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Creston Review May 25, 1923

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 _&*���������- **-,'-:'  .-m  V  - ,c  ,r/  /���������/  ^\N  ���������u  #**W!&W-Sni' -^*--W������J^-V>^,  k^.  4 %-" r~ r f-*.  .**"  ^Z^-p  Vol. XV.  j*__v_  Own Fruit Crop  Oreston Valley's fruit crop (Wynndel excluded) will be sold entirely independent of the Associated Grower*  of B.C., the big Mew provincial- cooperative -seiil&ft agency. -   ">->  This was finally decided at a directors nieeting of Creston Fruit Growers  union, ' Limited,' that lasted iihtSl  almost I a.r������. Saturday, and whieh  was attended- by A. M. Pratt off  Vernon, the Associated Growers  general manager.-and Mr. Howe, one  of the permanent directors of the  Associated Growers.  The meeting wa* quite harmonious  throughout, with the Vernon delegation willing to concede most ofthe  Creston demands, with the exception  that it woald not free Greston from  the payment of the five cents a box  whseh the Associated: Growers -require  for the purchase of premises or fruit  selling locals that are- insolvent but  which are being taken over by the  growers, aa well as for purchasing  independent -packihs* houses and  equipment tvxtich will" be needed at  different Gfeanagan points for the  conduct of the Growers' business.  In addition to requiring an assessment of five cente a box on all fruit.  handled by Creston Fruit Growers  Union, the Associated Growers also  requireo that Creston should contribute an as yet unknown per box  charge for the maintenece of central,  and on top of all this the Union dii  ectors -would still have to utake provision st Oreston for financing the  season's operations here. The airect-  ors were quite unanimous that Creston Valley growers would not consent  to paying the two Associated Growers  charges as well as taking, care of their  own local financing and for these  reasons it was decided to remain en  i11*'?.^6*"* ������' the  Associated Growers  CRESTON, BrC, FjfliJAY, MAY 25, 1923  ������he demand on the Canadian market*  fi>B*_.0. ripples. --*-.*-  Mr. Pratt waa yerv dubious as to  marketing tbe 1923 yield of Jonathahs.  J bis variety had beeh a very poor  keeper in 1922 and he doubted yery  lunch if there would, be any demand  ���������for themat all this year." Just now it  seemed more than probable than  Jonathans might,not be handled by  "���������*������������������- Growers   at  all  No. 17  the Associated-  year.  1923 jEh|Uit-ouqua  Open Wednesday  . y-$ --  tf  ~f~r~m~~, tnoo  !'5*y---r3^-2  ., Potatoes  in the JLochead garden at  Mieferry are well   above ground,  and  would appear to be-the earliest in the  _Y";mey including; KnskanooJs.  During his visit here the second  week in May road superintendent  Moore arranged for some road repair  work in the Corn Creek section, which  is now under way. It is expected &  oanip-vfii! be put in to take care of the  men who wilLdo the rock work on the  xu-eppective new load through the  i-rrehch nnd other places.  Branding operations were under  way at the Heciaruation Farm laBt  week before the young stock, was  turned nut to graze. v Abont 160 head  or stock of all ages was wintered at  the farm.  Jimmy _bchead is a Queen's Birth  day visitor at Cranbrook where he is  taking in the boxing on the. 23rd and  the horse races on the 24th. Some of  the local Indians are there wiih their  steeds for the running events.  The biggest bas* ever taken out of  the Kootenay River was hooked on  Friday by young Jack French, the  specimen tipping the scales at just  sSver five pounds.  aProspective land buyeraare frequent  visitors    here     a     gentleman    faonr  Kitchener calling early la*.t week i*>  iuok the Feterman place over.  Angus Currie is now looking after  the Seymour place which has been  rented by _ erryman Lochead during  George's absence in the Old Country.  The Kootenay riyer is coming up  ���������mow this year, last week's rise being  hardly-more than   half   an   inch   per  . >?***���������-_  Messrs. Pratt and Howe are excep  tionally optimistic *_a to the new  semng organization being able to this  season open up new markets that will  take care or several hundred <~~\v~~ of  5Ppvt?iF!&fc were previously sent ..to  theCJld Country or consigned on the  prairie market. -  *Thf>ir special hope in this concection  wMch    they   anticipate   ������ ^ _  iucCTwauwasnii-on che markets ol J" For Sai_���������320 acres knonrn-iBSn^  ~~aZZ~HF** Vni1*d J8***** Extensive lot 54t,^Sr^A?row ' C^k any  \~~~\*~~~~&3i~~ g^F^ ������n^ otfeeiv reasonable offer considered? W. ST  method* will be   utslised  to   increase  Bsttng, Rossland. B.O. '  i.-C-s*^-������^  .1 *���������-**&��������� *  The sale of ,th|8 year's Chautauqua  ticket?   whi������b~������tarted   on   Saturday  4.~.~~.  indicates tbst this popular' attraction  that* usual,-theu.-m&rjd for tickets at  Sirdar being-. ahead of 2822. and  from all theMekkb handlers comes the  same en coui aging report,  Ah^^^*a"J*if ������h������ publib is direct-  ed to the fact link the price of the  ticketdoca not iqchide the amusement  to.whiCh>illbe:������c, and 10c. ext.";  As Chautauqua qpeiw this year in the  evening, rather than the afternoon, as  tn the past, ticket holders are asked to  ���������^e^e^^stP^&'������������������nceratthe tent  so that payment of the amusement  tax can be made and no delay caused  starting the programme at 8.30.  The afternoon programmes will be  aca oclock, and arrangements are  being madeifor -Greston and nearby  schools to close intiuie to permit the  cbildren all to atjlendT, the lost time  being made up by the elimination of  the usual maraing and afternoon w*.  cess. ..  yy-  Arrangements are now being made  for the, usual,, coramaniiy church  sfi-vjcem the big teut on Sunday,  June 3rd. At nfpraing worship it is  expected the previous* days Chautau  qua speaker wctl/give a short adda-^B  and, ns in thb" past, the musical  company wall provide special musical  features.  x.*Ja ^}^&T. to assure good order  throughout the " committee have de-  e,dtetLt.������ *XP*H '*?? youngsters who do  not behave, and j also to cancel their  season tickets to prevent their attendance at all future programme, and a  number ofthe men wiii see that tbis  order is enforced. -  As usual there-; will be a limited  number of reserve seats which can be  n*a '������r the wbote1 six days at a charge  off 81* whilst ^By no. tjj-Qg  j^^en ^18  ^w vaihb,eaf.10 ^nts i** programme.  Mow that all the advertising matter  ha* been given   out :and   the  public  have been able to size   up  the   whole  f������tVein^^in*P> "M ape a������������*������^ *hat  the 1S23 Chautauqua is the beat yet  and at an average price off 30 cents &  performance represents the greatest  eniet ta.in_.ent Talm- ever offers, and  j^geth^^tio-gin^E^te^^nf���������i^^ "~ -* ~p  Aftjxf. th. -ttxMvt' ^xx,^Av^m.Ji~-0^0~0.0-.l. -������r_-l * _  F _--������,   Z.--a^"mrxr''~'r i"*'���������"���������-��������� "��������������� ������������oV������ ***CJ������.trW������  wil be eaegso the wise thing is to  buy now.; _be; Calgary Kiddies, who  Creston. and the other musicalfeatures  are bound to   be   equally   attractive.  ��������� Tickets    in   town    nre   on   sale  at  ������ri"^ rvb1kepy^ Mawson Brothers,  Beattie Oatway, _td.. and the Review  Office, or can be had from any af the  *������" guarantors.      For   an   inexpensive  ������������? ������1f"i������fc l\P-~Pr siac days-Chautau-  qua ails the bill, particularly for the  la-dies who combine much needed com-  mtinity sociability with entertainment  notably at the afternoon programmes.  C__._    1  UFU-UU-a  X B-XECIpSU  Smith Resigns  This section is being thoroughly canvassed on behalf of  Cnautauqua with  the ticket sale quite satisfactory.  The road crew are busy with the  truck putting in the foundation for  the'extension ofthe ha**d surface road  around the loop to the schiTofroadT  .Nothing is in sight, however, to indicate construction into the station.  The McCarthy residence looks much  better for a. new coat of paint that is  being applied this week.  Alf. Palmer left last week for  Kitchener where, we understand, he  will supervise forest fire fighting this  season. He did good work in this line  last year in the   big blaze up Sullivan  :vJl*e6K������ i -u ti  . -J..  Mr. and  Mrs. W.  Percival of Yahk  were  weekend   visitors with Mr. and:  Mrs. R. Dodds.  Rhubarb now figures prominently  ������������n the Erickson export trade, as  many as ten boxes going east per day  the past week. ���������  Mrs. H. A. McKowan of Cranbrook  was a   yisitor  iiere   early   this   *w  wath Mr. and Mrs. G. Cartwright.  Jimmy _ochhead. the "West Crestpn  ferrynuin, loaded his running horse  here on Tuesday Cor shipment to  Cranbrook for the 24th of - May race  meet in that city.  Mr. Barter of Cranbrook" will be in  -charge of the Erickson depot for a  couple of weeks, agent Bundy- being  away on his anriuial-hoHdav, ������pa.Et of  whwh he will spend1 with his brother  i    -w    t ��������� ������������������������ ...������*. ������***������**��������������� hkely produce tt state of   affairs   that  ^tCtxwleyv Albert..-ncii-'--with-:'xSfi.-i_- ^SSsPi?^f5������*ft^������:'aixtht-troomi'afc  the  ; Bundy will also vEsirSpekisnE. . - ;     " j:pMe|������*-_*--*~j  New orchard, plan tings inJfaeBrick-  give   the  opening "pl^^mniT ^ilY^1 S������"n������ty������of detd'_������J3f sSlf^h^Wi S? ^r taHm.tmm^5m in *"������-*������  score the  biggest   hit   ever   made  tn j lighter tnan^ifal ^"^P1^   hemgl nnc^pubhc school regarding education  Creston public school will have %  Wff principal xehs~~ operations are  resumed after the' summer holidays.  At the May meeting of the trustees on  Monday night. G. _P. Smith, who has  been at the head of the public school  for the past three years, tendered his  resignation and after considerable discussion tbe trustees have accepted the  same. .  The seci etary submitted the reports  on the school work as turned in by Inspector Manning who was here last  week, and these indicate that this  year's staff, including Mr. Qiddons  who has the Entrance work, is the  best all round staff tbe school has ever  - ���������;*an������ the hoard is congBatulatinc  3������>eii tnnt up sisi the present Mr?  Snutb is the only member to signify  his intention ofretiring.  ^Abillsfor*|72"fK>ni W. B. Embree.  the eonteaTt price for'putting in the  new fountain -and sink; sn the two-  room school, was ordered paid, and  iustructrons have been given to instal  a valve that will prevent th������������ waste of  water a.t the fountain in the four-room  school.  The swings and half dozen teeters  have been installed for the use of the  scholars in the two lower rooms, thia  playground equipment being provided  from funds donated by the Women's  Institute, whilst the new fountain ana  ains were partially financed hy the  Bed Cross., and these two: societies  will be written to thank tag. them for  tneir contribufcrana. -  Inspector Manning strongly recom-  niertds. that the four- rooms of the old  school be re painted end kateoznined  inside and the- trustees will shortly **  ���������calfi for .tenders to see just what ex-  pensewill be incurred in going on  nitu vitn-vr or boch ofthe lobs.  Although the public school has a  total attendance that taxes the  capacity of tbeistaix to handle, it is  expected that with the usual pass list.  into the high school via. tbe Entrance  exanaa. it wrill be possible tore group  the classes in the various' rooms and  obviate the need of providing another  room this year* though 1924 will most  liiralnr *ar,vwt.*<MMA. .. ���������a���������a m     .mm   x    .       .-  ���������^TL*.     , - *    -,   .  . Before th-e term ehd^ the trustees  ar^arrhi^ing.to have a conference  witb each of the teachers in both hleh  You'll want to go to  Buy your  B! flow 3} $3j 80S SflVG $4������75 SH Slfs^iB 8  ISiiOSSS  '   i    -;��������� i    .*. * ~0 ���������-���������  The program this year  is g"uaraM_tced to be  the best that has ever  appeared on the  W^mar^itand  promises entertain-  ment of merit.  ,y.'  ������������������-   ^\Mha--������iJ~*mn vodlkiia      ^ * .,.*, .        .- ���������.-���������.������������������.  __J������������������,,W!^LV,<1ui1!r��������� -._,v���������i,^?^B), _*" *������* ������nr������rfai>l������aB4l������aB������i ������ll ovor .Mm w*hol*  Clweland. MoKlfll** ������nd -VsomtveH. TSr������. Titebtl. & ~%ek~m~\ to h* Sn* ������? *to^K7t  *������-hT2t?Vm* feST^'TT* 'wl,'h wW *���������** ������Aa*n*������rJ an-fl U~\ "%������i^ ff"���������j'j* iXmkViU,"  U������JMU*ww K6������J������, B1������l Amu, th������ eontrnlto, mn~ ������opr������no, will irlw* vwlJ* Mmn ind  ������Kll������ In th* WBUtlful "Ji.ll Enlmli������bl������ 8wlu -m������un������iln ffMhtoa wbMivrW th^HI SS������  Jon a ts-tur tho tiwtH- Alplno Y<hII������*������ Imv* i������fi your ^munliy. Wb     mriH *������w  Money spent on clean,  healthy     entertainment is the best kind  %M b.   B. IE" ^"SyC ~~E.SKSSLlLiSt.i4.  .      CliKNKr CONCEltT COMPANY  ^ii^������ s,r���������rl^ Ml tn,  Jaetured  tw   th*  Chmn**~\ Suit mSm th������ i-!^1*.. LTIT' ^!r8*,,wi* oa-r* *P*cWlj������ tntsnss-  mtui du������U. ftndtrioi -or tha WouH^cr������mt������SiVw^iZSS? J-?1*"' *������������������������*>��������� number.,    ,.! fc������a fa~������?S$S^^ *pwt������iiUy m.t  W������������B3_aiM  SEASON TICKETS  %^itM������Mi������ VMM    ~yt H������iUft^  ���������witMtt'HV        *Wil0lt %0  f  A Z-;-i_'  ILr'L 7'a  i7.';*7**X*"  ty. 'I?  i-'Vf'i-}'.  t'.A V  z  <**,  Mm  TTTE    BEVIEW,    OKESTOM,    B.    C.  ?__&  i::r,-yyy-yF<3-Ftyyyyyy.  HEADACHE, BILIOUSNESS  ^;^::>':v;iN^iGEsfipN*;:u:s:s  ^^KroW^E^^BI^E^R^ig  IDD  GOLD  ��������� BY  ���������  WILDER  ANTHONY  Canadian    RIshLs    J\.rra.nj?ed    With  "Publish-era.    F.    D-    Good child   Co..  2G6   King   St.   West.   Toronto.  (Continued.)  CHAPTER XT.  Tangl-ed Threads  Relieved though Helen was io same  extent, by her fail 1 er's assurances and  by the explanation, wliicti he had giv  eii, she was tur irom being: in a tranquil frame oL* mind.  She  knew that  -whatever  migliL he  the    outcome    oi"    the  graver  charge  against  Gordon, he    -would    probably  "have to suffer for his release of Santry, and she    found    herself    wishin******;  more   than   ever   that   her   lover   had  never seen tlie West.      "What little i������.  had contributed to his character was  not   worth   what  jt   had  cost   already  and would cost in tlie future.      S-urely, his manhood was, alive enough not -  to have needed the    development    of:  such an  environment,   and  if his lot  had been cast in the East,  sho could  have  had him always with  her.       A  long letter, which she had recently received from Maxwell Frayne, recounting the gayeties    of:    New    York   iind  Washington,     made     her     homesick..  Although she  could scarcely thmk of  the   two   men   at   the   same   moment,  still,   as   she   sat.   in   the   crude   little  hotel, she would have welcomed a little of young Fray lie's company for the  sake of contrast.      She was yearning  for the flesh-pots of her own Egypt.  From the news of the fight at tlio  ranch, which had "been brought to  town by the messenger, she gathered j sav  that Wade meant to intrench himself" ~-"  on the ranch and defy the law, which  would���������������������������prohaoly-embroil him in other  criminal acts. Crawling Water, too.  was rapidly filling up wiih arused cattlemen, who, she thought, would do  Gordon's cause more harm than good.  Toward afternoon, word came ol; a  bloody skirmish on the Trowbridge  range, between a number of his  punchers and some of Moran's hired  men. and 1haf. added to tlie, tension  among those crowding lhe "main ~-ivei.i.  Front the parlor windows of the  hotel she watched what was going on  outside, not without alarm, so high did  feeling seem to run.      The threats of  themselves but loud enough for her to  catch a word now and -{.hen, made her  wonder if the town was'really safe for  her father, or for herself. A storm  was coming up, and the rising wind  whipped the flimsy lace curtains ot  the windows and-kept them fluttering:  like flags. J The* distant muttering ofthe thunder and an occasional sharp  flash of lightning wore on her tired  nerves until she could sit still no longer.  For the sake of something to do,  she went up to her room, intending to  write some letters there, but her bed  had not been made up, so she returned to the parlor with her fountain pen  a:nd writing-pad. To Maxwell Frayne  she wrote a brief note, which wa_s not  | likely to cheer 'linn much. She had  ' become so in the habit of taking her  moods out on Maxwell that to do so,  even with a pen, was second nature to  her. ^ She despised him for his toler-  ance^of her tydtmiyj never realizing  that he reserved to himself the privilege of squaring their account, if she  should-ever become his wife.  . Then to ease her mind of the strain  it bore, she wrote at some length to  her mother; not telling the whole  truth but enough of it to calm her own  nervousness. She said nothing of  the conversation- she had overheard,  but. w^nt fully into the scene between  her father and Gordon Wade. With  a little smile hovering on her lips, she  wrote dramatically of the Senator's  ibreat to crush the ranchman. "That  will please .mother," she said to herself, as Iter pen raced over tlie paper.  "Gordon felt, you see, that"���������she turned a page���������"father knew Santry had  not killed Jensen, and ^.    .    ."���������  The hotel-keeper poked his head in  at the doorway.  "Two ladies t.o see you, IVliss/1 he  announced'. "Mrs. Purnell and daughter."  He gave Helen no chance to avoid  1hc visit, for with the obviousness of  1he plains, he had brought the visitors  upstairs with him, and -so, blotting  what she had written and weighing  down her letter against the breeze,  she arose to greet them.. x  '���������This is good of you, Mrs. Purnell,  and I am so glad to meet your daughter. I've been lonely and blue all day  and now you have tii ken pity on me."  Mrs. Purnell shot an "I told you so"  glance at Dorothy, which -made that  young lady smile to herself.  "I   was   sorry  not   to  have  beerj   at  home when you called, Miss Rexhill."  The two girls looked at each other,  each  carefully  veiling hostility,   Dorothy  beneath  a natural sweetness-of  disposition,-and Helen with the savoir  faire of social experience.      Each felt  and was stung by a realization of the  other's points of advantage.      "Dorothy  a   perfection     of     weil-groomed  poise, such as she could hardly hope  to   attain,   and" Helen  was   impressed  with    her    rival's    grace and natural  beauty.  -'"Won't you sit down?"  "Hut     aren't     we   disturbing   you?"  3.1 rs.  Purnell  asked, with a glance toward tlie writing materials.  "indeed, you are not.      I was writing some duly letters lo kill time.    I'm  ; Every Spring, for  three successive years," says Mr.  {Ernest Hill, of Mbssley R.R. Ho. i; Oht.;  -"���������|-'''Wa*:* the victim of'Bolls, fhciifch  I had these inflamed growths lanced  I never ^ rid until I used _ani-Biik.  Thirherbal balm purified and healed  in a wonderful way. There has never  baen any return of the old trouble."  Also for ecrenna. vi-mples. abscesses, ulcer-  atson. blood-poison, piles, scalp sores; cuts,  bums, scalds, etc.. Za.m-I.ii~ i* the sootbin*.  speedy, powerful remedy. Never be without  a box 6f-_im-Biik. t'urely herbal" Mc.  all druggists-and dealers.   ��������� *  the ranch men. handed ahout amongst  Smalnuti!  is the root of much weakness aad  hinders progress!^Sigiro#th.  Scotl's Eifiulsloii  the world-famous tonic-food,  is ihe Dat*arai enemy o������ malnutrition and weakness.  Scott's three or four times  daily, builds strength���������helps  drive malnutrition away.  ~ 8������CGt; & Br.Tonr. Tori-.iilf)   Out. 2')-OS  *   im.Mii0m^,^*i t*i j  only too glad to  stop because I'm renl-  ]iiood������iincri am most  what is goigig on out-  dread I'ui    about    Mr.  X0m~-*iim4m~  3 esses  to bo overlooked.  so' strongly   thai  llilVO  hCWMl   lUTf.St-  Hk-f-ly to 'lol (ior-  J'or  treeing   him,"  0o??ic jrfstches  The h\&* strong, homey  matches in thc bright blue  box,  Differe n t a a cl be t ter.  Stronger and safer. Rata  won't gnaw them. Withstand   more   moisture,,  Nort-poisotious.  thcy mre out t  ������low.  When  hey do *not  ly in no willing  anxious ro hem*  side.      Isn't    ir.  Wade?" ������"���������*..  "You mean his helping Santry?!*'  Dorothy tasked, with :i lii tie loueh of*  pride which did not escape her  hosxe-ss. .:*.*,*'.,-. "���������"::?';,  "Partly that; "but-more because h(.:  is sure to he nrt'os'ted linns elf. I've  been teri-ihiy,AVOri,ied."7 i  Oorolhy^li-uiced a-t *.her IcSenly ami  smiled.   , ZZZ.i''     ''-':':'        ������������������"'���������'Pi     ,.-?*  "I have aii idca-.ihat they may tlridt  Gordon lirtrrl to arrest," she ''em-ark'ed.  '"Yes," Mrs. Purnell put in.      "lie "is  so   popular.       Still.   I   sigroo  with  you  that  there is every cause Tor/aii'-.iely."  Thu. good lady did -not. have a eliance  everv day 1o agre-e wiih tho. daugliter  ot   a.   Knifed  States   Senator,' nrd  the  opportunity was not  "The   people   feel  Santry shonid never  ed 11ml   they are not  don   he   taken   just  "Dnrol hy explained.  Helen   shook  her  head  with  indication oi* tremulous worry,  "Hut It isn't Ihat alono," she Insisted. "MeV. t.o he arrested for tho ,1 en-  sen shooting. That v-vnn why tho  posse waited at his ranch after Santry   had   heen   caught,"_  "For tlie .lensr-n rdioottrig?" Dorothy showed her amazement, very  i plainly. "Are yon sure-?'' she do-  manded. and when Helen nodded, ey-  r-hilnied: "Why. how utterly s-ihsun  I, umlersioml thai you. worn with him  yours.eli' when ho roceiv-ed word of J1''  "I   win:."   Ilelen   admitted.       '���������.IIP  'ajpjioseri   only   to   have    planned  crime,    |   helieve,        lie's   supposed  have     been     Ihe     pr  what   Ihi-y  call   it?"  Mrs.   IMirneH.  "oh. hm do ynu t  sueli a I tun/.;'.'" Mrs.  rnui'li  shoeic-fMl.  "1   don'I   'I; now.       I  "I do Unovs :" l>oro  pha'leally. "\  TIKI    \\ rll    (ll    I injl  der?" Dorothy asked, in a more tranquil tone, a bit ashamed ol: her. outburst.      "Was it Mr. Moran?"  "i*m'sure i don't know," Helen answered. "I supposed it was the Sheriff. -Why should Mr. Moran havo Liny-  thing to do with it?"  "Because ho, seems to have been  concerned in ail the trouble we "have  had," Dorothy replied calmly. "This  was a peaceful little community until.  Mr. Moran moved into it."  ilelen made no direct re-ply to this,  and for awhile Dorothy allowed her  mother'to sustain, the conversation.  She had no doubt but that Moran was  back ol: it all, and she was thinking  of what Lem Trowbridge had said:  that if they could only "get something  on" Moran and the Senator, a solution  of the whole problem would be at  hand. She thought thilt she ..had detected a defensive note in Helen's  voice, and she was wondering why it  should have been there.  "But you haven't answered my ques-  j tion    yet    about    Mr. Moran," Helen  ' presently challenged her.    "You seemed   to  have  something more in  mind  than what you said.     Would you mind  telling me?"  Dorothy looked steadily but not offensively at her'  "Oh, it's nothing, Miss Rexhill:' I  was only thinking that he has gone  rather far; been Aery zealous in your  father's interests. Probably . . ."  "Why, Dorothy���������!" her mother interposed, in a shocked tone.  - "Miss* Rexhill asked me. mother,'  and you know that I always speak:  frankly." *  '"Yes, do go on," Helen urged, with  even an added touch of sweetness in  her manner. "1 really want to know.  I am so out of touch with things here,  so ill informed."  "Well.' you can sit here, at tho windows arid learn all you wish to know.  There isn't, a man in this town that  would see Cordon,, arrested and -;iiot  fight* 1q free him..' .Feeiling is running  high here now. You know, it's something like a violin string. You can  stretch it just so far and then  snaps, .that's all."; PyZZZ'iZZ'i 'Z  ?���������  "Doroths;,- I'm   really ruoHifisil thatj  you      .    :*;fi '."**';., ;H;% .. ';'*V  P "Oh. yoti've uo occasion:1;'������9 be. Mrs*f'  Pui-nell)'',l,Ie]en   interrupted^;  smiling;;  "1  asked; Tor "the    plain v'-^uth,     yo*ui  'i--now.*'X ���������"..-��������� .    ZZyZ  Mrs*." Purnell laushed feebly.  . "Dorothy has known Mr. Wndo so  long and wi> both liko him so well that  she can't hoar to hear a word against,  him," she explaisied. lier sense of  lese ma jo's te was running away with  hor judgment, and Dorothy shot an ir-  'ritaled glance at. her. "Not thai 3  think he did it at all, you undorfttand;  but    .    .    .'  "Oh,    perfectly,"     declared    Helen,  With rising color ani an eq.ua.1 deling  of annoyanc-e.      "Oh, dear-nie, do look  at my poor letters!"        .  . A gust of wind,  stronger,*than any  that had come befoa-e, had swept, the  vrejight to the,'.floor and scattered letter  paper, envelopes and blotter about the  room. - PK'eie~x. was just able 16 catch  the.-writing pad as it slid to the floor,  vvlille Dorothy "ahci'dier mother laughingly salvaged the rest.     The in'ciflent  happiiy relieved the awkward drift oi'  their-conversationi, and theyj-all������������������felloe-'  lieved/-; .,-' ������  "Well, now, did you eyei-.?";"Mrs.  Purnell ejaculated, looking at the  lithographed blotter, wliich she held  In her hand. *'! declare' this pictu'-ril  of a little' girl reminds me\of Dorothy  when she *was that age."  v "Oh, mother!" ���������������������������':".'.���������'  "Really?" Helen broken in.,/������I-Iow  interesting. I hadn't noticed1 the picture.      Do let me see.".  To be courteous, she agreed with  Mrs. Purnell that there was a strong  likeness, which Dorothy- laughingly  denied.; ....t.rT .y*..    *��������� .  "I-.-guess I know what you looked  like when you were five better than  you do," Mrs. Purnell declared. "It's  the image of you as you were then,  and as Miss Rexhill says, there is a  facial resemblance even yet.  "Perhaps you would like to take it  with yottf���������'��������� then,"' Helen suggested, to  Mrs. Purnell's delight, who ..explained  that the only picture she had of Dorothy at that age had been lost.  ���������"If it wouldn't deprive you"  "No, indeed. You'must take it. I  have a large blotter in my writing-pad,  so I really don't need that one at*nil.  So many such things are sent to father*  GLAD SHE BID AS  DOITORTOLDHER  Took   Tanlac   on   Physician's   Advioo  and It Put Her irt Fine Condition,  States Mrs. Coles  "Tanlac is certainly an. ideal medicine," recently;, said Mrs. Bessie Goles,  highly?- esteemed resident of 1851  "Lome St., Regina,   Sask.  iZ'-'i'i.. was in ��������� such a badly run-down  condition that I just felt miserable ���������1  the time. My appetite had failed me  to  such  an extent that I was losing  i weight steadily. My nerves wbre  awfully unstrung; mansr, many times I  couldn't get even an hotir's sleep all  night long, and I never felt like doing  my housework at all.  "A physician advised me to take  Tanlac and I lost -no time getting a  bottle. Nor, I really don't feel like  the same -person. My nerves have  steadied down, 1 am sleeping like a  child, eating heartily, have gained several pounds, and am feeling just fine.  Knowing what a wonderful medicine  Tanlac is, I can sincerely recommend  Tanlac is for sale by all good druggists.     Over 35-mitliou bottles sold.  that we always have more than we can  use up." -  When Dorothy and her mother left  tlie hotel, urged homeward by the first  big drops of the coming rain, Mrs.  Purnell tucked the blotter in the  bosom of her dress, happy to have the  suggestion of the picture to recall the  days when her husband's presence  cheered them all. Her world had  been a small one, and little things like  this helped to make-it bright. . ��������� .-  (To be continued)  Alberta Oil Wells  The worms that infest children from  their birth are of two kinds, those that  find-   lodgement    in the stomach and  those that are found in the intestines.  The  latter are the most destructive,  . as they cling to tlie walls of the intestines anl it not interfered with work  lfevoc there.    'Miller's Worm Powders  1 dislodge both kinds and while expell-  ' ing them from the system serve to repair the damage they have caused.  Large Production of Gasoline From  Well Located Near Okotoks  Quantities of gasoline amounting to  between 40 and 85 barrels daily, and  natural gas amounting to between  1,500,000 and 3,000,000 *cubic feet daily,  can be obtained from the Illinois-  Alberta well, west of Okotoks, according to the report of S. E. Slipper, Dominion Government petroleum engineer. Mr. Slipper, in his report,  states, "the test shows that the well is  an important producer of gasoline gas,  from which gasoline may be extracted  on a commercial scale." ���������>  Bobby just home from his first visit  to the country, was telling the folks  of its wonders. "And say, ma, out on  the farm they get milk from cows, and  it's just as good as any."  Ambitious  "Don't you- wisht you was a bird,  Jimmy, an' could fly way up in the  sky?"  "Naw," scorned Jimmy; "I'd rather  be an eiefant an' squirt water  through my nose."  it..  Jl^B '37JBL   ^S   *^~^?     |*t*3*i^P>     JbU9-0&&BL       mS*. ,H tt"*8t1& tr  Site Would Sit and Cry  Mrs.   Mary  Hocking,   Madoc,   Ont.,  writes:���������-*  "Dr. Chase's Nerve Food has done _.e a wonderful lot of good.  I sufjferedl from general weakness and was so run down and my heart  ���������and nerves were in such bad shape that I would sit down and cry  and not know what I was crying about. I also  used to have wfeak spell^P^anks to Dr. Ohase*s  Nerve Food, howe-yer. I aint-jiwal well now.  t  shall always ke-ep; a box of the  Nerve Food in the house, and rc-  Cd-mrnend _ them ;to my  friends:  liiifey are a "wonderful medicine."  (Mr. J. W. Vince, Druggist, of  Madoc. Ont., says: *1 have sold  Mrs. Hocking your Nerve Food,  and the medicine has done her  much good.")  BEe CHASE'S NERVE FOOD  80 Cents fi "box,, nil dealers, or Edmanson, Bates & Co., _td., Toronto  every  nc  S  JK  (0  10  pal. 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HIki  a-   MH'Ti   and   viim  ������.l|(!   liilM'i- lind   lu.Ml  wtv: un.**  Tll'lVOI1  tfliitier'd  I'ldlnv'cil  none! ������  'il  " lliAci.  r,o liinl.  1Ui-\  11  :  U\\ty ufi you do,1  "lillf    I llllIKH  IllOV-t)  riMMuiliitm*'. that   I  up v\IHi llinin."  "   Mv-..   I'���������ur iu" 11   rwiolUiHl.  k ul   l\fv dmight^r.  IJ|*������*1   Oljl,    lilt'    -iV ,11 I ,*tt I,,    i     ������*v kit, ���������  I������*(|I|I>|('������1    lOK  'liil.  for those Smokers  who llb-9 ^eir tobacco  Cufc Fine or who  roll thettr own  MACDONALtfS FineOit  mtmmtttaamm4t44mttttmtmimmmmmmtmmmtm  - Canada's Best Buy -  THE ECONOMY  PACKAGE  (Also Procurable in Packages iS^&ZSf)  MM ___._SMB5___-ESTONt   B.    O.  !  Houseliold Hints  Valuable  Reef pea    "For  Housewife "  the    Busy  GV3Vt$\tt-\QV9fLl  I  =JM  ��������� 'Green Tomato Butter  4 Quarts, green, tomatoes.     ,-���������   .-���������-������������������.  -  4 cups seeded' Sun-Maid raisins.  3 cups sugar, 2 teaspoons salt.  r  1 large lemon.  *���������**  Wash, dry and cut stem-ends out of  tlie^ tomatoes; cut in pieces, remove"  seeds; add sugar and simmer "for two  ���������"hours. Chop, raisins and add to tomatoes; add salt and lemon juice. Boil  half an hour.  nut-  Quick Work  New machinery   for   hotels,   cleans,  sterilizes   and   dries   2,500   plates   and  200 glasses in an hour.  Consumption* of. alcoholic "liquors in"  Turkey'-was forbidden after. April H,  says a Havas despatch from. Constantinople. .���������'*.-������������������      ���������  .,.*,,  The   CrystalL Palace,   London's   famous ~nij-  ground and scene oi: many a  military tournament and Football Association cup final,.has been practically razed by lire, ' : J  '.lapsing her ��������� .-balance  and  falling  on i  her head -'while"  'learning'-  to   Tide" aj  bicycle, - a twelve-yeai>old   girl,   Edith i  French, was  ton, Ont.  Canada's export's of. fish and fish  products totalled $11,606,626 in February, 1&2 3, in comparison?, with ?!,-  712,044 in the previous month, and  $1 ,&24,571 in February, 3 922. '"  -Tentative plans have been made in j  "New "York for the production ol 3-^giti- j  mate drama at small admission prices I  to  combat the  growing  popularity   oil  NEW BLOOD NEEDED  IN THE SPRINGTIME  Is It a Mistaken Policy  Try  as  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  Blood-Improving, Health-  Restoring T-onic '-.Z  Every man, woman and child needs  new, rich, red*'blood at this time of  the year. That -its a scientific fact.  All doctors know it. The blood grows  thin and poor^in the winter; there is  not enough of It and spring  shows  the   effect. .    Take  notice   and  4*. ���������.      ~00.~*t~l   1. .li 1^0.0- tr.~.^r0rf. -  0-.0-~r  ^   lata lly Injured at Hamn- < see how many people are pale and sal  low at this time of the-year.      They  complain   of   being  easily  tired,  their  An Age-Old Argument that Inevitably  Makes for War  The argument that tlie stronger we  are the less temptation will there be  to 'attack us will be used a thousand  ] times in the  coming years as it has  j been in the past.--*.. And it is.indicative  I of the one-sidedness of political thinking that  it never  seems to strike us.  that the position, we take here is an  anti-oscial one, "tliat it "asks of others1  something  we   passionately  refuse   t.o  accept when asked of us.     We do not  tolerate   the   existence  of a  group  of  rival powers so strong that resistance  to 51 would be hopeles^B^condemning  us-to a permanent    diplomatic   inferiority:     making    our free movement  ;.. '.-���������   Fig Raisin Cookies  1% cups brown sugar. 3 eggs.  1 cup butter, 1 cup white figs..  1 teaspoon   soda,   Y������   teaspoon  meg.     -  % teaspoon cinnamon.  2 cups English walnuts.  1 cup Sun-Maid seeded raisins.    '"  1 cup seedless Sun-Maid raisins.  ZYz cups flour,  Cream sugar and butter, add beaten  eggs, beat light; add soda dissolved in  hot.Twaier, spices and fruit. Drop  from spoon on ^greased pan; bake  slowly.      .    "        .*'-.--.'  SltoePoHsfies  After Every Meat  appetite  is  poor,  and  they are often   over the world a matter of sufferance.  That "  motion pictures.  That American liquor is being smug- ,  gled into Canada, is indicated in the  seizure- by'' the . customs J"'dffieev'"!Tc  Bridgeburg, Ont.;'of twenty gdlions'of  pure grain alcoiu>L in cans. Five  cases ofgin also" we're gathered. :  By a proclamation,; Junet 4, will this  year be observed in Canada as the  birthday of His Majesty.'' King George  V. June 3 this year falls on a Sunday, and the proclamation provides  for the following-'day being observed  as a national holiday-  depressed and low-spirited. . That is  mother nature urging them to Improve  their blood supply; but often their  digestion is weakened so .that they  cannot turn food into "blood without!  help. " Here is where 'modern medical; science conies to the rescue. Dr.  Williams."- Pink.Pills have a direct action on the blood and enable you to  get'.full Use ot" the blood-making ele-  ���������"NToEinan  Live?")  Angell    in   "Is   "Britain  to  New Ontario Trapping Industry-  Trapping of fur-bearing animals has  become a prosperous, industry in the  Fort William district, and last year  the total va^ue of pelts sold was $1,-  029,750. This total . includes the  bounty received by local trappers on  14,600 timber and bush wolves.  If  Tormented With Corns  Use Good Old "Putnam's"  Top ������if eaeSi meal  witli a bit of  sweet in ������ae form  of WRIGLEY'S.  If satisfies the  sweet tootli and  aids digestion.  Pleasure and  benefit combined.  mmttmB?  CHILDREN  It!s really a simple thing to remove  your corns, and without pain, if you  apply Putnam _ Painless Corn Extractor. It acts like magic, lifts out the  corn, root and branch, leaves the skin  smooth as silk. JNTo failure witb  "Putnam's." 25c everywhere.  M--_.._���������������������������������������������   ���������JBflfc ������������������������������������.���������  Distinctive Names  -   Reliability of News" _  Any person who will'ully furnishes a  Minnesota newspaper with a false  statement is guiliy oC an offence���������punishable" bs' h\.r. The law, is a good  one that ought Lo be widely copied.  The average newspaper alms a_t reliability, but it is forced to place a certain amount* of dependence on tlio  honesty 61" thosc who furnish it with  news.���������Farmers" Sun.       ���������" ���������    .  ~ ments in your meals.      You soon feel  ��������� their   effect���������your   appetite  Improves, ^  your nerves are steadier, color returns i  to tlie cheeks and lips, you-have more ;  vim  and "energy and  can work- witb  less fatigue.      The above  statements-  are borne out by the experience o������ Mr.  J. P. Gresch.uk,    Janow,    Man.,   wlio  says:���������"Very.recently-1 found -myself  in* a badly run down condition.  v -My  stomach  was   quite   out   of "order; -I  could eat but little and what I did eat  did not appear to nourish me.      I did  not seem to have enough blood; my  hands and legs were blue, and I had  no strength to work.     I tried several  medicines but did not get good results.  Then one day reading our newspaper  I read about Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  arid ^decided to try them.      I used a  half dozen boxes, and now  feel well  and strong, have a goodv appetite, and  can do my work with ease.      N&tur  ally I have great faith'in this medi  cine as a blood-making tonic"  Whether you are seriously ill, or  merely teel easily tired and out-of-  sorts, you should try Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills this spring. They������||*e sold  by medicine dealers everyiflf|gfiB9������*-or  will be sent by mall at 50 c^R^SHbox,  bv writing The Dr. Williams* Medicine  Co., Brockville, Ont. v  Picturesque   Appellations   of   Western  Towns Add to Their Fame  ~" "It is liigb time," says the Brantford  Expositor,  "that Moose  Jaw changed  1 its name."  La rge Pay ro J1 of U.S. Go ve rn ment  More than baLT a million persons are  on the payroll of the United. States  Government, although 102,101 have  been released during the two years  ending "Marcli 4, 1923. Of those released S8.000 were from the War and  Navy Offices, 20,000 from the Treasury and-j>,0OO from the Shipping Board.  Do' no t s&stter  another -day -s.iia  Xt-oli ing. Bleeding, ovrcotrud-  In-g Pllos- Ko  surgEloal ooer-  ,-tlott required.  Makes Breathing Easy. The con*--  striction of the air passages and the  struggle for breath, too familiar evidence of asthmatic trouble, "cannot  daunt Dr.  J.   ,D.    Kellogg's    Asthma  Remedy.      This is the famous remedy  ��������� ,    ���������.- ���������.  ,,. ... .. _. ���������  which is known far and wide for its   Expositor,  "that Moose  Jaw changed firtSSSfc l^M^^e^flt1*^ _\Zl f'au  complete    effectiveness     even    under L.      na_.e."      And it mentions Keginata������Jl������S WrJ������������^ b^_^U%^ %iumlb!_  very sevex-e conditions.      It is no un-l ���������    ,  ��������� , , . ,     ���������      ������     .   Toronto.   Saiapi������ |8ox������mu you ^nuonxuis  preparation     but j a.nd -Kenora as places which, changed J paper tsaO. enclose 2c. stamp to pay postage  their.names.   ~'...������������������������*. ,:*;~*, '��������� -c.':'?���������'���������  No��������� doubt,   says   the  Toronto   Star,  tried, experimental  one with many years of strong service  behind it. Buy it from your nearest  dealer.   "\  Operated by Wind  French engineers have"demonstrated  that a ship can be driven against the  wind by a turbine operated solely by  the wind and connected .to a propeller.  A   Househol<������, Medi cine1.���������They that  are acquainted with the sterling properties of fir. Thomas' Eclectrie Oil in |  the treatment of many "ailments would  not be without it in"ihe house. It is  l._ *j truly a household medicine and as it  is effective . in dealing with many "ordinary complaints it is an inexpensive  medicine. So, keep it at hand, as  lhe call for it may come most unexpectedly.  MRS, ALBERT  BLUNT  Vancouver  an  Important  Port  KIDNEY TBOTJBLE2  ���������Tho Kidney* euro   tho   Blood   "FHtarn ���������  When They  Womlcon and Stop TJ-p,  The Byn-fcem Booo-mea Overloaded.  "With. UrSc JWold.  Tormito, Out.���������"T can luBhly tccoju-  Tneiid i"JT. iHerce'rt Anurio < nuti-uric-acid )  Tablets to. oil tb<He who suffer in tsiiy  way with tltelc kidneys or btndder.  ���������fVmuic is by far the: h<-?\ stiedlclne nf the*  kind I have ever taken. My kidneys  were cuiiRicHted and hiClcitucd, -niy back  ��������� ached dom .et ll i ti ar awful, auy blndder wn������  wpsib and 1 Huflered fr������nn n .*-i~lt\\n������ and  lMiniiiKT srn^alluu. I was attnont down  (iulL oui ���������but, Uuuikrt lo J)oc������or 1'icrce 'ri  Anuric ( kidurry) Tablets. I do not suffer  any mmc, Tlnw^e who .suffer as C did will  find Br. 1'ierce'n An uric "I'ubleta. just the  medicine they need,"���������-Mth. Albeit Btuut,  IJ iVleviua Huce.  A.Mk yonr nearest (lriiKBriHt for Anuric,  in tablet form, or h������������! ID cent* i<> Doc-tor  I'ierce'a* I^aboruturv iu Hiidji'eljurc:, Out.,  fur trial pacWnK'.-. VV'rUe l>r. I'ierer, Prent.  ��������� InvalidH Hotel, Buffalo,, "N. Y., for free  luedical advtec  Now   Ranks  Third   In   Importance   on  the  Pacific Coast  A total oC 716, ocean-going vessels.  with a gross tonnasc ot 3,9(57,000, arriveel and departed  from the port  of  Vancouver In 1922, as compared with  ���������176 vessels of 2.9-16,000 gross tons Iti  192t.     D-ur-JnB the past year 1,5-H>,000  tons or cargo wore handled, ns against1  !Mi8,-000   tons   In   :ii>r2i.1.      In   addition,  tho re was handled 220,000,000  feet oi!  Mir-aber, 1-1.-160,000 busliols    o~    graLn,  ���������1.82,000    barrels    oC nour, and 30*3,000  , eases  oC apple's,  compared  wtyh  100,-  j 000,000, 3,240,000, 90.000 and 71,000 re-  I speetlvply ia "1921.     Vnncnuvev in now  I bird port In  rnnlc    on    the    Paclflc  ] Coast.    "havlrvR    passed    Seattle    and  'J'aeuuut,  Chinese Soldiers Sew Clothes On  Ten. thousand Chinese soldiers  guarding Tacbieiilu, the pass to Tibet,  are having their clothes sewed on their  bodies. Garment after garment of  heavily padded cotton Ss sewed into  place on the body to remain undisturbed until the suns oC summer return, The pass is the coldest place  on the border.  Regina was quite right in deciding: tliat  Pile of Bones was not a Suitable tiame  Cor a city that was destined to become  the capit&l of a province, but when  "Rat Mortage changed its name to Kenora. it evinced a finicky spirit and, for  most of us, somehow, Kenora has never stuck out on the map as one of the  salient point ss in Canada the way Rat  Portage did;.  As for Moose Jaw and Medicine Hat,  we liope they will stLck to the distinctive names they bear. Towns named  like that appeal to the imagination,  and one cannot - travel through, the'  west without stopping off to see them,  and to see the citizens of towns who  have enough personality to adhere to  such, names," instead of picking new  and better ones out of the works of  Bertha M. Clay or May Agnes Fleming.  MONEY ORDERS  A Dominion Express Aloney  Order loo &.**���������������  dollars  costs  three  cents.  Holloway'a Corn "Remover takes tho  corn   out    by   the roots.     Try it and  prove it.  I Successful in  stubborn feedi  cases, and wit!  puny babies '  when other fc  have failed.  .EAGLE BRAND  -CONDI-NSEU Ml UK.  FREE BABY BOOKS  Write to The Borden Co.  ICiitvit-ed. Montreal, 3or  two Bat������r wellare Rooks.  The Eskimos of the Hudson  Sfcrutts are in Uie habit of making  dlfe rings of various 'articles to  spirits, and Hci*aps of rood, powder  and whot, lobacoo and the like ru*e to  be found on tho graves of their dead.  CASTO R1A  For Infants aad ChiJldren  xu. ^^   -��������� j--~j. ^B_ AAMfc   ^Mfe������    *^b  _  lit Use For Over 30 Years  Always bears  * thc  St������ mature of  Mining Activity In B.C.  be-  ��������� i  Systematic      Prospecting      Wil 11  Carried  on   During tbe  Comtnig  Season  He new-ml a d Iv I ly IB noted in the Unit rest   tlisplayed   iu JtritiaJa   ������J*oiu.Lu'i������i*a  mlnlnw propei'lleK owned by Ameirlccun  capital,  Hevoral  deals involvlnR larfie  buiuh having #been, reported.      In addition, nminjjo-mcntire    tor    pyBi-enrntlo  pL*os]te<:tUiK during the comlnis Beas-on  h������ve been  completed which vrtt~  utn-  doubtodly brti������K Into view Hovorti.1 iniil-  diiiUkn������l ���������|irim|'ierll(-������������   fur dev^loiimenfe.  a~  W.    N.     V.  IW  -Minard'"?   L5nime������n*t  for Neurgilgla.  Ingenious  Wind Turbine  Has Greater Efficiency than Windmill  Vl    '   Says Japanese Inventor  An Ingenious wlttd turbine, said  to  be capable ot utilizing ait* currents in  ���������the Ken-oration of    power    witli    far  creator    ofTlclenny   than its predecessor,, the-windmill, has been perfected  by A. Osmki, a Japanese inventor. lie  claims tho turbine In operation turns  Into power GO per cent, of the  force  of    tfctfr    air    currents    strllsltiK    the  plan<3������. .    The ordinary  wind mill uti-*  Ilxes bul; 20 per cent.     The equipment r  includes a storage    battery    arrange-1  ment by  which th* power generated  may'bo*held! in reserve to secure uninterrupted   service   when   the   wind  subside*!.  Bad Breath  Overcome  -I  _ "Bad breath Ss a sign ol decayed  5 teeth, foul stomach or unclean  bowels." If your teeth are Rocvd,  look to your digestive organ* at  tonce. Get Seigel's Cut ative Syrup  at druggists. 15 to 30 drops nf te r  meals, cl can up your food paa&a-g������  SS and slop the q������d breath odnr.  3������  ������50c and $1.00 Bottles.   Do not  buy substitutes. Get the genuine,  -**>c=r><>Mi>-c*-^  "pBBPH:  Good   Work  of   Fisheries   Department  Much work is betnj; done by the  Federal l*5enartnif������rit of Fisheries In re-  stoclclng- with flsh ickks Canada's lakes  lund alr-ciuna. Ijast year the depart-  ment distributed S*lt> million -flsh and  "flah >AKigs -frorn hep dliferent fifth hatcheries among th������ various lakes and  rivers,  Of these G-35    million    were  whiten ah, "165 mil Hon *plol<ere! and 10C  million salmon.  -Mlmard'* Liniment for Rheumatism  ^Q * jR    j^Bjj^f   fflP*     JH^H     MS    .MB ^ffjm  a\m*W^m  on tho  Ziut-*t*~-  Tilt I S-rmtt !������ ������������>��������� of lt>*  bait a*t-r -wiitlru t������**r<fe������  hoHttmimBud It. (tnnat.  tn tiSnln.cvar} *������t. u>t,Ikr-  at*. **l.i0W-~f:~*~i tt <1������M  ">*1(U rvrtT .-Irr.til  Hut  fcorwni-ih Ii1������*������lc \~, nnd t-5l������ l.e*" to  ���������~:...l :..'. i ui.     ;>.? nt ���������-"..-.-i   i ��������� m. -.'---i ~  ��������� nd ������*u->������ln������. toirf4������M)| aiid (������������������������-**>l������'R.  TIm h������f.te In wnrtli lAtnt rtcllxri l������ thn  *.������������,.Urr ������f *hor������������������. 1>*-H ������*-l J������*>������'"  !"������������������*)*.  .  1������ la ������������������������ tn-ir rtri;g|l������t On iu   1* la ������U������i.]*iiUl.  Ut*.    Harm U- **t*m n(*'4������.1on i  a������rr������ ftrj>i<'i, K '*., J*������ i.. IM*.  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Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C.
Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance.
$3.00 to U.S. points.
 *^- F- Hayes, Editor and Owner,
The Season's Selling
Without exception every rancher
in tlie vblley will read with a great
deal of satisfaction our aruipunee-
ment elsewhere in this issue that
Creston growers have decided to
remain outof the Associated Growers this year*
This feeling of satisfaction is due
not to the fact that the growers
here are out wf sympathy with the
Associated Growers at Vernon, or
that it is certain that keeping ont
of the big organization ia the best
thing to do, but to the fact that a
definite selling policy has been decided upon.
With the fruit shipping season
certain to commence within two
weeks, ahd with rumors circulating
of financial difficulties to be overcome, ranchers have been justified
in feeling quite uneasy as to the
marketing outlook this year. Now
that a definite announcement is
made this uneasiness will change to
The mere  fact that tbe   present
board of directors and the management of the Union have announced
a selling policy for the season means
that they   have taken hold   of the
business feeling   assured    that   the
season will prove  a successful one,
ah assurance  which they could not
have unless certain that both financial   and   marketing arrangements
were in good condition.
Commencing May 25th
the Union will be in a
position to supply Contract Holders with
credit accommodation
on purchases of Sulphur
and Fertilizer.
Greston Fruit Growers
fill     ���
So far as marketing arrange
me-iiis are concerned it would ap
pear that the directors had no
option as to what course they
would pursue. At the commencement of the co-operative agitation
it was unanimously decided by
both ranchers and business men
that the one essential thing -was to
get together as a body locally.
With this end in view committees
composed of both business men and
ranchers devoted days of their time
making a thorough investigation
in an effort to arrive at a basis
upon which the. growers of the
vaiiey could work together.
That the efforts of this committee
were directed along intelligent lines
is more than proven! by the fact
that over 85 per cent', of the growers have signed contracts to sell
through the Union ibis year.
The basis on which these con
tracts were signed outlined a definite policy in connection with the
provincial ��a-operative movement,
stating the conditions under which
the growers would consent to join
the larger movement. These conditions the Associated Growers
were unable to meet with the result
that Creston will do Iter own selling
this year.
In connection with this decision
we have no apology to offer. The
men.who have had the work in
hand are Just as capable of making
wise decisions as are the leaders of
the Okanagan movement and in
addition have a thorough understanding of local conditions.
r Whether the move is a wise one
or not time alone will tell; certainly the rank "and file of the ranchers
seem to be delighted with the turn
affairs have takerfbnd are decidedly optimistic as to the ability of the
Union to produce results in real
profits to the grower this season.
This much  can   be   assured    of.1
5?he future success of   every man in
the district is definitely dependent
upon tbe   su-ccess or failure   of the
[greston Fruit Growers Union.   _he
only pbssible course for each citizen
to follow is to   give   the   business
both moral  and financial   support.
Say a good word   for the Uhson at
every opportunity,  and   turn every
dollar of  business their way   that
you can.
mg the general outward appear-
ance off the abode of the dead/ what
is going to"be done about brightening up things about the premises of
the living, mote especially in the
direction of painting up residences
and business houses-and otherwise
cleaning up the town. Tbe sugges
tion,, while Far from being, new, is
very pertinent. We have no hes
itation in saying that no town on
the Crow line is better known thau
Creston���certainly no other place
gets half the effective publicity
given; Creston���and yet it must be
admitted that visitors, or those
who merely, pass through, can
hardly he favorably impressed with
the all too shabby appearance of
the place.
In business and social life most of
us believe that a good appearance
is most essentia), but when it comes
to maintaining the reptitatirn of
the town is this equally essential
respect its wonderful the number of
alaekers the town possesses.
��� ��� Insofar as a general paint up
campaign goes it has the merit of
combining a necessary investment
along with the benefit conferred in
making the place more presentable
for, as the mc pre modern adage has
it, when you save the surface you
save all.
.   Tourist nt,   "K-i-ioiro��-^���i.    xi.-.   .
... - \"~ -4.0,x..mwjtt.    titts    beuson
will be able to while away the hours
or the evening in pleasant fashion.
Sam Bysouth is busy installin�� a
radio outfit which he hopes will be
sufficiently powerful to enable him to
listen in on broadcasts as far.diBtant
as Spokane. .
Fob Sale-���Refrigerator,
season, will sell   for $18.50.
used   one
- Mawsou
Senator Dunlap and * anSan Straw
berry Plants,   guaranteed   free   from
��?.eTiI*  . $8 P^   thousand.     Monrad
Wigen, Wynndel. '. -
Anglican Church Services
8andllu.ni.    7.30 p.m.
is there any
ieat in the
Pianoforte,  Organ and
Singing Lessons
��� :���-*'���;���/       PP'i'mri&Z'.'    ���P-\-Zy ���'"���"���"
P.O. S~ixJ6   .
(Canyon)      ERfOKSbN iMJ.
S.   AD_AftD
This is the first question that presents itself
to the housewife if an
unexpected visitor drops
in for a meal. But why
Shamrock Brand
Hams and Bacon
- Finest   QuaUty
Cooked Ham
Lunch Meat
Bologna, &c.
are always to be had
here. In meats nothing
quite equals 'Shamrock'
& GO., Ltd,
Men's Half Sole.
Supt. Flett paid Sirdnr\a visit again
nn Friday, inspecting fill operations at
the Landing on which work will probably be complete, at the end of .the
month, with about 1500 feet of iill
made this season.
Rev. H. Varley was here from Creston for -Church of ESngland service, on
Sunday evening. ; A number from
here will go to Creston this Sunday on
the occasion of the *vi��*it of the bishop
of Kootenay. , -'���"-"    "
E. W. "Ryckmari, the" Creston
plumber, was h-ere -nn a business visit
on Friday.
Loyal Orange Lodge, ^o, 2085
Jle^tsTHIRI>THtriiSDAYofC ;
each    month    at    Mercantile
Hall. . Visiting brethren.cordi- . -
.allv invited,
Women's Half "Soles--L-TZ3-0 ���'
^'inchBaimeStraps���--.���':. 25
1-inck Haime Straps.--. 30
th-mch\ Haime Straps������   i3$
All other parts pf Harness at
corresponding prices.
Shoe and Harness Repairing
Sfiepafa $f
ai BBBOMgaBBSfim i'~'n i
Paint and Clean Up I
The Review is grateful for at
least "one letter commending our
editorial reference last week to the
good work done by the Board of
Trade cemetery beautification ooui-
naitfrcB* at the conclusion of which
we observed that an an ambitious
town like Oreston appearances
What our correspondent would
haye us point out is that now such
good work haa been done beautify-
B.W. Payne Is -3D charge p! the
carpenter - wbrfc" ��� _ri" '"Ett-e; add j fciorv th.ft.fe.
is being- made to the^Whttesides store.
The lower floor will provide a store
room witb cold storage, whilst the top
floor, which will be about SO feet
square will be available for dances or
public meetings.
Mr. and ��� Mrs.   C M. Loasby   were
motor visitors to Creston on -"riday.
C. M. has j ost completed the '(erection �����
of a garage at Kuskanook���the first
structure of the sort .tp, be built there.
Carpenters are busy} at Kuskanook
this week ei*ecting a boathouse alongside the wharf, for the' ho lining of the
launch used by lineman Phillips in
telephone repair wcrk.
Deer hre reported unusually thick in
the country around Kuskanook this
spring, Goorsce* Jensen counting some
twenty of them in a Single herd one
day Inst week.
The frame work of Sid McOabeV
new residence is nearing completion
and when finished* it will attract the
attention of all in its commanding- location on Sbaugnessy Heights.
Effective Sunday, May 20'"'
Ti in es for 1 ra ins at Creston wi 11 be
No. 67, Daily���-Leave 3.22 p.m.
No. 68, Daily���Leave 12.35 p.m.
No. 67���Lv. 3.11. No. 68���Lv. 12.60.
to s_--
TranM-danada Limited���Nos. 7 and 8,
h11 standard sleeping .care, between
Montreal. Toronto and Vancouver,
will be resumed. First train leaves
each nf these points on May 20th.
The. Mountaineer���Trains Nos, 13 nnd
14. between St; Paul and Vancouver.
vvill.be resumed.'first through train ���
passing Calgary westbound .June 13,1
and eastbonnd June 12. .���'���'''���'
. <x-SAxyozZ.       -   ��� .. . ������,   ��� ...
For* fiilntben particulars apply to any
TicKet Agent.
District Patannger Agent, Cctlsrary
ram  Brie* et arst-elass   land
 _.~J to &�� an oare; second-c_sa te
9B.Sd an w~~y.: :':-y:
Pre-emption ,-. sow������'���' confined
veyed IwaSs:��nfSS ������yiZ-Z.y
Reeo-rtSe-will b��grantedcover���a* o_y
tend suitable for earl-cultural purposes
and which .is n<ux---Unb��r~as~~~- -     -
but psarti4~a~ta not moretfaaa fottr -may
' ~~tmJ~~S~&. ��c~*-~r^Jaunm*.*- '*i~i='i._pii*=SS
witn j&lnl"~f~~lamD��m. ~>vt ��aob mafctng
nacaaaary _aprova_anta on respeofiv*
.    Pr��-��tnptor�� a����t oaoupjr -olmtota for
value of f 10 par iva InduOins cloaf-
lur end cultttatfo_ of at laast 5 acres.
before reooirinff * Orbvra Chrant. *
"Whw-B pre-amptor In occupation aot
2*52 thssi S y-wtf-a. ��ja isaa made -pw.--.-
portlona.te lmpror��menta. ha m&r. 3m-
cftUM o/ Ul-*baalth, or oUnaa* ea-itse. ba
provamesit aad tr_i8f��r bis ~i~~~s~~.
���   Reoo^^Ut ; without. permanent  real- ,
denoe may b* Usiraad. provided ��ppU-
eant makaa Improveue&to te extent Of
��ViP. per, annum aad reoordc MLma e_sb
year.   Failure to moke lmprovementa
. or record hum will  operate 'aa forfeiture.    Title cannot be obtained,In
leaa^tban E year*, and i���provementa
of 9W.M per acre.  toclUdlis* * acres
cleared and cultivated, and residence
of at leaat 2 years are regulred. ifc
P-re-emptor   holdU^gp   CA>wn ^rant
BERKSHIRE. ReRistered,  93.00.
Stewart, Alice Siding.
OtiOlli   WTith   hla
sm    ^Zz    *    ^    eea^iij    ju    r
g|��Wj without act
j i aranted land.
Unsurreyed _
aeres,  may. be
tltlaJto be obtain
Taot enseedina; 20
'ulfliUnar resl-
 ~. -~-..m.,t. oosdltsosfl.
rewatlntc and Industrial purpoaea
exoeedltur   140   acres  may  be
hy OH* na,0~m-t**~. mm.	
one person or company,
������"���--        Industrial*
 ,��� vvHuseo niter ���rmniltns; mm
dentlal and Improvement conditions.
j?t~r amutlngr and Industrial n��.^��-
areas   e���
leased b:   	
HU1, factory or innuotria
timber land not esooodteur
may be purchased; conditio
payment or Btumpam.
Katur *
oonditlonarupon oonatsruqtion of a -road
to them.   Rebate of one-half of oevt of
litis* half of pmrohooe
alias on
40 acres
Ions lnolude
��  Inaooesalble
*-���*-   wcw-eaa* .     ,
road, not
prloe. is
time within whiSht!
?>f a dec-tasad * pro's
or tltift tanSw tie
m':      '-am.- ' ���AOT. '
The aoopo of this Ant I* enlarged to
Include efl pereonfl JmhIim and serr-
1ns wtmZniUi��� MM^st^i^reea.    Vtxe
Ithla whlch^tka _��ir�� or dfvjifces
^Jtouay apply
 ..���   ~~.~~r-m^0t, ��� is extended
on* year from the death of
 - ���;erth�� poncJ-SH^S'the present
vtrar.   Thia prlvilar* Is also made <^-.
troactive. ���-���,', * ������ #
Ko foea velatlnjr Co nrf-emptlona aro
due or payable by ibiaiere on
���mpttons recorded afiar June 10, a..
Taxes are remitted for five yeara.
Provision for retu~- " ���
from for
~~.a~~~rti~~~~~tS^SS? -""�� �����-
-provision    pnada
Craven grants to
Grown Land*.
puir��u*a*ra .who
purehaae. InvoJi
fll I ment of
mm l,^b.*����wbasare    of
t.r^t"��n_ uSSi wUL S2h��^^ Jb!'
eralo TO Wm yrhATof ol,rtF���U(5[0S2?"
_?,ni���"Lr��^*a .P��W��rMoi��t3fl��r SvoS
wuoie area, Anni[aationn �������.*.��.���!?'
made by May ttim. m"Bt   ba
Oraalna*   ..
��� -00 . Aot. lMft  for
yldefl for ���mnalhar diatriots
iodic indu
inuai araslnir parihttaTlM^'Kffi
nuint>are ra-n*r*<rtl* prPwlVv "TS ,D~r"?a
j-ined^ ownera.      itoDk-owriarB    tttt~-
l*V$l &S. ����u��l��6r* -or travenera, up
j -^v***^**^*
i'r'i*Mti--|irniiiriili*ii THE  CBESTON  BEVIEW  - Sirdar* visitors at Creston have.been  numerous the past week. On Thursday Mrs. North and Mrs. Tuohey were  at the metropolis.' Mrs.- Dennes qbj  Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cameron  for the weekend, . whilst on Monday  Mr. and Mrs. Loasby and Mrs. Jones  were-meitor visitors there.  Mr. and Mis. S. Padcuzeo are being  heartily congratulated on   the arrival  Saturday of a pair Eif twin girls.  Mrs. P. Lombardo, who has been a  'patient in St. Eugene hospital, Cranbrook for the past ten days, arrived  home at the first of .the' week, somewhat improved in health.  There was a splendid turnout for the  Church of England service, in the  schoolhouse on Sunday night, and  some are going to Creston on Sunday  for the.-confirmation service by the  _ishop of Kootenay in Christ Church  iu the evening.  LAND REGISTRY ACT  Section 160  ln the matter of the West Halves of  Lets 40 aud 50, Block 2, of Lot 891,  Group    1,    Map   896*    Kootenay  *.>*./   District.:  Proof having been filed  in my office  of the loss of  Certiflcate of Title No.  7890 I to the above mentioned fa nds in  the name of Charles Orin Rodgers a nd  Floyd  Charles Rodgers   and .bearing  date the I2th August.   1920.    I HERB  BIT GIVE NOTICE of mv intention at  the expiration of- one*calendar.month  from the  first  publication   hereof  to  issue to the said.Charles Orin Rodgers  'and   Floyd  Charles   Rodgers  a   pro  visional Certificate of Title in lieu of  such   lost   Certificate. 7   Any   person  having any information witn reference  to such l6st Certificate of Title is re  quested    to  communicate    with   the  undersigned.  Dated at the Land Registry Office.;  Nelson. B.C., tnis 22nd day of January, A. D., 1623.  A. W. 1DIENS.  Registrar.  Date of   first   publication   May   25th,  1923.  McLaren, Hayes and F.  Staples of Creston were callers here on  Friday, the former being busy posting  notices repecting the game laws."  Kuskanook was an unusually busy  spot on Sunday, an fche neighborhood  of twenty motor cars making the  round trip from Creston.   '  The sale of Chautauqua tickets  commenced here on Saturday and  already the sale is much heavier than  a year ago.  Mrs. .Riddle of Calgary, wife of  Pullman Conductor Riddle, was calling  on Sirdar and Kuskanook friends at  the weekend. "  Harry Hughes .and Jock McDiarmid  were down' the lak������ in the Hughes  launch - on Friday trying out the  fishing, but had only average luck.  ,  Jas. Cook, of Creston was herd at  the first of the week on a business and  pleasure trip, and was guest cf the  North's and Loasby's during his stay.  His visit was to canvass the Anglicans  on behalf of the finances of Lhe church.  The Ladies' Guild have just received  acknowledgement from Christ Church  treasurer of the i eceiving of $50 from  the Guild toward the rector's salary.  iaci&ft&f*  NOT8CEI  Notice of Adjournment of  .Court. of. Revision -  /���������-r"  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given  that it is the intention of tbe undersigned, during the sittings of the  Court of Revision Irir the Kaslo Electoral District toTTie field at Kaslo on  the 2.8th day of June* 1S23, and after  hearing such matters iter may then and  there be brought before the said  Court, to adjourn the Sittings of the  safd Court of Revision to Tuesday, the  18th. day of June, 1923, such adjourned  Sittings to be hold at Creston, in the  said Electoral District at the Provincial Constable's Office, tt two o'clock  in the afternoon, for the purpose of  hearing all such further matters as  may there be . brought before the said  Court." ���������  RONALD   HE WAT.  Registrar of Voters for the  Kaslo Electoral District  Kaslo, B.C.. May 15,1823.  MHom Siding  Mrs. Constable got home at the end  of the week ptppn Cranbrook. Master  Everard is coming along nicely in the  hospital but will not 'be back for another week.  A pirty of fifty members of the  Social Club had a picnic outing at  Arrow Cr-eek on Saturday afternoon.  Games and races were provided for the  children and a splendid supper was  served, the day passing most pleasure-  Ably.  Mre*. Dick Smith is a visitor with  her parents at Porthiil this woek.-'  Mrs, an~*. Mly. Ruth Stace Smith  were  visitors . with Nelson   friend'last  week. "Z  --*    ���������>  Principal Lallamnnd was -a Cranbrook visitor oyer the week-end.  Chautauquadtickets are selling well  in the Alice Siding district as usual.  Jack Smith .was a week end visitor  here from Kitchener.  TAtfC Tn TUT nnrM  IsH  .'Mra. T. C Phillips and young son  are here from Calgary, Alberta, and'  are sgending a few days at the Speery  Phillips ranch. *"������������������'-'";'  R. Baker, who formerly operated  the Creston Cafe, has purchased the  former Weston ranch on the Porthiil  Thad. and hits taken possession of the  property. He will go into chicken on  a- fairly large scale, having at present  about 20G baby chicks. ������  A community pienic will be held at  Huscrdft's on May 24th, and an invitation has been extended ������I1 Lister  people to come and enjoy the holiday  there. Games will tx* in evidence, as  well as races for the youngster, while  a liberal supply of ice cream is assured  ��������������� very one.  Harry Brown has cont men ced work  on the cement foundation for a 36 _ 24  ft. .house on the land he lately  purchased from Col.: Lister. Fred  Weston is helpj ng with the work.  The majority of the male residents  have migrated to tbe mines and mills,  dances at*Lister are now cons*>ieuous  hy their absence,  The new board Of directors of the  Lister Trading & Supply Co., Ltd., are  to be commended for their first officia'  action, which is the stumping���������and  levelling up of a -wide stretch of roadway in front of the store.  Apropos of the speech of Mr. Dixon,  who accompanied Gen. McRae on his  speaking tour, several inquiries have  been received as, to whether Mr. Dixon  nas ������ good receipt* for moonshine, and  if sn> will he kindly publish it.  J? Paul and J. Nagle, having finished  spring work on their respective  ranches, have gone to Coeur <r_Jene.  Idaho, for the sum me������\ where they  have secured employment in the mines  tliMe. "'"'  These are wonderful motoring days���������weather-  roads���������scenery���������everything that makes motoring delightful is at its best.. Fishing trips, picnics, week-end  tours,���������anywhere you-want to_go is within reach when  you own. a Ford  STAPLES & PIERSON  Gaisyan City  T. It. Mawson and Principal Kolthammer are handling the Chautauqua  ticket sale here this week, and report  the demand for these ^consider*blv  better than List season.  Miss H. Quinh of Kaslo is a visitoi-  here at present, the guest of Miss  Frances Kaott.  Mrs. Hickey is beginning to feel her  oldtime self agai n a f ter a rather slow  recovery from  a severe attack, ofthe  flU.       v--������*  Mr. and Mrs..Hla tr and family have  moved back to Canyon from-, the  Reclamation Farm, where-they have  resided Kince last fall.  Alfred Nelson reports that ha has  just disposed of the former Sheehan  lanch, near the nt ill, whieh be pur-  chased-goBse span ths ago. Us. Mr. and  Mrs. Marble,'"who hall from Alberta,  and who get possession at once.  -'-'.��������� ���������'.������������������" *.-**.* ������������������ ���������.*-.*  _. Moberg  and   M. Samuelson   are  the latest to leave for "Wynndel,  where they are -employed in the Winlaw sawmill. P-...  \ ��������� --  Geo. Davie and%Mr��������� Humble are  busy at a four-acre land-clearing con-  ti-act ari~ iaes O. -Johnson place, which'  Mr. Kolthammer purchased- about a  inonth-ago.  The Ladies9 Club are making  arrangements for- the staging" of. a  pageant un the school grounds on  June 9th.  7 Saw Scott of Brickson' is here these  days doing cl paring work on "th'e  twenty acres he purchased from the  Land Settlement Board some eighteen  months ago.  Guy Browell is> back at Work in  charge of the Federal truck at -hard  surface road work* at Erickson. whilst  Goidon and Ernest Vance are with a  telephone gang at Kitchenei pending  the settlement of the * I.W.W. strike  at Coeur d* Alene, Idaho, trherfr they  had previously been employed.  Comprehensive Baiildiijr Service  Whatever your bankiiiff reqEriremeiats may be, any  one of ihe 21$ branches of thf? b_=_ ss_ ssrrc you  satiiiffactorOy.  __om a small personal savings accomsft, to a volume  of foreign exchange, or from colieeftSoBS en drafts  to advice concerning inveatmeEt, ss?r ss-viae Is  prompt and adequate.  ���������:.������������������'.."��������� 'r;y ';:r-   ..'. '._-���������.. ���������������   ���������  C, W. ALLAN,  OF CAMABlA^  CRESTON BRANCH,  Jbfftea-g������r.  ensive Economy  THOSE who keep their securiti-s  and other valuables at home,  -rather than place them under jhe  protection afforded by our Safety  Deposit Boxes, are -fuiuung great  risks of total loss by fire^or theft.  **I_e animal rental of th-eae "boxes iasmall.  Let ������s show them to yo������_ *t*  THE CANADLAN BANK  "        OF COMMERCE  fVUDut/P CAPITAL       ���������        .        $! 5.000.00������  RESERVE FUND ���������        -        $15,000.00������  -    CRESTON ERawCH. C. &. Bwmctt, afcuMger-.  apers, 35c  roll  order to niatcl  Every spring nature decorates the fields and forests with a new covering.  Take a tip from Nature and brighten up your home*'  We have just recived a fine range of Wall Papers, with Ceilings and Borders  to. match, direct from the east, in various shades and patterns for each and every  room in your home, at prices ranging from 35c. per double roll up.  Bring the measurements of your room and we will show yon how cheaply you  can brighten it up. -  ���������<i f-i-i h  CRESTON MERCANTILE COMPANY  LIMITED  m~~~w~w~~wm  m~m~~wmmmffm0  Hot Air  Steam  and  Hot Water  Heating  Sheet Metal Work.    A good stock of  and Pipe Fittings on hand.  E.W. RVCKMAN,--Creston  JMSI JM '        gum 1___i ____*  usSd Your  Own Homo  -~~u  aae  Get an early start on your house. Build it during  the early months of Spring and enjoy it this Summer.  We always have a complete stock of good lumber  for you to pick from, and a retail department to help  yon figure.just what it wiii cost you.  There never was a bettor time to build.  Canyon Ciff Lmimi Cffirpn  Lm~T~ZD  WIWiDiM THE  '^"^W/X'iJMSTON/'yB,    C.  The world famous Assam teas in  RED ROSE give it that richnes? and fragrance that sc distinguish it ffEom _rdmar^  teas.  1 Mail Rates Iii Canada  Ltt*wer Than In U.S.  is Mood tea  ia  i1.1  Omaha   N������wspaper   Claims   American  Freight   Rates  on   Wheat   Much  -*-*������������������"'       Higher Than Hers  Investigation   shows   that   Canadian  railroads are  pci'Iohiiins    the    same  service- for Canadian wheat raisers at  just about one-halC the figure charged  hy     American    railroads,     says    the  Omaha World-Herald.     And the Canadian   farmers   are   complaining   that  the}7 do not get a square deal.  Western American farmers are paying from 50 per cent, to 100 per cent.  more to get their wheat to the lakes  than the Canadian farmers have to  pay, "but how? Nobody seems to  know.  The three great lake ports for western, wheat are Fort William lor^Cana-  dian farmers; Duluth for Northern  American farmers;* arid Chicago for  central farmers. Ail three oi" these  ports are at the head of the lakes.  Fort William Is some. 200 miles lroni  Duluth. All - thi*ee. are about, equal  distance from Buffalo.  Sweetgras-'s, Montana, on the Great  Northern railroad, is about ten miles  from Coutts, Alberta., on the Canadian  Pacifi-c. Sweel grass is :i ,00-t miles  from,Duluth. Coutts is 1,203 mile;;  from Fort William. When the American farmer at Sweetgrass ships his  wheat to -Duluth, 1,00-1 miles, he pays  43 cents per hundred pounds. When  his Canadian neighbor ships his wheat  to Fort William, 1,203 miles away, lie  pays 21 lii cents. The American rate  for the 200-mile shorter haul is 15 _  cents greater. And the two farmers  may live within sight of each other.  When "the Lander, Wyoming, -farmer ships his-wlveat 1,275 miles to Chicago over the -Northwestern railroad,  he pays Gii1,-: cents per 100 pounds���������as  compared with the 271/2 cents.paid hy  the Canadian farmer at Contts. ���������  packet  UNLtbb vou see me name  ** Bayer  on tablets, you  are not getting Aspirin at all  o  if you_  roll your  cwrv,  -p asfefor^  Big Gold Production  It has been estimated that-the total  gold  production in the year 1922  exceeded one million ounces, the largest  production since 1902.  Behave  ���������"��������������� .i        ~r\ *��������� -ti     ��������� I  uecenuy   Ur   r ensh  We  Accept only an "unln-okOTi package" of VBaycr Tablets of  Aspirin," which contains dirccLiot-ss and dose worked out "by  physicians during* 2 2  years and  proved  safe by millions  for  Headache Rheumatism  Neuralgia" Neuritis  Lumbago Pain, Pain  Colds  Toothache  Earache  "'-'"fiuver" boxes ... 12 tablets���������Also hot ties of 2*4- and 100���������Druggists.  3 lu rn ly  *������nlr":t I** tit* t*-ii-l-������ wsnr'c (resist ������r������(1 In ^anailn) ot Tlij-rr "MasiiiCaotiTre pt ~*i<iti<~-  ~-\~.:i*~ni-~il''-~r4-c-('-t ^-niiryiicsn-Ui. Wliilc*'U. l������.w������������*|l Issutivn l-tiat- Ani������li'U*l mPans Harm*  jttan.isfu**. "-r.i-'  t'- .tNslst  0������- imiilir -aKMitiHt tinltatioii-jf, six*- Ta.bl.r1ji ot Bayer Company  -t-vUL  Ue  btai������:>'.*a  -wiLli  tike I r ts~r.-n-~i.l  trade -marls.,  tlie  "Xtay-cr Cross."  Approaching   a    State    In    Which  Could  All  Live in   Harmony  "Now that man can.do so much more  good   and   &o  much  more  harm,  than  ever he could before, $o that he is approaching  a   statct,iti  -which  all mankind could llve~almost    like    one    respectable   family   or   could   annihilate  itself by lhe perfection, of its poison  ���������.g-nses audits cultures of deadly genus,  the piquancy of the old    dispute    bet-ween the ascetics and the humanists  increases in Hke proportion.      We are  becoming   so   strong   tliat   ,U*   we   are  not good, -\vc shall pull the whole temple, down  on   our  heads.       We   must  either behave decently ov perish, nnd  the issue cannot be eraded by calling  upon science to give ua goodness as a  kind of by-product ol* the things tliat  it  can   and   does   give   us.       Wireless  telegraphy will  go on   getting clearer  and   cleaver, bnt it wi3l never  tell us  which "kind ol" messages ,it  is  honorable    to    send, and wind! not.���������Manchester <tuardlan.  THANKFUL MOTHERS  Once a mother has used Baby's Own  Tablets for her little one she would  use nothing else. The Tablets give  such results that the mother has nothing but words of praise and thankfulness for them. Among the thousands  ot! mothers throughout Canada who  praise the Tablets is Mrs. David A.  Anderson, New Glasgow, 2ST.S., who  writes:���������"I have used Baby's Own  Tablets for my children and from my  To  Improve News Service  a  American   Newspapers  Would  Build  Radio Station  N������ar Halifax  Application has been made to the  marine department to license the erection of a-wireless station at St. Margaret's Bay, near Halifax, by the  American. Publishers' Committee on  Cable and radio communication.  The New York Times, Tribune,  World and Herald, the Chicago Tribune, Philadelphia Public *Ledgevr, International News, nnd United Press  are associated in the enterprise, the  application being _ made by C. F.  Crandall, of the British United  Press.      An    experimental    plant    of  experience I would    not    be    without  them. I would urge every other mother}moderate power has been operated for  to keep'a box of the Tablets in the  house1.!*- The Tablets are a mild but  thorough laxative which regulate the  bowels a3id sweeten the stomach;  drive out constipation and indigestion;  break .up colds and simple fevers' "and  .make teething easy. They are sold by  medicine dealers, or by mail at 25c a  box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine  Co., Brockville, Ont.  A  Find  Roman  Relics  vase,   a  silver  plate  and  several  a year between "London and Halifax,  and thence overland to the large  American cities. It is how proposed  to erect a large station for handling  pregs matter exclusively. There are  stations in Britain and on the continent as far east as Moscow.  articles of jewelry, supposedly dating  from the period of Roman occupancy  of Britain, have been found on the  estate ot! Major-William Gordon Ross  at Chinnor.  Income   Tax   In  Russia  j tax ranges lYoni Ij to S per cent.      No  ��������� alinvvnnce  is made for wires or  ehll-  Externally cr Internally, it is  Good.���������When applied externally by  brisk rubbing, Di\ Thomas' Eclectrie  ( Oil opens the pores and penetrates the  tissue, touching the seat of the trouble  and immediately affording relief. Administered internally, it will still the  irritation in the throat which induces  coughing and will relieve affections of  the bronchial tubes and respiratory  organs.      Try it and be convinced.  In   Kngland   it   is   quite   a   common  custom  U> cut Bank of  l-Un-shutd notes  | in half aud send  the two    halves    by  l_*5rt i ne  i'n  f ----il.  UI-TI.L  I ���������;'!���������!'���������  '���������nt   r;  li,    t:..  Received     a     Salary  Dollars  Monthly  During February ihe max 1 mum ��������� post  in  separate  envelopes.       This  is  I'or Government odleials was 2,-   done to lessen the risk   ol'    loss,    and  :-*���������������������������*. lc >. KU.-^Ui .-��������� JHf-W 11 If l) Il.l'* ,  !*i ~.v.::i receiving mnr.* llin'i',  -.i<in''j~ ruli.i'L will -ii-jy So per,  iii-* -v.: pin.- tt������ Min < iriveni-������  I rf-i'-u't-.i ������������������ be'������>-,v J ,!iriO.i"H������u,ii00 ���������'  .: .lIh'imi ?~~, a .iii'illl l.i ai |i|-������v:*:- ,  ,*-���������. r,; ���������".-���������.(���������ijjn'iL'^, nr*' not suhjeci. ���������  ;n*:i.   Iti!*   friiiii   Ihat  :*.i.li������i  on  ������111*  of     52 ' dren.  ��������� salary  Gu(i,<HH*l,0t)0   rubles   nionlhly,   or   about  %~i~,   which    was   received   hy    Ijcnin,  Ti^nslsv'   and other jinpoi-'lant ol'ilcials.  Hairs Catarrh Medicine  Those who aro In a. "run down" ..condition willflpnoLicc that <*at:iri'h bothers  them much more i.lwui when thoy arc in  good health. This fact proves that  while Catarrh lit a local rtisoa.se. It Is  prcutly inU\������*r*vo.pil hy cousiitiiiiiotwil con-  I dltioiirt. IIAIX'S     C.VTAUUll     MKIH-  I (.-INK   tx   :i   Toole*   iiml   acts   l.hrmitfh   tho  | blood   upon   tho   Tnui'.oii.s   mi i-f.-u-PH   -tif   thrt  I body, thus roJucInK l.ho. In tin 111111:111011 and  n.psU-sllnjj Naturo  lu  rcaloriut;- nonuul con������  dltlouR.  Ail   DriifrK-iwt.fl.        -niivMlrirs  free.  l<*. J. Cheney fc Co., Tolodo. Ohio.  1 does'not impair  ' which    will    he  ge. the r.  the value or 1he nol en,  honored if joined fo-  Presents Shire Horse to Canada  Following the example set by the  King, Mrs. Stanton, of Knelston, 33ng-  land, has presented a first-class shire  hores to, Canada Cor breeding purposes. This animal, together with  those presented by the King, will be  shown at the principal fairs in Canada  this fall.  Cuticura Heals  Face Disfigured  With Itchy Eczema  ** l^czema broke out in watery pimples ������*n uiy lace   and   head.    .Later  l~rZ~y{~'.    '*ny cheek~ oriel  head be-  fi-X-ZZ-fyi came:  bo   8������ad   that   they  .''     "'",r,,   wero   coverrd   with   large  i^Zf*    -scaEes.    The  itching -and  \ '��������� /     buriiint;  were   -ao   severe  r^'-PiZZy   tliat I  could  not -sleep at  I '" Z      *nl(������bt.   My Tace v/a-n badly  di'.Funjrerl. My hci tir br������mr  dey and UTeleMfi and ftelt out  no that  I h������d to have it cut all* -cJo-se to my  tinalyi,  " A friend advIv-d me- to try CutH-  rjj,T~ 5"'.,3' *>.rir! Oir.''.*"���������'"nt". ".n T r-".r-  chatted nome, nnd after using two  c,u)~er~ of Cuticura Sr������ap< and fwo  b'ox-en of Cuticura Ointment 1 v/aa  . heal-ect." (Slpiied) Mrni. FJen^ir Kin;;,  Box 27B, Jack>3*o������ Si., Ok ford, Nova  Scotia.  MalceCuticur* FJoap, Ointment ������nd  Talcu rn your dmi ly taiilet pre p*r ������11onn,  iMtt.a if '-JtSnmt-nt. U������  UM,tri**t."   HtArl~r~*r'  lUttfiSl. T������~~~\Tra.tajf Us\ 1  4U4, ������������������������������* -ti   V*a- ~- , W .  ...\,,-r~      f.lrp,n>"*-      * I>-Il0,.0f f-f, 0 ,.r\rj*0     ' | 0,0 ���������! ~V *' >*"  BBUSar-CulirMr* !>o~������ ait,~..~a wl'll������������k������t: rniisr,  mtt4*ttl*44m4&tl4tt*t/4t*0tm  VV,  111* I  New   Scrum  Discoveries  ; Three   of   Latest   Announced   tay  Inati  tut* at Copenhagen  ; Th***- l>ani.sb Sunini 'luHl'ltule al.  : CopcnhuKi'ii. which, undor 11m bnule:*-  , ,*ilii|.i of I i'i-, 'l'huL'\. aLiL Mailsen, is a ������!'.*  lire 03'. Kurnpnnn Hfi^nlinc so rum ju-  1 vi-sl igal h������ii,   ii.iH4(iiiiu:PS   ihrua   dlscov-  '���������1 Ich a;-' Jlu' I'fsnll  m I'.I Is oj'foi'ls:  j       i. A r,*ninpj*i������ii'|y now niethml ot luak-  j Jir(S(������ rlirii^iinslfl I'mr .syjihllts nior-c corllllil  I Than- tin:   IS'a���������������������"���������!'mnn   insl,  il.  The  uiimiit'acliiro of it Ijpitpi* and  '��������� cIw-niH-r  .**������������������* ni in   in^nlnsl.  dl|>lklherlu,  ,      ll,   .A    lurlUj-od    vini-cL   ujitKc.-i   il   pu.i  iihlij   in   ili.-'.'*iiviH'   whrnopln^   <-ough   hi  : ll:-' ������������������a a'l.v -1 awn,  1      l-'ruiii   I'arlii i.   ]��������������������������� iv-port cd that nuliti-  '.'-..' '���������  j-;-   ��������� '���������  'ih '���������   lui'. <��������� heen  olil ahictl  hv  \ $-���������.���������- ai'ij*������>'*i j-/ii*i  *ui     11     i^ruru     exU'jiclcid  I 1'iuiu   \ In-   bl<������t!������iH   nl   chlhlrcn   who  aro  ��������� 'nr. .!.!>  1 ������--iv ���������   ; i<������i4i iui'*aaU:������,  ,      ,f '1 ���������    '      ''*.���������      .M' 1 ; ,      w -iiJ>     jji.hIc      I tup, 1  ,.:!'���������'*i,i"*r, 1    in    Mic   .A������: u (I������" is ti j'   r.s.    Af^dl  ������ a:u*c,   claiiafili   (.-Miys   lifiilt-r)   tliut two]  , ''(il'lcinU ".    ul'   mirtii'-lt'-M   were   ichtH'1:r*d  1a -1   -.���������'���������-!������ i   lc  I kmiH hm'I IwkI,  Km- ���������K".if>'"*ifliiiiiiii;**,i*1i a iir.t-n-'iitift hiiH.  hcf<ii |im-*i*������iilt������il. rhuf w/III 1 rim a roil ol*  wiilla-.'M'1"! i 1 n."K iitudj- ii'im'tf. ijii t.Jii������'*������  1111 u 111 ���������"m .  MinnrrJ'n Liniment (on* CouylmA -A Cold*  .heumatic pain  ��������� less every year  Sloan's is rapidly making widespread suffer-*  iny*. from rheumatism a  tbin^uf the past  Millions can U-stify to the  I4r������*ik"fi;i R"''i<-i U briui-K'.H, i  T\u- inonicnt you feci tlie  firnt hvi������?,'<*: ol" paiu���������-npply  SUdijiTs. Ils lin^ljiiK-j, po.ne-  Initiiv^ wannih i^ivcs instant  comffirl. "!'���������<*for<������ you realize  it Ilu; pain disappears. 1  TiyU juu'll find, many every-  ������l'iy Vises for SIouii'h.  ������ i.f-  I,, J \rri- l,x  Sloamli Liniment'kilhpainf  tviti ititi-ii ma 11 urn, 11f 11 ii,n.utrnI Bit, rlt^Mt Cfvkli  Borrowed   Way   to   Fortune  Small Loan Bought Partnership Which  Netted Fifty  Million  Henry IMilpus avuh associated wllh  Andrdw Carnogle I'or fifty yours in tho  Hl.^el bushio.s.s. ll'|,s "wcsi.HU lncrensod  lroni nothing 1o ?r������0,000,000. IUb  rlimh wa.s jllusl niiod hy a 1'riond who  t.oldi*o������|- the career of a mun who owned  si   lai'so   chirlcon   I'nrni.  "J.low did you happen lo nlnrl. in lhf>  chltikcn Imslncj-isV" soniobody :Lskotl  htm.  "WIipii 1 "was youiiK I wjis out of  woi'l-t for n spell," Ik* unHWfii'ed. ''So  1 horrowed a hun :ind a dor/.ei). fro.sh  epK������ lroni n neiKhhur. I Hot I ho lion  on the o-kks and all of them hatched.  Tlwn 1 wiiUod until lhe lion had laid  ji dozen, orrh, I look the lieu and  tUe dozL'Ti egtf.s I hDL'roAved hack to the  owner. He luul what I borrowed from  him nnd I liud a dozen ehlrlcena. The  dozen chtekens nlarted my l*iu*m.^  1'hlppH borrowed 2,r> eenls to adrcr-  lisft ior a. Job. Later he borrowed  ���������fy'Oi) in ������*-tttor '.ht������ v-*-"i,''!*,<''i'^'-v"M- ".vhleh  made Ivlm rich.  To    have    the    children Bound and  luMilthy is thn lirst oh re oi n mother.  Thuy cunnot bo healthy IC troubled  with worms. I'sei Mother Cltuves'  Worm Kxternunator.  lOvery nmn whllft    h*������  llve.s  Iiuh  chciMco  (o DeKin  again.  WEAK, RUN DOWN  AND AILING  Lydia E.Pinkham's VcgetaUc Compound Brought Relief Wlien  Other Medicines Failed  Port Mann, B. C. ��������� * * I took Ly d ta E.  Pinkham' a Vegetable Compound because  I waa tired and rundown.    I had headaches ancl no appetite and waatroubled  for two yeara  with  sle-pplossneas. I tried  many medicines, but  noth'ing did me any  real Rood.    While I  was living in Washing ton I was recommended bya attonpfer  to   tako   Lydia   E,  Pinkham'a  Vcmetable Compound,    I am stronger and feci  line since thon nnd nm ablo to do my  housework.     I iwn wUl'uiK .for you to  uho theso facts act n testimonial.   ���������Mrs.  J. C. Guisaves, Port Munn, B, C.  Feels New Life and Slren������tlv  Koono.N. Ii.���������"'twas woalc nod rundown and had backache nnd nil aorta of  troubles which women have. 1 found  creat relief when taking Lydm E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and I also  uued Lydia K. Pinlchnm'w Snnativo  Wash. I am able to do my work ami feel  new life and strength ff������,m thS Y^K������t:i-  I blc Compound. 1 nm doinp all I can to  advertifle it."-Mrs, A. F. Hammonii,  ��������� , advertise .-,.        ...  ' y> r,iiTnenl4������r Street, Keene, N.I1.  ���������Minard's Liniment for Durnji &. Scalda  Sick* and a������ilinff women everywiwro  in  the  Dominion should try Lydia I'..  -  -"      ���������  ' *   '" ������������������ ���������- si. c  I'inlchnm'a Voc<3tatol-a Compoum;  .  WfVh*-/**-  1 t^^������Hv*������*i*r-*t**iii(������������'ii***>i****.**'!������*  I   ^vj.^i^^BttrV^^;'^*'.^)!*^^-*^,*^!*  *.-.w^Wte***uw#������;*:������'wa*jM  -tm  ,j^,s**w������a������#ift,i.ft'������*ts*������Wi������:* J. J-  TTT"E    TCEYTEW,    CTESTO>-  T3.  C.  yt  country committed  1 o Pledge  !bor Harry Completion Of  r _  ���������\ western editors 1 Gariadi  jl ������li&   _. jLt4.doi.riJ.   j~~~r  ������~J&y  Kanway  o-  1  In the recent debate in the House  of Commons on the Hudson Bay route  the leaders of all parties committed  themselves definitely to the completion of the route. The discussion was  on a resolution"moved by Mr. Andrew  Knox, of Prince Albert, which favored completing the railway ahd giving  wthe undertaking priority over other  transportation projects, started later  this one. The position ot the Progressives is so well "known that they  need not be quoted here. The other  quotations given herewith are from  the Hansard report oC the "speeches by  Hon. S. P. Graham, Hon..; Arthur  Meighen-'and'I-Ion.'sW. S. Fielding.  Hon. S. P. Graham, Acting Minister  oE Railways,',.* speaking for the Government, said* in.par-t;.  "The present situation i.s this: the  Government has., no .idea of abandoning the7iiudsonfBay rraiLway, but Ve  have to go carefully and with caution.  The position, of the second US..miles  at the present1 ti me Is "al n-'tost as i L* it  had never been constructed. I believe���������and I propose, to .'make this  recommendation���������^that" we -"' ought" to  proceed to put that second US miles.  in such shape that it could be operated, and to rescue some million  dollars worth ot material���������I do not  mean to take it out, but to rescue it  ������������������and put into workable shape, that  118 miles of line    .    .    .  "I think the first duty of the Government to the country.it to place that  IIS miles in repair again. When that  is completed we can decide- what thc  next step will be.,,'  "In the meantime T assure the  House that so far as the Government  Is concerned they have never suggested, so far as I have any knowledge,  the abandonment of the Hudson I5ay  projeet."  Hon. Arthur Meighen said:  "In the first place I favor the Hud-  CREEPS INTO THE SYSTEM  JUST LIKE A SERPENT  Like a thief In the night, it steals  through the system���������that's how Catarrh acts. . Don't trifle with such a  scourge..; Time and experience have  proved that" Catarrhozone is a wonderful remedy lor all Catarrhal and  "bronchial, troubles. Z'.-.Yoii. don't take  ���������any drugs, you ''just* inhale the sweet  soothing vapor of Catarrhozone which)  is laden with balsamic essences that  heal, relieve and ease the sufferer. To  strengthen the throat, to sweeten the  breath, to stop nasty discharges, ..to,  drive out Catarrh, colds and weakness  in the throat,7 use*-Oatarrlio*tone. Two'.  months treatment one dollar, smaller  size ;>0c, all dealers'or the Catarrho-���������'������  zone Co., Montreal.  ���������S..IA, M.J4.  jl %jt w ii  \Jt\/  \r\ 4sa r\ 4- o      FTm *o -cy e=t    f   -~-  v  sr    ������jLwa.*vp*   _?-_.������. tr w    ���������>_*  In Value And Popularity By  /~%  Process Ut Careful Selection  In   a   recapitulation   of  the  past   17 | which are be.*, rdlo-*-..-;-  A. P   Hinz, "Manager ol The Leader,  Bruno, Sask     John P  Pletschet is co-  ] propnetor of The I-eadet.  years,  this.country   has  come  to  the  conclusion, in so-far as a country: can  express  a conclusion, and  come to ~  more   than  once  and   at   the ,hand oE j  both great parties of this country.   "     1  "The'Senate of Canada has render-J  t ] Colic-Cramps, Stomach Pains  _fced a Quick Relief  years of wheat growing in Canada, P.  Russell Cowan, cereaiist for the Dominion Government, finds that beardless wheats havo supplanted bearded  wheats to the result that Canadian  wheats have grown in value and popularity.  "Seventeen    years  "only  one   hundred  [ of    wheat    were    produced    on    the  I prairies;   in   15)22   three hundred   and  i sixty-six     millions     of     bushels  were  produced.      On looking over the his-  i tory of cereal production in Western  Canada, "we find that this phenomenal  increase was due largely to the successive      introductions      oC     various  wheats.      White Russian was supplemented by Red Fil'q and Red Fife by  Marquis.      This, of cpurse, refers only  to the main crop wheats.      A remarkable feature of this is. that'all or" the  What does this  mean.       It means  ihat   the   Canadian  ���������west,   at   the  present   time,   demands  bald wheat.  u  f      Security .against   these   sudden*   ills  iirt,v       /-.^       -,. _  iv    l. .-    v  ��������� . ��������� consists In   always  keeping  handy   a  tion.      Committees of: that body, have j bott]e or two of Nerviline. -  No  have ������ viline is in the house.      it fulfils so  I perfectly every service as a pain rem;  ���������,���������, . ,, .   |-edy that once used, you'll never.again  moie occasions than one.. I be wjtnout it. sMoney can't buy much  think the most thorough inquiry was' greater assurance against the many  at-the hands oC the Senate Committee j smalt   ills    that    constantly arise in  ed a spe.cial service in    this    cortnec-  ; consists   in   aiways   -keeping   n&n  f           ....         fam-  Iiberated,    listened    to' evidence, list- \ lly should ever go to bed unless Ner-  ened    to    professional    opinion,  delved io the. very heart of the ques  ���������tion oii  of    1920.      There    were those of the \  everv   family'- than  Upper House who viewed most pes si-j  you  get in  a 35c  Sold everywhere.  Great JMtain First  ' bottle bC "Nerviline.  misticnlly the .feasibility of the navi-���������j  gallon o ������ the Hudson SI raits and who \    doubtless sought to bring before that 1 '.-���������"���������*  committee    the    weightiest    evidence \ ������nJy " Natio"     that     Has,,, Decreased  that    could    be    adduced against the National   Debt Since the War  practicability of that transportation  .route. Notwithstanding this, notwithstanding every effort, after very  patient and prolonged inquiry, the  Senate .Committee reported" favorably,  and so far as the report shows, it was  unanimous     on     the     part   of all  its  [ members.  * son Bay railway.  I do   not    propose!  to caiivass the merits of the undertaking vas one would be compelled to  do if the wholes project were in the  future. . . . "''"The matter has'"been:  debated "and investigated', investigated  and debated: not for a few years, but  for many; y-fears, for ,- a whole ���������generation. For.forty,years it has been the  subject  o������  dispute, and in   that forty  SUFFERED SO  FROM HEART ANO NERVES  LIFE WAS A BURDEN  Mr. A.. PL Lee, ISeamsville. Ont.,  writes:���������"I am delighted to let you  know what I have to say regarding  lhe good Miiburn's . Heart and ''Nerve  Pills did nie....  A short time ago I suffered with  heart and nerve trouble, and was so  bad I could not sleep, only about two  hours each night. My heart was so  bad I had spells when driving on the  road and would faint away, and neighbors would carry me In from my  wagon. I also took these spells in  the night and during my daily, work  .on the farm;- My nerves were so bad  I would jump out of bed, and was then  compelled; to walk the floor before i  could settle down again, wit after taking a few boxes of  MILBURN'S  HEART AND NERVE PILLS  I can honestly say T am a relieved  man. I now fe'el En the best of health,  'in* fact, the best I've been In- for throe  yeara, and ean do any class of work  With pleasure where befot'o life was n  "burden to mc."  Price 50c n box at all dealers or  mailed direct on receipt of price'by  The T. Milburn Co,/Limited, Toronto,  Ont.  In tho ninth and tenth centuries the  common form of shoo tn Kuropu was  1ho wooden shoe.  M  Minnrd'a Liniment Eh 11 mv. old  i-ul3.ul.ila rulloC tor Kit mmm (Ism  1'tuh 11. ta to the sm-KEiihj {Wirt mul you'll  mum why two ffwiioratSoina havo d'owm-d IL  KIiihT uCr'dn.  -V.    NL    IT,    l-ECT  "I think the weight ot evidence, tire  weight of the verdicts that have been  given by competent bodies, is in favor of.' ihe route. . . -. We are not  at the commencement of the- venture.  "We are well on towards the conclusion o ft he venture. This country jus  committed- , to the project. This  conn try ha s'-���������'< b een comm iti e d to the  project for at least fifteen years. Tliis  country -has hiatle a contract with  many citizen's that that road will be  bm'lt and it is a; matter of good faith  with that portion of' our population  that the covenant,of the Dominion tyc  kept. ... it should have priority  in -iny judgment*-.over oilier national  ventures-of'a major kind. I do not  think-ihat good faith will be kept with  Western Canada unless that is recog-  n-bced by this Upuse, . . . Settiers  have gone hi;-'large sections are today more populated than.they would  havo been had theSvord of Parliament  not been given in this regard."  Hon. W. S. Fielding. Minister of  Finance  said:  "nightly or wrongly, this House  under various* governments, has consented to the building of the Hudson  liay railway, nnd the Coveminent oC  which r was a member'began the  const ruction of the railway. E think  if. ono looks nt * a mtfp of Western  Canada it is not diiricnlt to find a  reason why the western country  should seek an outlet to the nearest  and most attractive tidewater. if  I Jived in the west J should feel that  we should have access to that route,  lioth parties have accepted the re-  f-ponslbiUty of it, * and have "dornp  soniot.Jiing in tho way ot building it,  and both parties should see to it that  It Js one or the things wo must undertake and In n reasonable lime complete. 1 would .hoHilato to vote  against it, because thoro is the danger  that if one should* vote agulnst'llio  resolution 11 would seem to imply a  denial of the commitment, of thn past  1 do not wish to bo put in that position.    .    .    .  "We must have some regard to tho  financial condition ,of the country,  and I ask tlie Houkc I.o Heep that 3*e-  tservatfon in mind. I am gotnK to  support the resolution, b o can ho to vol n  against it, would semi to mn* tm b^'nn  indication that wo were denying re-  BpottKEL.niiy for the Hudson Hay railway. I do not want to deny It, I  want to accept it, and tho only reservation r make Js that which applies to  nil lrtrfro enterprises in Canada, namely, 1hnt you must have regard to 1 he-  financial .situation or the country."  The only bright spot in financial  Europe ������������������ was .Great Britain, stated A.  B. McMaster,_ K.C. M.P. for Brome,  Que., in an address before the University Club in Ottawa recently. Britain, went on the speaker, was the  only nation that had decreased its national debt since ~~\-t~ war.  The easiest way for the laymen to  grasp the extent-of' tlio indebtedness  ol: Europe to America was to remember that. Europe owed every anan,  woman and child in - the ."-United.  States $14.0, he continued. . .  . Canada, was now also a creditor nation as far as .European countries were  concerned...* Great Britain.:owed Canada 76 millions;" Rumania over 20 millions.on which no interest has ever  been paid; Greece seven and a half  millions on which Only part of''the interest was paid, and France almost six  million on. which all-interest was paid;  above mentioned wheats are beardless  or bald.  "During the transitional stage of  the supplanting of Red Fife by Marquis, many other;varieties* of wheat  were introduced: and tried, but at no  time did any of these varieties become  "popular. "Reference is made more  particularly to such wheats as Stanley,  Percy, Preston and Huron. Tlr^se  wheats.did not gain in popularity owing to various reasons, chiefly, though,  because of inferiority to Red Fife. Ol-  these wheats, Huron and Preston were  bearded varieties and were soon discarded because they were unsuitable  for prairie growth and inferior in  milling and baking qualities. Stanley and Percy made some headway  and are still grown in some localities.  It should be noted that these two  wheats are beardless.  "Let. us now consider the more recent Introductions on the Canadian  prairie, such as Ruby, Red Bobs, Supreme, Early Triumph,. Kitchener,  Early Red Fife and    Kinley,    all"   of  "There,.are also numeious bearded  wheats, some of which have .already  been referred to that have been tried  in the west with only partial success.  Among these may be mentioned Hur-  ago," he says, ] tin, Pioneer, Prelude and Preston. It  million bushels.] ma������ be ."truth full y; said of all the above  mentioned bearded wheats that they  are -more subject to shattering than  beardless wheats. This is a very important factor to be considered in the  prairies where winds are so prevalent.  Again, the above mentioned wheats.clL'  produce flour of inferior quality and  color to such wheats as Red Fife,  Marquis, Ruby, or, in other words,  most of omr bald wheats. This statement must not be interpreted to  mean that all bald wheats are  superior in quality ..to*, alt bearded  wheats. This; is not tlie ease, although it appears from our present  Imowledge that the best bald wheats  produce a 7 high er quality flour than  our best bearded-wheats.  He Will Never  JAMES  TO  McKINNON  PAYS TRIBUTE*  DODD'S   KIDNEY   PILLS  A Beautiful  Complexion  & Admiration  Ladies ��������� A tew days*1 treatment with  CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER FILLS  will do more io ciean  up the skin than -a!J  the; beauty treat ���������  th-ehts in crea-  ation. An imperfect complexion is  caused by a  sluggish liver.   ITTLE  MiU'onaoi people,old, young ahd middle ape.  take them {cr BJHo-istsesa. Diziinesa. Sick  Headache, Upeee Stomach ar.d ioi Sallow.  'Pimply aad Blotchy Skin. Ttts end the  nr.iserv ol ConKipation.  SxaaU Piii���������Small Dose���������Small Pnc������  He Suffered from Kidney,Trouble for  a CorksEdarable Time and now Loses  no Opportunity to Praise Dodd's  Kidney Pi I ts. ;      -  Mul grave, N.S.���������(Special).���������"I will  never be without* a box ol* Dodd's Kidney Pitls in the house."      That Ja the  tribute Mr. James McKinnon, a well  known resident here, pays "to tlie old  reliable* kidney remedy. .*  ",l teol* tt is my duly,':' Mr. McKinnon' .-doipllnue^, "to let others know  how r'hsive beaontert'by taking*Bodd's  Kidney Fills. I wa.s in a run-down  condition before taking them, having  pains in my bncl<, I got thtn and  pale, "Rheumatism nlflo -troubled me.  After, talking five boxew of Dodd's Kidney Pills 3 I'eel better than I ever did."  The satlHluelion-lDodd'H-Kidney Pills  are giving as a s-emedy for l-sJUney  1 roubles l~. s-hown by" the large number  ol" people who keep them alwnyH on  ' bund. Tbey havn learned llml: the  proper winy to avoid bctIouh I'ormw of  hldney dlttease, aw~h an rheumatism,  diabetes, dropsy, nntl heart disetiHe, is  1o norreel- the onrly symplom-i of kidney trouble,  Dadd-ft Kid noy PHIh have built their  reputntlon on-the good worlt thoy havo  done, AhIc your neighbors if Dodd's  Kidney PIIIh aro nol-. the sovereign  remedy for Itidnny trouble.  We often wonder what effect it  would have on a man's disposition If  ho had dtohe.s to waHh three times a  day,  Slreo  crease .  . begytng Ib. greatly on the In-  lu London.  Try these  ISaJkers Rsiisiii Pies  ���������save baking at home   *  ^HERE arc luscious raJs-  np]  in pies just around the  corner, at your grocer's or a  bake shop.  Baked to a turn���������a flaky  crust filled with tender,  tempting raisins, thc rich  juice forming x delicious  sauce.  Once try these pics that  master bakers bake fresh daily  in your city and 3rou'll nevei  take thc trouble afterwards  to mttkeraisirt pies at home.  / Get a pic now nnd let your  men folks taste it.  Made with tender,thin-skinned,  meaty, seeded Sun-Maid Raisins.  "Raisins furnish. 1560 calories  of energizing nutriment per  pound in practically predlgested  form.  Also a jfine content of food-  iron���������good food  for  the  blood.  Use raisins frequently, there-  lore, which are both good atid  good ft.r you, in puddings cakes,  cookies, etc.  You may be offered other  brands that j*ou know less well  ���������than Sun-Maids, but the kind  you want is the kind you know  ���������is good. Insist, therefore, on  Suii--\r<iid brand. They cost no  more than ordinary rraisinm.  Mail coupon (or free book  of tested Sun-Maid recipes.  Learn what you cam do with  luscious raisins.  O K*J jlS~"��������� 1VJL jttl J. JLtf    Jtvjt\.lijlIN O  The Supreme Pie Raisin  San-Maid litiitiiuM are *<rown und piu-Suni in <_'nlii<nnia by  Sun-Maid   Rnisin  Growers, a  co-opera rive oiKanizniion  compi-Isini^ 1-1,000 grower memuor-s,  For FaMtmstitog JEycs  Make theU������d of Muridlfl tl  Daily Hub It. Tlkt("Rirjw-������h.hjB Hya  J-otton ������oott Mulceii ByijB ���������[  Hadl*nr,   ia������������.utIfMll,.(ji!ri  "linJoyubLc. Sold by All  CUT THIS OUT .A\I> SKM> IT  Krcsno,   CntSfornin.  Please send me <~npy of your free  "Recipes with Raisins."  hook.  Blue Fachage  Name...  Street...  Cm   riovijic������>  tmmrn -c.  .���������r e������  Magoon strawberry plants, $2a sackf  Arrowsmith. Greston.  Harness and  hoe  Repairs  Promptly and Properly.  I  HARNESS PARTS and  FITTINGS kept  in stock.  J...  REPAIRS   BY   MAIL  from    oatlying    points^  receive prompt attention  i-  '���������Vtl 4-.  FRED BENHAM  Post-office Block    :   :   CRELTON  Jita&llfefesd 1915 on tfts Firing Uri  GRESTON  BAKERY  and  TEA ROOM  Moir and Neilson  Chocolates  Fruit, in Season  Pastries  Serf  Local and Personal  Art, 'Atkinson was at Cranbrook for  the snorts on the holiday.  Mrs. John Ryckman is a. visitor with  Cranbrook friends this week.  For Sale���������Large Berkshire sow in  pig, $35,    G. Davie, Canyon.  Fob &__s���������Tomato and Pepper  plants.-  W. Gobbett. Creston.  Fqb Sale���������-Massey-Harris orchard  disc. 16 discs, at cost.    S. A. Speers.  Mrs. W. J. Truscott left on Thursday,for a visit at her home in Vancouver. .  Rabbits Fob Same���������Does $2; young  ones 50c. each. J. W. Hamilton,  Creston.  Clarence Maxwell was a visitor with  Cranbrook friends a few days the fore  part of the week.  For Sale���������-Extension dining table,  $8. Ten laying pullets, $1 each. ' Mrs.  M, Young-, Creston.  Mrs. McMillan and daughter. Lillian,  left on "Wednesday to. join-Mr. McMillan, who is working near Spokane.  Fob **Sa__���������First of May, Leghorn  chicks. Marquis strain. 25c. each at the  ranch, Brickson.    Mi*s.6.W.Harrison.  Dave Dow ���������left on Saturday for  Lethbridge. where he will -be on the  C.P.R. run between that city and  Calgary.  T. Smitten off Silton, Sask., -was a  Creston visitor a few ���������'days this week,  the guest of his sister in-law Mrs. Jas.  Cherrington.  Wanted���������Four    or    five   hundred,  dollars, will pay 10 per cent, foi short  period, town property security.     _n  quire Review Office.  Miss A. Doyle is a Queen's Birthday  visitor with old friends in Cranbrook.  Mrs. Jimmy Lochead is also a holid&v  visitor in the terminal city.-  Sacrament of the Lord's Supper will  be observed in the Presbyterian  Church on Sunday morning. Preparatory service Friday night at 8.  Mrs. Ray Crisler, who has been heie  on an extended visit with her. mother,  Mrs. Ryckman, returned to her home  in California, at the -first of the week.  Sacrament of the Lord's Supper w'ill  be dispensed at the Presbyterian  Church on Sunday morning, at which  service there %v iii aiso be a reception to  new members.  Fr.    Moriarity    of   Seattle   is  an  nounced to open   mission   services   in  Holy "Cross Church, Creston.   on Sunday June 3rd,  at 7.30 p.m., with services thereafter at 7.30 p.m. and 8 a.m.  ���������.,.     -.?-������������������-.' **  The Bishop of Kootenay will pay  Clttist.Church an official visit uu Sunday, -With services at 8 and 11 a.m.. as  well ~-~i,7.S[~p.~i~. At the evening service the rite of confirmation will be  conferred.  SATURDAY and  MONDAY SPECIAL  Wuultillll]  Spssiiis  magic Baking  Powder  30c. per tin  Jelly Powder  ���������lV������ for 25c.  Yellow Dutch  Onion Sets  very   special   to -  clear at  25c. lb.  9. This is the first win Yahk has had  over-Crest on in at least half a dozen  contests.  Voir sale at & bargain prEct>, Willis  Piano to be used at Creston Chautauqua. Examine it and phone us at our  expense for details before the Chau  tauqua closes. Easv terms if desired.  Willis Piano Store, Nelson. /  Miss Mitchell, the advance lady for  Creston's Chautauqua, arrived from  Calgary on Tuesday and is busy assisting with the sale of tickets at th<������ outside school districts, as well as devot  ing time ' to interesting all the school  children in Chautauqua, _ which opens  on Wednesday evening next.  CrestonV^high school nine had their  first match of the season on Friday  night when thev met the town team  minus the services of pitcher Maxwell.  The school aggregation played great  ball after the third innings, turning  the town team back without a run in  the final six frames, and winning by a  show of li to h.  B W. C. Robinson, Dominion fishery  inspector, was here on an official visit  at the end off the week. As yet  official authority to close Goat Rivei  between the' Canyon and Kitchener  has not been given but he expects it  any day now. The Rod and.Gun Club  are urging him to have the department  stock the stream with cutthroat trout  fry.  Allan De Wolf of Cranbrook, of the  contracting firm of DeWoIf & Ham,  was a visitor here on Monday, looking  over the road between Goat River  Crossing and Kitchener on the rebuilding of which bids are being asked by  the public works department. Representatives of two or three Vancouver  firms were also here for the frame purpose at the end. of the week.  A Girls' Athletic Club has just been  formed in connection with Christ-  Church activities, with Mrs. J. Wi  Aamilton as president, and Miss Marv  Bush, secretary-treasurer. Such gym.  equipment as the hoys club has at the  Parish Hall will he used by the g-rls,  who will take their physical exetcises  from Fred Benhaoi, who also handles  the boys. The club starts with an enrolment of almost 49.  H. Coasts and Bert Woods of Golden  are visitors here this week with Mr.  and Mrs.W.JB. Martin, having  arrived on Tuesday noon from Chase  with MK Martini McLaughlin car.  The boys took six days on the trip  and had a great holiday camping and  fishing outing en route.     The former  incidents of audience interest than in I  any previous picture he has made.  The spectacular scenes, however, are  bandied witb such genuine sincerity,  if we are to believe those who have  already seen the production, that the  story runs along in unbroken con tin  uity without constant breaks caused  by over-emphasisnfspectacular effects.  j~~.aaner JLtaea %~*aaataaqua  Ladner. B.C.  May 17, 1923  Fob Sa_b���������Refrigerator,  season, will sell for $18.50.  Brothers.-  used   one  Mawson  Fob Salts���������320 acres known as Sub-  lot 544, near Arrow - Greek, .any  reasonable offer considered. Vv". K.  Esling, Rossland, B.C.  STOCKMEN, ATTENTION!  Parties concerned are hereby notified to remove their stock from the  meadows, otherwise steps will be  taken to enforce ~this regulation.  By order. ADVISORY BOARD.  Cieston Valley Stockbreeders Association. '  Mayor Webster *  Caigary, Alberta.  "Calgary Kiddies" opened  Chautauqua season here tonight.  Audience taken by storm.-. We  feel we must hasten to congratulate Calgary on- this ' wonderful  production. Chautauqua would  be well advised to return this  act nest year.  The! above telegram to Calgary's mayor goes to , show the  hit the Calgary Kiddies made at  Lsadner. This juvenile or^aruiz  ation are but one of & dozen  features of the same high order  that figure in the 1923 Chautauqua, which opens at Creston on  Wedrte-sdayJ \ Adults will save  $4.75 hy  buying  season tickets,  -"��������� tViHHI  in   x-ku.   .are   in  states that  much better shape than the U.S. highways they had. to use making the trip.  One Cl&ar Call  MAWSON  fl������ttir   QiiifiTUOjf*   toftj  Sirrlci  Mrs. Gordon, of Victoria, B.C.,  Provincial .President of the W.M.S. of  the Presbyterian Church, addressed a  well attended meeting of the ladies of  the Presby tei ian Church on "Wednesday evening last.  Mrs. Muir of Canyon City has taken  over the business of the Creston Cafe,  formerly run by Mrs. Baker in P. H.  Jackson's building next the Aoiditor-  inm. , The Bakers have moved on to a  ranch at Lister.  Mrs. Bolton and children, who have  been living at Blairmore, Alberta, for  the past nine months, have returned  to Creston and intend to again reside  here permanently. Mrs. Remington  accompanies them,  * j* -  Starting next week, May 20tb. the  library will be open from 7 to 8 p.m.  on Tuesday evenings, instead of the  afternoon, except during Ohantauqua  week. On Saturdays the hours will  be from 3 to 5 p.m,  The first draft of the stationing  committee of tho B.C. Methodist Conference now in session in New West  minster, shows Rev. G, Knox again  assigned to Creston, which will make  his fourth year on this circut.  Dr. Rutiedge, V.S., of Cranbrook  was here at the and of the week, in  conection with the 24th of May sports  and was successful in getting an entry  list of five Creston indinn horbes for  the races in that city that day.  At the May meeting of the school  board Principal G. P. -Smith tendered  his ienif.nation from the teaching  staff, and the trustees have accepted  same with considerable regret. So far  this Ib the onlv resignation received.  The curtain isat 8.15 for the University of B.C. Players' Club comedy,  "You Never Can Toll," which will be  presented at tine Grand on Fridny  night, May 25Lli, under Women's Institute auipicon. Adults 41, Children  oOc.  Jim Johnston was .ilue to resume  light work at the Hr������t of tbe week  after n layoff of almost six weeks due  tc* the flu W. II. Watcher, who hns  been laid up for a like period is also  able to be around but is not yet able  to go back to work,  FYffl Br*nh.,Em h ft i*.* Tuvt-tlmY Use  Cra brook, nt which point ho is figuring  in an eight round boxing bout with  E. fj������wiH of Kitchvnur, a boxing  Umrtsittin.nt holog thn ������v������nlng feature  of the 21th of Mav ������pr������rtt# In that city.  .VIi*m. floMiiiHtu accompitnierf him.  A mivr'd mtnior nwl interinmlfiite  baseball nine iii<������dt? tint iv.p to Yahk  or,   Hiindrtv    for   a   match   with   tlie  Nwul'tww th"   i'tv.n,   Irs   ���������������������������"hJch   the J  Vahk <:lub won out by ������   hooiv of 10 to '  John M. Stahl hap woven many  dra matin elements with, masterly skill  in the production of, .his - latest First  National -attraction^ ������������������One Clear Os-H,"  which will be the feature at the Grand  Theatre Saturday night. Behind the  spectacular incidents is a story of  gripping human interest with the  pathetic heart appeal that has been  equalled only by the traditional stage  classics, such as "The Music Master"  or ���������'Uncle Tom's Cabin. If there is  any one thing, that -hns distinguished  the work of this- producer in the past  it has he^n the simple, effective way iii  which he has handled tense climaxeB  without either overdoing the sentiment or allowing the rirtots to overplay their roles. In ^One Clear Call,1'  ihe action of. which takes place for the  most part in a small southern town,  Mr. Stnhl has a greater assemblage of  MISSION  '���������'",'��������� '..* ''-ZZ"' Zii v -������������������':���������'?,?���������  ?iJ:-iitrx''-'i.:?-''j.Z'/  '."���������"       *.-.. *-'.    ��������� .*  ������������������':v F"R;V'MpRlARITY   '  "SXIISTD_V.1Fta^E^GU  JXJNE   3  ��������� '���������* .;���������.' Vtho o*cix>ok: z  SESRVICIS������ I>__IJL.Y  Try the Drugstore First  Sumisier Toilal  Articles of a  Are what you require for  these hot. dry, dusty summer  are ah Al quality and guaranteed to satisfy.  TALCUMS���������Delicately perfumed and purified.   They are unbeatable.  VANISHING CREAtMS���������Wov Sunburn,  Chapped  Hands,  Rough and  Cracked tiips, for use during the day.  COLD CREAMS���������For use at night.    Soothing and cleansing.  ALMOND LanONS-PFor those who do not care for cold creams these  will be found to satisfy.  WEAK  OVERALLS  {Union Made)  Headlight Overalls  Bib Overall ��������� 2.50 to $3.00  iChaki Pants���������-2.25 to 3.75  Cottonade Pants  ��������� ���������  2������50  Guaranteed to outwear TWO pair of  of  any  other   khaki  pants   ever  made, and if the pants don't  we will.  Dry Goorf  Groceries  li'  SJMH  _fm  Furniture  Hardware  ���������tSwJiBiatfMii  ffc^~m!Mil~ri~.  1  MgM_______ffl  fMMm


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