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Array ,-���������>���������*���������.  z������  ammmmtammmamam  ^mm*m^m^g^k^^S^^Sm^^^S  393mTs539353  rr.  Vol. XV  CBESTPN, B. C._ FRIDAY, APRIL 13,  1923  No. 10  P. Longneval, who" is going into  farming at Kuskanook, has just received ^.;eK?'of'.i3wsots,'4n ��������� which wer-e  -eight heads of horses, two heifers and  all the Other necesgai-y e^uipnienL -for  agriculttti^. p*ursi^^ ^~''?~ Z  Mrs.  MeKee'^olf^  week-end guest of Mi#. Sid McCabe.  ��������� 'Messrs. C.-W.^lalniah^  les  were   callers   here   on   Saturday,"  making the trip  in the former's new-  sedan car, and found the roads in quite  good shape.       '"   "*   '"     J  ���������&#���������  %---���������'  Mr; McBride.. wtio^haagifoeten  night  operator Here for the past five  weeks,  . has   ���������h^||;r-jQ9oiy:ed ^t^yS'srBis^-as . aighfc.  ticket agent, and ...*isi^cceeded .by. Mr...  "lla������������on of Cranbrook. J ���������        ......:,,,.....:.;.,,'...  ^O wing to illness Miss Schm idt was  unable, to return, here for schoolI * openW  ing at the first of the week, and is" still  eonfined to her home at Rossland.       -,  v Mrs, Jones of JCuskanook was a caller here, ou Saturday. In addition lo  trying oat sheep at the ranch she is  also bxanchitig out into tnrktys and is  starting off With a flock jpt five. 7     ,--.   f  * Ploughing and seeding; is quite general here. S. PaBcuzzo is busy ��������������� with  operations and - an yone who -wishes- to  try out grapes can  secure  vines for  planting f-Ani':.hi*W23*-s-#i   *  .& '-'?".    " * "7.--S *" .   '���������������������������* ' ':-   ���������   -...J.   y  Rev, H. Varley will,he ������<'*-*? for Sun^  da|i^^^ft|^||^aipch f^v^f^jaB^ier-  vlce on "Sunday." .  Mrs. Loa&bv was calling on Creston  friends on.Friday last."  Frank Simister aud Gordon Smith  left tor -**e������p^^ef^i*n^. -^k^&eek.  ^destin^ f^.']C^^-^d^'|eneii������i4d������A^������  where'they foippe ^wklo'sfghtJ   V    8.  Principal* Xiallamond of Alice Siding  school has accepted the position of  superintendent of'the English Church  Sunday school at "Creston and commenced work on Sunday last.  Miss Hilda Parkin left this week for  Michel, where she has secured a  position!::  Mr. Corner was here from Kimberley a couple of days last week, returning on Thursday wit h Mrs. Corner,  who has been a guest at the Parkin  home.  . Considerable quantities of nursery  stock has been delivered here tbis  week, ���������-��������� "with a��������� ������������������ ��������� ��������� decided preference  shown for cherries.  Miss Wadds, a former teacher here,  now at Crawford Bay, was an Easter-  week visitor with Mis. Stace Smith.  Mrs. H. F. Wood is a visitor at  Nelson this week-,   where   she   is con-  ���������   .            ,_ , ...  ���������...   . ... .   ^      ...       ,   ,      ,    ,  6RAND THEATRE  jtjj; [ %  :r-!.w--:-;*  l4;<j _*-,���������  :*S.jr **'���������*.!. ��������� l.r-.i.i '>. '?\'~.  ,W(;->'"4H--Zxi...f._l  B-ffS  ���������������������������'fi  -���������^mtmte-  MtmmB*****^   ,  aBJP , ���������H*' 'Iir   B- 9  tMte-A~m~4MJr  MISSING'  A Comedy JJramu with a    |  JLangh to it.  suiting Br. Rose, her health not  having been of j the best the past  month.  .. . * . . j  Considerable flu was in evidence;in  this section the.past   two   i-ve-eks   out  most of those laid  up are  now on the  high way to recovery. ���������*���������   -1"--'-**-      ,  ' 7 Reed;!M Mather hii ye just completed'  the installation of about four acres? of  thek Skinner" "system of overhead  .irrigation.,...,. .  Jack Smith was down from Kitchener for a few days visit at his honie  here last week.. ;���������*������  MJ&fei*  ,*,..*.. vHa.rry Brown is a X5at&r. visitiar  from Klockman this week, and is re*  ported to have just bought ten acres  tf land fs-ons Qol. "Lister. Percy Lye  is another of the thine employees who  is visiting his family here.  ' Miss Red path got back from Kelson  on Stlriday, and sehSsol- re-opened" on  Monday morning with a f nil attend-  anee of scholars in both rooms."-.;-.  * The spring weather that has been' in  -evidence again since Saturday has  started cultivation work up again and  it as noticed thai much land . ts  being  ,-    ......       ....*  ������������������    . - . .     .     *-*     -.*.+���������   CJ,    *   i*        ���������^������������������-*c'  sown with clover this spring,*"/  ".' 'Speery Phillips is expected from the  university at Vancouver ��������� n't-fafct* week  and will be busy for some time planting, out his orchard, qwite a big shipment of trees aii-iving for, htm this  week.  ���������John Davis is looking for a shipment of ten colonies of bees any day  how from a well-known California  apiarv. This will about make him the  bee king-of Lister, with' a total of fifteen hives.   " -   1 '  A number lroni here ,were ^afcinfctie  -Annes a4^Hnscrp& fce-^otfl-oiir Sirfeijf^day;  'night for-which the music w������3 furnished by the Dem chuck orchestra.  The turnout was not as large as usual  but a very good time was had by all  Haiold Langston arrived home from  Klockman early hist week, and after  spending a few days iu Cranbrook is  now at work on his place setting out  the hew orchard.  - Lister ' on Sunday wittnesned the  trek of a party from Strome. Alberta,  who were en **oute to Allsburg. Wash,,  to work on an irrigation, contract.  They were handling eight four-horse  teams, and considerable other equip  ment and about a dozen-people in the  contingent.  The spring delivery oi nursery stock  is now under way with the Langston  brothers in charge. In this area the  biggest buyer is Mr. Banks who is  putting out at least 300 apple trees,  with other prominent buyers being  Messrs. Tedford and Charles Hnscroft.  Delicious npples are about two thirds  of the stock, with pears and cherries  next heaviest,  ~9  Miss HedpaKh. principal of Lister  school, aniuyinces the following stand ���������  ingu in connection with the Easter examinations: Entrance���������Ruby Lister  GO, Ronald Brain 40. Junior Fourth���������  Millington 70, Frances Maltnouse 05,  Cora FcumpLon 02, Jack Jory 56, Eva  Brain -18. Senior Third���������Jes^io Brain  ������7, Dorothy Weston 61, Merh Charleson 59, Albert Mitchell 48. Junior  Third���������Annie Yerbury 65, George  Charleson 57. Floasle Evanu 50, Freda  Lye 54. John Malthouse 48, Harold  Bacchler 47, George Chudley-15, Gus.  Charleson BB, Peter McKay 87, Those  making perfect attendance aro Jennie  Brain. Flossie Evans, Freda Lye,  John MaltbouHe. Frances Malthouse,  Peter McKay, Dorothy Wuaton.  MIhs HurrllMty issue fche followlnfi;  rttport for Division II, for last month.  Highest standing. Third Header���������Jack  Hi id,   Fred*   Weston,   Ohnrlfo    Malt  hMi-Re. 8c-c������������nd Reader���������Gfady.-a Brain**  AgneK Sinclair, Hilda Filmer,"George  Frampton, Albert Weston, Fred* Yer  bury, Lucy Lye. Flrat Reader���������BUly  Yerbury. PhonlcB��������� Wallace- Sinclair,  Mae Millington, Irene Weilspring,  Arthur Charleson, Heceivei-H���������Frank  Yerbury, James Lye. Pol*fuu ^attendance���������l<red Weston, Albert Weaton,  P.������c3������ Bird, t5������-������ m-k<' Frampton, Lit icy  Lye. Charlie Mtitthouae, May MIlIinK**  ton, Agneii Sinclair, Wallace Sinclair  Wjyaatiei  Messrs. Douglas _ ��������� butterfield and  Cecil Moore ari'lveil back hers on  Thursdav, and expect to spend the  summer at Duck Crefek.  Mr. and Mrs.- Wall^ and young son.  returned from Wycliffe on Sunday,.  where they have been' all winter.  Miss Borghill Hagen was a between.)  train visitor at Ki.tcjbener on Sunday.  Miss Loreen Williams returned to  Nelson on Sunday, after spending the  Easter vacation witb her mother.  Jack' BarraclougH��������� was a Sunday  visitor here. He re������*Drts Alice Siding  prosperous and prospects for a greatly  increased berry -export this year.  Andestad brothers again .supplied  the music for Saturday night's dance  at Sirdar.*  mt    t  The tennis season has started, and a  Few enthusiasts were out on Sunday  afternoon enjoying-the" first gamfes of  the year.  .>-...,.     iy, -y . v  v;:;  ���������I Geo. Huscroft 'and Clem Payette  are at* woi*k~on road repairs, and are  doing some needed .gravelling at low  spots on the highway.    .  .       .*:   ,.���������������������������.j ���������_-?��������� ---.���������:.:���������.-.; ?-p.yi .   ���������'. ���������   ; The flu has: reachibd ,^Wynndel. and  we jhear;Elmer;:'l6sn^|Sieini.is having a  rather serious time qf it.  ������C. C. Eakin had a small radio party  at his home on Friday. We hear Mr.  Eakin has severd hi& connection with  the electric light plant-at Cranbrook  and wilt make his -permanent home  here in future.  - C. O. Ogilvie'left on Monday -on.a  business visit to Nelson.-  Messrs. Cooper and Wilfrid Mason  have been busy t*hip^.*Sveek-L putting- a'  new fence around &*&e school {grounds.  -" aae^school schdlarfe-had a;- isbliday  on Monday; th^teaeher. Miss Conifort,'  Iteing confifaed to her home, with a.  case of fiu.  Wood ranch, and they were authorized to negotiate for the purchase of the  land. A letter from: Engineer Wno.  Ramsay does not hold out much hope  of having the desired road diversion to  get away-from the hill into Calgary  Heights, but if funds are available the  matter will have serious consideration  Mr. Ramsay will .be written to urging  him to see to it that when hard surface road operations start at Erickson  that the good road be extended from  McDottgMl's corner to the railway  track.. Secretary Kolthamnier was  also instructed to write Creston. Board  of Trade thanking the members for  tbe valuable assistance rendered in  bi inging about 100 per dent. Co oper-  fruit marketing  Ci-ccjtOu  nfi/nn     v.*  M������������*urH       xxa  Valley.  At a well attended meeting of the  ladies on Thursday last a Ladies', Ciub  was organized whose-one object .wi!!  be to develop community spirit and as  the first requisite in that direction is a  central building the initial effort will  be to;raise funds* to; help .- :with* the  erection of a community hall. The  ofiBcers are:  President���������Mrs** Hickey.  Vice President���������i-Mrs.   VanAckeran.  Secretary���������MrSo Messenger. ,  Treasurer���������Mrs.   J.   W. Wood.  Sociability will be combined with  financial effort and for" tlie present  teas will be held every'Thursday  afternoon, the first of them at, the  home of Mrs. Guy Browell this week, J  &sme9t9~m  -~*ga~mjf&e������ &~Hjy  Wilt Strong is the latest to enter  the auto owning class, having just  purchased the Ford   formerly   driven  by Mr. Messenger.  Canyon City Lumber Company  h ave^ the tea tns ��������� busy ^on the haul of  cedar lumber which is going east in  large Quantities;, the vear*s cut of over  a quarter of a million feet being due  for shipment.  The Ladies' Aid Easter Monday sale  of work and cookings along with the  serving of afternoon tea and refreshments, accounted for an intake of  almost $40.  MrB. Cowie (nee Bessie White) of  Yahk. with her voung son, were  week-end guest>8 of Mrs. Weatherhead, on her way to the coast tn visit  her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Harry  White..' .  .   . ��������� *  . ���������  Nels. Larson is here from Yahk At  present, looking after spring work on  his ranch.  Misses Piggott of Armstrong were  Easter visitors with Miss Muriel  Knott, leaving for home on Thursday.  John Butler was a week-end visitor  here from Kitchener.  The flrat new car to make its  appearance at Canyon Is the 1023 Ford  secured by A. Anderson from Staples  Si Pievaon, Creaton, at the end of the  weok.  Mr. Knott ts claiming credit for  being the first Canyon resident to dine  off outdoor-grown rhubarb pie,  indulging in this culinary luxury 'on  Saturday.,  Mr. VanAckeran has Jnat received  word that his mother la sailing from  Antworp, Belgium on the 26th, for an  extended   visit   with   E. G, add   Mrs.  VanAckeran, at Canyon.  At the United Farmers meeting on  Saturday night the community hall  mutter wmh also to tho fore when the  hall committee, Mcsai's, Kuott*, Mawson, Messenger, VanAckeran and  "ifoung reported that they had been  able to locate a quarter-acre wile on  tins church corner, opposite the J. W.  . Kootenay River was entirely clear  of ice on April 3rd, and 'anglers are  eagerly awaiting May 1st to be back  at the bass fishing.c  - West Creston is the first point an  Cteest-ora-.Valley to -have the spring  wild feJw%#tn ^TOim.i^elf^rddd?(Sts  were picked here on Monday..  . ���������;Still another sore sign that sprang  has arrived  was the stay- during- -the \  fine weather of the end  of March of-a  large flock of geese, which were much  at home on the big slough.  Brush cutting operations on a considerable scale indicates that another  indian is taking up land between tbe  Goat river bridge and the ferry.  March waa quite a busy inonth on  the ferry the report for that month,  sho wing u totalfof 378 round trips.  The sheer boom to protect the bridge  ab Nick's Island is > now complete,  passing official inspection of road boss  X Harris last week, It Woke, to be  just the thing to keep the bridge safe  from ice or driftwood troubles.  Word Is expected any day now from  Inspector Manning as to the area that  Will be included in the hew West  Creston school district, and as soon as  this information-is available bees will  commence to got the land cleared and  construction started.  Angus. Currie ia able to be around  again, although not as yet feeling his  oldtime self, following his runaway  mishap of two weeks ago, in which he  was thrown from his rig and alighting  on his shoulder, suffered internal  injuries that looked for a time aa if  they might go serious with him.  7 Mr. and Mrs. W. Percival!of Yahk"  were week end gnests of the latter's  parents, Mr. and Mrs; :R.. Dodds.  The United Farhiers have received  their first shipment of stumping  powder; the buying for 'her^ and Lister   being - soinewhat..._���������. better   than   a  hundred cas^ea. . .*.  .-Mrs. S. MacDonald and young son  of Sunisnerland are; visitors here this  week with her sister, Mrs.T.W.Bundy.  Henry Brownrigg ;is the first to  make his appearance., in this section  with a new an tei this year. _ He got  one of tbe three" 1923 model Fords  which Staples feKersori" took deli very  of at Creston on Thursday.  ;irThe' Langston 'brothers ;of Lister ,  hayeibeen ^basy*. in this- section the  latter part of the, week niaking spring  deliyery of nursery stock for the B.C.  Nurseries Company. - The buying of  Delicious has been very heavy.  " Jim and Jack'Dodds have discarded  the hayburner for travelling purposes  and are how doing transportation in  the H. Brownrigg Ford car, which  they purchased last week.        - *   7  i* John' Joy was a business visitor at  Kitchener a few days last week/ and it  is reported that he-may move his  jshoe repair business to that town  shortly.   '' ������������������--���������-;-=���������������������������. .���������'..*���������  ���������:--������������������'   *  In the heavy gale that prevailed on  Thursday the newly erected house of  D. ������<inn was shifted off its post foundation by the- w'ind, but no serious  other damage was done to the  structure.  Autos Selling Well  The first straight carload of autos  that hns been brought into Creston for  aoycral years arrived on Thursday last  for Staples & Pierson, It comprised  three* 1023 model Fords, one light  delivery, a ono ton truck and a sedan.  The latter has been purchased by  Manager Allan of the Imperial Bank,  thc truck wont to Canyon City  Lumber Company, Ltd., the light  delivery 3a for the forestry department  and viiill be used by the 192*1 iiro  warden, whilst one of the new Fords  went to Henry Biownrlgg and tho  other to A. Anderson of Cany90 Cityt  Tho Ford Company estimates that thc  Creaton agency should handle 12 cars  this year in order to take its quota  and keep tho Ford plant producing at  a capacity to maintain today's prlc-e.  nnd Staples He Pierson are quite  confident thoy will afc least nccount ff-or  tho expected dozen aales.  Mr. and Mrs. Frank Staples entertained a company of Erickson and  Creston,friends at a dance  on Friday  ni*^.J-P l*������9������p'JP^J^SLJ-U^P^^ of  Cranbrookv Who was anVEaster gnest  at the Staples , hjj^e^. Daficing  occupied the entire evening, and the  affair was immensely.enjoyed throughout. _  "-~ [  ~z - .   ..  Considerable new orchard planting  is being, done this spring in the Brickson section with the biggest job ojf tne  sort   under   way   at'the  B.J. Xong  ranch, where another fifteen acres is  being set out to apple trees, mostly  Borne  Beauty   and  Deliciovs.    Elvin  Cart wright is also setting out another  three or four   acres   to trinters, lost  year leading the Valley in the produc- _  tion of Northern Spies, with on over- "  age* of at loast7twe^V7;.bii^8i  tree.     With the  completion.$tof. ���������; fche _  presenfc plssstinj; the"''L^sS:**r*aach,. ._*vsill  have about thirty-five acres Delicious.  Whole and Crushed  Are the standard of  quality for Western Cannula.  Better oats cannot be  purchased at any price*  The first car of AP  STANDARD to be offer-  Tor sale in Creston this  year will be unloaded this  week.  PRICES:    $2.15 and $2.25.  CfQsfiin Fniif Rimers THE   CBESTQJf  REYIS5W  THE CRESTON REVIEW  issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance.  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C. F. Hates, Editor and Owner.  CRESTON, B. C.. FRIDAY ,APKIL 13  Assuredly great minds run in  similar channels. About six weeks  ago the Reyiew advocated the passing of legislation making Easter a  fixed   holiday, and   now   that   tbis  *>a wson������   %x-?tt~>   Itoid    Rm msl******.     4-lw*rva.   i.r*    rrat  l-r ��������� t"-.*-       .~0~���������00      00^������������������^       ~000. ^00.^ ���������4m ��������� ��������� W *(^ ���������^*  into the hands of its. wide circle of  leaders we have a despatch from  London, England, announcing that  "Iiord Desborough goes to Rome  this month to the congress of the  International Chambers of Com  nierce with a resolution favoring a  fixed date for Easter. He admits  that tbe success of the proposal de  pends very largely upon the views  of the Holy See. liord Desborough  suggests the eeeond Sunday in  April as a permanent Easter Day.  The proposal is supported by a  large number of influential commercial bodies in Great Britain.1"  The Review is ecrtahl ly pleased to  have such distingvisiied backing in  this-effort, but we would respect  fully suggest the third Sunday as  the ideal date. After all the  weasher has much to do in making  a real Easter, and even in Kootenay the climate conditions are not  generally right until April is far  spent and May is at hand.  provincial election purposes, and a  very   few   days after we gave the  public   the benefit   of  our deliberations,   along   comes   a    despatch  right from Victoria indicating that  in the re arrangement of  constituencies this part of the Kaslo riding  might  be   merged   in   with .Trpiil.  Stranger   things   than  - this   haye  happened in the world of politics,  but at this distance such a  grouping seems quiee impossible m every  direction.    In the redistribution of  1915   Creston   Valley   -was discon-  n ected   from Trail, and   so  far  as  getting   its   full   share , of...-, public  works consideration its Inclusion is  Kaslo   constituency,   >vas.  a   very  happy   one, though it again placed  the   Valley   in a   riding  that  was  rather too lengthy and too poorly-  equipped with transportation facilities to enable the general road sup-  erintendent to give his district the  direct     supervision    ifc     required.  That we should again be  grouped  up with Trail hardly seems possible,  unless the intention is to merge the  towns  of * Rossland and Trail and  some    territory   adjacent   thereto  into one constituency, and have the  new  Creston constituency take in  the farming districts that make up  the rest of''Trail, as well as the lake  points in the present Kaslo riding,  and   place  Kaslo and   district   in  with* Slocan.  ard" bearer in  Slocan, exceptionally  well knowr. in Kaslo, the rejuvenated      Slocan-Kaslo      constituency  should not be impossible of redemp^  tion.    With the suggested  Creston  constituency    made   np   of   pnrely  agrieultu ral comtnu ni ties undoubt  edlyva farmer candidate-:.would be  in evidence here thus strengthening  the chances of the laberal  nominee  with   the   against-tbe-government  v<������jbe split.    Judging by the excell"  ent   consideration   Grand iForks is  getting  m^the   way   of   irrigation  loans   that   constituency   must  be  due to be merged with   Greenwood t  and in v.**!; ich case Hois. J. D.Mac-  Lean   should'-have  no  trouble   in  being   re-elected,   though   such   a  merger does not otherwise help the  administration    as     both     Grand  Forks and Greenwood are now represented by Liberals.  i  No, we are not trying to rush the season, but our  SPALDING'S���������Baseballs, Bats, Gloves, Tennis  Racquets, Tennis Balls, Rule B<rc>ks, eltc.  Be sure to look our stock over.    Prices are re^onable.  -tvst_,'.-y .._,-L_'.~~t ���������������i_ ������_i__ _i^.^.^  J. Mis is -ctjrwtiuiy .wu-e jjiacc  ^ r^.        I-v.^m,  iu    t-tt-tj  ,Tn*i,n  .i'*t-l*������l<ifilrf������ *rvr������-fr*fir.������!  ajuttaa.a-rrxrav-4   v-r.xjx~-i4-~.m0~t.  And   then,   again    great   minds  sometimes      function     differently.  Some  -weeks ago the Review had  . the prospective redistribution figur-  For purely political purposes  such move would wipe out at least  one Conservative member, as both  Trail and Rossland are now represented by supporters of Mr. Bowser, whilst the inclusion of Kasio  with Slocan would make that constituency good Liberal fighting  ground as ih the last two provincial  contestsiy Kaslo  has   always   gone  ed   out   whereby   Creston   Valley j Liberal strong, and with C. F. Nel-  would   constitute a new riding for [son, the former government stand-  It is to be hoped the   higher-ups|  of C.P.R. will lose no time in cancelling   the   order   of   Supt.   Flett  that   prevents  the sale of fruit on  Creston    station    platform.     This  trade   has . been   carried   on  with  some profit to all who cared to try  their hand   as  fruit   vendors, and  judging froth the way the travelling  public   pile  off the train to secure  fruit its sale 13 quite a'   public con^  yenience.    After a couple of years  persistent effort  Creston   Board of  Trade hes  been .able^to have.only  the very highest class fruit exposed  for   sale, and   at   very   reasonable  prices, and in this way much valu-.  able advertising has been given.the  Valley and its fruit product.    Supt.  Fletfs excuse for withdrawing the  fruit selling privilege is that it conflicts witli the business of the new  agents on the train, and  therefore  loses  money ��������� for the railway company.    Anyone who  has observed  the newsie's style at the fruit trade  We are in a position to make a special offer to Baseball  and Tennis Clubs, saving you at least 20 per cent.  Get our Special Spalding  Club Catalogue.  You ufill save money bo doing so.  SEE OUR WINDOW FOR SAMPLES        *  ������������������  EATTIE-OATWAY, 11  Headquarters for Baseball and Tennis SvppUes  J  CHINESE JOSS SAFEGUARDS  LINgR  Q&E-t4t~nt~~v4 mt~ts~m r������������t  tttsm Ui-ebr suite*.  lift. Ibe   mttrnt.   mwsi   mlttattmm.  **���������   BJB.   *ntmm*4,t~.   ttt  ~xtimr  atoard   which  ���������Os* Miser vietmrtM tnntm tsaea.  ]Ni Httta steel bound compartment  for'ard a hundred Canton Coolie*  stand or squat in  Che stifling heat  which   B������em��������������� to   draw   throrjfjh   th"  illn fn wfctclcy bead*, moi������t*nT������������ flom  the sea witb oat. The sickening nmtV  of punk and hurninpr Sandal wood  pervade* tha heavy atmosphere, and  the ear la tortured by the wni! of  musJe1������������������ InstrumentR of reed and  atrlnjr, and th* monotonoua tump  tump, tump of a skinny knuckle on  a native dram. The dim light In  thrown hy two loner tallow candfc*  ���������wWeTi hnm "hffor** and en.it wsuht*  Ing rayi upon, a hfdeona ~.o%~, tha  ���������irrotescttieneaa of which 3a accentuated nnd exaggerated by the mov-  i-npr shadows on .%������ face. Before  thF.������r Joaa, which the- cotton garbed  cootie* reveir* in their silence, 1* ������  platter of frttft and elulclren���������thetr  humble of ferHr) if. But tha food of ferine does rvot atrdff ice to win tha uf������o<~  Strneea of' tn-fa tetrlhle and attufcerc  ���������gocL neither ooen the so-caliad munir.  ���������t-iffi-d-eMtlf   hiflrjusnca   jt on  b������halF  of ft* aubjecti, therefore,, that their  wfahes may be gratified and Its evil  designs he brought to co.ifusion,  ^wtiT-mfcJ jmpprlc-inritft fo* its mercy  datico before It, dencrlbl-nflr with  painted paper atrcamerB, lone curves,  daahea and ahnapt swlnga, Indicating that before It can turn looae Iti  vrrath upon the ahlp In which they  are about to wall, the god of the  ������*a* and wind* mtint fl������w nil Hip  difficult a-venuei deaeribed.  Bo, accordinir to the belief of the  rinlnen* memberR of their crew*, ������re  I ������������j tr,~\ttHi1"ittti P������<"!fit" "*���������-inptPHt-trsi"  accorded  aaf������   imasagf*   aeronii   the  Pacific. Por forty years the Canadian Pacific Steamships, Ltd.. have  operated on the Pacific without any  ������erfo������s neefdent nnd pTftetlcnlly no.  lofla of life, and the Chinese are confident that thia record haa been  achieved only by reaaon of their  evorclum of the evil god**--). Respectful of the relltcioua beUefa and  fancicn of all itn pa������������enjyera, tha  company allows Ihe Orientals to  practise their rellj-fiinia riten with all  ceremony, and the priv|lcg*ed occidental can watch tho prtveedlnpra  witSi MiriiiH������i<ii Jind amtitng but uii*  expressed unbelief.  will laughi heartily at Sufit. Flefct^s  coiicern for the coffers of the C.P.R.  in this connection, and as the selling at Creston has only, to do with  the  paesengere aboard at the start  of- the   run the trade   the  newsie  may be  deprived   of is. limited ijn-  deed.    The   Review   ventures  the  prediction "that since the fruit selling privilege  fcaB been withdrawn  the C.R.R. income from such train  sales  has   ndt  increased   two  per  cent, and   never  will because  the  quality  and price of  train fruit is  not  conducive  lo  big  business in  that line.    The C.P.R. has little, if  anything, to lose, and directiy has  much to gain by this station platform selling of fruit, and   now the  matter has  been   brought  to the  attention   of   vice president   Cole  man, at Winnipeg, the best may be  hoped'for. .' .,'.;-���������'���������  blem, but  without acquaiaiting its  readers with either the gopd or bad  points of the suggested arrangement, with the true Penticton cooperative spirit the Herald will  have nothing to do with it. And  yet iii the face of this' and similar  incidents in the past the Herald  wonders why Cresion is 'slow to  take on the new .Okanagasi cooperative scheme.     ' '~y    .*���������-���������> V  imi Ad Aeiraimaff  ayfowtfji^wm _nrtoa  9bP~~~x t  -new  eoaflaaA to  Whether Creston finally lands in  the B. C. Growers, Limited, or not,  the  sooner that concern  gets into  the control of the permanent diaec-  tors and geneaal manager, so much  the better for the big selling organization. "" From all points that joined   tip local fruit unions are  busy  passing  resolutions   and   generally  giving  orders  as to how the B.C.  Growers shall operate, with Penticton   deserving  of   special   mention  when  it  comes  to  exhibiting  the  real   non-co-operative   spirit, their  prize effort being a recent   resolution advising the directors who not  to hire for manager, the list including   several   who    are    thorougly  acquainted with   B.C.'s marketing  problem   aud   who. under  normal  conditions have made quite a sue  cess  in   the   past  of  fruit  selling.  The Herald,,too, seems to have become  innoculated   with   the   same  serum of selfishness, as it were, and  last issue worked a little of it out of  its system in the following observation:    ''Vernon has been the scene  this past week or two of a continuance  of  the "bedroom  politics" of  other   days.      Guy   Constable,   of  Creston, is given credit by some of  his associates for various proposals  whioh those opposed to them claim  would have virtually  wrecked the  new organization and restored the  old O. TT. Q. conditions.     Ib is also  Btated   that  a  plan was on foot in  the same quarters  to create an independent brokerage house to act  for central, and whioh. wouln have  included 0. L. Lowe  and^ G. Constable in its personnel.    Up to date  the central board has not  listened  kindly  to  any of the  various suggestions of this oharaotor.4*    As explained   fco  us   Mr. Constable   and  some others of tho temporary directors  have evolved an independent  brokerage arrangement that might  j havt*   h<������!S(>utS   ~iii~ierh~Y.y in Hoiviug  ' the B. C. Growers marketing  pro-  ���������-.   ���������-, ���������_   <~t flrst-eiaas  Mdueed to >������g -  63.60 an aore.  Pra-empt-ftm   vegred londa o-aly.  land suitable fw asrtcmtS^p^joa���������  and which la non-timber land*  ' Partnership pre-eznptlona elkdiahed.  but parties or not mora than four mar  aaranEtt- for adJ*>o������nt' ^jga-eaBPtloaa  with joint real������en������e. i>nt aa������i>. maMn������  gaw^ary Inis^venienta^.-pjpitr������*ss������ctlye  ^ JPra-emptora must acewwr clataxa for  five rears and mak*-Improvements to  value of $10 per acre. Including otoar-  mg and cultivation of at least 5 acrea.  b^re receiving Crown Grant.  vvnere pre-emptor In occupation not  lesa* than 8 years, and has 'made proportionate lmprovementa. h������ may, because of ill-health, or other cshiso. b������  equated !nten&ediat������ -certificate ef iaa-  provement and transfer hla claim. '  Records without permanent residence, may be: issued, provided applicant makes Improvements to extent of  -?800 per annum and records same each  year. Failure to make- lmprovementa  or record-same will operate aa for-  .- xeiture. Title cannot be obtained In  ������",^K1 6 years, and lmprovementa  of 910.00 per acre, includinfr 5 acrea  cleared and cultivated, and residence  of nt least 2 years are required. <&  Pre-emptor holding Crown i&rant  may record another pre-emption, if he  requires, land in confunetloh with his  tuaf occupation, pro-  farm, without act_        ,  vlded statutory improvements" made  Mid residence maintained on Crown  granted land.  Er1^.1*? De 5-ow-JBiaa axter fulfllllns real  aentlal and, Improvement oondltions.  Por araalnf and'industrial purposes  areas   exeaedlnv   ������40   aoree   maybe  ������S?������ ^/.S80 P������������"������ or oompany.  tinull fefS0^ .w ������n<ttt5U*iaIaltea cm  timber land not exeeedlnjr 40 acres  may be purchased; oonolUons Include  payment of stumpam.  ' i... iiVU? hay Sneadowo Inaccessible  by i?.l8tl>W ronda may ba purchased  conditional upon construction of a rood  to them.   Rebate of one-half of coat of  Prtcdi is������mSde?*dln* ^,*. ������"***������������>  PRE-EMPTORS' ^HHK      QRANT������  m . ���������       *., ACT,,.*.,..  I   The aoona of this Aot le anlanred to  Include ail peraons MSaSMgtmtT  ing withHls Majesbpa Vontm.    The  Ume within whloCtheheirs or de*������  &%i&0^ar^lSm������ia"%ffia  SSSS? '^SS* SRteL* ������aath tS  aueh person,  aa formerly,  until dne  rear, axter the coaduaton <~t .the nnnnt  n������ feoe r������la,tln������ to KBrt-emptlo^are  due w- payable >y solfllsrs Sn^nrS-  ���������mpUons i^orde^aflw June if, ftis  T������m ara remltteO^ five ye&ri  rrovUitm for return tf moneys ac-  r>������^'.<m������ and bean paid amee Auouit  W14, on ao^unrorpaymenSriM  *wn or oity lots held by mi  towh  Allied  ihaae  rs of  acquired  jteld by mam'  llstment te March Ml. Ittio.       ' ^  ^U������-PUnCHA������ftn������ OF CROWN  . made   for  Ti Provision  Crown  Crown  purchasers     ���������  ���������Mrrohaee, Involving forfstti  falm^nt o/������������ndlt%sv^ ^  lasuanae  ���������rants to aub-purchasera  of  ���������from  eompleu  on fui-  Olalm whoYa of drialnal nar  i dr mStL^r* V~r  tbsdi  |iere.eub-  la of or% , .   tie and tew:ea Ttutj}  ti  ere  be' diatiributed  whole  ai  made by  ORAxiNa a  daySopmentof Ihrefioek'lnduSSy1]^110  Uributed ^ixroportionately   <  over  be  videa for  ������y pro-  ranKe  aa Tor arasina' districts and  .ministration   under   Oommlaaioner.  i numbetw ranged: *bilorl������y'"or*"eBtab?  med owners, Bfook-owners may  nn Associations for ranse mannae-  ~tit.    Urtttt. or pmrtimil*.  frmm^ ,*,������^.rM_  tor aftUMa. oampera or travelfars,' up  m*wmw*. >*?  ODHE CBEOT0H REVIEW  a/  JAS. ADLARD  PASNTER  WALLPAPER SAMPLES  CRESTON  Harness and  Shoe Repairs  I have now opened the  ~-*r\at-~-t~������-T~r.-~  nmW KGOTEKflYS  Cranbrook Boy Scouts raised $200  at a recent entertainment in that city  to finance scout work with this year.  Trail eouncal has at last decided to  expend $15,000 in the erection of an  up-to-date fli-e hall and the purchase of  additional fire fighting equipment.  Iff. Chekdrcv a bugologist, will be at  Grand 7Forkt all shnlmer trying lo  Ptam^^ontcddllini? inoth  which made  men  atrrxftit  t~i.4^rm *.  Lftt~  The O. P. R. will  employ   400  this season re-laying the track in .|he~  Bev-elstoke division   with 10(J-lh steel.  Prospects are good for a busy season  at golf this year^ at Fernie. Already  twenty new members have *join������*r the  cli������bL';; ��������� ���������-:���������?". '���������-   '���������'���������."  Block; and am competent  and ready to do all kinds  of leather repairs.  last fall,  ^Be-eansefthey failed to pay their  jrates PenU^tonj../!oancil last week cut  pffthe water'ahd light on fifty householders ,'in'':"th:at'-'^wh. who combined  owe the city $1400.  house to carry out his part of the  bargain. However, on his way he advises some of his friends from the  battleship of his intentions. They advise him to fight it out and eot give  up his option, Witb their assistance  be succeeds in getting the better of  Oman.    In  tbe fight at the house the  it* appearance in some orchards there 0rienta8 is killed;    Boyd rescues the  LINES9 HARNESS and  HARNESS PARTS  -turned out on short notice  See me for low quotations  on new Harness for  Spring.  The courthouse at Rossland is to be  r^monelled in order to provide addi-  xianal high school accomou-aticn !������  that town.  To take care of  an   expected   bfg,  increase in tourist traffic a six room  addition is being built to the hotel at  "Windermere.        .  girt and later exercises his option.  PimAIN a OS*NANIENTJkL.  ootvanars work  (Canyon)      BRICKSON P.O.  Sr*  B.C.  Kaslo is hewing difficulty in getting  a sky pilot healthy' enough to handle  the English Church work at Kaslo and  Slocan points.  With the exception  of peaches the  The   Women* Auxiliary   of  Revel-  stoke G^vV.V.A". h������is contracted for  the erection of $2fl0^granite pillar in  shut fiQwn."���������i~t't-*r~-i-~'"'of ibe .G;en who  served in the great war.  There is considerable rejoicing in  Oj-anbrook because*hat town will not  have a**.* baseball team in the East  Kootenay league-.this year, and there  will be no Sunday baseball  After waiting three months for a  president to turn ,up Kaslo Women's  institute has at least been able to  have. its annual' election   of   officer*?,  :'*'r'N:OTIC'.EJ  Notice of Mfouriiiiieiit of  Court ot Revision  Is there any  Meat in the  House?  JEStaftttefefi 1915 on t^a Fifing Uue  Lo^Graip Loop, lct.2095  M^tsTHIRDTHURSOAY of  ���������''***" ea;ch inionth at Mercantile  .Hall. Visiting brethren cprdi-  ''������������������ ally invited. **  BR)LC OLSON W.M.  $$0&jplg������li$3  Okanagan looks for a heavy crop of alt j j-^Mrs. Jas. Anderson has consented  tree fruits.    Pearslook  exceptionally I to preside for: three months only,  well tnis spring. ���������-... y\    . 1  Fernie ���������QvW.V.A. has just invested  in the Pollock building which  will be fitted up for permanent qua?  t������*r8 for the vets.   ���������  Reported Missing  ** Building permit femes at Penticton  for March totalled $251780, whilst���������' the  total for the first three months of the  year is but $27,050.  The girls' class of Kaslo Methodist  church has just presented'the church  with a new and much appreciated  electric lighting system,  **���������  The Ledge com plains that at Green*  wood there is considerablestealing of  glass frames wherewith to make hot  beds for early yegetableH.  The G. W. V. A. at Revelstoke has  Invested    $3000   in   the   old   hospital  1" building  in the t-bwn, which  will be  fitted up for club purposes.    '  Men's Half Soles, $1.25  Women's Half Soles, $1,00  Guaranteed for 6 months.  *���������*- Cranbrook 'Rotary Club has now  nsensbesshl'^oFi twenty-five^   >n  A Sock of fifty young qua:  liberated   at Trail last week   int the  hope of bettering tlie bird shooting in  that section in the near-future..  No better story for motion picture  purposes -has ever been utilized than  the tale which forms the basis of "Reported "Missing," the Owen Moore  -picture which is to be presented at the  Grand Theatre, Saturday night.   '���������"  Richard Boyd (Owen  Moore) comes J  into possession of the Boyd shipping!  'Company by inheritance.    This^com-  pany has an option on a h nge fleet of  ships which  is much sought after by  a scheming Oriental shipping magnate.  Yoiihg Bi>ydi -Who has been an idler  does not Qeeni to care whether Oinan  the man in question gets the ships or  not.   In fact he" doesn't seem to enjoy  anything but a -good time.    The early  scenes   showing   Bovd   after  a   wild  night r are   full   of  laughs.      Pauline  Dunn, who is more than ordinarily interested in  Boyd, determines to make  hint get down to business.     She urges  PUBLIC "NOTICE is hereby given  that it is the intention of the undersigned. ':' during    the - sittings   of   the  Court of Revision ; or the Kasio Electoral District to he held at Kaslo on  the 21st day of May, 1923, and after  heating such matters as may then and  there    be   brought   before   the  said  Court, to adjourn the Sittings of tbe  said Oourtof Revision to Tuesday, the  22nd. day of May. lJftS, such adjourned  Sittings to ht* held at Creston, in the  said -Electoral''..'District at- the Provincial Const-ible*s Office, -it two o'clock  in the afternoon, for the purpose of  hearing all such   further   matters   as  may there be brought before the said i  Court. ���������-"'���������'���������"���������  .���������;.'"������������������: RONALD HEWAT,     ,  Registrar of Voters for the  Kabln Electoral District  Kaslo, B.C.  April 6th, 1923;  Tbis is the first question that* presents itself  "to the "housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a meal.. But why  worry*?  Shamrock Brand  Hartis and Baton  Finest QaaUty  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  7   Bologna, &e������  axe always to be bad  here. In meats nothing  quite equals ���������Shamrock'  products.  & CO., Ltd.  a  Farm Sale Notes  Ifc* PERIAJ-   BANK  C W. AL&AN,  OF CANADA.  G3RBSTON BHANGHS  him to save the ships for America.  Boyd agrees to this and gives hi? word  Kaslo ratepayers will he>ask������?d to that he win exercise his option. This  B&nction the expenditure of $5000 in inf,���������.iates Omnts who determines tc  giving tbe town a fine park and bath- kWnap Boyd. This he does aud is  Sag equipment on the Uke shore.        ^_ jcojupellea also sbJkjdoap Pauline, who  -raises an outcry when Boyd is.spirited  away. ���������* The two are pnt aboard a bhip  Which goes to sea, with tbe intention  of keeping Boyd out of tbe way until  the option expires. A storm comes  tip and the ship is stranded.  Pauline's uncle demands that Oman  return   the   gifif.   This   the   Oriental  agrees to "do. _ He searches for the lost  ship and 'upon finding it sails for home  in his high pow|r*d boat withthe girl  aboard.      In   tilie   meanwhile^ young  BovtV is rescued'by the crew of a battleship.   He giyjes chase  to Oman in  a Navy hydroplane.   Oman  wins the  race, however, and makes the < girl   a  captive, hoping to hold her and la this  way  make Boyd, give hiin the option.  The young man fearing- for the girli  agrees  to do this and goes to GjurkTu  What 4������ you intend i������ do with your sale  notes? Bring them to lliis Bank for discount  or safe keeping. You will find prompt, courteous and complete ImnMng service at our  nearest branch.  OTl  .Managar.  The days are lengthening, and the weather will soon be getting hot 1  Have You Lighter Clothing  We hi"tve just opened a shipment which ineiudes-  PINK TROUSENAIN  One / .(of Enfiland'a ohoioe Meroorized Cottons���������  ',~Zy    iBuitalile for Dre'3sea, Waists or  j . Dainty Underwear.  ���������   .?  -}7'LyZrZ ".*'���������   * ���������"���������        -������������������   ." ���������'    . ,   '  ENMfSH^ GINGHAMS  36mnh������4 wide, in nil new dcaiRns.  POTTER'S PRINTS  '-v.     Fast colore.  ���������' ���������'     *   '      *t  PRINTED VOILES  Drees lenRthe, in a variety of choice patternBand  oolorings.   , ' t .."iy   *  * -'*.'( *i ' *-  CANADIAN PRINTS  Other new arrivals include Canadian Prints, at  25o., in a variety ot colorings, etc,  *���������' "( *������  ������������������ ���������,'- ;������������������.   GAPS':Pbr'iMJ$$zz-::l  Several different, hut all new, sty Ice,  1V|i^ Shoes for Men  have  also  arrived  :^'z-y'r '    BetibervaliieB are given than for yeara paafc.   ��������� All new styles.''"  "-'.'Z -    '        "y?Z "-'Zi " -..-.!:��������� , ; .* .      *   *  COME   AND   SEE   THEM  2tfc  Cih%h w* jyv"!!" jf% ������~t ii    i\^iiriini#*a m ^|iw>  If to g UN   IfiEttUf-lil I  _\ _ L    ���������  OlfBrAiiY  mr   *ionna  QE1.F*INX>IJLGENCE is suimi^  >^ted to be a siga of-a weak, and  ���������sel������4enial of a strong charactero  Are you bmldsng up both your character and your Savings Bank^ accomit  bv thoughtful eoonewnies and toe ae-  posit c f all your surplus wages each  y day*  *W������) TOclnftm r aecowaite, la^BC i  THE GAblM^IAH l^JK  OF CCS  FAID-?JP CAPITAL  RESERVE FUND  $S5.0009������)G^  CRESTON BRANCH* C.IS. ~~b*~~~f^Mi~~~ts^$/s_-j  Hot  and  Water  Sheet Metal Work,    A good stpek of Fipe  r and Pipe Fittings on hand.  , . *"  E.W. RYCKMAN,.~Creston  i  Mow Ist the TIsssb  ior Winter  We have just the kind of Lumber you need  ������to do tnis work.  *  f  Protect your house from Fire by  building a Brick Chimney  We have the Brick 1  Aho Lime, Cement, Shingles, Lath, Mouldings, ������ftc  Canyen City LumUor Coinpaiy X  THE  CRESTON  REVIEW  Local and Personal  JETor   that   complete    fishing   tackle  outfit- eee Mawson Bros.  G. M. Argue is a business visitor at  Vancouver.    He left on Friday.  A. E. McKenzie's bulk - seeds at  catalogue prices.    Mawson Bros.  Pigs Fob Sale;���������Six weeks old  April 25th, $6 apiece.    A. Comfort.  Fleischmann's yeast arrives Monday,  "Wednesday and Saturday. Mawson  Bros.  FOB Sale���������200-egg Peerless incubator, in good shape. $15. Sum Moon,  "Wynndel  Apple Butter, ma*ie in B.C., in one.  pound glass jars and four pound pails.  Mawson Brothers.  8 Fob Sauk���������Hand sewing machine  in good order, $12. Mrs. "Varley,  Vicarage, Creston.  For  Pianoforte, Organ and  Singing Lessons  ARTHUR COLLIS, Creston  P.O. Box76  Cab Fob Sale���������McLaughlin Four,  going at a bargain Lo spot cash buyer.  C. Maxwell, Oreston.  White Wyandotte Eggs, from pedigree cockerel, $1.25  for setting of 14.  for  W. Ash, Creston.  Pigs Fob Sale;���������Well bred  young  pigs, ready May 1st, $7 apiece.    Mrs  J. B. Rund, Wynndel.  Bicycle Fob Sale���������Red Bird make,  in good shape, $25. Oan be seen at  Speers' store, Creston.  White  friends  Premier Oliver  Here April 20th  Mrs. J. E. Havden of the  Lunch spent a few days with  at Cranbaook last week.  CRESTON  BAKERY  and  TEA' ROOM  Something New  All the Time  For the best in Confectionery, Biscuits, Cakes  Bread try us.  (^^#**������aM,3fi&--������r  5^**"fc^rf"*s.ss i*-  Cream  Buns  Chocolate Eclairs  Sally Lunns  .fS. Tromblev of Sibbald. Alberta, is  combining business with pleasure on a  visit to Creston this week.  Fob , Sale���������Rubber-tyred baby  buggy, good as new," $15. Can be  seen at Mawson Bros, store.  If you like a good comedy don't  miss "Reported Missing," the Saturday night show at the Grand.  April 30th is the last day for making  your Dominion income tax returns.  Get the forms at the postoffice.  Fob Sale���������Strawberry plants, "Van  San varietv. healthy stock. . Apply  Fruit Growers Union. Creston,  Hatching Eggs���������From prizewin*-  ning strain Rhode Island Reds, $1.50  per setting of 15.    A. Comfort,  Messrs. C. O". and Floyd Rodgers  were business visitors at Spokane.::.  few days at the end of the week*!  Mi s. W. P. Stark is back   on a visit  to the old   home   here   after   residing  nea  "V****-  SATURDAY lind  MONDAY SPECIAL  SOAP  8 CARTONS  *sa for the  past year.  R. G. A. Hockjtey got back the latter  part of the week from Victoria, where  he has spent the past two months.  Fob Sale���������Remington 22 calibre  repeating rifle, good as new, $20.  Mrs.- H. Varley, Vicarage Creston.  Chickens Fob Sale���������Shoemaker  heavy laying strain Black Langshans.  price right.    G. Leadbeater, Erickson.-  4  The epidemic of flu in town ~rs now  easing off, though there are still quite  a number confined to the houses with  it.  Due to a shortage" of spice a report  of Tuesday night's session of Greston  Board of Trade is held over till nest  issue.  ~K.  Kleifct is   a  business    visitor  at  J  .*"  Rosthern, Sask., .this week, to, which  poi nt he has' gone' with a carload of  apples. ,{  Fob Sale���������White Leghorn and  Barred Rock pullets, most o������ them  laying, $1> apiece.   jMrs.  J.   B������ Rudd.  *W-ynride!/. ���������?: y"' Z *;4  -     "*��������� .P--.-    ���������"���������������������������       ?   .' ���������    LrPPi-- ?% .     ,  Miss Mary Bush, who has spent the  past three months with friends at  Coleman. Alta.. #ot home; the latter  part of the week.  School opened again on Monday  after the Easter vacation, with an  attendance of almost 220 in both high  and public schools.  Senator l>iinlap anil Van San StrawbeiTy Plants, guaranteed free from  weevil. ^ $8 per thousand. Monrad  .Wigen,* Wynndel.   " "    ''  -   Fob     Sale���������Purebred Mammoth  Bronze  Gobbler,   weighs 35   pounds,  two years old, price $10. Mrs. Thos.  A. Weaver, Lister.  Mrs. Cherrington and son Jim,  ���������along with her gn6st; Miss Smiddons  of Regina, Sask., spent a few days  with Nelson friends last week.  Fob Sale���������Coal oil stove, three  burners, in good shape. Also Kirs-bin  stump puller, good ns new, and two  bicvcles.    F. Knott, Canvon.  At the "Women's Ihstitue nieeting  Friday afternoon, April 18, arrangements will be made for the annual  flower show whieh will be held next  month.  - The turnout at the girls got-tngethei  nlub tea at Mrs. Henderson's ��������� on  Saturday afternoon was rather; smaller  than usual, the cash intake being less  than $5. ,  The C.P.R, yard, station grounds  and adjacent territory got its annual  dean up the section crews at the end  of the week and look much better for  tht? effort.  Presbyterian Ladies" Aid aro having  a mile of cooking along with an  afternoon tea in Speers1 Hall, 8at.ur-  day. April 21, 8 to 5,&0, tn which all  are invited.  Bob Avis of Nelson in hare at  present doing fencing around ten  acres hank of tbe* old Stocks & Jackson  ranch, which h<! ptirchaised at the land  sale hint fall.  The Ltiheral Association was  advised by wire on Tuesday evening that Premier John Oliver  will be here on Friday next, April  20th, and will address a mass  meeting in the Grand Theatre at  8 o'clock, his address having  largely to do, with the freight  rates fight the Victoria admin-  istration is now waging with the  Ottawa and railway authorities.  A meeting will likely be arranged  for 2 p.m., Saturday, in Speers  Hall at "Which the premier will  address the ladies on legislation*  affecting women. Tea will Jbe  served and an opportunity given  for all the ladies to meet, the  premier, who leaveson the 4 p.m.  train for Nelson.  Fob Sale���������Strawberry plants. Glen  Mary Van San and Senator Dun lap,  good hardy plants, $8 a thousand.  J. Kelly (Andy-Miller Ranch),Creston.'  S Geo. Hendren was the successful  tenderer for \he placing-*^>f cement  pillars under Christ Church, and will  start work on the job immediately.  Mrs. R. McLeod arriyed from Trail  on Monday and the family are now  getting settled in their residence gt  the corner of Victoria Avenue and  Hillside Road.  GRAPE VINES���������Can supply Concords and otherf varieties. These  grapes took first prize at -Creston fair  in 1922. Price. 50c. each. S. Pascuzzo, Sirdar, B.C.  Mrs. Foreman and children left  the end of the week for Nslson, where  Mr. Foreman nas secured a position in  a garage, and where thcy will make  their future home*.  E. W. Ryckman and family are now  occupying the residence .on Victoria  Avenue vacated by Miss Husitel, who  left a few days tgo on an extended  visit to friends ir.   Montana.  In connection with Christ Church  Junior Guild silver tea at the Parish  Hall on Saturday afteanoon. April  14th, a short play will be given at  4.30 p.m.    Tea from 2.30 to 5.30.  The first closeciUin car to make its  appearance locally is now seen on the  streets. It is a -Ford sedan owned by  C. W. Allan, who took delivery of  his stylish runabout at the end nf the  week.  Although March is 'reckoned one of  the slack months on the Kootenay  River ferry, the_ mouth end returns  show that 376 round trips "were made-  carrving 247 double "rigs and in the  neighborhood of 500 passengers.  The Ted Williams Entertainers  novelty dance carnival advertised for  last Monday night under G W.V.A.  auspices had to be cancelled at the last  minute. The company lost its equip-,  ment somewhere between here and  Spokane.  ii     i i i    ii i -i i  R. McMasters of Sirdar was a business visitor in town on Saturday. The  work trains at that point are putting  100 cars of rock and earth a. day into  the nii afc the Landing at paesent.  The building season has already  opened with a start on the erection of  a six room cottage for Mrs. Edmondson on Grand vie wtleights, a bungalow  for A. C. Pierson on Memorial  Avenue, as well as a new garage for  A. Davis.  Monday was th'e last day for taking  names for the provincial voters list  and the rush was so heavy in town  that the supply of registration forms  were exhausted. At least 100 new  names were added by the town .vote  registrars. '''  Owing to the editor having to make  another trip to Calgary to eons.-.lt Dr.  Gunn, the well-known eye specialist,  the Review is printed on Wednesday  morning, which will account for the  absence of mention of "mid week  happenings.  The Sunday school in connection at  Christ Church has been re organized  and is now under the superintendeney  of Principal Lallamond of the Alice  Siding school. New teachers have  been added ahd the school is now well  staffed throughout.  J. A. Grant of Calgary, prairie  ftuit markets commissioner, was' a  business visitor here on Saturday.  He is getting a line up on the prospective berry crop this year with a  view to assisting selling agencies with  8- distribution that will equalize  distribution and assist in keeping ������p,  ps-ices.  Mr.    and    xMrs.     W.   J.    Truscott  .arrived home on Monday.    They were  married   at    Vancouver    on     Easter  Monday, and spent the honeymoon at  Victoria and Seattle.     The  bride was-  nt   formerly    Miss    May     McLain,    who  Attention,  For the 1923 fishing season w.e  are offering two substantial  prizes to the fishermen who have  ^the good fortune not to let the  biggest ones get away, and the  only regulations 'attached i to the  contest are: 1. Fish must be  caiight with tackle purchased at  this store, and, 2. TEe Itisfi "must  be presented at onr store as taken  from water to be weighed and  measured so that an exact record  may be kept of all catches. The  rewards are:  FIRST PRIZE  $113.00    Brookside Telescopic   Bait  Rod for heaviest trout.    .  SECOND  PRIZE  $5.00  Frencb^Fishing;, -Basket   for  heaviest bass.     -    '       "     .   ���������  Prizes awarded Nov. 15, 1923.  tion ditch. In addition to several  head of horses they disposed of here  they droye out to Porthiil with eight  4-horse teams.and  much equipment.  Mrs. J. J. Walker. Mrs. H. H.  Pitts and Mrs. Dunk of Nelson aie  Creston yisitors this week, under  Women's Institute auspices, and are  giving instruction in cut lace work to  quite a large class of ladies who  gathered Tuesday and Wednesday at  the home of Mrs. Garland. Mrsf  "Walker is staying with Mrs. Bennett,  while the two latter ladies are guests  of Mrs. Garland.  taught at Canyon City about seven  years ago. Both have many friends  in the Valley by whom heartiest con.  gratulations are extended.  . The quartette . of Strouie. Alta.,  ranchers who have been quartered on  the vacant lot next the Maione place  for the past two weeks, pulled out on  Sunday for Allisburg, Wash., where  they are, going to work  on   an   irriga-  FRUIT  RANCH   FQR SALE  Ten acres of first class orchard, with  plenty of water for irrigation. Apply  to owner, ALF. PALMER.   Erickson.  Anglican Church Services  SUNDAY, APRIL 15  CRESTON SIRDAR  8 and 11 a.m. 7.30 p.m.  *������������������  to own a Ford than now.    The price tells the  You canpajpnQr^ ior arcaiy b^t^oi^ canpot^t better  value fbr your iribfleyi    The Fom is the f(#'lor the  ;. man who wants the most for his money.  SERVICE, as we understand it, means giving you  what you want, as you want it, and when you  .    -. want ii.: 'Try'us, "\i..,'-, 1  MAWSON  flfittsr   BDftTUCDC   Lcwuf  Sorvfoe   DnUinEnO   price*  j  YOU MUST WORK, EAT AND SLEEP  . .. . ' I .  IU    lUlA \  '.���������vi  But to be at your best in" the former respect it is absolutely essential that y<c>u sleep  well'and with tile season of heavy worlrat tiani} restful and refreshing Is^jep ia all-  the more essential. V v  The first requisite for a good night's rest is a bed  with good Springs and Mattress; without these your  rest is bound to-be broken, and certainly not restful.  Simmon's Mattresses  filled with white cotton felt, with ticking of  attractive designs, conceded to be the best made.   v  Simmon's Springs  These tire the Banner Coil Springs constructed  of the highest grade carbon steel wire with special  top hieing, raised and braced to stop swaying.        ,  j  WMMO^JJ^JJIWM**  PRICES RUniJOKDat  DING   LAUNDRY  f>������������������u������ri*M 01<Jijm������.   nm\    lli'nt   F.amuliy.  Washing 55c. to 65c. Dozon  Wr.in\\-\. -uid rut refill   utttuitlori   Us al  work.      Laundry under tirw iiuunigoi''   "J  Vffis have a fall uiock in both linen  at al tractive prices  Dry Goods  BJ8 Uwwl IlitP  Furniture  Hardware  ���������iiimiiniMiiMi" "*"*' '.���������^������������������"'-^������������������-"iimMM^i

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