������������������������" ���������'    -  - ���������������������������-���������  OGILVIE Coeds are  Users -recommend  LETTERS TO THE  1!   districts- covex-dl  ii_  "Biitlsh _   ,  I]  umbia by tho shippon") wht> aub-  Thm Marketing Agreement?  aox&be hereto* -  * <f> *Tbia plan ot marketing is  ���������atpiwli " ! ''  -:-; w^^Rita*?' '������ig!Pee^  bfnd^g upon each pei*-K>n or ^^  p^I-v'.^te������iii*t*!'.' this:  hiaveuiot  "10 Iff piiff  to keep the Milk.  Supply  and  oawy  0gilvie*s  Chick Food  for healthy Chicks.  A car of Ogilvie Products  just unloaded.   .  tafttasAns-'  Editcb Review. _  Sib,���������In   view of the somewhat]^  voluminous cor-respoHtlei.ee in theif|  ������%.-.-.   *_ arv     ������aa       a^ar ^     _    . ������������������  ..    ^"ja        IT    1  iMOmOES  JLJJtuy    jnews   mxuwrwu vita   wa-  Wigen and Gsbt Constable re tfce  .new i_iRfketin������ arrangement fo*-^  1925 as agreed to by tha Associated  Growers and independent shipping  organizations on one hand and the  whole-ale houses at prairie points.  it might be well to print -the full  test of the agreement which is se  follows.----'' - . r-"���������'*'"'"'-:;  "Whereas it is desirable that &  plan   of   co-operation     should   be  | worked  out between .ti  handling    froit7 and     V'  grown in fche Province   of  British  Columbia   and     the   jobbers   arid  wholesale trade off the Provinces of  Alberta9 Saskatchewan and   Manitoba, with a -view  of assisting the  growers   of    the   said,   frait    and  vegetables in procuring  better-and  5iai������i|j������.5-v  &aVEB^ElW Li(pl0B JOT  Notice of Application for Beer  Notice 3s hereby given tbat on or after the  7th day ofi July next the undersigned intends  to apply to the Liquor Control Board for a  license in respect of premises being part of the  building known as the Eriekson Hotel, situated  at Eriekson, B.C., upon the lands described as  _^_rataX_loe_������l������"Blod-- 24,.Lot!M2,Kootenay DiBSsiet.Nelson __i^ Registration Pis  triet, in the Province of British Colombia, for  the sale of beer by the glass or by the open  tanfcd a A?-- a_*>nsUEantion o������ the prejuises.  "Dated this 4th day of aTu_e,192_  ^~ SOBS B= HaVdEJN, Applicant  and  ntu-ro   a���������i,.-.  mmmmjiK>������Mj  HAV1BABU WATERS' PROTECTHMJ.0T  B.B.C. Chapter 115.  at a Committee consisting of  three*  persons,   consisting   of   one  I representative   of the jobbers, Tone    _   representative of  the associated or  co-operative     growers,     and     one  d* British Columbia, hereby gives notice that  he^.haa. under Sectton 7 of the Brid^Aot,  deposited -with the Minister of Public Works  at Ottawa, and in the ������ffioe of the Registrar of  the Land: Registry IMstrict of Nelson, at Nelson  a description of the site and tbe plan of a  Ferry, .proposed to be built over ^e WeetArm  of the Kootenay Lake adjoining* Harrop Wharf  aboutMmileaeastor. Nelson, EC.  And take notice that after the expSratkHi of  one month from tbe date of the first publication of this Eotice the Minister at Public  Works. Government of British Colombia, will  under Section 7 of the said Act, apply to the  MiniJe^r of Public "V������orkB at hia office in the  etfcv of Ottawa, for annpsval of the said site and  platnfl. and fur leave to construct the saia  Foggs LsudfagB"  Dated at Victoria. B.C., this ������th day of May,  VSB6' "W. H. 8UT7HlSlIJ_*j*ft.      __  Minister of Public Works  Provinco of Britiah Columbia  ILANO REGISTRY AGT  Section ISO.  ?  tN THE MATTER OF LOTS IT, 18 and 10. in  Block ��������������� of Lot SOL, Wan 85__  "Stoat imviDjr t*eea fll_t to wttfltoef ffie  _oaa of C*ertIBcatee of Title Noa. 1600O-A and  16M1-A to the above-mentioned lands in the  namefrot Joluti William Balnea. Thomas Haines  Ithe Kl_6r) and Thomas* Balnea (the *Yi  and dated tba 1st April and IBtb Ap������~. ..  iwp*������tkvrfy. I KEBTBBY OIVK NOTICE o  my Inteaxtion at the expiratinn of one calendar  month fta_n the ftrtifejmhltcatOon hereof to Issue  to Che-, said John William Baines, Thomas  j_te_M���������i and Thomas Balnea (Jr.) provisional  CertUkntesaf Tltia to lieu of such foot Certifl-  aMUBaV"' Any peivou _avia������r any itifswoMttoa  ilrtthTCttteenee 1������ ftnts- losTCertWcates of Title  ts --eq-ateated So oommunlcate witfr tthotiiider.  T>at_a at the Land Itegistiy Offlee. Nelson,  BlC, i__i 18th tU-y OT.!*aay> Waa.  A. W. IDIKjVI  Date oe flrat publication May 23,  6QVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT  Notice of Application for Beer  Liomue  NotBoe Ih hereby civen that on or after the  Iftth day or June next the undersigned intjmiin  to apply toth* Wrioor Control Balard for a  llcx-nsoinretmajctof premimw beinff part of tho  buildioff to bo known .as tho tourist Boer  Parlor, situated at Kricknon, B.C.. apoin the  lands described as Lot 8, of Lot 0053, Group  Qsss, K-jotet-ajr Dfstrlet, Nelwtn T^and Kea-liitra-  tien District, in tbe Province of British Col-jm-  bta, for the Male of boer by tho fflajmi ot by the  open bottle for consumption tm the prexnlses.  Dataod this 14th day of May. 102&     ,  ���������F-RKDKWCK W. SPlUKltR, Applloant.  mftttff ������900*31  to Ordmr*  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Storm in  connection  representative of the independent  shippers, shall be forthwith formed,  the said committee to have its  headquarters at Vernon in the  Province of British Columbia, and  to have the following purposes and  powers:  (a) **To allot by varieties to  each shipper, whether associated,  co operative or independeiat, .the  percentage off the jobbing business (storage stocks to be considered) of Alberta, Saskatchewan  arid Manitoba, as said shippers  tonnage of each variety is to the  total tonnage of eaohy variety of  British Columbia:  (b) *To   consider    and  agree  upoi.   proper   prices,   terms  and  conditions, at and for which said,  f rnits are to be sold to tlte wholesale    trads    of    the/sitfd  three  Provinces; alao   to 'consider and  agree upon   proper   prices, termt_*  and conditions at and   for which  the    vegetable    tonnage  of   the  shfpperfl who  become parties   to  this agreement will be sold: *  (o) *"To decide upon those  wholesale dealers or jobbers, if  any, who, beoauseof theif unwill  in guess or failure to support and  carry ont this plan of marketing  shall not be entitled to buy fruit  or vegetables from the under  signed shippers who adopt and  become a party to this, plan of  marketing, it being understood  and agreed that any wholesale  dealer or jobber not agreeing to  and carrying out this plan shall  not bii sold fruit or vegetables by  shippers adopting it:  (d) "Tlie committee is to be  governed by tho gsrinciplo oqitnl-  ity of treatment and full justice  in all respects to all shippers and  jobbers subscribing to the plan  and 'this d**cin3on of the committee or majority thereof, shall  be final and binding upon all  shipper* and jobbers who are  j-.f-.rtte*. ro t!**a e-arryfng; otit- of  this plan:  <������*������) t4Tbe jobbers ������nd wholesale dealers who niitwicrlbo to thin  plan agree each for himself, not  to purchase fruit and vegetables,  or havo dealings In connection  with fruit and vegetable������ with  any shipper who is unwilling to  jffljffl __8_3i__Mr  KV_M____ _^^_, A���������W^m  ll^gm^m MmmmWmmW  jgS^M __B_f������fim____f ___I_P mjO���������wmmBSmW _____r_a_a- ���������������ff__i AtwttmWmm  ^m H>    0mm Bm   gaffll?'*iyT"*  ' ,;������ '' ������������������  Shots- and fiammmm ftepairlng  -~r  *  f-uaji  JttS^M?  tLciniyu  "Fashion  Bell^y b  ;���������>���������">.  Children's three^ua^  Rakes.    Agents for Frost  Let us have your Q)N$fr ^ipr-r^l_^3f_^3i^  larger  and of assisting such growers to  raise fruit and vegetables to better  advantage, knowing that a market  is readily available for. their fruit  and vegetables. -*-  "Now therefore the  "andersigned  shippers whether   co operative:   or  independent   of    the   Province" of  Bi-itish   Columbia, and   the !mder-*lS���������  signed fruit  and   vegetable jobbers  and     wholesale     dealers     of     the  Provinces off Allterta, Saskatchewan  and Manitoba agree to th<E������, follow!  ing plan of   co-operation!,  for   the  mark������t|ng    of -  said     fruits    and  vegetable-, the said plan   being as  follows:'^.'' ;-a- ���������    \  For the  ������������������-*.������.������������������ ���������'���������;������������������--^-y .i"^.-,^.t'_  buy  >  s  for  m  V@StS9   - jyrUW���������T89    Sl0QWt���������TS9    Of*  3SS  ���������,m������ioat,B.,i  CRESTON MERCANTILE COMPANY  LIMITED  mafciatmaai ���������WnWtmi IU|)WM<i*l*Wlla*alat-Swy~  ^^ llJ M[ j!WL JlG "Jtc.  pyci j  FOR. VACATION TRAVEL  EBHIEI  am%x,tsp  On Bale ������a31y~Way 1ft to Bopt. W>  w*a������ .m'mmm af"^," -��������� aat  y_da*aa____f������<_Sii*'ia.yi*.      U . "���������M^kt^ mt fa"  4| "  Jljaif  l>������     ntlm*     m.r4.>+*"4 4.m*     aa������     pnm. taajf-  fch.s plan  of marketing,  insofar  aa fruit and vegetables ������������_ concerned,  are marketed  from   the  CRESTON |������~       j  VJctovim ^_-.������.������������������������_~������~.. ' '"'������������������ ?  SMMtimjt ������������..������WKAwa..aaa������        "j 7 ��������� OM  r:'it'."yi,;iirOT:i--i7tt'-;giri''Witf  On Sale Dally-~Moy33to8t.pt. 00  5i*'____ _JS"fi*__-^1_f*__. Hi^S_i__^ik^_ S������  *    CBiSSTONto  . ',fof,a-i"ltei������-������....a������......r.~t;_ #��������� * O.wS  '  Ol_-������������������ii_-_.--:.-_-������������������    t mfJS.JBO  .**  -Mayfltato8opt.������������  'ff :'m        '   J|    .aC**.1      M.  ^"| W ^^S^M**M ^W^jaTaTTa*.-^-F^-fW' ^-WJm^^"''^^^^. mf^Pm^*9^ M  %tmW -mimm ^m*^m+%W      *hwif lUtli^ %%#fij  0m%0'  CRESTON ���������?���������������  AtlnnaapoWMe*Si. J-bulL $68*StG  CtTlWljWI������wlalaaaa'a>a>raM.awiaa������a<a������w        flJaaJCO  Chotee ot Thtr^ "IVaiws IDally. Inelodlng .  *TjtBIE" *TI^i^:iN^-"*U/VJ7yj^Oi**������. JSLiJlIVB.JB.-JL-_ii-LP  g?tt*������-J0m JtMMm AM Strafing Car Train tJFir������t Train Btay M&)     .       -  JFhtU Information ***uS Ufrotetro from any Agmni of thm "CANADIAN PACiPtC" IHB CBBatfCK"._���������**__-*-  Fertile, Cranbrook  and Creston  . .    .i  *  Pride in Service  '������faii_t-������_KtV.r.,  .*?  tin  ii**" -    *-  TM  >*-__  iS8.sp.:W"**  -IF,  A'W.'  :'���������->** -  Capita! ������cd Reserve  Total Assets'  fSll5,<Sl9_8*^������*-������ -  -^J7HHRE is a "special pride, ia  j-. 'service along the Crowds  Nest Line. ^The railroad began  it; the first Superintendent oper*-  ated the road just as thoiign it  had competitors���������.six of them,  right alongside.  ____.-    *'���������" ��������� ��������� *  The Imperial Bank of Canada  Branches at Fernie, Michel, ������Jran������  brook, Natal, Creston and Inver-  mere also take a stieciai pride in  service to the public. Let one of  .the-se Branches prove it to you.5  I t-bDorofchy. the youngdaughter of Mr.  and MibJ B. ^Sinclair Smith, is the  "rather proud, possessor of .a -camera,  which constitutes...a ifa-at*. prize for  correctly solving a'. croeswo'fd' 'puzzle  Bod writatig Aa.������&w-"' on .forestry in  connection ^iththe'VSavet.the Forest**  week conducted by the JB_C- forestry;  department-the iast- week In April*  For the central B.O. there were almost  2000 school children rCQiupetiag, and  Dorothy's .prize'Is for cheapest solution  and-" composition Vo]T~fe^'-children   *"  JWm~~m'"Wrkm..sm.'n.m0mr   a*4������l-,a������S������Mfc ".' "t___*l������awa' *������������������>,      .an  -_ua_a^aa  4Bj_.vvw..ww_.       ..*.   -..������- ~~r~���������     -. .���������   ������. ������mt       _v       .������-.  ��������� ----.���������������������������,. I -  recalled that, tha wiancr'a  bqise^ i������ at  West Creston her suecesi- in such kt-*en*  -competition is all the -more commendable.      .----   ;.*  7       .-     I  In memory of the .late  Fred Little  a very' striking . in'ohutuent-  is now  being erected .at* the 'grave in Creston  cemetery," - St is.of grey.royal granite  from   .the ���������  Jas.'   Wilson   -quarry. at  Sirdar, who has aiso done the work on  the stone.    The base is - of   the. rough  granite - with7-the~   word  ;"*Pios_eer'"  inscribed toereon:-. the- plinth   is? of  faced granite-'And shows the satse of  the deceased, while.-the shaft   is-of  rough granite, also.   The   monument  stands almost ten feet' high   and   will  add much to   the   appearance   ������tf ..the  cemetery. . The design of the memorial  is as asked   for   by   deceased- and   i*e  installation   is   being,   supervised   by  Major Mallandaine.  ������IT������   X^O  *  We.have this week completed the pnrohs.se bf the building  belonging to Oreston Fruit Growers Union, ILttdL, and until lately  used as a flour and Feed warehouse. "Wo ara"-" having some alterations made and will,be making it. headquarters by the end of  the montha. *  We must have more STRAWBERRIES, and for this week  we are paying $3.50 per crate Spot Cash when delivered.  This price is nett to you���������no commission or h&lbacks to. Pay.  Our price on GOOSEBERRIES is $1.50, and we can  handle your RHUBARB at 3 cents a pound.  Xiet us have an estimate of what you have to-selh  ���������-_ r  creston v anev irroauce ^^ompaiiy !  -   _j_ ��������� ~J_ ST ef ������   : 1  "ALF. NELSON, Manager  Fernie Branch   ���������>  Cranferook Ssancli.  Oreston Branch ,  - - A. M. Owen, Manager  ������ "W. R. 6-rnbbe, Manager  ���������      " C W. Allen, Manager  i������  /  ���������  1 LETTEBSTO THE  EOSTOR  Massey-Harris Mowers!  The'Machine that will cut anything  and last a lifeiime.  There are also a few used machines   on  guaranteed in good order and priced right.  hand   in   Calgary  *-*���������*-"  Armstrong    and    Pentieton     have  booked Chautauqua for 1923.    It will  *-- afcur������da.y attraction-nest year.  t_. ~  MARE AMD COLT ESTRAY  Strayed-from the ranch on. or about  April 22nd. mare and a_one-year old  colt. -Mare is a bay, weighs about  1300 ponrads, 11 yeats old, hind - feet  white. Brands: I_eft hip," Mis*-. left  shoulder, TS; right shoulder QJ. Colt  has same marks, hut no brands.  Both have ' halters. Reward. Jl-CK.  BARBACLUttH (Alice Siding), Creston.. ."   ��������� synopsis of .  LAND Ad AMENDMENTS  PRE-EMPT1QN8  Vacant, unreserved, surveyed  Crown land* may ba pre-empted by  British subjects over 18 years of age,  and by aliens on declaring intention  to * become - British ouhjeota, * ..conditional   upon .residence, - occupation,  ������t!ld   - t"*wr������lMaaMM>a>      ^CT '    ������g**������������*"*������W>.1  purposes!  Full lnformatloia concerning regu-  atlona regarding pi*o-emptlon*r is  given tn Bulletin No. 1, __snd Series,  "How 'to Pre-empt Land,'" copies of  which can be obtained free of charge  by addressing: -the ^Department ot  Lands. Victoria, B.G%-.������n* to any Government Agent. - '  Rsoords will be granted covering  only land ~ultablo tor agricultural  purposes, and which Is not timber-  land, 1.������^ carrying over 6,000 board  -set per acre west of the C!oaat Range  and 8,000 fias-st per acre east of that  B������n8a . ,.-'���������>.' -     - . I  Applications for. pre-emptions are |  co ba addreiised to the Xand, Com-  rrtistrioner o* tho Ijand.Recoirdlns Division, in which the land applied: for  is situated, and are made on printed  forma copies of which can .be 6b-  ���������talned from ths Xand Commlaslonor.  Prs-omptlons must be occupied for  Uvm ywutm and laap������-ov������imento made  to value of #10 por acre, including  ot-iftriitir -foil Jtmltiva.ti-nar ������t least five  aorojn, before "a Crown "Orant can be  ..- received. . -. ^,. .   '  .   *  Fbr more detailed lnto*_matlon see  tho Bulletin "How to Pre-empt  l^nd." 7!'-: y... .-,,���������.���������  ���������       PURCHASE ������  Applications are vecelved for pur-  chaa-������ of vacant and tmreaerved  Crown lands, not being tlmberland.  for agrioultu-rttl ��������� purposes; minimum !  prloe of ft-rst-olass (arable) land la $5  per acre, and second-olass (graaiing) ,  land 12.50 por aero, l-nirther information reerardihg purchase or lease  of Crown lands Is given in Bullotlo  Ho. 10, *Land Berleo, "Purchase and  laeaoio of Crown ���������Lands."  Mill, factory, or indu_trlnl sites on  timber land; not excoedlng 40 acres,  may bs purchased or leased, the conditions-* including payment of  atumpage.      ' ,      ' - ���������  HOffflEOITE   UEA8E8  Unsurveyed areas, not <B-coeodlng to  acres, may bo leased aa homesltes,  conditional upon a dwelling being  erected in the draft year, title being  obtainable after residence and improvement conditions "are " fulflUe-*''  and land has been surveyed.     ~  -      LBASE8,   ������������������',,,..  TV������r graiilng and   industrial    purposes areas not axosedlna 040 am*������>  may  be leased by oit������ person  or *>  company.   ,  GRAZING  Under ths Oraalng Act the Prov-  inos is divided into grasln* dlatricti  and ths ranga ailmlnfst������ar������d tinder n  Graslng i- CommUaloner. ��������� Annual  graving P������rmit������ are issued based on  num-ibon ___*_sfci*t, priority belna1 given  to established own.*!*, Stock-ownsn  majy  form ..-ainoclations .  tat.-. ra������t_*  *Y*t f* r*. *��������� MPyiM*V*ti*W������������at4B> '���������Mrl-iiiiii m  m, **,������������������_      *aw taw Hurt af ai������ ithaaa -   Sa\i.jt.jx  m,  ***'^i-l4mm^^^^tmmmm^Mt      .   *JI������VW������     U������       If*** ������a������*>*������ajr-. Mn%*m*%0i  purmlts ;:* ara ���������. avwdlable.. - fbr , ���������, setHera.> ���������'  'wmptrw-' au_   tri.vt������ili������va,   up   to" taau  head.    ...... ,  ffiMS:^  'l7;y.^:y7^C-iysta..'7^  ���������:- y y. y 7.: yv--.siTs Af? or-, p r i c*e. .'. -u i. st x':-k. k:  AAikkjAl������AJ^x^  !3!r^.:^7:e7:;S^yji7/^:!n-fe^  Lettuce and Rhubarb  Cards of Thanhs  ns  ORDEB REPAIRS _TOW and have the machine  all fised  .m*l\__*k   f*1^a-b   Mrt-cr  io   _-������_o#l'<r  Plough Share.  Flour.  ,Ftn Coulters.  Barb Vkhre.  _B   f&f^y&s*.  Mr. Heath antl. Mra. Rodders take  thib means of express!nar-their sinc������*i*e  appreciatitan of the sympathy a������nd  kindness shown them in their recent  bereavemeot.  Beinf?.t������uable to personally call ������n  all ouit.. friends ^ wish to lake this  means of ekpres*-tOK sinct-re *ttppreci-  ation of the kindness-, respect and help  Riven the cause with which I hare  been identified in Creston Valley.  Never in our experience have we  experienced such , uniform kindness  and <S>n"5.iderati'*n tty all classes Aswe  have here, and assure this will uev<_r  be forgotten.    Bev. G. KNOX.  Local and Personal  Tonight's meeting of tho Women's  Institute at 8 o'clock should attract a  large attendance us the. address of the  evening.will t tte on Psyrhtaloj<y, and  the speaker Mrs "Lashley Hall of Trail,  who is very competent to handle the  subject. yMeii .is well as the women  are invited, and there is twi admission.  Editor Review:  Sis,���������Yaa niight  be   interested  tojenow   that oh May   23rd Leth-  bridge   was   -practicatly    without  lettuce,-- the   small   quantity   that  was on sale   was  aU. cleaned up by  noon at- 35c  a "pound   and was ai!  shipped in from   the coast aud   the  head lettuce was from Washington.  I think that Creaton   is the ideal  location to take care of these prairie  markets, aud.no doubt   if this early  spring greenstuff was offered to the  produce houses   the   man   who   ia  building up his ranch would tind it  a profitable���������side line.    If they   are  growing   this  stuff  then the local  buyers are falling down   on   their  distribution andTare not giving the  grower: a faitp.show;'   - -^  '   Of course it "inay pay   the   local  houses in Letbbridtjo,better to ship  in from the Coastjkaiidling a small- {fl  er quantity at a   bigger   profit   is  typical fruit house system.  Again.; judging the price -of  Rhubarb locally, there should lie  an opening for the Creston growers,  and would still j-ive . them a fair  price. The chinamen . are now  begining to bring stuff in but I  believe that -the   Creston   grower s  FINIS II*  **���������  -Chevrolet is finished in  the*' np-������*f DuPont  Buco���������-the  finish  that  impi*bves^wh-li  .age.  The Juno meetinK of the P^sbytei*-J are not   alive to the . opportunities  that are in these towns for April  and May, before the local stuff  appears on the market.   ,  A. B. CROSSi  Lethbridge, May 30.  ian- Ladies'..'Aid:' Mt^ni. Diiw'-t tm  Friday was largely social, the business  features being disponed of quickly and  the balance of the afternoon* given  over:-;.to an informal eendoff to Mrs.  Ajrgue, the 1925 ��������� secretary, who it-  leaving this week to make ner home in  Nelson.'"'" .'*":'.���������:" ��������� '.'  Exhibitors tit the:'y Institute flf'ww  show lire reminded that.; the' entriei*  clitse on _"rfday������ June ibfch, un'd iire to  bejn-ide on or befot*e that date w I th  the secretary, Mrs, ��������� Oht-rrinnton.  Business men ti nil others are contrl|biit  iiig.to the show this "yt.ar, and- the  prizes to be paid will be more genm-ou.s  thun usual.  The flrat ��������� sorvice ������of the ' United  Church of Canada will be held nn  Sunday evening, June Hth, in the  former Method if������t tvdlfice. , Km v. Mr,  Uoidmun, the fl trot p^ttator, In expected  to arrive from Anyox on Friday, and  will bo in charge. The music and  other exorclsos will bo appropriate for  ���������such nn auspicious occuslon.  -��������� ,  Rev. G. Knox was guest of honor tit  a cendoff at tho Methodist Chtirch on  Friday niifht at which* there was n  very largo turnout and the foul ure of  which waa the presentation of y well  flltet"* pits-ec f u-oth the' metBiberfe,'acUhbr-  ents apd frledd-a of tne' departing  pastor at I4������t������-r, Canyon, Krlckupn and  OrtiHtoiir The aflalr was arranK^d by  the ladles and a brief address wao read  by Mrs. , W. H. Crawford, snd the  presentation made by Mrs, Fraltck, In  reply to which Mr. Koo_ t-fgokt* with  consideniilila feeling*.. The evc-iilrip; was  tir;-if"at^ac������ *.p v.'ttti ipua^cu,* .t������^lccttont-i.  and raflreshmenta^' wore- 'served at the  clone.  Penticton's new fiao hall will be of  the bnugalow type, 78 x 40 feet.  At Grand Forks tbo towio council  has voted 8250 to holp Etpance thw 10^5  fall fair.  The C.P.R. made ita usual grant of  $1200 for the upkeep of the Cranbrook  Y.M.O.A. last year.  May Slut Was a -butay.'-. tflay for the  Anglican rector ofltoflsland. He had  18 chriatenlhgs thitt Surtday,  After lour moiiilis of tW- up dut*-lo  Blldes the train aervtco between Kaslo  and "Sfakuap has hewn remtmod,  $0000 wilt ba spent ant tho erection of  the. consolidated school building to  serve Invermere and Athalmer.  (  The Kooteha'an^itUw that-, all   the  2������d3citiLIobo potiit' tb n" ^vsre^Br   elterry  and apple crop at Ktislo this your.   '      |  Ilov, M.' W. McKay, former Presbyterian pantor at Cranbrook* Ib expected  to tako tho -work. ,*of !p������������tor of the  Knnlo UoiUtd Church rifcxfc mouth.  At "KTvBlo_the, Rolf vt'ithualss^s bavo  brought in.aprofeasldniilfroni Calvary  -"fht-J*" *-������.������j"tMK tit,o_.\->%.������iti,������> t-o ������"i������*'t������i*ct  the club rnotttbers -In ihe fine points of  the royal aha ancient: -������|������ort.,  P.  BURNS & GO., LtOi  MEAT MERCHANTS  ���������  |TRY OTJK'  An economical dish, easy to serve.  Shamrock Brana HAM, BACON ar%a\LARD  (lovemment graded, highest quality.  FRESH and CUBED FISH  ...        -.. .. all varl#tle������.  Choicest BEEfr. PORK* MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BVRNS' IDEAL POULTRY POOD  increasafts egg prmlnction and produces better poultry,   any toe tw-si.  aii aawataa  mm*  ***^9m*!M&jM&mj&i&toapia}  lliagai-tatia^na'fffm^   "MjjMMt-tiiaiiiiit  ������U          Hvmmwmmmtmm ^EHE   BE VIEW,   CKESTON,   B.    <X  i  ms  Digs^iMTI  isr.  Attempt Ascent of Mount Logan  Canadian Expedition to Climb Loftiest  Peak in--Canadian Territory  A Canadian expedition which will  att-empt the ascent of Mount Logan  (l$,a59 feet) In the Yukon, and the  loftiest peak iii Canadian territory, is  to leave Vancouver soon. It will be  headed by A. H. McCarthy and CoL-  W. W. Pos'ter, oL* Vancouver, and six  olliter g������*ntlAnpii, including a r.-pre-sen-  tative of tho English Alpine Clu-b, -will  complete the party.  "EetfaJ}addA?-do??Z  Slip at package In  -your pocket when '  you feo home toll igtft'  "^ ������T J^amance of7_*><- Spanishjifcrin ^-'^'rJU'^Xr-t'*  _:t__PTAIN IUiOO^__^  ���������RAFAEL- 5ABATENI  Copyrighted, I 922. by Rafael S^na-im .  <!CAPTA1N BLOOD," a VitagrapsS ''"picture visit .1.  Warren K<srr'gae/  in tlie title role, is an adaptation oi this tttril_*uB bovcL  SYNOPSIS  Captain Peter Blood is the terror ol  the Spaniards who sail tlio Spanish  Main. He loves - Arabella Bishop";  niece of! rhe governor of Barbadoes,  who is aboard the Royal Maty which  bears Lord Julian Wade to the West  -'Indies to make peace with piracy. "Lord  Wade toll*- Arabella of Blood's reputation and that he ia about to wed Madelon d'Ogeron, daughter ol" the Dutch  governor of" Tortuga. .The Spanish  ship, Milagrosa, sinks the Royal Mary  and Arabella and Wade are taken  prisoner'-.      _  Give the |yoraK-Jstos*'*'  lasting sweet - -fbs-*,  pleasure-������id benefit.  . Mre it yourself afler  ' *ffnokEng or when  ���������Ytdrk drags.    Its a  ���������-jreatlillle freshener.  CHAPTER.XVI.���������Continued  Mi.ss Bishop, newly risei*. had come  .out to take the air on the quart*, rdock,  with liis lordship in attendance, when,  .she beheld the big red ship that had  once been' the Cinco Llagas oyt oL"  Cadiz. Tlie sight thrilled her* curiously; it awoke in Itvi- an uplifting  sense of pride that, took no account: of  danger to herself in. the encounter that  must now be inevitable. ....  Beside her on ilie poop: stood Lord  Julian. But he- shared none of Ther  exultation. Ife had.been in his "first  .sea fight yesterday, and he-' felt that  the experience would suffice- him fbi* a  'very consi-ltjiab]etiniv>. -  "Look," said .Miss Bishop, pointing.  Did she realize. - he Wondered, what  was afoot.      Her next sentence resolv- \  m\ *  /.d Ins tloubt. "'She is English, and:  she comes resolutely on. She moans !  to figlit." __ j  "God help Fier, then,"' .--aid his lord-]  ship gloomily. "H<-r captain must be I  mad. If tley could so easily blow lhf> ���������  IJoyaL Mary out. of tin.- .-water, what!  will they do to this vr-,.sei? Look ai'  that devil Don Misud. lie's utterly-  disgusting  iu his sloe." j  Of necessity now. under diminished \  sail, the advance of lhe Arabella was;  slower; bur it. was none ihe less steady.!  She was already within shaker shot."  Ri"d~-t"liey could make out th������* figuri-s"  stirring on her . forecastI������- aud ilu* '  brass guns gtVamin*. un her prow. The I  gutitia-rs of i ha   Mikigrof.:!   r:iis������*d   iheir '  i  lilistot.'ks ami bh-w upon th������-*ir sinol-'  tiering ruau-iivs. looking up irnpaiit.iu- .  ly. at tht<, admiral. Bur ill a'.- admiral'  -���������olMtunlv ������-liook  his  html, i  "Stab nie!" saidhis lordship. y"This  Englishman may oe gallant enough to  accept .battle against'such**.odds. . But  there ate,-titnes when discretion is a!  better" "(iualit-y," than gallantry in a  com ma iid er. Presently you-will snl!-,  fer trie to place you under cover.'*  "I can see best front here," she- answered him. And added, quietly: "1-  am praying for this. Englishman. He.  musL.be very brave."  The Arabella was adArancing. now,'  along a course>which, if continued,  must carry her straight between the  two  Spanish  ships. .-; *���������'.'  But  even  at.  that   moment the Ad-*  i miraI   raised   his  hand:   in the  waist,",  below liim, a trumpet blared, and ini--  uiediately the gunner ; on    the    prow  touelied   off his  giins.v    As   the  thunder  or_ them   rolled   out,. his  lordship  saw,  ahead, beyond   the 'English   ship  and to larboard    of    her,    two    heavy  spiashes.       Almost   "it  once  two   successive spurts of flame leapt from the  brasss cannon on the Arabella's beaky  .itead:,"raS.d^:.s^arceiy  Ij-S-.d  the  watchers  on the: poop seen the shower oi* spray  where-'-.-.'- one- ���������o 1*7the   shot s ' stru ck   the  water near them tlian, with a rending  crash "and   a   shiver   that   shook   the  MLlagrosa    from    stem -to stern,  the  other came to lodge in her forecastle.;  To avenge that "blow, the ilidalga.'blaz.-.'  ed  at   the" Englishman  with both her  forward guns.     -But, even at that short  range   (between   two   and   three   hun-;  died yards)  neither shot took effect. 7  At  a   hundred  yards   the  Arabella's  forward   guns,   wliich   had   meanwhile  been reloaded-, Hired again at the- Milagrosa, and this time smashed her bowsprit into splinters,  so that for a moment she yawed wildly to port.      Don  Miguel swore profanely,  and- then, as  eyed, whilst, if possible, her. cheeks  turned yet a deadlier hue "than they  had been already.     *"  Picking his way daintily through  that shambles in'the waist came a  tall man with a deeply tanned face  that was shaded by a Spanish' headpiece. Up the broad companiqn" to  the quarter-deck he camp, moving with  easy assurance, imtil he stood before  the Spanish Admiral. A crisp, meta!-  -| lie Voice, speaking perfect "^Spanish,  reached those two spectators on ihe  poop and increased the admiring Yonder in whieh "Lord Julian had obsei".\-'  ed the man's 'approach.  "We meet again al last, Don  Miguel," it f-aid. "I hope you are  satisfied. Although the meeting may  not be exactly as you pictured it, ai  least IL has been very ardently sought  and desired by yottj"  (To boconiinued)  Still Another Advantage  For Smokers  The Vacuum  (Air-Tight) Tin���������Suitors  of My Lady Nicotine Will .Benefit  By Recent innovation    -  Nothing can ever replace the pleas-  she j ure���������the solace���������the  comfort and en  I nste-acl of liol d ing to her cour se as j  Don   Miguel   had   fully   expected  would,: the   Arabella   had  gone  about j joyment   afforded   by   Tobacco.       But  under cover of the smoke, and sailing j tll0  charm of- the  leal"  Is -largely the*  now in the same direction as the MI I a-   charm oLits full rich .flavor, and-un-  grosa, was converging sharply under  aer across the wind, so sharply that  almost before the frenxied Don Miguel  had realizbct the situation, his vessel  staggered 'tinder the rending impact  witli wluch the other came hurtling  .alongside. .There was a rattle and  clank of. metal as a dozen grapnels  fell, .and tore and caught in the timbers of the Milagrosa, aud 1 he Spaniard was ..firmly gripped in the tentacles of--the English' ship. _  ��������� Beyond her and now well astern  the veil ol! smoke was r**nt at last and  the Hidalga was revealed in desperate  case. She was bilging fast. The  attention of! her hands was being entirely' given to a desperate endeavor  to launch the boats in time.  BETTER IN  curt  la* W   Ea-11   E WW  rurnv .iirv  HI  After Taking Lydia E* Psnk-  ham's Vegetable Compound  the  hftni was  put  over  to  swing her  back to her course, his own prow replied.      Kul: the aim was 100 high, and  whilst one ol! the shots  lore through"  the "Arabella's shrouds and scarred hernia inniitst, the other again went-wide.  And when the smoke. oT the discharge  had  lifted  the English ship was J'oimd  almost,     between     the, Spanlards.her  bows  in  lino with theirs and coining  steadily on.   ' At lastHhe Arabella was  right between ihe-Spanish' ships,-prow  10    poop     nn������l    poop-:to  prow.       Don  Miguel  spoke   to   ihe^lritnipelei',   who  had     mom.ud     the   quart* rdeelc   and  '.stood now at the admiral's elbow. The  ; man  r't'ls-'d   il*** silv**v bugle that -\v:t.c"  ; in  give  ihf   siivnal   for   Ihe   broadsides!  : of boili -.-hipH.      Htn. even as he.placed I  '. It  to his  llos,  the admiral seized his !  ti L recently, the perfection of tliis-'fea-  ture was of .".en marred by the heat! of  stores anoL warehouses, especially during Winter, and the- dryness ""of the  atmosphere dui*tng Summer, wliich  dried Tobacco out, and destroyed, its  original freshness and fragrance.  The chance of this taking place is  now" entirely eliminated -by the famous  vacuum (air-tight) tin. - Whether a  man smokes cut- tobacco, or prefers "to  cut it himself as ho reepiires it. or  whether he -chew*? tobacco? he can now  be assured of securing his favorite  bi*ands in the same perfect condition  as they left the factory. The richness ot flavor, the delicate fragrance,  the moisture, are all retained by this  wonderful 'innovation, the famous  vacuum (air-tight) tin, which is sure  to bring increased enjoyment- to all  who smoke and all who chew.  The   story  of-; how  the-.famous   Sir  Walter   Raleigh   first   introduced   Tobacco to civilization is common knowledge.      But the leaf which he and his  contemporaries indulged in was crude  smoking to  tlie brands     enjoyed    by  smokers  to-day.      The history of the  development of tobacco is a record of  a long series of innovations, piodiflca-  tions antl dev'ces, all planned to make  its use more enjoyable to the consumer.      But probably none of these has  Uteen   so  greatt  an improvement from  the  devotee's  point, of, view,   as  the  Tamous  Vacvfim   (air-tight)     tin,    in  which the Itnperial Tobacco Company  of Canada "Limited is now packing several of tlieir leading    brands    of    cut  smoking,    plug    smoking,    and    plug  chewing tobaccos. '���������',-���������  370,000 Tone of Grain  The -Soviet Government has  ordered  370,000 .tons  of, grain and  242,000  tons of Hour froiji abroad.   .There is-  an acute shortage in several provinces.  A HAPPY CHILDHOOD  IS A MATTER OF HEALTH  "Little children "quickly get out of  sorts, but by prompt treatment they  ca?i. just as q.uickly be "set right again.  Most of their troubles arise in the iirfet  place from the stomach, and bowels;  that is why a good clearing out is. the  first thing the doctor. prescribes.  Mothers; why not let Baby's Own Tablets keep your children well. Unlike  that ill-smelling,, rank tasting castor  611 so dreaied by most children, "the  Tablets are pleasant-to take and their  action-* though thorough, is gentle and  causes no discomfort to either the  baby. or the growing child. Baby's  Own Tablets are a never failing- remedy for relieving constipation and indigestion ;���������-"������������������ thus they "break up colds  and-simple fevers, expel worms and  make the teething period painless.  The Tablets are teold by medicine dealers or by mail at 25 cents a box from  The Dr. Williams' Medicine" Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  Answer To Last Week's Puzzle  "I do not irtumber thieves and pirates  among my acquaintances"  Of this Don "Miguel's anguished eyes  had no moro I hun a fleeting but comprehensive glimpse before his own  decks were Invaded by a wild, yolling  ���������swarm of boarder.*; from the grappling  ship. For a moment tjiere was :.i valiant effort by sonic of Don Miguel's  ofllc������*r,s lu r-illy Iho men for a stand  against these invaders. But the Span-  ���������d������i-  seas  lidrBn  Ingomar, N. S.--**I took your medicine for a run-down condition and inward  troubles. I had f-ain't in my riprht side  i-'o Lad at t inne-t that I rotilrl not walk  any distance, I Paw about Lydia E.  I'inkham'H Vegetable Compound in the  newspapers and have taken five bottlefl ' ������>i fier.  o** ft. J am better in everyway and  you can ukc my letter to help other  women." ��������� Mrs. Alvita M* Pkkry,  In from nr, N. S.  iartft-r hastily formed ranks were  arm in -utosI him. Only then had he 11 amas!loa -bororo they could be stead-  li.iw-lved what wiih so obvious���������or; ie<l. tlrlvon across, the waist to the  should li.ivt- been to an experienced j  st-it. lighK-r; he hud delay* .1 loo Jon*, j  i\iv\ f.!_i|iiiil-i Ulootl had outmanoeuvred i  liim. In .-i I li-nipl In.*- lo lire new upon I  i In* l-'tiglisliiiian, (lie Alilogrosii and her j  ���������fori.*������������������(���������*��������������� i wiiiiId nl.*-o he filing into each j  Too Isile In* or,Iered his helms-"!  jjiiiii   ro   put.   I lu*   lillei*   hard   over  and  Nervous Breakdown Relieved  , Trtrfinlf*. Ontario.'���������"It is jiret.ty hard  t-:*   explain  yunr   feeh'njj*H   in    nervous ,  trou.uV.s.     t felt low spirited, had pains  in my head and eye-*, always crying-, ������>">'*l  did   hot.  want  in  >ca  anywhere.    J   do  I:nit.tin(.- and fitney work, and  1 would  -,^1't   irrilabh*   alter a   few   minutea  of  work.     [Iiaveheen in Canada five jyearw |  ant*   have   been   thi'*   way ever since ������  enme.   1 nm r ;��������� i. ir>-^f Lydia K".  I'ankhair-ii'fl  Vr-t_"r-f.*ihle I'limjMiiiml anrl ! Hh*e|) hetlaf-r  and it .seenis tom:���������������������" ij������e eat. aiid 1 iiiuat, ,  ray   l aru   iV-eling mor<!   jelly.     I   have  fjreait faith in in your nnedirine  becau"0 j  of what it. haa done for my htiKbart'f'M  .inter and she reeommeaflod  it. to rnc," j  ���������   Shx. A. S.vrrnr.  Ih *'.rirl*rj--h Avenue, \  Todmonlon, "l'ot-<int:o, Ontario. j  All drt~''p:i.*-f:KH'il (his (ie]-������endable med-  ir.irie, arid women mi/Ter in if from tbeae  fnatihle-*-to ciiinmiiti Ui their aex ahould  [Ml    ll, ai   i'i  w  swing the ship lo larboard, as a pi-e-  IUnini"ji'.v lo iiianoi'iivriiig for a less  JTiipnHnlhle jii-if-vitloti ofjiilaek.    At flirt I:  \'*-rv -fiifinii-ni the Arabella necmed lo  ���������(-��������� ;iUnlt. h,m slu* sivi.|il. 11>*. I"la.h|-������"������n  jxuds fi-oiji caeh-of her Hanks emptied  iltt-ju*-fit���������������.'. ai fliiat ijohil.ldaiilc range  Int'i i In- liuih' fit i In- I wo "-"piinlHh ve*--  Tin-     \1 Hafrra. a      kI;i^.ceretl      -.lowly  ialii-i(<l.       I'on   .VIjkin-I  wan  biitvitng *>r-  ili-r-' nili!.* , .-i ml |������>'<'������'lng i vt't "tilt! nntm  1 *... ��������� i.,..;) i ! 1.- ��������� - ������-ii j ! ,i 11������ i i 1" i ii i .1: i 111 ,i" v, ;i;;  ilrl.r in>*  r'-hiw jy .-t.-iern,   In   JiIh   nnxh-ly  10 ;i-:e#-1-tillit  hnw  II  v.itlj   the  llldtilra.  y'ni.th-nle,      find      ������  l: llltJU'.h    lll.il     II i'i lag  I lie     la-l." litla-     nl     ,|     nlll|l  11 ii* y of lirr red  hull  b*  lit'll a- hllll i  ,'K at*  TI J a - '  lifiirt'i-    wfll i    |iote.y    till  bretik of the pooji on lhe one side, and  up to the forefH.stlt:' bulkheads on five  oilier, tin- fight Ing resolved itself inlo  a seri-:.s of .skirmishes between groups.  Soon, however, the i*age of that brief  fight was -. p������ nt. "J'he banner of Castile esiiiie ilutterlng down from the,  tiniHlliead. A btioeatiyer had slushed  the halyard with his cutlass. Tho  boarders were in possession. Sjf'l"  denly Miss Bishop recovered from hot'  tuiuseti, lo  'enn  forwafd slaiing wild-  MOTHER:  C.astoria is a pleasant, harmless Substitute for Castor Oil,  Paregoric, Teething Drops"  and Soothing* Syrups, especially   prepared   for  Infants   in  arms   and   Children   all   ages.  To avoid imitations, always look for the signature of   ^i-^-^g1^^  ProVcn directions on each package.   Physicians everywhere recommend it.  might alnit'i'   tared  *��������� Uj  .1  n v; i ,-  lu-'ih     ;it      fii'Hl,  ll.l/e,        ItHlllletl  gnuhi'ills    Die  esinit' inora- and  1     i I i i     hill'     H V.V I ��������� 111  llllt'e     H'lVf     fur  ii  !.< j   '',r'i  aisoinpa4^ayes/5^Si20^  jjL*_____4  J*T!**S*_--    ~.  m*-{   ��������� IM        Iva   im. .   . mm ,  MAC DONALD'S  iv. 0141" K. '������. AL.  ������������������^-fWim*^^  ti  I"  I'  jgaroBisisy  iti*  ^*������������^^^te^#'it^8fS'^  mmmTSSSi^lVmim. a  j  THE  REVIEW,   WESTON,    B.    C.  -A{ RBOPER SHINE  ������OR EASTER TIME  OflwwJL ObS^JSB- '    '       "  fit ^groves*--  appearance.  Alberta - Registered, S������ed^"'C ���������  ' ? ,.    -���������:k    ���������* -      *-  -' - -1''"       *_   '  ^52,000    Bushels    of    Registered    Seed"  Grain Handled This Season  The Alberta Government seed cleaning and grading plant operated by the  provincial   department   of  agriculture-  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  j and the Alberta Seed Growers' Asso-  |.elation, has handled to date .for'the  present season a total of over 52,000  "bushels of registered seed grain. Shipments have -been made to f armerfe in  the province of Saskatchewan. Manitoba and some on the Northwestern  States. .   * v  The.   world's < best   hair   tint.  Will  restore  gray, halt   to its  natural   color  in   15   mlnute*s  Small    Size   $3.30   by   mall  Double Size $5.50   by   mail  The W. T. Petnber Stores Limited  Phono "ML 23T4-5        129 Yougo St.  TOROr-JTOr ONTARIO  Between May*" 1922, and January 31,  1925, ships ot" the Canadian Government Merchant Marine carried 9,948  head of guttle from Canada to "EJnited  Kingdom ports.  Laicut.-Governor -TV* ���������*.__ "Niehol, of  Dritisli Columbia, who returned recently - to .Canada after a journey  through" Prance, .reported that Anglo-  Frencli- relations were never better.  /riie^.*-"Federal Government has collected" $907,026 in all for royalties on  eqal mines in Alberta'during the last  five years. , There is an amount of  $31,829- outstanding.  First "Lieut. Clifford "Elleinan. of Rus-  siavili������,.int..  was killed anil Sergt. Er-  win  Mestreok .severely injured  when  their "aeroplane fell 150 feet at Hono-,  lulu.    - . , y  "Hon. G. P. Graham, minister of rail:  ways and canals, received many con-  gratulalions . and bouquets * of fkvypers  March 31, in remembrance oE his  sixty-sixth birthday.  '."The Dominion Patriot." a four-page  bi-weekly   newspaper,   has   made   its  appearance     tn     Toronto,     featuring  jtews-" matter    of    interest to the Ku  Ivlux-Klan of Kanada.  Thl'first Soviet trawler to visit England arrived at Grimsby with a catch  of fish from the White Sea that "was  Sxnniedlatcly   condemned   as   un&t   for  ������j> - ���������. *  food..... Hitherto*- the Soviet Government has exported nothing to England  but bad eggs.  According "to a dispatch from iLo'ii-  don', Fridjol' ltansen has consented to  head a' scientific 'expedition to the  North polar regions on a Zeppelin* o������  150,000 cubic feet capacity, commanded by Captain.-Bruns, German Zeppelin commander, for the purpose of'exploring and mapping the -Arctic.  '- Tho Turkish Government has addressed a note to the, powers, asserting that it cannot agree to the continuance of foreign embassies in*, Con -  stantinople. It demands!ythe.tmiisfer  of the embassies to Angora, in! Asiatic  "Turkey, the present seat of the government- .-.- ���������.-/-:'-. ',..'.���������        ���������-  Agony Of Lumbago  Quickly Soothed Away  By "NerYiline"  "or the sharp, piercing pain of LUm-  bag[o, and ihe tormenting aches of  Rheumatism, no liniment ������������������ is so efficient, so quick to bring comfort ELnd  relief as good old "Nervili-Oe." This  wonderful liniment jpenetrates through  the tissues very quickly, sinks at once  to the core of-the pain, draws the  blood from the congested area, and  thereby relieves the pain in a short  time." Those who suffef from stiff  joints, swellings and Rheumatic conditions should use "Nerviline, tlie King  ��������� a.   -_ ��������������� _���������    .1   ._.!���������. .. ,.  ri ^J.   t-.t...... _.:.*������..   j-*>._  UL   i~ciiji   LlfOLiajj ci>3. vr-3", att?t viuuc   i.u  day, 35c. at all dealers.  Value of Farm Lands  According., to a hulletin issued by  the Dominion bureau of vStatistics, the  average value of occupied farm lands  in Alberta is placed- at ?25 an acre,  compared with $24 "for 1S23. The  highest average is Biitish Columbia  with $96 an acre. Alberta has the  lowest average, price pei acre ot occupied farm lands in all the pi evinces  of Canada, save Saskatchewan, where  J the average value is estimated at $24  an acre. Manitoba's average is $28  an acre.  Dog Has Ciock in Collar  Women have put cloelcs and watches  on wrists, ankles and garters, but Mrs.  Arthur Ferrimal, of San Diego, California, went even further when she  put a large collar on her dog and Installed a small carriage clock in the  collar. Mrs. Feriimal's timekeeping  retriever is an object of amazement  to*pop-eyed Britishers when she and  the pup take their stroll on the Strand.  SPRING IMPURITIES  DUE TO POOR BLOOD  Kraft-  SiacLaren  Sheass Co.  ������������J     u.-t .__  awau������* u.av-iai-1 &aa.a  Sss_ -se free recipe fcsoi,  Haa**.  ^_  Address............................ ...  Iii Girlhood and Womanhood  HER NERVES SO BAD  SHE COULD NOT SLEEP  Mrs. Grace" "Kitchen, St. George,  Ont., writes:���������"After having a severe  attack of pneumonia I was left in a  weak and run-down condition. My  nerves were so bad I could not sleep  nights, "and in the day time I had terrible fainting spells, caused by my  he^rt" being weak. Finally I got so  bad I had to take to my bed for weeks  at a time, but one day I read about  MILBURN'S  HEART AND NERVE PILLS *  so decided, to try them.  After !al__ng-b-ae box. I felt a slight  improvement. I have now taken five  boxes, and have gained 3a pounds ih  weight. I am now more than able  to' do all my own housework as well  as considerable outside work. I cannot recommend Milburn's H, & N.'  Pills too highly for those suffering as  I did." ...   ,..    Peace of Pacific EssWitlal-.  Premier Bruce, of Australia, be  lieves that in the peace of the Pacific;  there lies the best guarantee of the future of the world," and that by .friend-'  ship between Australia and the United  "States much can be done for. the peace  of the Pacific.  Makes Breathing Easy. The constriction of the air passages and the  struggle for breath,, too familiar evidence of V asthmatic trouble; cannot  daunt Dr. J. D- Kellogg's Asthma Item -  ecly. This is the famous remedy  which is known far and wide for its  complete effectiveness even under  very severe condition.!. It is no untried, experimental preparation, but  ono with many years of strong service  behind "it, But it from your nearest  dealer. .-7: .'��������� .." .    ���������'..'���������''  A Tonic Medicine a Necessity at  This Season -  Dr. Williams* "Pink Pills are an all-  year-round    tonic    for    the blood and  nerves.      But they are especially valuable in the spring when, the system  13 loaded with impurities as a result  of the indoor life of the winter months.  There  is no   other  season  when  the  blood is  so much in need of purifying and enriching, and every dose of  these pills helps to enrich the blood.  In the spring one feels weak and tired  ���������Dr.     Williams'     Pink     Pills     give  'strength.      In the spring the appetite,  is often pooi���������Dr. "Williams' Pink Pills  develop the appetite, tone-the stomach  and aid weak-digestion.    It,is .in-the  spring that poisons in the blood find  an outlet in disfluring pimples, eruptions and boils���������Dr.    Williams'    Pink  Pills clear the^skin because thoy go  to the root of the trouble in the blood.  In  the   spring   anaemia,   rheumatism,  indigestion, neuralgia and many other  troubles are most persistent because  of poor, weak blood, and it is ftt this  time when all nature takes on new life  that the  blood  most seriously heeds_  attention.       Some  people   dose themselves with purgatives*-but these-only  further weaken themselves.      A purgative merely - gallop's'   through    the  system, emptying the bowels, but does  not- help   the blood.     .On   the   other  hand,, Dr. Williams* Pink Pills enrich  the blood which reaches every' organ  in   the   body,   bringing  new   strength  and-vigor to weak, easily tired men,  women and   children:-      Try 'Dr. Williams' Pink Pills this spring���������they will  not disappoint you.      y      ~ 7  Among those who have proved the  value of Dr. - Williams.' Pink Pilts is  Mr. Austin Wile, Heinfor.d:, N.S., who  says ������������������"I have reason to be deeply  grateful fOr what Dr. Williams' Pinlc  Pills have done for me. An abscess  developed in my head, and the "doctor  who was called in said my whole system was poisoned. My appetite completely failed and I gre^y so weak I  was unable to do any work. The doctor's medicine did not help me so I  decided to try-Dr. Williams' Pink Pill3.  At this stage I was reduced almost  to a skeleton, antl my fiends did not  look for my recovery. I soon found,  however, that tho pills were helping  me arid after taking them for.-about  two months I was fully, restored to  health. My case was known to all  my neighbors and say recovery looked  upon as almost a miracle."  You can get these pills through any  medicine dealer or by mail at 50 cents  a box from Tho Dr. Williams* Medicine Co., Broekvilla,���������Oht^  DR. J. G. SHEARER  General Secretar> of the Social Service Council, who died very suddenly  in Toronto. *  Death   Of   fir.   Shearer  aiai ii aa.      i  i-l**a������  Was    General     Secretary     of    Social  Service   Council   of  Canada  Toronto.���������Rev. Dr. J. G. Shearer,"  general secretary of'the Social Service Council of Canada, diet! suddenly  here Friday night.  Rev. Dr. "Shearer was bcrn at Bright,  Ontario, in 1S59: He was a graduate  of the University of Toronto and was  one of the founders of the Lord's Day  Alliance of Canada. Since 1907 he'  had been general secretary of the Social Service Council of Canada and  had done effective work with this organization.      ��������� lie    was  Calaary's  MiH   Rate  Calgary's mill rate will be 42  mills  tMs^y eS.r_Twhicli. ^ytwp mills lo wet*  th^nTiti~^92f!'yand less than the ta-nta-  tiv^-estiniattfis'for 19-25.  -7  Not A Symptom  Left Anywhere  Dodd's  Kidney   PiMs  Cleared  Up  Joseph Lessard's Kidney  Trouble  Quebec. Man-Tells  How and  Why  He  Is   Now1 Enjoying   All   His  Old-time  ' Health and Vigor. ....  St. Leon, jQue.���������(Special).���������"tt gives  me pleasure to tell 3-ou how sa-tisfactory your Dodd's Kidney    Pill-,     have  ben "to me," Mr. Lessard states in an  interview.      "I have had boils for tlte  past eight months and have spent over  $60 for treatments, which did not. relieve "me of them.     -After taking five  boxes of Dodd's Kidney Pills my boils  have disappeared.      I also had violent  pains    in    my    kidneys and they have  also gone with the boils.      I ana now  feeling  fien   and   am   quite   well.       1  w-ould like to recommend Dodd's Kid-  well   known 1 ney-   PiUs.   to    all persons .who suffer :  .-������������������.������������������...���������-..,:        ,....-     ', .    ...   I with similar complaints to my own."     -  throughout Canada and enjoyed wide [     Dodd"s  Kidnev Pills   stimulate   and  respect.  Will Present Peace  strengthen.-.weak kidneys. iYou will.be  surprised how! quickly they*^ begin to  cleanse ahd purify, to soothe and heal  the kidneys,  at  the   same  titue back-  Petition  At   GeneYa - aches, rheumatism and other disorders-.,  caused by impure blood, disappear.-  Document Forwarded From Vancouver  - Contains Signatures of 80,000  Children *"  The League of Nations has received  a cable" front Sir George Foster, president of the Canadian League of Nations. Society, aslcing permission to file  at Geneva an international peace petition, signed by 80,000 children who are  enrolled in the" International Goodwill  Society. The petition will be presented-to the World Court of Justice,,  on behalf of the Parents' and Teachers' Federation- of Britisii Columbia.  The international peace petition was  forwarded to headquarters of the  League of Nations Society in Canada,  by the Vancouver branch of th^ society,.it was stated by Secretary TI. G.  Richardson.  Mr. Richart-clson said-'he cabled the  League of Nations at Geneva asking  permission ' to file .the petilt Ion with  the league.  To' have" the - children sound and  healthy, is the first care or .1 mother.  They "cannot be healthy if troubled  with worms. Use Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator. *  Alberta   Alfalfa Seed  Two    hundred     and  fifty   thousand-  pounds of alfalfa seed,; a comparatively new  product,^has been  sold   from  the 1&24 crop of. Alberta.7.  experience,   1  Ptercc's.  -Favorite    Prescription-   was  '���������'My .; 'firsi'  ���������Laevj-'n Studio  With7 Dr.  a bout '"'tlte -time I was crowing into  womanhood," .said Mrs. Hilda .Hocl-  ���������f'iiis"oC"50-| Aytmcr Ave.;''Windsor,  Out., v.'liosc, picture appear.** itboyc.  "I had become ruutlown," iny nerves  v.-crc! had and I got very weak and  trembly. My mother -o-uvc' me Dr.  Piercc"������ Favorite Prescription and it  coniplutcly built me tip in health,  f-trcngthencrJ my nerves and made  inu, icv\ wwll aiur'etroti-}.. Since, I.  in-jfrled',- wliehever -I- have felt.myself  t-'oinpf down in health, nr my nerve.1  beginning to bother -lite, l have taken  lhe 'l**"ivoii_e Prescript ion* and every  lime it liar, done for tne just -what 1  expeeted it would do���������built nie ������;������  in health stud strength, quieted my  nerves and made me feel fine. Tficre.  i.-.n"t Biny pu-vdicJiie ik'"woi_tau can take  for her' illst -that... ran compare with  'Favorite , Pt-etierSptidn.'' ", ���������   ���������  ���������"  Send ldc to Df. Pierce's��������� Laboratory v.\, Vlri-ljrclntrj.;, O'-t., for ** 1 rir-1  vhsf.  Favorite .Prescription tablet*-.  iMaiai 1 a. ���������aawawiaa n.aawia.a������a��������� taaaamwawaaaa..���������"aawtaaaam ���������...wnai. lajj.hH.iwi-imi���������.trntummm.���������*���������������imiaiawna,i������ lAaaialiiat* ianwaiii.a���������f  "\\r^sT":i ?." "i 57 'c ~ "  ���������Mothing  To   It  " -Mra.' Suburb.���������Your husband���������ulwuy*.  drepfies so quietly.  "Mis. Next-Door;���������Oh, does he? Yon  ought to hear him when ho loses hi*?  colhir Bludt ;,  ��������� "V .-���������������������������,'���������:���������-'  Externally op Internally, it is Good.  When applied externally by brlslc rubbing, Dr. Thpni-vs "Eclectric Oil opens  l,hu poreti umd ponutratetj tho ll.satio,  touching tho seat of the trouble and  Iraniodlately affording relief. Admin-,  lettered-Internally, U will still tho irritation iu the throat which induces  coughing and will relieve afCecllons-t ol'  the bronchial tubes nnd respiratory or-  gttni-.  .Try It and be coiwlnqcd..  The word "nil hunt tint" has" eitUROd  some* wars; , the word ',"forelgiu*ran  cause-, moist of them.  The wag of a yellow 'dog's tail is  better thaa the shake of a false  friend's hand.  CHAPPED HANDS  Minard's eases tlu-tu, soot lies  and heals.  '" ,  It protects them from biting  winds.       .���������'������������������.  Mix Minard's with siveet__oil antl  use as shaving lotion. Makes  your face  feel ftue. ,  CUTICURA HEALS  r  Hollowny'u. Corn Rempver raken, the  cons out by the rota. Try it and prove  it.  Y  For 0110 vutuder hi London lliure 4U'e  four In New Tor!., anil no fewer lluth  eight 111 Chicago.  ^MlriarU'tt Lhilmeht Flhc for tho Hair  Eru ptlo n s' 0 n, Shbu.l.dersrNeck  and Face. Itched :and Burnedi  "My trouble began with red epotn  breaking out on tny -thonlders,  neck and face. They itched Mid  burned causing* me to scratch and  Irritate the mflected part*. The eruptions itcaled over and my clothing  aggravated them. My face was disfigured, and the trouble kept getting  worse.   ���������  " T bewail u-ttin-r Cuklcu^a Soap  and Ointment, and afte-->uslng three  cakes of Cutlcura Soap and one  and a half boxes of Cuticura Ointment I was completely healed."  (Signed) Miss Paulino Mills. R.  1*. D'4������ Quaker Cltyi Ohio, June  15, 1923.    , '..,',  Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Talcum are *������11 you need for 6vt_ry-dity  toilet and nursery purposes.  Hampta M.utt i-raa of ���������aatl,    Htlatraw* I ���������>i������ni������ii  llatnuti    "OaUtarn, T, 0. ������������.������ tilt, M������n������r������_J ���������'  - "rlaatJlMjf M-. Olrt tia-i*nt US iwnil 6(M. T*teuiirt 8������������.   "mr t*ur u.w SliAiutt. Stack.  May Duplicate Singapore Base  Great    Britain    Will    Probably    Build  Another In Australia  Great Britain may duplicate thfj  Singapore naval base in Australia, ac- j  cording to Hear-Admiral P. Hall i  Thompson, flr's-t naval member of the |  Australian naval board. Admiral i  Hall has ,jtn..l. relut'nodM'roni Hie con-1  ference of British admirals at-SInga-j  poro. ,  Speaking  at  a   civic ree<-ption,   the \  admiral hinted that a base similar to j  the one being constructed at Singapore  probably would be built near Darwin.  During the conference at Singapore  the    British     admirals    discuss-<l   tlte  proleelton ol! trade route.* in  tlmo of[  war. '  CoQk^st-RegulatiTig-Qoitnpo  A ijiI|-, Reliable, rrtwl-������t|rtg  tnepikTrie,'1m v,<-vnrp    .SatVt'in  thrt������ al'ri-rrca M,'lf#,*j;ltt! N������.'|, t>|:  Nv..;,M: 'iS'i>7. s.v. :s;M.i t������, -II,  'W!..jr������i������-<-S<s������V.''t.������--;fV������������t>|.vhWli������*������'<  THIl  CQOa MEOICIMC  CO^  .������*..-.y������Hent^'tlma������ila"Wmfl,������. V"������.">���������?  . p, |������,,.,;   ,.aja,Pl,|.,������ I*,'il.t . M������*la ', ,r A. I -  OVER MaXl-r A OINTURV ������V:l������UT������_TION  Dr. L������ CsLEiiG ������ MvitR*kioN������vci  WKAKRIU'i.Bk'$a:9IUa.(>i'-'*". Owivn , Mat K* ril������-.������ a-  Dei LECLERC'S ^5AN/EM'A  *������y* and n,������������.iaai.a-: r���������n i.atrn*������ jaii.ui ni������.  Dr. L������ SaLEiiC S *.r<*H������icu-*-^h.lu.  Sola! hr IsaJlBt C-aatn.tva.     J'r.c������������  an  KiitjUntl  3\.  *0a-t-rCl.B������C M������J.Cct.H������*������r������tt"ttl'-al. S'.VVJ.t,a>������tii.tai  ���������r M_1S Ot. IO Iron *ll.r-o������ *5.l.1-..To-i-.r.io.O-n.  "��������������� M. BH.U.U*."; STK'tS. Nt.**' VOJ-K-Cl I V.  A   Household   Medlelift.���������They  that;  are, acaua.Int.ecl with the sterling prop-!  ortles of Dr. Thomas' .Eclectric* Oil in ,  the treatment of many- ailments would (  not bo without it In the- house.      It is  truly  a hour,-'hold  medlt-.nc- nnd  as*  It  i������ effective in dealing with -many or-;  dlntiry complaints It is ������n Inexpensive  medlulno.     So, lceop It ������t hand, as the  call   for   It   may   come   most   utivx- ;  pectedly }  I ���������nu,    .i  n aaaal fcw-aa*  King George'st yacht, the JJritannla,  Ut one of the fast em afloat. ft ear-  rlofl ft,235 M-iuare feet  of canvas when  III    Mill   Haiti.  Minard's  L.inlme'n for Colds < <mim**mutmnmiBmmmimaiB   ^^i"ra������������������M-gr-������������������H-^-.---T-x- ���������'"ffTr-~,-^-fr~."-n-,-1 *7T~ .  iaatsMCSsrasssssttiissa  if  Fob Sa������_>���������S bea*- off horses, weights  fro-. 1350 to 165ft, aged  from 5  to  S  Jteara.   Also two sets  work   h-H-ngps,  ogging truck and chains.   H. S. Mo  Creath, OresfcoiSc ,     x,y  For. SAiJB--__strgt_tdrag saw outfit,  circular baw and 6 b.p. gasolene engine,  almost new. Can be seen at the Bevsm  Garage, Creston, ^br apply Dowd.  Caa-aaday, Lister.  There will be an'auction sale of  horses and other equipment of Canyon  City Lumber Company, Ltd., at tbe.  mill -premises at Canyon City on  Tuesday, Jane SOfcbo'  HAY tOR SAira���������Five tons of first-  cutti.**g alfalfa, ready abotit June 25tb. |  920 top, deliveredjiirect from the field  in shape" tb .piita In   barn   or  stack.  Bert Boffey, Creston.  At the June meeting on Friday  afternoon Mis. VL Walters was chosen  secretary fbr tbe balance of the year,  replacing Mrs." Argue,  who is r* mov-  ������___-���������    _ _T_     nlaaT_l������-*^_V*r aVtaTIa,     ���������������_&_������������������������**!__  **"*l."***L   "a������xx ,A-������*a. ������������������7������^a~   ���������������������-   ���������,*^m������^-������'������--������  An Ice cream and strawberry social  under tbe auspices of tbe Presbyterian  E&dies* Aid will be held at Mrs.  Henderson's oa Thursday, June 25th,  1 to 9 p.m.    All are invited.  "*_������s*_--"Ou May ,10th, between the  Nbuguier ranch at Canyon, andJtne  Milonx ranph, Creston, brown ostrich  feather ftole. Finder please return to  either one of these places.    Reward.  I  The   - -waterworks  commenced   putting  J  Local and Personal  Pies Fob 8-ax.s���������Seven   week-*  old,  &. Davie, Canyon.  For SAitE���������Underwood typewriter,  in good shape.    Enquire Review Office.  Fob Sale���������Auto knitter, good as  new, will sell right. W. .Miller,  JESrickson.  Vi_*(BXSA--t---CidiBi* vinegar in prime  shape, 50 cents a gallon. Alex. Mira-  belli. Creston.  jlOBSKS Fob: Sams���������Team work  horses, weight about 1400 lbs.* going  cheap.   :H. Sparrow, Lister.  Wood Fob SAXJB���������Abont fifteen  cords of first class 16 and 18 inch dry  t^marac and fir, $6 delivered. Bert  B<>flS-y,Creston.  Anglican Church Services  Fob Rent���������i-room cottage on Park  Road, possession immediately. Apply  Arrowsmith Ranch, Creston.  WAKTED-^Five strawberry^ pickers  and-one-packer, aecommodation provided.    H. F. Robson, "Wynndel.  Mrs. Buriburt of Moosejaw, 8ask.,  is a Creston visitor this-week* a guest  of her parents, Mr. and  Mrs. Fransen.  Wanted���������Small fruits, vegetables  and apples. State varieties. Also  eggs.    McKeown   & Coulter,   Fernie.  company have"  meters on the  heavy users of water in tbe village,  and will likely continue the work until  all use*-* are on tbe meter system.  Birth���������At Windsor, Ontario, on  June 1st, to Mr. 'and Mrs. J. Ware  I hauva daughter. Mrs. Warebani left  Oreston in August last to join her  husband at "Windsor, where they are  now* residing. -j  Friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. P.  Stark' will sympathise viith them in  tbe death of theii* son, "Jeffrey, which  took place at the family home near  "Victoria last week.  Robin Hood and his merry  crew whotook from the rich  to aid the poor; Ids love for  sweet   Maid   Marian:   Sher-  *������m,  The village council has just placed  an order for about 27,000 feetof lumber  which will be used in new sidewalk-  construction and general repair work  in the village, which will be gone on  with almost immediately. ,  Strawberries        and        Raspberries  "Wanted���������We   would   like   to   get  in  Mi's Selma Anderson left on Friday  ffor Kimberiey, wbert* she .has taken a                      ,,-,.*-  position, and will be remaining for the | tench w*h grower* -<"2^^������������  John with their stdffs^ and  cudgels���������all etched out of the  dim past and made to live  again! .  Towering battlements wiih  turrets seeming to cut the sky; *  - great castles of giant kings  with their moats and drawbridges redrawn- across the  span of 800 years and set before eyes of io-dayl The (great  Fairbanks as bandit chief���������  yet supreme in the role of  romantic loverl  SUNDAY, JUNE   14-  CRESTON  8 and 11 a.m.        7.30 p.m.  "^ _**S^"t5.S������      _V8"La?%J S**��������� "_.g     VsEae  CNGIKECR   .ARCHITECT  SURVEYOR .  (Resietered) /  CRESTON, B.C.  J"w  Pmnoforte9 Organ ana  Singing Lessons  ARTHUR COLLIS, Creston  r.O.BssU  present.  Mrs. Stanley Hendr������>n and children  left on Monday for Vancouver, where  she will visit with her parents for a  few weeks. -'  Bert Nelson, who is on the provincial police force at Kimberiey now, is  spending the week with his wife and  family he������"e.  Piano Fob Sat.-���������Gpod as new,  must be sold and going at a bargain,  lerms to reliable party. H. S. McCreath, Creston.  Mrs. H. Christie returned on  Thursday from a month's visit with  relatives and friends at -Salem and  Portland, Oregon.  Rev. H Varley left on Tuesday for  Canadian Bank of Commerce.   Taylor  Bios., Medicine Hat, Alta.  ���������The "Ladies' Aid of Creston United  Church are having an "afternoon tea  with sale of cooking and candy at the  home of Mrs. Tom Ross, next the  Lidgate garage, On Saturday after*  noon, June 13th, from 3 to 6 O'clock, to  which all aire.invited.. _  . The poundkeeper hat? had a rather  busy time of it-the paBtwe-^ic. With  the h|gh waterpn "tlie flatsthie ranchers* cattle have1developed the habit of  at raying in ^. ;t^wn; ti ed getting^into  ���������M������op!e*a 'gardens^.V-*:i__i^-������yH'i*iitti*^ the  calling In Of the pbundkrVper!i.l ;"  _3 FO_R.iSA.lliK!  Thnrs., Friday, Saty., June I89 19, 20  Prepare for Summer?  A\f.    Nelson 7 x>fy^Creston_-.. Valley          _ Produce-  Company*;*,h������s yiHiisyweek  Nelson, where he is  in  attendance at.J puPCi,a8ed   that    pa.pt  of  the"*.CTnion  the annual session of the synod of the ���������-" ......  diocese of Kootenay*   ......  . j������ ���������  at    pa  ���������*jrr������T, ��������� ������������������it   JJ   ---���������������������������     wm m.      t%f%m%ti t  BjaWW4*1 H   tJ^H^gBSKTJ    ^^j^������M^g Jq|^g   (������.%,^,%J  Meet* THIRD THTJKSDAY of  each month at Mercantile  Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  At the sitting of the county court  here on May 27th Judge Form issued  naturalization papers to Dolf Weir  and Emil Oetrenski.  Mr. Jos. Heath, who has been here  sinee "Wednesday? doe to the sudden  passing of "Mrs. Heath, returned to  Invermere on Wednesday.  ERIC OLSON, W.M.  Wantkd���������At once, girl   or   woman  to   work   in    kitchen    and   laundry.  Wages $30 per month with  room and  \ board.   Apply Creston Hotel.  V. MAWSON  CBBSTONT  200 Columbia  and  Brunswick  Records  at  Reduced Prices  Any 75c. Record $ .50  jftl.00 Record 65  1.26 Record B&  1.50 Record     1.00  -<  Cf  at  Found���������Anyone who lost an umbrella at the Chautauqua tent, or un  Ingeraoll watch on Saturday, can  recover same at Review Offlee.  The evening of Thursday, June 26th,  haa heen appropriated by the Presbyterian Ladies' Aid for their usual ice  cream and strawberry festival.  j In the absence of Rev. J. A. James,  who   in  attending    tbe   assembly   at  i Toronto this month, services In tho  Presbyterian Church are   withdrawn.  Ed. Gardener left  on  Tuesday  tat  _2_uoio, where ho takes the position of  blacksmith at tho Cork Province mine  near tbat town, which ia opening up  again.  Never in Creaton**- history ban theH-  heen so much silver currency in circulation as io tbe ease this month.  American silver dollar*! are very  prominent.  Mrs. B. McLauchlin and three children have arrived from Winnipeg, to  jolnMr/McLanchlm, whb haa ta������������  occupying tbe Qualfe ranch for some  month* past.  Mrs. Hopwood and Mr. and Mi-n.  Heap, who are visitors from Leth*  bridge, were calling on ctpoaano  frfende at. tht* end of the week, making  the trip by motor.  warehouse bnildingsyt^^  ly used  ssa a feed... wareHbuse,!   He is  having the place   altered slightly and  will be taking   possession   before   the  end of the tmoi\J,h.  G. M. Argu-, lately manager of  Beattiet-Ontway, Ltd.. who left for  | Wycliffe a few weeks ago, was in  town at the end of the week for a  couple of days and left. c-n. .Sunday for ]  Nelson, where he will be >m the staff  of the City Drug , Cbnipany ..in. that  city for the next few months.  Due to showery weather for almost  the past week tbe shipping of straw-  berries has not heen as large hs  anticipated but with a few duys of  heat ������he   movement   will   be   heavy.  Prepare for Vacation!  DRUGS,    FANCY GOODS,    STATIONERY  and TOILET ARTICLES  CRESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE  -���������: 7:- !0IS6.'KJB^  - MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY ���������pES&iM ���������  Frtiit C^wersy ^^^hlioiiS  We are offering you this year a superior Box, as the  _ box ends are* Pine and Spruce, and woe supply one*  piece tops and bottoms, unless otherwise specified.  PRICKS OTON REQUEST.   ;     Permit iwtb^up^  Til** .,  rmkita     j^iV.ct    i"53i3S-aiitaCHj    ���������������������     -*rcp  ill mot-1 aa big as  last -{rear, and prices  are almost certain ta> ba higher.  K. Kleist had the btul luck to have  his right leg broken 'just. b������lo**" the  knee on Friday morbing last while at  work In the ,yar*r at the Monrad  Wigen sawmill -nip Lli^rd preok. Mr.  Kleist misjudged the speed of a board  coining down the ohtite, the timber  ntriklnghla leg and making a rather  bad break. He waa rimhod to town  by auto and the break, set by Dr.  Burnett.'  Rev. Geo.  Knox, with   Mrs. Kiioic  and daughter, left on Monday by auto  ffor tSii-'lr V.CVJ fte!3 of labor at Bap**ter-  fcon, near New Westminster. Ho has  been ln charge of tho Methodist  ohurch for the |iasi five yeitra carried  oc as during hla stay. He has had the  ���������atUfaotaon of aeetng tha membership  grow from CO to 101, ws well ������������ seeing  boil* the church and paraonage cleared  of debt. Both Mr. .and Mrs. Knox  enjoyett tne esteem -1> t iii*** ������>���������*.������*������ aaaa mum*  have the bent win he*- of all for -niccena  In tiicii? cbovt Held of tT0_**".  Western Box & Shin^^^^^ j^  \P.O.Box9L J^^  iii_iMiiiiiiii"nr'-ii'~ii*"ifr^-r**~  lailPii as^s9'2A.'"'   H^|*Bfl|^^^ M S 5T_B_"'!___*������  H    111  H11   BlffBI   ii_l' m   Q  HHHH^nRij^^Q '' ffl- "H BTfl HJHM'RraH  H^Ri  xsrsA'irts^ryrri-mxiii  1!"l.T-|l'.'.r'".     '   ' ." ''"���������Wr  ii^,,liiii-,",a,!il,y-*f*  We also handle a line 6f aUARAHTEEB SEC^D  HANI> USED GARS.  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