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Creston Review Jun 26, 1925

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Array WlMaWW'iEBB  MM  laWaalWl  j. ��������� a,��������� ~6     *������ ,   ,. ,        ~  slllnte^ower';  SI_������ow Best Held  Although   the  terrifBc    heat   that  prevailed ou Saturday kept down   the.  at&sncf|*������������ce at tise^Stiwa! Sower show  of  Creston    Women's   Institute   tho  ehowjoff blooms wad fully  up 'to .the  standard of oth***-" years yeaSs both in  ^usutsty asdqiw-JJty s**hils the profua-1  ion ~ of flowers  and 'greenery* deftly (  handled for hall decoration   gave  the  "building soda an attractive appearance  that the first.. expression   heard   f rotn  tbose entering was the splendid   look  of tlie  hail;   The  judging   was   very  satisfactorily  done    by   C. B. Twigg  and K. Stark, who  placed... the   prize,  tickets as follows: *���������   -  Roses���������Mrs. Jas. Cook. 1st and 2nd.  Pinks���������Mrs. Cook; Mrs. Edmondson.  Sweet    William���������Mrs.   M." Young.  Mrs. Mallandaine.,  ___    -'-S-     -  k  California     Poppy-���������Mrs.      Mallandaine, Mrs. Varley.  Snapdragon���������Mrs.  Cook, Mrs. Varley.  Canterbury    Bells���������Mrs.  -  Pochin,  Mrs. Varley.-   * _  Foxglove���������Mrs. Pochin* Mrs. Varley.  Cornflower���������Mrs. Hayes. Mrs. Lyne.  Pansy���������Mrs. Cook, Mrs. Mallandaine  Delphinlnm--Mrs. B. B. Staples. 1st  &nd 2nd.  Petunia���������Mrs. Cook, Mrs. Staples.  Columbine���������Mrs.    Cook,   Mrs.   Hd-  '"��������� moudebn.  Cape , Forget  Me   Mot���������Mrs. Cook,  Mrs,, Edmondson.  Py retheum���������Mrs. M. Young, 1st a_d  *������=_-������  ments. The entertainment features  were given by the scholars, who'jSur*.  ing, proceedings presented the teacher,  Miss Rose Cherrington, with a- suitably worded address and several pieces  of French ivory, in appreciation of her  ���������services as principal since the first of  the year- the address   being   reacl   bv  v "^ "a*"* <iT  Elmer BLuseroit. A lunch was served  at the close and the affair was very  much enjoyed hy aiL  ^^Sn������ith.  Likes Wembley  *  ������������������**,.  A   $-  Any other variety���������Mrs. Cook, Mrs���������  Mallandaine.  l*"*to*-f_������s���������M rs.  St^j-ttes,  - t  'Morrow",  -Mrs.  .Jftrs.     Wa.  Mrs.    M.  -uoitectien     u**am9  Pochin.Jatra J& Yaw _  Genraiam-~MvBr_ M.  Voting,  Varley.-.. ,   . "*"���������  Begonia���������Mrs.  Young.  Primula���������M%  Young.  Fern���������Mrs. Cook, Mrs. Hayes. --'  House plant,   ai������y pother  variety���������  Hayes, Mrs. VarSey.  Boqiietwild flowers���������Helen Pochin,  Margaret Mill������?r.  Best single esatry���������Mrs. Staplers.  The xeceiptB from the sale of refresh  ments -"-nd home  cooking _were in the  neighborhood of ���������26. ~~  Mrs  Alice .Molander and Ellen Andeen  are ut Creston this'week, where they  are writing on the high school entrance  examinations, which last until Friday  night.  Mrs. Bush and her two -sons are  away at present on a visit with  retaiives and friends at United States  ". Mrs* Devlin, who has been away on  nnitj. An ovt^anafc^j vicjfc ?-a_st arrived  home a few days ago, accompanied by  hereon, Clarence, who has been a  prairie visitor for some time past.  C. K. Paulson and young son arrived  in from Spokane at the end of the  wee|t. Preparations are about completed for. operations to resume early  nest week.  _". iLaPage, who has been employed  with Mr. Geroux on a logging contract  near Nelson,  is here   for a few days.^  being off work with a cut ankle.  The Baseball Club" dance- in Hunt's  hall on Saturday night was /airly well  ai-tended. hut it did noi, change the  team's luck as they were beaten again  by Cfestom eti Sunday afternoon, oy  an 8 to 8 score.  Mr. Neelands and an associate  arrived a few'days  ago   frusn   Idaho,  ���������ah^t&HHtej^^ the^ther* -  'men who aire working, at the'Leadville  mine. -  Building operations'in the residential line are unusually active thisyear.  Mr. Molaiider*-*i new residence ss about  rejady for occupancy, and the new  cottage home of R." DrifiEtl on Kitchener Heights is well along toward completion. Mr. Devlin is having an  addition put to his house, and a back  verandah has just been added to the  residence of J������. McGonegal.  The many friend***, of Corp. A, E.  Smith, who was Sat^fy in charge of  the. Ores-ton post of- the R.C.H.F., but  now on duty at th&-British Empire  Exhibition^ will be' "lad to hear - that  Mrs. Smifcfa. and the^o children,' Inez  and .Colin.' - have Reached England  safetey, and- have |aken apartments  near "unndon.;   - ���������' krrj s  Writing to"a- Creston friend Corp.  Smith tells off a moat* interesting visit  he had at the. Canadian Pavillion with  ������������������Colonel" Edsnond^V who served in  the    Northwest-..Hejbellion. with   the  same    detachment ,;off  red   coats   as j[visitors to Creston on  Yard master !L_6asby of Sirdar, and tells  of th*-   s*-������rrE5������g_ ifs&ss  at  Fort-  Pitt  Duck- X*ake and   other point**   where  the indiaos gave tbe\Canadian troops  plenty of   rifle   practice   in   the   Reil  Sunday evening had to be cancelled.  The mosquito season is at- its - height  and MS the pests are worse than ever  this year worship was out of the  question. " .     '  Jas. Mannerino, who has been at  Nelson hospital for ten days due to an  injury to his knee, got home at the  -Srst " of the week, navigating on  crutches which he will have to u**e fo?  a few weeks to give the injury a  chance to recover.  Mr. *md Mrs. K. Heap, who have  heen Here on an extended visit, left for  their home in Coalhnrst, Alberta, at  the end of the week.  Mr. Walthers andP children,   along  [ with Mr. and Mrs. LiOasby. were motor  Monday.  40 Pupils Trying  SOpbiCZi  Of  lea&t  ���������������r_.������a   Alice Siding  a-^������������*a������__4-r ������*������   _US__a_������_.  "With the exception  two pupils writing on the  Entrance to High School examinations  airOreston this week* with Miss Wade  and -Miss 2. Holmes of the public  school staff presiding. The exams,  commenced on Wednesday and will  conclude this afternoon. The following  are the students writing.  Canyon���������Ruth Clayton, Edward  Clark, Helen McEobb, Harxy Van-  Ackeran.  Craigie,   Mollis  TT���������ggMrv _____-������?____d M_&s?tisi,   Seislah  _*esi-  .I-totef  and  Bro-ca-On June 18th, to Mr.  Mrs. W. K. Beard, a daughter .  W. MEtoheii, sr.. who is just getting  over A severe attack of the flu, is a  visitor from Kellogg, Idaho, at his  home here, and expects to remain for  about a month.  Miss Clark, of the nursing Btaff at  the Cranbrook hospital, is spending a  short vacation here, .the guest of Miss  Ruby Lister. ,-.-  Rev. J. Herdman took his first  service in the Lister United Church oh  Sunday morning, and whs greeted by  with ������ representative turnout. Until  the second minister arrives on the  ���������circuit he hopes to be'.paying .I4ster  ���������fortnightly visits.  Mr. and Mrs. Niblow and family are  .-Moving this week to their new home  at Canyon City,   where   he   has   pur  chased a ranch.  A. P. Lye, who is working at  Kimberiey, was home for a.few days,  arriving On Thmwlay and returning  on-Tueiaduy. ���������'  Mr. Willis of. Kimberiey was s  visitor for a f������w days at the end of the  weefe, a guest of Col. and  Mrs. Lister.  The school uttondance is rather slim  this week, due to the abaenoe of eight  pupils at Creston writing on depart-  meutat examinations. Those taking  the high school ��������� tests are Frances  Malthouse, ,June .Huscroft, Alee.  Mitchell and Ehnor Hu������.crofU The  Entrance candidates are Dorothy  IStiblow, Floasie Evans, Jack Jory anil  Doris Millington.  Friday afternoon last at the Ulster  a   .      a   , a a    ��������� a-' _  OL.aaava.ta  -ar*������la������   ii������t |J**������J-     ������a;������<f������ta������     ������l������������f     vm>     4*  social 8������snlbn at which   thore   was   a  pi-ogramms, preeetttatton and .ref������*esh-'  AH&m Sitting  Alice Siding claims the first of the  season record for raspberry shipping  this!year, the Tievelyan ranch having  a crate of them for Cceston Valley  Produce Company on Sunday.  Mrs. W. T. H. dmith of Poi thill,  has returned home after a short visit  with her daughter, Mrs. Dick Smith.  Mi's. W. Payne got back on Sunday  from a few weeks' visit with old  frier<d6 at Mountain View. Alberta.  Frank Simister is busy at^ present  with tbe erection of ah addition to. his  ranch home here.  The newly weds. Mr. and Mrs. W.  Kelly, left on the 13th for their future  home at Elko, where tbe groom iu in  charge of a farm.  Miss Ruth Compton is~again holding  down the position of assistant account  ant   with   the   Creator-   Oo*Operati~o  Fruit Exchange, starting  work   with  the rush of the berry season."  John Johnson of Wynndel, who is  Held boss for the Reed Jk Mather  strawberry harvest, la easily the  busiest man in the district with a staff  of about 86" pickers and eight packers  to supervise. The crop this year  should run.to 2000 -crates, with the  biggest day *������o far on Sunday, when  166 orates were loaded.  ���������   " ���������     ���������       '    ��������� !  E. Ostrenikl haa the misfortune to  lose hla hay shed, which   was   full   of  hay. by flTts'n.bout_.'tWStt'������d*iy eveninp;..  The fire caught from a smudge which  was being carried by his young son,  Charles, and with help scarce and the  Are burning fast the Are got such a  good start that when .help arrived  little could be done to save anything  hot the surrounding bulldlnga. Mr.  Ostrenskl    w ishes    to    express     his  t������|tg'(.wat'aMa.at*a* U|  i,ia ||������*������Mul  wurk uomt by  the neighoc-rs and friends In saving  his house and other outbuilding^-.  An interesting feature*of the exhibition on Ju������e;lSt-was.! the exhibition of  life size-stisttss of-the Prince of Wales  made of Canadian batter in which he  represented a chit?������ of the Stony  Indians. Corp.. Smith was on duty at  the Canadian building that-day and  estimates that not; less than 15.000  people had a look jit ..the future king  that day. ..-  On another occasion Corp. Smith  states -*I-*isp. Hill ajfid six of us stood  beside the Royal.Diss on the opening  day of the Exhibition; in the Stadium.  We-wawi? ������urily sbo-_s������.1"f������-e yards away  from th.- King^an������|, ^tteen. It was a  glorious -i-ight. .There 'were, about  111,@Q& present. -The; massed bands of  the Guards, Air .Forced Msrineis. etc.,  played together, aind, the music could  not have been beaCea. '"  ^^Id&mtSten.!sesjto������-f������i%fe fthe*"������^_nnSra������>  it did when! left it^twelve years ago,  only the people around. Wembley art-  all out to make money, in fact one gets  disgusted -with theiu^ ' The Mounties  who iire over here this year are a little  older than the 'previous draft, and  they are making a great hit, and  trying to keep up the reputation of  ths? s;!d force. "So far we have escorted  the Queen, the Duke and Duchess of  York and several others of the Royal  Family through tbe Canadian Pavilion, wh'.ch I must Say looks fine.  Everyone says it is the beat in the  Exhibition and I must say I thoroughly agree.  Raspberry shipping at Eriekson is  the earliest in years. Sam Fraser,  Geo. Leadbeater and Joe Drexler  being the early -ones, ������-ach havirg a  crate for export on Monday. The  crop will be lighter IBata usual this  season.  Cabbage is another unusually early  shipper, Clements & Young supplying  Creston Valley Produce Company witb  a 100 pound crate of it ffor shipping on  Monday, some of the heads weighing  Qve pounds.  Mrs. F. Vt .Staples returned* o���������  Saturday from a week's vtBit with  Ferni*-* ������5u C������-������nbroo������ friends.  Eriekson���������Florence  so_T������tewart Penson.  c     3.teacfOstr���������-Ca.fc������eH������c  f Hurry_7  Kitchener���������Ellen Andeen, Alice  Molander..  Sirdar��������� William Touhey, Mike Tal-  s>rico,  -  "Wynndel���������Sylvia.  Benedetti,   Edna  Davis, Adelaide Rosindale.;'"  Camp Lister���������Florence Evans, Jack  Jory, Dons Millington, Dorothy "Niblow.  Creston���������Wadine Bell,- 'Isabel Burnett, Fred Burnett, _ Edith Couling,  Ooyd Couling, Victor Grundy, Alex.  Henderson, lily Le^-Hs, "William Man  uel, Eric Martin, Marion MacDonald,  Ijouise Nickel, Harold Spc-ers, Harry  "Webster, Mabel West, Bvroa  Willis.  SlriKmrnrnT  Meodames brawn, Loasby and  Dennes were at Ci*eston on Saturday,  where they, attended;' the annual  Women's Institute flower show at the  Parish Halt They state that the  show of blooms and the general  appearance of . the ' building was  wonderfully sttractivei  The church service scheduled for last  Xt. T. Leveque got baek on Mond**y  from. Vancouver where he has been  the past few weeks under medical  treatmemv~tsutia not yet enjoying his  former day health., ~  -_tf*K ������*������������������������ _ Ma 1  GRAND THEATRE   -  Saturday, JUNE  proper^  Mi ----  called some .weeks   ago,  to V. WV Speaker, 'who is occupying  the props-sty.  Frank. Tompkins is the -latest  Erfssonite to*'adopt the koto for trans-  tation. He took delivery of a 1025  Chevrolet from the Lidgate garage at  Creston last week.  Five pupils fi*om Eriekson school are  at Creston this week writing "on the  Entrance examination papers. They  are Florence Craigie, Molly Kemp,  Edward Martin, Beautah and Stewart'  Penson.  Mit-B Rich ter, teacher of Division II.  of Eriekson school, was agr������*eably  surprised on Saturday afternoon when  ahe found herself the guest of honor at  a miscellaneous shower at the home of  lilrs. Geo. Cartwright, about forty of  her' Eriekson frieuds ffnt-egatheringj  that, afternoon to present her with it  variety off gifts more particularly  adapt* d for housekeeping in. view of  her marriage to a well known Kimberiey resident early this fall. Varied  am linemen ta were the order of the  occauion, along: with, refreshment, the  affair being much enjoyed by all the  guests.  _ln the Hi****!:. School sosss Af thsb  students haVe been promoted ������od the  strength of the standings taken at the  examinations held duf-hifg the yeass  whilst others ase writing on papers set  by the department but. -which "will be  j examined locally, wtijle t^horo: desiring  ^SAagggaagl ���������"'RAfcBwa.traaast     tagtii*  ^ __miSi'fare_t._g8afcStfjgf  |^i������ wrtti^-tanaier _tl_*'''^itifierviBiok7wS!-  has been soidP^^^*^%%f' T1^ ^-^w  ������*������������-  e&fs from Os&erHrlib "aa-e-^a^issg" "ihe;  first-year fa^h' ecttool   exaxn^ations,  all off whose :paper������7 will   be etxarhibed'  at Victoria.   The  interested students  t-snr     tnnf   ������-**->*_. Mm^qjoi.^  ������M_r     *fc-������*   *^ -i*a������-.-, ���������������������������-**  Colleen  m  ���������    *��������� i.  r lining  A  s������-������s <  Gmmyon GStjf  Will litish, who has been Btnylng  with Mr. ttiiid Mr*. Knott ffor some  months past, has gone'to Cranbrook,  where he Is working In a dairy in that  town,   y  Canyon and Eriekson schools will  have joint closing exerolsea at Eriekson today. A varied programme has  been arranged for both morning and  afternoon, with a picnic style lunch at  moon.. ��������� i   ��������� ' ��������� ������. -���������* ,  are: _  .  Promoted from Grade IX. to Grade  K^in order of merit���������Edward Bosh,  Clarence^Staples, Winnifred Palfrey-  mann, Kobert Long, Joyce Moore,  Dick Hall, Lillian Cook, Charles  Cottertll, Floyd Celli.  Writing final exams, for promotion  Grade 1ST tn Grade 2L���������Jesane Hall,  Alvin McMasters, jtiiimer jttuscroft,  M^va.Husci oft, Frances E. Malthouse,  ThOmas Mitchell.  Promoted from Grade X. to Grade  XI. En order of merit���������John Murrell  Helen Moore, Donald Young, Clara  Morrow, Annarretta MeDonald, Edith  Crawford, James Cherrington, Ivan  Staples. Ben Crawford.  Writing   final     examinations    for  Jrombtion to Grade XI.���������Marion  ���������earmonth, Effle L-Utlejohn, Charles  Holmes. Nancy Downes, Jean Craigie,  Clarence Wilson, Ollie Christie.  Normal Entrance and Matriculation  ���������Robert Crawford. Jack Hall (matriculation), Evelyn Hurry, Irene Huscroft, Kathleen Littiejohn, Nttseie  McRobb, Edwin Staples (matriculation), Gladys " Webster, Loreen  Williams.  The high school exams, continue  nntil Monday, and the names of the  successful ones in this department  its well ss the Entrance will be  announced in about live or six weeks  Entrance to high school examinations  at that point. They are Helen McRobb, Makry Nouguler. Thelma. Vance,  Ruth ".Clayton, Harry Van Acker an  and Ted Clark.  The Ladies* Community Club are  having a dance and ice cream social at  tha* schoolhouse tonight, June 26th, lo  ti'liJcIi sit &rc ixivltdi.  star in a Com-  B**nH TM ^^^l^t^H^^H ��������� sir H HH  etyoy  w  REGULAR PRICES  ' J tin Bateman Is having a visit of a  few we������������k������ from his brother, who  tti*rivt-*<l a few days ago from Leth-  bridge. Alberta.  . The United Church was inaugurated  at Canyon on Sunday afternoon, when  Rev. Mr. Herdm-wi took thf f������-������rv!e������  here, after being ut Lister In the  morning. As a speaker and in meeting the people ho made a very favorable Impression.  Gordon Vance has got into the auto*  owning class, taking delivery of a  Ford touring car last week from the  Bevan garage at Creston.  m>  ft Six pupils from Canyon school are  at CJreston   this   week   writing on the  The vetch, which is grown for a  eOver crop in Canyon orchards is  showing a remarkable growth for this  time off.yeMr. Koine of it-having already  attained eight feet In length.  The strawberry shipplnj* season is at  Its p-Caik lists *>-,'���������������*_���������_, an st the cra-p will  all be pretty well shipped within" the  next.ten day*. - The yield this year is  ���������.boot the best in Canyon's history,  and prices are������qually satisfactory.  Alf. Neliton of the Creston Valley  Produc*- Company, wan a business  .visitor at Cranbrook  and  Kimberiey  **t t.fc.*" first f.* fl?"-" mtrmmh t Mht* aurtll Hl*������*l**-  open a   retail   fruit   business   at   the  latter pi****.  ���������WaaaaM.aawawt*aaa*ataaaiawtiaMaw..ii.aa mwaa.,  IWJWWJIMnjl|l__l^llt'_������_W������W������������__MIWW������WMlll<W  Maaaamaaiaat���������aa,iB,iii,in,-_i.t',1^,%..il. .''^in fmiiatf^riiimri'i'i'iiinTii_lg__Fii___SM__ni_iii_  SSBKsfflSSSS  mm  WMiMWWal^WWiW  WWM.MMMWigllJSiaiipilMj^^ MWaWWillPWI^  liv^wfiii-gjiiagi^^  #mmmmmw������tmm  WjtjBlBjStJSBBj ���������&r4r+J^i^*%2)������tm*t-t!.V>  KfSXStV^XZ&S&WES  erf^nr i i"ra������*giffi"tfgl^3������rmijSg  /"  TW&   KEVBBW.    CRESTON,    B.    C.  ���������*#*  Canada's Child Immigrants  British Capita] Available  Real  Enterprises Will Have Plenty of  Investors  "English =y1*itoi**s are sensible "people-  and are unlikely to visit. upon genuine  Canadian eiiter'-n-rtses thefr' legitimate  grievances -'-in cbnneel ion ""vitlv "brand  Trunk matters." . .-    .  *��������� **        . "  **"*  This is tlie* remark of the Financial  Times, in comiect'on wiih statements  ^regarding Canadian minert. made by  I>r!. -Mcintosh Beltf just before liis departure for panada, -which have been  largely' used in the British financial  presff. " jB,e.li; a"Qd his colleagues have  an eirvia ble .reputation - for ������ energetic  development by straight and fair*finanr  cial -methods.  - In. the course of an interview Dr.  Bell "gavt. a satisfactory account of  the Keeley and "Vipond developments  in Ontario. He -denied that Vipond  had - been . acquiring neighboring  property.  BLEMISHES OF THE SKIN  The tide or immigration i-s again flowi_ig Canada-wards and prospects are |  that the number of incoming settler.- this rear will be in excess of those for  any year sinct- the outbreak of the war. It is also fairly evident thatimucli  K���������."���������&.ter care is being taken in the selection of immigrants by officers of the  Jifpartroent of Immigration and Colonization overseas than was formerly  the case, with ttu- result that thorp 1s a fairer chance of thos'"* actually arriving, in this country making a succes-. of iheir venture.  Better -machinery for the placing of settlers from the British Isles and  assisting them in making a real start has been created under the arrange-  -'meals arrived at between the .Canadian, and British Governments through  Hie medium of the Overseas Settlement Committee. There is reasonable  hope, therefore, that while there may be an increase in numbers, there will  be a still more striking improvement in the" quality of our new settlers and  in  the probabilities of their success in Canada.  Kspec'ally satisfactory is the Increased interest being taken both in  <"reat Britain and in. Canada in the subject of child' migration and settlement  in this Dominion. Last year a- delegation was appointed by the British  '���������"���������ov eminent, on the request of ��������� the Canadian Government, to visit Canada  and obtain first-hand information, on. this very, important aspect of immigration, which delegation has made an instructive and constructive report. At  ilio. samp time the Committee of the Social Service Council of Canada on  Immigration! and Colonization concentrated its attention last year upon the  quest-ion of child and juvenile immigration, and it, too, has made a comi-  SK*ehensiv-e*a*oport on the subject. '������������������    .--  .���������Unquestionably there ia much to be said both for and against* child immigration/although, it is probably much easier to advance objections than it is  to cite cogent reasons in support of such immigration, but the conclusions  reached by both the investigating bodies above, referred to Appear, to'"favor.  such immigration within reasonable limits, providing necessary care is taken  in the matter of selection ol' these young immigrants, and proper supervision  undertaken after their anival in Canada, first in the matter of placement in  footer homes or as apprentices, and later that they are protected and''assisted until well established in Canada..  In support of child immigration there is the definite conclusion of ihe  I'riiish delegation that the prospects for these boys and girls in Canada are  bHf.cr.Jhan tht.3- would have been had they remained in the United Kingdom.  .-Tiiere is the further fact that Canada needs population, and that it is the  desire of most Canadians that a preponderating number of immigrants should"  bf of British birth. Then there is the argument that these children will more  easily become adapted to Canadian ways and more readily absorbed into the  'He of the community than would be the case with those more advanced in  yt'wi-f*. - ' '  -On the other hand it is urged that as many of these children are -;Poor  Law Children" who have become -cliarges ��������� of Bdards of Guardians through  poverty or other failure of the home, or who have been committed to industrial schools lor off.'nces. or are orphans or "under-privileged" children  vho.-rt. honied arc unsatisfactory for one cause or another, they constitute a  nn I menace to Canada as future citizens" and the parents of Canadian-born  <:hilth-t'n.  Thf responsibility for final approval of children to be emigrated 10 Canada  resl.-f, liow-t'vi'r, with ilu  i in I's'-ir timvi-r to ri-j*������et any child recommended for emigration. lt follow--. tiVt-r*-t!or������-. thai ii" propa-r in sun-el U������u and examination lakes place-ami  ri-������Hi' inquiry made in:o ih< antfc-rHlenl.3 of each child, much of the danger  in b- apjar^lit-jidt-'al iron*  the abort' cause.,  can b������������ avoided.  Im-."i   ih--   lifiLisli   itiiti   (.'smatllan   invio-stigaUug   bodies-   are  -unanimous   in  t ��������� 1 '.'Oinini.. n'tinu ;au;ii:irit   th-   im migration of very young* children  and they ary  and   glrEs   who   have  reached   the  school-leaving   age  Are Proof the -Blood is in a "Weak  and Watery Condition  One   of   the   surest, signs   that  the  blood is out of order are tho pimples  and     unsightly   .eruptions  that break  out on  the face or body.      The same  condition is indicated by an attack of  eczema  of scrofula.      You  cannot get  rid..of these troubles by    the    use   of  purgative iaaedicines, as so many people   try   to   do.      Purgatives   merely  gallop  through  the sy.stem and  leave  it- still weaker.     "What is needed when  the blood is shown to be out of order  is a tonic which will restore its missing elements and leave the blood rich  and red.      Por this purpose    there    is.  no    other    tonic    can equal Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, every dose of which  helps enrich the blood, drives out impurities, and brings a now feeling of  health and energy.     Mrs. R. E. Bishop,  Hawthorne, Ave., Hamilton, Ont., tells  for   the-   benefit   of others what these  pills did tor her.      She says:���������-'"I was  'suffering'.'-terribly, from   Scrofula.      I  doctored   with  several    doctors/   but  without success^     My complexion was  sallow, I had no strength, feeling very  weak and languid.      My neck, was full  of lumps called scrofula, and at times  the*y were very painful.    After trying  several so-called blood medicines, Dr.  Williams" PinkyPills were recommended to me and I got half a dozen boxes.  After.-taking- them I found a decided  improvement  In   my   appearance,  and  to my joy the lumps were disappearing from  my neck. -V- 1 persevered In  the treatment,, and finally    the    only  sign left of "the trouble was a scar on  my neck where  one of the swellings  broke.      Since that time I have been  in robust  health and heartily recommend Dr.. "Williams' Pink Pills to any  suffering  from Impure  blood."  You can get these pills through any  medicine dealer" or by mail at 50 cents  a box from The Dr. Williams'*-Medicine  Co., Brockville, Ont,  Asthma Cannot Last when tjie.great-  est of all asthma specifics Is used. Dr.  .J. I>. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy assuredly deserves this exalted -title. It  has to 3ts credit thousands. oi! cases  which other preparations had failed to  v benefit. It brings helo. to even the  Canadian Government ofiicials in Kngland who have . most    seveie    cases    and brings  the  STANDARD Of QUALITY. FOR OVER 50 YEARS  ������0MisB������KiiijBi;vf#E> m&mm&iWmiiz  Field   Marshal   Haig's   Visit  Proposal is Made to Change Date of  Arrival at Ottawa  A change in the date- of the visit to  Canada of FieM Marshal Haig is proposed in a cablegram received by the  Dominion command, G.W.V.A., from  the London headquarters of the British Empire Service .League-��������� With  the previous arrangements" it was  found that the -'governor-general, Lord  Byng, could not be at Ottawa for the  official -welcome, -so it is now "proposed to advance* the date of Haig's arrival to Sunday, June 28, instead ot  July 19, so thai His Excellency may  be present.  "Under the -new arrangement,- the  conference of the* British Empire Service Leagues will open in Ottawa on  June 29, continuing for three days,  after which " t3ie~7fieid marshal and  Coun te'ss Haig, their daughter, Lady  Alexandria, and party will make a  brief tour of Canada, going west to  Winnipeg.  To Improve the Mind  League  of Nations  Will   Prepare   List  .Of 600 Best Books .   v  The League of Nations announces a  plan to prepare yearly a list of 600 "of  the best hooks which have appeared  ! during the preceding twelve months  in various countries of the world. The .  underlying idea is the desirability for  closer intellectual -contact. , The projected list will include as subjects,  history. Saw, social, science, theology,  philosophy, classical, literature, art.  geography, travel and literary history.  London- Living  Space  Crowded  Her Troubles  -tf tt������j_V*������j-���������m        ���������mm*' mmm******* ^m-mm* w*������  Quebec   Lady   Tells   off   Benefits  Derived from .Dodd's Kidney  Fills  Bu/iks  Compressed     Furniture     and  Installed in Newest Fiats  The demand for living space, in London is so acute that bunks,! one above  the other similar to those-aooard ships  which fold up out of^elght when not  in us.e, have been installed in some of.  the newest flats in the crowded City  ot London, where inches have to be  taken . into    consideration    whenever  am..?  Va-l-l tlrl^Tl ct  3*t  "Holraa^ _rj_ri"l-ta_������ .  Another innovation -lit the- compressed furniture line is a- "sis"-in-  one" contrivance which iticlutles a  folding bed, washstand, eldest of drawers, .-mirror, shoe rack, and space to  place the bedding when the bed is not  made up.  One New York milliner has developed a profitable business by renting  hats to .women for special occasions.  11   3111.  f.'siiiatinit. mting ;<k;iirt.-'t  rt-.i'i*i"l    ll'iat    r>n"\-   bi'O  s-iifiau'd  he  allow--! -o  I'ii.   ih������-it- part'tiij*.  Ii i.i 1 ik���������*wi,--,<- tii*-- opinion  "ii'-a-r t'ljt.-f fhildri'-n n-arili "In7'  iln-'ir '������pyr������jrii i<*������*rthJji. !������* in xtill  1 f������*i ion ami hi'lpCul ar-.t-isiaiict--  \\ 1 hey ;ir������*  tn)   eltit-a-sn  niiy'-.ii'-,  t'xcepi, oi course, Uiost- who are acconuiiuiy-  f.i' ilia-- <!iiii;iili:i.n investigating committee, thai:  apff a-if elRliK-.-n, nnd nre then discharged  from  i������������'<-if������������sary thai sonic plun of supervision, probe pro. id'-i.l  by ilu- nopartmt-'iii, of linnilgrallon  noi mi fall by "h<* way.sid������������ ins"<*ad ������>i; becoming happy and success-  1. uv,   aHSf't   ra*her  Hum  a   liahllily  to   the Dominion.  ��������� :���������: ~  ��������� "t -"���������*���������*--������������������1 -"��������� -.'--;" " '"���������..���������'..j..:..'..-i.-~.������������������-;:.,..:.:..... j___.  patient to a condition of blessed relief.  Surely suffering from asthma Is need  less when a remedy like this is so  easily secured.  Watching  Moslem  Drama  Great Britain, France and Italy Vitally  "Interested  Great Britain,, France" and Italy are  watching the Moslem drama. It may  have vital-"consequences _tp' all of  them and to every white power with  a foothold in Africa oi* Asia. Not  that there is any danger of a holy  war. Ialani'^Vl.riteriia-i'-'-.riVar* must end  and its ranks close before the groen  flag or-the prophet becomes a menace.  The .continuing Islamic ferment,  however, is not making tho "white  man's burden" any lighter, and at any  time may take an ominous turn for.  tlie western world. ^-Philadelphia  Ledger.  ��������� -       .'...  v     . ^""  She Advises All Persons Who Suffer  From Diabetes.-and Kidney Trouble  to  Use  Them.r - **  Herbertville. Que. ��������� (Special).���������-"I  hav e found your Dodd's Kidney Pi lis  -excellent. For ten years I have suffered from diabetes and pains-in my  kidneys. J have consulted: many doctors. I have had their treatments  without resul ts. They' told 5 me my  case was incurable. I had heard of  Dodcl's Kidney Pills and I decided to  give' them a trial. I took several  boxes and my health seemed to improve.  ���������;A.% continued taking them and today -  I am quite well.      I can eat anything  I wish.     1 always keep a box of Dodd's  Kidney Pills in th.e-house and" If my  kidney trouble re-appears I take a few  and the trouble disappears.      If any-,  one suffers from diabetes or bad .kid. 7  heys they should take Dodd's Kidney  pillS." -x:<-~---x:.ry,-    r-y::;,:--.��������� .-   -- \yy^'  -,.,.-.ThisJ-    statement    is    sent to us by  Dame ;E; Gua3* of this places  Dodd'.*- Kidney Pills will relieve kidney trouble no matter "-yhere or in  what.form it is found.    '  English 'women during the seventeenth century w-ore the engageinont  ring ou  their thumb,  The Oil of Power.���������It is hot claimed  for Dr, Thomas' Ecloctrlc Oil t.htvt It  will remedy every ill, hut its uses are  so various thai. it. may;bo.*looked upon  iis a. .K������*neral "iiahi ntilter. j It has  achieved thai;' greatness- for.itself and  its exoH'Jeuco Is known* to till "yvho.have  testi.-d ltn virtues and. learned by experience.  7 Bullet 100 Years Old  .Workmen building shelves in the  ne^vr. customs long room at Saskatoon,  'discovered a lead ball used in the old  muzzle-loading guns of a century ago.  Imbedded in a piece of board. It is  estimated the ball entered the "wood  75 or 100 years ago.     .  Miller's    Worm    Powders    destroy.  worms without any inconvenience to,'  the child, and so effectively that they"  pass from the body unpercefved. They  thoroughly  cleanse  the , stomach and  bowels'and leave tlfem*-i'ii!;.'''a--������ondUion  not favorable to worms, and there will  be no revival of the.pests.  An Oil Without Alcohol.���������Some oils  and many medicines have alcohol an a  prominent ingredient. A judicious  mingling of six essential oils compose  DivThomas' EelecU'ic Oil, and there is  no alcohol.in litr, so that its effects aro  lasting. "*"  People speak of the Day of Judgment; as though there is but one.  There are thousands of ihem; today  is always a Day of Judgment of yesterday.���������E. W. Howe's "Monthly.  T4ie invention of tho harp was due  to an accident, we read. On the other  hand, the Inventor of thd bagpipes was  a Highland cottager, who got the Idea  through stepping on a cat.  emune^  British Families Welcomed  Women  Pruved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for  Headache  Pain  Neuralgia  Toothache  Colds  Neuritis  Liimb.1 go  Rheumatism  Different Communities Had  Houses in Qrder  The   3JI. JlrltlHh   families,;.v(hieh. av.  rlved Lrii Hjllj'tiK, "Marcht20a';l'avo beon  reeelved in Ilu* varloyisic om liuin I ties in  1'which'tht..y have Helt'-lad, with gonulne  . ctn'tllal'ly, aceortliiiH 1<������  I't'iiortu hulug  ��������� made  lo  Finn. ,1. A. .UobbT ihIn.lHi*or of  . Iniiiiigi-iiiio!!,      Olllctu-s    of, tho    land  \ sr*flh>ni'--ll1   *������>a*n Ticrli i)|l   jlht'i   (i-'Plltrtmijnl,  I have dBxei'f-il  Ihe ne'.V .i-'llval*"  to I hell'  homoH, iitt'I In ���������*n������*h ct in nnu.nl I y women  <������!'   the   nel'-librirliood     have     set     the  lue.He;.  En  (ii'da r,  antl  tu     j������iua������t ���������   cuseH '  ti'fii .Mi.s������i#ii,'d it he iiiuici; Avith i������U4toili-  ale nece.-i.ilileH,"  Will   Break   Yearly   Custom  aaaaa.iiia������������at_.-a.aaatj  Egyptian Government Will Not Send  Holy Carpet to Mecca  The holy cwrpet will not he sent  from Culi'o lo IMecca this jear, the  JSKyptlaii Government lias decided owing to tlio condition prevailing In the  Hodja/,, Wi-a-higs have boon issued  to the faithful concerning ihe dang'ii'-  ouh condition,^ of thy pilgrim route.  The holy cnrpel, or Ivisvuh, Is sent  yearly by the King of ICgypt as a covering for 1:1:ms 'Kalaba (Mahomet's  Loiuhjt^at Mtiecu. It Jh u lissuti oi'  goUl * aud brooado embroidered with  U������xts fr-ini thiiv Koran. The' carpet i.i<  retained for^nnly one year, a new ono  belli#' made to lvphic;. li. Tlio old  ono Is cut up iiud sold to pilgviniH.  won.  'V&r _7 C!  MJLtX JtLSl  IltatTATED  nv  SUKWINDaDUST 6-CINDERS  JUCOMHCMDCD t������ SOLO DV DRU00I5T3 0- OPTICIAN*  ^'-.arit ������on pl\no *VK CA������t.t HOOK. ������a.VMNkC0.i"tlCAtl������,ll44  I       P  M  AflCaftfil  only   ''Buyer'  S������llf)������)U*fi������*lil t'.'r-a-rvl Mullr-.-lli  t'nat t������-.lr1n tni-itliH l*-n i "l" tiiftmlf itt"l*'i r������ , In  ������f    ll-iva-r   t !<iro|H_m������   will   lad   ulsttiif'"-'!    Wltla  pnckiiij'0  vvnich conluin;,'proven Ltircctiot.>.  Jfamilf    "Tlnwi-r"   Imti'i   *������/    12   tidilitlM  Abu* ^uttltv-V.f 21 nnd   Kill���������I>niKnlnt-|,  Aa-hl,    ",t.    M,   '\."i.������    Wlilli-    It    ������1    Wi-ll   Itli'MVIt  ll������.J^Illt     fllf    |lllll.Ua'     II CalllS I      Itllllllt |aal|������,      t li'"    TII tl l-ft if  tlw-tii" Hfiit-rm   irnua.   m,irva,   i.m   '-|4.*>-.-������t  n.^^tai*,"*  Klorn,-  (���������Jiu.-ie nl* I  IJeHH," --I  111 Ind bow  a man be-  No Limit  -Wonhi .inn in.iiT.v  ll-l wenliir.'  If I loved' a boy I  vyotild llol  inn 11 y 111111 Ion.** h>* had.  For  aoiro   Fjset ��������� Min.-vrd'a Liniment  '   \\". ��������� X.     17    UT*i  Immigrant8 From Ireland  A/|eaJi.s .s-H-i.'HallzhiK In Irlnh Lu-Ojj(���������.;;>  in Canada anil (lie United Slnl.o.s look  1'or a blR booian in Htctnishlp paHaong*u"  Iralllu, wccoYcilng lo a report received  at Montreal by MleaniBliii- conipiinlan.  According 'to BM/ewont.Indications, enil-  j't-alion from Ireland,' particularly to  ChmumIu, Ih i������-i,|a������*ele(l 10 reaoit (he high*-  .-.".. 1- vn'l nl������t;e Hit* war,  1  r  gt������HABf������!sr  For   Sor������e  Throat  ment  U-J������   Millard _   LI ml-  Tree H-celiie  ttoolc���������  Wrttatatlaa-. Hn*t-,'ft nil <_������,  E,liii.lteila   Montr*aBa  v..  Ji  ���������   _  _.l  'A'.:," k��������� XA< "tlj- ,'x^'.Q-Mi'A^A kkA (-_!.:-% ������������������fi)������;}>^^A^r^^^^^i0!^'y  "ssgaasasg^  "gwwim^^  HawtahJia Ml tiMmM. IttllaiirWiH.aftlir.  mmm -7-'  . THE    REVIEW,;... CRESTCW,   B.    C.  m������\. ^ree JL/.aiice Investigator  *  t     Is iv^arm In His Praise  Or Cjonaitions In  Canada  .After nine months' travel and oh--!  seiA'ation ih both the ���������rban and rural j  are*a'& of Canada,* S. Frank Mussared. j Amply    Sufficient  The Case For the Road  of lhe.South African Irrigation Asso- j  eiation, Johannesburg, .ia- -"perfectly \  satisfied   of Wlie. ' possibilities   Canada  has to offer the right typuof settler."  ln j.  i  Reasons     for    the  Completion  of  Northern   F.o_c4.<2 to  -    Tidewater  The , foundation,   upon    which    the  agitsition ������or the Bay. road should'now  Honors For Explorer  ecent letter, tp���������Hon. James A.   rest ls  that it hffa  been promised bv  Robb, minister of    immigration    and , the m(,n oC Canad;lj  whose  colon i?.aI ion,  Mr.  Klussareif wrote  the  lollowing   unsolicited  testimonial:  *"I ' have lhe honor to advise-you  that I have just completed an agricuf-  tural tour of Canada* from Quebec, to  Victoria, B.C., from June, 1924,��������� to  March, .1925.   .-'-;^:  *-J>anclin������ as an, .ordinary immigrant,  in Quebec,--I" have made-��������� a ~detailed  study ������������*��������� agricultural 'conditions in  Sherbrooke, Toronto, Northern' Ontario, Hamilton, Niagara, Guelph, Kitchener, Winnipeg, South Saskatchewan, Calgary, Vancouver, Okartagan,  Fraser Valley and Victoria, B.C. My  investigations have -been, entirely  those of a 'free lance,' but with the  backing of agricultural experience iu  Scotland, Africa and Australia.-  . 71 may say I landed in Quebec, coldly critical of a country of-wiiose colonisation schemes L,had'heard >such  varied     criticism,     and     after     nine  ' . v* *  months strenuous worl*: In urban and  rural areas,  entirely on my  own ini-  L<orn _HLas   1 akeii Ita Place  Definitely As ^n EstaMiskecl  Foader Crop In   jl ne W'est  Secure-Government Aid  .Agricultural    Committee    of    Alberta  Legislature Passes $15,000 :r, Farm  Off Loan  Assistance to the Alberta egg,"livestock and dairy pools to the extent of  $15,000 in form of a loan to cover or- j  promises  were supposed to be good; it has-been  paid for by money raised from the  sale of ���������"aiacfiu the territory which the  toad will ultimately serve; the weight  of opinion is that the route is feasible r the auiounr required to put the  route to a reasonable test by complet-  -ing  the .line  and.- providing oompara-  'tiv'eiy   meagre  terminals   is  inconsid- CAPTAlNwJO������EPH BERNIER  erable compared to the amount already-who is to receive a grant from the  spent/which will be irretrievably lost Royal Geographical Society for his exit" the road is not * proceeded with. Plo^lory "work * around the Arctic  These  considerations are amply suffi-   sJ;01*������jS of Canada, according to cabled  -dent to warrant the completion of the j fli'"'Pa-tclies  road.       It   isn*'t   nocegsary   to   accept}"  possibilities as facts; it is not neces  sary to treat opponents as fools; iris i  "Some considerable surprise was expressed when at the 1924 International  Hay and Grain Show at Chicago, in  -Region._No7i. which includes all the  Northern States and Canada, the Dominion secured, through growers from  the province' of Ontario, the sweepstakes, for ten ears of White Dent  j Corn, and in all twelve out of fourteen  ganization expenses, \vas approved by j,  the' agricultural' committee of the Al- 'Pli5*es,     the    first     eleven  and   four-  Fmdifig "Run" Direction of Salmon  not necessary to exalt,    dreams    inlo  legitimate   ^xpeciallons;   it   is   neces-  should  be built.���������  I  t  I  fl..  I sary that xhe road  ' "Western  Producer.  Potatoes Replace Wheat  in       Germany  -r���������_~___. -j  a   njj^vu  .  K4~S I  a���������a. a a^-t ms  Lesse'ts  riative,   I   conclude   mv   tour   warmly I Ec������n������m,es  perfectly    satisfied Consumption of Wheat Products  of the possibilities Canada pas to offer       farmers  the  world  over ar.**  lacing  enthusiastic,   and  the right,type ol settler.  -~"A.s a' free lance investigator, I, am  prompted  to  write! these  few words,  solely by the' iarge���������aniouut of adverse!  criticism   of'your   country   which has!  appeared in the Old Country press,    t  may    say    thatr criticism of Canada,  __  after a tour of Canada in a C.P.IL four-  is>t train, is futile in. the extreme;  nothing would have gi% en me greater  ftloasurc than* to have refuted tlte cf'i-  ticism on a public platform, of the  pseudo-colonization experts of the  ISnglish press". In closing I should  HJce to pay a tribute to the efficiency  oi your rank and file in lhe colonization department." *'. ,  Selected' Immigrants  the most serious crisis in the  his.tor*  of    economics,    Frederick    Ifagedorn,  secretary of state for agriculture for  the German Government,. said on his  arrival in  NtAv York recently.  Europeans, he  paid, beset with  the  necessity    of    keeping down their expenses as a  war  aftermath,   seem  to I  be bating their personal economies on;  I hey   eat/  Jle  Regulations   For   Settlement   of   3,090  y.'immig rants   Under Empire  Sett I e-  ���������J ment Act  ^'.Regulations for the sottlem-enl o! \  tli'e three thousfand selected immj-{  gKaat-S who are being brought to Can-1  the amouiit   of  !'o  added: -"This is particularly into of  wlieat. "\Vh-*al eateis a*r������ turainig  into potato ta.ters."  Herr Hagedorn y.iid that farnurs  were being squeezed" between high  costs of implements on mic "sidi- and  ''amazing falling tiff oi food consumption," on the other,- -    ~.  *  JleiT llagedprn' is*-here .with -a commission of four Geriiian,.university experts on. agriculture who    will    spend  | several months in tho study of farm-  fing conditions in the i:niled Suites.  They Are Released  ���������thousands of baby salmon, when  they start-life's .cruise, in future will  carry identification tags lor ihe benefit of scienc-r. Small metal discs will  be attached lo th������~5r tails, it was decided at a recent conference of Canti-  dian and United States fishery experts:  held at Seattle.  British Columbia, "Alaska, Washington, California and Oregon hatcheries  will .each'place tags on 10,000' or 15,-,  000 little fishes before their release to  seek-their fortune in the ocean.  The object is to ascertain where  they go and in this way determine the  direction or '"run" of the salmon. The  experiment was tried successfully in  Alaska, and some of th- salmon: with  ' identification* tags viviv found in the  ! runs along the British Columbia coast,  and one was.caught among fish going:  up a river in Siberia.  berta legislature.-  Dr. ���������H. -M. Tory, president of the  University of Alberta discussed at  some .length the question ' of rural  credits, advocating as a result of his  Investigations a system whereby .the  Dominion Government will pui;chase  provincial securities, the funds to be  distributed through local boards anc  credits associations in whose hands  the making and controlling of 'Che in-  **��������� \  dividual lotvi would be entrusted.  He pbinted out that it costs more  to establish "a man ia the agricultural  industry than in most professions or  other .industries, and some means ot  obtaining more easily av.-UJable credit  was absolutely necessary. He also  contended that there must be a restoration of confidence between the land  owners and the borrowers.  Mr. Tory . definitely stated that  ���������money at from 7 to 10 per cent, was  too high a rate for the farmer," and  probably tha. best way of improving  this condition would be througfa a-  joint provincial and Dominion farm  loan scheme.  teenth. it was a new indication of  the possibilities, of Canada in corn  production and effective refutation of  the assertion made, "years ago that the  limit ol* the-cor.er'belt stopped Jar short  of the,v international  border,  Similarly, Western Canada has been  making* marked  -a.flr-1'AC-  Canada's Dairy Production  Twelve Billion Pounds of Milk is Used  Annually in   Dairy  Produce  Canada's   annual   dairy   production  ,  *���������__ r.  ll.CC  ttcitt eetx  anor   _-.a-.rt  AAA  afiO������,UV"'J,"."y'j-  and $240,000,000, according to a state-  J ment made by Dr. J. A. Reddick, Bo-  Boost   Alberta   Pools  j minion, dairy cooimisisoner. In 192o,  the last year for which complete returns, are availaule, the total production in various lines in Canada was as  .follows:   Cheese,  151 million pounds;  ree-s in ihe production of fodder corn. This has, in  fact, been- Ihe outstanding feature of  the agriculture of this region in the  past few years, having an intimate  connection with the remarkable progress achieved . in butter production  and the dairy industry generally. Corn  has taken its pla.ee definitely as an established fodder ci'op in Western  Canada and every "year goes further  to confirm this. -       _  En   che  year  1924, according  to  the  preliminary return of the Federal*Government,   the  three  prairie  provinces -*  of Manitoba, Saskatchewan    and    Alberta had a total of 215.30S acres devoted    to    corn    growing,  this  being  divided respectively 60,716 acres, 87,-  115 acres'and 67,472 acres.    The average production per acre was 5.73 tons  in Manitoba,  3.18 tons in Saskatchewan and 2.92  tons in Alberta.       The -  respective   totals   were   315,000   tons,  227,000 tons, and 197,000 tons, making  an aggregate of 769,000   tons.       Sold  at figures of $6.00, $4.00 and ?5.00 per  ton, the aggregate  value of the  corn  crop  ol* 1he prairie provinces is  estimated to have been $4,163,000.  "^These     figures'   well  illustrate  the  I growing   interest   in   corn   production  jin Western Canada and the adaptability of that area to the crop.      Compared  with   1923   figures   there   is   an  Will  Launch. Concentrated   Campaign  ���������*"-���������    f    to "Secure Membership  -Plans for a'Yigorous and concentrated campaign ������o secure memberships  among tlie-farmers of Alberta, for the  dairy, livestock and poultry-pools now  .      .        -./.a*      -n- i       increase of 45 per cent.- in the^acreage  butter.  1G2 million pounds;        ���������. -. *.     , .       ���������������-������������������������-- <-������6<-=  ,    "     .���������, . . under  corn,  though owme to smaiiet*  dairy butter, 100 million pounds; whey  butter, 1 million pounds; condensed  milk, 27 million pounds; besides milk  powders, etc.. and 5,600,000 gallons of  ice cream. The total quantity of milk  required for-all these products reaches  Western   Farmers  Optimistic  ������������������"*?--*"*-  ""���������** * "������ ""������"~ ~~ A"'Ak i Prairies Are Looking For Bumper Ci  ada under-;the Empire Settlement Act 1 ...    ���������-���������.    7.      .^.    v.  .  ''   -,     -   .... ���������,i a Per Comi'-ig Year  nave been made  public.      They pro-       ������<__    . . v .��������� ~  i", ��������� ���������      .,- ���������. ���������   ,,,���������>��������� ..,..'     r , _",  P. J       I-rairie, .crop, prophets are ..alrea  vide for the setting aside, of land for  ihe new: setters, the .allocation ot/tl/o-  lujjids to ;the. immigrantis !afe st jbi*Ice'.-;l:o-  b-p fixed by the independent advisory,  settlement 'committee for the district  iii; which Uio,farms are, situated, and  'ihaf all buildings on hand for soldier  settlers shall be placed in good repair  in order to leave the farms ready for  ivy mediate occupation. '  0Th<* regulations set-forlh that Uio  l^lal advances -of all descriptions to  n%y immigrant, including the value of  rite land and the BrittBh "advances,  sl-mll notyox������<*,edy^7,"ib6'^n I he case' ql  ai*iy;ondjS0ttl'i")r:'H Tlievti<3vances>to set-  tiers..are'Htoyibe'l^iildUh; 25 eci.iial ah.  mial payments,7'yttd7_tho flrsif- iiislal-  ivti'ni is due twelve months sifter ihe  October following the dale oi' his Uik-  ihg lite land.. The rale ofi interest  charged shall not: ox.c������"*-j������1 five, per <:enl.,  ���������1  "���������* *a._n. *-~- ���������  In pr'oct-ss of organization,  were  for-] the  stupendous  figures  of nearly  12,-  meetings held ' 000,000)000 pounds.  mulated at a series of  in Edmonton.  The dates for-.this drive have been  I set for; the period from June .8 to 28    j   | next, and  the whole province will be  comparbig fiS^.^-Sbi^^eas^  spring cohditi-Sns^i-edfec-liug. ;fc������ Punip4^.^ros ^ ^e: coutr?c^. f*>"7th^se,n.ew  ���������a:  ' ��������� r  Will  Raise  Sugar Beets  er crop of 1915," said "Charles !Murphy,  of AVinnipeg. general manager of the  Canadian.    PaeifiLc . Hallway,    western,  lines, oh his arrival at Vaiicouvjiki'after  ait Inspection ti*f5' through the..prairie'  provinces and British Columbia.  ���������"The. usual optimistic feeling ol  Western Canadians Is a lilulo more  pronounced this spring than usual."  Mr. Murphy' stated, who .. attributes  this cheerfulness to these promising  eoudl(ioiis on the landv and to the  large amount of ..money which lias  been circulated as the result of the  high' prJcos received for last ^year's  crop.   ,������������������'���������"���������'  cb-6pc-rativei marketing pools.  India   is   the   second largest sugar  growing  cdlihtry  itf-thev world7'  Considered Herself Royalty's Equal  Mrs. .Nicholas Longworth- probably  was the only woman commoner who  did not curtsy when presented to King  Edward. This'was under the misap*-  prehenslon that those of royal rank  did not curtsy-, and as daughter of the  president of ���������;U.S.A., she considered  herself the equal of royalty, y  Sheep   Registration.  "For  Experiment to be Made in the Brandon  ]% Diitrict-  CjGi'iierott!. hu priori, nnd **iwvountK������'*  njl*ul, 'will .bo given* farmers Jn tiw  llriitulon district who -.vill umh rtal.<  tb: ki'oav sujjearhet'tHin an eviierluiunf-  Reduced    Rates    Are .Provided  tinder Certain Conditions  At  the   hist,  annual   meeting of tho  CtiJiadini.1 Sheep Hruede.rs'' AWocLilion,  I thu following ameiuliii<-iit was tnado to  to const'!tut ion, allowing recorilhig at  | reducfid  ratoH  to those who have not  [ prevloiiHly been recording in the Cana-  idlan  Nallonnl. l*tvt-Ht.o<.U HiK-orth),  Tlio  ���������;. ������,-  ......  i-  ,���������,    i.   .-������������������������   amendhieiit  mids.'iii*   follows:  nl way during the coming H.*asr>ny ri,e; ���������Tluut lI|fl  jW  rtn.>OKiHimUon XvhoUi  Mramlon   bcwir.l   of mi(le, tt.i.1  hortleul-] J|oe|i< ^^   ^^   U(?on  TORlH^raUrfn'  tural soriely and, in Tnrl. every .oil., t*; AmuI.llrUU    Flo(!k  ojteiu. *u; on,   will   do all   that in  |.������������-, b     ,hu   Cn|md|HI1  >"lr,d*v In lltli-t direction.      Tb** |������'osp--><-t  Ilu*  r's'tahllHltni'-nt   of a   Mi|'ii.r lveB  iM_  lilt*   .  I'a'ljdtii'y' hi Manitoba    was    pruven    a  jyirul,   iuipelus   lo   fei-blt til.',    who   tin-1  ������|i**.'i re uh   of  pro'a'iotiM  i Mil      I'liltllili   ITiiil      J-1  I 111'     ������"|aiU;i<l*ill!  I  i;'j.(.|_i;  (.!"  ilu--  p������vt>vhi������������������������������������.. fta'-'-tl i ��������� >tjp|il|i-d ffr-t). , I>|.  i-'i*Hl ron^ly hopt>d linn Hie e..peij!m>ini<  \i*isll provo a Hileei us.  n-'tr.ordt- ivcogiiized  Malional   I-iveHtoclc  llecorda, be 50 cents for i-nch rtigistra-  tlou, ivKardless of age, providing such  were reivlfl veil In the. Aim-Mica.!) Flock  i lUitc.ord jn-Iur to J'tuiuai'y 1st, :i925. Thia  ' privlleire vxitlre.a January Jsl, Mi'ZiV  average yields in 1924 there was a decline in total production * of some 1.6  i per cent. Higher -pricey prevailing,,  however.,. brought tlie value up some  21 per cent. Since the year 1915 the  corn acreage of the prairie Provinces  has increased by some 2,017 per cent,  and the production by some 1,150 pet-  cent.  Fodder corn shows a consistently  iiigli yield in "* the prairie provinces.  The yield averages for the past five-  year period, 1917 to 1921,���������.were: ��������� Manitoba, 5.S5 tons; Saskatchewan. 6.*. 5  tons; and Alberta, 5.70 tons. Average production per acre, as indicated  in the year in. which-ihe last��������� "TJ.S. census was taken, in Minnesota was* 2.2  tons; in Iowa, 2.5 tons; in North Dakota, 2.2 tons- in South Dakota, 1.6  tons; in Nebraska, 3.6 tons; in Montana, .5 tons; and in Wisconsin, l.g  tons.        ��������� .  ^%*iW *'V?H*.  ^4**>*1i&S$*S 4"  "<���������*     .  * * ��������� _���������'       ���������"  *^������ V^v * .  i^l'lie liii.e-.t  ,#11111 W;i!"**  digging 1*.p,!.i  whlh  gold     "Hll'IIU-"   lu  wiih   started    hy   ;t  nituli. -llWigfiet    Of  i    i    ' i  playing, wuii a boy.  -1  Xr.'-iV  d ������?(���������,'  rrmHil  \vr  n*.   t;.  Mil  ���������    Canada's Flour Exp������irt������  ('.'aniidian flour eitporlH for the y^ar  Ui'Jtl HKgregtiu-d 11,-I'I7,S06 LiiirrelH, tio-  t'oi'dliiK lo a r������"port Ls'iued by the d<*-  partiui'iit of trade and coiuuit.rce, Tliit''  tcomiiuarea    with    annual    ex purls    of  urptmd -I'SOO'tOOO batT-j-la tvwdvu years  rt���������*->., nnrl  I'omjwrcK tvlih -dit-hiiy  tunri'  'tl'mti. It',000,000 lutnv.lH In Msii'i.  ir  a.."-" >  *���������*",.���������*���������������.���������  ���������%       * ���������-������"������<  4     >  .'���������>������ i 2 '  ���������������������������i!!**.^ V"-;  An Era of Development  Forsees Great Expansion of Industry  In Next 20 Years  "I believe the next wenty years will  [see the greatest expansion and tho  [great est accomplishment American in-  :dustry has even known.'* said Charles  ! M. Schwab, chttlrmnn of the board of  jthe BeihUiiv-m Steel Corport it ion. in a  j speech befo*e the annual meeting ot*  "the New York, building congress.  Co-operation between compeliiors in  .industry and Democratic relations between-t-mployer and working men were,  point st on-which the j-peaker dw������-H.  He prided himself that in his long  career, In which he had handled hundred* of thousands of working ntt'it,  he hail   never had a strike,  Dangerous Advertising  A     Itrltish    adverti-rlng ������*xpert pre-  Ulicia another war in th������- course of it u  IBWfc*-**  \ MMMMMMMUMM*  ������������������fly* nF        > f ^Wkmp,*WVif rvtv  **(%&?  UKi'  H.zhX'QtT?. >w,t  iwtiity  \  ,# y:*i  H* ^ViimXm ')>������������%���������  *��������� aft a I  t or  ��������� v������*rtlt-lng  *biini.fnK it  about, but  it  >a is-       11  he   in.*ry  !ie  xi*?"  J*!  Jt/r     a������������7^al������,_>>l I  -la- I".-  | ought Ho le*  Icury.  Uilla.ll  lit-;-p".  on  nti-  h������*   tJ-llreest-fui   in  it's an ad. tluit.  now.- 'lie lph  m������ r-g  FanmouB Prinna Donna in Canadi*-  MIhh tatiraldlne Farrur, for IB yeura letuliug wopratio at. the Metropolitan  Opei'a llotiHio, New York, potted for a photograph nt Iho    Canadian    I'aclflc  Itallway "VVIndaor Btullou, Montreal.    In  the  bucUgrouud   is  ���������Mi^'ln*' I l*������it  broni.lil  the pritna ilnnm*  to    Mf>n*rr'i>t M'^<t  jicuM'orinance   of  "Ctirnten'*   when   in Montreal.  the  big   C.1\R.  V:n*i*:ir    t'iit'i'    ���������-���������  Procrastinatino  Anothi.-r.   patheiic.   little  fenfur.-   of  everyday life Ih the way the f-O-year-  jold nutn who vyiiti ������oIiib to haivw ������*iiough  : money  ������av.*d  up by the lime he was  : that fig*' to retire, on, if he wanted to.  If*.   NOW   -.'Ollll-   f������a   hava* jl   HaY'-d   Up   WllfU  jilt's ipi.-Obio "-"atatt* Journal.  v  mmmm  umsmm  BI>-WBWBB������  m*mwMrniMmmw\mmwmnm*mm*wmmmmfa  m  mmmm  g^gjj^^^gjggggjgg^  mnM.m*\mmmwmmwmmmm������mimBr4*mimifm  sssssssssssz  ,������������������,W.,..!,.1���������SK,���������y:.|(,lf  .  ICTI^'ritt-T-CiyfJ**^^  l*WWf.lW.'ll>|)|!_Sl..iM I   '  I- - 1  A  THB  CBSS_?CK  MBWEBW  HE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every _*riday at Creston. B.C.  Subscription : 52.50 & year in advance*  88.00 to U.S. points.  -C. P. Hates, Editor and Owner,  ORBSTON. B.C.. FRIDAY. JUNB 26  Fire Brigades  not altogether welcomed by out of  + l-_rnna  fr_"**5������."������   Aast^la   _r������aa, , i___.ai.t_>  Wax, **   vuvwaw   vavjavaas  |  A Review reader, who was in the  Valley sometime before the laying  of steel, informs tie that we are  misinforming the public when we  claim that the 1925 brigade is the  first lot of fire fighters the town  ever had.  According to documentary evidence produced for our inspection  Creston had quite an effective .fire  handling -organization as far buck  ^s 1899, which had fourteen men  enrolled, and was under the direc  tion of C. W. Grain.  The equipment consisted of three  tanks, which were erected at different parts of the town which, at  that time, was all on the lower eide  of the trapk. On each tank was a  crosscut saw, three axes a ladder,  and a dozer, pails, each of the firemen having either a pail or an axe  that it was his duty to handle in  case of a conflagration. The alarm  was given on the iron triangle  which has, apparently* continued  in use to the present day, and it  Still hangs on the post opposite the  former Speers* store.  Further protective service wa&  given by the activity of a chimney  inspector, which work was in  charge of It Sinclair Smith, whe-  was most efficient in seeing to it  that where stovepipe chimneys  were used that these were so placed  as to. give .the maximum protection  oughly appreciated by those in the  village who believe that gardens  and lawns, particularly, do not  depress the value of their homes���������  nor the feelings of visitors who  occasionally look the village over.  In the ten months they have been  administering affairs the commissioners have not been as spectacular  as some would like, probably,  neither h aye they made mistakes  that in variably travel in company  with too much speed. * After many  years of unorganized inactivity  the slow hut sure policy of the  commissioners is quite welcome and  practical, and here's hoping future  activities will be as well and wisely  chosen as   those undertaken so* far-  While, the big scheme to reclaim  the whclo area is devoutly to b������  wished.for, If this is "out of tlte  question for, the present, and if  oapital' (American or any other  kind)can be -found to carry on  drainage fey districts, at is to be  hoped no dog in. tho manage policy.  as it were, will be tolerated: to prevent the opening up of sections of  it���������--this  . district . can    stand   the  ff__5_53_C_,W|*^ +J%a4- ������*.������ill i. ^,-M^.^a^. ^_***������������. mi������.^%.  g^JJ������*.^=*B.^....^ -..,���������������������  ^ tay vt tav at������aj.������aa������   b_������m.������*������a  a deyelopmen&r-^oliey, and at tbis  time the revenues the province  would receive in taxes ahd otherwise would be.entirely welcome.  $92 was realized*, at a .tag day in Revelstoke on Saturday an aid off the town  public library.  Par  Pianoforte, Organ ana  Singing Lessons    atari* "**  ARTHUR COLLIS. Creston  P.O. BwelmS  -Pentieton has a mild outbreak of  scarlet fever, 23 cases having been reported to the middle.of the taonth.  Loyal Oreiiga Leslp, la. 2095  MeeteTHIHDTHUBBDAY Of"  each   month    at    _terca_t*le  Hall.   Visiting brethren cordially invited. ...  "EKIC- OLSON, W.M.  Drainage by Districts  The unusual activity  this season  of officials: attached to the   Domin  ion department of the   interior   ih  connection   with   installing   -wa  gauges and otherwise studying the  On July 15th shareholders in tbe  Trail smelter wti! be paid $320,875���������the  half-yearly dividend for 1022. Since  its commencement-.the smelter has  paid ^,a.02,6fC.ia'4i*rlderids.  CHAS. fwlOORE, C.E.  ENGINEER   .ARCHITECT  SURVEYOR  [Registered]  er CJonvenIeii0e  When you "wish to remit smalE sums, oi money use  Bank Money Orders. These Orders are payable anyj-  ���������where io Canada���������at-asay Bank, and our;a_eRt������"abroad'  hossour -beta at current rates'o������ exchange. ~ Tho cost  is small. S      ' -  CRESTON,  B.C.  5 Dollars or under  S      "to 10 Dollars  10    **     ** 3������      ***  30    ������  . * SO      ���������������  ,-  3  6  10  IS  M  Our teSSers se"i tbesi���������ask at asy Brasefe-,  C W. AULAS?,  --    0*1 *IMHj%-A  CRESTON BRANCH*  against fire.    A -weed inspector also  functioned over a quarter  century  ago in the then village area.  The roll of members of the first  ever brigade shows the names of  U. S. Bevan, W. H. Crawford, B.  J. Lcng and Major Mallandaine*'  still resident at Creaton, and the  former a member of the recently  organized fire fighting organization.  Benefits of Incorooration  Although   village   incorporation  has been effective less than   a year  improvements already conferred by  self-government  (with no increase  in   taxes)   have   surely   convinced  those who last year opposed muni  oipilization that the management of  local affairs   by   our   own   elected  representatives is the only business  like way of getting what the village  -wants somewhere about the time it  wants it*  Perhaps the most effective  demonstration of this is the putting  down of ne-.- sidewalks particularly  on Canyon street from opposite the I of  CP.Ba, crossing to the Presbyterian I addition to itft.holdinga of  flood situation ������n Kobt'**!i������.v' Flats  would look as if the board of trade's  interview last fall in this matter  with Priemier King, along with  similar pressure that interested  parties, in northern Idaho have  brought to bear on the authorities  o*. "WasfeingioBt, has had some effect,  and is.on a fair way to securing for  the reclamation boards of- botli  countries at least the data or  information requisite and necessary  for each to figure out its true interests with this fertile arear  Whether-this activity will pro  duce anything definite, one way or  tlie other, remains to be seen, but  those -who keep in touch with  drainage developments are of the  opinion that this latest drive will  bring things co a head.  In Idaho some five drainage  districts have been formed and have  al ready reels i nied, or, h a ve state  approved plans for draining in the  neighborhood of 12,000 acres.  Where the reclaimed land has been  cropped tbe results have been so  satisfactory that all the other  Idaho owners of lands embraced in  Kootenay Flats are demanding an  opportunity to bring their holdings  nnder similar cultivation, which if-y  of course, impossible, until the big  reclamation scheme goes through,  which probably explains the request  f_r some action Washington has  made tin Ottawa and which in due  course will assuredly be passed on  from Ottawa to Victoria.  With something like 301000 acres  of land on its hands in the Sumas,  Southern .Okanagan, Merville and  Lister areas, it must be admitted  the provincial government has  enough expensive acreage to dispose  just   now   without   a   further  approxi-  I"  ��������� ' -\  Will Vou be Travelling ?  OUR   LIKE   OF  IS COMPLETE  _r~  .2 J.  f__*iaaranceeci genuine ^owniae,  ji  ^"*"5   m TSj& '   ������av m ~  JS_5^������  *_������_ JB __   i%Jt&    m%m\Mmm     al������g_9  and other such bargains.  New ar*Fiwals off  1     I  noais  Durable quality and reasonable price.  .    "^__*"  h2 <*      Tl***_    **   I  ERCANTILE CO  LIMBTCD  mvmn  Bfl  corner. For at lea&t four years  every effort waa made to have the  yublic works officials replace the  dangerous old walk, and although  iu that time almost $12,000.00 was  taken out of the village in taxes,  poor makeshift repair*, Va*as the best  that could be had. Today pedestrians can negotiate the street as  comfortably and safely as they  would the hoard walk at Atlantic  City���������and this if. but a sample of  the good work that will be done all  over town.  SThe newly organized and not-too-  badly equipped tfre brigade in a  departure that brings equal satis-  faction, and if the brigade can do  ao well in responding to all alarm*?  *M" fcl-*-y did at th<. Out on "MonHlfliy  of last week, tlie chemical fu.gir.**  alone wilt give villagers a service  (if necessary) that would never have  been available hart incorporation  been deferred,  Tho enforcement of the by-law  prohibiting livcntdck running at  largo is another convenience local  ontrol ham   brought iia*f,   and whil--  mately 35,000 acres embraced in  Kootenay Flats, so that if the  latter area is to be developed  reasonably soon it would look as if  the lands department would he well  advised in determining the price  and terms on which it will part  company with the flats to anyone  who will undertake its reclamation.  Or if it cannot see its way clear  to go this length there seems no  reason why it should nob Bub divide  likely portions of it to be formed  into drainage districts, similar to  tho policy adopted in Idaho, and  permit of anyone willing to take on  such investimiisiit to reclaim any  stated and well defined tract or  tracts.  Onr information i������* that in Idaho,  where- these drainage districts have  been formed., no trouble has been  encountered in scouring funds for  the work, this, clana of bonds or  securities being in good demand���������  In Drainage- .District Number One  the contractor took full payment  for his work in the bonds issued by  the district itself.  "Fashion  Belle" brand in  Pure Thread  and  Art Silk,  $1.00 to $1,75 :  Children's three-quarter Socks, all sizes, fancy      '~  colored tops, sizes 7 to 9 1-2,  60c.  HARDWARE���������Hay Forks, Scythes, Snaths and Hay  Rakes*     .Agents for Frost & Wood Mower**.  Let us have your order for Repairs.  Fresh  Fruits and Vegetables  in * Season  EH |o   E__E_____ \_  (HrM Ir ���������**. bH WI Pr S WUfl"  WMUtruaiUaj  FEuXI* Gturc  E!ar4tM^i*������a)  IMlWMMtlW  ,BBMWMMefMMgf*^^  msssm  mm.  Mto-MHtoMamMttM THE "'dBBST*?'a;.iO_V,SE?������r.  ���������ksrd af Thanhs  Mr������.-.a������������S Mrs. Clem. Payette take  this jueans of -expressing their deep  appreciation of the sympathy and  kindness shown them in their' recent  bereavement.,     '  i0������������BraEHT LIPO-HCI  Local and Personal  Notice of. Application for Beer  . License ..  Notion Is fcerelsy given that on or after the  7th day of Julr next the undeoreigned totenda  to apply to tha Itiqnor Control asnard for a  license in r-wpsct of premises being part of the  bni!dia# known as the Eriekson Hotel, situated  at j*_*-ie_so_<LB_C.,> upon the lands described aa  Hall mcKkABlodk "_������.*��������� Block 34, Lot 812. Kootenay Dtetrfct: N.elson JUand Registration Bis  tcict, in the Proviace of British Columbia, for  the sale of beerby the glass, or t*y. the open  tattle for consumption oaishe" premises.   .-  Dated 1Mb ������th day of Jnne,la25L   ��������� , ���������' ���������  JOHN B. HAT DEN, Applicant.  GOT&MESIT L1QU0B ACT  Notice  f Apj*Hcation for Beer  . Licentw  \    "Wanted���������Several   acres,   stumped  , and ploughed.    C. Blair, Canyon.  Valley Fnrnittire ������schange (former  secondhand store), new and second  hand furniture and other articles for  sale at "-"cry attractive prices. -  . Abrasm W, Oonover o"f Portland  Ore., is -announced.to give an iilustrat-  ed lecture in Speers' Hall- tonight,  June 26th. Bis topic is "Tbe relationship of the ruins of North and South  America to   the   Book   of   Morman.*'  ** - V  The admission is free, and everybody  invited, ^  Miss Lizzie Lewis arrived home a  few days ago from Calgary, Alberta,  where she has been, attending business  college for the past few months. Miss  Ethel West who was at college with  her,'hiss received an appointment to  the teaching staff of a similarschnnl at  Medicine Hat.  was the  'Z.x������������ >.....  ������UUJ-   VU4B  Notice la herehy given that on or, after the  21st day of July next the -oadersisned intends  to apply to the Xalquor Control Board for a  license la respect of premises being part- of the  building' to "be known aa the- Too-rist Inn,  rtfcnatea at Sirdar, 'B.C.. upon thelandB described as Sab_t0t IS, Block 893, Group 1. MapS23,  Sirdar Taramatte. Kootenay District, -JSTels-on  _and Registration District, in the Province of  British CsSss__i!a. fo? the ������n.!*5 of "beer by the  glass or by the open bottle for eojasmnption on  the premises.' .*    .- _,  Dated this 15th day of June, 1925.  ROBERT HKAP, Applicant.  Sfao&s kWmm  _   tfO - Okf?g������������kf*  New Stock of  Harness.  Second Hand Store in  connection  The pre?ailirag hot weather is  bring* o,g along the -strawberry crop at  top speed and another ten days at the  ontnide will see the end bf phijiptng-  :Ideal tmoiBture conditions have prevailed und the crop harvest**?! is atmuM.  sure- to be bigger than" any early  season estimates.  cies dlsposing^of this year'-- berry ������i*op������  Co^Operative Fruit Growers Association, snanastsd. by E. Uri-^ Mr. Se*s-  smith, looking after tlie.. customer's of  Creston _frowers; T. E. Slingsbjr, who  is shipping feis own as well as tht^^rop  of a couple of neighbors.- Qney oiytwd  growers ate selling -.through Creston  Valley.Proniace-Cotbpany.���������" ��������� ---'7:  The T������nnis;CJubi had a very enjoyable dance in the. old- schoolhouse on  Saturday evening, ariarge-crowd being  In Agftend-mce. Although- it  hottest day . at lite ~yea_.;  anoj^uito'es a, bit trossblas-oBsse evsit^. one  had a good time. "���������^~7������- -  Mrs. Dalbom wale-a surprise party  guest of honor at her home on the evening of June 13th, when her daughter*  Miss Barbara, "entertained in her  mother's honor at *whit<t, with four  tables of players, competing and the  high score prizes going to Miss G.  Towson and Mi*. Opel, while the consolation prizes fell to Mr-*. Towson antl  Mr.-It-mac. A tasty lunch was served  after cards"-and .-then dancing 'was  indulged in for a .couple of hour*-,  everyone reporting the best of good  timet*.  $2 50 for STRAWBERRIES for the  Balance of the Season.  :  ���������mnd fche. grower sets the whole two dollars and a half���������Spot Cash  if you want, it, too���������nothing held back for canimisaion for Belling.  rebates, or any other cause. And here are the prices we have paid  on Berries all season.    How do they compare with, the opposition ?  i   -  ������������������������-.   uuuo  -a_n_*-  J.WI1  -.������������������ '    -1    ���������������' ��������� ,** , ��������� ������������������ ana _t   _fw"_.  ������jun-> Htm co itftn������������������ ��������������������������� ^������t.w  June. 14th to 21st���������  3.00        June 21^  Gooseberries, whole season���������__���������_*.���������-.���������.-.  .. CABBAGE, until further notice 1~-  Q5 ������m  2.50  ~$1.50  5c lb.  NOTE���������Due to The Review publishing 86 hours ahead of time we were too  late to change our price to the $3 paid for Berries last week.  Creston Valley Produce Company  ! km. _*   __-       *5i   777 jC,_rv*_-**        _tS*__������.______���������.__a    ______  AL.F. NELSON. -Manager  " 5ir*������. -Chas. Jiurre-K and son, Csreoi-ge,  are leaving today  on a**visit to the old  home in England, and will be away for   at  least three months.   Mrs. Murrell   '������ P������^������'_^������.^ ���������������  A most unfortunate and fatal accident occurred here" on Thursday last,  causing the death of little Miss, Doris,  the four-year old daughter of Mr. and  Mrs. Clem Payette.    While in the act  .������_������_"-   ~<mA ftft  ss J?s**;  . SYNOPSIS OF .  L^ND ACT AMENDMEMHi  PRe-������MPT!ONS,  Vacant. unreserved, surveyed  (Jrown lands may "be pre-en-ipted by  Hritiah sublecta over 18 yeara of aye.  axA by aliens on. declaring Intention  to become. Brituh anbjects, conditional upon ~ .residence, occupation,  a.r.,5 tzaprcvesssat ������cr as^teulf-nnul  pu������*x>oses.  full information- concemins r������ffu-  ations regarding pre-emptions Is  **lven in Bulletin No. 1. I_an_ Series,  -How to Pre-esupt -tano."* copi-ea o?  whieh can be obtained free of charge  by ������ddresstnK the _>epaxtjnent of  Laanda, Victoria, *B,C, or to any Oov-  e. nsnont j_s������at. _^_  Records will be granted covering  only land suitable for osrlcultnrai  purposes; and which lo not' timber-  land. !������������������������, carrying: over 6,000 board  feet per acre west of the Coa������tBan������e  and 8,000 feet per aero east of that  Applloatlpn-i for pre-emptions ore  ia- be addressed to the Ijand Com-  itile-doniur of the Xand Recording Pi  vision. In which tb������ land applied for  ia situated, and are made on printed  fomoa. copies of which con be obtained from the X-md CommlsBioner.  Pre-emptlona muat be occupied foi  five years and Improvements -made  to value of. |10 per acre; including  clearing and cultivating at least Ave  aaoree, before a Crown Grant can *b������*  .���������r*C&V*6.;A {,.���������;, ������������������yj<A...,y, .A'j  BvS more detailed Informatloa see  the! Bulletin "How to Pre-empt  laand."  .<���������:������������������   -:mj ���������   PURCHA������^',,'.-        .   ������  .  AppHcatlona are received for'pur ,  chfisa of vacant and unreserved  Crown land*, not being- timbtirlann  lor agricultural purposes; m nlmum  price of flrst-cla-u* <&uuble> land la |6  per cucre, cm_ second'-cla-ts (simxlna:)  land 18.50 por aero. Further Inf or-  .matlon recardlnB purchase or 'e-uw  of Crown lands la siven ln Bulletin  No. 10, I_and Beiles, "Purchaee and  "Laeaee of Crown "Land**."  Mill, factory, or Industrial altea on  thMber land, not exceeding: 40 acres.'  may be purchased or leased, tho con-  4-ltloua       Includltig-      .pa-ymoot       of  Mtumpowe-  HOME8ITE   LEASES  Ui���������lurveyed, ureaa, noa kuco������ciilBiiiij( 2f.  acres, may bo leased as homes ltos  eondltdoTial upon a AwelHnnr bein*;  erected In the flrat year, title belnp  obtainable after residence and 1m  provement oondltlone are fnlfllle-!  and land ham been aurveyed.  t . 'taKA-sea  '    For oroKlng  and   InduatiiiLl    pur-  po������e������ areas not exceeding- 640 ucr---  xiiw "bay "loiai^^sS bj. wtv person <mt -  4-omnanv.  QRAtZINO  Hinder the Oraaimgr Act the Prov.  ince U divided Into araBlng illstrleti  and the ranee admin to-tcred nnd or v  Clm-dnv - CommlB-iloiier. Annua;  trraxlns pcntsJIo -aro is-med b-ued ok  numbora ra.n*r������d, j-rlorlly uoim* iclver  to eatHabJIlahed owners. Stock-owner>-  may  farm    aju-oolatlonw    for    r������n-.������  f'i  Pi  V  If*  *"*-#* *-M  ft. ������-..* W������,���������.*.   *������ a    ,..        ,.    ,     ,.. M *���������*.,  ***.  -.       0.    _.  |i-.irmll-i  are  available   for    8������������ion������  tii-air.ip������ra and tra-veHmirig,. up lo t*w  ih<*-v".d  was a guest of the iaadiea" Guild at a  t������*a at Mrs. P. Jackson's on Wednesday last ai which she was presents**!  with an EveVsharp pencil.  Mrs. McCreath was an afternoon  hostess at court whist on Friday,  when (four tables of players cosupetard,  the high score honors going; to Mrs.  Gailund* while the cousolation prize  fell to Mrs.' Bert "Nels>on. Refreshments were -served and the affair-was  very vuuch enjoyeil by all present.  Wot-lc Commenced on Monday at  replacing some of 'the worn out sidewalks in the village, .Canyon street.  west fa-om .the Ch'iutauqua gronnda  receiving first consideration. The  new walk is a wonderful iinprov������*_m**nt  on the old state nf affairs and good  time is being made at putting It down.  The "Valley is having the earliest  raspberry season of recent years,  crate shipment'* commencing on Sunday. TV. K. Bituwn is the first  villager to have them and son*e sample  cups on diaplav Monday indicate that  for eat-Hness Kuskanook takes second  place, ' whilst for quality. the , fruit  c������utdi hardly be "mil-passed. .    -    -  Miss Grace Comfort, who has charge  of the school at Johnson*s"' Landing, is*  home for* rhe Hummfi* vuc<iti*>n.  Al though her school enrollment is  only ten pupils in the recent forestry  department- Rro*-Rworrt nuzxle contest  four of the scholars annexed a second  and three of the five third prizes in a  competition in which almost a thousand school children competed.  The Bornon Orchestra of Idaho made  a decidedly favorable iinpretXHion nt  the���������"���������-'JBwit 'appearance here at their  dniic* '������������������ the Giaiiid Tii eats e ballroom  on Wednemday night. There was a  larRO attendance.and all,speak in high  praifle of lhe muaic ttupplied by the  four musicians." Misses Gladys Wood  and Thelmu West had charge of the  (-atei>]ti|s,jgiving splendid -satisfaction.  The young people very much enjoyed  the dance in the Parish Hall on  Wednet-day night of hist'.'wetdc*' at  which Mihk Lydik Johnson whs hoBtent..  Excel lent ui ubI c was nupplied by Mi 8.  Li--U_i', iiBSititi'd hy Mi**-. Oarr* Mian  Louise Bevan, with Atex. Indicate on  the drti'ms. A^taaty lunch was served  at midnight., and going home time  came all too quickly for the company  of about forty euent������.-  keep the fire going for   Mrs.   Payette,  who was   absent   berry   picking,   the  sleeve of the child's dress caught fite.  Her cries attracted   iro mediate   attention from her brother   who   drenched  the unfortunate girl   with   a   pail   of  water, but not before the clothing had  been almost  entirely bismt-d.   and the  injuries front  the burn and   the shock  from the water proved   too   much for  her, death ensuing <i|>an early hour on  Sunday, despite the   best   of   medical  care by Dr. Burnett"and the tenderest  of nursing by the   borrowing   mother.  The funeral took place on   Monday to'  Creston .cemetery,   the remains being  t-iken on the the eastbound train and  many citizens accompanying to pay a  t.-tist, iribot*. of respect.    The   lat^t,   sad  riles were conducted by Rev. J. Herd-'  man, with'Masters /Lewis   and Whitman Abbott, Andy Hagen and Manuel  Irving as |iuUbearers.    In their heavy j  bereavement   Mr.   and    Mrs. Payette I*  have the very  genuine sympathy of a I  wide cii*cl<s of fi-it-sid*-, many of Wlaonu 1  paid a.  last   tril������i*te\of   respect   with I  floral remembrances^ someyof   which  were:   -";-     "   *" ->. ,%.';[   :     ,."  *  Wreaths���������Mi*s,Angiis Camerot������,Mra.  R.-Didbom, Mr. and Mrs. O.Ringheim,  Mtv and  Mi-a.   I*    Mclnues,   Mr. and  Mrs. J. B. Rudd, Mr. and Mrs. K. Uri,  MissO. Hagen      Cross���������Mr. and Mrs.  P.    Andeatad,   Mrs. - Joy."      Sprays-^-  Presbyterian   Lmdies*   Aid,    Mr.   and  Mrs.   Grady, Mra. Hook and   family,  Mr. and Mrs; H. Irving,  Mr. and Mrs.  E. Uri.   Master Oswald  Uri,   Mr. and  Met*. Towson and  family,   Miss Margaret Joy,   Mrs.   Uuth  Joy,  Ms*, and  Mrs.   O.  W. Taylor^ancl family,   Mr.  and Mrs. R. Daltvitn, Mr. and Mt>. C.  Ulndley. Master R. Hind ley, Mrs. and  Miss Rosindale,   Miss B.   McFarlane,  Mr. and   Mrs.   W...-!������. Oooper,' Miss  Bmina  Hagen,  Mr,  ano   Mrs.  J.   G.  Abbott and faniily,Mi-*"j Agnen Hagen,  Mr. and Mrs. Foxall  and family, Mvp������  N. Couling,  Mr. and  Mr--.   B. Buttei-  fleld, sr..   Miss D. Buttertteld,   Miss B.  Dallioni, Mr. and 'Mr't*. M. Hagen, Mr.  und Mrs. J. C. Moore, MIsb Ellen Uri,  Mr. and  Mi-m. D. Battel Held, Mr. nnd  Mrs. P. Hugen, <tnd many othera.  NEWS OF KOOTENAYS  Wynnttot  M3������m Ellen John-ton, who has been a  gtiCHt of Mifls Ot Hagen, left on Monday for her home in Cranbrook,  .T. C. Moore of Rfondel is -"pending  a few days atthe home of hla wife's  parent-*, Mr. nnd Mrs. M. Hagen.  Can-Operative Fruit Growers Attend-  atlon ttirtde the blgpent ������.lnj-;le day's  Rhipping on .'Tuesday* when they had  two straight cj������rhiitc_f- of berriet**  bci-Bdca Hovf-rn! !hundr������--d erateM������hlpp3n-ij  I.e.!!.. Anotha-r et--'1.3-,-i'odee"l WMJin-c'isy,  antB two more on Thnrwday* making a  tottd of ten CHta to date.  H. 8. McCreath. of  Crouton   haw   a  truck hero thin 'spiteon, hiuiling in  Ikerr-lea for the Co Opt-rtittvo I'm it  Grower* Aaaociatlon, and In kept busy.  The nervlcB l������ fully appreciated by the  1 A Mm n-.l Hl.lt alia.   Hullo are able Ut mret the  herriis" in when -wanted.  lDhicfc <*ri*ek hna  three pelViriE ������JT'*n"  An afternoon tea and sale of conking  one afternoon last week, netted $110  for the library at Trail,  T|i* News says Trail is fast making  a reputation lor the number of big  autos in operation in that town.  Due tu ii light strawberry and  raspberry crop the Vernon Newife tell*"  ita venders to be ifady for higher  prices for jams.  The Gazette claima that Barrister  Pincott of Grand Forks has green peat-  outdoor grown that will be ready for  Bun day dinner on the 21 tit.  Trail Is advertiaing for another  pollcoutan. Since the beer parlors  opened the number of drunk* lo be  looked after has vwry ftreatl"*- increanodi,  according to the News.  J_J^MaUU5pyDJEEa  iR"*S^Wiij*>**,i,*"-,r^^  ��������� wuiti; ;ron   |-"rk:i:   un, r    '  '    ���������'���������   A. -M.  cm >SS'.'  ^:.d":.A^:U������'^S:Q*7������t;^.^tlxbr:i'dc  BECAUSE  CHEVROLET  OUTSELLS  any other two cars  with three-speed transmissioii it cam build more quality  into each car and stili maintain its low price..  CBBVBOLIJTMOTOKCABS AND  TRUCKS  A&Stm'YS  - "M<r_lLfi.UGKIJQSf-BUrCK  CABS  BE!  HOB  Massey-Harris Mowers  The Machine that zvili cut anything  and last a lifetime.  band!   in   Calgary  out; t juiavjuiuip  Barb Wire*  There are also a few used machines   ou  guaranteed in. good^order and priced right.  ; v/xwxljQuni atsuxrAxjji>& i*-\j"trV=-t_.nu nave  up when the Hay is ready."  Plough Share. Fin  Coulters.  Floor.  rAKimtK"! c������urri.i utrui  j  The Best Way  DON^1 risk loss by enclosing cmsh  in v/otar letters. You wiii And ti*������  Moiiuey Orders issued by thi������ .Bank a  isftfb and convenient way of paifring  vpnax outjH^-town account  Ourltrfler can lactao tlij-mii wfthmttitelayitf tha������  eo>tas-V>stOflaoe<w__|-iceisCaVt_ai_u  WB WH-.OOMB YOUR BU8IWBM m������  THE CANADIAN BANK  OTTO  Ca-pltal FWUI Up $2O^0O(MXH>  Reoer-vt: Fond $?.0*O00,00p  Creston Bcanch  E>. T- Sctimgeour, Bttaaseet  I  P. BURNS & CO., Ltdi  MEAT MERCHANTS  f ��������� '.' i1? " ���������*��������� '" "'"' '���������'" ' "'��������� :li?:li"t;:"i,Uinif"rr;g;iaesli;i'l;li -riim  .--^    " P*RY OUK"  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economical dish, easy to secve.  Shamroch Brand HAM, BACON ana%LARD  G������������i||/IMjL������: ' CREAMER Y. BUTTER'  Government graded. Inch-eat nualiti*.  FRESH and CURED PISH  all varletlea. "  Choicest BEEJhs PORK, MUTTON,, VEAL, LAMB  BbRNS* IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  Increase*- -br^c production and prottucea netner pouittry.   Bag ihi-1**.*,.  mmm  J ���������_.p-i������j**-������iffl-as*'x. ,M^fay;jgfe^^a;r::g^JLM.gjf^^  ���������mm*''*'****^  ���������THE   MflVJUflWl   CBESTON,   B.   C.  /o/jfcusssia. -*���������.  ������T J^pmounce of the fypanishjtfciin .. -  't_/  RAFAEL- SABATINI  Comnshtcd, 1922. by Rafarl St-rtMiin.  <?CAPTAfN BLOOD." ���������'Yitagnph picture wit*������ J. WarrYn K-rrJfisj,  i_n lhe  title rolf,  is an" ndsptatton .of this "hrilliug aowcL.  SYNOPS.IS  He   went   out,   leaving  his   lordship  pensive, those O r- -amy blue eyes of his  ludying   Miss   Bishop's 'face'  Peter   Blood,   buccaneer,   in; *        -     (  of   his   ship,   tlie   Arabella, I ���������nl.c-.ntly  Arabella     Bishop,     wijh i for all .their dreaminess;  liis mind dn-  captam  command  named   alter   Arabella     Bishop,     whh i for  whom    he.     is     ia  love-,   engagc-s  two��������� creasingly uneasy.  Spanish ships in     battle     and    over- j  whelms them.      Alter the fig-lit he res- |  cues    Arabella     and     I_,ord* Wade,  an ; in his slow, languid  voice  -emissary sent to  theA-Vest Indies hy   seemed toi* change its level.  King Jamr-s  to make peace with pir- j phouid .lltin. |lis course for  acy, and makes them his guesls..      J he j  sight of Arabella stirs all  his love for  AAA*kxAA^xAP&;R-rm-Ar:>A������^-m  mAtiMtZJViiAQiMtss  k&Am>:fWfsimwm^M  s  position    of    the    cire-amstunces.      In  "lie aitiaztsme, this innn," said-he, .'j thataim.zemeiit./lie left her, and went  that never ] in q-uest of Biood.;  "That he j:'.   He. found   .lie   Captain   pacing   the:  us is in it- j quarter-deck .With      the      amiable  wonde.i-;-   but:  that  lie ixamiliarity he; nticd. Lord Julian''.slip-  sell:  matter  for  her. bttt'he  fears hi.-; career as a  pir-; should take it risk on our ..behalf���������(bat j ^^ au arm through  one ol" the. Cap  ute  has   bias  her love.  sted  alL  hopes  ol  winning; he should venture into Jamaica waters  CHAPTER    XVII.���������Continued  His lordship "decided to seek additional information from Miss Bishop.  For this he must wait until Pitt and  Wolversf.on-e should have withdrawn.  He was hardly made to wait so long,  for as Pitt rose-from the table to follow Wblvers tone, who had already departed, Miss Bishop detained him with  a question:  - "Mr.   Pitt,"   she   asked,   "were   y*&u  from i  .    .    It amazes me, us I liave said."  ''What  is stilt more amazing is that  lie dots not hold Us to  ransom,"' said  she at last. .. ���������*..,,. ;,-   '.-.. -y...,...-  "It's   what  you  deserve."  "Oh, and wliy, if you please?"  "For .speaking to liim as you did/"  "E    usually    call    things    f>y    their  nanies."  .  .   .  ''���������-'..       -���������'  ",���������-'  "Do  you?  boast of it.  f shouldn't  either     ex-  tain's and ' t'ejl"'into st;^p beside .him.  :?   "What's tills?'7 snapped   Blood.        ,._:,  :.*'!  desire;,: sir, that we  he  friends,"  : "That's   .mighty    condescending    ol.  yqu,!"  ' ���������.-������������������:������������������';"'���������.     '       '   ������    ��������� ���������  :    "Lord Jul;an ignored the-obvious saiv.  casni.  7 "It's    an    odd    coincidence fliat we  Should have been brought .together ,in  this fashion,  considering that  I  came.  -out   to   the  Indies   especially- to   s-*<']i  ;you."       And he-proceeded to  explain  Promise Prince Fine  Time  In  South Africa  Nothing Too Good For Heir to Briti-h  _-., Throne  Predicting that tha Prince would  have a glorious time in South Africa,  J. S. Smith,JLJie now high commissioner, said it-.was Tor the Prince to  decide whether ho. wanted 1o drive a  team of 16 oxen oiy whether ho -wanted to assume* charge of anything: else  his heart could desire within .South  Africa.'  The Dutch farmers of C^ipe Colony,  Smith said, w^ra vieing wiih one another to provide the British heir with  suitable horses for his use during the  visit. Or, if.the Prince cared to shoot  lions, South Africa would provide  plenty of them, or plenty of most anything in the wild animal line. if the  Prince desired more feathers for liis  coat of arms,.Commissioner Smith assured him South Africans could show j  their royal guests .the best oi" their  ostriches and-invite him to select,-the  choicest of their plumes.  "after, every meat*  )parenis:~ encourage ihe.    ^  Children io care rbr iheir teefhf  Give them. Wrigleyls.  It- removes fttod particles  from the teeth.. Strengthens  the 4uui-. Cosi-Bats acid  mouth.  Kef resiling, and henefIcial!  Sealed  tight  KEF>T  RIGHT  hot   one  of   those   who   escaped  Barbadoes with Captain Blood?" \  "1    was.      I    loo,    was one of your!  uncle's sla/cs."  "Did you ever sail with a French-  nian named Cahusac?"  "Cahusac?"        Pitt laughed. The  name" evoked a'ridiculous memory.  "Aye.      lie was  with us at Maracay-  bo."   ..'"at,     ���������.:-  '"And another Frenchman named Levasseur?*'  ''.Aye. Cahusac   was   Levasseur*.*-*  lieutenant, until he died..'"  "Until he died?"  "Levasseur.      He "was Killed- on one  of the  Virgin Islands two  years ago."  .   "Who  killed   him?"  ' "Captain Blood Ivillcd him."  "Why?"  "They quarreled," lie said shortly.  "Was   it   about  a    .    .    .a   lady?"  Miss Bishop relentlessly pursued him.  ': "You  mi-siit  put   iv   vhat  way  ';  "What was the- lady's name?"  "Miss d'Ogeron. She was the daughter of the Governor of Tortuga. She  had gom-.' off with this fellow" Levasseur, and . . . and Peter deliver-  t-rf. ht'i out of his dirty clutches. He  was a black-hearted scoundrel, and deserved what   Peter  gav������- him.''  "I see. And . . . and yet Captain Blood has not married her?"   4  "Not   yet,"'  laughed  Pitt,  who  knew  the utter gmundlessn-ss of  the com- 1  nion    gossip    in    Tortuga whieh   pro-}  nounct-.-d MdUe. d'Ogeron the Captain's!  1'ul.ure wife.    . He paused in the door- t  way so impart a piece- of information.  "Maybe   it'll   comfort   you   to   know  that   "he   Captain*    has     altered     our'  course   for   your   benefit.       It's  hi",  intention  to put you   both ashore on the  eoassn ni Jauiair-a,  as nt-ar  Port  lloj'al  as. *vva- tlai-e vencure. \\*<"*ve gone Jihotii,  and if   this   wind   holds  ye'll   soon  be  home  apaln. iii8.-*"ra-ss."  Slab me:!  Jt    argues  j treme   youth   or   < -.-ctr^me   foolishness, ^himself and his mission-  dis-iday of ingratitude.''*������ |7  "Ye're_my guest,  aboard  So does  Ilu  this  Sitii*  A faint, ci'lour stirred in hercheelrs. Isaid Captain Blood, "and  I   si ill  haye  Et is news lo me that ingratitude is a7-some notion.of decent bt-Uavior left me  | fault only   to   be  ! and the foolish."  found   in  the  jrounj  ?.from     other,   days,     fhio.f_ and   pil*au  though 1 may be.      So I'D "not be telling you what. E'think of you  for dar-'  !ihg to  bring me  this  ofCt.-r, or of ?ny'  ��������� Lord     Sunderland���������since     he's    your  kinsman���������for-hav ing the impudence to  .send it.      But it dot s not surprise me  ^at all  that otie who  is  a  minister  of  {James   Stuavt's: should   conceive   that  every man is to be seduced t*\V' bribes  .into betraying those who trust him."  - (To be continued)  MADE HE^BABY  PLUIP AND WELL  And���������and yet Captain  Blood  has not married  her."  I     Nothing makes a mother more grate-  i lul  than a sierieflt confem. .1^,11 pon her  | child.      Mothers ever.VAvliere.Hvho have  loused    Baby's    Own    Tablets for their  children  spealc   in  enthusiastic  terms  -ol:'them.     For instanceyMvs. Zepherin,  Lavoie", Three "Rivers;  Que., writes :���������-  "Baby's  Own Tablets are a wonderful  medicine for little ones.      Thoy never  ��������� fail   to   regulate   the   baby's   stomach  and bowels, arid make him plum** and  well.     I always keep a box of the Tab-  JLels in the house and would advise all  mothers to do likewise."'     Most of the  Horizontal  J���������Out of Style  j   6���������Line of grass.  I'll���������Large  bay window.  i 32���������Flourv,   starchy.  ��������� 3 3���������Mixed type.  i 14���������Opens again.  two. j  "You   are   probably, aware  .that,; ho  delivered   us,"  gaid  he.       "And living  as toil have done    in    these,    savage:  placets   ol:   lhe  world,, you   can  hardly.!  fail   to   be  aware   of   what   is   known I  even     in.    England:';that,   this  'foliov.' j  Blood     strictly     icon'fines    hini*.elf .yto |  making war upon  the  Spaniards; ySaj  that  to   call   him   thief "{thd"* pirate-.'as j  you   did  was   to   overstate     the   ictise J  a Kit Jnst  him.at a   time when it vi*aiilil j  have   been mort- prudent to  hav*. Vun-i  j dei'staled   il."* ': . 7'  "Piaidertri'?"      I let.* voice**;was scornful.       "Wli*������l   have   f   to   do  with'iii;ti-  llenee?" i j t_  "N"olhiriR���������as I, perceive, lUi-i.-'-jstt.  lea hi. snuly gentro>-iiy. I telll; you  fankly. ma'am, that in Itlotxi's place  1 shotilt] never hav"1-been so ';n1ce.  Siiil; me! To, be.sold, into slaiJtU'y!  I'll!" I-lis lordship shuddered. "And  to a damned colonial plimier" .Tin  cht eked abruptly. "I beg your-pardon,   Miss   Bishop.       For   the moment  ordinary*   ailments   ot"   childhood   arise j -jg���������proftx  meaning  in thy 'stomach and bowels, and can be j is���������Emplov.  quickly banished  by Baby's Own Tab- : 20 Scanty."  lets.      These Tablets-relieve constipa- '23. Sea eagle.  tion and indigestion, break up colds -J 22���������Belonging to the sun  and simple fevers, expel worms, allay | 2-1���������Kind of tree.  teething pains and .promote, hea It'll fill  sleep. They are guaranteed to be  free from injurious drugs and are safe  even for the youngest nnd most delicate- child. The Tablets are sold by  medicine dealers or b>r 4m1.il at 25c a  box from Th'e Dr. Williams' Medicine  Co.. Brockville, Out.  US  26  as-  30  .ui-  32  yt'i-ri"   I'iii'j-i'-tl    away   by  .your!  ili-l'enct-   of   ihi'.-t    ,    ,     , -   sea 1  Miss  IH.-diup's scorn was al- j  ���������d a I hc-i" iigfiiu.  liis large, pale  ���������-til a HlMe, "I  liim so," he said  ii  nirli'l  heavy  her  lnti.v,  Ilann*  frown  I hit  Pains   and   Headaches   Re������  lieved by Taking Lydia E.  Plnkham^s Vegetable  Compound  Dublin, Onujr������v. - "I -was weak an������*.  !rre^uiar, with |jains and headaches,  stnd emilrl n-jt nleep nif'bts. 1 learned  Skboat. Lyrita K. Pinlchaiii'ti VeffctjiMe  C'oi'iipouml hy reading: the letLer.H in the  mj'WspapefH and tried it. because i  tvanterl to -.'ct better. J have ^ot koo'  resultw- I'rorn Et. nn J feel a Ua stronuei  ssnd am not troubled with each hue  B,cia<"a������-h<"-' as " used to be and am more  regular. 1 iini fcaiininpc in weight all  _)he lima* Hiitl J tell my friend*" what  l.indnl'rnetJiemo I nm taking. Vovi may  use rny letter as a h������-ip to other-"."���������  .(VI. h. ,SlAr\ii'.s K>.t:nci, JU������x 12, Dublin,  aTlnltirK).  liaaH^ax Nurse Rccortamcpds  "Ifalifjiv, K. R. -- "T Uffi a matet-nitj  nil rue ;md have recrtr. amended Lydiia K  I'i nk hum'** Ve-^.et������������������le Ctmipi Xtutvi i������r  iiinnv wiirniffi nhfa were ehildleHS, aim.  to woniesi WIIH need ft 0"*><l tonic. I au  ���������I-.titflish and mv hupliartrf is Anieri<*j������n,  stud he eohl m<> of Lydia K. riokbrtn*  u-hil*! in FinR-lund. 1 wouW ������vf*rw'mtc  st foriy nr two of your little hooks on  uy.-ne'ri'H nflnai-n-lp. T hnvn one which 1  Keep lo Send. T will wilhnerly ������n������wer ."b;  lettfei-H  Trom any worsen  utiking ftboul jolT-  the Vei,'el'"lil-e'<rrriniilJ'-pnd.    ���������    Mrw. S. M. I     |f],; | r ^1. *I *. j 111 * Ii.ui'h.-d .-.ol'tly.     "I-'nltlj,  tfior-M-viAN.^'l-_ IJ-nlftck* Street, llnlifax.   ||<H  d())|ll  ,ll((,,���������|iV#      t  h;iVt,  ilit,  <-,������������������.  5*.1 ,������������-.*   Si-nl Una . , ,..,,,,  HlhlHlOII     III     III J-      |������l������flta-a.. .tllll     -al-     III  -I   iiiiia*/i-iii������"iii   li>   a   br  Purchase Rare Poems  -*  Robert   Bursts'   Poems   Fetch    Record  Price at London Saie  The lloseiihaeh Company, of Philadelphia, paid the record pile--.*'of ;iZ'\,-  175 for the finest exisllng cfipy of the  Kilmarnock edition, of poems chiefly  in the Scottish dialed, by Robert  TUirns. The whole of this edition  brought   the   pott   only   ������20.  At   the   siime   auction.   Rosonbachs  Cut. of meat.  ���������Marsh birds.  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Pet Lioness Put In Zoo  Arymal   Belonging   to   General   Smuts  Was Becoming Troublesome  General Smuts' lioness Sally, who is  now twelve months old and well on the  obi a i tied fo,-  .-tSSu aiiother-lnterest ing j way    to    adolescence,  has  be-cn  con-  |      "You  j heal    in  ! robber."  ; ll'lo.'-l   fierce.  ������      Ills     lordship     slur  Then    lie   hiili'-clost A  '-.*,-1 ��������� s, ?tad  1 lltt-d his  h  v.iunler ���������wit*   you hnfe  softly.  He    Aa \v    l b<*   .-uddi  ; upon   her  ehei !.-s,     1 h  i thai   ������!������-. 1 i-at-iirl<���������*I   upon  ' 1 here  Wll,"!  '    * * f r i * * <* -  lot, consisting of si copy of the ih"K*  edition of "Alice "in Wonderland,"  published in I Stir., of whicli only six  copies art' Uitown 1.0 exist,  tiitriicin:  at  all."  "Then  loivi   hl|i  HO   r-VJilo.'doil,  Itiin'.'        r>oi'ii!        W'ltai        11  J   ibui'i    ra-gai'tl   the   l'������'|low  , To   Attend .U*Wei|ifts  Two   hmnlred    Hrlilsh   serin ton   and  I marines who look  pari, in the nriil on-  ; the Ztvbriigge Mole In 'April, "I9.1K, are  10 be present in the unveiling by lhe  King of Hit*  Th-'lgla'ns", on  Si", fl forge's  '71 >uy. April 23. of a wm* memorial at  Zeebnig^'. Admiral Sir Roger Keyt-R  having Hinted linn lhe men would nr-  rivc at l)ov -r on Ihe preceding evening. Hover corpora Hop deciihd lo  eiili'ilain them  on  tliul   occasion.  Answer To Last Week's Puzile  1 ui     ,- Ijtmlfl. lua'tiiu."       liis'  ��������� poke    I j i.-.    ihotti'hl    I'ranUly,  "Jf<".-   wm-rth   regnriling.        He'd   he   an  ;te������iil i-J 11 t-t������n     rti     I he     ICItil'"      nial'V, A '  V,\'f.u     ri'iatt,      MI h h   IMhIioi*.       j\   mat)  won li iii-|.ariiJiiK."  Mlf.1.  Ilixlioii  ivit-' iiK-ved  lu rai'ertKiit.  "V'ttU   i-l><illlii  iif-a-  -.our  infltli'liee   vv H li  -niy  Lord Hltith 1 laittl  lo ba. ���������> Hie Iviliii'  r   blfm  a.  f (iini3il:::^l'������ii,"  Can't Keep House  Without Minard's  C. IC. ^ riRlit, of Koxboro, Alasa.,  write.--, ait follow."':  "VVJII yop-pleiiHO iiilvb-e me how  l can get your ifnhnent. I can't  ��������� keep Iiouho without Minard's.  Wti wt re nr-vrr without. 11 In our  home In Nova Scotia."  Minard'H in splendid for Hpialns,  biuliKH, aheunml-BKm, coldis etc.  H jgit in ������'���������       ��������� m  RJa8W-*St"if8  C*   E flflfl 8*1*9 IS fix  If HSaStUII U   <9     Bit.BIBBIIBBI-'BB-S.  demned fo the solitary confinement, of  a zoo cage at Pretoria.  Sally used lo roam fre������*ly over A en-  oral Smuts' fa ni), following the general  like a I'aJlhl'ul dog, but. slarlling- his  guests considerably.  Recently sheep, 'game and poultry  hail been disappearing niystirloiisly,  but Sally always noerm.d Innocently  aloof. Her diminished .appetite for  her cusloinary food, however, combined with her rapid growth, placed  her under suspicion, and she was. removed  to <h������* '/.(".O.  Arsenal  50,000 Years Old  AreJiiieologisi.s art; Investigating tlio  accidental discovery neur llocheHfei*,  l!���������ig., of^wluu, iseems to he a jue-hls-  l.orlc factory for tools and weapons.  Some '10,000 si one implements have  been unemihed ami the en perls are  ol' tlie opJnioii tltiit about ao,i.ou year**  iigo the place was a eonslderahlf ar-  Hennl.  uh  IhlngH  went  then, .  The ones who look down on Ihe  world from a (.reiii height are nvlnIovh,  Jnlelleeltials and kids of Hlxteeii.  A  Inn of coal ir. equivalent, to 1'  cords of wood for si earn  purposes.  mmm  mmmma  aau  a   uouu  nann  a  ,.'.!:7..7:..0H/'.,"7.''1,'B|Ca'.7: ;i?,(  nmnra   irinta   aaaa  CBBnn       BBuea  -��������� BlPIKlBEEi";'��������� nKBES'EI' ������������������ *  Paper From Alberta Straw  Tost.1" ha/a been made with Alberta  Rl'rtiw for Iho manufaettivo nf tin per.  m Trade Co.nmiHHion.^r Still chbury n-  povts. and these lpive been so BiieeeNS-  ftil that: efforts tire being made by liH  department to inlert-Ht en pi talis Ik In  lhe comiiKrcial man u fact tt re of thlrf  product..  All shaas arc eas .ty  shined with  SlioePolisli  lite *lart<ta������tl 't&t va Cue  i*v-.ri|l������c>������Ii|l<tKyww iy^mlUt^  ���������������>it*t-������are ih<z t-tiftntfiry fit  r������HE    REVIEW,    CRESTON,    B.    C.  :S^S^MiW������l  ;-?iN:eeasi:7  11 n  ������i  irritation & '*  oiears away *- **  Rtmplea, Raah,/  Blatohcsi.        r^k ...  Spz������ma,������to.   /yj-ffifU  39e J-tl Dealers. ' ^ ;  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  Gives Away Wealth  trai. ���������**    ^..^.������.-,^,������        TU__l^.a-        11.��������� I..        A*���������.c,  i        \TiiS      vVO*f<i������ o     wasoi    jlaif      llllE,  Will restore  gray hair to  ita  natural   qolor  In   15   minutes.  SmaEI    Size  $3.30   by   mall  Double Size $5.50   by   mail  t-r_a  ui  uio w.  T  la.  i sii-������wf   ������---������������������������"������������������  Ilmilail  "t.aia^B������aava  wtviv*  JPhone M. 3374-5        130 Yong������ St.  | TORONTO,  ONTARIO   .George Eae-tman, Kodak: King, who  recently ..turned over to his two vice-  presidents, a business capitalized at  over a quarteyjbillion dollars. East-  p__m( wiir? win be Tl vears old in Jul*1"  wants to be free to take a somewhat  more detached position in - human  affairs. ' **"       ���������  -   Two Baby Grand pianos were shipped by a New York piano firm  from  'Hoosev-elt Field, Long Island, to Washington, by air.  The executive oi* the Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation  lias recommended more thorough academic training- for continuation school  teachers. -'   "*  The U.S. battleship Idaho has been  added to the detachment to visit" Australia and New Zealand on revised  schedule, reaching Sydney, July _ 23,  ^ue.sasue day another detachment will  reach Mtlbourned on revised schedule.  A float illustrating early Protestant]  missionaries* activities in the west, in.]  the stampede parade, will be arrang- j  ed .for by Calgary Ministerial Associa- j  tion, it was decided at a meeting oi* the  association.  Elwood Hayne-s, 68, who in 1804 invented the horseless carriage, is dead  at his home, Kqkomo, Int., a victim of*  influenza. Mr. Haynes, who had never fully recovered from a -previous attack of the disease, was ill but a few  days.   ������������������ ���������       *  Arrangements have been made-.to  liold the next annual convention of  the- Canadian Authors* Association at  Winnipeg on June 25, 16 and 27. The  copyright issue is scheduled for debate.      A new executive and national  -council will be elected.  Over    $4,000,000    will"   be spent, on  _roads and highways in British Colum- i lingerie, silks,  riDbons, skirts, waists,  bia this year, of which ?2,O00,OOO will ] dresses,    coats,    s-tOckings,    sweaters,  "DIAMOND DYE"  IT  A BEAUTIFUL COLOR  <  Perfect       home  dyeing   and   iint-  Canada's Debt Decreased ~  Decrease of Nearly Six Millions During  i the Past Year  .The statement of the finance department just issued and covering all  returns received "up- to March 31, the  end of the fiscal-- year, shows a decrease in the net debt of Canada dur-  irig the month of March oi* $1,882,272  asf Compared" with March, 1924, and  a "decrease of $2,898,182 in ordinary-expenditures. For the Ajirhole year ordinary**- revenue dropped $53,087,819  and ordinary expenditure decreased  $7,033,464, as compared with the previous fiscal year.  The net debt of Canada on the last  day of the fiscal year just clost-d stoofl  at $2,403,005,035. At the end of the  previous n-onth the net debt was  $2,412,196,1,07, and on the 31st of  March, 1924, it amounted to ?2,i09,-  326,639. _ consequently a decrease ot  approximately &ix millions in the net  debt during the '> year is shown.  Demand For Cigars and Cigarettes  J, r .n.--  ������������������  2,500,000,000 Cigarettes, Were Smoked  .        In Canada  Last Year  OC the cigarettes manufactured in  Canada in the fiscal year ended in  1924, nearly two and a half billions  were smoked - in Canada: '"^Canadian  factories rolled 2,431,600,061 cigarettes  that'year and exported about ten millions, 'jfiiat left about 270 ^.eady-  madp "gaspers" a year for-evetyyinan,  woman and child, or about'one"a day if  Sunday, holy days and Lenten days are  excluded.  Of the cigars made in Canada^ llJs,-  042,909 were smoked at home andonly  166,700 exported. Imported cigars to  the number of 77,102,050^ were consumed besides. It works out at about 30  cigars per year per head of population.  Sunrise and Sundown  Synthetic Wood Alcohol  From  Germans    Make    Motor    Fuels  Water Gas  .America's $100,000,000 wood alcohol  ing       guaranteed , distillation industry is threatened with  with      Diamond | extinction by German chemists, it was  diu' declared at the meeting of the Ameri-  Dr. Cha������. W. Eliot One of the  Intellectual Marvels of the Age  Dr. Charles "W. "Elibt, president  emeritus of Harvard, observed his  91st' birthday by working as hard as  ever: At his advanced agfe Di\ Eliot  is one of the intellectual marvels of  the time. For he has not let himself  beconie a shriveled, wizened academician. It is re-assuring to find him  believing as steadfastly at 91 as he slid  in the morning of his life that if men  keep, faith with one another and art'  willing to ���������serve the world they live  in, industrial'amity is a realizable fact  and not a millennial ideah-���������Philadelphia Public-Ledger.  Dyes.      Just  In   cold   water  to  tint soft, delicate  shades, or boil to  dye rich, perman-  can Chemical Society in Baltimore.  German      are      making      synthetic  meth&nol,,formerly known as wood alcohol,  from water -gas, and are ship-  ent Tcolors.    Each j ping it in such quantities, it- was said,  15-cent package contains" directions so  as to arouse fears that the American  j simple any woman    can    dye    or lint  be devoted to ne*w construction. Provincial revenue levied from motor traffic will ' bring in $1,000,000 from  licenses, and in addition a three cent,  tax will be levied on gasoline.  production  of methanol    from    hard  wood will be wiped out.  Another    forward    stej������ of German  draperies, coverings,* hangings, every- i science   was   described   by   "Dr.   Franz  thing new.  Fischer,  director of_.the Kaiser Wii-  As a"- vermifuge* tin effective preparation Ie? -Mother Graves*' Worm Exterminator, and1, it can be .given to the  mo.t cle-lic**-*^'child without fear ol* in-  lury to the constitution. -  ���������   Trade  With West, indies  A Canada-British-West Indies conference with a view to arranging a  now tradef and transportation agree-  rient between! these, countries will, be  Istcl in"Ottiawft,' Juiie 19' rtext, accord-  l dg to official- aiinouncenient anade.-  Mrs. Margaret Phipps  ���������*i_-,. ' .** -*h^^i?*v,   *vi_r  MSStt *  Buy "Diamond Dyes"���������no other kind j helm. Institute a.t AIulheim-Ruhr, who  ���������and tell youi druggist whether "the  material you wisl to color is wool or  silk, or whether it. is linen, cotton.- or  mixed-goods. M _,     .      ���������,'".���������.  iTiore jseer lonsumea  said that a process closely related to  that by which synthetic methanol is  produced is being employed to manu-  1'acture liquid motor fuels from water  gas.    -  Stomach Cramps  Yield to "NOTSrf  Fewer   Breweries   But   More   Beer   In  Canada La*>%Year-  More .beer  and  fewer  breweries  in j    Canada in 1924 is noted in/the report [ j\vhen doubled up at midnight with  of-the, department of customs for the j cramps you don't'feel "like e-xperiment-  fiscalyetvr 19247 While the huinber of lnP: what you want Is. something to  n-an^.! Y,~awam.i������_._, ������*w.,,,^.ri ������*-^������,��������� aa *^ remove' the cramp. .Nothing acts: so  lie^t_*d,bi^erIes:-4-?pp^.,f^im-66 to I eftectively as Nervlline.. Take twenty  64, the output of malt liquor last year drops, in a little sweetened water, and  was 44,080,490 gallons compared with   quick.'as *wink.the cramp is gone. Ner  36,902,066 gallons in the previous year.  Canada exported 189,993 gallons of  last year's brew, leaving nearly five  gallons per. year per head of population for hOi-jie consumption. , In .the  some- year Canadians consumea less  than a -quaa-ter of a gallon of hard  liquor' per head, -that in of liquor reported and taxed by "the government.'  vi.line is about five times as strong a������  most medicines, and because so strong,  only a small dose is. required-to give  instant effect. For stomach, &as, fermentation, cramp-*, etc., Nerviline  sh'puld be kept -in every home . For  sui-e- protection, get "Neryillne" to-  35c at dealers.  ,im\m>mm* mi WaaVM^SV^aV fatfcVVaA^^rtSM  ���������AVoiru'j- I'holo Blt-idio *  ��������� CJaatiiam, Ont,���������.''Dr. Pieroe's Favorite-' Prescription did me a- wonderful  lot of Koott ahd to* women "who go  dovvmi in h-alth duriutr" juothcrhopd  1 would advise its use. 1 waa very  ruck, especially did -I suffer from  'morning-sickness.* My stomach was  so tipaet tliat 1 could not return anything:. I wan afraid to eat. I grew  nervous and weak and iny back  i.clieul, I just seemed jo suffer .with  -ill tlie ills thnt conic".o prospective  ���������jin others. I saw Dr. Pierce's. Favorite Prescription a<*vcru>cd. *.iu" hf^-iii  1o Inke it: and this medicine jtwt*kept  me nji line, reUeve<l,.me of a]r-suiTer-  I*.i|r-nml distress, qjid I was able to  l������e n round rightjip to the last. Iltavc  Ilu* *-*rc-atcs.t faith in 'Fnvorile Pre-  f.rrlptioii.' "���������Mrs. Mort";ari*l.' Phippsi,.  126 Inches Ave,    All deal-era.  Write Dr. Pierce, Pros. Invalid**  Hot el, BtttVaki, isl, Y��������� for- free medical advice,  ��������� win ���������'iWM"iWiaii_wnniaai_iia.v_i_������Wiiai  A Great Ideal  All Sectional and Provincial Jealousies  ,,      Must Be Removed 7  In closing his budget address Hon.  J. A. Robb said:  .V'T.hij ,'raniPdlatq future looks, brighter. But to achieve our destiny we  nuiBl rem ewe nil sectional, all provincial, jealousies from our ,hearts; we  must kei'iv Taitli; forget all differences  of tongue and creed; remembering always that wo enjoy a great heritage-;  that we avi Canadians,"  day.  Tourists In Alberta  The Calgary Automobile Club has  estimated that tourists' from "Eastern  Canada and the United States spent  more: than $400,000 on necessitief-  altine iu Alberta during 192-1. This  sum does not. Include .estimates1' of pur-  chaf-es front the .Alberta' Clovernm'ent  liquor commission.  Minard's Liniment for Colds  Alberta Beet Growers  ..A new co-operutlvo association, to  bo known ������h tho Southern AVbertii  Boet Orowera' Association, has been  recently formed with a view to giving  the iullest 1'iosRiblo Hupport of tho  sugar factory to be,.erected at Raymond this year by tho Uluh-Idaho  StiRiir Company. \  No ono need endure the agony of  corns with Hollowny'.s Corn atemover  at hand to remove them.  The numbt'r of miner.! killed in the  I'nlted Statoa la at year was four timet.  the number killed In Ktiglantl.  W,  N.    U.    aGSD  Mi"ard*������ LSnlment l-"|n������ for the Hair  A^ Chaining  Reflection  Is Obtained by Using  ������%      f# (fl    ������������������    ���������    ,  ,.  N     '8*aj^Bl(^*a1'fl'Sl***a_    ^mtfU*_'firtiY  tuncuradoap  Dally* aasiafed by Cutlcura Ointment when required. It keopw the  pores active, the skin clear and free  from eruptions ancj the scalp in a  healthy hulr-yrowlutj condition.  _UN[>1������ Ka������h Vrm hr Wftll.   Atltlmiaw r'aniialliai.  Itt>(u>l> '-IttUtitiiaaaaaai I.M , Maim traaal f t'rlau. Knan  ifara. t������lntm������in* IM ������utl Mb, 'jCwIentn aJo.  CuUcuar* SlataVlnK 3U������U 28c.  '"^-mp-r^*  >:-"-:.-"_r-  Ireland Seeks 'Chinese Trade  Seeking trade with China, "the Irish  Free State has added one more name  to the long list of government commercial; --representatives domiciled in  Shanghai, the"' commercial metropolis  of -that vast world market. The new  trade commissioner declared- that Ireland intends to extend its foreign trade  oa a ������!as*p'<_. scale diii*iDpr the nest fe-y  years.   -  MOST OLD FOLKS  REQUIRE A  HEART AND NERVE TONIC  After middle-'age little sicknesses and,  ailments seem harder to shake o������E than  formerly as the "heart action becomes  weak and uncertain and the nerves  are not as steady as they were in the  younger days.  Now is the time when all aged people who with to mafntain their health  and vigor and retain their energy ua-  impaired should use  MILBURN'S  HEART AND^HERVE PILLS  Mrs. M. O'Connor, Whitestone, Ont.,  writes:���������"I have been troubled, most  of my life, with shortness of breath,  palpitation of the heart, and fainting  spells.     I was advised, by a friend, to  try Milburn's H. & N. Pills, which I  did,  and .at once found relief, ana I  have never had a    really    bad.    spell  since.      1 a.xi  80 years of age- and I  always keep, them in the^house.  and  feel  that with  their  help -1 wilt  see  many years yet.    I alwaj-s recommend  them to anyone who is suffering from  heart trouble." s*~ /.  For sale at all druggists and dealers.  The phrase, "saving the bacon," originated during the civil wars in "England, when house-wives took-unusual  precautions to save their'* principal  meat dish from soldiers on the'raarch.  .:He!l.(5'';fbr-,]B^;b::y..:  :;l:,77Bui[di''.'^.:  v   Stroritf Bones  A    Smart    Suit   For   Day-Time  Wear  A Cliarmeen or Kool Kasha is used  to    develop    this    good-looking    suit,  which   combines   smartness,  trlmness  and  utility.      It  consists  of  a  short  coat and  two-plcce  skirt,  each   complete*    and    separate   patterns.     The  coat, No. .1057, Is niade along the simple  tailored  Hues so much in  vogue.  The -pattern contains two fronts, one  double-breasted as shown In this picture, and the    other    single-breasted,  with cutaway, rounded corners.    Coat f  made   in   sizes   34 to 43 Inches buat.l  Size 38 requires 2'.h yards of -10-Inch, i  or 1%' yards of 54-lnch material. The  skirt. No. 1027,  is  a  two-pleco  model ���������  slightly  gathered   at   the  waist.      It \  may be made with or without the lap- j  pockets -ind has    side-fastening   belt, j  The   skirt   is   cut   in   sizes   26   lo   31  inches waist,' and requires 2%  yards  of 40-Inch, or IVi yards of 54-Inch nm-  "toriul for Bl**o 2S. ,  GRAIN FUTURES  Buy r.ids and Oilfer-i In-Wheat. Oat*-.  I'"l*i*c or I'sirloy rtoo<1 for at-ven dav>-s* in  -VVitmipejr Market, at only a few points  away. Market very ao.tivx* mow und  many people havo made biff money  buyhiK privileffea. Ton Olforji or Ton  Bids on li-.oOO bushela only ".lS.OH.  NORMAN TOBIAS  803 Union Bank Bldg., WtnnJpea. M.*j-i.  Cook's Regulating Gompound'l  A'i.|-ifc~. liable, re-(ul������tln������  rneetfcliti'e loi'.tv-im*"1,  rWil 'ii*,'  lHr^r(3r������!ir<t.cif-������tTrit(-tli:'S^ !,-'>!,-  >,!.,', 5.|.,.*>"ft.'l, *5.r>...   r...-,-|.*:lij.,*l!-'  .l-rU,>-l|K'!df 'H>l>t fa)>ivkl|j tap tl-fXipt  ��������� *'-ti-| ,f)>S >;v,-7.. f,"*'- 1:;;.:  TMC COOK MSDiciN-C CO,  Torottle (torit.rll. Viaada.r '      '  J".,'l'i1',,'.'atl*:,,"������r.-t I'.'tal.-  > l,������',n.'-Vt ,1,1  .J.. ..  .Kit Mam It- ,-i������  ���������    , ;     ���������" ���������  Hfow To Order Patterns  Address���������Winnipeg Newspaper Union,  175 McDermot Ave., Wltirtipeil  OVSII NALr A OIMTURV ItCPUrATtON  Dr LECLERG'S n^^g^S  W*Ja~ UD!iItl* ������t.HD-taC-l. ������������ *VKl ,BACKJlaPHK.Jttfc  Dr LEGLERC8 V.L,uAN/EMfA  ������\r* ANlk 1ILUII1.K  WOn   UAtlUI". AIJ.������lhKT������.  __ ^^        W-"OttTAB_B  Dr. LE CLERC S ajf-krient piul������  Hotai t������ir Hidltat Ch������ml������������-t- l*rtcai������ In Ki-*lanat _������.  O-t.I.XCl.R'-C M.d.Co. MaT_ir������l<ykW.t. N.U*.������.I.o*,1o������  ���������rMiaiBI.10irr.Mnii, rao--i Si.it,.Ta.i-OMo.om  WM.   HKKKaUkH ST"IK���������������*. New VOSK Cl I V-  Pattern No..  .Size.  \3T_i.i.^   "JL JLILjJL/C_j  Name,  Town.  -**������*. *  ������  ���������  ��������� ��������� i  Province.  Send   20c  cjln  or htamps   (wrap coin  carefully)  "Phew Is enough i>ho**t������horuH  in  ih������-  hi:i..,.*.i    body     lu    ziv..\i\: *I.*i0')  :::::*!*".*.  heads.  S^*M."ftA.%.  ������,ia^aa"ml__*tft_aa1afli  FOR THE  tum^my.    mmg.    ���������mm^m.        ������|k   ^M*     T>���������*%     "M"  "If   ^NW  Don't trirlexviili a Pain  in the .Back���������It mtiy  mean Kidney Trouble!  Cm   Pills will* relieve  you.   Gel a box to-day*  ss  ^  ^  [ tfSi,\;^x\3sant^i^ __coe  *H*B  BfBBga  2-i:-: | ^������^.^:y ^^^s.% .^7  "THE  ���������JiES1M>H  ItETE^W  Hay Bob BAs^i-Five tons of Srat,  cutting alfalfa; ready about June 25th.  820 ton, deli-ersd direct from $.he field  in shape   to   put   in   barn   or   stack,  Bert Boffey. Creaton.  , *-"".��������� "  Good old? summertime  weather has  prevailed L&roughout the week, with _  little cool off on" Sunday   when  there  was a slight  fall "o������ * rain.   Saturday*  ##*������-������  with GO in the shade,  A*s~. etS *fc=_,"-S=,-_=i_������.'fc.  *3������jl    *.*������    <_/*������������_.   ������a5.v������������aj-_a������  was  the hottest  The public and high schools close ffor  the two months" summer vacation  today, and are" due to resume operations on Monday, September l-*ir~ Up  to the present there has - been but one  resignation from the staff.  Strawberries and Raspberriefe  Wanted���������-"We Would like to get, in  touch with growers who sell direct to  the retailer* For reference write  Canadian Bank of Commerce. Taylor  Beos., Medicine Hat. Alta.  Both for qaj-ant-it-y and -quality iss  display as well for attractive hall  decorative effect the 1925 flower show  of:tbeWcKiesi'sIbsststnt*** considerably  sntclRSScd all Its predecessors. Tb&  sale of home cooking brought in about  Mr. and Mrs. Fred TEtyckmar. and [  young daughter, are visiters here this  week with his mother, Mrs. W. S.  Ryckman, who came on front Cranbrook with them, after a splendid  motor trip over the Banff-Windermere highway.  Ai&iiean Gtiureh Services  SUNDAY, JUNE  CRESTON  I  noun ijl  GJSO, __LB_T_I_"y  PROMPT MAIL and PHONE SERVICE*  -__". l~ $  Wilson's Fly Pads, 15c.; 2 for  Dragon Fly Guns, 15o.; 2 for..  Insect Powner Pumps   Fly Tox __: : .   50c, 1,00  .25  25  IS  ���������42.00  Pyrethrum Powder. tb���������.  Oi? GatrbmeEUa, oa. ���������   Mosquito Salve.,  Mosquito Lotion, bottle __.   Insect Powder, tit* ._.  -Keating- Powder_~ ^  Katal Sticks, box  _  Local and Personal  For Sjjxe���������Auto   knitter,  new.     wilt    sell    right.-    Vi  JSricksbh.  good   as  ������������������".*���������������__���������  J. W. Dow was a visitor in Spokane  a couple of days last week, returning  on Friday.  *.- The July meet in;? off the Presbyterian Ladies' Aid will be  at the home of  Mrs. M. J". Boyd, at 3   p.m.,   Friday,  3rd.  OGILVIE Goods are defxmdobis  Just Arrived!  A SHIPMENT OF  Canvas Shoes  for Men  I_eatber Toe Caps.  Rubber Heels.  Just the thing for hot  weather.  Fob Sa_>B���������Underwood typewriter,  in goodehape.    Enq-pire Review Office.  Fob Sent���������drioont house, centrally  located;    immediate    possession.    W.  ������_. Brown. Creston.     "' --"--y- -''���������;-.'".  Miss Lyda Johnson was a visitor  with Cranbrook friends a few days the  fore part of tbe week.  Fob Sale���������-One ton Ford truck,  $225, or will trade for car. C-O.  Lind bloom, Kitchener..  Provincial police! McLaren is now  doing dnty i_n ay new Chevrolet car,"  which he took delivery of from the  Lidgate garagey oin7-' Wednesday. His  other-machine had been in use about  six 'years and had .certainly earned  retirement. *    -  Forty pupils from Creston Valley  -schools are writing on the Entrance to  High School examinations **" which  started at CrestoB on Wednesday.  With the exception of Alice Siding  every school from Kitchener tn Sii-dar  has two or more nand idates.  The reportwhieh; was current everywhere a couple off weeks ago as to the  death of-Geomrey, eldest son of W. F.  Stark, at Victoriai were incorrect.  The Review has been asked to correct  the paragraph announcing his demise  which appeared  in the issue   of   June  Sth. -. -. :..-7-  AtK������st..8a Lead, tte-, -.,.���������.,..,, .���������,., ; ..._,  Bluee-ton*-, lb 7, 7 -   ���������_',*. -,-,��������� ���������,������������������,., ~  Paris Green,-������***-Jh.    In 5-ppund lots, per Ih..  Sodium Nitrate, Ih ~~~k.   PROMPT   MAIL.   SERVICE  ��������� t������9������  Drug & Book Store  S5SS  Fred Smith reports a steadily increasing number of autoists staying  over night and longer at the Creaton  tourist cahip at his ranch. For the  most part the callers are from the  prairie, his most distinguished gueafc  so far being a family party from New  Mexico.  The .1. F. Rope residence "looks  wonderfully imnrov^d in a new dress  of paint and Jas. Adlard is now giving  the Presbyterian manse similar attention. When he finishes tbe upper end  of Canyon street will surely be the  '-dude" residential section of the  ���������village.'."  The usual midsummei departmental  examinations for the' High School and  Entrance pupils are "under way at the  public school this week.   .Miss Tickers  WAN-raD���������Tent. 10 x 10, or 10 x-12,  must be in good" urdetv state price.  L. T. Leveque. Eriekson.  C F. Hayes. j was a visitor with  Spokane friends a few days last week,  arriving home on Sunday.  Wednesday is Uoniimon ,pay, a  statutory holiday, and all places of  business in town will he closed.  Fob, SALE���������Two-section drag harrow with drawbar, #6. '' Also walking  plow. $12.    E. Barnes, Canyon.  FOB Saijee���������Dundy purebred Jersey  calf, quality and quantity assured, $85  cash, come quick.    Chas. Moore.  Miss.Scrimegeour was a.visitor with  .Nelson friends a few days the latter  part of the week, returningbn Sunday.  WA3STi__-SmBn  fruits,   vegetable  *������ in chiirge^f the former. anAMisses  and   apples.     State    varieties.     Also! "Wade and Holmes are presiding over  s.    McKeown   & Coulter,   Fernie, j the latter with a total of _0 candidates  writing.' -:.  Mr.   and  asp berry Orates  Anyone who wishes to place their order for. Raspberty Crates  wish sis please do soat once as i&e are not heaviip  -A_1L^ J _.___  _.-_!_t_L  _������> ^.JL t.  ___,M _._  mmmmmmm   m *a mm���������*.*.**i-gg g S*   S  ******   * BOX I^ANXJlT'A.OrKTJHLEI-  Jacksons  Miss Alice Comfort, who has been  visiting at Johnson's Landing for the  past three months,   arrived   home oh  Tuesday.  Wood Fob Saxb���������About fifteen  cords of first class 10 and IS Inch dry  tnmarac and fir, $6 delivered. Bert  Boffey, Creston.  For Sale: or Tba.dk���������S months old  Jersey bull calf, purebred, $50, or will  trade for milch cow. G. Nickel,  Griffin Ranch, Creston.  Garden    fete     on    K*������mp*a    lawn,  , Krickaon, Wednesday, July  1st, from  3 Co 7 p.m.. includinga Maypole dance.  On ih will run  2.B0.  V. MAWSON  CRBBTON  &P8(iIul IT0C6S  on buns  from Sevan's garage at  1   secowl-hand   22   calibre  Remington R-epeating  Rifle. $12.50  1 New Bayard 22 calibre Rifle...    8.50  1 410 guageShot^uii.  12.50  I carry Ammunition for  the obove Cans.  Jost the right guns for  ���������    Oi'ows,   Gophers,    and  other vermin.  Oreston had considerably fche best of  the baseball argument with Eriekson  at Exhibition Park on Friday nighty  the score being 13 to 2 in Crebton'a  favor.  Villi*ge property owners are remind  ed that Tuesday   la   the   hint  day   ut  which taxes can  be paid nt par.    At  July 1st a penalty nf 10  per   cent,   ia  added.  The report ia current that the  applications of Mr. Speaker off Eriekson, and Mr. Ln valley at Kitchener*  for beer li cent-en have both been  refused. ,  Miss M. Robson of Nelson is a visitor here this wt-eU, the guest of Mrs.  Henderson, who was at honi** to the  young peopte of town in her honor on  SSonday night.  Quite a huukher   of   ontmiiilo   buyer*  mm-expected uu on luii^aiiiuy Ifcir tUe  auctEon of tbe horacsi and -iMjuipini-nt  of Canyon City Lumber Company,  ������������i in lied at t'ttnyon..  Mr. and Ms-*. K. WcI.m off Winnipeg, Mao., were Crft������ton t������l������*it<rir������ a few  days nt thi* ft ml of the weelr, gue*t*t of  Mr. t������nd Mnr, M. J��������� Boyd, en  rottU* to  dtMfHM   _fa.rft,,*h-lJ# Hit W t* KM ftlw-rti **���������>*      I M        ft       f- 1 "*���������*  *'"'"-���������    *-, ������������������  _4-t*a-..'      ...l--..������-I(  .*  ��������� .+ *m   U   *J4 Im ���������* I ' ������ UN a> *    at.        I ������J f*.       U 4 *J i- V It      la,.   Il  Mvt Boyd.  Mr������. T. <*oodwin A and  daughter. Mary, got away on Friday  on an extended motor trip which will  .keep them away until at leant August.  Their lir-*t stop is ifor a viait with their  son. Hat old; ut Kellogg, Idaho, after  which they will risit Seattle, Portland,  Victoria and return iriU. Vapcouver and  the Canadian route.  The Federal truck, with Dan Splera  in charge, which has been, working on  the hard surface road at Rossland for  about ten weeks, arrived back in  Creaton at the end of the wcekv and  will bo used on the repair of the locul  hard surface roads which will commence at once. A car of nil is in  stock and will bo put cu the Eriekson  hard surface high way commencing  the other aide of the Crawford hill.  Fruit Growers, Attention!  We ���������xre offering you this year a superior  box ends are Fin������ and Spruce, and zsse supply &&e-  piece tops and bottoms* unless otherwise specified.  PRICE 8 UPON REQUEST. Permit us to supply yon. Boxes.  Western Box & Shingle Mills, Ltd.  J P.O. Box 9L NELSON, B.C. j  rs -1 ruci  I  We also handle a line of GUARANTEED SEOOMTB  HAND USED CAHS,  Garages at Creston and  with a full Jine of Gar parts and Accessories,  BEVAN'S  GARAGE  R. S. RE VAN, Prop.  Exclusive Ford Dealer  S U JSflL UML JE 12-  W*^ ^L^ mf~* ������   T  ������___/ JSi W LJ  s  On Balo Drtlly���������May iff to So pt 00  On Sale Dolly���������May IU to 8opt 00  ff .��������� :. -i i������������v :.������  Pacific Coast  Eastern Canada  United States  CMBSTOMio���������,  Vmtnctmvmr^  .^ $S7.<RO  Victoria .������.. ������i    ST.SO  Smattlm ������������������..._.. .......   $7.69  CBESTOiV io  TinroMftaj.. ,���������  ���������Hla*aa���������..  M&ntrmat.  V **������*������>**��������������������� a|   i  .ff%m<4m0mp#  m*������*n4*m mmm.+++*imm<  123.30  ���������������������        a������ S&.VS  CREgTOIftor-- '  MinnwapvllmovjSt.PanL $S������.SO  , Cn!e*ii*o..~......_..~^_-���������..������.,...,���������.  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