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 as  '* **> y��������� .j, iypy.^f-yv-1*'- yiyPZ-' $sf  <, r������-      ~J,.\      <***- ^r  ' y t-r-.^A  i       V '        * ' ' -   *    Y*������  <fa\������A������;  rtPi  -xm&vi  - Ji Sir,. ���������  >i  \  *'**.  *������������������  ���������V*  VV  <v-  **^A^  ' "j-*"%V  **''* *' "2  * < -j* T 1** "is- ���������** ^������ '  x     ,.,. 0     ,     |  -^YWewIIabrai^  apI22  TTTT3  jlvjj. y jjd vv  Vol. XH������  ���������BES3?ON, Biai  ''~Wiimtntm  - Mrs. Denues"and'������on,<'Richard;* who  have beeOy patients in the Nelson hospital for the past few- weeks, haye arrived home last, week. Ricbat^. jr.,,  jh coining around nicely, andvwi|l soo������  S.~   .-.-.   ������������..!!  0Vm,   rt.lnvm. -   ' ^  .ri  ve as w������-ii its even  Bet. Whitesides, engineer on the  switch engine, is^tkking a few days off  suffering slighitly from eaSf ironbfcv  Jack Roy of Orartbr^k is^ereVeiiev-  ing him.' '    'a      -      ".'  Mrs. Rogers will be tea hostess at.  nest meeting of timeserving circle.  J.    i  Mrs. McCabe, sr������* continue* tOv improve !r. health, and beV cosnpieiera-  covery now seems^fully assured, j     '���������(  -i * *.. .--"-'  Mr. and Mrs. G. Cam were Creston  visitors between  trains, on .eSusriday.  Their son. Harold, who has Wen crit~  ically ill, fa now rapidly regaining his  former good health. .  Sid McCabe and bfs crew are located at Atbara at. present, whe*e they  ������ye driving piles ahd renewing thf  bridge at the seeel span/  W. D.   Tuohey,   who   has Jiad' to  knpcjk oil'work for a couple of weeks..  -due to a severe cold. Is hack- on ihe  job againthis week. , " - ^ ,  Mrs. Joe Lombardo of Proctor has*  been fe. Sirdar visitor tot a few weeks,  with her mother-in-law, Mfg. P. Lora-  bardo.  ity brief. 1>ist was received Avith -tjj&x  Sderable satlsfactioh. The foUo^sg  ii������ fcBedii^t^^ for 1022: T. R;'*Ma^|,  son" and H. ^tihngZ Ctinyon *������$$$ M.  R. A Palmer, Pianb Palmer, ^rr*tft.  Littlejohn, U. B. Staples and[Wf.  Smith. The directors are to meet on  Saturday when4 the'nev* 'pi&������&������nt.  ^ce-pi-esirfent and treasurer will be  chosen.        "Y   - ^     .   -   ���������   .  The. wedding ttwk place on Bathiday  of Miss Barbara -Sophia Bad/ngton,  youngest daughter qf Mr. and  James fi^tdington, West Point G  ttir James Kdgar Clarence Maxwell'  Mrs. Loasby was calling on Creston  friends between trains on Tuesday.  Roy Proctor of-Cran brook was a Sirdar v-sitor during the past week* -  Mayor Daly, is at a- loss to account,  for-the severe winter weather Sirdatf  has had the past snoath. -;Gerta!  better^hinga -were expected bii^tHi  newrMoettenBie $ingtadroini&������itoi$4n,'  i-amiliers4>et^eenvh^re'3tt *  ���������~r* ~" *~   .I***-K. ���������    *V.     tf-   i m ,   ^ j., ..I.,   mm  h^e^j^to Si^^. ;^ YAlt������a*a^_ he ihasjA  ata^of4^etnlal|^-fr the ^  .hekig- ^11 deli^ral^nfc^<������i-lbiad8., Y  v   Io addfi&bft$aa ^coifvldeBmbl^Quant-  ityaold to* citfeens: infff'train crew  .     m*     T    v. **-���������   ^   ^>- N ���������* lHv^ji^mmm...    ~ *     -.      .    Pr- mmm~mi  QeeB~0]~i,rs3--N   The ceremoay was  formed  by JK;G.  0. S'alls;^  b^de'wose^Vlian'dsouse &vnw of ___���������  /tight blue fcrt������adclot^/trimmedj98^  "fewyer, wifcij Which "she Vore a. silyer  grey hat .of dtsvetyn  trimruecb with  French flowers!    The groom's gift to  tbeTtiride w^s Ijfsst of Fieeaeh  ivory,  ^Jfeils thewtScVxiii io-the grepni was  a fie^pin set withYpearls.  return/f-tdtoi 'their honey&������fionv itv.  and Mra. Maxweli wHl i-esldo at 20S������  Pirst nvennewest.-:-Vancouyer Daily  ���������Pi-oyince. v        --.*���������'  At the Vegnlar siession of the United  Farmers on Tues&ay-night orders  Weere turned in for 4~\ cases, of powder  . .-I Pa -*i i-~^4~i  A%  FEBKUARY 3,. 1922  No. (52  ZPl  - f ���������   tr,   -  ,J,-LW"     - t  -1 tx     *~> .'   -.x-xtxt0.^M    ^ . \ i-4  Q^ifer Ro^jbur^pab, a -feusioes*rvj^  iUxt-jiLh -IfelBdh- a|#tuple .of jdaye  " ^  ttteuA     ". -    "fi    rr-   "-Ai%  Leiater st p^esef  is having church  Asher bs-  ly^a^l^i^i^^^^tb^re  is ho  "Methddif    "      '  For next ^adayirmc*nihg Bvange  ������alRop^pa>" ^*A >***-**   ���������    *  jpit work a  -"-'    iter*  ' j'3-ZZ-<^'   "  .^^nmH^^-'l^l^ o^JUsterites weae at  iQS^txm^B'MpB^S^night- for the ann-  ^t^^i^^iW-CM&tdu-' Valley  tfbn. Z  t-x.  ..  ������������������rmr-vr WUHI"-  m :&  .f|no|  bejtpre to. take the pul  #jo^a.sibn��������� .df tharegul-  *Conservi  ure of the discussions"of the evening  wiaa inflation to rural fire insUranc^,  an*^ information will be Secured tela-  five toe. co-openttive system ��������� th/tt operates ahmjg li*ne8 somewhat similar to'  Fifteen JBtandrfeti^Clubi life insurance.  eve on Tuesday night PelkYWh, i&e'  fs^^m^-^l h&i%ss address by J������& Act-  lai^.l^orting^in the proceedings at  ^e^^p^yincial^^JtJ.F. contention at-  ^j^^^y^T^ieete' These ye still  m*$& to, pteeef '<*rders for ~ glass. and.  powder at this meeting. t  ft?  President P6vMik>f the1 Tj:?, has &  gangof ^onteei^irorkers busy this  week gettfp^ fc^^^Mn sb^pe for the   packib^^^oois^fhe .ars^-crass of  On theirf^h������^ wl^B^^-t^^'inft on  Mondte^T-. 5t^i^^|^^6lkhp\>8e" has  kindly beemioane^oT the occasion by  Capt- Ro^^g^;t;>   / ���������' . "    ���������   '  The Stcwkbi^^ Association held  jay eyening, with  ni^th ini the jihair.  Secretaiy rMci^iM| presented ������-; .yery  and about 1800 feet of glass.   ThefeaW ������"tirf*^aT<;%^f*ry^??*' ***'*. *$$  past season of Tpi^nJ^hJs.: - the bal-  an<^sh(H>tr diBCJliipt total treceipts of  $191, made up a^  ceipts,������lS8: /ec "  S3d.   The expe?  $134. made up ^i|  celian^as^xpei  iiiowsy'Y. Service re-  unpaid assets.  ikl totalied up ta  b, ^560? and mis-  ^ecash^bal*  For the nieetin^ of to* Unite^a** ^^ is ^^^tte* Vaa.read from  m   i*r*   Tliasi1a>������   niorlt-h    Puh   lift    thff Ti    -----    -x r..   \   i-jiH-iB-I   ...   -.-'  year the place is assessed at $7000. and  along with the^request for: an assess-  ������|Jinen6 at* not more thau $4000, Mr. Po-  in was curious to. ascertain just how  ' ^assessor arrived at the^onclusion  ^'SAanch had inc^ased in value an-  %t^fer $3000 in about twelve months.  The j������dg9 pointed out that no Taise  J&bd-liedn made at' fche preyious court  2|ie to tiie^oct thot a reassessment of  th������^arryOn area was promisedjpr last  year, and th>t oiv the strength of the  re-assessment the court could, nut see  that Mr. Pochjn^ras payfngon a high  er yaiuation U^an surrounding 'places  ���������nor did, Mr. Pochin/yalue his place  at less than the assessed figure���������there-  fore.the assessment was cot&trsned.  OF the 35 appeals that remainek to  be argued on Thursdav morning hardly half of them' were contesetied and is  only few instances were assessments  reduced. John Spratt _ made out a.  sufficiently good case to .earn him a;re.  duction of $160. while Jas. Compton  secured a cut of $9000 on. an assessment that totals almost t4O,0pO.''; "  While Mr. Compton has fetrljf large  land holding his big Yassesstnent ��������� te  primarily due to the fact that the area  planted to trees is mostly set-nut on-a  basis of approximately ZOO trees tfo the  acre, ahd with tiie Act providing that  the levy sha|l tb some,extent bej>n a  per tree basis ndtm-all^ the Compton  place Tua^Stito &. commanding assessed value. ^Howe^er.-jt^^wds' demonstrated fairly clearly^'td both tbe  assessor and judge that insfead of the  20Otree8per acTe Lbelng ion'asset the  extra hundred trees to the acre* are  Sf-JSastoJi&a^fjr^eei^^  ^hestra iist.tr ^ipjpliesleic^tejlt'^tisfc  for all the-dences.       --'.**������'  fitjmSlrfa-plastjrear w^reatffollows:  1435 boies of apples, 127 crates peaches, 721 crates torrt^tOefJ;J. 137. crates  ehert'ie8.,XK0 crate> beans, 115 crates  mixed .vegetables, 210 crates plums,v  lte crates cucumbers, 18- crates-1 peppers, 45 crates strawberries, 67 crates  raspberries.  -1*.  EritOkmcm  Vm  V .,<������������. 1)11  Thf VathWtiayereclinfatid foriditions  on Tuesday-keptt,down the Attendance  ~ at the Methodist iWiles* Aid tea .at  the home ofc. Mt*Y**Geo. Cartwright..  Several^r%������m town. Were here, coming  and rctiiniritjr Vf tffdr.-   The receipts  were In Ithe neighborhood of"$a     '. "*  Qul^e large local crowd as ,well as  visitors from town and Canyon pity;  ^     a|w^x^c ted to-night-6t the' United'  ' v,  /^ftitn'eM* wjhist and dance-at the J. M.  v ^CWigle packing shecl. which will start  "��������� with cards at 0 o'clock.   Prises will be  gltoen at whis,u   ' y  JBrlckson was well represented nt  Creator oh Wednesday afternoja for  *" ther Mfttttsment roll court of revision.  Ate least twenty of the sixty, appeals  entertid W^rp by pi-operty owners in  this$ecUon;  \ ������������������ **' A-  '   r  A 6tr������������> of guaranteed mild weather wcuf!(j^ be much appreciated here,  Until tuch time as clinratic conditions  moderfite It Imnnsafeto attcnijptfthaV  ingoutdpemtlonsonthe, frosea w*t  ef nystcmpipe^Inea.     ,   ,r v., ������������������- }. - .\  Mrs. B. t>. Thonilln������on of Gdmon-  ton������,Altp,, (s here on a visit to ber sister, Iff* I* T, teveque.   ~  1 he fit ������t annual meeting/ of Creston  Valley .Co-operative Aasooiation was  held at the store on Tuesday aftornoon.  ������ -fith President Littlejohn occupying  ths chal r. Tlio financial statement,  showed that there were 40 iharefyold  ein In the association, and that tho  shares had lw������en all fully paid wpC  ptoreiteepor iRiiri'ison presentied n're-  iwirt of the trading operations ut the  * ���������tp^!:'.--'l^'^iW*^''.fcM\.'o^ hv������l>  started In December It was of necess-  0., - ��������� .- .- , x-sr,  .     -J    ���������   ������  \      - "L r     r,  *^raea*^tjf}������h������nbrook'  .police court last year only -72f wterexm  charges of drunkeness. \  A  ' * '"*     - >*'���������<;��������� v        '  *,** 'i-  Dnring 1921} the people of Cranbrook  used ten per cent, more'electric than  during tbe year previous.  281. pet-sons were in..the police court  at Ceaubi-ouk iai������t year'and the,total  fines collected .were $55868.  The snowfall in the hills around  Cranbrook this winter Is ^uite light,  avei aging less than four feet.  Acch^i^ ^i^C <iHief of" the. tire  brigade Crunbroora fire'loss fbr the  wholeof J02t*was less than $900.  The PentlcU)n Club has, just tieeft  npened with a membership of 88, and  an annual niembet-shlp fee of $24.  -'       *���������"  - * '1    ^      "  ,, Firelpsees ^nt Revelstoke for -19&1  were less than $5000,  and  the  total  cost of the Are brtgsde waa but $402.  A couple or "trapper^- operating' In  the Slocan are reported to have taken  $1400 worth of marten skins previous  ta the end of December.  . TH* ladies lodge of the Knights of  Pythias' has been' brought back into  existence* at Gfamd Forks;, and starts  off with a menibebdhfp of 80Y  CrAnbrookn Presbyterians have Just  unveiled a sn^ier^T'jnjiemor(i|l'(- tablet  ^hlch sho^vs sixty natneir ten ojr.thpm  of men fallen In the groat war.  Assuredly ther* is no lack of pop In  tho.raitrrled men nt* Kaslo. -Already  this season,.they tmve beaten the. bachelors twJIeeJn succession at hookey.',  Theechod't -children at Revelstoke  are depositing about $200 a \eee~: In  the savings depurtments of the three  chnrted banks In that town at present.  in order to encourage the owijors to  keep the R<������������ltina skating link open  the council hns_ Conceded . them froe  wituitt alsd will possibly give thom^ex-���������  ^omptlon from taxes thl>"year.  ' ';: * "-  Jacob Heppner was lineil WOO iind  given two months in jal< as well for  bolng In uhlawful possessloh of a re-:  tuino*f*3 *oJd^i^' dUcharge papers and  service button at Cranbrook.      <f  ..  '  .     * ** ���������   v \  t^J^ly^tockJ0)li������rni8si9n*ei. congrat-  jji^tingthe alse������||tttion on the con-  ditio^dsdcare^^p$������n^-the sire,\Sitt-  ibon Beau lD5a||^b^/AMos Burgess  Who Ims ebarge o|i^^nirnal.    "    "  r     ���������*   -v ���������^am'^. ���������.... my. ���������*c*   *m~jit       <*   ��������� * -e  - r   i��������� ��������� j tQtjn ' \*xa~ '?iM* "..' 0"  y������&.  W -  Petey^ **^rtwb������te y operating under  difficulties jbst '& present. While at  work In the,bush oi-e^day last week  the limb epfa tree caught him in the  eye aad 3t waff necessary to put in  four or five stitches to repais? top damage done. ��������� - , "t    r     ���������  ***    X ' '"     ~~r *  ���������  The mill was shut down a-efq^letof  days the latter past of the weekipepd-  ing repairs Jbeing made to a break in  the engine otsbS sHaft.  Matt, df-^ytos* has tjse costraet- to  slash and burn the right of way for a  rood leading from the main highway  into tbe rPSpe and Cleave places* the  ^?ork to be -eoaapleied before the epd  "of March.'  The old Canyon tiridge. replacedsby  the splendid newtforh level structure,  is heing dismantled undo? tiie super-,  vision of Tom Harris, and the worthwhile saving material will be stored at  Creston;"%e hear. *,-f -^  . -. 1     ���������""*���������*  The. United Farmers at-home on  Friday nighf proved one of tbe most  enjoyable-functions of the ' sort yet  held in Canyon XJards were played  In the old school, after which the  crowd adjourned to the new room for  the dancing, returning to the old  school again about midnight for the  supper which had in the meantime  been spread, and then -adjourned once  more for dancing which continued nn-  tin a-m..^ The dance music would he"  hard to beat,' and- .was tarnished -by  Mr&    Dayie  and Hn  Kolthgimmer^.  xeally a liabihty,  and in arriving at pUnistsj Tbm Mawson, *io!inS Andy  therpittofSoOOO the  Couifston  pl^ce wickhoim,   accordeon. . Financially  wUfche re-assessed at pretty much tbe the affair was also sueeeaafut S20 be-  f^e;Pf|rfCWthe other lands in thatl^ ^aUzed for toe pianofund.  &e$tu������!?*pbs������tte*to������!jei^^ar somber of!    , _ -. ,  treea^febeiiijtos. Z    ~t |    Canyon City is ge^ng the s^prise  j    W_. H. CiuMfordgot a cut oE 3150 P������fty habit, too.    On ������aturd^y nigb^  ^,,*vn*the'a������5$6*sr*uent-������n. iiots?, 8 and Q.  Z ������ff th#^rign  5l������   Whslf  <*ari<m ������f the Hil$dn X^^^*^en^t  "   ~ '-.Ji .���������-~\yJ ��������� gf   -I. J������     rJ  Py*}z4A^t^?m^rJ4-i^i- ���������*   *  ^^i^^e^t^^^-j^iiiR^^ia^  -ttightr-i   'X^y-.-.-     >   -.Y    *. j p  -   -I'i  ..*....- ....r        0Qtanday  meeting, aft-  .^3e?hes*ceii^%^'ftH^  with r������ieYl!923 nesei^Wert^o  ^iUeyY;pw>pextics.V^twcte^ a full'  turnout^ tiiose who ihad etttfifed ap-!  -peals,'as, well as others .who were in  most cases curious to figure out jwhat!  lu-ckjheyi m*^ht have had in case they  had'also .entered an appeal. ' James  Q'&hea.vthe well-known- vUelson lawyer,'presided, as judge, with Assessor  B. Ferghson defending the assess *  ments. and the owners all arguing  their own cases.  "The opening sessioii on Wednesday  afternoon had to be held in Mercantile Hall in order to find seating roorti  for those in attendance, but on Thursday the police court building wan used;  several of those whose cases wore not  reached on! Wednesday seeing that Jh^  Variably assessments were being sustained not bothering to put in an appearance at the Thursday proceeding*?.  At thejlt-st sitting approximately 25  appeals were beard, and of* tliose six  secured i-edactions, while one gentle-  man.who was indiaoreetenoughtodis  close the fact that his holding ' was  clearly in the wild land class^ had' his  assessment reduced but/ the landMre-  classified with the result that Instead  of paying at 1 por cent, he will now be  levied on at the 5 per cent, rate���������increasing-his tax payment a tiiatter of  possibly $60.     , - ��������� .  The fortunate ones were W. "S.  Watson whose ranch, aseessinont Was  reduced", from $2026 to $^075. ''Rumuuo  St Tollollco hnd-11000 cut off their 12-  Acr& property which"wrs' assosfjed at  $0000, and Jas. Attwood had approximately $1100 cut off one of. tho three  properties on which he; had appealed  the other two belng-ullpwod to utand.  ��������� On his rcBldonceMon- Victoria Aye.,  Jas. Stocks gojt an aHojwan'co of $250,  and* P. 0, Ebbutt was succesefnl in  capping off $800' 00 his residential  asscustnent,  * T.. M. Kdniondson %viis there with,  ajl the Accounts and cheques to show  that $030 would bo tho cash yilue of  his Ifeed warehouse bn^ whlolr the  ObBOssor, had loylod $1000 and tills <va������  flpallydronedto$$00; ^.DiJ^bhlh  made quite a determined fight for * rey  duotlop on his ranch at Canyon which  last year the\ coun-t hod Confirmed at  $4000, although Mr. Poobln at that  tjme demanded  a -reduction.    This  7  ���������������/C^  Local and Personal  ^.FOb  8&X.B���������Two   storey,  six-room  frame -  house    on - Victoria * Avenue  Beautiful   view:"    Enquire.  Review^  Office/  r  ^ The stc-idy cold - wither that has  heen in' evidence since before Christmas still continues, with the mercut-y  hitting around fiye below aero therflrst  three mornings this week**. ForJ^ood  hauling and lumbering operations -gen*-  orally this is the finest season,tlie val-  Key'has had since 1016,      ���������-���������������������-  Theire was a fine turnout' at- the  meetinjj-;,on Friday night^at .which final, arrangements were (mode for. the  launching of thV. Creston District  Fifteen Hundred Club. '' About BO  names of Valley people appear On the  appliqation ior incorporation, atid it is  expected that by the middle * of ih*  mbnth the .club will start issuing p6l  ioies. \'     ', *   -.      '",  t   *  'At the-'annual convention- ht- the  B.C. United Farmers at V������tt:eoiiver  last Vieel. Jas. Adlard waej selected as  the Bast Kootenay repttwejitativf, op  the executive. The JJ,F. turned down  the proposition,of go'Ing into polities*  but-baye no obiection to individual lot.  cuts taking political' action'if a majority of the members of such locals fav.  nr the move. *- *'1     ?< v*  There -was quite a large and enthusiastic attendance- at the aU'omkl meeting of CreBt<>n' Valley- Conservatlvo  Association on Monday-night In Mercantile Hall, at 'whioh ������������������' tlie features  were an address on thowork of the  last.session of the legislature-by Col*  lilflfce^ M.P.P., and the election - of  offleervr l^he following ��������� will * be in  ohargo of the association ,for W&i  jPi-esident, Major Ma]lund^Ine; \ ice-  propldent, P. H. Jackiwfni Sscietary.  ^;W:''Himn^nt(.ti*^^^JIrs,: :H.  D. Dowhe, Jiva., Compton, H. J. Long.  C. YD. Oariiind, V. O. Little, Jack  Smith, Walter Hall, O. A. M. Yonng.  Delegates to attend the provincial  Conservative enri veto tion lit Kam!������>opai  next month will be selected at a future  'meeting* - '"'*:  erf which there - will  be> a couple  of  hours at cards. ~ ,-  > This Friday night provision is being *.  made for-two Sleighs to leaye  tbe  Browell corner* at ? pan.; to convey,  th^crowd that will be, attending the  Brickson whist and dance in the J. U.  Craigie packing shed at Brickson.  It would look as if Canyon ratepayers were not too badly pleased with  the 1022 assessment. Out of tbe 00 appeals lodged we understand only four  were from tbis section. '  Ten residents are taking the 1022  Apple packing school ~ course which  opehed In the school basement on  Monday afternoon, with Mr. Greenwood, assistant proyincial horticulture  ist������ In charge. He goes from here to  Lister where he will have two classes.  ,. Contractor Hendren has now completed blithe carpenter wolrk Incon-^  nectKbn with the' new school, and as  soon as Mr. Bush completes painting  operations Canyon will certainly have  as attractive a looking seat of learning  Ab there Is any -where in B.C.  Saturday, Feb. 11  Douglas Fairbanks  /  \n -\ v.K* r *- *~"A  v^, c*-r,*fv  i,>3s.������'*i? vr*-;  -W-  *asi'-,.p -3j  She review^ ckeston, & a  /**  ������^ S AW  ������WW*������**s-l   ���������*������������ * m  tAH Mi*, IMSM  BE MADE TO HEAR?  This question can be answered both  ways.     If the deafness is^flue to Ca1*  tarrh, success is general if.thejsuffej-  er persists in the use of Catarrhozone  -���������-���������and thereby drives Catarrh out of  the*system.*   Penetrating through the  passages of the ear, the soothing vap-  ���������or  of ^Catarrhozone  relieves  the  in-  .flammation,^destroys the .Seejls of Catarrh and.thereby allows nature to reassert ,h������sgesfjl������. ���������������-, For Catarrhal Deafness, pains 'over the    eyes,    plugged  nostrils and other symptoms associated    with * Catarrh, usel Catarrhozone.  You'll be more than pleased .with the  quick improvement.in your condition.  "Two  months** treatment",  One Dollar,  -sold everywhere, or the Catarrhozone  Co., Montreal. ���������-  r  ���������    Tke  Homestead  ers  BY  %  Publi  m  ormrrPT t r  qtttab  A.Vx\~>j0-IA-JXxX-       J..V01I.      XJX.A-jr~.X-r  died By Special Arrange-   j  icnt With the Author. j!  I  P~*  (Continued)  He was "much more than Gardiner's  -match in strength and he had little  fear of the revolver, provided he could  take his adversary unawares. If the  worst came to the worst, and he could  not give the Harrises the slip, he  would take them with "him, "and they  would all come upon Gardiner red-  handed with the loot. Then he would  Explain to Harris how he had discovered Gardiner's jplot and frustrated it.  ������������������ !ffh������ idea grew upon Riles,  ana Tfie" rode along "MTa franie of mtnd  bordering upon cheerfulness.  It was , now quite dark, and the  horses picked their steps carefully  along the hillside trails. At last  Gardiner drew up and pointed to a  heavy clump of .trees. A faint glint  mer of light shone through it.  "That's the shack," he whispered.  "They have a lantern there. We better get off,the road and tether our  horses in this coulee., Don't go too  close; their horses may call to ours,  and they will come out to meet lis."  They turned down a narrow ravine  with scarce room to vralk single file  between the branching trees. The  stream was almost dry, and the  horses' hoofs claiiked alarmingly along  the bed of the creek. They tied them  where the woods closed all about  them, and there seemed no chance of  disco very. "���������* -       .  "Quietly, now," said Gardiner, as  they stole toward the old building.  "Things seem to be working out as  we planned, but we must make'sure  of every detail, so that we can change  the-attack if necessary."  The two men stole up the rough  road leading to the hut. \ Riles felt  his heart thumping, and "his lungs  seemed half choked for air, but Gardiner lost none of his composure, and  would have lit a cigarette had he not  feared the light would betray them.  Th'e glow of "the lantern came from  the building, shining in a long, fading  wedge from the sashless window, but  seemed-strangely obscure about the  door. ^As they approached- thldimystery wsts repealed; a-blanket/waaJ seen  to'-hang oveivthe doomay. r':' 'P.  0-Z'-'-That's good sign," *whisperefr "Gardiner. "One, or both of them, are  sleeping. That's* why-tfiey feel the  cold. * If they had "stayed awake they  would _have built a fire- and perhaps  walked about outside. This mountain air gets a man that'isn't used to  it. I'll bet you could go to_gleep  "yourself .this minute,. Riles, "if you  weren't so scared."  "I: ain't scared, damn you," said  Riles, though -the words trembled in  his teeth. "If it comes to- a showdown we'll see who's scared."  "That's good," said - Gardiner.  "That's the way to talk. . If you just  ke^p that up for a few minutes It'll  all be over."  They paused for a moment to listen.  The night was moonless and starry,  except where a bank of clouds came  drifting up from the south-west. A  moist breeze," smelling of soft, mountain snow, "gently stirred the trees  about,them. But from the shanty no  sound could be discerned. They approached nearer, and still nearer.  "Now, you go to the door, and I'll  take the; window," Gardiner ordered.  "Shove the blanket aside a little and  size up the situation before you speak.  We'musH; make sure they're there, and  there alone."  Gardiner waited until he saw Riles  fumbling carefully with the blanket  that hung in the doorway. Then he  darted .quickly to the window.  "���������j****?  Tl  For Fifty Years  Mother.Sei-gcl's Syruphas heen the-  world's L. i"ebmedy Ior'^ijidiggBtions,'  audit ^srstill tliebest'andcKeap.-  eat 6i,3toi������aeiitand|ilver tonica.^  Th^-medicinal^xtt-acte of-Varied *  jroots, barks and leaves restore  the natural,, efficiency of the digestive organs and it has banished  i numberless, cases -oi pain* after  eating,   headaches,   flatulence,  aci<iit^rbiliousne6s and constipation.     Sold in 50c and $1.00  bottles at driig stores. 0-921  remembered it; -his-father slept by his  side, and near the wall lay the" precious satchel. And yet he shook in  absolute, ^"unreasoning, unfounded terror. His'eyes wandered from the lantern to, the door���������to,the, blanket Hanging limply in the door; and,there they  stared and stayed-as though held in  the spell of a serpent. Subconsciously, certainly, without any direction of  ,will of his-own, he raised the shotgun to his shoulder and kept it trained on the~sagging blanket. . . ��������� The  blanket seemed to move! -It swayed  at first as though a light breeze had  touched it, and' yet not as though a  breeze liad touched it. -.The Impulse  seemed too far up���������about the .height  of a man's.shoulder. The blood had  gone from Allan's face; he was as one  in a trance, obeying some iron la"vf  outside the realm of the will and the  reason. ^ He cocked h*s gun and tightened his finder on the trioro,er and  watched. . . And then, so plain  that it must have been real, he saw  stealthy fingers, feeling their way  about the blanket.  Then Allan firedY -  In an instant he was wide awake,  and wondering terribly what had happened. The explosion blew out the  lantern, and the building was in utter  darkness. _ His father was clambering to his feet with '" Allan, what is it?.  What is it, Allan?" The blanket had  been torn from its hangings as by a  ���������heavy weight,-, and something was  writhing in it in the doorway. Allan  sprang up and' would have rushed  upon it, but in the darkness he collided with another man. His fingers  found his adversary's arpi and ran up  It to his throat, but before they could  - fasten in a fatal grip- there was another flash of light, and a hot pang  stabbed him in the breast. ~~ There  was a strange gurgling in his lungs,  a choking in his' throat, a spinning  dizziness in his head, as he staggered  over the mass in the doorway and fell  into the night. _  .  Gardiner had reached  the window  just in time to see Allan's gun trained  .iv.rrr.~i ���������..\x ���������---+ tha* -iThs-ri-n.-.f Z,.\ on the doorway.     For an instant he  tjiii ii *G\A      ������������������  1 ������. t *      ���������  w���������.mL 1  rr t.     i.u n. i.     n.n       tld.il       Hill.    Ill     I ���������  young man sitting there in silent, absolute readiness for the attack. He  drew back to -warn Riles, but he was  too late.- At that moment the, gun  .sgoke;., there- wasYthe,t -sound ~bf a  fJ^eavy^bodsr'falling, an&stifled noises,  Y "bp^'e ample.;evidence oflvthe accuracy  #���������!, Allan's aimjjr But eyen in that moment of- uncertainty Gardiner had not'  lost thought of their purpose, and his  quick eye took in ithe'sleeping form of  John Harris ana the location of the  leather-bag beside the wall. Without an,,instant's hesitation he,, vaulted  through the .window arid, revolver in  hand,' began to' steal' his. way" softly  toward the treasure. , -   '*  x. He had* not-taken three steps-when  Allan plunged full force into himi He  staggered with' the shock, but recovered himself only���������to find" the young farmer's strong fingers "clutching for his  throat. it had been no part ofv Gardiner's 'plan -that- - there should.be'  bloodshed in the carrying out of the  'robbery, Slit he was a man of--quick  decision, who accepted conditions as  he found them. ,.-   .  *  A-slight prfes"  A'l  0i~-  CASTORIA  .;   - For Infante and Children  - ifc'Uselfw -Qver SO Years;  ' Xlwayajbears'  .Q the^jY-Y  Signature of  *������������������������'     * *  - '" * ' ' *'.  * -. **��������� *^r ** -*- -  A Freak "Beavery  ��������� TheY capture' is" .reported at Loiig.  Lac, .past, of- Port .Arthur^of.,a .beaVer**  with a wbiteTsltln from- behind: the*?  "forelegs to "tlief^x&Ad'dle'** ot the body,,  the rest brown and black.' This* is to-*  be sent to London" for exhibition purposes.-     .     . ���������������"'���������;-"*  CHARTER XVII.  The Fight in the Foothills  While Allan sat in the little cabin  he gradually became oppressed with a  sense of great loneliness. From time  to time he looked 'at th������ face of his  sleeping father, and suddenly -tlie  'knowledge struck him like "a knife  that it was the face of an old man.  He had never" thought ef him as an  old man before, but as hevlay on the  rough floor, sleeping soundly after his  long drive, there was something in the  form that told-of advancing years, and  Allan could see plainly the deepening  furrows in his strong, still handsome  face. As he looked a, vast tenderness  mingled with his loneliness; he would  have stooped and caressed him- had  he not feared to disturb his* slumbers.  Allan's love fq.r his father was that of  man to man rather than son to parent; it was the* only deep passion of  his young life, and it ran with a fulness that could not be "checked. " Of  his mothen he thought with kindliness,  ���������,.;*!,     xxr.rr-r.  1TJLI.U   icgec  m Nigfri and Moraing*  t-~ Hose Clean, Health?  i������y*e������r If ih*e?Xire.Itclv-  -SinartorBurn,sf Sorci  V^r.^T^wrC Irritated; Inflatned br"   , ..   .     ^_&_ _     -TOUltElt3Graniflated,useMtttine  sure .pn the trigger, and Allan ;felIT "often.; Soothes* Refre$hes.���������S8fefptrtotant  coughing, through the dpor  (To be continued)  or Adult. At all Druggistaantl Opticians,  Write for Sees Eye Book. Mniae Eyt Berne* ~k -~s������ -  -bJ.10.fs    CtXX    X1C-\X    JJ.VFL   VI  i  lati been quite~as it should be in their I stood dumbfounded; there was sdm^-  domesDLc.'circleTtoward his sister.he   tlunS uncanny in.the sight*-, of * the  Headache  Recurring headaches usually  eome from an exhaustion of the  nervous system, and they do not  disappear until the vigor of the  nerve cell* is restored by such up-  building treatment as Dr. Chase's  Nerve Food.  * Temporary   relief   by  use   of  powders h often obtained at an;  .enormous expense to the nervous  system and the general hedilth.  .Get the  nerve** ������������������'right, ahd ^the  headaches will not return.  Mrs. W. J. Pearse, Nunn St���������  Cobourg, Ont., writes:  "My *y������lem became run-down ~nd I:  ������eiflcred greatly with puin in my lie������<J.  This was ������-*> severe iha*; I v.*ould hav������! ta  Wind ts clolh li-jhely ������l>ou������ my he������d to  that I could gel my wo������k done. A friend  advised tlie use of Dr. Chaic'i Nerve  Food, and alter taking*: the first box I  found quite an improvement in my condition, I continu-jdl lumtj-. them until I  had taken about *������ven htaet, and they  ttrengthened and built up my system  splendidly, completely relieving the pain  in my head,"  Dr. Chase** Nerve Food, 50c  a box, all dealers, or Edmanson,  Bates -it'Coi, Limited, Toronto.  tmmtamtttm  ttttrnm* wewie n  ���������aw  W.   N.   IT.   1405  felt a vague longing and'-uneasiness,  and  a new feeling- which had taken  root that afternoon .that perhaps after  all she was rightin seeking, to live her  life as she woulid;  but it was to Ms  father that his great emotion turned^:;  He looked upon the sleeping man  now, with the wealth of a lifetime's  labour at his side, and the bond of  rtrust   and   confidence between them  'seemed .so* tight it ibronghf .the* niois-  ture to his eyes.     He^ thought of the  past years; of their   labour   oh' the  farm together���������hard,laboui-,:   but - always relieved by their. Comradeship  and mutual ambitions: .   A; "hundred*  half-forgotten incidents came to mind,  in all of which his father was companion and chum rather* than*',parent  and corrector. ;  And after' all, hadn't  it been.worth while?     Had not they,  in'their way, really given expression  to their lives as best they could in the  black earth-smelling furrows, In the  .scent of tallowy, straw-aromaed steam  from their "engine, or the wet night-  perfume   of   ripening   wheat?     How  those old smells beat up from the mysterious chambers' of memox-y and intoxicated ' his nostrils  with fondness  and a great, sense of having,-in some  few hallowed moments, dove-tailed his  own career Into the greater purpose  of creation!      Allan .did not analyze  these thoughts and memories, or try  to fit thorn   Into   words,   but---they/  brought to him a consciousness of having lived���������of having known some experiences that were   not   altogether  material and temporal.  And then his memory carried him  still further back���������back to the days  when he waa a little child, and in the  mirror of the darkness hc could se6  his own small figure trudging in the  track of the plough nnd "hanging to  the rein-ends that dropped from/ the  knot on his father's ample back. Back  to the old (sod shanty, with its sweet  smell of comfort when the snow heat  against the littlo window and the /wind  roared In tho rattling Btove-pipo, and  his mother sat by the fire *and plied  her flying needles. What wonderful  tlmoB they wero, and what Wonderful  dreams "in tho little, thoughtful child-  mind jiiHt catching the first glimmerings of llfse������ Gould it be this old  cabin, these rotting logs, this earthly  floor, that were stirring memory celia  asleep for twenty years? Ho would  not allow hla mind to bo drawn\Jnto  speculation-���������-the thing was tho remembrance, now, wjicn it wiih offered  him. Old lulh'bJefj Btofo Into hla  brain; a deep peace compawsod him,  and con������clou������neM������ faded thinnor and  thinner Into the Boa of the Infinite, . .  Allan ma up In a midden, cold chill  of terror. Had he been asleep?  What, cold breath of dread had croafl-  ed hl������ path? He Waft no coward; the  ������en������e of fear wa������ alrrw-Ht unknown to  him, but now !<��������� enveloped hlrn,.HlWled  him, set. his teeth ehnUerJnff nnd hl������  llmbH dunking. tie nnd,heard notli,  Ins:, men nothing, The gun' with-Ja*  bin hnndn an It had lain when laet lit  rned  vN2^SS.  A good nourishing food, ready to'serve andjo-  expensive.      Try it cold or heat - in slices 'awl  serve with Med eggs instead of ham.  No bone, no gristle, no waste and every can with  the Government guarantee of purity.  Clark's'Good Things-are .made from Canadian  Farm Produce and sold everywhere in Carj-ada.   " *      ,- .    '    -  g-a-a.i     . * --j-       '  .fit!-  t  I  5 ������r~ 1 "^  i  \,  For Constipated  Bowels���������Bilious  LLvar  '***&*������������&&*'  The nicest cathartic-laxative to physic your bowels when you have  Headache Biliousness     '.--" -  Colds Indigestion  Dizziness Sour-Stomach  is candy-like Cascarets.     One or two  X*Z        ~Z~   "    -  tonight will empty your bowels,com* =  pletely by morning and you will feel ���������  splendid.     "They    work    while   y������u  sleep."     Cascarets never- stir you up  pr - gripe    like    Salts, Pills, Calopiel,  or OH 7and they cost only ���������ten." cents  a box.   Children love Cascarets too.  WARNING!    Always say "Bay.er" when you buy Aspirin..  Unless yoff see ;flimef"B^ are not getting:;  Aspirin it all.    Why t^ :  Accept only an unbroken "Bayer" package which contains directions and '{lose*,  worked outby physicians during 22 years and proved safe^ millions ior^  Colds Headache     JN  Toothache      Neuritis     x   Lumbago      Pain I Pain  ITmiAy ''Bay������r������ hesee of li taMet^-Al������5 hottle* of 2* and 100���������AU drttffgltto.  ��������� ' . -    . - _     . -   ^          _. x~-1         '   mr~. .ie...ll..l>. .1   am���������4tv,*tm  kmmimt-Am ti,. im.A. *mm*.u /p������������l-itar������d its Canada.* of B*y������r SCanutlotura ot MonoaootloaoKlaator o* 0alt<syHpft������l������1. Whila It !������-���������  il?j k"ownhthi?l"pStoVa7OTWr ^"fa������i������J tWi������h^S������������l������* Willow tto. V~JbW������ et ������������yar Com������������i**r  will l������a ������t*mpa������ vrlth tfcetr ������������o������r������l tr������������Sa mark, ��������������������� "Btarar Ci-om." ^ i ���������  I  isras ai^gaOBSZfe ^KSTONa IB, &  *-*.  CANADIANPiM AD E  1 W  ^        ^URE F00D  I  ^^      INSURES GOOD HEALTH S  MAG1G BAKING POWDER  ;INSURES: TORE FOOD  e:w:gellett company umited-  wsnnipeo *  TORONTO," CANADf'"''' montoeal  h ijijiliw;-. li.  IxrZ^r r  "..,'. -~  ���������*!���������       ' '   ��������� ^ -���������.,*"   -  -   ' '. '-' TP-1'T ">"it  g World Happening  Briefly, Told  <  t       x.   ������������������   - 4 t, X    ���������*    ������ '   i       - '* '  A new scale, of lawcjrarges in jGreat  BritairP has'Increased the"cost of litigation fifty'per^iceii'tfr'-"'-4     ;  '  "  Plans ^for." aii-air service betweeA  London and Cork, thaf'^ould shorten*  the journey to the American continent  -by at least, a dayi are being prepared.  --   ^ * *���������      ,  Captain Josel^h'Ifofre, 69*/grandson  .jOfthe late Hon. Joseph Howe,'Nova  -���������Scotia,^ , statesman, is dead at' Port  .Maitland.- -  , - zZ"*   "   ��������� pp.       , "*-  *  Private cable advices .received from  Japanese centres intimate" that/ the  Yokohama silk bourse has'-again'bus-1  -    -rj,.r V*   .   r-V"J   ������������"   f ���������     ���������*^.������'V*'*������~ ''^-*���������-**"���������. 1  pended- trading as a result of recent  x. wide fliictuations in price's."*"^  f  -I  "3V  The steamer Aquariusrthe* firsfof  -the   Russian   relief Vessels to- leave  Philadelphia, has sailed for a Russian  port wjthva'*-f ul! ;ca?go of * grain and  ..other food."     "'       " ���������' -y ' *"*-  "*  !The .effort --to, collect., *% million dollars to~create- a, YWoodVow" Wilson  Foundation, which-.shalP'-be'afiierm&n**  ..ent memorial to Ameriea-s-war-^resi-  .dent, has been launched -throughput  ���������.the United State?.'****-*-**. Jz  J,,...'J*., .^ ..}  It is understood that ;*Hon. -W:" S  ^Fielding has-been ahie^tq^examine the,,  ^general estate of the". na������i6nat������4nances  ���������ahd while there .is VoGrinV.to^fustiif^  .alarm, -his report has**impressed "upon  "his colleagues" the need for a.ruthless, policy of economy. ���������" ���������       _.."',  Two prospectors, known as Slim  .Nelson "and Shorty Madden, were  ^burned to death iff their hunks in a  >cabin at Hyder,' "Alaska, according  ������jto news brought -to' Prince -Rupert  ifrom Stewart, B.C.* The cabin was  ���������destroyed" by,' fire "before people* realized that anyone* pcctt'pietfcit1/*" - -    ��������� ���������  -' A Real Ootimist '*Y  .'A, Capetown correspondent says  that barring a general strike !* in  the mines and a deficit of from ten to  twenty million dollars in the national  treasury the Outlook ia* better than it  was. -There, is nothing like being  able..to ignore embarrassing details  arid see things as one would like tl|em  to be.    '--"'' ��������� ;  AtX\ty IUU6B   XSll   ������.������U   A <SllS  Corns Between the Toes j  Pamlessly Kemoved  A- real,' sure, dependable remedy  that ha������ been lifting out corns for the  pastvfifty years will surely lift yours  out.' , Putnam's Corn Extractor is the  old reliable corn remedy���������it - stands  the test of time and never fails, 25c  everywhere.     ' .1  Over 300,000,000 Bibles, translated  into 528 .different languages, have  'been distributed hy*the' British and  Foreign Bible Society.  Wolves" Cause   Decline   of   Moose   in  ^    ** Manitoba v"   ; '  Royalties collected on fur pelts by,  the Manitoba Government totalled  $40,513 last year, the annual report  of the game branch department of agriculture" shows. - ~  Total-revenue collected during the  year was. $J4,549,- which included. 10,-  665 resident .game bird permits at  $1 each and_2,846 resident big^ game  permits at $4 each. The report states  t&at moose is. the only game animal*  decreasingY.-in the ** province, mainly'  due to . the ravages, of timber and  prairie wolves.   "    *  ,*-, -Relief, frdm Asthma^ , Persons suffering from that extremely trying tcou-^  .hie -known as asthma, know what it is"  to long with all,their hearts for,:es-  'cape as jfrom-^a tyrant. Never L do  . they, tno* vhen an attack may come  'and'they kho'\f that"to struggle unaid-  fed-Is:vaint YWith Dr. J. p. Kellogg's  Asthma Remedy -at hand,-, however,  they>'6an find relief from their enemy  and- enjoy life sigain. - It helps ,*; at  ,once.    Jn; > V *~ :  Sleep is. the great nqurisher. of iiu  .fants, and without peaceful sleep the  .child will^ot thrive.     This cannot be  got if the infant be "troubled    with  worms.     .Miller's Worm Powders will  destroy worms and driye them from  the system, and afterwards the child's  rest will be undisturbed.     The pow-  I derss cannot injure the most delicate  rbaby^and" there is nothing so effective  , for restoring the health of a -worrn*  worn infant. _  Evening Gown of White  ' -"      ^ ^l r -  . "-"*      "��������� ���������  Safe and Black lace  By Marie Belmont  The    eternal  jpeal  '*,-Men'glance at the" past���������especially  if' she, who, passed is pretty. {*  For.  Chilblains.���������  Frosty Bites and  Chilblaina-come fronj undue exposure  '.to slush and cold and fi;6st-bite,froia  the icy winds of winter. ~ In the  treatment of either an* excellent preparation is Dr.-Thomas* Eclectrie Dil,  as it counteracts the inflammation and  relieves the* pain. J The* action of the  oil is prompt ahd its application is ,.es-  trefnely simple. -  . Some men .uphold   a'   good   thing,  -and some others attempt to hold it/up.  whits" still finds-new modes of expression, of which a charming example is  the evening frock .sketched above.  .Heavy .white satin forms *he simple  gown, with bateau^neckline and sljirt  draped slightly up in the back. Black  lace' drops in soft'pahels at the Sides  and covers one arm. A girdle of.crystal beads defines the waistline.  A narrow handeau of crystal beads  gives a classic touch to the simply  arranged coiffure. "**  USE SLOAN'S T0  WAP OFF  LITTLE aches grow'into big paina  unless warded off by an application of Sloan's. 'Rheumatism,  neuralgia, sliff joints, lame back won't  fight long against Sloan's Liniment.  ������ For more than forty years S!oan'3  liniment'-has helped thousands, the  -- world over. You won't be an except  ' tion.  It certainly does produce results.  for instant juse. w Ask your neighbor.  At all druggists���������-35c, 70c, "������1.40.-  ~-  -\ "Made in Canaeia.  - Progress of Science  _ With flashless powder and soundless  guns, the vi.etims of   the    next   war  won't know they're dead until somebody tells them.���������Gait Reporter.  ���������.Wise mothers who know the virtues  ef Mother* Graves' Worm Exterminator  always have it at hand, because it  proves its value.  Liitie more than id cubic feet of  wood "go to make up 100 pounds of  paper.  ,       _  Minard's Liniment for Distemper  London aquarium has two fish  from the Amazon* wh.ch are valued  at $100.  HARD ON BABY1  A pine tree in New -Zealand is estimated by scientists,to be 1,300 years  old.       *   .  ���������'   .   -i-     , -      ,.-'  "COLD IN^THE HEAD"  Is an acute*'attack* of- Nasal .Catarrh.  *    '  -  Those subject to frequent "colds fn the  head"'will find that* the- use of HALL'S  CATARRH MEDICINE -will build up the  System^ -and render them le*ss pliable to colds, e  Repeated attack*, of Acute Catarrh may lead  to   Chronic  Catarrh.  ** . ,      *  r HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is taken internally and acts through the Blood on  the Mucous surfaces of the -^System, thus reducing thc inflammation and assisting "Nature  in restoring normal conditions.^ '  All Druggists. 'Qirculars free.  F.JT. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.  ~ Be'fair-to your' local ^merchants.  Ask - to se$J his good** and compare  prices' before sending your -money to  the mall order houses. y you will find  that it pays. *   '  SHI  L  ��������� '.I  -      I  r '��������� i %  To ���������wfri^^ dbesn  on the horse that * helps him  ���������.-.  ���������<.-������������������  '<-:>'  ,   No..nian or woman  who  ��������� w-ants- to succeed' in the rape* of  life can afford thejhandicap of  - headaches,  insomnia,  indiges- '  tion and debility^ Nor can they  afford to - take  anything - that-  ' may keep up a continual irrita-  * tion of the nervous system.  Yet this is what many people do wfco<drink excessive*'  ^amounts of tea dr "coffee,   For  ^m and> coffee contain caffeine,  a substance, that is sometimes  very injurious.   Many doctors  -qay that caffeine raises the blood  -^i^--]-\w^'i  and    over-stimulates    the  'y entire'^nervoi^d -systethi? fAIsb"  ���������\ -'tliatt itrfls'*' especially  t&d  for  growing children^ or for anyone  who has any tendency to. nervousness or insomnia.  l '���������-.'���������.������������������    :���������.���������* ���������*  If you want to avoid a pos-  yt }put extra weight  succeed  sible egtuse of headache; insomnia, or,, nervousness, it might he  well to stop taking teaand coffee  ' foif,awhilej and drink rich,' sat-  isfying Postum, instead. ",  rPostum  is a delicately-  roasted, pure cereal beverage-^  delicious and wholesome.  ���������i '  ;Order Postum . from your  "grocertoday." Drink this' fragrant, healthful beverage for"  awjbile, and see if you will not  fee| brighter,^ more active,, and  more resistant to fatij^fe--a������ so  many thousands  of others*  i\m'**-'- ���������:������.'*.     ���������-     ���������   -     ' "''  have felt.    ,  ':.. Postum comes in two forms: Instant  Postum (in tine) mado instantly in tho  cupliy tho. addition.of boiling water.  Postum Cereal (ih pftckages of larger  i?ulk, foi- those who -prefer to ::tn8ke*  the-drink while the meal *;iai being  prepared) mado tyy,, boiling for ,20  .minutes." '"��������� ���������'   "  ���������'���������' :""*'  The winter season is a hard one qn  the baby.    He is more or less confined to stuffy, .badly ventilated rooms.  Itsis so often stormy that the mother  does'not, get him out in the'fresh ajr  as" often aa. she-should/ *->He catches  -eolds .which j^,c^;|iis littje system; Olar*  stomach and"1 bowels get out of ord<?r  and he becomes peevish-arid cross; To  guard against this the mother should  keep a box of Baby's Own Tablets in  the houseY    They _regulate~ the* stomach and bowels, and -break-up colds.*  They are sold by medicine dealers or  by mail at 25 cents a box from The  Dr.    Williams'    Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.'    l  "My Canada"  Postum for Health���������"There's a Reason"  t   t    Ma^e by Canadian Postum Ccr^ Co., LUnlted, Windsor, Ontario  bsbb'tii i11 ii iiiuimiiii, ii mi mil  Entertaining Story Gives Glimpses of  Life   in   Western .Canada  Although not" a new '.book, there has  , recently come-to the .attention-of th'e  writer, a very pleasing story,by Elinor Marsden Eliot.     /'My Canada" ^is  thenitle, and it is written" in the form  of a diary, each chapter dealing with  the experiences of a young lady who  comes to Western Canada from England.  ��������� As revealed in the diary, Miss  Eliot left her home in England with  tho twofold purpose of escaping ,frprn**  an  undesirable * matrimonial  altfanfep  and with the intention of realizlng^ni.  ambition to engage in poultry farming.     At tho outset, there is a suspicion that Elinor Mqrsden Eliot Is in  reality merely the-pen name of a very  clever writer who  must have spent  the most of her life in the pralrje  provinces, tho characteristics-of which  she knows so well. * After a glimpse  of urban and rural life in Manitoba,  heightened by .considerable local color, the* reader follows the fortunes of  -Elinor to Southern Alberta.    Unquestionably the authoress   gleaned   her  Knowledge of ranch, life fron\ actual  association so truthfully    does    she  draw the  picture.     Tlie history of  this period in the life of the "lovable  English girl" is, revealed |n a simple  yet fascinating   manner,   whimsically  humorous,   vrhlch   holds the interest  without lapso.    In the foreword, Mlsa  Eliot expresses the   hope   that   the  story way contribute to a better understanding between Canada and thc  Motherland.     That this worthy motive permeates the pages of the book  Is quite evident, and   whether . this  Western JBrapire   is   the   native   or  *ccdopted gountry of the reader, certain  it is that ono's prld'e ahd- love of Can?  jida will be strengthened by reading  this wholesome and captlvaUng story.  BEAUTY OF THE SKIN  Is tbe natural cleBire of every -woman.,  ana   13  obtainable   by the  nee  of. Di*.  Chase's Ointment.   Pimples, Wackh-Jads,  roughness   and   reeJaesa  of ,-th��������������� Stan,-  irritation   send eczema* disappear,** ancl~  the -skin is left soft, smooth and velvety-  ^lAU dealers, or Edtoanson; Bates'���������& Co.;  liimited. Toronto.   . Sam tile f r������e* if vr***  "Hientlon'tiiiS r������pcr. ��������� *" *������" '  INVENTORS -- NOTICE  YOU  can make  money in having tl  IDEA PATENTED.      *\Vo will plr  that  ace  your PATENT before the" proper MANU-*  FACTURERS and BUYERS.      SEND for  FREE LIST of IDEAS to l^ejNVPNTED.  . The  RAMSAY Ce.  ARNPRIOR Patent Solicitors    ONTARIO  ^1.  M^ONEY ORDERS  4f  Pay your out of-town accounts by Dominion Express Money Orders. Five dollar?  costs tlicee cents.  STAMMERING  OT^urncer*ln^ov������coinci>ositl*������ely. Our  natural xnetboda permanently restore  natural speech. .Graduate pupils every-  wbere.- Fr������ea^\Ico mjd literature .  THE ARNOT^T INSTITUTE  KJTClttajBg,' 1-      CANADA  =F  ���������,?,���������?"-'?,������-  Amirievs Pioiteer  Doc Remedies*  ';       BOOK ON  DOG    DISEASES  ������nd How to  Peed  Mailed ��������� Vx--    to    any  Address  by   the  >       Atttlior  H.  C~.\Y   GljOYER  CO.,   TNC:   '  118    \Veif31������t-!ttr**M,  New York. U.S.A.  Specify .  "Imperial" Linotype  r* x  "Imperidw Stereotype  'Imperial" Intertype  "Imperial'' Monotype  Prom the very Btnrt "Imperlnr  Type' .metals found tavor ���������'���������With tho  lending ncw������paperB of that llmfi.  That was because -wo' rceognlzea 1)10  peculiar quality ot, metal necessary .  and experlm-entcd until our rcBultn  satisfied us. That it satisfied others  ���������la satisfying others���������is eloquently  proven by the fact that ^0 per cent,  of tbe Printing Establishments in Canada are consistent and regular users;  The Canada Metal Co., limited  WINNIPEG -���������r,y'0-r, *yy> ^<-ft *���������"   " .^r' t -$,?;  MY'*-?*  s-,r������y?y$--;  IHE  CBESXP&- BBVBBW  THE CRESTON REVIEW  IssushI every Friday at Creston, B.C  Subsoiiptmij: $2.50 a yeaivJn advance.  $3.00 to ILS. points*  ��������� ���������  CYP. Hates, Editor and Owner,  ...        -      ' ��������� : * .    '    ���������*���������*.** ''''.as- ,'     ��������� ���������  CRESTQN,   BOm EKll>AT% FEB.   3  LETTERS TO THE EDITOR  Work for the Association  Editor Review: .;y  SlB^���������I desire   to 'place- before  - your readers some grounds  for the  belief that the Creston Ratepayers  Association oan   perform  a useful  work   for   this   community   ������f   it  -.' tackles its  job  in a dispassionate*  ; judicial  spirit,   for tbe   purpose of  ^ ascertaining just where we   stand  . with   the   Provincial > Government  ':, from a purely   business standpoint?  The ^vefhment ofcrth# day h&s  , been duly "elected, and it .Requires so  . many millions of dollars to meet its  ������������������" expenditures for;the.current; year;1  The question the Association has id J northern  . deal with is not; whetherit could or  should, have, got along witb a small  ���������: er amount*,. tpt_J3olely to- endeavor  ! to have a more convenietnt; date of  payment granted and to-, ascertain  whether the Creston District is be-  ���������:ing called,upon to" contribute more  ' than its fair shave of  the total ex  periditure as   well   as   ta' enquire  whether the assessments are fairly  equalized as between local ratepayers.    And these  are   questions   of  -fact to which all ratepayers should  give attention at all  times, whatever their political faith or  whatever Government may happen  to  be in power. J/*  With regard to thejassessments  themselves, the Act seems clearly  enough*. tol direct - ibe" Assessor to  assess property at its ffair__mark?t  value; not necessarily what theown  <t wants for it, bntYwhatjabuyer  would pay for It. You "<6aii't boost  the market price! of any article be7  yond what the buyer is willing to  pay, although there may be some  i idividual exceptions, it-h probable  that the average of the assessments  all around this year are less than  the market value.  At the same  time it is possible  that the assessments here  average  NOTICE!  Ladies' Shoes, half-soled  75c.  Men's Shoes, half-soled   z$LOO -  Boys9 Shoes, heM-soled  SOc. to 75c.  Rubber Heels, edl sizes  attached, 40c.  higher than they do in the other  unorganized districts of the Province.' For Instance if Mr. Ferguson should assess the property in-  the Creston District at an average  of Hfty per cent, of the market value, and if iat the same time the other Provincial Assessors should  assess real, estate in the rest of the  Province at twenty-five per cent.-of  the" iharket' valve, the Creston District would ������be, paying , twice the  amount of its fair proportion of the  taxes.  i - t  This is a   very  important point  and if the Association could get together facts showing thatvproperty  in the rest of the Province was be-  i lg assessed at a lower rate than in  Creston, the Government no doubt  ~t  wotld be willing enough to instruct  the other assessors, to raise their  assessments to conform with the  scale that obtains here. And it is  possible tbat'thigbt lead to a lower-  |s������ecr q9 the r&t*e of; taxation on rss.1  property.   '     - ~ ���������  We have been given to understand that there   are   millions .of  acres of unimproved  lands; in the  part of the Province  in  Menls   Shoes going  wholesale prices  at  And a redaction in price on  all Harness Repairs  JOHN JOY  Creston' Shoe^ & Harness  Repairer  ���������Shop: North of Grand Theatre  IVI ILK  Rich In Butterfat, and iron  Tvtoreolin-tBStM Caws  7 Quarto or 14 Pint* for ft.00.  CREAM FOR SALE .  Half-Piiib Pint Quart  20c 3So.  tfOc.  MOUNTAIN VIEW RANCH  WAUTEK V. JACK HON  ptivate ownership that should be  assessed as wild land*. If the assessors in. that part jofv the Province  have failed to- do their duty and  assessed these lands at a lower pro-  portianate rate than that at- whioh  similar'lands are.assessed here, in  that event the owners of those  lands are escaping their fair share  tr. the b,urden of taxation and put  ting it on the shoulders of the rest  of us.  It is desirable* that a financial  statement should be prepared showing how muoh revenue the Province  as a whole obtains under each item  of taxation and how much the Creston District contributes under each  such item for  say the years 1919,  1920, 1921/ and the estimates lor  tbe-year 1922.    Frcm such a statement one could learn exactly what  per centage of the total cost of the  ^Government is heing   contributed  by our District.  In the editorial pagejrf the Review o. the 10th. instant figures are  given -Showing the expenditure of  over $80,000.00 by the Provincial  Government in this District on  roads and bridges during the years  1919, 1920 and 1921 or an average  of abont $30,000.00 a year. On go  ing over these litems there are certain amounts^ that should not be  charged up to the Creston Distriot,  or in other words, if our District  were organized i&s a municipality  the Provincial Government would  notr-expeoji the municipality to pay  them.      ;  * -For. instance it is stated that during those years the sum of $30,000. ���������  00 was expended in new construction on the road between Goatfell  and Kuskanook. Forty percent oV  $12,000.00 of this amount, if it has  not been paid, will be paid by the  Dominion Government, and therefore in an accounting between the  Creston Distriot and the Provincial  ���������  Government the latter should not  be credited with this forty percent.  In addition as this road is a part  of the trans-provincial highway and  of benefit to the whole Province,  the whole coat of it should not be  charged up to the comimiuities  through whioh it happens to pass,  am) if the Creston Distriot were organized as a municipality itisprob  able that the Provincial Government woiidl not ex|>eot this District  to contribute more than one half of  the balance of the cost of the road,  or $9000.00 out of a total expenditure of $30,000.00.  Also the whole -coat of the Goat  River bridge at Brickson should  not he charged up to tbe Creston  District The Provincial Govern  mont owns ar large tract of land  *onth ol Goat River on t^ijit no  taxes are levied and which it libelling to both returned soldier* And  the market value of this tract it is  only fair that a certain proportion  Of its cost should be charged up to  the PfoyinbS&lGov^pnmeafc, and thes  balance only to this Distriot. -  In ther Review' of the 27th instant we are told that 1 gentleman  who is intimately acquainted with  the matter escimatfesthat $150,000.*-  00' liaB Jaeeln expendedZpi} public  works in'this 'District ,4ip��������� thp labfc  four yej-ura. , It would be interesting  to know just how 'this gentleman.  * *��������� ' t    X '    4   ������������������ 0.        *  who is .so   intimately   acquainted  with the matter,   arrived ���������������������������'���������at-- this  amount. ' "'*-������������������ ,  *. ������������������  Apart from the items =m������king up  the $80,000.00 odd above inentidned.  the balance' as made manifest in  works" is not visible fcofche naiWed  eye of tlie - ordinary resident and  one can't, help wondering .if this  $60,000,00 odd more of public? works  has been serf drifted in the Fourth  Dimension of Space, -- However one  should always try .'to be fair, and if'  the -gentleman will eouje forward x  and publish his figures in an itemized statement it would be possible  to determine whether they are. correct or not.  There are'other more or less invisible expenses of Government to  whioh preston should contribute its  share, namely, the general legislative and administrative expense sof  the Province suoh as the admi nia-  tration of justice, tho interest on  the Provincial debt, -the cost of the  P.G.E.,N and departmental expenses generally.        .    '  To offset that"the Government is  obtaining revenue in   this District  from sources other than the assessments on real and personal property and the income tax, as  we are  charged  up with expenditures on  roads and bridges, as far  north as*'  Kuskanook, jit would be rational to  describe the boundaries  of our district as the' ar&Pljpftig  south of a  line extending, due "east from Kus  kanook  to  t|ie .boundary between  East atid West Kootenay, and due  west of  Kuskanook  to the divide  between   Kopteiiay Lake and the  Salmon River.    -  The following is a list pf of such  other sources of revenue as have  occurred to me: Rental of timber  Leases; stumpage^on timber; motor  oar licences; trading,licenses of one  kind or another; hunting and trapping licenses; amusement tax, police  court fines; tax oh Yprown granted  mineral   claims; < miners'   licences.  and recording feels,   iafcfd "registry  ���������������������     ,,...���������.,.,........ ���������������������������,?. ��������� -.  office fees, general legal ..feet. (la.w;  stamps) pn administration 'of'Z estates aijd actions at law, land .sales,  fees for water licenses: and rentals,  grazing permits, and feefor cutting  hay on crown lands and .poll 'tax.  The revenue obtained from some of  thei above sources is small, but I am  of opinion that if the figures were,  obtained the total* would be sur-  prisi ngly large. e������  .  TPhe ratepayers phould have these  figures, and thee Association would  deserve the gratitude of us all if it  eftoured them and publiahed a statement shovying tKe amount of revenue ; raised in this district under each  item, and,also the expenditure ori:  public works and'the jproportion  that should be charged up to this  locality, and an estimate "of oiir faijr  share of the , general cost 6f tbe  Provincial Govornnient.     '        ,   ,  Until suoh a ^tement is published Assertions to the efiVot that  this distriot haa bad value for its  taxos in goad measure.; pressed  down, shaken togetlieranarunning  over are premature. There* !s a  general impression that if we had a  rural community our taxes  would  ,   * -      le  be considerably lotyer.  Surely it is possible for the ratepayers to got together without political raroor or Hooding thc community with political propaganda  And endeavor to asoertain whethor  It would  lie lietter business  to re-  corporation    as     a  Every   intelligent  community,  under-  oitizen  stands that if a:Ymuiiicipality were  organized'only a portion qf the var  ious sources of , revenue, indicated  above would,be turned oyer to the  municipaiil^*;, and ;\ the others would  confcinue*.to" be paid into the Provincial treasury. *.   ,  ' G. A. M. XOtJNG.  *<v,- -.  5?   Wf^Sir������MlAi%#  in    MM4*g*m\       g  ii mil it am n mm a  "^^Tr*-'  "If you, wai$Y&* real, job donedn ypar Ford take- it to*  Creston Auto & Supply," has become a slogan  ..  with Ford owners for'miles- around.  rn. m       . m      -tt  * f ��������� .   4,     '    '  t -.      *     -   ��������� ' .  A complete stock of Genuine Ford JParts always on hand  and as^SP o^ mechanics "raised on the Folrd"  Xlxxv-l  namifol'iAn  SKfACX    l������oi*f������*>     k*tft ������*&A*xA   i'r*i-^  -f vi    xaxah\,    vjijmtvjcv^vjt  ,V*A  i*r***nm*i.4, **fin.������������'  xmSJXrXj'XixmMxl      JX\J10  vdoing-.������'better job in le^s timetuanlt;*tsa^<\ly  takes..  xjr< ?    r V������  V*  civilians.     An this bridge inoreaaes  ni^n as we are or to apply for iu*  you ba^ ijo,t.,yet experienced tftis **better service" per-  ,mifc4ks.'*toy suggest that you do so without delajf.    ^  Without-any-obligation v to you we will be glad  ^   te giirer-jfou an estimate for anything from a  minor-Ire^air 16 a, complete overhauls of either  '���������ZZ' your Ford Car or Truck.       -.  . "  Run yoiir car in now, before the Spriag rush starts.  *  Greston Auto  &> Supply  JR.S. BEVAN, Prop.   .^  Y".xl.  y ��������� ���������;  "^���������m.  We" areyOffenpg Special  yaliteswiti tfeesep**"^  .rfrrx- -Ki0v tS-j^rf hW*f^jj-yy?B.fr**-i(i'>    .j  s  e*������,-'  jX-l.r I  F L AN NFXETTE-S  " ��������� :White, at 20c., 25a, 30c. yard  Striped, 82 and 36-inch, at 30c yard.  Orey, at 30c. and 35c. yard.   *  Honey Comb.Quilts, 72 x90, $3.50;  Cambric, 36 in. wide, at 21c. and 2Sc.  i  -at      ICaf  a   *r;tt������^ ������    IfTif'r?   ���������*���������>������������������������������������������������������������a  fi-nicV*     %f~  ~aai+avx**a.     mr ���������xa-  tn  ���������**���������"��������� tt e>  Crompton's a la Girace.CQ^ete  .'���������-/iChild'sv'-^MiS^es a!ncl Womeln'lsr SHo^ r  Mahogany^  EMrown * and y G^iiniet^ ��������� leathe^ *  high  tops.     Childs',  sizes ?4" to/7Ji $2.65.     '  Misse^ll to 2^,14.35;   Women'i3fc6;7,$5;25 ,,;  '-���������:': ��������� [zN  These goods are made of th-g best ;'IVm^v^tfc!^,'attd-  are freshly made goods.-y-?l~-il widths iti s������6cfe  y  m. i  Scotch ,Fi]ngering/}.4'^ $1 ^ 5  '      '*     ,'.''" '������������������,���������''*.' *'     .- '     ' !' *        .       "V"',,'     -iy.   " i   !',,;     ':,; ���������   ,*.;       :^':        ���������  y.  Monarch, Cozey and Belding's Austt^lfeine ,;  ��������� ":'���������-',   Sweater Yarns,   *. ^.W^^thy  3=**:  as  1  Sleighs and Cutters. / .^Teaiiidi Sleighs  Single and Double.Harpess and Supplies  Several Sets  of Second-Hand Harness  Coal and -W<v>d For Sale.      7  -..-. -ii ':-zzri*'J*i--Zm.-.' '���������������������������'���������  MM *%������        LmULWittmktm^m.s^Mmx-ML ^LWlWm ������������������  Phono He .\;. Qit&BT.liviiy,^ THE CBESTON BEVIEW  . ���������?  W"^&xT-*T<c{-yiiC   *"r F������������������m*  w������   graze  ^W4*^V?sA^be ^yownffc-tnge within-  -^The ladies' benevolent society ������t  Jgernje is ,so prosperous .thafc it, canv,  afford to invest $400 in Victory Bonds.  -** Mayor, , Henderson clairgs .that the  Penticton is now lighted by electric- city. of fernie last year had a total in~l  ity'from thi*. big plant at Bonnington come of $11 ljtoO/and after tak ing care^  Falls.        __  ,$$&**?* JW������S.. collected   ip .customs  ���������*  Y  l-n*'  the Distriot, Forester at Willjums-t  Like. Cranbrook, Prince George,  Kami-tops, N*->l*nn. Prince. Rupert,'  Vancouver, Vernon, or w<th,.lt?k Commissioner of Grazing, Department of.  Lands at.Victoria, B.C., on oir before'  March 31, 1922.  Blank forms upon which to submit  applications may be-obtained from  the District*Forest*** af ihe'&boye  named* 'tWces- or * from the -.Depart  i- .jO~  ofjja  ment of Jjatfd������< Vtoto&fc;-3. k      -���������-* *  The grazing of livestock ,on the  Cr6wn Range without peimit'constitutes trespass,. pnriiibited ny law.  ^,   g. r.;nad'bk;v ,  '    -     Deputy Minister o|: .Lands.  Department rif .Lands, Victoria, B.C.  January 0, 1922. ���������W   *  ,'                             ..w.-;.  ���������rrs ���������if���������zr,  kt  iml Orange L@fSgs.iie, 20f55  Meets THIKt> THURSDAY of  each   month  .at" M������4-fi3!ijb'!eA   ^  Efeill.   Visiting brethren cdt-di-  ally invited. ��������� -.,  '     ERIC OLSON, W.M  &, fflirstheffi  BopaMn������  Guaranteed for 6 months.  Secondhand Store in connection  .-tn    - utfth business   v  ..<*���������    _...  S-  *   Synopsis of  land Act kmitiimtomk  0.     '-rrv  ^vv.~X' VJ0,'     -* .    .       ',.  r -rf*  OV*1' *-~J *  mUh. ������f  ttrst-classYiane  raaucad fo $5���������an acre; second-class to   '  $3.60 |i*rir<i^e.T~   -y',r~y    "'1  Pre-emption  now'** eeonflne^d-* to snr-  veyed lands only. ���������,  Records wWJtotj-aWt^roverinft-ttnly  ������55n?a8 **2r , adjacent   pre-emptions ,������  with joint fesitience. but each making  necessai7 lmproveinentii oe.ttarp~etiyey  claims.        t*..*,-/-' if;,-'   p*\   *-. . *   *  Fre-emptnM miw* ������������&&? 'OikmsuT for* -"  uv������������ years and make Improvement*, to  valu^of ii. per aera ineliidtn* clear- '  before receiving .CtawjJ GrSnt,^: -F^*  where pre-emptor In -occupatfon-.nQt  less than 8 yeare^antf has made pwf-  portlonate Improvements', he may. -1  cause of Ul'health; or btWr &trt������;  granted intermediate certificate or "  he-  be  lra������  ftfe-be-  orj  cant makes .improvements, to extent ol  ?800 per annum and records same each  year. v Failure to make, improvements  or record same wjl| operate! as for-  ffitu&- ���������'SH? cannot be obtained in  'SP^W-PUS >������ars. and imnrov������-m������n!������  u* 9iv.utr par acre, including fi1 acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  ������������ at least 8 years are required, fe  Pra-empto*. holdlni./e8wwn. grant  may record*an6t^������r pre-emption,l������he  requires land In conJun������n������on with hla  Withvthe band supplying music the  skating rink at Grand Forks is enjoying the biggest patronage in its'history." .  Kaslo, .Vernon and Greenwood, ar������  among the cities that re-elected tl?e 19-  21 council for another term by acclamation.   T      -  _Y :  During all last, year official report  has Jt that there were only 46 days on  wnich the sun failed to shine at  Vernon. 1 t    "Vernon expects to receive at least  .$5000 p<\������ year.as<its share of the profits on the^ government sale of liquor  in the ptpvmcp. t  Thfe News Years' nig^t ofance 'at  Fernie v/ss t^o most successful **^opss  the town has ever h������������4, the gross in=  take being almost $500.  A oouple of  trappers  operating  in'  the Slocan are repos-tfa?, to here taken  $1400 wOrth.of'inarfeen skins previous  to the end of December.  ��������� ~~ " it 1 y  The ladies lodge of the KnighbTpf  Pythias has been brought back into  existence at Grand Forks, and starts'  off with a membership of 30.       N   '  Cranbrook Presbyterians have jnst  unveiled a soldiers* memorial tablet  which shows sixty names, ten of them  of men fallen in the great wj^jr. _,  Assuredly there is no lack of pep in^  the-married men at Kaslo. Already  this season they have beaten the bachelors twice in succession at faockev.  A      * ��������� , -i.  ���������^The school children at Revelstoke  'are depositing about $200 a week in  the saving'departments of the thrge  charted bgnjes in that town at present.  This,winter  has   been   so  unusual  even at Kaslo that the council is con  tillering; th^.p^rciiaSe  of an , eiecti-ic  ���������machine for thawing out frozen water  pipes. - y -   %  0.. j;        s~    - --*���������       - j   -  Though doink away, frith the team  .^-he^^n^iinyini? a.motorflre trftek  Fernie cfaitnsfco'lfave^saved, $110*0*61������  t^eopet'ation of the fire department  lastVear.^   ~  *\     . - *   hir  3y a s:irp!:;3 cf just two -votes over  the requisite two-thirds of the yote������  polled .Cinhbrook decided in #tvor of  proceeding wi^h tha*. erection of the  new 860,000 school.   .  "The board' of trade at -Penticton'  would like tbe postoffice department  to place half a dozen drop letter boxes  at different..locations throughout the  town at Penticton.  of jilt-jexpenditiiresthi' .city -treasury  has a surplus of about $20,000.  t     ^   ������rrr   .      ,..   ,     ,  . At- a ^.ell.attf^ded meeting la^t  week,ther,������^CHlt'.<ral association^was  Revived at Grand ^FOrks af.ter being  dorniant almost Wix years, and it is  likely ~i fall fair will he held this year.  ' Ap balopticop lantern has just been  Wd-sdtofche equipment of Penticton  school. The machine will reproduce  on a screenxphotographs, films or pictures cut from illustrated magazines.,  Un weder/to discourage^ the owner of  oiqe ortiyp cows '^rom going into the  ipilk delivery husinessin Ora.pbropk'it  is nossibfe the dairvman's license" fee  i. - -. .* 0- .   .  may be raised as Jiigh as $50 per ann-;  nm.    _ ;-'- ".        ^   .       " j  " Althoiijjfi the. coal bill was almost,  $2000 higher than in any''previous year  jstHS the Eernie electric light plant wiii  abow.������ psoflt of g^tX)Q on 1821 oee*--j  ations. 5 Onr the jvater supply, the ^ity  cieanedfupover $9000.  CoMprieheiisiy^ BajiMng Service  *.���������./' W&atev^ yewig franfcfng r^niremenfs may l>e, any  one of t!a������ 210 branches of tbts Iwiik esa serve yon  vSAt^factorl^/  From $ ssaaS jpessoBsl 'savla^' aeeoost, to a volume  - ei tori^gn^ehmge, or- tsem eoUeetfoas os drafts  to. adtaic������ ttX-z&msig  B������wpi mA adequate.  5J>  ie^���������sstsiea$������ oar service  ne-  IK4PERIAL  c.-w. Atjum,  OT. CMJNAJDA*.  GRESTON BRANCH,  Msosfer.  In his repoj-fc for, 1821 the. chief of  police at .Grai|bropk states that. the  opening of the government liquor store  at-Cranbrook has considelrabfydenreas-  ed.ptlice court business, particularly  in'the line of ������ases.of drunks.  : Although the ladies of theEpglisb  Obiirchat Cranbrook had n*[������ dances,  br'shows of any ;kind to "raise money,  the[treasurer*s statement for the y$$U"  shows that almost as much was gathered in from other' sources as during  the preceding year.^-..e . ,  Although PentlqEoft' has the benefit  of a government? liquor store, the express * company l-esroE-ds-Jp that to^vn  show that about .a dozen citizens have  brought In alquost 600 'cases of liquor  since .the middle of June,' and tiie  authorities are now" going.after th������m  for a tax of 4&percent, wbicli is levied  of liquors imported into tbe province.  granted land.  < , Unsunveyed  asuvkKnau  be obtained after fulQUingreai-  areas  leased  timber lii?*  may be pu  pr"-      *    "  ml? be purohaseawofl  a^mentofVat^umpBg-i:  Natural hay nujfadl  by exlqtl  on  le''  ������w^:inMceMMirt*le'  hot exceeding  ���������oondUlpns inelu  ��������� Sixty-^ve per  cent,   of  those  who  ;ship through the Oo Operative Growers at Penticton have already signed  tbejfive������year contract  the  O.U.G.   is  asking its' tfj|emb'ers to sign.  ���������    -e** -'      '  Jn order to encourage the owners to  keep the ,Rosstand skating.rink open'  the'council has', conceded. :theiu free  water, and w^ll possibly give then) exemption fHnn "taxes this year.  , Jacob Heppnor was Hned $100' and  given tfwo months in jail as well (pt\  beingrn.t;nlawfnl possession of aVe-:  turiifd soUlierst discharge puiiers and  service bnUoA at O ran brook i  price, Is made  , pne-BMPtoRt*  rj-tjif  purcbas.  ������������������ A-.-.- - ��������� -.  ORANTO  .*XFllj^w*?.n' *��������� formerly,  until one  yxS��������� **&*. U*������> conclusion A the present  &&Z&  ^rown amntsto^j^-purchasars   <a  ^^'J&.^WM0* 'nsste teem-  Crown  purchoaers who.  purclfluie.* involvl  Hliment of condi  terest and taxeg.   ���������..���������w mvt.  era do not olUlin whole of orl  S^L^'SSPSfSISe^^  Where sub-purebju-  Urinal par  cel, purchase price due and (axes may  ,-ORAXINa   .       m    ���������  Oraatnt Act. 1816, for   systematic  te!!������5'J?,-2t <". "vWdek Indusuyp^;    ,  *}*". for twain* ^drstrlota andrang#   ���������  admlnbtralloii   under  Commissioner.  Annual graslng permits-fssued based  llshed ��������� owners.     Stock.owners   may  to tan h������  IN THS SUPREME COURT OF  v BRITISH COLUMBIA.  5  I  Y6\m Pociket  Tl  used- as! a bank' hafe many dis*  iiJtsS^i  ������������  \j.*m.mmJLf~.    r  ^Vr-.0mm2 ^jl tm. .+ '   0Q.0  i������?lCt������    +*.  xfj~\jrt.fX.y ,/s.mtSLU.mm%������.   ������m.   . ������*���������   ... - *m"~-~ r   ������~-  spend on. triS.es or may be^ioss:  orstote^s    ^ ���������      '     ,  Weekly deibosits ia our Savings Bank  fwill acfutaiulate rapidly.      ' * ?   .--."'  ' Small or large accounts are welcome.  I  il  ���������  I  THE CANADlMi BANK  - <  RESERVE FUND    ,    * -        .        $I5.W,000  ^CRESTON BSANC&tS-^ Beoi^'ifoiugw.  i- -  4  mmm  -  " r  ���������r ;.  *    *-  ���������**  \  x  0      -  0* t - *       t -     '  - -sr -  *         m.  1,  r t :-  -  ���������'*.  ���������= y���������  *  V  -^  -  -  G&mtf  >*>.������*'���������������  Between: v.^j.fti.. -***,   --  " HtRDSONJS m������%. COMPANY, of  .' Calgwry, Alberta*        .v->  .,   .j^5B   ^- -��������� :>-Vlaintiff.  GEOBSB"ci4  ^and  FGPPSIi.  -~sz  SOtxsS  MAGNUS ; and ANTOIN-E WAS  CHUN, of Creston. British Colurii-  liia. and HOME SEEKER'S AGENCY* of Creston, aforesaid. ' -*  " ��������� Defendants.  In Chambers ")    Wednesday, tlie  Before His Honor \   25th daj*- of Jdb  Imperirii Lump Gait Coal  \ :-'always in stock.  ���������JTi  and   DRAVING  }  V. '. .*$ ;*!-*;.  -tK-  ���������*.*(  Is tliere any  Meat in the  House? *Z  This is the -first qncs-  tion that presehts itself  to the housewife if an^  unexpected visitor dirops  in for a-meal.   Bnt why  ;.v.  ������,,  Shamrock Brand  - U(i:}l*I*"^i.,**:'i**,-*">*-,.L;'*i"^r-.'!i -.'���������***���������', '''  ante <*nd Bacon  , Finest Quality \  ' Coohe*d\Hf^tn  ' Lunch 'ilftfif ���������"���������  Bplo0na, ~~zc.  are Wways *to iHo had  here. In moats'rtbthtnpr  quite equals' ���������Shamrock*  products,  & CO., Ltd.  w. r  ttmm  Judge Thompson   j    nary, A.I>. 1922.  UPON HEARING ALAN GRAHAM  Esquite", of Counsel for /the plaintiff  herein, and npon.rending the aflSdayit  of Alan Graham*; sworn the 25th "day  of January. 1022;"and filed herein.  IT IS OBDERBJO -thst the plaint!*?  be at liberty to serye the defendants  Poppel and Waschun with a. copy of  the Garnishee Ordet herein by inseiit  inj? a copy of this order.jn the Creston  Review, and by mailing a copy of the  Writ and a copy of the Garnishee  Order herein, by registered mail to the  Hiiid defendants Wuschnn and'Poppcjh  addressed in care of John Magnus, 634  7th Ayenue W., Calgary. Altit.. and  that the said defendahts be allowed a  period  the ser  summons,     .  :;v:., Q. H. THOMPSON. ���������  ;, ;;  *,,"   -  '-���������-��������� t.'K'"'Z-'r~'Z;-- -i  .'.������������������ ���������������Fwcl.ffe.  '"**., ' lit ' ' .'*���������"���������  ���������    ^imwew wm**. ������������������ w*u*������M������'M ilu���������ii i nwiniiim���������ey.������i���������.i���������miiKin   iiii iWi*<������iwmw������������  Notice tc Delinquent Go-Owners  ���������;-''"'""-'-'���������   -ii-.'*:-;-r-*;''/'.'**;'*!'**:  ���������:"?'?���������   ;  ..,,'    RteardiUg the SelUvae Group ef .  \!"Z'-"  .   MineralClaim*   '.'���������',���������;  I OflS**: :������!^iJ.'%fetfiodiWjl^n*������E?' ~\  Phone 56  If huiu UDH-ueiemio \>n miuwcM t-  ���������yotr twenty-one-! <21) days af tei*  [���������vice to. file ^n appearance to the  fNotlce is -.-heraby given that I, Jbhn.  A. .Sullivan* co-qwner with: M^ J��������� JDyer,  Hknnah* E. Larson tihd Charles Han-'  son,' or any .person tb whhhi they may  have*trans%ved an , intotoat - in the  following claims: Canadian Popnoi-,  Golden. Copper. Yellow Motjil. Dili-,  inontl y-OvatiQtti LaVBOx-tYSulljtyilin: and  ���������MiftfXfee^ea >i- Nelwri'hjr','jiiw������f urt.  less? the sdldMte Jv Dyet1, Hannah -E.  Lai-Bon; And; pjnu'les, Hanson, or .uny  Ji'eirauW td,^hbnitheyftnny'hfiv^ tipi-hn'  orrbd an into rcatvvithin tho period of  ninety days from this noticoY pay to  me tb������ flimia shown herewith, said  BuuiB being duo for work done on, anjl  ekp^inses jwdtn���������tm -In oonpcctlon with^  tho development' of the abpye-men*  tlonocl ojiftim?, as fojlows:, ,   .      , ^   ',  Char-loB Hanson, fflfi.OO.    '���������*  fot< this year's iissossment worfc* from  XiXpL, tp Iftai.on nfcid mjnei'ul claims,  together With all costs-pt-'-hie adyer-  tiHOtiM-nt; and _    ^'\?-Z,fZ"-fj^tj.:P- ,:  .Hannah E. LarsoW, ^460.00  for the y^nre! asaossment;%bm? froVtv  ,ip$ ja jW&li oni. fiftld minotal claltp^  togothop with all' costs of this advoi-  tlpemont. I, ', :,*,-������. <?,.?^ '--'���������? Z., ���������.. Z,  >Awd>further take notice tliittiiUless  theae; ������umsaro .p������i|d within the time  abrtvea staled your Intorwtn In the Sftifl  claims will becomo vested in me, yout-  ������6*oWn������n who hits made the required  exp<ondttur*!������ ort ,jm\*% ffilnemT ofiilteii������������  Wder"-Bedtlehi*fe8'*'litidJ'-.4ft'..iof'' the  ,MlnwtttA0t.''.* ��������� y ������������������'>,'! . , '.*������*.> * *-*��������� i  Dated at Kitchener, TE..O.. D������*<j������*mb������������r  99* 1001* ������������������ "���������''   a.AtmttMVAW*  ,r      ��������� ���������-*- \ .-- ���������     4 ��������� ���������   .       -  JMT*  aanasB  ByiLPlNQJVOW  IS THE TIME!  a-.\.  I      No doubt yoti wJU pay more money  for ltithbor aext,year.  WE HAVE -'A ^tiC^JJS^ St^& OF LUMiBER  All kinds of Mouldings and Finish  , ���������- ������~, v. ���������'.������������������;'���������', Shingles and Brick  Asfe uis.'jbovqa'0tGL you price.  */  'VI!'  hUh\l  ;���������*&  'A  Ll  :Jt i*?.  1-^*5-^*;  . -:t'  Z}<L&.  <**;.  ii,,���������-.?���������?  v.',/'*-'^;.vi;  ,-m*  ���������nr  ������mmm.'  ���������    -*'Jrli'  mm  r.K  /  Just reminding you in a quiet way that we can  supply all youniieeds in the Jp������b Printing line, anji  that we^areinZa, position to quote you prices pn  ,r Cciuritto^ Check v Books,  which books' would be  printed vin   a ' western * priritiug  establishment  <*  mmmmSmmi  ���������%  '.1  W, ^H3S K��ViJ��VVV CliEST&N. B. G*.
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Package
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Canada s Needs
* Swedish Aviator Meets Death
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Woman Fell 2,000 Feet In Attempting
Parachute Descent
Blsa   Anderson,   the only; Swedish
Woman to hold an aviator's certificate,
was killed at Askerundl     Four thousand spectators were  "watching    her
make a flight and were .horrified when
Miss Andreson, in^attempting a para-
cfexEe" descent from the machine,' fell
like a plummet, to the eartb..     The
parachute failed to open and the avia-
trix, plunged 2^)00 feet to death. .
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No. 5���Cheaper Transportation
In preceding articles in this series Canada's need of a larger population,
of & return of agricultural prosperity, of world markets for its produets, and
of -a greater employment of Canadian raw materials in home manufactures
and domestic use has heen pointed out and emphasized. As one means of
bringing about the realization of all these improvements in."our^national Hf e,
possibly too**great stress cannot be laid upon the question, which forms; the
sibject matter of this article, namely, cheaper transportation. '
During the war years, and for a lime following the Armistice, there��*was
steady and rapid advances in rates charged by the railways of the.'country
both for the carriage of passengers and freight. Rates went up by leaps
and bounds until they far surpassed anything known previous to 1914. ��� ,'No
doubt advances were inevitable and necessary under the unprecedented 'conditions created by the war and the financial and 'commercial upheavel following those* years of destruction. But the eulminative effect has been to place
such a heavy burden upon production and business as to constitute a handicap under which all industry now languishes.
The .burden of excessively high transportation costs must now be removed as a first arid, necessary step to a resumption of that actiyity/tliroughout
the wliole business world which is essential to a return of prosperity- and.
plenty of emplc-Vment foi: all..-    Z. Y - ". _v
. While war-time high prices" for labor'and all" commodities prevailed, business could carry the burden of higli transportation charges Two dollars "a
bushel wheat could bear a heavy freight rate and yet leave a profit to the
farmer, but wheat which realizes a dollar a bushel or less cannot pay 'the
same price as two dollar wheat and still leave a margin of -profit to "the
grower,. ^ And whatsis tr,ue of wheat is equally true "ih- the , case .of livestock
and of all articles of commerce. Yet while* the prices of all articles produced by the farmer have enormously decreased, there has been practically no
decrease in the charges he has to pay to get his products to market, nor on
the necessities of life which he must buy.
The result is that tbe prevailing high transportation charges are throttling business and.ruining tbe producers of the country? Inevitably and ultimately the railways 'themselves must suffer. If production continues unprofitable it will cease, or at all events be largely decreased. Decreased production means less traffic for the railways, and a lowered buying power of
the people which will mean a smajler consumption of the products of the
factories, and a general reduction in business and traffic all round. If the
people are not prosperous, the railways cannot be.        "  ���
The recently, adopted unanimous resolution by the Saskatchewan Legislature demanding a reduction in freight rates, followed, as it is predicted it
will be, by somewhat similar declarations by; the Legislatures of Alberta and
���  Manitoba; the demand voiced l>y the United Farmers" of Manitoba-and Alberta/which will be re-echoed by Saskatchewan Grain Growers;5 the protests
by leading'newspapers in Toi-onto,-Montreal-and other large centresYand the
emphatic declaration by Hon. It. E.Finn, solicitor for the Nova Scotia Government and the Halifax Board of.Trade before the Dominion Hallway Ccri**-
mission, that, "if the Maritime Provinces are "to live industrially, and Confederation itself not weakened, they niust have lower freight rates, all go to
prove that cheaper transportation is the-crying need of the Dominion at the
,  pfeseHttiTtie, and itmust7 be provided withbi|t delay''if wid'esprea
;* possible disaster is to be averted.
In urging-the immediate reduction of freight rates,.there, is nothing antagonistic to the railways- '"< Quite the reverse.     Everybody appreciates the
l fact that the. railways cannot continue if^dpei-ated-at arlp^s. Y It*is to the
interest of everybody that they should* prove profitable and, be maintained,
"���; fully efficient; and that those who ha\fe invested the^ir money -and given their
energy to such enterprises���whether it be private'' individuals or'the nation
.itself���arer'entltled to*a -just return;    "    "���'-       YY   " ��������� .:*.���*���-.���-**-
]'���'        But. if present conditions are not quickly .remedied the railways will soon
I be numbered among the'greates't losers of all*   .The railways will be far
���Ybetter off with an increased*rutd.increasing volume-of,traffic at reasonable
�� rates, than a restricted and dwindling volume at exorbitant rates.      Should
< traffic continue to decline, the railways must lose unless rates are still further
increased to cover such loss of traffic.     Rates are almost prohibitive as it
is, and admittedly are restrictive of business.     There is a point where high
rates operate to decrease rather than increase profits, and that point has.
��� already been reached, if, indeed, it has-not been passed.
It is time for a redaction in transportation charges, and the people are
unitin?r la a demand that such reductions, and substantial? ones at that, be
Ordered. "* .
Do, you feel blue, sickly, heavy,, too
tired to^get up? If so, it's probably
your liver wjhichMs slow, and needs to
be toned and stimulated by Dr. Hamilton's Pills." It's a 'wonderful change
Dr. Hamilton's Pills will make in, a
few days:-* They relieve the system
of- poisonous wastes, "they aid the
stomach? improve digestion, increase
your appetite." You'll feel like ,new
all over after using this health bringing, medicine. Thousands have proved.it. Sold everywhere in_25jc boxes,
or The Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.-
Quick-Growing Trees
Plastic vWdo��!;;t!ew MaleriaS
Very..Valuable,in-Making,Patterns for
��� _ Casting Purposes'
The name "Plastic Wood?' is given
to an extraordinary interesting material recently introduced' by a,British
firm.     It is made of very fine,wood
mfeal mixed with collodion so. as  to
become of the .consistency,   of " soft
putty.     It can be.useftTfor filling-.and
stopping holes, in wood, as it-is exceedingly tenacious and' adheres "firm'
ly to woods of all qualities.-    One-of
its'most valuable "applieationsjs in* the
making of -patterns for -casting. purposes.      It can be-built" up intb-any
form and it sets quite hard so that, it
can be cut like ordinary wood or turn-,
ed 'in the lathe.     It has tlie valuable
quality of being 'waterproof,    and    it
does not warp or deteriorate through
damp.     Plastic wood can also be finished with sandpaper in the ordinary
way, -giving- a  highly glazed  finish.
Nails * can    be driven., firmly into it
without cracking    it.- -<- Perhaps- -tho
only   drawback  is  that  its   adhesive
qualities are so marked that it_sticks
on the hands of anyone using itYThe
manufacturers, ���however,:  supply,n a
special solvent which enables it to be
thoroughly cleaned off the bands.
wesici
1  ai ...w ���
Can Grow Wood f*or
Fuel Within Six Years
Many of the species of trees which
can be use on the prairies are very
rapid growers, for- example, cotton-
wood, willow, Russian poplar, and
Manitoba maple.- It is safe to say
thajt wood large enough for fuel can
be grown from any of these< ti'ees
within six years. After that Ume a"
plantation will increase in value and
productiveness year by year and will
prove one of the best investments
on the farm.���Norman M. Ross, Indian-Head Forest Nursery Station, is
authority for the above.
"My-little son was badly
Tjy pulling a pa'ti'-pf^ boiling water
over himself," writes Mrs.( Albert *
Sawyer, of Midlnntl, Ontario. , " I
called in a doctor, but his ointments*
, failed xo ease the child's intense pain.
I therefore discontinued the treatment
and.began with Zam-Buk instead.
* "This wonderful balm" appeared to
relieve pain almost immediately*, but to
make 3ure I was doing the light thing,
I-called ia i. second doctor. When I
told him what I was using:, he said :���
-��� That's, rfght-^-jitst keep ' on with
Zam'-Bilk, tli.re's nothing so g..od for
scalds'and burns.'
" As -I peisevered with IZam-Bnk all
soreness and- inflammation was' drav\n -
out of the injuries and new skin gradually
formed. It was not long~"before the
Scalds���although so extensive and severe
������were "completely healed."
1 Zam-Buk .obtainable,of all chemists
ind stores, 50c'.'box, is equally splendid
for the treatment of ^Czema, ulcers,
ringworm, piles, varicose sores, poisoned
wounds, chapsr coFd-sores, chilblains.etc.
il
You
the
Sentence" Sinn Feiners
Can. Do   This   by   Keeping
Blood Rich and Red
It is useless to tell a hard working
woman to take life easily^and not 'to
worry.   Every "woman at the head of
a   home;    every   girl in offices, shops
and factories is subjected to more or
less worry.    These worries ���cannot be*
avoided.     But it is the duty of every
woman    and    every girl to save, her
strength as much as.possible, and to
build up her system io meet unusual
demands.     Her ful ure health depends
upon it.      To guard against a break-"
down the blood musl be kept rich, red
and pure.     To-keep the blood in this
condition Dr. Williams' Pink Pills will
be found most useful.    They strengthen the nerves, restore the appetite and
bring   ��he    glow    of health to pallid
cheeks,  ahd  renewed  energy to listless people.     Women cannot always
rest when they should,   but   they   can
keep, up their strength through the .occasional   use   of   Dr. Williams' Pinjt
Pills.     This is shown by the case of
Mrs.    Minnie    Swick,    residing   near
Simcoe,    Ont.,    who    says:-"A  few
years-ago I was in a deplorable state
of health.     My blood was weak and
watery and the circulation poor.    My
appetite was poor "and   what,, food   I
did   take   distressed me.     I was not,
able to do my housework, and often
my nights were sleepless, and headache and backache added to my misery,     I was finally persuaded to drop
other   medicines   and   take Dr, Williams' Pink Pills.     This I-did, and after taking  Lhe pills for a couple of
months I could do my housework with
ease, eat well, slept   well   and   had
gained In weight.    From my own experience   I    cannot praise.these pills
too highly."     ���
You can get Dr. Williams* Pink
Pills from any dealer'in.*medicine,.qr
by mail at 50 cents n box, or six*boxes
for * $2,50 from The Dr. Williams'
Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.
Sciatica's Pain Relieved
.        Quickly by Nerviline
���i. - ^.���������mr
' In bringing quick relief to the Sciatic Sufferer, the best remedy is frequent applications _of Nerviline. Thousands have proved'its success. , Nerviline penetrates deeply, every* drop
rubs right in. ' The, irritated nerves
are soothed and the pain goes away.
Wherever there is Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Lumbago,' or ' Muscular Pain,
the quickest relief always comes from
the.use of Nerviline, 35c at all dealers.
tf    ���*���      	
835,Killed By Autos . %
A report issued by the National
Highway Protective. .Society shows
that 835 persons were killed by autos
and auto trucks in New York' City dur-'
ing 1921. This is 452 more deaths
than in 1920.   '
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* " ' ' Father's "Molecble"*       :
"What   are.  you - studying, now?"
asked Mrs. Jobsori. '        ',
. "We have taken 'up* the "subject of
molecules,".answered lier"son.
"I hope you will be jery attentive
and practice constantly," said the
mother. * "I tried to get your father
to wear one* but he couldn't keep, it
in his eye."
Dye-Any Garment " '  -
Or Oid Drapery
In Diamond.Dyes
You can sometimes1 judge a man's
ability by the' number of relatives
he has to support.' -   --
'Buv "Diamond Dyes" and follow the
simple directions in every package.
Uon't wonder whetfier you can dye or
vim. -t.ucct-ssfuljy, because perfect home
dyeing is guaranteed with Diamond
Dyes even -if you have never dyed before.
Worn, fadfd Ui esses, skirts, waists, ecatLS.
sweaters, stockings, draperies, hangrinfe-s,
everything, become like new-again. -J>ist
tell your druggist whether the; material
you wish to dye lr -wool or sill;, or.
whether it is" ltnen, cotton, .or * mixed
goods. Diamond Dyes never streak, spot,
fade, or run. *     ��.
* .���,        ,���    ��� .w.,.1���      ,m,i*mm
Women earn $10.00 daily, distributing the wonderful ^Medical- Adviser,"
by Dr. Pierce.' Unfolds secrets of
married happiness, often revealed too
late. Y-l��08 page, cloth-bound book,
illustrated with colored plates.,- Chapters on Mother and Babe, Nursing, Accidents, First Aid, What to do in 'Sickness. Retails for $1.00., Free with
instructions to workers.' Sales enormous. Enclose 10c to help pay postage and packing. Medical Press, 648
Washington Street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Blistered Feet, Sore Feet, -Tired Feet,  Bum-
ing and_ Aching Feet., **--
After a hard day's work or a long tramp and
your feet are completely used up, bathe; tliem
in hot 'water, then rub them well with' MINARD'S LINIMENT. It wiii relieve you
and you will never be without a battle.   -
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THIN, FLAT HAlft
I      GROWS LONG, THICK
I AND ABUNDANT
\t>sm^asiVt��St4Stis4>stttsttttmiHt��amMmtmim^
"Danderine"     coats *
only  35  cents  fl- bottle.
Ono application ends all
-dandruff,   stops   itching
and   falling  3��alr,   and,
in - ft,. lew    moments,
you'' hive   doubled,, the*
beauty   ot    your    hair.
It will appear a mtiss, bo /��
so��fr|'lustrous, and easy-y"'
to do' up. - But what will
please- you most will" bo f
after tit ffow~ weeks.use,'\
mmm J*
Whfn Holloway's Corn Kemover ia
applied to a corn it kills the i;oots and I'when you qeevitowrhair*
the  callosity  comes^ out without-In-   fl no and downy at first?*--* *
jury to the flesh."' *   ...--��-! i.-!^k
 ., v^�����           , '"
For Burns and Scalds.���Dr, Thomas'
CUTICURA
| PREVENTS-FALUNG HAIR
If your scalp is irritated, and your
hair dry and fallinuout in handfuls,
try this treatment: Touch spots ot
dandruff and itchtnpf with Cuticura
Ointment and follow with hot
shampoo of Cuticura Soap. Absolutely nothing better.
SeM*��23c. tmmttAt.tttt.'Xtr.ZttkmVk, SoM
throtifchtrot! theDo-minion, Cn����rtI��nP��w*��
Itmtmi, U��<t��e|, 344 St. P������ 9*.. W., M**rt/.*l,
SmW^Cattemts So*i> thmttus m.thtsu.4 mw*.
A Seagoing Raft
A Japanese firm will niako an attempt to raft timber from British Columbia to Japan. Tho raft will be of
tho DuvlR lypo with a superstructure
of oiled logs strongly laced. Twenty
years ago a raft made' tlio journey
from San FranelHCo to Chink; favored
%*mm*ittM*pmmt0mm*mim
Imprisonment for Men Charged With
Theft of Machine Guns "s
Tlie trial of five Sinn Feiners charged with compliclty,#ln the. theft of a
number of s machine guns* ;*ind rlflos
last November from the Victoria Barracks at Windsor and the Chelsoa
Barracks in London, haa been concluded, Two of'thorn were sentenced
to twelve months' imprisonment, ono  \>y oxccpllonal weather.
to six months, and the other two wore              __-   ���..������i_.._il-
discharged.
Minard'e Liniment for Garget in Cows
A Braggart
Do Valera decJarfta that lie will die
rathejr than yield allowance lo tho
nritlfdi Rovfireifjn; but Hie New Vork
Tribune remWrn. the Itu-t thai h<- declared with o'<jual intensity of paHfllon
'that If Mayor MacBwiney'H hunger-
atrlko were to prove fatal he (l*o
Vftlera) would rr-fi��t)o longer lo Uve.~-
Iffunittem Herald.
Eclectrie Oil will take tho^firo out .of
a burn or Bcald. It should be at
i-eand in every kitchen so11 that it may
be available at any time. v Thei$ iff,
no preparation required. Just apply,
tho oil to tho burn or^.ecald and the
pain will abate and.iu^a short time
cease altogether.   '
yes���but really now hairjpj
growing all ovet . ,thd ""���
scalp. '"Danderine" is to-tho hair what
fresh slvowors of rain and sunshine aro
to vegetation. It goes right to tho .roots,
invigorates and strengthens them. Thm
delightful, stimulating tenic helps thin,
lifolces, -faded* hair to grow long, ,tlnck,
heavy and luxuriant*' w
Many good' examples   are   aot,
few of them aro ever hatched.
but
Minard's Liniment for Colds, Etc.
A raro picture may'be one,  that
not well-done.
is
Constipation
Is Relieved
Prompt-Permanent���Kelief
CAKTEU'S  LITTLE  liVER  PILLS*
rarely fail.   Purely
vegetable ���* act
aurtly but gently on tho Uver.
Mother! Clean .  - ' ���
..Child's Bowels With
California Fig Syrup
CORNS
Lift Off with Fingers
Isgctrolty if what
need In trying to tan
doj? with Mr bark,
(i  rtinri would
the hide of a
lie ware nf tim i.um who Ik only
|��on<5'it an im liaH t���� be; he'll be
dlihori'iHl a�� he enn be.
��*aw*^��w*wwe��wi#Wjr
W.   N.   U.   HOC
Minard's Liniment
Etc
for Warts, Corns,
Relleva after
dinner dis*
trtss ���a te***
tiecve !ndige���� ���������_������.
tion; Improve the compltalon
Ibe eye*.
mmtm^mUaammtmrnltf
"friyc
���      fl H      HuuuI^m
m  **��     mJmtltltt444l-    muali^.
I   ^-Wr     fl���"    V"*C
tmml,      J^F 0...   W--***rrrlvti rft^ A^^.
���MiH rill���Small Date-
brf��hten
Even aslck child loves ihe "fruity"
taste of "California Fig Syrup."     IC.
tho Utile >1jongiie la coated/or ill your
child is listless, crotfs, feverish, full ot
cold, or hnB colic, give a teaapobnl'ul
.to oloanse the liver and howels.   In a
fuw  hourfl you can seo  for yourself
how thoroughly it (worlts all the con-
allpatlon polson,v sour bile und waste
out of tbo bowels, and you have a well,
playful child again. * '
Millions of mothers keep "California
Pig Syrup" handy.    The? know a tea- j ly that corn stops hurting, then shoyt>
spoonful todrty saves a sick child to-J ly you Ml't It right ott with fingers.
morrow.     Ask your-druggist for,, geu�� i Truly! Y ���. ?:','::'
nlnn {'California* Pig-'Syrup" which has j    Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of
direellonH for btiblos and children of, "preezono" tor a few cents, mifftoiont
all ages printed on bottle.     Motlier! I to remove every hard corn/soft corn.
You must say "California" or yoir may or corn between the toes, and tho cal*
-.gat an Imitation flg sy^up. ��� lusos,without soreness or irritation,
Doesn't hurt -n bit!      Prop a Utile
"Froozono'' on an aching corn, instontt
ittmamtiAAilltiiim.
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**" """* ***'��� ''���in !H& KEVTEW^ CKESTON, TL Sk  Federal Government  ill Provide Relief  nempio  WESTERN, EDITORS  ~!C?"  O:  i  v������,  . Ottawa.���������'Measures for jthe relief of  unemployment and distress throughout Canada^th'e necessary funds to be  provided by governesjgeneraUs warrants, - have been, approved, "by, the  Federal Government:' "     ���������  The regulations cover the period to  the snd of the current fiscal year",  March 31, and provide federal assistance to ' "municipalities undertaking  civic works'during the winter months;  io municipalities on-account of the'un-  'employment where work <- cannot be  provided, and for the relief of distress  4a unorganized' districts!  A special feature of the regulations-  is "that in the case ot unemployment  of former members ol the Canadian  or British forces now in Canada and  who were-discharged physically fit,  the government will relmburse**muni-  cipal" authorities to the extent of one-  half the disbursements made ior unemployment relief, tho provincial and  municipal authorities to bear the remaining half. . -'  In tbe~case of public works undertaken by municipalities with-a view-  to the relief of unemployment, th������  regulations provide that the- municipality must,bear the normal cost plus  one-sixth of. the extra cost. .The  government ' will. jwiy one-half the  extra cost and the province one-thin^  The  the  Russia May Side  mm**     r;   With Germany  ~~. "** *"     ���������  Paris.���������The      French     Govern  -ment, because of information  received  frbm   Berlin, is much-'pre-'  occupied by what it-considers, the  -possibility, of an    agreement    he-  ���������tweeo    the    German and Russian  Soviet Government with a view to -  forcing consideration of a revision  of the peace treaties at the coming Genoa conference, it was indicated "at the  foreign   office   here.  That office had* been advised that  Earl   Radek, -of the  Soviet diplomatic force, was    in    Berlin,   together with several*   other   Soviet  representatives   engaged    in con-  &3r?y ������*  U. S. Wheat Growers  Have "Plans To  ���������������  Revive Wheat Pool  T������*Vf*Y\f*i*  the German Government.  OKK^ETk^imf****. vsTmr~-e~'sr  ON DRYDOCK  Ford, Publisher of the  Observer,  Esterhazy, Sask.  Xkestock Convention -  CONSTRUCTION       COMPANY      AT  YVANCOUVER    STATE    NO1  \ -  REASON GIVEN  "Vancouver,     B.C.���������In   - announcing  federal   grant is conditional on   that a  formal  request had  been  re-  province    assuming one-third of [ ceived -from the government to  suspend  work  on  the   floating - drydock  here, the Wallace Construction Company stated that "no reason, was given,  * such expenditure and the estimate of  normal cost must he approved by the  federal department of public works.  Where work cannot be provided,  conditional upon the participation-of  the province concerned,,, the -Federal  Government will refund ��������� to a municipality one-third of the disbursements  made on account of unemployment relief. - Soldiers coming: under the  special provisions are not to be  dealt with in this particular regulation.     :  In provinces where * there are un*  organized districts, without -municipal   government" in which' the unem-  - ployment or distress exists and the  provincial government finds it necessary , to   adniiuisier a~system of un-  -   employment   or   distress   relief,   the  Successful Meet of Stockman Is ..Held  In Regina  Regina: Sask.���������With    several    hundred delegates of the various bceed-  -ers'    associations   in attendance, the  ^Saskatchewan    livestock    convention"  held here last week was an unqualified success.     There were sessions of  the wool growers, sheep breeders and  swine breeders associations.    The reports of the officers of these various  organizations show a considerable improvement in the livestock industry of  the province and hold    out    brighter  prospects for the ensuing year.  ~ One of the most interesting features  of the session was the boys' and girls'  judging contests.     About 60 hoys and  Fight Clause In Liquor Act  Montreal.���������The clause in the  Quebec Liquor Act that holds that  a man is responsible for the mis- '  demeanors of his wife ]f sheille-  .. gaily sells liquor, is being attacked by Saluste Lavery, K.C., acting  on behalf of James Ingram, a sailor, who is at present serving a  iTiontii jn jail because his wife sold  liquor while he was on the high  seas. Ingram took, out habeas  corpus proceedings against the  sentence, but these were quashed  by Mr. Justice Bruneau in the.Superior Court. The case has now  been taken'to appeal and the Attorney-General has bcerf called in  to defend th.e clause in question.  -O  TS  OHVI  AUSTRALIAN  A  UN  but that it was understood the, new  ~~i~,-P:~a���������a.- ���������..*...v x_   ��������� _*..   girls from the rural parts of the pi-ov-.  the provincial "government to the  extent ~bf one-half of/such disbursements.   "  administration wished to review the  -S,    *���������  form of contract.  The dock was being constructed  under the drydock subsidies act. The-  subsidy was for four and a half per  cent, on " the cost of the projects,  $2,500,000 for. 35 years. The work  hals not progressed' very far beyond  . j the preliminary stages.  According to reports reaching' Victoria there will, be no cancellation or  suspension of work on the Esquimalt  drydock pending tbe taking of office  by tlje minister..of- public works. Al-  re_ady, $1,500,000' has" been expended  on the drydock and 200 men are employed. .  ince assembled in the city to take  part in these contests, which were under the direction of K. Saville, boys'  -��������� ~g2 ****  and girls' organizer for Saskatchewan.  Professor A. M. Shaw, of the Univer^  sity of Saskatchewan, was in charge  of the judging.  '' Drunkennes^ln Scotland  -London.���������Official Scottish judicial  statistics show an increase of forty  per cent, in persons before the criminal-courts during the last year. Conviction's "fovr'drunkenness number 76,-  000, this total being an increase of  30,000 over the previous year, but five  thousand lower than the figures for  1015 and 26000 lower than in 1913.  The number of juvenile offenders decreased.  8 C. Entitled to  More Members  HEART WOULD-BEAT  LIKE A*-'  TRIP HAMMER  Ileart trouble, has 1>f- late yea������-s be  nomo very prevalent. 'Sometimes a  pain catches you in the region or tho  heart, now and then your heart skips  beats'!" palpitates, throbs, or beats with  "such rapidity and violence you think  it is going to burst. ~ Y.  you   have   weak and dizzy spells,  sinking sensations, are nervous, Irritable and depressed, and   if   you   at-  i   tempt to walk upstairs or any dlstanco  "you get all out of breath. .*.,*,  ; We know of no; remedy thiit will do  so much to make the  heart regain  strength and vigor, regulate its beat  arid restore it to a healthy normal* condition as.wlU      - * Y  . MILBURN'S;  HEART AND NERVE PILLS  Mrs. Chadwlcic, .Delhi,'Ont., writosi  ��������� -*-"I had palpitationQf.jUjo heart,,arta  thi-* leaB'l exercise, such na "going up-  ���������-" stairs bf up a j hill;:niy heart! Hvdjjild  beat lilce a-trip-hammer and at Times  l. was dizzy-headed and had a sinking  ���������, sensation.; asj If my time wore hoar. ,  ' A friend isiugKdBted I try Miiburn's  Heart land Nerve Pills, so I procured  three boxe^nnd by the time the first  ono was used,I began io improve. In  all T Iodic six boxes; and now although  , inmiy 66th year X feel liko a youn&'  girl; no dlswlnessZoi iheart-thuMptngv  and can walk miles without' fatigue,  At time of RicIinoTBfl I weighed 120 lbs.  now I weigh 1BU," '���������:���������>        ?:.,.,y.y  PrlcolCOc a box nt nil dealers, or  mailed direct on rdcelpt of price by  The T. Milburh Co., Limited, Toronto,  .   Ont.- .    ������������������''."���������..���������  Increase in Population Gives Province  Two" Extra Representatives  Ottawa.���������The increase of 130,889 in  British Columbia's* population as  shown in census returns -will also  mean increased representation from  that province in the House of Commons following the next redistribution. At present -British Columbia  sends 13 members to the House. Its  population .of ������23,369^111 entitle it to  15 members, an-increase of two over  the present representation.  Unionists Say  Anarchy Increasing  STEAMER    CARRIED    GOLD    CON  .    SIGNED TO  SAN   FRANCISCO*  BANKS  San' Francisco.���������A gun   fight   with  naval convicts at Pago Pago, Samoa,  was one of the incidents of the voyage  of  S.S.   Sonoma,  which  arrived   here  from Sydney, N.S.W... with $2,000,000  in Australian gold aboard. ���������  . -Fearing    an    attack    on the ship's  specie    tanks," the  Sonoma's officers  opened fire on the naval convicts who  attacked the Sonoma's crew when she  was    in    port "-at Pago** Pago.      The  casualties are not known to the officers who told the story here.  *   On    a    .previous    voyage    ������128,000  worth   of   Australian   gold   was   removed    from    the    Sonoma's    specie  tanks    and    later    found    suspended  from the ship's side under water. The  gold   is    consigned by the Australia^  Commonwealth     to     San    Francisco  banks.  ^Washington.���������-A strong movement  for revival of the United States grain  corporation to pool the wheat of the'  country and purchase it as in the war  period, is on among United States  wheat growers. * ~~Ttfot only is sentiment for this reflected in the agricultural-conference at present in session,  but petitions for legislation are reaching Congress from wheat States.  "* The demand is thattbe government  buy the wheat crop at a price which  will cover cost of production plus reasonable profit. It is probable the  .plan will tbe" blocked in Congress,  though it has powerful support.  Recommendation against any-proposition looking toward price fixing  oa agricultural products was voted by  a subcommittee of .the committee on  I marketing of* farm products in the-  | agricultural bonference. This decision, It was said, was reaches only after a strong fight *by advocates of the  price axing proposition.  Proposals looking to the development of United States' agriculture ^as  a self-sustaining industry^ were considered by the National Agricultural  Conference ���������while its committees continued to work on suggested measures  to relieve the present acute situation  and provide for general rehabilitation.  Reduction of wages paid railroad  labor and of' freight rates -was  recommended by a subcommittee on  costs, '"prices and readjustment. The  committee declared that prices paid  railroad labor and, that of other industries was much greater than returns  received by agricultural labor and that  a readjustment was necessary.  Frenchman Invents New Gun  ��������� S-rce* Mave m������������    ^"ft* tOBlftat  Dublin.-���������The" executive committee  of the Irish Unionist Alliance has  adopted a resolution, in which it- de-,  clared:      ^ ,  "Viewing with alarm the increasing  anhrcby prevailing in Ireland, we are  gravely apprehensive that 'when the  crown forces have been withdrawn  there will be no Reliable proteciion  for life and property." (  Turgt  wor:  Calgary Wants New Post Office  Ottawa.���������The need of a new post  office building in Calgary, Alta.,-was  ged upon the minister of public  ks, Hon. Hewitt Bostock, by R. C.  Marshall, -Liberal member of the Alberta. legislative assembly tor Calgary,  who was one of a deputation appointed by tho'maydr of that city to conifer  with the-Federal authorities asking  that this work be proceeded with.  Consideration Y of the request was  promised'by tbe minister."  *       No Unemployment In France  Montreal.���������Zephyrn Hebert, ex-  president of the local board of trade,'  addressing the Wholesale Merchandise Brokers' Association here, asserted that there was practically no unemployment in France, a country from  ���������which he bad just returned.. Everyone there was working and .as a result thci-e was a gradual rehabilitation  of the country, despite a, burden, of  taxation that made the Canadian income tax look tiny. ���������  *UIH������)IOMUW    pjiCf   A ������M.������ii<G  Manitoba Legislature Will Be Asked  For $50,000  Winnipeg.���������For the purpose of combatting the grasshopper plague  throughout' the province during the  coming season the Manitoba Legislature will be asked to pass a vote of  $50,000, J. JT. Evans, deputy minister  of.agriculture, has announced.  During last summer", when an identical amount was set aside fbr this  work, the menace had been controlled  with tho damage almost negligible,  Mr. Evans slated. With the advent  of spring, "however, there Is little  doubt but that grasshoppers will appear in old affected areas as well as  in new districts.  Engineer   Claims   It   Has   No   Recoil  When Fired :  "_ Brussels.���������Le Soir says that experiments will begin at jLiege, Feb. 6, with  a new gun -which, if it fulfills expectations, will have world-wide-bearing on  ordnance.    The invention is that of a  ���������     r r.i x      ���������"0  . >  Freneli engineer, Delamare Miize, who.  will direct the tests. ' There is no re-  coil^when the gun Is fired, eonsequent-  .ly iir is, expected io eliminate the  brake and skid devices. -It will haye  .the same povrer'as other guns its size,  with only one-third of their weight.  Suggests Reducing Armies Y  Washington.-rThG Allied nations by  revising tho treaty of Versailles and  reducing their Armies, even to a reasonable extent, not only could meet  the lnteorst payments of- their' debts  to tho United Stales but pay part 'of  ���������tlio principal air1 well, Senator Borah,  Republican,' Jdajib, declared In the  Senate." Ho^was 'discussing the, Allied debt rofundfng bill. "  Give your local merchants a chanpe.  ;Buy'*dt*h'oni'ei''' .'������������������ ',YV "���������"''  S3  W.   N.   U.   1405  Riflee For Russia  Stockholm. ���������-- Swedish- newspapers  assort that a plbt has ��������� been * revealed  to ship Into Riissla 300,0.00 armyt rifles  alleged to hayo been sold to..'the Soviet authorities through Swedish ln-  termediarlea. The rifles aro'said;to  have come originally- from Germany,  but are bellcjvod to jhavo been held in  Teacher Says She  Founithera Good  Miss   Thereault Yprais^- Dodd's  Kidney Pjflls      {ip.,.-^  Popular New BrunsyvlpK Lady Furri-  Ishes Some of "the : Reasons Why  Dodd's Kidney Pills   are   Suffering  Women's Best Friend,    ���������  Upper rokemoucho, N.B.���������������������������(Special)  Y-Ml can  conscientiously   recommend  'Dodd's. Kidney Pills to alLpersoris afflicted   with   any ��������������� foript f of   kidney,  trouble.''.' ���������    ��������� *��������� ,-.YVY. 'y * P-'Z ������������������.���������������������������'  So says Miss Alice Thereault, the,  .popular school teacher-here, And Miss  Thereault adds tj>at"she"itnows out of  her own experience that,Dodd's Kidney   Pills  are good.    "I havo experienced great benefit from tble medi-  ���������bine Binco I havo been troubled with  kidney trouble.     I- always got good  results from using them."  y Dodd's .Kidney   PJUs   are   Itnbwn  from one end of Canada to tho other  as   suffering   women's "best   "frlcfnd.  Thoy are purely and simply a kidney  remedy.     Thoy strengthen   the   Jtltl-  neys t6 do their full work of straining all tho Impurities out of the blood.  .Sound kidneys mean good health,  Ask your neighbors ir Dodd's Kid  The Prince At .Mysore  J-eohdon.���������The Prince of Wales  everywhere In the state of Mysore,  Southern Indiarhas received an enthusiastic welcome, even from the Mo-  Immmedans, according to information  reaching" the India Office.       Y   ,  The "result of the visit of * the  Prince is declared to have been particularly gratifying after the non-co-  operators' ���������'activities of last aiitumn  and the"Klialifat activltiesin Bagaloor  during tho past two years. ,  Winnipeg Woman President ���������  ~Winnlpog.---������At .the annual meeting  of the Canadian"Natlpxial. Institute for.  the Blind, western division, he'ld here,  Mrs. W.; Sanl'ord Evans,, of Winnipeg,  was chosen president for tlie ensuing  year.'. ,..."   "' '������������������*''        '"p     - ".*.-;  Probata Sir Arthur's Will  London.i-The will of tho late Sir  Arthur Pearson,- founder of tho St.  Dunstanis.^InstItutIon for the Blind,  has been probated. -The estate is  valued at ������0-1,000 and la left entirely  to the family. ���������  In a saving of one hundred thousand  storage in Denmark for some time,   j WOy"plilsTao not make sound Wdneyi. pounds annually.  To Discharge 3,000 From Dockyard  t^ndon.-^Nearly three thousand  men aro slated for discharge from  Rosyth Royal Dockyard during the  next three months.    This will result  More Employment In Britain  London.���������A quarter of a million  fewer people were registered in Great  Britain on January 17, as wholly unemployed, than were registered six  months ago. The- present total is  nearly 2,000,000. The number "of  men employed on government and  municipal schemes and emergency  work totals 124,000.  SPARKLING EYES  Follow  Good  Health  Londjon, Ont.���������"1 havo taken Dr.  Pierce's Favorite Prescription and it  has proved a  beneficial tonic.  After, having typhoid fever I was  in. a "Very weakened condition,  could not regain  my strength, so I  decided to tako  the 'Prescription'  and by the time  I had taken ono  bottle I was completely restored to health and  strength. Dr. Pieree'a Favorite Prescription caa be relied upon as a  builder and strengthening tonic."���������  Mrs. John BUulor, 225 Clarence St.  IF  YOU'RE  A  YOUNG   WOMAN  OR EVEN IN MIDDLE LIFE  Here U Son* Good Advice for Yoa  From a Promln-Bnt Woman  London, Ont^'When I reachei  middle age I was In very poor health,  was rundown, nervous, would have  fainting spells and heat flashes, I  was a physical wreck. I tried many  different modlclnea but the only  medicine that gave ue any Teliet  was Dr. Plorce't Favorite Prescription. Beforo I had taken a bait hot-  tlo X was feeling like a different  rr*on���������the more I took the stronger  got. What .'Favorite Prescription*  did for mo I am sure It will do for  other women at this critical period of  life it they vill give lt a fair trial."���������  Mrs. U.U. Taylor, 669 Hill St.  Better go now to your neighbor*  hood drag store and obtain "Dr.  Pierce'* Ftrortt*_PM0Oriptlon la  tablet* or liquid. Write Dr. Pleroe'a  Invalid* Hotel. "Buffalo, N. Y., tor  free medlbtl advice, or send 10b for  if tablet* to J>r. Pierce'*  Laboratory h Brldgeburg, pat.  trial pkg. of tablet*,  mm    ,'    '   tt *        *      *   '    $r+  '<M  THE  CBESTOX BEVIEW  Fob   Rent���������-Suite  of  four  rooms.  Enquire Mawson Brothers.  = ��������� "        -        1 :  Desk For SAi/^-Rolier top  desk,  in good shape, $20. Mawson Brothers.  Try the Drugstore First  COLD WEATHER is  Hard on the  \mjUU&  i~!i  but  * x * ^  How About Your Hands  Yes9 and Your Face, and Lips-  Cracked?   Sh! are they "Chapped?  y ��������� ;���������   . ' .  1    ���������if so, see us at once.    We have the*  goods to  fix 'em:   Lotions, Creams^  '    Try  Local and Personal  99  Birth���������On January 28th, tojdr. and  Mrs. Angus Calueron, a son.     -    %'  WANT������l>-^-Flat totf-desk, about 3jx 4  feet.   Enquire Mawson Brothers.  WANTED^-Furebred -Barred Root  rooster. "* J; W. Vaness, Creston.  '*  Fob SALE-^Tables, chaias, utensils  tools, etc. Oan be seen air Stanley  liyatson^.Victoria Ave."  OoiAUErPtrps Tob-'Sale���������Just four  ofj&hem, purebred,  $2 each While they  ast.   S. Moon, Wynndel."    *  Commencing Wednesday both black...  smith shops in "town put their business operations.on & strictly cash basis.  home of Mrs. G. * Oartwright, at which  the intake was in the neighborhood of  $8. .   ' ,    .      -'     '  The concert Mrs. Garland is arragg*.  ing for Friday evening, Feb. 24th. will  be largely in the.natuve of a first class  vaudeville ih which most of the local  musical and entertainment talent will  "- .**  take part.    - ���������     -���������..._     -   , -  In announcing, the improvements  that will be made by'-ttje C.P.R. at  points west of-Winnipeg this year,  Vice-President Coleman states that  the, waiter supply system at Creston  Will tie-rebuilt during 1922."  latter part of the,week, an/L>are intending to make jybre|i^tCTlr.*manent  home in Cresttrtf .TaileV. . At present .  they are occupying the new cottage  -TrW. Edmondson erected last fall on  .his ranch on the. hill. - s  The rather severe weather that has  prevailed the past month Is bringing  the pheasants to the ranches on the  outskirts-of the town in. quest of food. ^.  This isthe first time they have made., \  an appearance of this sort since 1916,  but the birds dp not appear to be as  t .nuinerous as on that Occasion.  Powder.^ etc.!  us.  BEATl It-UATWAY, Ltd.  We give Quality and Service here  i"  t>     *    .  Spring Goods are Beginning  to Arrive Already  Weather ; prophets  may disagree as  to whether Spaing  will be early or late, but a look through our Dry  ;     " Goods section will convince that Spring wearables are available..right.'iiosir. , This week we  call attention to a full range of  "'Sunshine57 Silkoline Hosiery .  I i, for the ladies.    Colors:   Bro^n^ Black  auu  tktx.;  VV UILiS.  PURE  Colors: ..White, Silver, .Black, Brown  and Cordovan  MAWSON   BROTHERS  I  Better Service  General Merchants  Lower Prices  Fob' Same���������Two, /storey,   six-room  frame   -house    on   Victoria  Avenue  Beautiful - view.       Enquire ' Review  Qffice. iL-~_ - .  P6ui/m>-f Fob'Sajle���������11 Vtftyit������ Leg-  horns, one-year old,'1920 prize winners.  First-class breeding stock. Haqn,  Creston... v-_ ���������-���������**-<.  Evangelist Roper is' expected, here  this month to undertake a two weeks'  'series of revival meetings in ������he Methodist Churx-h.  -Fob   Sale���������Three-quarter    Jersey  cowj 4 years old,,due in  March; also  one tnree-quarter Jersey heifer,  due  in April.    W. V. Jackson, Creston. ,.  ' ~Z '    ' *  -  * *  Presbyterian   Ladies' AjcHreniind of  their St. Valentine's Tea and sale >of  home cooking in Spiers' HaJU on Tuesday afternoon; 'Feb'.   14th, .3  to   5.30  p ui. ** ",,,jl "   \  Fob Sale���������Lady!s and boy's heavy  winter coats, baby's carriage lap i-ugs������;*  Also^vatTer'power-w'asher, new.     Can  be seen at R. L.* .FwJayson's, next Re-  View Office. .       v  At the 0<mfeeryative Association  j meetibg tm Monday night Major JVIal  lapdandafrie wafe i-e-eiected.'presicle*nt.  l^hj$rgfWH*s>jqoitfe'' ia delegation from.'  * iii^?r.i*j -attehdah'ee. -    '  Forlfie iiVst* time in at least three  years there js h good supply, of local  ice,'and both the budij^ess firms as  well as the ranchers are stocking up  heavy with the fr-p/,e,n fluid.  Banff dance orchestra haye bills up  for a dance in thf Grand Theatre ballroom on Mouday, evt*ning. Feb. 13tb.  This will likely Ipe their last appearance here until after Easter.  The plasterers   have   arrived   from  -Nelson  and  are  busy putting ein the  interior finish at   the " rectcn-y.      Rev.'  H. Varley hopes to be ocebpying the  place by the Jend of the month.   *���������   **���������  Creston appears to haj^e e-Jeri inp^e  boxing talent than a year Ago, arid U  is more than likejly another jbo^ipg  tournament will be staged 'in the  Grand Theatre early next month.     -.  Fob Sale���������Galvanized   water ,ci������������-  tern, 13 barrel capacity, galvanised top*  ' and tap at bottom.     Gasoline lighting  1 system, 3 lights and tfink^. ���������. 3;gH8olitiB  hand lamps.   Bnq������)i|-e, Reyf*e,w*Office.  j Several of the ladies frort������YoWh were  -at B������-ickson on Tuesday afternoon frir  I the Methodist Lilies' Aid  tea' at' th'e  Otfring to the appearance here on  the 13th of the Banff dance orchestra  the Ladies' Guild of Christ Church  have withdrawn their usual St.- Val-  eptjne's whist and dande which had  beerf announced for the 14th.      -n  ^'aZJ=-- ^jppris of the Creston bakery  -waj*a.rbnsiniss visitor at (Yahk on  Tu.esd.ay,, arranging for the 'i*!ale of  Crestoii [pastry at the Percival con-  fect'fojaery... store * which*   will   shortly  dir^tdr������bf th^Piib|i)C.J^ibrary Associf  "attefn bn Thursd^ Vast, C. iB. Garland  wits chosfe'n q5a!rnvian of>,<jbhe boiti'd,'  and-;,Mrs;'JJr,,?#lfHamilton the unanimous choice for "secretary and librarian.   "  ' ."   ���������    r    , '  J  7 ft. 6 in. x 9 ft.  9 x 10 ft. 6in-  $13.50  18.50  9       mm,  9������  titm  9 ft.  12 ft  fie^oa  20.()0  ,**   ..'_        . . t>. ��������� ' *'*,,.���������  You will find these rugs not only save you mprtey, but hoUrs>  of time in cleaning.     They require no laborious beating beating or sweeping.     The lightest mopping icay(BS.Y^6fr-'water-:'  proof surface clean and spotless/ t ;i ;        - 1   -���������-  They are extremely durable and He perfectly snu^ ;bii the  floor   without' fastening   of any Iciiicl.      The   snfdothi" firm^  surface sturdily withstands the wear of busy feet.   <Xhe rich  colors will not fade. i  PRINTED LINOLEUM, 2 yards wide  $2,50 yd.  Large range of new Spring Patterns to select frqm.  Cry SoGuS  Groceries  ; ''  S-A  Furniture  Hardware  Prayer meetings, which have not  been a feature of PrAhyterian-worship ip. Cf'eston ^or some half dozen  years;'have just .been resumed, with  Thursday night chosen for these gatherings which,^8o far, have been -quite  well attended!        .... -  .,���������   .(���������������.-   :  R. H.* Roper will take the evening  service in the Methodist Church-jon  Snnd&y, and will remain- fdiHhg next  vt.wc������ weeks conducting ni^htlfy^revival,  services in the same-.church. Everybody invited to1 come,; and hear Mr.  Rqper.byth^peak and sing. "'*' '"^  At -the^-'Pebrudry. meeting vpf ^thfc  WohilEfh's' Institute-arrangements wjll  be completed for. the banquet, in t^  Parish Hall on the 28th, and nienibe^^  ;i!re asked to come ^prepared* tq'^tate  whether it is the iptention of themsel-  yes and husband toJbe'present. '.,.'*.��������� .'���������  ' *    .r-  The February meeting of Creston  Valley .^omen's ^etftttfe wil(l be ^eld  on Fridshy'-'afterhoon Jiext in Speers'  Hall, and/1 the featiire of the, programme' wilTbe an *"address.^by^'Mrs.  Luca.?, the local nnt>lie health nurse;  t *. m r *  who will give a talk on r Red Cross  work. *"  " Dr. Lille, dentjgt. next visit will be  from February 6th to ,11th. inclusive���������  arriving on Sunday afternoon. The  doctor is ait-ranging to leave his prav������  tice in Alb&HYif with'"his'son. and wfill  increase bis stay here from month to  month, and will settle in town this  summer.   ...  Creston hotels and rertaurants did  -quite a tbriving������dihher trade on Sun  tday.,-,?pUe**t!o������(!*fehe dining* car freezing  up over night at 'Si&W'the C.P.ft'  was unable to aprve menls and'.^istop  of half an hoiiy^as^-nmde hfewztb eh-  .ablie passenget-s to secure their m\&-  ,day feed ~" e+ ���������.. ..  7. D.,, M<i!or^j.of;Ka8ro, local proyin.  iriial road" eypeiloteride'n*,. was here on  Friday, and durlrtg his stay let -i coup'  le of flinail cWA tracts * for clearing out to.  roii'd rijght of way into the Hugh Tttf  lot; ranch, ne'y\'e\\ as a similar bit of  Work t<������ th������vQlea've and PiiiSranifhetf.  at Canyon-City.     ^ ' >!!.'  l&jr- B. Staples, who got bnfck". from  Spolcaile on Saturday reports tlyit city  ���������ta have hadsouie IB below '/ero tonch-  gh diirinj? Ah*"' Winter, and ���������ihiit th.e  city has considerably ..more snow" in,  sight than is In evidence around Crea  ton-���������and has had it since the. latter  part of Nove^i-ibey.   ��������� 's  lift and Mrs. H. W. MeOonald ar  rived-froin Pincher Creek, Alta., the  " During jTaniiary Provincial police  McLaren issued twenty-one auto and  niotor truck licenses - to Valley residents which at the new scale of license  fees brought about $700 into the pro  yincial treasury."' It is estimated that  there aye now slightly more than 100  autos and trucks in the Cre-ston district. '  v V ,*��������� "'  , James 0'Shea,-the well-known Nelson . lawyer,.-was here on Wednesday  presiding as judge* of the assessment  court of revision, accompanied'by E.  Ferguson - the provincial assessor.  There'were sixty appeals.- listed for  hearing, about fifty:of which were by  landowners iii the .Creston and Brickson districts.^ There were no appeals  from Wynndel raterjQ^ers.     .. ,  wanted ���������JMe*'* snd women to sol! to  ���������"���������*t ��������� -"yz* *r.V''' - .* ���������-0  wofiien in homes rubber-lined, waterproof Gingham Aprons for use ih the  kitchen. Can easily earn $14 daily  and more. Rapid seller and ready demand. Send- 75 cents for -sample  apron and full particulars. "Money refunded if sample returned. BRITISH  RUBBER    COMPANY,    232   McGill  Street,,Montreal. Canada.  f .  Some fifteen ladies enrolled for the  course in home nursing to whom Mrsr  Lucas is giving lectures.fqrlthe next  three-months each Mond^j-flaf ternoon  in the G. W. V. A. halT. . ~~\ tee Of $1 is  charged for the lecture series, and it is  expected several moj,e will enroll at  the class nekt'MondayY   Mrs. Lucas'  work is greatly expedited in securing  suchu  central   location, -Mr.   Driffll  haviing placed his famished house at  hei; disposal  free  of  charge  for ,the  next tb?ee months.  *Vl  tx  Anglican Ghuich Services  "  ���������"'j.'.'" *    --v-r-^x^*"- ���������*-���������������- -~ - * -y  , SUNDAY, FE������* &-;  If^ESI^ON ^ EKiqKSON.  10 a.m.. and 7.3ft p.m. ' 3 p!m..^  and Confectionery  -    <���������- ���������*  ���������1     "  Bread - Cakes : Pastry  f*'  ?^*^3l������ciafe  y^-Gkocolat^MS&srs   ��������� ...  .'���������>, '    "-;���������* titr-JL.''1-1"': ' ,    *���������*  .. jgycam Bans *���������������������������������������������  Sconnes y  Pprk Pies  Sausage Rolls  e'ijS'.-  Tea'    Coffee  JBovrll  served.in our Tea Boom.  e!  Next Bevan'a Garage  r ������������������������*��������� ii,i������io������ |t���������������t������  .'���������!������������������  mm  (r..'  ���������.Of*  IF  only the be^t of materials  tpgetber with careful and  efficient workmanship mean  good repair Mrpxk, then we  do good repair work.  *   -    '.  ,;- ,*���������  Should YOUR Car need  an overhaul, now i������ the  time to have it done.  .-*������*,  CRESTON SERVICE GARAGE  1 irttnAftse KHstr.fd  i-IL^WM Tkm   KMrf%~>Vft  PHONE B1  r*r  V,

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