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 ~   ^  : 11 V z)  v\  ~~m~~~m  i  ���������y  "rh  fV  ^^^s^-^f^^^j^^M  W&Mii  V  !$  // '")  JiiS JL  JKVI  Vol. XV.  CBESTON, B. C, FRIDAY, MARCH 30.  1S23  XTri.  V������    *VJ  School closes on the 29tb for the  ten-day 'Raster vacation. which  Principal Lalleymonc! will spend here.  Guy Constable got back oh Sunday  from Vernon, where he has been on  Co-Operative'Growers business for tho  past three weeks.  Owing^to some wishing to attend  the final meetings of the' Rev. F. A.  Ribinson at Creston, this week's  Social Club hop had to be postponed  from Tuesday nntl! Thursday night.  Road boss Tom Harris alteady has  the drag at work on the Alice Siding  roads getting the ruts levelled up  -before putting on the scraper.-" ?.  Jas. Compton was around ���������. this  section. Wednesday getting signatures  to the Union five-year contract, and  was having  one  hundred' per   cent.  fiiiniiaoo  ~r%4*M%tr%*%   ~*������*im  tmm**%i%M  *VU������  overypne -signing  that  I   Gordon Smith, who has been near  Pasadena. Calif., for the last three  months, got baek at the end of the  week, and will spend the summer in  the Valley.  Cattle are again grazing on the flats,  although the range food has to he  supplemented by occasional feeds  from the stack.  The, weather the first four days this  week was real springlike, Wednesdav  seeing the mercury up to GO shortly  after dinner. - - "* .  - Everywhere is heard ~ satisfaction  expressed ai the turn the local fruit  marketing situation has taken and  with Mi*. VanAckeran on the Union  directorate Canyon is assured this  district will get every consideration it  is entitled to.     ���������  The trustees of the Methodist church  t-*ke this-means of expressing their  thanks to all who either by donating  money pr labor have made -it possible  to erect the substantial ��������� addition .that  has just been completed to the church.  Miss Jessie Hiekey was guest of  honor at a social evening afc the Pochin  home on Wednesday bight, the affair  being a miscellaneous shower~>whicb  was well attended by her lady friends  who remembered with a nice lot of  useful and ornamental remembrances  on the occasion ~of her approaching  marriage within the -next few weeks.  The feature, of tbe short business  session of the United' Farmers on  Saturday night was the request of the  residents of the Calgary Heights district that the department be asked to  secure the land necessary to give a  diversion to do away with the heavy  grade on She road iu from the school,  the residents in that area being willing-  to do the work free once the desired  right off way is laid out.  UmoEi Contracts  Well Signed Up  Things' are 'again quite normal in  the local fruit marketing situation,  following a three day visit' to Creston  of D. W. Sutherland, organiser for the  Co-Operative Growers, who was here  from Saturday to Tuesday, his mission  being'to secure the signatures of Creston growers to the official contract of  th e Co- Operati ye. Growers.  He had several sessions of-the Union  directors, and after wiie communication with Vernon Mn-Sutherland was  finally its a position to state that the  special terms asked by "Oreston would  be conceded, but it was stipulated tbat  it   would   he   necessary   for  Creston  growers  individually] to sign the Co-_ under the joint Auspices of the Meth  &������$&.  The school is due.to close on Thurs*  day for the Raster vacation with oper  ations to resume on the4*th of April.  The present fine weather-is britigTOg  out the frost and, roa^s^s^Jn wry  poor "shape - for ;:"W$veHffig. ",: "Odd  Browell Ss busv With dra inag������ _ opeiv  ationstto-get rid "of ;tb#* "watter and get  the graders W the* job.  - "y 's.*:    --*-       -'    '-,  ��������� The planers are still in, ^operation at  the hig mill and in spite of poor hauling there ������3 considerable shipping of  rush orders; a car of cedar going out on  Friday destined for Toronto, Ontario;  use. ."'     ' i   .  *���������" "-  Birth��������� On March 26th,. to Mr. and  Mrs. Matt. Clavten, a son.,   --  ..:*.���������' -rZ~y-"       .    .  Rev.-J. H. White, D.D.. superintendent of B C. Methodist Missions, will  preach anniversary services here on  Sunday afternoon at 3.90. Hef will  speak at Lister at 1L30.  Rea] estate is booming in and  around Kitchener, several properties  having changed hands in the past few  |d������ys.  Kitchener is surely getting r*6acly for  the expected boom this summer  Mr. and Mrs. Rogers, who have been  working at��������� Schonnertfs camp. ..have  gtmt. toCreston where they will -reside  in future./ "~    -"���������"  *        "       ^      >Z   Z. Z  trapping in this section?all~w$nter. left  for bis home at Creston on^Sundav.  Mrs. Lionel Forrester is visiting her  parents, Mr. and Mrs. Castenqtiay. at  Creston.  R.W. Bro. Geo.' S. Baker of Fort  Steele, D.O.G.M of District No. 8.  paid Creston Mascnic Lodge an official  visit on Wednesday night. The  second degree was conferred on a  candidate and the district deputy was  quite fulsome is his commendation s*  the woik done by W.M. T. W. Bundy  and. the other officers. .The visitor,  also found the lodge in all its appoint  meats in a very high state of efficiency.  At the dose of lodge adjournment was  taken to the Norris restaurant where  the customary banquet was seryed  and the usual round of toasts very  heartily received.  The two and ahalf weeks of evangelistic sexy ices in fJt. Stephen's Church,  which have been carried on Jby Rev.  F. A. Robinson and Miss Niven,  soloist,   and-'Miss    Grnnert.   pianist*  Orders for Strawberry and  Raspberry Crates must be in  the hands of the manufacturers wit]������in>t^^  in order to guaranteo a supply  lor this season. "i'yZ,  .- j.'- ���������'.      ''"'j,-!.- .'���������  "���������'���������'������������������'?.- '        '. -,'���������'''  Each grower-Vis requested to  Bend in at onco atr^estiniate of  the crates he will require for  Strawberries, Raspberries,Red  and BlackCurrants and Blackberries.  Purchases will be based On  these estimates and the XJnion  is unable to guarantee to  supply crates ������to-..those who  fail, to send in an estimate.  *^J? I ^? w B ujrflB    S BBSSB   ^B ������ BB ly ij fl m  UifiOiiy umllrn  G.n A. Hunt has just completed his"  timber rontract with tbe Sash & Door  Company.  .  Miss  Lvda Johnson was a Creston  visitor here between f rainti on Sunday.  Miss Ellen Andeen, who has been a  patient in Cranbrook hospital of late  returned at the end of the week, and  was amongst those present at the  baseball dance on Saturday night.-  F. V. Staples was a business visitor  here on Sunday and closed at least one  motor car sale during his stay.  There is quite an exodus of prairie  men who have been working at  Kitchener all winter, hiking back to  get readv for spring farm work.  However, the influx "of new comers  keeps both hotels filled to overflowing.  Tbe Sash & Door Company sawmill  was closed down for a few days this  week, while the machinery was getting a thorough overhauling.  Mr. and Mrs. IS. Drlffll nnd D. A.  McDonald were week-end visitors with  friends at Creston, ..returning on  Monday.  It Is confidently expected that all  three of the Kitchener sawmills will  be operating this summer and between  the mill operations and logging - it  looks as if at least 200 men will be on  the local payrolls.       '���������'���������.     ���������   y    ���������  A benefit dance was held in Hunt's  Hall on Saturday night the proceeds  from which will go toward tho purchase of an outfit for the 1028 Kitchener-baseball team. After meeting  expenses about $70 was ret)Heed.  , i' ���������       * -    ���������  Although the enow is not .quite all  gone yet the baseball bug 1a buzzing  around and jufet now things look rosy  for the field! of; of a, ball team tliat"will  at least be equal to the boat at Yahk  and Oreston. Considerable of tho  necessary funds to outfit tho nine  wero secured at Saturday's night's  dance and a likely looking site for tho  diamond und grounds has been spot-  tod. <Wlth tbe proapeot of two  hundred men working here this summer uaaoiuajN aftould prove a. very  popular sport for all.  Operative contract. 6n   the   back   of  whichr provision   would be   made to  assure the terms asked for being given  The directors, however, felt that ii  would be suicidal to circulate Cooperative contracts ia "view of the  distinct prejudice that has-been exhibited toward them, and so no effort was  made in that'direction.  Before leaving on Tuesdav Manager  Staples and Mr. Sutherland had agreed  on a~rougii draft of the contract tbe  Union will sign on behalf of the'local  growers, to ensure" co-operation be  tween Creston and- ^he Co-Operative,  and the finished contract was sent to  Vernon on "Wednesday.  Following the departure jof Mr.  Sutherland.the -signing up "of Valley  growers on the Union contiact has  been going on most successfully, the  Review being informed that up till  noon Thursday contracted accounting  for 75 per cent, of the^desired local:  tonnage-had been ^tnrned'-in.. - ^T  -. Contracts will JfejWa^table for sig*  nature atib������ Un^>-^'anwS^lso Staples  FS^~^5Cos5ttpSnv,->iaa3d ^-it-ilR expected  that growers will tna^V it ~~ point to  visit either if tb^se and sign up not  later' fh-ab Saturday ,uoon. .Two or  three people have volunteered to cir  cuhite contracts but no campaign for  this purpose hasjbeen organized. Any  rancher who has not been visited by  one of these volunteers must not feel  that be has been overlooked or that  his tonnage is not essential. One hundred per cent, for united selling effort  is the point at which to aim and each  individual is asked to do his part by  coining into town and signing.  odist and Presbyterian -congregations,  came to a close on IVedsissda** ni-^ht  For the first twq_ weeks splendid  attendances were in evidence each  week night, whilst on Sundays the  edifice-was taxed to capacity to seat  the evening crowds, particularly.  Both'speaker and musicians were well  received and much lasting good is sure  to follow their efforts in Creston.  Gerald Timmons,- who has been at  bis home here for .the past three  weeks? returned to. work at Cultus  Creek at the end of the week.  Mr. and Mrs. Percy* Adams, and  young son. Jim, were' week-end guests  of-Mrs. Adams' parents, Mr. and Mrs.  Attwood. Mr. Adams left for home  on Monday.  Roy Telford received "the unwelcome intelligence by wire on Friday  announcing the death of his brother.  Sandv. - which occurred at Guelph.  Ontario, that morning. Residents  with a good memory "will* recall a visit  the deceased made he^d about eight  years ago.  School closes for the "Raster vacation  on the 29th and will be dosed until the  9th. Miss Green will spend the vacation at her home ih Kaslo.  . Erickson figures prominently in the  newly-elected directorate- of Creston  Fruit Growers Union, three of tbe  seven,members hailing from, here���������  Frank Putnam, R* J. Long' and R. E."  Cartwright.  Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Quist left at the  flrst of the week for Metiskow, Alber-  ���������fii w������������ssrs vncy sswuu' ~a agasii wun&e -_  their home for some time, at which  point two of their sons are farming on  a very large scale. Mr. Quist,:. particularly will certainly be missed from  Creston. During at least .five years of  residence he has taken a. foremost part  in United Farmer effort, and haa been  very prominent in Methodist-1 Church  wQ-ck^taking,charge of,the bible classy,  singingin-the choir, and on occasion}  'Word, has just come from Eric  Craigie that he is located permanently  near Los Angeles. Calif., where he has  "gone to woxk  as a carpenter's helper.  as  Milt .Beam is expected back from  the Corn Creek section in a-few days,':  as with the snow ��������� pretty -well gone  trapping is at an end.' The season haa  been*quite a successful one.for rnink^  and skunk, hat so far" no cougar have  been taken.  .The surjpEise  par$y  squad   ^      ^ invaded  taking the service^througtemt. - Mr! 1^%,?* A* J^^ .!���������������*%������������   **"���������*.  -  -'----*������������������ * '- "*- ^mght, but due to severs^ of the young-  4r*Miienite$    hgingf- Absent    at  the  Mason's ball the evening-was'spent in"  Local and Personal  Mr. and M rs. Ernest Driffil of Kitchener were week end: visitors with  Creston friends and report that a  move is alreaey on foot to have a base*  ball team at Ki tchener this year, and  to go into a league made up of Ores-  ton, Yahk, Kitchener and possibly  Wynndel.  Const. Clark, who has been oa the  'R.C.M.P. farce here for the past few  munthN, has tjeen transferred to Alberta, and loft for Lethbridge on Monday. He was a most unassuming but  efficteht officer and a favorite In social  circles, whose departure will be re*  gretted by a host of friends.  Oreston wilt continue to have united  church services for *at. least another  month. , At n ineeting- of the board of  managers on Monday night invitation  0^^t������js ^s^jeirience.^In both. - business  andi^^^t-^^  Quist and: himself^wllfbe regretted.  "*>  rrm     " " ^~.~������Z**00.'  "'    ~       P f-N>"*-   -  Creston G.WLV.A. have arranged  with the^ Ted Williams Novelty En-  tertainers to -' hold a. dance in the  Grand Theatre Ballroom, on Monday  week, to help raise funds for the local  organization.. The orchestra, which is  composed of five musicions, who all  play two or more instruments, has  been playing for the Veterans in  Calgary since last November, and ia  going to England for the 1924 British  Empire Exhibition as it is the best  jazz and novelty in" the west at tlie  present time. We* feel sure that  everyone will get - ont and nelp the  boys as they certainly deserve every  success for arranging to give nil the  pleasure of hearing such, a combination of musicians and entertainers.  was.extended tho Methodist to contiti  uo their usual evening worship at St.  Stephen's until such time ns Rev. Mr.  Knox is able to resume pulpit work.  The Invitation has been* accepted.  Diio to over crowding the Methodist  Sunday School will meet at. the Methodist church each Sunday morning.  The annual Masonic ball on Friday  night at tine Grand Theatre was the  sociul event- of thc season, with some  sixty couple present to enjoy the  hospital! ty of tho olHcorQ and members  off Ot'eaUm Lodge-. T3*e Uoor w^w hi  excellent shape and tho music by  Mcsdamea Foreman and* LiBter. and  Al. Lldga to waa of the host, aa was  also tho aupper which was served by  caterer TSTorrla. Measva. Bnndy, Norris  and W. R. Long, the committo in  charge of the affair certainly deserve  every credit for thoir successful effort  in providing a Rood-timo for such a  large assemblage.  Mrs. Grady got back, on Tuesday  from Spokane, where she haa been  visiting her daughter.  Mrs. Hook.  Land clearing Is now the order of  the day, both C. O. Ogilvie and Matt.  Hagen being busy In that particular  line.7.;.. ..,'.'���������'������������������  The ladles' Aid hopes that all will  turn out for their bazaar and sale of  cooking on Saturday, Slat.  There will be a meeting of the looal  06- Operative   Fruit Growers* Assoc!  ation transaction of regular busineps  on Monday night.  -.���������       r~t^~~t  Zd~&a������^Wz~-~if~t< the6ianova-  l - x*r"*-L''\, ���������-   *   ** ~.   ..     . ^-_ ^,_ ^  ttoi-fwas very much" enjoyed Jby aB.  .'*"jr -*<���������       '.-^j\   "      ���������* J   "*-*.**-'- ��������� >Jjf'-**'^?*^. ? ~*irt:'->"  BRAHO THEATRE  Sahinfaw,  X  SorJ->;*|*|������,  j.j.O'it'Vr !���������*���������*<���������'  E. Butterfield was a business visitor  - -at NelHon a few days tho latter part of  the week.  Miss Phyllia Foxall haa returned  from Willow Polr.t, where she had  ape nt a few days, the guest of Mrs.  Greenwood.  Messrs. E. and A. Andestad were  observed on Tuesday exorcising their  ability to drive the Chevrolet car  which thoy purchased last fall.  "���������Big Bon" Oannem has returned to  Wynndol, and has taken on his old  job witli the Winlaw firm.  HtRBtRT  ������������������nt''-'.'rri,\������l-;)\<  Ziyi c..Z).yi  i'l he; tl.nllM^^r/'iH,!.,  ' vciiViti<'*v. ���������''! h rriil-V)!*, .odi, .  liVvM i:K'r,l"0 -|-;| -)y, ��������� \ ly'Up I'll ���������.'',  II  O. J, Wigen left on  Tuesday  bualness trip to Apptedale.  on a  Harry Bathlo, jr.. Is again with ua,  and we understand that ho will remain for about a month doing some  necessary spring work on his ranch.  IHtMAN  .:���������   ;..,,   ������������������ ���������....*   ' .'. ..... *. . ,..,: .',���������������������������1.1.  '���������***���������* BWB^H^^^1'BB*** B''-**B������xV������B������������'a *W'  UnULKLUfLK  '.".:.   , .*   ' *!*'*   ' '' '���������   ' .l'*-  * ���������        in i.'.   ..!., .i..m *    * tv. **0-*r,  *.*      TX-  ;-;7 Din-ct^; hyTOD B^OV/fsl fRG^;^1  AiWi*^r*������*^fc*'^''-^i,**w������hf**ti������^'^'W^  ' Three BeeB  H AHOLD ULOYD COMEDY  -m*t~~ttt~m*m*4mii������mitmtMm4MSt~~i ~eZ.;J~t&mit~-***'i  .fl*m*;******tofe**?*fi^"g^^^  ^3mS������mS  Kri^i^'A.w'f^SwiSgSii  ; ���������.������������������-������������������'������������������'���������'*��������� Uv-'>^7-;^*;V'"*ll:''!i'0?''*'*ij;l."?*.*'yi 70-������������������?���������'������������������-*'  ^.>*:.*..'.*''!v^A.v7*.f-iJ*.;HW^!~''!,&  . *  f t  1  rf  -Is,  1^  l������  1  the:;1Sie w3 ��������� ckesto^,; : ��������� B.r *: &  First   Underground   Railway  particular people*  reezes ������������ tii������  mountain gardens where it  fgrows-r-raot a trace of any adulterant in tliis deligntful coffee.  4C  Mother and  Bafey  Mrs.  Peter . A*  Pahaer,   Salt  Burn,  Sask., writes s ������  4'Dr. Chase's Ointment has completely  relieved me of eczema and piles. I also  used this Ointment for my baby, -who broke  out in eczema. -A few-applications were all  that was necessary in her case. Dr. Chase's,  Ointment has been worth, a hundred dollars  to me���������before using it I liad spent a great  deal more than that in unsuccessful treat-  meat from doctors. We have also used Dr.  Chase's other medicines, the Nerve Food  haying restored my health after suffering  from severe nerve troiibie when a giri."  UH. CHASE'S OINTMENT  ���������0 Cents a "box, oJI dealers, or "Eanianson, Bates & Co., "Ltd.., Toronto  University Uses Business Methods  Intakes over $6,000,000 a year to  operate the University of Michigan.  Us "business is handled, by methods  similar to those of the commercial  concerns, with an aim at greatest efficiency and effectiveness at lowest cost.  London's Tube, Sixty Years Old, Has a  ���������L---ZZ'- History   r���������  Days when 7; "London's -underground  railway*;;was used by~.women in^eriho-  lines-ahdnien irotfthe***tt>i> hats ami side  whiskers of.7tlie mid-Victorian period,  are recalled by tlie fact that the Metropolitan Railway has celebrated its diamond jubilee. >  The original Metropolitan Railway,  whdeh was Opened on January 10,  1863, rani from Parrington Street to  Bishop's Road; Paddington. 3% miles.  More than sb.OOO people were carried  on the opening day and almost as  many on each succeeding day.  .There was much opposition to its  construction. It was asserted thar.  its tunnels would collapse, that the  vibration would make the houses  above it uninhabitable, and that passengers would be asphyxiated by  fumes.  So much resistance was offered to  the cons time tion of .* "Regent's Park  that the tunnel haj^ to dip in order to  pass under a subway running from  Park Crescent, under the Marylebone  Road to Park Square.  There ������������������ were, many other engineering problems to be solved. The Fleet  Ditch sewer.-., (which the railway,  crosses throe times), had to be  diverted. During the work of construction thesewer burst at Farrang-  don Street, causing great damage. All  obstacles were -overcome, however,  and today the tunnels, built 66 years  ago, and cased in rings of brick eight  deep, are firmer than when* they were  built.  Ci^ for Fletcher's  Fletcher's Castoria is strictly a remedy for Infants and Children.  Foods are specially prepared for babies. A baby's medicine  is eyen more es&entiai for Baby. Remedies primarily prepared  for grown-ups are not interchangeable. It-was tie need of  a remedy for the common aflments of Infants and Children  that brought Castoria before the public after years of research,  and no claim has been made for it that its use for over 30  -pflayo   "hnn  2101   T0"Ire���������,  RI MOVE  CHILD'S B01EIS  .1    .     - -M���������   1      .a  "California  Fig Syrup"   is  Child's Best Laxative  A ? Navy Memorial  Belgian    King    Wil!    Lay    Foundation  Stone at Zeebrugge Mole  The work of restoring Zeebrugge  harbor has been quickened'within'-the  past month t>r two, in readiness for  the laying by the King of the Belgians, early in April, of the foundation  stone of the memorial to the ratings  of the Royal Navy who fell in the fight  , for the Mole. The salving of the  I ships sunk to bottle up the *'U" boats  is almost completed, and the breach  in the Mole itself has been, repaired.  Zeebrugge is now clear for the ferry  service. In'regard to the memorial,  an Anglo-Belgian committee, under  the presidency of "Lord I3mniott, are  spending 500,000 francs on the column,  surmounted by St. George and the  Dragon, which has been designed by  M. Dupont, the Brussels sculptor, and  will be set up near the Mole as a  symbol &nd a landmark to the seamen  of the world.  What is  CASTORIA?  Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric  Drops and Soothing Syrups; It is pleasant. It contains  neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its  age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has  been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency.  Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising  therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids  the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep.  The Children's Comfort���������The Mother's Friend.  ' e OASXO RIA falways  Bears the Signature of  In Use For Over 30 Years  THE CBNTAUR COMPAHYvNSW YORK CITY  Lift Off with Fingers  Invert a sick child loves the "fruity  i-.i~:t4~  ot* "Calif onsla  Fig  Syrup  WINTER-WEATHER  HARD ON LITTLE ONES  Our Canadian winters arc exceedingly hard on the health of little ones.  The weather is often so   severe   that  the mother cannot take the little onc  y ��������� out for an airing.      The consequence  Old-Timers' Re-Union  i  she little stomach is upset, tongue  routed, or ii your child is cross, feverish, i'ui! of *-r.ui, or hah colic, a teaspoon, ful wi:i never fail to open the  bowr-rls. In, a few hours you can see  liir yoursifrl* how thoroughly it worlis  :.";! the e-or..--*ij>ation p<������j:-on, Hour hil<>  -ml wriste irom th������s ten dor. little  Vwiwchs and. &rtv.*r.-������ you it well, playful  child affair..  Mil!Ions of mo'-lK* :-*-**���������*. "kw-jv-"Oiil1fn>rnia  !*'U* Syrwii"' handy. Th.>y know a tea-  :*;)fiont';:l today aavfti a i;\<~k chVai to-  i.j-*>sTo,.r. Art: your druerwist for Ken-  rAn-H: "(;,..i',.-?.)-:!. Fn* Syrup"' which hns  i is that haby is confixied to overheated,  badly ventilated rooms; takes cold and  becomes cross and peevish. Baby's  Own Tablets should be given to keep  the little one healthy. They are a  mild laxative which regulate the stomach and bowels and thus prevent  colds. The Tablets are sold by medi-  cine dealers or by mail at 25 cents a  box from The Dr. Williams' Medicino  Co,, Brockville,, Ont.  Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little  "Freezone" on an aching corn, instantly that corn stops hurting, then shortly you lift it right o������������ with fingers.  Truly!  Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of  "Freezone" for a few cents, sufficient  to remove every hard corn, soft corn,  or corn between the toes, and the. calluses, without soreness or irritation.  Pioneer Men and Women Hold Meeting at Calgary  * Meeting in Calgary for their annual  re-union and "round-up," more than  500 old-timers and pioneer women  who have been in Alberta for more  than thirty years, exchanged reminiscences and renewed the days of  their youth in a young country. Both,  men and women have formed organizations which* caine into being two  years ago, and-the membership'rules  strictly prohibit the admission of anyone who has not spent the prescribed  thirty years in the province.  illlil  ?\i-j--r~r-:,.:������������������-.-  'Wail  There may be other corn removers,  but you will not bo completely satisfied until you have used Hollo way's  Com Remover.  The   spoon   is   a   little   thing   that  creates a stir in every household.  Wicked Competition  A pair of criminals arrested in New  York have confessed that they were  hired by a laundry company to destroy the work done in other laundries.  That isn't the sort of competition  which is the life of trade.���������Hamilton  Herald.  Minard's Liniment for  Distemper  In   the   alphabet   of   egotism   there-  is but one letter.  give  your  tion a "Mcls** witb.  WRIGLEYS.  Sound -teetia, -a flood,  appetite and proper  diffestion. pi ean MUCK  So your toealtn.  WHIG LEY'S Ss a  helper   ini all   tnis.  w&sU ��������� a  ,-pSeases-sS,  beneficial pfccBc-me-up.  D39  ufi^h^uttg  habi<-;  tnd   children  of  .,-'?K'C:t.H'\*i~   It  ..li   ui-iiH   prim-rd  fin   bo'Mc.       Mother  *'<>'t >im:hi  .*,.*! v  'Villi i'o;*nt;i." nr yon may  -������������������- nn ���������'nr:'*ai ion the i:i nip.  "Winnipeg   B~snk  CI*earinnn  I-.nek  cli-urSj!.^.-* in   V'%"li.inijM-f* in   \'..~-  -,,'.l)<>i:"it<'<l  if ?'J..'f';r-,n:!s,701, thn prnlrl^  firy   ranlclntr   i.hir������l  ri n i i'i'.*:,  'I'liytmUi  fun vcr,  ,'jinong   Dotninion  ccniiir>:- ;r't*-T     .Mrnrilrcal     an'l  *;rit|   3j'-iii^   Vitllt������w-ftl   hy   Van-  t  I i a 11 >-}?'.-���������-. I'MMii... w-Utt-At  \v;is (first.  f!i:**i-'  nut'i'i't!  in  'jt������> "t'.<'..  uiM aKUin'.'".jt'iicar i  In   lii.Hi.  Game Humters Must Wear White  The. Alberta "Legislature hns passed  an amendment to the Game Act whereby in future all btg r'nmo hunters will  ho required lo clothe themselves in  white material, including a cap, this  bi.lnK to prevent ns far as possible  Hlmoiing accidents in tlio woods.  Sweet and palatable. Mother -Graves'  V.'orrn K.-ct.-cj-minntor Is acceptable to  cinh.lrcn, nrul it does It work surely  sind promptly.  The lu-I^hl of optimism \s a patient,  who havi-fitf heon told by his doctor  'hat hc can't live Jong, .'it.art.'i to read  a eon������lnued Mtory I it a month 13- jungii-  ���������/.im".  l$2Lck3Lchcs?~welcome relief}  Scatter th������ painful congestion,  Sloan-3 warms and stimulates tbe  !>l������od, breaks uj> congestiofi  -^banishes the pain f  SHjTTfcJGISitwd   m   -^-#"Hl*&-JtWto^nti^/tk-^m*  ]M-%3���������M~~lXtOi M~4MMRKM.AmS~7~~~MM^  skills paint  J/tj./r jn 1 \rnt.ef.t  ForrneumatLyiiJjruis^, sitatiiz, chest, colds  For those Smokers  who Hke their tobacco  Cut Fine or who  roll their own  MACDONALD'S BtieGd;  Canada's Best Buy -  THE ECONOMY  PACKAGE  mmmml^^mXWIkWa^tt.  ~~~~m  mmm  (Also Procurable: in R4gka<3>������S !5"J ^25������/  ^L^^i^M^a^liiUiua^^  _t_____~^_t__s~~~~ii~~t~~~m  rmmammattmamimimtt  mmm THE   REVIEW,    ORESTON,   B.   C.  Is.  Better Conditions Needful  ��������� ������  \ . \   In   Order To   M^ake -  Rural Life Attractive  WESTERN   EDITORS  I would emphasi-ie the fact  here, Mr. Speaker, that this is the-  problem -we havc to solve today in  Canada. When-you have made the  countryside" i* good place to live in  and have helped to malce rural homes  happy and prosperous, I havc no difficulty in believing, you -Hill have*  gone" a long way towards solving your  industriai problems. i really believe  that people have attempted to build up  the country froni tbe wrong end; they  have tried to build it up from the industrial, instead of from the rural,  point of view. The development of  the -natural resources of the - countrj'  is the first duty that lies at the hands  7-.0fJ.the' Goveic-^e*%,-%i^ cari  Ibe dpue in t^iaJ^ire^ioh by he-rding  people Into lairge citi^sS" r might go  on for quite a while stating just what  was the troublo^yith the countryside,  'but' I may tei! you that one of tho first  things w* hare to -take Into consideration is the lack of remuneration.  You cannot get people to" stay anywhere or undertake any work "if they  are not going to receive adequate  remuneration for their labors. In bygone years it has not taken the young  people In the country districts .very  long to learn that more remuneration  and better conditions were to be found  in the cities than in the eountry, and  right i consequently they have soughfe: them.  We cannot blame those people; they  did just what was1 natural, and  what others would likely do again.  Perhaps every dweller in the rural districts will agree with me in what I am  about to say; at least I know it is  true of my own particular district,  where I am well acquainted. "Look  over that district and pick out the best  homes and the most intelligent people, and in the great majority: of cases  you will find that the brightest and  best of the children have left the countryside and gone to the cities. ������ I am  not going to. attempt to solve the problem whieh that state of * affaires presents- I. am simply pointing out what*  is a-iXact,;an<l I J;^ul|j./like the Gdv-  ernnient ip take|n|UG-e "ofi-it "a*hd endeavor to find some remedy.���������Robert  Forke (Brandon)*.-r'ZZ- Z. ��������� P"?-,   y  -���������  May Lead ttf; Goatroversy  Pnenomexial Growtk Of  1 ne ^Ar^estern Provinces  During Past Few- Years  Wm. X. Jones, Editor and Proprietor  of The Pioneer, Hawarden, Sask.  -&&������  They are Worth their  ^ Weight in Gold  New Bruns-wick Man Canno| Say Too  Much   In   Favour of  Dodd's  Kidney Pills  H������   Advises   all   Persons   who   "Suffer  from Kidney Disease to use them.  Pine Ridge, N.B.��������� (Special).���������From  all over New "Brunswick reports are  coming telling of the popularity of  Dodd's Kidiiey Pills as a remedy for  alt forms of kidney trouble.  In*every place, however small, there  appears.to be at least one person who  is prepared to say that he owes his  health to the great Canadian reruecly.  "Mr. Edward Chandler, a well-known  resident here is one of them.  "I have .taken ten boxes of your  Dodd's Kidney Pills and cannot* say  too much8 in their favour," Mr.  Chandler slates^ "They, are worth  their weight "in gold and I shall advise  all who suffer from kidney--'disease to  use them." ;    - -���������-.*-���������;Z-\ ������������������  .     Dodd's Kidney Pills have "become a  j family   remedy    because people have  -. ~* .*������������������������������������  Bill    Amending    Canada    T-emperance  Act to be Discussed .  The bill amending tlie Canada Temperance Act, of which Senator Cas-  graan gave notice to tlie Senate some  days ago, will probably give rise "to  considerable controversy. The aim  Of the.bill is to provide-for the abolition of licenses to manufacture intoxicating liquor in provinces wherein  the sale thereof is prohibited.  The bill provides in part that upon  receipt by the Secretary of State for  Canada of order-in-council passed  by any dry province, requesting that  no licenses be issued for the manufacture withift.- that province of any  intoxicating liquor other than for  sacramental ,or medicinal purposes";  or for manufacturing for commercial  purposes other than as a beverage,  or such other intoxicating liquor at*.  may be laAvfully sold in the province,  the    governor-in-eouncil v shall    cease      .   ,   . , ,   m,  .  i���������    t .....^ ' ���������,w.*k   .Tr.~*~-0..   ~..~.0   *x������-���������^.���������^ I tried them and found them good. They  -to    issue    such    licenses after Marco   help -Rbeuniatism, Lumbago, Diabetes,  Big  Irrigation  Projects  Two Large Un-*eriaking-j to he Carried  Forward This Year ���������  This year will sec two large irrigation undertakings in Southern Alberta  brought to a stage where the land will  be "under the ditch" with water being  delivered  to  the  farmer'-^ land.    The  lo rcrflt"    4T*~l-    ilvxxxsr.     v*v.rxvnr.4c.   At*    tt...     T AfK^  -���������-CZ*0r��������� 0. ��������� ,...t. ��������� 0- ��������� i���������.       ^r. 00.t-t.0tJ       .O *L.tt.Vf        ^0V~V.XX  bridge Northern Irrigation district,  comprising> so me ,220,000 acres of land,  of which 105,000 acres are irrigable.  In general terms this project lies.between the Old Man and Little Bow  Rivers, west and north of Dethbridge,  and extending as far west as the'  pioneer to^Ti of MacLeod. The smaller is known as the "United Irrigation  district, and lies in the foothill country west of Cardston, and about 25  miies south of MacLeod. This pro1  ject is of 21,0*00 irrigable aeres The  two projects will bring 130,-OQO acres  of land under the ditch or the equivalent of almost six townships. Both  project's were built during the past  two years, junder the Alberta Irrigation' District Act and the financing was  tnade possible by the guarantee of the  districts six percent, bonds by the  Provincial Government.  In an address before the annual  meeting of the 2*\ai"rrri:tl Trust Co., TV.  E. Bundle states that twenty-five ycaid  ago the total yield of thc field cropa  of the three prairie province***. wr.j S2,-  000,000 bushels. Last year the estimate shows 800,000,000. In 180S the  population in the provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta was  400,000, now it is slightly under 2,000,-  000. Twent3'-five years ago wheat  production was 32.000,000 bushels.  Last year it was, 375.000,000 bushels.  In 1901 .the.western live stock numbered 1,620,000 while J21 1922 it counted S,200,000 head. Twenty-five years  ago the savings deposits for all Canada totalled $140,120,000 while today  the prairie provinces alone show savings of $2-00,000.000 and the people  there have bought.������210,000,000 worth  of Victory Bonds.  nilTAfftlNESl  are an ^essential factor  sn  The first cabs or hackneys for hire  were in London about 1630.  The old Teutons played a game like  football with skulls of their enemies.  m  promoting healthful growth  Scott's Emulsion  is far richer in the fat  soluble A vitamine  than cream, iiaids  growth���������builds health!  ATALLDRUG STORES  PRICE. JS 1.3O ctndi 65c 21-1  I  I  The Canadian Pacific Railway  WILL FBND  31, 1924.  Bakers Raisin Pies  ���������save baking at home  THERE are luscious raisin, pics just around the.  corner, at your -grocer's or a  bake shop.  Baked to a turn���������a flaky-  crust -filled with tender,  tempting raisins, the^ rich  juice forming a delicious  sauce.  Once try tnese pies that  master bakers bake fresh daily  in your city and you'll ncvej  takC: the j. trouble aftenvards  to triake *raisin pies at home.  - Get a pic now and let your  men folks taste it.  Made with tender,thm-sUnned,  meaty, seeded...Sun-Maid Raisins.  "Raisins furnish 1560 calories  of energizing nutriment per  pound iu practically predigested  form.  Also a fine content of food-  3ron���������>)good food  for the blood.  Use, raisins frequently, therefore, which are both good and  good for you, in puddings cakes,  cookies, etc.  *.*  You may be offered other  brands that you know leas well  than Sun-Maids, but the kind  you want is the kind you know  is good. Insist, therefore, on  Sun-Maid brand. They cost no  more than ordinary raasius.  Mail coupon for free book  of tested Sun-Maid recipe*.  Learn what you can do with  luscious raisins.  {Lame Back, Heart Disease and Urinary troubles, because all of these ave  either Kidney Diseases or are caused  by the liidnejrs "failing to do their  work.  -Want Wheat Corporation'  The bill of Senator'Gooding,.Republican, IdaiiOi to create a Government  wheat stabilization corporation with  .$800,000,000 capital to buy and sell  wheat, was reported favorably by unanimous vote of the Senate .agriculture  committee at Washington.  Miller's Worm Powders will purge  the stomach and intestines of worms  so effectively and so. easily and painlessly that tho most delicate stomaeh  will not feel any inconvenience from  their action. They recommend themselves to mothers as a preparation  that will restore strength and vigor to  their children and protect them from  the debilitating effects which result  from the depredations of worms:  Farm Help for  SUN-MAID RAISINS  The Supreme iPie Raisin  Sun-Maid Raisin Growers  ���������"MttmburHlilp  H.0UQ  FRESNO, CALIFORNIA    ,  s-L&s&ti&t %,-rt~~~a~i jm~_~������ k&~i~~~~~) l  CUT THIS OUT ANT) SENTV IT  I  I Sun-Maid Raisin Grower*.  J JDojw, "N-T.31-*?, Vrtm.a, Cai  I     Please send me copy of your free hook,  I "Recipe* withKaisins."  II torn In,  tiiue rtukaije  I Kami:   I SiRnor '.  I Cm*    I'rovi.ion  Appreciates Gift of Vimy  Canada's Gratitude to France Expressed by House of Commons     ������������������������   "**  By*'formal resolution, the House ol  Commons has expressed its gratitude  to France for the gift to Canada of  250 acres of land on Vimy Ridge whero  a monument ia to be erected comrhem*;  orating tho exploits of Canadian soldiers In the wai*. Leaders of all part-  lea united in the expression of heartfelt -thanks.  It was the purpose ot the Battlefields Memorial Commission to erect  eight monuments, three in Belgium  and flve in France.  "Vimy Itidge stands as one of the  world's - grftut ultras of sacilflce,"  declared Mr. Klnp. 'Tn oddHionj.o  marking the site of' tho great battle.  the -monument would serve ns ivn Indication of the enduring friendship  between the French and tlio Canadian people."  Hon. II. J'. Manion hjio'Uc as ouo  01 thosi) who wu's ut Vimy Jiitlgo on  April "i������. 10.17, and desired as a returned soldier to beAassociated with  1 lio ��������� "I'r-rmler an<l/olhers who had  spoken in tlio.l accept aneo lroni  France of this gilt. No belter siii*  could have been chosen for a monument I'or lhe Oiumdian troops who  fell lu Franco.  T-0 BE OF  SERVICE to "Western  Canadian Tarmcrs and help  lomectthcir  needs:Liis-.securing   competent   ianra  h������Ic   the   Canadian   Pacific   Railway   is  .lirepav-tl- to   -atilize'������������������:-. its   widespread*drg^xuzatiOT  a  n*ai*riber  of  countries. * - ������������������'?'.  The CANADIAN PACIFIC Kail-may *wiil ndw receive smd,-arrange to^-fill  .'ipplications for male and fcrnaie iarm JlielpJp>yibez~,BTmpiied.,. fcom5Gi*eat  Britain, "Uelgiuin, :JdS'j>Ilsfina'| iD^m^^jLS-wstzevlmd -iits^. "f^rjway.'jj *ihv '^*n J, txf  which   countries   the s'CompaJiy-*haa'*re have''farmed  In  iind  are familiar with Western ; Canadian conditions and who axe now in touch  with such rueii and women ready and anxious to come to Canada.  "THES VGOVEii"NM*E--NTS Vf the' cb������ntJri������s ahove' mentioned 'Jiavo expressed  Iheir.Avillinsrnesa to aid-vtho eBoilsration- of thia class* of th'eii" peoples. In  order   to   fill   such    applications   satisfactorily   and   hrin-j?   the   heip   to   the  .'iarmcT'nt the proper time and with "a* clear "anderstanding* of the re<ruire-  liiehts anil oijlijjations off each, a printe������l "Application for Help" form has  been prepai-c<l! whlcli can be obtained from any C.P.R^"'Station Accnt. or  offices   listed  below.  ; 3*ho Contpany will -mak-d. 110 chaffere to the: farmer for this service nor will  itxn farmer h?. .I'-p-quircd to make any c-asli advance whatsoever towards the  ���������travelling expenses of hia help to the nearest railway station' Thc informa-  1ion necesaai-ily asked for in -these application forma, which will be held in  strictest confidence, covers the foUowinsr points:���������tho kind of help required���������  male or female���������married or tmrnnrricd: date reanired and for how, Jonsr;  nationality :desired;;monthly vSiBes���������offered: Hnd of jvprk* 6ffcre������l,'*etc';  "WINNTP-GGl-rT. S. Acheson. General A(rTic*ulbiral Aeent, P.Pi*&  WINNIPEG^-John  Swcctinff,  Industrial   Accnt.  C.P.R.  SASKATOON^���������W-.J J.  Gcrow, l>and A cent. CF.*R.  EDMONTON:���������J. Ktiller. I^tnd^ Aicent^ CP.R.  CAI,GAItY.���������M.  E.   Thornton.   Supt.  Colonization,  CJJl.  VANCOUVER���������E.   3.   Senunena,   Trav.   Industrial ^A*Bent���������   C.P.R.  Department of Colonization and Development  Canadian Pacific Railway  J. S. BKNNTS, ghlef -Commissioner, ASontrs&I.  J  UNLESS you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you  are not getting Aspirin at ^ill  >x~^Z  -I'l  ���������MM 1  Thci iivi-twi hum who   Hvofi   in    ht*  70 yearn old, HpunUa over i3 yc~~rA 0.  liki 11. c 'ilcfjij-nfi.  XV.    2*.    IJ.    \Afs(.  Accept only un "unurokcu package" of' "Bayer Tablets of  Aspirin," which contains directions and dose worked out by  physicians during 22 years and proved safe hy millions for  Colds Headache Rheumatism  Toothache Neuralgia Neuritis  Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain  Handy "flavor" l*������xen of 12 tablets-Also liottle* of M an������l TOO���������DniggfcU.  "���������*       'J J .    . 0,      .       .    v     . 4,   -TV-...-.   \rnriitt-l4-l-*V4v   nt   M������W*-  ���������will, ii.v  nuktiifst*!-   *lih t������������^>r c������������*ei#i iu.k  ...ar-i., %t.~     ������'������> ,r   ..r������>*������*.  asfflb  m  memmmm  msm  SSS&I  MfSA)  !������&s������mssHsa  mmm  mssmm  mm  ~ta~~~~wui  m  iBiiiil ZL^~t^~~M^^i^i^^^~^jL^^^i^^~~~^~^  &������VStt3aBS*tSS~i~~tg!ia!!~~~-  lp~.  t$&  |W*K  S~L'K  WtJ  THE  CRESTON  BEVIEW  .j  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription t *92~SX~. a year in advance.  $3.00 to U.S, points.  O. T?. HA-yR8i Editor and Owner,  ORESTON, B. C., FRIDAY. MAR. 30  would not be granted until the de-  , partment's engineers had surveyed  the -rives* very thoroughly to leans  just to what, extent * reclamation  would he jeopardized.  power company officials will, un-"  doubtedly, hiring every pressure to  bear to have their application for  greater water .privileges granted,  and in that way, possibly,  give us  Would Prevent Drainage  While there may be   no   signifi-ja quicker decision as  to  drainage  cance at al! to the apparent concern  than might  otherwise   have   been  flats drainage,  shown toward fiats drainage, the  view prevails here that much importance should l>e attached to tbis  detail in connection with the refusal of the "Water rights asked for,  "The administration* has always  sponsored a policy that where the  reclamation most industrial and agricultural interests  loss to know [conflict preference shall in all cases  ha given agriculture.   -  Within the past two years much  has been accomplished7.byboth the  provincial and Idaho -authorities to  finally decide whether drainage can  be accomplished,, and st7 what price,  and the alacrity   with   which  Some three years ago   when the  Bossland and Trailinterests showed  their first   open    hostility   toward  Kootenay  Flats  everyone was at -a  what Ia A. Campbell,   head of the  West.   Kootenay   X.ight &   Power  Company, had at the  back of  his  head   in   forcing    the   Associated  Boards of Trade of Eastern B.C. to  modify a   resolution along  oldtime'  lines so as to inform the authorities  at Victoria thai drainage shoulddepartment at Victoria trots out  not be undertaken if "present or Kootenay Flats reclamation oil  future industrial possibilities of the 8Uch anlmportant occasion can at  riyer below Nelson would he therby \ !ea8fc   ^  intrepreted as indicating  the paee.        '-��������� .- .  Salvation Far from Free  endangered."  jLast week, however, Mr. Campbell played the card he had up his  sleeve, and the joker is none other  than an application from the power  company asking the provincial  water authorities to give Mr.  Campbell and his associates power  to increase the capacity of their  plant at Bonnington by works on  the river that will assuredly raise  the level of Kootenay Lake, and  make Kootenay Fiats drainage  quite impossible.  It is very gratifying to learn  from despatches from Victoria that  Hon. T. D. Patuilo, minister of  lands, informed Mr. Campbell that  the further water privileges desired  In connection with last week's  article on 4������li the round desirability  of a united Protestant church in  Creston the Review has been favored  with   several   communications.  To publish them all would be  wearisome, and lest we should be  accused of playing favorites we  have decided to* publish   none   of  Try the Drugstore First  I  aster   Novelties  Anglican Church Services  EASTS SUNDAY, APRIL 1  CRESTON SIRDAR  8 and 11 a.m., 7.9& p.m.        3 p.m.  that the lands department still has  hopes of getting on" with drainage,  and not in the very distant future  mayhap.  - Certainly the idea' - of having  the Kootenay Lake level increased  will not appeal to the Idaho  authorities, and the." international  feature of the question is one that  cannot he ignored.  L<ast year Drainage District No.  1 successfully put some 3000 acres  of Kootenay Flats land near?  Bonners Ferry under cultivation by  the expenditure of a couple of hundred thousand dollars, spent mainly  in dyking effort on  the Kootenay.  Any raising of the lake level  would, in a high :* water season,  completely, ruin their huge investment, and the drainage district  shareholders can be counted upon  to look after themselves.  But there is a silver lining to  every cloud and the bright side to  Vie present- incident   is   that   the  fii>#fivetf:-W������ certainly appreciate  commendation  given our effort in  ���������J- r-'rrfl. .-.*������. *x *"-:-.. :������*-������.'--    ...   ...*'���������    -.*������������������".���������   : * *..    .*  cohheetioM, and the niore gratifying is the appreciation in that  some of ic comes from quarters  wholly unexpected, of being interested in the matter. '. i '-''-J  ���������One of our correspondents ' expresses the* fear that some people  may be under the impression that  the present system is  giving fchetn  PARENTS, don't blame us, but the  Dn���������ks9 Chickens? Rabble and  Chocolate Easter Eggs  will  make  the youngsters  happy  Chocolates of the best quality  Easter Greetings and. Post. Cards  Every Easter requisite is here at the ! right price.  TTIE-OATWAY,  their religion cheap, and the figures  submitted in this connection are at  least interesting.       .*_������������������>������  He has it that the three churches  combined are now raising locally  not less than $2500 for ministers*  salaries, along with another fM������C������  which is given in what is termed  the 'loose -collections," and when to  MaUOrders a  ~S-r~n**~*-~~~M~~w~  Phane Service  Promnt Attention  for lack of fthe gospel whilst Creston needlessly spends its substance  in riotous religion living, and still,  in heathen lands/The harvest truly  is great .and the laborers are few;*'  M������ BWir&toeMi  The Review bespeaika the attendance of all who   like   a. friendly  __  _     .-....,...    glxmm0i00    ~. , ,    ,. game of cards or;adanee-^r both  thisadded an^ *^ which M|__at   ^:M.Monday   night  whist and dance in the Parish Hall  1.  be had at  Teach the Children  Tea-cn yonr children to save the!? money. Stert the  boy with a savings bank account, aad entourage him  by supplementing every fifty eento he saves*, with  aaoihe? fifty from your ������wn poekeft.  JIB nations, large or small, are assured courteous  MzvSee in every branch of this bank.  ��������� *   -       '     *      SM  IMPERIAJL   BAJN1C  C. W. ALLAN,  Ol* CAKABA  GRESTON BRANCH;  Manager.  believes is a reasonable estimate of  the total money raised .by the  three ladies' aid-societies, you get a  grand total of not less than $4500  which- Creston alone; gave in  one way and another for its re-  ligions^instruotion..  Taking these figures to be correct,  and it must tie admitted that they  look reasonable, and assuming that  * the -. right man"iiter Creston could  per ^ann asn*,- wi th  another $500. allow^ for- running  expenses, it will be noted that Creston unnecessarily expended about  $1500 of its own, as well as-taking  about another $1-$00 unnecessarily  from the home .mission societies, to  do work .that one man could the  more effectively do in. eyery direction.  Financially, as *well as spiritually  and socially, Creston's three Protestant houses of worship would seem  to be hot only a poor investment  for local funds, but also an unnecessary menace to tlie ' less favored  humans of the  world   who   perish  for the  benefit of Creston  Valley  Agricultural    Association.       This  year considerable extra revenue will  he required as in 1923 the first pay,  ment falls due in connection  with  the purchase  of the five-acre fair  grounds; whilst in -addition the directors are hoping to  put on a full  two-������atay fair. *    If yora. are not a  card' os������ d&nee enthusiast -you   can  still leiid-Siiahcial aid  by taking a  chance on the sheep that is being  raffied for which a fe>v tickets are  still available at 50 cents each, and  can be had from Managers Allan  and Bennett. of   the   local   banks*  Geo. Johnson   or  the 'Beyiew*  at  which latter place  the lucky ticket  will most likely be had.  COMMENCING April 2nd The Review  will inaugurate a  new policy in connection  with Pay Reading Notices  In the past the plain has been to charge up the nominal half-dollar or six bits  ���������according to length.  So long as payment is made in advance these charges appear to be satisfactory  all round.  But of late there is a tendency, particularly with church organizations, to have  these notices charged, and "duns" mailed.  And, worse still, on more than one occasion we have had to wait three1 months  or more before payment wan made.  The Review hates bookkeeping, but if people insist on having credit in cases  of this sort they must pay for it tn future.  With the issue of April 6th the rule will be to CHARGE DOUBLE  PRICE for all Pay Notices on which accounts have to be mailed  at the end of each month. *  People wiio have occasion to telephone  l*ny Noticew  must settle  for same  before the end of the month.  We again direct attention to the  fact that Saturday, April 7th, is  the last day to have your name  enrolled on the provincial voters  liBt at the usual spring revision.  If you have juBt come 21 years  of age, cr if you are a British subject  and have resided in British Columbia six months, and Creston Valley  one month you are entitled to have  your name on the list. We have  quite a good supply of the necessary  registration forms and no matter  whether you ore Grit, Tory or Progressive we will be pleased to see  that your name gets on. Whilst it  is not expected! there will be an election before the end of the year  one ean never tell, and as there ia  no expense attached to enrollment  all interested should give the mat*  or immediate attention.  i-f^MW^glfr^^Wrti'***"^*'**!***!!*!***  \4mi,imu*^iimm<m0sk  mmm  mum  C2!^2"Ki^Sl,'SL!,l*3Kf!  KOS  That the united church is not  bad one ia well illustrated ot Fernie. Five yoar-a ago that town had  four Protestant churches, not one  of which was able to pay their minister even a "living wage." The  Preaby torians and Methodists figuring they might oa well bang together as they assuredly would  have separately, got togethor and  Btriking- evidence that thoir united  effort has meant something to  that town was given at Christmas  whon two of the town's buoinoan  men turned in their check for  $3000.00 each to help along the  good work. Gifts of this magnitude are not made to unaiirv-waaftil  causes���������at least not in these timee  at Fern to.  Men's Half Soles, f 1.25  Womea'sffltalf Soless#l=������0  Guaranteed for 6 months.  Ail Auradiimts  Bftlnlmwaa prioe ' of  nret-cHaaa  land  , reduced to.ffaa aero; aecoad-ela-Bs t*  now  confined to  ~~~r-  V9S.-S3  ^-"ra-emptlon  _  ���������eyedbutda only.  ��������� Reoords win be granted oovertss only  land sultaJrM fo? ao-rtcuIturaS purposes  a������d which7 la non-timber land.  . ^Partnership preemptions abolished,  but^partiea of mot more than-foar may  .awranigo ..'tax.-. - adjacent. sro-eaantlong  -vMtlt Joint residency but oacb inakfns  naeaasaxy {mprovamnsta on r������^>eoU*ra  Pra-onaptoca arast oocnpy dalnaa for  ���������2*? r<tmr8 aad^ maka UnproT-emantB to  Wku* <>t lip per'ajsrsL tndudlns oSaar- -  tt* and eulttvatttonTof at least 6 aena  . before recotvtna: O^own Orant.  Where pre-emptor In oeenpatlon not  leas than ft jreara. and ~~sm made n*o-  poatlonata lmprovomentg, hemar, ba-  oauae of Ul-health; or other eamaa. ba  granted Intermediate certificate of tm-  . provement and transfer hid claim.  _ Records without pcormanant residence may be buued. provided appli>  ^nt* makes itnproveteenta to extent of  faOO per annum and records same each  year. Failure .to maka improvements  or record same - win operate aa forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained In  *���������*"��������� .tj������w������ B rears, and improvementa  of 910.00 perri acre. Including & acres  cleared and oulUvatod. and roaldenee  of at least * Jreara are required, mt ���������  ^re-emptor holdlns Crown ^rant  may- record another pre-emption, if he  requires ������land In coninnctlon: with hie  farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements mads  an4T residence maintained on Crown  Otranted land.  YJnsurveyed areas*, not ecaoeedinc JO  tfitt m53^..b- lV*& ������? hom������3tes;  title to ba obtained after fulfilling resl-  dentlal and Improvement oonditlona.  area* axeeadlmr HO aerea may be  leased by one person or company.  Kill, /aotory or tadttatrlafaitea oo  timber land not exoewllns   4������ aeraa  VSSLltit^^***"* *o*th**on* Include  ���������payment of stumjiaso.  ~J*~&������!SL~!m* ������rtrtto#������ Inaccessible  by ������xlatlns; roads may bs purohes������d  U upon conat*      "  nabata of oi  conditional upon conatructlon'of a road  porohase  ONANTft  to them.  road, not aatoeadlnaj  prlco, la mado.  PMR.KMPTORt'     PRBK  a. AOT.  , *rhe aoope of thia  lnoludo ar  . with __.  io within'~~~         S^,m ^sr������s^* ���������wr#*,oi!Ltt������ *������������Srof  such person, aa formarly. until one  year altar the oonoluslon of the present  w������^ Thi. nrt^is.. i. atao m&r^.'  du* or  emptlona  ^������^j*������iipUotiaar������  ���������raptlons recorded after June������"l, *^j"  Led. due and bean  "^iiifjssn~  onayo ao-  rL<l^wuv "" own* ptua ainoe Auauat  ���������_taxes on aoldiera* pre-em-oti-oni  Zntaraat on  ^L^/Wament������ t  or oity lota bald by i  Iwoea, or dependent  pre-emptions.  to purchase  jK8ia?Sfc5?������*8������3s*2.  llatmaat te Marob n, l������������Sz ^^  .^U������-1������UIIOMAjUJ^or ONOWN  ProYlaton   mado   for   lasnanee   of  Cfown Hranto to  BUb-purchaaero    ol  nurahasera who failed: 'to*%mSKS  , ^uh^iase prioa due and taxes may  b*   aJstHbuted ^twoportlonately    over  syaUtnatlo  ORAXINO.  Jt% iSS^imJSSTZg-  traalna" districts and ran������������  nlstwatlon   under   Commissioner.  im- ��������� ���������~ ....     . .  erasing- permHs Issued  4 %&  m paawttMWf io wa^wifrnpw   i^rti-ee   ip^si ^% #*������sh  t^.%     m paawttMWf io wa^wifrnpw   t^0%/ttt  mmkm *.!������*������������������. or .partially iiraa,'  tS-5nJ34!Mul  - - - i  oolt-owners    may  for astti4Mf������fc"oampers or traval/ora!'  IllltS  up  r  Y  *v:   1  ,-&te*~~~~*ll~~m~~~.~~>^& -mtUlvlLt,^  ~~~*~r.~~^~v ~,~.~~^~~i^~~v~i.������!iUMiat^Uxii^~  ^^^'^^^������������������rtw^itfift'miter^iitttftitfiiiifiirif^ii^iwi  ^j~i^i~xZx~~U^'~iU~  ~__~~^^~lx~~-0~~r.~t~~_~0,~_~_^.ii^^  i~^~~^~~0~tJi~*^~l,-j  ^~~^^^~~~x~mr~~m~it~x  i^xtm*!***** M~i~~ra~~~^4~l  ���������������^^,.^Ai^-Ml.ak^L //  s*-1  ~~2.  TWE ���������BBS1?OH REVIEW  /  Fob Sau*-*���������Purebred JAncona  roosters*   Arrowsmith "Ranch.  For SaTJE���������Cycle incubator 50-egg  capacity, in fine worfeinpr shape, 96-  Jack fiareaclongh, Creston.  Hatchino Egos--���������Purebred Barred  Bock eggs: $3.2& for setting of 15  eprgs.   J. "W. Vaness, Creston. .  Fob? Sai,b���������Pen ��������� off Barred Rock  Pullete, laying; and two year old  rooster.   J. W. \ aness, Creston.  Did God Foreknew  Bs T. St. EDMONDSON  Eternal God, f come to thee ���������  In faith, and true sincerity;  To clear  my   mind,   where  there   ie  doubt.  As crystal rays reflect the light.  Shoe Repairs  . I have now opened the  store   in   the   PostcHice  Block and,am competent  and ready tb do all kinds  of leather repairs.  LINES, HARNESS and  HARNESS PARTS  turned oat on short notice  See me for low quotations  on new Harness fbr .  Spring.  FREDBENHAM  Estafetlsfee* 1915 ti ������Ib Firing Liae  That I within inay clearer feel  I now befor& thy presence kneel;  Unworthy, yet before5 thy throne.  My one desire 1 here make known.  Twas not a case that 6������d foreknew,  ,For merciful He is, and true.  So tp the J&vr and Gentile race  There is prepared in heaven a place*  Where throngs of angels from God's  throne - -.. .  Have fguitded man, when all alone,  The holy spirit pleads for you.  With pitiable ftroanin-gs. it is true.  Then why or how could you  construe  That you were lost and God foreknew*  Tis said   that  thou  dost  all  things  know,  That happens in tbis world below;  That stars in their immensity  "Were made and ruled���������controlled  thee.  by  Needlework Prizes  1923 Fall Fair  White Leghorns  Barred Rocks _  ISggs from either breed are offered  as follows:  rs. i pss���������mm oi i55^...,.i2u  One thinjj that sssst p^rjpleses me;  If thou dost all thin-ga knira* and see;  If thou didst all things so create.  So pore* so wonderful and great.  And knowst all onr thoughts to be  from time to immortality; -  Then why we creatures, steeped in sin.  So vile without, impure witi.in.  Or why this world of sin and hate  When we were made *o high and great;  When God. by his creative hand.  Designed the man to tall the land.  He gave hint power to ' rule on earth  All things that do increase by birth;  And Hke unto the Go&.of heaven  His image unto man was given.  Bnt in yon Eden's garden fair  Sin cursed and wounded the first pair.  And broi'Sgbt ssnto the SsiSEaan riwe  The sinful seeds that bring disgrace.  Melhsnks a court in heaven was heard  And thus this sinful brach repaired.  "When ail the nations to be born  Might find   redemption   through   hie  Son.  When men forsake the wav of truth  And frssn "their God do keep aloof.  And in their evil course pursue  They argue tbis that God foreknew.  _    tt  And on this argument they live.  Not on repentance and forgive;  When carnal'minds are evil* bent.  And for their sins  will not repent;  But will their evil thus pursue  Tis not a* case that God foreknew.  Nor can yon Him in truth deride  And spear afresh the Master's side.  Below will be found a list of the  articles on which prizes will be given  at Creston's 1923 fall fair. The list is  somewhat shorter than last year, the  committee in. charge haying cut of! a.  number of sections on which prizes  were offered a year ago. but in which  there was no competition. A few  sections have been added, notably that  for out bice work, fe-DC *������i!!ow case  and child's sweater. By lessening the  list it is hoped to be able to pay more  substantial prizes.the directors having  , assured that every possible special  1 prize  will be diverted to the needle-  OC������������WIVU*  JAS. ADLARD  PA1NTSR  WALLPAPER SAMPLES  CREST OS'S  MORTGAGE SALE  Under and by virtue of the powers  contained is a certain" mortgage,  which will be produced at tbe time of  sale, there will be" offered .for sale bv :  Sublfc auction, on Tuesday, the 3rd  ay of April, 1*83$, &t the hour ������ff-otae  thirty o'clock (Standard time) in the  afternoon; at the dwelling house upon  Eot 27 of Lot 893; Group One. known  as Mountain View Ranch, at Creston,  B.C., the following property situate  near Creston, B.C. and more particularly described as Lot 27 of Lot. 891.  Group -One, Kootenay District, Map  -698.  Tbe property will be sold subject to  a reserve bid. Twenty (SKI) per cent of  the purchase; price t*x> be paid in cash  at the time of sale,'and the balance in  accordance with the terms And con  dltions to be made known .at the time  of the sale.  . For further particulars apply to the  undersigned.  Dated at Creston, B.C., the 28th day  of February, 1923.  C. B. GARLAND,  Solicitor for the_Yendor._  -ureston, JfcS.O.  A  PL~AHV a anHAMBISTJU.  QOMGnara wa&K  (Canyon)      BRICKSON P.O.       B.C.  Es there any  in the  riotise?  if  Karger quantities ai special prices.  We guarantee 10 Jiving Chicks from  each setting, and in case of "failure  will give another setting at half price.  ;v- s-tn&srv4-������>>9K������uSj.   r ������������������  -r.V-0  0 -- ���������*  -'.   . ***    rt * 41   it r,.  K^KLEIST, Creston  Ispl Siasge ieigs, 8s. 2095  U.i������teTHIRDTHTJ"H8DAY of  each   month   at    Mercantile  HaUY  Visiting brethren cordi-  * *   ally invited. Z'y^ZZZ'Z  :-        ^    ERIC OL80N W*M.  Carpenter & Cabinet Maker  . Estimates submittedon all  classes of work.  Woitttop, flit Avimi (Boi 35} CresfpB  might see;  That God in heaven has not ordained  A single soul to be declaimed.  I would' climb   by   faith 'to   highest  heaven '  And wlnjthe prize fogjtbe forgiven.  Whssn I say to you,, **OL.wicked tman,    .  For'your foul defeds' 1 will you damn.  If from your wickedness you See  Trryonder cross of Calvary.'  The eviL-that I promised yon  1 cannot, shall not  will not do."  When Nineveh was in dire straits.  Because of .sin within 'its gates.  Here Jonah's voiceTwas heard proclaim  Yet forty days and vou'li be Slain.  This message he had heard from God,  Who'd saly with His anffiicbing rod.  ���������  The men of Nineveh believed  That Jonah's god would hot deceive.  And from the greatest to the least  Wore���������. sackcloth,   both   of  man   and  beast.  And cried   with faith's most earnest  prayer  ���������And found  there.  Handmade nightdress.  " Woman's workdresa, plain.  Buttonholes, six. on garment.  Darning on worn sock,,  Towel; with crochet.  Corset   cover    yoke,   any   kind   of  crochet, not made up.  Collection crochet work, live pieces.  - Pair pillow cases, with crochet.  Sofa cushion, made up.  \  Collection fancy work, five different  kinds. B  "Work apron of colored material.  Man's shirt  U������K-m~~twm\-nitOi   ma***-* rtn������r  Ir-S-wv^ "~  &a?aa*4Ji������aa������*vtv������   m mmg^%.     Nil f    laauvE*  Fancy tea apron, hand made.  Teaoosey -  Fancv pillow case.  Child's Sweater.  Cut lace work.  - Pin eushion.. .  Boys'shirt waist.  , Baby bonnet, hand made.  - Ladies* sweater,   knitted,   in   wool,  with sleeves.  Piece of embroidery.  Piece crochet, any other kind.  It is hoped that the ladies' will-make  use of their spare time for the next  f ew weeks making np articles for this I  year's fair, which promises to be the  best y-^t held due to it coming almost  two weeks earlier than last year and  should thtss increase the display in the  -flower ^ cla������������a<^whih$t ? in- .the- canned  goods sectipp ftnere is quite a few additions to last y^ar!a list of awards.  The Vendor is advised that the  property consists of farming land ap*  proximately 3D acres in extent, and  that there is tfiereon a dwelling house,  *u&*fbi ancs o*ESr������i���������>iis^3. . "jL'&ere is upon  said land severeai hunndred fruit  trees* bearing various varieties of  apples, and also other fruit trees;  besides alfalfa pasture land of approximately nine acres.  This is the first, question that presents itself  to the housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a, m^L Bat why  worry ?  Shamrock Brand  Hams andBason  . Fines t Qaality  0+>   **��������� 9~?   -_B   ������_*"  C~r������~nia~9ja M~~m������  Lonch Meat  are   always  to  be  had  here.    In meats nothing  pro  D  3     9  arc?   iwiamw      uubiuuiwa  ducts.  -^vns*!^  & SO., Ltd.  ^1  The Best Way  DONT risk loss by en/dLosing cstdh  in. your fetters. You will fisid the  Money Otdecs issued by this Bank a  safe and conw*e&ie*n������ way. of paving  your cut-of-towia accouxBts..  aniasae^hiemwidsowtdriayattfaa  14BOC8 aa Poss O^sa or "Bacpveea Os&esu.  WE WEIjODMB 'SOUR BUSTNES8  ssf  God's   mercy   meet   them  Wasted���������Party who can give gilt  edge secarifcy would h&*wfow $1500 at S  percent.    Enquire Review Office. -  HATCHiuaEGas���������Purebred Speckled  Sussex eggs for hatching, $1.25 for  setting ot 13 eggs., Mrs. Stocks, Creston."' ";��������� "    .**  Baby Buggy For Saib���������-ColIapsShle  babv buggy, all rubber.. tvred, good as  new. Can be seen at Mawson Bros,  store. '"���������*- :.-.-'-*. :: *.   _..;.:  Lost���������Between the residences of  Rev. G Knox, and -Percy Hendien, a  black.leather purae conttiining a sum  of n>pney and yjalunWe keeps. Finder  leave same at Rentew Office nnd  receive- reward. . ������������������ "  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  RESERVE FUND -        . $85,000,000  CRESTON BRANCH. C C Bennett Manager.  L  The days are lengthening, and the weather will soon be getting hot!  We have just opened a shipment which includes���������  PINK TROUSEtiAIN  One of Englancl's ohoioe Meroerizod Cottons���������  suitable for: Dresses, Waists or  Dainty Underwear,  i- ' . '-     S   *   *   * .   " , . - r  ENGLISH WASHWELL GINGHAMS  36 inches wide.-In all new designs.  POTTER'S PRINTS  Fast colors.'  PRINTED VOILES  Dress lengths, in a variety of ohoioe patterns and  colorings.  CANADIAN PRINTS  Other new arrivals include Canadian Prints nt  25a, in a variety of colorings, oto.  CAPS For MEN  Several different, but all new, styles.  Hot Air  Steam  Hot Water  Heating  Sheet Metal Work.    A good stock of Pipe -  and Pipe Fittings on hand.  E. W. RY CKM AN,--Creston  i  Nowr im i&m TImm  Murray's   Derby   Shoes  for Men have  also  Belter values are. given than for ycars past.'   All new styles.  COME   AND   SEE   THEM  331  tor Wittier  mm\nvm \rm\>mmmm  We have just the kind of Lumber you need  to do tnis work.  hailding a Brick Chimney  *     at-  We have the Brick!  Also Lime, Cement, Shingles, Lath, Mouldings, Ac.  i  ftammn Hibj  Eiimht������r Rnmnany  WS ftt- Br PR PR RN  wS Rs ��������� Rr Rv Pi PsH( PI  PRW IP      W Pf tS PP W Pf Rr W SI* wW W SB W wM ~m MM a RR RR wm W  Wm^m  ll   fc-HLlt ImSv'W'We* Wk,  LBMB f CD ^tefce*^^  ffifrifofo^rS^  ���������j&a.tztvatzmvm&amiittw^  sagpyggssfflBCttaa  I  I  '"i^^^jpyiEW, {m-EscoN,7;B^7C.  Wretchedness  OF  ���������������!tstlpatieii  Can Be Quickly Overcome by  Purely vegetable���������act sure  and gently on  the liver. Re-,  Ueve bilious*  ness, head.  a ~h.<������_ di-rzl-    ness and indigestion.   They do their  duty.  SS2������S ffSS���������SB^Ml*������se���������SiaaH "Price  They do not glow when blown  out. Their heads do not drop.  They contain no poison. Sxais  won't gnaw them.  yZ  Their added length prevents  scorched fingers when lighting  ranges and lanterns. They give  longer, brighter light In the  darkness.  One gentle stroke ignites them,  Digjeft^nlr a/tid tatft  fc&e Canadian Match Co. Limited, Montreal  aa.  BY ���������  ��������� WILDER  ANTHONY  Canadian    Rights   Arranged    With  Publishers.    h\    D.   Goodchild   Co..  26C  King  St.  "West,  Toronto.   ���������"  {Continued)  Wade nodded.      Ton minutes later  he -was tn tho saddle and headed for  .thf. mountains, just as dusk began to  ���������fall..       The  cool  night--air,    blowing  against   his   face   as   he readied   the  higher-levels, -was delightfully refreshing after  tlie lieac  of the  day.      He  look mi his hat and opened the neck  oi" his -rhirt io ihe "breeze, which revived his energies  Like wine.      He knew  ihat as he felt, so his horse felt, and  ho   -n-a<   glad,   for   the   animal   -would  have ro make a fast, hard trip.      At  the crest of the first hills, before dip-  i>!n^ into the valley, he turned for an   ed the little mare in again.  Ingram in hi* paddle to look backward  n\~-x   IA.~   triiil   toward   the   twinkling  HELP FOR  YOUNG WOMEN  ���������������������������P���������W<Mlt ������������������    !������������������     '    0.0-04  M-t*&.  Holmberg   Tells   How  Lydia EJPinkham's Vegetable  Compound Helped Her  VU~'m������, Alta.��������� "From tho timo I wag  IR y-enrs old I won Ift f������*.t~~~ch fricl-r feelings in the lower part of my_ abdomen,  followed hy crampa and vomiting;. Thia  kept mi. from my work (1 help my par-  entft on tho farm) aa I ufiuaily had to  tfo to bed for the rewt of thc day. Or at  times L would have to walk the floor. I  .suffered in this way until a friend induced mo to try Lydia E. Pinkba-m's  Vegetable Compound. I have had very  satisfactory results bo far and am *eec-  om mend inj? the W#<*tnW*������ Compound to  my fricnOH. i surely am glad i tried  it. for .1 foci like a difrcrcnt person now  that I don't have \h-~H- tr-MiLles."���������  Orn-:LiA. H*or.MnKK������,B<������x Oft,Vikii>#, Alta.  Ijettera like thia establish the merits  of Lydia !���������'. I'mkham^? Vc^jctalde Compound. Thcy tell of tho relief from such  paiimnnd ailments after taking- it.  Lydia R. Ptnkhnm'n Vegetable Com-  *.,<*,������i|r;*i fnnt\f* frnva**'-*..**eri.r.������a������*n.<T 1-><>t**,,/  contains no narcoti������or harmful drunr>r,  and ti>d:iy holrjH thc r-eenrrf of i.������-iri# th**  mo!ttsucccH8ful remedy for ft-mnh*. ilia  \is thin country, and trx>usrm<lH of voluntary Icst.imornalH prove thm fact.  If you doubt that Lydia K.f'inkham'H  V<Wtnl>lc <f'cmptoitn*(l wilt h������"lji you,  write <o the- Lydia M. Pinkham Medicine <.*.., ti'tslstsin-fX. Ontario, for Air*.  Tinltham'h private text-book nnd learn  III, llll  Ul/OlJb   ii.  ���������%������  lights of Crawling \\Tater in the distance below.  Hc had- covered :so*mo five miles of  his journey, to no other sound than  the occasional : note of some bird,  when his quick ears caught the thud  of a horse's-feet-on the trail ahead,  with now and then a sharp clatter as  the animal' slipped .pn the stones.  ;"VV*ade slo^dihis^i&rse; tdjo-vHii to a  walk, and eased his Colt in its holster.  He expected to meet some harmless  wayfarer, but, under" the -circumstances, it was just as well to be prepared for trouble.. Soon, however, he  smiled to himself, for whoever rode  toward him, made too" much noise for  any but a peaceful mission. Tiie  other horse, too. had been slowed  down and the two riders approached  each other with such caution that the  rancher, finally became impdTtient and  pressed forward'a-eckiessly.  Out of the night the stranger came  on, still slowly,*'until. a tarn in the  trail brought them face to face.    -..-.  "Don't shoot!" said a woman's contralto.      "I'm a friend."  "Dorothy!" Wade ejaculated, at  once recognizing the voice, although  he could not sec the girl distinctly in  the darkness. "In Heaven's name,  what are you doing out here?"  'Ts it you, Gordon?" In her relief,  she laughed softly as she pulled her  pony up side of him. "I waS a little  scared for a second or two. I've awfully bad news, I'm, afraid," she added,  immediately serious.      "I've been try-  incr    + <���������>    ^V*F* r$    Mrr*%~ Tf    -mmr^-*-**    + ���������*���������<-*'    +"!*>������������������������������������������     a**** *���������*���������*+������n-> i  ~������**CS      *���������*-������     -AAV* Li     J- VU������ J������      tVCX*C      XrKT     UAI������C     H\J%.K-������  and they, told me j-ou?d gone somewhere."  "Miss Rexhill and I went to call on  you."  "You did? If I'd only known. I've  been clear out to tlie ranch.".  "Is.Santry there?" In his anxiety  he forgot momentarily the loneliness  of her long ride. "They say some of  Jensen's men have been shot up; .and  I'm anxious to find out what Bill  knows."  ...."That's just what���������I want to tell you.  I heard of the Shooting before I left  town. Whoa, Gypsy!" She reined  up her pony, nervously, fori it wouid  not stand still. Wade seized the animal's bridle and quieted It.:.^ "I don't  know if he's there or not/*- tlie girl  'went on. "I couldn't see. The ranch  house is full of men." ;.  "Men? What men" Wade demanded sharplysS --:0-p  "Race Morah's^"crowd. They went  out to arrest Santry. TholSheriff is  with them. I heard parti of it in  town, and that's why I tried to find  you." Wade groaned. "I peeped in  at a window, and when I could see  neither you nor Santry I slipped away  without being seen,and took the old  trail back because it was shorter."  "Lord, what a-mess!" Wade ground  his teeth.. savagely. "Poor old Bill  was all; alone there and iiiey must  have surprised-him. But "Ji don't see  why Barker didn't, mention Hhe posse  . jvhen Tie told me of the shooting?"  "He didn't know of it, probably.  They left town very quietly. r happened to be out back of the house and  I heard one of them talking as they  rode by."  "Good Lord!" Wade's head dropped. VI told Bill to stay at the ranch,  and he promised me   ..."  "I don't believe he shot Jensen at  all," Dorothy declared, with spirit.  "Yes, it was Jensen himself and one  of his herders. Both in the back���������  killed."  "Bill Santry never shot any man in  the back," Wade declared, in a relieved tone. "If you're sure of the facts,  Santry will come clear all right."  "It's just a devilish scheme of Mor-  an's, that's all, to put it on you and  Santry. I'm sure it is. He hates  you both.     Whoa, Gypsy!"   She rein-  "No, it's  all right, Gordon. I can manage  her," she remonstrated, as he reached  lor the bridle once more.  "So that's their game, eh? y By  Heaven, I more than half believe  you're right." His face grew ugly  with rage. "Dorothy," he continued  grimly, "thanks ore useless. You're  a brick, that's all. Do one thing more  for us, will you?"  "Anything," she replied simply, hev  eyes shining with devotion to him,  but he was too overwrought to read  them in thc darkness.  "When you get back to town get  word /to some of the men for! me.  You may meet them' on the way out,  St' noL they'll bo around the barn.'Tell  them io meet, nie ut the big nlnd; an  the old trail."  His horse had grown restless and  now he allowed il. to have tis head;  ho w.'ih moving past her when Bhe  chitehed Til a arm.  "Gordon!" .      ,    ���������..  She loved him dearly, loo dearly to  let him know how well until he should  speak, If he ever did Kjvealc; but above  them -wan the starlit sky and over  ih������*m holered the wondrous* wplrl't of  the Western night. IIcr inline wa������  healing, loo. to the call of danger, nnd  'ltHplic iiie control which Bho had ovcr  bi-r nervcM, ;*'ho wat*** Juf;,t. a hit liyntorl-  en I bervenih Ibe Hnrfaee. filu*) knew  thai, ahead of him watt a Utile army  of liO;-t||e men, and already that day  iv.-n rien had been hilled. So, .tre-mii*  loU:*l.������, j-Jjc! L-i-M *... In \il~: i leevd, Uhlil  P..i    -   <���������'���������;���������. ii  3(1/.i.  '"vVlmi are you goIriAT to do? y<iii  citii't iiu anything alone agalnr-l no  j/f-iri). Thcy may hill you."  ! fl������T i<7'rri|<a������hy wim v������������ry ������W<'������t lo  '���������'m :iii4 tit- v,".irii*.y Hfiuci'/ed the HMh1  h.-ii.d  Mhleh   dad   be|i|  blui  ba<:U.  -irai/l, Utile glri," Im  I   i hall   ������*..(I   H'-l   hill I  "Wait until the others come, won't  you?"  "Surely," he answered readily,  touched by the anxiety in her voice.  "I'm going to look around���������just as you  did���������on the quiet. You wouldn't hold  me back, where you went in, now"  would 3rou?"  "No-!" She smiled a little into,  his face.  "That's the stuff! Then I'm coming back to the big pine, and you'll  send the boys there. They'll not put  Santry in jail if we can prevent them.  They've played their last card tonight.      It's war from now on."  #" v������iwl7^.B*nl yoa can Promote ���������  Beep ronr*CyeB Clean. Clear and ncalt&r*  Write for Pree Eye CanHBaok.  KtDrU������Crt8tMdYCcMOCtilOU������filrMttCUMB������  "All right, Cordon, I'll go." Her  voice was full of courage again; the  moment of weakness had passed. "Remember now, take good care of yourself."  "You bet," hc retorted cheerily, and  as her mare moved ahead, he caught  her arm as she had caught his. She  went quite limp 2n her saddle ahd  swayed toward him, but* he merely  added: "You're a wonder, Dorothy."  He released her then, and with a  wave of her hand she disappeared into  the night. Not until she-was beyond  recall did he realize that he might  have, kissed her, that she had wanted  him to kiss her, for the first time  since they had known each other. He  sat in abstraction for several moments  before he shook the reins in his hand  and his horse sprang forward.  "I've kissed ono girl to-day," he muttered aloud, "and 1 reckon that's  enough."  (To be continued)  Men Jvlust Obey Women  Among the Tauregs of Tripoli, by  all Tthe lawsiof "the;gcountry, thb men  have to obey the women. Descent is  traced through the mother, and the  men.go veiled,' ������������������ '-?.?yyi  ���������"WU1 relieve Coughs and!  toldaamong horses and!  ..   ,   . ...   mules with most satis-1  Ifaotory results. . "For thirty yeara]  I''Spohn's" bas been the standard rem-i  hcly for Distemper, Influenza, PJnk "Eye,  ICntarrhal Fever, Heaves and "Worms,!  ��������� excellent for "Dtstemper and "VVormsJ  [among does. Sold at all drug* stores.  i5PlO.H.W.;M:������W.GALCQ..-^^  ..' e :i 'i  ^*&2S.  ������cr  isc-  ^J-t ������>  rtVi  '^VS*!  H������  ������f  ***ri  , smt  IKf-MO-x,  \\  ^  'Gat  *u<i  ttimggam  SfSffiSfj  ret yoiir vi taamiiis  m 9>et^. Mf 4Mp*Mr   ^^t>m������W4'jm  "Ih'H'i   ).ii\\   be  iltt   I'Clcb'l l.v.  I fan belp II."  Vitamin and mineral elements arc  part ol tho splendid nutriment  which Nature stores in the field  grains ior nourishing and vitalizing  the human hody.  Grape-Nuts, made Irom wheat  and malted barley, has for over  twenty five years supplied vitamin  and erther elements neee������������j������ry for  perfect nutrit inn.  There's a criapness and flavor  that delight the taste���������and there's  natural health ��������� building goodnecs  that makes Grape-NUts with cream  or milk a complete food���������and wonderfully delicious!  Grape-Nuts is truly economical  because a amall quantity provide**  unusual nourishment.  ��������� ij^t  Grape-Nuts  Sold by grocers everywhere!  M*dc hy -Canadian Postum, Cereal Company, "Limited  4S Front Street. B., Toronto  factory*   Wi������d*or,  Ontario  FOR HEALTH  4*There*& a Reason*  M i n n c (i 'a   I. i rv i rt) e i > t.  ) .Ltlr  ���������Tor  F.illin(|  Out  of | THE   BEVIEW,   CRESTON,   Bs    C.  //  RiCHJN^rTMfalNES  M������R������l^*^l^i������E'iBD:  WORLD HAPPfNINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  "Information reaching, the "Labor  ^Department," said Hon. James Mur-  j dock. Minister of Labor, ''does "hot  J suggest tho need ot' mora Mechanics  *^ for the Dominion at large."  > The sura of $23,000, the residue from  ithe Knights ol' Columbus-"Army Hut"  * funds during tlie war, will be used in  ,* hospitable   work   for  veterans   whose  Illness is of such a nature as to put  them-outside statutes.  The   Government   at   Vladisvostock  has stopped tiie "deportation pf "white"  officers and soldiers to Russia as are-  7 suit    of-,   the    aroused public opinion  against the alleged mistreatment of  - large numbers ofTdeportees.  f   Capital Invested "in printing trades  In Canada; in 1920, according to a rectum issued by the Bureau of Statistics,  Ottawa, was  ? 76,610,961.    S alar -  les paid totalled ������.13,169,097 aud -wages,  |$24,952.09Q.  <Z  The first Indian woman to qual-M'y as  Z& barrister, is Miss Mithain.'-.'Tata. She  ZlB a B.A. of Bombay "Dniversity, and  hh, Parsee girl .who went to London in  7*1919 to further the cause of the fran-  ���������jchise of* Indian, women. She hopes to  ^jbe able to plead at the Indian" Bar.  f  New regulations   far  the   Canadian  "IMaval Reserve provide for a force of  500 officers aud'men.     The enrolment  'will be for five cdnsecutive "years, witli  ie-en.rolment for similar terms up tp  $5 years.     The age limits are from 18  fo 35 for first entry,.  IttJN-IW>WN, NERVOUS ?  We������k  Women   am   Find  tho   Help  v;*-*TI������ejrNeee!-': '���������  St. Thomas, .Ont.���������"Dr. Plerco's  ���������Favorite Prescription is a grand  .;,,,������������������ ���������������������������'.medlcln*- for  -Women whp are  at all;".; -nervous,  "weak or run-down,  or who suffer with  womanly ailments.  I hav** not only  taken lt myself  ������ind been greatly  benefited but I  ir have known, of  ' inany others who  havo been benefited, and In no  caso hay������ I over heard one word of  condemnation against Dr. Pierce's  Favorite Prescription, but always  praise."���������Mrs. Sarah Burke, 103  Scott St,  Tho use of Dr. Pierco'a Far or I to  Prescription makes women happy  by making them healthy. A great  many w$men In ������very part of Canada  owe their good health of today to this  famous Prescription.  HAVE YOU STOMACH TROUBLE?  This. Woman Had Suffered Great Dis-  ���������**'    tress and Gives Hor Experience  k Dundallt, Ont.���������"I am only too glad  to tell what Dr^ Pierce's Golden  Medical Discovery has done for mo.  I doctored three months and got no  relief but, thanks to Dr. Pierce's  modle-ln������, I found'a euro at-last. I  iwlll recommend It to any poor suf-  1-eror with ulcerated stomach nnd  mouth. When I Htarted taking the  'Discovery'-1 weighed 03 pounds; now  I weigh 119. No other medicine for  mo."���������Mra. Malcolm McLaren.  You can quickly put yourself ln  A'l condition by going to your drug-  gist and obtaining Dr. Pierce's  Golden Medical Discovery In tablets  or liquid; or send 10c'to Dr. Pierce's  Laboratory ln Rrldgebnrg, Ont., for  trial pkg. and wrlLe for free* un-udlcul  art vice.  Rheumatic Pains  Are relieved in a lew days by  taking 30 drops ol Mother Seigel's  Syrup after meals and on retiring.  It dissolves the lime and acid  accumulation in the tnuscle* and  joints so thc*e deposits can be  expelled, thus relieving pain and  ���������orenem. Seiael'a Syrup, also-  known ns "Extract of Roots,"  contain* no dope nor nt!i������r Mronpf  drugs to kill or mnak the pain or  sheumalism or lumbago: it fc-  moves lhe cause. SOc. and 91.00  bottles at druggist*. n  Voyage of. Adventure  Schooner   Fitted   Out   For   Scientific  Research    Will    gall     From  London -  A 2,000-ton schooner Is being fitted  out for a ten months voyage of adventure and research in little kno-wn.parts  of the -worid, by the Scientific Expeditionary Research Association, an English Association of scientists of alt  classes. The vessel - probably -will  sail from London in July. She ���������will  take 50 passengers, and , already the  applications are in excess of this number.  From Londtm the tentative route Is  to thc Canary Island, Isthmus of  Panama. Galapagos Islands?"'Easter  IslancL then westward to a series of  islands within the tropics, and back  through the Panama Canal. **' ��������� Z  GENERAL DEBILITY        1  FOLLOWS INFLUENZA  The After Effects Often More Serious  Than the Disease Itsfetf ��������� 'i  No reasonable precaution to avert  an attack of influenza should be spared. The disease itself often proves  fatal and its after effects among those  who are spared, make the life of the  victim one'of almost constant misery.  Ask almost any; of; those fho have  been attacked* by this trouble what  their present condition of health Is  and most of them will answer: "Since  I had the influenza I have never been  fully well." This trouble leaves behind it a persistent weakness of the-  limbs, shortness of breath, bad digestion, palpitation of the heart and a  tired feeling after even slight exertion. This Is due to the thin-blooded  conditio*^ in which, the patient^ is left  after* tHe fever and'^Mfluenza have  subsided. , This condition will continue until the blood is built tip again,  and for building up the blood and  strengthening the nerves nothing can  equal a fair treatment with Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. The. value ofi$fchis  medicine in cases of this kind is shown  by the statement of Mr. Edward J.  McGulre, Pembroke, Ont., who says:���������  "In the fall of 1918 I was attacked  with the influenza���������and not in a mild  form either; I was confined to my  room for three weeks, and althpugh  the influenza subsided I did not regain my health. As a matter of fact  I seemed to be growing weaker. I  had no appetite, was subject to, fainting spells and my feet aiid'ahkles were  badly swollen. The doctor told me  that my condition had developed into  a seri-Sus case of anaeriaia, and ! although I was under his care for over  two months I was not Improving in  any way. At this stage one of my  friends advised me to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. I was lodtlitto do  so, as I began to think myiease hopeless. However, I was ^finally persuaded to try them, and by the time I liad  used two boxes there was no doubt  they were helping me. " I continued  taking the pills until I had used a dozen boxes, when I found that every  symptom of the trouble had left me  and I was again enjoying the best of  health. I returned to my work and  have ever since been in good health  and feel that I owe It entirely to Dr.-  Williams' Pink Pills. I think that  anyone who Is suffering from the aFl���������ir  effects of influenza; or any form of  anaemia, should givo this medicine a  fair trial."  You can get Dr. Williams* Pink  Pills through any dealer in medicine,  or������^y mail at 50 cents a box or six  boxes for $2.50 from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  ��������������������������� '"��������� ��������� % ,  Build "Russian Navy  The workers of Soviet Russia have  pledged themselves to bring tho navy  to a state of efficiency equal to that  of the army, and In some cases they  have agreed to furnish funds for ship  construction. Another result of the  week's campaign In behalf of the  Russian navy lias been the enlist-  ment of more than 2,000 men for tho  naval service. *     .  T^flTHES-PUSUflES  ll-BJ  Wild Boars Plague to Ranchers  From the few hogs that were freed  on the Island of Santa Cruz in 1547  liave coins ������. ra.C6 of ici'-ocio-tis wild  boars, which have lost every trace of  their domesticity. They mature enormous tusks, bristles liko wire, have  long hoofs and can run like deer. They  are a plague to the ranchers of the  island, eating .their garden stufE and  gorging young stock. \  HUSBAND DIDN'T DARE  LEAVE HER ALONE  HEART WAS SO BAD  - "iy, '������������������������������������ Zp" .  Those feelings of faintness, those  dizzy spells," the all-gone sinking sensations- which come on from time, to  time -indicate a weakened condition  of the heart and a disordered state of  the nerves. ,  MDLBURIfS  HEART AND NERVE PILLS  have no equal as a remedy to strengthen the heart; 7 invigorate the nerves  and build up the run-down system.  Mrs.: C. Vahhorn, Eckville, Alta.,  writes'.-^-"About a year ago I had  heart trouble. My husband didn't  dare leave me alone, and often had to  stay up at night with me. I would  just feel kind of faint and my heart  (would seem to stop beating. -.. I would  just faint away, and it would sometimes be an hour before they could  bring me back to life. Someone told  me about Miiburn's Heart and Nerve  Pills. I got three boxes; I took them"  and felt much better, so continued  all. Winter, and now I never feel any;  such-falntness. I surely do appreciate;  the good they have done for me."  Price 50c a box at all dealers orj  mailed direct on receipt of price by  The T. Milburn Co. -.Limited. Toronto,  Ont. Zi  ;:ft  HouseLold. Hints  Valuable    Recipes    For    the    Busy  Housewife  Filling  3 eggs; ^o lemon (juice and rind).  3/������ cup sugar, % cup clw>pped al:  monds.  % cup chopped,Sun-Maid raisip������.  Stir yolks with sugar, add raisins,  almonds and lemon. - Beat whites to  a froth, foid into mixture and fill in  dough like pie filling.'' When baked  and cooled cut into small cubes.  Cocoanut Balls  1 tablespoon condensed -milk;  IM cups shredded cocoanut V,i  pound).'  4 tablespoons Sun-Maid raisins.  8 tablespoons walnut meats <*/������  pound in shell).  Put the condensed milk into a small  bowl and stir in a cupful of the cocoa-  nut, which should be chopped, the raisins, which have heen ground and  chopped, nut meats. Shape into balls  the size of marbles, roll In the remaining cocoanut. Honey may be substituted for the condensed milk.  ���������nmmtiiHiiiii aiin4ii)-niiiniiii)i  PUT STOMACH IN  ORDER AT ONCE  f  *  t������IIH  Pape's      Diapepsin"     for  Gas, Indigestion or  Sour Stomach  ttt,.*...*.**.tv.t..������.*.,,.  ., n* *,,������.,**.,  '������������������/  Eskimos Have* Strong. Teeth.  Owing to the pure cold air thej^  breathe, and to' tho constant exerf  clse.,whlch''-^m-3.:*a-nd Jaw.get-fniOhew^  ingblubber, sealskin and' so on;���������'���������issldg  mos have very, strong teeth. Such a  thing as a cavity or any form of tooth-*  ache is unknown.  Minard's       Liniment,      Lumberman's  Friend  Forme* Dean Dead  Dr. B. E. Fernow, former Dean of  the Faculty of Forestry, University of  Toronto, and at one time connected  with the chief division of forestry,  TJnited States Department of Agriculture, died at Toronto, aged 72.  "COLD IN THE HEAD"  i~ nn acute attack *ol Nasal Catarrh.  Those subject to frequent "colds -In Mil  head" will hnd thnt the tue ol HALL'S  CATARRH MEDICINE will build up tho  System and render them les������ liable -to colds.  JRepeaie.l attacks ot Acute Catarrh may lead  to   Chrome   Catairli.  HALL'S CATARRH MEtTlClNK J a talc-  en mtfrwully and nets tlirouah the Blood on  the M ucous nuriaceo of the Syotem, thus rs-  eucuitf ihe inflammation nn<l assisting Nuturt  in restorms nornml conditions.  All  Urutfffian,       Circulara  lice.  I*. J.  Cheney  ft  Co., Toledo, Uhlo.  *V.    N.  31 GO  Columbus Called  to thc Bar  t    Descendant   of    Famouo   Chriotopher  Columbuo  Becomes  a   British  Lawyer  Dr.*C, J, Columbus, direct de������cend-  uiu oi" Cimstoidier Columbus, Uuh been  called to tho. KukIIhIi bar in Hi������ middle  temido. Tlie doctor is n dcacondant  of DIcbo, son of Christopher. Tho  doctor belli--; horn nt Malta In n Bttt-  IhU Huhjftct. 3te Kttulted law In tho  middle temple in tho oilice of I>.  Cunipb.-U Lee, nn American barrlster  M-actlslni; 1ft Knp:1nuilf t\rsA hii<-\  Hi>eclnllKf:d In Interntttiomil law.  5.xEfiwaa, JLtl������,S{LElQJUIS iffl^lBT  Kept So By Cuticura  At night touch spots of dandruff  and itching with Cuticura Ointment.  Next rooming shampoo with a ouda  of Cuticura Soap and hot water.  Rinse with tepid water. Keen your  scalp clean nnd healthy and "our  hair will be luxuriant.  R*������li������aSr. fl!������t������B������i������>"-*S������nJKfte. TVIm-MMc Sold  throughout theDom inion. CunadinnDepot:  !*r*������iM, I.ImI|������*J, S44 St. Paal St., W., Maatrtal.  BOS'" Cuticura Soap ���������lnv������������ -without muo.  g Ringbone?  "I bfniRhl. ii. "horno with rlit/j-  liom> for *K!t0. i'mul $t Vi>r(li oC  Mliiurd'M Ulniuu'tit on li'in aail  invlil him ioi- $H.*>. l'rolkt ou  lAnlmont, $54. Molno l-toronno,  Molol Kf><Mier, F>t. l'hUHjto, (.jtw?.  Minard's  liitiimcnt  T1io  3tnble ��������� Stand-by  Instantly! Stomach corrected! You  never feel the slightest distress "from  Indigestion or a sour, acid, gasay  stomach, after you eat a tablet of  "Pape's Diapepsin." The moment it  reaches the stoinach all sourness, flatulence, heartburn, gases, palpitation  and pain disappear. Druggists guarantee each package to correct digestion ' at once. End your stomach  trouble for a few cents.  Calgary Stampede  A stampede in which ail Alberta will  take part will be held in Calgary early  in July, the first week of the annual  exhibition. Guy Weadlck will take  chargo of .,the arrangements for the  old-time western rodeo.  Dye Blouse  Or  Baby's Coat In  Diamond Dyes  "Diamond Dyes" add years of wear  to worn, faded skirts, waists, coats,  stockings, sweaters, coverings, hangings, draperies, everything. Every  package contains directions so simple  any woman can put new, rich, fadeless color into her worn garments or  draperies even if she has never dyed  before. Just buy Diamond Dyes���������no  other kind���������then your material will  come out right, because Diamond Dyes  are guaranteed not to streak, spot,  fade, or run. Tell your druggist  whether the material you wish to dye  la wool or silk, or whether lt is linen,  cotton or mixed goods.  Beauty attracts us, wit charms ua  but kindness of heart holds us.���������  Youth's Companion.  Minard's    Liniment   for   Aches   and  Palna  A Japanese is accustomed to place a  flower in his room not as an ornament,  but as a companion.  ^4.������*K>4HI*>������0������H.>������������HtM*ltM������������H������^>t*H.������*HM>1hH������������* *  "Cascarets" 10c I  For   Sluggish   Liver  or  Constipated  Bowels  -t~..*t*4*������.l.*0v.*t+**s-..-l.x*-*-������taa.xx..*+ta+** 000*04*44*1  Clean your bowels I      Poel flue!  Whon you lee! sick, dizzy j ups������t,  when your head la dull or aching, or  your stomach is sour or gassy, juat  tako ono or two Cascarets to relieve  constipation; No griping���������nicest  laxative-cathartic on earth for grown*  ups and children. 10c a box. Taate  like- candy.  Horse Hae Long Swim  How long can a horso swim'.' A  BokIoii runaway plunged Otroii^h  an op on drawbridge at tlio mouth  of vthc Chariot; Illver and apent  Ilihiy-Hlx hours somewh-ero under  tho network of pte*ru and bridges  but finally appeared headinl for Lhc  oji-en oceiiN stnd at til awlmmEne  stoutly. Jfo woh thon caught and  roHcuod,     ThouKh   ho   contracted   :t  tinJ^lit.    jOVt:1.'     fi'Olll    ll!..    l-tKiiJ,    I������W<4UI* 1 ^k>*'������������  In tin* cold water hr- rocov^rod.  WOULD LIE  AWAKE HOUR  TER HOUR  Tanlac  Brought   Mrs,  Stewart  Relief  Just As She Was About To Go  To Hospital  "For four years beforo 1 took Tanlac I never knew what it was to have  a  well  day," recently declared  Mrsr  Mary   Stewart,   North  Albert   Street,  Regina, Sask.  "It all resulted from a spell of the  *IPlu,* vrhieh. left ma almost a nervous  and physical wreck. A good night's  rest I rarely -ever had and many ts.  night I could not close ������my eyes in  sleep at all. I felt so tired and worn  out all the time I simply dragged myself through'the day. To tell tho  truth I was so weak and nervous I  couldn't pour a cup of tea or dip up a  spoonful of^sugar without spilling it.  "I lost thirty pounds in weight and  felt so miserable I had about made up  my mind to give up and go to the hos-  pitaL I also had xheumatisiu all over  iny body and my/ legs pained me so  bad at times F could-liardly walk.  Since taking Tanlac rny troubles are  gone and I* have regained twelve  pounds of my lost "welghi. I eat and  sleep like a child and feel fine. I  just think Tanlac the grandest medicine on earth." -.[iy,  Tanlac is for sale]!*t>y all good druggists.     Over 35-miliihn bottles' sold.  Comics In Chemistry  TW   C?  J<Ttrk������l*  -Jo  ^rt0t^,,  M-rx-. xS- "*n '.    va.xxvxx. IO  AK#C7 -  Student.-  ���������on. ��������� ������������������ i-v  'A place to play hockey  If your baby ������$  not gaining,  he needs this  nourishing^  B digestible milk.  >EAfiLE:BRAND  CONDENSEO M.rtX  FREE BABY BOOKS  ���������Write to Th.e Borden Co.  Limited, Montreal, for  two Baby -Welfare Boohs.  MONEY ORDERS  Send   a   Dominion   Express   Money   Order.  They  are payable ererywhere. y  HELP WANTED  SELL US YOUR SPARE TIM E. YOU  can earn Fifteen to Fifty Dollars  Weekly writing showcards at, home.  No canvassing. Pleasant, profitable profession, easily, quickly  learned by our simple graphic block  system. Artistic ability unnecf������3.  sary. We instruct you and supply  you work. Wilson Methods. Ltd.,  Dept. 99. Toronto. Canada.  INVENTORS-  <���������-   ' ,        V    '  r-- ii i ii i um   u i. i I., ' .i.i i  Manufacturers always consider good In.  ventlons. Fortunes are made from New  Ideas to suit modern times. Send for  Free List of Ideas and circulars.  THE RAMSAY COMPANY  Patent Attorneys  273 BANK STREET    -    OTTAWA, ONT.  You are not  expo rlment-  (Ing when  rou use Dr.  Chase's Ointment for Eczema, nnd Skin Irritations. IE relieves At onco and gradually heals tho skin. Sample box Dr.  Chaso's ointment *re������ II ��������� you mention this  paper nnd send 2co.ta.mji for postage, eoc a  dox; all dealers or ' E<taianson4 "Bates & Co.,  limited. Toronto.  ������GZEMA  America's  Pioneer  XL-ou ItciiuHJliaa  rsooic on  DOO   *DISEASK3  and   How   to   Food  Mailed ��������� Fres   to uny  Address by tho  Autltor  H.   CLAY   Q-LOVEU  CO..  INC..  12D   West   Jlth   St..  N*w   I'-oik.   U.S.A.  INVENTIONS,  to������*t4#iUtattnttftttl+mt* wsritad by M*������ouf*������e.  turmr*. JWimn haw* btmn m**d������ from ���������Impl*  Utmt.  "fmttttt rrotacibm" b������������Lli( db iiquiit.  f|AHOLD  C. OHIPMAN e������ CO.1  FMmn hiii)uxiM~_  ~m������m\mm\mmm^!X-~~m  831.   t-/.tZ~_   ������T������E������.T  OITAWTA. CANADA.  Cook*a Cotton Koot CompaunS.  A ���������*!/*. rtUahU r-eutatitsa  mettle fit*.    Bk)1<1 In.   ihr.t, de-  er������M tt~ atretiKth���������No.   I.*lt  Ko. ������. |������c N*. a. ��������������� iM.ri,;*.  RcIiS hy 11.(8 drufgula, cr ~~i~%  ������tttp*id an   rte-lpV  of   i.rlc������,  Pr������������     *|������������raphtat,        A<Mrr������������:  ��������� **��������������������� W<M*v.ir4 t~~a~.tl>������i.tttt~ CO4  TCtaaio, ������������r. {tttrntstt musttj  rS  ~nii>ivmami  m  wm*m*m~wm  msm aaaBSffliggspKu&g^  jljouS   uKri������T*U-w   ~tSr~eiv~u~tX-t  Vic. Mawson is a visitor -with Nt*lson  friends a few days this week.  The Get TogethefCIub will haye a  silver tea afc fche home of Mrs. Henderson on Saturday, April 7th. from 3 fco  5 p.m.  Ranch Fob Rent���������Twenty-acre  ranch for rent or sell,' close to Creston,  Apply David Scott, - Long Coulee,  Alberta. ���������  GosmipKtan Room  Between Walmsley's Office and  Grand Theatre  Board & Room, iter month $35.00  Room only, month���������8.00 & 10.00  Breakfast��������� ���������25c.  Dinner-  35c.  Supper. 35c.  tf&sdas3������S MfiftUEL & SPARKS, Props.  Ar  Pianoforte, Organ and  Singing Lessons  ARTHUR COLLIS, Crtsston  Local and Personal  P.O. Bm*76  CRESTON  BAKERY  and  TEA ROOM  MOIR'S and NEILSON*S  CHOCOLATES  Saturday Specials  Cream Bane  Co ffiee Rings  SATURDAY and  MONDAY SPECIAL  Here we are again I  per PACKAGE  L-Jb  Wanted-Contractor   to haul-6000  ties by piece.    G. J. Bayle, Oreston.  Foi*    Sale���������Mare,    6  weighs about 1300  lbs.  Creston.  years    old,  K. Andrew  weeks*    old  Geo.   Davie,  Sinifii   IllIU I if Eli 0   Prlcss  Pigs   Fob   Sale���������Six  April 16th.    $10 each.  Canyon.  For Sale���������Power spraying outfit  with or without truck. W. Searle,  Canyon.  -��������������������������������� - "   .  For   Sale���������Six     Collie   pups',   fine  cattle   dogs,  4|2    each.     Saw   Moon,  Wynndel.  For Sale���������20������-egg Peerless incubator, in good shape. $15. Sam Moon,  Wynndel.  baled  Hay For Sale���������Quantity of  hav,   prit-e   right.     Apply   C.  Reclamation Farm.  juc*r4.*a-.  The youngsters will bc home  from school all next; week  and for satisfying nnd inexpensive "piecing" there ia  nothing better than these  w-etl-Jk-nowtti cream ������ad.'ir,.  Useful, too, in many other ways,  too, and at this price gener-  ouh liuyiu������ ih fi.ta.gge.sted.  MAWSON  For Sale���������Foid car. in good shape,  going cheap. G. E. Messenger. Canyon <Erickson P.O.)    ."  White Wyandotte EJggs, "from, pedigree cockerel^ $1.25 -for setting of 14*  -F. W. Ash, Creston.  ; Postmaster Gibbs ib a flu victim this  week, having been forced to quit work  on Saturday morning. .:  ^S. T. Evans of Kevelstoke arrived  on Tuesday for a few days'" visit with  Mr. and Mre. Edmondson.  Senator Dunlap and Van San Strawberry Plants, gnaranteed, free from  weevil.   Monrad Wigen, Wynndel. ,  Miss Smithers of Regina, Sask., arrived on Friday for a month's visit  with Mr. and  Mrs. Jas. Chearington.  Al. Lidgate fis combining -business  and pleasure on a *week?s trip to  Seattle this week.   He left on Sunday.  W. J. Truscott is combining business with pleasure on a two weeks'  trip to Vancouver, leaving on .Thurs-'  day last.  Remember you have -fust about another week to get your name on the  voters list. You can enroll 'at fche Review office up till April 7th.  With the departure of Const.. Clark  it is expected the local B.C.M.P. detachment will constst of Corp. Smitti  only for the next few months at least.  Potjltky Fanciers^���������White Xeg-  horn eggs.for batching from a heavy  saying strain, $1 per setting of 15 eggs.  Babv chicks later. Mrs. ^earmouth.  Canyon. '   /  Miss Lillian Cherrington-returned  on Thursday . from Regina, .Sask.,  where she has., been - visiting with  relatives and friends "the " past eight  months.  White Wyandotte hatching eggs for  sale, from heavy laying winter pens  caiefully mated. $1.*50 per setting, or  $8 per 100. Mrs. C. A. Clark, Box S3.  Vulcan. Alta.  The sale of Mountain View Ranch  by auction takes place oh Tuesday  afternoon, at ranch. There is thirty  acres in the place which will be sold  at an upset price. -  Mrs. R. L. Finlayson and son, Gordon, who have spent the- past three  months with her parents at Wolsley,  Sask., returned fco Creston the latter  part of the week.  Tenders for the repair of Christ  Church, Creston, will be received hy  Rev. H. Varley at the vicarage, from  whom particular can be obtained.  Tenders close April 7th.  Real spring weather hns obtained  since Sunday, and the spell of steady  sunshine is rapidly drying up fche  country roads. It was aa warm us 55  in the shade on Tuesday.  Tho Union is now operating its flour  and feed department on a strictly ensh  basis. This was about fche first official  transaction of the new board of  directors who took charge a week ago;  Rev. J. H. White of Vancouver,  B.C., superintendent of Methodist)  missions, will be the preacher at fche  united Methodist-Presbytorian service  at thf* latter church on Sunday ovo  ning.  Thp Quist place below tho hill hae  been leased leased for a term of two  years by Mr. Phillips,* the government  telephone lineman, who will in future  make his home in Creston in place of  Nelson.  Saturday's ������h������w at the Gi and promises a great night of entertainment,  There ure two font urea:   Harold Llovd  -in tbc fi.hrt'c-ref'3 comc-dy "lU-vi-r  Weaken," and H^rbftrfc Rawllnson in  **Thct Mnn Undw Cover."  --.tutihiiu-iH. and floor ollnloths aro  needed In .ivpry home. They aro  sanitary arid -eaftfly kept cliaan. Attractive and Inexpenftive, "Von can  seoitre your preferred pattern from our  mUH-iU, in tvuet t~tn\ fruit-yawl width**,.  i..   A.  Hpferw.  8 Mrs. Mallandaine returned on  Thursday last from Vancouyer where  she has been for the past month during the illness an*! death of her sister,  Mrs. Westwood, who passed' away  about- two -weeks ago.  The ISaster Sunday services at  Christ Church will be at 8 and 11 a.m..  at bath-nf which there will be celebrations of.Holy Communion, and evensong afc 7.801 Rev. Mr. Varley will  give Sirdar a 3 o'clock service Easter  Sunday afternoon.  When you are getting ready for  spring work remember that-Fred Ben-  ham can' outfit yon with lines, harness  parts,"harness or anything in the-  harness line. lie is well equipped fco  look after all your needs-of this sort  at a .moderate price.  s^uit-H as* particularly returned of  the Methodist.Lad es' Aid tea and sale  on-Safctarday afternoon, March 31st, an  Speera' Hall, 3 to 6 p,m. There will  offeredfate sal������ home cooking sewing,  candy, etc, whilst afternoon tea and  ice cream will also be served. All are  invited.  :y'"���������;.  A nses-Ung of jotrag nseii and boys  is called for Tuesday night, April 3rd.  at sever**o'clock in the Parisn Hall to  form an athletic club. Fred Benham  has consented to take charge of the  cliib. asid to instruct an boxing, athlefc  ic dritl-s, swimming and other exercises. Parent* are specially invited to  this preliminary nieeting.  Creston orchestra has  been engaged  for the whist and dance under fall fair  auspices at the Parish Hall on Monday  night, April 2nd. Thcre__wlU be four  first-class prises for the winners afc  whist, and cards will-start at 8. There  will be a fine lunch, and dancing will  be under way at 11 p.m*. The admission is 91 to gentlemen, and 50 cents  to ladies. -"  Rev. G. Knox got back on Friday  from the hospital at Cranbrook, where  he bas been a patient with a broken  jaw for a coople of weeks. The doctors have given the jaw all fche attention posssible and Mr. Knox will rest  at his home here until the middle of  April, when he gq-Ss back for further  attention. Outside his inability to  talk the injury, is not at present very  disagreeable.  Tbe members of Creston Methodist  Sunday school bible class did fche.  creditable thing last week, at the  suggestion -of their retiring teacher,  C. O. Quist. Something like'$42 had  been gathered wherewith to make Mr.-  Quist a parting presentation, bub  instead the money was turned over to  Rev. G. Knox, and - .Mr. Quist is  particularly happv fco go away with a  remembrance card signed'by all the  bible class stttdents. '    -      ;  -.*-<. 4*   -���������>'  w-jra  it  tBFurn   uimo ^Ti^iri|  11    HCfLIi    WHO   E.AaiELH  to own a .Pord than now.    The. price tells the story.  You can pay more for a car, but you cannot get better  value for your money;    The Ford is the car for the  man who wants the.most for his money.  SERVICE, as. we understand it, means giving yoa  what yoa want, as yoa want it* and when you  want ii.    Try as.  1  STAPLES & PIERSON  But to be at your best in the fojrmer respect it is absolutely essentia^ that you sleep  well, and with the season of feteavy work at hand restful and refiresliing sleep is all  the more essential. ^^  Ti"te' first requisite for a good night's rest is a bed  with good Spring^ and Mattress; -without these your  rest is bound to l^ broken, and certainly not restful.  - ^lle^^with white cotton felt, with ticking of  attractive designs, conceded to be?tbe best made. <���������   *  Simmon*s Springs  These are the Banner Coil Springs constructed  of the highest grade carbon steel wire with special  top lacing, raised and braced to stop swaying.7.  We have a full stack in both lines  at attractive prices  StMMO^M^gTOESagft  Dry Goods  Groceries  ^BPh   r%i  Fyrnitora  Hardware  Makes a strong appeal to the discriminating buyer who desires a  fatty Modern, Good Looking and Economical Car at moderate cost  r='i    M   '       ������������������       , , i    ' 'i' i       i     \\  i  ' ,", "~ I'I  It adequately fills the demand  as a means of transportation  from place to place in dignified  and comfortable manner at  the lowest possible operating  cost. See it, ride in it, drive  yourself, compare it and see  why CHEVROLET enjoys the undisputed right to leadership as manufacturer of  1 Alia.        MmeIOI SB'vk I SytrtJi*"^i     wJESSE'lall B������HBB Iff     Ej������fifllIIuDEjin        BIB 1 MlBilBMMEH WZ,  Five Passenger Touring $895.00 f.o.b. Creston-  1 M  A  LIDGATE BROS.  Exclusive CHEVROLET Dealers  iiMi2fia*������  iliaMiftiMJi!^^  nmmuwmwmmtummviii

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