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 hmmz&myzy?.  jrryir^iS4'ir.TJ.r:: -    **  -rU-ykty??--.-  m-- **" "^"ISWl. '?-'.���������.-    ��������� ������������������'  ���������%fi^f-vV.-i .���������-;������������������'������������������-���������;  :JS^������)ii.;*.'-:':'V-;  ^i&l^^teii^^ft^^^^^^^K1?  ,*.H;'^;  *���������'-'���������'.'?%:  ��������� J i  maiMwigwitiiirtiwwrti,  ���������,'*i$P%r!--P.J    '���������  Hr.   t ,*.: A      M t^   -?*  rr   i   ./*  frt'xj,    ������������������>  -4 i. J-  "fi  Vol. XV.  GRESTON, B.���������.r  FEBRUARY 16, 1923  No.: 2  Clifford Vance is the -flrst local resi-  dent to put up the summer supply of  ice. He ia hauling .from the Goat  River this week.  Owing   to    the    Canyon   Minstrels  putting on  their   show   on   Saturday  night   there   will   be   no   mid-month  , meeting of   the   United   Farmers   in  February.        ���������  Quite a number of the younger  generation were at Lister on Saturday  night for the social and dance in the  schoolhouse and report a fine all round  time.  The severest weather Canyon has  known for several wlntera was on  Monday morning, when between the  gale that blew from the north and  some below zero straight winter  climate ifc was even necessary to shut  down the mill, while tog hauling and  bush work was at a standstill completely.  After the IS  Mrs. Jones left on Sunday for Nelson,  where she will visit friends for a few  days.  Miss Rosie Pascuzzo is doing nicely  at Cranbrook hospital, and will probably be home this week.  Harry Hughes has just completed  putting up about thirty tons of ice  which he cut on the lake behind his  place.  "Rev. H. Varley will be here on  Sunday for the usual Church of England service in the evening.  Monday night was the coldest of the  winter, and   about   the. coldest   ever  experienced       here,       the      mercury >  dropping to eight below zero.  Ron. Lidgate of Creston accompanied by his mother and Mrs. J. H������  Webster of Creston were yisitors here  on Thursday last, the ladies making a  visit with Mrs. Loasbv.  Liquor Store Here   1  Although not carded as the feature  of the February nieeting of the  Woratn'8 Institute qh Friday afternoon, the proposed establishment of a  Government liquor store at Creston  provoked the biggest discussion of  the session, and with, but one dissenting vote the Institute decided to  telegraph their projest against the  opening of the store to Attorney  General Manson, ih the following  terms: ��������� ?.j?XZ'-  During  his trip  here Ron. Lidgate  gave   a    demonstration   of   the   1923  Chevrolet for   the   benefit   of   W. D.  below  zero   touch   on j Tuohey. and the latter was so pleased  Tuesday morning and water supply  running as strong as ever there would  .seem to be little to worry about in the  future as to the irrigation system ever  fftttxvtSwStw;   ra-  W. Searle has been confined to the  house the past few days suffering from  an attack of the genuine old time la  grippe.  Geo. Davie got back at the end of  the week from "% ancouyer, where he  has been undergoing hospital treatment for stomach trouble. His con*  dition is much improved bnt It will be  some weeks yet before he will be feeling his oldtime self. ���������  with the auto that we hear he has  placed an order for owe of the-latest  models, and has alieady started the  erection of a garage near Mount View,  east end of First Avenue north.  Mrs. North was at Nelson a few  days last week yisitng her* husband,  who is a patient in Kootenay Luke  general hospital in that city. Mr.  North i~ coming along nicely after his  operation, but it will be a couple of  weeks before he will be able to return  home.  F>sm������@@a~.������a* ������t Stenda  n  Canyon Minstrel are making their      Ruritania,    a    small    kingdom  first appearance on Saturday night, at Central Europe, is in a political tangle.  S o'clock, at the schoolhouse, and are Tbe new king, Rudolf, ^awaits-cosona-  putthnr^r ^me&^ *?������*     His   brother,   Black   Michael  ent in the entertainment line than hue  ever been seen here/    The admission  is 50c to adults, and 25c.  to children.  Sig^tetr  Dr. Henderson of Creston was here  on a professional visit on Wednesday  of last week, giving J im Pascuzzo a  final visit. He found him making  very satisfactory progress but in order  to avoid any complications be has  ordered him to stay in quarantine  ^intil about the 17th.  Const. Clark of the R.G.M.P., accompanied by baker Norris and F. V.  Staples were also business yisitors  here on Wednesday last, going on to  KuBkanook.  Old-fashion methods are  unknoAtn in our Barber  Shop.  We have an  up-to-date  equipment,mod ern, sanitary   and   convenient.  Our popular barber, Mr.  Wolford, who is here to  stay, is always ready to  give you  prompt  and  courteous service.  There's a reason why our  patrons   keep   coming  back.  Eunil>n>{ni4tf'if>  A. F, f REICH, Prefer  &0 dis BUB  tfl  llflifl  U    BBtitB  pl������^:A-<*^  seize tbe throne. ^Rudolf is dissipated,  weak and vacillating; Michael, forceful and. unscrupulous, -py  Weairied hy rthe. *corohati������>nS prepa r������  ations, Rudolf accepts Michael's in-  vitatioh to. spend the .interval before  coronation at Michael's hunting lodge  at ZeEBda. He goes, .accompanied hy  his militaiy aide, Colonel Sapt, aha  Count Fritz von Tarlenheim. In the  Zenda forest the king's companions  meet a young Englishman, Rudolf  Rassendyll, ancl are struck by his  perfcct resemblanee to the king. They  bring him to the hunting lodge. Rudolf says tbe red hair and the features  of the Elphbergs..the royal Ruritanian  family, have frequently appeared in  his own family since an ancient scandal connected a former ruler of Ruritania with the wife of a Baron Rassen  dyll.  After dinner the king drinks a bottle  of wine that Rupert of Hentzuu, -an  agent of Black Michael, has given him.  in the morning he cannot be awaken  ed. Be has been drugged. Colonel  Sapt persuades Rassendyll to impersonate the king ; for the coronation  ceremonies as they leave for the  capital. Strelsau. The masquerader is  crowned amid public rejoicing. The  first to give him the oath of allegiance  is the king's cousin, the Princess  Flavia. Rassendyll drives lo the  palace with the Princess at his side.  Antoinette de Mauban, an adventuress, has recognized Rudolf and informed Black Michael. Michael orders  the king kidnapped and put in a  dungeon at the castle of Zenda. He  plans to assassinate Rassendyll.  Colonel Sapt, who hoped lo bring  the king to Strelsau, ' persuades  Rassendyll to continue his impersonation. ' At a royal bal). Rassendyll  announces his- bethrothal to the  Princess Flavia.  Fritz von Tarlenheim, visiting the  castle of Zend a, hns tea with Antoinette, who informs him of the plot to  assassinate Rudolf. Fritz return* to  Strelsau in time to surprise and kill  the assassin.  Raanendyll, Sapt and Fritz set out  for Zenda to save the king. Michael  and his followers havo been i n Strelsau awaiting word of Rassendyll's  death. When they find their plot bus  failed, they start for Zenda on horseback. The-w arrive just as the drawbridge to the castle hns been Lowered  at Antoinette's orders. Michael, with  Rupert of Hentssau and three others,  attacks the invaders. In the right,  Michael and his companions are  killed; all but Rupert, who escapes by  leaning into thc moat.  Upon hearing of the attempt on the  king's life, the Princeeu Flavia, who  has fallen deeply in love with the  masquerading king, goes to Zenda.  Upon meeting Her, RasBenclyll confesses that he is not the king, but a  simple English gentleman. IIo nnko  her to return to England with him ur  his wife. She Es heartbroken, hut  says she must remain true to her  country, her rank and her people.  So they part.  "At the February meeting Creston  Valley Women's Institute adopted  a strong resolution protesting  against the proposed opening of a  Government liquor storein Creston.  One year 'ago the ^liiquor Control  Board very wisely;; refused to open a  store here, and sinee that time there ���������,  has been no change in public sentiment, nor in conditions generally,  that would warrant the placing of a  store at Creston at this or any  future time.-,',. Besfil'anterest of our -  people and comin unity will be best  seryed by again refusing a store."       j  The meeting   was in  charge of  the  committee on public health and child  L=-0tS.t ~.~.        ���������ZXS--  L*a;B^J.-'??w������^^---0.m.-'--���������~   -x      xt *  v.vrtxja.xt^,     wiwi    JUUltra.   XXittlitStrUU    U    l/UCT  helm, who amohgs^i other ^matters  reported that underthe auspices of  the St John's Ambulance Association  a class iu lirst aid methods was being  organized, which w^uld take instruction from Dr. HerSderson. Classes  will meet once a week.,* andall Institute  ladles interested ^"assT: invited to take  this course in medical aid work..  Under, the head of repot ts   of   committees    Mra.     Bennett    for    home  industries   stated; that,   negotiations  were being conducted to have a Nelson  lady Visit Cr^st������n;>ft:o :giveinstructi  in cut lace work, ^hilefc Mre.- Lyne, for  -the.;irau������ig|*'gt^  : on the "'frreeaj^pnary^^  g-ation   department^ *rifflcial8 take to  make sure that aU newcomers are of a  high standai-d as regards health.      In  connection with children  this rule was very strictiv enforced.  The Institute decided to add a  visiting committee, nnd for the next  three months this work Will he looked  after by Mrs. Lidgate and. Mrs. Bennett. A vf*ry hearty vote of thanks  was passed Mrs. James-Cook, who has  completed the. manufacture of  sufficient linen containers to store the  Institute cutlery away in in good  shape.  A resolution stbnntted at a previous  meeting by the G.W.V.A. Making the  Institute to endorse the move to haye  Armistice Day declared Canada's  official Thanksgiving Day was not  endorsed, while*, a resolution from  Boswell, asking for endorsation of a  request to the public works department for a new road was laid over.for  a month and in the meantime investigation will be made us to the necessity  of the proposed new road and the  probable cost of it.  Mrs. Lyne, the advisory board  member for Kootenuy-Boundary, who  is just back from attending the annual  session   of   the    board,   repoi ted   on  proceedings, commending the provincial department of agriculture for tne  very generous treatment accorded the  institutes last year. Although but  87000 had been set aside for institute  effort last by the department in 1922  no less than $8800 had been advanced  to take care of expense incurred, but  Mrs. Lyne pointed out that such a  generous policy need not be expected  for 1923.  The nieeting was brightened up by a  piano solo by the president, Mrs.  Garland, and a vocal solo by Miss  Fa knees Knott." who favored with  "The Choice" in very pleasing fashion.  Mrs. Ebbutt playing the accompaniment.    Another   pleading   innovation  ������.(^-������    -tw������-2*l*      Al* ������.   ���������nmrt^vrnM  *"������ wmv      *v# ai>i������     ������/*���������-������:   ������. -w������bMi>MM  aims and objects at  the start pf the. session and replacing  it with the singing of *'0 Canada."  Mrs. Geo. Johnson was the tea  hostess at the close assisted by Miss  Annie Smith and Mesdames Hayes  and Hayden.  of the institute  B S~~m~t~  .Leslie Timmons who has- been  staying with Spokane friends for  several weeks past, returned home the  latter part off the week.  School attendance was down to the  lowest mark of the season on Monday  and Tuesday, the mercury getting  down to 15 below zero the latter  morning, accompanied by a gale from  the. north.  , Clarence Mas well .is now a resident  at Creston, having moved into a,  bungalow on Hillside Road the'latter  part of the week.  Members of the United Farmers  along with their wives were guests at  the Littlejohn home on Wednesday  night last with cards and variousotber  amusements help put in a few hours  in splendid fashion���������along with a  supper which was served about midnight.  Miss Maud Botterill who is living at  nrouinf.     -aa  ixrv.  C?������??bt������oolE at  the week-end with her parents here.  f^M  ���������v  WIdhSIU   B 51 Cell BtC.  Saturday, FEBRUARY  CHARLES RAY  in  PATHE   REVIEW  FILM FABLES  j he JFuisnter and Jntts E~rc.gJ  REGULAR PRICES  A. R. Barnhard and A. Weilspring  are the latest,to leave for Klockmann  -where we underKt-and- they have both  struck jobs.  . D. B. Petetson, who has been a  visitor with southern Alberta friends  for the past six weeks,   is home again.  Harry Brown, Harold Lan gston and  Jack Burgess are here this week for a  few days from Klockman, Idaho,  where they' are working at * the  Continental mine, and at which place  there is already a total snowfall of  eight feet.  ; Messrs. Littlejohn and Miss May  Littlejohn ^; "were Li������������ter visitors con  Sunday, guests at the Powers home.  iiyZ^~~^^A!^a^Z ���������Saste'igB^P^rairie ,-*^������w2erSt  again triuniphed c*yer^' the Wfidcats.  by Miss Redpatt-u at a return hockey  game on Sunday afternoon, "the score  On this occasion being 9 to 7.  J. W. Head left for Klockman a  few dayaago, where he has- taken on  a fuel cutting contract at that minCi  The; Yerbury boys are also in the same  woodcutting line at the mine.  Walter Wright has just brought  home a new 300 egg incubator with a  two blue flame oil stove for operating  same, and will be filling the machine  with pedigreed White Leghorn eggs  n about a month.  The biggest crowd seen heae in  recent years at a social function -was  in evidence on Saturday night for the  social and dance at the school, a crowd  estimated at 125 being in evidence,  including loads from Porthiil. Hue.  enft. Canyon, Erickson and even  Creston. Games, contests and supper  filled in the time until midnight, after  which there was a couple of hours  dancing. The freewill offering got  about $15 for the piano fund, while  the fortune telling feature was good  for another $5, which was also added  to the piano fund account.  Miss Red path, principal, has issued  the following report for January :  Highest standing: Entrance���������Ruby  Lister, Ronald Brain. Junior Fourth  ���������Frances Malthouse, Juck Jorv, Cora  Frampton, Dnris Millington, Eya  Brain, Harold Frampton. Senior  Third���������Merle Charleson, Jessie Brain,  Albert Mitchell, Dorothy Weston.  Junior Thi id���������Annie Yerbury, Freda  Lye, Flossie Evann. John Malthouse,  Gobt'ge Charleson, Gus Charleson,  Peter McKay, George Chudley. Perfect attendance���������Merle Charleson,  FioHHie KvanH, Jack Jory, Ruby Lister  Freda Lve, Dorothy Webton.  Miss liardlsty'a report for January  for* Division II. ia as follows:   Highest  standing,   Junior   Third���������Jack   Bird,  Fred   Weston*    Charlie    Malthouse.  Second Reader���������Albert WeBton.GIadye  "Bruin, Hilda  Filmer.   Fred  Yerbury,  George Frampton,   Lucy  Lye. Agnes  Sinclair,      First   Reader���������Billy   Yer  bury.       Phonlco���������Irene    Weilspring  May    Millington,   Wallace    Sinclair,'  Arthur Charleson.    Receiving Class���������  James Lye, Frank Yerbury.      Perfect  attendance���������Jack Bird, Hilda Filmer,  George Frampton,  Lucy  Lye, James  IT   ft *\ (f*!*, -f% ������������1I />        "Hi*! f t ll������ fc* t*% ��������������� ������������������������ r* -r% t%   ~m*+s t^ift,    Cl 1 w%  tt~. h -x f       m~f~\44*A*~-*~~4       ,-ssA VtSnutummisJ i������MU|       m.-*-!^** w*w    is^m '  clair, Wallace Sinclair. Fred Weston,  Albert Weaton, Ireno Weilspring.  The next meeting of Ericsson United  Farmers will be held at 7.30 p.m.,  Tuesday, February 20th, at the school-  house, at which orders will betaken  for stumping powder.  Miss Beth Potnaru was at home to  the members of the Junior uuiid of  Christ Church and their friends at her  home on Tuesday night and despite*  the seyere weather there was a turn-  ���������.0X.-.~.^t~~.-x . rt~ ���������*������ i a  _..;*..  X-xtxr vix trnxtxrusv %/x.xt   v~.i~t~ZA2~s   viratvj ttttaa *<LfUlvv;  a   lively    evening   at    cards,   music, -.  dancine an d some other amusements,  along with a supper which was served  about 11.  .   A pancake   supper   surprise   party  thrust on Mr.   and   Mrs. ~ Palfreyman  oniTuesday  night when most of the  i?egnlars.otthe* ^urpriser^pjirty   wjua-d-  turned up for ^.a Papcake Tuesday- at-  home. %vhich cards were the feature'  and the  whist honors gclng to Miss  Edith Palfreyman  and Jas. Mux well,  while at low scoring Mrs. "McKelvey  and Dick Penson were quite the most  proficient.    The pancakes, and  syrup   supper was a real treat  and rounded   *  out a fine evening's fun..  Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Craigie were  called upon to turn oyer their spacious  packing shed on Friday night to provide quarters for the surprisers, who  turned out en masse for this occasion.  The prizewinners at a great evening  at whist were Miss-Gladys Wood and  Jas. Maxwell. whLe the low scoring  was done by Miss Stella McKelvey and  Jas. Cook. After the 12 p.m. lunch  there was a short spell at dancing and  the evening throughout was much  enjoyed by all.  8 Diamond "A" hockey sticks, regular  $1.25, to clear at 90c. each. Mawson  Bros.  Creston Presbyterian Ladies'  Aid announce their annual  Valentine Tea  and  Sale of HOME COOKING  and CANDY  will be held in  Speers' Hall   -    Creston  Safy., "Feb. 17  3 to 5.30 p.m.  With an added featnre in  MRS, WIGG'S CABBAGE  PAmCH  This is your invitation to  be present. f~~~^iSLe~m~^t~S~~4~SaS-<~~Si  ���������1LH, M' ~0,^.^0jmt~0^X^rJ^JL~~W.\!!~~^X^ W~i..^y~~.-~~~l ^^���������-���������'^g  y-'i-K RE\'IE^, CHESTOX.3. ���������L  mss  HEADACHE BI LlOUSNESS  wzmaoHsti m^yoHyzm  M zzzzzzyy^Gm^^'ZZZyZZ l   li   COLO  -BY -  WILDER ANTHONY  Canadian    "Rights    Arrang-cd   With  Publishers.    F.    D.    Goodcblld   Co..  2U������  King-  Se.   "West,   Toranto.  , >.  asked, and seemed to be~in a reverie.!  She    looked    at    him -vvith laughing  eyeB. ;  "Crawling "Water." . *     .  "Gordon Wade, eh?-.    Well, I wouldn't  think oi'Mm  too -much.       Bettei-  let that pass.      You've outgrown it."  -���������'Oh, no, I haven't." :  The Senator sighed.  -"Mother  said  to  uie  a . little'-while  ago, that he was '-probably going with  other girls and  forgetting rae,   and .it-  made me angK-y." .  "Well, I reckon 3*our mother is  about right. Gordon is a iikely looking chap, 3ro������ 'know. I've got nothing  against him, except that he isn't good  enough for you; . no man is. You  don't really care so much for him, do  vou?"  "Oh, don't I?"- She viewed her  father through half closed lids, in si  quizzical way. "I eare so very much  for him that if I really thought there  COULD SCARCELY  0PENTHR0TTL1  '������������������Then I Took Tanlac," Says Engineer,  "And"It Made M~ Strong As  j Ever"  "E    have    a - world of confidence "Jn.  Tanlac for I have taken, it and/kno-vr  what it will do," declares John Monan,  \vell-kao-yv-n .stationary engineer residing at 2035 Osier St., Regina', Sask^  "For several nionihs I -was in a terribly run-down condition generally.     I  lost weight -until E was just a shadow  of my former self and got so weak and  tired out it was all I could do to keep  was another girl, I would go to Crawl- i working.   .'.'"My    appetite    waa    about  ine "Water to-morrow.     You'd have to' gone, and even when I did manage to  -~-.f^T__-       IT-.*- 1      ..~*l ~-.-.  .. '. -  ::*?\  House hold Hi-p-ts  Valuable    Recipes    F.or    the    Busy  Housewife  zH  (Continued)  "Where is this gold?" asked the  ���������Senator incredulously.  "That's the funny part ol* it," says  Moran; "it's in Wyoming, and as near.  as I can make out, it must be close to  where that young squirt is that Helen  thinks she's stuck on. I'm not sure  but what it's on his place,, but even i~  it is, there is no reason why he should  have any o������ it. The expense will b-.>  pretty heavy to do the thing up right,  but if you're game, I reckon we can  hog the whole business. We can stall  this scientific nut off with promises,  and probably buy off Wade for the  price of pasture land, and then tile  claim on the whole dog-gone tract."  This vision ot* enormous wealth was  captivating to  the   Senator,  who  had  made    his    first    start in mining and  knew   something   of   its   possibilities.  Bold as he was, however, he was also  cautious, but alter several conferences  with    Moran,    he    fell    in    with    the  scheme, first securing the services of  a skilled metallurgist and an equally  capable engineer,  who were liberally-\  paid and  solemnly  sworn  to secrecy.  He sent them out to verify the discoverer's story, and sent Moran to Crawling Water, to establish himself, and to  do  such  preparatory work  as  should  be necessary.     In due time, Moran reported by letter that the    gold    was  located,   and   was     beyond     question,  abundant.       He   was   having  trouble,  however,  in  getting the  property,  as  Wade refused to sell.  <Xrop  everything and take nie.'  Her father gently pinched her  cheek.  *T would, eh? Well, maybe I'll  have to go out there anyway. But do  you realize what Crawling Water is  like���������a rough, frontier town?"  "I wouldn't mind that for a while."  "No, I suppose not. You've got tod  much of your old dad in you to balk.  -at a few difficulties. There's somebody else out there who'd bs mighty  glad to see your pretty face- Race  Moran."  "Mr. Moran!"  The sudden change in the girl's tone 1  from tenderness to  scorn caused the ��������� gists  Senator a twinge of uneasiness. . - His j'  plans were so closely linked with Mor-  an's lor the present,    that    the    man  might prove dangerous if his love for  Helen were too openly scorned.    That  she  could scarcely tolerate him* despite his ability and force of character,  her  father knew from the past;   but  even in the moment of his need he did  not seek" to influence her in Moran's  favor.     His love for her was genuine  and very deep.  "He's been out there for some time,  as my agent."  "Yes, I know that. He���������he has  written to nie, although I've "never answered his letters. I've been curious  to hear from him again, because he  ; promised to send me some kodaks of  Crawling Water."  "Maybe he hasn't done  so because  eat it never seemed to agree with me  or do me any good. E cottldn't sleep,  got up mornings dead on my feet, and  the least little, exertion wore me  down completely.  "I don't believe I could have stayed  on the job much longer if it hadn't  been' for Tanlac. I took several bottles and it not only ended all niy  troubles hut built ane up ten. pounds.  Just say for me that J think Tanlac* is  the flnest-niedicine in the world."  Tanlac is for sale by all good drug-  Drop Nut Cookies  iys cups hrown sugar, 3 eggs.  -2-3 cups butter, 'H cup water.  -  *������ teaspoon soda, 1 cup nut meats.  21/.. cups-flour.'   -   ���������'*.  1 cup chopped seeded Sun-Maid raisins. .'������������������-'. .'������������������_'���������.      * '.'���������'������������������ "'--".'.  Cream butter and sugar. Add one-  half cup flour. Add eggs well beaten. Add water. . Add flour, soda and  salt sifted together and before stirring add raisins and nuts. Mix well,  being sure that no flour is sticking to  the raisins and drop from a spoon  onto the well greased and. floured bottom of a dripping pan., Bake 12 or  15 minutes in a moderate oven. Half  lard may be used in place of all butter.  I  i~ the root of much weakness and j  hustlers progress and growth.  .Scott's Emulsion^  ���������Use world-famous tonic-food,*  g is tlie. natural enemy, oi mal-  1 nutrition and weakness.  I Scott's three or four times  5 Scott & Bowue. Toronto. Ont. 2C-C-3  H���������������������������������n���������m���������i _ts  Cancer May Slay Fifth of Living  Dr. Wilson Hey. Manchester, cancer-  expert,   says:    "If  the   present   rapid  increase in cancer continues; and no  cure  is  forthcoming,  one-fifth of  the  people    now    living    may  expect  to^  die from that disease.  Over 35-million bottles sold.  Toast Mad* With Raisin  Srea'd   -  2 eggs, lit cup milk,"y2 teaspoon salt.  ���������6 Targe slices stale raisin bread.  Beat eggs slightly. Add salt and  milk. . Dip bread in mixture until covered on both sides. Fry in a little  hot melted fat in frying pan or on a  hot greased griddle. Serve, plain* or  with syrup.  BSE-2V  Lift Off with Fingers  ignored his letters."  Helen's lip curled in disdain.  _  "He'd never let a little  thing like  that   stop him.   .  But  perhaps  I  will  answer the next one, if_only  to  find  out what is going on ouC there.  all    so    very    mysterious.      Do  know,   father,"���������She   playfully   shook  her finger   at  him���������"this- is the  first  time in a long while that you haven't  that I want to get hold of for an investment. Wade will not be hurt,  no; that is, he won't be if lie beats  me out.      If I win, he'll lose."  "He will?"  "We both can't win, of course.   It's  to b������ a fight, yes���������an amicable business   struggle,   I   hope.       There's   no  reason for it to be otherwise."      The  Senator  appeared   strangely  nervous,   motoring-  despite    his     effort    at    self-control. ]  "Wade   as   a man  and   a  Westerner!  doesn't expect to be fed on pap, you  know, any more than I do.      May the  'best man win, that's the way of it."  _  Helen thought this over for a moment.  "Perhaps I'd better go out there  with 3-o������, after all," she remarked,  half in jest.  Then the Senator thought that over  for a moment and left the room.  A  Conundrum:  * pairs and  Next day Helen received a package  Did the Automobile Create Wealth or  Wealth the Automobile?  It is now estimated that our neighbors to the south are spending seven  thousand, seven hundred and eighty-  three millions of dollars a year on  automobiles, gasoline, re-  license fees. Twenty-five  years ago, the automobile did not  exist. Also, twenty-five years ago  7,783 million dollars was a sum so  enormous that even our energtic  American friends would never have  thought of spending it for anything.  Did the automobile create this vast  sum, or did the vast sum create- the  automobile?���������Border Cities Star.  ujj;  "Of course," he wrote, "we can file   taken me into your confidence," and I  mining claims on the ground we know   think  it a very  ominous   sign.       I'm  of, and get possession that way, but  we want to make more surveys before  doing that, so as to be sure of getting  all there is. and we can't do that without giving the whole snap away, and  filling the mountains full of prospectors. If that damn Wade won't sell,  I'll find some  away."  It was just after Ute receipt of this  letter, which filled the Senator with  hope on the one hand, and anxleiy on  the other that he came on Helen one  evening, as she was entering her own  sit ring room, und followed her in for  a r-liat. ,  "���������WhsiT arc- you thinking of?" he  nFked, presenily. when she failed to  notice   some   trivial   question   he   had  sure you'll be punished for It." I  The   Senator   winced   at   the   word i  punished, and Plelen laughed at what j  she thought was the effect of her rail  lery.  "Why don't you tell me?      You see,   pockets.  I'm so worried about Gordon.      Hon-1  means to  drive  him : estly, father, I'm serious about that. j  I���������I love  him, and I  don't want, him j  hurt."      .       ~ ��������� j  "Hurt*? Why, who is thinking of |  hurting him?" !  "Oh, I don't know. Moran hates j  him, and has referred to him once or j  twice in a way that I dp not under- j  stand.      Do tell me all about il." |  "Oh,  well,   my   dear,   there's  really i  nothing  to   tell.       It's   all   concerned;  'With some homestead lands out there  It's j by mail  which  prove cl   to   contain  a  you ���������> dozen clear  photographs of Crawling  Water and its neighborhood.  First of -tLllr as though Moran  thought it most important^' was a snap- -  shot of himself,, which had been taken, so he -wrote' on the back of the  print, "hy an obliging eowboy. The  girl's face was a study in- amused  scorn as she looked at the photograph,  for which Moran^has posed with a  cigar in his mouth, his  hands in his  ,    X.+   X0...   X0ma.x.m  ii  "Cascarets^'  For   Sluggish    Liver  or   Constipated  Then there were a number of views ji BoWClS  of the town, itself; of its main street,;!   .,������������������  its hotel, its dance-hall, and of "some p"*"' .am******* -**  of the boys" in various poses of photo- Clean your bowels! Feel fine!  graphic sell-consciousness. There When you ieel sick, dizzy, upset,  were also pictures of the marvelously j when your head is dull or aching, or  beautiful countryside, but as she near-1 your stomach is sour or gassy, just  ed tlie end of them^Helen was dis- ' take one or two Cascarets to relieve  appointed to find none of Wade. "Of  course,  he wouldn't  send  me  one_ol  Children  vaji  for Fletcher's  Fletcher's Castoria is strictly a remedy for Infants and Children.  Foods axe specially prepared for babies. A baby's medicine  is even more essential for Baby. Remedies primarily prepared  for grown-ups are not interchangeable. It was the need of  a remedy for the common ailments of Infants and Children  that brought Castoria before the public after years of research,  and no elafm has been made for it that its use for over 30  years has not proven.  What  is   CASTORIA?  Castoria is a .harmless substitute for Car tor Oil, Paregoric,  Props and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It containa  ���������neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its  age is its guarantee- For more than thirty years it has  been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency,  Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverfehness arising-  therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels,, aids  the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep.  The Children's Comfort���������The Mother's Friend.  him," she said petulantly to herself,  and she was rapidly running through  the remaining prints only to pause  suddenly at the very last, while a rosy  tide flooded her face and neck.  The little photograph showed a tall,  handsome, vigorous looking an an. in  the garb of a cattleman, half turned in  his saddle, with one hand resting on  his pony's llanlc. The man was Wiulc.  With hbTother hand, he waa pointing  ahead, apparently for the benefit of a  girl���������a very good looking girl whose  line head was thrown back, as the  wind blew her hnir into pretty disorder.  Helen Reshlll lind 'not hitherto experienced real Jealousy, but this Utile  photograph excited It. In the highly  actinic light $������ Crawling Water at.  noon the cainem had done its work  well, ancl the figures oi: the two stood  out from the distant background with  stereoscopic clearness, Wade was  smiling nt the girl, who seemed to be  laughing back at him, although her  face iu the picture wan partially turned away, ftcv that Helen got only au impression of charm. But the imprests on wn.fi enough to rouBe ber jealousy.  On the back ot" the print, Moran had  written: >,  "A HUi'pvise picture or Gordon Wade  and our now Pellow-sportHwoman,  "MIhk Dorothy Purnell, whoRO beauty  aud general utlvnctEvenefm have made  hor lhe Idol of Crawling Water.'*  (To he con tinned)  ! constipation.        No        griping���������nicest  ' laxative-cathartic on* earth for grownups and children.     10c a box.  like candy.  Taste  Her Forty-Year Job  A   woman   in   England   has   earned  her living  for  40  years by  the novel  method   of  shelling  pens  for  London  markets.  Doesn't hurt a bit!       Drop a little  "Freezone" on an aching corn, instantly that corn stops hurting, then shortly you  lift  it  right  off  with  fingers.-  TrulyJ-. i  Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of  "Freezone" for a.few'cents,-'sufficient  to remove every hard corn, soft corn,  or corn betwen the toes, and the calluses, without soreness or irritation.  Highway  Nearly   Finished  OiV-e   of   the   Most   Spectacular - ���������M***ator-  Rou'tes.cn the Continent  Engineers of the Canadian National*  Parks Branch announce that the "Vermilion-Windermere section of the new  motor "highway  across    the    Rockies *  from Calgary is now Hearing completion.      This, road forms the last link  in the through highway from Calgary  to California, the opening of which is-  being eagerly awaited by motorists Tn  both Canada and the   United   States.  As soon as it is open a circle tour of  6,000miles, which will undoubtedly be  :one    of   the   most spectacular motor  I routes    on    the    continent,   touching  ' three  national  parks  in  Canada and  seven  in  the  United  States, ^111  be  made possible.  Paiis is the only ciiy iu the world  that  provides public  baths   Cor  dogs.  "���������>  UNLESS you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you  are not getting Aspirin at alt"  GENUINE  CASTORIA  fart tos #w *tA   if  -p. Use For Over 30 Years  VHK C������MTAM������ COMPANY. M������ttf V������������W CITY  i|SgSEBi  mmtm4imi4miimtmmm4t������**mmmm  ~ma~~~mmmmmmmm~~mm  jaaaaaaam*. g-iiww.amixM  ligTiPTt*'w*?IW"''"'''^  Kindness Counts Most  <;ibbon, one hf U������e "greatest historians who ever lived, glv������������. the highest  pi*nlHe to  what he bgIh forth, uh  "|,ho  mind lr> conceive, the utiderHtamling to  direct, lhe hnndH to execute.      Hood  tiH far uk It gocH, but it does not go all  | tho  way.      Ar Arnold   .lkmneM.  brit-  llnnt ISrltlHli novelist, suys in one of  IiIh bool-jH, 1he owe tliJnB Unit we cun  never rfoi'glvo "������. mnn Is hi������������ failure lo  have "KlnduDHH of lieitrf.      With tho  mind  rind  Ihe undon-mmcling nnd  tho  hand, Iher-fl fraud, he the spiritual Jm-  pulfifl to do good .���������-���������I.! rove Pnttursoii. In  k l>ti������ ht.**    *Jll< lit!,  W.     N.     IJ.     14 R 4  Accept only an  Aspirin,"' which  "unbroken package" of "Bayer Tablets of  __m      ....       contains directions and dose worked out by  physicians during 22 years and proved safe by millions for  Colds Headache Rheumatism  Toothache        Ncuratgia Neuritis  Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain  Hitiuly "Bayer" boxen of 12 tablets���������Also 1>otlto������ ef 24 and XOO���������Bmgglats. n  i^^m^^^sM^s^������^  RIG^l^  ^igieft^^  To Eliminate Mixing of Grain  Questi&n Will  Be a Live One In the  Next Session of the Federal  House  Sa&katoon district farmers will welcome  any movement aiming toward  elimination of grain .mixing, and are  ready- to lend their united strength in  any fight, to thia end, according tp the j  consensus of opinion   gathered   from j  growers in that territory.    These opln-!  ions  follow repeated reports that the  question will be a live one in the next  session of the Federal House.      They  believe the only way to dispose of the  wheat-crop in fairness to the producer 3s for-each car of grain to be sold  on sample basis before it goes into any  I terminal elevator.  wm*������2*  IflWlWil  ��������� *-+ + ++ ^������������������.���������^-^���������^>*������-^*-������ +-���������������.������-���������-���������.* 4-+-*<4-fr4  !  Wireless Concerts FromEiffel Tower  When   concerts   of; the., usual   kind'  are going on actively, in the great halls  ol Paris, wireless, concert-S;   are*   also  greatly to the fore, public ������������������and private,  worked from the Eiffel ToSver. <.   This  ���������-���������tall-iron tower, a liost of observation,  and in" war time a point oC danger signals, is now the source of the strains  of hann<>ny���������-oL* rich, music sent.; fo*rth  to distan^;eoi*ners'.of.;t^*city lyftgbe-  - low its soaring pinnacle. Wireless  concerts are a feature of Paris life of  -today. *  -**: -,-P,-     -,~y-^j.y i  IF STOMACH  CH IS  TROUBLING  YOU  i  Instantly!     End   Indigestion  or Stomach Misery with  'Tape's Diapepsin" |  ^+m., ...******.n* l������ ilHIMmlMUMUm n������������������l  As soon as you eat a tablet or two  of ."Pape's "Diapepsin" your Indigestion  is ;gone! Heavy pain, heartburn,  flatulence, gases, palpitation, or any  misery fi*onr~a' sour, acid stomach  ends. Correct your stomach and  digestion for a few cents. Each package guaranteed by druggists  Toot  Mlnard'a Liniment makes ah  excellent couuter-irritant. Bathe  tho face and if there is a ca,y_������ty  iu the tooth place in���������it a piece  of cotton .wool saturated with  TMinarci'scr  Minard's  Liniment  "The  Family  Medicine Chest"  Digs and Leads Potatoes  A new potato han-eater which has  been devised digs up the potatoes and  loads them Into a wagon moving alongside the harvester. After being dug  up the potatoes are conveyed on a belt  and elevator into the-wagon.  Whether the com be o������ old or new  ^growth,  it  must  yield  to Hollo-way's  Com "Remover. -  ,  fX fl ������������������   '~t-~t~,--  7Z UX-ttfV  "jfJZeczl Old Chzmfrg' Theec^  ^&<---*---><M^  \ Bad Breath |  f (^ercomex  Jt "Bad breath is a sign-of decayed ������  j? teeth, foul stomach or unclean *"?  I) bowels.V lEyqurteethareiBood,, (J  5������ look to your - digestive organs at., it  ���������JT once. Get Sea-gel's Curative Syrup JT  fl at druggists* 15to 3Q drops^altei~i\j  A meals,cleari up your food passage 'Jt  8 and stop the bad breath odor. S  K 50c. and $l,0O Bottles. Do nof A  v il   buy substitutes; Get the genuine. U  *a<**=������08o������<=^6<=^i^^  , AH the native chiefs of the Nauru  islands have signed a memorandum  stating that they are quite satisfied  with the present administeration and  that they enjoy greater freedom than  under German rule.  iYou���������^^���������^>a'���������th^^ve"towaitf���������o^ro������ttIts, -wrher]  jyoutakePE-IUJ-NA. Before tbetwat,,!  ���������bottle ia cone; you noticeimprove-^  Itneut. You areeatlnffbottwacid ���������  ���������"'sleejiinpj Bouaid-  V ec. Foodi������ili-Jl  ������eostingpro-  hwrly, ttsttlt  IvveJa rtlSx^S^-VWLi    nr?l  becom-  ij������Kre?rn-|  r-������              lar.   Tli������l  l* I   |5vV^r  n*>r VOB <lou' tI  r^"jinn'p" and tliol  hVui i~ clfflJtriKK*-!  Arid as yon wii'ilmiM*]  "tlio tr-ft;i-Unent���������y������������iieoii-I  linuo to improve; until,!  iimo.it hefon) you rt'ulize it.!  you nro well.���������rU-ftw-JN A. k!  thuW������;i"lto������Mc)-, nndjustw tall  vou i������p*m1 these iitsya. Iwol  ROU<:rrtlia:isenn testify to thci  henelds titoy Imvo racntvoal  fw������m MkinRPIfl-HXi-NA. l\~\  nam'* ia nrttia������dln tlioit.snnilsl  of homes, from const toi  roant.    Ujr*u vanj ires nil**, gtl.a  Wile et rERU-NAUiiy and bt<  (in <������tttsl better* SiH etnywlifre.  P^IIU-NA '-CmtP/WY -M  Mt St. l*Wl St., Montwulj  MIIMIWWWWIIIIWM  WOULD NOT BE W1H0OT  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  ; Once a mother has usedj Baby's  Own Tablets for her little ones she  would not be ���������withou'fTthein. They are  the ideal hotae remedy for tbe baby;  being guaranteed to be absolutely  free from opiates or other harmful  _ drugs: TKey are a gentle but thor-  j ought laxative and have been proved of  :Z- the greatest aid in cases of constipation, indigestion, colic, colds and simple fevers. Concerning them Mrs.  Ernest Gaghe, Heausejour, Que.,  writes: "I have used Baby's Own Tablets tor constipatiou and colic and  have found them so successful that I  would not be without them. I would  strongly recommend every mother to  keep a box in the house." Tlie Tablets are sold by medicine dealers or  bv mail at 25 cents a box from The  "Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Broclcville,  Out.  j$*-|--^*RSffitt*4^Jt8t1.***ro^  * For those who roll their owv*.  "DGDENS LIVERPOOL"  IgSffjBBE***********^^^  Laclc KnowledgeJOf Canada  Hon. Geo. Graham Finds Americans  Know  Little About  Dominion  That even leading persons in .the  United States' possess little or no  knowledge of Canada, and that'this  state of affairs does not make for mutual atntlerstanding, was the contention of Hon. George P. Graham, Minister of Defence, speaking to the  Rotary Club at" Brockville.  Of 15 delegates to a" political convention _ whom Mr. Graham said he  had met on a' train in New York  State recently, and interrogated, only  one could name a Canadian public  man, and he mentioned^ "Mr. "Laurier,"  who had been "Governor-General of  Canada."  B a ok to First Principles *-  Finding- paper marks no good to  him, the editor of a weekly paper  in a Bavarian town lias^ announced to  the public that he prefea-s to take his  subscriptions in kincU_ For a three  months* subscription, he is ready to  receive six pounds of flour, a pound of  butter or'two dozen fresh eggs.  INVENTIONS,  Settd Jer tue of lnv������n ttona wanted byManufaiC-  curare. r������rtun������a !������������������������������ baan mad* trom *lmpte  Ideaa,   "P*������a*t r������o������aciUm" booklet oa ra<tuaa������,  HAROLD C. aHIPMAM AiCg^  PATENT ATTORNEYS    S^JM*Sf "SJfgl  m  Tiny Watch  A watch designed to be worn as  a  tie-pin has recently been devised.     Its  face is about halt the size of a ten-  .cent piece.     While the tiny face leads  one to believe  that the movement is  also exceedingly small, thte is  partly  an Illusion, for the works, concealed in  the    folds    ot"    the    scurf, are real ly  sllprhtiy larger.  Minard's Liniment for Coughs <S. Colds  Many mothers have reason to bless  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator,  because it has relieved the little ones  of suffering and made them healthy.  Thoughtful Dog  A large dog attended a motion picture theatre at Ann Arbor the other  night, and. lay on the floor watching  the show quietly a*n<3 intelligently, not  once reading a caption aloud.���������Detroit  News.  W-on Championship For Oats  J.    W.    Biglands,    of "Lacombe district,  won   the  oats   championship -at  the International Livestock   Show   a.'t*-v  Chicago In competition with exhibitors  from all parts of the: U.S., Canada and  Mexico.      The winning of this.much..  coveted award is another example of  the    superiority    of    Canadian-grown  oats  over that grown In other countries, and this award is. considered "by-  all growers emblematic of the world's  championship.  INVENTORS  Manufacturers always consider good inventions, fortunes are made from New  Ideas to suit modern times. Send for  Free List of Ideas and circulars.  THE RAMSAY COMPANY  Patent Attorneys  ���������273 BANK STREET     -    OTTAWA, ONT,  ���������  ^MONEY ORDEKS  Bend   n   Dominion- Expre������9  Vi*- dollars coat* <"hvee eenta,  Mane*/  Ord������.  Not a Vacation  Mary.���������I'm    going    to get  married  next month If Hob   can   kgI   ST   week  j off L'rom Ills job.  ��������� Marie.���������Do you  think he'll bo. able  to? Z'l  Mary.���������I think ho, You see, it isn't  tlie sauie uh IC ho was asking for n  vacation to have a good time.  ftudieTnit  Bold. In tl������r*s d;- '  *f������o������ o! ���������ecanath���������N������. V, Ut  No. t2. $3; Ko, 9. ������& pw ban..  ~~~~,<l..hy ~.t. ���������drafBlst.H. o������ *���������������������  l>rana*l<������ oa |*ctlpt nf ptt(m.  iTras pamplkto-t, Addreta t  THR COOKMCOICINB Ct,.,  1010HTO. OUT. a*r*4M*M,4t._  aw  Ainerlca'a  IHonnoi1  !>o������ *nam������������tI������B  BOOK 0>J  DOG ��������� DISEASED  and   How  to   Fnod  Mall������d   Fr*o   to tuiy  A������l������l������-e*������ hy -tha  Author  Tl,   CI-AT   GL.OVEU  CO,,   INU.,  12.    "AVonK   ������4tb    Br.4  New York.  r.a.A,  "Mill-ftr'K Worm PowtlerK will drlvn  worms from tho systom without Injury  to the child. The powdera are bo  cany to take that the moat delicate  htomach can nsaiml1u.to them and welcome them ns spisedy canons of pain,  because they promptly remove tho  worms that cauHo the pain, and thun  the suffering of the child ia relieved.  With ao eterllnj-; a remedy nt hand *no  cnlhi i-hcuUl "H-afCer an hour from  "worms.  Family  "Comet" Enin'no Praoerved  In the Sou lli Kensington Museum,  In. "London,, lu to ba hppti tho very  engine tluit propelled the Comet,  the *fli*."it paJiHehg*!* Hteumboat Been In  Europoan -walera,  ~-~~i-~r*a.-0mt~~:  t~v,~w.t~*i-at~  j~4*~~ir~*ii������ mtmplm Hit  tti ltsmtmni Jpjtsttunt wilt  bm ttmtti. fMsmtptsitl, l~~r  4<! fit mftsmtit-t    IVrrta .-  YOU ?ay "No" to the chUdren when tea or ooffe������ i~\ baln^  passed; but while explaining that little folks should not risk  health/do you drink t������a or coflfoe yourself?  Your health ia valuable, too*���������and tflie/r need for a hot drink  with breakfast may be as great as yours.  There's complete satisfaction in Postum, and safety alike  for young and old. Postum is made from clean, hard wheat and  is free from any element of harm. Il has a pleasing aroma, de-  lightful flavor���������and thousands who have wisely stopped tea.  and coffee are finding satisfaction, comfort and better health, in  wholesome Instant Postum.  At your Grocor'a in Sealed, -Air- tight Tinm  JBL. J9L JLkJV ^���������<������4LJL J9. tL~    JL.    ^w^fcJr %*��������� 1������A JL JL JL   ��������� ��������� ������������������  There's a Reason"  ������c  'iff.    N.    13.    "M&4  | Minard's Liniment for Burns i. Scalds  *--rT���������~~-*li -itniiiiTiiiiaiwiiHiniiiniMfiiiwMfiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiijiiiiiwiiiiiiiif  A~ From* SJt, K., Toroiit*  Fitclory: WlikJ^or, Ontario  't.tiiyi&ypirMr'r$r&^.il^  ,,.v,f?Mg,nf.ilfVft?iSgf  'BWfiliffeMf ���������**fiffi3������ftg5r^  "7T"'*r!r'T?"^;',TT"  THE vCSESTON  REYISW  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C.  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance.  S3.00 to U.S. points.  O. P. Hates, Editor and Owner.  OaESTON,  B.C., FR5KAY, FEB. 16  THE CRESTON REVIEW    lifice*oblation' a������d 8ati8factior,i  for the sins of the whole world."  After all it isn't so inncn the day'  itself as the spirit in which this  transcending event is observed, and  all can really be more in the  Spirit of Easrer late in April than  is possible at the end> of March or  the first week in April even.  About Holidays  At the February meeting, on  Friday afternoon, Greston Valley  Women's Institute very wisely  decided not to endorse the request  ofthe local G.W.V.A. that the  ladies petition the Dominion  authorities to at this session bring  in the necessary legislation to  permanently fix Armistice Day,  November Ilth, as Canada's  national Thanksgiving Day.  Both on   the score of  utility  as  well as sentimentally there   should  be no such merger.       For almost a  quarter   century   now    Canadians  have been   able   to   combine   the  duty of giving   thanks along with  such pleasures as   may be   enjoyed  by a mid autumn day off by observ  ing  Thanksgiving Day   about the  second   Monday   in   October,   and  coming thus   about a  month after  Labor Day the holiday has   much  all-round   advantage   that   is   not  evident in November in the average  year.  Too, Armistice Day has an appeal aii its own for the heartfelt  gratitude of practically the whole  human race, and the special respect  that should be paid that day, and  the national ideals that should be  inculcated on such an occasion,  cannot foe advatageouly instilled  into ihe minds of the ayerage Canadian on a day such as Thanksgiving Day has become in this  country.  Locally, so long as our splendid  soldiers' monument shall stand the  . Review -would   be  sorry   to see an  Alberta's Experience  Elected nominally as a^follo-wer  of the Progressives Mr. Hum*  phrey's decision; to support> ;..jtlie  Kihg administration is significant,  as one of the amendments sought  to give   relief  from   the   "burden  ��������� . -  some customs tariff."  - Just what radical tariff changes  the resolution had to do with is not  stated fbtrt ilb niay fairly -be assumed  that seeing the resolution was opposed by   Mr.    Hum phrey,    whose  -nrk-naf-iKtiant^a*      aIiioV     4-mvnZ-PP     nnnnam  ��������� 0---0~00-*r---.-0.000' -VM������VI V~*mX.^. *..0r0~.0l0000 00  has to do with fruit, it may be assumed that the farmers group' in  the Dominion house are not satisfied with the repeal ofVthe dumping  clause; which was effected last  session, but that the light   is   still  From Alberta comes word Jhat  when the provincial treasurer' of  that province makes his budget  speech it will be his unpleasant  duty to inform the legislature that  for  the   year   1922   the   farmers'  government of that province facesbeing waged   for   the  abolition   of  coming  a deficit of almost one and a half  million dollars. In other words the  Alberta administration let the  year'f expenditure exceed the income by the amount stated.  While neither deficits or surpluses in the adjoining province effect  us in any way, there Is a significance to the incident that the electors here  should not  lose sight  Within   the    last   three   weeks  British 'Columbia's new   and third  political party has come into being,  and  almost   the first   plank  in its  platform���������which, is   specially    designed to get Oliver  out   aud    not  let Bowser in���������is one guaranteeing  strict economy   and   efficient   administration so as   to lessen   taxes.  About two years  ago   the   now  governing farmers' party in Alberta  was launched-and its chief claim for  support -was that it would give that  province efficient and  economic administration, but  after operating a  full twelve   months'   on   its   own  legislation and its own department-  al plans it ib now   faced   with the  duty os announcing that despite its  promises of economy - and efficiency  Alberta this year faces  the biggest  the present ditty   on   fruit  in from the United States.  Considerable blame for low fruit  prices last season was laid at the  door of the minister of customs for  not promptly making the dumping  clause effective, and there may be  those who argue that in the face of  last year's disastrous fruit market-  u*m ping clause will become  operative immediately it is required  in 1923.  Those who are taking this latter  view, however, should not overlook  the fact v that in the successful  carrying on of his administration  Premier King  on occasion has  to  of. |������  ���������ih  haye the support of the prairie  Progressive members and that if  their goodwill is to be had at times  a polioy of give and take On tariff  matters will have to prevail.  And why not on fruit, with almost two million people on the  prairies who want cheap apples as  compared with not more than one  hundred thousand in B.C. who are  dependent on the fruit industry.  And what better 50-50 policy could  there be than the retention ofthe  present duty with an abbence of  any dumping legislation. Why  whe lly deny the prairie farmer tlie  foremost agrarian boon of buying  in the caeapest market when it  co^nes to fruit. .  ; In any marketing policy that  may be presented little, if any, confidence should be placed on benefits  to be conferred by the dumping  clause. This early-in-the-session.  demand for tariff reductions on the  part of the Progressives, and Mr.  Humphrey's haste to demonstrate  a spirit of friendliness towards the  King administration, are shadows  that may weii torteii events in  connection with fruit tariff legislation for the benefit of the farmer  consumer.  f  CRESTON  and  TEA ROOM  Hot Lunches  Valentine Brick lee Cream  en worn  NextBevan'$6arage  Cow Fob Sa*lb���������Freshened January  6th, good milkei, J.. W. "Wood,  Canyon.  deficit  it   has   ever   befallen   any  effort made to combine the holiday j government to announce,  spirit of our   present Thanksgiving |     To any who may have been con-  Ms Mi~f������&taGN������  nf W*~\e.lt~  vi nuoiu  usiu uiS&riStj KdSiQ) Bid  Day with the more sober and serious  things that should be uppermost in  the minds of all Canadians on  November Ilth.  If effort is to be made to monkey  with the present schedule of holidays the Review would very  seriously suggest that the lawmakers give attention to the matter of  having Good Friday and Easter  fall on a stated date each year. A  year ago the great religious festival  came almost two-thirds of the way  through April, whilst this year it  comes at the very front of the  month.  We can readily believe that some  of the religious interests would  protest against any such change  but if Chsistendom can unanimously observe the birth of Christ each  year on the 25th of December surely it would be no real heresy to ask  that His crucifixion be observed on  the exact anniversary of His making  "full,    perfect   and   sufficient  Important Notice!  To enable us to purchase  .supplies to the best advantage it is important that you  notify this office as soon as  possible your .. estimated  requiremonts  of  LIME  8UL.PHUR  LIME   SULPHUR  SOLUTION  V ������.L IC .1 13 n I t/~,J~_J:~. o  SEEDS  PLEASE DO IT NOW !  Greston Fruit Growers Onion  Lflftlfttf  sidering   transferring allegiance to  the B.C. Progressives���������as   our new  third party  wishes to be known���������  the performance of Alberta's third  party should surely give   cause for  hesitancy at making any   change.  If what   any   province hrnestly  desires is efficient government there  is no more need for  a third   party  than there is for a  fourth, fifth or  sixth.     After  all governments   or  parties are made up   of   so   many  human     beings     and    no   matter  whether   you    tag   them   Liberal,  Conservative, Farmer-Labor or Independent,   ih   any group of them  there   is just so  much ability and  common honesty���������and the average  of these   qualities   will   be   pretty  much the same  in    any   of   them,  with this exception, that  with the  two  older  parties past experience  should render them   just   a   little  more efficient, for the time  being,  at   any   rate,   as    is   abundantly  shown in the case   of   Alberta   as  well  as in Ontario where  a com  bined   farmer-labor government  is  in charge.  Bad as B.C's experience may  have been with the two old parties  they have never done worse than  has the third party in Alberta���������  and never will so long as an all  wise providence continues to be no  reapector of parties in the distribution of brains and ability to fashion  a policy for the successful all roiliid  development of a province of the  varied  interests posBOHBed   by B.C.  FINANCIAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR 1922  GENERAL FUND  RECEIPTS���������  Membership fees and Dues  paid $4626.00  Interest-. . ~ :. -     14.45  ' V..***"- ' -  .  DISBURSEMENTS���������v  *,  ���������-      Organizing expenses... . ��������� ��������� *. ~~~*���������$ 11-5.00  ���������*, Postage Stans^s and Exchange~~~~~~~~~. Z~..   .163.20  Stationery and Printing . .���������.' ...... :'..:...   389.30  Equipment........  '.'.  ... :... ���������     82.70  Commission (obtaining new   members).... ....   725.00  Advertising  ...... ���������.  .'.      20.90  Refunds :   .. .' _     42.00  Salary  ...��������� .��������� T      450.00  Sundries���������  .'.;... .'.  *....     21.45  Cash on hand and in  bank  2050.90  $4640.45  ITUARY FUND  $4340.45  ........������....^..M-.������M.������.<*>*������m<<-������������M^Allo������W  $2118.00  deaths  ....$1373.00  bank , :..   745.00  82118.00  RECEIPTS���������  Assessments - paid.   DISBURSEMENTS���������  Death claims���������Three  Cash on hand and in  ASSETS and LIABILITIES  ASSETS  Cash in hand. Mortuary Fund .���������.$ 745.00  Cash in hand,   General Fund ��������� 2650.90  Office Equipment���������  Supplies...:... $100.00  MiBiieotfraph. .'   82.00  Envelopes and Stamps     56.00  "Ledgers:/and loose leaves ~.,  120.00  Mimeograph paper     20.00  Unused Receipt Books     15.00  Unused Certificate forms    40.00           433.00  THERE ARE NO LIABILITIES  $3828.90  D. P. KANE, Secretary-Treasurer.  I have examined ahd checked the hooks and accounts of Tho Fifteen  Hundred Club of Kaslo and District up to 31st Decern bor, 1022. I have  obtained from the Secretary all information and explanation which I required and I hereby certify that the above Balance Sheet is in my opinion  properly drawn up and gives u correct view of the Club's financial affairs  to the end of the year 1022.  ROBERT HENDRICKS, Auditor.  Address all communications lo KASLO, B.C.  fx&n-phrey Plays Saf@  The first divisions of the present  R*cf.fnr>yi t-a. Ottawa cr.niii on Thursday when two nmendemonts suh-  mitted by the Progressives in con-  nection with the speech from tho  throne were defeated hy substantial majorities, arid on both ooo������-  sion* L. W. Humphrey ftirmctr-  labor member for W^Ht TContemty,  votnd with the government.  Day By day, in every way,  The FORD is getting better.  Today's  f.o.b.  V-lt    ��������� dt*~ m4^m~~~~m~~~~i  Price $671  CRESTON.  Jl. jTtLJl   M,~~j~~~~~~.t~~z~f    -Xj&L.     MZ JL ~~~z~~ JDvkjJv^I^I  Men's Half Soles, $1.25  Women'sHalfSoles,$1.00  Guaranteed for 6 months.  *    Spdpslssf      9  *������������lntaaaia price of v*Brst*-e*tasB' land  reduces to $8 aa acre; seeond-cJ&ss ts  93.60 an acre.  Pre-emption sow confined ~- s*sr-  veyad land* only.  Records will be granted covering ������niy  land suitable for agricultural purposes  and which ts noa-tlmber land.  Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  but parties of not more t"&a-a Jotsr may  arrange for adjacent" -pre-emptlonB  with joint residence, but vaunts maktns  neceosary Improygpientar ������6 ������mpective  elaKns. ^**':;    .;..-.'*" ���������  ���������_ Pre-emptors must occupy claims^ for  avo years and make improvements to  -value of $10 per acre. Including: clear-  Inar ahd cultivation of at least 6 acres,  before receiving Crown Grant.  Where pre-emptor in occupation not  ~   . . -���������. ~~ cause.   granted intermediate certificate of Improvement and transfer his claim.  . Records without, permanent residence may be issued, provided applicant makes improvements to extent of  $800 per annum and records same each  year. "Failure to make Improvements  or record same wlU operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained in  less than 6 years, and improvements  of $10.00 per acre, including ������ acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  of at least S years are required, a  Pre-emptor holding Crown ^rant  may record another pre-emption, if he  requires land in conjunction with his  farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made  and residence maintained on Crown  granted land.  TJnsurveyed areas, not exceeding 20  JST*8.- E10*^ D* 1-muj***. ao *h������meQit������s;  title to be obtained after fulfilling residential- and Improvement conditions.  For graslng and industrial purposes  areas exceeding 640 acres maybe  leased by ono person or company.  4I.2S11, ?aoSOI*3r ������f totfustrlaTsltes on  timber land not exoeedlnn 40 acres  may be purchased; oondiUona include  payment of stumnage.  kJ,������,iSS&JiS m������oaows inaccessible  Dy existing roads may bo nuurchased  conditional upon conctractloa off aroSS  to them.   Rebate of one-half of cost of  price, is made.  PRE-HMPTOR8' FRBB ������IRANT0  m ACT.  The scope of this Aot is enlarged to  ing with His Majesty's V*orces. The  Ume within whioh the heirs or deylsbes  2f a aeeeased pre-emptor may apply  for title under this Aot is extended  from for one year from the death of  t-mfm mX%?2������L    **    '���������������������������������.     ������������tU     OUS  year after the oonoluslon of the present  war. This privilege ia also -made -i-  troactlve.. ���������    m  due or payable by aoldlers on  emptlons recorded after June 16. ..  Taxes are remitted for five yearn.  Provision for return of moneys ac-  iv ttl!u������^**!SSSS!5i.of ********* ������Sm  or taxes pn soldiers' pre-emptions;  Interest on agreements to uuroheUBe  ^n-������JL.0,t**Llot,,Jl*������,a *>y mewbers^S  llstment to March Ml, 1010.  &UD-PUROHA������BR������ OF CROWN  # LANDS. "*���������"*  Provision made for lssuanoe of  Crown grants to sub-purehasets of  Crown f^ands. acquiring rights from  purchaners  who  failed    to    comnlota  tlllment of conditions of purchase interest and taxes. Where sub-purchasers do not claim whole of original nar.  eel, purchase price due and taxes mav  be distributed proportional eSy n^rf-,  whole area. Applications mi  made by May 1, 1M0.  pre-  over  must   be  Orastng Ao  ORAZINa.  ������  J'  t. 1919, for systematic  development or livestock Industry^provides for graslng dlstrlots and range  administration under. CcmmKsoloner.  Annual Hrasing permits issued based  on numboro ran������oil: priority for established owners. HtocU-ov.nt.rt~ may  form Assoolatlotis for range mannirtc  ment.   Free, or partially free. uermttM  ���������Tn*.   m~*t������tt*mm    nflwo.f-K   iy*.    tmr* .im-vfi.*r   0---        .  ... - - -   -  ���������   j        ���������      ....~ ���������  -."*      :.  . 0^1 I���������-.  ~~4.tr. ir.       &X4  %������ ten ������������������-���������** " Pianpfbrie. Organ and  Singing Lessons  ARTHUR COLLIS, Creston  P.O. Boa76  A B0JSID  F>~-AM <5 ORNAMENTAL.  COWOflETEWORK  (Canyon)      ERICKSON P.O.        B.C.  Loyal Orange Lodge, No, 2095  Meets THIRD THURSDAY of  each ntonth at Mercantile  Hall. Vi9Jtihg brethren cordially invited.  ERIC OLSON W.M  ERSlSTHEEOiTOR  Is there any  Meat its the  House ?  This is the first question that presents itself  to the housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a meal.    Rut why  wv������������?y ?  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest  Quality  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  Bologna, *&c*  are always to be had  here. In meats nothing  quite equals' 'Shamrock*  products.  & CO., Ltd.  *  *.���������.-*-���������- x*  TIMBER  Sealed tenders will be.received by  the undersigned not later .than noon  on the 20th day of February. 1923, for  the purchase of License X 4824, near  Wynndel. B.C., fco cut 600 Fir and  Larch Ties.  One rear will be allowed for the  removal of timber.  Fvrther particulars of the1 Distract  Forester. Cranbrook. BCi  BEPARTMENT OF LANDS  NOTICE 1  Application for 6 razing Perm its  for tho Ssason of 1923s  More About the Liquor Sto-^e  j Editor kdview;  Sm���������Judging by the letter which  appeared in yonr issue of February  9th dealing with the question' pf a  liquor store for Creston; and also  judging by much, that we hear on the  street, we take it that the opponents  of the liquor store are under the impression that the men they have to  convert to their ideas are the business  men of the town.  In very few words I would like to  pesint oitt to these good people, .and  also to the public generally, that  efforts to prove to the business man of  Creeton that a liquor store would be  bad for business are simply a waste of  time.  I would like to go further and say to  those excellent citizens who want a  liqnor store and are using as an  ! argument the . statement that the  business men of Creston want it  because it would he good for business*  that they are insulti%g theinteltigenci  of every merchant in town.  There is not a business man in  Creston but what knows perfectly well  that the tuan who conies to town with  a lonely "five spot" in his pocket (and  five spots have been lonesome for some  time, and will be lonesome for another  year or two), and a consuming thirst  is* aroint to go home with his thirst at  least partially quenched and without  any groceries, or if he takes any home  they wilTbe bought on -"tick."  Why in the world the citizen who  wants a bottle handy, and the citizen  who doesn't want hint to have it, in  sist upon dragging the business man  into their argument is more than I can  understand.  These are perilous times for all  business, and merchants are forced,  where public opinion is divided strongly, to take a ��������� 'straddle the-fence  attitude". "What " every merchant  would like to do would be to pass a  law prohibiting the circulation off all  petitions unless it might be one to do  awav with the tax collector.  When your best customer comes in  with a petition and asks you to sign  about the only thing^a merchant can  do in times like these is to sign, knowing that his action isLgood for present  business, and hoping ,' that whatever  the petition calls for; mav be good for  business later, or that if bad there  may be a chance that it. wont carry.  As to whefcher^or not merchants of  Creston want a liquor store, from a  strictly business point of yiew the  merchant whose opinion on thia point  is of value is the one- who has money  actually invested in the town, and I  want to say most emphatically that  the business men of. Creston who  really want a liquor store represent-  less than 20 per cent, of the business  capital of the tawn. and this statment  is made after a pretty thorough person  al canvass.  That the other eightv per <*enb is  going to be injured by the opening of  aliquor store is probably a matter of  little im por tji nee, but the public might  at least give the business men of Creston credit for having sense enough to  know that they are going to be hurt.  BUSINESS MAN.  feliowV roas*keting cure-alls,  and we  sincerely] hope that the local Cosner.it-  teeand tlie growers will have  backbone! enough to stand firmly by this,  excellent decision.  Every grower in tne province is  looking forward to the outcome of the  big co-operative movement which is  now in the hands of the committee of  ten. - i'.-P' ':'���������-"-  Very little infoi mation js reaching  Creston Valley as to what the committee is_ doing, but we venture the  assertion that -the lank and Sle of  Okanagan growers are pretty familiar  from day to day with what is going  on and for that reason will be in  excellent position-to judge the merits  of the psoposition that the committee  will finally have to place before'them.  In other words, when it comes to a  question of signing the contracts the  average Okanagan grower wilt haye  very little reason to hesitate. He will  be in a position, through previous  knowledge of facte, to sign or refute  to sign.  The position of the Creston grower  will he entirely different. It might be  quite possible that a committee witb  full revival equipment could come in  here and get the whole country signed  up on. most any proposition before we  as growers had a chance to thoroughly  weigh all matters in connection*  ' We haye a suspicion that Okanagan  growers have on' previous occasions  endeayored to sign- up outside districts  for the purpose of stregthening their  none top strong position at home. We  have no reason to think that anything  cf the kind wilt occur:, but wish to call  attention tb the fact that such'a contingency might arise, and also wish to  point out that there is one very logical  way of avoid ng any difficulty of this  kind.  Let the Okanagan grower sign np  first. He will be conversant with the  facts pro and con. If these contracts  meet with the unanimous approval of  the Okanagan growers we can sign up~  in very short ordrr. If .they don't  ssss������ wmtu unaniinious approval there  need be no waste of either time or  money circulating contracts here.  This plan has everything to commend it and nothing* can ' be said  against it. except that some little time  might be lost. Sinee we have -waited  for two months for the Okanagan to  come to a conclusions surely we can  reasonably ask tha."^ they give us a  day or two 1 o. think things over.  -���������? Z^_ GROWER.  Potatoes���������Good eating potatoes,  $1.25 per sack, deliyered anywhere jn  town. It. Stewart.  Cow Foit Sale���������Milch cow, just  freshened, $60 for both cow and calf.  R. j; Long, Erickson.  Atrro Bor SA*������.*G^-McLaughlin car,  in good shape, cheap. Come and look  ifc over.    C. Maxwell, Creston.  Dr. Wilson Herald, ear. nose and  throat specialist, will arrive in Creston  on February 15th, and remain for  three days.  Money Belts  ���������THE old way of carrying you* money  in gold  in ^l>elt^ when travelling,  S,ad ncitber tbe advantages of safety  nor comfort.   ;  OUR Travellers? Cheques are payable only to your order, can be  cashed promptly in small amount.-* foi  ���������your imsaediate requirements and take  little space in your pocket. Try them.  ������*m  THE CANADIAN BANK  ~m  PAID-UP CAPITAL       -        ���������        $f5,GCClO0O  RESERVE FUND .        -        $15,000,000  CRESTON BRANCH, ���������. ������. B������aactt; Manager.  Hot Air  ������PB.  v-  and  Hot Water  Heating  oneet xvltsia.1 Work.    A good stock of ������*ipe  and Pipe Fittings on hand.  E.W,RYCKM^N,--Greston  ^  i  JPow im tis������ Yimm  i  Application for permits to graze  livestock on the Crown range within  each grazing district of the Province  of British Columbia, must be filed with  the Distriot Forester nt Cranbrook,  Fort George, Knrnroops, Nelson, Prince  Rupert, Williams Lake, Vancouver  and Vernon, or with the CoininisBoner  of Grazing, Parliament Buildings,  Victoria, B.C., on or before March 15,  1023.  Blank fo-pma upon which to submit  applications may bo obtained from the  District Foresters at the above named  ������ Incus,   or  from   the   Department of  ninds at Victoria, B.C.  O. K. NADEN,  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Depnrtmunt of Lands.  Victoria, B.C., January i, 1023.  Let the Okanagan Sign First  Editor Review;  9m,���������Ab a local grower we wish to  express our appreciation of the stand  taken by the local Growers' Commitee  and also of the manner in which the  Heview referred to the Committee's  decision En last week's editorial headed  "Adopted Wise Policy." We refer to  tho move of the Committee ih advising that no action be taken locally  until the.contracts haye heen circulated in the Okanagan first.  Aa a grower we have seen too many  blunders made in swallowing the other  BOAR FOR SERVICE  RegiHterei  Berkshire Boar for service, $3. R. STEWART, Alice Siding.  our KBuileHngm  torZWintes*  We have just the Idnd of Lumber .you need  to do tnis work.  Protect your house from .Fire by  building a Brick Chimney  We have the Brick!  Also Lime, Cement, Shingles, Lath. Mouldings, &c*  Canyon City Lumber Company  LIMITED  ��������� III Willi  Safe Investment  Tfals-Bank not only glv^s yoii a comprehensive  EttiiiiMiiK itwi-vice, but, willi our own Bond Do-  ttfurtEtient constantly dealing in strongly pro-  j ice^ii^uritieetv/������ are Inn position to advise  and (prist clients In procuring: safe and profit*-  dklo investment.  4iBr3  I+&l *gg*tt   ijagjj-^ ���������^pjjy* ^gagg*^     &m       j^. tjgg ^^^ jg*-. -_. _ ^_    ~^tmt  mSrm mtS.g%J������.jf^t*JL-f -      W%A*t f^*vt a"*^.  C. W. ALLAN,  CRESTON BRANCH.  Ior a long time we have been unable  to offer such values as these!  36-inch Scrim9 taped borders at per yard ���������  ���������  -  in White and Cream  Scotch Madras, 36-inch, 45c;  45-inch at per yd.  Nottingham Lace Net, 36-inch, at per yard ���������  ���������  -  72 o**ly handpainted China Cups and Saucers, each  -~t~.i3.C  ��������� 60c  ��������� 45c  r%n*  ' -iSi-OC  3 fat  3C  KtbsUrs SVSlKLA^ b ILL bUSVsrAs^Y  Manager,  ,'?*���������  UNITED  ������**-i*������^������*^^ I'i^WWWS^^  sas&ssaaas  ^(ywwiy������HiWH)iwi  itiWiiiiiiiiiiftlBia  iiMiBiiiyMi  WiMaiiBiiMiaMiii^^  ~mm ������jjjmE SQaVTBW. CBBSTQN, B> CU  .&  Eesema Covered Ariis  ������f This Healthy CJhtl^  Marshal!,   Sprucedale.  Out,,  writer*--������������������-  "When   my   little   son   was    three  months old he broke out in sores on  hi.   chest  and  arms.  We   did  atl we  could to heal those terrible sores, but  nothing  did  him   much  good.   Final*  iy I ventured on a box of Dr. Chase's  Ointment   and kept  on  using   it   At  last  we  were  rewarded. by the  steady healing of the sores j and  finally he was^cpaapletely relieved V of .them.   He is' now   three  years, old, izvA h&~ bad  no  re-  Baby Mara*baii. turn ol ftUe trouble smce.'*  BR. CHASE'S ^IITMEIT  60 cents a box. all dealers or Kdwiaoson, Bates & Co., Ltd., Toronto.  n  ft  Copper Horseshoes  Now Used As a Means of Preventing  Forest Fires  Copper   horseshoes   as a means, of  preventing forest fires have recently  made.their appearance in the forests  of the -west, and, if the plans of certain forestry officials are carried into  effect,  this .;metfii';:;*--wiil supplant steel  upon the hoofs of all horses to be used  on public do-mains where there is any  measures of -fire hazard.      According  to    some    of    the supervisors,  steel  horseshoes used in .flinty mountainous  regions may have been: the caxi.se of  some of. the mysterious fires that have  I  BRIEFLY TOLD  .The Liondon Daily Express understands that the estate of the late Lord  Northciiffe is.valued at ������5,500,000.  The Governor-General has appointed  Major Robert Wooiidge Gordon, M.C,  reserve of offlcei'S, Grenadier Guards,  to be an aide-de-camp.  "Vancouver*  notorious1 for its rains,  was a comparatively dry town in 1922.  Only 40.63 inches of precipitation, was  1 officially  recorded,   or   less   than   the  started   in   forest   reserves.     Heavy J werage precipitation in Montreal,  t steeL horseshoes striking- against flint f    Fifty  per cent,  less  beer  was   Con  or -hard granite may readily b e the  source of sparks, which, falling^ntO;  dry gras s or other inflammable material, yyould quickly cause it to burst  into flames if fanned by a breexe.  Direct vs. Indirect Taxation  Quite a rumpus is hems vsiised in certain quarters over the imposition of  the two-cent stamp tax on receipts given for amounts of: ten dollars and -gver*  and recently an attempt wiih made to stampede the Dominion Government into}  refraining from putting" this tax into effect on January 1st as it was authoriz- j  ed to do by Parliament at its last session, this attempt taking the form of an  organized deluge of telegrams of protest addressed to the Prime Minister and ]  all to be delivered to him the same day. ;~  Whatever may be said for or against this particular tax, it is neither--new  in principle nor, as a matter ot fact, new in this particular form. Stamp  taxes on receipts are in vogue in many countries. They are not even new  In Canada, because, many yeais ago before The war laid such a huge burden  of debt on the Dominion, this form of taxation was in effect. When the  stamp tax on cheques wa<? inaugurated, there were complaints, and these were  renewed when the graduated cheque* tax based on ihe amount .for which a  cheque Is drawn was put into i'orce.  As a matter of fact, whenever any system of direct taxation is.adopted  there is public complaint, although, when the subject of "taxation is discussed  in tlie abstract, nine out of ten people will be found to frankly admit that  direct taxes are the.fairest aud least expensive form of taxation. The trouble  is that, in thc case of direct taxes, people know they are paying taxes'; whereas when tlie taxation is imposed through indirect methods people are in ignor  ance of the amount of taxes they ar  they are paying taxey at all. .   It i  iiniir nui?iTnfl anriCM  nni iuieuiyiaikhwl  OFTEN COIES BACK  The Usual Treatment Does Not Reach  the Root off ths Trouble  Most treatments.,f*qr rheumatism do  no more than aim to keep down the  poison in .the blood and enable nature"  to overcome that particular attack.  Then when the system becomes rundown from any. cause the disease  again gets the upper hand and it all  has to be done over.  Sufferers from rheumatism who  haye found their condition unrelieved  or actually growing worse while using  other remedies, would do well to try  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. The tonic  treatment with this medicine has proved in thousands of cases that it builds  up the blood to a point that enables it j  to    cast ��������� out    the rheumatic poisons j  svimecl in Great Britain in the past  year compared with the pre-war consumption, according to the Brewers*  Society.  According to information in authoritative Vatican circles, Pope Pius plans  to hold another consistory in March,  at which new cardinals may be  created.  Bishop Lloyd announces that the  proposal to bring out Welsh emigrants  atid settle them on the lands around  Hague, Sask., recently vacated by the  Mennonites, has been abandoned.  ���������*��������� Nothing  science per fbrans th e sa in e  marvellous Ilea ling- and dispels disease from the 1 issues  as ZiTni-Buk does. This  pure herbalsbalira^dies tlie  fire out of a wound or sore,,  kills and repels^ germs  ���������and grows fine- new skin."  Zam-Buk is ackn owledjjed-  P.O.j ���������Hamilton, Ont,, who says: "For  a number of years 1 was troubled with  muscular rheumatism, which caused  nie a great deal of suffering. I would  get rid of the trouble for a time, but  it: always came back. A friend recommended   Dr.  Williams" Pink Pills and  five years ago  pills lor anaemia and found- iheni  equally good, and i now recommend  them to  any   friend'^' who may  be- ail-  re paving,: and  frequently do not realize i through tho regular channels of ex-ere-  .~x^ xxx t. j,.*-,.--.^ ~~xr.~.-, xx~ .X... -. - - i'or this r ea son .tha t ind ir e c t taxation i s ] tion, the bo wel s, kidne y s and the skin.  always popular with politicians, even though the result is to impose heavier i When this* is done rheumatism is ban-  taxation than is necessary, and, worse still, even though other people are en-] ished, and as long as the blood is kept  abled to increase their pergonal profits at the expense of'the tax-paying public ! pure and rich the patient will be im-  without the public treasury reaping the benefit. j mune  from  attack.       This   is proved  When a man draws a cheque for fifty dollars or less and places a two-cent j by the case of Mrs. JV Hewitt, Beach  stamp on it. he knows that the Dominion treasury lias.benefited to the full extent, of the tax thu-s paid by him. The same thing is true of the receipt tax.  No private or third party can get any rakc-oit". The taxpayer pays and the  Government get. the whole amount he pays. The same holds true of~-the  postage stamps he places on letters or'parcels, the stamp tax*, on'matches?.  and the taxes paid on incomes.  *But when a man buys an   imported article in  a store costing one dollar1.  and upon which a Customs duty is levied he, as a rule, considers he is merely] I have not had* an attack of rheuma-  paying the proper selling-price of the article.      He does not, and in the anajor- ] tism. since   I   took  them,  and  that   is  ity of cases cannot, iigure oui how much ot that dolhu- represents-the actual    " ......  --. . *--..  value of the article, in question, and how much has been added on account of  the tariff.      "Leas;  of all does he know how much of the added price because  ot*  the  tariff  goes  into   the   Dominion  treasury   and how much  represents   a  super-tax Imposed on him by the original importer, the wholesaler, jobber and [. ing."  retailer.       Vet,  if  tlie ariioic   in question  has  passed ..through  several   hands  before reaching the ultimate purchaser, the chances are that the amount taxed},  such' purchaser on the  score of the  tariff is from  f*<i to  7"> per  cent, greater)  than the Government receives, because each middleman has added his percent-j  age of profit, not on lhe original cost, but on the cost plus the tariff.    Thus the I-  indirect tax paid by the coar-utuc-r increases like the proverbial snowball. j  Furthermore, the impo; iiion of an. indirect tax ihrough the medium of a'  Customs tariff makes it possible for the domestic manufacturer* and producer!  of an ides of a  class -suiiiiui   to the  imported  article to enhance the  selling j  price of his untaxed goods  to a  figure approximating to tbe price of the im- j  ported article.      In all such cases  tlie Government gets nothing at all in the;  way of revenue, but the public are paying handsomely just the same. *   \  These things are not possible in the case of direct taxes, and if is passing;  strange, therefore, ihat so  many people criUciise and grumble  over the pay-j  ment of a direct tax���������whicb, after all, comes back  to them in public service j  of one kind or another���������while at  the  same time viewing with  a largo degree  of ccmplacancy   the  more   vicious,  and   heavier,  indirect taxes  Government receives bui: a part of the total.  Direct taxes are infinitely preferable provided lliey are marie as simple as  possible, and the method of their collection comparatively inexpensive.    And  Catarrhal Conditions  .Catarrh Is a local disease greatly influenced by constitutional conditions. It  therefore requires constitutional- treatment. HALL'S "CATARRH MEDICIKIO  is taken Internally and acta through tlie  Blood upon the Mucous Surfaces--ol the  System. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE gives the patient strength by improving thc general health and assists  Nature in doing its work.  AU   Druggists.       Circulars  free.  EVJ. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio.  Zeppelin  Reaches   Britain  England Has Visit From First German  Airplane Since War  The first German airplane piloted by  a German airman to land voluntarily  in England since the war arrived at  the Croydon airdrome recently. The  machine, built by the Zeppelin Company, Was the first all-metal plane to  cross the channel.  Tlia    three passengers   were    direc-  SMOKING TOBACCOS  Natural Leaf  Virginia-Burley-"Mixture. 1 lb SOc  lijXtra Fine "Hurley,  1 lb. 70c  Medium Strength. T.tnrley,  1 lb 50c  HavaiUi'MisUirfr.   .1  1V>.   ........... SOc  "While it lasts mix!, 1 lb 40c  5 lb. lot" prepaid by mall ...'..*    $3.09  Bcirnard's Tobaccos, Leamington, Ont.  Saskatchewan Lignite  Lignite coal mining in a commercial  way is being started hear Shaunavon,  ih the southeastern portion of Saskatchewan. The country along .the White  Mud''"Valley is underlaid with coal,  and.the outcroppings are so near the  surface in places that the farmers  have for years heen hauling their���������fuel  from holes dug in the hank.  tors   of  the  big  German   air  combine  u*!,l,'^ i -which is planning lo complete, the''tie-1  I have since used the-S / **** V      . i  tails ot���������the proposed air    service    between London and Berlin.  Vou ean get the.se pills from any  medicine dealer or by mail at: HO cents  fi box or six boxes Lor $2.50 irom  The ])l\ Williams' .MfMlicine Co..  Urockville. Ont.  When  a  woman  -H a man's  only tak*!*  thing else he has.  marries     she     nol  name    but    every*  The'Proven Asthma Remedy. Since!  asthma existed there has been no lack  of much heralded remedies, but they  have proved short lived and worthless.  The ever-growing reputation of Dr. J.  D. Kellogg's Asthma "Remedy has given it a place in the field of medicine  which no other can approach. It has \  never been pushed by sensational  methods, but has simply gone on af-  I'ecting telief and making new converts.  What ran bo sim niter than the affi'sing ot a stamp to a cheque or receipt., and ��������� ^  what oould  be   chenper���������th*  cost  to  the  Government   being   nil   beyond   fhe '  For    Rheumatic    Pains.���������The  pains  and aches of Sciatica and Rheumatism  should   be   treated   with   Dr.   Thomas"  Eclectrie Oil.    The soothing and. heal- , ..  rT'""-*,'.".'"''"���������V,v* i ing properties of this  famous remedy ������  01  ol  wincu uu- .. jmve    been     demonstrated     ior    fifty j would  year?. I'so it. also for inflammatory  pains, cuts. sevatehoH, * bruises and  sprains, either In human beings ot* the  ;ev animals,  actual engraving and sal^ oi the stump itself.  Undoubtedly it is a matu-r o1 education,  direct faxe**-,  except. *vxcis**>  levied on liquors,  revenue vvh-c*- ehi-vfl**. derived through Customs duties, and so Canadians got!  the idea the} were the gre:if untaxed nation of tho "world. Croat Britain, ou !  the other hand, has always favored direct taxation, and it. as admitted the j  world over that ilu* f'ritisli .-ystein is sound and productive of great revenues  to the St-a.tr-. iz js well that Canada should, mor^ and more, follow II ri tain's j  e3������ampl*������. Af all pvont.s. our heavy war debt makes It, imperative that we do  so for some considerable iL-d������*> at least. [  Beiore the war Canada had n������ J     "W��������� ^lace ofthe 'tooth" al Candy;  ���������tobacco, etc.      The Dominion's f Ceylon.   Is  the most   sacred   Ihuldhist  temple in the world,  Minnrd's Liniment for-Neuralgia  K'mgtishors     made     their   no .sis   o!  small ftsh bones.  Identified  A. man called at a village post office  ii registered letter which he. knew  be awaiting him. The letter  was there, but the, clerk demurred at  handing it over as he had no means  of identifying tho caller. The called  took a photograph of himself from his  pocket, remarking:  "I   think  that  ought  to  satisfy  you  as to who 1 am."  Tho. clerk looked long and earnestly  a I.'line portrait, and then said",  "Yes, that's you, "right enough.  Hero's your letter."���������Kansas -City  Star.  ARE YOU A TIRED,  WORN-OUT WOMAN?  Every Woman   Needs  a  Tonic   and  Nerviiie at Some Period of Her lafe  Toronto,   Ont;���������."An a tonic   attfl  builder Is can highly recommend Dr.  Pierce's Favorite  ������re script ion. to  tired and rundown women. I  am the mother of  eight children aud  have frequently  had need of such  - a toaic hut did  i not know what t������  take until my sister gave me so*ca������  of tho ���������,Fa.tf-orit������  Prescript! on,"  which sho herself had found to be  good. It waa exactly the tonic my  system required and one "bottle did  wonders for me, so I take pleasure in  telling others, hoping* that they will  give the "Prescription' a trial and be  benefited just as I have hoen."���������-Mrs.  Elizabeth Taylor, 261 Ontario St.  HEALTH IS MOST VITAL TO YOU  Hear What This Woman Says  London, Ont.���������"I can highly recommend Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription to the expectant -mother. I was  In a terribly run-down state. Wan  very weak and nervous and suffered  with nausea. I was miserable until  I began taking Dr. Pierce's Favorite  Prescription, but my strength returned very quickly and my general  health was better after taking; it. My  baby was strong and healthy, too, and  has never seen a sick day." ��������� Mrs.  Harry Harris. 195 Willi am St.  Go to your neighborhood drug stor������  at once and obtain this Prescription  of Dr. Pierce's in-tablets or liquid, or  send 10c to Dr. Plerce'B Laboratory  In BrldgebnrK, Out., for trial pkg.  tablets and write for tree cohflderitlal  medical advice.  Sentenced  To Death  No  Appeal  Possible  The -rl^Ftth -Visi-rut... is prissr-d oui.'  t-Vs-.iy timo a corn ������:-��������� tfo;>.t<-��������� ���������: with Put-  n,am'.*5 Corn Ivxtractor. ll me-i.n.*>  the prut oi the 'torn. V:u nam's IIITh  out <*orriH, root arid brtinei.. ;iti.! x)*-vf.v  i'.aiirt. IIf ;������i.-.'r any ,-rutj.-,' i* n; *.**��������� ;V>r I'ut.  nam'.-i.      l].'.e e'/crywijere.  Experimental Plant for Briqusttss  An  experimental  plant  hr j.  li.-'t-i.  c*''  rabltahed in the 1'nlv-firwit.v tn  Alhorut  to cfirry on vvork In. th*<" nian-nr os' cor������-  verting tlu< nlaclc m: Alhprm uilnpH into  brl<pi<r'tt.'<".s  undRt   i.h(������   dirfH'l.lou   of  '���������.<;-  P4**rf   tuiglnf*'".''.        I''   i*'     r*-:ils'r**a,      ������1i!i'  should Mmch fihiv--. f.rr,xf ������������������,]i':c''fc\inl :���������>  valuable addition   will Im- '...-.f.U- tn   VI  b������>rt.i*i's   cn:i|   indnsi ry.  Want   to   Probe   Grain   Trad'ft !  l.pfCiwLation to uuihufixe tho ajipoiul-i  ment of n royal commiHsion to inventl- \  Kate   c;vni*y   dolnll   ol:   t.h*^  grain   hnnd-'  linft   -ssyHtftin, cloalntr    ol'    fill     uiLmi'k:  ItotiHOs, and ;i  iiorfnanont wheal, bbiii'd,'  to  Uav<f a   monopoly  n.   all .fitrain * pui'**  uliiiH-Psi nnd snlnH :ln   lhc   r.hs'ee  mTilvh!  prmini.'c*.   ar,"   urgod   in   a   Vf^oluMnn  lw:inao<l   by   Ihf   rurnl   inunl<;l|������nllly   ol'  l*'i.fi)l\llt>. Man.  i  For Both House and Stable.���������TLiftro '���������  a.- n Kt,t,fl dfial ol rilmihiflly. i������hy8Lcally ���������  siM'sH.ltiniJ!, I ic I. ww a n' liuuian belnj?:; ~\.u\ ;s  the* Iowpi* anhnals. l!oth Uro Htih,i<i0.t;  tr> many stlltm-mr* ariHlnn I'roui ht* i  nanuua.nloii' and \.<> all jnannor ol fni*-1'  and brui.--.fn. I>r. TliomitH' .ICidfi*iiif  Oil in un cnih'Hy i**flinhl*������������ rnniody l-i������<"  Hindi tillinr-rdM and nii^bapH In both hit  T  "U i  Fire  Loss, its  M'     lil'i'     ttf.ri  t\\r>       Crilt-il  United  Statei-i  .it-it     ;. r-;\i     I hroutc'i-  ^t'.,ii.'H    v. :< .    ,"* i:;.-*,.-  ���������' - i -j r>!' ���������  nv.tii  Ll V.'  hi'tni.--*  and   ih������   Uxwt-i-  ord-M's   y,i.  ii,  W ftriiiisiiiiiiii'ii^miii^iaiiiiiniHiiti'^iiiaiiin m  m&~t~*~ti*f*r~~���������gi'f'%H ~U  JRL       -*������������������ mm. J~~~w ^i~mW Atr^x "*Hj  Keep yots *it /J  ;;;-::;-^-;-/;;';"."".:'"-',!,",",,H"i"ll"l,'i|i,i'l|l'f   SSSS~t  Pn/e For War Monument  ���������s-11 a- ��������� - i.l  ih������v.'*rdl, liii*f!i:li>i* oi' Al*(    .    i  ���������*.  t ..-11! .4 .11        V'TlUUt-li       .SclKXll.       'i'itUiW.    L  Li.*.      h������-������-n   iiiv*,nilHi|   (Ui"   .*:"tf)ti   jivE^c   oi  (t'V'tt  jui    ilu-   tiinaf   ;ic(**'i<1,abU-  ������!<������������������:,\ir,u  i<n- :i   Vi-iti   iiii-niMi hit   tnv ,SI, John,   N.ll,,  in  r.im   Jyjt?niit        't'li"   ni'*������i'toi"I;������l   1m  iii  h*-i  ;':::  n>*-f-i   hl|<h  anil   I'.   lr*"i   ai|ii:iff ;n  C^1 ^j^zj^j������*^  Th"   uumum-Mil  lib  iwii  ftftiwi'i.  In  Y. Ill    Imi   Ol  lii"f������n/>������ 'hi  UliIIUItltlMI1lltMIHIllll������IM>li>ii  IV14������*UIUM>tt>*l"M������il^  VV  I If,  Mn  litMotHiit  f<mr F-lhcuiiMliBiii  for those Smokers  who Tike their tobacco  CutFBne or who  roll their own  MAGDOHAMfS BmCnt  ^44^  fW   1 D������  - Canada's Best Bug -  t  *tt~0-t~~������  \iim������~m������~M  w������_  (AtSO P'ROCUHABLE IN PACKAGES 15$ & 25V  mi  mmmmsstm  i~tmm~mMM~mmi~mmm~mum~M~m~tm~~mm       JBm  Wm^MmfWINKKm~f~~m X  s*l.  J  THE PTT.vfEW^ CHESTON, JS. ���������������,  te^.^^st#i?w^  dominion Parliament  To Deal With Heavy  Program Of Legislation  "WESTERN   EDITORS    o-  Ottawa.���������Wiih   Parliament   s<jh(_*'*ul  ed    to    meet    on  the last day ol ih������  month, Januaij  lironjises to be a busy  one for delegation's.     Tho heaiv \^v~,i~.  la lion   programtne   be tore   Parliament  will   itie\itahl*>   entail numerous   <~r1 i  ��������� ������������������.*������..  gutions   aud   representationa   in   addir-  tion  to "the delegations  which  af>|>etir  year by year.      -Ol'     the    latter,    ihe  -"Labor dolegaliort ranks as one ot -ihe  most  Important.       For   this .'prewara-  Eions are now, being made and  re-pre-  scntatires   oi*  the  Trades  and  Tj-abor  ; Congress .'-will, probably be receiyed by j thought   of  the Gbverarhent  about  the  middle, oi [ ?������mmenced  the month.      This year the .labor men  Suffered far Years  but now Quite Well  Cannot   Speak  Too   Highly   of   Dodd's  Kidney Pills  Pills  who  Qu-eb-ec IVIsn used Dodd's Kidney  and Recommends them to all  Suffer from  Kidney Ills.  '.. Cordonnier, "Dequin, Que. ���������  (SpecialJ.���������*;For many years I 'suffered wiih bad kidneys and could get  nothing . to - relieve nie. At last I  Dodd's Kidney Pills and  taking them.      1 am now  ~~.rt-.tlr0~-.Xl-.     ��������� 11    Jt  jjci iSCi i y    wcii. ^  ,     Mr. L. Fremblay, who    lives    here,  '���������will,-It is  understood, again ursenn- j makes the above statement.    He feels  ������Ui Mold uemerence  To Discuss Plans For  Marketing Cattle  ������o  HAVE YOU HEADACHES?  plemeniing ol! the various conventions  adopted    by    the International T>abor  ���������Jonfei*eince of the League of Nations,  more particularly���������_the eight-hour day.  They -will urge tiie-Dominion Oovenx-  nsent to "develop Canadian 'coalOehlsin  order to make Canada Independent* of  foreign"  coal;    recommend   establishment of joint councils in the civil service and the setting up-of'departmental councils similar to those establish-.  ed in the  Government service of the  >7nited      Kingdom.        Among      other  fnings, they will favor abolition ol' the  tax on purchases, the passage oL" legislation or suitable legislation for- the incorporation and regulation os! co-operative societies and legislation  providing i'or all workers the    right    to    organize.  Another important delegation sehe- {  duled for the present   month   vrilt   be  that he ov.-es it to other sufferers of  kidney troubles, to tell them how he  found relief from liis suffering.  Other sufferers from 'Kidney complaints tell of being relieved by  Dodd's Kidney Fills.���������'.������������������'.They act directly on the kidneys.' They strengthen  them, and put thent in. shape to strain  the uric aeid out ot" the blood.  , Ask your neighbors if Dodd's" Kidney Pills are not the best remedy for  sick Kidneys.  Ed. Holmes, Editor and Proprietor oi  The Progress, Dauphin, Manitoba  TourOf Lumber Men  I ~\T.t ~t rtmv���������rryv. . At-   -+t������>*.     /** I ���������*".***���������'���������*������     /*Vf     tbp     "!*���������#*-  V  C\XX\rVJ-\XV  Vr X . Ab      ������UW      ������*..v������.������w      tr i-       ..XXtZ.      -X-r  tail ''lumbermen's convention in Winnipeg this month, some 22 business men  pai-ticipaimg will travel to the coast  Want Control Of  Marketing Of Flour  When    \ otu    ears    ring, your head  aches, ahd you seem slightly hard of  bearing,  beware  of  Catarrh.      Mi*. J.  A. Hammil, writing fromGreenmounr,  F.B.I.,   was  similarly    troubled,     and  writes: "No one could have worse Catarrh than I had tor years.      It caused   partial  deafness had  taste,  upset  my stomach, made me sick all over.  "Catarrhozone"   cleared   my   nostrils,  stopped the cough and    gave    nie    a  clear feeling in my breathing organs.  I am now  absolutely  well thanks to  Catarrhozone."   "    Nothing so certain  as a Catarrhozone Inhaler to strengthen a weak throat, to rid you of Bronchitis, to drive out.Catarrh, cough and  colds.     Sold everywhere, 25c, 50c and  one  dollar for  complete two  months  treatment.-     Dealers,    The    Catarrho-  zohe Co., Montreal.  ^  UITCBAII  im *mi������r  V1VV. I  ymvL  sa  and back on a special tour of 3ns^eP"iffojl^av  tion before -returning to their homes,' *  the    Canadian    National  Railway announces.  * iUvvu  IIngl&!-i'tf0rotfl  %#*sM.*wa.> t v> .fxa  Its  one    to    urge    the St. Lawtence ;deep  waterways scheme.  MOTHER!  Move Child's Bowels with  "California Fig Syrup'5  Even a cross, feverish, bilious, or  constipated child loves the '*fruity"  taste of *���������'California Fig Syrup." A  teaspoonful ne-vor foils to cleanse the  liver and bowels. In a few hours  you can see I'or yourself how thoroughly" it works all the sour bile, and  undigested food ottt Of the bowels and  you-havo a well,-playful child '-ngain.  Millions of mothers keep ''California  Fig Syrup" bandy.     They Know a tea-  Kpoonful today saves a sick    child    tomorrow.      Ask your druggist i'or gen-j  nine "California Fig Syrup" which has   proposals advanced by  directions for babies and children of ���������  all ag^f*- printed on bottle     Mother! i  You must say "California Fig Syrup'  or vou may gel an imitation ilg syrup  Saskatchewan Government Is Asked  To Pres������nt Plan to Dominion  Regina���������The Saskatchewan Government has been asked to approach the  ' Federal Parliament to amend the  Federal Wheat Board legislation vesting in a -wheat board complete control  of the marketing of fiour, in addition  to the handling of vyheat. j  ���������*- The request was -preferred by a delegation, of the Saskatchewan Grain  .Growers" Association consisting of its  President. Hon. J. A. Maharg, ahd  Secretary, A. J. McPhail, at a conference vrith the Gov ernment. All the j  members of. the Government were  I present and, on. belralt of the Government, Mr. Dunning promised consideration of the  delegation's proposals.  In a..statement issued to the -press  by the Premier. Mr. Dunning said that  the del-figatiOn pi-esented the resohition  ol" the Canadian'.-Council..-of Agriculture  -offerihg co-operation foi* the establishment of *a workable wheat board for  1023.  "No suggestions were advanced for  any amendments  to the existing provincial wheat board legislation enac.t^  ed last year," said Mr. Dunning, "but  the delegation, on behalf of the Executive   of   the    Saskatchewan   Grain  Growers'  Association  asked   the  Saskatchewan Government to endeavor to  secure   from   the   Federal   Parliament  amendments     to    the  Federal  wheat  board   act   conferring   control   of   the  marketing of Hour- upon the proposed  wheat  board  in  addition   lo  tlie   control of wheat.  "The Government pointed   out   that  tbe   province   had   representatives in  the Federal Parliament through whom  [proposals for amending Federal legislation .could properly be made, but indicated    willingness   fo   consider   the  he association.  LEAVE HER ALONE  HEART WAS SO BAD  Those feelings. of faintness, tho������e  dizzy spells, "the all-gone sinking sensations which eome on from time to  time indicate a weakened condition  of the heart and a disordered state of  the nerves.  MILBURN'S  HEART AND NERVE PILLS  Improperly Addressed  Mail   Finds  Way to   Dead   Letter Office  Ottawa.���������Officials of the dead letter  branch of the post  office department  are busily engaged trying to find the  owners of many hundreds of parcels  which   were   insufficiently   addressed  during the "holiday rush.      "While the  total    number .  of    parcels tor whom  owners could not be found as a result  of the Christmas rush during December and January last year reached* 59,-  000, it is not expected that the number  tbis year will be as high.  i     Postal    officials    declare    that    the'  ! public is being educated to the heces-  ������ sity of writing the name and address  ] of   the   senders   on   parcels,   and   that  -this    leads    to.   undeliverable parcels  Ottawa. Plans for the marketing of  Canadian^attle under the new conditions following the removal of the  Britisii embargo against the importation of Canadian non-breeding cattle  will be discussed at a conference  which is to be held between officials  of 'the Federal Department of Agriculture and livestock men from all parts  of the Dominion. The conference is  expected to take place toward the end  of this month.  The proposals to be discussed will,  it is understood,' likely include steps  for the development of union stockyards at Montreal and central gathering points, the establishment of standard-grades and also arrangements for  the continuity of supply.  Plans are also under way for the  development by the; department of a  system by which the exporters in this  country would be kept continuously  informed as to market conditions in  Great Britain^ ports to whlcit cattle  f should be shipped and the classes of  livestock: for which there was a demand at any particular time.  DAJ>   ~ja~t~\K-i a  U.S.    and  wsii  Vf UI  flac������ 4*11*0 ff  Common Questions  .Meet    in  have no equal as a remedy to strengthen the heart, invigorate the nerves  and build up the run-down system.  Mrs.   C   Vanhorn,     Eekville.     Alta . , b f returned.    " The    parcels     for j  writes:���������"About    a     year   ago  I  had "*������ ,. .5  heart   trouble.        Sly   husband   didn't j whom owners could not be found lust \  dare leave me alone,, and often had to'���������-season  brought   approximately   ������5,000  Canadian    Men  " Montxealj Feb. 5  New York.���������United States and Canadian bankers will meet in conference  in   Montreal,  February  5,  to   discuss  business, banking and other economic.  questions of common interest by the  Dominion and the United States.    Announcement of the meeting was made  by the American Bankers' Association,  which has appointed a committee on  i Canadian  relations  to  confer with  a  similar  committee on American relations appointed by the Canadian. Bank-  stay up at night with me. I would  just feel kind of .faint and my heart  would seem to stop "beating.. I would  just* faint away, and it would sometimes be a n hour before * they could  bring me back to life. Someone told  me about Miiburn's Heart arid Nerve'  Pills. I got three boxes; I took them  and felt much better, .so continued  all .Winter, and now I never feel any  such faintness. I surely do. appreciate  the good they-have done for me."  Price 50c a box at all dealers or  mailed direct on receipt of price by  The T. Milburn Co. ."Limited, Toronto,  Ont. ...'.-"  into thd...coffers of. the department as s  a result of their disposal at auction I  sales.. '   ::',; -'���������'?-��������� .'"  Correspondence over parcels brought  into the dead letter department because of insufficient addressing or' for  other causes reaciies well over .100 letters a day.  i     The Canadian committee is headed  by     Sir     Frederick    Williams-Taylor,  I President    Canadian    Bankers' Asso-  * ciation  and General  Manager of the  Bank of Montreal.  Betrothal of Prince Denied  The Kifig's Private Secretary Knows  Nothing About It  "London.���������Emphatic denial was issued of the rumors of thc betrothal of  the Prince of Wales to an'Italian Princess. The report published that "the  Prince would shortly be betrothed to  an Italian Princess  has    plunged    all  Limit Grain Shipments  Winnipeg.���������Temporary restrictions  en the loading of cars with\grain dea-  tined for west St. John were announced by the Canadian Pacific Railway  here. There has been an accumulation of cars at St. John and until the  situation improves only fifty cars per  newspapers  again  into  discussion  ot  ,, =*,,  i,.. irtr*rin.t       fTh.  rvrtr*0r~v~.-~.-vv I the Prince's marriage prospects.  Those who have been hoping  tliat  New Record For Panama Canal  Panama.���������The passage of 2,997  ships through the Panama Canal-in.--  the year 1922 established a new high  record. In 1921 the best previous  year, 2,814 vessels used the waterway.  The tolls collected in 1922 aggregated  $12,573,407 so that for the first time  since the opening of the canal the  monthly  average  exceeded $1,000,000.  day will be loaded. The congestion  resulted, from lack of space on Attantic  ships.  Favors Change In  Editor Of "Winnipeg Tribune  Winnipeg.--William ~~. McTavJsh  lias been made editor of.the Evening  Tribune under M. E. "Nichols, publisher. He came lieve froth Saskatoon  nix. .months si go, since which time he  hns pmctieally acted ns editor.  Matter Will Be Urged On  Roy.il Commission   Says   Secretary   of  g'w.v.a.  St. John, NJJ.--Correr.Tion or Iho  existing procedure under which appll*  cat ion h for pensions ami ap P <"*<-" Ib from  declfciJotUi .of Mjo ' Doartl of 'IVnuion  OomnilRBloners wore, nindc by former  service men .Ih otic of U������e moat important, matters I.o be iii'Keil on the "Roynt  Com������ui;s3lon which will :'*it lioiv some  You May Be IU To-Night  Have ������nu a Remedy?  IL may be a tliKordered stomach, pe.i-  hap������ ci'iiiuiiH or acute indiijestlon. li'  >ou have no remedy handy, you are  bound to suffer. Twenty, diop������ ot  Nerviline in sweetened water will wttBa  tho pain ami enable you to get u good  night's Hlwep,      Whether It la Neural-  Dye Old Skirt  Coat, Dress Irs  Diamond Dyes  Each package Of "Diamond Dyes"  contains directions so simple auy woman *eahs dye or* tint her worn, shabby  dresses, shirts, waists, coats, stockings, sweaters, covrerinKS, draperies,  hangings, everything, even if she has  never dyed bo fore. Buy "Diamond  Dyes"���������no other lctwl-H-hen perfect  home dyeing is sure because Diamond  Dyes are guarniitoad not to spot, fade,  streak, or run: Tell your druggist  whether the material you wish to dye  Is wool or silk, or whether It Is linen,  -cotton or mixed goodB.  the Prince would choose his bride  from the British nobility���������and st  great majority of the people * undoubtedly   desire   this���������gleaned   some ;  satisfaction from the comment which  "Lord Stanfordham, the King's Private  Secretary, Is quoted ns making to one  press representative regarding this  latest betrothal rumor. Lord Stan-  fordhain, is reported to have said:  *'It is perfect nonsense. I have npt  heard about it. I know nothing about  it."  Livestock Breeders  Elect Directors  time dirrhig tliR hvftcr pari of January, rKia,    flick    Headache    or some othei  in the opinion or ������. G* MaeNeEI. Secre-: mJnor ache or pain, Nerviline can be  lary of lhc  Cl.W.V^.^and  .special r<.:jir<-������������rnual.iv������ of lit*.  at m-ftaont-wa*11 i������t���������������������l������y ������>'  r,      ,   ,     -J bo  l MI.U I lli-imll   ; -jjv  'VcUu'siub'  Alliance.  ment lug liert*.  who adrlr-o-wfte-fl  n  ^I/fiIN������^<m CarniuitBiiy  Bui >������u cm IfriMOln ���������  t&tVMt UtsMhyi Coa������3aa!������cs  VII kfl I^VF\'W������������-M-l**iri������������* Br* Um~~~td_f  IIe������p y<aiajr Btyaa ������a������*aua. Clear h������u8 ta-emltay*  Wrttti itsrVrtH-XtteC-t- ������oota.  t'ml~~ tt- Gtatttto"C������h S tnfctGM~ UU~nl.<C~iu&i.  extern till y and will  found a true friend lor every fum-  l/ar-ge   ;{;'������������:   bottles   sold   ever,\-  whfivc.  Lenine Is Reported III  "Loudon.���������I*remler "Lenine of Soviet  Russia, is reported in advices received in IUga to he very IU 4igalu. say a a  Reutcr dispatch from lURa- Physicians have been summoned from WeBt-  ern Europe to attend the Premier  "but his entouraKa 'Ua������ abandoned  hope ot h!s recovery," the dlBptttch  quotes 1he advices aH-declaring.  Death of Mrs. Alexander Graham Bell  Washington.���������Mrs.   Alexander   Gra-.  ham Bell, widow of the famous inventor, died here after a long illness. She*  was 63 years old.  Mrs. Bell died at the home of her  daughter, Mrs. David Faircliild. where  she had been failing ever since the  death last August of Dr. Bell.  Wm m -ffl^B  ram BI ^k    H 8 H-*- B-^. W~~m oJ������ H-������ m Ei  llgiii^^Siff^g|g:ig  FOR MONTHS  Weak and  Nervous.    Made  Well by Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound  Webbwood, Ont.���������*'! was in a very  weak and run-down nervous condition,  always tired from tho timo I got up  until I went to bed. Sleep did not reat  mo at nil. My Bister recommended  Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound to mo arifi others told me about  it, but it waa from my eiBter's advice  that I took it. It did not tako long;  untH I felt stronger, headaches left  me and my appetite came back to me.  I am a farmer's -wife and have many  tbincrs to do outside th������ bonne, mich an  I milliinpr. looking after the poultry, rind  Rents Raised lo Winnipeg  Winnipeg.���������Office rents along Tort-  HKft nnd Main SlroefR increased GO per  c-nril. on leaKieK expiring ut ihe new  year. Many fivniH nro forced to move  trslo ohlffr hwlltlSsw* on vk*-fount ������������f Ox>  huncased eont. JJcsirnbie oftlcra are  ai a K>r<������mUtiu all ovcr Winnipeg:.  Patronixe ,vouj- local  thereby help to build  town and community.  snaerchaiils ������*ui*a  up your home  Annual    Meeting    Will    Be    Held    In  Edmonton, Feb. 21  Brandon.���������Tlie   annual   meetlne of  tho Canadian Aburdeen-Ajigua AbhocIu-   tion. will be held ut EdJhoutoa, Feb- j ������{her <&o*^"Tn<T^^  liiary 21, it was announced here, following a directors* meeting-. ��������� On  March 0 the dlrectora ol* tlie association will meet here. The following  ���������were elected dlrectora at the conference:  you iti not  s o x ������ o rimento  line   wIiftM  * yon  use  l������r.  fchftae'a Ofnt-  ���������uciit iist KuBicma mnd Bkln^ icrlta-  ilo'iis.   Jt vell������-*������t������ at once ami gradu-  ally ~iti~\n tii* skin.    ������������mp1������JM������ Wr.  iiiui.Ko'H olnUj^;*ut i-cii li yon aies*no������ thif.  palter and afliwl a*, ntwrnp foe |K)������likKe.   COo.a  .blmtt*������l,ToioaUfc.  .i   -'  Vegetable Compound to all who have tha  ������amc trouble I had, for it is a fine medicine* for women."���������Mrs-Louia F. Ei.SA.H-  BEn, llillcreHt Farm, Webbwood, Ont.  Another Nervous Woman Finds Relief  Port Huron, Mlcblffan.���������"I suffered  for two vtt a r������i wWb. pains In my Bide, an d  Ka&tern   Cauadtt.���������-Jamea   iiowmau, j M x worked very much I waa nervous  Guelph; John. Lowe, EWho, Ont.;  anil I and just aatlred_ in the morning aa wh������n  C. C. Channon, Oaltvrootl, Ont.  Western Canada.���������James Turner,  Carroll, Man.; F. J. Collier. Welwyn,  KftBlc; James Browne, Neudorf,  Kaelc; W, D. "Lyon, Devei-on, Susie;  S. J. Henderson, Luconjflie; and O. II.  "I-rM'UoTi,   Cnlt^nry,  I went to bed. I was alecpy all the day  and didn't feel like doing: anything*, and  was ao nervous 1 would bite roy finger  nailo. One of my f rlcnda told mc about  Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound, and it helped roe so much that 1  soon feltfmc."���������Mrfl.CHAni.E9 "Beei-KW,  B01-X4th St., Port Huron, Mich.  ^.ur, 4xv-*f������*r ft-timntss/ f^roirtln-a  ������r������"r���������*������������������  W.    N*.   V.    2451  = 1 allmenTBhould try Lydia E. Pinkham'i  1 Vm*t**iJLh\~: ComooundL ��������� CH  ^ejgetAble CompoundL  ,*-^.4*i-,*>-f- :.**������������* -JJ-J-.  .���������-.yiZ-yy. m?  ���������mmsemmsss-mmmvsmit  THE  CRESTON   BEVIEW  w>4.:  m  Sfeaffo of F. Miii  Dealh uttdea* most pathetic   clrcum-  stancen ended   the   earthly   career  erf  "Fved Mill  an aged resident of Oreston,  who    passed     away      at      mid night  Wednesday,     following    a   paralvtic  stroke which took  him   shortly   after  retiring od Monday night;      Deceased  wsts employed as  janitor'at the Bank  of Commerce,   living   by   himself   on  Park Koad. and on   Tuesday morning  when he failed to pot in an appearance,  H. Christie, a neighbor  was  notified,  and at hoon that dav  he   visited   th������-  house  which   he   found   locked,   and  when an entrance was forced, deceased  was found in bed. the Sight  still bulta  ing, and the tons of   one   of   his   ft^t  frost bitten.      Paralysis   was down all  one side, and it is surmised  that when  t.feken with it he kicked the bedclothes  (iff nis feet, and. the wonder  is he did  not  suffer    more   from   the- cold   as  Tuesday night with   the   mercury*,* at  fifteen below and a gale  blowing from  the north was   the   coldest   spell   the  town has had for years.      Medical aid  and other assistance  was iinmediateiv  summoned by Mr. Christie, and every  possible attention given, but  the un  fortunate man never came   out of the  Anglican Ghurclt Services  SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1 8  CRESTON SIRDAR  Sand 18 ~t.~~~., 7.30 p,m.  GRAND THEATRE  WeSiiBSaj, FEBlfR'  The finest historical  romance ever  screened.  and  Ten reels of feature film  that will appeal to all.  REGULAR PRICES  A representative of "Lailey Trimble,  *naster clothes builders of Toronto,  will be at Mawson Bros, store UPeh.  24th.   to    take   orders  for   made   to  measure suits. A full range of samples  now on view at the store.  The weather was so severe on Kootenay Lake on Wednesday that the  boat from Nelson failed to. make the  run to Kootenay X-ahdiftg, and the  town was without west mail, the train  coming in about half an hour late  without a passenger.  The ladies are reminded of the "Valentine tea and sale of cooking and  candy under Presbyterian "Ladles"' Aid  auspices in Speers* Hall on Saturday  afternoon, with an added feature of  ���������������������������Mrs. WiggK of the cabbage patch."  Sale from 3 to 5.30 p.m.  A-boxing and wrestling tournament  of real merit will be the big entertainment feature for the last week in  March. This tournament will be in  aid of the soldters'imemorial fund, and  will feature Indian .boxings and  wrestling as preliminaries,/with a  match between two men of the genuine  ring experience as the  main bout.  Dr. Illsley, provincial veterinary inspector, made an official visit to Creston the latter pait of the week, when  he made his semi-annual inspection of  tfce herd at Creston Dairy, and has  turned In a highly favorable report as  to the health of the animals as well as  the exceptional efficiency shown in the  conduct of the milk business throughout. Altogether fifteen head were  inspected of which ten are being  ���������milked to supply the local demand for  milk and cream. Mr. Comfort stating  that the demand for milk bas more  than doubled since he took the business over about eight months ago.  stroke,, passing away unconsciously  about 11 p.m. Wednesday. Deceased is  abont sKvt-nty years of age, and came  here fronrt/ran brook about four years  ago. He w^s St*oth by birth, ami is  survived by. one daughter. Mrs. (Rev.)  Sinclair, whose husband was Baptist  pastor at Cranbrook unttl about two  years ������j?o> when he was removed to  California, tie has been comiiiunicat  ed with, and pending bis arrival no  funeral arrangements have yet been  made. Deceased was of an exceptionally affable disposition, and was a  great friend with all our "cttiiftena, and  his untimely passing is heard with  deep regret by all.  The new Co-Operative Marketing System assures  prosperity for the B.C. orchardist.  On February 15th I am open  ing for business in the above  lines   in   the  shop  in  the  Postoffice Block.  tt a.~~~. ~~  j~%aijrsisur*&  *#������  r m.i -0  HIUUC  or repaired  Satisfaction guaranteed.  Chargee are reasonable.  Repairs made while you wait  -  FRED BENHAM  CRESTON  Pres-byterial Meeting Here  Creston will next week entertain  delegates from the various Women's  Missionary Societies in the Kootenay  Presbytery at the annual meeting of  the Presbyterial, which is due to open  at St. Stephen's Church at 8. p.m.  About two dozen delegates are  expected from con relations extending  'from Grand ��������� Porks to Cranbrook.  These will arrive on Tuesday's trains,  and that evening they will be guests  at a dinner at Mrs. Henderson's  The opening session will   be largely  informal reception at which addresses  of welcome   will" be given   by   representatives frona Christ Church Ladies'  Guild.   Methodist    and   Presbyterian  Ladies' Aids, after which there will be  au address by Miss Mitchell,   W.M.S.  itravelling^ secretary.      This   opening  meeting is an open   one   and   all   the  ladies are welcome to attend.  On Wed nesday thei*e will be Presbyterial business. sessions morning  afternoon and evening with th������* delegates entertained at a luncheon at the  manse at the close of Wedeefday's  morning- meeting.*  SATURDAY and  MONDAY SPECIAL  SWIFT'S  Local and Personal  Birth���������On February  12th,   to   Mi*,  and Mrs. Stanley Watson, a daughter.  Fred Belanger arrived from Lumber-  ton on Friday and expects to again be  making Cieston his headquarters for  at least a few weeks, lie will so peri n  tend: the loading nut of the half  million feet of lumber J. T. Mangan  of Fernie has bought at Lister, and in  addition he also expects Us load ont  the rather large stock of cedar posts  he.has piled in Creston..  Regular prices will prevail on  Wednesday night at the Grand for the  showing of the ten reel feature the  ���������'Prisoner of Zenda."The stage version  of tbis dramatic romance attracted  napacitv houses wherever presented a  fp w years ago, and the screen version  is even more attractive. All admirers  of the screen should be sure to see this  picture.   .-.  January was probably the heaviest  month for traffic that the ferry on the  Kootenay River has seen for some  time. A total of 644 round trips were  made, the 30th being the big day of  them all when the scow had fifty return voyages to show. BBS teams were  transported as well as 48 single rigs  and two autos and 61 saddle ponies.  About 920 passengers were carried,  including drivers.  The gale from the north that prevailed on Mondav and Tuesday necess  itated the closing of tho second room  of the high school as- well as the third  division of the public -school���������both  rooms with their big windows getting  the full sweep of the wind. At opening time on Tuesday morning- the  mercury stood at������ero"in Mr. SiddonH*  room, and this despite the fact that  caretaker Earner had1 fired up at five  o'clock that morning.  The severest weathers probably ever  experienced in Creston was in evidence  on Tuesday morning when in addition  to the mercury registering .15 below  zero there was a. thirty mile gait* blowing out of the north that made travel  ling almost impossible.. On Monday  the gale also prevailed to such an  extent that the teams on the log haul  at Canyon City had to be taken off the  work, and the mill was closed down  for the dav due to heavy wind -that  blew.  Don't  lose  any  fruit trees.  time   planting  out  all  available acreage to  We oan supply you -with the varieties best suited to Oreston  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 auy other  fruit trees, as well as Grapes, &c. ���������  A big range of Roses and Ornamental and  Shade Trees to choose from.  -      ' \  I am Crestoii Vaiiey representative of B.C Nurseries Co., Litd.  y  I  E. L. LANGSTON, Lister  Price lasts and Catalogues can be had at Review Office.  J!  Try the Drugstore First  larmony  5-lb. Pail  1.15  In   reapoiiRe  quirieo   an   to  have  another  are pleased to  to   frequent   en-  when   we   would  Lard   epecial   we  announce   this for  Monday,  5-lb pail  at  Swift,'"**  when  of the  $1.15.  Saturday   and  yoia can buy  a  r)ig������h ntfmdard  No better Lard to be had than  tlie hi Kb standard   Silver Leaf,  and certainly   this price wait not  bo offered a-ftain for many weeks-  Its a flood  keeper   ao yon wilt  make no m intake  hnyin/K for im  mr.rltlrmtir* Puti-sTf* ���������ncc-fln.  Mrs. E. H. Coppen was a visitor  with Nelsin friends a few days last  week.  Pipe Fob Sa*l*e���������Quantity of slightly used inch black pipe, at .*: price tnat 1  will save yon money.    Lidgate Bros.  Miss Ella Leamy left last week for  Macleod, Alberta, whereshe has taken  a position on the nursing staff of the  hospital in that town.  Hard roads foreman A. B.  Davis is  a business visitor at Fernie ihis week,  renewing     acquaintances    after    an  i absence of three years.  Meiuhers of the Rod and Gun Club  are reminded of the annual meeting  on January 23rd. at the offline of tho  president. Major Malhindaine.  For. Salk���������14 Black Minorca hens,  Waltach's prize-winning strain, excellent birds for breeding from, $1.25  each.    P. Q. Ebbutt, Creston.  Owing to the severity of the weather  the fore part of the week the February  meeting of Creston Board of Trade is  stood over until Tuesday night,  February 2<)th.  Mr. and Mrs. 8. Q. Foreman ajrul  f-tmily, who have been residents nf  Oorttmav for some time past, arrived  back on Thursday to again make their  home in Creston.  ln merfs, larlieH1 nnd ehitdienVi  sweaters the Sneers' store is offering  exceptional values to reduce stock.  Reductions n~ high i������b $2 per garment  are in evidence.  Sacrament -of the Lord's Supper will  ho. (Hinpcnncjl at tho Prctibytcrlnn  Church at thc morning service on.  Sunday, with ihe preparatory service  at 8 o'clock to-irlght.  Tbc  THE BEST YEAST  We receive fresh supplies of  Fleischuiunn'a Yeast daily and will  be pleased to supply you regularly  on days suitable to yourself. For  baking this yeast has nn equal  while many eat it for their health.  MAWSON BROS.  for CHAPPED HANDS and TENDER SKIN  Can't be beat. Get a bottle and give it a trial  Price 50c.  "We also have a full  line of  Cold Creams and  Shaving   Lotions  which heal and alleviate  that roughness to which  tender skins  are so susceptible.  BEATTIE- OATWAY,  Mail Orders a  Specialty. -.  Phone Service  Prompt Attention  HfifiHSSSjjI^^fflg^^  ni  ���������n  *  For the next few days we offer an unrivalled sale of Men's  Children's, and Ladies' and Misses' Sweaters  Sweaters are always serviceable, and for the next three months will be quite  every-day need, so at these prices buying is a very genuine economy.  an  Service  BMVTUCIIC   Lower  IlllillLita   Prices  Slaved  t  L-ecbiie vnitdevilln company  ts* a rJfry dollar house in  peers' Hull on Friday nttfliL. There  was a banner turnout of youngstei-H to  aft* the performing: bear.  ...ir,. AnJh-u-iL Jjiih t'<nui|>lol<-,������i Uu' kail-  hombilriK and renovating of 1h������ vvjiIIh  and r:ellbri*j< of Hi. HtephciiM Church,  but due to the prevailing cold weather  he hitM been unable thi*. week to ai������t on  , with the vfim������iMhlri|)������ of tht*  woodwork  Mid Mlf-fliM.  Hev. If.   Vnrlev will deliver the Hrst  of bin   J������enten   Humbly    morning;   ad-  | drcHHeisi fit   Cl������v3*t Church on  Sundav,  j IiIh     Hilbjje������:t.       ilMiitiK       "HrfstHti'HWf."'  Ther������i wiw finite h fgood turnout at lb������  evening nervier oi> A������S������   VWilmwduy.  MEN'S PULLOVER and COAT SWEATERS  Reg. ������,75 at $4.75.        . ^     Reg. 9.75 at $7.75  Newest Coat and Slipover styles, in popular colbrs, knitted from pure wool yarns.  CHILDREN'S g^������^������gM^ reduced 2.75   to $1.75  100 per cent, pure wool.    Assorted colors and styles.  Ladies' and Misses' Sweaters, reduced 9.75 to $6*95  AH styles and all colors  These are all our own carefully selected garments that stocktaking  finds us overstocked with, hence the desire to clean-up.  n  Dry Goods  bfOCBflBS  SttM. 4^HBfe.     MHMH^^   ||MM   MMWM   HHM^     **b23*>*i  il^^^Bk ^^^^--^^^^^^m   ^S5i^^^^***ElBa ^^^^^^^^^^^   ^^^^^^^^^^^   ^^^^^^^^^BM  u^m^^Z^^^^&"'  Furniture  Hardware  BOB  ?PP#WW^$^  IHSHSB  ���������n  mm


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