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Array *-*'  r,    .'    f/V-C*"  Cy?  Ztei  $2  fX  .6";^  ���������< a  tx.  Vol. 'XIV.  ie  CRESTON, B. C, FRIDAY,  APRIL 7. 1922  ������/s  Crest������:  School Report  Division I.���������G. P. Smith, Principal  Highest Standing: EntraoVg���������KdfLh  Davies. Charles Hohnes, Ralph Swanson.    FourtTi- Reader-:���������Helen   Moore,  Arthur Stark, Bert Quist.   - -. - :  Perfect Attendance���������Marguerite  Benney. Alfred Boffey, Edith Crawford, Ollie Christie James Cherrington" Edith Da vies.' Charles Holmes.  Marion Learmonth. Li������zie Lewis,  Herbert Manuel, Helen Moore. Ad*  aretta McDonald., Dean Peairs, rr-jQJaf  Pa^ne. Ivan "Staples,   Arthur " Stkrk,  ~0.xx.mm~ P^*B(f.   ������   0~.V-.SZ~i, 0_-S*~.*m-lt- . .  S-KtaVCt-,  D-������lvin Payne, JSvelyn Bevan,  Harold  Payne.  Division II.���������F. B. Pearce. Teacher;  Highest Standing: .Senior Third���������  Eileen Hendy, Ted Bush, Elmer Olsen*.  Junior Third���������William Bush, Elva  Taylor, Clarence Staples and Harold  Speers~equal. * -   '"  Perfect Attendance���������Lily Wilson,  Eileen Hendy* Ray Oatway. Douglas  Bird,, Charles Cotterill. James, Leamy,.  Ehner Olsen. Elva, Kelly, Alec Henderson. , William'Hush. -Ted Bush, JSditb  Couling, Lloyd Couling, Leslie Boffey,  Harry Smith, William Manuel, Lily  Lewis, Louise Nickel, Harold JSpeei'Sj  Elya Taylor. Harvey Gobbett.  Perfect Attendance���������Lynn Beaser,  Eric Bennett, Mary Bennett, Eileen  J?ostei\ Ronald Gibbs, Albert' Hendy,,  James Johnston, Marjorie Learmonth,"  .Frana Morrow, Arthur Speers. Hubert  West, Andrew Miller. Holland Miller,  Svdney Fisher, Shirley Olsen, Alien  Speers.  />���������        ��������� ���������      Y  Section foreman Tolfet-jco has improved so far that it has been possible  to let Nurse Maione return to Creston.  Just now his chief complaint* seems to  be from a touch *ef jaundice.  Division III.���������MissDavidson,Teafe������er.  Highest Standing: Junior Third���������  Marion McDonald, .Muriel Qatway,  Arthur Couling. Second Reader���������  Laura Holmes, "Dora Spratt, Margaret  Nicholson. - -    * Z        "-  Perfert Attendance���������JSva. Bolton,  Ena Christie, Arthur Cooling, Letty  Couling, ;<E-rank Crawfpp-dv. Lionel  flownes, Norman Finlaysdn^" Buphens  ia ^sber,I^^m^oli^^^Wl^^^  son^^ssaje, JLf������j*rmpi������tI������. ,-Adar<Lew|p;  Charlie* J&oore, MadelineJ^0bi-e,-Olive  Muirhe������^v-:V^1et-J^pirljeadt" JEtejjdell  Pa7ner3?or^Spv������^t^ll^nTfcL������^*50]i.  Ar&xissc -W^r^er. ^S������ii^re^?2ify|0Brer*  Arthur Croiuak, Mario?i McDonrtld.  Mr. Lawi-ie. wholsas bee*; n:gh't operator here for some weeks, has been  transferred to Wardner, and along  with Mrs. Lawrie left for tdat point  an Sunday. .    ,  Possibly the first of the. season's  ploughing in the whole Creston Valley  was started on the North ranch at the  end of the w eek.  Rev. H. Varley will be here on Sunday morning for his usual monthly  Church of England Sabbath service. _  Mr. ond Mm Frank Boraano and  Chas. Biafore -of Creston were weekend visitors here at theTolerico home.  R. Dennes returned to work at the  first of the week, after taking aboirt n  month's enforced vacation to get over  an attack of the flu,' All the flu sufferers are now around as usual with the  exception of Mrs. 'Sid McCabe, who  has just recently been laid up with a  touch of it.  Division IV.���������Mis*"E. Moore.-Teacher.  Highest  Standing���������Second Reader  ���������Herell Miller. JBtetty -4eSiioBrsT^iffary  Goodwin. First Reader���������Beth We|t,  Kobert Dunn, Hilda Payne. Second  Primer���������Top* .Carinady, Lillian Tre-  velyan, Frances Moore. .    .v ���������/{-  PerfectrAttendance���������Joyce Burkhart, Harold Benfriiger. Earl Christie,  Lyda Christie. Wil bert Doble, Robert  Dunn. Ha?e| Hopjvood, ? Beth - West*  Hirell Miller, Jean Fisher, Mary Good  win, Evelyn Linn. Kathleen Mawsonp  Meryyn Oatway, Betty Speeds, Aileen  Spratt, WeJlman Rollins.        -���������'.-'-  Division V,���������Miss Verreau, Teacher.  Highest Standing: First Primer" A  ���������Dorothy Dunn, FrankMorrow^ Ron  aid Gibbs. First Primer B���������Joan Hilton, Andrew Miller, Arthur Spoors.  Receiving Class���������-Lucille Bloor, Allen  Speers, Herbert Coining. Y.  RE-OPENING  Mrs.  O.   Hayden  announces  the re-opening of the Resr  tauiflnt known as Creston  Cafe,    on     SATURDAY,  APRIL 1st, in . the stand  opposite Speers store���������formerly Asher's photo shop.  Open  7 fum.  to 10.30 p.im.  preparodYoLe  Meals, Light Lunch  Afternoon Teat  Splendid cooking.   . Faultless  service.    lioason&hle dmrguB.  - *  A trial solicited.  The Social X5iub;had its fortnightly  meeting on Tuesday evening of last  9?eek in the Compton "packing shed.  Dancing was tbe ^outstanding feature  of the evening, wi^h excellent music  supplied by Messrs!, Frank-'Wesk Garfield and T. Tre^ejyan, and a much  appreciated duett Rendered* by Mr. and  Mrs. Bearer.,j In j appreciation of .his  services rendered as.violinist -the club  has' presented Mi-. Trevelyan,with si  purse of monev, which he is using in  the purchase of a -new instrument.  R. Alderson of, Hosmer has*' fust  shipped in. s. _-S&rjoad . ot" fertilizer..  which be^lH,. pni' on the aci-e of his  ranch which will lie- set out to strawberries this year. - -  iffrs- V--G-SSV 3������fe������ ASfesaad Mast-  ei^fierteli were Nelson visitors a few  days last week, returning ^on Sunday.  Frank West and Oliver -Payne left  on Tuesday for Taber, Alta.  A. Anderson' whs a visitor bere~bn  Thursday, en routed fco the coast.  Tony Anderson; who has been visiting his brother, T, M. Anderson, left-  on- Friday "for VSfictoria, with his  father. -'....-- -    -j -  A surprise party dropped in on Mr.  and Mrs. 12. Payne on Tuesday evening, ih ceTebration of Mrs, ^Payne's  birthday. Games, dancing, and songs  by J Johnson, and . S. Vaness Wpre  features of the evening. -Which _ was  a most enjoyable One throughout.  Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Cook of Creston  Wt������re week-end visitors with Mr. and  Mrs. Loasby. The latter spent some  of hisjspare tr~ftte  rustling, members of.  and g������<<her<fi3 rn a&&n& Jhalf& doaen ap"  plications.   - ^        "-"        P- . -.-    -  Tbe 1-LSt-of the stone f&x the soldiers*  nueniorial at Creston Is "being loaded  at the Wilssoii \o&TTy?XMis .week���������the  Q.'P.H.Zrir and Joacfinfj apparatus being supplied on Monday.  . ..Jack Cameron is the first autoist to  make the Kuskanook trip this eenson,  as well as trying the .Creston trip as  as far as Washout. If the road foreman would remove an accumulation  of. boulders along the road the travel?,  ling wouidbe in good shape.  Spring nas arrived at Kuskanook,  according to Mrs.. Jones who was here  for the ssvv'ing-eircie meeting; on Saturday afternoon. In the rtmch garden onions are up almost three inches,  and rsdishes are also showing well  above the ground. So promising have  been the climate conditions that almost half tbe garden area has been  planted. __  The Bewing circle had another very  largely attended meeting on Satunday  afternoon at the schoolhouse. with  Mrs. Loa������by as tea hostess. A pleasant diversion during the session were  the vocal numbers by Mrs, Wilson and  Mr. Dobie, and a piano solo by Miss  Margeory Goodman. The financial  Intake was above the standard, ������nd at  the session announcement whh made  or a donation of $5 from Mr. Murray  toward the Church of  Englnrid funds.  Por the first time in Sirdar's history  there hns been at least one case of eggs  eastbound per day, Messrs. Goodman  and North doing the exporting. From  all accounts the poultrvmon of the  town are raising large "flocks of ducks  and expect to flood the Valley market  this Ht'Mson.. ���������...,���������'.,.��������� * -'"���������!*$?.������������������, y'P-''  Jaa.YWannei.-ino came wjihtn hiiillng  distance almost .of the penilv gates  one day Insto'tv^elc. his efjc������t|>o fioni a  broken ner-k being miraculous when a  ������o]t. ho was Vililsmpblng t<) break In,  ran away.       ./>-':.-���������'  F, .Volana.of Klllorest is on the pny-  reiili.ali the. Pubcuwo lannhub present,  having charge of agricultiirul 0|>er-  ations. '        * -  Building operations are quite brisk  at present, MessrH. Cam and Whites' dijcfiiro both ompfoylng a number of  carpenters.  - Due to the -foil atilke Mr������. Chorho  Is expecting M������Bnra. Frank James and  Tony Pelle, her son-in-law, home during the tlute the miners are off work.  A. club meeting: of the' Social Club is  to be held in the Cpmptoxj packing  shed on Tuesday^ April Ilth, the pio-  I ceeds from which will be used to defray the 'expense- of 'cocoa, purchased  for tbe use, of A!i������e Siding school  .pupils thts^-^whste%- YA11 ceQBoeV* -^tod  Tiave a good time*      -    " -f"- ���������  an and Koltharumer- Were also responsible for a second dialogue number. The lost item on the programme  was the play, "Too much of a Good  Thing," in which the cast consisted of  Mrs. Hiekey, Miss Jessie Hiefcey. Mrs.  Guy Browell, Miss Kathleen Clayton,  Miss Sadie Wood, Miss Charlotte  Speaker and Messrs. Mawson, VanAckeran and Eolthammer. This was  very much enjoyed, creating many  situations which the . andience found,  extremely interesting and''laughable.  God Save tbe King closed this part of  the programme, the lunch and dance  following, and were equally success^  foi. John Wood officiated as chair-  ntan in his us������h1 genial sir.r.ner, attfi  Fred Broweii was in charge -of the  dance.    The proceeds totalled $25.  r,, A meeting of the settlers was held  in the schoolhouse at 8.30, Thursday  evening, with* T. Mrliier, chairman of  the Settlers' Committee in the chair.  Routine business was ...disposed,-of, apd  then came the election -of officers for  the ensuing year. Walter Wright  was chosen as new chairman, and  three other members -were elected���������  H. T. Milner, Chai les Loder and Jack  Conquest. The meeting was largely  attended.  An enjoyable party' was held at the  home of Mr. and-Mra.'Alfred R.'Webb  pn Thursday evening last."the event  being in honor of'Miss *Winnifred  Webb, just prior to ber return to ifel-  s^m. Dancing and cards, followed hy  supper and more dancing, were the  evening's features.  AsMVMM    ~n.SMmxjm  ~ vi' .  ,   Father, Hessette of Cranbrook   was  here the fore part of  the wqefc calling  on hi** pat-i8honers.. -... . ,._���������*" '  John ...IVood now finds that his  ranch has developed to the point  where it requires year-round attention, and he will -not be returning to  Birchbjink this season tb take charge  of the Deschamps sawmill-���������a position  he has had for the last four years.'  The semi-annual meeting of the  Water Users' Association will be held  nt 8 p;ni. Saturday, April 8th; in th^  schoolhouse.  Taken all round the Saturday night  meeting of the United Farmers was  quite the most satisfactory yet held.  The packing shed committee reported  a favorable interview with Cresbon  Fruit Growers* Unioiv officials, who  promised to carefully investigate fche  proposition of their electing a packing  shed for Union., shippers at, Canyon,  In yiew of th?s development the community hall proposition will stand in  abevance for the present, while Messrs.  Olnen. Samuelson, Wood and Kemp  were named a special committee to in-?  tervitny Engineer Ranisdy ns to coition high������yny improvements^ in this  suction. On,request of. the U.F. heud  office with a list of the assnssraents of  the mem bor A of this Ibcall." Before ������d-  jotunmenb wrts token ; H.: Young grtvo  a short tn]k on the possibilities of goat.  raising here.* ' ���������" 1--** ''':Z:\/-,'.;, ,"���������"'"". * !"'������������������'  m, '?''���������' '' ''*' '��������� *.* *, '    *������������������   ', r '   '  A most enjoyable concert and dariae  toVjk: place in Cimybn City sohoolhonBe  on Friday night In tho in teres ts of the  piano fund; Without a doubt Oinnyou  Clby Is" not dead, "and any suggestions  to this effect. Will be'stb'Uti'y^repiidiateil  by those whq, attended. The varied  pr6gra|rnm,o \viib ppeped by a pianoforte solo hy Mrs. foch in. .and her  numberewas followed by contributtons  by tpe following artistst Miss Minnie  Strong an<| H. Yonng In recil>a^on������;  'MehBta. Butemun und foiling, noios;  W. Mawson, violin hoIo; moiObors of  tho choral oocioty furnished itwo chor-  UBOH, ahd another was given" by. :(^bf>  miertilbftte of the senior fbn'rHii class}  "M^Y'liliey Bfowell aftd Mi;' 0iiy Brow-  eir;*^jr;ry-'hi--H*'*fVi'n ii d������ett; 'M|s;j&������. Gk'I!������  Spealcoi and Arvllla Cleave appeared  in She dialogue, ������������������The Talker," and  Mrs. HfoUoy,  and  Messrs. VumAckter-  - ���������- W. ,McLeod is a Nelson visitor this  weefcY    .        . Z* "**-   p"'    "  t   Xr.       x -&���������-** ^   "���������*���������   v-ik-*s--.^*k*'-   '4-"~.P~,  *pFrfed Knast,���������w^elia#:!bl^tii"locking  after-one of������C ������YiiXodgei-s' -Sarins near  Lister, hasgone to Boswell, where he  will engage in^horticMlturnl operations  this season. -   "v  Ready for 1922  The best attended session of those  interested in sports ever held in Creston was that of Monday night when the  the annual meeting of Creston Base  bail Glub was held in the board of  trade rooms, the chair being-occupied  by Av R. Swanson,.in tlie absence of  President French. *  YWhile the treasurer's statement  showed the club-to have closed the  8ea8on5yith'about a dollar to the good  some *?s|>esssi had been met from the  personal funds of the captain, manager  and treasurer, all three -of whom  agreed to donate the club the money  tbey had expended in order to gefthe  organisation oSto a freee-of-debt start  this year.        '. .-'_.'"_       .^ Y  Appreciation of the .. generosity of  .-Messrs; Telford, Staples and Hayes  .wias-^pjwn Sn ������ vote of thanks that  was heartiiy ajpproved. The officers  eiectaBjd^aHPes**.*.*J'*-Y-'*-.' p?P"'-: y.    ������  Hon/Preasident-Ti-Col. Lister, M.P.P.  Presid-Kiil^i!^. K. Swanson.  Viceipr^sI^Bt=-B. B. Me.Leod.  Se.cret������^*^--C.'-���������?Kr''���������HayesY,'  Treasurer���������A. H. Bleumenauer;  Manager���������K. B. Staples.   '  .-Umpire���������F. V.'Staples.  Executive���������W. B. Long, B. Taylor.  The membership fee was fixed at $2  for adultsi. and a charge of 60 ceats to  junior    mepabers.       If   possible   the  wheeled scraper will be got into action,  thteweeek pntting.  the   diamond   into  shape* and.a mating is announced for  Monday "night at which organization  of a school baseball  club will be conk-  pleted, and an eSort made to come to  an arrangement for   tbe  nse   of���������the  -grounds by, \l~& senior and junior aggregations^  i?:jBeforeadjo6������'nmentF'a^her Bessette^  i#vas pr6sea*fe^aie EtftfEOely ten  niinute address of������ ^bd^pbrtmanship  that was.well received.   Jjidgingr from  the />.ttefei*sa2ee- asdf^th^' ���������������������������utiSiM!������in  At the service held in the school  house on Sunday morning a baptisim-  al bervjee was conducted by Rev. 6������  Knox. YThe children-baptized weie.  the infant daughter;.ojf���������, Mr., and Mrs*  Ivor Christensen. and the infant sons  of Mr. and 'Mrs.' _B. Langston and Mr.  Mrs. Jolin Bird. Ih'the afternoon a  priyate seryice was held in the home  of Mr. and Mi's. Fred Thompson, when  their infant son was christened.  j manifest prospects for getting-a strong  team together this year are exception-  a-!!y.bt%hS, nnd. with a complete playing equipment and uniforms carried  oyei- from last year the club gets off to  a splendid start'.  '        _ ���������' :'        ��������� Z ;���������*��������� .*  E. L. Laugston has just  pointed resident agent for  Nurseries Company.  been   ap-  the  B.C.  A large and enthusiastic crowd  turned out on Faiday evening lost to  hear C. W. Trayes. provincial poultry  instructor, give an instructive and ed  ucational lecture on the work of bis  department. The address was most  timety, as it dealt with spring work  on the poultry and mixed farm, hand  ling of incubators, clucking hens,  brooders and other incubation devices. After the lecture the ineeting  was thrown open by* Fred Powers,  who ocoupied the chair for question,  ing the speaker.. Mr. Troves then  went on to explain the egg "circle and  Its work. He supplied tbe necessary  information for the local poultry men  to affiliate with the Nelson branch.  So enthusiastic was Mr. Trayes oyer  the possibilities "of this, district, for  poultry keeping that he is placing before Capt. Uow bury of the Land  Settlement Board a scheme for the  giving of of financial Assistance to  those who wfah to.tafcm up this wort of  work. The scheme has been deviwed  after a careful and comprehensive gur-  voy of the district and its marketing  possibilities, and would assist tho. men  to the extent of the necessary housing  andi equipment, und a foundation  stock of 100 good birds. A hearty  vote of thanks waa p,iasud Mr. Truvcs  for hin talk, the meeting adjourning  at 10.80.  Fob Satmc���������Democrat, strong, shafts  or pole, terms If necessary. Also a  treadle sewing machine tn good condition, cheap,   Geo, Davie. Canyon.  Foi* Bajcic���������Oak refrigerator, good  as now ule>o white unnmieled procEeion  cabinet, two whelv-ow, and galysnized  ice box.   Enquire Kevlew Office.  ��������� 'Zw^aihaei- y  > *!   ....-*'- -. *������������������ *..  **  *:��������� -- \-���������.-..     . -'������������������''-���������  '..*.'",''.  The Co-Operative Fruit Growers  held a meeting in the small school-  house on Saturday night, tbe chief  business of which was the ordering of  seeds, fertilizer, etc.  T. Dunsetb of Jaffray arrived with  bis car of household effects last Thursday. His wife and family aariving  the next day, and are now comfortably settled in their new home.  The United Farmers dance on Saturday night was well attended, and a  very lively time was enjoyed by all.  Messrs. GarL Carlson and M. Wigen  kept things moving in their usual  brisk fashion.    About $10 was netted  for the local.  ���������������.  Saturday. April 22nd,. is the date of  the big Athletic Club concert. Notices  will be out in a day or so, so keep  your eyes open for them. About two  anda half hours solid amusement at  popular prices.    Dance afterwards. ,  Geo. Huscroft. wl;o hns been working nt. Brickson all winter, arrived  hofne on Monday, and is preparing to  get busy pn his ranch he*e.  M. Wigen left on Tuesday on a few  d:iya" visit to point** along Kootenay  Xriike.  Enoch Williams, who has boon  working in the mines in the Pass since  last fall, arrived home on Sunday.  Messrs. Joy and Foxall have just  finished a contract job nf putting In a  tunnel in the Tya mine, nbo-ut two  miles west of here.  - With the frost coming out of the  ground bind clew ring operations uro  again in Pull swing. Hudd's Ande-  stud's, and several others are all very  busy shooting stumps, and it looks as  though there was going to be a good  yenr for development In Dork   O-wk.  Foit &-.LM���������3-burner coal oil stove;  Juat what vou want for summer cooking.    Enquire Review Oftice. SJd>  S^P       ~m       r~  Z?A& J&&dvv������it/ &&r*Su%s*^+  DON'T  LET THAT COUGH  CONTINUE! *  SPOHN'S DISTEMPER COMPOUND  "Wilt knock it in very short time. At the ifirst sign of a  cough or cold in your horse, give a few doses of "SPOHN'S."  It will act on the glaricls. eliminate the disease germ, aad.  prevent further d est: rue tion of body by disease. "SPOHN'S"  has been, the standard remedy for Uistempeiv- Inlhienza,  J*ink-E*y-e, Catarrhal Fever, -Coughs and Colds for a quarter  of a century. On sale at your drug store.  SPOHN MEDICAL. COMPANY,        - Goshen, Ind., U.S.������..  Tlie Settlers Canada ��������� AAr ants  Solid Foundation for Future  Government  'Xet us keep undirniried our love for  learning, for hard wofki for discipline  and order; and ;JOr friendly co-operation." Thus"spoke the -Prince of  Wales to theYcriaiyersity youth of India. To iindefstand the point of  view of the youth of India, to know  their aspirations, to let them have, insight into the ideals of the British  Empire is "good work on the Prince's  part. The Prmce 61 Wales hy adopting such a wise procedure and-.chos-  ing his language so aptly is laying a  solid foundation for future government.     "The youth  of  today  become  the manhood of  Gazette.    -  tomorrow.���������Montreal  The figures o������ the recent census reinforces the fairly well recognized-fact  that one of Canada's needs is a larger population. With an area larger than  that of the United States, with millions of the best agricultural lands in the  world, .and undeveloped natural resources of "wealth beyond all human computation, this Dominion has a population comparable to that of little European countries like Belgium. -  Reference has heen made to this outstanding Canadian problem on more  than one occasion in this column, and while it is not necessary to repeat facts  and 'figures, nor dwell at any great length on all the undoubted advantages  which a substantial increase in Canada's population would bring to every man,  woman and child now in the country, it may be well to continue urging the  necessity for the adoption of a far-seeing, businesslike and aggressive national  policy designed to meet Canada's needs in this respect.  Recently two important speeches were delivered in Eastern Canada on  this subject, and in both instances common sense views were expressed and  ^sound advice given. One such address was delivered by Sir Clifford Sifton  before the Toronto Board of Trade, and it must be admitted that if there is  any man in Canada qualified to speak on the subject of population, and the  relation of immigration thereto, it is Sir Clifford Sifton. He has had practical experience in handling the problem, and, while mistakes may have been  made under his administration, he certainly succeeded in obtaining results to  a greater degree that any other man before or since his regime as Minister  oi the Interior.  Sir Clifford showed he had little -sympathy with many of the pet theories  which find acceptance in some quarters these days. There is, in his opinion,  but one way to accomplish the desired results, and that is to go after stalwart agricultural settlers, bring them to Canada, and put them on the farms  where they can make good. He is absolutely and unalterably opposed to  bringing in immigrants by the million without reference to their ability to  "make good" on the land. Half a million agricultural settlers of the right  type are, in his opinion, worth ten-million of other classes. Settlers on the  land would establish homes here and would bring about a natural permanent  increase in population. Settlers of other classes if brought in would inevitably find their way to the  cities, and  create new and difficult problems, or  would drift to the-United States.-  '  The second address to which reference is made Was by Professor C. H.  Fay, of Toronto University, on the subject "Principles of a Sound Immigration Policy/' Like Sir Clifford Sifton he strongly urged a policy of going  after and getting settlers of the agricultural labor class. At the same time  he argued that good agricultural laborers could be obtained in the Old Country from a wider class than that of the farmers and farm laborers, if they  are given the necessary training. He held, therefore, that Canada's immigration policy should provide for the giving of such training, and in this connection instanced the success achieve'd in so many instances by soldier settlers  under the Soldier Settlement Board. He advocated the extension of this  policy for the direction of land settlement as a whole.  Professor Fay summed up modern conditions of successful settlement as  requiring:  1, Land  with  reasonable marketing facilities.  2. The right kind of land for the settler and the right kind of crops for the  land.  S. SutFiciem capital; some settlers might be able to provide the whole for  th-rmselvfs, but assistance in the shape of loans would probably be required  in most cases.  The firs* essential to holding good settlers on the land was the right  polk-y ot Jand .settlements. The second was the reconstruction of rural life  around various "forms of -co-operative enterprise. Co-operation means, he  said, bet;er business, beues- farming, and a better country life.  DiscoferedTrue Remedy  FoCSysteniatic Catarrh  .'.-��������� ���������    ''';: *'���������'������������������ -������������������ ..*  A bad case of -Catarrh is not an  easy thing to treat, and a remedy that  makes good, deserve great credit. Catarrhozone certainly fixed up Chas. H.  Webb, who writes from Woodstock:  "For a number of years, I was troubled with Systematic Catarrh. Nothing helped nie very much. I used  Catarrhozone Inhaler and got relief.  77> huild nn my system. I used Ferro-  zone. This combination can't be  beaten. They made me well." icour  case may also be bad, but Catarrhozone will do for you what it did for  Mr. Webb. Two months treatment  $1.00, small size 50c. All dealers or  the Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.  Invitation Accepted  Father (over the railing).���������Say,  Helen, is that yoting" man going to  stay alt night?  Helen (after slight pause).���������He  says he will, dad, if there's plenty  of room.      Where'll I put him?  The population of Greater Winnipeg  is������plajeed at 55gS,S52,' ah increase of  1,634'over 1921, according to the 1922  -city' directory. '   . '    -  Provision is macle in the Dominion estimates for an-exhibition train  of Canadian products to tour- France  on the same basis a.s the French exhibition train toured Canada last fall.  ���������Growers of the Niagara Peninsula  from . Hamilton -. to the Falls, and  rural residents .and other sections of  the district, will fight any attempt, to  introduce da,ylight saving -this year..  Excl usion of Oriental immigration  from Canada is sought in a motion,  notice of vldiich. Oias been given in the  House, by W.S;iMcQuarrie, Conservative, JNJew Westminster.  Federal prohibition agents dumped  35*0,000 gallons of whiskey, wine and  beer into the -Chicago River, while  several thousand persons gathered  along the bank to watch the performance. .'.*���������'..,  Chancellor Wirth told tiie German  Reichstag that the '.'demand of the Allied reparations���������'. commission for an  additional tax. levy of 60,000,0.00,000  marks transmitted to the German  Government was absolutely impossible. ���������:."���������  The Canadian Government has received - 6,314,500 from, the" British  Government toward the cpst of the  ���������Canadian army of occupation, but no  further, reparation payments have  been received, Hon. A. B. Copp* secretary of state, informed the Commons.  SPRING WEATHER  HARD ON BABY  The Canadian spring weather���������one  day mild and bright; the next raw  and blustery is . extremely . hard on  the baby. Conditions are-such that  the mother cannot take the little one  out for ..the fresh air so much to be  desired. He is confined to the house  which is so often over-heated" and i  badly ventilated.      <He   catches .'cold*; ]"  To Asthma Sufferers^ Dr. J. D.  Kellogg's Asthma Remedy comes like  a helping, hand to a sinking swimmer.  It gives new life and hope���������something  he has come to believe impossible. Its  benefit is too evident to be questioned  ���������it is its own best argument���������its own  best advertisement. If you suffer  from asthma get this time-tried remedy and find help like thousands of  others.  England's Crops Smaller  Cultivated  Acres   Less  LSnd   731,000  Than  in  1918   A reduction of 781,000 acres' in the  his little stomach and bowels become) cultivated land inYErigland and Wales  JOSEPH  DRAKE  "When I say that 1 weigh twenty-  five pounds more than I did a short  time ago* it speaks volumes for the  merit of Tanlac," said Jos. B Drake,  430 Belmont Ave, Springfield, Mass.  "The first thing Tanlac did for me  was to give me an appetite and tone  up my stomach. It wasn't long before I was eating things I hadn't dared touch for years and anyone to see  the hearty way I eat now would find  it hard to believe that a few weeks  ago I was dyspeptic and living on the  lightest kind of diet.  "Another good thing Tanlac did for  me was to drive the rheumatism almost ^entirely out of my system. In  fact, I can truthfully say it has made  nie feel like a new man in every way.  It certainly is a grand medicine."  Tanlac is sold by all good druggists.  disordered and the mother soon has a  sick baby to look after. To prevent  this an occasional dose of Baby's Own  Tablets should be given. They regulate the stomach and bowels, thus preventing or banishing colds, simple  fevers, colic or any other of the many I  minor ailments of childhood. The  Tablets are sold by medicine "dealers  or by mail at 25 cents a box from  The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.-  The*    01  tie em  u:> nhzir  lishivnz t neniHe!  I h i r. exi-fi n r ry .  Id   policy  01   bringing settlers   into  the  country and  then  leaving  ior themselves will not do.      They must bc assisted in estab-  've.**** -..r-ii taught as to  tbe methods which make for success in  Farthernvi-or**. hand in band with, or rather in advance of, the  .���������k-mn-^.'we t-olh-y to obtain this type of settlers, there must  br-Y-iCiion by o.ih F-HY-ral Government to ensure to the people, now on tlie  land str.n ro -hone- v.-110 \Pi\\ ee-oiue. adequate markets and marketing facilities to  th������ ,--xKi ..hfir. the nv-tihf-. 01 tln-ii' labor may yield a reasonable profit over costs  ���������r.f iin'jdur*iY<n an<3 n--- a reward for the labor given and the capital invested.  Ss������2*e.ii*U'>7i    Hi  a:  Less Drinking in  British  Isles  The  United  Kingdom Alliance, the  foremost  temperance   organization  in  the country, declares that there was a  decline of l-l .1-2 per cent, in th.e expenditure on alcoholic liquors in 1921,  compared with the expenditure thereon in 1J>20.  is shown by Ministry of Agriculture's  statistics for 1921. The reduction is  figured from the totsij of 12,399,0"00  acres in 1918 when the "area was  greatly increased owing to the food  production  campaign.  The total acreage sown to wheat in  1921- was 3,976,000 acres, or 101,000  over 1920.  His Flesh Horribly Burnt  Druggist sold him a cheap Acid  corn remedy, instead of giving him  good old reliable Putnam's Corn Extractor which has-been for fifty years  the Standard remover of corns and  warts. . "Putnam's" never falls, it is  always a success. 25c everywhere.  Refuse a substitute.  3>������R.  nw***fl Mi>*355L fin *������^wJL   Hiu,r HP  Lsver Ciiiiscs  JU 111 W^. tfljft TjllB e^B, ffl.B jBfir^  It's fooliah to fuffer from constipation,  sick headache,  bttiousntMsm,  disxin-eaa.  indigestion, and Jan.-        JtK^.  dred ailments ^ifflp^,,,  when   Carl*!.*&. \~-~bs ������������Wwif~aw3G  tlt-tSo    ILlv-er  tfMm wttl -end  *aJ3  misery ia  m\ few hours.  Purely   ve-ge-  tabt-e.   Act  gently on Mv-sr and bowels.  ���������UrneM Pm���������hmmU Ctoac���������Small Jrtrte*  the "line Name  m    *M W ��������� trjaxmi.m  jjkwonArowtf^s      v^Mix-cr������  J**"' -- ""^      ���������������->n Seruma. Vaetlrni-.  ttnit t*fftfgreaM<rn0 n\v,if\t%, YAnW Wi he E.itv.r^  Criry ibkt Ki*nvv������ tririvr," "I -urni y-tiiK yr.in eel c<������ri-  ac{i*intM'i*i* (���������rtrKn/rtr in **in/*?in* **r.*n-* 'frr some-ehi���������**,���������*/,  Tiie Gutter Laboratory  JUrkeimy       {U.S. Lkrw.)        CiJlfornl*  W~    X.     1.1.    1II<1  Portraits of Saints  Discovered in Rome  Expert  Were  IITTnLJE  I \Jt "JE tF~.  IPIL    "  Believes  the   Painting  Made from Life  Wlml are believed to be contemporary portraits of SL. Peter and St. Paul  havo beer-n discovered In a hypogeum,  or underground structure of the Roman epoch. The belief in. thoJr au-  th-*>m.|rll.y Is fihnrnd hy the* well-lennwn  archaeologist, .Prof, Lanltani.  The liypogeum wuh found In the  course r������f eunnvhI.Iotih for a building  of a hu-pri- Kitm-tn*. II comprlHoa a  number of rooms and gallerh'S, a  ���������frypi, find a    ChrlBtlan    Church    -wltl*t  "re*-H*-ef������������>*K    tif  Jir'tl ci'j'r *,.*  "Wef" IT!     pajnt^rl  riirir-.-fdloun  a\u\c Thf  por*. niltK  a   v������>ry   ������-sirlj'  bf'l!������> vrn    \\\\-,  from  \\fv-.  Usk   Minard'o   Liniment for the   Fltj  It Jh a fi������*rlrHiH  nftWi-mf-- fo rhh-  r.^cli- nfiy'-j.h*.ri.   nf.uv !!������������  v.\t,y o|  ;*!l;i.ntlru*ph������.  CUti'-  Minard'a   Llrviin-ant  Flu  prevent*   Spanish  HAVE YOU A FAMILY?  Thi*   ia   of   Importance   to   You  Niagara Falls, Out.���������"Three yeare  ago my son, Gerald, had a severe attack of yellow  jaundice. I tried  "three doctors but  they only gavo relief for short periods. As I had  tried Dr. Pierce's  Anuric Tablets ou  . any oth-er sou, I  5nfc decided to glvo  ^T? lilm Dr. Pierce'a  '/iff Golden Medical  r Discovery and  after usliiK four or flvo bottlea  ho was entirely well. I shall always'say a good word for all ot Dr.  Pierce's remedies. Today our medi;  cine cabinet contains a bottle of each.  ot these -famous vernc-df-aH."���������Mra.  Catherine Dempaey, 32 BrLdgo St.  Dr. Pierce's Golden, Medical Discovery is tvoo from alcohol and iu-  jurlouo drugs. You can bo c-ertatn.  you will find it a true blood-maker,  tissue-builder, and restoVatlvo n-orv<������  4,-ojui! and thai, ib "wU\ prodtuc*^ ~.~\  evil aftereffects,  DO YOU NEED HELP?  Windsor. ������nt.���������"Dr.PIorco'sQoldorii  Mocilcal Discovery and his "Pleasant  Pellotn' am wonderful modhadnos fov  home us������. I used to ������utf������r with  woak lunflrw. nm nth <������������������������������������ ring: sp-olln nnd  Hb-k-liflftdiH'.lifiH, hut h1mc#> taliltiK the  abovo-jiumtlonod medlciii^n ttxoue*  conditions havo loft mo."  "Ono of my daughter* took th������  'Furorlto Proacrlptlon* ������o a. touLo  dm I uk oxpectancy and she pralM������������  that modlcln-o very hlialily^ too."  Wm. BJllou Hardtng, 11 Tflrlo.SU W.  Your nolKhhorhoad druKKiat se-llis  oil Dr, Floreo'a Family Modlcln-ea,  tnbl-utu or liquid. Wrlto Dr. Plerco���������  Pr**. ItivnlMV Hnt-*el, Tftn-tflfnlo, N. Y.,���������  for fre������ conildnntlal advice. Branch  BAhoratory lu BrldEwburr- QuL  Germany's War Losses  Approximately One in Seven Kilted in  Battler Statistician Finds  Forty-six men wero killed and 100  were wounded ou tho G-ei-man side  during every hour the world wav wan  raging, according: to an estimate arrived at by General von Allrock, a*  statistician. This estimate waH made  from a study of ofllclal records.  Germany's losses totalled, in dead  1,808,046 and in wounded 4,24G,77!>.  Men to the number of 13,000,000 were  under urmR during live course of the  war, of whom about one in sovcm was  killed In battle.  The ofllcars'' corys lost, 53,000 men  killed and 9(5,000 wounded, German  ���������soldier and. civilian losses through  death, caused 'directly or Indirectly  by the war, ar-e cs-timated by General  von AH/rock, at 12,000,000.  Brake Rods and Connecting Parts  A monthly inspection should be  made of the brake rods and connect-  in.-? parts of your car. .. Clean off all  the accumulated dirt and rust, so that  they will act as freely and efficiently  as possible. Apply a half-and-half  solution of kerosene and lubricating  oil, and the brakes will work easier  and better.  wm |2 *gjj ������J)    i" il II -Iff!  THE OTHER SIDE  Interesting   Letter   From  Woman in South Africa  It has Many Qualities.���������The man  who posHosses a bottle of Dr. Thomas'  Eclectrie Oil is armed against many  ilia.     It will relievo a cough, break a  ���������cold, prevent .sore throat; it will reduce tho swelling from a sprain, relieve the most persistent sores and  will speedily heal cuts and contusions.  Sit is a medicine cheat in itself.  Very DoBlrable  Mr, Softlolgh.���������-So you are looking  for a Btiuuro moan  Tramp.���������No, sir, a round one.  Mr.  SoftlcJgk���������What kind is that?  Tramp.���������Owe that hftsn'l: auy end to  tt.  Minaret'*    Lio I ment  Golds  f-o-r   Coughu and  Johannesburg,    South    Africa.���������"I '  took Lydia.' E, Pinkham's Vegetable  Compound for weakness and because  I felt run down. I tried a lot" of  medicines boforo I tried yours. One  da.y I was standing on my stoop when  a boj' came urv to me and handed ano  one of your little books. I read the  hook and the next day tusr husband  ���������went to the chemist's and bouglrTTO���������������  a. bottle of Lydia 33. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I havo takon tho  medicine ever since and I feci quite  -strong: and welt now as I am on tlio  sixth bottle. I have written to ray  sister and told her nill about the  wonders it has done for mo, and T  am quite willing for you to use my  name as I can not thank you enough  far what it has clono for mo."���������Mas.  W. F, num., 128 6th Avo..^Mayfn:lr,  FordcRbiirE, Johannesburg, South  Africa.  It :1s this sort of praise ot Xiyiiia  E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,  given by letter or verbally, ono  woman 1,0 another, that ought to commend, this splendid medicine to you.  X*yd!a H. Pinkham's Vcgotablo Compound! Is a medicine for wotnon'a ailments (In use-nearly ilfty years),  and the fact that Ifc has helped thousands of other women, should eauao  ���������vou I:m Rlvft It a trial now. It can be*  uafoly taken by Any woman*-yotma  #c old.  .fiUikfaakeiUialdAl Ja  . J>������Aii*>iU*uH(UitW**,* i_,  *^*Moil^*UM.iLSLUrauW������**oJ*laa������ifiW  B8SBSBS  ssaa  ���������m fa***  spttsb gygsssg^ ^~~B~~tS3~X~K. ~*x &I  Amendment To Dominion  ������ns Act Af lectin    ^ t*J* ^ L ���������  The Franchise Of  Ottawa.���������The  ber's motion  ol" the  session was  carried   without   division   in   the" House  and will  entail an amendment to the  Dominion Elections Act. affecting the  first    pi ivate    mem-   was    directed    against    women    from  Germany and Austria, although Hon.  Hugh Guthrie, former solicitor-general', who piloted the act through the  House, admitted that the reasons for  franchise- of women. The enfran-j the clause which existed two or three  chiscment to the ������ordig:i-born- woman,'  naturalized by marriage to a Canadian, was particular!j' at issue.- Under, a subsection of' tlie act as it  stands, such a woman unless born on  the continen t of* isrorth Am erica must  obtain a certl/lca te ' from  a*'judge be  yt-<pre.;She3; isxeentitled tp vote.   ,.-��������� . ";v- , -*  cY^w|%| \Euler-���������������������������CL.ifberarf; North "Waterloo) , led the. discussion.. Y As he has  done  hi\ previous  sessions,   Mr. 33uler  ivsoug;ht;^anr;vesp.ress������o������-"*>otV:opinion's*-6.,om-  the':'. House that the sub-section  should    be   struck from .the act.   ��������� He  ^claimediY^hat������rit'*---* had-*-:- disfranchised  thousands'. It .���������'���������placed', the woman  born-in France or J3e>gium ia a. position inferior to thai A>f the Mexican*  or American;' educated or uneducated,'  bl ack e. or w hite. Tlio - s ub-s ectioh, ;;3t  was    emphasized    by    Conservatives,  years ago were not so strong today.  Miss Agnes MacPhail entered the  discussion. ~She held that women  wanted equal rights under the franchise. Her remarks, to the amusement of the House, occasioned a reply from ex-Mayor T---L. Church, ol'  Toronto, who,. informed; Miss MacPhail that she did not' represent '"'all  the women in this country."    ���������  Premier King indicated his approval -��������� *of the-- 'resolution and announced that if it received also the  approval of the House, the Govera-  -rriettt; would give - effect to it by an  amendment to the" Dominion Elections ., Act.;.* -  After- nearly ; three;: hours' discussion, >theip Hoys'e-'-YgaVe its approval.  The -nextj'tep *wiU::he. th.e submission  of the Government amending bill.  G������225!A Allied Supreme Council  Expected To Meet Again  in Th& Hear Future  Wn Os������ For Over 3d Years  Always bears  the  Signature of  jtsgIt  WESTERN   EDITORS  Nervous Bi  COULDN'T SLELP NIGHTS  To those on the verge' of a'nervous  breakdown the following symptoms  present. themselves; ; nervous headaches, a feeling of depression,'fitful,  disturbed, -restless and unrefreshing  sleep, often ���������- troubled- with frightful  dreams, avoidance of crowded places,  dread of being alone, horror of society,  etc.  Y.  "When the.nerves become affected in  this way tlie heart generally becomes  affected too, and on the first signs1 of  any weakness-of the heart or nerves,  flagging energy or physical breakdown  do. not wait until your case becomes.  hopeless, but get a remedy that will  at once quieten the" nerves, strengthen  the heart? ^ndvbuild' up' the entire system."       'v:>L?r-?:yyy -?.-.-? y rr? r    ...j.J\?-'    -..  ��������� /This you will find  in  -zZ.MZ Y MILBURrS H % :  HEftRT AND NERVEPILLS  Mrs. Y M. UDamgandi * Young's, Cove:  Road;-i N.B., ������������������'writes: ���������-"I was ��������� bothered  very "much with my heart and her-ves;  _hdd nervous headaches and dizziness,  could not sleep at ..nights, ahd rny appetite was all gone. . Iwas on a nervous breakdown when a neighbor told  me to try Miiburn's Heart and JSTerve  Pills: This I dia. and before I had  theYsecond box used I was better and  would advise anyone who has nerve  trouble to take them."  Price, 50c a box at a fl .dealers,' or  mailed direct on receipt of price by  The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto,  Ont.  Basilica of St.; Asihe  Destroyed by Fire  Short Circuit iti Electric Wiring- Said  to be Cause ���������  Quebec���������As a -result of the"fire  which broke out at Ste. Anne de  Beau pre only the gaunt ruins of'the  majestic cathedral which marked the  , site of .the far-famed ,. shrine, where  pilgrims have worshipped for more  than three centuries, are left standing. While the monastery and tlie  college are also a mnss of desolate  debris. ,The monetary loss Involved  is  estimated  at, $3,200,000,   while  the  . insurance carried will probably reach  the-sum of $1300.000,  Although no definite plans have* yet  been announced by the Redemptorist  leathers, li. was stated ihat as soon ns  possible work Vill be started to tq_<  build the ven crab hi pile and it was  said that it would be constructed on  a, larger and evoti more imposing  scale than the building which has  lust boon destroyed. The cause of  ,the lire if*, attributed to n rhovt cir*  ouii", in the electric wiring-,  searcfe Work to  Counteract Grasshoppers  Lobking for;"> Diminution of this'  Menace in the West ?  Ottawa.���������A diminution of the  grasshopper menace in _the western  provinces during the coming crop season is looked for by the Domiriion Department of Agriculture,, according to  answers given to a question* in the  House by-O. R. G-ould CAssiniboia).  Hon. W. R. Motherwell stated' that  in.Manitoba from evidence    at    hand  it was 'anticipated .that   grasshoppers  would be less in evidence    than,   they  wece during 1921.      In Saskatchewan.  ta further outbreak was expected, "but:  | the   chief  outbreak  apparently would  be, in. Alberta inL which province there  was a-lieavy egg.'deposition in 1921,  which,   it   was expected, would result  inYan   important "infestation   *of: hoppers*1' in-* 19.2.2, particularly' in fhe sections  immediately north of the main  line   of  the. Canadian  Northern ^Railway. ��������� '   Y.  '���������   It was the intention of the Government to continue research work with  a view  to  finding means to "counteract the dahiage caused by*'-the" gi'ass-  hoppers,,wheat stem saw fly, rust and  cut worm. ���������              .  Ptirther experiments with chlorine  gas as an insect destroyer would not  he ���������''*.;' made, as '���������'��������� previous experiments  -with this gas indicated that the remedy was too expensive,. Mr. Motherwell added.  H.    G.    Sheldrake,    Editor ' of    The  Optimist, North Battleford," Sask.  las Tried Thens and  Pails.���������The Allied Supreme Council  is likely to meet again in the near  future, it is believed here, as a result  of the German chancellor's refusal of  conditions attached by the reparations  commission to the moratorium granted Germany on her reparations payments.  The Chancellor's reply w:iil come  before the reparations commission  first,- but that body, lacking the power  to take any coercive - measures, will  again.refer'the question to the Allies.  Top many complications are involved, it is believed? to permit of  an agreement on a plan of action  being reached through tbe Allied  .diplojnatic representatives, and it is'  thought in the- best informed Allied  circles that  Premier Poincare,  there  fore., will probably be obliged to consent to a meeting: of the supreme  council. An exchange of views will  take place preparatory to this meeting, which, may precede the general  Genoa conference.  The French semi-official opinion  is that Chancellor "Wirth has been  obliged to switch his position as did  Dr. Simons before him, in order to  maintain his majority, and that be  has become thoroughly committed tb  resistance to the Allies.  Joffr-e   Plants  Tre������   in   Victoria  Victoria;. B.C.���������In memory of Canadian soldiers who ..died in France,  Marshal Joffre, commander of the  French army in the early ^ears of ths  *0*r*-i- . rt-rirl   -~-lnr\  ia   vIoi'-Mtvo. Sv������.v.~*     v-tir.Trt-tci.rl  ,..���������.-. ,, ...,U      t.-0���������.xr    ~xi      v 0xj0���������.i.x0.^     00.xr.-tr,     jf .uu .CU  a young,maple tree beside the Memorial YAyenue on Shelbourne Street.  Canada at Rome  JOSEPH       SIAUD        RECOMMENDS  . ���������-*.   THE   DODD'S   REMEDIES  ���������   Duck    _ Lake,      Sask.��������� CSpecial) .���������  Joseph  S'iaud,  a. well-known  resident  here is a firm'believer in the Dodd's  Remedies.   Y  "I believe ; I have the right to be,"  Mr. Siaud says. "For I have given them a thorough trial."  "I   have .used   4-T boxes   of   Dodd's,  Kidney Pills and 46 boxes of Dodd's  Dyspepsia YJTablets    and    they    have  done me a lot of good.      I don't feel'  anyt sore from my; kidneys now even,  when the weather changes.  "To anyone suffering: from Kidney  disease or Dyspepsia I recommend  the Dodd's Remedies. -Give them a  trial before-trying any other.  Dodd's Dyspepsia--Tablets give good  digestion. Dodd's Kidney Pills make  pure bio6d.j ivvich good digestion and  pure blood good' health is assured.  Ask your neighbors about the  Dodd's Remedies.  W. A. Wilson, of Regina, Will Attend  Meeting of World Agriculturists  Regina,  Sask.���������W. A.  WHsoni: general manager of the Saskatchewan. Cooperative   Creameries,   has   been   ap-  fift-siMil 'TSiorw  df-tos-   Pointed one of two delegates* to fepre-  rouoa mem ^oociiseat Canada at the forthcomiI1g G(m.  ference of world agriculturists. to  be  held in Rome, Italy.  The appointment of ������the two? delegates is made by the Dominion .Government, and Mr.' Wilson has just  received advice of his appointment.  He will leave here about April 15  en route to the ^sunny south, to take  .part in this most important conference.    -  One of the -most - important questions Hke3y to be discussed at this  session of the conference will be ttie  advisability or organizing 'a wheat  pool'  which   will   be able to exercise  some" kindYof control    on   the    prices  of the world markets.  ���������Mr.    Wilson   was    formerly    dairy  commisisoner fbr the Government of  Saskatchewan. ���������  LOAN'S BELIEVES  NEuilAlGIC ACHE  "T70R forty years Sloan's Lmiment  Hi has i>eei! **!ssi ouickest srelief for1  neuralgia, sciatica and rheumatism, tired muscles, lame backs, sprains  and strainse aches and pains.        '-.-.-   r  Keep Sloan's handy and apply freely,  V&hbiO. rttbMtrg, at the firet twinge.  It eases and brings comfort surely  sand readily. _You*ll find it clean and  non-skin-staining.  Sloan's Liniment Ss pain's enemy.  Ask your neighbor.  At aU druggist8���������35c, 70c, $1.40;  Made*, in Canada..,  Littiniefii  Saskatcltewan  Teachers, Convention  A  ^3ii^^  Mxmmt  A;  W������M������  Lift Off with Fingers  J!  II  The boots worn hy the Life Guards  or thf! T1HHfib.army cost 5G0 a pnlr.  MOTHER  Doesn't hurt a bltl Drop a little  "Fa-cczano" oa an aching c,ox*n, instantly that corn stops hurting, then shortly you* lirt it Tight .off vrlth Oncers.  Truly!  Your druggist sells a tluy bottle ot  "Freezono*' for a few cents, sufficient  to remove''every hard eorn, soft corn,  or corn between the toes nnd this c������l������  Iuhcs, without soreness or Irritation.  SYRUP  (��������� e-tcereUentt Ior Jndia^slSon  baraeuo tl ���������������������������In* Ham-tch  ������n<l llvmr its i)n thtlr work  ������>Murr������lly and irfliieiently.  With Una oircnn* tn pet I ret  working eoeifedfi**���������India-onion  la ImpoMllbl*.    Try It toJ������>r  r^i% iiLiffiiitierciTtffi&i:  WQH Bff^lJltJlw.������9 I ItJrf  IM(o������l,i*rSei!*l*������ei'iiS'*������*ru������>'HBi<>!d    n  in tS0������. ami ������I.O0 boltlee*.    |  mattiiaaiitamaauiiitemaitimamaammtimtiamm-taam  L<eBt .Rad'ium L*oc*������ted  Toroato.���������-It is stated that $20,000  worth of radium which disappeared  from Hamilton, Ont., city hospital several months uro, has Bieeen located In  Syracuse, N.Y. Tho radium had been  inserted in the side of a cancer  patient, ancl was said to have boon  stolen from there while tho man was  in a comatose conditions due to effects  of thc treatment.  Good       Programme       Arranged       for  Sessions at Saskatoon This  Year  ���������Regina.���������The committee in charge  of the Provincial Teachers' Convention to be held" in Saskatoon, April 183  19 and 20 reports the programme for  this "year's convention will eclipse  even the best of previous years.  The executive has, been fortunate  in securing as one of their speakers,  Professor Zimmern, recognized as one  of the leading educationists and one  of the outstanding scholars of Great  Britain. '  Professor Zimmern will speak on  the following topics:-"Education and  Life," "Politics and Life," "Education  in Britain."  Other speakers outside tho Saskatchewan'teaching profession who will  address the convention are Chief Justice Haul tain who will speak on "Educational Reminiscences of the NortHi-  west"; T>v. Crummy, of Red . Deer,  Alta., on "Education in Canada"; Dr.  Cai'rothers, of the University of Saskatchewan, on "The Wage Question."  Special railway rates will be available Rood going ^prll I3th to 30th.  To avail themselves of these rates  passengers will purohase first-class  tickets to Saskatoon and oblatn at the  same timo a standard certificate  which must be presented at time ol  registration.  Further in formation, about the convention can bo-secured by writing; to  the Secretory, R. Weir. Regina  Normal.  It pays to patronize liome industry.  Buy frosn tho merchants tn your own  town. ���������  w.  N.  v.- l-m  IVlTWttlNF NMMmmI Mornlno*  //^���������?<&s ������y������*. I*tbeyTire,ltcb,  tor. dls&MtiJP* Smttit'dr Burn, tf Sore*  'fM&ta km. m/Clk ���������*���������**4~msMmtp iii*ieee������������iiie������k_ue   4j-  bOIIR O ito Granulatcd.use Murine  often. B^ftCfccs, *!lclrftfi!sefi. Sa.Ce for Infant  or Adult- At all Dniggiataand OpticJano.  Write forfrM-EswBooE. ~W~* t������ Wmh t*, Okm  A  A  ~js^  C17  "ImPBlfeiB^jB  Xtf^-mmmmm^^y  ^J^"Litj4���������\40������mtiiitiimt  niXfa*i^r'^|^(|||*^'^i^iKff  ~-m~~  Mi  SSBSSHWI THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance.  $:j.0p to U.S. poipts.  Y-O. Fi, HAps. Editor and Owner,  CRESTON,'B.C.. FRIDAY, APK     1  Relative to the paragraph in last  week's issue tlaat Penticton growers  VV'lgO   lia"!   ptr������r������������arl*   fii������o������������Jioeo  ������nii(*,T>anfD  v���������  .-���������     ..aixm    Cr.f-xi .-rx-,     *m.   -  xr   jl -w.w.      ^1x0. . ^. ..-xr xlx.  wi<h the O.U.G. to   the  number of  <���������  -   -.  .���������������������������'������������������*���������  6-5 per cent, had had the same returned to them pending an investi  nation of tlie O.U.G., the Review is  informed the facts are that for  business reasons the contracts were  held open   awaiting-   the   result   of,bathing  unintentional but none the1  less eloquent argument in fa war of  a Government liquor store at Kaslo is furnished in a news paragraph  in last week* Koetenaian that  pomis outjthat kt|������ootenay Lake is  lower now than!" has ever been  known to be 't������y white men." Ae  no men tion was made of a low lake  level duririg the late fall the inference is that during the winrer Kaslo residents have depleted the waters to a greater extent than has  eves* been noted since the* inssno!***'  of the white race runneth not to  contrary. And iff the water habit  caught on so /tremendously during  the exceeding cold win tec the town  has just experienced" what is going  to happen when the natives resume  and   quench   the   majty  I  ICTTCOC Tfl  THE OlITAD  SiSt. tUBBUH  J  Pa&lic Health Nurse Affaire  the O.U.C*. annual meeting. This  meeting was a great success and  officials of the O.U.G. are meeting  the Penticton growers this week.  is tnere anv  Meat in the  House?  This is the first question that presents itself  to the housewife it- an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a meal. But why  worry?  shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest   Quality  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  Bologna, dkc~  are   always   to   be   ha<4  here.    In meats nothing  quite* equals- -'Sh^uoTock  products...... ^.e, "...i&,.t->-",P  parched tongues in the usually hot  si 1 in inera    Both in  the iiiterests of  nivigation   as   well   as internal ir  ri^ation the liquor store seems quite  an absolute.necessity at Kaslo.  P  *rr  P  %zWlz  mam    ������wi  ine education   department   has  recently announced   quite a drastic  , : ��������� *��������� V *(-'*' t Xm-"^-    ;'"       rS*~-r'   ���������    "  change mY the^g^neral conduct of  the midsumnjer Entrance examinations. The outstanding feature of  the new regulations is that in fut  ure scholars wilt have to make 60  per cent, of the totai marks obtain  able in order to secure promotion  Hitherto 50 per cent, was all  ihat was required: However, from  now oa there will be less papers to  write upon, and on the subjects  that have been dropped principals  will have to certify that pupils  have- shown fche necessary proficien  cy. Inspectors on their visits will  W vejBpec'ial attention to testing out  'prospective candidates' on the., un-  written.: subjects.       Written   tests  :���������      IP ' ' u-        t   VJ , Cyt^smZy- -.,.o.<- .  are t<)he ma<Jeton arithmetic, grammar and composition, sf>elling, die  t&tion, writing -geography and  drawing. The minister of educa  tion greatly approves of the change  asserting that these subjects do not  tend themselves to the ''cramming**  process. In Vancouver, particularly, there is considerable outcry at  the new order of things, principals  claiming that on an average not  more "than   30   per   cent,    of   the  *.     ,-���������!      T****"   ,*" ���������*'��������� I -       **       "*'       *  pupils will"he successful.  Editor Review:  Sib,���������The attention of tKe executive  of the local Red Cross Branch has  been drawn to letter in yemr last issue  on the subject of Red Cross Public  Health nurses. There is one paragraph in* that letter that1 needs a little  explanation. This refers to the local  branch being.."expected to provide  comfortable quarters and adequate  transportation facilities*' for the nurse.  ��������� . JLast year the transportation charges  were paid by the Red Cross Soeiety  headquarters and, naturally, we had  concluded that it would do the same  this'year. Nut having been told anything to the contrary, but when ..the  "nurse had beep, with us a few weeks  we received from headquarters a copy  Of the new regulations in which it was  stated that the local branch was expected to bear-tsa asportation charges.  Had the committee been advised of  these 'ai terert condi tion s before asking  for another nurse to be sent here at  the end Of last year, they would probably have not sent in their application  fot- one, knowing that in such a wide  district it would be too heavy a charge  on the local branch.  ��������� The committee did their best to ov-  ercome'this difficulty but it was found  impossible when ihey realized that  the nurse considered it her duty to visit ail the schools between Kingsgate  and Boswell.  Th* local Red Cross branch comprises about 200 members whose annual,  membership subscription expires, in  most cases, this next June. But the  $200 thus collected last June was all  forwarded to Red Cross headquarters  at Vancouver, none of it being kept in  the Valley.  At the end of last year the district  was canvassed for funds for the community's share <?f the nurse's Salary  for six months ($150). a nd a little more  than the required amount was collected, but this small surplus is quite inadequate for any but this small surplus is quite inadequate for any but  the small current expenses.*  As regards living quarters the new  regulations previously referred to read  '"the local branch shall arrange for  comfortable living conditions" which  is not the same as "provide for," and  is not intended to imply a charge on  the local branch.  J* .C. HAMILTON  y - Red Crass Secretary.  Goodyear and Dunlop  Irss and Tubs  sizes from 30 x 3J to 34 x 4J at rock bottom prices*  Expect Tires and Tubes to take a jump  in price in May; better buy now.  We carry genuine Ford parts and are surely  delivering the service.  There  ia no such appointment by the Ford Moi&r  Company ss teAuthorised F&rd ������gr&ig@."  still I have in my district appointed several Ford Service  Stations where vou can obtain Ford Part������.  We have a quantity of this  grain for sale.  It   is   one   of   the   surest  crops   for   use   in   dry  or  hilly ground;   two crops in  the season.  Also  for  growing in orchards  and ploughing under  as a fertilizer.  Price:    $3.00 per 100 lbs.  Jas. Kerrigan & Go,  Cranbrook  MILK  Rich lo Buttelfat, and from  Tuberculin-tested Cows  7 Quarts oi' 14 Pinto for $1.00.  CREAM FOR SALE  Half-Pint Pint Quart  20c 35o. b'Oc.  LAND SETTLEMENT BOARD  Tendee for Horses, Tractors, Camp  Epipnieni r  MOUNTAIN VIEW RANCH  WALTER  V. JACKSON  __ ���������<��������� Amm tarn tma mttM4Mt  Am MiraboiU  MSiwikm. jiifdT Vimrnmmw  Repairing  Men's   Half Sole*, $1.25  Womc n 'h Half Soles, $ 1.00  Guaranteed for 0 months.  Secondhand Store in connection  with basmcjmt.  A social fixture that should have  the fullest   possible   patronage   of  residents of the Valley is the Agricultural   .Association     whist   and  dance du   Easter Monday evening,  April 17thY   N'ot quite  four years  ago the directors acquired the five-  acre town  park   and ��������� immediately  erected a commodious main   building on it.      While the fair grounds  were purchased   at   a   remarkably  fine price and on satisfactory terms,  those who can recall building prices  of 1919 will   at   once   realize   tlie  spacious structure   that   has   been  erected  was   quite  a coably affair.  That the   fair officials have   so far  been able to take care  of the usual  exhibition   running   expenses   and  pay off   all   indebtedness   on   the  building   with     fche   exception    of  about $250 will convince  that the  exhibition management   has   been  all that could be desi*ed.      The anxiety at this time  to get  out from  in under the debt on the building x.  due to the fact  that this year  thc  association   starts   to   make   payments on    the   principal   sum    involved in tlie purchase op  the live-  acre fair gromid  property���������up  till  tho present only   the interest payment wns required under thelorms  of the grounds   purchase,       Kid of  the debt cm the building fche director* will hav* trouble enough fiimn-  ijesing tho Pair for tho next five year*������.  In view of   tha gum*rally admitted  | all round valuo   -of the fall   fair to  [ the Valley thome   Wn charge oP  thc  [exhibition anticipate   n very   largo  turnout on tho 17th��������� and certainly  fchft causB and fche line of entertain-  merit that   will   bo ilinpeiiflud fully  JMntifW-rt tho confidence manifested.  Sealed Tenders addressed "Tenders  for Put-chase of[Equipment" for the  undermentioned articles will be received by the undersigned up to and  including 12 o'clock noon on the 18th  day of April, 1922:  4   Cleveland    Tractors   (1    Cletrac)  1    Tractor disc.  1 Cockshutt All-steel breaking plow.  1 Massey-Harris wood beam breaking plow.   . ��������� ''"  1 Wisconsin wood beam breaking  plow.  45 Double-deck bunks with top slabs.  60   Mattresses f os* same.  1 French range.  6   horses   with   harness   (2   teams)  aj?e 8 to 10 years, weight 1400 to 1550,,  lbs.  The above are 6n view at the Board's  Gamp, Camp Lister, Creston, B C.  2 Ford 1-ton trucks, newly overhauled, can be seen at liidftate's Garage,  Creston, B.C.  The highest or any  tender not necessarily accepted.  Terms���������Cash.  Land Settlement Board.  506 Superior  Street,  Victoria, B.C.  Victoria, B.C..  March 25th. 1822.  [Corrected Notice.  WATER NOT/GE  USE AND STO/J4QE  mmmmfHmmmmttmaim  Take notice that Canyon Oity Lumber Company, Limited, whose address  is Creston, B.C. will ������pply for a  license to take nnd use of Ten (10). acre  feet, and t������r> store Ten (10) acre feet of  water out Of North Branch of Floyd  Creek, which flows south and drains  into. Goat Ki vcr about ono mile from  dam. The stornRC dam will be located  at the Company's mill on Lots 200 and  210 of Lot 812. The capacity of the  reservoir is about Throe (8) acre feet,  and it will flood about threo-quartor  acres af land. Tho water will bo  dam mod in the Btronm at tho Company's mill, and will be used for mill  pond, steam nnd domestic purposes  upon tlie mills3te, described . as Lots  200 nnd 210, D.L. 812. G. 1, K.D. Map  number. This notice was posted on  the ground on the 14th day of March,  1022. A copy of this notice and an  application mm-Huant thereto and to  the Water Act. 1914, xvSSl bc filed In  the oWlce of tlie Water Recorder nt  Nelson, H.O, Objection to tho application may b������ filed with tho said  Water Recorder or with tho Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament  Bi-lldlnK*., Victoria, jEO.. within thirty  dny������ after the ilirHfc appearance of this  notice in a local nowspapor,  CANYON CITY LUMBER  COMPANY LTD., Applicant.  lly CM AS,. 0MliOJL*<T*iiJkb, Agent.  The dat������e of tBiio tlret publication of  thin notice |������ March 10, 1022.  f  Greston Auto  &> Supply  R. S. BEVAN, Prop.  roiii mm  ill  guild  include 8������an?s & Woman's from Murray's  Men's SEoes, bla-ck calf, military heel.  Goodyear welt.. :.  $7.50  Brown   Calf,  combination last, Goodyear welt ....:....  9.00  Dark Brown Calf Oxfords.....  * 7^00  Women's High Kid Bals  7.75  Women's Black Kid Oxfords  5.50  Women's Brown Calf Oxfords   7.00  MtiMLME'S FIKE SHOES include  Z: BaJb^$J.51aik Hid, button^p^r.^....^,^.,^..jl^J*^?--  Children'^ Patent, strap;^..Zz.Z.yZ;........y..Z..z. 1.75  Children?s9 in the new 2-Strap Patent  Slippers, sizes 4 to 7J...      2.40  Sizes 8 to 10J ;..;..      2.75  Misses^ ii to 2.;....:: ���������..:...... :...���������..    sM '  Women's Patent 3-bar strap.....          4.25  Women's Brown Calf, high   7.50  Misses' Brown Calf Bals  SlOO  Women's Black Kid Oxfords ���������  5.5$  Women's Duchess Oalf, 2-strap  6.00  The above are till New Goods for Spring, at lowest  possible prices for good Shoes  .  Creston Mercantil  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables  Sleighs and Cutters.      Team Sleighs  Single and Double Harness and Supplies  Several  Sets   of Second-Hand  Harness  Coal and Wood For Sale.  Phone &G  a MgGREATH  Sirdar Ave. Groston  ������twiw^^  Just reminding you in a quiet way that we qan  supply all your needs in the Job Printing line, and  that we are in a position to quote you prices on  Counter Check Books, which books would be  panted    in    a   western   printing   establishment.  ���������  eWMeWeMWMN^  liiwp(ifiiwPii^*wip^  Vi  I X.  Pi iiih'ks. just the Xhii.giL.-~t-- pal?   of  smoked nl������Vsea.   Beattie-Oatway. Ltd.  Wi i  P&CSA.L  V-������ ���������  TIMBER LICENSES  The attention of Timber  License holders who ^are  taking advantage of the  provisions of the 1921  Amendment, to the FOlfc-  EST ACT, Whereby arrears  of license fees accrjfled prior  to 31st December, 1920.  have been funded and made;  payable in annual instalments, is specially directed  to the fact that any renewal  fee which became due in  1921 is not included in the  instalments" above mentioned, and such 1921 and all  subsequent renewal fees  must be paid within one  year after the date of the  expiry of the license in  order to maintain ,the right  of the holder to obtain a  renewal of the license.  Chautauqua Due  Middle of June  Creston  Cha utaaqua . will   be   held  this year on June 15.   16, 17^   l#,i520. 21,  and includes ������������n exceptionally   well ar-  rar*g*ed program, anrl will include sil^h  noted   speakers   and   entertainers-Pas'-  U. Rtithyen  MacDonalrl,   bass<V audi  his company of four of Canada's fore*-,  inost singers;  Chief Strorigheart, who  will speak pn   "Piom   Peace   Pips   to  "War Trail and    Back   Again;"   Davis*,  t^eanagfoion-j   Alexander   Thompson;1  chief    organizer    for     David     Lloyd  George  in   the* coalition government;  The Adunac  Male-Qimitette;   Morris  G. "Hinders, a Husslan  who will sp.eafc  on    * 'The   U u ssian   Peasan t   and   the  Revolution;"   Dinny Upton,   recreational director in the army  who speaks  on  ���������������������������The   Font Square  Builder;" Herbert Leon   Cope,    humorist,' Fenwick  Newell, lyric   tenor   with   the   Eilorr_  Willoujchly Orchestra; Emory Pamela  the* One Mnn Band, in   a most-original  and uV-iqne program, as well as several  other enter1ain������n-s  of national repute.  A feature of the Chautauqua will be  tht*   London   success   "'Mrs. Temple's  Telegram,9* a play running  for a yeaV  in London and later appearing in   the  Garden Theatre, New Yoik.  -The program wil] be  the richest ey������r offered  by Chautauqua in   Creston,- and   our,  citizens will be  given an   opportunity  of hearing the hest  talent obtainable  in Canada and England by   the Chau  Ui uqua people.  Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 2095  Meets THIRD THURSDAY of  each month nt Mercantile  Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  ,,      ERIC OLSON; 3SfcM..  Land - Art Z.mmimmh  Minimum   price   of   arst-class   ian<r  reaucedto *5 an acre; second-class to.--  52.50 an acre, ... -/,.  Pre-emption   acm   confined   to   aur  veyed lands only.  ��������� ���������'?flcor^? wIU be granted covering oitly ���������������������������  land -suitable for agricultural purpoaet  and which Is non-timber land.   -   "^ ���������  Partnership pre-emptions abolished.   -  with; joint residence, but each making '  necessary Improvements ors' respective  claims. *,-.*>'  ���������4,-yr"      r   -���������-m-'--'  f*J������r?~���������"2PtorS ****i8i occuiiy claims foi  SI-^,1 ;^5F%^'U' i?iake improvements to  ;  'SS Zr3?r*t&.t>eIteMrei Including clear-  Hifr.S?^. cul.tIJatE^ ������* at least 6 acres  be-������?������e re*t*totoS Crowrr Grant.   -  imJ2Htr- Pre-������������������Ptor In occupation not  ���������SSfLtha? 8'years,.And has made pro--  ^I*1?^-***** Improvements. he may, be-  ���������������������?������.Sf. ^"health, or other cause, be  Kranted Intermediate certiflcate of Im  provement And transfer his claim.  .������J;������fOJ*'ds    Fitf?out   Permanent   resl-  ^������?e^wy^!>e 1������Bri' Provided appli-  ������oaI������  mak������s improvements to extenf of  yiarS>���������^iiJl?in#������nd rfcor*B aa"������e each  ������!r ������' *.2"ure to I*P������k������ improvements  pr record same will operate as for-  l^th-J^11* ������*"���������������<* be obtained in  ������ -si'ewS1 J* y*3-���������1* an<3 Improvements :*.  ������L���������*iiUi00-pJer acre, .Including- 5 acres  ofWLlffl. cultlv������ted. apd residence  or J*x 'east 3 years are reou^ed '���������*-'  -Pre-emptor holding Crown *xrant  may record another pre-emption lf he  E5������1:rea j������nd* ln conjunct^$Ith. htt  ~~\~*? v.JL\Ztutovy Improvements made  Granted\taE5S? ma,nto|n������������������ ������" Crown  olHflsurveye4.Br'ense not exceeding 2-  de&ittai ���������J?b.tftlnod **ter *������ifl"ln������ reel  ���������Ji!?4 ana. 'mpMveraent conditional  For arasinnr and Industrial purposes  8~f2~~- J?xceeS,n������   ������*i*   iteres   may   be  e ������5m bI ������*no Pe-raon or company.  nlwhmL i^?iory i*r ������������idustrIaT altes on  timber land   not   exceeding    40  acres  WTJrt.������S*r>.irc5aBed5 ������������-*iditronB mXac  Payment of stumpaare.  hiT.EVt!?il hay i������ea<lows   Innccesslblc  ^.^i^'V ronidB  ma-y he purchased  ^"^IS"^^0? wnatnictlori"St k road  to them.   Rebate of one-half of cost of  K& rsotmssse<M,InB half of w������������������s  PRE-EMPTOR������' ^FREE QRAIMTd  4^1 ACT.  The onojpe of this Act la enlarged to  nolude eM persons jolnlmt an-Pso-raw  Ingr wlthRb MaJes^y'S iForc^a.    Thi  ror title under tha Act la extended  from for one year from tho death of  such   poraon,   oa-formearly.   until -ii~ll  tVS.ct.Vtr?    prIvilGK<s ,B n,BO ������������d������ ^S-  No fooo r-ulatlnir to* pre-emntIona'lnr..  5������������  ��������������������� payable %y soldlera on    pro'  emptlons recorded after"juna ifr ftiiR  ���������������1U2v5,on toI Return of monoyy ac-  ���������t, 1014, on account-of paymenta loea  .intoironr. on ncrrcomonto to m-ire-iineii,  ^wnor city loia hold Tiy mombera of  direct or Indirect, romltted from in-  lintmont to March. 31, liao.  SUB.PUnOHASBRB  OF  CHOWN  j'roviaion made for feauance of  Crown prrnnta to aub-nurcboaora ot  Crown Lnnda. acauErlns rlvhta fMm  purohaaorB wKo failed "to eomSKK  SnmJJSf6i*llnvo!S;iV������ forfeiture. onPful?  iiireui ana taxea. where Hub-miMhnH.  er������ do- not claim whole of orifffmii ^  ���������ssafbWfc, p~y&*"������" ���������-> ������i"  atHAxma. ������  rtrmilna Act. 3 010, for ayotematlc  development of llventock IndtMtrvnro-  vlden for 41Ta������8lnBr dtatrlDto andYronuo  &W������J!���������*ln* n������rmltB laS"ffiS  oa ntmhern r."4iE*ei.t. uwiurky for ewiao-  fori.i Aguoetatlona for rangre mnniVw?  ment. Jra������, or :partH������kliy fFee, per 111 to  Kr4en hSSSi cummrm ������r ������*v*ller*   u"  Local and Personal  A pnblicmeeting of aU interested is  called'for Thursday ni^ht. April 13th  at 8 o'clock, in Speers' Hall, to decide  *whether'*to apply for another Ked  Cross Public Health nurse to replace  Airs,. Lrtea'sYwho r-etui-ued to the csiast  on Thursday last; f.    .  J. D. Moof-e of Kaslo. road superintendent, was here the latter part of  the wefek looking over the new bridge  dperatit������fi,s. JWeman Johnson reports  that, even-.**tt this date it is necessnry  t')hi������������w holesr-thrbugh a&lmo-st two feet  bf froeit in order to get ������ start, at pile  &ny..h&.yp'?y'-y'-':.,-0-Z .  ing^���������"Will. the  War?  ���������who  RNiN-a���������Will j the party  brotfe i4iC^?6hie hf ������^ie ort the Bain bridge  J nkn^h,: aipd;.Yc&r-^ds ���������l off two douole  \i?i n<dows k indly - r^tjirn j these to the  hou^e Yrorn WihichYth-fiy were stolen^  and pay-for this notiecie ($1), they will  save. ���������thtunselves serious tremble. ���������Jas.  Davis, Ores ton-.*... '_���������-.. ��������� P. .* % ������ '  Auctioneer Kose was most persuasive at the sale of household effects'' of  N. Schade on Friday last, which was_  largely attended/and exiteptionally  .high prices obtained ion n^ost ev-ery-  thiihg exposed for sale. ., Although  credit was available tliie Bale was ninety per cent, spot cash.  "At, the liasebfUK club,, riiw-tin-g* on  Monday night . A. K. Swanson was  selected as president fpt; 1922|. and all  ai-rflLngements completed for the comin R season for the seniors and intermediates. On Monday j night a meeting will beheld to organize the junior  baseball club and arrange the seasoifs.  operatiojns. .      ;  The band and assisting talent haye  been bfisy most every nip;ht this weelt  with rehearsals of the different  num-  M. WINCH  tflJite of His Majesty's Workshops,  !*   Loadon, England -  Carpenter and Cabinet Maker  FMITURE, DOORS, U., made and sold  UPHOLSTERING a Specialty  WORKSHOP: Park Road, GRESTON  P.O. Box 85  b-ers thi-ub* "will he presented at the  band'sVariety.concert in the Grand  io-night. A splendid array of .popular  nhhi bers has TBef-^h arranged and at.50  cents adiiiissipti'"the affair should.draw  a packed hoiiseY'   "'--y -- -.���������'      '��������� '���������  Elverything points to Easter Mon-  day riigSaVs whist a'tod^'Si^eBfe feeing the  ^nest������ti-terta;ihiuenjt:,;bf !.l^e ao*.rt..eyer  put <>n. i iri'Oreston. ���������',.* Gards.: will.- etart  r-      *.-.i*L.'f.        "... - -".*.-, ���������-.    .'   .    ������������������-*..���������'��������� *i  i*-  prompt at.8.-30 and ���������will.'&ffd'in ample  time to liaive shpper over'anrf'Hancihg  itnder;way. shortly sifter^.11.-, Th*e, j������ffair  js for fall f.*ir]|senefit a  charge is/75' c^eptts^*':^. .:;'Y**Y-;: ;"���������-���������"���������.��������� \ .,  ^ ^*r|:u.nB<enien4e wece completed lkst  week -whereby the Staples Pi-jut-���������C!o.,  Ltd.; tatee chairge -of. the whole oj the  ]Speers'store ;bu)ilding, and in this issue  will be feound jnotice of the new-scale  of charg-esfoE the rent of the hall.  Part of (the--iyes^- half* of the building  is being fixed (iip as a permanent oiSc<e  for Hortieuiturist Twigg.   ,  -Mr. jiind Mrs. N-.."Schade and family,  along with ftfr.;an& Mrs. <Jlark Moore,  left on Sunday' for Rostherr*^ -Sask.,  where thev t*ill resume prairie farm-'  ing 6pen,atiqns.Y' Mr..Schade purchased  part of the old Griffin ranch about two  -years*argo, "'se!!i:Rg it'.ttsrelve months later to Mr. Kleisb. He was a splendid  ty pe of rancher; citi zen and, his d.������ * piiirt-  urejFiKmj the Valley is regretted.  ....     j.- ��������� .*-. -*.?.    ��������� ..\   . ..  . .About ten.delegates frpni,the Liberal lAssoaiations mt Kaslo and- other  north end poirifcs'; will be here to-day  for' a reorganization meeting of the  Kaslo Biding Liberal. Association^ and  for the discussion- of. other maLters  affecting the p&rty.throughout the entire rid i ng. The. visitors will-be entertained ait dinner at the Oreston Hotel  a-nd, wiOl attetid- the hand c������ncei-fe'in:  the eve-bei.ng.-: ��������� *   _  : ;. '���������   : ".. ..  Orgaianzsj^rin;- "was completed hkst  week of the Creston. Catholic  Club in  connection wftfi-'Holy   Cross   Church  ' :*    . * * ti    *!-��������� *  work'.. The president is Mrs. J.-!E.  Hayden." with.-; Mrs. D." S. Tiuurions,  yice president,* and Miss Ai Doyle, is  secretarytreHsurei". The functions of  the club will be mostly social and .after  Easter the intention is to giye a series  of card.[parties^;-������ti which prizes-will bo  given,"cunclu-4'ing wllh/a final evening'  at which speeSsl- prizes will be given to  the fout- making tta-e best showing in  points on" th&'/^evrie*s.���������-""'  Six   well-k^owni residents . of Laird.  iSask ^ r^B-e tj^isjuteek" added Lo thepop=  ulation "<of Cifeston   in the arriyal on  Monday- of Mr." atid Mrs. Lantz������   who  for the: p������-esejfii:b ;are'v*^cupyihg  one of  P. Hi J Jtetcksoh's-ho uses;'. Mr. and Mrs.,  A. Kleast, w.hpare stopping vVith the it  son,* Ki Kleist on   the ;*GriflBn   ranch;  an d JM r. and "rl-ps?.1' Jo ho Bf rg. and' sob >  who are -occupy ing th e Nickel (pomp-  ton)   residence;'on "Victo'riji*.Avenues-  Mr, and Mrs. Eferg being Mrs. Nickel's  parent's, - Between   them   .they   have  ttt'o carloads of effects, including quite  a. flock off purebred poultryv  R.W. Bro. A. L: Walker of Fernie. D.D.G..M. paid , Creston Masonic  Lodge aaa bfiS'cial ,yisii> on .'Wednesday  night, and was'greeted- with a banner  tiirnoub ;: of " ttnemb-sfs. - andr- visiting  brethren, W.M. Bro. H. Young and  hi.s offlceTjss. yery creditably conferred  the firsts degree on a couple of candidates, aciid was warmly complimented  by the"district clteputy on the efficiency  displayed. After lodge closed an informal banquet followed at, which the  spread (if good things to eat.iind the  oratiry was of an exceptionally high  order,. *The district deputy waa ac-  companiitfd by Dr. Go roan of Pernie,  wi������o was British Columbia,. Masonic  Grand Muster in 1018.  .1  " ���������#.   "  .-���������-   it--.,     n  SUI.FECUB AND LIME NOW ON HAND.  PiaQG vour orders now to get the advantage of of present prices. Future supplies  will, cost us considerably more than our  present selling price, therefore order how.  :ii* **  Hl���������!  uresiofl oti iirowBFS union, u  Safe ^Mff^CoiiYeiiieiil  . -   When EemI i ling- Money.  There is frequent necessity In business and personal  aSfatre iiarresnittir.gxsossey by ir.aiL Thesafestand  easiest mediums ior this purpose are Back Drafts  and Mosey Orders, Z;?'-.yy--  You -can secure these at any branch x>f the Imperial  Bank ���������. drafts for the larger amounts, and Bank  Money Orders up to fifty dollars. ������i������ ~  I  ERiAL   BAJM  c.' y^ALf^sr,.,  OF CAXiAXt.*-.  CRESTON BRANCH,  Manager.  j-  * *-r     ��������� ��������� f' --��������� "Z~m     -���������  1"^ you wish to tray cr esE VieUny  A-; Xoan or other bos&^ we would re*  xnlod you that we Save si i^epsia^xaeSmt  especially organized  to handle such,  te^asac^pas,  . VM. r-    , ... -Csdl   at  oui; nearest .braocbu      Our  '; ^ ; y!y;."'.'.'    MaaLageer wijtl he pleased to raidertake  /''v1'     ':KX:-      this biisittess for y^u*_. est  *"V^- ****'*i * *���������*!������"*' 0?-r-������z:''xi--0~h.-P<'.'~ '���������if*J-ii'.v-{ 5"        ���������     -,' *''''  '*���������*������������������ ;j .. . .. ..  Wutei-in Knotonny Lake is repot'ted  to be sthfc������ lnwesb., at the present time?  that any white ihas ever known.  Kaslo hns not yet* been able to secure  a resident phvalclan ��������� to . replace ' Dr.  Read, wh.o wua dr������������wnecl about a  irionth ������ib<). ' t>r- Major of Proctor is  loo kin gr Hii ter. bhp town's medical needa  In the interim,.;';^ ���������  RESERVEFttfsip -Y     - $15,000,000  GR^STb^ B^NCBT; C. G. Bennett, Hana-ffer.  Imperinl  Lump Gait Gpal  ^way^ in stock.  TRANSFER    and    DRAYING  Stan. M. Watson  Office:     Opp. Methodist Church. Phone 5G  /  The Mechanical Excellence  of Your Gar  depends upon the care it gets.  Let us ovcrhnwl at,.and put iii.in aUiiapo for*  ���������   the spring season.  Authorised Ford Service,    A full llino of Accessories,  Tyres,, Sparo Parts, cfec.      .  We are equipped to do Pipe Cutting and Th reading, and  carry a well-assorted stock of Pipe Fittings, etc.  JL-lDGATtz BROS.  PHOtVl-r Bf  -.H B1 ��������� "i ���������   --M Q  BB   I      /%  H^^ eS-^ H '' H--fl B f^^,'*wlZ  B'I^^J-tt��������� ts  Jl B. 'mi ^y ^h-/    jl H^,, m~0-.       J.   H .fl fl i ^1 fl^k. fl. 1 ^| \J~~  OF BUILDING NOW  IHilli>������ia>4lBii������ipiiiaHiinBiMMIeSHIHn^^  IS THE TIME!  No doubt you will pay more money  -j for lumber next year.  WE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF LUMBER  All kinds of Motddin^m and Finish  Shingles and Brick  Ask us to quote you price.  ���������*���������#���������  Canyo; Ciiy Lumimr Csmpaii;  LtMDTED EHE REVIEW* CBESTON.-B. O.  FOLLOW THIS ADVICE  TO RETAIN GOOD HEALTH   ������������5*������ ^k/^Mfif  property for them at the price-theey  had offered.      So, from a purely -selfish point of view, you see -where my  interests  lay.      But there are other  reason's for this fine tale -which you  have just Tieard.      To spare the feelings of some present, I intended to  say-nothing of them; but if I=must tell  what I know, why, I must tell what I  know.      This man    Travers    v/as    s,  farm hand -working-for Harris on his  farm back in Manitoba.      Harris is���������  or   was���������-well-to-do,   and   Travers   accordingly mustered up an attachment  for  his   daughter..     This   the  young  lady, it-seems, was foolish enough to  return.      They "  I  Most important of all is proper attention to the bowels. Avoid constipation���������its the health-killer of today. Harsh griping medicine is ruinous���������beware of it. Best results follow a remedy like Dr. Hamilton's  Pills which relieve costiveness  promptly and tone the bowels so that  constipation becomes a thing of the  past. No distress or inconvenience  attends the use of Dr. Hamilton's  Pills, which are famous for their mildness and efficiency. For headache,  biliousness, indigestion and liver complaint, Dr. Hamilton's Pills are just  what you need. Thousands maintain  their health by regulating frequently  with Dr. Hamilton's Pills, 25c all_dealers or The Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.  1  *  Tlie  o nie s t e aae rs  i  BY  ROBERT J. C. STEAD  Published By Special Arrang  me nt With the Author.  ���������H=  "That'll  do,  Gardiner," interrupted  Travers,    in    a  'quiet, vibrant voipe.  "You are getting away from the sub-.  ject."      Y ���������_.-..    L -.Tu  "On the contrary, I'm getting close  to the subject���������a little too close for  your comfort, it seems."  "I am not investigating any family  closets," said the coroner. "You will  have to show the connection between  these matters and the inquiry we are  making."  "I "will do that in a moment, sir,"  Gardiner returned. . "But I cannot  show the connection ��������� until I have  shown the .events that are connected.  Travers had trouble with Harris and  had a fight with Allan. Then he and  the young-lady-ran away. They have  both been in this part of the country  for some time. Y But Travers* plan to  inherit the Harris, property was tipset  (Continued)  CANADIAN MADE  m ~k\ 1 y^  n  J W      PURE FOOD  INSURES GOOD HEALTH  MAG IC BAKING POWDER  INSURES PURE FOOD  S^NNSpeg       TOROlSfTO. CANADA^    moi^toea-i.  He reached with his linger and  thumb in his vest poeket and drew  out a .small folded paper. This he  unfolded very slowly and deliberately  before the eyes of the onlookers.  "I heard him say something about! "was as keen for the property as ever  on account of the girl-quarrelling with   "ZtZZ^T ������y��������� -Uii lue ������f."'WKe/H- .   **  tvrtm.^mrvr,.-,   o������;* ������������������ Zt^rw.-. cnJyPr. <-��������� J contained  a small  quantity of  white  powder.      .Before    any    hand    could  reach him  he   had   thrown   his  head  her parents, and his ardour seems to  have  cooled off noticeably.      But lie  Mr. Harris losing all his money that  night, in the old shanty Up the river  road. ���������'Strange things have happened up there, Riles/ he said. That  made ine suspicious, and I hurried  back? to the ranch, determined to follow them. I found that my revolver  had been taken. I armed myself as  best I could, and set out. When I  came hear the building which Gardiner had mentioned I dismounted  and approached it carefully. It was  very dark. Suddenly I was attacked  irom behind. A sack was thrown  over my head, and I was overpowered  and bound. I don't know how long I  was kept in that condition, but when  at last the sack was removed I was  in the presence of Sergeant Grey."  With the progress of Travers' narrative   all   eye& had -turned to  Gardiner, .but,  whatever Ms   inward   emotions,  he outwardly showed no  signs  of discomfiture:      "This seems to be  a day of -strange tales," he-said to the  coroner, "and the last we have heard  is stranger than the first.      Of course,  it is  quite  absurd' on the face  of it.  The  suggestion that I    would    be    a  party to robbing Mr. Harris of twenty  thousand dollars, and so baik a transaction  in  which  I   stood   to  make  a  profit of more than twice that amount,  is   too   ridiculous   for   discussion.       I  didn't say so before, because it didn't  seem to bear on the case, but I have  at home a telegram which I received  a  few days ago  from the New York  Investors, offering me a personal com-  Riles was a weakling in the hands of  a man like Travers, and no doubt he  betrayed the fact that Harris was taking his money with him into the hills.  Then the two of them framed up the  plan which "has resulted in the death  of one and the arrest o������ the other!"  During these exchanges the sysn--  pathies of the jurors seemed to veer  from side to sid*���������. The theories propounded were so contradictory that  opinions wavered with each sentence  of evidence. But a new bolt was-  ready- for the shooting.  "Mr. Coroner," said Beulah, rising  and, pointing at Gardiner, "will you  make that man take his gauntlets  ofE?"  There seemed an instant recession  of the blood from Gardiner's face.  But it was for the instant only. "My  hat is off," he said, with a smile. 'Ts  not that sufficient?"  "Make him take them off!" Beulah  insisted.  _ "There is no rule against wearing  gauntlets in a coroner's court," said  the coroner. "I'do not see the point  of your objection."  him    take    them off," said  "Make  TX 1*-*U  back and swallowed it.  "Too     late!"Y he    cried,    as Grey  snatched the empty paper from his  fingers. "Too late! Well, I guess  I beat you all out, eh? And, as I  said before, what are you going to do  j about it? Twenty years, eh, Jim?  You'll be seawuy and rheumatic by  that time, and the beautiful Beulah  will be fat and figureless. Twenty  years for you, Jim-, but twenty minutes for me���������and I wouldn't trade  with you, damn you! ' I beg the pardon of the ladies present. One  should never forget to be a gentleman, even when1���������when -*"  But Gardiner's breath was beginning t.o come fast, and he raised his  hands to his throat. A choking spell  seized him, and he would have fallen  had not the policeman and the coroner held him' on his feet. "Let me  lie down," he said, when he got his  breath. "Let me lie down, can't you?  Have I got to die on end, like a murderer?"  They led him .to the adjoining room,  where   fee   fell upon   the   bed. '    The  I muscles of his" great arms  and neck  were working in contortions, and his  The number of women students attending German universities has increased    nearly    four-fold..during the  past decade. .,      .��������� ���������������������������-���������'  Dyed Faded Sweater,  Skirt, Draperies  In Diamond Dyes  Every "Diamond Dyes" pae;ka*ge -tells  how to dye or tint any worn, faeied ffar-  ment or* drapery a net,, rich eolor that  ���������will not streak, spot, facie or run. Perfect home dyeing- is guaranteed vcJth  Diamond Dyes even if you have never  dyed before. Just telL your -druggist  ���������whether the* material you wish to dye is  wool or silk, or whether at is linen, cotton, or mixed goods. For fifty-one years  ���������millions of women have been using* "Diamond Dyes," to. add years of wear to  their old, shabby waists, skirts, dresses,  ���������coats, sweaters. stockings, draperies,  hangings,   everything!  The president of the French republic is provided with an official aeroplane.  Extracts From a Modem Wiii  Somewhat    Entangled    Legacies   that  Were Left Behind  "To my beloved wife I leave my  house with its first and second mortgages.  "To my beloved sou I leave my automobile and the privilege of making  the rest oE the 'easy payments.'  . "To my daughter I give and bequeath my player piano, on which  there is only a matter of $220 to pay.  "To my old friend Jones-I leave my  phonograph and cabinet, in which I  have 115 'equity, he to assume the contract. -  "To   my   friend   Smith   I   leave   my  sets of Dickens, Balzac and the Bug-  lovers' Kature Leiberary, amounting all'  in. all  to   a trifling,   on   his   part,  "expense o������ $6 a month until paid."  to:ag-������e seemed to fill his mouth.  ,   ,     .....       ...   Y*Mosi extraordinary," said "the cor-  "As the young lady insists, satd oner "Strychnine.- doubtless. We  the coroner, 'turning to Gardiner, If can>t do mueh l0r him, I'm afraid. We  suggest that you comply with her re- j m5ght   try some    mustard    and     hot  QU������rStY     Mt-tx      ,  * i ������������������������     --^     n- ���������      I water, Mrs. Arthurs."  "I should be glad to, said Gardiner, "Take your time, Lii," whispered  "but the fact is I have a sore hand.  When I was giving the horse medicine  the night Travers left me alone the  brute nipped me a little, and I have  been keeping it covered up since."  "Mak him take them off," said Beu-'  lah.  "Make him take them off," said Beu-  said the coroner. "Surely it makes  no difference " -  "Only thLs difference. You have  heard my father's evidence of the  fight in the old house. The man, with  whom he   fought    will    have     t'ooth-  your  Arthurs. "You may save your country a long board bill." But Lilian  Arthurs' abhorrence of Gardiner's  perfidy had been overwhelmed in a  wave of sympathy* for a suffering fellow-being. She hurried to the kitchen, while the men of the party filed  down the stairs and out.into the yard.  John Harris was .the last to leave the  house; and he walked slowly, with  bare, bowed head, into the group who  were excitedly discussing the amazing turn events had taken. He took  no  part in    their    conversation,    but  marks in his hand.      Make him take J stood  a little apart, plunged  deep in  them off.      Or if you won't���������look at \ his own inward struggle.  1 he Kidneys  The office man and the outdoor  worker suffer alike  from derangements of the kidneys.  Backaches and headaches are  among the symptoms. In some  cases Bright"* disease soon develops, others suffer from high  h!ood pressure unSa] hardening of  the arteries sets in...  In order to forestall painful and  fatal diseases prompt action should  be taken at the ifjrsH aign of trouble.  Mr. A. D. MacKinnon, Kirk-  wood, Inverness county, N.S.���������  writes:  "I can higrteEy Tceoiiimena Dr. Cli*****-"-*  Kidncy-Liver Pill!*-- ������������*������ Jill fiufferrnfl from  *w<**ak l-klneya. E au-flferetl from kidney  <li������*r-n*e- for n lon-pj linn". 1 mAy t-Uo %tty  that If or three y������**nrei f wai n*: im ly nlway������  troubled wiih Ji-tnd-weh*--, and no trriit*-  mi-nx i-ceemed lo clo mow lUii-in afford  l*mpor������iry relief. I wa* finally told of  Dr. ���������Cliai*"*-'* 3**Ce***l!nry-!.iv>*r Pelts, audi  r.^-r- -x-'.nr* t- fr'.' I;',*-;*-' ���������������������������..!.'. r^rrrp'.-'trV,"  rclirvfcf, I Tsd.v������ rilio re*-*i������*-*I jyt, Chas*'*  Ointro.Kn.t with lli* Ec������st r������iull������, an<!  n*v������r F.iil lo rrcomnrrnrj then* wonderful  r<nic*lie������>,"  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills,  one pill a done 25c a hes-x. aH  dealers or Edmonson, Bates Jk  Co., Limited!, Toronto.  W  NT  tr.  Hi-J.  these hands." She seized Jim's  hands in hers and held them np "be-]  lore the coroner and the jury. "Amy '  tooth-marks there? Now make this |  other man show his."   . ., j  For a moment all eyes were -pn  Travers* hands. In that moment  Gardiner rushed For the open window,  and Ln another instant would have  been through it, had not the quick  arm oC the policeman Intercepted.  "Not so fast, my man," said Grey.  "Now we will see this horse-bite ol'  yours." Gardiner made no further  resistance, and he drew, the glove  irom liis hand. There waa a fresh  scar on the right thumb.  The coroner examined It carefully.  When he spoke it was In the voice  of a judge delivering sentence. "Tliuit  is not. a horse-bite," he said. "Tho-so  are the  marks' of human teeth!"  flii.rdin.ev smiled* a Taint smile.  "Well, what, tire you gotUR to do a.hftut  It?" lie said.  '���������Wft are fiolnR to put. you in Travers' place and tender him our np-olo-  tfies," said the coroner,  "Very Rood.." said Gardiner. "And  do  I. marry the  Kirl?"  "This   Is   no  time   for  levity,"   satd  l.h������ coroner, sternly,      "You lia'vn  escaped a murder charge only hy Rirnce  of this younft man's ������jrcelleiit consti-  . Lull on."  \     Hut Travers  had   crowded  Into  lhe  ! centre nt' ihn  circle.      "Hi-mllneY," lie  ; said, "if you weren't, under arrest. I'd  1 thrash you  here  and now.      Hut you  1 can  al   le-*nf,(   do  somnlhlnpr to  snunre  i ymu-Kclf.      Who.re Ih liial moneyV"  ���������      ������������������That's       id Klit,      Jim,       I'lveryumn  -. thinks fief what l������ nearest Ills henrt,"  J      "You   Kcouinlrcl!        Vi>u   Imow   why  j**;   i.i   linn' uiy   J*fii''l,        '/'uu   have..-   li'fde*  i \,*t\   Mr.   IffirrlM   off   all   that   he   !hml  ' Mpcnr.   inirf   whole.?   llfecs   for,       You   wil"  have   no   nlianee   to   hhh   1hat   money  yftnrnr.lt.      Vrm am mwi-. of your 'Hv*  Srn< fr*-r the next fw-nly ynur.M.      Why  not   Hhr*.w  thnt. you  nre '.iifil   till   hail���������-  ihfit yr>u liavc mitm- liumnn tH-ntlmnnlw  Sn you?      It Hiie-'rnii nm ill tic an yo^.c-nn  do,"  "Thrrc  rafi.y he  tu.m<)\Mn,-',  In  u/ha  you  iiu.v," fudd  fiardlnnr.      "I  ttav������ a  idlp of pnper lifi'c nlll'i Ihe lt*-y l*������ the  Hft-rft:"  At last he turned and called his  wife in the kitchen door. '"Bring  Beulah," he said.  The two women joined him, At  first Harris stood with face averted,  but in a moment he Bpolce tn a. clear,  ciuiet voice.  <To be continued) '  Pantomine has held sway at the  Drury Lane theatre in -London for  the past 40 years.  WARNING!     Say  "Bayer"  when  you  buy Aspirin.  Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are  not getting Aspirin at all.   Why t-ake chances?  Accept only an  "unbroken package" of "Bayer Tablets of  Aspirin,"'which contains directions'and dose "worked out by  physicians during; 22 years and proved safe by millions for  Colds Headache Rheumatism  -Toothache Neuralgia' Neuritis  Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain  Handy "Bayer" boxes ol 12 tablets���������Also bottles of 24 and 100���������Druggista.  AoplrJu Ih tho trado* niarlc (resiBterofl In CanaeHft) oC Bay������r Mami-fnetwres of Mo'no-  ���������KM-.llencleK'Ht-e.-i- ot KaUcylleacta. %Vhll#! it la well known that Ai-plr:'n means Bayer  innnufarture. to ussiiit. th������ public *Be������itri.Bt Imitations, the Tablests of Bayer Company  will lio Btanipeej with, their renern.1 trado mark, ihts "Bayecr CroEW,"  mmm  Mmm������mmmmm%mmmmmwi  xmmwmm  mmimmmmmm ffHB- K3EiriSWA CUBSTGX. B. C  ^HeVSUflBA   J-m\^^B~\~.   ~\mmm~m~W^   J~~mWQ~\m~-~  6'W M">H ** *p  ine toDacco-of Quality  /W. L0��������� TINS-and in pkgs.  /  Importance Of The Automobile  The 420.000 aniomobiles in Canada  covered a road mileage in 1920 -which  exceeded ' 1,680,000,000 and registered  a passenger mileage of not less than  -6,920,000,000. Tbe steam and electric  railroads of the Dominion combined  carried but 029,121,000, according to  'S..L. Squire o������ tbe Canadian Good  itoads Association, Tbe nuniber oi  jpassengers;;,: carried Is ?2 52,009,000  annually.     *:       Y" -'^-���������'������������������������������������ y ;     '" ;���������'.*  If you--haye if ailed to*-secure relief  Alberta Tax Revenue  5 181,102.68 From AmuMment Tax, in  - 1921  The Alberta amusement tax during  1921 brought in a revenue "of |I81,-  102.68 to tl\e provincial treasury, an  increase of $ J 0,894.39 over the preceding year. The general revenue of  the department was. $1,698,349.39 for  the year, a, gain of f69,866.79 over  1920. ll Tbe Revenue from the amusement tax was ?3,482.74 weekly. Corporations paid in taxes $339,839.72;'  the Motor Vehicle Act brought in  $718,531.30; the Mine Owners Act,  $275,928.54; Coal Mines Act, $6,016.94;  the Theatres^ Act, $22,1592.50; the ������ail-  way' liaiieage} Act, $110,900; the companies, ordinance, $27,346;. the Act re-  -   .,   -  ���������--.���������  --. ,  f specting    auctioneers    and    peddlers.  from other remedies, rub on lots of j *.<* 7f;n -.., - rt+TlM ,fa' ��������� * . .-  good old "Nerviline," the strongest, I *8'750v Wlth other 3tems - comprising  most penetrating pain relief on tbe jthe balance. The number of auto  market. Nerviline acts . Quickly on-licenses sold almost touched the 40*"-  snsall-pains and is the surest to drive | 000 mark, the actual number being  out the big ones. It's because every ������Q RCr9 _.,.��������� OT, '-*���������nr.<xnt,^ ' .? -. ���������������������������-  drop of Nerviline rubs in^ecause ft ^852, or^an increase of 1,837 over  .has the ability to sink in deeply that j 192������-Yrhe number of companies, in-  It drives away pain that ordinary oily j corporated and "registered a-eaehed 614  Xeiniments Won't touch. Large 35c j during the year with an aggregate  bottles at all dealers. ' j capitalisation oi   ������31,993,601 13.  His Idea of Them I  Her , l^ttierY-^Young"   fridn.    wonld J  you take "my daughter away from me? j  "You don't know a father's feelings at  such a time.      I must suppress them.  Her Suitor.-r-Ob, .that's all right/ If  you want to give three1 cheers, go  ahead.���������Bobton  Transcript.  Horses Shipped to Yukon  Twenty heavy horses from a Moose  Jaw ranch were snipped "north from  Vancouver on the steamer "Princess  Mary" for Mayo and Whitehorse, in  tbe Yukon. ,  A  Health.  Saving Reminder  DONT WAIT  !__    until you get the  SPANISH I NFL UENZA&S  USE  i'3 Ll  At the  .irst  sign  of  it. '-���������. Its Healing  Qualities   are   Amazing.      THE  OLD RELIABLE  0t-i~T%. -*��������� ~~m~~.mx~~M.Jl  C~l~iih  :s a local diseftse greatly influenced.  bv   constitutional   conditions.        HALL'S-   CA  TARRI3   MEDICINK   is   a   Tonic,   taken   Internally, and acts througla the blood upon tbe  mucous    surfaces   of   the    system. HALL'S  CATARRH    MEDICINK    assists - Nature   in  iestorin*g   norsnaJ   conditions.  AU Drngg-istsj       Ciiculars free.  F.  J.   Cheney  &   Co..   Toledo,   Ohio   : v  Electricity in Switzerland  Nowhere else in tbe world is electricity power so'"generalljr used as in  SAvitzerland. In the smalltown of  liUcerne, ���������with only. 40,000 inhabitants,  to take one example, only twenty  houses . are without electric  light.' There are seven electric bakehouses, 1,000 electric motors, 3,50.0  electric, stoves . for "heating, 2,000  elective,cooking*"stoves and over 5,000  electric irons'In use among the inhabitants. ������������������-'���������.-,  Dp    Not    Use    Harsh     Purgative ~���������A  Tonic is All You Need  Not sick-���������but not feeling quite well.  That is the way most people feel in  tbe spring. Easily tired, appetite  fickle, sometimes headaches and a  feeling of * depression. Pimples or  eruptions may appear on the skin, or  there may. be twinges of rheumatism  or-neuralgia. - .Any of these indicate  that the blood is out of order���������that  tbe indoor- life of winter has left its  mark upon you and may easily develop into more serious trouble.  Do not dose yourself "with purgatives, as so many people do, in the  hope that you can put your blood  right. . Purgatives gallop through the  system and- weaken instead of giving  strength. Any doctor will tell you  tbis is true. What you need in the  spring is a tonic that will enrich the  blood and build up the nerves. Dr.  Williams'-Pink Pills do this speedily,  safely and surely; JEvery dose of this  medicine helps to - enrich the blood  which clears the skin, strengthens"  the appetite and makes tire &, depressed - men, women :and children bright,  active;*'* '"ind.-;.- - s trongY* ���������: ���������*.- -Miss'*.' S J vliiYvMc-  Eacfcron, Nairn P.O., : N.B.i: says: "1  have been in the habit of taking^, Dr.  Williams - Pink .Pills ih -the spring  and they keep me ~ in the best of  health. I think it is entirely due to  the use of these .pills thiat I always  ha\*e such good health."  Sold by all medicine dealers or by  mall at 50 cents a" box or six boxes  for $2.50 from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont.  Here   Is   Something  Smart.  A Matter of Taste  Mr. Sadiron.���������The^e-jellies.all seem  the same flavor to me, dear.  Mrs. Sadiron.���������But you can tell the  difference by the labels.  Mr. Sadiron.���������Possibly, but I never  thought of tasting the labels.  l^he, jB($y[ "%Vho Startedy������o Town  With 0* Hundred Dollars  :*'  - **- C *������������������*���������   ������������������' *t  $C:~*\#  The advice tbey gave him for getting-  on in the world was simple and familiar  enough: "Keep what you have, and  build on it. Be careful -what you do and  itwill grow into more.1'  It's ������. safe rule���������-with money or hie-Alth,  but a good many overlook the rule with  health, until theyhave lost what they had.  Then it's hard to get a new supply.  Postum is a splendid help in saving .'health from the very common  losses through the drug elements  of tea and coffee���������whose effects on  the nervous system any doctor can  tell you.  Thousands of people who think  it wise to 'be as? caratfwl of their  health as they are of their dollars are users of Postum,. They  find this famous cereal beverage  a delightful drink with any meal,  and 'it's free from any disturbing  element. ,/  You can begin with Postum today, with an order to your grocer.  The road to health is a good road  for anybody to follow. "Save what  you have, and build on it," is sound  policy for everybody.  PoJWta eome*a In two forma: Instant Poatum  Cln tlna) ma-da instantly in ths cup by tha addition  d-T boiling wafcar. Postum Caraal (In -pnekaftap* of  lirgrar bulk, far thoaa who prafar to malra, tha  drlnk while tha maal la bailiff praparad) ma da by  botUatfr tot ttO minut*a.   Bold by all g-rooara.  Postum for Health ���������^There's a Reason'9  mrimt-m hy iCmitauuissit ifownum Oxmd.l, u������x^ JLi'axiftaM^ Wln-flowr, Oui.  mmtmimm'^m^^mr-mr^m  .Lr-x.'-t.-jLfSSpi  Vei-y chi c is this dress and one that  will be found : to meet the general  needs of. milady. It-can be worn to  business or as a sport dress, and is a  very practical" model for the spring  and early summer. The capelike  back adds materially to its smartness.  It is of black, with Roman, stripes.  The hat, -which is ������of black straw, is  adorned with black quills.  Mexico rope-soled shoes are now  sold in England, and for dry'weather  wear   they    are    said to be cool and  comfortable.       - ������������������-.���������'..  ������a*es ended in death! So a rece-t  Canadian *in^cstigation sIiotc'1.  These were not cases of inrc^tio;,3  disea-ses���������of consumption ��������� of typhoid! They wero cases where a  person had  sustained some sli^I t  ' Injury���������a cut, a burn, a wire-pr:< Tc  -���������-and    where    the    wound,    beis j  ~ -thought not -serious enough for car 3-  ful treatment, had been neglccteJ.  JBlood-poisoning and death rcsultel.  - Wlsexi .you ot your children s1***  tain any injury, ensure against infection by applying Zam-Buk. Thia  balm "soothes the pain, stops bleeding, and by destroying all germ3  prevents blood-poisoning, etc. Henca  no time need be lost from work or  pleasure by those who use Zam-BuJfc.  lii deaieri, 50c. bos.  Comet Will Be invisible  ��������� The Pons-Winnecke comet will not  be visible to the naked eye, according  to Greenwich Observatory authority.  It will pass the earth in June with a  safe margin of some 12,000,000 miles.  Worms in children, ft they be not  attended to, cause convulsions, and often death. Mother Graves' Worm  Exterminator will protect the children  from these distressing affiietions.  Hawaiian Islands were thrown iip  ages ago from enormous volcanic  chimneys that opened in the Pacific  floor.  There  is nothing repulsive in Miller's Worm Powders, and they are as  pleasant; to: take as sugar, so that few  children will refuse them.      In some  cases  they cause    vomitingY-through;  their action in ;an;nhso]ahdistbniaLcb,v  but  this JsYohlsjY a ; inanifestaticmc qfJ  their  cleansingYpower, iao indication  that they are hurtfjal.      They can be  thoroughly depended upon    to    clear  yijorms from the system. ~  MONEY ORDERS  Send   a   Dominion   Express   Money   Order.  Five dollars costs three cents.  Fashion Found Wanting  Policeman.���������"Lost yer-mammy, 'ave  yer ?     "Why didn't yer keep   hold   of  her skirt?"  Little    Alfred.���������"I    cou-cou-couldn't  reach it."���������London Opinion.  Many have been relieved of corns  by Holloway's Corn Remover. It has  a power of Its own that will be found  effective.   %  Annex for Port Arthur Elevator  Contract for the construction of a  1,500,000 bushel capacity annex to the  James Richardson and Sons elevator  at Port Arthur has ������een awarded to  Barnett and McQueen Construction  Company. The addition which is expected to be constructed in time to  handle the 1922 crop, will give the  elevator a total capacity of 3,500,000  bushels.  r-ADIES. WANTED���������TP HO PLAIN  -������ and light sewing-at home, whole  tar spare time;" good pay; 'work sent  any distance; charges paid. Send  stamp fbr. particulars. National  Manufacturing Co., Montreal.  GZEMA  Yoa are not.  eipe riment-  *; \ n g when  you -use Dr.  Chase's Ointment for Eczema and Skiu Irritations. It relieves at once and gradually heals tine skin. Sample box Dr.  Chase's Ointment free if you mention this  paper and send 2c. stamp for postage. COc. a  box: all dealers or JBrimanson. Bates & Co.,  Limited, Toronto.  100% PROTECTION FOR LIFE  front one vaccination with  Cutter's Liquid or Solid  Blackleg Afltfressin. Absolutely safe. Cutter's Solid Agsrcs*  sin Injectors worktostltkc BlacUeg  Pill Iniectors. I f Cutt'er's AEstrcasini  is unobtainable locally, wrttc  The Cutter Laboratory  uTht l.a-,r~t,ry that A"n������oj .Vote"  Berkeley (lU.S.LJo<msc)   California  KB.-���������Old Style Powder and Pill Vacdnw *U11 midet  for chose who prefer theas.  G������bfc'a C6StOfi Roof ComgHmgu^  A Corrector of Pulmonary Troubles.  -������������������Many testimonials could be presented showing the great efficacy of Dr.  '(Thomas'   Eclectrie  Oil in   correcting  disorders of! the respiratory'processes,  but the best testimonial''la experience j  rind" the  Oil  ia  recommended  to  all i  who suffer irom these dtsorders with I  the certainty that-they will And. relief.  It will allay inflammation Jn the bronchial tUbOB,  *���������!*/*.reliablerctrulatins ,  mtdieinB. Bold In throe ������le������- *?  trreeMi of atrength���������N������. 1. 911 \  No. 3, -$3; No. S, ������5 per box. -  Bold by all drugciflts. or aenfc '  prepaid on receipt of price. '  Fr������������     pmmphlet.        Addrcsn ,'  THK COOK MEDICINE COj  Totoaro. our. ijumvi, Wutm.y  r  New Variety of Wheat  OreQon M-an Evolwea Wheat With  Smut-Rust Resistance  Wheat,-totally reslHtant to smut or  rust, heretofore unknown to plant  pathologists, has .boon evolved, as a  result ol! experiments 'conducted at  the Government Exoorlmentnl Station  in Oregon, hy B. E. Stephens, superintendent, and his assistants. He has  succeeded Jn producing four distinct  varieties of wheat tUxit aro completely  Immune from smut, he said. Front  these, he has brought forth a number  of hybrid varieties of great promise,  by croaslne hla smut-reislstlng wheats  with fiamo of tho moot productive of  the present varieties Brown..  America's  Pioneer  Dok Uoinf-dii..  BOOK  ON  DOG   I3ISEASHS  and   How   to   Feed  Mailed   Free   to n.ny  Addrona by tho  Author  IJ.    ClwAY   Gr.OVKPw  CO..  INC,  32$      \V<--t      Fourth  - Street,  .New  York,  U.S.A.  No need to lose chicks.  Raise erery one into  a ' strong profitable  bird. Successful poultry m e n everywhere  baalc cr.  FralU Buttermilk  Baby Chick Food  SoH er������*rywhcre on. owt money beck g-aaranteo, ADVICE  JFREE,    T������ll us your trouble,  PRATT   POOD   CO.   OP  CANADA,   OM'lT������I> *  U2-.  Minard's LUnlment for the Qrippe and.  Fin '   i  W.    N.    V.    1414  -twm II:  ������  I*od&es,   Associations; and- Publio   Meetings  of every description."  Water has been installed in fche kitchen, sussd n&v? tables ssipplsed.  Rentals include use of kitchen, dishes, etc.  RATES: $5 per night;   $4 per afternoon, or when  no lights required.    Special rates far Cammiiiee Room  n  erso.aiis.fi  Apply to Office of STAPLES FRUIT COMPANY. Ltd.  @    ���������#    W  CHE pi^WON HOTEL has been undergoing  a course;; of remodelling and refurnishing for  for the past five months and is now ready to  accommodate the public.  /TVERY BEDROOM has been thoroughly reno-  VC vated, repainted an d refurnished through out.  The Dining Boom and Kitchen Yhave aiso  been remodelled, and the Office is large and  spacious. ���������'..-���������-.  Openon* aisd&������������er April Xst������ r Affcferp&on  y. ^  Dancing every Eyening  except Sunday.  H. Venue is   a  business   visitor  at  Penticton this wreck.  White Wyandotte E#gs, $1.25 for  14. {&. W.; Asb, Oreston.  J-^T-^AiteAaledcsg.    Finder pls������ase  return*to :Wi. W* Hall. Brickson.  For Sale���������Good talking parrot,  price 83.    Mrs. Geo. Moore, Creston.  Ffl������ ''SiiB--Aneona roosters, Si  each, at i^-ro\vsmith*s ranch. Oreston.  Fob 8ai^e^���������Fi-esh young cow,' $75.  C Blair. RecL-tm?itinn Farm, Oreston,  S. Speficer of Nelson is a visitor here  this week,   with   his   brother   A. B.  Spencer.  .   JDeon't forget to order yonr Good Friday hot eross bun's early at  the-Crest-  on _Bakery. *���������'��������� ��������� '*"'..  Mrs. Stocks left on Tuesday for Nel-  s������sn, where elie expects to be a yisitor  for several days.  Tomato Flahti^jfor sale. Order at  once and ayoid disappointment later7  Foch In, Canyon. .  Mrs. Westqhf of.Proctor is a visitor  here at paesent with her sister, Mrs.  *W. S. Jii c Alpine.  Girts, how about a Good Form hair  net; absolutely .the; best on the.njayket  sat Bettttie-Oatverty, X,������d.  EgosFob HtA-rciHiNOr-Rose Comb  Rhode Island Beds, $1.25 for sitting of  15 eggs.   Mrs. WYV Jackson.  Fob e^AUS���������Western Queen range,  good as new, $25**t Apply Hayden's  restaurant, opposite Speers1 store.  Post's Fob Salb*���������A few hundred  fea mat-ae posts, peeled; and: <1 ryY ���������& and  9-inch tops.���������'?-. Geo. Hobden. Oreston.  Alex. Lidprateg-+>fc back on Sunday  from Spokane, where he had spent the  previous three days on a busines yisit.  Tennis players would do well te* -have  their racquets re-strung now; the sea-'  son is almost here.    Beattie-Oa^way.  Cab Fob SAisi^-Baby Grand Chevrolet,, in good shape, price right for  immediate sale.    Mrs. W. K. Brown.  ���������>apt. and Mrs, Oronspton and son,  Frank, left on Sunday to spend an ex*  tended visit at the captain's former  home in England, his mother's health  being in a yery precarious condition.  They will be away at least six months.  HgSican Ohurch Semnes  SUNDAY, APRSL ������  CRESTON SIRDAR  7.30 p.ro. 10.S0a;m.,  Mi-s. Fierson and children .-arrived  from Ije th bridge, Alta., bn Friday to  join her husband, who is mechanic at  the Bevan garage, and are occupying  the Crompton residence for the present.      .  HAT������ H B N������G EGGS  WKiTE WTANBOTT^S. U 6i,50  BLACK MINORCAS,.���������.^. _.__.Y 1.50  S.O. WHITEtiEGHORNS. _..   1.25  x per setting of 15 eggs.   All front  excellent or prise stock.     P. G.  YBBBUTT, Creston. ���������  aaaZZ  .��������� m All n  an   "  Agents fur Wiliards and Neiiso&'s GticcDSates  P:~ --ri... ssgBsssas '    sgasaeaaasasaag"    ."     1    "rsssssssst Z.  8ATEBK������1 SSSill ITS 8R&NCKES,        Hi5H CLASS GOhFEOTiOHEBi  We are.now in a position to offer our patrons better  service than ever in Tea Room and Ice Cream Parlor.  Soda Fountain now in operation for the summer season.  See our window for SATURDAY SPECIALS  Z" yZ,       *ra Candy and Csks  B  Next door to Sevan's Garage  1 mm  W  Soft 3>rtEikss Cigars,  Cigarettes, Tpbaccos.  jrjffJE HAVE MADE these innovations for the  VjftM comfort and convenience of the public, and  feel that the people* of Creston and vicinity  will appreciate our efforts to give them one of the  best hotels in the B.C. interior* :  5. H. SMALL, Manager.  Try the Drugstore First  1  flHHH    HUH  "TT" Kr  The  Easter season   is  always  a joyous one and Rives 11s an  opportunity*second only to Christmas, for showing our  appreciation of it in a tangible way.     This year we are  !>etter equipped than ever bofore tr 8 np ply your wants  for tBiila oinux-H.-m.  Chocolate and Colored Easter Eggs  from teeny tittle ones up to J11 en bo slaws  Flu������fy   Chicks.   Bunnies-   Ram-betM,    TVr^.t  - and many other novelties  to  make the  kiddies fairly  shout with  delight.  rnLm.   fiy     H      h*   B ^mmt  Matt Order-, a  Specialty,  0--    ~-    <m MMWMMMUW  Phone Service  Prompt Attention  -. Fpa SAlJB-^FirSi|rclass saddle B3i are,  oa. would exechiSw^fer a l?Rbtv woi-k  horse.1*'   Fochi^'-^Snydh)   Eriefcsoh  ���������P.O.:-. ������������������'?-- ���������*-���������'���������*���������   -    '*    ���������">���������"������������������'���������  Z������_. ...'    *u        0-^-40 ���������.rj.\..\ZLLy-:-'r-;-r   ���������'������������������  ��������� vv anted���������Ctoc)*te6ns. ben^ t roosters.  Will -pay top *ft^n*SK*^"'^oftg';Barney,'  Pacific   RestJiurant,    next   Mawson's.  store,   ��������� '^'*- Y*  Drlssmaking���������Young ladies' and  children's a specialty. Charges are  reasonable. Mrs. PR. de Falaise,  Oreston.. -y  Mr. and Mrs. Joe Atlsinson of Vernon are Creston visitors at present with  his bi other. A. E. =Atkinson, the Onion, warehouse superintendent.  A. R. Swanson' was a visitor at  Cranbrook on Thursday, attending a  conference of- ofl^eials   with   geher'il  O.P..Ri snpsi-inteHjjJ.'-ftt-OptteaTil!..  Creston    mercfatjunls    initialed   the  Wednesday half-lioliday, and were  greeted with the jp^rst real spring day  of the year for tligir afternoon off..    ,  Junior niemberarund others interested in the Bed Cross effort ean get a  copy of the publication **The Red  Cross Junior," nt the public library..  The April meetipg of Orc-ston Board  of Trade will be held on.Tuesday night.  All membeis ������h(>uld be present as  there is considerable important business to dispose of.  The big public,,.works department  Federal truck, tn charge of Dan Spiers,  got into action on Tuesday on the  grayel haul for road repairs ab differ*  enfc points in the Valley.  Mr. and Mrs. A.' L. Cameron got  back on Saturday from ;a splendid  three months' Holiday which was  spent at varioiiB points in eastern Can-  adn as far east as Montreal.  Commencing the week of April 17th  the Creston public library will not bo  open on Wednesday afternoons. Tn  future it will operate ono day only*,  each flatu relay from S to 6.80.  Members are remind* d the April  moetihg of Creston Valley Women's  InntEtute is on Thiirsday Hftesnoon,  April 13th���������the ungul mooting day falling on Good Frtrfay this year.  Lieut. II. P. Jirlmtiing wtij give an  lllitbtratod lecture entitled -���������TheNMyal  Attack on the SSeebritgge Canal by the  Mrttfuh Navy mi 5|prll 28rdm 1018/" In  lhi������ Parish JH������|I, on Friday* April Slot,  tho lecture to Ive followed by a ditaee.  The r^iillcs' Aid of tho Mcthotlkt  Olinrch will hotel the It1 annual sate of  ti'i-wtn*", cookSag-, 2n4 -i-s������~m hiiMw and  candy In B|������eer������' Hall������ on Suttirdtty  afternoon, April ICfch fi-oni 2.80 to ffl  o'clock, Afternoon tea will alwo be  vteryed.  Almost time  tt> be out after the gophers, and  a little  spending monej^ can also be made on the kill of  crows, magpies, horned owls,^ etc^ on winch the  ^Ovineial^ Ypolioe=^^j p^  :-r-.For*besfe:'ies������lts::useit^ie,Yzy?-:yay-?j-p'--pyZ  Si*.5*.':  &"*.*'*ii  iWii Hilli  ^hieli we: offer at the exceptionally close price of $8.50  G^hf���������a yeai^a^  cost you -at least $13J>0y  The "BAYARD"i is a bolt aotion single shot rifle for 22 short,  22 long rifle rim fire cartridge. It is distin^nislied from all similar  riHes by its looking and safety devices, .lightness, loading and  ejeefcion. '."������������������' ���������        , ���������L    .?    ', .j ���������?,  .-   iJOominion, Western and Winchester .22 Calibre  tea.   Also Gun Oil   ���������  Better Service  General Merchants  Lower Prices  Spring Clean!ng  Requisites  +mmmmmm  Despite contrary climatic conditions, all the outward  and visible sighs unmistakably indicate that spring is due  and the thoughts of the careful hotise,wife instinctively  turn to the spring housecleaning and renovating.  It's not a bit too early to be sizing up the situation���������  and when it comes to th������ purchase of any needed helps  or supplies this store can be of real service to you. Some  of the things you will probably be requiring are  Pstssits, v asrsaisli������sf Stains, J^l&b-&siiiK������  Wall Paper, O'Cedar Mops, Furniture Polish, Scrub Brushes, Soap  Lye,  Washing  Powder,  Old  Dutch  CJIeanser, *  Ammonia    Powder,   <&c������  and all the other things requisite and  necessary for effective effort.  We stock the best goods made, and our prices will stand  comparison with any and all competitors.  SA ^  O |h   Ih" 13 CL  A.       A    li m tb.-  jr     B m    j~i    m    -at    SPST t ��������� jY^w  GENEKAL   MEBOHAN

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