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Array t>'r  i-c -  yiiwi  ft  i Ji **  L**  "ft  js  14-  \  r\  ���������,v '���������  F'"*  y  ffi     .A Mi   ~m iiimrf  Yol. XIV.  BrS"R."ERTOKf   B G    ^RTTiav   ta>ttta-dt  ^KJA.'.J-USJ.B.-KJX--,     mjrr  v*~-.,-   *. juIjuu^jl a1     ir jCjlX***  v^* JCM.JL\i Ji  X  ���������* rs  ���������a gxtnrx  ~.\j~Qi>  "~CT ~        ~~~-  rS3S3tas~_->~r  The Co-Operatiye Fruit ������rowers  had their annual meeting on Tuesday  evening,*- January Otb, everything  passing off very harmoniously, thc  election of the 1023 board of directors  being the chief feature of the evening's  business. The following constitute  this year's executive: E. Uri, T.  Davies, John Bathie, John Wigeir~and  -O. ~t. "Wigen.  Nels. Winlaw was compelled to leave  for his home at Ndsoh the middle of  last week, where he is laid up with a  severe attack of erysipelas, but is now  recovering nicely. !  Rev. J. * ���������*--��������� ������--^  novation a  at the community hall on Sundky  afternoon, when he used candle light  tb very effectively illustrate his. address on "The Light of the World.���������  A. H. Piggott sustained quite a  heavy financial loss on Monday,  when his Jersey cow diecL  The shipping statement presented  by*~ the Co-Operative Fruit Growers  show that iast^year almost 10,000  crates of strawberries were handled,  as well as over- GOO pails of straws that  went to the jam factory. Raspberry  shipments are" assuming quite a large  total, the 1932 shipping being over 1200  crates. ':  t:  James had quite an in-  the Presbyterian service  the inhabitants of Duck Creek assembled there and had an oldtime social  eyening with songs and dance. The  music was supplied bv Fred Penson,  whq, was afterward aided by Banl  Hagen, Monrad "Wigen and Mr.  "Woods, while Mr. Mason kindly oblige  ed" with some of his well-known ssirth  creating comic vocal/numbers. Tbe  eyening - was'' certainly a success, and  much enjoyed by all.  An irregular supply of lumber kept  down the 1922 output of the M. Wigen  box factorv considerably,  the year's  total output being just under 100.000. J Jo^^ Brothersf w'ho~a7e speeding  about two-thirds of which was apple   up operationS on the  ~ . * *   7 L_  Canyon miuatcels ~*~v.   S:a.v������ug pr:tst  ces twice a week since the first of the  year,  and are  rapidly  rounding into  shape for their first public appearance  next month  After a three-day shutdown the  sawmill commenced sawing again on  Monday. the*-freeze-up on Saturday  enabling log - hauling to recommence.  However another- lainy spell arrived  Tuesday night and   the   skidding   is  Dr. Henderson is making frequent  yisits to Canyon at present, his worst  cases being at the Bergen and John  Johnson homes.  A. G.lSamuelson is these days doing  tbe walking boss job on his tie cutting  contract, where he has a gang of ten  men at work getting out about 5000  ���������oieeeSa **; He has a swelling of the  muscles of his arm: that is too painful  to permit of him working.  Mr.   Humble   has   joined   up   with  Mz. and Mrs. Jack "Johnston were at  Lister a, tefv. days, last week from  Klockmann Idaho,' where Mr. Johnston is employed at'-preseht.  Mr. and. Mrs. Vine. Liddicoatt have  returned to the area, and expect to  remain for at least a month. He is  busy finishing his house, -end they are  MnTl~.-!>   wt.aiAr*.0=nr^C-0tX:t   -.*.    ~*vrK**-X.V=Xt--.%r      UUU11  -.-.���������   i���������_    XX-.  &������**���������*������.   00M.tr.  such time as their own is completed*  Amongst the nelv   arrivals here is  Mr. Johnston,   who* has recently come  ���������ni 1 3  his cousin, R. T.  U.-.J. ������..f*3  Milher at  present.  Mr. Demon uk and family, who have  purchased a piece of land adjoining,  the Hurry ranch, ace busy with clearing-operations, and expect" to. plant  out about five acres to orchard in the  spring.      ***"  James Huscroft and fumily are now  occupying the residence of the late W.  jRl_'    I"! f-������o#*������'y>o'f fr.  Fred Weston is busy with a clearing  contract at Canyon; working on a  partnership contract with Charles  .Burgess.  ' Wynndel Ladies* Aid Society aro  hoping that all will keep St. Valentine's Day. February 14th* ppan^as:,  they, are putting on an oldtime dance  in nard-times costume, and hope that  all dancers will turn ont in force and  support them in making the evening a  big success.  Many of the schoolmates of Earl  Pease, who until recently lived at  Alice Siding, will be pleased to bear-  that he is to be married on January  17th, with his old friend. "Butch,"  Edward Butterfield^ noting as best  man on that occasion. *>'   '  Mrs. Eakin and Mrs. Packman were  hostesses at an enjoyable social  evening on Friday, at the home of the  former. About twenty hands of  whist were playedf- the prizewinners  being Mrs. T, A. Dunseatb and Mrs.  C. D. Ogilvie. Booby prizes were  awarded Sirs. Vic. Johnson and  Harry Bathie, sr. A dainty supper"  served, and this was followed by singing by the whole party. A thoroughly  enjoyable time was spent by all.  Matt. Hagen's new houBe was thoroughly "warmed" for him on Saturday night, when, a large por port ion of  logging contract  Winlaw.-  Vernon, and will spend the next ten  days in the Okanagan*. attending ' a  directors meeting, of the -O.U.G., the  annual meeting of the B.C.C.G.A.,  and the meeting of the growers* committee at Kelowna while away.  1  All   interested are returned of the  extraordinary general meeting of the  members of the agricultural association which will be held on Monday  night, at 8 o'clock, in Speers' Hall.  All who are anxious that a tail fair  beheld in 1923 should be on hand.  According tn the figures submitted  at the board of trade annual meeting, ���������  ths shs*pnsss*t3 of fur" from Oresfco-js Iss*?-  year were worth a total of almost  $10,000. Almost 2200 rau-krat pelts  were shipped, some 365 weasel,- 125  mink' and a few over 100 marten skin.*  with 11 bear hides.  * All farm products are improved by  the use of Trniangle Fertilizer. "Yielda  are increased, the feeding value of  forage crops improved, and all fruit,  both large and small, show more Grm������  ness and color, and stand up better.  For distance shipments ask Creston  Fruit Growers Union to book your  order. *"-���������  "Mi,  B"r"*s>-J3������.���������vrH   aKAMttsry   xj* v  and Mrs. Milt Beam, a son  to Mr.  they have with J. B.  The United Farmers announce that  they are going to be "at home" at the  "Qa-torda^T 'nights meeting*- which is4  taken^to nieanthat after the business  of thejueeting has been disposed of a  line of]oldtime sociability will be dispensed.  The* Saturday evening whist last  week was at the home of Mr. andltfrs.  Pochin at which ten tables of players  participated with the high scores being  made by Mrs. McPhatter, Mrs. We-  therhead's guest, and Guy Bit-dwell,  whilst Miss Sadie Wood and T. B.  Mawson distinguished themselves at  low scoring. The hostess was assisted  by_Mi*s. Vim Ackeran and Mrs. Guy  Browell. and all enjoyed the evening  Immensely, the. lunch bringing operations, to an end about 11.30.  A dance was held at the echoQlhouse  on Saturday night, for the purpose uf  raising money for the piano fund,-and  was a' huge success, James Duncan  was the organizer,*':and Mrs. Lister  kindly gave her services at the piano^  and a most en joy abie time was spent.  Lunch was served about 11 p.m., and  there -was quite a number -of guests  were* present from Canyon and Huscroft-*,  ���������-*���������*--- "i I*  Inconsequence of secretary Powers  resignation a meeting will "be held iu  the schoolhouse on Saturday, January.  ;20th,' to elect a new secretary "for tlie  board of school trustees.-,   -~  ** Creston  friends of Mr. and Mrs. O.  P= WislerE   who  moved from   Creston  to Camptonyille.     Calif.,    about   ten  will be pleased to hear of  The sch.nol.has taken on quite a- new  appearance  since   the Christmas holi  days,   the  floors having been   re-oiled  and other improvements made.  years  ago,  will  be pleased  the marriage of their daughter, Gree  lice,  to Thomas O. Borne at^he home  of.,tbe bride's parents early in January.  The newlyweds  will reside  at Stockton, Calif. -   ���������  25 Years To Pay���������The Soldier Settlement Board of Canada have several  I FARMS for sale to Soldiers or Civilians at ten  per   cent,   down   and   thei  balance in 25 annual payments at.6 per.  cent. ^ Several to rent for^ipj^^^wr)  particulars" write .ta^pfetrjfet "Superfft?.  tendent.   Soldier   Settlement. i*oara    "  Vernon. B.C.    ��������� ~"    !  R. J. Long left on Sunday for Kelowna. where he is attending the an-  naul meeting of the B.C. Fruit Growers Association, as one cf the'delegatcs  from Creston Valley.  ]>. Linn of Creston is this week  nscving into the new house he has  had erected on tbe Spence ranch,  which he purchased last fall.  ^ L. Leveque, who has been a patient  in the Vancouver military hospital for  about two months, arrived home the  fore part of last week, and looks much  improved in'health.  Fred "Waylett is making Creston his  day headquarters this week, being on  the Mawson store staff for the annual  January sale.  Rev. H. Varley of Creston was here  on Sunday afternoon, for the usual  monthly Church of England-'service ~x%  the schoolhouse.  Miss Mounee, who, is the dairy lecturer at the short course school at  Creston this week, was a guest of Miss  Rncwn the us*"y Erickson school "rfacial several days of her stay in the  Valley.  Mr.   and  Mrs.  J. B. Palmer of Tre-  _..___    ���������s t . 1 ���������  ���������i~ix. ���������40 -~-S~~.  l^crajCi   **��������������� mv **-������������*c  mcTTiJ vu vx  yioit nu uic  old home since the golden wedding  celebration at Christmas, left at the  end of the week for a visit with friends  at coast points.  Local and Personal  God's Crucible  Although finance is anvthing but  plentiful Mawson Brothers report  their Januarv clearance-sale business  fully up to expectations, and for the  closing^ dav, Saturday, are offering  some tremendous bargains to close the  event.  Guv Constable left on   Saturday for  Freezing weather at the end rtf the  w������*ek followed by abemt-four inches of  snow on Sunday night, provided  sleighing for about, two-days, but tbe  heavy rain of Wednesday -morning  pretty well spoiled the slipping.  While the hauling was good there was  a rush to get the balance of the hay  cut "home from the flats.  HEIFERS ESTRAY  Enjoyment for those who  like the sport of a good  game of Billiards.  Consideration for the-  pleasure of our patrons has  been onr aim in fitting up  our place, where you will  find the best tables, best  cues, and best lights ip town.  Come in any time and  test your skill.  Exchange BiiSiard Hal!  On-e-bf the most   interesting   scenes  in ��������� God's Crucible,"  th������������ pictniization  ������>f Ralph Connor's novel,   "lhe   Foreigner," which, is released-beneath the  Hodkinson banner, takes   place   in   a  cave    where     the     hero���������admirably  played   bv   Gaston    Glass,���������discovers  coal and thereby attains to the financial independence which makes it possible for him  to sue for the hand of  the beautiful   Gladys   Coburn.     This,  scene is   exactly   ais   the   author   de  scribed it when   he   wrote   the   story  and is an absolutely   true   version   of  the exact way In   which coal  was discovered   in    the    famous   anthracite  mines in Canada.  When the sopne was being filmed  ���������in fact when all the mine scenes  were being filmed,���������the officials of  company who- were desirous of  helping to the limit of their powers,  uliow<������d theii- auxiety -to cooperate by  declaring a half holiday in the mine  so that Director MacRno and his company of players could work unhindered. They went even further by  offering the services of tho miners  employed who entered into tho spirit  of the thing so admirably that the*  scenes in "God's . Crucjble" which  show the coal rnlrie in fiill blast are  marvels of tcchnicnl   porfectioh.  "Ood'ft Crucible" has been booked at  the Grand Theatre for Saturday  night.  Cm me to my ranch. December 1st,  one black yearling heifer, no-brands  visible. Owner can have same on  proving property and paying expenses.  A. D. POCHIN. Canyon.     v  dime to the premises of the undersigned on or about Dec. 1st. one red  mooley heifer,i three or four years old.  Owneu can have--same i������h paying expenses.    W.  G.   WILSON, >Erickson  We have' received a  shipment of the well  known -  DAYFOOT  SHOE*  the lecturers were  the success of the  &������  V  and  invite  your  spection.  in-  1  tx*  coemeu  * ii ib hi*-%���������**������ ������  *   *%.*|*ii******-i*<  Boil   Salic��������� Bed    add    spring,   $0.  oVtlU'Vo ������%o*t,   with wipriwyi;    ,stst\  mnttvcsx,  $0; Butter churn, $2.75* 28 Plymouth  Rock pullets, all litying, $1 each.  Fruit sealers, 80c. to 91.50 dozen.  Fruit in ������ealei*H, 50c. quart.    Kitcheti-  This  line ia one of the best  Work Shoes we can buy.  They    are    warranted     solid  leather  and   absolutely  guaranteed.  1  The annual meeting of the Presbyterian Mission Band was held at the  home of Mrs. Speers on Monday of  last week, when the following officers  wore elected for 1023: Superintendent.  Miss Katherine Moore; President.  Miss Edith Couling; Vice-President.  Marlon McDonald; Secretary, Louise  Nickel;   Treasurer, Helen   Moore.  The five-day nhort course school in  agriculture,   which  closes  today, 'has  been quite well attended, some of the  sessions attracting an interested crowd  of ubout   forty,   while   the   siusillet-t.  "crow d in evidence was never less than  twenty.    This  is a   big gain ovor the  attendance records  at the well01 ������l held  here  in  1018, und  well   pleased   with  school throughout.  The wooden soldiers0 monument  that hns decorated Ihe bank corner  since the early spring of 1017, wins dismantled thia week* by officials of the  local G.W.V.A. The "Shrine," as  many .familiarly ciillt-d It. was quite  onhuh"in that it was Lhe*first soldiers'  memorial of any. kind erected in Ihe  whole province. The monument has  been carefully stored aw������y by the  G.W.V.A , and will be kept as a Civs-  ton rplic *������f the groat, war.  Stricken suddenly IU when visiting j  a patient of the Kootenay Like General hospital at -1.-15 on Monday afternoon, Mrs. l~. R*. Piper of Nelson died  in that inHbitiittou on Tuewlay morning at 8.80 o'clock. Mi-h. Piper whose  hiiKhaiul ib an iun-ountunl in the local  office ot DeWolf ~*~ Hum. the Ymir  road contract Lorn, has been a resident  of Nelson since last May. Deceased,  who was more familial ly known as  "Pat" Carlson, was a graduate nume  of St. Eugene Hospital. t?ranlu*<fok. in  which city Mr. Piper wiih wedded jhhL  about a year ago. The remains were  taken to Fetntui Tor burial today.  (FViduy) in whieh eity her mother  resides. The sorrowing husband bus  ahoHtof friends in Crest-on, who ex  tend alncercal sympathy *���������������   bin heaw  Mr. atid Mrs. D. S. Timmons were \  genuinely -surprised on Friday- night  last when about thirty of theneighbors,  .young, and-old, arrived about & o'clock  tc^spend^the-evening. at:the Tininions  horse;-~and - with cards inueic and'  "dancing, and a sumptuous lunch had  a most enjciyable night* of it. The  winners at whist were Mrs. Jas. Cook  arid Mr. Palfreyman, while Miss Florence Wpod took home the low score.  ladies'' prize.  There was a fair turnout of membeis  for the annual meeting of Erickson  local nf the United Farmers on Tuesday night last. President Leveque  occupying the chair. "With very few  exceptions all last year's offie^ra were  re-elected as follows: President, L.  Leveque; vlce-1 resident, B^ A. Penson;  secretary treasurer. \W. G. Littlejohn;  executive. J. M. Craigie R. A: Palfreyman. E. S. Cuming and' B. W.  Harrison. This local can very well  claim to have been quite the most  active of the five U.F. organizations in  the Valley the past year. Considerable money was saved members  through the U.F. handling powder  purchases as well as glass, arid undoubtedly U.F. activitv had a great  deal to do with the C.P.R. deciding to  put in the new depot here this spring.  T  '  .it   GRAND THEATRE  Saturday, JANUARY  20  Seme Grttsm *  GODS .  CRUCIBLE  ^A*firmift-&hSpmm ProcWiion  JfUumamdbu    ���������**  ���������vj-VJ- ~$B0oaa*z^at5 a~rpar~~~~~~.  nvw wccHX'Xsiaimstivi~~  Taken from Bulpli Connor's   *    .,,-,.������i    4.Ti.rif    irAP...  fci*l Orfc<>      ������itj������ **~l. -0 it~.j~~.      Ji.  *v--~~\x  A picture tn.k-  EIGN-ER.  en in tho  West.  Oinadian   North  -������������������-affl  r-m  r-t-J  iM  ���������������������������  %i  ���������".*: 'a-:  ??W'  Z%  Z  " $']  PW,  * l:  -1*  m  ���������ffl  m  im  - vstm  -IS  ���������m  :?-~l  Ltrl  4  L*  mm  mm  HPIMIIMMMaiNNMIMMRMRr  ~  mmmsmmm  sss  ������������������jCTiriiwiiiwyjimjatme^imj il*^W*I������������WiCl  a^t**********!���������^^  gff8^7^^t*^g:  ���������fefr.*fc'^  -y-'  SCHE0RJEV3JJiVVaClUL.STO.N. B- G.  "I Mad Bllioiis Attacks  and Stoisiael* Weakness"  Mr������,  Wm. Robinson*, Y������m-  ker* Sask., -writes:  "I suffered from. stomacK and  liver' trouble. Vand usetl to have  bilious attacks so bad that ! could  do nothing for weeks at *% time.  My stoinach ^v,ouid be so weak  that not even a drink of water  would stay on it. On my sister's  advice, I began to use Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, and  must say that Ihej? have made tne  feel like a'new wornae.**  :****\  One pill a dose, 25 Cents a box, all dealers, or Edntftason. 'Bates  A Co., ,1it<~.., Toronto.  ta~~  .-v. g-g���������*p-g j*^. & & 4 a. 4      c  Stop   lhe Suffering And XjOss  Statistics appearing in official Government reports do notras a rule, make  very interesting reading. They are. however, frequently most instructive,,  but because they constitute what is termed "dry" reading, few people take the  trouble to study them, and the lessons conveyed, are, therefore, largely lost  to the public. The compilation of these statistic^ arid their publication cost  a loc of money. Even il' people generally do ���������*n������t read and study the facts and.  figures presented, the money is not lost nor wasted.because such information  forms the basis upon which Governments and other public bodies formulate  policies and act.  A few days ago the annual report of the director of vital statistics for the  Province of Saskatchewan lor the year 1921 was made public, and, inasmuch  as conditions in the three Prairie Provinces are -not materially different, the  information therein set forth, and tlie conclusions to be 'drawn, therefrom,  x~\a.y be considered as applicable in large measure to all these Provinces.-  According to this report, 6,170 deaths occurerd during the year, or 463  less than in the preceding year, a most gratifying fact. But there are other  facts noted in connection with this mortality record whieh are not gratifying,  nor to the credit of the people of an enlightened country. For instance, oyer  one-third of all deaths were of infants under" one year, of age. - Yet it is safe  to say that, if propr pre-natal care had been taken, and reasonable care taken  following birth, the vast majority of these little one's could have been saved.  This report discloses the fact that 311 persons died of tuberculosis. This  figure, however, was less than on.e-.half that of. 1920 wlien 6fll deaths from  tuberculosis were reported. Here, then, is another -most 'gratifying fact. It  proves that the persistent campaign being waged against the White: "Plague  is having the desired effect, and ii -wonId seem to establish the truth of ihe  statement that it is possible to stamp oat bis dresyl disease, just as yellow  fever ana smallpox-have practically been removed from the. list of diseases  which scourge the human race.     .    ...  .  Another feature of the report is not so encouraging. It records an increase of fifty per cent, in the number of deaths from cancer. The fact is  also noted that the death lisi from cancer is steadily rising, the rate being  only 18 in every 100,000 population in 1914". but. 39.3 in 192.1.'.or more than  double.  Deaths from comniunicable-diseases-in 1921 totalled 92S. or 399 less: than  in 1920, which is certainly good" news. lint before Saskatchewan boasts of  this record, it should give earnest consideration to the further statement -Sn  the report that the number of deaths, from scarlet fever "and" diphtheria was  much higher than in the pvecedmg ;.y'ear, arid 'tiiai-v.th'e estimated loss to the  Province from deaths through-*cgMiV!tnucab'le tiii^ases-"'totallecl no less-a sum  than one and three-quarter imlliousTof.* dollars. Yet we find people, including  legislators and municipal councillors, criticizing and opposing grants for public health work and prevention services, municipal hospitals and municipal  nursing services.  People   complain  bitterly  ol' the  losses   sustained   by  tlie  West  tJirougli  high  freight rates, customs tariffs, and inadequate grain marketing methods. '���������  yet they view with apparent indifference and little concern.an annual loss of j  millions of dollars, and thousands of precious lives, which loss could largely -  be overcome through the exercise of proper preventive measures and care.      * S  Some attention has been given in this column during recent weeks "to ��������� the j  important subject of immigration and Canada's need for a larger population. <  That, series of articles  was  introduced  by an argument for the creation of j  conditions which would enable people already in the countrv to make a buc-  cess of their farming activities, and thereby retain population we now have. 1  because it surely is realized that our own people are preferable to incoming  and untried immigrants.      li Si"even more important that, to the full extent  ol" our power,  we should  create  conditions which  will  save  to Canada  the  children born ln this country���������our native born.  Yet Saskatchewan alone lost through death in 1921 no less than 2.413  children under the age of one-year, and of this number over 1.200 died within  one week of birth.- That is to say. one out of every five deaths in Saskatchewan ia a baby less than seven days old. Neither an aU wise Providence nor  nature intended that such things should be, and such figures ahould^impress  the people of the West wiih the imperative*necessity of re-doubling their  efforts during this new year to prevent disease, and thereby not only save  life but mitigate much of the suffering in the world, the bulk of which Is  directly caused through disease.  Household Mints  Valuable   Recipes   For   the   Busy  -.    housewife  Baked    -   Bananas       With   ~   Sultana  _S9UC%.  %^_ cup. Sun-Maid Sultana -.raisins.  l'-cun* boiling"vvater^l cup*, sugar.   -  1 teaspoon, butter, 1 teaspoon vanilla.    "  2 tablespoons cornstarch.  8 bananas.* '  "Pull down a section of the banana  peel, loose!* the pulp irom the rest of  the peel; remove all coarse threads  and replace- fruit in its original position in the.peel. Set the bananas sn  a granite pan into the oven and cook  until the peel Is blackened and the  pulp is soft (about 20 minutes in a  moderate oven).  Cook the cleansed raisins in the  boiling water" adding water as needed.  Mix and sift the sugar and cornstarch  n**><3        r*~~l.l        t-rt       + Vtrt.       ~.rtir.t.*0.c* d.tv.       .,*" fll  UUU        ������tV4*U X\f -XXV-        laiOiJJO. tOV.J.L UUt.ll  boiling then let simmer for ten minutes, and add butter and flavoring.  Remove bananas from the peel to n  hot plate, pour the sauce over them  and serve stfonce. r  !  The Good  Old  Day*  Do Not Compare V-ery Favorably With  "Twentieth Century  ,  A Scottish journal says: Those who  lament the good old days and compare  them favorably with our own should  be told that "till the beginniiig'of^the  seventeenth century chairs ������or_ ordiu -  ary household use were - unknown  Hats were worn at mea's. . "Washing  formed no part of the morning toilet  even in Charles ll.'s time, and very  few in any "country in Europe -washed  their faces every day. Q^ie value of  forks did not become general until the  eighteenth century, and .food was1 pick-,  ed from the general dish and raised to  the mouth with the fingers.     - ���������*. -  As one reads such" records one 'comments heartily, Give 3ne" tlie  twentieth century and its ways!���������  Presbyterian. Witness. -  jp-  al*iiU������TT^KPAHyM������lS  ���������e������������v   JT^ * a  vv��������� a-.' - -    M(y  rsrr.  The Druggists All Agree,  ���������PI       >   ttvt,    . ���������.������������������������_  anat   rssmasa s   is Bess  Delicate Party Cake  y2 cup butter, 2 cups flour.  4 egg whites, % cup hot water.  " V2 cup nut meats, 1 teaspoon lemon  juice.  %  cup Sun-lVlaid raisins.  2 teaspoons baking powder.  1 \-Z- cups ^sugar.  Cream together the butter and  sugar; .sift'.'together the flour and baking powider; put the hot water into  the butter, and then gradually add  the flour and baking powder..;ZLastly.  beat in the beaten whites of the eggs.  Sake in two layers in a 'moderate  oven. Put together -with a ^filling  made by running the raisins and nuts  through a meat grinder,. adding the  lemon and a little confectioner's sugar  and thoroughly blending. "Frost top I the  with, a white.icing and decorate with;  candied or maraschino Cherries.  The oldest corn remover on the  market is Putnam's Corn Extractor,  and it is the best. " Your corns will  ~~V~ drop out after a few treatments  with this painless remedy. Failure  impossible.      Refuse a substitute  for  Putnam's,"' 25c everywhere.  Saskatchewan School .:.>"*  Trustees  Association  Lift Off with Fingers  Cascarets" 10c  Best   Bowel   Laxative  When   Bilious,  Constipated  ,+X.X ... M������>M������**H*tW.*������������������>f ���������  To clean out your bowel* without  cramping or overact lag. take Cascaret:*. Sick headache, biliousness,  gaat-H indlgeHtlon, aour, upset Htonmch  and all hucIi. dlntreas Koran by inorniufc  Nlceat pliyBlc oa earth for Bicwnupa  and children. 10c a toot. Taste like  candy.  Rather Ag-gre������.sive  "Tfow do yn.1 lite** fir-hrx*}, m;- llttl"*  rfarlinff'.1" anked the fond mother, after  IiIh first day ar. tu: hot.il.  "It'H fine," h* replied. 'Tv������ linked  tytrn hovq s^rftnl)- for / ���������-���������* 111 ru; ni*  motlwr'H llctle darling."  An  Important Ruling   -  Money May Bo Recovered If Wrong  Person Paid  A ruling of importance to"banks has  been delivered la the Court of Appeal,  Montreal. Under it, whoever pays a  debt to a person believing him to be  tlie creditor of the debt, but who is  not, nmy recover agalnat lhe person  receiving payment.  on this principle an appeal by the  flank of JTochelnga to recover a sum  of I-I73.05 paid by them to A. Alalhieu  Rl. al in error, when the actual creditor wan the trustee of tha eatute of the  lute Hon. "Wilfrid Prorost, wufj maintained.  Soft, eornw ure dllflcult; to eradicate,  bur. i-iffiiowuy'**-! Cora , JHtemover will  draw lh������ni out painlessly.  Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little  ���������'Freezone" on an aching corn, instantly that corn stops hurting, then shortly you lift it iight off with fingers.  Truly!  Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of  "Freezij^e" lor a few cents, sufllclent  to remove every hard corn, Boft com,  or corn betwen the toes, and the calluses, without soreness or irritation.  Mahogany veneer Is being uaed Jn  BuKland for the surface. of airplane  wings as tills material successfully  withstands "ftll kinds of weather.  Minard's Liniment for Burns A. Scalds  An ounce of Iceep-your-moTnth-Hiiut  la worth a pound of try-to-square-your-  self.  Tf   -rvmHiodj-    wot!id    nnl.<  n\i*fi    :'?U   '.)ii'    t'A]    fr,*;    '.; ���������   '.If-'  r>n* lonrr. d^llrrbtfti'l hIUU--.  Look to- Your Eyes  Beautiful Eyes, Hke fine  r������*rh, are tb* tetulr<.iC*tinilte\r  Cure, rll*! cla-iEy 111a tit Muririr  intkta i-^rn <:.l������!i4r un.l iimcilttir.  Rnjr>v������hl*. ttatmti-n. flr.lrl ami  Kecommr'ii-ilffd hv A\l Drndrjl-<r*.  &y&~������~. t f-x~p v vkiff? m.  g g &,4U>������ ������* ������ -"r-'tyZ  j.nll  th*  i. .  Pioneer   Manitoba   Fruit Grower  Diet  A,..    r\   SUvftuton, "Manitoba phmerr  fruit   grower. Is  dead   in Cnlllornla  a  iiZ\><-it hIui^i?. Mr, BtflveiiHOii wiih  '���������tiisiunv, the llr?;l :'ariu#rn ol'.thft west  y?j n^lir u .'-u������.���������(:������*.-;.*> oi ������nu/. ^ruvviiiH.  \*>n t\\f. Mfr'v'crr.fori I'urni a t.v. n������U***K  'itiurt.Uv.'.xi ttl .Vlorden, evriry varlntv ol  ���������'Kr������i;ill irull, Irom Mini wberrlcH lo  ! pt-rit-tu-H,  wn<i Krown  I - -- - -  i A "Kkiuw-; rinici (.���������'Idoiii ii-ii ll^-r-i how  jdMjii'    (H.H    ���������>������������������������>'nt    .:M Ih until  lif i'<x*n  j ti.ttl:i-- I������ > hi;; lo rnul{������������ Imr wi**hen ������t������tin-  I I rin-.  Uukias worraa be expelled front the  system,   no   child   cam   he   healthy.  Mother OravM' Worm Kxtermlnator Is  uix excel lent medicine t.o dcaftroy  worms.  Eighth. Annual Convention tc "be Held  -..yZ. ��������� -j  in Moose 'Jaw: **.:'/,  ���������'The -Eighth1 Annual   Convention   of  **���������*������-.   CJ��������� '���������v-��������� x'.vr r  ry'j.v^ j. - t   .-.-..   -������-^..   ���������--.  "���������"   ������j*aK������ii.*:ii.Uiiia>������iili uOilUUi HUSICCS   J1l.!������-  sociation^will be beld in St. Andrew's  Presbyterian Church, Moose Jaw,  -Sask., on Wednesday, "rhursday. Fri-  ��������� day,"*February the 21st. ������2nd and Bird,  .1.923..' "_������������������  },. ' ;*-���������'- "'  "Each school disti-ict in the province  is- entitled to send a delegate who can  be appointed at the annual nreeting or  b3" the trustees themselves. -The expenses * of tlie delegates can* be paid by  school district.  ''"������������������The.aiiiitKiI nieniliership 'fee 'is $2.00  and should be forwarded a.t;once with  the name of the delegate.and.the district, "to the Secretary, J. ~H.-!5Cunning-  ham, 1920 Smith Stv "Regina^ ��������� i-'  Delegates are requested tioj secure a  single *fare iirst-class,-,railw/iy:t,-tj9ket I  over ^every,t-railway. ti^vjellie^ffi} g-tj jibe |  -saine time obtain frosVi the <ag'ent a I  standard certiflcate." if tbe'.^agent ;has~ j  no stantlard certificates.. get., si rpceipt |  i'or the money paid.  The fare of all delegates will'be  pooled. All resolutions rati st. be in  the hands of the Secretary, 1920 Siiiiih  St.,- 'Regina'i before February 10th.  Itesolutions should be sighed by trustee or-district sending them in." ���������"*  This year's convention will be -the  anost Important to date and ..-lndlca-.'  tions are that the attendance will exceed that of iuxy previous jrears.  Among the speakers already arranged for, are. Hon. Chas." A. Dunning,  Premier of Saskatchewan; AH. Ball,  ������E.A., L.Ii.B., Deputy^Iinister ot Education; J.'I-I. McKeclmie, M.A., D.Paed?  Chief School Inspector; Archibald  Mitchell, Forestry Department; John  McKay, B.A,, B.D., President of Manitoba College; Norman McKaye* ccle-  brsited Canadian entertainer.  Invitations have been extended to  Hon. MacKenzie Ifihg, 'Premier of  Canada; Prof. Walter Jessup, ..President of the ���������University of Iowa; Prof,  Lotus Cofl'maim, Dean of the College  of Education, University of Minnesota; President Simalto, University of  Washington, Seattle; Prof. Holden, of  Chicago, the most eminent agricultural  authority in America.  Through the kindness of the Camv  dlnn Pacific Railway Company, the  wonderful moving picture fllms of Can-  ndlan scenery will be exhibited at the  evening sessions,  Through the courtesy of the .Leader  Publishing Company, a radio concert  will be put on for half an hour' be Core  each evening aesalon.  Danes Corning id Canada  Two  Hundred   Danish   Families   Planning  to   Take   Up   Farming  -- ���������  Here  On account of the .great unemployment in Denmark, 200 families. aU farmers, of the northern part ot Jutland,  intend to emiEi'^'- to Oaowl-8*. 't i*  stated that the Canadian Government  bas promised to place land "and':-facilV  ties at"their disposal.^-; : ���������/ ZZi  Representatives of' the erujgrants  have .asked the Government, for -financial help to make the voyage to the  Dominion, but they have not yet had  an answer to their reciuest.  MitTU'Cb!  iffV      II       H    ������������������"���������_.  i    m     q.  Clean Chiid?s tsowels with  "GaHfornia Fisr SvrtiD"  Even a sicli child loves the. *'fruity**  taste of "California Fig Syrup." if the  little tongue is coated, or lf your child  is listless, cross, feverish, full of cold,  or has colic, a teaspoonful Will" never  fail to open the bowels. In a"-few  hours you -caff see for yourself how  thoroughly it works all the constipation poison, sour bile and waste from  the tender, little bowels and gives you  a well, playful "child again.:���������-jPZ'  Millions of mothers keep "Galiforjiia  Fig Syrup" liandy, "They Itnow a teaspoonful today saves a sicls child tomorrow. As*k your druggist for genuine "California Fig Syrup" which has  directions for babies and children of  all ages printed on bottle. Mother"?  You must say ."California" or you may  get an Imitation fig syrup.  ,      His Vse  "So your wife likes to have you go  shopping with her, does she?"  "Yes. she gets me to make ������������������the  selection and then she takes something else."  Embarranslno  "Why ilmt'l you prnlfle your wUVfl  cooking once In a while? It makes  hm* feel gootl,"  ���������"I'm afraid to try. Every time I  hit u-nyM*-*!*.*!)** hi particularly nloe It  1nrn������ out to he Homefhlng that wiih  purcluiHi-il al the ������tonv,"���������Boston  Trai������!:rrli>t.  W.     N.     U.    U'ts'd  fif\,n.~~fC-'*   Liim������������������rtt   for   Nourdlgla  X?oi Inhnitu mid ChU<dr������*i-t  Al way* bears   ^-^     ���������       m un.nn.���������>  ibe jr-iT*'   _* JJ~-u3rj?ml*~--ljZZ~  CtemenoeQj.1 Sayo Caro*er lo Over  Georges Clemenceau, France's noted  war-time  premier,  returned  to  Paris  from a thirty-nine day    trip   to    thi  United States. lie Indicated by a  few casual phrases that if there wan  any import to his visit the American  people   would   get   it.      "They   have  jgot net-tit. nuouuhZ' ho declared,  lie added that for him, his Journey  was- the ehapter that ended his  ���������career, ���������������  Apples   Kept  for   Five   Years  Alterations in a cold storage plant  iir Zlllah, Wash., uncovered three  boxes of apples that hail been kept  chilled I'or Ave years. The fruit is in  excellent.condition. ��������� .  *   - .      ��������� ������������������ ���������** ,  ������������������.*������������������   ��������� -^  Children who are over-thin,  llBtlesa or delicate, should take  Scott's Emulsion!  regularly every day as an  old to growth and aturdiness.  Nothing surpasses Scott'* 2  j&mntulmton am nt ionic-nutri-m  snt for a. child of any. age. ������  RhcqUJc nowne.roronto. Out. W.-Oijf  China  nnd  Sumatra are  pracllcally  Immune from appendicitis.  Tlrunxa, capital o.f Albania,  the "top capital" of Europe,  \h  now  SMOKING TOBACCOS  "7 Natural L������(\f,     ,  "Vlrelnla-Ilurlfty "Mlxturo, l ll>. -,  roc  KKtru. Kino liurloy^t tb. ���������..,   7Qc  "Mfidlnva Ktrrnrrth  ���������T'\1r!f,v, 1 11) soc  Havoim Mixture, 1 lb.  roc  tVhlle It liuite nurt, 1 ll>  -tac  ~* Hi. lot |tio]i(ti(l by nuitl .,..,   *f3.D0  Durnard'a Tobnccon, Uenminoton, Ont.  _      ���������������������������    MONEY ORDEKS  Jt ii Always s.'iic to rciicI a I loiiiinion Ivc-  ptc~~ Money Order. l*i������c Uollot-M vo.is threw  ���������cents.  Minard's Liniment for Ftheum^tiaim  FOR SA.LE  WONl>BRFU I,    VAI,r ��������� K~H.  color.**,      Rfi tuple*.      S'n-i*.���������  aeoi-Relown Woollen Mil la, Out.  **.- "a  1  **   ������.  jJ f   c  -* ������  <*- <  Zll'ft-  YARN -  aud  4\  m  .i"Jt  "*^5t?fl  <���������"   i *  \~-*4~\  ���������ffl  f'l  f"-i  ���������** *. **���������  4%'jTyl  ' 'f ~i\  ���������<feS *  :< -.  '���������Lh.  >~i  ���������<*"l  >1  ���������ft.  :-V..**l  ������������������%:  -r  y  "-^  My.  *>]  ���������*'i  *'<  m  I  'ii  *-* lm~*. .x '������������������������������������t.**������tn*ill*������J������^l^^  mmm  ���������i^~444~^m~~i~~-^^ <!~~<~~<<~*_~1~h~^*t_~~J  US. Utatx^*,^-~m^^  mm  Mm MBjfewtMi-u.hiu^.1.-^.^  MM  VtotHtoltJltttM***-*^ ^-^.^���������s-ja^-a-aBm-afew  ~~m  ieMmtaB  Lrf  THE   CRESTON  REVIEW  League cl Nations  Talk at Institute  ������.?"��������� ,-   .                            ^ i~            -a     ~ McLaren, Mrs. M. X"  The ehfth-v������as nnnimied bv Di-esident ,           \              ,    ������������������a M���������,_,���������������,���������    m,  .������'.  n h.,,.i������-r*a    vtriiit  ihpnWspwe institute   Work  and Meinoss���������Ms  i*. C. Gar-land,   with  the nex. secie MnEiHsiydeniMr8.G, A.M.T.mng  The initial 1923 session of, Creston  Valley Women's Institute in-the Parish Hull on Friday afternoon, proved  to be one of the. busiest in the history  of the organization, it being almost  5.30 before tha slate-was- cleared of  business and adjournment could be  tak<*n.  rp^*  Mi.��������� ��������� ��������� _ ��������� -  larv^  Mrs.   James   Cherrington,   duly  " installed.and aftereonsiderable routine  business   had   been - disposed    of   the  , ladies were favored with An address i\p  ���������the "League of Nations** by Kev. H.if  old   Varley.   rector-of ChTi-st Church..  Creston.   who in   interesting   fashion  sketched the  rise and   scope   of the  League, emphasizing the  paint   that  it was  a   permanent  fixture in inter  national   affair due   to   its   being   of  divine origin.    In connection with the  league   Mr.   Varley    emphasized    th������������  necessity   of    the    electorate   casting  their ballots for men of ability in view  of the lixctr that any one of the many  elected representatives naigh"* be railed  as one of the  Canadiandelegates on  the League of Nations.  _     A   resolntion   .from   Creston   Great  War Veterans aski ng the Institi i te ,1 o  endorse a  resolution  to be forwarded  the federal authorities requesting that  Arrnlstice'Day be made the legal Canadian Thanksgiving Day, was lajul over  for furthest Consideration.  Mrs. "Lyne reported fully on correspondence she had had with the feder  al- department of '{migration in connection with the influx of Orientalis.,  in which the Ottawa authoritie ��������� out  lined regulations that had recently  been adopted that should considera bly  restrict the incoming of Chinese. Due  to certain treaty regulations the control of the Japanese was not ������o easy.  .   JSSlSS j,3.0������iuvo,<   ww um   io \.*a an- uric vtttrv  week lecturing on dairy wt������'k^������t the  short course school in agriculture, will  be tendered reception at th*# home c������f  president Thursday afternoon Us  ,. which all -the Institute members and  friends were invited.  fKe 2Sieet committee to *>trike the  Institute standing committees reported  their selections,-the recommendations  being adopted ' without amendment,  and the makeup of the committees is  as follows: ___  Home "Economics���������Mrs. James Maxwell, Mrs. Fred Smith.  Legislation���������Mrs. C. F. Haves, Mrs.  John W. Dowi.  .    Immigration���������Mrs.    H,     i^yne   and  Mts. B. Mallandaine. .���������  Agriculture���������-Mrs.      George     Cartwright. Mis. T. M. Edmondson.  Publicitv���������Mrs. James Cherrington.  Pjibli������- Health  and Child Welfare���������  Mra: J. W. Hamilton and Mrs.   Kend  erson.  Education and Better Schools���������Mrs.  C. B. Garland, Mrs. S. A. Speers.  Social -and    Musical���������Mra       P.   G.  Ebbutt and Mrs. B. B. Staples  Local Neighborhood Needs���������Mrs. U.  "ocang.  Card of  --tt w  ,m nansss  . Mr, ;and.'.Mrs. Leslie Mclnnes take  this meansvHto -������-cpress their grateful  thank* to^tli'e millbaen and all those  other -Wig"htfftrs who worked so hard  to save" *tlieir:h<>iiseh������l/d effects in the  best "possiMeWcondition on Thursday  last. Al8rt^or:-ihe many kindnesses  shown aijv**-'"  Profitable Opportunities  Home Industries���������Mrs. Arthur Atkinson. Mrs. C. G. Bennett.  Miss Annie Smith pleased all with a  well selected piano suit*, and the tea  hostesses w^ere t he directors, Mesdames  O. B. Garland, John S. Hayden, R. B.  Staples. James Cook and H. Lyne.  ���������0-Z(-i..0l- ,   ..p..-*���������������--v.--    . -  HouseIFob^-Sal-b���������-Lot 6.  Creston';Iv^asteifed   insid  water;    /ilsoLbt- 7,. Block  rs.~-.niii etr*  -tpuMti.vjti.  Block 28,  e   and   out.  IS.      Pi ice.  Bos 608,   Cranbrook,  Money for Relief Work  Creston Red Cross Society having  been reorganized in November, _192J,  for  the sole purpose of  establishing a  C;ATTL������tSTRAY \  Came to the premsises of the undersigned first* week lb' December, three  head of cattle���������fcwcif . heifers and one  steer.; Steer*^is black and white; one  heifer red, moo1ev; ntE.er heifer is  Jersey!" showing ringwordh. Owner  can have same on proving propertv  and paving expenses. L. N. LEAMY,  ��������� Creston.  Red  UrosH  ������ublic  **���������>  Si;.   .  district,   and  this object  having been  abandoned  ra, accordance   with 'a.resolution passed at a general "meeting  .on April.-13, 1922, and all memberships  having expired  in   June  Snd  July   of  last vear,- and not ht-ee  renewed, the |  executive of the bran-v'h met   Moriria y  to consider the question of  the disposal of t he funds still   on  hand, union nt  iug  to $131.    $50  of this amount was  voted to the school "board   to   be used  for a drinking fountain  and   sink   in  the primary room, and  a   relief .com-  tnittee   was  formed   to- dispose of the  balance a* needed   for  the  purpiwe of  n lief. * This committee consists ruUMrs.  Garland, Mrs. Henderson, Mrs. Speers,  Mrs. F.-Smith and"Mrs.-J.  W.   Hamil  ton.   and   the-v   will be  arc  offered to-day for   investment in.  Government and Municipal Bonds,  ���������yielding a high return.  The purchase  or sale of s-uchsccuxiti scan be arrang- -  ed at any of our branches.  Our monthly list of ofFerangs will  be sent on req������B������_s-^,  - "6?1  HE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  PAID-UP CAPITAL       -        -        f&S&SS  RESERVE FUND - - $15,000,000  CRESTON BRANCH. CL G. Bennett, Manager.  SAWMILL PLANT  DONKEY ENGINE, CableandBlocks  STOCK of LUMBER  STANDING TIMBER  any cases of needs. wuit:ii't������e' *������sn>.s a*^ ,  their disposal will he"ayailabSs'for. !  NOTICE TO CREDITORS  of First Meeting where Assignment  Bade���������BankffupUy Act.  Assessment District  Notice is hereby given  that a Court of Revision  and Appeal, under the pro-  provisions of the *'Taxation  Act" and "Public Schools  Act," in respect of the  Assessment Rolls for the  year 192p, for the Nelson  Assessment District, will be  held at the Court House,  Nelson, B.C., on Monday,  the 29th day of Januaryr  1923, at 10 o'clock in the  forenoon.  Dated at Nelson, B.C., this  10th day of January,1923.  >". JAME3 O'SHEA,  Judge of the Court gf Revision and Appeal.  In the matter of the estate of Walter  V.' Jackson,   of   Creston,   in   the  Province    of ������ Britls-h    Columbia,  "Rancher"authorized assignor.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  Walter V. Jackson, of Creston in the  Province of British Coluiulna. did on  the 6th dav of January, ATD. 1M23.  make an authorised assignni^nt to the  underBigned. -     ���������'   ��������� ",^,���������  NOTBCE IS FURTHER GIVEN  thafc the first meeting: of the Credi'ors  in the^above estate wi!! hp held at. the '  office of. C. B.; Garland. Ciestc.n,  British Goiumbia, on the 27th 4av of  January 1*923 at 2 o'clock fn-^-the  afternoon.  To entitle you to vote thereat proof  of vour claim must be lodged with ni**  bnfore the meeting ia held.  Proxies'to. Iie.-iised "at <he meeting  must he lodged with me pric>r thieretjj.  AND FIJRTHEK TAKE NOTICE  that if you have any claim against  the Debtor for which vou a ie entitleil  to ranis, proof of such claim must be  filed with me within thirty days from  the date of this notice for, from and  after the expiration of the timo fixed  b v subsection 8 of sect ion 37 of the  said Act I. *hall distribute the proceeds  of the deh1*br'H estate among the  parties i-ntitled thereto haying regard  only to the claims of which I have  then notice.  Dnted at Nelson British Columbia,  -thin Fifteenth day of January 1923.  JAMES H. HOVLB.  Authorized Trustee.  Sealed separate Tenders for the above, mentioned articles, endorsed "Tenders for Purchase  ol Saw Mill, eta." will be received  by the  _.    ...    'j TinderMgned up till 12 o'clock noon os the 29th  ol������d tohear of I day of January,4923: ���������    ���������.  "*..*    L.     .Li-   .~ i   ��������� .      _y  _; .   ���������._ -m,���������   -  $Arr -~t.il.~~. t-juaist m  CapsMjity20,000 feet per 10-hour day,  _   and including :'  Engines:   lSonth-wark 12x14 complete centre  crank Pickering governor.    .  ^ ���������  -l,*������'zl2'HS and C class A Heavy "Duty  ��������������������������� horizontal steam engine with side crank  48 x 12 Fly "Wheel, belted governor with  automatic stop.      " ,_   . ���������. ,y  Wheland 3 Block carriage mm neavy -aieiior.  feed;   2.15-16 saw arbour. ^~  Wheland 3-saw edger complete.   Cut off saw  frame arid arlKrar.  Set of trimmers, homemade.  Boiler:   66 x. 58 Murray  Iron  Works return  tubular S00 lbs.  pressure,  coiaap ete  -witn  twin safety valves, whistle, water coiumn  steam guage, injectpr.   Set m Jbnck with  Dutch oven front                                  ���������    .  Pump:   Fairbanks-Morse duplex 41-2x3x4.  Planer and Matcher:   Gowan No. 249, 34 x b to  to match 11-2x16. complete with joinjer  heada    matcher   heads   with "expanding   shimer and flooring heads regular equipment with 14 x 18 tight and loose pulleys.  Blower and pipe for removing  shavings  from planer. .? ~   ���������'���������*.������������������'    ���������    ���������  Carriers:   To carry sawdnst from main saw  and edger to Dutch -oven.   Heavy endless  chain to carry away slabs and refuse.  Main drive shaft 3 7-16.  ���������: -  Steam  Hdi Water  Heating  Sheet Metal Work.    A good stock of Pipe  dnd Pipe jFittings on band.  K W RYCKMAN  -Cr^S'*"������  M&~f~f *** thm Tim������  'gr   &-JJQmVBMm������-.   "mt__~WS~Wi  tor yWissier  ��������� ..-\~~~w ���������  .rv*'  I DONKEY ENGINE  10 x 12 "Washini'ton Iron Works, complete with  valves, whistle, lubricator, etc, and about a  mile or*" main line and haulbaek. Also a  few heavy blocks. **  &TOCKOF LUMBER IN.VAI?D  Approximately 500,000 feet board measure.  Good assortment.  TIMBER LICENSES  y  '    Numbers 5146 and 7149, c-ontaing approximately Ten Million feet good merchantable timber.  Terms cash, or cash with deferred payments  satisfactory to *Land Settlement Board maybe  arranged. Cheaue equal in amount to 5 Per  Cent, of bid must accompany each tender.  The above Plant, Timber; etc,, is situated at  Camp Lister, near Creston. B.C., and can be  viewed at any timo on application- to Captain  A. H. Rowbcrry, Land Settlement ''Board,  Camp Lister, H~G.   -  Highest or any  cepted.  Tender not necessarily ac  JAMES PATERSON,  Tdingsff  Parliament  Land ScttlementjBoard,  Victoria, B.C.,  Doc. 12,1922.  Purchasing Agent,  ������t Buildlngsf*  Victoria, lB.C.  We have just the kind of-Lumber you need  IU   trttj   l/ltts*    rt*-ran..  ��������� i  Protect your house  from Eire by  building a Brick Chimney  We have the Brick !  >  '*\ -  Also Lime, Cement, Shingles, Lath, Mouldings, &c  Canyon City Lumber Company  LIMITED  JERSEY BULL  ESTRAY      .  Came to the prennaes of the undersigned on or about December 16, 1022.  one Jersey bull, about Jwo years old.  nohrand3 viwible. Owner can have  flame on provinffjntr������������periy."^V-I^iS?  expenses. PETEH      NEOEFERO,  Oreston.  DEPARYMEKT QF UMDS  MARE AND COLT ESTRAY  Came to-the mill premises of Canyon  City Lumber Company, Ctd., at  Canyon City, on or about the first of  the week in December, on������ hav inure  with <i star on forehead, with bay  suckiriB colt. Owner can have same  on proving property and paying all  expense.  For a long time we have been unable  to offer such values as these!  NOTICE I  NOTICE  jjijjpiloatiQH for SiazSiigPifiiis  for the Season of 1923.  Application for permits to griwe  livestock on tho Crown range within  each  grazing  diatrict of the Province  ���������vf Britlalt Golun-iblK, rwiwt bellied with  tho District Forester at Crnnbrook*  Fort Georgo.ll ami oops, Nelson, Prince  Rupert, Williams Lake, Vancouver  and Vernon, or with tho Commi������aoncr  of GrABing. Parliament BnildlnffH,  Victoria, li.C, on or before March 15,  1923.  Blank forms upon which to submit  appllcittioria may he obtained from the  District Porontors nt the nbove named  pincra, ar from t-Vm 1Vpnrl.mcnl. of  Lands at Victoria,  B.C.  Q.H. NADEN,  Deputy' Mi nl������ter of Lantftit.  Department of r^ands.  Victoria, B.C., January 4, I0BRI.  yar  Tho   Goat    Mountain   Waterworks  Oonipan v. Limited, hereby g've notice  that it ~ma applied to tno Board of  Investigation fir nn oi der extendi ng  nntitSlflt Decern ber, 1025, tho Schedule  of Toll* which It is now authorized to  charge for water, except that thv  charge for wMnhlnff niaenlnes driven  bv water shall be 82,00 per month,  and then only with special permission,  in writing. ������t the option of the Com  pany*  A copy' of thc s}-~li. -Schedule ban  bcen filed in the office of tho Water  Recorder at Nelson, and at the Comptroller at Victoria, B.C.  The application will be heard in the  board room. Parliament Bui Id iu ors,  Victoria, B.C., on Monday������ the 20th  of January, 1*023. lit 10 a.m.  Objections to the application shall  be tiled with tho Board of Investigation  tn writing before fche 22nd of January,  "8o2o!, ti-n.- l5ic-y Vt/liE not bu tul:en Into  consideration.  Dated at Creston thia SOLh day of  Decern-ber, lt>22.  THIS GOAT MOUNTAIN WATER*  WORKS COMPANY, Limited.  36-inch Scrim, taped borders at per  in White and Cream ,  Scotch Madras, 36-irtch, 45c;  45-inch at per yd. ���������  Nottingham Lace Net, 36-incjh, at per yard ���������  ;-  ���������  m  t2 o������ly handpainted China Cups and Saucers, each -  K^sp'Htiii'S s*kiai3*s %>"5SO sieuci fciustTiiceri eacn "~~ "******  25c  ^^_   __^^^ ^mg_ ^n^^ |^m|g*| xtmga^ ^|i m ggs  tegs| gffijgjj jjfflgg^k js^^   fijl  tmk 0 ***nS^* ^ El     ^^^^ ij^^^^ i^^^l ^s^ ^^s *^J^^^ fflS  ^^k Ly ^m^y  -rai^n ra  j^l ******a^^ ^y^^ffl     ^a     j^^^^b n   ^q ',.-��������� ^s -wr wm ^Bgmm ta   ^st u^ i^w    m hm   *np     n     bq  RSBDP HH ^~ntmW    ^pw^   ���������*������������������*��������� ^   **** "******* ~~  LIMITED  ~msmsm~mmmm~mm  9SSSSS1  ~m~mz  ~mn~mm  m~m~~~m~m.~fmsm4-a^^  ~m^m^s~msmsmm~~  ~nw~wmm.~~~~W~ii~m  '���������--[', ������������������r0-.rr,j;--:~--r.-r.,,.-,,l^  ,���������..,--~.... ,  mm  ~m li z  *;"���������  ��������� 'P .  Z.-'  t  ~~~mmmwmm  ii f     t*s*JV  SjBJ&'WTrjHl'WP- Cr J m I iai ft TTC ft Wi JPJfr*~ <StS~~  Bnsriii '       ' ci m 4*   /jf-^ 1    pr w        11 -1 *���������  iBn| flO^I '        ^*^lw rfQa 4a^ aB^jffliirffl H B  aj 191     <m |flB| djf   Mmil [W*i"tH| ^O^'SSI   fl Iff" QH&  MM MM ^M^^ WSeSw   ^SSUr  mmSHr^^      ���������"pW^  ^BP ^t^mw^ m~m ^H^' ^W^^    ^W^������    ^^^"^W -^^M    WM ^^H^^tBt^ImBb ������BPwPi****M(  When 'Nature requires assistance,, she  will not be -slow in conveying lo you  aa intimation of thc fact. Decline of  energy, inability to sleep well, headache, biliousness, constination, a-general sluggishness of mind and'body and  any sign of digestive "unrest'' should  impel ^you to sefck the aid. ol a reliable  medicine without delay. There is no  better���������no surer���������no safer-���������than this  net  Nature  back'  to -T .  novinai  action  Ann** I   From   CSormnnnv  proven remedy.  vBTm^wL .     Di * - Hi j<S*"*jffl   Ni    Ha   Ml  ^���������^^mi#ML M~%~*^M~. JL. A  Sold  everywhere  in boxes  f  25c������-40pills  50c���������90 pills  A~. Greater Canada  Letter Is R������celv*o*tS by "Dominion Command of Q.W.V.A,  "Hut a few dollnrn from you would  make Joyful hearts ami tlio thought ot  you v/ill bring uh ne������rnr together," is  the appeal container! in u, letter received by the Domini uu Command, Great.  War Veteran:;' Au'ioclation, faoui lh<u  German National Association on behalf of cripples, wldowr-i nrul orphan*)  oC the Great4 War. The letter, whieh  was vfi'ittoii In -Uernian, waa signed by  Alt'gred "Brandhorst, and waa forwarded'from a .suburb'of Berlin.  "Franco," he writer, "knows no  limits of hatred, and u new vvlu: lu at  tho gates, perhaps within a short  time. The thought of it." he adds,  "make a ub shiver, au wo know how  much now misery will he brought  through it."  Herr* BrandUorHt appeals to tha  G.W.V.A. to "work with us towards  the end of having people brought to  an understanding."  "I Can Mow Bo My Work  Mrs. A. MotlhaM, Roxton Fell*, Que,  write*������  "1 ������uif<ered from u run-d>wn system  and n<rvou������ -debility,. I. could not .'Jeep or  p-**t ������t Tii-cKt. and felt; ���������*>(> wr-ik I c-mtld .-mt  -i*-Zx~: any dbtaacc. 3 tool; r.-evrru!  tonic*, but iHicy only helped mc  whale 1 was taking them. Mother  adviioul anc to take Dr. CibaaeV  Nerve Food, and i idt great benefit from lhc firvt Jbox��������� and continued taking; oeveral boxes., Today ������ if eel like a. new woman*, and  ���������am able to do my work without  that  drc-adfu!  tired   feeling/1  BR. CHASE'S  NEEVE  F*OOI>  BO Cents a hex, ail dealers,, or Edinaimon, Baton. A Co., l~t~~\., Toronto  With (the closing of the year, and the, dawning of a new year with all its  possibilities and opportunities, lt is inevitable that, the thoughts of a sano and  progressive'people should tern to questions having to do with the further development, the prosperity, the happiness and contentment of their own land.  ABd In talcing that forward look* Canadians will surely realize that, when all  other subjects have been discussed and analysed, the one thing needed above  nljt othera to promote the welfare of their "Dominion la a largely augmented  population. That is to say, the subject is, and must continue to be, a paramount issue in 1923 and succeeding"years until Canada can. rejoice in a population commensurate to its-vast area and almost inexhaustible wealth of natural  resources.*'. *..���������*'���������' "^ ' ~  It makes little difference which one of the numerous-problems confronting Canada as a nation is examined; in practically every instance it will be  found that the problem is acute because there are so few people to handle it.  The amount of taxation that has to be carried, "Federally, Provlncially or-_as  municipalities or, school districts, is unduly burdensome because there are too  -few people among whom It can be distributed.     There are losses in railway  operation because of the enormous mileage required in a country stretched-for  thousands of miles across a continent and inhabited .by a mere handful of  ���������people. - -, School -houses: erected and. teachers employed to instruct a small  group-of children whereas-,doubte the number could be provided for at practically the same expenseT-and even these small groups have to be collected  from unreasonably^ longjlistances in all too numerous cases.  :    ^he;construction roads, telephones.-the maintenance.of postal routes and  other services through districts haying such scanty population that the services in question pass by miles of unoccupied, lands and ai*e consequently "excessive in cost to the few who haA'.e to :pay, or be denied such services. .    '  :        Every quarter section or half! section'of..land to be settled on means a  lessening of burdens for the occupant of every other quarter section in the  same district.-     It means tiie possibility of better schools, better roads, better telephonei service, better postal and transportation facilities.      It means  bringing the doctor, the dentist, the ehurcli, nearer the farm home.    It means  better marketing facilities in the nearby-jnarket town, better stores iii which  to make purchases, better selection of goods to choose Irom, improved service  all round, - ...  The people of Canada <-un hardly fail to appreciate the truth-of these  things, yet for some reason or other the average man displays little or no  active interest-in the great national question of immigration, and such interest  as the arerage man does display seems "to find expression in the urging of  objections to any and every policy -that is advanced to promote the incoming  of new settlers, whereas the interests of all.would bgsfc Hoe "Served by urging  the .advantages .to be derived" from such additions to ''������������������the .���������������������������wealth"'; producing*  Do Large Breaths Hurt ?  Is Your Chest Wheezy ?  Proper treatment is a vigorous rubbing ot the chest, neck and sore side  with good old Nerviline. This wonderful liniment sinks Into the tissues  where the pain Is Beated and gives in-  slant relief. That catch disappears,  all sense of soreness goes quickly.  Just try Nerviline for chest tightness.  coughs, colds and soreness. It's .a  wonderful liniment, saves the whole  family ..from numerous minor ills and  should be In every home. Large bottles-, 35c at- all dealers.   -  "YOUR TEETH"  THE  Rea  H  "M.JL>���������  SCISSORS  TEET  By  Proctor    McGoo,  .3., Pittsburgh,  Pa.  Where Horses Arc Safe  Our grand business undoubtedly is  not to see what" lies dimly at a distance, but to do what clearly lies at  hand.���������Thomas Carlyle.'  THE WAY TO BE WELL  Good     Health     Maintained     Through  Richf Red Blood .    i  There    are    mansr men and women  incisor is   the "Latin name  for scissors.     The four front teeth above and  the four front teeth below ate called  the incisors because    tbey    cut    like  Bcissors.      They were really intended  to cut food, but it seems to be customary to use them to cut threads, bite  off cigar ends,  sharpen lead  pencils  hold pins, nails, pillowslips, packages  tickets, transfers and    anv thing   else  that requires a third hand;.      The two  large  teeth in the  centre  above  are  called the upper central incisors.    The  two little ones in the centre below are  the lower central incisors.     The teeth  on  each  side of the  central  incisors  above and below are- tbe lateral incis-  ��������� ors" or side cutters.     If you will notice  your  own   front  teeth,  you  will  find  xilCAC    ������f������    ~~xa~~3   ttttru. xl.^  wuiu^u   u   t tl     upper teeth close in front of  who,  every tew weks.,  have spells  of m t.  weakness, during wnich time tney are : the lower teeth. lliey pass each,  little better thau fnvaiids; yet at other | other just like the blades of a pair of  times they feei very well. Why does' scissors. These teeth enable us to  their "health fluctuate so? __ j bite    off    foods. ' particularly    bread,  in the case ot men worry and over-   ���������    .   ���������        , '     , . ���������, .  strained nerves are usually respbn-i fmits and vegetables. They support  sible toi^this state of unfitness anain-Uhe centre of^the lips and help to give  No Danger of Having Thtni Stot';;*? in  ���������New York  New York may have thug.> of virtually   every   description,   but   ������.   h*on*>*-  thief Is ulmoit unknown In tb-- sreai-  ��������� er city.      A horse 1������ probably ;-.=> safe  " anywhere    In     New     York  as   its   l!&������  most  rural   and hone-st  ham let in th������  t'ntted States*.      Take the* olliciHi records   o������   the   Police     lieparunea*-.     as  authority   for    the    statement that in  the first ten months    of   the    curreni  year but four horses have been stolen  from their owners.      "During the saim*  period 5,822 automobiles and trucks or  ���������. various  sizes,  ages  and  shapes   were  taken.      It should be added, however,  that   thirty-three   horses   and   wagons  containing no merchandise were made  away "with, and    thirty-seven    borsen  with wagons  filled with goods.      But  in these cases the wagon rather titan  the  animal  was .the  objective.      The  true,     dyed-in-the-wool     horse     thief  takes    only    animals    that are unat  tached.  expression to the face. In rpeaking  and fn singing they have a very wonderful effect in moulding the column  of air that carries the sound from the  vocal cords.  HELPS A WEAK THROAT  STRENGTHENS THE VOICE  RELIEVES BRONCHITIS  \  <���������%.**,w**-.**.*!   ������*C  tf-Vko    r������rf>iiTi-*h*t*v  It on New Year's Day a positive announcement could be.'.made that 100r  000 new settlers would be located in the -three Prairie1 Provinces during: 1923 a  degree of confidence would be given to everybody in -this country -suchas they  have not felt for years. It would be the signal for a. revival ih: business  which is so badly needed. Capital, now ji-piljcl of '-������nv������sjm^ntr would ^become.  courageous; with the opening of. Spring Ibullding:,operations, would4b������fcome  brisk in preparation for the new ���������comers;" manufacturing^^ industries would get  busy on the goods these people would need:-railways wolild proceed with  much needed branch lines along which these people wouid settle and thus  bring "re!!sf te hundreds of 'farmers now-..isolated from markets. In a. word,  everybody now-.in the country- would'-be busy_ in work of one .kind or another  in- preparation for this increased population. ,_ Instead ofXimmigratlon increasing unemployment, it would, we repeat, create work for^^ all.   -  In.this fashion only can a new cou-ntry. be '.built up and become prosperous.  It will ne^er be prosperous bj- merely -standing still. That means not progress, but stagnation. Vacant lands are"-6f no vaLue-;- they are made-valuable  only through settlement and the productive activity of man. Western Canada has millions of acres ot vacant lands: what it now needs is men, and women, to give these lands their rightful value.  Canada's energies throughout 1923 may well be directed to the encouragement of the immigration of the right type of settlers to-this Dominion. It  is not necessary that they have, much money. "\yhat is required -is that they  -have health, being sound mentally, morally and physically, and a will to work.  Such, people wi" prove a -vaiuaSle asset to C8nadas and in Canada they -cvili  aehieve success. --_ '  abhity to  face the anxieties of daily  life. . ���������,",*''��������� .    iy  As for women,~her back aches, sbe  is dizzy with sick headaches, and often  has stabbing pains in the side. The  only real heaitlb is all-the-year-round  health) and. tbe.:������'se.cr.et of it is good,  g\S^,^Sr^!l-������<,,SS;^!g   -marKabie .acrobatic stunts 3ust ha*      to    take    Dr.   ^Williams' IPink   Pills.! of these front^feeth to make; the deli^j^airondacitg.  There is Scarcely a nook or corner in ! cate variation of space tliat is needed  Canada where someone will not be , to pronounce words so that they -will  found ;-.>w-hi*iy':.ito**in -toil   x-nn   th*������   benefit   - ,"*. - .   .    -., , ,_ n,.  0vr~.���������..,.._...--__--_,-. K.v-~x*_~xt.   goua<j r-igbt to other people s ears. The  they    have    had*  through- the use ot l      ,. ZZ        . Zx.  these pilisr And the reason is that* delicacy of fingering on the strings of  through the improved condition ofthe a violin even in tlie hands of a great  blood they strengthen and tone up the   artist is crude compared to the won-  By Breathing the Healing  balsams of  Catarrhozone, You Are Made Well  Without Using  Drugs  You breathe through  the  Catarrhozone inhaler medicated air that is full  The tip of the tongue^bes the ^st1 of healing, soothing balsams;   full of  -���������������������������-���������-��������������������������� 1 piney antiseptic essences that resemble the air of the pine woods in the  This piney vapor bas a  truly marvelous .action on weak  throats. It brings strength and  health to the bronchitic, stops that  hacking cough and difficult breathing.  You    can't    find    anything for weak-  OSSED OVERSEAS    :  ~3~~i\r\i~~\EM~5.  and RHEUMATISM  CUElf  OllJbJblLi  Justice In Far North  Blaquiere, - Morinville,-  R.C.M.P.   Sergeant   in   Role   of   Con  _ siabie, Coroner and magistrate  A remarkable story of the manner in  which 'Hvhite man's, justice" is taken  ���������Si  to th-e-.far north is unfolded in a a?ecent  to     headquarters     by     Staff-  nerves of worried  enfeebled meu and   d    ^ te        work ^t^ee,, the tip af  "women,'-and  at the   same  time   have.--.,  . *  *    - ������������������'������������������-,-   ...       .    .      -    ���������     t1  given new vigor to pale, delicate giris   the  tongue  and    the    incisor    teeth,  and thin weedy bOys.     The  value   of (Damage to these teeth means impair-  these pills In all run-down conditions! ed speech, ruined    facial    expression  is    shown ^-by the ^statement of Mrs.! and lo|a of the power t6 bite off food.  Lawrence  Brown,  Walton,   N.S.,  who  ���������. :���������-������������������ ..   .    .        . .     _  says:���������"When I began taking Dr. Wil-i IC 1S very injurious 10 use tne ������,������th ior  iiatiis" Fink Pills I *vas   in    a" weak, j a third hand or for an emergency tool  bloodless and . nervous condition suffering from all, the depressing symptoms that accbmpany-,..this run-down  state of health, i? I had taken much  medicine but it did riot do me any  good, and as I had a family of small  children,    I    was  much  discouraged  kit. The incisors are so necessary  for sO many things that they deserve  the best of care.  One of the commonest complaints of  infants is worms, and the most effec-  Then reading about Dr. Williams' Pink , tiye   application  for them   is   Mother  Pills I decided to try them, and I can  honestly say that I feel these pills  have saved me from prolonged misery.  My health is now good, and we now  keep the pills in ths house for use as  a family medicine."  You    can    get    Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills "through any dealer   in   medicine   A,    . , ,,.���������,.,������..-,  or    by   mail at 50 centsabox or six ���������tneir correspondence and the other is  Graves' Worm Exterminator.  Beating Clever Forgers  Families   of  great wealth���������such as  j the Rockefellers and Vanderbilts���������use  1 two  sets of signatures.       One  Is  for  -    'Mr.   1\ .M.  Alta.,"   writes:���������*"After    three    years  report  service -overseas  I returned, to  Can-   _ .   _ _ ,.     _       ,   _  ada almost a complete, wreck. I liad Sergeant Joy, of the Royal Canadian  v been gassed, .anl was snifferin^ -from -Mounted Police. -Sergt.'Joy has bees  shell .shock and rheumatism, and was ^investigating the mttriler of "Robert  so^-nerv-onsT-could not &leep-at nignt. JaneS; a--Wbite trader, at Cape Craw-  I tried Tnasy  medicines-and doctor*?,   .     .    .,   .      . -\. v  but none of them did me any good lor, ������Pra������ the extreme northern corner of  v any length of time.    , I got so bad, In-j Baffin Land. -*.  "the Fall of 1919, my hands were, so I During h!s investigations Sergt. Joy  shaky i could scarcely bold auythW," acted in turn in bis capacity of con-  and it seemed as If I^had a steel band ^ ^ ������ *    . -rT  pressing on my head. The least ex- stanle, coroner and magistrate. He  citement would almost drive me into ' conducted the autopsy, .held an In-  fits, and my whole system seemed to * quest, issued warrants for the arrest  be In disorder. I had cramps In my of three natives, brought them in, pre-  legs nearly every night, and hot and \..~.   . - .,       *    .    . ���������. x  cold chills running up and down my,sided over the preliminary police court  back nearly all the time.      One day I! enquiry, and  committed the - three ti  boxes    for   $2.50   from  The   Dr.   Wib  liams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Through numerous wanings and  revivals, the game of croquet is  traceable back to'the ancient Gauls.  for their checks. It is just a stumbling block that is; put Sn the way of  clever forgers.  CATARRH  Catarrh Ja a local disease greatly influenced  by   constitutional   condition*.        HALL'S  CA-  -Minard's Liniment For Garget in Cows * Tarrh medicine ������ a Tonic, taken in.-  ternaily, -and acts throuffH the blood upon the  mucous surfaces, ot - tlie system. HALLOS  CATARRH M������I>1C1K������ assort* .Nature ia  ���������restoring -normal condition*.  *.' -���������  Ail T>rueg������sta.      Circulars iree.  F. J.  Cheney' & Co.. Toledo^ Ohio.   <  . A    dollar -found    is, less  valuable  than a quarter- learned.        ^  decided-to try Miiburn's Heart and  Nerve Pills, and after I had taken skc  boxes I began to feel better. I kept  on using them and after a while t-waa  completely relieved." " .  " .Price  50c'* a box at' all dealers or  * mailed direct on receipt* of price by  The T. Milburn Co.. Limited. Toronto,  Ont.        -     -  stand trial for'murder.  The' last chapter of this strange  story is not yet written. 1 Next summer a judge of the supreme court  Will travel north and "preside over  His "Majesty's Court in some unheard  {of trading post. '   --  throated people more beneficial than  Catarrhozone. It means heaven oa  earth to the man that has had bronchitis, catarrh or throat Irritation.  You will realise this the first time you  use Cafarrhozoae which is a scientific;  preparation specially designed for diseases of the nose, throat and bronchial  tubes. Get the large size, it lasts two  months, costs $1.00 Medium size,  50c; sample size; 25c. AU storekeepers or the Catarrhozone Co., Montreal  This One Is No Exception  "That girl next door Is a wonder  at the piano/" remarked the caller.  "That's so," replied the hostess wearily. "For wonders never cease."���������  Boston'Transcript.  Would Do H������r Best  Charles M. Schwab says that his  neighbors are -.forever offering to  sell him things. Not long ago one  man tried to sell him a cow. When  Mr. Schwab inquired about the breed  and age of the animal he did not receive very satisfactory answers. Pin-  ally'he _ asked: "How much" milk does  she give?"  "Mr. Schwab, I don't know," was  the' reply, "but she's a_,good-natured  cow and she'll give all she can."���������  Boston Transcript.  For Burns and Scalds.���������Dr. Thomas*  Eclectrie Oil will take the Are out ol  a burn or scald. It should be.at hand  in every kitchen so that it may be  available at any time. There is no  preparation required. Just apply the  oil to the bursjuor scald and the ^pain  will abate and" in a short time cease  altogether.  Small Store, Big Rent  The smallest fruit store.In town ������s  the West 42nd Street. It is a hewed  in window box and only large enough  for the proprietor. The rest of the  space is occupied by his wares, which  he "passes to the sidewalk natrons.  His rent is $50 a week.���������New York  Correspondent.  Minard's Liniment For Warts, Corns,  Etc. -rr-  For   Sore  Cold In The Ghest, Etc.  not  <UF(* Wtt  YARMOUTH. N.S.  W.    N.   V.    1452-  [���������*      *  I  w-cJ-atjw tWw-'a^g'T^aa^Kap^^^ r������j  0  . Sounds ' strange; - does it not?  Yet that is how Mr. J. Cavtler saya  Zam-Bu3p is regarded by his family. : Mr. Cartler, who is *a-mo-aiber  of the family of the late Sir George  Cartler, la -Justice of the Peace and  V. Assistant Clerk of the Circuit  Court. Montreal." ":H������ first discovered the- wonderful power of Zam-  Buk by using'if for eczema, whieh  it completely ended.. Since*, then.  "hi3. family lei never -without It.--"r  "Allow me to "express my gratlr  tude/" he writes, *' for the benefit I  have derived from the use of Zam-  Bnk. I have proved that it is,  without -doubt, jthe , finest remedy  for ect&ema. Its general healing  and curative powers are Immense.'  . We call it' Our Family Doctor/ ������nd  are never without It.*"  Mothers   should   see   that   Zam-  -    BuU is always bandy, for not only  does it end pain, draw out inflammation   ancl   prevent   biood-poiaon-  -t������**fw 1***���������*������������������*���������        ft-        l* J* *******>-, 1 4a       (nt^aWft       ^4r4^%^~tt3t*tU       *>W*,~At  AUgg,    Muv   L\.    JU.*oc������*s*9    naai    "utb-caooa    c������a*������*  ���������Injuries  in  the shortest time possible.   All- dealers, 50c box.   ,   .  An Aid to Appetite  "Why  don't  you  eat    your    .apple.  Johnny ?���������"* t        ,  "I'nr waif in' for Peter. It tastes  much better when another feller is  lookin* on."  I>r. Charles Andrew Powers, widely  known . surgeon, President of the  American Society for Control of- Cancer, dropped* dead in Denver.  France has released tlieTlast German  war prisoners. They were undergoing punishment for offences against-  f hex common law committed during  their detention as war prisoners.  The Chilean Government has sent  invitations to all the American nations  to ^ participate in the Pan-American  conference to be held at Santiago, beginning March 20, 1923.  Notice has been given in the Chamber oT Deputies favoring the-extension  of-the franchise to the women of  Franco. The minimum age limit would  be -30.  Homeless men in Montreal tb the  number of over 1,100 were provided  with Christmas dinners by the social  service ageneies, and these were followed by moving pictures and other  entertainment.  __ The Orient Express, due in Athens  was recently snowed in by a blizzard  in tbe Macedonian mountains for 24  hours. Among the passengers on the  stalled express were four_Near East  relief nurses.  The largest air liner yet built in  Great Britain has passed omcial tests.  It -accommodates   24   passengers   and  Catarrhal Conditions  Catarrh as a local disease greatly influenced   "by   constitutional   conditions.       It  therefore    requires   constitutional ,. treatment.     ' HAliL'-S1  CATARRH M^-DtCJNTO  is talcen  internally a.ncJ acts through  tlie '  Blood ujxm  the Mucous  Surfaces of tlie:  System.       HALL'S" "'CATARRH     MJSI>I-  CINE gives  the  patient strength  by im- '  ���������proving-   the    general    health and assists  Nature in doing its-work.' -i  All Druggists.       Circulars -free.  i\ J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio.  it's a smart woman who can make  her own clothes so thai her neighbors  will not suspect it.  thres-puariers ot  top  speed 1he  ���������opi  :Jies  100  ^  iivivMi\������^tl*#^^  Dragged     Down     by    Asthma.    Thei  man or woman who is continually suh-1  ject to asthma  is unfitted  ror his or '  her life's work.    Strength departs and  energy .is   taken   away   until   life   h*-  comes a dreary  existence.   * An'd y-et-  this is needless.     Xr. J. I.X-Kellogg's  Asthma - Remedy has brought-a great.  change ,xo_ an army ot sufferers.      Tt  relieves   tlie  restricted  air- tubes, and  guards against future trouble.    Tr>  it.'  miles an hour.  Lord "Mountbatien, who has just returned from an extended honeymoon  in America, has been appointed to the  battleship Revenge, effective January  10. The Reyenge is the flagship of  the first battle squadron, now "in the  M e diter ra nean.  George A "Willis, superintendent ot  messenger boys lor the Boston "News  Bureau, was shot ancl instantly killed  b> iwo bandits, who "robbed nim oi. the  boys' payroll. The "hold-up occurred j  in tbe basemen I of the plant. The]  bandii s -escaped.  The IupI horse-drawn fire engine in  New York has just been niustered out  of-'service. i( II[ ^vas-in^a Brooklyn station. Horses have pulled fire apparatus Jn this'city since 1865, ahd tbe  final performance -was made the subject of appropriate ceremony.  v^^^Mm^^M  Protecting Wild Life  Canada has led other countries in  ihe matter of conserving wild life, tlie  migratory bird treaty now in force between the United States and "this  country " being largely the work of  Canadians who saw an time the inevitable consequences of the inroads that  were being made upon the game and  bird population of North America. The  treaty referred to was the biggest  single piece of legisla tion aimed to  protect wild life ever put upon the  statute books of two great nations.���������  From the Ottawa 'Citizen.  For" Catarrh.���������It is one ol* the chief  recommendations of Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie Oit that it can be used internally with as much success as it can  outwardly. Sufferers from catarrh  will find that the Oil when used -according to directions will give prompt  relief. Mans*- sufferers from this ailment have found relief in the Oil and  have  sent testimonials.  A Careful Star  A new star has been found which  travels 2,500,000 miles an hour. So  Car; as known, it/ has never, been  charged with hitting a pedestrian.���������  Toronto .Telegram.    <  Ear Tags For Hogs, ~*  The Livestock Commission announces that an approved "ear tag has  been devised for marking commercial  hogs. Tags will shortly be available  for distribution to farmers wishing to  ship co-operatively or sell according to  grade at local shipping -polnts.: Arrangements are being made for distribution in the various provinces.  Though .the world may owe every  man a.living, only lhe persistent collector ..gets it, -;  A'-i^hrkfoeAimo  irl-rinlr'  ^pWf ffl ffl R.J|1 fflT~^ttl II   ffl II g M *T^ '        ||S 1������   ^ IS ^ ^m.  for cold weather  Sold hy 'Grocer's  jBveryvtrht.ro in  Seated,   ~A.tr- tight  tins.  ,.  A PIPING hot cup of Instant  Postum- meets the cold  weather need for a comforting  hot drink  -with no  disagreeable^  after-effectfl.  Both tea and coffee contain  Caffeine, a drug, which often  causes headache, nervousness  and loss of sleep.  Instant Postum is a pure and  whole-some l>evenag,e made, from  roasted  wheat*    It contains no  Caffeine, nor any other harmful  ingredient whatsoever.  ,,   Yo-tang and old alike can aafeSy;  .enjoy the dellcioua,  full-bodied  flavor and the healthful comTorV <  of Instant Postum, at any time  during the day or night.  Just try it for awhile thi*  winter, instead of tea or coffee,  and notice the improvement 5m  your health.  Great Singer Attracted Birds  Jenny  Lind .Could   Fill^Carriage, With  _Feathered Songsters  ���������'.One of the prettiest stories heard  about Jenny "Lln"d came from a little  old lady who went down to the docli  to greet the old steamer, Atlantic, that  brought the Swedish Nightingalb to  this country in the fait of 1850  amongst the booming of cannon and  the cheers of 40,000 people who-waited  hours to see her. During, part orTihe  journeying of "Lind in America, milcli  of the distance had to be covered by  stage. While going through the  woods, Lind would have the coach  stopped in order to listen and talk  to the birds. So great was JievJ  power of attracting them with her  own warbles_ that one day the fln-.j  side of the coach was;'so filled with the  feathered songsters that her manager  was afraid for her safety.  First Measurement of Earth  Eratisthenes, head of the Alexandria  Library,  "first    measured the circumference of the earth in 245 B.C.  Do   not   suffer  another day w::a  Itch ing. Bleeding, or "Frotxud-  lng Plies,    Ko  surgical operation required:  Dr. Chase's Ointment will relieve you at onco  and afford lasting  hene-fit.    COc a box.;  alt  dealers, or Edmonson.. Bates 4b Co., Limited.  Toronto.   Sample Box hreo II you mention tbi������  paper and ������aclo������������ 20, ���������tamp to pay postage.  .America's  Pioneer  Dog Remedies  BOOK  0*X  DOCS  "DISEASES  ������nd  Slow   to  Feed  Mailed   Free   to any  Address by the  Author  H.   CL.AY   GLOVEri  CO.,   IXC,  129   Woat   24th   St,  Now Yoilt.   U.S.A.  Worm's, however generated, are  found in the digestive tracts, where  thoy set up disturbances detrimental  to the health of tho child. There can  be no comfort for the little on������B until  the hurtful intruders have been expelled. An excellent preparation Cor this  purpose can be had In Miller's Worm  Powders. They will Immediately destroy the worms.and correct the conditions that were favorable to their existence.  Uses ���������������������������Cutter's1*  Scrums and Vacclntihc it  doing hi* bcit^to conieive your  4ntef������*ci. *t5ye4c������  ���������concentration on  b������e line c*u*atf������������  ������q ������cch inf.  The Cutter Laboratory  kl-T~.tX~-ar~:tri that Knatas flat."  Berkeley CU.S.~Uceau) CalifonOa  IF YOUR  VETERINARIAN  gmat,roust mtiitifsftt tin af  ..tlx-rtf    ^0tyX.t*4r-i    vmitp   t*m  Pn  4~������ivt.  ts&tiittmM,  -*'���������- 4a  its  ���������tttmnspm.    WrH������:  Instant Postum for health  "There's a Reason"  Ormrt'mY-i !***������-:t������ew Ceren! Comra.riy, 5Jcr.Lt.ee!  IS Front St, B,,-Toronto Factory: Wlndaor. Ontario  One Thino Needed  -* 'iMamu,   Tig������'a   beffgliig.     Must   1  give him a piece of my coolde?"  "OT coutHe you must������������������'���������"  "Well, I haven't any cookie:"  Time   hao  Tested   It.���������Dr.  ThomdH'  Eclectrie OU has been ott the market  upwards of flEty yeara and In that  time It hna proved a bleanlne to thott-  ������mrt<lR, Tt Ih In h!j������h favor thr-oujjh-  out Canada and Its Q-xcellence hi������������ enr-  rled its fame beyond the seas, u it.  were double tho price it would be h  cheap liniment.  maaamuimiitxirmiimmfiiifjifHfff  A~mvmw~msa-  In Palmyrn, Syrln, there -tf. at flylruc  phyBicIun who locates and vi������itn hjs  itatientH iunon������; ilu. wanderlnK lle-  (.lottln tribes, by means, ofnn aeroplane.  RUPTURE  KILLS 8,<MJ0 ANNUALLY  Klglit thouaar>a peraohB each yenr min*  laid nway���������tho burial certltlaatn hnl-nc  marked "ftuptur-o." AVljy? "Becau.^o* tli������  unfortunate onca hnd ne-fflocttcd che-m-  jffilvcB or had been m������rely IuIcIhk caro ot  tho flifnt (awelllaiff) of tha. afllictloa ������r.������l  paylns no attentlou to the cause.' "What  ure you doliiir? Aro you nRfflocMnie  youraell by woarin* a trnaa,, a^pnllnucn or  Mvhatovar nanvo you chooao tn cnll It?  A.t \i.fit. Hi* truwH in nnly n wxtwMi I rt���������  n false prop -OKWlnnt a coll&pirinff wni]>-  nnd cannot b������ expected to act nn mov������  than n niflrn mcchanlRnl nnp-port. Vho  blndiii-K preMauro retards* blood nlran-tlw-  tlon, tluiw rohWriB- the weakened M������iyi*liM  ol tliat which thoy need moat���������nourlHh-  mi'.nt,  Uut nolencn haa found a way. nnd ith  truna sufferersi trv the> laud aro Invited to  mako ������ l������st rleUt in thn pilvwoy oC tlutlr  own homen. Tlie I*I.������A.l*AO ni^thol \~  urmuft-jtlonalily tho most RclentU������������;, Rorrl-  ftti and niicnAMMfiil ������elf-lr<(*atniont for r������u>-  itini tha woitd  liau evee K������������o\su.  Thft Xvl-Al**AO rAI> wlM-n ������dh������t*liiK  cio^elj- to the t.-ody cwnno! |k>hwI.������cI..v flip  or Hhht out of plAc^r lh������r������������for<n ci-muwi  etiafo or i������lncli. Boft nm velvoit���������tia.y lo  applv-���������<*.ot������i������a natively iiies;t>ounlv������r, '!"������������������  Ins u������cd whll-nt you tvorU ������nd wltllwi. 5011  nlo������I). Ko ������trap������. bu*;ttlea or aaulnj-.'" ut-  tuohc<l.  ijDttrn how to'clo.i**' thi h^rnlnl oir������nnlo������*;  ������s nnturi] lutt'iulod ������o tin*, nurture OAX'T  cot������>o down. S������uil your -ih������t������*������- ������a������<il lou  Cf-nti). *-ain ������r Htumr-'i, tf������iir������y to. VKXl'M-  <.*0.. -182 Btuart  ISIdi;..  Fst(V_Ivo������l^ M-t*..  t*>?  Minard's Linlm������nl"far Coughs ���������&. Col*d������  ���������U-l  I'M.  '"iv: n. v: ~n.53  n 1  S  s**^stMs^i!*V^:^i(Uwi^is^^  ^m-^^^.^ii'4!^ ��������� *8iWi*A***Vi*S!!Wl������  ,~.~4~r~Z^~\  _.....-, _ fflmmirm.-. .......  ^-    ^^,1   I.,**.*. 1^   ^   ^V~.   r~~~~.^X-0~..r<*4-~^*0   ,   ~0    .,  ���������iip. -my  ' -^?^f^ih^".^vH^l4^^i't)^^iW~^'r*' *-* W-Wj* - tt������44~ai0ti~~Zl*~tattsi~4i!~*s~tJ-l~\  ���������'^-^--'--^S^  tzixxziszszisttxaxiaimiiiaiiBiajmts^^  THE  CRESTON REVIEW  pj  ST"  White: Laundry���������I am prepared  to do washing and laundry work of all  kinds. Silk shirts and all fine linen  done by hand. Charges reasonable.  Mrs. "Webb, next Review Office.  Apple shipments front Valley points  last year were about 155,000 boxes,  and the ' horticulture" department  officials figure there are at least 18,000  boxes in storage.  Try the Drugstore First  Going at Less hi)  ost!  Local and Personal  Balance   of   our   stock    of  C. B. Qarland was a business visitor  at Nelson a, few. days the fore part of  the week. iy,  Mrs. W. S. McAlpine is away on a  couple of weeks* holiday, visit witb her  parents at Proctpiv  J. W. Dow was a   business   visitor  ] at Spokane a couple of dttys last week,  retramiijj-t on ^Friday."  The" Banff %Orchestra are due to.  visit Creston on the evening of Monday, January 29th, at tbe Grand  Threatre ballroom.  P.'B. Pearce, .who is teaching the  school at Boswell for a few months.  spent the week-end at his ranch home  here, returning- on Sunday.  This is an opportunity for every lady to buy  odd pieces of good China at bargain prices.  Be.-_ sure and  get  in  on  this   special   offer.  5  1  I  Bev. .H. "Varley is starting to organize a class for confirmation at Christ  Church, the bishop of Kootenay being  due to vasi.t the parish some time In  May. .  Mrs. M. J. Boyd, who was operated  on at ibe Nelson hospital   last   week,  continues    to    make    a   satisfactory  recovers*, and  will probably  be home  ! before the end of ihe month.  fl I  I  Mailorders a  Specialty,  y  Phone Service  Prompt A ttention  Rev.   J.   A. James was at Nelson on  "Wednesday. - agisting at ^the ftaneral   for this district,  service  of Rev. J. JB. Stirling. Piesby-1  terian   pasttsr at Nelson, who died in  that city on Saturday evening.  given birth jto a baby daughter the  day previotis, and that both mother  and child were doing nicely.  At the meeting at Vernon last week  to complete the organization of the  new farmer-labor political pdrfcy, to  be known as the Progressives, Jas.  Adlard was elected to|the executive as  the East Kootenay representative.  Carpenters are at' work putting in  new stairways and otherwise remodelling, the top floos of the Ma!!and:tine  building, which has been leased* for  two years as a Masonic lodge room,  and will be occupied exclusively by  that order.  Eor Saxe���������Bed and spring, $9  child's cot - with spring and mattress,  ���������$8; ������������t&er churn, 82.75. 28 Plymouth  Rook pullets, all laying, $1 each.  Fruit. sealers, 80c. to _ $1.50 dozene  Fruit in sealers, 50c. quart-. Kitchen-  ware.    Mrs. F. Tose, Creston. "~  Lidgate Bros, have just completed  fche instfillHtion of an electric ll������*ht at  the top front of the garage, which is  equipped with a reflector that throws  the light full on the big sign, and any.  one in qtiest of a garage can hardly  Swiss seeing fcbe Creston Service sign.  The firm haye just been notified of  their appointment as Chevrolet agents  Angliean GSiuroh Services  SUNDAY. JANUARY 21  CRESTON SIRDAR  8 and 11 a.m. 7.30 p.m.  :  GATEntHB IN AIL ITS BRANCHES  CRESTON  BAKERY  and  TEAZ  ROOM  \  I  CRESTON AUTO & SUPPLY  i<~. *  Under New Management  ^^������������������Ji.^JJJJ.i ��������� ���������mmbwiii   TTrnVinw! f L������iiii������SlJiSiiiIS^������w^^������J.^������5^W^ "   /���������'���������!  iuslm*t*mm~^m^2tU.i iiLJm i ii i i^^^^JiliilB  y. ' Z" ' .   .. ���������..-"���������'  Solicits s~~~ opportunity to supply ycur  needs in  everything-  required to keep your car in   the best possible running  ,    order.,  .We -will at all times endeavor to -give you the best possible  .  "quality  in Accessories, Repairs and Workmanship at  the lowest possible price for real service.  I  :~f~r*  TAPLES & P1ERSON  . The ladies of Bfoly Cross Church are  entertaining at a whist drive in Speers'  Hall tonight, with cards due-lid start  at 8 o'clock prompt. Lunch will be  served, and the admittance is 50 cents.  The milder weather we have been  enjoying for a few Weeks has started  the hens in to lay in considerable  qHMTstity, Ktsd as ~~ result the stores  ���������are onlv paying 40 cents a dozen -for  fresh-eggs.     -...    ,  There are so few appeals against  this vear's assessment in the.Oreston  "Valley that no court of revision will  .be held Ap tt������wn.v but the regulat ton  sitting of the court will take place at  Nelson on Lhe 29th.  The speakers at the short course  school in agriculture will be guests at  a conipliment-ary banquet this Tburs-  dav evening, at/the Norris cafe. The  affair is being handled by Creston  local of thtf United Farmers. y  Joe Atkinson 'was advised on  Thursday last that M������*n. Atkinson,  who ie at her  home   in   Vernon,    had  ���������-Pianoforte,, Organ ahd  Singing Lessons  ttfifity  ARTHUR COLLIS. Creston  ~~~-~%3~.   ~~~\~--\r^9  Moir's and Neilson's  Chocolates.  Hot Lunches  Tea, Coffee, Cocoa  Bovril  lert  L  ttavf Qa-BantftCaraofa  DON'T FAIL TO SEE THE  erior  WW*"*- r  V-  Wie iiave beeti^^^appoihtedf Chevrolet agents for this  district and expect to take delivery of a shipment of these  cars soon.  Since its appearance on the naaVket last fall, this car,  with its over twenty-live improvements, has proved to be  the fastest selling fully equipped automobile made.  Watch for further particulars and announcements.  i  LtDGATE BROS  f|ii   CEDIfiPC HASAOC  RHONE 31  -.&$  .A������SI  Al  y ��������� ,m  104b. sack of Sugar at 65c  with every $5 worth of other  gqods purchased Saturday.  SATURDAY, JANUARY 20th; the GREAT BANNER DAY OF THE SALE  We intend that it should be the record day, not only of this sale, but of any sale in our history.     With this object in view we have  arranged an unprecedented list of bargains, which should fill the store with buyers aU'day. ��������� Here are a few of our Sale-end specials:  loyal Crown Bath Soap  re'g.  15 c; sale 5 for 50c.  B  Prints.  Clearing our stock of light and  mm~     dark patterns at 20c. yard  Swift's Si Werleaf Lard  54th pails> $1.15  ������T   LA  per carton, 30c.  foksn Pekoe Black Tea  Saturday special, 40c. lb.  aplfSBlSIU? flfldfe  B..B MtaL|g M y ^UM   UM       *tj^M* Mm &E   U MM  Wnkm*H Brand, reg. 9-.50 at $fl.t)5;  reg. 11.00 to clear at $7.f)i3  Saturday special. 40c.  JrFSU8 01 bd'idlsd ffldpEG djsup  $1.15 per quart tin  ���������|| *������U55u|||^25  Saturday special, 20c. lb.  ���������        ���������  !Q!no        ClMPr^  20c. lb.  r-MS  r'X,  ���������^  <*,}  if.  *;'?.\i,:?  <a  ^jj^^^���������l T^W  TO^^ *���������  W���������Bf  SB IB  ,^  mi  ~m

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