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 m;  ������ / 3 *to iZj-  If/  y *y  _*~-,r * ~_  =fe  Vol. XV.  GRESTON, B. C., FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 1923  No. 12  ' The annual ineeting of the shareholders of the Lister Trading & Supply  Company. Limited, will be held in the  schoolhouse on Monday. April 90th.  A. Letoillp. has returned   from Kim  berley, where he has been   working at  the    Sullivan    fnine,.   and   bas  now  - finished putting in' about 200 trees on  his ranch. ...--...-. ;   =...  C. H. Phillips has returned to  Cranbrook for ajfew.days but hopes to  get back quickly in 0*der ~ to finish  planting on hie eon,  Speery's ranch.  Premier Oliver paid Lister an official  visit on Saturday last' but owing to  the muddy condition of the roads -was  rtnnble to complete his schedule of  seeing a number of settlers' places in  the various lines of agriculture taken  to here.  vs.-  this week, and will occupy the Oatway  residence for the present.  Wild sfriawberries are lalready in  bloom whilst there is abundant promise of a riiomster crop of dandelions  this year.  More acreage than ever before is being set out to- strawberries this year*  with "Reed & Mather and K. Stewart  foremost in the good work.  Autoists are complaining of the need  of a culvert at the "goose neck'* in  order to take off the water at that  point and give the road a chance to  dry up. With this exception motoring is fine from Creston to Kuskanook.  Miss Kitty. Rosindate returned from  Vancouyer on Thursdav last where  she has resided since last fall.  up to 8000 Van St~n strawberry plants,  in good, healthy shape.   J. W. Van  "ess, Creston.  For Saxjs���������C.C.M. bicycle equal to  new, not   even   scratched,   cost   $55;  Matt. Hagen has been, busy hauling win   6e7?    for   *35'     A>   E-    Davies,  cnlvert material an^| .work   began   on-f������'I*sfc&Si  Jack Head has commenced work on  his new house and hopes to rush it to  eompetion as quickly as possible.  Sam Lazachuk has just about com  pieied his "house   building   and   witfe  little or no   assistance   has   put   upa  residence that does him credit.   -  Stewart 13vans,  who has.been help  ing   C. H. Phillips   in   tree   planting  operations,   is   now  lending   a   hand  with spring  work on  the John Bircfc|;  ranch*  W. 6. Littlejohn of Erickson was a  Sunday visitor with Mr. and Mrs;  Fred Powers.  Mrs. Roy Proctor of Cranbrook is a  visitor here at present, "with her hus  aQKRiS   ��������������� ESSe. "^j ������"���������<��������������� ������������(5   -tram   <ui>c    Ox     cue  work trains.  C. A. Cotterill, assistant general  superintendent, with his private car,  '.British Columbia, arrived here on  Saturday, and barged his car Sunday  eyening en route to Vancouver. Supt.  T. ft. Flett. and master mechanic Mc  Fadden of Cranbrook ~- accompanied  him from  Crowsnest to the Landing.  The work trains are certainiy  nutting in Ihe AH at the landing in  speedy style, but at that it is expected  to be almost June before the job is  finished.  Thursday morning:.-  6. W������ Taylor is now building a  chicken-house, and .expects to receiye,  very shortly* a consignment of about  200 baby chicks.        *.  Mrs. Datbom has now taken up her  residence in ber new house in the  block above Slingsby's.  .Quite a number uf^the dance crowd  took in the Banff orchestra dance in  Creston on Tuesday night.  Now that the piano" is clear of debt  the United Farmers social., committee  are devoting attention to raising funds  for the community hall, their initial  effort being a dance at the school on  Saturday night, which was fairly well  attended. '  The May meeting of the Presbyter  ian Ladies' Aid will   be   held   at   the  home of Mrs. M. J. Boyd at  3 o'clock *.   The ladies community club will have  Friday afternoon next. {its   flrst    entertainment  venture  on  June 4th,  when   they   are   having  a  There will be a barn dance at Camp  Three on Fridav night, and on Saturday night there will be a dance in  Lister school in aid  of the piano fund.  Jack Head, retiring president of  Lister Bachelors Club, is making arrangements for a moonlight dance in  his new house ^shortly* Asa orchestra  has, ** been secorled : and'" fu rtber an  nouncement will be .made shortly.r  * - 0-^.r~'-r"r?^~Zy^-~^^ZZ~^Lyj:. >>>?������i&3**vj  T~ * '"��������� ---"* *-/- - '?y~ ~0'0y~\PPy'' *..'-<���������.  Saturday evening saw a crowd of  the young folks cariying out a surprise  party on Miss Kitty Rosindale. Cards  and dancing were both in vogue and  an excellent supper %as served about  midnight, so a real "good time is reported by all present*.  Merle Olsen,,a couple of years ago  assistant at the C.P.R. depot, who is  now at Kingsgate, is spending the  week with Creston friends.  Mrs. Floyd Rodgers left on Wednesday for - Invermere, where she will  visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.  Heath, for a couple of weeks.  Murdock McLeod, the well-known  eyesight specialist, announces a vi&it  to Creston on Tuesday, May 1st, at  the Beattie-Oatway drugstore.  Fred Benham vwill possibly be a  contender for the B.C. championship  lightweight honors at the provincial  boxing tournament to be held in  Vancouver the latter part of May.  The baseball fraternity is reminded  of the reorganization -meeting of  Creston.   baseball    club   at   French's  Mr. and Mrs.' Fransen   were   weekend visitors wi thf ri ends in Cranbrook.  A dance will be held in Hunt's Hnli  on Saturday night ip aid of the base [barber shop on Tuesday   night    at  S  ball   clubl.   Creston fibiasic   has   been (o'clock.   Everybody interested please  B,  Foreman Sid McCabe was off  secured.  Parkin is back   from a  visit   with "friends   air  Miss  Hilda  , three   wee-xs*  Michel. '*'���������[[  Victor Carr is a temporary resident  at Duck Creek where- be is employed  at roadmaking operation* at present.  Jack Smith was here, from Kitchener last week, and has leased his ranch  for the year to his brother, Dick.  Jack will be at Kitchener all season he  expects*: .���������*-.-  ...  Mrs. C. 8, Hester is a visitor with  friends in Nelson at present.  F, Wi Ash*, is busy digging the  ditch for his irrigation pipe line to the  slough on Kootenay flats.  dtohiping operations are active on  the Gstekidorf and Tom Anderson  ranches, Vtt order to get the burning  completed before the first of May.  H. WeBt and family, who haye been  on the Rose & Watcher ranch for the  past three years, are moving ta town  GRAND THEATRE  Saturday, APRIL  28  HERBERT ti AWLIMSUN  in  work a few days this week with a bad  cold and mild sort of ilu.  Arthur Dibbin had the bad luck to  cut liis left hand Friday evening, and  Mr. Tuohey motored him to Creston  for medical treatment by Dr. Henderson, and he is now doing nicely.  There was quite a , rush of out of  toyrn .visitoss on .Sunday evening, no   clozenjcars snaking: the run  to KjirfcaaiifeoK on Sunday afternoon.  Provincial potice McLaren of Creston .was amongst* those making the  Kubkanook motor trip last Sabbath.   -  '^ Motorists report the road between  Duck-Creek and Sirdar iu fine shape,  bffofr-ons Creston to Duck Creek it-is,  in places, in need of Foreman Harris'  attention. The worst spot is at what  Is known as the ."devil's elbow." where  several cars have got stuck. A new  culvert would remedy  matters nicel v.  Mr. Mc Bridge, who until recently  was night operator here, but now  stationed at Canyon, was a -Sunday  visitor with Sirdar friends.  George Cam,h\, is home from the  prairie, for a few weeks' visit with his  parents here.  !       *" '' ' '  S. Pascuasso is the first to dine off  1023 grown radishes and onions. They  are daily features on the Pascuzzo  household menu since Saturday.  Mrs. NL. G. Jones of Kumkanook is  spending a few days with friends in  Nelson.  Harry Hughes took delivery on  Monday, of a new Peterbora boat  which in the class of the local fleet of  water navigation craft.  C.P.R.   Supt.   Flett   was a  Sirdar  v it itor on Monday,  spending the time  watching fill operations here and stop  ping at Canyon to see the steam shovel in operation. ~  B. W, Payne of Creston is here  building a commodious sleeping porch  on to the Geo. Cam residence. When  the addition is complete it will add  much to tho comfort of the Cam ho use.  Mr. Langlois has" the carpenters  busy enlarging his store, and will  utilize 'the increased space for an ice  cream parlor.   .  Mr. and Mrs. Fiank Staples and  Miss Green of Brickson .were Snnday  visitors with Mr. McKowan at the  Sash & Door Company*  B. lohnson 'has*Just returned from  St. Louis,' Mo., leaying Ellen Andeen  in the McLean  Hospital in that city.  turnout.  .Mrs. (Rev.) MacKay of Cranbrook  was a visitor with Mrs.. James on  Wednesday and Thursday, delivering  an address at the" meeting of the  W.M.S. at the manse on the former  afternoon.  There will be a showing of picture^  at the Grand on Saturday night, when'  the   well-known    flint   star.   Herbert  .Rawlinson, will be seen in the *'Black  1 j Bag."   The   comedy1; is   also a  great  '*���������       l.nirl  social and concert in aid of their new  hall.  . Most of the yonng people of this  section were at the Samuelson home  on Friday night last for a party in  honor of Master Arvid's sixteenth  birthday. Various amusements"were  indulged sn -+~-%~ an. excellent supper  served, making the affair one of the  most enjoyable in the annals of juvenile life in Canyon.  A young daughter of Mr. and Mrs.  Gartland was rather badly burned  about the legs and hands on Thursday  last, when the youngster accidentally  fell partially into a pot of lye.  The first forest fixe of the season is  raging on the Winlaw limit and one  day |ast week volunteer fire fighters  had tp be summoned to keep it from  Teaching the Hickey place, the blaze  having worked up from the back of  tbe ranch.  Excessive heat front the lamp in the  brooder used for chicken batching by  Dad Browell caused the loss of at  least 200 young chicks on Saturday, .as  well as destroying the brooder. Mr.  Browell. was so late in discovering the  mishap that he was able to rescue only  about &������ of a big hatch of purebred  Leghorns.  where -she   will Hake  treatment  for  foa^e fUitt!he*:tji������^i^v^t _.y.r-.r.yr ZZr-.  N. Devlin lias nrtoved in^Co; his new  store and is. busy" no*w gettingfsettled.  He bas sold the old store bonding to  Dong Barneys of Greston, who is to  "use it for a laundry, restaurant and  rooming house.  2. McGonegal came back from Ores  ten on Thursday, driving a 1923 model  Ford.car, which he purchased from  the Staples garage. ^This Ss the second  Ford to be ���������*. purchased by Kitchenei  people this year.  Local and Personal  Monday is the last day for making  your Dominion income tax returns.  Mr.McLiiiS of fche high school teach*  Ing-staff. Cranbrook, was week-end  guest of his sister. Mra W. J. Truscott.  Sam Whit taker, who is now on the  despatching staff at Crowsnest, is  spending the week with friends in  Creaton.  Make me an offer for any quantity  laugh producer.  is   aiso a  ���������"Daddv Lions."  e.-Manager prawford- qf^the <S?est6tt  Telephone ^Company this' 'weefir^-an^  nonnces that ph June tsfc,a-reduction  of 75c. per month will-be made on-  residential telephones where "the  monthly rate is paid before the 10th of  each month.  a Universal Special  Attraction-  DANDY LIONS  Two Reels of Thrills  and Uon Fun  CONTRACT to HAUL TIES  Wanted to let contract, by piece  or tnousand feet, to haul the Ties  'irom nry satom:!! <tnb> the cars' at  WinJet.   J.B.WINLAW-  REGULAU PRICES  The contract has just been let for  a $80,000 addition to the Central school  at Fernie.  The Ross-Saskatoon lumber company mill at Waldo Is not expectod to  operate thia year.  Cinnbrook has n couple more organisations. A clef club and parent-  toacheru' association.  Grunri Forks tax Tuto this year will  be 88 millfl. The town requiaea $29,000  for school"purposes alone.  FeroSe's tax rate tbis year will bo 40  mlllw., w.rifl of Miiq nlmnmt, $>B millfl vjitt  bo required for school purposes.  Rebate on  ResiileiioeTsBepliOHes  To paid-up Subscribers, commencing ht June, 1923, o rebate  of75 Cents per Month wiii'he  allowed on Residential 'Phones  paid by the tOth of the following  month.  Creaton Power, Light &  Telephone Company  Limited  ���������BBffri^"MM,lll''**'MM  Inspector Dunwoody of the provincial police in Kootenay. was a visitor.  here from Fernie at the end\of the  week, ih conference with Mr. McLaren  before going to the coast for a conference of police chiefs at which it is  likely the whole provincial force will  be reorganized.  Mrs. Shirley MacDonald. who left  for her home at Summerland on Saturday, was guest at a tea in her honor  at the home of Mrs. S. A. Speers on  Thursday, when a hoft at friends had  opportunity to renew acquaintance  with the guest an welt as enjoy an  afternoon of splendid hospitality.  Distriot Engineer Wm. Ramsay of  Nelson, in company with J.D.Moore  of KhhIo, was here on an official visit  on Wednesday. Mr. Ramsay has not  as yet been authorized to call for  tenders for the new road into Kitchener and the Arrow Creek road diver*  sion, but he Is very confident the work  will be done this year.   .  bargains in horses were in evidence  at the chattel mortgage sale of seven  head of homes at the Andy Anderson  ranch on Saturday afternoon. The  animals were part of the outfit of the  Strome ranchers who pulled out from  here two weeks ago for AUsburg.  Wash., the seizure being made at  Porthiil on instructions from the  Strome, Alta,, branch of the Bank of  Montreal. The seven head, along with  a wagon* realized about 9800, BL 8.  McCreath fettling two likely lookiug  mnres In foal for somewhat less than  $100.  Archbishop Casey of Vancouyer'  head of the Woman Catholic Church  on the B.C. mainland, wan a visitor to  CroBton on Tuesday, holding service  in Holy CrosB Church In the evening  at which twenty-six candidates received the apostolic rite of confirm*  ation. On Wednesday morning  another service was held at which  sixteen children from the local Indian  mission were also received into the  church. There was a very large  turnout at the Tuesday night sei vice  ~t.t,t\    mil   thnrmicrhlv    nwvwfrelwtWI   ~3tt.  I ~4 0 0   t. .  I masterly address of the archbishop.  A deputation consisting   of   Messrs.  Bateman, Knctt, Young and Nougier  waited on Premier Oliver at tbe school  on Saturday and with tbe aid of the  R B\ JStapl^OldsBdobil** .the premier  was*motored  over the   present- road  Into' Calgary Heights with a view to  showing him the excessive grade that  liad to. be negotiated. *. The visitor was  impressed that the road   was... almost  unusable and asked that a sketch map  .be. sent him eo he could take the matter np diiect with the minister of public works on bis  return   to  Victoria.  Mrs. Leslie^ Mclnnes   who  happened  along with a camera secured a group  photo of the crowd,   which   included  Messrs. Staples, Hayes and Putnam  'who were accompanying Mr. Oliver,  and with the real Oliverian gallantry  the B.C.  premier insisted on having  his photo taken  with Mrs  Mclnnes.  If both films turn out well a notable  addition will be made to the Mclnnes  collection.  Heavy  Corrugated  GARDEN  HOSE  while it lasts  14k  per foot  Creston Fruit Growers  VI! BUS! y  1 SmSUtfi  ILilltftHIJ THE    REVIEW,    CRESTON,.- B.    C.  ���������!,(?  HouseKold Hints  Valuable  Recipca    For  -  I-Jousejvlfo '  tho    Busy  "���������-������,  in a  <*-*"*>���������  at in any homes isi Western  Canada RED ROSE TEA has lieen th������  Only tea used  for over 20 years.  ~~t~~ms~~~&  e lobacco dt l^ualiby  i  and  in packages  OH  The Arctic Ocean is f--.--.u-tl by fc-eien-  tists to be_ getting appreciably  ���������warmer.  MOTHER! MOVE  HILD'S BOWELS  Univsrsity Report  During the present term there are  j 1.2S3 students registered at the Uni-  j versify ol' Alberta, according to the  ��������� annual report of that institution. OC  i i.hese '-tot. are first year students, .2*<*f5  i second year students, 20S in the third  ; ye"ai* and "101'in the I'ourtli year, with  i 6S graduates. The remainder includes  I J23   corresponding   students,   71   sum-j  Oatmeal and Raisin Cookies  H.% cups rolled oats, 1 egg. -  l>-~  cup. butter or. shortening.  1 cup sugar, %;  teaspoou cinnamon..  Vis teaspoon cloves, "*>���������>  teaspoon allspice.       .   .     y?,i~-r,  2 teaspoons "baking powder.  % cup chopped Sun-Maid raisins.  ���������Va. cup milk.  Put rolled oats through food chopper. Creiun butter. Add sugar, well  beaten egg, raisins and rolled oats.  Mix thoroughly. Sift flour*, baking  powder, salt and spices together and  add to egg mixture alternate^ -with  the milk. 7Drop from, teaspoon on  ���������greased pan an3 bake in moderate  oven 15 or 20 minutes. % cxrp chopped nuts may be added -with"the raisins if desired. This makes about 30  cookies.  Brambles  1 cup sugar, juice of .1 lemon.  1 cup*chopped Sun-Maid raisins.  Make enough ice crust for one pie  and     cut    as    foi* "cookies.       Mix the  sug:u\    chopped    raisins    and . lemon  juice together.      Add a little flour If  too juicy.       Place  a  teaspoon of the  mixture   ou  each  round  of crust  and  fold over like turnovers.  Pinch edges  down   to   prevent, juice   from   stewing  out.      Place in shallow tins and bake  until brown.  Killed  By Blood  Poison  -v  Used old razor for paring his corns.  Foolish because 25c buys a bottle'of  Putnam's Painless Corn Extractor  Avhicli for fifty years has been removing corns and warts without pain. No  failure if you use "Putnam's". "Refuse  a substitute, 25c everywhere.  "California  Fig Syrup"   Js  Child's Best Laxative  I mer session students. 59 special stu- !  I dents, 1.0- public health nurses and 0  \ 1>. 3). students. There are 6(������6 stu-  i dents in arts and sciences, SI in ap-  ! plied science, 223 in medicine, 1-U*" in  j law. 102 in. agriculture and -L-l in phar-  m.icy.  Doctors   Plan   "Black   List"  Doctors   iu   "London   are   suggesting.  i a     "black     list"   of   patients   who   go  ] from one medical man to another in-  j stead of paying their bills.  WINTER HARD ON BABY  Tlie winter season is a hard one on  i the baby.      He is more or less confi.ii-  ! ed t.o stuffy, badly ventilated rooms, lt  | is  so   often   stormy   that   the   mother  : does not get him out in the fresh air  j as often as she should.      He  catches  J colds   which   rack   his   little   system;  j his   stomach   and   bowels   get   out   of  order and he    becomes    peevish    and  cross.       To  guard  against     this     the  mother  should  keep* a box   of Baby's  Own    Tablets    in   the    house.      They  regulate  the stomach and bowels and  break   up   colds.       They   are   sold   by  \ medicine dealers  or by    mail    at    25  from   The   Dr.   Williams  Brockville, Ont.  Relieved after Nine  Years of Suffering Wi^\i  Power  From. Sun's  Rays  New York Colleg-e Graduate Demonstrates   Miniature  Engine  A miniature engine, whose power  was generated by the sun's rays, was  successfully demonstrated in the laboratory of the college of the city of  New York by Bernard Grossman, a  graduate.  A parabolic copper mirror caught  and focussed the rays upon a test  tube of water, the heat causing steam,  which in turn operated the tiny motor  at a high rate of speed.  Grossman said his invention could  be vised in office buildings to provide-light, heat" and power, while the  sun-motor could be utilized to operate  mbtor trucks. He will build a larger  model to prove his theory.  Paper Tires  Automobile tires made of paper arc  being tried in Europe. It is reported  that the new tires haA-e the elasticity  of rubber, while they.are.as strong aa  if made of metal.  CATARRHAL DEAFNESS  is greatly relieved "by nonstituLional treatment.        HALL'S   CAT AUK 1*1   MK.DlCIN.Ii3  is a -'constitutional     remedy.       Catarrhal  Deafness  is   caused   by   an   inflamed   condition of thc mucous lining of the "Eustachian* Tube.       "When  tills tube is inflamed  you  have  a  rumblutjj  .sound  or Imperfect;  hearing*,    ancl    when    it is entirely closed.  Deafness is the result.       Unless    tho    In.-  tion  can  be  reduced,  your hearing  destroyed  forever.     HALL'SCA-  H   MEDICINE   acts     through      the  ��������� blood, on the mucous surfaces of the sya-  Manitoba  Man  Finds Secret of  Health i tern,  thus reducing tho imiaimhatiouTaiia  assisting Mature in restoring normal coa-  3S&*3  After Every Meal  in Dodd's Kidney Pills  i cen I s   a   box  (���������Medicine Co..  l\\ m m cross, sick ;  ~ uity " tasl������������ ot ���������'Call- '  ar.d ii n<vv������>r fails Lo  A tc:is;ici<tn!'ul to-  a sic'; child tomor-  *<-"t\. bilious. Ii-vrish,  -.-.''��������� ���������?.). La-; coii! colic, or il stomach  ':���������: ;'<v.i! . "ij???:.- ccu-d. brcaih bail, re-  . .r*;v.--...������������������:��������� ,. ������������������..,,,; , : ,*��������� ������������������ n - j ni; ol" the lilt, la  r.'v;*.i*;-' ;.-��������� -:j''--:i ;ti!  tii:tt   is necessary.  A.-'.c : oui ii;"ivin ��������� ��������� ;nr jjonuln* "Culi-  ���������i-r-t'j.-.i Fl:- -'������������������:��������� ii ;������" vluch Iwis dii-t-cUons  : or bithic ;-!*n! c'libir^ri of all uses  y: -1 ri ".*=-������ 1 on buiilt**-. .\*nt h*i*! You  rr:)'-.'* jn-. "('��������������� thorn:.���������" or you may Rt.i  a:.  i*tf'i ;i* 'um i*j.l ?j. :*i:p.  'I'i io;i!   en. i  ���������\ I ii������       ( 1111 i r������ ���������  r.o!.-- : im il In"  on:   i]c<'\ i-i'?   i Iiii i    ���������*. ny\i)\*t  iL"       ft !'i*I yr?-:    i in    il    I <���������' Olil  SCVI'I*!)'   iil'lJllMllC'l.  Increase In Building  Figures recently issued by 1he Canadian (iovc-rnment Bureau of Statistics  show that building- permits to the  value of $:;!.,705,���������J."'*; were issued "In Canada during January, ot! this year, an  ���������increase of $772,221 compared with  January. :i!i22, or 2(5 per cent. IL is  expected that there will be Rreat ac-  liviiy in the building Ira des through-  out   Canada durln-ic the present year.  , Minard's Liniment used by Physicians  Anyway, the average woman knows  about   as  much  about  things  polilica'l  as  iii*��������� average man  knows about car-  \ ing for a baby.  Tlie   antelope,   swil'lest.   of   unlnmN,  I can  do 1.12 niilo.s an  hour a I top spoiMl.  Mr.  P.   R.  Boissino wants  Everyone to  Know    what    Benefit    he    Received  from  Dodd's Kidney Pills.  La Broquerie, Man.���������(Special).���������  "Hefore tal-ring. "Dodd's Kidney PiLls I  was not able to work or sleep and  now I am completely relieved oC my  kidney 1 rouble." These are the words  ol" Mr. P. It. Boissino, well-known and  highly respected here.  "I have suffered for nine years and  1ried all kinds of .remedies. It was  Dodd's Kidney Pills that restored me  to good heal Hi. I am now able to get  about on the farm, have a good appetite and'sleep well."  Dodd's Kidney Pills sl.rengfhen the  kidneys and puL them in shape to do  their full work ol" straining the iin-  purities out of the blood! With pure  blood there is good health all oyer the  body.  if you have not used Dodd's Kidney  Pills for kidney trouble ask your  neighbors about  them.  di tions.  Circulars free.        All   "Dru^-frists.  F.  J.   Cheney  & Co....Toledo.  Ohio.  Flour    Mills   Cannot   Supply    Demand  Large, export orders of flour are being received by the Medicine Hat milling companies from the Orient and  the United Kingdom, to which markets large shipments have been made  during the past few months. All mills  are running to capacity, and practically ail report that they are unable to  supply the demands for low grade  flours.  Chcw^ your food  well, tii en use  WRIGLEY'S t������  aid digestion.  II also Keeps  iiie teeiii clean,  breath sweet,  appetite keen.  The Great Canadian  Sweetmeat  A ton of water from the Atlantic,  evaporated, yields SI pounds of salt;  a ton oC Pacific water, 79 pounds; a  ton of Dead Sea water, 1ST pounds.  FOR *  BETTER  DIGESTION  "My Hands Trembled  and I Could Mot Sleep  Mr. Tl-iomaa Honey, Bran tf ord,  QjiSL, wi-ite������:���������  "When I began taking Dr.  Chafe's Nerve Food, ] was so  fii*nous lh*t when I picker! up  ������ riip of tea my hand would  trrmhlr like ~ leaf. I could  ui.: Z.'ro .st\\, could not re-  member thingi, and ther** vvrrr  neuralgic paini through my.body.  After taking seven boxr* of Dr.  Chaie'i Nerve Rood, however, 1  urn  in perfect Jie*!lh."  ~nu. CHASE'S  NERVE  FOOO  r.ft I't-t.l* it. !������-<������������, (til i.iMslrri nr  Kilmaiwini,  flxlr. A-  ft,., Ltd.,   I'-urmti-tn,  Quadruple   Pay  for  Sunday  According to the laws of Australia  a man who is required to work on  Sunday must he paid four times his  daily Wiige.  A Power of its Own.���������Dr. Thomas'  ICeloolrhi Oil Iiuh a subtle power of ita  own. " All who have usorl.it Unow this  iind keep it hy thorn as I ho. most valuable iinimonl. avnilahlo, lis uses are  I tun un to ml) lo and for many years it lias  boon pri/.fMl as the loadinK linlm-ent for  man and beast,  UNLESS you see lhe name "Bayer" on tablets, you  are not getting Aspirin at all  Working  a Word  Hard  Frenchman       Visiting       Shipbuilding  Plant  in   States  W-ns   Puzzled  "Wo do  not. alwayn roali/.o how  fre-  qmr-nlly wo use ihe huiuo -sound lo ex-  M'obw r'nilrely (UiTorenl. inoanlriRH, The  puz'.'.leii  Froncliiniiii who with  malting  a visit, to .i   Yiinliee shipbuilding plant;  I'onll/.ed  it, however,      J (e saw a man  woiidiw' ut a  piece of limber ami n.slc-  ������*il Lii iii whnt  be was making.  "A yard." was Ihe laconic reply.  "I.s li   nonrlj   linlsbodV" the Frencli-  ( ini-iii  iiskod.  |     f'MI bul   a   \.������rd."    said     lh^    work-  .   IIIUII.  j      "^Vherc do  you *>���������*������������������'������������������   y<'"iir Ulilber?"  ������������������J''r<nii ilu' yard."  Tlieroupim   tbe   l-'rencbnian   Knvf.  lip  In ili"|ialr.    Vicith'ti I'oiiipanlun.  t  Miiiard's  04.  Liniment  ��������� i~  for    sal������    every.  Accept  only an  "unbroken  package" of  "Bayer Tablets of  Aspirin,"  which contains directions and dose worked oui by  physicians during 2 2 ycars and proved safe hy  millions fox  Colds Headache Rheumatism  Toothache Neuralgia Neuritis  Haruche  Lumbago  Pain, Pain  Hnnily ''I^iiyor" hove-* nf 12 tabic Is��������� Also botUcH **i 21 und 100���������l*Jriiff(|l������li,  ������������it.1-*lii   In  i*1������n  irnfin r^~*'\t    ( r* rt������f������ r������i1   I** ftniilml   rtt 'Hmv+r  M H nt if ������������������������! or*  *i>f  lUonrt-  ������.Kilim������ lilfKlni-������f H������!li*.vtl(-Bi**-<������."  Wli1li������ ll  I* vnU known ili������t   A������iilrm  ii������*hii������  lti������y*c  niili.||n MCatiiNt   IriiltnUoiid.  I )m "V~ lili'ti* (if  II* J'*r C'iin������|������������ax  %V.    X.    V.    1-IG3  in ������ uiif������i*l iii ������,  in iiNxiit   llm  ������!il   |i>   niHfiu.ril   it Ith   thr!  i fa  X.0iii-r*.\   trail  tt  murk,   th������  "IKayrr  i.'r-������m������,"  mm i*  /*&-  u****  THE    REVIEW,    CRESTON,-  B,    C.  Carbonizing Experiments  Lignite Utilization Plant  Promise Of Success  \jive  WESTERN   EDITORS  -:- '���������;������������������ . '���������*.:--���������' -o  There is every reason foi- "believing,  that carbonizing experiments Avhich  have been'''carried'-'on for some time  past at the lignite utilization plant at  Bienfait, Sask,, Avill-solve'the carbonization problem, according to a report  o.f the lignite Utilisation Board submitted at a conference oC representatives or the Dominion, Saskatchewan  and Manitoba"* Governments held here.  It was stated tliat the form of carbonization being tested at the plant  had been tried out in the United  States with good results. Certain  modifications had to be made in the  case of the Bienfait plant, because of  soniev.hat different conditions, but the  results sa'far, if wa.s pointed out, -were  encouraging.      When the  Average Value of Farm Land  Comparative  Values of   Lands for tHe  Different  Provinces  The average  value of  the  occupied  farm lands of Canada, which includes  ���������both improved   and unimproved  land,  together with dwelling houses, -barrilb, '  stables   and "other   farm   buildings,, is .  returned as $-14 per acre, as compared >  with  $40  in   1921,  $<lS'iri  1920,  $J6^in !  liny,  ?-11  in  1913,  $3S in  1������.17;- $36 in1  l!rif> and $35 in  1915.      IJy provinces. |  the -value for 1922 is highest 'in'."Brit   i  i Ontario,  experiments , .vpy(l  are finally completed, another confer- j  ence will   be  called  and  progress re- | Saskatchewan,  -$2S;  ported.      Meantime, no move.on a big  The  scale    v,;ill    be   ���������recommended.  board's report was adopted".  Premier John Bracken and J. M  Leamy, member of the board, repre- ;  sen ted'- "Manitoba; Charles Cams-elf, !  Deputy Minister of '-���������Mines,: tins, Do* j  -minion Government. and Leslie j  Thompson,' Secretary * of the* Board. !���������  the Saskatchewan-Government. j  It was announced by Hon. Charles !  Stewart. Minister of Mines, in the  Federal" House, tliat should the new  progress prove successful, the Government would consider establishing  plants  in different parts of Canada.  ish Columbia, viz., $120.      In the othei  i provinces, the. average ^values of farm  i lands per acre are reported as follows:  $6-1.;   Quebec, .$58;  Prince Ed-'  Island,   $15;   Nova- Scotia,   $3-1;  New Brunswick and    Manitoba.,    $32;-  and Alberta, $31.  j The average values in 1922 of or-  ! chards and- fruit lands, including  j buildings, etc., in the fruit growing  | districts of Nova Scotia. Ontario and'!  j British Columbia are estimated as'foi-  j lows: Nova Scotia; $93 *; Ontario, ? 127;  j British Columbia, 5320.      -  Study Of Noxious Weeds  By   All   Seliool Gliildren  Is Strongly Recommended  o-  iti.s not difficult to agree with a remark in a bulletin on "Weeds and  Weed Seeds," for which the Dominion  Seed   Branch   is   responsible,   that   no  Manitoba Dairy Production  Dairy  Products    to    Valus.   of    Over  TUrelye   Million   Dollars   Produced  subject in agriculture is better adapt-] Last Year  ed for presentation to school children] .Dairy products to the value ot ������12,-  th'an IlLe study or seeds. The collec-1 -134,223. were��������� produce-d in the province  tion, identification and study of seeds jof Manitoba during tlie past year, ac-  gives scope for tbe training of a wide i cording to the annual report of the  range of faculties, and the ^ptrinsic ] Dairy Commissioner. ^The production'  value.of the information so derived is-: of creamery' butter, reported by 14  of use in after lric. The seeds or! ! creameries, amounted to 10,559,601,  weeds constitute one division, and in"'J> whieh is 5,009,196 pounds more than in  ���������this coiniaction a collection ot weed ! 1921,^m increase of 23.5 per cent., and  seeds for" illusUation purposes is most ji the selling price was $3,*69o,S60.      The  Refreshes JP&ary Eyes  "When Your Eyes feci Dull  ������n������i Heavy, use -Aluriric' It In.-'  ���������tan dy RelicvcbshatTiretl Feci ing  ���������Mokes them. Clear. Bright and  Sparktijij;. HrcrmEess. Sold and  Recommended by All Druggists. ���������  Export Butter Trade  A large butler export trade was carried on by the "Manitoba creameries in  192*2. A total of 115 cars, representing ^2,556,120 pounds of butter, value  ?.S91,G12, were shipped from the province. Shipments were made to -Great  Britain, Pacific Coast, Montreal, Toronto, New .Yoiic, Chicago and Philadelphia. ' ��������� '  Bats,     to     avoid   collision   with   ob-  ?o������>W*������VES   ~^~~_^~~~3~S~~~t  stacles when flying, emit a vibrating  note, inaudible to .human ears, .which  reacts on ineeting an obstruction,  warning the bat i.o turn out. ,   ���������  u. \v. I'-reciricKs, i.-;unor oi J ne Record,  Peace River, Alta.  Heals Inflamed Nostrils,  Stops Catarrhal Discharge-  Relieves Colds Quickly  You'll be pleasantly surprised at the  quick action Catarrhozone lias upon  Catarrhal conditions in tho nose or  throat. lt. is so soothing, so healing,  so agreeable to use, so  able that thousands praise it and use |  at every day. No nasty medicine to  itake���������you just breathe in the balsamic  vapor, the healing essences of Catarrhozone and feci better at once. Catarrhozone is breathed through the inhaler info every air cell in the lungs,  into every air passage in the throat  and nostrils. Ko matter where the  cold or Catarrh is, Catarrhozone will  reach jt. "Vou can keen free from  eoughs, colds, bronchitis and the like  by xising Catarrhozone. Two months'  treatment One Dollar, small size 5pc.  , "dealers everywhere, or the Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.  important. '..'Unfortunately, as the  pamphlet referred to further jJbints  out, it is not difficult to make a fairly  large and representative collection of  weed see^ds hi almost any district in  Canada. ( There are a number of  weeds that occur    practically    every  where.  ms  ei  are  limited  On  th<  -1*    iSUiiii,    ii  iZZ-r- .���������  quamitv and value of some of the  other more important products, were  as follows: Cheese, 225.000 lbs., value  S37.GS7; milk, lS*>,577���������-i06 lbs., $4,039,-  435; ice cream. -130,147 gals., ������623,7-13;  sweet cream, 3,54G,27S butter fat lbs*.,  > ������1,418,511.  great i ���������*���������  I  any    are    associated   .with    certain |   T"  *ops, or Avith certain types of soil, or! A  to   particular   sections- of  tlie country.      One of the Ave ed seeds f  Children Cry far Fletcher's  A New Make of Cheese -a  Anion  ^  A    Product   of    First   Quality  Ful I-Flavored Cheeses  At the Central'Experimental Farm,  Ottawa, alter a great deal of experimental work, a new cheese has been  with which  every     child    should     be  made  acquainted, is "Lamb's  Quarter.  safe and reli- J Thisr Areed occurs throughout Canada!  in    gardens    as    Avell as in cultiA'ated  fields.     Another common kind is Wild  Buckwhejyt, a weed that is general in j  cereal crops. ."��������� A third is Wild Oats,  a. noxious AA-eed    that is    similar    ins  shape to the, cultivated oat but can be  easily      distinguished      from      it.     A  fourth is Wild Mustard, which is the ]  commonest  and  one   of  the   most   injurious  weeds  belonging to the  Mustard faifijly', of which the well knoAvn  varieties are lTare1s. Ear "Mustard and  Tumbling     Mustard,    and     two     less  known,    Indian    Mustard    and    Black  Mustard.      All these and more than a  hundred   other   weeds   are   described  and     illustrated,     and     methods     of  eradication in tlie bulletin referred to.  nZEM  IASH on  There  are  45,000  mental   defectl\-es  in "New York State.  .  Fletcher's Castoria is strictly a remedy for Infants and Children-  Foods are specially prepared for babies. A baby's medicine  is even more essential for Eaby. Remedies primarily prepared  for grown-ups are not interchangeable. It was the need of  a remedy for the common ailments ofV Infants and Children  , that brought Castoria before the public after years of research,  and no claim has been made for it that its use for over 3������  years has not proven.  What  is   CASTORIA?  Castoria is a harmless substitute for Car.tor Oil, Paregoric,  Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant, lt contains  neither Opium, Morphine nor oth<**r 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 Feverishncss arising  therefrom j 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.  -jBENUINE   CASTORIA   ALWAYS  7  Bears the Si&nature of  {originated. It is termed. Meilleur  ! cheese, being named after the cjairy-  J man. at the farm���������Joseph Meilleur.  While the process oE'manufacture cannot as yet be considered to 'have been  perfected, states a 'pamphlet just issued describing the methods of ma"kr  ing, the nature, and tlio qualities oi'  jhe new cheese, the results that haATe  been obtained indicate a product of  the first quality among lull-ilavo'red  cheeses. Tbe pamphlet describes' the  cheese as presenting, Avhen properly  ripened, an attractive bright yellow  color and possessing a fine texture.  It is more open than Cheddar, resem-  I bling to some extent the Em men tha lev  ' or "SavLss-ItoIo" cheese. The characteristic odor and fkiA'or, Avhilg being  more or less pronounced, are not sufficiently marked to be objectionable,  differing materially in tbis respect  from Hie great majority of-cheeses of  this class. It is considered that Avhen  conditions ami circumstances arc favorable,* tlie manufacture of milk inlo  Melllour cheese Avill prove profitable.  Fingers Cracked. Lost  Sleep. Cuticura Heals.  "Eczema "began with a rash on  my hands and I could not put nay  hands in water. It grew worse every  day and nry hands and fingers all  cracked -which made thera- covered  with eruptions. I lost sleep with the  itching.'    .  ' '��������� .-.*.������������������  "The trouble Izfeted three months  before T heard of Cuticura Soap euid  Ointment, and after using three  cakes of Cuticura Soap and two and  a half boxes of Cuticura Ointment  the eczema waa healed." (Signed)  Miss Eva E. Belliveau, 333 Highfield  St., Moncton, New Brunswick.  For every purpose of the toilet and  bath' Ctiticura Soap, Ointment and.  Talcum are "wonderfully good.  S&xsplt E������ci. "Free b*r 1������������U. Ari<2re*s:" Ly oatfi������, tta-  '_*-&, 3*4 Bt-P*������l Efc. W,3IontnB������i.M   Sold evexr-  Trtrt. Soap 25c. Ointment 25 toiA 69c. 'Ealctun ZSc  B3EH������   Cuticura Soap shaves -without mCLS.  In Use For Over 30 Years  THE CENTAUH  COMPANY, NBW VOWK  CITV "  ~~~~^~~^~~~~m~mtw~wm  Commission   Will  ���������Seed   Grain  Not  Operate  Handled   This  makes n crowding sauce  for Blanc Mange and  Baked Apples and  Puddings,  It i.s; a pure nnd  wholesome sweet  ��������� whether used  for tabic syrup*  sauce or candy-  making.  Not  to   be  Scnson  Hon. \Y. R. Molhrrwoll, Minister ol  ���������AKrieuMnrr*1, unnoxmood Hint th-oi I")o-  111 in ion CSovornnKMil: sctMl pur-chawing  <*onmils.s3on AAill mot o'i>crul.o in the  pnr-f.-li-i.'ihiK ;in<l di.sl rlbuHoii of hpoO  ��������� ^rsiln this your.  .Sinrio tlio o.staliltslmu-'nl of ih<������ hoo<1  i ])Ui-chasi3iA' ���������������<>!������ ni I Hsion uiul or 1ho Do-  tn-jlnion  R������*o<l   .Hr.-inch   fn   I'Hfj, Tor tlio  i inirnoso* ol" .supTilyhiK .secil Ki*:iin nt ui>-  j proximate  <*o:il   tr������   rnruvpi'M  Jn  lowill-  jllos   IiuaJiik  ei>iiijilo(.o  or  pai'tiul   crop  fnlluro, Hloiuly profjrpHH Iuih boon nisulo  In.   thi*   ilovoli>r������'ii*iiit   ol"   tlio   li'Milo   hi  ���������sliini.Uin'1 -K-riifloH ol! mpimI nniin, loaltinp;  In the ulliiiiiitc (llnooiiiluunnco or tho  operation of llii> ;*w������otl pm'uliiiHln-i-f .<-.*om-  mlHslon, al  loin-il  nn tt Hovorninonl or-  Kaul/alion.  ���������Send gxnlii will ho retiuirod Jn .some  xll.sli'R'lH of Northorn nntl Onlra.1 Al-  liortn HiF>' aoivi*, hut i. hi hr-Wf-xr-tl thin  oan hv ohtninoil loeally or throiiKh  ���������jn-ivalo cxnniiaiiio,s to um good or bettor  smlvanlaK-o ilw.ni through Hm soed jiuin  ���������cljasing commission.  Sec that you get "Grown 'Brand"  tin:  t-.s s- ������, n ���������������   -*.r v \i. ��������� 11   i -rx   - \ *, *,y*-���������*���������*,  Ami ninny a hihq'u r������c*o projudiraria  ������lua to hJ.s luiving bul: on th������ \v'ron������  "Ijorsr-.  I  vv." n.   it.   iun THE  CRESTON  BEVIEW  9Z  ���������fer'?.  ..is. ���������%���������������������������  ������������������&���������* i-i  -.U..i I  y '��������� ������������������  If |*  imy,  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription : $2.59-ayea* in advance*  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C. F. Hates, Editor and Owner,  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY .APRIL.27  Premier Discusses  B.C. Freight Rates  The largest crowd ever seen at a  between-elections mass   meeting in  Oreston was   in   evidence   at   the  Grand Theatre on Friday night, on  the occasion   of the appearance  of  Premier Oliver to discuss   with the  citizens the  freight rateb question  upon which he is waging war with  the   railway   companies before the  railway commission *s   well as the  federal parliamentary committee on  railway rates, hoping to   secure an  equalisation .of freight   rates   tlVaPt  will mean v������ry much to all hneS.01  industry ih the province.      On ihe  platform with the premier   was R.  B.    Staples,     who    presided,   and  Frank Putnam,   president   of   the  Valley Liberal Association.  Mr   Oliver devoted the   opening  half-hour of his address to a discus  sion   of   some   provincial   matters  notably     that    of     taxation,   the  government being so often accused  of   unnecessarily     burdening    the  -people with taxes.      Iu   this   connection the premier observed   that  if the most   careful   aerating   was  made of-the   present  day expenditures   arid comparison made   with  the years  previous  to 1916, after  due allowance was made  for  new  services fend the increased business  handled, it would be found that the  civil service   in   B.C.   today   was  actually . costing  25   per cent, less  than seven years ago. , /--.  -4fclr. Oliver mentioned that of  tbe total of $6,000,000 that was  collected* in taxation almost $4,000,  000 was required for the purposes  of education this year and the  balance was   hardly   sufficient   to  administer  the department of  the  provincial secretary.    Amongst the  new services inaugurated,   and one  no one would deny   the   value   of������  was the mothers   pensions,   which  last year called   for an amount   of  equal $1,000,000.    The premier also  thought it ��������� fair   to   observe   that  whilst considerable was being taken  from the people in taxes   considerable money was being returned the  municipalities in the   way of liquor  profits aud  a   share   of   the   auto  license fees.       -  Mr. Oliver who spoke for over  two hours covered the Canadian  Railway situation comprehensively,  his claim being that due to the fact  that British Columbia helped pay  the niillions of cash subsidy given  the C.P.R. at the time of construction along with millions of acres of  Children to Help  Keep B.C. Green  This is forest preservation week  all over the- North American .continent, with the effort in- British  Columbia in large measure directed  toward educating the children of  the schools as to the value of the  provincial forestry resources "and  the need for  increased vigilance in | fot.ant������,  Mr. Moore  neglect very   much   damage    was  done to young forest growth.  Mi*. Moore dwelt at some length  emphasing the absolute necessity of  forests and forest products in -maintaining a high standard of civilization stating that the decline of  China dated some 2000 yfears hack  when her forests became extinct,  and the economic deterioration in  Spain commenced .with . the entire  I disappearance   of    that   country's  Attention, Anglers!  a land grant from this   province, it  was absolutely unfair that any  railway company should charge  unjust rates to shippers in B.C. on  the plea that it cost more to build  and operate the railways in the  tnoiintsitis.  He   outlined   the   various   outstanding discriminations the people  of British Columbia and Alberta in  the  matter  of class freight rates,  showing that in shipments of feugar  and  coffee  the -west  were paying  from 30 t-o 87  per cent., fresh fruit  from 66 to   94 per cent.,   tea from  17 to 85  per cent., fresh   fish 22 to  109 per cent., lumber 15  to 88 per  cent, and on canned goods from 30  to 107 per cent higher  than those  in Eastern Canada.    These figures  had been arrived at by taking rates  ou the same commodities for equal  distances  iii   the  East and in the  West.    .  He gave as an outstanding illustration of the unfairness of the  present freight rates by pointing  out that the CrP.R and the C.N.B.  "will haul a 60,000 pound carload uf  rice, from Vancouver to Montreal  at the 8fttr.8 rate as they will haul  the same carload from Vancouver  to X������ethbridge.  ������������������;Mr. Oliver dealt at   some length  protecting  them from  destruction  by fire particularly.  The importance of saving the  forests wag very forcibly impressed upon the 250 pupils who attend  Creston high and public.schools on  Tuesday morning, when the scholars  -were addressed by Norman - Moore,  of Cranbrook, distriot forester for  East Kootenay, who in the course  of a fifteen minute talk pointed out  that 87 per cent, of the mature  timber destroyed in 1922 _was  entirely due to carelessness, while  due to the   same   almost   criminal  "1  CREA  PARLOR  OPENS SAT., APRIL 28  Don't forget that our Ice Cream Department is here to  serve you with the very best of  Ice Cold Drinks, Sundaes, Sodas, &c  Our Sanitary Vortex System will appeal to you.  So will our fast, quick service.  Our prices will also be found quite reasonable  and to compare with any.  EATTIE-OATWAY, Ltd.  TAKE TO THE OPEN ROAD  GSE22HS  These  are   wonderful motoring   days���������weather���������  ron.dR���������sc^T^ry��������������� wry thing that ronkew (motoring delightful i.s at its he.st. Fiflhin^ tripn. ptaniftH, week:-end  boors,���������anywhere you want to go i.s within reach when  yon own a Ford  wt^Jr     J~mL*     *****      JML JmL        ,mL,* i,i# J;i,.i-J fkm~mJl ^mt^aW  .HUM*"'      W te-������| uwwu ,^^^ _., .,     1       _���������   u  JT 1 JC/jnOVJ*! ^  mmk-mssmmtsmmi  ���������SSMjBB^iTO  with the reduced rates  secured on  westbound       freight     under     the  Crows Nest  agreement which was  suspended in 1*919 for  three years,  and for the renewal off  which the  prairie Progressive members fought  hard at the 1922 session at Ottawa.  Under  the old   arrangement  fruit  coming from the east  enjoyed a 50  per cent, lower freight charge than  that  accorded  fruit  going to  the  prairie from   B.C.,   and   on    other  commodities   similar   favors   -were  shown.      When   ths   matter   was  allowed   to  stand over with some  amendments  last July Mr.   Oliver  was successful in his effort to secure  a reduction   of 25 per  cent, on the  carrying charges eastward of fruit,  and grain.  Just what, that had meant to the  port'of Vancouver was shown by  the figures . that in 1921 some  6,000,000 bushels of; -g-ravri were  carried west, whilst for 1*022 over  17,000,000 bushels had been handled  at Vancouver. On investigation  he found that the increased grain  freight trade had meant almost-  steady employment to train crews  last winter that a year ago were  idle. * 7 ' , --,-  ���������  Refuting the charge that hiB present effort to secure equalized freight  rates was purely political in view  of the fact that a provincial election  was pending next year, Mr. Oliver  pointed cut that the present legis  lature.did not expire untiL November, 1925, and directed attention to  the fact that the freight rates fight  had now heen under way since  January, 1921.       "  Referring to the criticism directed at him by J>. C. Coleman, Vice  President of the C.P.R, Mr. Oliver  claimed, that tho Yellowhead Pass  was the original route   planned for  his railway, but   the   C.P.R,   had  passed up the natural   valtey-*oute  to build over the mountains in the  Kicking Horse  Pass.      The people  of British Columbia should  not be  made  to  pay for this tremendous  blunder   of   engineering   malls, by  that company.  Mr. Oliver conducted his address  with the observation that muoh  effort was being put forth at this  time to deepen the patriotism of  Canadians, but he held that suoh  an effort must fail so long as tho I  western part of Canada was so un-!  justly discriminated against in commercial matters,  The usual opportunity was given  to m\~ questions and after a.reference to taxation hy T. M. Edmondson and queries from R Or. A.  Hockley nwd F. H. Jaeknon a vote  of tha rile r was tendered tho premier  aud the mooting oloaod with ohoora  for the apeaker; along with the  national ������uithorn. For thc twenty  tmriiutce* preceding tho opening of  tht* muolimg Misa Phyllis Small  very a.Wy presided at tho piano and  her musical nunabera were very  n-pprncinta-u] by tho auciience.  contended   that   the  grown ups   seemed. more   or   less  hopeless   in     that   all    important  matter, hence the  decision to annually   bring   home   the'   necessary  truths to   the  younger generation.  Amongst    other . valuable   lessons  imparted in Mn Moore's  intensely  practical and interesting   talk- was  the observation that one tree would  make a million, matches,   but that  one match   would easily ��������� destroy a  million.; trees. 400 years  were   re-  qurfed to bringa forest to its prime,  but one match carelessly   dropped  would wipe out the same forest in  100 minutes..  Mr. Moore closed .his talk with  the. assertion:' "that Canada is a  democratic country; that we-cannot move-one step in advance of  public opinion; it is therefore essential, if forest protection is to  succeed, that it be made a personal  problem affecting you and I. If  our forests-are to be protected we  must have the wholehearted support of ' every man, woman and  child in Canada, so we are sending  out a Macedonian cry, come, over  and help us keep-B.C green."  Mr. Moore very much appreciates  the splendid attention* the pupils  gave him and js grateful to Prin-  ci pals Brousson and Smith for so  readily arranging the address ��������� to  such a splendid audience.  For the 1923 fishing season we  are offering two substantial  prizes to the fishermen who haye  the good fortune Hot to let the  biggest ones get away, and the  only regulations attached to the  contest are: 1. Fish must be  caught with tackle purchased at  this store, and, 2. The fish must  he presented at our store as taken  from water to be weighed and  measured so that an exact record  may he kept of all catehes. The  rewards ares  r-���������-���������������������.&  ran st  $13.00    Brookside Telescopic  Rod for heaviest trout.  Bait  SECOND  PRIZE ������������������-..-:-���������  $5.00 French Fishing  Basket' for  heaviest bass.  PrizeB awarded Nov. 15,1923.  { Mawson Brothers/  Ma MBpabeHg  -Shorn mnd Jfar-ness  Jfer  * Pianoforte, Organ and  Singing Lessons ;       ���������  '���������*" ������������������������������������&������ -������������������"'   -**<���������--<���������'-'-���������>-.-��������� ���������'���������������������������-���������*-'.���������-���������  ARTHUR COLLIS, Creston  P.O. B-x/6  Strawberry Plants For Sale  Van San Strawberry plante 88 per;  thousand.   H.  Brownrigg,   Erickson.  FRUIT  RANCH  FOR SALE  Ten acres of first, class orchard, with  plenty of water for irrigation. Apply  to owner, ALF. PALMER.   Erickson.  Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 2095  Meets THIRD THURSDAY of  .each . month at Mercantile  Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  BRIO OLSON W.M.  PRICES REDUCED at  DING  LAUNDRY  Creston's Oldest  and  Best Laundry*.  Washing 55c. to 65c. Dozen  Prompt iind careful attention  to al 1  work.     Laundry under new manager I  Land Settlement Board  TENDERS FOR  Tractors  Plows  Equipment  ��������� Sealed Tenders addressed "Tenders  for Purchase of Equipment" for the  undermentioned articles wiU be  received by the unclerfllgnnd up to an  Including 12 o'clock Moon on the 26th  day of April, 1028:  3 Cleveland Tractors.  1 ull steel breaking plow.  2 wood beam breaking plows.  2 heavy euui-ij rutjgea.  1 large gasoline storage* tank.  Tho above are on view ������t the  Board's Camp, Camp Lister-*, Creaton,  B.O.  Tho  highebt  or   anv   Tender  not  necefiBarllv accepted.  Terms���������Cash.  JAMES PATERSON  Purchasing  Agent  Vl&UirS-a,   CO,  Victoria. B.O���������  Aprii 0th, 1023,  Men's Half Soles, "'$1,125  Women's Half Soles,$1.00  Guaranteed for 6 months.  ' >;*     Spapsii ������f        ^  imi fttl ft@@Bd@���������ah  ..-. ' JM  touBudu So 85 an acre; second-class ts  '���������' 6s. 50 on acre  i.^* jPre-emption se������ eossned  to  .��������� yared lands only. -  ���������  .  --Records^wlSl be grantedcovering only  - ^ land suitable for agricultural purposes  vsJBd wMoh la non-tlmba* laaO.  Partnership pre-emptions afeolUhe-d,  --���������but parties of not /more than toxtr nay - -  ttgranga   tor.  aOJaesnt,  pre-emptlonB  ;;-wtui JQl*ot T*aldenc������i b������t wush nrralrhty  fs*Q*>&m~~f? teapruvvianaw Ou feipeetlv<������ -  '~'Z -P^-onnptorti srait ������<^py olalnifl for ^  flvo year* aad m~~~~~* Improv-araenta to  yfdue of 910 per acre. Iscludlns clear-  ������������������; -rasazid cultivation ������f at l^aatl aoaraa.  "7 before reoelvlngr Crown Grant.  - ���������' ifVhera pre>emptor ln ooirapattoo not  less than 8 years, and has made pro*  ppi^lonate lmprovementa. he may. bo-  ekuas of ill-health, or other cause, be  granted Intermediate certificate of Im-  i provement and transfer hla claim.  Records without permanent residence may ba issued, provided applicant makes improvements to extent of  . 1800 per annum and records same each.  year. Failure to make Improvements  or record same wilM operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained In  less than 5 years, and lmprovementa  of $10.00 per acre, inciudina; 6 acrea  cleared and cultivated, and residence  of at least Z yeara are required, a  Pre-emptor holding Crown Arrant  may record another pre-emption, If he  requires land In conjunction with his  f-arm. without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made  and residence maintained on Crown  rranted land. .   -.   .  Vnsurveyed areas, not exceeding 20  OS*8: ^^0?!^ 19*9* *f aomesUes*.  title to be obtained afterfuMUHne residential and improvement oondlUona.  SV>r araainv and Industrial pureoaea  areas exceedlnar ������*0 acres may be  leased by one person or oompany.  x,*5^ ******* "Mr IbdustriaJsltea oa  timber land not aBoeeOincr id acrea  may be purohaaed; condldons inclttde  payment of atumpam.  Sratuna hay meadow* inaccessible  by exlstlne* roads may ba purohaaed  condltioneTupon conatruotlon of a road  to them. ��������� Rebate of one-hair ^F coat of  road, not exoeedlns half of purehase  price, la made. -  PRK.tMPTOM-     PMK     OVtANTft  0 AOT,  ^~p~~~l'^~~T&������u&^&  from for one year from the death of  suoh nenfen, aa formerly,  until  one  year efter the coaduaSon of the present  war. This prlvHeae la oloo* made -*������-  troaotlve. ms.  emptlons reoonledjup^ Ke������M, fm.  TaateB are remitted fer Ave yearn  Provision for return "* * *"**"���������  orued, due and been  due  4, 1������U, on aooount  or taxes on  return AT moneara ac-  ������een paift atnoe Ausust  unt of payments, fees  ftrs' pre-emntloiiH.  CHOWN  Interest on aareementa to purchase  VS?n-<i3Lolt,r ������& JmH by membenTcS  listroent to March MX, !������*���������.  j������*'^H~t~.'~l.������'  .Provlalon   xnade   for   Issuance   ol  Crown ffranfa to  sub-purchasers    ������f  purchasers  who failed    to    ccmnlet*  Sui-cbsae. Involvlnc forfeiture, on ful-  Ument of oonflltlons of puro*Aaae, fn.  tereet and .tana.   Whsre suh>puronas-  era do not alfelna whale of orlarmal nar-  eel, iMirohase r������rtoe due and Caves toSJ���������  be   dlstributea   proportionately   ovev  Ssiirby'&y jm���������"* ���������*" ������  ttNAXINO.  **** &** J***, tor ayatamatla  opment of liveatock Industry pro-  1 for atraKlmr districts and ranae  Orasln*  4Uvelopm������  Tides for araklmr districts and ranae  administration under CoramlsMtoner.  Annual araalna permUe iaeued based  an numbers ranged: priority for estate  Hslied owners. Mtacti-ownero may  form Associations for range manna*.  ���������*���������������*������<!-������������, S������,*'*������, tstr !������mr������l������1ly trt*t*, n������r^vit������  for iiettUra. a&tnpers or travelloru. up  to tea head. ^ THE CBESTO^T  BEVIEW  bl  Premier Oliver  Has Busy Visit  Creston Board of Trade's initial  effort at entertaining distinguished  visitors at noonday lunch was an outstanding success, the affair on'Satur-  day at the Creston Hotel, at which  Premier Oliver was the guest attracting an exceptionally fine and repres.  entative attendance of both farmers  and business men, the viiners including Kenneth Campbell, H.P;PS8  Nelson, .who came this far to accompany the premier to Nelson; along  with H. tieigerich and D. P. Kane of  Kaslo, who were in town on bnsiaess  affairs. *  '/*������������������'-���������  President C. G. Bennett presided  at the head "of tiie table* with ,Mr.  Oliver and Mr. Campbell to his right,  and Col. Pied Lister, M.P.Pi," for the  Kaslo constituency, at his left. A  splendid luncheon menu was expeditiously served, and the tables, looked  their prettiest with boquets of daffodils  thickly placed about the tables.       *.  Having done ample  justice;  to   the  fairness and  Shoe Repairs  eatables President Bennett briefly  stated the pleasure it. gave the board  to entertain the premier in such  happy fashion, and after stating that  there were a number of representa-|  tions to make called upon *- Guy  Constable to present the case on  behalf of Kootenav Flats drainage.  After detailing the pleasure  it gave  him to address the   premier   in   such  informal fashion Mr. Constable briefly  but  quite   thoroughly   reviewed   the  whole   reclamation    situation.      B.C.  was   still, importing    twenty   million  worth of agricultural product***; portion  of    which    could    be    derived  irom  agricultural 'production on  the flats.  Mr. Constable  pointed   out   that   the  productivity of the area .was   beyond  question and  he could see no reason  why the accomplishment of drainage  would in any way effect navigation on;  the lake.    He strongly objected to any  concessions being given West Kootenay   Light .&'Power   Company   that  would increase the level   of the   lake  even the suggested two feet, as such a  rise in the water would prevent the  raising of the annual flats hay crop.  ; Dae to the international features of  drainage progress must   naturally   be  slow in coming to a final decision as to  feasibility   but   Mr. Constable   urged  the   premier   lo   see   to   it   that   the  excellent  efforts B.C. and Idaho had  made in the matter the past two.years  particularly should be maintained.  permit traffic on that highway getting"  into Canada via Creston.  :  I have now opened the  store   in. the   Postoffice  Block and am competent  and ready to do aii kinds  of leather repairs.  LINES, HARNESS and  HARNESS PARTS  out on short notice  See me for low quotations  on new Harness for  ,   Spring.  FRED  ErtabUttad 1915 ������the fifing Um  C. W.   Allan   in   discussing   trans  portation   matters    -opened   by   complimenting the premier oh- the excellent    consideration  ; that    had    been'  shown Cresjbon and the Brickson area  in the matter of providing hard surface  roads, which   were   very   thoroughly  appreciated by all.    Mr. Allan pointed  out that tbe completion of the road  diversion at   Wilds  Creek   now   left  onlv the Kitchener link of the trans-  provincial, high wav   uncompleted   between Kootenay Lake and the Alberta  boundary, and due  to -the Jact   that  the    poor   portion-   referred   to   was  driving tourist trade south via   Yahk  and Kingsgate he hoped work   would  be commenced this year on the desired  Kitchener road in order   to , keep   the  tourist traffic travelling  through B.C.  :via Creston, Nelson   and   west.      Mr.  Ali&n also  observed   that   there   was  every prospect of'thezIJ.S.   north and  south  highway   coming.. via   Porthiil  and in that case it would be desirable  to have   a   good   connecting   link   to  .    .4 .'.     -  ~m  .  Specialized Collection Service  Highly specialized service in collections is  rendered to clients tS^Si current accounts in  this Bank. Acceptances are obtained quickly  and   payments   prom transmitted, thus  facilitating the transaction of your "business.  MS  IrVIPERlAL   BANK  tiL W. ALLAN,  OF CANADA  GRESTON BRANCH,  Manager.  Major Mallandaine  was detailed  to  | present   several -other  matters,   and  before start'ng   his   remarks   in   this  connection took occassion to reassure  the Premier that in the- purchase of  the Lister area the, administration Jhad  made no   mistake   and   that  in   due  course it' would   be   found   that   tho  investment    -was    a   .profitable   one.  Maior Mallandaine,read a statement  showing the fruit - and   vegetable   as  well as forest   products export   trade  from Creston. Valley last year, point*  ing out that the fruit industry  would  bo helped by. the establishment - of an  evaporating plant, hoping that  when  the industries branch   of   the   service  was in a position to assist, an industry of this sorfc tiiat-Creston would hot-  be   fp^gotten, ���������-:? ? :���������; IRgnres 7 were,   also  produced   7"slfowing = - * the    revenues  collected by the local provincial police.  Major Mallandaine. maintaining that  the duties of the police were  now so  nuri>erous and exacting that it would  be well-to establish a- sub government  agent at Creston too take over some  of the police   duties   in   the   war   of  collect"! ng fees of one hort and another,  and   give   the   police    more   tike   to  attend to strictly police  work and the  enforcement of the-game laws.  Col.    Ipred   Lister,     M. P. P.,     very  briefly and   appropriately   introduced,  the premier in matting his reply to the  various      matters     brought    to    his  attention.    H*e very much appreciated  the commendation  of speakers as to  the hard surface road   work  and the  purchase  of  the Lister area.      As to  roads Mr.  Oliver   assured   that   were  funds available the .minister of public  works would be   very   glad   to   meet  more of the demands made upon him  for tiansportation facilities. However,  he had made careful note. of the road  requests made him and would certainly discuss them  with the  head of the  public    works    department.      As   to  Kootenav Flats drainage  he   assuxed  tha tit   was   a   project   that  he   had  never lost sight  of since looking the  project over in 1917 and in regard to  the power   company   application   for  permission to raise   the   level   of   the  lake   no    such   authority    would   be  given until  its possible effect on the  Kootenav Flats .reclamation had been  fully investigated.. K  Mr. Oliver briefly but  very cleverly  discussed the financial situation of the  * province, going   in   some   detail   into  the educational."feature   of   the   province's development   and "making   it  quite clear that the time had 'arrived  when the financial -burden   of - educse  tion could not be- safely  increased and  the school  svstem .would have   to be  readjusted in some  manner  to   keep  cost at its present level and yet   take  care of the ever increasing demand for  school   finance.     Mr.   Oliver  assured  that he knew just what  remedy   was  necessary Us  applv   to meet the situ  ation but in   education*,   as   in   many  other matters, it was a very difficult  matter to get the electorate  to accept  these remedies.  In closing he complimented the  board of trade for its broad policy of  including the farimr  as well  as  the  business inan in its membership. It  was a combination that was most  essential for successful community  effort. Se also deeply appreciated  the opportunity the board had given  him to meet such a representative  gatnering of citizens. His whole visit  to Creston had been a busy but very  happy one, and it was by these get  togethers that the administration was  able to keep in touch with public  sentiment and for that reason they  were beneficial all round.  Am  t������������mABTm-TR~ER  ~f>������~JU.\f-t ORNAMENTAL,  OONGI-ETE WOffK  (Canyon)      ERTCKSON P.O.        B.C.  A vote of thanks was carried appreciative of the premier's address and  the meeting broke up about 3.45.  Following the board of trade lunch  the premier was guest at tbe afternoon  tea of the Presbyterian  Ladies* Aid in  Speers Hall, at which   there   was   a  representative   turnout ������������f   ladies , to  hear a twenty-minute talk in which  be briefly   sketched    some   items   of  legislation affecting   women that have  lately been  enacted in this province,  mentioning the Mothers Pensions Act,  women's -franchise,   minimum   wages  for women workers, the amending of  the child adoption legislation' to safeguard   foster    parents   from   having  adopted children   taken   from   them,  and legislation whereby husbands'wills  that do not properly   provide for their  dependents and   widows  may   be   set/  aside ih order to make adequate provision in this respect.    Mrs.   Dow, the  aid presidnnt,  was. quite at home in  introducing   the    speaker,     and   Mr.  Oliver expressed very futi appreciation  of* the opportunity given him to address the ladies.  Is there any  Meat in  the  House?  This is the first question that presents itself  to the housewife if * an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a meal. But why  worry?   -  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest  Quality  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  Bologna, dkc*  are always to be had  here. In meats nothing  quite equals ���������Shamrock'  products.  "SSSS9  spending less  than.  economy  you. can.  r*tr.  Wal  with Ceilings and Border to match  "       ' I'"'* Ji I"        *      ���������     *���������     ���������' .    '     -i���������> .  Every spring nature decorates the fields and forests with a now covering.  Take a tip from Nature and brighten up your home.  We have just recived a fine range of Wall Papers,- with Ceilings and Borders  to match, direct from the east, in various shades and patterns for each and every  room in your home, at prices ranging from 35c. per double roll up.  Bring the measurements of your room and we will show you how cheaply you  can brighten it np.  consists   in  vou earn.  If by careful  save money,  you. have taken a  long step toward conteuttment.  We pay interest on Savings balances  and  shall   welcome your,  ���������account*   :?jz.      . *������  -  THE C^AfelAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  PAID-UP CAPITAL,       ������        -        $15,000,000  RESERVE FUND * - $15,000,000  CRESTON BRANCH, a & Burnett, Manager.  Hot Air  Steam  and  Hot Water  Heating  Sheet Metal Work.    A good stock of Pipe  and Pipe Fittings on hand.  E.W. RVCKMAH-Creston  f ' ���������> ��������� .  ���������mmt.1i  Mifw     **���������    ~m~m  |mT  6*^a*!SM������SNiStesfe4^  ~~,0w~m.~.~~mmmmimm*~mm*iimm*i*m������m  B&ifffdf IT out*.  Qh0Wr\\WmWm9! k ^nt9~~Wm~\Wmmff  Get an early start on your house. Build it during  the early months of Spring and enjoy it .this Summer.  We always have a complete stock of good lumber  for you to pick from, and a retail department to help  you figure just what it will cost you.  There newer was & better time to build.  ffMHH wm MHBH Rlllg B   BBBBBBaEi^lB B1J|S9BBBBB6^BB 9  * ntntnvaisr-w.  mttmU ~,mt~* ~������   ������>   MwtW  1  J ^r*r~~+^*iGt<iry*i*n.'n~t~'~ Tt~-~HM  ^i~~tia~������ii^~t~ir^~.~~~������~4tMtim  i  In  THE _.  TCEWEWV *'-;<SitSTOX." 75.   . Cl  I  |S*M  iin  HEAbACHE^BrtlduS^flS  msZ^QH^^ficTiiOBSm  ympzpZizz^awtiM^zmzm  .���������  HIDD  OOLJD  ���������  BY ���������  WILDER   ANTHONY  Canadian    Rights    Arranged    W"'th  PuhUsliflr.������.    r.    I>.    Goodohild    Co.,  20S   Jvlug-  St.   West,   Toronto.  1  ronage, ivhich had so displeased Wade.  To her. miad the Rexhills were very  great: people, and grei.it people -were1 to  be expected- to bear themselves in  lofty fashion. Dorothy had inherited  her democracy from lier 'father and  not from her mother, -who, indeed,  ���������would hare been disappointed if Helen  Rexhill appeared any less than the  exalted personage she imagined herself to he.  "Oh, I'd like to' meet her well  enough, only . . ." Dorothy stopped, Tin-willing to say before Wade  that she did not consider the Rexhills  s^uiliciently good friends of his, in the  "light of recent developments, lor (.hem  to he friends of hers.  "Of course, go," he broke in heartily. "She's not responsible for what  her father does in the way of business, and I reckon she'd think it funny  if you didn't call."  "There now!" Mrs. PunieW exclaim-j  ed triumphantly.  "All  right,  1*1.1  go.*1       In   her  heart  Dorothy was curious to meet the other j  woman and gauge  heir  powers of at-j  j traction. "We'll       go       to-morrow,"  j mother." I  | Quite satisfied, Mrs. Purnell made'  i some excuse to leave them together,!  i a.s she usually did, for her mother  I heart had traveled farther along the  ! Road to To-morrow than her daugh-  j ter's fancy. She secretly hoped that  ! the young cattleman would some day  (Continued J  Wade nodded slowly.  - "That's the idea, but I'm afraid  we j declare his love for Dorothy and ask  can't do it, Lem.      1 haven't a doubt' for herjiand in marriage., ,  but that Moran i.s mixed up in the kill- j      jn reply to the girl's anxious ques^  ing,  but  1  hardly   believe   Rexhill  is. t lions Wade told her of what had hap  Anyhow,    they've    probably    covered j pened since their meeting on the frail, I  their tracks  so  well   that  we'll  never  be able to connect them with it."  "Oh, I don't know. Vou can't al-  waj-s tell what t-#me'Jl bring to light."  Trowbridge lowered his voice. "'What's  your idea about Santry? Do you want  help there?"  "No." .Wade spoke with equal  caution. "1 believe I can manage all  right alone. .The Sheriff will probably be looking for us to rush the jail,  but he won't expect me to come alone.  Bat Lewis goes on duly as the relief,  about nine o'clock: I mean to beat  him to it, and if the Sheriff opens up  for me I'll be away with Santry before  Bat appears. But I must get some  sleep, Bern."  The two men arose.  "Well, good luck lo you, Gordon."  Trowbridge slapped his friend on thc  shoulder, and they separated.  "Frank, can you let me have a bed?"  Wade asked of thc hotel proprietor, a  freckled Irishman.  "Sure; as many as you -want."*  'One  will   do.  Frank;   and   another  its they sat together on the porch of  the little cottage. She was wearing  a plain dress of green, gingham, which,  somehow, suggested to him the freshness of lettuce. She laughed a_ little  when he told her of that and -called  him foolish, though the smile that  showed a dimple in her chin belied her  words.  "Then the posse is still at the  ranch?" she asked. ���������������������������*.,**.  "I think so. If they are, we . are  going to run them off to-morrow moaning, or perhaps to-night. I've had  enough of this nonsense and I niean  to meet Moran halfway from now on."  "Yes, I suppose you must," she admitted reluctantly. "But tlo be careful, Gordon."  "As careful as I can be under the  circumstances," he said cTieertully,  and 'told*her that his chief purpose in  coming to see her was to thank; her  again for the service she had rendered  him. 7  "Oh, you don't need to thank me for  that.      Do you know"���������she puckered  Hans Msfch  A sturdy match, big enough  to handle with your mitts on.  Strong enough to strike on  rough surfaces. Made to  ���������withstand more moisture.  A safe- match, free from  poison and free from glow  when blown out.  Their   added   length   gives  longer light in the dark.  Well too. th M  thing," the ranchman said guardedly, j up her broVs in a reflective way���������  "I'll need an extra horse tonight, and j "I've been thinking. . .It seems vfery  I don't want to be seen with him until-; strange   to ."'me   that .Senator "llcxlull  and "Moran should be willing to go to  such lengths merely to get hold/ of  this land; as a: speculation. Doesn't  it see'm.so to you?" ;. :i  "Yes,, it.does,..but that must be their  reason." ':?  "I'm   not   so   sure   of  that,   Gordon.  There must be something more behind  I need him. Can you have him tied  behind the school-house a little before  nine o'clock?"  V'You bet I can!" . The Irishman  slowly dropped an eyelid, for the  schoolhouse was close by the jail.  Wade  tumbled into tlie  bed  provided for him and slept like a log, having  that happy faculty of the healthy man.; all   this.       That's   what  I   have   been  of being able to sleep when his body  needed it, no matter what impended  against th.e  Iioul- of awakening.  When iie did.wake up, the afternoon  wa.s welL advanced, and after., another  hearty meal he walked over to the  Purnells' lo pass the lime until it was  late enough for him to get to work.  "Now, Cordon will tell you I'm  right," .Mrs. Purnell proclaimed triumphantly, whrn t]in young man entered  the con use. "I want Dorothy to go  with me to *:i  she   ilufpn'r   v.-  J~&������~J~������ai3~kJ~~. ^fe?s  The Canadian Match Co. Limited  thinking about. You remember that  when Moran first came here he had  an olRce just across the street from  the present one?" [  "Yes. Simon Barsdale had Moran's j  present ofllec until he moved'to Sheridan. You were his stenographer for  a while, I remember." Wade looked  at her curiously, wondering what she  was drivnig at.  "Moran bought Mr. "Bars dale's safe."  -.   , Her   voice   sounded   strange   and   un-  1  on  Miss Rexhill, and i natural.       "I   know  the   old   combina-  m   to  go.      The ideal Hion.    I wonder if it has been chang-  was   nice   enough ��������� e<j 7"  Whon   Miss   R.-.vhil  to 1 all un  it.-- first." j      "Bom   Trowbridge   was  saying  only  Mrs.   Purnell   _:������. ^ muchi_ store   upon j u,jS moming," said Wade thoughtfully,  bv he was beginning    to    catch    he  ]'.f-v   mar.r.t  to-.vn   v.'h'-r  ;<jf)i!  '.���������we. 1 lit.',  . I! "ii r ��������� <.-(!  ili-p   little   Michigan  ���������- was  horn   understood  and   she  had not.  been '  bv  ll<-.h"r. R.ixliill's pat-  i  Tells How Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Relieved Her of  Inflammation and Great Weakness  V.V**;-   >t  John, N. F>.��������� "I wan m a *  %*���������:,���������������������������. ;*]   ������������������'.'���������������������������������������������'V.v.'i! /-ori'ii',ion  folio win}?  the birth i.f iny twin ti'iy.. 1 had a tf rent  deal   <>f   infianirissitioN,  with pains and  v.-enkrir-.'-.'-i.    Finally-  my doctor roeom- !  rrv"r.t->.r-r\   . -���������'*. 'in. Fi. j-j"nkhnm'.*! V'-^otnhlc  Compound. Ih. y-;n<l that your medicine ,  wouhl be tlie only ihinjc to build me up. i  J am sure ho ih right, for 1 am 1'celintf ���������  much better and ain fc������*'*"i������>**r i"** "vveipjht, '  having    p-ono   down    to    ninety-three  poundH.   J war; in bed for over a mo nth, '  but am tip a^ain now.    J havc recommended the V.-pjiiiibh. C.ti_riy~<i\iYir) to my '  friends rind fg.v*. you p'-rmissioM  f������i uho  mv letter."--.Mr;!,  J**i..\t'-|c A. lim'tu:-:, '  8'i Rodney St., Wont St. John, K. li.  There nre many women who find th*nr  household dution alrn-o *t unbearable ovv-  inpj t.o some wr-akm-sM or dcran^-fniont. \  Tho trouble may be Hlipjht, yet cause  hur-h annoying symptoms un dra^finpf  pains**;, wcjb.iu-.sH arid -a rurt-������iown Jcoitnf?.  I.y<iia K. Plrikhnm'H V ingot nil Ati Compound i������ n flplcndid me fib ���������;>.*������; for such  f'onditior.������������. Tf hr������������ ���������>- 01-ir y f\.������������������*���������-. reJIovcd  t\*r**,' uvrii r,?t*Tr a \~i--i ri-rr-i\f'*r ra tht- f-rtt-.x-i.  t\.   them.     Mr.<i. llit<:b>������.*'.v: exjr^rienre i.������!  i������ut. tnn- i.f u?~rJj.  You miKht be infv;rr**-d-cd in readb-^  'Mrs. PinUharn'H F'rivafe Tc:*:**. -Hook upon  the "Ailinonts o*t>" \Vom������*n. " Tun fun  |jf������>t a I'opy frt-f l>y writ in ���������**.��������������� tin- i-yiia  R I'lnkhara Medicine Co., Cobourg,  Ontario. c  _ !  moaning,  "that  if we  could' only get  proof     of     something     crooked     we  might     ..."  "Well, I think wo. can," Dorolhy in-  flTUptod.  They looked searchiygly at each,  other in the gathering dusk, and he  tried to reach the light in her eyes,  ;\ni\ being strangely affected himself  by 1 heir close proximity, he misinterpreted it, lie slipped his hand over  hers and once more the desire to kiss  hi-r seized him. lie lot go of her hand  and was .Ui.si. putting Ids arm around  her shoulders when, to his surprise,  sho appoured suddenly indignant,  ���������M.ion'i.:"  He was nbashed, and for a moment  ti<di h"i* said 11  word.  "What, is the combination?" he "fin-  r 111 v- asked hoarsely,  "\ promised Mr. Ilarsdalo never to  ���������I'll ;i!iy oni-." H'pr.lfps wreathed into  ,1   tii ib' Miiiilo.      "I'll do il  myself."  "No, ynn won't." Wade shook his  Jiond positively. "Do you supposes  I'm going lr������ let you stoiil for me? It  will be had enough to do it myself;  bul nooo.-isii..* Unovvs no law, Weill,  w-'H (<���������-) it go for th**** present then.  I >or#������������   you   thinlc  of doflig it,   Dotolhy.  Will* .' Oil   pI'OII'liHf   llW'.*-  "I ti'--, i-t proiniso," .sho said, .smiling  :.:��������������������������� ip, ii r 1������1 Ii'ihhIii:*" b#-v hint words jn  v. - j. .ia niy I'.i, b ion, "bul II* you don'l  :���������* .iii'   uu   fo     .     ,     ."  "Well, J dun'l." be declared firmly,  "I.ei   i*   i������*;i   at   Mia I,       "\Y>"I1   probably  ed away, leaving her,, as Shakespeare  put it, to  That, which with scorn she put away."  "Twice desire, ere it be day,  Having mounted his horse at the  livery stable, he -first made sure that  the extra horse was behind the school-  house, where he tied his own, and then  walked around-'to the jail, j On the  outside, this building was a substantial log structure; within, it was divided into the Sheriff's office and sleeping- room, the "bull pen," and a single  narrow cell, in which Wade guessec"*  that Santry would be locked. ACte::  examining his revolver, he slipped it  into the side pocket of his coat, and  walked boldly^up to the jail.. Then,  whistling merrily, for Bat Lewis, the  deputy, was a confirmed human songbird, he knocked sharply on the door  with his knuckles.  "It's me���������Bat," he called out,  mimicking Lewis' voice, ih answer to  a question from within.  "You're    early    to-night.        What's  .::>  o 111 n  Oie  !������-H  <���������**. I  I IO o,  ' *-.. Ij  oilier   -\v;i 1    :i n> how.  1,,fed   bill,   then   iiboui   Santry.  "���������:-,it.,<\  a  ilireef  rm-x\v������--j*  1m\\ und  in'*-   r Im   oui', ier Ion   1 bat  -every*  '���������old "Mid .ii* rir.iif.      Thcy  lalk*  ' '*      '��������� '       '   * ������������������-'il lilO.'i (.'I.U'.-    ,      ,j J  iioH.hu' thai b<" .*'ih! ������*ef*iu*������*d  1 i>i.M. e to )mt .. nd noi IiIhk 1 ha I  I    .*otn*i| .0 io him.      When if  I . d.i j li he ���������' I '������ e to J'O, Then  ed .1 IP 1 te '.mi'v llial1 r.i if- h;id  ���������ot U ' 11 ho pn' hi.' a rn 1 ri 1 oilia t her.  *.'! !.'- U :.i.< d *o" ,0 '. ],.i.i .1 . . ],<��������� had  ;������'(]'������������������ on I It" l������*.iil; hut to v t-" not veil1  t'l I'll ill. V. Or.������cii' . *r| bl li"l |er, ,illd tit-  .i'l I r 11    IO   .'Ml'       lo  I    I ho;li .b I ,,   . 1 ini    v-'.i I!,  KIDNEY TROUBLE?  The Kidneys are the Blood Filters-���������  When they Weaken and Stop Up,  the System Becomes Overloaded  with Uric Acid  Niagara Falls, Ont.���������"I havo used  ���������nearly all of Dr. Pierce's medicines  and take great  pleasure in giving  them a boost.  The Anuria Tablets are. the grea't-  QBt "benefit to in a n-  klnd. I was buC-  ���������ferlnff "with kidney trouble andi  Tvaa rejected by  different i n au r-  ance companies.  Today I am holding threo good  ���������policies. All I  ask (he readers of thia Is to give the  Struck you?" Sheriff Thomas opened the door, and turning, felt it so, for  the 'Teller* to enter. -He had half  feared that an attempt would be made  to liberate Santry, but had never  dreamed that any one would try the  thing alone. He was glad to he relieved, Tor a poker game at wjiich he  wanted to sit in would soon start at  the -Gulch Saloon.  He was the-most-surprised man in  Wyoming,-when he fell the cold muzzle ot" Wade's Colt boring into the*  nape of his neck, and heard the  ranchman's stem warning to keep  quiet or take the consequences. Sheriff Thomas had earned his right to his  "star" by more than one exhibition-of  nerve, but he was too familiar with  gun ethics to argue-with the business  end of a "45."  "Not a sound!" Outwardly cold as  ice, but inwardly afire, Wade shoved  the wreapon against his victim's neck  and inarched him. to the middle of the  room. "I've got the upper hand Sheriff, and I intend to" keep it."  "You're, a damn fool, Wade." The  Sheriff spoke without visible emotion  and in a low tone. "You'll go up for  this.      Don't you realize that    .    .    ."  "Can it!" snapped Wade, deftly disarming the officer..; with his free hand.  "Never mind the majesty of the law  and all that rot. I thought that ail  over before I came. Now that I've  got you and drawn your teeth, you'll  take orders from me. Get my foreman out of that cell and be quick  about it!"  There was nothing to do but obey,  which Thomas quietly did. although  somewhat in fear ot" what Santry  mighty do when at liberty. When  the cell jdoor wras unlocked, the old  plainsman, in a towering rage at the  Injustice of his incarceration, seemed:  Inclined to choke his erstwhile jailer.  "None of that, Bill," Wade admonished curtly. "He only been a jtool  in this business, although he ouglit to  know better. We'll tie him up and  gag him, that's all. Rip up'o'n'6'of  those blankets."  "I knew.j-ou'd come, hoy!" The  foreman's joy was almost like that of a  big dog at sight of his master. "By  the great horned toad, I knew it!"  With his sinewy hands he tbfe the  blanket into strips as easily as>though  the wrool had been paper. "Now for  him, draChim!"  Wade stood guard while the helpless  Sheriff was trussed up and his mouth  stopped b3r Santry, and if the ranch  owner felt any compunction at the  sight, he had only to think of his own  men as he had seen them the night  before, lying on the floor of the ranch  house.  "Make a good job of it,- Bill," was  his only comment.  "You bet!" Santry chuckled as lie  drew the last of the knots tight.  "That'll hold him for a^spell, I reckon.  How you feel, SherufC, purty comfortable?" The flowing end of the gag so  hid the officer's features that he could  express himself only with his eyes,  which, he batted furiously. "Course,"  Santry went on; In mock solicitude,  "if I'd thought I mighta put a bit of  sugar on that there gag. to remind you  of your mammy like, but It ain't no  great matter. You can put a double  dose in your cawfee when you git  loose."  "Come on, Bill!" Wade commanded.  "So long, Sheruff," Santry chuckled.  (To be continued)  Anuric. Tablets  a  a life user In  the  trial, and become  future."���������William  .-.tit  ."i*n  Bempsey, U2 13 rid go St.  HEALTH  IS YOUR  MOST VALU*  ABLE ASSET  Montrcn),   Que.���������"I   cannot.  praiflO  Dr. Pierce's Anuric onough for what  It, lisiR done for me. For* three  itionthu T was under the doctor's euro  nnd got no Ix-iter. 7 wax alwaya  complaining of my kidneys. Finally  I nuirio up my mind to try Dr.  PI-err-n'H Aninic TabletH. I took two  piiekHR-oH and don't complain rny  more, I have gaJnnrl in weight nnd  am iu III gaining, My appetite Is  Rr*e������t iiml i-k-ep has rome to me.  Th:>������ l-v M-hiif th������>* Armi-'.f Tnlilfln h~.v<~  done for me, j truly recommend them  to iIhim* who are Mi*flV������'liiK from Uld-  ni\v jillmeniH thev way I did. They  arm min lily K-������od. thouish not expen-  uivf, fiiHv to buy, bnt linn! to beat."  - 'J'. A. isioun, Hin Doi-olw^Uir St., W.  Ahk you marcMt  driiKglut.  for Anuric  In tiibhil   iorm,  or Bend   10c to  lii*,   Iltm ti'it   Laboratory   in   BrUIis***-  I  huii',   Onlfirto.   for   trial   pku.   nnd  rt-  +>������ ������������������-���������������+-������-������4-������ ���������������+���������>���������������������������*��������� + ������-������-������������������������������* ������������-V������**+*-������-������4+������������>������������+*'4-*<  STOMACH MISERY,  GAS, INDIGESTION  I   'Tape's Diapepsin" Corrects  J Sour,, Upset Stomachs \  1   ��������� at Once j  ���������������<������������������ * ***...X.*,t*t-a*-^l*.*.**-..i-*'*-x..x-x.-i x.x*.*..**.-..i  "Pape's Diapepsin" is the quickest,  surest relief for Indigestion, gases,  flatulence, heartburn, sourness, fermentation or stomach distress caused  by acidity. A few tablets give almost  immediate stomach relief. Correct  ,your stoinach and digestion now for a  friw cents. Druggists sell millions ol  packages.  est Gold?  ."������������������ try this method  That chest cold ^can be  btoken up���������no matter how  stubborn and d eep-seated i t  may seem!  Apply Sloan^s Lintment  to chest and neck tonight-  ��������� Its tingling, glowing  warmth goes to the root of  trouble. It breaks up thecon-  g-ested, inflamed" condition.  'Relief quickly'follows.  Get a bottle of Sloan^s today. All druggists carry at-  Its effectiveness will surprise  y v-������u.  Hintfe in Canada  Sloans \~<\~\~v~\e~\t-hilh paint  ������or rheumatism, brfl^esistrainr.-chest colds "*  CASH FOR OJLD STAMPS  WVLT~ PAY CASH FOR QUEEN  "Victoria or King- Edward p-ost-  ag:e stamps ort the envelopes. I also  buy collections of Canadian stamps.  IT. S. Seaman, P.O. Box, 19SI, Winnipeg, Man.  Big Fishery Dea! Consu-mtnated  One of the biggest fishery deals on  the Pacific coast in jrears has been  consummated between the Canadian  Fish Company, "Ltd., and tlie'*ICorth  Pacific Packers, Ltd.-, holders of properly formerly owned and operated by  the Western Packers.- Four laFge  canneries "become the property of the  Canadian Fish Company. In addition,  the company, is purchasing/the "Lagoon  Bay Cannery. These properties will  employ about 300 men during the fishing season and will produce at least  100,000 caseSSbf salmon. .*        a -:f  THOUSANDS CONVERTED  Through ignorance, many, have suffered ach***; and pains Jong thought incurable. But doubt quickly turns to  belief when Sciatica, "Lumbago iuxd  Neuralgia are healed with Nervilme.  Its soothing heating powers are really  .wonderful. Nervilme sinks in -quick-,.  %������, it penetrates Into the-sore muscles"  and brings grateful relief. The hundred anrl one minor ills that come to  every family yield quickly to Nervt-  linc.    1 Try it.      35c at all dealers.  Britain Favors Canadian, Bacon  A despatch from London, England,  testifies further to the superior qualities of Canadian bacon received in the  British Isles, the Dominion product  being in greater favor than'tlfat ot  Denmark and threatening to seize its  market.  Why suffer from corns when they  can be painlessly rooted out by using  Hollo-way's Corn Itemover,  Shipping Certified  Butter  A feature oC the creamery butter  production report ol! tho province of  Saskatchewan, Is that slightly over 56  per cent., or ovor G,00<?!000 pounds, of  thc total creamery butter output, of  lf)22, was exported under Government  grade cerllftcale. OC thia amount  1,700,000 pounds were shipped direct  to Croat HrHntn, while 3 20,0*00 pounds  we'nt to the United States, mul the  balance to other markets.  Livestock Improvement Trains  Under the auspices of the railways,  the Provincial Covernuveal, and livestock associations of the province; two  lives-lock improvement trains, "similar  to those '-which toured the province  last year, will again be operated !n  "Manitoba during the coming summer.  Nearly nil children nrc rmbjeri; io  worms, and many are born with Ibeni.  Spare them HUPferlng by lining Alio'hrr  Graves' Worm Exterminator, an excellent remedy.  \i.    fi.  t \-rtri     0*r 41 ri \ r-41 I     *,^J y ' '**'**,  Sounding Device  A device has been recently invented for nienmiring oepnii depths.      It is  done by -mr-niii' o!" r.'Ovmi*! rrllrclStin, rind  ho accurate Is this JnRlrunient that rtch  doin is 'here an error of more than a  foot even when a ship i.s travelling at  full speed. This is considered one oJ  tho most important innrlUnin Inven-  lionji o.   yearn.  Minard'o   Liniment   for   Coughs   and  ���������Hnl fir  THE 'EXPLANATION  Nature placed thc growth-promoting "vitamins" in the oil of  thc cod-fish���������this explains why  Scoffs Emulsion  is so definite in its help to a child  of any age." Latter-day science  reveals that the "vitamins" are  needful for normal growth.  Soatfa ~~~tnuistor������ wJftJ. ltaF~~-  any aMM grow*  -Scott &��������� Dowiic,Toi'dttto, Ont, 19-t  a������MM>eN>������-9H>i>������?>s>e������>'>o������;">a>':>*>*>������t  | Constipation  I Banished  A druggiiit sinys.; "For nearly  thteiy y<aM I hav������ recommended  the Extract of RooEb, known ������*  Mother 5c1j*cl'������ Curntlvo Syrup, for  arreat-tEiiR nnd permBttenlly relJev.  friKConitipatlon and indigestion.  ll ts nn old reliable re qiedytitaft  nevee f433* lo do Itms iwrn-t." 30  drop* th it ict. dwiBy. Get ll������e  Genuine.  5Oc,and$l.'0Qlx>ttleB.  ^.^^^^ ^l^,^^i^^.^,*x^*..**^i������*i*%.HJ*������J*wwJ*^J^i^ir  it  ���������V "^^'"-"TrT.*  ^rxm&pmirtm ix * c.  0~~~~  Mfei#i^  Mpre  Irrigated  Land  Largs Area of Irrigated Land Will! be  Add������d this Spring  Water -will be available in. tlie spring  on two of the irrigation projects ah  Southern Alberta, namely the Lethbridge Northern and the United, according to the annual report of the Irrigation Council of the province of Alberta.      Considerable work is now be-  llKSlBftpieiMsg^  ; ing done towards colonizing- the sur-  ' plus lands in these districts. " A\total  of 4.0,000 acres oMand has "been listed  at prices ranging from $15 to $50 an  acre. The council has a mailing list  of 8,000 in its colonization work, and  have already received more than 400  inquiries i'or land. Twenty prospective settlers have been shown ovei>  the projects.  WORLD ^HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  Said to have'hoen the oldest man in  the Eastern Townships, Eiienne .Hon-  eau, 107 years old, died at St. I-lya-  cinthc, Que.      Ills youngest son is 79.  The French Ministry of .L-abor publishes figures showing that generally  the cost of -living in France is now  three times'as much as in ~U1-).  A world con re ron ae to study the purposes of military: and. naval expenditures by various nations was asked in  a resolution introduced by Senator  King. Utah, at Washington..  The title of"'"royal" has heen conferred by the King upon the Canadian  Air Force, according to an announcement by the Department of National  Defence. This service will according  ly be known in future as the Royal  Canadian Air Force.      ���������  INFLUENZA LEAVES  THE BLOOD THIN  Constipation and  Shaggisii Liver  Don't   take  chances.   Get  Carter**  Little Liver PUIS  right now.    They  never fail to make the  Eiver do its duty/yThey,,  relieve constrpa.'  tiohj   banish 7 inf  digestion.   i-:.  drive out bin-    ���������  ousness, stop  dizziness,  clear the com-       __________  plexion, put a nealthy glow on  cheek and sparkle ia tbe eye.   Be sure  and get the genuine.  Small Pii!���������Saiaa Rose���������Small Price  Bought Canadian  Paper  U.S.  CARTER'S8  8T-T__E  =*=  A 13-year-old Ogdern, Utah, schoolboy has trained a wild cat to follow  him to school each day.  To      R-estore      Full       Health      Tonic  Treatment is Recommended  ProDabty the most treacherous trouble that afflicts the people of Canada  during the winter months is influenza  ���������or   In ' grippe   as   it Is often called.  The disease is    treacherous,    because  often after the    characteristic    symptoms of the trouble have disappeared  it leaves behind it a 'weakened and -debilitated constitution -which makes the  victim an easy prey to other troubles.  AH this is due to the i'act that the attack , of  influenza  has   left  the  blood  abnormally   weak   and    thin.      Weak  blood    means   impaired    digestion,    a  feeling of tiredness after slight exertion, and often a nervous breakdown.  This    condition    will    continue    until  the  blood  is restored  to a rich, red,  disease resisting condition.      For the  purpose of enriching and stimulating  the   blood   no   other   medicine   equals  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.      These pills  act    directly    upon    the    blood,    ancl  through the blood upon the nerves and  | in this way act as a restorative to the  | whole   system.!.      Thousands through-  ] out Canada have proved the value of  !"Dr.  Williams'  Pink Pills  in  cases of  this kind, among them is Miss Ida M.  Fraser,   "R.R.   No.   2,   Thessalon,   Out.,  who says: 'T passed, through a severe  attack of influenza which left me pale,  thin and weak.    Indeed I was so weak  I  could scarcely stand upon nay  feet.  The medicine I was taking in the hope  of  bringing   back  my  health   did  not  help me, and I was greatly discouraged.      Finally I decided to try Dr. "Wil-  Big Oil  Refinery { Hams' Pink Pills, and from the time I  ���������.      ~.^-m nr.iv       r- p   11      t      shad taken the first box my health be-  The ?2,-������00,00O refinery ol. the I���������" ; Ran "to improve. I used six "boxes al-  perial Oil. Limited, which is under Hogether, and found as a result that  construction 'in Calgary, will be in 1 I was again strong,and healthy, and I  operation by the end -o{������*mS. accord- j think that in _cases of this kind they  L ���������- ��������� are worth their weight in gold."  If you  tiave passed  through an  HAD BAD  PAINS  the Largest Customer for Surplus  Nesprlnt  Newsprint paper exported from* Gan-  ada during January,1923, amounted to  1,655,783 cwt.,, and was valued at S6,-  13S,S27, slightly loss than was exported in December.      In January of last  5-ear the -quantity exported was 1,254,-  024'-CAvt:      The United States was the  largest customer by far for newsprint  last   January, -taking   1,6*33,823   cwt.;  New    Zealand    took    &,381 cwt.;  and  Australia 8,988 cwt.      Smaller quantl-  I ties w?ent to British "West Indies and  ] South America.      Australia was Canada's  largest customer  for bond  and  writing paper, taking 288 cwt. out of a  total of 735> cwt.      The United Kingdom  and  Australia imported most, ot  the 18,273 cwt. wrapping paper exported in Januarjr.      The United Kingdom  took  9,706   cwt.,   and   Australia   4,S29  cwt.      Newfoundland and Japan were  the next best customers for wrapping  paper.  i m������>n * txx-xx-xx.** niinMiiim>inin  titr\  Internally and Externally it is Good.  ���������The crowning property of Dr.  Thomas' Fclectric. Oil is that it can  be used internally for many complaints as welt ns externally. For  sore throat, croup, whooping cough,  pains in the chest, colic and many  kindred ailments it has -qualities that  are unsurpassed. A bottle of it costs  little and there i.s no loss in always  having it at hand.  Nerves Were Very Bad  Mrs. John Case, It. I?. No. 4, St.  Catharines, Ont., writes:���������"I wish to  say that I have been bothered very  much with my heart and nerves. I  doctored wTith tw*o different doctors,  but did not find much relief. I would  have such bad pains in my heart, at  times, I would be almost afraid  to move or breathe, and at night I  could not sleep. .*��������� If the pains in my  heart were gone, my nerves would be  so bad I could, not lie still and would  only get a little sleep by being tired  out. My stomach was also very bad  and I could eat "but very little, and  then only certain things or I would  have so much distress which always  made by heart worse.  I had,* been suffering for nearly two  years until one  day I was talking to  our druggist about the way I felt.    He  advised  me  to   give  Miiburn's   Heart  and Nerve Pills a fair trial.      I have  now taken five boxes and am feeling i , . .  so much better.      I am able to do my   Stefansson   Predicts  Mall  Delivery   In  own    work,    and    can eat anything I ] Arctic By Airplane  wish..   I cannot praise j     The pogt office department announc-  MILBURN'S- 1 ed   a  short  time  ago   that   a  regular  Cascarets" iuc  Best   Bowel   Laxative  When   Bilious,  Constipated  ttmimtimi ihiihiiiiiiiihi tml  To clean, out your bowels without  cramping or overacting, take Cascarets. Sick headache, biliousness,  gases Indigestion, sour, upset stomach  and all such distress gone by morning.  Nicest physic on earth for grown-ups  and children. - 10c a box. Taste like  candy. ~  GLAD SHE DID AS  POGTORMDHER  Took   Tanlac   On    Physicians    Advice  And It Put H~~r In Fine Conditicm,  States Mrs. Coles  "Tanlac is certainly aa ideal medicine,!' recently said Mrs. Bessie Coles,  highly    esteemed    resident    of    1851  Lome. St., Regina, Sask.  "*��������� was in such a badly run-down  condition that I just felt miserable all  the time. My appetite had failed me  to such an extent that I was losing  weight steadily. My nerves were  awfully unstrung; many, many times  I couldn't get even an hour's sleep all  night long, and I never felt like doing  my housework at all.  "I was badly in need of something  to build me up and when a physician  advised me to take Tanlac, I lost no  time getting a bottle. Now, I really  don't feel like the same person, the  medicine has done me such a world  of gqpd. My nerves have steadied  down. I am sleeping like a child,  eating heartily, have gained several  pounds, and am feeling just Sue.,.  Knowing wrhat a wonderful medicine  Tanlac is, I can sincerely recommend  it to anyone.",  TTanlac is for sale'by all good druggists.      Over 35-miIlidn bottles sold.  ^tgmiiat^mat~mm���������m������������������a~mmm^mm~~~^M~mmmv-m���������iaatmm^~i^���������������������������*m~������m*a~mimm���������m '"<*am    .  1922 Do.minion Income Tax $55,517,222  Montreal paid the largest amount of  income tax during the fiscal year to  December 31, the amount being ������18.,-  195,749."- Toronto came next with $11,-  742,770 and Winnipeg third with ?4,-  019,399. The total collected income  tax throughput the Dominion in th������:  same period was $55,517,222.  Postal Air Routes  HEART AMD NERVE   PILLS  too highly."  Price 50c a box at all dealers or  mailed direct on receipt of price by  The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto,  Ont. "  ing to a  Stillman  reported statement by C  O.  President of the concern.  Jockeys  Poultry nnel I")os Fsiu-ciRi'-s,  animal tr:uu<-rs nnd breocter.s  find -dally use ior IthjsivcT p T^ini-  ment as st pro-vfmUve s������.n<l  l'raii-  tx~y.      Write Coi' sinruecl evidence  of 'experienced, incsi.  Minard's  " i *  Liniment  The  Family   Medicine  Chest  attack of influenza, your speediest way  to rega5n Cull strength is through the  fair Use of Dr. "Williams'Pink Pills.  You can get these pills through any  medicine dealers, or by mail at 50  cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Many Foreigners Nationalized  Men of every nationality secured  status of citizens of Canada during the  fiscal year ending March 31, 1&22. Altogether 10,360 foreigners were naturalized. Americans with 2,206 and  Russians with 2,060. led in the number  of persons who became naturalized  Canadians.  Ex-Kaiser "v^'ilhelm's son, the  form  er Crown Prince of G-ermany, is*,writing a book on war.  Asthma Victims. The man .or woman subject to asthma is indeed a victim. What can be anore": terrifying  than to suddenly be seized with paroxysms of choking which seem to fairly threaten the existence of life itself.  From such a condition Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy has brought  many to completely restored health  and happiness. It is known and prized in every section of this broad land.  It is asserted that the existence of  cancer and tuberculosis iu large sea  monsters has been definitely established, and that these discoveries ma3r  direct the attention of .investigators  of these diseases to the earlier forms  life that still exist in the sea.  ������15  mail service will be opened between  Fort McMurray, in Northern Alberta, (  and Aklavik, on the delta of the Mac-!  Icenzle River, the Canadian Arctic's  newest post office and trading centre.  The mails will be carried by five xe-  lays of huskies iu sleighs, and tho  postman will be two months in the  wilderness each time he makes the  trip. He wiU sleep under the canopy  of heaven, surrounded by his dogs.  By day he will inush across the white  spaces in a manner that Jack "London  made fambus. But even this last bit  of romantic human enterprise is  threatened. Mr. Stefansson has already mapped the Arctic with polar  air routes which he says will come  within a few years. So tlie world  moves on.���������Winnipeg Tribune.  Do not auffar  another day wlta  ItcJa Lug. Bleeding, or "ETotrud-  ing Piles. Ifo  surgical oper-  . atlou required.  Dr. Chase's ointments wiii rclioTo you a������ ones  and afford, lasting benefit. 60c a .ox; all  dealers, ov "Edmanso-n, Bates & Co., IJtaltsd,  Toronto. Sample Box free U you mention tbis  paper aad enclose 2c. stamp to pay postage.  HUBANI  CLOVER  H  UBAM  formation.,  Ontario.  CLOVER,  "Write  _.    Fraser,  THE  r inter  K.R.    2.  GREAT  sting* in.-  llderton,  MONEY ORDERS  It  is always', safe  press Mosey Order,  cents. 7 .- .*'-���������'  to  send a TDo-mujion  Ex-  Fire dollars costs  three  UREZi: WGGIj BATTS, BEAUTI-  fullyearde_ and fluffy, entirely  free from oil or grease. Large samples, enough for comforter, $1.00.���������  Woolen Mills,'"Georgetown, Ont.  , When a mother detects from the  writhings and fretting of a child that  worms are troubling it, she can procure a reliable remedy in Miller's  Worm Powders which will expel all  worms from the system. ^They may  cause vomiting, but this need cause  no anxiety, because it is hut a manifestation of their thorough work. Ko  worms ban long exist where these  Powders are used.  Wolf Dogs For Movies  Forty "huskies," or wolf dbgs, passed through Edmonton recently on  their way tp Banif, Alberta, where  they will be used by an American motion picture producing company in the  filming of a mnn ber of northern pictures.  -\Jnder  ixoui#ishe<d.?'  gThe natural foodj  for babies when  mother's milk  fails is  l3crdetz<$  EAGLE BEAND  CONDENSED MlUC  . fhC*- K' 0���������zz-~���������  s a main highway  The way to satisfaction, comfort and  health through Instant Postum, has  become a world-wide way.  This famona tahle beverage which  has stood the test of twenty- five years,  fills'every requirement of taste for a  hot and invigorating mealtime, drink.  UtiHka tea or coffee,Instant Postum  contains nothing that can irritate  nerves or disturb digestion, Even the  children -may safely enjoy it.  Wouldn't it be well for you to avoid  the harm which so many have found  in tea and coffee? You can protect  health while pleasing taste,with wholesome, aatisfymK Instant Postum,  Dye Faded Wrap,  Skirt, Dress In  Diamond Dyes  Each package of "DUuvumd Dyes"  contains directions so simple any woman ccm dye or tint her old worn, faded thinKB new. Even if j-:he has never dyed before, she cun put a rich,  I'ndoless color Into shabby skirts-*,  dresses, waists, coatH, stocikinKS,  sweaters, coverings, draperies, liang-  Infifs, every th In pr. 13 uy Diamond Dyes  ���������no other kind���������then perfect homo  dyeing ia guaranteed. JtiaL tc"H your  driiRRlst whether the material you  wish to dye \~ wool or fillk, or wh<cth������n-  It, in linen, cotton, or mi Keel koocIh.  Diamond l>yivB never Hlronk. ispot,  Cade, or run. ~*  ArsverU*������.'i  r*lotiees-  "D������Ht    U(MI1������<IJ������������  BOOlC  OX  r>oa bis-rastcs  and  llow   to   Feed  "Matted   Fro*    lo any  Add re is l>y tho  Author  II.   CI,AY   OI.OVEU  CO..   IVi**..  139    A\'������at    2Uh    St.,  N������W   Vorls.   I'.S.A.  D tS   3d! w *  At your Grocer\% in  seated, air-tight tins  Instant Postum  FOR HEALTH  "There's a Reason*\  .C~.~~~.iUui, prtHtuuk C������h������*1 Co,, Untiled, 43 Front St., It., Toronto,    Fmatary.- Windsor, Ontario  A tt������nt>r~it44i sample tits *sT lnt~tt~rit Pnu.um  mum.. p~*~t-p~i~f, for 4o  sin utmntpm.   Writer  ~~~~~~~~~~~rse  in  IV.  Monster Sawfish Caught  ,vfl'-h,   weighing two and tmr-  Vfi-vii'ily tii-f-n ������'-.u���������lil  ''���������"  liny of Panama.      Tli������* flsli was  .   silno fool, long, and had u girth  uiiUi-'en foot,  A    EuyvrfT'-h,   w  t(l*j;*irr I'll   N*44.-I   Ili'lM  The man  who blown  IiEk own  trumpet is usually out oi  tun*.-.  Don't  wait for someone lo  be in pain to set Kendall's*  Spavuj   Ti'Cfcliiicul   In   ilia  house.  Forall external hurls ancl pains  ���������for -all muscular trouble*.  Kendall'* Spavin Treatment *������iak<c* #ood.  K.S.K Aill-ON, HmV., IKwrnWr ������i h, l*������:l  -ri'tta ������������ti.I in* ������������������revr*f������n������irTKK*TIhr.������>'*-*rTMK  JtOttSl'..    I b������ir tttmi ytmrXattiSM't Hi*aa-~\C\n*1at matt  r'r.an v������i������i,*i.J fiM.j-il IV on* ������(lbfi htM V.iilmfi.UI !.-.���������������  r������'tuir*]f<,������������:UlikU������u!K>r������ii.      (blen*dl) 5*. XKM������.H."  Gel a bottle ai your dmgght'3 ioJay.   Regular  /urliw.c i Kat am nl���������HrJincdZ-nr.IuntJtn use.  DR. D. J. KENDALL COMPANY,,  Eno������buro Fatl*, Vt.. U.S.A.  KENDALLS  SPAVIN i  TO r A "TTIUI 17 WkMmT  Minard's     Llmime'nt    -for    Corns    and j  Warts y    |  ��������������� ������   . 0*.  U.  m^w&s&i  MMaaga  wm&mmmum  ~m~~~~~~~~~-~~~~~~~~~~m~~~M~-~~m  W*'.."i:i,-\-.u   '.,   .-.  - THE   CRESTOtf  REVIEW  |.v**i  Local and Personal  -   Von Sale���������Jersey heifer, 17 months  old, $15.    JL. Leamy, Creston.  Pigs Fob. Sale���������Six weeks old  April 25th, $6 apiece.    A. Comfort.  Yellow Dutch sets and Emerald  green lawn grass at Mawson Brothers.  Cow For Salts���������Good milch cow,  freshened in February. Apply Mrs.  G-. Hobden.  Mrs. J. W. Dow was a week end  visitor with Nelson friends, returning  on Tuesday.  Mrs. Doris of Cranbrook is here at  present on a visit to her daughter.'  Mrs. Art Atkinson.  White Wyandotte Eggs, from pedigree cockerel, $1.25 for setting of 14,  F. W. Ash, Creston.  Bicycle Fob. Sai_���������Ked Bird snake,  in good shape, $25. Can be seen at  Speers* store, Creston.  Fob Sa_e���������Ford car, new tyres, top  and seat cover, in good running order.  W. Morrow, Creston.  Fob Sale���������Two cows, one milking;  the other,  a Jersey, about to freshen.  *W. E. Searle. Creston.  For Sale���������Rubber-tyred baby  boggy, good as new, $15. Can be  seen at Mawson Bros, store.  ia  CRESTON  BAKERY  and  TEA ROOM  Something New  All file Time  For the best in Confectionery, Biscuits, Cakes  Bread try us.  ���������_������������.  Cream Bans  Macaroon Tartlets  Banherry Tarts  SATURDAY and  MONDAY SPECIAL  | gjjljljjjfl  Three  Cakes  25c.  Pigs For Sale���������Choice Durc-Jersey  pigs, ready May 1st. $8 each. Or.  Nickel, Griffin Ranch, Creston.  _or Sale���������One set of rear seat and  cushion covers for Ford car, never  been used, f$Q.    Mawson Bros.  For Sale���������Strawberry plants, "Van  San variety, healthy stock. Apply  Fruit Growers Union. Creston,  Hatchento Egos���������From prize winning strain Rhode Island Reds, $1.50  per setting of 15.    A. Comfort,  Chickens For Salk���������Shoemaker  heavy laying strain Black JLangshans.  price right.    G. I*sad beater, Erickson.  For Sale���������Democrats, Wagons,  harness, etc.. also a couple of milch  cows. Price right. A. Nelson, Creston.  Creston .Masons are expecting an  official visit from Grand Master Mc-  Creery of Vancouver the early part of  May.  For Sale���������Team of good work  horses for sale cheap. "Weight 2800  lbs., rising 7 years old. T. Weaver,  Lister.  PoTATOES^For table use, also first-  class seed potatoes. Gold Coin and.  Million Dollar varieties.    Boffey Bros.,  Creston,  R. Helme of Vancouver, was a  Creston visitor a couple of days last  week, the -guest of his sister, Mrs.  Hobden.  Senator Dunlap and \ an San Strawberry Plants, guaranteed free from  weevil. $8 per thousand. Monrad  Wigen* Wynndel. - -  Miss Elsie Hendren of the Dominion  Government telephone branch at  Kamloops, arrived on Thnrday last for  a visit at her home here.  ir Sale���������First prize* Flemish  Giant buck, three does and 18 yonng  rabbits six weeks old, the lot for $10.  R. Sinclair Smith, Creston.  shipping of   soft  fruits   from   Valley  points this season.  In mentioning the lecture on "Early  "History of B.C." by Pro������ Sage on  Wedn.esd.ay night last, under Women's  Institute auspices, we ommitted  stating that appreciation of his effort  was nicely r expressed in a yote of  thanks moved by Mrs. Mallandaine  and J. D. Siddons. "'  Rev. G. Knox got back from Cranbrook on Saturday, where he had  made a final visit to Dr. Green in connection with, the broken lower jaw he  sustained in a fait on March 1st. His  voice is a little thin but he announces  that he will take the usual Methodist  services on Sunday.  Nttrskr-t Stock���������Frrtit trees for  sale: Pears���������-Bartletts and Flemish  Beauty, Cherries���������Bings, Black Tartarian; Royal Stewart. Apples���������  Delicious, "Wagner, "Wealthy, Rome  Beautv- Also Blackberries. B.C.  Nursery Companv stopk. Can he seen  at S. M. Watson's!, Creston.  The Banff dance orchestra made its  final appearance for the season, at  Creston on Tuesday night when a  crowd of about 65 couples were ont for  the dance in the Grand Theatre ballroom. As usual caterer Norris provided lunch that was in keeping with  the other appointments of the occasion.  In connection with the. Women's  Institute flower show exhibitors are  reminded that their exhibits must be  in place before noon on Saturday, May  5th, in order that C. B.' Twigg, "who  will Judge, may commence work at 12  sharp.. Entries close with the secretary, Mrs. Cherrington, on  Mav 3rd:  a requisition from Supt. Stevens of  the Dominion -telephone system for a  Ford light delivery, which will be used  by lineman Phillips who is now mac*  ing his headquarters at Creston, taking  care of trouble on the line between  Nelson and Yahk. The _rm are this  week placing- an order for another  carload of Fords to be delivered early  next month.  R. B. Staples left on Tuesday to be  present at a meeting of the directors  Of the B.C. Growers, Limited, at  Vernon ob Wednesdav night, /��������� A t  Kootenay points there is quite a  strong demand that the selling of the  whole, fruit crop of thej Kootenav area  shall be handled at ft?reston, and It  would appear as if the Glowers, _i 115-  ited, were quite agreeable to the proposition, with Mr. Staples in charge.  .    ..���������*-*** . '? ������������������*���������**. * *     *  Postmaster D������. P. Kane of- Easlo  wHsSa visitor at Creston; between  trains on Saturday. He���������states that  the Kaslo and District Fifteen'''Hundred Club,   with   which   the   Creston  clnb is affiliated, now has a. member-  shfp*of very close to 1200. He was  accompanied by H. Qeigerich of the  same town, delegated by Kaslo "board  of trade to -interview the "premier on  the trip back re getting on with the.  construction of the Ainsworth-Queens  Bav road, which will give Kaslo motor  highway connection with the outside  world.  Anglican Ghoreii Services  SUNDAY, APRIL 22  CRESTON  8and 1! am.  I  JAS. ADLARD  PAINTER  WALLPAPER SAMPLES  CRESTON  =  stove,   three  Also  Kirstin  and   two  on.  We have repeated demands  for a Toilet Soap special, and  here wo are with the greatest  value in the moat popular Toilet  Soap on tho market.  Palm olive w. so well known  that there is no occftaion to wing  its praises here, bo fc t~B there ia  sure to be a big: demand we  would certain Iy nr. v'j������e Saturday  shopping if afc all poflaibte.  Better  Siriica  in*vri������rinc  4-������*8r  Bill | HOid   Prlcis  Fo������   S_le���������Coa.   oil  burners, in gopd shape,  stump puller,   good as new,  bicycles. . F. Knott, Can yd  The first of the dandelions are now  in evidence and from all appearances  the 1923 crop of these wine-makers  will be well iip to tbe average.  Kenneth Campbell, M.P.P., Nelson,  was a between trains visitor here on  Saturday, coming this far to meet  Premier Oliver on.his trip  to Nelson.  ~^pi& Saxe���������Strawberry plan ts. Glen  Mary: Van-:San and Senator Dunlap,  good hardy plants, $8 a. t b ousand.  J. Kelly (Andy Miller Ranch),Creston.  Mi's. Shirley MacDonald and young  son of- Summerland, who have been  visitors with^gMr. and Mrs. Dow the  past month, left for home on Saturday.  ForSale��������� Baby Grand Chevrolet  in.gond shape. $700. Two hot water  tanks. 30 gallons each, $15 and $10.  Bath tub, $8. Mrs. W. K. Brown,  Crfeston.  GRAPE VINES���������Can supply Concords and other varieties. These  grapes took first prise at Creston fair  in 1922. Price, 60c. each. S. Pascuzzo, Sirdar, B.C. .  ["-G. S. Paton, assistant  purser of the  C.P.K. steamer Nasookin, was a Cves  ton visitor between trains on Friday.  Boat passenger  traffic-is lighter than  last year so far this season.  Father Moriarily of Seattle, "Wash.,  who is conducting mission services in  the Roman Catholic churches in the  East Kootenav, will be heard in Hoiy  Gross Church, the fore part of June.  Mr. Defoe of Cabtlegar was the first,  autoist to make the trip through from  Cranbrook. arriving on Thursday  'last, and catching the steamer at  Kuskanook the same afternoon en  route home.  The appearance of Premier Oliver at  the Presbyterian ���������adies' Aid tea and  cookery sale on Saturday .afternoon  brought out a very large attendance,  the intake at the affair being in the  neighborhood of $40.  Delightful spring weather continues  but up to the present the April rainfall has been nbout tho lightest on  record. A downpour of the wetneBB  wonld be most acceptable to start oil  the gardens nnd field crops.  The fishing season opens on Tuesday  ahd judging by the demand for tackle  there will be a heavy ruah to tho  stream* on opening day,    Anglors are  reminded of the prii&eB offered by  Maw Ron Brothers for the biggest trout  and biiHH caught this aeaann.  A. Mel*. Fliftcher of Nelson, Dominion fruit innpector, wiih In-* re on Thura.  day laHb, Inspecting a car of upplen the  Union Jondfcd out that day for Calgary.  It wiih largely made up of No. 8 BpS������������,  and   wiU    moHlv    likctiy     hit   the   IrhL>  Htralghi   car    t*1    1022:    nppleH   I.o*   ht.  whipped,  W. H, Taylor, who MiicccedN Mr,  ThompHon a* Dominion Kxt.n'an hii por  in tend on* I* Jo lh������- Crown Nont Birny  made him Unit official viwit here At the  end of   the   week.    Tlie   company   Ik  p    Hii'������HK<"K '���������*������������������" !<���������"���������'!!������? n #;* vn.i.\y tain ������-*~it-i-'t]    g  SPECIA  ai 4-rmim  The steam roller was busy on tbe  loose rock laid last fall on the road  into the new Union warehouse. Word  was received at the end of the week  that money is available to complete  the hard surface road in the Erickson  district and the men are now busy  getting out rock preparatory to start*  ing np the crusher.  Norman Moore of Cranbrook, district forester for. Bast Kootenay, was  here oh official business on Tuesday,  and on Wednesday morning delivered  <*-*> flftspn-mlnvits talk to the n>'!'s,ni!s at  the high and public school on forest  protection. Due to fewer mills being  in operation he anticipates the cut of  lumber this year will be lighter than  in 1922.  E. M c.Gonegal, who is now host at  the McConnell   Hotel, Kitchener, was  a business visitor   here'' oh   Thursday  i* -j .*���������������������������      k  last, and during his stay made the  purchase of a 1923 touring Ford with  which he made the return trip. This  purchase completes the sale of -four  new Folds already this year by Staples  & Pierson, as well as a light deliverv  and a ton truck.  The carpenters are busy'jacking up  the Scott building, lately occupied by  A. Manuel, with a view to shifting it  babk to line up with the other buildings on Canyon Street, and when this  is completed the structure will be  remodolted throughout and made  ready for the rise of the Imperial Bank,  which is hoping to shift to its new  home early in June.  Staples & Pierson have just received  given at Beattie-Oatway Drugstore  TUESDAY. MAY 1st  I am the only Optometrist this ������ide of the Coast  holding a certificate of Registered Optomifcrlst,from  tlie Provincial Board of Optometry. A. E. Ireland,  -my assistant, has been twenty-two yeara refracting  and fitting glasses���������twelve years in Toronto.  Practice  makes  perfect,   .1 fit glassas in almost  ^very town in B.C., and oa,n handle the most difficult  cases.    If your yision oan be'improved by lenses then  lean make tho improvement." Seeing  is  believing.  See me and believe.    ^   .. Z  Bring aU your glas^ wit^ii you and if I cannot  make an improvement over -what you are wearing I -  will not expect to fit you^with hew ones. Do you wear  glasses for better visiou ? If so, Jet me help you to  better uision. Do not forget the children while expert  opticalserviee can be had. in^our home town: For  convenience I am establishing iny headiqinftrters in  'Vancouver, but I expect to "make regular visits here,  MURDOCK KScLEOD  Registered Optometrist No. S3  A. E. IRELAND  Registered Optometrist No, 32    >  YOU MUST WORK, EAT HND SLEEP  But to be at your best in the former respect it is absolutely essential that you sleep  well, and with the season of heavy work at hand restful and refreshing sleep is all  the more essential.  ''It' ' i  The first requisite for a good night's rest is a bed  with good Springs and Mattress; without these your  rest is bound to oe broken, and certainly not restful.  Simmon _ Mattresses  filled with white cotton felt, with ticking of  attractive designs, conceded to be the best made.  Simmon's Springs  These are the Banner Coil Springs constructed  ofthe highest grade carbon steel wire with special  top lacing, raised and braced to stop swaying,  W^c have A3 fatal otoch sw hath l~t~e-tz  at af tractive prices  Dry Goods  Grocttrles  Furniture  Hardware  .���������l4.>iii.^lil|������..|.lllillll.iHl.lllll������ll.lil.������������l������IM*******l  ~ttm~~~tmtt~~t0m~~mta~m~mmm  Htfy

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