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 m  -���������   *,���������"*/  *r-J^      *���������<  .1    ?^pvinc^ KbrOT _       *** ������  EVIEW  Vol; XVIIIi  CKESTON; B. C. FI&DAY, JUNE 4, 1926  No. 16  Baseball Season  Opener y Sunday  Although a tittle late in getting  under way. Creston has in prospect  ont of the best baseball seasons in  recent years, judging by the information given out at,the re-organization  meeting at wbich all the old officers  were re-elected with the exception of  manager and  secretary,~ wbich * posi"  m-i���������^��������� mill  V������~ ������:11n_-_   U������������  U      U       I..-rrr>__>    un/l  vzvruo   wv 4mm   w AQJacc,  auaja   um. ,/w.  wjr-w%*    .������.-*.*  Ted Staples, -  "      -  The official opening of the season is  -set for Sunday, June 6th, at 2.30 p.ui.^  when the crack Bonners Perry, ..Idaho,  nine will' be Here; and a close contest'  is" looked for. '     -  Creston has had" a couple of preliminary workouts the'past two Sundays  winning against Kitchener and dropping a li to l&ciash vrjth Yahk at Yahk  ^Ort Sunday last. *        ^ , _ - .  In- these contests the fans have had  a chance to sise ap ths .local talent  and it certainly looks good, particularly the inner defenses In addition  to excellent -work in the'field the boys  are air-hitting well.  New uniforms have been ordered  and these will be here for Sunday's  opener, at which . it is hoped- there  will be a big turnout to encourage the  locals. Yahk will be here on the 13th  for the return game.  ster residence next Wednescay afternoon, . and we may expect &nrany  visitors to Alice Siding on that  occasion.  Word has just been received" from  Mr. and Mrs. M. Churchill that they  are now comfortably located close to  Central Park, Burnaby district. They  have a two or three acre place with  just enough fruit aud garden, truck,  along with the cow and hens, to keep  .them busy. All are rn joy ing the best  of health.  Price Lister Lands ~  Gut SO Per Cent*  and Canyon bridge and with consider-"  able of it under Skinner system irrigation satisfactory yields .are looked  for.  There were sounds of revelry by  night at the Pease ranch on Saturday  when all the old friends and new ones,  making up a company _of about 40,  -landed in about S p.m. to ^tve them an  official and royal .welcome back to  AKcs Siding. Although -caught ofi?  gUAid Mr. and Mrs. Pease were equal  to the occasion and a very fine time  was s-pent up till midnight with music,  dancing, game"**., and oldtime stories���������  and a lunch to which alt did ample  justice. Mow that tbe ex-may or is  getting adjusted to the higher alti-  fcube he is beginning to look his - old-  time self, whilst Mrs. Pease certainly  looks as if the life at the coast-had  agreed with her. They eave another  daughter-in-law now; Roy having.  heen married at South Vancouver on  May 19th.  j������#Jg9@  &8rf0g*BB  The train  commenced   making- ihe  stop at the Reed & Mather  ranch "on  Monday,   when the firm had 28 crates  of   strawberries   for- shipment   eatt.  - Tom  Andeison  has been secured as  ���������    44  ranch .foreman this year.  E. W. Payne has-returned to Kellogg, Idaho, after a few weeks visit  with the family here.     ^    1\.. \5 _ "?*  The cutworms, have  been unusually  ^destructive, particularly on-'land' adjacent to the fiats, where consieerable  vegetable replanting is under way.  The stcawberry crop appears to be  unusually light in this'district, and-it  is-doubtful if the train stop will be  made a*t the Smith crossing until raspberry time.  Mr. B. Willis of Creston was, here  on Sunday afternoon and gave a -very  instructive talk to the scholars of the  Community . Sunday. School. .The  school is closing down for a rettr-jweeks,  commencing June 6th~--until th"*j5e*u__"y  season is over, at least.  Creston Presbyterian Ladies1 Aid  are having a lawn, social at  the Web-  IJ&teg*  Miss Phyllis Thompson of -Nelson,  who has been here on a visit with her  brother, P. N. Thompson, left for  home on Wednesday last.  -Mrs. R. Stephens and son. Frnest,  were Nelson visitors a few days last  week, getting back'on Sunday.  Mr. Randell, a Nelson piano tuner,  made Lister a professional visit this  week, and bad two or three instru-  3aie?i^*^*ici-������e.aittentibn-to.'7   -*-������-���������,-..    ..  Alf. Latoille was. a- bus! ness visitor"  at^Kimberiey a few days last week. -  Mrs. Yerbury, _with the baby and  son, Billy, got.away on Monday on ah  extended visit with old friendsin the  south part of Wales. She will be gone  at least three months.  Just as we go to press this (Thurs  day) afternoon a,~- telegram reach  ed the soldier settlers at Lister  from Col. ITred .Lister, M.P.P.r who  was"in Victoria on Webnesday at a  conference witbJ?*remier Oliver and  the Land-Settlepaenfc Board in con  nection with the revaluation of the  farms at Xiieter". . JThe-wire reads:  . " ^Victoria, June 2. .  . All interest Remitted. 50 per  cent. cut. 15-year agreement..  10 per cent, jmymant down, ify  not already made. All previous  payments '_jfr*zZ-~f*pp*y on - new  prices.'-. tN'ow a^peements of sale  to date froriT July 1, 1926. ' No  deferred^ interest or principal  Payment. of���������lQ_per cent, down  will not be enforced imme-blately.  Best I can do. LISTER.  Until the^details (if any) are to  hand it may be-well not to discuss  the matter too fully, but on the jf ace  of it, it looks as if the Government  have - conceded tbe soldier farmers  at least all that could be reasonably expected.  With the average price of Lister  farms about $3500 the new deal  means that'these- will be available  at, say; $1890���������for twenty acrea,  witb five acres cleared and planted  to orchard, and;-a five room house  on the places���������and fifteen years to  pay for them, with but 10 per cent,  down. ,^_  ���������5o far as vj-e^ssi leaJpn the Lister  farmers, are -well=pleds*^dl "with"'fKfe  reyaIuation������.and"~one may confidently look for development in that  area that has been rather lacking  up till now.  Mr. snd Mis.   Chester Paulson and  family, Katherine and  Junior, came  up from Spok ane   on  Saturday, com  ing in by train. **"        .  Mrs. Erwin McGonegal and daughters, Vera and Hazel spent tne weekend  in Creston, and took in the Chautauqua on Saturday night.  \ ictor Geroux of Nelson came up on  Saturday on u~ visit with his mother*  Mrs. Z. Geroux.  y A good crowd from Kitchener took  in the dance at Wynndel on Saturday,  a nd repotted having a jolly good time.  Mr. and''Mrs. Walter Walby and  Alex. Mennie motored to Canyon on  a visit with friends.  Miss Fditb Geioii3| left Sunday for  Moyie, where shejs visiting with heir  sister. Mrs. M. St.Denis  Mr. Desanlniess left on Sunday for  his home in Moyie after working here  for the Continental Lumber & Pole  Company, Limited, for a couple of  weeks.  ANNUAL  FLOWER SHOW  The annual Flower Show under the  auspiceB of Creston and District Women's Institute will be held in Trinity  United Church basement on the afternoon of 8ATURDAY, JUNE 12, from  3 to 5.30, p.m. Afternoon Ted ahd  Sale of Home Cooking In connection.  First and Second Pi*i*-es will be*  awarded, also several special prizes.  Tho secretary, Mra. Cherrington,  will be obliged if exhibitors will send  in their entries as soon as possible,  though these will be received up~~to  June 11th. The following: ia thejist  of classes-:  gooes, abloom**,  ir*-   ���������  ������  ���������10,  31.  aa.  3.%  34.  IS-  IO.  18.  'Jt,   Plnkfl. (I blooms.  a   Swoot "William, ������npraya.  ^   ���������, ...     ft  ft .......  7.. Fox Glove. 0 Btn-lkB.  S,   Shnfltfi "Or-lfiy, n hloom*-,  Corn Flowor, vhjbc.  California, r&pjEp; vase.  Snap Dirasron. 9 AtaUcs.  Canterbury BoIIb, (I ntalka  Paiiar, "ooltocfclon.'"  Oailcamla, 0 lilftotna.  Dolphonlom, 0 ptalka.  Potiirtla. oolfootlon.  Oo~umliino,0������_  Capo lir-*"*&ct-  E. Langston of Kimberiey spent a  week here with . his son, Harold, returning to work on Sunday.  John Finlay, "������r., is bacac from a trip  to Greenwood, and' reports things  quieter than earlier in the year in the  lioundary country.  W* Mitchell, sr., who has been at  his home hej-e for the past' month,  left at the first of the week on the  return to Mnllan, Idaho.  Col. Fred Lister got away" on Monday to Vancouver und Victoria. On  Saturday he received a wire from  General "Victor Odliim and Capt. lam  Mackenzie of Vancouver* stating that  negotiations in connection with the  revaluation of the Lister lands would  take place alt the capital' on June 2nd,  and at a meeting of the settlers' on  Saturday night the colonel consented  to represent -the men, if ter a long  confluence at which acceprnble revalii-  atiOn terms'Were'.'iigreed upon by the  meeting..-   .-������������������-   :i'Zk 0'--Zy' -y,;-y ������������������'���������"������������������'  Lister school  repoit  for May shows  an average attendance for the month  of 00 per cent.    Thuso making highest  standing are:    Grade !*"���������James Byrne,  Gefirpe Ohudley,   Grade 7���������Jack Bird,  Charlie   Malthouse,      Grade   d������������������ Fred  .Yerbury,     ; Grade 6���������Peggy   Smith,  BHly~yerbury,     Grade 8~^F������ nnk Yerbury; ';. , Grskdc'''/l^irnrahUcd.' y:'": Billy  Yerbui-y has,'been promoted-to Grade  0.       Perfect   attendance���������-Jacic   Bird,  George   Chndley, Charlie   Malthouse,  Jph-n > MalthouBO,    George    Mitchell,  Wallace Sinclair.  e-I������foC, vawic.  i-jjr" variety of Mowcra,  Pyrfthliro, collootlon.  Any otli * 7 . "  Couoctlon of Qn.nlen t'l^wcrB.  HOUSE P1.AKT8  W^!rf>.,!*a!nw������.  Hfiaontnw  l-riririiu������.  Fe.rn.  Any otlior vaHftfcjr hotiec plant.  " 'ifcctlnn off Hviia *���������  m  21.  n.  ua.  si.  ���������wl, on     ������nlry fe<t������ roqulroil.  mtu. OUiViiriJii,  PlOWCCtf, tO he THUBfta  II y������Ju*fl 0f aaro.   N������  Tha ptiso. a ������poeHal liy  bml  .CotlccUnn off  __..,._.  oiion to child ron xumtor II ynsra of aaro.- No  "   "*" "    "     "'     iwrlw*.  Ottn������r nimcUI. writM-M**   B1n������lo floww In  ujiho.   Hf_#tMlri.fflo entry.   I_Iw������������|miUi.1'im.  To nona-uiemb(������rB   of the   Institute  there will  be un  entrv few of 28 centsa  tfoi-each cowipctitor.  Ban f f-W5r. der mere hinh way will  be open for traffic on Mny 2dtli���������a  week earlier than last Reason,     , "  ���������..*���������"''���������  Kimberiey Amateur AtliJetio  Association complainei of the poor  attehdanceat the gymrmniun" that  was established a few  months aero  Ilesidonts of PonMobon are oirou-  lat3ii������ a petition t-lmli- will bo pre--'"  fi.en.ted-.to the fcowi'������������.eoi.no31 aakii'iK  that tt- take over* and operate the  public library.  The first strawberries "out of Eriekson .went east on Friday, They were  from the Huy gen 8 & VanAckeran  ranch at Canyon. "Mr. Jenrber was  the first Eriekson grower to get on  the shipping list with a couple of  crates on Wednesday.  B. J. Long is a business visitor at  Vernon this week���������for a meeting of  the executive of the Associated growers of B.C. *"  Mrs. Angus Cameron is spending a  few days with friends in 'Cranbrook  this week, leaving on Wednesday.  Ranch w*ork was pretty much at a  standstill the first three afternoons of  the week, Eriekson being unusually  well represented at the Chautauqua  at Creston.  Eriekson had a few minutes' hailstorm on Saturday, morning but the  damage reported is very slight.  Mrs,   K. Byrne left, on Wedhorday  on an extended visit to Llmdsay, Ont  ario;, and    other   points   In    efiBtern  Canada. '���������'..-  '        '   ' / ' '������������������"'      -    -   -.''  In the hobby competition in connection with the junior .Chautauqua  wo*.1"* this year Eriekson youngi-tera  made a very fluty showing. In the  nine prlsscs'awarod. five came hereto Sadie Fraser, Kathleen Bundy Sandy Telford, Helen Staples and JUobort  Speaker.  -About twenty acres In the Eriekson  section is   set  out in   tomutoea   this  year*   Frank   Staples   leading     with  nine  acres.   In  the plan ting   of this  area Frank utllis-ed ulu-iuemadeplanter thrtfc has given good  results.   It Is  a ^Cw-i-*-'hwl    contraption     "hauled  behind tho Fordson tractor, the plants  being put in by hand about two and  a half ieuLIby font* four foul apart, a  double mouldbord' In front making the  furrow and two at the rear filling In.  Himself and   a mun   dlacecl, irrigated  ami planted thejaino acres in juot nine  and a half  days.   Tho  tomatoes aro  piiaiiiU-u ������hj i������Sin i**H<*a^ wt'v-vwM It_rit)ti.bum  Alex. Mennie. Ed. Benstrom and  Mack Brogan motored to Creston  On Friday evening* on a combined  business and pleasure trip. -  Miss AlnifT Desaulnier*-, B.W.Thomas. J. A. McComb and Harvey Joyce  .were Kitchener callers at Creston on  Friday.    .  Quite a number of Kitchener people  motored to Yahk on Sunday to witness the baseball game between Yahk  ard Creston.   The score was 11 to 13  Jin YahVs favor.  ~*������ ���������> "-  '-.   A. retiirta"BJC������ie^  -here between Canyon and. Katcheuer  on Saturday afternoon, the home  team winning by a   score   of  18 to 7.  Players ou both sides did   some excellent work, and one  of  Canyon's- star,  players, Hale, was hit  by the  ball in  tbe first inning,  and  could not play  the rest of the* game. Everyone enjoyed themselves��������� but the Can yon  rooters were scarce.  &lB*i8aii*  W. D. Goodman, who has been  night opeaator at Sirdar for at least,  the past year, has been transferred to  Crowsnest, leaving on Suuday to take  up his new position.  J. Kennedy, who has deen operator  at Wardner, arrived on Sunday and  succeeds  Mr,   Goodman on  tbe night  ���������job at Sirdar.  Sirdar Was weil  represented   at the  Saturday    night    Chautaupua,      the  Goodman and Ipoasby autos carrying  capacity loads to Creston.   With the  1 latter were'Mesdatnes Loasby, Martin,  | Whiteside and Brawm  Mrs* E. J, Brawn 1s a Creston visitor  for Chuutuuqua week,. and is . the  guest of Mrs. Cook.  Mr, and Mrp. T. Rogers and Misses  E. Brainxand A. Heap were at Creston  on Monday night for the Chautauqua  entertainment.  , Dominic Lombardo arrived on Monday and will spend a few days with  his parents here-   -.-���������  Jim Paecusezo was a Snnday visitor  ut Bonners Ferry, Idaho, lie made  the trip in his new Ford." going via  KlngsgntA and coining home by Port-  hill. He says the "roads are in great  shape, ��������� "  Mr, and Mrs. B. F, Whiteside. Mrs.  Cam and T. * Bopcrs. were between  trains visitors at Creaton on Tuesday.  Mrs. Sid Mccaho and  children spent  a few   days with Cran brook ^friends  lust woek.--  SKrdar homes  were    supplied with  thfe'Yifcat of the ������������i4Boii,k strawberries  at the end" of the week from the North  ranch." Commencing to-day Mr. North will bo quite a heavy berry ehlbper  tia Ferntc and Lethbridge, Alberta,  where   ho  has established:  a   (telling  ll<JMIKil������iaU<Uu>������*������  Creston Assured  1927 Chautauqua  . "One of the best yet" is the fairly -  unanimous opinion of the 1926 Chau- __  tauqua, which closed on Wednesday  night and, probably, the best possible  evidence tbat was real good is furnished "in the fact that the attraction is  booked for 1827 with a list of guarantors, numbering over 441. with  signatures of citizens from Porthili,  Lister, Canyon, Eriekson, Creston,  Wynndel and Sirdar.  Each of the seven programmes were  pleasing, the big favorite,   of course,  being thf%  three act comedy, "Cappy  Bickt," which dispensed two hours of  wholesome humor that none could fail  to appreciate.   Those  who heard the  Russian Cathedral Choir at the Tuesday   afternoon   session   are   equally  loud,in commendation of this talent-  "ed musical organization,   and sharing  witb them the musical honors must be  mentioned the Toy Trio who produced  a  | wonderfully  popular   programme  both  afternoon   and   evening,   violin  solos by Mr. Toy being quite the best  Creston has ever heard.   In the lecture line Dr. Gordon Smith got the best  heasing���������and  passed on more practical information on the need for clean  lining   by   both   the    sexes���������of    any  Chautauqua platform man yet seen in  action   here.   The   Leake    orchestra  was popular,  but have hardly suffiie  ient variety to put over programmes  to equal previous music   night   offerings.   John     Buxbnry,     entertainer,  also found ������ome difficulty in holding  the attention of   his, audience for the  90 minutes allotted hin������r-although an  elocutionist bf undoubted ability.  Creston was particularly fortunate  fn haAing our old friend, Bev. Jas.  Bvans~ to speak at tbe community  service in the tent-on Sunday night.  ^Tfae'Kim  -day .message* .couched in everyday  phraseology that made a deep impression.  A meeting of the guarantors will be  held.in a few days to wind, up affairs.  19Sd_witnesses a deficit pretty mUch  on a par with other years, but in spite  of this most of this year's backers of  Chautauqua are on thr contract fcr  1027.  Miss McDonald, who supervised this  year, is deserving of considerable commendation." In ;Xhe work with, the  children she was particularly effective,  and in handling the crowds in the tent  she was able to obtain unusually {good  attention for. every programme-���������and  that she has-been able to so successfully book Chautauqua for next year  is striking testimony to a happy combination of businuess ability and a  pleasing personality.  The Y.M.C.A. hatha at Cran������  brook do not seem'to be real popular. They earned only $44 last  year, while tha intake at the bowling alloy was $331.  BRAND THEATRE  SATURDAY, June  5  Bebe Daniels  ill  "Wild, Wild  Susan"  Stop, look and laugh.  Here's "Wild, Wild Susan,"  doggone dangerous darling,  world's wildest wildflower,  society's swiffcest stepper, filmland's friskiest, funniest fe-  mftl-p.. And T^������Hr'������ *hf.Rt li^t.  I >  MMHMMi  mtwmmmmmmmmmmmmm*  mmmimmmWIimmmm  l^^^fJiTStT^SmS > -<as
THE   REVIKW.   "ORESTON,    B.    C.
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whjAu>ex ^qomi tact is 4ihecb.
Stop The Flood
Tlie problem ot* erecting an effective dam to stem the flood of Unit.ed
Stales publications, already large and steadily rising, pouring into Canada
nnd tending to" Americanize our social thought, national ideals anda policies,
has for some time occasioned serious consideration on the part" of Canadian
publishers, and is now giving concern, to people who are in no way identified
with the publishing business. "  " ���,,7._y-.-. ���
A large section of the Canadian people not strongly opposed to restrictive
poIicie_s based on the protective principle, whife others dislike the idea of
placing a ban on the free interchange of reacting matter, and all are more or
less averse to the adoption of any policy -which might be Interpreted as unfriendly hy our next door neighbors. But, as pointed out in last week's
article in this column, the situation has become a very serious one not only
..'or Canadian publishers, hut for Canada as a national entity. '   -Z
Prohibition of United Ststtes publications is not Jo'be thought of," except
in the case oi' those which overstep the bounds of morals and decency* in their
flagrant attempts at sensationalism to whet the appetites and appeal to the
morbidne'Ss ot* their readers. The United. States should itself place a ban
on these, and if it tails to do so there is no reasgra in the world why Canada
should not protect itself hy taking such action, v' Such publications are not
necessary to anj* people. ��� They serve no good or useful purpose, and are
wholly harmful. '--=*���
A suggesiion recently advanced and now being -widely discussed, is that,
v.-liile not placing any obstacle in the way of United States papers and magazines entering Canada, a tax should _ be imposed on; the advertising matter
contained in them. Canada is used as a "dumping" ground i'or these ^Magazines and papers largely for the purpose of increasing circulation, thereby
boosting advertising rates and revenue for the publishers and providing an
avenue through which UniteVl States manufacturers and others can attractively place their wares "before the Canadian public. These magazines are sold
in Canada at a price considerably below the cost of prodauction, and tons of
them are carried annually by the Canadian post office department at an .actual
loss to the Government. ^-*-
That these American publications are circulated in Canada solely in order
to obtain additional distribution of these advertisements is fairly well demonstrated by the fact that in'tlieir literary contents little or no attempt is
rnadi-to cater to the views and tastes of Canadian readers. They are "American," in the United States-acceptation of that word, through and through.
Take the current issue of one-of the weekly publications which has a .very
large circulation in Canada. It consists of 240 pages, printed on book paper,
and each copy weighs over a pound and a half. It retails for five cents, ox
less than the cost of the white paper. Of the 240 pages, 91 are devoted to
reading matter and illustrations all, with the exception of the front cover,
printed in black ink. The\other 146 pages are advertisements, and. 64 of these
are full jjage advertisements printed ih all the colors of the rainbow, and then
some���reds, blues, greens, purples, browns, yellows, pinks, mauves and varying shades and combinations of these colors. In a word, this .magazine is
mainly an advertising catalogue, and a beautifully attractive one *at that, 6i*
United States goods. ' .  '       ��� .
If all this ad.vertising matter entered Canada as a catalogue, or as straight
advertising matter, thousands of dollars-would have to be paid on it in Customs duties, but coming in under the guise of a magazine it is practically duty
free. And in addition the Canadian post office distributes a large percentage
ol" ir. for. a purely nominal sum. It would cost these Unite'd* States advertis-
, ers millions of dollars annually to themselves print and distribute this matter
in Canada.
Therefore, ir i_. argued, and wiih reason, that while United States-magazine;- should still be allowed free entrj- into Canada, a tax should be imposed
on   the  advertising matter contained in them somewhat comparable to  the
:>mount  that would b.> colU-Med if such advertising was sent in as such and*
noi   as  part  of magazine.
The effect, of course, would be a decided decrease in the number of such
public-it "on;" sent into Canada because the publishers, having to pay this tax,
would b.* obliged io sustain ihe loss, or increase their subscription price in
ihi.-- country to covi-r ii, "_<nd circulations would, automatically drop. If the
tax t.l[-5 no-_ hav."* this t-rfeci, then it would at least increase our national
<*,inadiansa' ru.-.y r.:.t ural. y objofi. to paying largely Increased prices through
Cu.:'j-,:;;.. 4iun.-s injj.osi'jl on I'or.-ign-made artieloH Ihey require, to purchase,
and f.n ("rirj:j'liari-iii;nJ��" goods the price of which Is advanced, under cover ol*
tariff j..r.->rv'<;i ion. hu? they are-n^'- likely to object, l.o a tax being placed on i.he
arivaf-i-r-i ��� ing p; ojiagan��la ot l.-niled *-_i.ati*H concerns eanvansing for business In
the TKiniinhm,
House Adopts MacPhail Motion
Resolution to . Produce- Productive
Work For Penitentiary Inmates
After brief debate:'.the house at Ottawa adopted a resolution moved By
Miss MacPhail that-the administration qf penitentiaries be amended to
(1) Sufficient productive worlc" to
keep the inmates employed;
(2) That a share of the proceeds go
to dependents, and. in case of no dependents such* share to be held in
trust until release.
Miss MacPhail moved a similar
resolution last session, but it was
talked out. ' -
-. Hon. Ernest JLapointe, minister of
justice, supported the resolution, which
was adopted without opposition amid
Miss MacPhail explained it was her
purpose to provide only for the production of goods needed by the Federal Government.
The.resolution had been presented
last 3*ear and had  received very fav-
orable comment. She believed it would
have been adopted if the 6 o'clock ad___
journment had not arrived too soon.
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the cause. yMrs. E. Virginia- Gray,
Tofield, Alta., has proven the value of
this medicine and says:���"I can sincerelyrecbmmencli .Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills for a tired, and run-down
condition of the system.    I have fol-
\ lowed the nursing profession for a
number of years and after a few
weeks of hard or trying cases I take
two or three h^jxes of Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills, and always with the very-
best results. The pills also proved a
great boon to'my daughter at_ a: trying age. and I have seen splendid results follow their use in other cases.*
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are sold
by all medicine dealers or sent by
mail at 50 cents, a box by The Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.
{ ,',  ���^'7,
Through Service  For
Steamship   Passengers
Canadian Pacific Railway inaugurates
Through   Tourist   Sleeping   Car
For the convenience ot. western passengers enroute to the Old Country,
the Canadian Pacific Railway have Inaugurated a through tourist sleeping
oar service from Winnipeg to Saint
John, N.B. -.,
Theso cars will leave Winnipeg on
"The Imperial" at '30.00^ a.m. every
Tuesday until ^tpiil 20th, providing
through service to the ship's side" at
Saint John.
This service will prove extremely
popular with passengers troipa tho
prairie provinces, eliminating as it
does, changing trains at Montreal;
Proved safe by millions arid prescribed by physicians for
jColds       Headache       Neuritis Lumbago
Fain   -     Neuralgia       Toothache      Rheumatism
.Accept   only   *fBayer,*'   package
which contains proven directions.
Handy "Bayer'* boxes of 12 tablets
Also bottles of 24 and' 100���Druggists.
.Aspirin is the trade mark <reelstere'il in Canada) of Bayer Manufacture of Monaacettc-
acldesteE oC Sallcyllcaeld (Acetyl, Salicylic AcUl, YA. S- A."). While lt- Is well kno-rm
tnat_.Asplj.la means Bayer manufacture, to assist tbe public against Imitations, tbe Tablets
Of Bayer Company vriU be stamped wltu.  their general trade mark, tbe
���"���" ' a .    l. .iii. ,.
'Bayer Cross."
A Queer Family Group
Chickns, Deer and Cat Live Together
Jn Kansas Zoo        ���
Perhaps che queerest family group
lives in the Atchison Zoo, Kansas. In
a pen live ypixie, buck deer, six chickens, and a big yellow alley cat. At
night the deer curls up in its shelter-
an'dj the cat and chickens hover iri
close proximity absorbing .the warmth
from the deer's body.. 7
At feeding time the deer pushes its
muzzle into the feed trough and then
lets the chickens pick the bits of bran
and grain from its face. And the cat
has forgotten how to wash itsltace ami
hands. Dixie gives the cat a thorough tongus bath regularly.
Freak Linguistic Case
A freak*, linguistic case came to
light at Honolulu recently in the
court of domestic relations. Roberc
Soares, born there and now 11, cannot speak the. language of Hawaii;
that is, English, noi- can he speak
Portuguese, the language of his 'Tore-
bears. He is a fluent speaker of Japanese, however. He has lived with a
Japanese couple since his parents deserted him.
The Poor Man's Friend.���Put/up.,in
small bottles that are easily portable
and sold i'or a very small sum, "Dr.,,
Thomas' Eceetric Oil possesses power'"in concentrated form. Its cheapness and the varied uses to which it
can be put make it the poor man's
friend. . No dealer's stock i$ complete
without it.
A Foe to Asthma. Give Asthma
half a chance and it gains ground
rapidly. But give it repeated treatments of Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma
Remedy and it will tall back even
faster. There "is.-no. halfway measure i jj������i.ot���,i
about this remedy.. It goes rJgttl to j Jac*ttca
work    and    drives    astlima    out.      It
reaches the inmost breathing passages More Illiterate -hod-carriers reach
and leaves no place for the trouble, to,. lhg-to*p 6c the laddor than men with
lurk.      Have it by you for ready us<*.
The Chinese use safety first methods in shoeing a horse, the mild-mannered beast being- securely straight-
foi" the occasion.
London's   Oldest   Industry
college degrees.
Whitechapel Foundry Has Been Cast
ing Bells For Over 600 Years
Probably the oldest industry in.-the
metropolitan area of "London is, that
of making church bells. A foundry
in_Wliitechapel has been casting bells
for over six hundred years, and is
still so supreme that the whole world
sends to it, or to another almost
equally old firm at Croydon on the outskirts of London, when a reliable and
true peal or . carillon, is to be constructed.
and -other skin irritations are
quickly relieved by a few application of Minard's diluted
with sweet .oil. .-��� .,
v Zmn aisWwtSMk v^zzz-
nnrl  Rowe!*-,
'lia-h  I he:
__,._.     Fletcher'
Cri-iinn-i, ?���** f-qrwi-.l.-/- prepare'! tf* relieve- Infants ill
arms and Children all ages of
Constipation, I-'laHilcncy. Wind
Colic and Diarrhea; allaying
llwr.-frr.n-i, and, 1..y regulating tht Stomach
a-*sim.1a.i<m of Food; giving natural .sleep.
I *a   -|\"OJ.|    imila'ltlOll'!
���lH7"',,lL!'li:  1 f-i v '"*y V''
look fV.r flic signature of   t-fu.A,**/f'//c/k:tftA<
( ii-"-if���"--..     I*3iysiclijiis -t-vt'i-ywlierc -rtcommctul  it".
Tho    ease    with    which corns and
warts  can be removed by Hollowny'fl
Corn Remover in its strongest recoin-
nyenclatioii.      It seldom fails.
Advertising His Profession
A canipaigner was constantly Intjbr-
ruptPd by u man in the crowd who
kept HlumtiiiK out, "Ijiar!" After
about I.he twentieth repctllion' the
ftpoalcor puusnd and lixod hlfi eyes on
liiti larmontor. '"Il" tlie genUemaiv
who persists In jnlorrupl.lng," ho
said, "will ,bo Rood enough to tell
us his name Instead of merely Hhout-
Jiik out IiIh culling, I aim sure wo
shn'll be nil I'l-vy much pleiif'ed to
miik-* h.l:' ncciutiliilimcf.'."���(JhrlBllan
,* * ���
The Oil for the Farmer.���A hoi Ilo ol'
lir. TliomiiH* l-a-lfci ric on in tlio 'farm
Iioiimo will hhvv niiiiiy a ,loui*nny for'tho
doctor, It. I.s not only good for the
p|i!ldv-'.i  when   lnl.��"n   with  eold.s  and
'���r'viij.,   ����inl   !'��**'   ''le   i-it'lurr*   who   f'.UJffvl*
from pains ami ih-Iioh, but tltere ai-i*
diri'i'llons l'iki' ii s imc on nie I* ealfle.
TJici-'- Hliould ahvuy-4 In; i\  bodle of it
In thn li'iiim'. /       .    .��� ���
A man Ih somHIph'-h ronijii'lliMl lo
pill iip with JIioh"' hit iloi'ri not love���-
piiwiibroUi-i-j-,   lor  IiihI u^ci',
Minard's  Llnhrent for  dandruff
Cleans Like China
When you use SMP Enameled Ware
Utensils, you never need, to scrape, wcour
and scrub the. way some wares demand.
Hot water, soap, a cloth���that's all you
need to clean them. It washes like
china, has the cleanliness and surface of china, hut wears Jiikc steel.
Don't be the slave of your coolcin*** ���/>
-Ware; equip with cjiean, pure sanitary, lasting
WA _R F"
jp\ rs c
1st Priafc $100 5th Prize $40
2nd  Prize   $75 6th Prize $30
3rd   Prize   $60 7th Prize $25
4th   Prize   $50 Sth Prize $20
5 Prizes of $10 each
10 Prize* of    $5 each
l'"v-"ra.    <_��.Ht<-M<niit   -rill   receive  S*1   iiiluii.
of nt Jcnn4 afUatiO vmlue.
__tf*"*W AWm- m%   ~tt 4^ flfllUW        m*Wsm II   H WMI HHh.  j#tt|K mWUm* mtwmllt,
%jr(ji|j��y i   j he  OOTS
ir yon coi-iit Ih*- ilulw .rorrei llj uiui urll 10 lu1��f* of I*��*l iiuil Hluln
Itaiauovi-r wl.-:��:.��' a fiilio. you will re*"i-"v��i mm ��f IUi-*i- iirly.rw. And
,V<��n will lijwi- ai I'liu ine. TT'ij* lhe Wit doi-h I'rlxt*. T.VIh-1- wh irvt-ivc j<nir
uuNvvi."* no irlli wrii-l jihi Ilie Urn-l iiml Slnlm Ilemtivrr nt ���niuc, Try
your  hI.111   imi.v.
N.     l*.
S^jj;*#iii#ip��j?S(��l��(^^ LJ^eeupies Am  C-iatia-jda iNo*^*' O  -Prominent   ^\^ oriel Position As  Regards The Poultry Indus try  .0  ' "** -, i* "*        j  With rather, startling suddenness  Canada has sprung' to .-a' prominent  position will) regard td -Ker poultry  apsL.     its    ' industry. Prior      ^to  a couple of -years ago Canadian birds  had never been" exhibited abroad.  Alter showings at - tlie International  Poultry Congress in Spain, and. the  British Empire Exhibition in England,  no trouble was experienced in bringing* about a unanimous decision - to  hold the international. poultry show  in the Dominion in 1927, for which  preparations are now being made. At  tho sanie time, Canadian birds came  into demand for the improvement of  stock, and they are now going abroad  to the value of, at times, $50,000 a  year. Within the past couple of  months a consignment of- ten  cockerels, valued at $400," left Britisii  Columbia for "Denmark, and a shipment of fiTty Wyafidqttes went from)  Ontario to Holland., being consigned  to the Dutch Government there.  Progress has been rapid and is still  . continuing. A great number of poultry is being kept on farms throughout  the Dominion every year and the production- of eggs is steadily rising.  Poultry ia Canada totalled 48,133,969  head in *1925 as against 47,538.130 in  the previous year, and the production  of farm eggs .was 224,*778,S67 dozen  worth $57,950,340 as compared with  212,64Sj6S5,dozen worth $50,322,439 fn  3 924. The greatest progress is being evidencedin the-western provinces  where one o"f the tendencies iu the  movement towards diversification in  agriculture has been a steadily increasing interest in -egg-y and poultry  production, and where a dependence  upon imports in this, regard has been  changed \o the engagement in a considerable export trade.���������' 7 ��������� WhereasT  there were but about thirteen million  head, of poultry in tli3 western provinces in 1918, there were more than  20,500,000 head, in 1925.    ' ' ~""  ..Western Canada, in particular, has  been most progressive and' energetic  in meeting the problem of marketing, acl.ogs  of the  Shipping   Poultry   Abroad  >    Fame of Canada As a  Poultry Breeding Country Has Spread Over  -    the World  ��������� Carrying    the    name    and' fame oi  Canada as a poultry' breeding country  literally to four "'corners of the earth,  pure-bred birds have be������?n shipped hy  Canadian    record,   and    performancej  poultry   breeders   within   the   last   six  weeks to the Argentine republic, Japan, "England, the Fiji Islands and Australia,  in  addition  to  many  parts  of  the United States.  Commenting on a recent sale made  to England, Prof. E. A. Lloyd, professor of poultry; husbandry, at the University of-British Columbia and secretary of the B.C. Kecordi and Performance Poultry Breeders' Association,  which organization made the shipment, states that fifty barred rock  hens -with records' of over 200 eggs in  one year and six pedigreed cockerels  from hens with records over "250.eggs  were selected to "fill the order. The-  birds were .on the Atlantic during the  recent terrific "storms yet they reached England in perfect condition, and  the hens commenced to lay the day  after arrival. -   r  Beneficial Effect Of Grading  Expor_terj&*-yviore - Careful    of    Quality  When Fitting' Orders  ��������� There is abundance of evidence that  the system of grading adopted in Canada is having a beneficial effect. To  this fact "Dr. J. A. Ruddick, Dominion  dairy and cold storage commissioner,  bears testimony. He further says  that improvement in marketing conditions has also- aided in raising the  status of butter-,, and cheese. As re(  gards butter, he declares that nowhere is the improvement in quality  more inoticeable than in Ontario. "Under the old conditions before grading  Ti'as established, continues Dr. Kud-  dick, exporters' were not always too  careful ol" the Quality of tlie different  lots with, which they filled orders for  "finest" cheese or butter. -With the  grades marked on the packages the  quality t-u'rUs" out more .uniformly as  represented. ' In recent years grading has greatly extended and is now  applied ia the marketing of many farm  products, including grain, fruit, wool,  meats, and eggs as well as butter ahd  cheese.  R  f?itain.\^iv������ss JlJsst kJ^inotistT^^"ir^'n  ' JL ������-v V JL W JLM.  Of National fionor   1 hat  The WorU Has Ever Seen  Alberta's  Mineral Production  Forests Provide Fibre Silk  Lord Allenby On Canada  with rgard td poultry and eggs through '  co-operative organization. All the  provinces now have their" government  supervised systems ���������of collection, and  disposal. In Manitoba, through this  co-operation, the province, which waa  importing; these products a few years  agp,-as now exporting voluminously to  Eastern Canada and the United States.  Poultry -exports from Saskatchewan,  effected oh - th  ���������Says   This   Country   Can    Fill    Every  -"������������������' Conceivable   Need   For   Human   .  ..-* Comfort  . y"'If I were thinking of emigrating 1  should look to Canada as a very desirable country   to   come to,"  said   Field  Marshal Viscount Allenby,  during ;an  interview   oii   his   recent  visit   to   Ottawa, enroute to England from'a visit  to Australia and New Zealand*.      "If I  were asked. T should certainly * advise  anyone in Britain who considered emigrating to thank seriously, of Canada."  I   keenly   app^eciatedi'H he-continued,  "the   fact  that 'Canada   ean.  fill  every  conceivable need -'for' human comfort.  I This I have' found" during my journey  the  Domini onr*     The  absence  color question, the natural  resources of the country, the agricultur:  al .and  power possibilities make  Canada an ideal countryJ\ f  also  teiii.y doubled  and showed funfchei-  co-operative  sys-  beiween 1923 and 1924,  Increase last year.  Iny Alberta, which' rapidly left its dependence behindyit and; how exports  upwards of 60,000" cases of eggs annually to England, Scotland and other  countries, a poultry and "egg pool  commenced operations" in November  last- Government marketing service  stations have been, establisiid. at Edmonton, Calgary and Lethbridge,  where eggs and.poultry are sent, and  graded, the shippers being sent 80 per  -ent, of the value of the shipments.  Prettiest Fabrics Are Manufactured  From Common Wood Pulp  Canadfans need never worry about  having clothes to wear as long as the  country"3 forests hold oul, was the assurance given the Royal Canadian Institute at Toronto by Pror. Harold  Hibberf, McGill University.  A.number of years ago some scientists discovared cotton was made of  dehydrated sugar molecules arranged"]  in* a .certain way and also that common wood pulp was -cellulose, another  form of sugar molecules, and ever  since that time the feminine world had  been displaying- the prettiest fabrics  and the most diverse forms of woven  goods that were nothing more substantial than .the wood they were 'mad ej  out of.  Artificial ox srilk. fibre, known, as  merely a poor substitute of cottojn,  was simplj-" nitro-cellulose coagulated  into the form of thread, and as proof  of this statement the speaker manufactured some of it before his audience. As research went- on, the  speaker said, the product would be  constantly improved.  Barron's Weekly Edition of the Wall  |.Slreet Journal says:  "During the current year, according to the .figures ofthe chancellor of the exchequer, Great  Value of Production. Increased Nearly  Three Million In "Year  ��������� The total value of the mineral pro- [Britain wil1 Pav u������ on account of our  duclion. of the province oFAlberta injwar debt- Principal and interest,  1925 was ?25.005,71S. compared with something over $160,000,000 and will  $22,344,990 in 1924, according to the_r<??eive from hei' debtors not less than  -preliminary report of the Dominion [ *?������-00������.000, including German repara-  bureau of statistics. Among tlie tions under the Dawes plan. Britain's  principal  items  of production  during 'Principal war debtor Is France, which  the year were: Coal, 5,867.213 tons  valued, at $19,810,9������8; oil, 169,432 barrels value $758,837; gas, 8,998,931 "M".  cubic feTft value $2,100,000; cement,  395,857   barrels,   value   $913,529. ���������*  The most outstanding feature of the  production for the past year was the  A-ast increa.se in the output of crude  petroleum. In 1924, Alberta occupied;  but an insignificant place in the production of oil in Canada, but in 1925  it suddenly took first place among all  the provinces of the Dominion, producing  more   oil than  all  the  others  put together.    "The comparison ofpro-  duction.shows -that in  1924 )only* $4-1 -|Pf last >*ea������"* was ������7,738,000,000  barrels were produced with a value 0f|'vorka out at   ������]71 Per capita o  $4,135,    but    In    1925, 169,432 barrels I Population, and it will cost*-every  jiias been active, not to say ardent, in  the  collection  of her  own- debts,  but  has  not shown the same  enthusiasm,  about passing anybody.    Hence, among  other things, the, demorajized franc.  "As a loyal friend and. an honest  debtoi". Britain should command out*  sympathy, and It seems a pity that our  politicians should fail to appreciate  the sterling honesty she has displayed wliere it would "-have been by no  tQteans difficult to procrastinate and  plead poverty.  "According to the -same authority,  Britain's     national    debt    at the end.  Tins  f the  man,  were . produced    with    a    value    of|  $75S,S37.      The rest of^Canada produced.    14S,821    barrels    with, a, value of  ? 429,318.  An Enviable Position  Canada's Per Capita Wealth Only  Surpassed By Britain and U.S.  "In estimated national wealth In.  millions of dollars, Canada stands  seventh on the list, higher than Australia, Brazil, Argentina and, in fact,  higher than any of the newer countries-  into -which* surplus ^population can  freely flow," Dr. D. A. MacGibbon, professor   of   political   economy,   Univer-  womah. and child something like ������30  this year to ��������� meet the annual charge  for interest and management.  "These are stupendous figures which  we are considering: A population less  than 40 per cent, of our own, working  in an area which could very jatsarly ,be  "tucked away, in Florida :and' would be  lost In Texas. It- has been pointed  put to British statesmen by good-  natureda Americans that they*- could  have driven a better bargain with us  if they had waited two or three years  before taking up the settlement oi* the  debt to America. _  "It is curious how unanimous Brit  - isb sentiment was for an  early  set-  To Grow More Corn  Alberta  Large  Farmers Bringing i.n  Quantities of Seed r  There will be a" big increase in the  acreage planted to fodder corn and  sweet clover.-'this year in Alberta, according to the provincial department  of agriculture. Fannels are already  bringing in large quantifies of seed for  ithese crops. There" will be several  thousand acres in sweet clover, and  the corn acreage, which last season  was estimated -nt 73,000 acres, will  probably pass the 100,000-acre auark  this year, for the province as,a whole,  With the bulk ol: it grown in Southern Alberta,    .  Sending   Holy-Carpet To  Mecca  The, Egyptian Government has decided to permit the holy- carpet to be  sent to Messa for the pilgrimage ot  the year 1344 of the Hegrra or flight  of Mohammed fro'^ Mecca to Medina, j  The  ceremonies ...will' take place  during the   summer.  7 - The   carpet  has  been  prepared " and will be transported *to Mecca in feu large boxes.  Canada and Japan  New   necord  The  For   Foreign   Trade '. Set  Last Year  amrunl' report., of thtr .Tnpnueso  Canada's Best Customer  e Last Year In Trade With  Big Incrca  "Great Britain  United    Kingdom    purchases    from  Canada during the twelve mouths eml-  , wl   in  Fcfciuary   totalled   $502,000,000.  consul  at  Vancouver shows  Unit  ihejTllll  was SI09,000,000 more -than  the  trade  between   Canada  nnd  Japan In-   -;ui. ,.,*- Kingdom purchased in the pre-  creased  mo'-o   ilinu   $3,000,000   during  vious twelve months from Canada, and  1025. Helling a iioav record foi* foreign   $20,000,000   moro   than   pure'  1i.-j.db between  Ihe Orient and  C*ana0fi.[Canai1a hy ,hcj UnlUid Stat-..-..  Tho   total   volume  of trade  wa:'   $:*3,-j    on  tl,u*.  othor hand, Canada liought  125,000, or which $25,1 ������2,278.    was    In : i*rom     ,ho     Vnlyetl     .Slates   In- the  12  exports from Canada, and .$7,062,020 in j months  goods   to   tho   valuo  of   $507,-  Imports rrom Japan.      Tlie Incrouse In , uoo.OOO  aH   against   Imports   train   the  o.-vportH    alone    was noar.y $2,000,000 United Kingdom yuliuHl nt $102,000,00o:  and. In Imporls Ihe-iucruaHi) was -more j ....;,;������������������.���������   than    ,f1,000,000.      Recent    trade    vol-i What They Can't Da  $3"1^27-1.100; j     A small  furore was crealed aniotiR  hi* avil'.tH  'jiy.New-Vorlc City -crhnn 1  became  Known   1 lint,   llalph     Adams  Early Egyptians" Ue-ed  Paraho]a were n-uvl hy  m  ('"jsypllans* anil they are off on roprc-! Ing forolpjn tirHstH to do eorlaln work.  Nontod on Kgypilan nioiiunfcnis. In J Several Amorlyari artists pi*o*te������tt*d In  the ynar 3S20 a  new idyle of piu*a*3������l; lelt.ern   and   sljitt'iiiotlts   to   the   dally  'l>rei*K, and ii  was liitnr'.dlseovemd tlm'  Tattered Timothy: I've been tramp-  in' four years, ma'am, an* it's .all 'cause  I heard that the doctors recommended  walkln* as the best exercise. *"  Mrs. Prim: Well, the doctors are  right.     Walk along. 7        .;'-. -  ���������. A , , ... Itlement.      It is '-all very well to" prat������  sity-of Alberta, stated in .a recent yad- abo������t national *.honor/, but when a  dress.at Regina. In wealth per capita ��������� Me peop!es ^n ^^^ thafc Us  m dollars Canada is onlysurpassed by own det>tors ^m fce7dilatory -ind  the United Stateg and Great Britain. 7��������� ive, nevertheless -reaches down  "Cunada is among the only five nar; ^ th& deepest 'd-epths of lts"pOCkot  tions 'showing  a   surplus   oa   current > ,     m^.   it..   ���������.    _.>.T:_._a..-^_._.: ������^   ,.  - -   i to   meet   its   own  obligations.? to   re-  account, and is also amon? those coun-  estabKsh i������^-cari.etlcy at Jiat^anA to  tries     having,    a food sui-plus.      She , ,ook the ^ol& ^^ jn the face ^i(h  ranks  fifth among lhe nations as an  ���������^aj.t*  ���������ls,*,���������^--^^-q    fl,_,  ������,^_,+  ~~..~t~..  -     - .. .      ��������� j credit  ununpaared,   the  most careless  exporter and seventh as, an importer,     a���������,.,.,���������,.���������.,,    ,.���������^������������������ '3^���������    ^r r ,���������_^^ ������.,- >  * ��������� - American, regardess of refugee Irish  .   ~~-~-      \      ~   ~.       ��������� - ancestors or German extraction, must  Annuity,  Awaits   Missing   Son  '        ������������������������._,���������>,.,.��������������� i -    i.  * <__  <>        ,    * _,--    m  ���������, * , ������_.   . -     _.   .      take-off his hat to the most practical  Thomas Bernard Pink, a son of the    ��������� _      ,    a- P       ..       .   . ,,  ~.    ~. -���������,  .     -. ..  .      'demonstration  of  national   honor  the  late Sir Thomas Pink, who was living: :������������������ 7-, ,,���������  .-������������������_       ,-������������������..   .-���������������������������    ,, ,   .j .--.      i world has ever seen.  in Canada when the war broke out anet j  is believed to have entlisted >vith the  Canadian forces and served in France  in 1914r if living, is entitled to an annuity of ������750 from his father's estate.  . Thomas Bernard s seldom corres-i.  panded with mei-qbers  of the family, j  Want   Canadian   Cattle  Agitation in Gtasgow For Revival of  the Free Innportation  Qlasgow has taken the lead In the  and since the war no trace of him has . revival, of the Free Importation of  been found, although his father made|Canadian Cattle. Association, which  extensive" inquiries for a; long time -be-  I fore his death. ^       ,  iiuiiiii   have,   bofn:  livh, $27.7?..r������,r������2.1.'  -11J2-I  i  Parasols  the  anflfint  LCriini. lu-ail'urchitecl. of the CaUie-lrul  , of St, .lolin tho Divine, "was employ-  iTimo into ii.-"i* In I������hi*-hind������ said io have  /**  VafM-'V.  ..-J ii ml.  di*. "-TVd lv  I'VaK-'.K-  (a.  Oioatoi' Londnn t'onUiius. iiior<>  plo of Ilrlll**h Htoclc thsin Cnniuhi.  Xai'iihiml,   Soutli   'Afrlcji,*' Biiiish  sum!  Wii-it  Allien.  Ind.ln, and  ilu.'  Ibh \V'-sl liiillt*.'. irll combined.  lu  lled-  NijW  K-il  Ilrit-  , or,-'-   f.f  Hir   ffir������''],i,'rjc)-.-;,  hy   U'.i,.    <^j*   rc-  rtallalinn,  luul   rlinllced  cm  thn largoBC  | bull cast for the cathedral, "You can  n������alc<*    Fords,    but    you    can't   malic \  Ithosv."���������The  Argonaut.  was disbanded about two years ago  ]because it was~thought the removal ot  the embargo on Canadian cattle would  result in largely Increased shipments  or cattle from the Dominion and  which is being revived In consequence  of restrictions yet remaining and disappointment ht the shipments��������� Glasgow is being joined by other municipalities whose populations total IU,-  000.000.  "Vested Interest:; bar removal of  the embargo,", declares W. Crane, of  Sal ford* one of the leaders in tin-?, n-  |organization of the association. "Tho  British public want meat coming hi a  skin, not iii a baf*,'''.sn.vs Crane.  t)Qv������:x  Breed-  An Albino  Holstein  Son-i"1 thing new "."Mite way of  curios!;les   i-s   ivporfwl^in   tliters' Guzc-tie.  "I mil tet-ting- far the Bllsworth  CtHV-T-'s-tJng Ah-so* i.silon in Pierce  County, Wisconsin," writes Clarence  -EnRlomnr. "At Henry Hohrer's farm  1 found nn albino bull calf. It. Is ab-  -solufely white, with pink' eyes, nnd ts  ;s grade H'OlalcEa FrJonian, born Jan. S.  192G. It !.-> healthy antl normal, c-"*;-  c-'pt isi color. The dam Is a-^fhree-.  fourlhs j-ra-le Hol.steln-Frestan, nrul  th-i' b-ire a Koven-r-lghiltii. grade llo!-  sti'iti-Fret*t.an. Who knows oP another  calf like HiL* one? _ E think it untn-uuM.  as 1 h;ive never eceh one before."  The  No   Lsw  O'lrt  Port   Colbonue  This  bvfinoh-  f������i  Dull.',.- -Mo.si    -people     adnili-e    n\,,  mouth.       Do    yovi?       Jacli     Cwb.rienl  jinlniledly).���������I   think   It  Ih   Hinuily'lin  vs  m\.  V.     Ui"-*-l  liieu.'-n-  Society Girl to Make M-mraes  _.,,.",-,���������,', , > iGr������*at  War Veterans" A*-:soclaiion  _        Miss Mary K. Coolie, u cluwnlng atldll ton to the group or passenger,, i.uik- \ r0lii;lvCi-  ad, i^.s  rmaa  f)(lawa 1f>  ^Irig Ihe trip to the West HidloH thin winter on the Cwnndlan Paelfle liner Mont--  ! royal, brousht.  ahniR a movlo  en liter a with  which  to iiliotoKrapla luleivstlng "  rJglitK on*,tlie .-rulMe,      MIh,. Coo]?o I:-i r.liowii hdve uUIUzUsg lu-r caauera. for ISh-  lfirst llmo, taklnj? movlea nl' ber rrtend*-. as the-.S,S". Montro^nl iiullect out ������f:  iK������'vv   Vorii. un riliii 111, .1  i'itt ... 20-iIh> tiruirtu- ul  Uai'ihljejiu  nitieiis.  ���������the  luif-  llle  c'-fCect tluit lEu-rn Is no law. rule, or  rej-ulauon hi snrc-e An Canada calling  for lb-- JlyU������������ of lh������- llriiiKh Huts o������-  (-.".unadInn <'ijsi.;.n ' oni ff>re|gn( boa!.** in.  Caaitai'idlan. w-uIcmjI. *���������*->  THE  CSESW1V   BKVIEW  Club Wants Open  Trapping Season  A considerable variety of subjects  -were up for discussion at the May  meeting of .Creston and District Hod  and Gun dub on Thursday~nighf,  which was in _eharge <if President  M dlandaihe, and at which three new  members were enrolled.  The club decided to recom mend to  the -Game Conservation Board the  fallowing open seasons: That the old  regulation limiting the "kill to two  bucks"be changed to allow of one buck  and one doe being taken. That an  open season on fur bearing animals be  established in Oreston district, That  there be no.open season on pheasants  this year.  It was decided to hanie a committee  to investigate the selling price of  shares and how many to be slotted to  club members in .the'-clubhouse that is  to be erected. The following were  asked to acton the committee : F. C.  Rodgers, <���������*"", Mawsoh, H. Christie and  L. Littiejohn, who will i eport at a  special meeting.  On motion it waa agreed to make a  first payment on the lot on Barton  Avenue, on which the clnb has an  option", as vsoon as the agreement of  sale is drawn.  It has been decided to form a miniature rifle club and to put in a range���������-  with permission of the village-council  ������������������on the club lot. .Weekly shoots will  be held. The committee to look after  this matter .is composed of F. C. Rodgers, G. Mawson and H. Cht istie,  Tbe secietary will write the village  commissi oners for permission tt* put  in the i tinge, and he will also communicate with G. R. Novell of St. Paul,  Minn.%to enquire into the closing of  Cultus and Midge Ore ks, on Kootenay  Lake, to campers.  Trinity United choir provided the a Parisian-model of orchid taffeta, set  music, and a couple of selections were off with satin flowers enmeshed in silk  rendered by the Leake orchestra and tulle. She wore a^bandeau of rhine-  a solo by Mrs. Lealre. John Dnxbury, stones and rose blossoms, and carried  ���������who appeared on Mon pay night recit- a shower boquet of Ophelia roses and  ed the    portion   of   scripture dealing  earnatious,   She was atteftded-hy Miss  ���������with the*prodigal son impressive fashion, and Rev. Jas_rF2vans of Kimberiey  United Church, who is Chautauqua's  trayellhagysupervisior spoke eloquentlyfrom .text. k'"������e"will leave me alone;  rndTyet:;J^������rn not alone, for the Father  iswith me.M ; .��������� __.' ������������������'  Announcement was made at the  Chautauqua tent on Monday afternoon : Of the winners in the hobby  com petition, which  was   the yfeat urfe  "'- i m^f' - '  of the junior Chautauqua effort this  year. "With*"- the exception of the  cooking there was considerable competition, in the five-* classes, and the  rural schools were much to the fore in  fche prize winnings, which were *������_.  follows: vlndnsttial Art���������Douglas Al.  dei-son 1, Percy- Robinson 2, both of  Ceslon7 Sewing and Fancywork���������  Kathleen "Bundy 1, Sadie . Fraser 2.  botji of Eriekson. Art���������Sandy Telford. Eriekson; George Collis, Creston. Cooking���������Helen Staples, Brick-  son. Special prize���������Jack Bird, Camp  Lis>ter; Robert Speaker, Eriekson.  The prizes were presented by John  -Duxburv, the lecturer who appeared  on the programme that night.  A recent orchard survey of tlie  Oksnagati shows ttfat distriot  heaviest planted to Mcintosh Red.  Jonathan stands second, and Delicious are in third place.  Cranbrook board of trade believes ih-"*shady- -highways in the  vicinity of that town and has already started , planting trees. 100  feet apart or? the road to Wardner*  Norma "Irwin and Miss Edythe Ireland, bV>th becomingly gowned in pink  crepe de chme. The' two little flower  girls. IvySpooner and Violet Parison,  niece of the groom, daintily dressed in  apple green, carried baskets of carnations and roses. The groom was supported by his brother, Mr. P. E. Pease  of Cloverdale. The guests were" received by*M_rs._E-, Irwin and "Miss Cnrisie  Irwin. Prof, and Mrs. H; A. Harvey  piayed the wedding inarch from Lohengrin. Solos werjp rendered by  Prof. Harvey and Mr. ,1. Stafford.  After the .oeremo ny-a buffet supper  was served. The young couple were  the recipients of many beautiful and  useful gifts. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Pease  are now residing in South Vancouver.  2.8th In.ama.ioiial Eucharistic  Congress, Chicago  . June, 1926  - /  Local and Personal  Dr. Wilson Herald, ear, nose and  throat specialist, will ba in Creston on  June 7th and 8th.  Wanted���������"Will pay top cash price  for hens* weighing not less thstn 5 lbs.,  also ducks. Dong Barney, Pacific  Restaurant, Creston.  The scholars of Trinity United Sunday School were favored with a very  practical talk on --Service*" by Miss  McDonald, the Chautauqua supervisor, at Sunday morning's session.  Up to June 1st there has been but  one resignation from the Creston  school teaching staff. It is from Miss  Shannon, vice-principal of the high  school, who has notified the trustees  that she will not be returning after  the midsummer vacation,  Public school inspector Manning was  here on his midsummer inspection  trip the lattei part of the week, and  the report turned in by him to the  trustees indicates that the public  school teaching staff is the best Creston has. had ih some years.  During his two-day stay here Rev.  Jas. Evans, who spoke at the community service at tbe Chautauqua tent  On Sunday night, was a guest of his  old friend. Rev. J. Herdman. When  not engaged at Chautauqua work Mr.  Evans has charge of the United  Church sut Kimberiey.  The first strawberry movement of  season En the Creston area waa on  Mondaiy, when the Reed & Mather  ranch had half a dozen crates out. At  both Wynndel and Eriekson berries  ���������were shioped on May 28th, which  comes pretty close fo establishing a  record for early shipping in the past  twelve yearn.  Creston will *h������vi- Chautauqua in  1627. The new contract is for the four  daya of education, inspiration and entertainment and im not binding unless  40 perse.n������ sign it. At noon on Thursday _Mi*w* McDonald, the (-upervimot',  had the required 40 rianipt*, but fc������. remaining until noon today milking a  hustle to get the Hat up to at itaiat -IB.  Crop Report is  Qiaite Optimistic  Reporting to the department at  Victoria on May 24th C. B. Twigg, the  local "horticulturist, writes:  "Last week was cool, cloudy^ with  light occasional - showers. It has  checked premature ripening of-strawberries and allowed plant growth to  increase its foliage and normal development, r "������������������  y ''Strawberries will start to move  this week in small quantities.as ripe  Individual berries were picked last  week in several patches at Wynndel  and Canyon..  "Raspberries and blackberries are in  bloom and the young .canes.are growing vigorously. The appearance of  the rows has improved greatly dne to  the increase in foliage gi-owth.  '"���������Tomato planting is about finished.  -Mriatco  "The Universal Wallboard '*  -i  Canadian Pacific   to Operate  Special Congress,Trains  Contains No Pulp or  Composition  This three-ply all veneer waUboard gives strength-arid durability���������besides the  add<fed advantage ot the beautiful grain of the natural wood.  LAMATCO is made of three layers of cross-i  -with our special waterproof glue and patented hot pi  ed veneer, cemented together  te processes. ���������  LAMATCO will not peel or come apart when exposed to moisture,  water or givelit .be boiling test and be convinced. - , ' -  Soak it tn  The 28th International Bnchai-istic  Congress, to be held in Chicago, June  20 to 24,1928. will be one of the great-  est religious demomstrations that tbe  world has ever seen, y  "With the sanction, of the Ecclesiastical Authorities" and, for.the' conveni-  ��������� -a  ence of people . of Western j; Canada,  who will attend the Congress, the  Canadian Pacific will operate special  ������������������Congress Trains," starting from  Moose Jaw ar.d* Winnipeg. The  Moose Jaw Special will leave 5.30 p.m.,  June 18th; the Winnipeg Special 8.15  a.m. June 19th. These specials will  carry equipment of the latest type,  and provide a fine, fast through service to Chicago. '  Special sleeping cars will start from  various points in the west and attach  ed to the '.'Congress Special*   at Moose  Jaw and Winnipeg. 7~  Reduced Railway Fares  Reduced railway fare tickets ~ from  I  For natural grain panelling use Lamatco Finishes and get perfect resulte-  For .Sale By  C. A. ROBINSON. Canyon  Manufactured by  LAMINATED MATERIALS CO., Ltd.  New Westminster, B.���������.  xcursions  Daily May 15 to September 30  Pacific  Coast  500 Milesjof Magnificent  Mountain Scenery,  through the World*  renowned Resorts :���������  Banff, Lake Louise,  Emerald Lake, and  Sicamous.  "-^���������4  Eastern  Canada  A choice of routes���������  "Via all rail, or  Lake and rail.  Three trains daily���������  Three sailings weekly.  Alaska  .   THE MYSTIC  NORTHLAND.  Special* Summer Fares.  From Vancouver and  return $90, Meals and  Berth  included ou   a  Palatial Princess liner  The total planting will not be so large I stations   in   "Western   Cinada will be  as that of last year. placed on sale June 16th to 22nd, bear.  "The orchards are looking well, and  are "putting on young growth vigoi-  ou-sly. Some . reports state bh*it the  Mcintosh have started to drop already  but it will 'he some weeks before a  crop estimate can be formed."      .. ^_^  Ganyon  Miss Beggin, who has been making  her homo with . Mr. and Mrs. Knott  for some months past; left a few days  ago for her home in Vancouver. ^  W. Lasher of Glenlilly wasd weekend visitor with Mr. and .Mrs. Knott.  Mrs. Halstead and -daughter arrived  b-ick from "Winnipeg, Man., 1 -st week,  making a short stop ut Kimberiey,  where she visited her daughter, Mrs.  Ernest Langston. __.- '  Miss Muriel Knott was home from  Glenlilly for the weekend, taking in  Chautauqua at Creston on Saturday.  "Canyon's junior baseball team play.  ed the return game at Kitchener on  Saturday afternoon 'and were beaten  again, this time by a IT to 12 score.  Canyon ha.l a visit from a hail,  stoi-iii on Thursday but little, if any,  damage was done.  Orch-ivdists all agree that the apple  crop is setting well. The trees got  the final spray at the end of the week.  ing a final return limit-"to July 2nd,  1928. These tickets will be honored on  regular or Special trains.  The Oanadian Pacific are-in a position to make hotel7reservations in  Chicage, whereby.; pussengeas may'  cojpnplete every detail of their arrangements prior to departure. As thousands -vilI attendy this event, those  who intend making the t**ip should  confmunicate as early as possible with  the Ticket Agent in 'ordor that  desired accommodation may be  secured.  Eucharistic  ^Congress  CHICAGO, JUNE.20-24, 192CL...  Por Literature, Pares. Routes, Etc.,  ask the Ticket Agent.  Overseas Tonrs  SPECIALLY CONDUCTED  TOURS TO GREAT  BRITAIN and  the  CONTINENT.  UNITED STATES  DAILY MAY 22 to SEPTEMBER 15  To Minneapolis. St. Paul, Chicago, New York, and other large centres.  For full information ask any Ticket Agent of the /  PACIFIC  CANADIAN  ISfil  Village clerk Taylor hint* just lecelv-  twl     till:!    W2i>   ttUpply    wlf    d<Jg    li4#l'J   .and  canine owers should viiHifc the city hall  and'"secure their number plate. The  distinction of taking out the first dog  UcorisiT'tn Creston wr-nit t*������ &���������������<*. Johnson, whoue white Biberniun ' steak  eater ilu adorned with Tug No, I.  "Jiggf*,"   the   Hevlovv"-"   jusntly-fnmed  Alll-t.-lLl.2l*    ���������������>       I'-'IVsJ'Ijiy      1,1 j^"    Tvala.    2.        T3'jf:  Litter willy flhnrild have h-nd firsit  menl-ion had not Clerk Tj������ylc������r enforced  thi? Ihw of Indies, first,  Unemtiiin w������athi-������r k*-pt d<������wirii Hit*  attendaiince somewhat nt fch������������i -rriamriiunity chuirch fifrvice mt Mir- f."hrttitntt-qii������rt  tent on Sundny   night which   ivaa in  IlilHII'I^H  Iff r*'nr������l.'M a>  }.);. ! y" ..all!    III: a"d HiCiTi.  Roy Pease a Benedict  The following from the Vuncouuer  Dwily Province will be rend with a  great dejil of interest by resident*! of  this district, the groom hehlg Roy  Peat-*-, formerly of Alice Siding, who  moved to the coast with his parents,  Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Peime, about  seven years ngo, and has a lucrative  poHition with ������i Vancouver firm. A  huKt of friends will extend bent wIbUch  0>or a long and happy lif*). The report  of the happy event read**:  "The home ^if Mr, and Mrs. Edwin  Urwin. lStOO Fifty Sixth Averum East,  South Vancouver, wu������ the Hceno of a.  vi-ry pretty wdding on Wednenday  evening, May Ifrtii, when their daughter, fl.-k.ii,. wi������������ united in rnnri'lnge  with Kdvvln Delroy I'imuw, yoiingnat  t������em rvf Mr. niarid Mru. W. A. Peane of  Orentnn, Tt^v. II. W. Mcleod ofttol-  ..���������t'ed.    The bride, who entered on tho  ;. p,vj   (-��������� *"   t-jT  *"'1 t I"'1**     I'.'-l'-"'!   fhl'l-fyibltf    Ita"  . a*  l, _v^������ II,  Your "feet need comfort both when working  and at.other times.    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Mr. and Mrs.: .Andy Wickholm, of  the Tourist restaurant, "made a trip to  Canyon by auto' on Wednesday* returning the eame evening.  '  Roy- Burch, fire warden" of��������� this  district,.,, came from Yahk on Thursday, on business.....  Jack. McConib .and -Lewis Desauln-  iers made a trip to Creston on Friday  on business. Jack 6i������ahani was at  Creston the Tsaine day on business  affairs. " y  ML&s Myrtle Wickholm and Esther  yNelspn went to Canyon on Eriday for  a few   days,   stay   ut- the* Wickholm  sanch. "  *** "-1  Mrs. Gr., A. "Hunt, Miss Grace Rend-  all, .Mildred Andeen and Clara Hunt,  spent the weekend at the Hunt .ranch  | at Eriekson. ." ~*  Mr. and Mrs., JLytle and " family of  Creston- spent "the weekend herie.  guests of Mr. audyMrs. Dan McDonald,  whe men iOia going up -oaoat ���������.���������.svsi* on  a fishing trip on Monday, 24tb." * *"  Mrs. "Joe Langlois of the Ktissel  Hotel made a business -trip to Creston  on Monday, leturnitig the following  day.  Mrs. Walter Walby left on Tuesday  for Cran book, where the is a patient  in -St. Eugene hospital. She has not  enjoyed real good health ������for some  time... *  A. A. Frechette, president of the  two-intone snap and hook company.  Nelson*, catne up on Monday on. business, returning next day.    -  Mits Aunie'Terbury came lipTon  Monday evening to stny with, hla* sister, Mrs. Dan McKee," \ihiie 7 her  mother is abroad.  well as this was the first game of the  season; find we'hope more victories  will be chalked up by them, and they  will get plenty of support from all  sides. We understand Canyon will  play here on May 429th.  Kitchener    baseball   team   was    at  home "to   Creston . team on   Sunday,  May 23rd.    After a spirited and exciting   game Kitchener went- down   to  defeat by one run.    At the eud of the)  seventh inning the visitors were leading 10 to 3.    After this, due to some  splendid batting by the locals, supplemented by the enthusiastic help of the  rooters, such a change came over the  play that at the end of the ninth inning   the score was shown- at 10  all.  The   tenth frame saw    Creston   score  twice, while Kitchener's best effort wa  but one tally, giving Creston the decision by h final count of 12-11.    It' was a  good game,     and the best of  feeling  prevailed between the teams throughout.    IfKitchener will only remember  that success depends as much on gdod  work in the field as well as at bat we  shall have'more victories  than defeats  to chronicle this season.  DIVERSION AND USE  Take notice that C. E. Rodgers. wilose actress is Oakesdale, "Washii ������������������ ���������**" ������--���������������  a license to take and use                _       nNU^CU-D,   WJIUCW   ������U_L-  dress is Oakesdale, "Washington, -will apply for  four second feet of  water out of Porcupine Creek, which flows  westerly and drains into Salmon River, about  one and one quartei* miles south of Ymir. The ���������  water will be diverted from the stream at a  point about fifteen hundred feet above burned  qown sawmill on Porcupine Creek, and will be  used for power purposes for mining purposes  upon the Dewey Group, described as adjoining  Jubilee Lot 3026, Crown-Grant M.C. Blue Eyed  Nelly No. 293669M.C. This notice was posted on  the ground on 18th da? of May; 1926, A oopy ofi  this notice and an application pursuant thereto  and to the Water Act will be filed iatbg office  of the Water Recorder at Kelson, B.C. Objections to the application may be filed with the-  said Water Recorder, or with the Comptroller  of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, victoria, B.C.. within thirty days after the first appearance of this notice in a local newspaper.  "O. B^RODCtERS, Applicant.  By ALFRED H. W. CROSSIiEY, Agent  -Date of the first publication of tbis notice is  June 4,1926.  ' Mr. and Mrs.-Carl Andersonyspent  the weekend .^'itb friends *"ih^Cranbrook, getting back on Sunday.  We had a frost on Monday night,  121th, bt.it it did not do innch damage  toggardensjjor atpiathaway's farms.  Kitchener hai quite a representative  delegation tit the 24th o<* May dance at  'Creston, those"'" going from here  including MissesJSsther Nelson, "Laura  Andeen, EdIthy Geroux aud Messrs.  Alex: "Mennie, J Ed. Renstrom. Mack  Brogan, Alf. Speaker and JackMc-  Comb.  Eriekson was-favored, with "the  presence of quite.a galaxy of Kitchener citizens- for the2#fch of May holiday-  The travellers' went up by motor and  included Mr. and Mrs. B. Johnson nnd  sou,y Robert; Mrs. E. Driffil Misses  Alma Sesaul-tiers and Ellen-Andeen,  and Messrs. E. McFarlane and Harvey  Joyce. .""  A picnic given by the ladies and  men of Kitchener was tendered children and adults alike nn May 24th.  Lunch was served oij the Recreation  grounds, and later all went- to the  baseball, park where games were played, graces p niled off, and a ball s?ame  plwyed between the'women and boys,  the women winning by 7 tp 3. Although it rained., so meTyeve'ryono  enjoyed the outing..  Base bull match was played between  the Kitchener and Canyon intermediate teams at Canyon on Saturday,  Kitchener winniug by a23 to 12 score.  We congratulate the boys on doing su  MINERAL. ACT  (FORM F.)  Certificate of Improvements  NQTJGEi  Lucky Boy and Lucky ^ Boy  Fractional  DM**-eral     Claims,   situated'   in    the  {^Nelson Mining Division of Kootenay I  eo District.      Where located: On Sheep  about six miles from Salmo.  1 TAKEfNOTICK that I, A. H. Green, acting  as agent, for August Schwinke, Free Miner's  Certificate No.65M65c. intend, sixty days front  the date hereof**!������ apply to the Mining--Recoriter  fbr a Certificate of Improvements far the-pur-  pose of obtaining, a Crpwn Grant of the above  claims. ~-   _ - ���������       ....  And farther take notice that action.under  Section 86, uiust be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 6th day of April, 192&  -     . . A. H. GREEN  . SYNOPSIS OF .  iaNUAITAMEMNIS  PRE-EMPTION 3  Vacant,       unreserved,       sairveyed  ,rown-lands may be pre-empted by  sritisb. oubjecta over 18 years of age,  tnd by. aliens on-declaring Intention  r.o   become   BrltiBh - mxbjecta, -conditional   upon . residency    occupation,  -tnd   improvement   for    agricultural  purposes.   / ,  Full information concerning regu-  attons regarding pre^emptlona Is  Siven in Bulletin No..l, Ijand Series.  ���������'How to Pre-empt XJand,*" copies of  which* can be obtained free of charge  ay -addressing the Department" of  Uan-ls; "Victoria, B.C-, or to any Oov-  ?rnme&t Agent.  Records will "be granted covering  unly land suitable for agricultural  purposes, and which ls not tlmber-  ._and, i-e^- carrying over 5.000 board  feet per acre weatt of the Coast Hange  and 8,000 feet per acre east of that  Rang^  'Applications for pre-emptions are  so be addressed to tbe .Land Commissioner of the Uand Recording Dt-  . vision, in which, the land applied for  is situated, and are made on printed  iorcos,- copies of -which- can ' be ob-  taineu' froaa Eh* X*aiiu CosninSaaloner.  Pre-emptions must be occupied for  five years aajl Improvements made  to "value of\910  per acre,  including-  clearing and cultivating^ at least five  acres, before a Crown Grant can be  received.       ' -   "Per more detailed* Information see  the Bulletin "How. to Pre-empt  "Land." ���������        ', -  ������   -���������   PURCHASE' 9  Applications are received for pur  chase . of    vacant    and    unreserved  Crown  lands,  not being  timberland.  -  for���������agricultural purposes;   minimum  * price of first-class (arable) land is $5  .per "acre, and* second-class (grazing)  .land ~$2.60 per acre.    Further inf or -  "motion regarding  purchase - or lease  ofj Crown lands is given In Bulletin  No. 10, X������and Series,  "Purchase ahd  JLieaae -of Crown .Lands."    _.  Mill, factory, or Industrial sites on  timber land, "not exceeding 40 acres,  may,be purchased or leased, the con-  dltlons^ Including payment ot  stumpage. >  1    HOMESITE   LEASES  i Unsurveyed areas', not exceeding 20  acres, may be leased as horoesites.  conditional upon a dwelling being  erected in the first year, title being  obtainable after residence and im-  proveqaent conditions are fulfilled  and land has been surveyed.  \ LEASES  .  - For. grassing and industrial purposes areas not exceeding 640 acres  may be' leased by one person or i  company. -V - ���������  GRAZING  ..- Under tjie Grazing Act the Prov -  lnce is divided into -grazing districts  and the range administered under i  Grazing Commissioner.        Annuai  grazing nermits are issued based on  numbers ranged, priority being, given  tx������ established'owners. Stoek-owners  may "form * associations for rans-e  "management. JTJree, or^partially. free,  r>ermitj5. .are available" .for settlers.  hampers and travellers, up to ten  ;ft���������������jad-  ^SW?".  m  DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS.  - Notice to Contractors  ORKSTON WLEOTORAI. DISTRIOT.  S/ioveacres- Bridge No. 10" ISO  over Slocan River  _x*-K5_"te_._  mm������  "*  To Send Money ^  use the Money Orders  sold at all branches of this  Bank*  They are safe, cheap and  1     ..tonyenieiit������' and art,.  readily cashed in all parts  of the world.  THE CANADIAN BANK  wflkJmR      mf^mfm\mm.4*flm\AXS'm^ i^T2  -Cmpi-tnl Paid Up $20,000,000  Reserve Fund $20^00.000  Creston Branch  _t>. T. Skarlmgeour, Manager  Sealed tondora, ondoraod '.'Tender for Shoro-  aoroa BrldKo.*" will bo rocetvod by tho Minister  ot Publio works up to 12 o'clock noon, of Frl-  dw, tho ICIfflitoonth (18t_h)> day of Juno, 11*20, for  tho erection of tho nbovo-namod bridgo.    .  Plans, Tender Forms, Contract and Snoclflco-  tlona may bo soon on acid after tho Twonty-  KlKhth (28fch> day pf May, 1KM, at tlio Depart-  _ - Ollloe ah  . _ Oflflco, Court  obtained at any  bBDBEB  ipl ....   -.  of tliono plaoos on payment; of a dopoait of Ton  80) Dollam, which will bo rof uncle "  ie plans, etc, In good oonilfUon,  jf unclo-1 on return of  iCaeh tondor tniwt bo aocompanlivl by an  nocoptod bank oheqno on n. ohnrtorod hank of  Ountula. made payablo in; Ue Mlnintor bf Public  Worka for tho nam of Two i'hou-iand rta,0Oao0)  Dallam, which Hhall bo forfeited If the party  tondorlnflrdeolinea to ontor into contract wbon  call ml upon to rt o no.  '1'j.io Glit-quo ui.' tlio tJuocD^Jiful i.ciiaJ"jr-_)������. will ho  retained tun noourlty for .the duo and faithful  performiuioe of th������ work till tho HJit.inlfiiot.ory  completion of tho contract,  Tomtera will not bo onmil-luro-l unloHR mndo  tint on tho forms anhnUoa and a   Actual Htitnatiiro ot Ifio tend or er.  and olffnod with tlio  Ttip lpwoab ������r any tonder not nocoooarlly  ���������0OvU*X' "' P.nm.iP, '  DoputyMlniHter and Public  .^. ...   .���������WprkflMnclnccr.  Doi>artmont of Piibllo Wprkii.   '  Parllfimenfc Hnllrtiiiifim, VlotJfiria, B.O.  Tia-ty 21, itt?!������.     "  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  MEAT MERCHANTS  |TRY OUR  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economical cltsh. easy to serve.  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON ana\\LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  ' Government &-ra&->c"t. lilfjhcfit quality.  FRESH md CURED FISH  *all varieties.  Choicest BEEJh. PORK. MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BURNS' IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  increases egg production and pi-odueoa better poultry.    Buy the best.  mmmmtmimmmwmmimmimmmmmMmmm  mmtmmmm..  _W|_Bgg__*_ti*������g__gJB!_Blfl'*J^W  M^ii-rJB������^������aB_y  ^^M^^^^^^^^^^^SS^  Mggasa  wfw&m  wttwaHmamsmuK*a  mmmimmm*  wmt*YitS^Mm������4^i6������^w^mm^m4 THE   R&VIEW,   CRESTON,   B.   a  43?  ..���������Xxf-  Builds iip  weak bodies  -''Headaches, tierc-  ousness and dizzs  spells were fre  guent. I wasted to  89 lbs. After sixth  bottle of Tanlac,  weigh 101 lbs., eat  and sleep normally  again, have no aches  or nervousness.1'.  Mile. Jeanne A ubin,  1946 Chateaubriand  Ave., Montreal.  -PromJMother Nature's storehouse.  Vre have gathered the roots, bark's  and herbs which are compounded,  under the famous Tanlac formula,  to make Tanlac.  If your "body Is weak and undernourished, if you can't sleep or eat,  have stomach trouble or burning  rheumatism, just you see how  quickly Tanlac can help you hack  to health' and strength.  "  Don't 7delay taking Tanlac another day. Stop'at your druggist's  now and get a bottle of this, the greatest of all tonics. Take Tanlac Vegetable Pills for constipation.  To Advertise Canada Abroad  Special Canadian Supplement of the  Christian Science Monitor  .What Canada needs -at the present  Lime more than = anything else is ad-  vertising in ^tliose other countries of  the world'-where, there is capital looking for Investment and people looking  for   opportunities   to   get  away   from  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  Engineer Evolves Aerial Train  Dirigibles Linked Together Will: Have  Speed of, 100 Miles An Hour  An aerial train consisting of separate dirigibles linked together, has.  been evolved by a Detroit--engineer.;  Ii is to be eompOeted by June 1 at an,  estimated cost o!7 $2,500,000. .'This  ship;-will. have..'four units' and be cap-  forbidding conditions ynd- est ab' isli _ able of "transporting ...240 passengers,  themselves where they will have a [24,0.00 pounds7oE luggage and forty  new chance in the new world. J tons  of express  and  n.t^il.      Another  This country has got' evei-ything \ depsirtm-e from existiug types is the  that the surplus men and the 'surplus ! plan of tlie invent or to equip tlie ship  money of: older nations ��������� may bo look- ] with, wings,  of which each  unit  will  Sv. !!::;.:=__I  0\  The United States is to participate  in the world's poultry congress to be  held  in Ottawa  In 1927.  Thomas Burberry, the inventor ol  waterproof clothing bearing his name,  died April'6, in England.      ...    '.  To commemorate Good Friday, King  Alfonso ������������������ commuted death sentences  against nine persons, including two  women. t       '  Silver black Coxes sold last year by  fox farmers of Prince Edward Island  had a total value of more than-$2,000,-  000. w      ' ~  '  Bringing virtually every city in the  Pacific Northwest to within'-approximately 40 hours of New York City, the  Pasco-Elko air mail service has started.'  Traffic regulation of the pedestrian  as well as the'motorist-was adopted  as an underlying principle ol" . the  model traffic code at the national conference, at Washington on ' street and  highway safety. ���������  ing for���������evei"5rthing in the way of opportunity, for the investment of capital and where landless people can acquire -homesteads ��������� axid set up enterprising communities.  -The time is ripe for Canada "to present her"case" to" the world and in securing this foreign advertising, we. believe the special Canadian "supplement  to The Christian Science Monitor:  which will be issued next month, will  do important service. There will be  aii issue of 250,000 copies, of which  100,000 will circulate in the United  State;?/ 50,000 in.. Europe and Austra-i  lia "and 100,000 in Canada, largely for  mailing abroad.���������Toronto Star.  ^22������fr*  . shi0n;_  With so thorough a preparation-at  hand as Miller's Worm Powders the  mother who allows her children to  suffer from the ravages of worms is  unwise and culpably careless. A  child subjected to the attacks of  worms i.s always unhealthy, and will  be stunted in ^is growth. *-* It as a  merciful act to rid. it of these destructive parasites, especially when it can  be  done without difficulty.  It i.s sahl that woman shares man's  gripr, doubt'-* his joys and trebles his  expanses.  Minard's "Lrniment for colds  have'.four.'  the train is  ii  The   estimated  speed  100 miles an hour.  U  "mmsmssmts.  Wn *   '"Pi: WW' 'X'  :"���������&:���������  ���������Ul-J'St" ���������,t** lift ������������������'-  #������������������������#'���������''���������!'!  -s* ''1$  |p||^^|pg^i^ytK|I|l  DIAMOND DYES"  COLOR THINGS  *.        ������������������jr ���������  Jtist    Dip  E  to    Tint  to Dye  or   Boil  Each 15-cent 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, Z hangings  ���������-everything! 7_ ������  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.  Northern Ireland Has Many Autos*  Northern Ireland, although better  served by-railways than the Irish Free"  State, has an automobile for every  foi-ty inhabitants. In Southern Ireland there is only one motor vehicle  for every eighty inhabitants. ,  The pest Medicine -  Have Ever Tak$n  So Says Mr. Arthur Simmons Of  Dodd's Kidney Ms  P.E.I   Man  Used Them  For  and Headaches  Sore Back  ������tcmr  1057  HaJH ���������  1062  "���������Kovp iti-jUu- ihost*- fire-lines*, ihere!"  ���������'But I'm a reporter.." "Well, il" you  M-imt. to know anythin.iT --bout ihe lire.  read   "���������oirioi-r-iw'H   p������pf?r,"  fa,'w.   "-.), "mmm~-W^:IT^ll-^lpk"'! r.Kr" <"___"*    '''  ^~-J.**;*,r-v"W������ FjI''#9V tii kt PS-*m* ���������.-,������������������.  J '*MS5,J%_F*iORA^El_y  "^mmtw-  Miscouche, P.E.I.���������(Special).���������That  Backache and Headaches are caused  by weak kidneys and that the right  way' to treat them.-is to use Dodd's  Kidney" Pills, is again shown by the  experience of Mr. A. Simmons, a "ttrell-  known and highly respected resident  of this place.  "Dodd's Kidney Pills have been, a  great help to me. Before I started  to take them I had severe pains in  ray' back and suffered witli" terrible  headaches. I felt well after I had  taken the first "box and. now I.am taking them all the time. They are the  best pills I have ever taken."  The work of the kidneys is to strain  the impurities out of the blood. It is  necessary work II' the body is to be  kept healthy. It is a trying work, for  the kidneys are constantly in contact  with tho seeds ol" disease.  ���������  Horizontal  1���������Part of a play.  5���������Fastens.  11���������Cover.  12���������Lfess .ruddy. ' '  13���������River  of "Russia  15���������Protective     covering  of cloth.  16���������Preposition.  17���������Heir. y    '.- yy......  18���������Assemblage  of ship^  19���������Rotund.    ���������.������������������;-.  20-^���������After' Christ *h( abbr.)  21���������-Aches.  22���������Obstruct.    ��������� ..- _.~  23-���������Weaned, by- dullness  24���������Inn.  26���������"Etegal     claim     upon  property.  27���������Possess.  2s���������Revolves .     > .  30-���������Ceremonials.'  31���������Insect. ^  32���������Responsibilities  33���������Near.  34���������Strange.  35���������Obliterated.  36���������Beverage,.  37���������Like.      ,',��������������� '"  3i>���������Recent candidate for  president'"of \J.  S.  39���������Teller   of  falsehoods  40���������Intoned.    .  41���������Ever (poet.).  4 2���������High way s.  43���������Flowers.  Vertical"  1���������Minced nieat seasoned* with   sage,    salt,  pepper, etc.   (pi.).  2���������Ardor     inspired     by  etyt-hasiasm.  3���������Nothing.  A���������Man's name.  5���������Subjoin.  6.���������Nostrils. .���������  7���������-Coagulate;  8���������-Female   bixd.  ���������������Correlative*"of either.  10���������Mark.  14���������Wand.  15-^Foreign.  .16���������Domesticate.  IS���������T r a n s p ortation  charges.  19���������Rulers of destiny.  21���������Indicate.      -%  22���������Birds of peace.  23���������Sightless.  24���������vDcsniscdi.  25���������Lanips.    .  27,���������-Engages.  29���������Cushions.  30----Swift current    in ..a  river.       * -."'."'  32���������Carnivorous   {urbear-  Ing animal.  33���������Wing-like., organ.  34-���������Cereal grass.  35���������Grow pale.  36���������MelodTes.  3S-Tr-Fehiale deer.        *  3">���������F*fth     sign    of    the  zodiac.  40���������Initials     of     famous  American president.  41���������Suffix denoting agent  Answer to Last Week's Puzzle  5   "  clelieio'Eis crefiM  dishes. rfrar������riesi  _ mm **0  Z2ZZZJZL  l^es^Bnoaf*^:  Fabric   Combinations   Achieve   Smartness In Two-Piece Frocks  Fashion's fancy for combining two  ! materials in oiie-costxime iS-.charming-  ily expressed in this model which has  j ilaring skirt, round collar and- bauds  j oa the sleeves oC navy-blue taffeta  ! pi aided in red, yellow and white, while  , the overblouso is aol" navy-blue crepo  i sal in. Raglan sloevps are a feature  | of the blouse, which slips on over the  ' ht-ad,--fastening under a flat plait, and  Lr> banded at the hips, giving the new  , blouseil t.ffect. The skirt i^ hiodo.r-  i nlely circular; open Ins? at the si 1*2 front  land .ioinocl to a fitteel band at the lia-  i "ural wniKilinn. Tf desired,, the side  I front, niicning iray be omit!fri and the i Minard's Liniment .for sore throat  i front niiidn in one piece.     The blbusR,  :   i No. 1002. i-- in slnei.    1������,    IS    and    20 j     ToastUig bread convert;-  the  si arch  | years   (or ���������������!���������.  36  and   KS jnche3   busl -j, ^ rR pa,sl| y diffestoa substance.  .only).       tSlzo   I.s   yprirs   < !*('   bust    re- j  j qnii'.'H 2'7 vnrds Sft-lnch mat-������i*inl.' Tlio j dexti-ose.  , skirl,  No.  .1067.  is  in  .sisum  26. ,2R,   IU),  :���������:-  i-32 and 34 inches waistl..    Si'-<-.'2S waist |    "Sonin people bc-lieve in luck just be-  v<���������<|ij i r<':-,  21-.   j artls  -12  or  ."> l-irn-li   rnn-'  Boys out numb or girls in the Malin,  Ore., public school, and the last graduation class was composed entirely oT  boys, ���������       -  P   A  B  Nl  ������A  mm\  ���������Xb.  Kl  N  Nt  hl  r1__2  M  rj  Mr  m  B  -������&  R  M  m  m  vim  W  m  J*  M  N  m  *&  M  ���������'^'iX/A  G  _    B*'_>,-_:  EiU  W&W  yiji.  X.  a  ���������e  D  Reading  With  A  Purpose  Find Ammunition Cache In Dublin  Two tons of high explosives, 2S"i  live bombs and hand grtenades, 5,000  spare parts of "tjombs, 5,000 pounds ot  rifle ammunition and. 10,000 detonators  in -jiddilion tb bombing machinery,  have been found in a stable in North  King Street, Dublin.  Healthy Mothers!  Healthy Children!  Of  l������-3'iiil.        fn*:"'-   :  Onr   FjiBliton  nnwcHl. Jlnd  nioi  ...-   -x:   J!*!.-ri*Ht  luiik'-r.       Prh-i'  rll(.   f i-jay.  '0 cm -ill k. i-i'cli i);illcrii.  Ilonl-t,   illiirtti'nliilg1 tlie  it p;'Ficlival K'yleH. will  !n -���������������������������'<���������.'j* lioini" <1 rrst--.-  *if  <|it>   hook   10   tionts  SiC 21-���������*<"'  How To Or-tea" Patterns  aiiiii'"'  !^^^0^^������M^^^  .--U'lnnSpi'!  \f<-|-|.������'U|rial  I-'n l."i ti   Nn, Sl/,i  Newspaper Union,  A vi*.,   Wlnni'iog  Si/,"   cause thoy never have any.  ���������������������������  Still Eiijeylrag  Life at 84"  ThaBtits To  That  Wonderful  temedy  WtWZVi  wmm  Tryv:n  'i .������ . jiicc        > < .J j j    ik).     .. 1.1 in |  < ���������.*.!>��������� Cul I J, )  i ui.aji   i dim  "V.'j- vai.i -VW.i "ii-a* itji'iivci.' Worm I"y  N'tiiailniiior   Inn-   inritr-'d   ;i.<*   ji,   iwlinlcl*- i  wm ni   |ir*'--"ii-|iliot'i anil!  II   nIWfiv.-t   niiitri-l  Uiiij,-',  jl1;   r������'t������'"*'a|' Inn. '  TlMa|*C  ���������,      '��������� I'I  lire tl,i"i7"* i'Iff I ri*- .-dj-rn. li������Nc\v  nrv.i. V. "II. aMill������r, 1813-lltli Ave.  Kiir-I, Vimco-iv*'.*, I3.C, " writes! ���������  "Five yi*art>Tu-j������ii my liunhand suffered  .err I My with ������cvn'ro n t tnr. Uh of pal-  pitutinii of Ilie heart and aniotlioriiiB  ������ptilln, ond two doc-tor;* ������1 nlcd that lie  ���������could not  ihOBsibly Hvo nix  iiioiitln*.  A fiii'iul ici-'oiiimciidcd J^!ilburji'n IT.  nnd N- I'llln, with* tlm rri-iilt tlm I. my  liut-buHd jh -.till enjoyi������nc lifo ������t this  U|*i* ut ������-l 3'Cim-n.  y ITn li������������ Improved ho -wonderfully  tlm I. Ilu <aii now climb the stiurn  VfUlinnl- h-uvimnj lliuwu uwrul piiiria ill  liirt lionrl,"  Pill    up   ei������ly   hy   Tlio   T.   Milhurn  ������'<a        I   irnlfeil      't'litolllr.,    C\\\\.  Prisoners    Had    Ingenuous    Way  Getting Into Infirmary  Criminals who .show out-of-the-way  -tastes in reading1 nro apt lo bo regard-"  ed with some suspicion by thi- prison  authorities. Somo-years ago a, liris-ibii  chaplain, who acted as librarian, casually remarked to Lhe governor on the  -s!range liking many of Lhe prisoners  displayed for a certain work on medicine. Thl.s.'isoI. the governor thinking.  Inquiries followed, and it was found  that the use of the book -was Invariably  followed by the appearance of the  reader, complete with the most convincing symptoms of some oeculi malady,'in the Infirmary. "*-w,"'  **             ������������������ , u  Saw Queen Victoria's Wedding  London Woman Aged 101  Rcmombera  Many Historic Incidents  Th-: oldest Inhabit an I, ut! Um-elly ol  London    Is   Mrs.    Emma Oliver, aged  101.      This, however, does not mean  ihn I. .*-h������; i.s   Ilu.  oldest woman  in, (ho  vast ni''(roi>)Jls oi J.oniion.    I>u< < ihat  sh-* Is Un* ivldesl. in (hi) ''<!i(.v," whieh  Ss iho business sncihm and  ilia original  'iiiclinjR of I.nndoii.     Among tho  liiidorlu hicidontsj j.1io linn noon aro the  wedding of Qu'-*en Victoria    in    :1S-I0,  | and tho DuUn of Wellington's funeral.  Sho also \v 1 fnesseda In   IS0I  lliii InuiB"  |nr;   of   th'..   pti'dlf",   ni   Ol.l    |t:ii|4.j������.  ���������The Sli-iw  St mil ;>    ,  Mrs. Phebe Claus  Hamilton, Ont.~-"I wish I were able  to   convey   to   every   weak   nnd  ailing  woman, the value of "Or. Pierce's wonderful ���������medicines  and what  they have  done for mc.    Lam the mother of six:  children and Di*. Pierce's Fayoritc Prescription was tlie only medicine I ever  took during expectancy.    I always got  along fine, it kept mc so well and strong  that I. was able to do my work" right into the last, ami I did not 'buffer with  any of the troubles that come to most  wr.ttx*' nl 1hat time.    Ah"*> I had very  little sulTcrinR.    My cliihtreu were alt  healthy and strong and 1 regained my  strength     very     quickly     afterwards.  'Favorite  Prescription'   is the  greatest  medicine   a   woman   can   take."���������Airs,  Phebc Claus, 56 Clyde St,    All clruij;-  jjists.    Tablets or liquid,      \  Send 10c to Dr. Pierce's Laboratory  in Bridgcbui'g', Ont, if you dcsiri* a  trial jikg. Favorite iJ rescript ion tablets.  **1  M,.������iw*^.iia.i,i������"ii.iaiaaiii..,.i.*aiw*^Miaaiiiali������ii,aiil������l \  THE    REVIEW,    OKESTOK    B.    C.  Motor Run On Charcoal  Fir6J   Cost Only $2.35" For Trip  of 450  -* '. Miles *  A Swedish-built motor truck, equipped wlthSg. charcoal-burning generator  and carrying a load of two and. a half  tons,"has completed a trial trip between Malmoc and Stockholm, a distance of 450 miles. The total fuel  cost is d'eclared to have been approximately $2.35.  Experiments with eha_rcoal generators have been going om'in Sweden  for some time, asjvell'as with tbo use  of a .mixture of gasoline and wood-alcohol. -JBoth methods are said to  have been perfected for commercial  purposes. Sweden has no domestic  petrolc-um supply.  ������ra)ufe,m%Mj^ Qjgpper you know]  Copyright !923byn.L. GATES  Published by arrangement with   First   National   Pictures,   Inc.  CHAPTER   II.���������Continued  . The sudden sight of* the fineries  she could not afford, either to have  or not to have, sent hor into a "torrent  of hysterical laughter. Graydon gave  e   secretary   a   hasty   sign.     ' Bo'th  tl:  ;., 4-B.*^t"/������*-;30ty_^i"*..  ,,-y.!:^'.':P;i_^ehvper,.-PihltEyey:  . ;77y^ influenza^X, aryiiffitis^ ���������  .y|y,7y.;Ca.faar^  ''" ZaZZZ-- fEo&gitisZ&i*' .Cio.t.tf sv)7'y.  :Mu)^sk&}V^gsZ ���������  '���������Spjcfn^MEpicA0CdZJ  '.''' ;",f.'CO'SHE,'iy'v: l 'r^-'o-Vy '-:��������� "���������-"''  DISTEMPER  COMPOUND  conviction  women  and  A long time a f ter wards; when  Joanna of the skirts too short and lips  too red and tongue too pert had become a Golden Girl around whom a  vortex raged, she remembered Gray-  don's reply to her whispered appeal:  waited until the girl in the chair qulei- ^ "wish that I might "show you,  ed, her laughter dying away in. stifled-mjr dear; but it is .<2_Very girl's burden  sobs. The secretary moved towards" to choose for herself.'"- And as each  her, then, and held out her wrap. one ������r >'01"- make your choice, the world  /Automatically.- Joanna drew the becomes better or worse. You. may  cloak around her slender figure. e������ eUher to the rdSht���������������*-' to the left!"  Then she fiied her hat. Suddenly"1 ' Wll<?n th* doc>r closed behind the girl  shei .tui-nfeti; faced. Graydon again and iwll������ hacl beea "Miss^Twent-f-seven of  cried "out.to him:- . the  siIks>" Graydon asked  the secre-  "But    what ' am    I to do���������with the  t&ry- lP &et for him- on the telephone,  money?"      .* *- t3ie    bank   whose    letter Joanna had  v The man answered in the even, cur- j wonderlngly carried away in her  iously conyineing manner that so com- hands*- "Ask that I-have Mr. Eggle-  pletely baffled her: "That is one ot ston* "rHe is expecting a call from  the, questions T  may riot answer.      l,me" '  shall be eager to know what your de- ,The telephone cbnyrrsation was  cisions will be."'������ brief.        Graydon    seemed    only    lo  Hhe secretary would have  comfort-  wish   tbat llis   friend,   the ..closest of  ed the girl; wc-M have talten her arm ; tlie    friends   -of - his * "elderly    years, j     " "   ''^kZZ^Z  ajuTled her but into the store and to  ^ould  know that  "she"  was  on her;'rtaa tdKen  "the' street, but Graydon sta>������ed her way to the b*\nk������" >hat "sl,e" would be  with a motion of his hands as it what- there ia a' few* minutes.  ever Joaflna was to lace, she must -At the "other end o������ tlie wire An-  fa.ee it alone. Joanna groped her wa*- drew Eggleston^a gray man who might  across the office and the reception have been moulded from the same  room. The secretary held open for pattern that had shaped Graydon ex-  he r  the outer'door.      For a 'moment;' cept that the lines ot his lace  were  she -leaned . j against it.      Before her  sterner, the lights of "his eyes less gen-  oyes the "busy people who. hurried We> and his gestures more spasmodic,  through -the passage ways between would have had his friend say more,  the partitions of. the cubbyholes on Jle was unhappy with his own curjo-  tlie ���������'ofllce floor" seemed to be sity. Andrew Eggleston, chairman "ol  s'w'mmers iny a whirlpool. She felt lhe board ofthe great banking in stitu-  that  Graydon  had .followed   her  and tion, and liim^ell' one or the worldj's  I'ichest men, was totally unfamiliar  with a sense of curiosity aboui, his  bank's natrons. Yet he wanted to  know how "she;' suddenly had become  possessor of the not inconsequential  sum of one million dollars. He attempted to keep his friend, Graydon,  on the line.  "What did she  take    it?       Did.  damn it, man!  to   say 1      That  \-V as   standing   close,  ing she asked,  her  ly above a whisper:  "Which way do I go?"  "Without  voice  rising  turn-  bare-  THIS WOMAN  NOW WEIL  Her Suffering Relieved and  Health Restored by Lydia  E. Pinkham's Vegetable  ^Compound  .   , rirmJ...: ���������������*.*_���������������___���������������������������������."  Toronto, On tario. ��������� "I am certainly*  very grateful for the benefit 1 have received from Lydia E. Pinkhani'a Vegetable Compound, ;also the Sanative  Wash and tho Liver Pills. In the  early spring-1 was suffering so much  from loss ol' blood that I thought I  would never be any hotter as doctor's  medicine relieved mc oijly for the  time being, I'saw the . veggtable  Compound advertised iu the 'Toronto  "���������Hat*,' and I find the Vegetable Com-  Go'und Tablets the best for me. I '  nvo boon taking them since Spring,  nnd I Intend keeping them by nie all  tho time. After rending your Private Text-Book I saw it was ncccs-  * r nry to use- Lydia R. Pinl-ham's Ssnn-  ntive Wash, and 1 can safely say I  fool a different woman. My friends  remark how well I look. I am a very  ��������� hjusy woman, hut I am ready nt nil  atiriv-r- to Vw-n^t your medieij***-"-,.''���������  SMrs. (Jhauckh Girri.N, tKitJ Lands-  duwne Avemic, Toronto, Ontario.  You mny ho having *;n evperieneo  Himilai" to'Mrs. GUI'm's and will be  interested to know what she did.  Kvery nick woman can 1'col confident  that Lydia E. rinlduun's Vegetable  Compound will helpherP since we are  told that it does help OS out of every  100 women who take it."  Jn������)!j| lv<- <l������a,nia.������ri..i(>. n"('r"i>^-*-,Vv."0\      O  W.  1 1.12 I  say?     How did she  she���������that���������is���������well.  Is that all you have  your   sales   clerk   is,  coming down tp get a million dollars?"  Eggles ton's chief 'reputation in fln-  ancftil marts���������ywas for his*, irascible  temper. He floundered. ...dreadfully  before the futility of spluttering into a  telephone. But Graydon would no:  humor him,  "Her emotlbiis at the moment, my  friend, hardly of much consequence. At any rate, I fancy she will  not haVe, recovered from them by 1hc  time" she reaches the bank. . Then  you may ostimnte .thorn for yoursolfC"  Tluubiiukoi' sought suitable phrased  with which to "express his irritation at  his iriemla'H reserve. Failing to lint!  Ib.-ni, ho clicked his receiver abruptly, Alsfb ho relieved hlim_c.lL" of. a  well roundel, sonorous oath.   ���������  A. much younger man, who idled In  the ombrasuro of a window across tho  room, laughed f-oftly. '"The adven-,  i ure beginn io Into rest; yon!" thia man  remitrketk "*l hope, for your suite,--it  liicoiuos world while."  I;:g-j;his(on glared nt tho youngor  man shavjily, bui deigned him no  reply. lie turned to the papers on  th-* table Ixdore him.  | Itrnru'i"*!-, Iho man In the- window,  '���������resumt'd IiIh Inspection of Iho minor-  !*ni!* of -th*-* rtrcnt out";"dc. Asj" oUsury���������  er, sludyhiK his face, won hi hav-v I rnc  *���������(! on ft ihe speetreB of cynicism and  would have concluded that they  stamped him as one/vfl\a harbored the  that he knew all sorts of  classified them none too  pleasantly.  The same analytical observer would  have-said* of Egglestos, arbiter of inany  oi* the world's most important affairs  that he was, a man who had lived st  life in- which* women had heen a useless ornament.  (When Joanna was out of ilie presence of Graydon and the quiet effectiveness of his.secretary, a quietness  and an efficiency that- both depressed  and fascinated her, her d&zed numbness quickened suddenly into a fever  ish excitement. That she had become a ghost in some fantastic masquerade, she was sure. Uut the thrill  of it made her pulses leap. She  wanted to rush to the silk couster and  confide her amazing mystery to her  chums there; even to confront "Mr.  Good Morning," with a pose that  would achieve its climax with the banker's letter under his nose. Then she  decided that such a display would be  premature. By this time she was at  the street entrance. The first test  had come. The "Old Man" had told  her to ask the doorman for his car  which, he had said, would be waiting  for her at the curb. She decided" to  fry it. .    ������������������  To her amazement-the doorman, resplendent in his' conglomerate livery,  seemed to expect her. A wave of his  hand brought, the limousine to the  space opposite where she waited., The  "Old Man's" chauffeur "descended and  held open the door. As she approached- him her eyes-'widened, he touched  his cap. "When she would have looked at "her letter to find the address, he  I interrupted:  'JI know where, Mass! Mr.-.Graydon gave instruction- " It's to the  bank." ' A    .-     -' *-*_'  | Never before, it seemed to Joanna,  so long to go wherever  It was headed for. Yet, really, the  chauffeur threaded trafllc skilfully.  Joanna's excitement turned suddenly  to panic when she realized that her  driver was holding his arm to ease  her to the pavement, with the arched  stone portals of the bank looming hi  front of her. A doorman responded  to a sign from the driver. There was  a low word between them. The doorman touched his cap.  . i am to take you to Mr. Eggle-  ston's rooms, Miss," he said, with a  deference which Joanna recognized, at  once. Eggleston, she tinders tood- was  the man she was to see. The utter-  drama of it all appalled her again.  She looked into the chauffeur's face  and caught, there, a gleam of understanding that, after all, she was just a  girl of the shops whose tinselled glory,  whose ornaments, airs and fashions  were only gaudy imitations of tlio  fancied vogue of smart debutantes.  She grasped, at him as a friend;  "Tell me," she pleaded, startling  the stiff formalities of the driver,ol  her employer's private car, "What Is  It they're doing to mo?"  The "Old Man's" chauffeur droppoil  his fingers  from his cap and,  in tlio  faca of this re-arrangement of caste at  if:s proper level, immediately unbent to  "'Miss Twenty-seven "of the silks." He  spoke confidentially:  4T tell you, Miss, I know nothing except that I..was to bring you here to  old Eggleston's bank. But this I'll  tell you, too, if you take it from me  my boss and your boss is 6.k., but if  he's sendaing you \p. to see his grouchy  pal Eggleston, there's somethlh' doing.  And when there's somethin' doiu" over  a pretty kj_d like 'you, watch your step  girlie; watch your step! And maybe  you'd better give nre-your number so  I can call you up when I'm off duty  after ten. You're the kind that looks  too good to be true."  (To be continued)  Nun  ������c s  A ���������S-s'scc  -* am v a*  Hid Her Qf Pimples  Cat Worries Sheep  It is rarely that farmers experience  trouble through cats worrying sheep,  but George Sperson, of East Grey, Ont., i and  reports that recently he was forced to  kill a cat- wliich had worried two sheep  to death.  Brooklyn. Mrs. Minnie Penstere  writes:���������"My pimples and black heads  got so bad I feared it was eczema. I  confided in a nurse friend of mine. I  had been troubled with constipation  and indigestion for some time. She  advised me tcTtry Carter's Litlle Liver  PIUs. You can see by my picture  that the treatment has done wonders,  I am now free from constipation.  Chronic constipation many limes  j causes      pimples.        Carter's      Littie  Liver    Pills  to eliminate  Di-uggists.  encourage  the poisons.  25 & 75c red  the    bowels  packages.  rives Out Rheumatism  Subdues Lumbago  Clever Artist Was" Handless  and  Brings  Ease    and    Comfort  Sufferer at Once  to    the  NERVILINE  Trained   Hjmself To   Hold   Brush  .    ,        Pencil With Toes  |    Alexander Alexander, who although  born without hands  gained a  consid-  j erable reputation as an artist, has just  j died at Edinburgh.  On several occasions he had paint-  Those who seek permanent relief !inss huri^ at exhibitions of the Royal  rrom the grinding pain of Rheumatism ; Scottish Academy, in -,one year two  and Lumbago should read the letter of i pictures being accepted.  wrnes^������imaad* fLOm Georset������rwn' who j Since boyhood he had trained himself to hold brush or pencil with his  toes-  A King Over Pain  who    seek permanent relief  ' "I was fairly crippled- with aching  joints and Rheumatism.' Nerviline  must have been what I needed, because It cleared up.my trouble quickly/" ;. ���������.."���������. y-y ���������'���������''��������� y'/./y .:.'/." .:' .*  "If you need a reliable, strong, penetrating pain remedy, one you can depend on. get a 35c bottle of Nerviline  to-day; it will make you WelL quickly.  A  Super-Centenarian     v.  Ireland.. famous breeding, ground of  hale" and hearty old-men, has produc-  -^ .     CJ.TU*****    ���������* ... * .     - *" ���������  etl a super-centenarian. - He Is William Smith, of Dromara, County Down,  and has celebrated his 125th birthday.  He was middle aged,"according*to ordinary standards, when he went onto fight in tbe Crimean War. ' His  most strentuous exercise nowadays ts  walking a. mile, each Friday to receive  his pension. ~"  When a valuable miniature, about  one-inch in size, by a famous. Italian  artist, was defaced, Mr. Alexander undertook the delicate work of restoration, and. completed. it in 12 days.        ���������  rod.  SIXTEEN YEARS USE OF  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  Has Shown* One /Mother There is  Nothing to Equal Them  A constant use of Baby's Own Tablets for their children has proven to  th ou san d s ��������� o C ' moth ers that they are"  without an equal for babyhood and  childhood ailments. One mother,  Mrs. C. W. ��������� Jackson, R.R. 1, Gilford,  Ont.,'writes:---"We have used Baby's  Own Tablets ever since our first baby  was born sixteen years ago. We  have fine healthy children and the  Tablets is the only medicihe they received ia their early years. Our baby  is one and a half years old, is walking and talking and weighs 25 pounds.  Baby's Oyvn Tablets is the only medl-  'Cine he has ever had,"  Baby's Own Tablets are guaranteed to be absolutely safe for even  the newborn babe. Tliey aro free  from opiates and narcotics; act as a  gentle laxative on tho stomach and  bowels and 1 bus relieve constipation  and indigestion; break up colda and  simple fevers and make baby healthy  and strong.  You can get Baby's Own Tablets  from your druggist or direct by-mail  EYES  . WTtTtnrA.TE_D   BY  SUN^VINDDUST &CINDBRS  eECOMMENOEtt Cr SOLD BY DRUGGISTS 6-OPILCIANS  r_iT������ ron exux ore cace jmok. MVMKBce.cttlSAee.iwt   -"���������  '  a      .'' ���������    i    i,~    ���������     ���������  i ' i  ARET CURASLE. If you suffer from Leg  Sores or Varicose Uicers, I will send you  ABSOLUTELY f-REG a copy of my famous book that tells how to be rid of tl.es������  troubles for all time by ustng tny.re-  rilarkable painless treatment. It Is different from anything- you ever heard of.  and the result of over 35 years- specializing. Simply send-your name ������.nd address  to I>r. H. .T. WHITTIBR. Suite 29, 421  East Hth Street. Kansas. City. _Mo.  '**������  a���������-������*"  That Shocjdngiy Painful  Affliction  at 25  liams  cents a box  MpdicliKS Co.  from  The Dr. Wil-t  Brockville, Ont.     S  fr  Cuticura Soap Shampoos  Keep Tb Scalp Heahliy  Regular shampoos with a suds  of Cuticura Soap and hot water,  preceded by light applications of  Cuticura Ointment, are mo������t effective. They do much ta^tenta--!** the  scalp of dandruff, nllfty Irritation,  atlroulate circulation and-'jwomotti  the healthy condition nftcefisaty to  a luxuriant growth of hair.  U-tuuul* ������.na:.a  a in- lar -a.aa.al.  "HtunhOHM. ltd, M-M-taM'kl,''  eSn" Olntn-Aii* '.'8 n-i'l "On,  IW   Cut.acuta*  S.������������V-.ll_  ..���������Ln ,L   ��������� , '��������� "������tf ,.��������� ", un, mf 'nn',"tf i^ilii,,". .H.i.i'i. m,llrt,nr.  ' y l'_*l<*������. Home  'I'alciim Mi".  StlclV 2&c.  Little Helps For This Week  There arc few of us who have not  suffered from this trouble, but little  do we realize that in most cases it is  due to our own neglect.  Medical authorities agree that  Hemorrhoids (piles) could be largely  avoided were one to assist nature by  observing nature's laws.  Hemorrhoids are most frequently  brought about as a result of constipation. Therefore, assist nature by assuring an easy passage of the waste  ' matter, and this can best be done by  the use of Nujal.  Nujol simply softens the waste  matter, and thus permits regufiar, easy  elimination, without any overtaxing of  the intestinal muscles.  . JVujal, the scientific internal lubricant, replaces the Jack of nature's  lubricant, and obviates the possibility  of constipation.  Ask your druggist for Nttjo!- today  and remember���������look for the name  "Nniol" in red on both bottle, label  and package.  WANTED  I    will    help  lsa. -ell., 11.   '  There  thee, aalth  tlje Lord.  W  ran a whisper through the list j  on lag sky, \  "Look up and rear not, do thy work .  in Joy;  Train nerve and sinew in the glad employ  Of s-Jiuplo souls that neither strive nor  ��������� cry;   .       '       "    '  Drink happy draughts of   love   that  will not cloy;  Life .shall not full thee, for Ihy Lord  ���������i^.nlgli."  When    (to    we    lift  each other up?  Mutt v.'c* j.uln ;j h-l^'hl  fir.--1,  ..r <-.uj v.e-  reach   up   our  foohleness   logo I her   to  the, hands  Ihat do offer us a mighty  hotp from on high?     _Nea"r-dolng. nnd  ru.nr-llvhig, and near-lovlnt., thesi. life!  pnrliclos   ninlce   lhe groat  heaven, ar*  the little polarized utoms of light, all  magiieti'/,i.'d one way,  make the. grea^  blue In which (ho at a rs. 1mm  forever.  ���������Adeline T. I>, Whitney.  Mlnard'a LInlment used by physicians;  \NT   TO  11 BAR  FROM  OWNKll  of good farm or ranch ior tale.  JG.   Miller,   966K,   St.   Ave..   Bdnwnum,  Alta.  /  Mmmum^Mmmmmmxmi T^y^y~|y|^||7y^!!!^a<^  /  tin  ���������i  3  THE  CR5JSTOH  REVIEW  L^FBWkWn  o**mm  YOU CAN HELP I  B.C. FOREST SERVICE  Local and Personal  C. O. Rodgers was a business visitor  at Nelson a couple of days the latter  part of the week.  For SAliB���������Victrola,   $35;   and  one-  $15; six  records  with  each.    Cieston  Drug & Book Store.  For Sale���������Sprayer, hand or power,  80 gallon tank, relief valve, $60. "Bn--  gine, if required, $50. McMurtrie,  Greston., 7  Anglican Church Service  SUNDAY, -JUNE 6  SIRDAR���������8 and 10.30 a.m.  CANYON, 3 p.m. CKESTON7.30p.Bi.  Loyal Orange Lodge,No. 2095  Meets THIRD THURSDAY of  each month at Mercantile  Hall. "Visiting-brethren cordially invited.  W. H. CRAWFORD.W.M  Light and Heavy  ii3BjjjW-Ba^f������4Mr*^*      mVmmfW SSmW^J&S  to Or tier  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  connection  mmmm^Sm Mmm\\\^mw\w^mW JBM%m^^^^Smmm\ J^_FjH_!__^_____lB mmW LmW mmW  Shoe and Harness Repairing  .FOR /.-SA1E���������Heavy horse (weighs  about 1200), harness one wag-in. Enquire Review Office.  "Wanted���������Six strawberry pickers.  accommodation provided. Apply H.  F. Robson, "Wynndel.  Remember the baseball season" open_s  at 2.30 p.m. Sunday when Ci-eston ana  Bonners Ferry teams meet.  Mrs. B. Brawn of Sirdar was aOhin-  tanqua visitor with Mrs. Jas. Cook,  leaving./or home.yesterday.  For Rent���������7-rootn house, recently  occupied by M. Churchill. $8a month.  Apply R. Stewart,-Alice SidingV   ^ '.  WAN TED���������Girls and women for  packing- strawherries. Cp-Operative  Fruit Growers Association, Wynndel.  Jof; McLeod -of Vancouver, auditor  for the Bank of Commerce, accompanied bp his assistant, W. Currie. made  an official check up of the local branch  of the bank nt the end of the week/  Mrs. Fleetwood of Wardner bas  arriyed:to make her.home in Creston,  and isuat present occupying a house on  Victoria Avenue, spending the pur-  chase-of a small residential property. .-  / *        .  On "account of their flower show  coming so close to the regulat meeting  dayj-the June session of Creston and  District Women's Institute has been  set for the third Friday in June,  18thr  The weather of the past week has-  been showery and cooler. Another  frost touch of two degrees was experienced on Monday morning, but  was net severe enongh to do any damage.  All members should be out fqr the  June meeting of Creston Board of  Trade, at which resolutions to be  presented at the Associated Board's  convention this month will be considered.  H. S._ McCreath has traded in his  Ford truck <for a new one from the  Premier garage, and will hav** "-Buck."  Davies handling it on the strawberry  haul at Wynndel, commencing at the  end of the week.  Dr Lillie, -who hae occupied apart  ments over the Mercantile store for  the past" year, has this week moved  into the residence on Victoria Avenue  which he purchased about a year-ago  from W. B. Martin.  J. W. Hamilton, who has occupied  "the Brown residence on Vancouver  street for the past six month---, has  moved back to the ranch this week.  and is occupying the new residence  built^on it this spring.  All free miner's licenses expired at  midnight on Monday, and there has  been some msh since then to get renewals. For the yerr just, closed  deputy minir.g recorder, H. McLaren  issued 24 licenses at Creston.  Creaton will officially open the  baseball, season on Sunday afternoon,  at 2.30. when Bonners Ferry will be  here for a game with the locals. Creston is presenting a likley looking team  and a first-class game should result.  ' As a result of the reductions in the Tariff the pricesjun Ohevroleta  have been reduced to the following:  Roadster and Touring---$ 875  Coupe and Coach . 1062  Sedan 1182  Landau.----' ~~Z $1242  Commercial Chassis    668  Utility Express* l-ton~-Z 928  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 MARVBLUBE, the wonder Motor Oil about  the first bf the month. Give your car a new lease of life by using  this new process motor oil.. -    . - y  Get ourjpri'ces on Spraying Outfits.    Gopdyear Tires and Tubes.  .  PREMIER   OARAGE  PALMER   &.    MAXWELL  SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BY' GASOLINE  ���������< PARIS GREEN, 60c. II). b  *\ We are the only authorized vendors of Paris -Green. fk%  4 Parasols \  wf Choose yonrs now.  , They are going fast. \.  ^ Iqe Ore aro *  Clean fountain, Fresh Syrups, Hard Ice Cream make it  worth" your while to get Ice Cream here.    Take  some home.  GRESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE  GEO. H. TKJBUUY  Now is the time to  buy your.  I have just received a  shipment and am sell  ing it at  _______  _j___fW gB  4-Uc* lb*  while it lasts.  iff m     mwm wr\ ������*W  ^i?*' %������J- l^U  Mrs. Alfred Cutting of Fauquier is a  Chautassqus    week    visitor at  Christ  Church    recta y,    the   guest   of   Mrs.  Newby.  May was a remunerative month in  police court; circles fines collected tot-  all sng $350. The Langlois case provided most of this.  ~a*  Revenues collected at the Creston  office* of the provincial qolice for May  totally $744.    Of    this   amount   $352  came from motor license fees.  s  Cutworms are reported unusually  numerous" this season. The winter  was not severe enough to kill them off  in the usual quantities, apparently.  Creston baseball team was at *5fahk  on Sunday afternoon for the first big  out-of-town game of the season, nncl  a ten-inning contest were beaten IS lo  12.  For, Salts���������Several teams of heavy  horses at bargain prices, suitable for  logging or ranch work. Continental  Lumber & Pole Co., Ltd., Kitchener,  B.O.  Th������ Rodgers box factory commenced  work on Tuesday morning on fche  make of raspberry crates.*'Just now,  the crop of raspberries proiuisiet. to be  unusually large.  Dominion hind surveyor Cummings  and a small staff of helpers are expected in this month to definitely survey  the lands owned by the indinns on  Kootenay Fiats.  At the May meeting nf tho Rod and  Gun Club on Thursday hlghb the meni-  ders decided not to ask open season on  pheasants this year. A one day shoot  was permitted in 1025.  Mrs. Ootterill left on Wednesday for  NelHon where she will be with Mra. C.  JB. C'lirlnrsd hr*.H been ������ h'wpStnl patient  for the past couple of week, and hun  just letwrned to her homo.  At the re-org/������ nidation meeting of  thus b&bcball club on Friday night  most of the old officers wore re-elected  for 10S&0.   M. R. Joyce in the nuw man-  ���������at-l^-i", ami Ted Staple"- Im secretary.  For the nent few SimdiiyH lie v. 8.  N<jwby_ anrwHincca he wHl^daJlver a  aerieti of Jiddrf'Hi.i**. on **Th"������ I'm I bo of  the Splflt," commencing nt the even-  U_K nervine .'ikn.duy noxt, J-in.fi 0thr  Creiilaon bud itH funl boil ntotm Ell  Ht leant three yeai-H or, Biilunli.y. Ifc  .InHt'-'l Por lew*! than five milmiU-H but,  wum accompanied by a henvy wind*  nntl li* 1-eport.etl to have mnrked (miitui  vttt-ictie-������ of fruit.  Lawk Sociax.���������The Presbyterian  Ladies' Aid ai-e holding n, strawberry  social at the home of Mrs. Webster on  Wednesday, June 9th, from 3 to 6 p.m.  with home cooking and candy stalls,  free auto service from postoffice.  A   club   of  prairie   want  retail merchants on  to get in touch with rts  many growers of strawberries and all  lines of fruits as possible. Can handle  large quantities. Best of banking  reference. Write A. R. Shea, Cross-  field,   Alberta.    *  1370 crows of all ages were killed in  April and May, a total of "$137.00 being paid out in. bounty at Creston  provincial police office in the past, two  months. The big-killing was in May���������  the bounty takers waiting until the  young birds were also available. ' For  the most part the bonnty went to the  local Indians, Paskell and his wife  getting well over. $50.  SUGAR.  ���������S  SALT  ROLLED OATS, &c.  EPAIRS  Thesr machines will soon be needed for the Alfalfa and  it  is  good  policy to  look them over and  order repairs in advance:    The express on  J' small  shipments is heavy.    Let me know  yonr needs,  and   save  money oh  freight.  ,J**' -' ,fc '' '.}_'.,��������� ���������      .      ������������������ ' - . -���������  Machine Oil and Cap Grease. En-Ar-Co Motor Oil  FARMERS'SUPPLY DEPOT  Specialty  ,l: - ���������. ��������� ���������   '       '���������''.' ''     '���������''��������� ZZ~~'������������������     " -^  Blended Tea  Which we were able to procure for our  trade, will satisfy you. This particular  brand is carefully graded and selected,  and is truly a quality of rich flavor. It  makes a heavy, rich drink, and has a  deep amber color. Do not fail to try a  package of this Tea at a medium price  ���������SEVENTY CENTS A POUND.  Dry Goods    CS:      m*.  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