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 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~^~~~~~~~s~s~~^  3SS-~S3~~~~i  ~~n2X������Z~~~S  ~s~~7s  - -.* -~-  w-KStf ,-iffmi-i~~a~tt~~~~l  t-  I  /  ,-..    -,*���������-< r.  v  ~*  ^ -O    -"'   TPz������&<-~  y-^yfZ>  \Zy*r if   It-s  fr  Bi  ii  I/'  11  t!':*  TPMK  H������L     ISi.  Nf-KV*IK\  Vol. XIV.  CRESTON, ~~\. C, KP3ti>AY> FEBRUARY 2, 1923  No. 52  Word came on Monday that Miss  Bcsie Pascuzzo was fco undergo aa  operation for appendicitus at Cran-.  brook hospital the fdlSow!i3g������ day, and  as no edvera reports have arrived it is  assumed she is< progressing nicely.  'C. M. Loasby got home from Cranbrook on Friday, where he had spent  eleven days in the hospital recovering  from throat trauble he ran into while  holidaying at Edmonton, Alta.  Mr. and Mrs. Goodm-ao  were week -  , .   ~  end visitors   with Cranbrook friends, joot if St *s  handle the m'srketsng  of the 192S fruit  crop.-- Mr. Oliver in practical fashion  explained how similar organizations  had brought prosperity to the orange*  pr-ane and ^raisin grow ers of Calif.,  aad assured that if tho plane ^r>f the  big new British Columbia organization  were given the support of 80* per cent,  of the fruit'tonnage of the province,  similar success and consequent prosperity would be experienced by thg.  fruit men all over British Columbia.  Just at present it is not definitely  known whether the berry crop will  ] this year be handled by the new flrsa,  not   Mr.   Olivei   strongly  returning on monday.,  Arthur Dibbin was a Monday  busSnePR -������?sjt*>r at Creston.  Will Goodman, who has been  working at the C.P.R. depot at Michel  for some niodths, is home*- at present.  Dr. Henderson of Creston made a  professional visit to Sirdar on Monday  Most of the, children who have been  laid-up with sickness of one sort and  another Are around again and back at  sdhoo! studies. The doctor made the  trip by auto and found the travelling  not too bad.  Mr. Dennes, sr., is a visitor wish  Spokane friends this week, and will be  leaving shortly on an extended holiday  trip to the Old Country.  Mrs. J. H. Webster of Ci-eston was  a week-end visitor with Mrs.   Loasby,  Mr. 'Webster   taking   a   cutter  drive  down -with the children oa Sunday for  a few hours* visit.  Maj. Mallfiiiclaiiie  Heads Fall Fair  i  A. three-day f<d-r?^to be held the last  Week in September.;? was' the unanimous decision of tiie very large and  representative meeting of members of  Oreston Valley Agricultural Association held in Speers*-. Hall on Monday  nigbi, the session beings necessary due  to the fact that tKe eleven directors  meeting  <S*fGi>���������������*  in  .*>   tue     >t.nuuai  juecember were no-c at  all unanimous  X.*4*&*_.    Jt������������  TT��������� *   Will  oe nere on  Sunday morning for the usual Church  of England service at the schoolhouse.  Jim   Pascuzzo,    who   has   been   in  quarantine for at least a   month   due  to catching scarlet fever, is making a  ,*&***7..~ *SS8Sfl*W*-aw*-^*^>Se^ out  shortly. -    , - -.,     ���������.  Arthur. -North, another Vvf those  ���������who had a serious jtignR of * if with the  prevailing cold, is able to be up and  around -the ranch a. little, but so far  has not been -seen in town-.  urged the Wynndel glowers to back  up whatever selling arrangements the  Berry Growers' Association might  snake. It is surmised that the Creston  Valley and the country to Boswell  Will have, the power to ' elect one  director to handle the affairs of the  new organization. The meeting whs  also addressed by L. E. Taylor of  Kelowna, who is accompanying Mr.  Oliver on his tour.- Mr. Taylor is  president of the ~3~*C. Bruit Growers'  Association, and he macSe a strong  plea for an increased membership  from this district. At the cfose of his  address Mr. OBver was - closely  questioned on a huraber of gnkljects on  one of which he very definitely stated  tha|. in the matter of selling. the  ���������������?ho!esa!er and jobber were necessary  to the success of the effort. Messrs.  Bennett, Hayes and Allan of Creston  board of' trade, along with. Jas.  Compton and Bobt. Stark., ivpresent-  lag the growers, accompanied the  speaker on his trip. Considering it  .was \an*" afternoon meeting and  organized on two days* notice, there  was a large.and. representative turnout of loenl ranchers.  ��������� -a��������� i���������-.t.t~.  .5  -   *���������  ~..  -V--  The Co-Operative Fruit Growers  are busy cutting and hauling their  1823 iccsupply.  Skating having been stopped by the  ling fishers are now on the job, and  every evening Bees some of them  hunting the creek for the delectable  finny one.* ....*��������� -, -,     ' ,..'..  The Co-Operative trading store is  putting up an ice bouse nnd contemplate stock! ng^at least fifty tons.-  Monrad Wigen got back on Sunday  from a trip to Spokane.  Mrs. Benadetti was hostess at a  party for the yonng folks on Saturday  and everyone report's a ''re������AK {good  time. Mr. Benadetti returned home  on Thursday* - ' v" '  Mas. Irving and Mrs. Joy were* joint  hostesses on Friday to a crowd of  about sixty guests? *. WhiBts and  dancing were tne features of thia  evening. Prizes were awarded Miss  D. Butterfield and Mr. Piggott. while  boobv honors went to Mrs. Dunceath  and P. Gregory*. -.Old time dances us  well us the more modern jazz were  indulged In, and with everyone feeling  good, wide-awake and lively a very  enjoyable and moat successful evening  wasBpent.  Reg. Price hud quite a narrow  'escape this * week from a nasty,  accident. Various parts of the rigging  giving way dropped the wagon pole  between the horses which, being  scared, immediately bolted, leaving  Reg. perched all ulono }n the wagon.  The team was stopped down by  Winlaws and after a generous use of  the universal Canadian remedy���������hay  wire��������� he was able to continue Lit*  journey In safety.  Postmaster Butterfield occupied the  chair at the growers meeting at the  old nchoolhouHo on Friday afternoon,  which was uddresned by Boyd Oliver,  an associate of Aaron Sapiro, the  well-known co-opcratlvo selling organ-  4MMV4M44    -"���������* O^"'������<*-*-<- ,-      ��������� " ** -     - -'     ��������� -* * ������������������    '     -    ' f r  '���������������*      ' '  formation of  the   B.C.   Co Operative  Growers, Ltd..   which it  ib hoped will  , Mr^and Mrs. George Jacks were  egreahly surprised.and ent<������rS*a!n*pd ,������t  their' home on' " Wednesday night  'when a goodl'v c^ond *��������� of young and  old friends from Lister, Canyon { and  Erickson favored them with a surprise  patty, which was a highly successful  rocial affair.  -  Misses Red path, Hardisty and Land,  and Messrs..; HeAd, Barnhard and the  'Williams brothers made up a partv  from heie that attended the Banff  orchestra dance at (greston on Monday  night. ..   .     :.-"-.  -'W. G. and Lewis Littlejohn and  Miss May Littlejohn of -Erickson.  were calling oir "Lister friends on  'Sunday; *.'-.'  Ed. Lnngston was .d-������wn from  Kimberley to spend the week-end at  his ranch at Camp Lister.  O win of to the inclement weather the  hockey match scheduled for Sunday  laist had to. be postponed for a week.  The teams are the Wildcats, headed  by Miss Redpi.th, while M|sr Ruby  Lister captains the Prairie Ploweis,  Considerable money has been wagered  on the struggle with Prairies seven  decided favorites. The teams have an  excellent sheet of Ice on the Edward  slough.  The social event ng., at the .school on  Saturday wa!s qnitie a unique affair,  the fore ^art of the evening being  spent tn games and compotittons, after  which came lunch at about lt. Dancing was then indulged in. The  collection taken helped reduce the debt  on the piano by several dollars.  R. T. Milner has become a convert  to tho possibilities of the poultry  business and is going in for them on  quite a large scale with the White  Leghorn breed^       "  Walter WrEghfc in another poultry-  man who Is going to specializa on his  new White Leghorns, having just  taken delivery of a couple of fine  purebred cociiwolo from rt Vnncowv*ef  Island fancier. Mr. Wright will be  quite the largest poultry man in tho  area, his new hen house being big  enough to takd care of 250 birds;  they had resigned in a body in otder  that the special meeting would be free  to accept or reject their views regard  It-ff 1923. and if rejected to give the  meeting a free hand - in choosing an  entirely new directorate.  The meeting selected C. F. Hayes  chairman of the^g^thering, and after  he had outlined the* necessity fbr the  call of the meeting, this fact was  further emphasized^by W J. Truscott,  one of the *Oeceti������her-e!ect directors,  who had carried flu the association  affairs since then ~|patil the present,  Mr. Truscott then j������e named - secretary  to the meeting.    -  -'  After those-present had been gi vett  opportunitv to discfosa the whole 1023  situation and flndihar the overwhelm  iug majority of sentiment in favor of  a bigger and earlier fair, nominations  for the 1923 directorate'" were called  -for. after a mot|������m to accept the  -resignations of t^l������--previous directors  had heen put ai^d carried. Those  chosen to handle this years fair are:  President���������Major Mallandaine.  Vice^President-^p. F.. .Hayes.  Directors���������Geo. % Johnson, - C O.  Rodgers, Col. Fried Lister. M.P.P.,  C. G. -Bennett^,. &., ~ Wi. Allan,. Sam  Moon,. -W. J." ~3'"rnBeofct~:,Geo. Cart-  wrigKfr������h-' Br-^^JSdmTpr *-"���������"'*' T. " '  The new r rboard'- o-obsprises five  btisinessguen-.^-fad six farn^rs.*---with the  directors- representing ev^ry point in  the V/alley. .i���������The directors^were given  the.^necessary authority to secure ~i  s?cretary,,and the chair nam������^r*Messrs.  Mallandaine, - Rodgers * "and Bennett  si committee to act in that respect.>  At the-adjournment of- the meeting  the directors ^assembled in initial  session with Major>Mallandaine presiding, who Bhanked those-present for  honoring him with the position. He  had been at the Tuut d of Creston's first  fall fair ten years ago. and he hoped  he 'would give the same efficient  service and have the, same- hearty  support in his, 1923 effort in the same  direction. He also ex'pi*essed appreciation <>f the work done by Mr. Truscott in handling the situation between  the regular an nual meeting of Decern**  lier and the Monday night session.   -  Tentative'u dates for the 1023 fair  Were set for September 24. 25 und 26.  While the slightly earlier date may  cause the later variety, of apples-to be  shown . before they have attained  perfeqtioh as to color It-* was pointed  out th������t the- Septenihnr; fair   should  bring out a better display of plums,  tomatoes, pears, and some other  varieties*of produce, to say nothing of  greatly Increasing the possibilities of  the flower show.  -��������� C. O. Rodgers has donated a silver  cup, along with which will go sub-  stantial cash prizes, for the best  twenty box lot of apples shown at the  fair, any one or mixed varieties being  eligible. In addition to iiUiog out the  fruit'section an effort will be made to  have this draw outside competition  both in the twenty-box lot as well as  .other sections.  C.   F.   Hayes    was    again    named  chairman of the prize list committee  along   with   Sam   Moon,   G.   E. Van  A^pkwen "SL*ld   *^?'.   ~W- TrESHJJOfct.  ttnd    if  money will permit it is the intention  to enlarge the -canned goods section,  which at present only admits of jam*  jelly and pickles.  Geo. Johnson heads the Snam-e  committee; and with him are associated C. W. Allan and C. G, Bennett,  whilst the grounds committee is made  up of President Mallandaine, C. O.  Bodgers, Geo. Cartwright and Coi*  Lister.  Tlie James Maxwell home was the  g^oe of operations of tbe West Eriek-  &6g surprise party squad on Fridav  alight, when about thirtv of the  yonnger and older residents happened  in unexpectedly for a night at cards  and other amusements ihe whist  honors going to Miss Gladys Wood  and E. Botterill, whilst at poor playing Mrs.Palfreyman and Dplff'Wesr  ���������were the most proficient ofthe visitors.  .A SunaptaoKsJunch was (brought aJosg  and certainly the affair   was  enjoyed  t��������� -������������ ���������_-, ���������rn  Erickson -was   well  represented   at  All Creston growers, in fact everyone in the district, who is interested  in tbe'^dgyelopments which are tending towards ii solution- off marketing  problems  will  want to know  that  the *- commit.tee    appblirifced   hy   the '  'first growers* meeting is still acting  under the   chairmanship  of   C.   G.  Bennett, and wilt continue tb act in  I"***- the interests of locaT growers until"  such   time -as   there   is   hS definite  proposition   -toK?pla^ <:Hsef^e="'H'W-  ranchet*e   off  tlie^yalfi^- "for   their-,  acceptance or i ejection. ,  At 'the request off the Growers'  Committee,;which has been in. more  or   less' continuous   sessien   in the  i  sessien  Okanagan, delegates haye been sent  The JocsT-**  OOTTAau Fon Saoi���������The cottage  and two lota on Victoria Ave.. Creston-, lately occupied by C B. Garland,  ideal iocafcity-j, wibou* on terms; & per  cent, off feu* cash. Apply "A. W.  COULTEFi, Milton, Ontario.  Important Notice!  To isiiiabSo us to purchase  supplies to the best advantage ib is important that you  notify this office as soon aa  possible your estimated  requireirionts of  ' LIME  .;  SULPHUR   t;  lime-sulphub  solution;**; :  1?"l?"I>*T,TT TWOCl  ~V ~VjJ\~~l-~~jL~~j~~~tl\~~.  BEEPS  PLEASE DO IT NOW !  WtWlKWIK     ���������  0*040       W * ~������ 00 *tt������V      -0.00.1100  out  from   time to., time.  -- -    j  committee felt that no report was  necessary in connection with the  work of these delegates as this has  been entirely covered by the reports  which have been published in  all the papers of the province.  The work of organization is now  in the hands of a committee of ton.  and'it is expected'that this commit-  )tee will complete their labors about  February 15th, when they will have  a definite proposal covering all  important points to place before the t  growers, and will -also have com  pleteti revising the coBtract which  is to be the keystone of the organization. Guy Constable has been  appointed a member of thin committee of ten, and met the local  committee on January 29th. leaving  the following day for Vernon to,  resume his work there,   ...  There is no dqiibt whatever that  Mr. Constable, id giving valuable  aasistanqe to this committee. The  Creston district, on account of its  geographical pow3Lion hs^ regatds_  certain markets, lias probleuts to  Bolye which-are peculiar.to������ no other  district in the province, and -. If the  Cieston ranchers are to fall in line  with the new movl-men t * it is essential that these problems he token  eare of. Mr. Constable understands  the.situation ur<d lt Is felt that the.  proposition that he will have, to  place before the growers here Is  almost sure to be acceptable to them.  The local committee feels that the  proper course off procednreiM for *.h������  district to take no definite action.  as a whole until the contracts are  couniloted and have been presented  to' Okaciagan growers for their  signature.   "'  Cieston repri'ecntw ������l comparatively small percentage of the total  tonnage of the prowiin.ee and itt  would appear unwise lo canvasu the  district with a proposition that  might or might not be acceptable to  the .Individual gmwers 61 the  Okanagan. On the oLlvur hand once  the Okanagan more or less unanimously acceptH fche completed  con tracts the work off signing ap  local growers would toe very much  fiSmpMfied. "  Creston on Thursday afternoon, and  when it came to questioning both our  lady and ' men delegates kept the  speakers busy quite a' hit off the tizne.  Messrs. Oliver and Taylor .were  motored over the Brtekson area on  IJriday morning by R. B. Staples,  zn&king a call at the _R- J. Long  ranch- where the visitors were so  -taken with the unexcelled quality of  the Long Delicious that a box off  $hem were "sent by express to .Mr.  OJ*"���������?r*s C**li-fon3i** home st Lcs  Angeles.  W. G. Littlejohn this week received  *the bronze medal which accompanied  tbe third prize be won op Snow apples  at thi? Imperial Fruit Show, London *  last October. It is of generous size  and attroctiye design, and much  prized by the recipient.'  . The "Young &��������� Clements ranch is the  | first to put 1923 rhubarb on the market, having a supply for Creston trade  oh Saturday. They are producing it  under glass and is a most attractive  article. -  ^^ j1^;C<feir,"'x!?bo.isT doin-gpmning on  theB. B. Staples ranch, at present,  reports- cutting -ssflf a limb of tSSSZ  growth that shows a length nf almost  '63 inches. This is from one of - the  trees grtted to Rome Beataty and is a  fair sample of growth under irrigation.  Apple shipping was resumed at the  end of - the week when the Staples  Fruit Company loaded out a straight  car of B. J. Long's Delicious, that  went east to a Lethbridge house on  Saturday afternoon.  The annual .meeting of the shareholders of Creston Valley Cooperative  Association was held nt the store on  Saturday afternoon, at which -directors  for 1923 were elected as follows: Jl.  B. Palmer, E. W. Harrison, G. P.  Smith. J. M. Craigie, T. B- Mawson,  Eric Olson and G. E. VanAckeran.  Under Mr. VanAckeran's tnunage-  nv'ent the store has had a very  prosperous year-end and"1 Deport has it:  that shareholders are likely to be paid  a dividend on the paid  up capital.  Gerald Timmons left at the end off  the week for Ouitua.Creek, where he is  working for the present.  GOMINGi  Sugcialis  Porn pair of glasses to be satisfactory they must be ground from  an accurate formula. Por a formula to be correct it must-bo baaed  upon a thorough, scientific examination of your eyes.  A hundred -per cent, efficiency in  yoarday'w work demands 100 per  cent. HyesEght. ^  s  Moni than 80 per cent, of headaches are caused Ivy eye strain.  Don't wall uatll strain compels  you to look alter your eyes.  Givp your eyes the aid nnd ease  they*    demand     before    INJURY  DEVELOPS.  Murdoch McLeod  Optical and Optouiefcricu.1  Special lat, will be nt  Bwttie-Oatwn������ Brugstore  n#/t������Fin������.i v   w?'X?W.V>������TA JPVOfc.  I tf.M %~P~~ t d~rf4rm as- h   ~* ~~~aM~Vi0.i0.0~r~ 00 ~t tx 00    -P..^  Have your *(������yi>������ examined now. 'Z ' -?'<���������������������*- >    -- -������-~ v     ".Z-"*���������*������������ "-*���������    "' - -Z_  -������    - t"*1-,l    ���������-���������������: ���������a    ir * .     s  ^v.  mam mkYmm~t, m$^&mM>Wi  ���������vtC T-  ���������  ne*   i*v<p������-������xr     3 par  1  Happy New Year!     With each recurring new year this seasonable greeting-, and wish is extended by millions .of people to each,  other.      In some cases, no Vloubt, it is done as a mere matter of  form, but probably fhe vast majority of- people do sincerely hope  that the incoming year may bring a larger measure  of happiness  and a greater prosperity to their friends and. neighbors, their country and the world.  The extending of this  old-time wish,  "Happy  New. Year,"-if  it is a sincere wish, implies much more than the utterance of the  words.      It imposes an obligation.      If we sincerely -wish that the  new year may be a happy one, it is our duty to put forth the best  that is in us to assist in bringing about-a realization of our desire.  And if all our New Year greetings and hearty handclasps are accompanied with a resolve to interpret    th������m    in    definite    actions  throughout the year there is not the slightest question but that the  new year now dawning will be a most happy one.  There is every reason why 1922 should far surpass 1921 in happiness and prosperity for all.     It is inconceivable, for instance, that  these Western Canadian Provinces should experience a repetition of  the disasters which overtook the agricultural producers this year.  Several years of poor crops in various sections of the."-country culminated.this year in a crop, satisfactory on the whole so far as quantity of grain v/as concerned, but which, in the aggregate, did not  yield to the producers the costs of production.       Large in volume  as the crop proved to be, it was a ��������� debt-producing crop-rather than  a debt-paying crop.      Such a condition is not likely to be repeated  in-1922.       ^ _ ;-..*,.. ...       .: ',  Industrial conditions were far from favorable'���������; during the year  now closing, with the result that, not in Canada alone, but to an  even greater extent in other countries, there was unemployment.  The concensus of opinion now seems to be that the worst in this  respect is past and that the new year Avill show a steady improvement.       ��������� ���������  While taxation must for some years continue to. be heavy in  order to pay the -war bills of the nations, the cost of living is steadily falling, so that the -wage earner and the heads of families can  look forward to a larger measure of relief on this score.  A" survey of world conditions is also hppeful. The dark clotid  which has been hanging over our Empire in connection with Ipe-  land, and which threatened to break in a terrible storm of civil "war,..  seems about to be. dissipated. After long--centuries of turmoil,  agitation and strife, the Irish question appears to be-on the eve  of aa amicable settlement. ^  The much heralded Washington conference of the nations on  the limitation of naval armaments has been a wonderful, almost a  miraculous success. The nations have found a basis of agreement  to end the costly and. dangerous race for naval supremacy. The  probability of future wars is thus greatly lessened, and along with  the removal of that threat, which was paralyzing the financial-, industrial, commercial and political world, confidence is returning and  with it renewed business activity is certain. The reduction in the  burden of taxation will likewise be considerable and will become  more and more apparent as time passes.  Catch Correct Time By Wireless  Jewellers    IfKParls    Have    Installed  Small Outfits  Fifteen hundred small wireless.outfits have been, installedin"Paris Jewelry watch ^nd -clock stores ,to enable  the -je-wellers^to catch." the:, correct  Greenwich meridian time as it is sent  daily at ten o'clock "by the Eiffel  Tower. -Formerly. the exact t time !  had to be, obtained from the observatory by telephone.  The - installation is -simplicity Itself. - The* outfit, about nine "inches  in diameter is "hung on &. nail In the  cellar or along a water or gas pipe  serves as a "ground wire" while tho  removal of the bulb from a nearby-  electric light and the insertion of a  contact plug take the  tennae. It can be done in five minutes." ���������..; ."���������':;. ' -' -,. ''���������'_:'���������._  . The outfit can be regulated, to hear  everything* that is sent out from the  Eiffel Tower. V- The correspondent  listened.-in.'when the press matter was  being sent out one day, and the signals were, clear and easily heard. .'  Railroad  C&7������MMa 4������t~.JU Earn* ~0~.tm~t*~~i ~t~~~m  an Says  _ _ B  -ft ���������#���������%���������  ave disappear  "I had just about given" up hope of  ever getting-well, but Tanlac has fixed me up fine and-1 want to pass the-  good word, along to others,"- s>aid Bernard Breen, well-known clerk .for the  Grand Trunk Railway Co., residing at  282 "River Ave., Winnipeg, Man.'  "Two years ago I had an operation,  and after this it seemed-that I just  place of an- could not get to feeling right again."  I was very weak, and indigestion had  such, a "hold on me I. was actually  afraid to/ eat. I just had to force  down, eno-ugii to keep me alive, and  after each]little meal Iliad suclvawful  pains and cramps it nearly drew nie  double. Gas would form on my ^stomach and bloat me until my heart acted queerly and I could hardly get my  Fains kJSack,  breath. I had awful snioLhrsring  spells and, had to sit up night a������1er  night and just fight for ^breath aad  suffer agony every ininute.  "Weil, -X tried   so  many   medicines  without getting any help -I was pretty  badly     uS������eoui aged.  I  una  across a Tanlac testimonial which described my case so well I decided to  give the medicine a trial. My apps-  tlte*picked up, and now I'm "eating-  heartily of just anything I want and  never have a bit of trouble with my  stomach. I sleep like >l log every  night and always get upvteeling: fine.  I certainly feel thankful .for the good  Tanlac has done me.*'  Tanlac is sold by leading druggists  everywhere. -   "  If-you have-failed to secure reliejf  from other remedies, rub on lots, of  good old "Nerviline" the strongest,  most penetrating pain relief on the  market, Nerviline acts" quickly on  small pains and is the surest to drive  out the big ones. It's because every  drop of Nerviline rubs in because it  has the ability���������to sink in deeply that  it drives'-, away pain that ordinary oily.  "Liniments won't touch. Large 35c  bottles at all dealers.  Retired Postman Has.Goad Record  N6* Complaint Made In Forty Years of  .Service , ;-*:  During *40 S'ears'- service ,as a postman aj" Windsor, it is estimated that  W. Kimble, who is retiring, has walked a' distance equal to' ten times  round, the. world������������������or "2-48,000. . miles:  He has acted as Courts postman to  "Windsor Castle during tlie latter part  of bis; service, and ^Oaas: never once  been on:sick leave orTxad an adverse  entry: placed against his name.  Banks In Canada  Eighteen chartered banks have-over  4,500 branches in Canada and others  in the West Indies, South American  and Europe: The Canadian banking-  system is an admirable one. All  notes issued-By banks must-be secures, dollar for dollar, by gold or dominion notes.  Is Always  Full of Life ahd  Energy���������  Failures Are Weak and: Bloodless  Some men seem to have all the  luck. If there are any good things  going 'these men seem to get ' them.  It! they are business men they are  successful; if they are workmen they  get the foreman's job. They Have  the power of influencing people.  The same is true sOf women.    Some  Lave     the     charm    that  makes "men  seek tliem but;  others are neglected.  But this" is not luck.      It is due* to a  A.U these circumstances give assurance that it is-no idle wishl'personal gift���������vitality.     Men and wo  THE HEAITHY  HAS THE BEST XHANCE  HalFs Catarrh Medicine  Those who are in a "rim down" condition wiii notlc-o that Catarrh bothers  them much more than when they are iff  gpod - health. This fact * proves - that  while . Catarrh- is a local disease, it is  sreatly Influenced by constitutional conditions. -.HALL'S' CATARRH - MEDICINE' is a Tonic and acts through the  blood upon tho mucous, surfaces of the  body, thus reducing the inflammation and  assisting- Nature in res to ring* normal con-  di tions. - -"*...'������������������ ���������*. ���������������������������:-.*  All Druggists.       Circulars fiee.  F. J. Cheney -& Co., Toledo, Ohio.  Armistice Day at Coveni Garden  Man  Who  Forget to- Observe   SHence  Was Censored  When    the    silence    fell on Co vent  Garden   Market" on   Armistice    "Day.  porters stood still beneath their piled  baskets,    barrows    were    halted    and  lists "wers removed.      Ths onlv sound  was*   that    of    an old man  counting  and throwing eabbages   two   by    two  from    his    wagon to a costermonger  with    his  -harrow.      "Twenty-eight���������  thirty���������thirty-two,"    - rang    ;. clearly  through    the    garden.      It" was   -ton-  much for one markjgt-man", >vbo .called-  in a constrained voice:' "Hl^you -with  the    cabbages���������have    you-no sense?"  Tlie    old    man looked up. mutteretl:  "I'm sorry���������I forgot,"   and    sat   down  on the 'edge of the    wagon,    slightly  shifting his cap.      The silence ended.  ."Thirty-four"   canie the" call with  an-.  other  couple  of   cabbages.���������The  London Daily Telegraph.  \     ������������������  A "Novel Dinner  to extend the greeting- "Happy New Year." What the world has  long; lacked is confidence. Let confidence be restored, and economic conditions will soon right themselves. It. should, however, be  borne in mind that each individual citizen can exert a powerful  influence in the right direction. Never more* than ho\v*\yas there  a time when thc dead p'ast should be allowed to bury its dead.  ^Rather, like St. Paul, the Canadian people should forget those things  which*'are behind and press toward thosc things which are before. -  Pessimistic feelings should bc curbed. Blue ruin talk rig-icily  avo:d.ed. Expressions of confidence and words of hopefulness'and  encouragement should flow from every mouth, and our actions  slunstd be in keeping with our words. Tf a person finds himself  or herself indulging in pessimistic feelings and the language of discouragement and despair, they should stop short. Such, an altitude neither bene lit *-**���������*. themselves nor ar^body else. It is a positive  dt.iriment to progress, destroys confidence, and is a constant source.  ai unhappiness.  Begirt the new y'car right by cultivating a cheerful and hopeful  deposition. it wil: make for happiness, your own and others. Ills the basic foundation  for a "Happy New Year,"1 ' . .  Arrest Ends Vendetta  Ah Uk- only way to end a vendetta  going on since. Mil"** britwopn tlto do  L.u<:3a and Fforlllo tnrulli-fs; in Naples,  the police havn arros'rMl both families,  numborlriK 4<������ ppr.'ionK, Two small  children, a boy and a Kir I, rr>main and  are proving affect I .on a let play mat .<!������.  Separation, But No Alimony  men - of this sort are never weak,  puny invalids. They may hot he big,  but they are full1 ot life i-lnd energy.  The whole thing is a- matter of good  l>lood, good nerves and good health.  Everyone would wish to be.like this  nnd the qualities that make for vitality and energy are purely'.a matter of  health. By building up,the bloodand  nerves, sleeplessness; want oC energy,  "weakness ol' the hack, headaches and  the ineffectual sort"of presence which  really conies from weakness can be  got rid of; Dr.' Williams' Pink' Pills  have made many weak, tir&d men,  vigorous, and many pale ' dejected  glrla and women, rosy and attrixcLiv-a,  by Jm proving thcir blood and toning  uu their nerves. If you are weak,  low-spirited or* unhealthy, try Dr.  Williams' I'ink Pills and note their  beneficial effect.-  You    can    get   :these pills .through  any medicine dealer or-by mall at t">0  ''cents, a   box   or   six   boxen *.for   $2.50  from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Ifroekvillo,   Ont.  French     Provincial     Press    Celebrate  PronV&l'oifv-Wr*President '-���������      "  A novel dinner party ���������was* given in  Paris- when the French provincial.  press met* to celebrate the fact;that M._  Real,, the president,of their organization, had been raised to the dignity of  Commander of the Legion of .Honour.  Each newspaper arranged for a  special dish" .representative of the  culinary art of its ^ region to be  brought to Paris by train or motor  car. The Petite Gironde supplied  the finest Bordeaux wine. "The Press  of Rouen sent a Rouen duck cooked  i the best Normandy fashion, and  other provincial: organs sent . fish,  game and cheese.  Miller's Worm Powders prove their  value. They do not cause any violent disturbances in the stomach, any  pain or griping, but do their work  ouietly and iiainlessly, so that the destruction of the worms is imperceptible. Yet they are thorough, and  from the first dose there is improvement, in the condition of the sufferer  and a cessation of manifestations of  internal trouble.  Tlie fLrst> recorded plague generally  recorded throughout the world was  Jn 767 B.C.  Nights of Agony come in the train  of asthma. The victim cannot lie  down and sleep . is driven from" his  "brain, What grateful relief is the  immediate effect of Dr. ,1. D. Kellogg's  Asthma Remedy. Tt. banishes tho  frightful conditions, clears the passages and enables the afflicted one to  again sleep, as soundly and restfuUy.  as a child. " Insist on'the genuine at  your nearby druggist.  W'*^^^|^|^^*^J*^-|^*������^������**t^^1  /' yZeZyP^iPZ%^p^iyi ,K': $���������#  '->^.���������^^^'p^^���������^-0-r.^'^���������^^*fmw*'^4mr���������f,''  ml  [087 THE'  | A peaceful, quiet separation, no  I (U-niage done, overyhorty happy again  i���������that's tiio situation when yoa  , divorce your cornH. Try Putnam'H  ; CJorn Extractor. Acts like magic, no  ; pain, no failure, success every time.  : Kefufcio a substitute for "Putnam's,"  i 2fir>  ow-vrywhorr-**,  Liverpool's New Cathedral  |      01   IIVll *VUlll*jlWl.^*U Will i-ntr ^.uulu)  Than WestminBter Abbey  JUverpool   CnllKidral.   tha   first   [>or-  tirm  ot  v/hicii   irf  mMirltig completion,  j -Kiln h<- LrtTgiM* tliait Yorlr  ^fln<*5tor and  i lollk-r Ih.'tn VV^siii'iitK-fw* Abhoy whorl  it \a rompldttrd.      It slandH on a com-  j wjiinrjittj* nffc,   10  ; ..**-���������.,   jl.-.   v.iu  j 1hfj t:\-\uptt*r ITtsnt-f. nm! 1,tif\y ('hnpol,  ; ovi?r I0f>,00(( seqiuire ������o(;t, which t*,x-  1 <".f-nthv liui 5tr������',-t of nny olhor EiiKllsh  , <*a*iut(ir;il, A f<iriprr<*������al.h������n or 2.H00  j will Im- jlS������1<i in n>u4*"inh|(i In th* choir  und iii*. at i'i rn {,r\Muiii\*l~\. w)iU*������ ilu* (tn*  tin;  bulldlni:   will  a������*fiHi������������nodal.i������ K,00().  .B.C. Needs People *  It in hardly necessary to .emphasize  r.iio necessity of encouraging tourist travel. The tourist is the advance guard of new population. Out  of those who come and Bee for themselves there aro many who return to  stay. Discontinue tho invitation and  travel will nnasc. What CalU'ornla  linn done Tidllsh Columbia should 'bo  nhlo I.o do. Pormlatiori is our urgent  neort. But advertising ts essentia!.--  Victoria Times.  French scientist has taken . an  X-ray photograph of a bone through  a brick wall 2&0 yards away.  Minard's   Liniment for  Diqtempeh  You  are not  experiment-  c In g   when  you   use l)n  Chase's Ointment for  Ecz<*ma and ^ Skin   Irritations.   It��������� *relle.ves at onco and gradually heals-tbe skin.    Sample box Dr.  Chase'a Ointment lree if you mention thia  Caper, and send 2c stamp for postage.   60c. a.  ox i aLL dealers or Edmanson, Bates & Co.,  "Limited, Toronto.  SOOk'8 Ccftoii Root Coffipoiiii?.  A Ba/-. Tsliable repttlatinff  medicine Bold ia theco dc-  prowl ol ���������tTenucH��������� No. 1. Cl;  No. 3, $3; No. 8, 85 pec box.  Bold by all dcucgists, or Kent  prepaid oa receipt of price.  J?rea     pamphlet.       Address:  THE COOK MEDICINE CO.;  TQI0NTO, OUT.   {Farmerlf WlsCscr.)  Threads oE sold usod in'India i'or  niaktnK lace nve so fine* that. 1,100  yards weigh only one ounco,^  *'r- i'f.Tt  uhr>vr> |h<j Mor-  ''fiif-'.v 1o/:f*IL(*r  "uJIlt  W.    N.    V.    UQO  Use  UR1K  ���������������y-Mornin^ ���������*..,,.������������������^ v  eepYourEytes  &on -Clear ������o.������ Mo>"*e������lll^y  Cleek    Writ* Pur ftmm ty>m Cara Bo-oW Murin  Co..Cl.lc������(to.U.&*.  Mlnard'o    Liniment    u������������tl    by    V������*t������r-  Inarl-sa  FOR RHEUMATISM  Hjiiinl'Miio. NimduIkIh.. or iony ^-ibtir pain,  nppty -Minard'* Uinlment to tht. achlafr  nuiut    und    i;H    ctulck    rollof, ,    Mlnnrrt>  in      illo     l*ni>i>u\y     ytit.ii   fiun.timjtttul    U^-cvl,  'I'lioro iii unllilniT to <ia'������all It.  KOtt  8AL.M  lOVlSHVWJIKIUa .  l^M    jIurS' h MijB  Can be cured. Don't  lose your valuable  birds.    Act   quickly  vvilh Zick birds and  prevent spread of  disease by thin proven remedy,  PlUTTSROtfP REMEDY  ADVICE FREE. Our poultry ex-  pertt. -will lielp yow.   Write  Pralt Food Co. of Canada, Ltd.  Awieri(ca,������ Pioneer  Doe Remedies   " -  BOOK   ON  DOG    DISEASES  and   How   lo   Feed  Mailed     Free    io    any  Address   by   the  Author  U.   CT.AY   GT.OVKn  CO.,   INC.,  IliB     West,    31st -street,  New   York.   U.S.A.  Ilt������IMIIMMI ill ������������������IIIM1KMH II  I  "tr*********  %*_$ All ������  Trade  Marie  !!  PETROLEUM JELLT  An application of "Vaseline' ���������* White Jelly brings  Urate ful relief when  applied, to cuts,, burn.s,  chafed skin, etc  cii-nsnnRoucii  MANVP'ACTURINO COXtrANV  ICtmioMaiidX  t.m<-Ql_~bot Ave..   Montreal.  In Tuhjes  ats d jars sit  all rlrt.g-  gJj.t.  ���������WWI  fLLey&sx^^  *������i*^)ll)^lMl^|lMlftllM^  ''���������V}i:.,i:'.'!'V.-/',.,J;-k-:.'-:|V|j  V,:-** Wi^t4^mm^fi0mHtim^i>*������*>*0~*  ������C������U&  HJ&VJU*ilVVa   *~m-A~~*ia~~rl0 0~J~Xm:j~-.    **������  SAYS TANLAC  IS WORTH ITS  WEIGHT I8GO10  Z' ^-mmm 'm T ^   "        .*    ������_  "Honestly. I wouldn't., take one thousand dollars for the good I, got from  Tanlac, to say nothing of what it" has  ���������done for my wife and our little five- j  year-old hoy. It has been worth its \  weight-in gold to each one of us," is  the unqualified statement made a few  days ago by Albert "Edward Payne," a  -Tfnti    1m-mr-jr^mmm       *. n *������w r*tr% tf* **������"������������  -*v������      Ji ftO      "IPi Ji^aT^"**!^ ^JIT  St., Regina, Sask;.  "'As to my ,own experience, I don't-  hesitate, to' say I believe Tanlac Ls&vf.  ed my life. I had grown so run-down  and weak from stomach trouble that  I was losing two ~ and three days a  week, and at times more than a week  on a stretch from, ,jny_ work. My  weight dropped down to one hundred  and twelve sounds and I was so mls-  erable  that .life  was .almost  unhearr  able. - :ji >*. T Zy-J*Z.- "---:���������-:'--.r'  "I was-just about ready to give up  when a ,clerk at?one oftlie drug Btores  put me on to Tanlac. That was the turning point with me, for I began to pick  ���������up ancl feel better almost Immediately,     it wasn't long^until myVstbmachu  A  Canadian  In  Ireiand  was in good" shape and I tipped the  scales at - on������ ..hundred and fifty-two  pounds. Tanlac also built, my wife  up to good health" and>made af husky,  robust chiid of our tittle, boy, and nobody could Bhake my faith in it. Tanlac is the family medicine at our ,house  now." , _-*..��������� v  To-alac Issold by 9.II good "druggists'*  Men With Spirit Who Are Saving th*  ^ Irish Free State  It, is perhaps" not generally "knows*  that1 among the editors of the Dublin  Freeman's Journal, just    ordered    by  ^Republicans, to leave Ireland under  pain of death, is a~ well-known Canadian. Mr. H. N. Moore, son of the  Rev." T.- Albert' Moore, the prominent  ��������� "Methodist 'divine, has been managing  editor   of   the Freeman for the past  "-four turbulent years. His offices have  :been raided in turn by. Sinn Feiners,  Black and Tans, and Republicans, the  paper's presses have been destroyed.~  che,building riddled with bullets, but  Moore, with a threat o������ death- constantly hanging over him, has stead-'  fastly kept his course. "When the  Republicans smashed the Freeman's  press, Moore and Martin^ Fitzgerald  got out the edition on a handbill and  defied their enemies. - Later on an  emissary of* O'Mallle, the-most desperate of the Republicans, called at  Moore's residence and placed into his  wfe's hands an ultimatum to the effect  that'his failure to change the policy  of the Freenjjm would "be "^un'sh.***!! "^���������i"-  certain death. The only reply was an  editorial calling for a niore ruthless  policy toward O'Maille and his associates.  It Is this spirit that is saving the  Free State. Men like Cosgrave, Mul-  cahy, O'Higgins and their associates  pursue their duties dogged by the  shadow of deaitx. That they go on,  steadfast and unafraid, is the" best  proof that Ireland has within her theP  spirit that will guarantee her future  life.���������From the Ottawa Journal.  Mines Still In Baltic Sea  L  .UP~mV~ i5APP������NB������!������S  WFWt TOED  If Tormented With  Corns,  ���������  Use Good Old "PutnamV  It's really a simple thing to remove  your corns, and without pain, if you [ free after German  I!  The death  is  announced  of  David  Lindsay,  66i_noted   explorer, - through  0���������1-, ,-.���������-.     0ttrt.tr.rt.r00.t0t 00     t\-rt      rr-trtnX     XITrtrtX-       A. v. l-  vtv *ll*ryv~-    xrxxrxxtPKIx XXX^     tiXXXr    t^xvzxxx     VV *Ci3L   jcx. 11 n-  tralian gold field was dis<Jovere'd.~* ~_ ZZ  Interior China, with one doctor tit  * r If--.  every 400,000 people, has been, a land  of Avidespread misery^-due largely..to*.-.  ignorance and*' superstition.   ���������* **  "*'   * 1  Uermany'e floating debt increased';  during the first ten days* of, December  123,000,000,000 fa-narks,' to ai total -o������-  8S2,0O0,0'00,OOO marks.,    *   "     ;.     - . - Z-  A disarmament ^conference to. deaL  wit 11 land- and sea armaments between  all Governments having diplomatic relations with the United States is proposed by Senator" King. - - --- -    .  Comrade Ioukoff, famous Bolshevist  hangman, who executed more than  two thousand persons in this manner  since 1920, hanged himself, /according  to dispatches fromMoscow-.      --; 'y-~  "While  police  searched?.ya*Z'house  in  Chinatown, \ Vancouver*, --.for"y..-hidden  drugs,; a> carrfer;pige6n fle  a tube of cocaine.      Two men  w������-������������-;  arr-eHtedfy. i-   .'*,*��������� Z--Z- ."-���������'.'  apply Putnam's Painless Corn Extractor. It acts like magic, lifts out the  corn, root and branch, leaves the skin  smooth as silk. No failure with  "Putnam's," 25c everywhere.  Have Caused Loss of Many V-essels  - * Since War  All ships leaving ports onUie Baltic Sea have been ' warned of the  renewed danger of mines,- many of  which have been found in various  parts of the sea _ during the last  month.  The lastest casualty laid to mines  is the loss of the Finnish lightship  Storbotten, which was blown np by  a ~~ mine off Aland in September.  Five of the crew of ten were lost.  The loss of many vessels since the  war is believed to have been caused  by the mines.  The  sea -Was reported to be mine  boats    had   been  -a  -a  ������Iouseliolct nints  Did His Best  A*^ western exchange tells of -a-  speed maniac who ran head-on Into  a seven-story office building anc  after regaining consciousness weakly  murmured,. "I -blew my horn."���������Boston- Transcript.  sent to clear the waters last summer.  It is now alleged, that this job was not  well done and that there is still much  danger  from  these floating  derelicts.  Valuablo    Recipes    For   the    Busy  Housewife   JJ  Rich-Fruit Cake  l"&-cupa shortening, 2 cups sugars  4 cups flour, 1 wineglass brandy.  & eggs, *&. pound blanched and chopped almonds.  % pound English walnuts (broken  in small pieces), 1 teaspoon salt'.  Yz pound stoned and chopped dates.  1 pound Sun-MaidTseeded raisins..  1 pound glaced cherries.  3 teaspoon baking powder.  ���������*V������ cup New Orleans molasses.  %, cup cold black coffee.  1 teaspoon grated nutmeg.  2 teaspoons powdered cinnamon.  1 teaspoon powdered cloves,  A Clever "Cook  A. woman, i-eacliisg -.ixx a w������il-  known college for girls near Boston,  vouches for the truth of this story.  She presided over one of the college,  dining tables at which sit- a dozen  students." One day some curly lettuce was brought- on. A freshman-  looked at it and exclaimed:  "How clever of the cook to crimp  it that way. How does she do it?"���������  Boston Record.  SAVED BABY'S LIFE  Mrs. Alfred Tranchemontagne, St.  Michel des Saints, Que., writes:���������  "Baby's Own Tablets are an excellent  medicine. They saved my baby's life  and I can highly recommend them to  all mothers." Mrs. Tranchemontagne's  experience Is that of    thousands    of  ���������1 other    mothers    who have tested the  Cream    shortening     and -.sugar, to- j-worth of Baby's Own Tablets.      The  gether, add eggs, well beaten, beat five,.Tablets are-a sure and safe medicine  minutes, then   add   coffee,   soda  mixed with molasses, brandy, flour, sltted  with salt and spices.      Now add rai-  for little ones and never fail to regu-  1������*������4~a   -4*iS<a    l-hrf-ftx-ara! 0    onfl    tjf/������tn������ /il*       4t>i������<������    *-j-������  lieving all the minor ills  from which  For   Frost   Bites   and   Chilblains.  W1111 a'Akl- ���������aiia SP1^***"-***-      A>"w ������-uu ittl-1 children   suffer.       They   are   sold   by  Chilblains come from undue exposure   sins,  currents,  dates, cherries cut in i medicine    dealers    or   .by mar  at 25  to slush and cold and frost bite from  halves, and nuts.      Mix carefully and! cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  the icy winds of winter.     In the treat-1 tum into greased and papered tin and" Medicin? Co- Brockville, Ont.  ment, of either an  excellent prepara-'     T. _      . , _.���������,,���������  , tion ia**>r. Thomas' Efelectric OIL as it' bafce in mofierate oven two and a half  counteracts the. inflammation;-,ahd rV''-bours/ .   Brandy    may    be    omitted.  lieves the pain.^ ?Whe actional -thedoll: Sufficient fiw*.one large cake.  is  prompt anU^iis^ application-is. 'jex-  Miller's Worm Powders will clear  the stomach and bowels of worms, so  that tlie cbildywill no more be troubled  by'their ravages. . The jpowders -are  "sweet torthe" taste and no child will object to taking them. - They*are "non-  injurious - in their composition, and  while in some cases they may cause  vomiting, that must not be taken as a  .sign that they are nauseating, but as  an indication ot"their effective work,  tremely simple.  ia  To Protect Child Labor  More than 10,000,000 persons are  { said to have indorsed the petition ask-  ' ing for an amendment to the United  States Federal constitution"-which  would empower Congress to limit or  prohibit the labor of children under  ihe age of sixteen.  Absence from church was a punishable offense in the seventeenth century... '..;....,,���������.' ..,"  Minard's Liniment For Distemper'.'  * --*?.'��������� ' - ���������   .'. ���������--  In Spain a woman's mantilla is held  1 '''"������������������ *' . .,������*..        ,��������� t . ���������-������������������ -.* ,. , ,  'issacred and'cannot be sold fair debt.  _ Corns are caused by the pressure of  tight   bootsy   but   no   one   need   be  troubled with them long when s6"';sim-  ple a remedy as Holloway* s'Corn Re-;  mover is available.*'". ������������������**��������� *'���������?  ~~~  Norway sends?200,000'"'ton's' olioe to  London every year. Py  " :-���������'���������' "  *-;a-!rr .'.' '      .-*-��������������������������� " ~~~~j>*������iZi-  Gh-drry Raisin Spong-e  Canned r&tl cherries, 2 egg whites.  1   jtablespoon    granulated sugar, 2  tablespoons sugar, salt. *; ,,_  % cup cold water. --..^  :%'cvlp of boiling water.* _  - ������4 cup Sun-Maid seedless raisins.  ���������J^ cup cherry juice.  Shredded almonds or cocoanut.  "Whipped cream, 1 tablespoon granulated gelatine.  Drain juice-from the cherries, soak  the gelatine -In cold water and: dissolve "by adding the boiling water ftnd  cherry juice and set a"side.:'to*-*x!6ipl.'  When, it begins to thicken .b.eat-lwtt"ti  egg beater until frothy; then beat in  stiffly beaten agg whites and a ;fety  grains Of salt. Then add the sherries  cut-in halves, seedless raisins; cut in  small pieces and cooked until tender  and drained well, and the sugar. Turn  mixture into a slightly oiled mold and  chill "thoroughly. Unmold to the  serving'.'dlali, garnish with whipped  cream aad sprinkle with shredded almonds or cocoanut.   ~  Yoa  are not  experiment-  {Ing   Fhen  vou   -u������e  Dr.  CSjase's Ointment -for Eczema and Skin Irritations.- It relieves at once &' ������^ rada-  ally heals- tho -skin.    Sampl ^^jt Ur.  ly  I  Cbase'a Ointment -free 11 you nieiiuun this  sendee    ' ' ���������-  xrwjx .  xt... u-oSmOTS    C  i,lr-'fp-rt Toronto  psp������i and send 2c stamp for postage.   60c a  box; all dealers or Eiimampon, Bates & Co..  MONEY ORDERS  Dominion JSxpress Money Orders are ott  sale ia five thousand office* tLroushout Canada. .*-  FOR SALE  YAKN ������������������ WONDERFUL    VALUES  and     colors;     samples     free.���������  Georgetown Woollen Mills, Ont.  Coo&'fi Cotttta Roo4 Compojffll  ~d.j~utft, rtHcCbi4Y*(mJat������na  4HMilt-.it*.   fiold In three da-  ������tt>-0-; of ���������tTengtl*���������No-   1. *X|  ^_~~.r     J^~t\ Wi.Nfr 3. *������ perfcoz;  /������(      ootd by all draestUta. or acn-k  *~t.      prepaid on  receipt jof  price.  Fee*     pamphlet.       Address t  TOBOKTO. ONT. VmwtAt^iUux.W  No Mtfro Aathtna. Dr. J. D. Kel-  log's ARth ma Remedy rounds the  death knell of thia trying trouble. It  stops the awful choking and painful  br^athlnff,- It guards against night  attacks and gives renewed ability t6  sleep and rest the whole.night long-  Much Js claimed for this remedy,, but  nothing but what-fean'T>e demonstrated  by a trial, if you suffer fromaBthma  try lt and convince yourself, of;Its  great value.  America's  Plonoer  Doc K-eniedtea  BOOK  ON  DOG   DISEASES  ������nd   How  to  Feed  Mailed   Free   Xog any  Address by the  Author  H.   CtiAY   OI-OVKll  CO..   INC..  129   Woat   34th    St..  N������w   York.   U.S.A.  ,V  1-  GOOp  HEALTHj the signs o! which are so plainly  wriiten in looks nnd  actions, comes from within ���������  the natural result of right food, such os Grape-Nutn.  Crisp, delicious ond soundly nourisriinrt���������easily dijjestetl  ond quickly assimilated���������Grape-Nutn brings happy smilen  at the breakKast table and happy feelings afterward.  . AU the family will thank you for including Gr* pc-NutS  lii your grocery order today/ It^s ready to serve ia ft  moment with cream or milk.  To Guard  Punlic Health  THE BODYBUILDER  ctTEere,s a Hcastm?*  Made by CitiiftdIon Foalum Cereal Company, Lim������ted  4S Frnat Sir������et������ R,,'"i'orbttfio I'-ioio'rya'  WSwidiior', OnRmrlo*  Stays So Dial Hygl<en������ Should Bo CMvert  Gr&ator At-tontloi-k  Creation of n strong local commlt-  tpo to tako up tho -question of* social  tiygioncj co-operation of tho clergy and  educational authorities,.nnd the organ-  teatlon   of   classes for parenta, 'wero  urged by Mr. Ju������tlce Rlddoll, oC Toronto, Preaideut of th������ Social HyRlono.  Council, at a luncheon held in Ottawa  recently.      Mr.  Justice Rlddoll,  who  waB accompanied by Dr. -Gordon Bates,  Secretary <JC the Social Hygiene Council, flU-oimed tho need' for, Kroatoa- nt-  tention to nodal hygiene and for the  coraMon    of    normal    conditions    of  health Ior tho community.  Pr<rir������n V*Iuc^]  When yoa Utko 1'R-lVU-NA.frt-Iodtffe^  ,Uon, iSlmrdMOd 8tomiich.-N*fwT������>M������-^|i  IneM.-or u |tw<*^ rtm-dowA o������*iil-.  1 tion oEtbeByotMn, von urijdoliiir-^jdL  wKkt. haadroduk^&^A*^^  of -Uiouwinds ^C^K^iW-^  of pooplo  ) lia-vci don*������  ������.*t*ws������mti  Mlnard"������ Llrtlment For Cold������, Et<5.  ^"^^^^^^    ���������������!  half!  aoftnUiryl  old. uodliiinj  ran an lion-miMwl I  . ^..100 In   homMl  JurounlvoutthfllnnKUi]  PoJQ<ll>r<������a<Hliott1ioNorUil  ^AmaricAatwtnUnent ns tlio]  leal toolo a������4 blowl jwiri-  1^***-  llC bas twxivcd ilm vuJijv**; ii.*.i  |l>romp t u^phiiB h-natou offl  I many tt ������Mri<Mi*illnn������i*; ������nii|  ItodJiy, Hla ������<������r������vridolyM������o<ll  |llinri ftvr** t-tiitxtv. lnvcitsitu* ill  \_~ tltfitt-Unh-ts renwdy forl  t������w-nryd-ny Ilia. . Stii t/tttj-l  Eeluc. Luasi^ It li l������������wa4 ������t������4I  Imi tt-U4 Im tn~i-~~~t~t 3|  ������&RU-NA COMPANY  The Banlc of "England Has its  own  ���������^a^er: siiipply^-an;  artesian ;-T^eJl, .400-  ff%; Jdeep/'wlflciiisupplies; sT^'CHlO gal- ,  Ions an hour:^5" -' r*    ;" -"---,  " -   s"^*  W.  U62  -~mm~wm~mm  mm$m^wm>Mmm������ii  yiyj.yyPk.ii,jyiyyi.yyKyy,,,,.  tt"rrr~'  yyZkP-  '���������;?.-y --Jyy :; V iP;. -r-i'[   - * ������������������ -*'.������*. ������t ��������� ������'f V*" '.*.''��������� 'Zy* ? ������������������?P-:L ,i r J,, ?' lr. ]y r^Z-J-Ji. '?'���������'?? ''���������"* ;;--  ;*i;?-S)^f(^^  imi  m  mmm  m  ^smmsssmsm  S^4Su~tmii~lumitm ptttttttstnmtmuttttUi  tm  ^i^Zdy0^ir- -fjH*^*^*#Rff jn*;  "���������'":     > ������������������-���������'���������.������������������;��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� i-y-- --.--:-,--- * (."*,-���������- s-..  THS CSSSTOH .RBYISW  e  THE CRESTON REVIEW  ?s_r������  As to the date* the earlier date  it. more -preferable in my estimation.  All - vegetation     aud   pears   and  issuea every x> nuay at -Creston. ������5.  Subscription : 452.50 a year in advance.  $3.00 to U.S.' points.  C P. Hayes��������� Editor and Owner,  ORESTON,  FRIDAY. FEB." 2  regard for it gives us at least ore  talking point for this year, namely,  that of pointing  out   to   yon   the  -~.���������^~~0-  pxuuioy  *jtr, |i*ouau x.y  7~he Fall Fair  are  best- early in ] great advantages   we ���������now   enjoy  with regard to favorable freight  rates as compared witb, say, the  Okanagan Valley.  OnrJ^eight rate to Calgary is  now 65c as compared with' Vernon*������ freight rate of 71c, giving us  an advantage of $21.00 per oar.  Our freight rate tow Edmonton   is  September. King apple shonid  give the othfers a chance, too���������he  shonid be charitable. If yon -would  be kind enough to voice my opinion  at the next meeting I shall gladly  stay at home, Hoping I ^ have  made myself clear, and with pro-  found apologies. 0"NlX>OKEB.  Editor Review:  SlB,���������I attended last Monday's  meeting to the call, "Let all -s^ood  men and women come to the aid of  Oreston fair." It should be supported. Some undercurrents seem  to warn me that women were not  very welcome at that meeting.  The men of Creston and district  ���������may know all abont fairs but what  abont-good snann@rs? Are men  losing their chiyalry? ; However, I  think some of the women can rend  er most useful assistance.  Although! live In ths baek-  -woods 1 am not in a rut. I never  exhibited anything at the Creaton  fair, because I am rather a professional in my line, and it would be  unfair to the others. I have  watched Creston's culinary efforts  growing from crude attempts to  the aow acccusplsshed art ~-~~<~\ I am  proud to think that now the women of Creston can vie with uny  . other distriot, and it ia only now  that it would be interesting for me  to enter the game.  I do not approve of gambling devices, bnt I do approve of sports,  such as merry-go-rounds, etc* for  children, and ball or other games,  and rsees ffor ths men, women and  horses.    I will be   well   over   two  TRANSPORTATION  Sptsck by S. a. STAPLES So tilts TeeaS  mt Board ef Trade Annuel Binntr.  80s*  P-ey 100 *b������., Vernon. rate^!9 5c.*  like to say, in this connection, and  I trust you will overlook a personal  reference to our own Company  who this year have been tlie fueans  of finding distribution for a proportion of the valley's main pro  duct. ,  ln turning over ^pur shipments  to the transportation company-we  signed something over 2000 -ship**  ping; receipts and bills of lading;  probably not a great amount niim  erically as most of onr shipping  was done iu -oa.*rload lots.,  In connection with these 2000  bills of lading not one single mistake occurred on tha part of the  ~t7a*nspc-ftatioi*i    company; ncno  4~jS  V*  -" Last year on replying to the  toast on Transportation I drew to  the attention of the Board's guests  the fact that while the Province of  British Columbia had been successful in -securing a Commodity Tariff  with rates favorable to the trans -  pprtation of fruit the Oreston district, to most prairie points,  to aU  occurred through the failure to de*  liver telegrssns promptly, or  through errors in telegrams, and in  no     single    instance   during   the  our advantage &17-BO n������r- car=  Freight rate to. Lethbridge 56c,  Vernou's ij-ate 86c., onr, ^advantage  $105.00. Freight rate to Medicine  Hat 65., Vernon's rate 95c., our advantage $105.00 per car.      Freight j our shipments were delayed, unduly*  rate to Drumheiler 80c,  Vernon's' and we did   not  have to wait for  ���������       -   - i  rate 98c.,  our advantage $63 per one single hour for ears   or   other  oar.    Moose  Jaw $1.01, Vernon's shipping accommodations; no losses  rate $1.13, onr advantage  of $42  per- c*a?.      rcgina same  as  Msjgss  Jaw.    Swift Current onr   rate   is  90c.,. Vernon's rtite.   is   $1.04,:  our  advantage is $49 per car. season  were  we treated with cBtf-  No comment is. necessary on the courteey by "Railway employees**-  of   these   figures.      We. are'     It jqst occurs   to   us   that   this  comes pretty close to being a record  for efficient service, and efficient  service always costs money. We  do not know whether or not trans-  CRESTON  BAKERY  .-n -������-h *"3  auu  TEA ROOM  Hot Lunches  intents and purposes had no such [ certainly in a position to be con-  rate. In other words our particu- gratulated upon J the favorable  larly favorable situation as regards freight rates we now enjoy; rates  prairie markets enabled ns to ship! which were obtained at least in  more cheaply   under   the   regular;! part as a^result of-the   efforts   of  general Mileage Tariff than we  could ship under the Commodity  Tariff. That ie to say the Commodity Tariff failed , to give ns the  advantages due on account of our  nearnesi tp markets.  Jjooking back we cannot help  but feel how fortunate we were in  having made this speech last year;  fortunate In this regard, that we  could not have made it in January.  1923* for Hie reason, that a change  in the Commodity Tariff covering  fruit shipments went into effect on  your members.  Perhaps some of "you may consider that the rates 1 have quoted are  Tea, Coffee, Cocoa  '    Bovril      -J.  -m.      -~*F*t.0mmm0.%.mw������      1 ������-.������L* '   1Q09 .   jxwxA-.'   ram.vr.  ������J0Q   J j MVV������IUU������>        ���������*������������-=>*������������     m-tttimmtly    vmim-V-.      (,��������������� *a  score years oeiore ������ne rair,   am willing to run a race with any* jjnst what we have been asking for.  one of my age. '  1 We were doubly fortunate in thia  in themselves cause for dissatisfac-'  tion, when I mention the fact that  the C.P.B/ gets fifty cents a box as  their share, from the*, average  grower, and it is needless to say  anything further, about freight  advantages..  We are : al way very -ready to  blame the Other fellow for our  trouble, and -so long; as he is~not in  a position to kick-back we are  usually quite siiiwoneerned as to  whether we blame justly or unjust  Iy.    There is ,pn*0. ;thing   I   would  portation rates are too high; we  have not seen any actual proofs  either*'3'way; but we do know  | that this valley has received inval  sen Hunts  Next B^as'sSarage  3     B   J5k  B     9  "What ban this man boon  you?"   Iwr  husband   ������lo-  And Julie, who had prayed  that, that nuentinn novel*  would be uBkod, mado her  confession.  v������-  1   - r i*r\p> i-t.,,;  "My   husband J"  piled.  "And you wero di voiced "T  ���������'NoT  ������������������Then yon were still m&r<  fiod to  him. whan  you   married met"  "Y������?���������������but 1 had to doltr  stable service from the transports*  tion companies this year; service  that they could well afford to pay  a nigh price -for r6wf tu������n  cept a cheaper service' at rohe-fper  rates. "1  Communities   shouid be SrralHng  'a*  to pay fair prices for desired results  in efficiency, just^ftlong these Jhteaw  and along the lines that do node-  part very much from  our .subject.  This 1923 meeting would, fail to  accurately keep record of the Valley's important events if it did not  mention the rock road now- #ractic*  .ally." completed   b^tweOA \ ;<3r^|'tcm:  and ���������^Ho^p^.r^^n^f1" ]$^M$$$������?l  front doorsteps ;.a^^qt.;'.ilbs^ij^  served by this ro-ad, may. notgjBt  particularity jubilant abotst it &nd I  some pebple may be inclined1 to discount anything I say because I  have interests in the Erickson district pfersonally-  Suoh i*teopie are not sitting in  our gathering to-night; there ���������;-*ijB-  not a man here bwfc who realraes  that the mud hole that used' to  exist between here* and Crawford s,  corner was the greatest detriment  to business that this town had be  fore the rook road overcame it, and  they also know that the road  which is being rooked, out at  Erickson, had gotten into a practically impassible condition, bad  nothing to equal it anywhere in  the valley; in fact no leea a person  than the Minister of Public Works  pronounced it the worst- piece of  road in British Columbia in a cultivated district.  You business-men of Creston are  able to measure and appreciate just  what this road has meant to Creston. All.of us, who are big enough  to look into the future and plan for  a good1 town for the whole valley  know, further than this, that the  Erickson people gave very seriono  thought) just n year or two ago for  a village of their own, and no one-  could blame them for so planning,  who had to drive over the Erickson roads.  The rook road has made that  planning no longer necessary or  dcoirablo���������a mightly fine thing for  Creston and for tho whole valley.  Again wo havo results in service,  and again We have costs.  Men's Half Soles, $1.25  Women's Half Soles, $1.00  Qu&roraieed for S oipuths.  ������    SfSdpsb if      m  oo&. -   vm f  X Baltfthlft tor -   - WBtc������h, to BKm-tUfttMr.lasA.  Bfcto 9M-������mptktQa *~~*~x~~~~m~~,  ���������jaattes ������e.-vo. w/at+thask fawr womar  foe* -' a~m~~~~tm~i Pgea^sea^OoK-B  rvrtdwMM*. JMt eaMQi autklns  ~~^at^y������s4*4~^~*r4u^ iwtp������otr7o  -���������"���������:-' ���������"*." -9. ���������'��������� "*" - ."��������� '"*���������  .���������. ���������_���������_ BWtoft oeeox^r olotma **or  ���������mkf <K ������l������ 9������r aortk lociudin������ t~~~m~f-  &^[_������afi ottWtr������tt������������i ������? at le������ust  m������N we-wnpssr Sa o������e������p������U(Hk not  l������Mt������ Uwa ft ymtga. it~~~A hav mada sro������  portloBftta tmsirovooMata. ?h* m~~r. *���������-  oatue������ of ni-ftMdtkt, op eUi������r cmim, IM  emat������d ln������Mga������aiat������ ������������m^ftto o*  nrwrrawit aod tsrauuS* l������la oialm.  ReooKUs -srltliQ-at pernuuMnt ������^-  -\~-~~~~ tnesr tf lnra������d. piovlttAd a~p_~~l.  capt makes lanpraveaieata to e&tecft of  VSM per &nnuna ~m~\ records nun������ ������atih  year. Failure to maka tmproT������m������nta  w Moord B&m������ win opwate tsm to**-  felturtt. Tltl* cannot ��������������� obtained In  liy*������������������?*? * y***������������ ������*������<& lmprovementa  -at 610.00 &~t ocm. includlnff ~. -aorM  cleared and cultivated* and rasldance  of at teast 2 yeara are required, m.  Vre-emptoff holdJn* Crown Ittu  may record another pre-emption, if lie  Mqulrea land In conjunction with tola  form, without actual ooelip&tlon. provided Btetetonr Improvamenta made  and residence maintained on Crown  ffrantea land.  Uneurvejred um not weeding ao  j.-0..10. b* obtained after fumuina reel-  dentlal and lmnromement condlticna.  areas eaceedlag- MO acre. m^S  le&aed lor one person cr company.  timber land not axoeeafnc ������o aonS  "SL5������ Piirehaeeds ������ondldone Inol^S  paonnent of atumpa#e.  ^J^iiV11?!1- hmr ������������������������oini Inaocesatfete  ST ~f-HaU'������f f*1"1** ������������y h* purchaaed  oondlttonal;upon conetruqltlon of a road  tp theta, Ztebatc s������.-3&e-SfcSS at oosi *i  road, not exceeding half of purehaae  price, la xnade. ������fm������tm������m������������  ^ne-cMPTOfir ��������� jmum. qrants  m ��������� ..act.   .  tttto  deoeaaed pre-emptor mmy  ap<ra  of a  for title under thia Act la akten-TO  from for cite year from tha death of  euoh person, aa formerly, until one  yau> ailW the conolualon 5 tho present  ���������war. ^Thta prlvlle������e le alao mad* ->-  troactlYe. ma.  Youil  find new heights of dramatic art in this story of a  girl whe was bigamously guilty, yet innocently bigamous.  i  As .Strang������ a Drama tm you havc over seeti.  We sell the choicest Hour;  We stock th<*jHir������Bt feed;.  Tho volume of our bualneaH  Provea thi������ tn very deed.  Our oppf tnanh la a wonder-j  It ikniKea olel biddy lay.  Butus" ftirtlBl'/on' beats thorn all���������  The sumac ������t|np'iicu tn out* hay.  Do not weasy En wt'U doing,  For there will etirely come a day;  The r-fi-wflts-fl wMl h*. *-hv. fir*-,***.*-<>it.  Who to ������v83 c������n en-y nny.  *"��������� x~?* v^r������4nm wr Bouuetv on    pre-  Tucee are remitted tfor ���������flva yeara.  Provision tor return ot moneys ac-  or taxes pr, aoldlera' pra-emptlona.  Zr������--'V^4& tWW--"-)* t������ wjwhMa  AUIad SVmtmm. or dependinla, acquired  direct or Indirect, remitted frowrSn-  Ustment to l������ar������h li/ifM.  ������U*-l������UliOMAfJK������������ Of  GROWN  Provielon   mode   fer   Uwuanoe  gSZ5 EXSt *im******  of  purohaaere wW^led 'to* MmplSte  i������urohuae, InvoWlng: forfeiture, oiTful-  ������>������^������*Jtf .������^i������*25������ ������t purciiaae. In-  tereat and tucee. Where eub-purchas-  era do not claim whole of original par  cal, puroliaae price due and taxes may  hs������ Jdletribulec ,-proportionately ov^  WW*~������ ������rg*. Ajpjpttleatloirui ratten l~i_  cuuM- toy May it MM.  systematic  pro-  alnH  ^������.,m������r tji-r    eyatei  ._.    >p������nent of Irveatoek Industry ���������.���������-  4m lor jrrasln������ dlatrlots and rane/e  ImlnlBtrAtlon   under   Ccmmlaaloner.  raua*J ff-rastair permita issuitd baaed  E'm humbera re-nffid: -priority "for eetab-  Ieh4������d own era, Btock -own ers may  orm AB^wolatSoivo for ranee manase*  mint.M9t*~* of partially free, ocrmite  fer esftUers^ campers cr travellers, up  - v * - safi  HSB330  uiyiinnniMJ.HjWW.ip njjiiri iniiiiinij ^  /  f1  THE  CBBSTON  REVIEW  C ATTLE SSTR AY  -SOassse to thsrprsaaslsss g%. fche undersigned first week, 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  can have same on proving property  ind paying expenses/ L. K. LBAMT  Oreston.' "       .���������  Discuss New Co-  ���������  Unexcelled- service witb high grade  -fruit af*������. fair prize, withjnot less than  80 per cent. Of the 1922  tonnage  ccn-  HEIFERS ESTflAY  Came  to  my ranch. December 1st,  -t ��������� Z.    Ulrt-!. ������������������.���������.ti���������-.       tm.rtiSr.0. 0V44.      %XV.tX.Xg\<l  On**3 ijiaCax f)c<unu((    ucuc,    *.~*   00.t0.02a���������  ---*���������-������ ���������*-������--     =Q������jner -������?������."   have   same   on  ih-t  proving nroperfcv and paying expenses.  A. D. POCHIN. Canyon.  Came to the premises of the under  signed on or about Dec 1st, one re'd  mooley heifer, three or four years^id.  Ownea can have same on paying rf*=*  penses.    W.  G.  WILS&K,   Es   ^  son  JERSEY BULL ESTRAY  Came to the premises of tUe undersigned on or about December 16. 1922,  one Jersey bull, about twi������. years old,  no brands visible. Owner can have  same on prby ing property and "paving  expenses. - r -. PETER NECEFERO.  Oreston---  Loyal Orange Lodp, Ho. 2095  MeetsTHIRDTHURSDAY of  ,   each, month    at ������������������-. MLercantUe ._..-.  Hall.   Visiting brethren cordially invited.  i       - ERIC OL.SON W.M  .S~J  s  B *W  l-  lil;rihe  ������.    .     .' -y-n-.--' \ ���������  y1.'.   -���������'  se.?v   -  This is the fi-rst^pues* ���������  tion that presents'itself  to* Jsfce housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in ior a meal. But why  ' worry? ;>"'-' , .'.'- '"*.  ~ Shamrock Brand  ' \~rsaan~9 aha Bacon-  Finest   Qualify?  - Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  Bologna, axe. ,",  "ittee ���������&\*txy&r<t*r "be- i~a~~������  here* Ih meats nothing  quite equals 'Bhaoarock'  products.^ ������  \  trolled, very  briefly states  the policy  to |je  adopted   by   the   Co-Operative  Growers of B.C..  Ltd.,   the   big   new  province*wide       co operative       fruit  handling concern, that ie expected to  market the B.C. fruit   crop this ye-ar,  according to Boyd  Oliver, who spoke  here    on    Thursday    afternoon���������Mr.  Oliver being  closely   associated "tvith  Aaron Sapiro, the famed co-operative  marketing e**Lpert<wbo has been iargetv  responsible for successfully organizing  shralatv-industries in'various parts of  the United States. /  Although bailed on   less   than   two  days* notice Speers' Hall was thronged  with a gathering of at least 125^ practically   all  of   whom   were   growers,  there being a -representative  turnout  of   women   op    this  occasion.   C. G.  Bennett, chairman of the local growers    committee    presided,   and   very  briefly introduced   the   speakers,   Mr.  Oliver    being, .accompanied    on .his  j,speakir.g   .trlp-T-isrh;ch     ^ill    include  fourteen, meeting in   twelve   days,   at  the principal frnit centres of * the prc������  vince���������-by   L.   E. Taylor,   the  newly  ejected president  ������f   the   B.C.   Bruit  Growers0Association.  Mr. Taylor confined himself entirely  to sketching events that had led np to  .{the bringing to British Columbia of  l Mr. Sapiro and jifrs Qli ver. arid assured  that the provincial goverririsent had  shown keen interest in the new move  and   were    prepared   to, lend   every  aiMjiuf^niMi ^ttvao-MAfilt      sin**?      .*.ff.l������'Ek*->'VU?GA������  W.-������������������������.EiW*c������.������.^*^������ . 0....00.0.0.00       ���������00���������0        -~.%r..vr0  ���������rtr ���������  that it is possible to extend.  Mr. Oliver is a very practicalspeaker,  and cutrries conviction due to the fact  g that he 'i^'intimately - and direetiy-  acquainted with the same movement  to establish the orange growers of  California on a sound a profit paying  basis.---_;'  Throughout his address he emphasized the fjsct that the new organ ia-  ation hid not seek to monopolize the  fruit business* nor were there to be  anyZibullying ^methods .��������� of   getting  that    state   -htfd. had    eyen    raxore-  disastrous experiences.    If the orange  growers plan of standing fast as one  selling concern and -having   the  fruit  buyers bid for the,, crop, rather than  the growers   almost  coax , buyers*,. to  relieye them of their oranges, had won,  out,    surely     with    the     California  experience to. guide   them   the   B.C.  Oo-Operatire Growers should be able  to    save    themselves    from    further-  disaster. ���������---���������.-���������  Ms*. Oliver stressed the matter off  immediately settiiig - to. -work to widen  the market and-intptease the demand  all round for B.C. appies. He lecqm-  jnended increasing the- export tra'de,  the storing of fruit at* likely buying  centres,* and whole, heartedly advised  an extensive advertising' "campaign.  By the use .of printers ink alone the  California raisin growers^had increased  the" demand for that fruit by almost  three hundred per cent.   .  In the getting of resulto  in market*  Journeys Far and Islear  r-        ���������   -��������� 0���������4X SIT-.  vur  fund must  Cast* uaay be loet or stoSea. OurTra-  velletf's   Cheques,  issued h*   various  amount* to fill four xeqpn-rements, sse  safe and cosivesiient. Try them.  ess  THE  1  i  u  & eo.; Ltd.  ing salary should not he over-considered when the right man* was available.  The  prune   growers   cheerfully   paid  their centra!" manager $25,000 a year.  "White a cornmitte'e' of ten 'are still  at work drafting   the' .new   concern's  by-laws,       constitution,      etc..   '-. and[  framing > a _ contract   .that    'will: be  satisfactory io the   varying   interests  in different frnitdi8tricte,Mr::Oliver  pointed   but   that! the    Co Operative  Growers would be handled by a board  of 17 directors.     There   wetsid   be   14  voting districts in- B.C.    and^gaeh of  these would elect   a. director,   except  that at. Vernon   and   Kelowna  these  two centres wpul&baye two directors,  and the seventssnth mass \v������*������Id bean  outstanding business man, who would  be chosen by the Associated Boards of  Tradeof-B.Ci  .ting district .^buld be made up  ^ofall ihV, Co-Operative locals in a  given area,, it being presumed that  Creston Vallev, and possibly Boswell,  ��������� ,,._.y~*   t .   ^ . ._   '~m~.0X0-S,~.a        ty-0t~.0.r.~,0.~.0...0-tt4.rvm  ���������WOti ICs  We ������Jl3e xx*~tyxxK~~x.    m,<~v.flixv?m*B.t tivrnvix-r t^xt  from.eaclt local   in >*this   area   would  meet and sele^-their^director, and so  on  with   each ''voting   district.    -The  seventeen   directors" would' meet' and  select either, from within or %-ithotit  the 17 direcU>rs~elect an executive of  three or  ftveF,f&euibers, "as  may   be  finally decided.upon, and   this   latter-  executive, subject to some supervision V  by   the    directctts*    would    hire   the  PAID-UP CAPITAJL       -        -        t!|S9SSm  RESERVE FUND .-.       <���������.       $i5.000.^UB  CRESTON BRANCH^ C ^L Bencett, Manager.  Hot Air  Steam  aiid  'TsLi  Sheet Metal Work.    A good stock of Pipe  and Pipe jTitrang"s oa hand.  X7-.  ������0.4-4  Y V ��������� &^Z Zt  "v.  .i'T-CSL-X^ati    '^f.     .    r-^mm*'M.^m4r-~~r>W4-+_0'm.4~,  Mow im thm YSmm  w.mx--g,L---,00...0-J.000C,:..y.0���������p-~.~0~ t,  CT- ���������XV       |jy       JQB UlJ-eUIAJJ-B*!. .**������*������������������* M������������������    .. VUO  j growers to. sign up.     He felt that the i general manager and staff to manage  Igrnwer-shipper      and   "   independent  the C<* Operatives-cowers affairs,  (snipper Kad a perfett  light"to ^be  in  Bfee business if they so desired.     The  DEPARTMENT OFLAKDS  j^Q-|������|^Jg-  |  Applioatloil for 6 nzl ng Psmits  tor 11)8 Season of 1923.  Application for permits to grasce  livestock on the Crown range within  each  grazing district of the Province  Sraxing ~..~,t,0.~~..~ -...- - -���������  sh Columbia, must befllea with  the District -Forester at Cranbrook,  Fort George. Kamloops. Nelson, Prince  Ruport, Williams Lake. Vancouver  and Vernon, or with the Commissoner  of Grazing, Parliament Buildings,  Victoria, B.C.,, on or before March 15,  1823.     . >  Blank forms upon whioh to submit  applications may be obtained from the  District Foresters at the above named  plnctia, or from tho Department of  prods at Victoria, B,C.  -������.'���������'��������� 0.H. NADEN.  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Department of Lands.  Victoria. B.Cm January 4,1028.  *,     ��������� * ,      ���������     - -   .    *  ~4aiimmtmtmmimitmit4mmtmmmmamtmmmmmmMmK~~~~aK~s  j ainr Of the OoSOperative  Growers of  (; B.C#;aild..:was to get e^^ybj^y into  jthe ;;������rgania������tion;; by^ **rertdering a  seryice and paying pricea that would  make it worth their while to belong.  He explained that it'-waa obligatory  for the hew organization to sign upon  flye:ye������r,contract8 80 per cent, of the  tonnage shipped in 1922 before .contracts in the jpo Operative Growers  would ba blinding, He wss exceptionally optimistic that 00 per cent, could  be secured���������judging by the way the  new movement was being received in  the Okanagan. , ������������������������������, Vll��������������� ,  Mr. Oliver did not believe that eyen J where another  80 per cent.' was needful; in Colifornia J the community  the orange growers.. had made a  success of their co-operative scheme���������  on which the B.C. organization in  designed���������with a start of 10 per cent,  of the total state orange output, and  even today they only controlled/70 pet-  cent. Today sotaie other California  co operative    bodies     had    been    so  oucceesful that  in   the   pohltrymen's  organization  thoro vverc 9S per cent;  raisin  growers.  05  per  cent;   prune  growers, 88 per cent.  Indicating"   the     prosperity    that  followed the  cooperative marketing  idea,    Mr.    OH yer    stated    that    in  California thia year 88 per cent, of the  men on the land operated at a profit*.  even In a   yery  bad   year,   but  that  outside the co-oporatlonist* very few  farmers had a profit to ohow for 10*2  operations. On a turnover of $5,000,000  Mr. Oliver believed the big B.C. co-operative concern could be operated oh a  margin of I per cent, overhead.  According to Mr.. Oliver1 there is no  such word as fall In the California no*  operative lexicon, and the growers in  ii'iiiiiin'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii in mum  As soon as theittew constitution and  by-laws - are ? available Mr. Oliver  expected that further meetings would  be held to further. senlighten the  growers on the hew plan, and tnen  the work, of signing up the five-year  contracts would-commence.  After his address Mr. Oliver  announced that he was prepared to  answer all Questions submitted him  and he was Sept fairly busy Jn.. this  line for a*������least another hour, matters,  pertinenftahd otherwise to .J*ghe under-  taking befng levelled: at him from all  parts of the hallpS several of the ladies  taking a handj\in this feature; of,  proceedings. "! '    .,    Z  * On Friday afternoon President  Bennett of the board of trade; and  several of the businessmen of town  and some grow eit������. accompanied,  Messrs. Oliver and Taylor to Wynndeli  Veting was held in  ������������������ jail, at ^hich Mr*  Oliver dealt at some length with the  berry marketing question; at present  it is hot the intention to take on the  selling of soft fruits. V  We have just the Modr^-f Xsapxber tois aeed  - to doftnis Work.  Protect your hoase from Fire by  yybtiuEUnga-BriGhChims^^  ���������'y We have the Brick!;;    -        ''..���������  ���������-���������"'-" 4tS4rr . - -im~    ���������-     '..  Al*o Lime, Cement,- Shingles, Lath, Moulding*, &c.  4.IMBTED  $0jl&:-. such values as  juntas  36-inch Scrim, taped borders at per yard ���������  in White and Cream  ."~*" tdwOtC  60c  AtSxmrn  Doit*t jeoptirdize the safety of your money by  IiC-cpItBg It*in the ttcrase isittl! -you'Caii cottvenl.-'  ���������ently^go to the hank. Send it by registered  mail to any branch of this bonk. YotiwiUre-  -.ceive iittniediate acknowledgment, and the  money will be credited to your account.  Scotch Madras$ ,36-iiich, 45c;  4Sriii^h ^t per yd, -  ���������       "       ' ��������� ;' *',''"' I,     ������������������'���������    ' ���������        -       '.' ���������      . . . ''''''    '       ���������' " "  Nottingham Lace Net, 36-inch, at per, yard.��������� ���������* -  72 ouly handpainted China Cups and Saucers, eacft���������25c  Kermis shape Cup and Saucer, each  ��������� ��������� 35c  ISI  IviPERlAJL   BANK  C "W������ A1J!LA!N,  CmEsfoSTBRANCHi  JRw HII <llf| ww #  ~~~~~m~~~t~~a  CHjSSjjji HSW jErimv- ^^^^^ ^^^| EV m ^Q j^.1 ^^^^ ^^^*ft ^^-"^S   fi5   ^^L ra'^^^^^H H* "  ^g^ " rail H^~ Hi ^H Jj!^ H Hi ^^B  ^^H  wmsF  LIWI STEEP  ; Wv^ys'4 LZ^^Zyy Z \pjf.ipp$0r.k*Z$if&vi^ ^^^^^p^v^^^HW-f^ ��������� ���������,  , .i*K*V'^'*v*s^ ^-^^r^-r-"**-^^*^. ^r^^vM ^f* -r  immiJUtii&!mtfMa^a&ttmm&aw&m&&  WUUlUBitt*B������je*E^^4&*a  0ixxm-xtx0iixijai0-x-0i. ixjUitjnt-t-^njiM t\.t The Secret of Good Health   |    A^eal t��������� c������������������W  Nature  hack  to  normal  "When Nature requires assistance^ she _-  will not be slow in conveying to you *  an intimation of the fact.    Decline of'  energy, inability to. sleep well, head-,  ache, biliousness, consti nation, a general sluggishness of mind and body and  any sign of digestive "unrest" should  impel you to seek the aid of a reliable.,.,  medicine without delay.   There is no:  better-��������� no surer���������rip safer���������-than this  proven remedy.  Sold  everywhere  in boxes  25c���������40 pills  50c���������90 pills  fix. Greater Canada  Letter is Received by Dominion Command of G.W.V.A;  "But a few.dollars from you would  make joyful, hearts and the thought ot  you -will bring us nearer together," is  the appeal contained in a letter received by the Dominion Command, Great  War Veterans' Association, from the  German National Association, .on behalf of cripples, widows and orphans  of the Great War. The letter, which  was written in German, -was signed by  Alfgred "Brandhorst, and was ���������for-  warde*"from -a suburb of Berlin.  "France," he writes, "knows no  limits of hatred, and a new war is at  the gates, perhaps within a short  time. The thought of it," he adds,  "makes us -shiver, as we know how  much new" misery will be brought  through it."  Herr Brandhorst appeals to tho  G.W.V.A. to "work with us towards  the end of having people brought to  an understanding."  .Z With the closing of the yeary and the dawning of a new year with all its  possibilities and opportunities, it is inevitable that the thoughts of a sane and  progressive people should turn tb questions having ..to do..with-the further development, the prosperity, the happiness ahd contentment Of their own. land.  A.nd in taking that forward look Canadians will surely realize that, when, all  other subjects have been discussed and analysed, Che one thirigr needed above  all other** to promote the welfare of their Dominion is a largely augmented  population. That is to say;.'-the subject is, and must contirtue to be, a paramount issue in 1923 and succeeding years until Canada can rejoice in a population commensurate to its vast area and almost inexhaustible wealth of natural  resources.  It makes little difference which one of the numerous problems^onfront-  ing Canada as a nation is examined; in practically every instance it will be  found that the problem is acute because there are so few people to handle it.  The amount of taxation that has to be carried, Federally, Provineially or as  municipalities or school districts, is unduly burdensome because there are too  few people among whom it ean be distributed. There are losses in railway  operation because of the enormous" mileage required in a country stretched for  thousands of miles across a continent and inhabited hy a mere handful of  people. School houses erected and teachers employed to instruct a small  group of-children whereas double'the number could be provided "for at practically the same expense���������rand ...even, these small groups have to he collected  from unreasonably long distances in1 all too numerous cases.  The construction roads, telephones, the maintenance of postal routes and  other services through districts hayingsuch scanty population that the services in question pass by miles' *bf; unoccupied lands and are consequently excessive in cost to the few rWho-hayeh to.pay, or be denied such services.;  Every quartervs-ej^ on means a  lessening of burdens for the occupant.of every other quarter section in the  same district. It means the.possibility of better schools, better road������;: better telephone service, better postal and transportation, facilities. It means  bringing the doctor, the dentist, the church, nearer the farm home. It means  better marketing facilities in: the nearby market town, better stores in which  to make purchases, better selection, of goods to choose from, improved service  all round. .'"���������''���������'.  The people of Canada can hardly fail to appreciate the truth of.fthesa  things, yet for some reason or-other the average man displays little |or no  active interest in the great national question of immigration, and such interest  ixs the average man does display seems to find expression in the urging of  oejections to any and every policy that is advanced to promote the incoming j  oi* new settlers, whereas the interests of all would best be served by urging  the advantages to be derived from such" additions to the wealth producing  po^er of the country.  It on New Year's Day a positive announcement could be made that 100;-  i>00 new settlers would be located in the three Prairie Provinces during.1923 a  _ degree of confidence would he given to everybody in this country such as they  have not felt for years. It would be the signal for a revival in business  which-is so badly needed. Capital, now timid of investment, would tiecome  courageous;   with  the opening of Spring building ��������� operations would  become  brisk in preparation for the new comers; manufacturing industries would get  busy on th: goods these people would need: railways. would proceed-with  much needed branch lines along which these people would settle and thus  bring relief to hundreds of farmers now isolated from markets. In fi word,  everybody now in the country would be busy in work of dne kind or another  En preparation for this increased population. Instead of immigration increasing unemployment, it would, we repeat, create work for all.  In this fashion only can a new country he built up and become prosperous.  It will ne'er be prosperous by merely standing still. That meanH not pro-  ssreeis. but stagnation. Vacant lands are of no value; they are made valuable  j~-at? through aettlem*nt and the productive- activity of man. Western Can-  l~~.~~ has mLiions of acres of vacant landn: what it now needs is men, and wo-  ruea. to give theft* lands their rightful vwlue.  Canackt'B energies throughout T923 may "well be directed"to tho encouragement of the immigration of the right type of settlors to this Dominion, lt  is not necessary that they have much money. What i������ required is that they  hav** hea th, being sound mentally, morally and physically, and a will to work.  Such people will prove a valuable ansel to Canada, and In Canada they will  'i.rhi*ve uueceas.  Do Large Breaths Hurt ?  , Is Your Chest Wheezv ?  **I Cskit Mbw Do My. Work  Witi&iMii FeelingTire���������*9  Mra. A. Mottatt,. Boston Falls, .Que., -writes:  "I suffered from- a. run-down system  and nervous debility.,. I could not sleep or  reaf^at night; and felt so weak V could not  walk any*distance. I took.several  tonics, but thcy ~caiy helped mc  while I was taking them. . Mother  advised me to take Dr. Chase's  Nerve Food, and I felt great benefit from the first box* and continued taking several boxes.^ Today I feel like a new woman, ancL  am able to do nay work without  that dreadful  tix-ed  feeling.*'  OR. CHASE'S NERVE  FOOI>  50 Gents a box, all dealers, or "Edmanson, Batea~A Co., "Ltd., Toronto  i  Proper treatment ia a vigorous rubbing of the cliest, neck and sore side  with good old Nerviline. This wonderful liniment sinks int^ the tissues  -w^ere" the pain is seated and gives Instant relief. That catch disappears,  all sense of soreness goes quickly.  Just try Nerviline for chest tightness,  coughs, colds and soreness. It's a  wonderful liniment, saves the whole  family from numerous minor ills ana  should be in every home. "Large bottles, 35c at all dealers.  "YOUR TEETH  THE  SCISSORS  TEETH  By   Rea    Proctor    McGee,    IvI.*D.,  D.D.S., -Pit,t3"bureh, Pa.   /  Our grand business undoubtedly is  not to see. what lies dimly at a distance ,. but to do what clearly lie3 at  hand.���������Thomas Carlyle.  THE WAY TO BE WELL  Good  Health    .Maintained -Throu-gh  Rich, Red Bh>od  Incisor is the "Latin name for scissors.     The four front teeth above and  the four front teeth below are called  the incisors because    they    cut    like  scissors.      They were really intended  to cut food, but It seems to be customary to use them to cut threads, bite  off cigar ends, sharpen lead pencils,  hold -pln3, nails, pillowslips, packages,  tickets, transfers and* anything    else  that requires a third hand.      The two  large  teeth  in   the   centre  above  are  called the upper central'lnclsor-a.   The  two little ones in the centre below are  the lower central incisors.     The teeth  on  each side  of  the  central  ineisors  ahove and below are the lateral incisors or side cutters.     If you will notice  your own  fronts teeth,  you will., find  Where Horses*Are Safe  These    ar?    many men and "women   th t th    upper fceeth <*\ose in cront of  who, every-tew weks, have spells or *      *        ���������      ,.   ��������� -_��������� .  weakness, during wuich time they are i the lower teeth.      They -��������� pass    each  little better than invalids; yet at other} other just like the blades eft a pair of  "Why does  scissors.  bite    off  times they tee a very welt  their health huctuate so ?  1.  In the case of_ men worry and oyer-1   ~    ,- .....  strained    nerves ..are usually respon-tfruits ana vegetables.  sible ior this state of unfitness and io-* the centre of the lips a-hd help to give  abiaty to  face the anxieties of daily'. expression to the face.      In rpeaking  These teeth: enable us; to  foods,    particularly    bread,  They support  No Danger of Having Them Stolen in  -���������    Mew York  "New York may have thugs of virtually every, description, but a horse  thief Is almost unknowja In the greater city, A horse is probably as safe  anywhere in New York as- in the  most rui*al and honest" "hamlet In. the  United States. Take the official records of the Police Department as  authority, for thc , statement that in  the first ten months " of J the current  year, but four horses have been 3toien  from their owners. During the same  period 5,822 automobiles and trucks -ot  various sizes, ages "and shapes were*  taken. It should be added, however.  that thirty-three horses and wagons  containing no merchandise were made  away *vrith, aad thirty-seven horses  with wagons filled with goods. But  in these cases the wagon" father than  th������ animal was the Objective. The  true, dyed-in-the-wool"' horse thief  takes only animals that are unattached.  and ih singing- they have a very wonderful effect in moulding4 the column  The *~of air that carries the souna from *the  vocal cords.  The tip of the tongue- does the mostV  life.  As for women, her back aches, she  is dizzy" with sick headaches, and often  has stabbing pains in the side  only real  health: Is  all-the-year-round  health;  and the secret of it is good,  red blood and plenty of it. - One was' M/>^���������^-Ki^ ������������������^u.,������-������,. ���������*,���������*-��������� f������������������. -k^ai,-  to keep the biood in good condition is remarkable acrobatic stunts just- back  to,, .-take*..'-"EH-. Williams' Pink Pills. of these front teeth to nirtke the dell-  There is scarcely a nook or corner in cate variation of space that is needed  Canada where someone will not' be, to pronounce words so that thev Will  found who will tell yon. the, benefit ���������h.imfl fteWf *o* other rmonle'a ear������r The  they have had through the use ot l B���������?a * lgftM������ oth,el pe?p*e s ff* l-**  these piiis. And the reason is that delicacy of fingering on the strings of  through the improved condition of the; a violin even in the hands of a great  blood they strengthen and tone up the artist is crude "compared to the won-  nerves of worried enfeebled men and der������ul team work between the tip of  women,  and  at  the   same time  have* ._ .* ���������-    ...-.* *  given new vigor to pale, delicate gins .. tbe tongue and the incisor teeth.  and thin weedy hoys." The value of 1 Damage to these' teeth means impair-  these pills in all rutr-down conditions ed speech, ruined facial expression  Is shown Jsy the ^statement of Mrs. ��������� and loas of the power to bite off food.  Lawrence  Brown, Walton, N.S.,   who     . i������4���������^������������������a ��������������� ���������;������ n,��������� t^tu ***.  'When I began taking Dr. Wil- ��������� n ls ver> furious to use the teeth for  GASSED OVERSEAS  *iiELL  aJU  fiill *OI\iil>  and RHEUMATISM  Justice In Far North  Mr.  Alta.,  R.C.M.P.   Sergeant    in    Hole   of   Con-  stable, Coroner and Magistrate  .A remarkable story of tho manner in  which "white man's justice" la taken  V.    M.    DlEiqulere,    MorlnvUle, It0 tl"le iiir *n()rth i.s unfolded In a recent  report to headquarters hy Staff-  *3er������������j*nl. Joy, ol" the Royal Cunadian  Mount������d Police. Sergt. Joy has be<������n  InvcHtJgatlng thrt murder of Robort  JariPH, a whlt-e trader, at Capo Oraw-  ford, tho  extremf) northern  corner of  says: ���������  Hams' Pirwk Pilts*I was 4n a weak,  bloodless and nervous condition suffering from all the depressing symptoms that accompany this run-down  state of health. I had taken- much  medicine but it did not do me any  good, ancl as I had a family of small  children,    I    was   much   discouraged  a third hand or for an emergency tool  kit. The incisors are so necessary  for so many things that they deserve  the best of care.  HELPS A WEM THROAT  STRENGTHENS THE VOICE  RELIEVES BRONCHITIS  By Breathing the Healing Balsams of  Catarrh ozone-, You Are Made Well  Without. Using Drugs  You breathe through the Catarrhozone inhaler medicated air~that is full  of healing, *sqbthing balsams; full of  ���������ipiney- antiseptic essences, that resemble the air of the pine woods in the  Adlrondacks. " This piney vapor lias a  truly -marvelous action on weak  throats. It brings strength and  health to the bfonchitlc, stops that  hacking cough and difficult breathing.  You . can't find -anything for weak-  throated .people more beneficial than  Catarrho*2ohev*<- It "means' heaven on  earth to thev man .that has had bronchitis, catarrti or .throat irritation.  You will realize this the first time you  use Catarrhozone which is a scientific  preparation specially designed for diseases of the"nose/throat and bronchial  tubes. - *:Get the-large size, it lasts two  months j -coats * $1.00. > Medium size.  COc; sample size, 25c. AH storekeepers or, the Catarrhozone Co., Montreal  One of the commonest complaints of  infants Is worms, and the most effec-  Then reading about Dr. Williams  Pink, tive  application for  them  is  Mother  l'ills I decided to try them, and I can  honestly way that I feel these pills  have saved me from prolonged misery.  My health Is now goOd, and we now  keep the pills in the house for use 'aa  a iamlly medicine."' Z.  ,  You can get Dr. Williams" Plhlc  VI Its through any dealer in medicine  or by mall iit BO cents a box or six  boxes for $2.G0 from The Dr. William h' Medicine Co., Brockville;-Ont.  Through numerous wanings ancl  revivals, the game of* croquet is  traceable hack to the ancient G-aulfi.  wrltew:���������"After three years  Horvtrn ovi������r8������af������ I returned to Canada almoHt a complete wreck, 1 had  been gassed, nnd wa������ suffering from  nhell Bhrt-rk and "rhcumatlHrn, and wuh  ho nervous I could not ataep at nignt.  t trlf'ct many medicines and doctorH,  but nono of them did me any good for  any N-nnlh of rim������.      I got ho bad, In ( Baflln Land.  ih������ Fall of 1010. my hands w������r������* so  t-ihalcy 1 could scarcely hold itnytlilaw,  and U Horned an lf I had a ftt*������! bfinfl  pr^FiHlng on my lift ad. Th<" U-ttMt ex-  Ht^mr'nl wotild utmnni drivr-** ������ru- ifnt-o  fit". Jin'l my whole H<,-ui������i������ni ^o<;'iti<'''-| tr������  bft la rliHordtir. I bail crarnpM In iiky  l������gw nearly every nltfh-t, :*rid 3������ot and  ���������<old rhPlw running up and down nay  hack nearly n\\ th*? Hiun.  decided  tc  try Milbtirn'H  Mlnard'a Liniment For Qarg������t In Cowa  A    dollar    found    is loan valuable  than a quarter earned-  Graves" Worm Exterminator.  Beating Cl������v������r Forgoro  *   Families of great wealth���������such as  the Rockefeller a "and Vanderjjllts���������use  i two sets of signatures. * One is for  their correspondence and the other ia  for their checks. It ia Just a stumbling block that 3*5 put in tho way of  clever forgers.   '    in. -    4~*  -.  -0.       ������ *        '    *.i0~���������00r~0i~00m  CATARRH  Catarrh ia * local diseane arentty influenced  by constitutional conditions. HAIX'S CATARRH MEDIC1NK is a Tonic, taken la-  ���������tt in ally, and act* llirouvh tlir blood upon thtt  mucous   iiir(������ce������   ot   the   system.      Jl A LL.'b  During hlH InveHtigatlonn Hovgt. Joy  ar:t������d In turn In his capacity of con-  Htithl-o.. c.t.ix-on<'.r nnd magiHtrate. IIo  r:r������nduc1od tiie HUtopHy. held an In-  r,iM-uf, |>ivne*f urni-nntlM for Mi<������ uvvful  t.t thr-rt<i nat|vi������H, brought tl)������������m in, pr������i-  ������lrl������(*������i ovhr lh������ jtrulimlnury pollr.H court  (m<r. day ~l * enquiry, und committed tho throe t.  Heart    and   rttaad trial ior murder,  Mervw I'JllH, and n.if.i- I had titknn mix.     .g-^  hox^w 1  bogan to U'-nl h-etter.      I k'r������>K \ .  on Urtlng them und aftor a wiill^ I wun  eomj>let������ly  ri.llove'l."  Prlr.fi   Ma  u   b<v*   at.  all   -Ir-a.irrii  or  (I       . * It,.,    .   J  ,- .   1 r   I-        r   I'      0.,0.t~,.,���������      **,,,*  Ufxit."H      ^Ul.l.l      ������>������4      I  I --lrirlt.lt.      I.l      X41.---        <���������>.���������  Th. T. Milburn Co.. Limits, rmouu,, {<jf ^^ ^  Uiul    chapter    of tlilii ntrangA  Mnry in nm yet wr������t*n. Next nnm-  mur a Judgo of tlio imp rem c court  will -travel norrfh    and    i������r������Hjii������������    ov������t*  (UH    tSillJi-.iky'i'.   K/OUIL   414   tHHH'.    UH \lHU -Kil  ���������:iirm^iU������jti!i^-Mift^]ii������m^i^'^^0^mm0it-M  K i:D N-EY ^  .MSPl'Cfe  CATARRH   MEDICINE   aisiati   Matura   lo  restoring normal condition!.  All Druggista.      Circular! free.  IT. J,  Chcsixy Si Co., Totc-to, OSiio.  ThiaOnc Is* No. Excobtlbn.  "That girl next door >, is ,a "wonder  at. ttio A>iano.'Ciremarked th������ caller.  "That's so," replied the hostess wearily. "Por wonders never ceaae."������������������  Boston Transcript. _ ��������� " . ;.  Would Do Hor Best  Chaiioa M. Schwab Hays that hla  neighbors ar-c. forever oKorinK to  sell hlm..thJng������, Not long ago ono  man tried to Hell him a cow. When  Mr, Schwab Inquired about tho breed  and ago of the jiniaiwl ha did iiot receive very riatin-factory annworB. Fln-  alls' be awkod; "How much mlllc does  ahe Rive?"  "Mr. Schwab, I" don't know," was  tha reply,' "but flhe'n a. good-natured  cow and ahoMJ give ail ahc caw."*���������  Uontnn TratiMcrJ'ot.    -,  For Burns and S������alda.r~I)r. Thomas'"  Eclectrie Oil will take the Are out or.  a burn or scald. It ahould bo ut hand  in every- kitchen, bo that it may ho.  available at any -time. There Is no  preparation required. Just apply the  oil to the burn, or Kcald and the pain  will abate and In a short time cense  ul together.  ���������~-t '   "��������� -     ""' '  >������������������ Small Store-, Big Rent  - The Bmallest fruit Btore in town hi  the West 42nd Street. It ia a'hewed  in window box and only large enough  for the proprietor, The rest ot the  apace ia occupied by his wares, which  ho pnn������en to the. Bldewnlk patrons.  His rent is $50 a weok.���������New York  Correspondent.  For   Sore  Throat,  Cold In The Chest, Etc.  izt-t  '  Mlnard'a Liniment  For Wart*/ Corun,  Etc.  YARMOUTH, N.9  W.    N.    U.    HSU  \ta~-~x~~i~m~.  ���������-��������� "*��������� -i iilT������iiiiii.n������nr������ri]iii**ii n .<���������  ���������**-"-���������"*��������� ���������'���������'���������������������������liiniliirilSn  0L44mim000-00~  *^*-^**������t^*'"  *"-*^"^' -"r-.-'l*   .-  .     -ti       ''  ' -.-? 1  ZZyty  ^-. .-  TiV*  *  iv  i.  /*?���������-  /<-'  y  l  i.-H$:X')  * w 2   >  Yery IfeKy and Burned.  Troubled Six Weeks.  !1  atftx.-���������  m ur���������a-x���������.*.  Oj-Uf uauguiu i  h rush that w W/5T��������� ic3u was sczcsss;  Her' cheeks "got acre  and she rubbed .causing loss of sleep. The  breaking out was very  itchy ~~~~s& burned so  tbat-S-hadtotiselovea  on her hands to keep  her from scratching.  "This trouble lasted about six  weeks before I used Cuticura. I used.  one large bos of Cuticura Ointment  with two cakes of Cntlcura Soap  when she was healed.9' (Signed)Mrs.  H. Stares, Blenheim Rd;, Gait, Ont.  Cuticura. Soap, Ointment end Talcum are'ideal for dally toilet uses.  Soap 25cr Ointment 25 and 60c.   Sold  throughouttheDominion. CanadianDepot:  ��������� ���������. at t..^   is*   ������a * 4,0     am 0. r!\L������  CaUcsra Soap shaves without aaas������  I  A Wiiistiirig mouse  Only   One    Known   That   Can    Mimic  Birds  - The town of Ocie in Ozark County,  Mo.," makes a bid for    fame    with    a  whistling mouse, the first of its kind.  Whether this mouse has been imbibing too freely of Ozark, "corn lick-  er," or whether it thinks it is a mocking bird, is not clear.  Jt- "vvas discovered in the home of "W.  TT      XTomrkt^-n      wv    ~���������~���������~.t-.���������x    ���������a.    r-.-.x . .3  ". rLo.0iij4i.Oxx;, a. xxxvzx i0,u.3.i������, at, uue, auu  apparently had wandered in from  the -woods for t"Se winter.  The mouse can mimic a quail',.  mocking bird or any-other bird, according to the Rev. Walter E. Pish,  missionary for the American Sunday  School Union of Springfield, who  vouches for the authenticity of the  story. Jt keeps up a continuous  whistle and chatter all day and night,  ceasing only when it hears strange-  voices in the building. Fortunately,  the Hamptons arc not superstitious,  and attach no significance to the  mouse's performance.  World HaDoeninffs  IB" " H~~r  Briefly Told  I  ������  Eats  are doing damage    tp    Kicli-  Tcaond .dykes on *Lulu islands-, .'E.G., "by  tworklhg under and through ��������� them.  -"According to information received  l!n 'Calgary, a small flow of oil has  Ibeen. struck at Walsh, Alta., just east  ,������"*.*>    Tltlrti3l0.t~.r0     T.r.,4-  ..-xrx _j.xx*5~lxxrXXXK-     i.tai.  -. The  loss of a nickel  cost the  life  ��������� tat 1.3-year-old   John   Martin,   of'New  TI-        r-.~r00.~rl        ���������        ���������**., *Iv.���������n ,,  rrt.r. ������-*!V5 rr  )*&,* CLXXXl.^.^  v~tiy        ~���������-������  CSIl/O W*0-CT TlAV*f- lrf**H-*.1x <**,*-������  .��������� ��������� tr ���������0.^ ^���������tr 1��������� .vVi. t3^J ^, .r t~.~t���������^f t.......  pretty as she used to. If her cheeks  are hollow and pale, if she is tired  ahd nervous, Tier system needs a good  regulating with Dr. Hamilton's Pills  a real -medicine that is noted for restoring the bloom of health to sickly  girls and , women. Dr. Hamilton's  Pills tone np the entire system. Complexion quickly becomes rosy, spirits  rise, strength increases daily. Health,  vigor and good looks will soon return  to a faded woman, if she uses Dr.  Hamilton's Pillsr Sold everywhere,  25c per box, qr from the Catarrhozone  Cq., -Montreal.  ffllUMAllC ACHES  PCElt REIJEVED  rB "***HE ractdng* agonizing rheumatic  1   ache is-quickly relieved by an ap-  *-plication of-Sloan's Liniment.  ������ For forty years, folks all over tho  world have found Sloan's to be the  natural enemy of pains and aches.  Ji -penetrates vntnout rubbing.  You can fust tell by its healthy,  stimulating odor that it" is going to do  you good.,  KeepSloan*s handy for neuralgia,  sciatica, Same back,* stiff joints, sore  muscles, strains and sprains*  At all xiruggists���������35c, ?0c, #1.40.  (0PA. ^^i Made in. Canada-^       m-.~-  ittiiiietit  The Newspapers Win  Lace and CMftoo  Grace fhe Tea Hour  Better  ftp recover it, and fell to the  tracks  ^underneath in the path of a train.  - Information gathered by "the North-  -(west*-'.Grain  Dealers''-Association was  Shat "farmers- "in the three western  jprovinces havV St million.,bushel! of  tspheat left to market.  - "Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte, great-  - igreat-nephew of "the^tambus- Napoleon,  declared in New York that he was not  giving serious consideration to an in-  ���������s-itation to ascend- the . throne of  Albania.     .*��������� -  Announcement   was .made....by   the  * Provincial--Government^ that    Colki  < -Groff, a  member" of the- staff- of the  1 Calgary Albertan, has b*den appointed  gublicity ^commfssioner^for^ the proy-  -Ince of Alberta, Jn .suecession^ to the  /late James McCaig", whose death took  jplace some > time ago.  Word was received by the Canadian!  -'Government Merchant Marine o������ the  - arrival at Novoroossk, Russia,, of 'the  Steamer Canadian Seigneur wiih, the  .first consignment of the 5G0 tank cars,  .-manufactured for the Russian Soviet  .Government by the'Canadian Car and  'Foundry Company, of Montreal.  _&. well-defined earthquake w^s'reg-  ' Istered at Gonzales Observatory, Victoria, on "'Dec: 18 th, commencing al  7.40 a.m., the maximum vibration" being registered at 7.51 a.m., and the  vibration   lasting   two   li*SUrs.     The  - -^distance is  estimated at 1,200  miles,  -������r in Northern Mexico. -:      .,  Crerar Re-Elected President  United     Grain    Growers    Elect    New-  Officers for the Year  Hon.. T.   A.   Crerar. was   re-elected  president of the United Grain" Growers, "Limited, at a meeting oi directors  held   at  Winninoc        r1    fUtva   T/vnoa   -arnc.  re-elected ���������first vice-president and  general manager. J. J. McLellan,  Purple Springs, Alta., P. J. Collyer,  Welwyn, Sask., and John F. Reid, Ai>|  cadia, Sask., were elected to the executive. John Kennedy, of "Winnipeg,  was   elected   second   vice-president.  E. J. Freain": Calgary, and F. M.  Black, '"V*������ihni.peg, were ^.re-appointed  secretarj*- and   treasiirer respectively.  Results    Show   There   Is    No  Advertising Medium  Value of. newspapers for advertising  has once more been demonstrated" by  an extensive -survey made by United  States army.officers of all means of  publicity used last summer to secure  candidates for' the citizens' military  trafning- camp at Plattsburg. Each  candidate who attended the camp was  asked how he - learned of the camp  and the responses from these answers  have been carefully checked. In the  drive for candidates every possible  means of publicity was used, including show cards, addresses in public  gatherings and personal bolieitacion.  The survey of results of these means  of publicity shows that newspapers  informed nearly 50 per cent.* of all  candidates.  HALIFAX EXPLOSION  WRECKED HER SERVES  ���������TT'Hia  ^ri^n/lo������*���������  *ur(13    Tin  ���������r?*>���������'h1     ���������tff*fc,*--'B5tf������s***,?"Vv������"  ~~00 ~i-m v~j     m 'v****- ���������'A.'w ������ am   +mm.y     as v-~t      ^jm-^i. ^~a W Lj     .1   i~_-~i m.~. 0~.m~\.m tj _������  "���������when a few years ago fher-e was a"  collision iu the Halifax. N.S., ILarbov  and one of the munition ships vraa  blown up, causing great loss 01 li.V  and laying a large portion oi* the city  in ruins, and causing a great doal of  suffering and,distress among the   ia-  00X.-00.*.00X0.t.t2.  Mrs. "WinfieTd Dill, now of Windsor.  .N.S., was living in Halifax at tliat  time and went through this trying experience and the shock wrecked her  nerves. She writes as follows:���������"I  was living in Halifax at J.h& time of  tne explosion. and_ it wrecked my  ncrves"60 that I could not ilo my  housework. I would take such nervous spells I would be under the doctor's eare.7**  I ��������� saw Miiburn's Heart and Nerve  Pills advertised, so I took two fcoxes,  and they helped me so much I took six  more, and now I am completely relieved. I can recommend them to anyone" suffering from heart and nerve  trouble."  - To all those who suffer from nerv-  vous shock we would recommend our  MILBURN'S  HEART AND NERVE PILLS  ,as the best remedy to tone up the en-  <.*r*s nGrvGtis system aiiu 5 ureregthen  the'   weakened    organs. Miiburn's  Heart and Nerve Pills are the original  heart and nerve food having been on  the market for the past 21 years.  Price, 50c a box at- all dealers, or  mailed direct on receipt' of price bv  The T. Milburn Co., "Limited, Toronto,  Ont.  -.BABY'S OWN TABLETS  Dyed Her Sweater ;        -  V And Silk Stockings'  ��������������������������������������������� _   -      :  Each paclvHge -of "IDiainond Dyes" con- ;  tains  directions   ao  simple   that  any  wo-'  mat* can -dye or "tint, faded, shabby skirts,  dresses,   -waists, . coats,   sweaters,   stockings,- hangings,- draperies, ^v-^rj-thifier like  new.       "Buy--"JMamond   "Dyes"���������no   other  kirid-^-then  perfect home���������dyetns; is guaranteed,  even tf you  have'never dyed before.        Tell   your   drusprlst   -whether   thc  material you wish  io dye Is-wooi or silk,:  or -whether it  is  linen,   cotton,   or  mixed  good.1*.       Diamond     Dyes     never    streak,  spol,  fade,  or run.   .  --      -       New -Jd������a       :   - ���������  The waiter..had been very slow in  serving dinner, and the diner was  exasperated to the point? toD sarcasm.  "Now, waiter," he said, "bring "me  a coffee, and liqueur, and white  you're away you might send me a  postcard now.arid  then."  Mrs Alfred Naud, Natagan River,  Que., writes:���������"I <io not think there  is any other medicine to equal Baby's  Own Tablets- for little -ones. I have  used them for my baby and would  use nothing else." "What Mrs. Naud  says thousands of" other mothers say  They *have found by    trial    that  By Marie Belmont "  The tea-time hour can find no more  charmingly feminine garment than  this creation of rose chiffon and gray j  lace, trimmed in "wide bands of Australian opossum. - The warm rose  tone of the chiffon gives just enough  color to the neutral gray, while_ the  flying sida. panels add their finishing  touch of . smartness. - Speaking of  panels, it seems that the straight-line  frock will never again relinquish these  added bits of extra length., now" they  have annexed them. Indefinite hemlines, too, remain at the height of the  mode, as bespoken in the bit of gray  Swiss Have Joint'Dairies  Switzerland- has������ maiiy' co-ojperat ive  cattle associations, besides joint stock  dairies in every village.  Useful    in    Camp.���������Explorers,   jsur- *  veyors, 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 he better as* a dressing or lotion.  Butterfly Farms in England  In    England    are several farms devoted entirely to the    cultivation    ol  the | hice   which  finishes^the  rose   chiffon ] butterflies and-_moths.  Tablets     always    do    just    what- is j skirt.       For   the  wearer  wh.o  desires  claimed for them.      ���������������jTaW������tjJ.^^! striking   effects xather    than     softer  tones, the same gown-is suggested'in  black lace over white1 sating with mon-  a mild but thorough laxative which'  regulate the bowels and sweeten ihe  r stomach and thus- banish., jtBiliigestion,  constipation, colic, colds^ete/ .They.  are S0ld.<by Jtnediciiae". dealers oifv by  mail at -25 cents a box-"from** The Dr.  Williams' Medicine Co^_ Brockville,  Ont. '-*    . '  : - "Z  key fur fringe instead of the widejQir  bands.        .. . -���������    *  Attack cf LiverXomplaint  The telephone rang and the bookkeeper answered it, a"s the Boston  Transcript tells it. "'Yes," madam*  this is Wilkins"' marjeet."'' "This is  Mrs. Blank. f want you to know" that  the. liver you sent m'e is most unsatisfactory. It is not calf's liver at all;  calf's -jiver is tender and���������" "Just  a Jhaonient, madam, .and- I'll call the  proprietor." "What is it?" Wilkins  asked. The bookkeeper surrendered  the*, phone. '���������Mrs^TT^lank," he said.  "Liver colnpIaint.''''":*i'=:fe-*^.::-  Nation-wide. Fame,���������There' is scarcely a corner of this great Dominion  where - the merits. ' of Dr. Thomas'  Eclectrie Oil- have not been tried and'  proved. ~It-is one of the world's most  efficient remedies for sore throat,  lame back .and .many other ailments  arising from infiamamtion. Rubbed  on the .skin its healing power -is readily .absorbed, and it can also the taken  internally.  -*���������*--%-  "H  1  confusing to many people  Tzfc&i'jbicfs^  here, are simple*  The Bccrot of a "balanced diet'" ia to hare food  containing all the elements needed for proper  nutrition. These elements are protein, to nourish  the tissues; starch and sugar to'furnish energy;  fat to oupply heat; and mineral Baits to provide  the material necessary for building nerveo, brain,  and tooth and bone structure.  Grape-Nuts, the nourishing cereal mado of  whole wheat flour and malted barley, served with  cfeam or -milk, ia a complete food for young and  old oMke--  Go to your grocer today and get a package of  Grape-Nuts. Eat it with milk or cream for  breakfast; or with stewed fruit, Jelly or Jam, as a  delicious desaert for lunch or dinner.  Every memfcwir of the family will, relish this  palataW.fi> and nourishing food���������  Grape-Nuts-���������the Body Builder  . "Ther������"* a. Reason"  Mad* hr C*nadi*������ ������*a������������������ita Cmwm~~ ���������������., Ltd., Windsor, Onl  Corns,    cripple    the feet-..and make  walking".: a torture, y,e.t:r: sure relief in  the..;* shape, of* Holloway^s ,;,������Jprn* Remov-  of  lo  wifli'tn'-'r^a**>l*������"'rr*<?.i!*a*,1f -^'-������������������'A~'.*S,.,-'.     - *���������   ji  Arabian Vinegar Best  The vinegar made by the Arabs Is  said to bcJTar superior to any other.  e r Is",j#ilh'in'' reach* of4al I;  Mothers can easily know when their  children are troubled with worms, and  they lose no time in applying a reli-  able'^ remedy^rMother Graves'  Worm  ���������Exterminatory       -  Minard's Liniment for-Oarget in Cows  Before calling a-man a liar,, be sure  you are right���������then don'fe." "  K  AW FUR COLLECTORS AN1">  TRAPPERS, get highest. prices  for your furs. Ship them'to me, I  have more than satisfied others. You  too are^sure of best "returns. Write  for tags- and- price list. -Reuben  ���������SEoIff, 114 -West 30th St.-,- New York.   -  MONEY ORDERS  Send   a   Dominion   Express   Money   Order.  TItey   are payable everywhere,  NOTICE  SEXES  German WaterVh^ri.Z:Z'-'-  .-������������������������������������ ��������� "Fptiiifl'' In ;,Eng8aia������!  Picked Up In Woods And Sent To Air  - ��������� Minlatiry.v;*V'' ���������.'���������'���������;-.';������������������'"���������  A German water .flare has been  found in. "Mar Forest, Deeside. Flares  of this typo were dropped by Zeppelins to enable the commander to ascertain.-whether he wos flying over  land or water. *���������  This pax-tlculav flare, which was  found by a ghllllo and handed by him  to the Prince of Wales, who sent it  on to the 'air* ministry, "was no doubt  dropped by the Ill-fated Zeppolln  L.-20, which loft Germany wltli nine  other airships on the mornings of May  2, 1910. The. L-20 crossed tho coast  of Scotland at Lunan I.3ay and flew  on past Montrose, whoro ' it turnetl  Inland, and flew past '.'Brechin over  tho PoreRl: or Mar and-within 15 miles  of: Balmoral. It creased tho Mona-  dhllath Mountnlns and the Caledonian  Canal. It thon altered ito courwo and  flew east by north nnd dropped four  bombs* tn tlio north. q>? A^erdoouBhtro,  thoy re-nroHsod the coaat near Cruilen  Bay. ' '?-l-l?.??---  . Ovor the North Sea the "L-20 met  heavy wlndti nncl^wnajjlrlvon against  high land "at Hantthaes lu Norway, on  tho morning o~ May 3, Tho airship  wan badly Injured and foil into a  fjord a*nc! aanlc. Her cotnmai--.de 1: wao  CnptaIn-1-.Icutonant Btabort.  Bolshevians   Eat Clay' Sauce  .', Tiie Bolshevians prepare from clay  a sauce that iadds relish to Xheir -potatoes.    .. ...j'r  . -,,'i- '..*.'- -.'   V"  sr  .TOURISTS TO VANCOUVER. VIC-  TORIA,   SEATTLE,   CALIFORNIA   AND   OTHER   WINTER  RESORTS  IEND     far    superbly     illustrated  booklets givInK full and reliable  information   coverjnjr   e-xc^ltent  Dollar  a   "Day  hotels.   Good   Apfirt-  ���������ments at- reasonable rates.   Hoiascs  ������������������.for    Rent,    best.  Resta-uranlsi-'���������*, and  '���������'-cencral  Infoitpatlon   that   will, saves-  * you   -enidtes-s ��������� trouble  and  conRiaor-  ��������� able money. -������������������ y  Sent postpaid on receipt of 10c for  postas-e.-.    Address       Editor.      The "*  Travelleiv      Drawer   ,-K.  Blofck, Vancouver. B.C.  Imperial  You're Constipated!  Take "Cascarets"  ' \ For Liver, Bowels  Side;   headache,   "biliousness,   coated  tongue, or sowr, gassy stomach���������always j  trace this to torpid liver and delayed, 1  fermenting food In the bowels,      Cas-'  caretR work-while you sleep.      They  immediately cleanse the stomach, remove  the  sour,  undigested  food  and  foul gases, take thc excess bile from  the  liver, and carry out all the constipated waste matter and poisons ln  the  bowels.      Get a 10-cent box now  and lot "Cascarets" straighten you out  by morning.  CORNS  Lift Off \vith Fingers  Minard'-a Lhdnwit lor Co id������, eta.  Mother, Quiek! Giye  California Fig Syrup  For Child's Bowels  Even n slol< child loves -the "fruity"  (.asto oC "California Pig Syrup." If  the little tongue I������ coated, or Sf your  child Is listless, cross, feverish, full of  cold, or haa colic, a teaspoohful will  .never fall to open tlie bowels. In a  1'ow houru you can nee Cor yourself  how thoroughly tt worVr-n ialf the con.-  stlpation poison, aour bile and waste  from the tender, little bowels nnd  gives you a well, olnvful child -ngwin.  - Millions oi'mbtfieVV koe^CaMfor-nla  FJl! Syrup" hmndy. They know a  teaspoonful today onves a sick child tomorrow. Aal������ your dni&ftlaL tor ftch-  tiltie "California Fig Syrup" which hair  directions for bnblc������ and children of  all ages printed on bottle, Motli*cr*i  You must, say '*Caiilornla'���������" or you may  got an  Imitation-tie syrup.  Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a litllo  "'Preezowe" on sin acldng corn, Enptuni'  !"V*-tJlS-t C0ru,Si-Q28 lp������''i?P- ..tbes^tshorL*  ly you lift it rlglit ore with" wagons,  Tmlyl  Your druggist Bells a tiny botUo of  "Vrt.t-y.-.t-v** for a few cemts*. BtifTU'l^nt  it3 remove every hard corn, float corn,  or com between the toes, and the calluses, without ������Of-*"Ciei������* or Irritation".  W.    N.    "0.    1400 THE   CBESTON  REYIEW  Local and Personal  * **"  Birth���������On January 28th, ' to Mr.  and Mrs, A. B. French, a son.  Cow For Sale���������Freshened January  6th, good milkei, J, W. Wood,  Oan yon.  Mrs.  pullets,     lay-in}?,  Stocks. Creston.  $1    apiece.  Auto Ior Sale���������McLauprhlin car,  in good shape, cheap. Come and look  it over.    C. Maxwell. Creston^ -  Fully 125 growers, including; quite a  sprinkling of ladies, were out for the  Oliver meeting on .Thursday afternoon  last.  ~ .-L        ���������  Silver tea under the auspices of the  Presbyterian Ladies1 Aid, St. Valentine's Day, Wednesday, February 14,  3 to 5,30 p.m.  The ladies of Holy Cross Church are  entertaining again this evening at  whist at Speers*' Hall at 8 p.m.  Admission 50c.  Mrs.  B.   Cannell    and   young son,.  Edward, of Seattle,  "Wash., are Creston visitors at present, guests of Mr..  and Mrs. C. H. Hare.  For Sa*c*e���������14 Black Minorca hens,  Wallach's prize-winning strain, excellent birds, for breeding frosu������ $1.25  ^ach*.   P. G. Ebbutt, Creston. .  Rev,   J.   A.   James    got    back   on  Tuesday from Grand Forks at wh'ch  point he took charge of the Presbyter  ian church services last Sunday.  Mrs. Boyd, who bas been a patient  Anglican Church Services  SUNDAY,  CRESTON  7.30 p.m.  FEBRUARY 4-  SIRDAR  8 and 10.80 a.rt*.  Pianoforte,  Organ and  Singing Lessons  ���������Mil  ARTHUR COLLIS* Creston  P.O. B-*7tj.  PL~A-ST������&������&  PL.AIN ~& ORNAMENT AU  CONCRETE WORK  <Canyon)    ; ERICKSON P. O.  in the Nelson hospital the past two  w -eks, got back on Friday afternoon,  and-is rapidly regaining her former  good health.  Leonard Varley arrived from Lancashire. England, on Saturday, and  will make an extended visit with his  brother, Rey. H. "Varley, at ^Christ  Church rectory.  , LOST���������A red and white spotted  heifer, year and eight months old,  branded SK on left ribs. Anyone  knowing where it is please notify ~R.  STEWART, Creston.  Before ordering your new suit see  the new samples of materials just in  from the Tip Top Tailors. Only one  price, $27. and we\guarantee perfect  fist.    Mawson Brothers.  Lidgate Bros., who have taken over  trie agency for the Chevrolet car, have  just taken delivery of two of tbe 1923  models, which thev are demonstrating  to prospective auto buyers.  For Sale Cheap���������Set ranch sleighs  2-inch runners, $40. . Single horse  sleigh, box and two seats, shafts and  pole, $50. Democrat, practically new.  ,175.    W. Morrow. Creston.  Mesdaum Bennett and Varley were  hostesses at a Christ Church Guild tea  __-- the Bennett home on Saturday  8/ternoon. which was largely attend-  ed"tha cash Intafee being almost -$10.  Sheriff Doyle , of Nelson was a  business visitor here on Satin-day,  presiding at a meeting of the creditors  of W. -V. Jackson, who early last  month made an assignment to the  sheriff.  P. R. Truscottleft on Friday for  "Nelson, where he it* undergoing  treatment in the hospital j iri that  town at present. Mrs.' Truscott is  with him, visiting at her home in  Fairview.  Murdoch McLeod, the well-known  Cranbrook eye specialist, will pay  Creston a professional visit on Monday, and can be consulted at Beattie-  Oatway drugstore.  .The Wonjen������s; Institute ;; .February  meeting is announced fbr Friday  "afternoon, 9th, at- the Parish Hull at  S o'clock.      The   meeting  ..will   be   in  charge of   the   committee   on   public  health and child welfare.  1    ������������������'-���������-���������:.���������..-������������������ ��������� ..***������W.   ���������  j .;���������, The; Valley has been in the grip of  another touch of real winter: weather  since the first of the - week, with a  miniatui-Q blizzard prevailing th tough-  out Mondav. .The meiciiry registered  B.C.   one above zero on Thursday,  contract for the Co Operative Growei s  of B.C.,"Limited".��������� That his services,  iii*p rated high is indicated that in the  'balloting for t>he committee Mr.  Constable polled the highest vote of  the lot.  are.  Hpeers.  it was aeciaeu i ^ *  practically the   entire   1923 j    Groye** Kifer and Ted Swanson have I  i renovating the  interior of  taken   a    log-sawing    contract   with  ..including  furniture.  ���������������T*fc  At a  special meeting of the Ladies'  Aid on Tuesday-afternoon  last at the  home of Mrs. "Speers.  it was decided j  tn expend  balance on renovating  the   Presbyterian , church,  the   re-varn^shing   of   the  Bar. AdlarxTs tender for the wo?s was  accepted, the job to be completed by  the middle of February.  Word bas just reached Creston--. of  the marriage at Lethbridge, Alta.. on  Thursday last, of John Barraclough  and Mjss Roweha Bliss, both of Ores-  ten. The? are spending^ a short  honeymoon with friends at Calgary  and Fernie,->before. returning nere to  reside. Both iCre well-known in Ores-  ton's younger set, and heartiest congratulations are extended.  Misses Wade and Creighton -were  hostesses at the^ '"-Bachelorage" On  Thursday night to a /party of about  twenty of their girl friends, the evening being spent at military "whist,  v/ith the big scoi-in^ht n������M-s going to  Misses Barrigan, Phyllis Small, Wade  and Mrso; Cherrlnjjton, while the  consolation winners were Miasea  Louise Bevan, Vickers, Eisdon and  Brickson. A sumptuous lunch was  served just before , adjous-ismen.t and  the evening was inttnensely enjoyed  by all present.  bagpipe selections to give the affair  the real Scotch accent.- The supper  was from caterer Norris of Greston  and very much enjoyed. The function  will nett the piano fund $24.  Peter Burns is away to Ottawa,Out.,  where he is visiting his parents, whom  ] he has not seen for several Tears.  Destinv" are_of the sort that no other  course is possible for Julie Laneau, the  character portrayed by Miss Stewart,  to pursue. -  It is*' the best worth-while screen  entertainment that has been shown  here in jnany months.  0  \  Johnson brothers, who  in the Winlaw timber.  are operating  The feature of the United Farmers'  meeting on Saturday night was a discussion of all angled of^Uae community  hall propofition, but no definite policy  was decided upon.  We have received a      x  shipment of the well  known  Playthings of Destiny  Merit attaches   to   the   whole   production of "Playthings   of   Destiny,'*  starring Anita   Stewart,   showing   at  the Grand, Saturday. Feb. 3rd.   Seldom hao  such- a dramatic story, been  told so skillfully, and   rarely Jtias  an  author hit upon a series of instances  so certain to hold the  interest* off ah  audience.   Combining these  with the i  excellent talent of the cast,  and the*"  splendid sittings and effects that have  been procuraed,   ahd "'Playthings of  Destiny" becomes  worthy  nf classification with the  best screen eBtevtain  merits.  A short sketch of the plot; of -the  story would give an entirely wrong  impression of it. To say that a  Woman is deceived into committing  Bigamy, despite the fact tluit hes*  entire love belongs to tbe first man  she has married, sounds  bizarre,   hut  and  invite  your  spection.  in-  tmmjf4uni~f   wb>^  the* circumstances  this    situation    in  which lead to just  ' Playthings     of  This line* is one of the best  . Work Shoes we can buy.  They    are    warranted    solid  leather  and   absolutely     -  guaranteed.  \  BOAR FOR SERVICE  Registered  Berkshire  Boar for seryice, $3.  R. STEWART, Alice Siding.  SATURDAY and  MONDAY SPECIAL  ^  Eilii lii ww Gdi  Soda  PACKAGE  30c  ^he attention of returned - men ia  called t-o the fact that at the request of  tbe Military Institute the authorities  at Ottawa have ask^d the R.C.M.P. to  strictlv enforce the law regarding the  unlawful wearing uniforms.  Creston is due to have 'a series of  ���������vangelistic meetings next month in  the Presbyterian church, having combined with the Methodists in bringing'  in Evangelist Robinson, who is ac*  courpanied by a soloist and pianist.  Apple shipping was resumed at the  end of the week, both the Union and  Staph's Fruit Company loading out  cm*. There is quite a good demand  for apples at present, Wagnecs .being  prominent in the enquiries for fruit.  Wm. Stewart is a business yisitor in  Spokane/this week*;;?":-.'  Ernest and Gordon Vance have gone  to Ooenr <T Alene, Idaho, -where they  ate working in amine.  Local ranchers have made gooS use  of this, week's exceljent. sleighing and  haye completed hauling their hay.  from the fiats.    ,./;   Z.yy.    ���������* .  Putn������m and Palni'er have completed:  their log hauling contract to the Sid  ing for G. J; Bayle, tttlds'on  Thursday  started in on. a tie haul, for  the same  party./..-;,/;/: ��������� Py} ..*���������,. )Z.^ ,//  '.Canyon ;'; City'l/IXurfiber > Company,  Ltd.-. have re-stiirted the Kelly truck,  wtift Guy Brow^jI;at4tfe wheel, on the  tie ��������� haul, and are utilizing: five four-  horse teams on the-mill log haul.  The Burns dance tftt Friday night at  the schoolhouse \VaS- ;*yevy lai-gely  attended, over, thirty i:ouples being in  evidence, who on the good floor and  to excellent music;:JUy T. R. Mawson  and Ted Swanson, hud uaplendid time,  with Piper Ross fayoriug with severa-l  TW3������   A   BAR   OF  I  a cure rrencn -caniicjAfiEi..  iall$  imported at 35c.  star  bar of J2-OZ. weight.  The Soap that's Best  GRAKD THEATBE  Wedneday, FEBilR'Y  JVe catty'Z complete line of  Toilet Soaps  and can suppfe the  i~Okwds of all.  \T~y the Drugstore Jirst.  EATTII  Ltd.  The popularity of our Soda  specials is no marked that we  offer them again for Saturday  and Monday buying.  Favorite with yonnp?nterfl and  grownups alike���������and of excellent  keeping qualities.  Tf you have not tried North-  weat 8oda������ previonFtly try them  ab thin attractive price ��������� and  you'll UBft no othera.  There was "a  couples at the  at the Grand  Monday night.  turnout -of wixty rive  Ban IT .orchestra dauce  -Theatre   ballroom   on  The music was of the  arcs  $������rvic������  DBIBilllLild   Prices  usuhI high oi'der, the floor perfect, and  a splendid lunch was-sei ved by Caterer  Norris.  t PtANO For 8AX.E���������Chtckering grand  piikno. medium h'vmi in art mahogany,  a striking example of this master  builder's achievement, magnificent  tone,, reasonable price and terms.  Write for details. Willis Piuno Co.,  Ltd., Nelson, B.O.  IJ. R. Stewart of Calgary, Inspector  of posloHlce. paid Postmaster Gibbs  an offlcirit vinit on Tuesday, and found  everything in the best possible shape,  with the indications that the 1922  postal business at Creaton will equal  the best yeni* since the office waa  opened. +  J. P. Cook almost loBb his team of  huM,vy hoi-Hes in tho KooLeimny on  Tuesday afternoon. When abont  midstream with a load of hay the  team went through, and it took fully  an hour"a hard work by Ivlntitjelf and  other hay haulers to rescue the ocjuinea  from the Icy waters of the river,  I The ladien* prenbyterlaJ of bhe synod  jof Kootenay Ih due to have lt������ annual  meeting in Creston this year, extend*  Ing* over two dayn. and will open about  February 21 Hb. The Ladtof* Aid are  handling th-fl event, and delegate** are  e*������p^c!t#*d tmm every congregation  from Crnnbrook to Grand Fnrkm.  Guy CrunHlithlt* wn������ dome for tlm  w������eK-eru������ from Vtirrifm* ���������whuvti he Ih  working on the committee of ten that  U fo.rniulAtlng  the iumMUtUmi   itntl  Mailorders a.  Speciatiym  Phone Service  Prompt A ttention  /  ICissin^  "is a pastime few know,  an experience thrice  thrilling if your rival envies you and threatens���������  ns Black Michael did  Rudolf Rnssendyl ��������� to  make each kiss your last.  For   particular*    about  this   particular  royal  caress, see  ^x'od-a-ctiJ&ir*. off  ^PTf*^rifli������^  lit-trn m~~.   ~~*, ^^S.^M~yZ^~~t A*  q������ Zertda  by Anthony Hope  Srmttarlo by  Miiry O'llam  PltotoKNpby by John F. Selt������  Mlr~.Tr,~il.~f\.~.n lyw JPdax,, "fl*������>*������  GRESTQN AUTO 6t SUPPLY  XJdder N*ew^ Management  "     ' *,; ��������� :.. , -.���������    .,        ���������. . ���������'     ��������� /"   ���������'        ~   ''  Solicits an opportunity to supply your needs in, everything  required to keep your car in   the bestpoasible running "  - order.    .*.  Wc will at all times endeavor to give you the best possible  quality in  Accessories, Repairs and Workmanship at  the lowest possible price for renl service.  STAPLES & PIERSON  DON'T FAIL. TO SEE THE  New Superior  1923  CHEVROLET   .������������������;  '     "��������� *     ' ���������  ������ '.'   i"1"!!1 ."I.!..1.1...;.:... ii'1  \     .\          -****������  We have been appointed Chevrolet agents for this  district and expect to take delivery of a shipment of these  cars soon.  Since its appearance on the market last fall, this car,  with its over twenty-five improvements, has proved to be  the fastest selling fully equipped automobile made.  Watch for further particulars and announcements.  a-yimTrn^ipprffinaai  ���������-ffl-.^ |gf   igg,    m \tm~4 imtml tmmtr'tm   twa. u.    ������������������ <������������   i .....  mmt~9 mim^XSm #*������  V   C*     ������-3 mX, \^<0 ������  RHONE &1  :aa������ii*g*������**������*?'^  inimimii

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