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 .*������������������������--     -~ -a  '      ������JL  ib**&  *-Ma_-  Vol. XYIX  CRESTON. B. Cm FRIDAY, MAY 22.  1925  No. 14  Hr. and Sara.'neap were weeaeua  visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Simister at  Creston.  The auto tourist "trafiic . is starting  off with a.rush. Six cars., were unloaded at  Kuskanook  eastbonnd   on  The week-end tourist rush to Kuskanook is also in full swing, almost a  dozen cars being parked" there for the  usual Sunday afternoon outing on -the  17tb.  Mrs. -Martin and Mrs. "Whiteside got  back on Friday from a trip to Seattle.  Mrs. Loasby, who has been in the  e&tne city for a week with Mrs. Cook  of Creston, got home pri.Saturday.  Quite a company of old. friends and  acquaintances of W. D. Xouhey had p,  stag at home on Saturday night in his  honor at the home of Mr. Hinea, at  which a most enjoyable time was had,  with Master Mechanic Ironsides of  Cranbrook officiating as master of  ceremonies. ^  Funds have been raised and other  arrangements made for the usual  Victoria Day picnic and outing fbr the  Sirdar children,, which will this ye&r  be held on Saturday,. May __3rd. If  the weather is right it should be a red  letter day for the youngsters and  grownups alike.  W. D. Touhey, who has held down  the position of car foreman at Sirdar-  for the past fifteen years, left on Monday for"Vancouver, to which terminal  he has been ' transferred to take up  similar work. Mrs. Touhey and family axe~remaining until school closes.  Mr* Touhey planning to return in July  to move the family. Bill has been a  splendid all round citizen during his  long residence here and wiii certainly  be missed. His successorjs Mr. Dibley  of Swift Current, Sask.,' who arrived  at the end of the week to take charge.  Th������ feature to social activities this  week -iva8 the garden fete given hy  Miss Rose Pasciizzo at which music  and sociability pre-dominated,.refresh'  ments being served in a large marquee  and cooling drinks making and ideal  substitute for tea. The guests included  'Mra. Walthers. Mrs.-Wilson, Mis.  Brawn, Mrs. Proctor, Mrs. Cam.  Mioses Chadwick, Wilson, Heap,  Parento, the Misses Cam and Toiericb,  and Lester Grosbeck, Nelson Smith,  Pete Cherbo and Jim Pascuzzo. The  time passed most pleasantly the  going-home hour-of five coming all  toe quickly-���������-Com.  ' ���������: -1  age to his . crop.   Me   left  the   house  shortly after eight,   but not returning,  shortly after ten Mrs. Maxwell became  alarmed and not finding him working  in   the   neighborhood   went  over   to  enquire at the Wickstrom place,  and  Mr. Wickstrom set out to   see   if  he  was on the ranch anywhere, and was  horrified to discover him just through  the fence back of the barn dead from a  bullet   wound.   Dr.. Burnett   was  at  once    notified    and    although    it  is  evidently a case  of  death   front   the  accidental discharge  of  the* weapon,  being a new   practitioner   tbe   doctor  thought it well   to   have   an   inquest.  With coroner Dr. Henderson away it  is necessary to bring in Dr. McKenzie,  coroner at Nelson,   who will arrive at  noon today (Thursday) and will hold  the usual  enquiry.    Deceased  was   a  well jfe*5������"1*- student   of   the  Valley,  cousin0* here at Iss���������t fifteen -s-fjss's ago,  and settling  on   the  ranch   he "now  occupies.    He was in   his  65th   year,  and is survived by a widow and three  sons.   Clarence of Vancouver; "Robert  of  Nanton,   Alberta;   and   Denssil   of  Cranbrook,    who    arxived   home   on  Wednesday, with whom a  large circle  of friends   will   sympathize   in   their  heavy bereavement. ������  192S CHai&tatiqim  Fians Completed  -x  \      ���������*" i *     - "!  I store at Ei ie*_3G_t as donating fountain ]  pens as prizes.    At   Creston   druggist  Kelly wiii need at least   SO ice   cream  cones   to   take' care   of_ the Canyon  scholars.  The sale of season tickets for the six  day Chautauqua;: at Creston, which  opens on Wednesday next, is now  under way afc all points in the Valley,  and up to the present the demand for  these admissions ..has been well up to  the sales of previous years.  As in the - past reserve seats will  again be -available at $1 for the whole  .eleven programmes, or ten cents single-  The plan is at the Fraser bakery and  we advise immediate reservations as  there is a   good :deniand.   one   buyer  Mrs. Alexander, who has been visiting at the old home in Scotland for the  past* few month--, arrived back sh  Canyon last   week,   and   is  stopping  WalaU  SS-aS.  Oltime Canyon ites   who * cany recall"  residents   of  ten   years   ago   will   be  interested to know that Pete Denseies  who left here in 1015 to live at Leduc.  Alberta, is back again   driving   team  forC O. Rodgers.  Bev.   G.   Knox   is    due   back   this  week   and   will   take   the   Methodist  A. H. Piggnt was at  this week, making an  ties in this district.  his home here  inspection   of  taking a block of six the first day the  plan was on view. * i service on   Sunday   afternoon.    It   is.  -Fi-om Ladner and Armstrong, where]'tS5*Pftcted his finai sc*vice "**������   *������   the  Chautauqua onened at the first, of fch������ [ f<*lev������hig Sunday.  Kitchener was quite, well represented  at the dance at Porthili on Saturday  night, at Beast three autos being  requisitioned-to carry the crowd of  young people.  The baseball team made their first  appearance away from home on Sun  day afternoon, when they played at  Creston, and were defeated by a score  pf-9 to 2. Creston team is - billed to  play another game at Kitchener nn  Sunday, May 24th.  Geo. Keece arrived from Cranbrook  last,week and is���������again   in   charge   of  forestry fire patrol work' in the Kitch  ener district.  Quite a large crowd took in the  "Birth of a Nation" in Creston on  both Friday and Saturday, and all  report it a very fine, picture. *  The 4ce~, cream season has now  opened. Both store** nave .their parlors  fixed up, and ice cream in great variety  can now be had.  MiBs,.F|.prenc0 .Wood arrived lost!  week fronLGreston, -and . is - as**ist*s**  her father, Jas. "Wood* in bis Wynn-  .del store.  Mrs. R. O. Eakin and -family arrived  on Monday .from 'Vancouver, and  expect to make quite un extended visit  here this summer.  week comes word that this year's,  programme is the most popular of the  many presented. The McDonald  Kiddies are tremendously popular and  along with the comic opera, "The  Mikado," are said to be weli������~*orth the  price of admission alone. The lecturers this year, too, are of the same high  class, and Creston is assured the  bigge8t~and best week of entertainment that is likely to come tnis - way  for many years';,  Alihost 300 children are expected tb  line up in the costume parade which  will be staged at 2 o'clock Sat ui day  afternoon, May 80th., and -for which  four prizes will^be given in each school  as well as four grand prize*-. -The  youngsters from the - schools at Lister,  Canyon, Eriekson, Wynndel and  Creston are assured, and if tranopor  tation can be had the Kitchener cbii  dren Will also be in line.  - Free ice cream will   be   given   each  Guy Browell \vas here from-Nelson  a few days at the end of the week,  demonstrating the new Chrysler auto,  for which the firm -that employs him  is agent. He motored to-. Nelson on  Sunday. ""-'_  W. Wetherbtad was. home from  Yahk for the weekend and' witnessed  the showing of the '"Birth of a Nation"*  at the Grand ba. Saturday night, along  with quite a few other Canyonites.  He says the water .in "the rives* at  Yabk is very high and he has gotten  out about half of the winter's ent.  a axa a._H jua.aan^a^t_-������*a-..  of last week, and had  B. Johnson opened his. beer   parlor  n������+nj ������������������-, that middls  a very generous,  trade on Saturday.    He has the place  attractively decorated   and   in   every  way in .accord with the regulations.  There is .sure to be a, big crowd here  on Saturday night for the wrestling  match in Hunt's Hail - between Fred  Androsoff of ^Kitchener and Nels  Jepson of Yahk. Both are report* d  to be experienced matt artists and' as  the match is best two out of three falls  some fine rassling may be looked for*  The admission is $1 to men, and 50  cents to ladies and boys, and there  will be a dance after.  Otto Johnson, L. Moberg and Arvid  Samuelson have   gone   to   Kitchener. \ * _,.. ������������.������___-���������       _  ���������"    ��������� .._._____..____       This week the beer parlor in connec  tion with the McConnell Hotel opened  where they are "working   at' the Sash  & Door Company mill at present.  for business, Mr. McGonegal getting  the necessary license on Monday. He  has had the place nicely fitted up and  is sure to get his share of the trade.  Summer has  humming bird-  officially '"arri ved.  -the vety first   of   the] ton  AI     B.  S. BevtUi, the  well-known   Cres-  garage   man,, is opening   out   a  Ea*B������k&on  youngster in t%f parade, thanks to the j       ^^   ^    ^   ^    Geo_ Jacks.branch garage here .This   week   in   a  K*���������e^s..,-a,_^*^������y  ^f-C^Uanch on Friday las*-,  ton Drug & ^-3j^t;^ore.-   Tickets, will   _ ���������   _v__x * , ^___  Woi^d has |wst;'*been   received" from  -who has * been  xtfealdents of the Valley were deeply  t_tlrred when the news spread on  Wednesday morning of the sudden  death of James Maxwell, who was  killed by the discharge of his rifle  while getting through a wire fence  near the barn, going out on u hunt for  pheasants which had been doing dum->  ^mmmmmmmmmXwm,^^^^^^,  ���������^t^aF'-'*-**  *  *   S,  ' '-:,^/",Al|*1.<a'I������Jl|..^...  j?>v'; ��������� *i'''-5-j  ���������LvX'  f'<*r;-i*.i*'ll-i*.f.'.*>i;  'J&f'gA  '���������'<��������� *-&'���������  t*lnaua.iattHal  tt>t������������,Mll���������thi.  leader  oi  jltlC Ja.4ttlt^aa .v.w.������U>-,  t.a.w   v. ...      ~-~-  Laudcr" Lauder at Chautauqua.  Miss K. R<������sindale left on Friday for  Yahk, where she wilL make her home  for awhile, with Mrs. Murray at  Gamp'8. -.'.-"' '"'���������     /  *aj        . ''"v."  I'here will be a meeting   in   the   old  schoolhouse at 8 p.m., Saturday, May  23rd.    about    irrigation.      All   those,  interested in thii-J subject are asiteed to  attend.   A. Joy will take the chair.  The CF R. paint crew is here at  'present, at work on the new station.  Mrs. Ken. Dewar of Rossland is a  visitor here at present, the guest of  her father, John Bathie.  0 Tie hauling and shipping are prominent in commercial activities these  days. A. & E. Atidestad loaded out a  car on Monday, and M. Wigen has  several tea hi ^ hauling and has about  four cars piled on the siding.  Mrs. R. Ro(*indale*s new house is  nearing completion, and she expects  to move into it before the end of the  month  Geo*. Williams, who has been around  the district the last eighteen months,  left for the Old Countryy a few day a  ago. where he has secured a good  position.  H. Beaumont ban the contract to  move the old store building of E.  Butterfield ncrost. the \ truck to a now  eltc, where it will bo ro built into a  two room bungalow.  The'tennis clnh arftTb hav������ a neckttn  dance In the old echoolhoiiBc on Saturday night. May 2IIrd. Ladles -aire,  expected to bring? a gent's tic with  their mimo (noble. ThoHe will bo  auctioned before" supper,, Gentlonion  not securing u tie will be charged 50  ecnta. Ladies please bring refresh  mentn. Good music, niid pjood time  guaranteed.  Co-Operativo Fruit Growers Assool  atlon havo unloadod three cars of  strawberry crates this wook, and* aro  expecting two or three moro any time.  Tbo demand for raspberry crates will  be very light thia year as most of the  gro'"5*ro'ra wc-ro foiced to cut tholr ranpu  back owing to canon being killed by  tho December bHz-mrd.  be handed put before the parade starts  and at the endof the march the cones  will behanded out at the store. The  parado "committee is also indfbted to  the co-operative store at Eriekson who  are giving four fountain pens as prizes  for tbe best dressed boys and girls  from the Eriekson and Canyon schools.  With' these attractive prizes it will be  surely Eriekson or Canyon tbat will  win -nt least "one of the grand-prizes.  Miss Ayle*������worth, the supervisor  who is already here, is specializing oh  the child ren,8 work and it is more  than likely that the musical programme that afternoon will be a little  longer than usual and the talk* by  Judge Bale particularly appropriate  for children's day. Another feature  to the effort witb the youngsters is the  bad habits bonfire which will lie set off  ut the fair grounds on the evening of  Tuesday, May 26th, at 7.30.  Those attending Chautauqua are  asked to come early on opening night  so as to give as much time as possible  for the collection of the amusement  tax before the hour for*-- opening  arrives. If anyone wanting a season  ticket is not called upon by the ticket  sellers they can purchase these tickets  at the drugstore, bakery, Speers* or  the Review office.  . Everyone is reminded of the community church service to be held in  the.big tent on Sunday morning and  evening. May 31st. While we are not  at liberty to divulge the names of the  speaker or the musicians we* can  assure that the morning devotional  exercises, particularly, will be the  roost Impressive in the years Chautauqua has made a stop at Creston. On  Sunday evening the speaker will 6o  Norman Moore, and hla subjeot, "The  Measure of a Man."  _f_____-fr_if__ ^U_T__f&_fi___      AW^SBrnw ttjf  Mervyn Williams, -who has -* been on  an extended visit to 'England, that he  is sailing for Canada next week," and  will be bock to Lister early in June. y.  ��������� Harold Langston left at the first of  the week for Kiockmann, where*' he  will be remaining for several months.  A little later Mrsl Langston will leave  for Winnipeg to spend the summer.  John Bird is taking a real holiday  this week, leaving on Fridiay for  Nel&onyto.renew acquaintances iu_.ilmt  city until the end of tbe week.  Mr. Gillespie, who h������s been spending the winter here along with Mrs.  Gillei-pip, with her parents, Mr. and  Mrs., Niblow, is, moving to Canyon  City shortly, having purchased the-  raneh of *W. O; Cleave at that point.  Miss Cherrington has -the school  children greatly interested in the  costume parade at Creston's Chautauqua on Saturday afternoon. May 30lh,  and if transportation is available there  will be. at least 30 vhildreu from here  in the parade.  Mt-Ksrs. Malthoune and Powers have  been biu-y the- past few days with  ploughing and cultivating some of the  places that have reverted back to the  LS<B.| and have certainly made a  creditable job of it.  During his visit here last week Jos.  Bell made arrangements with Andrew  Sinclair to look ufter the Bell bees this  Benson, and aloh*-. with their owu������Mr.  Sinclair should this fall take off the  biggest honoy crop In  East Kootenay.  Mr. Adlard of Crouton w-as in charge  of the church 8ervice on Sunday, Lister  having its devotional exercises in the  afternoon, a delegation from the Ores  ton    Mothodlot    choir    helping*    ont  splendidly with the music.  Lister junior ba&eball team will play  a game with the Canyon City juniors  at 3 p.m., Saturday, May 23rd.  building .that Us iwiiig erect*��������� next the  Devlin -stoie," and- which will-provide a  repair shop approximately 20 x 40 SeetB  Henri l__spins, - an experienced  mechanic wiit.be in charge and with a  fu-tE;line*of parts always on hand and  a sfHsoline supply always on hand.  Kitchener is assured & long needed  and satisfactory auto repair service.  j Tbe  many   friends   of. Miss   Irene  Schmidt, a former teacher here,  will  read with interest the   report   of* her  marriage at her home in Rossland on  May 13tb, which   we   take   from   the  Rossland Miners   One of the prettiest  home weddings in * the history of the  Golden City was solemnized   at   high  noon Wednesday, at the home of Mr.  and "Mrs. John Schmidt,   Washington  St.    South.     when    their    youngest  daughter, Irene Beatrice,  became the  bride of Harvey  David Drummond, of  Vulcan,   Alberta.   Just  no  the   bells  were chiming the noon hour, the bride  entered the living room on the arm ox  her father.   Very j-jirlish   and   pretty  she looked ia her gown   of   white fiat  crepe, with panel of lace and trimmed  with seed jpearis.   Her veil of tulle woe  worn cap   fashion, ^caught   up  with  orange    blossoms,    and   her  shower  bouquet was of sunset and bride roses,  combined with 1 lilies of the valley and  asparagus   fern.    The  young   couple  left by motor for Spokane, and for the  next ten weeks   will" motor  through  Southern Oregon and up the Coast to  Vancouver, and expect to make their  home    In    North    Vancouver,     The  groom's gift to the bride was a magnificent rope of pearls.   ������������������������ - -- -- ��������� ���������  -������������������������������������   A. Bond loft at the llrat of the week  for Kimberiey whore there is conoid-      n,���������n^iMa��������� ,������ mW,,.���������- .,,���������.__������,���������.,_, +i__.  orablo plastering work ln   sight,   Mrtk.!!^^^8^^  will probably remain for sonic weeks.  Alf. Speaker, jr., Is taking up the  trade of auto mechanic, being on the  staff at The Lidgate garago at Crouton,  The sale of Chautauqua tickets la in  full owing this week and in good  demand. At tho school tho young-stora  arc making great piano tb capture the  grand prines in tho costume parade,  and thoro will bo keen competition tor  tho best dri-1-i.t-.d paradors, aa the co-op.  picnic at the Huscroft Community  Picnic Ground-! on fiinnday. May 24tha**  AllBortBtof games for the chlldreUf  Come, und bring your basket.  Annual Meeting Stoehbrndirs' Asudattoi  The annual meeting of Creston Vul  ley Stockbreeder*** Arwoeintlott will beheld in Speers- Hull,, Orwton, Ar* **at-  ut-dav. May 00th, at 3 p.m. Bttelnees:  Election of directors and receiving oi  reports.    CHAS. MOORE, Secretary.  Eileen   Hof.   prima   donna���������the  girl with the golden  voice���������wiii  - at       t*-%t^.a-*-aaiataa*,������t.       at>n       ("hat.  closing nip-tit.  ������������������������'*'  antaawaat)i.Mli!iiiiiiiiaaiiania,.iiiii7 THE   REVTEW,    CRESTOK,    B.    G.  i ���������     Ni        ���������       ���������' ���������' ���������"���������' *���������"'  .   i  i������i .  illl  MtLMaiZkBiumsH^  S$x������ffiM\mrimm^  mMimj^MM^kk&  Spe&dt.ri-ft  Dominions  There.is probably no other country  which solightly regards the rights of  the future.as our-own Australia. To  tear something out oC the continent  and pass it over to others for its present cash value lias become" the ruling  principle. After nearly a century and a  lu-. ll" of "whit.-* set tie mem, the year 1025  ���������finds .us .-siiU'la.rgf.-ly lLuwcrs of wood {,,.  and drawers of wftta* for oiln-*T pep-  pl.es.���������SydneyT_u)letin. . '"   .-  -. ������T Romance of the Spanish Jifctln r-  \  RAFAEL SABATINr  Ccpyrishtrct.  1922, fey KnUrl Stat-aa-im'  -"CAPTAIK BLOOD," a Viu-;r*-tW~"|iictiif������ with J.  W*r->_i Kern***-,  in th* title role, at an. adaptation of thi* 'hrillioe ������������������Va.t.  SYNOPSIS  131ood.  [tides that: admit no ambiguities.    You  _, _.      ���������.     _.        ,  . ,       ,      .   I have fixed their    ransom    at.    twenty  Peter   Blood,   a  young  Irish   phys_- ��������� . ..    .  cian, is sent to the Barbadoes as -_Mhou,-"and pieces oL eight. J.hat sum  slave under orders ol" King James. Heathen belongs to your crews and mine  is bought by Colonel Bishop., the mill-: jn the proportions by the articles e's-  tary commander, and falls in love 5  with. Arabella, tht..* niece.of the colonel. ]  "Spaniards bombsr-d  the city and sack  it.       Blood  saves   Arabella  and   Mary  Train.       Kt.     captures     5lie   ship  and  sails   for  Tortuga,   the   rendezvous  of  buccaneers    of    the.    Hpaini-.li    Main.  There- Captain Blood, tormented by his  fear that he  will  never see   Arabella i-ere Jitcharacter  again ami importuned    by    his    com-1  rades, takes command of a pirate fleet  Levasseur, a Fr<nditnan. enlists under;  him.      Lovasseur    captures . a    Dutch j  vessel and. lands with Mad el on d'Oger- i  on     and    holds     Mad el on as  hostage, j  Upon this scene-enters Cap lain Blood!  whose   ship  had   lost   sight   of  Bevus- '  ���������.em-its vessel in the storm.  .abltshed. But what i.s far more  grave is that: you have concealed from  iiji:T   iiiis   par*  of  < hf��������� prikj*:-*   taken on  provemcut in the already cordial relations between CaptainjjJBiooa and the  Governor' of Tortuga. It was not difficult then tor Captain Blood to recruit  able crew.s, and he inig'lit have increased the number oi! his ships las  welt, bui lie decided to he-id to the  three- -vessels \yhieh T,vere Iris���������the.  Arabella, the "La Foudre and 1 he  Santiago, which he had" iechri,_ tened  the; ��������� Elizabeth-.'  i  i  US    ptli'.L  your last, cruise, and  .'or such an offense as rhnt the arjicles provide cer-  ain penalties that are something sev-  t.L'i  I  vou   men-  are   priHom-rs ol  mat ter.        Th-ey  CHAPTER   XVI���������Continued  ">Tol    so."        1.6-vassetu-    com-lined  himself   -.villi   uKIieully     before      I hat  irony.       "They    w-eVo     in     the     Dutch  brig.'*  "I- don't   remember  Honed them before.*'  "I  did not.       They  my   o-.vn���������-a 'personal  are French.'*  "French!"        Capiaiu    Blood's    Uglu:"���������  eye-, stabbed at T>e-vass'-ur. then at  she  prisoners.-... lie   frowned ' thought full ..*  upon l.evasi.- ������r. .     !  " Yesterday you surprised me by j  making war upon ihe friendly Dutch, j  Bui now ji seems' thai not. ������ ven youj* ]  own countrymen" iir<-'*j���������a.*a* .from- you."      t  "Iliiva"-   J   not.   said   "hi.-,   is   it   manor!  t  p.^r.sonal to me?" ���������** i  "Ah!       Ami  t ji .'it- nnme..?"v. [  Tlia? prisoner answered for him..  "1   am   Henri   d"Og<ron,  and   thi.-  my   sister."  '*1. "'.geion ." Cr. plain 'J flood .sinr������-d  "Are yon related hy ehast'-e te my gooi  I'rit-nd the  _,ov<-n*or of Tt.riu.'.a."  "He is my   fat her."  "Tin- -/-aims pit-serve us now! -Ar  4 ou ������jniu- m;>.I, l.trviisst-ur'.'"  t'apt.iin   I'hind sat  duYvn  on  the t  ti:ai   l',ev"-.-  'You  do   not  lake   her while  cried.  I   live, he  Is  '.hind  sat  11 ui*  had.  "Ho. ho!" laughed la ���������'a.s.seur unpleasantly. Then ;iddetl: "li: you dislike my conduct we can dissolve tht*  association."  "That is my intention. But we'll  dissolve it when, and in the manner  1 but. I choo.-o, iiji-a-l that will he as soon  as you have, satisfied ihe articles under which we sailed ujx.n ibis, cruise."  *'NVliat do you mean?"  dov.'ti on  tin- cask j**    "I'll accept the situation its I  find it.  hi-ely     oeeu|������ieil. i Voursi'ir   you've-   fixed   lhe   transom   ol!  iiahd.ab-1 Cahusac appraised them, as  t worth the ransom. Bevasseur in'-bis  anger sprang at Cahusac, and a blow"  r, scattered th-e* pearls in the sand. The  men dived for them. 7  y'"-Levasseur, his hand on his sword,  his face a white mask of! rage, confronted Captain Blood.  "You do not take her while I live!"  he cried.  ���������"Then 1*11 take her when you're  dead/' said Captain Blood, and his own  blade flashed in the sunlight.   -  It was soon over. When, with both  lungs transfixed, he lay prone on the  white sand, coughing out his" rascally  life, Captain Blood looked calmly at.  Cahusac across   the  t^ody.  "t think that cancel.-"* the articios between us," he said.  With soulless, cynical eyes Cahusac  and his mates considered the twitching body of their recent leader. Captain Blood.had brought them to find  Levasseur guilty of the one offense  thejy deemed ui pardonable, the crime  of appropriating to himself something  which might be converted into gold  and, slutted amongst them all. Whilst  still'they.hesitated. Blood added some-  ���������thing to. quicken their deci^o*fi.  "It! you *>yill come, to our anchorage,  you shall receive at: once- your share  ot* <lte booty of the Santaigo, that you  may- dispose of it as you please."  They  crossed   the   island,   the   two  pri'soijiefs accompanying I hem, and later that day, the. division  made,  they  would have parted company but that  Cahusac, a I. the instances of-the men  who had elected him Bevasseur's suc-  i cesser, offered Captain Blood anew the  j services of that. French contingent.  \     "IS! you will sail with uio again,'* the  'Captain answered him,  "you may do  so   on   the   condition   that syou   make  your   peace  with   the _ Dutch,  and  restore- the brig and her cargo."  The condition was accepted, and  Captain Blood went off to find his  guests, the children of the C'overtior of  Tortuga.  Mademoiselle d'Ogeron and her  brorhei*���������-the hitler now relieved of his  bonds���������sat in tlie great, cabin of the  Arabella, whiiher (they had been con-  dudod. He- doffed'his feathered hat,  and came forward to the table.  It was with this lleet ..(-Hat ho carried }  put the. enterprise against Marsictiybo,  an 'enterprise-"*!!", which. Peter  Blood's-  ilariiig was only surpassed by stupidily  whieli almost turn.ed-~1.he tide -against  iifiu and  udivc-red   him   and   his   111011  over to. the tender mercies of his iiu-  placable   enemy,   Don  Miguel   ae.Es-  pinosa    y   A'alde/.,    the,   Admiral    of  Spain.      Captain Blocid liad landed at.  Mara cay bo  and  had   found   the  t'ovr'n  empty.      Too soon lie learned of the  tra p. .   Es pinosa had put. iu to tlie narrow ne-ck  of" the bay  with  his  ships  and had bottled the buccaneer in tlm  bay.      A sloop,  captured   by  Captain  Blood,   was   loaded   witl-   eombustile**  and powder and was, sailed uirectly.at-  the Spaniards until the grapnels held  tii������a.tvro like a.vice*.  .   Then it was set  aflame.      The Admiral's flagship burst  into "blaze,  and  fihe  seamanship  and  hard fighting, witl^-his -..hree.   .-.liiiss  made Captain Blood master of Mara-  caybo Bay.      But, when tho-Spaniaids  turned  tail for '.;shore    and    he    gavo  chase, the fort which guarded tlte bay  and -which had seemed deserted, poured down a raking fii\v upon liim and  drove him in mortification;and ile'spalr  to    take    refuge    in tlie town.      The  .{Spaniards  secured  themselves  in tlte  fort.      j  With a devil's luck and clear headed  thinking,   Captain    Blood     feinted  SUCCESS  is ctss^vect  ���������whet*. tjptU'  - tise  s  S ...������S-sa sa sa.^Sm^imW  noalutnand  leaves t^Oa  hitter taste  Meals   Served   By   Electricity  ���������with   preparations   for   a   land   attack | Modern  Restaurants In  United States  after he had managed to acquire a  large ransom in, gold from the Governor of Maracaybo, and, opening a  broadside, put. the fort in flames. Captain Blood sailed for Tortuga. Don  Miguel was'left, to ehc-w the bitter cud  of lost opportunity.  <To>be continued)  Discount  Was  Worth -While  and   looked   up   blandly,  form   yon,   1 <������   s:.t������*   time.  ih<-   1 ni ii-a"   pi opt.sal   1 lia 1  tlii.--   ta������.y  :i.n<!   1 tt!?-   ,-enil  :-.lst> 1 t-niin.5. *. ui! 1 hat  v.e  1  you   uiM-de   to '< perfplisit 1  man.  and  -ail under  ni  ar-  TIREa OUT  RLLTHE TIME  Nerves Gave Utile Rest  Relieved   by Lydia E. Pink-  haxn's Vegetable  Compound  -;-|   may   j,_-j 1 his ^couple ut twenty thousand pieces,  ihal   I   heard - and. as I gather, ihe lady is to be your  "iini why should she be  your pei-qnisilt- morn than another's,  seeing thai she belongs by Iho articles  l<������ all of us. as a prize of war? However, I'll noi dispute In i* lo you if you  ; are prepared I o buy her."  j     "I?uy her."  ��������� "Al    ilu-   price   you    have   aei    upon  i her.*'  j     "That  is Mo* rs-nsom of the.-man.    If  1 is io  he  paid  for liim  by   the Coverh-  ��������� ni*'iii  nf Toriugnr" a  "X'i,   no,       "Vt-'ve  s-.-i   llnii*  value  at  i ]ari-iiv;,siiiiiia,'Oril;ari  - "I took y-^uj-  nitr-rticinc Lefiare my hnl-������*.' was horn and  "it was  a   -Treat  help  to me as 1 was wtjy  poorly until I started  to tstke il.    I   jii.\l   j'l-lt  '���������:t thoiiKh I wa-: tir^'d  out all the lime :-iid  would t n k f.' w������'t. l-r.  fai-itin*.* j-.fiell.-j. "vTy  nerves would hot her  rne until f <������������:-!d -jr*-1  littIt* rest, day or  riij-'ilt- 1. w_t������i told hy a  friend to lfti.tr I.;. ilia  IO. E'inkham's W-i-e-  table C.ompnnnri. and I only look a few  laonleH und it helped me wonderi'.ijjy. 1  would ret'orniueiifl it lo an^ v-'otTian^ I  nru doinj.* what I t-nn ttj pid.li-h li,i:-.  (,-i-kkI uieflii'ine. 1 ieiiafi tliat lit fie l-ook  y.wi ,'iet.t !������������������*��������� Ita :.ny one I <-;tn hehi. V������vn  ran vv j 11������ the j;re;ite;;i. of .'pit-.t-oi-.j ur������.  ii-.y Sus!:.e in i-a-^ari. lo the Yep-cul..--  (^impound if it will s^-rve to h������*ipotii������---s."'  Mr:;*. Il/Mtvr.v Mn,i,K;.c, I*. 17 ,K.'o.:'t  11 ai-row.'-.roith, < )r������tario.  In a i-er-Tit rn.nva;-.������; of pur--h'a-,.er'-. of  I.ydia K. r*inkhaitr.-i Vej.'erii..lf Corn-  iMMinrl over loti.oiid tV'i'j'lieM were re������'������.ived  juiti W, our of every Juo ftaid im-y iiu_d  |.----n help'-'l   by it* t)*;e,     Thin   i<ietji(.iri������-*  IH   I I al.    ,- llil'   i',1,    -' i 1    '(' "('.:'���������'��������� '���������'  ���������* ���������'���������  Mark Twain Giv������n Book and Seventy-  five Cents  In American book-staling circles ft  is customary to allow a discount to  publishers. authors and personal  friend*-. When Marie Twain once  vis.Lied a bookshop he chose a hook  and said  to the "assistant:  "Now-, as a publisher, I am entitled  ro a discount of 50 per cent. Asotin  author I am also entitled 1o 5'*. pea*  oent., and as a friend of the proprietor 1 should get 25 per cfent. -Now  -���������-haii's the price of the book and what  do I have to pay for it?"  .The assistant did some rapid flgur-  ipg and handing over tho book, said:  "J guess we owe you "'"Tconts. Here  you are. 1 hope we may have your  further pa Iron ti go! "--lugend, Munich.  Have No Waiters  Electrically served'meals are* obtainable in some of the modern restaurants in the United States.     The diner  enters   the  restaurants,     selects     his  table, notes on the'menu the food he-  requires,  drops   the   menu   through   a  slot in. the table, and waits a minute  or twoi    Presently there is a humming  noise, and in ihe centre ot-the table,  on a foxir-poster tray, appears the food  he has ordered.      When the menu is  slipped  into  the* slot it drops- to the  kitchen below;   the  server  there  attends to th*.  order, presses a button,  and the food is on its way to thetable.  When the- diner has finished hi.*> meal  he.takes the bill, which has also been  delivered   by   electricity,  and  pays  jit"  the usual  cashier's desk.-  .*  There is no pleasure in loafmg unless you have something to do.  Claims Smallest  Dictionary  -A copy of the smallest dictionary in  the world, as its" !U__<_ page says, is  owned by Miss Anna Paulus, 45S 4th  Ayemie, Milwaukee. Wis*- She has  had it eighteen years. The book is  one inch by one-3ialf inch in size and  one-quarter" inch thick. It has SSI  pag-es. Contained in it are definitions-* of more than 12,000 words. .It  was published in Glasgow, Scotland.  ,. -        -   -���������     1. 'l  The   early   bird   catches   the   worm.  and that ought to fl.l.iho bill.  iv, '-my thousand plee.*.". and for thai  .-iini .villi may have ih������-tii, slneo-^ou de-  .-1 re   it:   bui   you'll   pay   for   ihn'm   ihe  I Weill y    Ihotl.-Ulld   pieces   lllltl   31 P*   t'tlli-  laai.-ly  io eonie to  - mi  :���������..--,  the ransom  of  one   -| ml   the   dowry   of   ilm   oilier;  ������������������.ml   ih.-.i   sun,   chilli  I"*  divided  niiumK"!"-0^   Julinn   Wncle   abonrd   t,,c   Ro^*  our  r-i*,.\v>." N Ma,y  That   capialn   lilooil   should dim- op-I      ".Mn(|,.||io|.,el|e,"   said   he.  in   his   vile  po-o.t.him   v,iil.   bill   a   do/..-n   followers ] ,������������������   ���������������������������,,,   ,.*,,.���������,.,;, -,   1)f.R  ynU   lu  (|.ls-,  whiiM   in-   had   a   hundred   at his   heck | lu,Hfi.. vo���������,.   ),1|1|1Jt>       Abourtl   Litis   ship  and   call    net er   e.n.,re,|    ihe   rullian's I   .<1U   Hj|a1l   h(.   ,JVu,(Hl   wn.u   all   honor,  r-.m  in-  tlhi      not     reek- ' 7  Il 1111 a I.  ot.   on   ih..   fupidiiy   of   his   own   men. j ���������,_,, UKl(illi u<. ���������(,,,.,.'���������, ,-mir.s,) for Tot  Tie ..       aw    nveiily      Ihnn.-aud      pl.-et-.-y ,UK;L |()  ,,,,.,, y,]U ]l4jm(l ,() y((U1. /���������lh,_.,.,  V. tih.n     their    renell, I.e-ViiKselir , de-  l. aiuleil     lime    till 111     h'"    had     t'llFl' lll'etl  illill -li-nl     iatioiy, thil.    Illiiod    would  '..-.v.    noil.- a.i   thai.       I"e;,ih  liirl.e.l nl-|n, ymir eonveiil. nee."  v-:,v*   in   ,1,i*'   d. ,-per-iie   bushier,   and        .Mad. iiioh-ell,.   -u rii'ed   at   li Im   In   un-  , ,    i.        a   . I  ,'n  ro'.n  a:.; v.e  an* in  eupe  to jmt .111  And pruy do not enii'ilder Hint l have  lioiiivlil you. t'otinl H. II" you ph-ase,  a   I'rh'iidl*    Itiiui   I<j  he   repaid   entirely  Proved safe by millions'and prescribed by physicians for  Rheumatism   Colds  'Til. -Jfl    I-   '        t,|j.e   o.'j.-vhl))     ������lle    prl.oll  i i..  u no nit  r  "<)li, you are nob? ���������!"  (!*si*ilain     l.luotl    sii-heil,       l<\ir     Hu  And  '."hta do .am    iippo .��������� ha-. W  il  I > -whole  irnili,   which.  1u*   ulihliehl   from*  11; i ��������� i ���������  noi'.'"  "I   In-.', i-," M.lil   f'j.pinln   lilooil,  "Mlllll'lliolsa-lle    irtV^'i'TOll.     WHS     llllll      ill  a enluiiui-. hl:i life  lo i.tive her, h<- had  ".mi     ba*. ������������������! '        I ,o .1-'. i ui 7'     im.ni b ' |,..(. ji  ijiiv-!!   hy   the   I hull j; I it.   Ihal.   lhe  lell    open V o<i    ",     .     .     .oil     ^anl'tleed   mil: I   be   plearlllK   In   iJle   eye:;   ol  \V  ..������,.*���������  7I--- ;.'t'7." I .Mi-,.; Hi. hop ������..nld  --he  but Avion,-.:  It.  i      '.ijal.iiii    Hlooil    ili-'u    Hat 11.   ;i    -uuallj      Tliul   affair  of  Miuli.'liu>i:-.������-II<-  d'Oger-  tl-".\     i-tt'-e       ... -.i'i-'     j,a.Mi������-,|   ',,o.   i,, ���������    ((1,   v<.!---   ;e    |vj   t,,-,tiu-:il    1'j'ult    art    im-  Hcadache  Ncnnitg*i*,i  Lumbago  Pain  Toothache  Neuritis  .MAtir IH  ^ByerXabtets  ^^mVuUiteJh  9v/_  C_j/ %^#  .t-  tm.l*. mniU   (rf-i*'iKU-i-t*.l   tn   Ciimilnt   <>t Ita.vfr TMani-t"ne������m*/-  t-t Mwiat-fcit.-  Hllllt-alla-ili'ltt    (At-rl.-l    aSilllr.tlH-   Aa-ltl,    "tt.    .'-..    J.,'   I.      IA talk-   1!    .1    wv. .1   .,li.,v\ II  m--������ttH ltit>c-r iiimiirftn'tni-o, 1<* nw-tail. tht. i>ulill<* tiK������ilii������t Imllnl Imit   1I������i *ln1'lf������������  . . at        .. ... .1 I  ,  , I ��������� .... .1. a         l-l. f ti t.        ' *ll    I  l^_rk I*       I  ' I'a  la'������    '***  Accept   only   "Bayer"   pnek'tfie  wliich contains proven directions.  Handy   "Bayer"   hoxo*.   of   12  tii.bh.t-..  AIko liotllo-t'ol 24 and lpO���������Dru-fffiHtH.  a*M>������r!n   pa   It  ���������K-ltl**irr of  ll.rat  Am.lt-hi   ���������            .  ������f  tie*..    _Y>">a-i.   \������1U   tx-   uminiat-tl   witli   ilir-U*  utlH'rul   trurtai   ttiulk.   tin:  'Mdjrer  C'ruaiti.' THE -.KEylEJW, _. .OKESTO]Sf,'   B.    C.  I*.  Pass it arotind   after every-aneai.  "~-  Give  tlie family  ihe benefit of its  aid. to digestion.  Cleans tectk too,. -  Keep   it" alwp-jra.  In     the . liouse.Vagi  Costs little -helps mudk'.  Over Sixty Ways To Serve Cheese  Beautiful Recipe Book May Be  Obtained Free of Cost  Tbat. Canada will soon take its place  with the nations that are the largest  consumers of cheese seems assured  considering the steady increase in Its  consumption   in   the   past   few   years j Francisco,    and    other ^-points iu the  Transcontinental   Connection  Alberta    Residents \ Will    Be   Able   to  Comrnurica-te  by  Phone With  '- -        7 New  York  IL will not bo long before Alberta  people will be able, to hold telephone  communication  witb   Now  York, - San  WORLD HAPPENINGS  DRICiLI   1VLU  Four mi?h, -ivho' entered tlte national  home for lepers at ^_rtTviiie,:!lja,_ several year-, ago, have been discharged  from the institution as cured.  Div Herlup _*.ahla, in .concluding^the. j >-.���������  sessions    of    the international opium j  conference at C-eite^JbVei^w^ 'A,  presided, declarod"*tha't*sptue\solici pro-]--: -f^-ji  since the Kral'fc-MaoLuren Cheeso  Company, of Montreal, introduced the  five-pound box. The Kraft Company  were the originators of iho popular  tinfoil-wrapped cheese, without rind  or yaste,-in tho five-pound wooden  box. and While the original product  has-' had many imitators, none have  been able to produce a cheese of the  same uniform Quality and, flavor because the Kraft process is protected  by .patents.      The company does not  .make cheese, therefore-, it Is not competing* wiih the cheeso factories. Hut  it purchases Canadian cheese in enormous' Quantities.* thus keeping- the  cheese  factories   busy and  adding to  | their prosperity and that oi the farmers. Kraft Cheese is simply a scientific blinding of these manufactured  cheeses by mean*-r   of    the    patented  [Kraft process which absolutely controls ythe flavor. j- '' A,k ~J :'~'  ���������y^The!. company has. just issued a  beautiful recipe book showing over 60  different ways in /which cheese may \  beserved^ Many of the dishes are  illustrated in natural colors. A cop.  may be obtained, free, on writing to  the company, in Montreal, mentioning  paper.  United States. -Within the next three  months, connection will be established  between the Alberta Government' telephone system and the Transcontinental telephone system in tlie States, by  means of three- long distance lines  which arc to be brought to ihe southern border of the province by way of  the mountain siates telephone* system  in Montana. "This will provide almost continent-wide telephone connection for Alberta.  -f-2.5  Howishinti  _���������* ^\  Avoid Imitations       ^   J  'No Need  For Suspicion  > "DIAMOND DYES"  COLOR THINGS NEW  Real Gold Diggers!  gold 'diggers'* are   working  WALKED THE FLOOR  FOR HOURS  Wherever there are people who are  gross had been made.       _    - . j H3png.tl beacli at Brooklyn.      They dig  Dr. William Mclnnes, former d%e-"j-Wp' the ."jand,; si ft It through a sieve-and1.  tor  of the. geological   survey   of  Can-j often fincl-gold rings and other valu-  acla. and director of. the Victoria Mus- j .'abieytrinkets. 7! Several  of them   are  eum, Ottawa-, is dead, after a lingering] making a good Jiving,  illness.      Ho  was (17. i  :   ���������*"-���������- r '  The board of railway commissioners"!  for Canada held 55 public sittings in-  "11)21. tit which 235 cases were heard.!;  the board's annual statement tabled?  in  the IlouSe of Commons shows.  The sum of ?290,392,was advanced  under tlie Empire. Settlement Act last  year for assisted passages, Hon. J. A.  jtobb, minister of immigration, informed J). F. KeliueL* in the House of Commons.    ' .'".'���������-.-, ,;'.-, . ; ���������';������������������    '������������������ ������������������ ���������-'.-.  .Tan ; Christian c,Smnts, former premier "of the ^Unipn-^f SOutli: Africa,- is  vigorously opposing the bill by which  tlie- Hertzog Government .would disqualify blacks and Asiatics from the  erijoyb.on f. of their full rights.  - Beautiful' home  dyeing and. tinting is -guaranteed  with Diamond  7 Dyes.' Just dip  in cold water to  ...lint soft,. delicate  shades, or boll to  dye rich, permanent colors. Ea*3"h 15-cent package  contains directions so simple any woman can dye7 or tint lingerie, silks,  lubbbns,* skirtsy-waists, dresses, coats,  stockings, sweaters, draperies, coverings, lianging.**, everything new.  Buy "Diamond Dyes"���������-no other kind  ���������and tell your druggist whether the  material you wish-to color is wool-or  silk, or whether it is linen, cotton, or  mixed goods."',   . . .  British Pensions     7  .Pensions    amounting   to   72,000.00 (*������  pounds   {about $250.000,000,-were paid  to   war   veterans   and   dependents   of  those killed in the World \Vai*.-*_f tho  MARCH WEATHER  l//ll*._l'_l\*l/_*C*    IV   DADI  Balfour Replies to Attack in Lords on  Singapore Base  The Singapore base scheme was attacked in the House of JLords by Lord' Bl"itish i^vernment Sn  l92*  Wimboriie,     on    the    ground  that it-  would off end Japan" "tuul stimulate the  race in armaments.        - *  X_o_'d ilalfour utsd-Hred tiiat no oilier!  country,    certainly    not    the    "UnitedI .  States,-Would have left Singapore un--f.    n      ���������        "  .. 7~"~*  ,.   -v...   ,        . -.    ,7.     *.  T. .,   . ' i ���������  Our  Canadian  March weather-^���������one  iortified so long as had Great Bntain, i day bright, but sloppy, the next blus-  and that there was no foundation fori tery and cold���������is,-extremely hard on  the suggestion of jealousy or offence [ children. Conditions make it neces-  -on the part of Japan. I-le add e"d thati sal*3" for the mother tcTk<_-ep the- little  *i.~ ������i^"i������������������ n;^.^n w������-%,.n7^. ones indoors. : They are often confilithe only waj a-fleet could be.macy- ef- j ed to  over]leated>   -badIv    ventilated  fective. should the necessity arise in :��������� rooms ;; and    catch A. colds which raek  the vast areas of the Pacific and Iii-1 their -'  whole      system.      To      guard  dian Oceans, was by having a base at  Singapore -which..would .-.exist...for. defensive purposes only.  Adapts   Rotor   To   Airplane  KV.������4  NERVES   WERE   SO   BADfA"strlan    E������9in������������*    Applies    Flettner  '.,,  ���������..��������� .._._,,. _.,,_  j Principle to  Air Travel  ���������Successful adaptation of the rotor to  ���������the. airplane is claimed to have been  accomplished liy an. Austrian engineer. Tferr Gligorin. :    The inventor is  troubled with deranged nerves they  willilnd"in Milburn's "Heart, and Nerve  Pills, a remedy that will,restore the  equilibrium, of these deranged cenire.*-  and bring back the-, shattered nervous  system to a perfect condition. .   ;    .������ '.,-���������*���������  Mrs. W. W. Aulthouse, Woodrous,  Oil ty wri tes: ���������--'"After having a severe  attack of bronchitis T was left in a  very weak, run-down condition; niy  aierves wei e all broken -up; * could not  sleep at night, and would have to got  ont of bed mil walk the floor for hours  "After using a box of.  against these colds and to keep the  baby well till the better, brighter days  come along, a box of Baby's Own Tablets should be kept in the house and  an occasional dose given the baby to  keep his stomach and bowels working  regularly. The Tablets are a mild  Jt>ut thorough laxative which never i ail-  to regulate fhe stomach-and bowels  and thus they relieve colds and simple-  fevers and keep the baby nl. The  Tablets ������re sold by medicine deai'er.-*  or by "mail-at 25 cents a box from Tho  Dr. Williams.' MedicTmTCo-, Brockville.  .Ont..  \  OITtcials of the Imperial Bunk of;  Canada warn the. public that a con-j  Biderable number of counterfeit notes j  jf its old British American Bank Note j  Company issue dated January I, "1917.;  for $100" each, tire appearing in eir- '  filiation. -������������������.������������������������.  The Belgian Government has i'.sued  orders' to prevent: the admission into  that" country of the Irish Ttepublican  h-ader, '___amonh tie 'Vnieni,'.who- had  been invited by Flemish agitators to  give a series of lectures there on" Ireland aud the Flemish martyrs.  MILBURN'S  HEART AND NERVE PILLS  1 began lo feel much better, and af lei-  taking a lew more boxes I could enjoy my i"est as well a.s I ever did. 1  alwav recommend them to all mv  friends.' ' ��������� ! :- *  For sale iff aii druggists and dealers; put up only by The T. .JMilburn  Co., ������l.i mi ted, Toronto, Ont.  a gradu-Ple of Vienna ."Uiniversity, and  tor .several years he has "been connected witli various Austrian and Hungarian airplane firms! and is a Qualifled  ViioifSkk kk'kAy y "    y-AAA'''- ��������� ���������   .; -7.'! _  ''My invention,''he says, "is a combined propeller and rotor-driver idane,  and is .an application to air travek^pf  the Flettner principle."  lien* Gligorin says he believes lie  can make the .flight to New York from  Europe iu less than twelve hours. He  claims that his model when tested at  Vienna showed that it could travel at  more than three- hundred miles- an  hour with only a 120 h.p. motor, and  reach'a height ot three .'thousand feet  within two minutes.  Former. War Ace Plans Air Service  Qj.      It l ������������������   ���������_������     /-'  Would      Establish      Route      Between  Vancouver    -and     Interior   ;of  Province  Inauguration    of    airplane    service  from the coast tb the Dease I>ake district ia the interior oE British Columbia is planned by an organiza^on headed hy Major Donald B. MacLaren, former war ace.  It is understood  the service, which  is to be maintained by  several large  seaplanes, will be aided by a govern  ment subsidy. for "mail    carrying    and]  guarantees from' the  large operators :j .which   hav-   been   published   in   Gor-  in the^area.    -It is hopfed the- planes ^oiany.    England has contributed .1,150,  name   Burns   Under   Water  Mrs. Annie E. Perry  ��������� faiivy Stwtlin  ",\ uitlsor,    Out.���������"Tn    my    voting  i-m-itliurhooil    Dr,    I'lercc's" Favorite  I't-cscripiiou  wis  Mich  a  Hr������.-nt   coni-  (tirl to me as a Ionic and nervine that  .1   would   urge   every   cxpectanl   mo-  liter lo take it.    Jt kept me well ami  Mron."   nnd   able   tr>   atloiu!    to   mv  J.uii.u7."i( tlutjcs riiilu up Pa the la.st.  T.l.v   rhiMreii   are.   Rivuvit   imw,   but    I  have  not   fortfotteu   the great: bouefil  .1   <h*rivi*d   from   the   'I'avoiiu.. IVe*--  i't-iptii)ii'"atul that is why  I   am rcc-  t.MiiiK'ii-liitjr   it, to   the  .viiiim*-  iVKiUu-r  "i    tedav," .".fr.;  ��������� i > i   i. " t* .    ���������������  ...'a     ta.tttm.    oi.  Sold   by  dealer,-?,  5u   both   flui.!  and  lablet   I.jjiii:   ������ii-   hc'ihI    10c,   A.r   trial  I1,.*.    I.ih5vt>    to     lb".     I'ia'ra-..^     f  ".l.tal-a-  Auuic   E^  3'cn-y  Produces   Steam    Power   Capable    of  Driving  Locomotive  or  Steamship  By a process evolved by Mr. Oscar  Brimler,"**! .young l.nglish engineer,  a  submerged     flame,    burning in  diiecl  contact,  wiih   wn_**������������������.   ran   produce   in  slantly steam  power eajiable of driving a locomotive or a steamship. The  j method is applicable also to chemical'  ���������.solutions,   for   purpowt'S .of  eoncuiitru-  j tion.     Willi    a    generator   -nic-aanting  ' three feet by four feet siv inches. Mr.  lh-unlcr claims ho could gem-rate power    suHielent,    to    drive a  locomotive  from London lo Glasgow and back. Its  application>.'fo shipping  would  enable  a  liner  io  leave   harbor  Jm in oil lately,'  :lt is claimed.      The lla'mivis produced  j by a mixtuiv of oil and  utr, which i.-j.  Ignited   after contact wiih  tht- water.!  ; where   it   burn:,   horcoly,   allalnlng   uj  j heat of four lhou.-.and degrees Faluvn-  | lu'it.       in addition, <Q its  iitoehiinlcal  j iipplii'itlions. Hie principle can' be ap-  | plied to the Interests ol* ngriciilluri. -Jn  I the production of nitric acid and'cal-  , eluin nitrate, by ivgulnling iheTtuiounl  I olviTTr burned in tho (lame.  w Priest Burned At Stnke  ' Fat Iter Andra������.- Fedoiihovitch, u \*o\-  I Ish CulhoUe prlesl, has been, l-uinied  j lo rleaih in the lown of ,111 run I r. iutnr  I^Kiev, Chraine, The iiutliorlfien al-  | lege I hut his assailants wer������- agents of  j tin-   I'tdlsh  seerci   police...  I Corns are painful growl lis, llollo-  i way's Corn IU mover Will removi. I hem.  The Oil of the People.���������Many oils  have conic' and gone. but. Dr. Thomas'  .KcJeotric Oil continues to maintain its  position   and   increase' its   sphere   of  j usefulness each year. Its sterling  j qualities have, brought it to the front  I and kept "it 1hei*o, and Jt can truly be  called th-r oil of the people. . Thousands have benefited by It and would  use no other preparation.  Many  Einstein  Books  Prof. Morris I_ecot o������'ihe.Univer*-ii_  .  <*f Louvain. has recently been at work  on a bibliography of books about l**in-  [ stein, and  relativity..      'He', has   found  {the  number   to be  3,775.  only   4**5  of  will eventually operate between Vaii-  couver a.hd Dease Bake and also  link up other outlying parts of Northern  British Columbia. - ���������,'������������������';  -France S9Q, Italy 215, and Holland 126.  Poland   Paying   National   Debt  Only  European Country   Following   |u  Great Britain's Steps  Poland is paying her national debt,  and is v the only European country  wliich has so far followed in Great  Britain's steps. Itatincatipn of the;  agt*ee*ment for" tlie funding of the debt  to the United States has been unanimously vofc-.d'by the Chamber of Deputies, The agreement provides ��������� that  Poland shall pay this year a .sum ot  more than a million dollars and that  tho    payment    of    the debt, would be  ���������ji������i____EQ_^  Don't t_"tca chances of your lioi-sea or itnilr*  boiiir laid up -with Dlnte-niper, I*tilue>i2t������,  J'tnlt 2*-y<5. Iitryjiffltle. Heaves, Couclss or  Colds. Glvo "SVOISH'S" to b������.tl������ Hit. taicU  and tlto T-*ell ones. Th* Blaj������d������r������l re-na-tty  tor ������0 yeara. Glvo "SVOIIK'S'* for Ho-. l������l*-  tomper.     8old In two slxc.       at tlrusr utore-i.  srons artaiicAt. co.-        coshkv; ind  MONEY ORDERS  spread  1981.  oveiy.a'i  period  of  years   until i  First General Assembly  The flrsl general assembly of. the  United Church of Cumula will be held  ih Toronto on .lime II, and mi invita-  lioti'io hold this met.'ling in Tiiutly  Methodial. Church has heen oxfe.ndod.  'J'liis is the larg".-<f Melhodist Church  in Toronto, with n sealing enp-"'city of  appi'oxhnatol,v :i,(������00, ,w     ���������'  lei.v iu JJi'idj.rc,bi.������'g> Ontario.  Nr. woman should  ing until she n caul reposition. .  Ihink  of 'i������|iii*iyv<  a  CornIvim. Hais-  "W.    N.    V,    .l.'hiN  IFor Sore Feet���������Minard's Liniment  Clear Your Complexion  With Cuticura  Bathe with Cutlcura Soap and hot  wuter to free the porcu of Ipipiii itles  and fallow witli a gentle application  of Cuticura Ointment to tioothe and  heal. They uie ldci������l for the toilet,  au ia also Cuticura Talcum for pow-  dcrln*i-rmd pQrfumins.  flampU t3������(*li TrM by Mull.   Atlilra>*i. fiaiimliian  ,.   , *. .      ., ^t..........   'at    tf.    aa^^   ...at    aa.._������..._ aa  Internal, parasites in the shape of  worms in the stomach and bowels of|  children sap their vitality aud retard |  physical developniunt. They lce.t������p |  tho child in .a cons tan I; ..state of unrest j  and, if not attended to, endanger life. I  The child can be spared inueh suffer- i  ing and Iho mothti' lituefi anxiety by I  using a reliable worm remedy, such1  as Miller's Worm Powders, which are'  sure death to worms.  Tho *-:tfc way to sei-,,1 mOaaoy "ay ,,-..������il :..  by -t*>omii)lan 3"-xpre3s -Money Ort"tez>  BERRY  Plants, Rhubarb,  Shrubs.  Pmvnnials,    Dahlias,    Cladioli.  Ferncliffe. Nursery. Hatzic, IJ-C'.   '���������. '". 'i    . *  "  AGENTS WANTED  CANADIAN���������'���������niSTUlBl'TOlls*.   SKV-  enoaks, Victoria, IB.C. Wanu.tl.���������  Man ln. every town.      Splendid pay.  Audience Go'**-.  Ir> CoBtume j  ,- If you want lo go to a new amateur,  playhouse at Hasting.*, l*.ng., you must-  dress like the. actors-do on the stage.!  "The* Knight, of tin* Burning Postl--," a  play of flic King James I. period, vvas  receutly presented and the entire audience appeared  In ancient costumes.  Mother t-mvixV Worm lOxlerminator-  will drive worms from the (system \  without injury to the child', because^  its action, while fully ������..f.>.:tlv*������\ is mild.  GRAIN FUTURES  titty Ilius and OftV-i*.** in Wheal, <').-.i.--.  l-'lax or lSivrh-y jcocvil ������'oi* U-n <t,-t> .-. in  VX'innJti-::*. M:trlwrrt tit only :t few , patu I.  away. MMiKft vt.-iy :������t-iiv.- n.aw .-.ml  many , i>t'oplt> havt! 3iia-.lt* \,\\z mo;..y  I'liyiiiK iuivile-..*���������������. Ta-.it. ^>aTa^r.-; or Ten-  ltuts on i������i.0������0 buj-bc-ls only %\:,.u������.\it -  lull    *���������>-    ���������--<.'I"������lllajaj.   Cht;t4iH-.    tlltan-i     >>l.>. :  or luli-yj-it i>)t.  NORMAN   TOBIAS  803 Union Bank Bldg.. .Winnipeg. M.it-.  TS-tC   JMKW   fftEWeS.   BCMCDV.    "  THERAPION IMO 1  THERAPION NO 2  THERAPION No 3  M-o. 1 for madder C-.t-vrrn.   Mo. *! for BJooi' *;  Skin DUo-ne*". No.srorCUrontu'Wea-iVine'.f. t.  ���������'sc*t,i> nv T,ir..ial".w Cta'-i-s :-r;'if. (���������.-i s.-.i ������--i   ���������   .  |.1.l,lfl.f,|i- M*.l.f.,., il ivtl.K. -. IMA   ^^, ".. ! ...-.���������    a  tarMgitl SI. I Olnaw ? I. Fai.A t S I, li^.Ta, .r,.\.,.. ,   ���������  larUO. ������H..a K\������a". Sr������* Y ������'���������  > a *-v   *,'. af a.  t   a', i .  i  Manitoba   Redistribution .  A    redlsfrlbullon    nieasure.    wlileh*  aa  would reduce tho number ot" '-������������������a.-* in;  the "Manitoba TtOj'Islafiire lo   l,r>, i*- un- \  der ("Oiiuldevatloii by suiipoi'la-irt of the]  lUacK'en Coy* rnttit*iii ii is Mala-d.      ,Vi j  presettt the logt-Hlalute .Is (*ouit>orfed of  5i������ membet-H.'      riann  for registration  of voters havo been put. forward, and  -i  polley <>.1i'end.-'  h's-'  \v>x:\ arlopt;,il  ty-  the Farmers'.Coverniitt-'nt   \x\ prepara-  ( lion, It Is reported, for the ne\-. ap|.t-al  a  lit   lit"     Vt a'tat.l I'.V,  ....    ...          -11)11 .  lta-iiaH:    "Omicur*, P.O. Wax 14td. M������ntr������tt\I.  -V___i  aftta. .,,", t J.i,ti.,r,, I Ja ava���������i *.,>,-, H'.tl,--aaa, ^','i,:, J  1 ry our aicw Slitavitiie .Stick. I  mMMMBMM������Ma.^a������aaaMMMaMMM,MWMN.MM������m^Ml  For  Sore .Thro.it  m*nt -  tat*  Use  Minard's*   Li������i-  S.fjj'lsi  WjjMjjjWtll -a-������t-".aV'������*'Wa*.W--trt.*/^l*"a*>*'   J*-  3  -������-ii*^i*wri"*>*-^jC"-rt p-wiw-wy*"  _8__8B&ra_������5_  THE CJUSS-TOH BBVIBW  _  -������������������  s- *"-"���������"I TMF  PRF^TnN REVIEW munioation     with    photographers  OGILVIE Goods are dependable]   ��������� "*-  HP1-^ ' w* "w> w **-** [ who have visited   Creston   to  see  what they can supply in   this iinek,  For  in  Hcmse  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C.  Subscription: 82.50 a year in advance*  93.08 to U.S. points.  C. ~Bj Ha-tbs. "Editor and Owner.  CRESTON. B-C. FRIDAY. MAY 15  C������t Worms in tha  Hen  Board of Trade  Appreciate Roads  in  BOTTLES  JT  I  45c.  Jacksons  BAVtOARLE WATERS' PROTECTION AGT  R.S.C. Chapter 115.  The Minister of Public "Works, Government  ofBrltiflh Columbia, hereby tsiyes notice that  he has, under Section 7. of the .?aid Ac*-,  deposited with the .Minister of Public worka  at Ottawa, and in the office of the "Registrar or  tbe .Land Registry District of Nelson, at Nelson  a. description of the site and the -jan ortv  Ferxy, proposed to be built over the WestArm  of the Kootenay Lake adjoining Harrop Whan  abcnt 11 miles east of Nelson, EC. ���������_������������������_,  And take notice that after the expiration of  <me month from, the date of the first publication of this notice the Minister of. Pubnc  Works, Government of British OoImftMa, -will  nnderSectkm 7 of the said Act, apply to the  Minister of Public Works at his office in the  city of Ottaw_Tfor approval of the said ate ana  jti&BS, and for leave to construct tbe sbm.  -"Terry ���������sndines. __  Dated at Victoria. B.C., this 4th Ldayof May,  ,fl8a" w/!H.S_TH_i!f^aANI������.      ^  Minister of Public Works  Province of BritishColumbi  FORM F  Certificate of Improvements  iVOT/OE"  _3sza������S_sctieaa! and Tea-*"*** !if**ac_onal Mineral Claims, situate in tbe Nelson Mining  Division of Kootenay District.   Where located-   On Sheep Creek, about seven miles  from Balmo.  TASS NOTICBI that I, A. H. Green, act-teg  aa agent for A. Bremner, Free Miner's Certificate No. fl!>*20-C, and James. Bremner, Free  Miner* CeFtLScate No. ���������eSS0J43, intend, sixty  days from the date hereof, to a;  ins Becorder *ar * Certificate -  t.y to the Min  ipxovemente  Highway matters and eonsider.  ation of resolutions to come before  the convention of the Associated  Boards of Trade were the features  of the May session of the Creston  Board ox Trade on Tuesday night  last, which was presided oyer.by  President C. W. Allah, with a  good turnout of members.  There  was  a letter from F. A.  Pauline, the B.CL agent general in  Itondon, England,   asking for liter  j ature dealing with the Creston area,  and also   asking   that   the   board  ?.dvlse him of any projects of  any  sort where  British   capital   would  be  of    assistance.    In   this., latter  "connection Chairman  Constable of  the- U*claination   committee   was  authorized   to   communicate   with  the minister of lands to ascertain if  the * government   would part com-*  pany with the Kootenay Flats area,  and at what   price and terms,   if a  responsible syndicate were prepared  to drain the same.    If  a favorable j  reply is  received   Mr. Pauline.will  fee advised accordingly.  Chairman C. O. Rodgers of  the  committee  on   highways, spoke iu  the highest terms  of the handling  of road repair   work and improve- tj  merits this  year,  which eentftnestt  was concurred  in by the members  present,   and   on  .-motion   it * was  agreed to have" the; secretary wrile  Mr.   Ramsay .  and     Mr.     Philip, I  deputy minister  of   public   works,  expressing appreciation of the work  under way at   the  -Crawford   hili.  and expressing tlie hope   that   the  Arrow Creek diversion would . also  be gone on with this season.    Some  members   thought   mention might  also Be  made   of   the   north   and  south  road -to   connect   up   with  Porthili, but it was finally agreed  to let that work   stand for special  consideration in: 1926.  Two    of     the    resolutions   the  Is ii Jknyhady^s SSuskness?  Is it anybody's business  If a sen tic man should c*hoose  To caU uponja lady.  If the lady don't refuse.  Or, to speak a- Kittle plainer/'  That the meaning all assy know*  Is it any body's business  Bf-a lady has a beau.  Is it anybody's business ' -  When that gentleman does call,  Or wfaen he leisves the lady,  Or if he comes at all;  Or is it- necessary   That tine c-nrwuri should be uraWn.  To save from further trouble,  -  From, outside lookers on.  The substartce of our Query,  Simply stated, would be this;  Is it anybody's business  What another's business its?  If it is, or if it isn't,  We would really lika to know. -  For we're certain i? it isn't  There are some who make it so.  If it is, welt join the rabble.  And act the noble .part,  Of the battlers and detainers  Who thronsrthe public mart.  If it's not, we'll act the teacher  Until each, meddler learns,  T*would be���������*2stt-!--r sn the future  If he'd mind his own concerns.  ���������One Who Likes a Drink of Beer,  Ar  Pianoforte, Organ ana  Si  Is&SSGvBS  f������**������  AR2HUR COLL1S, Creaton  P.O. BmtH  L9)al0raifip Lodge, Me. 2095  Me<*teTHIR.D THURSDAY of  each month at Mercantile  Hall- Visiting brethren cordially invited.  BRIO OLSON, W.M.  QUEERS BIBTHDAY  Is it anybody's business-���������  But tbe lady's���������if her beau,  Rides out with other ladics  And doesn't let her know.  Is it anybody's business���������  But the gentleman's���������if she  Should accept another's escort  Where be doesn't chance to be.  If a person's on tbe sidewalk.  Whether great, or  whether  small.  Is it anybody's* business  Where that person means to call.  A-t*i if you S4*e a' person  As he's calling anywhere,  Is it anybody's business -   .  What his business may he thefce.  Big ones!  Little ones 1  - i  i-*u_i-r iibsh    ._,������__._,_,_.  U!?l~.$iUil   IIUVU  i_fi-i������ri<  JJL.JM  aataUr  hum store  _S_____I    _������arf__4___  .lllffl1  ������li-P  Mis_ses%   Ladles'  1 *18jL 8 fisUffl  9  See the latest in 0repe Soles.;   Colors:  and White.     Canvas uppers.  ���������~rf. aa^vavra.  UI UW11  for the purpose of obtaining Crown. Grants of  the above claims. _-._._, i      ��������� "  And farther tetos xiotfcs: that m������<^ under |u^,    AAlatrm.fp,a Prc-Hirlent Allan  section 85, mnrt bo ooisiujieueed befor������ Tins ��������� aosra s aate-jm-eB���������jrst--������iM������i-������n������-*=*,���������������*-���������������-  issuance of such Ccrttficato of Improvements.  Bated this 28th day of FebruarXf_.192*t ^^^.  A. H. GBUaHa-Jj.  WAR  CaMAAM      W%Aa***-*S&.t^a_ttlI. ^������_Xfift-' '  .     -    *-       '  Wire Netting, 14-inch mesh, Galvanized ancipis  SEE US FOR FISHIl-iG EQUIP-V^N-p;;   _[  Fresh  Fruits  and VegrtaM  6QVERMMEHT LIQUOR AGT  Notice of Application for Beer  Isieense  >S������ttoe ta hereby siven that on or after the  1CU_ day of Jnne next tho nnderaiBned intends  feoa_->*T to the liquor Control Board for a  licc9n������fni������roectt������afprenc���������aes betne part, of tbe  boiMine to oe known as tbe TonriBt Doer  P__rior. situated at Erickaon, B.C., upon the.  ta-ida deacribed as ItOt 8. of I������t t)068. Group  One, Kootenay Diutrict. Nelma _and RcrrlBtra-  tfon Dtetrict. In tbe *f*TOvtnce of British CJoium.  bia, for tlrte sale of beer b*r the Klai-s or by tlie  open bottle for eommmpaon on the premlapu.  ^ated thia 14th day of May. UK*.  FB������*0������_aiCIC W. SfBAKKH, Applicant.  60VER8HO9T LIQUOR AGT  JFfot&cc or jn.j9plicatton ror Mfeer  License  Notice In hereby siven that on or after tho  _BU_ day of May nevt tho andewlirned intends  to apply to the Uqoor C<mt4-������>1 Ikmrd for a  lloenae in rarpeetof premtiMWi boin-r part ������? tho  bonding to be known am the Xtuwiell Hotel,  ���������tltuatiKt.at Kitchener, M.C.. uno������^ ������������������.5_J*"_������  described as Lot Ten to Block BTebt, Townttlte  of Kitchener.OlMmp One. JCCooUmmr Dtatrtet,  Nelmn Land XlMrlHt-ratlon DUitrtct, In the Froy-  tnooof BrlUnto Colombia, for.the ualo of be-n* by  ri bottle for oomramptlon  turn mrlfuwi or by tb**i open  iresnlflonv  LthluMth  on the nresnlflonv  Dated r  of A  LA"  .VALJL!  ,1CY. Applicant.  (Bt>tt____ ___-*.       _S_P_wa_*tgj_r___  C. O. Rodgers and C. B. Garland ||  ���������will put forward at the associated j  boards convention at Cranbrook  this weekt will have to do with tho  completion of the Arrow Creek  diversion, which is part of the trans  provincial highway, and one urging  the provincial publicity bureau to J  have literature prepared by districts, rather than in a general  way, and asking that one setting  forth the varied possibilities of the  Kootenays should have first consideration. ':.  Tlte board went on record as  thoroughly appreciating the efforts  of tbe commissioners iu pleaning up  the. town, improving the roada, and  the fine start that hns lieen made  to give Creston tire protection, mid  a letter to this effect will be BG>nt  the council.  Chairman Gibbs of the 1924  tourist campaite committee reported  tha j, an autoists camp ground will  be in operation thia year. Usea  Smith is now  putting in shape a  ui| *aiiuii-9  Grocerios  For the  %  buy  S  for  Men. Women or  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Storm im  mum ^um -gum. mm mm _Ht___'_Hf  mm ���������________��������� wwr  .w. .^^i,. ^H^a, ^m^ mw km. mt  jEm, |BS^g _f_p-*gr__ S���������I���������SBP 0 UiS  in  ftvo-ncrc   naturally    wooded   area  adjoining hia   ranch,   which   will  furnish an ideal oamp  ground, and  on which ho will erect at least one  building  into wbiob will   ho put a  stove for oooking so as to eliminate I  all danger of lire.    The board   will  do everything within ita moans to  advertioo tho fact that a camp hae  been established, and   ndvise as io  its location.  If -suitable photon <mn be secured  it i������ proposed to send a framed  group photograph of Valley tKK-nie*  for display at the British Empire.  Exhibition at Wembley, and the  publicity committee in- now in cora-H  Vests,  Drawers. ������������������Mloomer0i...br  ������     iJotiibincLtiofi  Suits  il it u i.ii   '^tiyLTiji'-v^^wf^y'jwg^  isssssmsia  _____at  tM..._f_i "���������* ma ;  LIMITED  mm  __m-_.   i__n_>'"__n "mm tt_____   _M_i' ��������� Wtk. HI H_ mW  lj    ^^ _j    ix. ttkMmt t^^um |__    lHaW   iSmmihI    WMhM     ^^^_.  B|   j^'D  BE ^J^^bH.^^^^ _���������______������������������ ^B^^B ���������' ^S  Kw    ��������������� BS    Bff ffia ^-W Wk Wm Ju_^n__- a__l ^mm\\      mm  iw&temF *SmWiW fm ^f 4p mi MiP    fawlw    **-      p  h*ll������WiW������-������*#MWa^^  ���������fiW*ffij$**^tf4t*'Hfi*>   f*   'J*   - RJtf.  ^-y^'-y^l THE  CRESTON  REVIEW  #  r  I  Fori! Cars -Trucks -Tractors I  ���������***(������**  We also handle a line of GUARANTEED SECOND  HAND USED CABS.  - 5  Garages at Crestoia and Kitchener [I  with a full line of Car Parts and Accessories,  r������.r"-if n &������3c*     |^ n ES H #*E*  BE. If Mil d    UHnMOC  B, S. BEV.AN, Prop.  Exclusive Ford Dealer  -G������.C?I  C5.0 P.      - -   -v   ^ - -  Long semi-elliptic springs front and tear���������the combined length  equal io 60% of wheel base���������mid full balloon Hres.  insure easty riding.  CHEVROLET MOTOR OARS __M>,  -TRUCKS  AestMTs  Mc!LAUGHLIN-BUrOK  CARS  The oldest oldiimer connot recall alf  -^JU|   -__*T_<rf   g2_i_,-i--er_'*r%Sil  year when tbe dandelion crop  was  aii-OCai alia JTerSOIia.ft  luxuriant as this yew,   nnd   the  dry*!  'weather  seems"  to   be  ^ust  what is  wanted to keep up a perpetual .bloom.  um ^jfflEpssElilTS.  __tlUW *0������a*/������   *Bi-WaVl_-"������aa'������a_aa*aa a, a. -mr      "  FRE-KfflPTtONa  Vacant, unnoBsrvejS. Burveyed  Crown land* ma-7"l>* pre-empted "oy  Brittsb. subjects over 18 years of age,  anfl by aliens on deolarlns I-tentioc  ���������to become Bxltteb subjects, conditional upon. rasl_eae*, occupation,  and j_apKtnr_oacast for agricultural  purposes.  FuQ bafonnatles-. ������oac*sra!���������B "regulations re_ardin_ pre-emptions; la  ���������given in Bulletin ������������. 1, Xand Seriea.  "Ho-s to Fre-ampt Xaand." copies of  which cap be obtained frac of charge  by addresalxi������- the X>e&art_ae������t of  Lands, Victoria, B.C, or to. any Gov-  er-oment Asent.  Records Will be granted covering  only land suitable for agricultural  purposes, and which Is not Umber-  laund, Le., carryins over 6,000 board  "��������� Cs-st swa* asa*o -������^at������ftheC*<jaBtBai-������-re  and 8,000 feet per acre east of that  AppllcaUons for pre-emptions are  to be 'addressed to the I������and Commissioner of the Xtand RecordIn_ Z>i-  visSosv Sn ****!siob. the -land ..applied for  is a"tuato*Va~6_ are made on printed  form*-, copies of whieh can be obtained from .the "Lend Corarolasloner.  Pre-emptions must be occupied for  five yearn and improvements made  to value of $10 per acre, .including  clearlnfl* ju-^ cultivating* at least fLva  aoree, before a grown Qrant can be  received.      ���������  .    ',.._, ������������������,.-.  Vat more ,_etailod Information see  . (be    Bulletin-   "How    to   Pre-empt  "Land." ���������*������������������  .   ���������       PURCHASE It  Applications are received for purchase of vacant and unreserved  Crown lands, not "being tunberland,  for aa*rloultural purposes, minimum  I. rto* ol jBbrot-claa-3 <amble) land is IB  S������er aorey axtd, see->nd--otaaa {{-ra-slDor)  and 18.00 per acre, i Further information reKardln. purchase''br leant  of Crown lands Is given Ln Bulletin  No. 10, XaaA- SeHaa, "-Purehase -sad  Xaeaoa of Crown LaanOa."  Mill, fnotory, or Industrial eltes on  timber land, not exoeedln-r 40 acres,  may he purchased or leat_cd, the conditions Including; , .payment ol  ���������tumpaffe. * .  ���������   ��������� .   MOS9E������-!TE* _.EA������P.*  I Unsurveyed areaa, not exceeding: 20  acres, may "be leased as bomesltea,  Icondltlonal .-upon a dwelling being  lerectod In the first year, title being  obtainable after residence and Improvement oondlUons are fiuicai"*.**  and land haa been surveyed.  LBAB-6 .  ,    ipbr Hrasdinii afid   induBtrlal    pur-  *2Hwe_. .a-t*wa������ ia������i ������ac^a-jflBmc *B<.*) a*rr������-s  may be leaaed by one person or ������  company^ -  GRAZING  Under the Orattlng Aot the Prov.  tnea la dlvldefl Into irraEliiK -Matrlctt  and the ran-g-s administered under n  Qrastng       CoJumlla������lot.&r.      Annuaj'  rm-iuir   .MjrjJ.iUw  ._������a_   SiitaSUaa^t   feSaSSd   CSS  numbers ranged, priority being given  te ^ ������atabUs"-Wsd erwnmrm,  Block-ownert  Uiaia^r     Waiiiia     L~.~������-u~+tZi,Z.JJ       J"__"        l'.JJT.^Z  manacemewt, . *0Ve������, or pnuilaliy free,  ^wmiJts- mam. available for setttars.  ttanpom junto   *3ra*������.ta*31orB,   up   to   ten  Queen's Birthday (May -Uh) falling  on Sunday thia year, the holiday w311  be observed on Monday, and &XI places  of business in town' will be closed.'  Provincial police U, McLaren was  at Boswell nti Tnesdaiy making an  inventor]- of the chattels and securities  ort>fe*Ti������t4**W-. "NSijck. Who" _.ed intestate on May llfch.  ">?ic Mawson������' .who succeeds Mr.  "Woolverton as the Watkins ftealcry  es������nmen'<-rd covering his territory on  TneEeday, using a Ford car, and is well  satisfied with trade.  There was considerable evidi-nce of  prosperity in tbe.VAlley c<n   "Saturday  .last when the "Ladies' Guild of Christ  j Church enjoyed a gross cash .intafct* of  over $120 sit their spring saleof needle-  wotk> cooking, etc.  Alex. -Litigate and '-Buck1* Davies  were Fernie visitors a few days at the  end of the week,making "the " trip in  C. O. - Bennett's Mcl_augh1iif car^  which had Vie*., left here ~'hc;: the  latter moved to Fernie. 0  C. O. Bodgers commenced 1035  operations ut the box factory at the  flr-st of th-? week, and now htts the  f-a?3i**on"t* nuike of straw berry _ craatea  well under way. The capacity of tho  plant has been almost doubled since  lust year.  President C W* Allan of the bourd  of tirade along with C. <G, Garland  and C. OV Hodjge<r--)t left on Tuesday  for Cranbrook, wher<* they.are in  attendance nt the annual eon vention  of the Af-sonii.te.-t Boards of Trnde of  Bnstein B.C.  The school board bad their May  meeting on Fridwy .night wbtwn liihey  had the usual midsummer conference  w3th Inspector Manning. Principal  McLellan will send up sixteen pupils  to try tlin Entrance exam-!a. whieh  start on June 22nd. *  iicThe Cat/operatlve'store otnee hniltl-  ing on the lot near the Bank of  Commerce, has heen pure hue ed by the  villago.and has been moved onto the  Union property next the lt.CaM.Pa  biirracks, and will bo flttod up for a  fireball immediately, , v  Kitchener bivneball   tprtim   made  its  I second appearance In Creston nriSunr  dei-- afternoon, and made rather n  bettor s"h.or.*!-p; than o-nt 'tne tntSiul  vlfth^, the score being 9 to % in Creston's  fxvnn The return game will be played  at Kitcbenvr on the 2Urd. *  A number of the Oteatwn india-tna  6ef tVvJa tbe overland route -: for ���������Crn.d-  l>r������>ok on Monday to take in the May  25th  sports  in .that  town,    aiimuiy  "LatwtkheadT shipped hiti two race Worses  with-the party, and expects to bring  'back a -hare of the runnHng raci? prke  money.  ' .Bob Beaton, who has been assistant L ____  at   the   O.P.K.   d������pot������ the   past  two j I.  naont'hs������ left on Monday for Femies to j I  take a similar position, and is succeeded b-fL-tOhas. Armstrong, who. was on  the depot staff last season,  H. 8, Bevan is branching out in the  garage line, having, this week opened  a\ repair shop at -Kitchener, with Ben?!.  Despins in charge.' He'has a building  20 x 40, centrally .located, and will ������ive  customers the same firstrelass service**  thai always obtuins in his Creston  garaige.    "    -'���������.-'  ��������� M!r. &ssd Mrs,01ark Moore of Oover.  Idaho," were weekend- visitors herewith the former's mother, Mrs. Hugh  Taylor. He was accompanied byTnii*  bt?other, Bob, who recently -lost his  band in a planing tnill aceident, ancl  whose injury is #iaking quite, a satisfactory recovery.  Misses Cben-ingion--weve hostesses,  at court whist at their home on Friday  night, witb five tables of players competing and t=hp..pri2e^" scores going to  Miss "Lyd.- Johnson and Ted Staple**^ j  Jiefreshments were served and then I  followed dancing to round out a most  enjoyable evening;  Miss    Ayleaworth    of    Edmonton.  Alta.,  who  will .supervise this year'a  Chaistauqu-a, arrived at the first of the .������  week, and is making "a call on  all the ||  sdhools interesting the cniidren in the i ~  junior   work. . The   ticket   sale   coro-  menced'on Wednesday and there is a  fine demand for the pasteboards.  Anyone wishing t������ "have their name  placed on the   1925   provincial   voters  list should "he at  the provincial  police  office,   Creaton,    Tuesday  afternoon,  May 26th, between 2 and 4 o'clock.    A  special sitting of the court of revision  *is heing~held here thnt  afternoon   hy  the reRistrar <if voters,   J. Cartmei,  i������ -  Chas. Moore    got    hack   from   the  Slocan on "Wednesday as   due   to  the  deep snow in the hills it   was   ienpr-ss-  ible- to get on   with   mining   survey  -work.    He states that mining is active  in a small way- on   many   claims' and  mining men   with   cwpital   are   more  numerous in   that eountty ~ than   for  years^-������ast. 7  The most welcome rain . of ..the year \  .came along on Thursday morning: and  continues at the time of going to press,  |.he downpour at noon repisi-ering over  an inch. "It will get the field crops off  to a great t-tat^and assures. a_y ield of  early strai.'i.'berrles." This is the usual  Chautauqua rain and���������is sure to bring  about   a    brisk'! demand   for  season  ������ Int. n������,_:  uat R^s.ac*. ^ ^_  Fish dinners---were in evidenc������������ on"  Sunday at the homes of several of the  friends of W. B. McAlpine who ia  holidaying at .Proctor and who, on  Friday last, landed a 13������pfttind salmon  whilst fishing in the lake in that  neighborhood, and which'was.;., landed  with the aid of the gaff. This is just a  } sample of what he expecte to catch; if  there are any.20 pounders in the lake  He is determineij to have one before  his vacation is'over. -  For the community service .in  Chautauqua tent oh the evening of  Sunday, May 31st, the guarantors have  been fortunate^ in seeming Norman  Moore, former district foi-ester of  Craw brook, to give his addiesa on  "The Metit-iut- of it Man." Oreston  Valley people who have beard him on  two other subjects can vouch for'tbe  ettttement that Mr. Moore is in"Ohaii-  tnuqua cliiss as a epeaker.and the big  tent should be filled to capacity that  evening. Special musical features are  being'arranged.  According to the  first draft of the  stationing committee of the Btethodist  Conference in session at  Victoria the  past   week,    Rev.   Joi.   Herdman   of  Anyox "-/111 have charge of the Incoming United   Church   at   Ot-eston,   the  present pastor, Kev. Q. Knox,-having  been ut-signed to Suppevton,  reptacing  nn oldtlme Oreston ni1nlnter������ Rev. Ft  "L. Oarpentor������ who is moved to Ferris  Bond, V an con ver. -Be v.''. M. ��������� W i "Lets;  who was here In 1017-18, cornea f rom  Smlthers tn take the  United   Church  at Kaslo,, where   the   Methodists  and  p^abyleplane rtacrger. ������t fcb-fc' fit*-**, of  May without the latter talking a vote.  . i  tne  Keep  the   15aby -Uhicks   growing witn  Purity Ghick Feed and Milk  Mash  then" Growing  Mash and  Developer  1  ���������1  er���������- ������*��������� a  Wii  o<Jv-  4-L. ������_������-_-_  i-iiCiii  4-l^-^^-k������������rr"l-ti I  billV/Ugai   .  FLOUR and BREAKFAST FOODS  QgOsi&'s Calf Mmsl  Linseed Meat and Oil Cake Me^9spm  Barhed Wire  Plow Shares.  ������__������_':_/t__l r' ^-^ ��������� ���������     '��������� '  il-tJ  SPOT CASH for STItAWBERRiES  There is no uncertainty as to what you will get for your  Strawberries when you sell them here?���������we prefer to pay Sfiot  Cash for thkm at time of delixery.  By selling direct to the retailers we get th������ top price, and  pass ii aiOitg to j. Ou.  Already*' we   are   getting   numerous   enquiries   from  customers and would   like  to  know how ma-iiv crates you  Eikely to be able to supply ns this seasoki.  Onr 1924 Strawberry prices were the highest in B.C, and  onr payments the promptest. We are.in a position to do just as  well this year j and can place all the Berries we can get.  oar  are  Please let us  have for us.  know at once  Ilvranr  mm%<m..Jf  ���������w/vag -expsct- to  Creston Valley Produce Company  ATLF. NELSON, Manager  Save Trips to Town  I_et ttte Baak save you the tisiae  and inconvenience oi -special trips to  town. Send your deposits by mail.  They will receive caref*al and  prompt-attention, and you "will receive an acknowledgment by return  post. ... 88  iMPEtUAJ-   BANK  C W. AIXAN,  CRESTON BRANCH,  J_aCsaatfer.  The Best Way  e^clo-*^ns  'a  BONT *daJc loss 1  ia your letters. Yoa will _u_d the  Mosiey 0_d*e_s i_mied by this B>a****k m  safe tud convenient way of paying  your WAfxyf-towti accoimta.   "  ������M-?TUlc_caa������ss*3tis_diesttw{^^  mwamtvami ** Fo*������* "CMSee <������ BwgWaW CsdSSS.  WBWRIjOOMB *IOtl-i "3*OS_N_SS ss������  THE CAN-AJDlaAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Capital Paid Up $2041000000  Rataaroys; Bind $20y000i00p  Creston Branch  X>��������� T. Scr-useoor, M-magcr  tas*!  land REGtsrmr aot  l"loolc5o( Lot S2I, Wim B61.  PwM-f litF-vlnff iMum "IIimI  Icwa qt Ciur.Uuci*rt������itiii <__  la my oiWoo of tho  snoo w������*_   10011-A to iAo^wpaB^enpensA iant���������   .... _.  namo*i.-_f aiohn_W1_Ultt*������ Hnlna>������, Tharajw IlaJnoi.  tt>W)tK/-. a*i4|i  .nda .In tlio *|  and -latckl tho "-���������jM^fflU4lVM,',IB,i  "   i at Mio-wplmtllftn. *  rwtpoctivolyu  toy Intontaton  moiitli ffr-fim  to  tho 0aL*_������  noinoe n-nfl Tlioniwi  .of ono ���������nftlondti.t  on livrttMlf tin Irwno  _.  3"Ui.1s������fi, ThomaH  Ijtidnwi |Jr.) ��������� pirovlRlonaM  C������rtlHoa*U-������ ot Title In Uett of buoii lout "Ooi-tiil-  ciitca. Amy pnra-in "tiaavVlikH: any *1nft%TiijiWow  witli xetere-ioa to traoki. Itwit (J.'a.ranoauo-i. ut TiU*-  Ifl ro������nto*iUo-l to octmrnmntewto with thoundoN  ao.,thtet8th*t*yof.)w^Sii^^,a    '      ���������  Putai off iimt ������>ubllouU*.sb May w. KSA.  41  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd,  MEAT MERCHANTS  ~~ i fTftV O0K  ^HAMMOCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economical dish, easy tin serve.  Shamrock Bran* HAM, BACON anaJLARD  CS'l^i������B^iI^' ckEAMEBY BVTTESi  ��������� .<Uovernmept**oradeil������ blji-beat njuslity-,  FRESH and CURED FISH  all va-rietles.  Choicest'BEEF, PORK, -MiUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BURNS* IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  increases, egg production -tnti prouoe**. S������_aiiU-tt j-iMailtyy  jiwi_-*wwwaStssaM,aw^  iBtaalws  t.aai^tiH'iHia  mmmsmmm ~!  m!MVIEW,   CBESTON,   B.    C.  "7  t���������T*  IT  ���������-"  |1 X  I - *  *-F  People "who use "Red Rose"  are usually  those who like tea of --extra, good quality  No  Secession Talk  The QRANGS PEKOE is extra good-   Try it!  Canada IVIust Plgnt GeOgraplly  Sir John A. Macdonald, the first Premier of the Dominion, used to nay  tin.... Canada was a difficult country to govern.- The truth, of that observation  una become more and more apparent with the passing ol' the years. In .Sir  John's day the greatest difficulty was found in reconciling the opposing* viewpoints of the French and Kngli-.h speaking;, Protestant and Rowan Catholic  tlements in our population, all hough he also was confronted with the differ-  c-nces existing in the economic wquirements of Ontario and Quebec as compared with the Maritime Provinces. The West versus" "East problem had  not  become acute prior to   Sir John*.-, passing. ��������� f  Much of tlie bitterness in regard to racial and religious difl'erence-s which  divided Canada into two camps in the eighties'and nineties- has passed away,  Occasionally the dying embers arc- funned by extreme' pav'ti'-Muis bankrupt  of any solid basis for opposition to their political opponents, but such tactics  ft n*_i'ro\vm.il upon by the people" of Canada generally.  Put while education and the cultivation of a spirit of charitableness has  largely succeeded in banishing the old partisanship and bigotry of the past,  lines of division among the people of Canada are just as sharply drawn as  ever, only now the differences are -wholly economic, whereas formerly they  *.vi,re racial and religious.* \VhiIo it is regrettable that there should be lines  .of division, they are much to be preferred to those whieh once existed and bedevilled public lite and largely nullified every effoi;t toward national develdp-  i:tent of the Dominion. .     ���������    ''���������-..  In this very*strenuous commercial age, and in a world still bandies, pped  ���������by the upheaval of the Great War, Canada finds itself unable to present u  united front to the world with a strong and well defined national policy. On  tlie contrary, there as a lack of anything worthy to be called a national policy.  There is an absence of deep national sentiment. Instead of the people being united as Canadians first, last, and all tlio time, they are divided, into three  -.lrui-, groups���������the far east or Maritime Province group, the central or imhits-  .rS-il group of Ontario and Quebec, and the Western agricultural group. To  ..time extent there is a fourth, or far west group, 'British Columbia. J:*.routs  im-. however, rapidly shaping themselves making the interests of tho Prairie  Provinces und  Prirish Columbia  common interests."  aVoi man. but nature itself, has set up lhe obstacles -operating,  to divide  < 'iiiuiiltt   into   tln-st.  a..-, lit ing nature, or  agt'ous effort to build up a united  people and nation on" the northern half of!  *hi-- continent.      Canadian public men, irrespective of party, or race, or xre-  'igion.  and  regardless  of the fiscal   or economic views held  by  them,  have;  striven  to achieve  this  result.      It  has  been  their lifelong dream,  and the '  ..rdi.tit desire of the majority of native-born Canadians..  Canadian.-* have pound out money like watet to develop the Dominion j  ������'a"st ami wa.-_.-r. and bind ii logcihor and into ono unit from the Atlantic to the !  Pacific. V������".- ih'.- d.-.-jred result has not yet been achieved. Why? !Ce-  eause with a nt.*f-- liamlli.it of people Canada has to fight geography all along  tire line. Natur- never init-mled that the enth"e"trail*o and business of this  ririir-.ry _=_.i.-u!d pL-oee,-,.'.':i!tiii!' rigid east aud west linos. There-is, first, the  ..ap b>-i*v. ������������������ -i*. *.UaT Math ine- frovinct-.s and Ihe c-ntie._ of Oue-b.-c aiful Ontario,  i bring ea^-i-r and ������h������-.ij"-j- iVu- the oejttj-a't !frovinces lo do business to'.tlio  ��������� euth, for iraih. I....- ?he iln-.vijig water in a river, follows tho lines of least  n eon;*-.- ilu- l.noo- mile barren su-i'i.ch between North Bay  L-'inaUy. i lie Hocky Moult tains eroe.i. i.lient.-a-lvt-N between the  faeiiie Coiest..  h   t-  ,-i   .-it?-, i iiiumi.--.  li^hi  agai'isi  gt-iti.. iji-'liy  lo build ti]������ j.t'Hill ion  v..--*-   --ji'-..       Vi-i   if -i 'aiiada   is   to   rt-inuiii  a   disthuif  national  tiiti-t be -.- r-i-ied  in.       Then- 3~t no other alternative.      Kithcr  ��������� ii-:   !u.:.:-.   ii������i  inio  iln-ei. or   four .-'eprira l>* grotli������s.  or  become  ��������� r-   ptlbii--    l.a   ,'lle    .sajillii,   or   i I ; ���������    pcOJ.de   1.111 si " gl>i.   I <It'el her,   COIU-  tiior.- :.--|'. ilhr.-reai'*--*-. "<f.U*.ii a polh-y of >-ive and Inko, and  eniii-.e.-' .iiel t-rii-riv.- etani ii>u. ��������� ihe bau.h- with lit.' obsiaoh-s  a-  -������������������<  in '.nr |.'Vm in a  strong. nnii--'i  nationhood.  Shan    I'fxt'i-ii;     ii    i-    |ite i I i*. a-le    :-tlirii|ill    \, "_������������������������ |le|'   IIS    individuals,  i - :*   J 'online-a,  to go on  a<   ilu- Canadian   people have  divithd   risen ins*,    ioell'   can not   pland,   anil   ."'.madia iih  Robert Forke Says There Is  No More  Patriotic. Section In Canada Than  In the West  ���������Emphatic clenial to reports fh;ti.:[;  Western'.Canada largely iavoreil'"secession" -was made by -Robt. Forlce,  M.P., leadc-r. ���������'���������������.'���������_. the Progressive parly,  ifl presenting the western viewpoint  on the tariff'.aitti oilier matters of national importance before tho Young  Men's Club of the board of trade at  Toronto. ������������������-..-'  'In declaring that Canadians were  going to light out their own problems  as one family, Mr.:c,Forlco said: "I can  assure you that . there is no more  patriotic section of th-fts country than  the west and that this talk of secession has been unwarrantably magnified.     .  "I have no fault to find with moderate protection for Canadian manufacturers, but I would like to see tbe government announce --a definite policy  regarding protection and stand by it,  i-atlier than have the tariff subject, to  constant alterations."  It would  be very difficult, said Mr.  ForKe, to. convince  the we.stei'ti farmer, who sold his produce nnd cattle in  tlie open  iiutrlcets.  of the  world,- that.  he stood, to gain by "pro lection.  -T���������*1-  1  "W&kJ^LA''  mmm  ^UMO TO&&*Zi  or  :-���������.;.  Subdues ^ore Throat  IvTa Short Time  MTilSif T -Tl  As it is PACKED IN AiRTrGHT  TINS this excellent plug tobacco  always REACHES YOU in the  same PERFECT CONDITION a*  wheia it left our lactory- full o.  strength and "flavour.  /  mu%m.  SMOKtUQ TOBACCO  MANUFACTUREO   BY     ������MP*-Rl'A^.-TO-ACCO-v:i-.d7.6F CANADA,    LIMITE-f.  English   Firm   Gets  Contract  Carillon  Will  When a severe cold grips your  throat, when i.t makes you gag and  cough���������that's tho time you ought to  apply good old ���������"Nervi'li-ne.'' This wonderful liniment sinks right in. penetrates to the veuy core of the affected region. You get a trilly wonderful effect from Ijlervinne, and for sore  throat, tight chests and bad colds  nothing., else- will act the same us  trusty Nerviline. Five times stronger than other IJuimenu. full of pain-  subduihg power, Nerviline. is a necessity in every liome. -Cot a 35c bottle  to-day.  Saskatchewani Horses For B._?  A carload of heavy draff horses- was  purchased in Saskatchewan recently  for prices ranging from $200 to ������300  per head. Nine hundred dollars was  paid to one man for three grade  horses; and seve-n head^ cost $.1,950.  an average of" nearly $2S0 per head.  These-horses went to the J..C". lumber  woods.  distinct   groups.       .For  half a   century-Canada   has   been  geography, in  an a linos U supcrhuuiaii and certainly cour-  Message of Hope  to the Old Folk  George    Crawford    Tells    What  Dodd's Kidney Fills and Dodd's  Dyspepsia Tablets Did for  Him  '. .-.-..-tan*-'-.       I'I  ;.:..t ^���������.'innip��������� ���������-:.  ', '.���������:ii:.'ies  aini   t\\>  *��������� 11-!   * 'all;iil.-t   i  r- ior.i*   i ;t.- '    :, ;>.r\  ���������..ail.  i;.;ii   Jit-'lir  i ,.--    I tia.js; -iii.-.  ��������� i-a-rt-'>--|   i������: < 11   *. :  t-rniii!-.'-   Mh i r  -'   il It        !- a " 1 J a " V.  I   ll  r:a i u i '    !  ���������a iii'-.-'.  I I  T-^-'.'.el  g. ttgi-ii [ilii'-a.i   UfOII Jt,-".  -  t-e-.-H   gtdnir.       A   liott-  lull- t  ������������������7;ile  -e ie  in a  Lie  I     I . ll.'l ��������� I lla  -litj-.'   lie  In ���������,< 11 i ���������  '-,��������� I   I' >    II!'  It.li:  VH-  and  iiniie  iai    a1 t.i.'  on  !'nijie 4 omiiriM   policy   ly'ili'li,  one  Keetii.n.  v, 111  be  aect;iiable  Quebec   man   relieved, of   rheumatism  and   stomach trouble  Standon, Que.��������� (Special) .���������Another  tribute to Dodd's Kidut-y Pills is sent  to us by Mr. (J. Crawford,.a well known  resident of this place. He says: "It  is -with pleasure that I let. you know  your Dodd's Kidney Pills have done  mo good aud [ am well satisfled witli  lhe results. My trouble- started from  a cold. My sleep was broken and nn-  nd'rushing and I had a, bitter lasto in  my mouth, especially in the inor'uings.  .Rheumatism also troubled-mo. I t(ni  now taking your Dodd's Dyspepsia.  Tablets and Und ilie-iir wry good,  VY'lieu I fool iuy. stoninch bad V t-ike  Ihtmi and get instant relief. My age  is  7(5."  Dodd's Kidney Pills iiot only relieve  lhe pnlrt or aeh-. Ihal In causing the  most, dlslrcss, but they inil: th������- kidneys  in good worUlug order and nil tho Impurities j'iuI poisons are slr,iliie<l  of the body.  Hodd's DyspepHhi   'J'siblT'ls  ���������iloiiiaeh free fi'inii I rouble.   '  a   naliiral   i*eni������-,ly.  tllgesllnt.  while  th.- stonuicli   rusts :uii.l   reenper-  :i les.  and   Clock   For   Ottawa  ���������   \{ Cost $63,&30  The  contract, price  for the carillon-:  and clock to be  installed "in   the.new  Victoria Tower on Pa i'i i a men t. 11 fi I is  ?Gcl,930, according to official announce- j  ment-made''by the department of pub-}  lie work, Ottawa. An order-in-council  has been passed awarding liie contract, ]  to   Mess*'.-*   Gillett   and   Johnston,   bell  founders.," of Ci*oy,.loii. TCnglaiid.      Tlie  carilloji^-ivill consist of 53 bells.      The  contract calls /or    complete '"installation by .March '61, :192������.. ' '   -  Return Relic To Canada  The shield which was t.iil'.e--- fr<;?n  ��������� the gates of old < >u.���������!-)���������.*_- ������fter the eap-  tisi-e of the 'city by CrPJieral Wolfe. *ui*l  if?- now in posse-.sion** of the toVn *>f  Haslings, Kng., vrill beyrt. urned to the  Canadian, city.  NATURE'S WARNINGS  Danger   Signals   That   .Everyone  Should Take Seriously^  Pain    is    one    of Nature's warnings  that    something    is    wrong Avith  tlie  'body.       Indigestion,   Iter   instance,   is  1 t-j-aractcrized by ]iains in the stomach.'  _.���������r.������������������ .  ar)tj   ort^j!  about tho  heart:   rheuma-  Astdma No Longer Dreaded. The tism by sharp pains in the limbs and  dread of renewed attacks from asthma- joints; headaches are a sign that the  has no hold, upon those who have nerves .or .stomach are.out of order.  learned to rely upon Dtv J. D. Kellogg's* In some ailments such as anaemia.  Asthma .!Remody_ So safe, do they j pain is i.ot so prominent. In this  fe-d that complete reliance is placed j case Nature's warning take the form  on this true specific with the certainty-j of*.pallor, breath!essness after slight  that it will always do all that its., male- exertion,, palpitation of the heart, and  ers claim. If you have not yet learii- ' loss oi" appe*tite-.:Whatever form  ed how safe you are with this prepar- these warnings take, wise people will  ation at hand get it to-day and know i not ignore the fact that many diseases  for yourself. i havo  tlieir   origin   in.  poor  l.tlootl.  aud   -���������  j that  when  the  blood   fe* enrifthed   the  Freezing   By   Wireless | trouble     disappears..     Dr.     Williams-  *   A Scandinavian  claims   to have  tie  hUgtll'U  i Pink Pills are most' helpful in such  cases, because- they purifv and build  i contrivance ihal: will broad-1 up the blood- to its normal strength.  cast refrigeration (according lo the [la this way it tones irp the nerve-;, re-  juvonior) in exactly the. same way as j stores Hie  appetite and   gives perfect  ,,.���������, ,,,   .  .       .    ,  ,..,   ���������,,,.,.- 1v ,,,-.     health.    Miss   Hazel   I3erndt_   of  Arn-  prosenl-day   .-v. ireh ss   stations, broad-   pr|o|.( 0nl _ has 1(l.OVC{1 thu. s;bal valu���������  cast music. All that the lioust.-wil'e j 0j* L];,*s medicine and says:���������"1 am a  of the ful.ttie will linvo to do���������is to ! young gul -and have been working in'  Uoop her vefrlgeratJon  receiver tniuxl | a factory for the past, four years.    For  j two   years   i   h;id- been   in   st-J^h   fioor  j health that, at times I could -not work.  -      "  -~~" j 1 was thin and pale, and troubled witli  Sores Flee "Before It.���������There aro * headaches and faiming spells. I doe-  many 'who- havo b.*-en afflicted with ; tored nearly aii Ihis iiine, but it did  sores and have driven them away -with; not help me. My mother advised me  "Dr. ThottuiH' Eclectric Oil. All simi- ' to Lake Dr. wmiams' Pink Pills, and  larly troubled should lose no lime in ; afterlu.?.lng them for a while i could  applying 1his splendid remedy, ay'-notico an improvement in-my condi-  there is nothing like it to bo had. It i tion. I used nine boxes and can truth-  Is  cheap, but its power is in  no way j fully say   that my health  is  restored.  to a centra"* sending station.  expressed by" Its low price-.  Malc'in*.   Banana  Flour  Tin." manufacture ol' baniuia. .flour  been started vv I. Singapore, India.  will   be   used   in   the   iviatuil'acture  When    1    began    taking    the  pflls  I  wadghed f>7  pounds and  iioav  I  Aveign  i 111.     I feol 1hat I own my good health  ,      ��������� to" Dr. WJIIi'iniH* Pink  Pills  and  hope  "'other ailing peojile  avIU giro   them  a  11 J fair trial."  ot i     You can gel. these pills through any  keep  They  the  out  the  are  I'oorl  ;ind   foiiiniari'1   ih'-   >up;i������n-i   >,-   ;il!.   t.r   ilic   l������nminif.|.   v\ ill   Itrt-alc   ii[> "or   be  ���������  I ' 1 , \a.". ��������� a J     |||,.  I"'I If I he n*i or  I i ie  I - I (luet ie r  London   Fogs  Take   Heuvy   Toll  pi-tiie-    nin-l.   iii   Ihe   fii'e.seill    l'-li<|iti*   ol'   I hi ��������� | _      ., _ ." *   * .  ,   .,.  ,        ,,.,-,,       ,   , ,, ' Dentns    From     Lunn     Disease     Reach  iv     I    In.   . ��������� i i -i-  :i --;   tt. tt \v   Inn   l.a   .> I      a>i<,i-   ,ia.i "-1  chocolate   biscuits,   cakes,   and   as   a. j medicine dealer or by mail aL 50 cents  beveragu mixed with cocoa ami .milk.      K b������^, f l'^.V   T^J}V-  WiHianis:   >f.-di-    I cine  Co., Puflfd-vlll'*. Out,  Mllnard's   Liniment  Fine  for the   Hi-tit*' " "    ~  ��������� , | Indln's  Fii'6t Ele-ctt'ic-Railw-iy  New   Zealand    Blind   Are  'Prosperous!     The  firs.   _-!������;.*fric   itiihviiy   in   India  Qui. Of tiPO blind people :ifi New Zca-:'Was opened  by Sir 'l.e������'llo Wilson,  the  hind, only S7,have applied for lhe pen- ; Covernor  of -lloKibay,  when   he set In  si oh graiilft'l i������y parliament.      Tin' e>*~ thiol ion a train on a'Ponibay .suburban  plannlion   Is   Ihal   they     are     able     tn  make a good living, in various ways,  s������.���������*.��������� ion   ol' Ihe  Ttailu'iiy.  <Ire"!11  Indian T-oninsula  T *  j*     .  p'-i'pl -. I)** atlii|������ii'H l.'-itu'" long <<y ii   will  lie '��������� i erlasl ingl v loo lale,      |i  mav not - ,   ,   . ,  b.   .    ae.ly 1.,'tpula -:..i   ,!,,-.- Hj ,n :r- ������,  -a, bhtnti v . but  ih - are ,,*���������.:. anil!       x Height D������rin*j Wmter  ti-    -to-.-'.   n,i:,hi   .iu.i   a'   vv.-M  ),--  .,;��������� .,..      Iri,   , 1,,,-,-r,,,,,,   ihe  hnp.-'ra. I v,- tlui v t ,, A^"n"'^     '"     "l1"   nuthorlty.   Says  ...    -U   .���������.���������in*   .P *./.-������;     antl   lev. x   ol   ;ie-    iiieioe   lo  |,.,,d   rheii- a,,?,,,!,  atei  t-n- ,-  -  ' MrH"V "M  '������,,������r,������^s-   "    ^"������1'-'    1''������'������'"������"  i ,t      ,     i,   i    . ,      , i , < ���������     i.,     ���������   ��������� i    ������������������ -,, , - l(ig  may  etisl   inure lives Hum n  rdteli-  .-���������i'       i'i   'te-   la-U   beinj-e   M!.->ii   and   ,-at-e   ilus   I louuiuor.   ior   lle-ir   enildi'eii   anil  ���������      ,  , ... .  ( |.i|. i-,.r,-;;   ebil.ir.T,                                                                   * jed  bailie,        I In- period i if I lie gre.-i | <<:��������� r  r _...-_____-___>__������______������______ ^ j in-evalence   of   ih<.   iP-n*se   mlsls   is   in  | I (enelllber,       Willi       lhe      tjlllii*      WlnllM'j  0.ii',_i..-*   Per nuts  la&ued iuitmllis   tun   lar   lieliind.       At  lhi,-i,se|i-  l''-|"������(    -    iioill    (.a   r-i t i i v;   Inbuhllell    h\       Will   of    (lie    A������.;������r    lhe    i|..[il||    i'ii t (a    I'rom  ���������' 'I ��������������������������� "x.iii! 'jiian liint-aii <n Hia i i-!i ie--. -dioiv ' lun/. tll.n iim''-- reaches it.-t lieighl. Tint  '''���������������' .ii" val;ie t.i liiiii'iiiii* pirinit,-; i^ > hem > , uuiisi ure Imli-ii ntr jit'i. r.-i \-*������ I o,s  -!'���������: ii. .la u.j.11. , Hi-.i, a ���������-*..'e':n i e<l ,*.,.,-���������-.ik-Ii ijialsidie.!, ih,. diet, ol" sillili'thl re-  ('I-", '..''i I . ,i ������-"a.i,i|i;.|-..tl '.������. iiii <��������� I. I'. I, I "' ' I'tlCa-.; pll.vrii'itl l e -;j ,|,i u������- .- ,-|||d lllliena  An- llvi',,'ai.i. ��������� nierirh in *,������:*l. ������ l|-e.|iie||Hy finlih- I'roiu fhilln etill,"eil   ���������, ,_���������, , . ^_ ; |(v   j),,. (j^in,,,,,  ;, N.euliil  r|i>presHl(ip  -    ciili.-hli i >.i|    jifi-aili.-r    lia I'liit ill   el'l'eel.  a   .lav,    hi 13 in;  /  JJjj    flrfm  a*     ������aa������B_M " 1/t- ' '   '   ''-"''  . .|o:.;an   yi-wr  invftntl.-jn   t',   ,-iriy>ti.-,   t������hl   fur   "arft  '��������� f.i"COfiO  OT   t.ll-t. rirri.V      |-.ll.a*t      ,,4' 4,    I    K. I 4   I   ' 1    ������������������*%.       Mfl.lll      t (|      t  f. I   t 11 Tl f"' j      itllfl      f T������. ������  i"*81*"*" o n  i'������ni-"it.       r*i .mj.t. pt-r-tortal  -it* rylr-.ai.       Winn   TODAV,  vV     llr'-AVI"!    i-IASKf   ST     M'.na*   Hlfl'i  , ' ��������� M.-w f   !*���������...    X,  ������li������  t i<i i:-i.;.������i '>*.. ntt.v/.i, n-i, i".,m nil,e-i Piti-nt oria ."  !       VI;. ���������>_*_ I ��������� i' i" ��������� "T-       "������-. \  j '   'Hat *  I    pi III  I   I     til -'.������'lt     pllll llll't,  I  Mi'MrcIV; Liniment  for Colds,  W  I a US  MOTT-TKR:- Flctcliqi-'s Castor in as a pleasant, harmless Suli-  siES.iit.*_ ior Cu.sLa.i- (lil, IVu-egoric,  Tcctliiiig* Dru]is  ami   Soot 1111*10;  Syrups,  especially  prepared   for  Jnf;:iil.; in arms ,ju...  CluJ.lien .ill ugc-i.'  To ai.oid itiii.tidiuiirj., ...ways look tor the sipaialnrc of   <^?r^ffy/-f\;/cfa-')Ji  .���������.^^''V*'!..! 'IJ-yetK^is o.ri ^nrh "iineUajji'.    iMiyiikwuil v-vcryAvhcrc" rccoiniiu-nd it.  'lamami'*-n mawaii \  THE  vBSlVtEfW.'  CBESTOK,   B.   O.  ������ive JBusKels Per  In ProductiDii xs  ere  r^Iore  Possible  "Witliin^t^^KText Ten *Y  ~.\  Was Chbice of Convention  ears  F. S. Archibald, director of experimental -farms in Canada, told the  members- of :the -University Club at  Ottawa recently, that a:.fiye-bushel per  acre increased production of wheat  in Canada is possible within the next  ten  years.       This  Avould. add   to  the  Saskatchewan   Poultry   Pool  Organization Capitalized at $50,000 is  '" Formed" '  Incorporation of the Saskatchewan  Co-operative Poultry Producers, Limited, has been effected by the'pro-  ��������� value of Canada's yearly-production : visional board of directors,  between 120 and 200 mjllion dollars.! The poultry pool is capitalized at  lt*4s quite within the realm of possi- '������50,0.00 Jn 50.000 one dollar shades,  bilities, he said, that,:ffthin the "nextjun<-;the h..-ad" oflice is located-'at the  10   to , fifteen  yeafs.^cience -niay lo-   Farmers'Building, Regina.' Hv-'r.������  crease the value op Canada'syagricul- ^.lie incorporators are :������;Mrs. Sarah.  tural products by front 250 to 800 mil- . E.Sel by. Ktrrobert, representing the  lion dollars a year, j Farmers' Union of Canada; George F.  Mr. Archibald also explained that .Edwards'", Regina, representing the  it was possible the output of milk by ��������� Saskatchewan ttrain Growers' Asso-  X a single'*cow;could "be increased, by I elation; Mrs. Ida M!cNefil, Expanse/  1.600 pounds a year. yThis would j W.G.G.A.: Mis. Bertha Holmes/ As-  mean an added rovermevio Canada of j qUith, W.G.G.A.; W. H. Beesley, Moose  fully 60 million dollars a year. i Jaw.  S.G.G.A.;   Hari'y  W.  JsCetchesom  The   address   was an   earnest   plea j Davidson, representing the- agricultur-  for sympathetic consideration on  the; al co-operative associations,  part.of city men for the problems of i  the farmer and  for the work  that is ��������� -.,,*���������-; j������T.pr6ve Gr 4j,e final draft of the  being done in the -vyay'of experinieia-'  tation ou:scientiiicrIines_    .'  Mr.  Archibald ^id.'tliai: agriculture  still  is still Canada's >e*ven billion-dollar  industry, which employs and maintains a little over one-half the population of the Dominion. Indirectly,  also, it is responsible for industries  and employment of well over 50 per  cent, of the remainder of tlie !peopie.:  Agriculture yields 2V_. times the'"production of the mines, fisheries and  forests of Canada, said the speaker.  Beef and Butter For Orient  ! It is expected the provisional board  contract at the next meeting and that  a sign-up campaign will be launche-d  thi'pughoiit the province early in  April; - A���������������������������. special poultry and egg  marketing bulletin is being prepared  by   the   provincial   markets,   and   co-  1'hc J^lany JUitferent Jiasie  Sources of /W^ealtli \\71iicliV  A.re To Be Found In Canada  Itis* one of the outstanding features j  of Canada that, 3r has naturally about j  as many different sources of comraer-1  cial strength as any one country cant  Seized   Good   Opportunity  Farms  Being     Prepared     l-or    Dairy  Community  Near  Winnipeg"  have,  and  has   also  the  very  decided [ ' Within 50 miles of Winnipeg avast  advantage of being able id bring intoj.i  commercial   play  a   great   variety   ofjb-  dairy community is soon to spring into  ting.    - ^'Spring" is yused  deliberate-  basic sources of wealth, says the na-Siy, for-within two months ready-made  tural resources intelligence service of! farms will, oe ready for 25 families,  the department of (lie interior. Firsthand these will  be the  first of'300\*u-  W. A. AMOS  For third successive year chosen to  head Canadian Councihof Agriculture.  He is also president of the U.F.O.y  Experimental  Stations k  " For Bay Territory  a������ai a.     a  a������t -���������  -Suggested   at  Ottawa   That   Seed   be  Sent to Port Nelson  y The  establishment of! experimental  staUons at pointsyon. theJiudson's Bay  Railway has been   urged   at . Ottawa.  'it   has  a  remarkable  estate iu  lands  | suitable for grain growing, stock rals-  {Ing, fruit farming and other forms of  j husbandry.       it  has   immense  forest  [areas of: pulp-wood sp.scies as well, as  j saw timber.     The range of its mineral  I products  is  altogether unusual.      Its  waterpowo:s   are generous  in   extent,  and  well  distributed.       A great area  of fertile fresh and salt water fishing  grounds, and an abundance of useful  wild life, round out^the physical es-  "���������tV.estern members expressed the opin-.  operation; bra licit for use in the cam- ion that the district traversed byithe  paign. ���������'-.-.- ]200 miles of Hudson's . Bay    Ralljvay  7A tirade mark that will be- \ikcd on i now  iii  operation  had  great  agiicul-  400 such homes. The whole -project,  financed from St. Paul, will include  70.000 acres and.will take about $2,-  000,000. Each settler will have 1(50  acres, with 30 broken, a home, .a bain,  silo and ten cows. The settlers will  be from the "United .States and l-_"ui-  ope and will 'be "handpicked."  That is opportunity���������a dairy community within 50 miles of one or  Canada's most progressive ciiies.  Perhaps It' did -"lot seem posi-ible, Yet  tate. Thus nature itself has given to'novr> ������c is started, the only wonder is  Canadian enterprise about all that any I that no one'thought of it before-. The  country needs in order to attain com- I country is fut. of such opportunities.���������  mercial strength as well ������_s size. j Border Cities Star. " -7  The net primary production figurr.-.. j ������������������   for 1923. for each of these broad tfivi- -  sums give some^very interesting pro-I  lathe Maritime .^rotip, for in-|Canatra    Has    Reason    For    Wanting  ���������tw -a-.A..-������   ,1 X_   __*-_. .���������_  ������._!_.___ _._!_ f    ���������I. .���������-.*"  Motive Easy To Understand  posters and advertising materiitlcou-v  sists of a chicken stepping out-of an  eggshell and calling, "Where's that  pool?"  Soil   Fertility   In   West  Canadian      Products; prajrje   Soils   Lose   Fertility   at   Less  Demand       For  . Shows  Rapid Increase  Increased demand in the Far Kast  for Canadian beef and butter was evidenced in the heavy consignment of  refrigerated cargo whieh left Vancouver recently for Oriental ports on the  Canadian "S.S. Empress of_ Russia.  More than 250 tons of these commodities was shown on the ship's manifest.  Tho big liner took out more tha������  o00   passengers,   including  a   party  of  tftfal possibilities. *-'-  R. A. ''Hoe-j*, Progressive, Springfield,  suggested to Hon. W. R. Motherwell,  minister of agriculture, that seed .for  experimental,,purposes should be sent  to Port Neiscn, the terminus of tlie  Hudson's Bay Railway. The rro.iuc-  tion of samples of grain and vegetables . the other primary industries, but for  files  stance,' in round figures, the showing  is as follows: Agriculture, ?S8,D33,00d;".  forestry, $35,336,000; fisheries, $16,-  506,000; trapping, ������^50,000; mining,  $28486,000. electric power, $3,631,000.  It will be noted that the Maritime  Provinces, as a group, have been able  to dray each of several-different  classes of physical resources into  commercial play on a considerable  scale.       Agriculture   looms  up   above  grown  in   that  district   would  an aid to immigration.  Mr. Mo 11 ter well informed the house.  J that he had been considering tliees-  on - the  Hudson's     Bay     line.       lie   said   Mr.  aii   excellent  : RapidTRate as Time GoeV-On  i     Soil fertility investigations -.���������conduct-  | ed by Dr; F, T. Shutt, Dominion chefii-  . ist. over a series of years, have .prov- .  j ed'   that   wtsteih   prairie   soils   which;| *^>H>hment of a sub-sta.ion  | lose   fertility   at  a  rapid   r.afe   during'5  Uhe first  few, vears of cultivation andil **?<*"&   suggestion   was  'one and he would be glad to acc<*i*t it"*  \ Embargo on Pulpwood  The motive behind the movement  for ati embargo on Canadiaa pulpwood  is plain. It. is, in. th^-main, to.!-provide that the employment and wages  incidental to the converting of pulpwood into paper shall go into the pockets of our own workmen, not into the  pockets of workmen in the States. It  is to prevent tho, .existing condition  whereby every carload' of pulpwood  that^.rossos the border taltes work and  nd givt*"-  a less rapid  cropping, lose fertility at  rate as time goes on.     ^  The    lessons    learned from this in-  including  a   part y  of * V(>stigai,ion .point   conclusively  to the  eight   ,Shell    Oil    representatives, en- 'necessity     ^f      introducing    rotation  route fo the Far East    to    open    new j ^riliifies,    and"    clovers    into    farming  that company in China j p^ctice if profitable farming^ is to be  jiiiainlamed says.the Dominion depart-  | ment of agriculture. At the conclu-  i sion of his bulletin covering his in-  ; vestigations  fin   this   subject, the'-"Do-  in. a word to. foster the sound  of  developing   the   resources,  dustrles of Canada,   instead  of  It   i:-".  110I icy  tlie   in-  *.acn-  To  Help  Mining  Industry  branches    of  and the Dutch East. Indies.  Alberta Sugar Plant  on  Construction to Commence at Once  Million   Dollar   Factory  tl has .bc?ii otlicially jutiunmced that j  (lie   Utah-Idaho   Sugar   Company   will i  commence  construction'lit ifnce 011  uj  million dollar sugar plant at Raymond ^ *-Tiiutt.points out. necessarily involvps  and will be ready to slice beets by ' ;l Scheme of soil management which  next October. Six'thousand acres of : serves, to maintain fertility and tends  beets, wiih a production of' between 7 owards increasing -rather tlian dc-  70,000 to 00.000 tons, haw* been  sign- ' ereusing    "the    grain    output    of    the  the  Its. Tremendous Importance to  Dominiori Is Recognized  Eloquent assurance... of wholeheart-  c-d- support from the governments  which they respectively represented  was given to mining men of the Dominion in! general and of Ontario in  particular, by Hon. Charles Stewart,  minister of mines for Canada, and by  Hon.    Charles    MeCrea,   -minister    of  act  as \ est industries, mining and fishing have j g from labo_. u. Canada ai  hkewise    assumed    large proportions.   them tQ  lafcor in the  stdLes.  The  Maritime  area,   as   a  -whole,   exhibits an unusua,l degree of "both natural and developed diversity.  The basicS-adustries of Ontario and fld-ng them fc6 iU<3 a<3vajltage 0-������ oih.,r^  Quebec are, of course-, on a larger It m&Q .g._. nation -n the wo,ld th:it  scale. In this group agriculture over- i^ lQ fee a^le tQ UnL<Jerstand lhat  shadows the other primary industries motiv<v that nation is the UTYil.ed  more- heavily than is the case-in the  Maritime area, nevertheless, Quebec I  and Ontario possess great strength in :  mines for the province of Ontario, in  ed up by irrigation farmei*.s on Southern Alberta project's. Two more factories will b������> erected in Southern Alberta if the Raymond plant proves the  .success  ex petit 13 d..  Titled  Ranchers  minion chemist" points hopefully to  the- increasing adoption of mixed farming, including dairying and stock rais-  Tbe .extwishm of this, pratdice," Dr. addresses given by them at the banquet which terminated the 27th annual  general meeting of the r.^.a.-'U'-i.1*' Institute of Mining and Metallur.-y at  Oltawa.  Hon. Charles Stewart assur 2d .the  members " that he ever kept, in front  ol! him the- duly of calling the attention of those around him l.o iho importance to the Dominion of thi. mining industry, "antl its tr .nnojidoui-  potentialities in tlie future-  States.-���������Ottawa Journal.  lumbering, and  mining, and,  although  fishing is a- nliiior -factor, this group  presents a new. giant in its power-  generating ���������.' industry. Despite the  greater predominance of agriculture,  the Ontario-Quebec division is obviously one of exceptional variety in  basic pursuits. The value of the individual industries is as follows: Agriculture, $535,f)79,000. forestry, $170,-  514,000; fisheries, $4,947,000; trapping,  ?8,226,000; mining, ������76,247.000: ek-e-  tric poi-rei* $.61,914,000.  No other  form of primary Indus try  Meta! Products  In  Canada  Over  106   Million   Dollars   Invested   !n  Plant a**d  Equipment  T!-.-pt'o.?������'R.ins an actual investment  of more than 10& jnilliou <lollars ������n  plant and equipment,' SSo establishments in Canada manufacturing products-from metals other than iron and  steel in 1923. produced commodities  having a total selling value Ut excess  1 of $5. million dollars and a value added  by manufacturing of more than- -15  million dollars, according to  a report  ���������ii-ah-iei-.  :. The bulletin covers investigations,  particularly at Urandon, Manitoba;  Scott, Saskatchewan; and lethbridge,  Albert-!. .      -  Few.er Canadians Emigrating  of  Descendant     of     Louis     Phillipe     oi ; sharp Falling Off in the Number Going  France May Locate in Alberta j to t|{e   united  States  Southern Alberta is to havo .nnother! A sluiri> frtinng off in emigration of  addition to ils growing list, of litled j caiKidians to the United Slates during  ranchers, according lo report. The ^' m'0 ])aJ,.( yr.l)1( fts coniparod with the  Due th* Nemours, a-ih'Ht't-iiihuit ol'; ]>,.,-Vinua year, is noted Jn. 1h<j returns  Louis Pliillipe of France, it is *-;"iile������l, ��������� ol- lh��������� v^ departhiont: of labor. * In  is calling in April to visit I.ovrt and | rllis (,0)inPC,|nil Senator R������>ed, of lhe  I-ady   Rodney,  who   have  a   ranch   ai ycnUed State.'-, recently slatml Hint: mo  Fort   Saskatchewan. Aha.      It   is also , ano,:l ,���������w, Was'iiei>th-tl to apply lo  slated Ihal Hie iluhe e.vpeets lo acquire a ranch near ihat of ihe I'riiici'  of Walt's in the soul hern .area of lhe  province.  Alberta Cattle for the Orient  Another batch of Albi rla beef cattle,  fluvo .hundred bead in all, i:' exiieetetl  to leave Vancouver aliortly for the new  l,,arK'et  lit .litpaii.  Dominion in   view   of   Ihe  snuiilor  111-*  Jin  migration. lie said the net luniiigra-  tion from ('iiiiadn for iho laut. six  months ���������v.a-f (11,000. a.s against IDS.UOO  'he nei  inmijgrallon for 11.23.  Vancouver Grain Port  AdditioiivLl storage .fatalities lo care  lor "1,000,000 bushels of grain are, being provided, al No. 1 elevator at Vancouver this year, according to a slate-  meiil. made here by-R. K.Jleattie, harbor commissioner. ���������"* At. the beginning  of the shipping season, Vancouver";will  have     acco.iimodatioii     for     7,000,000  -. -���������?  bushels of grain, he said. .  A good wife it'-aus' a. ii'iiin heavenward, but a bad one driven liim elsewhere.  approaches agriculture in importance"'��������� iss,*K'<- b-v the Bei^inion bureau of sta!-  UTUie prairie provinces. Aside from | istios. The- manufacture of electrical  this induslrv, mining has made the | aPDaraUts and aippH.-s was the chh*.l"  most notable advance. The figures \ indusiry. having a value of more tliau  Agricnltura,  $-15*7,759,000;   i*������i-.--������- f-r'1 million dolhtrs.  are:  fores -4*'1  or  try,   $8,506,000;    fisheries.   $.1,..S 1,000; :    trapping,  J*-1,721,000;   iniiuug.  $r.l,3.Su.-, B-c- pirte ������<!*d For ^'"^"d  000;   electKlc power, .-"0,093.000. j     AniOftB    lhe    recent    .shipments  Leadership in British Columbia and ' ���������<*<.*���������*���������������"��������� h<ih> pine seed from the Donnn-  tlie Yukon belongs Io forest Indus- j 'on Covernment's vseed '-���������iractii.������  1rie.s. Mining also improves its Vela-j nhmt at Nexv Westmiiiasfer, B.C.. was  live position,- and fishing i-* lika-wi.--.- I one consigned to Finland, where au ai-  promitu-nt. .l-I.-n* i������loi?e agrtcuhure \ '^"pi will be made to propagate tliis  yields first rank. In fact, Priiish Col-; spocio of fort-st iree. Other lnrge  umbla draws its commc-reial su.-ien-1 Hhipr.u-ni.- have b<en made miring the  unco more equally from the .several . Pa**, two or three y������-ai*s lijnlnlj to the  jdiffeii-nt bjT.nc!u-H of primary. Jniltw- \ Krittsli Governrnt-n. foiv.siry eommis-  ���������try than clct s any oilier pioviuc.-*. . Ni'7itm ir^l.ondon.  main industry is oversliadowingly!  ���������  be seen by the foi--'     Thera*'   i.<   nothing   wrong   with   ih������-  lowing  I ont*.  dominant, a.s will  be seen by the  values:   AgrteuUure.   $:u;,0IS.-J ���������*���������������*���������������������-  ?,f  ������   u,un   v",uv   ^'tu^   ���������*   <���������**������  The su.pcef-s of a ch-irily hazaiir de-  i pends ou how much has been taken In  DANDRUPF  s  Minnrd's    eleanst  ���������s     Hie  seal]i,  opens  the  pores,  Htiuiulal  ���������s   the  roots  of ihe hair  to new  aotiv-  liy.  Rub     Minn  rd's     lt>t  ������     (lie  ���������-���������f'alp  four time-* ���������  t  week.  ���������and how many.  Good Price For Farm Land  Seven 1 y dollars an acre, lhe peal?  1 price In several years, was paid by a  j IU-lgiiui for" 11. quarter sect Ion of nn-  Improvix[ huiVl near Kdmonton. Pel-  , gUtns are buying couHlderablo farm  properly in ibis district. A nymllcale  from that country has puivhat.ed Ken-  neth' McLeod'-t 300-acre farm, t\lx  inile.s west of Kdinonton. for $20,000.  Silver Dlack Foxer. In Alberta \  Molt*   tb,in.1.000   -silver   blheU   lo*.e'.. !  are. domiciled on farm*. In the Calgary  area  and   rabbit**   from   .Southern   Al-  > bcrta. wlu'i't.  they tire,unusually plen-.  'Hl'ul   thin  year,  are  belrg   brought   in'  by the carload  lo feed  (belli.  _M    H_l W'  ala*W_M_H        _!*_i dT^BATtf*^ H GL  Relieved  Vou can relish your meals; without lent  ol upaettinsr your liver  or stomach if 'you will  put your faith in  1 r.*"N  . Vi'l'.-  ttt.aa     .jf.J    |at.'t  alien   Is  of  110  li.   <a]    inula,i.i  ��������� ���������aribly* use  .lalt  [CARTER'S  I TT TT_jLa.B__I  Oil   1  ���������������.  I m^^ m \mmm *P____!^^^  +Cnrtvr'm Llttl*-  l.fv������r   Pills.  Foul accumu-  lntion������  that  poison   the  blood are ex- ^  pe-lir-d from the howem and headnciie  -.tlaii-JJJCtttt ������lJJti   Satliajw  ttltill   ������re   ICliaSVCCl.  Small Pill     Suu-l! Dom ���������Sto.II Prie������i  000;   forrsl-iy,     ^,".2.0 IS.uOd;     tisheri*-  sfIS,840,000;   crapping, Sl.Cr.l.fniO:  iiiin-I"  ing, ���������**,:C5>.-I__;*.,00i.*������;   eh-ctriy    power.    $7,- ;  5������7,000. '  The indtvidiial tigure.-* fm* the Yukon  are:. Flt-dieties,  ���������'rlO.Ot'i';   irappitag.  $2.-:  025.000;   mining,     r?l.7S.',0u0;     .-tfetrU-  Ittnver, $ IIS,000.           - '������������������"  ���������  _. _ f  r  I Westerm Flour Goes to Russia  t Liberia ll-jaitr mills will rect i\e. dirt-ei .  ! beni'*li1, It I-" evpected, Irom lit-- large'  ] order placed by 'he Ku*"d:.n <:o\-������'tn-|  ��������� monl. with Canadian mills tot* mote J  ( tliiiu $12,000,000 worlli of Hour. Tht-,  ordet* Es 1.0 bt   filled b*>- tlie Mapl** I.'-af j  .tiiiiJitg (."i.*Haij.t i.-i j i.*., vrltji-h lia.-^ ;��������� .'J I la*. .������: ,  MedEcEne Hat. urul by the Wa'-i.-rn '  Canada Flout Mills Company, whi������h:  ban mill* at Culgury and I'M mom on.     \  -  Allenby Not Resiani������*a i  -A report, pnlillslietl in l.onilun to ilu-i  ttoft'eet   that:  Viscount   Allenby  l������:������������l   r<-- 1  "���������[.���������__,    ������     -, ���������"     "P"P " ''-     \< ' '".     C- ��������� ������������i' *��������� 'i    ��������� T. <���������>������������������- I  bu.sin  l^iirisliesljcibjr  io robust heolth  FflEE BABV BOOKS  WrStt-. law Tit*. Hortlarim Co.  Lianl tctJ. Mot-trejal, lor  two EU by "Well-re Moolt-..  a* _   ..  for I'.gypl, ii.-. decinr-i-d tu be uul'ouiuled.  W4  ���������  mmtmm  rnvtmmm  mssmssmmnrnmBK  'iwmmmmg:  jja-&**",'rirffff������,r.^a^ aa*-a*j-a-**a^  ���������t-HB  e������ESf ���������K  JUSflBW'  r  iRAHD  THEATRE  *0Ci***M ZUK.OK  AM0  .ISSSa, L.USKtf i>ro3Eit?  ZgneQrey's  -arm.  Ahtdhio Moreno  Helene Chadwick  l*Iie evening of Thursday, ./uae25th,  has been appropriated by the Presbyterian "Ladies*. Aid for tbeir usual ice*  cream and strawberry festival.  The plan   of  Chautauqua reserved  seats Is .-at  the   Fraser   bakery,   Get  yoisa-s early as there is a keen demand  -| and only ICO chairs will be available.  Chautauqua**' Bad Hablits botsSre  will be at 7.80 on Tuesday night at  "BSxhibitlon Park, and the children are  asked to. be on hand at" that hour  promptly, - ___  Haym ikers are reminded of the  annual meeting* of the Stockbreeders  Association on Saturday, May SSth, at  3 p.m. There should "be a big turnout  asT. P, McKenz.e, grazing commissioners es-pected. to be in attendance.  Every youngster who takes part in  fche costume parade on Saturday after*  nooru May 30tbs ivil! **et a. free' Ice  cream cone at Creston Drug & Book  Store, Geo. Kelly..making this generous offer in order to assure the parade  a banner turnout.  Anglican Church Ser .ices  SUNDAY, MAY   24.  CRESTON  7.80 p.m.  ���������������">__ A a_������  'WI~ta,#'4*a5"-������  mM0\g**4  l-ns&aj    %*-������!__.���������>  engineer. .architect,  surveyor  tR^lsteMtd]  ���������*Pj-_S_  V a*^������-ajj  .... m. .. M l/ X  re J  M/\&**���������J  If you want, to be thrilled and entertained royally,  here's your picture.   .Zane Grey's blood dialing  story of the Borderland, filmed ia gorgeous oat-  door  -settings,  rivalling   anything   yet   shown.  PRO������IHeiAL ElEOTMS ACT  Creston Electoral District  -KO-ICE Ss heraby given that 1 -**l*an, on  TUESDAY. SaJse 2St_ S>-&Y OF MAY, SBS5. hold  sst adjourned sitting of the resnlar Court of  Eeviaonimdel the above Act held at Nelson  this 18th day of May. 1925, which said adjprira-  f*d sitting -wfll be held at the Provincial Police  Office, Creston, between tho hours of 1 and 3  o'clock -Railroad Time) to the afternoon of the  da.y first above mentioned,  Dated at Kelson. B.C.. this 18th day of May,  1SS&.  J. fl ATtVNTKt^  Registrar of Voters. Creston Electoral  BOA R FORJ5ERVICE  "Well bred   grade   boas** service   $S.  A. A. J. Col.is (Alice Siding),. Ci-eston.  AT STUD AND TOR SALE  Imported Belgian Stallion. Season  mares, $15. Animal is for sale.  SSeCreatn's Livery Barn, Creston..  V. MAWSON  CBESTO^  Don *t forget, I have  my  Shop   Open  every Saturday,  8 a.mm to 10 p.m.  Wat kin's Products  it  Fishing Tackte  Columbia   and   Brunswick  Phonographs and Records  Ladies* and Gents' Hosiery  Pigs Fob Sale���������Seven week*- old,  $6.    G. Davie, Cany ont. -  For Rknt-���������Fi ve room house, nicely  located.    Apply F. R.r Jackson.  Fost. Sal,b���������McLaughlin Four and  Ford cars, going cheap. Gay Browell,  Cannon.  ViNEGAB-a-Cider vinegar in prime  shane, 50 cents a gallon. Alex. Mira-  belH, Creston.  Fotatobs For Sale���������About three  tons of good potatoes. John Arrow-  smith. Creston. 7  Oil Stove For " Sale���������Perfection  Oil burner, three holes, $12. Enquire  Bevseir Office.  R. It. Finlayson pulled out on Tuesday for Moyie, where he expects ������o be  employed in future.  Creston Dairy has inaugurated the  evening delivery of milk for theseason,  commencing on Tuesday.  For SAiaE���������Large drag saw, circular  saw and gasoline engine, almost new.  Dowd. Cannaday, Lister.  HORSES For SaxjK���������Team work  hoi-set., weight about 1400. lbs., going  ehc-ip.    H. Sparrov.*, Lister.  Mrs. Buinsey and childi en of Cran  brook were here for the weekend with  her mother, Mrs. At. Young.  Cow For Sale���������Grade Holatein.  freshened May 4th, and heavy milker,  $75,    D. Lean-month. Creaton.  1'ianforte music lessons given .at  Brickson, junior and intermediate  pupils solicited.   Mrs. G. W. Harrison.  For Sax._���������Two rolls poultry netting. $l.("-0 per roll. Also one barrel  spray puiup.    W. K. Brown, Creston.  Tomato Pi_ants���������The kind that  satisfy at $7.50 per 1000 plants. Also  a few grape vines at 6Qc. each. 8.  Pjiacusszo. Sirdar.  Piano For Sale���������Good as new,  must be sold and going at a bargain^  Terms to reliable party t H. S. McCreath, Creston.  R. B. Staples got back nn Friday  from Kelowena, where he had been  attending a conference of the independent fruit shippers of B.C.  Word from Invermere at the first  of the week is to the effect that Mrs*  Heath's health In not improving nnd  on Wednesday Mrs. F. C. Bodgera  left to be with her mother for a time.  u Fruit Growers, Attention I  We are offering you this-year a superior Box, an the  box end* are Pine and Spruce, and we supply one-  piece tope and bottoms, ante** otherwise specified.  PRICES UPON BEQUEST. Permit u������ to supply your Bo*c������mt.  W   1_V      aaaaaaBBa* hflHh   Utt   ^H*"*-*   ^m       ^t   ^ ^tt-     jm������  P.O. Bom 91.  JBtm        ^a^"������W*������.a������������a.la������!������;  mr_.i~  M,W_laa_l__���������I ���������t_f _���������  tL������CLa_Qta, I  It/JTf CkOAJ"    Vt f* I  /VJ__jajt_/!Y.j   Jtt.fU. I  MJWi*IWiWMII*i������*WI*l^^ 8  THE ANNUAL SIX-DAY  1 ^i  Wednesday,  Thursday,  Friday,  Saturday,   Monday, Tuesday  I  - A Well-Balanced and Varied  Program, Hrst-Ciass  Talent, Ent^^ning ^mmc^  On.the Programme of this the best Chautauqua yet brought to Creston are:  "THE il������IICADO^,*^& Oilbert & Sullivan  > ;   -Goaaic Opera. \.  The HOWARD RUSSELL Company���������^Al! Canadian trio  ���������v.".-:''-���������     in Scottish Revue, etc.  : *.v .-,���������*���������        '-y''~kAk: '   Axid'C^tssis^:  Tlte .BOYD CONGER  and miscellaneous programme.  ��������� "���������-������������������'.".   k ,*-  -'   k^ft������������������.     A .Ek K '��������� mm, -  ���������CDADDY LONG jL^GS/Vever-popular comedy,  fall of *  -    charm and romance.  **The SILENT SYSTEM,99 a domestm epmodfi. *  LECTURES  - " ���������-. / ��������� '    '   '  cayphere East Meets West," by Dr. Hurlbnrt, an Oriental  ��������� authority.  **Tke Four Cornerstone������ of Citizenship," by Mrs. Beyea,  British lecturer and travel authority.  **The Second Chance, or Lessons from Life," by Dr. -X. H. .  Rivers, one who has helped many to get it.  "The Fidler and the Fire,9' and "The Fourth Line of  Defence,'9 by judge Bale.     If you hear one you  -. will not miss the other.  "Canada9s  Contribution to   World Life,99 by Dr. G. W.  Kerby, Canadian educator. ,'  VARIETY  The McDONALD KIDDIES, in a new and bright program  guaranteed to drive away the blues.  The RAINBOW NOVELTY dOMPANY^iiatwhwt it  says: Something new in music, as well as oldtime- melodies.  A SUPERLATIVE PROGRAM FOR THE OLD PRICE  m\m. Students 11.50. CMIta  ADDED ATTRACTION  School Children's Fancy Dress Parade  SATURDAY Afieraooii, MAY 30tli, at 2 o'clock  Four Prizes in each school and  Four Grand Prizes.  i '  v  I  ^   '  Jt !*..<   -'^���������-���������aT J.a.._...  '-_. ^.^.^ai   ,Jj   _!_.'__    ajl'-V. M_1..e.*-I ^^. _fc ___-_���������___!__. _._____H,>J���������^-"-  *��������� *���������*���������*������ fcWLHf J������Vm-|rii������W HMftftltat *TJl***:* -


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