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 Vol. XV.  CRESTON, B. G., FBI^AY, FEBRUARY 28, iS&3  No. 3  'mm^m^im^^^^i  wan  Last "Wednesday's hard tiroes dance  put on by, the Wynndel Ladies Aid  was a huge'success; Prizes ~xvere  awarded to Miss M. Topliss and Mr.  Packman. Everyone was Jgpling  good, anda real good tirae was spent.  The Co Operative Fruit Growers  held a meeting on Tuesday night to  receive j������ report from the B.C. Be**ry  Giowers Association.     r  The United (farmers h������d J>heir ann  nat meeting on Thursday night, when  H. F.l Packman was elected president*  and'A.- H. Piggott re-elected secretary.  The U.F. mm bas a new and lively  entertainment committee and great  things are expected of them.  Mrs. J. B. Budd left on Monday for  VaiMouver,-.where she will undergo  hospital treklsnent for. diabetes, from  ���������which she haa been a great sufferer of  late.'  There will be a dance ���������-in the old  schoolhouse on Saturday night, under  United Farmers' auspices, dancing to  start at 8 o'clock. ' Gentlemen SOc.,  ladies please bring lunch. AU wet-  come.  Miss Tresa Churchill, who has been  visiting Nelson friends for .a few days,  returned -home ������. n Tuesday.  Guy Constable, who has been a  business visitor* nt "v*<������rnon and other  Okanagan points thepast three weeks,  arrived home on Monday.  Messrs. Carr, Sutcliffe and Hood  have been busy with their teams the  ^past week stocking up Creston firms  -with a summer's supply of ice. the last  cold snap giving the frozen fluid  thickness of almost eighteen inches.  B. Mawson, Fred Browell, Hilton  Young-, Misses Muriel and Frances  Knott, Fred and Alfred Bond, Jeffrey  Knott, Alfred Speaker' and Charlotte  and Stella Speaker, Kathleen.And Bob  Clayton, * Jim Batenrn&rs, Normaa,  Minnie and Kita Strong ^and Ernest  -Hickey. V  -.���������-  A-- G. Samtileson expects to complete his contract citt of 5000 ties for  Canyon City "Lumber Company, Ltd.,  by tbe end of the month. With the  good sleighing that faas 'prevailed the  couipiiny have now completed tbe  haul of the Samuelson  cut of poles.  Mrs. McPhatter and Miss Vickere?,  who have' been visitors with Mrs.  "Wetherhead. left at   tbe   end   of   the  nw-lft   ���������������������**       V   nit^*'UV*4  11  Three sleighloads of Lister people  were here on Saturday night for the  minstrel show. The suinstiels -are  haying a meeting-this *vjf*eek to decide  whether they will accede to^ the  request for the appearance of the  minstrels at .Lister and Porthiil.  Thft-socia! committee cf the United  Farmers are putting on a whist drive  and dance at the schoolhouse on Saturday night, Feb. 24thc to which al!  are invited.  - It would look as if "considerable land  clearing will be done in the Canyon  area this year, judging" by; the orders  for powder that are already in the  hands of Secretary Kolthammer of the  United Farmers. . ~'  Mr. and Mrs. G$6. -Young of Creston  were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs.  Driffll. - ~Zy*    ,  has   been   a  hospital,   has  , Mrs.   Kearney.f, who  patient   in  Cranbrook  returned home-   y  Miss Roberts ofjKasld has arrived on  a yisit to Mr* and^Mrs. McKt nnen.  Miss Scbmidt'o&Sirdai. was a weekend guest of Mrs. Sunt.  A basket- social; and dance was held,  in Hunt's Hall foi'' the' benefit of the  school. EyeiyohC-bad  time. Financially it  so K~"t-~i.-.-~i.n-it,  pansive    conntehknces  and  an enjoyable  was  a   great  even the ex-  of Trustees  Hunt.. Johnson and McGonegal' were  hardly spacious enough to adequately  show off the , smiles that they were  wearing. The fcbtal proceeds were  about $160. some of the baskets goibg  as high a& $20. -    y .  vincial poultry inspector, was here on���������  Saturday night, when he addressed a  fairly well attended^ meeting in the  schoolhouse, discussing tbe new Kootenay eggf marketing association which  will be opes for fcusir.esss.fc Nelson this  months Another meeting will be held  on Thursday night here to be attended  by:-those interested, at Canyon, at  which arrangements' will be made for  co-operative effort in handling egg  shipments from both centies. ' At  Lister * almost 95 .per cent**, of the  egg output haa been signed up for the  new movement.  1923 Presfeyteiial  Convention  Wmst ���������*B*estion  EJ&f-BB*  Get This Book  A party of almost  half  a - hundred  * yonng" and middle aged residents - of  this   section   . foregathered. .-at   ihe  night, where One of,the biggest dances  of the season was held, accompanied  by a fine supper���������and a fine time, in  onsequence, is reported by all present.  The cold snap last' week cut the  school attendance ^t-o less than half a  coupte^-da?^-^Mtrssessions were held  every day nevertheless.  Ogilvie Milling Company have just  completed printing the most wonderful cook hook known to modern  science. "When you see and read it  you wiA be astonished and delighted  a [ at the simple yet efficient manner in  which all the hewitcberies "of cooking  are simplified. .Further, it gives a full  .and comprehepsiye article bn how, ta  feed.poidtr^^^vhat-lEinds of feed sire  ~><* -J-nrodaee:- the whites ; o������  e^to'^rdtf&c^the^Ikefof  eggS. Tfii6*.booV is*" a winder. ���������and  worth a pife of money. JBv'ery J������o use-  wife and eyery poultry raiser should  have the book, and' for the next  fifteen days only I will sell this wondrous book ut the low price of 30 cents,  but you must send your order in at  once so that I can have them come in  the next car and save heavy  postage.  The chilly and breezy weather that  prevailed on" tjne_'13th had. no terrors  for Social Club members, who were  out in almost full force for the  fortnightly dance at the clubhouse on  the Pendry place, excellent music being provided by Messrs. McNeil, Tom  Marshall and Hector Stewart.  Local and Personal  For   Sale���������Alpha   Babcock   tester  for-milk and cream,  new, $8.      Fred  K.'8mit*2.:-\ ,  G&nyoto &Itjf  Dr. Illsley of Salmon Arm. provin  cial veterinary inspector, * made an  official call at Canyon last week, and  made an. Inspection of the cattle at-the  Hnygens & VanAckeran ranch.  Dr. Henderson of Creston is a  frequent visitor In and through  Canyon. A few of the men at Camp3  have been on* tne sick list lately and  requiring his attention.  Guy Browell is taking a rest this  week. The heavy handling of lies and  truck driving-being a little too much  for his bad arm.  Dr. W ilson Herald,  throat specialist, will  Feb. JJ6, 27 and 28th.  ear,   nose and  he   in   Creston  "Messrs. BrownjV. Burgess and H.  Langston, who have been visitorsbere  for a week, left fqVKlockmann again  on Sunday to resume woi k.  F. Bunting-and familv aie moving  to'l'orthsll for a.few months, where  Frank is working at lumbering operations near that Wwn.  _ A_nnmber fron(s: here   were  at   the  *������������ *x. ~ I "ML.'  -          i  ttm~K0Jt.li     acuuumuuiie     \ru    i  night for a   dance,r which   was  very  largely attended -and a very fine time  was spent by all tbe guests.  tfyvmtvo.      -rLin.ir~t.tr0..:JSr~.       *.' .   , 1 ~        ~\.~  mm.xxrv     m.^ixfa^taavjxvxj,.,     A.0-t~rttM      UC4>^      ���������t~~~9-l~t.  made the trip tp Canyon tor the  minstrel show on Saturday night, but  were rather disa**t*'nointed is the evening's fun, the. show being more of a  nuisical affair than real minstrelsy.  Jas.jJEhiscroffcwhcts.bas ^beeis - con-,  fined to the bousecthe past .week with  a v-erv I^Vere cb^d W^able to be about  Again as-usual. ^ .-, ���������*>   "-;*--*  Misses Hedpath and Hardistyof the  school teaching: stafiV who have been  -staying at the Langston home the past  six months, are now stopping" with  Mrs. John Johnston.  A song service of Salvation Army  sacred numbers was held at the  Weston home on Sunday evening  with over twenty of the Listeir people  attending and very much enjoying the  musical  occasion.  The donkey engine was dismantled  last week and hauled to Canyon siding  for shipment to the coaBt, but us yet  nothing is doing at shipping out the  stock of lumber.  C. W. Travesof Grand Forks, pro-  J. W. Pendry and family, who  have been residents here for almost  the past two years, have moved across  to Creston,, and are occupying the  house on the Tose ranch.  Jack Stephens is here from Tacoma,  Wash., at present, and is busy at  present at woodcutting operations.  -    - ; * 0,  West Creston appears .to .have heen  wander than other points in the  Valley during last week's cold dip, ten  below-being the coldest experienced  here.      ��������� ,  Some'trapping operations are being  .carried on tn thia section, but about  the only successful ones 'are -the Indians who are getting a* few rats.  ' r The good sleighing   which   followed  last week's cold dip has been so well   taken advantage of by the hav haulers   a that* very few stacks- if  any*   of  this  *u*t **Jtwx0   \ - *  feed can now be seen on the flats.   -  Johnny French is now stopping  with John Irvine whilst attending the  Klociivan school.       /  I The below zero weather of last week  has put a "thick coat of ice on ' the  ������������������s^tqj������ ���������qtjjJ the ferry is laid -es** - for the  time" being. ��������� According to the official  records; January was about Jthe busiest  month the; ferry baa ever had, almost  (8~0 round trips being maderlast month.  ^With tbe^prospect ^of^*|^-������������ad'?^  connect with the Klocknjann .place  being-given.serious attention this year  -there is iikely t*x~be -considerable land  clearing this season. More prospectiye  land buyers have visited Creston the  past year than ever before and owners  ire expecting considerable demand For  land this year.   Canyon */ Minstrels had a packed  houBe for their Bhow at .the school*  house on Saturday night, and after  paying all exposes will have at least  $30 forthc piaho fund. The programme  menu consisted of twenty two numbein  about half of which were musical and  the others coon comedy sketches of n  most amusing sort and these along  with the music features were well  handled' in almost every instance.  Whilst nil taking part aro well deserv  ing qf tho many complimentary refer  encca mado to thcir effort, opecial  mention is due MIbh Muriel Knott  upon whom devolved the ta������h of  training the younger membors of tho,  troupe, all of whom acquitted them  Helves most creditably. As pianist  Principal Kolthammer also helped  vv������.������t������������*H������"������������������-" !���������������* -rmtf|n������������ th������������ wlinw ������������v������������r in  tr-        .- , r-   1 ..... 4       l     -     ^1    - *���������       H ,  Hiitisfuctory atyle.    Those ttiklng part  were Mr. and   Mm.   Ko!tharnm������:r,   T,  Creston Rod and Gun Club annuul  meeting at the office *-of.Major Miillan ���������  daine to-night at 8 o'clock.  Fob. Sa*cb���������Set single buggy ham-  ess, $5. Freeh milch cows, $50 np.  Sheep, Q10.   Fred K. Smith.  Auto Bob. Sai-b���������McLauprhlln car,  in good shape, cheap. Come and look  It over.   O. Maxwell, Creston.  Owing to a shortage of space thia  week a report of Tuesday night's  meeting of Oreston Board of Trade iB  held over till next issue.        _  The    Methodist    Ladies'    Aid   are  having a sliver   tea  at   Mrs.   Baker's  Oreston Cafe on Saturday afternoon  Feb. 24th. from 8 to 6 p.m.  Mrs. Elsdon of Nelfion was a weekend visitor here with her daughter,  Miss ElBdon, stenographer with Canyon City Lumber Co.. Ltd.      "  Mrt������. Chas. Mporc left tbia week for  Kuslo, where she will probably epond  the next month visiting her mother  and other friends In that town.  Ecigb Fort Hatohino���������Purpbred  "White Wyandotte setting eggs��������� from  good winter laycra,$l.25 per setting of  14 ogga.   Carl Wigen, Wynndel.  Sunny weather has prevailed tttneo  the end of tbe week, and Is rapidly  taking off the anowfall of about n foot  Unit *JiHKm������**!������M������-il wtonir on Tburwlay 1n������(:,  after the cold snap nnd gales had caned  0~t.  GRAND THEATRE  Saturday, FEBRUARY  '' Mrs. Geo. Cartwright left this week  for a, holiday visit'with relatiyes and  friends in Cranbrook.  Walter Long has re-joined the staff  of the Imperial Bank v~,t Creston com-'  menqing work at the   middle   of  the  month.  THOMAS JEFTEKSON  A WARD LASGELIJE PfionueYiON  ���������gjgfoaacd tor HODglHgOW thru gWnttTaihBnaB Iwa  with the HAROLD LLOYD  Gomedj " ��������� -  Look Uut Below  AESOP FIL3ML FABLES  The Dog and the Wolves  BEOULAR PEICES.  Miss Green,, ptincipal of Erickson  school, was a week-end visitor at her  home in Kaolo, returning on Monday.  There wiii be a session of school oa  Saturday to make up the lost day.  Mitts Ruby Palmer left on Saturday  for Nelson where she is a visitor with  Mrs. Whimster for a few days.  After surviving last week's cold-dip  without a frozen main  anywhere  the  'water users1 community are quitd safe  n figuring bhe system frostproof.'  Apple shipping has been brisk thia  week. Staples Fruit Company, Llm*  ited, loaded out two straight cars on  Monday, whilst the Tuesday, way-  freight took away a couple hundred  more boxes. N  The Botterill home* was the rendezvous of the younger set of Creston and  Erickuoft on Tnewday uijgfiib ' when a  send off dance was given Joe Atkinoon.  who exppcts to leave this week for  Mullen, Idaho, where ho has secured a  position and will rcsldo 1n future.  Dancing wu������ the feature of the evening, with a Bumpbuous lunch served  about midnight.  Mrs. Jb'onton Smith was at home, to  bur numeroutii Erickson friends on  Tuendny evening of last week, whist  being tha feature of tho evening, with  tho high score prlsses going to Mrs. G.  P. Smith nnd T. W. Bundy, whilst  the low score trophies - were carried  off by Mrn, Bundy and Hoy Telford.  There was a splendid supper about  midnight. >nd tho evening was very  much enjoyed by all.  There ~was**a, large turnout���������witb  everv denomination in the town  represented���������at the initial and open  session of the annual conference of the  Women's Missionary Society Presbv  terial, which is in session here, at St."  Stephen's Church Tuesday night, the  local pastor* .Jtev. J. A. James;   co'n-  In  most happy fashion  greetings  weie  extended   the   guests  by Mrs. -  Lyne, from Christ   Church, and Mrs.  Fraiick. president  of  the-Methodist  LadiesT Aid. after   which   Mr^ James  also   bid    thena. a   cordial, welcome  coupled with the wish that their deliberations would be mutually helpful  and^tbeir visit pleasant socially.  . 'There is a  fail  -quota .of  delegates  present from the Presbyterian congregations at Grand Forka. Trail, Nelson  and     Cranbrook���������vtbe    ladies    being  billeted at a number- of Pi^abyterian  homes in town.  Following the opening features Rev.  Dr. Shearer, who is a' visitor hers this  week, gave :&  splendid   talk   on   the  work of the Social Service Council of -  the church, citing numerous instances  to show that the work is being well  carried on and 3s in every way worthy  of - the    hearty -sspg&rt  of  church '  people.  The other speaker of the evening  was Miss Mitchell, travelling-secretary  of the WtSl.3.' who devoted her at  tention to a review of the W.M.S.  effort generally both at home and  abroad, pointing out the wide field for  useful service that exists amongst the  new comers from other lands in  "Western Canada, x  Wedne&day members -engaged    in  the routine work of the annual confei������  ence, whigh includes a^ yearly " repbrt  from the" sevesral~ brancbes   scattered,  througbout-the Kiooten-ay Prssbytary.'  the^Crestoh l^wd^rgan^^dla^Octofc* - -  The viStbra were being very hospit*  ably entertained in the spare time at-^  their disposal* 'Mrs.. Henderson beings  & dinner hostess previou- to Tuesday  nigbt'e session, while at the noon recess Wednesday all were guests of Mrs.  James at a luncheon at the manse.  Owing to the extensive business to  be disposed of, and although the  Wednesday night session did not ad- .  journ until almost 11 o'clock, a Thursday morning session of the Presbyter-  ial was necessary to clean the slate, a  very hearty vote of thanks being  tendered the members of Creston  W M.S., and the ladies of St.Stephen8  congregation generally for the hospitality extended the visitors.  The morning session waa featured  by the election oft hc 1923 Presbyterinl  officers as follows:     ^     **  Hon. President���������Mrs. MoISachern,  Mrs. J. Ssaitfa.     '    ���������  President���������-Mrs, E. W. MacKay,  Cranbrook.  1st. Vice-President���������Mis. A. A. McKinnon. Cranbrook.  2nd Vice-President���������Mra. Glbbe,  Nelson.  Record Secretary���������Mrs. Alfred J.  Balment, Cranbrook.  Cor. Secretary���������Mrs. Worden. Cranbrook.  Treasurer���������Mre. White, Cranbrook.  Supply Secretary���������Mrs. Kerr,  Midway.  Home Helpers Secretary���������Mrs  James, Creston.  Strangers Secretary���������Mrs. Smellie,  Nelson. 8  ���������CTbrurlan���������Mrs. Hales, Grand Forks.  Mission Band Secretary���������Mrs. J. W.  Bow. Creston.  Messenger Secretary���������Mra. (Dr.)  Henderson, Creston.  Young Women's Secretary���������Mrs.  Oliver, KeSt<5>n.  PreBS Secretary���������Mrs. Brodie. Nelson.  Literature Secretary���������Mrs. McMillan, Trail.    The    following   delegates   aro"Tn  attendance:   Mrs. McMillan nnd Mrs.  Martin Trail, who aro guests  of Mrs,  Sherwood.     Mrs.   Ctampbell,     Grand  Forks,   with   Mrs.    W. H. Watcher.  Mrs. Hales, Grand Forks, with Mrs.  Jas. JohnHtori.     Mrs.  Oliver, Nelson,  with  Mrs.   R. Nelson.     Mra.   Gibbs,  Nelson, witb Mrs.  M. J. Boyd.   Mi*.  Brodie.    Mm.    Clendenuam.   Nelson,  with Mre. Henderson.   Mrs. MacKay,  Cranbrook,  with  Mm. James.     Mrs.  McBurnav.    Mra.    D.    Speers,    Mrs.  "ftr*tHam ? **������ 4tttt4m0*r#1s  j������  tt+~t kt-mji ~*~.tt-ft*tn  k V 4���������m     %$Tr*w**\_ (���������"ffi  ���������BvifchTM^rifc S^A. Speers,  ell, with Mr������. W. K. ~  MlssMltcb-  Brown. THE      REVIEW.      (7REKTON.      !\   " Tl  ���������T-1  in;  pi  Uy  m  In ?  l-l'r  \P  Break chest colds  Apply Sloan's. It draws conges*  Hon to the surface. Starts blood *  circulating freely and thus       ..   :  breaks up the cold I  Sloan's Liniment  ^f/if^   ~r~~t b. c������~~*t    -W* POM-  Zgggz$t&^^  Develop Canada s Foreign Oracle  Household Hints  Valuable    necipes    For    the    Busy  Housewife     v  .      Bailey Hermits  -1 cup "brown sugar, 3 cups flour.  Yz cup shortening,,. ���������**���������*.  teaspoon nut-  "raeg.  - '2 well beaten eggs. .   - .  % teaspoon, cibnamon, t-3 teaspoon  salt.  Vn cup  dropped mutmeats/  % cup chopped Sun-Maid Raisins.  ��������� V-i, teaspoon baking soda.  .   iy2 tablespons milk or water.  ys teaspoon ground cloves.  Cream, shortening, gradually winking iii sugar, raisins and eggs, .hen  stir in the soda which has "been dissolved in. tire milk. Mix-and sift together the salt, Hour and spices, stir  into the first, mixture, cover and lot  stand for an hcjur or mqi-e, then roll  to % inch thickness "and cut with  round cutter. Bake in a rattier quick  oven. .<375 degrees F.). for about 20  minutes.      :,  The prosperity o������ the Canadian "people depends upon'therdevelopment'of*  the natural resources of the Dominion for, the use of people both at home and  abroad. Possessed as yet of only a smalt population, but with a great .extent.  of territory and an enormous wealth in-natural resources,'it is a'self-evident,  fact that it the development of Canada's resources is limited to the_.requue-  ,'jnents of the "home market, growth will be regretably slow and the prosperity  of all people now resident in the "Dominion long delayed. While Canada needs  population, and the resultant much enlarged home market, it also requires  that its foreign trade be enormously and even rapidly extended. :.���������-.--.  Xo nation, anymore than an individual family, can become rich and prosperous by trade confinedyto and carried on among its own members. Particularly in the case of a country like Canada, still largely in an undeveloped  and pioneer state compared with other countries, is it essential that the raw  materials of oui* resources be developed and sold to those other nations requiring them, and who in turn have something which Canada cannot produce  ior itself."* -  Without encroaching upon the realm of controversial polltical topics,-5t  can, we think, "be stated without tear of successful contradiction that the-economical, fiscal or trade policy of Canada for .many years has been based* on the  principle of seeking to conserve the home, market-of Canada to Canada, rather  than seeking to develop Canada by energetically endeavoring, to place Canadian products in foreign markets. That is to say, the theory which, has found  general acceptance Has been that, it was much more important that Canadian-  made goods and produets should be sold in Canada, even tq_the exclusion of  foreign-made goods and products, than to develop the use of Canadian products and promote Canadian industry and bring w-ealth into^Canaiia throtigh  the export of our goods and products to other lands.  'Without presuming to pass judgment in this column on the wisdom, or unwisdom of such a policy in the years tliat have passed, we* are strongly of the  opinion that the present Canadian policy "Is following along correct and squad  lines in seeking to obtain a larger entrance for Canadian products into the  markets of other countries. The action of the Dominion Government dur-ing  the past few .months in. negotiating trade "treaties with France, Italy-ancl Aust  tralia, and in opening negotiations 3*or- similar treaties with Belgium and Spain,  and possibly with other countries, is undoubtedly in line with the present-day  requirements of Canadian industry and progress. '���������������������������'-.  It is an illuminating fact recorded in the press recently thafc, following  the signing of a trade treaty with France, one of the'big Ontario manufacture  ers of agricultural implements secured a large "French order, and this Canadian factory began working full staffed and full time; on tlie order at a time  when the domestic demand was more or less stagnant.  Canadians can, generally speaking, be depended upon to give a preference in their purchases to the product-s of their own fields and factorfes when  these can be obtained, of as good quality as those of other countries'. Both  national pride and self-interest dictate the use by Canadians of Canadian-  made articles, and compulsion is not needed to promote such trade.'" But the  active interest and assistance of Government is required to open the doors and  pave the way for an expansion in Canada's export trade. This is about-all'a  Government should be expected to do. It then remains for transportation  interests, both railway and mercantile marine, i'or financiers, manufacturers  and commercial interests generally, to seize the opportunity presented to them.  and push Canada's wares into these markets.    ���������        ' "V *.    '   '  It is to be hoped that the steps already taken to extend Canada's trade'  abroad will be continued. Canada needs the services of a larger number  of alert and efficient trade commissioners abroad, men appointed, not through  political puli. or with* Lhe idea of providing a soft berth for some friend or  party worker, "but keen commercial travellers or sales managers tor Canada,  men on the spot in the wojml's trade centres who will improve every opportunity to Introduce Canada's products into those markets,.and who will promptly report every ravorable factor that can be utilized for Canada's benefit.  A big. broad, comprehensive trade policy, national in its scope ancl international in. ::..*; operations, is one of the things which, rightly conceived and  energetically directed, will prove a powerful agency in bringing a return of  industrial and commercial activity to Canada and prosperity to ffis peopled  Raisin.Caramel Frosting  ?ii etip sugar, YZ cup brown sugar.  li cup hot water.   ���������-....-  1 stiffly beaten' egg white.  14 cup chopped Sun-Maid Raisins.  Cook    sugar"   and    water    until    it  threads when dropped from the tip of  a spoon/"  bubbling  white.  s oread.  cold cake'.  llenfove -from fire and "when  ceases stir* slowly, into egg  Beat   until   thick   enough  Add raisins and  spread  ���������~?<r..i'r:-   .y   ������������������-  to  on  WHY BACKS ACHE  Would   Enlarge   Probation  System!Kar Association.      They were read by    [ Judge Coats worth at a ineeting o������ the  the ; Vor1c Pioneers' Society in Toronto.  j     With    regard    to    the    present-day  -j method    of   treatment   of   prisoners,  Judge     Coatsworth     satel:     "It     has  been found that SO to 00 per cent, of  Ihe offenders who are placed on pro-  { bat ion or parole live up to the required  standard and  find their way back  to respectable Hocloly."  'in a  ing  *\  commendations   to   Go   Before  Counci*. o-f t*4t������ Canadian  Bar   Association  \?. I*n������ rv-.t -'���������: in tlio  .->Mein  of proba-  i^-rttnis-ii-kra  **n  afliuinistPi* spank  ���������,  pvinishvuont of youthful offend*  ip  nr-c*r-a.sity ol'     at.     least     five !  ij;*iri"l,-:t .er-at-law in order 1o  .'i "���������������;������������������  '-or ;-*pp>'������inrineni  In* a  ;-������   magi si racy;   adniinis-  ���������risonrt   ahfv   t lii*   manner  v. Sn*ve   v.-iiprp.a   .-'Uot:ld   l*-?  .���������th, to j;o largely  io  the  jjrl;*>ot������i';i".s' famlSh*.-.;  are  n**co������unif'nil;tfloriK  to   go  Tl*ieTobacco of Quali fcy  ft������  and in packages  Decrease  In Immigration  The   Kidneys   Seldom   to   Blame���������The  Trouble Due to Blood Impurities  There is more nonsense talked about.  .backache r'~ thain   any    other   trouble.  Some people have heen frightened into  the belief that .every backache means  deadly kidney trouble.      As a matter  of medical fact not one  backache in  twenty- lias  anything to do with ths  kidneys.     .Most backaches come from  sheer    weakness    and   kidney   drugs  -crnx't help that.     "You need something  to improve. your blood and build you  up, and that is~exactly what Dr. Williams' Pink Pills will do.     Some backaches   are   really   -muscular   rheumatism;  some are the-symptoms of such  , ailments as influenza, indigestion, cbfa-  stipation and liver troubles.      In women most backaches, come from -any  weakness or-irregularity of the blood  supply.      To "g-et  rid  of  the   trouble  take a tonic like Dr. Williams* Pink  Pills    to    enrich    the blood and bring  strength to aching    ba^ks   atid   weak  nerves.    "Mr.    W.    Prince:,*"Lovering,  Ont., tells what these pills did for him.  He says:���������"Periodically I suffered for  about five years- with backache.     If-I  caught cold it seemed to settle in my  back which pained meao badly that > I  could hardly turn over in bed.     These  attacks would dast- for a week or ten  days.    I tried many remedies but they  did no- drive away the trouble. Aboht  two years ago, while    suffering    from  one of these attacks a friend advised  me to try Dr.' Williams' Pink Pills.    I  followed his advice with'the best of  results, as I have had no attack of the  trouble since, and I feel, sure ���������. that I  am permanently rellevetl."  You can get these pills through any  dealer in medicine or by mail postpaid  ���������at 50 cents a box or six boxes for  $2.50 from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  a:  :i  ���������Jf-Li l\~  he to it  .judtse.-ifii;** <ji  f rations (,-i i  (���������*:,'   ;'..*>: ioi'i'-  .  A Land of White Houses  p;ltd  to jui.-on  Ktl[lpO. I.   I>f   illf*  sin in*-   -of   I"  Mr-  b^Soi"'**     I! i'*  C.iituwU   of   ihp   fla mul ian  L.  Dairying In.Alberta  Dairying is the mainstay of farming  in the Vermilion district. Between  May 1st am! October 31st, IDS'?, approximately 600,000 pounds ol' *b<fttet'  were shipped lo Vancouver. During  the months of June, July and August  that local dairy company paid out if800  dally for cream to various patrons.  Canadian      Immig-ration      La������t     Year  Declined 2������ Per Cent. .  The number $-6f immigrants entering Canada during the period from,  April 1 to*N������8^. 30, 1922, decreased 26  per cent, wlren compared with the  number entering during the corresponding periodvof'-'the previous year,  according to statistics of the Department of immigration. ^During the  1922 period, 58,882 immigrants entered, Canada, of whom 27,262 were  British subjects, 18,040 from United  States, and 11,580 from other countries. During ..'the corresponding  period of the-previous,, year a total of  76,575 entered, 35,903 of whom were  British subjects, 23,279 from the United States and 17,393 from other  countries. ���������"*"  _-._ fa   ;-  ,  *V*"!*'-V^  Catarrhal Conditions  Catarrh Is n local disease greatly inuu-  enced by constitutional, conditions. It  therefore requires constitutional treatment. HAIA'S^CATABRH MEDICINE"  is taken internally and acts through the  Blood upon the Mucous Surfaces of the  System. KAJUL/S CATARRH ME*DI-  CINE glvea the patient strength by improving the general health and assists  Nature tn doing its work.  All  "Druggists.       Circulars -free.  JjV.J. Cheney *&'Co.. Toledo, Ohio.  Of No Importance  "Reporter.���������"Thanks very much for.  your information, I shall describe  the bridal dress and those of the  maids as well as the house decorations  and the presents. But, naturally, the  public will be interested da the bridegroom. What shall I say about  him���������"  Bride's Mamma.���������"Well, I suppose  his name must go in. You might say  that he was among those*present!"  Furs From Canada  According to advices front Washington, D.C., Canada, is the���������. principal  source of the United States imported  raw furs, which now annually accounts for between 20 and 25 per cent,  of the- total import value.  Experience is a great teacher, but  her tuition fees are exorbitant.  Conquers  Constipation  non'iletcrvnBtipation poison yourblooet  andctirtaiIyourenf*r������y.      ^w*,  itf your liver and hov/eU .-ffl-W^.  in Ti a et i^mfkws  -HITTLE  rIVER  B** H B������mwBmi%I39  CARTRR".S  Lt (lis    t.Vttf  I'Ills   today  and    your  trouble  wifl   (Ceafi-e.   For eflzz~nem, la'dlt of appetite,  headache  and   blotchy akin   nothing  t.i\n -f-nnni tht*n,.    Putiflly vo-or^nTvl-f*  S-mestt Pill ��������� Small D������������������ ��������� Small Pticm  i  ! People   in   Bermuda   Use   No   Color  in  Building  ; The .nermudas are a Ian<l or white  [ hourfcs. No ot.lior crdor Ih to ho tve.-en.  Tliey ure rill built of tho tiiiI'Ivo white  * sionv* nt foriil format ion, whiiHi un-  [ d*crl:<*.*; every foot; ol' noil, When firsi:  I qij;������ri'if>(l Hie nl.one .Ih mo ho It tlint: :ll.  nmy In1, cm Willi ii luul'o, hut, it.)  wiih r-.\|)i>Hiii**o io tlio air,  IJcrniiirkin wl'--.h5-s co bulhl  a JioiiHe. erll lie liaa    t������.i    do   js  lilllhil'lr    il     llli-Vti     it'i    kUHl     il~tl\  titi    a    foot    or hvo of noli tu  L'-.IIW    I lie   i'tOJKI  |l|-������������l^***>* '���������'-r'r-'-i  (-'iiinf-   |j������:������l"i'|ii  hoii.vf-i,   tv������-n  ;���������  in,) io  ",i nl   I In-  y.   *i\    iii''  Tin?  i-inHV.,   tire   Ireriu^nlly  ins   \h-.r   (iiil.ilrle,  juhI   .  wi* li   I Im  <li'f"*|) j.'tr-eeu   v<  w J i i������' 11 llifjy are nm -rounded,  no MhiHilifM,   n<(   eIht*!   tire   I  i    t*t    lli.*.    "*(H*l't  I:--!  i lit  Vhin,  I   hirin  ������;������<",3tJ<l-  ys hile-  :H3lnuU  M-llllJ'tt  rh������.������-u  rn   1 he  ^\,r.  I C  Mln.-irrl'n   I ������nim-nt   for   rilH*i������������mnti������m  Drives Asthma Before It. Tlie  smoke or vapor from Dr. J, IX Kel-  togg'si Aslhinu Remedy gives asthma  no ehuneo I.o linger. It eradicates  tho ciause. Our experience with the  roltcl'-glvlng remedy shows how: actual  stud positive is tlie succor It gives. It  is the result nf long study and experl-  meul. and was not submitted to the  public until its makers Icnow dl; would  do its work well,  Cocoanut treeH In Brazil are mippos-  ed to live and hear TruSt from (500 to  TO-j.) year***, buL i.he dale palm J a not ao  hardy, nnd so I dam lives to exceed 000  yaari.-t.  [nervous mothers!  Cum bcrcd wlt!i endless rcvunclR  of duty, tho tired,  nervous]  mother -generally llnda Jii  Scott's Emulsion  tonic-help of rarest value.  A Uttli- oi Scott's after meah  for a few days  would do I  ft   tts^*...f-    r-i-j-   atnntt-. TTfitvt  ft W-���������  .,(.# 0.-W   *w'm>   **���������<*������*> S0-14 feu   W   W   0.14 0 "    *'     40f '      "    "       ^A  B-eolt -t llowair, Toronto. Ont. 20-09 ���������  ���������HttSI  Dye Faded Wrap,  Skirt, Dress In  Diamond Dyes  * Each package of "Diamond Dyes"  contains directions so simple .any woman, can dye or tint hor old worn, faded things new. Even if she has never dyed before, sho can put a rich,  -fadeless color into slmhhy skirts,  drosses, waists, coat������, HtockIuj?s,  aweators, coverings, draperloH, hangings, everything. Buy Diamond Dyos  ���������no other hind���������then perfect homo  dyeing is guaranteed. Just tell your  druggist whether the malorlal you  wish to dyo Ib wool or allk, or whether  it, Is linen, cot-ton, or mixed goods.  "Diamond Dyes never strenk, spot,  fade, or run,  How's Yqstp Sija-g-nfiieK?  ** v .    . ������������������ ��������� 'm    ��������������������������� ������������������������ -.   .  Vim, Vigor and Health Follow .,'-,s_.  This Advice  Theodore^, Sask.  ���������"It is a pleasure  to. me to writ������ a  few* lineB about  Dr. Plerce-'a Golden. Medical Dls-  ���������coYery. I used  this medicine and  can say it is just  what I wanted  and needed. The  sour , stomach,  "heartburn after  eating: and the gas ar^, gone and I am  lEble to ta?ce cold water again. Before  I had to take the water hot on account of the stomach trouble. I rec-'  ommend 'Golden'Medical Discovery"  to every one who" knows what a weak  stomach Is."���������-W. B. "Waugh.  Need a Tonic? '  Health Ia Your Most Valuable Asset.  Do Not Neglect Iti  Hattonfofd, Alta.���������-"Being rundenra  after the flu, I was in a -weakened  condition, had dlzssy spells and short  breathing, followed by faihtneBS. It  seemed as though I'd never feel well  again, but I was determined not to  give up. r Hearing of Dr. Pierce's  famous 'Golden Medical Dlscoverjr' I  sent for a bottle, followed the direc- -  tlona, and* soon felt less tired and  fain tr and. llnalfy I got back to tny  normal state. I have thanked God  many times for/restoring my health,  and I gladly recommend this 'Medical  Discovery/ for It is so pure, and  worth a trial to anyone who ia rundown."���������rMrs. Gertrude White, Crystal Springs Farm, J~.-  Golden Medical. Discovery Is put  up in Dr. Pierce's Laboratory in  Bridgeburg, Ont., and sold by all  druggists in both tablets and liquid.  Write Dr. Pierce, President Jnva-  llds' Hotel in Buffalo. N. Y., for trot  medical advice.  Good Motto For 1923  "Roger W. Bab'son, tho prince of statisticians and economists, suggests  as a good 3-11 otto for "1.923: "Bite off  more than you can chew ��������� then chow"  it." Babson. sees prosperity, ahead,  and lo -/nalte assurance doubly sure, ho  wants everybody to lend a hand by  producing all he can���������and then. some.  Into  Was Afraid of Night Air  Tha remlnlBcencoa of ono of Ni-\po-  Icon**.* vulcv(r!5, lately published, present  a clioejy pM-uire of tlu; e.v-l-.'mijeror at  St. Helena ringing for liltt mnn at daybreak to draw the curtains and open  the windows. "Let In 1ho nil* which  ("lod made," he used to say, when ho  wa������ in n good humor. Not even Jn  his sunniest moods, however, did he  dream ot lotting God's air into his  bedroom at ������3������ht.���������New York TinaeiJ.  Like  Mind, Like  Poem  _  Poet.���������"I  put my  wholo  mind  l.hl.s poem."  'Editor.���������"Evidently, 1 see- that  it's blank verse."���������Vancouver Province.  "COTi;)R^B;NT>  MiiuirO'a Liniment far Burns A. Scald a  In in<3iH3������onRn.1it-o In nil  -raft-as'    of    "Olfilmrirmr,  Jl"tllllClt*/.li,y CulWlui,  CoWji, IteavuH und wornm ns������o:v^  lutrM^H and nmlfls, , IJh������(1 aud mi-  derood hy leading nloolc furmfi and  veteran drlvem ol' U. H. und Canada for thi rly yearn.      Sold In two  Wl/.I>H   III. 4t1|.������lrMMr  JilOrCIM.  pci H:NlMl W^BOMSB tlTN;p^S,M  ^SSSI^SSmESiSSmtSSSxii  EB0mBBi^BB^M?BfilMB^5!tLl5B^EI5-BBKr*BKaTff^j^  .^>Mi^^^a^iiMa������^  SiMHii'llt^itii*^^**^^'^^)^^^ V  TfTE - REVTEtV.      GRESTON,     B.      a  ���������*-y  ib>  ariners   1 &k<  Very Few  Advantage Or Opportunity  o jylove From 13 ry A  Comparatively few of. the 'armex  i*he  drought-stricken areas of Saskatchewan and Albert a-are taking advan-  re as  s in I Vi..  bRt-      1/  True  the   "nro-visions which assist j  ?���������  tag^b.f  them to leave their present locations j  '-* and move further nor.l h in the same j  *   provinces   where   droughts   have   not |  ~ ���������*- I  ,-   been��������� encountered loslhe-same exlent,  ~.:   according to information-reaching the :  iscover  For Systematic CatarrK  WESTERN   EDITORS  .r"  here, j  Department of -Agriculture  Some 200 or 300 farmers in  Alberta are stated tq have sougbt~new  locattcms. * und er the assistance "provided.- by>tl������e Federal and Pisovincjal  Governments and the number in Saskatchewan .is not" more vhan a few  dozeh,;--^- ".**���������"  "The farmers in* the prairie provinces vare'*not quitters," said an official of the department. "There is  a healthy feeling 'of optimism among  them "and a determination to' stick  where they are and win, rather than  move to a location.-where next year  might see a crop^ failure*'* as disheartening as- those they experienced in  the last few years. Another factor  which has had considerable bearing  on the matter is that ih Northwestern  Saskatchewan, from about Scott west-  .ward; the crops this year were decidedly disappointing, while in the southern district lliey were more satisfactory.  "All iti all, the western farmers today are decidedly more .'optimistic  than they were a year ago.  prices are' low, there is:  conditions' will improve and production costs be Reduced before another  crop." . \ .   .  ���������A bad case of Catarrh is not an easy  -thing- to treat, and a remedy thar  makes good, deserves great credit.  Catarrhozone certainly fixed-up Chars.  l-l. Webb, who w rite's., from Woodstock:  'For a number of-years I was troubled  ! wiih    Systematic    Catarrh.  me very mu<  hozone   Inhaler -and  got  relief.  Qftiff-hovn I V>J1"    ^>. stejui-uic    uararni.      Nothing  oouuiein , ]ie]peti me verv- mucj***,_    i xlSPd Catarr-  To  build up my system, I used Ferrozone.  This combination can't be beaten.  They made tne well." Vour case  may also be bad, but Catarrhozone  will do for you what it did for Mr.  Webb. Two months treatment $1.00,  small size 50c. All dealers or the  Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.  ! Is Through With  } *������*���������j x:���������  uA|riwiau������lu  \XT T_  V*f "Vlt&  Some Of Tlie Reasons ^WTiy  Recognition Of Russia By  Other Nations Is Delayed  "A. It. finnis, Editor and Proprietor of  The "Representative,  "Leduc, Alta.  -Q  A Hundred Dollars Wbrth  For Thirty-Five Ceats ���������cnU'  -* * i won  Speaking in the  ngress, Leo K;  Ali-Russian, Soviet  a rs*s ������*������*!*!  XVtXXXXX  rt-vvrt*  *CUC1  salt  nuw  H-~i  HSg  -Though  hope that  CA  c^ s i etc cr Drn  FROM HEART AND NERVES  LIFE WAS A BURDEN  \ JN.fr. A. IE. "Lee, ���������Beamsviil^,.*Ont.,  writes:���������"I nm delighted to let you  know what I have to say regarding  The good Miiburn's Heart, and Xprve  Pills did me.  . A short time ago I suffered with  heart and nerve trouble, and i was "so  bad I could not sleep, only about two  hour.; each^ night. My heart was so^  bad I had "spells when driving on the  road and would mint away, and neighbors would carry me in from ~~iy  wagon. I also took these -spells in  the night and during my daily work  on the farm. My nerves were so bad  I would jump out of bed, and was then  compelled to walk the tloor before I  could settle down again, but after taking- asl'ew boxes of  MILBURN'S  HEART ZAND- NERVE PILLS  l can honestly gas*- '"I am;* a ''relieved  man. E now feel in the best of health,  ��������� in fact, the best T've been In for three  years, and can do any class oC work  with pleasure where before life was a  burden to me.'" " ' i  Price 50c a box at. all dealers or  mailed direct on receipt of juice hy  The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto,  Ont.  Stefans.son ���������Will Dsv-ote Time to Tell-  ���������*** ing'of Commercial Possibilities  of Polar Areaa  Villijamur Stefansson, Arctic explorer, has announced abandonment of his f  career as an explorer   to    devote .his  efforts to proving to a skeptical*"world  thai "within a decade or two the north  polar ocean wilt be crossed by a network   of   commercial  aviation   routes  and that  the Arctic regions, hitherto  known as - rnys terious,   umnhabitable  lands, will be a  source of developed  resources unlimited in magnitude.    j>-  Mr.  Ste fans son"said his decision .to  give up the polar-explorations which  have  made* him   internationally   famous,  was prompted by his"'conviction  that tlie age of?exploration, was now  to yield to the age of. commercial development..      ,...,.* ;  ���������v'Oil,  coal. and  other  resources  are  | there.      Climatic conditions    are    not  j unconquerable;   people  are living and  j flourishing in places where there are  j colder winters than those at the -north  ��������� pole.       For  example,   temperature' at  j the   pole  is   about   GO   degrees,, betow  xe-?*b,   while   70   below  zero   has~-been|  registered, in North. Daiola^whcre the  winters  arc "just* as 'severe as in  the!  Arctic.                    -^**-  "The cour.se. of empire���������of civilization���������must inevitably move towards  the north." '"  Perfect Health  When" you ar,g awakened from a  sound sleep by Cramps, when without  a moment's warning pain springs  upon you. it's then you would readily  pay a hundred- dollars for the quick  relief you could secure from a thirty-  five cent boltlc of trusty old Nerviline.  Nothing^ like Nerviline to relieve  cramps/stomach gas," diarrhoea amd  kindred ills." "Nothing belter for Neuralgia, cold in the chest and sore  throat. The price of Nerviline is  thirty-five "cents, no more, no less, in  all stored where medicines are'-sold.  Railway  Problem  Solved  She  Recommends Dc=dd's  Kidney Pills  to all Her Friends     -"        **  ������        Ttrt.tr..,  ..f    *-   QX*XVJ4XAa  suffered- with  Miss Adeoda Italian who" -Suffered  From Bad Kidneys Tells of the  Relief She got.  t-*ttr.       rC~~.rtrti-t\\  a very . bad back  and my kidneys. My case seemed to  bc particularly grave." I had used  your Tiodd.'s Kidney Pills before, so  decided id -try some more. Five boxes  sufficed- to restore me to perfect  health.";.. ;.*.* ...   ���������    ���������  The... above ..statement is made by-  Miss A.* If.' Italien, a resident of this  place.  The -relief; that Miss Italien found  has come to thousands of other Canadian ���������: women through, the use of  Dodd's Kidney Pills. That shows that  the -ache is caused by the Kidneys,  For Dodd's Kidney Pills are purely  and simply ~a. Kidney- remedy. '"������������������-.For-  niore than -j a Quarter of a century  Dodd's Kidney Pills have* been: a  household "...remedy in thousands of  Canadian home's.  Ask your neighbors about Dodd's  Kidney Pills. ' ''���������- '  Technical High  iw engine  will  have  Timber Acreage in Mexico  II. is!estimated that    the    area    ot  'fl rat-class     timber     lands   in -Mexico  is approximately. 25,000t000 acres.  X..+..-}.X.4 4..4.t4X.4**..4+-. + *..-*0X.. ...Xt. ...A-..*)  STOMACH  MISERY,  {   GAS, INDIGESTION  Pape's 'Diapepsin" Corrects  . Sour, Upsei Stomachs  at Once'  b-*-4-**4>fr4+*������4-*������������t ***-*������i44*ft4-t*+-***-+-*44-+������4-t-������  iM4fk������4*>������4f  "rape's Diapepsin"; is tlie quickest,  surest    relief    Tor Indigestion, Kaoes.  tlatulence, heart'l"tu;ji,    fiournesH,    fermentation or sloth ach dls/lress caused  by acidity.     A Tew tablets give almost  immedhito ���������storaach   relief.       Correct.  your Btoniaeh ami diRestion now i'or aj  few cents.      Drue^lsts sell inlHloua of]  padcagoa.    -  Lions  on the Line  Some of the Troubles of  Railroading  In Africa ���������  We have our "'i&llwayi troubles in  Canada, but they ai'e *nbt 'like those  of Uganda. The -railway, saj-s The  Montreial Gazette, run's through a  vast zoological garden. At "one sta-i  tion a lion paced the platform like a  stationmas.ter. Another occupied the  : telegraph office, and a third was In  tlie refreshment room, tn which, he  must have done more than the usual  grumbling at the fare.  "There were no more, but.the station staff deefded that three ,were  enough to deal wlth-the local'business ���������  ancl retired. The engine driver surveyed this lion house front afar, and,  being a man of infinite resourco and  ���������sagacity, performed a fantasia of modern '** music upon his whistle; " The  lions recognized that civilization hafl  horrors surpassing the endurance oi  a primitive nature and withdrew."1  in Canada there, 3s a conflict between public and private ownership  atul control, but in Africa, 1 hero ia the  moBt. prlniliive warfare between man  ancl beast,��������� -The,Toronto Clobe.  I0THE  GHILDS  IELS  i*f  California   Fig  Syrup"  Child's Best Laxative  is  Smokeless   Locomotive   Has   Been   In-  1/lft-rt + g^l      \-f*4      RllQpipp  . _      __,        .... , ^ _  The problem of smokeless railroad  traffic, which has been troubling lar^e  cities all over the world.; lute- been  solved l>y the invent ion of a. new locomotive by Professor Lomonozev, .of  the Russian railroad commission at  "Berlin, and Professor Meinacfcet.o"! the  Chariot tenburg  School.      The n  no smoke stack ,and will look more  like an ordinary baggage-car than_a  locomotive.  Professor Lomoaozev says his invention will make it possible 'to  build railroad^ in the* Saliara Desert  and - other .*'- 'vast"; ^stretches' where  there is "no water. ;*.:..,:.  "It took -me.;.sixteen years^to com  plete this1 invention/' Professor Lomonozev said. "Just before the war  began the Czarist Goyern-nle-nt placed  at my disposal a7: large fund-to enable  -me to make the necessary esperi  ments, but these were interfecred .with  by the great conflict. ..Henry Ford, in  the "United States,.-and,bthSrs in..England are trying t0'rbuild a;; newjuo.tor  for use in countries short of coa.1 or  water, but.so far as-I know they have  not succeeded.  Professor Meinacbe and I have finally solved this, problem, and already  two Diesel engines are being built according to.-our design. - They will be  finished and tried out early next year,  and the first new locomotive wil! -be  used on the German and Russian railroads about next August."  kind    of    an agreement Russia  ould   make   "with  bourgeois  nations  must be li^e the treaty we made with  Germany at Rapallo. We will make  no agreement with any other nation  that does not give us political recognition���������equality."  Tho chief reasjm why recognition  of Soviet Russia has been slow is that  she has not in fact been willing fo  treat on a basis of political equality.  She-has laid clown a rule'of "heads we  win, tails you lose," and has arrogantly demanded that other nations con-"  form to it. Even in ihe act o������ claiming full recognition she announced at  the outset that it is legitimate, in tlie  interest of the international proletariat, to trick, "bourgeois" governments.  to break faith with which is merely a  manoeuvre^of class warfare.  ���������*"' Declaiming against the delay in  other governments to accord Russia  full recognition, the So\ iet system  openly proclaimed the" policy of -boring within" those governments for the  purpose of ultimatels" accomplishing  their destruction���������a hob- cause iu  which ans" means, however treacherous or violent, was held hy Communist moralists to be justified.  ft*, from the beginning.^Soviet Russia  had merely insisted "upon, the right of  the -Russian people to '���������overthrow' ona  {government, or two, or three, and set  up one  more to their liking, without  interference, from 6ther -governments,  its, ease would have been largely impregnable.   'Z Willingness - to  trea t  ou  terms of real "equaliiy, whicli inclutle a  live  and let' live, breadth of view,  is  the only basis on which enduring political relations  can be established between    the    nations.���������From the  New  York World. ��������� *  Open   Sulphate   Mine  Company Formed to Exploit Deposits  at Dana, Sask.  Under thc title of "Salts and Chemical" an eastern company has established a plant at Dana, Sask., on the  Canadjan National main line west of  Humboldt. The "intention of this  company is to exploit ihe sodium sui-  ^ pliate    deposits    that"  the" Muskakee  The contract for the exploitation of j.springs yield .every year.      It is esti-  this invention was signed Dec. I-t by { mated that  about  110,000  tons of salt  the    Russian    Government  and  steel' companies.  Can  Fear Cause Disease?  Doctors''Believe    Many    P������op4e    Are  Frightened  Into Illness      ,  .Once upon a tlm^.an old  man  Imir | cake will be* produced annually t here  | with tlie present plant.     There is also  |a ''possibility,   of "taking1 inagnesium  metal out of the district, members of  oi  the   company   have   stated   to   C.N*.R.  ! officials.      This mcibal  is coming into  demand for aeroplane construction, as  it is lighter and three times as strong  as'aluminum.  AVeichel,   Mayor of WimUor,���������  One.;   i*\  R.   Gough and A. J. 'Gough,  the dire messenger was bound.     -Into   Torontt>.     J#  j.    SeOti. Toronto;   and  the mountains met Death going uponi     w   ^.  s journey.      The man asked wlsither! ,-���������  T.  It  lake-ji^niot^  than  hot,  the germ of Ku^plelon.  uh*  to   kill  Calgary Ponies Win 'Prizes  Calgary ponies, owned hy Peter  Welch, and ridden .by his daughter  and sons, won a, total of eight y-four  prlv.es at the��������� Horse Show at SprJng-  tlehi, Marr., nnd Broclilo-n, Mnna.��������� .re  cenil.<'.     These ponies were shown In  | competition with practically the bowl.  ! jumpers    in    the    United States and  made nJmo.-:t. a clean sweep.  Hurryinofher! Even*n "cross, sick  child loves the "fruity" taste ot **Call-  fdrnla Fig Syrup" and it'never fails to  open th'e bowels. A teaspoonful today may prevent a, sick child tomorrow.' If,constipated, bilious, feverish,  fretful, has cold, co*!Ic, or il' stomach  is sour, tongue coated, breath badr "remember a good cleansing ot the little  bowels is ol'ten all that is necessary.  Ask your druggist for genuine "California Fig Syrup" which has dlroollons  for babies and children of all' ajges  printed on boltle.J Mo I her f .You  must Kay "Calil'ornih," or you. may get  an Imitation fig syrup.  -, :���������:-;    *��������� J  ���������Tho   --hirgoBl.    cheese    ever    made "i  would make MOO.iiOO BnnilwicheH. {  Man  Near    the  For Fascinaling Eyes  Make thc Use of MnrFne a  rXilly Mul-.lt. Tii I i Kcfrenlwci' V...  l.niU.n noon Mut-r* 1;vch *C..lc-,ir,  Fln-dimir. npjtj'rful f Ha������*m>L"M.  linJov.iWc. b'*.ittl h\ A8I Drui:ul������ts,  *inuRme?  f mn Jxitirt  Jl, u XZxZ*  Do Women'B Work        ���������*-..  c-lty of lah I uomo.sky, in  u .sc-ifiemujiL In. whtcili  woman's rule may b������s -aaid to he  complete. The wives support the  husbands and children and are the  acknowledged heads of the family.  Thc men keen house and do- other  work that usually I.s performed by  women. ���������.  Everybody Mistaken  ".Tack  ami  'Emily, ore  going* lo   he  married." ! N  "Emily!      I,thought .she was one 6.  these modern glrlu who dldn.M. believe  in marriage." **  "So did Jack." >  aa  \v.   n.   v.   uz:  Anyone can  |.V-w.mijiUtes.  livo on. ir)v������> a tone- :for  u������%  the city In the valley to spread a dis  ease and .take 10,000 people." Death  answered���������and passed on*his way. -A  few weeks frfier tho old man of -the  mountains met the spectre returainier.  "You told "me," ho remonstrated wilt**  Death, "that you were only going to  kill ItKOOO people in your epidemic.  Why, th^re are 30,OOC) dead!' Ami-  Death said, "Oh. I only' killed  my 10,000; fear killed the rest."  Taking up the eastern '-fable i������ even  modern'days,  the  American  Medlea?  Association has felt constrained to Issue    a    bulletin on diseases tliroutgh!  fear.      It Js moved to do ho because  of the m'ental fiction mainly about casj-  cer.      It  approves  of tho  clif-rtiemina-  tion of certain  doctrines  amon-g  tlie  people, but doelareft that  ono of  the  surest results of centring public a Mention upon-any particular disemio 3m ioi  frighten  a   large ji umber of  healthy |  perKOUK   lo  ������ucli   ah  ex-tent   tti.U,   iIkvj  develop  manJuw  as   terrifying  an   :ho \  dlHea.se II.seli'.      Tlie    bulletin    Ihhu.mI]  through tho mcdl<*al refererccre bureau |  puts the. mat Lei"  blvlkingly  IhUiJ; j  "An Inovltahlci ac^oinpUHJuun'mi *<jf  directing Bpoclal attention U> any disease Ih to iinmtii* in a <:ertaln nuniihi-r  of pennons jiliobiurt iiUiiusait it.-- li:i,'i'iii'y-  ing as the dlseuMCH feiire*S. T������i wai'rv  the public that 'nudes, excreacrn^'j:,  flHluIaH, and war Is are tin** ti-i'.-t kBk������j-  of cancer' Ix to erecj a t-pectrf icaji*  able of BhuUerlng even a normal tu<-n-  tallty. To nay tluit "synsploms ot' indiges lion" are "s-vlgnH oC cancer' I**  ������.->  Hinall 3������  i>ni"l   nf i8n������ wIkiI.. Irnih  iiml   ii  Jti better unH������ld."-*-St. Tlunn.-s '*l'Iiiio.*i  Journal.  three     Philadelphia      financiers     are  members of the company.  MRS. BUDGE  SO WEAK GOULD  HARDLY STAND  Tells How Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound  Restored Ker Heallh.  V  River Desert,Que.���������*' I used to have ft.  Eevere pain in my f������i������3is. I. would be unable to walk fast and could not stand  for any length of lime to do my ironing  or was bin jr, but 1 would have to lia  down to rj-fet relief from tho pain. I  Ihnd thto for about two yeara, then a  friend toSd mv Un try LyiJia E. Pinkham'-a Vegetable Compound na nhe had  ln)d p<M3d results. 1 certainly got Rood  results from it, too, as the laat time 1  had a pore side- was Inst May and I have-  not had it ������ince, I am aluo clnd of  InivinK -*g-*wwj nurainfr for my baby, and  I think ������t is your niedicine that .helped  me in th3i3 way.'"-������������������ -.5ra. L. V- Buuc.E,  River !") c?,cr~, K\v.u\-:Xj-? .  If yon arcflufferinR from the torturcf*  of a diH|ilacenient, Icrt'i'ularitieB, hack-  neho, hendachef*. nervouHiiess, or :������ pain  in the mlde, you should lose n<������ time in  trying I-ydiss E. Pinkham's VcRC-tablo  Compound.  Lydia E. Pinl:hortt".s Private Tftxt-  ���������"Book vi[>on *" Atlmif-mtB IVcuIinr to Women ' 'will bo Rent you free upon reaucst:.  Write for 3t to the Lydist-K. PinKcham  Mcdicino ������U>., -cbi������ou:rg. i^ntari������.>. '>. hi������  hook containK valuable information thnu  every woman bbuuld kiiuMv. i} a~i~mai~a*mi-*t[<i*i nnHd n-ja  m  w-  Mi  THE  CBESTON  BEVIEW  !*  Wz  ai' tt'  %\Ar  m.    *v.  The new Co-Operative Marketing System assures  prosperity for the B. C orchardist.  Don't Jose   any  time   planting   out   ail   available acreage to  fruit trees. " " **���������  We can supply you with the varieties best suited to Crestoii  Valley that are the market's favorites.  APPLE TREES $50 per 100  We -will also be pleased to book your orders for Apricot,  Plums, Prunes, Cherry, Pear, Peach, or any other  fruit trees, as well as Grapes, &c. ~ -   v  ���������-'������'..'"'���������"'  A big range of Roses and Ornamental and  '-��������� Z''\%.-.:Shade-Trees to choose fram0 _.  I am Creston Valley representative of E.C. Nurseries Co., lAd.  R L. L^  Price Lists and Catalogues can be had at Review Office.  THE   CREATORS  ������FVSFVIS'fcpict^10u*d be represented,   as no  ������nb  wFi^ ~wv~ ill- ������sa.v*  doubt it will. be.   on   the   general  board of directors. But as to the  inner executive, to which is "entrusted   the   management   of   the  Safe and Convenient  When Remitting* Money  There is frequent necessity in business and personal  affairs for remitting money by mail. The safest and  easiest mediums for this purpose are Bank Drafts  and Money Orders.  You can secure these at any branch of &c Imperial  Bank ��������� drafts for the larger amounta* and Bank  Mssaey Orders sp to, fifty doners.  IM PERIAJL^ BANK  C. W. AUUANB  or-Canada  GRESTON BRANCH,  jnlaaager.  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance*  $3.00 to U.S. points. v -*-  O. P. HA-TES. Editor and Owner,  -Creston desires tb be made the  Kootenay sab-hreadquarters of the  new co-operative, ,ana to have a  representative,: on -the executive  management?. .Creston also seeks  to have separate fruit pools, claim  ing in that connection a closer  connection with prairie and Crowa  "Nest markets.  With the natural desire of.Crest^  on to be one of  the administrative  points of the   Co-Operative   there  should be no disposition   to   cavil.  If it is found advisable to establish  a sub-headquarters in the  Kooten  ay, then no donbt Creston   will be  considered* -with the other claimants.  \  Penticton is itself.a candidate for  selection as the headquarters of the  whole    movement     and" therefore  clearly recognizes the natural  aspirations of   other centres.       And  wet may mention   here incidentally,  that Penticton will  be supporting  She new Co-operative ri^ht loyally  no matter where fche^ headquarters  may be placed. '       ^7  ���������   But that question of  a separate  pool   for   Oreston   is   a   different  matter.    Iff we start out by  each  asking for  separate pools we may  find ourselves in a   jgreat   deal   of  difficulty.       For instance, each district priding itself upon   its Mcintosh oif Delicious apples, or Elberta  peaches or Bing cherries  may demand separate pools in an endeavor  to obtain a premium in price.      It  is true thai Creston is  close to .the  prairie markets, but   is   not   that  favorable situation  taken   care   of  when the fruit 13  shipped from the-  Creston packing houses?     .And on  the other hand, Penticton is nearer  the  Coast  for shipments to-Vancouver or for export.  ��������� *c������ 1, -*:~x~z~x i ix.i~ ��������� i.-~y.  uavu uioiiiwi) ucbEt iia uwu au>au-  tages, so it, is quite possible that  general variety pools will work out  in a manner fair - to each section  and beneficial to the industry as a  whole.��������� In any case v?e can leave  this question to the experts.  About the matter -off representation on the executive -management.  We agree that  each shipping   dis-  undertaking, we think membersof  suoh a body should be picked  for  their fitness for  the task and not  primarily according  to location.���������  Penticton Herald.  Try the Drugstore First  ^tlo    woii'US^H  Wl~T'  the purest Drags, the best Toilet Articles and  Supplies are necessary*  You can always be sure  of these, if you buy at  Our Drug Store  We carry a fresh stock pf  the best goods.   . *  '  PRESCRIPTIONS  Dispensed  EATTI  it  Mail Orders a  Specialty.  Phone Service   .  Prompt Attention  Day by day, in every way,  The FORD is getting better.  Today's Price $671  i*        ��������� y* -a���������* t** r~t *t-* yv ic t_  I.O.D.     ���������CJ^ll^ I V^IN  STAPLES & ������XERSOM  1  cf s ar  For days the Growers  Committee has worked on the Contract getting into it all the details that mean the foundation of a growers' organization that will put the fruit industry on its feet  You know tbe result of tha past two years.    Do you want to experience them again this season?    Of course you don't    The prosperity "of the entire fruit  industry depends on the growers of British Columbia getting solidly behind the organization.    With 80 to 90 per cent, of the growers loyally  supporting the Co -Operative they will have made agricultural history in British Columbia. -  For Your Own Sake, and the Industry's Sake, SIGN THE CONTRACT  See Your Local Committee  Loeal Committees are being -organized in every district to carry on the membership campaign. To them the contracts have lieen sent. Get in touch with  your neighbor and find out about the Mass Meetings. Get a contract, study  it, and sign it���������the sooner the better. IP there is anything you don't understand, consult your Local Committee men.  Financial Men Endorse Plan  The Vancouver financial interest** have approved of fche new organization.  They say, "Get on with the job���������time ie short."  Growers���������Save Yourselves  Your apportunity fco save yourself has arrived. Sign the contract���������ifc is exactly  as recommended by Aaron Sapiro���������and bring into being the Co-Operative  Growers of British Columbia, Limited. When your, and your neighbor's  con tract a are signed success is assured,    The money will be in circulation.  *' ' "*  '^-.���������OOJlIIJBCC'C'C IH' W *OrMkMlff^  Your Organissation Committee is working on many details which will be announced aa noon o-a possible    Ifc'o tn. big job, but prosreaais being made.  SIGN THE CONTRACT AND YOU WILL NOT NEED TQ CONSIGI  This contract is for your protection -jt In the best form of insurance.    You will hear mmy rumors about everything under the sun in connection wiih tho  new orgAnissation���������-but remomher the new organization is of growers, fop growers, and managed by growers themselves.  Don't pay any attention to all the petty statements of those whoso interests are opposed to yours.    Remember that the now Co-Operative Growers is  built on the Sapiro plan���������Yoa know what that is.  ** ' * .     - y> ���������  ALL MUST WORK  TOGETHER FOR THE GOOD OF THE INDUSTRY!  m fftfw-tt     -tmVmmBWaffmmammmm    ff-Saf    -%0MW~  Imi Tttm'tsr?^  ggg&tlt^    mtigj m������m    ^m ^^^^ .^ .mm  ^B-mWaSMiaa     SIV-Sp     vvmI^0   JV-w-Si  1 i��������� mF mum    -- -- ulrrii B^^ iliriM   Bum JSlTS   xff3 -tS. B-0  ���������������l������UMi .wm.<M.<nit ^^^^^^^^^^H^^^^^^^^^^^^S  _mB~~M~am~n~mamm~wmm~niii������ mmm ������,, .    .  y  '-������������������ ~.i~^.-  "yfy  Zy  ���������z.\  imm^Mmmm^stmmw  &%  -   A, IBQN&  F>~-AIN ~% OFffJAM-S-MTAL  CO-VCf-OTEWOI-tCL  (Canyon)      ERICKSON P:0.        B.C.  BOAR FOR SERVICE-  Registered  Berkshire .Boar for Service, $3. "R, STEWART, Aline Siding.  1922 ������������������������  Is there any  Meat iii  the  House?  ���������This is the first question that presents itself  to the housewife if an  unexpected ���������visitor-drops  in fojra nieal. But why  worry?-      -".'."..  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest  Quality  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  Bologna, ������&c  a������ua     alurava      ++\     Vua * Y-toij-l  m~~4-~^*       SSttt mw *a+j S5        *r+r        %-r-w       ��������� ��������� < ���������*���������������  here. In xneata nothing  quite equals 'Shamrock3  products.  e3Hifjtn-eiii 3  Show Usual Gain  Vm  BUKN5  & CO., Lid.  ���������    Synopsis of     m  land Ad Anenrfraen-ts  Mlnlraam prica of first-class land  roaaeed to $6 aa mare; secontf-ateaa tc  93.50 a& aero.  Pre-emption aow confined te surveyed lands only.  Records vrUl be granted covering only  land enltable for a-grteuitural purpose?  ���������ndwIUcfe is non-timber land.  FarSs^rsa'p pre-esapUons a*boii&&e������.  but parties of not more ttiast foar^snagr  ������TBAfe for adjacent pre-emptions*  wlftn -joint residence, but eaeby-nsakms  necaseauy Improvements on respective  claims. &~  Fre-emptors most occupy- *������tgiiyi*w for  nve years and make. Improvements to  valne off flO.perjtercu including dear-  ine and cultivation, off at least 5 acres.  ne������3S������ **P"ceIvln������ Clrown Grant..  Wfcere pre-emptor In occupation not  less tban S years, and has made proportionate Improvements, he may. be-  caoa? 2������.Ul-healUi. or other cause, be  granted Intermediate certificate -of improvement and transfer his claim.  Records without permanent residence may be Issued, provided appli-  japt makeB Improvements tb eztent of  WOO pee annum and records same each  year. Failure to make Improvements  or^reeord^same will operate, as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained In  _^jlgWZ*'-Y*>^::*~m~- Improvement* F  of $10.00 per acre. Including 8 Acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  of ^at least S years are required, a.  Pre-emptor holding Crown arant  may record another pre-emption, if he  requires land in conjunction with his  txxrm, without actual occupation, nro-  II2rd������-l!J2tuto,5r i������Provement������ made  Snd������������5?V,*om?������ maln������������toed on Crown  granted land.  --2nBUrve:|re<!l "a***, not exceeding 2o  3������^~ fP^J1*! leased as homesltes:  5^.i*S b* 2b1������*ined after fulfilling residential and Improvement conditions.  E"or erasing and industrial purposes  reag| exceeding   040   acres   may   be  to%58? *������ ������..no PWBon <w company.  .,������P* /**tory ������������" Industrlafidies on  timber land not exceeding __ ocrea  may b������" purchased; conditions include  payment of atumpage.  h������ StVflRlJ1*^ meadows inaccessible  ������y SxJ*,MnJK roads may be purchased  conditional upon constructionf^ffaroad  to them.   Rebate of one-half of cost of  rS#i* li.������LB5ceed,n������ htit of purchase  price, is made.  PRS.BMPTOna! /FRSB GRANTS  A ACT.  The soope of this Aot Is enlaraed to  puitA~z^^-^^^  J!-***������0**"?/1 prp:������mptor msy apply  for tftlc under thia Aet lirextended  such perapn, aa formerly, until on*  year after the conclusion of the present  S������������i2^ Privilege is also ^ST^i-  troactive. -ts  *���������- J^-.-tfW���������* to W������^mptlonaar������  due or payable by soldiers on ore-  emptlona recorded after June J*, ftu  *SSf .���������!* **������"���������������������* 'or ������vo yeari  Provision for return or monero ao-  oruad^due and been paid afnetSugtut  ������, 10*14, on aooount of payments, ?���������������������  or taxes on soldiers^ pr^nptions.  ^������������������ 5!*"L?" ,tt!lflM??m?,,lt���������, *��������� Pisnshsaa  wwn or csty lota held by members of  Allied, moroes, or dependant, aooulred  direct ov indirect, remitted fromSn-  llatment to March 11. imoT  ftUD.PUnCHAJKRJ Or CROWN  urown grants to sub-purchasers    of  purchasers, who failed to complete  Durchasa. Involvinjr forfeiture, on ISS-  mimsnt of mmdlMonn of "nwjrenace. Sn-  cereat and taxes. Where eub-purohas-  ���������rsTdo not claim whole of orlafnal SSJ.  5fj,rti- V2bI���������  .Propoftlonately   o^lV  maS? by'Sfcy ifUS*"*���������   m"M   *���������  ORAZINO. **     '  ^ draslnir Aot. 1810, for systematic  development of ttvwtock industry prcs-  viaes ?or rrnslny rtlntrleta and ranae  administration under Commissioner.  Annual armsln* permits Issued bas������di  nn rmraihnriii r������nta~*A- rtrSry*.**.. a.*-, -.���������.....*  tlnjjcel ownoro, Qtock-owners may  form AwioolAtlons for ranee wiArvatre-  Ee������t.    0Y������j-a, or partially $r~~n. pervniie  r *M������iU<W'������j, c������an|H3rs er tr*v*l|������K*��������� up  With the ex ':  and crabapples. ffrmlt production iti  Ceebton Valley for 1922 continues-to  show an ..increase" that _equals. pi*ac-  ally every other year since local orchards came into bearing ib any  con 8iderabl&. quantity, last -.years's  apple shipments totalling 154.307 boxes  as compared with 128,756 boxes iii I92i,  with an et=t"tniat^<3 20������dOO boxes in  Storage*  Tn the vegetable line there is a fair  ing off shown tn potatoes shipped-, as  well as in cabbage, peppers and  cucumbers. As to spuds the produc  t'on was really greater, but duer to a  poor market large ' quantities of  potatoes were carried over for sprang  selling, whilst the slump in cucumber  output is entirely doe to adverse,  market 'conditions rendering it-inadvisable to ship either the table or  pickler varieties.      -        - -  In the shipping of fi-rest product**  1822 has'been- quite the banner year in  the manufactured product, the increase  in* lumber shipped as compared with  1921 jumping from 162 to 421 cars.  There was also a considerable, gain in  the outgo of poles, but the shipping of  ties is much less and*- there" was a decrease in the export of posts. For the  first time in several years, lath were  on the export list the past year with a  t >tal sale of almost 2500 bundles.  ; - JDufcinfflT 1*823 t^b1 "as again kept os  the shipping of livestock and the  records show three carloads of beef  cattle feft the Valley, but there was  only outside sale for five head of  horses. " A total of 814 hides were  shipped, 7800 dozens'of eggs and-well  over three tons of dressed poultry.  The past year's honey . output has  been officially estimated at just oyer  7000 lbs, which is high water mark  .in the history of local beekeeping, a  considerable portion of - the increase  coming from the soldier settlement at  "Lister, where a few of the farmers are  making quite a success of apaiary  effort. -  In connection with orchard effort in  the Valley in . 1822 sates of nursery  stock were the largest for - several  years past ..with a decided preference  being-' aflowa -for* Mcintosh Red;  JDelicu.ua and the later winter varieti-  es of apples, whilst there* was also an  unusually heavy demand for sweet  cherries. Top working of orchards  has also been quite heavy and in every  case the tendency is in the direction of  getting late winter- varieties of which  the Valley is now notoriously short.  To offset the slump in the strawberry crop a decided gain of just over  2000 crates is noted in the outgo of  raspberries, and the gain in cherries is  almost 100. per cent, us compared with  1021. In ripe tomatoes the increase is  from 5910 crates a year ago to 0472  crates shipped in 1022.* ,  Due to lower prices prevailing the  value of the 1922 fur'shipments shows  a decline of about $8000 as compared  with the year previous. 1021 having a  fur. export valued at $12,000. The  catch of muskrats was exceptionally  heavy the past twelve months, over  2000 hi these pelts   being  shipped   in  1022, along with 865 weasel, 138 mink,  115 marten, and much lesser quantities  of half a dozen, other tines, including  11 bearskins.  During the year the spacious new  Fruit Growers' Union warehouse was  completed and equipped with the best  in labor saving packing house equipment, whilst the firm also installed a  Cutler Grader in their Brickson warehouse. During the -summer Staples  Fruit Company, limited, also doubled  their warehouse cuppctty at Erickson>>  including the purchase of a grading  machine, and  for  the  flrat  time  in  FRUIT.  Apples, boxes.. .154.807  Strawberries, crates........ 13,203  Raspberries      '*"���������      .  0,407  Gooseberries     *���������      .  828  Cherries              *���������"      . 4.24&  Currants **     ..  1,807  Blackberries      *���������      .. 400  Loganberries     "     ........ 28  Plums Prunes   *"���������     ....;.... 6,800  Feachea             "     .  203  Pears, hoxea....^.. ........... 4,183  Crabapples boxes . 2,553  Rhubarb, lba ..~~.��������� 1,681  '    VEGETABLES.  RIpeTomntoes, orates.... 0,472  Green Tomatoes    '*���������     460  Cucumbers               "���������"���������   .... 8,802  Peppers, lbs '~.~~~~~~~~~~. 8,785  Cabbage, Hw..:  11,000  Potatoes, tons..rA  67  FOREST PRODUCTS.  "Lumber, carfl,...._��������� .��������� 421  Piling       ���������*    17  PustH **     ������     8i  Slabs ������������������ ^   25  Poles        . *"*        72  Ties ������������������ ���������.���������. ISO  Lath, hundlefl.,.1*1" ""T.".2884  history central peck of apples was  established at all' points-in Creston  Valleyvthe Union operating a packing  shed at Canyon as well.  Owihg -to "an advei-se marketing  situation that has never been equalled  in the history of-the fruit industry  any comparison'.with 1021 financial  returns must-needs'be detri mental to  the year just - closed, but -averaging  prices upon1 the returns available it is  safe to say ~������hat the 1022 fruit and  vegetable" crop .{brought returns well  over the $200,000 mark, and when to  these are added the value of the forest  prod8icts,etc.0- that were shipped, the.  gross revenue from all sources, in the  area. from. Kitchener to Sirdar last  year was -sometnsng- better than half- a  million dollars.'.-Z*- .  Another feature of thev 1922- marketing policy of the orchardists was the  going after the'apple export trade, ip  the neighborhood of thirty cars having  heen shipped to the London, England,  market before the "end of the year.  In the sale of fruit shown at "the Imperial Frnst Show in London in November record frfces were fetched cm  the Cox Orange .apple and Cleargue  pears 'shown by Robert Stark, the  apples bringing: $11 a box and the  pears $6 in the half-box packages.  IF  Money  HTHE old "wayof cass^tngYaox moffifisp  in gold to abdt,when travelling  had neither the advantages of safety  ~~nor 'comfort.  OUR Travellers? Cheques are pay*  -able only to .your order,  can be  cashed promptly to'saaall amounts fot  -^our immediaie reauirements and take  little space to your -pocket Try them.  t et*i  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  PAID-UP CAPITAL       ������        - $15,000,000  RESERVE FUND ���������        - $15,000,003  CRSSTON BRANCH, C. ������. Bennett, Manager.  3  Hot  Cow For Sax.b���������Freshened January  6th,    good    milker,    J.   W.    Wood,  Potatoks���������Good eating potatoes^  $1.25 per back, delivered anywhere'in  town. il. Stewart.  J 00.���������-  Cow - -Poit  Sai=m���������Milch  co??v  freshened, i$80 for both cow* and calf.  R. J. Long, Erickson.  Anglican Church Services  SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 25  CRESTON  7.30 p.m.  K������r-.  Pianoforte,- Organ and  Singing Lessons  ARTHUR COLLIS, Creston  ������**-  and  d������ tav^T-M.       V  V    HSm^mt^tt.  Heating  Sheet Metal Work.    A good stock of .JPipe  and Pipe Fittings on hand.  EW. RYCKMAN,-Crestoh  j_  How la tha Tttnm  Prepare your Buffltllngjm  tor Winter  1  -P~0.L~.~~- 76  Mm Assessment District  NOTICE is hereby given, in accord  nace with the Statutes, that all  assessed taxes levied under the "Taxation Act" and the "Public Schools  Act" are now due and payable for the  year 1823.  All taxes collectable for -the Nelson  Assessment District are due and payable at my Office, situate in the Courthouse, in the City of Nelson, B.C.       ;  This-Notice, in terms of law������ Ip  equivalent to a personal demand by  me upon all persons liable for taxes.  Dated at Nelson, B.C. thia 15th day  of February 102S.  S. B. TOWNSEND.  --"    Collector for the Nelson  Assessment District.  We have just the kind of Lumber you need  to do tnis work.  -"    - .'    n  rZ    '"'  Protect your house from Fire- by  building a Brick Chimney  We have the Brick!  Aho LimjB;. Cements Shingles- Latk9 MouMh~~**s9 4ke~  Canyon City Lumber Company  Ltffl&TED!  The days are lengthening, and the weather will soon be getting hot t  You Lighter Clothing Ready?  We haye juefc opened a shipment which includes���������  PINKTROUSENAIN  One  oE England's choice Mercerized Cottons���������  -suitable for Droaooo, Wswato or  Dainty "Underwear.  ENGLISH WASHWELL GINGHAMS  36 inahes -wide, in all new designs,  POTTER'S PRINTS  Fast colors.   "  PRINTED VOILES  Dresa lon^thfl, in a variety of choice patterns and  colorings.  *  CANADIAN PRINTS  Other now arrivala inolndo Canadian Prints at  25a., in a variety of colorings, etc'"  CAPS For MEN  Several different, bnt all new, etyleo.  Murray's19 Derby   Shoes  for Men  have  also arrived  Better values are given than for years post.    All new styles.  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The streets, bordered by  dusty, weather-beaten, frame buildings, were as wide as those of a large  city; indeed, in area, the town could  compete with many a. metropolis; but  there the resemblance ended. Crawling Water was not fated to become a  big city. The fact that the nearest  railroad point was at Sheridan, forty  miles away, did away with any ambitions that Crawling Water-might have  had to" be more than a neighborhoocl  center. ..*���������.-.  The mixed population was composed of cattle men, sheep men, "cow  punchers and herders, with a sprinkling of gamblers and other riff-raff.  Rough, uncouth, full-blooded men,  they were, for the most, part A*; hard  ^working; decisive in their likes an<I  dislikes; fearing neither God nor man,  they met Life as; they, fouiidit .and  iased Death with" a laugh.. Wiiey  were the last of a fast disappearing  type, picturesque, but lacking in -many,  of the attributes which differentiate  mankind from the beasts.  Hardly more than a village, Crawling Water was yet, a tpwn,  s^at of such machinery of government  as had been established, and accordingly, Gordon Wade had ridden directly thither after his far from satisfactory interview with Oscare Jensen-.  After he had stabled his horse and  seen it fed, he started up the street  in the direction of Moran's office. He  was resolved to find out where the  agent stood on the sheep question  without any unnecessary delay.    Savo  for a few dogs, sleeping In the. blaze  of the noon-day sun, which hung- overhead like a ball of fire, the- town  seemed deserted. ] ������  When Wade entered the office, Moran was seated at his desk, chewing  on a cigar, above which his' closely  cropped reddish mustache bristled.  Like Senator-Rexhill, he was,. a^man  of; girth and bulk, but his ape-like  body was endowed with a strength  which not eyen.,;hls gross life had been  able to wreck,' and he was always  museulaiiy fit....'. Except for thf miner's hip boots, which he wore,-he was  rather handsomely dressed, and|would  have been called taste'fully so: in the  betting ring of ,a-, metropolitan! racetrack, /'where his ; diamond scarf-pin  and rin*j|i would-have been admired.  "Hello!���������}'������������������ be,boomed as Wade*-enter-  ed; iJ'Have,>a cigar.".: He pushed a  box-of an excellent brand toward his  --*** His  cor-  and  you  visitor ja.nd waved him to a_chafr  greeting was noisy;rather   than-  dial*. ' '��������� ��������������������������� ���������  ������������������������������������ ��������� '���������-"���������' .>"*.'.'.:- ���������-. ^  Wade  declined  both the chair  the cigar. ���������''"'���������' ?  "I droppedv;in; to find out why  told Jensen to run his sheep in on rny  range,** he began bluntly.  "Let me see--:"- The agent very  deliberately lifted a large, white hand  and took-'the cigar out of his mouth.  "Just what range-is that?" .-.  "The. upper valley range which I  have under lease."  "Which, you ha\^e under lease?"  Moran affected "sarcastic surprise. ."I  wasn't aware that you had any legal  right to that part of the valley. It's  government land, ain't it?"  "You seeru to have forgotten that  you once tried to buy the 1-easfe fupm  me^" ������������������ The rancher bared his teeth  in a grim smile.* ���������  "We'll not quibble  After Every Meal  ho;he-  off each meal  wiftti a bitof  sweet in tne form  of WRIGLEY'S.  If satisfies tne  sweet foofti and  aids digestion.  Pleasure and  benefit combined.  Vv*p6'p'*tf  ' '^*f;*::,.iPjjPTl';Bi������fsi''  |*"^w*r^^f*-pffll"i^  over that, however. "We've got our'  legal right, all of us; but we're a long  distance from the courts here. What  I want to know in plain English is,,  will you order Jensen to trail those  sheep?     Now, waitamomefit!"       :  Moran    subsided    with    a r^how* of  tolerance he did not feel.  "Think w^il before yoa answer,"  Wade ^j^ntv art. ������������������* "I'm not here to  threaten1 yort, but there are desperate  men in,this valley wlio will take mat-  tiers into their own hands, if this business is not stopped. There's plenty  of grass on the other side of the  mountains and your sheep are ~ welcome to it.     Why don't you make Use  Of  it?V  -,.*-> .    - %  "Why 'should I ? The sheep have  a right to be where,they are and thf re  they'll stay ..until 'l get������ ready :to move  'em.*7 You cattle men think you own  this eountry, but -when it comes to the  shown down, you're a bunch of bluffers. ^3Sr6ty:^"Wade, I made you an offer  once���������I'll "admit it, and I'll make^it  again lor the last time. Sell me  and th<? your homestead and "fease rights "at  - the price I offered you���������ten thousand  dollars, and get out smiling. There  isn't room for the two of us in 6lie  valley."  "Ten thousand dollars for the  stead and the lease combined!" Wade  laughed mirthlessly. ."You're crazy,  man. Why, you offered me that raupli  for the lease alone a Jew weeks ago."  "Did I? I'd forgo I ten it. Any wav,  it's a fair offer.' The,.* land is &.till  owned by Uncle Sam, you know. You  haven't proved up on your claims,  you nevel will if I can help it.  are spending lots of money here,  the^ government will see that our interests are protected. You cattle  men can't hog the whole of Craw)ins  Water "Valley. Times have changed.  Well, what do you say?"  The ranchman dismissed the proposition with a gesture, but did not immediately speak.-- Silently, the two  big men fticed cacti"* other, thsii*  ^glances crossing liko rapiers; the cattle man like a statue in bronze in the  fixed rigidity of his attitude, but with  an expression.,that showed him one  dangerous to trifle with; the agent affecting that half tojeranl; amusement  which one may feel toward an onemy  unwortliy of one's prowess. Wade  presently broUe the silence.  "Moran, you may be a big man in  the East, hut you're not big enough  for the job you've tackled here. I've  held my friends back as long as I can  ���������longer than I thought I could���������and  when they break loose, this valley be  a little hell, perhaps a shambles. Men  are going to be killed, and 1 hava a  feeling that you aro going to. be ono  of llieni. Against Ihat, time, once  moro, I warn you. Tel) Jensen te  trail liis sheep!"  .Swinging on .his heel, the rrmclunan  left  tho oilice. paying no attention to  ahd  "\������e  and  I  I  Ncjfvcs So Bad. That  She W*iiild Sit and Cry  Mrs.   Mary Hocking,   Madoc,   Ont.,   writes:���������  "Dt. Cliaac's Nene Foot] ji-u ������. ilouc mc .> Wuiitleiful lot of go^d.  I sufFercd from general vveakncsn and was so run down and my heart  and nerves were in such, bad shape that I would sit down and cry  and not know what I was crying about. I also  used lo have wc,jk ipe'I:,. TlianJwi to Dr. Chuac'a;  Nerve  Pood,  however. I  am  real well   now.   1  shall a'ways  keep a box  of  the  Nerve food in tlir house, and re~  coftimi.ii<,i   llieni   to  my   friend*.;  t\.ry are  :i "wonderful medtcime.'"  (Mr, J. W. Vince, Drug#i$t, of  Misdor., Out.. ������ays: "I have mid  Mr*.  Wi.c.Vui-/, your Nerve Food,  awl   lhe   rn������������r|irir*e  hat  done   her  much  good,.")  "~\s wtt-m     ml wm J-m S> 9*1 fas     Pwi B%XS. ������/ wrl  -f^'al sift bp  r  SO Onr* n. htit, nil tlf-nU-r**, nr i-.tlitinti^titi, iltitt-k Jt  i'n.. T,it\,. Tfirnnsln  iiiili'  ^i^iNiii  v  **������������������ p-  j-^ZZ.   tv"  thev ironical "Good "night," which  Moran called after him.  In the street, Wade chanced upon a  neighboring cattle owner, *Lem Trow-  biidge of the Circle Heart outfit, who  Jell into step with him.        .���������     ���������   ���������  "Gordon, how long are we going to  stand for this thing, eh? Say, do  you know what; some are saying about  you? Now, I'm your friend, and I'm*  telling you .straight that' you're gone  far enough With this pacifist stuff."  "They say I'm; afraid, I suppose?"  Wade stopped and fac<������d Trowbridge.  "Have they said that to you?"  "To me?      Say, what the  kind  of a friend do you take me for?"  'Trowliridge itamed up like a match.  "No, they-havn't said just that, Gordon; hut they're hinting, and I don't  like it."    .     ���������'.        .  "Well, if yo,u hear it direct, send  the man on to me witli it," said Wade,  his lips compressing ominously. "I'm  about through, "Lem, not quite, but  pretty nearly. I've told Moran to  have Jensen trail those sheep, and if  he doesn't.    ..."  Trowbridge nodded and "smiled, as  they paused at a street cprnei*���������one  of the few that Cra>yling-Water possessed. ;.,;    ,  "ghat's the idea, Gordon. We'll all  ho the readier for tho waiting. Well,  I'll nol. go any iarther with you." Ho  winked with cluborato precision, and  looked in tho direction of a snug little cottage, wiih -flower boxes in die  windows, a biscuit Iobr away, "SIiq'h  home. T saw*'her leave the store  yonder a little while ago."  Wade blushed liko a boy and look  ed fool lah.  "I don't get. Into town so very often." he began lamely, when TroAv-  bridge slapped him< honrtlly on the  back.  "Y������mi don't need' to nuvlce nny excuses to mo, old man," he said, moving oii. "Thnt li ttl o woman has put  Crawling Water-on edgo with admlni-  fion, Ymt'i-o not ' lite only onc���������or  maybe, you mw"  Secret ly eager though Wndc waa to  reach the cot I ago, the ncai;pi* he approached it, ^ini Blower he walked,  fuming at himself for ht������ sudden  :;].lnc l/..**'rn ;���������,���������.. Allhougl* lio ladioi*.'  inn.n. he lind never boon wonuin wary  lalcl.s, und l.hlH of IlneU" wa.s a  (lie nlgnifictmce of which he \vnn  Voiii rfall/.lng. Whon he wiih  iJoroihy IMtrnell, l>e altupsl. lor-  )ifi* Hf.v in tlio easy coiupnnlon-  ty of thi'lr rohillouHlilp; whon  orn hor, ho thnuglit. no moro of  with him. There had even been ..occasions whence had walked past the  cottage and, ridden home without seeing her, trying speciously to convince  himself that such had all along been  his intention.  Something of the sort might havc  happened now had- she not hailed him  from the open doorway.  "Whither bound, stranger?" she  smilingly demanded, in her low, rich  contralto. "Better come in where  It's cool. Mother'll be glad to'see  you, and I���������shan't mind."  She had come to Crawling Water  for the restorative effect of the bracing mountain air upon the health of  her mother, who was threatened with  nervous invalidism, following the  death of-Mr. Purnell, two years before. The town called them "Easterners  because  their  home  was  as   far.  East as Michigan, but they had never  been cits* dwellers, as Dorothy's fresh  complexion and lithe, alert figure bore  witness. * .L.jj- ������������������  ,    (To be continued)  Minard's Liniment for Coughfe & Colds  _��������� No nian or woman should hobble  painfully about because of corns when  so. certain a relief is at hand as Hollo-  way's Corn Remover.  "do you thinit, professor," said tile  musically ambitious youth, "that I  shall ever be able to do any things with  my voice?" ,  "Well," was the cautious reply, "it  may come In handy to raise the neighborhood in case of invasion."  until  ���������HiKn,  far   I  will*  tfol.  nbllH;  away  fi  her than be might, of Home man  fi'lond; but tho. approach had become  a  nifniei* oi    eniljarruiSBlng    ditllculry  v\  n.   i;  11;  UNLESS you see the name "Bayer'' on tablets, you  are not getting Aspirin at all  'Accept only an ���������"'unhrofcfcn package:" of ''Bayer Tablets of  Aspirin," which contains directions, and dose worked out-by  physicians during* 22 years and proved safe by millions for  Headache Rheu ma tism  Neuralgia" Neuritis  Lumbago Pain, Pain  Colds  Toothache  Earache  Handy "Buyer" boxes of 1*2 UMota���������Also l������ofeiIea oC 2-1 nnd "100--r*n>j*Eiftto.  Jlitplrlii 1* tin. trrulrt marlc (r-CBliiUr-^d In Canailn) of Ttayor Manurapt-iirn of Mono-  *r������-tl������-H-*-iilf*li3i- .nl H������������-i������yllcn������*l<l. Wlilln II. In w*ll luiown tSuat Aw|i1vln m������ui>������ UaTni"  siv-nriiifncsim*)'. 1. si. .lit* ih. rnn1������!!i- mit:ilm������it tmltaHonn, ihr- 'Va1������������"I~ ui Hayfir Cornpisssr  ���������mill   !><���������  i*|:iinr*"-tl   nun  tl>������*lr  irnnionil   iru.il-  rnnrh, Xtsts "ItiLK"' Or<)*���������."������ '-I-  THE     BEVTEW,   ^CEESTON,     B.      C.  ���������*-,  Agricultural Training  Beatty Offers Farm CounsesJn -Alberta  For Boys of Britain  Announcement is -made that President , Beatty, of the C.P.R., is awarding  a full summer course at the agricultural schools of Alberta to the four  prize winners of the young farmers*  clubs of,Great Britain. "  These organization have been form?  ed in farming communities of the British Isles and also "in Western Canada,  some particular or specialized line of  fawning being taken up by members.  In Saskatchewan, these organizations  increased their -membership from 460-  in "1913 to io.OOO in 1921, and .in the  same period in Manitoba they have  increased from* seven clubs to 240  ^clubs,. with 1,500"'branch,clubs with a  Lbial memhei'shi-n>"*of \25,QQ$t-Z   Z'  .Tlie-.lour "'s^lected^boys :-5V*lll arrive  in. Canada in time -to"commence their  summer -course _at the Alberta .agricultural schools in. .May -next. There  is a possibility that, the award will be  rr*ade an. annual one.    -._"."  McARTHUR SAYS  WORK'SEASYNOW  i.  WORlbiMENINCS    I  The women^oiTth-s- state of San Luis'  Poto, Mexico, -are.-jgiven ��������� the- franchise  under a measure "adoptqcLby the state  legislature.        'ity \ -  A resolution "requesting con^r^ss ,to.  modify and liberalize the "Volstead  Prohibition Act was in,troduced at" the  opening of the New'Jersey Lcgisla-  ture. ...  5 -   \  -The reduced^" rental . charged for  grazing privileges.-on school lands .in  the western provinces of six'"cents per  acre, instead^ of vten' cents, is- -to be  continued for another year.  Captain George" Chanot, one ������"-f *he  two French soldiers who were awarded the "Victoria^Jross during the Croat  War has been a'v'ointed magistrate  of St. Pierre, Miquelon.  % The price of sugar has been advanced 15 cents a hundred by the Atlantic  Sugar "Refineries, Limited. It was Haiti  that the increase was effective all  over Canada.  The* cost of living in Germany increased 53.6 per cent, in December,  the average of 'prices being 685* times  as great as those charged before the  war, according to-figures published.  ' An unusual education project, is being forwarded by the British Federation of University woemn. ft contemplates taking a 500-year lease of Crosby Hall," a fifteenth century structure  on Chelsea embankment; for use as a  resident for foreign women graduate  students.  CASTORIA  For Infants and Children .  in Use For Oyer 30 Years;  Always bears  the  Signature of  HEALTHY CHILDREN *  ALWAYS SLEEPWELL  ��������� The healthy child sleeps well, and  during it's waking hours is never cross  but always happy and-laughing. It is  only the sickly child that is cross and  peevish. Mothers, if your. children do  not ^leep well; if they are cross and  -cry a great deal, give th^m. Baby's  Own Tablets and they will .soon be  well aud happy -again. - The -Tablets  are a mild but thorough laxative which  regulate the bowelsr sweeten the" stomach, banish constipation, colic and Indigestion and promote JiealthfuL sleep.  They are absolutely guaranteed free  from opiates, and may be given to the  new-horn* - bah? with - perfect 3a������ety.  They are sold by; medicine-dealers, or  by mail at 2~* cents a box from, The  Dr. Williams'-Medicine Co., "Brockville,  Ont. f  01 ^ -  Calgary Citizen* Declares Tanlae End-  >   ed   His  Rheumatism and   Put  Him 6n His Feet  "Tanlac lost no time driving out my  troubles two years ago, when I had  rheumatism so,* bad I could hardly-  work, and I haven't had a pain since."  This emphatic statement was made recently, by David A. McArthur, 1042,  10th Avtf. "Ey-'West Calgary, .Alberta,  well-known proprietor of the barber  shop at the -National Hotel.  "If you ever had a bad toothache,"  he said, "you will know how I felt,  only'that" dull/throhhlng pain was all'  up and down "'my - left side. Etaery  joint in my" lef tvieg, arm and shoulder  pained me all the time, and at night  I could get no rest-or sleep, no matter  what position I tried to lie in.J When  I was at work* the pains were just as  bad or worse, and I was simply miserable. . - '*���������_ x - ~~  "What people said about Tanlac in  j the pajfers Started me.' taking it, and  j I've been thankful a thousand times.  This medicine certainly did the work  for me and I gladly recommencl it to  others."  / Tanlac is for "sale."by all good druggists.  Over 35-niillion bottles sold. -,  ISliPilfll  mm^S^w^izm^-  ^^&^^^j^^M0wj$M&  Britain's Arable Land  tc&tkedttt  Religion Was Intact  An oid daiky got tip one night at a  revival meeting and said: "Brudders  an' sisters", you knows an* I knows dat  I ain't been what I oughter been, ls'e  robbed, hen roosts, and stole hogs,  an' tole lies, an* got drunk an' slashed  folks wl' mah _ razor, -an' shot craps,  an* cussed an' swore, but I thank the  Lord* der's one thing I aint nebber  done; I aint nebber lost mah religion."  Help Wanted.  oHian      u*jy       \Z*j      iiie     iJiCcj,CJU<ci,.���������-  "Please,  mister,, we  got a new sled.  Would ye mind prayin* for snow?"���������  Life: .  r*   \flj fcl 1   AH*>AA jA*k   am   A  t  ml  M   *������������������������--*   ���������**   m- 0   .   0   x   x   * m.  x   ma^Aaji*m^,   b  -9 1 *t W ��������� V V V^WV 9 m t w^^p^^ ���������VTvT^TfVTrT^V'-^TnTW-*^^^   ���������  "Cascarets" 10c  **\   Best   Bowel   Laxative  When   Bilious,  Constipated "i.  Reduction  in  Amount of Agricultural  Land is Announced    ' .  "Reduction    of    the    arable area of  Great Britain has been~"~ continuous  since 1918. "Land nogr under the plow  is not much greater than immediately  before the war" according to a-report  from the ministry .of agriculture.^  The total - area under crops and  grass showed less change in 1925  than for several years past, the figures  being, 26,025,000 acres in 1922, against  26,140,000 in 1921. The arable area,  however, was reduced by 308,000 acres  while the permanent grass area was  increased by 189,000 acres. '  _ People Should Eat More Fish  .Every day should-be fish day, x.ot  Friday-alone, says New York Health  Commissioner Copeland. He thinks  people eat altogether, too much meat,  and that public school children are  "taught everything -* except how to  live."  Do   not    Si-Bet  another dav v*i its  ������   0 l. 01   t   00���������     *D1 -0.0.X  ���������.wail HKi X-UCvrix-  ing,) or "rrotrud-  iagr'PItes. No  surgical operation required.  Dr. Ch&se'g "Ointment will relieve you at once  and afford lasting fcsaaflt.. 60c a box; all  dealers, or Edmanson, Bates ft Go., "Limited,  Toronto. Sample Box free ii you mention this  P*I>*cl and wC'vSS 3c. st-Kttp to p&y postage j  Excellent for Croupy Children.���������-  When a child is suffering with .croup  it is a good plan to use Dr. Thomas*  Eclectrie Oil. . It reduces the inflammation and loosenavthe phlegm-giving  srieed-y relief to the little sufferer. It  is equally reliable for sore throat and  chest, earache, rheumatic pains, cuts,  bruises and sprains. Dr. Thomas* Eclectrie Oil is regarded by many thousands as an indispensable of the family medicine chest.  Unfit to Liye���������Must JDie  i_ -.. - X ^���������ad-'"' - jA-        r     .  , ..        .-���������-���������-      '0���������.:-       " ���������  This verdict is rendered a thousand  times every week���������no corn can live,  it must pass out, drop off, if Putnam's  Extractor is applied to corns - and  warts. ,I*fse the old reliable "Putnam's," it never fails, 25c at all  dealers.  To clean out your bowels without  - cramping or,. overacting, take /^-Caa-  carets. Sick headache, biliousness,  gases indigestion, sour, upset stomach  and all such distress gone by morning-  Nicest physic on earth for grownups  and children. 10c a box. TasteJUke  candy. ~;  A Crack Shot  A man engaged in cleaning an observatory, noticed an astronomer-looking through a telescope.  A few minutes later, seeing a star  fall, the man, was .heard to* r.eniark:  "Strike me pink, tliat chap's' a crack  shot!"���������Pearson's. r  The  Useful  Echo  Br. II. C. Hayes, physicist, told the  Rational Academy^of Science in New  York that with an echo you can tell  to a hair just how deep the ocean is,  at any point in "all' its. 140,000,000  square miles, and with an echo to  guide you will be abte to navigate  safely through a fog so thick that you  can't see the bows of your own boat.  A man's debts last   longer   than his  words.  Feminine intuition is the mother of,  ���������*I-t!bld.-you-so."  f-    e  mMMTflMTMBj  iSt^  ���������#���������  ti.  .','���������  z.  Dairying In Manitoba v  Manitoba's dairying industry has  shown remarkablre development during  the past "few years and out of 51,000  farmers in the province there are now  26,000 of them producing and shipping  milk and cream.      --  MONEY OREHER&  Pay your out-of town, accounts by Dominion Express Money Orders, Five dollars  costs three cents.    . , -   HELP WANTED  SELL US YOUR SPARE TIME. YOU  can earn Fifteen to Fifty Dollars  "Weekly writing show-cards at, home.  No canvassing. Pleasant, profitable profession, easily, ' quickly  learned by our simple graphic block  system. Artistic ability unnecessary. "We instruct you and supply  you work.** Wilson Methods, Ltd.,  Dept., 99, Toronto, Canada.  Powerful Medicine.���������The healing  properties in six essential oils are "concentrated in every bottle of/ Dr.  Thomas' jEclectric Oil, forming ,one of  the most beneficial liniments ever offered to the use of man. Many can  testify as to its power in allaying pain,  and many more can certify that they  owe their health to it. Its wonderful  power is not expressed by the small  price at which it sells.  LADIES WAITED���������TO DO PLAIN  and light sewing at honie,'whole or  spateJ_time; good pay; -work - -sent  any distance, charges paid. Send  stamp for particulars. National  Manufacturing Co., Montreal.  J  ' Indiscriminate'Charity  To give money is to pauperize,, even  to the extent of helping a hungry man.  It is infinitely better to put him in the  way of- eaivn&ng his own dinner,, and  then he "will be able to earn other dinners and find his self-respect conserved as well' .as his self-containment  strengthened. To build "up independence should be the aim of all sound  philanthropy. Anything short of that  almost invariably does more harm  than good.���������Qttawa Journal.  America's  "Pioneer  "Dog 'Remedies  BOOK  ON^  DOQ  DISEASES  ������uid  How  to  "Feed  Mailed   I?ree   to auy.  v Address by the  Author   .  H.   CLAY   Q-LOVEtt  CO..  INC..  1SS    West   24 th    St..  New  York.   U.S.A.  Every careful and observant mother  knows when her child suffers from  worms. She also knows that ie some  remedy "be-not speedily applied much  harm will result to the infant. An  excellent preparation for this purpose  is Miller's Worm Powders. Thcy  drive worms from the system and set  up stimulating and Boothing effects, so  that the child's progress thereafter is.  painless and satisfying.   *  -J>.>.   0     *���������    .    ������*���������   ir    - t-    -  For the Kidneys  Kidney troubles are frequently  caused by badly digested food  which overtaxes these organs to  elirninatetheirritantacidsfornted.  Help your stomach to property  digest the food by taking 15 to  30 drops of Extract of Roots, sold  os Mother Stivers Curative Syrup,  and your kidney disorder will  promptly disappear. Get thf  genuine. 50c and $ 1.00 bottles.  Are you Fagged and foggy when you wake  up.in the morning? "There's a Reason."  ���������* ���������*v' --.' .'*������������������''' .*'.-*'  Tea and coffee are known to affect many  people that way. Often, too, these beverages cause nervousness, sleeplessness  and severe headache. "There's a Reason."*  t '."it*   **. ��������� ' ��������� *  '���������- Insiaiifc Postum,' made ..-from .choice,  roasted -wheat, is a delightful mealtime  beverage free from any element of harm.  Try it for awhile, instead of tea or  coffee, and let the Sunshine in.  .iAt your Grocer's in S-entcdf, Air-tight Tins  Canadians Not Cheese Eaters  ^Tiier-e are about 9,000.000 people  in Canada and eyery one ,of them  oyer two years of age "should be a  regular consumer of cheese. Now  ("tiey eat less than three p6u������ds each  a/year. They should be consuming  twice as much, and even then they  ���������vvould bo using only about "one-half  ���������fche ������������������q.uantlty'-per" head that is consumed in Great Britain.���������Toronto  <?lobo. . "** ��������� ���������  ;    "  'Unfortunately for our times."no-^  body has yet discovered u way to  rest in a hurry.  Instant Postum for health  A fre^i-arous sample tin of Inntont Postum  ������������������nt��������� postpaid, for 4c In Btamps.   Wrlt������s  "There's a Reason"  *.   *  Canadian Postum C������r*at Company, "Limited.   45 Front St.,^., Toronto,    Factory r Windsor, Ontario  wm~mtamiawu~wmm~~~t0a~~~ta~~t~m~~~am~m~~amnmm~~ma~^  ,,: Tho". cheapness   of Mqthor Graves*  Worm Exterminator puts    It    within  roach ol! all, und it can" bo got at any  ^druggist's.  ���������;���������������, ���������"'��������� Not Very Definite  l "���������'���������Tho fortune-teller was sending cold  Btrcums of horror down her victim's*  back as Bhe predicted the bad things  in b(pro for him Jn tho immediate fu-  tdr-rt. ^  ;"You will die in. a yoar!" ������he hlB3-  csl sit last. "Tills line in your palm  tolls ma ho."  ���������l.'TCclp!"    priiRped    thc    victim.      "It  Hurely cannot 1>p as bud us that'.'"  Th������ only Phonograph  in tha World tbit Playi  All  Rc-ordo Prot>mt*/....  Look for that,'-| J*- ;|  ..-������������������!  OVAL HORN  found only on  Tho  g%   {J-~r [ft     t*0^- Ji ^/ fr y' v%^J Wj ^V Bb fly '  A gfenulne Brunswick costa  you no moro titan an ordinary  talking machine. Insist on a  Brunswick and get tlto phonograph which Is designed to play  ALL records CORRECTLY.  The Musical Mtlsc. Sales Co.  143 Portage Ave.  E., Winnipeg.  ���������.  Ab    1    paid,*'  continued th<- f^Pi-.  hut  in  vita!  "yoii will dlo In tx year  y<sar I cannot Hoy."  am ������.������..������...������ ,- ....... - ~.- ...rn.*..  Minard's Liniment for Neuralgia  1fo������ Mtiisuvl'rt IJiiimoiit on  rnlioii wool l������rliiK/i rt*lief for  -Miii-iru'n i'.~ Kiiifi oi I'Hiii,  ,.  ' Minard's  Liniment  -  The F.-imily We-diclne Client.  *VV.    N,    p.    345������i mm*a~t~^n*>-=xr~v^&0>  XZxS5c~~5~i?.  &^SSim&r������Sa  ssgassecswssa  ' ���������, ���������- - ZZZ ;-"*������? ��������� -t'Ji  r********  THE   CjSjsS'JL'vM   JtsiE'-im-T-  Harness and  ShoeRepairs  I have now opened the  store   in   the   Postoffice  Block and am competent  and ready to do all kinds.  of leather repairs.  Reasonable prices combined  with promptness and  civility x  See me for low quotations  on netfr Harness for  Spring.  FRED BENHAM  Established 19!5 on t&e Firing Line  Local ami Personal  Biii Belanger of Lnmberton was a  visitor with Creston -friends a couple  of/lavs the fore part of the week.  Pipe For Sale���������Quantity of slight-  Iv used inch black pipe, at ;5 price tnat  will save you money.-   Lid-gate Bros.  Mrs. Lyne and Mrs:. Garland will be  hostesses at a Christ Church Guild  wlyer tea. at the" Gurlan-d home on  Saturday. March 3rd, 3 to 5.S0 p������m.  CRESTON  BAKERY  and  TEA ROOM  Hot Lunches  Vafentina Brick lee Cream  lert Norris  ttest Beran?*Gaiag8  SATURDAY and  MONDAY SPECIAL  Sunmaid Seeded  3 PACKAGES for  50c.  You al! know the excellence of  Sun Maid Raisins.  And yon are all bo well acquainted with the almost inum-  erable way a in which Raisins  can be naed.  That all there is left to say is  to point ont the great reduction  Un tit's*-*, wo l)..vc- made   on these.  for Saturday and Monday   selling?.  And to intimate that there is  anro to be a great demand for  them whioh will make Saturday  buying advisable.  t!m~tJ~\im~SSi  B,,,!r  RRflTHFRS i"*  d&fVICtf     atrmmmtt ii������tmtttiam.       riltiQft  Between 300 and 400 new books are  expected from Victoria this week and  will likely be available.to members of  Creston public library on Saturday.  There will be evening service onlv at  Christ Church on Sundav* at which  Rev. H. Varley will Rive an . address  on the topic, ������������������Why are we Christians'*  Fridav evening-, March 2nd. has  been booked by the band and -United  Farmers for a whist drive and dance,  of which particulars "will be given  later.  Mrs. -t.Stan. Hendren and* sister,  Dorothy Moni. left at the end   of the  -week for Vancouver, where  thev will  s.iend a few weeks at the home of their  parents.      Z'-Zy   '���������"; '    ' "' *'= ' '~  Geo. .YoimR gftt back at  the end of  the week from a.   two   weeks* ��������� sssrvey  trip in   the'hills', at   Kitchener,   and  >tites *the : total    snowfall   there   is  already well ovei- five feet.  "*"* . ��������� ��������� '  Lost���������On Saturday, Feb. I?th. between Wilson's * corner and Creston  postoffice, woman's chateline ������?ok$  filled fountain pen. '" '."Reward to party  leaving-same at Review Office.  . J. McLiennan of Winnipeg, western  inppector^for the Imperial panK, was  here at the first of the week,- on his  s?uii-annnnl ofScritil visit to Manager  Allan and staff of the local branch..  Creston Frisst Growers Uoirm annual  .nie^etinf; is^annonnced for Wednesda'y  afternoon, Feb. 28th, in Speers1*  Hall  at 2 o'clock.    The   1922 balance sheet  was mailed shareholders on Tuesda'v.-  Joe Atkinson, who held down  second base so successfully for Creston  baseball team last* year, left bn  Wednesday for Mullen, Idaho. Where  he hits secured a position and will reside in future.  The easthound passenger train made  a "half hour stop here on both Thursday and Friday, last to allow- passengers to secure dinner, the dining caT_  service having been discontinued due  to the cold weather.  The Grand wag crowded to capacity  on Wednesday night for the big  feature film, ikThe Prisonerof Zenda."  On March 14th Manager Rodgers is  presenting .another big attraction in  the "Four Horseman of the Apocalypse." ������������������*.'-  With the passing of the severe  weather rendering it unnecessary to  leave taps open a3I night the local  water supply was restored almost to  normal at the first of the week,  though due to frozen mains a number  of users are still rushing the bucket.   ...  R. B. Staples was a business visitor  at Nelson over the week end, and  whilst there arranged for a match  between Fred Benham, the local  lightweight, and a Nelson boxer, who  will clash in one of the preliminaries  at a boxing show at Nelson oh Satur  dav night. ~~   *>  JH*. Tidy of Keremeos, representing  the Oliver Chemical Spray Company  of Penticton, is a businean visitor here  this week. Until such time as the  selling policy for 1023 is finally settled  representatives of spray and fertilizer  houses are having quite a time book  ing orders.  A.   R.   Swan&on,     former    C.P.H.  agent here, but s3ncc October located  at despatcher at Ruby Creek, and  making his home with the family at  Burnaby, is back at Sirdar, where ho  will be located permanently as successor to C, M. Good mnn, who 3a trans  ferred to JLumberton.  There wan quite a good! turnout at  the Presbyterian Ladies' Aid valentine  tea unit sate ol candy and cooking on  Saturday afternoon, with Mra. Dow  making a very effective "Mrs. Wiggs  En her cabbage patch," fchw (sale of  various* articles* done up En cabbage  wrappers considerably augmenting tho  sale Intake of about $60.  After conoiderltiK th*> mntt������*r nlmnst  three months Judgo Thompson hns at  Iftwt handfd out a decibion in tht. appeal taken by Monrad Wluyen agafnst  the fine imposed on him for setting  out flre������ without a permit last .Inly.  The judge upholds th** tleei������1f������n of  Magistrate Mallwiiulalrie who Mod the  cane early last fall when ������.  Hne of 910  .,   ..      S      0rr.t-0.00.0~.     l-.r.-r, M  XX,txi   ,riJ-i,4l.~0   ......   .*1.ti.vl-ux'%-1 *  A large rittrolH*r   at fi'-k'TxTfi were out*  on Saturday afternoon for the funeral  of the late Frederick Mill, who died  from paralytic stroke the Wednesday  previous. Rev. J. ~A������ James took the  services at the church as well as the  cetnetery, with the following officiating as pallbearers: J. F. Rose, John  Taylor. C Q. Bennett, W. Fisher. N.  Craigie and. John'Miller.  - Wtt������. Ramsay of Nelson, district  engineer, along with J. D. Moore of  Ra&lo*, general road superintendent,  were official visitors here oxv Tuesday**  inakinir an inspections of  the   Wilds  Creek   road   diversion    at   Wynndel,  work on which will be  completed this  week.   Mr. Ramsay states.that appropriations  have   been   asked   for   the  Arrow Creek road diversion as well as  the new 16 foot highway into Kitchener,   and    he    tally-: expects    to   get'  instructions to haye this work gone on  with.      He $8 confident- hard surface  road work- will be carried on until at  least the loop at Erickson is completed,  but is uncertain as ~&>   they Crawford  hill diversion   being undertaken this  year-     He   will' ibe   paying X3reaton  another visits-inside two months, at  which time he will have a definite  idea of juat exactly the work that will  be gone on  with in the \ alley this  year. "      ...  . WINCH  Cdrpenter & Cabinet Maker  Estimates submitted on all  ^classes.of -work.  Workshop, Park Avenue (Bos 35) Grpsfon  (7  A partial list of Specifications. Improvements  and Distinctive Features of the  purif  ���������UIIL������11  ���������c'  Heaf axle semi-floating type, spiral bevel ring gear and^ pinion guaranteed  against tearing out, except through natural wear.  Improved elttich installation** assuring perfect aligns-adst*  Much heavier frame, strongly re inforced, and ini pre ved engine suspension. "      -  larger-honeycomb radiator���������bhe third more water, capacity.  - fo9������9������  Hyatt ahd N������w Departure bearings throughout.    - -���������>.          ���������  Worm ^and-worm gear steering gear. f^fi&f'flfi  "lacuna feed gasoline tank m rear. _                        . -            -��������� l#l VIP-tlMI  Curtains open with doors, drum type headlamps, hand controlled emergency brake. ~  \ y    - " ^  B[������avy one piece crown fenders. .     L ' .      . *~^  Equipment includes Speedometer, dash light, aTjd pompjetetool equipment."  Wi tit its full stream line body, and fine baked  on enamel finish,   tbe Ap- -  pearaiice as well as the Performance of the Superior Chevrolet is always in keeping wibb;'theoccasion.       ':-':'-...-'"z ��������� '-yZ':. "���������'-.. :_��������� '/������������������'���������.*"     '"-Z-^-Zy  Ton owe it to yourself to! KNOW tbe Chevrolet before biiym  any pricje. ���������"'.--. .v.���������*,'-���������. -*'���������. "'":'-'"':,*  Exclusive Chevrolet Selling Agents  LIDGATE BROSx  :<-V  LEAN-UP SALE  ���������v  For the next feu) days we offer an unrivalled sale of,Men's  Children's, aha Ladies* and Misses9 Sweaters  Sweaters are always serviceable, and for tbe next three months "will be quite an  every-dlay need, so at these prices buying is a very genuine economy.  MEN'S PULLOVER and COAT SWEATERS  Reg. 6,75 at $4.75.        .       Reg. 9.7S at $7.75  Newest Coat iind Slipover styles, in popular cofiors, knitted Trom pure wool yarns.  CHILDREN'S SWEAEER3, reduced 2.75  to $1.75  100 per cent, pure wool.    Assorted colore and styles.    .  If *fl ��������� 4* tt       *ft Ml ��������� *9     C- m IB 11-     ^^.    mm mat      ��������� <S*^tt    tf^fm  Ladies and misses Sweaters, reducea 9.75 to $6.95  AU styles and all colors ������������������;-  Tlicsc are all aur awn carefully selected garments' that stocktaking  finds us overstocked with, hence the desire to clean-up.  Dry Goods  urocarlos  S'M  MS**  m    Jftm^]  Furniture  Hardware  ~mm4j~~mi~iiltl*amaia~~m~~Ka~~~~w~imm~ma<4m  -tiKimxn  iiiinnii'iiiiii'ilirniiiiinliii'ijinlir'ihiiii  ���������*������t-mM������MmMlMaMM"MIIIM'  ^..^^-.a.^^1.

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