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Creston Review May 20, 1927

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Atmafeiir Comedy    s  ��������� Pleases, Crowd  j**  *���������*  Trinity Un.ted Church Players  scored-a big bit in their, production of  ������������������T3ie^!������ivaior^6t.ty6M at the Grand  The&tae Thursday night las������V standin-ff  raons being almost, at a p_-e___tii_if. to  tafce;.eare, of- the, bumper _ur*nnntto>  witness the production of this t_dent>-  ed ^cotnp&ny* -   *������-    - <.-  This three-act-, comedy in -full of  am-u-fing incident? frota start to finish  and the artists try tfaelr clever action  kept the- Audience In a continasous  _nir|.fefu!-5_8einsi. ."ilse gsnla off- ������������������Xing."  tJ_erbellboy, who suddenly promoted  to hotel manager* .-was .-admirably  played, by "Miss Lily-lie wis,, who-showed great .-ability in tints somewhat  difficultpart. Miss "Lewis was ������ ell supported in the managing of the. hotel  by Sam. tbe colored porter, whose  search for *'de owner  of dfs trunk*1  T  BgagagiMawMMB  -ff~  .-������  .n.%^b    #m.   Brtitrthlrav  which ia probably their ftsst appear-  as.ee in SK& Valley.-   " - -"r ��������� *"**    -   -  E. J. Malthouse has' just completed  breaking and seeding JU- alfalafa about  three.acres on. the Wiiyred fLujajgaton  place. The rain on Tueeday .moraing  came lust right to give it a good'start  atid wil|ra8so' belpomY -sail -Ceding rand  garden stuff. \   *' \ l  Marry Beeson and 'his Old Country  companion, "Ted Tuchwell,  were yisi  Jtors at' Fernie a couple of days at the  end of the   week,   and  left  again on  Monday for Nelson, in  which section  they are hoping to strike a 5qjb for' the  snmtnder. , <frs *     ,    *  - -"��������� *v  "Strawberrw     nlantina la   receivine  mr ������rJ -���������������       ���������        - _      _ -     mt*  considerable      attention . here    this  'spring wit}!, at least half a dozen places  ���������5__i  ,. .' |,.  %~  Honard Wi^eti'KCt track' l*tst week  from the "ff_ardeau * district^ where he  hagbeen for aiWine tl me supeirviasaTng his  timbeMhg operations. -    '-'- *      ���������;  V     *      ������vl~- - ������.11    J" -.   .  ,      A^     ������ /'I .        *~ t ���������**���������-"**  Mr.   and   Mrs,; Moore  arrived  ping foi the year, the first car of 1927 | <f aj0^*JF  rtn.*} **��������� *wmmm  rAJTHtvaaakiB  **********  f_rBKiti__.a_.-ai  W*_l*  uaa������i4i  ������_������������*������ *w  larger quantities. Mrs. Cannadyand  John Finlgy have put out an acre  each.  mav. i  well: filled (his ^augh-ereating  role to  protection.  Miss Edna Holmes, as "Kitty,*7 the  girlHn red, showed cR������ver acting Ins  s5one-tqo=easy part. Tbs . characters  of June, the maiden aunt.-in search of  a man; - and yoaing Jane, who already  _is.c! ohs Ibuft *t36j*,r!"S' lost hi?*?. *s&r&  taken Misses Clara i\no\ Violet Morrow  -resrpeetively, both of -a horn reve&led  great prof iciency.  .Miss leobel Busroett tilled the light  role of t the v French naaid in a  ver!y pleasing; imasner. .while the heavy  part in the play was .that. of ��������� Mr.  Wfejakler. -; High 'school principal W.  Kelly in- this character had niuch hard  Waark .which .was cleverly, done. Matt  Vbs-k was quite at home as Benjansin  Sfcaore, who-, got smnewbat mteed up  wlthhiseevernl brides, and eVentual-  ly cnarrled the wrong Ja***e.  5^^^^-lsk-ssS^^playe isowew,  ���������i^in^ttie da^lpwe* plajred by ^W^?  Co!l������nss _f5rst as Bobby Baxter, and  fates* S"uipeisoS3a.tis|^ the jjirl in r^d>.  CwSSic-S caaSed. muau S8^������ssem*������n& %o.  this impersonatton, and' -_il*sd the role  to perfection.  R. B. Bceples was largely, responsible  for the success of ; the play, while  much credit is also due Miss Holmes  and Mr*bB^eily, who acl^d as directors  -in the absence of the former. Trinity  Young People wish to thank all  those���������especially Mrs. M. York-1���������who  rendered siaach valuable assistance. ?? f.  A.A.Dennys and F.AJ-tartleck, who  are in  charge of the- potato   bug ex-  ���������<rtunu(iwui>   nuitt   *u    JCiS'SLi   i&OOl^i>h.v.  were heie on Friday.    Free spxay and  spayers will be supplied all who find  the beetles on their  spuds,'  and  will ue available at the store.  this  Miss Lyda Johnston of Creston was  a between trains visitor here on Wednesday last, the gu-alwt of Mrs. McGonegal. -''."  a J..MAA ������.���������:������! u*. uLia :��������� u..n.������*>^> -__nu  ������_^   _%M.������*^^     .....    ^.C    ,Sff>C������,      ,U    UUUV.O    JL������������tt..f  Saturday night, May v 21st, with Mrs.  leister's orchestra supplying th__*sus!e,  and everybody, welcome.  Mrs. Carl Ond bloom and Mrs. W.  Arb and son, EHvin. were motor visi-  tors at Creston,. on Monday.  "Thelfirst "baseball game the local  teasn has figured in this year -was at  ^Creston ������*a8k;Pundays~ when Kitehener  brought, hpma Nt������n- "S-7 victory over  Crestcm's crack nine. . -���������>  last  ���������sj?eefc/fronts Vatlcouver and will lie  here "fer for some days. M.i. -xSooive  beinff in chavee- of th** m'stallatioit of  the' ' machinery at the" "pre cooling  plant.    "   "r* >~C'' -'���������*'"  ���������w-*V - "'   r  Another po_j[*ai.ryioan to enlarge hi**  youu# flock l"s~l&!r. Gregory, who last  week   took'"delivery  of- 200 day old  chicks. V   ���������'* ' ��������� --'  Mls&es Ruth and Margaret Joy Wt-re  at Creston for the weekend, the gueste  nf Mra^lrvinar.v  ���������-   Miss    _ Severn,    .vice-principal     of  .Wynndel school, spent the weekend  with her parents at Procter.  - " / ���������  * P. Andestad Was a business visitor  at Cranbrook at tbe weekend.  The Cr.il, seciion crew i������ at worK  through this settion putting in many  new ties. * ^ - ~  Mr. Sheppard arrived from Winni-  pige Man., on Sunday to supervise the  season s operations on his rn.s*>ch hers.  Birth���������On May 14th, to Sir. and  *Miph. K. ^._idestsSs a daa������s*'._-Le5%  Mr. and Mrs, Pat Downey of Creston were tendered a miscellaneous  shower on Saturday night, when the  newly weds received many useful presents for the _xe*v home-  Mrs. B. Uri left on. Monday for a  [ few .days7 visit with Nelson "friends.  The- W.A. have the May meeting  atr the old. scnoolhouse on Wednesday  afternoon at 2.901 ���������<.. - -  cregoing toTrauiasS ween.. .-   -     ^  Misses Morgan and George,'Creston  evangelists, who have been? taking  church services and'Bible study classes at-. Alice Siding, the past four  months, liad their final service/ on  Sunday, which was well attended, sn^  &*&&* s.; **!-_������,  __-__. na-*mvWLi*i*. a<  Solidly 'Pbpraar  Schubert    Male Quaitette���������four  ^excellent   vocalists with   unusually  ���������  'Awt-t-. ������w������_w5_n_n_B  -a_>fta*s-������   v o7������s_������%aa'������ _,  1.   John Koss Beed Company���������eome-  they left for Nelson on Monday.  A number of Alice Siding re_ .dents | fJg^ZfuL������������������1 mt^ mU8lcaI  were at  Creston   at the   end ' of   the  week getting possession :.t their bor  sea which had strayed into  tbe-village  and had   landed into the keeping of  Pcuadkeeper Heady,  mimSrm  jfSSmfma  Martin Nelson is doing his business  and pleasure driving In a brand new  1927 model Chevrolet, purchased from  Palmer & Maxwell at Creston last  week.  Public   school   inspector   Manning  was h^re on 'vn ofHeifi?. *?.?._? list ^?eek  and gives  a splendid   report  of   the  teachers1 handling' of both rooms at  Canyon school.  Mrs. Wearu.outh left.at the first of  the week for Fernie, where she will  spend a couple of weeks with her  daughter,- Mars. Walde.  "British Policy in China; and  Through Britain with a Camera"���������-*  fascinating lecture magnificently  illustrated with -colored slides.  iimiciu      ������s.       *������J ���������������������������-���������-JrriliCS      Oi  Magic, Clown, Juggler and Ventriloquist.  "Sssilas' Thri! '���������a. e_.a_,!_.H_.'> cos__~  edy of unprecedented popularity.  Mattin-Brwin Entertainers���������in a  progranime replete with sparkling  novelty numbers.  The Plantation Quartette���������a concert company de luxe presenting the  mirth and melodies of the south.  "-The Potter and the Clay33���������a demonstration lecture bv *fche onlv entertainer of his kind.  f These are the hlg: features of the  four day Chautauqua winch opens  at Oreston on Friday evening next,  May 27fcfa3 at the Grand Theatre,  and they eloquently- tell of the rare  value that   is   being   offered * this  uunyon Ron at   least  a tmrd   ox at. ���������������     _.��������� ? ,. ,   .  inch of rain in the down-pour on Tues- <Jeasott ^ the popular aeason ticket  day morning, and was just, what was  wanted to keep ahe strawberries coaaa-  ���������'V*  %au  Ud STie=������<  , 1*^  .11 ^**A  ... ������������...������  friends  at  Ed. Eiangstrotit' of-.r-'Siinberley was a  .t?_a|t.jar hero; la?t *s^esfc for' a few days  wJ$-lt.. ;.h3*>JBion* fHtaroldv-, retnrningi-.'ou.  JSo-nday.  ���������'���������.'.. ,.f .     ?'.'".  -A. Si Bvane, who has spent the past  two months ait his ranch, left on Tues  day for KlLckmann to resume work at  the Continental mine. fy  - Sam I^iTacbuk ib iinotlie3r Llsterite'  to -raturu to work aifter several weeks  at bis' rainoh heif*. He left for? ICel-  logg, Idaho, on Saturday.  Two auto loads from Lister were at  Cretpton on Taajesday nlgbt last for the  com-lrmation servlc-a at Christ  Cl^urai?h., .Two of the candidates jjrere  from here, '' ".. ,'  .,'"0eo'.-Blurry ."was n buntness  visitor  at Nelson a few days lust week.  ' Miss Flossie Evans of the nursing  stuff of the hospital at Sandpoint,  Idaho, in visiting frlende hero, and is a  ���������^������at of Mro.:LtatOaTM1' ,���������'   , ','���������''_';_ '���������/'y''  ^lferiKe'iiowis'^ arrived  this "W������*!V on ,a vlalt;with herdau-^h tei^  Mis. Mcri\ McOuUooghv      -.:       ���������  '''Jafi* Duncan got track from Alns-  worth on Thursday last, where he had  binen for a couplo of weekis -cooking for  a.B-prvoy partyv?   ��������� ���������--.*>, ���������",- ���������" >!.-.������������������,  John Elusctoft had a couple of dxtra  taams employed two days last week  hauling a carload of potatoes from bin  rassehtoi Brl-olt-son- from,which point  th*������*y were shipped enst;- ���������' ; ��������� .'���������'  For ihe first tinm sinco tho area  oponod Outer la this year being In-  vended by tho  English  sparrow,   Tlao  itou-ler soiw ot this bird kr.own  u-8 fcho  Wall sparrow has always been with us  butneverr tpo iargee- oqrt.;l,|������ii|itiiimiPH'*  hlrdit tUVcru. ��������� u^ruan   liutu  ������>r������   fi������ay <"7thi  Porter   were   calling   on  Creston on Saturday!  Mr. and Mrs.'Jas. Carr and two sons  of Creston, were Kitchener callers one  day last week. ������ -    ..  -?3oeM_anglote left on Thursday last  for Slocan taking a team of 'horses,  and getting back on Saturday.   1  ;Mr. Mcl?ensje, Victoria, travelling  jaudstor fbruthe Workmen's Compensation Boairdi, was, hew*  oh   an   official  visit Wednesday. ���������' '���������*���������'���������. l'"\':\  Frank  Heise, C.P.R  tie  Or*^brq������ky ^a'e'.a  b  inspector,  caller on  Wednesday  A. Cotrie. Fernie; Bert, Sly, Cranbrook; W. B. Webster Crnn brook.  and' Alex. JDerby, Cranbrdok. were  amongst the knights of 'the grip who  made calls on,.'J������|t;ehener nae-rchants  this?week. ��������� y Vf"^?;'!-..V'V H'-'^'  -% ���������.*������  'ffttev, :'J. Herdman of Creston  motored in on Wednesday for the  usual United Church* service, and~was  accotupaitaied by Mrs. Herdman.  E.B; Cash of- Westly, and S. M.  Tanderhap of Bit chbiink,"were business vialtors here on Thursday last.    ;  Kitchener had two hustling auto  aalebmnh on bueinvea call on Saturday  iniftay Orlsler. Star dealer at Brick-  son, and M. Sutherland of Kimberley 1  Mr, and'Mrs, Charlrs Davis of Ry-  kertss Mr. avnd Mrs. Fleming Spok-  ane. andThjiHti. BuIprof Porthili, were  Kitchener callers on Saitaardaty.  A. G.   Strudwiuke  wan  down from  theXjcadyille mine on Safcurdny on a;  bustneao e'nlV--'y-'"  r Frank Pym, district forester, Oran-  bron, was hero on Monday on an offic .  iai visit, going through to Oreston.  Mrs. A. Itagotte left last- week for  Dover, Idahou wheee  her  husband Is  jbott? cBaaptoyca. ' r '  Jack Ba-rraelough was &, visitor with  Nelson a .friends at the end of the  week. r,_ --   -  ���������* -  <��������� >  ��������� Jack McDonald and Miss -22iva  Kelly, of Kimberley, were weekend  visitors with the tatter's pas-ents, Mr.  and Mrs. John Kelly.  Bob Miller and ..frank Martin have  gone to Wynndel. "where they are  working in:the Winlaw sawmill.   ������������������  Misb Ruth Smith of Seattle arrived  laHt week on a visit with her mother,  Mrs. Sti.ee Smith;  Bill Vaness left last week for Kitchener, where he has taken on the job of  toil sawyer at the Sash _k Boor Com  pany saw will. ', *-  The water on the flats cassse eap rapidly at the first of the week following  the heat of Sunday and Monday.  Miss Mary Barraclougn? of Seattle,  Wash,, is spending the week here  with her tister, Mjpq.'T. Trevclyats..  '     .'..'$���������'' .-'��������� ���������    -.''. '���������!���������    '-i;:i'-'.   ..At. S \'  T|ie Alice; mine .ha_������ fesumed; ship-  ing along right.  Arvid Samueisou has just taken a  a contract from Grover Kifer to clear  SO acres of iand beiuuging to the latter, which is along the hill facing the  Alf. Nelson place.  * -  Mr. Blane, water recorder at Nelson,  was here on an official visit, issuing  some permits to us^rson .Floyd and  Burton creeks.  ���������Canyon- halt assoclittlon put' on one  of the best pictures of tbe season  on Saturday night. It was"*Reguiar  Feijsjwjs," which the patrons very saassb  appreciated.  If bloom is anything to go by Canyon will have much better than an  average crop in - all lines of fruit���������to  say nnthing.of tbe dandelions.  The Canyon baseball "team lost the  second game of "the season on Saturday afternoon when the Erickson nine*  won out itJ���������''������������������*_������ close contest, Er.ekscn  had previously beaten them at Creston a couple of weeks ago *stf well us  playing them to a tie last ^fitr.rday.  For .May 24th it is hoped to play, a  picked Ca nyon-Erickaon ��������� aggregation  against Creston highechool,  :.   .  sWIrtiSat*  OPENING!  Cow Ven 8a___c-~Two milch cows;  one ft-ado Je������-H������y, other Hoists!n-Jer-  ^K*   price   .Sglit,   ISnquiia    Bovlew  on"ic6V"      , *    -���������; ���������'* ���������*       *���������  Having lihro discovered that a tree  never develops more than & per cent*)  of Its bloom, the Bearald is hoping for  tlie oe������^ afrot-a the ciicrraeu unapi'iieaoties  wfUr thia frccsus at tho middle cf A;::!!.  GEO.   H. ������EI_L,Y  K Chemist.  EBBl   H15 H W  fl WB- B "  ���������ksmm\M4iM1m\  BIG VALUES   AND  SAVINGS ������OK YQU  .������������������V%  Friday and Saturday  fi A MPT ,VS$' TPCiti'' A T% t''"'  Mrs. Walthere and Mrs. Brawn were  calling on friends at the metropolis  between trains on Friday.  This year's dandelion crop is certainly the most luxulrant that even  the oldest old timer can recall. I  ��������� E. J. Nell, who came in from Spokane a few day ago, is staying to take  charge of of his ranch at Ktayskanook,  and Mrs. Nell and young son will join  him at the close of school.  ���������a.   ��������� ,..  Strawberries in bloom at tha North  ranch but it is not expected there will  be any fruit on the market before  June SJOth at the very earliest.  Mrs. Dlbley and Mrs, Rogers were  quite successful in their Monday canvass of "the cltlzono for funds for the  2-lth of May picnic and celebration for  the children. ' _, -  . Brown of Cranbrook, who has  been here with an extra gang aaatatlng  the McOahe B A "B crow operations,  loft af the end of the week for Oran-  hifooli!'    ���������" ���������  Chas. 'Murphy, general manage* of  westeru^iinen, and 0. Cottercll,western  |4-c*_iU.'_������ uajJi)4'-iiiiL������ U<3������i4'l&,   wo.w. .hop& OU  an official visit on Sunday, eaetbound.  '*'��������� M'-tm. i>nne������"'n_.d-S-te'-i'' WhStcaldo  were In cb.irge of the usual Saturday  afternoon tea last week, when .the  ���������receipts for the community hall fund  were very satisfactory.  j__������v. &i Newby wrts'here for Church  oi jc_ii|^iaiiia wervice on oiuiu������t.y ������tvu������i-  tnjy, and   announces   that   In   future  price of $2.50 to adults, _u_d  $1 to  school pupils under sixteen ireara,  In connection with the" tickets  sale attention is drawn to the fact  that the aseatihg of the Grand im  limited to about 350 and only this  number of tickets -will be. sold.  1 These have ^ been di-ipided latp 100  children s, and 250 adults, with the  juvenile pasteboards available only  at* the u^Sigstqfaiu^-  *}"  The _**&.������ Off- 't-esewe^fiats; o|sened  oii Monday mort-f-ag and there has  been^a heavy buying of'them at Si  for' the seven performax.ce& ' Those  whe wish* to have- a -reserve seat  should make their "reservations at  once to avoid disappoinment.  i On every hand is heard: high  praise of the excellent variety and  quality of this year's Chautauqua,  along- with commendation of ths  guarantorn in deciding to stage the  anair: iii the Orahd ��������� -mil. its escel -  lent all rdtind aceominodation, and  particularly its comfo������>table seating. ?::?: f .'   '?-"���������-:.' ^.'>'- &���������..'���������&  C-.auim_aqua guarantorts wans at  distinctly understood that tickets  will be sold juat in -proportion to  the tpocilct seating -capacity and  have arranged for a door man who  will see to It that a seat is forth*  coming. Under this -a-rrangomeiut  it will be well foi* those V-who want  to eoe a few or aii the programmos  to puroha-ae a BOftson ticket Tho  way eeaaon admissaon are selling it  is quite certain there-^will be no  general admiosiona to sell in tho  evening, at any rate.  Sirdar will havo av Monday evening  service in place of the firatBunday In  the  month   woi-ehlp : that  has . been  glvopi..for,so^e.:year^,,p^V^  ,.-,.  Geo. Cdm ban booked two months'  leave froh.di.ty on the switch crew  and Is leaving,8lrdar this week for an  extended vacation at the old' home In  England. Ele sails from Montreal on  the 26th, wa hear.  Mrs. B, F, Whiteside entertained at  a most delightful tea at her home on  Wednesday last. Tho tea table, presided over by Mrs. Robert Heap, was  charmingly decoiated with  tulips nnd  cprtrs**? bSoEsrorna. Mrs. !_sa-Smith a������d  Miss Rldyard assisted the hostess in  serving. A si Ivor collection was taken  amounting'to H0>11** which will go the  general funds of Christ Chjirch,.Cres<'  ton. On Wednesday, June 1st, a tea  wilt bo given by Mars. Dlbioy and Mrs.  Roger*.* at tho latter'u home, HBO, at  whleh a sliver collection  will be taken  tuttl thu |������tr������Jwt>������juKi g*������ hu Gortrati Caaui<u'u  general funds..'   -,. n
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S&arif^b.t^ unto tlae ilern#t
sion   of  your   sins;   and   ye   shall   re
fLeSsoh: Acts 2.
?1>��fvira(i<��itrfl?"   Building:      PliiltlVpiaiis
..2.5-1J..,   -<,���*-�����   r.-,.it,   ���,,'.,��� ..:'.-..
Stali an  Afr-^ted  For
������ .���.:.>_.. ,        a' Sgl-insf   Wha_e
;���. Explanations and Comments
ssr^ v.*-
... ���$ %&
��� '���-   -:    : af 'l^enta-oosf,'verses
Bread f left
l-4.~^Befbre   He
Law   Imposed    by    Mussolini    Forbids)
Ariy  But "Economy  Loaf" ;
Snooping    fa*: tw if?? as,    al.    Naples,    fol-
CJsaily   colored .frocks,   this   Spring!
soft shades-to match.
daai^i^^-vrator. ^rfbut
"iwi   Vi'ia'o-i-ii-    ,< riWHIV. true dyes*    pipping will: dp Ji.-;--
.M.VJWlMll\ ���<** \Jv  ...ordinary,    cold. ^ate'i^bnt     you
niusa? have real dye to??get 'd snibbtb,
l^rt Jii�� dteciiydes J^u^ ygave them a j v���'r f��� �����l; ' s
t-^vlnx-o  oj.li.er*   that^Q  i��  tlae (Son i^^ t^d^s0,<
ol  (..oil, that.. l.ao,llv.ed  ami   taught-.as
oaaly  tliey  e<iuld  faiUy tesliffep'tliai? he
-willtn-Mfly  saiffored 'death  dri the'eross '
Wiah Queen Wilholaviiaaa presiding,
IVim-esss Juliana. .,, who ..���.ut-taiatod her
���lanjorit'y" April ?,'(>. was'''"eeYeiaioiaioiasljr,
amtsuii al to tin- privy oo'iaaioil, in
which slab is 'entitled to aiioinlx>rship
by   via-taaa- oi' a-t-achiaag the'jigo ol" flS.
I I -.1 v'
an-     salo    ' wllh in
bread-    v.-hiis?a*.    alum ...-the
���^."'evoaio-iaiy   lout"    tnaposcd    hy    .Sigrior
Mli^sadini���a    linti:  'oil her     of     whole
wha-mi   floaar,  oa*  of whito   iloiar��:mixed
��� witla   coaya-sbi*  grain.   Since   the   morti
A. i,v;--tua-ia  olTon   lor'.a aoaluction in jcian-baket* (tad with hian a lis'i.'of rich i Ilia'l> the'y '   then     realised
tln>   llhint-hijid     (.x.enpaiitm    is    iavuan | Neapolitans  avlio  liavfi    l>oa?ai    baayine i S��i>ifit. of   (Sod   had   come
m.-Eia,   ahe   VU.ejseai     Zcaaung     asserts, j hts   bootlegged   breaul. '   1
! iheir- gia-iat   task,
On alio Day cat.-l*>enlccp.st that power f baiiao:., y'Thore/was. a soaind as of
wind atid an appeaa^ince a?s of fire-
symbols of thj Holy? Spirit? Tho
disciplesi found them'selv'os. praising
<.��od in words that .sounded- cstraiiage,
to alieiia.    The    important    faict   , was
"that'..?"'. the
into    their
dyoing of all sorts of .-.material ;������.silk
or wool; linen; cbttott goods, fmixed
goods, or arty" goods at all; and exquisite tinting, of dainty things. Or,
s��ind for ;i "oraarveloua. "book of sug-
gestioais in full eoIors.r Ask for
Color Craft.!, Adda*ess DIAMOND
DYES,   Do.pt   N31,   AVindsoi%   daitarip'.
hose     potent M*0*1*^':,ba^' -^e   wa^   to,.abide
nese     poia iaa j (lK(m     Uf.     1iK.ir ,. strengthener
1 he   (saaMM-niaaanal:   in   evneci-od ��� tai   call ��� j0nt   trembled,   feared   arrest   or -'la's- s i-r
a'lleanin-u to  i tie iYaraiial  proani.se it ro- j cist  reprisals for their itaiqaaiiy.
cot rod   on   this;' ���que-stlon,   einphasii'.iaig-;  -^��� .���
i! i a a
sotuiion  <--,iianoL  bo   postponed.
_     *Fir��t��tonc Builds the OalyQum-EKpped Tirs
1,000 Registered Beekeepers
Saskateht wan has aiow over oaie
thousfsnd registered- beekeepers and
the munber is steadily increasing-
I'roduction or* honey is becoming one
of the staple indu-siries*. o* the province.
>abies try
���ar tcistona
�� ^s i'tiitaTiUSS ra_&__rfi-aT__%t*__-��' ll9��-_-_�� >
*-~Tf'   ���*mt*i   i^1
Prepared  Especial!}-, for  Infants
and Children of All Aees
Moiher! Fleta.-her'.s Casioria has'
b��.eii iai aase for over MO years as ax |
pleasant, hartuless suhsiituie for Cas- |
tor Oil, Paregoric, "feeihincr Drops and I.
Soothing Syrups. Contains no. aiar- y
coaies. Prova'ia alirections are oai.eaola!
paelijigb, "LMiysiciahs       everywlu*a*e '
j-enonaanoTid it. I
'J'he  genuine bears signature of
11)17 lltasbaml: "Von have been
aaslujj; nay couil.V li's lull of long
1027 Wifa*-: ''You have been ta.siii.u
aaay   conab.  it's   l'aill  ol" long   hairs."
The Barrier to  Health-
Waste Matter in
the System
[The Condition of a P..-E. I. Lady
|   Who  Again  Rejoices  ira   Good
i Health
! "i caii most heartily recommend
; Dr. Williams' Pink Pills to all ���-wreak
; people," says Mrs. Angustiii .. Arseai-
i aula, . Weiliaigioij.' saatioii,
'"Before I began their aase I* was very
weak   aaid. nervous.     I     had     always
���_\*-r*--��lr^ -��       ll <"i ����,1        . 1Tt--| Kll      -m*S\   '   * 1 �� Atl *rl*-*i-       ****'P     ~**"\ \i
��* ���*.*!  rVi_(j     aiuiu,    -��-i.ul     M.t.vr     a inj-uhaii/    vr-.*    ***$
health,, until    suddenly    any    strength
I left rae. I began to feel tired and'de-
I pa*essed,   and   did   not   sleep   well   at
j night,   feeling jnst as    aiaed     in ft lie
morning   as   when T ..went  1o   bed   Jlt
night.   I   began  to?    feel     aliscouraged
when  S   would    think    of    ahe    work
necessary  lor ine  lo do.     I got some
atiedia-ine   rrom  the     doctor     wboan     l
consailtedi-fsbiU^fit   did. Ki-��o��^n!>pear   to
meet   hiy   case   ;asi   showed   aio   nii-
pi-oveaneiit   while   taking   it. -"Then   a
neighbor advised   ine to' try Dr.  Williams' Pink .pills   find I got  a supply
oi?  this  iiiedieiaie.     I very soon fount!
they were  helping me,    and     I    <jon
olpor. to 'iuspfro aii<i guide them in ;
the work oi: making the Christ KiioWai |
ao  (he ends of the earth.
���"J'he���'HoLy Spirit is just God mak- j
ing miaii understand Him. God male- j
ins  Jlmisel'C-iiiteliigible  to   men, .tJodi
Dipto-XlNXr-JaoU toJffipE
Indians   Want   Franchise   Extended
K niei-son K. ^S iia Ice, aa butsta rid i ia g
sptiaking 1�� each kind of anaii in has i Moraviaattown" Indian, and ; grand
own   ^"Su^'^^^Kel^an^ j. preside*..' of tiae  Grand Indian Circle
of   Ohtaa-iofy'announces   tliatapplication will he aiiade at the next sessibai
How Slioiu-a f W^kn My Baby?
strong   aud
ji nc'd'cjri'' I li:il i
Plra-iitlJ IVllel*.
Iiothercal Willi
��� i'Xn ns'
���"1 h:
vn rievi'i' taken
>���'�� |i;��i<id :a? Dr. I'ierca1'"
:. I''i��r many years 1 wiim
liifjuiHbness. ) would bo-
<ri��il��r' lainsl ipaitcal, htive alull licudaclics,
fc��-l <li'iaw:-.%-. .-Ircpv and niciii. I. look
alilTi -vi i.l ],'!! \ -;:', v.il!.i,u1 vc.'dH.i unli! 1
l��<'a;.*iii taking Ih*. Pici-fa-'H IMciisiaiili
fVlh-l. Sini'i' lal.'mg 1 hem I have haal no
mk-Ii Irnulile. I laKe llicni alxtiil hvicn :i
weclj niul ihey I.rep any wlmlc synlciil ill
lierfei'l ������uiiilit lam. I am never without
3i I Hall If ol the 'Pclli'ls'* and I liiulily
it'.diiiini'iad litem < ln*i'��*. is naalbiiur,
i>elt��.|���" "\Fr-i Henry Drnii t Pict uro
auJiovaij, r.i.l L<i|iii' Avii.
ik> J'e.llct'i, ."i'i i:Im, al any di'iig gloria.
Plaits  Assaime   Importance
\ The la I est relleel ions concernlnfj;
Ihi' approreal silhouette, admit plaits
; lo a place a>f iniporlua-.ce in bringaaiM
: almiti. Mh' desired full slilri. In ilals
1 grawel'iil onaa-pieco frock, auirrow box-
' phiiis arai phica'il eilher sldaa ol! Hit'
ilViuil. exientlhag f'roiii Ihe, hell, to
; lowf'i' edge. iiimI i'H'ovhh;t the-desired
Mare. The plain back is In oni*-pioce,
i exli'iullng ever tho shoulders in . yoi;e
i ad'l'eea. 'there art! a,, gi*oii|) ol smut*���
' lan-ks al, eat'h shoulder, and Ilia* loaa-g
! plain sha-Aes are finished with atai*
: riiv-v etilTs. The diagram |iic,|iircs Ihe
. sfinpli' design of NO. 12Sa, wh-ieli Is
'in sizes  1��,' IS mad 2a years  (or rU, 'M>
anal   :;��   inches   batst.   only),     Si/.o  'i.����l
i>ears   CH   bust-  l-enuires    :iriA     yards!
:*.!) inch,   or   wvs   yanls   5 t-iia<;ii   mater-
'iai,   Plica   211   cents.
i The j.'cf'1'et of alisHuellve dress lies
in uiii.d lasle rather than ti. lavish-
exp��;iidhiii'i' ot money, lOvery wu-
mtiia shoulil want to anake her own
chillies, and 'Una home,* dtv.ssinal'aT
, will hnal the doslgais IIIiihIrated iia
our new Fashion Hook to bo iinie-
jlia-al and simple, yel. .niiilntjilnlaag the
spirit of ihe nuule ol' Una Tgionienl.,
I"*i-1��-_* <>i' ihe hook 10 cents tlie copy-
How To Order Patterns
Addro.v-     Winnipeg Novvs/j.'ijjoi* Union,
3 70  McDcrmot Avo.,  Wlnnlpog.
tittiied their use until I
again, and I have beeai
well ever since."
'"���Dr.'"'Willtains' Pink Pills do one
thing���and do it waVll.-Tliey buil<i up,
purify and enrich th��^ blood, and as
tho lilood supplies tho whole body,
new li'fo as given to the entire sys-'
team Better sleep, steady, -nerves,
improved appelate, increased vigor���
all these o;m be yours-'bv taking Da-.'
Williams' Pink Pills. Begin today. '
Sold by all medicine dealers or by I
mail, pqst paid, at: HO eimls a box
frona The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., j
Jirock'ville,  Oait. ��� j
Alberta   Pool   Elevators \
The  Albei'tit   Wheat Pool   has  leas'- j
ed'No.  2  elevator at. 'Vancouver'    at j
$100,000.    This    Pool    wall    have   I0U
1 elevators   in   Alberta   by   the   end   of
J the year, according to CM.   Hall.
' manager  of  the  elevator  dopai'l.tnoait.
.This is a serioia^ problem to mau> 4
ua others. Weaniaag should always- be .
P?E?1.1 done gi*adualiy, begiauaiaag- about, the i
seventh month, giAing pile ,or two!
bottle feediaigs tkirhig the day. in-'
creasing the" .miaiiber of bottle feed-,
ings gradually until \veanang is ac-!
coanplished. Boa-den's Eagle Braaid i
Milk is so like aaio tiler's ana Ik in taste i
and ease of digestion that if caai bo j
given ��� alternately ���.-"'���sin tit breast malt*.!
without caxisihg'-abrupt -weaniaag. |
In this paper .from, time to time j
you will rfind an advertisement of ;
Borden's Eagle Brand Milk, a food!
that has raised more healthy babies;
than all tlae urepared infant - foodb )
conibiued. Cut out ahe advertisement j
was well j ���,,n(-l niail it..to Tbe Borden Company j
Limited, Montreal, and they will |
seaid you, fa*eeof charge, ihsti'uciions i
for -feeding your baby, and ' a Baby; j
Welfare and Baby'"Record Book. Oa,
just wa*ate? the Company/ niontioliing
this paper, and   they  will be sent;
of 11 to Pa i*l iam-an t of Canada J for tin
extension of'the fi'ahchise fo Indiains
thaoughoiat tite Dominion. At the
present, time, only those who served
ot-'ei-.sei.s ' alui-iug the World war are
"lig'ble Jo \ote- ut oither provincial
or federal  electioais.
<�� -Liiai M
it-3 _TillUf%��
��    AnywHere,   ian  any
weather, this milk
keeps perfectly iri the
���unopened can. You
can safely order it hy
the dozen and Keep a
supply in. the pai^txy.
Ideal for cooking*  -
Write  The  Borden  Co.
Limited j   Montreai, for
Free Recipe Book.
. 3227
A Memorial Window
In the BARF.
Xo naedlcliie chest is eoniplelo
without Minard's. . Fiaie for
<.-olla r boiIs, " vlaaifeal spot s nnd
To     Be     Erected     in     Winnipeg     in
Remembrance, of   Major-General
L.   l7 Lipsett ���;.        ]
A   memorial   w-indow     for     Major-1
Cenenal  Tj.   I?  '"Lipsoft^   general   staff i
odicer,  who  commanded   ihe' StU  bait-a
talion C.K.l"i". during tho war. is  to be i
placed  In  All   Saint's   Church,  Winnipeg.     An.   inscription   staling   thatt   it
is  erected to the meaaiory of General
Lipsett by tlao 3rd Can. Invasion, 2nd
Can.   Infantry   Baigaalo,   aihd   Iho   Stli
Daflnlion   C.R.r.,   will   be   placed   underneath.   War   veterans    throughout
western Canada "who    anay    wish    to
subscribe to this aaaeiiiorljal  funal, jainy
.send   f'��'.v amount,    no    matter    how
small,   ns   it  is   wished   to   make,   ihe
siibserliitfoias     as.    i*oprosontul ivo    as
possible,   Itcaaaiftance:'    aaaay    ba;    sent
B*^&**\ mUWk E_a^__|r  B_fJ__t _5r^^- *mW^*\ Pm��m��f^m\'   ^^Sk
-wfl-L^    ���___* film _____ iblB i al m
"T^on't offend you* friendo.    Get
at the cause���-sweeten the stomach and make bowel _ active with
Chaf_it>cr&3in*s Tablets
For Stomach and Livei*���2Sc
FARM'    WANTRU--rTJe��ci1bo,
price,     Cash.     Terms.���F
den,   10 23 4,
8,'Jth   Sl.roef,
KAl'TIKI'T. ItoK-lHl'ero'l  ftaitl  l��iip�� *-.cii I
aiii>'vvhei'i>.  S5.tr>.   Ilvai ilcjlvi'vy, giiiii'iin-
i���  \t,    r?    x     o.iu.,1-1      ,iuuiU(�������<-     ,,,,,,   I >���     i-<;��:<l!   grown . bull dugs  clieni'i:.  guar-.
lo  Mr. F. J.-.   ,rat�� on,     Hh.slsla.aat    gen- j p,',t00(|   n,���n��-e ' rcnaoa'ly   $1. 'Bulldogs, ��� f.ut
eraliuaautger   Domhalon    Bank.   '.Malta , l*:o--kwoaa��i,  nail haw T'-xraw,	
ttaad Mtdlernaot Streets, Winnipeg.
SubserlptioiiH lo he .a-eiil. not later
than -Tune :1st,'lf)27.
Sore Signs
of kidney troubles, nre pain in the
baek, difficult n ad-hat ion, deposits
in urine. Gai^ Pilla relieve kidney
trouble by gently soothing ami
lion ling; tho a nil timed tissues. 50e a
bpx tit all druggists.
I'm urn  No	
,Bl/.o. ,M...
j Town
; Praises this Asthma Remedy. A
I gnitolitl user of l>r. .1. I). Ka-MogK's
l AHthnm Ilelliedy Iliads il. the only
j aenii'dy that.* will Klve relh>f, though
j for tlili'teeaa y��>aa-H lie had 'nought olla-
| tar Jinl|i V'i.'UI's of needless sufferiiig
I aiuiy be preveiatotl lay lifting this
j wonderful ivaaaody at the llrst warn
janp; of ti*oaable. its use In simple, itia
: cosi Is slight,, mad II can he ptu-
i clijti-ed   uluio-->t   any whi'i a��.
The  Ki'andnon   of
blew   out   the   gun
lor our fi��o lint. o( liivojttloim wantctJiH
nnd  froan advleo,   Tho' Knaiiacy Coin-
pnny. intoi-nntlonal i'tLteut Attoa-noy."*, 27J
llutilc HI., Ottn.w*.
.'il.l'Oliaalnh'    <'iigiin*
ii.  chased   garage.
I he
i h (���   t
ar    Iia
Spring Time is
Brew a cup of Shis fane old vegernbli? tonic.
It as all tiae spriiijt; medicine you need.
It drives out -winter's poisons, improves
the appetite, find makes you feci better
ripht away. CELERY KING is good for
rhe whole fumUly.   At druggists, 30c &��� fiOc.
No  surgical   operniion  Is  aux-nnsary
In removing corais If llolloway's (.'oraa
Heiiaovi'i-   he .used.
"llnctoi",  what   would   you   advlne   a
niata to taike  when  he's  auta  down?"
'"t'lae  ���ntin>Jh����t*   '��*    Ihe   caai*    If   he's   In
a cotnlliioti to."
aa unexceUcd for DyeanK
tiHad Tinlinav. Professional
Dyers uac the
<fm�� NBW Ifft-taMaOM WaBMKOY. NO.*!
a����. 1 tow mtkOamr Cmtmuwh. Wv.vta* SUoort *
 4 CNKMira-l*,   �����   r��l��r>i tnuli   Di*m
��w*mmm ��*��������� .    _
^1-   -r   l--'��l"lf   CNKI44��V��, THE    IlEViGEW,    CBESTOJtf,    B.    C.  r^f  _aat>_-(m_# ___v*������r**������������* .������^������^r*_������_e_������a>^r ^ ���������a^s^eji,  Seattle evsr elfeed  ���������t*^.  We built this Sft|P Dairy Pail for  the marc, who is *etlttd of buying  new pails all the time.*" _ They are  made of good heavy tin, highly  tsolLshed j ,*st*ccng bo-towa*.-^ heavy  wire handles; and put together the  way st pai! should be. You'll get full  value from every ceait you invest  in SIVIP Dairy, Faiis and other Dairy  Tin"Ware.Madehr pF rANAnA  THE   SjHEEr METAC PRODUCT* Co.    rU-HTED  naun * ���������*_*-_-������__���������  EDMoarrosr  " -TOAONTCS  VANCOUVER  si  \0      and Daivy Tim Ware  ���������sriNKirso  CAa-GAXTT  Radio And  Many Vanished   Cities  St. i'   *���������      "*      TftvT  |������     "Not Slightest Conflict Bovyveen Jt'em  3> ������������������ Says   Louis  Wil������y  ?f lionfs  Wiley,   business   manager   of  g ftht* ?1sTe*\r YorK - Times, in an address  ������" on "(.rowing Friendliness Jieiwc-en  p. llit* Newspapers and Radio" dcsti'oy.s  yl alt^ske^>tacis.mf yand?-cleaiis .aip those  U apparent problems in a'.manner lhat  ������ proves^bojtCBtl, aiay doubt.,? that the  g .aara^sjijipeil ujud tup jyaidio ?g<> hanil ..itr  yj| la atid "and' ser Ve' to ' eail argQ the! r 'ref  |^:=:������i*������afet^!������y;fi^  "There  are now,  and  ail ways   have j  "''''���������    beera'?' two '''''general'   miaais   by' which '  ^now.loflgei'^ are   com-'{'  .^iuunicalf'd^to   |iie   jjiiiiiari   brain; fitjhe,]  '' %vi s ti af  an d   the   aural   me iii 6ds, *'''" .said j  Wiley--, a -*"TJie.t ;jie-wfepaper,uu, the j  of   "ex&rv.  A���������.  .IUV  TZ*  Jh������WJ-*IU  Hneewn!'  UVIUgUk  f-.il,  -'W.Sll*.  jimotiou   pietur&':'" spectacles  |kind" lell  ||tl������e lelepi  tHbrouglv-' the  .VI . .     .   ������������������-��������� ,,--���������- ...  $l.liat -.incredible, utility of .the .future,  filias succeeded in conibiiiing;the"two:  |?    "There Is not    the   "slightest!?   coai-  1 it through thceyef J.adio;!^ ������l ^a ;!^d\n.Sf  ahone. public speaking, tell it\ "B>"' Aaigus'tfue'ai' 'time"'-  "tife ear."'And' noW television^ '-ears   ago. it had   dwin<]  Impor.ant   Discoveries   Made   of  Thousand of Years Ago fj  Xever have so many quests of yfean-  ished cities been - in pa-ogress as? in  these days." Far .more important *dEs-  coverh^s iia*e being made of life #vvo,  three and four thousand years ?ago  thaji of additional historical fact-S pi  two, tiaree, or four? ' hundred >|&ars:  since. Particular interest attaches to  a coajfple; ofg 4,00(K? year'old; cities  whiciK,ai*e ?iaOw i-D0i3g dug; ,iip.? Otie is:  Spinii, .-wvdaich ,was; .fouiaded ; at ��������� "the  araibut.il of t.he?'P6"'Jsooiiaf Lei* tlie tiane,  of Abraham, - and ;liimdi*eds of. years  before k>,theT.. W5:t.h-,.; of ���������- TuLankhacaien.  Foy*c? c^Btur^s' it -mm a^-pi-d|pe3*o.������s''  ���������rivei- a5oa*t,'Juhabite\l by?a:- the? eaiyly  CT-ree^is. y-Tlien tla6 i-iver. lctio>Y.ii-ras the  -.Erltlatitts in  ilabsef fdays,     siitfed f ?aip.=  inland. , "  some���������'2,600  .dwindled:, to a village, sind? soon layer . after ������������������ Jayea*: of  imi.O from aeeurrent floods eovered it  up. Of:. 1 ate &00 or 600 tombs . have  and openctL as a  begiaa-  . A*dLy_3.a.ce -an.- Medical Science  Jii$tf&d~ of }&a%i'og   Fasa>iog   is   R.com-  ^_   -  '-'      'Wended as Cure       .  Sc-'iicbody dug uyj ii dos'iaiuent out  of some eaglitee.illa century papers  disclosing .some'' curjoiis anrxicticetf of"  "tlao anedicail fi-atertailv iu ihese days  Oiac,*, of "these,-, paper-, levealed lhal  biclt pei'soais" were soaiietimes  orclere<i-to e'lit-rs-evon meals u day. as  much as 'they fo'itld sitalf :at ja time,  with con coin JiajU copious Lliafti of  brajiko ,   sheri-3-'"-staid   oalier. vines."  No doubt the idea wiio Haul ahe  initienf sbouhl "oarl lo* l,-ei������p ni> his  sta-englh."  Kowaduy.-a the lendeaic*-. - espe-  .pially amoaag the- chaps wlio .'italce  I earsy- money by wa-Jt iiiR HLodaeal col-  * umns to the nex-isptir-efs* Jrom an  i easy chair insleud ol Melting aro ia aid  1 Siiiiong - sick foJK���������as pi'ueisely in the  1 opposite ���������ydii-jqjQtion.; ;.  j People, arc. told to take plenty of  exercise":���������'���������' piashiaag tI:eaiasolAres iiwsiy.  1"i*o?i*rt-?t:iae? table;?.-'Tor instance, be'fore  they aire .satisfied-���������and aaot onlj7 to  cut >ddwn* on 5 diet substantially, but  even to ihdiVlge in a fast for  days  or a   few weeks oeasasio'naljy.  In.ffaet, ffas'liog.^eeixis.to? be teebm.-:  nietideal as a sort of ean-e-all. ,���������y   J !���������  - This complete tnrji of the wheel I*  reaiifnds usf of? the sloiyy of tlie man ;  who? went to, a doctor and complain--  ed of stoaiiacli ia-oiible. "Take heavy |  meals^'f ysafd ytlie medico', "and that j  slioaaTdf'ciiref yotir t'.ihnent/' .  oA  week-later   the niaa   ffenl.  back*  w/M������ m^mm^M^^'i  "'/LSM������  -~~7=7 =  r /  -III '!������������������> 5Tf������^SKB������  *������ ���������.iHi';*rn' ���������  -r_. ^.  ���������lUViLii^/  "STalk  aoout-i-vater off ?s d-ack'slsack.���������~  Jus. look sii> our -shitica, even raiker nrtceeni  minutes in this downpour ������   There's  certainly zxothuig quite like 'NwggetV'  *+m_r_aV*_4p*%  4_-_t-S_S-gteB?  There's a" Nugget" shade for every shoe made.  i  APARTMENT BLOCK FOR 3^  /������ ���������  S-   ������c������ i  ..(  ATTRAGTEVK JNVESTM13NT PI-OPOSST-OK ���������������������������:-���������������������������-  , : The :undea-signed lias for sale a: most attractive, well. rented,  centrally located Apartment Bioek in Wii������aipeg, yielding a liantlsome  rettia'n to the man. or investor wlio could give the 'property: "his pei'r'  sosiail cai-e and supervision'.'- One vv_th ordinary?��������� ���������ability in haniiling  reats avhd tenants, and capable of doing his own repairs, "would enjoy his own 'apartment? suite ata free -''rental, a/nd the maximum  profits out ^f the proposition: we have to isubanit. ?$1*0,000 lo?$15,000  needed to handle the deal, ? -.?".,,.. >, ,...  IHE STANDARD TRUSTS CO., 346 MAIN STREET, WJI.NIPJEG  , ...... "... "... .-    . Trustees'and: Executors. ,:������..:.,  ���������;��������� ��������� y-j\s   imany-'a-s 't  lore.  \ ���������fchaste Qi-f-Rey.? iii. 1������,  f  rebnjve  and  "Kaeh   is     a     anlgUty     agency  us: with.   Thy  j iii us die;  polish' ua;  oa-in  within  ancl said -thefti-^uble was worse than |���������l.eat   ^^r,  .todclt  before;.      "-'?:-:"'" - 1   . skilful hand?,   ;     f..-.  ���������''Eat   very* sp<aa*ingly,^   replied-the ;  A Let not the music that is, iii lis die;  phygieisiaii '?andy that shouldfeuresTOiiv I <J������*eat Sculptor, -hew and  f .$* .>', ./;'   "r-^S'"    ������������������������������������"������     ?-':r ���������'���������?���������   - ;f-    ' . - i ���������   Tic,r let'   -  :aiUBeiit.--y      ; .^        ..y'lM   &?.'���������&���������   ----": |   ^ITidden  and dost,   Thy  "But,   doet.oi*."   protested "thq? man,'  J'yoai y told^ aaie,  just : the  a-evei^se   last  "weVk?*^ y-- ' ���������"-"*--   '" ' ��������� -It   -   ���������  s f'Um,   yes,'"   said   the     wtsefi   man.  "But,  you    see,  medical    science   has  made vast strides since' then."?;  as  Pflicl    between     the    ���������ai-ews|>aperr.vaiial|.^"?-e*?,--:^0,<i?letl  lia-adio.     On   the     contral^^ll^ere^^aUWti^?^^^ *?cklacm  feverv reason why,Jhe newspaper and !.ea.r-rhi.gn.,     fingerings,      and      other  la-jaaio^&boa^d^e'.   fcis>?tli,,y^yai*e|   oai! I������������cfs of  -|c,w������4ller>v aiaaX ?vaise^ ^f^   ^   .  . -f ^yjy,^^. _  World's  ^t...-������.^  ������ir    ii,^     ivirwwiiin^i     ^������������������o'i... i beeai   discovered.* Tie   other - city   Of  that, last, yeai, establlsh-ed ,a ^oilds  ������i terms, oi      liie     ii aendiiesi-     co-operu-. '.,^,.^,...-1 k,t i.v,-i,lff **x-\  ^oo-c ���������?������  oar:  is..   .  : ���������'.! ���������,���������-.-������������������ a, -:-.���������       forfv^eenturles ago is  Mispah. ISenja-i-Vecoad by Jayiaig ������o.l eggs m ubo  ' >tyr|niiii, ilve: miles   north    o_    Jerusalem.3 *������ Proving ahignaoney maker tor thi  ifgood.     Each   i������   devoted   to   Ihe ?dis-!^lie^yIhe;,HitULeS -lived.   ���������  Da-.  ;:Wil-  fiseniiiiation^OE  knowledge  and   ehj^piam Kede ^nd;.Major W. C. GOtsched,  fort.t. i'liope  to   cbane   across  there   some  01-  -ITidden  ?'nis'j:lie.;- '' "'; -.'''"��������� '  Spare not the  stroke^ do  witla.���������las'  .... .  Thou wilt,  J.et  there     be    naught    uiiriiiished,  ���������' "broken, niiu-r'd;        :        y  Complete Thy purpose; that  we  aiiay  become '",...     .  Thy pevfeet. image, O onr Ood and  "-.fLbrii. ?-,������������������-':^  ���������.-.',.������������������-..���������   ,-  ��������� Iloiatius fponar.  World's Record Hen  Ta-oubles are often  ���������vyhlte JLfegborn Hen  Proving a|lvloney ! wliioli "God   faishioned  CSs"Make.r for   B.C.   Universi"iYy   .;''"'  "Maizie,',; (yke   Wkite L.egho&  hen,  ..Irtgredfe-sits of'"-' Br^ad-y" " -;-"?  , Tiae iaihabitants of. cold- coiantrie.s  make the darkest bread; oi fthe tropics -.-tlie, whitest. Cornstalks are. lased  fts an ingredient in bs-ead in Mexico,  and CenU-at America, dried' fish is  used i*ri.?1lcelaaid, potatoes yin?Tre^atnd,-  chestnuts in Italy, and diiriaig ?=leaH  years  the  bark of trees in Russia.  Her Kidiiey Trouble  "t������li-'^H_alJ  ihiannm r%*������ vjvrf  -Lft-aetl^fs^ai *cu  U  1 ingual  I? ment.     IJacia  is  an   educaLioaiail  gof     ftucf/'all-pei'vaaing "importance-.  I thait the vea*y similarity of theii* aians j win .vi'p',*, a  t- welds tliem   all   the   eToser   infundei  lets of: sunbaked clay -that;  ..standing iwnl ---mutual JieipfjalhesSifj  t|The printing press and the micro-,  ?? pbone.woal- out their fwondrqusly ',  yf helpful purposes in dirfanent ways���������-;  vf tlaat is till. "!     '���������   , - ���������"  "  ?������      "The   essential   difference    between  }} the   newspnpei*  and  tlie radio is  that  ^;,p.iae., Js., si,,ik):.i;itl.e,ai.. i-ecqi:it _aaul .the Oih-  er   gives     only     spoktyn    inl'ormsitioh.  .Nothing could   he more liistantuaieoii.s  than yiiews .announced. a>ve������:;..j.ho radio.  A   Paul  .ttevore's   raile   in   Jt)27   would  be   impossible:    informalioia   of   vil-tal  itileresl.  to   the  nation     tioiilal     reach  hnnrtreds  of    thousands    across    the  cenIine.nl.fbefore   Paul    Revere   could  saddle^lite'ilprsaj.*']:   f" Vy?       ":  In ordoi* to I'orecHSt the weather  with a a'easonable degree of accuracy  all yoaa" have��������� io; do): is predict '.ah>'-.  thing  you  aloii'I  expect. ?   '        ''  key to    the    almost    un-  flctiow-n ������lMtlifee,| langoa:gf*|'f Sci-i������h?s j-ajf  -?IJ ittite -.. have.?,a.lready  been   found , oa  Uabyioniaia"'aiial "Syrian  tablets.  65 days  r thi  Columbia i  the to-ols by  us- for better  Lhings. Clod ?A1 mighty ,, casts a, man  down when He wants to chisasl.him  and the chiselling is always lo iiiake  ham sonietlaing liner and'better than  before. ���������3Teury Ward' Ueeclier.  A gem    is    not    polished   -witho'ui  V ni versa ty      pf :    liriLish  Furm.   :-KnowUs- '-Hen- No. E"  she]     'v, .&'       ���������       . ,      .,,  -���������    ��������� - - j rubbing, npa; is a.man...perfected., vvitn-  ���������put - trials-���������-Cliine^e. f    '..'���������*r  aiot^oniyf presideis   over.. the fworld's  l'ecord pern but    with     her    eggs    is \  bringing  into   th e   . ti*eaas an-y    6f     the j  "Ujaiversify $2,S00.  '      Requisi>te  ! -farmer  and  World's Most Modern Warship  Last One yAlloWed Gre������. Britjain U'.i-  der Wa'slbIngtbn "Treaty'"���������  The an.OOO.ton "Nelson, tho hast.  liatflesiaip "'''(3feat 'ili'lfaiir'5 "catt "lay  dowai laiader the terans of ahe AV'ash-  ington  taoaty,  has  arrived .al- fc3������ut������-.  6n  the    Farm?   ��������� ..Every j          stock-raiser   should   keep j  We have actually solely ?L>63o j :t saapply of: .���������-Dr. .���������������������������Thomas'' 33clectric|  worth of stock front Hen Ko;y������, and j Oil oata laand, not only 'as a, rcadyl  ha;ve  reservations   for    $ 1.275-i worth', ! rftiiietty   for" ills    ill   the    faanlly,   but  1'   ���������, .  ,'"'     .,, -,, ;   .    /���������������       j,?:���������i   ?,,���������     ,���������   1 becjuase it is a hoa*se  and cattle inert- \  j-which  will, brmg    the    total ^up    to   .  . _ .     > ���������       .   ... \  J $2,000/' satys   Prof. 15. A;?*,loy;<i. head  of the "Depairtiaieiat  of  Field  iElusban-  Pekiii is one of the oldest ad lies in  Hie woi-.d, being known to exist in  the twelfth ci-ahtttry. before Christ.?,;.  Relieve That Lazy,  Worn Out, Half Dead 'Look  Don't Wait Anothor Minute  Ypu can do wonders with your  appeairauco. Blight eyes, cheery  stnlle, clear complexion, snappy  steps, a I! Indicate vifioroaifl men  and woiuoii.   "- -a^j '  Your Irotablo may lie Constipation���������polHoiita n*om wuBte .nmttor  Iai Ihe Int^Btlaiefi tdrculato in the  blood IhrnwKh your system.  Sick He,nd-  ache, T-Mlloian-  ncfiH, IimIIro.i-  tiou, Drovral-  rif'Ha, Toor .Appetite : ?D,n d  sallow com-  plexloaa gt'iierally follow.  CORirEil'5 LITTLE LIVER FILLS  ta   T4-   Vi<%'el4ibH-   Uax;������lH'6,   naovcsi  the bowoln -Beaatly. no pain, -and  do not con Utlaa C^nloauel,- Mercury  or liaabll. formln-fr ilraitrcK.  CARTER'.: LITTLE LIVtR PILLS  are Himall, en������y  to  nwaaallow  and  ill* taken dally an aTeatUlnloi- will ���������  ,..inVotnptaft Kooal hcatllh.  Try Ihona to-nlprKt- lo.moirow  refra'slieal.   2Bc, tiTid 7r>o. veil plcjt.i.'  \  \i\  X; Ik 'H3I.0  amptou  from   the  Tyne' shipyards.."  Il is fhe absolute Inst word in battleships, said to he the most modern  in tlie world, 11.11 (| ihe first. i.'raUsh  battles hip lo copy lite meahorl 01'.t������'i-  ple gun }turrets '������������������ 'riae laara'cls etieh  conlfiiiif tha-ein .IJjdhchr guns', while  as te ril are yi\r steel, itirrets. Its '*���������-  inch ginas are of tlie ne,w size nnd  iii'f' slieslls woiglaiug aviore i.htiu. si \ toil?  The''gains' th'e in selves weigh ai Jitfio  iiioi'.e tlaaii 1,10 Ions each and are .'.pro'-..  tooteil  by  .*i   sDochti   thick  nr.nioi".   ���������  The ship Ih protei.'.l<������d from aalrcmfi:  by htia'.doneiV .steel, boinhproof decks,  ami wavlei* water it Is alesigned to 3*e-  slst the e\*|iloshm of more than lour  t,oa*pedoes. How many aei'oplanes und  cnliipuItR for iM������chai*ging fheaii uio  cnri'h.Ml is li.ept Kccraai. The but lie  ship Ir V02 feel long, 'll)������ feet hroiul.  ai'aad carries at crew of I,.'U)0 ��������� otllcnrc  and iiieu. II eosl .������ 7,0t)O,(MMl <!j!l5.-  000,p|J0) to build and rec|ialres ,C'i:52,-  MOtrjt^tj, 1 tip.OOD).^for   uiiutiHl  iip-1^ej������.  La'rQcst  L.aindowner  In   Empire  Kir  Sidney   Kldnnua, hnown  ns  .\aas-  li'iilhi'H cuttle  kliTg,  will  Hhorlly visit  I'hiEhand a'nd .AniairU-fvon a combined  holiday   jind   hiiHlnoHH     lour,     duriim  which   he will   iiaaike  lnfi.aala-ies a-egnrn-  iaig tlto bocf trade     Sir  Sidney Kidman   owns   Hocks   mud   fiords   by   tho  , huaadaud   thousaaul   in    Soul la    -Aim Ira-  ' Uti   snid   !-*i re5Mite,t  to   be   Ihe   Ini-f;^?.!  j Inndowaaer In  tlae  UrlilHh  WmpliTi.   He  | started  oia   a   cultle   farm   111   ifLi.fif*)  ti  ! week,  "I  wnved u life the oihor day,",  'Tloiw   wjlh  thill!"  "l\n  inito  ,witHi.', Iv.iU'liiri' , ddwaii,    Ubo  "ronil."  "VVeJlr"  "I  Ivainoi'd oui   act'  (he roml."  d.ry.i-.."iien No.. {> is a. member-, of iho  world's i*ecoi'd pen, i'l-oivi wlitcli we  are- also selling , a..:.coaiskl.e>:ab.'e naa.an-  ber of hatching eggs, pai'ticultirly  fi'O'i'n a lie other Tour ?.00-ogg iaie'.tnbea*s  'Of'-'-l.his- pem: at?$:G. to:f$lQ:?per-;csg-"  Jdgg and progeny I'rom. this?: pen  have found a .market, is nil pn.r.t,s ol'  Oanathi, thy United Shales, and- as  far n way as   A u si rail it. }}���������  ;: A Tlinilu artist *Js|phuii*diig a world  tour,-'during which'lie luri-pes lo, pay  h|.s expenses by writing on grains of  . rice,. Working four hours, hi' .Is-able  lo write four hunali'i.'d letters on c  single' .Mfl-ain.  Desert ed by their another, Iha-ee  lion cubs, born in Oaklnittl. Call Tor-  nla, were adopled. and leal hy a Wpaills Ii' seller.  ! 3 cine   of  great potency.   As   si  subs Li*  j iute for sweeh oil for liorses and  cat-  j tie  affected by colic  it   far surpasses  anything- that   can   be administered'..  New., Braanswick   Lady   Tells   of  Benefits Derived from Dodd's  -       Kidiaey P1H5 ?-  Miss  S.  Moorehouse Advises All  Kid-.  rney Sufferer^ to Use ESbd-l's Kidney  .;   Pills.' -si-./.-A. ;,:-:?-   '���������?;-:?;::.?���������?  Zealand Station,; ?N-.lk,. (Special)., ���������-  'T saw your advertisement, tor Dodd'H  Kidney PUls/r -states Miss -S-. A.  Moorehonse. who lives sit, thasg.place.  **f? .had -suffered: with kidneysii'caiable  for over a year, so I decided to give  ; your I>odd's Kidnej^ PiHs at trial. I  have tiseid several ; boxes ;tiap,W; and  haAe found great relief.in them, f  can" highly? recomiiaenil ?Doddrs? Ktd-  ney Pills and would not, be without  them," '"���������'���������'.'       ?     ,. '""."���������  The i"ea.soh Bodd's ;Kldhe'ya Pills  iicive copie to occupy .pnaclr. si; pj-omi-  nent place iu the ho.'iie is that so  many Ordinary evei*yda y ' i Hs come  Ti-om sIck kidneys. aa  Rheumatism, au'Iaiary .. -troubles,  backaches nnd heart disease can be  ta*aced directly or indirectly ito si els  kidaaeys. To be assiateu ��������� .t>T guoai  health tbe kidneys liuisl: be"lc'epl'-1u  good" working order aall-the lirne.  Ilrands   of   cigars   in   JOngland   aa*e  t being naimed aftea- proiiiineaal   eccfs-Ki-  saist'ioul   dignitaries.     Ho3y   Saaaoke!  King Alfonso Drives Auto  Has. Quickness   oi   Perception   Necessary to Good   Driver  King Alfonso,  Idiowai     lo    be     tanj  best, driver in Spain, ts an expert be-j Treat   corns   with   MinnjcTs   Liniment.  caaase  he  approaches    1 he    Aanerieiaai " " "  in  iyi-ie autl    has    iXvs    quickness : of  laercepilon   necessary     io    the t good  driver,   according    to   'Mairgaret   FiL/..;  hugh   Urowno.   lloston   port nil I. palnf--]  -or. (roiiiiailRSioaaed   to  make a  oiuii*iici'|  ter' MBaufy  of  Alfonso'  for'"'Hie     New:  York 'Yacht.   Oliib,"   Rlb-.s   J'trosvne   bus,;  I'liturncd   to  New   Vork   with, her  Jin--  lsLicit:  work,. %     .       \  ���������    About   tlie  best   the   mi-iii    can  who Hies  to drown  his sorrows Is  maU-jo  Ida head swim. '������������������"  do  |a>  1  __, a* Jm b_. Eli! _a       SI E-S  tmhL\m\ms\   ail  SMALL PIMPLES  OnHandsandFace, Itched  arid Burned. Cuticura  Heals In Six Weeks.  " Eczema broke out Ita -.mail piam-  ple������ oai my hands and Face. The  pimples were hard and fed,' ami  Itched and burned. I could nol *p<at  my hands in water becaaitse it made  them worse, 1 could not help  scratching* and rubbing the ������faceted  partii- and causing dLt-fl-gureanewt.  The trouble 1������������ted three tnonihu.  "I read an adverfclaeanent for  Cuticura Soap and Ointment suad  tieait for u free sample. I purchmaied  more and in,about six w������ei-_ I -was  completely healed." (Sirgrned) John  A. MacDotv-ldy South Went  Marjjoree, N, 3.  "Nothlngf, nulcker or _*fer itlm'n  Cuticura Soap and C-lmnaent iox  ���������.kin troubles thait Itch and bum.  ���������_Mt������a. atMia. *rrw -y aot������aa. Ad-rji* <'_������.4  l>.l.a<:   "_W-l-_---,i>*4_., M.������UmlT   fc'rlr*. a*  C'ut'ctir* SUnvlnt StUfc. ZUa.  t^mummmimmmfmium *m ������n.ni.*������i w<i >������ii*i>nii������.wiw  Although Alfonso is given, to .driving alt, great speed, he novoa' has luati  an nfchlent, slatau-? Miss Ilrowne, for  the i'ens<ni that he ihliiUs.und acts  (pilckly, knows his car, sees llnif it  hi koiid in pea-feel order, anad speeil'  Ing i.s a'atii'ly sale since the liighwii.vs  In .S1.) it taa aire norl leenbly fre.e from  t n 1 Hie.  * Lethbridge Irrigation Dia;rict  The I<el.iabrldgo Noa'thea-ia IrrlgtL-  tloai Talsfiict entnrs upon Ibe spring?,  vvllla lata iiddillonrtl :inrono aicros of  land, which ctimo undoa1 the plow haal  Htuiniaer. nnd , IjiM. -'.I.'hero bus been :i  ctHislelerablo,. inJltix of new HotUors,  rinulii'ly froni  lOurojiei.  i      An    Oil    th;it    \u    Famous.    Though  ('atiaaHaa? vua >������������l   lB������c bla'thplaice i������r  Ui".  Tlionias' "Reluctric Oil, II. S������ 1I10 home  I of thut, fnnaoiis cuinpound,  From Imre  I lt������ (*������<30d  natno  wjt������    j-preud    tu   i'.on  1 trial a.iul, rioufti    America,    Hid   WohI.  In dlert.  Aaislralla  and    Now    Men 111 ltd.  ' That,   in   fair 'iillcld   #������*aaoaigh   In   iitfeHi  IIn ewcellcaice, for  In  aall  theH(������  coiti/i-  trlew It l������ on aulta nnd hi alinunml.  Nolililng   plto-nnei.   a     msui     wlib ������  well'develnpixl   Honne   of    luimor so  mtich ns saavttlng (wo  chroiali' hoi-en to  liorliiiif; eucli olheit1,'  t'  lle_(_ Mioai'Hi'i. LlnhvtcoL lo  t--<3 liuu.'O.  CARRIED  WIFE TO BED  Suffered So She Could Not  Walk.   Restored fto Health  by Lydia E. Pinkharn's  Vegetable Compound  Mincsinffp, Ontaarao. ��������� "I am a ria*ac-  tacail nati'Ho aand 1 roconaauorid l.ydist  E. I'ankla nap'BVogotabic C'om-pownd' t������������  Hufl'ei'inK womon.    Foi* tlirco inonthn  I waa almoat helpless attd could not  nit at the table Ion)? enough to drink.  II oup of ton. Many -a time my hiw-  bjuicl carried mc to, bc������II, 1 would bo  b<i weak. Then ho rcH������tl in the pitpor  ol! a woman sulTeriaiK wh 1 uia'i who  got hotter after takiraji- _lao Vopfotablo  Componnd, r,o he wcirta:ad gfot it i'or  me. When 1 had taken *tha*e<? bottleai  I with jaiHt lake a now'woman and  iaave head Hplendad beta 1 ill ever since.'  XVhcn X .fool any_ bearinjij-dovvj"! pairm  I always fcjtke it; ftom������tiineH a liaalf  bottle or whatever-1 nc-cd. 31 is any-  only rmedacaaio aud I hatvath told many at  one aooufc it. Any oti'O* wnntiiitf to  know more aboaat LydlaE. Plnktuian'^  Vcc-ntahle. Oa*)m]aoaap(l, B wall pflafl'.y  wt'lta to her. I do alt 1 enn to recommend it for I feci I owe my life  and atrcnurtb to at." ��������� Mm. nkai.  IhvWfcUCH, It.H. 1, Min-ftHtlin**?, Ontario.  T������o you fool broken -danvn, n<nrvouB,  unit weak norntttjrnoH'f Do you l>av������  thia horrid foolinprof f������nr whiela ������orne-  timen conaow U\ women wh*o������ thoy are  not woll2 Lydia K, a?lna.U������ai:m'H V������������-  etablmCompoiiaael ia evc������:llent to lake  st nwh n timf. 3t nh^-vn liclpn, r.rif!  if taken reRaalarly ami porabtently  wirlH relieve thh eiandiftio-ra, C *wmMw*w*m+mi\\ in ���������_������������������< ii ji .iiMiwrti*-^  -^���������>r������TO������������g!������w-^'j^  SSSSft^S '^"^^'^^^g^JSS^&agniT-r.  -H_������K������a_-.  ������  IH-h-  CJ-LSSTi X������   lifc.%'Il!::W  THE CRESTON REViE  Issued every Friday at Oreston. B.C  Subscription ;*$"&50 a year in advance  sgH.OQ t^TJiS^posnts. .;.���������;?���������-.  O. F, Hates, Editor atad Owner.  CBESTON.  B.O., FRIDAY. MAY 20  Donations Disappoint  With grants of $125 from the  village commissioners, and $25 -i-ora  the school trustees, Crestori'a. ' -eele?':  bration of the sixtieth an niversaryj.  o_ -Canadain Confederation is not  getting the financial support it is  entitled to.  Putting the village population at  500 the donation from the  mumci  pal   exchequer    averages    but   25  cents per capita, which would have  been fairlv adequate   for   the   pur-  I'ose had the trustees heen   equally  considerate,  as  well    they    might  have  been  considering   tliey   levy  an assesment   on    at   least   three  quarters of a tmllioii dollars as -eo������i������  pared   with   about  one-third   tlaat  assessable    property     within   the  village limits.  Or remembering that with a  school attendance of almost 250 the  school grant works out at 10 cents  per pupil to assure a fitting observance of one of the outstanding  events in Canadian history, arnd a  celebration that is primarily des  Sgned to Isnpress-upon the younger  generation the fact that they are  citizens of no *fci__eas_s* t oan try.  The Review sincerely trusts that  the other a?cbool ^districts will not  too.closely emulate the uncalled for  economy of the local trustees. If  only for appearance sake sarely the  world should be told the Valley's  Canadian.sm assays somewhat  higher than a dime per head of  school population.  opportunity to repeat its request  for a development, policy in connection wit!** the soldier settlesKsntv  So far as can be observed at this  distance the work of  the   agricnlt  mist has been in Some considerable  me&ssare taken *xp  with   secre sry.  ingj   fall   fairs,   stockbreeders and  wool growers associations,   and dis  trict farmers'" institutes, as_������_ similar  activities   tha.,  while  indicating a  splendid community spirit, certain  ly ar*e not work for any ags-icultnt*  for an. average crop  peaches.  cherries and  ������������������������t*.i,-������.v.������-,-.v������iH..:. VkM'>w-  _.������*1^������.,m.  VC������**_5_fl  titne.^ olerieal eflbrfc put into the  work for which such an official is  appointed the new agriculturist can  well he located at Lister and have  ample time to supervise purely  agriculttir&jl activities afe the othe>  sections in SSast Kooieii-ay aa  well as the demonstration farm  -work.  Now that   a   change   is    being  made is the time to be busy urging  the necessity   of  change   of  head  quarters atid enlarging the scope o.  ���������aetlvlfeiies of the  newcomer  and it  is to he hoped the board   of   trade  will not let such a splendid oppor  ti.tiity for  service  to   the   district  escape its attention.  NEWS OF KOQIENAYS  General Change in  Train Service  EFFECTIVE  Sandav* May  15th  For further details  please consult  W. B/MARTiH T. W.  Erie!  or write  -.a^K-sa-l  __��������������� ,b ___a _���������������..__'CT 1C__  4^-uiYim_c.r-t  E&AS-J  ItUJIOtUI*'-  T AlltO  I!*%  &__-_- g.: i������w i  iTi_r~_, i  testes  G. B. BROPHY,     .  District Passenger  Agent, Calgary.  riiAUirg.ra--'P-nr a iobiai.  i������t  nuicnnstH'CRti Liiguui. mil  CANADIAN PACIFIC ROCKIES  Banff    -     Lake Louise     -      Emerald Lake  I\irie Bungalow Camps. ,   :  A  LAS5IC  PACIFIC COAST    -  Vancouver  -  Victoria ������������������������  Seattle -  Portland  "after Vanco^v^r1 -��������� ���������s������ Alaska  ���������the xiomantic Northland  EASTERN CANADA  A choice of routes via all rail.or lake and rail.  ivohve  Or /ippiicaicion   ror   t^onmvnt fo  Transfer of Seer License  Kaslo United Church raised $3060  for all purposes last year.  Earl Stevens, who is trapping at  Howsep, north of Kaslo, this year, has  fo-keii 46 marten.  At Fernie the* tax is 38 mills this  year. This as an increase of sis mills  over the 1.828 rate. "  J. B. McReLlarr  as opening a  white  fsaMriffmr at Rosslr*!*!!?.    It  will   he "!������$���������  trically operated throughout.  29 scrub stallions have alreado been  shot in the clean tap that is bean-?  miide on the arrange iai the Cranbarook  district-.  Notice is her������by given that on tho 10th flay  of June next, the undersigned intends to apply  to th������ liiquor ^Control Board for consent of  transfer of 3e������y l-iconse No. 6*32. issued in respect of promises being part of b-uUdtng known  as tbe Northern Hotel, situate at SaVmo. British  Columbia, uajxra the lands described as Lota 5  and a Block ., Salmo Towns.te.Map 622. Nelson  XN&UU   XT.CMV������Ulo������bKUU   J-TUSiariUlj. JIM   DW3   JTTWf 1UWW  V*  British   Columbia,  from Albert   Gibbon  and  Douglas Gibbon to Ernest John Suaaamers of  Salmo, British Columbia, transferee.  Dated at aSalmo.B.C., this Srd dayM������y������ll727.  i-RNEST JOHN SUMMERS.  j&xcursion  UNITED STATES  fares in effect May 22  to  Minneapolis  St. Paul, Chicago, New York and other centres  Have the Ticket Agent tell you more about Summer Trips.  W.B������MARTIN9 Creston        XI W. Bandy* Erickson  "���������nr^*   J. I1C  1VJ.I1S.-C1 iXA  __-*_-������*-������.��������������� rmmr^ trm^st,  _-v*i-.  KJM.  ^_*/ ___._5������ _-_!__���������*���������*>  VV   >������-XV3>VQ^J_ M.U.  4p&������ mr% extr&tx  ���������^-/iCffcJ.a.g^R.'^B.'V.  TO THE END OF BEGEMBER, 1925  Powdtry Industry Thrives  There ������3   an   unusual   deissaaind   for  j -residential property at  Kossland this    I spring, and sales of houses are report-  Press despatches From   the coast   ed^������^^Jr-  H_vs produced Minerals as follows:     Placer Gold, $77,663,045;      Lode Gold, ^122,808,459,  Silver, $74,111,397;   I^ead, $89,218,907:    Goppe^$197,642,647; ��������� Zinc g39,925,947;    Misoel-  ^ T%**-a1j-l������mar-������   f*\\  *������ jt ������ 1        >cD'_i   cr-n _f  flr&n _.  laneous launnerais^ <p 1 .<9������<t,������io.;  etc., $44^905,886;   making its mineral production to the end of 1925 show an /  Aggregate Value of $920,919^628  Production; year ending December, 1924, $61,492,242  indicate that this year British Columbia poultrvmen are unable to  quite fill all the orders that are  coming their way for day old or  baby chicks, and this report is con  firmed by local fanciers who are  operating on a commercial scale,  Tha is_������������r_-_at_oR is decidedly interesting;, because with the dyking  of Kootenay Fiats our pouitrymen  will have made available to them  an abundant supply of grain feeds  at a cost   that will enable   him to  Kaslo "United Chasrch Sunday school  bars ill leaetiers and scholars. Collections last year totalled $194. JLadies'  aid raised $813.  Rev. E. A. St.G. Smyth haa been  appointed English Church rector at  Grand Forks, and will give occasional  services at Greenwood.  Pentlcton  Oo-Qperative  Growers is  paying a 7   per   cent, dividend   thia  year* and   almost  $6000   will   be distributed ahareholdera.  It will require four carloads of seed  to plant the acreage tliait has been  contracted   to   be   sown   to    peas at  compete on a mere equitable tooting | BouneiR Ferry thin year.  than at present with these supplies  The Mining Laws of this Province are more liberal and the fees lower than those of  any other: Province ia the Dominion, or any colony in the British Empire, . ]  Mineral' locations are granted to discoverers for nominal fees. .   '  Absolute Titles are obtained by developing such properties, the security of whioh.^s  guaranteed by Crown grants.  Full sn_br__-ati-������n. together with Milling Kepbrts a-nd Maps, may be obtaissed -cfrafciei by  addressing���������  THE HON. THE MINISTER OF MINES  VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA  N B.���������Priu tically all British Columbia Mineral Properties upon which development work has been done  are described in-some one of the Annual Reports of the Minister of Mines. Those considering mining  .Investments should refer to such reports. They are available without charge on application to the Department o Mines, Victoria, B.C. Reports of the Geological Survey of Canada, Winch Building, Vancouver, are recommended ns valuable sources of informatioti.  Reports covering each of the Six Mideral Survey Districts are published separately, and are avail  able on application.  B  HSE-  faaving to be  shipped in  from  the  prairie.  Too, Creston chicks at the same  price as the coast product should  hare the edge on thair Pacific slope  competitors in the they should be  just a little hardier and better  adapted to stand the more rigor-  orous climate obtaining elsewhere  in Canada.  Another Opportunity  Bonners Ferry itaipiement men are  are doing a greatlv increased trade  with so much new dyked' acreage  being put in crop this spring.  Hot, and cold water and the consequent modern euqipment is being  installed In all the guest rooms at the  Cranbrook Hotel, Cranbrook;  W. K. Ealing, M.P. for West  Kootenay, has just been elected fir)  honorary president of the kilty band  at Nelson. This will set Bill back 825  at least.  _E8S-_-  Lighter Underwear for the  Just about  a  year ago  Creston  Board of Trade was   commeudably  active in an effort'to have the East  Kootenay provincial  agriculturist,  whose headquarters   is    at   Cran  brook, shifted to  Lister and given  the necessary acreage  and   needed  equipment to ooiadtioL a demonsbra  tion farm bo show just  what  that  seotion is   best  adapted  to in the  way of mixed   farmij>g,   with   tlie  Social provancsal horbiculturiab avital-  aule to   conduct   a   similar   work  along hortticultiitml lines.  Nothing titimo of tbe ������aTort due,  'probably, to the fact that it takes  just a little time to osceoute snob a  change in policy. This month  cornea word that tho agriculturist  at Cran brio is to bo transferred to  similar work at Kamloopa, and as  no fjucettiuor has iia yu_ iteeia iiimu'u  it 5m to has hoped tha* board of t-mde  wall not   prattB   up   Hiich   a   likely!  At Roasland motorists avo accused  of honking their horns to siaoh an extent that the* citizens* sleep is being  undaily disturbed. The police are to  tiake action.  The Herald bus now discovered that  12 degrees of frost will not damage  f 111 it blosflomB nt the nbage the buds  wea*o In at Penblctton nt the time of  the mid-April freeze, and la hopeful  *i''''>***-''*ir''a'**''*-M'''**''*,"'r**''^  LlffM ami Heavy  Shoos mfsWsseffe  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  connection  mmimm, jmmmms   ssmmwM mm* f^f Smm Ssmj Smw  ___���������I���������_-l 4^ggyj|ju^^^,     mm*S g^^-mmmm. ^^^^^-      Jfewtfu^M    ^^^^^^^    ^^*   L^^f ^^^  ^^mmm inm^mtsmmmm m> mr_5lffw?--l fflWiH eesT^BM __tW am Mm  ISm^sM _MM       SEyitti ^y^y1^^^^ay^jfiCTiEy'--_r^g_OJ5y  Shoe and Havnee������ Repairing  Coming Warm Weather  Men's Suits and Drawers at, each  $1.00  CoBfukination   Suits,   v������ atson s  Spring   Nee-dle  gives you  wear, comfort and freedom, cut in correct sizes to fit you,  all sizes, per suit, 1,85 to $2.50.  Watson's Ladies' and Children's Vests  Priced 25c, 30c,, 40c, 50o., and up.  Extra Outsize Vests, fine quality���������-  Ladies' Extra Outside Combinations  F *������������������     ��������� !���������  Laaies  mm mi  ������pi.������D"4_r  _____Mk Us. _kt ^h ������>u    MAMfe mm mm* _-*_*-_-___. *__l W^    __���������<*__ 'tH ���������_���������___ __"!_.  Bloomers in vv hite and. P^aciif 50c������ siSiSCl -50c������  aas:  ���������at:  CMMlk. _n_-_6-l < -iflM* ****Wsm% ____H_k. H-k **% s%\*\   -MS HI ^^^ M*m\***\    ***%   ___L IM M-__ll **W ___.     -_M___S jutt-m^ tffflfr -iB&  jffitt BttStt^   t***\ ' \\***\ ___.'-___. "**9  RESTOri i\fl������iiCH_iTiLE COSvsrANY  m  mt  urn rtc.t>  ���������jf^mmmmmmmm  ,*.^,w,i������ih m������m.MMtMmwm.  l_���������___���������_���������! ������> nmi, n r^ii ��������������� i m ,ai; K'lliHWH HMM  mmmmmm  9 ~f  , ,   -       -t. r_ 'v. i r-   ���������"������  '_>  eston  la-j ;_  iiJf������^iK  I^^^V-"-*  '  v������   ', - -, ss- *vyjf������  ���������-fSs   ' a ���������   ' _*���������  >���������   V  ^__^_���������______5f     ^SL���������������������������������������������������__���������������������������_  irrtae %n service  /f^HERE* is a special pride ____  A service along the Csow's  Nest line. The :������__������!rcad began  it; the fkst Supemitendent oper*  ated the road just as though it  _bsd competitors���������sax of ikem*  right alongside.  ___-. " ^     '  liie Imperial Bank of Oa_?_ada  _h������^#.������*1������_-������i *_���������> l^fli ���������'��������� r<o 1i/f������/������K_������l   Cv8<9*n^  JI_f_.������JVK*^������������_*<S3������  Sr.������b>  -- Vfc4WV, ATI1.VHV., "V_*-h G_.4T  brook, Natal, Creston. and Inver*-  mere also take a special pride in  service to the public. Let one of  these Branches prove it to you*  If. IHTDI _VT   ������Ji^filP  iivir _LI\I_T\_L Hr\i^HI^  OF CANADA  FessJe S_^s__s_bi   ���������  aft-w-aja<������*8_  A. M. 0W���������_i, -V__a_-ag���������-?  *        C W. A!k___ &_____a_.������.  39R  'tfWMllli  yoa**. ttot-SS.  *������__  .'ty  J3.  W* A HkT-    'aBA'imr  ^JX*JL,cf- ?:-JUR_n__l_^IJCW  OF COMMERCE  C-S-fiJ-sI Plaid !?������? $20/500^00"  Reserve Fund $20*000,000  Creston "BraCoclt - R.. J, Forbes, Manage  1927   FORD   PRICES  inese  PricesBr������o*b.  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"Ko*������i*������i_j->'������r'r-  IRewIew  95 ������������������������������������"���������'"'��������� ���������'  ������������������*���������������������������-���������-���������** ���������*^^^a-^*������__a_������-----r-ti-i'i_--iB_-r__iiwwr*_gra--^^ MB  if     -fSPKn TT'NriA   A_WTQT''A"to**,TP   li  g|      \J?������3e&&���������%*? jla^ J..*   _r^*v?^__.a_j? .__,_rm.A^-*w������l.   . jg  atbis BsSlk is S_S__S80118 tO SgasSst fth������  sal development of C_u_ua>_!% is d  i^ ooe .cms chsatc--^^  P. BURNS & CO., Ltd.  ilvjlSL-iTl JL-   : IVfif_j-_^^^i ���������_rz.I^3 ������ _3  "   -TTravaifw,TifiWi. ira',w!i'iiwiw;M LMtiiaii.ii ,'i "iy it'i i.ii,iiui,H"ii!iiii,i,lti aitaeB  i_H������a___-M_������___a������__-_i_--_-t--_������--_^^  ITRV OUK  . &HAMROCIC PORSC SA USAGE  An economical dish, easy to serve.  Shamrock Brana" HA/Mf, BACON ana LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY MUTTER  Government (traded, hip-nestquality*.  FRESH and CURED FISH  all varieties. ,  Choicest BEE*, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  ���������xtWg&ktt'Q* uriiPAi  PiTif rr trjo>vr vr%f\r%  Inc'reafies egg" production and produca-t bett#i' pra'uBti-y. ' EStiy tti-a beat*  ������.. H. St-isples w-as hes*e - on Os^^ere  hiitiiness for a few days the latter part  (if (he week, leaving ���������on Sunday for  Calgary. He states that the O'kan*  aj;������n eHtimrttep are for a Ughier -crop  of apples than In W2H% nnd he fagnree  local yields -will be much tbe aarae as a  year ago.  W. IS. McAlpine, sr., left on Thursday Inet for haa ti������ual two weeks  holiday fishing trip at Baifniir. where  he ia the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wat-  ton. Thia year he haa with him a  double thick landing net bb he intends  specializing in the take of nothing less  than twenty pounders.  Tne pass and honor lists in connec-  ion with IflST *������-sflmi*-t!AtionR ������fc athe  B.C. Univ-ernity are just annoaiiaeed.  In nursing" "Miws Frances L������yne -was  saiccetssful an wall the Provincial Boas*"  Health prize in Public Health Nursing.  _n iti-is jttf������3 Siarloi. Swaiison  passed well up in tbe second year list  of suiccessfn! candidates.  ���������wais at   *4>>ran������)i-iN)I_   a  i������������t iv^s-k  ������tt_*nu<ng a,  /  r  OUR-BAY  mm,U._li.-ll -I  GKANB THEATRE  CRESTON  ���������a  PRESENTING  Capt.  Oaitw  eon pie oi _Jnys  conference of al". the forestry employees of Bast Kootenayt which was presided over hy 3in|or Melrose of Nelson,  who has charge of the forestry work  in.the _Cootf>ny-Bonndary Okanagan.  Geo. Huscroft. the local patrolman.  was also in atteudance.  Mrs. Mallandaine got a telegraphic  call to Vancouver on Thias*day lant  due the death . of her -father, Joseph  Rarosav, which- took place in lhat  city-the evening previous. - Decesaed  was 85 yeaVs of nge. and was hurled  at Nanaiwioon Saturday. Mrs. Ma"?-  landaine. expects to spend the next  nonpar of weeks at the coksc.  EL C. Hunt of Nelson, theKootenay-  Boundary' provinrial hortirulturist,  whs here on an official visit last week.  According to the : coords kept for this  district it "would look as if this season  ia ������bont ten days latfr than the aver  age. Usually the pink spray as put on  about May 1st. This year orchardists  were at work on it on May IQfchf  Mr. and Mrs.- B.. A. Conafort and  Mr. asd Mrs. Percy Boffey -were  motor visitors with friends at Bonners  Perry on Sunday. -That ak>wn is certainly expecting high water, as a dyke  h-as.-Jurat been * completed along the  Kootenay River banks" the full length  of the vill������ge and connecting up with  dykes on Drainage District No. I.  At the annual jxaeeting of Creston  Riding Illiberal Association at Nelson  on the 12th, Victor Oarr was elected  as the Creston representative on the  excutive. and Frank.. Staples for  Brickson-Canyon. The new president is O. W. Hilnphtey. of Booth  Slocan. A convention to noihinaate a  candadftte will be held at Nelson on  June 2nd.  Miss   A.   H.   Doyle   has  just heen  notified that ehe is the winner of the  $25 prize given by Saiea Service, lAm-  ifced, for the toea-f'dewgn foraho-ac label  for the apples nandlirjd ~ by that -well  known     Okaniagafu     selling   agency.  Wh������t   particulary   appealed   to the  judges was the simplicity  yet attention uttaWtangJeatureB of the drawing  eabtnitted     by   Miss     Doyle.     Sales  Service will market part of the Crea  ton crop   and   the   boxes   containing  local fruit   will  show   In   prominent  lettering   that they contain   Creston  apples.   There were 88 contestants���������  some of them from California.  The Indies of tbo "L.O.B.A. and  party of Invited guests celebrated, the  lodge's third birthday at the lodge-  room on Friday night, at which the  features were court whist, contest,  etc. At whiBt Fred Burnett and Mr**.  J. P.J-ihnson made th" -prize ecoree,  in the guessing contest the honors  went to Miea Helen Moore aud Fred  Burnett, whllo Rev. S. Newby was the  winner of the peanut race. A feature to tho refreshments was the  birthday cake, a flaiw fine waiaaple  of the culinary art designed and nuked  by Mrs. Spratt. The lodge Is now In  Its third year and reports a mrmbor-  | ship ot off 27.  Schubert Male v|uartatte  Presenting a varied program including; opera olasstfea, sacred, secular  musical oomedy, novelty nuambers aud popular selections  ���������a    &*s  l/s^ki<_)tn.   ������_?_r__s_������   B_?_______rf   ft   -s^*i^ffti**_i_a_j**_t'<lF  _*r ������_rj_*_a._s,   ������.-4.-VP__"G*   __*������.*������_������>������^<m    ->_rw---i������������������--j  m\\ SW  A remarkable combination of beautiful voices and dramatic ability.  JuMaii B. Arnold, Traveler and Author  An illustrated travelogue, .'British Policy in China and  Through Britain ������with a Camera.    Colored slides.  Herbert A. Taylor, Prince of Magic  fl! _*���������������_? T5 ���������-~_.Ts_!_r?_^_l^_?-������->-*^r_***"fi_'"1^ l_n_niTi 5--ife,  ������������������ __.ra  SMILIN  i rkwvu  A charming -comedy of unprecedented popularity, presented by  the Martin-Erwiu Players.  The Plantatioii Quartette  Highly trained Jubilee Singers presenting the melodious  and folk songs of the southland.  S>5������  "The Potter and His Clay  -> '*    :, * .  X Smith Damron, the potter-draftsman demonstrated lecture.  SEASON TSBKETSs Aduits,S2.S0; G���������ildres,$1  ���������1  A limited number of Reserve Se ts wiii he on sales. .  Mr* \FRUiT GROWER  Don't you think # mould be good business to have your  APPLE BOXES and APPLE CRATES  delivered NOiV, so as io avoid ihs m&h  later  on?  For orders placed before August 1st we will date the  invoice August 1st, payment 60 days nett, or 2%  discount 10 days from August 1st.  C j wm --"-Vi*^"8*!.. ^Fa  *r������i II _PC*tt-M-* _h_{-S?"^  New CHEVROL  Roadster and Touring���������$ 867  Coach ���������   'sT*       '       ' '  B        __r^__H ��������� *__Ti___Ca _r__M_r-__)      %******.     ********      mmmmm**        **m**m*r     ____���������_���������___���������  %^������ouj#e^  I_*?ai_da*4H Sedass��������� ~~ -  Roadster Delivery���������  1005  1025  J. J. W*������c  1181  THIN. NERVOUS GIRL  GAINS wifTTH vMNOJL  j  "1 wftfl norvoaifl, run������down, and my  drugiclat roeotnmended Vinol.   I have  gained ft pounds, and feel 100 per cant,  ottor."���������Marie IlemmeK You be������in  to feel ntrnnfeer.. out and olojup better  the very FIK8T week you take thia  elniplev atretaRthenlnfi; iron and cod  Ilwer compound.    STor  oVar SSS   yeara  V illl'l      .tuu M-t .}****������        >w u,.-| *.*,..***,-���������  women,   over-tlared   men    and   frail  children.   Carestor Brug A:Book Store.  I  -���������    824  Includes Bumper, Spare Tire, Motormeter.  One-Ton Truck : 823  All Ictncls ot   Used  \j������ars  t*or ���������__t-__ile  ill   Bm__   5VE   1   C_������  1   \ jTi_3l r^\ ill mr^m ^mSA   Km*  r^^r^tnf.Ci.rr.    csw,    FtrtR_-.w__.__a_.  i  W������ *���������   im** mm** v _���������*���������-_-'    mmf m     '������������������m**-<vi*m������* >v *mmm ���������������<_-���������  mmt&mmmmmm  J TTV  THE    HEVIEWS ".ORESTON,    Ba    G.  Pure tea ox fiii^st ^^aKlfo free of dust  .%   - - and packed it^Aj^^i^uiffm  i  Canadian.Offices in London  Office"  and  IMED ROSEORANGE PEl-SOE is extra good.  BIiie Sky Laws,  y Needed  With bet tea- times now juevailmg: and. business expanding in all  directions, work plemful ami \vases good, high na-essiaie salesmen oi" stock  in till mannes'of companies are again . laiiarja itv evidence,. Some of Ihe  proposkioais laid fbefore neouaV "who 3i������u;e a: "������e>\y-d������>n&'rjs.'ftof fiitvcsfc aire sound  eMiougli; others are speculative to a degree, witla the pi-obubalhies that any  money invested will be lost. or. at .best, -vvill not be 'productive of dividends  for years to come. The .more glowing the pros-peels held no to the sane o'f  the itiuoet-ai investor, the greater the possibility, thai "the investment is a decidedly s-ialcy one:  in aael.. uot am an vest men a? at all.  Viifortiiauitely, ��������� it as aiaa e-vtremely diflicult' matter tor anybody bail an  expert; or those who make it their business to lteep taally informed, to  'lt.stit)gLii.<h between the good and the bad ol" tlae stock selliiag p.'onosilaoaas*  .Viyeseiited to the seaieral. pxablit*. , Thf only saitye ,cc*ua>e yto fol|o\vy liaM'ore  ���������naaliitajjc 'investment in any stock is to corasiilt a banket or sotiie?reputable  iinaaieial institution.     Il is  better to be  sale  than sorry.  It is furthermore unfoitumue thait the/'oa-ayany laws o'"<?',insula do Yiot,  provide adequate project ion ol" the public usainst these professional  promoters of questionable stocks and ; so-called securities. Canada, has  reason to be proud of its general code ot? laws, but in this ono respect ahe  .1 ion i in ion of Pariia*aia_-uJ has been sadly nested t'ul oi its diaa.y in that il has  nor provided satesuards agaansi the people of Canada being victimized by  persons and coa-poraiioais offering questionable, stock for sale to an  unsuspecting public. '  *     -        ' : -y  Sotne provincial ._������������������.*-*. enimeans have endeavored io protect their people.'  ''tily to have their "best -efforts largely defeated because of the refusal ot the  iHmaiaiion authorities to supplemeaat those efforts. As a result ilaoiasands or  Canadians every year aro robbed of millions of harj earned  saving.":*.  For example, .some years ago ...the Saskatchewan Legislature passed an  act prohibiting!: the sale of stocks of any Itrad wilhin. the Province unless the  Company offering the same iirst submitted their proposals to the Local  Ciovertttueut Hoard and obtained ihe approval of that t'oard and its consent,  an tiae stock beins offered for pn'blic subscription. Certain companies  ancorpaiittted under; Dominion charters challeaaiced the right of ilae Province  in so a-estrtet iheir sroc-ks-ftllins?activities, and, upon? an appeal to the  court,.*-., the Saskatchewan "liaav was declared invalid in-so far as ���������companies  ntcorporated at Ottawa aa-e concerned. The situation, therefore, is''that any.  company 'holding a provincial charter and whose stock the Saskatchewan  Local Crovernment Board will not permit being offered for sale, has only to  "obtain Dominion incorporation at. Ottawa - to'?'��������� defy f the: ySaskatchewan  ?Iiogjslafeure?an<i sell a5qty..J.ind?oi' stock it? likes, good or bad.       : ?v     -,   f;.  It will be a-ecaiied that much the same situation existed when the i  .Provinces'first: adopted prohibitory liquor laws. Tlae "Pro'vinees could and did {  prohibit the retail sale of liquor, but they were powerless to stop its'-  'manufacture within their boundaries, and equally powerless to prevent it.;  bcinp: brought into the province from other provinces or foreign countries, I  bwausev this would be to interfere with trade and commerce .which ..come j  solely within Federal juris dicta on. Public opinion, however, became so j  11 roused;-that the Doiaiiuion authorities were forced to bow before -it. with the i  i-esailfcciaat?the law was a.naended ao-provjde that where,a-Pi-bviiice adopaeu j  prohibit ibai it becaaane unlawful under Dominionlaw to gh id" liquor into tlaat;  Province, f     1  "here is need for a  similar enactment in relation to Company incorporation.    AU fhiifc-is  needed is a very'.simple amendment  by the fPai-lianaeaat of  Canada to tlae effect  that, where any Province, passes an  Act  prohibiting tho .  sale of stock in any company amless tlae same has'"first, been' approved hy i  Provincial authority, such law shall be applicable to.a Company .incorporated j  under Dominion charter in so far as that province is concerned. ?     j  To the tavern go   citi'/.eii   there   VKOiild   appear   to   be   no- insurmountable j  dillicttlty   to  1 lie  passage of  saacla^ a   simple  sind -reasonable  araendanonI. iln j  t'ael. the average citizen would imagine that the Dominion Ciovoraimean woaircr j  be  fnast, as anxious  as  Provincial  Government.}*  lo protect  their people from j  being victiniixeal by unscrupulous   company   promoters   and   siock   sidesmen..  The "amazing thing    is    thai,    notwithstanding    pressure    from    Provincial  Coveriwa'aeiiis.  representations  from reputable -^business  orgajimittoais... strotag j  editorial appeals by liaaaaiolal aud other    papers,    fhe    Ottawa   'Governance l. ]  ,���������,4locU������es to do anything, bait allows a deputy minister at Ottawa to stubbornly  block all  efforts made taa  provide ample    safeguards    to    protect     Canadian  citizens.  ���������-������������������'���������'*'������������������ Tteprojionfai ions    have    for    some    months    pas I    been    made    to  ��������� one  Provincial Covernnieiit regarding thai operations of one of these high pressure  siock selling concerns,  and profest.laag   against   what,   amounts   To   legalized  robbery,  but. all   the   Provincial   aui.hoaiilos   can   do   is    lo   Mian 11    they   aye  powerless  because  I lie'   Company   in   question   operates   under   a  'Dominion  chsirtajr. ���������   f * ?���������   ���������:; ' ;  .    And wilhin recent weeks ihis very    Company    has    In-en    shown   up '..In  repattable financial joiirnuls as having secured over '$:i.000,O(������O frona CanadiaiJi  aiii/piiK. of wiiii^li considerably more than $1,000,000 went into Hie pocket's ol  a   subsidiary   company   as   "coaaianlssion"   Cor selling   i lie   stock.     In   fact,   tlie  pare:iI  lauinufneniring compau-.'  has less  than  one  dollar to show  for every  iua> alollars. invested  hy  tlae public. Not only so but   the .Company has never  .Pahiicd  a  dividend, and for every dollar's worth  of goods it luts manufiic  inroal   tanil  sohl  it  lias, cost   ilia- Company  lave  dollars  fo make  the sale.   Yet j  ihis Company  is still  being permitted to.sell  stock   throughout   Canada  aa.ruI i  is doing so .io iiu-,ns|ieeting people  on  the strength of rdsy .promises of big  dividends m co'ine. I  It  is iiigli  time  tlaat   a  certain   cabinet   minister at   Otlavv.-i   freed  himself;  tta.in t.lio influence of a  reactionary and aaa1oei'atlc*deptif?v lit-ail. and dralteal |  legislation   iai  be   presenteil   fo Piirlia.'.iaeial   ul   its  noxl   session upholding aiul j  :-,!ip;)(������t:nu tne I'rovinees in  iheir efforts lo put an  mad  to this stock-lobbing  and |e-giili-/.ei-| robbery, which' today Is a blot on ihe fair iiamo ot Caiuida. ;  !sr.,-������igratiori    ^nd    Trade  Commerce   May    be  j Combined  |      lion.   Kobert Forke.   Cauadian   miaa  j ister of imauigration, and  tion. James  1 Alalcolm, juanlstcr ol  trade  and  com-  j meree,   wlaUo   in   Wughind   tliib   suaia-  ] anei*, will  iointly   coan-ioor   fi'e   foa si  i bility   of   combining   in   one   building  j the  buanch  ofllces   in   lhitain  and  on  i tiu%   f-o'iiinem   of   rhear' rct-pectiio   de  J ptirlnieaa's,   it   is  uauh-rsiood.     Such  aa  I pa-ocedure   \\ould   eliminate     aluplica  | lion of promises aud <o a aefiain e\  teaal   Aiapitcaitioia  of  oIIm-c   shifts  ��������� Ma*. Malcolm h;is aliead.\ tecci.ved  ! iialimalions Lla-il ihe allocation ol  ; $100,000 for .advertising Canadian  j goods in Britain will a.ol go very fai  | tea making a wid">sprca������l appeal. It is  | ���������understood- ihat,". one suggestion  | meeting favor is that^when big ting-  f lish siores   take a :;>large    space     for  ���������\ geaiertil advea-f-lse.aaH-aat..' ::    Caaiada  | should   pay   it  proportion   of   the   cost  for   whalevt-i    n?naouut.   arl*   space   calls  ��������� allchtioaa *   siaeciiilly      lo      Canadiaai  goons.  NO MEDICINE LIKE  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  For Either the Newborn Babe or  the  Growing   Child  There is aio other medicine' lo  equal Ihiby's Owi? Tablets for Jittle  oaies^^whethei* it "be for the newborn -"bathe,y or the growing child' the  Tablets ���������-always .do good. ���������T-hey are  absolutely, free, from opiates or other haranful drugs and tlie moflier  can always feol -safe, in   us-ing. ..then*..  Concerning the Tablets, Mrs. .John*  Armour. 11.11: I. South iMonaghan.  Oni, siiys:���������"We Jiavo . three fine,  healthy children/ to whoan,- when at  medicine is needed, we have given  only ISHby's Own Tablets. The Tablets are the best medicine you can  keep in any home..where there aire  young children."  Baby's Own Tabief.s if re a mild but  thoi'ough laxative which regulate the  stomach and bowels; banish constipation and indigestion; break up  colds and simple fever and make  teething easy. They are sold "by  medicine dealers or direct by mail at  25 cents a box from The Dr. .fWil-  liams'   Medicine  Co.,'-*'tirocicyi:ller Ont.  [������������������' The good old Smith f*amily sfeem-s-  i to be disappearing in Washington.  'A aiew city; directory .iust oaat shows  'only ;{,500? There were M.600 in  the  directory  published   a   year  aigo.  \M ^-x___i.  Make it new with.  HPHH PuBLIG have been quick to^appreci^tes  ���������*���������   rhemany advantages of Brush DUCO, and  today hundreds of cars are being re-finished  'imt afelaGilte.  S*"S*-s  |^'Yo^'wil|^bae- ^rrr|j_.i*d '__tfe.;|.h#e||.se..|witS '0^% j  DtICO can :|De Isrushedyon you  will be proud of tlie work when it is finished.  : ?We ��������� have issued an instruction folder" wlitclr  you ca^^Bbtai"':from? any DUCO dealer arid  Sr% iMlvisabie to" read this Carefully^ You can't  ���������   go?wrong if you  If-the surface of your car as checked or cracked, give ���������  it a coat of  Flint  Auto and  Metal Surfacer befocc  yirig  ???!s?  mmm  Gootl "dealers every whete car*, supply .you "with���������Brush  ;. ^^CQ^DlJOT^Th^ ^ and-  Flint Auto said Metal Surfacer.  /   ' --:-,������������������  ^."CvtJ  ff'K"  Look for this sign  JDueo applied io  AUTHORIZED ,  AUTO'  KE-lTFUSHIMG  STATION  if you tvoni Spray,  your car by mxp'mrt*  There<J$^  ���������ffi.  Hali-f.  ?JU  Montreal  Q&&Dmx6r?^J������UPJQ&g' Duco  Mades ira Canada solely bj^ ,,. .. ,..vu.  ^flr^R^isli;Lilli������sD  SuUbury li  XViwaipies       Vancouver  -UToromto';  f  8 UB-*9mV  !__������ n %%   r������Si  ���������_9I_         ���������  WITH  SET a  S __������  ~ mm,tUmmmm3f  HEART  |?tondon Mail's Unusual Watch  Tells  Mrs. R. C!. Hall, "Bolton Centre, Que.,  writes:���������"Some time ago I hatj bad  spells with any "heart i-vhieh I believe  was a'ttuaed hy liervo-usnesa I ti-ied  everytking I could tlibil. of, 'but (Wild  f?;et no relief niatil nue of, nay. frieuds  persuaded auo. to get a box of  Aftor I lmd ttaliori  aj few boxes I got  . woudorful ax'lieL".   - ,  I now woigli nian.Iuinilroil. and .thirty-  Ave poaands wlaero., bofoto, I never weht  ovor naiioty." "��������� '" *  Pnce 50������. a box at b.11 rlnaav/jiBtfi or  denlora, or nan.ilnil  <1 i roc.t oia  a-orcipt o.   . , ,,nos  "prlco by Tho T. JMilburai G($,, L-iinited, A  Toronto, Out. .    . .. jj nllvu.  Time   of   Day -in   Ten  Parts of World -    '  Nicbobis .1. Moekott lm.s t>een  'dnhbed London'^ "Ien time man" been aase he owais the o"nly walc;li in tbe  wo'i'lu?. wiiich tolls'aflie iiiiie of day ju  ten di -_e.retit'\part.s of thi? yvrprkl. Tbe  uniasuiit.',-.-watcla 'lias?'toai"^laaiids. dacit  U'UlnR. tlie laaaif of day iu a tlift'ere'iir-  parL. of Lite world.   Tlae ban Us ;tt*e painted  coioi's, They represent? Ibe time In  New York. Sana Francisco, ' CMiicalgo,'  Lonaloci, ' Now* Ovleiuis. "Baienos Aires.  MsMboua-aie, Slwuigliai, C;ai.)'eloAvn,  Calcii 1,1 a  aiul   M id-Atlsaii I ic.  ^'oiuis   eiiiise   fretfultaess    and    a-ob  Poultry From Royal Farm -������  Hears- tt? the���������.-thrones of ("ieat^Bfi-  Difa'erent jTaaiaa   and   Spain "will   vie    "v\i|la    ?"eaeh  .    -  I other al the 'World's    Poultry    Con  Kress,  al   OLUiiva,   July   27ib   to   August ?4tla.   1I.K.IT.  the  Pauace of'Wales  recenlly aaaaiouau:e<i bis Intendou oC  e^b'ibNl'ting;";s'b'an"e'''viiVe'','?l"4  farm -in = Cornwall. -r% England. Now"  wbrtl^s a*ecelveel ^IT.ro.a'ai-^lE.I'l.lr. tlie  Priiaeo of Asi.iaa*ia*s, heir io ihe Spanish throne,, that he in I ends exlubit-  different: lus'poiaae fowls from his o*\vai p'nilta^y  arm.  IMillor's \*\Torm Powders <*an do  tao injury to the most, delicate child.  Any (-Ullti. or itia'anx in l.ht;-sl,fU,������* i>Z  adole-fiMice. who is dhfosted- "with  woi'tus (laii- Uil-e, this pi'oiau-i/a.t.toit  walliaui. :i quavlm of'the' st:oJntaeU, Jirad  l.he   iaifaaal   of   sleep,   the   great   iaoiir- | will tlnd in it'u sure relief and )a filjl  isher. TVIoi.ber OraveH' Worm lO.vler-  auliiul.o'a- "will t'lesif the Ht.oinaieh niul  inlesl.lijf,s   und   i'ti*>Loro    liejilthfulness.  AIiIiou'kIi   I lia>   naaia   who   marries  widow   inuUliini   sity.s  bis   wife's   first  proteetloaa from tlap^o? <iesfr*neliV,b  I>est.s. wliieia tare re'spoiiRlble foY'-amich  aitd������iiij.ss and gruut .suffer icifj; to  lesions  of  little ones. ?���������  i  anylbing    about j     Wben   you  hear    a     nasirricil     aiian  btasbaaiil,     there-    atrai! say t.liat  be hasn't  aainde up his  mint!  limes  When   he   wisliefl   ha1   Wiis   nt II-  about  a   thiiiK be  rneaais  the  be   lia'S'  n't, a^lceal lti������  wife about.  II. ���������?  Pain In The Muscles,  Stiffness In Joints,  Quickly Subdued By Nerviline  ThoRo \vli������i liny ti'sla-il onl niininr-  ohm ISiilineiii.���������< will ni-re<> l bnl -wlaiiav  hinin'i IiIhk   Is   ni't'deal     ti������     ilisli>il|;tt     a  <J<'c(i    </',-!(������ -.'.    Inn/r   oi    i'-.s.s   i  ii'ollfi"  fan  dlMon tIj*T������' i.s iinilihi)' Ui <-(>iti|iiir>'wllli  Nervlllhe, IT*.     InTiiiisa'     Nerviline  pr-ni'i a ;if.v- ������������������ n ab'<*pl\ , b������-riiiisn II hn.t  -ibiHlt live t|ii������������*^ I lii������ slri'iiKlli a>f I lie  ��������� iMllriHi-v illy |������r������'|iririiMiin, 1i Ihim *'onn������  1>. On U'lMiwit aas Klr������o ewer all Pain.  F"> rtlu'tim.'illar r-aiudliliwiM, ainh-u'tabir  auiil .inlial KlIlYrac-^M, N'<'i*vlllnn wi������il<������  vvdiHlir*" A 11 In I provivi tlibt. CJi'l a  K"������ cr-iil bolifi* fiuiii  \ <������iar <lcal������*r Unalay.  Clli  ami esc  First  Paper.  MaL  ers  t  Canada's Gift to Australia  Maple   Trees   Frcm   Vancouver   Island  to be  Plar.'iod, at  Can-berra  "Maple    H*t>ert   now   a^rowitiK   in   l lie,  woods  of  Viiia<*oiivei*  Islanal   will 'form.  Canada's   nifi   to   ilic   Ausl rallait   p^^o���������  l>le avhen ihey open their new  ta ti I lot i-  al c;ipitui  at CanhtMTa  Ihis inoailli.  ,   I'aader   phtns   anal.fliaeil   hy   Iho   Canadian   Uovei'iuncnl,   I'ruin lor  Oliver  is  arraiiKiiiK.  foi'  Ihe .shipment  ol   n  Uov.-  i a land .maples to AtiHlralla. iimvae-  Learned   Method   by "V/atchlna   Wasp; ,,lu,clv'    Tll,> l,0HH wln "���������' -Pl'������������tml In  the  groiiuils  of  the  Claaaberra   I'arlia-  iiiciii    l.nlUHiiK'-'.  Says Old   Uaiflencl  '  Accordrnajf to an     old     IiroihI.     the  Chitii-He   lirsl   lnuriacd   io  analco   paper  by  wnlclalnpt tbe wtu-ap baalld  hvy aaest.  A   I "hi ran inn n.   wnliblii!'  Ibt- wasai  one  day,  dineovfared   that,  ahe   took  a   bllo  of   wai>od,   allowed   U   halo   Paste,   and  Hineiii'etl   It   on   lu������r   nesl.     When    tbe  paste   became     dry     ll     turned     Inlo  tionift liiiiK   HUa-   Ibe   present   day    pa-  j>cr.     '1'lniH   tlae   Cbliaere     leiiraieal     lt������  i  ���������nialae   paper   frona   wood   hnif*.   before  I suiy   idher   peojde   in   Ihe   Avorlal.  \\  L  I l*M>  'J  (Mla\,irci'_   a.leimerit    foi    ct.oidiub.  For  all   pain���������Minard**   Liniment.  Univisraity Women's Prixe  MIhh   l*h>llis   -tirogory,    of    Vaineou-  ver. MX',, was anaaoiaiacaMl  recently  at,  Ihe   aaieetlai������   of   Ilae  Toronto   l.'ntver-  Hily   VVoaaieia'a  club,  aa   tho  w.lnnoa* of  Ihe    IJ������27   Hi'liolni'Hlilp   of   Iln������   lJlilv������r'������  ��������� nli.y   VVotneu's  chiba of ilto Dominion,  J Tbe   nehohir*lil|>   Aril I     jirovldrt     Minn  ' ilroKory wiah a  counto ut   Ilia* Hulver-,  j nil v   ikl   Loudon,   l.onaloai,   Knylaiad.  Proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians foi:  Colds       Headache       Meiirilis Lumbago  Pain Neuralgia       Toothache       Rheumatism  DOES NOT AFFECT THE HEART  :  Accept   only* "Bayer"   packago ���������?���������  which contaGns proven directions. '  # M*s*rmTW   " Hmidy   "TKavnr" ���������.Imxm   nf   12. tablet*  ^���������,���������,^-*y 0 Alio Wi'Iita o- 24 loui 300���������.D>ruggii*U.  f  A������plrl���������  l_ ������.��������� ifArn  i������_rV"*0*U*'������w.it Im  0.ai.(l_* ������r Riiyw UrninfaftuNi  ������f M������viu������_wtlr.  m.iiu.Ui uf Um\\i.,lU.,.iia i������.u*iyi Z.Mi*\U ."..c!J!, Hi, !'.. A.."\>. ' Wh!!? II Ii i*������M **���������������>--"*  t-M A-plrtn m������*Mr. Hay������r w_������iir������*hii-_. lu ������mul������t Hi* iHsbklaa mrtiiuMI lu-M-Uoua. (tm HW������������  a. tUimt Ovmv-nr  trllt Im r_J_uaj>������<_ wlC_  UrA-c o_������Mir-a unwUi ~������-������_v **rJ_������ "_U__._ar *0-������--_i..'������ , ���_��.ffflgiiiffliirtw*i**��i
THE   REVIETT,    CRESTON,    B.    0.
London. ��� Expressing ���tjj-oat misgivings becau.se of the? divergence' of
opinion and estrangement, of .sentiment growing: up in regard to ahe
vrar debts, the British Government,.
In a note to tlae United States, challenged a lie accuracy of the statement
of Maxell IT by Andrew W. Mellon,
secretary of the I'nited Stales treasury, that Ga-esit. rsa-Haan's debt pigments  to   the   rbiiiod   States  "will -nol | .a.   \\
Radian Press-Offices    PLAN EXCHANGE
Ottawa.���Acting on behalf o\' the
aaalioual committee for Ihe celebration of ahe jubilee  of  Coisfodei
AmbaBsadoa    officers
froan  Wash- - as JoLlo
constitute   a   drain  on   British   economic resoua-ces.
Ciiing what ilae f;ratisia Government' regrards as errors aaid inaccur
acies in Mr. Mel ion's statement, ihe
noCe cxpa*esse.s "trust that the Uniled
States Government will take steps to
remove the unfair impression that
has been Treated" by -ho issuance oi'
Mr.  Mel Ion's  staleineaat.
Tlfe  role,  which   was   delivered   to
Seca-etary of State Kellogg-, by 31.  G.
Chilton  on     behalf    of      *-�������- -���
Howard, wlio is absent
fngloii, takes up tho specific position
of Great Hritaiu on war debts as
mentioned by Secretary Mellon in ai
letter la T��i\ John. <J. TJibben. provident of Princeton University, in re-
, ply ..to-a,, statement by Wiv Hibbenyand
' J.it> members of tiief l^mcetbn.7 faeul-
ty. This latter state merit, endorsed
the open letter of tlie faculty - of
political science of Columbia��� fUuiver-
fsi'ty, r recommending * 'redphsideration
aaid re visioh, of the; debts . settleineaif
���made with the.
United -States.
for   Ensuing   Year    Elected]
at Toronto  Meeting ^
Toronto-.    ���    Tiae.    aijuaaaal    general 3
meeting   of   the   Canadian "Press   held!
here,   elected  directors   for   the  eavsta-1
insr year as follows: 1
MariHine���W.   IT.    Dennis,    llulitax]
Mas!;   Howard   Jio"bins��is,     St.     John!
Times-Globe. ]
I     Ontario    anal    Quebec���liVnri    Gag-1
Hon,    Quebec     Solell;       John     scott.i Risht ���iJon- !*enat<yp ��!tk0,��e
Montreal - Gazette;   ]..    ,T.     Archibald,]
Montreal   Star;   1-Z.     Norman
Ottawa   KVeniiag     Journal;      il.      \V.|W,,J *SS'J"^ on July J   lo a-mphaMze
Anderson, Toronto tilohe;  V. .1. \Yii--U3llly ^hiVh   esi*i��-'     "iiioiiguoul
kinso'n,  Toaonfo"  Mall    and     l"*nipia*e*
W.   II.   Pa-esloaa,   lb-ant ford   ttx posit or;
A 13 I*"*1*", a**I I"   'ia a r\ r. ���- \1 ikHi-timr T^i**! __-_
����������� ������* t m     *r j   mxm.j m ������*.������ li\.i_IU '1   <  'f    IliSI^ .��      I   t     \.
Nicliols, |
Wedded to His-Post      HON. I & M
] ham,   chairman,  is  arm using
Gra- ]
for    a I
Premier Ferguson of Ontario Has no
Designs on Federal Office
Cooksville-, Ont. ��� "I have no designs on- any public, position." Premier Howard Fei-guson slated in an
���uidrOfcsj here io Peei County Consei*-
vativos gathered in compliment lo
Colonel T. L. Kennedy,- member of
the Legislature, ami Sam. Claai-lers.
ineiiibfJ-i'   Of   the  tiOiliiUioix  House.
The  I'aenaiier .made "the   statement,
Kingston, Ont.���Hon.. J. \A. Robb,
Minister of Finance, today""was in a
niood oi" confessions. He" .old. the students of Queen-���where he received
the honorary  degree    of   LL.D.-���how
��mjt],J nniqaie exchange  of  gi-a^eiings,   vJiich'so   be  said,   lo  hall   the   suspicions  of | narrowly   he     escaped     becoming     a
Mack tin,
M.     J-;.
Manitoba���K.   If
toba   Free   lJress;
Winnipeg Tribune.
Saskatchewan    - -   Lurfoa-d
ItegJna Loader.
Alberta   ��� J.    fl.    Woods,
ISriiish   Columbia     ���    P,
Vancouver ITovince.
At a   subsequent   meeting     of    liie
ne wly-elect eal      hoard     of      directoa-s.
i'or  the   >eai-   vera:-   re-elecliHl
Honorary nrebident, K. 71. Maek-
lin; president, J- 11. Woods; lii'st
Vice-president, John Scott; second
v-etj-presideni, lienri ilagaion; general'manager and secretary,.-J. F. JL
unity ti\ hich
Domlaiion."    The   eonjiiiittr-o
first place  urge   thai.'on   the
oi'  Dominion   l>av.   wherever
a ions   ai*e   held,   the   niesnage   of   J lis
Majesty   the   Iving   shall   be   rend.   Iai
addition,  S��>naLor Ga-aiaatu     has    snj;-
in thr-
Ihe ���'acute-eaa-ed young, genllenaen of
the press." who bad read in recent
speeches of his' the "'irixed purpose"
of  jnaldng  overanres- to Ottawa^
Later   in   his   address   ahe   speaker
made   another   reference JLo   the   subject.     Following    a    l-eview     of    his I
poiicj   of  ma"aing    "new    men    from i
, gesle<3   W  flis     Kxcellcney     Vipcoaanl j Wfl-3'"w'E'-*''tl   ooys,"   and   of   making   life |
Willingdon ihat there be ait evtliitngeJ brighter   for the   youth    born    under.
of     telegraphic     greoriiags      benveon i Pbysical   handicaps,  tlae   Premier add
Jiimself   and    tiae    Lieutoaaanl-Govern-1 eti:
ors oi" Hie provinces.    Ttt the siagges-!      "Tilings   like   these   are   what  wed
lion Jfis Klxcellencv   has  cordially ae-i,""1   <��   ,h*^   Province   ol   Ontario   and
qiuef-ced   as     have     tha;     Lieutenants ' i's   -sea-vice,  instead of seeking  wider
G-i>veanors. I fields where I would aiot be as happy
Iai  older   lhat   Jhe  chain    of    greet    HIul contented."
ing.s    may    be    complete   if   has   also 1 	
been   suggested   that   The   Lieutenant  f
Governors   exchange    ga-ectings   withi
each   other,  and  that   there  shall fair-1
former  allies  of'   t.hei j
Cattle Law Not Authorized
British    Cattle   Men ...Protest: to   Gov-
;,..,,���-���-..,.; ernment   Against   Dela^/
London.���A   namber   of   a-esolutiohs
j passed  by   borough   councils,   protest-
Will Set Fruit Prices
ilaer be an excliange beiweeai Premier King- and the Vre.niier.s of the
nine provinces  of   Confederal ion.
Begin Hike Around World
|*ing against the  delay iri authorising:
��� Imporiatioai   into   Britain   "ol:    non-tu-
' bercuJar  Canadian  cows  and heifers.
:'-:������-'���-���.:' I bave   beeai   received   by   the   Govern-.
Second    Tri-j    for    New: York     Man $ ment. ���
x-\ Will   Occupy  Ten   Yesars |     This, was, the reply  to questions in
New   Vork.���Marcus .TSarone,  hiker,! the  Mouse  of Commons made by  Sir
wlio? hits/naade   bhe   .aourney   around a 3 Iai-ry   Barns ton  on     behaU:     pf     the
t be   globe  afoot:   -started   another,   ac- j Minister of- Agricailture.
companieil   by  a  shepherd  dog. 1    "Sia^' Ilaraw   further . ��aSd   the   minis
ter   had   not    the.   slightest   intention
of .altering liis. decision hot: td 'pernai t
_Baroa\9  hiked .froaii, HOI 2   to  :il��27  to
matce.,life-'^irs,ti?-flria-j!'?r He J-plants?   to?
bpen-d   10  years  on the second.     Man
aanL^dpg c^t,r-j-;','n.acksJ.,ohv. their, backs
and!: Meei^l-^-i^
T"heJ'-'d6g-.weia^s Alices!1?!/'".      -yf^"*?' '':''}"
��� will'go   first to   Canada   aaid
to   Alaska,   tr^yei^ai^^Cli^y^^^t^tUiat; it was vea-y dan;
India and Persia;''n6��'!ri'-ettirn:
they have visited -every
coianta-y in ���the world .llardne Avill
work lias  way across oeeaais,���;
Self'ns    "Visthcd   of   Sritish   Goiurubia
Beard    Should    Benefit   Consumer
\Viinaapeg..���Prairie   housewives  will
pay no nioa*e for- their fruit this year
than in other seasons,    declared    P.
M.   l>la<*k,   former,  provincial   treasurer, -'and���.���now  chairman, of   the   boaad
of   ca-jntipl,   vvhicla   wdl   fix 'niitiiuiiain
prices -'for ;aII .Ih'-'al ssla  Columbia t'a-u'its
; ainly vegetables a*n.u-istue? licenses  to
I shippers. Mr. Black, who has just returned   from     the     Coast,     said     tlie
scientific   method, of     selling     under
; tlie   Uritish   Columbia     board    should
Developing Idea of
IWiiversal Insurance
Vancouver   Liberal    Believes    Sys-rem
Will   Sopn.:B<|? Leading   Plank
.,'���?,- of Party ���_���
Vancouvei-,   B.C.^^^��� Paediction that
within   a?   short  time   Ihe   outstanding
policy   of   the ?Liberal   party   ot"  Canada wouldf be a scheme  of -universal ' beraefit   the   consumers.   The   growers I
public   insurance y co vej'iaig    not-f only j of \ the Coast wcj^o  solidb^ behind the   tion not of land but..of people.
1 preacher and how, as a miller's boy,
he once took toll <.o�� the farmers'
"'Ac the age of 16," ba_a Mr. Eobb,
''I wMa foolish enoii0-!! to leave ihe
high school, after refusing the very
kind offer of niy father's friend, a
clergyman, who, having no children
of bis own, offei-ed to pay all my expenses through Queens, providing I
would agree to enter the minisrry
aaad become a preacher. But I ''did'
not lean thait. way, feeling then as I
do aiow that I was not good enougr
to preach the gospel to others. And
so l left the fai*.m with its comforts',
, its joys, its drudgery and its great
j independence, to learn a trade and
make a living as a dusty miller."
Mr. Robb 'turned the pages of {in-
other chapter. "During the first
j esirs in the malJ," he , went oa
huanourously, "my duty was to is weep
the floors and toll the farmers*
grists. Now nay duty Is to; toll the
taxpayers of Canada and ts\veep in
alLthe taxes tliey can't dodge.
Ma*. Robb urgeSd that in their studies of national paoblems, the students
of Queens should study" human.-' nature more than geography aaad ,staiis-
tics.'?- y'      ���'"'-':-'���"- :- :y '������~"~r.
He pressed that.'��� national'iihity was
the special duty of Jubilee year,, that
all slaould . worlc for, a greater and
better Confederation��� a Co'nfede_*a-
the       adniissaoiv.     of     lien-pealigifeed [
old age pensions but also maternity ;,,ew scheme, lie said, since they be
benefits, invalidism?, accident "and im- [lieve it offers a way out from, their
employment, was made by Captain j difficullies caused by years '���'������of dasor-
L.  Js.^ McKeh'zie,    M.L.A.,    in   addi*es-'gaiiir/.ed marketing.
sing the Tancouver South Liberal as-j :      ^ ������;���- .- .,... '-
sociation.   The   foundation  for   siich  a]
policy had been  laid  by  Sir ������ Richard j-
���l Cartwright iiiany yeal-s ago witia such !
Whaling Fleet Prepares
Want "First Canadians
I an  annuity    scheme,    he    said.    The
1 leaders .of libex-alism in   Canada  had
breeding ycnittie   froni. Canada..     ??
? ;?-:Tlac   questioner Ja i-s��oif'���&%'% to Vthe j.  .       .   ,    .. ���-,-.,.
���?;:.?���        y��pvK^,v.  ,��� ?��� ?i,>-?yi;���h,?- mt-S,~..~�� since   developecl   the   idea    until     the
opinions   6f   Chief -a Medical     Othcers -,   ���. - l   *-1 .
t     ,.��.-* ���"".���������'������������       ��- 4     <i,   ilogical  outcewme-must be ^    ���
and   chiefs veterinary   omcers   to. .the!. ��    ���      ���:-���-���.--.--. ,    ���
ai  universal
ihta*oduce;i CanaC, bin .hei l'ers  I.o l-5r.tain ]"
:-. i-
���beeaw^e they 'v.*ere   luncii   more  iafroaie ?
to   tuberculosis   thaii   British   heifers.'
finsia ranee schema.
Cruiser and Subs for Sale
Formerly Part of Canadian  Navy Are
.,,.   , Nqw^Obsplete ..,,
Tlaliiax, yr3Sr.^.~Tcaider&,. :are -:being.
ralledv-i��y- tfliefDomlnloiaf salvage' ofilce
for the purchase of 31.M.C.,, cruiser
Aurora, and two submarines, I\ros.
14. and- 35, no\\> constdea'ed obsolete,'
foi-aaiea-ly a' part of: the ''Canadian
navy. Tho cruiser and 'snbiv.iEivij.aes 1
have beeai laiti tip at the dockyard
here. fo'v soane years, ami ata-o now
thrown "opon ��� for 'the" inspection' ol'
prosiaoolive purchiisers. Tenders
close on May 30. The Aurora .and tlie
two? sybnuirhies tvea*o .-pro sen I.ml
Cxannda"; by' tho? admia-alty shoi-l ly
ter tlao conclusion of the war.
j understandia-ag  reached  Jit    the    ,1923
Imperial   conference . was     ihat .the
only cattle   to   be  imported   were   fat.
cattle     for
stocl^  and not cows and  heifers..'';
Moslem Women Revolt
Fifteen   Thousand   in   Parade   Burned
Veils  \n  Public Square j
Moscow,1-'���-   ThouflaaiidH   of   Mo-Hlerii i
women  In.   JtusKia   Tuaicestain    fcieE/.ed
the   Msiy   Pay   celebi'iil Ions   as  tin   op-
porlainlly to declare :a  revolt n gains I i
Mm   tyranny   ol" lhai  veil,   nay  nd vices
I'e eel veil  from  Saimarlcand.
FJrieen tliousiiiut wtinieu, pru-iiiled. i
unva^lleal In Ssimai'lcaiiil, At '1'iiHh-
hmit, iiv ihe presence of 2r��',noo pet-'
hoiih, lite ilelKinl wo'irnvn ihrew lhadr
v<iUs Jn tt. heai.) in the public wfpaaa*e
nnd liuruntl thorn amid cheern and
RrniuiH   from   the   speclaloiH,
Al.   Khnlfhtaid    15(1   vpIIh   with   burned.
Re,opening    Rheims   Cathed>*al
Paris.---Tiie    Rheims    Cathedral    is
now  completely  restored   and will   be
Another, member   asked   whether   ^jf6b^ened   for i-eligious     services' ;()n
j Asceaision  ])aiy,   May   2fi;;   it     is     an-
| nounceal, ���'���������-
|������-"Solemn  high   mass    -\��"i!i     he   'con-
?,aU?!Uei:., T:5,.L,etlX-'eet*��^ted  by   Cardinal    Lucoaa    in     the
____:____. : presencn   of  a  delegation     Irbii'i'    Ihe
?' ���'����:    ?:-'���:'���'*'; ���'-''  -.-.������ . ������' '���*���� .'. ? committee^ which     administered^    the
T^-;]J!lOr0:il-fe^ from   John   I).    Rocliefeller,    jr.,
_ y:      j and  the   IJritish  niul  Danish  commit-
Reduction  in Postage Rates Increases^ tees   who   con ta*l bitted - Jinaaiciaily   1<j-
V-olume   of   Mail   Matter jward   the a-eeoaislructlo-ti work.
Otldiva*   -���    The : esfablishmeaat.    of' ��.:.::/..:���: ..���:.-.:������.."."aaaa-A-z^,.". .?���:���"������'���.. ,. a .i.;i_j* ....._^:
penny jioi'lage in Canada lias had ibe
effect of culling down the i*oveiutes
but, also of iiici-t'Using fhe yohiaue of
mail Haa lie i*.
Tbe revenue from letters prior lo
Ibe redaietUyi! oh inly ��� 1 "last Avas
roaiRhiy -p !.����� 1)00,000 .',i>ei'K. your. Tlie
1'eciiiction fa*oaaa three to two cents up*
.piled-to tlvo: saime volunae of business
would therefore cut, Iho receipts liy
$��,d00,000. The .showing,- however,
'proiaiis-.es  to he  naiacla  move  favoi'a'blel
Pacific   Fleet   Conditioned
Season's" Operations?
Victoria.���The   North  Pacific   whaling fleet is aiow being conditioned for
the  summer's hunting expeditions off
the   coast "oT Vancouver    island    and
Northern -British   Columbia    aind     by
the-middle of May    alV   the    vessels-
will be at sea, scouting for" the giaait
' Eau-l in May four of ilie little steel
steamers of ilae Consolidated \Vlial-
ing Company's fleet will leave port
for 1 lose Harbor.-'the base of the
whaling operations ait Queen Chariot It? Islands, and a few days Inter
ihe Naulen jiaaiaoa* slatlon will, be
opened---with two more craft operating oaaf of tlijil. port.
Bare'ly   Escapes   Traiii   Wr��el<
SeviJIai,   ripain.-��� f)aily  a     few     min-
tiies !Ui-.a:r tin- royaal  liiiin beuainaya;-the
IThn'o of Wales niul the Hi mulsh.
aovnrelgiiH In Miidaid laiad iiiiHiaeal tlie
point, a, Ira I it wreck, occurred �����!. the
Hfallmi of I'jilum Rh>. Two persons
wer<> killed and l>��ar Ijj|ui*imI ' whint
the. Analiihl.-.itni ��'S-|M*i*;>.s ��'olll(li!(l ".villi
n   friiglii   la'iilaai.
W.    N.     b,    1USO-
Frencli   Cruissr Launcbed
itrnsl, Fraani'e, ������ ��� France's new
I(1,000.Ion eraaiser Suffren, constructed, in ncasordance witla the Washing-,
Ion naval accural, linn l>f>nu haunch ed.
'i'laaf vessel luiH n, speed of :t:i knots,
carrle-s lliree hydro-iieropltiaaes and
possepse-Ha.       powerful       iiiaai-iiircnil'l
.'"���<����� ������        ;: ,?���_^���_	
Consul General to  Retire
Qlttiwn.     -* Hon.   ��Tehii   <l.   l^oster,
IJnlivd   Stales   eonsuhgtmcrul  at   Qlr
Ifiwa. i'or  more   ihran   211   y����aarn,. b-  a-e
firliag  .luly   1   of  this    year,     It    was
mnde   known   hare.   If   ts   undea'.st.ooit'
his  HiiccuHMor   litis   h��>e��i   Hidecled,   but
no  publh!  anaaounneiinni  ol" bis inline
litis yet been made.
8.C, Horses for Russia
Victoria.���-Itriilsh Coluaaihhi lior.-aes
will lui Hlaipped to lliassjtt short I;y 1in-
dor pliinH announced by JUisslnii pair-
ohfini'i-.'i who arrived ha Kuniloops lo
confer wilh local hoi'j*.���� breealersa.
Several thousand- tinlnitihi' v>U1 be
bmaidit by t.he lliis.slans l|> Mils pro-
vff������i. f��' thin nuinher c-rms lie r,c��:*.:j*t:d.
They will  be ship peal   * la   MoiHa-eal.
Indians  and  Eskimos Will   Take  Part
in . Jubilee, ,of,Coa-jfed erst ion
I     Ottjiwii.���It* is   anticipated,   that   Iia.-
f��r. uians and even? Esslci nios will? iri many
centres  of  Ganadai   take  a  prominent
party' In; It he??? tor thcoaiaingy, dfeJSb ration
of the jubilee of confedei-ation.
It is regarded as highly desia'able
tlaat as many of aiaese "iirsc Caiia-
diaais*' as possible, shall .take part in
the celebration-of y tlxe ,:'6f>th*i)^aHlida:y
pf Cbaifederatipn.f y ^Ill/rapplicatapaas
from local committees for participation by tbe Indian people will be cdn-
duclcd by the depa.rtm,eait, it is said.
��� Excepting iai the moa-e or less settled points at Alclavilc, Arctic Red
Ilivea-, and other"-places-on the Mackenzie, it is 'lint, .'expected that ihe
Eskimos  will  take.'maieh--pai't. , .
The suggestion thrown out. by the
national committee for the celebration that a maple free be planted on
.Ttily 1 at every point .���where celebra-
tit^ns aro held is aaaaiei.iaag .with lively
resiaon.se. Already ji vary large number of comauitfees have the matter in
laarnl and are selecting the nio'sl
suitable spot for tin* planting of
'���confederation la-ei'S." The ,ni,'aoilce,
it, is believed, will be wlalesiaa-emV
Heads Grain Board
Leslie H. Boyd Appointed for Another   Period   of Ten   Years
Ottawa.    On  ilia* lMcaininianid.-iiioia
of Ihe .Minister of Trade and Commerce, the Cnwrnaiunt has appofni-
ed for ��� another pipiod of ten years
Leslie If. ilnyd. ICC, as chaiiranan of
the Hoard of Grain Commissioners
with headininrtei-s at, Foi't. William.
Mr, lloyd's salary is fixed ail. ^10,000
pt*r year, llefore going lo thai position In Hi 17, Ma*. Uoyd was a proani-
raent lawyer in Moaala'enh
Seme efforts to'have hlna r��>phii'cd
by ii western polillclan were ninth'
Honui wa'eks ago," but wen* not. <*n-
teiiuiiaeal ami fln> i-erippoininu>ut w.-ih
not unexpected.
Goes to  Privy  Council
Vialorl.t.--Decisions   of     the    ihivt-
Cnnaalhtu courts alecliuing the Hiilish
Columbia   fuel     oil'    tax     unconstitutional  will   he appealed'' to the  1 np��*r-
Ulrt l'".\celh>akcy Viscount1 VflDiavijilon, < ir>\'��-riior-i h'nernl of Canada made,
his lij'sl,'oflictal vinlt in Wiuiitpcn* on Satua'dny nfternoon, Ajtril 2:ia*d, mid he
a'ccoU'e-j am onthatsitiHtlc a'cceiiton   from  thoununds Kftthei*a.>at in  front of the
si anion of ihe t'suaadhan  N'alioias I Htillways and llailiiK hoth sides of fhe j-oiifo ; j,,-,   ,M.|vv   council' bv    ihe     provinclitl
jtloatK- .Main HIreul  lo Ilia. Uity  Ib.ll. , | i/ovenmiimt   in  July,   H  wan   a.iaao.iiic
Thn pholOKl'lllill shows ll'.o \ Ice-vtMiill |uill> un lite platfofiai of ilua idntlon ' ,.,j ioa|ii\'. I.fiive to dike liie case to
iininedlately tiller ihe nrrlvnl <>f the ini.lia. l-'rom la-It lo rUshi ihos^e In il*** J iil|.*)i��>r 'court, in the Iirhlsh Thnpiro
a-r.ai.pi.vr** v^.'o.ant. ���aVIIIIw^lot., l.jul.y V.'JIIIncdoia, and III..'. Ilimw T. A j wm, ,;!|()|,.,| |���.,.,. |)V Ha, l'riv\ I'.niii-
JhiiTows. 'Menteriiiiittlovcrp/or n'* ManUobu, ��   J (.t, ,|)lrt niovnlnje. 1  ������ -J?-Si"  rsjESTf\  Rsfiie^  /  ^rasic!  w Theatre  feat   ifn-ii *M  S^-flS..-.     B_9-_f__W        _7   S  HI  WH*a v  Shoe repais? sfeop at Oanyou open for  business. All -work guaranteed or  arnontev re>-frar>r"'gg"i; ������������������*"������ - *>������*ompt- ser^ie������  rsssared.   t=?h������������ sest  to rs������hoo!ho������tse������  *rr   xkt   Kr���������,������������~.���������;  V.     .T .    U.n������������f3T>*jr������ -  Johua Mwiw!!, -who has been at h!������  home here for tbe past few uaontias,  has resumed work on the crew of the  steamer Nasonkan, on the Kooteday  Landing-Kelson run. %  The trout ffahinft c-eason on local  streams opens on Tuesday next. May  24th, with the exception of Summit  Creek: which ?������ not ftfaila-hle to the  the anglers nsatsl July 1st.  "Happy" Gastlake got back on  ThursaJay last from Ainsworth, where  he has been for a couple of weeks on  a survey party in charge of Ohais.  Moore, who arrived back on Friday.  W. Kera&ghan waa hosan*=> for the  weekend frossi the Inavermere coun-  ta*y where he is employed at present  rre-ea-ectinrg the Bentley sawmill plant  tranaferaedfi-oaoa Erickson to Lake  Windermere.  Trinity TJi*lt<ed young peopl-a's drana-  utic ciub had a packed house for their  presentation of "The Arrival of Kitty"  at the Ga and on Thursday night. s������st,  the production enjoying a cash intake  of almost $140.  CouamenciaiK in June usual services  in Christ Church the second Sunday in  each month are withdrawn, and the  day wi.l be devoted to providing an  additional service each month at  Wynndel and Yahk.  Tuesday next. May 24th, Queen's  Birthday, is a statutory holiday, and  all places of business in town will be  closed. At the postoffice the general  delivery wicket will be open only from  five to six o'clock.  Oreston Drug & Bookstore complete | ott Monday only six additional .-oaeiues  ed moving to their new quarters next | were enrolled,  making a tot's, of. ISO  the Bank of Commerce at the middle  of the week i and Manager Kelly  announces his re-openlng at the new  stand for today and t&movrovr.  Posters are up for the annual meeting of Oreston Valley Conservative  Association -which ****"!?! be held in the  Grand Theatre on Monday evening,  May 23rd. at 8 o'clock. Major Mallandaine is the retiring president,  Under the leadership of W. G.  Hendoy the band is making fine progress and with sixteen members turning  out   regularly   for   the  Tuesday  night practices the band will Ik   for the  confederation celebration  July 1st.  At tlve Wusaasn'? Insl-itne snsst?TS������'>  on Friday afternoon, Mrs. j. E, Hay-  den and Ma*s. Maxwell were elected to  the vacancies in the executive due the  removal of Mrs. Staples, and Miss  Scrimgeour���������-the former' taking the  office, of vice-president.  Carl Ambrose was sent up for ttlal  at   the    county court   at   Nelson   by  names aaaea ror r._j  dactlons o_s account  deaths  are at Ores-  ���������-j   ,  on  ,    _������������������ ������_TS*1.   Jk~  I ycur>      Tt mi* wc-  of removals and  the 1937 list wiii   slow about  SSt nf whlCt.  ton.  Residents who should know something of conditions state that there  is still as much as three feet of enow  In the hills whiah at this time in other  years would be clear of the beautiful,  and with hot weather so late in arriving thefitsesnss no possibility of'escaping high water on the flats.  There was a large turnout of shareholders of -Kootenay Co-Operative  Fruit and Produce Association at the  final organization meeting on Wednesday aftersuFon, with F. "������_, Jwcksoo  presiding- The ch.et business was the  election of permanent directors for  ihis yunf, ������uu these wears Cn_s-sd hs  fallows: A. Comfort, S. Jfraser, Percy  BofFey, E. Noguier, G. Nickel. A start  as to be made at once to establish a  chain of stores for the sale of the association^ output.-and Alf. Nelson is  ieaviug  this week  to take charge of  Magistrate Mallandaine on Thursday 1 thiS  wor������j.   The Nelson warehouse���������  .v .M������mr^t  |    ���������  laundry at Hossland.    tt  will be electrically operated throughout.  A filtration system is to be installed  at the coKiTnunitry swimming pool at  Feraie at a cost of $2000. With it  working the pool can be used seven  days a week. At present it as available only'four days weekly.  Aiipcan Ohurch Services  SUN&AY,   MAY 22  CBESTON���������7.a0 p.m.  BOMB FOR -service  Registered Berkshire,     R. Stewart,  <_-_ _    _M*  S*^  _*V      _*-*_ m _.  luccai aiad Personal  Fob Saue���������Nice young cow, price  ������60.    C. Blair, Canyon.  For  Sai_e���������Touring   car,   good, as  new.    Enquire Bevsevr Office.  Goat   For   Sa_.e���������Young    Saanen  doe, fresh.    C,  SAI.E���������Young  Blair, Canyon.  *������   S-dsKii^. 0**ef*.*.<"������,������������3  ilk Prices Reduced  For the next'few months we will  supply  government   TB. Test  Milk, and Cream aa below: .-  MILK  JERSEY 8 Quarts for $1  HOL8TEIN. 11 Quarts for $1  CREAM  , .25o.    5-Pii_t������ ��������� .15c  TELEPHONE YOUR OHDERS.  House Fob Rent���������2-ioon-i cottage,  well located.    Apply F. H. Jackson.  Hat Fob Sax...���������Two loads, suitable  for mulching.   W.J .Truscott. Creston.  Stobk Fob Rent or Sa___s���������-On Main  Street,  last. Ambrose was before the court  ten days previous on a charge of pass-  a worthless cheque and was at that  time remanded for eight days.  The holiday attraction is the Rod  and Gun Club dance in the Grand  Theatre ballroom Tuesday, g4fch������ eora-  menr:ing at *9 p.m. The music is by  Mvs. Lister's orchestra,, rnd the admission $1.25 to gents and 75 cents to  ladies, these prices to  include supper.  There was only a fair turnout of  citizens at the town eall to arrange  for Creston's celebration'' of   the Con-  Ifeder-ation "jubilee. M^jor Mallandaine was voted to the chair, and with  adjoining the Fruit Sxchange office���������  wilt be used and loading facilities will  also be provided at Erickson. "Op to  ^tne present 35 orchardiste have purchased stock in the Association and  all are optimistic as to its: success  right f-rom the start,  Form B.  frame   three-speed    hicyele   complete  with spotlight, bell, motorcycle grips,  comfort seat   and stand.   parcticHily  new, dost SS5;    will sell for ������50.    H. B  Sltngsby, Duck Careek.  The Ladies* Guild of Christ Church  have their usual May Pay sale~o useful articles, candy, etc., aSon^ with  afternoon tea at tlie Parish Hall from  3.50 to 5.80 to-m(arrow, Saturday,  May 21st, to which all are invited.  Thuar-sday next is Ascension Day and  there -will be services at Christ Church  at 8 and 10 a.m., -when Holy Ooanimun-  Cresto*(TDnrg~&_Btiok'_3tore/-j wUl be oelebrated; a children's serviee  at 4 o'clock, and evening  wat-shap at  7.W.  C Murrell as secretary the gathering  proceeded to name representatives  frDEs. al! the orgaratsaations of every  sort, including churches, ladies* aids,  lodges and clubs, and these along  with a similar lot of representatives  from Sardar to Kitchener, are to meet  at the hall on "Wednesday night, 25th,  to formulate a prograane for   the day.  At the voters list court of  NOTICE  OF SALE  Notice is hereby given that I will  sell by public auction at the Pound in  the village of#*o"reston bra-.'the aoth day  of May, IQ&Jm at 10 sun... the fol.owing  iia:ipOt"aT-iiAeu ansuaw.ss  lsjrey horse; no brand.  1 iron gioy horse branded -^> R  sboaiider.  1 bay mare, star on forehead, no  brand visible.  t roan horse, no brand.  1 bay horse, white, fa ee.  1 dark chestnut horse, no brand.  Dated May 18.1927.  WAliTBBG.HESNDY,  Poundkeeper.  PilSt  Creston  R. A* COMFORT  The New Bayard  Bolt Action  .22 Rifle  ill  $8.50  A  ruEfjcod,   .ervicealale-,   ham  morlcEG. -B-tflo   mado   from   the  beat mato-riala only.    Barrel and  Reoeiveir aro  made  in ono aolid  unit.      Special luokinK und oafo  ty dovioea aro parb.oular foatiir  es.      This    fiiU'-    is  Government   tooted.  prio-6-. at $8.50.  Canadian  Specially  V_tt   km*?    *%     -tft "*Ht **#*_#**������ ****%*. i__L HF"  ��������� MAWSON  Horse- Fob Sale���������Weight about  1860. good for ranch work. Woa. J.  Truscotat, Creston.  C. O. Rodgers was a business visitor  at_Nelson a couple of days last week,  returning on Friday*  Mass A. H. Doyle is spending a few  days with friends in Spokane this  week, leaving on Wednesday.  Por Sai.e���������Barrel spray pump, good  for 1000 trees, never used, cost 840 and  going at $25.    Geo. Davie, Canyon.  Mrs. Armstrong of Nelson is spending the week in Creston, the guest of  her son, Charles, nnd Mrs  Armstrong.  -W. K. Kettlewell of Kimberley was  a weekend visitor at Creston, the  guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. Anderson,  Victoria* Avenue.  For Saxic���������Pony, bamesp, saddle,  bridle, and rig; ulso pony cutter; $80  for the whole outfit. Used very little.  T. Leatnan, Creston.  Miss  B. Nicholls   of   Moyie   was a1  I Monday vlBitor with Mrs. Bolton, Eva  j Bolton returning with her for a weeks1  holiday in that town.  Mr$*.  K.   S. Sevan and   son,    Ray  aiiond,   left  on   Wednesday   last  for  Nelson, where they are making a visit  with friends in that city.  Christ Church W.A. announce a  silver tea at the home of Mrs. M,  Young, Creston, Thursday afternoon.  Miay 20th, 8 to 6.80 o'clock,  ��������� ���������*.  The local baaebaill Benson was opened on SuncTiay at Exhibition Park  when tho Kitchener team won over  Creston by a score of 8 to 7.  11. Guy Greenwood, manager  of the Creston Co-Operatlvo Friait  X-Schasnge, was a business yfpttor at  Nulson at the first of the week.  Mr. and Mm. G. M. Argue of Cranbrook were renewing acquaintances In  Creston at the weekend, and were  guests of Mr. and Mtu. 0. 11. Hare.  ��������� Potatoes Pon SAi-tc���������Wapo McGreg  or and   Netted   Gem,  large and firm,  for   seed  or eating,  $1   per uadk  ut  in rich, or $1.28 delivered.   Geo. Davie,  Canyon.  At  the  May   meeting   on    Friday  Oreston    and        District     Women's  Inulltutv decided to havo thoir annual  .flower show, iat a date to  be fixed by  the executive.  Mra. 0. MwrrcM ,!efb nrs Monthly for  CJIaiHivvai'jk, where hSio lu delegato  from tho lociil iaaht.it.iale at tlata ���������attaiiiuil  convention of Women's liafiUlututa of  15WitTsn Ooluinblii.  and-  Yahk.  the Exhibi-  -t_   O      ������jf*\***mtr  The afternoon of Tuesday, May 24th.  will   be   celebrated   with   a    baseball  match   between   Creston  which will  be  played  at  tion   Park,   coiuuierruing  sharp, .  Mrs. John Campbell, Cecil Hathaway and Mrs. Clark Moore and family  of Dover, Idaho, were guests of Mr.  and Mars. Hugh Taylorlasfc week, Mrs.  Moore und family are remaining for  a couple of weeks' visit.  H. S. McCreath was a Nelson visitor  a couple of days at the first of the  week, attending a conference of Imperial Oil Company -representatives ita  the territory from . Fernie to Grand  Forks and the Arrow Lakes.  Exceptional  values  made   possible by  the co-operation of the manufacturers.  Courteous attention.  Prompt service*  CRESTON DRUG & BOOK  GEO. H. KBllST  x^-ar^^ip-e^r*'-?' >^r*-r>*r'*^>sr*s?,fe  But we never'  sacrifice quality  to make low  price!:,??  i  Youi buy here  with the conti-  dence of securing HHierchap-tli-se  of the highest  i  <ai_|������U,_J4.l--  Cl_<_.  lowest prices  obtainable!  All tnerohandiao soW iii thia store is purchased by  ua on a quality basis first, at the lowest price abtainablo  fofittwod quality.  And that mean a to our customers absolute satisfaction with every purchase.  Prioe is. what you pay���������SERVICE IS WHAT  YOU GET. By ei-orifioing serviceability, prioee oan be  made lower nnd lower. At 8poer*s serviceability is  er.8f.crafioed, to make low prioe. '*"  HOW SPEERS LOW PRICES ARE MADE  AND QUAUTt ALWAYS MAINTAINED.  By being; in a -position to handle largo quantities, by  -marking; nil purehaaea for oaah, by having; purcliaaoa  mudo by trained buyers who are constantly in touch  with the beak markets; for quality merchandise at the  lowest prices.  For twenty years���������since 1006���������we have sold mer -  ohf-ndise'that alwaya IB WHAT IT 8BEM8 TO BE���������  rnorchmnidiflie thftfc will stand yotir innpnntion and rftivo  yon" eorvioo .lon-pf af ;er the prioe ia forgotten.  For twenty yteai-M we have done business with our  customers in the full spirit of tho Golden Rule, and trust  by our meMioda of! fair dcnlhiK, coupled with complete  atooke of merohandiae. to merit an inorenaed share of  your business for the future.  =BJS  Si} mmui  Grocorios  Smf ^mSm\   -SS-3  Jffi-KMMW -g^ffiS'iffiffiSI ltST9!SS!^  msmmsmmmmmsisinfm^ *jmxmm$&F*Mmml������snm9    *1*mmMmmsmmmsMSmm  ESHH^HHHP^ t&SSSBiiin          ^ffg^mmm*m  EujjlJ Ej������^                             aW^^  WxB _5l<S--BH->i^^MV   Wsmmmj^sMm.m*mm  MIFfllfltiriall  ��������� IU. .IN._���������������������������>-


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