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 Ml  v.  ,; --VYY*,*'  ������pi2&;;  V  liP    ?' .:  a i-  ">���������  JKJQ V UCV YV  Vol. XIV.  CBESTON, B.C:, fRIDAYv  FEBRUARY 10, 1922  No. 1  SsFitLwfkv-XmOwsi  The milder weather that prevails  this week is expediting apple shipments, considerable qnantities of this  fruit going east* during the past few.  days. An unofficial estimate has it  that there-.ave a couple of thousand  boxes of apples still in the hands nf  Brickson growers.  *-*���������*���������-  - A. couple of cars of alfalfa^arriving  s'nc8ithe.fiESt of lhe month have -re*  lieved, a small sized hay famine. The  alfalfa) ss selling ,at $23j.2������.  Erickson is * helping , supply the  American , market With poles this  month.> ' On -Monday J. B. Winlaw  55i*Vi t% V������*  -~  iT~--^ ^f)   vinnl-Ail.  footers for shipment to  a firm in. New Ytrk city,(and a day or  two previous he loaded out a. car to  Clinton, Iowa.   \,  Mr. and Mrs. Frank Staples are visitors with- friends at points west.  Whiles Frank is making a business call  at Grand Forks, .Mrs. Staples is stopping wittrNelson friendsl  A crowd estimated at almost 175  was in evidence for tbe United Farmers' social evening at the J. M. Craigie  packing shed on Friday night, which  took the form of a whist' drive and  dance, the prize-winners at cards being Mrs. Holder and Jas. Woods.  After whist a supper that well sustained the reputation of the United Farmer ladies for serving quality .refreshments in good quantity was in evidence, and then the floor was cleared  for dancing, R. M.' Telford supervising this feature, and there was high-  class music by Mrs. Foremon and Mr.  Kolthamnier of Canyon City on the  *--  piano. T. R. Mawson and GeoT Davie-f  of Canyon!* also on the yiolin and  drums, the" light fantastic trippers  keepingjt np- until at least 2.30 a.n������.  Iu the crowd was at least a couple of  dozen from Canyon, as well as quite a  large delegation from Creston. \  Milt. Beam and H. "Brnbracker had  a tiike of three cougar on last week's  trapping operations' at Arrow Creek  last week, and two of them had pelts  that'measured nine feet fronpr* tip to  tip without stretching the hides. A  n ne foot six-inch stretched skin is the  biggest ever'seen in the Valley.  At the meeting of the directors of  Creston Valley Co-Operative Association on /Saturday afternoon. G. P.  Smith was chosen president of the or-.-  ganization; M. R.-Palmer, vice-president, and T. R.~*Mawson   of Canyon  ������������i$Giien&B~  .   :    ���������-._���������.<,    .������-  B. Johnson was a Cranbrook visitor  on Monday. .  Y- ���������'-���������  Miss^Smma Johnson pf Cranbrook  was.a week-end guest ot Miss Esther  Brickson.      ,-,    ���������  -/ ���������A  Fred Nelson of Yahk -.v^as. a, week,  end vssitbr with Kitchener friends.  B. A. McKpwa&rhas^returned from  a short business triptd^Cranbrook.  '-'>���������*.- -,.  A large crowd attended the masquerade ball which wasYheld in the  diningvtoom of the Tibiber Company  on Saturday evening,.'and all had a  most enjoyable time. "    ..  I  Z_ Miss McKay, was a  Week-end visitor  in Kitchener. ' . ,     "*   '  n-.cm. i. -.**������������������~  ���������xs.vj xxt oov&cum j/'  e/icaauicr.  The regular weekly meeting of the  United Farmers -took place on Tuesday night*. The main items of business were enrolling new members, booking orders for powder, etc., other  matters being shelved' for the present  in order to provide ample time for Jas.  Adiard's report on the provincial U.F.  Conyent.ion -prsceedsogs. This was  listened to very attentively, and a vote  of thanks was tendered Mt. Adlard for  his effort. Votes of thanks were also  tendered Mr. and Mrs. Craigie and tbe  social committee for their services and  kindness in providing last Friday's entertainment. Those who are wanting  powder are'requested to communicate  with the secretary,. W. G. Littlejohn,  at- once. There is a report current  that a concet-lT will shortly be staged  by the U.F.  The January x?ppor������ oi the Kitchen  er school is 'as follows.?; Honor rolls  for highest standing in, classes: Entrance, Edith Geroux. Junior Fourth,.  Alice Molander. Junior, Third', Mildred Andeen, Laura Andeen. Senior  Second, Beatrice, Molpnder. Junior  Second. Margaret Cardlftr'First Reader. Amy Webb. Isobel Webb. Phonic  Primer. Richard Molander. Beginner's  *��������������� 3_^       at.1.^1      d.t 1-Ja. X  V.     .    J-t  xveouer, jueieii  ouuuuuei-t, Alice -oam-  eron. /-���������  Perfect At tendanpe-~JEdith Geroux,  Dorothy Brown; Alice Molander, Fritz  Molander, Laura Andeen, Mildred Andeen. Clara Hunt, Ellen' Andeen, Beatrice Molander. Murray ^frown-  Ernestine Minard, Richard'Molander.  Madeline Minardi Vera McGonegal,  Alice Cameron,* Rosalie* Owens," Chest  er  jbrovvn.  ���������tmamt  U-f0~-x1 vC*rJ-  y^-'^*..*- f  w$twwm%  alley  y  Bs T. M. EDMONDSON  ������?������-'* r, ^  /*��������� Z'WZi)*.''"***'*..    **'  E   B  Ton haye heard off^the Crystal Palace, built many years ������go  By* the'famous Joseph Paston,-in Victoria's reign, you know.  This glass and iron structure., with its many- domes and towers.  Cost in the neighborhood of seyen'million dollars. - '  It was in thi* famous building, where fruit and flowers grow,  Great Britain held her last���������mostrfamous Apple Show.  This show was of two classes:  Number One and Number Two,  For it was thought that thierwas the proper thing to do,  0. j mmm  Class Number One waa open to every maid or squire  Who grew the juicy apple in Britain's great empire.  Class Number Two was open, aa you can see with ease.  To the orchardists who apples grew in British colonies.  In both of these two classes. I would have you be content.  The Oreston Valley apples therein did represent.   *  The-apples that were stagell, in-cases, *m>w on row.  , Were Cox Orange, Wealthy, Mcintosh Red" and^now.  Tlie gentlemen who grew them, I pray you all do hark; ,-      .    .  Were W.G.Littlejohn, W.V.Jackson and Creston's Robert Stark.  No ehow in British history, Whether great or small,  Could equal this exhibi^held in Crvstal Palace Hall.  The apples, all assembled, with true aesthetic taste;.  ~The judges thither wended, their duties there to face.  At this momentous hour tbe world did anxious wait;      v  To learn of the decision they-lingered until late.       .,.,*...���������  The\telephone, the telegraph, .the wireless was used "���������'���������  To giye the world its greatest, its most important news.  Now the judging over, the doors were opened wide  To admit the anxious people���������rush like the surging tide.  It yvnB here a brand new story to Mies Canada .was told,;  As the awards were written in letters as of gold.  It was here the Creston Valley the coveted prise did win  For growing Cox's Orange, the pride of Englishmen.  .  '' -\ .'."  .* -- ' '  * '��������� * *     ���������'.,.!������������������       ���������*?-..  ���������������.It was Robert Stark of Creston. Who his neighbors did purprise,  fWhen for Cox's;Orange, Class No. 1, he won the second prize.  /And for the'Oversea&r Dominions of our beloved king        .;.  Stork's Cox's Orange won flrstf place���������a very pleasing thing.  For Cqx'h Orange again a second prize was won  For the Dominions Overseas, by W. G. Littlejohn, v.;.  Who also won the second prize for Mcintosh Red and Snow���������  And here the'story ends, aa we proudly* left the show,  ��������� '      x" / .    ' '' Z. ,  -..    '.. ���������     '��������� ���������-'       i  ��������� ��������� 4' ��������� ' v ��������� . * . ��������� ���������       -   ���������   .       *��������� , ��������� i,       ,  /       '*������������������' ���������    ,'��������� ���������      , *.     '  Coincident with.,theso triqmphs the Oreston Valley Won  The ntiitural thjng to������do wjasxto keep a going strong. i  Ibe.waQ'here that^Hayes audvBBennott, publicity committeemen,  ��������� Shipped abbxof.apples triEIsTmajesty the king.  ..!   ������iiv>j*'V*ii.rv^V'>>y^.*,,',,>''*'|jrtj4   .   i     '*.'Y '-.-*'   ...    .*������������������       '.';���������* .,  Iti Was not Qox'a Orange, to the Englishman most preoloue,    ""���������  Bpt in thoir,mind a betterrkind���������a case of oiir Delicious.  On firrlyatpf tho appjes at the palace of our king  The Master of the Household the news to him did bring.  ������.������,"���������* *".**:'!:*:?������������������:-'-{."'?' i\.. .,....,.*'-'��������� J'-':   ������������������*��������� ,���������>'.���������  *  ��������� Commanded by bin imileHty. in robes of state arrayed,  To.wrHtt.to President Bovau, of Creston Board of Trade,  , To thank him for his kindness, and thoughtfnlnesfl aa well���������  . And tbe very, kind iiddr^es. which mado his bosom swell.  # _'������'-'  e . ,'"'���������'* A    0 "���������',. t '���������'   . t t . * ��������� . , .  '** .,���������,', ';       ��������� -, .;���������...���������'��������� ��������� i'i     t"*'.       .'.I**  .Then hall to the Oreston Valley* with its majestic wallet  Its beautiful-springs and rivers, and its mighty watorfalls;  Its elltnate and its soil, Its flsh and hunting, too;  Tho loylic.it place on oactb, they a.*y, and I agree with you.  ahle eurprise party on .Wednesday  night, when about twenty people des������  cended upon them. The evening was  spent in musjc, games, and some dancing, with a dainty supper about m:d=*  night, the happy party hieing themselves away in the wee sma' 'oors.  E. S. Butterfield left on Wednesday  for Vancouver, where he figures on  making his home in future. /  The United Farmers are* holding a  dance in the Clubhouse on Saturday  evening, Feb. Ilth, at.8-,30. Good'  music has been arranged for and as  the ladies are rui'.ning it it is sure to  be good. Gents 59 cents; ladies please  bring the supper.  Wynndel Athletic Club annual  meeting was on Thursday riTght last.  New officers were elected, and an entirely new winter and summer programme was drawn up, both as far as  games, sports and socials are concerned. _ ""  Peter Andestad is busy loading out  ties. He has a contract to load seyer*  al cars of them.    .  Li&t&r  Gamyon OSty  A couple of dozen from here we*e at  tne U.F. whist apd dance at the J. M.  Craigie packing shed "at Erickson on  Friday night, and mast have had a tip  top time of it as it was almost 3 a.m.  before the return trip was negotiated.  T. Mawson (yiolin), and Geo. Davie  (droms^ helped out nicely with the  music for the^dancing.  At Canyon Local of the U.F. meeting on Saturday night Jas. Adlard of  of Oreston, who.attended the provincial convention at Vancouver last  month, gaye a very complete and interesting report of convention proceedings. 'At the adjournment of the  meeting there was -a couple of hours  dancing, followed  hy   light  refresh-  mg%*rtt\~~-  JVU %m*m  ��������� -.--**<  ~fmii&& tmWimii-mSS   ' 0*<r<  0 *   ...*.' r   . r  0*. . *- ^'*������     -."--0  veuifce a targe party of'friends unex^  ^jg^e4^i^c������aSi^^9^^-^^na,~ Mrs-: W.  Mather ttn"Fi4fl������v-eyening, January  27th, and with Bo^igs1 and games all  spent an enjoyable evening;    '. "pyp  ���������Alice Siding Social 'Club held Tits'  fortnight!y:jsnest5Sg.ba" Tuesday, -oT-e^  ning of last week^at the house on the  Wood ranch. ' There was a good-turnout of members and songs and dances  were the order of the night.  ^ J. H. Webster got back at the end  of the week from a business visit at  Calgary. Wetaskiwin and Ponoka, Alta. He states the farmers in central  Alberta all had average crops, but  that due to low prices there is no surplus prosperity in evidence.     ; \  .  Miss Alice Carr returned on Wednesday last, after a short holiday with  ^friends in Spokane and Yahk.  .Mr. and Mrs. Guy Constable were  visitors with Nelson friends a few days  last week.  r Mr. and Mrs. E. Payne entertained  the. Social Club on Tuesday night.  There were games, music and dancing,  along with a splendid lunch, nnd one  of the best times of the; season is reported by all.  V- pr '  Sam Lazachuck has returned to his  ranch at Lister after working at points  east for some months.    v  -*      /��������� . -  Mr. and'Mrs. Bert Hare and A. H.  Biumenauer of Cqeston were visitors  with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Jackson Sun  day. Z.  H. Yewbury a.nd two sons are'iiow  located at the Rodgers camp, where  , lath eoptraet.  has  closed  up  bis  here due* to a poop  ��������� IrA-H.   .  Harry Brown  blacksmith shop  run of business. "  Canyon is hoping to be favored with  a return visit *;frbm Erickson whist  players and dancers to-night, when  the local U.F. is having.a whist and  dance, with a silver collection taken.  There-will be a first class supper and  the best of music.  Mr.   Witherhead   was   home  from  Yahk for the^veek-end, bis first visit  since Christmas.     He states there is.  only about eighteen inches of snow in .  the Yahk district this Winter. -������  The Methodists  had  their annual  congregational meeting on Thursday  'afternoon last, with Pastor Knox in  the chair, at which it was decided to  put an addition to the church as well  as move the building to a> taore  suitable location on the lot which, has just  been purchased,   and . which   will jbe  cleared.    Messrs. Strong. 3?arle aad  Anderson were electedtrusteesforthe  ensuing year. ��������� The concert announced .  "etuis month has been temporarily  postponed due t&th(������ two weeks' re-  ~"l&9ettiLip-^^ 3^a^^p^sg^%tiMr^|U>pe^    eon-  MnUtA^Snf   M\eM������.!nn     mm-.-.   ������V>^     QnWXf*ktlt2m*--m������em      4?B*������#-'?������>������V   ni?-A-MedalAM  ai.^k1Mkfianl-.   ���������>" ~*  Wynndol  Mrs. T.NSadler ^left last week' for  Coleman, Alta., to visit her daughter,  Vera, who has been oh the sick list for  some days. ���������.     -      ._  John Bathie is in Vancouver at  present; as delegate from the Co-operative Fruit GroWox-s Association, to  the convention. jSo is expected back  this week. Oi J. Wigen Was to have  accompanied him but; due to being Indisposed was unnbla to go. Y  ��������� At the annual meeting of tho United  Farmers last month the following  officers were elected:"  President���������Miss D. Buttorfiold.  Vice-President���������W. J. Cdoper.  Secretary���������A. H. Piggot.  Direotorsv-Ken.    Dewar,    Monrad  Wigen, Dbugliis Butterfield,  Audltoi-^li. A. Roalndalo.  A now entortalnniont committee was  named ns follows: Mrs. Roslndnlo,  Mies D. Butterfield and Monrad Wigen. Very little other business and adjournment was taken at 10.80, after  which the ladies served refreshments,  and an Informal dance took place.  Methodist service, m the jSchoOlhouse  -onSiindaynaorning..    .*.,-y^-'-* *���������   -  The Trading Company's store looks  metropolitan like, adorned, with Its  new;2 x: 18-foot sign. board across the  front.  A whist drive and dance is .announced for Saturday evening, Feb. Ilth.  at the schoolhouse, to which all will  be welcomed.  On Wednesday of last week there  was another meeting of the Stockbreeders' Association at 8j p.m.. in the  schoolhouse, with Col. Fred Lister occupying the chair. Secretary McLeod  read financial report which showed an  85 percent.*.gain in membership as  compaied with the last general meeting. It was resolved that secretary  make application to the live stock  commissioner to keep the Shorthorn  bull for another season. Election of  officers then took place and resulted  as follows: President, Ed. Smith;  \ ice-President, J. Filmer; Secretary-  treasurer, Wm; McLeod; Directors*.  Chas. Burgess and A. Sinclair. A  letter was read from the inspector  commending Amos Burgess, for fine  condition oK the bull. Some eight  new members were enrolled.  Lister United Farmers had their*  monthly meeting on Friday night,  with a good turnout oi mem Iters, and  President Powers in the chair. A  large amount of routine business was  handled, much of it having to do with  the'Vancouyer convention. , Final arrangements were maee for the aftple  ptickidg school and a heurtv vote of  thanks was tendered Capt. Rowbury  for loaning building in which to hold  the school. The president announced  that the Union would shortly bo/ordering a shipment of stumping powder and would take orders this month.  The meetfhg then switched to a^poul-  try discussion which lasted an hour*  Tho White Leghorn Is being discarded  hero .and everyone is going In for either White Wyanddottes or Barred Plymouth Rocks. Later the discussion  turned to potatoes, und it was pretty  well agreed that it would pay every*  one to plant th<$ same variety in ease  there should be surplus to ship. Wm.  Hurl, who produced the most potatoes  In the area last season, proposed the  Early Ohio and Gold Coin, and the  secretary was hislruoted to send away  and secure ton prices on ieed potatoes  of these varieties, which would he sold  The home  of  Mr,   nnd   Mrs.   J. J.  Grady wds the scene of a most enjoy- J>y Lister United Farmers local.  dieting at Oreston ������t present.  ,'   ������ '  x.   , p.- v.  Li,-v.   '.������%*.���������&$-i 'jC^yL-ir-rC:-.-<*,- -���������  ,. 'In connection   with-the congr^a-  tibnaitneeestmg last Thurday the Cap - -  yoss 'Sl^thGds&Ladles* Aid Bbolsty '^ss  fully;organized with !Jtfrs.,Strdng_a8_  president, and*Mrs. -Searle. secretary  Although the", membership starts at  the unlucky thirteen the ladies expect  to render valuable assistance   in   the  way of j helping finance church operations this year. --  Fred Chambers has gone to Kitchener, where he has secured a good job,  and Mr. Finalyson of Creston replaces  him * at the log cutting work with  Peter Burns.  Due to the high cost of living or other cause seyeral of the Canyon residents are baying their telephones removed this winter,.much to regret of  those who are keeping their instruments. Up till now almost two thirds  of tbe ranchers had phone connection,.  Banff Dance Orchestra  ���������.. ,.*-.*.f?-*���������*,.. ��������� -.-,.���������. ***/*���������'*��������� -������������������-.*��������������������������������������������� *  will give another of  their Select Dances  in the       y  Grand Theatre Ballroom  Mon., Feb.13  Dancing at 9 p.m.  Come and enjoy yourself with  the best music op the big  i������ew four-way. floor*  f' r  Admission ��������� $1,00  Supper 25c. "Plate.  ��������������� XinSt REtrUvVK. ClIESXO^. B; Om  BOVRIL FLAVORS STEWS AND HASHES  Golf At Pacific Coast  80  Canada s .Need  ,s  Gam������ Is'Played Every Day in the Year  .0-    At Victoria  There ; are' * no-, better known golf  courses in the^Dominionvthan those at  Victoria / on ��������� Vancouver Island, no  doubt, due to tbe fact that the game  is played every day in the year.  One o,r ;the delights of the winter  visit to the Coast is to enjoy again  the favored summer sport. It will,  thereforeY "come* as a? pleasant announcement to know that the Canadian Pacific, Railway has completed  arrangements whereby guests of the  Empress Hotel at Victoria will be accorded playing privileges on the excellent IS-hole tolwood Course.  ,No. 6���������Scientific Research  In the course of the several articles which hav*? appeared in this "column  under the above general heading, some of Canada's; needs have been enumerated but only in the most general way has any actemp* been made to suggest'  WflVC    JJ T* c\     Vtrt On ** c*    rs f    ���������������-*���������,-������ An-t-Sn nr    nn/I     ���������������-���������-.-i*������/%������������������������������ 5 rl !���������������*������    -Frfi. *������    +1-*. ac*/*    ������������^*a;1c' "D nnnn f Iir      lir\m*_  ������������  *���������t    vx.      ---.-mrm^r-.      m*mv\+m+0J      .-A A.      .A.lX'Ws VA-U^      Cl.I-t.Vt      |^i.UT>UiU^      AYJTJ. tAlWlJ^      Ja'.^li^. AlkV'UVMl'J^  f      <JV   ������r  ever, a little pamphlet has been issued by the Honorary Advisory'Council for  Scientific and Industrial Research which merits the serious consideration of  the Canadian people and is worthv of thc widest possible circulation.      It  t **  presents at least one very practical suggestion how some of the needs referred u>, more particularly in the fourth article of this series, can be met.  It is, therefore, proposed to quote at some length from the pamphlet in question which is entitled-"Research and the Problems of Unemployment, Business Depression and National Finance in Canada:" - _  ���������'���������'.I* am not a protectionist but I say this," declared a statesman now dead.  "The variety of work carried on among the citizens oj -Canada .should, he as:  comprehensive as possible. Y     -������������������������������������','    ,  :    '-'Not because we are thus enabled to boast of the number oi our trades  ���������that would be mere vanity.. * * -   ������������������  "Not merely because our country should be able to fill as many as possible of its own needs without having to ask foreign aid.      '_:.-'.'       :''_-.  "Not merely because we should-learn as soon as possible to finish the  raw.material with which Nature endowed us���������tf-ather than'.confess our help-  .       _ -'��������� m  lessness by asking foreigners to finish them for us and giving them;���������the-.wages  and the profit on our raw matreials. " - Y*  Women and Asthma. Women are  numbered among the sufferers from  asthma by tlie countless thousands.  In every ' climate they, will be found,  helpless in the grip of this relentless  disease unless they have availed  themselves of the proper remedy. Dr.  J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy has  brought new hope and iite to many  such. "Testimonials, sent entirely  without solicitation, show the benefit  it has iv rough t among women everywhere.  Td Cross Niagara Falls On A Wire  James ������. Hardy, a native and reoi-  -^������\t^-t-       rtP      rT*~-xtxS\^'-.-t' x*-m *������*ftlrt       *-.f,r-xr-K**\~Z.        tl>A       "NT* ���������***  .,  gara Ri\er.neav the  falls on a wit**--  twice in July, 1896, is going to li-y thc  feat again this summer, ho announced  Mr. Hardy"is 4S years of age  THE ORIGIN OF  GALL STONES  They are simply dried bile made up  of Crystalline constituents of that  fluid. * Very common is this disease  among merchants, clergymen, shop  girls, and"those of sedentary habits.  Prevention consists in maintaining  correct action of the liver and bowels,  and this is speedily accomplished by  using Dr. Hamilton's Pills. No person using Dr. Hamilton's Pills will be  subject to bilious fits.    "Sound diges-  I  1 he loJDacoo ct Quali ty  ..Y\  and In packages  ca  tion, good appetite, a clear color will  Not merely because our country should as soon as possible escape from^ evidence the health giving properties  irSn*nr.o.   fr*v  v. a   -r.T-r*aw:^v.ipT   P-rv   am-   rv-na lA-nri   A. ' rwW,l-i'*i'-prirtn >>*il3- "cVinlil'/I '"r-liVir-I o      Of   Dr.   Hamilton's   PUIS   Wllicll   are   Saf-  est and besjt  for general family  use.  dependence for its, prosperity on any one kind of product ion but should divide  the risk,among many. " . "***'���������'.:".      "        _ Y*    .'  "But because;.Canada should."retain her most;ambitious, sons ^nd daughters within her own boundaries -by-encouraging, for their sakes that Variety of  occupation from engineering to farming���������"from chemistry to literature���������which,.  lf they want the highest awards and honors, they are still compelled nowa  days to seek abroad." / ' - ;  One of the serious drains on the strength of-the Dominion of Canada is  the annual loss of engineers, chemists, scientific farmers and technical experts���������whose training paid "for by Canadians in Canadian schools and universities supported by Canadian public money, thus goes out to make foreign  countries rich and place Canada'"further'in their debt for foreign goods aud  services. .     - "  Monopolies of knowledge���������that.- is, monopolies of special branches of  technical knowledge���������constitute one of the most powerful weapons of - trade  today.  Secret agreements, combines, trusts ,and the ordinary method of "conspiracies in the restraint of trade,'.' become .very mild and impotent weapons  when compared to such formidable instruments" as, par ���������example, a secret  chemical formula that might be scribbled on the back of a calling card.  In the bloodless wars for international trade it is the armies of chemists  and engineers that must be mobilized, drilled and directed against the'parapets of unknown scientific facts. Export duties, credit leagues, intelligence  departments, persuasive salesmanship and even the magic of a great flag,  cannot win or cannot hold, for* long, trade for a country whose producers  are not armed with scientific knowledge of their work. Y        r  A great camera manufacturing concern in the United States is* able to  dominate its field in at least half the world because it knows more scientific'  secrets of that trade than anyone else. Because, if a new concern started in  -opposition, it need only reach into its pigeon, holes for some new formula���������  not otherwise convenient to exploit, at present���������by which to raise Its product  one step beyond the competition of the would-be rival.  So in steel-making! So In the manufacture of electrical apparatus! So  tn textiles! So in chemistry! So in agriculture! So in every important  branch of human Industry!  So in Canada���������as compared to other nations���������everyone of our industries  Is threatened, and must ultimately fall under tho thrall of fo Feign- domination  unless it keeps pace with the advances in technical knowledge.  So. unless we master all thai, is to be known regarding the nature and  possibilities of our vast supplies of varied raw material*, Canadians must,  ultimately find themselves at the mercy of foreigners who know how to prepare cur richer, for purposes of commerce.  Fifsy concern*-; in the United SUtes retain resesarch departments at. costs  ranging from $25,000 to $2,000,000 a year. In England, France-and'Germany,  the race for technical Knowledge for purpose***, of trade gathers speed. The  mere digger-out of r;*w materials gets the pay of a laborer. The nation that  can finish its raw materials treble? and tpmdruplos*. i',;> rewards.  Tlie question is���������Shall Canada keep reasonably in pace with the modern  movement? Shall Canada add to her natural posses-dons a superior knowledge of how lo use them? Y  Cup the needed variety of occupation's" for ambitious; Canadian sons and  daughter.*-- he riialj.Uilwd unk-.--.-s ;*;he doe:*; ynake i������'.u.':-k-> for .such knowledge  and encourage fhOHe who extend it?  Can tlie* burden!*; of Canadian taxation and the *���������<���������<, lis of unemployment, he  offset if Canada, in her struggle for mark(-in anel for good ret'nms^on her  herself of the_lnstrument o' leehnie-ul knowledge?  (To be continued  During .the courtship, a young man  is never out of danger until the girl  says "No" three times.      .    .  I f Miller's ' Worm, Po wde rs - needed  the support of testimonials they could  be got from mothers who know the  great virtue -.of this excellent medicine. But the powders will speak for  themselves and in such a way that  there ca.n be no 'question of them.  They'act speedily and thoroughly; and  the child to whom they are administered "will show inrprovement from thc  tjrst dose. ; -   a m *_ _  9 JIKXitL.  i\niiini   Stops Hair   Coming; Out;  , Thickens, Beautifies.  ** hell   a   ici-XciLiVtr   Iki^iiccUbUi    Wiieii   jviu  feel out of sorts, that:s the time to use  Dr. Hamilton's Pills of Mandrake and  Butternut. 25c all dealers or The Ca-,  tarrhozone Co., Montreal.  . The "Common Wprk . "  The best things-are nearest; breath  in >our nostrils, light in your eyes,  flowers at your feet, duties at " your  hand, the path of God just before you;  then do not grasp at the stars, but. do  life's plain, common work as it comes;  certain that daily duties and daily  bread are the sweetest things of life.���������  Anon.  If a girl is pretty    and    unable  marry she is a matchless beauf.,\\.  to  For Catarrh.���������lt is one of the chief  recommendations of Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie Oil that it can be used Internally with as much success as'it can outwardly- Sufferers from catarrh will  find that the Oil when used according  to directions will give prompt relief.  Many sufferers from this ailment have  found relief in the Oil und have sent  testimonials.  Miiiard's Liniment for Distemper... ,   ���������"*'   ;-i���������'������������������^Cr**--^?***"--      .'. --  Blue "diamonds ���������$aye;'T^etf"*-T6iihd./in  India, and red-tinted' ones ' in"   South'  Africa.        <-������������������-  As   many  guages are  as   twelve  taught    in  foreign  some ol  Ian-  Ihe  schools in Tolcio.  WINTER WEATHER  HARD ON LITTLE ONES  Our Canadian winters are, exceed  ingly hard on the health of little ones.  The weather Is often so' severe tTtat  the mother cannot take the little ones  out. for an airing. The consequence la  that baby is confined to overheated,  badly ventilated rooms; takes ���������cold  and becomes cross and peevish.  .Baby's Own Tablets should be given  to keep the little ones healthy. They  are a mild laxative which regulate the;  stoma.eh ahd bowels and thus prevent  colds The Tablets are sold by medicine dealers or by mail at 25 cents a  box from The Dr. Williams Medicine  Co., Brockville, Ont.   *  In preparing kid for gloves, one  London firm uses several thousand  eggs a week! .  RUN-DOWN, NERVOUS ?  We'ak^. Women   ean   Find   the   Help  They Need  St.   Thomas,   Ont.���������"Dr.   Pierce'8  Favorite   Prescription   ia   a   grand  medicine      for  women   who   are  at    all    nervous,  weak or run-down,''  or who suffer with  womanly ailments.  I  havc   not   only  taken   it   myself  and been greatly  benefited    but    1  have    known* ot  many others who '  hu,vj~   been   benefited,   and   hi   no  case* have I ever noard one ^vovd of  condemnation   against   Div  Pierce's  Favorite  ���������Prescription,   but   always  .praise."-^-Mrs.    Sarah    Burke,    10S  Scott St.  The use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite  Prescription makes women happy  by making them healthy. A great  many women in every part of Canada  owe their good health of today to this  famous Proscription. -  HAVE Y-OU STOMACH TROUBLE?  Thi* Woman Had Suffered Great Dit-  tt-est and Give* Her Experience  Dupdalk, Ont.���������"I am only too glad  to tell what Dr. Pierce's Golden  Medical Discovery* has doue for me,  I 'doctored tliroo months and got no  l-elief but, thanks to Dr, Plerce'H  medicine, I found a curejit last. I  will recommend It, to any poor sufferer with ulcerated stomach and.  mouth. Whon I started taking the  'Discovery' I weighed 93 pounds; now  I weigh 119. No other medicine for  me."���������Mrs. Malcolm -McLaren.  You ean quickly put yourselC in  A-l condition by going to your druggist and - obtaining Dr. Pierce'a  Golden Medical Discovery in tablets'  35-cents buys a bottle of "Danderine at any drug store. After one application you cannot find a particle ot  dandruff or a falling hair. Besides,  every hair shows new- life;~ vigor,  brightness, more color and^ abundance.  CORNS  **. "-''' '"������������������'��������� . * " '  Lift Off with Fingers_  ware?*, doe;*! not po'*r  "'Th*-*  in'd'i'ttry of  producing motion'  ph'il'h-rr,    iii    the    J'ul'i-t\  aenf'i  an  investment  of  million dollars.  L:;l H **'.**    I'rlii'i'  five  hundred  Fur. From North  do.-hir;**  worth   of   fn.-y  from the nortl;  anh'fel   In  recently,  Krlmoi-frtn  ���������ito" M ami n^*n4\ t  eepVbur Eyes  Clooni - C Its-tcsur* ******* Hc������������*lih v'  W-ltt r���������, f,.. tf. Ctr. at,.** Muf-.n*t t-Xhutt-. Vi*,  A Hitfe itmi *i,if������ medicine for a child  troubled v/l������.b voruiH in Mother  (/rftvew' .Voire iYvterminator,  The .lup.'.rt**  liftv*** b*-"-i :->'<  Minntd'-   Li  VAC,  ru:l;**hi|W In    wild    to  ',������-<'eel   h.������-   fl   mlf'MlorUU'J",  rirmriX  for  Wartfl, Cortig,  Laboratory In Bridgeburg,* 6ht��������� for  trial pkg. and writ* fpr tre?i'medical  advice   ' ���������_       ���������        ',",   / ���������  Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little  ''frx'eezono" on an aclvlile covn^ instantly that corn stops hurting, then shortly you >HCt It right off with fingers.  .Truly  .L-  , Youi. druggist sells a tiny bottle of  OTlTJSldTor Tend 10c ^y^^^^Z^^^tf ^SS?' JSPSS?-  T^iiiAiHitnVv its TiHHtrAhm-jr. hnf ��������� fftp   to remove every hard corn, soft corn.?.  or corn hetween the toes" and the calluses, without soreness or Irritation.  For Constipated Bowels, Sick Headache.  ��������� *������������������*'".       ^^ *',  **w **   * ���������*.*.,      * .   .      -\    :���������'  N.     '  Sour Stomach, Bilious Liver       v  Tfic nicest cathartic -laxative in the  world to physic your liver find bowel's,  when you have Dizzy Headache Colds,  BlllOU&Ul-eSH, Indigestion, or Upset,  Acid Stomach is candy-like "Cns-  care is"      On**  or   two   tonight   will  envply your bowels .completely , hfn  morning, and you will fe%l splendid.  "Thoy. work while you Bleep."- Cush  carets never etir you'up-or gripe llki  Halts, xnils, Calomel 'or Oil and thejr  cost only ten cents a box. Children  love Caseareta too.  ������mm  mmm  m  mm  m  mm aSsSS������  ?  Wsmmi  ;"&%,  >  WM:  tit.  ���������p'^J  ' til-"??-  "    ' ���������*,    ��������� 'ii '  ffHE H^VIKWt Ca^SION, 3EL Sk~  m.  -,m^)T4>t^~-.ii*~  ���������rWl^aiJ  mmmm*z^  #BMiaiai&ir&rt������+i!*?������i$rMmi^ f  ^^H^ir ������������������--'-������������������ ���������*-������������������ ^-,.*--������^,..,-.v.^,*.,-^*,,.,.-^,.,**������--..*t  r>f[ plenary  3������  -* restricting th-e use "of Jie>y asencieT^of  Z'    '���������WSLTfaTfi.      ���������    '      x*. ^'   '"-���������ff".'"' >"  Heinbjftd)^t^t, least two generel coti-  Wentibm^Y Whiclr-1* will    come    before  the conference shortly. .    ��������� 'I  i:S'{-tr^~irf7it:  imrfare. *  ysji    -One  ":| after.  .*��������� lishes ���������a.fisg.d ratio ofc;, ceypitab vship-  .K Btrength* between the fiV& great pow-  '| ers  ;and'*thef%flter "pledges"  them  *| against unrestricted-' submarine __war-  ;| fare and^s^fr^oKOii-g-to*.^ -Within a  "| day 'or:jtA**r6jf the:������>lehipo$c***nt(airies-of  2 *he 3.i-ted. States*. Gre.a.^TJ^in, .^p-  4? an,'France.and'Itaiy jvift.formally af-'  ���������      ,,     C'Xt ���������. 'A***?.*,   .<*-* .  - -������, '���������*���������*-   ' ������*R*.   '   - 40  L *x their: signatures.-   ���������   '   *  1,     At tho same session "the Far Eabt-  i em   -Airig., vof   tKe conference, .moved  -jj* forward*'' i'o'wl^d v>*compifc'a<W"'~pf-- its',  Y teaks   by ;.a;ttnotincing" officially   th**  ^-terms ..of', thei Shantung .settlement  g and" by g&Yng-* ftn^V\ppuoval -to- nine  V r    ^        ^    tttfel     I       ^-x. K 0-iyr f.-~l0*,Jt0.-'���������rri. tf, '    "*  *_   Qf    the     *������*^c!*r*^*1'������r"VF*****Sr1rtT\*r.W-   Tv.     rtnJi^vtr.:.     '  tee  in  l*Sf:*'^<*  ������.>  taining  $500 in $2 bills  were stolen  Jfroii tlie, Dominion Express Company's  :6fficesT at' the Canadian Pacific wharf,  according, to, a report -made .to the pb-  -lice.-^ The. $1,000 shipment was consigned to the Bank of Montrel at the  Nelson'and^ Enderby branches. ~  AcoeptHnvitation to Genoa Conference  London.���������Air'the Countries invited  to' the^ Qenoa ^ecotnomlc conference  have definitely accepted, except the  United States, Reuter's learns. So  far as the British.and Italian.-circles  l are -concerned- it is believed the conference will "meet' as 'fixed, on  March's. ��������� " " "*  Children Civ for Fletcher's  -%.  ,    Foods are specially prepared* for babies." A baby*s medicine  - J������ ���������������������jmar^ prepared -  for.^rown-ups.are,Aot-interchangeable. It was the need of  a remedy for the. common, ailments pf Infants and, Children  that brought Castpna.be|orejfebe ptiMic'^fter-j^ars Qf research,  ~\i-~Xi?~\%'--effi for over 3$  WESTERN EDITORS  *PryA?AMi..  Thos.   'iv.-.Green;    Publisher   or  .     Times, "Taber, Aiberla.  the  ���������0-  TMak R. N, WI Mo P.  _ -" "������������������ " -*" ' ^   * m  Should Be Used For  Western Canada Only  :nM-  China, Must Settle  Her Own Future  Country Too .Big For Foreign Nations  - ^    To Own  Los Angeles.���������China will settle her  ova future, according-to Dr. John *C.  Ferguson, advisor to the President of  the Chinese Republic, in Los Angeles,  on. his way to Pekin from the Washington, arms conference. China has  enjoyed the,opportunity of stating its  case fo the world.  "Foreign nations will -never owe  China."*"- The country is too big, too  potentially powerful; too intelligent.  It holds too many brilliant men and  women foi**the natign to remain under foreign domination."  Tears has sot wrnYen-  ���������r   -      Xr   -ieV-^-4 r-r        .        . '40- xr*.  ..     ~J������  Whdt^;x?^sT5MiA?  Castoria is a'* to^e^^snbftitute^for Cactbr'Oil, Paregoric,  :^t-.-.  't  "%'  I:  w.&*-   to  iwo  IV  its  has  g*ucuecux|,cc;.   ,  j?jjtfL   uiuic    Ui^U   iui~.y y~tu~.   _.   lbeen in constanttsse^foFth^fclielolf Constipation, Flatulency,*  Wind Coli^ and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishncss arising  the^ef^o^,_a|jd,;by regalating}tixe/ Stopiach. and Bowels, aids  the assSIailatioi&, of-FooS; iiViftg Kealtfiy -arid' natural sleep.  The Children's Comfort���������The Mother's Friend.  -V. "U-*-* -i* -rt .P   w������xr.     '.^."������"    -*������r      .- * J X   '  -1  0 ill  ������ENUIlP Jt*^"t^BlA -ALWAYS  n?-  9  i S"*-  J0.-t  Bears t^ie Signature of'  A  |-  I  4  i  v ---(���������_.    .      tDV rnntllia-i>nu������uv   x*mt., vtAvmml'mtmm.  Mother! Open  Child's Bowels With  California Fig Syrup  Your little one will Ipve the :4fnjjty*'  taste of "California Fig Syrup" even if  constipated, bilious, irritable, feverish,  or full of cold.     A teaspoonful never  fails to cleanse the liver and bowels.  In a few hours you "can see for yourself how- thoroughly^ \vorks-.:alL the  sour bile,- and -'undigested food" out of  the bowels and you.have a well, plaj--  ful child again.      -     .    ..- "      .  - Millions .of mothers keep "California  Fig Syrup" handy.   -They know a tea-,  spoonful today saves a sicK   child   to-  morfbyir.     Ask j'our, druggists for* genuine "California Fig Syrup" which has  directions for babies and children of,  all ages printed on bottle.      Mother!  You must say "California" or you may  get an imitation fig syrup.  New Record For  Vancouver Port  Largest-Number of Ship's Called During January  Vancouver.���������Fitytairee deep* sea  ships, not' including tho big. vessels:  that ply between Vancouver and San  Francisco,, entered and "departed- at  this port during January, r  This sets a new mark for Vancouver and it is expected that the end of  the year will see the total of deep sea  vessels arriving and-departing aboVe  "any preceding year In November,  19i9. fifty-five-ships entered* "and departed, but these included many oil,  freight and passenger ships to California ports which now are classed as  coastwise. '  - ,   , - *  Last year, to the. end of December,  38*9 ships arrived here (compared with  C36 vessels during the pi seeding 12  months.'3  -Berlin.���������Two French soldiers were  killed and twenty-five were wounded  fn,the disorders at Petersdorf, Silesia,  according to the, latest reports from  Gleiwitz, Shots were "exchanged  while the soldiers' wer& searching  houses for arms.  .Jottawa-���������The amalgamation of lhe  Royal Canadian .Mounted Police v,ith  the militia, naval and air forces in  the proposed department of defence,  is-creating much interest as^to the future -of that force.     During the last  | two sessions, when legislation was before parliament to provide for bringing that "force out'-of the west and  amalgamating with it the Dominion  police with Headquarters at Ottawa,  there- was considerable opposition-  from members of parliament, who con-  fended that the force had been mo.ved  to the east and enlarged until it was  becoming something in the* nature of  "a standing-army." ^  In the bouse much, criticism was.  launched against the government of  tie day oxi. the ground that needless  expense was being incurred and that  tie force "would have been better occupied* had it been kept at its former  work of _ policing only the less settled areas of Western Canada.  In view of this attitude -,ambng  Liberal Members of Parliament,  there is 'some 'expectation of the  Mounted Police Force being re������urned  to something like its former footing,  j. though so far as can. be learned there  has been no decision or even discussion by the government as to what its  policy in -this regard is likely to be.  M^SKM^mem  metm  Prepare Regulations  Ottawa.���������Regulations for the control, of the importation of -Chinese  eggs, now being compiled by officials  of the department of agriculture, will  bev presented-for. -approval of cabinet  council almost immediately.  It pays fo patronize home industry.  Buy from the merchants in your own  town. *���������  ��������� '^m^MZ^fZ^mt- ^ai^H ''iiuy.'CAspirin  ". UhVfik-. xtriit^itta'^ih'-t i.n^^4tWs\^~-'^^ZXZUi^m   :;ZZZ"Z'Z  ,i Aspirin/'- w-^ic&^i^sndir^obsn������jiil*lJbs6 worked ont by  \Vhy^KiiM^ saf^ljy,pillions for  )        Colds   '. t :    Heada,c4i$ ���������,    -Rheumatism" ���������  Toothache^,& Wfciirafgia' ** ��������� Neuritis .  it  V  K        Earache       ,    Lumbago Pain, Pain  Jlttiuady "Bay������*M'biw* tf)l,Nlfii;-������tlfil������~-AlBabottl������iB.of g4'nnd lOO���������Drucciflts.  '    '      I* fh������ frfce-W-rf-e-.'rV* ���������>���������������-!ete**r*d Irt.Cun&Sa) .i Ci>*si aiumilieoiur* of Mono-  .,..00.00.    00   Vim *V ��������� ..* 1mm ���������t  . TlTl.ll.    I*    ...   ......     v.���������       ....       .        . .     . ��������� "  ���������iAtlxtiriri  >������ioo(tobc{a������������t������r ������  :ym\\\-\*%*.*.*"������������������*  ���������ft  "���������/*.-*  ������������t������r ot Ballcy  ymmn  allcyllcnclei:   WHU������.,  Jt"J������ Vail known 'that" A*piHn~moann iittyor  5>Mva t!h������lr.c<tt������*rt*l Ur*������i W������rk, tb# vjJnyer Cnn,"    , *.> -,  -mf������~--'i   -v -I*? ":' v   "���������  ,*,,*���������'   ������������������ "���������"���������'-.** '���������'���������        r*-  ''"���������'  f HALIFAX EXPLOSION  -.WRECKED HER NERVES  ��������� The reader will, no (Joubt, remember  when a few years ago there -was a  collision Au tho Halifax, N.S., I-Iarbor  and one of the .munition sjilps was*  blown up, causlngf gifeat loss of lifo  and laying a large portion of the city  In ruins, find causing a great deal of  .suffering and distress among the inhabitants. '    e      .   ���������'    '  Mrs. Wln'field Dill, noy? of Windsor,  N.S.,' was living in 'Halifax at that  time and went through this-trying experience and the shopk wrecked her  nerves, She" writes as follows?���������"I  jwas living in- Halifax* at the time of  ;tho explosion, and It wreclcod my  .nerves so that I could not do my  {housework. ' I .would toko ���������such, norv-  pus spells I would bo under "the doc-  itoiJ'a care. ������      ������������������ '     .  ^ I saw Miiburn's Heart nnd Nervo  I'Pills fKlvertisod, so I topk two boxes,  "and they helpod mo sp m\ich I took six  jnoro, and now Tarn completely x'eliev-  cd. I can recommond-thom to anyone suffering from hoactJ and nervo  trouble." - r.      ;. .  \ To "all those who'suffpr from tiorv-  Vous shock wo would recommend pur  MILBURN'S  HEART AND NERVE PILLS  as Iho best remedy to touo up tho*entire nervous eystem and ptrongthon  tho wonkenod organs,. Milbuw'fl  Heart and Norvo PIHb nro the original  Ucart and nervo.food having boon on  the mnrkot for tho past 27 years,  ^rlflo, BOo a box at'nil doalorfl, ot  mailed direct on rocolpt of price .by  Tho'T. Milburh Co., Limited, Toronto,  Out,  W.   N.   U,   1406  '."':'"'*'j'9>  This new  candy-cbated  gum delights  young^and old-.  r   -mm  It "melts in your  m.outh,,  and the  gum.  in  tfa%*  center remains  to  aid digestion,  brighten teeth and soothe mouth  and throat/  There are the other WRIGLEY  friends to choose from,  ��������� i      " '  "After  ��������� Every  Meal  B������������.  x^JM^  MM  ���������"?"���������     '���������������������������-���������r-t-i  jj- ��������� ���������'-���������tl^r%^':. 'i'i   "���������-,���������-���������      -J-4   ' ������������������    '"���������"'<?"'(���������;"',  ' ' - * . -t ~^tm- ^-.^   .m...   ,m, , * ���������   *���������"     '- -* ��������� 'I  ���������*   fl*l*."'jr !������*"*���������!���������.!  W\Xtm%>*.itlJ.t*J-.h 'i^1  *-* **r* % tY**Wn/**   * it ***>,/������ 3BH  * t*  ���������    XHE CBE8TPK BEVIEW  THE CRESTON REVIEW  issuwl every Friday, at Creston. B.C.  Subscription : $2.50 a year in ad vance:  $3.00 to U.S. points.      ./'   ���������**'  O. F. Hates, Editor and Owner.  CKBSTOlsf,  B.C.. FRIIXAY, FEB. 10  A Government Liquor Store  called attention to -tlie inadvieabii-  ity of having anything to do with  a communication coming from an  unknown organization, . received  scant support���������due, doubtless;' to  sentimental reasons���������the - point She  In addition to his urbanity, court  proceedings- also iiiideaiably���������hadi-  oated that in assessing the Valley  Mr. Ferguson .had. devoted much  time and no end .ot attention to  preparing a roll that is eminently  pay before midsummer/ greatly ap-,  predated the ten off there nas always been a well deserved suspicion that the discount in some measure was added on  first;   at  least  The action of Canyon Local of the  United     Farmers     and    Creston  ^ ' Y*������* ��������� '  WtmenV: Institute at their Jan-  u *ry meetings in passing resolutions  protesting against the establish  ment of a Government liquor store  at Creston has evoked a considerable discussion of government control of the liquor business in this  district.       ���������  Without taking sides at all in the  bo itroversy there are features connoted with the adoption of the  resolutions in question that no harm  as of calling attention   to.  With the Canyon U.F. action was  possibly taken with the members  under the impression that in the  plebiscite on tbe question in October, 1920, the Valley had voted^drv"  whereas the reverse is the case; the  voters in the .area between Kitchener and Sirdar rolling up a majority  in favor of government control, and  now that a move has been .made to  have effect given to the vote as recorded in the Valley it is hardly in  accord with the best British traditions to have requests going into  the authorities asking that the  principle of majority rule be ignored in a matter in whiob-it has not  as yet been proven that any error  of judgment has been shown by  those who   piled up.  considerably  particularly in this case where the  title "Citizens Committee" had been  appropriated, and-which from its  name might be considered altogether too embracive under all the circumstances. No responsible organization like the Women'* Institute  i  should countenance the operations  of "committees'* that aro not at  least semi-publicly organized, and  are not sufficiently confident of their  bona fides to sponsor a very import-,  ant side of a community controversy, as to indicate who the officers  pro t<������m or permanent may be.  lit calling attention to the dereliction of the Citizens Committee in  not sooner disclosing the identity of  those responsible for bringing it into being, we trust none will gather  that the Review is opposed to its  operationsY Our idea ia that it can  perform a very useful service in this  locality, and if it will prosecute its  endeavors over the wide field of usefulness that opens up before iUthe  Committee can rightly earn the  gratitude of even those who at the  present time -may be wishing it a  short existence.   ���������������  History recalls that when the  state of Kansas went *^dry" quite a  few years ago tlie enforcement of  the prohibition act was even a  greater farce than that enacted in  this province between 1917 and the  establishment of the present era of  government control, and it was not  | until the people   of   Kansas   took  favor of government control.  Criticism of the Women's  oamet avxratxmA  %A.m...v0. m v-f^mmr-vm  ^The Beview  very seriously commends to the Valley Citizens Com-  -,-um ������ w ww    %.t*t~t ���������  tute resolution ih th������  is not so much directed against the  violation of the rule by-fnajority-] throughout that state.':  principle but rather that the Institute acted upon a letter received  from as organization that- the general public is not aware actually  exists, to say nothing at all of the  lack of knowledge as to who arethe  accredited officers even, other than  the secretary of the "Citizens Committee," whose name was affixed to  the missive.  While the-Institute member, who    n   raised was a most important one;'fair to-all,when all, the details connected with trhe making of an assessed valuation ^of a place are taken  into consideration. Whenever called upon to demonstrate that any  two or more'places in a giyen locality had been. assessed on a parity  he was not only able to "sustain his  own reputation, but his willingness  to produce this evidence for comparative purposes was equally creditable.  JBoth in his conduct at the court  as well as-in his field work in mak  ing up the roll last summer,. Mr.  Ferguson amply demonstrated that  his aim was to prepare a roll that  while in good measuer conforming  with the provisions of the Assessment Act would not in any case be  unduly burdensome on the party  assessed. Just how well he succeeded is best indicated in the court-  proceedings which on appeals dealing with at least half a million  dollars hardly $10,000 of a total reduction was accorded in a. matter  of sixty appeals.  In the conduct of the' court and  in the handing down of his decisions Judge O'Shea was eminently  fair in every essential detail, and to  the onlooker it seemed that in every  case of reasonable doubt the appeal  ant got the benefit of it.  *  In addition to affording opportunity to those interested to air  their taxation grievances the court  also disseminated much useful tax  ation knowledge, as well as being  the means of establishing a well  deserved confidence in the fairness  and ability of the assessor and judge  alike.  SfflB  ������  ,i i 11 ii      e "u     e     ' ji xl -  *     I'     * '    '  that has been demonstrated in the  matter of school z&tdsin past years.  In all B.C. organised municipalities the tax discount jyaa abolished  at least four years $gO;  ������a  -  if You Wan  D  a neai  <<  fi  better  than a three fifths vote in I what might be termed direct action  If you want a real jqb done on your Ford take It to  Creston Auto & Supply," has become a slogan  with Ford owners for miles around*    ,  A complete stock of Genuine Ford Parts alwa-ys on hand  and a staff of mechanics -raised on tne.Ford"  -account for the reputation wetiave ea-ided of  doing a better job in less time than it usually  takes.  im  f . . ��������� J      ������r a       ������rlfc    a~-.������~m~~.   ~    ������������������ "*     ** ���������*  xi you nave noi������ yei* experienced *ms*  uetwar service permit us to suggest that you do so without delay.  Without any obligation^ to you we will be^glad  te give you an estimate for anything from a,  minor repair "to a complete overhaul of either  your Ford Car ot--Track.  0, "m-m m ' am* ..    **    ^* ���������  % \  ���������   . .     . .  m-f.tvrt ... ax.fit    ..sit***    rntT-i     000-^.^ST     ������-. ���������������*.**J0.v-x.vi  <pw\*%   ^l . tatt a x am *aavaeta%   ������m������tv������������  Xitlll yuul   Utfcl    ill   uun,  tjxyaxnx. vuv curjp* su^ fueju omhus.  I  by the formation of Citizens Com  mittees in every district  that;;pro-  "hibition  actually  did prohibit* the  sale   and  .consumption   of   liquor  .: -o* ******+*% ens _  NOTICE!  Ladies* Shoes., half-soled  7Sc  Men's Shoes- half-soled  $1.00  Bcye' JSfcoes, hall-soled  SOc. to 75c. .  Rubber Heels, all sizes  attached, 40c.  lished in Kansas by a similarly constituted organization, and trusts  that the local effort will not end at  the mere offering of resistance to  the establishment.of a liquor store  here.    ..; ���������������������������'   _, ,*.:.,.  Commendable as that effort is,  k "        *��������� ���������'    * *  the preventing of the opening of  the wet goods emporium hardly  meets the existing liquor law enforcement situation half way. With  the active co-operation of a genuine  citizens committee; and a . 90 per  cent, sympathetic population,, the  keeping of the operations of the  despised bootlegger down to. somewhere near the irreducible minimum should ��������� not be impossible iii  Creston Valley. '  Mentis  Shoes going  wholesale prices  at  Crestpn Auto &L. Supply  K. S. tfEVANf, Prop.  "*������������������  Tax Payment Date Change  While a  definite pronouncement  mtm    ****Rl      ~\~r~ ^������lw������ mm ta*m  *mmm    *-~<**\      mm*\-mm       ^.immm   m'm^-m mm ~.  c������o    V\-*     'WW C-AJf       V*������*7 ������&������������,������*-  MA  tum-ti  f-l  5?  \������mm *m a  Assessing Wiell Done  And a redaction in price on  all Harness Repairs  JOHN JOY  Creston Shoe & Harness  Repairer  Shop: North of Grand Theatre  Mill W���������  Rich In Butterfat, anil from  Tuberculin-tested Cows  7 Quarto or 14 Pint* for $1,00,  CREAM FOR SA.1.E  Half-Pint Pint    .     Quart  20a 35a 60*  MOUNTAIN VIEW RANCH  WALTBK V. JACKSON  Whatever faults (if any) that  may be charged against the assessment roll court of revision held  here last week, certainly complaint  can not be made that a fair���������and  full hearing of all appeals was not  given���������and in view of the provisions of the Assessment Aot and on  tbe evidence submitted very little  kioking is justified on the decisions handed out.  Well deserved, too, is the almost  universal favorable comment on the  attitude taken by Assessor Fergus-  on in presenting his defense of the  various assessments complained of.  Although a few of the appealants  were inclined to show hostility,'and  in some measure attempt to dis-  orodit-tho all too apparent fairness  of the assessor in making tho valuations of the different Valley pro*  pertiea, at no time throughout the  ���������eight hours of court proceedings did  Mr. I'urguitCA, Mi* IA* usually  equable temper or hi any manner  attempt to reclprooato any of tho  ill feeling thoso questioning his  work may have������ dlm^o>md.  ister of finance made such a radical  change in the date upon ��������� which  provincial taxes shall be due and  payable, besides adding interest on  rates unpaid- after due dates, aud  clipping off the 10 per cent., discount for prompt cash, settlement,  possibly in tjie incessant demand for  rigid economy may be found the  reason for the changed state of  affairs. ... .*���������/ 'Y ���������.**," Y. ���������  .  As is well known ; the government on or about the first of May  commences its expenditures'on pub  lio works of various kinds amounting each year to about two million  dollars. In the past, with taxes,  not due until July, and hot overdue until December, the only way  to finance these publio works was  by a temporary loan, on whioh. interest had to be paid.  With taxes now due --at the end  of April a goodly share of the money neeeded will be immediately  available, necessitating a very much  smaller loan���������on which the inter .  est will be met out of the interest  charge of one per cent, per month  on taxes not paid by May 1st.  While tho chango will, assuredly,  entail some financial inconvenience  on more than a few residents, taking the view of the situation as dis.  closed above there oan be no denying tho faot that as affeoting tho  province as a whole ihe new state  of affairs has its advantages.  Locally tho withdrawal of tho 10  per oeut. disoou&t has produced a  situation that indioatea an altogether too ooinmon insinoority in more  than a few who in one breath do*  olare that people will not bo able to  Spay their taxes until at least early  fall, and in the next gasp berate  tho government for withdrawing  the-disoonnt---whioh only held good  until tho w<$ of Juno under tho  old order of things.  While th<m fortutiato %iiomgli k������  Ujfertng Special  Values-in ithese "Eme^*-  FLANNELETTES  vv iiiCe, m* aw., aw..- ow~. yu~n~.  Striped, 32 and 36-inch, at 30c yard  Grey,' at 30c. and 36c. yard  Honey Comb Quilts, 72 x90, $3.50  Gamb^ic, 3 6 in. widev at z2ic. and~25c,  Long Cloth, pure fini^*| 36 in.,,at #Gc.  Cromjpton's 2l la Gtace Corsets  priced 1.60, 2.00 and $2^25 up     -        v<  *������     . ..-.'* ���������'���������-���������', '*-*',.        * *   ���������','-.'  Child's, Misses and ^omen's Shoes  Mahogany,   Brown  and   Gunmetal  leather,  hieh   tops.     Childs', sizes  4"to   7J, $2.6&  .   Misses,lXto2J,$4i35.    Women's, 3 to 7, $5.25  NEWvELASTICS  These goods are made of the best Para Bubber., and  are freshly made goods.   All widths in stock.  ' V        ..,','   -���������. -'?���������������������������-''      m ' ' '.,  Scotch Fingerihg 4-ply If father, $ 1.71  Monarch, Cozey and Beldin^'s Auetralene  Sweater Yarna.  aatammmtr*  [  Creston Mercantile Ca, Ltd.  / ������������������ ���������������������������".������������������"; . '    :��������� ���������< :������������������..->���������  ttmfttJititFmm*i~~mtt  mmmmm  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables  M^MWWll<>NWWwlW>MWlW'iil'"M'lW*<>W WW^i|li������������WwaW������il<W>r>WWMI>.|  Sleighs and Cutters.    Jeam Sleigtoys,       * z  'Single and Double Harness and Supplies  Several Sets of Second*Hand Harness  y  Coal and Wood For Sale.  ��������� ������  - WWm   -%wm   Mn%M%*K&Jf% ������ WW  Phono BC ���������   Sirdar Ave.  if  HP if.  THE  CRESTON  REYIEW  APFLiGATIONfl P3>K 6RAZIN6  PERMITS  . /JUMDERTHE SRAftNS ACT, 1919  ��������� t  Applications' for permits to graze  Ilyestriek tit. the Crown Range within  each Grazing District of the -Pioyince  of Butish Cift.iitnuia during" itie grazing season of ik^g-nnist he /Bled with  the District Imrester "at Williams  Lake, Crannroolfc, >-���������,,. prince Georgi������,  Knminops, Neibon, *"* Prince -Rupert,  Vancouver, Vernont <>r w'th the Com-  inissioner of Gt-azinfe* Dt*p*fcrfniont of  Jjiinds at Victoria, B.C., on or before  March 31, 1022.  Blank foinis'iipon *w"hich   to submit  applications   may   be   obtained  from  the  District  Foresters at  the   above  named   places   hr 'from the ��������� Depart  ment of Linds, Victoria. "  "*  The grazing of livestock _on the  Crown Range without petmit constitutes trespass/prohibited by law.   -  "  G. R. NADE,N,  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Department xsf -Lands, Victoria, B.C.  January 0, 19.23,  Loyal (Iranp Lodge, No. 2095  Meets ijknlli THURSDAY of  each month at Mercantile  Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  ���������    ,      ERIC OLSON, W.M-  >  ��������� ��������� i       -    ----- ���������   -   -  Shoo stnd Harness '  Repairing  Men's  Half Soles, $l!25  Womep'sHalfSoles^l.OO  "Guaranteed for 6 months.  Secondhand Store in connection  with business     ���������>-   ���������  /%    Synopsis of     9  land Act Amanimants  1   DU    reduced to $5-ah acre; second-class-to  _32.E0 an acre. -  Pre-emption  now   confined   to sisr  veyed lands only.       ..    -���������  Records will be granted covering onlj,'  ���������;land suitable for agricultural jfurposej������  tand whichl.i&,n"onmim><������'^amd.^ -^ "������#������������������-,  . Partnership pre-ereipttons* abolished,  but parties of not more than four may  arrange foer-adjacent -pre-emptions <  ^wfth Joint -"residence, but each making  - necessary improvements on respective  claims. t  " _ Pre-emptors must occupy claims for ���������  ������fivp years and mslcc Jrr.provenier.ts tc' "  i_Yalue of JlOper acre, Including clear-, <i  * rXiS Si~ivx Cultivation "oi -,% lease 5.acres ~  > u6'*������{'e, receiviflK C^own 'Grant.  - Where pre-emptor in occupation not  * less than *8 years; and has made pro--'  - portionate* improvements, he may, be--  cause of ill-health, or* other .cause, be  granted Intermediate certificate of im  provement and transfer his claim.  Records   without   permanent   residence may bfe issued* proyided* appli-  ��������� m������ makes improvements to extent ol  $300 per annum apd records same each  rr*Q    .'���������* *���������   *- m -   , -r  ������*resion January  :'Z    School Report  ������    ^   .- * ,.    mi\r      < - - ' kf --, _ ������������������ **ci *  HlpHLScHOOi>-C. M~Broosson, B.SbM  Principal.,,.      ;     ',  Fnrolment, 23.  ~ Average^ittendance. 21:05. ,  . gyj^I^estsfeinding:^ v Matriculation-  Rose Cherrihgton. Advanced���������Violet  Morrow.    . Preliminary���������Sidney Bell.  Perfect attendance���������Rose Cherrington, /Harryf CliiniJtoD^ Albert Davis,  Afarguerite^rawford, Hazel Hobden.  Eva Webster, Violet Morrow, Earl  Swanson, Eya Webster.  -       - r '     ***  Divjtion 1.,*���������(*. P. Smith, Principal.  , Highest standing: Entrance Class���������  Edith Davisr^Oharles Holmes, Gladys  Webster. Fourth Reader���������Helen  Moore,OHl������f Chrjstit^Jiip Cherrington.  Perfec-^attendance-r-W������l!iam As her,'  Ivin Compton. ' Ollie Christie, Ben  Crawford,  Edith   Davis, 'Keith   Lid-  .-.I  vHow>,^n pda^ed jpfcdj^.through  the streets in nis^underclothfe'g, stopped  ^eWYoi^i^^^f.^^^k^^'  my^stai-ted tf fi-������e>~tf ni&tSfltiduially,' 'became v9ej.|iun*dei,^sufepej3t;!risd1"uni'ntien-'  ticjnally and finaily*>inygatj6d-his way  to the altar, ar^biit qs..feyfot ,thft?re-  m-irkiible features of ^heJNut,*' staK  aing Douglas Fairbatikg^vfaictiis corrf=  ihg-to'thtf Grand* Theattfeori'Satiii^ay"  nighU Feb. lltb.   .    <,.������"������*.%*'!  -Thi������picture issfMd tp-vhe ty cqinbin-  atioint of comedy tapd._ h^������^ ���������?nJb^?P!?J;>  with a very pleasing "love" sCbry*; doin-'  inatifig'throughput. ' 'In1 adflitfOn^to  thfestar, fchephotojplay-'-haS'-in itsb'nie  of the most capable and:popitlar screen  players in the picture business.  The theatre management proclaims  this film as one of the "most unique  thtyt "Doug" hasJ ever dorie. It displays some <of -ihe mosC" onginal-'aiid*  I;mghabi& situations teverishoviaj.ttna,  gate, Lizzie Lewis, Olaf P?j,yne, Gladys' a^ .fc.he ��������� s*������^ Jm?   ^^oS&. gg^'AiO?'  iit    ,. ~r. '-���������*������ .-rn-   . ���������   . . .   .. 'o..eiotmr in  tlio nut.eilA **vf it-.a t.ftvstt.mor."K  X - year. Failure to make improvements  or record same'.will operate'as for-  feiture.    Title cannot be obtained  lhv  less than 5 years, and improvements  of $10.00 per acre. Including 5 acres  Cleared, and cultivated, and residence  of jat leaBt 2 yeajrs.are reouire'd. su- J1>  x-re-emptor h'CIdfbtr drown ^granl  may record another pre-emption, it-he  requires land tn conjunction, with Mb  . farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory Improvements made  and residence maintained on, Crown  granted land.    ��������� .v3*    ������������������  ���������**        *' ���������  " -J?il8Vrv*y������<:L areas, not exceeding 20  sores, may be, leased as homealtes;  ffi ,\*������s ll obtalnedl^ter fulflllffreai-'  dentlal and Improvement conditions.  _____ >Al  For graalnk and'* Industrial riurpbseS  ( oxceeding-. 6.40   apres -may \ he "  ������.���������' hI P������������'k������-waop orcompany.- "W  Mill, factory or Industrial sites on  ���������-areas   oxceeding  leased *���������"-^   *  timber land not  exceeding   40  acres  *,S.,S^5S������pJS.|,05O8e,l! oonditlon-i Include  payment of stumpage.  ������   NaturaT hoy meadows  Inaccessible  py fxlstin* roads-itnay be purchased'  conditional, upon construction of a rbiid "���������  -to them.   Rebate of one-half of cost^  'SSS2: ?-ot ^o^^g half'of purchase  iprice, Is made.  .... ,M    FRBB.*' GRANTS���������".  :$r..Acy;   ���������    ' ���������*,*. ,*- -i   .���������*..���������;  Webster,   'fearry    Webster,*   -Delyiri  Ptiyne, Evelyn Bevan, Harold Payne,.  Division IL���������F, B. P&irce, Teacher.  , Highest standing ;   Senior* .Third���������  Edward' Bush',   .Elmer   Olsen,   Mary  Hiiptnnhtall.'   .Junior Third���������William  Bush. Will/danueT, Elya Taylor.  Perfect attendance���������Ruth 'Asher,  Ted Bush. Will" Bush. LeshV RoflW  Lily Lewis/Will Manual,. Elmer Olsen  Etvsi Taylor, Lily Wils,on, Fred Chris-,  tie. Edith CounngvHaryey Gobbett,  Elya Kellv, Bert Maione, Louise Nickel. Harold Speers.^Myrtle Taylor.  Division III���������Miss Davidson.Teacher  Highest standing: Senior Second���������  Cletus Sehade, Muriel Oatway and  Arthur Couling, Rophina Androsow.  Junior Second���������Laura Holmes. Dora  Spratt, Ada Lewis. r     ,  ���������  Perfect attendance���������^Rophina Androsow, Eva Christie, Lionel Downes,  Norman Finlayson, Euphemia Fisher,  Laura Holmes, Ada Lewis, Clayton  Muirhead, Olive Muirhead, Violet  Muirhead, Walter Nickel. Verne Olsen, Louise  Pendry, Arthur Crotuak."  Division IV���������Miss,K.Moore.Teacher.  ��������� Promotions; From First to Junior  Second Reader���������Mary Goodwin, Tom  CinstfixVatttf'Gwen Webster, Evelyn  Linn, Bett? ' Spfefrs, * Beryl Nichols,  Mary Small,' Hazel ..Hop*wood, Uirell  *mi^erAW^nm(te^go*ijlio������, -^ecii Tose,^  Ce^il iStuirheat^.'^oma Peairs, Laur-  enc^HafxU������n^|alU''lQrda Christie, Edith  Lewis, Marion'Embree* Wilbert Doble  - -Second ��������� Pripier . to First * Kead������ r���������  HildaJPasfnef Dorothy Smith, Robert  Dovs Beth 'West , Pass! Ashss* Kath-"  leen/Mawson', Leyi, Doble, Harold  Beninger, Thelma Hayden, Dora  Nickel.    ,.  ��������� First Primer to Second Primer���������  Earl Christie. Frances Moore, Lillian  Treyelyan, Francis Lewis;.,Mary-Sut-  cliffe.  Perfect attendance,���������IJHly, Buyle^  Joyce Bnrkhaidt, Harold Beninger,  Earl Christie, Jean' Fish/r, Mary  Goodwii-f, Evelyn Linn, Hilda Payne,  Aueen Spi-ati, Wellma'n Rollins*. Hi-  rell filler. Bet^West.     -   - .  W * A V  Division V.���������Miss Comfort, Teacher.  Highes&stunding: Clabs A-^-Dorothy  Dunn, Lynn Beazei, Ronald Gibbs.  CU>ss B^wjoifiiy Hilton, Jay.Bliss, An-  d^ew.*Mi!I^-; /-"' :yZy  ���������-        ���������?;.  Per|ect attendanije-^Lyfjoi ��������� Beazer,  Eric feenhett.' "jToati^ Hilton, Irwin  OroBthAyait, JVTai-jo^ie Learmonth,  Fi-iVncesi.Lewi^' Frank^ Mrtrrow,' Jean  'Oatway., Herbert WesjL, Andrew, Miller, Rol'and>MJUer;  r."ti"'-. ������������������ Y'YYYXY*: ��������� '',     ,:   ,,'   r :,  , , ������������������   ,as  artistr^^in. they.natiue .eo������.it^^*atmeBt  at the "hands of this clever tind atbiet-  ���������        '*    'J&***'   **.?-"* -      -I r    -       ,   0-*    ., ,  ic comeaian.   -        ~~  "  V*" *������.' 3*  t -A  *V..!^_U  -  \  rf  n  x   i  J". *  -.,h'  t!mami  '".Ve..^  Hii".  - ',.**.  t -v".  0-  rvm-i.   ���������  .     tx        v  .      '  '-y.fi-y'Kj' "-  -"txfr  ������������/f -**���������  ���������r*.  Mil You" Remit Money  -.-*  For remitting money anywhb-e, Bank Drafts and  Tyibney Orders arejHth^iitequi^ for safety and cwa-  venience. If you wish to^send moiiey abroad, buy a  draft from the Imperial Bank of Canada., For.sums  up tb fifty dollars ImperiaS Bank Money Orders are  the most convenient- and economical;  A-'*.        J      Z,r.0. y  --���������        -:���������-" '     'Cm-l;f   \* f-0-   ���������   *81������":  -*?**e!  -M  .���������������*' *  few.1" ALLAN,.  "'    " * OF CANAlXflt-*-*-"^^  GRESTON BRANCH,  r   '   >*������-  ^faaa/ler^  'fi-  #���������> ���������*       0  V,        .    ' lmV*m.  fip*~  -- ������ * *-l  NEWS OF KOUTENAYS  **-���������'������  PRE-EMPTORS  ������ , \   ;   ;. &.'��������� ..,       .  The ������iflone of this Aot Is enlar*������d to  iHClude ������fi peraona Joining and^aerv-  Wo..) MaJesty.>-.^c  *li>������ with His:* Modes'  time within which the'helmor'dovlfleSs'  ���������S' ������ dooeased pre-emptor may apply ���������  r.0^ (?J-������"^ yea������l?rom the death of  'oreea.tv-ame.  eee  ot la .extertdod  _or title under this  -Trom for one year ?        ���������  *uch  person,  aa formerly, ~untu""one  *oar after the conclusion of the present  war.    This privilege is alsoi made -"���������  troactlve,  pre-  i 1018%  '  No fqpo reldtinar to pre-emptlons"arv  (due or paynhlo V soldier  ���������Jmptloni recorded aftor Ja  TojoB'are romlttetrfc* flVeyeiireT-"  Provision for return of moneyB bc-  Sru,������rSvd?������ and been paid Bfn?eXu������SSt"  ,4, lM(e wi aooount of payments.Piees  ' inteirost on agreements to DurohaHe  *^iii������f ?Sr?52i o*" dop6ndentS, acaulred  dlroot or Indirect, remitted from en-  liBtment to Maroh W; lMO.        '���������  ���������j    *>'���������".' ,VY- W^-Vi,ii',,     '.      l.-y  Crown grants :to aub-purohuers   ef  ������^AvJ?S2r"iZSZ&, ,alle*. ,to    opmplete  pjirehaoe, Involving forfeiture* Jon^ful-  h whole of original par-  |rjo������Mftw ana tkxtm may  ORAZINO. ���������.*''  ������������������ armslng Aot, 1019, for automatic  development of Hvcatock Induatry pro-  ���������Idea for grating, districts and WtJ*  administration under Commlaalona%  Annual graslng ihjiiuUii Ibuuu-J' baaed'  on numbers ranged: priority.for eatab-  Tithed owner**,,;.^ock-owner, ,���������������������<  fortrt Atooclfttlons for mng* management.   Free, or partially free, permUa  {?t   lSSSt oamp*ri W tr*vi|W u"  If ttie Way fi tbng or  the Time Short  " Fioyd Bros.-fDt Greenwood are lYsirtg  up-.a-rt!on of* bay a' day to feed- their  herd t)������,125 hfjid 6f cattle at present.^ .  ��������� Oldtimers at Cranbrook 'are agt-eed  that list tnon-tH"4v"as the"1 first January  in lJj-e town'* Jiistpj-y 'that* went  th^ough^w^thout the. _usual Jjanuary  thaw..     '      -  .       . ~ Y-* \' ���������   0    ''  r  ���������An up- ta-dafc-f, Lmagw,. laatern has  just been- purchased by the Fernie,  school board an'd wiirbe utilized in the  teaching Of geography and mitdi-e  study.      , ���������     T,"r     '" -   .' :   . .'  At the inJBF^asted'rate for electrfcf en-  er,gy-tt������e������igtizi?ns of GrandJ Fo^ks will  pay at-least $8000 per year more than  was    the   case 'the   previous   twelve  ..months. -  l\i indiice .owners t$ psjy their jdog  taxes proni'p'tly" the cfTuhcil a������ Fernie  t      '       0 -,     - X.J..0X       ' *  -01-. >��������� trt.  is' allovVing a rebate" of 50f cents c per  canine <������n all tags bOffght before 'the  *end of March, ie '*-*-'.   ,--.  Real Scotch economy i������' again irt-'eV-  'idence. At a silver���������tea---given by a  couple of * English Ohprch ladieaV.at  Cranbrook last week the cash intake  was less than $10.   *   \  r-r - r     J   V, *X} ,1 t ?^_*('**^       -    -        -  Ttiere i& talk hf builoftpg a ci-eahiery  at (Green woodland ^fJheT Ledge' eStim'  ates that there are-at,least,2o0 tniik'  cows in,that-section .that-would be already available to supply the factory.,  1 ^\   m   It 1*        ���������   . mr '   ��������� * v    ��������� ������ ' *      ���������*���������        ^  ' At. Greenwood   the^ electricity- fojj-  lighting'pfu-poses is nqw,toeing turned  off a few hoqrs every.tlay.l .in order to  saye thelarge jtniOuntbf extra current  that is being used daily^but not paid  for.>        e.      ,' -      "'.   '��������� %       ',*���������'.      . 'i    ..  Cranbrook 'ratepayers are to-be  affoi^ed opportunity to yotea^ whether the increased school accommodation  shhll be in shape of a braird new school  building or an addition" fco tlie present  central school. '-'���������*���������*"    . - *  -  "p-}M% ie'iist'eighteeh" Kaslo citizens are  yn^ployin|< their"' sparfe-itiue this win*  ���������ter-H*t,*tr<iippinft operfttjdhs on the'n^aiv  liiy.,cr**eeksi|. ;>lph|a ,prij|i. vv,ho is opfer-:;  atjnj^ a line, at Jtjow^^i'i. h'j^' taken ,$&,  UHirten"up to the erid Qf DecemHier.  < j.-.'..-. ���������:.���������'.���������:��������� ���������������������������- ��������� ,',.-   ��������� - ,    ,*--:   S,   *-...;'    i..i_:  xZf-tl '.  ���������*-;..  t*e?     1~   -t  V J*     . " ���������*- *  IV-  ?X>  YOUR banking can fee done by mail  "if it is iriconvenisait ��������������������� ���������^ou'Us coia������  to o������r 0^"*  Deposits wiii be acknowi������ggcd or remit-  tafkeceg'maHe to yiau prompily^ ' '*������  qf mmjfmdEaZ:  PAID-UP^EAPITAL .*.- '-        ..       $115.000,000 '  PJ^SEflVE FUND -,    .,*,*:   . $15j000,000  V .CRSSTQ.N BRANCH, 'C. ,0.: H&meii, linger.  rim.  ���������   .-J   ' -ll  -   j.  **'   .*-'*--*        f*-0J     ������������������  .     -'-  ���������  .AT '   ���������  -  ���������  xt  r    f  L* ,* -o  .   x      r.  *                                  0tT     -     >                ^r.   , .  1      J  J  -  -  K-7  '^& fT-   C-  . ������> *.  ������%s -~~..imt^a^gri  '. '���������''.-���������'??:���������<&'Py ; -(.'-yy. y   Z'.-  ��������� '   ���������  v Is' 'th'fere any  ^nt in  ���������:..-������  Mbtise?  ;;Tbife is thbeflret quoB-  tloii that presents ftoelf  9i tho houBetvife if an  nexpectod visitor drops  in for a meal. But why  wori'yl1  Shamrock Brand  .*;/i^������^n4*;^CPn'V'  Finest Quality  Cooked Ham  i, ������������������  Lunch Meat  y   Bologna, &q,  , ,-. m?, rtro always to bo r had  bore, In nioats nothin-g  quite 'equals 'Shamrock'  v   .. products., *:��������� ".'������������������  ;.*!i'  * :���������*:���������<���������>***���������  $mm  ZZ.   ZHfiSaruing the Sullivan Group, of   ?  :*   :���������",". )?V?-   ������������������\<M'i���������At<.At-m*tala'a        '���������  ���������������������������.���������-���������'���������������������������  ...   . lmpennUL,ump Gait-toa*^~������-*���������**{���������������  =       "-        always;'iti-'stock.'"* '      v  ���������- TRANSFER./'ii^T3������!ATIN;G':  *?<&*.   "      "*ii.'*-i>#V. rx... ������^-%*j  . -I'-r^t t* **���������;: ������������������ '*}���������*-}'_&������,  ������.���������������".���������**  -   V  i  s   ~  *" -1* ���������*��������� t,~     ..   .   ,   -   0 s- r ".z.  M6  -- ^  Piicftiir3^'  ."���������'! *-������j  : - *  'tx  'i-'A ~-\ ~ 0 -to-"  r*X       , .Vlr. Ji-  ,*���������������������-,-���������'I.  I.-'  ��������� x_ . ,.e  i.    r    ���������mx0~ t^mf ���������TT1���������I���������-*   '*-* Z^*-'  -IUDINQ "...NOW  ftr%  "     1 lifltSI  ,Jl-* ���������  *?  i. in  -       *      , -      1- -   ' '   ' ���������'     , r^J.  'iP.  *������������������*?,>���������  ������������������',>���������������������������*������������������������  py  \  iii'  P. BURNS  & CO., Ltd.  ������������������JjNplM la; ���������;*nei*������b#'0iVJln;1'that*:;l:, /Jofia*;  QitnnaV.'S); Jjilrsort atftf Oharfea Hnh-  son-i !,or,<wy^ot^pn tp ^hnin, the#. m������y.  hiwe. transferred,, iun_^ntprest,i\ii?. .the  tollowinft fTatrtns:. Oanitdinn Cop^leii',  Golden;i ..Coppe^; y<.41oW;.tMojbivI. 'Dia-'  thoriq' Otos's; X<������W3oh.i:' Sullivan and  Alice, rt'coiafid'aferMoilsdrby me, ni>  lesB jthe ,Haid MV;J>,,D,iei'������ lrlanjpabrJBJ.  LtivaoA and OnitVleB 'Han8oiri,r;oi;:"aiiy  pqvtioi, to v-vh^/thW tfef HtfVii tranV  fervofl i^ij intQ^fiifc.wtbljiiitHe poplod of  ninety days from this notice, pa^r to  ni6 Me-'tftwier .fihoWn '^eS-eWlth; Bitld  Viijivi^hfilnR^iie..to* ^A^.dc^B t^p, and  expenses fncuvrea in connection with,  thjj. flovolopmerte^f.*��������� tKff,: riboyo-mem-  tlbnt'd clrtlmsl m-tallotY  '  -s������r  M..I. DW;nrft:oo.  ,, QliiKiJfis Wtts01i, |36i00..  ii" ���������'���������  WE HAVE4 ^OMBLRTE STQGK Of LUMBER,.  .;.-..���������,;,������������������ YYY.-/.<   '.",-���������--,.-.      vYa/>u VY^* .'Y-Y***/    r?-yt-'  ?,���������.,-' ',-All kinds of Mouldings and'Fmibk  . : Shingles and -BrU^i\rz^ZfZ-z  A^. ijs to q^ote you pr^cqv .,.������        .     ;.���������-  YViY  > 0>0il  j'rrirtZWP  \e~ tjanson, jfotnw, j  1ov tKls yoAp*B aas^araept ^york,,:jfroni  JOliO *tirX'102i; on said minernl clalnis;  togothwr ^vjih titt-xaat&.ol*thia^dyerr.  for t/hq' ye>w? ftssoeisnient. %ov\t f*nm  together with rtll ooBia of thin eulyisr-  tipenje.nt.  yy,  >;..,.'.��������� ��������� -..'.���������f-a ,*.!*���������-*v .���������  And. further, tako notice, thjftt unless  theSt*" 8ii������h������ "titf piilfl yrithttr tha iiriie  abovo Btated'yottrJntfit'AstB inLho said  plo'lms Mjl,bocomQ.yoBted In jme.your.  coiowheri who hnfl mmo tho-rcawired  4>xpondlturofl on said minornil cintms,  under. Sections 28 atid 48 .of the  Mrnerwl-Aot.    ��������� :��������� -.":'���������'. ���������'     ' 'f.-w  Dated at Kitchonor, B.C., December  27,1021. J. A. SULLIVAN*'  ���������-*.-,!'  A.[ PK7  .*""*��������� "\* *  -Yyfi  -.f,--i  '.-  j-Ji^at.rejninding joja in a quiet"wa/jr thati-'^jp' can. \ ,  -*;     supply all your necjds i������ tho Job Printingtline, and   t������*  ; -  i thai we are m a position* to <ii������^^u.;pn^/;pii:*''>.;  ;;'; ^;.'Confer ^J^k^^O^  . 1;;; jiritit^d:^ ^  ,���������;������������������-v*  '���������Xi'..: ���������  ,.������,*.  wwiwaij|Miia>Mi^-wawii������������������l������a^^  Jl'lillli-MIWiMiW''W������IBI  t������m^   /"    **^'    * ? ���������**' -  ti^ *  ������������������-'tmCf^l  *���������#��������������� j, j V���������-TV^ */*'?"��������� * "(V*--  flit-     * -r       ������<   w,  ���������yyp\.-y   ��������� P'P- r-VY - ���������-' \- ^  7. ,   '^ v ������f������f^gf^***^^^lp!^j  THE ILEVIEW* CKESTOX B. CL'  as  *A'  CREEPS INTO THE SYSTEM  JUST LIKE A SERPENT  Like a thief in the night, it steals  through   the   system���������that's how Catarrh acts.     Don't trifle with such a  scourge.     Time-and experience have  proved that Catarrhozone is a wonderful remedy ior all Catarrhal and bronchial troubles.     You don't take any  drugs,    you    just. inhale the  sweet  soothing vapor of Catarrhozone which  is laden with balsamic essences that  *heal, l-eiieve and ease the sufferer. To  strengthen the throat, to sweeten the  breath, to stop nasty~ discharges,   to  "drive out Catarrh, colds and weakness*  in the throat, use Catarrhozone.   Two  months treatment one dollar, smaller  size 50c all dealers or the Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.  Tl  Homesteaders  ��������� BY    .ROBERT .J. C. STEAD  Published By Special Arrangement With the Author.  (Continued)  t.rtl rtiworS    I^JS    S*SHSe   Of   lOC*^"  tlon, and slipped silently to the wall.  Harris was rushing about the rotten  floor in the darkness, crying, "What  is it, Allan? For God's sake, what  has happened?. Are you shot?" and  for his own noise he .could not hear  Gardiner's stealthy movements. Gardiner's hand.fell on a log of the wall,  and his keen fingers traced their way  along it. Five steps, he judged, and  the bag would be at his feet. At the  fifth step his toe touched an object on  the floor; he leaned over and raised  the booty in his hand.  By this time his eyes had responded to the intense darkness, and he  could .discern a square of greyer  gloom where the window admitted the  night. He moved,rapidly and silently toward it, but almost with the last  step his foot slipped thi-ough a broken spot on the floor, and he staggered  and fell. The sevoTver was thrown  from his grasp,* but he was able to  pitch the bag through the window as  he crashed to the floor.   ���������   ���������    ���������*���������-.*  The sound arrested Harris j. and before Gardiner could extricate himself  the farmer" was upon him. At first,  he seemedYto think it was Allan; and  felt about in the darkness without attempting to defend himself..." This  gave Gardiner, an opportunity; .he waa  able to clasp his arms about Harris's  shins, and, with a quick turn of the  body, cast his adversary headlong to  the floor. At the same moment he  freed himself from his entanglement  and made another dash for the window. .  But Harris, still numbed from his  heavy sleep; now realized that sonie  kind of tragedy had occurred, and  guessed enough to believe that Allan  was  a-victim.      From  his  prostrate  position, with vone powerful leg he interrupted Gardiner's flight,   and   the  next moment the two men'were rolling on the floor in each other's arms.  Harris was much the stronger man of  the two, but Gardiner was active arid  had some skill in wrestling. . Besides,  Harris had been taken wholly by sur-  prise, and had no idea who his antagonist was, while Gardiner   had    full  knowledge of all the circumstances,  and the struggle was less uneven than  might have been supposed.    Inwardly  cursing the luck that had thrown the  revolver   from   his    hand,   Gardiner  sought in the darkness for his adversary's throat, nose, or eyes.     Harris,  -seizing the younger man by the waist,  lifted him" bodily from the floor and  crashed him down again upon it, but  the next instant Gardiner had one of  his hands in both of his, and, bringing  his knee down with great force on  Harris's elbow, compelled him, at the  risk of a broken arm,  to turn  face  downwards   on  the  floor.      Gardiner  again    wrenched    violently to break  free, but Harris's grip was tocTmuch  jj i for him,  so with the Quickness and  il \ fury of a tiger he threw himself upon  Ij [ the  farmer's  baek  and  wrapped  his  ;i   free arm about his throat.     With his  Make it your* handy household assistant. ; Use it; for  making soap, in washing dishes* for cleaning sinks, refrigerators, garbage cans, etc., for cleaning clogged drain,  pipes* for removing grease and smoke stains* for scrubbing  floors and tiling. You will find that the systematic use of  Giilett's L*ye will keep everything around the kitchen and  bath room clean, sweet and wholesome. Cleans and dis-:  infects. Is economical and stire_Jn its effects. Has been  the standard for over 5������ years* It saves labor* time  and trouble.  . Made in Canada.  IDK  i^MSiMSaiH  A Stitch in Time  Quick action is the only hope  when kidney disease appears.  There is a whole train of dreadfully painful and fatal ailments  which soon follow any jpeglect to  get^ the kidneys right. Among  others are rheumatism, lumbago,  Bright's disease, hardening of the  arteries and high blood pressure.*  In Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver  Pills you will find a treatment  which is both quick and thorough.  Mr. C. E. Raymus, Lindalc,  Alta,, writes:���������  "I wa* is great twfferesr from kidney  di������eu������e and lame back for more than  a y;jr. A friend *>( mine one day  told me of Dr. CWe't Kidney-Liver  Pill*, and acting vnon hi* advice I  tried 'hem. After I had taken on* box  I felt better, to I ce>ntinued until I had  ~ud five fwexes, By Pit life*.* I Mi  bi well and strenj? ** ever, and am fclad  to recommend Dr. Chaie'i Kidney-  Liver Pill* fo anyone nufferinR a* I  did,"  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver  Pills, one pill a doje, 25c a box,  all dealers, or Edmanson, Batei *<  Co., Ltd., Toronto.  W.   N.    U.   140$  air partially cut off Harris released  the grip of his other hand, and Gardiner instantly took advantage of this  move to bring both arms to.bear on  Harris's throat. Things began to go  badly with the farmer; face downwards on the floor, he was unable to  shake his adversary off, and was losing strength rapidly" with his "choking.  Gardiner no longer sought an opportunity to break away; his blood was  up and he was ih ihe fight to the  finish, ruled at last by his heart instead of his head. Had he been content merely to retain his present advantage, unconsciousness would soon  have overcome his victim, but he  tried to improve his grip, and the attempt proved disastrous. His thumb  seeking better vantage, fell into Har-  rfs's~gasping mouth. Harris was no  more depraved than most of mankind,  but when lighting for life, and choking  to death in the hands of an unknown  enemy, he was ready to seize any advantage, and with a great effort he  brought his jaws* together upon the  intruder.     . :.,  With a yell of pain Gardiner sprang  to his feet, jerking the farmer into a  half-sitting posture as he did so; and  Harris, ..with a great -gasp for air, relinquished his sudden, and unexpected  advantage. But Gardiner's head was  again in command; he i-ushed through  the door, half falling over the obstruction as he went, and in an inslant was  lost in the gloom of the night.  For some minutes Harris lay on 'the*  floor, recovering liis breath. As the  oxygen. Welled back into his lungs he  began to realize that," save for __ his  choking; he was--unhurt. With' returning strength his thought reverted i  to Allan, and, calling the boy's name,!  he' sprang to his feet. -The first thing j  was to get a light. He found matches  in his pocket, struck one, and. peered  eagerly into the gloom as its flickering flame beat back the darkness. A  blanket, rolled and stained, layjn the  doorway, 'and5, within it was a~ figure  that might* once have been a man.  Harris's heart almost stopped at the  sight: "Allan," he gasped, "my boy,  Allan." He tiptoed across the crumbling floor toward.", it, holding the  match before him. A man's boot  and part of.. a trouser leg protruded  from" the mass. He 'held the match  downward, leaning over them. They  were not .Allan's.        Y ,.  "Thank God," lie murmured, dwelling with:a great hope, "thank God for  that." p.r. v    *   -  He struck another match and found  the lantern'.     When he had lighted it  he surveyed the  little building, and  saw Allan's gun lying tit the end fai--  thest from the door.     Not until that  moment did he think of the money.  Allan had been uppermost in his mind,  and when he thought of Allan,* money  was no consideration.     But   now . a  great wave of understanding rushed  in upon him.     Yes, the bag was gone.  They had been attacked by robbers.  Knowledge of their expedition liad in  some way got to evil ears, and while  he   slept  Allan  had   been   set  upon.  The   boy.   had emptied his gun���������-the  huddled mass In the doorway told that  tale   plainly  enough���������but  other  robbers  had  seised   the  cash  and Allan  had pursued them empty-handed. Thoy  had fired at him as he rushed from  the building���������that was the flash he  saw a few seconds after the lirst loud  report.     Ho was not quite clear as to  his own share in the fight, but he saw  the general plan of it plainly enough.  H-% began t.o wonder what had happened to Gardiner and Riles.     Had they  been    shot    down   as   thcy   wound  through the woods?     This was evidently the work of a gang prepared to  stop at. nothing.     Harris never, for a  moment suspected *hls old neighbour  of treachery.     He was himself a hard,  grasping, money-fioeklng man, but ho  had a code of honour none 1.1>e less,  and within  its limitations none was  more honourable than he, .   To havo  done what, lillo������ had done would have  been qtiite JmpoBHlblo for John Hnr-  riH, and becatiHo It was linpOHnlblo I'or  him    its    poBnlblllty lor Klles never  Huggested Itself.  Harris had not yet fully realized the  1oh������ of bin money,     it was overshadowed by the rnor<r tragic   evenlH   of  which one evidence Jay before him.  Hl������ anxiety I'or Allan loomed larger in  hli-i mind, although he had Utile doubt  th*-  boy  would   take  proper, cure  of  liitfiB-f-K, and, tven If unurrned, would  com*', hack with Hirs money and per-  hapH with it pilKonff.     Tho fact thlit  A Hun had not. taken hi* nun wiik re-  itHHurlng; lf there had boen any great  fiStiiFpr hr- v/ouWI not li!"*. <- '?���������!'���������  I* behind,     flat Im tuiiHt wi out now and  .'<I������1 In th* BiHYvh.  As he reached this decision his eye  caught a gleam of something shining  on the "floor. JHe walked to it and  found a "revolver, fully -loaded except  for one chamber, which had been discharged. "This is evidence," said he  ���������"important-evidence." Harris * had  all tfie Old Ontario contempt for this  kind of weapon, and knew comparatively little about it, but he concluded from its appearance that it was almost new. As he examined it his  eye fell on the initials, "J. T.," cut in  the grip.  "J. T.," he said to himself. "J. T.  Those initials seem lamiiiai\ 1*11  just leave this thing where J found it,  until the police see it."  Replacing the weapon on the floor,  be stole out of the cabin, avoiding the  silent obstruction in the doorway. Outside he stood for a moment undecided.     The circle of light from his lantern might beacon Allan back to the  shanty, but it would also prove a signal to the robbers, if they were still  in the vicinity.      The night was now  very dark, clouds having obscured the  stars, and an occasional big drop of  rain spat about him -   The    roar    of  water.-came up from the valleys, but  above or; through that roar suddenly  he fancied he heard a sound from the.  'bushes near aT hand. .   He held his-  breath and listened intently.   He half  wished* he ��������� had  brought  the revolver  \vith him.  : Yes, there it was again���������  a human sound, beyond question, half  groan, half gurgle.     He turned in the  direction from which it    came ' and  stole   quietly ' forward.     Half-a-dozen  yards from "the building the light revealed,   first  a  shadow,  and  then  a  -JlMll-PO  JXtStXJ. Vr  rr-ttrttv v* iS  f3X\-*XiX\At  ijiufe      *-U.      -Ixxj     g^uuuvt. v-Jxtiix  some trepidation. Harris approached.  The man's arms had been extended  when he fell, and his������coat was thrown  over his head. Harris stooped and  drew it down over the shoulders exposing the face.  It was Allan.  The first shock of the-revelation almost stopped the heart of tlie old farmer, and he sat baek as one dazed unable to accept the testimony of his  own eyes. Then came a panic -of  uncertainty, and he fell upon the boy,  groping wildly for his heart, and at  last pressing upon it in an agony ot  fear. . . . Yes, the beat was there,  faint and uneven, but unmistakable.  With a sudden surge of returning  hope he brought his ear down to the  open mouth," fringed with light dred  foam, and _ could Hear the air labouring in the ravaged lungs. Then came  that human sound, half gurgle, half  groan; but to Harris, in the reaction  from his first paralyzing fear, it was  as very music, from lieaven.     His bojr-  still lived, and still should live.   -  (To be -continued) *  - In Holland, many women find employment "in the  brickyards.      They  stand out in the    warmest    weather*  smoothing   the   bricks and gathering  them in great piles.  nisi.ftnf *"������* a tin  mm AM  And Neck.  Burrteu  and  Itched. Cuticura Healed.  , ���������....'���������.?������������������_  "I hsd pimples and a sort of rash  on my face and neck.   They would  ���������%y%\    burn aiid itch and when  " "Y\    I scratched/would become  red and scaly and peel ���������  tS) off.' It was hard for me  i     to sleep and I dreaded to  ' /h go any where.  /#*     "I heard of Cuticura  Soap and Ointment and  used them.   My face began to get  cmopth. and stopped  itching  and  burning, and when I had used the  Cuticura  Soap  and  Ointment'"for  about a  month  I   was   healed."  (Signed) Mies Cora Lim, R. P. D.  2,. Blackfoot, Idaho, Feb, 23, 1920.  Use Cuticura for all toilet purposes.*  Sokp25c. Ointment 25 .nel 50c. Tedeom 25c. Sold  throuBhout fheDomimort. CanadianDepot:  Lymani. Limited, 344 St. Pful St.. W., Montml,  "'Cuticura Soap ���������haves without taag.  OF   .  iiBstlpatlon  Can Be Quickly Overcome bf  v*  Asst&'rs-   ~y%~.  V**-  sweeten  the Stomach  CARTER'S LITTLE  LIVER FILLS.  Purely vegetable��������� act sure  and gently on  the Uver. Relieve bilious-  ness,  head-  ness and indigestion.   They do their-  duty. - . -  Small PHI���������Smali������ose���������Small Pnce-  IITTLE  SVER  f  JT  a?" jBes-fJpfces  L&H  JUJIeSK.*!  TOMATO  KcTCHUP]  TOMATO KETCHUP,  mXdimTet  Just a dash adds- zip to the stew or fish, etc.  The well spiced and seasoned fine ripe tomatoes are a wholesome sn.d tastw"re!ish.  Made from Canadian Produce and sold every-  where in Canada.  !*-*-at'  -^^^S^iillllllllllllllllllllllllllllll!  n:  ���������{  MORE TOBACCO FOR THE MONEY  Packages 15*  ^lbTins85* ���������-  llllllilllllll  (i|-<JjM* nir~iittf4^i^^t..!, n..^, ^i^jj.*^ .^  mZmT^'n ^T********' h^'^^^������1W-������W^>W>W^^ mem****-.. '���������*'<*!''     c*  !'-y ������ -'{   -,v*--**,"-';t:*-  * * *"-      "'���������";*  *^yz .^ j.  " Y -x ;, ZAr'ffj p{ fcPi. \y yi y,Z-'ii -yy :y-r y  ~'^Y'.'.  A--?' f  V  y,v.:B.:yfY-������:'^,^.B::>V'i*i*  BBBSXONe SR ft,  ^y  i*in  Two thousand years "ago the-athletes  -and, fighting gladiators of the Roman  Empire, toensurcspeedy'heaKhy healing'  *���������������������   wounds,   sores   ar*l   injuri*?-*   used  '-���������magical herbal oils and batras/T       '- P.  1   -^Taking a lesson from' the AngietUs, an  ^eminentfirm"of i^aaufacturing clieinists  HRdertoc& a Scarcli to jrecover'these'.lost  .  stcrets. :'* Certain'ri-cfi-herbal oilsCaad  -- aasenceaJwere at la������jE������und-*ind a scicn?  tific  means  of   blending" and  refining  them was devised. ���������   ���������  .After lengthy and cosily e'-cpeiiment a-  super-baIih-\Vas*cv6lved which contains,  ��������� these potent Jierbal  saps in the most  - perfect form.  To this new discovery was  ", given the naine.zambuk, tc indicate the  highest achievement jet attained-in the.  healing art, '��������� Z: - Y  . Treatment of <.\t\\i diseases and ill juries  has been revolutionized by ^iti-bul    Its  healing' and antiseptic power is enhanced  by the complete absence of rancid an;raal  __ fals that distinguish ordinary salve***:,  -Eczema, -ringworm,    ulcers,    piles,   *  poisoned   wounds,,  rashes,   cpld-sores,  chaps,     chilblains,*- children's     scalp  'troubles, etfS., yield rapidly to zam-buk.    -  Australia'Will Lift-Embargo  The    embargo   against importation  .Into Australia olVgbods from Germany,  Austria, Bulgaria -and Turkey, will be  .removed August 1, according to cable  -advices    leCeiveu    by   iue Aiis>Italian  * Commissionei-. at S'ew York.      Impor-  * tation of goods from Germany and hex-  allies has been prohibited since the  war -  Ship Wheat Via Pacific     ���������:  -, '  Total Bookings ton Season Estimated  - At Seven Million Bushels  Calgary grain men estimate that the  total bookings of wheat via Vancouver  this season will amount to approximately seven million bushels. In the  course of an interview with one of the  representatives, in Calgary, of a Vancouver exporting house, the Canadian  Press was informed that the premium  that was now being paid for .wheat  going via the coast as compared with  Fort* William, represented an average  of $10(f a car.'  "There is every indication" he said,  "that rgreat as the increase has been  this season in the Vancouver shipments, this -will be largely exceeded  next season. For "a considerable  time there has been a regular jproces-  sion of -New YorlrYChieago and Winnipeg Tgriin agents at the coast, looking carefully into the new route, and  they have apparently come to the decision that the new channel of shipment to the United Kingdom will become permanent.'* V    .  ��������� k     i uitOciilSu    efUU  will-).  Use Good Oid "Putnam's."  It's really a simple thing to remove  5our corns, and without pain, if you  apply Putnam's Painless Corn Extractor. It acts like magic, lifts out the  corn, root and branch,, leaves the .skin  smooth as silk. No' failure with  "Putnam's/' 25c everywhere.-  Prospectors Lost In Yukon  Disappeared on' Return Journey to  Fort Norman Last.Spring  When police reports from Ross River Post ,onvthe Pelly River, came in  they contained the formal announcement that nothing had been seen or  heard of the two prospectors, Keeley  and Warburton, who stampeded to  Fort Norman last spring, and disappeared shortly after starting from  Norman on the return journey. This  was in the' late spring and the possibility that they went through-thin-ice  somewhere is held. ,  WOMEN AND  She Would Not  ft*  eat Them  tarn  mrs.  runk   tells   Uther Women  About Dodd's Kidney Piiis  -She Suffered Terribly and Was so Bad  She Could Not~Do Her House Work  ���������What Dodd's Kidney Pills Did  For Her.  . Winkler, Klan. ��������� (Special). ��������� Just  " how Dodd's'Kidney Pills have made a  reputation as suffering women's best  - friend is again shown in the case of  Mrs.  J.  J.  Funk, a well lqiown  and  ' highly respected resident of this place.  , Let    her    tell" Jier story in her Own  swords:       7  'T suffered for years from kidney  .trouble, female.weakness and^nerv*^  ousness," MrsTFunic says. Y~\T was so  bad I could not do my housework. I  suffered . terribly-*-5 but "after ush>g  Dodd's Kidney.-Piiis I feel much bet:  - ter.     Y*-*- *"   , Y'*  "I can do my Jiouseworlc again and  'I will keep on using Dodd's Kidney  'Pills until lam entirely well.  -"I   am   well   satisfied   with   what  'Dodd's Kidney Pills-have done so far.  Everybody    who    suffers  should^ try  -them.   I would not be without Dodd's  Kidney Pills."  Ask your neighbors^ if Dodd's T������id-  aey Pills are not the" greatest of all  ."kidney remedies".*  There is said to be"* one telephone  to each eight inhabitants of the  Fnited Spates.    -  **-  COLD IN THE HEAD"  is an acute attack of Nasal Catarrh.  Those subject to frequent "colds in the  head" will find that the use of HALL'S  CA'TARRTI MEDICINE will build up ther  Svsteju and iender them less "���������''able to colds.  Repeated attacks of Acute Catarrh may lead  to  Chronic   Catarrh.  ���������. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is taken internally and acts through thc-BIood on  the MucoitsYsfUrfaces-of-the System, thus reducing the inflammation and assisting Nature  in restoring normal condition-. <  All  Druggists.       Circulars  free. _  <F. J. Cheney & Co..  Ohio.  The mother who raises children to  respect her doesn't gel her theories  from books.-  Dye Skirt, Dress  =~ m -#r. j-^Or-Faded Draperies  * ~ - In. Diamond Dyes  " m.-mmtmm-m���������mmm, _       s  JSach packag-e. of "Diamond X>yes" contains directions so simple that any woman can tjye or tint faded, shabby skiits,  dresses, -waists, coats, -sweaters, stockings, hangings, draperies, everything like  istw. Buy "Diarnoijil ������>yes"���������no > other  kind���������then perfect home ���������dyelngr. is guaranteed, even if you have never dyed be-1*  fore. Tell your druggist whether* the  material you wish to dye is wool or sills,  or whether it Is linen, cotton, or mixed  goods. Diamond I>yes , never streak.  S]K>t, fade, or run, '       .   -  MRS. ANNA E. HUGHES,  Chicago, iii.  T  Mrs. Anna E. Hughes,' 22 AVest Elm  St., Ghicago^ an artist who enjoys a  wide and enviable reputation for skill  in china paintipg* in relating the facts  of her remarkable experience witli  Tanlac, say&:  "I haven't enjoyed such goo'd health  or felt so well in every way iu years  as I do now. Before I took Tanlac I  was so run dowi\ that hS,lf an hour at  my work would tire me completely  out and I was actually so nervous and  weak that a������ times the brush would  fall from my hands and I would "have  to' anit work for the rest of the day.  Every night, I woiild lie awake for  hours, miserable and nervous.  "Mj* improvement after the first  lew doses of Tanlac was rapid and  constant. I'm happy to say I'm well  and sirong-now and feel better than  in twenty years. Tanlac deserves  e*v ery word oi praise I can give it."  Tanlac is sold by all good druggists.  Five million miles of copper wire  -���������are used ih New York's telephone system. * This length is sufficient to cir-  ���������cle.the world, pass through space to  --the moon, circle that body and return  -.fa earth tgrenty-one. times.  Women Vote* in*21  Countries  Women  now  possess  foil  suffrage  rlgtits in twenty-one countries.  Germany's -1921 Crop  The official German crop report  gives the following pfro"duction figurrs  "for 1921'i Kye and:<wheat;} 9,939^.647  ton's;, bai-ley, .1,935995 _tons; oats, 5,-  040.9S3 *ons; potatoes, 2G.I51.3S0 toiirf.  Of this production ��������� the government's  share is ,2,500,000 "tons, but, only 70  per cent, has been delivered, the report pays.  Minard's Liniment for Garget in Cows  Minard's Liniment for Colds, Etc.  Leots of people try to conceal themselves among the branches 'of their  lamily "trees.  India Nation of Farmers  The large majority of the population  of India are engaged in agricultural  pursuits, nearly 200,000,000 .being engaged in tilling the soil-or dependent  for their living upon those so engaged  =r  .,;,;*!,���������������  The others tftay be*hard to catch  With enough money, enoijgh time .  and,enough:Itickf a man mayget "bade  the health he has lost-���������or part of it.  It takes patience, too.  And then there may be no success,  or-only a little. '" ' p  ' 1 ������     .       -     -i ' ,  It'sr better to save what you have  thari hunt for what you've lost���������as  the most successful health-restorers  will tell you.   , y'y���������"',->'  Much of the loss of health is' due to  ��������� faultyi careless diet.' Wrong meals at  all times and right meals at wrong  times load the long-suffering digestive  organs with elements of destruction,  or starve the tissues and glands of  ������������������needed^erneht^.,; '"y-  Grape-Nuts is a delicious cereal food  which; has the qualities of scientific  nutrition. It supplies the full richness  ofihose splendid food grains, wheat and  malted barley, together With the vital  mineral etements, sp often lacking from  foods. Served with cream or good milk,;  Grape-Ntfts gives full nourishment  without over-loading the stomach.  A splendid thought for breakfast  or lunch, for those who would keep  health-^- V  tam~\  i  Grape Nuts���������the' Body Builder  .. "There's k Reason"  . ��������� . ' .     i        ��������� '   " ' ]'  Mud* by Canadian Postom Cereal Company. Limited, Windf-or, Ontario  '&;''  as  'iiaaigMita  v  B   .���������. racking, agonizing rheumatic  B- ache is quickly relieved by an ap-  * ,   plication of Sloan's Liniment.  .^t-For forty years, folks all ovcr tha  ,,world have,found Sloan's to be tlie  natural enemy of pains and aches.  It penetrates without nibbing. ''  You can just tell by^ its healthy,  stimulating odor that it is going to do  you good.  Keep Sloan's fiaxdy for neuralgia,  gfciatica, lame back, stiff joints, sore  muscles, strains and sprains.  At all druggists~35c, 70c, $1.40.  ^���������        -~ MaeJe in Ca������ada.  ThftW      fart      ~Sm  .  .    ~j ~x...       x~xr  The  city  of Muskegon,  Mich.,  has  loaned $10,000, without    security,, to  those of its  citizens who are out of  'work and in need. "  -.A    D...   is~~~:-~ ���������  vxtA       mrj        ,v.-*rSf)pt*s*������       Vll-C  Blood^Rich and Pure " -  Every woman���������every girl���������wants  rosy cheeks. They mean ��������� not only  beauty but good health. When'a  woman's blood is scanty or anaemic  her "color fades, she looks.debilitated,  is short of breath and her heart palpitates after -^slight exertion. Sometimes this trouble is accompanied by  severe headaches, or pains in the back  or .sides. This condition is entirely  due to weak, watery blood,~and can  only be" cured by making the bl'ood  rich^ red and pure. For this purpose  try ur. Williams Pink Pills, which act  directly upon .the blood,, and in" this  way bring new health and strength to  weak, ailing people. Mrs. Isaac W.  Howell, Petitcodiac, N.B., tells of  what Dr. Williams Pink Pills did for  her as follows:���������"Por some time I had  not been feeling well. I had been  gradually growing weaker, and found  it constantly growing harder to do my  housework. I was very pale and had,  frequent headaches. I consulted a  doctor and took his medicine for some  time, but it did rae no good. I found  myself growing -weaker, and taking  faint and dizzy spells. A friend advised me to try Dr. Williams Pink Pills,  and although I had nearly lost faith  in all medicine, I got a supply and began their use.- After a time I found  they were- helping me, and- I gladly  continued taking them, and ultimately found that the trouble that had  afflicted me had vanished I am .giving tljus * statement in the hope that  my experience will be oT benefit to  others.".  You can get Dr. Williams Pink Pills  through any dealer in medicine, or by  mail at 50 cents a box or six boxes  for ?2.5Q, from The Dr. Williams  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  People7'are "always trying to doCgo  the ' man who thinks he can r������Il a  funny story.  atm~������nt~0.^"a-t.it.itfa"0^0~a  rhg Joy of Living.  When you waken with no appetite,  a dread ol^he day Vwork and your  head heavy,yourdigestive organs  are probably calling for just the  heip which Mother Scigel's Svrup  can -five them. The medicinal extracts of more than ten different  roots, barks and leaves restore  the natural healihy'action of liver  and stomach. Meals are enjoyed,  that tired feeling disappears, and  you know the joy of living. Sold  in 50c. and $1.00 bottles at drug  stores. 10-031  You are nos  experiment-  "; Ing   vhe-a*     von   u?e 1>!\.  L*w ��������������� mmmmtmmm m Jjhiisc>s ointment for Eczema and Skin Irritations. It relieves, at once and gradually heals the skin. Sample box Dr.-  Chase's Ointment free if you mention this  Eaper and send ?e. stamp for postage.  60e. a  ox; all dealers or Edmanson, Bates & Co.,  Limited, Toronto.  -   "  -'- "    -   ���������" "      '-4S  . MONEY ORDERS   When ordering goods by mail, send a  Dominion Express Money Order.  ���������     l ��������� ��������� ���������* .     ���������   ���������'!  Cook's Grtfoa Root Compos  A safe, ���������rtliable reftstlaiitut  medicine- Bold in tUreo d<s-  grees ot strength���������No. 1. 51;  No. S. $3; Mo. 8. S5 ptt bos.  Sold bjr ta.ll -drussuts, or sect  prepaid on receipt of pries.  Free     pamphlet.       Address:  THE COOK MEDICINE CO.,  T0S-SHT0. OUT. CFuntrii Vf-ste;.)  wsnnw^wrw+m n %%wr^m +m      ^^mwin^ ���������������m-nw������*  I iiwvitinmjio A/Vif v iin 1 i-v  "Through ignorance, many have suffered aches and pains long thought  incurable. ' But doubt quickly turns  to belief when, Sciatica, Lumbago,  and Neuralgia are healed witb Nerviline. Its soothing healing powers  are really wonderful. Nerviline sinks  in quickly. It penetrates into the  sore muscles and brings grateful relief. The hundred and one" minor ills  that come_to_every tiimily yield quickly to Nerviline. Try it. 35c at all  dealers; . -  BOOK   ON |  DOC    DISEASES      I  " and.How to Feed ,   I  Mailed    Free    to    any I  AArl-mrn     Sv���������     *S*m 1   m-,~     -0 . ������������������  H.   CLAY   GLOVER-J  CO.,   INC,      *    i  118    West    31st-street. I  New  York., U S A. ^J  * ' Italian Novelist Dies    '*  Giovanni Verga, noted Italian novelist and poet, died at Rome recently at  the" age of 82 years. One..of his hest  known works wafi Cavalleria Rusti-  cana, from which Mascagni's opera  was adapted.  INVENTIONS  S-MtdforlUtoriorantlon* wnnteel by Manufacturers. Fortune* havtt btta tjiade from t!mpl������  Ideal.  "Patent Pryection" booKIeot en raqucat.  HAROLD C SH1PMAN 0c CO.  mm AnORNEYS    ������!-*-������?* m^r  w~-~me~m~mamsBsm  OTTAWA. CANADA  Time has Tested it,���������Dr. Thomas**  Eclectrie Oil has heen on ihe market  upwards of ilfty years and in that  time it has proved a blessing to thousands. It is in high favor throughout  Canada and its excellence has carried  its fame beyond the seas. If it "were  double the price it would be a cheap  liniment.  'Egyptian women perform a strange  cereinonial dance at, funerals which  archaeologists have traced back to  the ancient ritual for tho dead.  , Many people are almost crippled  with corns. But it Is needles^ suffering which cQn be speedily ended with  Holloway's Com Remover.  SUCCESS  Lots of fertile  effffs. Healthy '  chicles. Every  bird kept in  vigorous healthy,  profitable condition, by Nature's tonic.  pbatts romyniY  KEGU1ATOR  -'-Booklet    "Practical  Pointers'     shows .the     ������������������  way to profit and success..  Write;���������  MIA-Frv FOOD   CO.  OF CANADA  ���������    rrtMITED  _ . TORONTO  Jmmatmm. i ������m ������    What this world needs Is au additional supply of men and women'who  talk less and say move.  RHEUMATISM  " ���������   * ..  /���������.uinbajro. NovirrilRtn, or any otlioi- ptiin,  apply Mlnard'a Liniment to tho nehini;  opot mid not qulel? relief. Mlmvrd"a  Ih tho remedy your urnndmothcr used.  Thoro Ir nothtitfr to oaunl It.  von s.x1aK 'i-:\'*~n\'\\'iit<:n.i  Specify Z  "Imperiar Linotype  "Imperial" Stereotype  "Imperiar Intertype  "Imperial" Monotype  Prom the very stayt ���������imperial"  Type metals found favor with ilia  leading newspapers of that time  That was because we recognized Un*  peculiar quality of metal necessary^  ami experimented until our results*  satisfied uu. Tlrnt it satisfied other*  ���������Is sntlsfylng others���������Is eloquently  proven by tho fact that 90 per cent.  of the Printing Establishments In Canada are consistent and regular users.  \v\   N,   tr.   v������or������  The Canada Metal Co., Limited  WINNIPEG m  j -  THE  CBESTOft  BEVIEW  Local and Personal  N  \l  'ii. '  1  *1  Creston Board of Trad^ meets in  February sesion on Tuesday night.  ���������Se** Douglas Fairbanks at his best in  '���������The Nut," -*it the Grand to-morrow  night.  High-class local  vaudevHle and oth  er features at .the   Grand   on   Friday  night. Feb. 24th.^  T. J. and Miss Margaret Crawford  spent a. couple of days with friends in  ISelhon last week.  ' F. E. Loyeday- left on Wednesday  on a business trip to Vernon and other Okanagan points.  Mrs. Jas. Cherrington and son. Jin>,  were visitors with Nelson friends a few  days the latter pa it of the week.  , G-. Kimbei-ley, ledgerkeeper at the  Imperial Bank, left on Sundav on a  three-weeks' hoSiday trip to Revelstoke.  Fob  Saxe���������Two   storey,   six-room  frame    house    on   Victoria   Avenue  .Beautiful    view.       Enquire    Review  Office.  F. H. Helmsing, Kootenay Indian  agent. Fort Steele? was here On an  official visit a couple' of days the fore  part of the week.  H. K. Oatway, who is in charge of  the Beatie-Noble drugstore at Cranbrook at present, was home for the  week-end. He' reports the terminal  city oldtimers predicting a wet sunim  er due to the fact, that there -was no  January thaw in East Kootenay this  year.  **���������*  5*  1  Try the Drugstore First  Have YOU heard our February Records Yet ?  Spring Tim������ Is  Spraying Time I  Farmers,  Don't   Delay  How is the timo, while you have n 6 crops or fields  to work, to sit down and figure out ther necessities  ������������������;.*' you will require forvspraying. ,Y  How is the time to ordes* so you will be assured of getting your requirements here in time;   not  f\fs(~       f-ft*      -.\xrf\        C*i"     in  xAXXvJ KfX   , xiSVvJy-       KJA. Xi  tout on timet,  Z "    ' n  ������������.%*-������ *o  weeks  behind,  We can quote you on  Lime, Sulphur, Bluestone, Arsenate of Lead, Paris Green  Formaldehyde, Quassia Chips, Whale Oil Soap, &c.  EATTIE-OATWAY, AM.  We give Quality and Service here  are B( w  to Arrive Already  Weather prophets  may disagree as  to whether Spaing  will be early or late, but a look through our Dry  Goods section will convince that Spring wearables are available right now.    This week we  , call attention to-ti full range of   {  "Sunshine" Silkoline Hosiery  for the ladies.    Colors:   Brown, Black  and White.  \  hi  'if,  ii  S' a      d n E? c? ni a  (V .1 .Bl. 0 tSiem*1* 4m~ BLmmmW1       mLmmttl       \~\~m       *4mmmi4r  GENERAL  MERCHANT.  PURE  Colors: White, Silver, Black, Brown  '     and Cordovan  MAWSON   BROTHERS  Better Service General Merchants ��������� Lower Prices  Watch for our Announcement Next Week  Fob sSAtte���������Three-quarter Jersey  cow, 4" years old, due in March;^also  one tnree-quarter Jersey heifer, due  in April.   W.'-V. Jackson, Creston.  Presbyterian, Ladies' Aid remind of  their"S|^. vValfentine's Tea and sale of  home eoOking������in Speers' Hall on Tuesday afternoon; -Feb. ,14th,  3  to  5.80  ���������       .-���������-  <. j>.?.  p.m.    -fj-."'. ll /' -  -,  Fob SAtEh^Lady's and boy's heavy  winter'coats, baby's carriage lap rugs.  Also water power washer, new. Cab  be seen^at R. L. Finlayson's, next Review Office.  ���������    V       ***- r    ' r v  H. H������,\Taylor, who has been a patient in^Cranbrook .hospital for the  past three, weeks, arrived home on  Saturday .and hopes shortly to be  around as well as eyer.  Creston Fruit Growers Union, Ltd.,  annual meeting will be held on Thursday 'afternoon next in Mercantile Hall.  The notice, of meeting and balance  sheet were mailed yesterday.  Banff Dance Orcnestra are giving  another of their always popular'dances in "Grand Theatre Ballroom on  Monday night: Feb. 13th, !ab 9 o'clock.  The admission is $1 and supper* 23c.  per plate.   '   y-  I am bringing to Creston in a few  days a car of well-known P. Burns &  Co. fertilizers nxud poultry foods, and  before ordering I would like "to get a  list of vour renifirem^nts.    T. M. Sd-  -x  - . i *     *  -    - -  mondson.  The ladies of v.Holy Cross Church,  with Mesdames Bayle and Hayden at  the head of the .committee, "have reserved Friday,-eyening, March 17bb,  for the usual whist drive and dance in  the Parish Hall. ���������Y~v ' ���������  Twelve brand new beginners were  on hand for enrollment In the primary  room at Creston school���������on Monday  morningfor the start of the spring,  term, giying Division V. a total attendance, at present 40.  A. McL Fletcher of Nelson, Dominion fruit inspector was here this week  on official business. The information  he gathers would indicate that there  are at least 8000 boxes of apples yet to  be marketed ut "Valley points.  The boys had-the best of it in the  birth record for January. Out of a  total of four newcomers, for bhe month  there was,bot one girl. ' There was one  death during'the month, and registrar  Gibbs had the pleasure of issuing one  marriage license.  Norman Moore of Cranbrook, the  East Kootenay district forester, was  here on official business on Wednesdays According to the ::jonthIy x-e-  turns made to office lumbering operations in Bastj-Kooten-iy this year eve  on a larger scale than ,was anticipated  last. fall.        ������������������;'.  B. 0...Hunt-of Nelson, the Kootenay provincial*^ horticulturist, was in,  the Valley on Tuesday andYWednes-  day on an official visit. He states that  reports reaching his office are all to  the effect that orchards show no signs  of sufferinglh-otn the rather dry sum-'  met. and fall encountered last year.  ftirs. W. Q*. Davis, of Kitchener,  who was in]|tqwh on Tuesday, reports  that Mr. Davis*, who is trapping on  the west fok of the Goat River this  winter, captured a fine specimen of a  red fox one day last week. Old timers  claim this is the first sample of that  breed of fox steen in,this*pait of tf.Q,  W. Asher, .who came here from  Oranhrook itbijut a year ago, and opened out in the b'tu-bei* and photography  lines in the store next the old Auditor*  itmi, has sold out his photo business tb  Olaff Anderson, and Mr. Asher and  family ave lenVing In a few days for  Australia, where they will make their  future home.  Fov the accommodation of his many  tea room patrons Bert Norris ta serving a midnight supper at thi' bakery  on Monday njght,. 18th; In connection,  with the Banff Orchestra dunce. Several of the tables are already reserved,  and those who* prefer tb dine at th'e  bakery ton^ room are asked to book  table spaco at opco.  Those favoring tho erection of Croe-  ton into a villngo tuunicipality will be  interested to learn that payments for  trajdjog licenses for, the first half of tho  year nt tho provincial police office lust  month totalled $815. Shipping of furs  appears to have been* heavy as the  ruyalty collected on Mjbbo for the  month was a matter of 8120.  Tho ProNbytoHnns nnd Methodists  me uniting foi a special service In  Mercantile Hull on Sunday night ut  7.1*0, at which Kvnn^obst Roper will  deliver nnd addiens oh| 'Jonah and tho  Whale," and will nlso render tho solo  "A Vlei-r. Heart." A short song warylto  will precede the regular worship, and  a hearty inyitation Is extended all to  attend.  Arepresentatiyp of the Litfuor C6n-  brol Board was here on an official yisit  on'Thursday and Friday, looking the  town oyer with t.' view to having a  Government,liquor store opened in  Creston at an early date. This week  the"*'drys" have been busy circulatihg  petitions iu aii paits of the Valley protesting against the establishing of a  wet goods dispensary.  A*  I wish it to be distinctly understood*  that the OgilvitTMilling Company can  supply all regular customers with  bran��������� and shorts though there is at  present a , decided scarcity of those  feeds. By buying your flour here you  can rest assured you' can get those  other feeds, but it is . not fair to my  regular customers who buy always  Royal Household Flour to give non-  users bran knd shorts and them go,  without. Buy*the best flour made and  rest assured that bossy will npt grow  hungryfor her sweet morsel. It has  been pvoyen beyond the shadow of a  doubt that the Ogilvie Milling Company is the only fii ni that* has eyer  giyen you'ali the -feeds you require in  times of dire need, and'it'would be  well for you to consider this matter.���������  T. M. Edmondson.; -  Fob Sal,e���������Galvanized water cistern, 13 barrel capacity, g.slv&nized top  and tap at bottom. Gasoline lighting  system, 3 lights and tapfc. . 3 gasoline  hand1 lamps.' " Enquire' Review Office.  WZ%\~- ^Hf-aSs^A;  nilgliuail UBIUIIil! dfslviticS  SUNDAY, FEB. 12  SIRDAR '        ORESTON  10 and 10.30 a.m. 7.30 p.m.  CALF ASTRAY \  StrayecLfrom the Dow ranch on or  about February 1st. ope eight months'  old steer calf, all red.. Reward to party giying "information \as to whereabouts.   J. W. DOW, Cieston.  and Confectionery  Bread - Cakes : Pastry  *  Saturday Specials  Coffee Rings  Cream Bans  Chocolate Eclairs  ICECREAM  Tea      Coffee      Cocoa      Bovril  served in our Tea Room.  BERT NORRIS  Next Bevan's Garage  has broken away from the traditional  screen stories and has produced a  rip-roaring comedy which is entirely  different-full of action- dominated  * with love- rich with surprises thatpqck  a tremendous wailop -wholesome ���������  delightful - extraordinary amusement  FEB'Y. 11  REGULAR PRICES  , -W::'y^  i     m ,.'*.,  only the best of materials  together with jGareful and  efficient workmanship mean.  good repair work, then we%  do good repair work.  Should YOUll Car need Z  an overhaul, now is the  time to have it done.  GRESTON SERVICE GARAGE  LIDO ATE BROS.  PfjONEBt  ������ iitHf M*wW">e������ tnrtmie <(*���������*���������������������   #���������*������������������������>  ���������������-*������.m-w net >-*>,���������( eufctm.���������,,** ������'*^r#^<^������*ji^'^pirt^^  ������mZm~,-t  X'*'**-^.TA]**v,'  =Jff������=;a;


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