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Creston Review Jun 19, 1925

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 _______H  ^  jftrorincial Ldbr&rv  s_p_23  -rC-V.!".  TRVTTR  VcSu'-3EVH-~  a������->^W_*-i  CBEST0^B.C.;FM11A������^ JUSTE Id, 1925  _?o. 1$  Crestoi^s Usiited. :'*%.  Cbisrch Opesilsig  The United Church of Gandada waa  inaugurate at -Creaton, Under ���������aspl^  inus-aircumatances at .Creston.on Sunday evening, when the initial service  -wail held  at. the  Methodist Church  _w.3_.S_  _.   ..,.   .     ____. _.������_ ja_      . - ______-.������������?_ aL___aa     .a..^__  WIwu a. Biur4.wwt.fta.iHt>. <tatBcanu(-������av-9U".   *n������-r  bringing in    bf extra  seating.   an*S  music and  other tfxexcisea beStting  such a great obeasioh.  . The ssrvfee was Sr eSaasne of Rev. J.  Herdsuau.   who;  had., arrived  from  Anyox ihe Thursday,  previous and  whose only direct  references  to the  merging of theji ^esbyterien,. Methodist      and  "  Cbng-evgationaX     forces  throughout the Dominion  was in the  invocation -" when   he. . biiefly   but  appropriately -sited that divine said  ance be-gfveta so__ that in Oreston tbe  eld *-*-ss������ dencasinatioBis!   cn=opers&:e_  and   friendliness   might  continue   to  prevail.  The new pastor made a most favorable impression OB bis audience which  included -representatives * of all the  Protectant denomination's bf the town..  Bis address was on the parable of tbe  Good Shepherd -and in a talk that  lasted hardly snore than _" twenty  .sa_stutes1_fe very capably sketched ths  high lights of this always interesting  bible 3*s*-rati~e witb their every day  day application.  As yet there is no definite announce  ment as to how the United Church  will operate locally but as the-Heview  understands it the. intention is to liave  Hav. Mr. HertSroan take the service*  at Creston and Wynndel. -ahich will  he a self-supporting* circuit, whilst a  second man. who wilt be a Preshyttnv  i-m graduate, f^������G&^������&^jjfc,  Kitchener. C&nywn-and -Camp iSster.^'  ^police McLaren, were, he***** from  Creston on Wednesday, afternoon last  trying out the-.fishing at l-ask-ncck,  Sana was working out op -some of the  smaller sort before going after the HSO  pound sturgeon that has heen seen a  few times at ihe steel span.  Church of England service is  announced for Sunday evening at fche  schcolhousea-ttSO. '.- '   '-k  -j-  Mr.-and Mrs. Cam and Met-dames  Brown, Walthera and Loasby were all  Creston callers on Monday, the latter  party making the trip by auto with  G. SS. at the wheel who reports the  .roads in very fine shape.  Jas. Wilson has about four tons of  granite" bases and headstones ^for  erection at Creston  ������emstipry   at  the  The Sash &_ Dooss. Cbtbpany is again  running full b1a8t,!t^mwencin^<Hittingp  st the mill -tbWt  ������a������ #X..������������.a..  *!������.  m*������ v... m*0  va  ss-taf-s-j-    Bta    S*J������t-l  m.*.       fa *  mii*    <cn������a,������jmKruv  for loading tho heavy weights shipping-  is delayed until an extra gang it* avail  able-   . . -' -  Jas. Harinerino had to- be taken to  Nelson hospital on Saturday* While'  at work Friday" afternoon he suffered  an injury to his knee cap necessitating  hospital care. Jim Pascuzzo accompanying him.  Soma eamples of char as' heavy as 7  pounds are being taken at the steel  span, and on Friday Geo. Mawson and  Me|t Beam, who were .angling st tbat  point, landed a .sturgeon tbat weighed  in the neighteorbttod of SO pounds.  New outdoor grown 1925 potatoes  and turnips and sprrng chicken - frys  were an the menu at tbe Sunday-  dinner at Mrs. Jones" ranch at Kins-  kitaook, and certainly constitute a  Kootenay record fo? early  vega  fOtsh-sbe? asSai^S. Iss. "Sftih "successive defeat at ~tm&*^i~������fr the hands of  ->t������_k   af%M-t(iaVAm.^<-.S*>S.in. XM"   r    tt ���������__������_*���������?._���������������_  WW "*a-r*V3<7������f-c������������������  Bsas-t-c- -i--a    -q-������w������*-**���������^  visitors won"by a,scbtb^>f 5 to 12. The  gMtnus-wj.K mn������-M_*__ "tey^iaw -t������e������de_������������* tb  Ca.tr2iearjJim Dodds'_.������f? Creaton team  who had his leg, broken during the  play bf the fire tinning.-  Mining is tsausaaS^-" j active in this  area at present, the ' latest, visitor' m  this connection iwinjfx Mr. Irving- of  Trail, -who . is making" a thorough  examination of HSa������ Gibson claims. , -  coming and tne game stands, over for j  a week.  Alfalfa, cutting started sn this section a week ago, and the crop Ss a  feeaT?yone������ -Pun-aJngra-t* least two asd a  half tons to the acre.  14..    Misses Minnie and Rita Strong left  h*-*-_ th-s [ *t- t-fc* ead of the-week for "Wy-andel.  wawo $h&? are helping with the eJrSaV-"-  iSi<������b*e&  Dzetricfe engtaefrB^adaasay isexpeet^d  here this week to examlneroad repairs  and to arrange 7for. repairing..the  bridge at.Ouat.Ri-'er ynrbicfa has a best-.  siderableaag at erne ������nd due to the Tale  May fiboda.  ICatchenei parents aad .citizens gea=  eralty will be sorry to hear that the  school ������*aeher, Miss !t Jessie. McGregor,  has resigneda and the trustees are now  on the lookout for a successor. '  ' There was quite ja good turnout on  Saturday .for the wrestling match in  Hunt's Hall. The arrangement was  that Jepson was -to teke the purse if  he wafirable to throw Andtosofi! twice  in an -hour. The* former was even  better than Jepson expected as not  -even o_ae-������������_?l w^&ses&|&d isa the sissy  minutes tha*. men 'were on the suat.  Provincial police "siht^rpof Yahk acted  aa referes.   -y     ~" '<"-      ,    -  - "* "*"���������������*'  **        J -     _ *���������KJ *  CJ-bntiuental-Lnnabes* &  Pole" Company have men-&t~-a*b--i_.r*!_a_rmg their  berry harvest this season.  : Four pupils from Canyon school will  write on tbe Entrance to high school  examinations, which start at  Creston  at the firstf off the week.  - The unusual wet weather that has  prevailed the past ten days has did  little damage to the local strawberries,  and now the weather has cleared'up  shipping it. fairly heavy.  Installing Cost-  . -.' "a*"**''������������--.. ^  Fradiog  ���������Ji !*  **! ai  BBt^tfrnne*  ---ar -  Principal Hlneof the Sirdar, school^  was n.weekend visitor with friends at  Nolsnn, arriving,, house .on Su������������day.  The position he has taken for next  year ia a nice promotion, as he will be  vies* principal of the Central school at  Grand Forks.  8. F. Whiteside 1s taking a wMk'-a  vacation from duty on the yard engine,  and ������������������Dolly"'' Gray of Cranbrook  replaces him.  Tha monster sturgeon caught on  Jnoeoth hy mail clerk Mr. Cosman is  "-^ported to Huvsre- sold for ������9 cents a  pound, and was in ^greatt demarCd at  Medicine Hat.  fl. A. Speers, ulong with provincial  Ks������-Gj^^ja,0f JK-^o:^Ras "a- vMtor  ~r~ -j~������-.1..  ^Zm'    -a>*._a___? ������"������i-_r ^^ ' -  _.i    *_._.������"='���������  here a f&w days tm** latter part of tbe  week; a gu&t of Mrs.^.'*_t. Penson..  ' Mrs. 3asu Mak well got. a way on Friday for "Vaneou-veev where for tbe  present she wiltresi_e with   her' eon.  of  -*���������   which}  tioat  ilam, bridges a������d enads, all  wei^ .pretty bateSf^.^|-o^ lln- the  River:_SMs~|^_JEw-ttbyfifi'l. bf  At the epe-sd now .being made the mill  should be rtinning ��������� again   before*; the  end of June. .     '-        -'" **  -  illtiiriivtw  M'l-k SUM  oBfABill  4*nl*|-a*.i-kla--  I lB,aV*T* * .Bllai.  m\\\ tu^vk  , ailHE  KEGOIUAJtt. PBICES  ^Soxa Hickey of Canyosn has  taken ������ year "lease on the ranch.  Dick.,Hal! is working-at Creston at  present, where be is on the C.P.R.  staff as telegraph messenger.  Eriekson baseball team will stack up  against CreBton at Exhibition Park  tonight, with Watson and Boffey  booked to do. the baittery work.  -The real summer weather that has  prevailed since Monday morning is  bringing .along the crops in great  shape, and on many of the ranches  alfalfa cutting is already in foil swing.  Five Eiickson pupils will try their  fortunes at the Eotrance to High  School esnniinatSbrta which will be  held at Creston for  three  days  com-  Jji������="C������iij^ On   *rw acaJt������*?3������atij-.  Eriektson is lookin g for n lot of r isit-  orson Dominion Day. when Christ  Ch urch Junior Gu|lci have their annual  garden fete at the W. H. Kemp ranch  CjMr, - and ; Mrs. HerJc of Yahk*  accompanied by the luUor'o sister,  wero werkeui* guests of Mr. and Mrs.*"  E. Wr "-.lingensmith.  The last apple movement of the 1024  crop was .registered on Friday' when  tlie W. J. TruBcott ranch whipped  about twoi dozen bbxea of J>alicious,  which were In remarkably fine shape  for so late its the new; year.;- Never'in  the Valley's history has fruit of this  kind moved so lute after harvest,  J.im Dodds is ta'king an enforced  vacation that-wilt probably continue-  for the , next two miontiiB. Wbiisfc  playing bttsebalt at * Kitchener on  Sundaty he had bio left leg broken a  few Inches above tbe ankle when an  op|>oialiiag player -..brtiijuSied... iOtto him'In  an attempt tb score from third base.  Jim was given local llrst aid and then  placed on the traloi and brought bacfc -  to ������Dm"tiUsu vviaero ttrac'i.. and . _t_ retcher  were waiting to cbhvby him home.  Dr. Burtiett uccompanyipg liim and  betting the Injured leg, which is doing  as well us could lie bxpeoted, although  tho break 'la> bud oub.  :,  I���������^-a. ..^"....j_...L���������...T|..r       ...|f|...j    ]|...Tr.|||-..t     T  P. Burnn ilk Co. hUaVw purchased the  Ifnljjhfa e'riNtirn'etiw.i-Ml'r V**-**it-i'oittiB -attiiaWl will  add an ice cream making plant* They  cu*e also olSerlng to buy the creameries  at Armstrong and Salmon Arm.  The eacaot ooet   off   prodaoins  ������  bos of -appSes or psars, or s erata cf  QjK������jat������E-KaMavoat ������U������   fcrtTOttfcjMMB^       Afid       0,11  other lines of traits, partioularly,  is sbos-tly to be -aifcabliehed as for  Creston Valley with the arrival  hereon Thnrsday last off 6. A.  Harris,'who oomes in the interest  tabs Sstisssioss Dsi^rt_s_nt of the  University of Britaish 'Colombia, to  introdnee a cost ������t������_ins system on  -������f-   l&An-aV "att'tf^W     *TT-������_"|!__���������*���������-   ������wt_**#k%-!������_������������������   ���������___-_������������-%}-  ������������V J--.7*at-c->V uav^1 w ���������wAavjr a-**MN������-*J^w������- **v a-aa-^a^^  _? ������_������^_r^___aSL__^1,������*- ^������������������*������-     " atuunlj^      avka-KSa  the dei'ta-rtment to anxioance firbsa  year to year what has heen the  average cost for the Valley of pro-  ������-).������.������_������**--> ������*���������***������_������_-: -atrrut-*!   ������r*t������������v<Bff"-Bii-lAD  The Farm Account Book supplied  fay the SNHniarion department of  a������5rieultiiti-a will do admirably for '  keeping track of receipts and  e-epeudittarea, and this week Mr.  Harris, in company with C Bv  Twiggls making a visifc to th*  gruwere getting- the work under  way,  like individual ranchers will have  to* make an inventory of their  equipment and acreage under ottltS*-  ���������ration in order that Use ^Werhead"' -  suay be acearately ascertsm������-, and  at the end of each year the sheets  Jfas. Ounc.t-3 returced to the flume I ������o into the TTniversity  for tabula-  camp at Klockinann on Monday, "after [ taon   and "eaoh   rancher   will   be  spending about  three  weeks  at  ranch bere^ "*    ."7 * _   .-r,.^.  Mrs; Fred "^wietr^abd awn,gdt back  on Monday tra'at a three   weeks*   visit  with relativesand friends in Nelson. -  Sam Whittakerof Nelson is a visits  or her������th5s week, the guest of Bert  Hobden at the ranch near Forihiii.  Mrs. FHmer and daughter, along  with Mrs. Alexander, left on Saturday  forNanaimo, where they are to reside  in future, Mr. Fslmer having taken*  position there. They will certainly be  .missed from' Canyon as they were good  nighbors and progressive citizens.  .., Alice Siding well ..deserves the big  egg honors on the performance of the  Ostendorf Minorca as recorded last  week, but when it comes to the production of modest hen fruit a Leghorn  belonging to J. W. Wood has scste  claim to fame, with a showing last  week of a sample weighing less than  half an ounce, measuring 25. inches in  circumference, and 213-16 inches  srousdj.be ends.  The wet weather  that prevailed as:  Saturday    evening    kept "down   the  attendance atthe Ladies' Aid Icecreum  and strawberry social, and tht? affair  was not  the  moneymaker of  other  years.-.-'.  Mra. Guy Browell waa a visitor with  Nelson friends over the weekend,  -returning on Monday. Guy is now  employed in to**; city iand tha family  may remove there to reside for the  present, at-least.  Ilobex-t Burns has just taken delivery  of a lOSS model light delivery ."Fordt  which he purchased at the Bevan  garage at Oreston.  '   ������ __*__ ji���������_'__ iu���������___���������%������ _u.._ *..__ _i .._  -   juaajaaacc ja.utt'a   ������aaa,DTivi������������a������ u.iau uiliuvu ������|#  on Saturday for a rvtovn game with  the Eriekoon j uniors, bnt the uncertain  weather   prevented   tbe"  hitter  ffi-om  81381 advised aa to how costs workout ia  ihif.^ptarjtaeidar* caset as *we_i*aa whati  .has-been determined as the ������vei*__*e  production cost for the whole area  __t the end off etreiy fonr yeaw7 a  bulletin' willy be isseed _howin^  what the a-versiee ooste Itavo been  over the four year period;  JIC������. \aa*H"������ffl.HHl - *SUnSiC&'  .[['Sttmmmlw^  Under  the   auspices of  the  v J?reabyterian Ladies' Aid.  MJJSa (Dr.) HE^D.^KS^K'S'  Mi.s Ruby Lister, who is on the  nursing staff of the- Cranbrook hospital, arrived on Monday for a few "weeks*  vacation.  Rev. Mr. Herdraan Is expected on  Sunday morning to inaugurate his  pastorate of the "Doited Church;  Mr. Demohuk Is the first to commence haymaking. He is busy with  the cutting of the* red clover on the  Phillips ranch. All hay crops promise  well this year.  Lister junior baseball club journeyed  to Canyon on Saturday for a return  game with B*1ckson, but due to  uncertain weather the latter team was  Bet wta hand for the contest.  y.Gol. Lister got hoick at the end of  the week from'n visit to points at the  other end of the riding, where he  addressed a conple of meetings, in  company with W.K. Esling, the  federal Conservative candidate.  Tlie Malfchotu-e, Baker, Bird and  Finlay ranches nre all on the straw*  berry sblping list this week.  'Miss. BV'Dlttimoek, 'with 'her uncle  and it Mr. Cordener of Walla Walls,  Wasb., were Sunday viBltora with Mrv  and Mrs. Jory. en rotite to Drumhell-  er. Alberta. Miss Dimmock will be  back at the end bf the month for a  more extended stay. '  . Mr. Bheppard, who is In charge, of  bee Inspection work in the Kootenay,  was uvrv fk-oitii- "���������"*"__.. SatUbio..' wtiol:, iui*3  spent a day looking over *XJ3������ter  ap&iries.  Helmo Brothers have    this    week  completed an extensive job of fencing;  o^Jhelr farm here, the whole flfiO'&cwes  now being enelosed by a suitable wire  fence. ������������������_'"  "nka������������   aw������������������_a_5  ._��������� aiai.ar   mm^jimmm.  Inme  SS  for sometime past in the Okfenagam  as well as on the Xaland and has  been very kindly taken to by those  approached, and- the advisability of  undertaking iii at Cresiscn was  forcibly impressed on Dean dements on tbe occasion of his visit  here the iatter part of March.  , Pentieton orchardists are lookhagr  forward for the best apple crop in tha  district's history. There w3B be -very  tow apricots, peaches and pears.  Too-Go<Mi������to-MU9  1^  G to 9.30 p.m.  EVEMBwysr  WKLCOMEl,.'  Cranbrook has booked ChaiBtautiua  forlOlM. This year's deficit will bo  about Iffi to each guarantor.  There itt great rejoicing at Knulo.  The public works departmen| Is balling  for the building of the Alnswortlu-  Quoens Bay road, which  glveo  Kaslo  ntatV". *������N-i|!niii-|fi*)������-,t������ii|������i)- WItlfl  JMf-",l'*������0*-"    l*������"-������"ll    "tall  tlie oiLtslde world, -he road w til cost  probably "?iOO,������0GO a������id will .ba _Snlili������������l  in Ootcber.  Graid Thsalre Ballrooo  AIIKW'Tflll  6RESTDli  Wedej June 24  BANCii^ at ft p.m.  '/i_.w%������������k_<-*_ea i^_nii3_^iniiy['  *mW^^ _M'ifP*TSj wjI?^*)!*^-^ wmmr^^^tmwr mj-^^^Sfm^^m���������^iW flL^^  ^^JrJBm^h^mtmTmm J������3E*JB&(^* ' J&' w_������^Bu_b*tn->' tJ^to  EOcUOICav  will   play   all   tho   iMtoat  Banoe Hifcii.  4a*at^������  ,*><���������  ���������".fat.  ubhis di.   uhibs aue.  ������WM������IMnttMvmh^^  ������km_������_*ai<M_ IHVmUfilm,  ,^mrtM*a.wn. I.HH1. #atWWW^n<HWa������ i*i*at������lWW<Ml^>>*aW*art������ _^MI^%������������1*l*^Mla*S1^^  tw������f^tytmm.i *Vw*W*wVw^^*rVi^tw*mw1fJ^mi^^mm1m i.TCT^"-rr^g^������;CT������ntaJiaa^adaisM--w������.-^  nr  THE    REVIEW,    CRESTOX,  c.  A tea yoiar grocer recommends is  usually good tea  And most grocers recommend it.  62  Taxation and Obligations  I distent .demands continue to be made in many quarters upon the "Dominion Government to follow certain financial and economic policies "which maybe briefly summed up under the following headings:  1. Reduce the Income Tax.  2:''Reduce the tariff.  3. Reduce railway freight rates.  4. Reduce* ocean  freight rates.  5. Reduce all national expenditures.  G. Lower the rate,of letter postage.  7. Commence (.paying off the national debt.  Equally insistent demands are made upon the Government at Ottawa to:  H. Provide more employment.  2. Develop natural resources.  3. Increase immigration to promote  such development.  4i Construct great public works.  5. Build the Hudson Bay Railway and various branch line*s.  6. Develop the St. Lawrence canals and.power schemes.  7. Increase the tariff! to encourage home industries and increase employment.'  Inasmuch as one set oC demands is, in manj-r respects, destructive of the  olhe-r set, it is at once apparent that: the Finance Minister has a real problem  on his hands in endeavoring to steer a straight course for the ship of state.  Me cannot please all and.it would "be worse than useless to make the attempt."  At the same time it must be recognized, and it is generally rcognizedj that  Canada cannot go oh indefinitely without making a serious attempt to pay off  its huge national-debt which now rests like the dead weight Of a -wet blanket  on the country, depressing industry, creating unemployment, and retarding  development. With the exception of the demand for the reduction of the  tariff, in regard to which there- is a sharp difference of Opinion, people as a  whole would welcome and support all the demands enumerated in the first list  mentioned above.. - '���������'���������������������������������������������'."���������������������������  But how is taxation to be reduced in any effective degree arid at the same  time substantial payments" made on account of the national debt? How are  freight rates to be lowered and at the same time the deficit on the National  Railways wiped out How can national expenditures be' substantially decreased and at the same time policies inaugurated for the development of  natural resources, the construction of railways and other public works, and  work created so as to do away with unemployment?  When  urging  reductions in   taxation   it   must  always   be   born  in  mind  that to meet interest charges on  our war debt "Canada requires to  raise a;  larger sum annually than the whole budget of the Dominion not so very many ���������  years ago.      In addition many  other millions are required  annually to pay '  pensions   and   otherwise   provide   for.   disabled   soldiers.       Costs   of'govera-  merit. like the cost of everything .else, ij5 greater-today than was the case ten  years ago.        ' "' ,   ... ,-..,������������������-������������������,  Nevertheless, the picture is not as dark as it may at first glance appear. ,  While Canadar's-import trade lufs fallen in the last year or two,, with a con.se- j  i-iienl. marked decline in Customs revenues, the export trade of the Dominion  i.H steadily and even iapid.ly rising, wliich means that.we are buying more "at  home and selling more abroad. ; In other words, Canatla is becoming a  more sV-lf-contained and self-supporting country, and this makes for national  strength'and future- wealth and prosperity.  t'aquestionably there are still'maiiy ways in which national expenditures  t-uii be reduced through the consolidation of government services, witli con-  s-Miu--nt elimination of overlapping and .duplication of services and much  waste. The Civ-it Strvice at Ottawa.is. admittedly over-manned. In tackling ]  this problem ilu.. Federal authorities may well take a leaf from the economy  btiol- of the Coolidge Administration at Washington. .  The main lesson for rhe people of Canada to learn, however, is that for  tin-' lint- bf-ing they must forego those additional public works and services  which:can only b-_ provided through large public expenditures. True, such  eoiiriiructiva*! enterprises would provide temporary employment, bnt it would  l������t. only temporary, while the new debt thus created would not only defer the  day in ilt-bi .r������.duct.ion, but. -would increase tlie present high weight of that  -_t-'_>. !Money should only be expended on re-venue producing services which  will t-arry their own ir.-i*i"������*st charges and add .something to the general  tvv .-rut������- an������S  advanet-'mr-m  of the  country.  Tiit-i-*- is jir-'-tl for economy everywhere, but. Iheir- is -h I ill greater need for  har-E work on th-- pan of e-t.-h ind.vidiutl ���������eiilv.en, 3jrr_ductivo work, work that  will r-^3UJt In still further increasing the export trade of the Dominion and  -provide ineicaaing traffic for oijv railways. Instead of holding out for the last.  foliar to.-profit:*-" and wages. Canadian manufacturer and workingman must  ha. willing.ii) accept a' lirt.li- lr>������_- and givr* a full day's output in service nnd  work. Only liy so doing will conditions bf* developed which will mean more  wtiiic, better pay, iv-rmstiK-ni dev lop ment. and ability to carry and discharge  amii' mi! iuna! obligation,--.  Spanish  Women   Seek  Education  Work Much More Brilliant Than That  Of Men  Spanish -y^m^a^^"k\\\^it: Bioyfiy?: are  seeking higher eaucatiQH. "During*i.tli^"  academic-y'etiij that endtd in -1923 there,  were 363! "female "students at* the institution as -agaijist'60 in 1917-. -  Pharmacy attracted 128 " women,  philosophy 1(^5, science 78, medicine  46, and the law 6. They are good  students, and their work is much more  brilliant than that bf the men, according to the university authorities.  a-a-r.1 /! Mr*\j_r*������   r^VETC--'  a-/i/--_mio-j-_i_*   uiup  f\r\t  r>Tm    -a-t UMAri     *ir*-tat \  ' Beautiful home  dyeing and tinting is guaranteed  with Diamond  Dyes. Just dip  in cold water to  tint soft, delicate  ���������shades, or boil to  dye rich, permanent colors* Eaoh 15-cent pa.cka.ge  contains 'd'ife.cfidss so simpie any vro-  nian can dye or tint lingerie, silks,  ribbons, skirts, waists, dresses, coats,  stockings, sweaters, draperies, coverings, hangings, everything new.  Buy "Diamond Dyes"���������no other kind  ������������������and tell --(our druggist whether the  material.you wish to color is wool or  silk, or .whether it is linen, cotton, or  mixed goods.   "^".-. .-���������'*  Saskatchewan Golf Tourney  The Moose Jaw Golf Club executive  has recommended to the provincial association tlie holding of the proyinicial  tournament at Moose Jaw in the week  of August 10,* and that PR. Nason,  of Moose Jaw.'be-the tournament secretary. ;v .  UNSURPASSED FOR  CHILDHOOD ALMENTS  Mrs. Howard King, R.R. No. 5,  Truro.K.S., says;���������"I am tlie mother  of four children and haa*e .always used  Baby's Own Tablets when- any of  them needed a medicine, and I can recommend the Tablets as being unsurpassed for childhood ailments." Thousands of other mothers agree with  Mrs. King as to the merits of the* Tablets. . There.are...thousands,.of homes  throughout Canada, where the Tablets  are* always kept on hand in readiness  for the least sign cf any of the minor  ailments which :afflict littie ones..  "Baby's-^ Own Tablets;nevew fail to reg-'  ulate": the stomach* and- -bowels, thus  they banish constipation: and indigestion" break up colds and simple fev-  era; relieve colic and bring the baby  through that dreaded teething period  in safety. The Tablets, never do  harni���������-always good���������as they are guaranteed absolutely fre_ from ahy^-injurious drugs. They are sold by  medicine dealers or by mail at 25 cents  a box from The pr. Williams, Medlcin.e  Co., Brockville, Ont.  Soviet  "Prosperity"  Complete Control of Home  Market Is  Ruining Russia  \ -"*���������������A&e qautevitqh  (a:-Russian econ-  -oiflic-'exoerlh _-efug.ee in-Paris')   basin-r  Jbimsei_.up.6x_ official figures published  In Russia,"shows" tli'atthe total output  of Potssian- industry under the Soviet  .Government is but 20 per cent, oi" the  pre-war figure.    . The  wages paid by  the state aret at a miserable level, and  in some cases are* months- in arrears,  while food prices are more than three  times .what they were ten years ago,  and  rising steadily.     -Suck****'are    the  triumphs-of nationalization in a country" where it has enjoyed the advantage  of complete control of the home market and of physical compulsion of the  workers to labor vviLhout intermission  and foi* wretched pay.      Such are the  natural results oi* doing away with the  spirit of private  enterprise in industry.���������London Daily Teiegraplu  Alberta Municipalities  Finances in Sound  Condition According to Government Report  Sixty-eight, municipalities in Alberta  duringyl&2t were able to finance theii-  ftperations during the whote of that  year - without a cent of . borrowed  money, according to the annual report  of the provincial department of municipal affairs. Out of the total of 169  municipalities in the province, orily  elght have outstanding debenture indebtedness. Of the "101 districts  which had to borrow money for current year's expenses, all but 29 repaid  the borrowings for the year. The  districts have met aii the debenture'  payn'fents falling due in 1924.  You Have to Know How  A. Manitoba farmer bought 22 head  of feeder steers ten months ago. He  sold them the- other day after spending $25 per'head on feed;, at a net profit of ?28 per* head. The farmer who  doesn't know how will say this was a  case of hie"-:. The truth probably is  that the Manitoba farmer won out Iri  a bad cattle year he-cause he knew hoi-*  to buy in the first place, and ho-\*r-to  feed, and finish cattle in! the second  place.. Not every farmer does.���������Calgary'Herald. .       ::;;"';   y.-"-. .'��������� "V' ''"'"yy:-.  AA'y^A:Akx+'-������0-R--^A^yXJ,pX.  H_Ab^HEveiLrOU5HE!SS  !77?!7<^sr-*:^^  WkKitiUM$WW������MkAA  k0mAAk&(ME^:AkkkA:A  Dead Germans Found  In Scuttled  Destroyer  .  m' ������������������ i   ���������alaaaa*  Officers-a"d Sailors Evidently Not  Warnejd When Fleet Was Sunk  "vV"orkffie*Ti engaged in breaking ���������up  the scuttled German destroyer, beached in Mill Bay, Scapa Flow, have discovered under the mass of wood,  whieh completely concealed them, the  bodies of five German officers and  sailors. They' evidently -were not  warned at the time the fleet was su^k  by the German crews.  Claim Medical Discovery  Dr. Martha Jones, research associate of the department- of pediatrics  at'the University of California Medical  School, claims the discovery of a cure  for rickets. It consists of giving hydrochloric acid in small atnounts tn  a patient's milk"*- The discovery re:  suited from finding that acid reduced the nuiludy iu puppies. ,  The Oil for the Farmer.-^-A bottle of  Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil in the farm  house will save many a journey for the  doctor. It is not only good for" the  cliildre-n when- taken with colds and  croup, and for the mature who suffer  from pains and... aches, but there are  directions for its use on sick cattle.  'iTJiere shou.d always he a bottle of it  in:J,he house. .   > .--,,;-  Nothing Else Builds   '  Him Up So Much  ���������������������������a* ��������� ���������  ��������� ���������       I'���������a)  So   Says  Mr.  Allan  McMullin of  Dodd's   Kidney  Pills  Nova Scotia Man Was Unable to Move  in His Bed, But Dodd's Kidney Pills  Brought Hint Relief. "  . Upper Grand Mira, N.S.���������(Special).  ���������-'1 am more than thankful to Dodd's  Kidney. Pills, because thev have helped me somudi," states Mr. McMullin;  a well known and highly respected  resident of this place. "I know I  ctfciild not li >e without them. Bei^ra  I started takiug Dodd's Kidney Pilis I  was so. bad-J could^not move in my  bed. I was suffering with rheumatism, lumbago end pains in my back.  I could notrest day or night. I had  to turn myself in bed with. strapsY  After the first box of Dodd's Kidney  -pills I n'otice-cr a great improvement. .1  am sorry i Hd not start taking them  ten years ago. I will never be S^itii-.  out them if I can get them: I cau--  not find anything which builds me up  so much." ;.;���������'.���������-������������������-.��������� 7'.-.-  It is statements like the above that ;  have    made    !Dodd's    Kidney Pills  a  .household i^medy'throughout Canada;  ".- 7- X^-  yA^AXjj.    yX   V:---.-v|..-   .-. :.^rxt:   .���������;���������,.._--  Reaps Good Returns  <-���������  J. H. Anderson, a..farm������a" niear Ma-  grath, Alberta, reports that his income  from a forty-acre field of wheat in the  1D24 season was $2,000, or $50 an acre:  Youthful Farmers In Alberta  Sixty British' boys "who have?" been  learning farming1 at 'the Vermilion agricultural school, have been sent but  to various farms in Alberta for practical experience.  Minard's Liniment for Colds  Twentyrsix per cent, of the gainful  workers in Philadelphia in 1920 were  women.  J  With 'so-'.-thorough a preparation at  hand as. Miller's "Worm Powders the  "mother who allows her! children to syifr-  fer from the ravages of worms, is unwise "arid culpabl^ careless. ' A child  subjected to the attacks of worhis ls:  alvirays unhealthy, and will be stunted  in its growth. It'Is a merciful act to  rid it of these destructive parasites,  especially when, lt can be done without difficulty.- .    7  ,.,... Love and Not Fear  The Bisliop of London says'-that it  would'be ala.nosf coxaic now-to hear a  sermon about hell,'Which means  that 1he basis of religion is at last "be-'  Ing'interpreted as love and not fear.-���������  Cry f������r  C'lstona is especia!ly prepared  to relieve fnfants in .arms- and  Chilt-lrcn nil apes'of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic  :.nd Diarrhea; allaying Iieverislinet'!" arising (herefrom, and, by  reffulatinjc*   lhe   Stomach   and   _iJo\ve1>,  aitln   the   assiinUutiou   of  t:  ,������������������������������������(.     rr" ,. 1,. <.     t    -. ..1i t   , ,     .,,-���������<     .    .  i . a ,-- t        ������.,....,.  '"-���������'>    O **'''{>      ',M"l"j       tllUjt     ������.aa>t.t,a i .mi     ,'ia.t^.  ^^//M/c^A  '!,. .ivuiii iinit.-ittoil!-, .ilw.'ays look tor the .���������sinrutur-* of   <^*.**&/)F7-������i&Z(^tAA  illiMiliitely lf,'irrnlt*.-!, - No f>i>i..*i\.r%.    Physiciutii everywhere recommend it.  |     The    eas;?    with    which* corns  and  , warts can  be removed by  ITolloway's  Corn Rr.mover* Is its strongest vecom-  i niendation.      11: seldom Tall a.  , Many  Canadians Return  Comhtg Baack From the United States  In Large Numbers  Immigration to Canada, during February, umounU'd to 2;2ilO,,:uii inereuse  of 20:* over the previous* month,:- according to'-'a aihlemenlyisaued by the.  deiiai'ttne.nt, of Immlgra|iot*. and colon-  i/.iil.ioii. Of tin.! I'Vbruiuy aiilviils, 512  were Jlrll.lrih, SOD from the United  Htn,foH and Kt's from other - countrh������������,.  Canadians returning Irom the States  til'tfi- having bt't-ii In (hat country for  hIx mom lis or over, and declaring their  Intention of renuilniiig In Canada iirr-  nianenlly, 'olaUed _:,(il2. Since Ihe  bi-Ktunin*. ui tin- iiMiU year she iium-  ber. of tiu-'h returning Caiutilliui.s lu  4 1.0 I I.  J.-ipo Stop Work ;'  ,la|t;in   liu.-t  sHMjieudi tl   I Im*  vvoik   bo-  gun   on   lint  ������������������h'cii'iUiiillou     of    about j  I in    miles   ������ii '-ovei n'meiit owned ntil-j  Wll" s. I  (���������"or Sorts Fafet ��������� Min-ird's Linlmenl: '  Proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians;for:.  Rheumatism   Colds  M I  Headache Pain  Neuralgia  Lumbago  Toothache  Neuritis  C""^   - ��������� *jQ^    ^** Accept   only   ������������������Bayer"   pack age  ^%l /Tf Jmrjy0^.      which contains proven directions.  mm%* Wm    Wmmmi^mm^M ^^"^^  !  ������e*r������ t,.,,,tV'  ������*4A    f   Am]  _S .     N.     17     1571  1 .������.,..���������.,      A������      lOa      |.���������l.t���������#.  4.Aiaaiath v .a**f't..t Uia... u      -������-.       ..a������^      a.**,>a^.^^..  Alao bivttl������a*of 21 nnd IDO���������DrnRglstt.  A*ptrti-i in tht* Jr������.l������������ niaarlc <rfi.Ui--N-i1 In 0������it������il������) *>r llajfr M*irv.Mi-iair^ "f JlonojcrMr-  ���������cltlfialtT .if ������������IK*jUt*iiflil (Aci-lyl MallcyUt* Atltl, "A. M. A.*"). Will ������ It l������ ������vll fctjtjWH,  Oiat Anptrlu lucaiu ll������.ver manufactttit'. t>������ jiatilat Hit*- |-������tt>Jtt! aitalii'tl. lin'talUm-i, tlie 3.*"h,*-l.1  ������f  llaj-er CV"fti:>au7   will   Ih aituwpca  wlLU   lUclr ������eW-r*\   traili-  inai-V,   (lit-   '-Hayt-r Orma."  -y  -���������!  tWIflm  HI  B  mSi 's^mm^S^$^000
THE    RKVTEW:    CRESTON.    B.    C.
uote ^Numerous Ceases Of
Farmers: Returning To Canada
"Now Convalescent
jo.    Jfc-.aw *-������*-..
! aah _��
c    1
i3t a.tes
*:Additional examples of farmers
turning to. Canada from the
States, for- tlte reason that the Do-
ijiinion offers better opporlunities for
success, are quoted by the department
ot* immigration and colonization
Within the past few weeks ^Jie agent
of the department .at Detroit has reported the  following instances:
Alberta,    for
farm  he grew
stead��-d at Claresholm,
���seven years. On his
foity io fifty bubhels of wheat to the
acre and about eighty bushels of .oats.
In J912 he sold out for over $12,000 in
cash, which was made out of a quarter section in seven years. The following year he went to "Montana, to
Teton County, where he homesleaded
kArthur Syr-venson, an Englishman, i one quarter section aud bought an-
yrhh his wile and family, of Vpsil- j oilier half section jpad put iu from 400
ahti, Michigan, farmed nearly. 11 years | to 500 acres in grain every year. "1-
Bt Luseland," Saskatchewan. - A few j liave given Montana a fair trial for
lxiont'hs ago Mr. .Stevenson" went to j farming," he .said, "I have made it
the {"States with-the" idea* that he could j through the dry years and bad crops,
iliako more money  there,  but he  has i but lost everything I had."       He has
now rented a place at Speers, Saskatchewan, to eommftica farming there
over again as he says he has learned
from experience it is hard to beat the
opportunities    which    lie in  Western
been disappointed in  this respect. He
ahd his  family are now satisfied that
"farming is the best and most profitable
life,   and   are   returning   to   Laiiseland
Where they will farm again.      Stevenson came to Canada from England J8J Canada.
rears, ago. .,   , ' ' In .1902, Mr. JohnC Brown, now of
'.A. Walter MacDonflldyof TWroit, a a?."- ��Great Falls  Montana, went to Alberia-
tive of the   United  Slates,   farmed ln
.Saskatchewan for seven years.    About
a*;3'ear ago he sold out and we-nf back
ato the States where he,, has -heen
working in factories. "lam tired*oC
the factories and-want to get back'oh
my own," said Mr. MacDonald, who is
leaving to-take'up land in Alberta.
F. W, Grc-ig went to the United
States four years ago after farming
with his father at Prince Albert.
Sask."    He  failed to. find - the attrac-
'the factories where he worked, and
h-SK made arrangement to return with
fiis wife and'two daughters to take up
a. farm near relatives in ihe Prince Albert district.
cf Willis Mitchell, a native son of On-
'fario, went io the States seven year.-*
sigo, but has not found condlLion,*-
-Xhere to his liking, so he* if? gQing_to
.'farm.       He     is     joining     friends  . at
He took up farming at Riball, hi the
Cardstbn district. He had good "crops
every year during the period he lived
there^ He found the soil very fen iie,
the* climate very healthy,--the law ot
the best,- and the schools good. .lie
has <geen 62 bushels of No. L Northern per acre. He has had 40 bushels
of No. 1 Northern, per acre by just
stubbling it in. Mr. Brown sold our
in 1918 and went to Great Palls, Montana.      He has now decided fo return
of New Zealand, who is reported to be
recovering from his recent critical
illness. - '
Garnet  Wheat
Goveiring Of  \^estert_ Provinces
^    \Vitli A. Forest- Growtk Ise
A. Possibility Of   Ihe future
A little group of- Aspen Poplars  in
;'a field or by the roadside, by the railway   track   or' on   the   open   prairie;
where did they, come from?     How did
they  get  here  and   why?      They  arei
Livestock Market Situation
Increased Shipments Indicate a Better
Condetton  of Trade
The. monthly review ior February of
live opportunities that he expected in **to Canada as he considers il   the best
farming country at all odds.
Use  of the Packer
May Possibly Replace Famous Marquis
Wheat in the Near Future
"The    production    of Garnet wlieat
may  possibly in   the  near  future,  replace the famous  Marquis wheat," L.
H.   Newman,  Dominion   cerealisf,   ex-
���perimental farms, told the agricultural
committee of the House ol Commons
recently.     Its capabilities of high production in seasons of drought, and to
ripen earlier than the Marquis, even in
wet weather, thereby escaping the possibilities  of rust  and  frost,  are valuable factors in its favor.      It was hoped that   the �� rowing of Garnet wlieat
would extend the wheat-growing area
i many miles further north.
only about two to three feet high and [ the livestock market by the Dominion
most assuredly they were not there f livestock "branch showed an increased
three or four years ago. What is its [volume of through billing, indicating a
purpose and history? ^better "condition of trade between the
, Its purpose is mighty significant for:; east and west now as compared wiih
it is no less than the covering of the | the same period of last year,
whole prairie with    a    dense-    forest. L   The     eorriparative    standing of our
What!       That little patch a  few  feet j overseas   export  trade is   strongly
acros's    cover    hundred?    of miles of   faV0i- 5/p far in this year** uu?iu.._".
prairie?      Absurd: I would appear that all available ocean
No,  not absurd,  for a similar little   space is being well taken care of and
patch   together  with, thousands   more j every boat should
like it  have already treed  over  hun-"
drtds of miles that were entirely bare
carry its maximum
number.  - -
A feature of the market was the de-
.prairie when the settlers came to the j velopment of^a keen demand for good
country and looked to them as if the j feeder cattle "on both domestic and ex-
last  thing you    would
there would be trees.
Common sorts of stores
In   Land
.Grand Prairie, who are doing well, and
3*1 e intends to  farm there.
:*"V ��� ���        *
|j W. F. MeCulche'on'..farmed for six
Shears at I-aa.ombe, Alberta. ln !U*21
She went to Chicago. Jle- has now decided he could do better, on-the farm
l;%nd is returning to "his former "place
||vhich, durir.g his absence, has boon
llkept going by his brother.
|5 The Canadian Government agent at
v^Sreaf Falls', Montana, reports the
^following examples: . , ,  ,   - ^
Xi George W. Hodgins, Choteau\">Montana, is 51'ytar-5 of age and Canadian
^born. .' Mr. Hodgins moved from
J^Bruee  County.   Ontario, . and     home-
Ar fru i I ^:^^Qtt*4r;
'' *ll89 aWH '��H^
Wa  '
Here is great value irt
Dairy Fails. We know
there exists a Mg de-
mantl for a well-finished.
So6d*-wearin|r sanitary
.airy,' pail selling ut ay.,
liopularjirice. ' Here it"!
' W���t1|o"sjWP BaiiyPail,^.
new style. Sec them in the
dtoresJ Tnke a took at the
biu* car, note the absence of
nil crackst and crevic*��~.
and ivinrlc the low price ���
only one dollar. -Kqirtlp
your dairy throughout with
Has Little Practical Value
In his summary of experiments in
wheat ffqntjjSD'U to 1023, the superin-
tende?"""^ot\ '|it.'poi_inlon experimental"
farm vat?33r'{l..don, Man., gu-es the' result s of expeiiinen.s in packing and
points out that they do not show any
advantagje gained from the us. of ihe
packer. It is of inieresl. he adds, to
nole that similar -results have ensued
on practically all the- othei7.prairie ��?x-
-periihen'tal farms. While it-would appear io be proven that the packer is
unnecessary as an implement for regular use in land preparations for wheat
1>VP growing it does not follow that it is
nover useful. In special '; circumstances,' where the condiiion of the
land is abnormally open or loose, the
use of a packer is possibly, or even
probably     jtistified. The     Brandon
superintendent (Mr. W. C- McKilli-
can) states thai the, tests .conducted-
byyliiui eov.e.r most orditiary cases in
the gfowing of wlieat and lhat in none
ipfyiliem is ai-ty - ciiusi^tent improvement in yield shown froiii tii'o use of
tlio packer. He al.so adds that, con:
sidering the tremendous Inyestnient In
such implements by westei-ii farmers,
the figures he supplies in Bulletin No.
42 of the Dominion department of agriculture, .which is to be had by writing the publications branch at. O.tfawa,
are most-important.
,7     ���'���'������"..-���""���    ���:���    ji ���'-"���   ������,;'���' -; ���-:   "';. '! ���'���". '"      '..;.',���
AlBerta's NeVest Crop
���   ��� ,�������� lalfanafawai
Sunflower  Crop  Amouhted  To  160,650
!' ���":���--"7:" ."-Tons: Last:; Year' ..7-77."
One of Alberta's newest crops, sunflowers, used for silo fodder, amounted
to 160,650 tons last year, while- fodder
corn, also; comparatively, haw; amount-'
ed to 2B9,SSS tons! '"T*'hn ��ieva-.]opment
of these field pioducts is largely due
Jo the expaiiBlon or the dairy induslry,
Albet'lii's dalry'produotloh hist yciw
\Vas wits valued jut. close ���.to "$23,000.00,0
and Jb rapidly increaalng.'- "Hiit-iln Ir
prpYld|,ni'l,aii atti'uetive market for butter, nnd Alberto.��� cheeso;,,..a finding; an;
Ineresising demand,        7{
growing r port acCount.
{Avere shown to be more or less an un-
Look at it, dig it all up carefully j saleable comniruii.v.
without breaking the roots and youj Compared with prices a year ago.
���will find that^he twenty or thirty HI-| hogs showed an advance of from $3 to
tie tiee stems ot all sizes that constt- j $4 per hundred, equal to at least ��5.70
tute the group are all connected one to j to $7.60 per head.      Toronto showed a
$12.92 ptr hundred average 011 selects.
another by their roots. The one root
system is common to all, that is the
roots spread out from a common centre and as they spread send out a succession of little treelets into the* air.
Do 3'ou see- how the greatest trees
are in the middle and that they grade
down to the* smallest"'on the outside?
Look in the grass -around them and
you will  see  still-more of them
Timber   For   Admiralty
Fifty-one    Tons    of    Squared    Timber
Shipped From Ottawa
"Part of what is one ol the greatest
shipments of lumber ever handled by
rail, unique in that it is the greatest
movement of squared timber since the
days when it ^v^ts iio--ted in rails to
the ports, left On aw a lecently for
England-on a train of fifty-one cars.
The timber was vi-he pine, cut from
the virgin growlh in the woods about
350 miles northca.-,. ot Ottawa.
J. I**. Booth. II14- . etc-ran lumberman,.
who made the shipment, will be 98,
years'pf .ige ihts year, attended to all
details-of-this contracr with the British admiralty.
Live Cattle Exports
Increase in Number of Live Cattle
Shipped-to the United Kingdom -
An increase of'approximately 50 per
cent, has taken place in rhe live cattle
exports to the United Kingdom iri the
period January 1 to March .1.9,'1.925, as
compared wiih the corresponding period' last year. Up to March 19 the exports of Qattle in 1925 were 11,662
head, as compared with 10,531 in the
same period in 1924 and 9.511 in 1-9231.
beginning. Another year the clump
will be a foot wider all around and
covering almost  twice the area.
Here* is another similar clump 100
feet away. lt is just about the same
size, but you see the same arrangement of tall ones in the middle grading down to tiny one^ at the margin.
In a f< w* years these two liule clumps
will have spread so much they will
have met. There is nothing to prevent -.them .-and'-'we..-have! another tree!
island on the prairie and a further
spread of the park country.
That is how it goes ou and has been
doing so'far centuries. A littlo-seett
blows from larger trees somewhere, j
perhaps miles away, lands in a moist
place kept moist, perhaps, by a snow
bank drifted there over winter. The
seed germinates, sends up a little
sprout and you have the beginning of
Montreal Jf 11.40, Calgary $11.32,"** and
Edmonton $11.42. The market promises strength for some time. Farmers are advised to market their hogs
at finished weight so as to obtain the
extra return foi- select bacon stock.
An. English cattle dealer.reports that
recently he ieceived 8 cents a pound
just j iess f0r -Canadian hides than, for English of similar quality on account oi
brand marks.
Free  Grant Homesteads
���44,800   Acres   Taken    Up   In   ""wVestern
Canada During January
During  the month   of  January,   233
free grant homesteads were taken up
in Western Canada, an increase of IS
over the.same month last year.      Hurling "the 'samp* month,-47 soldier grant
i entries    were    filed.       Of the  home-
(steadsr3S were "taken up'ia Manitoba,
[ 117   in   Saskatchewan,  73. -in   Alberta,
j and    5    in    Britisii    Columbia.      The
.; homesteads and soldier grants combined,    represent   - approximately-1 44,800
acres. ,     .    7     - . -.   -
Taught School Forty-six Years
Frederick       I-Iernisch.       Germany's
a little forest which has .potentialities i
to. clothe   the   whole   praiiie   in   time j "videly known old school feacher. died
simpl3* by spreading its roots, send ins��� |-rece.ntly
up more shoots    and    'shedding    more j
in Berlin at  tho age   of 102
He was pensioned some years
seed. AU the great Aspen forest of aSO after having taught for rori.v-.iia_
thotnorth and -foothills' has spread' inj consecutive years. His favorite say-
just   this   way.       The   beautiful   park ] ine>va'3r "VT"1,
y An Ihdiar5a man has patented,a.mir.
rot* that; eaii,*iie el;tiupi.d to np. invalid's
knee,   permitting   hint   to  sha|y6  himself iri bed. ���-'���,���
for Sick Stomach
When 1 don't smoke-I have
country    around     the    fringe   of  tln--}.no  Weas, ami  when  1  have  no ideas
prairie is simply, a. stage in the* same' wlly ' "lon't. .smoke."
development.      And the clumps  suddenly appearing jn odd out of the vvay
corners  hej-o  and  there  are  just  the
forward Hung skirmishing line of the
great  army  ol- trees  that will  slowly
but surely follow, after.
The. reason fit iri hasn't taken place
long ago is because tlie prairie it re si
used to rag j unchecked arid any little
forest clump that got stiirted'was
burned up. Our road allowances and
farm lands are excellent fireguards
and lhe little* irees get. a chance to
make themselves apparent
tiful   free-island  farm*,    of
Wholesome cm*Refreshing
Interest - In Forage. Crops
j***"- "B.    H.     9   B��       SJ
P'.*Jfi'. It 'B'i    lg*
Laroe    Amount   of   Seed   Sold
Special Train Operated
Inti-t'e.i in forage crop production
among'tin' farmers of R.'ti-Uttieht-wan "-������
L-t Jilt (Ulj ou. iht- i;ic|-. -ii.se, ji:d/S'i/ig b^
the liirj-e Mjilt-i- of seed from llie'Hpeekil
forrige fodder crop train oiterali -tl by
lhe . . JN-ovlnt.lal tiovernme'"" "*��<1 <''��'
C!aniitJhni Paeifln ItiifhvSjy diti'ln*. lhe
prist "moIIIh. At inilyea three nieet-
ings of lurnierj- in that, tl 1st riel vlsit.-
etl by Ihe loinge ����ro|> ear, lewulteil in
I lit: j'.itle of s��:c-d lo the value of $.100.
Best   Customer   For   Radios
Canada    '*��    the    best customer ihe
United States has for her radio manufacturers.      The rc."..ult ol" a    recent
The bean-i survey of foreign markets shows that
Manitoba. [ Canadian*, imported    radio   nppnra'u**.
Easiern   ami  Northern   Saskatchewan [ from this-country during 192-4  to
and     Northern    Alberta    were     bare'value   ol"  $2,-U3.6S7.  which   is   by
the   nienioi'y
are just a fon
���taste of vvhr.t:
prairie   in
living, and
the rest, of the country would  be like {
if left aloin:-." j
Tlie prairie is a natural tree country.     There's no doiibt about il, and it:
of   men   still | the largest mule.of any eounlry.
VV.     N.     U.     Ji-.
The  pink  linllworni   enn
t a
I lull . etd for I wo -.ear*--.
a ���
liv��' in  cot-
Mifs !"*. "Rt<*l�� of Br--->k!yn, N. Y.,
says: "1 don't know what the cause
wns, but every few <l;.-��s my Ma*m:u-lt
would ice\ all bloated {up ivith gits,
my appetite was poor and I felt sick,
to my stomach���to any-nothing'of headaches.
"I never tlimipjht of iwlnpt Curter'-i
Little Liver ]'illa��untiI nothing: seemed
to help. After usinu Curler's 1 felt
relieved at once���ami now a*, soon as
rr.y .Mrui-uch 'isV.:*:' !\".c!; 3 znxxcr with
Ciirter'a  an<l  have .the. last tvoi'd."
'Rccommrt-'led and for sale by all
drug ���altiic!". 25c.
is one of tho most encouraging tacts
the farmers can bear in mind, for if ho
carries on his planting in accordance
with Nature's wttys he*"cannot but bo
!*>uece!.'-fu!. The little natural tree
eluntp ismoHt. -.ignlflcant and most
Heavy Grain Shipments
Four points on the l,t-thbri-]g-.- tUvi- |
sion of the Canadian Paoii'le Railway j
shipped moi't1 than a million bin.hels <if]
grain each in ii����- .shipitiuiLC .y-ii-tia,
192-1-25. These poluts were *."ulean(
Willi 1,135,000 hUHhels, High Elver I
.with l.O'W.OOO bushels, Nan ton with \
1,029,000 binhelH nntl Curdston with f
1,000,800  bushels.
Pasts It arotincfi
After* -every* rmeal.
Give tlie f-unity
the benefit of its
aid to <li-*<**stlon,
Cleans tectH too.
Krvp It aJwinyst
:iit     ihe s hoitrgt.e.
Hue a dry hard  piece of v.hH��* Koap
to   rub   over   mateilal   for   wttleh    \��ita'
want   lo draw   threads  lor heni*-| Still- t
lug.       Thl;�� v.'il! n:-:tk>' t!;c iln--ai!s ;7!.j
out   nitK-h easier.
Costs little -helps much'
���lAVH-iHa-Ptn H��t_Jit_f^
I THE CRESTON REVIEW  issued every Friday at Creston. B.C.  -.ub-Msription : $2.50 a yea-.ihaavsi.tice*  $3.09 to 1J.S. points. .  C. P. Hatbs. Editor and Owner.!  CRESTON, B.C.. FRIDAY. JUNE 19  Destroy the  If the vote **oHecS at Eriekson 1  itself on the beer plebiscite is anywhere near in proportiod to the  expression of opinion by the absentees the hope for & license is not  exactly bs*ightt_in view of the liquor  control eommlss-iGser's policy of no  licenses, in "dry" spots even in  **we������" electoral district!.  "inn i.mifirotfQ  UI1U    Will Ml Mil -JU.  a IS*-  Following the  copious  .rains   of  the past two weeks au overdue spell  of hot weather is sure  to provide a  most   luxurious .(growth of weeds,  and to readers. resident within the  village boundaries it may be well  to direct attention to   the fact that  the Weed ByLaw came into effect  at the first of April,  and sets forth  in     no     uncertain -.-.terms-    what  constitute, noxious weeds  ant  the  penalties that   will be   imposed on  all who fail to destroy them.   .  In the words of by-law "Noxious  weeds include Canada, ' perennial,  sow. bull and Russian thistles: ox  eye daisy or charlock, tumbling and  ball mustard, wild oats, stink weed,  -������<"���������> w������_d. blue, burr or stioksodd,  doddecvand such other weeds as  maybe specified hv notice of the  commissioners.*'  Responsibility ffor destroying  weeds rests with landowners or  their agents, or tenants, aud the  weeds must be cut down, pulled  out, or ^otherwise effectively - destroyed between April 1st and  November 1st, as often as maybe  necessary to prevent ripening,  The resignation last  week   of " a  member of the teaching staff of the  local high school, and the inability  of   the   trustees   to   do   -anything  definite in   the   way   of securing a  successor until   after   the   annua!  school meeting on   July   11th,   at  which time the ratepayers have sole  authority to state what salary jsh&ll  be paid any and all teachers, should j  serve to awaken all   interested,   to  the desirability of an   amendement  to the School Act that will remedy  a situation that' certaiuly does not  make for efficiency���������and a situation  that gives   the   school   boarda   of  incorporated     districts   a   decided  advantage in that these   latter are  at  liberty to engage teachers   im  mediately an end-of-the-term resignation comes along.  While it is only fair that the  taxpayer shonid he consulted as to  the total sum he shall help pay  from year .to year . for educational  purposes, the time has surely passed,  when it is necessary to take a vote  wai a public*: meeting   to /determine  -^Fashion  Belle'  brand in  Pure Thread and  Art Silk,  $1.00 to $1*75 : *  Children's three-quarten Socks, all sizes* fancy  .-V:       colored tops, sizes 7 to 9 1-2,  60c.   -  "_���������'"-.-_ *  ^      - - "* "'''*-"W. -'-~  Hjt^PWARE���������Hay Forks, Scythes, Snaths and Hasf  ices.    Agents for Frost & Wood Mowers.  v   ;  o - . .  Let us have your drder for Repairs.  Fresh  Fruits and Vegetables  iii Season  -.  .    "���������* ���������* ���������*��������� -*��������� *      . -        _ 'wTT*   -    -���������   -_- ��������� * Zf "" _   j *      *      -*f       -  Three days notice will  lie given,- tbe exact salary "to ~ be paid each of  and if attention   is   not   paid   the  commissioners will order the weeds:  cut and charge the cost of the work  asp to the land.    The penalty is a>  fine o?   not   over   $l^"for   each  offence, and where payment  is hot  made within 30  days the  commis-  sioners have power   to seize goods  and   chattels - and   sell   same   to  liquidate the fine imposed and court  costs.  Water Meters  Provided the rates to be charged  compare favorably wit,b those paid  fbr ss -similar service in other'  centres, the move of the Goat  Mountain Waterworks Company,  Limited, to put its customers on 1  the meter system is to be commend  I present  tlie individual teachers" (without;  knowing, too. who the-applicants  are going to be) of a schooi with a  staff of seven instructors.  Given a lump   sunn   for   salaries  the trustees can" surely   be   relied  upon to see that the higher salaries  go to   the   more   competent,   and  knowing that   an appropriation to  be so allocated will   be  available it  wilt- "be  possible -'for  vacancies   to  be   filled   while   the   pick   of   the  teachers is to  be had,  rather than  as at  present where  the middle of  July must roll around   before   any  applications can   be - accepted, and  in the   meantime   the   towns   and  cities have been 'filling-their vacancies as earlj?- as fche first of June.  On the   score   of   economy   the  antequated    system   may  buy  ed and in  no   case   deserves harsh *���������������something   to recommend it  5  - * "tr *  ?-. s-th  for  71 ALT  ������������������fm em.   _���������_-_..    .   ... fl.__._���������*. __.-____.__. .__.-__,_,        _**_ j.im        kWJr _*v������&��������� *ik  in  criticism-until it has been given at  least one month's trial.  The Ua-jw arrangement will make  those "who use the water pay for it.  and will probably result in a curtailment of its sometime excessive  use under tbe flat, rate . payment  plan to the point where water will  be available to all users in reason  able quantity even in the dry  months.  If the rates should be found too  high relief can always be obtained  through the water comptroller, atd  now Creston enjoys local self-government we have a very effective  organization to apply for and  finance the securing of any redress  the situation permits of.  but at that, even were a couple, of  hundred dollars increased salaries  incurred, where this is spread oyer  a three quarter million dollar assessment the "saving" to individuals isv  out of all proportion '*:.������������������ to better  teaching service . that may havo  been passed up.  WHAT OTHER PAPERS SAY  Liquor at Dances  Beer Licsnsee  With a second application in for  a beer license at Eriekson there is  considerable speculation as to  whether    licenses   will   be   issued  there.  As the popular impression is that  permission to  sell depends entirely  on whether "Eriekeoi" voted "wet"  or "dry"'a year ago, recourse to the  Hgurea is������ncd by the returning  officer f-liowm that tho Eriekson vote  was 27 for. and 38 ������p*ainst been  Just whether this majority of 11  against the sale of the umber fluid  was wiped out by...the absentee vote  ia no! quite dear but those who are  acquainted with tho possible away*  from Erickeon vote on "June 20th  last, aro not at all optimislio a* to  it, being "we*.1 enough to turn 11 o!  a majority against beer into even a  inn--'.in. of one in its favor,  [Fernie Free Preia]  As* long as liquor  is kept  home, so long   will   it show  the   possession    of   youngsters   at  dances and other social affaire.   The  youngBter knows  it  in wrong and  unlawful for him to take liquor to  a dance, but he "reasons  that it ia  no  more   unlawful for  him to  do  that than it is   for   hie   father   to  patronize bootleggera or blind p3ga.  He argue*1 th.-a.ta he   is   no   more   a  lawbreaker fchan his "old man" and  the latter iu a show down has nob a  leg to stand on. " When   licjuor   3a  gotten out of the   house in Cataad**  an communities it will not show up  a������ plentifully in   the   possession of  t mJli-cM/ilpo^'i. hi <3iiriiiD*"������.   an*J   part'ei*".  I Betponsibility for   thin may as well  be placed right where  it lielongs������������������  in the homo.    There is the place to  hunt for  th*   explanation   of   tin*  mystery as to how high school! boy-**  get their boom  Pests:, x Drawers,   Bhqmers,  or  Suits ���������  LIMITED  ERGANTiLE GGrcSFm  PRINTED BUTTER WRAPS at THE  I������^H_W,:l?f^  .���������������_. XI ISTi _V������ TS. J5_.  .  Jffl    ^J*" JtCL ^/   J^S-^w^^Bk.   JL  JH-~F-L^". JL   JDtXTaK     ^T    iJa_a_'Ja_ji  gsgX  _S3  "__53__g������B  On. flale Uatlp��������� "May W-tx* Bopt. 1*0  -f������-| ���������)������ dj*m g~H m  sracj,BrKc_������. ^at/oasia  On i-irtloDn-Uy-Mny 23 to BopU DO  Eastern Canada.  i*y,pi!.������'y4*a  Unitec.i  -Mny 22 to Sept. 90  CRESTQW to  Vanc<ittfi������r..  Smxltfo....  i������t<IMll*|->-H'  ...... $37.GO  ...,.���������.   ST. GO  ...... s7._-.tr  tiUJRIatCaaw* S %r!Xi   CCS  l*oi-onl**������..-..r......  Montreal   SU0.9S  S23.20  .   129.9S  CRESTON<:U������~~y1'  Allnnmapoll.ar St. PatsU $6i).20  Chicafpo.j....'...~.~~..~..���������...~~~.    SSfSO  Nmwa  i44.e&  JB-_rJftT������ of (In������*������ were collected ������t Trail  pollct- CKiirt for trie month** of STiitr-rb,  April nntl M������iy. $M wem pultl in dog;  tnxet* in the Mitrnc i������ci-Um1.  PROPORTIONATE '^A-ItlSS 3TO  OTI-IBJR .JPOIWT'T������  . ' '     '    , r ��������� '  !j-jik^jc-. ������.f "fr'h.r***'- ""reS*"* T**^*"- fw������b'i*l*������*r - . - -      ,'-.:;.���������.".*. .-  Fmsl SH Emus* AUSt$>$pfnB Car Twntrt liPimf it\mi������* May J ������.  fatt Informant on am>d? Ut^mtmr* tmm any Ae������r*t at ihm "'CANADIAN PACIFIC*  .������j22^lF*^t'? PTi^'-air,,"lat;i-; ppta-ata ������j*rfpl������l ���������Pl,������s>������tj.!������������^'ss(i������5#!i  ^ammmmwiwm1*. mfmB&^Tim^GVIjimmm^U-^  ���������y'kV.'.A.AA.mrf''i'&k ^tiai:'|..'aV^''ir"lNia������'-.7-.' The Joy of  To ^v������ inoaey may re������piire that you mak������  @oaie sa-eriil^* but al a stated wssn Is p.aeesS  "Ibs: a Savings* Kai^ acc4>"i,jmt_at regular intervals^  ycsrar siaessey? With --theiatearest it earns sooji  ^rows aasd yoii e^erience the joy ol acoot-i-  plltahmetafc. There isa Savingp Baak Deitort-  S_____is ���������_i������-e^.-ry d~������sa������tc*������i ������t?i inxs SaE_k������ 49  fviPEMAL   BANK  C W. AULAS*?,  hydrant at������ the Orand theatre, was  Tested but and there was ample pressure to put a stream al water over the  building. J^terwaj-ds at the 2Srehe.ll  Major~S������aUaad-&*ne~ gave the men a  talk on the waterworks system^ and  some Uigfat neaW.. week wi������t make-. an  isst^ectioa of rVih������, .hydrants -with  wag-aae* uieinw-sna ������""��������� *-*s������mmo  working, jires-orpe. etc.  um-ir  ���������0".  ������rCA>9A_*A  CRESTON BRANCH,  lvb������������e^ of Application for Itemr  .   License  Notice is*be*etiy g_ren that  on ������or after tho  Intends  Local alter Personal  , to "be known as tr__ Taonrlst Inn,  ���������aawwaKtoaa! at Blwlar, EC. upon the landsdescrib-  ������a- as Sab-Lot IS, Block KB. Croup^l,!Map823.  -Sit-lar Tomudte, JBootenay ���������".strict, Nelson  UBMtA Retrfstratfon District, 3n tho Pi'ota-.nce of  BaettlBb Columbia, for the sale of beer "by ftoe  ������"������������������ or by- ths opes, "bottle for ooaeumptIon on  ������+i-6 (toaSSOSBSa.   . -  Dated t_is tft*-. day of J-n-*_lS2&.  ROBERT HEAP, Applicant.  eas-ari  Shoem HSmdm  WS   >B||_*|r-' ^OB-a-" ���������_��������� W   **aV_~**a__f  New Stock of  Harness  Insp. Dun woody 4>t Ahe provincial  police, Kelson, in company witb a  -measure taker, were motor visitors  ��������� here at the middle tiff last week, the  tit* flatter taking the measure of H_  fltcl_a.teri for his new police uniform,  which tvill likely be along early in  ~3uly.  At the Jtatne meeting of the school  board on Monday night the trustees  were in receipt cf the i-e_c.s-nat.on nf  Miss Carrie from the high school  teaching staff, wb������ has accepted a  similar position at Fernie. Her .&-������*>  vices here have been eminently satis  fj-ctory, and trustees and students  alike will regret her departure.  The Brat car lot of strawberries rolled  east on Monday, which is fully a week  earlier than the Jirst .outgoing ear in  %QQA. So far. the exceeding wefc  weather has*done little damage but it  is hoped fine weather which set in on  Monday .wlll.be permanent.  Mrs. J. C Moore ari_ son nf Biom-  del arrived a few days ago on a visit  with her,parents, B������r. and Mi-s. Matt.  Hswen." . Jx. '  The Tennis Olub is having a dance  in tbe^ old schoolhouse on" Saturday  night, to which all,are invited. Gents  75 cents* ladies -25c.   Supper included*  Mrs.   Matt.     Hagen   sot   hack   on  Sunday -from .Ctanbr-ook to, which city  .she accompanied her daughter. Mora,  who is a hospital patient - at   present.  but is snakingN Very   satisfactory   pro  Here to Stay!  We have this" week completed . the-purebase of the buildiisg  belonging-.to 'Creston Fruit Growers Union, Ltd., and isutil lately  used as a flour Und feed warehouse*.^ Wo are having nome alter-  ations made and will be makinjg it  headquarters-! *hy the end of  We must have more STRAWBERRIES* and for this tveek  we are paying $3.SO per crate Spot Cask when delivered.  This Price is nett to you���������no commissioner ho&ac&s to p&y.  Our price on   GOOSEBERRIES   is   $1.50,  handle your RHUBARB at 3 cents a pound.  and   we   can  Let us have an .estimate of what you have to sell.  ���������eston Valley Produce Company  ALF, NELSON, Manager  The  e_ aminations  Stare in  connection  Shoe and Harness Repairing  . SYNOPSIS OF ..  LANW ACT A^ENOF^N^  v riwuj  departmental  '��������� _��������� --. ���������a. J-a . ^,-  ������><uuiri������.-6        am*      ~auil"Vta|(������H   -i^uurt  and will continue until noon of the  227th for-those taking the High Schnol  teste-."-"'Entrance pupils will ' write  three days, conunenring next Wednesday* Creston and. the Valley schools  conibmed will send op rtt least 30  pupils to write on the Entrance papers.  The dnnce of the summer season is  announced for Wednesday r-i-^ht. June  t-ith, at the Grand Theati-e bnllronro;  when the music will tie furni-*h-*d by  the 4 piece Sns-s*������n Orchestra of Idaho,  and!the popular admission prices of  gents $1; ladies SCJc, will prevail, with  dancing at������ o'clock. Th'x orehebtia  ie reputed to be just a little better  than any ever heard here,, and -a  attendance is loukedrfor. ������  About. 50 Doukhobors arrived on  Faid������y East front Brilliant, to help  with the c*trawberry harvest.  The Misses Johnson of Cranbronk  arrived a few days ago, and are guests  of Miss Olga Hagen.  Miss Ecnse Cherrington, teacher at  Lister, was a Saturday visitor here, in  conference with the local school  trustees,'  NEWS OF KOOTtMYS  In ihe y������rpon district the csreless  use of poisoned bait to kill gophers is  resulting In birds being poisoned as  "-"el*.  Mmsey-Harris Mowers!  The Machine that will cut anything  and last a lifetime.  There are, also a few used machines   on   hand   in   Calgary  guaranteed in good order and priced right.  ORDER REPAIRS NOW and have the machine  all fixed  up when the. Hay is ready.  Plough Share. Fm CouUersm Barb H"i***e������,  i  PRE._.Mt������TtON&  Vacant, -t__re*tar-ra_i, Burjrey-Ml  Crown lands may \m TOO-ampted by  Brltlslk subjects ovor 1������ years of aaro.  and by aliens on doclarioc Intention  to iMtcome BrltlBb subjiets, condi-  UQ_al   upon   rM>iden.caa    oooupation,  Kod    iwprOVwaMiua.     jfmr     ai*s������cUicu_������I  purp oaBS.  !F_n| Information otMacaifotnc rearu-  -ift'tfiff-sw? r^ffftp^lr^ff wspw^'wWBirt^'-rffiQ" *������  ������iv������n In Bulletin Ko7l_ land Series.  "How to _*-a-������mpt Z������and������'' copies of  -r-blcb can be obtaS&sA treeof chare������  by ew&dresaSns the Dspartmepft of  Landau Victorijs, B.O, or to any Ctov-  ei*nm������at Asent.  IU<K>rds will be granted covering  only Jaad suitable for a_ricuUu**_i  ia-urpoBeo, and whltfls Is not -ttmber-  land,' luk, carrying over 8.000 board  t*ot mt acr* w*et������������tlwCoMtIla-������������  etnd 1SM0 foot par acre east of that  tommpm*...'-.������������������':--.-���������������������������:,.  AppUcataons for pre-emptions era  lo be addraraod to the tioad Com-  mlaalonsr of the Xand Recording Division, In whioh ths land a_>pll������d tax  la situated, and' af������ made on printed  fornuL copl������s of which, can be obtained from t_������ Iioad Comml-wlonor.  *a-r������-empUbi_*xi_Ust be occupied for  flva swum and Smparovomenttt majfie  to. value of, UO per tfcero,, including .  cl4Murlng and-cul-Uvatlngat laast ftv������  acrea, before tt Crown Grant can be  retXafvedy  .   ;.;'-!-*���������-'.-*y:7; ��������� ���������������������������^'. ���������'.  ,  "Tor moro detailed information sea,  the    Bulletin    **Hoi-f    to    Pre-empt  PUROHA8E fl.  Applications are _r*oe������lved for pur  oIuum of vacant ^nnd untfeBerved  GSrown *cmd**t': not ������������������ uolng timb-ortoBid, -  for aiirl-mlttiial pprp^s: u*"nlmum  prica of ffrat���������o3*ic3 (tinSsle) Is. nd Is 58  per acres and secondsolaaa <-|tnxlnff>  land la.SO por a<we.V'a*^jrther Infer*  matlow reKarding porchoao or lease  of .Crown landa lu given In BuJletl-  No. If., J_uod B������rte>v **Puircbaae and  Leaae of Oro-m Imnan."  MilJ, tactory, or in-duatrial s^toa on  timber land, not e-cooetUng 4b acrea  may bo purohasod or laased. tho.con-  dltlo-nw lnetudlng payment * at  attzmpage. ..._  *!-!**!?*"*l������3TC  .���������EL/iS-E������  1 Unsurveyed areaa, not exoeedtng* 10  a%or������e. may be leased as homeeitea,  IcandltlotuU upon ������ dwelling, belntt  i������r*ot������d In the Ant ar*������ur, title being  obtainahW after rweidence and Improvement oondiUoa-a are fulfilled  and land ha������ been "rorv<-y������d.  LBAstea  For graKLnig and   induattla"    pur-  ���������poaaa earctui. ao>5 ���������a&fc&cai&jy fttlO a^srea  may be lsased by one pevaon or %  -tomusny.  Of8A2l'P>.0  ' tinder the Gmsiiig Act tha 3E������w>-.  ii-toe is as*. ItSsa into- graxSng JllMttlcte  SP*J^-e ������WW admtnlotered undar i  wK-itana- CO)tmalan%<m*������. AnnuaJ  Rvasteg tMurmila _r������ laeued baeed on  numbers ranged, pvilorlty bolng ������lv������-*  to ������aiablt������_*"5 emura. Btooli.  A. J. "Kent of Ehmners Ferry, Idaho;  was renewing acquaintance with  Oreston friends on Friday. He states  that on the Idaho side the five -Irairj-  age districts hare recl-simed all th*-  land that it is possible to drain on the  unit plan, "and that the owners.of the  "other lands on the flats are hoping for  immediate action by B.C. to' get on  with the hag plan'of reclamation ������o  they too can- get their 'acreage under  production.  The ore brigade hud its _rat woi kout  on Monday night, and the showing  made was most creditable. A fire  alarm was blown from the bos factory  whistle about 7.10, and just-ninety  second-* later the men had the chemical engine at the "York blacksmith  shop nnd a stream Of water playing on  -"the yhuilding-"' witb^-at least fifteen.  utembers of the brigade on hand. Tbe  A-\. :,!V'Cry-ia37.Fim^  .,,������,+.,.,...,.,.^*������^������ri'."jV'"6'n "'I'ff'Ri'iJt.T't'ri'i'.r'"'"'":'''*  7:'','''':'i'::!''-.V!v-!l:,7::,<^'l^';)'-SS';'^-'''"'';'i'  ���������T k'tl '��������� k 11>6f i-'.-s-',' photog)\A' p-Ri'. f  Twelve of the teachers on the Cranbrook public school staff are are after  raises in pay varying from ������B60 to $200  lai*ge|ayeap**  A room nn tbp floor of the postoffice  building has been-, loaned for quarters  for Cranb>*mkVprt->potie*d new public  library.  AU the Kaslo girls attending N������������rinal  school the past'term passes! ahe qualifying examinations. There were  seven of theiu.  kr'<V Avi;,, jSi),  'Lt,'-t]:j|*r-id'i'tv "AH:  GOVEflfmEHT LIQUOR ACT  FINISH!  Chevi-olet is finished in  the  now, DuPont  ^Dpco-^the  finish  that  improves with  Notice of Application for Beer  License  Notice la hereby -riven tbat on or after tlio  _"> day of July next tlio nnderalKned inton  LoAppIr tx> mivb Julquor Coutw. 1 BJoatd for ft  fth day of July nexl tlio nndewlKned intondu  U> #pply tx> mivb Julquor CJontTO1 uoturd for A  HonnBoIo roapettb ef promltHMj belnor port of tho  buliilna known aa UialCrlcknon Hotol, altnatod  at ICrlcleoon JltC. upon tbe lands doBorlbed as  Hell Block.TBlook "it." Illock W. Jjot 81S, K^t-  onay WlBtHctv Noloon Land llwrlntration Dim  ������������������ ProylnoG otBrlUsbC  ct,  trtct. In the  Inoo ot BrlUtch Columbia, tor   , __ ���������,_ ivl:  UiaJ toUltJO* iiaiiJjr  Ml   tKvtUofor.oon-mnipuo'n on'tlio premlsoB.  ,y. Uiu iiLttoti  Ui." W Uiii OPOU  Hon on tlio tiromle  fiaMa"'^s^rM'&'&  ICN, Applicant.  I.ANO RJSGt&TRY MOT  BooUori VA  t*****-i"***  ���������Bgm g"f 9  hen  ���������aremeuit  mm mara  ^.rta-.K-.p-,  t.<  *,  lit.  ivwwtw%\r$  ,*.������.������..*.. *m,. . v },     : '*���������-  .  a-.������#k'W>#M������4. mVilmim     ���������  ���������   4 <**+***$HH  !***r������ie,' or partially fVtw������  Heinuhii ���������!--* *^t^Vi!vW)i������.  "for -' -Hittlerm.  <tm  tr������v������*Btet������,  up  to, ten  IN TIUO MATTI-H. or lots n, 18 and 10. In  Bloolc 0 of Lot e_f. Warn 86L.  i-roof  1mm of  uivLtyi ttooa "tUaxl tn my  "JorUffcMitaeo of Tltlo Knot  tn mr ouioao. of tti  "oa, isooO-Annt  1 lands In tho  16041-A "to the a-bovo-in<>int_lono-l    ni-tmeaof John William llainea, "fhomoa BiUnos  <Uio BSIdii-tr) *,vitl TttOkitatai llaliiiui ttlity TouiiffAii.  - iaar  imtuo  trniwi  resiHMStlvely  Balnea and "Thon  Coxt'tnca-^aiot Till  catee.  ���������WllJII  13 1  ^  Ilalnou <jr������.) proylrional  TlUe ia Hou of btjoIi foat Cortlll-  nan  ^._jfTlt "  Any person  "llOlffl  ata.   ^.^.^,  arw    w-u.^.  ������-l!eren������������5to etioh. IcMtcJerUfloattW of Tltlo  *N"*% #������t .'(4 a* Jl  ������a4,������-*,a>*.ia*V*fT������a*  .._Jiited,, at Uio Itand  X������M������ of iUTit-ptiWIcatlon May 122,1  information.  laOUOfTltlt  A.S#aa     *.arffS*-W 4-t**-*    >.���������(������������*���������������**���������*������������������������������,  HW-l.-a.takl.kaa       ?Waa-,W    IW ������*���������**-W ��������������� ������  lUiuluLitur.  _*he new Anglican.Church at Kini-  berley will be in charge of ~a Bev. W.  Crick, who lias just left S&ogland to  take ou the work.  Backers of semi profescsional ball at  Cranbrook; figure on purchasing a  s-ven-arre field and fitting it up as a  real baseball park.  The News says that sweet peat-in  bloom,   grown   out   off  doors  under'  natural   condition-*,   were   picked   in  Vernon before June 1st..  The News states that some Trail  merchants are carrying ten tin-eta  more credit on their books than their  business really warrants.  Final payments'^on the 1&2MI crop  were made the Vernon growers on  June 2nd, which is a few weoks earlier  than final settlement in 182i.<  ' "���������  At "Pen ticton theantia-nnlon .preabv-  terlans are endeavoring to carry on,  and have brought in .a student froBQ  Toronto _o lako the torvicow.  The school medloiB health officer  stnten that Pentieton has far too-many  children ntf* school aflli'-Bttd with poor  eyesight, ndenoids or tonwolltis.  B. Walker, C.P.R. roudinuster west  of Cranbrook, haa bvffri moved tn  Fernie; to hnvo charge of the Hue  between Cranbrook and Crowsnesfe.  H. White, who hna been collector of  eustoms nt Cranbrook for tht- past 20  yeum, hio* lioen fcr������tnHferr<"d to Van-  co������n-er, whert he becomes nn Innpector  of customs.  For the three niot������ths ending May  80th, 66 cuses were trltd In tho police  court at Trail. 22 of them wept  tuiquor Act infractions and 0 were just  common drunks.  Moylo Is on tbe boom. A confectionery more ha-ujont opened for buslnMs  In the town, and the..- Presbyterlan  pnntor at Cranbrook Is giving an  ocounlonal ehurch service.  Beavers are becoming thick In parts  of the WhidermerH valley. Their  W������i������1fll"������������-������ of dmtitiM an BloraM Tlulef CroMnk  recently flooded oom������t  mining otalms  b*Sng  worked   hy.,11.  K. F������araS"n   of  Wllmep.  I  i  CTHB^VBOL^T MOTOR CABS AND  - TRUCKS  AQenrrs  Mc_AUGHIJN-BUrCK  _C._X3  The Best Way  DON'T Siok &08������ W atw-iiigaM'Jeiaji- ������QBIf8b  ia-jroor latterg. Yon will "IKhI-iImi  Moi&oy Ordcsw ittood by fhl������ I������������6-& &  tBOB   mXlmiSl   COa_.***VEtl09Bt ^w%mVV  of %WQffaL%tt  voux  wurU  tt as Feo������ Ofilo* ������?  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Calpitatl P*M Up ������20a������00^������00.  ���������waKlafjaS,.  Oetton Brsndh  Mr-~e BojcmS $20y(MXIyl>OC|  EK T������ Scnnogeovtr, Men���������go  P  o  ^^������dBy  ^9 ^m\\ mm\  ^mm\ T^^���������i���������Ww VQb^QQa mmgm&B ImB PH Jin ^5^^m ^S ^S^H  ai/fCA-TT   %MWm*mZ*lT"Mmm\ H.*M"1*C.  ^  am  sar  jTRTOtrir  bhAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economical dish, easy to serve,   -  Shamrock Bramt HAM9 BACON anatLAMD  GLBNDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  Government graded, highest quality*  M0M*Ja*sws ana %**\jkm:jlj jrMJtMV  all varletlas.  ������mir���������ir������.air^ai������  ������#>"��������������� a j������    mur>WV������ "ttrnxr  fCftrw%W%  jdJ"������J_*4l������,JI WW     MHJ'M^srmMm   M   %j'm*'Mm4 m mm m     ������  <<4*rm<mm"���������  Inoreaoeta 't������m production and ptroducsea tetter poultry.   Buy the best.  ���������WiWiifa^^  mm j__ *..*.. J-a^t.-tiMB**""
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Cepyrtghtecl. I922. by R��Ib��-I S��nannV-
<*CAPTAIN BLOOD," a ViugMph picture witb J.  Warren Kong**
in the title rote, ti at-adaptation of this tbriltiug novels
Captain Peter Biooil, buccaneer,
Commands a fleet, of pirates. The
Spanish ship Milagrosa sinks the
Royal Mary, and Arabella Bishop, with
whom Blood is in love, and Lord Wade,
sent to the West Indies to make peace
with piracy, are prisoners.. Captain
Blood's flagship', tlie* Arabella, sails
into the Milagrosa and lier sister ship,
the Hidalgo, and engages them in
battle.      k
His lips were 'twisted- into a wry
smile, and '.here was pain in the blue
eyes that gleamed so vividly under his
black brows, pain blending with the
mockery ol! his voice. But ot" all this
ft was the mockery alone that was
perceived by Miss Bishop; she reesnt-
ed ita   - ���- '- ���' -   ������'.:-' ��� :.-.--;.-���.-!....:;j:7"
"I do not number thieves and'pirates
among   'iny     acquaintance,!    Captain
Blood," said she; whereupon liis'lor-5*,
i "*"""     "*' [exploded in excitement.
���j-      CHAPTER XVI.���Continued "    "Captain  Blood!'"   he   cried.       "Are
% Speechless, livid of face, his mouth | you Captain Blood?"
distorted and his breathing labored, \ "If you'll escort* Mists Bishop aboard
Don Miguel de Espinosa uttered an in- | my ship, 1 shall be "obliged to you," he:
articulate cry of rage, and his hand j heard Blood's voice -in level tones. "L
swept to his sword. But oven as liis ���, beg that you'll make haste. We aro
jingers closed upon ihe'hilt the other's j about to scuUle this hulk."
closed upon hi.s wiist to arrest liis action.
; "What do you intend by nie?". the.
Spaniard inquired at last, liis voice
hoar.*.-*. Captain Blood shrugged. T he-
firm lips smiled a little. "All ihal: I
intend   ha!s   been  already   accomplish
Your  boats are being launched.
You are'.'at liberty! to. embark in them
with your men be for:* we scuttle this
ship.-'- Yonder are the" shores of ItLs-
paniola. Get you home,, to. Spain,
Don'Miguel, and to .concerns that..you
understand better ilian this tradey-O*.
the sea.". . . '���- '���'��� 'Vy-,7.';'
Thief and Pirate.
Captain Blood paced the poop of his
ship alone in the tepid dusk and the
growing golden radiance of the great
pooi> '..lantern'-,;in which a seaman had
just lighted the three lamps. !    About
him all was peace.; 7 The sighs of1 the
day's    hattliA  . had  been  effaced. .... -A;
group of m.ii squatting abou-t the main
hatch   were '"drowsily   chantitig:   their.
softened,    perhaps^
t he nigh?.
CHhWEKS always prefer their tobacco In perfect
condition; this is assured; when they demand it
_-_-__^       _"_._��______:       \f mm -~a����a����a ���,��.        fm^mmm   ���*>������ ����1�� _.   B       laakaa
likc**   lamuus    ��� ��a��~uu_��*j_   ^o-i-ugio/   -_������������
The following well known brands are -now packed in  the
> �����
���liardened natures
7by the calm and beauty of
-.���,.:-, ,- , . '..Captain.'"Blood Cid not; hear them;  he
Julian  stood   forwardto ^^-^ he^r!an^lbilig sa^e   tlie  CL.ho
ramous vacuum <air-ogmi ans
Big Ben Black Plug Chewing Tobacco
StagBright Plug ChewingThbacco
Pay.Roll Bright Plug Ctewing Tobacco
deck Bright Plug
y   "Ye don't mean,  sir, that you'll lew
$hat  Spaniard  scoundrel  go  free?"  he
had  sum-
*nai" ' AA>\ df those cruel words wliich liad dub--
bett.iim thief and pirate!
Thief  and  pirate!   .-   She
-pried. -'?       A      A ���'������..,-.-
"And  wh.p  theyylevil  ma>*--yoii' be?
^Captain  Blood  asked,  with  a.. . liarke'di
Irish accent.
"t am   Lord  Julian  Wa.i1.'*
Then   perhaps i
"Are   yoa,'' indeed'*
ye'll   explain   what   the   plague
'doing aboard ihis ship?"
Lord .Julian controlled himself to
afroid- the desirexl ejcplanat ion. ! He
did so shortly and impatiently.
"He look you prison* r,-did in.-���along
wirh Miss Bishop ihere?"
--    "'Vou     are     acquainted    wiih     Mis'*
���Bishop?"   cried, his   lordsliip,   passing
from surprise to surprise.
But.this mannerless fellow had stepped past bini, and was making ..a. leg;
tOythV.'lady, who on h'V sine remained
un_-espn.r_-._v-- and forbidding to -lie
P"|_Tit of scorn. Observing ihis, .in-
tu.irrii-t! to answer Lord Julian's question.
."I ��� had-*-*hai honor once.*" said he.
"Biiit ii r-+.--nis that Miss Bishop has
a shorter'memory."
_^7 nied him up,  convicted liim   and   sen.*-
fenced him in "that one.Sphrase.
j was thief and pirate in her eyes; nothy
ing more, nothing less.      What, the.n,"
was she?      What are those who have
Always ask for the Famous Vacuum
She  Is   Willing   to   Answer
Letters from Women Asking
About Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound
, no charity? he asked the stars. Thief
and pirate-she had branded Mill. Shi.
! should be justified..' Thief-and pirate
{ should he prove henceforth;" no more
) nor less; as bowelless, as remorseless.
I as all those others who had deserved
'those names. She had - shown him,
��� clearly lo which world he belonged.
j La��?t him now justify her. She was
j aboard his ship, iu his power, and he
! desii'ed her.
j     He laughed  softlj*,; jeeringly, as ho
'; leaned on the-taffrail, looking down a?
���.iho     phosphorescent     gleam    in '-.the
���. ship's    wake,    and    his.,own laughter
startled    'him    by   '-it*- V.vvl  note.-     He
checked   suddenly,  and   shivered! j    A
sob broke from him--tq end that rlhald
burst  of mirth.    ::Ke*took his  f&ce in
hi.s bauds and   found a  chill  moisture
on his brow.^ 7.   '���'.��� A'"- y-7
Meanwhile'J^ord Julian was engaged
in solving., tip:- curious problem? that
had so completely escaped thebuc-
canet-r. ,, lie was,spurred lo il. by
\'aj.vi" stirrings oj" jealousy. He won-
ih-i-i-ti what precisely niighl have bc-en
j her earlier relations ^*ith CaptBin
' Hlooil.       He   had   ObS'.-'rved,     lor    in-
* _
, sia.nce. ihal"��� Hlood's ship was named
.the Arabella, an tl he knew that: Arabella was Miss Bishop's name. ' And
he hail observed all ilie odd pai'l.icu-
lars of ilie meeting of Captain Illood
and   !Mis.--,   hishoji,    and     ilu-* curioin-.   lit
7      ' "COIV1E ON  IN.*
Don't, pass this one without working it out. It is one of those puzzles
which look easy in the solution, hut .when it comes to working them out-
well, that's another matter.
3S. A kind of pole   (Indian).
40. T-'arls of cars!!    .
42. Form  of verb'"to be."
j 44. Large ocean Aressel.
46. Not short.  .. '
41. Formerly.
50. Loud noise.
52. Rodent.
55. in "like manner.
57. The   (Fr. feili.).
urucfci tup QxrCTrius
TTllaL.ll HILi k>li310Tl
HisHfajc. Nova Scotia. ~"\ am a maternity nurse and havo recommended
Lydia 1*1 Pinkham'H Ve-j-otable <Jom-
nound to many women who were chlld-
k-sh, also to "women who need a Ifood
tonic, t am EriKii,'-h and rny hun.X>hnd ia
Aineritran, and he told me of !,ydia K.
l'inkharn wliik* in Enffland, I would
���.ppr'-datp. a copy or two of your little
���looks on v-utrinn's riUnv-ntfl. 1 have ot\c
which 1 l-re;. to lend. 1 will wiilinply
uiKswer leUers from-any wot nan nskmg
tsboul the N't-taretabk- <'.'impound. '*--NTr**.
that,   vnee
ll hi I   wrought   in
s,    M!.   (Vi:,i:\iax,   '.'A   l'niac
11 aii fax. Neva Scotia. !
Could Not .Sleep Night ft
L* iVdin, Ontario. "I wa:-; weak nnd*.
,r.,- 'jilar, with pains an<i i-.CiwEa.'i'ses, and i
���i, i WI oa-��,f. Mleeji ni-.'hi :���'..
I,',' iie I-*. fink ha "in'i" \'e/i.*c..i.b;t! C-tjivv
(,',. :i Siv :'"adiru< 'A.o. lei ter:-> in the
ii"-,v.-,pap' rs and fried it. be'".'ii;M'* I v/hnted
tu -rjit. I.r-:.!.er. f have ".ot, ^eod r-r-r.uUn
friim it, a-nrl I feel n lot. strorti^rer and ;irn
ir->: U'otihled v.'i��h rif-h bad hf-ii-friH-e*"
��:������ i used to. he iinrl am rnort
1 tmi gitijiin-.' in v.cipct'' ��'H *l"*
1 I ell niv  (Vic fit.'.-, what. !;ind nf" rnedii'iric
You imny u��f my letter
1 am  fnl-inf..
#u"    :��    IvIm    let    tattu'i-i.'   ���  Mr.'!.    .BAi
������.l.A'-iio, Ber: 12, Dublin, Onbifio.
e;it-|i. .-
The huly had been monstrously uncivil to iIn- (.aplain, It was a very
foolis-di itltiltiflf t'or a lady 1n her eii-
r-nm.siaiiees tr> udopl lownrils a man in
mood's; and his lordship could 'not
imagine Miss I'lishop as normally fool-
i-li. ��� '���!. ui spite ol her riidene.-.H, in
.spin- of ilu- lacl that sin- was the
nied- of a aian whom I Hood I'tiilsf r<*T
I'j.ird a:-, hi:, enemy, Miss Itislioji and
iii.-- no d:-- .nip itatii bee j i .-.ihov.'ll I lie ill-
iiiosi eon: ider.i tion aboard the Captain*.,   .ship.       They     were     given     lite
1 iVan-icd irhout t l,','l',i"111
hint    .-.it
liiit'li i ,
I'hiod'H  li'-nii'ri.'iiH,  hfjtlt oi   whom  bad
MllfaWtl    lha-|:|    Ihf   IIIIJIO'I    <"OII I't I'.   " .    AIkO
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liad    l-'-pl    a I loo:'.'    ,��l nillou.il \     fnaiu    In-
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(To b<   ft ml innt'tl >
t.lrrit- ;��nd
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llOMC     "1,1,
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Hay   liii-
art-   not
UOllll     a.-lt'l     lllllk
M other,
Used by  urlisls,
Islands   in   Souihwesf  "Pacific.
I'I. Assemblage of persons or animals.
"Ii*. A conjunct Son,
1 4. ���Nallvi," mliiernl.
It;. Contraction, of a Jowl ah name.
17.   X.  T.  K.
IS. One  (fr, Fern.).
20.' Condition of bodily rest.
22. To (.'ulnngle (urchitlc).
2M.   Han  ol  speciach-.s.
!25. A  pronoun.
II.   A.   T,.   A.
l-*rjiif of North  Africa.
Child  (in ���-onteinin ).
Covered  with ink.
l-i'Oiiouii (poss. form).
Kong |,iveil  by Olio pel'soll,
Oppoi'lle lo cold.
Hint I  til   threiid  used   in hosh-ry.
Kg*.*  nf  it   Hiniill  iiiHecl.
Hirer hi SlherlH.
jUvi'v In  "-"eot i-i ."��!.
To cotiimlt   eridr.
INi.nt   of  i-oiiipasH.
secreted,   by
Adhi-'i-dve   subst unco
most plants.
City in  Massachusetts.
Fragrant oil from rose petals,
3. "River In France.
2. Form  of verb "fo be."
3. Also.
-I, Pari  of l.etid  (pi...
��. On lop.
7.  Anger.
���aSi.  NegaUve.
The efemnl r-arl. of man  (pi.).
Purl, of a Howcr.
Other wist:.
To coiii(""fo|*.i,lher.
.Sailor   (niclvtiaiiiej.
('stvalry sword.
21!. A long heaped up uiiiss of any sub
stance   (]!.).
1 D.
I 0.
Often All  That Is Needed Is a
Tonic to Build Up the Blood
There    are    many women who have-
been invalids or semi-invalids so long '*
that, they 'accept their condition as a
life burden.    They have endured broken   sleep;   ntomach   trouble, nervousness; headaches and weakness so long
tha-it they have given upi**hope of enjoying good health.    In most of these
cases a well chosen diet, ii'^sh air and
a tonic to build.up the blood would do
wonders. -. ��� 1"o all run-down, nervous
people ^ the  experience of Mrs. II. ,-.T.
Cainer6*n; ���"Walervale, -N.S.. will be of
deep interest".-, -She says:'���'-About, two
years ago TwJts in  a miserable rundown pbnditl'on:'    I iva's unable to. do
my   work,1 ' my'hphtl 'liclted day and
night, my  neryes iwe-'e 'iall  unstrung.
and for 'Ilime wetd-.s I could1 not'eat <ir
sleep.      I then decided* 1o    give   ,Di".
Williams' Pink Pills  a  trial  and, got.
six boxes.-    ���liy the  time  I had uaort
hair of them I felt much better, anil
when 1 had to It en! the six boxes 1 was
as well as ever.     I could work all clay
and not feel tired afklhave been strong
and healthy; evei* since.,    I. have never
taken  any7wc^anQi that  did ,1110  so
much good anl^wllJiilways highly re-
eoi-imend Div **A"J. Hnms*  Pink Pills.
you can feci, tUegbpiH-s from any
medk*lm>dbal'*-r. orlby mall.at, 50 cents
a box from The P.*. .WlllJamH' Medicine Co., IlrocKvilloi, Out.
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Entour-ifleBi Homo  Industries
The I youthful   Amir  of   Afghani stun
encourages  home   InuustrJoH.      If  he
sees an Afghan wt^ulng foreign-made
clothes he slips up bell I nil and slashes
the clothes apart wllh ti iK-nkniiV, kept
sharp I'*"' l,ul< pnrpose.    *���-
Rub ill l^nar-d'a w|th the finger
tlpr..      11, p<*nr-tra1'vf< -and  healc.
nemovoH inflammal Ion.
A remedy for every  pain.
11 J>
A drink.
Conl raid Ion ol*
To  detest.
Small   isltind.
VoinU-r   (ahbr.).
even. THE   REVIEW,    .CJRESTOjST,    B.    C.  mmm0!i$0$k!m  ! Mr. and Mrs. John C. Spinks. -parent s-  of General Charlton Watson Sf-inks,  j nsj>c.-c tos* generiiji Oi liie JEgypLiai-t  army, celebrated their golden nyeddlng  anniversary at Victoria, April f.  A number of persons wcvi*e killed and  many injured when a- train.dst--"which  they were passengers . bourn!-for-Irkutsk, Siberia, was overwhelmed by a  huge avalanche.  Ay Rettford,   Noftinghamshu'e,   faxa-  ily,! father   mother,  daughter, ^on-in-  law],-.  four    frpB:s;;'"-'-l-'iti^  children sailed for Canada recently to  take- up land in Saskatchewan.  The "Turkish National Assembly at  Angora lias voted .an, extraordinary  cre'4it of 'iSIOOel.O'OO liras for tie navy,  to be used over a. period Of five years.  It a3so voted 3,000,000 liras.Tf6't'- the air  t'oriie.   y ';."'������������������ y_ ���������        '���������'���������'-  ��������� "*, '���������_.    '*. .,.._.-.  According to information given the  special committee of the Alberta  Legislature investigating the sale iirace  of j"beer in 1he province by Liquor  Commissioner It. J. Dinning, the  hoteTmen operating licensed premises  are Hialcing a profit of from 150 to .190  per cent.  TJie' balance sheet*-"of 'the Government of Northern Ireland lor Lhe year  shoyvs a surplus5 of revenue over expenditure of ������i'50,00'0. ' The figures  on ihe surplus for .the" previous years  of Bister's existence?-as - a --'separate  state were ������47,000, ������32,000 and _������ !<_y-  000,'e respectively-  What i3 believed would he the largos I apartmQstt',.h5"Use.li^ Canadai wiH.hjs.  erected at the northwest corner.-of  Blo|r Street and II ed ford Road; Tor-  on!4, if the city consents* to!, permit  It. j The ; building would he eleven  storeys high and would contain! 1500  rootiis and batliroouiis.  Planning Mystery Trip  For Giant Submarine  ������*���������mm���������aaaa���������am_h������  Cr-a-w    of    British    Vessel    Have Beer-  Sworn of Secrecy  The biggest submarine in tlie' world  is preparing for a mystery cruise  around the world, according to the  Daily Express.  The Express says that the X-l, five  times larger than Britain's war-time  submarines, is lying at Chatham ready  to embark on the cruise. The details  of the cruise are as secret as those of  the construction of the giant submarine, about -which little is known except  that it is* a giant of its class. One  hundred and twenty-one picked officers- and men comprise the X-l's crew.  These men have been sworn to secrecy  about their craft and her approaching voyage.  It is known that the X-l carries  armament that almost Would have sufficed for a first line battleship of the  pre-war days. The submarine's  crulning radius can only be judged  from the fact that it is about to start  around the world. The vessel is capable of remaining two and a half days  below the surface of the water.  Sour Stomach Risings  -.���������*������������������  Subdued hj "Nerviliiie  A Tew Drop? Bring Relief  The wonderful relief you get from  twenty drops of Nerviline will surprise  you.- Take it in sweetened water,  and almost immediately you feel better. Nerviline brings up the~gas caused: by-"term en ting.food, ana 7 relieves  that distress..d feeling ihythe stomach.  "When coiic or cramps strike" you at  -night, Nerviline is a sure relief. For  getteral use in-4|ie- family, fqi* emergent ills, always keep trusty Nerviline  on hand. ,-.-. 35c at all dealers. ^ v  ������������������"������������������"������������������-'��������� \'-': ���������'"'���������"  ^&^.**uul<jliv^1^.l7  ,.--���������' fxelmweJ^Uerw \  ���������������  3kdeJoJL^Aia-*i'>^^.  Stomach Distress  , "The cruel pains I endured  from   piles   could  only  ba   fully  realised by others stricken by this  agonising complaint/* says Mrs. E. Reid,  of Steenburg, Ont. *' I thought I'must  suffer until I died, and despite all treatment was reduced to such .weakness  that I hardly dared to move.  "Then I'heard about Zam-Buk and  tried k, and I am thankful to say that  this grand Herbal balm proved equal to  my case���������bad as it was. I am now well,  can do a good day*s work with ease, and  am free from'the trduble which for years  rendered my life one long agony. I shall  never tire of recommending Zam-Buk.'*  Also for eczema, pimples,  psoriasis,  rash, boils, bad legs, cuts, burns, etc*  SOc. box, S.for 5t.SS.    A I" drwssisBs.  Quickiy  SOOTHES&-HEALS  Air TraverCostly For Some People  Passengers On Liners May Be Charged  Sy W'eigi-it  Fat men are much concerned over  an announcement made by Dr. Hugo  Eckener, who piloted the /a_R.--S (now  the United States navy dirigible Los  Angeles) from Friedericiishaven to  Lakehurst, N.J.. that passengers on  the air liners of the futurt- would be  charged,according to weight.  I)r. Eckener niade the statement, in  a ?leeture before the Royal Aero'nau-  tical Society, explaining that for the  ordinary voyage from London to New  York the charge per passenger would  be: about one pound sterling for each  polind of flesh. y.  HAlBAi}   SPELLS  \A/ITH   HER   HEART  >,Irs..C.  Martin. R.R.  No.  2 Orillia,  Ont., writes:���������"I  have been  troubled  with* my heart for a long time and very |  often had bad spells with it.      I would  take fainting spells, and my" husband  had   to  have   somebody   to   stay   with  me all the time.      lie got me everything he could think of to see if they  would   do  me any  good, but  nothing  seemed to help me.     One day a friend  was in to see nie and advised me to  t2f -_ /  MILBURN'S  ������f������ART AND  NERVE PILLS  !My'Tiusb'and went and got" hie two  boxes, and after the' first one was  finished 1 lelt like a different woman.  1 "cannot recominend them enough to  all those who suiter with anything  wrong with Iheir  heart or nerves."  iVlilburn's H. & N. Pills havo been  on' the market for the past, 30 year?,  arid are put up dpiy by The T. Milburri'  Co., 'Limited; Toronto, Qnt."  A "All  druggists  handle  them.''  I MRS.'-' CHAS, ��������� TRIMPBR*''- '  Kern" River, N. S.-r-"lt is a pleasure to me to write a few lines about  Di*,- Pierce's- Golden Medica'l Discovery. In August 1923 I was taken sick  and a doctor -was* called. He pronounced my case in nomination oC Un*  stomach and attended inc if or al-ont  ti week, but I -was bcMIiik worse.  My son .t advised nie lo try Dr.  1:'i .������rre'<. rjitrovery. I"������1?V1 srv, and am  Klad to say in twenty-four hours.. 1  v.';iH out ot Urd. t ������iim silll fukukK  Dr.' Pierce's .medicine. I Jiavc not  had a doctor since, t awn EccUn-t.  "ivoil foi* a woman past sixty. I would  An Attractive Cape Costume For  .- ��������� .Girls   -. ..   ���������,!  Woolen pi aid in a small, neat design'  ts used to develop the frpelt and cape  No. luli). The cosfnme consists of a  one-piece' dress with short kimono  sleeves seauied on tho shoulders, and  I������anel --front of eontriiHtlng-material.  Tbe cape is senii-circular, and is lined  with thus, same contrasting material  ���������fanning"tTio frojpt panel of tho dress.  Made in sizc-a 6, 8, 10, !I2 and 1*1 yoara.  Size !12 years requli'es S^ yards of  ���������Hit-ln<*h mnlovi'nl, and 1 :h'5 yuvtls of  coaitrusting material for dress panel  and  cape. UnlnK.'  How To Order Patterns  ���������Tlio dos with tbe "handsomest - collar doesn't al-ways put up the games':  fight. ������������������������������������ ".;���������'  The Poor-Man's Friend.-���������Put up in  small bottles that are easily portable  and sold for a very small sum, Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric Oil possesses power In concentrated foiyn. its cheapness and the varied tises" to which it  can be put. mul.e it the poor man's  friend. No dealer's stock is complete  without It. "���������.������������������...  Lancashire Magistrate: Why do you  nnt conlrol your wife? Husband, lugubriously: A man can be a lieutenant-  general in tho army, but only a general lieutenant ut home.  Bovri! Advertised More  And Earned larger Profits  . The statement presented a few days  ago to the shareholders of 23ov?Il,  Limited, at their 2Sthyannue.lmeetins,  held Jn London, show gross profits of  -������ 638^123, as compared with ������671,491  for the previous year; net ������390,992  against net  ������351,898.        -   '   "'  Both the volume of business .done  and .the net profits earned are records; and the amount spent in advertising was also the largest in the  company's history.  How successful Bovril has -been in  its advertising may be gleaned from  an incident in the' British House of  Commons last' spring when Sir Robert  Home, an ex-chancellor of tbe exchequer, said:  It did not require any second sight to  visualize th&^ leader of the ' patient  oxen [in the immediate future gazing  somewhat mournfully on his dessicat-  ed brethren,, and, in the words of a  famous advertisement, muttering,  "Alas!  my poor brethren."  Advertising is largely responsible  for the increased output, ahd Bovril  thus affords a vevy striking example  of how the '.'onsuQier benefits directiv-  from the Judicious use of Printer's Ink.  Presiding at the annual general  meeting of the Bovril Company, Sir  George Lav,*son. Johnston (chairman)  emphasized the necessity for making  life sufficiently attractive and remunerative to the primary food produeei-  in aiewly-developed countries to Induce  him to stay on the land.  Town life, with all its attractions of  cinemas, theatres, electric light, evening papers* and. a host_.of neighbors to  gossip with, was drawing the younger  country cousins to the towns in these  countries, just as it was doing at  home.  Of those who went from the cities of  Europe to the land in Canada, threes  Quarters even tuaHy! drifted back to the  cities   of thai   Dominion,  where  they  were not particularly required.    Probably only those who "knew the country-side,   the  wild   flowers,   the   trees  and the birds, and loved a bit of real  l country sport, could  got strongly attached to a new    lonely^   spot    many  miles away Irom any city.  ��������� Yet* the^couhtry interests.were often  the life-blood of the whole���������the cities,  merely ihe botHe-necks through which  the good things grown poured and paid  toll.        . _. - -  Agricultural and pastoral producers  must keep :n mind that Europe-could  only buy out of income derived in part  from the .sahs.of manufactures to the  produce-selli.ig countries, and that the  European consumer could not afford  a high range ol! prices. An excessive-  price for wheat means'privation,''possibly'starvation in'Europe, and dear  meat must eventually lead to reduced  consumption  Bovril ;LJitiitcd controls vast cattle  estates in the "Argentine and in Australia, and thus secure the beef for  Bovril at minimum cost^ It is tills  fact, added to the constantly increasing demand for Bovril which has enabled the company to maintain its' prewar prices and yet in the face of most  difficult trade situation and the payment of very heavy taxes, show record  sales and record net profits. i  The year just closed showed gross j  profits oC ������������31>,!123, net ������390,992. The]  capital employed is between twenty 1  and twenty-live millions of dollars.       j  %\%%  '-Ty s ssaaii j^&szion  of Oiflett's Pure  _FIake .Lye ia th&  disliwater when  cleaning greasy pots  ���������and pans. It will  Bare you much hard  ^   _      labs?. *  Receives Gold Medal  Charles Saunders is Honored by Royal  Society of Canada  At a recent meeting, the Royal Society of Canada, with  the consent of  the council, awarded a gold medal for  outstanding achievement in-'literature-  or science to-Charles Saunders -for 'Iii*'';1  discovery and development of MarqOis  wheat.     The propagation of this graiu  has added millions  of dollars lo the  pockets of fai-mers in Canada and the  United States, aud has been primarily  responsible  for the outstanding position of the Dominion in the production  of-grain.  :>DII.S*FjS^:^^  Don't take chance-* ftt yoor Jbior������e������^r mnlcts  fceinc Isfcia tap "irieh Ivlattnuiaor, 3������__Ka-;B���������,  Finis "Ear*-, X.aryivg3������i-, Ufaw-, Concha or  Colds. -Gl-M- "STO-HN'S" to both th������ nick  mid the -welt onn. The- ������tt������n������lard remedy  ^ir SO yearn. Giro "SFOICN*!*" for Bolt 1M*-  tomper. Hffld In two-six**! at urae store-*.t  SPOBCK BIEEWCAX- CO. GOSKE^, TX2*  IBcttb  Addrees���������Winnipeg Newspaper Union,  175 McDermot Ave., Winnipeg  Pntlcrn No,,  . Size  Ois-  -IMrs.  highly ���������rccotnni'ciid 3.'>r. Pierce's  rovery to any tiimilar sulTcr������!-i:'."���������  Cluirlcs Tvjuiper,  Kotitc 1,  Golden   Jvfedicul   Disicovciry   ia  i������������t  up, in   Drj:  Plcrcc'fl    I.alionttoiT   n*  /Ot ,. I  t-aa-llL.  both  ..i._._IU.  331*  .-.11  I it hIk*'****' Ka      -  ���������   .  . t       . a  -tlrn������fKists  iu both talilet-.  and; liquid.  J-k-asd Di\ l.'itrcc 10c for lna'1 pl*������f,  \\.    N.     U.    15. .2  KttHl (' ���������  a  1 OYftl.......    ...  ,..,.....,......-..,  3">rovlnce       ���������Mc-ntl ���������'������>.*���������������  irv->finf**or  ���������**1timp"i   ',v*r*ip   f*o.������*.  carefully) **  iFor   Sore/ Throat   Una   Mlnard'a   Linl-  m">rn  Beauty Of Skin And Hair  Preserved By Cuticura  U-ii- Cuticura Soap for daily toilet pur-  ixMiea, with t"*ucb***������ of Cutlcura Olntnrt������i.t  ua ne������d������d, and hatve frail], clear Bldn  and thick, slonity lmlr. Tkicy are Weal  for the toilet: as la alto Cutlcura Tal  rtw. i**t yiowtali-Ttitf nni" |������t-r(ni-tli.i������.  **M������ 1* lUek It.. *by_U������l". Atlilrtia Cunndknl  l**l.o( -- "0������lll������*������. 1. O. Box 1<JI������, Ualttutt"I  l-n.-ti, Sr.rt_ili-_aaaT.IOanti_n.ii_ lua������iiil Wc. 'Ittlnatu _a������c. j  8p������i#��������� Try our n*w _la*.tali>������ a tick..  A Foe to Asthma. Give Asthma  hall' a chance and it, , gains ground  rapidly. But give it repeated treatments of Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma  Remedy and it will fall back even faster.. .There Is no'halP-way measure  about this, remedy. It goes right to  ���������work and drives asthma out. It  reaches tho InmoBt breathings .passages  ���������and leaves no place foi* the trouble to  lurk.      Havo lt by you for ready use.  _ ���������_jies*health  and Strength*  FREE "SABY BOOKS  "Write to The Borden Co.  [Limited,   Montreal,   lor  too KAby WetB&re Books.    K  xm.-cm  Queer Fish In Sargasso Sea  Dr,    Will'am    Jleebe, dredging the  Siirgtmyo  Sen,  reports    e.iltlnK    somo  quoei'   flHlij,       One   has   feat Iters   and  long  wary   hair.      Another  bus  eyes'  that prolt'Udo like iierlscopes upon tlu*i  fretful   subinrirln*'.       A   third   propels :  ItHoir with hands Instead of Hum, pr������������- ]  Huniably   using   the   Australian   crawl j  Hlrolce. |  ���������For yoni-H* Mother^.raves" Worm Kx-  t^rinlniiiot" lias ranked as a i-ellabU1*  Avorm preparation and It always main-!  talus lis* rt-putntlon. |  ���������*���������'���������'- - ���������" ���������"'���������*���������  For Movie Actors?  Customer,��������� Whal Is your pt Ice gross  on <������uKUgn*m*.,*nt rin^H?  Wholemile   Crortn-.���������Arc  you   golnr*  l.o op on a i-t i o re ^ or are you  it   uiovto  actor"!  TUU   NEW   rRBNQH   RCMKOV.  THERAPION No. 1  THERAPION No.2  ^^m\    oflffl K? Haf |Pra m%mW'fl W.   _i B^m    B^S jl      *aW  Mo. 1 tfot otaUdar Cmiarrh.   Ho. * fur Blood A  Skill DlflaMLi-.*. Mo.S(or<*hronIcWeahn<-|iie������.  V.K01.UMV t.K*m'*r,ciiK--.sr������;r������-u._'. in f.st.i ������-������.t'.?-.  t>i>..t.rK;.i'.. .-c m*-.-, C\ii.,*iu,-n-vj,':.wv,i ,-.,���������.' i  or Mall SI. 1 Ol'**"'''*'.- Kwa-i-vi Si. K.,Ttv������������.\ ,.w. CtN f  artW. HI������KM������*l Sf,* *'���������*-. Nl w Vnft. CUV.  GIN PILLS'  FOR THE  l**WP*_'"' ^wW* **W^*k     **Bk *^V" ***Mr*H<(*, ^BT -V* _t"*^  Deranged Kidney*.  way in linic  lead  to^ serious illnc-ss;.  I������ you detect uny  symptom take Gin  Pills. They wilt  relieve you.  Mi'iard'--  Liniment Fine for tlie Hair     I  M  aft*M^.*_^.*l.k-*������^^  ^lyll''-M"a;"j;flT:i_tg;  mm tmmmmM  __������  __<aa*a- m aHilHaniWBrUI  \UmmmVim M_Mtiirt^-fc-_^lhWU-^*iii-ii'M  kiWASwrtWffl  ���������TrsS-SBSsSS  imM'a-mwttmi-jrm THE  CBESTfOH  JRMULWW  R������  An ice cream and strawberry- social Miss .Louise Bevan got home on } Control Board protesting against the  T^?a_r*H^spKlf??th������P,T*b:fteTS_!? ISrowtday last from Victoria, where granting of any beer license*, at  Ladies    Aid    will   be    held  at  Mrs.   8he has been attending Normal School  Henderson's on Thursday* June {JS^-Kj  7 to 9. p.m.    All Ars invited. -  During his stay here last week Bert  Nelson was successful in disposing of  his residential P.ss&get'fcV OD- yictotta  Avenue, opj^osite-r^oiy Cross Church������  the buyer being Mrs. * J. W. Dow.  *������"  l -*--��������� ' *- -  - ������. ' a   -a" -        J_������ ___���������.-"  Geo. Maw������on was showing; Creston-  itea a sample- of the smaller siae  sturgeon on Friday afternoon, his  catch being & 45-pounder whieh ha got  at the steel span" west of Sirdar that  day.  Mrs. Cherrington left on Monday  for "Vancouver, where she is representing Creston Institute at a conference  of all the. Women's Institutes of  British Columbia, which opens in febst  city pn the 23rd.. ...  ' Jackie Cooganin ."Little Robinson  Crusoe** will Sbb -sees at ths Grand, obs.  Saturday nighty June 20th, and aa'aSi  are familiar with -the story and tht?  star so popular tho&e wishing a good  seat will go early. ��������� ~~ _  .Brickson.  tbe past term. . In addition to passing  well up near the top, she also brought  homer the    Normal    School's   mixed  doubles tennis,, championship* of   the-  .1924 25 class.  The rainy weather that has prevailed  since" the first of the" 'month eased off  on Monday and since then ideal berry  weather has prevailed with "Wynndel  cfc!pp!t:-; ste first car!oad-Sot oa ������*.-���������������-  day, billed for Winnipeg. With such  a good moisture supply a crop equal to  1924 is looked -for. * '-   -  The balance sheet in connection "with  the 1925. Chautauqua reached tbe  guarantors on - Montf-sy.   Despite   the  OGIL VIE Goods are dependable  Users recommend  ���������������***! rtlpr* \\tym+    fl*|[_ttrK  *SB������-__C*I    "*r������-!ka1-K_f-KV_&j--t  Local and Personal  Raffia for sale.    V. Mawson.  Tent For Saub���������In good condifon.  Apply H. Xsym . Box 76. Creston.  Fob Sale���������Underwood typewriter,  in good shape.    Enquire Review Office.  Mrs. C. Cotteritl was a Nelson visitor  at the end of tbe. week, -returning' on  Sunday.'  For Rent���������4-room cottage on Park  Road, possession immediately. Apply  ArrowBmith Ranch, Creston.  FofeS__x,_���������Auto knitter, good aa  new, will sell right. W. Miller,  .Eriekson.  Mrs: "Varley  Nelson  friends  was    a   visitor  with  a  couple .of* days lust  wpek, returning* on Saturday.  For Sa&b���������Two-section drag harrow with drawbar, $6. Also walking  plow. $12.    ������5. Barnes, Canyon.  Miss Hazel Cannaday has joined the  sales staff at Creston Drug & Book  Store, starting work on Monday.  Strawberries and Raspberries  Wanted���������We." would like to get in  touch with growers who .sell direct t-o  the retailer.' For * reference write  Canadian Bank of-Commerce. Taylor  Bios., Medicine Hat, Alta.  0������*-*������***"��������� ������������������������������*��������� - Rt**ir in Creston- Mrs.  I*ae.hley Hall of Trail was a gtse***-. of  Mrs. M. J. Boyd, president of the  Women's Institute. Mrs. R. Stephens  had a few in to meet the vi-*itos at ft  tea on Saturday afternoon.  The two new spans put in the bridge  across Goat River on the flats were  completed by contractor G. Hendrea  and his crew - on Tuesday. Some  needed repairs are now being made to  the twin bridges to Nick's Island.  The United Church Ladies* Aid were  not favored with the right sort of  wealher on Saturday and in consequence the attendance' at their ten and  sale of home cooking' was rather slim,  the cash intake  running to about *S20.  big tent arrived this year's attendance  was larger than in 1924 and the deficit  to be -set is just a shade less in spite off  m-_~_. ���������:~_ a ___.   iicaitn j_^e.g%;____.a c������|iBijBrs.  Mrs. G. M. Argue.left on Monday  for Nelson to join Mr. Argue, who-has  a. good position-in that city^ and where  they will make their .home in future.  She has been prominently identified  with Institute and Presbyterian  Ladies' Aid work, as well as socially,  ahd will be missed from town.  to keep the Milk  Supply  and  At  ���������*__J_7������*  ��������� -f v *��������� -���������  the  __������������*-*C_t  June   meeting   of  1 ���������_Jt������_*S������"������*-i4'*_k     ^������.*%  a~ta-i������a>J_laV������ H*������ W������    **-���������������  Creston  ...   v.*������#m1������ +  Jf    ������*a������t.ai*.  Mrs. R. B. Staples was chosen director  for th bnlatfce of the -fear, succeeding  Mrs. Argue, who has moved io J-Telson  to reside. The ladies .also decided to  forward  a resolution- to   (he   Liquor  Ogilviefe l-feby  CMck Food  for healthy Chicks.  A ear of Ogilvie Products  -   just unloaded.  Jacksons  E*_W  For Sa__B���������5 head of horses, weights  from 1350 to 1550, aged from75 to 8  years. Alsotwo sets work harness,  logging truck and chains. H. S. McCreath, Creston.  Angficaii Gbureb Sefviee  SUNDAY, JUNE 21  Fob S aTjB!���������Daud^ purebred Jersey  calf, quality and quantity assured, $35  cash, come quick.    Ohus. Moore.  aspberry Crates  Anyone who wishes to place their order fat Raspberry Crates  wiih us please do so at once as we are noi  stocked with Raspberry Mattocks.  * 'Robin  Hood**   drew  house at th������* 6fhuu on S  a   well   filled  K>#*t!ir*:*s.y  ������i"aoa"r������l.  but -Friday's crowd was somewhat of a  disappointment.      The    picture    waa  easily one of the  very best ever seen  Wantko���������-Five strawberry   pickers 1 hews and at regular prices was great  and one packer, accommodation   pro-1 movie value,  vided.    EL. J?. Robson, Wynndel.  CRESTON  8 and 11 a.m.  SIR1>AR  7*30 p.m.  CHAS. MOORE, C.E.  ENGINEER :Anct-������TeeT  SURVEYOR  STteglateTudl  CRESTON, B.C.  Ft  Pianoforte, Organ ana  Singing Lessons  *"������*������*_>  ARTHUR COLLIS, Creston  P.O. iUm 1*  MeeteTHIRDTHURSDAY of  each month at Mercantile  Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  ERIC OLSON. W.M.  Have you tried the "Dry Wing  Flies?" 10% off .ill fu-bihg tackle on  Saturday, June 20th, at V. Mawson's.  Wantjbji*���������Small fruits, vegetables  and apples. State varieties. Also  eggs.    McKeown   &   Coulter,   Fernie.  B.C.    '������������������ "    ^  ���������  The output of eggs is showing a  decline and in consequence the price  of fresh eggs has advanced to 35 cents  a dozen.  Mrs. O. O. and Mrs. F. C. Rodgers  left on Sunday fos a short stay with  the latter's father. Mr. Heath, at  Invermere.  . Wood Fob Sai_b���������About fifteen  cords of first class 16 and 18 inch dry  tamaracand fir, $8 delivered.' Bert  Boffey, Creston.  Walter Fisher, who has been working on the hard surface road,building  at Host, land, the past few months, was  home for the weekend.  Mrs. Johnston of Spokane, formerly  of Cunip Lister, is spending a couple  of weeks* holidays in Creston. the  guest of Mrs. *W. Fisher.  o.  BOX I^ANIJPXO-XIJJE-JBR  CBB8TON  Spscial PrJCBS  52*3     BjHBHBna  1   second-hand   22   calibre  Remington Repeating  ���������Rifle. -  . .$12.50  I New Bfiyard ������5! fsa,!-  ibre Rifle    8,50  1 410 guage Shotgun* 12.50  I carry Ammunition for  the a&om Gums.  fUa%*������*W'WW'J������W  Jn������t the right guncr for  Orowa,   Gophers,    and  other vermin.  The hot spell that set in on Monday  has brought along an unusually large  and hungry supply of mosquitoes, that  will be with us until the high water  Tecedea.  The new road around the Crawford  hill wa fi opened for traffic on Sunday.  It pTovfidea a splendid grade and when  the gravel gets pa ck ed i n the travell-  Ingwill be idfiil.  Fob Sale���������Large drag saw outfit,  cii-cnl-tr saw and 8 h.p. gi������noUmoengine,  ulmo-it n������w. Can be aeon at the Bevan  Garage,    Creaton,    or  apply   Dowd;  Cunnadwy, Liu ter.  Hat I" or Sai-b���������Five toon of flrat  cutting alfalfa, ready nbout June 25th,  *BijO ton, delivered direct irom tho Held  in wbape  to   put  In   burn   or   (.tack.  Bert Hoffey, Crfston.  Announcement   is   made   that   the  Biullujpa pf KooU-nay.will make his 3025  rlult t������ Crebton on Monday, July 5i7th,  ' when he will officiate at a confirmation  nerwicm' Sn ChiUt Cinacli.  tt*cr������*tar-r Allen reports that.specinl  prlzeti Ar������ coining lo ������rery ������atisfactortly  for tlta Wl& fail fair, and this y+itr'i  lot of npf-ciul awurdii will be well up to  tli*r *��������� tmn'iilard of otlru-r y������arnta  Tl������������? Boi*aon OrciivintrM dinco at tho  Oihvm' TBH*atr������ "halirootii on WedouH*  d������y n"iprht l-������ t-oo good lo i-rilftm say thornm  who hav-* h/ifl the pleasurr of dancing  to fch**"r nnuslc <vn previous occanlon*-.  Thar* ������������nlH_3bt-ui)ia Ih 81 to infia. and liuliua  Rev. J. Herdman. with Mrs. Herd-  man and three children, arrived nn  Thursday last, and are getting settled  in the United Church parsonage.  They c-anie from Anyos, and the new"  pastor is highly pleased with his new  field of labor.  There was^quite a good turnout at  open meeting of the Women's Institute  on Friday night at which an address  on- Psychology- was .given by -Mrsi"  Lashiey Haii of Ti-aiii- Her talk was  most practical and very much enjoyed  by all present. .  ���������!_,.... ���������  The baseball fans should be out on  Friday night, June 18th, for--'.a-.'-;likely  looking game to be played.-, bet-**-e������in  Creston and Eriekson. The visitors  battery is announced as Watson and  Boffey, while Holmes and Fleming will  officiate for Creston. y,  The admission isfree to the Women's  Instituto flower show on y Saturday  afternoon at the Parish Hal!, and with  the fine, weather that has obtained  this week the floral display sBlonId bo  remarkably fine.. There will be afternoon tea- and sale, of hotne cook inn.   .  Creston put over ita fifth snecrsuive  win at baseball on the Kitchener nine  at Kitchener tm Sunday afternoon,  when the score of the five-inning  contest was 5 to 10 in the local's favor.  The game was marred by a mishap to  catcher Jim Dodda of the Creaton  team, who had his leg broker, in the  play of tho first innings. ,,  25 FORI SALE!:  Thxirs.m Friday, Saty.9 June ISiJ99iI&  wPrepare for Summer!  Prepare for Vacation 1  DRUGS*    FANCY GOODS.    STATIONERY  and TOILET ARTICLES  CRESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE  . ' GEOaKBtiliY  MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY DESPATCHED  _9 '  FLOWER  Fruit Growers, Attention!  ���������    ' . 4*r ' "��������� J . '        '      v '  -'   ���������   '   -  We are offering you this year a superior Box, am the  box ends are Pine and Spruce, and we supply one-  piece tops and bottoms, unless otherwise specified.  PRICES UPON REQUEST. *      Permit us ho supply your Boxoa  Western Box & Shingle Mh!a, LtdL  P.O. Box 9L JV^  M*  Creaton mid District*- Women-s In  otituto will hold their Annual  Flowor Show in tho PARISH  HALL, ORESTON, on  Saturday, June 20  3 to 6.30 p.m.  Afternoon  Tea Served.  Sale of Home Cooking.  Noii-mom%>t*ra of the Inutitnto will  lie ohnrged an EntryrFea of 25a  First and   Second   Prissoa  when  two *>r rtiritrft a*mtiria-.a.  ENTRIES to h& mado with the  Seorotary, Mra, CSieiTington, on or  l>4ifor<������, .Tiino 19th.  i-"������,rT^lgpiig;'i\l|iiii;8;.-  3:  We alao handle a line of GUiKRANTEED SECOND  HAND USED CARS.  with a full line of Car Parts aud Acceaaories,  j^-~l^M^^aTl  f^^m\^Mmf  Skm>mi&%Zmi-  ESB^^fc   ^fflmSS ^S   gg    ^^S     W^l ^5  ^S   _S^>m__ d������!^Si%m.     flS1     ^y^m      mWS.    ^^^*^S   ^^^^  K'P M'.'jfl.lll . -^ I������*aIIre Ahr.  ���������Mr fennM -������   ������r ������i ������    . ]mmmr ,  itsm WW *p m m  ������ "mm. mmm  R. 8. BEVAN, Prop. ' Excl&si&e Ford. 'Dealer  ESS^Ssi*t"������


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