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 ������������_  ���������'-t-li^x*.^:  ><*!   W   _.  ���������*.���������"���������-.  -X V  $������iS^t> z iu j^vii. af ���������j^nj,  \.  .   /" rf  **  h <  *������W*c*lLfbl.^        ?  V  *Mas  -  Voi.v Xlftll.  CRESTON, *fca; FRIDAY. APRIL 30, 1926  No. 11  Bert Yerbury, who is working at  Klock'mann. is spending, a short holiday'-visit at his home here..   '        ^  j_ number   from" here   motored   to  *Greaton on Wednesday night to attend  the   confirmation   service   at  Christ  ChurchT   "- -   ," v  School inspector Manning was here  on an .official .visit on Tuesday and  found 'things in fine shape at the  school, which compared favorably  with any of the rural' .seats of learning  in East Kootenay.  Mrs. W. Mitchell hue taken delivery  of 200 baby chicks of the White Leg  horn variety,' which came ih from  Cawriton, B.C., ��������� at the end of" the  week, giving her a young flock now of  300 birds.  Miss Doris Yerbury* who is employ**  ed at -Kimberiey, is home for a holiday  with hei parents at Lister.  Rev. S. Newby of Creston came Out  on-Monday had Church of England  service in the schoolhouse on Monday  night, which whs well attended. This  is the first Anglican worship held here  in about five years.        - -  by iter sister,   who   is* on   a   visit  to  friends at that, point. %    '   -  ���������*.  W. P. Mason, who waa on the staff  of tbe Company store at Kimberiey.,  returned tp his home here on Friday,  to attend the funeral of. his father, A  W. Mason, who. died suddenly on  Thursday.   ^ ^  Fishermen are bringing in some fine  catches of bass these days. Several  have been shown that weigh fom.j  pounds at least, and one angler  brought in a fine char that tipped the  beam at alniost the even sevenrpoiinds.  Wynndel Tennis Club, wittT two  good courts available, and quite a  forge ' membership, would - be very  pleased to have enthusiasts froni surrounding districts visit them for a feW  sets, any time it is convenient. Just  drop a card to Secretary R.* Foxall  and tell "him when you can come, aud  he will arrange to. have some players  -to meet yon. Let's get together .-and  try each otheront.  ������  Sa������ety;4First"w  Grand, May 5th  [and would "appreciate someone volunteering to play for them at the Sunday  afternoon sessions.  Wynn&mt  J. Jaoncey loaded   out a  couple   of  care of ties this week.     _ .-  W,-* Campbell'of  Revelstoke,   who  has been ������awing -for J. B. Winlaw for  the past four years, arrived on Tues-  \day.a������d Is very busy* looking  up  old  friended' *" ... ,  A. Sp������|acer of Canyon  week _n bdfBiness in  the    Co-Operative  is here" this  4  The shipp;ng season htas already  commenced, with rhubarb moving in  considerable quantity. Some avpara  gus is also goinggeast.  Mr.- and Mrs. J. M. Craigie were  visitors with Yahk friends h coup.e of  days at the end of the week.  Tt is repoited here -that E. W.  Klingennmith <> was ~ the 'successful  .biddervfor the purchase of -the Mc  Dougall house and lots here, recently  -offeied for sale by the official administrator.   " ,  Miss   Dorothy   Cam *  returned    on  Sunday from   Cranbrook   where   she  has heen a'ntospital patient for about  j -er      ���������>- -    i.--������ *.i_ m      *���������* .-     J four weeks, undergoing an  operation  and Vergmia b.ci^hem  a t?arfuU������re^r appe���������di5ii|S a^ the ^4   ()f   MHr<j^  Mr. and Mis. E. Brawr. left on Sunday on a two" weeks* holiday visit at  coast points, and will v'eit -with  relatives at Seattle, Portland as well  as Victoria while away.  Kev. S. Newby    will  N. >L Bentley was a business visitor  connection. witta.i**^'!*****"*"-. Alberta, this week. return-  Fruit    .Growers] s������g"������ Tuesday.  ��������� A-ssoeiatSoaai- **-. ~  ��������� -^saW-S .<v>*f V5-*  Co Oper&ttve Fruit Growers Associ  ation unloaded, another car  of' strawberry crates on Tuesday.  T. Sixsmith is the SateBt resident to  get in the auto' owning ' class, having  just purchased a Ford 'truck to haul  berries with.,  W. T. Vankonghnett, who has been  to Trail for medical advice,- -returned  on Saturday.  ' Word was received ou Tuesday that  J. C. Moore of Kiondel is sick in the  hospital at Kaslo. 'His many friends  here wishjiim a speedy- recovery, and  hope his ailment* is not serious^  Mr, and Mrs. H. J. Irving made an  auto visit to Michel on Saturday,  where they attended the funeral of  Mrs. Lipsey, who was a great friend of  Mrs. Irving's. They got back early  Monday morning.  Mrs. George "Walton, who has been  visiting her siBter, Mrs. R. Uri, left  on Monday for her home at Burton.  She was accompanied as far as Robson  Trinity United  Church  Dramatic Club presents  L-i^.-__s  ���������Saw.  A Breezy 3~Aci Farce  Comedy!  making-the t,rip by auto.���������  Miss Audrey Graigi* left on Friday  for Corvallis,'' Oregon, after aii  extended visit with  her parents, her^.  Eriekson'ranchers are" busy spraying this week, and on the show of  blossom the 1926 crop should be ul,  least 75 per cent, of normal. So far as  is noticeable* the 4 degrees of frost on*  Friday moaning last has not damaged  any of the blossom that was ont at  that time. The cherries and apricots  are setting freely*  The meeting at the schoolhouse on  Monday night to discuss the matter'of  building a community hall whb well  attended by the ladies, but the turnout  of men was - disappointing. W. G.  Littiejohn was elected to preside, and  the meeting selected a committee con  sisting of Miss Trembath. B, W.  Klingensmith, Koy Telford, John Hall  .nnd L. Littiejohn to investigate the  whole situation; They will: report as,  to -wlietbeiv the available piece of land  Is large enough and a iii table for the  purpose. They will also decide the  size of the proposed hall and get an  estimate on the " probable cob6.  Another meeting will be held at the  schoolhouse on Monday, May 10th, at  which the committee will; report, and  it is hoped that everyone in the Et-ick-  Hon district will be out to back up the  efforts of the Whirlwind Clnb to  provide Eriekson witlr u community  hall.'"' " '���������"*��������� ' ^   '     ���������'  The young people of Trinity'TJjiited  Church are*presetting in, the Grand  Theatre, on Wednesday, May the 5tb,  a farce comedyJj^ghree arte that has  for its title "Safety Krst "  This'new an^JsparHing farce has a.  Mory of sustain^ .interest, abounding  in mirth provoking situations. Its  leading role is that of an innocent and  inoffensive yoYwg husband; Jack  Montgomery* >yjh������ is plunged into  difficulty with tJijEju law after trying to  rescue a. Turkish maiden from the,  handsof the police. Jack. Jerry, his  chutn, and the "j*Wkis-h maiden, ZnleP"  ka, are arrested and sentenced to  thirty days in jail.  In order to'k_ep the disgrace from  Jack, wife, Mu*^l, and Jerry's fiancee,  Virginia, they-Sell them that they are  going to a convention of. Shriners hy.  boat.    The scheme works   and - Mabel  a  well.TIn the "-'second" act the ladies  have received word fiom the steamboat  company thatijnek and Jerry are not  to be found .and;-have probably been  washed overboard and drowned.- They  are heartbroken and in deep mourning  for iheir loved'- ones. "Their mother,  Mrs, BerringtOn- Bridger, however,  bears up remarkably - well under h������r  daughter'** bereavement and makes  haste to seciire the insurance' and have  Jack's property- transferred to the  name of hia sorrowing widow.  Jack' and "Jerry, in jail, know  nothing of tbis^aud when their thirty  days expire ' tfcey. return. to the ladies  fultof Joy and. e_planations of  wonderful trip >_������ FIfirida. It takes  some tall explait|ingto-show why they  -Hftjadv-wlpgj^ JSI*f*-������<  of-the girlei-FeHwie  thai;yKulieka;- has ������been y^uisslng for  thirty day*"*, she ri������t"urjilly 'thinks that  she acc������������j������panied -the boys to Florida.  Mrs. Bridger y immediately pi-Ompttr  Mabel and Verginiii to exp������4 Jack-and  Jerry from what>.is now Mabel's  property. ���������_   '  --The third -.'act straightens" out the  tangle after ra Series of laughable  events c11lminj5.ting.in an "elopement in  which Jack,; who thinks he is sloping  with MabeU,his wife, finds that the  lady he is running away with is the  Irish cook, Mary Ann O'Finneity.  .The play moves briskly, the act endings are quick and -snappy, and the  characters ' well balanced. This is a  full evening's entertainment on which  the players have spent much -jjirae and  hard work. Undoubtedly "Safety  First"if< the feature of "'the season's  entertainments which no one can  afford to miss.  The season's asparagus shipping  commenced from the- W. A. McMurtrie ranch some days ago. The plants  have wintered., well and this year's  export will be fully aslarge as previous  seasons. v  Residents of Alice Siding will deeply  sympathize with Mrs. Mason arid  family of Wynndel,"* in the death of  Mr; Mason, which, took place on  Thursday, after a very short illne-ss.'  Up till about~six years ago deceased  had resided at Alice Siding where his  'unfailing affability and willingness to  Jend'a hand with every community  effort won him the friendship of all.  Mr.  t stand  Mrs., Lytle  &i8������mf&ff*  ' Dan McDonald was a. weekend  visitor witlv-his wife, coming up from  Yahk on Saturday.  Both the setters at the Continental  Lumber & Pole Co. sawmill have left  SLnd Mac. Brogan and Ed. Benstrom,  both of Yahk, have replaced them.  The Sash & D**������or Company sawmill  f.     ,        .-       .       ���������._,,.        I is due to commence, cutting before tbe  Goodmanl motored  U>Cian-v     .    -.. . ,      ..* w  ** end of the week, and will be-running  be here for  Church of England services at $ and  10.80 Sunday morning.  " Mr. and Mis. C. . F. Hayes were  Saturday and Sunday visitors with  Mr. and Mrs. Loasby.  Mrs. Martin was a Cs-eston visitor on  Sunday with her mother, ..Mrs.   Simister, who .has   been   in   rather   poor  their I health of late,. '    ���������  ve*. d  bi*ook on M^ndayV accompanied bgr bis.  as w������*ll as Mi������.;T* y&ogers-.^-*J3bijpy5,������rei  expected;to return.at th'e middle .of tbe  wenk.   .   v ,       *--._.,-  *       '" *a  Jerry Cooper, and Jim Paseuzzo  went to--Cran brook-', on* Sunday, and  while in the divisional city Jim-pur  chased'a Ford touring car, in" which  they returned to Sit-JtW*, reaching here  4ate gunday night.   -  Mrs. A. K. SwknsOn, a former well  known resident of Sirdar, aU ng with  Marion and Ralph, arrived on Monday  by auto from Vancouver on a short  visit with Mr. and Mrs. Loasby and  other friends. - They left on Wednes-  day-for Kimherley, where Mr. Swan  son is now employed.  If the display of bloom is any tuning  to "go by Sirdar or'chardists should  harvest one of the biggest crops in the  town's hi8S.ory this fall.  and family  ���������uCi-Grcii up irtiiu iJreston on Sunday,  to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Dan McDonald,  .  Mrs. Armand Viau and children  returned to Ross Spur on Monday,  after a two weeks* visit with her  mother, Mrs. Geroux.  Elmo Walbyjefb on Saturday for  "Don*, where he. has seen ted a job and  will,, reside in future. He wilt be  greatly missed from .the younger feet  at Kitchener.  A party from here motored to  Creston for the International Colleg-  i-'ins dance on Wednesday night last.  .Those going were^.Mi8ses Laura and  Mildred Andeen. Edith Geroux, Jack  McCombs, Alfred Speaker and Harvey  Joyce.*  Miss Louise Pendry of Creston is  spending a few days at 'the McConnell  Hotel, the guestof Miss Mary Hapton-  stall. -        - - - - - J iyy  Walter Walby went to Cranbrook  on Monday to see Dr. Green about bis  leg, which was broken almost three  months ago.  E. - W. Thomas returned here on  Monday from Creston, on business,  and-expects to stay the entire week.  Creston  5  Card of Thank*.  Mrs. Maaon and family "take this  means of expressing their deep appreciation of the sympathy und miiuy  kindriu-iscR shown them in their recent  bereavement.  a*".  Don't miss the cafeteria tea  the Ladies* Aid of the Presby-  . terian Church are having at  the manse from 3 to 5.30 p.m.,  Saturday, Mafy 1st. There  will be special musical features.  Curtain at 8 p.m.  Ten Characters.  A FULL EVENING'S  ENTERTAINMENT.  M^%^,J^$mPM&mF^M\,   M M%4 M^*������*Mz#*^ *  Iteaorvo Seiita, 76c  Adnlto, 60c. Children 26^3  Itt-Hcrqt' Scat Ph������n at Drti^Btoro,  "The United Church at Cranbrook  hiin hist purchased a well looated  hloolc of four lota on whioh to oroct  their new ohuroh edifice.  At Nakusp the 'WomenV Inafci  tuto ia undertaking to pipe, tiie  tow ii, water to the cemetery and to  put in three stand pipes to facilitate grave gardening. -  The   public   work a  department.  haa l\x&\ \\w;y.ijpeec^ limit, on the  Coluiiibu*. H&V&* -tfridgo at Trail at  flftooti mllea and hour. Accord ing  to tbe Howh , &o per ueui-. vt i������h������  imtoint** havo in the past travollod  at a much faster clip than thi������.  Alto,������ Siellngf  Alice Siding~orchestra whr at Kitchener for a Saturday night dunce in aid  ofthe baseball club ut that point.  This Saturday they itrc booked to play  at a dance at Porthill.  The earlier varieties of strawberries  are beginning to blonnom, nnd with a  generous show of buds.ori*the othoie it  lool*s safe to predict at lend^ an  average'ciop���������if' we get l.ho needed  i-aim .' '"*.   ,.  ' a ��������� ���������. J"  V ,'  Mrs;* W. A. Pease arrived  on Tues  day fiom South Vancouver to join Mr.  Pease at tho'Alberta rut ch,   and thoy  are again quite comfortably qettled in  their former home.  MIhh Elva Kelly it* iK.ine again after  a short vlsitp with  Kimberiey   friends.  From appeai'iinces the froet touches  of Thurduy nnd Friday lant have dono  no damage in this section.  . Bob Miller is busy at preen nt with a,  team on it contract to break ten acres  for Reed -8c Mather, on the lot next the  Reed r~Htdence.  Richard Hurl left-afew, days >igo for  Banff, Alberta, where he intends to  m-ike a lengthy stay in tbe hope of  getting some relief from his ailment.  W. Wetherhead cut Yahk was a  weekend visitor here, the guest ot  Grover Kifer.  M. Sumuelson, United Church pastor at Yahk, wns home for several days  the past week being indisposed.  Geo. Davie was a Kitchener visitor  on Saturday night, where he handled  the drums for the Alice Siding orches-  tru at the baseball club dunce.  Two degrees of frost were registered  bete in the cold dip of Friday morning  last, but no damage seems to have  been    done   the    luxuriant   crop  of  hion^iDjiiu.  : .  The C.P.R.  R& Screw   have  done  considerable track work at the siding  during/the month, and have also  moved the station from the north to  the south Bide oT the truck.  Tom Hickey was a business visitor  at Slr-tar tiired TfCiwlcrtwook at the end -of  the week, rnd haa taken a logging  contract ������t the latter point," we l.*>*ir,  which will keep him -busy a couple o*  months. '  The United Farmers have their  regular monthly seaaion on Saturday  night, May 1st.  all summer. -���������.  'jB^J.Ssb'-'?^*-"-*'*--"!-* "?��������� ;-7 --..,  ;. A dance unde^ baeebali club auspices  waslield in Hunt's -ball on Saturday,  and it" is .^reported "the-best"-of. the  season,"  with , many, visitors    fronoK <  Creston, Canyon and vicinity.  Mrs. N. P. Mo~Uinder left on Monday  on a business visit to CranbrookS**  Rev. A. Appelt. Lutheran pastor at  Creston, held service   in -the   school  house on* Sunday evening, which was -  largely attended. United Church past-   -  or Harback, was favored with a good  turnout for  his  service   on   Monday  night.  Messrs. Will Wickholm, Mac Brogan 'and* Hill Gallician and Misses  Edith Geroux and Mildred and Laura  Andeen were motor visitors to Oreston  on Sunday evening.  Misses    Grace Randall   and  Louise  Bevan Went by train   to  Creston   on  Wednesday last for the International  Collegians dance, returning   by   nut������-  the same evening.  C. R. Pajuleon arrived by auto on  Monday fiom Spokane tin a business  visit.    He went-to Creston, on Tuesday.  Mr. and Mrs. B. Johnson and son,  Robert, left for Spokane on Tuesday,  on a viait with friends, and will be  gtaying till M?e end of the week.  Dr. Henderson of Creston   made   u  ; professional v Uri t   hereon   Tuesday-to  Erwin McGonegat, who in seriously ill.  Col." and M������s. Lister, with Miss  Flossie Evans, Were motor visitorp  here from Catnip Lister on Monday.  Mrs. Harrison of Yahk was a motor  visitor here on Sunday, the guestof  Mrs. Stanley Quaife*   ,  Frank Hciae of Cranbrook, C.P.R.  tie inspector, ia here for a few days.  Misa Mary Huptonstall of  the   McConnell Hotel Staff, left on Monday for  Cranbrook,    where    she    is   visiting  j friends.  Word haa -bc_*u received that Mra.  G. A. Hunt's father paetied away at  the old home laa OiHUitrlc*- one day tnst  wceJ.. FolloMiug wi clowty ou . Uj-o  paoaing of her brother/ George Mc-  Furlane��������� whoso death occurred Imrdly  a week previounly, Mrs. Hunt is  sincerely sympathised with in her  heavy bereavement.  The community Sunday nelioo', havo  the organ installed at. the Todd homo  Lo������r~-On    Wednesday.    April   2Bt  eectionjpf ppraty   botw,   "Ihu^ working  1COI*~       iu'UlriJ ������*4  ^,������a,������i������illt������, K������������- knuia-t t>������>a.vt.Va,ali  leading  to recovery,   will be appreci  haa a meii'a *jiun witniu memuere. lated.   TruscoUt Braa.., Crcu-ton.  Tho United   Churoli   at   Femio THE   J.EVIEW,    CRESTOK",    B.    C,  Suppression  Of  Grim^  Would Ban This Royal Sport  Campaign Is Launched In EngianxJ  Against  Fox   Hunting  The broken, collarbone of the Prince  ol* Wales and the "ban on the* movement of horses which caused -a prevalence of the hoof and mouth "disease, have brought about a campaign  in England against, fox hunting.  Two o������ the strongest arguments  against the sports 'are its expensiye-  ness in proportion-tb the number of  raiding foxes killed-and its cruelty  to the fox. y     7  In freedom from serious crime Canada enjoys a good name and reputation  wliich is in striking contrast to that of its great neighbor, the United States.  It is a name and reputation which Canadians should jealously guard and carefully refrain from policies and actions -which -would in-the slightest degree  lower the standard so long maintained in this Dominion. A word of warning  ie in order because signs are not lacking >of a tendency to grow somewhat lax  in the matter oi law enforcement.  In the United States crime has become a national menace, and in many  respects the law has broken down. So serious has the situation become that  responsible officials and nation-wide organizations, including the legal profession, are alarmed, and are looking about for some effective means of check-*"  ing the reign of lawlessness, and violpnt criminal acts now recognized as a  national disgrace as well as danger, and which places the United-States in an  unenviable class toy itself among the nations of the world. The rising .tide  - of crime is now admitted to be one of the United States* greatest problems.  't ���������       ' ���������      . V  A study of some of the causes of the condition now existing in the United  States may be of value to Canadians in safeguarding themselves and their  country from the development of a similar state of affairs here. But first  let us consider a few figures." -     ��������� ' ,  In 1922, 9,500 persons were killed in crimes of violence in "the United  States. In. 1923, the number was 10,000, and in 1924 it had.risen to 11,000.  Compare these figures with England and "Wales. :In 1923 there were 58 murders committed in.all England and "Wales, and 93 homicides other than murder, a- total of 151 as compared with 389 that same year in Chicago alone and  10,000 in the United States. The population of England and Wales at that  time was 38,000,000 and of Chicago slightly less than 3,000,000. London and  New York have approximately the ,same population, hut London had just 42  murders in. 1923 as compared with New York's 2&2. In. 1923 more than  twelve times as many people were robbed in one United States city alone,  Chicago, as in all the Dominion of Canada.  The difference between the British and Canadian ^judicial systems, with  judges appointed for life, and the ^United States system of judges chosen by  popular election, is one cause of weakness across the line. But the chief  factor in the increase of crime in the United States is undoubtedly the lack  of law enforcement. In many of the large TJ. S. cities crime has "become a  well organized business. Many lawyers clever, but utterly unscrupulous,  make it their business to defend the criminal class. They can command big  fees, and they take full advantage of every twist and quirk in. the law to get  these law breakers off. Partizan elected-judges, and politically chosen dis-  "trict attorneys, and a politically administered police force, cannot successfully  cope with these lawyers, backed with unlimited resources, from the criminal  underworld.  Lack of law enforcement, and the abuse of'the parole system, has resulted in the criminal class holding the law and law officers in contempt. Punishment has few terrors for them, because in tha majority of instances they are  confident they can beat the law.      And they do. ,  ���������a*  "  In Canada and Great Britain, criminals have a wholesome respect for the  law. "--They know it will be enforced without fear or favor. But, unfortunately, there has developed in late years-a certain sickly sentimentality among  people*"*and some organizations for the criminal class. ��������� Those entrusted with-  the suppresison of crime have sounded warnings, but many people think only  of the criminal and not of the community, and nowadays hardly a nrurdejer  is sentenced to pa>j_ the penalty of his crime that petitions are not circulated  asking for leniency. Iu view of the-higli character of Canadian judges, the  people may well leave the administration of criminal law to them, especially  ?s they are in fall possession of facts unknown to the public at;large.  A contributing factor to the rising tide of crime in the U. S. is the ease  with which the criminal class, in fact, anybody, can obtain pistols and revolver.,. With hardly an exception the cheaper magazines of the country  carry'scores of advertisements for the sale of pistols. They can be pun-  chased cheaply and as easily as groceries.; Yet a pistol has one use and one  only���������to be used by man against his fellow man, either in the hands of criminal, or by man in defenco against a criminal. It is no longer used in war;  it ts -not u.*������><! En .sport. Ninety per cent, of all murders in the U. S.,are com-  mitred by tho us-:- of pistols, yet the appalling fact is that in the^year 1921  alo-n.- nearly hah' a rail Hon pistols were manufactured in tho United States.  C:mad<-- should maintain the most stringent laws against the carrying of  rort^'-'-ii--"-*' "."-r.j-.pon.". and th"iT* should-be no lessening! in law enforcementvand  in. ih*- infliction of" adequate punishment upon    all    convicted    law  BEAUTIFY IT WITH  iiip MS'  Just ' Dip   to   Tint   or   Boil  to Dye  Each 15-cenfc package contains directions ; so simple any  woman can tint soft,  delicate shades or dye  rich, permanent colors  in lingerie, silks, ribbons, skirts, waists,  dresses, coats,���������stockings, sweaters^ draperies, coverings, hangings -��������� everything!  Buy Diamond Dyes���������no other kind���������-  and tell your druggist whether the material you wish to color is wool or silk, or  whether it is linen, cotton or mixed  goods.        , y. _  Wn������kWmm^m.  KiiiiiiiWRiiii  Wash with Zam-Buk-Mediciaal Soaf).  I  /vfrKK������������������ J**_r������  W m. *J- m. _(_, .a._na  1IV1UIUU  Irrigation District  Re-  fcrop Survey For 19**_5 Shows a  markable Improvement  Preliminary /estimates gathered in  the crop survey of the Lethbridge Northern Irrigation District for 1925 show  remarkable improvement, as compared with 19_4, the first year of the  operation of the project with xhe water  on the land. The survey'shows that  the per acre value of soil products on  irrigated lands was $27.43, as compared with $16.19 lar the year 1924. There  were under crop in the district 36,95s  acres of irrigated land, as against 21,-  000 in 1924"! The gross return. from  the 21,000 acres-was $354,679, while  the gross returns in 1925 were $1,013,-  003.  fm.mm~.~M.   V~mm~~*.    El *~- .,    "C Jl  .    VUUIVl JLi4_|������V.i-_..JL_lC-l.Ua-_,   -UllClgj-  Quebec Bill  To  Ban  Export of Hydro  '      Electric Power  Prohibition of the export of hydroelectric power producedjn Quebec will  become effective from the passing oS  a bill sponsored "by Premier. _L. A.  Taschereau in the legislature.  According'to the terms  of the  bi!3  all  future  contracts  must contain  a  clause of a prohibitive nature.       The   ,  ban is also to be written into existing N  contracts and to their renewal.  Contains Priceless Pictures  Value of Field Crops  The aggregate value of all field  crops in 1925 is il,159,38>l,900,,as compared with $995,235,900 in 1924. The  value for 1925 is the largest since 1920,  when the total was $1,455,244,050 and  the year 1925 is the first year since  1920 and the war period that the field  crops of Canada have exceeded one billion dollars in value.  is-  UTTERLY DISCOURAGED  This Was the Condition of a P. E.  I. Womart Before Taking  :. :pr.Williams;:-P^:vPnis,y:,;,;.  ;' "My Illness began,*' ^sys.'-Mrs. '"Mv. J.  Ahern, R.R. No. 2, Alherton, P.E.I.,  when my husband went overseas ana  I was left with the care of a farm and  stock, with no help but that of a young  boy. My health broke .down and for  the-first time in my life I became utterly discouraged. I lost my appetite,  had no strength, and was ready to  have a crying spell any moment of the  day, as the work loomed up ahead of  me. A friend happened to speak one  day of the "good Dr. "Williams' Pink-  Pills had done her and urged me to try  them. I had not energy enough, or  perhaps confidence enough, to try  them, but she would not he denied and  sent me* three boxes, and by the time  I had taken them I knew'."'they were  helping me-and was anxious-for more  Famous Art  MuseUm  Built As  Palace  Threatens To Fall  The *Ufflz"L_. Gallery, ...at -Florence.  Italy, which, was built as a palace in  15i������0, and wliich now is the most fain  ousr art museum in the world, is  threatened with collapse.  Tests of the structure sho wit to  be alarmingly weakened. Within the  galleries are priceless pictures, books  and manuscripts. Engineers will be  employed to strengthen the building.  Raphael, Leonardo Da Vinci and  Fra Bartolomeo are richly represented in the Uflizi collection.-  Astihma Victims. The man or woman "subject to asthma is indeed a victim. / What can be more terrifying  than, _to" suddenly, be.J;sei2ed^ri^ithytiaa"r-  ypxysms of choking which seem to fairly threaten the existence of ILEfe itself.  From such a condition Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy has brought  many to completely^ restored health  and happiness. It is known and prized in every section of this broad land.  Completely Relieved  After Short Treatment  Ontario Man Suffered With Kidney  and Bladder Trouble  Mr.   H.  Waldriff  Highly 'Recommends  Dodd's Kidney Pills  Englehart, Ont.���������(Special).���������"I have  used'Dodd's Kidney Pills for kidney-  and bladder trouble. After using-^a  few- boxes I felt completely relieved.  Was also bothered7 with a sore bacsc  iand can honestly say I have not beea  bothered with. ���������a_ny of these "symptom:a  since. Can highly recommend Dodd's  Kidney Pills."  Mr. H. Waldriff, a well known resident of this place sends lis this statement. j:77y;'':"yy.< ���������'���������������������������' '7-y ;���������-"���������  ^ Dodd's KidneyTPills simplyheal sick  kidneys. They; relieved Mr. "Waldriff  because his ailments were symptoms  of kidney disease. .When the kidneys  get out of order they fall to; strain the  Impurities out of the blood and general  lassitude and weakness ensues. This  condition is not only disagreeable but  dangerous as well. The impui;iti*es in  tlie*- blood are the seeds of disease. If  they:, are not removed Rheumatism.  -fa2iSBi>a������o,afGravelyyDropsy, Diabetes, or  Bright's Disease may result. .'.-���������'  Obtained " from druggists everywhere, or The Dodd's Medicine Co.,  Ltd., Toronto. ���������',-  "Columbus of The Air"  The -flight of Commander Ramon  Franco ond his companions has been  one of the outstanding achievements  of aviation, y Hailed as the "Columbus  of the Air," Franco started on Jan. 22  his voyage from, Palos, Spain, where  Columbus -set ..-out on hi? first voyage  of discovery In 1492, and finished their  I continued taldng~ihe~p~i^ Aires.    Feb.    14.  six months and by that.' time   I    had   Commander  Franco ahd his  compan-  ^  Prince  Is Real Sport  The Prince  of Wales doesn't seek  the easy road round, the fences anyhow. If there's a'jump to take he's  there- to take it, whiclr proves he's a  real sport, instead of a make-believe.  ������������������Guelph Mercury. .  Criminal-! hiiv* no rr-j-ard for the rights, property and lives of others; it is the  heicrM. of folly ro bestow unmerited sympathy upon them,  safely passed a critical", period In my  life, and regained my usual good  health. ���������To all overworked, nerve-  racked wom<-n���������and there are a great  many of them���������I still "say, and at all  times, take Dr. Williams'. Pink Pills  and I know you will regain your  energy." ���������  There    are    many    troubles due to  weak,  watery  blood  easily  overcome  by a fair use of   Dr.   Williams'   Pink  breakers. | pma>      Tile wn0ie  mission    of ' this  medicine is tb purify and. enrich the  ions are the first aviators to span the  South Atlantic entirely by ah*.  Why suffer from corns when tliey  can be painlessly rpoted but by using  Holloway"s Corn* Remover.  ��������� --rr���������- f ���������  yphen a mother detects from the  writhings and fretting of a child, that  worms are troubling it, she can procure a reliable remedy in TMiller's  Worm Powders wbich. will expel all  worms from the system. Tliey may  cause vomiting, but this -need cause  no anxiety, because it is but a manifestation of their thorough work. ,Ko  worms can long exist where these  Powders are used. '    -  The More the Merrier  Use Armored Car  That an armored train is beipg built  by the German railway company as a  . means of protection against possiblo  Professor; I lake great pleasure In  aaaauitB by strikers and for armed bat-  Brit ish  Columbia's  fin**  now  Fraser I     In  eight  years  a  Canadian  trapper  Canyon hi-.h v. ���������:.;������������������ will bo open  Tor gen-: named   Luke  Carlledge  has   travelled  ������tijI   u.-.<' about  July   inf. *\ 35,000 miles hy dog-sled.  jTm  v*! i 1 L-l_/rliLli   Vj^KT   FOR  M������HIIEB���������.iz  Fletcher's  \  Castoria    is    ^sperially   prc-  pnre-'l   l������>  relieve   Fnfantr-;  hx  armri  -m-rl   Children  al!  ages  of  Constipation,   Flatulency,  Wit-'l "Colic  and  Diarrlien ; al laying Foverislmes^.  an>-in#   Ihcrc-  fivuTi.   nnd,   1>y   r-*j:;ii!n������in^   lit-*   Stomach   anrl.   TJowel-",   .'ihIb   llic  ���������aRsiniilatioti of Food ; giving healthy nivl natural slrcp.  To ;.-".���������.-_���������?* imit.-ilia-.n'!, alway-: '<*���������'" f*.'*" thf. ?if������ti;������lur*- ������������f    Cmfit.-*"/Y 7-ulZlt!.A.tA/.  ,^b*.r.titl.<*ly  1 f.-trtnk*'-'* - jVy.  < l|-ii;it(*-.,     j|'"hysici.inn   every where  icc<an������-<:tul  it.  blood, aud when that Is clone all the  varied, symptoms of anaemia disappear anil good health returns. You  can get Dr. Williams' Pink Pills from  any druggist or by irmll at 50 cents a  box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine  Co.^ Brockville, Ont.  i*- ��������� j-..j-.iij������.j-.'        . n rr-  Through Service For*  Steamship   Passengers  Canadian;  Pacific Railway Inaugurates  Through Tourist Sleeping Car  Service  For the convenience oE western pas*  sengcr,*) en rout n to Iho Old Country,  tho Ciuiadlnn "Faclflo Hallway h������vo in*  auguratotl a through tourist sleeping  car .service from Winnipeg to Snlnt  John, N.B.  Theso enr."- wiLL leave> Winnipeg on  "Tlio Lmperinr" ut 10.00 a.m. every  Tuendny   imtJI   April   30th,   providing  ! through _-iei'vi**e   lo  Ilie  Hlilp'ri  side at  'Sulnf J oiln.  !     TI'iIy-    Rnrvli'i'    will   prm/.- ������yli*nmnly  jphpular with pa������Ki'ii.K"i'H 1'ronr the  prulrlu provhsrti'M, ������������������liiHlna'lliig 1*.** U  doi'H,  chjiUKltig  li'alti:������ ait   Montreal.  li Ih nuld Hun all t������i������ menn nets of  j hi..; 31r������" nr..- t-uSukly Im-oughl. before, a  ! d/nivrllntf limn. Tlm Hniuu iniglit bo  JhiiIiI. of a onndiiliii'- for olflne.  i  ! Mir\nrd'o   Linlitijeint for colda  giving you oighty-oue iu mathematics.  Student: Make it a hundred and enjoy yourself sir.  It sometimes happens that Lhe best  man  at a> wedding really  does have  the best of it. _   ��������� .  tie, is charged,by the labor union.  Minard's Liniment used by physicians  Preparedness prevents war. Vou  seldom hear of a pedestrian ran down  by u fivo-fon truck.  (Proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians for  Colds      Headache       Neuritis Lumbago  Pain Neuralgia       Toothache   -   Rheumatism  Ur.     N,     U,  1011*  DOES NOT AFFECT THE HEART  m4mm0mmmmm4mmt>m4ittmmmmmmmmm4immitmimm^imi.mmmmmmmfm4mm,mm4mmm4mim*mm*mm4i4mimmii4tm44mmtmiimM  ** -���������.  Accept  only   "Bayer*r  package  which contains proven directions.  Ilnnily   "Bayor"'   lioxo*  of "12   ttiblotm  Alto bottle'! o? 24 -snd "00���������Tls'-igi'i-.*-'..  Attvlrln 1������ <lio Iradfl mriiir"c tre.u\alcr<-(\ In CnuoiU) of Daycr Staniifftfltnwi ot Mftnime������ll<"-  welilnHliiv or ltaM(-'j.llJ-a4..ld <<A.e*Lirl Hull<-)r-1������- Arttl. "A. H. A."������. Wbll������ II 1������ well kiiowiU  tamt A������plrln ni-**n*" luyaT ���������j������������������ar������uif������<'i\ira-. io hk.\h\ ih<������ jtuMlfl tutiiliiHt imli������tlor>������. ttia 'J"������l-l������t������  Vt Uajrct* Oom]-anx will bo atanuiMsal ,wlti������   Uielr general tra-l������ mark, lb������ "Hajor Oroaa.'-  _  ii  W  -    3T  ''_!  fl  ���������n  Si  J; j  .VI  t  4  I  m XT  ��������� JiliiiMiiimwww'i Bra  TXTE    REVIEW,    CRESTON,    B.    O.  ^���������x'n^k  [tia ���������        ,   ,���������*-  Fiijr VaTininS XriAxxstry In  '���������^������������������-'-t.^K������.-..^faV-'_r.;:.r'���������������*'���������'   "'���������'���������       ' .^tr^W^A,-ShlMy'AAi^riy-xX:./,-���������-.  .���������������  *^S|^t''������^.':.^B "4=:-sv '������������������'���������k^^^r^^^-v^-^siA'A!���������  I*'-Its  ^M^nehes Is  i_rml  1    "* Amfi  w  V.  kM^vAAATAy^m  T^^^SS^^  ^ItpilsheCl."   ill   .*C_Janada^riablislime������t of comPle*e equipment tor  .  -'-., "* "^ <---*_' i -'   _7 ~  Whatever -doubts m'ayf*iav?e--been~en-.  ter tained  during ,- tlie- ,nrst., espei*imen-  tal years regarding -thf^i&tUre -ol -fur-  .farming in;Canada h'^vg'-Iong Jbeen-dis-  pelled.-     The indu&t^lik^no^!firmly  established,7 has inde'^.^brap.bheS'- -out  in various'directions---"ginpe ,the breeji--  ing of the.HO^Twas undertaken.    "According to the -Doimnlortc'abureau-  'of  'statistics in. 19_4,  theM������amber_..of fur  farms in. operation in'~,Cacaa^altbtalIed  i,5507'of wliich" 1,460 Ay^i^I^evbted to  rearing foxes ajad 84 tc>: others fur^beair-  -ing animals/-' "Compared 'wRh 1923 "the  number offur farms IiadjticreasedV b'y  ���������323; fox farms by 28T",*_fl������other' farms  by "36, the bureau"-reported?''   .In--his  latest report  the-7feder������l"%}ii"tistiei; of  the breadihg of chinchilla rabbits will  become a factor of some moment In  the fur industry."-      ,       -.' -  Investigate Quality Of Wheat  Wheat MUling and Baking Laboratory  To be "".established at Alberta  University  Announcement is made' that the es-  ���������.grtculture records a further deqi"Ted  Increase iu the farms .raising fur-beai--  tng animals other than foxes." '--Nine  ranches are rearing beavers;^* seven  tave taken up fishers; nineteen, mar-  ;cn; thirty-two, mink; two, lynx-r fout-^  blue foxes; twelve, skunks; forty-one,  laccoons; four, coyotes; sixty, musk-  rats and, at least, twenty, rabbits. He  Wintered Largest Herd In Canada  -*- ., -    - - ~������������������____������������������__.������������������ -,  Brandon Man Has Over 600 Pure-Bred  ^a-tle On His Farftns '  Constituting what is considered the  finest herd on the North American  continent; 600 pure-bred Aberdeen  Angus cattle have" been wintered in  the Brandon district by J. D. McGregor,. It is the largest herd ever wintered by this well-known breeder, and  certainly the largest number of cattle  kept through the winter monlhs In that  ���������_*-  district by  a  single  owner.  The main, sherd is located at the  Glencarnock farm situated just  south of the city limits, but the cat-  a wheat milling and baking laboratory  at the Alberta "University, has been  [completed. Tlie resources of the  university laboratory will be devoted  wholly to a research programme approved at a recent conference of chemists and agronomists from the three  prairie universities, called by the National Research Council. The most:  important item of this programme under way at present is the investigation  of the quality of wheat produced Jn  different districts and of practical  methods for its improvement.  United   States    Nayy   Plans  For Great Atrial DrcaJnaixglits  Bristling Witli Heavy Guns,  Will Raise Muskrats  Oil  Extensive  Scale  United States navy plans for great  dreadnaughts of the air, bristling with  -guns to ward "off aeroplane' attacks,  underlie the action of the houtee naval  committee, providing for construction  "of two ^6,000,000 cubic feet rigid airships in the $100,000,000 naval expansion   programme  it  recently  reported-  To   Erect  New  Canneries  .Canning" Industry  in  Northern   British  -"���������Columbia   is   in   Flourishing  Condition  Indications  are  that there will- not  be   an   idle   cannery  In   the  northern  and that a: number of new canneries  will be erected..     In addition to those j property    early,  tie -are ' spread    over    ten    different j district of British Columbia this yeai-  farm units.      On each of these farms  a 'separate  herd  of breeding cows-is  ['maintained, varying from 40 up to 250-j  j head kept on the Gri-swold farm.   Wintering conditions have been ideal this  ; year,  and ,for-that reason more than  Over 8,000 Acres at Swan  Lake, B.C.,  Acquired  For This Purpose  The largest muskrat farm in t he I  world will be established a t Swan'  Lake,     forty     miles     northwest     of, to the jjOUse_  vf-*-^-^, ^.^., ~ D  ^_ _. ��������� :     A glimpse ot monsters    that    have  Farland, representative   of.  the    Mus-������.    designed,    given the committee  quash Farms,  Limited,  6i Vancouver.   bv    Rear.Admiral    William     Moffett,  Late last fall his company acquired n^y air cllief shmvs seven of the nev?  8,159 acres of low-lying ground sui-. 50.caliber machine guns, IS thirty-cali-  rounding  Swan  Lake,  also  taking inU and    one    of lhe post.war one.  __������-__   -a - - *   - ��������� -a -    ��������� -. I ��������� * j  together    with  adds that the department is" constant-j passing success is being met in sue  ly receiving inquiries fbr information jcessfullyy fitting the cattle  regarding the raising of various kinds  Oteri  ol* fur-bearing animals, ...with particular reference lo muskrats, mink and  chinchilla rabbits. -   .  .The yatue of these farms, including  land, buildings,   fixtures  ahd animals  aggregated   $10,966,420   in'  1924,  omitting muskrat and. beaver farms, whose  operators could not furnishyjexaet-Sitai-'  isticsyrelating to dieir^ani^ais; 7Since  in thait year Canada had only 2ft.musk-  rat farms,ytwo beaver: and th ree raising  muskrat' and .beaver,  the. re-span.-.  sion in other than fox ���������������������������farms.:, during \  1925,^has.;.:been remarkable, when the  figures for 1924 and 1925 are compared.   .-'iA's regards the distribution of the  farms in 1924, the figures show Prince  Ed-w-ard- Island * $7 y per cent.;-.. Ontario,  1C-;   Quebec,-^l2;   New  Brunswick,  9;  Manitoba, 8; Alberta, 6;  Nova Scotia,  6;   British' Columbia, ���������  8;    ySaskatche-l  wan, 2, and-_V:)hlvpixyT.eriiitoryv Al-i '.'A-Ax-,  the  close  oEyt^at^ear..four farm-syiti  Canada reported aJtbtai of 31.204.^if-:  :  ver f oxesi: of * which .21,3 64 fy^rey. adui t s,  valued at $8,095,18SK distiiibuted thus;  Prance Edward; islands, ?13,63*J.;    "|^r.  ,Brun:sT������,,ick,: J.150;.'_. dutanoy:3,ii5l;. Que-1  bee, 2,726; Nova Scotia, 2,307; Alberta,  ^l.TSS;  Manitoba, 1,378; British Columbia, 586;  Y.ukon Territory,    362,. -and'  Saskatchewan,  313.   ,.Ijt.. is-significant.  for the future of the industry that-not  withstanding the increase, in the mini-  ..-. her. of farms and animals, the recent  sales  in  Montreal showed  the  prices  of  silver Tox pelts of best quality to  have   "advahced "-25   per    cent.    .The  total  sales of the Canadian Fur Auction Sale Company at the  September  auctions reached $1,500,000.  , "Reverting to* the  minister's   report,  it shows Canada    to    be    particularly  strong yin  muskrats,  almost  rivalling  Russia and even Siberia.      Exceptionally lai'ge muskrat ranches exist neai  Sydney,   Cape   Breton,   and  at  Radis-  ,son, Saskatchewan.      On    the* latter  there aro no fewer than two thousand  breeding rats.      It is clidmed for this  country  that  tho  muskrat  skins produced hero nro the best In the world.  ��������� Thoy "return between three and a half I  imd  four million'dollars  per  annum.  Muskrats multiply and thrive well In  capl'ivity; hence there is plenty of op-  . porhinlty    for    further    development.  Mink-also  thrive  lu ' captivity.       The  sU-ins ale. in .good demand and y corn-  .maiul  lull* prices!"     Young mink find  re nd y    sale    Tor    breeding    purposes.  Chinchilla rabbits, although originated  3n Franco as late ns twelve years ago,  havo already bee6mb extremely popular.     Tliey have.been known In Can-  ndu, for only two or throe years, but  the demand already cwctu^l.s the aiip-  ply.     .However, large importations are  being  made,  und  ns  there  seems no  lear of  their d������c.reHso  in   popularity,  furl her    development     of    chinchilla  breeding may be looked Tor.     The littlo animals multiply rapidly and their  skins are worth from two tii tHix*������iollar's  apiece.      Four llilui'--* ;i >e..u- uVeraginK  r.even    to    eight     e.*i:h  iii't> the  unual  HiinR. ���������,  t-'uy.s the iniiiijter's report.: "Since U  r.uoa not require much cuplU:! *o.start j  In \n i.m������ll \vny,^*in������i    nH    women    are  quite nf* ������ueer>B!*trul nn men In raining  them, il, lH-r-*������iHon*ibl,3 lo j-uppose that  the adjoining meadows- and streams,  already dbtte'd with numerous musk-  rat and beaver houses, and which have  given a fair living to a number of  trappers for some years.  Mr. McFarland, who has had yeats  of experience with animal life north  of the Peace River, is going in to the  and    will make  ar-.  be built at j rangements    for    the    location of the  mentioned    recently    to  Queen Charlotte Island the erection j-necessory buildings, ahd will also line  of new canneries: or-re-opening or ex-1 up the right-of-way for the tw/enty-  tengion of existing one's, is planned at j eight mites of wire-net fencing, which  Captain's Cove, Prince Rupert, Mill  Bay, Somerville and at the Kumeoa  cannery on the Bags River.  "Many of the "cattle  are headed for  the various exhibition    circuits'    this  coming year, and many more  honors Wheat To Be Shipped West  will be addea'to the Glencarnock barns       Fifty   million   bushels   of   the   192p  through their showings. There ary- prairie ci-op will .move to Vancouver  few   owners   today   who  have: earned yf6T;Teshipment during the present crop  the reputation across America that J.  D. McGregor carries, an<J his brilliant J  will be proceeded with    as  weather conditions permit.  soon���������' as  wins at.tliei Chicago International, Tor--j  ;ontp Royal;^ Brandon and other leading  lairs testify to" the high quality, of  breeding operatibnsycarried on on such  a large scalo this winitef?"    '  jbry newspapers  make go-id polishers for windows, -mirrors and ranges;  Build   Large _&aw   Mill  A Million Dollar Planjt to be Erected.at  Vancouver  Construction of a hew mill at "Van-  season, in the opinion of J. A: MeColl, L couver at a cost of more than $1,000.-  : The, 6.00, toybave'a capacity of_. 250,000 "'feet*  of the Vancouver harbor board.  total, to  date  approximates  30,000,000 j of liimber anfl 20jO,000 shingles, will "bfe  bushels.  Will  Raise Muskrats  . The leasing o������ Muskeg Lakes in Northern Alberta for the purpose of raising muskrats  fpje the fur trade, is a  ue-n^indu'stry.-"'that' is under way.  .("-���������.  j commenced iat once,- G. G. Johnson,  ' general manager of the Capilano Tlm-  J ber Company, announced. A railway;  connecting the company's timber 11m:  its in the Capilano Valley, with the  new mill, ahd- a large wharf already  are under construction.  SPECIAL FEATURES ON C.NJL BROADCASTS  pounder automaiics,  9,700 rounds of ammunition for this  weapon, as a part of the regular military load of each ship. - -  "'Th^ guns are so situated that aa  enemy aircraft cannot; approach *"*Tom  an-y .direction or angle without permitting a concentration of fire," Admiral Moffett says.  Instead of armour, the air dread-  naughts will rely: on th'S"- non-inflam-  mibility of helium gas for protection  against hostile aeroplanes.  ,  Plani fof a 6,000,000 cubic footer  drawn by a United States commercial  concern, the navy officer said, had been  calculated to show the value of snor.  a ship as an aerial troop transport.  She would: have a capacity of 750 men  with their individual fighting equipment;- he explained, and could take  ttialTfbrce 500 miles at a speed of 85  miles an hour and -still retain a 50 per  cent, fuel reserve:^  "In this" air,-vessel,'' the- admiral  continued, "inflated with 90 per cent,  helium and 10 per cent, combustible  gas, 500 men, each-with 45 pounds of  equipment, can be carried from San  Francisco to Hawaii in 30 hours, witn  a 20-hour reserve of fuel.  -'Forty rigids of this capacity "could  move a division over this distance."  /  Settlers   Coming   From  Britain  New Agreement Gives a Tremendous  '^'Stimulus to British Migration  As a-result of the new immigration  agreement between Canada and the  United Kingdom, there has been a  marked -awakening of interest in this  Dominion on the other^side.  Cable advices show that hundreds  of applications "are being received in  London from prospective settlers.  Owing to Jlie -fact that the agreement  applies only to farmers, farm 'laborers'  and domestics, a considerable number  of the applications have to be rejected, but, nevertheless, it is certain that  there will be a tremendous improvement in the volume of immigration  this year.  The Ottawa department has had an  inquiry'made into sfa���������emen.tts made in  the British House of .Commons by Hon,  C* L. Amery, secretary for the dominions, in which he quoted figures showing, a very large percentage of rejections by thp Canadian authorities.  The information received indicates  that Mr. Amory's 'figures were not  right. ''*      "������������������  "' The actual number of applications  jand rejec'tt'ons o? families applying for  admission into Canada as at January  31, 1926, were: Applications, 1,476; rejections, 304.  Flnril figures of the single men and  women who have been rejected -.vert-  not yet to hand.  Makes Gotod Windbreaks  W.    N.    V.   .161*9  Western Canadian broadcasting  stations In tho Canadian National Railways contlncnt-wido radio chain Includes in-vtzriit.i.uuti lo bi,* &\vvu d*iiSiJK  March which are worthy of special  mention, it ia tho nlm of"tho com-  I pany toj sot a lilgh standard for radio  ' hroadcimllng by all Ilu utaHon** and  with thia end In view arranncnientf-  were madn with eomo of the boot jnusl-  clanH ia the Domlnian to broudcaRl  rrom C.N.lt. tUaflons ln tho weat dui--  lng the month of Mnreli,  The lowor plcturofi show tho famous  Hart House String Quartet, of Toronto, compoBod of Ckmza do Kross, first  ���������violin: Tlnrry Adar-.ttirj. recond violin:  Milton Blncicutono, viola; Boris Hamburg, 'cello.  IiiAcrts In tho ciuurtot group arc  Reglnaldi Stewart, Canadian virtuoso  pianist and conductor (left), of Toronto, and A. X.C6llo Gaiaide, baritone,  of Winnipeg {tlght>. Mr. Sto-iavart la  one of the out-"landing plhnli-itH of  Canada* \  Sunflower* Serve Good Purpose While  Trees Are Growing  v One   of   the   benefits   derived   from  3 tho planting on the prairies Is the pro-  j tectlon-"afforded against  drains Avlntts  ifn summer.   * A growilw of earaganas  or willow enables the farmer to pro-  jdutve ������H ihe ordinary vegetable.1"  and  i small  fruits.      While one U  walilng  for trees to grow a good shelter can  bo obtained by planting Russian  sua*  flowers.      Three  rows  of  these  wlin  CNRW. the first Canadian National fpUmta about Blx   Jnchea    apnrL    ,vl1,  broadcaatlng atatlon opened In the -chftck |ho wlnda of ,ate sinnmer wheJl  west, celebratea Its aecond anniversary J |hG efTpcts of drftURhi Bte]tlMt ���������ke!y  on Mr-reh 31������t fm* which- date a "10 ^ ffl,t Tho s"jn*������ww wd io h-  Bpoclal programme haa boon arrang-j plnn(et, <,ach ycar but wlu 8eryW a  od, incliullug iievtsral novelty features ' 0<| pur|,ose uhiie a mon* permanent  for which prizes "will bo given, nnd an wiBllbrfta|t is coming on. Either as  address by W. D. Robb, vice-president| fod"lcr or for the seeils (hey furnish  In clmi'Kc of radio Tor the syotem'.'The j the snnfloweri- ������re worth the trouiilo  top picture Bhows the handsome atudWy l������k*>" ���������*��������� aron-ln-i them. -  of CNRW, actuated ln the Fort Garry  SoiiM" men en cape ihe traps of,ot horn  xtoiei, Jtiiti  Air.  liouu al  ���������������*���������** ������c-f*." [only ������<o  be c-nuuiu iu  ������.���������������-������-   i������"������i*. H  lJllIli������a_li^  THE  CRESTOH  REVIEW  Ttamatco  laPtVCOTTOHWOOOVtWlCri PANKlg.  XOTTONWOOOVCNienMNKtA  "The Universal Wallboard "  -/:  WhatItIs���������and What It Does  LAMATCO is made of three layers of cross-grained cottonwood veneer cemented  together with our special waterproof glue and patented hotplate process.   It will not  peel or come apart when exposed to moisture.  7     y    ������������������ ���������������������������,.. i _ .  LAMATCO is subjected to 300 degrees of heat- throughout its drying process. - It  will not split, check, or pull away from the nails in dry, hot climates.  .   -  _ .  LAMATCO comes in three grades, three thicknesses, six widths and two lengths.  A grade, a size, a thickness for all requirements.  For natural grain panelling use Lamatco Finishes andget perfect results.  ���������'���������"" For Sale By  C.A. ROBINSON. Canyon  Manufactured by  LAMINATED MATERIALS CO.. Ltd.  New Westminster, B. C.  evidenced   in    the   large   turnout   of  friends   -from    "Wynndel    and   Alice  Sid rig to pay a last tribute of respect^  and" in the many floral leiuembrances.  Amongst.the numerous and beautiful floral tributes  were.wreaths from  the family, Mr. and Mrs. W..J.   Coop  er, United Churchi Mr..and Mrs. J. E.  Slingsby and Howard, JUr.   and   Mra.  Butterfield. arid family, Mr.   and Mr*.  J.   W.   Crook,     Co-Operative      Print  Growers  Association*   Mr. "and   Mrs.  "Woods, Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Johnson,  Mr.* and Mrs. Towson ard family, Mr,  and Mrs. J. B. Rudd, JLoreetr,  Mabel,  Augu'stina.and Dorothy, Mr. "and Mrs.*  H..'*A. Bathie, srl; Mr.   and   Mrs. Joy  and family,, Mark . Oreek   Store  staff,  Kimberiey.    Sprays  were sent by Mr.  and. Mrs. Carl Wigen,   Mrs. J. He**d������-  man,      Douglas   Butterfield,     Foxall,  family, Mr.  and Mrs.   Guy Constable,  Mr. and Mrs. B. Uri,  Mr. and Mrs. B.  Uri." Mrs.   Johnson,     Mr.    and   Mrs.  Hagen, Mr. and Mrs. Ashley Cooper,  Mr. and Mrs. Small, Johnny and Sally,  Mr. and  .Mrs. Mclnnis, Mr.   and Mrs.  V. Carr, George Reidar, Mr. and Mr*-.  R~.   Corn well,   Monrad - Wigen,   John  Wigen, and many others;  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Oreston. B.C.  Subscription : $2.50 a ye_av in advance.  $3.00 to XJ.S. points.       .  C. P. Hayes, Editor and Owner.  CRESTON. B.C.. FRIDAY.' APR. 30  Okanagan Prices  Considerable curiosity has always  existed as to how prices paid at  Creston for frnit compared with  the returns paid in the* Okanagan  for the same commodities. For the  first time since we have been read  in^ the papers from other districts  the Pentieton Herald of last week  gave the net price to the grower  on four of the winter varieties of  apples.  Tlie figures are interesting in  that they show the amount paid on  each variety and disclose the fact  that the Jonathan is the big favorite amongst the Mwinters"^with,������the  Wagner a 25 per cent, less favorite.  Here is what the Herald says:  ''Final returns on  the   Jonathan,  Korthern   Spy, Wagner  and Deli  cious pools were   issued    today    by  the Pentieton Co operative.    Spitz  en berg and Stayman Winesap pools  will be  closed within   the next few  days, while Winesap, Yellow New  ton and Miscellaneous Late Winters  will follow in the course  of a week.  "The growers are credited   with  the sum of $47,621 from  the Jonathan pool, $2,8333 from the North  era Spy   pool,   837.674   from   the  Wagner pool and $24,839 from the  Delicious  follows:  Jonathan-  Spys   Wagner   Delicious.  pool.    Prices     were   as  KxJF.    Fancy  _���������*B .85   $ .73*    1.03        .70  ._..     .l������4      .78  _   1.5&J    1.38  '���������C**   Crates  $ .52    $ .43  .63        .57  .70        .65  .Sfli      .50  '"Despite the failure of the soft  fruit crop Pentieton growers will  have received this year much greater crop returns than last. The  apple crop more than doubled that  of the preceding year.  ''Prices obtained for the last  Apple crop were much in line with  those obtained for the preceding  crop, with the exception of Jona  thans, for which a higher price waa  received thiB year. Prices for the  preceding year's crop of Jonathana  were: Extra fancy, 74; fancy. 64j  "C'\ 49 and Oaten, 46. Delicious  prices for the 1925 nrop, however,  were not quite ������o high.  of 25 cento each, is a successor to the  Leadville Mining & Milling Company,  incorporated in the state of Washington, with its office in Spokane.  The claims which the present  company now own and are working  steadily contain silver, lead and zinc  with a high value, and are situate up  Goat River about six miles north of  Kitchener. "Considerable work bas.  been' done on these claims and un  amount of ore is on the dump.  The management have, however, to  raise more capital and have decided to  isMie 56,000 shares which they estimate  will enable them. to pu t the property  on a paying basis, and it is for.this  purpose I wish to appeal to your  readers to help us, and at the same  tiuie help themselves.  In the first place the ore assays high  and even ." with.'hauling the ore to  Kitchener with horses it should nett a  profit of around $1500 a car, and 65  c-irs a year would enable us to pay divi  dividends of 100% on the 800,000 shares  which'"..will "be the_tbtal i.ss.ie when  these 56,000 are- alotted. ,*Sot Only  that, .but it is; part of'.Our plans to  install a small null by which" a ctinsid-  eraple amount' will be saved .in  -hauling and,freigb ti./,'.._���������   ;:���������..*,��������� -,A A'- y77A.:  A Then there is" thes'tradin'g-'"'4ideyfor  your readers to consider. Every man  anil family we bring in -to this neig-  boi*hood . are potential customers to"  your district* which" in every ;*yay will  benefit as all your readeis aire traders  in.one way or another.  We have several shareholders in  Kitchener and as it is my intention to  follow up this, letter by a personal call,  on your readers..! hope that Creston  and district will also be well represented on lhe roll.  . In conclusion I would like to nay  that no promotion money- has been  paid in forming this company, and no  cash has been paid for the' claims, the  vendors having taken the whole  purchase price in shares of which  there are only the one <*lns*a, there  -being neither'debentures or preference  shares.  A. O: STRUDWICKB,  President Leudville Mining Co , Ltd.  Fort Steele  course. ���������       . -  has   a four-hole golf  Arrangements are under   way to  organize a Rotary Club   afc Pentic  ton.  Cranbrook reports an unusually  early -start -of the eastbound auto  tourist rush.  The publio library at Cranbrook  operates a free reading room, Tt  had 450 patrons in March.  Kaslo hospital funds were augmented "hy almost $200���������the intake  from' the usual Easter Monday  hospital ball,.  Due to the increased demand for  more rooms an_d more teachers at  the Kelowna ..schools the town's  tax rate has been increased four  mills this year to meet the increased  educational costs. i-  COW AND CALF EST RAX  Came to tiiy premises on or about  December: I5> 1025, roan cow branded  c&P^with triangle over^ wi^b dark  brown7-calf ��������� ���������.uJB.!������randetf.::."Typwnifir;-.ycan  have same do proving property and  paying expenWe^^J. ._*AV,-ISj'; Creston.  GOVERNMEHf LIQUOR ADT  Furnishing?  We Offer Very Worth-while Selections  OUR Special Building? Book gives you full particulars of our Free Plan  Service, Free Estimating Service, and offers a good selection o*C  building materials, electric wiring materials, tools, etc. -  For adding to the corafc^t, cosiness and attractiveness of any home, new  or oldI ouf W^lpaper Sampler Book, Electrical Fixtures Folder, and the  tousefu?nisWns sections of our General Catalogue are exceUent medium*.  Good value, is the keynote, of EATON publications.  Any of these books frae on request; and certainly they should be consulted by anyone thinking of building, decorating or purchasing tur-  nishings.  suited by anyone thinking of  building,  decorating or  j.  .Write us for any of these- books you need.  .__.rwirj,   JlffV  ���������*T. EATON C^Lin^  WINNIPEG.  CANADA  Notice of Application for Beer  Notice is hereby given that on or after the  18th day of May next the undersigned intend  to apply to the Liquor Control - Board for &  license in respector premises to be known aa  Pineburst Inn, situated on" tbe S^E. part of liOt  2 of Block "B" 6f =Iid>t' 803, Kooteriaay District,  Plan 1437, Nelson-Imnd -Registration District,  in the Province Of British -Columbia, xtor the  sale of beer by the glass or by the open bottle  for consumption on tne premises.  Dated tbis 15th day of Arofl. 1928.  7    PETER" MATHlfilSOlSr,Applicant.  P''"'c":-"'���������-y".-^,.-iff-:*.- ���������';-' '  acme  can arrange your  1 our  . to Great Britain and the Continent  ��������� -**; ��������� ��������� _  via Any Steamship Line  Plan Early  ���������Full information gladly furnished by  W. B, MARTIN, G.P.R. Agents Greston  Death of A.  W. Mason  Local Iftdtsstries  Editob Rkvikw;  Sm, ��������� I should be gliirl if you will  grant me tho favor of lining ymir  paper to bring before* your ivtulfiw tb������������  matter of the l>������-nd ville Mining:  Company*. LimlrM, Thin i-mnjuiny,  which In  incorporated   under the laws  ��������� f . I.-    , ,    r, ... *>������������������ t ���������$���������  ���������*������*!,.,���������_.*,  M'lii    **    *.** Qfm *-* *4������4l*+*4. -  1,000.000   nhnret*  4)4  tion  w^.       . a    f     trm    * at   "  laaltl'ia  a.   i,.������.aja.^a..������  of B2HO,00f).m   ir������  Wynndrl was   again   plunged   into  mourning    on ' Thai winy   afternoon,  April 22nd,   when   the news fcpieud of  the    death   of   A.    W.    Muson,   who  passed away at   his   home' here.    He  hud been ill but   a few   bourn,   taking  sick about 6 a.m.  the   same   morning,  the cause of death being heart trouble.  DeceaBed     --itme   to     Wynndel     from  Mitiiitohu in 1012, remaining until 1014,  when he moved   with   his   family   to  Alice Siding,   where   he   resided for it  number of years, after which he again  returned to   Wynndel,   purchasing   it  block or land from W. .1. Cooper, and  has   been   fa lining   here   for   himself  ever oinne.    Deceased was  very prominent in   f-nnmiunity  affairs.    He was  secretary or the  local   of   the   United  Fairneia, and he wa������ largely  reBpons-  ible for   the   securing   of   funds   and  arranging   other    details   aa   Well   an  helping witb   the   actual   erection   of  , Wynndel United Chinch.   The funeral  whh held on   Haturday,   with   Rev, JT.  Herdruun  in charge  of the  hci-v-Iro nt  fche chuicli,   and   tbe   remairm   b(*ing  t'-lct'Ti Ut CreHMut   ceriK-un-y   for   inter  rnent.    Tbe pulllMxt .-in   were   K. Uri,  M.  Ifagen, Alex. ���������anit>iiin, ti. Taylor,  X W,  Crook    ufifl   Jl, Ui-|,     Ji.tj nn<d  lenvet. a wid(iw jtnrliirie dtoigbter, Mrn*  W.  J,  Cooper, arid   one  -ton".'Wilfrid,  to mourn  lii������-   piiHuing,   nil   of .whom  ���������0Hi>.*t ^ 0.    Kr������ *������f" *l*l*. <*���������    K 1 *m%%    0*m *******���������-*���������*,    Im*    **������|"-a|*������lt  the   fate   iMfr.    Ma Hon    waft    held    wiih  We would  specially call yon r attention to the beauty *and  good wearing qualities of  PENMAN'S SILK HOSE^  ���������".  IN COLORS.       k  Windsor ^an, Chicle, Toast, Bran, Black, Grey...... .;. tyi.m  Ribbed Silk in Crash, Fawn, Windsor Tan, Suede .......:      .75  Silk and Lisle, in Black and colors     \60  . -   . ���������      y ��������� ���������        ���������'',.''.'"���������,���������   . ,. ��������� .        . \ ��������� ..  ���������    a' '. ' '��������� J ��������������������������� ���������        .  Black Peter Pan, heavy, well made, good wearers,  sizes from 7 to 11, ppiced fVom....^ 50 to 65c  Heavy Ribbed Cotton in Black and Sand, sizes 7 to  10J _.... 35 to' 50b  Have you  seen all the  New  Hats acid  j^^jg^TQiffi   IT ���������OUT  -j  AU the early  Spring Styles  iri stock.  ILilljirl  MIXED  mwrnsmm^  ^^^H|9B|M^^^SQffl^^H^fl|H^^H|^^H^Q^H  v-4i  :Z s:  ��������� -  r  *->���������  1/  "CHE OBESTON BETSSW  /  saap  Will. IHI IIM^-IHIM  4  -���������  X  X-  \  You knowU% Hgkt  when you Buy here J  Local and Personal  An exceptional opportunity to buy  furniture and Household effects .will be  at the auction sale J. Hayden ia:"having on Saturday, May 8th, at his residence on Victoria Avenue. The terms  are cash and all will be sold as tho  family is moving back to Alberta.,  silver lead properties with encouraging ore showings and in view of the  exceptionally satisfactory returns from  the Alice niiue ore shipments the  Delaware looks worthy, of considerable  practical attention:.  300   motor   licenses   have   been  Issued at Fernie so far this year.  When .you buy , Groceries, or anything  else; at our store you always, get something  besides what you purchased.    You  get sp".  satisfying assurance  that   the   goods   are  fresh, that the quality is genuine, arid that  Corp. Smi th of the B. C. M.:*Bi-f formerly iri charge" at" Creston* fcnt now  attached  to "the Lethbridge, Alberta^  division, was here a few   days   at   the {'  .first of the week,   shipning  out* some  household effects  which^he  stored at  the time bf leaving here about a yea?  ago. - -   __  . The McFarlane family, who have  been    occupying   the   store   opposite  | Mirabelli's shoe shop, have moved Into  fche^Aalice    Siding   section,   and   the  ! I village is now. free of all boarders.  The Held family moved to Kuskanook  about a month ago. where they ������re  cooking- in n lumber camp.  I  tin.   ���������*-*"*_"*_*-���������"*.*_    ������������������_������ jrtjf_������-���������������*_������-���������    _tsr**,*l  W    ������*������ ������V*U)    iO   *OVJ"LCU-UK    rOiUU  -VJM-V        V *j������*%j_--_-������      JIM*      m *-_">.&fcJV-f-*.'V*r������.  m * J  trustworthy.       That's    something . worth  having;    \    - '  -PROVINCIAL. ELECTIONS ACT  . SYNOPSIS OF ,  MACTAEHIDMENTS  x    **���������   PRE-EMPTIONS  Vacant. "-   aiu-e-or-red.  NO-ICE is hereby given that I shall, on-  Monday, the rob day of May, xaaS, as tne nqur  of 10 o"etoc6; in* the forenoon, at the Court  House, Creston, bold a'slttlng of the Court of  Revision foribe purpose of revising the list of  "    said -electoral 'district,   and of  Ireston Vallsy Corporative Assn.  CRESTON  ERICKSON  I  NEW CARS  Sedan Fordor." 1 Touring.  1 Chassis.  MJ*iJ'OJ^ilJ-J_diA.rNJLI. OAKS  1925 Mode! Foi*d .< .: J. $ 375.00  1918 Model Ford 1. ���������     150.00  In fine shape"  ���������H f1w������ *STH  Excla&ive Ford Dealer  CRESTON  Nelson Protective Association  LA   150Q CLUB1  \  ������_*������_OSlTIV*BLY YOUR LAST CHANCE to- become a memW of this  f"^   Club, as the. Government   has stated that ho more   Clubs may  may be incorporated.    Applications are coming in freely.    Why  poteend in yours.   Age limit 55.   Entrance fee &&.   Persons of either  ses eligible.   For application forms apply to -Ti  7" R. J. STEEL, Sei-retary.  Box 158, NELSON. B.O.  , The Women's Institute bulb show In  Trinity United Church basement nn  Saturday afternoon was" a'great financial success, the sale of cooking and  flowers and" the "tea netting about S540.  Tbe show of blooms was fair, the!  season being ih between���������too late for  the daffodils and' too early for  tulips*  " *-^_  At the veterans meeting on Saturday night the necessary resolution was  put through tn merge the local  G.W.V.A. with, the Canadian .Legion,  into which latter organization -ill the  l>omininn Veteran's societies are going.  Crestcn will likely have a delegate at  the Legion convention at the const in  May. ~~  .  Christ Church- was crowded to the  doors on 'Wednesday night when, his  lordship Bishop Doult of the diocese  of Kootenay inducted and installed  Kev. S. NeWby as rector of* Christ  Church..following whirh he confirmed  a class of ten candidates. At 7.30  Thursday morning his lordship had  charge    of    the*   communion    service  ~ r **  which was attended by the newly  confirmed" and other members of the  congregation. 4   _^  , R    W.   Hartley   of   Victoria,   who  spent  several.- days   here   last   week  I looking things   over with   a   view   to  I opening a law office in   Creston,   will  "be "back at the 'fiit-t of the week, and  open fvvr the practice of law , in  C. B.  Garland's    former. offices    over -the  Emperial-B������r_k..s   Since   graduating   in  McGill University law schoc*I, Montreal,,  in 1822 Mr. Hartley has been practising  in Victoria,  ahd, comet* highly  recon-���������  mended as a barrister and solicitor.  Mrs.    A.   B.   Swanson,    with   Miss  Marion nnd Ralph, were guests of Mr.  and Mrs." Jas. Cook a couple   o_f^dava  this week, en rc'ufce by auto from Van  couver to spend the next-few months  with Mr. Swanson, who it- now C.P.R.  agent at Kimberiey.    Ralph is taking  a position  with   the   Consolidated   in  that town until   the   B.C.   University  reopens in the full, while M a Hon  has  been engaged t������i: do advance work for  Chiuitauq na on the prairie ch cu it for  the next four months. ������������������  voters for the .--... ���������  hearing and determining-any and all objections,  to the retention of any name on the said list, or  to the registration as a voter of any applicant  for registration; and for the ot-he'r purposes set  forth In the "Provincial Elections Act."  Dated at Creston. B.C., this 13th day of April,  1926.      ~  C F. HAYES_  Registrar ofi Voters,  Creston Electoral District.  MINERAL  {FORM F.}  Certificate of improvements  NOTICE I  Lucky Soy arid Lucfty Boy Fractional  Mineral " Claim*, situated in the  Nelson Mining- Division of Kootenay  District. Where located? On Sheep  about six mites from Salmo.  TAKE NOTICB that it A. H. Green, acting  as agent for August Schivinke. Free Miners  Certificate No. 6&6SC intend, sixty days from  tbe date hereof to apply .to the Mining Recorder  for a Certificate- of Improvements far the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above  claims.  And further toko notice that action, under  Section 85, must- be commenced before the  issuance or such Certificate: of Improvements.  Sated this 6th day of April. 192& _  A. H. GREEK.  WATER NOTICE  mVERStON AJV0 L"S������  purveyed  rown lands xaay be pre-empted by  irLtteh subjects over 16 years of age,  and "by ���������*"**"��������������� on-_eoiarlng intention  zo, become Srttiati aubjeets, condi-  cto-ttl upon residence, -occupation,  ind improvement for agricultural  ourpoies.  Fall informoticn concerning regu-  _tiena   regarding   pre-emptions    ls  given in Bulletin No. 1, I_usd Series,  Ho- to Pre-empt Laa-a," copies of  Tvlkich can be obtained free of .charge  t-y ad^ossias   the.    "Department    of  _&nds. Victoria, _B.������1, or to any Gov-  - ���������_aent Aarent.  Rsoo-rds wlU b������ granted covering  aS-tOy land suitable for agricultural  purposes, and whic3i ls not tlmher-  and, Le^ carrying- over &.000 board  "feet 'per aero west of tfeo Coast Range  and 8,000 feet pe** acre east of tbat  ilanse. J.  AppUcatlons for pre-emptions are  iu  he addressed to the -.and  Com-  mlssloher of the Zj-nd RecordLns Di -  ieion. ln which Oxo land applied for /  is -SltuateJU aad SSS maJlc. OS ng4n|.ad -  forms, copies of which  can be  obtained from tia������ "Land CommSsaitmer.  Pre-exapUozui must be occupied tor  flv������ 7������a-_������ an4 Im-p-rov-Boaenta made  to value of ������10 per acre, including  -elearfa-i*-r and cultivating: at least five  * -acsee, before a Crown Grant can be  :*������eeSve&.  F*or.znore detailed'informatioa. see  the- Bulletin "How to Pre-empt  -"jand.** _  ~      ������       PURCHASE *     .*  Applications are receive- for pur <  chase cf vacant and unreserveo  Crown lands, not "being; timberlami,  for aapcicultural purposes; m ninrum  price of first-olass Cambie) land is $&  .���������p������r argg-. asd second-class, (srasins?  3a*_td $2.50 per acre. 5*urther Information-' regarding .purchase or lease  of Crown lands is given In Bulleti**  No. 10, X-md Series, "Purchase and  X_ease of Crown .Lands."  Mill, factory, or Industrial sites on  timber land, not exceeding 40 acres,  may be purchased or leased, the conditions Including payment -������t  Btumpage.  HOMESITE   LEASES  Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 20  a_res,  may be ' leased  as   homes ites,  conditional   upon   a   dwelling   beira;  erected In the first year, title .being  ���������L-obtainable   after   residence   and   ������m-  I* provemeini  -conditions    are     tiilfiSIed  1    and land has, been surveyed. -  .  Deposit Bond Coupons  , .. . *  ���������     ��������� ���������  .    ���������  Clip your bond coupons the day  they are due* They will be accepted by this Bank arid placed to  your credit. By depositing them,  at once in a Savings Account you  vwill immediately start earning interest on your bond interest.  Take notice that "Henry Olver, whose address  is Nelson, will apply for a license to take and  use I c.f.8. of water out of Gold Cup Creek,  -which flows soathwest and drains into Salmon j  River, one mile south, of Porto Rico. The water i  will "be diverted from "the stream at a point I  100 yards above line between north and south  half of lot 1242. and will "be -used for Auming  gorpose upon t&e land described as Liot 1242.  1.1, Kootenay District. This notice -was posted  on theground on the 1st day of-April* 1326. " A  copy ot this notice and an application pursuant  thereto and to the "Water Act -will be/filed in  tbe office of .the "Water Recorder at Nelson.  -Objections to the application may he filed witb  .che saldJWater Recorder, or with the Comp-  troiler orWater Rights; farliament Buildings,  'Victoria, H.O.. vdtnln thirty* days after the  flrst appearance of this notice in a local newspaper.  -H. OLVER. Applicant.  The date of tde first publication of this notice  is April 9,1933. _  LEASES  _*or grazing and Industrial purposes areas not exceeding 440 acr^a  may be leased by one person at *  comnany. -,  GRiSVZING  Under the Grazing Act che Province Is divided into grazing" district*  and the range administered under **  Grazing Commissioner; - Annu U  grazing permits are Issued based on  numbers ranged, priority being given  to established owners. Stack-owners  may .form associations for ranj?e  management. Free, or partially free,  permits ari������ ���������������-liable for settlers,  campers and travellers, up to ten  eead.  _.  4������  IMPENAL.' BANK  ___s������a  C. W* AIJLAN,  OF CLA_S_<Vl9lA.  CRESTON BRANCH,  JMsnsdsr.  ���������nmmvmmmm  ANNOUNCEMENT  Jl ust -to Se t you know tlial 1 have'tuken over my  former Butcher business, and am mil Icing the rounds  regularly with -a very choice line of FRESH BEEF  '..AND POEE.  Ar usual I am thia spring walVa^lced  np with ImpHonmi-ts  pt every description, Bemoorata,   WaRonn, Harnona, ofca  Also havo a few head  of Homos and Milch CcVWh, which I  am nelliug on favorable term*. "*  I oan handle any Aoplos you  hiwo to  dispoao of,   and will  poy the top prloo in Ca������h. _^ v  mmmmmmm  The inove to proyldo CrestOn with ������  KO\t course took * yiery definite shape  this -t*.<*ek when an option was secured  on u tract of ahoiit sixty nci-es of land  biick of the Herlc nnd>. Penson ranches  and taking in "what is known as Little  Mountain, near Hrioksr������n, und a stock  Biibscrtpttnn list is belnn circulated  with h view to secininpT fifteen peii-ona  to form Ihe holding..j-ompnny". "JVith  this/detail succesi-fully acroinplished  the ne-txt effort will be to organize the  golf club���������opvn to both htdies and  gentlemen and proceeded to lay out  any eirze eourse funds will permit.  Ohrtst Ohuroh "Ladies' Guild had n  bip; turnout of your-pestera for tho  masquerade purty at the Pm-ish Hull  on Friday nlghf. There wiio. endless  variety to the csostuntes nnd tho  judges had a very serious time picking  the winners, who nro announced us  follows: Gii'Va flrsj> Betty Speers,  Coloninl JLndy. Boy's firatf Jack Pay*  no, Indian. Girl's second, Jean Mc-  I^nnn-hlln, Urt-flfmlil. "Boy*n ������econd*  Allun Speera, Turk. Girl's comic,  Noi He Payne, OIioujj. Boy's comic,  Jiick .Johnston, Gollywofg. Games  were indulged In* and . refreshments  served, and a very 0no time spent by  all.   The cash Intake was about $30,  Geo. Youhg nnd J. E. Huyden hav|������  jimL i<,-jcui*v'il 1- l&MtJmgitf Wkh) ������m th������  Delaware pfronp of oluitua and about  " ho middle of tho month will be start  SnK work on the propertloo, whieh are  owntfdfby tho Proetor-Hlll interests*  "and nro located on Holfo Mountain,  up Arrow Creek. In tlio group are  three crown grunted elulniii on which  tho tunnel wusdriven to n considerable depth berore npertitlons ceittioj*  ulmost, fifteen  years   ago.   These   mo  VICTORY LOAN  COUP0-NS  We  will   cash   your  Victory  Coupons or pltace tbeni to your-cpedi*t  in our Savings Bank where they will  draw interest at 3% per annuxcu *&  THE CANaADlAN BANK  ^ ^^^^^   ���������l^g^g��������� ^^m_____.     ___������������������_______.    ____���������__. mj^^^m ^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^ a      ^^m^^^^^^m^  OF COMMERCE  Cftt^tol Paid Uji $2OiiCNX)y0OO  v Rcsei-re Vaad $20/9OO������O0O  C^etto*-i Branch.  D. T.Sfrhngeonr, Manj*-ge-r  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  MEAT MERCHANTS  w^mmmmmmmSmmmmwmwmm^Smmimml^^  ITRY OUtt  ZffAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economical dlah, easy to serve.  Shamrock Brana HAM. BACON anaiLARD  fY^^r ^^     1^^    r^  =? ^^^^ -    _ "^    ^T     t^^-* .d*"-t*? '^^'i 'f'!*^P     |S     W**   PS* |*|-^S a^p^a. *^*/ w*m MMp^ <w fmm^s^^t^m^/i **m**m "PP-M,  UJb&iWMAlJLZm^  *.*m**zjt*Mr*m'EM������ m   mUTTEm.  Oovernment Rraded. highest *Q;UalUyt.  FRESH and CURED FISH  - all varieilesv  Choicest HE EI', PORK, MUTTON$ VEAL, LAMB  BVRNS' IDEAL POULTRY FOOp  '*ia������WMwi*������wwff  1 THE   HEYIS^r;   CRESTON,   B.    O.  New Lieut.-Governor of B. C.  A Tonic of Rare Value  -SCOTT'S. EiOLSIQit  OP PURE COO-LIVER OIL.  Rich in Vitamins    Rebuilds Strength  _en  ON THE AIR  What    !s   Doing   In   the   World   of  Radio  M  OUR CROSSWORD PUZZLE  Cardinal Sill, cousin of Cardinal  Gasparri, papal secretary,. of state, is  dead.  The Spanish Government has tacitly agreed to ��������� support ' Poland in her  claim for a permanent seat on the  League of Illations  Council.  Lithuania has asked the .intervention  of the League of Nations' against  Poland in connection with recent  frontier incidents.  King Albert, of Belgium, -will preside over the opening session of the  International Rotary Clubs at Ostenft,  in June. .Seven thousand Rotarians  are expected to attend.  King Fuad has   accepted  an invitation  from   King  George -lo visit London.     He hopes to make the trip early  vin June after the opening of the Egyptian Parliament.  His Honor Robert Randolph Bruce,  ���������whose appointment as Lieutenant-  Governor'of Britisii Columbia was announced while he was in England. He  arrived' in Qjinada oil board- the Canadian Pacific steamer Montrose, and  proceeded at ..once to" hiss home at  "Windermere, B.C. .;  Swollen Joints,  Quickly Limbered Up  Rub On Nerviline  You'-would be"-surprised-at.'the wonderful action of /'Nerviline" in just  | such cases. Being thin and not an  j oil preparation, it is .able to penetrate  | quickly, and down jt, sinks into the tis-  ! sues, carrying its healing, soothing ac  | tion wherever it goes.      For  Picadors     have     been  barred   from  Madrid bullfights.    The Society for the  Prevention of Cruelty to Tnimals ot  tained   this   rulnig   from   the   mayor,  who is .a lover of horses.  \   ���������   ' i  Commander    Franco,   who    brougiu  fame and glory to his country by ins  epochal flight from Spain to Argentina, returned to S'pain, with his flying  companions, aboard a warship.  The dirigible Norges, with which  Raold Amuadsgn plans to journey to  the North Pole, has carried out a successful eight-hour trial flight ovei-  Rome. The blimp, carrying thi.i--.-y  persons, circled over 'Rome several  times.  - Dr. Henry Spahlinger, who claims to  have discovered a method for curing  tuberculosis in man and geese, is recuperating on the Riviera from an ifl-  ness ' believed to have been due u*  breathing tubercle bacilli in his Geneva laboratory, says a dispatch.  The four Australian wheat pools  have invited the Canadian wheat pools  to send a delegation to Australia in  August. J. M. McDonald, of Adelaide, South AU'7.r.ili-i, says that fol-  , lowing ihe conference at St.: Paul,  Minn., he dee idol that the Canadian  and Australian wheat pools.could worl:  l.o set hor.  j muscular or nerve pain, for  j stiff joint, Nerviline is a complete���������suc-  i cess.      Pain, soreness,    stiffness .   all  5 ob--j vanish before the magic power of tins  -..-������_.    j   T_trr_Ta /I c-r. _*-.-! 1 11 **^a-a-a ar, f "V". _*������l*l-ar frf-f-V  An opinion from corporation counsel  in Chicago holds that operation or  radio loud speaker late aL night is disorderly conduct.  The radio .crystal receiving set,  which confines reception mainly to the  nearest broadcasting station, still is  the predominant type used in the British Isles.  The newest and most powerful radio  broadeasliiig station in Northern Alberta is being erected in King Edwar<5;  Park, Edmonton; by the International  Bible Students7Association. Al:  Mayor Mitcliell, of Windsor, is sponsoring a novel plan for the--en ter tain?  ment of patrons of the principal Wind;  soi* parks this summer. He proposes  to have installed radio sets with amplifiers. The possibilities are endless  and the cost low, the mayor says.   A "A  As pas-tor. of.-t-he world's only aerial  cathedral, which has neither ���������length,  breadth or thickness, and is without  site or location or latitude of any kind.  Rev. Paul Radei", of Chicago, numbers  his congregation by the tens of tlioK- _19���������Towards.     ~ -���������  snmis.   .Rader    heads    the    National''JJ���������^^lio speeds.  4       -i*���������i,_   v7"7^,  ���������������������������������������������,������������������ . ������������������    ,-.-'   22���������A continent (abbr.).  stopping |Radio Chapter there and every Sunday  2S Heavenly  body  easing a | ^e coruiucts clay long services over station WHT, which is"under contract for  10 years for this purpose.      ' J  1-  6-  11-  12-  .. Horizontal.  -Property.  -Beiing- away.  -Carriage.  -Grab.    - >  14���������Musical instrument.  15���������-Suffix    iheaning    belonging to.  16���������To skin.  18���������A  case of wood.  wonderful liniment- Nearly fifty  years of success proves the merit of  Nerviline, which is sold everywhere in  large 35 cent bottles.  Advice  For  Young Mothers  MOTHERS WHO HAVE USE!*  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  Always     Strongly     Recommend  Them to Other Mothers     y  Once   .a;- mother    has used Baby's  Own   Tablets 'for  her  little  ones   she  will  use  nothing   else���������actual   experience    teaches,   her    that there  is  tu?  other medicine to. equal them for anj  of, the minor ailments from ''whichJrier  baby    or    little ones suffer;      Having  found the value of the Tablets iri Iter  own home, she is always anxious that  other     mothers* ��������� should     share     her  knowledge.    That is why Mrs. Creign-  ton White, North    Noel    Road,    N.S.,  writes the following:���������"I have a baby  seventeen months-old and have, given  him  nothing but Baby's  Own Tablets  ever    since    he    was a   week old.      I  know  of no other   medicine  to  equal  them,   and    it   is certainly a pleasure  to recommend them to other mothers."  Baby's Own  Tablets' are a mild but  thorough laxative that     regulate    tlie  stomach"'ahd bowels;   banish constipation  and  indigestion;   break up  colds  and simple fevers and make the.sickly  baby well and happyy.agaiu.    They are  sold  by  medicine  dealers  or  by mail  at 25  cents  a'box" from  The Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Brockville, Out.  24���������"Covers with ice.  26���������To come into existence.  27���������Filling  an  inkwell.  29���������City in Brazil.  30���������A: meadow (prov.  En&.)  3.1���������To shut close.  32���������Tans oyer.  34���������Employs.- yy       k  36-r-A prescribed guide  for conduct.        - ~~"  37���������To make indistinct.  39���������A borie.  41���������A      small.      loosely-  twisted line of two  strands. i.  43-���������Pronoun.  44^���������Indian.  4tf���������The outer garment  of the Roman matron, worn over the  *" tunic. . ������  47���������Encountered.  4 S���������Near.  ,5Q~rBulky".7piece of tim-  ber.  51���������Identical.  52���������-In. a droll manner:  53���������One who edits.  Vertical  fl-^Gives forth.       '������������������  2���������A store pit for green  fodder.  3���������Small mound.  4-^���������Article.  y'G-r���������Come in.. ������������������ ;'  7 -A'"  6���������Remaining. ~  7���������In such manner.  8���������Recede. ^_ -    "   . '  9���������Midday. _���������    -  10���������A state.  13���������Part of verb  16-^-Nine inches.  17���������One-quarter "  bushel.  to be."  of  a  20-���������A layer. .     "  21���������;To issue- again.  23���������More sor-e.  25���������To  show   contempt-  26���������To shut out.  27���������1 n_>urance   ( abbr.).  28���������Aeriform-liquidt .  30-ySluggishly. '   k  S'6rr~A.ni  exclamation yex-  y, 7 pressive of sorrow.  34-���������-Bone of the forearm.  35���������Discovered. j  37���������The lower part of a  ship's   u n d e r water  ..--     body. ..._^y     j  3 S���������A inea su r������=r*o f length.  40���������Mix. ��������� 7  42���������A card game.  43���������A note, ������������������*���������  45-���������Self 7    y ...  47���������-Small rug.  49-^-House       of       ."Lords  7   (abbr.): ���������<���������  51���������7th musical note.a  Another Move to Alienate Britain  T  Answer to Last Week's Puzzle  ss  -   'I'II,'   Si.i'W   Sl'i'lia.  ir-it-nikou, Ont.���������"teeiorc- the arrival  ,-,f r.ry little Ir.y r,;y !vn!"'i vvn-t very  poor, my back- hurt jinrl my nerve!- were  <-r, upset I muld tir-.t slr.-fv- f tfrew very  vc-ilc and init-cr.'iblt. and snitered from  i"Kirf_:i-.^' ,<-.*f"*l<nei;'-. finally I saw Dr.  'J'iorr.,-*'- F.-jvnt-"*'" IV-"-!"*'inf Eon in tlie  dm.? -.tore where I tT.id>--, so f decided  to Ir}- it, and it did me a world oi good.  _Jt rfWc.vi'tl nit* of .-ill distres'i in rny  iclc, JjirHl  iuu   up   in   sirciifflh and my  A Charming Mode Fertile Junior  Adaiited   io   the'sirl   of *j.x   l.o  four-  li'on   years   of   age,   this   smart   cnslv  men'  frock-   I'or  Reneral   wear  reveals  such new features a.s iho rtiglan Kleevi-  c-ui   al   tho   shouldei'-,   nnd  interesting  lie collar.      There is a slight-''fullness  al. ihe Hliouldiu's    In    front,';' and    cm-  bi-oidernd pal eh pock-'Ls proclnim tlu-lr  iifsefulness.    The   circular   skirl,   ir-   In j  two pi'Tro-.,  mid  attacheif to tlie  bod- \  ice a. I. ilie low waist-1 ine.      The eollnr!  Is r-onvfi-tlhl'' nrul  iviay, be worn hirn-1  or]   .)!.<���������.-   wllh   iho   lone:   ilo   onds   cur  oil',   or   I led _Jov\*ei*   down.        No.   12fi!)  . ii._ in s-ixf-H, M, 10, 12, andiM years. Stx.o  Hl ye;.!*., reiuiit:H ;iyH  .yard;" :.Hdncli, or  2:,A  .vai-'l.s 5-1 inch mnl.evhi.l.      Piiee 2o  cenlM.  :      Kvory svonaii's il������������Klre  I.-. to achieve  ; thai. HiTinrl. dlfferoni. Mi-petii'iiiiei. which  drav.'j j'jivonihlo eominent from tho ob-  s.-rvln..; I'liibllc.      Tlu* designh ilhiHlrnl-  i'i| In our new Fimhion Book aro or!g-  i*v:it.'il In Hi ��������� hemi'l r.l' | ho Ktylo <.onlro,i.  nnd will h-dp yon <u rc'iiidiv Ihat niiK'h  dfj-ir.-it nit' >>',' indiv idtuilliy,       i'rieo of  ilu: luiok  lo et'tilH i In* t opy.  Canada's Electric  Pov-"er Development  j ���������;���������_  Holds Second Position Among Nations  ���������OF the World in Amount of  Energy Developed  Canada now leads;-the..world in th'e  generation of electric power per capita  according lo lhe latest .statistics available,  having a per  capita generation  of S7S lew. hour;..      Switzerland comes  next, with 505 and United States third  with   '1S4.       The   total  I'uslall-Hlon.  of  electric:-power in Canada is ,S,099,102,-  JO0O kw. li'bura, which places Canada in  second position among Hie natlorxs of  | the  world, In  regard    to    power    de-  | veloped. -  Southern 'Ireland to De'ctarey British/  i.Z, .;Cpin*ayAro;:Npt^ega. ,  Latest .gesture. of- aliensitidiv from  Union feck by the so-called "Free!"  State, is the substitution of Irish coinage for existing British ...tokens. In  future all >ialf-crowns, florins, .shillings, six and three-penny pieces, pennies, halfpennies and farthings,7..will  bear a Free .State^ design and be given  new names;, by the ������������������.Daily 7- Coins now-  in. use, bearing the lidad of the Kins,  are being called in,, and the '"executive  council bf the Daily is to prescribe.a  date after which all Britisii coins shall  cease to be legal tender."  It is cl.aiw.ed that one effect of the  change will be that the Free. States exchequer will benefit to the extent otf.  at. least $2,500,000 a year, Hitherto  .this amount has gone to the Britisii  exchequer, but the issue of a.-separate  coinage will secure the money foi*..-tlie  coffers of the Free State Government,  whicli talks of contracting with the  United States mint for the provision of  the now issue.  The Irish Times expresses regret at  the propbsed 'change. "Nothing," it  remarks)' "will convince* the people of  Northern Ireland that si separate carnage is not meant to provide a stepping-  stone iiot only to au Independent currency, hut also to an independent republic. '  hac  How   To   Order   PatleriiiS  Addr.--F.il- -Winnlpei* Newspaper Union,  17!> McDorrnnit  Aiv.. VVlnnlpoj;  4*  \ ii. I , ,,...      ((, 11      ......      h ' '' "       -*���������'..       ,,,  ,. i  .,. ������ i i j a   ,. * u ....... _ ...... i..'.,. . .. .... ^, .  Irnuhle.     f pfr>t: ;*lnn.-ar fm** the. remainder  oi  the  lime and   J  h;.d  a vrry sirnnK,. , ,   healthy h.'ihy.    Ju ;������������l'Ht'<--ii to kurf-piuK * i  woman   Iieahhy aurf strnnjf it  rcli*rve.f ' ., # , ���������   li/T.of   a   certain   inml'il   strain,   irom ���������  H'hkFi     narest     worne*_������    suffer     dnritiKl , Nam������  x. .4......  aiMjllifrJiood."���������A-rrn. Jn^pli Cnrto, \A7 \  F'.-iy St.,   North  .   fl'jc.tnre ahove.) i4 0Wi������   Write   Dr.    IMerce,    Prcs.   Invalids" I p.Mln(1.  17j,Ic1, V.r.fiuln,   N.  V���������  fr������r   free advice. \  ... n//aV������C*     , ;'  _���������..     . .   .       , ,...,.  ...     ,, ,,���������,.. .. ���������, .���������f. .,..   1  ifivuii    dw   Vint.   -IJI     ni.li4H^.T    iniall"   uttu  "~"' w_   N     ,,     ,,..,,��������� i ettrcfully>  |^0I������  S^J������B*v������S  W������l"������  "All Broken Up"  She Could Hot Sleep  "Rfrs. David Clallouglioir, 37'".X-ynd-  Kuri-t Ave., Hnmllton, Ont., writcn;  ���������"My nervos wore all broken up  and I could not sleep at? night, and I  would hnvo to Rot; lip out. Of'bftd and  walk the floor lor hours at a time, "  After Using a Box of  Change In Direction -  Of Japanesfe;;.Curi*-*-nt  Earthquake Three Vears Ago Believed  ..To   Be   Responsible  The Japanese* Current, which .is believed to have somewhat Changed Its  course, since an earthquake in Japan in  1923, is forcing fish in Alaska to find  new havens, declared a herring fleet  operator of Douglas, Ala-ska'. "It la  generally Jielieved among Alaskan-j  that the earthquake caused a change  in the direction ofMhe Japanese current. This winter, for the first time  since 1902, there has not been any  snow. Days'are suKny, with the temperature ranging around *i"> and "30 degrees." ,  >|w>������i������.u������w������.|.���������ki<���������m���������������HI ��������� in  Leaves ^ Fortune To Charity  S Sfijiaii To Fee! tVlucli KeWerr,  nnel nftor lining a few more box<n*i  I eoulil fltijny my mxt nn woll n������ ������ver  I  could,"'  IT. tc N, Pill.1 limvw T)o<*n en tlio  murk At for t.1i������ pnmt 32 years; your  Mfliucfct tlriiRB[i������t rcIIm litem; p������t up.  only by The T. Milburn Co., Limlled,  Toronto. Oat  London, Ont., Woman Creates Fund  For Destitute and Afflicted  Destitute and',ufilleted persons, the,  world over benefit hy tlie will oC the  late Mary Su-eel, who died In London,  Ont;; August, 16, 3012, leaving on estate  valued al, $7G,000 mainly to charity.  The wlll-.jji-^������*lo of tho most peculiar  over filed for probate there und  though it waa probated soon afier I lie  maker'!, deffth, tlie terms have Just  heen disclosed.'  ���������Ut 1Uo "will the toslaloa* diroeia that  a life interest be givoif her. son, Stanley  SI root, and her two brother.-. The.  roHlduo is (o be made n fund to J?>c  known jih ihe Stanley SI root; fund for  tho benefit of destitute and afllk'ted  poi'woiiH. Another claufto direcl-?'that  100 years after the death of 1he teBtn-  lor, the eatato wiTTi'till its accr'uod Interest Ih to bo divided equally Into nix  parti), ouch part to ro <n ������ ohnrltrtble  in������tlfut(on.  7  Hfreani Ih  I!2  mIIen  uf Flurhla  lhe  wide.  Colds Are Not  Necessary Evils ]  I Observance of "One Fundamental Rule of Health Protects Against Them  Whether one catches cold easily is  "largely"a question of phyHical bondi-  tion. If the general vitality hi low,  rcsiatancd to diBcnse is wjjalc nnd at  such a time n cold is easy to contract  and tliflicult to check.  Constipation is frequently the cause  of ftuch a state of.1 health, with itev attendant listlcBsncss, biliouBitcss, headaches  , and a general lack of vitality.  Poison&  from the waste matter thivt rcmaina  behind afttr improper, irregular bowel  eliniination are picked up by the blood  ' and carried to every part of tho bod*/.  Thev weaken your reai&tanc*. tocl isea se.  * Thousands oi people who have puf-  fered from _������e3j--poitiou"in.g Jn this "i.'ay  have found that  Nujol, the internal-  lubricant makes bowel elimination -sure  and cutty. ''   -  JUitjol softens the "wa������te matter and  permit*- thorough nntl regular elimination without overtaxing the intwriinal  muscles. Nujol can. be talcen for .any  length of time with no ul effecta.  Il you take cold easily,, ask your  driiRgist torNttjol to-day���������and rpmein*-  ber, look lor the name "'Nujol" m i������-'U.  on ��������� both bottle and j-atltaE"-.  m  ������������������-:n  ������������������"���������I  X.  '"I  III 2*^'  >*^  ' THE   KKYXEW^   GRESTOlsr,   B.   a  /  /  Some  Freak Inventions  Patent  That delicious  flavor of fresh  mint gives a new,  thrill to every bite.  Wrigtleys is good  Queer   Things    Received   At  Offices in Washington  Among the useful contrivances that  have received^patents at the "United  States patent office at Washington are  many freak inventions. One is a hat  that insures it being lifted *- when a  man greets a woman. In the words  of the inventor, this remarkable  headpiece "automatically effects polite salutations by the elevation'and  - ,������ptalion of the hat on the head of the  saluting party when said person hdws  to the person or persons saluted." "  Another curious patent covers what  is called "a useful __hat." ��������� This "hat  has two supports one, resting on" each  shoulder of the wearer, which holds  -the hat above the head. The inventor  contends that this unique chapeau'  "will permit the free circulation of" air  entirely* around and over the h,ead of  the wearer, ' preventing . headaches  from the weight of the hat, and allowing free movement of the head independently of the hat."  Cuticura Talcum  Is a delicately medicated, antiseptic, deodorising powder ideal for  both children and adults. It is  cooling arid refreshing and imparts  a pleasing fragrance���������leaving the  skin s-weetTand wholesome.  JBuapla Saab Froo fcrHftS." AdSresB Ceaadsaa  Depot: "Sftssfcs-sss, s*A������ USsstawwV Pries. Soap  28c Ointment 25 and BOc. Talooaa &a.  S8S*""" Cxrticufra Shaving Stick 25c.  them, but waited; and as, he waited  something in the sobbing voice and  the stillness of the forest "seemed to  whisper to him a bhyot the story of  the burned cabin and'the two graves,  and* the meaning of the Call that had  come to Baree from out of the south.  EE.SONOFRA  'A - Im/  James Oliver Cu?w������dl  A LWB SPEC OF THE FAfc  Copyright, 1917, by Doubleday,   Pago  &   Co.  "EAREEr, SON OP KAZAN," Jft Vitagrapb Picture, With Wolf, the War Dog������  ls an Adaptation of This Story  -   CHAPTER XXIX.���������Continued.  In April, Carve! shouldered his  furs up to the Hudson's Bay Company's,post at L.ac la Biche, which was  .still farther north. Baree accompanied him halfway, and then���������at sundown'Carvel returned to the cabin and  found him there. 'He was so" overjoyed that he caught the dog's head fn  his "arms and hugged it. They Uvea  in ������}ie cabin until May. The buas  were ' Swelling then, and the smell or  growing things had begun to rise up  out of the "earth.  Then Carvel found the first of the  early Blue Flowers.  That-night he paclced mi*. <���������  "It's time to travel," he, announced  to Baree. "And I've sort of changed  my mind.     We're going back���������there."  And he pointed south. ;  CHAPTER-^CXX.  a  Af strange humor7possessed Caryel  as. lie began the- southward journey.  He did not believe in "omens* good or  .Jiad., Superstition had. played a small  part in his life, but he possessed both  euripsity and a love for adventure, and  his-.years of lonely wandering had developed in him a wonderfully* clear  meiital vision of things, which in other  tiv<^ imagination. He knew that some  irresistible force was drawing Baree  words .n^lght: be. caUe& singularly ac-  back int^'they'sbutli-r-th^t it'was.-nulling, him not only along a given line of  ; the compass, but to an exact "point In  that line- For no reason in particular the situation began to interest him  more "and more, and as his lime .was  PAINS ALL  _-_WIBB*L-lll_������l|-Wl|  OVER BODY  T*w*o More^Cases of Feminine Illness Relieved by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound  --Barrington, N. S.���������"I had terrible  feelings, headaches, back and side  aches and .pains all over my body.^ I  would have to go to bed every month  and nothing would do me good. 'My  husband and my father did tny work  for me as I have two children and  we have quite a big nl ace. I rend in  tho paper about Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound, and then got a  little book about it through the mail,  ahd my husband sent to Eaton's and  got mo a bottl*"?, ahd then we pot,  move from the '** tore. I am feeling:  lino now and do all my work and am  *iblo to ro out around more. I tell my  friends it isLydia.p. Pinkham's Veg- -  etable Compound that makea me feel  ho well. "-���������Mra. Victok RlCHAttDSON,  ���������Barrmgton, Nova Scotia.  Dull Pains in Back  St.. Thomas, Ont. ��������� "I took four#  "bo 111 en of Lyrlin F��������� Pinl-htiTn'-- Vopo.--  tmblo Compound and found great rc-  ��������� lief from tho dull, heavy pnma in the  Hmnll of my back and -the weakness  from which I Buffered'for five years  1 after my boy wan born. After taking-  tins Vegetable Compound and using;  Lydia 1*1. Pinkhitm'a Sanative Wash T  am f-.aling bettor than I have for tho  nasi wevuii yearn, and advise my  frioiuln to take U."��������� Wfi-B.F. Johnson,  41? 1.1 owe Str-..'t-, St. T!'o*ri'*.'\ One, r.  mmmmmmmmm  W.     N".  'I Gift  valueless, and he had no fixed destination" in view, he began to experiment-  For the first two days he marked the  dog's course by compass. It was due  southeast. On the third morning Carvel purposely struck a course straight  west. He noted quickly the change  -in Baree���������his restlessness at first, and  after that the dejected manner In  which he followed at-his -heels. Toward noon -Carvel swung sharply to  the south and east again, and almost  immediately Baree regained his old  eagerness, and-ran ahead of his master, y  A week later Baree answered Carvel's question by swinging-westwara  to give wide berth to Post Lac Bain.  It was mid-afternoon when they crossed the trail along which Bush McTaggart's traps and deadfalls had been set..  Baree did not even pause. ' H.e headed dueTsouth, travelling so fast-that at  times he was lost to Carvel's sight. A  suppressed hut intense excitement possessed him, and "fee whined ^whenever  Carvel stopped to rest���������always witn  his nose sniffing the wind out -of the"  south. Springtime, the flowers," ear tn  turning green, the singing 'of birds, and  the sweet breaths in" the air, were  bringing him back to that great Yesterday when he had belonged to. Nepeese. In his unreasoning mind thero  existed no longer a winter.- The long  months of cold and hunger were gone;;  in the he!w visionings; that filled ht3  J>rain 'they were forgotten, y The biras  and flowers and the -blue skies-haa  come back, and -with them the Willow  must surely have: returned, and she  was waiting for him now,,; just over  there beyond that rim of green forest.  Something greater than mere curiosity began to take possession of Caf-  vel. A whimsical humor "���������became" a  fixed and deeper thought, an unreasoning anticipation that was accompanied  by a" cejcfeertn thrill of subdued excitement. By tho time they reached, the  old beaver-pond the mystery o*t th*e  strange adventure had a firm hold on  him. From Beaver-lopth's colony  Baree led him to tlie creek along which  Wakayoo, the black bear, had. fished,  and thence straight to iliev Gray Loon.  It was early afternoon of a wonder'  ful day.' It was s6 still that tho rippling waters of spring, singing' In ti  thousand rills and streamlets, filled  the forests with a droning music. In  the warm i?un tho crimson bnknoosh  glowed like . blood. Ih the open  spneos the air was scented with thd  perfume of Blue Flow-era. Iu Uio  trees and bushes mated birds wore  building-their heats. After tho long  sleep, of winter Nature was at work  In all hor glory. , It was Unekepojilm,  tlio Mating Moon, tho Heme Building  Moon���������and Baroo was going homo.  Not to joaatohootl���������-but to Nopooae.' Kc  knew that alio waa there now, porkuip-i  at the very edge of the chasm whore  he had' seeh hor last. \ They would  bo playing together again soon, as they  had played yesterday, and the day bo-  fore, and tho day before that, and in  hla joy ho barked up Into Carvel's facoj  and urifred him to greater speed. Thon  th������-y r>i-mr������ ������o Hic e.ini-'rluf-. nnd oner,  more Ilarec .ntood lilto a rock. Clival vi'l tMivs  the charred rulnti of fin. burn  ed cabin, and a moment later the two  graves under the tall spruce.     He began to -Understand as his eyes returned slowly to "the waiting, listening dog.  A great  swelling" rose  in  his  throajc,  and  after a  moment^f* two he  said  softly, and with an effort:  "Boy, I guess you're-home."  Baree did not hear.      With his head  up and his nose tilted to the blue sky  he was sniffing the air.     What was it-  Ihat came to him with the perfumes  of the forests and the green meadow?  Why was it that he trembled now as  he stood there ?      What was there in  the air?      Carvel asked himself, and  his questing eyes tried to answer the  ^questions.        Nothing.        -Th.ere    was  death here���������death and desertion, that  was all.   "And then, hll'at once, there  .came  from  Baree a  strange  cry���������ax-  most a human cry���������and he was gone  like the wind.  - Carvel had thrown off his pack.   He  dropped  his rifle  beside  it now,  and  followed    Baree.      He    ran    swiftly,  straight    across    the " open, into the  dwarf balsams and into a grass-grown  path that had once been worn by the  travel of feet.      He ran until he was  panting for breath, and' then stopped  and listened.    " He could hear nothing  of Baree.     But that old worn trail led  on-under the forest- trees, and he followed it. ���������������  - "Close, to the deep, dark pool in-which  he' and'. the Willow had, disported so  oft-ap, Baree, too, had stopped. He  could, hear the "rippling of water, and  his eyes shone with a gleaming fir-e  as he quested for Nepeese. He ex-  pected-to see her there, her slim, white  body shimmering in ? some* dark  shladow ol. overhanging7spruce, or  gleaming suddenly-White as. snow^-in  one of the warm plashes of sunlight.  His eyes sought out_iheir old hiding  places; the great split.rock on the  other side, the shelving banks under  whictythey used to dive like otter, the  spruce boughs that dipped down to the  surface,,and-in'the midst of which the  Willow loved to screen her naked body  while he ���������searched the fcdolf'oir her.  And at last the realization was borne  upon him that she was not^, there, that  he had still farther to go.  He went on to the tepee. The little open space in which they lisid built  their hidden wigwam was flooded "wLth  sunshine that came through a break  in the forest to the west.; Theytepeo  was still thare. It did no 1. seeni very  much changed to Baree. Arid'tlsing  fi*6m the ground in front of the tepee  was what had come to hlrii faintly on  the still air���������-tho smoke of a small fire.  Over that fire waa bending n person,  and it did not striK"e Bareo as amazing, or at all unexpected, .that this  person should have two great shining  braids down hoi- back. ; lie' whined,  nnd at his whine. thjvPorsbn gr.ew a  little rigid, and turned slowly.  Even thou it seomod quite the most  natural thing In the world that it  flhould be Nepeefle, and none othei*.  He had lost her yesterday. Today he  had found hor.. And In^nswoi* to his  whine thoro pamo a, aobblnK ory  straight outi of tlie sbtil of the Willow."  Carvel found" them thoro a few minutes lateri Uio dog's head hugged close  up against Uio Wllllow'a breast, and  .the Willow wiiti. crying���������t-i-yhit. ."Uktf .t  little child, her face hidden from him  on Earoo'a neck.     Ha did not Interrupt  CHAPTER XXXI.  That night there ^was a njsw camp-  fire in the operi.'. ' It' was" not a, small  fire, built with tlj-e^fear that other'eyes  might see ity.but a fire thatJ sent its  flames high. y-in' the glow of it stood  Carvel. " And as" the fife had changed from-that small'smouldering heap  over which the Willow-had cooked her  dinner, so Carvel,* the officially j dead  outlaw, had changed. The. beard was  gone from his face;-he ha.d7th.rown  off "liis caribou-skin coat;-his_sleeves  were rolled up tb the. "elbows, "and  there was a wild flush in his face that  was not altogetKer tho tanning of wind  and sun and storm, and a glow in. his  eyes that had not been there for five  years, perhaps never before. His  eyes were on Nepeese.  "To-morrow or the' next day I am  going to Lac Bain," be* said, a hard  and bitter note x back, of the gentle  worship in his voice. ' "I will net  come back until I, have���������^killed him."  The Willow looked straight into the  fire.   - For a time there was a silence  broken  only by,' the crackling of the  flames,  and  in  that  silence  Carvel's  fingers weaved in and out of the silken strands of the Willow's hair.      Kls  thoughts.- flashed    back.        What    a  chance   he  had  missed. that  day   on  Bush McTaggart's trap-line���������if he-haa  only known!       His-jaws set hard aa  he saw in the red-hot heart of the fire  the mental pictures of*-the day when  the Factor from. Lac Bain had killed  Pierrot.     She had told him the whole  story.      Her  flight.      Her  plunge  tp  what    she    had ^.thought was certain  death in the icy torrent of the chasm.  Her miraculous escape from the waters  ���������and how she had discovered, nearly  dead, by Tuljoa, the toothless old Cree  whom Pierrot out of pity had allowed  to hunt in, part of his domain.  He felt within himself, the tragedy  and the horror of the one terrible hour  in which the sun had gone out of the  world for the Willow, and in the  flames he could see-faithful old Tuboa  as he* called on his  last strength to  W!Aa  \  Trea-tColds Extern-ally  Wmm. M I���������^n^M mm   mm ^  For sore throat, bronchitis or deep  chest colds, rub Vicks VapoRub briskly  over throat and chest and cover with  warm flannel.  Vicks acts ip. two ways���������both direct:  adsorbed like a liniment and inhaled a9  a vapor. A quick relief for the cold  troubles of all the familyy**  VAPO R.W������  - Over 21 MtiuoN Jars Used Yzarly  Little Helps For This Week  ..Whose trusteth in the Lord, happy  is he.���������Prov._  xvi., 20.  All  as  God  wjlls,  who wisely heeds  To give or to withhold,  And knovreth more of ail my needs,  Than all .my prayers have told.  ^ *-^-John Green leaf Whittler.  We-are in God's hands, Brother.���������  Shakespeare.  It's good to live only a moment at a  time; . ".' . it isn't_ for you and me  to lay plans; we've nothing to do but  to obey and trust.���������George Eliot.  SOOTHING.  Every pain yield quickly  to the soothing influence  of Minard's.  bear. Nepeese over the long miles that  lay between-the ,chasm, and his- cabin;  he caugjit shifting visions of the weeks  that followed in that cabin, weeks of  hunger and of intense cold in whieh  the "Willow's life hung by a single  thread. And at last, when the snows  were deepest, Tuboa had died. . Carvel's" fingers clenched in the strands  of the Willow's braidsr A deep breath  rose out of his che^t, and he sai,d,  staring deep'into the fire:  "To-morrow    I    will    go    to    Lac  Bain." ��������� ,   -^.-r.-.  (To be continued)   ;, .  ^rK\  Fortunes are-made from cJanpla idaaak Sead-  for list ol invention* w������ate*__. our "Patent Pro*  cectto__*������ booklet and magiigHieThe Thsaker"  SHIPMAN & CO.-TKE OU> Rblmbls firm  ���������tsaiJETMca, Kit-rcNT A-rvoimsTa.      .ottaw*. -can.  Internally and Externally it is Good.  ���������The crowning property ��������� of Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric OU is that It can  be used internally for many complaints  "as well as externally. For sore throat,  croup, whooping cough, pains in the*  chest, colic and many kindred ailments it has qualities that are unsurpassed. A bottle of it costs litttle and  there is rio loss In always having it at  hand.  Yes? ft Really  Does St&&  - sT������"l������I������7. ;."���������.������������������  "& *���������%.:  A mushroom measuring more than, a  yard in circumference, and still growing, is Baid to be in the possession of a  woman living at Maronne, near Rouen,  France. *  JGRAYS^YRIJE!  ������������������������������������"������������������'.���������  ���������������������������;���������'.,��������������������������� y ���������������������������...���������.' . ������������������,' Or  A:   ..,,'..,���������. ..';.'������������������,.;.  X ��������� 7 >." .':  8"i"*R*E*D"**'S*lF''R,''U f-"-"P-"������,ff-'l'l-N4'"'"^,"i"'-  :.^o,,l.4'4,l.llO^ATHOHlSAlOjllNv,4:>^iki  Minard's Liniment for core throat  ; "'Although I was late." said the  new boarder, "I found the landlady  had saved for mo the tendeiycst part  6C the chicken." "Whjut waa that?"  said tho old boarder jealously. "Some  of the gravy."  ARE CURABLE. If you suffer from I.������K  Sore.*- or varicose XJleera, T will s-?wcl you  AOSOLUTEUY FREE a copy of my ruinous book that tells how to ho rlir-w*" Iheao  troubles for all limo by usi-ifi. uiy re--  niarKablo palnlosa treauinem. Tt Is different from any thin*; you ever heard of,  nntl th** r������snlt of ovvi- 35 3*i*nrs j"|������i>ola������lix-  Inar. Slniplv Hencl your nuiw- j������i-"Cn<l������ir������>ss  to Dr. H. J. WHirHER, Suit.* *!9.- <21.  Kast tlth Sivei-t, Knnsa-j Oity. Mo.  BAKERS' OVENS���������Wrtto v for  logue   ������nd   list   of   usett~ i  A' Power of Its Own.���������Dr. Thomas'i West, Toronto  Eclectric Oil has a subtle power of Ita  own.      All'"Who, have  u&ed  It know  tlifs and keep it by them as the most  valuable liniment available. Itn uses  are innumerable, and for many years  ���������It has been "prized as the loading liniment for man and beast.  catalogue   f>nd   list   of   use"tr dyens.  Hubbard Oven Company, 1100 Queen  *s  Registered visitors of the Abraham  Lincoln monument in Sprlngflold, Ul.,  during 1925 totalled 126,710 persons.  ?H* NEW 1-BUtNOH RKMUDV. No.1  I. THERAPIONI1 ^  M������. 1 to* l_its4<t������rtSak������JMrrM. k.o. it itue balovd J*  ���������hlBDiMMM. H������.������t0rCUronlt.1B-T-iaBlin*jiB������_i  ���������laid br lasting C>������-CMl������l������, or ai������tm������ ip_.1i trora  t)*XKCLSI,C*J������a.C������.IU������������r������tci:VRal.NW.S t-on^on  f/Uf/v  ^I^l^^ ^^^    ^_0-* ^^HlMII   ' mm^*m\  IttRITATEU   IIV _  ^���������������������rv������y-r������v������% v-������-*r<-*-|-' ,0   #^W1lVT|f%-R"jrt������C'  n|COHMKNWI*I������ OSOLP BV nHUOOlSTS t OPTICIANS  WT* **-*)���������������"��������� t*  ������V������- *:������������������������"" l**0*"  ������*UM|M������Ca.<U"CMKIJ'l*J-  ���������. 1���������  Nearly all children aro subjoct io  worm*!, and man? are born with them.  Spare them Ry.fltorIng by using Mother  Graves' Worm Exterminator, an excellent remedy.  "I want some paper," said a small  boy to the nhopkeoper. "What kind  of paper?"   "Better make it fly paper;  Trr* *������niT-i-*' In mn"**" ������ 1<II<������"      -  Minard's  Liniti-ent  for dxndrutt ,  f^^fBtmmmmmmmmM  g^^^'X"^H*^^'^^  ^K^'S;?^^f;^"t"^  IW-IHI|Haii|H������nwwi_wiiil������i  !&y*w**!^f>^':>^V,������^^imfi!il>,ift$r \HE   CBBSTCIV   RMVBgW  ^rand  Theatre  \  FoB-'SAiaS---Ay rehire cow, 5 ytearfc  old, will freshen soon. Part. Jersey  cow, freshened. Wagon, 935.' Plough,  {J520. Spraymotor barrel spray pump,  cost $40; going; at $25. G. Davie.  Canyon.  Bev. W, Simpson. B.A-, Dominion  Field Sfecretary of the General JBoaTd  of Religious Fdncation of the Anglic**n  Church, will take tbe. 11 a, m. service  at Christ Church, Creston. on Sunday,  May 9th.  If an abundance of bloosik is any  indication of the crop that will be  harvested -during tbe season, the  Valley appears to be likely to harvest  bumper yields in ptobt every line of  tree fruit.  $$&w CHEVROLET Prteem  *\ '���������       - \   - *  ���������^    ^ As a result of the xeduotlonB in the Tariff tlie prices on Chevroleto  ba>ve been teauo*J*& to t-heflowing: ���������**   >  Roadster and Touring���������$ 87S  Coupe arid Coach 1062  Sedan 1182  Landau -_. ~~$I242  Commercial Chassis.���������   668  Utility Express, l-ton~   928  Local and Personal  7*7. '"."     ' ".'''.  ,- Seed  Pota-toes  Fob  Sale--$2.50  per 100 lbi*.    C. O. Kodgers,   Creston.  Buy a Kid Fob the Kids���������and. in  two years they will.have.a milk goat  worth $30. Well bred doe kids $6  each while they last. P. G. Ebbutt.  Creaton. s  Fob Sai.:e���������-Gold Coin potatoes, for  seed or eating.. Boffey Bros., Creston.  Room and board for one or two  persons.    Mrs. Fransen, Barton   Ave.  -���������Bob" Hetheiington left on Monday  on a holiday .'visit'-..with friends in  Spokane-  T^matobs PLANTf3-^Tbe .best'in'the.  world at right prices.    T. M. Edmonds  sop, Creston.  At the congregational k meeting in  the Parish Hall aftei evening service  on Sunday, T. "Lea man was elected  people's warden to succeed P. H.  Watson, who tias~ resigned due" * to  leaving town.  Percy Watson left on Sunday for  Salmo, where he has taken a position  as mine carpenter, and expects to be  away from Creston for several months,  although Mr**. Watson will be remaining for the present.  A. & R.-.-A. Comfort have -just  installed a milking machine -in 'the  Creston dairy, which shortens the  hours of labor at milking the heed of  twefity cows required to supply the  needs of tbe dairy's patron".  Now Chat the former B C.M.P.  barracks is "being shifted to a location  at the other end of tbe toiVn it is  likely the machine gun war souvenir  will find a new home in front of the  village hall on Barton Avenue*.  Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Gardiner arid  young daughter, who have been visit  ing with.Mrs..Cannady at Moyie lhe  past week, left at the first of the week  on^ ������n extended holiday with the  former's parent*- in Essex, England.  In Second Hand Cars we have one Superior Model Chevrolet in flrsf  class shape.    Also one 1925 Ford Touring.    We can give* you terms  on used as well as new cars. - *"*������  We expect a shipment of SiAHVELUBE, the wonder Motor OU about  the first of the month. Give your ci-r a new lease,������? Iife.by using  this new process motor oil. ' -*_e*"---  Get omvprices on SpruyingOutfits.    Goodyear Tires and Tubes.  PREMIER   GARAGE  '������������������     PALMER   ������.    MAXWELL.  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BY_.GASOf_.INf  /���������J  x'  ICE CREAM  eOlJES      "   ..SODAS;        SUNI1A&  - ICE COLD SERVICE  Anglican Church Services  SUNDAY, BflAY 2  CRESTON SIRDAR  7.30 p.m.  Sand 10.30 a.m.  Loyal Orange Lodge,No. 2095  Meets T*������IRD THURSDAY of  each   month    at    Mercantile  Hall.   Visiting brethren cordi-  '   ally invited.  W. H. CBAWFORD.W.M  Ugh* antf Hemvy  '���������mm- ��������� -f ��������� -  ���������������������������;  New Stock of  |H ariiess  Second Hand Store in  connection  j/fBk SmmWmW _flFjV94ft mmWmm\)mmtOi _SWM U  ^pgjj^a  ttUtt mmmTmm9ffflml   ^j_^ ^^^M^mmAW^mmmiW'JmWwmWmW  X  Shoe and Harness Repairing  Siore Hours  Fob Sai^B���������Go cart, $4.50; rug, 9x9  feet, *f}3* open coal heater, $1.50. Mrs.  W... B. Mai tin, station.  F Fob .Rent���������7-rooiii house, recently  oct-a-pled by M. Churchill, $8 a month.  Apply H. Stewart, Alice Siding.  Mrs. M. J. Beninger  and two chil  dress spent a few  days at the first of  the week 'with Cranbrook friends.  The Presbyterian Indies' TAid have  their May meeting at the home of Mrs.  R. Walters at 3 p.m., Friday, 7th.  During his stay here this week  Bishop Doull was a guest of Rev. and  Mrs. Newby at Christ Church rectory.  Christ Church -Ladies' Guild have  their May meeting at the home of  Mrs. Charles Moore on Tuesday, 4th,  at 3 p.m.  Miss Irene Huscroft has accepted  the poaiLion of ledger keeper at the  Imperial Bank, and commenced work  on Monday.  Do you want a real duck dog? Get  a pedigreed Chespeake. premier retrievers of the woild. Jimmy Lock-  head ������ feiry.  I    Father   Conant    will    be   here   on  Sunday nnd there  will   be   the   usual  { service at Holy Cross Church at. 10.80  a.m.. May 2nd. -- '  Place your orders now for Tomatoes,  Cabbage, Cauliflower and other plants,  including flowers, with Cook's Greenhouse, Creaton,  A cafeteria tea will be held at the  Presbyterian manse on Saturday, May  1st, 3 to 5.80 p.m.-. under the auspices  of the Ladies' Aid.  Miss Blanche Hendren left oh Monday   for   Cranbrooli,   where   she   has  on   the    telephone  At a meeting of the director* of the]  fall fair on Tuesday night D. T-7  Serirageour was chosen president, and  Sam MStMV vice-president. xfor tht"  present year.'and a committee named  to-secut*- a secretary for the 1928  exhibition. *  ������������������Safety- "First,"' a button bursting  comedy is to i>e presentfd at the Grand  on Wednesday night, May'Bth, by the  young pe(.ple*sydrai������iatic club of Trin--  iiiy^United GhnrCh. The admission is  75 cents fn** y reserVed seats. General'  admission is 50 cents.  *Wm. Ramsay, Nelson, district public w������rke������ engineer.;' was here on an  official visit at the lend of the week.  Work is progressing well on the  Arrow Creek 'diversion, and as soon ss  it is completed considerable attention  will be paid to' setttlers roads in the  district.  Members and adherents of the  Anglican Church ������re leminded of the  initial meeting of the Anglican Young  People's Association in the Parish  Hall on Wednesday night next, at 8  o'clock. Adults and young .people  alike will be made welcome Geo. H,  Kelly" has kindly promised to be  present with the Opthnphonic Victor  and help with tbo musical programme.  CREDENZA  Jz '. - $385.00  GRANADA  :.     200.00  CONSOLETTE 1 ���������."  115.00  One Second hand Phonograph, $100.  "Terms on all machines,  CRESTON DRUG  STORE  GEO. H, KELLY  SEASONABLE JSREAKLFAST FOODS  Wheatlete.  . - Craokei Wheat; Boiled Oats.  GARDEN SGUFFLERS AND  STRAWBERRY HARROWS  83BH""35""35358BiH3H"K  It 18 possible   to  save  a few cents on,the-first cost by buying  through a mail order house-���������but they do not stand np  to the work     Why not save the repair bills by buying  MASSEY-HARRIS IMPLEMENTS.  &AS* LUBRICATING OIL. COAJuOIL.  for  SiiiDHM  mOlilil  a  Monday.���������-  Ta^mtd'iniy - -"  Thursday ���������  Friday ~,���������  Saturday. ������������������  4 to 6 p.m.  Ilo*    **  4 to 6   "  5 a.m* to  IO.S0 p>.m.  v. ivi^^^S'jOi^i'  for  taken   a   position  central st.ijf in that town.  G. Davie of Canyon Is the latent  oi chardist to drive a truck, He took  delivery of a one'-ton Ford at the  Bo van garage on Tursday.  With the pot-Bible exception of pears  the front touches of about (die degrees  encountered at the end of tbe week  have done no damage in theno parts.  The Ladies' Conservative Club are  having a whtat and dance tonight in  the Parish Hall, with curds due to  i������t-������rt at 8.1)0 prompt. The admission  i������ 50 cent*.  Creston four-day Chautauqua opens  four weeks from to-night. Lltcr-ifcure  alstfadS" Ut h������nd Indicate*? that the  seven programme* to be presented are  of a vnwy high ordtm  Although tbe full moon whh iimht-ied  kn on Tueiiday night the weatlici* utill  continue** warm und dry, with rain  <rory badly weeded lo otart the", vegetable eropH growing.  - '1  New^.;:'j^^t0ff:- Patterns in  CONSISTING OF  CoiHsistitig of Specially Selected Dress Lengtha  in Fancy Voiles, Floral Crepesr Plain and  Striped  Broadcloth^ ^8Sc.  to  $2.B0 per yard^  Do iaot fail to see these lines.    Big stock of  *". . ��������� ��������� ���������. ��������������������������� ���������'' ���������.'....  English Potter Prints, per yard ��������� ��������� -^ ��������� 35c  English Gingham, 32 inches wide--' ��������� ������������������ 3Sc  English Gingham, 36 inches wide, yatrd��������� 50c  7 LARGE STOCK OF  !L���������^'ri!>l1������c?,<%'" ^1! ^   KITTED   ONGERIE  \r ests* 'oloomers and jifrincess ^lips  111  flry Goods  HI Wt*!f 1111$  S'     Mm'  Furnltiiro  mM "C^ ffi*iSd mm\ Wmim


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