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Array fy.  '.m~mmy  U^is'M*  mzi-  -Zq  "li  W:  ���������#������������������  T? PVTRW  V V  Vol. XV.  CRESTON, BC;, FRIDAY/JUNE 22, 1923  No. 21  Institute Ladies ;  Make Donations  Juvenile entertainment pxovided by  a eieu)������ from the primary room of  Oreston public school in charge of Miss  Crejghton brightened up proceedings  at tne June, meeting of Creston Worn-  enV Institute at-^he Parish Hall on  Friday afternoon, wbich was in charge  of president Mrs. ** C. B. Garland.  Several of the youngsters - showed  decided . talent as elocutionists, while  their choruses and motion songs were"  equally ^cll executed.       '    __  Reports of committees took up most  of the session. For the committee on  community needs Mrs., McLaren, con  ���������enor, amongst cither things -pressed  forthe "thorough organization ofthe  town for- outdoor amusensents.^par-  ticularly lawn tennis for both the  Juveniles and adults. She had secured  permission *. from the agricultural  association directors to use the fjstll  fair grounds and she thought at least  three courts should I be' 'rait in shape.  The matter'was referred to a'special  e'ommittee consisting of Mrs. B.  McLaren, Mrs. Corp. Smith. Mrs.  Jas. Cherrington and Mrs. C. G. Ben  aett to take under advertisement, apd  "report at a meeting of the directors Jtt  be held at tbe end of the week. TJsis  Xt tmmitteealsostron-gly urged pressure  being brought tb beafjon, the proper  authorities for some jneeded sidewalk  extensions and the putting.in of a few  Street lights about town and at tbe  station.  For tbe better schools committee  Mrs. Garland reported receiving a very  welcome letter from the school board  thanking the ladies for the putting in  of half a dozen teeters and two swings  for the use of the children in the ttn o  primary rooms.  For the borne*.industries committee  Mrs. James Maxwell pleased witb _er  %nnoWcsmsni"that thsfcnimi&eelaad  completed arrangements~^with -Mrs.  _>nnk^>f Nelson to be'here in September to conduct a short course in dress  making. After six months duty the  Institute visiting ~ committee was  relieved and a new committee of Mrs.  J. A. Lidgate and Mrs. R. Thurston-  named to carry on for the balance of  the year.  The ladies were in a very generous  mood and enthusiastically voted- 910  - for tbe purchase of a wedding present  for Mrs. Frank Bunt (nee Gobbett)  whose marriage took place in early  June. Q7.S20 realized on the rental of  cushions at the six-day Chautauqua  early in June was voted to the Chautauqua guarantors to help out. with  the small deficit sustained this year,  and the $2.75 taken in from the tea  collection will go to Vancouver to the  fund for crippled children. The afternoon tea hostesses were Mrs. Frank  Hayes, Mrs. T. M. Edmondson, Mrt>.  B. Hendy and Mrs. John Foster.  JutSt Refore adjournment Mrs. C. B.  Garland, who has occupied the president- chair for the past eighteen  months, tendered her resignation an  paesldent, though it is expected she  Will retain her place on the directorate,  while the. resignation of Mrs. Jus.  Oherrington as secretary, will be dealt  with the meeting of the directors to  be beld tbis week.  crews at work clearing tbe right of  way, but within a week, road buildlngr  should be under wav ~ witb a -much  larger crew.  High water, and muddy as well, is  making fishing poor, although some  fair catches are reported in Meadow  Creek the past week.  Mrs. Lionel Forrester ts -a visitor  herefrom Spokane-with Mr. and Mr*,  W. C. Forrester.  Pole shipments are quite heavy from  Ki&h^ner at present, and Kitchener  Timber Co. are hurtling out their  lumber-cut almost as fast as it'stccum-  filates.  .  Gunder Anderson reports.. Is filing a  couple of bear on a hunting trip up  Leadville Creek early ibis month.  Koad foreman Geroux has done fine  work on highway improvements between here and Gnatfcll'thifTseason.  Good use bas been made of the grader  and for the whole distance' tbe road is  plenty wide enougb for cars to pass at  regular speeds. Gravelling has also  been a feature and the"country appears  to have got good value for approximately $2000 spent. / ' j_  Creston is talking of a sports celebration in that town oh Dominion Bay.  July 2nd,"and want the Kitchener  baseball team to play a game with the  Creston senior aggregation.  High School Promotions  Pupils of Creltbn; High School who  expected to write on tbe departmental examinations on Monday next will  -4.0- - ^ ��������� *- ���������  rut  mmrt Mfthlir    ���������Aimin-usJ     x-~.    ~-.��������� ~~,    .������- ���������  -following lists: ; P y ��������� - " "  "Promotions from". Preliminary to  Advanced ' Course^-Ctara Morrow,.  Evelyn Hurry, Gladys Webster. Signe  Nelson. Robert Moore. Edith Davies.  Kathleen Littlejohn,  Promotions from-. Advanced Course  to Junior Matriculation���������Sidney Bell,  Albert itfickel, Louise Bevan. Eva  Holmes, Wilfrid Hethetington. Marguerite. Crawford.? Eva Webster;  Freda Lewis.  All others whose names are not in  these lists are expected to write the  departmental examinations. The explanation is that - tbe department of  education has recently signified its  refusal to examine' first and second  year pupf!sv -whom the principals of  the High Schools feel Jo be undoubtedly-worthy of-promotion.  Fiom   Creston   Sigh   School   these  are writing- two   Preliminary   candi  dates., four Advanced, and   five Junior  Matriculation. -    ���������__ ���������  KSHshonor  Kitchener Timber Company is busy  "with the pitting in of another half  mile of flume which will speed up the  getting of logs into the mill. In the  past the long hit til lias prevented the  sawmill running steady.  A number off the subcontractors on  the now Kitchener   road   have  small  Attention!  Ladies!  A representative of tho Ptillan  an Garment Mfg. Co., of Toronto, will boabthifjatoroon Friday,  June 22nd, With samples ofthe  latent styles in 'Ladies* Coats,  Suits and   Drefises for fall Wear.  Do not fail to   see   these   latest  rv*yArv\~.    ***q    a   p-on-wo-cr  ������������J.;V, ������.  J,*v trmm-a, ������.������..      K~* M-    Mm~~~^~~.m~ St~*90mfm  ������j&583F������������������ &Mz^  Norman -Strong, who has been  working at Wasa tbe past two months.  is home for a short holiday.-  Ttae~Uhited Farmers bad a dance  with ice cream sale in connection at  the ' school on , Satn-rday night, at  which the freewill offering netted a  satisfactory sum for U.F. purposes.  . Mrs.^-Wright, one of the head  ������#E3c1als ef,Jbe JDomitaSoo "W.C.T.U3;  delivered a lecture on "Alcohol" to a.  -crowd that^welI-4HJ������������d-%fce"-chtirch ������?  Monday bight.-������ During her stay she  was the guest of Mrs. Knott.  -*-  Mr. .Humble has gone to Kitchener  to work for the balance of the season.  air*, nicxey. wno nas been a patient  in Nelson hospital for the past month,  arrived home on Saturday, and is  making'a very satisffactorv recover*.  Haying is under way in tbis section  thiB week and "the clover "crop coming  off is certainly the best for a few years  back. The vetch, which Wits sown, as  a cover crop, is also looking fine and  should be in good shape for discing in  next month. The Pochin ranch has a  remarkable fine showing.  Sam Grath well's Chautauqua talk  on the benefits of paint ������p is having  its effect in Canyon. This week both  the church and Wetberheud residence  are in the hands of the painters.  E. Nouguier is  busy witb the erec  tion of a new barn  to take care of the  heavy hay crop he hap to take care of  this year.  Alfred Nelson and family have  moved back to their ranch at Canyon  and will make this their permanent  home in future.  Huygens & VanAckeran were the  first to ship strawberries at Erickson  station this vear, with a crate avail  able on _ riday, 15th, and going steady  ever since. Charles Burgess is expected to be the 1023 king. He Iiuh  four acres of them and Is looking for  800 crates.  Electric light Is In prospect for at  least the central part of Canyon City,  Mr. and Mra. O. Robinson of Calgary,  Alberts, who spent lant ��������� week "fit the  Cleave home whilst supervising  spring work on the Robinson ranch/  and getting E. Nouguier busy with  clearing up the balance of the ten  acres announces that It Is his Intention  to make hie permanent home on the  ranch either this fall or next npring,  and is getting out -plans for a trnoaem  residence that will cost about 4000,  Ho states that he has an interest In a  small electric plant stored in Calgary  and that if enough Canyon people will  agrt^to take light nt it llxod monthly  Ohnrge he Is prepared to move the  plant hero and put it in operation.; Jf*  canvass of this section will be made in  <*>IUt*i V-* +**��������� iff ������-, #*.',1fc-*.*.-. ������ .    # *   t       *    fn  Mrs. Alderson and children are here  from-Hosmer, helping 'with tbe berry  harvest ai the ranch.  Mrs. H. BC Macdonald of Calgatry,  Alberta arrived on^Sunday on a visit  to her parents.  Mr.   and  Mrs.   J. H.  Webster.     _     -     ~  Jim Churehili left on Monday for;  Vancouver after spending four or five'  days with bis parents here.  R. Stewart andf^Tom Marshall are  spending most of the week at Duck  Creek, where Mr. Stewart has ~~ 30b of  bricklaying to complete this month.  ,  *Z Mrs._ Constable' was-,, a "visitor" to  Cranbrook.on Sunday,* "returning, on  Monday -with- Master _verard, who  bas been a.��������� .hospital patiente in that  town for the past six weeks.'  Walter Carr left on Monday for  Lesviston, Idaho, where, we,bear, be  has taken -a permanent position.    - ������*  The express depot at the Smith  crossing was put in shape at the first  of the week, and the eastbc und train  made its first stop on "Wednesday.  R, Stewart is leading the .berry^sbip-  peru so far, having fourteen crates out  on Sunday.  The Social Club had a shirt waist  dance ut the house on the Scotty Todd  ranch on Fi'iday night, with a fairly  large turnout of njembers and the  usual good time reported by all.  Art Atkinson of the Creaton Growers Ltd., staff wiib through this section  on Monday making an inspection of  the strawberries with a view tc ascer  taining just how likely looking the  crop is and whut part of it should go  to the jam plants. *  QMr. and Mrs. Carl Wigen and  daughter, June, are also Nelson visitors this week.  Strawberries are on the move now  and quite a few crates have gone east  *%vm  t-.-,t f0.000    A^0010.  t~-XX~0   ..������t*^ A*.^ W       \.,~*Jl 4a.  The Doukhobors, of whom there are  now -quite a few in th.e district, make  quite a splash of color in tbe place and  give quite a picturesque appearahee to  the countryside.  Miss Marguerite Joy was hostess at  a little party on the occasion off her  birthday, Monday, June 18th. *  A large brown bear caused quite a  little" excitement here on Tuesday,  when biuin was discovered taking a  morning stroll on tbe Foxall berry  patch. Several residents and a large  number of school' children joined in  chasing him off. The bear, however,  did not hurry himself and^jwaSL test  seeff rambling along the upper bank of  Duck Creek by Davies' place.  Tbe English Church service on Sundav evening was well attended. The  westbound train that afternoon did  not reach here until almost 6.30.  Mr. and Mrs. Loasby and their guest,  Mrs. T. E. Kirkham of Lethbridge,  Alberta, were callers at Creston on  Monday.  Mrs. Morrow of Cranbrook was a  week-end visitor at Sirdar, returning  home on Monday.  Switchman Cam is on the sick list  at present and bis place on the yard  crew is taken by Mr. Bleumenauer of  Cranbrook. x  Gus Kay of Cranbrook   arrived   on  Monday .to take tbe position  of night'  opetator at Sirdar.    .   -*  '.      - r- . V.  <   E~   W.   Rycki^n {^J%anbr������ok7'is  here ~at  nrnpk   O!  dence. *~  present, doing .tbe plumbing  t-"he Sid McCabe's -new' resf-  Mrs. Cuel and dubghter, Ada, of  Oalgary, Alberta, arriyed on Thursday last, and are spending their  annual holiday with Mm. E. Wall.  We hear both Miss Topliss and Miss  Comfort of the Bfchool teaching staff  have resigned and the secretary is  wearlhga worried look these days,  and losing some sleep over the job of  securing equally good teachers to  replace them.  Walter  Cooper  Is a grass widower  thia week*, hia   wife  and   young   son  having taken a trip to Nelson.  "i   * i ���������  The Methodist Ladiea  Aid oro  haxrEs-iS a I*awts Social at. the  home of Mrs. JX* IB. Mo_ood, today, June 22nd, from 3 p.m. and  on into tho evening.. The refreshment menu will inoludoloo  Cream plain, Ice Oream and  Strawberries, loo Cream *cones,  honno boiled Ham Sandwlehco,  Calces liomoiniade and Tea 5 cento  eaoii.    Ca������el������������rm serviue.  .-/lactrxfxr  berry crop to good advantage and at  A. Bond of Canyon City isanotber  prices that will  appeal to growers in  outsider here -������t- present,   doing the  this year of record   berry production,  plastering on the McCabe house. j and while it is a little ear-y to contcm*   . I olate rasnberrv R*hirtrr������**w������#-_   orSM* is-fti^  emu       - .   ^r-~i.~ if. u      ���������*������.^    ������..������^������w  more than a normal crop to dispose of  be is "equally confident raspberry  growers will haye an equally satisfactory year. Crop conditions were  never better at all points in southern  Alberta and southern Saskatchewan,  ahd so long as tbis state of affairs con-  tidues there will be a more generous  buying of all soft fruits than was tbe  case a year ago.  rancher to ship 1923 strawberries. He  had his first crate for .export on -the  161b. Other berry growers are finding  a ready market foi their output in  Sirdar. ���������������������������'���������'' ''���������"'   ;*'.-,.  Ben Whitesides was a business visitor between trains at the metropolis on  Monday.  West  Gr&sfon  Clover cutting is under way in this  section this week and the crop is the  best in years, some of the yields running as high as three tons-to the acre.  The high water season is now at its  peak, and thanks to considerable cool  weather the"expected floods did not  make their appearance. .The water  went at least a foot higher thin in  '1022:. . ^   * ���������   ,.  Jack and Joe Stephens report shooting two bear in the neighborhood of  Smith ranch last week, the browb one  being  almost, too heavy for them to  rollover.  *      ' ��������� -  It. Sinclair Smith \% busy with the  finish-up construction of a new 40 x 00  ft. hay shed.  The ferry is still tied tip at a point  about two miles down the river but  will be towed back to place ns soon ������a  the high water begins to puss.  A number from her* were at Creaton on Monday of last week for the  annual meeting of Orest-pn Valley  Stockbreeders Association, Joe Stephens catching a place on the directorate  for this year. Locally arrangements  have been made to assure an ample  hay supply for all.  All the men off bhe community put  Sti a for.* dJAya laot"* week helping get  out the timber or at" carpenter work  on West Creston's new school. Jack  Stephens and R. Sinclair Smith supervised the erection while Angus Currie  as woods superintendent certainly  selected a fine lot of cedar logs for Its  Election. The schoolroom will be at  least IS x*28 feet Inside and the wall is  j ten Sect.  Albert Mitchell, who is employed at  the Contim ntal mine at Klockmann,  was a week-end visitor at his ranch  here.  R. T. Milner has returnrd for a  short time to look after bis interests  at Lister.  Col. Lister is leaving tbis week to  lend a hand with the speaking tour  Hon. W; J. Bowser and other Conservative members are making of tbe  Boundary and Kootenay country, his  appearance^jftt Creaton being set for  Tuesday night.  On Saturday tbe annual picnic of  Lister Sunday school was betd at  Huscroft's. with almost 100 children  and grownup* participatingln the out-  tlng. in the outing, which was certain*  ly a big success. A plentiful supply of  Ice cream was taken and this, together  with numerous other good things  helped to make the event particularly  interesting for the younger ones.  ���������Rftcea were rum. aand baseball ancfi  other games indulged in. Mis.  Stevens, the Sunday School euperln-  tondent, and h*r staff of teachers,  deserve much credit for tho successful  manner in which the ptcnio was  staged.  TSEmSEIUS fsf KALSSlsft&ISirsio ^u PmSmITIKw  Sealed tenders will be received up  till Thursday, June 28th, for kalaoni-  Ining the four-room public school.  Tenders will also lie received up till  the same date for painting and  varnishing tbe woodwork of tbe same  hnilding. Lowest or any tender not  uecesoarlly accepted. All particulars  obtainable from S. A. SPEERS,  (Hecretary tictiool ������*oarct. Oreston.  New Fruit Selling  Rnn is Operating  Creston Gtowers, Limited, opened  for business in tbe old Sneers' store on  Tuesday morning, witb R. B. Staples  in charge; Mi&s Doyle having the  position of accountant, and Art  Atkinson in charge of shipping and  general warehouse manager.  3?he~ advent of the new firm does not  come as a surprise. At the quarterly  meeting- of Creston Fruit Growers'  Union, Limited, a couple of weeks  previous in reviewing the disadvan-  tagee whicb the Fruit G������*owers Union  directors were encountering in * conducting; tbe^ fruit and vegetable  marketing business this year, the  meeting-by unanimous vote decided  to give tbe directors an absolute free  band in devising ways and. means to  eliminate the handicap imposed on  them due to unfortunate carry-overs -  ������i-om 1922 operations.  Under the new .order of things the  Creston Growers, Limited, which has  been regularly incorporated, will cargy  on under the direct management of  R. B. Staples, who bas severed his  conection with Creston Fruit Growers  Union. Growers, Limited, has taken  over the crate and box business from  the Union.  Creston Fruit Growers Union, Limited, will continue to do business at  the old warehouse premises on -, the  upper side of the track and Alfred  Spencer, who has been accountant  witb the firm for the past three years,  will be manager and have full control  off Union operations. The Union however, will confine itself to the sale of  flour, feed, sugar, and other supplies  of that sort.  R. B. Staples who bas just returned  from a took over the markets in Calgary, fiethbridg**; and* other Southern  Alberta points is quite optimistic as to  being able to place   the   Valley's .big  ���������tfife-'tfs-j'-s^ '?. ^f-jMK'i.-va'uM^'rtWtt^ ^������/"?)g*"'-V^*1'*' !?*���������*������������ i*$r"& iH M***;  -%*^ss^^^ m^.yft\  -wmwmwwm&stwmn 1   m  <*w������*'x*'^\^iA>*������'*a*-*^  T  ^F,VTEW.    CRESTOX.  IT**  r-  M.  Stops Coughs, Colds  Sore Throat in a Night  Think of a medicine so healing, so  "balsamic and antiseptic that every  -trace of cold and.  soreness goes before  It.  "C A T A *R-R H O-  ZONE" is so certain  . in catarrh, bronchitis, that every  erase.-*��������� is relieved  promptly.  no longer���������success is  you use CATARRHOZONE���������a veritable death to catarrhal  diseases, because it destroys their  cause and remedies, their effects.  Delightful ami simple to use, quick  to *'' act, sure in results. Better get  CATARRHOZONE today. Large size,  sufficient for two months' treatment,  price $1.00; small size 50c, At all  druggists. Refuse a substitute for  ���������CA.TAERHOZONE. By mail from  The Catarrhozone. Co., "Montreal.  Experiment  guaranteed   if  .  hidp:  ,.   _   jf���������*$*. Xi     W^s.  ��������� BY  ���������  WILDER  ANTHONY  Canadian    RlchU    Arranged   With  Publishers,    F.    D.   Gooclehild   Co.,  2CS  ICtng   St.   West.  Toronto.  I  . (Continued)  "Have you heard from "Washington/  ve ve -gone  hell.      "Who"  it*  he's   got  folks here?  ed parnt'-ully  '*-   he asked. i  "I got a telegram this morning, .saying that the matter is under advisement.  "Under advisement!" Moran snorted,, In disgust. "That means that  they'll get the cavalry here in time to  fire a volley over our graves���������ashes to  ashes and dust to dust. What -are  you going to do about it?"  Rexhill    blew    a    huge mouthful of  ^fragrant smoke into the aii>  "Frankly, Race, I don't think you're  in a proper mood to talk."  "You're right." Something in  "Moran's voice suggested the explosion  of a fire-arm, and the Senator looked  Rt hirn curiously. "I'm through talking. We've both ot us talked too  damn much, and that's a fact."  "I'll be obliged to you," the Senator    ������������������  remarkedr "if   you'll   remember   that \ "it  isn't  you draw a salary from nie and that ' that   old  you owe me a certain amount of respect."  Moran laughed rauc-ousl.v.  "Respect" I don't owe you a damn  thing, Senator; and what you owe mo  you wont' he able "to pay if you sit  here much longer waiting -for something to turn up. You'll be ruined,  that's what "you'li he���������ruined!" He  brought his big hand down on the  tabLe with a thump.  "���������13y your own carelessness. Now,  3ook here. Race, I've made allowances  for you, because    .    .    ."  "You don't needn't to soft soap me,  ' Senator: save that for your office  seekers." The agent was fast working himself into another passion. "I've  not ruined you. and you know it. A  satVs a iJiiie. i.-*-n"t ii ? Instead ot  ruining  -you.   I'm   trying   to  save   you.  Ef you go broke, you'll do it yourself  with your pap and sentiment. But If  I am to pull your chestnuts out of the  fire for you, you've got to give me a  free hand. , I've got to fight fire with  fire."  .Rexhill wiped his glasses nervously,  for despite his , assumption of. CRlm,  his whole future'swung upon the outcome of his Crawling Water venture.  If he -appeared-calm, it was -not -because he felt so, but because the  schooling of a lifetime had taught him  that the man who keeps" cool usually  wins.    '  "There's nothing to do but go on  as we are headed now," he .declared.  "Wade's discovery of" our' purpose is  most unfortunate"���������his voice shook a  trine���������"but it caii't be helped.. In the  legal sense, he has added to the list  of his crimes, and we have more  again^. li"im .thanvwe ever had. He  now has three charges" to face*���������murder, assault and robbery. It rests  with u^ whether he-shall be punished  by the courts for any of-the three."  The Senator spoke  emphatically in  the effort *to convince himself that-his"  statements were practically true, but  he'avoided Moran's eyes as he did so.  His show of optimism-had little sub-  j stance behind it, because now that his  | motives were likely to be bared to the  I public, he was too good a lawyer not  j to realize how little standing he would  have before a jury in that section at  least;   of  course,  Wade   must   realize  | this equally well and feel fortified in  '.his    own    position.      RexhRTs    chief  hope had been that the support of the  cavalry from Fort    Mackenzie    would  enable  him to   control  the  situation;  ! but  here,   too,  he  was  threatened  by  ithe  unexpected  hesitation  of rTie au-  i thorities at Washington.  [     Moran,  however,  was   frankly   con-  t lemptuous  of the  prospect     of    help  He had never belt,  although  at the  mentioned   his   en-  plan of action  had  with   some  measure** of  con fidenee.      Now that  ��������� E*������o_,t Vet constipation poisonyour blood.  and curtail your energy.  If your liver and bowels  tfiV^felCftRIERSI  CARTER'S      JbkHTTLE  Little   Liver JA "WT I \y mgr b������  Pills   today'ji J1p*Yb   h   ������J  an a   your --^Pf IbB B"^' ��������� lil_j5y  trouble will  yimBwggff-jftfaaH     *  be relieved.'; For   dizziness,   lack  oi  appetite, headache and biatchy  skis  try them.   Purely vegetable.  Small PiU���������SmaJl Do������e���������Small Pn������q  from, that source,  lieved greatly in  time it was first  thusiasm. for any  inspired him  the   Senator's  Look to Your Eyes  Beautiful* Eycs^Lkefme  Teeth, arc ctve result of Con. scant  Cire. Th** d&llv use of Murine  mV������M Eves Clear an-d Rjdiarn.  En|o\ab!r. Ha*rr;-.!e-.*������. Sold and  K<*com*n.c*..J*fd "by A\l DriiRRi-jis.  f~~m^o.m EVES  nhtm  They do not rIotv when blown  UMi. Their "lve&da tits not drop.  They contain no poi&on. Rata  ���������won't gnaw them.  Their added k-ri^th prevents  gcorrheel fingera when lighting?  rnnurs and lanterns. TheyRivo  Bon go r, bxlfihlcr Jlfiht In the  darkxi������fl������.  ^W"C^  " ���������    P   MrJt W W 0"  his lust- of revenge made him intolerant of all opposition, he was thoroughly exasperated by the telegram received from Washington, and had no  faith in aid from, such a quarter.   .  "What if your cavalry doesn't  come?" he demanded. '. v  "Then we must rely upon the Sheriff here to maintain the law that he is  sworn t������ support." .'      '**  "Bah!       lie's weakening now.    Hers  not forgetting that he's to spend the  rest  oi* his   days  in.  this   town,-after  back East, or perhaps to  s to loo_ after him, then,  himself in  bad   with  the  Senator"���������Moran clump-  over to the sale and lean.- \  ed upon it as he faced his employer���������  cavalry  that'll  save  you,   or  turkey buzzard  oi! a  sheriff  either.      I'm the man to do.it, if anybody is, and the only way out is to lay  for this man Wade  and kidnap him."  Rexhill   started   violently. .     "Kidnap  him, and take him into the mountains,  and keep him there with a gun at his  head, until he signs a quit-claim.    I've  located the very spot to hide him in���������  Coyote   Springs.      It's practically inaccessible,   a  natural   hiding-place."  Itexhil lturned a. shade or two paler  as   he  ���������nervously  brushed  some   cigar  ashes from his vest and sleeve.      He  I had   already   gone   further   along   the  1 road of crime than lie felt to be safe,  ; but the way hack seemed   even more  \ dangerous than the road ahead.      The  ; question was no longer one of ethics,  j bul. purely of expediency,-,.  j     '"We haven't Ume to waft-on cavalry  and   courts,"  Moran  went. on.       "I'm  : willing   to   lake   the   risk,   if  you   are.  If we don't take it, you know what the  , result   will  be.       We   may   make   our  get-away to fhe East, or we may* stop  here   for   good���������under   ground.       You  ; have little choice either way.      II" you  1 get out of this country, you'll he down  ' and out.      Your naiue'll be a by-word  j and you'll be flat, broke, a joke and an  ' object;   of   contempt   the   nation  ovor.  I And   it's not only yourself you've  got.  lo   think   of;   you've   got  to   consider  * your     wife     and     daughter,   and  how  ihoy'll   si;ind   poverty    and     disgrace.  Against, all   that you've got a chance,  ' ;>   lighting  chance.       Ave    you    game  onon.nl) io take jt?"  i     All     ihat     .Moran     nald     was    true  enough,   for   rir-xhill   knew  Unit   if   he  failed   to   so euro'   control  ol*  Crawling  i Wainr S'alloy, his back would he brok-  ; on, bolh politically and financially. He  j would  not only  bc     si ripped    ol'    his  woiilih, but at' his credit  nnd the 'power which stood him in 1 inn  of private  LoiK.r.       Ho   would   bo   dE^graced   be-  j mn]   I'fdompi ion   in   Hie   oyos  of  asocial os,   and   in   I ho   bosom   of  family   lw>   would   (ind   no   solace*  public     sneer;*,       Failure*    iuc|inf  in.:'. I'ori-vt-T of his dHUghlor's ro.s|  which    might    yet    bo    save'il le)  ihrough   glamors   of   success   and  i-ofh'ct ion  of that tolerance* which  world   is  always  ready   U>  ���������extend  ward  I he sueee.sKi'ul,  "Voir Mi'f rliyUt," ho ndodltod, "In  Haying ilia* I have my \vliV> and elaugh-  r to codsUP'i', and \]\-,a reniJinlH inc.  haven't told y*������u I hut. Ilelen ������v<������r-  ard   our   eonversat Ion   abrnil,   sN'ade,  "Well,   say,   then,   that   they   came  here/to rifle the place, but that when  I   caught   tlierti   they   were   spooning.  Say  anything you like,  but make her  believe that it was a lovers* meeting.  See it" she'll care then to save him."  The  Senator  dropped   heavily   back  into his chair, without -voicing the pro-.  tesj: that had been upon his tongue's  end.     .He was quick to see that, contemptible though the suggestion was,  it yet.offered.him a means -wherebyto  save himself his    daughter's    respect  and affection.      The whole danger in  that   regards lay   in   her   devotion   to  Wade,* which was responsible for her  interest in him.      If    she    could    be  brought    to.: feel    that Wade was unworthy,   that he had. ineleeel   wronged  lier,  her own pride  could  be trusted  to do the rest.  "If  I   thought  that -Wade were  the  man-to make her happy," Rexhill putf-  .,ed* heavily, in. restraint of his excitement.  "Happy?        Him?"  .     Moran's eyes  gleamed..  "Or if there was a shred of truth���������  but to make  up such a  story  out  of  whole cloth���������'��������� Z:--".  '."'���������'������������������  "What's the matter with you, Senator?      Why, I thought    you    were    a  master pi:'men, a general on the field  of battle!"      The agent    leaned    forward    again    until  his  hot. whiskey-  laden breath fanned  the other man's  face. ;  "I'm a father. Race, before I'm anything else in God's wca*ld."  "But  it's   true.   Senator.       True   as.  I'm speaking.      Ask any one in Crawling   Water.    - Everybody   knows   that.  Wade    and    this Purnell girl are riiad  in love with each other."  "Is that true, Race?"  Rexhill loejkeel  searching!y into the  inflamed slits which marked the location of the agent's eyes..   . ......  "As God is my witness. . ' It's the  truth now. whatever' he may have  thought of Helen before. He's heen  making a fool ol" hei*, Senator. I've  tried to make-her- see it, but she  won't. You'll not only be protecting;  yourself, but. you'll do her a. service."  He paused- as Rexhill 'consulted his  watch.  "Helen  will be over hei-e in  a few  minutes.      I promised to take a walk  with her this morning."  "Are you game?"  "I'll   do  it.   Race."       Rexhill   spoke  may be necessary for me to know all  the facft>."  Moran answered from the window,  whither he had stepped to get his hat,  which lay on the broad sill.  "It was Tug Bailey, Senator...   Here  comes Helen now.      You,needn't tell  her that-1 was tieel up all "night."      He,  laid Wa\le'*f quirt on the desk.      "He  left thaL behind him."        -   '  Rexhill grunted.  "Yes, I willtell her,"-he declared  sulkily, "and about the Jensen affair,  if I've got to be a rascal, you'll be tlie  goaj. Give Bailey some money and  'get him out of town before lie tanks,  up and tells all he knows.", ~   ,  Helen came in, looking very ;sSveet  and fresh.In a linen suit, and was at  first inclined to be sympathetic when  she -heard of Motan's plight, without  knowing tne source of it. . Be.f-tffe". she  "did know, the odor of liquot* on liis  breath repelled her. He 'finally- departed, not at the bidding of her cooL  nod, but urged by his lust of revenge,  which, even more than the -whiskey,  liad fired his .blood.  "Intoxicated, isn't he? How utterly disgusting!" -;   ' y .    '. '  Her father-looked at her admiringly,  keen>y regretting that he must dispel  her loye dream. But he took some  comfort from the fact that Wade was  apparently in love with < another' woman. The thought of'this had been  enough to make him seize upon the  chance of keeping all her affection for  himself.'  "He's had a drink or two,"  mitted, "but.he needed them.  a hard night.      Poor fellow,  nearly  dead when I  arrived,  handled him very roughly."  Helen looked up in amazement. ^  "Did Gordon do it? What was he  doing here?" The Senator hesitated,,  and while she waited for his answer  she wTas struck by a sense of humor  in what had happened. She laughed softly.     "Good for him!"  "We think that he came here to���������to  see what he could find, partly," Rexhill explained. "That probably was  not his only reason. He wasn't  alone."  "Oh!" Her tone'expressed, disappointment that his triumph had not  been a single-handed one. "Did they  tie Mih with these?" she asked, picking up one of the crumpled strips of  linen, which lay on the floor. Suddenly her face showed surprise. "Why  ���������this is part of a woman's skirt?"  Her father glanced at _the strip of  linen over his glasses*.  (To be continued)  he ad-  He had  he was  Wade  Nothing else known tp  science performs .tlie same  marvellous healing and dis-.  , pels disease irom the tissues,  as Z/atn-Buk do^s. - ''��������� This  vpiire herbal ?balni iaikes the  "fire out of a wound or sore,  kills , and.  repels   germs  and grows* fine new skin.  Zam-Biik is acknowledged  lliiiilifiil  %  Will   Use  Alberta  Coal  C.P.R.   M������y   Use   Alberta   Product   on  ,      Their "Lines East t*o Winnipeg  i ...An . announcement wras made by  Charles Murphy, General Manager pf  Western "Lines of the Canadian Pacific  Railway, that the company was cpn-  sidering the matter of using Alberta  coal a*_~far east as Winnipeg. Mr.  Murphy stated that in order to stimulate business and to show .their confidence in Alberta steani coal* it was  likely- tha,t they wouid place about  200,000 tons on the dump for use during the fail, and to assist the mines in  the meantime.  The life of an English bank note  Is about two months. When the Bank  of England receives a note'back. from,  circulation, it is automatically canceled by having the signature of the  cashier torn off.  An Oil for All Men.���������The sailor, the  soldier,:,the fisherman, the lumberman,  the outdoor laborer and all who are  exposed to injury and the elements  will find In Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie pit  a true and faithful friend. To ease  pain, relieve colds, dress -wounds, subdue lumbago���������and_overcome rlieuma-,  tism, it is excellent. Therefore, it  should have a place in all home medicines and be amongst those taken on  a journey.  The dictionary is a comforting book.  One always can find how to spell a  word. if*. one knows how to spell it In  tlie first place so one can find it in the  dictionary.���������Seattle Times. -  solemnly.       "We   might   as   well   try  for one thing as another." Grimacing,  hc shook the hand which    the    other  offered him.      "When will you start?"  .."Now,"    i\roran   answered promptly.  "I'll take "three or tour men with me,  and  we'll  hang around _Wade's ranch'  until we got him.      He'll probably be  nosing around the    range    trying    to  and we shouldn't, have  When you've got him  His teeth ground nud-  other as he paused ab-  sound seemed tej cause  locate tlie^ gold,  much trouble.  safe     .    .  ibly ui.or, each  luptly, and the  the Senator uneasiness.  "Uy the way, since I've turned near  assassin,   you  might,  who    shot    Jensen."  wiih a curious effort,  you,  in^t������*ad  of  yeni  as  well  tell   me  ���������Rfixhill    spoke  "If Witdo gets  getting Wade, it  Severe KMitey Trouble  MrSi JF. Rinehart,  Camp*-  kellvzlle, Ont., writes:  "I had trouble "with niy kidneys ahd very frequent urination.  This was followed, by pains which  at times were very severe. x The  doctor said I had inflammation  of the bladder and that an operation might be necessary. To this  I refused, and began using Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills. From  the first few doses I felt the  benefit. The pains, left, urination  was corrected, and 1 have had no  recurrence of theae ailments."  IHr. Cfoase's Kiditey-Mver  Fills  (Ono pill n eloec,  25ots.  a box.     All den!ers,  or Edmansen,  Bat������������  & Co., litd., ^Toronto ���������  ���������<..  liis  lllH  for  thn  )0Cl,  him  tho  lhe  to-  On-e gentle stroke igmtci them.  I  Ut  in  i.v  ts.  W WH* "An IP?  tht. r.~������~(tt~-n Mj.trl������ ������**., ttrnttttS, Ma~ttr*:ti~  W.    N,     I  ���������ti 1  in* room, I l\r> other nlillit" He* rapid-  fxiilalne'el hm* Indignation and Ihrenit  n������������������;i������r>hure. "J dem'l, mean fe> miy  rliai .'��������� our sMigKi'f.f Ion liai-m'l HoniftlhiiiH  ui km !iiinni-nil li," h(> iiiuunj^d up, "but  'ri "?.,'.. U- -r.fi.- in ('1.;,73ijir*:.,r,' v.i\.\ clip  1>Ii t inn In- had hfr-i\ Injiu'fel, J prob-  ���������ibl.   i-<,uUl  not  rfv.ii'alii  lir-r."  Tlu--   u..cill   le'anr-il   ������������*i(ihh   (lift  ������b������filc.  If I'liuglv.  ���������"'.'-���������ll \i*-r lb** truth, tluit I foil ml  VV'id*-- Jim** Id HiIk room with Jjorolhy  }";~-m.+\~, fi? nlijht.' thn������ th.y fiimm hru-  .m- -.un ii<iMUr������>Hi|ori, bfr������iiH*n it WilM thn  f>ru' f,\;\.<-fi In Ci'awllntr V"/tef������r . . ."  "Mrxhin V.iit. U) bin fr.r-.t Willi an vx-  t lauuallon  ������������f  dt^Ktiue..  1  For those Smokers  who tike their tobaop  Cut Fine or who  roll their "own  m0attmmmam44mmaM444tit~wmittmt~mtm~m~mi~m~~m  tt.  - Canada's Best Buy -  THE ECONOMY PACKAGE  (Aiso Procurable in Packages 15$ & 25*1)  mmmmaumtrntal  !l^**'!!::ii''';S'!*tf?*.?*?'l!*w^ * ���������rtv:������r*l * * i * pvnmm* nyHHimM m  \  ff-  A  ri#������(|U t tii uit i tititiV-ii tintittiti j'jii iiti ihi i if fi (rHiittVfti fit iitiivivBi  Vi*  TBM   WB$T$$rx   CRESTON,   B,   G.  Household Hints  Valuable  Recipes    For  Housewi's  the    Bus-r-.  t.  Liberty Raisin   Bread  1 cup buttermilk or sour milk* 1, egrg.  X cup wholewheat ilour, 1 cup corn  meal. -.* . .__*.-',r- ,  1 teaspoon salt; Vi cup sugar  V   '  i  floured. -.,..<.>,. -   * -. .:  Mix anel sift dry ingredients, Add  wel^beaten eg-g-, butterrnillc, and shortening. Blend -well. Add raisins.  Beat vigorously. Bake in a shallow  pan for 30 minutes.  HAD TO FIGHT TO  GET HIS BREATH  He  ���������"*���������*��������� teaspoon baking powder.  cup     Sun-Maid, seedless  raisins  / Bran Muffins  1 cup flour, 1 tablespoon shortening  (melted).  1 teaspoon salt.  1 teaspoon soda��������� y~i  to  2  cups-sour  milk.  2 cups clean Ijran, % cup Sun-Maid  seeded raisins and chopped nuts.  3/t toP/tn cup sweetening.  Sift together the flour, salt and" soda  and mix. with this the "branr Add together the sweetening, ..melted shor**.- .  ening and part of the milk; then mixj  with the dry material. Add the rai- \  sins and niits "dusted with Hour, and]  enough milk to form a batter of such]  consistency that it will drop but not  pour from a spoon. Bake in greased  muffin pans about one-half hour.  ~~~-     TORTURING SCIATICA  Reed Declares Gases W-ere So Bad  N������ar!y._ Choked At  Times  "The best I caii say is not half good  enough: for 'I'anlae," states Frederick  ���������_. Reed, 286 RoxT?orougk Aye., Hamilton,Ont., well known business ruan.  "Last winter grippe and tonsilitis  eonilried>-rjie to -my home for weeks  and left} me sp7 thin and frail it looked  like I 'could riever-get back to rny business again. r-wduld choke up with  ga������ until I liad to fight for breath, was  so nauseated X could scarcely retain a  thing, and pains in my stomach and  sides would7 double me up. I could  scarce!^- sleep, a .wink, and my hands  were soZ trembly I couldn't even ar-''  ranger mj*-.. tie.::77* ������������������  "However, the Tanlac treatment  suited my case:'so'well it ended any  troubles, increased my weight, and  fixed rae up to where I felt as fine as  I ever did. I feel right ail the time  now, and haven't missed a clay from  xny business since I finished the treat-  j-nent.      Tanlac has no equal."  Tanlac is for sale by all good druggists.���������takef-no substitute. Over 3T-  millio-n bottles -sold.   '  ZTo Help Fruit Growers  Modern  Packing   Plant to  be  Located  In the Okanagan  Cold   storage,   canning,   as   well  as  modern packing plants for fresh fruits,  will do much' to further fruit growing  in/the "Okanagan, according to'leaders  in the fruit industry there who have-  got together and  formed a $1,000,000  company to start such operations.   In- ,  corporation was granted to the com- -J  pany    recently,   urider the temporary  name of Co-operative Growers' Packing Houses, Ltd., with headquarters at  Vernon.     It is (Understood that all the  stock  Is  to   be  held   by the growers  themselves on a cooperative basis.  ~0ytir-i  z^JiMs^a-ii:  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIEFLY TOLD  About $2,300,000' is to.be spent on  the fcqn'striictipnrof >oacls:. iind bridges  in British Cohimhia this.year.  Prince Bamarkolt'-or^llussjci, relative  of the lormer-Czar, committed -suicide  in a Munich hotel.     ' '"*" ZZ--Z ������������������**.-Z:���������"��������� i --  Sir-  Matthew.    Nathary*;'���������'Governor of  Queensland,   in   a   -speech   at  Ip.--.wioh.  referred  to  the need   of  white iinini  gration, ^as  thei.e  was  i-eal  danger -ol  the Japanese jumping into Auslialia.  Five staff officers  of the Red Army  were  executed recently for  spying in  behalf  of a foreign 'power, according,  to a despatch from Helsinglors quoting 1?etrograd advices.  General Maxime "\Veygaiid, assistant";  to General Foch, and former member!  of the inter-allied supreme war conn-.I  eil, has been appointed French High j  Commissioner in Syria in the place of |  General H. J. 1~. Gouraud, resigned.  Tlie Ruin* mine owners, in agree-  . ment with the workmen, have decided  to. close alt coke ovens except those  delivering their products direct to  German commerce. Thi a will reduce  the coke production to less than, one-  fifth normal. ...".'.'..  The . French Government, did noi  charge rent for. trenches in France  used by British, troops in the war, so  Walter, T*]. Guinness. War Ofilee '.Undersecretary,..'slated in the 1-lonse of  Commons in answer to a ti ties tion on  tho matter. ���������������������������"*������  A   Nerve   Trouble   Due   to   a   Watery  Condition   of the   Blood  Fierce   darting   pains.       Pains   like  red hot needles being driven througn  the flesh���������in the thigh, perhaps down  the leg. to the ankle���������that's  sciatica.  None "but  the  victim   can realize  the.  torture of this trouble.      But the sufferer need not grow discouraged;   the  trouble is due to the    fact    that . the  nerves    are     being    starved by  poor,  watery blood,  and when the  blood is  enriched the pains ot sciatica will disappear.       As   a  blood     enricher     and  purifier no  other medicine   can  equal  Dr.-Williams' Pink Pills. .. They bring  lo the blood just tlie elements necessary  to restore it to normal .Richness  and  redness.       That is  why sou*many  sufferers    from    sciatica,-   and    othei  forms of nerve, trouble, have found rer  lief  through  taking these  pills.       Mr.  D. M. Anderson, Beacliburg, Ont.. tells  .what ���������' ������i' ���������''.Willi'unis'''. Pink   Pills   havfe  done  ."for- him    as    follows:-���������"Some  years ago I  was  badly  afflicted   with*  sciatica.       I   could   hardly   walk   and  suffered great pain when I did so.      1,  went to :t doctor, but his medicine did j  not seem to do me any good.      A man  who was working with me told me he  had once been like that and  that Dr.  Williams'   Pink   Pills   had   made.him  all right.      I began to take them, continuing to work, and the trouble disappeared, and I did not lose a day, although  sometimes 1 suffered  terribly.  "Later I had another attack, and again  Ihe pills  came to my relief.      Now 1  take three boxes of Ur. Williams' Pink  Pills every spring find l-'all, swid I have  had no efttaek of the trouble since tliat  time." '  Vou can get these pills ilirough any  medicine dealer or by mail at SO cents  a box from The Ur, Williams' Medicine  Co., Ih-ockv'lte, Ont. .".  Irrigation   Farming  May Hold Winter Course in Irrigation  Farming at Lethbridg-js  Plans areiJKnder consideration for  the holding "of a, winter course in irrigation farming* at the Dominion Experimental Farm at Lethbridge, under the joint auspices of the Provincial and Federal Governments. This  work has been-carried on by the Pro-  vinc-ial Agricultural Schools during  the pTast" couple of years,, but .Jn'.view  of.the fact that some of the agricultural school's*.'will be closed this coming winter and the need of instruction  in irrigation farming, the new course  is heing planned.  Canada's National Parks  Attracted to Dominion About Twenty  Million Dollars in Tourist  ' Z"'Z ���������������������������"... '���������* Traffic'.  Canada's national parks may constitute the Dominion's get-rich-auick  scheme if properly appreciated and  maintained, according to J. B. Harkln,  Dominion Parks Commissioner. During 1922, the national parks attracted  to the Dominion about twenty million  dollars in tourist traffic, etc., and as  the Dominion only spent about oae  million; dollars in maintaining tho  parks^Jt represented, a return at the  rate of about 2,000 per cent, on the  outlays:'       '-*-���������. *~  ������?li.oePolisl^es  l^fe^fei^  . TRCATI5C  [THE HORSE  HOW'S  THIS?  HALL'S CATAP.Kft MEDICLN'E will do  ,jvhu.t wo claim for it���������rid your system of  Catarrh or 3>e:<l'iiess caused by catarrh.  We   do .not   recommend   it   for  any   other  I-IAI.'L/S CAT.-XFJ-riH MKDrCWE Is a  licitiirf, -taken iniei-iiaUy, and acts through  the blood' upon the-.-mucous surfaces of  the system, Lit us j-ediieinjj tlie inflamtna-  tioa*'-'-*and . nssistJns Js'atiire- lu; jesLoriiJS  normat c-OiVditibjis.  A3!  Di-uywi^ts.       Circulars   free.  !���������-. J..'Cheney _ Co.". Toledo,  Ohio.  For Aches, Pains  ^/.Jfte Safe Home Remedy  NERVILINE  "When sudden sickness comes, when the.  kiddies come in with colds, their little i  chests aud throats sore from coughing,  ci'-dck results always follow . a vigorous  rubbing- with good old Nerviline. If it's  Cramps, Cone, "Diarrhoea, Nerviline is a.  wonderful friend; it bring-s ease and comfort: so (juickly. *Foi- young- and old,- to  overcome the minor ills that'constantly  a-rise in the liOme, nothing���������compares "with  ������������������Nerviline.*"���������35 cents at all dealers.  Beautify Grounds With  Shrfibs From France  G-afc this toolcl ',You cannot afford to  te Trttltoiit it.., Jt costs you uothjiig*! If  yo������ owii.hoises, it caaiavo you 3mndr*<Ii  of dollaza.    ���������-���������  Ifcft b<wfc ��������� ''A treatise on the horse"���������U  yours for tie ssUne, at your dru������������UC'a.  Tfaftlorse aadaU about iJm���������his disfatei  ���������hem Co recosnJao them���������trhatto do about  tJieta���������-with, ctuepters on breediiis,���������thturt  suid. ���������"hoeing;,T-i-iltiz���������tttt-ti snasy tried a-ivi  MRS.  JOHN   SIMPSON  Do You Need Help?    Tills Advice  is Well Wortli Reading!  ,.���������.���������  * *  Kirkton, Out.'*���������"I Iiiivc found Doctor  riurcc'ci Anuric Tablets to be mi cicelk'iit  mctlioltic*, I liavei been troubled villi  inllauuiKiLioii in llic neck of my b'.-ulck-r  for about cifjht ycats. I 'doctored but  failed to pet cured, ho J decided to try-  Doctor "MtM'c-o'��������������� Anuric < ami - uric ��������� acid J  Tablets and thcy have relieved me.'KrcnUy,  "I nlso can rccomineud l>r. Pierce'.i  |-*avorit*c I'rescj -Ipttoh for - e x r������** c t nn t  Kuotiuu'.s. X Jiav.c u line, Liig* baby b<������y,  My nurse risked inrr wliut T rite to mate  liiat so hIjjiuir:. lie looked like a.child  (four or five months old Avhen only three,  I certainly would advise every prospoc.  live mother to use l)r. Pierce s* .Favorite  l'l-cscription."���������Mrs. John .Simpson, U.H, I,  Sctul 10 cents to Dr, Herce's Laboratory Jii BtidRelvinu-, (Hit., for trial i������Uir.  of fiuy of l>uct������������r !,i(*,r<,������,,5> reituulicn aiul  write Doctor IMtrrcc, Prebldc it tin valid*)  Ilotel,  'HulTido, N, V,, lor free, confiden-  tL���������0   '.ilLvtix,*'*.  ^l!>ih.'.  Co-operative Egg Marketing  Saskatchewan Now Exporting Largs  Quantities'of Eggs  'J^lie first, soliome for the- co-operative ma r*k ell iir ol' okks I.o he pal, 3 nlo  erfoct in I his province hns b*6en *^ol.  under *\vjiy by tlvp SiiHlcatoliewari Co-'  oporuTlve CroaniPi-ies, Limited, A  f-e-vr yoarrf ufcu thiH'provlnce tvas a  heavy iniport������u- of crk.s to nmoL its  tlotnoKlic rPf|tiironiPt)t.s. Today, -as  hio i'������!i-iwll. of anlivo canipuiRns con-  (luctod by ilia Provincial and Fcdoriil  (iovt-Tiinionl^, SnnltHlfdiowuti-is ono of  tlio loading CRfX exporting provjneos of  tlu? jWinlnlon, and nitirltelw linvft boon  cslublishod In Kasstern Cnnada und the  United statos.  There are more than 65.000 liffht^  houa-es erected on the most dangerous points on the --world's coast.  Mothers'can easily know when their  children are troubled with -worms, and  they lose no time in applying a reliable remedy���������Mother Graves'' Worm  Kxterminator.  Birds  have  a   body--1.emiierat.tire  of  Ids. while that of a human i.s only 98.  Minard's       Liniment,       Lumberman's  Friend  A woman says that Solomon's wis-  dom was due 1o tho fact that he had  700    wives,    whom     he  consulted on  all occasions.  Plants and'Trees Imported for Saskat-  ?���������   chewan Government Buildings  ";'A  shipment -of approximately, 9j000  slii-ubs    and    nursery stock has .been  refceived     from , France    by    George  Watt, Provincial Landscipe Gaa-dener,  for    beautifjring    tjj'e    grounds    surrounding- .the   Pari iamen t*   Buiidings,  Regina, and  other    public    buildings  throughout the province.  Evergreens, tarnaracs, Scotch pines,  alders, birch, bush, iaoneysuckle, buckthorns, Russian olives, several varie-1  ties of spiroeas and lilac, high, bush  cranberries, dogwood . shrubs and  Japanese roses, are included in the  shipment.  All the plants received will he  planted in the provincial nursery behind the Parliament Buildings where  they will remain for a couple of  years before being sjent out to the  j<H various government buildings in the  province.  School  Lands Sold  Revenue    Amounting    to    $12,254,854  Derived From Sales  A total of 8,824 Quarter sections of  school lands within the Dominion  lands pre-emption area were sold to  December 31," 1922, according to in-  fortnation given to the House of Commons by the Hon.' Charles Stewart.  Revenue amounting to ?12,25-i,S5-t was  derived from these sales and. at the  end of "last year the balance remaining  unpaid was $15,687,018. The number  of quarter sections purchased and afterwards surrendered to the Government was 1,204.  : Corns cripple* the feet and make  walking a torture, yet sure relief in  the shape Of Holloway's Corn Remover is within reach of all.  **.   fn Agreement  She.���������So vour stors- was returned  It is too bad! ,!  He.���������-Yes, that's, what the editor  said about it.^���������Boston Transcript.  A'n Oil that is, Prized Everywhere.���������  .l.������r. ThonuiK* Eclpctric Oil was nut  upon l.h������r iiiarUci. without any (IouMhIi  over fll'ty yeui'H ago. ' It "yviiH put up  .to moi.t. the wants of a Hitiall fioction,  but, as noon an Its merlls bccciine known  it had a whole continent. I'or a Held,  nnd It iu now known and priced  throughout lids cont In on I.. There iH  nothlns i't|iinl to it.  rt'h^ Kuril It ill sheet* ��������� ranch a I. l>oUard,  Siirtlc, rejiorts thai, both tho pure-bred  fvurakuls ami giu'des have wintered  exceptionally well and have proved  hardier than the raugft Hheep. None  or tlio bhurk .shoflp died, vhilo three  of the* ran������c sheep roc;olvlii/s tho Niime  feoil and .shellet' tiled bint winter.  W.    X.     |;  1 tn  Minard's   Liniment for  Fa-lllnjj Out of  Hair  MRS. DAVIS  NERVOUS WRECK  TclIsWosrienHowShe Was Restored  to Perfect Health hy Lydia ������.  Pinkham'j Vegetable Compound  Winnipeg-,  Man.���������" I  cannot apeale  too highly of what Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vej?etablo Compound has] done for  me. 1 wns'a nervous  wreclc and I justrhad  to force myself to do  my work.   Even tho  soundof my own children   playing1 mado  me feel ns if I must  scream K  Ui-oy did  not pet away from  me. I could not even  opoalc -right to my  husbuntl. Tho doctor  aaid lie could do not hi nc: for me. My husband's* mother advised mo to  tako tho  Vej'etablo Compound and I started it at  once.    I was ablo to db my work onco  more and it wa.t a pleasure, not a burden.    Now I havo a fine bouiu-JiJi' baby  nnd am ablo to nurse hor and onjoy doing* iny-avork,    I cannot  help recom-  "mondlnff such a medicine, ana any ono  tteeioK mo boforo I took it, nntl Boeinjj  mo now, can see what it docs for mo. I  am only too pleased for you to uao my  testimonial."���������Mrn.   F-Mjr.Y DA.VJS, 721  McGco Street, Winnipeg, Man.  Lydia 1*1. Pinkham's Privato Text-  "ftoolc upon ���������" Ailments Peculiar to  \rii~tut~44 ' will ho Ninifc you froo upon  requeH t. Writ������ to tho Lydia K. Pinkham  Mc d i c 1 no Co., Cobourg, Ont, Thia book  contains valuable information, O*  A Sermon Her-a  It -was along by the public library  on 5th Avenue. Two elegantly dressed young women, with pendants  and barcelets of diamonds, were moving along with the throng. Said one:  "Life Is simply getting unutterably  boring." And the other agreed heartily. Turning down the south side of  the library I saw an' aged and crippled  woman feeding the pigeons and birds  with crumbs from a paper sack. Her  lace was aglow with happiness. There  Is a sermon there some place.���������>Tew  Vork Correspondent.  "Do" not  mo  Itolrinc.  tng, _pr. I'rotrud-  -j- ��������� ,   su-ff������v  fnothe-jtday v:iil  Itching. Bleed  ing Piles.    No  surcl������������l oper-  Dr Chi'sa'j* Otatmiat" will ril?aVftou HFo *<&  and  afford. iasthiK beaotlt.    60c a  t������x-   _  dealers, or Kdman<ion. Bates & Co.. Limited  Toronto.   Sampl* Box'_e������i4r yoi nientlo", U&  paper and enctoso -ac, stamp to pay postage.  MONEY ORDERS  T"  Buy your out of town supplies 'with L)o<  minion Express Money Order*. .Five dollars costs three cents.  SALESMEN WANTED  In   Every Community  To    sell    ottt*    Tailored-to-ineciaure  lion's   All-wool Sult.s.  Gooet ComttiiysEoii.  Samples and SLyl������-book on l-lc-quest  .tCxprtrieiioe IT11 n ovc psi i ry.  Henley Mills Tailoring Company,  366   Bay St. . - -'-       Toronto.  Milllorm For Roads  On  the  execution  of the road j>ro-  grannne, the province of Quebec Js to  expend ovor $6,000,000 this year. Tl.at  luiH boon agreed upon, notwithstanding the fact that federal grants -will  nol bo available and thaL much oi iiie  work will be confined to repairs and  maintenance,  Miller's Worm Powders do not  need tho after-holp of castor oil or any  purgative to complete their thorough-  no������H, becattHo thoy ure thorough in  themselves. One done ol'.ihem��������� and  Ihry will hr* I'otnjd i>ah*ilublo by nil  children, will ontl lhe worm trouble by  making the stomach and bowels tm-  tonahlo to the paruHltefl. And not  only thlH, but tho powder.s will bo certain to exert moul. bonellHal induonco3  In tho digestive organh.  Us es "Cutter 'sw  SeruiiiDtnd Vacclne������hiU  doine hi������ belt to cou������crve your  intrrrm; "Myear������  concentration on  on* 3ine count Sot  1 *omctl������in<.  The Cutter Laboratory  " Tht S.x..*~W*r, Oi+S Kt~*vJ litta"  Merkel������y tU.S.I.-cenie) C������llforni������  IF YOUfi  VETERINARIAN  After Every Meal  WIHfilEYS  ?_*f*f������f?"'T*>������WW^WiW>w^pi^^^*w^  IlomoHlhenoH,    lh<5  of* history, wan born  July In I'jo  j -..*.  foremost orator  In AthenH about  V..C.  Minard's     l-lni������n*������nt:  Pains  for    Achea    and  Est wvc^i'lc or  play, 11 gives  thc poise and  steadiness ihat  mean success.  II helps dJaestloii,**,  allays iblrait, lecep-  S_1B   Ibe moulli cool  umxnM ~u0it.t. tlie lUroati.  n*4_secies   rclaxeii  an-tn x������lliinl una tBt_  nerves at ease.  tmmmmmmmmmmmwmii-f-  msasm  mmm~~wmwms& ������i^efc;^:fe-^��sa��-m��^=;'*��i��s t4.~t-...-.*.,~>-
-will be knocked out  from in under
them. ,"".--
Ontario was the first province to
adopt third-party government, and
fhe suceesa achieved there was
largely responsible-for the spread
of th   idea in   other provinces  and
tts  uu��� ��.g**u*oji<z��& cicCi/iuia   OE    li/ui        in
after less than four years experience
Ontario's Farmer-Labor combination goes into the discard it is not
hard to see the possible "adverse
effect such an eventuality would
have on the prospective Provincial
party in this province.
Is there any
Meat in the
A surge of waters���the boom of crashing logs���a weak call from the Old Laird battling in
the rapids���the crazy dash of a lumberjack���and a-leap.
Remember that in the story?    Aye; but now feel the thiill of what you really
see.    R. A. WALSH presents Peter B.ZKyne's famous story of N^
IT'S   ONE   OF   THE   BIG   ON
The fires that start each summer
YOUR cigarette- stub.
might "have come from
.Q i��ro/l   and     Vti-i *nn e��rl
MXX4X  X "WU**.     %4.X4XXM ���v'tLA* 4X*.X~. *-.
The Forest eh
suit of YOUR camp-fire.
The wooded hillsides  might
YOUR lighted matches.
* .vjif . *-r
been the re-
have   been   blackened   by
The burned farms might
be the  wages paid by YOUR
Issued every Friday,-at Oreston, B.C.
I Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance*
$3.00 to U.S. points^'
C. P. H Ath?s. Editor;and Owner,
Watching Ontario
Idle logging camps might be the result of YOUR momentary carelessness.
If forest fires annually  destroy   our   natural   wealth,
money is  to be  spent  in fighting fires  instead
building  up  the   PROVINCE,   then   the   loss
YOURS and that of the generations to come,
Specialty Reduced Fares ��� Lowest in  Years
Either ALL RAIL, or via th�� ORB AT LAICKH
- On 8Ale now, Return limit October UilHt.
In old clothe*) anrl comfort. Gt-mptt nt tjiks. vVnptii,
Vallay, Kmeralrl Lake Chalet. Mornfne I,��ke and
Th��*a�� Carnp&ar-tt open Jtmo 15th Ut Hepternber 15th.
~.Rn..n with accelerafcftiJ Hche-flule.
illlOfitlill.'.ll'll  MH  [,il  I llit lit*. ����ltlk m~ttmt40t4ii.liti.aj 1*1  itti'.m i .'n j.tt*ii'Ltt4.'il'i ������
folly givftn by -any Ticket A*��ent of the
O'Hiiiii, Yoho
1�� now nmutntf
~~.IV~.V4 '
The provincial election which
takes place in Ontario on June 25th
is being watohed with interest by
all political parties in British Columbia. ���:���"..���:
In. 1919 the electors of that province who, industrially considered,
present much the ,same situation aa
exists iw British Columbia, replaced
the Tory Hearst administration
with a Farmer-Labor government which boasted . but. a very
slight majority over the two old
parties when combined.
The new party in Ontario, like
all new parties, carried the province
very largely on the cry of strictest
economy aud all round reduction in
Just how well the Farmer-Labor
economists succeeded in their policy
of administering that province at
rock bottom cost is revealed in the
statement of OntarioV provincial
treasurer presented quite early this
spring in which it was shown that
for 1922 $9,000,000 more taxes in
various forms had been collected
than had ever been' previously
raised in the long history of the old
eastern province and yet despite
this biggeat-ever revenue it had all
been spent with the exception of
the customary Ontario surplus of
about one million dollars.,
Judged from this distance it
wonld seem as if the Farmer-Labor
government in Ontario has been
eyen more extravagant in every
direction than any of its predecessors*, whilst in the enforcement of
tho oastern bono dry liquor apt no
moro suocobs has been achieved
than in any of the other provinces
where tho old lino'parties are at
tho helm.
Tf in the face of all the inoom-
p-Hcn-ny nnd c-xtravapfaMce chared
again nt tho government tho staid
electors of Ontario give it another
lease of life Col. McBao and his
Provincial party followers may go
forward with slightly more hope*
than wan given'i them during their
off Kaat ELootcuay.
But should  either   of   Ontario's
���old   \t,xi-'*jt*i-*   uon'i-u   \il\-i.*   |x>wui    iD-Oii-
wtderahle of   tho   underpinning   of
thn , Provincial fat   in  thin   province
Considerable speculation exists
as to what is to become of the
Vallep's hardsurfaaing road equipment when the stretch of road now
under construction at Erickson is'
Now that the Dominion   author
ities have  withdrawn  their  40 per
cent, contribution toward   the construction of   that   class of road on
the     trans Canada     highway    the
I putting down of hard   surface road
appears a bit extravagant in  these
days when the demand   is   not   so
much for   permanency  as   it is for
mileage. .
A tine sample of what can be
done at roadmaking with crushed
rock and the aid of the steam roller
is shown on the short ~ stretch from
the Crawford corner down to the
Ryckman ranch gate. This has.
stood the -wear and tear of very
heavy traffic for al niost three -years
and is standing up as well almost
as the regulation hard surface road-'
way, .:?,.?:?:?." :'���'���-^ ; -'-.'���?.. ','���..���'������'- '
'For the next few. years a wise
road making-policy Avould be to repeat this simpler aiid speedier
crushed rock and roller treatment
on the highway between Greston
and Wynndel, on which money is
wasted annually in making repairs
with earth which washes or is worn
out almost as fast as   it can be put
Stt. '-���" Z
What is known as the lower
road to Erickson is another bit of
high way that, should have crushed
rock attention. j
In thi summer the dust nuisance!
there is   fully   as   bad   as   in    the
Erickson area, which is now served
by the rock-road.,-   ;t:   ,/.. ,-   \
With the com pietism of the jievy
road into Kitchener very little
heavy expenditure will he called for
new roads in the Valley and the
Review hopes that in all future
road repair effort the "rook crusher,-
truck and steam roller will figure
The authorities at Victoria by
now should he convinced that our
present population is here to stay,
and iii a seotion where a patchwork
policy has proven not enly unsatisfactory but expensive as well, the
sooner a more lasting-road making
campaign is inaugurated so much
the better JFor all parties concerned
Standing Hay Crop For Sale
Ten acres of clover at  Erickson for
��ale.    Will  sell   to one   pernon  or   h
group of ranchers   who   will   get   to-
ether to purchase sarin*.    Easy terms.
LAMONT, Creston.
Anglican Church Services
7.30 p.m.
Pianoforte,  Organ and
Singing Lessons
P.O. B*t*76
This is the first question that presents itself
to the housewife .if an
unexpected visitor drops
in for a meal.. But why
worry ?
Shamrock Brand
Hams and Bacon
Finest  Quality
%\~.ooj-zea flam *-
Lunch Meat
Bologna, &c.
are ''always.to   be   had
-here.    In meats nothing
quite- equals 'Shamrock'
& GO., Ltd.
^-Bjt f Z-
Men's Half Sole. $2.00
Women's Half Soles      IS
-\"inch Haime Straps      2B
T-inch Haime Straps        30
ll-ittch Haime Straps-���     3S
All other parts of HameRS at
corresponding prices.
5% is our profit on all Nov Hareiss
Shoe and-Harness'Repairing
land Jltf AffiMiBiBb
kwbm T�� gsSnae**
ido   ���-^m
land MtSt__a   _
and -wtoloteta soa-:
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HOP pw ��ninnn m **
yoatr.    r%nwr* to
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2��U��Si_^      gttmilflJi iJ_!S?g_l-���
clMMHl and ottiflvitiar mjHrnmlAmcts
of at liut 1 rMn aro roa-alrod;,
Pr*-omptor   holdl
m��ur T��oerd aabthw
r��qulr���� lajod la <
farm, wlUvowt aot
yldoa   ���tatutocy
*nd nuHdono*
snntod land.
Uiwurvorod mitfmm,
utstem,  mar "
Utlo to bo obi .
-danttal aad Inaprcnromont
iTer sm��tn�� ��ad tadi
ar��a��   ttMooatnff  140
l��Ro��d by eE-snJs
JK01, faurtor/o
ttmbwr land  not	
may b* piurotuuiodt ��o��Si
wndttloiiiriUMn oona^otlon ��J �� road
to th��m.   SMbato of oao-halvof ooat of
a -��� - a~vt0
inohtde ar *--
of a do��
tof tltlo
from for
���on^tlio (Nraaant
9r paya^jHrj
Tiucm wro rusittod
Frovtaloa for r~A~*\
toao aro
or tjupwi o�� iK>ldl*l��"jproMtin^otlk **"
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......  tivfi aoaulvod
ssssxj^m &mtftwtt ���
towtt or wtir ww 1
aUD.PUftOHAfiBftfk ��P GROWN
Provbitoa   m%d*   for   lofuano*
Crown   RTOnttf taT'
boNOREnra work
(Canyon)      BRICKSON P.O.
Loyal Oranp Lodge, No. 2095
cnich month at Mercantile
Hail. ViMiiiiiK tH*M(.��ren cordially Invited.
Sllmint of
4utm do lit'
.          Of
-Timtxttt firem
to   oomt>l��t*
on fui-
aftAXtNa. ���
vtdM tor |fraj)Entf autnou     ,	
-^mlnlotrttuoa undor ���Comaaii**aton**B��r
Auauai t~r-*Mm* pfrmlta lMHi��d boaod
uamp*i Drtorttr for��
_ owtiiw. ItMlc-.wnen may
ttsrm AtwoaisMottm for r*n��o m��n��ir*.
m��nt�� ��t"o��, ov purttalijr ir��e, normltji
for t-tAUmm. oaBttp-M-n or tt*v*lUr*.
p^mb^, r^r^I^torltr for -tab
mmm /  ^  WE  CKESTOH  REVIEW  *c~~U--  >  Harness and  Shoe  Repairs  i  ���������     BEST MATERIALS  USED  Reasonable prices  Promptness, and  Quality?  Local and Personal  HARNESS PARTS  in stock,  SEND YOUR  REPAIRS  BY MAIL.  FRED EENHAM  Postoffice Block    :    :    CREL.TON  EsrtftbllSRSd 1915 on Ut Firing Line  LAND REGISTRY ACT  Section 160  In the matter of the .West nniTea or  Lots 48 and 50, Block 2. of _ot 891/  Group 1, Map 893, Kootenay  District. -   .  Proof having been filed   in my office  of the loss of  Certificate of a,itle  No.  7890 1 to the-above ineutinned lands in  th������ Danic of Ch-nrles Orin Rodgers and  Floyd7--Charles Rodgers   and   bearing  date the I2th August, .i 1920. vIHERE,  BY GIVE NOTICE of livv intention at  the''expiration:.f������f:.^onie calendar nionth.,  from the first 7 publication   hereof   to  issue to the s:������id Charles Orin Rodgers  and   Floyd   Chan-les   Rodgers   a  pro  visional Certificate-***?-/-'Title in lieis of  such" lost   Certificate.      Any/ person  having any information with reference  toKtinhioRt Certificate of Title is re  quested   -to   communicate    with   the  undersigned. ^^  Dated at ihe  Land Registry   Office.  Nelson. B.C., tnis ���������2nd   dav   of   Jan  nary. A.D., 1923.  A.' W. 1DIENS.  Registrar.  Date, of   first" publication   May   25th,  1923.     Z-  The first zeal baseball match of the  season is announced for Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at Exhibition Park,  ^rhen Wycliffe"and Creston will bathe opposing teams. Creeton . i~  strengbhing any'weak spots that have  developed in this year's nine, and the  fans are assured a fast close game.  At a meeting of the Women's  Institute directors on Tuesday after*  noon Mrs. B. Lyne -was selected to  succeed Mrs. Garland, who at the  June aa eating resigned as president,  and Mrs. jCherrington has reconsidered her resignrtion as secretary and  consented to fill that position for the  balance ot'the'yes r, - -/  Ronald Eewat of Kaslo was here .on  Tuesday sitting as tc coutt of revlstos  in connection with this year's revision  of the Kaslo riding's voters list. During his stay he added about a dozen  names. The additions made this year  pretty well offset the names that have  been struck off .and the 1*923 list will  show a t ital of about 1700 names.  The annual picnic of. the Girls  Mission Band of Creston Presbyterian  Church whs held- at Arrow Creek on  Saturdav. There were twenty children JngthF party vsrho i*vere transported in the McCreath auto bus, and  >ere in charge of Miss K. Moore, the  band president, assisted by her sister  Miss Eunice Moure. The youngsters  had a most enjoyable day of it.  ���������well as meals, etc. - Thd Athletic-Club  is making ��������� a great hit with the boys  as -the membership-has more than  doubled since the second nieeting of  the club a .couple of-months ago.  School Upkeep  May Be $10,000  A vote of $10,000 is in] prospect for  the approval * of the ratepayers of  Creston school district at the annual  nieeting early next month, according  .to the Creston school board, which  met in regular June session on Monday  night. These figures, of course., are .  not final, but from a rough estimate of  ���������what will be. required-it is now absolutely certain that a sum considerably  in excess,of $8,200.00 voted last year  will be required.        _-.  Up to the present there are no resignations from the high school staff, but  tyro of the five- public school teachers  have notified that they will not be  returning after midsummer. Those  quitting are Principal G. P. Smith,  who has been at the* bead of public  school:.flairs for four years, and Miss  Creighton.jwho came last year to take  ring You  ��������� ���������������������������  Jcv  EEP YOTJR FORD TUNED UP. It will last  longer, serve you better and bring a bigger trade in  or resale price if you give it the care it deserves.  " We sell Pord Service. We see-to it that- Ford efficiency, put  Minto the car by the makers, is maintained. We keep our stock  ,iof genuine Ford parts always complete: Our skilled mechanics  ^ -are ready to answer your call for repairs at any time.  charge of the priihary room.  ~~-Tbe  trustees   have decided  5cnr A-"DT 1>Q   JQr  PIERSON  -------  Much   svmpathy    is   felt   for   Miss  Vickers,     vice principal    of    Creston  pvhliu school wln������ on Tuesday received  tbe unwelcome   intel!if**'uce   bv   wire  that her father had died that morning  at Salmon Arm and that   ourial would  .taKe.p'ace on Wednesday. ;   Owing to  ���������the":--.Arrow   Luke   connection-being  'impossible    and    with   Miss- Vickers.  named;.to preside at the departmental  examinations     next      3-reek"    it   "Mas.  impossibe',-f*$r.. her.   to   .attend    the  funeral. '-���������.-'  Ko ������oo bat _q ���������uffexer know* tbe 4errfM������ agttat-  ������e th������ It���������_> ~m~~~n off "P-JIM* and ban bopeleM.  it B-mma to trj f������-*.?oUet���������_ otatowcta. Injection*  anA tUtatom x  -'  Grains erodooM  ������PAX"  Internal Pile Remedy  Par to the DrMCKlptloxi-of a well "known tiltyileUn  and has pnivad ineeeufnl In hundreds' of, cue*.  Far Jm  Internal  distinct from  tasj other tzeat-  m������nt.    ApDllectLon* from tho -outside acre futile.  No ointment*,   tnje-ctiona or dilators  aro neeea*-  e&ry.   Pax la complate and. is ���������-vegetable remedy.  contains no drusa or .alcohol.  If yoa hara not hitherto found relief do not  despair, placo your faith In Paz.  ���������Except in unmually atubborn caaea one box 1������  uiualtr auffldent.  ���������Get "PikX." from your Druggist or If ho cannot  supply you -lend One Dollar and "PAX.'* will bo  aent you ln a plain packace.  .      CMOVnt O���������XMXO���������G    .  P_ODTIC*rS O* OA_A������A   V  1015 dominion Butlfltpg  VAZ7CO'cnr_'Bv b.c.  The biggest -array 'of "provincial taleri t  t^������ address a political fnefctinR in Os^s-  tou is expected here on Tuesday .night  when Hon. W. J. Bowser leader of  t'ie Conservatives, will address a times  meeting in the Grand Theatre, com.  mencinK-'lat 8 o'clock- prompts Irk  adlil"ion to Col." "Fred Lister it  expected, W.  3~i :~W.   Jones,  SrhoiSeld ..Trail, all menibets-iof the  p; eaent ieRislatni e. will be^ present  and itpeak. *  At a meeting of Christ Church Athletic   Club f on  Tuesday- night   it was  decided to have a one week's stuutner  camp at Coitus  Creek, either  the hist  Wek  in   July  or   the. first   week   in  August and. up to the present about'50  have signed up as wishing  to take the  camping  trip.      The   following   have  been   named    to     handle   the   affair:  Mesdames  Hamilton, Ross and   Bush.  and  Messis,   Moore.   uvmh   and   Ben-  ham.    -Details are now being arranged  und    further   announcement   will   be  made later..  It is  estimated that the  cost per person will not. be more than  $7:50 per head  foi* the  week, and this  Will include  transport a" ion charges as  that no  extra accommodation will be provided  this  year,   but   in'order to get away  front this certainly every room will be  taxed     almost      beyond      regulation  capacity, as    there   is   already   a   for-  ginners'   class   of-  twenty-five   tb   be  taken  care of,   whilst the  number of  promotions from the.-high school   wil!  be far less than this number.     In con  sequence'of   this., enquiries   that   are  alreadv coming   in from points  down  the lake as far as Hart-np and   east to  Yahk for next year high school t������ition  are being informed that   it   iST hardly  possible that higher education   can he  provided other than for a few in" the  higher high~schpol.,.������;lasses.  At Monday;, night's meeting the  trustees decided to call for tenders foi*  kalsoniining*. and painting and varnishing the, in terior woodwork of the  ���������main school building and if the-funds  are voted other necessary improvements will be undertaken.  Arrangements   were   completed fi>r  r    .handling    the    Entrance'    and   High  -[School   examination!*   at' this   point,  K.   Bshng,   R^siand;   which start on Mohday;    Miss Creigh-  Kelowna,   and   J. H.   fcon Wllj have^harge of. the Entrance  pupils from outside; points, and Miss  Wade will supervise, some nineteen  candidates from Creston school that  will be writing on the. saute tests.-  Miss Vickers. locaKvice-principal, will  have charge of those writing on the  high school papers.  The some considerable increase in  school revenues for ,the next year wiii  tie required to provide for necessary  increases in salaries, school renovation,  and the having of the usual, two vear  fuel supply, last 5-ear being the "ofF  year for wood y_ purchasing. " In  addifion the treasurer* will~have no  surpttis to carry forward at the end of  June.  A shipment  opened ou t at  $3.50.  of    kiddy   cars just  Brittle O ttwavs,    at  We have just received a new stock of  __'_f-__fi    ������������        MHMiMJP  UMLtTY  which we can guarantee  Family Paint  for inside or outside  use.  bher-will-lac  Varnish  4"  which ataiina or varnishes at one  operation.  Old Dutch  Enamels  When  Investing  The managers of aU our branches  are in a position to obtain reliable information for those off  our., customers who contemplate  making an investment. The  purchase or sale of Government,  Municipal and the higher grade  Industrial Bonds can be arranged through.any branch, of  this Bank.  ��������� ������  IMPERIAL   BANp^  C. W. ALLAN,  OF CANADA  CRESTON BRANCH,  ]VIoney Bells  THE old way of carrying your mope?  ^STgold in a belt, when ***Z*Mu&  had neither the advantages of satety  nor comfort.    .  OUR Travellers' Cheques are payable only to your order, can tse  -^^Hed orosnptly in small amounts *w  y^ur immediate requirement ana ������������=  Htde space in your pocket Try toena.  674  THE CAJNiMMAN BANK  ,   J^XXmMEME  PAID-UP CAPITAL       - -        $I5.00flLMf  RESERVE ZFUND - --       $15,000,069  CRESTON BRANCH, ���������> & BcmMt^ Manajysr.  ~~~m  Hot Air  . *-" ��������� ���������&-.,.  Steam  .'���������'���������'    and ;    ���������**'���������:  Hot Water  Sheet Metal Work.    A good stock of Pipe  ~~ and Pipe Sittings on hand:"*-  EW. RYCKM AN,--Creston  BuiM Your  Own Home  Get an early start on your house.    Build it during  the early months of Spring auid enjoy it thia Summer.   We always have a complete  stock of good lumber  for you to pick from, and a retail department to  help  you figure just what ifc will cost you.  There never ivas a better time to build.  ������   ������*MHM������*aW*im<  mum*  Utttt tf    H    ****���������������* MM"  ~~~t~~m~m~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~m~^  Cfb Mil All        i   Bill I  lEH^IilCir        laflllillimlBli  J5gJ"H^J|]p wjl * * H P*"*1* B if * W "ir T.* m WlllMUIIj  LtSVItT'ED1 -' v^  Z:-zK I  _e_______.___i_5,. _ ,o,.  Grenfeil of' Labrador  American Paper Pays Fitting Tribute  .-;���������'.' to a Remarkable Man  Dr. WUfred TOi'enfell is one of the  people wlioneeds.no -introduction anywhere and who long ago became famous as a practical pacifist���������that is, as  a messenger of goodwill and lielpCiil-  ness to human beings -whose lot has  not been cast in pleasant places. jVs  everybody knows, he has practically-  dedicated himself to malting life better worth living in regions where nature l'dr the greater part of the year  is in lier sternest and most forbidding  moodi      A mere summary of -what he  a  %% lb tirv  If you  rollyour  -   o\yrv> ,  :: as& for  -mmm  FDBOH ������Q_IT  (Ar������or\ label)  No Reason For Discouragement  There lias been a lot ol." nnv.-Js,o and quite uncalled for ''blue ruin" talk indulged in by some Western -Mombers of Parliament and other *"vVesterii men  diu-ing live  j>a.st  few months.       Such talk, instead of Deing constructive and-  helpi'uL   in   bringing  about   reform  and  improvement,   is  almost   wholly   destructive and  hurt ful, and makes Ik1 lerment the more  difficult of attainment.  Western Canada has suffered from a number ot hard years and adverse  conditions. I hit this is true of the whole world. Furthermore, it was ���������inevitable following the gigantic orgy of destruction in which all civilized nations ������v.j.-:*ig*ed during 2011-irj.1S, and the inflation which took place during  those 'alei'ul war years. Anybody who anticipated anything else was a fool  ���������Wi'io ,cave no heed to all the lessons oC history. - .'._;  This Western country, and other countries the world over, have had  series of bad years from time immemorial, and such periods are always more  s eve fly fell, in a new and only partly developed country than in those -where  conditions ate more settled and therefore more stable. But this is no cause  I'or pesKimtstu and downright discouragement.  There is a"*good deal to be said for the theory ol "Emile Coue.���������'-'"It-is no  new theory; iu fact it is as old as the world. "Let one man begin to talk  pessimism to liis neighbor, and let his neighbor repeat it to a.third, and the  third to a 'fourlb. arid so on; and i������ will not be long before by their of faith  and confidence ihey produce the very conditions which before only* existed  in their imagination. Lacldng confidence themselves, they inoculate others,  and with lark of confidence (bey adopt methods"'whMi soon* operate.to clog  the wheels  ol' industry and progress.  Keversely, let. men adopt the view, and act upon it, that "day by day In  ev*f-r.v''w:'i:.-'-|I:itig.i are golfing better and better" and they will get better.  After all, what lias the West to be blue about? Saskatchewan is Hie  chief grain producing section of Canada. It produces one-half of all the  wheat grown in Canada, and last season Saskatchewan raised the second  h-rgesl wher.Lt crop in its history, as well, as an enormous quantity "of-other  grain-.;. According to a careful ancl conservative estimate by an official of  ih" Saskatchewan Govt rnment who is in the best possible position t������ judge,  t!n> proceeds of tho sale ol" the agricultural crops of Saskatchewan last year  neiied a prol'u  to the farmers of one hundred millions ot dollars. **'  trrunii'd ihat tlie position of Western farmers is not all that Jt. should be  and ihat pf.ople would HUe it to bo, the fact remains, nevertheless, that their  pnsh.hm i-^ a whole lot bettor today than a year ago. Saskatchewan's one  hum! >���������*-.���������<! million.- over the cost of agricultural production has gone in the  i in ���������: i  has accomplished in Labrador - and  Newfoundland constitute-s one of the  noblest epics ol" human self-sacrifice  and hnman achievement. It is a personal privilege and inspiration to meet  a man of such rare and wonderful  character as this, a man who has deliberately pi eked, out for himself one  of the most "difficult and strenuous  tasks of helpfulness to be found any-  Avhere.  and  who  has  stuck'to  it  with  A Good Type of Settlers J  Farmers from Iowa and Nebraska  Have Eyes on Western Canada  (By G> C. Porter of Winnipeg)  Des Moines, Iowa.���������While I believe  the great Southwestern States will  send the larger number of farmers to  Canada this year, Iowa arid Nebraska  will contribute the best type. Those  going north from these, two States  have'more money, better equipment  ancl are superior farmers. Agriculturally, Iowa and Nebraska are "very  similar to Alberta, Saskatchewan ancF  Manitoba. Those now trekking to the  prairie provinces^ are the sons and  grandsons of former Canadians, Scandinavians, and a considerable sprinkling of..Europeans. Tlie pioneer instinct and love of the soil are stronger in them than in the socalled American type from the great Southwest.  In one respect they are similar���������the  : resolution to makea home on the soil  in the Canadian Northwest*,--  T.   V.  Bennett  is  in  charge  of  the  CANCER  Great  .    ������������������y  Success        Of -  Treatment  Cantassium  the  Corract  "Have, you   ever   seen  Mountains, Johnny?"  No!  But I've seen cats kill mice!"  unfailing'7cheerfulness and courage for 1 Nebraska territory for the Dominion  three; decades, with no motive but that Government, and A. E. Pilkie in Iowa,  ol* sheer pity tind love.���������Baltimore' I "was in Omaha with Bennett and in  Sun.  '.      -"���������      "' ^l3     Moines     with Pilkie,       Each is  '   P ��������� __ i most optimistic with their mail bulg  ing Avith inquiries    and'   their    offices  Catskill j crowded  with  men and  women  who  j ar  's Pis  Remove Constipation  Overcome Biliousness  THEY     DO     NOT     GRIPE!  These   Mild   Vegetable-Pills  Are   Easy  to    Take,   and    Do    Not ���������  Sicken  Tnstoful of irri ULthiK ri.ud ''wculwning, as  many Jiar.sh pills tlo. Ur. ll.-iniilton's Pills  prove. :i mild, yob certain corrective Lo an  overburdened' system.  Tsiken at nijvlit., t,Uc-y work while yon  sleep, jmd you feel.' Cuur-next raomiug.  I-J.eadaelie is goue,.-system is cleansed ;uid  toned,   yon   t'<������el   like  a   new  iior.son.  -Vl'ter eleii.iisins' fi-rvd re.icula.ti ilk" your  .sysL1.-t.11 Avitli I>i\, ., 1-TiLtiultoii's l'ills. y������m'll  feet like lie.w Jill over. ���������Llol thorn to-day,  2.">c at. all dcs*iler.s. -.**..  If you are amused by "tongue-  twisters," try this,. recommended "by  the Chicago Tribune: "See shy slow  Sue show sly Sioux snowshoes."  NOTHING TO EQUAL  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  i'.- v.':. \   \\j.i-  Miilin'*;  :<:   1 ;*.--."��������� ���������   v ���������  j.o-  I'll'  11  II'. i-i.n,-   o!  r u.'i*- r ,*i|,  "Mrs. (Icorges "Lefebvre, St.. -Zenon,  Que., writes: "1 do.not think there is  any other medicine to equal Raby's  Own Tabids tor lis fie ones. I have  .used them for my baby and wo.uhl use  nothing else." What Mrs. I^efebvre  says thousands of other mothers say.  They have found by trial that tin; Tablets . always do just what is claimed  for them. The Tablets are a mild  but thorough laxative whioh rHgulate  the bowels and, sweeten the stomach  and thus banisli indigestion, constipation, colds,���������colic, etc. They, tire, sold  by medicine dealers or by mail at 2i"i  cts. a box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Hrockville, Ont.  Western Grain Elevators  Recent olliohil records show that the  municipal  organizations are uow in a. | throe thousand seven hundred JI cons-tod  'i ;,s  '-.;���������*���������'>-  v. ore nol   able io do in several preceding years. [ grain    elevators    in    the provinces ot  dollars  were   paid  by   the  people   as  Individuals  to them- ! Manitoba,  Saskatchewan  and  Alberla*  bods.      'they  win  i he in selves  reap  the  benefit.       Thc   havo  a   total   siorago  capacity of over  ��������� iii-ni.-;  ha.-*-   rimii*   down,   farm   labor   is  not   so   expensive    UMUMiii.OrUi  bushels.       Work  has heen  connneneod on Ihe new elevator ai  the lt;������llanlyne IMor. Vancouver, which  Avill cost approNimalely ?2,000,0i>l) 1o  complete. The new elevator vii I  have ij storage capacity    of    .L,5(mMHM'  da: hut of debts inclined in equipping the farms of the province and over-  v lean  years.       That   money is not going  lo lie idle;  it. will  find  un- furl Iter productive enterprise.      It will all get into circulation.  ���������0;' dollar-* have been paid to municipalities in payment ol* arrears  *.   ihe   result   thai.   Western  e planning to go north this spring.  The day I arrived-in Des Moines, Pilkie was sending to the prairies six  cars of settlers effects andvwas busy-  making out certificates for owners of  ;the stock and farm equipment. Each  car carried an automobile and a small  tractor, and the agent told me his  prospects were much in excess of last  yeaV,' probably twenty per cent.  Bennett was. equally busy and said  more of his prospects were taking  money to buy farms than in other  days,, though the man .with three or  four thousand  dollars  and* equipment  .was in the majority. They will rent  at first or homestead, explained Bennett to me, and later buy land. They  are better types,    Bennett    explained,  ���������than ih other years, good settlers all.  While the, majority of these  Nebraska, and Iowa people are seeking  prairie farm lands, both Pilkie and  Bennett..said they were having- more  than the usual number of inquiries  about British Columbia ranching proposition ancl fruit farms. The Prince  George" district and the Okanagan  Valley'is the objective point of many  of these prospects, these agents explained.  These two states have "enjoyed too  fine crops in succession and the renters have money'now to get a start in  Canada. This has proven a big factor in the movement, "and also this  condition lias given niany farmers  whose land clown here is mortgaged, a  chance to sell out his equity and go  to the Canadian prairies with ten to  twenty thousand dollars. It Is the  experience of the Dominion agents  clown here that the movement* northward is -usually most active In ..those  districts that have harvested "big crops  the previous year.  A weii-known London surgeon a&ti  recognized authority on Cancer has  created world-wide interest in tlie^-dls-v  covery that Cancer is due to a deficiency of potassium "salts" in the  body, which causes the cells to break  down and become 'malignant..  In order  that   everyone may'learn  THE EKAh CAUSE OF GA*NC*EIc -  a remarkable book has. been specially written! -    ���������������. -      * ''...  This book will be sent free to  patients or anyone who' is interested  in the most successful method of  fighting   "THE  CANCEL  SCOURGE."  The following is a list of the chapters:��������� '      '���������"'/��������� " '" -.' ;. -"��������� -t" *.v  .-'���������--'-  1. The "Limitations of Surgery. 2.  Some Doctors Oppose Operation. 3.  What Cancer Is. 4. "Why the BODY-  CELLS BREAK DOWN. 5. Injurious  Cooking Methods. 6. ConamonJErrors  in Diet. 7. Vital Elements of Food.  S. Medical Endorsement of Our  Claims. 9. The Chief Minerals of the  Body. 10. The Thymus Gland. 11.  Age When Lime ^Begins to Accumulate. 12. Potassium Causes Lime Excretion. 13. Great Value of Potassium. 14. Parts of Body Liable to  Cancerl" 15. Parts Which Are Seldom Affected. 16. How A Doctor Can  Help. 17. How to* Avoid Cancer. -18.  "Death-Rate From Cancer. 19. Arterial  Sclerosis and Old Age. * 20r Rheumatism,   Gout   and   Kindred   Complaints.  With this book are a number of in--  tere^tin_ case-reports* proving the  great. value of "Cantassium Treatment" in various cases. The treatment Is simple and inexpensive and  can be easily taken in one's own home.  Apply for free book to Charles Walter,  51 Brunswick Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, Canada^  Garage Definitions  Mechanic.���������A fellow who can.jake  an automobile apart,     e      . J  Wizard.���������One who can put it together again.���������Life.   + ��������� ii ���������& i"  Wheat losses from just' are steadily-  decreasing.  Bill  %tJ> tt 1 #���������%  For IjifaiLts^aiid Children  Use For Over 3 ������Years  Always bears  the  Signature of  ��������� hey   will   1 lie m so Ives  reap  the  benefit.       Thc  emue   down,   farm   labor   is  not   so   expensive  io  more ;n*ii\e in i in igrat ion   fur I her reductions  may  he  ox-  '������������������;<.������������������     :;!>*    ;;:-ain    becoming   aclivo   wiih    more    extensive  oui   [*. ov famines   11 ii* n   lor   many   years   past,   and,  born  ,i*c  pa.-'   lev,- years,  really constructive and  earnest, of-  i>\ ercoiue  lhe dillicnllies  and  solve  the  problems  i'ii'  j*.- - i*'���������������;*,  Vi.!.���������������������������.  t ��������� i.���������       it  Jan.! '*.  hmi   '.���������  t r >   in  .'  ii-.ti :  m  r;>I.h!l7  S U c ; 1   1 ;  (*:ii; -"���������������������������   i  o  .(I;  (*'  r  1 v  ������������������ i 1  .** 111 ��������� 1 'i   V��������� '1 ;-1 i'\n  afj'icul 1 lire.  .;>!."-a 1 ici!.  -ii*.com .ij/imI,   hlui'V       f'onirasl.  Ihe  position  of lhe  .rin  <'anada.   with   life and   fM'opnrly 'secure,  and  enjoying  tlie  measure of :mli ��������� i������lii,i I   liberie,  with   Ihe  people of most   coun-  ' 1  im1*** '        !"-'--���������*   l--t--,-.y"       Ve*--.  !m:}   not   as   heavy   as   in  other i  bushels.  ui'  Wl  .- .11  i h  A   Real   Asthma   Relief.       Or,   .T.   D.  Kellogg's  Asiluna   Kcnuuly  has   never  lxMMi   ndverl ised   hy  e\l ravnganl   stale-  ,, . nienis.       Us   Halms   are   conservaf Ivo  inn   .if   tall*:  1:1  Vv, 1 :*terti  < a inula   when  Us  most   populous province -r in,p.*(Ml.   when   jiitlged   by   tho   ben-elils  r-i- rural iclcpi!one.-  per head oi   popula 1 ion ihan any other coun-j which il  pon'orius.      ICxpecf. will roller  ."hi. where ethii**aiif>n  is tree and availahle  lo all, where  the slun-j i,,Hl   P<'n*i)an**ttL. benetilH when you bliy  .   a.id   li-.im?   is   hi,.!.   v!���������,,   unc, ploy men.    is   decreasing   n.ore,;lhiK    rS1f"0,,*V.  imi1    >'������"   w'������    ������"1   ,|^  , '* cause   lor   disnppoinltnent.       It:   gives  it  mo,*.;,   eonniit..,. him-   wuere  r������|.|.oriunii>   knocKs  al   ihe  door :,���������>,.,���������., nP*n1  relief in nutnv cases where  . 1  1  hoi 11    v. K'Keil  t������o   lr������t;ndii i i"  aiiu  ah.uiMi* ��������� v, ii ked  lu-eaU'.-'o���������il is hones I ;   iibsuril   he  ���������'  Ui-o:; ,v liJ<-!i  1 n re-u .  oth-er so ral led rem od I os have utterly  'alhul  fox*  particular people*  Has a. sparkling clearness arid  a smooth richness, for all the  chaff and  djust   is   removed by  our special process. ������o  Ship   Eggs   to  England  Nine Carloads of Saskatchewan-Eggs  Quickly   Sold   on   London   Market  Nine carload-* of ei'Rs reecnlly shipped to Kn/ihind by Haskulcltewttn ex-  ji(������il������>i'n, were i|iiickly sold on Iho London TiiarScetH, ;tnd luiycrs cxpt'e.s-.setl  ! hcin..H *. .*,-, a.. tt'HI ,Mali,st'K.-������i (V.ll.h I Its.  (piallty and appeara ue*' of (ho eqmdKn-  tiiiMil. II is ihe Ittlenllon of the Suri-  hutehnsvaii shlppei-s <o dovolw]) tills  ni;M'l(<-*t ami eslahllsh a pernument  tradrt wIUi I'hiclaiul for Suslcatchewau  H'.KM.  Mlnard'a Liniment for Diotemp*r  ���������W..IM-.���������I..������������������������������������������������������..II.-.-.-I. in 11 ihimhiiiu ������������������������<������������������*���������..���������, 1���������.11.W���������... 1 *���������>������������������ iwiW ���������mill mmt~~~a~0~~t~00~~~mtt~t~~~���������~t  XV.      N.       IL      1471  UNLESS you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you  are not getting: Aspirin at all  PVcccpt only an "unbroken package" 'of "B-iyer Tablets' of  Aspirin,-1' which contains directions and dose worked out by  physicians during 22 years., and proved safe {by .millions for  Golds Headache Rheumatism  Toothache Neuralgia "Neuritis  Earache Lumbago  .. Pain; Pain  iramly "Bayer" boxes of 12 <ablctn���������Also botllea of 2-L nnd 1Q0���������DrugfftBta.  ~\mr*\r*r, ir* il\x. (.--,������, visili f., ������������������: ,| i i .*,: | ��������� C.uU S:~.1 -I" **"'A7nr *r.f-i rui rn c1 nrn i*f YZZ*'  ������.������tlii������i:lil(satur ut SMlU-vll.-ftel." V\'l.llo ll In wflll known Hint **������lv\*}Z"Zu'_-?**lt������������-l  ���������fianufaciiirn, u* hkkIhI Him ttiiliilo nff.'ilinit. Iiiilt������1ln������a, Ihn TutU-Ma *** Hmytir i~tmt),*~.iir  will   Ij*  ji-jaitipcj   wltu   tUoir  c-oucial  JiaUw  i.iJii-li,.   ti~.   "lf~y.-r  ������.n'e*������.  ���������       tl  Hii  hHMVi * H-*.  t the  review,   Creston,  B.  c:  &  f  Striking ������eveloprnent Of  Xlie Dairying Industry In  ?:i Ine   \Vestern Provinces  The most striking development of  agriculture in the Canadian Prairie  pToyinaes  inyZi.<hnt .pears^ whilst   it"  . may? "aofsl-fev the out-'  Bide -worlds hasundoiihtedly been in.  dairying. Progress exhibited in this  industry has been most encouraging-,  and thi.si7*eS'lensiyevterritory', yFhlqh but  a" few years ago;''"\vas demoting its attention "-exchisively to**;the support, of  cattle ranches and expansive wheat  fields, and in a period as recent as im-  ?!lpaeidiate]^7*prio^7td the|war was -under  the necessity of importing the butter  it consumed, has now a large eSpbrt-.  afale^surphis which, "hhsp already won  for. itself a favorable reputation :,in  many iriarliets.W P-::Z't; '?''  Having regard to the dairying'industry and the national benefits of  more intensive methods of7? farming,  the-last eight* ; ears ihaye-'tyirtualiy  wrought miracles, of^clmhge in these  western provinces. Creameries have  come* to dot the'."'"countryside''.'so" profusely that one is to he found conveniently situated to almost every  farming-community. The car or .'rig*  with its cream tan behind, is a common feature "of the rural, roads which  was exceptional in the past. Sleek  herds of finely bred dairy cattle have  come to supplant the nondescript animal prevalent beJ'oge and break the  monotony of what was previously an  uninterrupted jrrondfony of ploughland  and grain fields. Most keenly of all  has the.western farmer come to feel  the change in a greater sense of as-  suranc and' security which accrues  from'a/steady income.  That the prairie provinces have only  made a commencement on. their i-ise  to a pre-eminent place in the Cana-'  dian ^airy industry is evident from  the fact that, in the year 3922 Saskatchewan increased its output 0������ dairy  butter by .25 per cent, over 1921, Manitoba showed an increase, of 23.5 pet-  Gent., \fhiist Alberta also achieved an  increase of.nearly 20.per cent. The  total value of Alberta's dairy products in 1922 was $22,950,000, of Saskatchewan ..$18,805.216,. and of Manitoba    $12,434,223,    making a total for  the three provinces of $54,1S9,439--  X     . I**."***--*.--'*  *No. less"'remarkable than the growth  of production in this western indus-  "try is the diligent progress made in  creating a product of undoubted excellence. Western Canadian butter  is not only of a high rank in Canada,  but is able to make satisfactory competition in the United States and Europe. Last. year, for instance, 'Albqrta",  butter was shown at eleven exhibitions, coming into competition with  butter from al P. other parts of the Dominion, and out of a total of a possible  380 awards, the province secured 211,  Including 5-1 firsts. Saskatchewan  was the premier province in the previous year, securing the first 13 vo  prizes in Canada for the highest average scores, whilst in the same year  .Manitoba secured the silver medal in  Chicago and the year before took three  Canadian provincial championships  and twenty first prizes,  Among other factors which have  contributed  to the  high  standard  of  WESTERN EDITORS  Western Canada's dairy production  have been fhe unflagging efforts made  to improve dairy herds and the-constant keeping in sight of a high ideal  in this regard. "This, lias resulted in  the development of exceptional herds  of such excellence that though western, dairy history is so young and the  time of evolution brief, western dairy  cattle are already'in demand * in jnanv  countries. Recently a new world's  record in butter production was ?made  at the farm of the Dominion Government at j\gassi*z, : British Cohimbia,  where a cow was- responsible for a  yield of 1,67*3 pounds-of butler, in  365  days.       There  arc large herds On _������he  *   101. ' -       ��������� *.*  prairies  whose average  production is  over nine thousand pounds of milk in  a year. On <lhe Alberta farm of the  Canadian Pacific Railway a record of  24,'5i**0 pounds "of nii Ik was recent ly'  made and the entire herd there i.s  averaging close to 36 pounds per day  during the winter months.  When an exportable'surplus was arrived at, the high quality of the pro- !  duet, naturally facilitated the develop- j  'ment of markets, and today the prov-���������'  inces which were importing butter.  not only for their urban but. their rural ,  populations, are exporting the same j  product in large quantities.' Saskat- j  chewan butler is oniy 30 per e'en't.';  marketed in the'.*province, the reniat:-.'^  der going to Vancouver and eastern j  markets. In. 1922 the experiment oi'. |  shipping direct 16 Great Britain was :  made, and so successful -were the results of the first shipment that before j  the end of the year some thirty cars ]  had been despatched and a permanent !  trade in this-, commodity- is in sight i  for the province. Manitoba, which, i  in 1914, imported 70 carloads of but- j  ter, now exports about 100 carloads j  per year, and has successfully esiab- .  lished its product, on the British-mar- '  ket. The butter product of Alberta jsj  going in considerable quantity to the)  Pacific coast of British Columbia, the  Yukon and as far east .as Montreal."  Plana Being Dev^lopecl For  'Utili^ation Ol Flax Straw  Grown B^v Prairie Farmers  For many years the problem e/how;|te M^ new  Editor and Pro-  Times,     Ramsack,  Surprisecl How Quickly  He Got Relief  *...'. ,.���������������������������-"     ���������*������������������������'  FRANK     PLOUDE     NOW     PRAISES  DODD'S  KIDNEY PJLLS  to utilize the enormous ' wastage of  straw from the western linseed flax oil  crop has been the subject of investigation an'd study. Everj-yeatv for  many years past, over a Million.' tons  of fhis straw, after the seed has been  recovered by threshing, have been  wasted by burning, so. as to leave the  land clean for future agricultural  operations.  Realizing the potential value of this  enormous tonnage of waste material,  the Canadian Pacific Railway made a  close study and careful investigation  of its utilization;- as ifc presented itself, under conditions which' existed,,!  the problem was' a' difficult one.  The straw was known to have a certain value for its fibre, being similar  in this respect, though of inferior  grade, to the straw cultivated for the  production of*;fibre flax. But after  leaving the threshing machine the  fibre value of this linseed flax-'straw  was destroyed, even for 'production"of  commercial tow, owing to the maimer  'market;-  v This is an interesting western commercial development, befitting of mention as an example of the desire'to  utilize waste products. The west has  already realized that- everything must  be used commercially to bring about  satisfactory financial returns, and con-_  tinuovis investigations into markets  arid costs of production that are proceeding along various lines will lead  ultimately to, a greater value being  obtained from western raw materials  than perhaps has hitherto been the  ease. ���������������������������:'��������� *"*r * -"  The keynote to the whole situation,  however, is .sZdenser population, the  creation of "new local markets, all of  which once more points to Canada's  pressing need for a more constructive  and ag^t'essive immigration policy."  Ontario  -man    who  ���������Years found   Reli-;  Suffered    for  f   and    gives  Credit to Dodd's Kidney pflls  Six  the  in.which the straw is broken up in the  threshing operation.      In consequence  HEART PALPITATED  And Was Shert Of Breath  Through    one    cause' or another a  PLAY SAFE  "With cuts and wounds. Pre-  vent poison by applying Mln-  nrd's.      It'cleanses, heats.  W.    N,    U.    1471  Canadian Wheat Board  The period of..operation of the Canadian Wheat Board Act of 1922* has  been extended by brder-in-Council  until the fifteenth of July, 1924: i'he  act expires on August 15 this year.  The act provides, for the app6intment  of a wheat board on- the re-quest of  two or more provinces.  Dean . Lake. Ont.���������(Special).���������Mr.  ���������Frank" Ploude, a weli-know-n resident  here, is always ready to recommend  Dodd's Kidney Pills to all who suffer  from kidney trouble.  -"f have suffered with my Kidneys  for the last six years." Mr. Ploude  states. "The pains at*'times were so  intense, I was unable to"work. 1 saw  your advertisement in the newspaper  a year ago, and decided lo give your  medicine a trial. All/ my pains have  now gone and backaches are a thing  of the past. If any poor sufferers are  troubled -withj kidney disease I would  implore them to take Dodd's Kidney'  Pills. They would J>e surprised how  Quickly they would get--relief."  Dodd's Kidney Pills have become a  family remedy all over the Prjavinbe  of Ontario, because people have tried  them and found them good.  They are'*"���������'���������purely and simply a kidney remedy. They help Rheumatism.  _irmbago,' Diabetes. Dame Back, Heart  Disease and Urinary Troubles, because all of these are either Kidney  Diseases, or are..caused by the Kidneys failing to do"their__v������-ork.  ... x-vsxx^xxx. Marge majoriLy of people are troubled,  oi   this   difficulty,   early investigations . more or less;,with snm* .form' nf s.~-n,.+  were along the  lines'of utilizing the j trouble.  more or less; with some form of heart  waste straw as a pulping materia-r"for  the manufacture of paper. The investigations conducted in this connection were entirely successful, and the  resulting product was an exceptionally high grade of paper suitable for  high-class of writing paper and similar purposes. This* research was  carried to a semi-commercial scale,  but the cost of production of the pulp  was too high for practical operation.  Subsequent investigations have heen  inaugurated by the Honorary Council  for Scientific and Industrial Research  in efforts to produce a pulp from  which a cheap grade of newsprint  could be manufactured. The results  have: not so far been disclosed.  Today the utilization of these vast  f    "Many    people    may    be unaware of  j having   anything "wrong     with     their  I heart til! some little excitement, overwork or   worry starts  it to  palpitate  and    throb,    skip   hea-te, beat fast for  a time and then so slow   as   to   seem  almost    to    stop, then it causes great  anxiety and"alarm.,'  To all such sufferers  MILBURN'S  HEART AND NERVE PILLS  will give prompt and permanent relief. Mrs. Alice Bishop, 15 Hawthorne Av6v, Hamilton, Ont., writes: ���������  "I take pleasure in recommending iHl-  burn's Heart and Nerve Pills to all  persons troubled as I had been.  I   suffered from   palpitation   of   the  heart    and    shortness    of breath;  my  heart    would    skip    beats, and in .".he  j night, at times, 1 would    have   to. sit  It is far better to lalce people as  ���������lliey are than to waste valuable time  in trying-to make them as they should  ;be.  Thinks   Swearing  AH   Right  Yes, providing '-Withe provocation  equals the offence of Jones stepping  on Smith's sore corns. Far better to  use "Putnam's" Painless Corn Extractor, it does lift out. corns in a hurry.  No corn can last if "Putnam's" is applied. Refuse a substitute, 25c everywhere.  7,, Placer Mining at Cariboo  Placer mining.iwitlvmdd<y-n machinery promises to revive much activity  in  old  CaribOo  diggings, iaccording'' to  advices    received    here. '   Both   deep  and bench  mining will  be  carried on  by  British  and  American   syndicates,!  after   prospecting   claims   which   they/  have secured.      Individual prospectors!  will also work over the fields in search |  of uncovered deposits.  ,..:        " , "~ , . "* ' ���������    " 5 up to get my breath.    I could not go  quantities of waste, straw is nearer to j up stairs. -without my'"'  p stairs -without my heart fluttering,  and my nerves were all unstrung, but  since using your famous Pills I have  accomplishment    than    ever    before  Modern   Canadian  invented  and  per  fected   machinery' _as  made   possible I feI' "ke a different person,  .,' Z-'.v---     *.. V      .xi--   i. 1     Price   50c   a  box at   all   dealers   or  the, recovery, of the , linseed  without j malled d3recfc  on receipt-of price   by  Obliging.,.,.  A lady asked to. see blankets. After  the clerk had shown her the blankets  of every description,- she said:  "Thanks; I was just looking for a  friend." "Well, madam," said the  clerk, "if you think your friend is  among those blankets. I'll look  again."  destruction of the straw through a  new form of threshing -machined This  at once removed the" old obstacle to  the utilization or tlie fibre content of  the straw and sets free-Stnd available  an enormous new supply of raw material for the manufacture of the "lower grades of linen products, which is  certain to mean an important industrial development in Western Canada  in the not distant future.  Meantime a successful effort has  been made in Manitoba near Winnipeg  in the use of this* waste flax straw by  the production of an insulating material, which has been proved to be an  efficient noh-conductor of heat and  cold, and Is being used in western  construction work as linings between  the walls and under the roofs, to keep  out the* cold, and appears to have  demonstrated effectively its success in  these relations. It has been used in  public buildings as well as Industrial  plants���������ice- cold storage and others���������  and Is becoming general in its use in  private dwellings.  While this is only a beginning, it  has created a situation more satisfactory for the future marketing oC flax  Btraw, and now its use for tow purposes for upholstering has developed  a desire on the part of Industries south  of the International Boundary to purchase tho straw and a. largo tonnage  contract was entered Into late in the  past year; a tow mill Is to be erected  The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto,  Ont.  p. Lawyer (to applicant for position).  ���������Yes, I need an office boy. Are you  truthful? -..'-  Boy.-���������Yes, sir;   but I ain't truthful  enough to hurt your business.  CUTICURA HEALS  BABY'S BLISTERS  .'Vjhhmhmmmm  Head Covered With Eruptions. Hair*AI I Fell Out.  Got Little Sleep.  4' "When baby was a. week old a  4ine rash broke out on. his forehead  and scalp, which later formed small  blisters. The blisters soon spread  and when he was three months old  his head was covered with sore eruptions. He cried and rubbed his head  and hi3 hair all fell out. He got but  very little sleep.  "'A friend recommended Cuticura  Soap and Ointment. After using  he got relief and in two months he  washealed." (Sign*d) Mrs. Allan R.  Caldwell, ~~~. F. D. 2, Auburn, Me.,  Jan, 13. 1922,  Dally use of Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Talcum helps to prevent  uMn troubles,  Buat.l-tSarhrrca brlftiL AddrfU: "Lrmatu,Xtm*  lit a, Sfld iwra-ol I1..W., M������n������;������il," Sold . very-  ���������mharn. SaapCStf. Ointment"H������������j-)dC>0f. Talcum ������������<-.  "TuLicur* Soap aii*vca without roue.  VTuTcaw <S;ks:c.) Recorder Gfrice.     J.  13, WJHoughby, Editor and propvW  nnd his two sons In forcKromid  or.  r  CD0WM optun  CORN 21SYRUP  makes a crowning sauce  for Blanc Mange and  Baked Apples and  Puddings.  It is a pure and:  wholesome sweet  ��������� whether used  for tabic syrup,  sauce or candy-  ���������making.  See that you ������<f "CTCHim Brand n  rUU CANADA   S-TARCII   CO.   LJMITED  rrSJg:sr''rs.���������nzaJjajaaraL.jp.m>.-l.���������������������������-.: _ - 0��������� .���������.......   EPQMHBIWHWWMIMW^WWWSWBIinwilWHWWMWWiBaaiiwiwHB^MBW wwnmi*j.ihi.^iiwiiii ~uMmm.-~m.1-31~.11~1.-.���������....���������������������������������������������. ......  illiill������������illl-tffillmill-|-"*~- **- ���������=-J *������..������u.j*i. ^   .  ���������- -- ���������...^-���������.tmritit-^m.vt.vttrrtmmmm.i ������miilM������ii-������-i.i-Mimjiiii���������rl I ihif iiTi-rft ibm���������Mmli1������m  miimi fiimmnaifi iniriitniM Min -<^'^''sy.-Ai'Wy.  THE  CRESTON  BBTXBV  The onfej voa$ to permanently overcome Oil Pumping, Poor  Compression and Out-of -Roundf or Scored Cylinders  is to have them re-ground  For this purpose we have installed, together  with other up-to-the minute equipment, a  the  (Mit?  sst and most accurate machine  on the market.  Modern timesaving equipment means 100% Efficiency,  a direct saving in dollars and cents to the automobile  owner, and enables us to render a class of service  that   cannot    be   duplicated   in   this   district.  0m.  Creston Service  Garage  W. B. Martin ia taking his usual  summer vacation at present, and in  his -absence Mr. McLean of Medicine  Hat, Alberta, is in charge of the local  C.P.R. depot.,,.}  Mra. H. Lyne has just been notified  of her appointment as convenor of the  committee- - en immigration by- the  Federated Women's Institutes off  Canada', -which met in annual session  Frederickton, N.B.. last -week.  It. B. Staples got back on Sunday  fronr a business trip to Calgary,  Alberta, where "he was in confexence  with representatives of other fruit  selling - agencies concerning ths  maiketingof-the strawberry crop.  The Methodist Ladies' Aid is having  a strawberry and ice cream social at  the residence of' Mrs. B. B. McLeod,  Victoria Avenue, Friday, June 22nd.  from 3 p.m.- on into the evening. Tea  and other refreshments also served.  .The midsummer Entrance-and High  School examinations open at Creston  school .oil Monday morning. The list  writing on the former will be probably  the largest ever as the local school will  haye about.eighteen candidates alone.  George Mawson and Fred Smith  got back <m Wednesday moaning from  ten days spent in the Bayomie and  Summit Creek arena in quest of bear,  but report these animals very  scarce  in  that   section   this  never even saw one.  season.     They  LIDGATE  BROS.   agents  CHBVKOEiET MOTOR CARS AND  TRUCKS '  FAIRB_NKS-MORSK LIGHTING  P"LANTS& GAS ENGINES  The first electric tlrill to operate in  Creston is now in.. use .* at .Lidgate  Brothers garage, having been installed  at the end of the week. '��������� -, They have  also added tb thelr^already up*������to>da.te  repair plant new cylinder and valve  grinding equipmennt.  * 0~ , . _  Apple selling atTtne station platform  came to an -end on Friday when Mr.  Mawson disposed of the last of the  available . 1922 crop���������Northern Spies  being the, last to be offered. * At present strawberries are, the only fruit  available and not in very much demand  by the travelling public.  Mr. and Mrs. Sid McDonald of  Nelson were Sunday visitors with Mr.  and Mrs. Hayes. Mr. McDonald is  associated \~ii~h Slmer Hall In the  ownership of Nelson's new weekly  paper, the Kootenay Times, which is  steadily gaining in circulation and  popularity in that city.  About a dozen of-our citizens received official invitations on* Monday  from the minister of the interior, for  ihe opening of the Banff-Windermere  high-way at Kootenay Crossing, north  of Invermere, on June 30th. At least  one auto load, if not .two of board of  trade members will likely be amongst  thohe present. -> .  CRESTON  BAKERY  and  TEA ROOM  Ice  Moir and Neilson  Chocolates  Fruits in Season  Bread? Cakes-  Pastries  Local and Personal  All the new June Victor records at  Beattie-Oatway's.  Poultry Fob Sai.e^-40 heavy hens,  $1 each.    F. W. Ash, Creston.  For Sale���������Celery plants $1 per  100.    R. Stewart, Alice Siding.���������-���������  A shipment of kiddy care joist  opened out at Beattle-Oatwayk, at  $3.50.  Mrs. W. B. Embree is spending a  few days this week with friends in  Kelson.  "Wanted���������One horse mower ancl 8-  foothay rake. J. W. Vaness. Alice  Siding.  ���������HOUSEKEEPER���������Will take position In town or country. Apply P.O.  Box 48, Creston.  FotOTEi���������Upper half of set of false  teeth. Owner can have same on calling at Review Office.  Wantod���������Ice cream freezer, not.  less rhan one gallon, must be in good.;  shape.   Enquire Review Office.  SATURDAY and  MONDAY SPECIAL  K.C.  Tomatoes  3 for 50c.  iroawson b Special  Fresh Ground  Coffee  55c. lb.  Brunswick Brand  _%       iB  ^a/tf^ Cr^ ers b cr_ ff^ c_  4 for 25c.  A. Comfort got back on Saturday  from a business yisit at Blairmore-and  other Crow line points.  For Sale���������Lady's bicycle iri~"fS������������d  shape, also two bicycle wheels and  other parts.    Jeff. Knott, Canyon.  Bughjy Fob Sale���������McLaughlin top  buggy, in good shape, .cheap for quick  cash sale. Geo. Cartwright, Erickson..  ��������� ?'L -      ?  Clipper grass scythes to clear at  #1.50. Brush scythes to clear at $1.15.  Scvthe snath8 to clear at $1.35.  Mawson  Bros.  Mrs. Sheriff Doyle of Nelson was a  visitor with Creston friends a few days  this week, the guest of her daughter.  Miss A. Doyle.  For SALK-rRebuilt 1917 Ford road-,  ster, just overhauled, in perfect condition. Will sell reasonable for cash.  Enquire Review  Office. ���������*,.*'  ; Clothes pressing, cleaning and  repairing promptly done at. reasonable  prices. Mrs. M. Cannady in the  Peairs barber shop. Fourth street.  Ouite a few from town are arranging  to attend tbe dance in the Wynndel  schoolhouse on Saturday night, for  which the Norris bakery is supplying  the supper.  The showery weather that still  prevails is keeping down strawberry  fchipmente, the outgo on Wednesday  from all Valley points being hardly  more than 100 crates.  For Sale���������Ten MMrame Langstroth  beehives, complete with frames, bottom boards., etc.; some of them have  foundations. Practically new.  $4 each.   D. S. Timmons.  Fri g  Sinrlce  MlUlnCHo   Priest  AU interested iu tennis uie asked to  attend a meeting at 8 o'clock Monday  evening at the fall fair grounds, which  is beihg held for the purpose of  organizing a public tennis club.  For Sale*, or Trade���������One 7 year  old mare, weighs 1100 pounds, and one  2 year old gelding. Would trade for 1-  hotse democrat or buggy. W. H.  McQueen, (Erickson P.O.) Canyon.  May revenues at the office of Creston provincial police were the lowest of  the year, the total intake being less  than $450, of which amount $390 came  from the issuing of motor licenses.  Major Mallandaine left on Tuesday  for New Westminster, where Jhe is  delegate from Crenton lodge at the  annual communication of the MaHonic  Grand Lodge of British Columbia.  Mt.   and    Mra.   R.   9.   Bevan   and  family were motor visitors to Cats on,  Wash., at the end of the week, spend*  tng a few days with Dick's brother at  that point, and returning yesterday.  A. 0. PieTBon of Staples & Pierson  gaa-agc got & sudden cull to. Tabor,  Alberta, late Wednesday night, hia  mother being aeiiminly ill, and left for  that point by motor on Thursday  morning.  For 8 alb, a  Swap���������-.Lots 12, 18. 14,  Block 28, corner Fourth Street,  | Cronton. Prici% half of assetmed vahu*-]  1 omul!   onnl-i   p������ym������������wt, bwlHfici* tn> unit  purchaser,     Investigate thla-r   Apply  Knview O-fflc**,  Kwfry H������at Jr������ the Grand was tnkon  on Saturday night Ifor the showing of  the Lorna Doone   ttlni,  and   mioth-m  l*rfl������ crowd should bc Sn eyldenee this |  Hulmtlnt) for  "KLndred of tho  E>n������fc.'"  which was on** of  the   most  popular*  I ������ 0*0 .,  IlinnxH tr.   It 4.   ,,-ih ( .  Sold only at  Moro  Klenzo Dental Creme does what  your dentifrice should do. It makes  the teeth clear ���������scrupulously clean;  gives them the white lustrous look  that is the distinguishing mark of  beautiful teeth. And, in doing this,  Klenzo protects the teeth against  decay. -  - A special feature of Klenzo Dental  Creme is the cool, clean feeling it  leaves in the Tnouth. Tbis feeling  means that countless little taste".xferves  have been freed from- the. stale secretions that make the mouth feel hot and  sticky. '-.:���������?j?. ".-���������     '������������������'���������*.-  _Use Klenzo every morning andevery  night��������� and, if possible, after mealffc  Give close attention C&vthe crevices,  around and between.'-the<teeth.**  After brushing the teeth, always rinse  the mouth���������preferably with a diluted  solution of Klenzo "Liquid Antiseptic.  ^ Klenzo,Liquid. Antiseptic is a scientific preparation for the mouth, teeth,  gum's, -^nrqat, nose, skin -ahd" mucous  surfaces, and a valuable, aid in the  treatmentp������ Pyorrhea. Also very .user  ful in'Overcoming bad breath.*  Use Klenzo .Liquid Antiseptic as a  mouth-wash, gargle or spray/ Full  directions on every bottle.  White Teeth, Healthy Gains  and a Clean Mouth  TOOTH  PASTE  3Scm ���������;��������� 2 sizes ���������' 60c  MOUTH WASH  35c. ��������� 2 sizes ��������� 60e  as  SPECIAL SALE of  fc'jjPti B Al BI  UTENSILS  "IDEAL" utensils are made from heavy, pure Aluminum.  Each piece is of highest  quality material' and workmanship.. "Ideal" ware will not crack or break under  intense heat. It is pure Aluminum all through, and absolutely rust-proof.  The manufacturers of "Ideal" Aluminumware arc giving a special price on 24  of their products.    Note the wide range for your selection:  2 Cake Pens  2k-auort Utility Saucepan  2\-quart Tea Kettle  3-quart Handy Bowl  Cup, Saucer and Plate Set  3-Qiiart Mixing Bowl  Pry Pan  3-quart funding Pan  3-Quarf Lipped Saucepan  Tube Cake Pan, loose bottom  4-quart Preserving Kettle  2-auart Casserole  5-quart Utility Kettle, covered  7-cup Tea Pot  4. quart Saucepan, covered  6-Qvart Preserving Kettle  S-auart Colonial Tea Kettle  12-quart Dishpan  fi-fluart Potato Pot  10-quart Baity or Water Pail  11-inch Roaster  21-quart Double Boiler  8-cup Colonial Percolator  Set Saucepans, three sixes  10* 12 and 14-quart "Ideal" Preserving Kettles at greatly reduced prices  GUARANTEES������ far TWENTY-FIVE YEARS.  Made in Canada  Dry Goods  Fuijiitura  sssa


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