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Array I*?  N.  *.*  /J������-  f*,  \'y  /--  X._       V';.  11  V  *s  Vol. XJ3T.  CRESTON, B. C, FBIBAY, JANUAKY 26, 1923  No. 51  Hev. Gr. Kn������tx was at Lister for the  usual fortnightly service at the school  on Sunday morning, and  was greeted  with an   audience   that  filled   every i  ayailable seat. I  A meeting of Camp Lister taxpayers  was held in the schoolhouse on Saturday nighty to appoint a trustee to fill  the place of secretary Fred Powers,  who recently resigned. After a close  contest Mrs,^Xerbury was elected to  fill the vacancy.  'Wilfred Langston arrived, here on  Wednesday last from the Old Country  lav ~~n eitieaed stay with his brother,  E. Zj. Langsfcbn.i  Col. Lister entertained at a house  party on Friday night. A large  number of the Creston vounger set  were present, and a thoroughly enjoyable evening was spent with dancing  and music, with an excellent lunch at  -midnight. ':   ?   ,- ���������'"������������������;���������  Sam Lazachuk, who has been laid  up with an axe-cut foot, is able to be  about again much  the same as usual.  . A social evening, to wind up with a  dance, will be held in 'the eehooihousa  on Saturday night, January 27th. A  collection will be taken in aid of the  piano fund. Ladies please hring  lunch.     ^  Mrs. Ban* of Kimberley was a  visitor at B. Johnson's last week. ~-  Bnt-TH��������� At St. Eugene Hospital.  Crenbrook, to Mr. and Mrs. A. _L.  Cameron, a daughter.  Mrs. Molander and Fritz were week-,  end visitors at Moyie.  Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Driffil entertained a number of their friends at  bridge on Saturday evening.  Mr. and Mrs.? Floyd haye Just  arrived in town and are living at the  Sash & Door. V   ^  Miss Irene Schmidt of Sirdar was ia  week-end guest of Mrs. Hunt.  .    ���������  -***,-M.'\ A. Mcj^owan,-.,who has sfeen  here for 6ome time, returned -to  Cranbrook on Sunday.  Mfesi SSmmst&n  to attend,  and - to   make   it highly  interesting for Scotch Piper Ross will  __.. . , - 11 *������������    liere    to  favor . with   uumsioas  Road foreman Ha^rip was busy last aelectfonSt whilst the other musicians  wee* putting in some new cribbing wU1 h,TM Swanson and & Moberg.  and naming- atone onto tne Goat Dan<;iag will crtltimence at 8 and close  Biver ^Wj^^lf l\���������akse il?s?������d |at 12 prompt.    Geutlenien  25c., ladies  ~~~       X.~.       t-~ _*_- Xt-.X _    X        ^^    , ~  proof in the high water that is expect  ed this spring*.  ' . ' *���������*:'-     \ ���������  Mrs. C. C. French is back from  Grand Forks, where1 she has been on a  visit for the past two months.  The cold spell 'now prevailing is  giving excellent   sleighing  and  flats  "Victor ("J-randy. who had the bad  luck to buin one of his legs quite  gavnpg-ir, ������?en& to Creston on Monday.  and will remain there with his grandparents for a time, while taking  medical treatment.  hay owners are  getting their cut  now. "~  working   full   time  of- feed  home ��������� just  Frank Celli. who hais been a visitor  at New York state points since the  middle of December, returned home a  few days ago.  The icy  condition  of the roads   is  expediting hsnifctn-jng  operations, and\  Putnam and Falnjer   will etbis   week  finish their log hauling contract with  G. J. Bayle at Canyon siding.   They  are then taking on a tie SsruI fox- Ms-.  Bayle.  At the Holy Cross Church whist at  J. W. Head   is home   again,   oper- ���������'&****>* on Friday night Mike McGar-  ations   at     Porthiil     having     been &T proved himself the top scorer of  Report has it thui. there is ~* sbo-st.  fall of at least seyen feet at the head  of Corn Caeek already, and if much  more- snow "happens along.it will  possibly necessitate a shutdown at the  mine at Klockmanb.   -  With the prospecjb of at least three  new settlersv with families, the  necessity of a school on this side of the  river a gain, looms up, with Corn Creek  favored-as the location.  F. Knott is putting the finishing  touches on quite a commodious hew  barn he has erected oh his "Canyon  ranch.? "/.-"' -ZZ. ��������� ���������':  The?/United ..Farmers had "a*, fine  turnout 'for their; at home at .the  schoolhouse nn Saturday night, music,  addresses and other amusements  featuring the evening. Principal  Koltharr.i-ner spoke on the ^Psychologyof jSabit," and J. "W. Wood gaye  a talk on th'e development of the  United Farmer movement. Mrs.  Pochin favored, with a pianorSoIo,. and  Mrs. Messenger had a splendid humorous reading. Refreshments', were  served, and the gathering broke up  just before midnight. For. the next,*  few months Canyon local will haw*  social -evening once each month.      :  Yardmaster Loasby,.-who left here  Christmas week/for ������. holiday visit at  I*ethbridge and Edmonton, Alta.. hne  landed back at Cranhrook. where he is  in the hospital for treatment to his  throat. He is coming along nicely,  however, and will likely be home this  week.: .'Y'V'"'*.  The snows, rains and thaws that  "have; prevailed since Christmas time  has given Sirdar more sickness---this  winter than ever "before. " Fortunately  ndne"of it has been fatal, but there Is  hardlya home that has not been  Visited  :  0,..~.-trt-tAr.a  3UO}iV'UU*OU,  having  A..~. 0~.   1..^1_     ~.f ~.S~i~\-Z.  xxxxtz tjx*   x*~.\4tx    Kit. oft'e^u,'  ���������is-  C. H. Phillips left on a business  visit to Cranbrook on Sunday.  E������ J. Malthouse/. has this week'  started work oh tne erection of a  standard 18 x 24 barn. y  C Frampton h-as just completed ~~  tidylooking32x 16 ft. poultry  house  for Ed Smiths   -, ���������***���������*���������?*��������� y-rfr-~~ -^*Z~"- -Z^y.' *.  Immediately following the ~scIibdT  meeting the annual meeting of the  Stockbreeders Association was held.  Secretary W. N- "Wright presented a  most satisfactory financial statement^  and James Huscroft expressed, his  willingness to keep the dual Shorthorn  bull   loaned   by    t^he ; department . of  [the evening, whilst: Mrs. Fen ton  Smith brought home the ladies low  scoring hbhnrjs. -T    .  The pupils of the junior room at  Erickson school had a; couple of days  Vacation the middle of last week. Miss  Holme* being confined to her home  with a verv severe cold.  ; Mrs. Percy Adams of Cranbrook is  -������v������i^i^jr fce-*eXt3^:L-'������������eek jwith' heis  parents, MiC'and Mrs. Attwood.  Miss Kate Boffey was a visitor with  friends in Nelson a few days last week.  Mr. "Paleihorp, who has b^en hex-e-  for about a month with C. C. French,  returned to Kingsgate at the end of  the week.--"   * '        '   -  Messrs. ^Ferguson and Greea, who  hail from Saskatchewan, who have  lately acq uii-ed government land, will  be taking up their permanent homes  here in the spring--the Ferguson  family at present occupying the house  on the Wright rnnish, while the  .Green's aie still resident in "Creston.  MiEem  '--'- The McCabe bridge  re-decking the trestle  and we hear another  will be made there as  crew   are. busy  at.the Landing.  1600 feet of fill  soon as weather  to ccuQ-sssencs.  . ->  Whilst working at log loading at  Canyon Siding on Monday night Ray,  McKelvey had his "left leg badly;  jammed just above the ankle when*  one of the logs slipped off;the skid and  agriculture, Ottawa, for another year.^ ^^  ^. ^ u   ^amst anothev ]og.  Accordingly permission, has been ask-        ��������� ������   ���������   -  ed  of  Ottawa    in order to be able to  keep the sire for another year. The  following officers were elected for  1823: President. R. T.Milner. Vice-  president. Charles Frampton: Secre  tary, W. N. Wright. Executive,  J. Bird and John Huecroft.  -_9\%gtzm~-'sS&S9-~9Bm -  Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pearson and  little daughter, Esther, of Moyie.  visited Mr. and Mrs. Fransen for a  few days last week.  Birth���������At -St Eugene Hqgpital,  Cranbrook, on January 16th, "to Mr.  and Sirs. Geo. Toiuy, a duughter.  H. Spence wrb a week-end yisitor  with CrOjUbrook friends.  He is under Dr. Henderson's care and  will be off work a cotrple of weekly  R. J. Long got back>on Sunday  fi-om a weels's business visit at Penticton ancl Kelowna,  Aypnng son ofe-MrvTFjM-guson^ who  was visiting at?. ttJHe Green hoiaie_:last  week, had his:id������g;^brokenaq^a.  "mishap on the Hooper  had to be taken to  for tr^iAfneht. ZZZZi  -will peruSit  <u|iBratTOQ5  Another auto is to be added to the  Sitdar fleet this spring, W. D. Touhey  haying booked his' order for a I92S  mcdel l?prd.  "���������' Rev*. H. Varley was here for evening  ^"hurch of England Service on Sunday,andift^k full advantage of Monday's Ibv^K^weatheT to walk back to  Creston. making the trip in less than  tfour hours.  a- business coilege-;-in that  Anew Mason   &   Risch  pi&no has  jnst been installed in  the home of Mr.  "U^ | and Mrs; Cam. arriving from "Nelson  r%i^:^Ui^ :y_     :  ' '"^aerti^?be*^  Cocoa is now* being supplied at noon  to the pupils of. Alice:������idiBg sahqolw.  Victor C^iT.and son. Bertell,'were  visitors at Spokane last "week, return*  ing on-.Saturday..;    y'.y-z? Z ���������'���������'���������    .?"?���������; y'':  Walter f Carr has ? retiirned- to  Spokaxie, where he ? is = finishing his  course in   &~ business college  ������ity./        '���������''''? ���������;"?���������;.'���������- '-���������--.yp"?- P-':? '''-''Z\  '���������'���������;:*;Hv Kelly h*^   comme-aceil   building  operations    on    -bis*!.'] house    on  ^%0Zy-y:r Lp  T^m^^^^o^|h^|ye������^^^o  (-juix-ed Cbrrt :C^TOk?.laTM^b^i^^  beOT ';-x: ifvirig?^:? ?j^  present leasing the *^ye  Scptt-ra-nch  hear CrestoEpt^wn.   ??He -aridjhl^ l������in������ri  ily" are   coming to  \V^;iCi������stQn ?to  make their home thi$ spring, Rehear,  WynnttGi  ?~G '���������'���������y-  Eai-1 a nd Gordon Vance; are Just  home frotii :a visit- at C������lg������������ry "and  Lethbridge,; . Aita., and ?i>eport a  scarcity? of-snow in southern.. Alberta  this wihtor.  -from Wynndel  m.  ;to.his^fi-|^hd? ^  ^ __  ^ap^np^-fe?;hl^r^} 0*j(i~?r  ?pi*������ii^e-?liom^'to*:the:*i^  ?0i.L:.r?',^Lt.->.-.  Stewart  Victor   Carr  and   Hector  have taken i^e  ^  t,he?: ?E,. ���������' J**ek?onT~\Z-^^f^Bi^Zic~itZt^  ties-abq'the-*t,aiiwaiy.- ':y y-jj-rZ-yZ " '���������->?;'  GRAKD THEATRE  Saturday, FEBURARY  Anita Stewart  in  'iaytnings or  Dsstinv  Although she was married  to a man she loved, she  marrted a man she dtdn t  Lo&e,    Vbas it cheating?  thai  ���������������-���������������������(  win  A Bi-ory of lifts tulnau win cany  you from the frozen barrens  to tropic shores.  Mre. Sadler returned last Wednesday from a visit with tier mother at  .Coleman. Alta.  Skating is again in full swing, and  large numbers of the young people enjoy this delightful and healthful spoi't  each evening.*        .,-���������<?��������� j-,l -.' ���������.  The Matt. Hagen family moved into  eheir new house on Wednesday.  Mrs. Floyd Rodgers of Creston was  a wieek-end guest, of Mrs.-.Ashley  Cooper.  Monrad Wigen left on Tuesday on a  business *v it)it to Spokane.  Mr. and Mre. Owles entertained a  few frienda at whist on Saturday  evening. A very pleasant time was  spent.  The drop in the mercury has closed  up the mud hole on the hay aoad and  all are once again hauling hay and  mulching.  ; Mr. Bach-matt pf Oulgarv, Alta.,  who has mining intercuts in this vicinity, is hers on a business visit.  Mrs. Ofner loft on Thursday for  Cranbrook to consult Dr. Green, returning on Sunday.  * Mrs. Eakin got a sudden call to  Cranbrook on Thurnday, owincr to tho  death of a relative. She returned on  Monday, accompanied  by Mr. Eauiu.  The directors of the Co-Operative  Fruit Growers met at the homo of  John Wigen on Monday night, when  O. J. Wigen was chosen president,  and T. W. Davies, vice-president.  Ttoyd OHv������*n\ iiH������������������r-ii������t^fl with MV,  Bapiro. will be here this afternoon to  a-tidresa a growers' meeting on the  new co-operative marketing plan,  R. Hurt has also  visitor, where he is  ical treatment.  been  a T Calgary  undergoing med-  Mr, Larson, who hits been home for  the past month, has Just returned to  Y-iiihk to resume w ork on "the tie  contract he; has with the C.i*.R.,  Burns" Night this year will be celebrated with a dance in  the school-  hoiise oh Saturday, January 27th,  to  which a hearty invlt.i tion ts.giyen all  **e^  |v;   *ifia^ie,''h,ai|l,..,,,  fX������MSBB^^tAr:  We have rece"iveii a  Shipment.of tlie.w^ll  :'"-* kno\irii  and  invito your  spection.  in  This  line is one of the best  Work Shoes vte can buy.  Thoy    are   warranted    soli d  leather and   absolutely  guaranteed.  "' \ BnMna--���������At' y St. Paulas Hospital^  Vanc6nveri::-Qn '���������i December 22nd. to  Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pendry. a  daughter.   yy'-r-Pi"       *���������:���������?>.������������������<'������������������ :���������:���������-���������-  ���������i-y.: ���������  The.Social CU������h,; had\its forjt^gntJy  meeting at the htnwe on the Pendry  raihch on Tuesday ? night^ lu-Sfc.? " ��������� In  addition to dancing there -^a^^rtite a  lengthy Uteriary and? musical- programme."\- Solos were, render-ed !by  Missel?;* *M.'-.Vaness,? Gladys Stewart  and* ��������� "JJJ-Bsdasnes* ,R. ' Statyarfc "and-.Si  McNeil, and Messrs. Hector Stewart  and J. W. Vaness. There was a  recitation by Stanley Paul and two  readings by R. Stewart. Supper ati  midnight broiight a itoost ehjoyrible  evenfng to a close. -'    '-  Mi*, and Mrs. J. Marshall were host  and hostews on Friday evening tei the  largest pawty here this season, the  occasion being a housewarming before  moving into their new house on the  tttnd purchased from Guy Constable.  Dancing was the big - feature of the  evening, with songs bv Mesdames R.  Ste%vai*fc and H. Wood, and Messrs.  R. L. Finlayson, J, Johnson and J.  W. Vaness. Mra. Constable presiding  ut the piano, Mr. Finlayson also  favored with three violin solos and R.  Stewart obliged with two readings.  Excellent music was provided by T.  Trevelyan and Sam McNeil on accord-  ���������eoriB. It wan a pleasure fco have Mre.  W^b������t.pr miionjjpHt tho ���������gueHtn of th������������  evening, the gathering not diapei-aing  until ulmost <t a'.m.  A very pretty wedding was solemn-  feed at Cloverdale, on January 17th,  at tho home of the   brideV   parents,  Mr. and Mrs,  S. Walker, when  their  voungeqt  daughter   Valerie Mildred,  watt united in man iag^  to Philip Earl.  Pease, also of Cloverdale,      The bride  ���������wan   attended    by   her   two   Bisters,  'Mittsep Myrtlo   ancl   Margeory,  while  Edward   Butterfield     of    Vancouver  supported    the  gioonw      After    the  ceremony a company of some 40 invited guesta  aat down  to a smnptuouB  -wftliliKfeur auppei?.    Mr.   and Mra. Peittie  wore the reciptefits of many beautiful  ������Mict uaefuB presents.    Later the happy  couple left on tbc honeymoon trip'thaL  of 'its   commodious  jiibyer th^ W&iteaidea store.  densand'for rooming  ^c*on^ioda^i^s:^fend it   is   likely   the  Sia!l;wii^!^fifcS^-*i^'' into living apart-  rcients. Z.-ZZy:'ZiZii ~~  ??-?iai^''l4ba*Bb^ on -Saturday  from her holiday visit at Edmonton,  but left again on Sundav, to be with  Mr. Loaaby at Cranbrook.  willtttke them to Victoria and. coast  ���������cities;i and on.their returEL^will  make  Siheir home on the groom's ranch near  Cloverdale, on which   he has erected a  new residence.      ]On    behalf  of   the  groom's man-j^jfrlends at many points  in the   Vaiie-jr- The . IS^view; extends  congratulations and best wishes.   In  Creston*s younger set of a  few  years  ago Earl was always prominent,  and  the only regret in connection with the  happy event is that he and  his w3fe  are not coming back to the Valley to  reside.  TUB SEASON'S BEST  Banff Dance Orchestra  will have another of  their always-popular  Dances in the  Grand Tfisatre BaUreom  N.,]AN2'  Dauciiig at B p.m. Frouipt.  BEST MUSIC!  FINE FJLOOR i  GOOD   TIME1  Admission :   -$>lAfiJ  Supper extra.  :'.W--^>.\'  .^*f^s^!i*^#^.-"*^'i^  iVMLiiii-virr-rrreas  mm ^**^-iw*������(e&i-*-^  ~t&������~&~-M~]  :-������~~X~~iSS~tm  r-iW?������r������a*������Jffl������.  ���������^-tiE-^^^-s:  iMLMmb-Jr^cmMnc^i  wtuiiiSniarasffliaas-iHfi  BTUtW������*O������*j0Btnto  '*T*b**b.  n*  ?fCKE BRVUKW. CEESTOX, B. C  An Old  Timer���������with   all   the  -vigor and all the winsome qualities ������������  youth.    Once tried, always used.  ���������   Wheat M-ovement  Breaka Record  History- was made on the last clay  oT October in the movement of Western Canada's, bis wheat crop. The  receipts on .Winnipeg Grain Exchange  that day wefre the .greatest.for any one  ftlay lif the? history of/the Dominion,  the total_j������umber o~ cai*s inspected "being 2,824. The grain is of high quality, less than, ten per cent, falling below number three northern,-while the  greatest volume is number one northern.  Reduced Freight Rates On Gram Gains    35    Pounds;  Rheumatism  MOTHER!  Open "Child's Bowels witlt  "California Fig Syrup"  Estimated     That     Fourteen      Million  Dollars is Saved to Western  Farmers . *.*  '" The closing"nt navigation, ?wiUi tlie  consequent longer hauls , of".? western  -wheat for the railways, will not have  any effect in* increasing railway earnings, according to opinions expressed  at Ottawa. It was pointed out the  greater part of the western grain  moves during the two months between  threshing and the closing of navigation, and that consequently shipments  after the close of shipping on the  lakes -will be somewhat-intermittent.  The  reduction: of the railway  rate  Is Gone  The -wonderful reconstructive powers of Tanlac are again verj. forcefully  demonstrated. "In this instance Ihe*  grateful beneficiary is John H. Kins.'  locksmith, living at 229, 14th Aw.,  West, Calgary, Alberta, who declarps:  ,  "Tanlac built me up to good heal Hi.  with a gain of thirty-five pounds in  weight, over a. year ago and I hav* '  been feeling fine ever since. *.".;...JusL  after" coming back from overseas.,  about    two    years'  ago, 3  was tafea  :on grain will save the farmers of the, down with  ari attack  of rheumatism  three    prairie    provinces   Something  Immigration A.nd Settlement  Prominent Canadians recently returned home from visits to Great Britain  have been giving public expression to their views on the subject, of immigration, to Canada, and one and all have referred to the opportunity -which now  presents itself to Canada of obtaining thousands of the-very best type oi'  British emigrants if only the right policy is adopted by this country and an  energetic effort put forth to direct the steps of these people -Canada-ward.  ��������� tt is universally agreed ihat some hundreds of thousands of people in the  British Isles must migrate annually, and that Canada can obtain the best .of  these people if they are gone after and loo"ked for in tlie right way. At tlie  present time, however, the eyes of the majority of these intending British emigrants are turned towards Australia and New Zealand, rath-er than towards  Canada, and it is reported that considerable, amazement prevails in England  and Scotland that Canada should be neglecting such an opportunity of obtaining good settlers when, admittedly, this Dominion is so badly iu need of  population. .  Probably the Federal Government is working out a* new and comprehensive immigration policy. At least it is. to be hoped so. But in the meantime Canada is losing tens of thousands of new settlers which might be obtained, and it must" be realized that every-British immigrant to Australia or  New Zealand becomes an additional inducement, for others to go there and |  join friends and relatives rather than come to Canada, just as eA'ery one coming here is apt to influence someone else to come.  We have advanced the argument, that, so far as the Canada 'Colonization*  Association is concerned, it cannot do better work at the present time than  to immediately apply its declared policy ol' '-assisting settlers io make good"  to those already in this country who are located on land unsuitable for successful agriculture, and actively interest itself in the removal of these farmers to other and more suitable locations. We adhere to tliat. view, and.-.likewise approve the decision of the Government to grant extra homesteads to  men who find they cannot make a success of their present holdings.  But while this work of re-location is being proceeded with, the Government should not neglect the opportunity whieh is now  theirs of encouraging  the  right  type  of British  emigrants   lo choose  Canada   in  preference  to  any  "and all other countries.      Nevertheless, tlie almost universal opinion seems fo  be that this opportunity is not being grasped as it ought to be.  Greater care must, however, be exercised in future in lhe location of immigrants on the land. fn tlie past, with millions of acres of arable lands  conveniently near to exisiing lines ot railway, immigrants were located in  colonies long distances irom means of transportation with the result that ihey  have been, and still are, unable to make a success of farming because of the  prohibitive cost oi' getting their crops to market. They lind j' useless to  raise large crops because the cost of hauling their pro'duefs to market is  greater than the price that c-iti be realized. The*>e settlers may not. face  starvation, because the land will produce their own I'ood. hut they lack ready  money and are making no pi-agri-ess. ....  .Such settlers are not active agems in adding to the volume of traffic -so  sorely needed by our National Railways in order ro make that system a financial success. Yet if they had been located nearer those railways, both they  themselves and the railways would have benefitted and prospered. This is  ���������a lesson which should not be lost on our immigration authorities in connection with all future settlement..  Apart from the excessive cost of getting iheir crops to market, these  farmers in isolated districts havo to pay exorbitant prices I'or all needed supplies, and when it conies to threshing time the cost, of securing the services of  ourfits aiso operates to destroy protiis and to render the cultivation of jn-  i"Tt*������ase'i acreages impossible.  In connection with the re location of present seitlers, as well as the location of incoming settlers, e.-ory effort should be put forth to populate the  vacant lands now reasonably near existing lines of railway. The West needs  :������ more intensive settlement ol' people within the radius of existing-trunsnona-  <u>r. :a*:jiji:es. ivuher limn .i  further spreading out of .scattered settlements.  Hurry mother! Even a sick child  loves the ��������� "-fruity" taste, of "California  Fig Syrup".and* it ntevef- fails to open  the bowels. A teaspoonful today may  prevent a. sick child tomorrow. If  constipated, bilious.' feverish, fretful,  has cold, colic, or if stomach,is sour,  tongue coated, breath bad, remember  a good cleansing of the little bowels  is often alt that is necessary.   " . ��������� -  Ask your druggist for genuine "'California Pig 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.  The Sundew plant family have  glands containing a-secretion-that'-dissolves insects.  '^dS^^k      -D^^Bfck  *��������� '*4D w.. .  like $15,000,000, it is- estimated, and  the reduction *ih; freight rates, without  any accompanying reduction in operating costs, was bound to have an effect on the railway net nearnings.  Where the railways are benefitting,  however, as compared with last year,  is in the fact the totai grain crop to  be moved is considerably in excess of  that' available last year, and this  brings about a greatly increased volume of business for the national .roads  to share in.  Useful in Camp.���������Explorers, surveyors, prospectors and hunters will  find Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie Oil very  useful in camp. When the feet and  legs are wet and cold it is well to rub  them freely with the Oil and the result will be the ..prevention of pains in  the muscles, and should a cut, or contusion, or sprain be sustained, nothing  could be better as a dressing or lotion.  that crippled nie up so I couldn't work  and sent me to a hospital for abouE  ten months. *..-'.���������  "During this long siege of rheumatism I lost fifty-five pounds in weight.  I was just a shadow of my old selS  and had no strength? or .energy left. I  felt tired out and exhausted ail the  time.  ������������������'���������*.  "Finally I resorted to Tanlac and  got back on my feet so quick that it  surprised me. By the time I finished the fourth bottle I was feeling a  hundred per cent. well. I don't believe Tanlac has an equal."  Tanlac is sold by ail good druggists.  1  For Infants aiid Children  Use For Over30 Years  Always bears  ���������'��������� -the.  Signature of-  ; Farm Loans Are Profitable  The annuar report of the Manitoba  Farm Loans' Associatibn, a Government agency, shows a profit of S40,-  553 after repaying to the Provincial  Government the grant made for organization-purposes. The report covers  a period of nine months ending August 31st, 1922. The purpose of the  association is to assist in the financing of farm undertakings in connection with which it has at present, outstanding advances amounting . . to  $7,528,639. -  Peace and  Quietness  Tourist.���������Is this a quiet place?  Fisherman.���������Well, it were sir, unLil  folks began coming here to be quiet.   London Punch.  rr  n  B  fl/vntr fit- ���������D������*-o*ar*o������%i'  ~-a.~~.w~f   %.%* jl* m. *ts. wwlii,  Biliousness  Doctors warn against remedies  containing powerful drugs and  alcohol. "The Extract ������f Roots,  long known as Mother Seigel's  Curative Syrup, has no dope or  strong ingredients; itchasesaway  indigestion, biliousness and constipation. Can be had at any  drug store.*'    Get  the genuine.  t""   50c. and $1.00 Bottles. a  =1KIB= II- -1CT!  Such  a   Sore  Lii'*'' ~-~~i..Ji L<-com������i oxi roiimly dull ! *.>r  a. fforiii-n v.-he* uiarrW-d a man to ro-  :'orai hicu, *.\U*n she finds lhai sho has  succeeded.���������Alba n y  Journa I.  Then***- is no poisonous tngivtlioni in  FJoiloway's. Corn Ivomivvor, wnil h ������-*in  be u?*<*(i wiihotit dajinj-^r or injury.  Cottages Built For Luck  In remote parts of idnghuKl are Ktill  to he seen cottages wll,li sloping walls,  Thcy were bul 11 slightly out ol" the  I mo because ol' a tmrlcnis snipers tit Ion  thai, if a house was bul ll oxnciiy  sqiun'c ii was bound )o collapse.  Di pio������ir<���������*���������"���������������������y  GUARD THE BABY  AGAINST COLDS  It.   was   r.-viifi'-m ly   lift'   t'n:*i    visit ,io  I ho KJ(-'at   frjnijorium   ,anil   she   wus  no  tlcenbl v (>iub:i rrnHHod.  ���������T-or-wlHh     i.o     look     :,i     sun,..-        To mmnl   Hie    baby    aftaltist    colds  .,,,..,        , . nothing   can    equal    Haby's Own Tab-*  ������r-~ial������o hair,    sho hI,-whuhmv<I. ( ,eLSi    rh(, TabItsls nro ., rniU, jiixul\ve  "Very    well,    miss,"    ro.joinpd     rhf.i thitt will Uo-op tho 1111Io one's Htomnoh  diplomatic   aaff'Hinan.       "What   shade [ and bowols working regularly.    1% Ih i'i  (Iop~  you i* fri-find  dfmliv?'  ttaaaatmm--.  sf*g>*-"t  \W^D:OMlf'S."%  fmuHmz  -*-���������** '       ���������  U<'^Bitt'^RuiMt^BMaHili^BdllMIMjl  $087  'tHT. Pr  ���������~4 M W -*J SL  ret-,aKi\\7.<Hl  fact thai, where the Htoiu-  i anli :������n<l bowel������ arc In g������od ordor thai  colds  will   nor  ox lot;   llml: t lies health  of I lio HI tie ont- wilt be ffood and thai  h������*   will   thrive   and   bo   liuin������.V.       The  T;ibl**"fs  arc  hoI<I   by   itiortleino  donloi'S  for' by mail tii  t'fi i:enl.������ a box from Tho  I IM-. Williams' i\|fdi<-im- Co., Itroclivlllo,  I Onr,  Clothe*!"* and tho Mats  I 'I  ill-     Jl������UllilK������!l      Uli     .lill'U     .|>OIII|tSN\>      i.i  i ..iilil in own iik.ii ,t s-uilH nl' ckvllics ;b:ui  j {i*nj- oihr������r mn it In N������-*w Vorl������. \U* linn  [iw/(������  v'Hsnu. bll("d     with     I lit" m.      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G,  9  armers  xBors;  iisiness  WESTERN  EDITORS  o-  Calgary.���������Expressing     an     opinion  tliat the 'establishment of axi-y scheme  for wheat marketing^ would be. unlikely to  secure for 4:he farmers enough  -money to make it.-a problem for serious- consideration J.    13.    Musselman,  secretary of the Saskatchewan jG-rain  Growers' Association, spaakiiig; as    a  fraternal delegate to the United Farmers of Alberta, convention, stated that  the farmers must go through a period  of suffering during the time in which  there was being brought about a re-  establishment of-a reasonable parity  "between the prices at which the farm-  -r*srs hayte*tp buy arid what they have to  sell.' " Such, a time ���������  of  -distress,    he  thoug*ht5fwas impossible to avoid, and  it must be borne by all, farmers, labor-  men and business men "alike.  - - United' Farmers of Alberta at 'this  time will not go into the co-operative  meat   export,  business. ..After a long  :[  Six Millioa For Salmon  Britain and Franee- Take Bulk of B.C.  .-..-,.-,- Pack ���������*.'.'...  Victoria, "B.C.���������In British Columbia  603,54:8 cases of salmon were packed  iir 1921, and 6,000,000 was"'realized.  There remains to be sold 120,000 cases  ot "pinks." France absorbed a large  proportion of the 192,906 cases of  pinks, and Great Britain took more  than half of the sockeye pack of 163,-  914peases, leaving- about *75,000 cases-  for Canadian consumption.  COULDN'T BO HOUSEWORK,  HEART WAS SO BAD  Many women, get weak and run down  and unable -to look after their house--  hold duties owing to the heart action  becoming Impaired or the nervous system unstrung. M  Nature     intended    women    to;   be  Cabinet Differences  discussion, the 1,043 delegates decid-] strong,- healthy arid nappy instead of  ed to table indefinitely a report trom  slckr and wretched.      But how can a  ���������....-.-������������������-���������- ���������      *- '.    ' * - -  *������_     - ��������� -M. ,   a special committee -which, recommended "that, the association go into  the business of shipping chilled beef  -to British markets on a co-operative  plan.  F. M. Black, treasurer of tne United Grain ; Growers, "Limited, who  spoke by invitation, was not optimistic over the possibility of developing  a chilleclT~beef export business from  Alberta points. : Mr. Black predicted''  the removal of the British embargo  cm Canadian cattle within about six  weeks, as the result of the settlement  of the Brish question.  The report of the committee advised that action should be taken  Immediately to start - marketing Alberta beef by the chilled 'meat system,  through the medium of a co-operative  company. *���������  Hon. George Hoadley, "provincial  minister  of  agriculture,   had" written  Russell Hogg, Publisher of the News,  Oak "Lake. Man.  an  esiste  woman be strong and healthy when  day   in   and   day   out  she  has   to  go  through the same-routine of work,  sweeping, dusting, cooking, washing,  etc. Is it any wonder that the heart  becomes affected and .she gets irritable and nervous, lras-hot flushes, faint  and dizzy spells, smothering and sinking spells and can't sleep at night.  To.all women whose heart is weak  and whose nerves are unstrung we  would recommend  MIS-BURN'S  HEART AND NERVE PiLLS  as the best remedy to tone up the system: and strengthen the weakened organs.  Mrs. Daniel Bezanson, Loganville,  N.S., writes- ���������"As I was,troubled.^with  a weak heart for nearly two years I  am writing to tell you wh  sr great  remedy, Miiburn's Hearty and Nerve  Pills, has done for me.  -My. heart was so bad at night I  could not sleep, I would take smothering spells, and was so weak I could"  not do my housework. "I tried two  doctors, but got no results.     -A friend  Belgian     Charged     With      Obtaining  Money Under False Pretences  Z Vancouver.���������George Darrison, a Belgian, is in hospital suffering from bullet wounds in- the thigh inflicted by  police of South, "Vancouver when he  resisted arrest on a charge of obtaining money under false pretences.  Darrison is alleged to have advertised  for workers for a paper mill "which  was to be started at Coquitlam, B.C.,  with Belgian capital. He is said to  have collected a deposit from prospective employees on account of board  and lodging to be arranged for.  London.-���������The. London. Times   says  that the cabinet differences were so  acute at the last weekend that there  was a possibility that Premier Lloyd  George-would withdraw from the government and hand the r-^ins over to  Austen Chamberlain, who, heading a  united Unionist party, would have  a  working majority of about 100 in the  House of Commons,  from which the  Sinn Fein members still remained absent.. ���������" -;.���������;  The Times adds that this possibility  may now be. said to have disappeared;  that Mr. Lloyd George was reluctant  to leave office before  completing the  act of parliament involved in, the Irish  treaty and was also keenly desirous  of realizing fully the possibilities  of  the Genoa conference.  "The postponement of the re-opening  of "the British Parliament from January 31 until February 7, was said by  the.party whips to be due to the fact  that parliament usually meets during,  the second weekoE February and that  there was^ -much, financial "spade  work" to be sJone before it can reassemble.  In political circles,-it was said the  report of the economy committee  headed by Austin Chamberlain and Sir  Eric Geddes, was not yet ready and  would not be available yet for at least,  a fortnight.     The government  wishes  to digest the report thoroughly, it was  said, before parliament meets.  .������������������������������������" The Evening Standard says it understands one of the m.ain reasons for  postponement is on account of problems in: connection with drafting necessary legislation to put the Erish  treaty into effect.  May Soon Take Seats  1 Belfast^���������As a- consequence of developments in connection with the establishments of the Irish Free State,  the Irish Nationalists will soon take  their seats in-the Northern Parliament  which they have boycotted since its  establishment, the Belfast Telegraph  says it has learned on good authority.  Wants t-o Sell Menagerie  Sofia.���������-King Boris of Bulgaria is  the -modern "-caan with an elephant on.  his hands" and he wants to sell part  of .his private menagerie. . Particularly, he would like to dispose of two elephants and several fine buffalos which  are now in the grounds of the sum-  iner palace near Sofia.  By making your purchases rroin  your- home merchant you are contributing direct to the prosperity of  the communityjin which you. live.  Girl Bank Messenger Robbed  Toronto.���������Miss Margaret Eedpath,  a clerk inTthe employment of the  Penny Bank, was held up and robbed  of f 1,500. This is the first time that  a girl bank messenger has been -waylaid in the city.  Tlie Secret of Good Heaitli  Jkssisi  Nature  that   the   Government was convincedjadvised meJ:o try your pills.     I.used }  that the weight.of evidence went to  show that shipping of chilled Alberta"  beef to the British market would hot  be a profitable enterpriser"'" .; ;  six boxes and am completely relieved.  I think they are the best remedy for  heart trouble there is" -  - Price, 5-Oc a box at all dealers, or  mailed direct on receipt of price by  The 1*MiLburn Co.. Limited, Toronto,  Ont* 'J',** ���������-',"'��������� "[-Z-<-'"'1'.  It pays to patronize home industry.  Buy from the; merchants in your own  town:  Specify       Z-  "Imperial" Linotype  'Imperial" Stereotype  "Imperial" Intertype  "Imperiar Monotype  From the very start "Imperial"  Type metals found favor with the  Reading newspapers of that time.  That was because we recognized the  peculiar quality of metal necessary  and experimented until our results  satisfied us.< That lt satisfied others  -���������la satisfying others���������Is eloquently  proven by the fact that 90 per cent,  of the Printing Establishments in Canada*, are consistent and regular users.  Z'- Working Full Time  V Brantford, Ont.���������The Massey-Harrij-  Company announced that the 600 employees "now on their pay roll would  be placed on full time*. The hope was  expressed that this longer time would  prevail for some weeks.  ACHES MD PAINS-  SLOAN'S GETS IBS!  i^mmz8~x~%.  mm.     The Canada Metal Co., Limited  WINNIPEG  AVOID the misery of racking pain.  Have a bottle of Sloan's Lini-  ' m~t~xt iiandy   and apply  when  you first feel the ache or pain.  It quickly eases the pain and-sends  B feeling of warmth through the  Gching part ��������� Sloan's Liniment penetrates  ���������without rubbing. .., ,  Fine, too, for rheumatism, neuralgia,  Eclatica, sprains and strains, stiff joints,  lame baclr ancl sore muscles.  For forty years pain's enemy. .Ask  your neighbor.  At aUdruggists~3Sc, 70c, $1.40.  inimentcs  When Nature requires assistance, she  will not be slow in conveying to you  an intimation of the iact. Decline of  energy, inability to sleep -well, Kead-  - ache, biliousness, constipation, a gen-  j    eral sluggishness of mind andvbody and  normal    any sign of digestive/Vunrest" sriould--  action       impel you to seek the aid of a reliable  ���������medicine with out delay.   The re is no  better���������no surer���������no safer���������than this  proven remedy.  "Ill llll tfWlnllUffllllli   *  Sold  everyt^here  in boxes  25c���������40 pills  50c���������90 pills  GfflffljHjj  pwwwwiiHajwuuMW  ���������''���������''fr-r'^S'K''1*-?-'1^-'^  Wheels Turn Easier-  Imperial Mica Axle Grease gives perfect lubrication between hub and axle. Its mica flakes  nmooth the roughness of the .spindle and huh,  enabling* the grease to do it a -work more thoroughly.. Saves friction* -wear and tear, home  power and axle trouble. Goes twice as far as  ordinary axle grease and lasts twice as long.  Harness Lasts Longer-  Imperial Eureka Harness Oil will "keep leather  ��������� tsoft and pliable and double the life or hameas.  Tugs and straps remain soft and aro cattily  adjusted, as tho oil penetrates to every fibre of  the leather. Prevents c vac king and breaking of  stitches and needless repair* Imperial Eureka  Harness Oil gives a rich black, lasting finish.  HMPERIAl*   Oil*   OMITTED  * ffantiftittn C*sn.p4tnv        Canadian Capital  Canadian! Work-man  ~u~mti~~wm~i~immmtsm~~M  l',nftliwii**iiiin*.������i'in*n'������ii>riiiiifrii'H.'ii' '���������'"' "  v. r     r-v      . ,    t    t* xv  w. ri. nkkniM,  Elected President ol the Union. Bank-  ol? Canada, to succeed John Gait, who  retires from the presidency because  of his removal from Winnipeg to  make his home in "Victoria, B.C. Mr.  Gait remains a member of the Board  ol' Directors.  Union Bank of  Canada Aids Agriculture  Annual Report of Unl<*>n Bank of Canada  Shows This  Institution  Continues  to   Give , Valuable   Assistance to Farmers  The 1921 report of the Union Bank  of Canada now available to the public  could  not havo  appeared at a more  opportune time.  The outstanding impression that is  gained from examination of the  Bank's statement ia that the Bank has  been particularly active in providing  Cor the needs oC its farmer clients.  Current loang and discounts in Canada total over $(32,000,000 and demand  loans In Canada secured by grain  amount to $7,295,483. Thcso and  other, figures in the statement prove  that the Bank in helping to finance  tho agricultural -industry o~ tho Dominion in substantial mcaauro.  Dealing ���������with tho report as a wholo,  it is very re-assuring to note that the  Union Bank has boon able to maintain  a strong cash position. Total assots  exceed $152,000,000, and include gold  and silver coin and Dominion Government notes amounting to $14,220,720,  Dominion and Provincial Government  securities $15.040,G01, Canadian-Municipal hoc uri Ale u and other rmullc securities totalling $!>,RJ8,253, current loans  and discounts in Canada $C2,010.007,  and loans to governments and municipalities $7,42O,G20.  The officials of tho Bank desorvo  commendation for placing before the  public such a strong balance Bheot,  particularly In view oC tho 'fact that  such a statement will servo as a stabilising medium at this time.  W.   H.   IT.   1404  S^Ak^CuMt/  4Bi  ^SaOLJI MSP  ������A Supply of "Clark?' Good  Things, all ready to serve  provides a choke of many  excellent dishes for every  occasion, without hours of  cookinjjf. For a satisfying,  Btrencthening mealr ������erv������  Clark's  Pork &   Beans  WITH CHILI, TOMATO OR PLAIN SAUCE  A real treat. Every beam cooked Just right In the  Creat Clark ovent. Never hard, never muJiliy,  and the seasoning Is delicious.  At Dealers Everywhere  ^ZZP. 7'XZ '-rr vm-tim. '���������gtSffiagSJSES^g*^^ Hirnif i~~~~r~f~m\  THE  CRESTON' BBTIS^  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Ifesued every Friday at Creston* B.C.  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance.  $3���������0C> to U.S. points.  C. P. Ha-xes. Editor aod Owner,  ORESTON,  B.C., FRIDAY* JAN. 26  at.  Irrigation i Agriculture  Jos. Adlard's reply to the above Toast at  at Board af Trade Annual Dinner  I  have   no   doubt but that Mr.  Littlejohn and   myself are   considered cranks on thesubjeet of irriga  tion, yet the more   I   see   of   this  country,     the   more   I   read   and  think, the deeper   and   firmer   be  comes my convictions of the absol-  ttte need   of irrigation in   this dis  trict,    and    of   the   benefits   that  would aecrue thereby.  If we shculd get a return:to'-the  rainfall conditions o* 1810-15 I  doubt very much-if even that pre-'  oipitafcion would be sufficient for  our crop needs. There are two  .conditions that militate against it:  Tree growth and exposed soil, the  latter being no .smalt:factor*in.the  case.  Last fall we felt pretty sure that  this spring -would see a start made  upon the installation of the Arrow  Creek scheme.    In that we are dis  appointed   and    our   condition   is  made worse thereby;.  Gentlemen, this is a subject of  most vital importance to this distriot.    I am hot so surev but   that  4' . -*"  you are more viatally affected than  are the farmers themselves. The  'security'of all the. investments in  the town depend upon, successful  agriculture, and that without irrigation is impossible.  Should our friend, Mr. Rodgers.  be Eaianufactusing his lumber on a  basic price of say $lr while his  C3mpetitor a few miles away was  turning out the same class of  Inmber on a basic price of ,50 cents  I am quite sure that he would not  long continue in business "ou that  basis, yet that is exactly what the  f. nit growers of this Valley are  doing.  In your address, Mr.    President.  submitting tr. en I would warn you  against the   attitude   of,   "What's  the use,  we  ������  we  you stated that the shipments of  apples from this ValleyN this year  numbered 154,000 boxes���������astu pendens total-���������yet, sir, it is only com-  paif&tlvely so. Early Its 191 @ Mr*  Jackson of the O.U.G., speaking in  the old Auditor ium, after a trip  through 'the Vaiiey. said that in  five or six years we would be shipping 500 or ���������90 cars of apples per  year. His statement was not over  sanguine, looking, as he did,  through the eyes of aiTirpigationist.  I wish to give to you some figures  on tree production, gathered whilst  I was at Kelowna, and   since..   In  can'tzsell   what  grow now,"      It is the basic price  ajb which you can produce   as com*  pared    with   uther '.* d isbricts   that  counts.    In   the   orchard"   of   Mr.  Keane of Penticton is a fifteen-year  old tree that produced this year 37  boxes of number ones, and one box  of cull apples. In the same orchard  37 trees yielded   770 boxes packed,  or an average of 21  boxes per .tree.  At Kelowna, .MivZ 'Anderson,  from  11 acres, picked  5500 packages  of  fruit;   3500 being apples  and   the  rest prunes and peaches.  ***"'*.- ." ���������       ���������  No-w, since we   are obliged to go  on to the world's market with our  fruit it is very pertinent to us what  our friends immediately to the  south of us are doing. We will  take one example from Fruitlands,  Idaho. An orchard of eight acres,  thirteen years-old, containing 565  trees. This orchard in 1910--yield-  ed 9648 boxes���������1206 per acre.  Think, sir, what that means. lf  we could get one-third of that y ield  we would think we had a wonderful crop. I could not help comparing Mr. Compton's orchard with  this yield. Had his orchard yielded at that rate this year he alone  would have had more applet than  were shipped by either the Union  or Staples Fruit Company.  We had, in   the   past,   a   market  right  at   our doors consuming  all  we   could    produce; ^consequently-  market   and     prices    were   good.  Then our increasing volume overflowed     into     Southern    Alberta.  Continuing to grow it has reached  to all part** of the.'.'prairie, atid even  to Ontario, anc&this year  a considerable portion has "gone to England.  Today we   are   selling   upon   the  world niarket.    Every apple grow*  er in. America   and   Europe   is   a  competitor   with    the   grows���������   in  Creston Valley,  and the  only-way  we can meet that competition is by  maximum   yields,   minimum   cost,  quality of product and   pack.    The  two latter we  have, but  to assure  the first two wis must  do as others  |iave had to do, IRRIGATE.  CATERIN8 IM ALL ITS BRANCHES  CRESTON  BA.K.jE/K.X  and  TEA ROOM  Christ Church  MaaTino  ,*feJ*%!*S:a������������Si  A ~m~wm^s *������������������������'-  JT-S.ZiZ.-~12. -.MV-^S  Moir's and Neilson's  Chocolates.  Hot Lunches  Tea, Coffee, Cocoa  Bovril  Teh  apples  years  from  ago   the  Creston  export   of  was   small.  I  Richard Barthelmess  has   mad������   th������  MJ  ������.jb������j������������������  -et*~m n*x*t.w -m ~naa~  1*691   ajPa*-.*4.*W*.i*������*  of his life!  He's been in some mighty fine  ones before.  Remember him in  Blossoms," "The Idol  "Way Down East." Good stuff, eh !  '���������Broken  Dancer,'  But now he's a  First National  star���������this is HIS picture-���������and  stands with the  Screen's Finest!  Joseph   Bergesheimer   wrote  story   for the  "Saturday  Evening Post."  the  Bat you ought to see what  Barthelmess has made of the  boy who wanted to be a man  but who was "jes' tol'able"  in his mountain mother's  eyes.  Lots of others wil! thrill and  throb with you at the  ThQatrp  11* ��������������� i  M%.J& -M <UM~nt%S?.~  lt%,1>~*9~r*K*iC.  tt     M0M %0t~L0~0f I  %^:'j^d^'     ~W~W~W~~~WK~_*3~~~m~Vf'  Reports presented at the annual  meeting of Christ Church congregation on "Wednesday night in; the Parish "Hall iind ieate' that 1922 has-been  another successful year in all- depaa t-  inents of chiYrch effort.   ���������*������'  The gathering was presided overbuy  the rectoi. Rev. H. Varley, with an  attendance of about seventy* of the  members of the church, the business  session being preceded by a bountiful  J stipper served by the;, members of the  Ladies' Guild.  7 The financial statement submitted  by treasurer. O. G. Bennett "showed  that every 1022 indebtedness had been  taken care of and the year had closed  with a small~<:ash balance to the good.  Mrs. Thurston subunitted tfie report  of the Sunday school, which showed  that the school had operated with an  attendance fully up to that of the  -yeas*> previous, whilst the statement  Lead by ~\S.~H~. P. G. Ebbtibt. treasurer  ofthe "Ladies' Guild, indicated that  that organization had had a banner  year#in 1922, the cash intake for the  twelve months'"being over. $700. The  ladies had taken care of the seiui-Alui*  ual payments on the new rectory an  well as meeting some v������of the other  operating expenses of .the.church^ ;; \  Repairing  Men's Half Soles, $1.25  Women'sHalf Soles, $1.00  Guaranteed for 6 months,  *..... Spftpsis ef      #  :. tpq.   a  Junior  organized  , and  ,* 0.V.MX   f������n  ���������  During   the    year.  Guild,    had     been  although it was quite Jate  in '  when   it  was  formed the junior lady  members of the  church   had had one  successful tea and sale   nf   their   own  work,   which   was   a   great   financial  success.  The congregation made a change in  its tyarden and, the rector alao selected  a new member to occupy the place of  minister's representative on the  managing board, the 1923officers being  as follows: *    '  People's warden���������James Cook.  .   ���������  Rector's warden���������Percy H. Watson.  Treasurer���������O. G-. Bennett,  .     Vestry Clerk���������P. H. Watson.  1     Vestry���������J.   W.    Hamilton,     R.    A.  j Palfteytnan, W. B. McAlpine.   C. G.  Bennett,  A.. A. J. Oollis,   C. B. Gui*  land and H. 'Oakley.  The rector announced that -for this  year he would nsk that two ladies of  the congregation be named to act on  the vestay, and the honors fell to Mrs.  EL Lvne nnd Mrs. J. W. Hamilton.  As there was no meeting of the synod  of the diocese last year it wat) decided  to allow the delegates elected last year  to afct for 1923.  The rector announced tliat the 5000  nickel fund which had been inaugurated last fall was being splendidly  receiyed nnd there was eyery reason  to believe it would go over top before  the year was completed. During 1D22  the church and rectory grou���������������������"!��������������� have  had the posts put in and tt is the  intention to complete the fencing job  as sopn as weather will permit. ������  Estimates for 1023 call for the  expenditure of the money neceosaay  to renovate the interior of the church  nnd some improvements ure projected  for the, church property generally.  Ifi22 flaw Rain of fifteen In church  membership as a result of confirmation  held early lust year, and clauses hre  now being fornmd-for another confirmation in Mny.  A well deserved yote of'thanks wna  tendered W/JHJ. McAlpine, the retlr-"  Ing people's"warden. He has occupied  fchut powitlon ' for tho past two yofin.8  and huti rendered exceptionally faithful and efficient . service in all-the  departments of a diver Hided position.  The teachers and officers of the Sunday school, the organ 1st and Lnclaou"  Guild were iUbo euloglxcd for tho able  assistancejgheerfully rendered In 11122.  At the close of the business session  liii.Bi; ( a-i,*i.*i*,nt enjoyed a couple Houtm  dancing and other forms of sociability.  Sfltnlmtutt price of Hrst-class land  redhaced to $5 an acre; second-class 5*  $2.50 an. acre.  / Pre-emption  now  confined   to. surveyed lands only.  Records -will be granted covering only  land suitable i'or agricultural purpose?  and which Is non-timber land.  Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  but parties'of not more than four may  arrange * for adjacent pre-emptions  witb joint residence, but each, making  necessary^ improvements on respective  * clalnAB *      r--.:--...  ,-...iy-.i.   ^x-,-.���������   -  -00.  ��������� ���������*** r  > Pre-einpto-m'must occupy claims Cor  Ave years aad maks Ssaprcvesasnts to  vaa-ue of $10 per acre, including clearing- and cultivation of at least S acres.  before receiving Crown Grant.  - "Wnere pre-emptor'-in occupation not  Eess than S years, and has made proportionate Improvements, he may. because of Ill-health, or other cause, be  granted intermediate certiflcate of improvement and transfer -his- claim.  Records without permanent residence may be Issued, provided appll-  1 cant makes improvements to extent of  $800 per annum and records same each  , year. Failure to make improvements  or record same will operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained in  less than 5 years, and improvements  of $10.00, per acre, including 5 acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  of at least 2 years are required, jfe  Pre--emptor holding Crown ^rant  may record another pre-emption, if he  requires land tn conjunction with his  farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made  and -residence maintained on Crown  granted land.  Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 20  acres, may be leased as homesltes;  title to bo obtained after fulfilling residential and Improvement conditions.  "Por. grazing and Industrial put-noses  areas exceeding 040 acres may be  leaned by one person or company.  MIU, factory or Industrial sites on  timber land not exceeding 40 acres  may be purchased; conditions include  payment of stumpage.  Natural hay Smeodows inaccessible  by existing roads may be purchased  conditional upon construction of & road  to them. Rebate of ono-hstlf of coat of  rostd, not exceeding half of purchase  price, is made.  PRE-EMPTORft'      FREE  ft " ACT.  rile t������noi  GRANTS  for  from  such   person,  year  -"- The pnope of this Aot la enlarged to  Include all persons Joining and serving with His 'Majesty's Forces. The  time within which, the heirs or devisees  of a deceased pre-emptor may apply  Itle under this Aot ia extended  for one year from the death of  person, as formerly, until one  after the conclusion of* the present  war. Thia prtvttoge Is also mado -*o-  troactive. Q  No fees relating to pre-emptions ure  due or payable hy soldiers on    preemptions recorded after June 26, 1018  Taxes aro remitted for flvo years.  ProviKlon for return of moneys accrued, duo-and been paid since August  i. 3014, on account of payments, fees  or taxes on soldlora' pre-emptions.  Interoat on agreements to purchaue  town or city lots held by members oi  Allied "forces, or dependents, acquired  direct or Indirect, remitted from en-  Hutment to March 31. 1080.  SUBPURCHASERS   OF  CROWN  j, LANDS.  Provision mado for Issuance of  Crown grants to sub-purchasers of  Crown Lands, acquiring rights from  purelmKorn who failed to complete  ptii-vhaso, Involving forfolturo, on ful-  lU.mont of conditions of purchase, interest and taxes. Where aub-purchim-  ern do not claim wholo of original parcel, purchase prloq duo and taxes may  hi* distributed proportlona t-oly ovor  wholo area. Applications ini'M  made by May I, 11)20.  ba  Qraitng  ��������� GRAZING,  Act,   11*19,   for  urunm aw. uuu, ror nyuteniuUc  development of UvWitocU Industry provides* 1<sr graslng dlutrletH nnd range  iLclmlniutrul Ion     uiw1*������r    rim*.*-.*���������*..���������...���������������'   admlnluirallon undor C'omntl������aioiier.  Anuu������l grazing pennltii Uiauinl bnn-ed  on numberu ranged; priority for <i.-������t������ib-  llsliod     owners.       Stock-mvnnrK  lorhi   Ahhoo In lions   for rnng-u        ���������_  ment. Frwo, or partially n-un. jn-rmltH  tor h*<HlurH. cBmiMir* or ������ravi������l|^r:*~ .iti  to ten head.  may  manriKu-  ^:;  llwWwillMI*  MllW-l������ft������M*i*^wW>i^  IM^!W*w������WiM������W������Mi������WWIi^H*^ WWMHWMMMMMlM r \ .-  '     r -  t.  THE  CRESTON  REYIEW  y?  *    ���������>'  /     y  Is there any  : in  ������use?  This is the first question that presents itself,  to the housewife sf an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a metal. But way  worry?  Shamrock Brand  Means and Bacon  Finest   Quality  CookedSiam ;  Lunch Meat  Bologna, &������������������  are   always   to   be   had  here.    Ih meats nothing;  atf-aa-as-slre   ���������SI***** a.oatt*B=rttfiRl?'  Banquet to Short  Course Lecturers  ���������'���������'��������� The united efforts of members of the  United Faruiei-Jncals and the business  men of Oreston were responsible; for  the most   successful  quite equals  prod acts.  ���������Shan|roek  P.  Came to the prssnslses of the undersigned first tveek in December, three  head of cattle���������two heifers and one  steer. Steer is black and white; one  heifer red, mooley; other heifer is  Jersey, showing ringworm. Owner  cats have same on proving propei ty  and paying expenses. - L. N. LEAMY,  sTlMjF-i'.-of'^--**--.  \>������.<co������li-ii������  HEIFERS ESTRAY  Game to my ranch, December 1st,  one black yearling heifer, no brands  Visible. Owner can have same on  proving property and paying expenses.  A. JD. POOHIN. Canyon.  Came tb the premises off the under  signed  on or about Dec. 1st, one red  mooley. heifer, three or^four years old.  Gwnea can have  same *snn  paying expenses.   W.  Q.   WIJLSON,   Erickson  JERSEY BULL ESTRAY  Came to the ^premises of the undersigned on or about December 18. 1922,  one Jersey bull, about two years old,  no brands yisible.      Owner can have  same on pfoyinspKOuos-uj,  expenses.  Creston.  FWJCER      NECEFERO,  MARE AND COLT ESTRAY  Came to the mill premises of Canyon  City Lumber Company. Ltd., ac  Canyon Oity, on or about the first of  the week in December, one bay mare  with a atStr on forehead, with bay  sucking colt. Owner can have same  on proving property and paying all  expenses,  NOTiCE  The Goat < Mountain Waterworks  Company, Limited, hereby give notice  that it has applied to the Board of  Investigation fer an order extending  untilSletDecember, 1025, the Schedule  of Tolls which it is no.w authorized to  charge for water, except that the  charge for washing machines driven  bv water shall be 82.00 per month,  and then only with special permission,  in writing, at the option of the Com  pany. *  A cony of the said Schedule has,  been filed in the office of the Water  Recorder at Nelson, and at the Comp-  trolller-afc Victoria, B.C.  The application will be heard in the  board room. Parliament Buildings.  Victoria, B.C., on Monday, the 20th  of January, 1023, at 10 a.m.  .Objections tp the application shall  be filed with the Board of Investigation  in writing before the 22nd of January,  1023, or they will not be taken into  consideration.  Dated at Oreston this 30th day of  December, 1022.  THE GOAT MOUNTAIN WATER-  ���������   'WORKS COMPANY, Limited.  Loyal Oranp Lodp, No. 2095  Meets THIRD THUK8D AY of  each month at Mercantile  Hall. Visltln g brethren cordially invited.  ERIC OLSON W.M  banquet iti the  recent history of Cieston. the affair  being in honor of Messrs. Middleton, |  Hare. Skelton and Boving, of tbe B.C.,  University faculty of agriculture, who  were here all last week in connection  with'., the short course school iti agriculture, the^jining room of the Norris  Ca?e being "taxed almost to capacity  on Thursday night to take care of the  turnout.  After another of Mr, Norris excellently prepared, expeditiously served*  and bountifully spread menus. had"  been done full justice tor the evening's  proceedings were taken charge of by  W. J. Truscott, president of Oreston  local of the United Farmers, who  after briefly expressing the double  pleasure the occasion afforded; that of  entertaining such welcome quests amd  for Jbhe first ti me on record-gathering  the business men of town and farmers  of{ the district around the festive  board under suoh .happy circumstances, the usual nmnd of toasts were  proposed and respond to with a display of local oratory that has never  been '���������" edgualied in tbe history of the.  town.  "The Province" was proponed" by  R. B. Staples, who in his ut<ual practical fashion pointed out that the  success and development of the older  pvoviuces in Canada had been an large  measure, due to the efforts of the  pioneers. In like manner Manitoba  had "rio*?? commenced tsi coins* into its  own, and Saskatchewan and Alberta  were on the way. He belieyed' the  spirit of- the early pioneers was in  great measure manifest , in the men  and the women who were making a  name for British Columbia and he had  no doubt that in due course their  efforts would be crowned witn" the  sanie success as was to be noted particularly in the banner eastern province  of Ontario. *.*������������������  ; Mr. W. A.r Middleton, pi ovincial  horticulturist, who replied to the  toast, followed 'in the same strain.  He stated that a bountiful providence  had supplied B.C. with such abound-  ing;iiaturai resources in  in'g;��������� lumbering and  possibilities that a bright and prosper*  ���������eiis' 'Hu'tture foi* this T^r-ovince could  hardly fail to eventuate. -  ' "University of BC." was introduced  very briefly^ by CO. Bennett, - and  was replied to at length by Mr. Hare  ofthe animal husbandry branch of  agricultural effort at the university,  who most interestingly sketched - the  work that was being done by the staff  of the faculty of agriculture and  assured that the buildings, equipment  and other improvements that were  now assured would be very fully  appreciated by a university a tend ance  that was only excelled by one*-other  university in all Canada insofar as  agricultural instruction was concerned.  "Agriculture" was d-elrgnted to Mr.  H. Lyne to introduce and he con*  fined himself mostly to demonstrating  that funning was the eldest as well as  the basic industry of all countries in  all times, with its prosperity doming  in cycles. Mt. Boving, the lecturer  on soils and crops, spoke very briefly  in reply, pointing out thut coming, as  hedid, fi-otu Sweden, whereagriculture  was the flrat of iill industries, he  believed that B.C. wan giving very  considerable as well as practical attention to promoting agricultural effort  and that the farmers of the province  would in due course benefit by the  wdrk that was being carried out by  the proviatdalju.uthorttLes.   '  "The Press" waa very ably handled  by W. B. Embree, who, in Introducing the toast, gave an interesting  Bketch of the power journalism could  wield, whilst in his reply C. 1<\ Hayes  pointed out some of the practical ubbs  that could be made of the local press  n ii minim i ii nni mm. iiumn* ��������� n.-*/���������.n    .nm,. n ui,*ii ni������_   ���������  and invited a much fuller use of this  means of promoting community effort.  "The Ladies'* were sponsored by  Messrs. E. C. Gibbs and Major Mallandaine, the latter referring in  eloquent terms* to the part woman had  played not only" during the war* but  in various other: phases of the Canadian national lifer  "United  ^rmers   in   B.C.'1   had a  vigorous champlon,in W. J. Truscott,  who proposed the toast,   arguing that  it   was   the " one-   organization   that  could bring the farmers into their own.  but that it  was powerless tiv accomplish this in   full   measure   until; such  time as it had the support of at least a  majority of the men on the land.>     In  replying   to   this    toast   C. O. Quist,  sppak ng as one   who   had   had   both-  farm and mercantile experience  made  a splendid^ plea for a closer study of  each others problems by   thc farmers  and business  men.    He felt sure that  once both   parties   really   understood  each other it would not  take long to  adjust   the "present    not   altogether  satisfactory relations   that   exist   between town and country dwellers.       j  "Industries" was introduced by jas,  Adlard,   who  pointed  out  how  agriculture,   which   ut   its   inception   was  self-contained, had  gotten away from  its   original     status,     and   was .^now-  dependent for success on   the prosperity of otherindiistries to  a very large ,  extent, and  this view was elaborated i  by CL B. Garland, who replied  to the  toast.  "CoOperation" was taken care of  by C. W. Allan, who in a nicely  reasoned introduction amongst "other  things presented thev view that in the  successful solution of the marketing  feature of the fruit grower's problems  it would . probably oe found best for  the men on the land to produce and  ship   their   products    arid   allow   an  experienced selli ng organisation handle the selling end of the business.  W. G. Littlejohn replied to the toast,  emphasizing,- amongst other, things,  the urgent necessity of -submerging  selfishness.    Unless this could be done  ��������� * . /  :  t-Vku.   u.i..Aaoo   rvtr      ���������>***������.������.   rvrx.-0vwv^...t t.v xra     xxtrt^-**.^.  ������vas doubtful.   Th connection with t tie  Sapiro    marketing    proposition   Mr.  Littlejohn   asked  that  too   much   be  not expected of it at its inception. - It  might be successful  from the start*, or  it might have   its defects that would  be  rectified  ffroin   time  to  time.    No  fishihg. ruin- j other  industry had   work^, ou|b   its  agricultural   own salvation the first year of trial,  -j  - .The toastmalter also introduced the  toast to "���������"Our Visltnrs,"  to which ;Mr=  Skelton; facetiously   raplaed.    He had  heard much of Crestois  and  its hospitality and ceitainly, and certainly, this l  The Trend of Business  TO forecast cseeeefif trade *<&&&������  A ������������������*.** At~ of vital importance to the  -m.ea.ts is ^  man. of businea*. ^  rSixr Monthly Commercial  Lettera,  Wwhich will fcc sent on *"****> ������J  tain   an^ea   of   agncuto^ a������2  trade conditions of gr^assistance in  reaching eousftd concRisionf-  tm  Ithe c^wadl^i bank  ii  Of1 GO  ^AID-UF CAF1TA2*       -        ��������� if 5,008,009  RESERVE FUND --,,,".- $15,000,000  CRESTON BRANCH, C G. Bennett, Manager.  Hot Air  and  Hot Water  Heating  Sheet Metal Work.    A good stock of Pipe  and Pipe Fittings oik hand.  E. W. RY'CKMArs,--Creston  Si&w is th������ Tim������  1  t&s* ^Winter  We haye just the kind of Lumber you need  to do tnis work.  visit' had convinced him that Creston  well deserved all: the buosLful thing's  that had been said of it. He hoped on  the occasion of hjs next visit to see the  area embraced in the Kootenay Flats  covered with poultry houses, and  Creston the big egg producing centre  of British Colmribia.   V    ��������� ������������������*'  The excellence of all the speeches  wasifurther enhanced by the several  vocal numbers by Messrs. O. B. Garland. E. C. Gibbs and W. J. Truscott,  and Mr. Collis presiding at the.piano,  pvoceediitgB closing with a'hearty ren  deling of Anl<| Lang Syne.  Protect your house  from Fire  building a Brick Chimney  We have the Brick 1 __  by  y  Also Lime, Cement, Shingles, Lath, Mouldings, ~&c.  Canyon City Lumber Company  Ll MITE Of  c  For a long time we have been unable  to offer such values as these!  36-inch Scrim, taped borders at per yard  ������ in White and Cream  \,  ��������� 25c  Scotch Madras, 36-inchf 45c;  45-inch at per yd. ��������� 60c  Thrift Versus Spendthrift  Earning; twenty dollars a week and banking two, you  are hotter able to rise above emergencies than the  . -man mttklnc a hiiftdretl and saviws H-otMissv A sa-f-  Ings account Is a backiner that gives you eonHdenco  and power. Efficient and courteous service ia assured  you at any branch of this Bank.    -  an  GRESTON BRANCH,  C, W. AHiJiN,.  Nottingham Lace Net^ 36-inch9 .at* per yard ��������� ~ ��������� -  72 o*ily handpainted China Cups and Saucers, each  Kermis shape Cup and Saucer, each ���������  ���������  ���������  ���������  -  #21. "*-%*"'*  25c  **>Cf  uDC  o  ~~~~~ts~  !-..���������*������������������ V fi^ tX3ffi&������i&&&x&**%  'srt&a&rvxarswBsvtxa  *^fflWi*ff?ffmfrrM>i**-trrifu-f  ~~~~3~~~-~~~ais  WW~mf~*tp~f������i-Um-Sm~f,fXim ig-iW*MM*ra-,  T-l  VXEWA CKESTONt IS. a  It Wqrks Wonders  On Colds, Catarrh,  T  When your ������nroat rattles, your  lungs and chest are sore, your throat  Is stuffed with, cold���������don't fear consumption���������use Catarrhozone and get  well. It clears'the throat, stops  hacking, relieves tight chest and  soreness in the bronchial tubes. To  clear away Catarrh, of the nose nothing could' be "better. Catarrhozone  Is Nature's own remedy:���������it heals and  soothes���������removes eyery form of  throat, lung and bronchial trouble.  Prescribed by many specialists and  used by thousands every day. Get  the dollar outfit; it lasts two months.  Small size, 50c; trial: size, 25c; at all  -Sealers or the Catarrhozone Co.,  Montreal.  The  Hdmesteaaers  RGBER'x  BY    TIP' <ZTJ?'Pi D  ' J .     ^/. ~r>   X.   M-4J.  0.3���������  Published By Special Arrangement With the Author.  behind the bank.     I'm sure I saw him,  an' he heard you, too/'  "Good," said Gardiner, quite undisturbed. "Now we can go on." They  reined "up their* horses and plunged  into the swiftly-running water. "You  see," said Gardiner, as the liorses took  the opposite bank with great strides,  their wet hoofs slipping on the round  boulders that fringed the stream���������  "You see, I knew Jim. was there all  the time. Those remarks were intended for his benefit."  Riles parted with a great chew of  tobaeco. "You.. beat me," he .said,  wiping his lips with the back of bis  hand.     "You plumb beat'-'me."   i  Gardiner enjoyed the note of admiration, in his companion's voice. He  enjoyed also that knowledge that  Riles was utterly at sea; that he had  ho more Idea than, the horse he rode  what lay before them that night.  "It's all quite simple," said Gardiner, after a pause.     "Jim. will hurry*;  HEALING  SOOTH BNC5  AKT1SEPTI&  /vr/jyi/rZesj-S-i/iT/fOiJ^/^  "Let him. Nobody'll believe it.  Remember that when he tells that  he'll be under arrest,"and when a  man's under arrest his word is always  discounted.      To 'be arrested  means  to be half convicted. It takes two  back to the ranch, saddle his horse, j good witnesses to offset the moral e������-  and follow us.      By the way^i didn't   feet of arrest, and Travers will have  (Continued)  He leaned forward in the trees, but  at  that moment  Riles   clutched  Gardiner's arm and said something in a  low    voice.        The    two    men    rode  through the river, and    their    words  were drowned in the lisp of the water.  The   smile  did  not  leave  Travers'  lips as he wound up his reel and stole  swiftly along a  cattle-track, up  from  the river, but a sudden light gleamed  In his eyes and his muscles hardened  with excited tension.      He knew the  shanty to which Gardiner referred, as  they   had   once   been   there   together,  and he resolved that if there were go-*  ing to be any "doings" in that locality  to-night he would furnish a share of  the   excitement.     Unfortunately,   the  ford was on a cross-road little used,  and it was two miles back    to    the  ranch.      Had he been, raised on the  ranges he would not have been, caught  so far-from his horse, but a Manito-  ban'sometimes uses his legs to walk  with, while  his brother    in    Alberta  finds   them   useful   only   for   wearing  schaps and straddling a saddle.      By  the  time  Travers reached the ranch  buildings,   caught   and     saddled     his  horse, made a fruitless search for his  revolver, substituted a rifle which lay  at hand, and at length found himself  upon  the   trail, darkness was setting  in, and Gardiner-and Riles had many  miles' start of him.  When the two plotters stopped to  let their horses drink at the ford Gardiner suddenly broke off from their  conversation to make a few remarks  about Travers and Harris. Riles had  listened indifferently until his eye  caught sight of Travers, half concealed among the cotton-woods that fringed the stream. He clutched Gardiner's arm.  "S-s-sh," he cautioned.      "Jim's just  n.  1  Fm So Tired  Fatigue is thc result of poisons  in the blood. So when the kidneys "fail to purify the blood one  of the R?&t indications is. unusual  and persistent tired feelings and  pains in the back.  Neglected kidney trouble:*, lead  to y������ars of suffering from rheumatism or develop into such fatal  ailments* aa Bright'3 disease.  Thc kidney action U promptly  corrected by  u.c  of  Dr.   Chase's  Kidney-Liver   Pills   ���������   the   best  known regulator of kidneys,  liver  ..--l v,- i,  ������*44*i-i       l*t ~J -tV *~a turn  Mm. John Ireland, R.R. No.  2,  King,  Ont., -writes:  "I- wn* n qri"M ������nif!������<r "from -uwe.re  \\*.ar]~ch<t~ tsn'l bilious spells. I tried a  num!)**r of remrdi** without obuirvirifc  any benefit until I wa* ndyued to Mae  Dr.  Ch,..t-   KIclatiy.Viver  PI!!*.  Th������e  ,"*������������������  c<:*.,*,|iH*!c*1j'   iv!!'-*. .������������������*!    .-,i~   a.'.. J  hr\   like   n   n~\v   pfnwn.      I    am   v-*ry  Rrateful   lo   Dr.   Chase"*   rn*dicing   for  whist rimy hnvff don*  for m*.  ������rul you  may  im������  my   hlttt   iat   tho   benefit  of  others,"  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver  PHI*, one pill a dose. 25c n box,  nil dealers or Edmanaon, Bates &  Co.,   Lici.,   Torouk*,  W-  H*   n.   na*  tell him I borrowed his revolver.  That may delay him some. But he  should arrive at the shack in time to  be taking a few stealthy ohservations  just about the moment the Harrises  are hunting for their money bag. I  hope Allan doesn't use that shot-gun  on him. A shot-gun makes an awful  hole in a man, Riles."  Riles experienced an uncanny feeling up his spine.  "Well," continued Gardiner, "I  promised to lay the whole plan before  you, when we were safe on the road  with no possibility o������ any strange ears  cocked for what a man. might happen  to say. . . *. "Look at that sunset,  Riles; isn't that magnificent!"  "Good enough, I suppose," said  Riles, "but I hope we didn't come out  here to see the sunset. How about  this plan of yours?"  "Riles," admonished Gardiner,  *'you've no more soul thau a toadstool. You haven't any imagination.  I wonder you have faith enough to  wind your watch. Now If you could  paint a picture like that it would make  you more money than you ever saw���������  including what you're going to see tonight.  "But. to get down to the scheme.  It's all easy sailing now. The big  thing was to get them on the road  with the coin. That's what I needed  you for, Riles. And you didn't do too  bad. I had to prod you along a bit,  but you'll thank me for it when it's  all over."  "Yes. but it's them that's got it,  not us," commented Riles.  "Sure,  but it'll be different in the  mornin'.      Riles,   you  are   a  gloomy  devil.      Here you have ten thousand  dollars right-in your mit and you're,  as happy as a man with a boil.   Now  this is how it will work out, to a T.  The two Harrises will get up to the  shanty    about    dark.      xhey'ii    pitch  camp there and begin to wonder when  we'll be along.       Well,  we won't be  along until it's good and dark, even if  we have to kill time on-the road.     If  Travers catches up on us we'll just let  him make one of the party, which will  be sort of embarrassing for Jim.    But  he won't catch up.     "Well, when it's  good and dark���������there'll be no moon  till  after midnight���������and  they're- both  sleepy with their long  drive in the  high altitude, we will arrive nearby.  You will go up to the door and take a  look on the quiet.      I will go up to  the window and do the same. There's  no glass in the window,  and there's  no   door  on  either,   as  I  remember.  "We'll size up things inside, particularly the location of the  coin..    Then  you show yourself.      Tell 'eni I have  the owner of the mine out there in the  trees, but the old fellow won't come  in until he has a    talk,  with   them.  Tell   'em they  better  not   show  the  money until they chat with him a few  minutes.     Likely they'll fall for that,  as they don't seem to have the slight-,  est  suspicion.      But  if they balk at i  leaving the money let them bring it  along.       Once   put   in   the  dark  the  rest will be easy.     But I figure they'll  leave tbe money Sn    thc    shack���������it's  just for a few minutes, you know���������and  they'll  reason  that   it's  safe  enough  with    no    one    but ourselves within  miles.     Well, you lead them off down  through the bush.      As soon as you  do that I'll slip in through the window,  gather  up  the  long green  and  cache it somewhere in the scrub.   You  won't be able to find mo at first, but  when you do I'll  say the old feJlow  wanted to go up to the shack himselE  to meet them, and I let him go. Then  we'll all go back to the shack, and find  both the money and the old man���������the  mine-owner, you know���������missing. Then  we'll start a hue and cry and all hit  into the buslt.     You and I will gather  up the spoil  and  make  a quiet getaway for the night.      Of course we'll  have  to  turn   up  in the  morning to  avert Htiflplclon, but we can tell them  we ko*, on  the robber's trail and  fol-  *������nw<->ri It until -wc, lost ourHfilvea In the  hush.      In   tho   meantime   tlie   Har-  tIm*-.-* will he tearing around In urcitt  ���������excltftmrnt, nnd they're almost sure to  run on  to TravorB.      HarrrlB recently  flrfd   Travers, and   Allan  had a fight  with bim, ir yon told mo rltflit, no ifs  not. nicely Ihr-y'll listen to any explanci-  tioriH.      They'll turn him over to tho  police, and an It'n ���������thr- bURlnesfl of iht.  ���������.'j*.'.!". *.'i ?'f*  ������-���������*;>th*I<"Mo"nH, lhoy'11 hnv*>  to frame up r-^oams a^eii n ttt him or ho  jjimh:   to  look   -at ij j>M���������and  that'll   the  last tfoJnK a pnlloernan llk������n.      Then  you nnd  J  will rtu!<itly tllvldo tho pro-'  <:eml������ of our InvnutrnMit, and you can  Ko bn.t-Ac to your -farm, If you Ilka, and  Mvr. to ji rlrvrs old apff) und K������t a write-  up In th-A local pap������r whftn you shufflo  off.      Ah   for m4i-~-l'ui   not that  1yp>e,  Til I nn, and  I'll llikfily find nomo other  way  i-<* ni. *nnl st.y in'i~t~[lti."  "It    look*    finny,"    Ttllnrt   nil milted.  '   "j'lttit whnt about    Jim 7      Ho'U    toll  I what h������ ht~~~rt\ you Bay at tho tor~f    |  no witnesses  "It's all quite easy," Gardiner continued. '.-'And if it should fail there  are a dozen other ways just as easy.  But we won't let.it fail. We mustn't  let it fail, on your account."  "On my account? What more account mine than yours?"  "Well, you see, Harris, no doubt,  has^ your letter stowed away somewhere, ' and it would make bad evidence for you. I don't think it mentions me at all. Besides, I know a  way through a pass in these mountains, and if it doesn't turn out right  ���������why, I'm glad I know the way. You  see, I've nothing to lose, and nobody  to worry over me.      But it's different  with you, Hiram. You have a wife  and a fine farm down in Manitoba,  and it would be inconvenient for you  to slip ~vwa.y~~ without notice. So I  say that on your account we mustn't  let it fail." . :  .  "You didnlt say nothin' about that  before, I notice," said Riles.  "You mustn't expect me to do your  private thinking as well as that of the  firm" Gardiner retorted. "You had  the facts���������why didn't you patch.them  together for yourself?, You're in a  mess now if things don't go "right.  But, as I said, Fm. going to stick with  you and .see that they do go right."'  They rode along in silence in the  gathering darkness. Had they been  able to read each other's minds they  iwould have been astonished at the  coincidence j of thought. Gardiner  wa������ planning to make away :with* the  money, when he got out of the building. Why-^iould-- he divide . with  Riles���������Riles, who would only hoard  it up, and who had plenty of money  already? Not at all. Riles might  sue him, for his share, if he wanted to  ���������and could find him, to serve noTTce!  On the other hand, Riles* slow wits  had quickened to the point of percelv- j  ing that there lay before him a chance  of making twenty thousand dollars instead of ten thousand, if he only had  r  DE  3C=IE  =3E  Plain Facts ������or  Stomach Suiferers  Tl  i  Digested food makes us. strong,  vigorous, healthy. Dy*peptic3 are  invariably weak and ailing. All  they need to make them strong  and well is the power to digest  food, and that is just what Mother U '���������  Seigel's Syrup gives. It helps the -m'  stomach, liver and bowels to do  their work efficiently.   Sold   in  Ol/C.    ������*1U    flfW    x0VrxX.Ct0   0..-   0~0-0-o  ���������    stores. e-oai  3E  3t~~~.  3E  ~~l  the nerve  to  strike  at  the  strategic-  -moment.      When he got the Harrises  out of the shack, by hook or crook he  would leave them and follow Gardinerr  (To be continued)  He Knows What  To Do Next Time  For Infants and Children  In Use For Over 30 Years  Always bears  the  Signature of  rvS^g*������r  a-KXJxxijxJxx^     *>* Sijf  Wns. Rihshs Praxes  Dodd's Kidney Pills "  DANDERINE  Stops Hair   Coming  Out;  Thickens, Beautifies.  His Backache is Gone and His Rest is  Unbroken   So   He  Wil!   Turn   Again  to     Dodd's     Kidney    Pills     if     His  Trouble Returns.  Quadville, -Ont.���������(Special).���������"I can  truly.say that I got great relief from.  Dodd's Kidney Pills."  : Such is the verdict of Mr. William  Rimus, a well known and highly respected resident here. And here is  Jhe reason why Mr. Rimus is so positive: ' ��������� - _  c "Before I used Dodd's Kidney" Pills  I had "backache all the time," he  states, "and I had to get up once or  twice every night and now I have no  trouble at all.  "T only used two boxes of Dodd's  Kidney Pills. But i������ ever I am  troubled with, my kidneys again I certainly will use Dodd's Kidney Pills."  Dodd's Kidney Pills are known all  over Canada as a standard kidney  remedy. They have made their reputation, by doing good to people who  suffered from any form of kidney  disease. -  Ask your neighbors if Dodd's Kidney Pills are not the best remedy for  sick kidneys.  Many    a   toothless person indulges  in biting sarcasm.  Do not allow worms to sap the  vitality of your children. If not attended to, worms may work irreparable harm to the constitution of the  infant. The little sufferers cannot  voice their ailment, btit there are  many signs by which mothers are  made aware that a dose of Miller's  Worm Powders is necessary. These  powders act quickly and "will expel  worms from, the system without any  inconvenience to the child.  Sun wind'Dukt^Cindera  RECOKMEMDEt).^������ SOLO BY.:DRUGGISTS j*>OPTICIAMS  WRITE FOR FREE EYE BOOK. MURIHE CO. CHICAGO  2S*  CORNS  Lift Off with Fingers  B *.������**,'  85-cents buys a bottle of "Ba-ader-  Ine at any drug store._ After one application you cannot nnd a particle oi  dandruff or a  falling hair.      Besides,  rmt  Doesn't, hurt a bit! Drop a little  "Freezone" on an aching corn, instantly that corn stops hurting, then shortly you  lift  it "right off "with fingers.  "i'i-uiy 1  Your druggist .sells a tiny bottle of  for* a-few cents, suincieriu.  to remove every hard ccirn, soft corn.  every hair shows    new- life,    vigor, lor corn between the toes, and the cal-  brightness, more color, and abundance,   luses, without soreness or irritation.  We feel sorry for a man who gets  what he really deserves.  Sores Heal Quickly.���������Have you a  persistent sore that refus'es to heal?  Then, try Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie Oil  in the dressing. It will stop/sloughing, carry away the proud flesh, draw  out the pus and prepare a clean way.  Cor the new skin. It Is a recognized  healer among oils and numbers of  people can certify that it healed whore  properly applied. ���������  Frequent Anger  "Weren't you angry.with him when  he kissed you," -  "Oh, yes���������every time."���������Windsor  Magazine.  WARNING!    Say  "Bayer*5* when you buy Aspirin.  Unless you see the name -"Bayer" on tablets, you are  not getting Aspirin at all.   Why take chances?  Accept only an 4'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  Golds Headache Rheumatism  Toothache,        Neuralgia Neuritis  Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain  Handy "Bayer" boxea of 13 tablcta���������-Also "bottles of 24 and 100���������Druggist*.  Aspirin la tho tmdo marlc (rcElmterbd In Canafla) o* Bayer Manufacture- ol Mono-  aootlcacldostor -oi Bal ley lie add, While It la well "known that Anpirin moAns Bay*������r  manufacture, t������ nrrnlut tlio puhHa nealnot Imitation*, tho Tablotn ot Bayor Company  will t-~ Mtui-up-oil wltU Uku'r ^euuj-ul ijuilu mark, tha "Hayer .Crocs,"  For Constipated Bowels, Sick Headache,  Sour Stomach, Bilious Liver  ^WKI,II!flI'^,lsi"jj"#fe  The niceat *���������4tL5������iirlloljixaLivo la Hie  -world to phyalc -your liver aud "bowwin,  | -when you hnya JHr.zy Hcadaclio Colds,  BlJiouBneaB,    IndlK&Btloxi,    or    Ups-et,  Add    BtaDaa.c"l*������    Ib    candy-Ilka   "Caus-  cauwljs.***      Ono mr two tosia^hft -will   lew������ CaaeacetJi too*  empty your "bo-wclB cwmplctcly hr,  jnornihl-. tm~l you will f������<fsl spln-nAtd.  "Thtiy work -wliUo you Bloop." *Cttn-  carttbi noYet* atlr you tap or Krlpo Ulco  Saltfl, Xllln, Calomol or OU and they  coal only tea conta a "box.     Cblldrera  mmm 'AM-BUK  f 1������URELY|lERBflL-Ho p oisonaus ma tier.  ; ANTISEPTIC���������Stops Mood-poison. :  j SOQTHIHS���������Enfls pain and smarting.ele.  PURE���������Best far baby'* rashes  HEALS all tares.  50c box���������All dealer-  Money is almost unkno-wn on "Norfolk Islands, in the Pacific Ocean,  about $25 being al! that is handled "by  the entire population in the course of  a year.  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  DAUGHTER  T  Now Can Do All Her Housework  Vegetable Compound Helped Her  Jasper; Minn. ���������  about Lydia E.  ��������� "I saw in the paper  Pinkham's Vegetable'  Compound and took  it because I was having such pains in my  stomach and through  my back that I could  not do my work. I  had tried other med-  iClileS,  uut iiOiie did  me, th & good, that  yourVegetableComr  pound did. Mow I am  able to. do all my  work alone while be-::  fore I had rhy daughter ateying at home"l������ do it.   I have  |told a rnirneer of friends what it- haa  fdone for me and give you permission to  ;use my letter as a testimonial."'���������Mrs.  Jesse Petersen, Route l,tfjasper, Minn.  | There is no better reason for your try-  ms Lydia E. Pinkham's Veeretable Compound than this���������it has nelped other  "women. So if you suffer from displace-  -jnents, arregularitfes, ? backache, nervousness or are**passing-through vthe  ".Change of Life "remember this^ splehdidi  -medicine. What it did for Mrs. Pet������f-f  ..Ben it may do fbr you. -    : r $ "���������?>���������?���������;  h The Vegetable Compound stands upon,  *a foundation of nearly fifty years of  -service.  A commercial -treaty -^ between  France and Italy has been signed at.  the Foreign Office.  The Swiss Government has decided  tor- establish a grain bureau for the importation oC cereals from America and  elsewhere.  - Southampton's new floating dock,  which is being built to take the big  Atlantic lines, is to be finished within  10 months.  The President oi" China and the  Premier ol New. Zealand were elected  Honorary Presidents of the Pan-Pacific Union* at the dinner at Honolulu.  The Fan-Pacific" Commercial Congress  was in session there.  Saskatchewan -automobile license  fees for 1923 will be figured on a  wheel base system, with a minimum of  $15 for cars .o~ not more than 100 inches, it was announced by Hon. J. M.  Uhrieh,  Provincial  Secretary.  The "Dul^e oC "Devonshire, s-oea/king  at Dudley, declared that Canada was  calling for British brains, capital and  labor. He predicted that the British  -overseas territories would be greatly  developed in the next few years.  A Martyr to Sdence  Would Need Shock Absorber  Jones was buying a cheap car, and  was discussing the necessary fittings. "How about a shock absorber?'-' he asked. "Well," said the  salesman, "we can fit one for you."  "No!" replied Jones thoughtCully.  "No, don't fit it on; just send one  to nay wife in advance���������she thinks  I'm buying a limousine!"  Doctor Lost Both Hancfs Through  Experiments With X-Ray  Dr. John Spence C50>, "Edinburgh,  ���������ae a resuJt of X-ray experiments, sus  tained serious damages to both hands,  necessitating amputation of the right  forearm. Dr. Spence was among-the  first in Scotland to take up research  work of X-ray and medical electricity.  Although he well knew the risk be  ran, and while still suffering from  dermatitis, Dr. Spence continued his  valuable and heroic work for the benefit of silvering humanity. He is still  carrying on his work as radiologists  at "Leith Hospital, and Craigleith Hospital, Edinburgh. The trustees hafe  awarded Dr. Spence a medallion and  an annuity of- ������130.  OIL LIGHT BEATS  ELECTRIC OR GAS  BURNS  947<*   AIR  A new oil lamp that glvos ana zi~~-  Ingly brilliant, soft, white iis:-.c. even  better than gas or electricity. "-���������<;,;-. bee:i  tested by the U.S. Government and ?.'*  leading universities aiui found io L>*"  _ superior to 10 ordinary oi! lamps 1*  burns without odor, smoke or -aois\r ���������  no pumping up, is simple, clean. saTe*.  Burns 94 per cent, air and t* rer c������.*u.  common kerosene (coal-oil").  The inventor, T. V. John.<j~i ;.:? Mc-  Dermot Are.. Winnipeg. Is offering ������r>  send a lamp on 10 days' FftE*E trill.  or even to give one FREE to the first  ���������user in each locality who will help him  introduce it. Write him today ior  full particulars. Also ask him to explain how you -can get th*������ agency, and  without experience or money mo lea  $250 to $500 per month.  ^AstHma Brings -Misery, but "Dr. J. D.  Kellogg's Asthma Remedy will replace  the misery with" welcome relief. inhaled as smoke, or vapor it reaches  the very innermost recesses of the  bronchial passages and soothes them.  Restriction passes and easy breathing  returns. It" you knew as well how  this remedy would help you as do*  thousands of grateful users, there  would be a package in your home to--]  night.      Try it.  The man who thinks his business;  can't get ��������� along'.-without him soon  begins io -share the profits with a  nerve specialist.  RICH, RED BLOOD  NECESSARY TO HEALTH  On ihe marriage Day  Romance- usually ceases, and history  begins, and sore corns begin to go  when "Putnam's" is applied. It takes  out -corns, i;oots, branches, stems���������no  trace of a single corn left after Put-,  nam's Painless Corn    Extractor    has  *j***i������^-nt   **c?   ���������**���������"������������������ *r^������o������     orr***  fuse a substitute.  Wli.      0^X~~ va 0.^0.   t. m*m  Saskatchewan Grain Shipments  Minard's Liniment For .Garget in Cows,  A giant fish, -measuring 78 feet in  length . and ..weighing- 15 tons, nearly,  the* equal>9jl_,five full-grown elephants,;,  was  recently washed ashore  at  Cape?  May. >  ������������������bring home the bacon, collar the blue vase,  carry the message to Garcia, etc.  LITTLE Raisins, full of energy atid  yjiron, will put the pep into you  that makes winning plays. Use Vint  like it in your business, too.  One hundred and forty-five calories of energising nutriment in every  little five-cent red box that you see.  Comes from  fruit sugar in  practical ly predigested form���������levulosc, the  scientists call it���������so it goes to work  almost immediately.    Rich in food-  ^        iron also.  Try these little raisins wlien you're  hungry, 'la-ay, tired or faint. See how  th������y !>icfc vmi up and set you on your  . r ���������        '    ��������� ��������� ��������� -I -m  ���������    . toes.   ..--.. ,      Little Sun-Maids  **.Between. - Meal"  Raisins  5c Everywhere  ~L  Fad Your  Iron Today?  ���������-emiflair?,���������.     I   }li*S  smmm:zM'  ,,.iSMKJiiTZ^M,,Zj.y- L  Weak, Watery Blood Needs a Tonic to  Build it Anew  Why are we continually told that  health-giving.... blood must be bright  red? What has color to do with tlie  quality? just this���������the oxygen in the  air: is the>great; supporter of all. organic life. -.; One function o������ the blood  is to take the-oxygen from the air-���������  which it meets in the lungs and delivers to-the tissues of the body.  When-  the'.-.���������"blood, filled with'life-sus- .  taining oxygen, is sent    out    by    the j-i-'**>*>  '  heart, it is bright red.      When it lire-. 37,102,  turns, impure ahd deprived- of oxygen  it is dark; ''ly''.'���������"���������''���������' ..-::���������:-] ���������"���������--  You will see, thei*efore, that there  are two prime requisites of health,  pure aiiv and might.._. red. piood���������tlie  pure air to -furnish Vthe qXygehy -the  rich red blood tp carry, it where "it" is  heeded. *���������***,. y_i  y y Z? Z'-.Zj .-���������'"'  Pale, anaemic people, whose nerves  are on edge, who tire out easily, and  who suffer from frequent headaches, j  dp so because- their blood "istlnn-**-and"1  watery. All such people can improve  their condition through a fair Use of  Dr. Williams' ' Pink Pills, which en-j  rich the blood, thus enabling it to  carry oxygen to.ihe system- Among  those who have benefitted from the  use of this medicine is Mr. Charles A.  Stayner, Glenholme, K.S., "who says:  "Some four years ago I found myself  badly run down. I _tired very easily,  and found it difficult to do my work.  My appetite failed and I slept badly  at night. - I was taking'medicine, but  it was not helping me, and I was  growing weaker and weaker. A friend  who called to see me advised me lo  try "Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. I got  six boxes and before these were done  I felt better. Then I got six more  boxes, and after taking them felt as  well and strong as ever. Four years  have passed , since that time, and I  have continued in good : health . and  working all the time. I have recommended these pills to others and. shall  continue to do so."  These pills are sold by all medicine  dealers, or will be sent by mail,., post  paid, at 50 cents a box or six boxes  for $2.50 by The Dr, Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville. Qnt.  Over   Sixty-Five    Million    Bushels   of  * Grain Shipped Up to Oct. 14th  Out of a total of 44,817 cars loaded  at country elevators on the Canadian  Pacific    Hallway    lines    in the three  prairie provinces between  September  1st-and October 14th, 25,500 cars were  Traded., at Saskatchewan points."     The  total ������������������ quantity*    of    grain shipped on  CTP.R. lines to October 14th was 65,-  219,498    bushels,   pr   an    average   of  bushels  per  car,  ok* ,a  total  ot  bushels of grain handled in  Saskatchewan alone this season���������  Edgar Founded  Half   Holiday  The Saturday afternoon holiday "'or  workers dates irom the days of the  Anglo-Saxons. King Edgar, in. rhe  tenth century, decreed that all work  should cease at noon oa Saturday uiul  not be resumed tidtil sunrise on j-Iojv  day.  fVBTAMiNES  are an essential factor in  promoting healthful growth  I Scott's Emulsion I  is far richer in the fat  solub!e A vitamine  than cream. It aids  growth���������builds health I  ���������"-AT AUtrbliUO STORES '  PRICE, 31.30 B&dGSc 21-;**  s  ������������������������������<������������! t ~- f������������ ���������������������������*���������������������< ������������������������������������������������������������* Hi ** >���������*-* ��������������������������� ������������������������������������|  MONEY ORDERS  A Douiintoti  Express  Money  dollars*--costs three cents.  Order *ior  &������������������  v3SC3r6lS   Ivy  For   Sluggish -" Liver  or   Gonstipated  Bowels  Wainwright Buffalo, for England  y^,. pair ol" buffalo recently donated  "by" the Canadian Government to the  Zoological Gardens at "London, England,. recently left Wainwright Park  They were shipped in. crates to Montr eal and -jvill be berthed on boarc*  $hip In specially 'constructed pens, 10  feet by 12 feet.  Clean your bowels" Feel fine! .������  When you feel sick," dizzy, upset,  when your head is dull or aching, ox  your stomach is sour .or gassy,'just  take one or two Cascarets-to relieve  constipation. No griping���������nicest  laxative-cathartic on earth for grownups and children. 10c a box. Taste  like candy.  "Tobacco   By   Parcel   Posf*  Choice three year old natural . leaf  Tobacco; greatly appreciated *by pi?*-  smokers. Send a dollar for a two |X>tnvil  package of samiple. Money back ii not  satisfactory- *  CO-OPERATIVE TOBACCO  EXCHANGE  Ruthven, Ont.  i.' BoYou Suffer From Dandruff ���������& Falling Hair?  -S-JST AXTED     1,000,  PEOPLE     in     th*  *������       jMowntain   climate   to   trv   OntE't'  T *        POMADE:.        Eeliev-es     and        re-  xnov&s.'-.ti'ie.--cause.-:ot dandruff aiicl  stops   fallirisf Thai^ -'Jn ;ia "few.Tj-aLxi-nUcaUoHS.  A   TEST  -ivill" prove- it.   " Send   3*5  cent&,  -stamps,   monej-* order, or' coin*.* for introductory     bot.Ue.' BE-  COXATNCJED.���������-  Oriet   Prodis-cts'��������� Company.   Inc:.   4  "VVash-  iugton   Plaee^, Xew*.."Vorfe, :"3N-.-T.���������-  A-e^s-iits  "Wanted.             -������������������������������������-.���������-���������;.--. ?r-'y ���������������������������-_���������.v.;,*/  The scientLfic study of electricity began in the sixteenth century, when  certain experiments were shown to  Queen Elizabeth,  Candelila wax obtained from a  Mexican weed is" the main ingredient in shoe polishes used on brown  and tan shoes.  ������������������'*...���������"-- Halifax, N. S.  Minard's Liniment- Co., Ltd.  .Gentlemen.���������-I have used Mtnard'a Liniment  arid' have found it'.a good- remedy.' Alter  the explosion I was pretty well shaken up,  having quite a number of bruises and cuts,  bxit thanks to Minard's Liniment I am ray  oLd self again. 3t healed the sores and  bruises and gave me much relief. It is true  to its name as the King of Pain,Vf or it stopped thc pain almost at once, I first noticed  the ad in the "vEomreat Standard and decided to invest in a rbottle, for -which I am not  sorry, but can say with truth that I am thankful for at having done all it claimed to do,  ���������uid in niy case much more, and a satisfied  customer is-the best ad. one can possibly find.  Tliat is my \-iew of it and I think you will  agree  with  me**- too,  Yours   very   truly.  (Signed)  ALFRED BLAIN,  18-t Agricola St.,  Halifax, N. S.  In the Striped Package  LftmSL '^fa^n^g&rjiy 8WL:'  TODAY  RUPTURE 4C1LLS 8,000 ANNUALLY  Kin-tit thousand jMarsona each year nro  laid away���������tho burial certificate bolrm  ivmrkBd "Rupture" "Why? Becauso the  'un-fartuimte onnn ]i������d nojflooted thorn-  no lvfl������ or liad boon mnroly tnltlnir ������avo ot  tlifl alKn (mvolliiiH:) of .tho* affliction ar,d  payl������K no attention to tho caus������. What  nro you doluR*? :. Av-a, you anoBlecklnK  vohvhoK by wouvlniar n triiHH. n.T>plm.tinrt or  ���������vvlunt-evev nmno you choowo to call It?  At h������Ht, th������ trtifijs Is pnly a irtitlttihlill'L���������������  a frilRO prop iiKnlnHt.'a colhtpwlnic wall���������  a nd cannot ho oxpactod to net aa moro  than n. mor<s moclunnloftl aupport, ra'ho  11)nd 1 npr ijro������������ni*o rotardM blood olrcula-  tTou, UittH robbtnK' fh-w wosalcenefl TntiHcl^a  of that which they neod moat���������nourlHh-  moiit,* ,       .       , .    ���������  Iltil. boIohco lm.H found a way, mid nil  tvuna HHft-ovorH In the lund aro invitort to  multa a Lent rlRht In *hb privacy of ttnjlr  own hniint*. 'I'li-n ���������PhAPAO iiirtthod l.'i  imciuo������iioi������k,l>ly tho ino������t HiitonUiUi, K>k1-  onl nnd mionsoHiBfiil nclf-Uentmont "for imp-  turn   (ho world haw ever known.  Tim I'LM'AO PAD whon ndhciJiiK  cloaoly lo U������������* body cannot poawlbly ntlv  or nhl-n. ortt ot \iia<->~, thoroforo cannot  chafo oi* pinch. Haft an volvot���������oatiy to  apply���������comparatively InuxpoiiMlvo. To  Uu vujud whlltil. you work and whlUit you  rtle*p. Ko alrnpn, huoklow or atMinff.i nt-  tniiheil ' ' *  i,������arn how to closm tho hornlml 6ni)nhiu  an tuiUu'o ititondod ko tho rupturo CAN'T  ���������i'OiiKi down, Sond* your ������am������ and leu  oanlH, coin or mIiuiiph, Kouay u������������. W.Al-'Ai)  CO,, -IHi*- BUiart nitlff., St. Louiei, Mo., for  triol FMnjv.no wiul lurttructlv** lat'orniMlluu.  ���������<~\ V.\i.  -. Nation-wide Fame.���������There ts scarcely a corner ol* fills great Dominion  where the meiita oi* Dr. Thomaa' Ec-  H^ottic Oil hare not been tried and  proved. It is one ol' the world;-? most  efficient reinedles for sore throat, lume  back and *mati>' other ailments arising  Croat tuflamination. ItuTabed on the  skin Its healing power is readily absorbed, and It can also be taken Internally.  In Palmyra, Syria, thero la a flying  physician who locates and vJbUb Ids  pntlentB amoriff tbe wandering Bedouin tribes by means of* an airplane.  HOW'S THIS?  HAI.L/S CATARRH MEDICINE will 4~t  what wo claim for It���������rtd your iiyotem ol  Catarrh or Deafness caua<srt by catarrh.  Wo do not recommend U for any other  dlflWlAO.  KALL'8 CATARRH MEJDICINK l������ ������  llauld, takon Internally, nnd acta through  tho blood upon tho nuwoim uurfaccji ol  tho sy.ttom, thus roducine tho Inftanima-  tlon nnd nnnlmhii! Naturo la r������������torlu������  normal condttlon*,  All   Din'igUilti.       *CIreninr������   tri-i*.  V, J. Clxonoy & Co,, Tol������do, Ohio.  [NORTHWEST BISCUITC0MPAHYKS]  inyemtions:  (Und for U������Io#������a������������n tlont ������r������nicd by Maa*ur*c-'  ���������f*2Ifc ���������~Wun'S lh"1**������ *��������������� ������*���������<��������������� from Zp. !  HAROLD C SHtPMAN  ft CO.'  tATEHT ATTORNEYS    S^ftfSSST  x^^^v ���������  BOOK ON  #   jflSfftk   v  "DOG   DISEASES  V j^^^B^BSBU^-w^-.  and  How  to Feed  Mailed   Fihhi   to aajr  AddrOBi by tho  Author  Aihortc*'*  Pi*on������er  Dos RwnteatCD  h. clay arcovKn  co*   "rvo  11������   "West   Uih   St..  ���������Kow  Yc.*,.*,   V.*t.r~.  Mental Llbesrty  IIe.-���������Do yon enjoy novel leading.  MIhh 3**t-eemunT  Slie.���������Oh, very much. One <"im  HBKDcItitft wiili people tn fiction that  one wouldn't tlare to apeak to In  vcnl 3Ifc.    Hoct-on Transcript.  Minard's Llnlmenl For Colda, Eto.  CSbk'a Cotton Root CwnpMiB&  Jt ���������������/������������������ t������I lahls rfcru IttttnO'  tneuicKMi. aVid ia ������Ui*������������ *!*,-  |t������M ���������! *ti������nitb���������Ko, I, tl :  K������. t. -U-i Tt.0*. *. ������3* put bis*.  Hold b������ all idrtiurl*U. or icnk  ������r������p������id ������n irAC*lpi of pnc*>.  Ttt.~ pt.mp'ikl-U Ad*~t<*������t  , TS-tC C*S'������SS -R.-J CtSJ CBSJ E C Ot.  *r������tW0*OUT.  irtrtuii. Wlt-i,r,,  Uses *,Ct*ittcr V*  Serums md Vaecin-es.ttri't  (hint W������ ten to <~snser.'t~ v<������'<������"  ttHrrt-tU. Wyc������i*  o(������������ceoir������tkc������-������ <ts  on- itnt-���������~ri-M U~r  i,>*a������e:hiri'ff.  TN������ Cutt������r tuborttorir  M-T**X*l������-**r������r������ rH*l Xmatal ������.*-������"  . ..-������-. y r- . v * 44 .    . ,, .  ...  tttHtffl-.tiSlt.St L*w������a. x���������-(.timxr t~._4.t,0.. it.-.  IF YOUR  VK*Tr||| H ft III ill o  g* I lli*i'iS*iliilirail ������  W.     N.     l~-     ~~4t  'HKtmmmm  i^-i^^i^-Sw-j^ CBESTON  Local and Personal  Post    Toasties.    10c;     Rinso.   10c.  Other bargains at   Manuel's   removal  sale.  Cow Fob Sauk���������Freshened January  t$th.     good     milkei,    J.   W.     Wood,  Canyon-  Mrs. C. G. Bennett is a visitor with  Oranhrook friends this -week, leaying  on Monday.   -  Mrs. Ray Crisler left at the end of  the week "for a holiday yisit with  friends at Cranbrook. *8  Ernie Ennerson of Spokane is a  Oreston visitor at present, at the home  of Mr. and Mrs. W.  H. Crawford. .  Mrs. Bolton and family got away on  Monday to Blairmore, Alta., wftere  they intend to make their bonne in  future.  . "...  The Presbyterian Ladies" Aid are  having their usual Valentine Tea. on  the afternoon of St. Valentine's Bay.  February 14th..  C. A. Hunter, the swell known Nelson accountant, is here nt present for  the annual audit of Canyon City  Lumber Company, .Ltd.  For Saxe���������14 Black Minorca hens,  Wallach's prize winning strain, excellent birds for breeding from, $1.25  f*ach.    P. G. Ebbutt, Creston.  R. S. Bevan was a visitor at Nelson  a few days at the end of the week,  consulting an optician for eye trouble  he has been suffering with lately.  At the annual meeting of the B.C  Fruitgrowers Association at Kelowna  last week. Guv Constable was re elected director for this part of Kootenav.  LOST���������A   red   and   white  spotted  heifer, year   and   eight   months old,  branded SE on left   ribs.      Anyone  knowing where it is please notify R.  -STEWART, Creston.  r8Miss Ella Leamy, who has complete d  Ansjisan Church Services  bar nm*se=in training course of three  years at the Nelson hospitrl, is home  for a holiday with her parents Mr.  and Mrs. L. N. Leamy.  "Torabte David." showing at the  Grand tomorrow night, is said by the  Moving Picture News" to be the best  ail round picture filmed in 3922. Reg*  ular prM-p-e.3 xAM prevail.  Fok Sale Cheap���������Set ranch sleighs  2-inch runners, 840. Single horse  sleigh, box and tv?*o seats, shafts and  pole, $50. Democrat, practically new.  !$75.    W. Morrow. Creston.  Mrs. Comfort was hostess at a silver  tea under Methodist Ladies'* Aid  auspices on Thursday afternoon, at  which there was quite a good turnout,  the intake being almost $4.  Mrs.. FV B. Pearce  and two children .  left on Sunday for Boswell where they  wUI remain  until   early   spring   with  Mi* Pearce. who is   principal   of   the  schoos at that point tnis term.  Institute, at the tome of Mrs. Garland, the hostess being assisted by the  directors during the afternoon.  The Banf������ dance, orchestra will have  .another of their .always popular  daaaees on Monday-, night in the Grand.  Theatre Ballroom* with dancing to  start at 9 o'clock prompt. The admission is $1, and sooner is extra.  Tbis will likely be the only appeaxance  this orchestra ^will make here for at  least two monS4as.  There was a banner attendance at  bhe fall fair naee&igag on Tuesday night,  at which a new set of directors were  elected to handle"the has* exhibition,  which will run the regulation two  days this year. Major Mallandaine is  fche new president Owing to shortage  of space a full report of the meeting is  held over until next Issues.     _.,Z-  School staff, Mi8sion Band, Ladies  Aid, session and the other organizations that had taen responsible for  the aU round excellent showing og the  churcn during 1822, At the close the  ladies of the congregation served  light refreshments.  Tol'able David  APPRECIATION  SUNDAY, JANUARY  CRESTON  7.30 p.m.  Far  Pianoforte,  Organ and  Singing Lessons  *������9h y  ARTHUR COLLIS. Creston  P.O. Bos ii  At  PLASTERER  PLA/M aS ORNAMENTAL.  tsaNORere work  (Canyon)      ERICKSON P.O.  B.C.  The ladies of Holy .Crops Church are  having another whist drive in Speers**  Hall oa Friday evening, February 2nd,  Cards to start at 8o'cloek. Admission  50 cents, which includes supper.  Whkkb LAtrNDify���������I am prepared  to do v/ashi^g and laundry work of all  kinds. Silk shirts and all fine linen  done bv hand. Charges reasonable.  Mrs. Webb, next Review Office. .  Mrs. Mallandaine got a sudden call  to Victoria on Monday to he with her  sister who had undergone a critical  operation and whose recovery was  considered doubtful at that time.  Mrs. John White and family, who  have been occupying one of the F. H.  Jackson houses on Grand view Heights-  the past few months, have moved to  Cranbrook, where, they will reside in  future.  Members of Creston Masonic Lodge  are remined that the February com .,  municatian will be held in the new  lodge rooms in the Mallandaine block,  which has been fitted up on a two  year lease.  Cottage For Sale���������The cottage  and two lots nn Victoria Ave.. Creston t lately occupied by C. B. Garland,  ideal location, SI500 on terms; 5 per  cent, off for cash. Apply A. W.  COUNTER, Milton, Ontario.  Creston's new seven-piece orchestra  eoiunienced practices this week, and  it is expected they will be ready to  officiate at the whist -and dance ... the  fall fair directors are putting on on  the evening of ^Easter Monday.  Mrs.-H. Lyne left  on Saturday   for  ..Victoria, where she is  attending   the  [usual annual  session  of the advisory  board   -of    the    provincial    women's  institute, being the Kootenay Boundary) representative on the board*  Mesdames Bennett, and Varley will  be ibestessess at a silver tea at the  home of Mrs. Bennett on Saturday  afternoon, January' 27th. from 3 to  5.S& fco which all are i n vited. The ted  is in aid of the Ladies' Guild of Christ  Church.  Boyd Oliver, associated with Aaron  iSapiro, the authority on co operative  marketing who haa evolved the plans!  on^which it is hoped the B.C. apple  crop will be marketed jfchis year,- is  dsfie here this (Thursday);, afterhoon to  address a meeting of tl*e growers lit  which he will outline 'the general plan  -of  operations.    .He    will. jspe&k   at  .vvrvv... 0.r-tvrt,v  f*&..X*~V4tiJXX&.  Wynndel on Friday.  well known  Capt. Carruthers, a  Nelson traveller, had his sample room  in the old King George Hotel building  broken into on Monday night anda  considerable quantity of his. samples  of sweaters,   bathing .suits,   hosiery,  .i.t-4. Xt00.Sr.0- ttf,��������� ^-���������*. . ........ ���������.. Z--,---*  v-*yV������9        -~*-i4XFXi<~*t.   . ar&.t.iX-tu.ttV^Kr  .    -ft rib   .   jfivXlt.izxA  through a window at; toe rear of the  sample room, and the' goods at that  end of the room. completely made off  with.. Provincial police McLaren has  the case in hand, but beyond the  rubber footmark Keft by the thief  there is absolutely no clues to work on.  Mrs. Weston, who haa been seriously ill for several weeks past, passed  away at her home on Tuesday afternoon, in ^ her seyenty-8ixth_ year.  Deceased with her two sous, Duncan  and Edward, came here from Bernie  to reside about six years ago, and was  well known to quite a wide circle of  friends, who will hear of her death  with'-keen "'.'regret.' ' One daughter,  Mrs. Mitchell of Calgary, Altai,  arrived last week, and wa-< with her  mother when the "end . came. The  funeral takes place this (Thursday)  afternoon to Creston cemetery.  Howlove and adoration on t\~i*.part  of a carefree mountain youth for his  big brother lifts bins from boyhood to  manhood in a single day and causes  aim So scale lusariuountable heiguia  in behalf qf his brother is the story  which Richard Barthelmess portrays  to the public in "���������Tpl'able David," the  ^star's first picture for Associated  First National Pictures. 5sae.V which Is  to be shown at the Grand Theatre,  Saturday, January 27th.   "  The play, replete with thrilling ad-  ventures staged in the mountains of  Virginia is full also of "heart thrills  wound around simple family life.  Mr, Barthelmess, as David, teaches  the hearts of his audience through his  appeal^or sympathy fbr the ideals of  tne romantic eciuntry boy, and he  thrills them with his revelation of  indomitable courage-and tenacity of  purpose at the ri*rk of his own life in  defending these ideals. "  Anew-born babe who pulls at the  very heart strings with the message  his entrance into the world carries, is  among the characters. David's drtg,  his courageous father, tender mother*  litiful sister-in law whose "life is  blighted by'the tragedy which befalls  jhis hero-brother, alt carry the same  message.  The touching love theme which  runs through the story* ���������* being the  basis formany a delightful romantic  scene, not untouched by comedy at  times, furnishes a be-tutiful background.  Notwithstanding the,, pro-  vailing money stringency  our January Clearance Sale  which closed on Saturday  last, was fully up to our  highest expectations, and  we take this means of  thanking bur many customers for their very generous  patronage.  MAWSON BROTHERS.  LIVESTOCK FOR SALE  Grade Holstein cow," milking, with  bull calf three weeks old, $35. Purebred Yorksoire sow, good mother,  bred to purebred "Yorkshire boar, due  to farrow April 8 previously farrowed  8, 12, 12, 12 and has raised 7, a 9. 8, a  splendid type of bacon saw, 0BQ. Large  Yorkshire pig . very big framed, and  about 250 pounds; can easily be fed to  500 ov- snore, $25. Above prices or best  cash offers; no trading. MRS. P. S.  BAGSHAW, Camp Lister. .  SATURDAY and  MONDAY SPECIAL,  OGILVIE'S  Hi  Annual Session  SjJ .... H m*t~  40c  For the cooler weather the  way to start the rlay right ia  with a dish of hot rolled oatfl  porridge.  Ogilvie'a Rolled Oats  excelled.  pure un-  Manufactured   under   perfect  aamtary condHaoMts, by a proaews  that gives them afcr-������ngt.h-giving"  nourishing qualities nofc poa-  saaned by other mak-ea.  Beat by every teat, ������*n<$ at  Sa tu rday- Mo nd ay'������ pri������e you  Met theme nuperior rolled onita at  a price aaltcf! for inferior rnahea  i'ffl'BWfi  The recent heavy rains and thaws  with the consequent flooding of the  flats, followed by the ���������* present colder  wen ther has', made the best skating of  the season and every night large  cowdsHre taking full advantage of  sport afforded. ..*...'���������  . *  Five auto loads off Creston people  dropped in with a surprise pai-tv al  the home of Col. and Mrs. Lister at  Camp Lister on Friday night last, at  which dancing was the feature of/the  [eyening. and a most enjoyable time is  reported by all.  Pianc For Saxb���������Ohiekering grand  piimo, medium hv/,*~ in art mahogany,  a striking example of this master  builder's -achievement, magnificent  tone, reasonable price nnd terms.  Write for details. Willis Piano Co.,  Ltd., Nelson, B.O.  There will be no services in the Pres  byterian church on Sunday. Rev. J.A.  James being absent at Grand Forks,  where he is taking nn official service  in connection with the departure of  Petstor W right of that town to take a  church in Vancouver.  The United Farmers complimentary  banquet tendered the speakers at the  short course school, at the Norris cafe  on Thursday night last, was well  attended by both businessmen and  farmer*), and the affair wab a splendid  success En every detail.  ICok Sat.k���������BkcI and spring, $0;  child's cot with spring and mtttbresa,  80; Butter churn, $2,75. 28 Plymouth  Rock pullets, nil liiying* $1 etteh.  Fruit Healers, 80<;. to fl.R0 dozen.  Fruit in sealerB, 50c. quart. Kitchen-  ware.    Mrs. P. Tose, Greston.  Creston Masonic Lodge forwarded a  wiejtth to Fernie for   the   funeral   of  thf laU* Mra. 1ft. R. Piper, which toolj  frtace in that city on Frldnv afternoon  ant. The lodges at Nelson, Oranhrook, Kimberley and Fernie also  remembered with floral deisigns.  There wiih qui te a good turnout at  tllie Holy OroHH Church ladles whist on  Friday night i-int at which the high  acore* wer<* inarii5 by IVfrH, Stftnley  Pntt^rwrtn and Milc������k MefTNrfh-jr, whllw  the consolation prl-zem wera won hy  Mr*. PVnton Htnitli and O. ISrtriiH.  Regulation Jwnnarv weather him  prevailed thiu week with froKtv nightN  mnrf con������irlernble bright NiinHhlne  every day,, though hardly warm  enough to effect thii \r,y tihflghing th^t  t-httt-fi-f., and whieh i������ ht-in^ ntn.de good  mm~ of by th-ime at  logging operatlnmi.  Bolter  B  ROIIiLHa  Uwer  Prlets  A������H>nfi forty rsii i.itm-   inulinH   ui   Uivutt  Wiirst out rstt   FriiSay nft-emrimi for Ihi*  recMpti-ori t.K't'iKl^rfci M'mn -*i<iiii)..-.i..  dairy demontttrat*or nl the abort,  nenorwe     f������nhr>r>l,     hy    thp    Wonwn'ii  There Was quite arlarj^e and representative turn-but .of members of St.  Stephen's Pripsbyt-^ia^ Church at the  annual meeting of' ,the ,T cossKi-e^ation  which was. held atj^vihe church", oh  Wednesday^ night tasfe.1 In the absence  of the pastor. Hey^.j. A. James,, the  meeting was!.pi*es|d.^d..,oyer by bJ?Z:Al.  Lpenrs, one of the t^Qara.. of managers.  All the reports ptitBented indicated  that the year had be-pri -one of conti n-  ued progress, the report of the s*i?ssion  showing a gain in membership of five.  Nine baptisims had been taken by the  pastor and there had been- but one  death. Outing the year the pastor  and Elder John Miller had attended  the ineeting of General Assembly at  Winnipeg, while Elder W. H, Watcher had been selected to represent the  session atv presbytery and a.i other  meetings. <  . Treasurer W. S. McAlpine presented tbe . financial statement, which  indicated that contributions had been'  in excess of thi? year preyionsr���������the  envelope giving showing an increase,  whilst loose collectiona were much the  same, the year closing., with a cash  balance of almost Q60.  The report of the Ladies* Aid:  showed that the usual ten regular  meetings had bwess held lHt*b yeas*, with  an ^average attendance of fou rteen  members. There, waa a net gain of  tlve in the total membership, and - in  February Mrs. Dow and Mrs. Uender*-  hoq were at the Presbvterial meeting  at Trail. The usual teau, dinner and  bazaar were held, and financially the  year was a splendid success. During  the summer the aid expended $145 in  repainting the church, and contributions hud been made to the cemetery  fund and a wreath had been secux*ed  for the soldiers1 memorial unveiling.  The revenues raised totalled almost  $500. and the year eloaud with.$223 in  the treasury.  Louise Nickel reported for the  Mifrslon Band, slailpg that eleven  meetings had been hold. Mite boxes  were installed during ther year, which  helped materially in securing funds.  At the annual bazaar the bund members netted $40 on the mule of candy,  and further money was raised on tne  sale of calendars. The 'bund hud a  membership of 18., Tbe total cash  intake waa just oyer $01, and of thin  QM was sent ns u thank offering to  the district supervisor at Trail, the  year cloning with a balnnce $31.87.  During the year tho Oreston Auxil  iary of tne Woman's Missionary  Society waa organized with u membership of thirteen. " Up to the end of tho  year it had been possible to haye bub  three rogul-nr meotlngti and theuo had  attracted an average attendance of  nine. In cloning her repoort the  ������������������fcretury. Miss K-lTlierlno Moore,  ohnerveu, ,**l"*h������ oxtmheru are earnQHt  and extremely, interested in Lhe work.,  and hope U< make a decided succcua of  the au-ciliary during 1928.  Tho only ofllct-n to be filled wero tho  two vat'iinult-iB in the board of  managers, the tcrrirn* of oftlco of Dr.  Ilondomon and H. A. Speers having  expired, The former wiim ro-olooted,  and Mr. Hpooi������' pKtce will be taken by  11. W. MaeDonalcl. W. B. McAlpine,  .1. W, !?#������������������������, l?r������>i! T^owIm anna J.  Sherwood complete tlio mitnagiug  brkard.  Before eloalng the    ntiutil   volen  ol  thankh  were   tendered   the   Sunday  i  Try the Drugstore First  For  or any other c>f-the season's ailments  we catty &!! tlfe standard remedies at  -narktilai' r~tioj~~~������.  jr-nr������������������- *"   i  EATTIE- OATWAY, Ltd.  Mailorders a  Specialty*.  Phone Service  Prompt Attention  ~*m~  totem  GRESTON AUTO & SUPPLY  Under New Management  mEEEtmSEmmSmmEESEmmSSSEEtmSE^EE^  Solicits an opportunity to supply your needs in - everything  required to keep your car in   the be-st poasible 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.  STAPLES & PIERSON  u  .4  I  ���������a  DON'T PAIL TO SEB THE  New  Superior  1923  CHEVROLET  We have been appointed Chevrolet agents for this  district and expect to take delivery of a shipment of these  cars soon.  Sinco its appearance on the market lost fall, this'car,  with its over twenty-five improvements, has proved to be  the fastest selling fully equipped ftutOmobile made.  Watch for further particulars and announcements.  Gii'irciYiiii  ^|9   El  ^~% ^^L   ^"       Em      u^W    1���������9 f-^^i E  iii^B^i i iiii  UCXQATE BROS.  mMx}m H    B H H If H H IH H Q ��������� Ba. W W Ba H      wi  %#inll V-i.iJPAh   IJvrlBBini-yilw  &HC.F-.B &_


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