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 Vol. XIV.  Br  I*  ft  .-S*}  R  _i a..  &  I  5*  W  ly  v  ii  jf'  is'  J"  "CRESTON, B. Q., FBCDAY. JANUARY 12, 1923  No������ 49  Board of Trade  Elects Officers  Practically every member was ont  for the annual meeting of Cieston  Board of Trade on Tuesday night, at  which the main feature was the presidential address covering the year's  activities throughout the * Creston  Valley, and the presentation of _the  usual statement covering the shipments of the various commodities of  both farm and forest, as well as  figures showing the revenues.obtained  from various sources during the year  ���������all of 'which matters will be dealt  with fully in a statement to be issued  before the end of the month. '  All   the   officers ,swere   elected   by  acclamation, promotion being in order  for the higher positions,   while the old  executive remains intact.    The officers  .are: ..... -  Hon. President���������-Ci F. Hayes.  President���������C. G. Bennett.  Vic-Presiderit���������C. B. Garlan d.  Secy. Treas.-^-C. W. Allan.   ..     .  Auditor���������Dr. Henderson.  at Kelso- and it . was thought he  might be amongst those missing, but  fortunately his name does not show  in the list of the drowned.  The Social Club had its monthly  meeting at the house on the Pendry  place on Friday night, with a good  turnout of members, and ������ most  enjoyable evening spent" with dancing,  vocal - music and a few literary  numbers. Songs were contributed by"*  M esdames R. Stewart, McNeil; Misses  H. Parkin and.M. Vaness, and Messrs.  Hector Stewart anoV J. W. Vaness.  while T. Anderson obliged with a  recitation, aijd Stanley Paid a reading.  Lunch was served.  5-Day Agriculture  ^Course, Monday  J2J^V*6C^4 til VtS"T��������� G^Q,  .innnortn  Rodgers,.- R. B. Staples, Guy Constable, Major Mallandaine, S. ���������A.  ���������Speers. '  The accounts for the year showed  that by effective work of Chairman  Johnson of the* fin ance cosntsilttee and  the members dues, the board had been  able fco carry on most successfully,  and to close the year with all accounts  naid in full. I  MUG������ $������g������������ffs@  . Berth���������On January 1st, to Mr. and  Mrs. Geo. -Jacks, a son.  Capt. A. H. Kowberry rip turned on  Friday from' a combined business and  pleasure trip to Victoria, where he  conferred with ^officials off the Land  Settlement Board regarding questions  affecting Camp Lister area. Mrs.  jsowberry and two small daughters  will remain in Victoria a.short time  longer.     /.-*:    .. . ���������**"������������������*..  ... Mrs. McKee /of Waldo has just  arrived for .an extended stay ,witn her  parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Yerbury.  Miss Phyllis Thompson of Spokane  was a  visitor   with , Mrs.   Brain   the  | latter   "part     of    the    -week.       Miss  was a resident of "Lister*  for about two  years.  Williams    brothers    are    busy    at  present With the  erection of  an addi  BlRTB-tOh  December 24th.  to Mr.  and Mrs. H: Ostendorf, a daughter.  School re-opened on Monday with a  full attendance. During ths holiday'  the y.desks ���������--andvI.jnterior furnishings  i-eceiued some* attention *=m^  renovation and thereon presents a  much improved-appearance.    - Z.  John .Parkin, jr., returned at the  end of the week from a short holiday  Visit with friends at Michel. .  ���������  **' ; /        * : ' *  A. A. J. Collis was a business  visitor at Cranbrook over the weekend, returning on Monday.  * Pruning operations have commenced  in this section, Jas" Compton being  about the first to get busy with the  shears'.-.'   '    -.; .  The present soft weather is just to  the liking of Messrs. Reed and Mather,  who are busy putting in posts for  supports of their new Skinner ..Irrigation system.  Very few  hay haulers are seen on  the flats these days,  and  unless some  ^t������f the ranchers have a reserve of feed  some of   the   Valley   cattle   must   be  going on short rations.  Considerable relief was felt on Saturday when a list was published of the  misBing in the bridge collapse at  Kelso,, Wash., on Wednesday last, in  -which about thirty people were  drowned.    Fred Fairhail was working  tion to their barn.  Sara Lazachuk Jiad the misfortune  to cut his" knee rather severely with  an axe a few days ago, but is recovering.'-and'"will shortly resume operations  on h1s-^ie^e������w^*^ct5*near ^th'eitLyoh  .ranch.'"'*::".' '"**' >"*.*-���������--:  Misses B-edpath and 'Hardisfcy-qf the  Lister school teaching^^^sta^ returned  oh Sunday fi om Nelson and Victoria,  where "they spent the Christmas  vacation.  School opened on Monday, and quite  a number of-glum faces were noticed  amongst the -younger element^ of  Lister at the prospect -of another  stretch of three months before Easter  vacation.  Miss Leana' Franipton's  tender for  the position of caretaker  of  the  loual  school was accepted   by   the  trustees  and she duly  coin minced  her  duties  on Monday morning. .. -  -  Local ranchers are in for a  busy five days.iiexfc week in connection with the five-day short  course in agriculture, which is  being held in Speers' Hall each  morning and , afternoon, commencing on Monday. January  15th, and concluding on Friday  afternoon, the ,veffort being put  on under the auspices of the five  Valley locals of .the United  Farmers.  -Til 1.000-0    a.-.-       C���������~       rir-.-r.    r.r-1  dresses and demonstrations will  he given on practical subjects by  men and women who are  thoroughly capable of discussing  the subjects���������assigned to -them,  with a special attraction for the  ladies in the appearance t of Miss  Mounce, who will take charge of  the dairy instruction and lectures  which take quite a promiuent  place in the programme.s   "  A detailed . programme of  topics and the times and days  each will occupy the time cf the  school has been distributed  broadcast, so there, is no occasion  to hers deal vrifch .that aspect of  the undertaking.  Wherever the   school has been  held those attending   have   been  unanimous that Sit   is   splendidly  adapted to meet   the needs of in  ter ior    agriculturists    and   it   is  hoped   there   will   be    large   attendances   every    day���������-morning  and   afternoon. "   Everything- is  |. free ic connection with the effort  and everybody, interested   is   in-  ar.d urged ^to attend.  through    on    Saturday   to   Creston,  where she was a week-end visitor witb-  friends in that town.  Mr, Phillips, lineman of the Dominion Telegraph and Telephone service,  was through here the latter part of  the week, and reports that early this  spring new poles will be put in the  line from CrestotKthrough to Crrwford  Bay.        ^_  The McCabe bridge ^crew is working  at present putting in new piling near  the new steel bridge. -  Rev. H. Varley was here from  Creston on Sunday morning taking  the usual mornings service "of the  CbtPrch of England.  Pete Lonueville is baek >from  Saskatchewan, where he has been  working for the. past  six months, and.  is making headquarters at Kuskanook.  j-.    ��������� ���������   "- .,- ������������������ ���������'  Mr. and Mrs. James Cook of Creston  were week-end guests of Miyand Mrs.  Arthur North.  The Bluebird sewing circle is -enjoy;,  ing .an   enforced  vacation at present.  Board of ������ rade  Has Big Banquet  due to the   absence ���������of  members,* woiist  sick list.  some  of  *,  aie\ on  the  the  The largest and most representative  gathering ever seen on an occasion of  the sort was in evidence on Tuesday  night for the banquet in connection  with the annual meeting of Creston  Board of Trade, which was held in the  Norris' bakery, the seating capacity of  .the spacious dining room being filled  almost to capacity.  Retiring President Hayes very ably  presided as toastmaster. and the  speeches delivered in connection with  Che various toasts -were all of merit  and considerabbtv the best ever heard  at a local gathering of. the sort, and  the JE^view very much regrets that it  h as not space this week to at least gn-e  the gist of several, nf the addresses.  whichHvere delivered as follows���������after  prtKjeedings had been regularly opened  by a hearty response to the toast to  the king. . ^^        -  -���������' The Provin ce"-^-Ma jor Mallandai n e,  and Col. Fred Lister. M.P.P.  Splendid sleighing prevailed until  B"riday, when another rajny spell set  in and by?: Monday moaning wheels  were again in use for load hauling..  Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cameron were at  Creston   for  the  New Year- masquer*  ade,**������nd were among those in costume  who failed, to land one of the prizes.  -***_*������./UU.|/������.LH1  E/.  *>������"0-;*cifiT������o"__.To  .w   IU.HU. O    . Xt XX  McGonegal.  . ���������*!;'���������: "���������'X.' ��������� -.r   .. -*���������..*..  '-Industries"���������S. A. Speers   and   C  Q. Rodgers.' '       ^ ��������� :  . vruTranspOrtation'  and R. B. Staples,  ''Agriculture    and     Irrigation"���������C.  W. Allan and Jas. Adlard.    '  -T.     W.    Bundy  GRAND THEATRE  Satardpy, JANUARY  JANE GREY'S  Popular Story  "ThrMan itf  Forest"  Birxh���������On  December  13th, to  Mr.  and Mrs. Mert, McCullough, a spn.  *.-'. *"*Reclaniation'  Guy Constable.  -C. B. Garland  and  ,   "Pres"���������R.  Bennett. :  ���������'Ladies"-  J. truscott.  S.   Bevan     and   C.    G.  -W.-.-B. Embree   and   .W.  ..i~r.A  V  LICOU  Erickson  merchant  visitor at  he   has .a  with   the  & Waltz.  A Thrilling Tale of Love  and Adventure  You will liko tho Picture  as well as the hook.  An All-Star Cast.  REGULAR PRICES  John   Joy,     Eriekson's  shoemaker,  is   a'  business  Kaslo at    present,   where  harness    repair    contract  lumbering firm of Uovvland  Misses Nellie and Ruth Palmer, of  Treherne, who have remained* on for  a visit with their grandparents after  the ChriBtmas Day golden wedding  celebration, left this week on the  return to their Manitoba home.  Mrs. Kemp and Master Tony were  visitors with Cranbrbok friends a few  days at the end of the week.  BniTH-r-At Nelson, on* January 5th,  to Mr. and Mrs, 1:1. M. Whimster (nee  Palmer), a daughter... ,  Mr. Meighan, C.P.R. auditor, was  hero at tho flrst of the week, on his  usual quarterly inspection trip, and  for the yenr just ended reports a very  gratifying increase in the Bales of  tickets, money oitlers as well us  telegrams, while the Increase . in  freight ia almost J26 per cent.  Mrs. McKinnon of Winnipeg, Man,,  arrived a few days ago on a visit to  her daughter, Mrs. Kyle Kelly.  School re-opeui'd on Monday, with  thc senior pupils taking inutrucllon  from Miss Green, who Ib ������ubatltnt1ng  for Miss Vuughan, who has gone on a  holiday trip to California, with her  brother.  Tuesday's heatod car on the CP.It.  arrived with ah)j,nHt a   capacity   loud,  end i* v.".v.* with difficulty the way  freight crew stored away tho apples  held aL KricUfjon for loading.  - Engineer Bovd, who was at his  home at Kamloops for the" Christmas  "ftnd New Year holidays; got back at  the middle of the week, and is again  at the throttle o**^ the yard shunter.  Santo Pascuzzo. and daughter,  Rosie, were travellers to Cranbrook at  the end of the week,- where the latter  is undergoing hospital, treatment at  present.  School re opened on Monday Miss  Schmidt, yrincipal returning on Sunday from her vacation, part of which  was spent at Kitchener.    .  Mrs. Roy Proctor is a, visitor with  her.parents Mr. and Mrs. Goodman,  while Roy is working on the yard  crew.  Mr. and Mrs. Loasby are having a  pleasant holiday vacation, this week  renewing old acquaintances at Edmonton, Alta.  Mrs. .Jones    of   "Kuskanook   went  'Jfrpceectings        were        measurably  brightened up  by   vocal selections,by  TT  ��������� , ,       . ,   , , I'A. Spencer.   \V: J. Truscott   and   E.  Unfavorable climate conditions kept   c   Qibbs   wifch  Mr   CoUis presid5n    at  aOvvn the  attendstnee at the January  We have received a  shipment of the well  known  a rili to  and  invite  your  spection.  in  This  line1' is  one of the  best  Work Shoes we can buy,  'i  They    are    warranted     solid  leather  and   absolutely  guaranteed.1  ^jBfi^^  I  \^m    ���������   *.(B   iB ^Sk  session of fche "United - Farsners t������n  Saturday night, "and Uttler other than"  routine business was transacted/ "   ^r.  The continued-absence of snow has  rerUici-d the supply of logs in the yard  to the point   where it now   looks as if-  the mill will be  forced  to" shut down  before the end of the week.  The absence of   sleighing   also   pre  vents   the haul  of hay, and Some of  those whose feed supply is  stacked on  the flats are being forced to   put their  stock on f-hort rations for a few days.  G. Bentley,'fche Company tea nisfcer,  who was fatally hurt by a fa'l from a  load of lumber to the hard road the  middle-of December.,. died in the  hospital at Cranbrook on NcwYeais"  Day.  Messrs. Adlard and Bert Dodd of  Ci-eaton*are almost dailv visitors to  Canyon City, where they are cutting  a season's wood supply in the bush oh  the Knott ranch.  Peter Burns is having rather an  unpleasant new year, being at present  rtither a heuvv sufferer from his  oldtiiuje trouble, lumbago.  Only the', prompt work of the  sawmill crew saved the Leslie Mclnnes'  house, near the mill, from destruction  by Ure on Thursday rooming last.  The blaze ntarted from an overheated  stovepipe upstairs, . and before the  volunteer Art-mei? had the flames  extinguished considerable damage had  been done to the walls and ceilings,  and necessitating the family removing  to, the house on the A. Spencer ranch.  Tom Hickey��������� arrived home on  Tuesday from a fur buying trip in the  Fort^ Steele section and ', reports  weather conditions there very similar  to what the Valley, is experiencing.  Mr. nnd Mrs. Wood were whlHt  hostesses on Saturday evening at  which cards wore in order un'til 11,  followed by refreshments ������nncl dispersion just before midnight. The  pris&awihniH'Hi were Mrs. Pochin' and  Mtv KoHth-iMniMc-r.  Mm, Hickey entertained fche ladies  aid at her home on Tuesday afternoon  for tho January mooting of the  organl'/ution. The bad weather kept  the attendance down, und although  the building of a community hall wmh  discussed informally. action was  d-vferred until the n<*'St useetfm** when  It Ss hoped every member will be in  at tendance.  the piano.  ���������. ;.In._slrtsLRg the* chairman paid." well  ^merited tribute "to the excellent "app-  oin tm ecits of the banquet throughout^  complimenting Mr. and Mrs. Norris  on the.high class and bounteous menu  provided, and the expeditious and  courteous service proyided by the lady  assistants. Both *as to fare, table  decorations and service Tuesday  night's dinner has never been equalled  in Creston. and. all present were loud  in their praise of the affair throughout.  Miss Susie Hurry of Calgary, Alta.,  arrived this week foi- a short "holiday  visit at her home in. West Creston.  TENDERS FOR    DECORATING  Sealed tenders will be received up  till Briday, January 19th. for the  decorating of the interior of Greston  Presbyterian Church. Lowest or any  tender not necessarily accepted. Full  information may be had from MRS.  C. H. HARE, treasurer, to whom  tenders must be addressed.  GRAND THEATRE  Saturday, JANUARY  Scene from  'GOD'S ,  CRUCIBLE  "^n������jm6*0:ihijpta*.ai������ ProriucUoin  ft~~i~A~t���������~\ htj   .     * .  WCWE VUmmScM CatvamUm  iffiwmiTBliii������uig*m������imii,������niiiuiiitiniiiiCTi������rr������  Taken frojm Ralph Connor's  gi&at   novel,   ''THE   FOIt-  ������16NEK."    A picture tftk-  ���������J  (311 v������ik  West,  . 4  . ,. f -I..0 .-, rt  ff v it v\ V   4-i ������*"**   it*  lilt;       l...������������,li.������*H*U J<H������ rV'.Ln-t-l  P..  -���������*-*?t^s*;;:S&B.  ���������jj:;������s&������  BERSSBBBB95BSS  ~~~mSm  I hi1 I Ii'i1 11' miM^iiiHHM���������pi ������*������yM*a|)&***'fci^  ITHE BEVULW. "CJUfiSTON. B. C  "I Mad Billons Attacks  and Stontacit Weakness9'  *-*��������� *  Mrs.  Wm. Robineon,  Yon-  k������r, Sask.*, write*:  "I suffered from stomach and  liver trouble, and used to have  bilious attacks so bad that I could  do nothing for weeks afc a time.  My stomach would be so weak  thai not even a drink of water  would stay on it. On my sister's  advice, I began to use Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, and  must say that they have made me  fee! like a new womafe"'  &ii*mi2y-:liv;er piejls  One pill a dose, 25 Cents a box, all dealers, or ICdmanson, States  & Co., IA&., Toronto.  Stop Tne Suffering And Loss  ^0~X ���������  xxousekold. Hints  =^  Valuable  Recipes   For  Housewife ~  the   Busy  ~o\  Baked  Sultana  Statistics appearing m-otiicial Government reports do not. as a rale, make  very  interesting-  reading.      They arc.  however,   frequently "most instructive,  but because they constitute what is tern-red "dry" reading, fevr-people take the j  trouble to study them, and the lessons -conveyed are, therefore,. largely -lost I  to the public.      The compilation ot these statistics and their publication cost [  a lot of money.     Even if people generally do not read and study the facts and  figures presented, the money is not lost nor wasted because such information  forms the basis upon which Governments' and other public bodies-formulate  policies and act.  A few days ago the annual report of the director of vital statistics for the  Province of Saskatchewan i'or the year 1921 was made public, and, inasmuch  as conditions in the three Prairie Provinces are not materially-different, the  information therein set forth, and the conclusions to be drawn therefrom,  may be considered as applicable In large measure to all these Provinces:"  According to this report, 6,1'70 deaths occurerd during the year, or 463  less than in the preceding year, a most gratifying fact. _ But there are other  i'acis noted in connection with this mortality record which are not gratifying,  nor to the credit ot the people of an enlightened country.' For Instance, over  one-third of all deaths were of infants under one year of age. Yet at is safe  to say that, lf propi* pre-natal care had.been taken, and reasonable care taken  following birth, the vast majority of these little ones could have been saved.  This report discloses the fact that 311 persons died of tuberculosis. This  figure, however, was less Hum one-half that of 1920 when -691 deaths? Iron?,  tuberculosis 'were reported. Here, then, is -another most gratifying fact.. It  proves that the persistent campaign being waged against the White Plague  is having the desired effect, and it would seens to establish the truth of the  statement that it is possible to stamp out his dread disease, just as yellow  fever an4 smallpox have practically been removed from the list of diseases  which scourge tlie human race. '"' _ ������������������'  Another feature of the report is not so encouraging. It records an increase of fifty per. cent, in the number ot". death's from cancer. The fact is  also noted that the death list, from cancer is steadily rising, the rate being  only 18 in every lOO.OUO population in. 1914.but 39.3 in 1921, or more thaii"  double. *  Deaths from communicable diseases in 1921 totalled 928, or 3J>9 less than  in 1920, which is certainly good news. Exit before Saskatchewan boasts of  this record, it should give earnest, consideration to the further statement in  the report that the number of deaths .from scarlet fever and diphtheria was  much higher than in the preceding year, and that the estimated loss to* the  Province from deaths through communicatee- diseases totalled no less a- sum  than one and three-quarter millions of dollars. Yet we find people, including  legislators and municipal councillors, criticizing and opposing grants for public health work ancl prevention services, municipal hospitals and municipal  nursing services.  People  complain   bitterly  of the   losses   sustained   by   fhe West   through  idgh freight rates, customs tariffs, and inadequate grain marketing methods,  yet they view with apparent indifference and little concern an annual loss of i  millions of dollars, and thousands of precious lives, which loss could largely  be overcome through the exercise of proper preventive measures and care.  Some'attention has been given in*-thi,s column during recent weeks to the  important subject oi* immigration and Canada's need for a larger population.  That series of articles was introduced hy an argument for the creation of  conditions which would enable people already in the country to make a .success ot their farming activities, and thereby retain population we now have,  because St surely is realized ihat our own people are preferable* to incoming .  and untried immigrants. It is even more important that. to. the full extent I  of our power, we should create conditions which will save to Canada the  children born in  this country���������our native born.  Yet Saskatchewan alone lost through death in 1921 no less than 2.41 n  children under the age of onc year, and of this number over 1,200 died within  one week of birth. That is lo say, one out of every'"five deaths in Saskatchewan, is a baby less than seven days old. Neither an all wise Providence nor  nature intended that such things should be. and such figures should Impress  the peopLe of the West with the imperative necessity of redoubling their  efforts during this new year to prevent disease, and thereby not only save  life but mitigate much of tlie suffering in the world, the bulk of which is  directly caused through disease.  Bananas       With  Sauce  % cup Sun-Maid Sultana raisins.  1 cup.~boiling water*. 1 cup sugar.  * - 1  teaspoon* butter,  1 "teaspoon vanilla. _ -        .  2 tablespoons cornstarch.  8, bananas.  Pull down a section *-of. the banana  peel,-loosen the pulp from the rest of  the peel; remove all coarse threads  (and replace fruit in its original posl-  ' tion in the peel. Set the bananas in  a granite pan into the oven and cook}  until the peel is blackened 'and the  pulp is sort (about 20 minutes in t~.  moderate oven).  Cook the, ---cleansed raisins iir-the  boiling water adding water as needed.  Mix and sift: the sugar and cornstarch  aud add to the raisins. Stir until  boiling then.let simmer for ten min-  [uties, and add butter and flavoring.  Remove bananas from the peel to a  hot plate, pour the sauce over them  and..serve at ones.  Delicate Party Cake  Vs cup butter, 2 cups flour.  ^ egg-whites, % cup hot water.  y-t cup nut'meats, 1 teaspoon lemon  juice... .       "���������"���������'<- '*-,'.'.'  Ya 'cup Sun-Maid raisins.  2 teaspoons baking powder.  iy������ cups sugar. -  '.- Cream together the butter and  sugar; sift .together tiie flour and baking powder; put the hot water into  the butter, and then. - gradually ,uadd  the flour and baking powder. "Lastly  beat'dn tire beaten, whites of the eggs.  Bake iir two layers in a moderate  ������yen. Put together with a filling  made by running the raisins and nuts  through a meat ������������������' grinder, adding the  lemon and a little confectioner's sugar  and thoroughly blending. Frost ton  with a white icing and decorate with  candied or maraschino cherries.  Lift Off with Fingers  ���������������  i  "Cascarets" 10c  Best   Bowel   Laxative  When   Bilious,  Constipated  ������iH'flil-*4������ ��������������������������������������������� +4-+++++i4a+t*+-mm'++*+''h++'+'++t.+>*+9'*+*+i>+<*+*+$i  To clean out your bowels without  cramping or ov-nrn.cr.jng, take Cas-  caretH. Sick headache, biliousness, I  gases Indigestion, sour, upset stomach  and all much distress gone by morning*  NTfceat i������liy������lc on earth for growa-upR  ���������and children. lOu a bot, Tar.te liko  candy.  An Important  Ruling  Money   May   Be   Recovered   If   Wrong  Person Paid  A ruling of importance to banks hns  beon delivered in the Court of Appeal,  afcmtreal. Irnder it, whoever paj'B a  debt to a person believing him to be  th������ creditor of the debt, but who is  fc i nor. may recover against the person  receiving payment.  On this principle nn appeal by the  Hank of 1 [ochchiga... to recover a sum  of -MT't.Ofj Paid by them to A. Mathlcu  nt a I in error, when the actual creditor whs the trustee of the estate of the  In te Hon. Wilfrid frovosl, was nuiln-  l iilned.  Uli>  Bather Aggressive  "How do yon   like  school, my  Hulo  darling?" a.'-iLcd the Cond aw; I Is**-*. ;*l'Uu  hin fii'HT fitiy at. n-ciiool.  "ir.'H line," lie replied, -IV* licked  two boys already for (������������������riUincf nie  mother';', little i.kirlSn;*-'."  tf -Homebody wouhl only j mi r J itio  lied tr.|> ith*** bill for in.-; lift- \-.*c,v.Ut h,:  oq.-������  .<>n(y ilt'Mt'Zu *' i'iii n tit if.  Loiok to Your Eyes   r.  Beautiful Eyea, like fine ,|  Tetih, ii-ti -Un tesr.ilt af 0>n������t*������r.  Carr. Tlir. d*\l-.  ut-c *,( Murlnr  mtkirt Kvtr. ���������Clear ������m*J RacN-mr.  Hnjlnviiblc, H.ttnlrni, ftolV.I n-ul  .R<!Conrm>������nd������d hy Alt Dmmrl.m,  tsfytlffttNJEL*  W.    N,    U.    UM  Soft corns are difficult to ernclioate,  bul Hoi I o way'h Horn Ilmnover will  draw rJj������eiu out pnhileHdly.  Pioneer  Manitoba   Fruit  Grower   Dies  A.    T,    Stevenson, Muiiifoba pioneer  I full   grower,   in   dead   in   California  a,  i������poi-i-  -*fjjt.*������H,       Mr,    StnvenHon     was  {in ion (.j: the   lli*Hf   farrm-M'K  of  the  wesd.  j lu   tnalif   ii   HUt-AifHH   oi   fruit   growing.  i (M*   ihr.   ,SM;vfiiHon   lufui   ii   iVw   lullen  I imiih-wfiHi  of Mf������rd#������t>. ri't-vy vtirlety oi  ' liui.-ill     tfriili,    from     jdrm-vbcrrh-H     in  ! tini-flu'.,, Ur'HH mown.  ; A voiiihk man tir-ltttmn i'*M������*lI/.#>*< Iinw  | il*(������r his 114-)-4 t.\r\ In until b������>- Kn*-t>  J broke h,\ln'f in ma Up Imm* wlnh������������y iii\m*  I i* 11 r  j Mic'-JrcJ'rt   H.lnimftnt   lor  ~.C4trn~Q.4~  Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little  "Freezone" on an aching corn, instantly that corn ntops hurting, then short-,  ly you lift it right off with -fingers.  Truly!  Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of  "Fi'eezijQ-e" for a tew cents, sufficient  to remove every hard corn, soft corn,  or corn betwen the toes, and the calluses, without soreness or irritation.  Mahogany veneer is being used in I  England   for  the  surfacft  of  airplane  wings ab thia    materhrl    successfully  withstands all kinds of weather.  Mi nurd's Liniment for Burns & Scalds  An ounce of "keep-your-mouth-shut  in worth a pound of t^ry-to-square-your.  Keir.  'Unless worms be e*xpel.led from the  syatem, no child can bo healthy.  Mother Graves' Worm "Exterminator is  an    excel lent,    medicine    to    destroy  w.jiisit*.  Embarraaaino  "Why don't you praise your wife'ia  <:ooUlng once In a while? It maltes  her I'eel good."  "I'm nl'vald lo try. Every time I  Ktiy anything Ih particularly nice It  Itu-uti oid. t.i In*. Noutething-Uiut was  futnihaaed :i< Ihe a tore,"���������Bositon  TritiiHorlpt.  ^^Utlr     ~~~^^^vk   ^tj^sutwr O ���������       ^n|i^J0r       B      ^&      H    ^^^^^L  For Infants and Children  In Use Por Over 3d Years  th������  &Lgntttun������ of  The Good  Old  Days  Do Not Compare Very Favorably With  Twentieth Century  - A Scottish journal says: Those who  lament the good d?d days and compare  them favorably with our own should  be told that "till the beginning of tiie  seventeenth century chairs for ordinary household use were -unknown.  Hats were worn at meals. Washing  formed no part of the morning toilet  even in Charles ii/s time, and very  few in any country in Europe washed  their faces every day. TJie value of  forks did not become general until the  eighteenth century, and food was picked from ihe general dish and raised to  the mouth with tlie fingers.  As one reads such records one comments heartily, Give me the  twentieth - century ynd'its ways! ���������  Presbyterian Witness.  The Druggists All Agree,  That "pHtnasay !s Best  The oldest corn remover on the  market is Putnam's Corn Extractor,  and rt is the best. Your corns will  all drop out after a-Jfew treatments  wren mis painless remedv. Failure  impossible. Refuse a substitute for  "Putnam's," 25c everywhere.  Saskatchewan School  Trustees  Association  Eighth Annual Convention to be Held  In Moose Jaw  The   Eighth  Annual   Convention  of  the Saskatchewan School Trustees Association will be held in St. Andrew's  Presbyterian Church, Moose Jaw.  Sask., on Wednesday. Thursday, Friday, February the 21st. 22nd and 23rd,  1923." - ;; " " '     '      : r/ '    .  Each, school district iu the province  is entitled to send a delegate who can  *i>e appointed at the annual meeting or  by the trustees themselves. The expenses of the delegates can be paid by  LmA-^0,       Dvil-JV-l      UlOUtVU ^ ��������� Z--  The annual membership, fee is ?2.00  and should be forwarded at once with  the name of the delegate and the district, to the Secretary, J. H. Cunningham, 1920 Smith St., Regina..-    '���������  Delegates .are-.requested to secure a  single fare first-class railway ticket  over every railway travelled; at the  same time obtain fjeo-m the: agent a  standard certiflcate. If the agent lias  no standard certificates, get a receipt  for the maoey paid.  The fare of. ^all delegates will be  pooled. AH resolutions- must...be in  the hands of the Secretary, 1920 Smith  St.. Regina," before February loth.  Resolutions, should be signed by trustee or district sending them in.  "  This year's convention will be the  most inipisrtant to date- and indications are that the attendance will exceed that of any previous years.  Among the speakers already arranged for, are, Hon.. Chas. A. Dunning,  Premier ot Saskatchewan; A. II. Ball.  M.A., L.L.B., Deputy Mini a ter of Education; J. H. McKecimie, M.A., D.Paed,  Chief School Inspector; Archibald  Mitchell, Forestry Department; John  McKay, B.A��������� B.D., president of Manitoba College; Norman McRaye, celebrated Canadian entertainer..  Invitations have been extended to  Hon. MacKenzie King, Premier of  Canada; Prof. Walter Jessup, President of the University of Iowa; Prof.  Lotus Coffmann, Dean of the College  of Education, University of Minnesota; President Su&zallo, University of  Washington, Seattle; proi\ Holden. of  Chicago, the most eminent agricultural  authority in America.  Through the kindness of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, tho  wonderful moving Dicture films'of Can-  ndian scenery will be exhibited at the  evening sessions.  Through tho courtesy oir tho lender  Publishing Company, tt radio concert  will betput on for half an hour before  each evening saaaion.  I  !  Danes- Coming to Canada  Two-Hundred   Danish   Fa mi his. Planning   to   Take   Up   Farming  - Here  On account .of the great unemployment in Denmark, 200 familips, all farmers, of the* northern part".of-Jutland,  intend to emigrate-to Canada. It is  stated that the ttfl-npdiap Cf>v������kriniu������ni  has promised to placfe land and facilities at their disposal.  Representatives of the emigrants  have asked the Government for financial help to make the voyage to the  Dominion, but they have not yet had  an answer to their request.  MmtiPPi  l?i*vii iUltla  Clean Child's Bowels with  'California Fig Syrup"  aH  Even a sick child loves the'"fruity**  taste oi "California Fig Syrup." If the  little tongue is coated, or if your child  is listless, cross, feverish, full of cold,  or has colic, a teaspoonful will..never  fail to-open the bowels. In a few  hours you can see for 3rourself~how.  thoroughly it works all the-constipation poison, sour bile and waste i'rom  the tender, little "bowels and gives you  a well, playful child again.  Millions of mothers keep "California  Fig Syrup'* handy. They know a teaspoonful today saves a sick child tomorrow. Ask your druggist for genuine "California Fig Syrup" which "has  directions for babies and children of  all ages printed on bottle. MotherT  You must say "California" or you may  get an imitation fig"syrup.  His Use ^  "So your wife likes to have you go  shopping with her. does she?'*  'Tes. she gets nie to make tlie  selection and then she takes something else."  Apples Kept for Five Years e  Alterations in a cold storage plant  in_^ZHlah, Wash., uncovered three  boxes of apples .that had been kepi  chilled i'or five yearsi The fruit is in  excellent condition,        .   * ~*  Clemenoeau Sayi Career is Over  Georges Clemenceau, France's noted  war-time premier, relumed to Paris|  from a thirty-nine day. trip to the  United State������. He Indicated by n  few caaual phrase* that If there was  any Import to Ida vlalt the American  people would get it. "They have  got aenBO enouRh," h<*> declared.  lie added that for him, hin journey  \vstK    the    chapter   -tliat    ontted    hiaf  career.  China and Sumatra are praclloally  Immune from npp^ndicltls.  Tlnmxn. ctipltivl of Albania. i������ uow  the "top cubital" t,_ KMrwi������������.  Mlnard'n Lmilment for nUicutvi-aiftlam  Bt.U*t5*j|*3 ��������� B Hb"������hH "S iKWBSSg q  Children who ore over-thin,  listless or delicate, should take  Scott's Emulsion  rotfulafly ever ir day as an-  aid to growth and aturdiness, ���������  Nothing surpaase* Scott'mZ  ISffssfflffiiofa oa s~~ toviic-ttwitfi- B  m mnt for a child ot any age. 1  SMOKING TOBACCOS  ���������Natural **Lenf  "Vlmlnin-Burloy Mixture, Ml*. .'  80c  ICxtrn. KI������������o Ttnrloy. I lb    70c  Alodliun Htnf-nirth J3url#y,  t Ih 50r.  Uiivuiiti. IUixcur<*. Jl  lb ,.,,.,.,  BOc  While it In ������t������ mfxt, J lb, .,.,   *10e  3 lb. lot prtMxdtl by mnH    $3.00  Barnard's Tbbnccoa, Lenmlnniton, Ont,  MONEY ORDERS  It i* alwayu safe to tend'a Doniinion t',.*  P-t~~ Money Order. Five dolla-va <o.-ti ������l������������c������  cent*.  FOR  SALE  YARN ��������� WONDKEtFUI.     YA't.VKH  and     colpvw,     simipl<������:-i      i'r<-*������.-���������  Georgetown Wool Ion. MSlls, Oat.  ^g^ji^n^^^^iyi  jk^uaj^^ji  mtniMiiWMimiin  ^waaaj^  W^^^^a a~~~~s������etK-\~~va~jgsi~5~~^^  C    -     ���������     - ,  ~   >      -    ���������  kWWAJB'wSl   _-~l~~~)'  Make Ewtier Moto  A-  - _- gH������*I&BB15fll1JB������  ji ux jreace in Ir������land  taring Holiday Season  Must Refund Money   *  lo British Bank  WESTERN   EDITORS  Dublin.���������Another mOvc" lor peace in j  Ireland was made over the Christmas  holidays. At a meeting of Sinn Fein  dubs :aii the Mansion. House a resolution was passed in i'avor o������ reconveH-  ing- the, last Ard Fheis,"or general con-  ventn>,n of Sinn Finn "������ clubs,, "-vg.th _-a  view to taking: steps to securing" "a  just and permanent peace." This  has '"been summoned ior  passed    a .- very-  -peaeelul  days  ���������>  conference  January 1.  Ireland -  Chriscniasr     "For   nearly,   "three  the country has*Seen "immune    from  crime..-- Tlre-eabinet ministers -for ihe  - "first   time   in- "niany   weeks   left thc  Government-Buildings, going to spend  Ibe holidays with their families.   The  Kail way companies reported, that sonie  30,-000 persona erjQ5sed-=frem*���������- En gland  to pass* the' holiday perio'd^v^ilh relatives in Ireland.  *.   _      ;    "L*-,   .  Although. tKese are. - regarded as  signs of _ increased confidence "fn the  Government, an-xiety^ is not altogether abseut. "*���������'** There. were"rumors  Shat the - irregulars contemplated ^-^ an*'innocent-party  fcold move in Dublin on Christmas  Eve, but the army authorities guVrdeo  against possible .danger by cancelling  all leaves-to the troops'with the exception of those living in Dublin.  Earuann De Valera has issued a declaration which he signs "on behalf of  ���������fhe Government and the array." ' :  lie extends greetings to every citizen and soldier ot tho "Republic" declaring: "We consecrate ourselves  anew to the achieVemeht of -independr1  ence**-for our. country." ...   -���������  : He appeals to the people' fo. pray  that. God "shall bless our, efforts rand  -bring our harassed people the liberty, peace and- happiness :���������/tjaey^irteed'  and desire." '**"''���������'.'l ��������� ������������������'���������'��������� ���������'-.-?*������������������  .origin jsllght be lost was exonerated as  <���������x-ixa;sar  Caiii'iOt CuiicCi.  irrtc-resx'On  British. Bonds  - Brussels.���������Ttnrdecis-ions of the lower court that former Emperor Iwiiliam  has no-right-to collect interest on British bonds" has been sustained by the  com t.of appeals.in a decision handed  down." "The'court ordered a Brussels  exchange broker to refund to the British _ baidi - im oived several million  francs paid on coupons which the bank  later learned belonged to the ex-  Kaiser.  "*The ownership came to light when  the Britisii. 'Government protested  against .the payment. The Dutch  banfe.figuring in this case said to be  one of several through which the  former Emperor 3ent some coupons to  be  cashed  so  that no trace  of their  Great Britain Takes  Lone Stand In Respect  To German Reparations  Cattle Buyers From Britain  Big  to  Cattle    Kings    Coming    Oyer  Purchase Canadian Grade  Stock  St. John, M.B.���������An interesting  passenger on the Canadian Pacific steam-] favor  ship Minnedosa, which   arrived in St.  John recently, was Hon. Duncan Marshall, Commissioner of Agriculture for  Malcolm  Proprietor  Sask.  Fei-guson,     Editor     and  of The -' Gazette,   Semans,  Greek fiovernmeiii  Refuses Turks'Demand  St. .Lawrence Waterway Question  ������������������*.- ������������������ ���������-.    '    ''Jry       ���������������������������������������������*.   -r*'.-:**i.--*.*;   .-..������������������������������������.*.       -I  "Washington.���������Senators   from  north-}  western and Great "Lakes states,  are* especially .-interested   in   the  "Lawrence    waterway,    and   who'  who  St*.  are  Has    No    Thought    of    Withdrawing  Patriarch   From Constantinople  "London.���������An    Exchange    Telegraph  despatch  from Athens gives  Premier  Conatas as authority for the statement  that, the Qreek Government    has    no  thought   of  acceding  to  the   Turkish  u*emand  for withdrawal of the Greek  .Patriarch from Constantinople even if  the   Allied   powers   accept   the   Turks  view-point   as- expressed  at   the   Lausanne * conference.      The  Premier asserted that his Government considered "the question a-national one  upon  which ��������� no-  Greek nainistry could give  wav.   - -"  DISTRESS IN THE THROAT  CAUSED GREAT ANXIETY  Not an uncommon experience was  that of "Mrs. H. S. Wilmot of Shulee,"  **-*?.S.: "Many remedies failed, still  splendid results .were found in 'Ca-  1arrli*6zone.' I have been a most  dreadful sufferer from Bronchial  trouble and Catarrh. On damp days,  i would hawk and suffer great distress in .my throat.������ I used all kinds  of medicines but didn't get permanent  relief iill 1 used Catarrhozone. It  strengthened my throat, stopped my  cough, and made me well." Try Catarrhozone yourself, see what wonders  it works on a bad throat, or coids, ca-  1arrh, bronchitis. Different from the  old waj. because you breathe Catarrhozone. -Gel the dollar outfit which  includes the inhaler and lasts two  months: Small size 50c. Dealers,  The Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.  Canada, who has been in England  since last September in connection  with ihe cattle embargo.  - Speaking of the embargo on Canadian cattle, he said that prior to his  departure for Canada he had* the  pleasure of seeing this important  cju-esiiGji settled. The question of the  lifting- ot the embargo was watched  witlr the keenest interest throughout  England and its. passage paved the  way for a * lak to this-country of  many of the big cattle kings, who  announced their intention of coming  here during the winter to purchase  -all grades of stock. All expressed  great satisfaclion at the removal or  ihe embargo, as well as the glad tiding given them that it was proposed  to remove.the Canadian quaraniine on  British pure-bred cattle iu this country.  "Paris.���������France .gained an impot unit  victory an the Allied Reparations Commission when the commission, by a  vote of three to on&, declared Germany involuntarily at default in her  wood deliveries for 1922.  France, Belgium and Italy stood 3n  of the declaration, while Groat  Britain cast" its ballot . against it.  The decision of the commission was  immediately communicated to the A1-.  lied Government for their action. It  may have a vital effect on the repar%  tion8,problem if France can retain ihe-  support of Italy.-and    Belgium    when  Photograph Drunken Men  keeping in close touch with,.advoca1es  of the waterway in Canada, predict  action will be taken at tire ..cpming  ineeting of the Canadian" Parliament.  They expect action authorizing < the  Canadian' * Government to enter"into  negotiations over the wa-terway with  the United States Government. -.."v.......  War on Betting Traffic  pctroiL~CbmpIaints,.-a^  book men, he>v^p?iijers pubtishing?het������  ting odds and dealers handling such  publIcd"tionsJ are to he made here, Po-'  lice Commissioner James Inches announce^, iill. periodicals,', including  out-of-town newspapers sold here, will  beiaffected by the order to bo issued.  Give your local merchants a chance.  Buy at home.  Ban Arbiidde-Films  ,������- ���������  Ontario    WilUNot    Lift    Ban    Placed  *, ; Some Time Ago   . Toronto.���������The ban on the presentation in Ontario of '"Fatty" Arbuckle  films remains exactlx as.it "was when  put info effect following the arrest of'  Arbuckle in-the Hollywood case. No  actibn looking to the "lifting of the*  prohibitory order has been considered'. ' * .  ;*.^Such was the information given at  the office of the Ontario Board or  Cjehsdrs tn reply to an inquiry as to  whether Arbuckle pictures would he  shown againin Ontario in consequence  -bTt'lie decision of Will H. Hayes, head  cf the movie industry, to give the fat  cornediaifa chance.to redeem himself.  "Picture Cure"  Will  Be Tried  Out  In  .'."..*'..-.. "":   y    pes Jfyi-oin.es  ;.Des Moines, Fdwa.-���������John B. "Hammond, Chief of Police, has announced  that every , drunken liran who is  brought into police headquarters liere--  after will* have -Ids * picture taken,  When the offender has become sober  again he will be presented with a pic*"  lure, of himself, so that he may>know  just how ��������� he * looked -when he was  brought to jail. , Hammond hopes this  "picture cure" will be a potent weapon  against drunkenness.  Crew of Vessel Rescued  Saved    From    Almost    Certain    Death  After Battle  With   Storm  New York.���������The captain and crew  of the:. two -masted -.- schooner Gordon;  Fudge, of, St. Johns, Nfld., came into  port, on the British freighter Nenom-  inee, after being rescued from.almost  certain death in a violent "storm  ; sea five days ago.  M.ART PALPITATED  And Was Short Of, Breath  Refuge for Exiled Sultan  May   Be  Hussein   Of  Guest   Of   King  Hedjax  ,  Cairo.���������-A    message,   from    Jeddab  states That the exiled Sultan of Turkey  has informed King Hussein of Hedjaz,  'that he is unable to say yet whether  he will -'accept. Hussein's Invitation to  reside at Mecca. . ���������  He has decided to seok refuge in  some Moslem country^ and . promises  to advise King Hussein later whether  The ex-  Sultan makes no reference whatever  to tlie "family" ho deserted in Constantinople.  MRS, DAVIS  NERVOUSfRECK  Tells WomenHow She Was Restored  to Perfect Health by Lydia E.  Pinkham's Vegetable Compound  Winnipeg-,   Man.���������" I cannot speak  too highly Qf what Lydia E. Pinkham's.thin  choice* will he Mecca.  Vegetable Com-1  pound has done for -j  me. I was a nervous  -wreck nnd I just had  to force my self to do  my work. Even thb  aound o f my own children  playing mado  me fool as if I must  Bcream if thoy did  I not. get -away from  me, I could not even  | speak ��������� right to my  !* husband. The doctor:  ���������aid ho could do nothing for mo. My hus-  band'a. matlier Advised sue to take the  Vegetable Gomoeundand I started tyat  ���������nee. I was able to do my wotic oncer  more and it was a -pleasure, not a burden^ Now I have a tine bouncing baby  sit-iii um able lo nurse- bt-r i..~~. enjoy doing my work. I cannot help recommending ftuith a medicine, and any ono  nobinpf mo before I took it, and seeing  me-'now, can race what it does for me. I  am only too oleascd for you to use my  toatlmonlal-r���������Mrs. l~mr.r Davis, 721  Mc-Gee Street, Winnipeg, Man.  Lydia R Pinkhnrn'R Private Text-  Book uj>on -t' Ailments Peculiar to  Women ** wilt bc sent you free upon  ttsqueHt. Write to tiie Lydia i~~. Hnkiiam  llediulne Co., Cf>b<uirg, Ont; Thb bo<^c  *n������<4J.iiiH vaUktklah) inf������������rrnuB-i-on. Q  Through one cause or another a  lp.rge majority of people are trouhled,  more or less, with some form of. heart  trouble.* ��������� ������������������-*- .'���������:''  iMany people may be unaware of  having anyljitiig wrong, with their  heart till some little excitement, over*-  work or worry starts'it 'to'palpitate  and throb, skip beats, beat fast for  a time and then so slow as to seem  almost   to   stop, then, it'.causes great  anxiety and 'alarm.   To all such sufferers  The    Menominee'- picked - up    the j it reverses the order of  schooner    1,000    miles off Lhe United   places Great Britain    in.  the reparations question is discussed  at the January meeting of the pre-  -mier-s".  . The lone -vote cast against the declaration by. Great Britain was in accordance with Britisii policy, whicb-  has been apposed to declaring Germany In default, in the fear that such  action 'might have a disastrous effect on ihe already precarious state of  German finance. Italy's support of  France in the balloting came as a  sm-prise, and a-s au indication ������fra������  Premier jlusaoltn* is swinging cvei  to the Frciielv-^ide in the reparations  controversy.  Germany has carried out more than  60 per centv-of its schedule of wood  deliveries Tor .this year. When the  German experts were before the commission several weeks ago, they announced that -Germany had been unable to deliver more ihan she had and  that the deliveries for 1923 muse he  greatly-reduced.  Although the . deliveries of wood in  themselves are of less ��������� importance  than the other matters connected, with  reparations, the French point-out that  at I the decision is of real value to-  France's ��������� position on reparations, since  things    and*  an   isolated  The little,    boat    was I position on  *, ' "Some   of  States  coast.  hobblng around in" the gale, he-r sails  jn shreds and her'rudder post shattered. Both her lifeboats . had been  crushed. " ���������"  Captain E. O. Fudge, skipper- -md  owner- of the Schooner, safd he had  been fighting the storm for 14 days.  He had a load of salt .which had become wet and his "ship was -wsu er- ]  logged. The-'schooner*.was abandoned.  the issue.  the French observers affected to see in. the vote an indication  that France. Italy and Belgium will  represent a united front before Great  Britain on the question of reparations  at the coming meeting here of the premiers.       -        '.  Women!  HEART  MlLBURN'S  AND NERVE  Form Last Post Fund  Winnipeg.���������With, the granting of a  sub-charter by tho Dominion liead-  quartors, announcement Ih made here  by. Arthur H. D. Hair. Dominion Or*  ganlzlng Secretary, that a provincial  branch of the Last Post Fund of Canada has been formed in Mrfnitobn  Albert Pearco has been, appointed provincial secretary with James Car-  ���������ruther and C!ol. F. If. Osl^r an trus-  tee������'.  PILLS     '  will give prompt and permanent relief. "Mrs. _Alice Bishop, 16 "Hawthorne Ave., Hamilton,- Ont., writes:���������  "I take pleaaure in recommending "SJil-  burn's Heart and NTdr'vo Pills 'to all  persons troubled as'I had been.  I suffered from palpitation of the  bo-art ahd shortness of breath; my  heart would skip beats, and in ^;he  night,'nt times,-! would have to sit  up to get my brcutli. I could not go  up stairs without my heart fluttering,  and my nerves were all unstrung, but  since using your famous Pills I have  felt liko a different porson."  Price 50c a box at all dealers or  mailed direct on receipt of price by  The T..Milburn Co., "Limited, Toronto,  Ont.  Bank Deposits Show Increase  Ottawa.���������An increase of over $11,-  000,000 in the total amount of savings  deposits in Canadian banks during the  month' of November and of nearly  $13,000,000 in. demand.- deposits:r ia  shown by the statement issued'  through the "finance department.. Demand deposits at the end of November  totalled $544,446,720 as compared with  $531,491,428 at the close of the previous month. Notice deposits totalled  $1,167,609,005 as against $l.ir������������,442,-153  on October 31:  Dye  Things  New In  Diamond   Dyes  Each package of' '-'Diamond Dyes'"  contains directions so simple any woman can dye or tint ber worn, shabby  dresses, skirts, waists, coats, stockings, sweaters, coverings, draperies,  hangings, everything, even if she has  never dyed before. Buy "Diamond  Dyes"���������no- other kind���������nhen perfect  home dyeing is sure because Diamond  Dyes are guaranteed not to spot, fade,  streak or run. Tell your druggist  whether the material you wish-to dye  is wool or sillc, or whether it la linen,  cotton or mixed goods.  Patronize your meal merehnnlH and  thereby help to build'lip your homo  town and community.  IV.    N.    V-  Removino to Ottawa  f.ethbrldKc. ��������� Senator Deverber.  pioneer medical man and politician, la  leaving Lethbridge and moving to Ot-  iu-vn. The senator and his wife expect Lo leave early, in the New Year  ���������for ihe capital, where tbey will spend  thv remainder of their Uvea. After  2~* years as medical health orilcer of  ���������Utl.s <'Jli", the nenutor has resigned, He  will lie A.ue������.vedcd by Dr. l-nfferty.  Colic, Cramps, Stomach Pains  Need a Quick Relief  Security against these sudden Ills  consists in always keeping handy a  bottle or two of Nerviline. No "family should ever go to bed unless Nerviline Is in the bouse. It fulfils so  perfectly every service as a pain remedy that once used, you'll never again  be without it. Money can't buy much  greater assurance against the many  small ills that constantly arise in  : every family than you get in a 35c  bottle of Nerviline.    Sold everywhere.  Earthquake Im Australia  "Melbourne.���������The earthquake of  Christmjis afternoon waa confined io  the upper and middle portion of the  south island. The shock was especially severe In North Canterbury, and  recalled memories of the "quake in  Cheviot County in 1901.  Say -Gen"?��������� Is DefaiillsBg  ���������   "' * 'i ���������!"���������  Has   Not   Delivered  Wood   Demanded  For This Year  |     Paris.���������Tii la" - ������������������< Allied.    ^epjarations  k Commission for the firstj time !������' Its  history   declared   Germany   to   be   in  voluntary default in one of her reparations   obligations.     ��������� The   default   declared xvas in delivery "of   wood    demanded of her for this year.      The  vote was three to one France, Belgium  and Italy  voting  for the declaration  and Great Britain against it.  Prominent Rofllna Lawyer Dead  ' R^Klnrv, Snfl-fc.���������-J. P. Pmmr, K.C.���������  prominent Jn Saskatchewan Wgal circles, died suddenly at his borne here  oC apoplexy.  Ho had served on a number of  Government commissions and In l!*l������  deelhied a Judgeship.  Reserve Seate For Overseas Papers  London.���������Announcement is made  that admission to tbe press gaHca-y of  lhe House of Commons is to be accorded six representatives oi tlie press  from overseas Dominions.  Certain representatives have- for  some time past been, admitted to tho.-  members' lobby and the pitch* mi Ling  rooms.  Royal  Yacht  Will   Enter Races  London.���������King George has definitely  announced bis Intention of fitting out  the famous yacht "llrltnniiliti" for racing next year.  1  Dandruff ?  nub Mlnard*.* T*.tnJ������n*������nt Into  tho 8������-al|>���������tt clCftiiRTJi ������ho Hur-  *������<"������% Ir orw������3i������ ������]i*r- |K>r������s������, Jt work*  ���������town ������o ih������ ro>ots au-U 4������������Jinuhtt<!.*i  ilic.ni li.uo u-eiUity, Sppty four  llm.'s an wfftk. rabblnj;- tbor-  ouulrhv���������no tlaiidruti-.  Liniment  The  Family  ~~a~~~~~~w~~~~ma~m  Mftflcfne Cheat  MWiiimMriWi!  -ii THE  C&EST0H REVIEW  \  TH P   f El P QX f6 S&S  S$ P V S S- I4f i five teanis on ^he Ahaul  to th e  station  1 fill   ullkO 1 Ufl  OfcS ICVw   these days, and  are shipping as many  as fifteen carsV a  week of clumber and  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance*  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C. F. HatteS, Editor and Owner.  CRESTON,  B.C., FRIDAY. JAN.  12  LETTERS TO THE EDITOR  1  ties.  G. A. Hunt\vas a business  at Cregt������n on Monday.  ���������:* ../"'  visitor  Fall Pair or Not?  Editor Review:  SlB9���������At an adjourned meetins  of the directorate of Creston Valley  agricultural Association on Monday  night it was deeded that, owing to  the lack of attendance, aud the  number of resignations from the  board "elected at the annual general  meeting on December 6th, that we  call a general meeting of the Association in Speers9 Hdl, on Mondsy,  January 22nd, at 8 p.m., to elect a  new board, and to take any other  action that the meeting may decide.  In/this matter I would like to  say thafc if the people of Creston  Valley want a fair held here next  fall they had better take a little  more interest, and a little more  responsibility in the affairs of the  Association, or the whole thing  will naturally die out, which  would be very inuch regretted I y  many of the citizens,   both exhibit -  Vic. Geroux has just closed a contract with Paulsqn-Mason to take out  some 4000    oles this season.  B. Johnson "was"a' business visitor at  Cranbrook a couple of days the fore  part of the week.   s  K. McGonegal was at Greston on  Tuesday com bining business witb the  renewing of old acquaintances at the  metropolis, and representing Kitchen-  at the board of trade foanq uet.  Miss Hunter returned from Silver*  ton on Sunday, and school reopened  on  Monday   with   an   attendance  of  twenty,     ' ���������   v '  * /��������� ���������  This year is postively the biggest  Kileh.ener has ever had at timber  operations, with just enough snow to  make tbe hauling quite satisfactory.  Approximately 150 men are employed  by tbe several firms.opera ting nere.  ~v  FOR  *SALE  '���������:-..:.-i ijT~~~mEaxs.'_rOR  SAWMJLL /PLANT Z  DONKEY ENGINEy Cable and Blocks  STQCKZitf: LUMBER  STANDING TIMBER  Exoeiisi^e E^i^iiy  ors and Hr������������fti,ftt.rv������\Q  for  .liir  iivr-rvl  Tlie board of directors  past few years have carried on a  good work, and in good style-, too,  and it is to be greatly regretted  that the people in general do mot  realize the necessity:of taking the  matter up. This is the people's  affair, and it is up to them.  W. J. TRUSCOTT,  Secy, pro tern.  JLocai and rersonai  Mr. and Mrs. M; J. Boyd were  week-end visitors with Nelson friends,  Mrs. Boyd is remaining for awfew days  longer.  .'- The Women's Missionary Society  will have their January meeting at  the manse on Tuesday afternoon at  3,15 o'clock.  Mr. and Mr***. Jas. Attwood got  back on Friday from a live weeks'  holiday during which time they visited  with friends at Seattle and Ladysmith.  All roonss in both the hif^b snd  public school re opened on Monday,  with a full turnout of- pupils, most of  the teachers getting back fiom their  holiday trips on Saturday.  Corp. Olai-k of the Oreston  detach  ment of the R.C.M.P.,   got   back   oh  Thursday last from Cranhiook, greatly  improved  in   health  after a ten days  siav in St. ..Eugene hospital.  White  La-UNDRY���������I am   prepared  Sealed separate Tenders ior the above mentioned articles, endorsed "Tenders for Purchase  of Saw Mill, etc..'* -will be received by the  undersigned np till 12 o'clock noon on the 29th  day of January, 4923: /  SAW MILL PLANT  Capacity 20,000 feet per 10-hcrar day,  and including:  1 Southwark 12 x 1*4 complete centre  crank Pickering governor.  ..-���������   1,9 xl2 HS and O class A Heavy Duty  --. horizontal steam engine with side crank  48 x 12 Fly "Wheel, netted governor with  automatic stop.  Wheland 8 Block carriage -with heavy friction  feed;   2,15-16 saw arbour.  Wheland 3-saw edgei* complete.   Cut oft? saw  frame and arbonr.  On* ~0 <������U....������~.- tt~~0r.-0.~Jt~. L  t^vJV v������ *.**��������� .������������������������������������������������������w*.*j, umxi*oiu*cvuv.  Boiler:   66 x 18 "Murray  Iron  "Works return  tubular-iOQ lbs.   pressure,  comp ete  with  twin safety yalves. whistle, water column  t-   steam guage, injector.   Set in brick with  -���������������������������   Dutch oven front." -���������  Pump:   Fairbanks-Morse duplex 41-2 x 3x4.  Planer and Matcher: Cowan No. 5549, 34x6 to  Jt~. match 11-2x16, comnlete with jointer  . heads, matcher heads with expanding  shimsr and flooring heads regular equipment with 14 x 18 tight and loose pulleys.  Blower and pipe for removing'shavings  from planer. ...  Carriers: To carry sawdnst from main saw  and edger to Dutch oven. Heavy endless  chain to carry away slabs and refuse.  Main drive shaft 3 7-16. .  DONKEY ENGINE  10 x 12 "Washington Iron "Works, complete with  '��������� valves, whistle, lubricator, etc., and about a  mile of main line and haulback.   Also a  few heavy blocks.  rFHOSE who keep their securities  -^ aad o*^*c valuables at home,  rather thanplace them under the  protection afforded by our Safety  Deposit Boxes, are running great  risks of total loss by fire or theft.  *Th������ ^maatreatal of these boxes is small.  Let us show them to you* ''"  I  OF CdMI^IErC:  PAID-UP CAPTTAL       *        -        $15/)00t000  RESERVE FUND - - $15,000,000  CRESTON BRANCH, ���������. 0. Bennett, Manager. }y.  !  1923 Library Board  There was a fair   turnout   of   mem  bers    of    Creston      Valley     Library  Association for the annual meeting Btf% , a0 washing and laundry Work "of all  STOCK OF LUMBER IN YAfcB  Approximately 500,000 feet   board   measure.  Good assortment.  TIMBER LICENSES  Numbers 7146 and 7149, containg approximately Ten. Million feet good merchantable timber.  Terms cash, or cash with deferred payments  satisfactory to Land Settlement Board may be  arranged. Cheque equal in amount to 5 Per  Cent, of bid must accompany each tender.  The above Plant, Timber, etc,, is situated at  Camp Lister, near Creston, B.C., and can be  viewed at- any time on application to Cantata  A. HC. Kowberry, Land Settlement Board,  Camp Lister, B.C.      '  Hot Air  Steam  ' and     *  Hot Water  " -_ '    '��������� . r*  Heating  re  ../   Sheet MetaLJv ork.    A gbod stock of Pipe  and Pipe Fittings on hand.  EW. RYGKMAN,--Crest<>n  Highest or any  cepted.  Tender1 hot necessarily ac-  the library building on Thursday  afternoon. the feature of wbich was  the election of the 1923 directors, as  follows: C. B. Garland, chairman;  Capt. Crompton. W. J. Truscott,  Mrs. Ebbutt, and Mrs. J C. Hamilton,  librarian. Some of the directors are  getting to work makingextra shelving  to accommodate the targe number of  books now in the library, amounting  to oyer 700, nearly 600 of which aTe in  the permanent possessionn of the  association. New members will be  welcomed, the annual fee being only  $2, for which two books can be; taken  out at a time. The library is opeii on  Tuesday and Saturday afternoons  from 3 to 5 o'clock.  KStcfaenee-  Mr. Joyce, who haa been with Canyon City Lumber Company for some  time pass, arrived hist week to succeed  Mr. McGonegal in charge of the  Paulaoa-Mason operations here.  Mrw. Coates and family arrived a  few dayf> *ujn to join her husband,  who is driving one of the PautBon-  Mason trucka.  The Saab   &  Door   Company   have  kinds. Silk shirts and all fine linen  done bv hand. Charges reasonable.  Mrs. Webb, nest Review Office. '.  ���������i The ladies of Holy Cross Church are  having a whist drive in Speers' Hall,  Prinay evening. Jan. 19th, with cards  due to start at 8 o'clock. The admission is 50 cent&3, which includes supper.  - A. McJJ. Fletcher of Nelson, Horn in  inn fruit inspector, was here on his  final visit foi this season on Tuesday.  His records indicate that there are  still about 25.000.boxes of apples in  storage at Valley points.      ^  CATTLE ESTRAY  Came to the premsises of the undersigned first week in December, three  head of cattle���������two heifers and one  steer. Steer is black and white; one  heifer red, moo'ey; other heifer is  Jersey, showing ringworm. Owner  can have same on proving property  ind paving expenses. l~. N. LEAMY,  Creston.  JAMES PATERSON,  :.'-"��������� Purchasing' Agent,  Parliament Buildings,  Land Settlement Board, Victoria, B.C.  Victoria, B.C.,  Dec 12,1922. ������������������-  Loyal OrangjB li[p, Ho, 289  Meets THlkD THURSDAY of '  each    month _a"fi    Mercantile  Hall.    Visiting brethren cqrdi-,      .  ally invited.  ERIC OLSON W.M  WBOV& MB Wn&   S 8BSM&  Aa MiF&ta&Mi  Shoe ami Haw*n&s~'&  Repairing  Men's  Half Soles, $1,25  Women's Half Soles, $1.00  ** i  Guaranteed for "8-months.  Secondhand Store in connection  with business  ut* BuildBmas  \  ;.���������-..-_ *'*-.;..."-������.--������*"*.i**;-^*^  ���������^At%Zl?^-7&-,r?&^J~-t������t4aB������:\.  ������������������-"������"'tl.T������,-������3*  We nave just tne kind of Lumber you need  to do tnis work.  Protect your house  from Fire by  building a Brick Chimney  -   ���������   .       0  We haveJ:he Brick!  Also Lime, Cement, Shingles, Lath, Mouldings, &e_  J  Canyon City Lumber Company  LIMITED  ~~  JERSEY BULL   ESTRAY  Came to the premises of the undersigned on or about December 16. 1022,  one Jersey bull, about two yeara old.  no brand3 visible. Owner can have  same on proying property and paying  expenses. PETER      NEOEFERO,  Creston.  Is there any  in  the  House?  ThiR is the flrat question that present* itself  to the housewife if an  unexpected visitor dropa  m lor a, meal.    But why  worry ?  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest   Quality  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  Bologna, Sec.  are   always*   to   lie   had  here.    In mnatH nothing  quite tt*f|imliH "Shamrocu  productR,  msm~M~~~~~m\  .rYl  ^^^ g^^.      !���������.   -~ 9404^ ttt   IW ^es^  ^2  ^^S ^S   jQ   %!3.    ^M ^Q   ^^r fl^^ ^9  ^^L  ^^  WM   ^B mm    Pfl ^1 ^m  ^R ^^S ttt    jtm  00 Wm~t-r   ^Wmmr B   wf������ St    vmt 0WS&W  MARE AND COLT ESTRAY  Came to the mill premises of Canyon  City Lumber Company, Ltd., at  Canyon City, on or about the first of  the week in December, one bay mure  with a star on forehead, with bay  sucking colt. Owner can have same  on proving property nnd paying all  expenses.  The -float Mountain Waterworks  Ootupnnv, "Limited, hereby give notlcM  that it has applied to the Board of  Investigation ftr an order extending  tintilSlat December, 1026, the Schedule  of Tolh which it is now authorised to  charge for water, except that the  charge for washing machineo driven  bv water shall be 12.00 per month,  and then only with Hpeciat periuiaaUui,  in writing, at the option of the Com  puny.  Acopy of the aaid Schedule has  h������;en flled in tlie office of the Water  Recorder at NeUon, and nt tho Comp.  troltter at Victoria, IJ.CJ.  The application will b������ henrd in the  hoard room, PWliutncmt Dulldlnufti,  Vict*������rl������, B.C., on Monday, the 29th  nf January. 11*23, at 10 a.m.  Objections to the application ahalt  ht. flled with the Hoard of Invent! Ration  in v. vllAt*t* h������������f<������re Ifwi "KUtui r>f Jniidmi'V,  MtVSi, tur  they   will   Wit   li������i taken (nt������������|  c������>n������*ldi*rat.i������)n.  Dated nt Ore������t<m thl������ Wfeh day of  December, 1022.  TI1K OOAT MOUNTAIN WATRIt  W-mtKH COMPANY, f.ImMvrl.  . ������������������ ���������-*������������������*��������� '  For a long Ume we have heen unable  to offer such values as these!  36-inch Scrim, taped borders at per yard  in White and Cream  25c  ^j? ^y^^a  Scotch Madras, 36-incfe, 4Sc; 45-incfe at per j'd. -  Nottingham Lace Net, 36-inch, at per yard ��������� ��������� -/ 45c  72 o^ly handpainted China Cups and Saucers, each ��������� 25c  Kermis shape Cup and Saucer, each ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������. ������������������ mc  /  i^K^^B&l ^^^^ffl^ ^5^^^ M^^a, ^^^^^^ E^^^ff^. ^^k ^H  JdU| 4*04^^^00      A^^^^ Ygj.iJ^ ^^���������* ^^ |g^     **r^~u^j* Jj^  ^^^^PT    ^^ ^mWi       r^W r^m4       ^mm       ^Mf^^       f^^^Hi   ^^_\ ^mm. WSKf    Watl Wf  vlliillUOil ������   i   HiflMlLni  ^Mfc, immW^ HI ~~U Wt^~\~~~ ~W~~~  HL \WW~~. M  IB   0~~. ws   Wt tSi^H'^S HJ^^   H^^S HtSSh    M  %p Iv iWHi    ill ���������   D  LIMITED  IM  /  HilMlliriliifflftl  mm >**-  '   >  y  THE  CRESTOH  HE VIEW-  Local and Personal  Birth���������On January 3rd, to Mi. and  Mrs. Frank Lewis, a daughter.  Cow Fob Sale���������Fresh cow for sale,  freshened January 6th, good milkerj  J. W. Wood, Canyon.   ."*_"'  Mrs. Forrest of Winnipeg, Man., is  a visitor here at present, with her  sister, Mrs. E. H; Small.  R. Rose of Medicine Hat. Alta.. is  here at present forhis annual_holiday  visit with Mr. and Mrs. J, F. Rose.  House Fob Sale���������Lot 6, Block 28,  Creston; pfastered inside and out,  water. Also Lot 7, Block K. Price,  $600.00. Apply Box 60S,- Cranbrook*  B.C7  A seven-piece orchestra is in course  of formation "and willVery shortly be  ayailable for dances and other public  functions, comprised of well known  local musical nrtists.  .   Birth���������On January 3rd, to Mr. an  and Mrs. Alfred Nelson, a son.  W, Bunt of Walla Walla, Wash., is  a Creston   visitor   this   week   at   the  hom������ of Fred Smith.      He is a son of      A W|,ifce Wyandotte hen  in the G  the late Rev. .W. T. Bunt. Methodist  Nicke, flock on the Griffin ranch, has  pastor here in 1������18, being carried off stttrted tEe  new year off rightp     0n  Jannarv 3ssd Jjiddy... obliged   with   an  egg that measured " 9%   by   7|   inches,  (standing accomplishment last year  was the re-painting of th^ exterior of  the church and they are now calling  for bids for the renovation of the  interior.  in the flu epidemic that fall  A moderate estimate of the value of  furs sold at Creston ;last year is $9000.  2078 muskrat pelts' make the biggest  showing, followed   by  365 weasel, 130  mink, and 115 marten.   50 skunk were,  also taken as well ns 11 bears.  rT 0T  .&. A. Hunt of Kitchener was a  business visitor here on Monday.  That - area~ is enjoying the best of  sleighing, and this season sees Kitch.  ener enjoying the busiest year at  lumbering in the town's history.'  GATtiuMB iii.ALL ITS BRANCHES  \  CRESTON  BAKERY  and  TEA ROOM  The natural increase in the Valley's  population was well maintained last  year there heing a total of 39 "new  arrivals of whom 20 were hoys and 19  girls. . There were ten deaths^ and  eight marriage licenses were issued.  r  Misses Rose Cherrington and  Francps Lyne left on Sunday for the  coast where thev are resuming studies him on the trip;  at the Normal School and B.C.  University respectively, after spending the holidays at their homes here.  and duplicated the performance two  days later when -another sample of  hen fruit almost as large was gathered.  25 Years To Pat-The Soldier Settlement Board of Canada have several  FARMS for sale to Soldiers or Civili*  ans at ten per cent, down and the  balance In 25 annual payments at 6 per  cent. Several to rent for 1923. For  particulars write to District Superintendent. Soldier Settlement Board,  Vernon, B.C. "*"��������� y  T. JF. mangan, the Fernie lumberman,, who operated > coupls of years  in the post business at .Creston. with  Fred Belanget, was here at ths firstt^of  the wees, taking a look at the standing timber at -Lister, which is offered,  for sale -by the' "Land Settlement  Board.      Mr.   Belanger   accompanied  Fob Sale���������Eight May-hatched  Rhode Island Red pullets, $1 each.  Mrs. R. S. Smith. Creston.  At the annual meeting of Creston  Local of B.C. United Farmers at the  end of December theJiollowing officers  were elected for 1920 :  President���������W. J. Truscott.  Vice-President���������W. S. McAlpine.  Secretary���������Jas. Adlard.  Directors���������Chas. Moore, W. B. Embree, J. P. Cook C. O. Quist, J. Mann.  The first bit of 1923 community work  to be undertaken by the local is the  short   course   school    ih   agriculture  (which opens on  Monday morn'ng in ���������  Speers9 Hall, continuing  through  till  Friday afternoon.  [licaii Church Seme  ._    SUNDAY, JANUARY 14  CRESTON ,      ERICKSON  8 and llaTm.. 7.30 p.m.       3.00 p.m.  v-:l  ~~.r  Pianoforte,  Organ and  Singing Lessons  ARTHUR COLLIS, Creston  P.O. B~~v76  Trythe Drugstore First  Moir's and Neilsoh's  Chocolates.  Hot Lunches  Tea, Coffee, Cocoa  Bovril  sen Noras  Next Beian'sBarags  Place your orders for Triangle  Brand Fertilizer with Creston Fruit  Growers Union, Ltd. The Triangle  Chemical Company"1 of New Westminster, saved the farmers of" B.C.  more than $75,000 in 1922. Your  support will aiel them to continue  giving goods of * highest quality at  reasonable   prices.    -  Creston's eayjort liquor house went  out of business at the end of thfe year,  and what little unsold stock that  remained was sh ipped to Fernie. The  export liquor house license has been  raised to $10,009. and as a result onlv  about seven housesjwill be in business  this year, the two ih the interior being  at Fernie and Grand Forks.  At the annual meeting of -Oreston  Board of Trade oh^Tuesday-night C.  G. Benn.ett was ..elevated to- the  presidency for 1923,withC B. Garland'  as vice pi esidi nt. The attendance at  the annual , dinner- was the largest  crowd ever seen at a , hoard annual  session, sand an excellent menu was  provided and exped t tiousl y served by  Caterer* Norris.       ���������   . ��������� '-.*"  Coin  g at Less tis an  -    S      ~f~\~~0   ~m  4fc il  uosl:  Fre*4 "Selan-^-er of Lunsherton was  renewing* acquaintances in Creston  the fore part of the week, looking  quite his oldUme self after quite a  prolonged spell of serious illness, part  of which confined him. to Cranbrook  hospital..  "Wanted���������Substantial reward, will  be paid for information leading to  discovery of the parties who unlawfully took away.a number of logsfrom  top of Roat River hill, Creston. be.  tween December Ilth and 13th. F. K.  Smith, Creston. '..;������������������  Manager McCreath of the Creston  branch of the Imperial Oil Com pan y.  eompleted his ausin^l report last v?eekt  and th is indicates that during 1922 at  least 42,000 gallons of gasoline were  sold in the area served by the Creston*  branch, along with about 14,000  gallons of coal oil. ,     , '���������  In addition to being dry 1922 proyid  ed the Valley with   about the hottest  dayitibt~8 ever known. 98 in the shade  on July 3rd. and for about ten days at      Ti?-e -'atinwai  tfeat particular time   tbe   merenrv hit I Provincial     police    office   show  around 90   almost   every   day.     The   $2863 were- collected in motor licenses  "  Balance   of   our   stock    of  CJ  -*$?���������  This is an opportunity for every lady to boy  odd pieces of good China at bargain prices.  Be  siire  and  get: in   on";. this\special   offer.  ,- si  -u-.s-ss.    re-wums  local-  that  Mail Orders a  Specialty.  Phone Service  Prompt Attention  bbbh  coldest of the year  on December 16th.  was 15  below zero  Extension Short Course  Under auspices of tho Valley Locals of United Farmers  -���������.���������*.  Lf-^dP1i"l 1 ^ff^c   ������������������PIT-!fi  Speers' Hall : Greston  m  JANUARY 15,16,17,1  Offered by fee Faculty of figtleuiiuii of tiie  University of British Columbia  LADIES ~Mi SPECIALLY iMVlTtU  during 1922. with.jbhel next largest  item of revenue being the police court  fines, which totalledJJ&1723. Shooting  licenses amounted"to -$762, aajalmost  9500 was collected: in amusement tax.  Business places in the Valley contributed $727 for trading licenses.  . Prior to her departure for Courten-  ay, Mrs. S. G. Foreman was guest of  hotfor at a farewell dancer ih the  Grand Theatre Ballroom on Thursday'  night, which^was attended by juitea  largejcrowd of friends of the departing  guest. Mrs. -Forenian's going will be  regretted bv all hut more particularly  the dancing fraternit-v. as it leaves  Creston. minus a pianist for the local  orchestra. l  - ������������������     .-*'������������������.,'' '  :* ���������  Dr. Henderson, 'meteorological.^recorder, has just, issued the 1922  weather report, an A It s*how& 1922 to  have been postively the dry est in the'  Valley's recent history. The rainfall  for the year was. jusj- over 8 inches  and this along with &6 inches of snow  accounts for a total precipitation of  bnt 14 inches, as compared with an  average of 21 inches for many preceding seasons. .    _  There was a line turnout of  members at the annual meeting of  Creston Valley brass hand on Thurs  day night liret. W. J. Truacott 'was  re-elected'president, with Bandmaster  Hendy, vice-president, and Fred  Smith sec/retnry-treasurer. The band  has had a most successful year, and  prospects for 1928 are excellent as a  pro-mislng-lot of junior members have  seemed their own instruments are  turning out regularly for the weekly  practices.  C. Ov Qutst got back on Saturday  from Kootenay Bay, ab which point  he purchased two bead of purebred  Ayrshire milch cowa, which gives him  q,-(total of" three, of thio well' known  registered stock���������-his first an ImvtI eoni '  ing from the umue point early lust  month, AU the dairy expertH are  a^rcpfll th������t tho Ayrahlm Ih partinu>  larly well adapted lo this country and:  Mr, Quist intenrls to demonstrate tho  correetnowR of the contention with his  fimc\, lh������nn[jh ������n(*iml! herd.  \For the fourteenth Buoci-aetvo term  JsirB, J. W, Dow  wiva tho unanimous  choice for prealdent of the Proabyterl-  an Ladioa" Aid at tho nnnunl meoting  on Friday afternoon.   Mra. Jamea watt  alionon     honorary    preaident;    Mra,  Hobden is vice prefiiclontc   Mrn. Bny<V  aecrelarys    and.   Mra.    O.   H.   Hare������  treasurer.   During lhe  year the total  ���������cash Intake of the widely waa  in the  neighborhood   of    $������00.     Their   out-  stsuppiuyj  Under JNelv Management  V  '   '  :  Solicits an opportunity to supply,your needs in  everything  required to keep your car in   the best possible running  order.    . ���������-      ;i  __���������'.._.. y-Z- ZZ. "yiZ-i  We will at all times endeavor to give you the best possible  quality in  Accessories* Repairs and Workmanship at  the lowest possible price for real service.  I  STAPLES & PIERSON  it-tt/t"'-  THE GARAGE OF PERSONAL  SERVICE  A HAPPY NEW YEAR!  Now that we have become thoroughly established we take  opportunity of sincerely thanking our many Patrons  and friends for the generous patronage and goodwill  accorded us in the past, end assure you that it will be  our earnest endeavor in the future . to merit a  continuance of the same.  GRESTON SERVICE GARAGE  .U334TS-3?D3.  ���������wwiMwn  Comprehensive Banking Service  Whatever your banking requirements may be, any  one of the 216 branches of this bank can serve you  satisfactorily.  From a small personal savings account, to a volume,  of foreign exchange, or from collections on drafts  to advice concerning Investment* onr service is  prompt and adequate.  ~.jmm  "W*  AULA*..  *~t f? W*        ^P   , ���������. -^^������  i ^B $^*94i. vw. IS .^^mtt  GRESTON BItANCH*  KH  iMtfTI���������'  .���������ttmmttsmm  n  1 2TH3S I^VXEW* CHJSSTOK; EL SI*  |:*; *-"-*��������� ���������:���������������������������-:������������������-���������  .H b* viyjiji if  USB  my  ;;^^FjG>������,-^  iH������ADACH������.B!LIOUSKESS  pmMntimszkm*.Hm,  wm.mm'c.mmzywm  come the Senator's most trusted adherent, and was admitted to the closest intimacy, so that he had become  a constant visitor in the Reshill home,  and had definitely- determined in. his  own mind, to. become one of the family. He knew -well enough that Helen disliked him, but his ideas of women had been gained from association"  with a class that -is-easily- dominated,  and he -was confident of his own powers, which, in fact, were very considerable.  The- Senator was not blind to the*  other's purpose, but though he was  far from approving it, having other  ideas concerning- the daughter he  idolized, he had not sought to discour-  I  EJLJILJ  I   GOL  ?���������  ��������� BY ���������  WILDER  ANTHONY  ������ a  Vn  na-uism Rights Arranged "With  Wishers. V. D. Good-child* Co..  2-ii   King-  St.   West,   Toronto.  ~< Continued)  "Oh, no,'1 s>aid Helen, laughingly, as  an effeminate looking young man  came up, evidently in search of her.  "I beg pardon, Miss Helen," he said,  with a bow that seemed to include  Wade, politely enough, in the apology,  ���������"But your mother asked me to find  you. She wants you to meet some  new guests who have just arrived." .  "Oh. bother," said Helen carelessly. "She can look after them for a  while. Tell her I'll be with her. by-  and-by," and she turned back to "Wade,  paying do itirtueL* Ht.Cei3Ti.on io Xxti.  luckless messenger, who departed,  hiding his chagrin as best he could,  though not very successfully.  After he had gone, she said, '"No, I  don-'t think Maxwell Frayhe is likely  to be an enemy; at least, not one that  you need fear. He is a gentleman",  though he is (oo insipid to interest  me." -���������   .*��������� j  "And you think Moran is a mari* to  fear," asked Wade, trying to speafe  gravely, but showing 'amusement, in  spite of himself.  "I don't believe you fear the devil,"  said Helen, with open admiration, "but  Race Moran can be very dangerous,  and I feel sure he will try to.*injure  you, if he ever finds a chance."  "Well, m that case he will "at least  be interesting," said    Wade,    lightly..  He would have been amazed iChe'ha'd  realized at the time how prophetic the  girl's words were.       "'"������������������������  For the moment, however, he had  little thought, of peril antl adventures  to come. The time, tlie girl and the  place, were all. at hand, and he plunged headlong into a complication that  kept him for weeks in Chicago; strongly inclined to stay permanently*, yet  reluctant to settle in a city so little to  his liking, when the great outdoors.  was calling to him so urgently.  While the petals of the passion  flower were unfolding so rapidly in  the conservatory. Race Moran had talc-  on the Senator to the latter's private  room where they bad had many secret  conferences before. He had done the  great, man favors in New York where  he wa.s a valuable <*og in the political  machine, while the Senator was still a  nexv'-touwr in the fueld. and with ac*  ������������������curare judgment he had foreseen that  "Rerchill would be a winner.  Quick to soe opportunities, he liad  cultivated the latter's accLUiilntauec  and courted his favor until he had be-  Perk Up and Smile  Blues -and Backache Vanish .  Toronto, Ont.���������  "Less than a year  ago I was in a very  poor state of health;  my back ached  dread-fulls- and 1  could scarcely drag  myself around to  ���������do my housework.  I started to take Dr.  Pierce's F-avorlte  Prescription and I  can not: praise it too  great   benefit   I   re-  ihe  highly   for  *-#-iT������d. The backache and pains din-  *ppettred entirely and r ������oon was re-  sn-orerii io jn*rr-<"-. h*?akh. I "know that  Dr. I'-'-erre'H Favorite Prescription, fa  ���������Jhe beat woman's medfrlne. for nothing ever helped me a.n much as this  PreHcrlprion." I hav* no heaitancy.  Jn recommend inn it to other women  who Buffer a������ 1 did."���������Mra. Kathleen  WW Hans, 18 Rroofcjlfld St.  Reap   the  Reward of  Perfect HealtJi  OrlllSa, Out,���������"f load ~ b������d cas* of  woman's trouble, ������iiff>i*-ed from backache, nervotisncHB, and ilERordered dl-  K������H<iffctii. r hnd KhMi-.r pitln all th*  lime, aome-rinnen I wouhl faint at my  work. I h;i.d on* ph-fulcian after an  oihipr but ihey did me no good, f  1 *������*���������**) i-rsolr wi-n-e boM!*n o!" Dr. Pierce'*  l������'sM'*nrfn-n !)��������� r<������������-'-rlp^'^>*r-i ;t\\r\ *M flr<'ri Y?"*!  up all v\g.h., I look much better anil  0*P flu.****., I "w. ill rc-crnrttTH-nd i he "'l''v<y  KerEpilon" lo all flutforintf an ��������� did,"���������  M>h. Mfaybell* H. fSrwtrtx, Ho* ML*.  ll>m,lih ~~. moHt ta.f.ot:tun. to every  rvorriii-ti'. You oan not afford to tiKKler't  ft when your neighborhood dniKKimt  iw-m Htipi������ly you with Favoiite pce-  *':rlotion ~a labJel.B or liquid, Thi*  Prescription 1������ ma������fe fn Dr.  PJerne'*  1    * j Yjf'--r'*; j ���������-*������������������*������������������- w>~    I ������s     I"*-**** I" ?.���������.���������**-'(���������. ti i*r*������      rjh'       f P*** *-*t *H  Wo ther**! if yon wlun a trial pk������r,  age Moran, nor did he intend lo. -lie  would let him' go on until a crisis,  should come, and in the meantime,  Moran had not declared himself.  Helen's insolence at the door of the  conservatory, however, had stung Moran, and as soon as he had the Sena_  tor iu seclusion, he broke out.    _  "Who is that puppy Helen has on a  siring to-night?" he demanded "rough-*  ly.  But the Senator could overlook  rudeness when it suited his purpose to  do so., . .'-" '  "I -wouldn't "call Mm. a puppy exactly," he said, pleasantly enough;i"he  is a good deal younger,than you, and  I, but he comes of pretty good stoek  ���������Sti     -^rr*-***?������������.-������������������ ���������frt-w*"*** '    Ti'T������vT**o,ri       o***^ ��������� *S+**&���������*"*���������*��������� '^^ll^J  J ���������        .J   v ���������*������������*. tsrixr   if  ***5        -*.Uv m.   ~.*--mJ-)        *Cs.Jl~*-%Mi    .   ~*^M i. ���������*> U, **. -.t-vilij  .me he has distinguished ^himself.-^already in two or three ways. I reckon  he'd be a pretty good friend to have,  it he ever takes ah. interest In ./politics." y p. *,":������������������.'      '���������: ������������������'*  "Oh, T know the Wade family all  right/' said Moran impatiently; "they  belong; to the Silk stockings, but we  have our���������own way of dealing with ft hat  kind in New York, and Fin able, to do  the same thing anywhere else, : if I  have to. Maybe I will have to if he  comes between me and Helen. Senator. I want to marry that girt myself.  I ain't asking your consent, exactly,  for me and her will be likely to do  what we want to, anyhow, but I'd a  heap rather have you favor 1 the  match." *  That was almost too much, but the  Senator knew his man and also knew  how valuable he was. There was no  ;gense in breaking with" him. until it  was unavoidable, so he /still spoke  pleasantly, though he liad flushed with  anger for a-moment.  "Yes, I reckon you and Helen wijl--  do as you like about it, especially as  Helen likes. It was sort of decent  Of you to speak to me first, but there  doesn't seem to he anything parfieu--  lar for me to say till; you find out  -what Helen really thinks." .  '; "Oh, I'll find that Out, all right,"  said Moran, boastfully. "But , this  Wade person better look out; I might  have him* ruji into the" river '. some  night, if he pokes bis nose in too E&t'.''  "I'd go easy on that, if I were you,"  saW the Senator laughing heartily, "a  dead- Wade might interfere with your  plans worse than a live one."  "Oh. of course," replied Moran, refusing to laugh. "I talk foolish with  my mouth sometimes, when I'm mad,  but all the same, he'd better look out."  "Now I wonder," said the ^Senator  -Ihoughtlhlly. after the other had left  him, "how long it will be before-he  does find out, anel how serious it will  be. He's hit pretty hard, but I will  have to keep him along spme way^or  other; I ean't affordi:crioseKhim."  And he sat musing over his cigar  till one by one his guests had gone,  but not until the great drawing room  was well-nigh empty, did Helen leave  the conservatory.  For a few weeks hereafter Chicago  seemed, to dordon Wade's fancy, to  be the very center of tbe Universe.  Gradually, however, the .sturdy.nature  of .the. man asserted itself, and realizing tliat for him there were many  more desirable, places,*'he determined  to look farther before choosing a permanent home. He told Helen frankly of his purpose, and to his great satisfaction she approved. There was  no definite word of marriage between  r.hcm, -though they both looked forward to it and both, at the time ol'  parting, deemed the understanding  complete between them.  Helen would have had him turn to  the Ka.s1, for her heart was set on city  \i.(~ in one of the world's great capitals, but bo declared he must see the  West before deciding, and though she  was dissatisfied, ������he was too wIhg to  seek Hie domination she intended, sit  thrit  tttnge of the game.  He departed, therefore, 1.6 find l������  Wyoming later on, his ideal of a home.  , His thought of Chicago thereafter,  was that of the place where the girl  he thought lie loved Avas waiting for  him. to claim her, so soon as his home  ������������������viiH made huI table. There was much  io do by way of preparation, however,  and almost Imperceptibly his nrdor  cooled nw lie found himself becoming  I *i*rm������ln<������n1 union*ft Ih** bold nnd Independent citizens who were rnphlly put-  ilng Wyoming on the mnp. **  losses were soon    heavy    enough    to  drive hm almost to desperation.   .^^'  His previous successes, however,  had all been due to the audacity of his  plans, ��������� for his boldness- and courago  were - unquestionable. - For a time he  felt confident, of winning again, .and  accordingly, maintained his lavish expenditures and luxurious style of living, with..,ho word of caution to his  wife and" daughter, and he continued  to" seek for the long chances in business that-offered the largest risks and  the greatest gains.  All the redeeming qualities of his  nature" (and lie had more than- his enemies . gave". him credit for),- were  shown in Jhis -family life", and it was  not surprising that Helen and her  mother were both undisturbed by the  gathering storm, but continued t-o live  as he encouraged them to, having perfect confidence in his ability to overcome any and all the difficulties he  might encounter.   -  Mrs. Rexhill continued to dream of  social distinction. Failing to see that  she "had lost/much of her own pves  tige by ' the Senator's political reverse si' she continued to entertain so  extravagantly in - her palatial home,  that she. was still tolerated and she  took "infinite satisfaction in the position she thought she occupied.  She considered Chicago the greatest  city in the world, and she dreamed ot  Helen as, its queen. To her rniiiu,  the '-"easiest- way. to accomplish that  ambition was to persuade Helen to  marry-Maxwell Frayhe. He had persistently, courted the girl, ever since  he first met her, and he was heir to  the great Frayne fortune.  \  The idea was not entirely ,fe vol ting  tO-'-Helen, though she had a small opinion of the elegant young trifler who  pursued her so persistently,' for she,  too, had social aspirations, though heing     more     clear-sighted     than    her  ~~~'-~ .-*!-_-. -���������*-!  ��������� J*0,��������� r0.���������0���������^ n0        0���������trt-0���������        -.S-i.lr.1.  U.ll>L.U������X, .*.. ������UC     UIMU1CU     Ul ; 1TMK1      CiJlClCfl  than those of Chicago. Her husband,  wlioever lie was to be, should take her  to Paris, or at least to New York.  Her infatuation for Gordon "*Wade7  however, was as strong a.s ever/ Perhaps she was right in thinking of it  as true love, but she was greatly annoyed ��������� by Wade's choice of a ranchman's life, and by his "settling.-'down  out of the world, as she considered he  had done. Her letters to "him, tender  as they were, told ���������him plainly enough  of her dissatisfaction, and thereby "undoubtedly contributed to" the slow  growth of his; indifference.    -  For a time she failed to perceive  this, and enjoying^ the .excitement of  the life till Wade should tire of the  wilderness/;as she-;fully expected him  to do, and should return to her. So  she drifted, until after a time her suspicions were aroused ..by the tone of  his letters, and she became anxious.  As time went on, Senator Rexhill's  affairs became more and more involved. He realized that he stood little  chance of re-eiectipn, when his term  of office should expire, and meantime,  his fortune dwindled' rapidly, though  he was still careful not to betray that  fact-at" honie."'  'Moran knew the situation perfectly  well, but he remained outwardly loyal  to his employer, partly because of the  latter's liberality, but more, perhaps,  because of the hope he still had ot  winning Helen eventually, despite the -j  dislike-sl^s took no pains to hide.    / "j  Knowing how*-bold the; Senator was  in his speculations, became to him one  day with an exciting story.  "There's a guy ih town," he said,  "who may be-just a plain nut, but he  has the name of being a, scientific,  sharp who knows his business irom A  to Izzard, ^and he's either got something almighty big, or he's got the  Willie. -    .,-  "What he says is, that he's found  gold in a new spot and oodles oC it.  According to what he tells, it beats  California in '49. It's so" big, he says,  that he's scared stiff, thinking he can't  grab enough of it, and he don't know,  no more'n a baby, what to do with"it.  So he's looking for somebody to take  hold-of it in a big way and give him  a whack."  (To be continued)  I  Banff Motor Highway  On  H  ���������H  r*5r ( lii a I-i t"  --)  3^S  Fresh  Rhubarb  ������ *  in  winter  Pis   Plant   Can   'Se   Grown    !n   Vswr  ���������   Cellar ���������   ���������  Fresh rhubarb "of the tenderesf quality may be grown at' home according  to an experimental project carried on  at the Experimental    Station,    Kent-1  ville, N.S.     Clumps of rhubarb which J  had been two years planted from seed- j  lings  were  forced  under a  bench  ir-'  the. greenhouse.      These clumps wer****  dug. in the  fall  and allowed to-thoj-'  oughly  freeze  before  forcing.      They ;  were brought inside on January 16 and '  placed  under the  bench  January   IS,'  The roots were sprinkled as occasion j  required, and some .soil was scattered  around them to help retain moisture.  To' exclude light,  canvas was placed  a-rotmd the bench.     The first rhubarb  was ready to use February "3^"and/it  was finished March 30.     Tlie area/be  .cupied was 22 square feet.     The,yield  was  89.75  pounds.     . The    yield    per  square   foot  was   4.07   pounds.       The  conditions   necessary   for   growth,   it  will    be    observed,    were    principally  warmth and moisture.     The light was  excluded;     Similar results can "be pb-  tained in the furnace room of a"li6use  cellar.   ' It is worth trying, that is for  one who enjoys "pie plant" in its' finest condition.  pwMMWHiiMM^*' ***<*MW-W^������������  ".Restaurant meals are now taxed in  Germany, the duty amounting to us  much as 100 per cent, for meals costing $2 and upward.        -  Canada Sets Geod Exa-wls  Canada raises more wheat per cap  ..its. than, any others country^ sccordSng  to Che Armerican Miller, ana sets -.the  world a good example for she /also  consumes "more bread per capita than  any other country.  INDIGESTION, GAS,  UPSET STOMACH  Instantly! "Pape'sDiapepsin'  Corrects Stomach so  Meals Digest j  $tt,,*t ..,**. I *.****,** *>,**** ,,*l.t*tt*t***i****Si.si*tt*\  The moment you eat a tablet o~  "Pape'B Diapepsin." your indigestion is.  gone. No more distress from a -lour,  aetd, upset stomach. No -flatulence/  heartburn," palpitation, or misery-rnak-  ing gases. .Correct your dagestiott foi*  a lew cents. Each package guaranteed by druggist to overcome stoniach  trouble. y  These Girl Graduates  /Student.���������1/ should like permission  to* go ri^ng ^ith.rny brother/.  Wardei (quickly).���������And /how Jour  have you' known hipi? "���������  "Abotit two weeks.''���������Vassar Miscellany News.  And many a* good man who wouldn't  bet on anything takes a long chance ������t  tlie matrimonial game.    ��������� -.  ���������TiAPTron ii,  Jealousy  , mimy ihlnga  oI' great in-  bnppened with-  u\  I;.,;  Al'-'itUt if)M  if-v'it.t ir> Cordon Wade  '>>!'     hi",    \rT\ll**'\t*l\fr4*,  A national elncllon ul which Ihe pr������v  i'in*Sy doi)]l*i)istT3l. piuly wan defeated,  w;\~ a HSiil blow to Kenulor Jtexhlll,  .vho not. only Buffered in prr*ntlge but  in i'<n;;ht-i, Thfire wuh no queatloiv,  ���������-VI-I. in lh^ inltkdM of hi;* rii������'H<SH. tlmt  .iu*! f'r*f"/|ii*f������nfly HHfd bin pollflMil inilw-  '���������nc*' io back up the, many biifilikesN en-  i*fi*pi'l������**s In which lie held an hti^reHt,  '���������rwl l<i u-tirh tht) %vcut*-r |������nrf. nf Ii1h  <nini(h nimti; ������K(iiui>" w������h iav^Mr^u.  Willi Uu. lo������������t of bin poIIH-cul pull, iIIm-  I 4ll>U-r    r,\1������������t;     Hi    l>������������������*    Hltl.r    IIIMtlill-r    Ol  [ tbosrp   ~-nti'r\>i-l~i4>t.,  ond   IiIh  nurccualve  piirkB of the  to motprifjtH  Canada.  Opening Ceremonies Will Be Held  June 30 at Vermilion Croeaing  The official opening of the Baiiff-  Windermere motor highway tii rough  tbc Canadian Rockies has been set for  June 30, 1923, lt"is announced by the  Commlsisloner of Canadian *Nratlorial  Parks. Ou that date the last Unit in  the great 6,500-mUe scenic tour  through Western Canada aad the United Slates will be thrown open to traffic, making the national  two countries acees-sible  from Mexico to Western  The opening .ceremonies'will; take  place at Vermilion Crossing, a point  on 11iw road midway between Banff,  A Ha., wnd Windermere, B.C.  The new highway l������ Oft wril-ea long,  or which the HO rnl.l*8 lying In Hooky  IM'-orrntnJn Psirli ntitl brcn ronctructcd  previously bj* the pnrkB branch, and  another 10 mlleu by the BrltiHh Columbia Ciovemment. The road gives a  gnuluaJ W heel way of 18, feet, surfaced  Willi Kereened pravQl. The average  roHt of the 03 inlleH built by the parku  biu>������c:ii wan 97,700 .mv mile, though,  In the M#*avle������*t conslrue*ion, which in-  ������*ludetl rock cuta, from 40 to GO feet  blub, (!��������������� eof������t readied |27.00(l per  miJIu.  UNLESS you see the name "Bayer" on tablets; ydii  are not getting Aspirin at all \  Accept only an "unhrnken package''' ot"Bayer Tablets of  Aspirin," which contains directions and close worked out by  physicians during 22 years and "proved Sfl*>"c by millions for  Colds Headache Rheumatism  Toothache Neuralgia Neuritis  Earache ' Lumbago' Pain, Pain  Handy "Bayer" l>cnrcs of IB iablotB���������AIbo bottle* of 24 mid 100���������DnxQglulii.  A������p1rln Im M������'*������ trffl������i ~m������vM fi-at-lti*..*!. in 0������������kft/!i������1 ft* llo.yftV Wanufft-clwr* at Mmi*>-  ac������tUn������������.lc1(*.Mttu* t,t RaUt:vll������iiio������rt. Willi* It Im w*U. Jtnown tho*. Anpirln Tn*nri������ .imymr  inunufAvtu!-������**, to* aMWI-tt th.. ���������fru.bllo 4������(eatn������t lrnUollou#, tlim 'r������.bl������t* ������C lltsyt. Cumimny,  will it* stamped wills iu*lr v*������n������r**,l tr*������I-������ mwU, ilio "llnycr Cit-atm."  mn  IM  mmm  tstmm  m  *yflr^,''l:l^ffi:itt",r!ttKa  sas BSBBSBBSraBBSBBSKKB ''"'LiffiSUiB  K-,"*"���������  i  |N  a*?:-  f>  v*i  V  $m^^m^^0  fI31ti^^  - -~������iii  0  Sounds   .strange,    floes Jit    nol?  Yet that ia how Mr. J. Cartler saya  Zam-Buk Is  regarded by  his family.   Mr..Caftier, who is a member *"  ot the family 6r,ih.e late Sir George  Cartler, IsTJustice,of the-Peaee and -  Assistant",Clerk    of    the    Circuit.  Court,  Montreal.  "Jtle "flrst  dlacaV-  -ered tha wonderful/power of Zain-  Bufc, by using it for eczema, which  It   completely -.ended-.   Since .then -  his family Is -never without it.-  ���������,-" Allow me to express my gratitude," he ^writes, .\ for the benefit I  have derived from the use of Z-am-  Buk.    I   hsrve   proved   that' it -Is,  without  doubt, "'tlie  nnesfe  remedy  for   eczema.    Its   general   healing  aud curative powers aro Immense.  We call it * Our Family Doctor,' and  are never without It.".  Mothers" should Bee that Zam-  Buk is always handy, for not only  does it-end pain, draw out Inflammation and prevent bio on-poisoning, but it heals skin' diseases and  Injuries in-the shortest time pos-  elble. ' All dealers, 50c. box.  appte  An Aid to Appetite  "Why don't you  eat    your  Johnny?"  "I'm  waitin'  for   Peter-       It  tastes  much better when another    feller \Tp  Catarrhal Conditions  Dr. Charles Andrew Powers, widely  known surgeon, President of the  American Society for Control of Cancer, dropped dead in Denver. -  Fr^ncelias released'the last German  war prisoners. They were undergoing ',punishment for offences against  the common law, committed during  their detention as war-prisoners. -  The Chilean Clovernment has sent  invitations to all the American nations  ���������i to participate ������in the Pan-American  ���������j-rcn Terence to be held at Santiago, beginning March 20, 1923.     -.    -  Notice has been given in the Chamber of Deputies favoring the extension  of the franchise to the women of  France. The minimum age limit would  be 30.  -"Homeless- men in _Montreal tb the  ������������������number of over 1,1*00 were provided  with" Christmas dinners by the social  service agencies, and these were followed by moving pictures and oilier  entertainment.  3"he Orient Express, clue in Athens  was, recently snowed in by a blizzard  in the Macedonian mountains _ foi- 24  hours. Among the passengers on the  stalled express were -four "N*ear East  relief nurses.  The largest air liner yet built in  Great Britain has passed official tests.  It accommodates 24 passengers and  three-quarters of a ton ol" luggage. At  ton.speed the aeroplane ' makes 100  miles an hour.  Lord Mountbatten, who has just re-  Catarrh is a local disease greatly inftu-  ���������enced by constitutional conditions. It  therefore requires constitutional treat-'  ment: KbVLL'S CATAKRH* MEDICIXE  is tn.lsen internally and nets through the  Blood upon the Mucous Surfaces o������ the;  System. HALL'S CATARRH -MErH-  CIXE gives the .patient strength hy improving the general health arfcL.assists  Nature in doing Its -work.  Aii Druggists.      Circulars free.    -  V. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio.  It's a smart woman who can make  lier own clothes so that her neighbors  will not suspect it.  Dragged Down by Asthma. The  man or woman who is continually subject-to asthma is unfitted ror his or  her life's work. Strength departs and  energy is. taken away until "life - becomes is. dreary,. existence.. And >ej;  this is needless. Dr. J. IX Kellogg's  Asthma Remedy has brought a great  change to an army oi* sufferers. It  relieves the restricted air tubes and  guards against future trouble.    Try it.  turned from an extended honeymoon  in America, has been appointed to the  battleship Revenge, effective January  10. The Revenge is the flagship of  the first battle squadron, now in the  Mediterranean.  George A Willis,  superintendent of  messenger hoys for  lhe Boston News  Bureau, was shot and instantly killed  bj- two bandits, who robbed him of the  | boys' payroll.      The hold-up occurred  tin   the  basement  of the_jilant.      The  ���������*��������������� .W-���������*n ;  Protecting Wild Life _  Canada 1ms led other countries in  the matter of conserving" wild life, the  migratory bird treaty now in force between the United States and this  country being largely the work of  Canadians who saw in time the inevitable'consequences ol' the inroads that  were being .made upon the game and  bird population of North America. The  treaty referred to was the biggest  single piece of legislation aimed to  protect wild life ever put upon th*  statute books of two great nations.���������  From the Ottawa Citizen.  bandits escaped.  The last horse-drawn fire engine in  New York lias just heen mustered out  of service. It was in a Brooklyn station. Horses have "pulled fire-apparatus in this .city since 1865, and the  final performance was made the sub  ject of appropriate ceremony.  For jpatarrh.���������It is one of the chief r  recommendations of Dr.-Thomas'"Kc-!  lectri'c Oil that it can  be used inter- ]  nally with as much success as it can j  outwardly.      Sufferers    from    catarrh  will find that the  Oil  when  used  according to**directions will give prompt  relief.      Many sufferers from this ailment have fotmd relief in the Oil and  have sent testimonials.  A Careful Star  A new star has been found" which,  travels 2,500,000 miles an hour. So  farvas khownT it has never been.  charged with hitting a' pedestrian.-���������  Toronto Telegram.  Ear Tags Fdr Hogs' -  The . Livestock Commission announces that an approved ear tag has  been devised for marking commercial  hogs. Tags will shortly be available*  for distribution to farmers wishing to  ship co-operatively or sell according to  grade at local shipping'" points. Arrangements are being made for-distribution in the various provinces.  Though the world may owe every  man a living, only the persistent collector gets it. . .���������  for cold weather  Great Singer Attracted Birds  Jenny  Lind Could Fill Carriage  With  Feathered Songsters  One  of the prettiest  stories  heard  about Jenny "Lind came from a little  old lady who went down to. the dock  to greet the old steamer, Atlantic, that  brought  the._ Swedish  Nightingale   to  this    country    ih   the   fall   of    1850  amongst the booming of cannon and  the cheers of 40,000 people who waited  hours ..to see her.     Duriag part of the  journeying of Lind in America, much  of the distance had to be covered by  stage.       While    going   through    the  woods,   Lind   would   have   the   coach  stopped in order to   listen   and   talk  to   the - birds.     So   great    was   hev  power of attracting'them    with    her  own   warbles    that ��������� one day the inside t.~ the coach waa so Ailed with the  feathered songsters that her manager  was afraid Cov her safety.  First Measurement of Earth  Eratlsthenes. head of the Alexandria  Library,    first    measured the circumference of tlie earth in 2-15 B.C.  Do  act   au*ff*t  another day mla  Itching, Bleeding, or rrotnMS-  Eag Plleo.   Ka  surgical oper-  atiou required.  Dr. Chase's Ointment will reUere you at once  and afford lasting benefit.    BOO* & box-  al!  dealers, or Sdmanson, Bate! tt Co., Limited,  loronto.   Sample Box free It you mention thia  paper and enclose 2o. ������tanrj> to pay postage.  .     BOOK O.V  DOG   DISEASES  and   How  to   Feed  "Mailed   Free   io any  Address by tlie  "Author  H.   CL.AY   ar-OVEtt  OO      T"CO  129    *Wes"t    24th    Su,  New  Vork.   U.S.A.  Sold hy Gniesr'fl'  JExrt. ryvrhmr~~ in  Sealed, Air-tight  tins.  A PIPING hot cup of Instant  Postum meets the cold  ���������weather need for a comforting;  hot drink with no disagreeable  after-effects.  Both tea and coffee contain  Caffeine, a drug, which often  causes headache, nervousness  and loss of sleep.  Instant Postum. is a pure and  wh&ltesornc beverage made from'  roasted  -wheat.    It contains no  Caffeine, nor any other harmful  ingredient whatsoever.  Young and old alilce can wifely  enjoy ��������� the delicious, full-bodicdt  flavor and the healthful comforv.  of Instant Postum, at any time  during the day or night.  just try it for awhile thia  winter, instead of tea or coffee,  and notice the  improvement in  your health.  Worm's, however generated, are  found In the digestive tracts, where  they set up disturbances detrimental  to the health of the child. There cart  be no comfort for tho little ones until  the hurtful Intruders have been expelli-  ed. An excellent preparation for this  purpose can be had in Miller's Worm  Powders. They will immediately destroy the worms and correct the conditions that were favorable to their ex-  Intenco.  America'.*  Pioneer  Dob Remedies  m~~mmm~mmmammaammamam  Uses "Cutter's**  Scrums and Vaccine* hew  ���������doing hit but to conterv-e yout  intecert*. l?yca������.  eoncentmioa on  one line count fa*  ���������onetbtni:,  The" Cutter laboratory  **Tht Z*.������.~1trrt~~t Knasat H.tn"  Berkeley <aS,L(ceiuel California  IF YOUR  VETERINARIAN  One Thhifl  Needed  "Mama,   TlRe's   begelng.     Mttat  give hint a piece of my cookie?"  "Of course you must "  "Well, I haven't any cookie!"  Jt ������������nar~tv~ trntrifll. Ut*. ot  Ziimtitjui   t**>~tu***   Haiti   tti  mane,, pitztpmSt.,   lot -fn ���������������  wtatnpa.    Write:  Instant Postum ^ health  "There's a Reason"  Canadian Palatum C#r������ii1 Coin pony, T.*lmiU*il  4$ Front St., IC, Toromo   - Factory: "Windsor, Ontario  mmm  wiftniw.aaiimiiuwiwi.ww  Time haa Tested Et.���������l>r. Thoinan'  Eclectrie OH h������n been on the market  upward a ol" fifty yeara und In thut  time It has proved a blessing to thou-  snndH. It, Ih In hlprh favor throu������?li-  out Canada aud itu excellence Iiuh cur-  ried Its Tame beyond the aeaa. If It  were double the price It would bo ii  cheap liniment.  In Palmyra, Syria, there in a flyin-K  phyaJdnn who locates and vIkEIh Ma  patients s*������������������o-iik the wamlerlnj; He-  ctouln t lib os by menna of an nero plane.  Miiiard'n *Llnil-men+ for Cough* <* Cnld������  RUPTURE  KILLS 8,000 ANNUALLY  -Rlfflit thousantt persona ench yt*nr ������r������  laid awoy���������tho burial -cerlluctUo l>eliv������  marked "Ifupture." WhyT Uccauaa ��������� thi������  unfortunate oiien liad neeleated ilicjn-  Bdlves or lind beon meroly- 1*L*klnK o.ii-e ol  tlio ������iB������> <awcTMnir) of tho aCThctloti ai.tl  paylwr no attontlon to tli������ eaiino. XVIiru  uro you iSoIiibtV Arc you ncclcetluji  yournelt by wearlnic a trueia. applinrio-e oi  whatever nam* you choose to rail it?  At hest, th* trunsi In only a makc������hlfi--  n ii-ilao in-aji w|;aliii������������L ������. eoUaiu-wui; wuU -���������  emii, CHitimt hit e-Jiooctod to act ns mom  than a mero inech.tulcal auppon. Vlw  hindhi������ pressure retards blood clroulu-  ���������tlon. (Uu* rohbhn? the weakenftcl ittiiwk'S  ot ~u~.t uhJch thoy need most���������ttourhili-  :m<mt.  ljui H<*i<e-ucfl lias found m way, ami ui.  tru������s anfterern in tho land aro InvlUnl io  make a t������������t rlffht In tho privacy of tlu������li-  own home*. The l������I-iA.l������A-C������ tnf������lho<l l*  utK|iif<jUlon������bly the n*iOf<t acleiitlflr1. loj;5-  cal and Kiiceonaful aelt-lreatmenl for rni**-  lwn   I Jin   iv������*il<J "3j,������ i������  ever  kii.ouH.  Tha PI.APAO I'AU whon iitUi*-'i-l,\tc  c1o������������ly to "the body cannot posall.tly rHLi������  or ujiift out ol place, therefore ctitunoi.  cha to or pinch. Sloft aa velvet���������eid'y l������������  apply���������comparatively taftxpeiinlv-c. rl*������  b������ iiH������d whilst you work und wIiIIhi ,twi  *Bli?*^p. No Btrwir*. bvicUI(*������ or ������prlmj-* irt-  laohtHl, ���������  Ufrtrn Uow to elo������������ thfl hernial oiwauiK  in������ until re 1im*nd<Hi i������o tlua rnpinrc t'A.N  ������  como   dowsn.       Htnnl   your nmm-n   wnd   i*h  ' rents*, coin or al-arnpa, fcaluy to l'r..M*.W������  I CO..   -t-'i Htuart IU<1������-. at.   1^>iiIh. Mo...fur  I  ^r������������h������   v|Ar^4������   amttl    ~~,*>~ rtn-t I v<������   m<1*ortii:ir*i<������>>.  I ���������tt-iit \:il   Immm.  -- ~~_y: ":M~"~Tj:'~i'4'r.5t  w ���������;"' -ZZ'^-'-''^i;-Z-'Z'pZZ^:^:  *��������� V;./  THE   CREST OH  BEVIEW  V'ir '���������  ���������if  ���������:'-r.l  -v-y? a  o Prof  iU   I 11 Ol  Event of tiie  low   VffSfir   nreii    f^i*ftAi-f.A#  1GQ1    "  ~~"  iJIPs ������y| HOG  0IQS8S  BI  'S  ress  1911 iS  'Well known    Gordon ...Brand  Dress   Shirts,   in    a   large  range   of   colors,   reg. 2.25;  sale $1.85.  Men's Work Shirts  Here are just a few of the  sterling values we offer :  Grey Flannel, medium weight, with  military collar, reg. 1.95;  sale $1.50,  Khaki Military Flannel, rc������g. 8.50,  sale.:.   _. $2.05  Grey Military  Flannel,   reg. 2.50  Dark Green Cotton  2.50,   sale   Shirts,   reg.  1  OK  a ,i~rm~r  1.85  OHHdUIE  CHarta  with the highest quality merchandise at lowest price levels, Twice a year our stock  cleanup must be as complete as the price reductions are drastic; nothing is left to chance,  every department is thoroughly combed and original prices are, In many cases, reduced to  the sensational point.       The extent  of the Savings is clearly emphasized by the Sale  Prices ott this page. v  rwear  listed suffice to show  All lines must be cleared out at^onces and the few item  the greatest savings on the best goods in the Underwear line,  tuat we oner  eBoys' Shirts  Cotton Shirts, colors maroon and  green, leg. 1.50; sale $1.15  Grey Flannelette Shirts, reg. i.25,  Men's Dress and  Work Pants  ��������� -**.. ���������*-'-'  Medium heavyweight Tweed Pants  reg. 5.00; sale $3.95 pair.  Medium heavy Tweed Pants, reg.  5.00. sal*������ ~i. . ...���������_$4.25  Heavy AH Wool Pants, reg. 5.50,  Heavy Bannock burn   All   Wool  Tweed Pants, reg. 5.50. sale 3.05  Men's Striped Fusion Pants,  medium weight, reg. 3.95,  sale .". ;  2.95  Eureka brand pi������re wool JCInder-  wear, per garment, reg. 1,75.  to clear at ....:._ ..���������. $1.35  Stanfield's Red Label Combination,, reg. 4.50, sale���������......  3.95  Boys' Penman Underwear  reg 1.00 to $1.25; to  clear at 75c. garment.  Penman's No. 71 medium weight  Underwear, reg. ptr garment  1.25.  sale" . . ......;   .95  Penman's No.   71   Combinations,  reg.   2.50. sale ...... Z  1.95  toaekmaw stag Shirts  Turner Beaton make, Brown.  double allouldersfand arms,  re������. 7.25;  sale $5.95.  CLEARINC   JWEM'S   SWEATERS  We are overstocked in Sweaters and are offering them at cost to clear.  Heavy Rope knit Sweater Coats, all pure woolr reg. 7.75; to clear at    . _ .  $5.85  Medium weight Sweaters, 100 per  .   .   cent, pure   wool,   reg. 5.75, to.  .    clear at..��������� ���������.:..: ... $4.25  V-Neck Wool Vests, reg. 2.50; sale 1.85  Heevy Wool Sweater Coats  Green arid Maroon colors,  i-eg. 6.75; .clearing at $4.95.  V-Neek All Wool Pullovers, reg.  4.50,  to clear at . . 3.35  Wool Scarves, with silk, ends, reg.- *  3.00,   sale . :. __... 2.25  f  II  s ������������  *^i>.  M  HtL^^^^L'S-       -JL^jI*       8 Wb *%������* ^" n*n^     -8     ���������^Si'^S Ba  To fiftlly appreciate these exceptional values jrou miist see the goods.    Footwear is a long  suit with us and the lines sho veil here are values yon will not duplicate this year.  weraflis Al.tic Socks an WOO],  MacKay   Mechanic   Blue   Striped Artte'iuid^T cot'too "and  Overall, clear.hg at$1.49 pair.  Brown Cashmere Dress Hose j reg. 60c;   sale 2 pairs 85c.  Black Cashmere Hose, reg. 75c;     sale 2 pairs $1.15  reg.   1.25.  ~ ...a  wool.  Ladies' Hose  An annual clearance where price is  not so much'considered as clearance.    The reductions   this year  ���������set tiew low mark for ladies1 hose.  Plain^   Black   or   Brown  Cotton  H������is���������-, reg. ouc, sate ..^~~% .25  Circle Bar Cashmere Hose, winter  weight, reg. per pair 90e.  sale ��������� . .    .65  Brown Silk Hose, reg. hoc sale     .65  Black Silk Hose, reg. 1.15, sale    .85  Children's Hose greatly reduced.  Dry Goods  FLANNELkTTE, Grey, reg. 30c,  sale 2 yards....... ..$ .45  FLANNELETTE.    White,    reg.  25c. 2 yards for.... 1     .35  FLANNELETTE.  Gi'ey Stiiped.  reg. 25c.. sale 2 yards     .35  COTTON. White, reg. 25c., sale 20  CHEESE    CLOTH,    sale    price  3 yards���������. ...._._.. . ���������    .25  PRINTS���������300 yards m light and  darjk patterns, at 22%c. yardy  So^p Specials  Royal Crown Soap  3 pkgs. 80c.  .05  .85  Blue Denim Pants, reg. 2.35, sale..$1.75  Black   Denim   Pants,   reg.   2.10. \  sale  ��������� 1.65  Khaki Pants, onlyji few left, reg.  2.75. sale���������*__ ���������   2/35  Khaki  Combinations,   reg.   3.75,  sale '  2.95  Boys' Pants and Overalls at  greatly reduced prices,  PRUNING SHEARS  We have in stock the welt-known, J.  H. Henry Mfg. Co. Pruners. They  are fully guaranteed, reg. 5.50;  sale $1.25.  reg.   1.15.- sale :.   Medium heavy Work   Socks, reg.  60c. sale 2 pairs for     .85  Old Ty me Wool Socks  reg. 75c, pair; aale.  2 pairs $1.25.  Medium heavy Grev Socks,  reg.  40 and 50c. pair, sale 3 pairs   ...... 1.00  Extra heavy Red and Blue Work  Socks, reg. 75c.    sale 2 pairs..- 1.25  ���������   *. > _ f ?  -  HV!en's Winter Rubbers all on Sale  Circumstances that have prevailed this season���������-*-pver which we have no control���������force us to  clear out our winter Rubbers at even less than an oven break, as the figures below testify.  Crockery  Lumber King  Three L������eeifc  Rub  ���������.,  bers, rep;. 3.80,   sale $3.35  PoIhi- Redniun,   Five Laceit, reg.  4.25, to clear at ~  3.75  White Three Laceit Rubbers  reg.  4,50;   to clear  at $3.50  Over Slubbers for box toe shoes.  reg 1.45 at r..���������. .���������. 1.20  Over   Rubbers for English  last  shoes, reg.  1.50 at.. . .  1.25  Sunlight Soap 3 packages   Goblin Soap. 4 cakes   Dutch Cleanser, 2 tins     Lux. 2 packages      .  Sal Soda, reg. 25c sale 2 for   P & Or Whjte Naptha Soap. 3 bars  Snap. 2 tins ...   Gen Lye. 15c. tin.  TOWELS  A Grey and Red   Striped  design,  $  .80  .25  .25  .25  .35  .25  .35  reg. 1.10, sale per pair.  .      . .8 .85  A Cream and Grey pattern,   reg.  1.10, sale per pair   ���������,    .85  ~.  MEN'S NECKWEAR  1.00 to  175  Plain White Caps and Saucers  reg 2.50;    sale $1.85 dox.  Clover   Leaf Cups and Saucers.  reg. 3.25 to 3.75. sale per doz....$2.85  Heavy Glass Tumblers, reg. 2 40,  sale.��������� ���������  1.75  Light weight Tumblers, reg. 1.80,  sale per  do*2 ���������  1.45  Balance  of    Crockery  at 25  per  cent. off.  Gloves and Mitts  Genuine hnraehide   lined Gloves.  reg. 1.80. sale  81.35  Genuine  horsehide   lined   MittH,  reg.   1.85, sale  1.25  Genuine Mulcskfn Pullovers, reg.  l.&h. sale iHi  Hnr*ohidc   Gauntlets,   reg.    1.50.  sale ������ 85  AH wool Dross Gloves,   reg.   1.00-j  sale.     .75  tJaiMi.skiri. G3ov<*-> unlined, reg. 2.~~j  sale -  1.85  Oapeskin   Gloves  ������������!k lined, reg.  2.50, sale __  1.95  Boys1 Lined Mitts, rug. S5i\  and 1.00;  sale 65c. pair.  In order to reduce our stock to the lowest possible point before stocktaking we know of no  better method than to reduce prices to such an extent as to make it in your interest to buy and buy liberally.    The lines listed reflect the stellar values that prevail  on all articles in the Grocery Department.  iiie rCiotoon lea., jrresm stocic, at z flos. tor -*--  ���������  ���������  ��������� ������pivi������>  Men's Neckties, reg.  snle��������� ���������    Men's Knit Bow Ties.1  sale 3 for...'. .'   reg.  .75  50c.    1.00  Tomatoes, 5 tinp._ $ .85  Peas. 4 tins 00  Corn, 5 tins 85  Tuxedo Coffee, 2 pounds  1.15  Quaker  or Ogilvie's Rolled Oata  in  ctihett, 20  Shreddftrt Wheat.  3 pkgs 50  Puffed Wheat. 3 pkgs , 50  3?uWcd K3co, It p!:go *    .50  THREAD, White and Blaek  4 Rpoola for 25c,  No. 1.1 up Rice. 3 His., * ...    .80  Ensign Brand Red Salmon, SI tins 1.00  Rogers' Golden Syrup   6 lb pall 0Q  Rogers'Syrup, lOIbptiil  3.10  Jelly Powders, 0 packets     .50  Clark's*! Tomato Ketchup,  bottle   .30  Malkln's     Best    Malt    Vinegar.  qmurfc bottle    .35  ullAio    uiOGRGT   uOITOn  reg. 2 for 25o.j    8al^ 2 for 20o.  St.  Lawrence   Family   Laundry  Starch, 8 Ib. cartons ������   ,40  Magic Baking Powder,  per tin ' .30  Rolled Oat������<   in   8-1 b.   sacks,   per  sack -.. 45  Olympic Pancake Flour p<j*r pkg...   .50  Braid's Ideal Cocoa, in   1-pound  puclcngco,   per Jb 3*8  IHOOllll^    iff     flilll"rl lyy  only a few colors left.  GRAB BAGS 25c EACH���������VALUES from 2Sc. to $1.50  MEN'S HOUSE SLIPPERS  House Slippers, leather tops and  rubber heels, 3.50, sale $2.45.  Imitation   Alligator Skin   House  Slippers, reg. 2.15. sale..: ...$1.75  Pelt Slippers with  leather soles  and heels, reg. 2.60, sale ; 1.85  LADIES'SLIPPERS, worth from  1,85 to2.2S; going at$1,35.  Hardware  Atlantic Brand  Pails. 12 quarts,  -peg. 1.16 salt r $ ���������85  Atlantic  Brand   re-tinned   pails,  reg.  1.40, sale  :. 1.10  Atlantic .brand Washtubs, heavily  galvanised, and galvanized lugs,  K so that wringer can be attached,  No. 2 size, reg. 2.75; sale 2.25.  No. 3 size, reg. 3.00; sale $2.45,  Daisy Washboard, veg. 85c,������ sale..   .05  20 Per Cent, off all other Hardware prices.  Aluminumware���������20 Per Cent. off.  OIL HEATERS  Perfection,In enamel, block finish  reg. 0.25  salri..  &7.50  Perfection one-burner Oil  Stove,  reg. 0.50,  sale   7.50  /  "its~Z  :*>  i3  -Tl?  .*  -,f~  ���������WSil  ifl  JL     V  ^j^riHHMHi^^^^M ^^^SSSSmmmmxm  ^HMhimm...   wm       HI  Or*  B  "^  I  wmmmm  wmmmmtn  mmm  -mm~mMS~mmm


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