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Creston Review Jan 20, 1922

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'���������-������������������.. xm\lt tooIt thre<? sleldhs to effect the con*  ,-��������� -j-?. .v'-ri*<.'.^*>>-*.^v*ii**vii",-;-^^^;*u^^.'-^^;r'*^'��������� H\: ���������������������������>-'^*. n;"V*-'-',-"'."*-.".- "^' ���������-* *?-."J"��������� - - V.-���������*��������� i1*^-- ���������  veyarice of theinvading host.  art^ John: Johia^^Yan d* ��������� ^je&gu^f^by  VviMii^^  enjojred^e  '" ' "reishments*;^  Z-^U^^^^i^l^^^^^^i^y^^^  Hphd^ji^ "  hauling the summer supply of ice fo  the I*\^Borns^l^fe^p s^  '",���������'-m-.-=":.,'^r^m,���������-~-���������~.���������-���������0~^..0i*t0^A.v-0Ain-viA.  4YY,Y^$|M;Yf#^^  mt\mam.mmaZL^^~jL~^^ a.\i^y^-^MK''sK-.-.-^m-  m~ a " ��������� --* = ��������� j-_ Y^Y'I **-^VBV"  tW:idayv  local ranchew tekjUg ad^ttnt^ge of the  sleighing while the ice is good  on the |  ^Ugb,^  *|������:|y|li^  iriej**]^:^  ���������Piaul'*'.^  well.   ' ""'"   '":"'"!   hei^^as^ fine turnout of ta^pay*  ^S������^wm;*6he; east. end ���������' of the' Vafij^jr* at���������;  'th^hi*eetittg on Saturday nightic^etr-  ^m^fe^^S^^leh^^B ��������� ea!!edv^r:tlie;  meet. &ndfpr the formation of ^ tax  'ionsiyy-..:??:���������'-��������� A'py^-PPP-  '���������rrii'Lprr:-  matters  t^|ie^e>*frirt;^     ��������� ��������� ^   .(_.   T ^  -,.:-..-Ji-4^xj^r--^������.^..-rr^^m~  fl!4������|*$j^^ .x..i .--.v. ......  'al&ZaiBieu^  ���������*;'imo|6;|^ ,  ; is largely cliniatic*' as Yi������, js w^ioiitidiflft*  colt tq follo^v; * Pup so^t^g^^^rlqpl^  baft^^^-^t^Wtdui^  ter  months.     Thi8  pj^blem  is one;  ������  ���������    m    *-_,������������������>    -     % r    " ���������������   V������ **** W*^-1 t-'-sJ't&j. V*5  " r*^> 332te? ^iOTm*)PE������  n^ighf j^^^rted.AtJriece^s;  ZZZZt&r^^  'Lppi&p-iip?<'L?*py^yA. pp^?'Pi-'0jy&rLp'i'<i *  hi^*:9j!!C*i^#1'^eninif  last,   *a&  :������5|^������^i^^i^awaidwA  the*Rff������i?wria well furnished bj^Tooi  Trevslyaife Dtwog the evening there  W^f^^^^^^S^^^^^l^h'  l^^^l^ll^lp^ *^-  ||i^Jli||ri^|n^^;^^ **;;p;  l^z|g^||^^^i^|Hec^  **^*!;v^e^f*sr(;'.  -:' T\ ^Omwfordah^  this section last week on impair work  ;ori the telephone 'SmeyZypZZZZ? p-M    jiial^hwa^^^jee^ngs^  of the/Social Giub were held at the  homes of John Miller and p������ jp..yff&gm  steip..:^;j&*^^  dence^nd excellent refresh men ts^^^ a  all report most^enjoyable session's,ZZZZM  A'p?tZ..?i,P, ^���������iZZ-J-''-^'y-'^P-'>-.''Z.r. 'i--f'P^'P.V:- r-'-^ZZ'P-AA'' P'r-.-'?-.,r-   . ':' '������������������.���������P>'-'j0-'-^'-  &^-(,h~������_!'.mZ-L.:.-&-,riL.~zZs& *>--rf 'YY ���������'/>*%.,-:���������v:::.*.*;*.-^* ������������������*:;. -������������������','^;r*.-*-^..^t  utfc oecapled tbe ch^is* at  actuated those who had cailegj the  mee|e^inff, p^^itc^l^  ^t^fegl^^^^^t^had;,; *^neY;intc������;>  effect this year in the matter <?f cutting off the usual 10 per cei)^ discpuh-  ,. _ -AhA l^t^Mrf^ofe ������*������Jj5.  ar"-1-  *SL.  ���������*-,^.*  ;a*���������! o'rs-5������e***5������,,=,.aFi^.*w:r������:f**rniif r������������^f-^55/;���������.;:���������;*.;>������..** *..-j^*..   ���������.,:-..  Mr. Ebbutt stressed the point^that  standing  feature  of  what  criticism  ii.ixijri'Lir-ix:^rJrf^iLi--L.^^?^:-f^iLr.-^^j^^e^t^-.,: ��������� ~^r  0*%^0���������t -tm 3. *pj**'������jj*^ ;  Dii^ng the jibssnee pfiR^JSk  at  KBe -i'coast;v/S/;K^?Oat^^  e; .;��������� of^; :the:;^^e:Nc*bie.;;::;* h������&Z  ^^ve^0^l0^0Zk  .^������������������.���������r^.m.-��������� ..mm���������r-JtMb-Jttt'mefAin t^i fWm.   "  to be* considerable  ������fo*i*sv*s  irdar-to-Kitcliais^i* A rea pr^,.r  ���������s^V-, M^ttl-  Years  f^MtWiLZ,  -trf-'-i,?*^ yt. sr,;_  J4.0x.vr  -Xr- -      -Iv   * ~rr    ���������-*  ~%~% tm mm ttmmm ������������������* ~f9SS������m  m-W^Vm-MmSfkaf^jBmWr^SmWmWB TQj^J fg-CLBf  -'if*. j"JV "   1-    V   -    #C- *  ;>rf  ,' i-  *  ���������4-i  r>  ��������� , ���������   .        meanwhile  Tom Mawson is. marshailinjir forces-^  punw&eV>f; ce)ebi ating .the setting lip  of the govemmentof the free state.of  Ii eland 6n March I7th.     Judging hy  the Scot^Jijgpn-ceic^^f^ yearugo. ^  chairman from Urestoh, whose ancestors caisi^ ti-otri^ehe Bmerald Isle is being sought.^    *.<-"'-"  l(v l?0i  1 i~*>   f4.'r|--i'- ]>'*' ,*  ���������     i." i v   ���������  ' uary 7th. after the u^uaL ^business had I  been disposal of tt ^iharid whist paij-  *y #~~^~-h, $fa&������Mfr^ Huygetia  and Jim Tmrnek* in charge. Mrs. Kolt-  bammer won the prtee for, tha UdiesV  ."**.������   ...j,**    ������.TtIT..   r^j0~'<'--.������Jr-������i-'il\!i'!r    "*  hlgh^jrao&e*,; wbile^Mra. McEobh ca^>-  ���������tured the ladies^ow score chainpiov)).  ship, and Mar^ijai Kelson being btgh  pluyci anixingithe niea.Y 'After card4  their was dapoing ,, until niidnig^f,  rounding out a ve^ppctyble eveninK  Indeed. The affair netted $8 for the  plimn fund. It- is Kkely the occasion  will be duplicated on Jan; 216b. *"'-  'j;  tZ������" 'f *���������*������ t'-t.t''' .   * ,    .it ' 'n4t+*   ���������      '  'The re.cobt At'yore -weather had no  effect whatever0 on tlie local iri-iga-  ticrn pipe line^ due to the fact that the'  .pipes havo been  put down  consider-  ' ably below  any  possible  frost line.'  Residents upprec^tQ Me, **4>P<1 work  in this respect by  Win. 8earlet who  was in chargq of oom������*-i*u������<il*������������^"K,'"~-  '       ii'Z   "!^C',,**������,ji������Kd ..iiifrm  S\   t    MU,   H'm  &mu.imm^ ������*  NfyiSft^WK >voo^ vrtltoJgfi.pow^t' olr-  enlftf,8(������.Vir. A' -P* ,**(?,'Jhmf having On���������  isMha$r ^{W Jhtii alsiHiset Mp,,���������hi8  dr4gVW'ttlid inputting up a season's  supply of tyho&,,.  .'.otber'cen-  Slrtiar  TOT*.  H.  <e*,(  V*e>1  tf^in th'e.^^fhloni^5| .h^vingth^lr  tionbles ^di^sti^^^Se^es to .the  Rr^senter^^^^M^-enfiJi^d-ihrift;  residents, j of ���������-sevensPtu'. more years*  standing are quite <iptih>istic as W^hcf  ability, ofthe .community to ride bnt  theadyerse  commercial   tide  that is  jqow running. \ ;; s    iOonfidfecce manifest in this respect  .^buld>^V< to> 1^ w^n-fomided wh>n  it ih recalte|l thnt^the shipping vlBtate-  ^aent pi^setfted',!^' JE^-esidentteeyaniit  tihe Boa^'o^ Trade annual meeting mf  ue from fruit, farm and. forest pi-6-1  ducts of appl-oxiitiately' $&50,00DVCib fdr  1821*, as compared Veith an efcpbrt trwde  h> the, aatue < lilnei"' inv 1014' of hardly  more than $55,Q00.00. opd an increase  of population as;������t' 1022- that indicates  a growth of approxiinatejy.80 percent,  only.-.-'-' * P. ' ". ' iy-' ' '-"''V " '"-  As compared with any preceding'  year 1021 shows that, the ��������� local apple;  {iroduclfon has maintained its,annual  it.   ' * ;   i iiii.-    i - '   rri    i    , - '  ncrease of 25 __ pBr ^c-pn^joyex^ the pry-  ceding year/the 1021 output injill y������^  jetfes beinf?uhno8fc iSO^QOO boxes,' orarjj  average of but one nn^f ot\o half boxes  |ier cr^e tn thV area planted to apples,  yiVexce^tlo'bali^ c^ed Itabltvyield swhpn j  the average age! ot ,t|ie' trees is taken  Into consfderAtlon, and at an average  selling priqe of $"1.60 per box for aU  grades, 1tejp>e4eftts" tiitf Inconie  from  apples alone of t210.000.00       l    l( *  ���������' In scHiinlng the (-xfpoi't' BtJitonient^n  fruit it in efjurilly grntiffing to 'note  that a steady gain is shown in Jhe out*;  put of wanted yu'rietiles of tree fruits,  Orablipp)o������*showrb il gilliri ctJlOO pbr  cent, over the'preceding year, and*  peart* uhow 'alnidKt jm notable a gain*  while ohrrrles av^a IfiiUy 25 per cent. In  excess of the beak preyious year.  . Fi^ms and pjt-nneu, which baye boeri.  rattier'stoVmillers In' i>ast seasons due1  in part to tho high pHoo of sti-^aW'aVb  on' the d'foiltei^^nrtiany of thil.tr^es hav*  Iqg boon t^ipj'^'orked into otheV varieties of fruits wut t]tiejt������ ^oeniiji ,'to Jbo np  stopping 'Cno/ growth ' of tho '* iilioaoet  equally wlow sailor, tho ifooseborryi  whichJ%rLiCtei>ccoiibtwJ tor^by fav  the bfgg������������t.������h1pnlng in  tbe  Valley's  history;' *W,-������f   '������������������ *���������  afk. new high water mark .was set up  by t^ strawberry growm^s whb have,  Hlnioot 17,000 OTrttefl tp /ib-jtf^lfetflt*,'  and tho en*J������'rnot y^t. ������U| t^o (icreiga  pUVitAcl t^'llila V������'lt will show a' decid-  tgf&?stqfi^  ���������N  **-     1 0      ' " "\_r"  -    BUCKINGHAM PA1.ACS ,  * y-, p'p^,..     '-' ���������-.,  ". Z .,  '    -���������   "   ''"      22nd December. 1921.  Dear Mr. Beyan;���������-        -*��������� ,-.'  I ani cohimande^ by The' King -"  to^ thattlf you' very much* for- the  case .of .Apples: which.^w,\&*' tot- '  warded by .the Creston Board of  -Trade, and which has just arriyed  this morning at Buckingham  Palace..,.   ���������-v,t- ,      "Y  .' .-( ���������'**'  I haye waitedv until the arrival  of. the- Apples  tp .answer  yburr  letter tit the 28th n5tM;and I ������m*  nowftn'-their''commanded tb thank'  you for the good wishes expressed  therein',-nnd beg totrpsn'ain.'j .;-  J   Youi;0iaitUfi������lly. 4.,  D. WBTNIEIPPBL ^  ~  ,   r- --Majstfr of.the Househald.  R. S. BEVAN, Bsql'N  President, Oreston Board -  of Trade, CrfrtfoiU  British' Oohuu)pia.  -,    .-  avenue  *^!  *"*^^fc^ ^- *- *-"- --. -*"-  ^ph^re  ^ ^_ ^  heflursay eyidence as to some   people  hjaln^aissi^^^  aonie diseussloB, too, of ihe legality of  the government* charging interesii at  the 1 per cent, per month rate on ov-  ���������    .*;;;,*,^������Wt.*-w*.* ���������-    ..--:*.:...*.., -.-..��������� ���������������������������-���������  "��������� rttn.  ..--.r.-.i  ^txT:'J^U������X  ySBiriPP...  sS<u*jSii������^'J?stS' iJSSSSjSSf*^;*.   yyyt^ the chair  J Jas. Oompton waa  unanimously ^ sel.,  W. G^ Littlejohn was equally unanlY;  mously chosen as l^cret^i^ and^res-*;  61utioU8 to c^ll the ^organ  i^^S^i^:||^t^i|a  *apd; to ^have the officers consistrof a  president^' yice-president,  secretary-  treasurer and  an  executive of ytse  K������*4  thashl^iftg hris majhtjilnied its usual  average which is HVo|ii5*b5r.kof( -Uott*, im  that the" past ecason was ope of the  dryeBt tbe Vulley has ever seen dui-iwg-J  July and August Y YFoV thevfirat tiraie  ever huckleberries hVive %uplace iU'the  1021 export; half' a^jtJxi*en^ crates VOt  them having Qven gathered for shipping* Tbesegrow wild^in great., .pro-.  I'usibn'tfildng'the'maintain^sides', >but  until this year thei bai-VGBtiritt of them  has bcjen loft entlrelyVwith the Indians.  : In the vegetable outgo,,the biggest  failure Is potatoeHvH;^TChe7ie*pb<;li,^f  tiheso last year was hitrdl^/ morcHhan  ],~p tons, lis against An.fiver^if^s^lpp  'ing of not loss than 200 tons e^ch-y^ar.  Cucunil)ei-s are' HO yfiHtfi ���������*~eti%.f. tTr^Jtet'  than any previous season, whlju lorn*  atooo, poppers and d-U'il,)areYtJiQ,usual  rioaeon'a average', an'd.y-lmbai-b Jh yliow-  ing a tendency tq Jncr������As<|,. -Foirow-  Ing is a Wst oi the'jrrfbre: linportunt  conmioditiea shipped JMiat voari    ."~  ���������r .i*4, ii.   t   ��������� *t -1  PKUIT  4  All will bo glut*] jto hoar that Mrs,  McCabe, er. who bad been very sort*  0U������ly 01 the past few weel(?, is now  sloWly/tiut fcuroly / regaining her form.  crtfftod'health,     ' _      V    '   -. ���������  Tbe Social 6lub dance at tAje eehobl.  house-o*s S������tUHluy night was a. mostl������������>.'������������r������!iUJe fo* Ifflft,     hi raspberries  U?  *������*yiKi  Apples, boxes.. i.;J!4il28,760  Crabapples, boxes,.,.-^-*.;....,.,,,. 8.424  Pours, boxes .:.,~^~~.���������   '  *, Btruwberelen, crato*^;.,.  Raspberries,      "  Apricots **  Plums and Prunes, orates.  Oherrlesj^mt^ rxty  i uurnant^, t-      ���������.i,.w.~������.r..������.^.,',  ' Goorfobferrft**, erht-a~t~-"m~.:^.  &\*ilk\wA**,-. '*   iilmtrnJ-tmiii  Log^berlrielM,    ������������������    .^.   Huckleberries,   "  Peaches M  8.280  10.700  4,422  812  4,405  2,170  ltlYft  0  04  Pepp%HwI   -  Corn, dofc' J-  ?S.9S8.  t/abbage; Ibe.'L.P   ���������BhubarbT4bsU  23&2^~m%~m\  tr-  tr  -'    Iff'  s::  ent,tbiy>ugb^with n&������p^ition. with  vm.   ~i3*mAi~i~-      rt~      mtt-mm-lxL-L?: ������'-l_Sl*!_ ^* _  th<^. e)ectiob  of oJGi^ra^ nssuitin^ as  '^^^Z^fft^i  Cantejoupe. crates  Potato������sT tons   17,468  14.840  7 SO  80  FOREST PRODU.OTS  Lnmbcr, -cars !   Poles, cars,...  Ties *��������� ....  Piling, ���������������   .>.  Posts, ������������������*���������" ������ ������������������ -t^  > *m--imm~-~t4 mmmtt,*m^*W  162  186  tt  m  During the colder- wea^frei^f 1019-  SOclbciil apairlsta suffered, iiri ������xcejpt|piv;  aUy^hea*oy;twi*iiter Mil ol* bees' and the  past season has been one. l������Hi'Kely ������re-.  Ettdringthe btyes, with the result bhut  the export of honeyJaal; ye^ij^wascon--  siderably nn'der' a ton, whereas in an  average yeaf the shipping'of the nect  ar of floyverq would eaailj? n\\p ipoZjjQQO  ppimds; t, Pjbfrt}) f,n4 fncijpaacej, buying  Vice-i?i������sident^^ <3- Ebbtitt.   ,  ,   Sen^I!riBa&>^VVV'0. I*itttejohn. ef *  | YB^nitlve���������A. YR.  Swanson. C^O.  Quisc j. M. tJrafgie, H. P. Packmon*  E. VapA^ckeran. ,:  .*- .      - f-  A membership fee of 25 cents was  decided upon, and at least sixty^of  those present joined up before .j^he  meeting adjourned. Before the me^t- **  ing closed a resolution was put through  recommending thatailniemberej-efuse  en&ptJE^Mgljeri and^tb^ttijftji^n-  ister blJnHnce be^^dj^d,v fefcOer  tbut4>he association * had taken this  6tandiu^>At������aineeting of tlie executive  on Monday ni^ht it^ was Tdec|ded to  have Mr. Eittlejohn go to. Nelson and  8equre,^.co4|y j^v^^^r i^^m^t  roll, and as soon as 'it is available it  will be gone through carefully by the  ttaqpe^tjion with^.vio-g toe^-ualizJi?g  W ^ecessj^; and,J^JommendJng  ���������r^uotionf.^tiere people.appear to be  MXtS t"3  .-A,  Saturday, Jan. 21  SHOWING  by locar butchers Jh^ export.ofjbeef  cattle;-,which formerly run as high as  half a dozen cars, has plopped ejritii������ly������  fond during 1821 tho local demand Was  sq good there was no butter for export. . . Valley. ^mtftry-,, however,- was  on the producing -job in'good Shapo  |with tho result that.aonie,^200 dozens  bf Hon fruit Were marketed".     * l   *  The shipping of forept products. ia  quite below.ttio.iavcr{igf>, the demand  for, these having, d Isappeared" inmost  completely at^herenjl.^of^^uije^nnd  'were it not for*' the big demand for  ties, ofN which , almost, 100i)OpOvvwfirp  shipped out,*' tho foi>pwllry feutnrev qf  ;tho Valley fcrado would, have been the  lowest- in the past'four years. A con*  jSldtttajtblc quantity of tbj>Tlun(>,ba������ cut  ;wus iitjed in tbotUake -of -fruit boxes'  and crates, tbo-.tptal turn^^l'of the������o  'bijhyrltfjtfro -neighborhood of 200v000,  According t to th(i. Roorrl >of^ayuo>  flgures^ the eX|>endlture on dumber,  posts, poles, piling and ties brought at  (least a quarUn-jr>f a. tollllo,ftroj ^v^iaq  In^o'thO'Sdverul sawmill operators4in  tho VoJIoy. .*, it   t     ���������     ,   |.  ,- Ae^itehf that .does .not show In the  exports Is tha local opt, -^f.lfoojenay  Flats ha*, whichispliicodat 2000t tins, i -      ^g*. ., . L  und a value per tob ot .������i������, wJiiiothe * wwtewo screen version Of  value of tho fur catch   in  the Valley    the      Well    kttpWIl^   Kftlph  tovj-MrtL-srvAri^^tpth^jmite wwpoptf   Cdttfior hovel >f the Same  ������^io.,tot^i������������jtt������b^t,t^*������po. a hart] name.  ton^ of' drfUftM' fioult^ fs rvjsjcytcd,'  shipped,'������nd thoro wet* 15 head of  horses disponed jof after logging oper.  ations ceased Jast spring.  ������ee*v  KEGULAK PRICES  ., -* ������:t*;i***:;,^ ���������  Z "  L   S  !  -\. i  15-  ~~-~~ RHVIKW,. JCRESION, B. Go  TELLS HOW CATARRH  IS DESTROYED QUICKLY  jCatarrh sufferers, meaning those  ���������with colds, sore throat, yprovichlal  trouble, etc., can all-be flxeli" up right  at home by inhaling "Catarrhozone."  In using* Catarrhozone you don't take  medicine into the "stomach���������you just  breathe a healing piney vapor direct  to the lungs and air passages. The  purest balsams and the greatest antiseptics are thus sent to every spot  where catarrhal; troubl#exists���������germs  des-  by ever-recurring successions of  ridges still ahead: The long, smooth  swell of the plain gradually gave way  to.the more abrupt formations of the  foothills, and here and there In their  rounded domes protruded great wartg  off green-grey rock where Ithe winds of  ages had whipped the'saiid down into  the valleys. Little clusters of green  poplars .like vast goatees, nestled on  the northern chin of the hills across  the valley, where the Chinook had  failed to spread its balmy winter-  blight among them; here and 'there  were glimpses of thousands of cajjie  feeding on the -brown ranges., The  sun,    like " a bubble of molten gold  are killed, foul secretions    are^ ������������--|.. blown from the bowl of heaven, hung  .I^^^^l^-StJSStJ:. Ch^ SS   very close in a steel-bright, cloudles!  hunting unless \they were assured of  game. v  But at last .the Harrises' team and  buggy rattled by. When it had secured a good Jead the two horsemen  emerged from' their, covering and took  a cross road** to Gardiner's ranch, ( -  "We better eat/'-Ysaid^Gardiner, apd  busied himself with' starting a Are.  "Of course, the cootes out. Fishing,  I guess,'! he continued, as he noticed  that Travers'- fishing rod was*gone  from-the wall. -'. "Perhaps it's just as  well.    He might be asking-questions."  ���������Riles ate his meal in haste and silence.     He-,,was taciturn,, mdody and  Did HoftDream Tanlac  Bring Her Sixch  Wonderful Health  "I am only too glad to praise Tanlac, for it has done for me what I  the disease ends quickly. ,' Colds and  throat troubles can't last "If the pure  healing vapor of Catarrhozone is  breathed���������sneezing and- coughing  cease at once, because irritation is  removed. . Bronchitis irritation and  weakness in the throat soon, disappear. Use Catarrhozone whether  young or old. Two months treatment  $1.00, small size 50c, dealers everywhere or The -Catarrhozone Co.,  Montreal.  :JSm   -S-*5  Tlie  stirs /3������a-f*/=M  ' ~0~0~X*-r imr    -.m.i  ��������� BY ���������  ,*s~--*aa&. ~J  L  ROBERT J. C. STEAD  Published By Special Arrangement With the Author.  (Continued)  "It's closing time now," said the  teller, addressing the manager. "We  have enough cash on hand to pay this  gentleman, and we can wire for more  bills, which will reach us in time for  to-morrow's business."  "Pay it, then," said the manager.  "Mr. Harris has a right to his money  in that form if he wants it. But,"  he added, turning to Harris, "I'd advise you to keep both eyes on it until  your transaction is completed."  The counting of the money was a  bigger task than either Harris 'or Allan had thought, but   at   last   it was   river fretted more noisily in its rocky  completed, and they were ready.* foi*.I channel..     A thin ribbon of cloud lay  sky.     Lower Jt fell; and lower, until  a fang-of rock two miles high pierced  its under-edge, and sent a flood of fire  pouring in a thin bright border along  the crest of the Rockies.     The travellers stopped their horses oif a ridge  to watch the marvellous transformation;  light before them, light behind  them, at their feet*the- shadows creeping up the mountain  sides,  and the  valley  beneath transformed    as,   by  some fairy wand into a sea of amber.  Allan breathed deeply of the high,,  clear air, and In his  eye was something  which  revealed  that  the  light  without had some way* struck to new  life the slumbering light within.     He  had    no    words    of    expression���������no**  means      of     conveying     his  . emotion;   but he  thought of-his  mother  and Beulah���������Beulah, who had so often protested against the substitution  of existence for life.     He had never  had much patience with her queer notions, but now, in this moment when  Tt* ****.   Irnonr   + Kol    t-r\    ctt\-rvs a   otvon r*s\   <*���������***#������������������ vr   *K *v  **v     *"JV  it       vuuiv    au     ~jtmt-JLMj.\j     Mt>lUU(3*������      V.  ~*iJ'      J-JL���������****;  had invaded the borderland of the Infinite, Beulah stood up before his  eyes���������Beulah, his sister, resolute, defiant, reaching out, demanding life,  life! He turned to his father, but  was silenced by the sight of a line of  moisture crawing slowly down the  weather-beaten cheek. John Harris  was driving again the pioneer trail  from Emerson: at his side was Mary,  young, beautiful and trusting, and before them lay life. ... Arid they  had not found that life. ... He  made. a. dry sound in his throat, and  the horses moved on.  . Darkness settled about them. One  or two stars came out. The poplars  took on the colour of the spruce; the  r^f^&'K maideino response to|never  dreamed was  possible,  and!'  Gardiner s attempts to open conver- _rt,��������� ^o1 Bn wal1 T ���������, *. -^       '     -..  sation upon trivial subjects. '     now Jeel so well I-can hardly realize  -"Upon my soul," said   Gardiner   at I that _ only a short, time ago I -=r?as in  such a miserablc^cqndition,". said Mies  last, "you don't seem anymore than  enthusiastic. One 'would think you  were going to a funeral instead of a  ���������a division of profits."  "Perhaps I am," said Riles stoutly.  "We'll know better when we get  back."  "Wellr if you feel that, way - about  it, you better stay at home," said-Gar  Alythe Perth, 351 Carlton St.,, a popu  lar young Winnipeg business, woman,  conducting    a  , public    stenographic  office. -li ' *  "Just about -three years ago T had  a nervous breakdown" which kept me  diner, with pointed candidness.      '7ff |in ^ed for several weeks and left me  the road. The banker looked after  their buggy as it faded out of sight  up the river road.  "Hang me if I like that!" he: said  to himself. ..[",'.  The long drive~up the valley in the  warm  August  afternoon was  an  experience  for the  soul of  painter  or.  poet.      Even John and Allan Harris,  schooled as they were in the religion  of   material   things,   felt   something  within  them  responding  to  the  air,  and the sunlight, and the dark green  banks of trees, and-the sound* of rushing water, and the purple-blue mountains  heaving and    receding    before  fore   them.      The  sweat  trickled  In  narrow  tongues   down  the  backs   of  their horses, reminding them that the  ascent was much steeper than it appeared.      As  they topped  each new  ridge they looked expectantly forward  to a greater revelation of the mountains, but this was constantly denied  I     No Appetite  Nervous exhaustion leads to dis-  T taste for food. The nerves of tlie  I stomach are weak, digestion fails  and you become generally upset  and out of sorts.  The secret of complete restoration is in getting the nervous system  fully built up,  Mrs. R. Cheney, 208 Richmond St., Chatham, Ont., writes:  "I wa������ troubled -with indite-* tion,  which earned mo many eileepleu nighti.  1 would b������ in terrible diitreu at timet,  nnd would get no relief i'or iwo or three  hour*. For sixteen months I ate nothing but Shredded Wheat biieuiti, tu 1  dare not eat anything elie, I did not  know what to do, at I had tried to many  different remedies at well m doctor*'  medicines, without gaining permanent  relief. Finally I got tome of Dr.  Chate'a Nerve Food, and while on the  -second box noticed that I wa������ improving.  I continued the treatment uutti ] am  now fully rettored. and have returned to  my regular diet. My husband hat alto  taken Dr. Chate's Nerve Food with  tplendM results, to we are glad to  raeommentf it to others."  Dr. Chase'* Nerve Food. 50c  a box, ail dealers, or Edmarwon.  Bates & Co., Limited, Toronto.  ein������������������am,������,���������������M.J���������,..,..,,.Tr ...yT ^^....^��������������������������� Tn���������||n, r-] ��������� t rr fji, f 11 ari 11UUI MllJUJLI������UIJLISXIJUaUJ--iJJ-l-UIL  across the mountains, and a breeze of  wonderful mellowness came down  through the passes.  At length, just as they were thinking of pitching camp for the night,  Allan espied a deserted - cabin in ��������� a  cluster of trees by the side of the  road. They turned into the wood  and "unhitched the horses.-   *  The building- was some old prospector's shack, long unoccupied save for  occasional hunter or rancher, and the  multitude of grophers. that* had burrowed under its-rotting sills. The  glass was gone from a single window  looking out upon the road; the. door  had fallen from its hinges; the .floor  had been broken down in spots by  the hoofs of wandering cattle. A  match revealed a lantern hanging on  the wall, and a few cooking utensils,  safe from all marauders under the unwritten law of the new land.  The two men first made their horses  comfortable, and then cooked some  supper on a little fire at. the door of  the shack. Harris was "tired, so** they  cleared a space in the corner farthest  from the dqor, and spread tljeir blankets there. Harris lay down to rest,  the precious bag of money by his  side.  "You might as well drop off for a  nap," Allan suggested. "They must  have been delayed, and may not make  it to-night at all. We're here for the  night, and you may as well rest if  you can. I won't turn in myself until you waken."  "I believe I'll do as you* say," his  father agreed. "Keep a keen ear an'  don't leave the building without wak-  in' me.'*  Allan looked out at different times  for Gardiner and Riles, but there  seemed no sound in all the world pave  the rushing of water. A cold draught  crept along the floor. ... He  fancied his father hacj fallen Into a  nap. . . . The night chill deepened, and at length Allan hung a  blanket as bent he could across the  open door. . His gun gave him a  sense of companionship, and he took  it in his hands and sat down beside  his father. ... It waa very lean  and graceful in his Angers.  While the banker worked In his  garden In tho long August evening  the thought of tho two men with a  bag full of money kept recurring and  recurring in his mind,, and smothering  the natural pride he felt Jn his  abounding cabbages. True, lt waa  no business of his, but still he could  not feel ftntlrely at ease. Aa ho bont  over his hoc he heard hoofs clatter in  the street, and. looking up, saw the  erect form of Sergeant Groy on hla  well-groomed Government horse, At  a signal from the banker the policeman drew up beside tho fence.  They talked In low voices for ten  minutes. "It may bo n wild-Boose  chase," said the sergeant at last, "but  It's worth a try." Half an hour later his hors* was BwlnKlnr*? In his Ionic,  steady stride up the road by the winding river.  ten thousand dollars is no good to you  perhaps I can use* your share in my  own business."  "That wouldn't let me out," protested Riles. "You've got me mixed  up in it now,, and .if things- go wrong  Tm ,in for IV but if-things go right  you're willin' t* take all the money."  "Things won't go wrong," Gardiner  assured him. "They can't. Everything is planned to a fraction, but if  we see there's going to be a hitch���������  why, the owner of the niine'lf fail to  turn up, and-we'll all come back to  4./*fc^*T*������ r.*������������3      ^. rx      rxmx ���������      ���������       V-tX-   XV- ,* ���������   . .      ��������� *  >**"'")      ������"U-  XXtJ      XIAXt-S      XI,      Ullr      CUI5       Wlbei.  Gardiner arose and took a bottle  from a. cupboard.- He poured a big  glass and set it before "Riles. "Drink  that, and the world will look more to  your liking," he said.  Riles responded to the liquor, and  presently the two were in animated  discussion of their plans. Riles was  eager to know the details, of which  he had been kept in complete ignor- ���������  ance, but Gardiner would disclose nothing until they were on the road.  "Jim may come "in any minute" he  explained, "and " Jim might hear  enough to make him curious. And  it's just a little too soon to excite his  curiosity.  "That" reminds me," Gardiner continued. "Jim has. a very neat little  revolver here somewhere. I think  I'll borrow it. We might see-some  game, as Allan* says.''  A search disclosed revolver and  cartridges in Travers* trunk. Gardiner loaded the weapon-and put it  in his pocket.     *  -'r' ;  "What about me?" demanded Riles.  "Ain't I t' have no gun?"  "Better without it," - said Gardiner."  "It might go off. If we really see  any game, and there's a chance^ of a  second' shot, I'll lend ^u this one."  The sun was dipping* almost' to the  mountains when they set out on a  cross-trail through the valley. Down  by the river, well screened with cotton-woods, Travers fished in a pool  close by the ford.     He heard voices,  anrl   lonTHno* nn mWeVlrlv   ciw* RUgs fLn.il  ������������������- ��������� ��������� I    ���������0������������������������������������������������������Q     ���������,?.   ���������x���������-.r���������.t/ ,    xrt���������it.      ���������.������������������ ��������� xrxr    v. ��������� ..  Gardiner riding slowly down the road.  At first he thought Gardiner had seen  him but in a moment he revised that  opinion. The two rode close by and  stopped their horses to drink with  their forefeet in the. river. 'Jim was  going to call to them when he heard  his own name mentioned. He was  no eavesdropper, but he obeyed the  impulse to listen and keep out of  sight?  "Travers doesn't suspect a thing,"  Gardiner -was saying. - "It's just" as  well. He figures -on making old Harris his father-in-law some day, and he  might do something - foolish if he  caught on. If the old man loses all  his���������money he won't be. so desh*able  from a son-in-law's point of view. . .  Well, we'll see how "lie stands ..the  night in the old shanty up the river  road.     Strange things haye happened;  you,  in such an awful state of health I had  but scant hope of ever getting-better.  I was so nervous I trembled ail over,  couldn't-sleep and even after I went  back to <the office, I seemed to have  no strength at all and only through  sheer force of will power was I able  to attend to my duties.     My stomach  soon became disordered,' and indigesr  tion caused - me the "most frightful  pains, bloating and shortness of  breath. ��������� My kidneys also ^bothered,  me and I-had-a pain across the small-  of .my back that made life positively  miserable.  "Well, despite the fact that I wna-  trying one medicine after   another,   I  found I was going down hill rapidly.  But after taking onlj***- two bottles of  Tanlac I could see It was doing me a-  world of good, and seven bottles have  relieved me of all my ailments and"  now my health   is   just-^flne.     My  whole system seems to be in the best  of condition, -and I eat, sleep, work  and enjoy life better than for years.  Tanlac Is simply grand." -   ���������  Tanlac is sold by leading druggists  everywhere.  *N  that Harris was going up, the river tonight, apparently with a large sum  of money, and the fact fhat these two  men also were going up   the    ri^er,  gave to Travers* nimble mind framework on which to bang almost any  V-l-.lt       ~~      . L  A1X1U   VI    i>ZUl.  (To be continued)  CLARK'S Tomato Soup  is sticky treat- -   '  Fine vip^J^m&^&^im^h from Sife fields, give it,  their delicious flavour, and all you have to do is  to heat and serve.  CLARK SOUPS are made in 13 different sorts,  and include chicken*  -/  Like aU "Clark Good Things" the price is moderate.  Made (from Canadian Farm Produce  android 'everywhere in Canada."  W.   N   17.   140$  there before now, let   me   tell  Riles."  If Jim had been prompted by curiosity at first a very different eniption  laid hold of him as he caught the vglst  of Gardiner's remarks. Ho had no  delusions about the principles of  either Gardiner or Riles. His relations with his present employer had  been pleasant but by no means confidential, as he had never sought nor  valued Gardiner's friendship.- He was  convinced that Gardiner was kind in  a general way* to those with whom  he came in contact, because kindness cost nothing and might upon  occasion be exceedingly profitable.  Riles, on the other hand, was coarse  and unkind simply because his nature rose to no higher, piano. Gardiner was clever enough to conceive  almost any depth of villainy, and Riles  was brutal enough to carry outYtho  muscular, part of tho plot. Travers  had not known Harris to he in the  district, but ho had suspected for  some days that Gardiner and Rtlea  were hatching mischief In their lon������  absences together.     The Information  CHAPTER XVI.  THe Honour of TMev-st  Gardiner and Rile" rode only a  abort AUtancrti out of town, then turn-  ed their horse* Into th* dewp bush,  and waited. Tha afternoon wore on  hoeavlly, and the Road of traipense  houndftd them sorely, but there was  notftittef to do hut wait. It would b*  t tooV* trip, ai Oatdlner m\A, to go  PNEUMONIA  -   and other Luna Diseases  Claim many victims In Canada and  should be guarded against  MINARD'S LINIMENT  Is a great preventative, being one of  the oldest remedies used. Minard's  Liniment has relieved thousands of  cases of Grippe, Hronchitls, Sore  Throat, Asthma and klndretsd diseases.  It is an enemy to Germs. Thousands  of bottles being used every day. For  aale by all druggista and general deal-  ors.  Mlnsr-d'e   Liniment   Co.,   Ltd.,   Yarmouth, N.*.  WARNING!    Say "Bayer" when you buy Aspirin,  Unless you see the name ."Bayer" on tablets, ydii are"  not getting Aspirin at all.   Why take chances?       ;  Accept only an "unbroken package" of "I3ayer tablets of  Aspirin," which contains" directions and dose worked out by  physicians during 22 years and. proved safe by millions for  Golds Headache Rheumatism  Toothache        Neuralgia   .     Neuritis  Earache     ".��������� Lumbago Pain, Pain -  Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablots-rAlBO bottles of 25 and 10C>-~Drugglflti.  /,-gplrln Ib the trado warlc (retfJotowd In Cand-StO oCBnyjr Manufaoturo of Mono-  ���������oeTtlcacldBiter ot Salloj/Hoacld. Whllo It if wall known that Aiplrln vestarm B������y������r  manufeoturo, to analat tha public wralnat imitation;-, tlijt Tableta of Buyor Company  will bo atumpea with thoir arcnorol trado mark, tha "Bayer Oroaa."  For Constipated Bowels���������-Bilious Liver  The nicest csatharUo-laxtftlve to physic your bowels when; you have  Headache        Biliousness  Colds indigestion  Dlzslnesa Sour Stomach  is candy-ltko Cascarets.    One or two  a box.   Children love Cascarets too.  tonight will <M������pty your bowels completely by morning and you will feel'  fjplendld. j "They work while- you*  sleep/1 ; Caacareta never etir you up<  or Brtpe like tialte, Hlle, Calomel,  or Oil and they eoBt only ten cent������  ,-^^^.1r^^|f1))[Wnr.,^ww|)WltM^|()|b||||( SfiBCE KJEYI3BW. GKJESTON. Fi  a  *v  U.V-  World Happenings  Briefly Told  TI3 I  'thafc chronic sttn fll^eases which  have  defied all other treatments  yield to Zam-Buk ?  ~ It isYbecause Zam-Buk is germicidal, and_also,has such power of  L penetration, that,it reaches disease  Jn the-undorlying tissues and cures  from tho," root "up; -That is tho  only way a permanent cure can bo  effected.  Mr. H. C. Buckley- of 461 B. Broad-  Way; Portland/-Oregon, says: "For  chronic   skin   diseases   there   ia  i nothing liko Zam-Buk. For fifteen  years I had eczem&,r and I tried an  endless-number of so-called ' eczema _  cures,' but nothing was capable of  curing me permanently until I used  Zam-Buk.*  Ten months' use of Zam-  " Buk has effected a, complete cure."  For ulcers, abscesses, bolls, ring-  - worm,,blood-poisoning-, piles, burns,  , scalds and cuts, Zam-Buk is equally '  good.   All dealers or Zam-Buk Co.,  Toronto. "50c, pox. 8 for $1.25.  Simple White Satin  Evening Gown  A French airplane with a 850,h.p.  -engine"and built entirely of metal, has  .-been perfected. *   ,.   '  t -m.       - -  A manufacturing_concern in Cleveland communicates with its other office at Pittsburg by wireless.  During the 1921 bull fighting season,  * which has just closed, there were kill-  ��������� ed 28,764 horses/1,692 bulls and four  ^fcall-Sghters.  Two hundred cocoanuts which contained not their Natural milk but Jam-  ���������.aica rum, ' were seized by federal*  .* agents, at a. Minneapolis railroad .station.  Rev. P. W. Philpott, pastor of the  - Gospel Tabernacle,'Hamilton, has re-fused a call" to the Tremont Temple,  ' Boston, which has offered him a- salary ot $20,000 ^or almost four times  this present pay.   - ' *  The Ford plants have re-opened in  Detroit after being closed nearly a  ���������month for inventory and repairs. The  ^rotation plan of employment by which  40,000 men are kept on the payroll,  cwith 32,000 working at a time, was  " ,* retained.  Falling 120 feet into a canyon when  -he slipped from the C.N.R. bridge,  %t Vancouver, Herbert Henry Barber  was instantly killed. He-was stretching a telegraph wire across the canyon for the Canadian National system  when he overbalanced.*  s0, Charles^ Garla'ndjr^o'^moBlns^io"  refused' VljOOO.OOO'froin' the "estate of  ���������his father, the late James A. Garland,- ��������� of -Boston, because it was** inconsistent with, his views regarding  -property, confirmed & report that he  had had a change of "mind, .and^ that  he would accept the legacy. " ��������� c~���������  Colonel John Bigelow Dodge, who  was arrested by Bolshevist authorities-  :at Batum, Dec. 9, as an.glleged -secret  British agent, has iiow''he'eii released^  ^.according to a despatch .to. the London  ;,Times. It was officially' explained  rfrom Moscow, that his arrest was an  .error. "':~' v  MICHAEL A. HARGADON,  Author of Irish and Canadian Poems  tt  Irish and Canadian Poems'  ���������������������  Volum-e of Verse Which Is Attracting  Wide Attention  -A most valuable arid delightful contribution to Canadian- literature is a  recently published book, "Irish and  Canadian Poems," by "Michael A. Har-  gadon. No one can peruse its "pages  without coming under the spell of this  enchanter. A very wide range of subjects are treated in most simple style  and yet with a wealth of understanding and4 sincerity.. With an evident"  love of nature and a gift of imagina  tion,     Mr.  rgadon's     descriptive  poems of Ireland "are delightful. None  the less pleasing "are his verses dealing with" the scenic beauties of "Canada, the land of his adoption.  All lovers of poetry will surely revel  in this volume, for the themes' will  strike a responsive chord in' the hearts  ot everyone. Nicely printed and illustrated with many beautiful1 Canadian  and Irish scenes, the book .will prove  a valued possession. The 'ever genial George H. Ham writes a fitting introduction to the work of this brilliant  young poet.  Ar������r>  Modern Agitation  Eurmah,- too, is demanding  political independence. The fact is  the restless peoples of the eastern  hemisphere don't know just what  they want, but they want it.���������Hamilton, Herald.      ' *  WINTER WEATHER  HARD ON LITTLE ONES  Our Canadian winters e.re exceedingly ** hard on the health of little  ones. The weather is often so severe  that the mother cannot take the little  one- out for an airing. The consequence is that baby is confined _to  overheated, badly, ventilated rooms;  talces���������cold and becomes cross .and  peevish. Baby's Own Tablets should  be given to lJeep the little one healthy.  They are a mild laxative which regulate the stomach and bowels and thus  prevent colds. The Tablets' are sold  by medicine dealers or by mail at 25  cents from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  World's Slow Speed Record  ���������tfi-xtvmir  A Cordial Invitation  ------   < ^      To Disease  4.-i4ieraf^tt0j\ii9m*U^^t0-vJ4~00-   -������   -������   . ���������. _  This is an apt "description of Constipation. It's an unnatural "condi;  tion to begin with���������but itfa dangerous  because it leads to indigestion, fills  the system with poisons, brings on  ancsmiaY You don't need a-purgative,  you don't want to weaken the system  by a harsh griping medicine���������what  you need is mild natural stimulant to  the bowels. .You get just what you  need In Dr. Hamilton's Pills which  tone up the liver, restore the bowels I Prof. Pearse has determined that the  to 'perfect* action "and positively end  constipation. You'll feel tip top after regulating your system with Dr.  Hamilton's Pjills. Good for young  and old**--a1 real family medicine,, 25c  all dealers or The Catarrhozone Co.,  Montreal. ;"  Turtle Travelled a Little Over a Mile  !n Thre������ Years  Turtles that- Prof. A. S. Pearse, of  the University of Wisconsin, tagged  and let loose, hav$T achieved what is  believed to "be a .world's record , for  turtle speed. Prof:. Pearse; announc-  ed-^at Toronto..at the convention of the  American Association for the Advancement of Science'that one turtle  had travelled a little over a mile in  three years, 11 months and 19.days.  The average distance covered by 166  turtles in 5-months was 115 yards.  By Marie Belmont  The mode of all' white for evening  here finds charming expression in  white satin outlined * in pearl beads.  The slim, straight silhouette forms an  effective contrast to the bouffant types  that are "finding their way into every  ballroom scene: "    '  The beauty of this gown lies in* its  simple    inspiration.      The --.dress-   is  made of. two straight panels, of which  the back one is left plain across the  neck.   The straight panel is slit down  ���������the front a short distance .from the  neck.     The points are    then -pulled  over to each shoulder, forming a V-  neck, with an irregular line extending  down the sides to the waistline.   The  satin    under slip    has     lace-trimmed  accordion chiffon at the sides."  The panels are held together at  either hip, a pearl cabochon finishing  the left side.    ,      ; --��������� .,< .i r..   *-.  Let Cuticura Be. Tour  First Tho ugiit Always  When tbe first-signs of pimples, redness,  or roughness appear; smear gentiy wiih  Cuticura Ointment to soothe and hesl,  then bathe with.Cuti-cura Soap and hot  water to cleanse and purify. Fmaiiy dust  oa the refreshing Cuticura Talcum, a deli-  cately medicated exquisitely scented powder. If used for every-day toilet purposes,  -"Cuticuradoes much topreventskin troubles.  S*SBp25c Ointment's aad 50c. T������lcmn25c Sold  throughouttheDominion. CanadianDepot:  tytotatt, limU-i, 344 St. Pan! $t^ W., Montreal.  *������������6c������ir������ Soap ahave* without muir.  Bad Either Way  .   Bess.���������You say she has driven two  men insane?  Tess.���������Yes. She jilted one and mar-  When Asthma Comes do.,not despair. .Turn at once to "the'help effective���������Dr. J. D. 'Kellogg's Asthma  Remedy. This remedy will give you  the aid-you need so sorely. Choking  ceases, breathing becomes natural and  without effort. Others, many .of  them have suffered as you suffer but  have wisely 'turned to this remedy and  ceased to suffer. Get a package this  very day.  Berlin  Europe.  Is   the third largest city in  MONEY ORDERS   It* is always safe to send a Dominion Express Money Order. Five dollars costs three  cents.  BOOK  ON  DOG    DISEASES  and  How  to  Feed  Mailed    Free    to    any  Address   by   the  Author-   ,  H.   CLAY   GinJVFJl  CO.,   INC,  118    West    31st-street.  Ne-ey  York.   U.S.A.  Corns, Warts, Bunions,  Painlessly Removed  : Don't, limp any longer, don't suffer  "another hour from corns. The old-,  ���������est remedy and'the best, the one that  ���������for fifty years has proved a true success, will lift out your corns" in a  . hurry. Putrnari's Painless Corn and  Wart Extractor is tho one remedy to  vijise.. Refuse a substitute, 2Bc everywhere.   -' . ���������'���������*"....   ".'-;'..  tr..-. Short Close*} Season For Fish  I Commercial, fishing   In Alberta for  coarse * varieties of flah is now permit-  tied for ten and ttiialf months of the  ^ear, under la new regulation recently  jlisued;i   The closed'.' season is; from  Y&prll lst to May 15 th.     The regula-  ������tfon does not apply to waters in "vvhich  there arei trout, whitefish or tulibee.  , 6ur Ever-Changing Weight  weighed in a delicate - scale it  would be found that your weight is a  very fickle quality. If the scales are  ^delicate*-enough it would be seen that  the "mere act _of stepping from the  platform and back entails   a   loss   of  a consequent loss of weight.  density of turtle population "in a  swampy region on the shore of Lake  Menlota, Wis." is fiye to twenty-five  per acre.  CATARRHAL DEAFNESS  Is greatly relieved by constitutional treatment. KAL.L/S CATARRH MEDICINE  is a constitutional remedy. Catarrhal  Deafrvesa is caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining; of tho Eustachian Tube. When this, tube is inflamed  you have a rumbling sound or imperfect  hearing;, and when it Is entirely closed;  Deafness is thc result. Unless the inflammation ican be reduced, your hearing  may be -destroyed forever. HALL'S CA-  ~~i������,i.* rt*U^0 ������i,r,++in������������ rvP o������ mrrt-UA TARRH MEDICINE acts through the  weight.    The   "batting    of an eyelid Wood on the mucous surfaces of the sys-  mp������nc> an A-vnnnditura of enerirv and tem, thus reducing tho inflammation and  means an expenauure oi energy ana asa,stlnB, Nature in restoring normal conditions. .   ^     ' '    f  Circulars free.      All Druggists.  F. J..Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio.  Z ,   Too Trii-a '        ���������:  Y'You can always   depend   ,on   the  ���������einmity  of your  enemies,''  notes   a  cynical contemporary "but there are  "times when' you can't count on tho  * friendship of your frlfends." '  Hoarseness Rubbed Away  Quickly By Nerviline  ,;,-. Changeable weather causes* congestion and sore throat. The blood must  be drawn from tho inflammed part,  and this is speedily done by applying  Nerviline. i The beauty of Nerviline  is that it penetrates quickly. It is  not oily and every drop sinks  right In. It draws out tho inflammation, eases the pain, makes the chest  and throat well quickly. For, relieving coughs, colds, hoarseness, Nerviline is* tha -; proper remedy. Thou*  sands say so, Large ?5c bottles Bold  everywhere.- :' y: :"P'������������������'���������,. :v*|; Y'  Sao Pauleo, the second city of  Brazil, haB one of the finest municipal -theatres In the world, costing  several million dollars.  Dyed Her. Sweater,'  Y .    - *-  Skirt and Draperies  Bvery package of "Diamond Dyes"  contains directions so . simple that any  womaa can, dye or tint her worn, shabby,  dresses, skirts, waists,.'feoats, 'stockings,  sweaters, coverings, draperies, hangings,  everything, even if she has' never dyed  before. Buy "Diamond Dyes"���������no other  kind���������then perfect home dyeing -is sure  because Diamond Dyes are guaranteed  not to spot, fade, streak or run. Tell  your druggist whether the material you  wish to dye is wool or silk, or whether  it is linen, cotton or mixed goodsT  Expect Large Fish Catch  Companies Are-Active On Northern  Lakes in Alberta  The value of fish taken by commercial inland fishing enterprises in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and the  Yukon last year totalled "??,108,257.  Great activity- is prevailing, among  fish companies in the northern lakes  of Alberta-this year, and the catch is  expected to exceed that of any previous year.  America a Pioneer  Dog Remedies  ***.  I  3>  THIN;\FLAT HAIR ,      .  I    ^GRdWS LONG, fH/CK f  AND ABUNDANT 1  vnvm*m4*i  *******,<  Seeds 5,000 Years Old  Morning   Glory   Seeds,   Found   With  ��������� Mummy Have Germinated  A morning glory seed, reputed to be  '5,000 years old, has   been   taken   to  ���������Baltimore and planted In the garden  of Mrs.'~W. Champlin   Robinson,   in  Green Spring Valloy.    Ypjie seed Is  ono of twelve found in,tlie liand of a  ;mummy of a young:'Egyptian  ;girl,  ^which   was   recently removed to the  ^United States.     Ten of ^ the   s!&edB  liavo already been planted, and all of  them germinated. ���������  ;   "p���������  "Danderine"     costs,  only 35 cents a bottle. ���������  One "applicationends all  dandruff,   stops   itching  and   falling   hair,' and,  iu    a    few    momenta,  you   have '.doubled   the  beauty    of"* your    hair.  It will appear a mass, so  soft, lustrous, and easy  to do up.   But what will-  please you most will be'  after a few weeks use,  when you see new hair-  fine and downy at first��������� \  yes���������but really new hair]  growing    all    ovcr    the  scalp.   "Danderine" is to the hair .what  fresh showers of rain and' sunshine aro  * to vegetation. It goes right to tho roots,  invigorates and strengthens them.   This  delightful, stimulating tonic helps thin,  lifeless, faded hair to grow long, thick,  heavy and luxuriant.  CORNS  Lift Off with Fingers  . No matter how deep-rooted tho corn  may be, it must ylold to, Holloway's  Corn Remover !f used as directed.  .j ���������": y i v'1"*',"'1' * e" ���������,  The use I of coal waa at one timo  strictly prohibited inYLondott-on the  groundv that '{'.Mo air was rendered  Impure and unwholesome.  As a vermicide an excellent preparation is Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator.' It has uavod thc llvcp of  countlesB children. ���������  The eider duck builds Its nest of  its "'own down six nests being required to supply one pound of this  famous down.  BEAUTY OF THE SKIN  in the natnral doilro of avery woman,  2&d i? obtalaablo by tho un ot Dr.  Chime's Ointment. Fiinples.blaelthoAda,  rouBhnwsB *nd redness at tha nkin.  Imitation'/andr. tcz~m~, disappear.* and  ' VI?1 Iw? ,B Iort Bofl1- ������nootb aud velvaty;  All dealers, or Edmonson, llt-fat, de Co.,  Limltod, Toronto. Bampl* freo if you  mentiou this paper. v  Horseshoes   of   cowhide are, it Is  said, mado in Australia.  J   mi4"tm*i\mimst\  imtaa^rammmammmtmmwiimm     i������~   * (  Mlnard'a Liniment for Warta,, Coma,  Kto. ' '  '  WW  IVC^'SJO YOUr HtjrdSS  ���������Cl������������*a������rt -j CIrnptr.*������* HmfoitHy  VWit* IV rrt~ Cyk -Cm* 0..*s Mittltm C*.Oeicetga.U  it.  or ���������tutterlnftoTtircom������~iKMltlv*ir. oar I  natural methodC permanently. rMtora  natural omocIv, <?������*<������"��������������� pupils ������t������jr������  whsro.   FrMad-ricaandUterature.       |  TKE ARNOTY IhitiTlTUTK  KITClIttNER.     . : -CANADA  Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a littlo  ���������'Freezono" on an aching corn, instantly that corn stops hurting, then��������� shortly you lift it right off with finger/*.  Truly! l  Your druggist sells a, tiny bottle of  "Freefone" for*n few cents, sufficient  to remove every hard corn, soft corn,  or corn between the toea, and tho col-  luaes, without aoreness or irritation. Wt^WB-ti-i-  IHE  CBE8TCR   EETDSW  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C.  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advahce*  $3.00 to U.S. points?.  C. F. Haves, Editor and Owner.  ORESTON,   B.O., FRIDAY. JAN. 20  Expended Over $80,000  last week's Re-  "Piight of the Creston  fit  I  In the article in  view t n the  - Taxpayer" the author seeks to cre������  .ate the impression that tho district  -has not* received value in returh'for  *-lf the taxes paid during the pasVfew"  years.    For the   benefit - of - 'those  who may not have given this angle  of the situation the consideration it  - deserves it will be well to call attention to some of the expenditures  that have been made in this area  even in the past two yeara  During 1919   and   1920   almost  $10,000 was spent on the road diversion to eliminate the heavy grade  on the Goat River hill on the roaid  r   to Kitchener.    During 1920 atieasfr  Ford Cars  L.  and  Trucks  AGAIN EEDtTGED!  Chassis $445  Chassis, with Starter  530  Runabout.    495  Runabout, with Starter-  580  Touring    535 ,  Touring, with Starter-  620  Truck��������� - ��������� r*r  575  Truck with Starter���������-���������.-��������� 660.  Coupe, with Starter....--���������-.- 840  Sedan, With Starter. 930r  These prices are f.o.b.  ������ vJ-x \x,   VS.UI/.  another $25,000 was spent - on the  new hign ievei bridge at the Canyon ind in' constructing the roads  to and from- it*. The 'same  year the Sirdar-Kuskanook road  was built and on it and the bridgea.  that'it crosses another $20,000 was  expended.  In 1920 some $10,000 was spent  on hard surfacing the road through  town and out to Crawford's hill,  and during 1921 possibly another  $9000 w^as.Apeni in coniinuing^tbia  good road on to Erickson Too, in  1921 we have a new $2f>00 ferry  built for the Kootenay River. And*  in both .1920 and 1921 possibly  $4000 was spent each year ih general road and bridge  repair work...  These Hgures will go to show  that in the matter of expenditures  the Valley as a whole has been very  generously treafed���������and the end is  not yet���������and .the improvements in  our transportation facilities so lib  erally provided are all works thafc-  the residents of this section -haye  been clamoring for for years.  f After taxpayers generally have  calmly considered these figures and  have equally dispassionately re digested^ tifeir latest assessment it  .must be at once apparent that' regardless of inequalities therein the  district has certainly had value for  its taxes in^good measure pressed  down, shaken togetherand running  over.  And having taken delivery of  the goods without protest, except  in those cases  where-the assessed  ^TttT.IA   xxv   vvrx  tuiuv   xa.  jiiji  tx^r rvrvrte.  *~-m\jK;QO  rx~  v.rt  Xl.r.  111C   111   asstssstf^  price, no representative body like  the Ratepayers' Association should  countenance any move that to all  intents and purposes would be  nothing short of Tiavmg the Valley  try to evade payment of its share  I of willingly-incurred and necessary  "abiigations.  -' ;' -������  \ > "'  Creston ilufo & Siippfy  fl. S. BEVAN. Proo.  Very Little Over-Assessment  Fresh, Cured  and  Smoked Meats  and  Fish  Cooked Meats  and  Sausage  Our  Peameal Bacon  is good  Creston nfleat Market  Postofflet Block.     JACK BARRACL0U6H  Hill! ht  IVI I \hmW\s  Rich in Butterfat, and from  Tuberculin-tested Cows  CREAM FOR SALE  at all times  7 -Quarts or 14 Pint* for $1.00.  MOUNTAIN VIEW RANCH  WALTER V. JACKSON  Ip-* <&piiQceeding with whatever  aefiofi'^h'ejfmay deem necessary in  connection with ithe adjustment*^  the 1JJ22 assessment roll it is to be  hyped that the officials cf the Rate-  payers Association will not lose  sight of the fact that while Saturday night's meeting was well attended, and many joined up with'  the' organization by paying the  membership fee, yet there vgas uo.  definite complaint as to actual over-assessment. ���������':**���������  Z -The only' interpretation such uncharacteristic silence on the part of  Creston audience will bear is that  while many of those present had  had generous increases in assessment, and some rhad -been boosted  &e much as 200 per cent., still even  at that the assessor, had still-kept  below the mark that would be con  sidered high when selling price is  considered.  Admitting this to be the feeling  of the community iu most cases,  any rash demands to haye so called  low assessment raised,, and high  assessments lowered, is liable to  produce a verv muoh worse state of  affairs thau at present exists in  that the assessor,, may get the notion that his present effort is ignite  unsatisfactory and proceed with another re-assessment that will give  many of those, who are satisfied  with things as tney   are  outlay any undeserved onslaught  on the assessment mightcauseuquite  a number of people, the association's, executive should 'nol;'* lose  sight of the'feet :that any such uri-  necessary movp vfiil in no way tend  to strengthen the co-operative spirit that is so Accessary to make the  Ratepayers'Association the "power  for-good th������Et its ift'embersbip hopes  for. Community friendship is not  likely to he pernented by unnecessarily increasing taxation ��������� in these  times of enforced thfiffcT  ed;  G&riiG&tiG Pack  Ratepayers' Associations like  aesessors sometimes make mistakes  and to the Review it seems that  aturday slight's meeting -erred  seriously in Making the membership fee a modest twenty-five cents.  If copies pf assessment rolls have  to be secured, and trips have to be  made to-Nelson to secure' them, certainly two bits per head on the  membership will not meet this item  of expense alone, to say nothing ab  all of a little working capital.   -  And what about- a rather thorough investigation of municipilization for the "Valley. In order to  accomplish, this it will be needful to  send some reliable party to some  well governed rural municipality to  see just how'' the thing is worked  and what expense there is attached  to to focal self-government.  In the past, some of the school  districts have -fought shy of municipal effort due to the fact that  government control seemed to be  the cheapest, .but if the raises in  assessment are anywhere near as  general and generous as one is led  to believe they are, then certainly  there would seen) to be little room  left to argue as to the cheapness of  having the present style of administration.  have oreaRri^atioo committee l^^^i&llanata.r.  co iook alter, thp-matter in the diff- j With rosy cheeks and flaxen hair,  erent school districts, wliile in town]  a   similar' committee  of   Creston  Board of Trade could have cp-oper-  ^ 1 with tt^;.^^-oaj^^Beft..iii:  diing;the situation: .--���������<��������������������������� *��������� ' - -  >:  a ted  liandl  V  The trouble. with the nxultiplia ity  of organizations is that fcher$ iare  only so^ many, people to-scarry' on  effort of this soft and-tfhb more or-,  ganizations you^harve the greater  the burden oU'tfat^w^S^e willing and able' to serve. * * *to6t tfiere.  is also the' possibility of'. tlje new*  comer getting off tj? ael ^kefclike  start���������and* petering ovft������ <jwst as  rapidly. " *. -   -w-i.-.-.  - With much of this effort entrusted to the older; organizations' com*  mitfeees *rou not only ������6t>etj*niily intelligent action, but yOu haye the  added advantage of having the  affairs administered by organize  ations that meet regularly anH have  already established somereputation  ae being the spokesmen fo^t&e'diff-  erewfr communities ihey represent.  Too many cooks can 'mix the coaa=  munity mulligan wrong .. just * as  ieauiiy as we are told they can  spoil the soup.  -     ,-.,..  .*> -j.f'  aamttam.  In connection���������with the discussion at Saturday night's meeting  as to what should be taken as the  just and equitable basis for -��������� the  assessment of land, and the seeming eagerness of all to get valuations lowered all round,- it might  be well to call attention to the fact  that Greston Valley will not be one  cent 1 etter off if * the assessment  were <5ut in half, for the rather  good and sufficient reason that it  requires a certain amount of money  to finance the, government of and  general maintenance of the district  and the only source:of revenue is  taxation." ,       ,'.,*, Z  If the assessment is lowbred the  situation will have to be met  by  ��������� ���������    *jj .. ���������  raising the tax rttte, and in the  matter of dollars*,* and cents you  hand out just as muoh on a 2 per  cent, levy on $500, as you do now  on the l*f)er cenJb, levy on $1000.  il The debts of Vthe community  have got to be paid' and, generally  Qpoaking, just for the; look of things  rtiost people ijrefer'tiie low rate and  the higher assessment rather*-than  the reverse sitwation-^-it helps materially when oho happens to want  to sell a place to v. stranger or newcomer.      ';���������. .|  A High Jtesolve  By fCH. EDMONDSON -..  I am a maiden young-and fair   '     f  With rosy cheeks andv flaxen hair^      ���������  And thoughts, each day, do come, to  _    me,  what must my life in future be..  I sit nie down in a shady ncok,u  By the water of a running brook,"  .And drink within the fresh, pure air.  And watchthe fishes playing there.  4  There  lilies  grow;   white,   fragrant,  sweet,   -'-*���������"'  Hard by the wateng-at my feCtfjY  And mossy stones on every hand. '  Show beams of sunlight. J3 (so grand.  As I sit in that beauteous, - silent cove,  With its deep dark shades of balsam  grove,        Y - Y Y , " ;,-'   . "V- "*  -A thoughwame foi-tir frOmiiiy'Heaft  ���������    , withinr>s v     - #* ^itd'**--*���������-���������> ������������������������.  Whatra. wondrous pl^e, tttad freikf rofii  'Sin. ^    .   -\ *���������**  '���������������'-    '���������=* /  As I viewed the scene with wondering  eyes  ��������� ���������    .,  My thoughts .ascend to* paradise,     '���������'  Where, mother said, if we forgive.  We snail one day with angels live.  .  As f scanned an eddy of the running  brook . .  Bhe   posed,   as   one enwrapped  in  ; -.. thought  :  Of a time to be, but as yet was not;  When there was heard a still, small-  - .voice,   * ' -4.UH i  it^ow is the time to make your choice.'- _  .mrif . *,  ���������*If yott would make your life one glad  *' j song',  -.,  Avoid the path..youknow is wrong;  ,And keep your conscience bright and  ,"   - clean, .**".������  And your whole lifo" will be serene."  ���������y * -" - v.  Ten thousand thoughts to me'did come  ���������As I yiewed 4;he world witb its good  .   and wrong, ��������� ....      m  -And a thousand voices faintly heard  Would come again/ then disappeared.  With this wondrous vision I could not  copes " . -  It was like a huge kaleidiacope;  At times it was a dazzling dream.  At times it was a wondrous scene.  There the'clouds did break, and before  ��������� . my eyes  The Son of Righteousness did rise,  Which gaye me light like the Apostle  Paul,  When scales like from bis eyes did fall*  As Moses in the burning brush  Made God omnipotent his trust.  So, also, I was led to see  What should my life and future be.  I thought of Elizabeth's dying bed  And the Queen of Scots, how she lost  her head,  ^  Auu then iaaid to rae. "Ah,  ween,  I'm glad that 1 am not a queen."  1 viewed the world as it's seen today,  Where   thousands  of ^ maidens lose  their "way; :   '  All hell ward bound their bodies thrust,  To feed, the mammoth demon. Lust.  Giddy and thoughtless, on they go.  Leading a life of shame and woe;  Heeding not that the human soul  Is of greater worth than the heavens  ' that roll.  t make this covenant today.  To walk the higher, nobler way.  Not found in Baal's heathen idol.  But in my mother's holy bible.  I here resolve to bend my knee  -  To the sufferer of Getbsemaue,  1 And under 11 is great flag unfurled  Redeem a maiden from the damning  world.  /  Chorus: Tune, Beulah land.  The aage&gu&rd me every day.  The higher, nobler brighter way;  By faith's keen, eye I see them sing.  And in my. heart the echoes ring.  ���������*-'!  Memorials in Granite  ..<< ^dffsij^idtfttarrledeadt**strmcted  T*^ ^������i *��������� ���������*    mam x -Z" "^*]1^1 n  J. S. WILSON, Sirdar, B.C.  .   r Atharo Granite Quarribs  We are Offering Special  Values in: these Lines ---  .  ass  -1'0.1':.  -0e*i  \rff>'-  FLAMMULrmZJZESPr  :���������&������������������  White, at 2064 25b^v30&^?Cf:.  Striped, 32 and 36-incli, iat 30o 'y&ird '  Grey, at 30c.-and 35c; ya^rd ;  n-.;  boost upward along with those  whom it may be shown are really  on tho low side.  Broadly speaking it is not overstating the situation to say that 75  per cent, of the people are quite  well satisfied to lot the present  aRAeflmnent roll pass unohallonged,  and where over-charge has been  made to apply for redress t.~ tho  court of revision, and certainly until such time as the new association  oan get a copy of thin and last  yearn' rolls mid make oarofnl comparisons too muoh turn should not  tne kicked up officially.  In addition to tho extra financial  -While the   nowly-formed   Ratepayers'   Association* should   have  ;a wide   field of usofiil operations  another ahead of it; and if' the".'offloeiib are  given the support ond encouragement they deserve they are of the  oalibro that will accomplish some  of the thinga the organization is  designed to attend to,~still as more  than one in the audienoo observed  it is about time Oreston Valley  took nomo thought of stopping -.tho  creation of now aaeooiationaand devoted moro timo to extending the  operations and ciAoieuoy of the  several organizations that wo aro  already bloaacd with.  And ih connootion with this  aBRoaament matter would it not  have been possible for each of the  Ave locals of the United Farmers to  Hoiiey  Long Gloth, fcure fifiiish, .^ 6 iriL, St 30e, z  '       '" '���������'''    'Y."v':'"������������������'���������;   ^zHk-'CZlZlZ. '���������"-*���������;���������. '...*/���������' ���������������������������" '���������"''   '  Crompton*^ a la Qm^ Corsets  ���������-prieed<;;i.60;^  ' ��������� ^ ' t* , ��������� * *  Child s, jyiisses arid W<i>men s Shc^s v  Mahogany,   Brdwn   and   Gunmetal   leather,      !  high   tops. \ Ohilds',  sizes   4   to ,'7^2.65;.  1 Misses,! 1 to 2i. $4.^5.    Women'sy 3 to 7; $5*25  ���������:. "'.;:��������� ��������� .:n;ew-;ELASTieS^^-,f.^. :;  These goods are made of the best P^ra Rubber, and  are freshly made goods.   AU widths iti %t^ok,i    \  -r ' ..;- .   ������������������  t. '   ���������" 'J      ���������  ''���������'   ���������">- *)'>���������'   ���������"'''    -:'��������� '*' ���������' "," '*.  Scotch Fingering 4^ply H^afchfer; $1.75  Monarpt, Cpzey and Beldirig^s^ ^istmlene  . * ,      Y   Sweater Yarns; " Z ^^^-p^'Zzz  ���������(������*���������  Mercantile Go������ lid.  \^  i  -t~. THM CBESSOH BBYISW  ))  ~   -."    V   -     -.Z-*  APPLICATION!! FOB 6RAZIN6  PEWITS  ussIr the mimMifii^  r/rm  j>t\- i/-- vy ,���������tyv* ,i? .sr -v  -s***-   -'.  Applications  for  ^irvft^ort^rin'the' Ci  e.ich Grazing District of the Pio^npe.  .of-BritishColumbia?"dYifjng- tfie'grasei'  "i'ig season of 1A22 must "T������e- BU-d wi*n  ^the -Distinct- :Jftnfre*LAr   at VWrfUnnis  Ij ike.- ; Ciait hmok, - Pi inctt    Q^fgrgc1*.  K.-inilciops,    Nelson. . Prince *.:Kjifie&te  gjamimr  . IS. B:������i3vn*v.er'6t' the Nelson branch  of theXiiW^fVpA. ndcivesaed a. meeting  of- Jh^local returned men ut the home  'KPj&Ly?' Pell   on .Satin-day   night,  ti-? -Hmm.- ���������- (tying V^ a U)iscae i��������� te|.  v>   rp   -*-vv*'  feXanVm  r-pei-uiits "i*?; pffize' ,^l^^hu^>t8nmnrti������a,tH(n'onlyonehouft'8  ?,.'������*'" f^J1^^^^!   ���������a,,t>t'e wife gfi-eii,   H)St in- spite of this  ���������J ^liHw^gO^fbrowd turned but,  ������l  P  '.'..r.    March 31, 1922. >       *-1*.   ^  Blank forms' nptm ���������which :to suhnVifc  5������- - JippFicatiortS - nhiV -be 'wbtaln^d^fruni  y.   the-Ditsti-ieli" ForestVl-s at the 'ttljnye-  named   places  oi- from the   Pjm-ii-t"'  -   -   >HMit nf-Lands; Victoria.'^" 1^"^S^,  The  grazing   ������������f .livestock  on  the  Cvawn Riinge without-. pMinit eon sti*  Jnt*** ti-vsjirtss, priihibi!ed'byiK*4V,Nr^r,t;  *   V:"Z-    ' ?o;vtt~.AD^?'-\..y  Deputy. Minister of g^ncls.  Depiii tmen t of Xt* nds, Victoria, B.'CX ^  <fc������nuaiy#, 1982,^, V  jSL  Loyal Grange Lodge, lloliflSi  Meets T-HIRfrTHmtSDAY of ^ "  . each --< mouth- ^rll,-!-Mercantile t f.  Hall.   Visiting brethren cord!-', j*?"*  - > - *tlty*irivited.< P * *  -'���������--*-j"**-"*- *rv    '  ERIC OLSON, WiBF  '*'-( - ,     -      ������ S .���������     ������*. .   S      * , tfl-    '   * I    ���������       ' 4*      "'  ,       >~ .   *,  with  ffjn&ideot Bell in the chair.  SiSYPhillips has i-eturned to Van'-  WR^'tti.tMkesliip sixth  term at the  Otiiveirsity of-B.O.     ,  ,- - _->. I  , Something entirely new almost has  ^developed in the area. , naninly,' the  tuna wav fever. E. Thompso^'s'heavy  team made" their gateway in" the "dark  JotfThwVsdaVnight and climbed over  Xnep pnncahV three-hoiir-hefore pur-  chased set-of bobs. Had Shey tisen  j^psuf-ed, Duncan would be quite" a  WealtHy * settleai* now. ' Fortunately  they *wet4������ stopped -by R. T. Milner B&-  foreKettiHjroufcof the camp limits.  jWjyed-Weston's outfit duplicated^ the  performance the hext afternoon with  several yonng children on board', but  fortunately the youngsters landed ia  thCiJnowbut.the outfit was badly  wrecked. ~ A few minutes later Alfred  Webb*a biuerbiood and  its driver sue  .91  SiiBs nSpHfiig  Men's Half Soles. $i,2&  l^omdr/sIlalf Soles, $i M'  ��������� *"   * - J~   0 x      '      .;  Quaranteed for 6. months.  1)4-  r.1  -;���������  *sc.  Alex. Mirabelli :  Shoemaker   - -, CRESTON'  tiiiopslrnf     ^  ���������HBi������wn  price of  first-class  land  rMuo^d to 95 an acre; 86con6-claaa to -  W.M, an eaor*;-���������-i- _.._ ��������������� -   -,sv-;, .  Pre>������i&ptioa  now ������oaflne4Uto jesa?-  v������s*d lanos ������air.;   Z-- - r ^ :> ..y -���������  Jftecofds rtSS'ls*. granted coveriiic only  ^ land oultablefr eor,a*rtcultvi-"al parses**.;  ������nd which ie noa^tlnibiarland.   * - fP--.'J -,  Partnership pre-emption* Abolished,  but-pertles-of not-ttfortreihas'fc**issay.*  arrange   for   adjacent   pre-emptions,  wjth jofnt residence, ImT -    '      -'������������������  ., n,eceflsai^-^p������oy<gcn������at&^i^i  claftna,-. * r *������r.-.^nZF-    ~- v������������-a.**^'  - Pte-emptors must occupy -claims for'  - 5Y? yeafa and nu3c������ Improvements tn -"  ��������� 55.BfJif ���������" *1.?.3paT/*S& *incJ*ndln������s*M*r.*" *  b^ore recelvlne jCtrown Grant.   . -.  ..'^llHBWrtbe*patMJa not i  lees tfiah 8-yearfl. ind haa made pro-^  i,-^-i*i.is;s:s iwprvV������nient8-~"h������ snay, !sa=  cause or Ui*h-saith, or .other cause, be >  * Krant������d Intermediate certiQemte off ,1m-  proyement and transfer'hls clalmP*       '  Records, without/.permanent   residence, may be Issued, provided, applicant makes Improvements to extent of-'*  ysoo per^annum and records same each'  year.   Failure to make Improvements'  or rrecord^aame ^m opem^'as fo"  reiture.    TlUe cannot be obtained in  ������SB������,t*,IKl B y������*"1, and Improvements  of fio.op per acre. Including .5 acres  cleared and cultlyateEd. and residence  of at least 2 year* are reaulred. <������       "  Pre-emptor   holding   Crown   ������rmnt  may record another pre-emption, if he-  fSr15u125dJn 5������������^u������oUon ^irlth his*,  fSSSf W]SK?* Mtusl>ocouiiauonr itro-  ylded  statutory  improv-Nnents  made  Stf-iSSWf- "^ntaln-id on- Crown  granted land. - -  Unsurveyed^ areaa, not oxceodlnx iv  fSX**: ?ftytJb? HP*������ ashomesftM:  *llle.,i0* *��������� obtolmraaftwfulfllllftK wwl'  dentlai and Improvement cone3ftlon&  For graalnf and UidustrUU purpoww  areas exceeding no acre. Z*bi  leased by one person or com j  ������*������. D/.iln# varaon er company.      v  ..3^!"' f^tory or InduBtrlaTpites on  "������Jw l������l>������ not  eucoesdlng . /o *eres  SSL5j*%r*,1&*,,^t ������oaaitlons.include  paym������nt of stumpage.- ^   . "  .-  h������ ���������l������Z7ilJl^-Jn**d0W^ Inaccessible  by IXl*tinP ������>**������ may be purchased  conditional upon construction of a road  ~nmi?9t^U R������hate of one-half of cost of  road, not exceeding half of purchase  Djrlee, Is mads. ���������*��������� v-������������������m������w  PRB-EMPTOnt'     VRBB  0 .   AOT*  QRANT6  ������JS!SS.MSnM of thta Act u ������nlarged to  ll.*.. -,l.t.���������^,.������. ^.^���������ordtvJIIIM  may appl  ~ ��������� du  1!MS ^iniVhioFthsJislnr'or divisMr  ��������� from  such, person,  aftt   war.   This privilege  trooctlve.  title underT'thls'^ot L������ sxterided  for one y'ear froi  person,  as form,..,.   ...���������..���������.���������  'yeuT af4lr.the conolUAIon of the pressnt  formerly,  *"      llOB '  death.o������  until  one  r"ft������!!  :!!y distributed &  curae?  over h.  mile,of road, but without any casual-  tf.n:~    imx  Xt   u    x-xtv.   vvxxy  A   mngfr. g������j*i/jw.jlj|,  ofVstag party was given to a host of  friends by C. H. Phillips'on the eve of  the return of his sbn, Speery, to B.O.  University. A first-class dinner was  served at 6.30 and refresh merits ivers  again in evidence ai 11 p.ni. The Lister five-piece orchestra was in attendance and everyone bad a fine time.  Gnpt, A. H. Rowbury has returned  from a business trip to Victoria, and  is thistveek on> similar' snission to  Fernie.  .Mrs. W. P. Stark and son. 'Arthur,  were week-end guests of Airland Mrs.  Geo. J>r-t*l(8.;-  \ "Mr. Asher of Ci-eston was here for  Sunday Evening service at the school-  house.-'   ���������-  "-' ' '���������>*  This tax roll contains information of a  confidential nature connected'with the  financial standing pi everyone tn the  Valley; informaiion that ought to be  quite inti^e8tipj5/tf> eyeryone on the  taxpayers committee.  "4.'^A ^um^c^iennipnt that everyone  joining the association will. be asked,  to. 'signf ,'8 do&qitiHit ^ somewhat   as1  .follows; ,,.,;.   r-,,ii.z..r. Y ,      -  ;My assement Ln.1916 was $���������..,   J^[y assessment now is 9:. . '  !f Ywfll accept-fc^ildash- for my  property.  '���������     -t- -A'y*.*r \    -'.,    -.  h       4      f* t,       " '     ^jl^ jl3 P%|* ������������������������������������������������������������������.������ MMWWM amm.m m^mmmtv m ���������fc  <So mui'h for thcrcomedy. - In addition the meeting was not .Without its  serious side^ The s|iateiner,t was made  to the effect that only by united action  could tbo^er i>yfer assessed get redress,'  and. it was implied that no individual  taking his case before the cpurt of revision would get very little co nsidera-  tion.'    ���������- :     -["  Now, Mr, Editors as a, Canadian born  tlzen *-. submin, -vvithout 'fear of contradiction, that our conita of justice  are second tc> none in thp world, and  any statement" that'easts the slightest  reflection upon any Canadian courfls  not to be tolerated*.  Any ratepayer of- this district who  considers himself over-assessea cad go  besos^s the coaiu .pf revision and get  immediately all the- ^redress he is,.entitled to.' and any statement that  hints that this is not the.case is not  only untrue but -also is not loyal ih  that ic is an attack upon _a Canadian  institution . that is above reproach,  namely, our Jaw courts.  * In view of the fact that the assessor  is called upon to make a declaration to  the effect that he has assessed , our  properties at their cash yalue I. think  that this district ia being handled yery  leniently as regards assessments.  Is it not possible ,'thiit too much,  noise at this end may bring about a  re-assessment of %ho district with the  result that the assessor may have definite instructions to assess at the cash  values regardless. . This, too; might  be serious. Y <-  The meeting Saturd^night, called,  apparently for the purges of p?������������*p������fe*'  ing against ^ assessme^^ failed t&  b*cing forward one concrete case of  over-assessment. ^'In view of this fact  what was the meeting Called for ?. 1*  this a political uuMra? # ^IfjBo1 let some  a Cranbrook visft-  C. H. Phillips is  or this week.  Messi-s. Head scud Burgess^entertain  a rack load of friends to; a sleigh drive  on TufesdAV night, the EYThompson  teamLbeiagidraf ted into ������eiyice for the  ���������������������     z..-     -.   ���������     - - x.  affair, which wsfc fully appreciated.  ^^MrT^Bd^Mrs. V. S. Liddicoatt and  sister have returned from Cranbrook.  Henry Christensen has gone to work  at-the.mine.at KJmbei-Iey.     v ?-;     ,_.,.  ,A ���������" nieeticj? of the 3w>csb*"e^ei*s?  Association was held en Thursday  everting in the schoolhouse; .Vlce-pi-es  ideut E. Smith occupying the chair in  *he ~ absefnee" of J President' McKay^  Secretary McLeod presented a most  optimistic financial report for the past  year.  Lis.tei Loral of the TJnited Farmers  had their annual meeting on Thursday, Jan. 6th, President Power ' occupying the chair,' and. J. VV. Head  officiating as secretary. A vote was  tjsfcen to sj?c what the U.Ff'were to do  in politics, and after a quite heated nr-  gument ^hat lasted fully un hour it  was decided'to haye uothing whatever to do. with politics. The election of  officers .'resulted as foliows: Hon.  President. Fred Lister, M.P.R, ,re el-  eaiecT by, acclamation. President. Fred  Powers, reelected by acclamation.  Vice-president, Jas. Jory, who woji  ovfr J. -W/ Head, Air. Hend then being chosen Mecretary-treaeiirer. ' Dir^  ectoit*.���������A. W. Atkins and W. McLeod,  mod* --���������  t  "������ -������������������^^ii^������-1*������r*m������������tlon"ftr������  'due or  , emptions ,  ,���������, Taxes aro  ���������sy������oio py soiaiers on    pre-  t-mrtv.imi~>.-?V?klt**i*' for, Ave yeata."  \*52v!eWM? t^ni-vm of moneys ac-  $"&. ty? *nd .*HP P*w ���������Inoi August  ���������or taxes on soldiers' pre-emntions.  ions,  ���������.uro!  hose  i. 5?t,el^������t p������' agf^emWuT'to'pJ  tnatia   for   lsatian<De  Provision   maaa ..ror   lioraann*   of  nurohiuie, JnVolyln# forfeitureYon ful*  terest ana t������Ms.   Where sub-nun-<ii*iia������  ^'iS^At'S!^E1^:!^SimSS^y  QflAXINO.  Act, 1118, for  over  lTH������*������t  ,t*  arstsmntlo  4ey������ionm������nt oi livestock InduS^Mnro  vld-M For araMUm districts e^r&Er  admin Htrntlon   under   C������mml������ii���������n*r  Annual graslng permits Issue^bassd  lished .< owners, stock-ownsrs - m*y  farm Aft^^i^run m*o,^..  S**"'**,;?*^ *r J*W������w -tree, pennlta  Srts������ h& ********' <" wSvWSSTS  LETTERS TO THE EDITOR  pf our'@rit epellbindgrs ?tske pes  band and present the other side of tbe  case, for surely there, is Another side  that we have not heartl^  In the meantime, ^ust^as a test of  the sincerity Of ourwo^lff-be reformers, the writer of this ^article is going  try and arah *af! ofAhft* fAi������fis-!rt������������!S������������������������ti.  xxixtvx jjcvoii ufr xiiivK A*fS^iiSvcnaa.Sr-ir'  ed with the assessment^ pf the meji  who are asking that. the tax roll of  the'district be placed in their ljainds.  If successful I will publieh as an advertisement the 1015 assessment, the  present assessment, and the, present  cash value of the propeEty .holdings of  the' following people:, jfaa. CombtonV  P. G. Ebbutt, W. G. Liiitlejohn. A. R.  Swanson, C. O. Quist. E-VanAckeran,  3, M, Ors-^le asd H. F. Fackmaa.  These gentlemen are the executive of  the - Batepayers' Association, and- if  sincere should haye no objection to'  these facts belng'made publid. -Thanking you for space, ~ Taxpayer.  ANNUAL MEETING  ti.r Notice is hereby given that the annual meeting of Creston Valley Agricultural Association will' be held at  Speers* Hall, Creston, at8 P.M., Mon-  Busine^  day, January 23rd,   1822.  AdoptiOE. cf���������esa(uaS reports, election  WALMSLEY.  -jj������s>i  of officers.  Secretary.  ^**aMiim\%BV**%  etc-. YR.  HEIFER ASTRAY  Came to the premises of the undersigned aboufr November h 1921, voatw  beifer 1 year ojd, ao brands yisib������er  horns- turn' backward and downward-  <>wner-> gas. haye same on paying all  expenses.   PAUL HAGEN, WynndeL  Is the;re any  Meat in the  House?  - This is EinVftrst qu&s-  .tion that p^eFenftar/itself  ' to jtb������*. housewife ^if, an  -^.unexpected "visitor-drops'  ip, for a meal:, Bnt why  worry ? - '  Shamrock-Brand*  Hams and Bacon  ,  Finest: Quality  Cooked Ham ������  ��������� Lunch Meat  ���������v  ^ t *  ' Bologna, &c. _  are^ always' -to  be  had  here.' In meats, nothing  quite equals 'Shamrock*  -products.   '^"~  ���������<**>  ?.  BURNS  & CO., Ltd.  m.000  ' The Taxpayers* Meeting  p ��������� .  ;,i    .t���������  EbinroB Kbvibw:  . SHr,���������Tlirongli the 'columns of the  itevlew permit me to compliment tt^o  oltlxem* of Ci-eaton on their good judgment In selecting Mercantile Hull as a  place of Hniuaenient on Saturday  night last. While the jptoture show  was up to Its usual excellent standard,  tho ��������� ratepayfra' meeting presented n  viiudeyllle perfbrmance of such merit  that no one could afford to miss it.  l*he outstanding laiigh-gettets might  be* enumerated a������ follows s   :        >/  1. An attempt which might appear  to buvo ae -Its objoctivo the placing of  Honest -John Oliver's Government bo*  hind the bars for tho practice of nanry.  * 2. The election of tho officers of an  association before said asHoclation was  regularly formed. Y        "���������"''.  l&. The proposition^ that ono iytthe  meet, moves' of the aasociatloh bo the  securing of the tax roll for the Valley.  :-sM-p.4S2.MzMM,:  expenditures on  under Seotlons 28  Mineral Act.  Datod at KUchonor, B.C., December  27,1021. J. A. SULLIVAN.  Z������,������������xAJA&i2Gm_ AJF,  .������������     ,f^M-Z1Z*rtt������t8.*~.i-t3  Came True  Are you saving for���������tbe house yott hope to owk. tfe������  f ravelling yow long fe /(in. the imsiiie&g yim *������������**4't$  buy. the comfortable retirement you hope to enjoy?  Open a savings accooBt at any branch of this Banl^  and yonr regular deposits wil] prove the Icey to realization of your dreams.  IMPERIAL  BANK  '���������. W. ALLAN,  OP ���������AJ*���������AS������A,  CRESTON BRANCH,  "���������K-^aBHaMSH  JMfaaagar,  Notice fo Delinquent Co-Owners  Z     Regarding tht Sullivan Group cf  .A Mineral Claims  Notice is hereby given that I, John  A. Sullivan, co-owner with.M.. J. Dyer,'  Hiinnah &. I^arHop und Charles Han  son, o^any perehnto -whom they may  havo transferred ^m interest v in the  following claims:- Canadian Copper,  Golden Copper. Yellow Metal; . Diamond Cross, Liiruon, Sullivan'.and  Alice, recorded at Nelson .by mp������ unless -tho said M. St Dyer; Hann&h E.  Larson and Charles Hanson, or any  {Yerwon towhorirthQV mh"y, nave trnrio-*  orred������an Interest Within the porlod of  niuety days from this hoitce, ;pay .to  nie the'sUuih ahown herewith, said  sums being due forworlc done on, and  expenses incurred,; In connection1 with,1  the dovelopmenb of the aboye-mon-4  tiom-dolHlms, an follows! *'  M.J. Dyer, 176.00.  \   '   Charles HunB<m, $86.00, Y  for this���������yo/lr'a osflorthmont work, ft'ont  1020 to 1021,'o'n said mineral claims,  together wilh all -)3nsf^ of thfii ttdyor-  tlHemwiti and      ���������  , Hannah E. iJarson, $160.00 .;'  fcii- tho yoiiva' iissetiament work from  1018 to 1021, on said, mineral claims,  togothor with all costs of thlsadyer-  tisemont. ���������,'������������������. '������������������ '���������".-'������������������-���������y '���������$% P-  . And further take notice that unless  these sums are p������ild within the :thno  above stated your Interests in the sam  claims will become vo.atod In mo, your  co-ownor, who hoii rn^de the required  m aaid mineral olnlnru^  Your Ambition  whatever it may be, will be more  -easily achieved if you have created a strong ally m the shape of a  Savings Bank balance.  ���������.���������*** ~+  "' Itgiyes courage in present difiicwJdes  -' acid confidfertcfe for the future.  No beguroibg is too small and  no.  aini.tuohifi^u ^ ..Y"-  "* Open an account to-day, u        ������si"  Tf^Q^ipiAN BANK  /  ^-;~-  I  *5^t  CRESTON BRANCH, CG. Bennett Manager.  LJ  Goal!  ' /_ Iiripefihl ,;Lump Gait Coal  always in stock.      '''.""--���������.  TRANSFER   and   DRAYING-    r      *. , . ���������*  Start. M. Watson  Office:    Opp. Methodist Church. Phone 56  IF YOU ARE THINKING  EH  OF BUILDING NOW  ^-*-:>'r>tS?-rt!ltgyiMEl  ',' ���������* "��������� .������������������     7v ���������*������������������'* ��������� -'���������*'* '. '���������*��������� *;      *' '  v       ' .^������������������:-'  No doubt you will pay more money  ^    :  for lumber next year,  WE RAYBA COMJWLETE STOCK OF LUMBER  ��������� '   .,'      '     ' ,'Y ��������� *>>>,.���������'���������'-*, .. .';   ���������   ������������������ ��������� ,      ....***- *��������� ��������� ...���������   /v . " ��������� '  All kinds of Mouldings and Finish  , ;!"    Shingles and Brick '  . '���������"'   Y"     "���������    ";' '*.���������" '-p.--'   ,.*��������� .������;',:;:���������*''   .    .* *;,,    '������������������  A^k us to quote you price*     1:  Ganyon City Lamber Company  LIMITED Z-~Z-S~~7Z-&SttS~~T&tt^^^  i-t^'i mttntntri-i-  " "*Zt 'l *v " '  ii" '        ml ���������" ���������**<���������  1,^1      ^   ���������     i" ,"**V  ** trt m*  lit-* *  1  IA'  jgHMa l-SSOTH^ CEESXO^; & fi^'  %  Always Pur������  and    Clean  and Kept Good,  in the Sealed  Package  Canada's Needs  ;  The Golden Age  No. 3���������A World Mark������t  In urging the view that one of Canada's needs at the present time is a  world-wide market for the products of its farms, forests,, fisheries and mines,  bul chiefly its farms, perhaps it would be nearer the mark to say that Canada  needs national action by its Federal Government to direct' the products of  this country to those foreign markets where there is a .demand at a profitable  price for the very things this Dominion requires to sell and can raise in  abundance.  Of all the great producing countries of the world Jt is possibly not incorrect to say that, speaking nationally, Canada is the"most backward of all in  pioinouLng trade in other countries. In the years before the war. Germany,  under the direct guidance of its national government, was- pushing its wares  Into every nook and corner of the world. Great Britain' has for long years  been wide awake and active in extending its trade all over the world, and  Government agents have been a big factor in developing British trade and the  sale of British-made goods in countries both civilized and uncivilized. The-  United States, too', handicapped though it was because of a lack of merchant  shipping has not neglected its opportunities and U.S. consular representatives  are active agents in promoting United States trade.  But Canada has done little or nothing. ." The efforts put forth have^been  puny and puerile, penny-wise and pound foolish, 'lacking "in vision and totally  devoid of' real initiative and aggressiveness.  In Canadja, both Government and people have, for the most part, been  quite content to allow the export trade of the country to be handled and controlled by other countries, with the natural ?aiuTinevitable result that it has  always taken second place to the interests of those countries through which  tt is controlled. The Government has not had wide awake and trained representatives in foreign countries to size up the situation there, inform our  Government of conditions of whieh Canada could take advantage, ~and no  national machinery whereby such opportunities as presented themselves  could be quickly seized. . - . ���������   ���������'���������  Por example, it has recently been stated by a writer who quoted facts  and figures ih support of the statements made, that during the past year,  when: livestock were a drug on .the Western Canadian market and where a"  price* could not be realized to cover the costs of production there was an active demand at high prices for cattle in Mexico, where, because of the many-  years of revolution and political upheavel, the livestock of the country was  reduced to a minimum. In Mexico, this writer declared, was a ready market?  at high prices for the very animals which Canada had in abundance.and was*  unable to sell. _Y " Y;*��������������������������� '.'._. .-.*���������"  In Mexico, also, high prices, almost excessive prices, were being paid for  wheati ahd flourj while the best price obtainable by our Western Canadiah  farmers for their -wheat was less" than the cost of growing, harvesting and-  marketing the wheat through the old methods ��������� and-^hanii-els.PZ?-  Y  Why has Canada not built-up a ^department of tlfe- national governments  which would, through its foreign representatives, be ..made? immediately aware  of such conditions, and which could. atVqice^set. national machinery in mo-,  tion to take full advantage of the opportunities .thus presented? .. Instead,.;  we have remained idle, trusting to Old World conditions to right themselves  --so that our wheat could flow with a profit to Liverpool and Europej or dribble  into the United States, and, with our live cattle shut out of Britain, we have;  disposed of our cattle at a loss or made meagre sales-on the Chicago market.  Canada Is a full-fledged member of'the League of Nations;  our statesmen and politicians, public men and newspapers speak of Canada as a nation.^  we may as a people be beginning to think nationally, but we have yet to begin the important work of acting.nationally.     Yet there is no country today  in a better position to undertake a national cbmm,ercial undertaking, and no  countrystands quite so badly in need oi it. ;=  Canada possesses a great; system Of national railways���������-the largest mileage  under one management of any railway in the world-;���������and it also possesses  the greatest private-owned railway in the   world,   and   the   most   efficient.  Canada likewise owns and operates a national merchant marine with steamers plying on all oceans.     The national railways and national merchant marine are both operating at a loss, with annual deficits of between fifty and one  hundred million dollars.     What they need is more business.      \the whole  country is suffering for lack of markets wherein to sell its surplus products  at a price which will yield a profit over production costs.     Yet with all this  national equipment ready to our hands, the Federal Government has not seized the opportunity of organizing a real department devoted to the develop-  mnt of foreign markets for Canadian produce.  It is time Canada had a natlonal'trade organization with aggressive, ox-  pert representatives in all foreign lands offering even a remote chance ot  being a profitable field for Canadian trade.  The Luxuries of the Past Are Only the  Common Comforts of Today  The comforts of 1921 are the luxurr  ies of 1870. . - What household of that  time could obtain the devices which  are the common indispensable equipment of our day? .. Our youn& men  and maidens who demand a standard  of living which the youth of 1870 had  never thought of may be distressing  to old-fashioned people, but they are  obeying natural forces. The Victorians themselves were not content with  what satisfied the eighteenth century.  That all these changes have made for  happiness we mayieel no compulsion  to believe. But there is nothing in  the past to justify us in expecting  .that the young people of the present  will be content with what satisfied us  in our youth. They may be- going  on the road to the true golden age;  they may have chosen the primrose  "path which leads to the everlasting  bonfire. What is "certain is that they  will not stand still���������London Daily  Telegraph.  Cniidreit Cry for Fletchers  -.       *    _        1' '    . "--     .t.t~\0^'l-i0    ,   . "0..     -������ ' J.   _is._*_  I  {  Fletcher's Castoria is strictly a remedy for Infants and Children.  Foods ^are specially .prepared for' batfies.    A bafcy's medicine  , is even more essential for Baby. Remedies primarily, prepared  for grown-ups are not interchangeable.     It was the need of  - a remedy for the common "ailments of Infants and .Children  that brought Castorlabefoxe the public after years of research,  and no claim has been made for it that its use for over 30  years'has not proven./-     ~      ���������    \ ~~ -- -  W h at  is  CASTd'RIA-?  B *35  ���������   ^~w r%.**sn9   I   ^af II -tt ��������� r^a. m  Grain In Storage  Wheat Stored In Public Elevators  Shows An increase  Grain statistics issued by" the Dominion bureau of statistics for weekending Dec. 30, 1921, show an increase  of 412,379 bushel in the amount of  grain stored in Canadian public elevators.     The figures were as follows:  Oats, 112,491 bushels; barley, 263,-  044 bushels; and rye, 36,835 bushels.  Wheat and fiax show decreases of  17.869 bushels and 22.750 bushels respectively.  , Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric,  Drops and, soothing syrups. -""It is pleasant, it contains  neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic, substance. Its  age is its guarantee. For more than thirty.years it has  been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency,  Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishnoss arising  therefrom, and by regulating the ^Stomach and Bowels, aids  the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep.  The Children's Comfori-r-Xhe Mother's Friend.  GENUINE   CASTORIA  ALWAYS  jrff   Bears the Signature of  ;  WHY BEAUTY FADES  to   Poor,  In  IIca Pa** A^Af 3A ������<aafc  S SS    ii^G    3 SSI    fj?WE|   ������||f    e. 13 as, 13?  ���������^^ m**^m *^m^   -tmaa"   **ar ^aa.      ^^  Ab '^aJF       s      ^7 ^m\       f ^m&    mr ^*    ^c   ^^������^ ^��������� ^ar  THS -SENTAOS c6~4ptsUV~ NSW YORK CITV - * -   *  *  A' Condition    Du������   Entirely  YWatery Blood  The girl ...who returns home from  school or from work thoroughly tired  out will be fortunate if she escapes a  physical breakdown, because~this getting tired so easily is probably ���������'the  first warning symptom of a thinning  blood that must not be disregarded if  her health is to be preserved.  When the" blood becomes thin and  impure the patient becomes pale, haggard and angular." She hot only tires  out easily but suffers from headaches,  palpitation of the heart, dizzy,spells  and a loss of appetite. This- condition will go from bad to~wprse, if  prompt stepts are not taken * to increase and enrich the blood supply. To  make the rich, red blood that brings  the glow of health no other medicine  can equal Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.  If given a fair trial their use brings  rosy cheeks, bright eyes, a good appetite and-good spirits. , ..Dr.. Williams'  Pink Pills ��������� have made thousands of  pale, languid girls active and strong.  On the first sign of poor, thin blood  mothers should -.insist * upon their  daughters taking- a fair course of  these pills. They wiii 'uot- only restore health, but will save further doctor bills, v -������������������-.-  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills can be obtained from any dealer ih medicine or  by mail at 50 cents a box or six-boxes  for $2.50 from The, Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Oivt.  Giant Shell Of War  Dug  Heavy" Explosive  Has Just Been  Up Near Mons  A shell weighing two tons, dropped  from a height of a mile on the village  of Havay, not far from Mons, in the  last year of the war, has just been  dug up.  It did not explode when it fell, but  made a hole in the earth about fifty,  feet deep. It. is believed that Its  charge of explosive weighed nearly  three-quarters of a ton; and the excavation- of such a monstrous shell  was a work of great anxiety.  Mother!      Move  -    Child's Bowels With ~  California-Fig, Syrupy  Hurry mother! Even a sick child  loves the "fruity" taste of "California  Fig Syrup" and It.never fails to open  the bowels. A teasponful today may  prevent a sick child tomorrow. If  constipated, bilious, feverish, fretfu1.  has_cold, colic, "or If stomach Is sour.  tongue' coated,; breath bad, remember  a good cleansing of the little, bowels  is often,.all -that is necesasry.  Ask ybur-drflggist for genuine "California' Fig Syrup" .which': has _ directions fori babies^and children of all  ages 'printed 1,0 it boftte������ --;. Mother! Y ou  must say "California*' or -you may get  an imitation fig syrup.   -  The Oil for the Athlete.���������In rubbing  down, the athlete will find Dr.  Thomas' Eclectrie Oil an excellent article. ,It renders the muscles" and  sinews pliable, takes the soreness out  of them and strengthens them for  strains that may .be put upon them.  It stands pre-eminent for this purpose,  and athletes wjKo for years, have, been  using it can testify to its value as a  lubricant.  The  Greek  most  Painless and perfect in theii* action,  Miller's Worm Powders are always a  sa,fe and reliable remedy fbr children*  who show symptoms of worms. These  Where Ignorance Is Safety  A Virginia man never saw an automobile ���������* until     Friday,    his.    98th  birthday.     That's   one   reason   he's  98!    \  He that blows the coals'in'quarrels  he has nothing to do with has,no right   Minard's Liniment for Garget In Cows  to complain if the sparks fly in his; -���������-������������������~~~~"  f������ce ������ They Profit Most Who Serve, Best  Heroic   Example   of   the   Power   of  .   Advertising *  Somebody out "of touch,.with truth,  symptoms are'easily re'cogni^able *in~a  once said" there is no   sentiment   in  The* Girl Proposes  inhabitants of Himla. in tho  Archipelago, are engaged al-  entirely in ^.sponge fishing.  When a girl desires to marry she  -waits until she has obtained the number of sponges from the sea that corresponds with the number of years  she,has lived.~. These she places in a  silk net, .which she presents to the  man of he/'choice. "Should he refuse,  his chances of obtaining another  bride'fcare remote, as usually the Him-  lian maiden shun him as   a   punish-  All Men and Women  When in  Need of *  Tonic   Should  St������vt on the Road to Wellville  by Folio-winy ThU Advice'P-'."-.���������'���������'*  Meteors Cause Forest Fires  France has been suffering from  forest fires of mysterious origin; the  careless cigarette smoker has been  blamed, but foresters and some meteorologists now incline  lief that falling meteors wero the  cause.- In one /lame-swept area of  a thousand ncre������ were found great  meteoric fragments, still hot.three  days after the fire.  Always Ready and Reliable.���������Practically all pains arising from inflammation can be removed with Dr.  Thomas' Eclectrie Oil. Simply rub  it on the sore spot and it is quickly  absorbed by the skin. Its' healing  to the be-! Power Is conveyed to thc inflamed tis-  ' sue which Is quickly soothed. This  fine old remedy is also a specific for  all manner of cuts,- scratches, bruises  and sprains. Keep a bottle handy  always,  feverish restlessnessT frequently * ending in convulsions. A ipbint of notable importance is that after Miller's  Worm Powders have expelled the  worms, the stomach and bowels ape  toned up into a very liealtby condition. r~  First Things Today'  The first thing some fcoople .want  whon they get a little money is a  car; then "the first thing they want  when tbey get a ��������� car is a little  money,  DODD'S '  ; KIDNEY  K, PILLS^  m- myi-',-*  -'������������������" ami?'*  Vf,   N.   V.   1403  People at Sea Had Real Christmas  Programme Was Prepared by Canadian Pacific Steamships Limited  Special arrangements were made by  the Canadian Pacific Steamships Xtd���������  for a real celebration of Christmas by  tho.se upon t.hftlr ahlpri In mid-Atlantic.  Christmas trf-ns with presents for old  and yountf, Divine Service, a real old-  fafihloned ChrlHtmiiB dinner, a Christmas dance, Kwmcn nnd hports of all  klndH for the children and grown-up������  too, wr-re uome of the lt*mH Inclmtotl  In, the CltrlJitmaB Day programme.  One hundred yrraru *u?'> the only  known u������e for rubber wan for removing pencil niarkfl.  Minard's Ur.\mant far Dlst������mp������r  ie  USE SLOAN'S TO  VKZV I AMI? MfirC  YOU can't do your beat when  your  back nnd   every   miisclo  aches with fatigue.  Apply Sloan's Liniment freely, witJtP  tmt rubbing, and enjoy a penetrative  glow of warmth and comfort.  ���������Good for rheumatism, neuralgia,  Bpralna and strains, aches and pains.  juciiUteii, wore niuHcfc-s, -stiff joints and,  the af t:cr effects of weather exposure.  i For forty yeara pain's enemy. Ask  your neighbor. Keep Sloan's handy, i  At oil druggiats���������35c, 70c. $1,40,  _^-���������    ~t������  JAiuU- in Canada. _  Sloar-*  tinimen""  business.     AnotheY   greater ,in   wis  dom, declared: "They profit most who  servo best."  All this year a concern-that helped  put Burlington, Vermont, on the map  "of national business, Is celebrating  fifty years of successful service of the  womanhood of the world. "Diamond  Dyes" ia half a1 century old and they  are having a series of happy episodes  to make the anniversary a noteworthy  one. .,/;  "Diamond Dyes" Is a heroic example of the power ot advertising, for  the plant of small beginnings now  covers a city bloolt. The busIneBB  was built on "making good" the advertising that has made "Diamond  Dyes" a household word., Possibly  tho groatqst asset of"this proved aid to  economy, is the good-will of famllios  that run through generations. Young  women toll us that thoir mothers and  grandmothers before them, wore'" Diamond Dye enthusiasts. Thoy like the  Diamond "service plan" which makes  lt clear that for a few cents it Is easy  to "dye old things new."  The Wells & Richardson people are  going to mako the golden jubilee of  Diamond' Dyes nation wide. They  will do this by tho biggest newspaper  advertising appropriation ever made  in the fifty, years of service  Minard's Liniment for Colds, Eto.  Peterboro, Oat.���������''I can speak-in '';  that highest praise of Dr. Pierce's  medioines. J sut*  Cored for a long  time witiffeminine  W*cakhosE, through  yhich I became  air rundowni  weak aad nor-  Vous. I also had  ijevero backaches,  pains in my side  ���������and bearing pains.  I learned of Dtv  Pi-erne's modi-  cincs and began at once to take  them, I took two bottles ������ach of  the; 'Favorite Prescription',; and the  'Golden Medical Discovery' and thcy  completely cured mo of all my weakness and roDtorod mo to good health.  f'At one-tlm-o my husband beenmo  attlipted with a chronic cough which  caufled him to becomo all rundown,  Ho got so thin ho was almost a  skeleton. Ho tried many medicines  but did not get any bettor until he  took*Dr. Plorco'B Golden M-odicni  DIaoovory. By taking this medicine  ho was completely .restqred to good  health. I shall always speak a good  word for Dr. Pierce's medicines."--'  Mrs. Martha Sholer, 878 Boibuno at.  If you need a buitdlng-up tonic for  stomach and blood obtain Dr. Plorco'tt  Golden, Medical Discovery from your  nearest druse-let or soud 10c to Dr.  Pleroo's laboratory in Brldgeburg.  Out., for trlttl pkg; tablets and'*wrlU,  for free confidential medical advice.  ���������S' jfr*J** v?^*-  .       *!*       *V  '*-'-f-,1 Y  '        A-''  r~*  I      ir-  XSB. BEVTEWi CKESTON, B. Ci  1?������Q\  ressive Party  ainiain  The Ottawa  ill  In  ouse  WESTERN EDITORS  Winnipeg. ��������� '.Parmer Progressive  members of parliament will support  the government in-putting into effect  reforms, which have been advocated  by the National Progressive Party, but  the identity of the Progressive Party  will be maintained. "~ This was made  plain by Hon. T. A. Crerar, in his first  speech since the election, when he  read to the convention of the United  Farmers ��������� of Manitoba a resolution  adopted" at the-secret conference of  Progressive members-elect at Saska-  toon.JDecember 20. This resolution  was read as follows:  "That this meeting of the.western  supporters of the National Progressive Party* having" taken under consideration the existing political situation   in   Canada ancl the course the  -Progressive -Party shotild follow, is  of the. opinion * that the gravity, and  importance of our many national  problems call for a strong government.  -i'That the first consideration of the  - Progressive Party wi'l be to support  the legislation the country needs, both  In the economic and administrative  sense, and in the larger sense of  promoting and developing the spirit  of Canadian national unity; and we  will ���������*��������� extend to the Hon. Mr. King's  government all reasonable co-operation and support in any effprts it  may make to enact into .legislation  those economic and administrative reforms which have been-advocated by  the National Progressive Patty, while  at the same time maintaining the complete identity and organization of the  Progressive Party."  "That resolution," commented Mr.  Crerar, "or the sentiments expressed  Ire it, .will be the .sentiments which  will guide the Progressive taembers  in the House of Commons."  German Railways May  Seize Coal Shipments  Berlin.���������Authorization -has been  given by the Government officials  in charge of operating the - railways for the seizure and use of  private coal shipments in transit  where necessary, to prevent a traffic tieup through the fuel shortage which is said to be acute on  many divisions.- Shortage of rolling stock and the coal deliveries  to the allies are given as reasons  for the fuel shortage.   '  Public' carnivals and celebrations have been prohibited by the  Prussian Government. The other  ��������� federal governments have been  asked to issue orders along the  same lines.  De Valera Says He Will  Continue To Fight For  Irish Independence  -o  S.    Dillingham^,    Publisher    of    The  Times, Macleod, Alta.  Idle Land Incurs Loss  JUUVOi  ������* ������������UMrEl nieUVU  Bomb Thrown at Car Goes Wide  of  ;��������� p    "    ���������    .    Mark   *    '  TtfOfqeat ���������~ a bomb was thrown at1 a  irafcicar bearing seventy-five persops  to their work in the Crumlin Road district. The quick action of th-^ driver,  who put full speed' on when' he heard  a revolver shot, resulted in the missile going wide of the mark. The  passengers were greatly frightened by  the explosion^ which splintered-"' the  car. A man and his wife living nearby who went 'to the door of their  house tp learn the cause of the commotion were shot dead by a volley of  rifle fire which Swept the streets.  Farmers Urged to Substitute Oats for  Part of Summerfallow ' -  Saskatoon, Sask.���������An appeal for experiment on the part of farmers in  the matter of substituting oats sown  in .rows at least for a part^of their  summerfallow was voiced, at the agricultural societies convention by Prof.  Manley Champlfn, of the field husbandry department of the University  of Saskatchewan. Prof. Champlin  pointed out that particularly under  present conditions, account*-must be  taken, of the loss incurred by leaving  land idle in summerfallow, ~~ a loss-  which had to be written off against  the cqist of grain production. There  was also, an address on farm management systems by W. C. McKilli-  can, superintendent of the Brandon  Experimental Farm.   VdVl    AVUVAi  1JU  VI1  f  With ������  j  Work Started For  Empire Exhibition  London.���������The Duke of York jcut  the first turf at the entrance to  the    national    sports - ground   at  . Wembly, inaugurating the work in  preparation for the British Empire exhibition, which is to be  held in 1923.  The Duke expressed pleasure  that work would be found through  the undertaking for part    of   the  ..vast army of .London's unemployed. He also felt gratified that  the exhibition's guarantee fund  had exceeded the minimum of a  minion pounds, and wished the  jmportant imperial enterprise  every success.  New Kind of Fuei  ��������� Port.iArthui%iOnt.-^The.use-of elevator screenings, which consist of short  straw' weeds, "for fiiel, is-being practised generally in the business blocks  of the city. Since the ruling-of. the  board of health that'no more screenings should be dumped into the waters  of the bay, the eleyators have- been  hard put to find ah outlet-for the ever-  increasing surplus. Screenings are  said to give off as good a heat as soft  coal.  Burnham Sees Good Results From Imperial Press Meeting  London.���������Lord Burnham, proprietor  of the. Daily Telegraph," speaking at  Ihe production of a film illustrating  tlie  meetings  of the Imperial  Press  Conference, *of which he  was  chairman, hehl in Canada some time ago.  said there was  no doubt that,  as a'  direct result of the conference and the'  intimate   contact   it   brought   leading  British journalists into with Canadian  conditions  from  Halifax to "Victoria,  the great daily newspapers of London  and the "province has! largely increased  their  intelligence  department  regarding Canada and   -were    carrying  more Canadian news than ever before.  Lord Burnham went on to refer to  the corresponding value that was being obtained by-Canadian daily newspapers through the arrangement entered into between Keuter's and Canadian Press Limited, whereby a valuable   supplementary,, cable service of  British news was going   direct    from  London   into   their offices.     Not -the  leftist important -part *. of ��������� this new - de--  parture was the access that the'Canadian Press thu-sY'got "to, tbe news of  the British Press" Association, the cooperative   organs - of   British   newspapers covering hews of the British  Isles in. much the same way as the  Canadian Press covers the news of the  Dominion.   -  Daily Newspaper  Publishers Meet  Sawyer-Massey Increases Staff  Hamilton, Ont.���������A. cheerful sign  that business is picking up is the  Sawyer-Massey Company's announcement that it has added 100 men to its  payrolls.  Withdraw Japanese Troops  Washington.���������The Japanese delegates to the armament conference tentatively agreed to 'withdrawal of the  Japanese troops from the former German Kiao Chow leasehold and from  the Tsing Tao Tsinanfii Railway on  condition that China furnish proper  policing. ,r-  Important Matters Discussed at-Con  ference in Regina.  Regina.���������Publishers  of daily news  papers in the three prairie provinces  were in conference    here    discussing  various matters affecting the publishing business. ' -  The question-* of the additional  heavy burden thrown on newspaper  publishers by the 500 per cent, increase in the postage rate on second  class mail matter came in for considerable discussion, and it was  shown tha't in the case of some of  the larger newspapers the increased  postal rate meant an additional expense of $2 per mail subscriber per  annum.  The question of wage" scales obtaining in the prairie provinces was likewise discussedat considerable length.  Compared with "Vancouver and Eastern Canada, it was fehown" that the  wage scale at present operative in tho  prairie provinces are very* much highj  eivso much so as to'place the printing1  and" publishing'/business of the three  prairie* provinces under a very severe  handicap. ..���������.-���������������-���������-  .The following publishers were present: E. H. Macklin, Manitoba Free  Press; B. M. Nicholls, Winnipeg Tribune; Allan' Holmes, Prince Albert  Herald; C. .A. Elvin, Saskatoon .Star  and Phoenix; Burfood*. Hooke, Regina  Leader and Post; Thos..Miller, Moose  Jaw Times; A. Tyrell, Medicine Hat  ;News| J". HY Woods and WY WatsOti,  Calgary Hei*aldY A. Ford, Calgary Al-  bertan; A. Torrance, Lethbridge Herald; John M. Imi-ie, Edmonton Journal; G. McNeil, Edmonton Bulletin.  Dublin.���������Eamonn De Valera informed the; correspondents that he believed his party would ignore the meeting o������ the parliament. In response  to an inquiry regarding his plans, he y  said-he intended to continue .the-fight  for independence; he supposed elections would be held within six or nine  months.        -  Such elections added Mr. De "Valera, take the signing of .the treaty in  London as an example, would be held  under the British threat of renewal  of warfare,* and therefore he would  not accept the verdict as the uncoerc- "  ed will of^the people.  "There is a big line of cleavage," -  said Mr. De Valera, "between those  standing for dependence and those .  for independence. Never would he  under any conditions take the oath  of allegiance contained in the treaty.  Alluding to the Irish republican  bonds/ he declared they would be redeemed by whatever government was  "eventually . established, and added  that a meeting of the leaders of the  Sinn Fein party would be held to consider the general position.  An important' development was  the issuance of a manifesto by the  Irish Labor party stating that labor  would participate in the elections to  secure representation in the new free  state government. \ '  "The method adopted in summoning  those who are to ratify the treaty is  held to- indicate that the British, desire to avoid friction in the transference of the authority of Ireland. Instead of acting directly, the British  Government acted through the Bail'  cabinet, leaving the Dail to initiate  execution of the treaty.  The    Associated   Press is officially  informed that the heads of the Dublin Castle would do their   utmost   to  facilitate and expedite the provisional  government's taking over full authority. . - Arrangements    have    already-  been made for the speedy evacuation  -of the auxiliaries and, as soon as the  .treaty -is   ratified    by the-southern  parliament;"evacuation of   the.  ariny*  wiil begin. * Any of the existing Irish  officials '-whom   the   frss   state   dis*1  misses    xnifst    be compensated from  Irish funds, excepting -the "auxiliaries  and    Black    and Tans, who will be  compensated by the British Government.  One third of your life is allotted  to sleep. Do you get your share?  ~r-  im}  - The most important period in the  process of applying nutrition to the  repair of the body is while you are  asleep/ For the moat favorable transformation of digested food into nerve  and cell tissue., so doctors tell us, sleep.  is absolutely essential.  Is it any wonder that those who  suffer from* lack of proper sleep, are  weak, pale and lacking in energy or  ambition? -<  Ode of the causes of insomnia is  nerve-irritation from tea and coffee  drinking... Tea and  coffee both contain  caffeine, which has  - a tendency to cause  , undue stimulation.  The irritating effect  of caffeine often  results in insomnia, depression, and a  weakened nervous system. -p- <  Vou can easily' overcome these  troubles by drinking Postum instead of  tea; op coffee. Postum js a delicious,  satisfying cereal beverage, and it ie*  absolutely free from caffeine, or any-  other harmful substance,  S Ask your grocer for Postum. Drinlc  this delicious, refreshing beverage for  ten days. Then -see if you do not feel  better and more clear headed, ari&Tif  you do not sleep better at night~a<$ so  many other people have proved for  ;*themselves. ' ..'.������������������-'���������. *���������-..:.  ��������� ���������' * ,.* * > ,,*,      . r ���������������������������...'���������  Postum comeoln two forms: Instant Postum  (in tins) made instantly in the cup by tho  addition of bolllrfg water. Postum Cereal (In  packages of Urge* bulk, for those who prefer  to make the drink while tho meaUe bslng prepared) made by boiling for 20 minutes.  ]nl/j^V^^d^'*  "There's a Reason"  , " *'  " ' *v * , "  Made by Canadian PostuYn Cereal Co., Limited, Windsor, Ont.   -  1  Want Reduction In Tariff  Resolution   Will    Be*   Introduced   In  Saskatchewan..Legislature to this  ���������* Effect .*' ������������������;��������������������������� ,s .*.  Kegina.���������The Saskatchewan Legislature has resumed sessions after the  Christmas vacation. Hon. S. J. Latta  gave notico of a resolution to be  brought forward asking the Federal  Government for a general reduction in  the customs tariff; resumption of reciprocity negotiations with the United  States; and placing on the free list ail  agricultural implements, farm and  homestead machinery, vehicles, fertilizers, coal, lumberr'cement, gasoline,  illuminating and lubricating oils, and  raw materials and machinery used in  their manufacture.  "Mr. Dunbar, Estevau, will introduce  a resolution.asking the Dominion Government to prohibit tho oxpqrt liquor  trafllo, . v;        Zy^pZy:-' '���������'������������������  :'^Hqh..Mr. Dunning gave notice of a  resolution pressing for reduction of  freight, rates. In introducing for the  second reading the bill to ratify agreements for the Ugnlte experiments, Mr.  Dunning stated that there was hope  for success which justifledthe' voting  of additional -funds,  A Bmogar Capitalist  Madrid.���������Ellueo Pio. Rodriguez,  when lie was rounded up in a polico  raid on the begging pests of Madrid  the,other day, proved to be a capitalist with $30,000 to his name in a provincial bank, while he also possesses  a farm with 80 cwa. This fortune  is the result' of many^years of mendicancy, ���������'     '���������   '-  Butld Zeppelirf For U.S.  London.*���������The London Times says it  is authoritatively'..stated that the council of allied ambassadors has consented to the Zeppelin Company building  in Germany an airship for the United  States Government. Work, it is expected, will be begun immediately.  Give your local merchants a chance.  Buy at home.  DOYOU SMOKE  -TOO JWIJCH?  There are many men on whose heart  and nervous system tobacco produces  the most serious results, it causes  palpitation, pain In the heart, irregularity of its beat, makes the hands  tremble, sets the nerves on edge,  causes shortness of breath and loss of  sleep.  . To counteract this demoralizing influence on the heart and nerves there  Is no remedy to equal  MILBURN'S  HEART AND NERVE PILLS  They mafce the heart beat strong  and steady; reBtore tono and vigor to  the nerves, and remove all the evil results caused by ,the tobacco.  Mr. Frank Lutes. 71 Terrace Hill  St., Brautford, Ont, writes:���������vi had  been troubled with palpitation of tho  heart for a number of years, and by  spells lt would bother me a lot. Tho  doctor told me it would stop on mo  sometime if 1 did not cut out tobacco.  When I would get a spell my heart  would pound/and I would break out in  a perspiration, and get so weak* I  would havo to sit right down and quit  my work; also in the night 1 would  wake up and my heart would be going,,  I should say, about 120 beats a minute*.  About three yearn ago I got a box of  Miiburn's Heart and Nerve Pills, took  thorn, and round that they did the Job*  1 am feeling flne and have gained over  20 pounds it! weight"  Price, 80c a box at all dealers, or  mailed direct on receipt of price hy,  The T* Ummn Co., Limited, Toronto,  Ont ���������     ... ..'���������  C","n" "' linim������������i,i- i������������������i,,������iiS������������nii ii' i "I",' ������ i��������������� ' niiiiM.il"' 'finvmW  WY M." 0.   140t ^W'#|1l^iiii'^i^'''"~.iiy?^'ijil'*f':j' -i~r-.���������0-r.rr.r^a''0-l''yfr.i^--0-^0^s.iitJr.ji.iirrr^i.  eis-sa^^s^slsaxtx-xi-sMvsti  53*1:?  ������^g!>  mm?:?'?  S$gp?P:  iM$r??:-~ ���������  PpY*'  *t|S;|:*;?*,'**  mzpj  iWZZ-  mgz  lirip.  KM  iMi-  m?  liBi*.  it?  m  ������������������#������������������  A  ly  11-x  mi  ������  m  I'M  ft  %  IY  lit  IK  It.  THE  CBESTOS  BBVDSW  For   Rknt���������Suite   of  four   room?.  Enquire Mawson Br.*ther8.  Desk For Sale���������Roller -top  desk,  i 1 good snape. $20. Ma-wson Brothers.  ��������� t-  GOING NOW!  zt'  LADIES, your opportunity is   present, y Now is the  time to get that piece of China you have been  ... longing for;   or that piece   to "replace   the  broken  one.    Come  in,  and  look  over  our  f     stock.    If you want QUANTITY or QUAL- -^  -zz ITY we iiave it!  Don't Delay!       Dp it Now!  ^jarciiase Today I  To-Morrow May Be  Too Late!   That  which  you  were going to buy, someone else may have bought.  Hurry Up I        Be First S  Local and Personal  BEATTIE-OATWAY. Ltd  * B H  ������  We give Quality and Service here  kiUI  r  Mfl  We have to arrive today 15 pieces of  Canadian Prints in  Light and Dark  Patterns.  Wftite Cotton ������������������ ��������� ��������� ���������25c, yd.  Cotton ��������� ��������� 30c, yd.  -the new 1922 prices.  Better Service  General Merchants  Lower Prices  Don't overlook our sale of china.���������  ^Beattie Oatway* Ltd.  ' Bttnrar-^Ori "January 6th, > to Mr. and  Mrs. "3. B. Cartwright, a sbn.  /      i ,  *       4 ~S ' ���������_ - ~  WA������TEDr<F,Iat"tdp'desk, about 3x4  feet.   Enquire Mawson Brothers.  Wholesale cleanhp of china. Prices  -amazing.' Get in ou. this.���������Beattie-  Gatwav, Ltd.  . W. B. Muir left on Tuesday for  Spokane* wberp he will visit friends  for the nest- few weeks':  Ooixie Pups For SXitE-YJust four  of theui,: purebred, $2 each while they  last.   8. Moon, Wynndel.  r *  -Mrs Forrester of Kitchener is renewing acquaintances in town, and is the,  guest of Mas. Geo. Johnson.   , *     ���������   -  rv 0, . -        r '  -V       .* * ,% **','*"  Coal���������Another car of Gait coal due  toda^r. Take it direct ft-om .the carat  $11.50 per ton.     H. S. McCreath. ,   ���������  A court of revision on the 1922  assessment roll is announced 'to' be  held at Creston on Wednesday, Feb.  1st, at 2 p.m.  Rey. J. A-.* James was at Cranbrook  on Sunday last, on an exchange of pulpits with Presbyterian pastor j^laeKay  of that totyn.  Fob Sale���������Auto knitting machine  with two cylinders, in perfect condition, S30; cost $50 new. . Mrs. J. W.  Hamilton, Creston.  Mrs. G. A. Hunt of Kitchener  was  here on Tuesday for the Presbytei ian  1 Church annual meeting, and  was the  guest of Mrs. Henderson. ���������  j    Miss Alice Heath,   ledgerkeeper  at  the Bank of Commerce,   is   with   her  j parents at   present ��������� for Na   couple   of  ' weeks' holidays at Inyermere.  R. G. A. .Hockley left on Tuesday  for Vancouver and Victoria, where he  will combine business with pleasure  for the' next couple of"months.  In order to fully occupy the time of  the boy pupils during recess it is possible military drill will be instituted at  the Creston school very shoi tly.  For Sale���������Three quarter Jersey  cowjjt years old, due in - March; also,  one tnree-quarterYJersey * heifer, due  in April.    W. V. Jackson. Creston.  The vital statistics for aii.2821 show  a total of 55 births, of which 30 were  girls and 25 boys. t Of this total Camp  Lister accounts for at least thirteen.  Fob Sale���������White enamel 3-foot  single bed,-mattress, springs. $12.50;  also WesLern Cineen cook stove, wood  .orcoal, $15.    Rev. H. Varley,,Creston.  Creston Women's Institute intends  giving a banquet for members and  their.husbands on Tuesday, Feb. 28thi  of which  later.  on Friday afternoon the ladies decided to purchase a llot centrally located  and when funds permit -proceed with  the erection of a hall of their own.  -v\j  Fob. Sale���������Galvahized water cistern, 18 barrel capacity, galvanized.top  and tap at bottom. Gasoline lighting  system, 3 lights and tank.- - 3 gasoline  hand lampsv "Enquire Review Office.  r x ���������*** ^*  After being closed down since the.-  latter part of  November,   due  to the  scarletJ   fever. -etiibreak,    Wynndel  school resumed operations on Monday  with Mrsi' Broley of ���������Caeston in charge  of the junior room.  The foremost item'of revenue at the  Creston offieeofths provincial police  last year Was in the motor license-fees  Which totalled up to $1571, while the  amount paid for game licenses, includ-.  ing royalty, was $1468.      "*"  Guy Constable is a business visitor  at Victoria this.. week on z important  business, and before retuMung -will  represent tha^ Valley at the annual  meeting of the B.C. Fruit Growers'  Association in-Vancouver.  full  details will   be  given  The annual; meeting of the Public  Library Association, whiqh had to be  postponed, will bejhelc! on Satm-nay,  January 21st, at V'3.30 p.m. at the  library.   , .. :'  Ab the Women's -institute meeting  201 Off all Furniture and Stoves  1   ������������������ - t ��������� I        '    ���������      I , ���������  ��������� I  We have too much Fnrnitnre and too many Sjoves, and very shortlv weiwill need  more room for spring goods.    This is a combination of circumstances that'we  propose to.cfope with by offering 20% off these Jines during January.  All these goods have been very recently purchaser], which means that the original  price fairly regresented today's selling value, and emphasizes the fact that our  decision to make such a substantial cut is to effect a speedy clearance.  While everything in the Furniture Department is offered at 20% off.  we would specially emphasize the splendid values in'     '  Kitchen Chairs, Tables and Cabinets, Mattresses  Bedsteads, Springs, Dining Room Sets, Library %blfes  Daveneites, Dressers, Children's High Chairs, Rockers  Heating Stoves included in the lot for January clearance are the well*known  McCJary Heaters for Wood or Coal  and there is quite a full range of sizes.  fi  Dry Goods  Groceries  ���������.'   '  Furniture  Hi!BlilffS!te>  Tlie meeting, in Mercantile Hall on  Saturday nfght' to consider the formation of a Ratepayers Association w.as  largely attended and .the new organization starts, off -with at least sixty  members.   Jas:*:Compton is~president.  According",lo the official returns police court'fines, collected at Oreston  during 1021 account for a-4otal intake  of about $725. - Amusement tax collections for the whole year were $451.  Another $605 was gathered in in poll,  tax.  The most popular attraction of tho  season is booked for the Grand this  Saturday night, January 21st, when  ihe magnificent screen version of  Ralph Connor's novel. "The Sky Pilot," will be shown. Regular prices  will preyail. * -*���������" ^  H. - F. Helmsing of Port Steele,  Kootenay Indian agent, was here this  j-Vt-ek on an official yisit. hnd taking a  census of the reserve with a view to  securing the attendance of a few of  the younger red's at the mission  school at Cranbrook.  Although the weather was just j~,  little gn,the cool; eldf* .toYeoas ^he  people outdoors, Mes'danyes* Crawfdrd  and Goodwin had .a .most -successful  silyei- tea under Methodist; Toadies' Aid  auspices on: Wednesday afternoon, ihe  cash intake being almost gj^;  The pleasure qf the, company of  every number of, the Agricultural  Association-is requested at the annual  meeting on Monday night in Speers'  Ktil 1, afc S o'clock. The chief item of  business is the election , of officers. ,W  V. Jackson is the retiring president.  At the annual congregational meet-,  ing of Christ Church on,. ^Wednesday  night, Mr. McAlpine, sr., was^e-'elec't-  ed.people's warden, and J., W. .Haiu-  iltp������ has- been selected as" rector's-  wardan. ."We hope to publishYa> full  account of the meeting in next week's  ���������issue/;'.;       '' "Z:Z:: ;;'.���������'*'' Y:',-*yy*.''-'Y'"*  For the twelve mqnths ended ;I>e-  ceniber 81st the Valley was favoi-ed  with a total precipitation of. Itt inches  ������������������12.21 being rain, and a snowfall of  five feet. The hottest spell we Had  was a matter of 03 in the shade, and  one touch off 4 Jbelqw was recorded, in  beceuiber^ ,���������������������������'���������������., '���������'*,''",:..      ;.***  /Almost $300 was disbursed last year  by Creston provincial police in payment of bounty on crows, owls arid  niagpies to the local Indians, The returns show that the reds1 Were very  busy in Juno when they collected #160  alone. A trio of the biggect bounty  takers include Abel St. Pierre with a  credit of about $30; Isadore, $21; iind  Pierre P. L, almoist $13.  '  The coldest dip so far, recorded this--  month wus on . Wednesday , nuirniug  when the mercury registers 7 below  Monday afternoon and.night  the Valley was in tbe grip of another  polar regions gale which felt like 25  below, though the official reading was  no worse than 10 aboye. ���������,   >-*-"*  For Wednesday - night,_JTan. 25th,  the band promise all and sundry the  finest night's entertainment at tbeir  whist, concert and dance-ifftfae*Parish  Hall. The admission is 75 cents, and  the proceeds will be .������sed to purchase  some new instruments the band re-  quires. The Women's Institute menu- '-  hers are providing'and looking after  the serving of the refreshments.  The ladies of Holy Cross Church  had a capacity crowd at their new and  old-time dance in the Parish Hall on  Friday night, whichwas under the '  patronage of Col. and Mrs. Lister.  There was excellent music, a good  floor and a fine supper, and the best of  times. Mrs. Faas and Mrs. Tunsted,  who headed the committee handling  the affair are to be congratulated on .  the ������!1 round success of the function.   -.  Owing to a decided shortage of space  a full report of the annual congregational meeting of the Presbyterian  Church is held over until next issue.  Two vacancies in the board of management, caused by the withdrawal of  John Miller and H. K. Oat wav, were  filled by the election c^f Fred L-ewis  and John Sherwood who, with J. F.  Rose, W..A. McAlpine; S. A. Speers  and W. H. Watcher, constitute the  boatd of management for 1922.  The lot on Canyon Street, a few  months ago purchased by A. K.  Swanson from, Messrs. Taylor and  Henderson, is reported acquired by  Creston Fruit Growers Union, Ltd..  for warehouses purposes. The report  is persistent that the need for more  yard room will necessitate tbe C.P.R.  using the land on which the present  Union buildings stand, and in that  event the new site   will   be  required.  aero  Anglican Church Services  SUNDAY, JAN. 22  ERtCKSON ,   CRE8TON  3 p.tp. 10 a.m. and 7.30 p.m.  TENDERS FOR^ LASH ING  * Bids will be received-by the undersigned until Feb. 1st, 10^, for clashing 5 acres"afc West Creston.* .^Lowest  or' anx.'bid .not. necessarily accepted.  J. SCHMlBT,tBank of Montreal, Rossland,&,0. Y   Y      -,.-*. .  and Confectionery  For a real treat try our  Home Made  ^ Peanut Brittle  Butterscotch  Everton Taffy ,.-.:  Fudge  Toasted Tea; Cakes  Saturday Specials  ;���������;%.,<-;' .PorkPies  i   '     Sausage Rolls  V    '    Crumpets  Sconnes -^.  BERtNORRTS  * Y  "V;N-������xt BevHn'ja Garago  MwUwMWMIW***^^  ���������lc  '���������*.  ���������*-��������� e���������  only the best of materials  together with careful and "  emioient workmanship mean  good repair "work, then we  do good repair work. ��������� ���������        ;  Should YOUR Car need ".'.  an bvcrhaul, now is the.'  time to have it done.  RRFSTflN KFRVIRF RARARF  / trttH-ATtr ft������-***%������.''���������  tmtimttlstlM I Kb   t3r%%Jre~*i  PHONS BV  *.Z  'k-;  1  NT


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