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ZxA-Z1:  A"-'Ar  r"i^-'yh'-'  .yV'-^y'rki  ��������� ���������   /^ ��������� ���������" ���������  X"J^P    ���������  Zdfi%Z*m*'  Vol. X^HI  Standfast CMk  Annual Ollting  The   Standfast  Bjoys -Club  of Abe  Presbyterian ChurghrhaoV their annual  picnic on Empire Day, May 24th, at  Giengariff  Park,   and_ although   the  weather was nohe too favorable there  was a good .turnout of club-members  and scholars from, the Sunday school,  to all of-whom had been extended an  invitation- to "enjoy-the day with the.  club.   "There   was a yaiied  line  of  sports and  amusements to pass, tbe  time pleasantly,* with a wo-sdersnlly  fine spread bf good things to eat at  supper  time.     The ^winners   of  the  various races were as follows:  Boys* race>under;10^���������Irvine Ferguson* Jack Johnston, Bert "Morrow.  Boys' race.over IO���������Harold Beninger  Douglas Spiers, Frank Morrow.  Boys* sack- race���������Douglas Spiers,  Jack Johnston, Bert Morrow.  Boys* S-legged raee���������Douglas Spiers  and  Harold   Beninger" 1, Frank Morrow and Bert Morrow 2, Jack John?*-*  ton and Hubert Beninger 3.  "-Boys' wheelbarrow race���������Douglas  Spiers and Harold ^McLaren 1, Herbert  Couling and Bert Morrpw 2, Harold  Beninger and Frank Morrow 3.  Boys'" horse race���������Byron Willis and  ���������Allan Speers 1. Harold  Beninger and  Ii&ine Ferguson 2, Douglas Spiers and'  Hubert Beninger 8.  Girls'" under 8 years���������Doris Ferguson  Maya Ferguson, Helen McCreath.  Girls, under 10���������Jane Ross,  Kathleen Bundy, Margaret Henderson.     -  jGirls,    over    12���������Gwen.    Webste-%  - Jessie Learmonth, Jean McCreath.  Girls', sack'>ace^���������Margaret Ferguson, Jean- McCieath. Gwen. Webster.  _H a������  "    -  Girls' 8-legged race���������Gwen Webster  and Jessie Learmonth.I, Betty Speers  and Elsa Willis 2, Margaret, Ferguson  and J^n'McCrteafsir%. j^.Zk^l' ^-:..��������� *��������� ���������  -Girls^JS-lagged. racer-i-Bet^ JSpeeye"  and Margery Learmonth 1, Jean Ross  and Doris Fei-gusbtt"!L r    "_ s        "      *  Girls" horse race���������Elsie* Spiers and"  D wis Ferguson L Gwen Webster and  Margaret   Henderson  %.    Jean    McCreath and Maye Ferguson. ,  " Since the first of the year, the club  has been reorganized and now admits  to membership only boys betwegp the  ages of nine and twelve years, and.  has a membership of 15. Ever since  its inception the useful work of, the  Standfast Club has been evidenced nnd  - - its help with .the missionary work pf  the church was specially referred loat  the provincial meeting in Vancouver  th April. The club meets twice a  month at the home of the leader, Mrs.  J. W. Dow, and the IB26 officers.are:  Fretldont, Frank Morrow; vlce-pres!--  % dent, Harold McLaren; secretary,'  Arthur Speers; treasurer, Herbert  Couling. Z'  school nine. Kitchener winning by a  margin of .23 to 16. It was most unfortunate that;-the . visitor's catcher  hurt hie^hand in -the sixth inning at  -which time the game had to be called,  as-Canyon was just "beginning "to hit  the ball and. with another..three innings to go .might easily have topped  the score. Jock. McRobb, aim Mc-  Pherson and Jack*Hale~were the pick  of the Canyon team. The return  game will be played at Kitchener on  Saturday * and .the following .Saturday  Canyon will invade Lister, s Canyon  team would appreciate a much larger  turnout at thefgames here. Saturday's  attendance was disgracefully small.  Staples Offered  Purchasing Job  Staples, manager  Eri&mkmon  Hugh Graham arrived home at the  first of-the week* from Needles, "where  he has been working all winter,^  W. H. Kemp is the latest Eriekson  ite to-fcake to gas transportation.    Be  has purchased Alf. Palmer's Ford.  Mrs. Brownrigg, sr., who has been  st&pping'vwlth Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Martin, has gone to Yahk for a visit with  her sots, Fre$. and-is accompanied by  Miss Knby Martin, who was there for  the weekend.  Mis, M. R. Palmer is a visitor witb  Nelson friends this week, a guest of  herdsughepj Mrs. Whimster.  E. Langston of Kimberiey, and Mr.  and Mrs. Harold Langston of Lister,  were' visitors at the Littiejohn home at  the* weekend.  Mrs, Charles Kelsey left last wee>_,  for Cranbrook, where "she will, make a  vitiit witb friends for a few weeks.  R. B. Staples, manager of Creston  Growers. Limited,^, made a business  trip to Calgary,-Alberta, during the  past week, and whila there made arrangements for the "sale to-theNash-  S_mington Company. Limited", of the  fruit and vegetaples to be'handled by  Greston Growers, Limited, this season  on the prairie markets.  Nash-Simihgton Company, Limited,  I intend placing' a cash buyer in British  Columbia this season tt. purchase their  supplies of fruits and vegetables from  the Okanagan. and "Creston districts.  Thisls^a new departure for this company, and one of "considerable importance to British Columbiaf ruit growers  as the Nash-Simihgton peonle's requirements are reputed to run as high  as 1500 carloads..    , y - -*  It is possible Mr. Staples may undertake this work" for the Nash-Siraington  Coaipany.'Lixnited, and the matter is  under discussion "by~"the directors of  Creston Growers, Limited, who appear  to favor the plan,"as -they feel that it  Would be to the -advantage' of the  ranchers who " sell through' "the  Growers. -^    ^ ~ _^  While Mr; * Staples' headquarters  would, probably,'bey in the Okanagan,  he would continue to supervise Creston  Growers,' Limited, and would he,in  Creston" xintil the commencement of  the carload movement.  a company "bf friends on Wednesday  last the affair being in honor- of her  daughter, Mrs. Hr-tMcDonaid, of CaL-*  gary, who is here  on a visit at present.     '        -,  Shojyery weather of the past week  has kept the strawberries coming  along fine and Alice Siding berries  should be on the market inside the  next ten days.  Mrs. McDougall returned to Kimberiey on Tuesday, after a visit with  ber parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kelly.  - Wjf&BBSl&I  4 ���������^____^��������� "*"*  The general picnic "that was to be  held last Sunday had to be postponed  owing to the bad weather. It is now  scheduled for next Sunday, May 30th.  Parties to leave the station at 11 a.m.  Ladies are. requested tp bring some  eats. A genuqpe old fashioned good  time guaranteed.  Chautauqua Open  To-Morrbw Night  In its . half dozen previous appearance in Creston Chautauqua has  submitted some good programmes���������  and eome better ones. " This year most  everyone is agreed that we are to be  favored with the best.     v  By concentrating -on butrfour days  Chautauqua,   management   has  been  able to secure quality talent- for every  performance.    In ihe music  line this  is noted in the booking of the Russian  -Cathedral Choir, an organization that  has won international fame.    In   the  play,   ������������������Cappy   -Ricks,**'    Chautauqua  patrons will see a ccmedy of  unusual  meret, whilst the two lectures,   -The  City Invincible**  and   "The    Narrow  Gate  in the   Wall   of  Life'*   present  themes and   lecturers of  outstanding  worth.   "Equally    meritorious,     too,  should'be the dramatic readings and  Mrs. R. E. Corn well, who has  been iauui������u ������*> ������������������.- ������.~������������...������. .....������������..,������.. ~���������  at Riondel on a visit with her husband |elocutionary  effort Of   Richard   Dux-  place   for  E. A. Penson "is  rented   tbe- Stiutson  -season....--     -       -   - ���������-���������  " ~Mr7 JPalethorpe _ has, 3������st a-rrlved  from Kingsgate to take charge of th^  Scsncei* Lewis ra!***H _F___i__'*thT"  Mi-8. E. Hut-kins-left at;the end of  the week oh a visit with her sister at  Strathmore. 'Alberta.    . ~  Gan&tm -City  AR, Hurl, who Hias spent the past  .mobth nt'Banif hot springs recuperating his health, anived honue nt the-  end of the week.; ���������.-'��������� aa'^A ��������� ''Ziir,.  MUb F. Knotty who is tenchlng ut  Skookumohuk, was home for thn  Empire Day weekend vacation.      w    -  The* Epwbrth League of Oimyon  United Church have aelectsti Thuw-  day, Juno Bid, for the annual picnic,,  which will be held at Arrow Creek  tbis year/ yy..; -,���������.���������'' *���������������,.  Mr. and Mrs. Jackson of Calgary,  AlbortMi motored in -at the tveekejnd  fur ..a short viBifc with iMr..-, unci Mli*a.  Jim Bateman.   The ladles are slsterR.  ��������� 'Rov, Mr. 'Dingle of.W.ar^m-r^who  hua- bden a viaitor with Mr, and^'''*Mirja;;  Knott, was in charge <>f the servic&^it'  the United  Church on  Sunday night.  Although four degree's of frostfcTja  Hupmted at Other points in the VhHey  on Tueadiiy morning, ranchei* along  the main liiglivsruy rep-ut no damage  to vl'huUiuIo ci-epu iticuliy.  J* ick" M u Ui > bb, (vv ho 1 h work log at  the Oontinnntiil mine. Is giving variety"  to his ocenpution aa blacksmith by  doing a little beat* trapping. AUeady  I hi������ fioiiaon he Iwm take*- two turuim*.  The baaebiilS Heauon opunud here oh  tbe Fleming Hold  on'. Satunlay affcei--  _ noon  when  rt  team  trnrn   liitchenei*'  Mmhnnl ��������� Htacued up ibgalnt  the Cum yon  Frank Palmer waa a passenger webt  oh Sundav, on a visit to Nelson and  other points west.  . Mr. afid Mrs. Bill Percival and family of Yahk were here for the weekend on a**yisit with Mr. nnd, Mrs, R.  Dodds.  *��������� The8eason,8 shipping started "this  week, with gooseberries _on the move.  If we get a streak of hot weather  strawbeyries will .be going uut early  next-week.  ��������� The sharp frost reported throughout  the Valley on Tuesday morning has  done no damage .ht-rc. Tree Tfuit-*,  ati-H wherry bloonil tohiato plantB.etc,  are as healthy looking as could-be  v* i������hed.  Miss PhUpotts of Craw for Buy Is an  Eriekson visitor ai present, the guest  of the Misses Kemp.  Bob Miller and  Frank Martin left  reported to   hav* *yfpr Wynndel   last  week, where they  tlj^y;are working in the Wmlaw sawmill.  -* X. E������-03U*einsM t^hS������ling strawberry  crates hohfe bythfe hrt^^cfet .load/an^  from appearances will have .ayrenaark-  ably fine be__-ry7������rop thisyea>>    -    "_-j.  Mrsl McFarlane. who moved into  this section from .Creston. about a  month ago, left with the- family for  Arrowhead about tbe middle .of the  "month.  returned on Tuesday, to pack the  household effects and returned to that  place, where they will reside .in future.  "Co-Operative Fruit Growers started  the shipping season on Tuesday, with  five crates of -gooseberries. A few  warm days now wilt start the strawberries moving.  A. Spencer of Canyon" arrived on  Monday to take charge of the Co-Operative books and shipping during the  .jerry season.  Wynndel Tennis Club _held another  very successful dance* in the-old school  house on Saturday night.. The hall  ��������� was more' than full/ .The music supplied by Miss D; Penson was highly  appreciated. The floor was well filled  aU-the time. , ,*  bury, a noted Old Country entertainer -well known to many Creston people.  And ithose Jin authority tell us that  the Leake Orchestral Entertainers will  put on a music night that will compare with the ������best Chautauqua has  yet submitted,  Chautauqua    opens     on   Saturday  night vwith the Leake company,  and  those who appreciate high class entertainment should secure season tickets  as every offering is-in the "too-good-  to-miss*" -class.   The tickets can be had.  from   any member of the   guarantee  comittee or at Speeis* store" Eraser's  bakery,   or Creston    Drug   &    Book  Store.   They are at the reduced price ���������  of $3.50 for adults, and the old reliable  ������1 for-children and students.  s ,From appearances there will be but  one community service in the big tent  to- sojicun.  Mrs. Hilton was hostess to the members of Chi ist.' Church Ladies* Guild  and some -invited guests, on Tuesday  afternoon, when business.and.sociability were very happily combined.  H. Brubacker is back from Arrow  Creek, and is putting out tomatoes  and other vegetable*- on the land he  cleared earlier in the year.  Ash & Webster hud "their power  spraying 'outfit busy last week doing  the spraying in a number of the smaller orchards in this district.  J. F* Rose has just completed  stumping operations, on thiee acres of  the ranch at the Webster corner, and  it* now busy with the plough getting it  ready for planting,  Mrs. Webster was at homey to quite  J.  Wood, -who has   purchased the  yf^cCarth^biock ������n  tbe Duck Gr^ek .onSunday.._This will beat 7.1E������ p.m,,  _,__._.* "_-*.- ��������������� * wi*,- r;....:^ -���������...^T--^.:���������-"^ir-Fiafid' ^it&e:.s^i������3^.wm;;c*������ -ciihea^^v-,,  Dr_, Daly of the. Presbyterian Church,  br Reiri'J*is. "Rvane, who is again supervising the circu.iti- and who may: foe  here on Sunday. "v   -  Chautauqua iwill be .the only entei-  tainuient worth while the district will  have this year*.  Don't miss it.  Hide, ofV S. .\vs= DKyjea^jpl&ee* ^"bas !������s  new -house -- neaa-ing coijiplefcioh. and.  he-has hired .several tedjaus. to haul hi^.^  furniture from the old place- at Eriekson. .. P. Andestad' has.the contract of  buildiugthe new house, and is making  very satisfactory progressr - _  Several persons are busy now budding new packing sheds. Amongst  them are A. Joy; J. Benedetti, Geo.  Huscroft and T. E. Sliugsby. If the  weather is right Wynndel should  have one of the biggest ben y crops  ever taken off in the district* With  raspberries in first-ciass shape after  their rest last year, and- a heavy crop  of tree" fruits, farmers should have a  satisfactory year���������if there are any  kind j������f prices for fruit.  -8 There will be a, dance in the old  schoolhouse on Saturday night, to  ratine enough funds for the community  picnic on Sunday.* Good music, good  floor, and a good time.. Everybody is  welcome. ��������� Ladies please bring refreshments. Gents 50 cent*". Evoryone be  out to assure a successful dance���������and  pienie. ^ ���������-A- ������������������-.  .������������������ .  SlPm-faz*  -**r  ���������V  A TRIO OF, 1926  CHAUTAUQUA ARTISTS-  '��������� MR. BRTieQT **"OY..  Olntlnauishad > Australian    violinist,  k..>..������i.lln������     ������������������������������    f������l.������i^a^������ain^<ia������   '      Unfit     Ih  m*!)...*.*** **.im1      *"���������.    mf ** *^ ...........������ .. ^.... ��������� i. . ��������� '  rajil   music  fa-e*uitlfiull.y ' ln������t<-rpr������t������d.  MR. JOHN   OUXBURY  "EnaUrK)'*   Oireatoit   R������olt������ir,**      At  r-i.n.a.t-.noiii-a hn kwdl iviaUtf  tktii  ohnr-  ������.-.ti������r*  HvSwu,   puli������.'nq   r������������lltl-a������.  - . '     DR. CiOWOON   ������-  ftMITM  With   Chautauqua,   "mho   will   olv������  %"������!������������     pm*..*    ^m������_||M|ayf_.MfaanV������.t������i|-|in.     |������K������f������W**  'of tlWm all.     . "*  Mr-i. Hugh Brock of Cranbrook.who  bas been a visitor   with  Mrs. White  side for a few days, returned home on  Saturday.  Ityr. and Mrs. Simister  of���������Creston  , were Sunday to Tuesday visitors with ���������  Mr. and Mrs. Heap.  Sid"McCabe and Ed. Brawn* of tna,  B & B crew airived on Saturday to  spend the weekend nere.   They are^at  present working at Wyeliffe.  "Bill Goodman bad an auto load ot.  Wynndel people at^Oreaton on Friday .  night for the concert in the Pariah  Hull, iaesdames Martin, Whiteside,  North" and Mr. and Mre.-Loasby went  up qhe Loasby car-  Mr. nnd Mrs. Aehcroft of Lethbridge, Alberta, who have been visitors with Mr. and Mm. Heap, left for  homo on Tuesday. y  ' Vice-presMen-La-Gra't-it'Hall and D.C*'  Coleman went weBt on Sunday to  Vancouver on a trip of ina-pection, and  ���������were accompanied by assistant euper-  Inteudent Cotlerltl. They were met at  the Landing byXlapt. Douglaa Brown,  in charge" of C.P.R. bo-ita on inland  waters. * ,  .  Master Billy Moore of Cranbrook  came dowiu ttku- thui wc^kesid on u visit  -with Mrs. Lqaaby.  Engineer W. Nell; now at Kingo-  gat^, with the Cutiilly, were visitors  .here htat ,wcek^ gueata oE Mr. and  Mrs. Cam.  Mr, and Mra. G. Cam were lit Cran-  broot tc.T Rhe Empire D*ty ���������eeHebratiion  on Monday. *  Another visitor to Cranbrook for  the big day waa W. D. Goodman, who  had'in his auto party Mm. Hoy Proctor and children, and MiBaos������ Walsh  acd Cherrington of Wynndel. He  made the round trip the same day,  making Cranbrook in foiir hours and  came homo 3n> the same time.  ������.������.y_.,__ai_.,__-_J_-_^ SB'*_Bi_iJ.j_U_*****}lj������ISII������IIJ^^  rn*  THE    REVIEW,    CKESTON.    B.    C.  A. ^Matter of   National Conce  rn  Canada uaquesiionably derives many advantages from its close proximity,  to the "United States"'with its lance population, marvellous industries, and  great wealth. Many ol these advantages' aire sosell'-eviaeM that it'"would  be a waste oC time to even, enumerate ������������������'them.''���������'���������*���������-"But, on the other hand, it is  equally-true that Canada suffers'as a result'of the very close arid intimate  relations which exist between the Dominion and its big neighbor to the south.  These advantages and disadvantages are very largely confined to the realm  ot economics. '������������������������������������'���������. 7  The subject is so* large that volumes could be'written, on it, pro and con.  Among the many phases or angles of the complex questions involved in this  very large problem, there'is one which is now the matter' of considerable discussion in Canada, because, while it is economic in its origin; it contains with-  ia-itself possibilities affecting the "w^ole social, industrial, and political life  of this country. ,,  *'Ib a sparsely settled, largely undeveloped country like Canada, -with people spread thinly over half a continent, and with some sections having little  in common, except sentimentally, with other "sections, there is naturally lacking that community of interest, and resultant national spirit and consciousness, which animates smaller arid more thickly populated ceyuntries  Dominion Revenue Increasing  Figures Show Considerable Gain Over  Preceding Year  Ordinary revenue of the Dominion  increased by nearly twenty-nine millions during the eleven months ended  February 28 last, as compared with  the previous eleven-month.period. The  monthly statement issued* by the department of finance shows total ordinary revenue for the eleven months of  $337,898,449 as compared -with ?30S,-  994,207 for t**ie previous corresponding  period. Ordinary expenditure is  about the same as a year age. On  February  28  last it totalled $276,629,-.  4i7. ;r y  What's Wrong With Canada  et back  lost weight!  is difficulty in the far eastern and far -western Provinces knowing and understanding each other, while tliese far-flung sections are not even in very close  touch and sympathy with the central Provinces, which latter are more or  less self-satisfied and self-contained and lack understanding of both the east  and west. '__-'���������'''  Halifax and St. John, are closer to Boston and New 'York than they are to  Montreal or Toronto; Montreal and Toronto are closer to New York, Philadelphia and Chicago than, they are to Winnipeg; Winnipeg is closer to Chicago  and Minneapolis than, to "Vancouver or Victoria; Vancouver is closer to Seattle,  Portland and San Francisco, than to Canadian centres. Such is the geographical position which nothing can overcome.  One "of the most effective means whereby Canadians could be made to  know and understand each other "better, and brought closer .together, is  through the medmih of national publications, weekly and monthlj- magazines  and periodicals. Valiant efforts have been put forth by public-spirited men  and women to provide such media, but with indifferent success, considering  there are nine miUion people in Canada. The reason for failure is not far to  seek. -  With a population twelve times that of Canada, United Slates publishers  can develop enormously large circulations for their magazines. As a result  they can command fabulous pi"ices for advertising from the large and wealthy  national manufacturers. With enormous revenues under their control, these  publishers can command the services of the world's best writers, artists and  illustrators. The result is they can turn out the most attractive magazines,  and of a class and at a price which Canadian publishers in their more limited  field cannot begin to approach. And, as" Canadians desire the very best obtainable in magazines, as in everything else, these United States publications  have larger circulations in Canada than our own Canadian publications.  What will be the ultimate effect of this flooding of Canadian homes with  United States publications"?      This is a question causing much concern not  only to many Canadians but to thoughtful students of affairs throughout the  ���������Empire'and in other countries,���������   Canadians are being constantly supplied with  the narrow United States viewpoint on    all    International    questions    which.  "these magazines present as seen through Uncle Sam's spectacles arid as they  affect the big republic. Canada is a member and loyal supporter of the League  of Nations, yet our people are* supplied daily, weekly, monthly, with open and  veiled criticism and denunciations of the "League.    _The "Uniteth States' viewpoint is urged as the only right, one, and all others wrong.     We are Ted upon  the open disregard i'or law which prevails throughout the United States; we" j  have hashed up to us tlie practical breakdown of the marriage tie and decent  domestic relations which characterizes the social life of the United! States today; we ate inundated with stories oL' the coming bankruptcy of Great-Britain  and the breaking-up of ihe British Empire; and so on ad nauseaum.  What will be ihe effect on the social life and political institutions of Canada it thi* keeps up for another general ion or two? Is there any remedy,  thar ean be applied?  Canadian publish**!-;*, believe that at least a partial remedy is possible, but  thru it must ba- applied jn an economic way;-that -is, the remedy is not top-he  'found in ih.- arbitrary exclusion of United States magazines, but in providing a  'nifans wh^-re-by Canadian publishers will he given a reasonable chance to  enrnper.-. successiully wiih them through the production, oI* Canadian periodicals more or le..s on a par from lhe( standpoint of literary and artistic production wiih iho ho from across the line. .   .  As -Ik- "subjeci  is ono which concerns -as. 11 Canadians, it, la proposed to ex-  stmin*.   rural)'"!- into  the s-ubjet*!. in a subsequent article.''  Here Are Some Facts For the Cr&akers  - Z:'x     To Study    :*-  Canada    with    her 9,000,000 people,  has as inucli  foreign    trade    as    the  United States had when  she had 76,-  000,000    people;    according to recent  statistics. 7 In addition, the Dominion  is    mining-   af    much as the - United  States did witli" 38,000,000 people, and  manufacturing as much as the United  States did with. 50,000,000 people. The  Canadian, per  capita export trade today amounts to $134,    while    in    the  There (United States it is only $37..  NEW BLOOD NEEDED  IN THE SPRING TfflE  "When you start to waste away  to a shadow, when the color  leaves your cheeks and your  poor, tired legs will hardly hold  up your weakened body it's high  time you , started taking a flne-  tonic" and builder like Tanlac.  Tanlac will build you up and  make you feel that ^Life's worth  living. Made from roots, herbs  and bark gathered from the four  corners of the earth and compounded under the exclusive  Tanlac formula, Tanlac is just  what the poor, starved body  needs.  First of all it cleanses the  blood stream and puts the digestive: organs in order. You  find, after a few days' treatment,  that. you want to eat. Pretty  soon, the welcome color steals  hack into your cheeks and the  scales tell you that you're gain.-.  ing weight. From then on it83-  only a short time until you're,  feeling fit as a fiddle.  Millions - of men. and women  have taken Tanlac -with great  benefit. More than one hundred  thousand people have written us  ���������glowing tributes to this wonderful tonic.  "When you know it has worked  wonders for so many folks it's  folly not to take advantage of  Tanlac's help yourself.   Don't  Gained Health, Strength,  Vigor, Weight  '"ClironicJndisestlor-inade'lifeunbear-  able for two -years. 1 lost weight and  Etrsnatii _md. could -do no Lousewosk.  Tanlac pat me on my feet. Gained 29  lbs. and now enjoyvagorovs health  again."' ,  /        Mrs. I-ouis Calouette  516 Marie Anne St. .  Montreal  put it oft another day. Get a  bottle at your druggist's now  and start the good work right  away. Take Tanlac y-egetabl������  Pills lojr  constipation.  By a high vnniiurn propo--.. in\--ntPd ��������� First (."-iri.���������Wouldn't your-mother  hy a Hwc-H.-r-h f-ugiii'-cr, ft-j-sli cut ���������'be awfully angry if sho saw' you in  1-millor i.������ tij-w "'.-.���������'���������;i;-r>n������-"rr' in ,*i  dn.v or . thru,    scanty    bnthing  suit"."       Second  li'Ks. HiifRoie.Tily  I������--ti<-ii.  I'or    ������hr-    <-fii"r������.-t������toi-'s"   Cilrl.��������� 1   should   nay  sho would.  1 ll'H'S. *  It's  Try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills As a.  Blood-Improving, Health-   .-���������  Restoring Tonic  Every man, woman and child needs  new,  rich,  red  blood  at this time  of  the  year.      That is  a scientific'fact.  All doctors know St.     The blood grows  thin and poor in the winter;  there.Is  not  enough   of  it,   and   spring   shows  the effect.      Take notice and see how  many  people  are  pale  and  sallow at  this    time    of the year/     They complain of being easily  tired, their  appetite is poor, and they are often depressed    and    low-spirited.      That   is  Mother  Nature urging  them    to    improve   their blood   supply;   but" often  their   digestion   is  weakened  so   that  they cannot turn food into blood without  help.      Here-is    where    modern  medical  science  comes to the .r&sciic.  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have a-direct^  action on the blood and* enable yojj to  get full" use. of "ythe blood-making elements in your meals.      You soon feel  their   effect���������-your   appetite  improves,  your nerves are steadier, color returns  to the cheeks and lips, you have more  vim and energy and    can   work   with  less fatigue.  The    value    of -Dr. Williams'  Pink  Pills to all who are in what is known  as a  run-down .condition of health Is  proved    by    th6    experience  of. Mi's.  Alex.    McKenzie,    Schumacher,    Ont-,  who says:���������"I was :ftt.   a    completely  run-down      condition.        Nervousness,  sleeplessness,    and'  loss    of    vitallty  were all taking their toll.     I felt miserable all the time and began to feel  that my case was hopeless, as I had  taken a number of remedies with little or no relief.      I "had often read of  Dr.  Williams'  Pink Pills,  and  finally  decided  to try  them,       I  got  a  half  dozen boxes, and by the   time   I   had.  taken  about, half of them, there was  uo doubt I htttl at last fnuntl the medicine I  needed  to  restore my  health,  t continued the Use of the pills, gaining strength day by day, until I was  soon enjoying good health and happiness.    I strongly recommend Dr. Williams' Pink Pills to'-every,   man,   woman    or   child   who is In a run-down |  condition,   feeling  sure  that the pills  will soon restore them to health ana  strength."  Whether you are seriously ill or  merely feel easily fired aud out-of-  sorts, you should try Dr. Williams*  Pink Pills this spring. They are sold,  by medicine' dealers everywhere, or  will be sent by mail at 50 cents a box.  by writing The Dr. Williams' Medicine  Co.^yBrockvlllo, Out.  Decrease-In Railway Accidents  Number   of   Fatalities   Through   Accidents Is Also  Less  A considerable decrease in the number of railway  accidents  and  in  the  number of fatalities  is shown in the  annual of the Dominion railway boavd  for the  calendar yeai\  1925.      During  these 12-months there were 2,713 accidents on Canadian railways, in which  272 persons.'.were killed and 2,9155 persons injured, as-compared with 2,5*34  accidents in the previous year when  318 persons were killed and 3,251 poisons injured.      Classifying these casualties, there were six killed in 1925  as against. 17 in'... 192-1;   76 employees  filled, as against 107;  and 190 others  i.|yed    ,as    against    194.   .^ Crossings  friitected  by  some   means  accounted  for  76  killed  in   1925   and / unprotected crossings took a toil of 294 killed  and 1,161 injured; _  During 1925 there were S89 fires  originating within 30.0"' feet of the  railway- lines, and these fires burned  over 57,430 acres, destroying forest  property valued at $219,998 and other  property .valued at $77,629. There  were 36 public sittings of the board  last year. ,7  ' "  Immigration Rush Begins  The week of March 15 saw the real  opening of the spring rush of immigrants to Western 'Canada, when the  Canadian National Bailways transported during the week approximately  1;500 new. citizens from the seaboard  to Winnipeg by special and regular-  trains anu thence to their final destinations on prairie farms and in British Columbia.  Professional Nurse  Loud In Her Praises  Thanks to Dodd's Kidney Pills She  Was Relieved of a Weak  Back and Rheumatism  Makes Breathing Easy. The constriction of the air passages and the  struggle for breath, too- familiar evidence; of asthmatic trouble, canuol  daunt Dr. 3. D. Kellogg's' Asthma "Remedy. This is the famous remedy  which is known far and wide for Us  complete effectiveness oven under very  severe conditions. ���������. It is no untried,  experimental preparation/but one witli.  many years of strong service behind  it.      Buy it from your nearest dealer.  If justice were really blind she  would not be able to wink at . hei*  favorites. -  Mrs.   E.   Emencau   Now   Recommends  '-* Dodd's  Kidney  Pills to Any. of  Her  Patients   Who   Suffer  -with    Kidney  Trouble. /  Lunenburg, N.S.y��������� (Special). ���������"I  cannot praise Dodd's Kidney Pills too  highly to anyone. I have suffered a ,  great deal with a weak back and rheu-*"  matism." I used a lot of "doctors' medicines butTythey did me no.good. I  could hardly lift S" patient alone. I  was advised to try Dodd's ""Kidney  Pills; used a number 6f boxes and  soon got relief. I often thank the  good friend who gave me the advice  about Dodd's Kidney Pills.  "I was very much pleased that I did"  not have to grve up my profession of  nursing. I am .bound to.praise them  for relieving me'and will always recommend them ,to any of my patients  who suffer from the same trouble as  I did. I am very thankful to write  . this "'testimonial for Dodd's Kidney  Pills.'!.  This letter conies from Sirs. E.  Bmeneau (nurse) of Lunenburg,' N.S.,  and-'t-eUs ot the benefits to be derived  through the use of Dodd's Kidney  Pills.  v������r)ii^K  Holloway's Corn Remover takes j,he  com ..out by the roots. Try tt mid  prove it.  ���������  '..  a ���������    V       ���������      .  '..I.  Medieval monks  -ov'h'o transcribed  manuscrlp  twere  exempt  from  labor  in the field/  ������-    ��������� ' '.....��������� -....Ii... -i.. i- i.-ma.   ,  The British Empitre  - The British 'empire includes over  one-fourth of the land area of the  earth, and about one-fourth of. the  world's population. That is to say,  It contains about 463,000.000 "people.  OC-these 5S,77S,900 are of British  stock. .  MOTFTF.H:-   Fletcher's   Ou-  mimmmm*m������m*mm*<mmimmmmmmmm*m*m*'>>mmii**  torta is a plca^rtnt, harmless Substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric,  Teething'  Drop-",  nnd  Soothing  Syrups,  c*;pcdalty  pneprircd   for  Infants in .inns and Children all age.-.  Through  Service  For  Steamship  Passengers  wmmm'mmmMnmrnmrnm  Canadian Pacific Railway inaufluratea  Through   Tourist   Sleeping   Car  y. Service '��������� ���������   ������������������  For the convenience of western paa-  Bongorf.'cnroiil.o to the Old Country,  tbo Canadian Pacific "Railway have inaugurate fl a through tourlat file opine  '���������at* service from Winnipeg to Saint  John, N.13.  Those curs will lonvo Winnipeg on  "Tim  Impr-flnl" nt  10,00    a.m.    nvory  Tuesday    until    April 20th, providing*  through  Horytei*. to tho ship's side at  Hnlnt John,  T3il:i ."M-viee v.ill prove, --c'rorv. ely  popnlur wllh p-i-u-ongorfl from tho  prairie province.., eliminating, as It  tlooB, elii.iruling IraUiB al "Montreal.  |     A    Kroner's    clerk    rtiay not be an  heavy   a."   u   dry   koihIk  cleii',   but   he  ' nlwiiyt" 'weighs more,  f''-iHvim  fl  ���������Proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians fo*.  Colds      Headache .    Neuritis Lumbago  Pain        Neuralgia       Toothache  -   Rheumatism  DQES NOT AFFEGT THE HEART  To iivo'd i in ita tions, always k������o1< ior the slgnalure of Cp^^/y,'7:^!c^(k^U  "Prfivon ���������rlira-Ttiori'i r*\ /'nHi pr*c\a\frr,    X^iyakuiid everywhere recommend it-  \ Minard's   Liniment for colda  W.    N.     1.7     1G28  C**   j, JSr������ '^H^'Acjcc^ onJx "Bayer;;,  packa^  ���������   -rio-fejr -2T-��������� _. which contains proven direclioiis.  Handy   "Bayer" .-boxoa  of   12   taliloU  .__ ^ Also Wtlca of 24 mill 1 Ot)-~l>ruggl������tii.  A.ivlrln lu ���������������������*< tr������d������ i������������rk 0-j.������UlfT*������l In CmimU) oC'lliiyftr M������n*ir������������1������riv or nionr.jc!ru<>-  ������-.lrt<-������t������r of H������llcyll^4rM <Ai*j-trl Hulleyllo Acid. "X. H. A."). Whllw It U w*������, 1*������������*;,i!  th*t Jagplrlu tafttu* Utkttt *j*������i������tif������<Uir������.. U *������",|tjt the- j.iiblS*" ������������-H������-il iml(iiU*M%. 11������������ 'l*'������*^J  v������ line.  C*������������ui>������ujr will U_������ ������uwii������c<S witli  tUtlr geutml tmUo iu*tkm ������li������ '���������n*!*i<" Oro������������. r  - - ���������, . y  *s���������.  _!"** r  TTTF,    IJKVTEW.    CUESTOX,    XX    C.  *, v .������  i,  ___     "-*-  a? -"     > ,%    I-"'��������� - *     ^T*    -_������ ,        -     t _ 1 .        - a      . -a     . ���������     " _ ^        .    ���������  Estimated Per Capita ^^ealth.   '  Of tlie Tkre^e Prairie Provinces  ���������Higkefi^T^n^Iii Otter Parts  W-*-    a,.  *WMM_.       '     W-..     *-.   ^.JfM.V   a..'  u _      "- ���������.'.-_���������-- __y.- ^  ���������*��������� ���������* af T V  While the national' Veali'fi*' of 'Cain*-'  ada was estimated in 1921 at* $2,525  per capita, the estimated per capita  capital -wealth - of the pfariie provinces is placed at $3,296, au increase  above the average of $771, according  to a recent report of the'- Dominion  bureau ol -statistics which, collects the  necessai*Sr data to treat the three-  prairie -provinces of Canada sis a separate unit. Of the total per capita  prairie wealth, agricultural -wealth  made up $1,916, of which ?1,<571 represents the farm vaiues of land, buildings, implements, machinery and livestock. A -    -  This -wealth was distributed among  JEW Seeding Time"  Dales,    Rates    and    Depth    of    Grain  Sowing in the West  .. Three things particularly woi"thy of  Consideration about this "linie,' particularly in -west, ai=e the dates", rates  and1 depths-of seeding .wheat. ������ Experiments covering all thre,e . have been  made at the Brandon.? Manitoba, experimental farm. - ;Hegarding the  first, the dates, it-would appear that,  except iu abnormally,-eai-ly seasons,  the last two weeks in*April and the  first in May about suit the case and  that after May 10 or 12 the prospects  of a good yield_are lessened.. Relative  the 1,956,092 inhabitant^ of _the prair- -to tha. rates.of seeding, on summerfal  ������;____,     fT>,-_   h,._.*.oi. ���������   ^i.a.j^,���������������������_. j? *-icv._--   'i-.-..    ������__7_. _���������   __,-__- *-' .. _ * , _ , ,   ._���������  ies, the bureau' estimating ? that"   by  1923, this figure had risen to 2,055,400  low/ five    pecks   .peiv-acre would be  about the right thing with Red  Fife,  The population was spread over*, total j the yield being 29 bush, per acre, but  area of 446,068,798 ya"cr<|s,-', of---which ������ ^-iih -Marquis ..that: matures live days  215,281}000 is arable land^and4-S*r,93"l>,-'lor more 'earlier, seven o^ecks per acre  would best serve   "and    the    produce  .   804 was under cultivation.'hn71921  *���������-. With--these- flguresJas -a -basis, the  . -bureau states that -the - total - value .-of  production, or incomeTof the prairies  ^js;as $$86,000,000 in 1923, which, after  .. leaking "deduction1*':, for    dgp-^eiatioqa?-  VJand maintenance o*F the agents ,^of Pr*t?.  duction,  resulted in  a per -capita  In-"  - come   for* ther prairie "inhabitants   of  $432.       ^ -.  A survey ~> o;fy - production- -in- 1^23;  shows the "piovirices'to oe iimdamen-"'  tally -Agricultural. More than .9.1 per  cent, of Saskatchewan .values were ob-  - tained-: f?"QUi farming, while "in Mam-  tolfo, aim Alb������rta the proportions'-were  55 per cent, aud 74 per cent, respectively. \ Mineral production held 'second place in Alberta, eoal mining, of  ' course^ being chiefly responsible for  this. fn Manitoba and Saskatchewan  manufacturing "was second in importance.      \ *        '  Vegetable   Grawi*f������  Oil  the  Prairies  Many     Reasons     \A������hy     the     Farmer  Should Cultivate .a  Garden  . .The    soil-and   cliniate of Western  Canada are particularly well suited to  many kinds  of"vegetables, and there  is "no reasofi. tor a lack of"table.vegetables iu any farm home in that parr  of the country-      In a new bulletin/ of  the, ..Dominion  department -of agriculture,  entitled  "The jPrairie  Farmer's'  Vegetable Garden," the authors point  out  that the labor involved  in  keeping a good farm garden is very little,  does  not* demand 'special   equipment,  and can mostly be done in spare time.  Such a garden furnishes an attractive  and healthy variety m the daily'fare  and saves moiiey otherwise spent for'  rf, limited,' irregular and  inferior supply    of    vegetables.     "Besides,    many  prairie   farms   are   so   situated  as   to  command a ready and profitable 3ale  for surplus garden crop.      The bulletin, which may be obtained free from  the  Publications  Branch,  Department  of  Agriculture,'  Ottawa,   gives   detailed instructions for the guidance of tlie  prairie farmer-who desires to start a  garden.  iVlost Encouraging Prospects For  Sneep RaisingV^<t ^.Aa obl'GroTV'ng  Are   Seen   In   Western   Canada  Feeding Chickens  Proper   Methods   For  Care and   Feeding-Are  Described  When a i baby chick leaves its shell  it needs warmth and rest, tmt no food  Those having" best knowledge of the  world situation in this regard, botli  * in Canada, and - outside it, continue  their advice to the Dominion to devote  greater energy to sheep raising and  the production of- wool.-     Walter An-  until it shows positive signs of hun-j dr���������^s-   i"������ast-president   or the   Briiislx  ger, -which -will be two or three days  Wo������l Federation, some  time ago ad-  1 vised t\i& adoption by Canada -o'f the  might average 41 bush., .per. acre, .that  being the -amount .-..obtained at the  vfarm. On summerfallow, ...the ...tendency Avas for the ^fisld-to-Sncrease as  thelaC.uati.tity of seed-ilhcreased. from a  buihel "per   Ta'cre vClo* one and three-  j*       '-   r - ��������������� *^ * w<", t  quarters, but on stubble land. thojnd*-*  ���������catiohs "were tlie lesff seed^tlie better  yield, three-quarters of   a    bushel    of  seed ^bringing-a yield .ol!r3"2'"bushels per  acre and IV2 bush, of 28 biish. 40 lbs.,  while 1% bush, brought 24 bush., aud  two bushels  25 bush.,   20    lbs.;     the  thicker     seeding     however < brought  about earlier maturity*."- *"As to depth  jof sowing,  two  or -tliree  inches' gave  Yhe' best yield, but^it i'3 a matter depending on the kind-aiul* condition-of  the  soil,  although  under iffio*3t conditions^ the depths mentioned would be  found satisfactory in results.  British  Farm Boys  Empire Settlement Board in 'England  Would Send Boys to Canada.-  More British farm boys to study-  Canadian farming at the Alberta agricultural schools will be obtained this  year if the government decides to continue, the * training scheme that has  been iu operation for the past two  years. " Hon. George Hoadley," minister of'agriculture, has received an  inqj,iirj* from the " eiripire' settlement  board in Englsind ������S to whether or'not  the present arrangement, by which immigrant boys are brought' over for  practical training iu farm methods,  .-"will "be renewed.,for .another, season.  ���������A"further supply,of, British;boys can  be se'eured, it is ,estimaiedr-if the plan  -can'-be 6onttnugd-*lWl*e.  alter hatching. Proper methods ,of  feeding are described in detail in a,  new bulletin "* on . poultry feeds aud  feeding issued ..by the experimental  farms and distributed by the Publications Branchy Department of Agriculture, Ottawa. . According to tlie bulletin, when the "chicks"-" are removed to  their brooding quarters there should  be-some coarse sand or-grit aud fine  oyster shell scattered where they cam  have free access 'to it.  few days, after feeding is begun, they  should receive dry mash five or sis  times a day, and then thev should be  given small quantities of chick scratch l^ould appear" to;be unanimous in lhe  1 opinion that Canada should become a  slogan -"Grow 'More Wool," and again  at the opening of the year 1926 draw, "*-  the Dominion's- attention to the remunerative character of wool production and urgfed"'th'e Dominion's closer  attention to this form of eflterpri-se.  "The -world" rierer has had enough  ���������wool," he-'states; "and is never likely  to have an excess. *  Canadian authorities ori 'the subject,.  For the first  SVlC^1 as *tlie president of the Canadian  Wool "MTanufactui-ers' Association, and  the president'bf the Canadian Co-oper- .7  ative   "Woo'      Growers*     Association,  feed. A good rotation for this period  consists of one part each, of shorts,  middlings, cornmeal and oat flour, half  a part of fine meat meal and a little  fine table salt, about *_������ to^ % of one.  per cent. If there is no bone-in the  meat meal Svcl per cent, bone meal i^  substituted for au -equal amount of  meat meal  great sheep-raising country possessing all the possibilities for such a  status. ' It" has been very "significant  that for the past few years Canada has  carried-, offCmbst of -the_ awards fo^-  sheep at. the Chicago International ami  made a virtual..sweep of winnings at  the,Jf,925 .showing.       Speaking aj; .the  Grit or oyster shell is provided when  annualjiieetiiig sfi.ihe Canadian7siiee'p  Breeders'. Asspqiation,    the   Dominion  t  .&���������  :?"������������������  I  fA  ��������� - '*!��������� ���������'  71*  Canada's Dairy Production  Nearly All. the Provinces Show An  Increase in Output  There was an increased production  last year of 1,769,846 .lbs. of butter and  18,361^64 lbs. of cheese Sa Canada  compared "with that p'f the. previous  year. All,'the provinces - excepting  Ontario, which was stationary", a^nd Alberta, which shows a decrease of 12.S  per cent., show an increase'in butter,  Saskatchewan taking the lead with  17.7 per ceut. of an increase... In  cheese, Prince Edward Island shows a  decrease of 2.4 per cent., and Alberta  19.9 per ..cent. "All - the - other provf-  Incest show--" an.- Increase, Quebec ol  33.4 per cent., Manitoba of 2S.3 per  cent., Saskatchewan of 70.2 per ecu**.,  ';Ne*"V>"Br.ins_wic.k^  tario of 4.8 per cent., British Columbia  oi72.3 per cent., and Nova Scotia of 71  per *ceut.J "These figures.'"are ..talc-Su  from.a recent issue of the News I-.et-  tr "published by the Doidlnion" dairy  and cold storage branch. The' commissioner requests all cheese factories  and creameries to send iu statements  annually of tlieir production to him  at Ottawa for compilation and publication in the News Letter...  Pasteurization In Dairying  Flour  Exports  Value of Shipnrien^s Sho'vV--An Increase  ,Over.Xwa RcevJous Years  The value "of flour -enipmentg for the-  twelve mouths ending with -January  stiH shov/ an. increase as compared  with either of the' two previous 3-ears,  although- the - volume shipped was  smaller thau;for either of these years.  The total"was-110,160,806 barrels, valued at -$72_902,819, -against 11,299,374  barrels worth $65,^59,604. Figures for  exports to Great Britain*   show    that  --���������rt  that country Is ifaiportiag approximately as much flout* as ever, although  there i*; a* slight falling off in ,the case  of shipments lo 'the__continent, of ,Kui-  ope.       .' "'--;���������' -   -  mash, is fed. Fountains .of milk and  water, which should be renewed often,  are kept before the flock at all ttenes.  Cloves leaves and sprouted oats or  some other greefi. feed is-necessarj~.  "After the first week 01: ten days,.  moist masli may be "given, using infertile eggsj shells and all, or raw  liver run through a* meat chopper, or  milk and cod -liver oil���������all dried' off  with the  dry mash mixture,  the  egg (  -.-..7.k'��������� ��������� "yy-ft^i'th,.9f>,P,*f;**������'a<*... 1"*$!*"*!??k -.-���������-���������..-,  :: '"'."The ''Osage':^'nui'^f:jiS^  received more thau $29,000,000 .in  oil  and -gas   royalties  New Variety Of Field Peas  Experimental Farm at Ottawa Intro-  dUtes "tRe- Macka-y Field Pea  The iTitroauct'ion. of o, ne>v "and valuable varietyy o.J^field-peas,-which "may  -mean to-the" grower of field peas what  Marquis^ lias meant ^to the growers jof  wheat iu tlie*" west/' is^nnounced by  the Dominion experimental farms system. The new variety is a selection  from a cross made *at Ottawa between  a variety known as Mummy and another called Black Eye Marrowfat.  On,the average for the past five years  at the central experimental farm at Ottawa, this new variety, which is called Mackay, iia^s yielded over ten bushels more per acre than the well-known  variety called Arthur. '      ..   7        [.  livestock couimissiouer stated that Uie  pure-bred sheep raised in Canatia  would stand comparison with shcej)  bred in any oilier country, and it waa  not now thought necessary to* imporc  pure-bred sheep from otlier countries  for ihe imp_ovem'ent of the breed r*s  had been "doiiieyitirpast ye"at*s:  Col.   Ttobei-fy 'McEwen-,  of 'Ontario,  who has been "mainly' responsible for  *" " *     ** -������. * ��������� *  Canada's ' interc-ational     sheep*    win-  mash   being  graduallj-   replaced   with..  mash moistened with milk.-  If vapid jnin5s, give's-as hi* belief of the reason  mooTiM  ������"  his 'triumphs:   "I   haven't  a "doubt,  maturity is desired, tlie moist mashes  may be" kept up after'the  clucks ^are   ^ut  tha.1. our" Cjknadian   climate,  wltn  put, on the. range", otherwise they are  its earlier frosts", has much to do witn  discontinued. -.  Stale, sour mash will put chicks 0a[*narket  stuff:-  l it, particularly, when it comes to fitting  ��������� - ��������� "     our   lambs ' are -Very  their feed,- therefore, -the sweet"mash [hardy and with more zesVand appetite  fed should be such that it will be clean- j they ������?sh, ^ore . IHieWy *��������� *&?���������  ed up in a few minutes. If too much ffvenJ5;": S^^y^I^T-^^'  has been fed, the surplus should be re  moved.     ....  Once chicks go ou the range, they  can be 'reared with very little labor,  dependence being placed 1 largely on  hopper feeding. A clover field beside  a corn field or an orchard makes a-n  ideal range.     .'  Say "Hello" Across_i***ontinent  Although it cost the provincial gov-   of  $3,771,000;, or  23  cents per lt  V iuvestnleht of". ���������* 92|.     A-total of 3,276,122 lbs. of  einnieiit..-.pf. Alberta an  in sheep -i-aii_*in&- may * briefly be-su*-ai-  ijfced up in the*statehaSent-of the federal  deputy minisffer *of iigi-icultufe recenr-  ly: "The best little money-maker to'day  in Canada, is tlie sheep * industry.'* -: '  The Canadian wool "clip of _192"T Ss  estimated by' the "Dominion' Goven-T-  ment at 15.o53.045 lbs", ol the'vaiiie-of-'  $4,199,000, 6i*''27 cents per lb., as coni-  pkred with 15,111,719 lb?, or the value  lb.,   In  wool-  only $1{9Q0  toy> establish    connection,  with  the  universal', telephone   service  A'  7" ���������JS.'C.-','yS/'b*clV'Pro'_ruc<lbn'  Wool, production  in  Britisii'Colliiia-  and this sxtm was j h{^ ^-j^jng -j 925 recorded,a: remarkaljjie  equally divided anlong"j2,^29 li^ad ^ghtp  j^^^se; over/the out^uUof* the pre-[^hone department lias had iv revenue  Or shareholders, eaeh .xeceiving'.thoi*e Vious   year. '  '  in    1924    Only ' 87,6.00 of $400 a month from the seivicfe-al  "* ''       '  "        '"-* '���������" ' i)ol  giving,  cohtlherit-wid'e   phone   connection,  the  Alberta    GovernnVent'".���������.'tele-.  than $13,000 in cash or cevtificates of j pouna������,wer*i shipped by the B.C. Wi  investment. The ^shares "this year������������������aru Growers' Association, while for 1{  expected to reach; $15,0Q0 each.; "<  i ��������� '*���������.-      ������������������'-    - -'- i  By burning scaweedya'ad extracting  the ash, iodine ls obtained In the British Isles.'  *  1925  it is estimated that the figures reacfli-  ed 170,0^0 pounds. lv  A Paris au I omobi 1 e factory epiploy s  women as testers. i'-  jTack.T���������"That new evening gbwri ofJ,  yours', looks just like a spider's, web."  Jane.���������"Yes, and you'd be surprised  at alt the Insects I've caught with it."  ''���������;;  *-  t.  Effi|crent.,i.Pa'ste'u'rl_ja^ipirji.v^8aure a Safe  '..* "AJ; Siippiy'of:jyiiii< ������������������'  IneiriC'lent molhods of pasteurization '  have a bad effect on the dairy industry j by giving the public a false sense  of secunty,iaccording .to a new bulletin on pa.*feui*ly,aUoii of milk, cveain  nnd dairy 'by.products, Is-nied by tlie  ^ Dominion department of agriculture.  ;.*��������� Ou the othor hand, efficient pnstctu-  A lx.n*i,lon nssures; the .anf-i-supply of rtiS'jjy.  '��������� and other dairy viroduets, delays the  Z. sourlng-of milk" und \lmproves*" the  ,i- flavor and Uoeplng .quality of bttltor.  '.!:���������" The bulletin, wllj-cli ������**'*y he obliiiiH-d  iy from tho Puhliciitlons Branch, Dopurt-  5(. ment of Agilculluro, Ottawa, des-  " erlboH in detail the best methods or  ., ua.steuii/.ation for use* in chee.se ...rac-  '���������  torie*. und creameries.  Youth .May Be Restored By X-Ray  The qucit. lor youth way be .'ili^ln-  ��������� Ml through tho ���������trao- of -X-ray, abcord-  liifj. lo the ,proirtiap,,..oi;; ..Prof.,, Antonio  Pain, radiological worker with ilie  llockeleller .Foimdiilhim hi Italy. Old  nii-ii uutl ulti women";'" wiyB 'Pi-ofc'H.sor  Pylw. mny be..,(routed byy tho...in'oceaa  he oul linen inure easily Ihan those of  mlihlli*. ������ui'.  ���������" \V. '   N.     Vk   1023    '-  wras handled by the Canadian .Co-operative Wool 'Growers** Associations m  1925 as against 2,053,149- lbs. in 192-!.  Alberta supplied 1,540,286 lbs.; Saskatchewan^ 1.71.79S lbs.; British Columbia, lei.'ioi lbs.; Ontario. 738,277* lbs.;  most since its inception.     l*lio outgo-*Q������ebec* 92.1S2 lbs--   ^OVi* SCotia' 85"*  ing calls average 350 a month/.  >       03S  lb*s';   P,"-nCe T-(iwavd-lsl:md-   40'*  ���������������������������������������������"        *'������������������"    '..'  ___1    "���������'���������'-'������������������'        '    [027  lbs.;. and  New  Drunswick,  22,419  y ^aclirpro-^^ mO^e  yobl|tfehyiij. the .previous year and increased the lVuntbei- of individual v. ool  snippers. "  The province of Alberia accounted  for the largest increase, and whilst all  the associations "In that; province  showed a very healthy increase ,ia nie  artiount of wool forwarded, it is held  that the volume of the increment; is  accountable to Southern Alberta,  where in 3925 the majority ���������of. the  large clips were ���������������������������forworded' fo lhe or-  ganrsation, wliereaa In the pri-vlou*-  yc-ar some of the large clips "were t-old  elsewhere. . The total quanti".-^ of  wool handled In 1������23 Ls the largest  since 1921 and approximately one million pounds over 1921, nnd .the Ren ral  increase recorded in each province* i.-  accepted  ns vory encouraging.  Lord AtlenW me-eUm Sovm&t. "Offic-ars  Meniher.s of the Jaifa Cato who niet  I^or'd Allenby fii VlctoViiriiavhig 'wevv-  ed nniler him during;.. the. 0real War.  The majority; of...'thekov:inen  cti-rnh to  X?ri 1 \pii; C"bl uKvfcJ.-i'" pi n c .y,1 til 0 Z\v?nJ*-'l Ice  and "have "uettted iii tlie. OluTimg-'uf V11V  ley,  Vancouver,"-VMm'la    nnd     olhrv  ,tpouiiHi on me ixiumliiiiii 11 nit Vancouver  (   Itilund. .     ''.'���������',  'Theso  pfllcevH  Include . Capt. .J. v*ft. Trcherne, Llottt. John Thompson. Ma  v'ua*. ii. -r. . ���������"��������� .,   ._���������       -"i.    '.'a'-iV  CbnhUUt(ner of "Vancouver, who Ih re  -���������' ��������� ���������    ���������     ,      .'.*���������  sponsible for tho organization, ol the  .Tuffa Otite,;  BrJga-CSen,'    Noel ".Money,  Qua ileum 'lien eh;   Col.   JnmeH   I^laflfju.--  body, Cnpl.. A. S. O. MitHgruvo,  Capi.  IJiuU       iaie,\,       *jil|llaj,       \Y3lM������e.*J..~a       ll.l.i       Ci4(,J������.  llateracui. all of Victoria;  Major Idvie  An   Expensive Post  It si-eins absurd ihat the AmerB-an  nmbaHSudor to Qreat    Uritain.    while  'drawing    a     **.**l-iry  oi"  $12,000 .should  lhave to rpend from $25,000 to $30,000  out of his. pocket.     If a Canadian am-  . bassador be   appoimed  to  the   I'liited  I States,    will    he    have 10 pay in iht.s  way":���������King-.ton  Standard.  jor II. T. Cur 1.1*4' and Major CSeorg*.  WalHem, M.P.P., all or Vahcouver.  Capt. T. B. MaMileflou, Kelowna; Ciipr.  Miss Surah Ijfeail. a nialhemaliclan,  and  the  only  woman  nov/  connvcioil  , villi   the   United   States     Coast     -ind  n. V. Hooker, Kringlon. B.C.;  Capt. I.. [G,,mk.tjc <*-urvcy. hae recently enmplet-  11. C5. Cole, Duniran;  Capt. J. N. ITod-.^j n i>O0ic which is a complete history  a ���������*>. ,        * - ,    .       *r.      .    .  aa #���������>���������-%  , ������#���������������������������* .-^ t     .... , , , r     ...   ���������        .......  H<4������."i,     a..j.'i..l .ja.a.ail     mjh:..*..* ,      -..aajan.     *���������>.av. .. ,    ^^    III."-   il ���������-11 i������ja������������������a<< H aj.     ������. ���������.������������ ia    ...    l.������i.     ..*.*  Soolce nnd I.lent. F. A. Hall.  voy -:iac'0 1846. TOBtCBBSTOB  ia-aW-h  ^a^-awfe Ma ****������**������������    A  H*W^*ft__i  ���������**w������������-p-*l*-__p  Writing the di-p^asneot on May *-"���������  0; H. Twigg has -the toSkuPsng crop  report fbr Creston "Tallsy-:  **Tbe past week ba* "been decidedly  "The calyx spray ams   ^mpletcdk^f-^-^  tive Frait 2~&eha*gg*- have -no's*- received their portion and t^ile will he  distributed to roStobef-s Sn aash in a  few days. "Ihe amount to be distributed W Valley Growers as/ill he approximately #1000, and -will he on the basis  ������f about 3 cents per box on applea, 3  coots per box od era.be And soft fraits,  and t cent per bojc *oj������ vegetatojes In  hose? and crates.  *���������  ���������aa-rly io the week lo --Im&t -Instances,  afyd where irrigation waa available  growers were applying wat-as.  *-Rhubarb Is etill coming in hut the  Cranbrook area will he able to draw  on its own supply by not*.  ���������-Gooseberriei* are etBisg rapidly and  a lew may be on the ht<*9d market hy  the end of the-week,  Z --Tomato planting "has started. A;  few of the growers in the drier situations were busy last *"re*k but the bulk  ot the planting will be this week. The  4-reage will be slightfy tess than last  yeSr.  "Cabbages are growing nicely but.  the tote! acreage is S*-"**a than that of  last yew.  ������������������Strawberries have been hoed and  mulched and ore looking vigorous  With blossom etill showing. Shipping  may be expected by the.end of the  month,  --Tree fruits are sioltig nicely and  the season is still well advanced. -The  chop shows no apparent injury to the  set by th������ early changeable spring  weather that waa experienced".  la the-Oksn&ga"***. 1926^11 ba tm  "off*" year fo? D*ucheaa"tt_ud Wealthy  applet ' --- .  -Cranbrook "{every anktoua that  th-Of.Katold &* io Tmmm{****���������**������������*������*���������������������������&*  ming pooiin the rallwa-y Y^Sl.C.A,  in that tcw*m.  fine -turnout for their whist and dance  in the Par^h Hall oo Monday bight.  Court whist was played-with the pries;  scores, made hy Mrs. Herb Christie.'  who" was presented with a reel, .and I*"*  Stevens, whose trophy was a. fishing  rod. The consolation honors felt to  Mrs. ft. BaThdall and Archie Mnir.  After a- splendid supper a few hours  dancing was indulged ia with -������xtoS-  leat music hy a fouivpiebe orchestra  made up pt jJSra. Lister and Mr. Bendy,  vloKhs;.* M!s������������.Jeanne- Hall, piano; G-.  Dav|e> drums.  The F-ree Press -wants the Fernie  oity ���������council to operate a' water  sprinkler on tha streets &*"- abate  tlie dust feasance.  '3>u������ *& sOc^aicE_eral������l<a "prorsertyl The N������w* is rather proud of fche  revering to j&a city and old build-1 fact that Mtb. Silt, who waa nurse  inge being removed, Bosalaiid I to all ibe children of tha king and  ooantro!-lied &sm forced ho raise itslqeeea of 3SsagSa*id������ Is avwsa rslaSii'tfe  ~ 1-of tha B. W. Bill pf Sfafcas-** "  - .  -iiln  ass  seac  SK5  ������|w������$������w_Jk0������M_������������B������  ���������iu  ___-"  Local and Personal  n.i i    ' ' i _.^__������_________w������__m___���������_,____���������_m.������������������ . i  A fine of *$3*J0 and costs was assessed on Mrs. Manglols of Kitchener by  Magistrate Mallandaia at the adjourned hearing of her ease on _ Monday in  Which she was changed with having  lipuor for tha purpose of sale at Russell House in that town. W. R. Ross  nf Kimberiey was here for the adjourned sitting of the court, appearing  for Mrs. Langlois.  Creston Valley Co-Opsstetive .Association are calling for tenders for the,  erection of a new store hnilding SSxQO  feet on the lot on Canyon. Street, facing   the   soldiers" ..naonument.    The  hailding will be on cesneiat.piilars, and  bids are to be in by Joa������ SJnd.   JBrec-  tion of a store building has hecome  necessary  due to tha  fact  that the  Fruit Exchange  will require all their  warehouse space to handle this yesrV  fruit crop. .  IHauy Creston friends of Miss Har*  ^aretReld,ythe fifteen-year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs; R. M. Reid, former  residents of Creaton, will bear wiih  satisfaction that Margaret was the  choice in a larg field of -contestants for  the honor of presiding es q������oen of the  May day festivities at Macleod, Alberta, on May 24th. This is the second  Oreston giri to be so favored a* about  three years ago Miss treae Carpenter.  daughter of Rev. P. ������__. sod Mrs. Carpenter, carried off similar honors at  New Westminster.  .Cheques are being ^naik*d to locals  affiliated with the Associated Orowers  Of B.C. for rebate* on their charges  for the season of 1825.   The Co Opera-  Miss PbylKs Tbonip->on of Nelson ia  a visitor *this week with her brother,  F������ TSl. Thomson. Dick McMurray^ a  nephew of Jlr. TfaompsoD's was slso  here for a few days from Kimberiey.  Ed. Xangston of Kimberiey arrived  in at the first of tbe^ w������-ek for ��������������� short,  visit with his son, JBarold.  Mrs. EL W. Payne of Creaton was a  first of the week visitor with Mrs.  Jacks and Mrs. Knott.  John Finley, jr., left on Friday for  Qreenwood, and expects to; be remaining in the Boundary country for some  time.  XV H. Phillips of Kimberiey 6penb  the weekend at the ranch here, and  was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. M,  A. Bieale of. Cranbrook, They left for  home on Tuessday, going via Porthili,  Bonners Ferry .and: Kingsgate.  Rev. S. Newby of Creston was here  for Church of England services on  Sunday, including Holy Commiiaip-i  at 11 a.m., and baptisimal -service at S,  at which S children and one adult were  baptized.   .   .  Jos. W. Bell motored in from Kimberiey on Saturday to spend the week-  en i on the ranch at Uster.  Fernie wiii pay its aldermen "|5  for ������very oonneil meeting they  attend this year. The mayor's  salary -anil ha $500.   .  B08sland aohoole certainly coat  thn taxpayers real-money. Ofthe'  4-5 mill tax rate, 30 mills required  'tP finance the schools.  - * ���������.-���������.���������:*."��������� .-'  1925 was the greatest year for  ���������tennis -Cranbrook has over had,  aceordins; to the memberahipTigares  of clnb for lost season. ZZ.-,:  Rev "JST. T. T. pscot i\ who Isas  been in the Baptist ministry for  over fifty years, has just resigmed  as pastor at Cranbroo*k.  Xn the north Okanagan prune  trees do not look as thrifty as_  they ahonld; uot having yet fully  recovered from the "December, 1924.  blizzard.  Okanagan farmers who ship their  cream to tha butter factories at  Verrioqiand Armstrong, were paid  about $17,000 for cream delivered  in  March.  At Kaslo a women.''} branch has  been organised Sn connection with  the self club. Its chief function  will be to raise funds to improve  the clubhouse.  kimatco  MS'  TheUnivetml Wnllboard **  -+r  Contains No Pulp or  Composition  ires etsensth ������ad dn**a5^t-r���������teeaSSes <2te  ClranbE-pok council waa in particularly generous humor at the April  meeti ng making grants jof *$300  each to tho board of tirade and the  public library.  T*S_tetSireo-pIy aB veneer-waMboord sives BtrOTgtttfO  afided aflvantogfr of-the "beaaUfcl $to3n of tbe natural -wooou  LAMATCO Is made of tbr������*s layers of croaB-erainea ve-acece, ceaaeatjodl to0-3ther  with agar -������5aal waterproof adee and patented hot plate proeeasea. .  lAH ATCO -wlil notpeel or oome apart when exposed to molstaw.   Boak it h>  water or stve^t "jhe boUSne test and be oonvfneecl.  "Par nan*������l-*-*ain paaellJas  For Bale By  C. A. ROBINSON, Canyon  LAMINATED MATERIALS CO., Ltd*  New Westminsters B.C .    -  HlH   |*   II"1"'  I1        '         '���������""  xcursions  as  Dally May IS to September 30  8RA1D THEKTRE  SATURDAl9Miy  Pacific  Coast  through the ,  renowned ResortaS :���������  Banff. "Lake tiouise.  Emerald E^ake, and  Sicamous.  Easlesm v  Canada  A choice of rontecv-**  Via all rail, or  I^tke and raiL  ThiPee trains daily-  Three eaillfegeweekly.  1      Alaska  THE B4"������*STIC  KORTjQX������ANX>.  Special Summer *S*ares.  Xyttym Vancouver and  return $90, Meals and  Berth included on -a  Palatial Psineesa liner  ANNUAL  ROWER SHOW  The Annual Flowea- Show under the  aospiees of Creston and District Women's Institute will he held in Trinity  United Church basement on the afternoon of SATURDAY. JUNB 12. from  3 to 5.90 p.m. Afternoon Tea and  dale of Home Cooking in connection  Virst and Second Prizes will be  awarded, also several special pHxea,  The M-eretary. Mrs. Cherrinitton*  will be obliged if exhibitor* will aend  in thc-ir entries aa soon aa posallde,  though these wfll be -heeelv������2l up to  June 11th. The following is the list  .of classes a  Roma. Sbfcvonuv.  mis section appears to have teen  unusually favored with the frost in  Tuesday morning's cold dip, some  thermometers showing 11 degrees below freezing.       ' -..-  MJwteVo Creston, Canyon and Brick-  son were a-nongst the points   represented at the Empire Day picnic at  the reci eation grounds at Huscroft on  Monday   afternoon.   Xhe   turnout of  Huscroft residents   was large and   a  very fine time was spent by all, there  being races and other amusements for  the children, whilst the adults entertained    the  crowd-   with   a baseball  match in which Lister triumphed oyer  Huscroft by a score of 15 to ft���������thanks  I in   good measure to Jimmy   Byrne'e  stellar pitching.    ���������."-*" *���������? ;*  Victoria, May 25~~Settlers in the  Camp Lister soldier settlement area  will be granted important reductions  In the amounts which they owe the  provincial governmeht for their lands.  Premier Oliver indicated today, folio wis k his recent visit ten Lister. Tha  1 premier is going into the question of  _ land charges personally. He said today that when the proposed new reductions are made they will he the  last concession of thin sort granted to  the -settlers. "At the price which we  propose to fla for the land It-would ha  easy to dispose of it Co others"* he said.  ������f   Pictures  X  Eudhkristic  CHIC AWO, JUNR 20-24,1026.  For Llterature^aras. Routes, Etc,  ask the Ticket -agent.  0-3r@iasiaa$ Tows  SPECS Al^LY OOKDOOTEjO  TOURS TO CJREAT  BRITAIN and tha  COHTl*SB?IT"*  Everybody Golto  Chautauqua I  UNITED STATjES  (j     DAILY MAY 22 to SEPTEMBER 15  To MieneaBolia. St. Paul, Chicago. Kew York, and other Ur^ge eentres.  For full information aek any Ticket Agent of tha  CANADIAN PACI  lir������uX  ���������MMM  =55*2  k  a  a.  a  a  ia  it.  IX  ?IW>*?W w\m Pfl-frQTJTC.r  Sweet "WOtUus, t,nptt������ff&  Bhiurta Dmlmr, S "olooma.  Corn Flower, vtuMb  Pans  lallAanrdlA.  Sblo-n-Mt  S������taUe������.  IA.  IT.  1(4  30.  21.  _���������W._������������������_1B<,         .__   'Om*0 "WoWJNn"  l-yi-lth-nro, ooMoirtlEOiij.,,,,.  Any tttiksr vartetr of intm***.  ���������Ooflaetlonof 0*n3en.l*lo*-M  etloaof <aavd������n.j  -n-oueie i*lants  nan,  tiorwnlunii.  nn^eviaa.  iiaJa.  JFi  Any "ntMunp *r*,rf*#yi hm%m jiluml.  H WCfd jnowwra, to b������ neao  i tw-*l������r II ?<-*)������ off agfe   Ko  .    Th������ 'imm^. m itpj-ciaju hy  tod  Ad, open to ehitdre-n  entry too re^ulro-l,  Mrs, Btavemm.  Otheif tpeolal .prlvefl:  im**.  'ismt tiii-ala -entry.  To nnt^meniheri-* of tha Institata  there wllj be nn enitry ������e������ *������! SS *������������*-������  for each competitor.  BlnrfJo itoww in  At Grand Forks (the kife.fi- of  Indoor winter sports \m pinochle-���������  not bridge whist.  Fe-ntioton   liac  in  proapeot tho  h&avtoteoft frnit crop aver hs.rv������  esUd in that dbtrict.  But 200 out of 850 dog owners  at Vernon have taken out their  licenses so fa* this ysar.  The News cays that lack of-greal  ^ttp-poirt  hss9 causisd aJSTaKUBp brass  band to "suspend operations iml������fi  nitely.  Or-und P"orkta -eonnoil haa Just  acquired 8melter Lake and dam  from tha Clranby Company and tlio  elty will spend V������lM>00 in puttSng  In Us own electric light plant.  The oroharda at Pemtioton ara so  well taken oars of that the tonnage  per acva In that district li said to  i>w wut.4m,-mmhm9.  li.fvlmr'   than   at sihv  -other centre in the Okanagan.  Yoar feet need comfort botli when working  nnd at other times."   See our  Canvas and Leather Shoes  Canvas Shoes, with stout leather solee and robber  tieelB*     all  ���������SiSBOB���������.������.������.������������������..���������.���������������.������������������   aaaaM,a*wi������aaaa������������* wa.a.ww.a,aaai^a*a������Maaaia������l^  Murray's Fine Leather Shoes in Oxfords and Bala  3.26  -block or brown  *M^,4**mm0r������*.mSmP++M*^*s^**l^������V^')t******,*l*,**','*''*++**r'  Men*s Underwear  47^ to iOO  ,-.'&!  -Light Underwear in single gainoaent or combination,.  ** *^we featurei Penman and Watsori nmkes^^do, to-  it25  foroverjr  head m  Fur Felt  Dreps Shirts  FinO t>re&s Shirts, with collars attached.���������-1.75,2.60 >SL7*5  llJjress Shifts with collars detachod. ......,.^,.._.^^ 3.50 to   S.0f>-  Khaki Pants  l^en'afine Kha^i Pants, good wearers, 6 pockets,,.,..        2.2&   '���������"���������'' -m*mmmn' *?������*������������*~+���������-  ���������������-y������w.w.������-ww*WlW"*������-l|l^'llW^  HftrwTirirx'.BWaaaw^^  ������tt<_aK*wt������i*--lar_rtf:iiff..--_  E^^Hs w ^s SaH B Bfl   SS^      's^ b B ESuS _____���������  ^Lm ^^L ^^^^^S m^^^*m ^3 *^^     ^m    ^] B]^,^^^^^. ^^U__i-_r v^^^SM B*_l^a m*^ .^n        I  UMITBO THE CRESTON REVIEW  ran  M/tMWiiwwaaaaau  r  SlPH-ffSSSS!  \.  <::���������*  Face the Facts  ������ i  ,    When you know Its up to yon .������a,.pa&  the  store bills, why not face  the factsv  _ ._ _. Pf - v ������������������_*.���������������������������������._,"'������       f  Buy where, yoa. get the most value' for.  your",money. We -have proved - "Our  ability, to save others money and we can  Loc^l and P<arsosiaI  inspiration   and"  - ��������� Mies TsHio -Nickel arrived home at  tbe first.of .-the'week after successfully  completing. ="$_. nine, month^^urse^in  the technical "school,atiGfrlBibiy-. AXta.  . FoQaSA&-B~Several.tean'if-*bf heavy  horses at bargain ��������� pricee^Jeuitable- for.  logging or "ranch" w"ork������ ^Continental"1  Lumber ;&7Pole Co., Ltd*> Kitchener.  ���������BjC.  police  Vachon,  -"*..  i"?  , "Miss Lyda-: Johnson .-wr^s a^vfsiTtoa-  witb Cranbrook friends at|^he|farst of  the, -^eek,\.tafeipg in t^a-^sf^JWy.ViA.  day3* of- education,  entertainment. ���������  Former ' provincial  who has been at Selrao and Athalmer,  since leaving Creaton about four years  ago,, has had another transfer, and is-  now located at "Mount Olive, north of  Kamloops, taking up his new work  about tho middle of May.  _"-_.* "N  Creston^baseball team visited Kitchener on Sunday and this time"emerged.  victor in a very-close g-jme. the final  score being-10-to.-; 12. .Creston has  some v6ry likely looking new'material  be  celebration , in^th'e  dfvisi^nia^^jby on. this year and it is likely games will  Empire Day.  *;> TI_ v-     ^"^JfS^-N "**   _ananged -with outside teams.  rmk'"' -������*������   -    ������ ������_.        A        -.-"aS*-"?*'* V  -i SWS1S0F.  save you money.  HAS  Creaton Valley Codlperativa ftssn.  ERICKSON   !    : CRESTOM  HH  Money When Needed  The surest way of having" money  when you need it is to open a Savings Bank account and deposit stated .  sums with regularity.   Interest will  be .added every six monf^/A growing Savings Account will assure you  of money to meet any emergency in -  *^e future. Open a Savings Account,  with this^anH.     , -\ ������-  MPEtlAL   BANK  The official orchard su*v"eyS*.>fyCres-  ton" Valley shows a :total-3*.f-:89,251  apple tj&es platited, ^^yei.irS^-,'1275  acres. There are *10^C|5Wl^?ptear;fj-t___ees  occupying 143 acres.     ' k ��������� tZZZ^C     - -  -All free' miner's certificates'^expire  at midnight on Monday. - Renewals should be made withYprovinSial  police HU McLaren, who is alscfcdeputy  mining recorder here. *  _.-Xhe.town *was-"pretty well deserted  on Mondays-Empire Day. The  "weather was "variable and chilly^ but"  this did not lessen the number of  picnic parties that were held.  'Mr. and Mrs. C. H.'Hare and family  were Empire-iDay visitors' with Bonners Ferry friendsC Up till now no move-  being made to extend the hard surface  road from Copeland to Porthili.  Sunday, May 30th, Trinity Sunday,  will be observed Christ Church. The  rector will give a-special "addrefis^with  reference to the * Caledonia diocese  which, at present* is without a bishop.  Due to the appearance of Chautauqua there Will Jbe* no show of pictures  at the Grand on Saturday% night;  Manager Rodgers announces the booking of "The Thief of Bagdad.*'-, "in  .which Douglas Fait banks plays' the  stellar role, for J one 25th -and 26th.".'  A pleasant feature of %the regular  meeting of Christ Church -Ladie^  Ouildgon Tuesday afternoon, at the  home of Mra Hilton, was the.presentation of a silver fpie' knife to the vice-  president, Mrs. Charles Moore, who  celebrated' her silver wedding anniversary that day���������1  4  Four degrees bf frost were shown on  the   official .thermometer, iu town on  Tuesday morning,, and east- of town-j  and   on . the flats some   damage'was [  done   to -tomatoes -and  able.  road at   Canyon   growers   assert.- no  damage has been*done.  S. A. Speers and C. F. Hayes* jwere  motor visitors tc Windermere on Sat-  other veget^**  At Eriekson and along the main  - PRE-EMPTION������  '- Vacant. "'mii-Jtetwrvod, - aarvay-s-a  .-Jrown-Jands- trmg-. ba Bra-amptod hy  "-iteitfah subjects over 18 year* of .age,  ind by aUens***0ii "decTartng Isttontfon  *o be<M*so������jV- SritJali aubjsota, condi-  tionsl'yupon' ..-residence;, --occupation,  iiid hnprovemant for agricultural  purposes*.   -*���������?-.>  *-..'.   k  E^ttBtorm&tiGri concerning - rego- .  atlona _c*garding;- j?B3������remptio������a la  given In Bulfetlfi. '"Wo-.-'-l; X*and Series,  ���������Sow to Pre-empt -Load," copies ef  which.can bs^htained tree Qf charge  oy addressing -tha -Oopartment of  ' Lands.' Vlcwr!"*-*, "B.CL.'cr to any- Qov-  ernment .Asrant.-   . "  ORecordB- -*-*4_l,.*ba granted covertna  only land ^itabla for agrlcultoirsl  purposes; "ard"5whlc& 'la not Untber-  le*xn% La,* carrying over J&.000 boara  feet par aci-^weatiot the Coast Range  yacd 8,000 feet per" acre' -east of that  Range.       *���������������**--:: - /._���������  - ~ Applteatlons -*_k*r- pre-emptions are  - o be addressed to the Land Com-  nissloner of th������1������and Recordlnfir "Dl-  t-lstoft, in which the land applied for  is situate*, eund ara s-*ad**> on nrlntad  . forma, copies of. -which can he obtained from'" t38a* l_a.nd Commissioner.  'Prty-cmptlSSt. must be occupied for  five y������a_ra and trnprovententa made  to value, .of ^10. .per acre, inctadias  clearinaaad' eultivatinv at least five  acres. Before a Crown Chant can be  - received.  Star more detailed, information see  the    Bulletin    "How    to    Pre-empt  Isnd.H  .   -      A       PURCHASE ���������  a .good- turnout for their concert fn  the Parish-Hall on Friday Tiigfrfc, given  for'the benefit of the* Anglican Young  People's Association." The*cash intake  was a little over $30. ..-*���������_  n*t.   ������r       j������ i-_r.- i-*_o.i ^  l  a       -.     urday,^ making an -appearance at tha^  ^?^���������*^S2  _J^iMl!   point with M?jor MHllandaine, who ^  Masonic D.D.G.M.,*paid aci officii visit  to Co]uinbia_������>(>dge on the 22nd,* and  was royally welcomed bp a host of old-,  time friends in the Columbia valley.  C W. ASXA.N,  jes-^. r^'^'l! '���������l"'J!iH!*i''''iiii!iiii������.MiiJiJiii_iN il||i-MWgMaBa_^  OP CANrAJQU-a  CRESTON BRANCH,  yj.        /*:-"_________ *  WiiljiiiiMiiliiliiiiiwiiiiiii!  Manager.  Nelson Protective Association  IA   1500 CLUB] -  "TT--HE COST 19 SMALE. AND THBS BENEFIT IS L_ARGm   Wby not ta,ve advast-  " J-L    a*e     **xIs ������P*30rtQ-iit** to help those who took to yon for protection? Join now.  ENTRANCE FEE $8.00.      ' - AGE ZJMtT SS YEARS.  Persons of either sex eligible.       Applicant pays the doctor's fee. ,  For full partjaqlars write*     _ "_ _   ,������"'",    Z     "  -R.J. STEEL, Seeretaty, Bo^isKJyELSONi B.C.  *   ������.... ** -,  NEWCARSyyy'Vyi:  1 Sedan Fordor, 1 Touring. pi Chassis.  SECOND-H CARS'   "  1826 Model Ford  ......k.:���������.....^ ,...$375.00  (   IQiB Model Foi-d  ..���������.., .....:::....��������� * 150.00  ;7;',-;    ' :'^''f ���������:���������;������������������ "7 In   fihO ShapeJ    ���������'' .   7       "  Therejare still *a "ewchoice reserve  seats"for the" 1926 Chautauqua, to- be  had but no-time should be lo^t in  booking feH������im.'"*"ltt,Iie-plan is at Praser"s  bakery, and ^chairs-are !75 cents for the  four-day pw^raopme.  "-The-"yot������i^^f-jdple's Coudpil-of tbe  United Church had their annual picnic  on- Empire Day^ at .Boundary Creek.  In spite of none too favors ble weather  I there was a large turnout and an en-  I joyable time was bad.  ^I_iA.w������ ^Sq-*^j^r-������������he" Presbyterian  -Ladies'l Ai"d^re hotdfiriff a strawberry  social at the home of, Mrs. Webster on  Wednesday, done 9th_,^froiii 3-to 6 p.m.-  with "home i*ookinK and "candy stal!s._  Jbree auto service from postoffice.  --   -���������'! t\ yV     'A-    -^  Anyr-pjeVson" desiring . to install  Skinner overhead irrigation will do*"  well to communicate with P. K."  Truscott, who has taken over the  agency for-the Creston district. A-  shpply of parts required will shortly  be on band. _  Up till this week 30 auto drivers  licennea have" been issned at Creston  provincial police^Slpe tnis year The  law requiring drivers to have siTlicettt-e  heci^me<>effective -last year, ( and for  1025 almoElt 300 of these permits were,  issued loyally. '.'*     -,���������-��������� _.       "      ' '  - -Ay club"-"of retail merchants on  prairie want.to get"'ih7l^nch"ivith as-  ���������afua-ny grinwefs of strawberries und all  linea of fruits hs possible. Can handle  large 'qu-rrititles.-���������':Bes'ti,7bf.��������� banking  i-efei*ence. . Write A. R.  field.   Alberta.  MINERAL  -     .-<FORM.F.)  Certificate of Improvements  /V0770Ef  Lucky Boy ami Lssshy Boy Fractional  Mineral Claims, sitaated in f&e  Pletson Mining Division, of Kootenay  ^District. ��������� . Where located: On Sheep  about six rqitos from Salmo." a "**f  TAKE NOTICE that I, A. H. Green, actiMg  as agenfcifor *AugTiBt tSdiw5nke,-Free ^Miner's  Certlfloate No.69*S5o^ intend, siaciy^^ayB ftom  claims. , .  And farther take notice-that' actipn. lander  Section 85. must be commenced toefoit? the  issuance of such. CertiQcam of Improvisrtftihfcs.  Dated this6CK day olAp������1^192fe      ^    >*'     -  V .i'i , .,', ���������        " *   ������**      '   ��������� "  Appllcatlona .are received for pur  chase of vacant and unreserved  Crown tends/" not being tlmberland,  foe asrcicultnral purposes; minimum  price of-flrt-t-plass (arable) land is $6  per acre, and second-class (KAj-ins)  land 3&60 per acre. SHtrther information reeardimr purchase or leasr*  of Crown lands is driven in Bulletin  Np. "10, Land Sarlea "Purchase and  _L_ease of Cro-tt-aT'lAnds.-*  Mill,-factory, .or Industrial sites on  timber land,- not exceeding- 40 acres,  may be "pin-chased dr leased, the conditions ' ihclu&ingr ' payment pi  stompage.  .HOMESITE   "LEASES  i Unsurveyed* areas, not exceeding SO  acres, may be leased as homesltes,  conditional "upon* 'a dwelling being -  erected in*the first year, title being  obtainable- after residence and im-'  *provement conditions are fulfilled  and land haa been surveyed.  j- .-LEASES  \    Por grazing-, and ~ industrial    pur-  "poses areas not exceeding 640 aer%__.  may be leased "by one' person  or  #  company.  - GRAZING  TTader"the Qraslng Act the Prov-  - toce- is divideg into gracing dlstrlct-  . and the range administered under n  y^Grasiaiff        Commissioner,       Axinuai  ��������� arrasing-permits -are Issued based on  , nambersi -ranged, priority being given  ...to eatal^ished owners.* Stoek-ownet-*-  -" -may^- forhr vassQoiat!o2i3-~ fst -  ra������s*e  .".managements   Kree, or pa-rftially free,  x permits ere available   tor \ settlers.  _eampez������7������&a7travellera.   up   to" tee.  d. .   -,..> .     .7  .      ,  Shertt Cross-  .'���������77 f ��������� '  ; Miss McDonald who will Kupervise  ^Chautauqua ut Cieston this'*1 season'  arrived on Sunday, and is busy .this  week visiting the outside schoolsIqter-  estinf?   the children in   the  fourybig  Exclusive Ford Dealer  /  .   \ ���������   .  CRESTON  AN NOUNC ESVi ESSIl  Just to let you know thai: I have tnken over my  former Butcher business, and am making the rounds  regularly tyith a very choice line of FRESH BEEF  AND PORK. -  An usual I am this spring well ntookeel  up with Implements  of every deseript-ion. Democrats,  Wa������on������i Harness,, eto,    .  Also have a few head  of Horses  kind MHoh Oowo, whioh I  am oclling on favorably terms.  JI oan hiin-lle any; Apples yott  have to dispoto of,   and wilV  -pay the tops prlca in Cash. * ,' ."/-'  ���������  Strawberry  ��������� and ���������'������������������-'  ���������    jt\    W^������j*lr-*C? Stfmmf" \*^mW  w^^tmm    i"a        JT  . \_**rcA.L_ss  ..'.I  -*���������'  , have you placed yonr order  tor, Sfcrawherrv Crates yotj? If  hot we would advise do. 'aM6  ab onoe, so: as to enable us ,to  got your orates out ^before lyiie  Raspberry rush.  We would  approointo   it i  all   those   n eeding Haspberry.  Crates     wotilrl -.place ; yth'eir>!  orders now, Bo ue can onrjiofr.  your   onp   tuaterial   to  uiteot  your need a,   , -  ��������� '���������"Do  mot dt:Uy. 7Ci*dei- mow  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  MEAT MERCHANTS  ���������'->     ORESTOH-  JTRYOUH ��������� ���������  bhAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  ,.   ' An economical dish, tmsy to serve.  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON ana%LARD  "' GLENDALE'"CREAMERY tiUTlTER  Government graded,"- highest quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH      ,  '  nUvarioUes.   y. _'  / A._M.;_M_H._.#   HXTJCI*    XMf*sM3>'mT-  mmWTT*MVr%l\T   1_T_C"A JT     f A HMD  %*nOZCC8Z Ef������m-IZ.JFm. ryJItlw.y tvHJ i IJJ������V$   V-JZ*/l.L*M 3LMJV1M3  Ij&wJfRjkvS    IlfiJEjrmlZ   FCrUIm mZR. Ji     F*Hp%2IM' '  Increoies egg- production and produces belter poultry:    Buy the *">c������t.  Mimawffiiir'*^^ \  ./  *���������  y  THE   REVIEW.,   CRESTON;    B.    Q  and all Irritated  blemished skin is  "quickly soothed  and healed by  50c. "box-  All Druggist*  Vodka  In  Kussia  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  Lord Somers lias been appointeit  Governor  of   Victoria,   -Australia,     ln  succession to the Earl of Stradbroke.  A letter embodying a final appeal to  Soviet Russia from the League of Nations Council to participate iri tlie disarmament studies in Geneva was made  public at Geneva.  Five thousand settlers are in sight  for Canada this year under the land  settlement scheme, according to Major  John "Garneil, chairman-of the Soldier  Settlement Board.  The development of an entire island  by a single company for the purpose  of Increasing the production of pineapples is foi-ecast by Honolulu business men who hax*e visited the island  of Lanai.  The dirigible to be used by Captain  Roald Amundsen in his Polar flight  lias been formally christened "The  Norge," and turned -over to M. -Tliorn-  asen, president pf the 3\rorwogJan Aero  Club.  The cost to Canada of sending  Canadian troops to Siberia in 191S and  3 919 was $2,823,960. Arlswering a  question from J. S. Woods worth  (Labor, Winnipeg North" Centre) in  the House of Commons, the government said that the actual cost of the  Siberian expeditionary force uas not  known.        '  Demand    For   National    Drink    Is    Increasing  ''According   to   Govern-  " ment Report  Russia is developing art insatiable  thirst for vodka.  Although the government wi.hin'Uie  last six months has more than doubled  its output of vodka, it has been unable  to meet the demand for the national  drink. *  According to figures announced," the  government -will" produce 500,000,000'  quarts of vodka during the coming j  year, which will yield the state about i  ?250,000,000 in revenue, or ten per j  cent, of the entire budget. |  OUR CROSSWORD7PUZZLE   1  EAiJTIFY IT WITH  AMONG DYES"  ON THE AIR  What   Is   Doing    In   the  Radio  World   at  Just    Dip  to    Tint  to Dye  OF*  Boil  Kach 15-cent package contains directions so simple any  woman can tint soft,  delieate shades or dye  rich, permanent colors  in lingerie, silks, ribbons, skirts, waists,  dresses, coats, stock-  .ings, sweaters, draperies, coverings, hangings ���������- everything!  Buy Diamond Dyes���������no other kind���������-  and tell your druggist whether the material you wish to color is wool or silk, or  whether it is linen, cotton or mixed  goods.  ^Jmt^fi^m  mmm  A$������&eiJLQa*4>m*m. ^  Joint   Soreness   Subdued.  Swellings Quickly Reduced  Wonderful   Results  From  Rubbing the  Sore Parts With  NERVILINE  "JMy testimony should convince anyone Ihat 'Nerviline' is a splendid preparation to use on swelled joints. Rheu-  maiism left me badly crippled," writes  Amos F. Fleury. from Kingston. "I  we-t.it to-McKay's Dru._ Store and they  recommended Nerviline, which restored mo. completely."  For Rheumatic pain?. Lumbago,  Sciatica, you will gel lasiiii.*.  satisfac  tion   irom   a   3.">c  Sold  everywhere.  bottle   of   Nerviline.  Displaces Flour Milling Industry  Canada's leading manufacturing industry is now the pulp ami paper in-  dusu-y, having recently displaced-the  flour mining industry, The total  Viiltir- c->?' pulpwood i.'Npon.ed, pulp exported and paper nianufaeiured in 1921  re a ���������-"'���������.- -5   ih������-  sum   or ?ls7,0<������.,i,i)i)(>.  Minard's Liniment used  by  physician*  The radio equipment aboard the  Leviathan provides for communication  with points  3,000 miles distant.  The first broadcasting station in tho  Irish Free Slate has been built by the  Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company  in the McKee Barracks on the outskirts of Dublin.  The Evening Standard says that ar-  ter three years of research, Sir Oliver  Lodge, the ' eminent scientist, has  solved ��������� the problem of the wireless  ���������'howler" or oscillator, wliich has baffled experts throughout the world.  Station WKRC, Cincinnati, 0-, has  made--iflans for a, new studio. The  studio arrangement calls -for. .a,'-large  orchestration studio, solo studio, a  "control office for operators, a private  office for the studio director and engineer, a promenade, an artists'  lounge and a large reception hall.   t  BABY'S HEALTH  "IN THE SPRING  Can  Best    B-e - Guarded    "With  Baby's Own Tablets ,.  The spring is a time of anxiety to  mothers who have little ones in the  home. Conditions make it necessary  to keep the baby iridtfors. He is often  confined to overheated, badly ventil-  'ated rooms and catches colds which  rack his whole system. To guard  against this a box of Baby's Owii  Tablets should be kept in. the house  and an occarional dose ������iven th������ baby  to keep his stomach and bowels working regularly. This will prevent colds,  constipation *or colic and keep baby  well. The Tablets are sold by medicine dealers or by mail at 25 cents a  box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine  Co., Brockville, Ont. *  ,    Horizontal.'-y  1���������Widespread   scarci! y  of.food.   ���������  7���������Ridicule.      -*-   -  13���������Devotional prayer.  ;14^-Eluded.    - , y.i ������������������ x .Ay .  15���������Egyptian die ty.  16^-Pithy  saying.   ;  17-���������Damp.  18���������Note of tlie scale.  19-r-Sleeveless      Arabian  garment.    ...  21���������At no time;  23���������Nothing.  24���������Liquid   measure.  26���������Free.  -27���������Small orifice.....'-.',..  28���������Short pastoral poem.  30���������Gold-bearing veins.  31���������Neighboring,      proximate; '*"7:   i  32���������Harbor. -  35���������Provide; as food.,  39���������Barren. 7  ' -?  40���������However.  42���������rTJncommon. .  43���������Border.  44���������Stone worker.  46���������Aeriform fluid.  .7���������Like.  48���������Because.  49-^Pincli slightly. .;;;.,.,  51���������^Ncite"'of''- the scale.  52--r01d.    ; .7'.,.  54���������Overjoyed.  50���������Breathes..---..noisily  sleep. .  i 57���������-Beguile. 7  in  Vertical  1���������Food forTcattie;  2���������-Pertaining to Arabiai  3���������-Note of the  scale.  4���������-Theory-, doctrine.  5;���������Midday.;  6���������Come .in.   7  7���������Mended.  S���������State  emphatically..  9���������Make a certain kind  of edging.  10���������European     cyprinoid  fish. ���������.....- ;  13���������Withdraw."  12���������Ancient'Roman magistrates.  _20���������'Everybody.  22���������Addicted     to      vice,  ,-,..   .wicked.  23���������Incline   the  head.  .25���������-Adored.  27���������Pertaining     to     in������  .      .poles of a sphere.  29���������Alcoholic liquor.  30���������Sap of certain trees.  31?���������-Worry, vex.    ,  ,33���������Got up.  34���������Energy.  36���������Follow closely.  37���������Rubbed- out.  38���������Dw;eiL y y;���������-::%    y  40���������Reveals, v % '���������  41���������Modified in tone.  44���������Birthmark.,;   '  45-���������River Thi^-Egypt.  "48���������Evergreen tree,  50���������Comrade. .   -  53���������Negative.  55���������Thou <Fr.).  Two pur--, veliite canar 5 ���������-���������-?, only ones j  of -Iik-ee* kin*'!, in Canada, were visitorlj  at   th"-  jmnvjul   .iifaw   in   Winnipeg,   of;  t������_ii   W.-j-i... i I:    <',trci'Ui    J'tf>n������?r    Canary.  Aspor-iiii ion    yri'i    Win nip-"'.'    Bird    >-*o-  ci-f-lv.  In  Swing  With The  Mode  Canadian Coal For Canada -  Canadians sue visions and dream  dreams of a good time coming, when  .the $80,000,000 that go out of Canada  fori the purchase of coal in the state  of Pennsylvania shall be kept in Canada. Canada's anthracite co^.1 bill  could be divided���������40,000,000 for Nova  Scotia coke and $40,000,000 for. Albert coal.���������Kingston Britisii Whig.  j   The    worms    that    infest    children  Trom    their    birth    are -of two kinds,  those that find lodgement in the stomach and  those that, are  found in  the  intestines.      The latt<-"." are the most  destructive, as they cling to the walls  jof the intestines and if not interfered  j wiih    work    havoc    there.       Miller's  I Worm   Powders   dislodge   both   kinds,  I arid while expelling    them    from    the  ! system   serve   to   repair   the   dam age  !they have caused.  Imp ojteint Factor In-Industry  Large Amount Realized 'From  Sale: of  Work  Done  By  Blind   -  At. tlie.''.annual...,^4^  men's Auxiliary :to'��������� tlle'''fJ.anadianyNa-:  tional Institute for the Blind, held at  Government* House, Toronto, it was  demonstrated that the blind folk of  the province are a great.-factor in in-,  dustry. At present 20 blind men employed in a broom-factory in'Toronto,  are manufacturnig about 1,0.00 dozen  brooms per liionth, while sightless women at work in another factory fash-*  ioned 13,800 aprons and dresses during the past year. Five travelling  salesmen disposed of the beautifully  made garments; and over $67,350 was  realized. The warehouse "and saleroom 'department* which looks after  the selling of the basketry and other  products, manufactured by* the blind  homeworkers handled 47,828 articles  valued at $44,217 during 19257 Two  thousand of the eight thousand blind  in Canada are resident in Ontario and  six hundred live in Toronto.  Answer to Last Week's Puzzle  Demand For Farm Lands  The larger dealers at Winnipeg report an increased -demand for farni  lands, and half-section transactions  with-i one-third cash as first payment  arte more numerous this spring than  for many years. Some of the, buyers  are farmers desirous of extending their  holdings, but many of them are Old  Country people- arid newcomers from  across the line.  Early Seeding Operations  Winter     records     in   Alberta   went  overboard when George Bedell, Taber  A   Household   Medicine.���������'flu-v  ru-f- ae<--"i'iint.*-'*  wiih  \hc Bti'vliju  ihal  prop-  -'j'l !*>������������������-��������� of [Jr. TIjojjj.j.-* 1-7 ���������Ir.'ci rif oil in  ilu- ; r'-anm-n: of m-an*- m-.merits wiiuld  no*   be  -viilious   ii   l:i   the  liou--<*.       |i   {.-.  !   rlli.v        aJ       ilOla.-f!    l>IaiJ       I I I * ' li i ' ' i ! ������ I        itjjl|      i . ^^      il  Is   r-ffi-i-'Mvc   in   ���������*!������-.���������* Iiiil;   '.\iiri   iiu.ny   orrl  1r\'iry  ryuivpln In* *���������   ii   "...-  ;aj.   I rif *;(..'-r*.--!*������������������-���������-  THi"ilU:iiii'.       So.  U f ���������* |>  ii  J-1   lii'iinl, ;i������  tfi-*  full      IVm'      ii      hi'i.       r-fHTif   mo; i    ii*i'-';-  p<"'',."'lly.  V" i -���������  fii ri'  'fa-aW:-  I '<!'  lot-   f ii'nu  'fir  hii*ii-"������i  3ifi-i'   l'\ "  ir ������������������'.���������     <"t>u-  ' ������ V. 11   |   :      It a"   Jl i  ill).        Hi'K-j-  iii'l   "ih.j"   11  i'i '        liul.'i'fl  ly,  I  don'r  l'v������*   !(���������������.���������;:  I    fl'Hll-.  \V7.:'  Tlif' fhivn coat, is the "newest mode  of th-j* seiiHori, introduced in Paris and  accepted with enthusiasm on this side  of lb-': water. A coat Unit, speaks tin-  very last word In smart, swagger lines  and material. It. i.^ necessary to have  a wrap in wliich utility and ilppc-iiraneo  are combined, in 'these duvs ol! *w5d-H-uvlJ' ulJUl" "'"*" v""rt  ii-j.vi.1 and of varied acliviiir-H in so-! farmer, sowed a field of nllalla on  tial life. Fashioned of (wood in j,onc*s , February S laut. The firsl.^ wheat In  of ian nnd brown, tho back is c:iu"plain*! All'erta was sown near Card.ston on  find falls in sol'l riiiplos from the kIiouI-  il<���������!-.*..       'PIif-  collar  i.;  convertlblt*  and  lOilf.*     |i.\.-i,-     i"-*f". ������-l'j     il!     .sil)j<ll>l)l'a-;^t('ll  fji^liioii wiili i wc) bon������! bill foils. Denp I  pntch pocicfts lt.".vo7i tub Irlnrming, !'  unci n.tiTow cuffs nr������l.--li Ilu* i.-f't-ln l������  sleevf-H. Xn. '.i:il2 i.s In sizes S-l. ftfi. |  ;,.s, 'Hi, .|'J and M indie-, bust. Sl/.o ".iti |  bu.m ro'julres. \W,\ yunlrt Dfi-lncb, or 2% |  yfiffl-i  r, finch miiierh.l, wllli W *,<?.  jardn i  I  February 27th.  20  ;h  in..'  ,*.t,iii<:h     iiiiiii.',     inali'i-iiil.        I'l-lcc  c'-n' *-���������.  (mr F.i!-.huiii Iloolc, illusivallng I lies.  n������ v.u.,t j.ia.l j-;m:;I pi-acilcal .,i> I< ;:, will  b������*- of fntiar<*:-t t"o every borne div-Bsinsik-  (���������r. I'Ti'-r- of ihe hn.ik lo r-r.-nts the  copy.  TlXV-iLJL^     1 J^J.-/ JL . . How   To   Order   Patterns  U'tilie      v.-{-]\     '\i;  In   warm   -.-.���������.������������������i".  .uifUliCj;   an!   ch-.  liiil.'iiTimmiiiri.  M inn r.i's  Ji   anuickly  S     Oil I      I lt������'-  She Comld .Wever  ie Twangs  Other   Girls   Did  Miss I. .T. T'osa, Scollarcl, Alto.,  wi"ili)."������:--'fI am unly twiiity " years  ohl, but liavo RiilTorod from heart  palpitation and ncrvo troublo tot  rcvornl yenvn.   , '.".  i could never do.llio things otlicr  f-ir-l"^ did, tlint; im, in the lino of  Hportfl, skating, etc., f������nd could novor  depend on niyt.fiIf at; worlc.  A limit ������;lx niontliH ������go I begnn  triKing  .Adrlrc"-**  i?r,  -   Wlrinlpejj Mcvvkpaper Union.  ^^���������*���������^>''���������rm���������'lt   Ave . Wlnnlpojy  Fatlern No..,  . Size  Winnipeg Fur SMe  Pelts to Value of $750,000 Arc Dispos-  ' ed Of at Western Sale  One of tho largest fur sales held Jn  Winnipeg took placej;eceritly and met  with considerable success, buyers  from Eastern Canada, tho United  States nncl other countries being tn  attendance. "jftie aggregate value of  ��������� the pelts sold was approximately $750,-  000. They represented the ilnesl  pelts oil tho year's catch. Forty per  cent, of the offering came from within  the Arctic Circle. Tho remainder  came from the Mackenzie River basin,  James Bay. Northern Manitoba, Ontario and Hudson's Bay.  Externally or Internally, It is Good.  ���������When applied externally by brisk  nibblr"'*;, l"n\ Thomas F.clectrl** Oil  opens the pores nnd ponotrjitoa tho  tissue, touching the sent of the troublo  nnd immediately affording relief. Administered Internally, It will still the  ���������Iriit'illon In tho thront which Induces  coughing and *wll 1 rollovo affections or  the bronchial tubes nncl respiratory organs.     Try It "iiul bo convinced.  I   That Stomach of Yours!  '   ��������� ��������� '      '  i'ro'/lncc ,  Send  20c coin  or  ntamps  curf. fully)  (wrap  cola  1  .���������Ti<i m ju������t twice tlio girl I ""���������������-", ������nd  can ������r>iiJoy ������vory thing in general lito  mo much morn. 1 aia very grateful  for -what  your  Pllln havo  dono for  "put   up   only   by  Th������  T.   Milbuni.  Co.y "Llmltcil, ToraUfcto, Oat.  Rcci Lake Gold Field  Clul'ins staked in the Hod Lake gold  mining -field are keeping tlio'rnconler'a  olllee IiUMy. 1-rospeclors arc of Ihu  belief that tlie ni'-'a from lied Lnko'lo  Ilie IMunltobii. bouinlary is promising  and already many Hquare miles of territory    west    of    lied Lake has been  stulo'il.  Minard's Liniment for sor<t throat  ���������MiclUclhwaUc Studio  a  Toronto, Ont.���������-������������������������������������Dr-. Pierce's Goldet������-  Mcclical discovery is' the very best  medicine any one can take for stomach  trouble aud to build up the blood when  it becomes thin nntl impoverished," said  Mrs. Peter Sargent of 39 Cornwall St.,  Toronto, Ont. (Picture above.) "I  suffered all the time from stomach  trouble, My food did not digest properly, would set heavy on my stomach.  caiiHing- me to suffer Kicat distress.  Food did mc no good. * My blood waa  impoverished and I did not have enough.  ���������But, after talcing Dr. Pierce's Golden  Medical' Discovery my digestion waa  good and my trouble waa at ail end ao  far as iny* stomach apd blood were concerned. The food 1 ute nourished my  body and soon my blood was in u good  healthy state."  At Till 'ln*������; ������"*#)ra"������i. r>r *.*wl 10 arrnt-t  to, Doctor "Pierce's Laboratory ia  Bridccburj;, Out., for trial jiacUugc.  %  Xi  1  *i  fll  I*  ���������*  v XHlS-BBVISWi'   OBESTON,   B,   Q.  >*v  W"  v '5___fc:--";---"- E.-"3--Vii7.--v^i^:"'". F^H'; _^^i*^������r^,*C-. ~B^������l. ���������5Ss;"55^"'5. .:-.-���������  &&&2?y cooisixi^  ������.-*������  ������������������*<*^er.e^ ,.,..;,,:;^...,  Extracting   Helium  From  Air .  Bcitssh Firm Successful- in Gathering  Non-inflammable Gas  Pure helium from the air lias beep  extracted by a British firm: The company has employed a power engine,  w3������U a, fly wheel of huge dimensions,  sucking in the" atmosphere, to be  afterwards separated into its various  ���������gases." ___  1 Helium is regarded- as- the one non-  inflammable gas available for inflation  of dirigibles. 'It is said that on^_  might place a lighted match in a volume of it and the flatne woul'dTbe extinguished. In the case of airship  explosions, as in that of the". PC4 in  America, it is claimed that "but for the  non-inflammable character of its gas  every life would .probably have been  lost in fire following on the explosion  that ripped the cover.  a  After Every Meal  It doesn't take much  to keep you iii: trim.  Nature  only asks"'a  .little help.  Wrigley's, after every  meal;, benefits teeth,  breath, appetite  and.  .   -digestion.  A Flavor for Eyery Taste  COS'S  Copyright 1925by H.JL.GATES  Published by arrangement with   First .National   Pictures,   Inc.  THE STORY THUS FAR        ,     forgot the maelstrom that surged out-  :' Joanna,   pretty,   modern,   shop   girl.side his office doors���������the humdrum of  'alone, in the world, has .never known] bargaining; in  the  great lavish  floors  anything but poverty and a desire for      -   ..       dem.rtment  <-tore        The   irirl  "the luxuries of life.     Her tips are lip- tne  aePattnie:nt  stoie.       the  gul,  stick red, her hair bobbed,-her dresses j wlw> was one of those who bargained,  short, but her heart is clean with all   bargained  with  her wits "against the  "of her ilapperisli ways. She is summoned into the august presence oE  Graydon, her employer. She is expecting to be dismissed.  purses  of housewives;  "bargained^,the  v-shimmer of her hair and the brown of  her,.eyes and  the  curves  of her lips  against the -world., of which the crowds  CHAPTER  II. out there were-a*   symbol,   became    a  Into ihe Kingdom ol Money " flower,  a delicate,'   exquisite - blossom"  For   a   long   time   Graydon   silently   that: some irreverent hothouse trader  looked down  upon   the  girl wlio  had j "had painted into a jaded taste of fools  swayed into the chair.      She, too, was  silent, motionless.      The letter he had  given her with     tlie    small,    leather  bound book, shook in her hand.      She  -'held it  before her,    an    arm    resting  J across her knees.   '   tier  eyes   stared  at   the  typed lin^s.    ..Now  and again  she closed -her lids tightly._shd6kjix.er  ., head   ever   so   little,-��������� and.- parted "her  lids again/as if lite words on-the paper  '-'blurred  before the fascination.- of her  .gaze and  sho  had  straightened \hem  out  by  shaking  the confusion  out of  her brain.  Once  she  let her hand droop,  and  kepi. her eyes  closed  for what might  have been halt a minute,      Then, with  a  suddenness   that  seemed  as  if  she  .���������;'.were-.clutching at  a shadow that she  '���������"* didn' t want to  fade, she brought the  paper, closer aud read e_ach line again,  in ,-���������'.;frantic..7haste. .       As    Graydon  watched ;. lie}*    the '��������������� wratli    of    sbuie-  vthing very tender, ami ineffable, hoy-  ^erad about his lips.   - Out of  the ec-  7cent rio    pat tern    ol" the- exaggerated"  iype"she, l-eprese.itled,   the excessively  "obstrusire ''daughter of today,":a new  shape'��������� emerged.      For the moment he  "Tell me," she  pleaded,  they're doing to ..into-?"  What  AVOIDED  AN OPERATION  ' ������������������ '���������'   , '���������.''.      tf*''"!   *:"-"���������'   :;  ���������_.*, ���������; , /y " - y t  Mrs. Dayman -Gives Lydia  E. BinkHam/s^^ Vegetable  Compound the Credit  Colborne, Ontario."���������-'*\Vhon 1 waa  tirab married 1 wa-"..very, thin and  weal-*. The doctor  said I was weak  and;would: never  bo able, to have a  child,  but X did,  and li-oni tlie X.\n\e  my baby cume  1 sullorecL ally the  time and doctored  and toojc medi-,  cine. I-il'e became  a bu rden, and doctor.} said an operation could helpv ',  me, la|tmy husband watt opposed to  that-^.hiurst-fcn jLydia E. rmkhum'a  tiu-dSeirie advt*|'tifciod, so I toltt my husband that I thought I would try it,  * thai: 1 might ijet Home relief.  1  hud not taken  one-bottle  valli-n  I cuuld It'cl. it lu-lii'iutf inc.    I  took Hve bottle rt ami hiulliette'r health.  ,.'.. Now 1 have three idiis and a boy and  -have done my work up  to confine-.  ment,   I_'iim now at tile Change ol'  Life und owe inir good health to iLydiu  1!. I'inkham'H Vegetable Compound. I  ^tnlcoa bet-tic'wlu-n I think I need It."  , ������*-:"*M-l>. SllMAN 1UVMAN, lti It. No. 5,' f  , ������ Colborne,-'CMrttu'jo, ���������  "Bold Hv dl*U,-.*'i--.tf <������vervv-hai*rj������,.      t%  "The "Old Man," forgetting for the  moment the fluctuations in the price  of "Manchester cotton'and the season's  demand for Highland-plaids, pictured  her as a rhododendron suddenly be-  ��������� wi 1 dered by a beam 61'; su nllgh H>veak-  *tng through a mistty  Ai^d then Joanna looked up at him,'  "-Doubts and con fusion had gone from  her .face.     It was lit -vith'tliertaunting  ���������tirnile of:one who had solved a riddle.  ���������"Somebody needs a doctor!  "XVho's crazy, you or IV  ��������� .Ornydon shook his head. "It's all  very, real, Joanna! You came In to  inc.a while ago, a "-little lady of very  smj-.ll ' estate. When you fgo out  again, you will be -a veritable princess In a kingdom of mtfneyt"  _.Joanna crumpled "back in her ehali\  Sljo brushed her forehead with the  back of a hand.  ," "Please, Mr, Ora.ydon.j'alte* pleaded,  "We "beg to say here, that this deposit has been made by a patron of  this institution who has not confided  to ,us tlie source of your funds nor the  motives which have "assembled them  for you. We have not considered lt  necessary to enquire into these matters, because of\the identity of the  depositor, noi" as to his reasons-for the  injunction, upon us to not disclose his  identity to you.".  - The girl faltered, and looked again  at Graydon, who -was watching her intently. The Irovrn still wrinkled in  her brow. Her eyes still groped.  "You see," she argued desperately, "I  told you���������somebody's loose that ought  to be in. a hospital-" '  Graydon pointed to' the paper shaking in her trembling fingers. She  read for him the closing paragraph:  "We are sending you, through your  employer your "bank book with an entry of your account. We "are given  to understand that Mr. Graydon will.  amplify     certain     remarks     included  al>5ve.     We trust "  Her voice droned off through, the  perfunctory assurances of advice and  assistance. When she raised hei-  eyes Graydon liad dropped into his  chair, across the. table from her. She  looked at hiai blankly.  Graydon spoke deliberately, ehoos-  ing his "words, as if conscious of his  need to penetrate the understanding  of the girl whose mind struggled  against a portent that overwhelmed  her.  "You may aecept each sentence with  complete confidence," he said. "The  money is there, ready for you. Downstairs, at the curb, "my own car is  waiting to take \ you, and your bank  book, to. the bank. .There you will  slip. your, name, just a scratch of the  pen, and the rest !"  He paused, "md his finger's again  played with the jade paper "vveight. In  that slight pause Joanna-���������the Joanna  ���������vylibse philosophies were fruits of  many wisdoms���������thought she saw the  thing that, for the time had been driven from her thoughts.  "She was right, after all!- Only,  it hadn't come in the way she expected. A pretty little play, with alldts  elaboi'ate stage setting! A million  dollars! A new kind of gesture made  by some idiot who thought she wouldn't be 'wise' in time. A million dollars; then, 'the rest!'" And then the  pompous gift of money recalled as  laughingly as it had been craftily given!      Ridiculous!"  Joanna   dropped   the   letter, to   the| *f  floor and rose.      Her lips set into a  line that was out of place against their  pencilled colours,   -   - . - '  "Now "you're getting at it, Mr. Graydon,". she exclaimed. "I thougm  there'd be a catch in it. What's the  rest?"  The man only shook his head, rather  sadly, 'as "if iie suffered a little before  the spectacle of a girl, fresh and young  and lovely, who mustyever be on the  alert for "the catch in it."  "There are no obligations," he said,  still shaping his words slowly.     "The  -stupendous gift is yours without conditions.^   Is that the word you would  have me use;  conditions?"  Bejore this rebuff Joanna again was  speechless. Graydon went on: "You  may not even ask a quesUon. ' In re--  turn, none will'be askecl oi" you. It  is possib"ba that you- shall never know  the-name of ycur benefactor. I know  his reasons. I know the motives.  But I may not reveal them to you. I  may only say, and I hope you will have  a little trust in me���������that you need have  no trouble and that there is nothing  unpleasant about your .mystery."  Joanna sank to Tier chair. "You  mean," she persisted. "You mean  that someone���������someone I don't even  know���������has made me rich and that I  don't have to���������that -he won't ask of  me !"      She could not goTon.     All  ""tv  -JOY  FOR  TOf������iACH  her reasonings, her wisdoms, her safeguards were beaten away as if they  were futile things. She heard Gray-'  don say what still maddened her because of the puzzle, in i\.\, tfecause it  left her helpless.  "You will not be asked to give���������  anything!"   -  The office door opened. Graydon  had touched his buzzer and the secretary entered���������'the sti-angels* soft mannered,- unobstrusive girl in whom  Joanna had first seen utter unattrac-  tiveness, but who had caused her to  wonder, after a bit, If her own lips  were not a little too scarlet.  On the girl's,arm was Joanna's wrap  and in lier hand-was Joanna's hat. It  was the same fur wrap Joanna had  thought to be in direful risk ot* the  pawnshop when ^Graydon' summoned  her from the silk counter, presumably  to her dismissal for some unknown offence. The hat was the one still unpaid for.  (To be-continned)  The Only Reliable  Non-Narcotic Pain Killer  Of Gas and Stomach  ,      Maladies  EAST INDIA  PS -  ACT     INSTANTLY  "Complete information regarding this" unrivalled East Indian  remedy will be promptly mailed  you free of charge, on application" to ^_  FREDERICK EDWARDS'  LABORATORIES  1 454 Yongo Street, Toronto 5, Canada  OR  Urgent cases should telegrapn  five dollars with name and address to "EDWARDS, TORONTO." On. receipt of such messages, East India Drops are instantly mailed per "Parcel*" Post,  insured, to. the name and residence of patient. By this means,  lives are saved and incalculable  suffering quickly relieved. 1  Hunting Seals With Planes  Aeroplanes will be employed soon  t>5r the Soviet Government in hunting  seals- on tne Arctic coast. Heretofore schooners have been used, but  results were not .satisfactory, boats  often spending whole weeks, without  making a "catch."  To have the - children sound and  healthy Is the first -care of a mother.  They cannot be "healthy if ti-oubled  with worms. Use Mother -Graves'  Worm Exterminator.  Stomach Troubles  Numerous    Causes    Responsible    For  Serious    and    Often    "Fatal  Disturbances  Though it is true the majority of  people know that erroi*s in their diet  result in ^personally .unpleasant consequences, comparatively few are aware  of the fact that numerous other  causes are responsible for serious and  often fatal disturbance of the ^organs  bf digestion. ��������� An unduly taxed brain  or body frequently creates p������6re "serious internal damage than will an overloaded stomach. But, be. the cause  of origin what it may, ninety per centum of the maladies of civilization are  the direct result of disorganization of  the ' functions of digestion. , Costly  and painful experience has demonstrated that drugs generally adminis;  tered in treating stomach troubles  produce only a temporary ��������� relief and,'  for this reason, are unsatisfactory to  the public. Certain roots and herbs,  indigenous to tropical climates, how-|  ever, have proved- equal to satisfy thej_  long-felt want of not only relieving 'MB  pain, but also, fully restoring the bal-] ���������  ance of the digestive system, lt is to  be hoped that a sufficiency of such  medicaments can be secured to adequately relieve Canadian sufferers. Information concerning these tropical  medicines caii bo obtained by applying to Mr. F. Edwards, 1151 Yorige St.,  Toronto 5, Canada.  Wife.���������"Did you notice the chinchilla coat on the woman sitting in  front of us at church this' morning?"  Husband.���������"Er���������no. Afraid I ovas  'dozing' most of the time." c,     ,       .  Wife.���������^"fJm^ A lot of 'good the  service did you."  Te������  Wholesome cicansins Refreshing  l(h Discount  ON YOUR  Mirstc  This   advertisement   attached   to  your order  entitles  you   to  10  iner  cent,   discount  on   all 'music   purchased from  GOLDING'S  Music   Specialists,  WINNIPEG  .     ��������� 4,M uslc tn all "Its ln'-jmchos."   -   -  mw*mm0  r*"i.rrir"riiTmai1[ i i'i m nummi  V.'  ,,v.   V  (.(.-.'I  "'Don't malec a fool ai mc."    '  ' jf* *  ������������������'  *J"ho eiiru'estnofas, the aerlotisness of  ���������"ho mini who confuted  her puzzled  her, tuid soul her -floundering for other  words*., ,,11,0 pointed to ilie, paper nlie  still held In her hand,  "nead-tl  aloud/'. ho   s.iiil.       "Per-  ha pa. the sound oi: tt will help you." *  Alter tike inui.., murmured "ler persistent, doubt, ' "it sayw; Hh "f'roin n  Ijank!" she obeyed htm, mechanically:  . ".Ami U Bnya,"yshe "began, "Wo hnVu  lhe, pood rotfunq to notify you that  there haw beefH placed'.on depoalt with  tl|f������ InntM-ufclon; -to yom' credit, the  tfu_n:-of< .Ono MUHdny-polIai-B, lu^ cash"  mill a*e*������tiri*lU*ti, HHl������jecl"lo ynui* jw������ri.nn-  'ttl check and audi..other disposition an  j*ju wu.v yil-ah to m,������k''"of thbt*.i -funda.'.  J  A^frnXm} m\\   IL ���������""���������"SB"! Bfl J&ta  Q   US MS"Bjfc      #tt fil    tt EBBS     JSL    Q        mm^^tf,  CUTICURA HEALS  ITCHY ECZEMA  Caused Much Suffering'.  Nose Swollen and Sore.  Face Disfigured.  "Eczema broke out In red spots  and pimples on my., cheeks and  noae. The ecuptipna grew larger  and my nose was swollen and oore,  It itched and burned no much that  it kept me awake, and acmtohlng  caused eruptions. My fuce wu*i disfigured and caused much sufTerinR-. I  "I read an advertisement for|  Cuticura. iSoay and Ointment and  sent for o free sample, I purchaaed  more and Rfter three months' treatment my face won healed." {Signed)  Mrs, Cor In no Desjardinn, Albert-  vllle, Sask. '  Dally use of Cutlcura Soap, with  touched, of Cutlcura Ointment now  and then, keepo the akin fresh,  s m ootlmn d cl^ar.  little Helps For This Week  A   REFINED   WOMAN  uuitrleil or sini-lc. \vimte<3. lo introduce our ladder- proof silk hosiery.  Will replace any pair tlmt runs "from  Kurtertop tfown. Pei-miii*-"iu work  payiujc t*-������ct-llent income is nssui-ed  I'iKht   person.       Write   lodaiy.  C. PORTER, 70 Albert St., Toronto.  *���������  '��������� ���������..**���������': , "' *   .".���������������������������" .)������������������' ���������" ���������". ��������� "x "������������������".���������' - ������  Hna������������t������'V*l1.    Vr*,*  >���������? "T*ll        .������.!������j!'.ii'    C"a..a___l___.aa  Depot:  '-BUtihoyi.., ltd- Uoatwil**' |������rlftj8oIp  Itfi*'. 0"-������t-������l������i������t B6 ������.n������l 60c. Xnlcurn We.  mmr* -C-iU<-"m ������l.������*ln������ muk 2Be.  I w^uld havo you without carefulness.���������Cor. yM-������ 32'  Bowed with a burden none can weigh  save Thee,  Strength ofi my life, on Thee I cust  my care;  My heart must prove Its own Inilrmlly.  But what, shall move me If my (Sod Is  there.  ���������Anna LotltJa Waring.  Do you know the blessing of rolling  all your cares on God? Jle ean bind"  up the hroken-heiirtod, and comfort;  all who mourn. Ho la ever near, |  cal ling us to i come to Him, nnd hy 5  meekness ami holiness of heart ttnd i  vest ami peace,���������"Maria Hare.  He HlandH very Insecurely "who docs  not cast nil his cares upon Thee.���������  ThouuiH A. Komplti.  BAKERS' OVENS���������Write for eata-  logue pnd list of used oven*.  Hubbard 'Oven Company. 1100 Queen  WeBt. Toronto,  LEG SORES  ARK CUEC.%B1.IB. J'tyyou ���������u^������v.,.from I--_������  Bor������������ or Varlco_i������ Vlcwra. 1-Wlir"a������nd yonv  ab*o1*jt������Iy I'lCGE a copy ������t 'niy,'r������.maui  book ttijit t������Ila how "o b* rid, of Otfm  troubiea for *JI tlm������ by nw\ni my r-*t  marfcabl* pa|nl������M (r*������lmni. It t������ air-  f������r*nl froaikr-kitychlika yo������ ������������w������������r 1i������.i������r,1 or,  and th������ re*ult. or. o*������r. a������ -j-eam ������p*cl*l-  lulne- Simply ������in<l y<*ui* mm* tm) nl-  Ati-M to Dr. 11. J. WHITTIKR. SuM*. 2������,  411 _ffia������u Ulh ������tr������*t. K������n������*������ city, 31 o.       "  Tlio historic Atagayama Bht-lne,  Jiipnii. has a jHiilrvvayv9"KfiH;������l: high,  witli ik piiulrt.il aijoiiL'tiO u������"K������-*t'.-a-.  ��������� Mlnard'a Liniment for dandruff  i***i^"'|'jyy*ij|rVgti'jiifMMf*y'l  ���������SB  ���������^.n,  ��������� -   ._���������      _l���������   ,     *-  ���������uld^Mt^_il_a___J^..a������__,____h_3_,*_^,^AA^  MTifctwWttriMiifflH**^* *^"^''������^- a^���������^.,.^������^^-^^^.^  m.,*^*a^^������**^>.^*.Kl^4^k^A.^M^. W_,  ^S_^ii____)l_i&_l_______^i_^fi_l_M  _i^,-a_,j������1_j������iMl,_^__i.<M������  ^iJttiaaefciSia^sitaitfi  ^..J,*^*.^*^^,!**!^,  *>m!>mm^<^M^m%m.mWu mmssm.
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"THE liifcJBSTO��   BKVEE-W
autau
May 29-31, June
TEWEBS FOR EXCAVATI86, COWmETE
WORK and SU'LOWE
PRESENTS
Leake's Orchestral Entertainers
. y   -r>- -'" -
A musical programme of exceptional merit And variety by masterly
artists, expert in playing a great number x>f instruments.
y TOY TRIO
Presenting EttNBST TOY. Australian. Violinst; EVA LESLIE
V       TOY. Pianist; MABEL MARKLE, Soloist.
Russian  Cathedral  Chair
Presenting Secular, Sacred and   Comic numbers iu solo and
. ���-   " ensemble���in English and Russian.
JOHN DUXBURY, Entertainer
England's unsurpassed entertainer.    He will delight Canadian
audiences. 7
"CAPPY RldKS"
The Play that has made millions laugh.      -   v
"The Narrow Gate in the Wall of Life
DR. GOBDON B. SMITH'S brilliant and instructive message
���which constitutes a great challenge to growing youth.
Sealed tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to WEDNESDAY,
JUNE 2, 1926, for the erectihn of a
feed store.- Sealed tenders will also
be received < for excavating   approxi-
I mutely 100., yards. ' Sealed tenders
will also* fbe receivrd for putting in
concrete cellars- JLbwest or any tender
notjijaecessarily: accepted. . Plans and,
specifications and all information can
be had at Feed Warehouse* Creston
Valley- , Go-Operative Association,
Oreston.   *
SALE CFJMPOUHBED HORSES
Notice is herebyjgiven that I will
sell by public auction on the 3rd day
of June, 1926. at 10 a.n>., the following
impounded noises:
1 bay horse branded bar E2.
1 bay horse branded JN.
1 light bay horse, white feet* no
brand.        __7 -
Unless redeemed before that date.
WALTER HENDY,
M��*y 27, 11125. Poundkeeper.
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-     '       ~      "    / -; . /- "."-:���'. 7. '      -''--. ~~       '
As a result .of the redactions La the Tariff the prices on Ohevrolets
' -/ have "been reduced to the followiflff" _   ,
Roadster and Touring���$ 875
Coupe and Coach d~'1062
Sedan. _J ,..; U82
Landau-���.��� ^.^.���A^.ZZ$I242
Commercial Chassis.���   668.
Utility Eatress* I-fan���   928
-*��*
m���
The City Invincible
In Second Hand "Oars we have one Superior Model Chevrolet in flrsf
class shape. - Also one 1025 Ford Tourings   We can give you.terms
on used as well as new care.      *   - - '     '- -
We expect a shipment of MARVELUBE, the wonder Motor Oil. about,
the first of the month.    Give your car a new lease of life hy" using"
this new process motor oil. -
x   - ���**      - ��� > ^
Get ourjprtces oh Spraying Outfits.   Goodyear Tires and Tubes.
PREMIER   GARAGE
PALMER   &    MAXWELL,
SERVICE ON ANYTHING OPERATED BY GASOLINE-
99
;>
JOEL W. EASTMAN'SJLntensely practical message that will
awaken the average citizen to bis responsibilities in
the present day community life.
Anglican Ghurcli Services
Local and Personal
SUNDAY. MAY 30
ORESTON���S a.m., Holy Communion.
11 a.m.���-Morniug Prayer and Sermon
Loyal Orange lodge, Wo. 2095
Meets THIRD THDKSDAY of
each month at Mercantile
Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.
W. H. CRAWFORD, W.M
mUffhi mnti Heavy
Shoes Msb����&
to Order
New Stock of
Harness
Second Hand Store in
connection
Shots and nctmess Rep^tiring
s
TRY A POUND OF
Old Drury Tea
and you will use no other.
'Ideal' Coffee
Fresh Ground
60c. lb��
^m\Wm\.M    mPVk. *m\\m B__Wt''*M ^B*Sh m^mm mt __J__f"lll JiP4m APtm Im^mm
50c. Ih.
ll^_#-*#*��Eni mTmmtMt      wi     tHklT*Wfmtm
^^m\p^sammMmSA        ^***3aJr"jW*U^S*
25c. lb.
��m llfl MZm, mJmmm%- ���%@kS~' jit;2vw
Goat Fob Sale���Just freshened,
cheap.   P. R. Truscott. Creston.
Room and - board for one or two
persons.    Mrs. Fransen; Barton   Ave.
Tent Fob. Same���12 x 12 feet with
6-foot wall, $20. Hairy Smith Creston.
Dr. Henderson was a weekend visitor at Cranbrook, returning on Sunday.
A telephone has been installed by
Rev.   S.   Newby   at    Christ   Church
rectory.        ,.*'.-,
Fob SAi^-Victrola, S35- ��nd, one
S15; six records with each. Ciestori
Drug & Book Store.
For saxjs���Heavy horse (weighs
about 1200), harness ane wagon. Enquire Review Office..
' The Presbyterian .-Ladies* Aid nre
again having tlieir novelty stall at
Creston's I0SS6 fall fair.
Thursday next is King's Birthday
will be observed as. a holiday at the
postofflce and banks in town.
Miss Viekers, vice-principal of Orss-
ton public school, was a weekend
visitor with Cranbrook friends.
Miss "Lillian Cherrington was home
from   Nelson business coflege for the
Empire Day-weeUend vacation.
For Rent���7-room house, recently
occupied by M. Churchill. $8 a month.
Apply R. Stewart, Alice Siding.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jas, Adlard were Empire Day visitors with Cran book
friends, milking the trip by motor.
The June meetting of the Presbyter-tin -Ladies' Aid will be at the home
of Mrs. Dow, nt 8 p_.ni., Friday, 4th.
'"'Mrs. Hm^ sr., nnd little Miss Ruth
are Nelson visitors this week, and are
gueata of M. and Mi's. G, M. Argue.
WANTED���Girla   and   woinoti   for
{tacking  strawberries.     Co-Operatlvo
"*ru��t Growers Association, Wynndol.
Sacrament of the Lord's Supper wil*
be observed ab the Presbyterian Church
at the 11.20 a.rii, ocrvlce, Sunday, May
Rodgers box factory will this
week complete the season's make of
strawberry crates, with a total output
very close to 35,000.   -
Mrs. Phillips of Winnipeg,, Man.,
arrived on Friday on a visit with Ones-
ton.friends, and is a guest of her nephew., Donald Bradley.
Mr.- and. Mrs. 3. H. Cameron* of
Cranbroak,' were Empire "Day visitors
here, guests of the former's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Cameron.
For Rent or Saues���At Eriekson,
2�� acres with 6-room house, partly
planted to orchard in 1025. Apply to
Mrs. H. Brownrigg, Eriekson. .
There will be the usual monthly
service in Holy Cross Chinch, Creston
on Sunday, May 30th, at 10.30 a.m.,
with Father Cdnan iu charge.
Although the weather .has been
mnch cooler this week it is expected
that the first iQcal strawberries will
be available by the first of June.
Elsewhere in this issue will* be found
a Hat of the^1626-flower show under
Women's Institute auspices. Entries
are to be in not later that June 11th.
ReV. .1. and Mrs. Heodman, accompanied by Mrs. T. Dickson, were visitors with Bonners Ferry friends on
Wednesday .nan king the trip by motor.
S. A. Speers left on Monday for
Weybuvn, to look after the affairs of
brother-in law, Dr. Robinson, whose
death pccUred at the end of the week.
Pat Downey, yr&rd foteman at the
Rodgers box factory, was Creston's
representative at th�� G.W.V.A. cele *
bration in Cranbtook on Empire Day.
Percy "Watson arrived on Sunday
from TtTmir and was a Creston visitor
until Wednesday, when Mrs. Watson
and younjc son returned with him to
be making their home at Ymir fur at
least the next few months.
The 1926 Chautauqua opens on Saturday night at 8 o'clock. Ticket holders-will confer a favor by coming on
the early tide so as to avoaid any con
gestion and inconvenience in" collection of the amiiseEhent tax
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We are the only authorized vendors of Paris Green.
tf
Parasols
Choose yonrs now.     They are going fast.      ^_
See Cream
Clean fountain, Fresh Syrups, Hard. Ice Greain make it
worth your while to get Ice Cream here.    Take
_ some home.
tf
RESTON DRUG & BOOK STORE k
GEO. H. KJEQ]^L.Y
asm
SUGAR.
SALT
ROLLED OATS9tSkem
MOWER REPA
Thesr machines will soon be needed for the Alfalfe and
it is good  policy to  look them over and
order repairs in advance.    The express ��a
. small  shipments  is heavy.    Let .me know
ybnr needs, and  save money  on  freight.
Machine Oil and Cap Grease. En-Ar-Co Motor Oil
FARNIERS'SUPPLY DEPOT
New English
"Pareek" Dinnerwai-e
=s?
jiiMiWi^inimiaq.--
For Sai,k���8prayer,,hiuul or
80 gallon Umk, relief valve,
g    '*
ne,    if
reston.
required t   $50,
ower,
En-
McMurtrle,
H. B. atupIcB was a biiHlooea^ visitor
at Ca.lga.c-y, Alkcrta, u couple off days
wt tLc t;v_d of thu 'iVacrtsk, retwmtiy; om
8����t-Ji-day.
We regret thi* arrival of th<* usual
Interesting budged news from Kitchener loo liaUit for this UftusV. tt, will
appear next- w����U.
Fort Bmji���Slftge-r SiaikI sowing
machine,  En  good  mhape,  $18.     Alio
fez""?.***"!   ***r*tsl*"!-*  "^-srw^"!"  ^**f.!   oil   I'f'SHi'-.
Enquire Review OlflFlce,
24-piece Tea Set^ -
41    "     Tea Set-	
50-piece Dinner Set���
97   "     Dinner Set���
��� '5.75-
^77.75
15.00
27.00
-" *s
This ware is newest patterns and exceptional fine quality.
Dry Goods
Gncarlss
Furniture
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