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Array ���������Lgrii* itsm  '       ���������   ���������    - "'  Tt)i*-;?i-SVtJ^*j?gf  HPPiZiZl������M&0M&mi  -- - ?'. ��������� '��������� -*v'3,sSc';rLy *.:vr>^t?v-L--'rrr~r^Cr'0rit-z^^.i   iZZZZj^&^r^!^^  ,./zfz&%y?y&-W^  'Jr-Lir- ���������?fP..-,c'rJri yrr-fr, -f-~rtk.0-r~t  !^V".\:.W^fc;K.-*.**S.*fv*wfi*-V!~  ' filiiiiSii  Amateur mif and  Per Gent Co-  teration  After listening,,to ,a - very definite  iind carefully prepared report framed  by the select .growers9 committee,  which had been prepared after nusner-  rons interviews with JEocaf growers,, and  -following the meeting of the Staples*  growers and. the attendant conference  of Manager Staples with tbe directors  of Cieston Fruit Growers* Union, the  meeting of Valley growers on Saturday r afternoon readily- adopted the  report submitted, along with an *c_  company ing resolution calling upon  the ������rowersi* to attend "the adjou-pned  annual meeting " of _ Oreston ', Fruit  Growers Union, Ltd., on the 21st, to  elect directorsand attend to such other  matters'as &iil g^ve force and effect to  the committee's recommendations.  Briefly stated the ^bmmittee advisee  that fche Co-Operative Growers contract be not .^signed, *;biit"that a new  "contract along,pretty,,much the same  lines he drafted-into which "-"will go  clauses that will safeguard certain  local interests,   and   that' when local  MISS C. B. GRUNERT, pianist, at the  evangelistic services now in progress  .XX   X~**~.    ���������J.������/C-5#.m*OU   S4     -V04.M*.. V0XX.  REV. F. A* ROBINSON, who is the  speaker aS-the evangelistic services  io-Sb. Stephen's Chiirch.  vei y clearly elucidated what might be.  contentious points, making it. quite  clear-that while the Co Operative contract* might be construed -tis meaning  certain things, jet it-did not expressly  growers have signed the new contract-estate the things desired, and for that  reason Should not' he signedr He and  the other members of-*" the committee  heartily concurred in the report made,  and had no hesitatiori in saying that  after listening togrowersindividually.  as well as collectively at tbe Staples  giowers9 meeting along with the ar-  {Continned oh Page 5  Mrs. Pete Lombardo. is A Cranbrook  visitor a few days tbis week.  Mrs. Jones, of   Kuskanook   was   a  Sia-dar'and Creston- week-end viejtaiv  *"-    "-*"     "������   --rP~~.jr*t~^4 ***���������- -l*-     ���������������"***���������    -     -  % ���������������*������.  -^ffi^it^fif^wi^S '������^i^���������^r1D6#^elsOTJa,  cottplepf days'~~~~kt week, Tetult>ing^on  cur  tri  then the Co Operative.iSrowers are to  be approached with  a- view  to having  these    concessions *  grant *d     before  Creston joins up with   the   big,   new  . co operative concern.        _  What is asked is that in view of the  fact that Creston is prepared to do it������  own financing in eyery direction, local  ~ growers s>hail not be compelled to pay  the proposed charge - of five"* cents  a  box to provide' n   fund "wherewith   to  buy oat the packing houses and business of   independent  shippers   in   the  Okanagan; nor the one centa box' that  the new co-operatiy.e intends to chatge  in o*^er to create a/reserve fond.  _. ^ greston asks thst'.the^s'.iGy-shoUld 7  r-^.j V-*y*V>'--'* W1 "-������'**a&^J. -"������-.-���������a   &FZjt?x-2-' -Jr    ~ _������  "  dn*ur*own seRiaj^and , e^Ieeiiogin anv  area that 1^gep>s^lly^e^cftded tbrbe  ffche home   market^'-provided   always Saturday.  y  that Oreston  p-rfces   will   be  set  to A  ' - correspond with ������he prices charged for  similar commodities- by the big co^np  eratfve. On such an arrangement  being carried wit Creston feels that it  should not have to pay four cents a  box which- is the probable assessment  if a sub.-central were' established anywhere to -take care' of the Kootenay-  shipments. ~ On sales that the Co  Operative Growers make of Creston  stuff it is agreeable that the usual  brokerage charges will be paid by  Crestou-fielling agency*  Briefly stated these are the points  on which Creston ie standing aloof.  In a letter read to the meeting from  the Co-OperaMve Growers assurance;  was given that the. temporary committee of ten would recommend to the  permanent - directors and manager  that Oreston should be accorded, full  advantage of lower freight rates enjoyed, and the committee' of ten.also  believed that it wus advisable to have  a representative ut Oreston who would  act as a Bales manager under the big  Co Operative Supervision, too that on  these two points there ia already  possibility of the concession asked for  being granted.  On the point of not pooling with  outside points opinion was quite  ��������� unanimous that Creaton Had a good  eise for Insisting on u Creston pool for  Valley pipducte only. A very peculiar  Hituution obtainB 7 at; other Kootenay  points in the assfimbtEng of fruit,  which Is not of the same high quality  as OrcSton grows, nnd no oiro could see  tho wisdom of Creston helping to bear  n burden that was iaot rightly ours,  particularly when vj.o v. ere ablo and  willing to go on our own.  llic meeting was presided over by  O. P. Hayes, who waa Chosen for that  position at the opening of the session,  ami following his few Introductory  remarks ihe select committee's report  wan react and explained by tho com-  . sntttee chairman* 0., 13$ Oai'Lbri'cI, tPhp  iilno read the letter fih>mi tho committee  of teu. aa well as a telegram f com | Ing  Union president Guy Constable, now  ������t Vernon, which stated that bo far  only 70 por cent, of the whole B.O%  tonnage had heen ulgiied, and advising l arrlved later   En   the   afternoon   nnd  thai thingti wcr-e   beginning   to   take  the dpaired Creaton  turn, and by nil  iiieuim not iu ticiiuy tugning contra eta.  jurecl internally  In addition to reading  the commit.  tin's   recommendations   Mr.   Oarlaud  nBnarH-r-At Cranbrook hospital,  Bgn.yw'H 2Sth    *o .������������������?%������-*ssd -Mrs��������� Jssso-ss  Mannerino. a son.-.   ..--.' v. - **-,-  The yard crew is   now   working  at  night's, starting at 8 o'clock,  in order  to Bet work train have  things   all  themselves   in   tlwe    daytime  at   the  Landing fill.  *  Mrs. C. M. Goodman was here o-  few davs last week packing up- the  balance of'their household effects, and-  left again on Saturday for Lumberton.  -where they are now located.  .Vice President Coleman and party  arrived at Kootenay Landing on Saturday evening, leaving almost' immediate! v by special train for Cranbrook, with - Conductor Greaves and  Engineer Joe Barvis in charge.  Joe Lombardo^who haa been on the  tug Valhalla, Tunning into Kootenay  Landing^ has quit the tug nnd is now  located^here^oh the ronndhouBB ataff.  He and Mrs. . Lombardo will reside  here pc-rmanentiy. Joe ia a 8nu*~of  Pete Lombardo, aectloh foreman, but  has resided at Proctor for '* some time.  Richard Dennes, Sr., left on Thura  day for his home in England. intencl������  Eng to anil from Stv John, K.B.;jpn the  23rd. A number of frienda were at  the station to see htm off and w3sh  him a" safe journey. Mr. nnd 'Mn'y  Dennea, jr., accompapicd hini Os far as  Kitchener. *      ������������������''���������'   ���������"*'  ���������   *'   '������������������J'  .':-, '������������������', \  The steam ehoycl is at work at the  cut, just west off ..the. section house,  getting - out material to. fill in ut  Kootehay Landing." * They will make  ������. fill of about 1000 feet of treatte, and  Ogure it will taket two in on tha to do It.  MM*o McCurhty Es in charge of the  shovel, and Conductor Briggs in  charge of the train.  Giib Omor, an omployeo ot; fche  McCabe bridge crew, wet with a very  acrEous accldcnd on Monday afternoon.  WtiHe Worliiug -ob ' the "'ftre-sUo ( neai-  Atbara lift fell off the structure alight-  on hlu hack on tho tee about  thirty feet below. Foreman JtfcCabo  liuTnedlMtely took tbe~ speeder to  QreBtqn'^for"   0r.    Henderson    who  The evangeliBtlc. service?, now being held In the FiesoyterianChurclu  have grown in-V-attendance nnd  interest from day t<> day. A - most  .enjoyable feature.ig3 the "sjnsi-ng by  the local choirs: ^Tthjder tbe leader  ship of the -visitbtfff" thev- have attained remarkable proficiency, and  the selections rendered from night  ^ to night have been tgteatly appreci<f  ated by large audiences, 2-Iot only  have "seats * from ^ the Methodist  Church been-' requisitioned, but  planks have'also haA Jbo be used to  provide accommodation for the  mariy who are- attending. .  The* gathering8r are charocteri-aed  by quiet power and there ia art entire absence of the sensational. Rev.  Mr. Robinson has hod- Dominion*  wide experience.and from his travels  in many landa is ^.bleto bring  telling illustrations, to augment the  power of his^message.   .  Miss NivenVsoIois are being greatly, appreciated   byJ&Hi:  wno b&va.  attended, ;^ndi ^thjfe^^rk^o^-Che;  pianist "is* also repia? &ohle and en-  joy-Rble.-. ," . ' .,-."'' S  The-'' seryices      contmu-ir    until-  "Wednesday. *" March.   28th;.      On  - Friday iiight Ulr. Robinson's subject  will   be  ^''Old Kepfe Round 0p^. ������  " stirring, ta*3ie   of   the ' lumber^ and  mining camps of western Canada, a  story - that   should - be   hea*rd.    by -  everyone, 0 '  MISS A.  B. NIVEN, soloist at the  ' evangelistic service new in progress  in St. Stephen's Church.  Mat Work Pleases  the election of officers, which resulted  as follows: 1  President���������Ja uses Compton.  Vice president���������Prank Putnam.  ���������irii *oC*iiOKS���������jl>.      4*>.    awtpiPBf       zv.      tt.  Itatifa G. EL VanAckeran, Jas. Adlard  and B. 3B. Cartwnght. -     ^  Before adjournment was taken votes-  of thanks.." were , tendered retiring  president"'Constable and the board  se-nretary, -W������ O. Littlejohn, as well  as the retiring directors.  At a directors -meeting on Wednesday - night R. R Staples was the  unaninious choice for manager, and  he will immediately take charge of  Union affairs. Staples Fruit Company,  Limited, being due to. retire from the  field at the end of the month.  Staples���������Union  Growers  F|or]023,-at any rYite, Creston will  have but* one fruit selling agency,  ���������The good work of consolidating the  Union and Staplet Fruit Company  growers under the control of Oreston  Fruit Growers Union, Limited, was  concluded at the adjourned annual  meeting of ^the Union on Wednesday  afternoon, which was preceded - by  another big meeting of all the growers  at which the basis of amalgamation  was arranged, along the lines suggested by the select growers committee at  the,meeting on Saturday afternoon.  ; Wednesday's session reaffirmed .its  decision to stay out of the Co-Operative Gfowerg,, Limited, unless the_  special terms demanded by Creston  are conceded,. -' and that the local  rttnohei*a mean .- buaincsa in both  getting together in one organization,  an well as. having these conceaBU>nw  from the Co-Oporativer ly indicated-in  the sighing up of 75 per cent, of the  Valley tonnage on an agreement to  thatelfect. '77..^ ' ., ''<������������������' .'������������������    "?.Z'Z  ��������� With thia"good stroke of hunlrieas  done tne adjourned nnnwal "Union  meeting wan proceeded .with with  Vice-Preuldeut Jntt'iet. Adlard 3n,<, tlv.e^  chdir, President Constable not having  aa yet returned from Vernon, 'f Tho  only feature of the "Onion Bfa&ton was  c---. r^:~:y&$,--zar-CJns<  *X^Wl;j-irai-kiwO  > Mik  for a" -short holiday vlsit;,with  inr Michel. -     -���������*--" ���������."'-������-���������  friends  gave the  injured man every  pon������iblo  attention.   He was very severely in  and on Tuesday was,  Ukeri   to    the    Granbronk    hospital,  ! accompanied by Ed. Storm,  Commencing; April  . .OusiiiopiiSifiiii..ioiiiis':  Between Walmiildy's Offtoe andr  Grand Theatre j  Board & Room, fier month $35.00  Room only* month-  8M & W0  Breakfast- ��������������������������� <?$*?.*' '  Dinner. - ��������� -BSc.  Sufiptr ...,...���������������������������SStfm  yW. Hr Hilton had:the bad - luck to  lose his "work horse, on Wednesd4yH  lost. The animal acquired- such" a  severe attack of staggers from eating  rusbes that it.haid tobe shot.   *  There is Considerable sickness in.this  locality at present. Mrs. H. ~ F.  Wood's case necessitating the attendance of Dr.-Henderson.  ���������������  The young people of Alice Siding  were amongst those- entertained' at  the home' of Mr. and Mrs. M. Winch,  Creston. on Tuesday night, music and  dancing being th* features of the  evening.  Motorists are having considerable  trouble making the grade at the  Constable ' hill these times. On  Wednesday night last a party of  Wynndel people being autoed home  from Creaton could get no further and  had to hoof It tee rest of the way. ��������� ���������  R. Stewart has been busy hauling  lumber from Wynndel for a modern  poultry house, he intends erecting on  the ranch this spring. .   *  Dick Smith la busy at present, with  aluBlilng operations along the right of  way for a new fence he is going to  build around the ranch.  Most everyone is busy at pruning  operations ut present and- all - report  the trees haying'' ,*���������''.; wintered "well.  Everyone knocked off for Saturday"  afternoon last to attend the big grow-,  era meeting at Creston. '������������������������������������"  ���������1, MeeBts. Bhodcs, Jackson and Andei**-  ������on report a winter's cut of about  1500 ties; about 000 of which have t������erm  Admirers of amateur boxing and  .wrestling had a great night's sport <>n  Sa^nrdayat the patriotic boxing and  wrestling tournament at the Grand  Theatre, in aid ofthe Soldiers' Memorial" Fund, the spacious auditorium  being filled with well over 200 ring  lans, amongst whom was quite a  sprinkling of ladies.  The affair was put on under the  direct management of R. B. Staples,  "who was^ ably assisted by Jimmy  Lochead. who" not oniw took ������ja������*t ������������  the nigbfa programme, but also did  great work during the past three  weeks ip developing^xiuch of the local  talent, and the ten " events carded  went off without a hitch anywhere.  Tbe presence of. Aitx-r. su*������������vart a  Nelson youth of considerable ring  experience, along with "Red" Larson  and L. Lewis of Kitchener, and  Charlie Smith of Porthiil, added considerable to the excitement of the  eyening, and enabled the management '  to put on an evening's bill that gave  everybody their money's worth.  In the   wrestling   department the  Indian rivals, _Joe Goodman and Andrew Alex, were seen in action, with  the latter successfully defending the  Kootenay Valley championship, which  he   wrested  from   Goodman* at  the  tournament a year ago.   Andrew won  in two. straight falls, victory coming  in the first  bout   in   eigbt   minutes,  whilst in  the  latter . fifteen   minutes  was required to 'bring   victory.   .- On  points   Goodman'" -would ** have- been  j declared the winner, as  he did^most ~  of the work, but   unable  to .pin" his  rival despite numerous likely loekin-g.  holds he got oft him. -" - f^Z*       .,*", ���������y Z  ���������nace^ibitJQn^ipat wO^  former ahowing/th^ most." slass.^al-  th&ugh -Hate  scorei, the'only, fall,,  pinhinjr Nelson' afte-ir-0Ja%������ut -thi4e.,  niinutea of  speedy :.effdrti-     fn  the  second-bout Kelson had oil-the best of  itand-to the judges scored a fall on  his opponent which the -referee failed "  to allow.  - In the boxing preliminaries, which  were staged between the wrestling  features, Jack Norris and Prank  Crawford went at it hammer and  tongs every second of their three one-  minute rounds. Hitting was fast and  furious with no clinches or sparring  for wind. Crawford waa possibly the  showiest of the-pair, but there was no  stopping Norris and the judges1 decision of a. draw was immensely popular.  The second preliminary produced a  likely looking juyoniJe in Luke Casfcon-  gaay.-who becked up "with JJoaatd  Spiers for three one minute periods.  Luke has the classiest kind off a left  that waa working to great advantage  throughout, and' it waa only the  agresaive tactics of Spiers that entitled  him to the draw that was declared.  Jerry CuBtonguay and Dean Peairs  figured in the third preliminary in  which honors were quite even, although the go lacked speed and hitting  that featured the two previous prelim's.  JimmyXochead sparred three two-  minute rounds with Ted Staples in  which the latter showed Considerable  improvement over his ehowing with  Hetherlngton a year ago, whilst tbe  fine all round work in defence and  offence by Lochead impresaod the  large crowd that the Volley's bantam-  weight.la going stronger than ayfiar  ago when llor>iEndily put away Harry  -SpStyfl   &*l  .1.3ppid ; but. hauling   la held   up at' B������������������' ������*������ #^ bruieer.  preaent duo to tht. poor travelling  Heed & Mather are waiting for tho  fro^t to come out of the ground to  finish installing . their irrigation  system. They have still about 1000  feot of iron main pipe to'put in.   .  Fob Sale���������One Spray motor; One  11500 pound truokt ono pony, and one  span of mares.   JV Attwood,  Creston���������  Eaaa Foit Hatoiiino���������Purebred  White Wyandottft setting eggs, front  ?;ood winter lavero.151.2S pcif setting of  inggs.   Carl Wigen, Wynndel.  Rons Fern HATOHrma���������^White Lcg:-  ju>������iii KJMtcitiuiK "-KB" pen hcaiidd by  cockerel  from    Isitperlm������������tal    Farm  heavy laying strain.   SI for netting of  15 eggs. Clements ������Sc Young, lirickuon.  In Uio intermission the crowd roared  when- ������>iclc Bevan appeared ih the,  ring with a.challenge to meet Hughie  McCreaitli in a ton round go at catch  weights, but which dofl ,the Bruce  county stalwart was unable Jbo accept.  Canute Anderson and Ted Payne  amused the crowd immensely in their  two-minute go ut blindfold boxing In  which the referee got the moot of the  punishment going,  Alex. Stewart of Nelson and Sanders CastonguaT ot Creston hod the  crowd on its toca all the way through  the three rounds they figured In, The  latter conceded Lite MVWm lutxer a  'aw pounds and by speed and clever  foot, work had easily the best of the  (Continued on Page'5 ''t3A'-.','  \''~i$y*i'-.  l$0Z  lm.P'  . -/rrrriri'  mz  Mr0r,  W0-  V?ii.-.'l. ������������������  I^������4  j������SSi*  WiMi  \m..  iff 8  :?:'yy.  I 'iUZ  -x.  THE    BEyiEW,    .ORESTON,   B.   ���������~  ,*j  $mm  .���������,._ Kb^R^  ..  HEADACHE; BILIOUSNESS  m~m&mm^&-  ^aMEESi  Rexhill coughed to hide what- his  face might otherwise hare shown.  "Well, Race/' he said, with a eholi-  inpj sensation that was new to him,  "you know -what I think of you. * As  for Lhe resi, well, that will depend entirely upon Helen."  ��������� BY ���������  WILDER  ANTHONY  Canadian   Rights   'Arrang-ed   "With  Publishers,    V.    "D.    Goodchild   Co.,  2CC  King  St.   West,   Toronto.  J,  V-  (Continued)  "That's a horse ol* another color.'*  Rexhill appeared aroused, at. last. "I  remember the old fellow. Ho must  be nearly ready for the hone jard by  ihis time auyho-w. Saddle It on him,  if you can. Wade*-o devoted to him.  He'd do as much for Santry as for  himself, maybe more."  "Fro heard ahout that kind of devotion," the agent sneered, "but I've  to see a sample of it."  "Well, you may before long. Your  first proposition's no -good anyway. It  would simply further antagonize  Wade's friends. It's quite possible,  though, that Santry might have been  mixed up in such a brawl. Get him  arrested, and then %ve']l let Wade  know, gradually, that onr influence is  at his command, i'or a price. I've no  objection to that���������none at all. By-  Heaven, we've got to  do  something."  "We'll do it al! right. I'll have a  warrant sworn out."  "Meanwhile, Race, go easy-with  those sheep. Wade was telling me  about them, and as a matter of fact oi'  strategy, I had to pretend that I would  help -him. Move them across the  Divide until we see what comes of  this Santry affair. " I can't go too  heavy with'thc boy right at the start."  "All right." Moran. arose. . "The  sheep don't count much now anyway."  "I don't mind saying, Race," Senator Rexhill observed, a trifle pompotis-  ly, "that you've done pretty well so  far. If you stick to it, you'll not find  me ungrateful when the battle is over.  You'll be entitled to your reward."  Moran hesitated, seeming to summon courage to say something.  "Maybe you've guessed the reward  I'll ask, Senator," he said slowly.  "There are some things that mean  more to a man than mere money. I'm  thinking- of Miss Helen."  Rexhill found some difficulty in  placing his gaz-e so that it would appear to naturally fall elsewhere than  on Moran. "He was mortified by a  sense of shame that he could not deal  squarely wiih tills aspirant for his  daughter's hand. He had heen sincere in saying that, he would neA-er  barter her to further his own interests, but so much hung in the balance  here that: unit! the issue really arose  he fear-ed to pass upon it. He felt  himself stultified by this truth.  "[ haven't spoken to her, Senator.  because th-*} time has not come, and  jus I now she's too ."much occupied else-  whf-re, perhaps. But all my hopes  are fixed nn her. sir. and when the  11m.-- docs cojuo, I trust you'll not op-  pOKv   tUOJi-J.''  flifilL I  Recommends Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound  to Other Mothers  Hero ford, N. S. ��������� " I arn thc mother  of four children arid I wan so v.-oak after  rny last baby came that J could not do  my work and suffered for months until  a friend induced me to try Lydia E.  Pinkham'a Vcpr#>table Compound. Since  taking the V-cgr;table Compound rny  weakness ha*-*, h.-ft me and the pain xn  my back haa fyono. I toll all my friends  wno-are troubled with female weakness  to lal<e Lydia E. "Pinhham'a Vegetable  Compound, for I think it ia the boat  medicine ever Hold. You may advertise  my letter. "���������-Mrs. Geoegk J. CROUaii,  Hemford, N. 9.  My First Child  CUrn Allen, Aluhni,.a.    "I havc I  Sgreatly benefited by taking Lydia  'lnkham'3 V>.*K<it.abl������* Compound for  bearing-down feelings and pains. I wafl  troubled in thia way for- nearly four  y^arn foM-wfnp; th*- h.rth of my firpf.  (child,and at timoH could hardly atand on  my feet. A neighbor re-commended tho  V������������K*etahle Compound to me after I had  taken do-v't.-.r';'. :;������*!'���������.-In/ ���������:: with cut rr.uch  I-muT-V. Tl !:'.:��������� r--V? ���������:'-���������;] rr.y j.r.'r .- nr-l  ffivea mo strength. 1 rn commend it and  ���������give you per:viiri'.:.ion to uh������.. rny tt-s timo n ini letter."--Mm. Ida Eyk, Glen  Allen, Alabama.  Women who nufTer whonld write to lhe  Lyrlin ii.Pinkham M-erlieim; *f'o.,Cobouri  Omfnrio, for n  fre-cs <v>ny of   Lydia  "Pinkham "h   "Private    'JVk(.-Book    upon  "* AiImcntw jheeulior to Women.''       o  ���������cen  CHAPTER VI..  Murder  "How do you think you'd like'To live  in Crawling Water?"  Wade looked whimsically at Helen,  as she picked her way with the grace  of a kitten through the dust ot" the  main street. Carefully though she i  walked, her shoes and. the bottom of  her skirt were covered .with dust, and  gray with it. -  "I shouldn't liko" it," she said, with  a little isoue. "L don't see why you  stay here. You. aren't going to always, aro you?"  '*! reckon it's likely."  "Not���������for always?" She had- stoji-  ped and was looking up into his luce  with delicious dismay. . "That would  b(- awful."  "Most of my friends, and all o������ my  business interests "are here.*" .Besides,  1 have a kind oi pride in growing up  witli this country. Back in the East,  things have been settled for so long  'hat a man's only a cog in a'machina.  Out here, a fellow has-a sense oi' ownership, even in the hills. I think iTs  because he gets closer to the soil, until he conies to love it and to he almost a part of it."  "That sounds fine, hut the reality isn't  up to my anticipation of it."  Wade laughed in his heart y way.  "That's   only   because   you   haven't  been here long enough, Helen." - -  "There are things that are^ splendid  about the West," she generously admitted. "Its vastness and wliole-  someness, and especially its men. I'm  sure that's why I first liked you, Gordon, because you -were"different���������not  like the general run of young men iu  the East."  "Oh, there are lots of good men  East, too."  "Not  so  very  many.       At  least,  I  have seen very few who. were at all  worth while.      There's  one,  Maxwell,  Frayne, who has been plaguing me for  months;   but  I  don't   cave   for  him���������  much."       She   was   clos"*ely   watching  him   as   she   spoke,   and   she   smiled  when, he started.  "You'd better not."  "But if I really thought youVmeant  to stay here all the time, I'm sure I'd  love Mm devotedly.     Now"���������she ey������d  him     irrischeviousiy���������"I     think     this  would be a nice place to  call home,  don't you know," just for fun, and than  spend most of the time in New York  and London.      See that man staring  at me!"  "How, staring at you?" _.. ;  Wade    turned    and    looked !ih the  direction   she   indicated,   surprised   at  ���������.the suggestion that she was being annoyed in Crawling Water, where chivalry to women ran high.  "Oh, he didn't mean anything, I  daresay."  "They're friends of mine, and curious, perhaps." He -referred to a  group of cattle men, across the street,  who did seem to he staring and talking, with some indecision in their attitude. "I wonder if anything can,,,- <-dnhir. ������������������������  have happened? Oh, I guess not. "J ?p,rt,',,?i n,!  Well, what would I do in London?"         locle lowaiu infc  "I didn't say anything about you being in London, did I**"'  "Well, it's safe to say that -where  you were, I'd want to be, at any rate.  Haven't I made two trips to Chicago  for no real reason except to see you?"  he demanded, fast slipping into the  thralldom of her fascination.  She viewed him through half-closed  eyes, knowing that the pose has always allured him.  -Don't you think you'd be kept busy  looking after me?" she playfully asked. "Seriously, I hate an idle man,  but. I don't know what you'd find to  do there. What a question. You'd  have to have investments that would  take you over every year nr two."  "Now you're frying to malic a city  man of me," he said, half in jest."Be-  sides,"���������a. dogged note  crept into his  voice���������"IM  have  the  right  to   expect I  something ol* you, wouldn't I?" |  "Not  the  right,  but  the  privilege,"  f-he answered softly.  "This if. where the Purnells live."  Ho turned her into the pathway to the  donr. "This is what I'd like, a neat  little home like this, with a couple, of  kiddie������ and some dog.s. Then 1 could  spend my out-door lime at the ranch."  Before. Helen could reply to this.  Mi-h. Purnoll appeared on tho threshold to welcome them, but to Wade's  Kiirjii-ise, .she told them that Dorothy  wan not.there,  "Oh, I'm f-jo -sorry," said Helen, -.villi  intense relief.  "I don't, know when* she went either," the mother went on. "Sho was  out for a few minutes soon after you  left, (In-.ilcm. Thon she came back  nmd called oui  romeihlng lo me, but I  .! this  controversy.      Nojw,   the   whole  1 thing waa more* upset than ever, for  Moran   and   Rexhill   could   hardly   be  blamed if JJiey hacked up ^.heit* own  men,   especially,  if   the -herders   had  been blajneless,  as  was  probably the  case.      Yet if  the   Senator  did  this,  i Wade knew" that a  bloody little war  I would be the outcome.      /  \ ,:"Where's\ Trowbridge,  Barker?"  he  asked  of   the   cowpuncher,   whom   ho  found waiting at the stable. -  "At the ranch, I think."  -- <To be continueTl)  who have once liael Zam-Bulc applied  never forget how it -soothes and heals  their hurts. Wise mothers never use any-  thing else. A touch'of hesb.il Zam-Buk  -���������a bandage made of almost any clean  rag���������no more tears or worry." Zam-Buk  is so pure and so "refined that it provides  thc ideal healer for e\ery soit of wound,  abrasion or soreness.  Mrs.   J." E.   Bierwirth.  of  Carnduff,  Sask, writes:���������"My little-boy cut off  the end of liis finger and it seemed a.  case for a doctor. However, I applied"  Zam-Bnk to stop the pain and bleeding  and it gave the child such relief that I  contiiiUecs tiie- Ucatriicjii, i- siaig; noticing  but Zam-Buk, I dressed the finger each  day. and tbe wound healed perfectly."  For Scalds or Burns.���������Dr. Thomas'  Eclectrie Oil is a standard remedy for  the prompt treatment of scalds and  burns.. Its .healing power quickly  soothes the pain and'aids a speedy recovery from the 'injury. -, It is also an  excellent, remedy for all manner of  cuts, bruises and sprains, as well as  for , relieving ' the pains arising from  inflammation of various kinds. A  bottle; in the house and stable saves  many a doctor's and veterinary*s fee.  Constipation  Housekolci Hints  Valuable    K,ccipe3    For    the   "Busy  Housew3fe  '^  zi>   ~r.m~m^^s9S!!yr~as~  ���������Qc. box. SJorliJ -25.  All Stores and Chetssists.  "So glad to haye. met you," Helen  replied. 'T hope to have the pleasure  of meeting your daughter, too, before  we leave Crawling.; Water."  "They're splendid women, both of  them,". Wade remarked, as they walked back toward the centre of the  town. -  . "Oh, yes," Helen agx*eed, without  much spirit. "Nice, comfortable  home people, I {Suppose." "*���������  "Best kind in the world." -       .*���������-  "Gordon!"      Helen    laughed    good-  naturedly, facing him. as she walked.  "What in the world has been themat-,  ter with you to-day?     We usually get  on so  well together, and ..to-day, if I  do   say  it,   only  my unwillingness  to  quarrel has kept us from, it.."  "Surely, T haven't    .   ".    ."������������������������������������*./���������  "Maybe not.      Maybe I imagined it.  But Craw-ling Water is a lot more real  than "London, to my: way of thinking."  11 You haven't be&ljr to "London."  "I'm not likely to go, either," he retorted. ��������� - ������������������.*���������'  Her red lips curled'in a way that  seemed to indicate that she thought he  would go. Already, she was planning  to get him out of Crawling -Water and  beyond the influence of Dorothy Purnell.  As they turned into the main street  again, a man leaving a group near the  ind  mounting a  horse,  em.  "I wonder what's up now?"      Wade  muttered, recognizing the horseman as  one of the Trowbridge outfit.  "Mr.     Wade. .lust     a     minute."  With the grace of a Centaur, the rider  swung his mount in beside them and  doffed his hat. "Two of Jensen's  herders have heen shot. I thought  you ought to know about it."  "What?" The ranch owner's jaw  dropped at the news,.  "It's true, sir. Word' just came in."  "Thanks, Barker." Wade, pulled  himself together, as thc restless pony  raced back to the barn. "I must go,  Helen," 'ho wcut on, turning to the  girl at liis side. "Thei*e's hetjn fighting���������murder, perhaps���������out near the  ranch. Santr-y will need'me." He  was uneasy lest the old plainsman  should have been concerned in. the  shooting.  "You'll take me to the hotel?"  "Of course, yost Would you mind  walking a lit Lie faster?" They quickened their pace. "I'm sorryt Helen;  hut I must; hurry to Lhe ranch." Even  at tliat moment he could not but/'reflect that there would have been jio  need to lake Dorothy home. Somehow, tho wnyH of the East seemed to  fit less and less aptly into the,life of  Crawling Water.  On his way fo the livery stable after  his horse, Wade did some rapid thinking, Santry might have been concerned In the shooting, but his employer thought not. Th<s old fellow  had promised to stay nt homo, rind his  word wsis as good an another man's  bond. II. wa.s too hnd, certainly, that  thc tiling should hnxxt happened .just  Fried Raisin'Cheese Sandwiches  3 tablespoons butter, 3 slices cheese.  6 slices bread.  Yj. teaspoon salt.1* 1 egg.  ���������   3/<2 cup milk.'  S tablespoons finely chopped Sun-  Maid raisins. r  Cream butter until soft. A.dd a-ai-  sins and spread'on. bread. Place one  slice cheese between two slices of  bread and cut in haIves_to make six  sandwiches. Beat egg. Add milk  and salt and dip each sandwich in-the  mixture.''."'..-Fry until brown in a little  melted fat.      Serve'.immediately.- -..:..  Prompt���������Permanent���������Sleltefi  GARTER'S   LtTTLET &IYER   PBLIA  rarely fail.   Purely  vegetable ��������� act  eureiy but gently on the liver.  Relieve after  - dinner dis*  tress ��������� relieve indiges*   lion; improve the complexion���������brighten  the eyes. "      '  Small Fill���������Small SJese���������Small Price  CAR  8VER  Better Prices For Wool  Better prices for wool were received hy Saskatchewan wool growers  during 1D22, according to a report issued by the western manager or the  Canadian Co-operative Wool Growers'  Association. The average price per  pound for the year was 1S% cents,  nearly fifty per cent, higher than the  1921 average' scale.  The "Modern Woodman"," publication of the Woodmen.'of the World  Lodge, has a circulation of 1,06S.,500  monthly. Z ��������� ���������"   ;t-ZZZZ  2 cups  Raisin Gems  flour, 2 tablespoons sugar.  2 egg yolks, 1% cups butter.  1 tablespoon^vanilla extract.  Milk or sour cream to taste.  Mix flour with butter lightly, stir  yolks ' with .sugar, add flavoring and  enough-, milk or sour cream to make  dough the consistency of pie dough.  Divide in two parts; line a cake pan  with one part and use the other part  to cover filler. Dust top with blanched chopped almonds, .first spreading  some"of the egg yolk to make them  stick. ,     *     . . ���������'���������  For Iaiaats arid Chiidren  In Use For Over 3������ Years  Always bears  the  Signature of  '���������rm  ������<^������<**^.ft<^������-*<^^>������-<^������-*<^������^fcs^,  Cansc of -y-y.-l  Early Old Age   ������  2 T&o celebrated Dr��������� Michenboff, .jr  J������  an authority on early old age, 5  , says that it ift "caused by poisons 0  generated   in   the    intestine." A  a  Whenyourstomachdigestsfood K  A   properly it is absorbed without A  v"  forming poisonous matter.   Poi- v\  *? Bona bring on early old age and ^  fr  premature death. 15 to 30 drops. if  ,-9 of -"Sogers Syrap'?. after Baeala ^  ������  anakes your digestion sound,   so &  @<&@J^&<ibr&<&-*<%&i&^?Q'^&������&r& .  :\  The Kind That  akes You Like  Fruit Cake  '~\  S~xt  i didn't mir'h what ������nc nalU. Ueforo  ��������� I lcn^*.v whul she was doing nhe had  j .saddh-il her i>(n 1 y and ridden off*. But  j rouie i-lglii in. I don'L Ihlnk she'll  I ho Willi* h'JiU',."  I "stii"L i-iiH-'n-v.J ;iiid Jleli'il, gntcloi'Hly  ing lo overlook the huil. that 1hls  ���������\ ideiiil.v \\}ido';( Mocond vlslr  ���������^i'hiri 11, Vfi'v .Amrt time, nought  ��������� i\-i-i'.'. Sti in wi������li lier tnf'1 .nlrif".---. lo  I'uiiieii, -f-jho wi������uld 11av������.��������� bff*im  ���������������l .i'nald -jUi-. l.uve. gu������������K:i<M'| thi������l  ..ih jieiijally tiimtiHintc hlin lo ro  I'-ti1. Mn l������-lt. Foiiii-lidw, IliaI hhe  j..i!ionl/inK    <hf*lr hohlom-i. who  I   v/iu.**-    ..,    V.liliiiilS    III'    Mifl������l<!lll**f"lll',    .'.Yl-:U    U  i-i<<-d   lh������: HniAciiillly   nl   nuiiinei'  ("���������1-i-n ;ilii'<*)<:t*/Ml,       \Ui vviui rdn������-#*re*  i\    V.\ll-ll    llll:   Vi:', I.    I'.lllll!   lo   (HI   Vllt'l,  \'i-,Vx   iniiHt,   i*.i.i(i(!   again,"   tutUt   Mr*,,  -when  Senator llexh ill's promised "aid  hnd  Rnemnd  5n ji  fairy way to settle  clio /;*.  V,",\H     '  Ih-i'i J  in l������r.  Mr;**',  ; 111.. ,\ / '  .".lie   v  ;>,<-, nr 11  v-'.t*:  \itl.:i  ?lli||-  .;..*   yj,  That tender, almost juicy-  cake .with thc rare flavor of  delicious 3*aisins and piquant  spice.  That rich, fruity luscious  cake that doesn't crumble and  dry out.  Thc kind that you havp  always liked-���������thc kind you  mean when you say *" fr.nit  Cake."  Yi  ou can  buy it  now���������get  just the kind you like���������-artd  save baking at home.  These plump, tender juicy,  thin-ski fined raisins are ideal  for cake. Xaste the cake you  get and see.  You'll enjoy fruit cake snore  often when you can secure such  ffood cake ready-made.  Mail coupon for free book of-  tested recipes suggesting scores  of other luscious raisin foods. %���������  Just ask your hake shop cr  confectioner for it ���������the cake  that's made with  turn  Sun-Maid Raisins  Sun-Maid Raisin Growers  J Co-opftat-Vi Oreaitirtiliitn Comprli.n; Ji.000 Grower Mrmhert  Pm-r, N--5H--11, Fkkhnoj CAuronNiA..  //       I CUT THIS OUT AND BEND 1t  ,viM   -~^s~MELawi | Sun-Maid Raitin Groweri,  jj   Dcpt. N-S34-31, Frcano, Ciili/onna.'  I      Please tseml! mp copy of your free booT.,  "Recipes-Willi "Raisins."  n-KIJKHOT ���������    NAMK *   * SiHr.r.T - -���������-  Jiliu P<i.~at-        \ Ci'iv, .'. "Province"    ��������� 1 ;   mmirim������WiM iWiiim'a*^iiiWPlft*������������iwiiiiiiKJiiiMWi'iiiiiwii'ni'iitmmawttmmimmimmtimmstsiiit mi*��������� ��������������������������������� ���������*������������!���������"��������� ��������� ������"������������������ ���������"-���������*���������-���������"������������������-���������  'fl  -~  li  HmMi  liiiiimiiiiHiimwi ,   ir  THE    REVIEWS   ��������� CKESTOX,    B..  /  e.  'i&ZZ.,  7^.?iA>^^-->eiiiJMr:Si,-s.  -Power  Denmark  acquired   provinco- - T>C  with electric jigi.xpi:'   l  rstmmmm       mvrvt-amm  ��������� ������1mTI a  -T-lttn ASkBPhlT  I Mil HUMAN-HP AIJLUKI  _The Gun Men  Law     Enforcement    the    Only,   'Real  Protection to the' Citizen*, ���������>,    .  Sir,Basil Thomson,"form.er* Chiei*. ot  Scotland   Yard,   recently" in   Chicago,  said, what  most  Americans  kne.w, to  be true.'     An English crook does not  work -with a gun.      If - lie is "caught  with it he goes in* for life. ���������' 'He stays  in for life.     For tiiis reason the'Sng  lish  .citizen,   keeps    his life \vhen .assaulted hy a crook.'. The English are  called   a    law-ahiding people.    "They  make their laws stick against criminals. *  That would seem to ,he the-eas-  iest possible,way to be law abiding.  It does not cost tlje   peaceful - citizen  anything    and    it    adds much, to ,the  pleasure,  profit and    length * of 'life.  Americans evidently prefer' that there  should be no prohibition of the ma*iiu-  facture  of the one-hand gun,---no real  penalty for the carrying pf.it, and a  {"doubtful penalty-for the use of iy The  .majority of Americans are as law-abiding  as  the  majority *of  Englishmen;  hut they are not law-enforcing.���������Chi  lis     Motive"  ���������a/* Rich,     Redj ca go Tribune  N  Power  ,.     -     "   BJo������d  Tbe human body is the,busiest fa-c-J  tcry in* the worlO,.      There is" no" eight-'  hour^day, no .slack sea&on,*iio' holidays,  no cessation of its labor.at'any.titne.  Day and nigh-t,"work is tarried on in'  the   workshop   oE 'your/'body   and it  never ceases until,   tlie--engine���������your  heart���������^tops forever.     ^        *^        "   ���������r"  The factory of your _ 'body* -has    its  motive power without which it wpuld*1  cease at once.:    That^powcr"3s  rich,  red, healthy Wood, which' keenss.-your  whole    system    eilicient    and    which  drives  away till  disease;, that* may attack  it.     ' Often," however,  the  blood  begins ia fail and becomes thin  and  poor.      It becomes loaded with waste  and  charged with..poisons. .-* 'Then it  Is  thaC^your bodily*.--workshop    goes  wrong;   your  physical  machinery  bo-  comes  disorganized,1 and  you" fall_ 111.  You   tjecome. an.aen*)3c, ~  perhaps     the  nerves   break  down,  or  you begin -to  suffer    from-   indigestion,    netvralgia,  general    debility, ,-with,- .pains in the  back,  head  or   side. ^    In this  condi;  tion of 'bloodlcssness"   Dr.    Williams'''  Pink    Pills*-,a re" just what you. need.  Their one mission is to make rich, red  blood which brings health and energy  to every part of the body.      Mr. ���������Raymond-Webber, Welland,    Ont.,    fells  what   these   pills  did for Mm  as   follows : ���������"My,    blood   "'was     thin.-   and  watery, and I was in^a baglly run-down j  condition:      Pimples broke out on my  -body which caused nie 4much discomfort.    I would calcli c\ol<l.easily, which  * aggravated my condition.    My, brother  advised-me to try *Dr.-Williams' Pink  Pills,  and* after taking    about  . eight.  bo-xfes,I.~ielt that- >"���������������- was^again a,-well:  man.     "I ha^e since recommended the  pills with .gqod/rfesults.,to" others/'   \  You can, get these pills.through any  medicine, dealer, or by mail at 50 cents  a box or. six boxes lor"2.50 from Tlie  Dr. WilliainV Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont'."-"- ' ��������� "- y H \  i      0n'. 0    ���������. '.  panada's wh-feat,-yieldzior'last year  was the largest in-its-history.- Rapidly is the broad Domihion qualifying  for the .title, in all its fullness, of the  gra~t--~r-'at th** world  .,',  _ 'w-*? ��������� ���������? - -     ' *  COUGHS Ai) MS?  Hard, Large and Red Pirn-.  pies. Itching Was Terrible.  ���������      ; . ~      -������ ���������  ������������������Had been troubled all. my 3ife  -With acne on my face. My forehead  -was a mass of pimples.  They were hard, large and  .red. and the itching was  most terrible. My face was  disfigured I sent for a free  sample of Cuticura Soa-g  and Ointment and after  using -them got instant  relief, x boughs morev and after  using two cakes of Cuticura Soap  and three boxes .of Cuticura Ointment I was healed." (Signed Mrs.  G. S. Miller, Box" 14, Marshall,  Wash., Jan. 9* 1922.  Use Cuticura for every-day toilet  purposes. Bathe witb! Soap, soothe  with Ointment, "dust with Talcum.  a-���������~t~i;.0U vnuj -hv *������Xa.tl. AddreEs:."������ymaBa,tlnj.  ite������LJa*4 BtTpinl St- *WL JBxas~tt~it" Sold evere-  whoM?sSi)2fc. oStmfet 25and60c Talcum 2lfe.  giMBF-**Cnt������cw������ Soap ahaves without mug.  STOMACH. MISERY,.  GAS, INDIGESTION  Value of Prairie Products  ��������� iur������-y-i',i msf  thart  "Papa's Diapepsin" Coixects  Sour, Upset Stomachs  | at Once  *���������������������*. ������**���������,*���������> tiouiii im>)im >iih������������������������*m*h-ii������i ih)  "Fape's Diapepsin" is the���������quickest,  surest . relief tor indigestion, gases,  -flatulence, heartburn, vsournes8;*) fermentation or stomach distress caused  by acidity. A few tablets give almost  immediate stomach relief. , Correct^  your stomach and digestion now for a  few cents. Druggists sell millions of  packages.  ,. y '        :    -.   --  Value otf Production .Over  Million     E^ollars... More  Previous Year  A remarkable value of ������359,223,000  is put upon the' crop yield, livestock  sales and dairy product's of the prairie  provinces actually sold from September to December 30, in 3 922, by ,the  "Manitoba Free Press?' This is ?39,~  000,000 more "thari- was estimated for  1921 by the sanies'authority. OE this  total fox- $1922, $2������4i315,������)00 is for grain  crops, of which $21S,115,000 is for  wheat, at an average net price of. 85  cents per "bushel; ������36,SS9,6^7 Tor livestock; $54,01S,000 for dairying; ������727,-  942 for eggs:*- ?507,600 for wool; and  j $23,764,000 for root crops.  Credit and Exchange  interesting British Youth, in Canada  -   *���������     ������������������ -,  Fullf Summer   Cpurse  at  Agricultural  Schools in Alberta  A   direct   stimulus   to   British-Canadian immigration, naxticularly in turning the minds 'of "England's youth, agriculturally, inclined, towards farming  opportunity In-Canada, is contained in  the announcement that-  Mr.    E.    W.  Beatty,    President   of    the    Canadian  Pacific   "Railway,   Is   awarding   a   full  summer    course    at  the  agricultural  schools'of  Alberta - to "the  four "prize  winners of the Young Farmers' Clubs  of Great Britain.      Few-, scliemes, so  far*- devised, with an encouragement of  desirable    immigration    in. view, are  calculated to have the permanent and  lasting   effect  of  this   one.,   with  the  best aid most accurate knowledge" of  farming, 'conditions    in the * Canadian  West-implanted by Canada's foremost  agricultural experts in youthful minds  cultivated to assimilate it, and capable  of    disseminating   their    impressions  among the youth-of Great Britain.  The four selected boys -will arrive  in Canada' early enough to comntfence  their summer, cpurse at''the. Alberta  agricultural schools in' May. They  will be given as'^thorough and comprehensive ' an ' impression of Western  Canadian agricultural, conditions as  possible in. the time, visiting different  areas and such agricultural fates and  exhibitions as offer. ��������� They will return to England in the1 fall, where arrangements "have been' made for them  to write up. their* experiences in the  agricultural press of the British Isles.  The benefits which may follow in  the wake of this scheme are manifold.  Ko phase' of Canadian immigration ha^  in. the past; produced, such excellent  results as that of young boys from  England who have grown, up with the  land and rapidly absorbed its ideas  and-ideals.      Could the settlement be  HE  NKS���������  Ffl  ra-fl&3  m~j  ���������a&ftv'idSaiS! $~~  the  ideal   strength  Has   Found   g%qub������!&Uqggp ^Unfeiiing  Source of Sfelief ^ys^Calgary,.  * Womaff ���������l "- %  r.',vJ  That Tanlac"'  and body builder for elderly people  has been conclusively proved by the  statements of ,those who have tested  its remarkable merits. Further evidence of this fjjhp| is,furnished hy the  experience of Mrs. C. J. -HarrS-^- 223  15th Ave., East; Calgary, A^fiert^"who  is now^seventj-^ahree irears-'of afgqj  "Tanlac" has been my stand-by now  for three or four years/' says Mrs.  Harris. "Before I knew^ about it I  had been losing weight and feeling all  run-down for a long time. M3- nerves  were bad, I couldn't sleep and just  seenied to be on a general decline. Msr  strength and 'energy nearly all left mc  and some days I could hardly get  around at alk"*"       *������-'*   *"  "It was astonishing = how quickly  Tanlac had me feeling right again.- I  began to pick right up and finished my  fourth bottle _ feeling1" fine. Now  whenever I begin to feel* the least bit  tired or run-down I just get a bottle  of Tanlac and soon I am all right  ���������again." '       '- ������ "' *.  Tanlac*-.is for. sale by all good druggists.      Over 35-million bottles sold.  Ship Grain to South America  .   . '.I*-  Canadian grain movement to Sourh  America via Vancouver may develop  to considerable magnitude. A few-  weeks ago an experimental lot of 1,00(3  tons were shipped, a.nd, it is announced  .*, H������wxt* l*x..*xxxxxx  ' In spite of all-the^mad outbreaks*f������t  the  Goveinment  during the last few  years we have to our credit the facts  l^that we were the first country to balance our budget,   the  first to reduce  taxation, the first-to meet an external  debt and  the first to_suggest scaling  down, the sums still    owing    to    us.  There is a point where the exchange |  reflects a country's credit bej-ond anything      else;      and     W *' -financial  soundness, judged by -such evidence as  those -we have suggested. Is hecpraing  more clear to the world.���������Manchester  Guardian. - - .     \       ������������������  fll uttn  "Cascarets" 10c  t Mli  .   ,       ,     ��������� .. ... . .u T   that another parcel of\4";GG0 t  induced of those with expert agncul- _     ~ar-^,s* -P- -.-> $^   y  so forwarff'--*  ���������* "������    %   hur*c ^.-f  lural knowledge and    experience    in ������ -. jg'y    *~r    ,-    %$%-���������$,  mm~mmm0mxm0m0mu00mmm^y^mm0*~0~.mmmmpm  their fdrmulative years^ a- tide- of very  ons.  lis to  -T  e  ::; ,6heri'1';i-3riiafci^us^ %^-Z  are a drain upon  . the Vital Joircesl'  SGOnS F.!ViULS!0N  strengtliens trie >wKble  s������ern arid helps   "-  drive out the ^pf^-i  disposing cause;      f\m ffi  Seott&Bowno.Toronto.Onit.     20-29 "^&J~~*jSg  w It Bids Pain Begone.-i-.Whe'n -neural--  gia racks the. nerves or lumbago crip-  plos^he back is the,time .to test tho  ���������v irtues of * Dr. Thomas' vEc!efctrlcH Oil.  Welt'.rubbed-in ir- will .still tlie'pain  and produce, a sensation of, ease and  rest. . A trlal^of it \vlll"estaT5llsh faith  in it. ��������� ��������� >i        .    - ���������   '  Best   Bowel   Laxative  When   Bilious,   -  Constipated  valuable colonists might set in. : For  the main part agricultural students in  l^lhe British Isles are farmers' sons, and  this* dissemination of authentic information on. Western Canada conditions  in a -class Canada has always considered most eminently desirable as settlers, cannot but be prod\ictive of satisfactory results.  m..  Do not suff<2������  another day v,*:ln  Itch ii na. Bleed-  lag; ^>r ^l-rotiud-  lng Ptles.������������������ No"  a.urglca.1 operation required.  Dr. Chase'51 Ointment will relieve you at once  and -afford, lasting benefit. .60c a \������ox^ all  dealers, or Edmanson, Bates 8. Co., "Limited,  Toronto. Sample Box free-It yon mention ttds  paper and. enclose 2c. stamp to pay postage.  To clean out your ^bowels "without  cramping cr overacting, take Cas-  carets..,-, ������ipk headache, biliousness,  gases indigestion, sour, upset stomach  and all such distress gone By morning.  Nicest physic on earth for grown ups  and children." 30c a box. Taste like  candy.  * -'       -     ~ .-        -  ' What  aniserable   lives   most   of   us  would lead if 'we' could hear everything ' that -is said-^a'bout-us when  we are not listening.... ���������  .  |       MONEY ORDERS   Thi} snfe way to scud money  by mail is by  Domtplon   Kxprwa  Money  Order, '5,-**" ���������-jy'*  m-~~mt~*~0~-~m  In work or  ll.l*l34*tf������fflM5.^  tlie poiscHaii^  stea-tiin^sst ^araii  niicaia success.   .  M ttclps <l!fl|csIiori������  allays lliir������Sr kecpf  inII Bile ���������������iouatit *~-f~.lk  -nnd inolsl, tlie lliroaa  muscles relaxeil  ancl pllaisS osrael tine  Fertile Land in The Pas  RcolaHnationof Many Acres of Land In  :?Z<-'-the Carrot River Vailfey  Three survey parties cohriecto'd with  the Canadian Branch of .ItitBridr have  just   returned   from the Carrot River  valley triangle, adajacenl;. to The Pas.  Three years have now beojn spent oh-  talhlug  Infbrmatiori  on '-the, ^reclamation", of spniOrVeight hundred/thousand  ticres oC land in the Carrot River valley, which-is reported by tli^se engineers to be the richest and most fertile  sou known'in Western, Canada.. Z.Xt  is understood that further-r-econnals-  sancc survey work will be proceeded^  ^tt^''���������H:ilk^sunlln���������^r in tho vicinity of  the Beinashire" faplds on the Saskatchewan Itiver,  at tho  head of Lake  ���������jlWiUMpeg. - Here, it- is vclfihned W$f ej|  [jlfxi-l locks vfTnjf be $o ^6^t^ucteaf a,|  Wo  aiogulate   th*   ������noro; Hooded 'nverf  Iripbulary to LIa-o 'Saskatchewan.- Itiver  aa  far west as Princo Albert.  " Tho  drop -A ho water would liavo at those  rnpidis Is nbout 25 feet wlilch Is said  to be amplo ������fo^tho successful ,d*qaln-  _ag������f HS*f;>������li'ir-t MlliBlc,; Carrcyt.^l^fiM' valley  1'rUfcftgIo.,.      jj;  Minard's. Liniment for Distemper  The largest flower in the world is  the llaffle"sia Arnold!, which grows  on the' island of ������Siimatra*,! is three  feet across and weighs 151 pounds.  THE HEALTHY WOMAN"  5S ALWAYS BEAUTIFUL  IN THE EYES OF MAN  Stratford, Ont.  ��������� *T   do   think  Dr. Plerco'Si Far  vorlto' Prescription,   is   one   of  the, beet; medicines I have ever  known 'for   thini  ailment a   ��������� ot  women.    I   had  for quito a long  thno   been, having Inward trou-  f *^w������smc^.     -ble which caused  md to become all run-down, weak, and  nervous.     1   doctored, "but   nothing  seemed to give mo -'relief'until I be-  gaii  takLng  the 'Favorite .Presciip-  tion' and this,medicine gave' me such  wonderful rclieC that I  am glad to  recommend..-It to others."���������Mrs1. A.  Godwin, CO Brant St.   All druggista.  His Rule  ''Havfe3Qau-go.tt^*a.,*ii������iiO -th^t. *K-Q-i*u. canj%-  distin^-uish    classical    music,"'  asked  Mrs. "kewhaifi f% | J ^ "^ | ,|  1 "I ihink|^oS*v- r^^li^d>?lier h"ush-������n^  "Wli|i a^p|c9e^fh,pfeaiens everyfinhi--!!  ute "66  be  a  tune  and  always  disappoint^   you,': * it[s"  classical."���������^Boston  Transcript.  -"'Miljcr's Worm Powd-ors will eradicate the worm evil that bears so heavily^, opt children and is believed to  cause;*; many fatalities. They are an  acceptable medicine to children and  can hp Cully relied upon-to clear the  food Channels thoroughly of these destructive parasites and restore the in-  flame^ and painful surfaces to health-'  -fulnejis. :,They'are .an: excellent remedy for these evils.  ���������:! ; ��������� 7*  '-'  .. |������      Different Directions^  Travellers )at 7tho '������������������ ^pfennsylvanla'  Termi^ial carry'tennis racquets and  golf*,c|ubs. Those at the Grand Central hj&ve snowslioes and skates. Tho  ditter|-hce between going South and  NorthJTT^^w^ork,World^i,/. Jr:**, t~-Z, **M.-.^  ���������L-mtl:.  Igtha Striped Package?  BISCUIT  TOi>AY  NbRTHlEST_BlSCUJTC^MJPANY IS  ^;  HfeLP WANTED  m -������������������'���������'%:  -���������������������������   m  &  *.. - * ts  .0.  I--'                ?**   *  S}  ' ���������'           'Vi  1  ^  7������  "������������������  - te  -'- 1  .������  * '*  '?���������%     '''-  ���������*"    1  f.  J-  ,J*(h*l'  ���������rfl^.I���������*.���������Mi-^^ .1.'  ���������*������������������ ���������,-*'.��������� ?**' ^ZZ Z,~ *"���������" "*"   "** r"'?M'  "Recognized aa a leading specific for  ihe .. destruction." ,rof "worms, Mother  CSravcs's    Worm    Exterminator    haa  prp*vcd ha  boon-to  HUffciing  ul^ildren  ���������.  Ki-  KIDNEY TROUBLE?  Talce Mr. Browh'4 Advice  , .-It, acldom ;tf0h. ,j I  jz^M>i  Z m   %~9 ~~m - ���������'*'     '  ���������A* D' F*T���������T* IE' Si"  ,: Two  <���������] r<t" un  united w������iaht,..364  freakR exhibiting in. tx London  wero i.j.'jrjicd tho -dUkjt day.  The fat lady, weight 82? "."pounds, bo-  camo tho hrldd-of tho dwarf, who tips  t(ii������r.**Bfii3les at forty-two pounds. Tho  ponderous brldo was attotvded hy tho  rhcj^d^lv lndy^^wllll^Hl^  ^IlVl^e  ;ak*jSl(^ton"!i   "'��������� ''   "   "* "  iiKWoiu.*w*  o doctor'n caro and  1 waa always joorn^  \m 'n.  i-ir^j  in'*^. Bup**wr|cd| l4|   JT^^tlvo:!  Minard's Liniment fon r������ltlnfl Out of  HaEr ,*.-   ' ;..*.,   .....  pontroal, Que.*-���������I'l-'or threo months  I  i^ras  under tho  galj no hotter  plalnlnK of my kidneys. Finally*,, I  to0k Br. Pierce's Anurio > Tablets  und don't complain any more. I havo<  gained-In weight and am btill gain?  in|, my appetite la groat and Bleep  hcwi'come to mo, That is whatJDr.  PWrco'a Anuric (kidney and back-  ac^.o) Tabic ta havo tioma for me. ������  do: truly roodmrnond thorn to *tboB<*  who ayo Buffering the way I did. Tho  tattlets are mighty KOoil.thouRh not  oxpenBlve; easy to buy, but bard to  bolt."���������T. A. Brown, 415 Dorchester  St^'W.* ' ��������� "  *0oa't "wait for serious, kidney ailment to flet In. ITclp your weakened  kldnoyu. with Dr. Pierce's Anurio. At  alf. dnsst oLorcs or Bond 1.0c to Dr.  PI(prca'u Ajaboratory lu. jl-ji-iUaebur-ys,  Out.,'"for trial plre.  Dyed A Sweater  ,     ;���������       And Skirt With  Diamond Dyes  Every "Diamond Dyes" package  tells.how to dye or tint any worn, faded garment or drapery a newxrich color that will not streak, spot, fade, or  run. Perfect home dyeing is guai*an-  teod with Diamond Dyes even iC you  liavo never dyed' before. Just tell  your druggist whether JJio material  you wish to dyo ia wool"' or slllc, or  whether it is linen, cotton, or mixed  goods. Por -fifty-ono years millions of  .women havo been -using "Diamond  Dyes'! to add y*nrs of wear to their  old,: shabby' waists,, skirts, dresses,  coal.'*'.'1 Dwcatcrn. trtoolducf-***, tlrnporiopi,  hanginga, everything 1  ���������i  ���������    ���������  .'.Dilvon by a small electric motor, a  rotary razor, invented by a Texan, is  claimed to .give a man ai clean Hhuve  In a minute.  SELL tTS YOijIt SPARE TIME.    Y6U  <!ftn earn  Fifteen   to   Fifty  Dollars  Weekly writing showcards at lio me.  No    canvassing..    Pleasant,    profitable     profession, ^easily,    quickly  .learned by our ^l^plo^irai-thl^ block ,    .._  '" "system.1"   Xrllsllc','.':,,abuity'',''unheces-'"  sary.      We instruct you and yupply  you  work.      Wilson  Methods, Ltd:,  Dept., 99. Toronto, Canada..-   *mwmimm**~t~mttmtmmmmm*ttmtttmtmmmmm44mtm\   iiiwiiumiii        i       "���������"���������'��������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������w���������i     mimW  SALESMEN   WANTED  'M  LARGEST COMPANY ��������� R12SOUUCI3S  ������10,000.000; sclllnj,' guaranteed tollot  artU'les, spices, extract.1?, proprietary  -medicines, auto supplies direct to  consumer, over GO years. of������era exception.U opportunity to earnest lute!!(front  men; experience iinnccewsary; surety required. Write today. Tho J. R. Watliina  ���������Comi'uny, Dept. It. Wlnulpeir. Man.  SlltiBnn'a Home  'V rflftlmcnt for  Kpilepsy. Fits and  Nervoua 3>lBorilorH.  ThoiiPnnda of let-  1������m irons ssati.'jtind  nsera. Benvl for  freo l������ooltlM. Wm.  Co.    of    Canada.    2GII  Stinson    -Remedy  Only    tho  agony* oC cor  "apply Holloway  get^rollof.  unlntormed endure the-t I  na. .The kuovviug v.icn -. |  ray'o  Corn Kern over nnd \ \  ' America's  'j 'i*.i.��������� 4-i;  I)o������  Iteniedl^it  HOOK  ON  poa "DisEAsrca  ���������TLi'd   How   to   fct-tX  Atallo-ii   l-*reo   to any  Ad J res ~ by* tho  Author  IL   CLAY   CU.-OVKU  i-O..   INi*.,  New    York,   U.S.A.'  Goods wore sold in "Englurul at one  time bylfghtlng an inch of candle, the  hlghc&t bidder before tho candle wnt  out.received tho goadH.  Irutiu'bi     Li<<l mwiii     *-4,  Palna  IF YOUR  if FTFUIM A IJI& l\l  ������m mtiiiiHiiifiii  ���������������  Uses "* *C\i tier's  Serums md Vacein-cth-ri*  dis-.tii. U.s hctt to *uii������:rvf ,t.~t  cr-nrrmrfUfi <>i������  -tnt Unf taun.tot  ft~ju.ftli.uii;.  I  X*0**t-10 0.'  i  The Cutter X~thor~.tory  Berkeley (.U.& *Ura������t) Caliroml*  ���������a������lW������WIW>t>WlW*fWlMJ  ngttummamtm  .wmMMUlNMttMMMMM  i#������������<*tia<wj;;.^^iiiiiii*ii������������MiM������iiiwii^ aXa^0^Kai~~~-~^--^t=>������^  THE ClfcESSOH JtEVHSW  Orae-Simi* Buckle  Luitable  for sti-eet wear and  specially priced at  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every ~ft~~t~~y at Creston, B.C.  Subscription: 82.50 ayc&r in advance*  93.00 to U.S. pointe.  C P. ffA-sriGB. Editor and Owner,  CRESTON. B.C.. FKII>AY, MAR. 23  witb   excellent  Above   all   do   eomfortable  shoes    contribute   to   the  pleasure of any outing trip.  Thfese, with low walking heels  null  _������_,  appeal particularly to  the woman who demands  perfection of line as well as  comfort in her footwear.  Two special models:  DarhSrown Raseiesst Leather  Black Calf Skin  All sizes.  SALE ������F ESFBfi? BARE IM Mil  There will b*������ sold, by public auction  on Saturday. March 31st* at 2 o'clock  p.no. One mare, ab^t three years  old, and one sofit* abont eight months  old. Sale at bam of Canyon City  Lumber Compassf*. "Ltd.. Canyon City.  3. V. Sos^ aisettisneer.   Teems  eaah.  Now is the Accepted Time  For a town thai has not, of Sate,  been in the habit of taking its  religious life seriously it ia a bit  remarkable to bear references to  tbe amount of good that is being  done by the Rev.F. A. Robinson  and his assistants at the evangel-  tsitic services that are in progress  at St. Stephen's Church, in which  both the Methodist and Presbyterian congregations are co-operating.  While the penitent-beach feature  of the oldtime revival is Absent*  isone the less is believed te be the  good accomplished by the workers  in charge, and with some tbe belief  prevails that the effect will be more  lasting than is -generally the case  with these over-night public con*  versions���������-more especially with the  Yourag.  Tn the way of doing good to individuals, much that ispraiseworthy  will he accomplished.. Bnt what of  the future? In a few days the  evangelist and his helpers will be  no longer-with us, and is the seed  - that they have sown likely to come  to fullest' fruition if the divided  state Greston finds itself in spiritually is permitted to continue, particularly with the Methodist section  of the community, which finds itself  pastorless, and likely to be in that  state for some weeks to come; for  reasons there is no occasion to state  here.  For at least a week previous to  the opening of this evangelistic  | campaign the Presbyterians and  Methodists were able to unite in  special services of prayer and intercession for the success of the Robin-  at Consistent Prices, guaranteed to give satisfaction  Dominion and Goodyear Tires and Tubes  in all sizes, fabric and cord.  Well assorted stock of Genuine   Chevrolet  and Ford Parts.  Full line of Accessories and spare parts.  MATTERY CHARGING       :       A&JTZb LIVERY  Creston Service Oarage  ialt&SlATGL   5Zf?0&.  CBJBVBOUBl" "-gOTOR. CABS AND  xnXTCKS  AQ_~ENra -  FA"mBA"N**SB--fiaOKS"E: UGHTIN������  PLANTS & GAS BNGINKS  t  J JjAsfc year my neighbor my neighbor purchased 'BTJEUHra'  FERTILIZER and as a result sold 103 boxes of Jonathan  Apples ho sold 100 boxes of Ko. 1 apples.  His neighbor did not use Burns' Fertilizer and as a result  he bad 103 boxes of apples on which he lost 10 cent* a box,  besides the box, a total of $89.00 lost.  Had he used $12 worth of Burt)*' Fertilizer he would have  approximately $90 for lib apph  Are you going to repeat law-it year*������ experience, or be wleo  ���������and ffrrttfa:**-*-?.  T. Mm EDMONDSON.  P. 8,���������8t~ me for your Alfalfa 8e������d Atid Spray Materials.  I  son evangel���������and  results, " ~  For at least three Sundays and  five sights a week, for almost three  weeks, th������y have been able to be of  one accord in one place in an endeavor to deepen the spiritual life  of the Valley.  .Methodist musicians have oo*  cuined places alongside Presbyterians in the latter's- church, and the  children have been able to gather  for three Sundays under one roof  to take their /Sunday school in-  st-rnotion* and certainly ncne haye  been the worse for it.  A Methodist .piano has been used  to heip out the service of praise,  and seats from the Methodist  -Qburoh have been used in the kirk,  and Methodist and Presbyterian  have sat cheek by jowl, and both  inwardly and outwardly have exclaimed that it has been good for  them to be there���������indiscriminately  mixed though they were.  But on the 28th, if present arrangements hold, the evangelist  and his helpers will be gone, and  what then? Are the seats that  were no respecters of persons during the special services to be carted  back to their former ScSvaH&n  abode?  And the vocalists who felt so  much at home ranging the praises  of the Almighty together; are they,  on April 1st. to be pouring forth  their notes for  the benefit of Pres-  tat  byterian  or Methodist ears exclusively? ~    ,.  And the youngsters, are they to  be cooped up in hatffuls in separate  edifices, aqd given to believe that  the big time, and the good tune  they had in common for three Sundays was really a bad thing after  all?  The Presbyterians and Methodists of Creston "have done themselves proud in - pitting over ihe  present evangelistic campaign, hut  what is the worl$, -going to say if  they don't in future practice what  they have been preaching and  practising to such excellent advantage for a three weeks* period?  If by united effort in prayer and  intercession the Almighty has  made it possible to worship him  unitedly in all the fulness of beauty  and holiness for three weeks, surely  He who is able to save by many or  by few can continue the good work  indefinitely if the two uniting den  damnations will approach the bigger  work in the same energetic fashion  they went at the evangelistic effort;  Surely it is not again to be a case,  in the present spiritual extremity  of the town, of "another littlespurfc,  and the ingathering of a few/' and  let it go at that.  It has been very truly said that  "God moves in a. mysterious way  His wonders to perform,*' and if  there wan ever a time when this  excellent axiom held good it is  right now in Creston; and it. after  following the excellent results that  have been aohievedby united effort,  the old order of things is resorted  to one might not be putting it too  strong in observing that it may be  more tolerable for Felix and  Festus in the day of judgment than for those who pass up  the present opportunity "to show  that an ohristiano they really do  love one another, aud that regard-  lens of any so-called doctrinal difference or social likes and dislikes* in  things spiritual they ean gather  around one and the same common  altar and pay their respects to the  Father of alt  Kot7 mrach l������>������g<&*r th������ eJ>i*-S&&l&ra  conscience of the community oan  go on taking missionary money to  pay for Creston's spiritual guidance  when there are enough and to spare  to finance their own religions obligations, and thoreby make avail-  aW-ft many htmd-*������-WI*of -dnllo,*"*, th**-.  now oome here from home mission  tHJ-Mdw, for real and needed "sntcaion-  ionary  work, is beyond the comprehension of the Review.  - By way of encouragement it  might bo stated that at Grand  Forks, where there is no Presbyterian pastor, the Gazette tells that  an effort is under -way to bring  about tonkin in that town. Why  not a similar move at Creston;  where the situation, denominationally considered, is reversed?.  In b������uer to spare the, pride, too,  of one of the , -suggested uniting  denominations, it might be well to  recall that the. mission board last  week announced that there would  be #200,6001,00 less * for home missions this year than last. Why  not get together and possibly spare  them the necessity of ^enforcing  such a course cf action here?  On Saturoay the farmers of  Creston Valley were able to unanimously adopt a policy whereby  they will co-operate 100 per cent,  strong in an effort to better their  worldly lot, In commercial circles  the 2S3V& is ever lis the -same direction. Under the present some  what favorable state of affairs in  the looal religious realm it is unthinkable that we aire to have a  ee!*iii!m������������i@& of the pw-ssmt e@@������  petitive system whereby Cresson  Valley is . spiritually over-fed���������  thanks to the generosity of the  home mission officials���������while the  heathen continue to bow down to  wood and stone; denied the hearing  of the gospel in part through  Creston's . selfishness in matters  spiritual. -  How Js the accepted time, and  now is the day of salvation, and if  Creston Presbyterians and Meth-  odists^pasa up the present opportunity to come together, whilst the  Bobinson revival may be reckoned  quite an individual success, so far  as the community is concerned it  will be quite a failure.  And lest the Anglican friends  should -consider that t������d united  church movement has nothing to  do with them, we" would very  deferentially observe that it is high  time they were casting off ' their  garments of semi-exolusiveness and  lending a hand in a much-needed  demonstration that Christ's command to "go into all the world and  preach the gospel to every creature**  could not possibly mean that competitive systems were to be set up  in Canada, at any rate, causing  denominational oompetition atd incidentally fine livings with comparative jpomfort in many oases and  the heathen world to a very large  extent yet ignorant of the gospel  story.  Am Me^mlf-Sltl  L?  Men's Half Soles, $1,25  Women'BHai������S6le&.$3.0������  Guaranteed for 6 months.'  Imi ft������t AeisaiBiiiib  to  9B.30 am aero.  *Pn-csapttcm  ao-of  v-cgr-eg !asd������ &s2p.~      ~~mS  eeeoBd-alaaa *c  ooaftned to  land sattafela for ~~a~r~c~3it~~t~~~~t egspsoes  and which to non-timber Band.  ^ S-a-rtnersbip pre-easptSoae ateoliahog.  crat partleo or not ssoro ���������tbaa fs������������r ~~~s&  vwft   for   aAJaeoat   pra-omntloaa  aocMoajy imsffawwaante tm -raqMetlvo -  -esftnlBa.     ������������������ A-  ^PK'o-eoiptoav tvtact ~t*mis& .olalmft for-  fhro jrww mis ante Smsrovoineata -fee  veloo <������ fie por mttnt, Saelufflns t&o~~K-  l������s������ eolttvaatoa dP as leoote aas������������..  Jofo rewofcrtnar Orowa Qmat  Whotro BTO^omptor tn oooropatton aot  low fluu 8 yeftra. aad haaomde pn-  ������Ortl������������**������ !sS5S-STSSSSSt& **35 5i������7. Bv-  eeuae of Ut-hoalt^ ������r ^ker ou^ too  sntntofi tetermetftato oortlfleate t~t te������-  svoromont aad traoaffar tola claim.  Records witfeont ponaaauit raal-  donpo may be tamed, prorrtdod sppll-  eant nukkeo JmprovomoatB to oxteov <a  4900 por aanum ta~~t roeords same oaofc  ~*9~~r.   WUvrts to mAke JmproTomeetB  C?   imiwu'   SSiiiv   Wui   VjXMttte   OS   tOt~  OPUS'S? 8 srosjna, aad laaprovemonto  or S10.00 per aero, utetttdlns 5 acros  Moored and cultivated, and reeideaco -  of at least S -jreora -ure -required, m  Pro-omptor hoMlngr Crovrtt ^nu������  Butjr record another sore-oinsiUoB. St &a "  roqtalreo land In cosriaaotfon vHbbto  tara^ -without actual oeenpatten, provided Btatatorjr nap-ra-resneats aaado  aad realdoaoo taalntalaed on Crown  granted land.  "aras-ugyayed areas, act eseeedias* t-  UUo to Bio obtained after fomSinj  cenUal aad taupsavonoat oosdld   8eSS? **������ W* P������*������������ ������������* -comnany.   -  SSfll. factory oa* fejSssfrfaE e&sa ������^  timber Band  sot  oxooodlnc   49  soar bo puroliased; oondlttoaa inti������do  pumaent o������ stuxnpaso.  .Katural h~~r nwAom tnanfimnmlTjIiH  ���������qr OTtotlna* roads aaay bo n-oiohased  MndlUoBaTvpon oonstrttetloa off a road  to them. Rebate ������f one-half ������f east t~t  road, not oaeeoodlos half of ^^  pirlcow Ip mado.  ta  pRst.ee������i-roR8������  yjxh* ������������������������������ ������* naa ~~~~% ts  nv ^ncn jui iniWifriiiiTO B BV  Unto *4rtthla wjnohthehcter  of a doooacod pre^mater  for UU������ ander ithtoXtt to TO������^.  "������ff^"^f. *y.>ga|L>>wafcJ***a J������������������a  oaea-necMn, as fonaorlK;  aatti <~���������  war.- This prlvnaso ta also node *"���������������  ^ Ko foos v^aSSnartopmH^imatlo      -  duo or pajn^TV oSSgtmrcai  oonpUons reoordeOattor J-oao Sf.  ���������ftgoo aro romlttod for.avS^  "FTovtefoa for. return of tnoi.  eraod. due and been paid alaoo  *, l������l������. on aoeount ^m������s^<.  or taxes est ooldlore' pn^anptlODaL  Xntorost oa asreomoato to pwSwm  .*UB-������������URCHAJB������^o^ ������ajovWN  made   for  ^Krovlsfcw  Crown  of  of  Uorsbs For Baud���������Twenty Rood  work horses, match teams, young and  sound, weigh from2800 to8200. Haye  aorae good ranch horses. Canyon  Oity jLumber.Co., I>td.������ Creston.  _   ...     sranto to eob-purehasera    ���������  -l^^~~~~l~tT<~~\~tt*^^~^~?rl^ta *������������������  Ailment ef conditions of proof  torest and taxos. Whero oub-  ors do not dalm vboto of orlalna] ear.  af* w~~s~~r%2������~s~_~~r ������  must  b������  Otaalng  efer*3oDmettt  mM*MHa.Zi..i ,.y'z+Z'-  -^ -. _ nw9SfS~~~. ������"^55rw-  video for naatnaj dlstrlota and raniM  adrntnTtftratlon ��������� tinder *%Z~~~^L.tZ^S  Annual mutlnn* permits lssuod taMd  Hntod owners. Bfook-ownore mav  Vonn joosoolatlono for ranso manaSo*  niont.   VlfOOt" o* pa#tia8ly '.frco. ijcruSta  toton* hS3L ������<UMP*ln" ^ tr***1'^*- ������V  Try the Drugstore Pint  vsstc  PARENTS, don't blame ue, but the  Ducks, Chickens, Rabbits and  ^Oa^kwek ms ttBMk ' ^gmg_  %imi*HH*CiPC'SPBr*51Bi''C'   Ptfyt-tr'S^Srfl     M?-fScil?  will make the youngsters happy  Easter Greetings and! Post Cards  Every Easter requisite is here at the right prico.  Bull I 1 lb   MIA*| infiilr      llll  B^f^ B DBEL^W^D VvMlj   Llll  Jh~ts~ttt %NRQter& a  Speciality..  Jfffiono ��������� tSert-iCm.  JrT&n&ifllS jnoBVWsbCWI  ~~-~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~mt~~~~~~~~t~m  \.,tm\iMimmmmm I  ������f>  *y  f>--  100 f*eir Cent Co-  Qperation Sure  -  ^S'r- Z *   '" * P  [Continued fro*n Page 1  gurnents advanced at the Staples-  Union coin ference,'that tbe -bese possible course, of action would be ta  follow the conssnUtee's report.  ~*  The cHairtwan next called oa -Jas."  AdWd-to speak- on behalf of Creston  Fruit Growers Union directors, and he  heartily endorsed: the report sobniitt-  ed. Speaking for his growers; R. J[$.  StapWalso .endorsed lhe ' proposals.  They were quite in accord with those  adopted by the "-Staples'- growers meet  ing onvMonday, and represented in  that way >the -sentiment of 'atlenst SO  per cent, of the. Valley tonnage.      ^  For convenience- of adoption, of ihe  select committee report ther essence of  the agreement haa Been,' compressed  -into seven points?" und these' ������rere  then submitted -to the-meeting* serri-*  atusn, with, opportunity given for  discussion and: questions before'each/  clause was declared - approved oft a.'  standing vote in which none dis&ented.  The seven point's' adopted tfa-e:       - - "*  *. iirap Mw.uiemoei-8 oi tnis tocai be  not required to pay the 5c. and lc. pet-  box .referred to in paragraph 4 and 4b  of the Membership and Marketing:  Agreement respectively.  2. That, this local  should   not  be-re  q^ed^to",-pool its fruit with-that  of  ri*jjjr    wtuer   uiatriCt,    Uudcr    ������    district  name.   - *���������   .-  3. That this local shall not be required to pav towards the expense or  creation or creating^, sub central: " '���������  - 4. That this local shall be free to  make sales of produce.  5. That the local and special advan  tages���������geographical, freight nnd otherwise���������be preserved to this community.  6. That    proceeds    of   sales    made  _through the Co Operative organization  on account of this local shall be p. id  directly to this local and notXhroiieh  the central.   * - -  7. That the local shall act with the  Co-Operative to the beet advantage of both, particularly in the holding up and standardizing of grade and  produce, and_.in * the stabilizing of  prices.  ''  The recommendation is -also made  that the directors in submitting, the  proposals to the Go-Operative make  everv endeavor that this local shall be  permitted to usethe OR brand off its  products. - ,   .-���������-,-    y   ---   - ���������  With an^ce^n^lyij^ci^espja^  THE  CMBSTQN  BEVIEW  ation by Chairman" Garland, followed  by the- unqualified approval of  representatives of both the Union and  Staples Fruit Company, none' of the  clauses evoked -very much discussion.  Amidst great applause ,a. vote of  thanks to the select committee, sis well  ������s fche'* previous 'committeer"wbich  carried on from the time of the Taylor-  Harmon meeting.until two weeks ago,  was adopted, and the closing feature  of a session that has united the growers  of Greston Valley, ir. one co-operative  selling-organization- was the adoption  of the following resolution: -;  Whereas   this    meeting   Is   of   the  opinion that the growers of this di&  trict can   co operate 100, per cent, on  the basis recommended   by  the conr  niittee;  And whereas this meeting is of the  opinion that such co-operation is  absolutely essential to the district;  And whereas this  meeting  is" of the  opinion that such co operation can be  most economically and advantageously  obtained by using the facilities bv way  off buildings and equipment of Creston  Fruit Glowers Union, Limited;,,  - And- whereas a new board "of "direct-8  ors and executive ,of the said Creston  Biiut Growers Union. Limited, will be  elected jnn Wednesday, March 21st;  '    Now be it resolved that *this meeting  carry outr the  recommendations presented by the committee and that the  members   present    at-   this    meeting  pledge  themselves, to sign   an  agree.  ment in the terms  recommdnded *foy  the   committee,   and   that   the    new  directors and executive of the Creston  .#rust   Grower-S    Union,    Limited,    be  tmixr.,tx.at~v4i   4-^^  s...���������--.-.  ~..^x   ^tu..     =__  a ^vj.., u������^d_ iw vsixx't y -ui������u -Line recotijmen  uations of the committee.  .-["With 100 per cent, cooperation  assured by this arrangement the  proposal is to operate tinder the name  ������"-���������-- -        n(J jdefence that   his   opponent   found   it  of Creston Fruit Growers Union, a  all possible; -speed will . be made at  getting the new contract signed and  negotiations opened with the Co Oper  ative at'Vernon.  Seeds for le West  Selected.    Early,    Hard v.   Piodnctive  Varieties    for   Field,   Garden  and Lawn. ^ .  COMPLETE STOCKS CARRIED af REGINA  Write for Illustrated Catalogue.  SEND ORDERS HERE.   8  Steele,Briggs Seed Co,, Limited  ���������    i ^E^lNA^^    i^ats- -.--jtift-A-SK. ������.-*���������*-*<  iC"  s  y v.  Amateur Mit and  Mat Work Pleases  [Continued from Page 1  argument for the first two rounds.  Stewait, who was in'the pink-of condition, showed his real class in the  thiid round and had he had about  another minute to come and go" on  wouSd most likely have gotthe decision  with a k.o.. By repeated clinches.  Castongnay negotiated the thii d round  and well deserved the decision gained  on points.      ,���������,-  Charlie ("Sailor'-') Smith made the  mistake of his life when he tried to  put- "Red" Lairson"6"������.it with his rash  tactics in the.opening round. Smith,  who was plainly-not in condition,  certainly made it snappy for some  seconds, but when Larson realized  whatr^Smith was attempting to put  oyer he came back in the same vigorous fashion and after about two minT  utes off heavyweight mixing he sent  Smith to the floor for a count of six,  and half a minute later landed his  opponent in the stilar plexus, and it  was some seconds after the'-fateful ten  hef������V������'e    *"he   cs������i"l������*n   o-ima    4-rv        T nmc.v~t   Z���������  ��������� ������������������.        ~~~-���������     000.0.���������~       ~.0000V        trt.0 004Q0.X OV4 Xt     IC*  certainly a pretty battler to watch in  action. He ~is a clean, " upstanding  fighter, fresh looking and always alert,  whose every move indicates confidence  born of considerable ring experience-  Fred Ben bam i\n<\ L. ^Lewis of  Kitchener gave a great three rounds  of clean cut ring work. Ben ham was  the speedier of the  pair   and   had   a  Fotmi Sale Notes  ���������*" 4 ���������      r  What do you intend to do with your sale  notes? Bring them to this Bank for discount  or safe keeping* You will find prompt, courteous and complete banking service at our  nearest branch.  STI  IMPERIAL.. BANK  ���������BuRsa  C, "W. ALLAN,  OF CAJKAJOtAtx  CRESTON BRANCH,  Manager.  hard to penetrate. Lewis, however,  always looked a dangerous opponent  with the necessary^ punch to do great  execution when opportunity presented.- The judge's 'decision went to  Ben ham by a narrow margin.  The officials of tjit- evening were:  Judges���������Major Mallandaine and Campbell Blair. Timekeepers���������C. G. Bennett and .bis. 'Cherrington. Wrestling  refe ree���������Alf. ^ -Pa 1 mer. Corp. Sm i th  was the third-man in the ring with  the���������three preliminaries, whilst A. C.  Pierson handled the St'evvart-Caston-  guay go. Alex. Stewart, sr.. of  Nelson handled the-two" final boots,  all the officials giving excellent satis-  factic n.  4 1. -  A good   word is 3ue  Messrs. Lewisi  .Larson. Stewart and*Stfiith"for lending  ftfiattd *m this -occ^icnlT^Tne'quarteUe'  gave their services pfirely for the'love"  ofthe-sport rand in every way proved  themselves spj3*tsmen-of.high calibre.  There wits quite   a  large   contingent  down   from   Kitchener   to   see   their  favorites in action, whilst from *Nelson  came Alex;. Stewart, sr.,  and Messrs.  Kirby atid Fererno, the latter a Nelson  battler who was"looking  Lewis  over,  with a-view to taking him on in a ten  round light at Nelson next month.  The affair was ,iquite a success  financially. After taking care of all  Lhe expenses about ^$75 .was turned  over to treasurer Bennett to apply on  the   debt   remaining' on   the   soldier  monument.  j'  JAS. ADLARD  PAINTER  WALLPAPER SAMPLES  CRESTON  E SALE  Under and by virtue  of the powers  contained   An . a   certain    mortgage.,  which will be .produced at  the time of  sale, there -will  be offered for s*tle bv  public auction   on   Tuesday,   the-3rd  cbiy of ApriK 1923,  at the  Sour of one  thirty   o'clock (Standard time)  in the  afternoon, at the dwelling house upon  Lot 27 of Lot 891^ Group One,   Knosvn  as Mountain Vie^* Ranch,  at Creston,  B.C.. the following   prooertv -situate  near Cieston, B.C.. and more particu  larly described^ Lot 27   of   Lot   891;  fTr*r������r������iir������   (\n-.  ������������������    ���������0-0.00 ...0.3X-.  698.  TTrt...   ten ay   j_������isti-icfc, -Map  Thepnperty wilLbe sofd subject to  a reserve bid.- Twenty {20} perl cent of  the purchase price fco be paid.in cash  at the time of sale, and the balance in  accordance with the-terms, ahd-^con  d������tions_to be made known at the time  of the sale.  For further particulars  apply to the  undersigned.  Dated at Creston, B.C., the 28th dav  of February. 1923.       - *   "  O. B, GARLAND,     7 -  Solicitor foi3'the Vendor.  Greston. B.C.  The Vendor is advised that- the  property consists of farming land ap-  proximately 30 acres in extent, and  that there is thereon a dwelling house-  bar-n and outhouses. There Ts upon  said land severeal hunndred fruit  trees, bearing various varieties of  apples, and also other fruit trees;  besides alfalfa pasture land of approx-'  innately nine acres.  Mm  F*L.A-STi~zREn  &L.AIN A a~f./VA~~.~~i~Vrj-L.  OOtVGRSTJE W&RK  (Canyon)      BRICKSON P.O.  .    B.  C.  Is there any  Meat in the  ~ House?  This is  the tirsfc ques  tion that presents itself  tO>     '"���������he     hOUSff"11*"**0     *���������'     tmvrx  00��������� ~ ��������� v        ���������...10���������00.-.   ���������.-.        m^ %~00  unexpected visitor drops  in for a meal. But why  worry?  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest   Quality  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat.  Bologna, &c.  :are always to be had  here. In meats nothing  quite equals' ���������Shamrock*  products.  ���������    ���������  d y it r^  & GO., Ltd.  Fon   Sale���������on    Exchange���������Pure"  bred Jersey  bull,  sixteen months old  A. H. Piggot. W.yhhdel.  The  are  inning, and the weather will soon be getting hqt f  ing  We have just opened a shipment which includes  PINK TROUSENAIN  One  of England's ohoioe Memorized Cottons���������^  Riiitnble for, Dresses, Waists or  Dainty Underwear,. .  ENGLISH WASHJVELL GINGHAMS  36 inches wide, in all new desi-gus.  POTTER'S PRINTS  Fast colors.  PRINTED VOILES  Dress lengths, in a variety of ohoioe patterns iind  colorings. ,  CANADIAN PRINTS  Other now arrivals include Canadian Prints at  "25o., iu a variety of colorings, b~fco.  CAPS For MEN  Several different, but all now, styles.  *      .     i ��������� ' ,      ... * ��������� ��������� .  Murray's   Derby   Shoes  for Men  have  also  arrived  Bolter values are given liiku for years past.    All new styles.  COME   AND   SEE   THEM  CEITtR e3^^ ^^yOk ^^t^^^ f^^^^a ^9& ^ ^^ ' i5I s^^^ ff*^^Ba 'J'^^BJSL    JSi    W~%.  H CSSSSSs ^3 ������59       ^bbbki ^*j������bu.    -~*~t~~~~*.   emu    ua^t -m..a*M-..     m^a    x^*   ^ ^^    _^  if FKI ON  IVlFlinflNTil F  pflBUiPJIMV  ri" ""^ *K~mm������m.    stttmrnW*       ���������*���������       t^^gf   mm     ^gg f^   |gi |g| -fMHWHWM W    HH ^Jjpr JB0     *m Qj    wSj  '   HH      ftm' tMgaam bSLmmw WjL^Ms Hftyjnp B9 fSf Q E9 gtmmtM Hi   W      HH  LlfyilTEO  GENUINE ASSISTANCE  _     .        TO FARMERS  That this Bank is anxious to assist the agci-  cultural development of Canada is shown  by the fact that two-thirds of our borrowing  customers are farmers*.  Aa applicatioo. for credit from you will  be given tiie most considerate treateoieai.'  ������8S.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF *S���������SvM^eE  : CRESTON BRANCH, a G. Bennetti ManaVerJ ���������"-  0^1  Hot Air  Steam  and  Hot Water  Heating  Sheet Metal Work.    A good stock of Pipe  and Pipe Fittings on hand.     ,  Ei W. RVGKM AN, -Creston  mWmmWmW    v������Bp    -{WffB-f&U     m aaWS^S  Prepare your BuiMSnffs  for Winter  We have just the kind of Lumber you need  to do tnis'work.  Protect your house from Fire hy  building a Brick Chimney  We have the Brick 1  Also Lime, Cement, Shingles, Lath, Mouldings, Ac.  fflUJLlW B     mmmmmtL. m. 0. ~tm  HdlB|Ull   liliy   LU1I1U6I   tJUHfpilliy  LIMITED  #--w*sw&-#������^^  f^^^mu^m liP-*:  te' 'i  ^.rt^-uP" "i������iMv&i#lrr*-.-^l*' IWirf-K-^r' i������i -N*-^*^**?***.*--*--:  ���������X-  - *  /,'  THE   BEVIEW,    CRESTON,   B.    C.  "How good it smells'*���������for it is  packed freslra roasted," and th.e  doubly sealed caxi preserves its  rare aroma and flavor* so  17ake Down  rT������1 T> %  X tie .oars:  Saskatchewan spent $1,000,000 on  roads last year and Ontnrio 520,000,-  000. .     '     -  Fires caused damage in British  Columbia during 1922 amounting to  $2,SG5,756. /  The Britisii warship Curlew leCl  Kingston, Jamaica, suddenly owing to  a report of rioting in one of the West  Indian colonies.  J. A. Westmaa, Hol-mer* prominent  Regina business man. and al one tjme  publisher of Thc Regina Daily Province, died recently at Vancouver after  a-long illneps.  The Soviet Govern-moril has launched a nation-wide campaign to stamp  out ihe corruption of public ofhcials  with throat of penalty of flagrant  ���������offenders.  Mrs, Ambrose Small.filed in Surrogate  Court a co���������ny of a will made in  1903 by the late J. A. Small leaving his  ��������� entire estate to her.      Attached to it  An Ottawa despatch appenrinK recently in Uic press sets forth the dis-  ' turbing fact that I'or the nine months ending "December 31st last, immigration  to Canada decreased 25 per cent, as compared with the corresponding nine  mcnlh-s- ol* 1921. All classes of immigration were affected, British immigrants numbering S,000 less. United States 6,000, and other countries 6,000, a  total decline ol" 20.000.  This is the result lour years after the war was concluded under the restrictive laws imposed on the country by rouson'of wav and after-war conditions. It. certain countries in Kurope \wish to act as if 1he wan* is still in progress, we in Canada can hardly prevcm it, but surely in our own interests wo  should rescind our Avar enactments and strive with all our might to restore, |-was an affidavit- stating her belief that  ashlar as possible, the normal conditions and activities ot peace. \ small died December 2   1*919'  1 Fortunately,, evidence is not lacking thac, whatever the leaders of organized labor unions may say or do. the masses of the Canadian people are aw ale-.  ., ening to the fact tha't, instead of being benefitted, they are being victimized  through the present virtual prohibition of immigration to Canada.  Nobody in his senses advocates the removal of all bars to immigration  and a return to conditions v.hich at one time prevailed. There must continue  to be strict, and absolute prohibition of tlie entry into Canada of the physically  unfit, oi the criminal class, and mom ally unsound, the moral degenerates, and  those professionally agitators of the communistic and "Red" groups. Canada offers no place for such, who could only be a source of weakness and not  of strength, terrible and expensive liabilities and not. national assets.  Bxit'lh*> present ]*>o"iioy of refusing admittance to all but those-who agree  and are able to at once settle on the land or engage in service as domestics  calls I'or immediate modification. Not only does the existing law' practieallj:,,  shut out. all others, bui for years there has been a-popula** belief ihat Canada  should confine its efforts to the obtaining *gj!_.those two classes among people-  of the Anglo-Saxon race, and principally front, the British Isles. Yet it is a  well known" fact tliat tho number of available immigrants from the Britisii  Isles of the agricultural and domestic class is extremely limited. ;ln other  word*, we are willing to accept what we cannot get and refuse to take good  workers in other walks of life. - ���������* .  Tho double with agriculture in Canada today is. the high'cost of production and marketing. There i.s little prospect-of the selling price, of agricultural products increasing to a figure sulpciently large to bear thfese heavy  cpsts and yet leave a reasonable margin of profit to the farmer. Betterment,  can bnly.be effected through a reduction in production and marketing'costs.  How is such betterment to be brought about: so long as the entire labor market  is kept, as a close, preserve for organized labor, and the immigration policy is '  dictated by and  framed to suit the labor leaders? /  King Victor Emmanuel has set aside  3,000,000 lire from his private purse  for enlargement of the buikii-ng of the  International Institute of Agriculture,  which was constructed in 1906 at his  expense.  A survey, which~wiir take into consideration possibilities for future electrification of northern and western,  line's of the Canadian "National Railways, will-fee undertaken sit an*: early  date, it is learned.  Against New FangSec! Ideas  Jf or Hiccups and'.-neait  .Here Is aGoad!Prescription  Railway and other transportation charges cannot be materially reduced  so long as our public service companies are compelled to grant unreasonably  short hours, pay unreasonably high wages, employ several men to do"the'work  of which one is capable, and* are largely precluded irom recruiting new'ancl  efficient, employees through the engagement of * apprentices? How can the!  costs ot implements, clothing, building-materials of all kinds, and other prime  necessities of the farmer be lowered When the supply of common laborers so  essential to the carrying on of tiny anc#all industry is completely shut off?  -At the recent annual convention of the Saskatchewan Grain Growers'  Association, some home .truths were stated by Cr. P.* Chipman. editor of the  Oram Growers' Guide, in regard to this subject. He urged Selective immigration as necessary, but immigration selected to meet all the needs of Canada. Present economic conditions, Mr. Chipman pointed out, were the result,  of the boom.which prevailed prior to the war, followed by the war with its  .fictitious prosperity. During that period of inflation we had created a plant  in trie shape, of railways, industries, public buildings and services, all on borrowed money, capable oi' taking care of a much larger population than Western  Canada,   possessed.  The burden is too great for fhe present small population. The created  plant should be worked to rail capacity, and that desirable and necessary condition can only be brought about through increase in population, and that in-  cr;-i>o must be obtained ihrough immigration.  Common labor is necessary it skilled labor is to be provided with remun-  >n������.livo ar.d steady employment. Population is essential if there is to be a  hUfTicL-:-mly large buying power to consume the products of labor. Yet present *mmigration laws have bul one effect upon the supply of common labor���������  dejdeies ir. The saw-rce of common labor largely has been immigration of  slimr*. ,,..;unbi* ions winkers from others nations where opportunities are limited or alnuy-i. entirely withheld from the masses. These men and wonien  caivr.* to Canada in the past glad to work, able to work and grateful for the  opportunity. Canada absorbed tliem in the past and was prosperous. Their  immiirraiion now wouhl assist in bringing about a revival of business. Why,  ii.i.*;-., >.;*-*'.���������.���������������������������*.' :V.ri door k> tliem?  Nothing brings such satis factory re  lief as slowly sipping a few drops of  -���������'Nerviline" in sweetened water.*--Nerviline .relieves those conditions! that  cause the hiccups, 3tvst as.it does soUr  risings, gas belching and fermentation  in the stomach. For acute stomach  pains, bloating, nausea and similar  ills, rely on trusty old Nerviline," the  true friend of every family. Sold by.  all Dealers, 35c per bottle."  A decree published in Constantinople ihas forbidden the manufacture,  sale    and    consumption    oi'    alcoholic  drinks. , .  Ontario    Farmers    Severely    Criticize  Motion  Picture Shows  Provincial fair associations are'discussing general improvements of rural  fairs  and the  elimination  oE undesirable. fea'tm*es.in-Ontario.      More than  a score of delegates from Perth, Huron  -and Middlesex  counties,  representing  15 of the leading agricultural societies  of Ontario, attended    District    No.    S  meeting    and    spoke    in this  strain.  Motion pictures have    come    in    for  strong criticism, delegates voicing the  opinion that movies had had a greater  adverse effect on children than many  of the games of chance and skill which  make the rounds of the Ontario fairs.  A proposal was made the association  to request Hon. Peter Smith, Provincial Treasurer, to place a heavier tax  on movies.  A Look Ahead  ���������If the skirmish of 1914-1S and the  armistice of 1918-22 should be fol-  Ic^ved by a war beginning in :1923, and  if the cost" of living in 1923 is 58 per  cent.~ above the cost';,o������ 1914,where  would be the sting of death to the  consumer by 1927?���������From the "Louisville Courier-Journal. ..-������������������'  ���������:-���������.'.'  To guard the baby against colds  nothing can equal. Baby's Own Tablets. Thc Tablets are a mild laxative  that will keep the little one's stomach  and bowels working regularly. lt is  a recognized fact that where the stomach and bowels are in good order that  colds will not exist; that the health  of tho little one will be good and that  he will thrive and be happy. The  Tablets are sold by medicine dealers  or by'mail at 25 cents a box from, the  Dr. Williams' "Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Look to Your Byes* jj  Beautiful Eyes, like fine  Teeth, are the result of Constant  Cate. The daily use of Murine  makes EyeSnClcar and Radiant;  Enjoyable. Harmless. Sold and  Recommended by All.Piusglsts.  MEL*  ���������/4������R/0������������ EVES*  ,*������-*  V;  IP,.*-'  n" ���������-. I,  T '������   i *):  H,   V/.-  pr>~ '...  ft i'i: I   .1  neou'i  ?.:'':   (. ���������",;  id.       T"  "!:��������� "i   <":"..:,  j n ;*   * i.  -.Li'.'. IK *  I  G r a i n   tv- ov ~ rr. a n t  Is   of   p'r.'tin   is  ** .-��������� ���������**, i,  ��������� Y.': >.  '.vllh  ; i e t' i  vii-h  .-Ic.-1  t i: '-���������  a.   ]*"!  nu.-'u-*  ;<���������>]��������� i  ���������t-i\,r.  *,  -i,''!''���������..:  v i >-* n f  -i "*.,,-  1*:  Jl.-.i *  *   Va.TH'*'-.TiV'*r  .r-*.'?on   1 tl 2 2-  1:ikc:*n -l.lSr..-  btlMvds yet  -aken   <12n,-  IW-'ilJJr.   yi._  Manslaughter In  2nd Degree  Using a razor���������bad sturf���������but many  people do it for their corns. Tho  only remedy that, is painless and sure  \~ Putnam's Com Extractor, which  does remove warts nnd corns, cleans  ihein right, off. Refuse a substitute  for ' 71'uln inn's," 25c everywhere.  "COLD IN THE HEAD  is an-acute attack of Nasal Catarrh..  Those subject to frequent "colds in th������  head" will find t'lsnt -the use oi HALL'S  CATARRH MED ICTNIS will - build -up the  System and render them less liable to colds.  Repeated attacks oi Acute Catarrh may lead  to   Chronic   Catarrh. ���������������  HALL'S   CATARRH   MET3TC1NE   is   tals-V  en  internally  and'"'acts through the  Bloo<l on  -the  Mucous   surfaces  of  the   System,   thu*  reducing the inflammation and assisting Nature  in restoring normal conditions.  AU  Druijjists.       Circulars  fiee.  F, J. Cheney &  Co.,' Toledo, Ohio.  Shaving Proved Loyalty  Tho Lord-Lieu tenant of Ireland once  ordered  that  every    Irishman     must,  shave his upper lip or be reckoned an  enemy of the "Klng._.  because it  lias twice the  butter content  of ordinary  fluidrnilk  ST. CHARLES MILK  Free:  Recipe Booft���������  write the Borden Co. '  Limited,   Montreal.  O  I'll ll<-*"S     Hi  '.iiAl'it     ������������������  : r*\-  i ,,*������������������ i|.  ���������I)  l!**  '. i.  ii  U.F.A.  Memberchip  \?j-\?-jy-\     The -present    ntoniborslilp    of    Mm  ;*. nd    2.1   r.'niiod Farmers of Alberta la given hi  tr������tn:m   flic official report Just isiutcd at M,M0,  ! -'>yp)i)piji'j \ -witli  about,   -1,000  in   tho -wornon'.4  or-  '- fn\ n i m\ I Ion.  ar  ~~xmx~~t~~t  \mJ4   Tj    vl.y ^" -   *&~0  in.ey  Mr&. F. Rhachart,  Canap-  lbcUvH!e>  O-nt.^  write.*!  *'I   hut]   trouble   with  my   Icid-  nrys and very frequent urination.  Tiuis was followed by painc wKicii  at time^ were very severe, lite  doctor mid 1 h^d inflammation  ol the bladder and thai un operation rnij/bt h- necessary. To this  I rrtused. aiui br.gjrt utiu/ D������'������  CTia������.r'r- Klrlnry-Y-iyt-.t F'ilU. ['"rotn  ihe Hxtit i~tzw dose* I fr.lt the  benefil. Th������ p-ains left, urinnttoti  wm, cxit"tr.cXK~\, and ! li������v������ had no  r^c.urrr.tice  tA these uLlrne.mt*.*''  Kislney-M-yer  Fills  tiu-vjt..  2S������rta.   a. "bo.������.    All  <IriLi;������������irw,  or   l*:a������ma*iui*M������,  Untrn  A. Co.. tMl.., Toronto  Ivlen,.Money and Mania^c'ment^  Lack of Wine   Manngcmsnt Invariably  Means Failure  In  a,   recent   address   before   thousands of raihvay employees.,  President  0. If. ISlarhham, of the Illinois CentnvV  Fvallroad, broke away from the stero-  ty])o phrase of "capital and labor" and  referred fo this phase of the induMtrial  Avorld lib "Men and money nnrtners in  the    transportalton   businesa." - The  Flnanchil Post says this is a groat 1m-  provonienL over the tirsual form of ex-  I.-i*ensUiTi nnd helps u.s to do some clear  llitnldnp- on tills subject.  Wfige eavnevH and fhe'inoney invented in any enteriiriso are, indeed, partners In that buslnoas, but, at\ Commev-  elal West, pointh out, there is a third  element which i.s necessary I.o insure  .suceoKt: and tliat li*. mann^-enionl:. l~.txo\i  of wise inannpecmeuf   monnfl    failuro.  even Ihniitfh jilmvly of money Jh avail-  ahle and worUors most. elTlclonl.      The  muniufor may <xmn. from lite HO-called  | caiiltalhit  thi-Mi,  or lio  mny  work up  from   Ihe  vaults  of  the   Avuge  earner,  nnd   the   laller  courso  hi  much   ruoro  fniiu������if������M   Ihnu   tho other.       Tho  nian-  tt^er, Htrlclly tpenklnK,  Ih nelfhcr lab-i  orer nor  ������.-su.t it a Uh (.      Ilia ulr^nnfh in  neither in lila luimbt nor In  hin banlc  roll, hut rather Iti hhs monlril Hllciency.  TJni': and fiMoncc will enal.de a tn*.-  I'.cni lo overcome nlmont M\y obnlucle.  UNLESS you see the name "Bayer'5 on tablets, you  nre not getting Aspirin at all  %*/*.  \-4\1\m d'*       3-lr.h*nsnt  Friend  t, tr m ., f v r*y -* r\' n  Accept: only nn '"unbroken packaga" of "Bayer Tablets of  Aspirin," which contains directions and dose wo iked out by  physicians during 22 ycars and proved safe by millions for  Headache Rheumatism  Colds  Toothache  Earache  Neuralgia  Lumbago  Neuritis  Pain, Pain  \V,    N.    U.     1 100  Itaiwly "Bayer" hex(-3 of 12 iablot.s���������Alao bottlea of 2-1 nmVlOO���������DrogMtots.  >M������lr1n l������ tlio Irarfo mark  ironuirriM it. c.iua.1*.)  nS nT.vrj V;";**";^"[" ^ ^y^-  .u~.t.~t~.cUirt-. t" nuwlr-t Die ptn.Un a in. I oh I Imltatlotin. th" Tal������1"t������ a.  liayur Couipnay  wUl bo Btnnij>������(*l ^-vltla t!v.*k* i������n������uinil trade umrtc,  d.-i "i~a-.v troM.  Um.'  mm  tmrn y..
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Safety Of Trie ^V^orld.
Depends   On Amity Of   --
. TKe Engliali-rSpeakiiig Peoples
Sir Auckland   Geddes,   in   a   recent
speech at~Wasl*ingtoii5    very   pertinently - stressed    the   .urgent need for
contimied co-operation-and friendship
betAA-eefr Great-Britain and the^ United
States.      Sir George Foster, cx-Secre
tary'of   State   Colby,   Dr.   Charles   A.
Eaton and others equally well-known,
have taken up. an  analogous  chorus,
pronouncing- definite opinions tliat the
safety  of  the/ world ,^and  civilization
generally  depends  upon    the"   wholehearted amity of the English-speaking
psjepl-es.' HsEoBftplwas the greatest em-
pire of tiro*ancient"world. ' "The man
who did most to make Rome, was Oc-
"tavius-nnep,h&>v:vor Julius Caesar���famous    throughout    history.      Augustus
was possessed of supreme wisdom and
knew   when   aggrandisement   became
synonymous with weakness,  and that
power resides in consolidation; in like
���manner the communion ol Britain and
the United Slates should tend to world
strength.      Ejh* Auckland Geddes has
done   yeoman    service^ towards    the
strengthening     i-df      Anglo- American
friendship    since    he went to Washington, and the United States people
huv-^ recognized in hinl ,0. representative"^ with1 -a"' combination.-"' of  ou|lities
which they'have "no��'failed to' apprc*-
ciate.      Few' men "have proven themselves    so    well able to discharge the
all-impoLtant   position   ol   ambassador
at   Washington���if    we    except   Lord
"Bryce, Geddes  has  again given proof
of   an   intimacy   of   understanding   ot
American   conditions ; f and ~~ American
ideals in his latest utterances.    Both
the United States and British Governments .ire 'lortiinatc, -in    their   diplomat's, from the all-important aspect hy
which ambassadors are usxially judged.
All reputable citizens in. the United
-States.   Canada^and     Great     Britain
have   consistently   adA-ocated   the   cul
Anglo-American    accord.
He Used them for
f   *->
j western editors' j;A ISJew Plan To 'Assist
The   \A/estern Agriculturist
In   Securing   Farm   Help
Praises     Dodd's
Pills      *.*-'   -,
Martial. St.  J_aurent _ Wishes   He   had
Started Taking  Dodd's Kidney  Pills
Sooner.  - *   ** .
St; Anaclet, Que.���(Special.).���"Your
j">odd'-b Iviuutij i--il]s Lave done me <t
great amount, of good," so'states Mr.
"Martial- St. "Laurent*, .who is well
known and highly..respected here.
"My headaches h^ve disappeared
and I am able to carry on with my
occupjif ion. Dodd's Kidney Pills -are
1he only remedy that has done me so
much good-"- -"
������Dodd's Kidney Pills "are a' kidney
remedy. They- strengthen the kidnesrs
so they -can do . their full work ol
straining "the impurities out of the
blood." Dodd's Kidney Pills have been
used for backaches, diahetes, rheumatism, dropsy, urinary troubles . and
heart disease. People who use them
are satisfied. ,
Ask your- nejghboi;s-.-ja1bout "Dodd's
Kidney Pills." "*   '""  -* *
The   problem    o~   farm help which, 1 giving entrance to'the Dominion of a
C.  H.  Ash,   Editor and   Proprietor  of
The  Gazette, Birch Hills, Sask.
Monster French Cannon
tivation   o��
Knowledge of eaclr other and the
of the two giveat English-speaking
countries is solid foundation for that
friendship and sympathy which we
are all seeking to increase and. fortify. A mere sentiment is not enough;,
it is essential that both-move Towards fuller comprehension, so that
the bonds- of real.sympathy and substantial frieiidshjp riSay^ be >t, drawn
closer 'ftetAveen    tvvo    nations'" w'llicli
"most people hope and believe are
destined to work as peaceful .and
potent  collaborators  in- the   advance-"
,ment of'the world's highest interests,
It is a matter oi--considerable-regret
'"to the^ peoples, of Britain nnd the United States that thc measures of success achieved in the great Avar, invalu-.
able as it wars for the world,' is less
great "than had been hoped. The
German glorilication of war' for its
own'sake AAras a thing incomprehensible and revolt ing -to the Anglo-Saxon
public 'mind/ The friendship of the
United* -States is a possession to be
prized, the more so because it is not
lightly given, and therefore a great
obligation of Indebtedness, is laid upon
the peoplcil of the' two -countries for
the excellentwork performed for.them
through ihe "Embassies. -" Britain and
the United States have - far beyond
other nations an enlarged vision of
mutualities of interest in world wel-
fare, their Mstory, geography and political eArolutlon being conduciA^e to the
widening of their horizon-* tb the elevation of the general universal above
the narroA\' and local.   .
It is' this' attitude, this enlightened
view, that is the great asset of .the
tAA-o peoples, although its effecliA-e-
ness depends- upon the permanence
of friendly relationships'. The implication*- is that by * their- combined
power they can enforce peaces 'upon
the world. Wc prefer to place this
assumption on a sounder basis than
tliat of force. The tAA~o great,branches
of English-speaking peoples haA'e it in
their   power   once  they  are  in-^agrec-
Gun Just Completed Has Ovar ISixty-
IVIile Range
The largest canon. eA-er made at a
French arsenal - has jusc been completed by the Marine Foundry ax Tru-
clle. says a despatch,to the Journal.
The gun will have a range of more
than sixty miles. It wilL'be mounted
in ono of the Fiench coast fortifications.
The "tube alone is tAventy-one meters
long and weighs ninety tons. With
its cradle and special carriage the
mammoth piece of ordinance has a
AA-eight ot nearly 250 tons.
year after year, in connection with the
euKiA-ation and harvesting of Western
Canada's increasing crops', is a matter
of x*su*eh Aital importance to the- farmers, is to be aided by a new plan now
proposed by the Canadian Pacific -Railway, which has completed arrangements to utilize its widespread organization to provide such help from a
number of OA-erseas couu-lries.   ,
Briefly this plan is to invite farmers,
through   placing  in  their hands  "Application for Help" forms, to set forth
'their requirements as to class and nationality of help required, when desired,  class  of Avork desired  for, wages
j offered  and   other  similar,   necessary
[details.-     These forms-are uoav ia the
[ hand.-; of all   company station  agents
I and may be had on request.
The GoA-ernments of Great Britain,
Belgium,   Holland,   Denmark,  Norway
land SAA'itzerland haAre.expressed them-
l selves as desirous of settling part'of
' their   surplus  populations in  Canada,
and,   realizing   that   this   move- is   to
their oavk and their nationals' best In-
nuiHb-si* of immigrants of the highest
type and most valuable oual'ties.
In the Avislt to itijluce""movements e.f
desirable people' to -;Canada and provide work for them the moment ti: v
arriA-e, this schejne should develop an
immigration which ' is of particular
value as being carefully selected ^rvl
directed. Further, it will be carried
on AA-ittrout expense to ihe Dominion,
Avhile Canada will ha\"e the assurance
of the settlement of the.-=e people
where it,needs them mojst.   *
In other words, the tide will as-iimi-
late   as  it   arrives  w.ith  fhe   prospect
00, ,>       *��� *
that, with a certain1 amount of experience as hired help on Western Canadian farms, these people will eventually take farms for themselves and in
a short time be added to Canada's producing agticulturists.
If Subject to Colds, Here is Real
Good Advice
and  customs o.f the peoples j men! to set up a standard of justice
and fair play in'international 3:elations
that no nation" may disregard.' Community of language, culture ami ideals
make for mutual respect and under--
standing. A hundred years-of peace
���unbroken "eA-en by serious' differences" that -have arisen from time to
time���giA-e reason to hope that all disputes in future^ will yield tei- negotiation and compromise. The history -of
the relations betAA-een Canada and the
United States is AA-ritten so thaL.sll'
"aa-Iio run" may read," in our urifor.fi-
13ed frontiers and in the .peace, amily
arnd mutual respect which has'characterized all our relationshlns for more
I ban. a century. CanadaTunders lands
both Britain and the United States,
and lt is ' clear that- both countries
have an interest in the welfare of^this
Dominion of an extremely vital cliai*-
acter. Tlie backbone of Anglo-Amer-
lean friendship aria lin'rinony is nofc an
allia-nee, nor ii conspiracy, nor a club
with which to coerce, but an under-*
standing that wiih'set up the best or?
our joint tra'diljoiiK and ideals as tho
.standard to, be followed In solving
their problems. If the Anglo-Ameri
cn.it ehterite'ean, therofore, bo pursued
to a successful ^ssue no" liiation Avill
challenge it, and certainly no notion
need feau it. A habit, of mind cherished for a qeu(ury/iS not to'be thrown
off at short notice. Nothing should
be allOAA'ed to Impair the now AvarmtW
of friendly, relations between the two
great seel Ions of EnglTsh-spealung
nianldnd.*^���The Montreal Gazette.
heart 'Palpitated
Aiid'Was Short Of Breath
California iFig Syrup"
Child's Best Laxative
Don't load your stomach AA-ith cough
syrups, send healing medication
through the nostrils���send it x-..^ ..^ .
passages that are subject to colds and '
Catarrh. Easy to do this with CA- ���
TAERHOZONB, which helps a cold in
ten minutes.- Even to the lungs goes
the healing -vapor of Catarrhozone���
all through the bronchial tubes, nostrils and aii* passages���f every where a
trace of disease remains will Catarrhozone follow. You'll not have colds,
.jDor wilt you suffer from sniffles, bron*-
chitis, or, throat trouble it Catarrho-
���zone ~is, used." Get ib to-day but be-
.AArat'e of dangerous substitutes meant
4o' dc;eiA-e you foi- genuine Catarrhozone. "Large size, iavo months treat-
raenj, costs "J1-.00, small s-ize 50c, sample size, 25c; all dealers, or the Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.
terests, have indicated their readiness
to hid their migration."
Branch oflic6s of the Canadian Paci-
iic already pentrate these countries,
Avhere experienced and practical inen
Avho, haA-e farmed in, and are familiar
witPr, Wstern Canadian "farming conditions aHH deal driectly Avith the
many applicants they are noAv in
touch AA-ith. They are in a position
to judge of the suitability: of-the prospective helper���moral, metal and phj'-
sical qualifications���and with a knowledge of the farmers' wants before
them, bring the help to the farmer at
the proper time aud with a clear* understanding of the obligalionst and -requirements of each.
The farmer, therefore, aa-i11 be able
_   _     to secure competent hired help���malej child lo\'es the "fruity" taste of "Call-
into the (and  female���from any of these  coun-1 fomSa Fig Syrup" and it never fails to
tries, the idea being that in the ma-1 ����eTL the P���&*.       A "-^spoonful
Hurry mother!      Even a cross, sick
open the boAA'els;.     -A teaspoonful to-
.    ..       B ... .��� , day may prevent a -sick" child 'tomor-
2onty of cases most iarmers aviII pro-! row. lf constipated, bilious, feverish,
fer to hire one of their own country- ( fretful, has cold, colic, "or il stomach
men) nor Avill the farmer be involved '. Js sour, tongue coated, breath bad, re-
Through ono cause or another a
largo majority <i>i' people are troubled,
3tiore or less, aa-JI.Ii some -form of heart
"jyiiiny,, people *iuay. Iiowurmwnre, of '-
having,-^ nn-yljiilrig wvongi.-with -thoir
heart' Iill s'omoliCtle" excitement, overwork op (W.orry .sta>'ts**It to palpitate
and throb, skip boatH, beat fast, for
a tttht aitd then, ko, hIoav ""oa to seem
almost > to^'Btop.ihen it-causes great
���anxiety **nnd alarm.
,���'   'J'o rill such HUft'ercrs
Mules Shipped fo  India
Will Be Used By Mountain Artillery
Of British Army
Rich language will. yfeId to fancy
food for mules on board the de luxe
mule boa|v5^U'e^Mailha^ta��i>wiliich left
NeAv'York for Karachi on the west
coagt, of v India.. She, -qarrie*^ ��� 363 Nebraska and. Missouri armyjnules. They
are to have' new jobs with the mountain artillery of the ISrLJ-ish army in
The mules AAreve lodged in luxurious
quarters on the f, JVEanhnttati, which
had been especially quartered and refitted for thc purpose by Colonel J. Anderson, representing the Indian Goa*-
ernment. **        '.* ,Z  ,-. '--Z-,      . ���'  .':
. The    ship's    hold    Ayn a  filled  ay! th
tons of carrots.   ���"���   '     -"' , ���
in tlie slightest outlay towards his
.prospective helper's -Travelling expenses, the "help being^ deliA-ered to
him at his nearest railway station ott
or about the date required.
The benefits of this new project .are
calculated fo be of a two-fold character, furnishing "the agriculturists of
Western Canada with the kind and nationality   of   farm   help   required" and
member a good cleansing of iiie little
bowels is olten all that is neeessai;y.
Ask,yaur. dri^ggfstlfor g.enuine*fNDaJi-
fo-rnia~Fhj Syrup_"c3p"Ui<-;h hasrdh'ections
for babies -ind: children iof n'll-Z^ses
printed' "on bottle.' Mother! -Vou
rnust^ say "California" or you .may get
an imitation fig syrup.
The-- ideal- wife is one who doas
everything the ideal husband likes,
and nothing else.
Apply Sloan's.The blood circulates
freely and normally again.The pai
ful congestion is broken up 4
\~zz~ all soreness disappears!
'���Jlltiffe in Canada
ivlll glvo prompt autj, tiomiaiient relief, w Mrs,.,, All ee- Blliliop, i^ lluwr;
thoi.'-t\e -~i.V-)f, ihiml'iiim, Ont,, ^-rltes:*-^
1*1 talcc,Piousix.q iivH'oeomineridlng Mil-*
burn^v "Heart and "*N"<*rva l'ills to sull
pei'HonH troubled imi I had been.
\ I HUlTortiil from palpHnljUm. of <he
Jioart und Bliottness ol" breath; my
heart would Rkip boats, and in .he
night, at tiuiuii, I Avuuld ��� have to ail
MP to jjfct. my hreat!i.""r could uot go
lip stulr.s aa* Ml unit my liuart lluueviiifj-.
isiu. my nerves wore all unstrung, but
l-iiw.*- using your famous Pills I liave
Jclf. lllco u dirfovi'nt p-or.son."
��� l'rice GUo a box at all dealers or
iji.illfd ��llr<-<i an j��-r��-tpt uff prh.'o by
Tho 'J'. Millmni (.*<>.. i.imlto<l, Toronto,
r- ' "* ���"* "*          '
n. . v.   iir.u
Shipbuilding in Germany
Output   Greater   hi   Year   1022   than
Before the war
������*    s �����*.������ ������ ���������    **..   - ..*-,.,   ,. ...-.*��� ., ��� m .t    ��.
From the llgures for the slilpbulld-;
ing output in 1922 now uA'ailable. it:
appears Germany has beaten alllier^
yirevioAis records. i'Tor'oiMput in ~W>i
Avnf? 025,000 tons, as compared with'
,isO0;Q00 fcom-i m ,1!)21, ���|l-10,000i'Uons in.
191-i, and 465,000 toria In 31)1 H,
The   t*3'ernmn   shlpbulldinpr industry
has not HUffercd from the general do-'
pression, and, OAvingto the Ioav cost, of'
production, and tlio  light luxation  hv
���fSermtiny, h:*.��*. heroin^ n mnv.t -fovmid-
ahle competitor |V>   the    Brlllwh    and
'United    States    iuilustricK.        Indeed-'
idilpH for Ili-ttiali owners are now* being built in German yardu bo cause of
"the loAvev cost there.
The TJrlilah qulput was 1,000,000
ton.-;. The,, United SUitt.-n . Iiuh now
fall on .Unlaw -Cei'mnny in tonnage pro-
Exhausted from Asthma. Many
who read theses words Ruoav the terrible drain upon health and -strength.
which comes ln the truth of asthmatic
troubles. Matty do not realize, hOAv-
evfir, that there ifi * one t-ruo remedy
whieh Avill visually '-stop this drain.
I) r. j! ']">. IC el I OR'g' fi' Afi thra a 3"t'em edy 3 a
a Avoaderful chock |o this enejwatlng
ailment. It Iiuh a countleaH record of
t-ellef to its credit. II, W sold almost
every where.
It !����� ' ertlma'ted that' "in Manhattan
alone more than $8,000,0*00 AA'as spout
for thositre Udsots'ln :\(J'1\.
The Canadian
Will find
:.-I!nr.T(V.'. I.lr.lnirul lii |!*.r. nUl
I'i'llnblts rc����':l! ioi**, l'llioumiitlstii.
li.nl* It In to U10 aclilnj; pnrt and
you'll act! why two nranoratlonH
JunA'u crowned IL Kim; oi 1'jnln,
Family  Medicine  CheuL
Farm Help for
TO HE OP SERVICE to ."Wrwtcni CnMndl;m .Fni-mcr* and help to meet tlu-ir
���ivooil*** in ucomliiB comtvotenu -funn li��lp, tlio Cnnnttlnn Pacific Rmlvniv t~
l>rcj)aiwd to u;113zo its AA-ltlcsp**caJ oryjuiicaiion to provide ruch Biclji irons
iv number oi   count Hon.
(Tho CANADIAN PACIFIC ttniWvny will now r-wrrelve nirtd nrrnnjsc to iill
upalicntlonH for inula nnd fcmivlo itirm help to bo KiippUcd irom ilrcivc
JlrUnlri, Doliriura. Holtnml. I>cnmnrk, B-wheerlnr.d nr.d Norway. In all or '
Avhich countrlca <lio Com|>nny htiH rciir.tanttsllvl-t who have lnnntd in ��in<l
11 ro fnmtl[ni< avIUj "Wcst-em Cnnndlnn rondhlont ��ml Avho ��r#'mw tn touch
AvlUi such men. And women  ready and *ns.louu to como to, Canada.
THK (JOVKltNMEXTS oi ��ho counU*i>x nlxo-.* ijj��niioiie��! havo c-vin-rt^-']
1hch- wllHwriiosn lo ftid tha cmlRrntion oi this clns�� ot theli- jicoplos. lu
oitlor. to iill such ni��i>ltciUiontt isntisfjiiclorlly -and brJntr the 1��elp to tlu*
iarnicv nt tho proper tlrws and "With a elear 'undcrktandini; of tho miulro-
incnts nnd obllfrntknia tst cjicIi. n |tr-int��<d "Appllrwtlon ior Help" iorm hns
l��o*n t>i'C)iui-��>(] which cult "be obUuucd fi��n�� unj" *"*I.*1"*��1*C. Stutlon Attt-nt 01*
tt(-ita~   linteiJ  below.
fTlio Company tvlll mnko no rliarno 1o ��3��o 'fnrmor fov t*hl�� Bervtre Tio'r -will
thc fntinor 1k> i*c/inlr<Hl to ���niako txny c~~h u*~*.i*n<-a whatsoever towawln ih*a
-IrnvtflllriH oxi>ens<o�� of his help t<�� tlio tvcmwnt r��ll*��ny tlnUon. Th<s Information neccsunrlly anttcil for  Sn thcwi nnnltcntion, form*,  xvhtrh will Im; Jichl  in,
��itri*ni����t con|'i-iloxico, coven She iollowinK ���jio.lnla:���tho kind oi help rcniuircd���
:rjin1fi   ir.i-   fc**m"U���- nu.n*tt*>5   t.i,    ui-u.i-... .]*���.'. ;   it..-:*.'   r*.;~'..*.\   1. i,il   Ior  3-
aifttlo-nj-tUty -dostrc-d; monthly, vrace* offered!! tlnd oC troik *^ffcrcd, etc.
WINNIPEG.���*!*. 8. ArUf��on, C^neml Acrtcullnral A*cnt. CP.W.
WINNIPKG.���John   Bvreeilnir,  Imtu��tr*Ul *Af*nl. C.P.K.
HA8KATO0M.���W. J. Ucrow,  I.nn<l A����-nt. C.P.K.-
I-JDMONTON.���J.  Miller.  I-and  A��*nt,  C.P.ll.
CIALOAKY.���Rf.   V..  Thornton,  *Hii|i��.  <rol��n(ntron#  CP.-n. _
VANCOMVEn���^ri.   JT,   Kemraen*.   Tr*��r.   InJutlrlal   Agen*.   C.P.W.
Department of Colonial*lion  ami D<"A��-I��pir.��nt
���Camnilian, l*A*c5fEc Kailwaj-
Jf,  <?.-DBNNtS. PiJef Cenira.U�� toner,   ��I<in{f<��l-
��8msEs~m$~$s^^ *&������^*^'^*-*2^^  ft>������**st������J������aMft������j  ,^~,~  ^ *^*  THE  CBE������5P������U BEVIEW  GRAND TKBTRE  Saturday, m~m  Cosmopolitan Productions  present  iill-  \������j&Zy'  nee ol  ���������with an aK������atar oast  headed by  MARJOR1E PAW and  FGBBEST STANLEY  and a  Local and Persopal  For       Sails���������Purebred       Ancona  roosters.    Arrowsmith Ranch.   .   _  years    old,  K. Andrew  "weeks* -old  Geo.   Davie,  REGULAR PRICES  For   Sale���������Mare.    &  weighs about 1300 lbs.  Creston.  Pigs  Fob^ Saxe���������Six  April  16th.   $10~each.  Canyon!  For Saxe���������Power spraying outfit  with or without truck. W._ .Searle,  Canyon.  Arthur North of Sirdar is a Creston  visitor this week, with Ms?, and Mi's.  Jas. Coofe. ���������  -  G. M. A-rgue was a business visitor  at Cranbrook on Monday, returninjc  the following day.  Hav For Sai^s���������Quantity of baled  hav, price right. Apply C. Blair*  Recla-naatios* Farm*.  For Saxe���������Foid car. in -Rood shape,  goinff cheap. G.'R. Messenger. Can-  von (Ericksor  rickson P.O.)  Car For Saxe���������Ford car.  luS|   ������3puOiSb���������5*y  R. S. Bevan.   ���������  sacrifice,  shape.  For Saxe���������Cycle  4>n ���������*-���������������*��������������������� 4 ���������������-     Z~r*   At  sell at a  in 3pissi������*xu  incubator SSh  ~rwf-g*m-if 5 -w^ ~fw  vrr%mm ttmm+tMfS  Jcick Barraclough, Creston.  Hatchzno Egos���������Purebred Barred  "Rock eggs; $1.25 for setting ,of ,15  eggs.   X W. Vaness, Creston.        .   -  \~-<i'.  -���������&.���������*  CRESTON  BAKERY  and  TEA ROOM  *b  See Our Easter  ��������� ������*���������__     --Jt    *~.^0-~.J-2.  ~  ���������the biggest assortment rn the Valley  Ice Cream  always in stock.  Hot X Buns >  I     every week-end during Lent.  Methodist, Ladies' Aid saie oi work  and cooking, with afternoon tea, Saturday, March 31st, 2.9Q to fi p.ro.  The growers-nieeting on Saturday  afternoon attracted the largest attendance of ranchers ever seen in  Creston, and. unanimously adopted  the select committee's report as  outlined in last issue.  Word from Cranbrook this week  would indicate that the doctors are  having considerable trouble setting  Rev. &. I������nox*s broken Jaw. and that  the patient is doing considerable suffering in consequence.  The great Tfeter B. Kyne story that  you have long wished tn see in pictures  will be at-the. Grand on Saturday  night, when "The Pride of Faiomor"  will he screened. Along with it will  be a breezy -Larry Semen comedy.  ' Unfavorable weather prevailed on  Friday night and in consequence there  was rather a slim attendance at Holy  Cross Church ladies whist and dance  in the Parish Halt. After meeting  running expenses the ladies-, were  lucky to get an eyen break.  The biggest crowd ever seen at a  church service, was" "in evidence on  Sunday night at the Presbyteriatf  Church tit fees? Rev. F. A- Robinson,  -who is in charge of the evangelistic  -effort In that church, and which is  due to close on Wednesday night  next.  At least one hundred men- were ont  on Sundav afternoon for the meeting  for men only which was addressed by  Rev. F. A. Robinson, on the topic,  'Seeing Life." Mr. Robinson had a  meeting for women onlv on. Friday  afternoon, which was aleovery largely  attended.  Mrs. Bamfnrd, who has been a guest  of Mr., and Mrs. Bundy the past two  monthSs foftfor. her- home^at Oran-  brook on Thursday last. \   -  Rsickson growers have had two  more half holidays in" the past week,  attending growers meetings at Creston on Saturday and Wednesday.  Miss Kqu? r Palmer arrived home  last week from a, month's holiday  with her sister, Mrs. Whimster. nt  Nelson. -  ~ Mrs. Bundy was a Nelson visitor on  Sunday, going that far to meet her  state? who is now a visitor at her home  in Creston.  Percy"^Davis, who has.spent the  winter.-at tbe home of hia brother.  Fred. here9 left for Windygate. Man.,  at the first of the week. *  *r> i '  Between local selling and the export  to the exchange at Nelson Briekson ie  exporting at least a case of eggs daily  ��������� at prese*a*fe������ . "  Ernest Stinsox is very seriously ill  at his home here, lafd up with. an  attack of pte-nrisy, but. at last reports  a,yjpasnt~B ������u iro^ni. but; luniUa  Fen-ton Smith, who has been work*  tng at Bellvue,. Alta., all winter arrived  home this "Week, accompanied -by  friends who. will, visit at the Smith  home.   - -^  Henry Campbell left the first of the  week for HiUcrest, Alta., wh^re .he  expects to -resume work In theinine^  at that point.  ~   lt wonld look as if considerable land  clearing will he done here as there is a -  heavv demand for  powder,   which -is  being "bought hjo operafeively through  the_Tiading Company store.  .The  egg    exchange   at  Nelson   is  Setting two cases of eggs a day from  <ister poultry men. and this will be  increased to three cases by the end of  the month.    - ���������  Chssa, ladder is home again from  Cranbrook, where he had been under -  ing treatment at St. Eugene Hospital,  for the past" three week's. ,  H. Christensen and his gosst* Mr*  Truitt. left this week for BJoekmann.  Idaho, where thev are going to work  in the mine at that point.  Word reached here thia wees of a  painful accident that befell Harry  Yerbury. who is working a woodcutting contract, at Klockmann. Details are tricking, beyond the fact that  the srsishsip is ^yjie a s-e^ious one.  tegltom Giuireh Servie-e  CRESTON  pi on. _ __  0xxt*i- ip.ua-.  For Saxe���������Pen of Barfed Rock  Pullets, laying1, and two year old  rooster.   3. Vv. \-nness, Creston.  Wante���������������Party who can give gilt  edge security would borrow $1500 at S  per cent.    Enquire Review Office.  Indian agent H. F. Helmsing of  Fort Steele, was here on Thursdav on  an official visit to the local reserve.  Geo. Mead arrived home on Tuesday  from Fernie, -where he has been working for almost the past three months.  Hatching Bogs���������Purebred SpecKied.  Sussex eggs for hatching, $1.25 for  setting off 13 eggs. Mrs. Stocks, Creston.  BABTf BUQ0T ForSaxjs���������Collapsible  baby buggy, all rubber tyred, good as  ; new.   Can be seen at   Mawson   Bros,  store.  The Get Together Club win haye a  silver tea at the home of Mrs. Hender-  The annual ball. of Creston Masonic  Lodge comes off tonight in the Grand  Theatre ballroom. The Creston or*  chestra will be at Its best for the  occasion, whilst -Caterer Norris wiii  .have a supper of unusual excellence,  and the affair should be the social  event of the year.  Next week is holy week and there  will be an unusually heavy list of  services at Christ Church. On Thursday at 7*90. 1O.30 and 11 a.m.. as well  as 8 p.m. Good Friday at II a.m..  children's _ service at 3 p.m., and  evensong and address at 7.80 p.m.  3 Saturday at 11 a.m. and 8 p.ro:  o=  Ar  Pianoforte, Organ mid  !SSt~tt~tS~0t������   w.  Creston  ������5������������'*B(  i  SATURDAY and  MONDAY SPECIAL  tne  supply  fall fair  -ureston orcnescra* -wm  music for the dance at. the  whist and dance on Easter Mondav  evening in the' Parish Hall. Cards  will ������start at 8 o'clock prompt, ahd four  prizes will be given. ** A big turnout is  looked for as the funds will be used  to help put on a bigger and better fair  inl023r  A trio of  were here  Hindu  at the  lumber  first of  magnates  the   week  son on Saturday, April 7th. from c to  looking over the standing timber on  5 p.ra. fc-hf limit at Lister, which Is offered tanf  sale by the  Land  Settlement Bdard  ~J. *WSg*n .got hack, os Tuesday  from a bus-mesa trio to Vaneonvesv  where ha liad been attending a- meeting of the Berry Growers Association.  P. D. Taylor ia busy at present  hauling sheep manure from the wharf  to his ranch, heing a great believer in  the benefits of fertilization.  Miss Phyllis -Foxall left on Monday  for Willow Point, where she ss spending a few days with Mrs. Greenwood.  Mra. Gradv returned on Satnrdav,  after a few weeks? stay in Creston.  We have heen asked to contradict  the -report in circulation re J. B. Winlaw Company and R. C Eakin.- The  Winlaw firm and Mr. Eakin have  entered intono agreement whatsoever.  "Wynndel "Ladies? Aid announce  their bazaar and sale of cooking,  which is set-for Saturday, March Slat.  Remember tbe date, and turnout in  full force to help the ladies with their  good work.  ARTHUR COLLIS,  P.O. Boat It-  Tm~ WiiwGH  Carpenter S: Cabinet Maker  Estimates submitted on all  classes of work.  WGilstefr Part Aiasss (Bok 35) Gresfen  and  per yard  25c  Ginghams are in checks and  stripes of the very latest  patterns.  Some stores are ch&ffffing m  high as  35c, a yawl lor  these   same   goods,  and  nowhere   are   they   less  than 30 cents.  Bitter  **.*.,  *I,V4V4  RCn3������l������ 0 ���������B-Bu.Bsffcj*'  Lower  ~-t.*+~mt  Rakch For R*Eira���������Twenty-acre  ranch for rent or sell> close to Creston,  Apply X^avid Scott, L������������Dg Coulee,  Alberta*      -      ,~  Mrs. Shirley MacDonald and young  son off Suiumerl&nd, arrived on Sunday  on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs.  J. W. Dow.  H. S. Nelson, who has charge of  the forestry work in tbe Slocan. was a  New Denver visitor over, the week-end  with his-son, Bert Nelson.  Eg<38 Foott Hatchikq���������From specially mated Rhode Island Reds, $1.7&  per setting of 15. Leghorn eggs at  same price* G. Nickel, Griffin Ranch*  Creston.  *��������� -  Pocrz.TR.Tr Fanciers���������White Leghorn egg8for hatching from a heavy  raying strain. $1 per Betting of 15 eggs.  Baby chicks later. Mrs. Wearmouth,  Canyon.  White Wyandotte hatching eggs for  sale, from heavy laying winter pens  caiefully mated. $1.50 per setting, 6r  $8 per 100. Mrs. C. A. Clark, Box 53.  Vulcan. Alttu  D. C. MacKenzie, who left here  about a year ago to make his home in  California returned to Creston the  latter-part of the week; from Victoria,  where he has been staying of late.  Staples Sti Pierson this week report  the sale of a one ton truck to Canyon  City Lumber Company; "which will  arrive in tne carload of Fords that the  firm will have In early next month.  The Robinson evanagelistic services  at the Presbyterian Church are  attracting increased attendance each  night this week, the turnout of people  from the country being particularly  fine.  The next revision of the provincial  voters list closes on April 9th. If  your name is not on the list call at the  Review office before that date and we  will see that you are enrolled as n  voter.  Loot��������� Between the residences of  Rey. O Knox and Percy Hendten, a  black father purse containing a sum  of money and valuable keeps. Finder  leave same at Reul<*w Office and  receive rcwa-wl.  Although Creston Bakery has bean  disappointed at the last minute in not  being ufolft to get a Hne of English  Easter supplied Mr. Nor Ha has a very  complete line of the usual Easter  novelties that will Interest buyer*.  Mrs. Grexlnn. a slater of Murdoch  McLeod    of    Cranbrook,    and    Mrs.  Isiarrii-wm of W'uiik*. wti* burled in thi'  McLeod plot In Oreuton 04������niete������-y on  Friday afternoon, the remains having  been brought all the way from Colorado for interment hers.  The adjourned   annual   meeting   of  Creaton Fruit Grower* Union on  Wedneaday afternoon paastd off quite  harmonlou*ly, with JurriPH Compton  chosen* to t sneeefld   fJtiy_ Ormwtabta   ns  tAttm   prsmMttni.,   nttit   jrrwvik   iPuwmiii  ftllARAMTPffn  ^av~rr00 mm-mw-m  m HnSa-a*?  mmg  White Leghorns and  with a view   to buying.   Thev  also f   Rememhraace is also asked of the  made an unsuccessful effort to get ah! tnasqn������������������d������ dance on March 31st, to  option on Majors Mallandaine^ port^  able sawmill outfit.  Judge Thompson*- and Barrister  Spreull of Cranbrook were visitors  here on judicial business on Thursday  afternoon, hearing an appeal taken  against a recent deoision of Magistrate*  Mallandaine. The ' magistrate's decision in the ease wan sustained. C B.  GarTand appearing as counsel' for the  winning side in the appeal. Z.  l"he biggest freight train that ever  pulled out of Creston went west on  Thursday afternoon last. It was  made up of 58 loads, and practically  all of them either coke or Kimberley  concentrates^ About twenty of these  were picked up here.' the cars having  been sidetracked at this point a couple  of days previous due to the congestion  of freight traffic at Sirdar. -.._.  GaBoyom 09Ht3f  Reid* Hurl, who hs~~ been visitSssg- at  his home here forborne time;-reUirned  to Vanguard, Sask.. the latter part of  the week.  Canyon had two church services on  Sunday. Kev. Mr, jdelquist had a  Swedish seryice In the morning; and  in the afternoon Mr. Quist took the  usual Methodist worship.  W. Lasher of Glenlilly was a visitor  here the fore part of tho week, and  will be back in May to commence the  erection of a house on thei land he,  lately purchased back of tbe Wear-  month place.  the old BohooJhouse. -Gentlemen is������  eente, while the ladies - -ame. - asked-v to  bring refreshsients^ PrtzeB-aee offered  for the brstand contic costumes, but a  small fine will be -levied, on .those  coming in ordinary dress* All. are  invited.  It is  fine, to see  Arne  Andestad  around again, and although he. limps  a" little it will not be long before bis  :toot wiii bpaouseftaB aa ever.  ">���������*-> . -  > Quite a big" time waa' enjoyed in the  Eakin hc*issebold over the week-end,  when Mr, Eakin arrived -here with a  radio phone. The instrument is one  he haa been, asked to test out. Mem-  hern ofthe family and. a few friends  listened in on many and varied incidents both in Canada and the United  States, and certainly all very much  enjoyed this evening. -  Eggs from either breed are offered  as follows;  Ms. 1 f ���������������Settles ef IS Qp..,..$2.������!>  Ks. 2 Pea���������StftiBg of 15 Egg3..,.$i.S5  Rarger quantitiesat special prices.  W-e gOarohtee 10 living7 Chicks fiom  each setting, and in case of failure  will give another setting at half price.  MMt-av-  The LadW  usual tirsiand  afternoon of  2nd.  Aid  are having  their  aale of work  on  the  Easter  Monday*   April  The United Farmers meet in social  session on Saturday night. Thia  meeting hnd to go by tho boards a  week previous due to quite a few being  nt Creaton lor the boxing tournament.  Volunteer workers, under the  direction of Messrs. Searle and Anderson, have about completed tho addition to the Methodist Church, tho  painting of which will be done when  the roikl spring weather comos.  Definite word has just reached hero  of the death of Mrs. (Major) Burritt.  ���������which took placo at the homo off her  son in Saskatohewan the latter part of  Fobrunry. Deceanod hail heen laid ap  with paralysis for almost tho past two  yeara.   Deoeaaed, with hor husband*  iVUi-iS i't*i.idei������tU    litJl-O    up    Mil   ~i.---i.l-i-   ZtM  yeara ago, on the ranch wow occupied  by Mr. Messenger.  ��������� R. Rowbury, who has been a yisitor  with his brother, Capt. Rowbury, the  paat few weeks, has returned to Waldo.   " Z-i..^" '*��������� ;  A trio of Hindu capitalists were  in here at the flrst ofthe week looking  over the settlement timber limit ana  are reported as being anxious to  purchase both the mill and timber.  Messrs. .Frampton and "Malthouse  are now busy doing the finish-up  work on the house on the Webb  ranch.     -    .  Owing to .the. absence of Rev. G.  Knox, who is in hospital at Cranbrook, no Methodist church service  was held here on Sunday.  Walter Wright will this week  finish the erection of hla new 50x20  foot poultry hous<3>, his ambition being  o *un a flock of at least 2B0 birds.  KeKLEIST, Crestom  Harness and  Shoe Repairs  I have now opened the  store   in   the   Postoffice  Block and am competent  and ready to do ail kinds  of leather -repairs.  Reasonable prices combined  :<  civiUtym  See me for low quotations  on new Harness fof  Spring.  EttftlllihfNl 1915 en lit flrlRg \M  ~~0*w IUH987Ib  Mike McCarthy la now making  headquarters at Sirdar, where he Is In  ehargf-of the steam ehovel digging  i.uv ua������ material tor the mi at Jti^oaieu-  ay Landing.  ��������� m     ' nn   WK~~Wk. ��������� *%~x'j~F  It will Pay You  we arm here to serve yam JPiromptfy.,  Courteously, and Efficiently.  t  QT A "PT TTQ  Mr   af>T������?'R QOTM  ~~~~  J  n*mwni~\*������f**?tirt.* ������(rt*rtjtf������j.������'*-j^f*'tt' a*w*^- ,f,*(-*^ i ' ^i' Ti t\ i**a


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