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 ."t.-Sff*^ ...*���������������'  M  Vot. XV.  CRESTON, B. C, FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1923  No. 9  Birth���������On  March 29.  to   Mr,  Mrs. B. J". C. KichardsoiVr a son.  and  W. Bowden of Toronto, Ontario, a  nephew of Mr. -and Mrs**: R. J. l^ong,  was a visitor at the "Long home a few,  days laft week, on his way to Trail.  Miss Helen Bun ter, principal of the  Kitchener school, is an Easter week  visitor with Mr. and Mrs. G.P. Smith.  Geo. S. Baker of Fort Steele, who  was here last week on an official visit  as D.D.G.M. to Creston Masonic  Lodge, was a guest of Mr. and Mi-s.  Bundy during his trip.  Mies Ruby Palmer left on Sunday  for Antelope, Sask., where- she is  takfng charge of a public school until  the summer vacation.  Miss Green principal of Brickson  sohoo^israt ber home in Kaslo for the  Blaster vacation.      -  Miss Dorothy McKowan of Cranbropk is-an ISaster week visitor here  wifcjb Mrs. Frank Staples. -  Ifrank Palmer got away at fche first  of the week on a combined business  and pleasure trip fco Spokane and  Seattle, Wash.  k At present the egg export is running  at least two cases a dav, there being a  heavy demand for Erickson hen fruit  -at Kitchener and Tahk In addition to  the eggs going to tbe exchange at  Nelson. - * .  ���������������m������B3?������5B GH&  to the ground inflicting the injury,  but as yet thc doctor is undecided as  to whether the arm is broken or just  fractured.  The Companv have had the drag on  the road, between fche mill and the  siding this week, and in consequence  travelling, on that route is quits comfortable now. -  Fred Browell has just purchased tbe  regulation gang plow nnd disk harrow  attachment for his Cleveland tractor  and is ready for cultivation work on  the labor-saving plan.  The building season has opened in,  the Heights section already, with Jim*  Bateman" busy with the erection of a  five room bungalow, and J. Cook put*  ting a substantial addition _to his  house..  Dad Bio well has just taken delivery  of his 250 Colfax, Wash., pedigreed  White Wyandotte chicks, and reports  them coming along fine after their  quite long train trip. These birds will  be sure to figure in the poultry section  at the Oreston fair tbis fall.  Sirdar had its Church of England  Easter service on Sunday afternoon,  which was well attended. Rev. Mr.  Varley motoring here from Creston.  M������ s. Williams and daughter from  Cranbrook were week* end visitors  with Mrs. Sid McCabe.  Miss Katie Moore nf Creston is an  Easter week visitor here witn Mr6.  T. Rogers.  Mrs. Jones from Kuskanook was  here on Sunday for .the. afternoon  church  service, going  on   to   Creston  Fall Fair Whist  Most Successful  Mi s. John Bird left the early part of  the month sor a visit with friends in  Oranhrook.  Mr. Rinker, an old. time resident of  Canyon  is reported leaving for Vic-     __  toria immediately, where he has pn*-- j withRevVMrJ Varley, 'where she was  chased some land and  will do truck   a K,fesfc at the rectory,  farming on a Bmall scale in future.  - .Mr* Cliffy who .has been engineer at  -gonerto>Wfyii������del,- where he"fias taken  a position witWthe Winlaw milling  firm.       -  - ���������  Z   ' ~   -  4 .���������  Mr. RohilSard and family have gone  to Wardner, where he has secured a  position as sawyer in the mill afc that  point.  Mrs. Kolthammer left at the first of  the week for the old home near Moose  Jaw, Sask.; where she will - visit  friends for^u couple of months.  Mis. Bergen was taken to the hospital at Cranbrook the latter part of  the week, where ehe is at present undergoing treatment.  Mrs. Grose, who has been laid up  practically all winter with a severe  case of rheumatism, is able fco be  around again. ,.,....   Harry Vanackeran is going around  with his right-V.rni in splints at pros  ent.   While at play on Friday mprr..  riing he fell of the pole of the democrat  GQiyil TllClTbc  DnAffiii i noil nc  Saturday, APRIL  ii.* I***...*. Ji.* <i;Hi;������ '������������������������<���������*������ '.i*>.*<*.���������'  JL8WI8J.SEL  j^l** tg   jfr_ tiff   w ~  ���������T ^hlHI m%   MWHMt   qma     ^^        Am^ mOlmmm. .^^^*MMh4MMMI  M   ramAV Hi   ^BlH     mfflff Hffl 11 QRj  A Oomedy Droma with a  Uiugh to it.  Engineer Boyd, who has been in  charge ofv*fcjh.e**., yard., engine fear several  %o������tl^, 1^^^ r-'i&"'&i&&F  stoke* and= B> F? Whitesides  |^"back  again at his old job? *" -  Mr. and Mrs.^Jack domeron left for  Cranbrook on Sunday, where.they  were attending the annual hospital  ball on Easter Monday night.  Geo. Cam, who has been on the sick  lisb for a few days went back to work  afc fche end of the week. -  Miss Irene Schmidt,, .principal of  Sirdar school is at her homfe id Rossland for the Easter vacation.  Joe Lombardo. who came here re-  cntly from Proctor to join the round-  house staff, has moved his family into  the former Goodman residence.  Word from Cranbrook is to the  ���������effect that'Gus Oiner is making a  splendid recovery from his recent fall.  and may be back to Sirdar this week.  Mrs. Sid McCabo received tbe unwelcome intelligence that her father  had died at fche old home in Nova  Scotia on-Wednesday.  Mrs. Jones of Kuskanook. who was  here at the week-end, states thnttthey  are going out of the "Jersey cattle  bnslnesf entirely, and from now on  will devote attention fci> sheep, having  just taken delivery nf a flack of about  thirty.*. . ,.   ,  A. R. Swanson, who arrived about  aix weeks ago fco take charge of the  O.P.R. dt pot, has again, heard the call  of the coast, and expects to ba leaving  this week fco take a similar post at  North Bend, tho flrat divisional point  east of Vancouver. Au yet there is no  announcement as to his successor.  Pete Langueval, a Saskatchewan  farmer, who has spent tho last two  winters at Kuskanook, has now been  convinced that- Is tho locality ho haa  been wanting to settle down in, and  haa taken on the 20-ucre Wright  ranch. He expects a car of effects,  including a few horses, to arrive any  day now for ranch'operations. Just  now he is busy bn tho driftwood jotting out a carloadof posts for shipment  to Sunk atcbo wan. ''.,.."  The annual whist drive and dance  and raffle by the directions of the  Agricultural Association in the Parish  Hall on Easter Ifyondav night will net  the fall fair funds/at least $75.  The turnout -for cards was smaller  than usual but by the time refresh  ments were served and the dance  crowd had arrived the attendance was  quite satisfactory.'with a sufficiency  of dancers that taxed the Parish Hall  floor comfortably, with Mesdames  Foreman and lister and AI. Lidgate  furnishing excellent music for the  hop. which was in charge of C G.  Bennett. "*���������*.'  The play at cart3s was very close fop  the high score honors witb ties result?  ing in both the ladies' and gents. In  the former Ms*s,l*Foster cut high and  took ihe prize oyer Miss Lillian Cherrington, whilst C. O. Rodgers had the  same good fortune in fche cat with J.  D. Siddons. Low score,trophies went  to Mrs. I. E. Hayden and H. Christie.  Much interest was taken in the  draw for ihe sheep, prior to which R.  B. Staples auctioned off some unsold  tickets at very_ satisfactory prices.  Col. Fred Lister. M. P. P., made the  draw of ticket 167; which was held by  C. O. Rodgers.   1  Before annc uncing the prizewinners,  President Mallandaine in a neat speech  expressed   the jdireefcors    thanks   fco  R. Comfort, Bert "Norris, A.E. French,  Mercantile    Companv,   Creston    Review. Beatie Oatway, Limited, Maw  son Bros.. S.A. Speers, Staples & Pier  son, Lidgate Bros., and P. Burns & Co.  for donations of prizes and  refreshments, along with the ladies who were  most generous in contributing all the  cakes, etc., needed, for the supper, and  ^some jfe.w-_fcc������ ;^a^ ."edhicla.wej^-atefr  auctioned;-. " **"'  Credit for���������tfae siiccessdf the evening  is largely5ine to Mesdames, Bennett.  Hayes nnd Johnson, who" looked after  the supper, and - President Mallan^  daines Directors,, Allan, Bennett,  Ha-yes, and Johnson, and E. C Gibbs.  - Owing to a shortage of space this  week the March report of Lister  school is held over until next issue.  Several from here were at Creston  on Monday night for the fall fair  whist and dance in the Parish HalL  SGieh-wnet*  Miss Hunter, principal of Kitchener  school,Js spending the Eat-ter vacation  witb Creston friendsr  MJ&tfes*  Tho Rod and Gnu Club has just been  advised that game conservation board  representative Guimont of Cranbrook  cannot visit hero "until early nouft  month, and in conscquenco the club  b-iaqcict haa fcccsi gi^^o*.*.; #* *.*,i,v)i'  tat weeks.  Miss Redpath principal of Lister  school, is afc her home In Nelson for  the Easter vacation,l leaving last  Thursday. %  A. Weilspring is down * from the  Continental mine at Klockman. Idaho,  looking after spring work on his  ranch here.  .**  Rev. Dr. White, superintendent of  missions, to the Methodistsee vice here  on Sunday morning, and was greeted  with a verv large turnout.  W. Hurl,' ar., who has spent the  winter here with his son, William, left  on Thursday last for his home in  Saskatchewan. *  Jas. Duncan is now ���������* mixing tbe  mulligan atone of tho cookhouses at  fche Continental mine  at Klockmann.  There nofc huving been any dances  in Lister for afc least four weeks the  people of the Huscroft section have  decided to have a dance of their own  on Saturday night, 7th inst., at the  schoolhouse, tho music for which will  be by fche Demchuk orchestra. '  A. R. V. Bornhard has returned  from Kloenmann to look after spring  operations on his ranch.  F. N. Thompson commenced his  duties as mall carrier on Monday and  liTfuture the outgoing ruall will leave  Lister at 11 ium., thus aoaurlng connection with both trains tho same  day. i-v       ".'���������' '���������*"���������  Harry Vernon, who * has visited  with friends in tho Old Country tho  pim.1 four mown tht!, ifc tvap*ocUid baok tp  Lister early this month.    , -j- .. '         j.'  Miss Edith Geroux is home from  Nelson high school to spend the holidays with her parents here.  Mr. and Mrs. McKenna are Easter  -week visitors With friends in Spokane.  Reg. Hull, who bas been witb the  Paulson-Mason Company for the past  three years, is leaving the firm's employ to take a position with a lumber  company at the coast.  Kitchener loses one of her best  citizens in the death of Allan Cameron, who was knocked unconscious  by a falling tree on Thursday last,  whiie at work with his father-in-law,  Omer Geroux, on a contract with the  Paulson Mason Companv- The accident happened just before the arrival  of the eastbound train in Kitchener  and the injured man was placed on it  going, fco the Cranbrook hospital.  Fortunately Dr. Henderson was also  on the train, and he gave the case.  eyery possible attention but to no  avail as Mr. Cameron never reached  consciousness and died before the  train reached Tahk. Of the deceased  it can well be said, he was honest, industrious, though of retiring disposi  tion, and enjoyed -the' highest -respect  of all who knew him. ^otw.ithsLand-  i^^iBia lQve->of t^^.quietih^a.^f_jSiis.  home hexiever failedj������-lefifl a helping  hand, ha all deservingica-qses. , Ha5was"  forty, years of age and leaves a wife  and two small children to mourn, bis  death. The" high esteem-in which deceased was "held Fn .the large attendance of Kifconener people at the fune-  ral which was held at Cranbrook on  Sunday who covered the coffin with  floral tributes. The deepest sympathy  of all goes out to Mrs. Cameron and  the children, as well as hea- parents,  Mr, and Mrs. Geroux, who reside here.  There was a meeting of the*Berry  Growers' Co Operative on Monday  night, at which the chief business was  the signing of entitrifcCi-d;  G:~ W. Taylor  arrived    back   from  Lethbridge, Alta.,  on   Thursday,  ac- ���������  companied by his family  Mr. Foxall returned' to Kimberley  on Tuesday, after spending Easter  with.his family here.  Messrs Douglas Butterfield and Cecil  Moore were here for the masquerade  on Saturday night, returning to Galloway on Monday^  Ken. Dewar, who was here for a few  -days last week, returned eo Bellevue.  Alta., on Sunday.  Miss Mas-fe Hook and little sister.  Ethel, arrived from' Spokane on Sunday to spend Easter ^holidays with  their grandmother, Mrs. J. J. Gr-tdy.  Tbe Ladies' Aid had a most successful time with their Easter bazaar on  Saturday, the intake being over $100.  When all expenses are paid there  should be a- splendid balance which.  we understand, will be used * in tbe  erection of a church.  The   United   Farmers   masquerade  ball on Saturday night was a most enjoyable   affair.     The oostumes   were  many and varied and real good. - Percy Owles as a darkie from "down souf *  carried    off  the' gent's ��������� comic   prize,  wbilst-the ladies' comic went to  Mrs.  Sadler and Mrs. Rosindale, as s Darby  and Joan".   They were well disguised  and mystified many as'to who they  were.   The  prize for the ladies* test  and prettiest. costume went to Miss  Butterfield, who   was   costumed as a  Spanish Gipsy.   The. best dressed gent  was Walter Carr, who was attired, in  full evetsicg dress.    He was certainly  It, and  the glad rags suited him  to  ���������*-V������"* "-**      "-^Zf  Desired Tonnage Bookek  Up till Wednesday 105 of the  desired 200 cars tonnnage desired by  the Union had been signed up aud no  fear is entertained as to fche required  tonnage being booked. The big co*  operative reached its objective on Friday night, with ashowlng of almost  84 per cent., and if fche Creaton offer is  accepted it will mean the big new selling concern will have control of 00 per  cent, of the B. C. fruit output.  Anglican Church Services  SUNDAY.  y-tit *t->*t. ���������r������. fn, ���������**���������������% .y> 1* -*������  O������h Jtt** A Oi.**  APRILS  Ear ly Season at Kuskanook  Mrs. M. G Jones of \ Kuskanook,  who was a week-end guest at the i-ec-  tory with Rev. H. and Mra. Varley,  brought along proof positive that fche  season in that section is much earlier  than hero, in the shape of several  bunches of outdoor grown green  onlontf that showed a'growth of at'  toast six Inches. Tbey wero of course,  fche winter variety, but she also has  bhe spring planting of lettuce, radishes  and onions up already.  Athletic Club Formed  A very pretty'wedding-was. solemnized at Bellevue. Alta., by Rev. H*.  Peters, on March S&th*. at fche home of  Mr. and Mrs. H. Bathie, when Mr.  Kenneth Dewar and Miss Merle Bathie  were joined in wedlock. Mr. Dewar  was supported by his brother, Donald,  as best man, while the bride was supported by Miss Hilda Inglas. Mr.  Dewar is one of fche boys who helped  make Bellvue famous in the hockey  world. Ifc is understood that Mr. and  Mrs. Dewar'intend to make their"  home in Bellevue for the present and  their many friends join, in wishing  them a happy and prosperous married  life. ��������� Z-'" '  " -  Whole and Crashed  8 and 11 a.m., 7.80 p.m.        8 p.m.  Thoro was a good turnout, particu  larly of boys from 1]  to 10 yeara of  ago. at tho meeting on Tuesday night  tn tho Part eh Unit'for the purpos������ off  organizing un athletic club, Until  suoh time as more equipment la available the club will devote much of Its  effort to boxing, bug punching, etc.,  with plenty of road work as moon ns  tbo travailing, is good. Fred Bon ban  was confirmed In tho pouiyom of instructor and fche organization get* off  to a most entnuaiautic start aEong  Hues that tho boyo hav^ approved of.  Are the standard of  quality for Western Canada.  Better oats cannot be  purchased at any price,  Tho" first car off * AP  STANDARD to be offer-  for sale in Creaton this  year will be unloaded this  week.  PRICES:    $2.15 and $2.25.  Orcsston Fratt Growers  MM ��������� ������������������ 0 0 **  bb xii tun     il iittitt-ftn  URioOi Liiiroo  i;si.>  ���������  SB  saa  *^"^(ll^^"^E^<jf*j^1  'B>['j!!W!PWIH1 THE   -REV-TEW,    OBESTON,   B.    G.  illALITV-FOOD'  It's not volume, but quality  |   in diet that aids healthful  growth.  Scott's Emulsion j  is a quality-food that  many need to help tide  over times of weakness. It's rich in the  precious vitamines.  AT ALL DRUG STORES  PRICE, S1.30 and 65c.   2t-2s i  L  If   W W "SP8--*****. **nF3"������v WSI  *"*i"N.fr"  iniiiflj'iu'ia.i^  GOLD  -BY-  '  WILDER ANTHONY  Canadian   Rights    Arranged   "With  Publishers,    F.    *D.    Gooac-hild   Co..  2CG   King   St.   "West,   Toronto.  ::  ��������� i  (Continued)  chapter.vir.  The Old Trail  For another mile Wade followed the  main, road and then diverged sharply  to the left into what was known as  the old, or upper, trail. This-*"had  ���������formerly been the valley road' until  made dangerous by a wash-out a year  or two previous. In the following  spring the wash-out.had bcen partially  repaired, but the going was still "so  rough that the new road was widened  and had been used by preference ever  sineer The old trg.ll, however, was  nearly four, miles tlie shorter of the  two, and was still traveled-in cases of  emergency, although to do so at speed  ami in the dark was hazardous.  Wade's promise to Dorothy to take  good care of himself had been made  with mental reservation, for, obsessed by his anxiety over Santry, the  young ranchman was in no mood to  spare either himself or his horse. His  going was marked by a constant shower oi' atones," sometimes behind him,  as the wiry eayv.se climbed like a  mountain goat; but as often in front, as  horse and rider coasted perilously  down some declivity. The horse  sweated and trembled with nervousness, as a frightened child might, but  never refused to attempt .what its  master demanded of it. One might  almost say that there existed a human  Understanding between man and beast  as to the importance oH their errand; 1  a common pulse, which urged them  onward.  When Wade refiecied' that Dorothy,  too, had come over that trail by night  in hfs  interest, he  thought  her more  than ever a wonderful girl.      Even to  one born and raised    in    the    cattle ?  country, the trip would have been dif- '  licult;  but then lie realized that Dora- j  thy   seemed   much   like   a   ranch-bred |  Kill in her courage and frank wcmian-1  linens, nor wa.s she any less charming  on That account. Alter all, he thought,  women  paid   too  highly   for  little   ac- j  fomplislunents.  ii'  io gain them they  had    to    sacrifice    ihe vital points ol*  crharncier.       lie   could   not   help   but  contrast   Helen's   insistence   that   she  should  be  escorted back to tlie hotel  with Dorothy's  brave  ride  alone, and  while lie was 100 loyal to Helen "Rexhill ;.o blame k������-r in this respect, the  thing   made   a   deep   impression  upon  htm.  Th-- way was lung, and he had lime  for many  thoughts.      It  was  natural:  in  ihe. stiH  night,   wiih  Dorothy  only  a   Itrtt**-- while gone,    that    he   .should j  think   tenderly   oi   her,   for   this   cost;  Santry   "nothing.       For   San"ry,   Wade  was  reserving not.  -thought but action.  He v.-;t.*;   rcjak'ng  up his   mind   thai  if  Moran     had     f^k^n  -h*- foreman  into  ���������rtsito-*!y   on   a   "rumpod   up   charge   of  rnu!-<]*���������)-.     the     a^oru     should   feel  the  jn.\v.--z- c.-; ;h gr--;*:������'-r tribunal than any  r-riTj,-*   ir;   th"  locality-- the   law  ol' it,n j  ."���������*��������� t mng   Arm!        Ih.-hjtul   him   in   lli is? -, .  t"���������'.*���������>   ranchman   kn^w,   wa.n   tho   wljote |  of  ihe   ciitrie   f-tct jon.   and   :*inoc   war I  ahd ht-c-ri  ilirust   ujm.t   thorn  h������*  would'  nor. .top i.iT;tii  ti.*'- fi.'t  i-.iuif', whaiev.'T,  it   might   hn. Hi.      ron,-'.(;jonoo      Wiis'  clean, -'i'i? ht- had c-^vit-ti himself manfully in t!i (������������������<-��������� au.-���������.<������������������ r������!  jm -.wo. evnti to i he '  -.iilr.'i   v.i,.*;-.    !,!*: ".rr.     <��������� !���������.-, ���������??r-r.-.���������  ��������� h;u! '  Recordsin 1922  THE BEST YEAR IN ITS HISTORY  ~r ' y    '  ���������tt       . . . .. """ ���������'.  Results for Year Ended 31st December  Assurances in force   -   -   -   $631,404,869.49  Increase for year, $94,686,738.96  * , (Including Reassurances} .  Assets   -..'-���������--   -   -   -   -   174,088,858.32  Increase for year #44,716,730.99      '  Cash income    -' -    -   -   -   -   36,251322.13  Increase for year, $5444,172.97  Payments to policyholders   -    15,615,505.85  Surplus over all liabilities and capital   -    14,269,420.95  Increase for year, $3,885,511,85  New assurances issued and paid for  in cash  -   90,798,648.79  <*$$>  AVERAGE RATE OF INTEREST EARNED ^.27%  SUN LIFE  ASSURANCE COMPANY  OF CANADA  HEAD OFFICE: MONTREAL  He rode, at last, over the top oC the  ' I Divide and into the little draw that  led up to the ranch buildings, in the  windows ol! which lights gleamed.  With an imprecation at sight ol! them,-  he tied his horse to a post, and, re-  vol vcr In hand, crept toward the  house aa quietly as a Sioux.  Except for the light, there was no  sign of life about the place, and Wade  craftily advanced into the deeper  Kliiiclowrf close to the wall of the  house. Taking off his hat, so that  ihe crown might not betray him, he  peeped through a window. What he  saw made him clinch his fingers and  Krii   his  teeth in  rngo.  InsUle wero half a dozen mon, be-  i-.ido.s three of hin own ranch hands  who lay IrusHort np like turkeya In ono  put up a fight. Moran was there,  stretched comfortably on "Wade's own  cot, smoking a cigar. Once, lie looked directly toward the window at  which tlie watcher had placed himself  but the latter did not move. Instead  he fingered his gun and waited; ho  was not sure that he really wanted to  avoid detection; If. it came, Moran  would "pay;- and the rest; at the moment, did not seem to matter. lie  had forgotten Dorothy entirely.  But Santry was not there and this  fact puzzled Wade. The Sheriff waa  not there either, and presently it occurred to the cattleman that a part of  tho posse, with Santry, might have returned to Crawling Water over the  main trail. Probably Moran, with  the rest, was waiting for him.     The  RUflVreil  wn h :t t  ami    Ii'i',  ���������im!  i li>  nr (.������:  ivpHsal  "I Was Terribly Weak  After Baby Was Boni"-  Mra.   H.   McClure, " Nor-  -^kL.  wooJj   Ont., * writes:  "Alter my haby was Loin, I  was terribly weak and run  clown, with pains across my  back. *l had beard so much  of Dr, Chase's Nerve. Food I bal  I t-.c'itlrr] to Iry if. Three  l>--*:r- \L."Jrtr\ rrtCyZi, lo m;A:.  m* qnif������r strong nncl'wel! ai-airi.  I alio used \)r. Cbase'������ Ointment for ~ ranh which broke  out on tbe baby, and tbc rasb  di������.-i*pp������ared colmplrtely im" a  **hott lime-,"  ~~~rM%--    \0.~~~Mjc5L^~fM~-i ������3J   J.m JS-UMMi W JEa   MC %9%Mj~~~w  t*(y t'cn.u ������ how, n.11 tU'tsttt-t-m, or I������'**i*tmjiiiiw������ii, \t\nltm 4.) Vi,.r r������l������l., 'f^iiouro  corner of the room; doubtless thcy j mere thought of Santry already onhls  had been surprised h.. the posse be- way to Jail filled Wade with a "battling  loro   ihey had  opporl dully  to ..rim or   sense of rage, and creeplag from tho  house, lie examined tho Kurrounding  turf by the faint, rays of tho moon, lt  was badly cut up by tho feet of many  horses, and several minutes passed before Wade was really sure that a number of mounted men had taken the  trail back t.o town. Satisfied of this  at length, ho untied his "horse and  swung Into tho saddle.  Uoforn riding away he considered  Ihe advisability of driving ott tho  horse's belonging io Moran's party,  but there would mill ho others in the  foiTnl, and besides their absence,  when discovered, woyild give warning  of the Impending attack, . On second  thought, however, he quietly mtule Tils  way to the corrall aud caught a fresh  hon'.r <->. hi" own. When he hnd rn tidied It he set out ov������*r tho old trail  for the big pine.  When he reached 1hf������ rendezvous  hit) men we iv not ihere; hut. It now Eng  thnt he imiHl meet (hem If be followed the road Irom (here on he did not  slop. lie en nie upon 1hcnt In a few  minute?!, riding toward him at full  spfffd, with Tim Sullivan Jn tlio vim,  ton dmnli  In stand (reel, hut able to  balance   himself   on. a horse's baek,  drunk or sober.  "We come acrost Santry and the  SIrerift a while back," explained Big  Bob Lawson, one of Wade's own  punchers. "They must, be in town  by now. We was aimlh' to light into  ���������em, but Santry wouldn't hear of it.  Course, we took our orders from him  same as usual. Hc said to tell you  that you wanted to keep quiet, an"  that's whnt he aimed to do."  ' "He said we wasn't to tell you that  he didn't shoot them Swedes," put in  another of the men.  "What?" Wade demanded sharply.  "He said���������-Iiie!" broke in Tim Sullivan, with drunken gravity. "He said  ���������hie!���������that If you didn't know that  without���������hie!���������beln' told, you wasn't  nt>, friend of hls'n, an'���������hie!���������you  could go to lie 11."  "Shutup, you 'drunken rool!" Law-  son snapped out,  ���������STcnsen and his herder were shot. Jn  the back, they say. 'That eleavs Santry," Wade declared, and sat for some  moments in deep thought, while tho  men waited as patiently ns they could.  "Lawson," ho said, at last. "You'ro  in charge for tlio present:.     Tako tlio  h037s to the big pine and camp there  riuietly until I come hack. I'm going  into town."  "Hadn't you better take us with  you, boss? We'll slide. We're for  you an' Bill Santry aV ag'in' these���������  sheephorders, whenever you say the  ���������\vord."  "That's���������hic~-what we are!" Sullivan, hiccoughed.  Wade shook his head.  , (To be continued)  Cough?  Tako half, a teaspoon of "Min-  iwQ'a Liniment Inlernally In  moIansoB. Hont liniment and  rub well into afCectod part a for  external treatment?. Soothes���������  penetrates���������prevents.    ���������  Minard's  Liniment  The Family Medicine Client  reasons why you  should demand them  2.  3.  4.  5.  II.  7.  Djf for cut ond bettor  Stronger and safer  ���������Contain mo poison  n-ftt *r won't j������rm-w tfotm  withstand mora molnturc  Will rirtt filowniter use  Canadian mode for Canadians  i  W.     N.    V  r.t-i  ^VJELCTHk������iL J~~~~__~_J~~h~wm   jb^bh^aJmBlb*  'Dfem���������* ,mA 4dfc*i MATCHES  THE CANADIAN MATCH CO UMITED..MOJSTPEALIS  ���������������a i*v  ,;the:;;;:;:kkfie^- ; creston,   b.   c.  PRAISIN!  Miss    lor-is     Declares    It    Qompletely  Overcame    Indigestion,   Restoring  Lost' Weight ana  Full  Strength  "I never gave a statement fox anj  medicine in my life, but Tanlac helped  me so much I think it is only right 1  should tell about it/' declared Hiss  Margaret Ions, 440 ll**,.. St., N.W., Calgary, Alberta. . Miss Ions served  overseas in,the war and is a highly  respected and popular girl.  "I was in a badly run-down condition 'for a year," she said. "I fell off  -fifteen pounds and felt tired and worn  out all the time. My appetite left me,  the little I did manage to eat didn't  seem to do me a-.particle of good, and  I suffered terribly from indigestion.  My nerves were all unstrung, I could  get no restful sleep, and I really don't  believe I ever saw a welt day.  ���������*'"  "But two bottles of Tanlac changed  things completely. I began to pick  up at once, have gained five pounds,  and never ������e]t better. My-nerves are  steady, I sleep soundly, and iny indigestion is gone. ' It is a pleasure to  recommend Tanlac."  Tanlac is for sale by all good druggists.  Over 35-million bottles ������old.  To. Encourage Settlement  ��������� At the annual convention of the  Saskatchewan'Grain Growers' a resolution was passed asking that "every  possible encouragement be given by  our Government to desirable settler'  immigrants."  j   INDIGESTION, GAS,  ������������������������**������������+������������������+������fr*+������++fr������-������-*-4������+ + ������fr>������*4 ������������������������*���������������������������������*  Mi% T. B. Macaulay. F.I.A., FJLS.,  President and Managing Director of  the Sun Life Assurance Company of  Canada.  !^NADIANNAb  g^L - 04 t.-iZtt   ������:*������.-���������������'*������ a*?*?      ������i������-������  at'^J/k  fSiinnTmatmm. ������   '      "    I.l        * '    *   | ���������^'ifflB "  KiJgSTHE WKITEST.UGH*������2|  3!  *  \  UPSET STOMACH  Instantly!"'Tape's Diapepsm"  Corrects Stomach so  Meats Digest  ��������� I ������>������������������! ll>������H������lHHIIII>Him������)IIHI)|Himnl  The moment you eat a tablet of  "Pape's Diapepsin" your indigestion is  gone. No more distress from *a .--our,  acid, upset stomach. No flatulence,  heartburn, palpitation, or misery-making gases. Correct your digestion for  a few cents. Each package guaranteed by druggist to overcome stomach  trOu*ble. ������������������.:"*""' --.*������������������  A woman's idea of a model husband Is one who takes house-cleaning philosophically.      .   _  .Sun Life Assurance Co.  Record of Business Gives Demonstration of Stability of the Company    *  The financial statement of the Sun  Life "^Assurance Company of Canada  for the year 1922, published this week,  must be regarded as highly satisfactory from every measure of progress  a.nd prosperity. Its items, relating  both to development and strength,  show striking advances over previous  records, especially those in connection  with total business in force and"assets,  indicating that a policy of large-scale  expansion has been accompanied by  prudent and economical management.  After allowing for cancellations,  death and maturity claims, etc., assm>  ances in force reach a total of $631,-  404,869, this being by far the greatest  amount outstanding on the books of  any Canadian Life Company. This  figure represents an increase of $94,-  686,738, the greatest advance ever i*ec-  orded by the Company In a twelvemonth period. Another notable item  is that relating to cash income from  premiums, interest, etc., which reaches  a new high-water mark of $36,251,322,  representing an increase of $5,144,172  over the year 1921.  duar&rsfeed to be fhe purest*  &nd best baking powder possible  to prodace.^Because o? the purity  &nd high qaaJiiy o? the ingredienfa  o? lUcxgic SaMng Powder itb  leaven jng Qu&liiiee? evre perfect  and ii i5 fher^orfe economical-  EWiGILLETT COMPANY UMITED  TORONTO/CANADA.  -WINNIPEG  HONTREAI,  Eight wooden freighters built in  war time are anchored permanently  in the harbor at Kobe, Japan, as  warehouses.  STORMY WEATHER  HARD ON BABY  mt~~m~~~^~ma^mm^  The stormy, blustery weather which  we have~ during February and March  is extremely hard on children. Conditions make it necessary for. the  mother to keep them in the house.  They are often confined to overheated-,  badlyventilated rooms and catch colds  which rack their whole system. To  guard against this a box of Baby's  Own Tablets should be kept in the  house and an occasional dose given  the baby to keep its stomach ahd  bowels working regularly. This will  not fail to break up colds and keep  the health of the baby in good condition till the brighter days come along.  The Tablets are sold by medicine  dealers or by mail at 25 cents a box  from The Dr. "Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  '.,- And Dear At Any Price  It is said that the salaries of Lenine and Trotsky are the equivalent  of $12 a week each, thus confirming  /the suspicion that Russia was paying them more than they were  worth.���������Cleveland Piaindealer.  All mothers can put away anxiety  regarding their suffering children  when they have Mother;Graves' Worm  Exterminator to give relief. Its effects are sure and lasting.    t  A free country is one where half  the population is forever trying to  force the other half . to do something.  .**.���������  <& .   - ...     .--.-.,,���������,:: -        '  MOTflERIiOVE  CHILD'S BOWELS  $10,000,000 For Wireless  Announcement is made that the  Marconi Company will erect a wireless station at Vancouver at an estimated cost of $10,000,000, so that  direct communication may be established with Europe and Oriental  points. Another station will also be  erected at Montreal to link up Canada with the United Kingdom and  continent. l; ~.  May 29, 1922, was the  lS6th anniversary of the birth of Patrick Henry.  For Fascinating Eyes  Make the Use of Murine a  Daily Habit. Th Is Refreshing Eye  Lotion soon Makes Eyes Clear.  Radiant, Beautiful! Harmless.  Enjoyable. Sold by All Druggists.  Tour to Hudson's Bay  Prominent   Business   M������n   to  Charter  Vessel and Investigate Conditions  First Hand  Some prominent men of tlie west  have formed the Hudson Bay Tourist  Syndicate for the specific purpose of  organzing a tour, leaving Montreal on  August 1 next, for Fort Churchill on  Hudson Bay, the probable terminal;of  the Hudson Bay Railway.  It is expected that over 300 will  avail themselves of the opportunity of  seeing this much discussed locality  and that the navigability of the Bay  and Strait will be settled beyond  doubt, once and for all. A specially  chartered Atlantic passenger steamer  is being arranged for. Full particulars of the tour will be made later.  B.C  Apples  In  Britain  First    Shipment    at    Yorkshire    Port  Gets Ready Sala  .    Particular  interest   was   shown  in  the  arrival at Hull .-of a large consignment of British Columbia apples,  this    being    the    first    shipment    of  apples from the Pacific coast to that  port.   The fruit was in first-class condition and attracted a big gathering of  buyers when it was put up at auction^  :   Hull is rapidly establishing a first-  class position in connection with the  fruit trade.     It is a main distributing  centre for Yorkshire  arid the Northern Midlands and for re-exports to tho  continent.  it  California  Fig Syrup"   is  * Child's Best Laxative  Do not ruffe*  another day -mU~  Itchlne. Bleeding! or Protrnd-  tvvm   tX4S cm Vtsa  surgical operation required.  Dr. Chase's Ointment will relieve yon ae one*  and afford lasting beaeflS. 60c a "bor; all  dealers, or Sdmansoa, Bates & Co., "Limited.  "Toronto. Sample Box free IS you mention this  paper and enclose 2c. stamp to pay postage.  MONEY ORDERS  Buy   your   out  oi   town  supplies with  Do*  minion   Express   Money   Orders.       Fire  dollars costs three cents.  HELP WANTED  Minard's Liniment used by Physicians  In New Zealand have been found  two kauri trees each containing  twice as much sawabio timber as  the largest California tree.  TfoereV Solid Comfort  in Healthy Nerves  (13  WHEN you envy the calm and  serene person who always  looks ao comfortable Just remember  thai: his condition is the result of  healthy nerves and sound,, refreshing sleep.  If you are nervous and irritable  ���������if you cannot sleep ������t night���������avoid  tho use of tea and coffee, which m-any*  people cannot drink without serious  harm to their nerves, and consequent interference with health and  comfort.  Drink, instead, delicious.Instant  Postum���������the wholesome, healthful  table beverage that safely charms  m*kil -atOitl&fiiea-  SEKL US YOUR SPAJOE TIME. YOU  can earn Fifteen to Fif ty. "Dollars  Weekly writing; show cards at home.  No canvassing. Pleasant, profit*  able profession, easily, quickly  learned by our simple graphic block  system. Artistic ability Tunneees-  6-ary. We instruct you and supply  ���������you work. . Wilson Methods, "Ltd..  DepL. 99. Toronto, Canada.  Hurry Mother! A teaspoonful cf  "California Fig Syrup" now will thoroughly clean the little bowels, and in a  few hours you havo a well, playful  child again. Even if cross, feverish,  bilious, constipated or full of cold,  children love its "fruity" taste, and  mothers can rest easy because it never  fails to work all tho souring food and  nasty bile right out of the stomach  and bowels without griping or upsetting the child.  Tell your druggist you want only  the genuine "California Fig Syrup"  which has directions for babies and  children of all ages printed on bottle.  Mothei*, you must say "California."  Refuse any imitation.  To  End  War  U.S. Senator Would Outlaw War Ey  International Agreement  A proposal to outlaw war b> international agreement was made in a  resolution introduced in the U.S. Senate by Senator Borah, Idaho.  Hla resolution provides that cu**h  nation regard as a public crime and  agree to indict and punish its "own  International war breeders, instigators  and war profiteers."  1  After Every Meal  Top of ff each meal  with a nit ol  sweet in the form  of WRIGLEY'S.  If satisfies fhe  sweet tooth and  aids digestion.  Pleasure and  benefit combined..  CHILDREN  A great calco mado in Prussia in  1730 was Ci feet long, 21 feetwlde and  l',& feet thick.  a* BBVCbbax  mt4t***0*mlm!!jm.  etHv-eZttittU-,  ml^l~m~~7m~mr  A.t your grocor's in saalod. Jtir-ti'ilht tin*  lllStSLOt JrOStlllll gOR health  A Koii-frotm   fctamplw  tin of  inatamt hilvm ���������*���������������*, poat**-  E>nl<S,ifaff*������o IfiBtampn. wtltti  *'Ther0*$ a Reasw"  it       Can*dl������n Poatum C������r������*l Co., *Umlu>d. 43 Front 8t������ B., Toronto. Factoryt WindSor, Ont.  4vmm4H00m~m~-0tini0i0t-00yfnttmt  Stop the Cough.���������Coughing' Ib caused by irritation in the respiratory past-sages and iu tho effort to dislodge obstructions that caine from inflammation of the mucous membrane. Treatment with Dr. Thomaa" Eclecirio Oil  will allay tho inflammation and in  conaoauonce tho cough will usually  atop.   Try lt and you wlSl be satisfied,  ���������' OWf* rrrrfrrri "n*! rm ~r v n ��������� -min n nimrnri i r in m im  A newly hatched oynter Is about  .0025 of an Inch long.        m  Mlnard'a    Liniment    for    Coma  Warts  and  Back to Work  Kendall'a Spavin Trtatmemf -will eel that  l������m������ horaci back on tha lab afaln.   Far  *h������������r������ th������n forty jcrss os. Kend&U'fi Spavla  Cure It ha������ been removing apavina, ���������pltnt,  ringbone, thorouchpta and *J1 kinda of  bodv gtowtna,  GtHf *t vettst ttrunbtm- iaimti alt* ihtfrtt  ���������������������* "A Ttttstlte mn thi FUrte tsnJt hit  lJlt-tt~sct . ~t utile tllrtet fa  DR.  M. J.  KENDALL COMPANV,  Enoabura rails, VI., U.S.A.  Kendall's  m.-*r^~W-t3t* tit n M ���������        ll "T���������^I 1**1^3 ITlW.  Jsriitirlcm"*  _t~~a~imami00atiiii04m~m~0i0t*i*.  IJOOK  ON  IXKJ  "DISKAHKS  a.t>d   \tte~~-   to   "Food  "MaJl^tt   ifrtsm   t������ mty  .AMreaa by tha  Author  ���������jt. cijA.tr ur.ovj*;it  C**0     TNO  a a*  vi-eat  2-i tit   fit.,  T-rnvt    'J'orH,    U.S.A.    |  w,   k.   v. - miii  jHirtWiwwiiiiWi  ahwiiii  Ufaatua  ������������������HI THE  CKESTON   REVIEW  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued^v&rylklday at Creston, B.C.  ii1*������cr,Pki<**^$2.5Q,iyeat* in advance.  $3.0ft to TJ.&. points.  , PC F. Hayes. Editor and Owner,  CRESTON. B. C, FRIDAY , APRIL   6  ] Give? Credit Where Dae  ' "    ^T Jl'  . Now. that .the fruit selling situation as it effifctsHne Whole province  is: looking much brighter, due the  successful -flotation, of ti^e Co  o^eratiye Growers of B.C., Limited*  and with<-contracts coming into the  TTiiion in^uafltity that.assures that  Cieston Valley will have co operative selling through one organization of at least 80 per cent, of the  local tonnage, the present would  sepm to be opportune to give credit  where credit is due, for in some  measure at least, for helping bring  al-jout the ^ present satisfactory  looking state of affairs.  iWhiie . individual ranchers, and  those serving on the two growers'  committees, have all lent a very  helpfuL hand, yet it seems to us  m$ch ������fpe$i&' for giving the right  turn at^tbe right time to events  that haye since developed into the  present  satisfactory   local   market.  ing  situation   in  full measure  be  longs   tc   retiring   president   Con--  stable  of Crestrn   Fruit  Growers  Union.  . Both at   the annual   meeting of  the Union   as well as the first big  growers   meeting   his   advocacy of  "whatever   marketing   policy   you  may  adopt   do   it   100   per   cent,  strong in the valley," had a marked  effect   in   tempering  tbe   ardor   of  those who at the first would have  nothing   but   the big  co operative,  wh ilst his stand at the fi rat gro wers  meeting   that   he was not at that  time  convinced that   the   Co-ojperi  ative   Growers, Limited, would   be  the   marketing   cure-all   many   at  that   time insisted  he should   pro  claim it. due to his heading; cooper  ative selling iu   the"Valley as well  as being on the temporary directorate of the   big  co-eperatave, was a  still  more  decisively   contributing  factor in accomplishing the  present  splendid Valley get-together.  Or, to   state  it   briefly, had   Mr.  Constable come back  from Vernon  detirmmed to have the big co-oper  ative   or    nothing���������as   many   de  manded he shonid���������-=~~\he Review has  no   hesitation   in   saying   thac  the  present    merger    of    local   selling  agencies would have been -quite im  I possible.-   ���������������������������'-*.  And the Review has no hesitation in adding that Mr. Constable  took the stand he did, fully knowing the consequences and some unpopularity, in order to promote the  n&ubh desired unity that has come  about, and insists that when credit  is Being given for the favorable  state of affairs that obtain in the  Valley the former Union manager  shall have a full share of that  credit.  Whatever his shortcomings in  other directions Mr. Constable has  done the Valley a service all too  few seem to appreciate���������a service  that should -assnre harmony and  prosperity where nothing, short of  ill-will and disaster must have  ensued had' he acted other than he  has done.  No, we are not trying to rush the, season, but our  porting  ve Arrive  Kaslo Pastor Commends  Methodist Parsonage  Kaslo ~ "'  March 27, 1923  Editob Review:  Sir,���������Just a few lines to say  lipw much I appreciated your  editorial, "Now is the Accepted  Time." Jt is worthy of being  extensively copied. There is no  argument of real value again tt  union. The spirit of the New  Testament and the force of social  Makes a strong appeal to the discriminating buyer who desires a  fully Modern, Good Looking and Economical Car ai moderate cost  It adequately fills the demand  as a means of transportation  from place to place in dignified  and comfortable manner at  : the lowest possible operating!  cost. See it, ride in it, drive  yourself, compare it and see  why CHEVRGX.ET enjoys the undisputed right to leadership as manufacturer of  THE WORLS^S LOWEST-PRICED FULLY-EQUIPPED AUTOMOBILE  Five Passenger Touring $895.00 f.o.b. CJreston '  I  SPALDING'S���������Baseballs, Bats, Gloves, Tennis  Racquets, Tennis Balls, Rule Books, etc.  Be sure to look our stock over.    Prices are reasonable.  This is certainly the nlace to buv vour athletic outfits.  Hfe are in a position to make a special offer to Baseball.  . and Tennis Clubs* saving you at least 20 per cent.  Get our SpecialySpalding  Club  Catalogue.  You will save money bo doing so..  SEE OUR   WI&BOW FOR SAMPLES  EATTIE-OATWAY, Ltd.  Headquarters for Baseball and Tennis Svpplies  gravity cannot be much longer  withstood. But the issues are  such that anything with the  least suspicion of. undue haste,  alarms some nervou s souls -who  believe in safety first or wait and  see. I am glad to know that the  special. services have at least  proven that the two different  congregations can worship together with profit.  Yours sincerely,  ROBERT HUGHES:  the amount of - fruit fromthat section is not a large factor.'ZZ���������*.**y-Z-Z"-  It -will be interesting indeed to  follow the attitude of the Co-operative commit tea in taking up the  Creston matter seeing that the  growers in that section have framed their . own " special agreements  and desire a sort of Co operative  membership -which apparently will  give them all the benefits of Cooperation without any of the risks  The Creston Point of View  The  LIDGATE BROS.  Exclusive CHEVROLET Dealers  ^uOImAIENCIING April 2nd The Review  will inaugurate  a  new policy in connection  with Pay Reading Notices  j        In the past the plan has been to charge up the nominal half-dollar or six bits  ���������according to length.  So long as payment is made in advance these charges appear to be satisfactory  jail round.  ������ '..-*���������  But of late there is a tendency, particularly with church organizations, to have  these notices* rsharged, and "duns" mailed.  And, worse still, on more than one occasion we have had to wait three months  or more before payment was made.  The Review hates bookkeeping, but if people insist on having credit in cases  of this sort they must pay for it fn future.  With the issue of April 6th lhe rule will be to CHARGE DOUBLE  PRICE for all Pay Notices on which accounts have to be mailed  at the end of each month.  People who havc occasion to telephones V.xy Notices   must Kettle   for same  before the end of the month.  [Penticton Herald. 1  Since Mr. D.W. Sutherland's return from Creston, -when he gave  us the information that the Kootenay district merely desired the  right to sell directly through^., its.  own local to the adjacent mining  districts, we have receved a copy of  tiie Creaton Review.     *s ^ i_  .*,-;���������' The Oreston paper contains" an  account of a rec^nt~-v';imeeti-ng:- in  Creston and indicates exactly whatj  it is that the Creston growers desire.  For the benefit of our readers,  we reproduce the Creston story in  another colomn, because the Creston area, although representing less  than five per "cent of the total tonnage iti the Cooperative's area, is at  the present quite an important factor. With the Co-operative just on  the verge of eighty per cent, each  additional possible gair is "naturally  of considerable interest.  This is about wha9 Creston desires: The right to use the well  ���������l-known "O'K brand," freedom from  any necessity of pooling its fruit  with any other district under a district name (presumsbly any other  Kootenay district is meant), freedom from the proposed charge of.[  five per cents per box for the purchase of paoking plants of the holding company and one per cent per  bos reserve aooount, freedom to  make sales of produce, the prefierv-  ation of any geographical, freight  and other advantages which it may  have, also that any sales made by  the Co-operative on account of the  Creston looal shall be paid direotly  to the looal and not through the  Central.  In other words, the Creston union  would bo willing to havo tho big  Co-operative sell what fruit it can  for Creston on an agenoy basis for  whioh it would receive commission.  Oreston fruit would have tho benefit  of the Co-operative selling organization and the "O K" label, but  Creaton would preserve its own  identity and would not share any  of tho expense or responsibility in  connection with the holding oom  pany or tlie reserve account.  Wo do not see very muoh cooperation in suoh a proposal as this,  and. in reply to tho suggestion Prom  the Kootenay centre about itq geographical location, it is readily  pointed out that tho Pan tuition  area, for instance, haa a geographical advantage insofar as the Coast  or export trade is oonoorned, but wo  do not demand any particular concessions on that soora. We havo  gono into tbe Co-operative whole  heartedly and with no reservation a*  However, it is better to havo  ������orn������ mr\, ���������>! a colIins c.TTCJ~.gi.m6i~i. S  with and for Creseon rather than "  to be "bucking" Creston growers  * on tho open markot, oven although  land Aet iim-sfgtfineitfs  Minimum -price of   Orst-class   land  reduced to $5 an. acre; second-class tc  f2.50 an acre. -���������'���������������������������  Pre-emption now confined to' surveyed lands only.-  Records wiii be granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purposes  and which������s non-timber land.  Partnership- pre-emptions aboltehed.  but parties of. not more than -Tour may  - an-ange fdr * adjacent' 'pre-emptions  with jolnt..realdence. .but-each-making  necessary improvements on respective  claims. -9'    .  Fre-emptors must occupy claims for  five years and make Improvements to  value of $10 per acre, including clearing- and cultivation of at leasts acres.  before receiving- Crown Grant.  Where pre-emptor in occupation not  less than S years, and has made proportionate improvements, he may, because of ill-health, or other cause, be  granted intermediate certiflcate of. Improvement and transfer bis claim.  Records without permanent residence may be issued, provided applicant makes improvements to. extent of  $800 per annum and records same each  year. Failure to make improvements  or record same will operate aa forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained in  less .than 5 years, and improvements  of |10,00 per acre, Inclrf&lns' 5 acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  of at least 2 years are required, s.  Pre-emptor ��������� holding1 Crown jjrant  may record another pre-emption, if he  requires land In conjunction with his  . farm*, without actual occupation, provided statutory Improvements made  and- residence maintained on Crown  granted land.  TJnsurveyed areas, not -exceeding 20  -acres,-may   be  leased  as  homesltea;  title to be obtained after fulfilling residential and Improvement conditions.  XV>r gracing and Industrial purposes  areas exceeding 440 aores may be  leased by one person or company.  Mill, factory or Industrial sites qn  timber land not exc*edin*p- 40 acres  may be purchased- conditions include  payment of otumpage.  Natural hay meadows Inaccessible  by existing roads may be purchased  conditional upon construction of a road  to them. Rebate of one-half of coat of  . road, not exceeding half o*t-4������umhase  price, ia made.  PRE-EMPTORS'      PfteCC      ORANTB  A AOT.  ..The scope of this Aet la enlarged to  . include au persona iolninjr and serving with His Majesty's Jforcea. The  time within which the heirs or devisees  of a deceased pre-emptor may apply  for title under thia Act la extended  from for one year from (the death of  suoh person,, as formerly, until one  year after the oonolualon of the present  war. This privilege Is also mado -*.  troacttve. Jb  No fees relating to pre-emptions are  due or payable l������y soldiers on preemptions recorded after -June &9, 1918.  Taxes are remitted for five yearn,  Provision for return or moneys accrued, due and bean paid since August  i, 1014, on- aooount of payments, fees  or taxes on soldlera* pre-emptions.  Interest on agreements to purohewo  t-Qr.~- or oJly Boto httld by members of  Allied Woroea. or dependenta, acquired  direct or indlreot, remitted from en-  Hatment to March 11. 1B10.  OUB-PUHCHAlSffM  OF CROWN  Provision made for issuance of  <Jrown arranta to vub-pui-ohaaera of  Crown Lands, acquiring rights from  purchasers who. failed    to    complete  Klurches*. Involving- forfeiture., ou ful-  llment of conditions of pnrchnn-n. in-  ere do not claim -whole ef original parcel, purchase ���������nrloe due and taxea may  ba dlatrlbutad proportionately over  whole area. A-ppjIoatlone must be  made by M-ay 1. luO.  {BRACING, ���������������������������  draslng Aot. .1919, to* systematic  -development off .livestock, industry provides for grating districts and range  ���������tfmlnlstrsttoa under Commissioner.  Annual graBlng permits issued based  an wumbera rangedf nrtorMv for ������*���������������������������������������!-.  iuitieni owners. Htoolc-owners may  torta Associations for range man-iige-  meB't. wr~~t. or partially free, periulla  for gottlers, oasapfers or traveltere, up  to ies head. ��������� 0*   I  /  THE  CJiESTON BEYIEW  f  MS. ADLARD  \ PAINTER  WALLPAPER SAMPLES  CRESTON  Harness and  Shoe Reoairs  I have now opened the  .  store   in   the   Postoffice  Block and am competent  and ready to do all kinds  of leather repairs.  LINES, HARNESS and  HARNESS PARTS  turned omt an short notice  See me for low quotations  on new Harness for  Spring.  FREDBENHAM  Esfellislti iSlSet tfe������ Rrfeg Lioe  s School  Report for March  HIGH   SCHOOLr-C.    M.    rirousson.  . B.Sc.B "Principal.  Enrolment 17,  Average attendance, 15.52.  Highest Standing: Junior Matriculation���������"Violet Morrow. Advanced-  Sydney Bell.  Division II.���������J. D. Siddons, Teacher.  Enrolment 9.  Average Attendance, 7.98.  Highest Standing���������Claaa- Morrow,  Evelyn Unary. Gladys Webster, Kathleen Liittlejohn, Robert Moore. JSdith  "Davies. Signe Nelson, Edith Palfrev-  ������artat Richard Penson. -  Fn trance Class���������E-arohnent 19. Average attendance ia48. Highest  Standing���������*E3ith Crawford, * Donald  Young Anatetta MacDonald, James  Cherrington,, Ivin Compton, ISvelyn  j Bevan, Herbert Manuel, Ivan Staples.  | Charles Holmes, Dean Peairs, Olaf  Piiyne, Helen Moore, Harold Payne,  Ben Crawford, Marion Leacsnontb,  Louise Romano, Ollie Christie, Elson  Lidgate, Eric Lytic  Laya! Orange Lodge,Ho. 2095  Meets THIBD THURSDAY of  each   month   at   Mercantile  Hall.   Visiting brethren cordi-  *���������    ally invited.  ERIC OLSON W-M;  J^^gg   JMfflFSSrVl&r   'w^Slv^ffifflillffl  F. Smith, Principal.  Enrolment 32.  Highest standing: Entrance Class���������  Harry Webster, George Winch. Joyce  Moore. Fourth Reader���������Eileen Bendy. lG!ittsr<}]ss?3. Annie Smith.  Perfect Attendance���������Nadine Bell.  Harvey. Gobbett. Elmer Ol&onV Roth  Lidgate, Delvin Payj^e, Albert Sherwood. George Winch, Harry Webster.  Men's Half Soles, $1.25  WomenrsHalfSoles,$1.00  Guaranteed for 6 months.  Division 11.���������Miss Visiters, Teacher.  Enrolment 27. .7  Highest Standing:   Senior Third���������  William     Bush,     Clarence    Staples,  Dorothy Rycknijun.    Junior Third���������  Eric   Martin, Arthur   Couling,   Dick [  Randall. *���������    *���������    '-.";���������*.      7* ���������'"'"���������'.'���������������������������!  Highest Standing���������William Bush,  Eva. Christie. Fred Christie. Arthur  Couling. Alex. Henderson. Jessie  Learnjontb, William Manuel. Eric  M������rtin. Charlie Moore, MaHon Mae  donald, Ervin Olsen. Dick Randall,  Dorothy Ryckman. Harold Speers.  Clarence Staples, Edith Wilam, Lily  Wilson. ..'...  Dishtnan5 Jean McCreath. Senior  Second Reader ~ B-r-Frank Crawford,  Norma Peairs,,Hazel Hopwood.  - Highest Standing���������^Lyda Christie,  Frank - Crawford, - .Lionel Downe?,  Marion Etnhree, Mary Goodwin, Jean  McCreath."~lda Lewis, Edith Lewis,  Ethel Lewis; Madeline Moore, Jean  Henderson. Beryl Nichols, Walter  Nickel. Randall Payne, Alice Ryckman, Lila Ryckman, Betty Speers,  Aileen Spratt. -Dorothea Spratt, Hazel  Hopwood, Freda Di������hznan.  Division IY.���������Miss Moore. Teacher.  Enrolment. 38.  "Highest Standing:  Senior Second B  ���������Lillian     Trevelyan,     Beth     West,  Konsteen   Wittman     and    Kathleen  Mawson    equal.   *.   Junior     Second���������  Y3.*-var*������������l������3   62-St-fcl-ici     V ^tl������k    l?>\v������aniar*>     ftfmrH-nn  *<mj,aaiaaH������   *o���������������������**���������*' ->*<:%    m ������w*������*/*%.    m. **#���������*. wiM������*Mf   ������������������������������������������ k-wa*  Foreman. First Reader���������Mary Maione,  Fa ye Pendry, Dorothy -Dunn and  Hubert "West equal.  Perfect Attendance���������Lynn Beazer.  Harold Beninger, Earl Christie. Irwin  Crosthwait, Thelma Hayden. Sally  Johnson, Margorie Learmonth, Jean  Fisher, Leila Foreman, Frances Lewis,  Kathleen Mawson, Frances Moore,  Gunnar Nelson,���������Hilda Payne, Amy  Webb. Hubert West. Faye Pendry.  Raymond Martin.  Division V.���������Miss Oreigbton.Teacher.  ~ Enrolment 38."  Highest Standing: A Class, Second  Primer���������Roland Miller, Herbert Couling, Andrew Miller. B Class, Second  Primer���������Mabel Johnson, Allen Spears,  Mary.Bennett. Beginner's Reader, C  Class���������Allan Staples, Helen Hopwood,  Charlie Huddle. iy  Omitted inFebriiary report: A Class  Second Primer���������Roland Miller. Andrew Miller, Jay Bliss.  Perfect Attendance ��������� Jay Bliss,  Meade -Beaaer, Herbert Couling.  Charlie Faas, Sidney Fisher, Jack  Gibbs, Charlie Huddle, Sidney Huddle  Mabel Johnson, Jim Johnston;*J"ask  Johnston, Hesper .Lewis, Lillian McMillan. Andrew Miller, Roland Miller.  Arthur Nichol, Lloyd~ Olson, Katie  P^yne. Arthur Speers, Allan Speers,  Allan Staples, Jack Young, Helen  Hopwood.'  the conirnunitv is extended. Buria|  took place at Creston cemetery on  Sunday morning.  Card of Thanks  Mr. J. J. Stinson and family take  this means of expressing their very  full appreciation of the many kindnesses and sympathy shown them in  the recent death of their nie and  mother.  weeks'    old  Geo. - Davie,  F>L.A~STERER  PL-AIM t& OKMAMENTAL.  GONOF-ETE WORK  (Canyon)      ERICKSON P.O.        B.  C.  Pigs  Fob  Sale:���������Six  April 16th.   1510 each.  Canyon.  Fob Sax-he:���������Power spraying outfit  with or -without truck.- W. Searle,  Canyon.  Hatching Eeos���������Purebred Burud  Rock eggn; 31.25 for settin������ of Id  eggs.   J. W. Vaness, Creston.  Fob Sale���������Pen of Barred Rock  Pullets, laying., and two year old  rooster.   J. W. \ a ness, Creston.  Egos Fob Hatching���������Purebred  White Wyandotte setting eggs, from  good winter layers,$1.25 per setting of  Msjfgs.    Carl Wigen, wynndel.  Horses Fob Sale���������Twenty good  work horses, match teams, young and  pound, weigh from 2800 to 3200. Haye  some good ranch horses. Canyon  City Tjimhiw Go.; Ltd., Crestcii.  Podm-by Fanciers���������"White Leghorn eggs for hatching from a heavy  .nying strain, $1 per setting of 15 eggs.  Baby chicks later. Mrs. Wearmouth,  Canyon0  White Wyandotte hatching eggs for  sale, from heavy laying winter pens  carefully mated. $1.50 per setting, or  $8 per 100. Mrs. C. A. Clark, Box 53.  Vulcan. Alta.  Is there any  4-  M  ATA  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, -Skc*  are always to be had  l*sr^r Is HSCBts -Qot-liinor  -quite equals 'Shamrock'  products.  r.  BURNS  Wanxsz*���������Contractor   to haul 5000  ties by piece.   &. J. Bayle, Creston.,  Division HI.���������Miss Wade, Teacher.  Enrolment 42.  Highest  Standing:    Senior Second  Reader    A���������Laura     Holmes,    Freda  Safe mmd Convenient  When Keraifiing Money  There to frequent necessity in business and persona!  affairei'lbar remitting money by mall. The safest and  fastest mediums for this pra-pose are Bank Drafts  and Mosey Ordexis. -; .���������  Ton cbb secure these at any branch, of ihe Imperial  Baafc^"-- drafts tor the larger amomiis, and Bank  Moie������7 Carders np to llfty dollars, nt  C.W. ALLAN,  OFCANADA  GRESTON BRANCH,  BANK  Man&ftsr.  Do Not Lose Interest  Death of Mrs. Stinson  -fay; delaying   to   deposit   your  mm  savings*  9  Have  you cannot visit ns  send your .deposits by mail,  tiie satisfaction of knowing tnat your  money is safely protected and is  earning interest regularly. ess  - The people of Erickson were shocked  on Saturday morning when word came  of the death of -t&Cp. Joseph Stinson.  which occuired-t|i^*e*ening^previous,  after an Alness^: t^tat^lasted hardly  more than a~" week. '" Deceased had  been -*~ resident in tbe Erickson district  since l&iO, and had.just attained her  fifty-ninth year at the tittte of death.  0'X-vfcWM-������������������������������������% ww %^rvtam^m, -^-a**--**. mm -Olvtalmmt-d ttk-ch-at ##%��������������� i  H_***������%>Eui u������g������  -u-c^a.-*7 *m%s*.*m   lv*lw*l"u*aj*'>   ^****^    *���������*-*������  a few years occupied it house on the  Timmons ranch; about four years ago  purchasing land and building a residence in the east section of Erickson.  Dfceased was .essentially a* home  maker -and very highly respected by  all who knew her.. Two sons. Paul  Ernest, arid threef daughters, Mrs.  Albeit Stewart of Creston. Mrs. Geo.  Leadbeater of Erickson, and a younger  daughter, Sylvia, ab home, along with  the husband, axe left to mourn the  passing of a tried and true wife und  mother, and to them the sympathy of  OF COMMERCE  RAffr-UP CAPITAL       ���������        .        $15.0G*MX������  RESERVE FUND - - $15,000,069  CRESTON BRANCH, C ���������&. Bessette Manager.  The days are lengthening, and the weather will sotra he getting hot!  Have You Lighter Clothing Ready?  We have just opened a shipment which includes���������  PRINTED VOILES  PINE TROUSENAIN  One  of England's ohoioe Meroorized Cottons���������  suitable for Dresses, Waists or  Dainty Underwear.  ENGLISH WASHWELL GINGHAMS  36 inches wide, in all new deaigna.  POTTER'S PRINTS  Fast colors.  Dress lengths, in a variety of ohoioe patterns and  colorings.  CANADIAN PRINTS  Other new arrivals include Canadian Prints at  25c, In a v^Hoty of colorings, etc.  CAPS For MEN  Several different, but all new, styles.  Murray's   Derby   Shoes  for Men  have  also  arrived  vug.  Better values are gSveta than for years past.    All w,p.v styles,  COME   AND   SEE   THEM  sr.:::1:;:,^:^  .".'i .'."i""'""'."' Ti;::::.lli::l!ia:a:::::li:il7"ll7:1";:,: ���������,'���������";,'i��������� :i:lrlliii,li,:::.llii;;:::l'lff:;ii.a,.,;.:ii;' ';���������::;:::= * : ssas  CpipjkHiAai    ^ J%J%ftll% ��������� H'llf  LIMITED  Hot Air  Steam  and    '  Hot Water  HeatSiig  Sheet Metal Work.   A good stock of Pipe  and Pipe Fitting? on hand*  E."W. RYCKMAN,���������Creston  M������wr te thm Time  tm    S~t   wBP-WftreEsF-W  -vEBr   WwyBW     gfm^ffm\ffgggjgmfffggBMM^mmm^  We have just the kind of Lumber you need  ������to do tnis work.  mrnorecv your nowtse  rrom iuure oy  building a Brick Chimney  We have the Brick!  Also Lime, Cement, Shingles, Lath, Mouldings, *������kc.  litiflliWlBil'    EjBIW     1 IIEIIIIKB     islllIlllcnlEW  -m-t   www>.jj   v ww W' <m **������!���������' iMawMMbMi**1*)* 'n*"^ ���������������"������������,, *--���������' -st-tmm m** .w*a *������������������* mt  LIMITED  "BBSS  SSK  WMMWM  irtr  'fWWBWBBBBBia  iaraiiiiiifiTiigiiMjBiii' THF,   -.RFiVTFAV, . CRESTOX,    B.    C.  As   fresh   and  morning breezes from the mountains  and the plains*  \(r  5\  16  Rheumatic twinges-ended!  The basic cause of most rheumatic pain  is congestion. Apply Sloan's. It stimulates circulation.breaks up congestion  ~pain is relieved!.  in Ciuiadti  ~kills pain/  'Zw^eSti?^^ colds:  Hous^kolcl Hints  Valuable    Recipes    For    tho    Dusy  Hause-wifo  SunrMaid Filling  2' cups chopped Sun-Maid raisins.  % cup sugary % cup boiling water.  1 tablespoon lemon juice1.  Cook raisins, sugar and water uo "il  thick enough to spread. Add lemon  juice and spread "while hot between  layers'of cake.  Correct  Economics Professor.���������"Name some  production in which.-��������� the supply exceeds the demand."  Student.���������"Trouble."  A lur-pre deposit ol* pypsuru has been I  (lirico-.ered on tlie Pacific Great East-j  crn Railway, north of Vancouver. j  The    -Clemum-?  from     the     Alii?  have    boug  i  vessels   ol  '.   a  hack  total  HEALTH FOR WEAK  DESPONDENT FEI  tonnage of J!) 1,507,    handed    over  tbeih under the Peace Treaty.  Queen Mary has given "Lady Kliza-  bel-h rSowea-Lyon a sunburst diamond  brooch, the stones being set iu Lhe  form of a rising sun.  Sir Thomas Hoddick, eminent Canadian surgeon, and twice member of  parliament Cor the St. Antoine division  of Montreal, died Feb. 20.  Fishing from a pier, a "Wye man  hauled in a heavy mass of .seaweed.  In its centre was a four-ounce lump of  metal.     A test revealed .it to be gold.  j^,v j From    End    to    End  Dr-  of   Canada  Williams'    Pink    Pills    Doing  j Good Work  i     There  is not a nook  or  corner  in  j Canada, 3n the cities, towns, villages  I and on the farms, where "Dr. "Williams'  ' Pink  Pills   have  not  been used   and  lroni one  end of the  country to  th0  other people sound their praise.     Y'ou  have only to ask your neighbors and  they can tell you of some run down  man, suffering woman, ailing-youth or  unhappy anaemic girl who owes their  present    health    and strength to Di*.  Williams'    Pinfe Pills.      The success  t of this medicine is due to the fact thai  ''���������'���������-��������� Cream Puffs  1 cup washed butter, 2 cups'flour.'  .2 cups boiling water, 6 eggs.  Place butter and boiling Water in av  saucepan, bring to a boil and add all-  at once the flour. Stir until it forms  a'ball that will not stick to the sides  ot' the pan. Place the cooked paste  in a bowl and beat in, one at a time,  the -eggs. With a teaspoon place the  mixture in little balls on buttered  pans, two inches apart. Bake 20 to  30 minutes in a moderate oven. When  cool cut a small slit in the side and nil  with whipped cream mixed with seedless Sun-Maid raisins, or chocolate  filling with raisins. Dip top In white  frosting. For the chocolate filling:  ) Add to one and a half cups of scalded  milk, half a cup of flour mixed to a  smooth paste 'with half a cup of cold  milk. Place in a double boiler and  cook 15 minutes, stirring constantly.  Beat the yolks of four eggs with one  cup of suvgar and a quarter teaspoon  salt and stir into the hot mixture. Add  two squares of inelted chocolate and  one tablespoon of butter; cook until  well blended," remove from fire, cool  and flavor with vanilla or almond.  IBs    Majesty    King    George's    dog  Wolferton  Sapper,  won the  first .and  several other prizes  in the Retriever  .graduate    <������lass    at    the Islington dog  show.  Cylinders    of    deadly    poison  have   been  washed  up  on  the north  ia    considerable  the     Cumberland i  charged they are  west English  coast  numbers,    a    score  been   collected   on  coast.      Being fully  dangerous.  The Bishop of Gibraltar, says a London paper, wants to hear irom any millionaire who will buy him a Handley  Page aeroplane for use by him in his  diocese of 3,500,000 square miles, ex-*  -tending from tlie Sahara to Switzerland and from Portugal to the Caspian  Sea.  it acts directly "upon the bipod,*making it rich,and pure, andf thus* bring-s  new strength id every organ and nervije  in/the --body.      Mr.. Andrew F. Webb,  Melanson,   K.S.,* tells  what   Dr.   Williams' "Pink Pills" have  clone for hiiii  as   follows:���������"I  was   in   a  run   down  condition from overwork and what the  ] doctor    called    a nervous breakdown.  gas i My sister urged  me  to try Dr.  Wil-  1 hams' Pink Pills.      After taking sey-  I eral boxes I improved wonderfully and  , feel like a different person.      I sleep  ot* more having; -well,   eat   well,   and   my   nerves   are  stronger and with confidence I can  recommend these pills to all weak, run  down people."  ie you are suffering from any condition duo to poor, watery blood, or  weak nerves begin taking Dr. Williams* Pink Pills now and note how  your strength and health will improve.  You can get these pills through any  dealer in medicine,������or they will be  sent by mail, post paid, at 50 cents a  box or six boxes for $2.50 from 'The  Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont.  Found Relief for  his Kidney Trouble  That's    Why    Another    Man    Recommends Dodd's Kidney Pills to  Other Sufferers  Mr. Eugene Provencher wants Everyone to know the Benefit he Received  from  Dodd's Kidney -Pi lis.  Large Roman Baths  -��������������������������������������������������� ***���������M^  Much Water Was Required to Keep  Old Roman   Baths Supplied  It is said that a*hcient "Rome consumed no less than 340,000,000 gallons  of water a day, and a most noticeable  fea-tvfre of the modern city is the prodigal effervescence of its water, gushing froni fountains of every conceivable size and design.  The old "Roman baths required much  water.      The splendid Thermae, built  .S*' "JSJ^'  ^Yoli'stb*wn,   Que.���������(Spe-   b    the Regenerate Emperor Caracella.  eial) =���������"It is with great pleasure that     -*���������������������.  I tell you how much my health has  improved since taking Dodd's Kidney  Pills. They have done- me a great  amount of good. For a year I suffered from kidney affection and. now I  am quite well." This statement  comes from Mr. Provencher, a well-  known resident here.  Dodd's Kidney Pills act directly on  fhe kidneys, strengthening them so  that they do their full work of straining all the impurities, all the seeds of  disease, *out_ of the blopxl. 1  Dodd's Kidney Pills' are known all  over Canada as a standard kidney  remedy. They have made their repudiation, by doing good to people who  suffer from any form of kidney disease.  Ask your neighbors about Dodd's  Kidney Pills.  had accommodation for 1,600 bathers.  Besides the baths proper, the establishment included within its area of  about a quarter of a mile square a  gymnasium, athletic field,-library and  race course.    ^  Electrical  treatment  for lead poisoning    has    been    put on a practical  basis since its    experimental    discovery in England.  SUFFERED SO  FROk HEART AND NERVES  LIFE WAS A BURDEN  -^..*.x*-x*-*-������*~*���������0*x*xx.x*.-x*.x**t-*.i ml ,.***..  ���������rr,   - ,  by oocupatiou  STRENGH AND HEALTH  "R������d Blood, Vim, Vieor, Vitality Follow  Thi*   Advice  Niagara Falls. Ont.���������"As my parents have used Dr. Pierce's remedies  -with such wonderful and <iulck  results I take great  pleasure in pending a good word  to boost tho cause  of 'Freedom from  Illness.' I have  used th*e C! olden  Medical Discovery  at timos for the  pant t.hreo years,  Am a pressman  and tlie labor its nu['*.c.  fatipttlng and Injurious to the system.  But today bufltnens haa no drawback  for me. Three cheers for Dr. Plerce'a  Dlnn-overy!"��������� William if. Dempscy,  Jr., 32 Brills* St.  Ah Boon un yon bfts&n to take this  "Discovery" you begin to feel it.a  bracing, appetizing effect, Buy ot  your neighborhood drujc store In talv  lets and liquid, or Bend 10c to Dr.  V\r;.<.^'~i T.nbo-ratory In Hr1dK**biirf������,  Ont., for trial pkK- tablets and write  for fr������o medical advice,  AFTER CRIP  -Colda, Fever* or a Rundown  Condition, T������W������s Thia Advic������  'Ple-asantrllle,   N*.   B.   -"Four   y*������������ar������  41 rn  I   w������,i a, v������?ry nick woman.    Tbe  doctor  wild   It   van   pneumonia.     It  kept  mo   In  food  i'or nv-cj   vttt*_k~\  and  Infc me ho weak that J ^oijld  ba.-'JIy  gel about.   A d*������ar friend uilvi������*nl mt.  U> try   Dr,   Pierce'*   r-ein*edl������������   and   I  did no.    After taking a bottle of th*  fjolden   Medical   Dl������cov*ry   and   on*  nt the F&rorft-e Prescription I found  I  wan getting no much strowtfor that  X   continued   uslnjj   th-em,   togr-ithwr  ���������with   Dr.   Ptarce'a   Pleanant  VnWt*.*.  umMI r Puiiv rwoov^rAri mv mirf.nmlh."'  ���������-Mra. Ajine* Brunei t.       "W.    N.    V.    US J  Sheet lead may be reinforced with  iron**In the same way as concrete by  a new process.  "Gascarets'110c  Best   Bowel   Laxative  When   Bilious,  Constipated  J  HeaJihy Children Are  The Nation's Wealth  K you cannot nurse your baby���������do  not take any chances���������give him Dor-  den's 12agle Brand Milk, a rood that  has successfully reared hundreds of  thousands of babies during the past  sixty-two years.  In Hits paper from lime to timo you  will find an advertisement of Borden's  "Ragle Brand "Milk, a food that has raised more healthy babies than nil the  prepared infant foods combined. Cat  out Uin advertisement and mall It lo  The I Jordan Comp* my Limited, Montreal, and thoy will send you, free', or  charge, what you want, cither instruction:-* ln your own language for  .feeding your baby, or a baby book, nr  a recipe book ltd I ing you how to make  lasly dishes -with T-'agle Urn ml. .\.-\-  I'or by name what you would like in  hav**.  CATARRHAL DEAFNESS  ���������������  la srrcatly relieved \iy constitutional troat-  mont. HALI/S CATARRH MKD1CINR  ia a constitutional remedy. Catarrhal  Deafnoss la caused by an Inflamed condition of tlio mucous������������������llnln'R''���������'���������ofM.he ���������Eustachian Tube. Whfcn thia tubo Is inUamecl  yo\i have a rumbling sound or hnperCont  hearinff. and when it is -onliroly closed,  Donl'tiosa is the result. Unless tho in-  (lammntlon can bo reduced, your healing  may ho doHtroyod forever. HALL'S CATARRH MI-:oiCJNB3 acta tliroimli tho  blood on tlio muroiis nui*fnoo.s of tho system, thus reducing tho Inllammatioii and  nsBistiiig Nature in rcstoiins normal con-  ctitlonii.  Clrcularfl free.       All  "OruffRlsta.  F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo,  Ohio.  Approximately one-ninth of the-'.iiltr-  jnato forest land oil Saskatidunvan isi  now in forest reserves.  4, it 11 ,*;** ,������,**���������!���������*** ,*.v-t-xt+**-i-x*-h*.*-v������*.0X0>-v**v-**+*.+i  To clean out your bowels without  cramping or overacting, take Cascarets. Sick headache, biliousness.  Bases Indigestion, sour, upset stomach  and all such distress gone by morning.  Nicest physic on earth for Rrownupa  and children. 10c a box. Taste liko  candy.  Persistent   Asthma.       A   mo r.i.   dhi-  : trf't-tsInK   tdiaracterlsllc  of this  dehllt-  lal.lriK disease, Ih the rtT.'dritcnen with  which  recurring aflackn come  to sap  f away  i-iirenp;th antl   lr*uv������ the  HUflVrci*  | in a state of nlniowt continual e'xlmuu-  | tton.    N*r> wJh*t precaution can he talc-  | i'n   rhan   thnt   tit'   kr-cplnif   at   band   ti  * ��������� -������5:,i,|.,-   n.--   f������f    T,   fl    Ki-Mntrir'n   AnDinm  j Jteuw-dv,   I'ainoiiH   an  tint   moHt  potent,  J I'^WK-dy   l������������r  #T,idlraHnK     the     dlHf*UH*u  froru ih*^ tender air |#annriKefJ.  itt-itaiii*" lon������ tit rami lniiruin hair  inalf"'i .in ful ni out bU-rtl llll r-r fur  j-itr'iiniirii; uiiiiu. a <-<-ftaln rnuaufaclt^t-*  i-.v in f.ald in hu\������������ houi'M gHO(),0Ul>  v,rorlh 4if Chlner.e fi������ievi*nt.  Minard".*    1, lftirn������nt  Coddo  Pour    Cougb*   and  ITCHY PIMPLES  ALL MR FACE  And Shoulders. Burned  Badly, Cuticura Heals.  *' My trouble started with pimpled  breaking out all over nay Fu.ce and  nhouldmt. T'htB pimples  were laTgti and red and lea-  lered,and itched and burned  ho badly that I could not  Bleep. They wero very Bore  t nnd my cloth jnca^RrAvated  y \\-0i\  |bem." ^i t  . "1 read ttxx advertlaement  for Cuticura Soap and Ointment and  Bent for a free sample ^whlcta help-ail  me. I purchased more, and after  u������lnfc four c*ke������ of Cuticura Soap  and three boxes of Cuticura Ointment  I was heated." (Signed) William C.  6<een, 39 Pe*body St>, Buffulo, N. Y  Use Cuticura for all toilet pur poaet.  Radio For  Police  In keeping with modern polico  forces, the Ottawa polico commissioners are considering th.rt installation of  a high power radio receiving sot in the  city police station to enable polico  ofuccrs to receive all police news  broadcasted from Now York, Chicago,'  Detroit and other hu*K*e centres where  such sy.sloms have beim established,  it was reported recently. Under lhe  scheme outlined local polico news for  outside points would he broadcasted  from local radio broadcasting .stations.  Mr. A. H. Lee, Bea-msville, Ont..  writes:���������"I am delighted to let you  know what I have to say regarding  the good Miiburn's Heart and Nerve  Pills did me. ~  A short time ago I suffered with  heart and nerve trouble, and was so  bad I could not sleep, only about two  hours each night. My heart was so  bad I had spells when driving on the  road and would faint away, and neigh.-  bors ���������'���������;��������� would carry me'"-"Jiit^rrbm iny  wagon. I also topk* these spells In  the night and during* my Sally w&rk  on the farm. My nerves were so "bad  I would jump out of bed, and was then  compelled to walk the floor before 1  could settle down again,^ but after taking a few boxes of  MILBURN'S  HEART AND NERVE PILLS  I can honestly say I* am a relieved  man. I now feel tn the hest* of health.  in fact, the best I've been in. for-'three  years, and can do any class of work  with pleasure where before.life was a  burden to me."     '"? y Z  :y    Z'-i' ���������;  Price 50c it ;box; at "all* "dealers; or  mailed direct on receipt of price by  The T. Milburn Co,, Limited, Toronto,  Ont. -  "'   More  through  nually.  than   a   million patients pass  New  .'V-Q.-rH    hpspl.tulsy. an-.  Children sufEerlng from wotras soon  show the symptoms, and any mother  can detect the pi*esencc of these parasites by tho wrlthings and fretting of  the child. Until oxpellecl aud tlio system cleared of them, the child cannot  regain Us health. Miller's Worm Powders aro prompt and olllclent, not only  for the eradication of wormu, but also  ns a toner up for children that are  run down in consequence,  .She,��������� And  was  Still Sorry  when   you  told   liitn   :i  married,   did   he    aeem   sori'y?  lie.���������Yes,     Tie said that ��������� he    was  vei.*y sorry, even    though    lie    didn't  Unow   tho   fellow   perKonally.���������Poim-  ���������sylvanla Punch Howl.  N������Mtt rtr, Olt.4u-.Bt ManSiis. ~ii~\~w~t Me.  CuUcm-a S*������{i.ft&ftv������-swH^������utiMU8-  The moHt obHlInate corns Call  "tint Holloway'tj Corn "Itemover.  to re-  Pry  liaka wood, tlie ll������hte������t Sn existence  weighs Iftfls than half nn much as cork.  Mlnard'a    Liniment  wive re  for   oate    every.  YOUNG DAUGHT  MADE WELL  Motlier Tells How Her Daughter  Suffered and Was Made Weil by  Lydia E. Binkham's Vegetable  Compound  Vancouver. B.C.���������" My daughter iaa  young girl who haa been hav������ni������ severe  pains and weak and dizzy feelings for  some timo and had lost her appetite.  Through an older daughter who had  hoard of n woman who was tailing it  for the flame trouble, wo were told of  Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-  . pound. My daughter haa boon taking It  for several months and is quite nil right  now. It hao done all it was re-presenced  to do and wo hayo told tt number of  friends about it, I am never without  n bottle of it in tho house, for I myself  tako it for that woolr, tired, worn-out  feeling whieh sometimes comes to ua nil.  I find It Is building mo up nnd I atrongly  recommend it to women who-are suffering as I and my daughter have.M~-Mj-a.  J, McDonald, $917 26th Ave. East,  Van cen ver, IJ. C.  From tho ago of twelve a girl needs aU  the enro u thoughtful mother cam give.  Many n woman ban suffered yearn of  pain and misery���������the victim of thought*  lceiunessor ignorance of the mother who  should havo guided her during thia timo.  If sho complains of headaches, ntklnn  in tho back and lower limbs, ortiC you  notice a ulowness of thought, nervous-  news or irritability on tho part of your  d&usl-itcr. snako Ssfe earner f������r hw.  Lydia R PinUham'si Vogotablo Compound ia especially adapted for audi  condition*. , ������  toAtfa^^Saa-Mi* i .?:?$?���������  w  ���������^/y-  THE    BEVIEW,    CRESTON,    B.    C.  >"^ t7*  Aim Of Colonx^atioii Bcxly  To Bring XJtider Production  Great Tfaets  Of Idle Land  "WESTERN   EDITORS  According to officials ot" the;Gaiia-  dian Colonization Association, that organization begins 1923 with an "active:  force in t,he field, a large area of listed lands and a considerable number ol  prospective settlers waiting to come  in the spring. M. A. Brown, Vice-  President, and Seward Everett, have  issued the following statement:  "The obstacles of the success of  the association are beingr steadily overcome. If the officers of the association have remained silent foi* some  time past it has" been because we have  been engaged in solving difficulties  partly of this character and partly  arising out of existing conditions.  "We are making satisfactory progress in working Out the national land  settlement plan which was given to  the public in September. Listings ot  privately owned land along the railways are coming into our head office  at Winnipeg in good volume. Owners of several hundreds of thousands  of acres have placed their properties  with the association for   sale   on   the  32-year payment plan, so- that we can  "n    '    - ��������� " ~ i i !������������������ i.,n���������������������������������������������-���������      '      iiTii _;* '  CASTORIA  For Infants and Children  In Use Fos* Over. 3������ Years  *������  Always bears  the  Signature of  THE   EC1  These delicate organs, one of the  most important in our body, become  easily deranged and soon fall prey to.  many"'diseases. At the first sign of  trouble, such as backache, headache,  .torpid liver, nervousness, tired feeling,  etc., it is wise to procure a bottle of J  "the old reliable Warner's Safe Kidney  and Liver Remedy at your dealer's and  thus secure instant relief. Standard  for 50 years. Our "Sate Faets" booklet, containing a wealth of information on the subject, mailed-free on request. "���������'��������� The Warner's Safe Remedies  Co., Toronto, Ont.  .  indefinitely  when the cans  areunopened.  Pure, rich,  convenient.  ST. CHARLES MILK  A Free Recipe Book���������  S5jV -Write the UprdenCo.  1t8jv   Limited,  Montreal.  already offer incoming settlers a wide  choice of location. Thus in a few  .weeks it has been amply demonstrated, that our long-term sales plan is  acceptable to a large number of  owners and more are falling into line  every day.  "The settlers also can be obtained.  The sales department of the association already has applications from a  large number of farmers who will  look over the listed lands with a view  to purchase as soon as the weather,  permits in the spring- In addition to  nearly 200 prospects thus secured,  the association is in touch with C,00  Norwegian-American tenant farmers  possessing stock and implements and  with 400 American Poles possessing  from $1,200 to $2,500 each. One hundred "Danish-American families are  also available. With a view to securing these settlers the association is  co-operating with the national societies interested.  "In the last few weeks our associa-  lion has made    marked   progress    an  | building  up  an effective  land   settle-  j ment.      It has already "in its service  I several hundred Canadian land agents.  [It has 130 agents actively at work in  the   United   States   and   will   appoint  seyeral   hundred   additional   representatives.      The British field is recognized   as   highly  important  from  the  national    standpoint    as    we    should  draw an  adequate  proportion of our  new"   population    from    the    United  Kingdom.  I-in   accordance   with .,the  national land settlement plan, the Do  minion Government is carrying on an  energetic campaign to    acquaint    the  British people  with the  farming  opportunities to be found in Canada,  "There is no salvation for the west  or for Canada as, a whole save that  of bringing under production the great  tracts of idle land lying close to transportation facilities. The association  is now doing its part in performing  this invaluable service. While governments and farmers' organizations  are grappling with the question of improved conditions rfor those already  on the soil, our organization is striving to better the economic'condition  of a whole people by introducing desirable settlers and establishing them  on a satisfactory basis."-  ritarri. Stands Alone  Among European Belligerents  In Balaiicing Her Bixdget  While    the    German    mark has col- S able  rise in gold    prices    which    has  lapsed and the French franc has de- [  preciated alarmiijgty, the valued" I  the pound sterling has steadily ad-j  vance'd in dollars and  cents, and thei  li a  H.:C. Farthing, Editor and Proprietor  of The Advocate, Cochrane, Aita.  Canadian   Export  Eggs  Take     First    Preference    on     Eri+i&h  Market According to Statement  Production of eggs in Canaia during 1922 was almost double '!;al of  the previous year, R. 33. Hunter told  members of the Winnipeg Poult *y Association in an address on tne subject "Canadian~Eggs." fhe number  of dozens produced was 250,000,000.  Exports totalled 3,619,000 dozen, and  imports-approximately. 7,500,000 dozen. The -people of Canada consumed,  he pointed out, about six eggs a week  per capita, as against Z\^ of the year  before. .  Canadian eggs on the English market took first preference against all.  others, Mr. Hunter mentioned. Tiie  great need today was better handling of eggs, he emphasized. Speedier marketing was necessary t;.  pre  --  vent deterioration between  ducer and consumer.  the    pro  Women!  Dye  Things  Airplane Aids Firemen  An airplane effectively co-operated  with firemen at a big fire'in*the upper  stories of a building near the Arc de  Triomphe, Paris. The machine, equipped with a wireless outfit, hovered  over the building and informed the  firemen as to the-~,progress of the  flames. The airman gave the location of a stock of petrol which had  exploded and reported that the roof  was about to fall in fully ten minutes  before it happened.  New  In  Diamond  Dyes  Each package of _ "Diamond Dyes"  contains directions so simple any woman can dye or tint her worn, shabby  dresses,, skirts, waists,', coats, stockings, sweaters, coverings, draperies,  hangings, everything, even if she has  never dyed , before. Buy "Diamond  Dyes"-���������no other kind���������then perfect  home dyeing Is sure because Diamond  Dyes are guaranteed not to spot, fade,  streak or run.  ?ell.  your druggist  whether the material you wish to dye  Is wool or silk, or whether it is linen,  cotton or mixed goods.  rise in sterling has coincided wit'  substantial improvement in Britain's  credit abroad. The reason given for  this by British economists Js that  that country alone among the European belligerents, has succeeded in  balancing her budget and that*.they  have repaid various foreign loans* incurred during the war.  One English authority* states that  "Notwithstanding the deep depression  in trade from which wc are slowly  emerging, we have been able to begin  the pfiyment of interest upon the American debt, amounting at par oi* exchange to S������2,������J92,000 pounds. This  involves a payment of nearly...25,0(-'0,-  000 pounds every half year and it  might, have been supposed "that the  necessity o������ purchasing dollars'to this  'amount'would have resulted "in a decline in the New York quotations,  more,especially as the passing of the  Fordney tariff has at the same time  made it more difficult" for foreign  goods to enter the United States.  "So far. however, from this being  the case, the exchange has improved  from the lowest point of 4.1S, marked  in January, to 4.50 in June, and after  falling to about -3.37 in September,  steadily improved during the next two  months and at the close of November  was within 9 pet* cent, of the old gold  parity. In the- early days of Dec-ember the improvement continued and  by the middle of the month the value  was within five per cent, of th'o old  gold basis.  "The movement was largely helped  during the summer and early autumn  hy the long continued strike in the  American coal fields and by the stoppage on the American railways. The  coal strike resulted first in the gradual loss of the Amei'ican export trade  in coal, British coal taking its place  in-all the large markets of the world,  where we had had in pre-war days a  practical*".monopoly,;, and* later in* the  shipment of several million -oas of  coal ajacl large quantities of pig iron  from this country to the United States  and Canada.���������..      ��������� _, '  "An important  factor in  ihe  ery in sterling has been the consider-  iakea place in America.  "A notable feature ia the exchange during the year -'was the res-''  to ration of the Canadian dollar to  parity with the American. This was  achieved in August last* after ihe  Canadian dollar had been at a varying  discount  since    November,   1017.  The iinijrovcnient v-ras brought about  in large part by. heavy borrowing by  Canadian provinces, municipalities  and commercial undertakings in New  York."^"-" '���������  "'"  ' Its Quality Sells It J���������The fact that  so many thousands of intelligent people continue to use Dr. Thomas' "Ec-  lecfcric Oil speaks volumes for its healing efficiency. Ever since it was first  introduced it lias grown steadily in  public favor, owing' entirely to its  manifold usefulness in relieving and  healing sickness. As a specific for  cuts, burns, scalds and various in-  llammatory pains its record-is beyond  reproach..  Cruel Treatment  "t-resh    Primus.���������What    would    you  ������Jo  if the girl cm    whom     you    were  calling said that she    never    wanted  ���������*T**  to see you again?  Freshp Seeuhdus.���������I'd jump "to my  feet and leave.  "'And let her Call to -the floor?"'���������Lafayette Lyre.  :l  OHll tQ  Health  The  Boy  Scouts  In  UNLESS you see lhe name "Bayer" on tiiblets, you  are not getting Aspirin at all  !\cccpt only mt  Aspirin," whicii  f>liysicians during  Colds  Toothache  Earache  i *-������  "unbroken package-" of "Bayer Tablets  c-bnlaiiis direction:*; and dose worked oui  years and  proved  Headache  Neuralgia-  Lumbago  safe hy million;  Rheumatism  Neuritis  Pain, Pain  of  hy  for  Handy "Buyer" boxes  4* i������j",lTh)  of 12 tablet a���������Also hotlloa of 21 and 100���������Druijg lata.  if  tm nv* frn������li������ rnnrlt   <rf~.ln.~rr*\ Is* Cutiailal  ut T~n\,-r��������� MonufactHro ot Motvo-  -mi" oil ini ������<l ill Htor tit U~.UcylU-~.l-Ui.      Whlli)   It  li well   Klliiivtl   tllU<   Anpirin   iiiciuu, JtMjir  *i������iV������rai���������}������'?������>   to������������������l������tiliBPoWlfl iiRJitom Imttfttkm*. tlio Tuliletn ol' liijycr Company  mm  l<*   ttuniprtl   *-%i\i  ttmlr K������m<*iul  tru.lw  marli,   Uiu  ��������� JUujxr  t-min.  the Public Interest that Association  Should Receive Support  In accepting election to the Provincial Council of the Boy  Scouts' Association, General Sir Arthur Currie. has  set  an  example    of    active     support  which more public men would do well  to  .follow.      The    organization needs  both leaders and patrons.      Much ot  the   early   interest,   that   accompanied  the rise of the Scout. nflovenicnt  has  subsided.      The uniform has become  a regular feature  of the  streets,  ihe  wearers have ceased to be a butt for  good-natured jests, and the Boy Scouts*  are now so firmly, established thai, it  occurs to few that continuous siippor*-  is neodctl from the public.     Yet without the active interest of representative men the interest of the boys would  soon flag and one of our most valuable  institutions would be In danger of becoming moribund.      That this  would  be infinitely regrctable is no exaggeration.    The code of honor nnd duty up  1o which the Scouts muHl. live, and actually in most cases do Itve, not only  makes for a hotter eiti/.cmshlp In timi's  ol" peace and prosperity, 1~.it. hears rich  fruit    when    war    and  disorder  uro  abroad.    No one who saw It will forgot tho devoted lnynUy '*''  noy  S������*'������N's  during  air  raids   in   London.       "Moreover, a Scout's I ruining is not forgotten afterwards.     It Is generaly saTy to  sny   Ihiir.   If a   mnn* hns   been   n   g'ind  Scout, he will be n  good citizen.      It  is,   therefore,   to  the  interests  of  the  rommunlly  In  geneml  Hint  the  Assb-  flat ion    r.htmhl    he    :-*.uppevl<M'..    >.1������) ��������� i  lroni  Sl;ir,  tf the liver is Tight the whole system  is better off.    Carter's Little Liver  Pills  awaken your  sluggish, clogged-,  up liver and re-  4 lieve constipation, stomach,  trouble, inactive bow els,  loss oi appetite, sick headache and dizziness. "Purely vegetable.  ��������� You need them. PP   *   "oy ?r'-j.Pyi- :  Small PiU���������SmaU Etosc���������Siaaia Prtca  V     -���������  ���������*   \  recov-  .  MO*  HORTH WEStBlStUII.CChMi?ftNXi:  Of a  total' area of ;V,02G,7S1������  miles in the  water, not counting  United Stales, 53,0*15  tlio  uiunre  is  (.���������rent ].*.;t]{0.���������*���������*(.  A *V rick at  hornet, but  makes mora noise than a  comnumtlH less rerfpeel.  \V.    N. .  U.    n-ltil  L_  The Canadian Pacific Railway  WILL FIND  Farm Help for  ww Q~r* v\3JL %Z* JL sLMx      JL   C%������JI J.a.Av?JL 2^  TO BE 0*F SHRVICB in "vWslU'ii Csmfultuii F-nrmers and leelji 1o ������������orttli*-ir  ueeila in uncurtmr comii������tont fuim 3������e I p. llio Canadisw. TaeiCic Ralt-evjiy i*  )>r������u>nrcd t������> utillzo ila wldc^reud ������>i"cuni7.mlon to provide ������uch hcljn irons  m  number  oC  countries.  'tho CA*NA1>IAM PACIFIC TUUhvny will -jioto recrlvo and nn-nniro to fill  ������liLillctalo������:t tav iiuilo aiuI "crnula furm Iic3i> to bo BuppliiMl from* (Jrcnt  Jli'ttsiin, JJclKium. lrollnntl,'eI3-crtWai'"k, Ku-Hzorlnr.il nr.tl Nonvny, In r.tl o*  which countries dm Company ft~������ wpi-t.'Sontnliv*os who have fnt'inc������l in ������ikI  ������ro famlllnr wiUi Western Civnn������lluii rontli-don* arul -v,-ho n.r������ nnw in touch  with ouch viicn, mul women  rem!,}"  ami ������n*doun  to cynics to Cmvadn.  TTIR ClOVERNTMl^NTS of tlio connlrlcfl ������1>ov*ft inenttone-d hnvo eNjirepaAd  thoir wtllln kii-chh to iilcl tlio *m Ik ml Inn of thi* rla������������ of tVelr ywoxrtt's-*. In  ordei* to ���������/III bu-cVi 4������i������^licutlor.s KfitlcfsiclriTily nn������l brlftw the iseln to i\w,  fnmior at 1lio propm* time nni] V.'ilh n elcar MrtderPta-ndintr of t5vo rxM;ulre-  5iicnta u.ml oblluatloiiM or t-nclt, n. prEoceil "ApipUcutioiii <or "Hel|������"- Jform hnis  hfrn 3iJ'4������(iiirrrl ^vlilrh pJun- brt ol>tP*ftii>.l fiiini riiij". <"*.T*.lt. Stntton Ar^nt fir  offices  listed  below.  Tlifl Comnnny *R*UI mnlco i\n cltnrtro 1o tlte fnnoer for thii H-orvtwfc nni- vrWl  tha ttirmt-v l>o i-c<r-������Ii.mI lo nud;c any t-u.\\ ud\'u������CB tvhatsoevei* lowrn-d* tJ>.c  travolllnir Mucnw'i of hki linlp to the n-Mir*������t railway utAtion, Tho InfornAw-  t(on  neccsHsirily   ������iHko������t  for   In   xht-nts niij������iSci������iion   tarmn,  wlikh   -will   l>e   h������UI   in  si-rlrfti:'. ct.nr~*loLt(<. co\\-i-~ it.u -l,:.,,\. :*:.��������������� j,.-!.-iis .���������**������������������'.!���������..**��������� ih..l  jT ].<���������"'���������������������  j f .;v.!v*-<V  moli������   ot  femnlc���������marrleil  or -UTunnnkfl:   ii~st<>   refiuh-M  nnd   for Jmwr lor.es  nntlonallly ttciiheJ; monthly -������asre������ affeved; tlr.tl of wil. offei-cd, <-.-.  ���������VrmKtW.a^.'T. B. Ach#������on, denerml Jlerlcitllural Atr-ii*. ���������.V~VC  WINN11������E������..~,!ohii   Htrtetlncr.  Indnsltlal  At*nt,  <~.VM.  BA.BKATOON���������Vf, J. C.trow,  Land  A treat. CI\U.  KDMONTO-M^-Ji  Miller,  T.Bnd  AB������*nt.  C.IMI.  rAT.fSAnY���������M.-R.  Thornton,   Rupt.   ColonUatloti,  V.V.Tt.      ^ ��������� ���������  VANOOIJVE1I���������13.   'J.   Bewmern,   Tr������r,   ���������n������!Bitriii!l   Ar*������<.   r.lMI.  Dcpartmenfe of Colonization  ami Developmrnt  Canndian Pacific Railtray  9.  S. :n*RNTNtS5R fTIi!������r fomminsioneiv  aCosaSieal.  ~m  m  E  ��������� ���������������'t'.*.*,;'���������*,������'���������. ��������� i-,���������'*,*���������'���������  '-y?r-:Z. THE  CBESTON BEVIEW  Local and Personal  G. Erickson of Invermere "was an  Easter visitor with Mr. and Mrs. C 6.  Bennett.        -  Fob Sale���������SiK Collie pups, fine  cattle dogs, $2 each. Sam Moon,  Wynndel.  Fob Saub���������200-egg Peerless incubator, in good shape. $15. Sam Moon,  "Wynndel.  Harold and Betty Speers are spending the Easter vacation with friends  in Cranbrook.  The vital statistics for March show.  three births, no marriages and one  death. Of the newcomer* two were  boys.  The Get Together Club wiii haye a  silver tea at the home of Mrs. Henderson on Saturday, April 7th. from 3 to  5 p.m.  For  Pianoforte, Organ and  Singing Lessons  epph  ARTHUR COLLIS, Creston  P. O. Bex 7���������  CRESTON  BAKERY  and  TEA ROOM  Something New  All fhe Time  For the best in Confectionery, Biscuits, Cakes  Bread try us.  Saturday Specials  Cream Bans  Chocolate Eclairs  SallyLunns  Beit  SATURDAY and  MONDAY SPECIAL  K.C.  Tomatoes  Three tins  50c  Better   nnfUTiiritc*   lower  Strifes  Ollvf IILIIO   Prices  Other sfcorew are selling theso  .Tomatoefl as high as 25c. a  tin, but a timely buy in  quantity enables ua to offer  you tliem for Saturday and  Monday only at fche above  price.  No belter Tomatoes canned  that* the K.C. brand.  Bert Nelson left on Monday on a  business visit to New Denver and  Slocan points.  T. Lytle, jeweler, is spending a few  days at his ranch home at Crawford  Bay this week.  Mrs. Norris   and    Mrs. H. BY Wood  are spending-a few days with  Nelson  friends this week. *V  BtTocnr For Sa*ce���������Top buggy, in  good shape. Price right. E. Cartwright, Erickson.  Foit SAiiE-^-Hand sewing machine  in good order, $12. Mrs. Varley,  Vicarage, Creston. :-������������������.,.'���������"  Car For Sale���������McLaughlin^ Four,  going at a bargain to spot cash "buyer.  O. Maxwell, Creston.  White Wyandotte Eggs, from pedigree cockerel, $1.25 for setting of 14.-  F. W. Ash, Creston.  Pigs For Sa*lb���������Well bred young  pigs, ready May 1st, $7 apiece. Mrs.  J. B. Bund, Wynndel.  BrcYCia*- For Saue���������-Red Bird make,  in good shape, $25. Can be seen at  Speers1* store, Creston.  Fok Sale���������Strawberry plants. Van  San variety, healthy stock. AfSply  Fruit Growers Union, Creston.  For Sale���������Remington 22 calibre  repeating rifle, good as new, $20.  Mrs. H. Varley. Vicarage Creston.  Chickens For Sale���������Shoemaker  heavy laying strain Black JLangshans.  price right.    Q-. Leadbeater, Erickson.  F. B. Pearce, who is teaching Boswell school this term, was at Creston  during Easter week looking after his  ranch. , ���������    *~~  .tt  Miss Elsdon, of the Canyon City  .Lumber Company office stuff, was an  Easter week visitor at her home in  Nelson.  , **������--  Ranch:     For    Rent���������Twenty acre  ranch for rent or sell, close to Creston,  .Apply   David    Scott,    Long   Coulee,  Alberta.  For Sale���������White Leghorn and  Barred Rock pullets, most of them  laying, $1 apiece. Mrs. J. B. Rudd,  Wynndel.  Mrs. Broley, who is teaching at.  Flagstone, is spending the Easter vacation with her parents, Mr. and M.ve.-  Geo. Nicholls.  Senator Dun.Iap and Van San Strawberry Plants, guaranteed free . from  weevil, 88 per thousand. Monrad  Wigen, Wynndel.  E.W.Thomas, accountant at the  Bank eif Commerce, is back at worb  again after-a, three weeks' visit at his  home in Nanaimo;  "��������� Well over $400 has been collected in  poll tax in Creston Valley already this  year, the intake from this source in  March being $205. s  For    Sale���������Purebred Mammoth  Bronze  Gobbler,   weighs 35   pounds,  two years old, price $10. Mrs. Thos.  A. Weaver, Lister.  Misses Wade, Vickers and. Creigh-  ton of the public school teaching staff  are spending part of the week with  friends in Spokane.  After paying all the expense the fall  fair directors will have at least $00 to  the good on their Easter Monday raffle  and whist and dance.  The hottest spell of the summerlike  weather that has obtained the past  week was on Thursday last when  the mure ury hit 59 in the shade.  There will be no show of pictures at  the Grand on Saturday  night, but on  the 14th Owen Moore  will be  the at  traction in "Reported Missing."  For Sale���������Strawberry plants. Glen  Mary V,an San nnd Senator Dunlap,  good hardy plants, $8 a thousand.  J. Kelly (Andy Miller J-tanch),Ci-f>ston.  The Methodist Ladies' Aid sale of  work and refreshments on Saturday  afternoon was quite a big financial  success, the affair enjoying an intake  of $55.  The sale of all fruit on the C, P. R.  platform- was stopped nt the  end  of  f the week, when an order to that effect  reached    agent    W. B. Martin,   who  promptly put it into effect.  In connection with Christ Church  Junior Guild silver tea ab the Pariah  Hall    on    Saturday   aftoanoon, April  14th, a short play will bo f<ivtm at  4.30 p. m.    Tea from 2.80 to 5.80.  Mm 11, L. CruAthwait left on Saturday  for a two month's viait with her  mother at MingHton, Ontario, as well  an with friends at Montreal. On her  return   ahe   will   Im   accompanied   by  j"*3aHt������-r* Tom, who tum been in the oust  Um pant yfr'a i:  W. B. Martin has vacated the residence attached to the C. P. R. depot  and is now occupying the Tunstead  house on Victoria Avon de, which he  purchased a couple of weeks ago.  Of a total of $450. of revenue in-  gathered at Creston provincial police  office last month, mctor licenses took  care of $103, with amusement tax of  $61 collected. Police; court fines were  only $10. " ^  Growers are reminded that orders  for the 1&2S supply of. berry and currant crates should be left with the  Union immediately. Only crates re-  questioned "will be. ordered from the  manufacturers.  8 Miss Habgood..* who is en route  to her home, in the Old Country after  an extended visit with friends in  Australia, is a Creston visitor atpres-  ent with her nephew, C. M. Brousson  and Mi's. Brousson.  Creston; Board of Trade meets in  April session on Tuesday night and  there should be a turnout of every  member a*������ a plan of action to meet  the new Kootenay Flats reclatnatian  situation will have to be devised.  Official announcement reached here  on Thursday last that Creston will  again have its usual six-day Chautauqua. It will be here at least a week  earlier than usual, Ores tons dates  being May 30-31, June 1, % 4 and 5.  ���������S. A. Ma.cDonald, a former principal  of Creston school, but now in chaige  of the consolidated school at Summer-  land, is an Easter week visitor in  Creston and with Mis. MacDonald is  staying with the latter's parents, Mr,  and Mrs. J. W, Dow.  * J.*.X>. Moore '..of Kaslo, general road  foreman, for the riding, was here at  the end of the "week. Up till that  time no detailed instructions had "been  received as to how and where the  $32,000 appropriated for the- Kaslo  riding would be spent.  For the April meeting of Creston  Valley Women's Institute on Friday  afternoon. 13th, the feature -will be a  paper on "Kitchen Gardens" by Mrs.  George Cartright. At this meeting  committees will be named to handle  the Institute flower show in May,.  F. N. Thompson of Lister on Mod  day commenced"work, on his four-year  contract'to carry the Creston Lister  mail. Under the Hew Contractor the  mail will reach Creston about 12.50  each day, and will start on the return  trip as soon as the mail is sorted.  The Easter services in both Christ  Church as well as S,t. -Stephen's were  both well attended. "At the former  bolh morning and evening warship  was choral, and the number of communicants at the early celebration of  Holy Communion was the largest on  record.  The dancing fraternity and all  others who enjoy novelty dancing will  be out on Monday night for the Ted  Williams Entertainers carnival novel-  tv dance in the Grand Theatre Ballroom. A live piece orchestra will  furnish the music which will be the  best ever heard in Creston.    The com  pany is appearing Here under the  auspices of Creston G. W. V. A..'and  a big turnout will be very much appreciated by the vets. $1.50 per couple.  Supper 35c. plate extra.  Bob McLeod returned on Sunday  from Trail, where he has been in  charge of the grocery department of  Trail -Mercantile for the past eight  mouths, and has re joined the sales  staff at the Speers' store. Mrs. McLeod will -join him within the next  few days and again occupy their house  on Hillside Road.  Although there were in the neighborhood of thirty prospective buyers  on hand Tuesday afternoon for the  .sale of the former 30 acre Stocks &  Jackson i-anch not a single bid whs  made on the property despite the able  efforts of auctioneer J.-F. Rose, the  upset price of $10,000,_ apperantly,  scaring would-be the bidders.  The feature to March weather report is the short supply of - moisture  last month, the snowfall being" less  than four inches and less than a  quarter of inch of rain fell alf month.  The coldest day of the month was the  3rd; when the mercury travelled as  low as 8 above zerO, while the warmest bit of climate wasi on the 29th.  when it registered 59 in tbe shade.  The Valley's egg production ie at it s  peak just now, and in consequence the-  price of hen fruit has dropped  to 25  cents a. dozen.  Messrs. Ferguson and McKay" of.  Carbon, Alberta, have just taken a '  lease on the W. K. Brown blacksmith  shop, and will be open for business on  Monday. Apiil 9th. Both are experienced hands at horseshoeing and generalbiacksmithingr, and by good service at reasonable pi-ices hope to  obtain-a full share of the trnde.  _ Rev. J H. White,-D.I)., of Vancou  Yer, superintendent of Methodist Missions, was greeted with a very large  turnout at the United Church service  in St. Ssephen's on Sunday night B  Mr= White is a great believer ia the  union church and the Sunday night  turnout convinced him that Creston is  about "ripe for a merger of tbe Presbyterian and Methodist congregations.Q  - The Robinson evengelistic meetings  which closed on- Wednesday evening  of last week proved quite an all  around success. The pledge cards  which were passed at, Sunday night  and other services indicate that many  were reached by tbe evangelistic  effort, whilst the loose collections and  thank offerings received were all wel!  over $250 for the seventeen-day stay.  all OWEN MOORE- im "REPOKfiSD   MISSING-" 5E1ZNICK   RCTUiSirS f  At the Grand, Saturday; April 14  SI  to own a Ford than how.    The price .tells the story.  Yon can pay more for a car, but you cannot get better  value for your money;    The Ford is the car for the  man who wants the most for his money.  SERVICEf as we-understand it, means giving you  what yoa want, as yoa want it, and token yoa  want it.    Try us.  STAPLES & PlERSQN  PRlvm HMHWUD at  DING   LAUNDRY  Cnewton'H Oldest   and   Hunt  Laundry,  ZZZ 2.'"-ft    1*2-21.0    *������#    wiwwi     u~n-t4U-4t������  Prompt ..and  c; uic ful  tit fruition   Wall]  week.      Ifittimrlry under new Tmiristgcx  YOU MUST WORK, EAT AND SLEEP  imj "iii    ������������������ ���������    ��������� t^tmmmmmmmmmmttmmm hi r.~  ; if n ;������wwi���������> '*     y      ������n��������� mmm mma^t^m* _ n.     w^wjy   y[   ' tmmtmmtmtmmtmttmt^^  :   ' ' '���������������������������'*- *-   '  '   '   ..*      '���������'.*" ...*���������.'���������' ���������-���������v  .-..**..     "v.   *.  But to be at your best in the former respect it is absolutely essential that you sleep  well, and with the season of hea'vy work at hand restful and refreshing sleep is all  the more essential.   _  The first requisite for a good night's rest is a bed  with good Springs and Mattress; without these your  rest is bound to be broken, and certainly not restful.  Simmon's Mattresses  filled with white cotton felt, with ticking of  attractive designs, conceded to be the best made.  SimmonV Springs  These are the Banner Coil Springs constructed  ofthe highest grade carbon steel wire with special  top lacing, raised and braced to stop swaying.  We have a Ml stock in both lines  at al tractive prices  9,MM������^W32?  essBt  Dry Goods  *t *%r'ntfiw if m tutftjtf  ft^^L  ^^^^^^^S  ^^^^^^^^^^^      ^^^^^^^^^  Furniture  Hardware

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