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Array ���������^Hl  y*.).      44 -*t j  *T-- Ti^-r  ������"7  ,\;  Vol..  .A* V  CRESTON. B.C��������� FBTDA^, MARCH 16, 1923  *V_  - 21 No. 6  Ladies Will Hear  Premier Oliver  Quite the - largest turnout of the  year was in evidence at the'March  meeting of Creston Valley Women's  Institute, which was held in the Par  ish Hall on Friday afternoon, witb the  President, Mrs. C. B. Garland,occupying the chair, and that interest in the  Institute's effort' is growing is indicated in the joining up of four new  members. ' ~~  Reports of committees were a  prominent feature of the session.  Mrs. Maxwell, for home- economics;  reporting that the committee was in  correspondence with the Authorities at  Victoria ancl hoped at the April  meeting, to ^ be able to announce a  course" in dressmaking^and millinery  to be taken hy an expert in this line.  Similarly, Mrs. C. G. Bennett, who  -heads thejcommittee on home indust>  ries, 'announced that progress -vslaa  being made and by next meeting she  expected to be able to announce that  instruction in cut lace work had been  arranged for.  Mrs. Dow, for the committee on  legislation, was successful in having  the ladies enddrse a resolution asking  that the Institute arrange an af tev-w  noon meeting on the occasion of the  coming visit of Premier Oliver at  -which the premier will discuss the  legislation that has been enacted by  the legislature in' the interests of  women. The meeting will be an open  one and an effort _ will be .made to  have every lady in the Valley attend  tbis meeting;.  After Mrs, Kennedy of Boswell,'  who was present, had spoken to the  resolution sent in from the Sanca-Bos-  well Institute^ asking Creston Institute  to 'endorse  e~    roads, s^esbkition, the  it was decided, to divide the member- ;  ship into four groups and each section  will during the year put on an enter*  tain ment or sale of some sort to raise  funds for   Institute  purposes,   and at  the end of the year the group turning  in csie most cash   will -receive a  prise.  to -    - - *  The-Institute also decided to revive  the serving of hot cocoa at the public  school. This had been abandoned for  a time but .the need for, it baying  arisen and with M iss Moore of - the  teaching staff willing to supervise the  -. *.  'a1*- *  effort it will probably be undertaken  again.     "*  The feature of the meeting was the  talk by Mrs. Lyne, who "-heads " the  immigration committee, on immigration matters generally, - both the  provincial and Dominion aspects of  the problem"' being handled very  thoroughly.  By way of diversion Misses Iconise  and Evelyn Bevan pleased with a  violin solo with piano accompaniment*,  and there was reading by Miss Muriel  Knott on the "Advancing Plagues of  Eastern Europe. At the close refreshments were served by Mrs. G.  Cartwright, Mrs. A. ������3. Atkinson,  Mrs. C. 6. Bennett and Miss Eme  Arrowsmith.  Growers railve  Meeting Saturday  In accordance*-wath^a resolution passed hy the patrons of ihe Staples Fruit  Company appointingr-a committee of  one to meet the directors of the Union  to arrange,-a basis itpon which- the  Valley would co-operate 100 per cent,  a meeting was"heHi 'Ah Wednesday at  which the^local growers1 committee of  five were presents    After a very thor-  siilcrVa    ^J*D/.i*,tio!<*n    it    tt'nlign xx'aa    txnwaxtxrt  upon and it is likely the growers' "committee will recommend to the growers  at the meeting-to^nforiow along the  following lines:      "I 'Z  b^pngso all'round-"enjoyable   that   it  was almost Ji a.m.   before   the   home,  sweet home,   waltz   -was   called      In  addition'the dancing, there were vocal  solos bv   S. McNeil   and   B. Corner,"  Misses   P.   JWinctt,   M.   Vaness,0" _V.  Marshall, and Messrs. J. Johnson, R.  L.   Finlayson,   Hector    Stewart, and  JL   W.   Vaness.       -Excellent      dance  music was furnished by Hi" Stewart,  T. Marshall and' Sara McNeil, accord  eon, while Mr.   Finlayson also helped,  keep;   the   dancers    busy    with'   his  excellent work on the violin. -  nm..x   ...  0lta.tr All  roads, -gesohttion, the stare-staff at .Norris' Bakery.  April an order to allow the-legislation  Duck Creek is certainly looking up  as ifc������is now the proud possessor of a  real good board sidewalk from the  C.P.K. track to.the--door of the Cooperative store.  Mr. and Mrs. Joy were host and  hostesses at a most enjoyable social  evening last Wednesday. Cards and  dancing were the order of the evening,  and' everyone had a fine time.  'Miss Nora Hagen left'here last week,  for Creston.^ where she is now on the  growers sign a contract  to* be prepared in similar terms to the  Co-Operative Growers' contract, but  with slight 'changed to cover local  conditions. ~ -,  2. That this contract be made, between the local Uaieh and the Valley  growers.^   " V   ~  & That every shareholder of the  Union attend the adjourned annual  meeting of Union to elect directors.  - r. _  4. That these directors make repre  sentatiqns to the-Oq-Operative Growers stating conditions on. whicbjocal  Union will join.  5. lliat if Go-Operative Growers  cannot concede local requirements  that Union directors make ether selling arrangements; "^  In view of the definite refusal and  objection on the-part of a large majority of local growers^to Clause 4 of the  marketing agreement, and to the suggested sub-central, the growers* com,  mittee of five is. apparently, of the  opinioiTthat it is impossible to get'80%  of Valley growers to sign the present  contract. -    -.  iGtoisener  Mr.   Joyce   had   a    week-end   visit  from his s6n,   who resides at Edition  ton. Alberta.  Mr. and Mrs. Fred Belanger and  family have -moved to Kitchener,  where they will reside in future.  - John "Oormsfen of Vancouver. tsss  returned to Kitchener to take bis old  position of bookkeeper for Kitchener  Timber Company.  * Miss Ellen Andeen was taken to St.  Eugene Hospital Cranbrook, last week  where she was operated on for appendicitus* and is doing nicely.  B. Johnson was a  visitor   at   Cranbrook a couple of day st his week.  Mrs. Hunt entertained Mits Hunter's  sewing club on Friday.  Both B. Johnson and E. McGonegal  have a*busy time of it trying to find  accommodation for the many people  coming to Kitchener. Every room in  the two hotels are constantly full and  the town is the livliest spot on the  Crow line ths-se. days.  I    Misses Jean  and' Margaret  Hendei-. te^j  son of Creston were ~ guests   of   Clara  Hunt between trains on Sunday.  here  at  committee to fully look into the whole  proposition, Mrs. JDow insisting .that  if the government wargr~to practise tbe  much demanded economy great care  should be taken not to endorse propositions calling for any unnecessary  expenditure of public money.  Mrs. Hamilton's committee on  public health entertained in educative  fashion bv three demonstrations on  first aid effort. Mrs. Fred Smith and  Miss Gobbett demonstrated how to  handle a broken- jaw; Miss Phyllis  Hamilton and Mrs. C. G. Bennett,  how to set a broken collar bone, and  Mrs. Geo. Young and Mrs. Hendy  gave the correct treatment for a cut  hand artery.  The Institute decided to accept the  responsibility for having Prof. Sage of  the B.C. University appear here nnd  give a lecture oh "Early History of  British Columbia." $15 was ordered  diverted from the Institute's current  account and placed to the credit of  the building fund,'bringing'the"tatter  up to the splendlngV-ltptal .ofi$100. At  tbe instigation of Mrs. R. B. Staples  present putting the siding in order.  -,--        *   " ���������*? -1-**     .  Messrs. , Joe Wigen and Robert  Foxall were business visitors at .Nelson  last week, getting home on Sunday.  Harness and  Shoe Repairs  I have now opened the  store in the Postoffice  Block and am competent  and ready to do all kinds  of leather repairs.  Reasonable prices combined  with promptness and  civility.  See rae for low quotations  on new Harness for  Spring.  w*������ w-% >"* v*"***^  ���������">"|"?lk"f W_JT J-k IkM  EttaklliM 1915 on tie Firing line  Mr. and Mrs. R. Uri and Mr. and  Mrs. E. Uri, who have been at Arrow  Park for the past three months  arrived home I he latter part of the  week, to commence spring operations  on-their ranches here. ������*v  Some of the independent shippers  made the trip to Creston on Monday  night for the meeting of the Staples  Fruit Company grower's. The session  must have been an interesting one as  it was after midnight before they  returned. ,*.'..'* -���������-   '  Wynndel.'has ; gone.' 86 per cent.  strong for the Co-Operative Growers  of B.C.. Limited. This per centage  was secured at a meeting of the Cooperative growers a few nights ago  and after the canvass is.completed it is  expected the^totaLwill be 00 per cent.  O. J; vVigen was ia traveller west-  baund .-on Monday,-en rnnt^to-.Vernon  for a ineetitig of ������he.,B^rry Growers'  -Association, of which he is a director  this year. ..  Mrs. J. B. Rudd, has feturued from  Vancouver, bringing with her a  young lad,   whom   she   has   adopted.  Mrs. Hook, who has been visiting  her mother, Mrs. Grady, returned to  Spokane ok- Sunday.  Mr; Tniiylor arrived here on Tuesday;  and woundertstahd thjit he is going to  build his house, and   remain /.foe   the  ��������� *  v rThe first^wijd.ge^^ to go^nortb this  yw'were bbservect ffylhg ~o^er Alice  Siding, on Wednesday last*-       '"-   -  ��������� Walter G&pn -who " has - been at  Spokane - for about three' months-,  completing h|s business college courser,  arrived home on Thursday.  Mrs. R. "Stewart is about around as  usual after the mishap on Thursday  last, when she fell off & load of hay  severely bruising her arm and face. '  W. Kelly got back from Elko on  Saturday. He reports very little  work available in that section at  present.  A horse owned by Jack Smith, but  which had been hired out for the  winter, .was so badly damaged in a  runaway mishap last week that it had  to.beshot. ������������������*"���������"//'  Stanley Paul and Sam McNeil left  on Monday on a business visit to Van*  couve.  Elroy Jackson* and" 1% Anderson  have flnnished their tie contract,  which has kept them busy in the  timber for the last three khonihs.   '  The Soc tal Club had -its regular meeting on Tuesday night."; There wus  excellent nvueic for the dancing, and  the usual sumptuous lunch was served  at midnighU while yariety was lent  proceedings by iSongs by Mrs. B*  Corner, Miss E. Wineh and Messrs.  H. Stewart and J. W. Vaness.  Mrs. J. Marshall ^and Mrs A. J.  Paid entertained the members and  friends of the Sodlal Club on Friday  night uttbo Todd  ranch,    the   affair  . Harry, McKi������wan was  a.   visitc^  BrTcklo-a oh'Satardily;   y-^r- ^Z--  *������at  Mrs. Radhot,' who has spent the  past two weeks at Bull Riyer returned on-Sunday:     _    *   "      .   " _  Mrs. Algot Johnson of Moyie was a  visitor with Mrs. Freoces for "a few  dayfli"  Saturday Night's  Boxing Features  Six-weeks of the hatdest kind of '  work on the part of the management  and a number who are taking a keen  interest' has produced material for  what will, doubtless, be the best Boxing and. Wrestling show -ever seen in  Creston. Tbis show is in, aid of the  Creston Valley Memorial Fund and  will be given in the Grand Theatre,  Sunday aightv March' the 17th.  . The programme is & very long one  and will be Btarted at 8.80. Seats are  on sale at Norris' and A. E. French's  pool-room." '  A pleasing- feature -of the preparations has-been the interests taken in  .the sport by'the young boys of the  town, who-have been keen to put on  the gloves and who have developed so  snucb ts.len������. that th-s ���������ssisii^ggjvs-gn'ir'iT.B; s  decided, to allow at least eight local  school boys to display their ability on  Saturday night,- ai������d can guarantee  that the crowd will-he more than delighted with the juvinile part, of the  show.  In the wrestling Andrew 'Alex, and  Joe Goodman are going to settle an  outstanding difference, and the man-  -agement-are looking; for some one  -willing to ventilate their curiosity in a  eatch-.������s catch can tussle with Bert  "Nelson, who is a very promising  amateur in the 180 pound class.  In   the ' finals    arrangements   have  been made to' bring in at least ttuee  -outsiders, from Nelson and Kitchener,  to match up with local boys, ,and jas  none of these contestants have met  I before, or have any -idea of -other's  | style,   an' interesting; time is guaran-  ~i  A feature will be an exhibition bout  between Jimmy Lockhead, who ranks  jasjyne of the best-men ^of .the interjor  ������&hfe weight; and^  "one   'of" Jimmied    iuost   prominent  pupil*. ������The eight's programme fe as  follows: .j."  MJotOB*  a  dance   under   the  Umit-ed   Farjnern.  on  March 17th,  at thi>  Gents   BOc.,  eyery-  future.  There will  be  auoplcen off tbc  Saturday  night,  old schoolhouse.  body welcome.  .' Keep an open ;dnte ior, March 31t>t,  on which evening ������he U.F,- Is putting  bik a masquerade dance. HtiBtle up  and get vour .^ostuineii ready. There  arm good |������rir������tb for tbe bcut costuineB,  and a ant all Ane for those who do not  not dress. Come along, everyone,  and have a good time.  For Saiaj���������Foid car. in good shape,  going cheap. G. IS. Messenger, Canyon (Eriekiom P.O.)  *(.hw Vntt, Ra������M���������TTnuorl ���������������������������������������,. ������������������l| ������>��������� nr  saoriilce, ������8*li>0. upholstery in splendid  Hhape.    It. 8,  Bevan.  Stores Close  Saturday Night  Everybody going to  the Boxaliff Tournament in aid of .Soldi-  era* Memorial Fund.  Mrs. 1. *J. Christensen has arriyed  for a lengthy stay with her parents.  Mr. and Mrs, Fred Weston, after  spending the winter at the coast.  ~ Henry Christensen is here for a  short time looking after his ranching  interests, accompanied by Mr. Trnitt.  Henry has been working ab the mine  at Hillcrest, Alta., the past few  months.  Jack Head arrived unexpectedly on  Saturday night from Klockmann,  Idaho, where he is working with  Yerbury  brothers on a fuel .contract.  E. 3. Malthouse has joined O.  Frampton on the finish tip carpenter  work on the old Webb ranch.  Notice has been received here to the  effect that commencing Monday,  March 12th, all those who signed the  B.C. Poultymen's Co-Operutlve Exchange contract are to ship their eggs  to Nelson.  Mrs. Liddicoatt has returned to  Cranbrook where she will remain With  her sisters for some time; while Vi nc  has commenced work-as mEHwrCglib at  Ndkuap sawmill.  Jack Johnston, who was so suddenly taken ill a abort timo ago, la making a very ea fclafaotory recovery.  , On Saturday night n* whist drive  and dance was held at the ochoolhouao  In aid of the piano fund. Owing; to  the Inclement weather the crowd was  not na large ns usual, but about KO  people were * present. The winners at  cards wero; First laches' prize, Miss  Bonnie Frampton, berry spoon; first  gents* prize, Mr. Littlejohn, watch  fob. Tho low scores were made by  MtBa Francos Malthouse and Harold  Frampton. Supper was served at 11  and dancing was In order for a few  hours after.  Mian Boris ITerbury left the fore  part ofthe week for Lumberton where  Bhoiatho guest  ot   hor   sister,   jura.  MclCoe. *"-  TVRESTL1NG  Andrew Alex. vs. Joe Goodman.  Bert Nelson vs. Challenger.  BOXING  Frank Crawford vs. Jack Norris.  Dean   Peairs  vs. Jerry   Caatongaay.  Don.- Spiers vs. Luke C;tstanguay.������  "Ted Payne vs. Canute Anderson.  S. Castonguay vs. Stewart, of Nelson.  Jimmy Lockhead vs. Ted Staples.  Sailor Smith vs. "Red" Larson.  Fred Benham va. L. Lewis.  While the Memorial Fund Comniitt-  ee are anxious to raise a considerable  sum of money they have spared no  expense to make the show a. auccess,  hoping that the public will respon d  with a record attendance.  ��������� This will be good clean athletie performance to which you can bring  your wife or sweetheart. A special  section will be reserved for the ladies.  Reserve your seats early. '���������'->.  MEN ONLY!  Presbyterian Church  Creston  Sunday f March 18  at THREE pm.  SUBJECT  ii  ^qSIIsM UBS  A Straight Talk to Men only.  SPEAKER:  Rev* F. A* Robinson  of Toronto.  Soloist:  MISS NIVEN, of Toronto.  Pi&niafcs  MISS GRTJNEET, of Chicago.  AR Mtm m-nd limy., over Sixteen  Years ar<e invited.  **j-\  ito_shh>W~~mn~~~~~~~~~~~~~~&&  Mli^lisii^jfe'^felli^i'!^^^  ...      ,t ��������� ���������      ���������- y  fe* W8 *"&<:. ^i***������"*������������i!^ 'i^i*^'"'. r*$.~ ���������ii-^SjtttV '$ -i*  mmmsmm -v-u^'a t,\-n % ltmiivi*l..hg,*^0t*M.l*&*&r~.
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TKE     REVIEW.      (TRESTON.     B.     <X
Less Hail Losses
A "81
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5.i��*w
particular people*
.-LgtAasatieS.  %j>& /SUJJ��!"^!*!!��
to a tornj crushed
to small, cleasra grains���every can
perfect coffee. I   >      /'...,.. ���   ;.."""-go
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Moral View of British Debt
Country Doss NoN Really Ows Unitsd
States a Dollar
The Avar v.'tis fought for a common
cause, the men of many nations fight-
i~~~��, (iving, ancl financing eacli other to
save -all from an unwelcome fate. Al
heart the American people are generous���and they understand the .situation just well enough to feel a sense
of embarrassment as,their commission
imposes terms on a country that is
playing the game and striving to .save
lier credit. Morally the "British do
not o-ve the United States a dollar.
When all is said and done there must
bc added to tlie credit side of the Justice and Fair Play account Britain's
ou�� pouring of gold in helping .save thc
Allied cause from August, 3 91*1,' to
April 1917.���Ottawa Journal.
Manitoba -Whitefish-Are  P��pu4ar
Shipping of fish caught in*-."Lakes
Winnipeg and "Wianipegqsis has commenced to Boston and New York mar- j
Saskatchewan   Hat!   Insurance   Statistics Are r.i ore Satisfactory,
A. E. Fisher, Superi-dtendent of Insurance for? Saskatchewan, has issued,
a statement showing the*, premiums
received by the hail insurance companies during- the--underwriting season
of 1922,:tQgetuer with the losses paid.
This statement 3s-based on figures
supplied by.,'tiie?"general manager, and
af Jar* as tbe 'companies themselves
are concerned/is subject to revision
\vlie-ii\.*the ZtosuF^nce.treaties -of thef
head offices are taken into "consideration/ .-""*-*.
*    *
"It is certainly gratifying," said Mr.
Fisher, "to note that the hail losses,
during 1922 were lower than in any of
the past five years, and that the loss
ration was only 31.79 4>f the premiums
received.- The experience of 1922 was
a great deal more/favorable than that
of 1921.     7 v ?? '������"":
"As far as the premiums paid for
hail insurance are concerned there
was a decided falling off in the amount
paid in 1922, the figure for that year
being ��"3,457,247.45, as' compared with
$4,588,925.02  in 1921.       On'the  other
Chest colds ~ broken !
Inflamed -membranes, congestion,
op-pressive pain.Apply Sloans to chest
and throat. It scatters congestion
'-your cold is gone*
Sloan's liiiiiiOLCiii
skills pain!
.Made in Canada
Forr}feurnatisTn;b7'u iseszsirai ns; cfyesp colds
Rare Owl In L<mdon Zoo
Snowy Bird Was Caught by���*'Vessel in
hand the 2osses_for 1922 were $1,098r
991.71,
S137.60.'
as    compared-  with    ��4,628,-
kets. , Manitoba whitefish is becoming increasingly popular in the east,
and, although shipments have been
made in previous years, it is stated
that the present one is by far the
largest. *     |
TIRED-OUT WOMEN
What   They
uuiiilu
M'ti-Oeeasi
A snowy owl captured on board L a
vessel 300 miles out of New York has
reached the London zoo. >������'������;.'
.There "was once in tho gardens a
specimen of -this large and' fierce
species taken 700 miles from shore.
One cannot mistake the newconier,
for its feathers.are immaculately clean.;'-.
compared with those of the older resi- *.
'dent, In the next, cage, which have.* be-,1
come dimmed by the smoke and-fogs I
of London. : j
��� What Is more- interesting  to  note, 1
however, is that, save for his face, the ���
plumage o�� the  latest lodger in  the
owls* aviary is richly-   adorned    with:
wavy black markings, while that of its
'.'.?,-*' Sure Death     ^
Mr. Smith.-���"What can you tell me
about prussic acid?"
Student.-���"It Is"a''very deadly poison. One drop of it placed on a dog's
tongue will kill a man.""7''
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j Years of suffering, however, might
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7 -medicipes.    duto   supplies   direct   to
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men; experience unnecessary; -surety re-
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Company.-"Dope. R, "Winnipeg, Man.
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luses, without soreness or irritation.
.Queen In Hsr Own Right
���Queen Wilhelmina of the Nether-
Lands, who will celebrate her jubf-
lee on the fin-one next August, is the
only women in the world who is lire igning sovereign in her own right.
a position she has held since 1898,
when she reached her majority and
was formally crowned.
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MipaUMi o-.- lull it/ cold, children love'
the   "M-uiTy"   t;vv;ii.*(   or   ������f'iilifoL-nia   Fis i _  ..
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^>'i   an  i iiiii ai ion lu,' .*> rup,
"l o  Ff-sshen   Hmonr>
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bo a(l run down. At times  my heart would flutter and palpitate
take such ��� weak spells in the pit of
my stomach, that I sometimes thought I would
never get better. I had
almost gi-ven up hope when
a friend advised the use
of Dr. Chase's Nerve Food.
I did not stop until I had
taken twenty-five boxes. It
has done wonders for me
arid I want to recommend
it to everyone."
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Kur.h iiackaRi* of "'Diamond Dyes"
fon tains dimoU-ons so ninijdo Hint any
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---���no r-jiiwr kind ���-1 linn per Poet homo
dyrdn�� i.-i Kusn-iin-tooil, oven IP you liave
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'txi.il. xvhe'lini* -i lio lufilerial j ou wish to
dy��: i.: \vool or .-d-llr. or whetlifM* it ia
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.thonld*"r Mxppert buck into pbu*e.      He
did Tirs. 3cno?/ what   had limpj��enr��(|   un-
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MM I '���������'rrP^-?LLL>??:  ', 'J^rLrLytP?-  Slz-r-;  ~~M  yy-j^-jj:  ���������PPPrZS^fflHgSt  .r    J*  TBOffi     REVIEW.     C&ESTON,  V alue Of Education In  K.ai6.mg   1 tie Dtandard KJ������  --    . *  ike   ^Modern   Agriculturist  The rise of Denmark io prosperity  coincides -with the development of an  educational system once practical  and ideal. The English farmers -who  visited Denmark -were astonished at  the good life of the Danish farmei*s.  The English hafd big farms and Jived  "badly in comparison with Danes on  small farms. What was the secret?  Education. , The Danish boys and  girls were of no account in their own  country until they ha\3 passed through  a course in the high schools or peasant universities. After leaving thc  primary or national schools, the poor-  Constipation  Vanishes  Forever  Prompt���������Permanent��������� Relief  CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER   PILLS  never fail. Purely vegetable���������act surely but^,,.^  .  Stop after- J^pBTTBLE:  dinner dis-/^| j|| i\^E~S=������  tress���������cor- ��������� _._���������������������������������  rect indiges-  tion; improve  the complexion -���������brighten the eyes.  Small PU!���������SmaU53ose-Small Pi Ice  est go to work to save up enough  money to enable them to study at a  high school. The well-to-do and the  poor alike go to these schools. The  people arc truly democratic. There  is no snobbery. A friend of mine  who visited a'high school talked to  two girls. vOne was the daughter of a  wealthy landowner, the other before  she went to the high school was a  : domestic servant in the same housye.  j They sat beside each other in the  I school as iriends. There is no* snob-  i hcry. Equality in education levels all  ] other distinctions. At another prira-  jary School near Copenhagen my friend  l^vas in the house of &he teacher close'  by" The room lie sat in was called  the King's 'Room. "Why? "Because  th.e King used to drop in in the .evening for talks with the teacher. -11 i*  a\ democratic country. A >oung man  working on the land was asked hy ~ny  friend the name of a plant. * The "boy  gave the Danish and-,1 hen thc Latin  name. lie could speak English ns  well' as his own language. Most  Danes are bilingual, and many know-  both English and German. There is  a national enthusiasm for education.  It has made tho country economically  and culturally important, and they  know that a poor land may be ;m a tie  3-ich .if there is a wealth of ideas  among .the people.-. Wealth begins in  the mind.���������C. "W. -"Russell in the Irish  Homestead. '.-    '  WESTERN  EDITORS  I  iVlarket For Canadian Gram  Jixpanding A~s \Vorld Shortage  Of Wlieat Becomes Evideir  Chas. Hynds, Editor and Proprietor ol  The News-Record, Lumsden, Sask.  Tils Lady Gives  1L00  &\6aSd!i  liny  j She  Recommends Dodd's Kidney Pills  ; for Kidney Ills*  ���������^  ������������������������  TiieCatiacii  a     ~  WILL FIND  Miss   C.    M.   CrFdland    Suffered   from  .Kidney  Trouble  and   got  no   Relief  Till   She  took, Dodd's   Kidney   Pills.  "Langton, Ont.��������� (Special).���������Miss C.  M. Cridland, a well known resident  here, states, "I lmve -been troubled  with my kidneys lor some time. Your  Dodd's Kidney "Pills did me more good  than any other -medicine I have ever   , ~. _ ��������� t    , .-x --~. -     ,  taken.      I think thej^aro a wonderful"H5prt ai>art pl ^s bread supply.  medicine."  : Dodd's Kidney Pills are. purely a  kidney remedy. They tone up and  strengthen weak kidneys and put them  in .condition;-to..do their full work of  straining the. impurities out of the  bloodv Strong Ileal thy kidneys are  absolutely necessary if the blood is to  be pure and thd lody healtlry.  Pure blood coursing through the  body carries.to. tlie different organs,  the nourishment they need,-keeps them  sound .and enables the hi to throw oft*  diseasb'* of different kinds.  One of-^thc curious phenomena noticed in the United States, and often  commented upon, is-the "wheat line"  which has receded year by year as tho  fertility of virgin soiL.was exhausted  and more diversified and intense fanning was adopted.  It may be that some of (he'older  grain growing districts in Saskatchewan have come to the inevitable trail-'  sition stage which requires a new kind  of    farming. Summer    cultivation,  fallowing, green manuring, crop rotation, etc., are being slowly adopted,  though the process is not profitable in  growing wheat in competition with  j virgin land.  Yet thc v market for Canada's grain  is expanding. Japan has just senfan  envoy to make arrangements for the  shipment of Canadian grain to that  country, recently industrialized, and  representing an enormous potential  wheat consumption. Wheat can confidently be expected to .drive out rice  in the "Orient, to some extent at least.  This will certainly take^place as the  process of industrialization proceeds,  for rice growing demands a prodigious  amount of hand labor of the most  irksome kind.  Within ~\ very few years, the United  States will cease to pe a wheat exporting country, and will begin to im-  Con-  siderable^ Canadian' wheat already  finds its way across the border; because of its high quality it is used for  mixing . with low-grade American  ��������� wheats. Z  It is a ^.singular thing : that while  wheat is nowhere: found wild, it will  grow in any climate,"except the Arctic  The Origin ������f Life  *���������tho nortliorir ]iu.": for "wheat growing has not been r*f������;i*. hed, and it produces abundant ciop-s tavern in equatorial regions.  Another- remarkable, *i>n*:< about  wheat was discovered duriu*-, **i <- Hist  season, when our crop was ~.- ikci^d  in the face of gravely disturbed Puro.-  pcan conditions���������wheat is cm-yen. y-  just as good, if somewhat more buih>  than gold. v The British exporters  simply bartered our whe&t in Europe  last year. 'They did not pretend to  sell it for money: The depreciated  and shaky state of most of the currencies made the risk too great, so  the -canny Britisher simply trades so  many bushels of wheat for so many  hundredweight of figs, raisins or other  commodities. By this bartex-ing process the price of wheat has remained  at a fairly steady level in spite o������ "the.  hectic  Eux4Opeaii   iiioney   conditions.  Many western fanneis have been  worrying about what will happen to -  the European demand, for wheat in  case other countries collapse as completely as has, for instance, Austria.  But the fluid and non-perishable nature of wheat makes it a commodity-  which is pre-eminently easy to barter,  "���������and European conditions can'become  much more disturbed than they are at  present without' seriously, disturbing  the market for Canadian wheat.  Not only that, but it\as becoming  evident that a world shortage of wheat  during 1923 is a serious probability.  Certainly there areftflb adequate reserve stocks.-~anywhere in tlie world,  so that t^*e;,outiook.,*for, a Crna^jraarket .  for^Canada's:; 1923- \������Ii-e{������t- crop 71S good.  inatlPobt^ "Zlj-Z .ZZ. ' : ;  TO B*3 OF  SERVICE to -VVestciii   Grasdian   l^irocrs  rvr.<l * he'*T> to  meet thcir  needs   in   securing .���������.'comifeteivtVfnrmr h*Ai>,   the   Canadian   Pacific   Railway   i.s  -prepared  to   -utilize - its', ���������widespread   organization   to   provide   such   help   JEitjjn  a  number  oi   countties.  The CA"NADIA>L PACIFIC*-, *nqihYayw-\jXH nay receive .anil arear, ae to ai'.l  applications for maile and female farm liclp tcT be supplied from CJreju  Britain, Belgium, Holland. Menmaik. Switzerland mid Norway, in all Of  ���������which countries thc Company has-.representatives who have farmed in anil  i are familiar Willi Western' Canadian -conditions and *who are now in touch  with such '-men Land  women   i-eady  and .anxious  to  come to  Canada.  THE GOVER"NBI"GNTS of-th<������ countries above nrtentio-ned hnve expressed  -fheir ���������willingness to aid the einjsjatic.n oC this cl:i������a of-th������>ir peoples. In  order to fill Buch npplirntions. s::ti!.f:ictorily ar.d liriiiK the h.elp to tho  farmer at Hie proper time and with a clear ���������undei*"**standin*: of the requirements and oblijrations ot each, z\ printed "Application for JHclp" fo������m has"  been prepared which enn bc obtained from any C .P.R. Station Ascnt or  offices   listed belov.  l*ho Company will make no charge to tho fp.i-mor for this service nor will  the farmer be t-q(piii*ed to make any cash advance.whatsoever towards the  travellintr .expenses of hla help to the nearest railway station. The information necessarily asked for in tho.=e application, forms, which will l>s l"eld_in  strictest confidence, covers the following points:���������tho -kind of help required���������  'jniilo or female���������mairried os**'unmarried:' date required���������'��������� and foi- ho-\*^. long;  nationality desired; monthly wages offered? kind of work offered, etc.  WINNTPEG.���������T. S. Acheso'n, General Agricultural Agent.  C.P.K.  WINl^EPEG���������John   Sweeting.   Industrial   Agent.   C.r.K.-  8ASKATO'ON.-^W.  J.  Gerow.  I.ana  Agent.  C.P.*R.  EDMONTON���������^J.  MHfer,   Land  Agent,  C.P.R.  CA-LGARy^-M*.   E.   Thornton.   Supt.   Colonisation.   C.P.W. _^  "VANCOUVElt.���������E.   J.   Scmmens,- Trav.   Industrial   Agent,   C.P.K.  Department of Colonization and Development  (Zanndian Pacific Railfray  J.  S. DENNIS, "Chief -Commissioner, Montreal.  [ Scientists   Claim to   Have   Discovered  ] Sorrie of-tt>a Secrets" of  Being  1 -IJiiti.sh "scicnlisis have put thcii  Qngers on one "ot the greatest questions oi* all time. The research  chrrsnsts oi." ^.ivejpool i.'iiivcrsiry ha\-e  rruule a greater discovery perhaps.  1han tlioso of Columbns or Copernicus.  It is not in 'heir c-ido a question ol  finding a cominent or a universe, but  i oi" one of thr; secret.-i ol* boinjr.' They  ! have .seen lite growing OTl| *oi- ^catn, .*.  -\  r breath of sas,*a drop of water becoming-   the   living   material Trom   whicli  j tho whole vegetable world is built tip.  j Professor Benjamin Moore, oi* Liver-  ���������:pobr;,"j:nivcrsJty, a genius of science,  died /luring the war within sight of  this discovery*; His- successors have  entered into tho land he promised  them. They havo watched the visible  unfolding of the . dawning of .. life.  Their discovery of how the inorganic  actually becomes organic has linked  the world closer together and forged  another bond in the unity of everything that exists.:���������Tho "London Daily  News.  UNLESS you see the naqie "Bayer" on tablets, you  are not patting Aspirin at all  Accept only an  "unhroTcch package" of "Bayer Tablets of  Aspirin/,'.whicli." contains. dJrcciions nnd dose worked out by  physicians chiring 22 years and proved safe by millions for  Headache" Rheumatism     \  Neuralgia Neuritis  Lumbago Pain, Pain  Handy 'ijayw" t^pco*���������of 13 ttt,blct������-rAlso bottlea o^! 21 and ioo-r-i>ruK8i������ts������  ���������MdoithL ln'oift ifftfld* miVli'' (r������ci������|������M;4jn <J,������n*dn), ������''"������������:������+..^^^"Trl"^ W"r  m.tt*0l hi'Jl.'lilllMllir    t\.L     m-l.t.~'m%li LK   llir~~^%v4l*m,m ������#U*ltW      tii      **-      * -   I- . J      "'Ml.,')      ���������������  H*' >v     "KiJ'JIIl       -"l  *v .l*f     -   ' '>t^      ;���������*  ���������������n������������fti' ur'\ to.txmlm. ih������ iml.lto aNAln������t linlt*ttAn������. ih^ Tnbloi^or M;i.ver C������������mi������uny.  *mlil " *"a������iilHi������t. u-lth   thh*s- e<n<*������-������l  ������mUJo ������i������rh,  Uu. ������������������l������������y������u* ������:rop."  Colds  Toothache  Earache  ���������������������������.-.-  0>  HORSES COUGHING?      USE**  Spohn's   Distemper Xampound  to broak Lt np anct g-e't tliein back In con<"lilion. Thirty y-ears*  \is<3 has lhacic "SPOHiV'S" indispensable in treating Covig-hs  .and Colds?. lnfU.i���������tnKa nnd "Distem.pec..\rtth-their resulting *con\-  jiiicationK, and all "diseases of the Uiroat.- nose and lungs.  Acts^.ma*rvelo'usIy>ia.s pi-eventive; acts e������i\������ally ���������well as.cuw.  Sold in two sizes tu: all diatjf stores.  SPOHN   MEDICAL. COMPANY,      ���������       GOSHEN,   3ND-,   U.S.A.  Treaty With  China  -Trade   and   In^jpigration   Treaty   May  ���������'.*���������- Be Soon Concluded ���������  \ A reciproctil trade smtl immigration  ilrealy is soon to lio "concluded betAveen  Canada and China, according (o Dr.  Chilk-n Taur, Chlhcao Consul-General,  OfUnva. "'Canada wants our silk and  wctv;tnt Cana'dlnn whcalt," ' lie .said.  Tlio* treaty would afford advantageous  terms for both countrios in. tho inter-  chnn'KO of iiroduct.s. ^Tho * trade  trefyty." doolairod Dr. Taur, "will provide that China ohall not allow labor-  era to come to Ciinada, while''the Dominion will romovo tho head tax'.''  ,, Export Poultry  A con.sidorabU\*\'i>ort i>oultry trade  hats l>e(?n d-evo'loiicd by the farmers-In  SaHkatchcwnn dni'Ing tlio last .few  yeara. During Ihe period December  1st to Slat, 1022, there wero -nfteen  cara of poultry Hlilppetl .from Mooso  Jaw. Of thin 277,000 poundh went to  \VinnIpeg, SU.UOO pounds ��������� lo Afontroal  and 2*1,000 to Vancouver,  ake At Home  when you can buy bread like it,  ready baked?  GOUNT the raisins ���������at  least  eight big,  plump,  tender fp-iut-meats to  the  ��������� slice.**,"  Taste it���������sec how the raisin flavor permeates the  bread.  , No need to bake at home  when  we've arranged  -witli  **" bakers - in almost c vc ry town  nnd ,cit3r to bake this  full-  fruited raisin bread.  r  Just "phone and they'll deliver it���������all ready to surprise the family tonight.  It comes from master bat-  ������rs'  modern oven***; iii you*  city.    And   it's made with  Sun-Maid Raisins.  That's another reason for ita  superiority. A rare cohabinatioa  of nutritious cereal and ���������fruit-  both good and good for you, ~~*  you should serve it at least twice  a-week.  Use Sun-Maid Raisins also ia  puddings, cakes and cookies. You  may be offered other brands that  you know less well thnn Sun-  Maids, but the kind j*ou want ta  the kind you know l~ good. Insist^. therefore, on Sun-Maul  brand. They cost no more than  ordinary raisins.  ��������� Mail coupon for free book oi  tested Sun-Maid recipes.  Firm on Their Thiiones  t Storms������ on the Atlantic recently have  been tho worst for forty years. KIn������  George and tho Storm King seem to  bo about tho only -sovereign firmly  Genital en  their resiieetlvo thron-nd.  'W.""N,"u;"~T458'  SUN-MAID RAISINS  ftetm art n m   tris      *    "  The Supreme Bread Kaisin  Sun-Maid Raisin Growers  Member&hip 14,000  Fresno, California  \  i  7~-.~0^ti:-~~~~~  mmm mmmm amitm mmm, ~vm~t mam. aamam mmamm aatmat matt  j       CUT THIS OUTAX1) SEND IT  I Sun-Maid H������l*En Grow-eri*  _ 0cpt. N-534-12, Fresno, Cxlifonua  I    P1ea������e i*ml roe copy of your tttt boolr,  1 WCecipca with Raialn-i."  1 **, *���������*. ��������� i ������������������ ���������    '  M   i~,-iL.~00-000~0.~.-000.~~���������~0~.-���������'00 m-tr* ..**-!>,..���������.-'.if ��������������� ���������������������������������<  1  aBBB  SOS  ssssmm  I  ~f \  Tins  CKJSSTON  toWVWW-  One-Strap Buckle  P  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Luitable  for street wear and  specially priced at  .. Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C.  Subscription : $2.50 & year in advance.  ������3,00 to I7.S-, points.  C. F. Hates, Editor and Owner,  CRESTON. B.C., FRIDAY, MAR. 16  Church Union Inevitable  Above    all    do   comfortable  shoes    coatribute    to    the  pleasure of any outing trip.  These, with low walking heels  .will  appeal particularly to  the woman  who demands  perfection of line as well as  rt in her footwear.  comfort  Two special models :  DarkBrown Russian Leather  Black Calf Skin  All sizes.   .  SALE OF m\m I1ABE km 001?  There will b*������ sold by public auction  on Saturday. March 31st, at 2 o'clock  p.m. One mare, about three years  old, and one colt, about eight months  old. Sale at barn, of Canyon City  Lumber Company, L,td.t Canyon Citv.  J. F. Rose, auctioneer.    Terms   cash.  Ralph Connor; author of "The  Sky Pilot", "The Man From Glengarry", and many other popular  novels dealing with the life of  Canada, may be a man of dual  personality, in that he is also the  Rev. C W. Gordon, D.D., minister  of St. Stephen's church, Winnipeg,  and ex-Moderator of the Presby*  terian General Assembly, but he  has no two opinions on the ques=  tion of Church Union.  In the course of a recent interview, the preacher-novelist emphatically declared himself as opposed to further delay in the consummation of the Union. **The  interests at stake are so vast and  pressing that the Christian Church  cannot afford to pause for a tangle  day, merely for the sake of pausing  or because of any hope that we  may have of winning those opposed  to Union to share our convictions,"  said Dr. Gordon/  "We shall have to expect that a  number of brethern "will be unable  to see their way to move -hTto the  Union just how, but noamount_of  delay will change their conviction  or attitude. I feel that the delay  of bis great movement for Christian  unity in Canada is trifling with interests so serious and inviting disaster so great that I could not accept responsibility for advising der  lay."  Speaking of the situation in the  West, with which he is so familiar,  I>r. Gordon said: "there is no  doubt in my mind that as far as  Western Canada, is concerned,  Church Union   is   practically   ac  complished, and nothing that I can  imagine will prevent its formal and  complete consummation. Very few  indeed will be the Presbyterian congregations in the West that, .will  remain outside the Union Church."  Dr> Gordon believed that .the  alignment and mobilization of the  Christian .forces of Canada by  Church Union will do more than  anything else to advance the cause  of true religion among the people.  "The preservation of this. Church  or that Churchr this name or that  name*, is so utterly * insignificant  that it sinks out of sight," said Dr.  **-������ t>������. VIVA ~~~  HERE & THERE  Sit ONE OF THE KiDS  The last time I saw you I said I  would.like to stir up Creston. I  have been gently doing so. Yet I  am no stirrup. I also haye stirred  the people in the south, east and  west; so muehjao that one -woman  asked me, "Who do you think you  are." I produced some of my pedigree, hut not so far back as I could  go. according- to quite ancient documents in sny possession.  I notice by the Review that one  of the Valley's greatest trouble is  transportation. Why not get all  the idle men-to make or work on a  Not the kind' we areusually obliged  to look at;' but Drafts, agrictelturs.1,  general purpose, roadsters and  carriage horses.        -    ���������  In cattle .we have the Holstein.  Jersey, Guernesey* Ayrshirea and  other breeds* besides grade beef  cattle, cows, heifers, Bteers and  oxen. I have never seen a yoke of  oxen here to gee and haw, or yip  and yap. Then there are-all grades  sheep, goats, swine, dogs and cats,  and in my haste I may forget'some  useful animal. How can there be  the best detail -and attention to ali-  those things, and have twenty or  more varieties to look after in all  varied packages and plates.  And what about our schools.  What about manual training, And  technology for our boys. The^girls  have a betted chance, because a  mother can teach her girl, all the  necessary features of household  economics, and domestic science.  And bur - Women s Institute?  Do they ever mistakes. , Oh, yes,  but tney. "re doing the best they  know how. One woman asked me  particularly to leave the men alone,  and get   after   the   women.   -Vou  Weston, Charlie Malthouse. Second  Reader���������Gladys Brain, George Fraiup*  ton, Hilda Filmer,- Albert Weston,  Fred Yerbury. Agnes Sinclair, "Lucy  i*ye. First Reader���������Billy Yerbury.  Phbnica���������Irene Wella^rinK. Wallace  Sinclair, Mae Millitjgton, ArthurJ  Charleson. Receiving Class���������Jauiee  Lye; Frank Yerbury. Perfect Attend-  ance���������George Frampton, Charlie  Malthouse, Agnes Sinclair, Wallace  Sinclair.  ���������    Synapsis ������f -  *  imi Aet JL������e@^menfs  mow  abU  ���������%-*������*-%   mBMhf    w"Y2*fi    ^Xfsll  u������w*j     ww*������   ***%3     vw uuW     jr\/*li       *��������������� SSmVf  ^to  ~-0.tr  U>*UV  do not like "to see homely' women  wear paint, or a grey headed sinner  pretend she is a saint.  The women are ^ great worker?^  and so are some ol the men.  Work, I wonder if   some   of  you  good highway.    Then get a fleet of know what the word means.    The  ������������������ ���������***������������������*��������� -*������I������������*fc J'WAm ^bftsi      jm. 0~x      ft l-W    ������������������ S   *������ ������������������*������������������*��������� mmt.   ���������   ������-������M������ S* ���������    ������#������**^?������ t~- ._   .. ___.**.._ _    _        __  at Consistent Prices, guaranteed to gloe satisfaction  Dominion and Goodyear Tires and Tubes  in all sizes, fabric and cord.  Well  assorted stock of Genuine   Chevrolet  and Ford Farts.  Full line of Accessories and spare parts.  BATTERY CHARGING       :       AUTO LIVERY  Creston Service  Garage  tmfOQATE   BROS.  CHEVROLET MOTOR CABS AND  TRUCKS  -*\QENTJ3  FAIRBANKS-MORSE LIGHTING  PLANTS tc QAS ENGINES  10-Day ALUMINUM WARE Sale  Commencing March 10���������Closing March 20th  Women are thoroughly businesslike in tho arrangement of  their households. They insist upon having efficient tools  with which to work That is why so many are exuipping  their kitchens with VIKO, the Popular Aluminum. Viko  ������i������ aturdy, well-oonstrucoed aluminum ware of the improved  modern design that makes cooking easier and more  efficient.    At this sale we offer  Your  choice  of  any article, each  Percolators  Tea_ Kettles  Water Pails  Hssfi Pans  Roasters  Stew Kettles  DouBle Boilers  Pudding Dishes  Sauce Pans  Potato Heaters  Tlifflfl goodte ai*������ displayed fn our window.  i^Hhb^hi ^m .-^fe ^^ s^M^a .^^^^ awkay& jLm^^M^^i ^a .^mms i^^v m^mWask ^m^sul -^-%^e~\ x^s^.%  trucks, such as McCormick & Deer-  ing's Red Babies, or some of  Henry's trucks. What is the matter with our friend Bevan. I have  written to the McCormicks, also to  Henry. I always get a most favorable reply from his secretary.  Of course, you will again tell me  it is the money. What has gone  wrong with the great financiers of  the country. -Glorious is the charge  Til make, "Onward," the light brigade, volley and thunder.*' What's  become of the plunder?. We are all  taxed to our heart's content and  then some. '  Political economy,. we need it.  Even some of our bankers- wear  serious faces. ������To wonder. Such  management by men in trust of our  economic and industrial machinery.  Their foresight is dimmed by something���������cobwebs on the brain, I  presume. What we need is honest  men. Honest all the way through.  Not one who will steal a penny, lor  even another man's sweetheart.'  And, about the fall fair, what  progressive plans are going on, are  they well laid. Of course September 3, 4, and 5 would be very early  for a fair. Vancouver fair is held  in August and is a success. What  a grand thing ib would be for the  honest labcring man, with his hard  and horny hands; his heart and hie  soul, to have three fair Labor Days.  Condense Xinbor Day, und fair, instead of having three days later on.  It would also be well for the employer beoause-the machinery stops  on Labor Day, usually. Another  -atop on fair day makes it necessary  for two new beginnings Do you  understand. The men, after hav-  ing a good rest, and a jolly good  time, would do more work in two  than in three days under strained  conditions.  % i i ��������� :. ��������� .  Later on, about tho end of October or the beginning of November,  when all tho , applet aro -garnered.  and safe from Jaok Front, why not  havo an Apple Day. Would St bo  impossible? Tho flrat fair beforo  the real apple picking begins, and  the apple show when all is well out*  of the way, and wo oan say  "Hurrah for a holiday/' Work  while you work, aud play while you  play." No matter what game you  play, play honest is my advioo to  fall.  What about waiter for that stock  Major Mallandaine has   in   night.  women of our congregation are  now almost as lazy as the men.  In fact, I believe the men are trying to do all they canj/at least two  or three of the old chaps are. God  bless the wise old - heads. The  young men take good care, however, not to do too much.  The backyards in Creston show  up the men. It is all I ever need  to look at to judge whether or not  a man ia methodical aud exact in  all his concerns. A woman's cellar is also the key to good housekeeping. I neVer likn to say anything about the women, but I'have  been particularly requested to do  so. Of ' course, charity begins at  home.  \  Minimum price of ttrst-dess land  reduced to to an acre; seeond-eJaas tt  $8.60 an acre.  Pre-jgsaptioB usw s^nfined ft������ surveyed lands only.  Records will be granted covering; only  land suitable for agricultural purposes  and which ia non-Umber land.  Partnership pre-emptions ^abolished,  but parties of not more than four may  arrange for adjacent pre-emptions  with^joint ���������residence, but each- roalctng  necQrisary ui*ps*Oirei������sv33't������ ������*i..rfi������5ie������tiSr������  Pre-emptors -musiToeeupy claims for  five years and make Improvement to  value of 110 per acre, Including clear-  . Ins and cultivation off at least 6 acres.  before recelvlns drown'Grant.  Where pre-emptor la-occupation not  ss* than 3 years, and has made pro-  POrttOUSit*   *������������������������������MWimvjxnttt^   ha -msn*^ Kt.  cause of IB-health,'or other causa, fee  granted intermediate certificate of Improvement .and transfer his *������t1*<"������  Records without, permanent  dence may be Issued, provided applicant makes Improvements to extent ef  S300 Der annum and re*H>"-ds s&m* each  year. Failure to make improvements  or record same will orw-mt-e as forfeiture. . TlUe cannot be- obtained in'  less than 6 years, and improvements  of 810.00 per acre.- Including & acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  of at least 3 years are required, d*  "Pre-emptor holding? Crown ������r&m  may record another pre-emption, if he  requires land In conjunction with his  farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory Improvements made  an* residence -maintained on Crown  granted land.  Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding; 20  acres, may be leased as horoesltes;  title to be obtained after fulfilling; residential? aad Improvement condttlons.  For sraslnf and industrial purposes  areas exceeding 640 acres - may be  teased by one person or company.  Mill, factory or indnstrlaf sites  timber land   not  exceeding;   40  may be purchased; conditions include  tjayraent of stumpage.  Natural hay meadows Inaccessible  by existing; roads may bs purchased  conditional upon construction of a road  to them. Rebate of one-half of cost of  -road, not exceeding; half of purchase  price, la made.  tfpy\%  &RANT&  Lister School Report  fRE- EMPTORS*      TOtSE  a ACT.  The aeons of thia Act is ea2arse& to  Include ������~u persons dolnlns and sesrv-  Ips with Hfa -MoJejrty^KjrSs. Tbs  ���������tlmti within which the heirs <xr devbtteee  of a deceased-pre-emptor may apply  for tiUe under this Act ls������Et������nd^  - trom for one -year from ths death of -  - such -personr "as" fbrmeriy.   until  one  year after the conclusion of tbe present  -v .war. - -This, nrlvileae- Is also -mad* -e-  troactive*. a  Ko fees relating;to Bre-eastlonaare  due or payable Iby so"idi������nion pr������-  emptions recorded after June ts. IMS  Taxes are remitted -for -five years."  Provialon for retairn of moneys ac-  S*",^'^110 aRd been B*1* ������������������>��������������� AUKUSt  i. 1814, on account of payments, fees  Miss Redfkath, principal of JLister  schiiol, has issued the foliowing report  for February: Highest Standing,  Entrance���������Ruby Lister, Bonald Brain.  Junior Fourth'���������Doris Millington*  Frances MidthouBe, Jack Jory. Cora  Frampton, Eva Brain* Hnrold Frampton. Senior Third���������Jessie Brain,  Merle Charleson, Dorothy Weston,  Albert Mitchell. Junior Third���������Ahnie  Yerbury, Fredm. ~jye9 -George Oharle-*  eon, Flossie Evan^-JoKh Malthouse,  Gus Oharlesop-rCfeorge Chudley, Peter  McKay. Perfeot, attondanca���������Flossie  BvanB*  For the junior room JVIiee Hardistv'o  report is as follows: Highest stand*  ing. Third  Reader���������Jack Bird,   Fred  or taxes on soldiers' pre-empUona,  . Interest on asreements to purchase  t?Xn*������-~-'alt* lotB h9~M.by ttuabmS  AJlled Forces, or dependents, acQuired  direct or indiroct. remitted fromT������n-  listment to March 81. 1M0.  SUB-PURCHASKR* OF C������OWN  ���������0:-���������-'���������������������������- .*'.''*'.   :l-AnlBB������    ;.*:...  ^TProvisibn = made for Isauanoe of  Crown fronts to sub������purohasers of  Crown Xands, acquiring; rlshts from  purchasers who failed to ooaudete  purphas^-lnvolvliur forfeiture, oinffttl-  flllment pf conditions of purchase, interest and taxes. Whero sub-piiarchas-  ers do not claim whole of ortalnal sar-  eel. pui^hase prise due and taxes may  be dlatrtbuted proportionately oveS*  whole area. Application, must be  made by May 1, lSZQ. ���������  ORASINO. *  araslns Aot. 1919. for ���������ystsmatte  development trf livestock Industry nro-  vkles for gpraslns; districts and ranee  administration under Commissioner.  Annual irraaln* permits issued basad  <m numbers ransed^ priority for eatab-  stock-owners    may  tlahed    owners.  form AsBocHtions for ranee manoa-e-  auuat. JTree, or partially free, permits  for settlers, campers or travellers, up  ivr  ntuwn <  to ten head.  Try the Drugstore First  wr������M  ������������ s r ���������*-���������   -   ���������       t     t  tt ttt   flMIIU   Umf     WMU)i"|    t������������4CB     UU   W*H%*.  prioa      1   hope   to   turn   l������eaht{ful  horw-oa in   the   Valley   some   day.  Jiaster .  BUY THEM NOW  PRICES RIGHT  FOR THE JKUDDIES-Zff&ncy Baskets, Cream and Jelly Erro,  Chooolate Siib&lii^ latud IHunikiitJig Buwuiew, ,4$~*<~~'  FOR THE "ONL Y" GIRL���������Box Chooolatco, ������ll oi*zoc    In  bulk, too.    Forfttraea, Toilet Seta, Jewel Cases, etc.  We have marked our goods to oonfform with uny and all  TpookotbookB.    Come and be oonvinaod.  Jrlow A.bo������iit *tlis,t ^tL^stci" JiOaiiiict������  AHtttoHATDYE will brighten it up like new.    We have ifc.  BMMBjUM|       MMM      SMMg||������|MM| |M  mumw^i ^Hftk     ' MB&      mmuuumm||u      mu*    JUS     StBtk     tfjjtM     MS    . fltt        Itt Q  ������li^ 1 5 i II r UM I if rl I 9   Lllli  Mail Orders a  Specialty.    '  Phone Service,  Prompt Attention  ���������*������������������**������ ���������S.lvfWj'H-V^M'tJt'iH-*'*'  rmmm&mmmm THE  OBESTOH  RSYIEW  / Zf  *  A  Staples Growers   :;  Evolve a Valley  of Go-Op.  H>**r    '  raan  An attendance, of over one hundred  was in evidence, on Monday night at  the meetinf? of the- growers selling  through Staples Fruit Company,.  Limited, at -which the 185B selling  policy, especially in connection jsritta  the Cooperative Growers of' B.~0.���������'  Limited, was very fully and satisfactorily discussed, "and if .the plan as  adopted at. this meeting is accepted by  the Union growers at the big meetings  ort Saturday afternoon, a marketing  policy In* which the Vaiiey can co operate 100 per cent, -strong, and tb the  advantage of all, wiU in aU probability  be adopted. -  On invitation Messrs. Jas. Comp  ton. K. J. Long, C W. Allan. C. tt.  Bennett and Chairman C B." Garland  of the growers committee, .along wfth  the press, wei*epresent, and oa motion  the chair was occupied by O. F. Hfeyep.  Mr. Garland was the first ,epi aker,  his effort being confined -entirely to  reading a' letter received., frorii the  Committee of Ten at Vernon, in which  lb wlu^u������iiiM.b6u buaablie acmiig (fOJtluY  of the Co-OperativeGrowers would-be  adapted tomeet the' peculiar situation  that exists atlQreston insofar .as this  was feasible.* but very plait-fly  statins  that certainty Creston-would be given  advantage " of��������� the. favorable   freight  __rates that   obtain   here. "On   request  Mr. Garland  also read  a telegrem to  hand Monday from   Mr.   Symington.  manager- for   the   Nash   interests 'ini  western Canada,   which   stated   that,  "they Had '.decided  to close their house  in Oreston." which bas operated under  the name of Staples Fruit Company,  Limited. .    '  In opening his address Mr.. Staples  Am Mirobelti:  .Whom mmi H&mesm  explained that the reason the Nasli  *peopIe7were withdrawing from Creston  was in order to Iteep faith with * a  promise given when the Co-Operative  Growers of B.C., Limited,- was first  projected, that all "Nash^houses in  B.C. would be closed -in order-that  their continued existence .would not  militate against the successful organ*  ization of the .big, new co operative  selling concern.  - Mr. Staples yery futly sketched the  fruit situation   as   it- exists   in   B Ch  today, and the _why and wherefore of  the- disastrous    marketing   situation  that had to be   handled   in   1922.    He  very "clearly pointed out the benefits  t"-������e Co-Operative Growers weuld'coh-  ������ -v on the industry-were it successful  in signing up-80 per cent, of the whole  tonnage" of   tbe   province.      He   also  pointed out  that   due   to   its- advantageous   location   -next   door   to "the  prairie   Creston   Valley   fruit  had   a  natural market that it could dominate  against all comers and for that reason  no matter  whether Creston  affiliated  with the big co operative or not there  would certainly be dealers-willing and  anxious to handle the Creston   Valley  q ;op.    Mr. Staples, however, preferred  .doing business with the  Co-Operative  Growers provided the peculiar and advantageous " situation     enjoyed   -by  Creston was fully   recognized   in   the  c mtracts demanded, of Creston grower*. - a  Following his address   Mr.   Staples  suit them and tt was found that with  but one exception all' were agreeable  to signing a com met that met with  their, approval.  The meeting then, went into a dis*  Enrollment 9  Average attendance 7.58  ' Highest Standing���������Ciara Morrow.  Entrance     Class,   - enrollment    18.  Average   attendance    16.3.      Highest  Men's Half Soles, $1.25  Women'sHaifSoles,$l,00  Guaranteed'for 6 months..  was^quebtioned 6h   all   phases   of   the  &-*���������     ���������*-      ? j- ���������  marketing situation; and after suggestions of many, sorts and along many  lines bad been put forward the meeting unanimously adopted a resolution  -empowering Mr. Staples to confer  with the directors of Creston Fruit  Growers Union with a-" view to agreeing on a marketing policy jn which  .Valley growers could participate 100  per cent, strong, the Staples growers  agreeing to accept whatever ai range-  men t Mv. Staples saw fit to make.  Mr. Staples Hgreed to act in this  connection provided the groweis  would outline to him just how far  thev were prepared to go and to test  out the sentiment of those present as  to the contract they were asked to  sign, a standing vote was taken and it  was fortmd that "only one man present  was willing- to sigh thc present con.  tract.-   - ..  Immediately another vote was taken  to ascertain how many would sign a  contract that would   be-amended   to  Hussion of the   contract   and   it   was j standing��������� Edith Crawford. Annaretta  quickly found thatthe big objection   MacDonald, Donald Young.  to the contract now before them was  the excessive charges in   one way and  another���������amounting to 33 cents a box  ���������that nad to be paid if  business.were  to be carried on as per contract.  '* Equally strong pbjection was made  to having the Oreston business handled,  at Veri-,on. or'even -a sub-central at'  Nelson. A satisfactory selling policy  was impossible with^ control at either  point, and all were equally emphatic  in disapproving of the suggested policv  of haying collections made at Vernon  and remittances sent here to pay  Creston growers.    *���������-*  These objectionable features it is  proposed to eliminate by* asking that  Creston be-made a selling centre by  itself and aiso.doing������its own collecting  and paying its own growers. Too,-by  financing its own ^building and other  liabilities*a saving- of five cents a box  can be made, - possjby. as compared  with*the terms s*et,fourth in the present contract in this connection.  Z "With"ail  possible deductions' made  Iron* the contract (schedule  and with  Creston control of selling  and collecting conceded, a standing vote of the  meeting was taken ^.ps to   whether tbe  Staples growers  were prepared tb go  into the B.C. Growers  by signing contracts that gave' them alt  the advantages   outlined,    ahd-1   the    vote   was  unanimous with the exception of one  Wvnndel grower who - stoutly   maintained that he would sign  no contract  of any description..  leaving arrived at this definite conclusion the motion was enthusiastically  carried'that Mr. Staples should meet  the Union directors and endeavor to  have then) agree to take a similar  stand in connection with the contract  and if the effort   is successful   it is ex  Am SO/VD  -- * ~a'L.A-ST*2&!~:&  PL.MN4. ORNAMENTAL- .  (Canyon)      ERICKSON P.O.        B.C.  MORTGAGE SALE  - Under and by virtue^ of the powers  contained    in    a   certain,   mortgage,  which will be produced at  the time of  sale, there will be offered for sale bv  public-auction   on   Tuesday,   the  3rd  day of April, 1923,  at the hour of o'ne  thirty o'clock (Standard time) in the  afternoon, at the- dwelling house upon  Lot 27 of Lot 891,.Group Okie,   known  as Mountain View Ranch,  at "Creston,  B.C.. the following   property   situate  near Creston, B.C.. and more particu  larly described as Lot 27   of   Lot  891,  Group One, Kootenay   District, Map  698.  The property will be sold subject to  *a reserve bid. Twenty- (20) per cent of  the purchase 'price to be paid in cash  at the time of sale, and' the balance in  accordance with the.terms and con  d'tions to be made known at the time  of the sale. - .  - For further particulars  apply to tne  undersigned..  Dated at Creston, B.C., the 28th day  of February, 1923.  C. B. GARLAND.  Solicitor for the Vendor.  *���������**���������������__-.������.���������_  ���������*> it-* .  The Vendor is advised that the  property consists of farming land approximately 30 acres in extent, and  that there is thefl-eon adwelEiug house;  ham andr"oi!tho!3se8. -There is ti^on  said land severeal hunndred fruit  trees, bearing various varieties:- of  apples, and also other fruit trees;  besides alfalfa pasture land of approximately nine acres.  Is there any  JLVlLtwci.&-  4-~U~~0  111  otige?  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  Hanvs and Bacon  . Finest  Quality  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  Bologna, &c.  are always to be had  here. In meats nothing  quite equals 'Shamrock'  products.  URNS  & GO.", Ltd.  I������l V  ���������i  pjrsr  Ttpr���������rr  V  ,-���������_-������������������        ��������� v. - , - -i     - *,      -  hen Yon Remit Money  For remitting money anywhere, Bank Drafts and  Money Orders are without equal for safety and con-  .. venience. If you wish to send money abroad, bny a  Draft from the Imperial Bank of Canada. For sums  np to fifty dollars Imperials Bank Money Orders are  the most convenient and economical.  IMPERIAL   BANIC  pecteci Saturday's meeting will readily  adopt a resolution^ to the satne effect  as binding all Valley growers.  The outstanding feature to the  meeting, in addition to the yeiv large  attendance, was the very berious and  eminently fair way the whole situ- j  ation was discussed in order to perfect 1  a plan whereby 100 per cent, co-operation can be "secured.  Before closing ar motion expressing  confidence in th& handling of the  gtowers affairs in every-detail by tbe  Staples Fruit .Company management  Was carried with tbe^ntmoBt^entKusi  asm and was' suitably acknowledged  by Manager Staples on behalf of himself and staff.   --���������---. .  C. W. ALLAN,  OP CAI4AJ3u%i  GRESTON BRANCH,  Manager.  Hm&m Report  \  Division. I���������C.*M.   Brousson,   B.Sc.;  Principal.        .-  Enrollment, 17  Average attendance 14.9  Highest Standing,    Matriculation���������  Violet - Morrow. K Advanced���������Sidney  Bell.      -. Commended���������Freda-     Lewis,  Agnes Hobden.  Division   II���������J. . D. ��������� Siddona,  B.A.,  '���������^Teacher. .-.  To Investors  mm  X  AF you. wish to huy ee eeS Vicwxy  ���������. Loan or otihiss bonds, *we -would "������������������  mind you that we have a, de-pa-ftmeafc  especially organized to Thandle sash.  transactions*  Call at our nearest brazach. Our  Manager will De pleased to undertake  this business for you*  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  paid-up c������ftrrAiT~  ��������� ^"-   Hm.o6o.omr  RESERVE FUND - - $15JQQOJOGO  CRESTON BRANCH, CL 6. Bennett. Manager.  The days are lengthening, and the weather will soon be getting hot J  Hot Air  Steam  and  Hot Water  Heating?  *������-  Sheet Metal Work.    A good stock of Pipe  and Pipe Fittings on hand.  ' y ������������������*,-. '<��������� ,         *   E.W. RYCKMAH-Creston  We have just opened a shipment which includes-  PINK TROUSENAIN  . '������������������-..������������������ . .:-.-:   ' ���������"*  One  of England's choice Meroerized Cottons���������  ,������������������..;-���������;/;..;"8uito;bld-'*fpr'P're8BB^Waiat������or  Dainty Underwear.  ENGLISH WASHWELL GINGHA MS  36 inches wide, iu all new designs.  POTTER'S. PRINTS  Fast colom  PRINTED VOILES  Dress lengths, in a variety of-olioido patterns and  ?~~-y colorings.  CANADIAN PRINTS  Other new arrivals include Canadian Prints a���������  *���������    25a, in a variety of colorinKBi-Bto.  CAPS For MEN  Several different, but all new, .stylee.  Murray's   Derby   Shoes  for Men  have  also  arriveel  Better values ai'e given than for years past.    AU new styles.  * ''���������'"���������''''- . :  COME   AND   SEE   THEM  AfoMf Is tho Timo  ^ffj33 gsm0&L ^sffEB^ amttrffo* ^gam^ mmjatOM^eSBa^       -gnat mm������ ^ffi-jBfc Sg-f MBI JMBt&Bk       ElZ^^B gam agmi *&* ^M &-\\\ By ������a������KbtSBk iffl*MIBt J^^^ *  tor Winter  SB  Kto 1 llll   "flti\lrAN 1 ILL   olliVBi Ari I  We have just the kind of Lumber you need  to do tnis work.  Protect your house  from Fire by  building a Brick Chimney  We have the Brick 1  Also Lime, Cement, Shingles, Lath, Mouldings, Ac,  LIMITED  MjjUllljIMMjg^  Ht?\iuitmitm\\,\\\\\i*Mt*mmmmaMmmmmm  Canyon City Lumber Company  LIMITED UPU-J> 'Ji.l"-^inuHaPWflPi  V  r; r  ;--i?  ���������T*-  TTTE    /RT5VTRW.      (7R"RRTOK.      B.      Cl  I  Children Delight In  Cuticura Soap Baths  Because they are soothing and refreshing for tender skins, especially  if assisted by Cuticura Ointment on  first signs of redness or roughness.  The Cuticura Talcum also, delicately  medicated and exquisitely peifumed,  Is excellent for little ones.  S������a������25c. Ointment 25 ao������5Cc. Ta."com25c. Sold  throaghoutthcDominicn.Cai^dianDepot:  Lfman-i. limited. 344 St. P������nl St.. "#.. Montreal.  'Cuticura Soap shav-cs without mug.  ...  cr^     ������r-*3    *ra  IHlil  ���������, s.    ]~  OL  ��������� ,\  ��������� BY ���������  WILDER  ANTHONY  Can ad inn    J-ti slits    Arrang-cil    "With  "Publishers,    F.    D.   Coodchild   Co..  260   Kins   St.   We-st.   Toronto.  :.:  I  (Continued)  "Very pretty," the Senator observed  judicially.      "Inspired, perhaps."  "How Jong arc you^going to stay?"  asked Wade.  I-leien laughed happily.  "Perhaps-that wi!! depend npoujiow  glad I think you'a re <o have us."  She gave him an ardent glance,  which he was not proof against, itor  would any other man have been so.-  "No doubt of that." lie laughed  with her, his -disappointment passing  before the old love spell,, which she  knew so well how to cast about him.  "You couldn't"*have come at a better  time, either, for^ now there is" some  one here who can be company for you.  That is," he added -lamely, "when j  you're tired ot* having nie around/'     \  "Really?" Helen was a bit- chilled  by this obvious faux pas. Truly, despite his worth as a man, Gordon Wade  was no courtier.      "Who is it?"  "Of course, yon haven't heard of  hea% but j-ou'll like her. She's Miss  Dorothy Purnell. Everybody does  like her."  Helen affected a gayety which she  could scarcely haye been expected to  feel. Although she was not socially  adept in concealing her real feeling.  Wade saw nothing wrong. Only 4he  Senator twisted his mouth in a grim  smile. -  "Oh, but I have heard of her; indeed, I have. Mr. Moran sent me a  little photograph of you both on horseback. Just see how her fame has  crossed the continent. I shall be  charmed to meet her."  A great light dawned upon Wade.  "Then that was what he wanted  with the picture," he exclaimed. "We  wondered at the time. I thought it  pretty impudent of him, hut, of course,  if he wanted it just to send to you,  that was all right."   ���������  Miss Rexhill winest! inwardly.      In-  stvtte of herself, her  face expressed a  certain amount of pique, for the implication was manifestly tliat if Race  Moran had wanted the picture fbr  himself, the idea would have been in-  tolerahic^to Wade.  "Oh, yes, quite all right. You  seeiu^ . . ." She checked herself  with "the reproach upon" Iter tongue,  reflecting that, after all, she was*most  fond of Wade because ol* his naturalness. Maxwell Frayne, for instance,  was without a reer in spinning grace- J  ful phrases; hut he spun little else.       j  "But I don't understand why he  should send it to you," Wade, said, in  a low tone, as the Senator turned to  bend over an open traveling bag on a  nearby chair. "Is he���������do you���������V  A slight rigor of jealousy seemed to  seize upon him, u'nder the witchery of  her slow smile.  "Oh. he's been writing to me, and I  sxippose he thought I'd be interested.  Of" course, I was." She leaned toward him a trifle, a mere swaying oE  her body, like a lily in a breeze, and  impulsively he placed his big hand  over hers.  "He's better not���������he'd better mind  his own business!" he said grimly.  Sho laughed softly, tantalizingly,  and being human, Wade kissed her;  the Senator being still busy with the  contents of the bag. .".,'..  Thus engaged, none of them, heard  a knock at the door, which finally  opened before Moran,- who, even if  he did not actually see"t.he kiss, could  hardly have failed to s\ispect itfrom  their embarrassed manner. Helen  felt sure from his annoy eil expression  that he "had witnessed the caress, and  she was rather glad, of it.  He exchanged a slightly stiff greeting with the rancher, and then while  Wade and Helen continued their talk,  the agent spoke in a carefully guarded undertone with his. employer. The  news fie brought, whatever it was,  seemed significant, for the Senator  appeared worried and presently turned to Wade.  "You'll not mind if I go over to the  ofiice with Moran, Gordon?"  "Certainly not. Senator.      Don't let  WOMENFROl  rOtl ��������� i 10 Hi TI  Will Be Interested in Mrs. Thompson's Recovery by Use of Lydia E.  Pinkham's Vegetable Compound  Winnipeg, Man.---'* Lyriia E. Pinkham's V-ejretahlo Compound has done  me pood in every way. I waa very  weak find run-down and had certain  troubles that ivomon of my agn* are  likely to have. I did not Vikt. to pn to  the doctor so 1 took the Vegetable Corn-  pound and am still taking it right alonj-f,  I recommend ittoiny friends and taskny  one I know who i.-j not feeling well. '"-*--  Mra. Thompson, :UK. Lizzie St.rWmni-  pof-f, Man.  Whr-n worrK-n who are between thus  ages of forty-five and fifty-five arc beset  with Much annoying: symptom:* an nc*r-  vmiMw.-Jis, irritability, melancholia :������nd  heat flaflh-cs, which produce headache;*:,  dizzinesn, or a Home of mjIFocatkm.thoy  nhould take I.ydta Ti. Pinkbam"n VeK������;-  tablo Compound, ft ia especially adapted  tto help wonmn through thia crista. J t  i.H prepared from rootH and htjihm and  eiontaina no harmful drugs or nar^otk-B.  Thifl farcjoun remedy, the medicinal  ingredient a of which are derived from  root* nnd herba. has for forty y-rurm  proved im value in ������ut*h en���������*������-*������. ^ WuirH-m  everywhere lr<������;ir walling: tofitimosiy Lr>  ithe wonderful virtue of Lydia il. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.  Women who suffer whouhS write to tho  Lydia E.Pinkl.af-tm Medi<* Jno C^.,Cohour u,  (Ontario, tot it free copy of Lydia E.  I'inkham'fl Private Text-Book upon  *4 A.\mt.nt~% Peculiar to Wonw;ftw       C  X-4   ^^  **_,     is.  Ill  i'llll.  j me interrupt you. "But what's the  use "of us staying indo6r,'Helen? The  sun has 'turned now and it's cooler  out. I'll show you something of our  little metropolis. Or, I tell you wliat,  we'll do! Why not let me take you  over and introduce you to the only  ���������woman you're likely to' find congenial  in this neighborhood? . Shell be glad  to meet you, I know."  In any other company, Miss "Rexhill  would probably have resented an invitation to call upon a rival, even  apart from the ethics of social callis,  but ncu. before Race Moran. Before  hirn, ske would not humble Wade; fn  the least degree, if only because lo do  so -would reflect, upon her own preference between the men. She. could  only pretend to -welcome the prospect  of going to see Miss Purnell, and she  played her part well.  "We  may as  well  stay  here  now,"  i Rexhill asid, when the two young peo-  ' pie had left the room.      "When did all  this happen?"  '���������I just -got word of it," Moran answered, a bit excitedly. "Don't you  see how it plays right into our hands?  It's the greatest thing that could have  happened for us. ft might have been  made to order."  "Are you sure it wasn't? Are you  sure you didn't have' tho man shot,  Race?" Senator Rexhill's tone was  very dry and he watched his companion keenly as he asked the question. ^  Moran assumed nn attitude of indignation.  "Why, Senator    .   ..    .    !"  "Tush!      I want to know wh-ftre we  stand. By God. Race,  you mustn't go  too    far!       We're    traveling    mighty!  close to the wind as "it is."        " ���������  "But these brawls are likely to happen at any time. This one in particular has been brewing for weeks.  Whv connect me with it, unnecessarily?"  "All right. ,1 see your point, of  course. The assassin Is unknown;  suspicion naturally falls upon Wade,  who is nt Hie head, of the cattle faction and who. ns you say, threatened  Jensen only this morning. If we can  jail him lo? awhile his parly is likely  to fall down."  "Exactly*" -Moran cried eagerly.  "Fortune has placed him right In our  hands."  "Well. I'm not. going to have him  arrested," Rexhill announced doggedly, "at; least, not. on any trumped up  charge. He's broken * my bread,  Helen lilies him. Wn call him a  friend. In fact. I always play scfuare  with my friends- a.s far as possible.  {Strategy i.s strut ogy. nobody can quarrel will* that; but this thing yon propose, is something more."  Moran, while listening, liad restrain-  ed his impatience with difficulty. He  not only had reason on bin side, but  persona I hnte as well. His hoiihc of  triumph hi bringing the news to Rexhill had not been for their mutual  r-:*ii--,. nlnri.>; i> hud seenied to "Mornn  to point toward lhe end of his rivalry  with Wade for the love of Helen. To  have the fruits pf victory snatched  from hirn, because of a sentiment of  frlendnhlp. was ������lmosI more than tli������  agent could stand for.  "<;ood Clod. Kenator," lie hurst out,  "don't ibrow this chance away! Thinlc  what li tii.-an.-i lo un! We ure rim  ...r.y. <\-.-r Ur .~\i v,*!r*<!, am! vtr^'l t\-A:-  momem, It'K been u Iohh up wliethfi*  we'd go out at hr-re with our liv<*n;  whether i would, at any rate. I'vii  run a j.dghry big bluff on thejte ratlin  people, l,ut t did If, becatu'e It wan the  only wn.y. I've held my own no fur,  but '."her> they find out that I!*h not  f-inr* land we're after, but ore -why,  .Heii'iiiM1, thftre'il be no holding Ihein  at all! Willi 'Wi.de af their heml and  lorij    iiio������**s   oeiuern   mm   ami   Mm-   ���������,jii*?i,  where, would -wc get off? AVe'd be  lucky if we didn't, swing from the limb  of a tree: Do you supposes Wade  would remember then that he'd broken your bread? ' I'll bet dollars to  doughnuts he wouldn't.  "But"���������his voice sank to a significant whisper���������"if w*e land him in jail  .    .  "His friends here -would get him  out," Interposed the Senator, nervously wiping his glasses.  "Then Uncle Sam would put him in  again, with a troop of cavah'v to keep  CASTORIA  For Infants and Children _..  In Use For Over 3������ Years  Always bears  the  Signature of  yf+&&&&(  order here, and that would be another;  advantage gained for our side. No,  sir, once we get him in jail, we've got  the law with us and against him, don't  forget that. Then the cftttle would  lay mighty low. Wade has been their  leader right along. I tell you, it's lhe  only way; and you know what it  means to us���������to you."  "You don't have to tell me that,"  rasped Rexhill. "It we fail to" put  this through, I'm a ruined!man."  Moran's eyes gleamed.  "Well,  then, it's  the  only way, unless-���������unless   .    .    ." *������������������    ���������  ������ "Unless what?"  "Unless your daughter marries him,  and it all comes into tho famil3r."  Upon that point, Moran wished to  know just where he stood.  "I've never made a dollar through  , my  daughter yet, and  I never will,"  aaid  the  Senator  grimly.      "I'm  not  selling my own. flesh. a.E.cT blood.      I'll  rot In the poorhouse first."  Moran gently breathed his relief.  He would have fought to the fullest  extent-of his power to have aborted  such a marriage,, but if the Senator  had favored it, he knew that it would  have been difficult to prevent.  "Wade has a foreman he's mighty  fond of, an old man named Santry,"  the agent remarked,, trying another  tack. Z '.* .... ���������';  (To be continued) w  jf foe Constipation ^  ���������gffliv.*<S������ 64^9 '    *t--*    __.. ~&3 -cS    ��������� ^- -tfiSg  m f Ms  jESnB^BICBSjg|H9 C3 es TH iH^S^HflH^   ^SJJ^HJH^HfiS  \A/"hen you find that tea or coffee makes you nervous, keeps you awake at night, or causes frequent  headache, it's time to change to Instant Postum.  This wholesome, healthful table beverage gives  you all the comfort and satisfaction of your usual  morning cup. It has charm without harm to* nerves  or digestion���������cheer without fear of a dangerous  "kick-back."  Made instantly in the cup  boiling, no waiting, no waste.  at the table���������no  At your ^?roc������rV������? fn sea fad, air-tight tin*  Instant Postum for health  A g������n������r������ta������ nampl������ tin of Instant Poatum ** I n0Vi> Q  /3C   T% 017 St tiff  ������������������nt, postpaid, for 4c. In sumps.   Wrlto: l������Pft?0   W   *t*7I*i><W  Canadian Pofttum C������rtml Co.��������� *Umh������d, 45 Front St., E., Toronto;    Factory: Windaoi*, Ontario  -I   Ui������.l(*JWfc'.  Wp(W   ^������V(B?-#(  ti!  torn.  MLMgiMiagS!  mM nasi  THE      REVTBW.     'GBUSTON,      B.      0.  Will Build Powerful Wireiess Stations  Announcement   is   made   that the  Marconi Company will erect a wireless  station at Vancouver at an estimated  cost of $10,000,000, and 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.   *  Before engaging in an argument be  sure of your ability to put your opponent to sleep.  .7     "���������''���������'.." ii--r  IF  Housebold. Hints  Va!ua.ble  Recipea    For  Housewife  ths   Busy  \  Greek Peppers  6 large red peppers, 1 egg yolk.  % cup bread crumbs, */������ cup stock  pepper.  1 small grated onlon.-  1 saltspoon mixed spices, salt.  1 tablespoon minced pepper. s  1 "tablespoon soft butter.  ' Vj. cup chopped Sun-Maid raisins."  Parmesan cheese. - .-.  Skin and halve the peppers, butter  them inside and out and fit into a  buttered pie plate. Mix together the  grated onion, bread crumbs, rafsins,  pepper, salt, butter, spices and minced  pepper. Mix well, then adtfthe egg  yolk beaten into the stock. Pill the  peppers and bake. While hot from  the oven dust with grated Parmesan  cheese.    -  Now" Mine Layers  Fourteen of the "U.S. 1,191-ton type  destroyers have been converted into  high speed mine' layers, which can go  to sea and lay mine fields directly iii  the path of an enemy.  Mothers Value this Oil.���������Mothers  who know how suddenly croup may  seize their children and how necessary  prompt action is in applying relief, always keep at hand a supply of Dr.  Thomas* "Eclectrie Oil, Because experience has taught them that this is an  "excellent preparation for the treatment of this ailment. And they are  wise; for its various uses render it a  valuable medicine';  Complete in itself,  Mother .Graves*  Worm Exterminator does;, not require  the assistance of any other medicine  to make it effective. It does not fail  to do its work.  Native postmen in some parts of  British West Africa have " to travel  as much as three weeks through the  jungle to deliver a single mail.  ���������Use  ._ .    . IR.RITA.TET>   BY  SUN.WINDJHJST &CINDERS  -RECOMMENDED CrSOLD BY DRUGGISTS &-OPI1CIANS  rnmrnt tat* rues eyh cakx book mvMmb co. chicaoo.vjx  Paring a corn is both risky and ineffective. It is much better to use  Hollo way's Corn. Remover and eradicate them entirely.  WBMSMm  MJrtZG#rYS������Mnez  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  Britain's Heavy Taxation -  Britain, Chancellor Baldwin reminded Americans the other day, is  taxing her people "at the rate of $100  per head. To grasp what that means  it is but'necessary to note that in  Canada the rate is but $45 per head.���������  Prom the Ottawa Journal.  An    elevator    and 7,000 bushels of,  wheat were destroyed at Leslie, Sask.,  when a lantern dropped in a bin.  Announcement is made that King  Geoi'ge and Queen Mary are contemplating a visit to Italy in the spring.  Another "U.S. navy is to be added  to the Pacific Coast. It will be officially known as the "United States  Pacific dry navy."  Hon. J. A. Maharg was elected President    o������    the    Saskatchewan    Grain  Growers*   Association   for -*lhe   thirteenth year.  There are 3,000 less unemployed in  Alberta at the present time than at  this time last year,-according to the  report of the provincial labor bureau.  Lord Armstrong has decided to close  his_ famous mansion, one of the glories of the Northumbrian border, and  reside in the'liouse formerly occupied  by his estate agent. High, taxation  is believed responsible foi* this step.  Take a more optimistic view of life.  Forget the hoi e and admire the doughnut.  KEEP LITTLE ONE  (The natural foodj  "for babies when  mother's milk  .fails is  IScrdenti  H  EAGLEBRAND  CONDENSED MILK  Winter is a dangerous season for  the little ones. The days are so  changeable"���������one bright, the next <jold  and stormy, that the mother is afraid  to take the children out for the fresh  air and exercise they need so much.  In consequence they are often cooped  up in overheated, badly ventilated  rooms and- are soon -seized" with colds  or grippe." -What* is needed to keep  the little ones well is Baby's Own Tablets. They will regulate the stomach  and bowels and drive out colds, and  by their use' the-baby will''.be-'able to  get over the winter season. in perfect  safety. The Tablets are sold by medicine dealers or by mail at 25 cents a  i>ox from The Dr. Williams* Medicine  Co., Brockville, Ont.  GASSED OVERSEAS  SHELL SHOCKED  and RHEUMATISM  Mr. F. M. Blaquiere, Morinville,  Alta., writes:���������-"After three years  service overseas I returned to Canada almost a complete wreck. I had  been gassed, and was suffering from  shell shock and rheumatism, and was  so nervous I could not sleep at night.  I tried many medicines and doctors,  but none of them did me any good-for  any length of time. I. got so bad, in  the Fall -of 1919^my hands were so  shaky I could scarcely hold anything,  and it* seemed as If I had a steel band  pressing on my head. The least excitement would almost drive me into  fits, and my whole system seemed to  be in disorder. I had cramps in my,  ?legs nearly every night* and hot and  cold chills running up and down my  back nearly all the time. One day I  decided tc try Miiburn's Heart and  Nerve Pills, and after I had taken six  boxes I began to feel better. I kept  on using them and after a while I was  completely relieved."  Price SOc a box at all dealers or  -mailed direct ori receipt Of price by  The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto,  Ont.  at* f~n g\f\   m       w~ *~  $iuu,uu in razes  For Best Letters  The  Dr.   Williams  Medicine Co.  Offer Twenty-eight Prizes in  a Letter Writing  :.:7\-.  Competition  TROUBLES OYER  SAYS CAMPBELL  Has   Gained   15   Pounds  Since  Tanlac  Ended Long Standing Rheumatism  ���������and Stomach Trouble, Says  Edmonton Citizen  "It has been over two years now  since Tanlac set me right, but I have  enjoyed splendid health to this good  day," ' declares Elmer E. Campbell,  highly esteemed resident of 9638 107th  Ave., Edmonton, Alberta, recently.  "I had suffered from rheumatism  and stomach trouble for more than a  year. What I would eat always disagreed with me. In fact, food seemed to do me harm, instead of good". I  was always constipated and felt tired  out all the lime and lost weight continually.  "The rheumatism got all through  my legs and knees, especially, and  were so painful ifc .bothered me to  walk. " At times every step I took  was in agony. In a few weeks after  I started on Tanlac my stomach was  In fine condition and every ache and  pain was gone and I had gained fifteen  pounds. I have never felt better in  my life than I do now and I will  recommend Tanlac any time or anywhere."  Tanlac ������s for sale hy all good druggists.     Over 25-inillion bottles sold.  If you think all things come to  him who waits just sit down and ..wait  and see how hungry 3rou get.  ..������������.1������������14M* >������������������������*������������������������'������������������������������"������ IHMIIIIIMIItttllll  ���������OO-OO0-00000000000000  The Cause of  Heart Trouble  Faulty digestion causes the  generation of Bases in the  stomach which inflate and press  on the heart and interfere  with its regular action, causing  faintness and pain. 15 to 30  drops of Mother Scigcl's Curative  Syrup after meals seta digestion  right, which allows the heart to  beat full and regular. SOc. and 9  ,   $1.00 bottle at druggist*. q   g  ���������(KKK������0<XK>0O(K>OO<KK><><KHK������0  ������������������������. .     - . m . m~. . lii- i    i   i.. mm  INVENTIONS  Send for Hat of Inventions wanted by Monufuc-  (urwrc. .Vortun-M hav������ be*n m������tle Irom *lmpl������*  Idea*,   "Patent Protection" booklet on re<|Ve������U  HAROLD C. SHIFMAN- A CO.  PATENT ATTORHEYS" 1&������������������ iZllZSI  warn  ^SSQp H,  "Cascarets" 10c  ~m nn    i   ���������   i  i     ���������Tiiv-sl  For   Sluggish   Liver  or  Constipated  Bowels  The famous clock of Beauvais  Cathedral is .said'to be composed of*  92,000 separate pieces.  "COLD IN THE HEAD"  is an acute attack oi Nasal Catarrh.  .*. Those subject to frequent -'colds in thc  heacH will find that the use of. HALL'S  CATARRH MEDICINE will build up tho  Systcm and render them less liable to colds.  Repeated attacks of Acute Catarrh may lead  to   Chronic   Catarrh.  HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is talc-  en internally and acts through the Blood on  the Mucous surfaces of" the Isystem, thus re-  ducing the .inflammation and assisting Nature  in restoring* normal conditions.  All Drugcists. Circulars free,  F. J.  Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio.  A man' isn't necessarily brilliant be  cause he  sionally.  sits down and reflects occa-  I   4     *H    '���������     til   *4     H   J     ir   fl J    JX.% I  Clean your boweisI      Feel fine!  When you teel sick, dizzy, upset,  when your head is dull or aching, or  your stomach is sour or gassy, Just  take one or two Cascarets to relievo  constipation. No griping���������nicest  laxative-cathartic on earth for grown*  ups and children. 10c a box. Taste  like candy.  Arctic Ocean Becoming Warm  Explorers and fishermen-report that  tho Arctic Ocean ia becoming so warm  that icebergs and seals are disappearing and herrings and smelts are talcing the place of seals, which find the  present tempera turo too high for  them.  AU Men and Women  When  in.   Need   of   a  Tonic   Should  Start on the Road to Wellvilto  by Following This Advice  Feterboro,  tho  highest  In nil infantile complaints that rire  tho results^, of tho depredations of  wui-iit.-, in the stomach and intestines  Miller's Worm Powders will be found  an effective remedy. They attack  tho cause of those troubles, and by  expelltnB the worms from the organs  Insure an orderly working of the sya������  tbnip without which tho child cannot  maintain its strength or thrive. These  powders mean health and improvement.  Putting It Ovor th* Duck  Fond Mother.���������Thia la tho swimmer  of tho family.     Sho swims Uko a Utile duck. '  Charlotte.���������Better!     1 can swim on  my back.���������14fe.  Min .imi'a        Unir-nanr  . - Friend  l.umh*rm>n'c  Ont.���������"I can spea"fi in  praise  of Dr.  Piorco's  medicines.   I suf  tered for a  long  timo'with femlnin<  weakness, throug)  ���������which   I   bocam<  all  ru ndo wn .  ���������weak   and    nervous.    I alBo had  sovore backaches,  pains in my side  and bearing pains.  I  learned of Dr.  Pierce's  medicines  and  began   at  once  to  tako  thorn.    I took two bottles ������ach of  tho 'Favorite Prescription' and tho  ���������Golden Medical Discovery" and Jthoy  completely cured mo of all my weakness and rostored mo to good health.  "At ono tim������ my husband became  afflicted with a chronic cough which  caused him (o bocome all rundown.  Ho got so thin he was almost a  skeleton. Ho tried many medicines  but did not get any better until he  took Dr. Plerco'D Golden Medical  Discovery. By taking tlilB medicine  he was completely vectored te Kood  health. 1 shall always speak a good  word for Dr. Plerco'o medicines."-���������  Mrs. Martha Bltolor, 373 Bethune St.  If you need a building-up tonlo for  mtemach and blood obtain Dr. Pierce's  Golden Medical Diaoovery from your  noarest druggist or uend 10c to Dr.  Pierce's Laboratory In lirldgeburg,  Ont., for trial pkg. tablets and write  ���������for fro* oontldcntUl medical advice.  Some years ago the Dr. "Williams  Medicine Co., of Brockville, Out., offered a series of prizes to residents or  the Western provinces for the best  letter describing benefits obtained  through the use of Dr. "Williams Pink  Pills for Pale People. Hundreds of  letters were submitted in this competition, and yet there must have been  thousands of other users of the pills  who did not avail themselves of the  opportunity to win a prize. To ail  these another letter-writing competition is offered. Thousands have benefited through the'use of Dr. Williams  Pink Pills whose cases have never  been reported.' These will furnish  the material for the letters to be written in this contest. There is no de-/1  mand upon the imagination; every  letter must deal with facts and. facts  only.   *  THE PRIZES  The Dr. "Williams Medicine Co., of  Brockville, Ont., will award a prize  of $25.00 for the best letter received  on or before the 1st day of March,  1923, from the residents of these pro-  yinces on the subject: "Why I Recommend Dr. Williams Pink Pills." A  prize of $15.00 will be awarded for  the second best lettwr received-;-.a  prize of $10.00 for the. third best letter, and twenty-five prizes of ������2.00  each for the next best twenty-rave let-  THE CONDITIONS  The benefit derived from the use of  Dr. Williams Pink Pills described in  the letter may be in the writers' own  case, or that of some one in the  writer's home.  More than, one case may be described in the letter, but every statement  must be literally and.absolutely true.  Every letter must be signed by the  full name and correct address of the  person sending it. If it describes the  caso of some person'other than the  writer of the letter, it must also be  signed by the person whose case is  described, as a guarantee of -the truth  of the statements made.  The writer of each letter must give  the name and date of the paper in  Which he or she saw this announcement.  Pine writing will not win the prize  unless you havo a good case to describe. Tho strength of the recommendation and not the style of the  letter will be the basis of the award.  Tho Dr. Williams Medicine Co.  shall have the right to publish any  letter entered in this contest, if they  desire to do so, whether it wins a  prize or not.  Tho contest will close on March 1st,  1923, and tho prizes will bo awarded  ns soon ns possible thereafter. Do  not delay. If you Iraow of a good  caso write your, letter NOW. Ob-  servo tho above condUfons carefully  or your letter may be thrown out.  Address all letters as follows:���������  The Dr. Williams Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Out.  "Letter Contest Department.  yziMt$MBZ?j  The Great Canadian Sweetmeat  provides pleasant aetton  for your leetb, also  pesaeta'atEiag "iise-s-pevSses  and deamsing them.  Then,    too*   tS    aids  digestion.  Use   WRIGLEVS   alter  every   meai*-see  bow  -m-acl* better  yon  -will  feel.  CZEMA  Yoa are not  ex p oilmen t-  jirifi "when  you use Dr.  Chase's Ointment for Eczema and Skiu Irritations. IC relieves at once and gradually heats the skin. < Sample *ox IXr.  Chase's Ointment free U yoa mention this  paper and send 2c stamp for postage, coc a  box: ah dealers or Edmanson, Bates & Co.,  'Limited. Toronto.  Christianity in Corea-  In Qorea's population of 19.648,000  one out of every ^-fifty-six is a Christian, according: to an estimate by  church leaders. '  Suspicion sometimes makes a  ociuat'o meal on Jealousy ���������-���������and UnCL-i'  there is nothing left Cor desert.  It TeatifieB fer Itself.���������Dr. Thomas'  "Eclectrie Oil woods no testimonial of  Its power other than ltsellV Whoever  trios It for coughs or colds, for cuts or  contusions, for spalns or burns, for  pains in the limbs ot* bojly, well know  that thr Tncdl-c-Snft r-rovea Ur;-.clt' -ami  needs no guarantee. This Hhows why  this Oil its Jn general u;sc.  Sneezing ?  Xature'a tVarnln'B Sipriia!.  Kent and inhalo Minimi's "Uinlment at onco, It relieves cold  in tho head and arrests the development o������ moro serious  trouble,   j -  Minard's  Liniment  The Family Medicine Chest  INVENTORS  Manufacturers aluv.iy* consider good In.  venttona. Fortunes are made from New  ideas to suit modern times.. Send for  Free List of Ideas and circulars.  THE RAMSAY COMPANY  Pate������it Attorney*  273 BANK STREET    -    OTTAWA, ONT.  .,.-;_, , ������������������������������������-,���������   | | ~Z~L~~~~~~L Jt  r  America.'a  INonoor  1>ob "Hnmedi**!*  HOOK OK  DOC1 3>1S*I3ASE9  and   How   t<* Feed  "Mailed   Froo   to any  Addreea by th������>  Aii iti or  ri, er-AV .ai.ovrcn  co., ixc,  129   *We������t   ~Uil   St.,  New   Vor1<,_*U,S.A.  \  The first house in  lighted    with    gas  cently burned at  wall, England.  the world  In  1702  Redruth  lo b������  was rein    C'orn-  Mi-nar-H'w     IJnimwnt.    fnr     t.r-.ht*n     anrl  Pain*  Cook's Cotton Root Corji^ugiig.  Jt *af*. rtl.abt*requla.ino  i~.-~t-ttrlits. Btiia its thtt-ti At-  ���������nr-M* of ���������t������������-n������th���������Ko. J, til  Nfli. a, S3t Ko, S. *0 v*r Ik>������.  Sold by mil -drufftiat*. -or men*  $ repaid on  *rc<>lj.>l  <-f  ������-iie������.  ths cook mmmcttHK co.s  TOIOVIO.Oir. {.t,mt~, Wl-ht...  IV.    *N.     U.     1458'  *-  ^^^^f^0^^^li^li  A  *::f--,*7:*-3:  illiM'illllil'illliilllliMiliMlfll rJ*^4^^^^^ii^'lrfi5fci^BaS  &Si-ii-~^'^V^������^.^tt.'M~ytt^t-  ^KlSSS-^SiPI^^  '^^^^^i^^^0i^^^������^^^M^M������^^y^0^M^M  Vs?*  THE  CRESTON  REVIEW  Local and Persona!  Birth���������On Match 8th,   to  Mr. and  Mrs. A. Spencer, a daughter.  New . spring stock  of, -ginghams has  Just arrived.    Mawson. Bros. ���������  C. O. Rodgers left on Saturday on a  visit to Vancouver and coast points.  y-i  Fob    Sale���������Mare,    6  weighs about 1300  lbs.  Greston.  ���������years    old,  K.  Andrew  \w..  Spring must be at hand. A flock of  wild-geese were seen flying north on  Thursday last.  Mrs. Chas. Moore returned on  Monday from a three-weeks1 visit  with Kaslo friends.  KA -cr*     lJ"--*>i> '    42!   * -w -W7* <Q> ��������� ���������*���������* ������������������-������ ��������������������������� ���������-4- ������T     r~������       K"**������JilA**tfl  tew* jl   m* ulv    Kyj*.*0*xi0--*��������� *q������t.irt ii -u**/j     *���������*���������*.      ���������������������������.***.������*.  hav,   price-  right.     Apply   C.    Blair,  Reclamation  Farm.  The Methodist Ladies' Aid are having their usual Easter bazaar on  Saturday, March    1st.  Mrs. Kennedy of Boswell was a  Creston Visitor a few days last week,  the guest of Mrs. Lyne.  Fob   Sale���������or    Exchange���������Purebred Jersey   bull,   sixteen months old  A. H. Piggot. Wynndel.  CRESTON  BAKERY  and  TEA ROOM  See Our Easter  Novelties and Candies  ���������the biggest assortment in the Valley  Ice Cream  always in stock.  Hot X Buns  every week-end during I*ent.  Fob Sale���������Purebred Ahcona  roosters.    Arrowsmith Ranch.  Fob SAL*E-s������Cycle incubator   50-egg  capacity, in fine   working   shape,   $6  Jack Barraclough, Creston.  Miss Barrigan of the Speers* store  sales staff, is spending a few days this  week with friends in Spokane.  Hatching Egos���������Purebred Barred  Rock eggs; $1.25 for setting of 15  eggs.    J. W. Vaness, Creston.\ _  Wanted���������Incubator wanted, state  make and price in first letter. G.  Nickel, Griffin Ranch,  Creston.  For   Sale���������Pen    of -. Barred   Rock"  Pullets,   laying,     and   two   yeas   old  rooster.    J. W. "\ aness, Creston. -  Wanted���������Party who can give gilt  edge security would borrow $1500 at 8  per cent.    EnqUire'Rev iew Office.   "  For Sal-%-One Spray motorr One  3500 pound truck; one pony, anyone  span of mares.    J. Attwood,   Creston.  Hatching Eggs���������PTurebred Speckled  Sussex eggs for hatching, $1.25 for  setting of 13 eggs. Mrs. Stocks, Creston.   ��������� ���������'    -;���������>.. ..���������      .*-:��������� Z:'������������������'.. ??���������  Baby Buggy Fob SALE-T-Gollaii^ible  .baby .buggy, all rubber tyred, good as  new.    Can be seen  at   Mawson    Bros.  store. -'.y   ���������  The Get Together Club will haye a  silver tea at the home of Mrs.' Henderson on Saturday, April 7th. from 3 to  5 p.m. -  Ranch Fob Rent���������T vve nty-a ere  ranch for rent or sell, close to Creston,  Apply David Scott, Long Coulee,  Alberta.  For Sale���������Phon.ograph,~in use only  few weeks, for sale atr $50 discbunt,  easy   terms.    E.   Ryckman,- tinsmith,  Creston'. -.'".'���������..'  Mrs. Connetl and young son of  Seattle, Wash., who have been guests  of Mr. and Mrs. Hare, left for home  or. Sunday.  During     the   absence     of   Rev. G..  Knox     the    Methodist     services at  Canvon. and Lister  will be taken by  C. O. Quist.  All growers are .reminded of the  meeting iu Speers9 Hail ac 2.30 p.m.,  Saturday* Mafah 17tb, at which it is  hoped final decision will be" made as to  tlie co operative selling policy Valley  growers will adopt this season.  Provincial revenues garnered at the  provincial police office for last month  werea little on tbe low side, the total  intake being less .than $600. Of-this  $315 was for poll "tax. and motor  licenses issued produced another $108.  Police court ffnes were but $20.  The Masonic ball on Friday, 23rd.  will be formal to the extent of tisirie;  programmes, and in this connection  the stewards announce that a reception will he, held from 8.45 to fl.15.  Fronv'theway acceptances are coming  in it looks as "if the,affair will be easily  the social event of the year. -  J. H. Schofield, M.P. P., of Trail,  was a visitor for. a few days at the  first of the week -with" Mir. and . Mrs.  R. J. Long, en route to Fernie.  Mrs. Frank Staples got back on  Tuesday- from a short visit with Cranbrook friends. , i  Joe Club who has been a resident on  and off ef the Erickson area the past  two winters, is now permanently located at" the Old Man's- Home at  Kamloops. leaving for there last  month. -  At a. meeting of the directors of the  Erickson Co-Operative, store on Saturday, -the old officers were "re-elected as  follows: President. G. P. Smith.  Vice-president, M.-R. Palmer. Secre  tary treasurer,'   T.   R. Mawson.  were awarded  W.  Mrs.   H.   Truscott and  f  Truscott.  SATURDAY and  MONDAY SPECIAL  Saturday afternoon, April 14th. has  been taken >by the Junior Guild of  Christ Church for a  silver tea  at the  Parish Hall. '<���������������������������������������������'  Eggs For -Hatching���������Purebred  White Wyandotte setting eggs, from  good winter* la vers, $1.25 per setting of  14 eggs.    Carl Wig������n, Wynndel.  There were four additions to the  Vallev population during February,  tbree of the newcomers being girls.;  There were;no marriages and but one  death.  Mrs. Crawford, who has spent the  past six months' here on a visit to her  sonSr'W.^Br and Tom, left for her  home   in    Fort   "William,     Ont.,     on  Friday.  Eggs Foe Hatching���������From specially mated Rhode Island Reds, $1.75  per setting of ]5. Leghorn eggs at  same price. G. Nickel, Griffin RancK,  Creston.* i  Potn.TR-2- FANCiERS-r-White Leghorn eggs for hatching from" si heavy  .aying strain, $l���������_per setting of 15 eggs.  Baby chicks later. Mrs. Wearmouth,  Canyon.  The stores in town will close at 8.30  pn Saturday night in order to permit  the employees attend the boxing  tournament   in   the    Grand   Theatre  th::t evening.  R v. H. Varlev will deliver the last  of bis Lenten morning- addresses at  Christ Church on Sunday, his topic  being "Obedience."  The adjourned anmiai meeting of  the Fruit Growers Union will beheld  on Wednesdav, March 21st, in Speers'  Hall, at which the feature will be the  election of directors for 1023.  Staples & Pierson are expecting  their first carload of Ford cars to  arrive next week. Prospective buyers  should see them at once if they wish  to secure one from this carload,  The special services which opened in  the Presbyterian Church on Sunday,  under the direction of Rev. F. A.  Robinson" have been quite well attend--  ed so far, the Sunday night crowd  taxing:' the seating capacity to the  limit, and a choir . of "about twenty  voices helping but with the musical  features.  Robin's made their appearance in  the Valley last week, and some report  the return of the meadowlarksalready,  whilst a butterfly was. in evidence on  the Presbvterian manse grounds on  Saturday. For the first time ih sever-  ai years quite large" flocks of ducks  also wintered on the open sloughs on  the flats.  Tn connection with the services being held in the Presbyterian Church  there will be a- special service on  Sunday afternoon next"."' at. three  o'clock" for men only, when Rev.  Robinson will give a straight talk on  "Seeing Life."; 7 All men and the boys  over sixteen years of age are earnestly  invited to be present;  The confession made by the two  boys, as to killing Lorenz. the Victoria  bank clerk, will clear D. C. MacKenzie, who has been held since tbe end  of Februaiy as being implicated in the  murder rnystery. Until a; year ago  MacKenfcie'was a resident of Creston,  on* the Lanaon t place along-Goat  Mountain, back of the Attwood ranch.  S. A. Speers has  just completed the  purchase   of   the   Scott   building   on  Canyon street,   for   some   years   past  occupied   by    A.   Manuel,    and     his  intention is to thoroughly rebuild the  structure    throughout    and     it   will  probably be occupied   bv Mrs. Hayden  with   the   White 'Lunch   restaurant.  The   deal   includes    the   sale   of   the  Speers store building  on Wilson Ave.  to Dong Barney, who iSrOwner of the  Scbtt structure; 7.  The Tunstead residence ori Victoria  Avenue is now owned by W. B.  Martin, C.P.R. agent,>jwho made the  purchase last week, at a jjrice in the  neighborhood of $2100, It is a very  desirable residential property and the  sale indicates that preston realty  values are" not on the. decline.- Mr.  and Mrs. Tunstead haying been living  at the coast for some months past and  for the present will continue to make  their home there.  fcS-erald "Timmons is home from  Cult'iis Creek, where he has been  working tor about six-week.  A cnniple more cars of apples , were  loaded out here this week, and hf the  end of the month the last of the'ns will  be gone. There is a healtny demand  for apples just now. much stuff haying  lo be brought in from the U.S. to supply the market. - _  Mn and Mrs. Geo. Hobden got back  from Longbeach,. Calif., on Wednesday. Thev left here early in November intending to make their home in  that state for the benefit of Mrs. Hob  den's health - but after five -months*  experience it is found the Kootenay  climate is the more agree.-E.hle, hence  their "return, and a royal welcome  back by a host of friends.  3  Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Dodd had the  unexpected pleasure of entertaining  the surprise partv brigade on Friday-  night, when another splendid evening  was passed' at whist, the winners fcfe-  ing Mrs. McKelvey and J. M. Craigie  at high scoring, while  the low scorers  JAS. ADLARD  PAINTER    ,  WALLPAPER SAMPLES  * CRESTON  M. WINCH  Carpenter <& Cabinet Maker  *._     "   -Estimates submitted on .all   '���������"'    ^'  classes of work.  Workshop, Park ((venue (Box 35)" Crssfon  GUARANTEED  E|p for Hatciiing  White Leghorns and  ' Barred Rocks  Eggs from either breed are offered  as- follows:  No. 1 Pen���������Setting of 15 Eggs.....$2.50  No. 2.Pe������i���������Setting of 15 Eggs, ,5,51.50  Rsirger quantities at special prices.  We guarontee 10 living Chicks from  each setting, and in case of -failure  will give anotJher setting at half price.  Anglican Church Services  SUNDAY, MARCH  13  CRESTON SIRDAR  8 and 11 a.m. 7.30 p.m.  For  Pianoforte,  Organ and  Singing-. Lessons  at>t*h  ARTHUR COLLIS, Creston  P.O. Box76  K.KLEIST, Creston  3 cartons  ~>  A. E. McKenzie Co.  Bulk   Seeds   at  catalogue prices  C. O. Quist of.Creston"is announced  to take the Methodist service here on  Sundav. in the enforced: absence h-  Kev. G. Knox. ���������'y ."-'���������'Z'y. ���������  Mr. Wetherhead was a week end  visitor at his home here. -He is in  charge of a tie camp'for. the C^P.R. at  Yahk, and expects to be there at least  all this season. ''-':-Z~-'-'��������� "-.:   -'������������������������.  Bob Kellock, Company, storekeeper;  is the latest car owner in the Canyon  section. He purchased a rebuilt Ppi d  from Staples & Pierson Creston, this  week. .'"'���������'.  Pruning is very general here at  present, and most of the ranchers are  doing it heavier than usual this  spring. The trees have wintered well,",  and promise a heavy yield.  Ted Swanson left on Wednesday for  Wami, where he has   taken   a lumber  Selected,   Early,    Hardy.   Pioductive  Varieties    for   Field,    Garden -  and Lawn.  COMPLETE STOCKS CARRIED at REGINA  W rite for Illustrated Catalogue.  SEND ORDERS HERE.  Sfeele9 Briggs Seed GdB? Limit!  REGINA.        -        -        SASK.  Greston  rowers Union  i luircn  Adjourned Annual Meeting  Ro|t������r    ~*~r~r~T~~rar.   t(,mt  -'"   *, tnmU I 1*11" 11 *%        nr  Sendee  DIWlnLIIO   Prices  Reports from Cran brook jjre to the  effect that Rev. G. Knox has had his  jaw set in splints and is doing as well  as could be expected. He is a guest of  Rev, Mr. Freeman in that city.  Horses For Sal-is���������Twenty good  work horses, match teams, young nnd  .sound, weigh from 2800 to 3200. Haye  some good ranch horseH. Canyon  City Lumber Co., Ltd., Creston.  Three auto loads of young people  wero at Porthiil on Saturday night  for tho dance, the music for the affair  being supplied by Miss Phyllis Small,  pinnn, and Alex. Lidgate. clrumw.  Koor Fob Hatching���������White Leghorn hatching eggs; pen headed by  copkerel from Experimental Farm  heavy laying strain. 851 for sotting of  Ifi eggH. C-JeuiHiifcM -& Young, Kricknon,  February weather statistics show  the coldent dip of the year, tho mercury hitting M below zero on the 15th,  ' whilst the warmest touch was on tlio  24th. when it wn������ 41 in the hIuwIo, For  the month there wrh a total snowfall  of 11 inch co.  There wilt l������������ no flervleeH In 1he  AlelhodiHl Church for ut leant I ho  next two tturirlayH, anrl frxr the Marne  length of time the Methodist and  E'reHUvterlmi "Sunday hcIiooIh ur** taking Instruction together at the Pi^w-  bvtei-iaii f-hurch,  TIik hpecial r;oniruStt^������ -of fall fuir  dirr-ctfii-H iwc. bu������y with arrangcmoiitw  fr>r   lh<~   Kiuttei*   Morula v    whint   and  iinttft. in  ttiii  f'i-n*inii   m^n.   -.it'ti-kt.ists  orchewtra will wupply tlie iiiuhIc arirl  there will be the uaual wlilnt pr.'j,vH  nnr! a fl������vHt-eln.������?H lunch.  piling contract   in   the   mill   at   that  point.  A growth of 8 feet 2 inches of new  wood is revaled in tha priming  operations on one of the apple trees .at  the J. Wood ranch last week..  0. O. Rodgers was the winner of  the pool in connection with tho time  the last board would be cut nt the  mill when it shut down for this season  last Thursday. His guess was 6.80.  with the job complete at 6.18 p.m  II. Hodge was next closest witli u  guess of 5.30, and Axel BerRen's guess  of 5.15 was third. About $20 was  divided between the winners.  Dad Browell is out to regain his  title ot. the poultry king of Creston  Valley. This week he expects to take  delivery of 2B0 baby chioltH  of a high  class.Leghorn strain from  a fancier at  Colfax, Waah.  At the Unitod Farmers meeting on  Saturday night not Bufficiont egga  being in Might it wan decided not to  organize a branch of the��������� Nelson ogg  exchange. Tho meeting was largely  taken up with co-operative frnlt Belling and t hone prose nt went on record  m.n .approving of (Janyon rauchera  honking up with any cooperative selling HiTongeiuent that has the approval of 80 per cont. of the tonnage at  other Valley points.  CRESTON, B.C.  March, 14, 1923  The Annual Meeting of Creston Fruit  Growers Union, Limited, will be . held at  Speers Hall, Crestpn, Wednesday, March  21st, 1923, at Two 6'Clock pam.  W. G. LITTLEJOHN,  ��������� '.'.- Secretary,  V-011  twill Pay You  BZHokmon  T-ittYt.W Mn* well who Iih.h beim  woi'mJiik in tho Cranbrook d!������ti*lot.  the |mut couple of montliH, arrived  home at the end of the week.  to remember of ail fin^cs tfkczt  we are here to serve you Promptly  Courteously, and Efftciently*  ***���������*(��������� ,  ���������*mw������������wiW������ie^^  imi

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