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Creston Review Jan 25, 1924

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 iSllillllliltf  18������f:fi9  ^i^.4*<aS2i!^xi  :S^~&������lS&SPf&MSM^s.  msm  i$mkn  S^gfeesii  ^SSIESSSS  s^SJiss  KSgf������  tpifi  psssg  i-....l'v-./;--.--.''.---'^^c,=t;-s-,'-.-.-v.'.. -,.<'-  F-f^'j--^--'----J- :r".-^U--- -f-r-"-'  -riee-i  />  ���������"^P  ^'  Vol. XV.  CBESTON,  T*  iSM  FKI^AY, JA>IUAiiY ^5,  1924  RA  Rodgers* Planing  Plant Operating  m  ass automatic feed, pipe direct into the  fire box Under the boiler, largely obviating the need of employing a fireman. The extent of the boiler capacity.1  -will bv gleaned from the fact that 50G8  fire brick as   well _ aav SfttoOO  eommss  payroll   Sowb   wasi    _-. . . <    -    .   .."-  pFh wwl cr-nine 1    Th������ engine room is off similar  eon*  " ������������������^L; :^ ! struction with a jdse over all of 24 x 30  1924 Fall'"^ir  Officeirt Elected  A vera- sA,i.iR?s.s&nr9 start toward  making Creator a payroll town was  inaugurated   on  when operations were commemsea. to  tfee'planer section of the Chas. O.  Bodgers bos - factory and planing  mills* which bee been* erected on the  Redgers* siding leading into th^tbwBB  yard, of fhe Canyon City Luuauef  Company, Limited.   -  a*, the present. |.4ime with only tbe  planers running- and- the erection of  otiser maehi&ery ssEaer w-ay, acou*-  fifteen men are -employed   in   the fac-  fr4*v������.u  And -vro-vtff    o    vrf-av.fr     Ii.nw3n������������     &r*     llfls.  sonde due to delivery being demauasd  of five cars of finished! lumber which  were on order froan Stew ITork state  customers. Insofar as it can be  arranged the plant will be run to give  steady employment to all employees,  the box factory- being operated when  there is a falling off in the lumber demand.  A look over the plant and yard eon-  vijucca unit   SS.T.  ������iOug;"s's ������������������-   =������*** ������"=������  the   whole    works   with   a   view   to  efficient handling of both the raw and  '' finished  "product.     At  about 40,000 feet of  awo   lumber   isf  coming in  daily  from   the  Rodgeis  portable  ssitli  at_ the' Helme  ranch.  which is negotiating  a daily  cut  o:  15���������������O0 feet* and the. balance is coming  from the Crawford & Henderson mill  at Arrow'Creek, which   has "sold   its  mixed lumber   output  of   white  and  yellow-pine, fir, larch and cedar to the  Kodgers factory* and " a start "has been  made at  bringing  &   million   a������d   a  quarter feet that is in lihe.yards of the  Canyon City Lumber Company j, ���������������&&.,  at Canyon   City. _ And9   speaking   of  lascsling T"S!Hi55ids,tlsat Mr.  SEodgers es?  feet. An Erie engine of 229 h.p,  capacity is used to, drive tbe planer  and box machinery, and in addition  thert is an 18 hup. engine which is used  exclusively to- operate the electrie  light plant which has a capacity of 350  SQtwat&lampss with which ihe factory  is sighted throughout.    -  j  in addition to- electrically lichtlns?  the plant, the light is being- extended  to tbe office and' residence, and fox*  Saturday night's picture show it - is  expected the picture machine will also j  be ran from the box factory electrie  plant. Aa there will be a considerable  surplus of "juice** at. is more than* likely electric light will he offered the  business section of the town to he installed In plenty of time for using nest  The planer in use is a Yates 91, and  has a capacity of 240 feet per minute.  Tbe re-saw and rip saw, -mulch arezstst  yet - erected,    have   low   per. minute  A majority of the 1923 directors and  aepinklingof las6:j^sarTs exhibitors  were out for-the ^annual meeting of  Oreston Valley Aia^ouitural .Association which, in the \unavoidable ab-  seaee of President Ms^or Mallandaine.  who was on the sfck^t, ai^d secretary  Victor S^awson, was^taken charge of  witb O. G. Bpnnett feting  as  aecre-  After the ibinntcs^Qf the last annual  K4.n<c;������csa kbbIc    aa������a<ut  W>������������ia    'mm-%fmW\M  j the presidents address   was read by  the secretary. - The address dealt with  all the essentiffil features of the associ  ation'jjfeffort the past  year,   recalling  that although dttring%the months pi*e-  ceding the exhibftiod It appeared very  doubtful that a fair,could be successfully staged, yet  the  exhibition   had  been put on in creditable fashion and  had closed its books -with all the direct  expenses met and a surplus of $S5- was  shown.   While the ^number of entries  | showed a marked falling off, in other  dl?ec^OSis iiilB sai?   S3n    So    SSuCa    Sp=  predated as any   of its- predecessors,  Monday for the annual entertainment  which will probably take the form of a  whist apd dance, -with a raffle on the  side.  While the fair was able   to .nay   in  imr mi   ufeutMbusB  lucurixu  in   wuuw  tion with 1023 operations tbe surplus  earnings are not sufficient to .meet ass  interest charge'of. $150- which became  due at the end of xfovekuuer* The  finance committee'were authorised, to  secure a loan of ^109 to make the pay-'  ment, and ������t is hoped- thatr"the,intake  at, the Easter Monday function will be  susacienc to retire the short term ton.ni  that has been negotiated.  Before adjournment' the usual votes  of thanks were extended  the retiring  ������������iiMnt$. *t,n������g   ssc!*stHrys   the   bwiyes*  **~ the staging of  ,nMnn       nggdle-  s������ork .and Rower sections, as well to  others who had devoted it me to actang  as cashiers^  Tbe pi evident and  VBTg s-iit-horised to strike'the standing  committees for 1924, and a meeting of  the full board of directors will be held,  within a month to complete organization. The prise list will have {guite &  thorough overhauling and will most  likely   be  considerably- extended  ������~a&~E!&ei~S *Cr&&*?fir<  Short Courses  ��������� ���������     ***f  the   present,! ^P^-ci^y, the latter being the only bit | ������hespecial outdoor attractions provid-  of machinery oat of the old Canyon 1  For  mtiithat is being utilized. For tbe  box factory the automatic- eubofi, with  a speed off 70 to the minute, is already  here, as well aa the tieibg machine.  . For the pree*ot, atjjiy rate, tbe  plant will"cater to the dressed lumber  tiade. Insofar 'as supply will .warrant  Mr. l&odgeis -intends to retain . the  splendid selling connection he bad  with Canyon City isumher Ooinpasy,  and after a careful survey of possible  luuuvm1 Supp-������^5 ������c mS CGuuuctiv vucSv i3  eijvtertain  the    crow*'������  i|i^ns  pleoty S������if ������a.w-.Kuatersa������ pr  IaM<a tokeep tfiie present plant busy for  ttmateat|?atthepre&eAt^pel3^P%9^^\v^^7S^^j^:,C - -'i^r^, ^   -_   ��������� -r_  sl^gbii^-|me^flr-tt7Ew^-lEh^  splendidly. ~ -' \:  Although the 1923. fair was   spread  over an extra day and certainly on tbe  closing day  the. turnout  seemed   to  break all previous records, the treasurer's statement shows that the gate receipts last year were almost. $������&  less  than the year previous.      The   falling  off in entries of at least  35  per  cent,  brsotigut witu ������t very   tlttte- feuuctiou  m the amount of prize money paid the  . figures For  the   fe^o: years   beirig   as  c of ths ladtea' sections., xne dir- ���������  ecturs are open to receive donations of  cups or other trophies* Three of the  silver emblensB have now been won  three times in succession and have become the 'permanent property of the  19** winners.  The University of British Columbia  at Vancouver is again offering winter  short courses for farmers, their wives,  ssssasd' ^mugaiers:. These courses  renewed Xesat year were well attended  and thegF are; being offered for tbe  second .fiacoe ire an enlarged and Improved form. .1 '   -,  ^f^lvia Mnnvoa *mlwrAmL    Kw     +%%.&   & m*WM%v*ef\sm^T  and-Animal Husbandry division under  the direction of Professors P. A. Bov-  ing and   EL Sli JSing  commences  on  Jaiuoary 23th atiu eositinues for three  weeks.   During this time lectures of a  very practical   nature   will   be  s������t?ss  during the'mornings  and  the  afternoons will be devoted to -work in the  laboratories in regard to soils, crops,  vice-president j fertilizers, breeds of live stock, diseases of  live   stock.,  judging   etc.   The  staffs "of the    departments   will   be  assisted    by   some outside speakeie  dxawn^from tbe Department of Agri-  cutfctirs and* the Sxperi mental Farms,  the  object   b?lng   to   give .the   best  in | course that can be put on.  1'  Frank Martin was a business visitor  ivt.WelsnTa r cotinle of days  oftheweeEi   -  ������>aevxsx-  Jfanuary" 16tb  and Mrs. Je'hn.BarS-acloiigha dauglite?. I ������^P  ~  In addition to the -eo-ot^ o*Jt-iitied in  Agronomy, the results obtained from  experimental crop production' -will be  very  carefully   studied and an   sSdrt  nsado to'show the best strains and varieties for British Colombia conditions.  The Department of Animal Husbandry  carries a  number  of breads - of  li^e  stock including, Ayrshire and Jersey  dairy cattle, Hereford and Shorthorn  beef cattle, Clydesdale hordes, Berkshire,   Yorkshire  and   Duroc' Jersey  at the end I swtnev Oxford, Shropshire and Soeta-  ^downeheep.   In addition tostadying  the types  on   the   UuWersity  farm,  Ijw berds and fiooks are being nsed  Messrs. Alderson ^ind  Dowses were  haul per day than j������ possible on wb>e3������..  The lu^nber that- is tc go Into1 lbs-  planer immediately is unloaded right  alongside the'machine and ean be fed  direct from, the'-pile.   Cnndng  froni  after.  Tbe plant has every  sHsni-Mnmnf being able to ttirs out a  superior ������ox at at price that can meet  any cossspstitiiss and witb- ������=. KfeeadlSy  increaBtng^lemarid locally  -a* .well as  The election of ^4������E^jtord resulted in  fe!^^5^^^-^PS?^ ^vi   ������aV������adine   *, ^^oflatoa  ^m^aaia  to handle Mfia-&ew*'&rigXBXiaaKmiJ*&^^ "-c^iata*;  ~ - efiectis "froni^Jpto������mer������������;W^^feS^-?5^sr:a!&  for tbSis purpose.   A special steady has  weagrfaaged for������  of Sodder erope,  -toft   1b3^ _ on  Moon.   "Wynodeh  3Srickson:    Hilton  the planer the finished product is only j increasing fruit output  at? Kootenay  handled three men to get it into she  eW ready for shipment: For the  handling of considerable rough lumber  that will have to be shipped in plans  are made to put in "a, soi ting chain onto which tbe lumber will be loaded  direct and by aii endless chain of about  IOC feeSu will be -carried a song into-the i  yard,. teeSBjj.graded and piled En its  respective lengths and grades from  the sorting chain as It le carried along  into-fthe yard.  The boiler room of the plant is tis  near fireproof au St is possible to build.  It is 10 x 86 fleet and of concrete construction. There Is a shaving bin 10  x 24 feet which takes care of the sur-  pluBebavingrt from the planer, the  greater  part off which ������re carried by'  Osty; Cos. FsJed lAiter-; M,P-P.  T*J        A Hon.  L&Ke points box ruAking ss stiTe t.o  make the new manufactory a hive of  industry for at least three montns m  year, even with a dtily capacftVy of  approximately 4000 boxes.  With the commencement   of  operations Is reveuled the fact that Cre������ton  affords a good- opening for an old time  boarding bouse to B^*e   sleeping   end!  al-|  Lewis   Ottiejohn*.  Ycvsngs    Canyon  jLiSsteri^  .   *iii&iST, O/Q. -Bennett,, R.   8?  van,   C.   R Mayes,   Geo. Johnson,  Slajor^Mallandaine, C. O. BodgersC  BjfQfg the close of annual ss&eetin"  proceedings -there   was   an   informal  discussion as to the dates for the 1924  fair, and the prevailing opinion seemed  to favor   Cctober   1st,   2nd   and   3rd.  All,were agreed that three days were  desirable, and the ladies present were  ouite unanimous that a-Monday opening was uuoBt inopportune,  eating accommodation to the men al-l     Following the general meeting the  ready employed.   Some trouble is al    directors had the usual organization  ready experienced vn  this connection  Preston on"SSonday.        .-      -_-    - -  Mrs.-Ash is leaving Thursday for^P*?****������0  Cranbrook. hospital where sh^wni-be  unf~o*-"Che care of I5tv-Cfjb&e"a ^again,  and alt are hoping for her early returfe  on the road to her oidtime <t>od health:  _ .^ Jw0^ialop;.^ ___. ^ _ ^__^_  ^k^^nd- silo coQ&ts^e^ion.  Jnat the thing fo-r tliese wintry  I   dsiyB, aatiafying the appetite ���������  abd very aeonomioal to make  - when you use  OGiLViE'S Beat  Standard OATMEAL at ft JO  per M-ib. sack.   .  and-every possible effort should be  made to make sure that the workers  are comfortably taken cure of with  meals available that will enable them  to'get to work on time morning and  noon time. 7     !  Starting at a time when the town is  feeling the effects of the readjustment  of the fruit industry the box faotory  payroll will help much^ in increasing  idl Hne8 0f mercaritiVe trade and, indirectly, Ht any rate, benefit mast  eve* yone in town. 'This is ������. good  start for 1924, and gives Ca-eston uih  industi y everyone can boost for end  should have all the local -business in  thJa Unc that Creston Valley has to  give.  session at which C ������.' Hayes was the  ununimous choice "for president, and  ���������Geo. Johnson named vice-president.  The vice-president, along with Messrs.  The Social Club had a fine turnout  for, tbe said January meeting ������fc the  Todd ranch on the 18th. With the  exception of a couple of songs tho evening' was entirely devoted to dancing,  with Hector Stewart/supplying the  music with the accordeon, and the  ladies serving the Usual excellent midnight lunch.  All points in the Valley were represented here on the 10th for the sale of  ra*nch effects, by H. P.^ Wood. Good  prices  were    realized   on   seasonable  As-&dteu In the advertising coiamniv  5-he course Ss opso to ssyose rsgard-.  less of their previous education. There  are no examinations and students  1 -assy register whess *i������ey i?������������Rb -Vancouver. The University provides  transportation for students daily from  the city to University Farm. The  Registrar of the University will supply  forms and any information.  Allan and Bennett will constitute the ������w������*eles.  finance committee and they have ap-      Tie making in this   section^ is   very  propriated    the   evening  of    Easter  BRAND THEATRE  Saturday, JMt  For Breakfast try  ..- w  ie*n Wheat Granules  $1.00 for 24-lb. svefe'  Everyone who has tried it alway  come back for mora of  Ogilvte'a Whole Wheat  Flour, SSc. tfm 24 Jo suck  '    'mt  ���������   B���������fiiiof&OB6���������!}mr*  A very enjoyaible- dance was held In  Hunt's hall, "glyeu' by some of the  young men of the town* Musie was  furnished by a Oriimbrook orchestra,  and quite a few were here from Can-  yon City for the evening.  H, A. McKowan of Cvanbrook mu.a  a visitor here over the week-end.  Mr. Woodman, -one of tho partners  $n the Oran brook Bauh '���������&  Duor t/uim  pany, reelved/word by phone o������ 81*11-  day morning of the death Kf hiatjoo^,  Gordon, who  paHMftd   mw������y.  ahti^it   0  o*clock that morning.     The dstuTlad  W4Mi seventeen yeura of  ago,   having  ^usfc completed Itlgh^sobeol. tralriing-,  Ho was a most likable   boy  and   well  known to Kitchener people us he was  here 11 great deal with  hla father dur������  Sntr tho liolltlayg.    Deepest sytnpdthy  I In extended Mr. WoodmAO anci family  ' in their very mifi bereavwrwent..  THOS.H. INCE  presents s  SCARS Of  brisk this winter* and certainly the  finest kind of hauling prevails to get  the ties to Creston for ehipping. Jas.  Compton has a crew of four men at  work, and there are some other one-  man outfits also busy making.  V&3?BdS9tf&$  Dmma that will clutch $Xmr  amotions with finger*  ,    of ateei.  A brotherhood of hate���������a girl  put to a great teat of devotion  ���������ra raging fdremt fire-���������d. lyneli*  ing mob. TlirUlo nnd breathless auBpeiiHo that will run an  ioy linger up your spine.  REGULAR PRICES  Biiith���������To Mr. and Mrs. EliaetJrl,  on January 20th,,at tbe Home Hospital, ������J������laon��������� a son.,-  Sum Moon has just lost. another  horse, which was killed by a passing  train last week. A team of horses,,  the property of R. Eakin, were also  killed the same week.  Some of the enthusiasts upon t Saturday afternoon skating on the channel, which the boyu had h-teii busy  elearinp; during the week.  Miss Florence Woods and Miss  Audrey Craigle of Oreaton were visit*  ore here for the dance on Saturday.  Honrau Wig*?*'* SmawImh ^uX. bis  winter  camp  In   order,   commenced  opcratlone tbt& treefc. Bf������r.sw5. M,  Hapten and D. ButtorHeld joined tbe  outfit on Wednesday.  Tuesday night the bunch again  gathered together for a ������urpri������e party  on the teachers. This affair was held  at the home' of Mrs. Joy, and a very  good time was had by all.  jLitMt ������m*������.m4-J������.y*a   Max*   tlrccn  dsssc?  ww ^ulte a jolly affair.     Th������  crowd  turned out in full force,'and par ties  from Creston and Sirdar helped to fill  the Scor. The array of hard "tames  costumes was poor7~and the prices  were taken by Miss ButtsrSeSd and  Mannie LcBarge.  inter ICourse  'in-.  Agronomy atid  Animai Huasb^iidry  at tlie  University off  Fawitifth fLloliiiiahia  January 28th to Februaiy 16th  A B>rtM>tJ?������al tbr������*������ weeka'  study of  Soils,   Cropo    and    Fertilizera.  Breeds,    Feeds.    Tlisoiusoa,    and  Live Btook Management.  Ho eotaminatio/aa.  required for entrance.  IlcKtatratsoti may be ma^e on .  arrival.  For full information nnd registration forfutt, address: - -  *  Thm REGISTRAR  TJnivereitv of British Columbia  VANCOUVER  B.CL  bs^#^#-fe#^s?^  mmmmj  mm. THE    REVIEW,    CRESTON,    B.    C.  Si  them being the fact that he did not j  tell her -what a perfectly beastly country Canada is. The two babies she  sometimes adores and sometimes neglects and her house is never tidy.  What will become of them I do not  know, for Jack' is as undisciplined as  she. They do their quarrelling Sn  public whenever it is necessary,' and I  long to treat them as I could treat the  twins if they ever behaved so badly.  Gwen Is not well-bred, and she has an  amazing vocabulary Cor one oi her  years.  "Well, then, why didn't you marry a  tame old cow like Jean Mowbray.?"  she screamed at her husband one day.  "You and your Canadian women make  me sick';' I wish there had never been  a war!"  "So do I!" growled Jack, and he  went out and slammed the door behind  him.    -  Whereupon Gwen threw herself on  me and broke into uncontrolled weeping in .sshich her babies joined, while  Rupert*1" and -Nicolas gazed at her in  wide-eyed consternation. When her  rage had spent itself and she:was cry*  ing more" quietly she began to talk,  and to my amazement the burden of  her complaint was that Jack wouldn't  come back, he had s������ t that if. ever  she drove him out again it would be  the last she would ever see of him!  "You Canadians are a bit queer in  some ways," she sobbed, "but Jack is  the first man I ever met who treated  me as if I'd been a lady."  In spite of the seriousness of the  situation I had an insane desire to  laugh. Instead I cast aside all ('reserve and talked to the girl with absolutely brutal frankness.  out story after story in his  French-English"--with its' Indian cadence ��������� stories of origin as mixed  as - his language, Indian, animal  myths, French-Canadian folk-lore, and  -"tall" stories of -the prowess and adventures of ^he plainsmen of a hundre d  years ago.j f|lt is no wonder that the  woods .around L-us ,-_were enchanted  ground to~ the children in that first  winter. . _ Thanks to Narcisse the rabbit .and the whiskey-jack and the occasionally-seen blue jay each had its  own personality and its own history.  And tho Loup-garou was never mentioned. "I will not allow that Nar-  cisse should fright' the" little ones."  Mrs. Gagnon said to me in confidence.  Straight Talk On  . 11 *-������*���������������  Man^rji __y|   L������U!������i?S    I  Let yoar" cold gain headway, ana  you can't- keep it  from running  into  Catarrh.  Catarrh never ' stays in the same  place���������it travels .down into the lungs���������  then it's Consumption.  Drive colds and Catarrh right out of  your system while you have the  chance.  Easily done by -Inhaling CATARRt  KOZONE, which instantly reaches the  true   source  of the  trouble and  getB  As a rule-the children and I had to '��������� right where the living germ of Catarrh  go for our walks without Murray, and j Is working.. . -7'  the pleasantest afternoons of all were CATARRHOZONE! Is full of healing  those, on which he accompanied us. balsams and essences, and Is able to  When "Daddy was In charge of the ex- patch up the sore spots and. remove  pedition we carried sandwiches and a i t]iat tender, sensitive feeling from the  bottle cf coeca "with us, and when we i uose and throat.  came to a convenient"*soot we"lit" a I Hawking and spitting cease^because  fire and had our lunch seated on fall-! th& discharge is,stopped.    7ihe nos-  eh trees around it.  (To becontinued)  Singiiia Piays '  Street singers are gleaning a golden harvest dn Londonjust how. A  young Manchester man; fined in court,  went into the streets, sang stud earned  enough to pay his fine. ��������� Many are refusing OfferS of -8 pounds a week in  orchestras to - sin<r -in the ���������������nttsrs and  e'-ti o + fvVt   + t������ o '���������' r 1 o q co������W,  Siiiiiaug.  VMTS ana Bruises uisappear.���������When  EMIMO  ~.BY ���������     '  ELINOE MARSDEN ELIOT  Author of "Mr Canada," and Other  S fcories  Published  by  Special Arrangement  with tho Author  (Continued)  I have known the Mowbray's now  for'several months, and I am. still filled with amazement at Mrs. Mowbray's  remarkable gift for absorbing miscellaneous information. On the staff of  a newspaper she would' have been invaluable, .except that she never-repeated-anything scandalous or sensational  or unkind. The first afternoon she  gavej|Qe a short sketch of her family  histoid and a working outline of the  temperament and circumstances of  everyone for miles around, all in the  the early days, and it makes my heart  ���������ache sometimes now Wfeen I see the  women around 'here -slaving-- and fretting and doing without tlie things they  need for theme-elves and their children. I've been through it all. But  It's the way of the world, I guess, and  it has turned out a pretty .fair sample  of men and women. It makes me  tired to hear people gushing about the  poor foreign women, and begging for  nurses and doctors for them���������a lot the  women -that: made this country knew  about nurses and doctors! I nursed  my own children whenever they were  sick and so did all the other mothers,  and we didn't have even a thermometer. And back a generation it was  harder still. In a case of sore need  I could get tho doctor out from Stonewall, though sometimes he had to wait  for his pay ixntll the grain was sold,  bless hire, but my mother raised nine  children, and never a person with her,  but an.old j^dian woman."  As the autumn advanced others of  my neighbors followed Mrs. Mow-  foraj-'s esampEe, the completion of the  season's work leaving them with bothr  time anc(inclination for sociability. All  jvere bind and friendly and there was  lightest    and    most    matter-of-course  manner  possible.      It made   me  feel | bttle evidence of that envy and jeal-  rather uneasy, hut when I knew her!  better I realized the truthfulness of'  Jim Cameron's description of her. j  "Mrs. Mowbray will go away and\  toll people how old you are, and every j  last thing you have ia your house and i  its probable cosh/' he said. "But if ;  .she suspects that, you quarrel with-'  your husband or don^t feed your chil- j  dren properly wild horses wouldn't  draw it out of her." ������  The   Mownrays,   so   I   learned,   had  conic from the Stonewall district some :  four or five years ago.      Mr. and Mrs. '  Mowbray    had    gone,    to Stonewall a  newly-married   couple   and   had   been;  fairly  prosperous,   though   I bey never  became    as    wealthy as did some of  their neighbors.      Then as their three  sons began to grow up the father and  mother decided that hy selling:.out and  using their capital in. a newer district  they could do bet:..-r for their- family,  no   they   left   their   comfortable-, home  and came out bV-re  while 1he  dtstriet.  was praer.icK.lly p. wild era.-Br,, j  "This is twice I've j>ione^re������.I," Mrs. '  Mowbray  fold   m*-.  "but   it   has been ;  wort3s while.      ������'Jf course I nsl.-as Home  oi ihp ibiKigji we Imd at home, but.,ve .  .-tre wry  c-OTnfori,"ih>3<- ^er<%  ,;n  I  don't  rekj-ri't   'i|ir>   mn-'i-.       Faih^.-     an it     thei  hoy3   have   a j-ociinn ���������of lini-   land   between them ;rll, aTjd if  glv ���������������-:->   ihe bt>j-h  ;i eha.uei-.      Some of our oli-i nelichbers  wto   ern/y    id   s������'-n   out,  lay   on   the  old placet  wlt.Ei one -of the 1ko>-. and  h-i, l.L-e nih������-r  two make their .own woy,      .Hut F nald  no,   fliey   a.'i'   Mood   lnos.   all   ihroe   of  iherji, i\.tt������'i  when-   I ii*-3   go  ilu-lk-   lather  and   mother   arid   ^iwtcr   wit?   ro   with  them.       It.   would   hr������aii    Joy   Ijkh'1   lo  h������m- ii. .-'t>i������ of inire-  li,\ani^ a/.  il<msi'  poor  i ,'a iii'-rr������n   11 ri ,\ s   dr>���������   vvlih   m-M-r   a    ������r<j-  iiinti  In do .i, luiitd'j-i 3 urn   for t.hi-iii,  "I'll noi. mh > Oihi J v-iti n.i������i' peel i j.  Vif>������Iie.s[ek :i- flr.-t," Mi'-1. \ilou-|ir:'.y :������d-  luill'-d, "liui Ii tllv; ll llti'- Ui.--)������v imid we  are eei'ialnly deini; u'-ll. of eonrae  n-i! .-,rdd <jU1- old j������hii<'.es for a }*-.i'-3 price  arid li-.i. a<ii.d' '������������������. fii.di r ������,o n,i ,o .j.i > e  thiURs f������oui'iM'tnl>3������' h'-re i La-n H wu  had Jusl het-n ;a;*rilni.r out. ^.-. s������i mnsr������y  of tin- peoidf ln-r������" ui'-'. r;������iln-t.- amJ S  ba������t our .-iui'i    oi   ihai   at   ritorn v-ull  in  ousy that is supposed to be so prevalent in a small community, especially  in one where the men greatly outnumber the women. Kipling, in his most  cynical mood, could not have found-  material for one of his wickedly clever stories, of how wonaeu hate each  other. "Possibly wo took out our  feminine cattishness in manual labor.  I do not mean to. say that I liked all  my neighbors equally, but we all had  eertain things In common, and six women in a radius of ten miles are bound  to be almost as much dependent on  each other .as if they were on a desert'  Island.  she has come tome with all her woes \ suffering from cuts, scratches, bruises,  -���������Jack came back the   next   day,   of'  course,  but  human  nature 'does   not  change    over    night���������and  Murray is  highly amused  at what hs  calls my  role of grandomther.      I cannot help  feeling sorry for them both, and being,  I suppose, of an . optimistic nature, I  hope that they will    come " to    their  sens 63 before it is too  late.      They  are,   I  am   convinced,   really  fond  of  each other, and I doubt if thgy would  be happy apart.  After the unromantic Fenwlcks and  the too rbihantic Severns it is a relief  to turn to Mrs. Gagnon���������Madame Gagnon, I suppose I should say, for she is  the model French-Canadian wife and  mother. In the winter, when the  creek is frozen, she Is my nearest  neighbor, and the children _and I are  always glad of an excuse to follow the  path that leads to the scrupulously  neat and much overcrowded house  where Mme. Gagnon reigns, a benevolent despot, over Bapiiste; Sr., Baptists, Jr., Gabrielle, Rose-Marie, Hel-  ene, Paul, Joseph, the baby yictorine,  and old Narcisse Pambrun, the half-  breed man-of-aii-work. The girls are  all pretty and" shy and efficient, and  the boys, sturdy little chaps, amusing  copses of the voluble and prosperous  ..Baptiste Sr....  ,-7- ^::[   '��������� 7, '.��������� "' ��������� i .��������� ������������������  tril.s are cleared, headache is. relieved,  ^breath Is purified. Every "trace of  'Catarrh, bronchial-and throat weakness is permanently removedi .  Get CATARRHOZONE today;  months' treatment. $1.00; small size  50c. Sold by all druggists, or by mail  from The Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.  Immigration Increasing   '     7  More" than  double   the' number of  immigrants    came ' to7 Canada during  the pait six monthsV as compared wit-K  tlxe similar period a, yearago.    'The  figures, according to the .iDepartinent"  of immigration, show 94,333 peojpie of  sprains, sore throat or. chest and any   all nationalities to have entered Cslu-  similar^liment, use> Dr  Thomas' Ec-1 h^ during the six moiths, ApriiiSep-  lectric Oil.     Its healing power is well- L      i-       Jaon      7.-.     i'v'--"--  ���������    ���������?        '  known in every sectlbn^bf the com-   tGiabe.r'  1923, while the number was  munity.      A bottle of Dr. Thomas* Ec- j 46,331, for the same   period   in   1922.  lectric Oil  should he in every -medfc j British  lmmigrafion   during  the  past  cina 'ohest.ready for the emergencies   six months amounted to 51.961, United  that may always be anticipated. d+���������*���������^ ,n������re-  --���������'.-.'.- ��������� 53l.as.-33- XO,\JO������.  . j        >���������"'   '-"���������<���������---' ���������-������������������������������������������������������-������������������- :   ������������������   .���������':      -..-.- -      ���������������������������    -   -  Each in  His Own Tongue j "������������������~~ ���������'������������������'"���������"-������������������������������������������������������-������������������������������������ '-���������  --��������� -���������-  The correspondent of a large busi-1  ness concern had >eeti invited out"1:o  dinner by a friend. At the table the  host asked him to say grace. It was  a hew experience, but he was hot to  be found wanting.  "Dear Lord," he began, *' we thank  Thee for all - Thy favors ef recent  date. Permit us to express our heartfelt gratitude. We trust that we may  continue to merit your confidence  and that we shall -receive many more  blessings from You in the future.  Amen."'  Dlstsn3p���������-fInSu������nsa,Sh3pping'Eevta3  Coughs and Colds. Cheapest and  surest means of escaping these dis^  eases. Occasional doses work wonders. Give "SPOrtN'S" for Dog  Distemper. Used for thirty years.  Two sizei at all Anise stores*   ':  lii^kw^m^s^bWimsB^msm  ������  thour'hr. iter.  1 ha', we" :-'la������si1������]  Wtftm^  ~������������v������������wv-."---1������ -" ���������'���������������������������������������������-.'��������� ���������.���������������������������*-  Mrs. Fenwick, an Englishwoman of  forty  or  thereabouts,  had   only  been  out here for two years "when we came,  having married Blr. Fenwick while ho  was overseas.      Mr. Fenwick Is English, too,  but, he had been in Canada  for some years before the war.   '"-They  are a stvange couple in many ways and  I shall always believe that they married each other because he wanted a  housekeeper and she, under the stimulus of her war work, grasped at tho  chance ro hrenlc away ifroni her humdrum life.      She is not: an attractive  svaman,   and   at  first  I  could find no  point  of contact, but I learned to admire hei-  determination  to make tlie  j best of rui environment different from  rhfit to whleh she had been aecustom-  p.d. anil an I 1ried to understand her I  f-CEi-w to llk������- her,   ���������J,Thelr farm should  b'e  a. tfood one, but  Mr. Fenwlelc  was  ' undoubtedly   born   nudor   an   unlucky  I srar.       It' there was  hall   or  frost  lib;  f-'raht was sure to sniffer, hlA woodland  ; ha<l an uncanny afllnlly wJth llrts and  his eanir a sjveJ&l    .suacojit.lbl.li1y    to  ! "dlaeji..-!--.      rio in not very liLi-oiiR lilm-  ; .-eS:',  i������.-\e:-  ban   beon,  J   suKpeel,  and  ;. i|i������-   1i-k   \-.<nnid   he  v')<:  at  Vimy  atJU  |   irmil.'r..   i-hii,        Hut.  iher������-   b:)   :i   <ju|et  !' pa 1 it-nee- abfsi.t   the man that one hjtH  in i>>:-|-,*cr. ilinui'h r (Inn'i; thleilc I tddUl  : ever- j**.-f.ll3.   like Mini.  i     <nir MfuT l-:riRH;-'.]a ni-lchbor Jh not at  all   Ilk--  >f'-H.   Fenwlif'-lr. *>u������  in r\  ptvdty,  iluWr,    ������,ialnj<>sw    llittle    tldn^ who at  td\i\\\t>*-i\ titfu'i-ied . I si-etc Si'vurn, llion on  * lil.-i   fi 1 .-.t   li'Ave   fi-fiin   FNitiife,   Hcarcely  older 'il������ a si. h.i-Hoir 11 in!  not  at alB  wtw-  '!'!."    .'���������-���������...1-   ihl'..*.;". a    hjid    niiiji-d  :  eaeh   otlii ii   lieada,   no d'ltiht, send   nn  th- . i-   v.'.!..-!:   MO   *>K<:  at,  llkDUl   Co   fl^kply   Ul<i  .nof������������������������>���������: aj'i  i^ ������-]js������e3cM tli^ erul of ilia war  fonnd   theai   <iut   li������i-ei   or������   Jt   H(ddle������-'n  r  CHAPTER.SIXTEEN   .  The first snow came before our kit-  -chen was finished, in fact, it was not  ���������until spring that we had it plastered^  but even in its crudeness it was a  great-comfort and convenience^ There  was a small excavstSon uhdex* St, merely a hole in the gi'bund floored, with  rough boards, where we stored our  winter potatoes and preserved fruit. I  do not know which I appreelated;mostj  that small cellar or.the fact that I was  able to put the cook-stove out-5f the  living-room! The pipe from the kitchen stove went througlx the children's  room, that from the Carron Btove in  the living-room through ours, and Mi*.  Gagnon assured us' that we would be  very comfortable throughout tlie winter. / We wore, too, though unless we  got up during the night to replenish  the fires we had to thaw our breakfast next morning. The thoroughly  dried poplar that made so quick a fire  in tho kitchen stove had not, we discovered, the staying power of hard  coal.  I-cannot imagine myself ever losing  the memory of that first winter on the  farm. It was not always pleasant to  he so close to Nature but it must have  been wholesome, for we all throve "on  it���������reven tho piano did,not seem to be  .injured by the frost that, sometimes  gathered on its back.  It was, on tho whole, a mild winter,  wiili few storms, and it was seldom  that the children and I spent a whole  day in tho house. Jim Cameron had  made a fine large sleigh tfor the children and many an afternoon we spent  folding glovlously down the hank of  thn creek and climbing laboriously  buck. Wo -built a wonderful snow  house, too, and took long tramps  through the woortn.  "Sploring," at) Nicolas called it, was  one of our most popular occupations.  We never wont fur from homo, for I  diil not altogether trust I:1'myself in the  woods, hut to the children our won tie r-  inf-;a had all tho chnrm of the unexpected. With the most sorJous of faces  they would uomni������n,t on rabbit tracks  jtiul point to ���������un.vtlj'fnB that might bo  referred to later as a landmark;���������I do  not think we ever really htalked a rabbit, but tho Idrklleti nlwayn expected  1.0. They with really very obtturvant,  ilupeit espeidally no-, and I ������Ujj|JOh������j  tiie Htorlea I told them stimulated their  iniaglniilirviiH. In old Navelm-wi I'ain-  lu-iiri too. wn fimml n. wonderful ������<nry-  U)l\w. lie would not. alwayH talk,  hut   U\ the propr-i- iu<xid he would hi.fin  FOR BOYS   amh nmi.q,  -Si  I!  UT JTTT.K- FQXES^ By E A Henry. PJX  Interesting Stories For Young Folks  Published   By   Permission Thomas   Aliens   Publisher  "1 FORGOT"  AJU",  N,  ir.ofl  Het 11������ ivm-'-1'jf. rS'irbud fii'irm, with Ixvn liftb-  h-H, no (xtH-rlenr-.n f������t' tint lionl I bin km  oi' 11 Co, ar������r1 n.n UE������h1II yo������ri ������1 lo ellnsuh. I  arn alt'-rnalrly itnrtoyrri with Uw*n  and Kcm-ry for her. Hhn hi hbflnhiKdy  wlth'iiit i-rntralnf, and when, film ia in  t������������i tmnnT fmu<nt H.110 trill fell uim nil  Juek7 faiiilri, lsi-,starid for*:tnoh) nnaoTii:  Keeps EYES  Clear, Bright and "Beautiful  'Wrl������������'Mii������(ri������iC������,,Cftl<-������ro.,f<ri>13TR|Ca(rrBonlc  Oh, how much trouble this little fox 1  causes!  Out West hear Fort William, once  occurred a serious collision���������all because an engineer forgot-to watch the  safety signals! A great train was  wrecked and a whole railway district  held lip for hours; and some lives  were lost���������because a hrakeman forgot  to guard an open switch!  It's a bad fox,"girls and boys!  It makes your character ragged and  slovenly. It wastes people's time. It  causes endless confusion. 'It holds  up plans. Somebody forgets to do his  duty and that upsets all some ono else  has to do; and so it goes on and  around, until things become a regular  mix-up.  There- is a placo for a good forget-  tor!       .  It ia just to forgot your worries and  to forget yourself; and 'to forget tho  nasty things peoplo do to you; and to  forget your mistEikcs, if you are so^-ry  for them; and to forgot that you were  not invited to somebody's party; and  to forget that you fell clown yesterday, if you got up again and are still  on your feet!"  But it is important to havo a good  memory too.  A   littlo ��������� girl    forgot    to post her  mother's   lottor.    and   It stopped the  chanco of a pleciHant holiday, for nor  ���������"grandmother, who was    waiting;    for  directions.  A little boy forgot to closo the door  of the nursery when ho was told, and  the baby nearly diod of pneumonia.  In tho days of tho groat war so recently closed, thoy had-lo spend millions of dollars on making shells.  They had to bo very carefully made.  If a shell was moro than 3)1000 of an  inch more In diameter tluan was called  for. It was sent back. , It was important not to forgot this, In fact, they  had to watch against furrj getting on  the shell from tho gloves worn by tho  worker h.  Ono day an iefipo'etor found n shell  that would not fit. Soma ono forgot  to watch against the flae lint, and ������ant  in the .r-luil which wn.-, at onco v.rnt  back.  And surely If It wa������ ho important to  remember all thetBO fine points about a  death-dealing aboil, it la Just as Important not to forgot tho littlo tilings  of lli'o, that may apoHtho whole day.  A  bridge-builder  mado  out  sill  his  plans and set tho men  to work, and  when It was put together it was ������������ven-  j teen feet too tthort, becauno the plum-  i maker lorgot ono littlo me a sure tkiac  jrnockd tho wholo work out.   j  I read a rather strange thing that occurred across the line among our  Sduthem neighbors. .  A bill was passed, allowing certain^"  goods to come in free of paying duty.  Among them^were what was called  foreign fruit-plants. You knosg what  that stroke between the two words "is.  It is a hyphen that joins the words  and makes them one. A, clerk was  copying the bill and forgot all about  the hyphen, and made the bill read,  "fruit, plants," etc., and for a wholo  year, until their parliament met.^all  foreign fruit came In free; and, they  say the government lost nearly $2,-  500,000, all because a clerk forgot a  hyphen and put in a comma ins.tead.  But it is not only the mistake that  costs, but if wo will just think that Jt  la the memories that store up our  thoughts. . It is tho things marked ,in  memory-that we use for all our mind's  growth. " -  ���������  A girl or boy who is always forget- '  ting will some day find tho life grown  up and full of emptiness; for. It Is  what you remember that inalies the  furniture in your.soul's living-rooms;  and if you keep on i'orgqtting. your  soul will havo bare walls, and baro  floors, and. all you will hear will bo  echoes.   ' "'"   '���������"'  Bo   alort.     Keop   your   eyes open.  Attend to business.*     Put you.r mind .  on things.      Do not Hay, "I forgot!"  .Be ashamed to!      You have no right  to forgot! '..,...  You can pardon an old man whose  teeth aro all out and whoso hair is all  off, and who is bont with ago, but. you  have no" excuse.  . Your . fQrgot.ter has no right  to ho>  working at all. <,  Stop forgottlnKl-^Romomber!  ���������������������������t*:r>  -.-���������.������������������fe-T^ift.|lf|5*S^  ;^������^tajyB!#!������tI������i������^  V   -A  t>  M  mwKtiMM  UMItlWW(iMiWilW������l.������M  mmmSmm  mum  .7jci7s-i.ftS'������t!.:.|JS:  jgaMS  VXfiUmWIt  iiiiMMiaiiiaiiiilMgiti  ���������MO  mmm  **WWi������*i������SSS^*b������#B#*i^ass������|������^ WUKLO HAP?  -1 Premier Baldwin, in the course of  an election speech at Bristol, expressed the vie wo that the British public  "school system was superior to that of  the United States.  j The special service squadron of the  British navy which - is to tour- tlie  world !n' n," 507-daii''- cruise "ii������s, left  Plymouth with Vice-Admiral Sir  Frederick Field in Command. The  fleet will be at San Francisco for July  4;  "Grain Via  Vancouver  Before the end of the year the port  oi -Vancouver win be  called'upon to  to  the United Kingdom and the Orient,  according to figures compiled by the  Vancouver Merchants* Exchange.  I���������B UF BACKACHES  Every muscle in the body needs .a  supply of rich, red blood In proportion  to the work itr-dpes. The mu-s*jles of  the-back, are under a heavy strain, and  have^' but Jittle ?est. - When' the blood  is thiu . they lack "nourishment .and  rebel.. The result is a sensation, of  pain inj-hese muscles.  ~ _       . _ _    .    j     Many"   people    are    frightened into  * .ueveiopmen oi a new variety or win- j be]jeVing that backaches   are   due  ter wheat which is resistant to bunt  or smut is announced by the Department of Agriculture, Washington. It  has been named "Hidit" because it is  expected    to    rid   the wheat fields oi  smut.  ^i  .- Enormous -increases in British Columbia's \ agricultural, and dairy production- over the last five j years is  "shown in figures compiled by the Department of Agriculture. Production  of, many products- has trebled in the  last five years J and one commodity,  cheese, has increased 2.S30 per cent; -  New - oil recovery methods which  may lead to the development of the  tar sands of Alberta have been reported to Hon. Charles Stewart, Minister  of Alberta, by' Charles Cams ell. Deputy Minister of Mines; who has just  returned from an investigation trip "to  the, mining districts of GermaV and  France. -  blade would pull from the centre with/.  a force of 24 tons.      The tip of the;  to "blade weighs about an ounce, and the*  Fains lo Back Subdued  the Plaza Hotel in order to hit the air-^  plane, and the chance c-f mailing a, hit'  would be negligible.  "The Hir^lane Jit such s^eed could  attack war craft with complete immunity, and* that is the real significance of the naval tests. Prom a  scientific point of view 6,000 turns a  minutes is''the limit for a wooden propeller. The tip of the blade moves  at 2,500 feet a second, and a pound  r> tigui,  (,1.1.0  ������&tKUb!Sr������t t^^iSS^ftendeucy to rupture the blado-at the,  aut.ioritSes agree that backache, is  very seldom due to kidney trouble. In  fact not more than one backache in a  hundred has anything to do with the  kidneys. The whole trouble is due to  thin or impure blood, and those -who  are troubled with pains in the back, or  lofns, either frequent or .occasional:  should look to the'condition'of the  blood. It will be found in most cases.  that Dr. Williams' Pink Pills by building up the blood and-feeding the  starved nerves and muscles will ban-  ash the. pains and/aake you feel better  in. every other way. ������iow much better  it is to try Dr. "Williams* Pink PilEs  for your blood than to give way to unreasonable alarm about your kidneys.  If you really suspect your kidneys  any doctor can make a test in "ten"  minutes, that-will *set your fears at  rest, or tell you the worst.  ,  All dealers in medicine sell Dr. Williams* Pink Pills, or you can get them  by mail at 50 cents a box from The  Dr." Williams Medicine Co., Brocicville,  Ont.  tip is more than a ton. The whole-  tendency to rupture amounts to about  100 tons, -which is so terrific a strain'  ttiat it makes th������ -use of the wooden  screw propeller too dangerous for the!  siiMntrti- '���������*  Medical  Hero  Honored  1 manufacturer by Imperial Tobacco Compaiiy ox Canada Umiceci  Back to  Normal  *J3oy.���������*T know where  you can get  ,a chicken dinner for fifteen cents."   '  Father.���������" Where?"  A    Nova- Sootian    Tells   'How    She  Overcame Her Troubles With  NERVILINE  "I    consider    Nerviline    the    best  remedy for a cold, sore throat or tightness across the chest," writes Miss  Lucy- Mosher, from - Windsor,. N.-S.  "For years pur home has never been,.  without Nerviline. 1 had a cold on  my chest that, fpurteen remedies  couldn't break up. I rtibbaid on Nei'-  vilino three times a' day, used Nerviline as a gargle and was completely  restored." It's because Nerviline is  bo powerful,-so penetrating, so,.sure pllctty-itself,  to relieve congestion, that it is used in  most homes,, for the prevention and  relief of a hundred minor Ills. Get a  35c bottle to>-day.  Beweon 0 and' -12 years of ago n  child spends-more energy in proportion to its weight than at any  other period in its life.  Peevish, pale, restless and sickly  children owe their condition to worms.  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator  will relieve them and restoro health.  A , fool tries to get'square with  othors, but tho wise man spends his  tlmo'ln blocking tho 'attempts, of others  to got square with him.   J"'-^!-- ������������������''V'e'.-   '" ���������'���������'  "'"������������������  CUTICURA HEAU  SpreadToNeckandArms. Itched  ancHBurned, -Lasted 3 Months,  ' 44My:;'.trouble, began with a rash j  breaking out on my bade. My clothing aggravated it, and it kept spreading to my neck and arms. It itched  and burned no that I spent many a  aleepleuis night. The trouble lasted  about three montha. I tried different  remediea without success. I read at*  advertisement for Cutlcura. Soap and  i Ointment nnd ������ent for a free sample  which helped m������. X bought maio  nnd In three weeks waE healed."  (Signed) H. M. Kramer, 550 Xfetifel  Ave.,. Buffalo, NV Y,> Jan. 24,1022.  Cutlcura Soap to cteanae and purify, Cutlcura Ointment to soothe  and heal and Cutlcura Talcum, to  powder prut perfume aro Ideal foe  dally toilet purpoaea.  P.*?**.!? J^1* n***** K������������ A.Ur*.r: "tyuUB*. Mm.  Uefl, M4BI. Vat1LHt.1V/.. M������*U*������a."   Kohl ������Uh|-p������  a   fel^������^ia������,*-**J,***>*-^������������. U������u������������i������<������������ fcu������ii������������������itfc, im.mmU.o*  I  wHT*Culta������ur* 5o*i������ ���������*���������������������������������vHtiioul mnu*.  Pension  System  Is  Popular  Canadian      P,acifse  - Railway      Makes  Sp Send id    Provision    For    Its  Employees  The Canadian Pacific Railway is  this year celebrating the twentieth  anniversary of the foundation of the;  company's system of 'pensions for the  employees and a review of the results  obtained following upon the inauguration of that department,- shows Itow  widespread have been its benefits, and  what an important effect it must  have had on the development oE the  esprit de corps for which that company has come to be .worlS-famatUH.  Tho operation or the fund 3s sLm-  Upon reaching-tho age  of 65 efery employee who has joined  tho. staff before reaching the age of  forty is entitled,to retirement if the  company bo desires and catt claim, a  pension of ono "per cent, of the aver-  ago monthly pay received for tlioyten  years preceding retirement for every  year In which ho has been in the company's service. This is as the system was'first devised twenty years  ago, and there has been but ono  amendment^ to its provisions. In,  1908 it was found that in somo caBoa  the'amount of;-the. pension so calculated was Insufficient,' to protect the  recipient against want as was'intended and it was provided that from  thoucoforth tho minimum .amount of  pension paid would bo $20 per month.  That this system has boon a big factor in fostering tho efficiency so largely identified with Canadian Pacific  operation is undeniable. Mr. 13. W.  Beatty, President of tho Company,  apeaks of it not only as a prime necessity in those days of sociological pro-  grotis, and aa an inherent right of  thoao who give Uvea ol" faithful work  to Canadian Pacific service, but also  aa otto of! the things that has helped  to bring Into existence tho high standard off co-op-o-falloii that oxlals. be  hvooa all branches; of tho company*w,  service. "It ia helping to niako contented employees," say������ Mr. Beatty,  "and that is the flrnt requisite "of  faithlul, ollleiuuL. hot vice,"  Decorations jGiven to' French Doctor  "Who Made K-F.3.y Safe - '"  -For twenty-five years, Dr. Charles  Vaillant, a noted French physician  worked to make the X-ray safe and  practicable. "^IVIany times he was  burned and his life was constantly endangered by his experiments. In 1919  the little finger of his right hand was  amputated because of burns." Since  then he has had thirteen operations of  various -kinds which have rendered  him almost physically helpless, but he  works on. Itccently Dr. Vaillant was  highly honored in Paris. Tho. French  Government gave him the Cross o������ the  Legion of Honor, United States Ambassador Herrick, presented to him the  Carnegie Hero Medal, and the President of Paris City Council awarded  hin\the- City of Paris gold medal. - -  Mother! Give Sick Baby  'CaliJForiiia Fig Syrup"  <*i  Harmless    Laxative   to    Clean    Liver  and Bowels of Baby or Child  IRemefoibra&ce M Is Heeded  fm 1    I     tw   ���������  Thick and Beautiful  Even constipated, bilious, feverish, or sick, colic  Babies and Children love to take  genuine "California Fig Syrup."  No other laxative  regulates the tender   little   bowels  so      nicely.        It   Bweetens the /^v^SvT  stomach and starts the ' liver and  bowels acting without griping. Con*  tains no narcotics or soothing drugs.  Say "California" to your druggist aid  avoid counterfeits!- Insist upon genuine "California Fig Syrup*' which  contains directions.  Only  Selfish   People  Wish   to   Forget  Great War  "We   entirely  agree  with  what  Mr.  Lloyd    Georgo    said a few days ago  when .ho Implored tho American nation-not to consider    it   a~   desirable  thing to forget the war and cast it out  of their memories.      If to forget the  war would make classes and individuals more unselfish and more devoted to the common good, this act of  ceremonial   observance   and   rem^ea-  brance might well be allowed to fall  into desuetude.      But those who say-  that tliey cannot bear .to think of the-  war,ara~- usually the people who aro so  exquisitely sensitive to suffering that  they cannot bear to minister to the  sufferers and so excuse themselves for  leaving the duty to others.     It is not  forgetfuiness   that" is  needed,   but   a  better and deeper remembrance, and  tlie  present state" of the world  does"  not emphasize  that obvious  truth.���������  London Daily Telegraph.  History of  .-9  TNA  ��������� ������������������������KnniAvr������.  35-Cent    "Danderine"    Does    Wonders  for Lifeless, Neglected Hair  A gleamy mass  of luxuriant hair  full of gloss, lustre and life shortly follows a genuine toning up of  neglected scalps  ���������f- with dependablo  'Danderine."  Falling hair,  Itching scalp and  tho dandruff is  corrected immediately. Thin, dry,  wispy or fading hair is quickly invigorated, taking on now strength, color  and youthful beauty. _"Danderlne" is  delightful on the half; a refreshing,  stimulating tbnic���������not sticky or  greasy'      Any drug store.  1?  TR  V  ~X'  f  A' gramme of radium, li luvi boon  Hiiid, will glvo out enough energy before It I.h onllroly dla������tpat<3d to ralao  r������00 tons through one mine,  She Knew the Game  Her Escort (as pitcher and catcher  hold a conference).���������They aro talking  about what, to^ throw"to the next batter; .���������"'''  Girl.���������-But they aren't allowod to  throw .anything to him except tho  ball, aro they?  Monks in tho middle ages possessed not a ������inglo article of-.their-own.  Somo men hurry through Hfo us iff  widows were chasing thorn.  Seventy in Number and Only Half of  Them inhabited  Tho Orkney Islands lie like a fleet  of ships sailing away from the north  coast of Scotland. They are bare,  windy and treeless, There are some  seventy of them in number and about  half of them aro inhabited. In the  case of four of them tho population  consists of only tho lighthouse attendants, k Orkney unites with Shetland  to Bend ono member to Parliament.  The Orkneys wore the "Orcadcs" of  tho classical writers; and tho word is  believed to be derived from the Norse  "Orkln," seal, and "ey," island. Tho  Islands remained the property of tho  Northmen until 1-168 when the needy  King of Denmark pledged tho Orkneys  to frames Ii. of Scotland as security  for his daughter's dowry. In default  of payment,, tho islands became Scottish territory. Scapa-Flow Is a splendid harbor. Hero it was that the German fleet was interned in 1918. Tho  largest'Island Is Mainland and Kirkwall is the*chief town with o, population of about 4,000. i  J># not   saffet  Another day vital  Itch! ^t. Bleed-  tag, or jTrotrnd.  auk ileal ep������V-  fctloa required.  Dr. Cfease'n ������LntmanS vrll! rollsv-a yoa as oaes  and afford lasting baaeflt 60a. a feoxt all  dealer* or Edmanson. Bates * Co., Mooted,  Toronto. Bampl* Box. ire������ It yon mention ttila  paper and enclose So. ���������tamy to pay postage.  MONEY ORDERS  Buy   your cut  of  laws s-upplitb  inhiion   Kxpress   Moucy   Orders.  Jars costs three cen'������.  I'ito  dol-  CooU's iVeguiating CdmpoiihfH  'A,s'afc,,RellflbJ*,:re.Kul������tlnx  ;; ^mfeiiiei'ne ioi': wnmrn:';;' Sold'.m  (lircc ������?T-trn pi ,>tr<nRin- o������������ r, *i"  !>li: oi (J-nl |(������pwiil>i  '.i.i.liifu'^-'/.I'AjC^l'.inii.Klff;  ������������������-i U t'-eooH'-iMEb rci NcrcpT7",  . ,7'oipnto J'fD'ir ���������"-- "' - *- ���������  THK   NBW   FRBNOH   1RKMKOV.  THERAPION B^o. 1  THERAPIQNNo.2  THERAPION NO.3  Bo. "for BUddwCatanhTllo.3 f.rBJood*  Bkln DUeauv. Ho. SforCrtrontcW**kn������D������e>.  SOt.D BVl.rA������:KCCl!rMtST*,TRtC4Ef!t SWCt,A^D.3������.  Ilt.UCMiiC u������d.C,vll������rer������tcckKJ.N,W.������, Lecdcn.  r>������ Mail SI KOU Tl.F*OMTST. K������*T.TotO!llO,  OR    M4.   ST.   2'j.Ct.    SlJlCT   WEST,    MOKTRKAt..  err  w.   N,   u.   inoi  About 30,000,000 wooClon boxew taro  ri.^u'r^d nnttKally 1.& ps.ck flic citrous  fruit cropa In Florida and California.  Millard's  Liniment for  Dandruff  and Bowels  You can relish your meals without featf  of upsetting your liver     ^^^  or stomach If you vrill^JP^K  Liver PtSlo. J MSI B*y%lj>*M.....iy  Fotd iiccumii- Jfl "Pr m ^/Wg  lationo that   M 'Haft^fM^ KSim,  O.j "V "     %Of9    ^^|< iMjB ffl^ w Blin)ifcil|Sii'^.^liiB. ���������  Olooci art* ������X-        I ^pwjm^ffifmffif^miM  pelled from the liowela iind headachi*.  dizihitm and wtUow-.skln arc relieved.  lt������iU���������������ta������mUI>oae*^34MMbII l*������io4  Minard'u Liniment for Coughs     Curdioscope Is New Invention  Apparatus    Like    Small    Microscope  Shows Heart Action  Another advance In tho moans of  studying tho heart has been imulo by  tho 'Inventor of tlie cardloacoD������ by Dr.  D. S. Allen-;��������� TSI>la apparatus Is a kind  off small, mlcvoscnpo, which, as tho  operator watches ait tho lens, projects  a powerful light into tho incision nmdo  just ovor tho heart. Tho heart in  action Is ������<vnn. without injuring it, nnd  tho information obtained ia likely to  ho especially valuable In such cast;*  as widening* or narrowing of tho  valvos. Dr. II. l,ilcuthal calls attention to the further groat advance of  recent .years in chost surgery. This  ha������ beau duo to many change.-*, including tho uso of adrenalin tho photograph  for amplifying heart rounds, tho cardiograph fop recording heart action on  Minoljcd paper, unA i������*.i.Ulii  graphy of tho worldug organ.  t������"  ������r������a>������  How to Purify  the Blood  "Fifteen to thirty drop* ol Extract  of Root, commonly colled Mother  , Seajjel's Cnratlr������ Syrup, may be  ��������� ��������� taken In water with meals and at ,  bedtime, for indigestion, constipation and bad blood. Pr������r*lm������-  enceHtai this treatment will givo  permanent relief in nearly ������v������ry  Icaae."   Get tho ffenuino at  drugciita, SOc.and$I.O0 botllen.  1^. 0wmmw48S* *immMjn<mmm&l fy  j'l.W.U-  MInard's Linlmen* for Distemper  l-Ott TUB  CHILDREN*!  Ju*t���������'  Send So-tir  wrappers seem  **    "llllM*Tl"  mititimp  immWiTmmmmmmmmmmmimmmimmmmmt mmtmwmmmmmwmm  wwammmwum  affWpi|!l|WWy^^  ���������*t!*S^H;^^^S*Ha!fiaSSSHa!HfiS*iaHH'i SmSaSSmimiiinmiSaaSSX  ^'/r-ii-'-ij'rM  THE  CBB8T0N JIBVIBW  ct:  THE CRESTON BE������!M  *ss"7  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C.'  Subscription s $2.50 a year Cii advance*  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C.W. Hates, Editor and Owner.  CRESTON.  B.C.,  FRIDAY. JAN. 25  Short Changing Creston at  leastI $3000 Annually  w"c|uld also be on the payroll of the  ib&n an^ there would he other part  well  ������bS VClVftlU  time employees as  upkeep expenses in connection with  these offices and   the   conduct   of  council   hositiess  generally.  V UBV  Jl  Although  only broaching a subject on which   he is thoroughly -at  home along very general lines it is  surprising   the number of   citizens  who have,   with   a   very   genuine  show of sincerity,    been   heard   to  express the  hope   that   something  woisld come of  this municipal discussion this time other  than a few  newspaper articles   by   T.    M.JSd-  raondson asud such   other advocates  of municipilization   who   at   least  have the matter sufficiently at heart  as to express their   convictions   in  such an important matter  in some  more tangible form than fireside or  street COSriler talko  In view of concessions made  municipalities within the past three  years by the administration, at  Victoria its the way of sharing up  revenues received" from liquor and  motor licenses sales, and from, other  quarters, anyone who takes even  passing interest in" what he reads  these days cannot help but be  struck with the changed situation.  A few years ago .Creston fought  clear of municipilization. due to the!  what their total would be depends  on what time the officials have fee������  give to municipal work, hut at ihe  wildest guess no one would place  municipal upkeep at more than  $4000.  On the figures submitted Creston  in 192S not rnly paid   in taxes and  i  ������  m  1  4-*nn J* www m-mh     1W 4������A*j*ft A AM      f������ ���������*"������*���������*  fines a total of $4000,   but it would  also seem that the place voluntarily  turned   over    'to     the    provincial  authorities    another     $3000,   and  what have we to  show for even the  $3000 of   taxes   paid?    A sidewalk  built from the  Imperial   Bank   to  the theatre and  the   hard   surface  road through town  given a coat of  oil, along with   some minor   public  works that do   not   appear,   from (  close enquiry,   to have run   to half  the amount- paid in   what   we   as.  ���������aume would make   a   nice   village  area.,  Ia"1922 and 1921 we fared little,  if any better, and barring 1920,  when hard surface road work was  a little, snore generous, the Review  very much doubts that in   the last  ���������Hi ALL   SIZES  Grind Fitters  o������a   j^SSiii'S   V?������       B">0~      3iiy = ss'Ci5=      tacsss  value For the taxes levied and collected in what would make the  ideal Creston village.  Generally speaking   we   do    not  fact that it  might cost too  mtach.  Now the same   citizen   is   stating  the case the other'  way.-  Is   it   a  good investment to recuse munieip  ai Incorporation?  For the sake of a stated case let  us assume, a reasonably compact  area is erected~ _iht*> the Village of  Creston; what revenues would the  village be entitled to under present  day conditions?  I OS.?- reccllfs&ticss "is"'thai- t-he'-Ores'^'  ton school district is assessed at,  approximately -^im^OOJOQ. The  proposed Village area would, natur  ally, include the heaviest tax paying  part of the . school district, but we  will assume the imaginary Creston  village pays only $3000 in provincial tax on the present- levy of one  per cent  Last year the provincial police  collected almost $700 of trade  licenses in Creston town, and in the  local police court over $300 in fines  was collected. This makes another  $1000, or a total of $4000 which  went out of the town area in hard  cash.  Now. to get at the  other revenues the town   would be   entitled to  we are assuming Creston   is   much  the same as to population   as Knslo  ���������out postal revenue   last year was  a thousand   dollars greater  and in  the voting there last  Thursday all  but four of Kaslo1s   eligible   ratepayers are reputed to   have   voted  and the total  poll    was    less    than  175, so it is  quite evident   the two  places are  quite   reliable   for    the  purposes  of    tlie    comparisons    we  we wish to make.  For the six month8 Marei to  September last year Kaslo's share  of the provincial liquor profits were  $1113. This would work out to  ahout $2000 for the full twelve  months. Kaalo's share of the mot*  . or licenses for 1923 was $717. and  Knslo got another cheque for $583  -as tbftt town's share of the pari  tmituei betting machines revenues.  Here is an income of orer $3000.  and with this added to the $4000  a!reac!y fhtv.vn n������i hnvsng been- collected directly at Creston gives its  a total of $7000 which would have  h#H������)m available to  the council of the  discuss matters on the principle of  wanting something cheaper, because we  believe the   average citi-  K KBX"  6nnd Hafsrisi!  ue received, but if the figures submitted above may be taken as  correct, and when one considers the  long waits and inconveniences that  have to be put up with on our present plan of Victoria control and  raanaagement. it must be apparent  the face of such an undesirable  state of comuinsiity affaire "generally and such an abundant revenue  available for the asking���������and sn  the accepting of which no further  burdens are imposed���������all the He-  view can say. is heaven help Creston  if something is- not immediately  done to at least" properly investigate  wise, of village   municipal organiz-1 **cfc that they will have a St. Patrick's  a<. jon - j Day tea and sale of eoohanp;.  Thos. Wftliaras, a Greenwood hu������-t������  ������o,all tha*~ instead of/there being I**������ possible advantages,  or. owier  anything to* the old time cry   that!. ...���������,., . _.,,/��������� ~  the"present system.~bs' the cheapest [  ^���������that we are   getting   something  The Herald cIhiihis the children attending the Baptist Sotiday school in  Cranbrook contributed on an average  ID cents pes .'scholar in the sabbath  school free will offerings.  So eager are they at Cranbrook to  get the Irish  trade  that- already  the  er* shot a 7 foot, cougar one day last  week. He parted company with it to?  the 440 bounty.  At Invertnere recently the winner  of the comic prize at a fancy dress ball  was a hobo wearing - on his back a  placard' reading, \ "Provincial   Party  Methodist ledies are .advertising the J afteir.tnewest wwfeGu.  -      ��������� "'     - ap      - i     * j-1 ' _  t r-. -i I,    ii,.-.'\  -a  village of   Creston    bad    we   Sieeu  eiijo-yiiitf the benefits of municipiliz-  , at ion.  for nothing, as it were���������we have  for the last three years been actually getting nothing for something  and at double price, at that. '���������'���������'  Even if the situation   was one of  getting something for   nothing, or  thereabouts, one could not help but  wonder hew much longer the go it  cheap policy would be   allowed   to  prevail���������in   this district above   all  others���������where  we   eo   successfully  practice and preach the gospel that  tbe only way to   run   a business is  to rim it yourself, * but  now that it  is quite apparent that   we  are not  only short changing ourselveB ever  so badly on    the   new   sources   of  revenue we .are-not availing  ourselves of, as   well as   getting   very  poor value for the cash we actually  contribute direct, the Review counts  on the municipal committee  of the  board of trade, and   others, to start  a movement that will   not stop until local   Relf government1 is established���������or good and sufficient   evidence submitted that our   present  pioneer way of conducting our public affairs is really the best adapted  to meet presentday local conditions-  In any perusal of this article it is  to,,be hoped no one'will jump to the  conclusion that we have overlooked I  school finances. School taxes are  an entirely separate matter, but  tbe same unancial ftssinta-nce is  given from Victoria in educational  matters in organized as well an unorganized diet riots.  At tliifi time   when one so often  henrw jworde a.������������������rt,inpr their willingness to pay even double if they  could only have noma of the modern  conveniences;  a   neteet   committee  {attempting the, Biopsies.", task of  providing lire protection for tho  htidmeas section by the co-operative  Exceptional   ICills   in   Quebec 'and   Ontario  Paget (for the Trout Lake Country),  Lake Panose, Massey, Blind River,  Thessalon, Dcsbaratn, M Ottawa,  North Bay, Sturgeon Falls and Car-  tier arc well favored. Moose are,  plentiful in Ontario in tho country  along the main line of the Canadian  Pacific from Sudbury to1 the Mank  obn boundary, especially mmr Metu  Kama,   BiscotftBinn;,   Chaplcau,   Mhv  VV/ITM the coming of the frojit and j Bailable,Frtma, JackFioh, Schrciber,  Out of this $7000 Croaton would I route, and   everyone   inwardly,   if  have had to pay nnlaries to ������ town f;  i-,Wk who, n.n elsewber**, would ������l������a  net as   treasurer, asser:sor   and col  leetor.     A   finH^eriiaii   or oonstftble  not audibly,   ndtnitting   that   the  ���������emmtmfr, Htiit^uf affairH is a dUfi;raoe  bo n so-called town in tbe centre of  so   promising   ft dintrict; surely in  "Moun of  Leaf" cornea al������o tht������  fon for caribou, mons������ ancl. de*r.  For tho past ten moathn. thouaandt  ot sportsmen have been innginis for  the return of the setifion. And to-  dnv rhf wonnnn In Qimber, Ontario.  New Hrtinswick, Nova Scotia, A.1-  lr:-rta and Hvltlsh Columbia In In full  Bwins. Once more the naked woods  nre ct ho'.un with the crack of the  hujilfr'a rit'e and the red blood of  f/iniub J4M(J tliu UrtJlcd. States is pitting ItKolf npraln������t*>the .monarch^ of  our native wilds.  In Quebec. |?ood chances*   for deer  aro   rotmrtcil   from   Lnke   Metftirtic,  ��������� tit-    4 ,,������il I k:j..������.i ....    ii.t    <i,i.Ii>Uu      ������ ..J  li-.v, filuni?  tho Waltham branch line  *������I   ������be   f'ai. ..Slul'i-I'lH-lfEr.  Tirni-iJiam-  intr Kino-WMi dintrict nruS o'h*> points,  ti>l"i������.     In     r)n*firl������>      1'nrrv     *!*i<iiirl  the Falling LUoaaport, Nlplgon> Savanne, Ignace,  hunting sen ��������� | Dinorwic, Wabigoon, and Konora,  and, in Quebec, in the St. Maurice,  Lake Edward,,���������Lak* Megantic, Manl-  waki, Timlakaming and Kipawa dla*  trlctft,  Caribou, m Quebec, may now be  found only in the remote northern  ucettonB, and. in Ontario, on the  islands of Lake Superior and round  ttoBsport, Rrhreiher and Nlplgon. on  the mainland  From all these districts come  BtorioH of wondcxful tuck which will  thrill the pul������e������ of every hunter.  Take the good fortune of Dr. C.  IT MeCV-'iry, oi Montreal, ��������� and Mr.  A. -1 <������'tCT"������f<?, of Nf<v Porb^tlp,  New York, regular patrons 'Sm  the Ste. invito district of the  Laur <������n liana, Qu.Uec Penetrating  pivfu-  Ijiv*1 ������PT'   '>iim Crpy flocks Inn,  Til nil'Intel, I'akv'sloy, Fr������ncb RivcfjAt Bio. Jo vile, to Big  Devii'a Lake,  sometimes' reterreo' to "as   l**c   l# ���������  Crola, they met several eow moose  and an immense bull.   But the climax  came when a&nothev opBsratfW bull  obligingly, took up a jpokltloe within  B0 yard������ of their tant, The firirfc  shot from the doctor's trtuty rifle  brought him down and Mr. O'Kcefe  finlfthed him o������tt  A.gftIn,:.fVom'.B,. W. Arnott'o Tvw*  Itlp C������ni|i, oft miles up iuako Tlml*-  kamlng from Ttmlakamma Qtatlon,  at the mouth of Klpnwa ItTvet, word  comco of how tit, J. 4. Car&UQjrh* -  of Now TorU, aot hie uioese within  an hour and a half of Iflntirlns: eamp,  and was baclt within two 'hotir? ncta '  o hall, West morning, wWl# the  finfiw������V wiifl ��������� hofn* i"trlfl,fl������iS R.?,,i?t'fcf?  big moose calmly "watched tneopera-  t-lon foT-flve mlnnC^ from m point  Afti-r that, you car* ������tih kuof> j/our  hand off yout rifle t      ._. ^.^^  mmm^mmmmmmss&issm.        4;aHrW -.-������.'  TH3B  CBJSSXO& SBYISW  J-  P*r  P������@nojbrte9 Organ and  ������������������-*������������  i^atr:  ������CCA������ff  r������4M^    /"  AMI HUM CGLLiS,.  P.O. 3������*76   ,  Creston  gflsiSo, Js n., S5, ������SOi������PTOH  let Class Honors I.S.IS. ���������  *-   PIANO L.SSSGNS  '  Advanced Sepsis only  J. A. P- CRO^PTOfi  - Singing lessons. Piano Tuning.  V^.^1  ������>sn  ,*���������"  Sh  and - H arness  Repairing  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  connection  Shtw,and Harness Repairing  Certificate of ImprG&emenia  cases in 1823, with Sines totaSls  Penticton   public   library   has  !5semfee������-������=    Last- year ihew- re-ad a total  oi? 12,251 voiumes. . .  ������, - ^ ��������� i  Bunners Berry Masonic JXaodge will  officially open lis new ������20,000 temple  on February 12th.  Trait tire brigHdehad hut seven.fires  to fight last year, with a property lose  estimated at 83,410.  ^Cranbrriok brigade had 25 fires .to  .handle last year, representing atotai  nrcsperty loss of $&,?S8.  The'terns-^nd concert stt TraslI publis  school produced puKtcsent revenue tc  buy the school a typewriter.  Bast Kootenay farmer* are having;  their annual convention at Cranhroofe  next Wedn������������diiy atid Thursday.  fj= Oeigerlch heat W\= SL=.~ Bunress  by. Just one vote !<ir the presidency of  jbLhbio board as trade this   yeiit-.  Although  it w������iB wrily ten below at  uiicr    miucai,     utc     -Bainc-p     pu.ita     ������.u������������-u  hundreds of' water pipes were frozen  at Robsland in the" recent cold dip.  In the Ok������n������gan the snow as so deep  that quail and pheasants are being fed  grain'by the ranchers on instructions  from the game guardians and "provin-  (>jji{ irsplfy**..  'The worsbcSaslo'e f ur-iined. ihermo-  meter eoula, make it during the early  January  cold .snap was 1 below zero.  At Vernon the Associated packing  house charge was 68 cents for wrapped  apples, und - 58 cents for crated fruifc  Customs collections at Fernie last*  year were.over half a million dollar's^-  Ma&'-eb %7a$ the .big month with ovar  SSS,<000 collected. -  The Cranbrook Courier says that  those girls'who have been wearing- the  rolled down stockings rolled 'era up  during the cold spell.  The . Kootenaian hears . that the  Severn sawmill at Cooper Creek si ay  be moved to Kaslofor future operation.  At Cranbrook last year a total of  664,136 k.w. of electric energy -was  used, ������n increase of 2������ per cent, over  the year- previous. The Cranbrook  Sash & Door Company  took  1������V��������� _������..���������������   ������-  U...B4 UK.  e&vy   &t   some  ���������'ttftit'**      * In"** Aft <���������*  cue-fifth  had tn be ������u8penedifor a time pending  tbe breaking of the;roads  It-cost-a little over SS3t0QQ to operate Craabrcok schools last year, of  which amount almost $38,060 was requited for 1 enchers' salaries.  Forty cars of apples are still in  slofs^e i?t Peutictrtn- vt'ltb. the f������s-  ceptionof some Ontario** and Sfcay-  nuans they are wintering well.  Since incorporating kk a city in ������90o  . tf������,W3  ��������� ���������3?������������5������bs'00i-������   h?^cl  Thw?e ������f'theui each served three years  as chief magistrate of the 'terminal  eitytta.   -  The average price received by the  Associated Growers, for wrapped  apples is ������������.ffi>.    For crated fruit the  Bondhill Mineral Claim, situate in the  Nelson Mining Division of West  Kootenay District.  Where located: On'the International Boundary line, about three males  asbj Af 7ni������t0nav- Bsver.  TAKE "NOTICE that I, John D.  Anderson, B.C.L..S-, . of Trail, B.C.,  agent for Charles David Forwinnd;.of  eate No. ���������0005, intend, sixty days from  tbe date hereof, to e.jsp!y lo the Mining; Recorder for ss Certificate of Im-  provementB for the piBrpoee aif obtain  ins a Crown Grant of the above rJaim.  And furtber take notice that action,  under Section 37, must be* commenced  befoi*e* the issuance of ouch Certificate  of Improvements,  Dated this' 24th oTay of Nov������-mber,  1928. J. D. ANDEHSON.  EhtVAOI  9S.Cn   bO I HHT  Caime Ui the prs-iiti^e-s of the inssler-  8tgned -in Decembei-, a a-oan steer, yearling,  no auarko  viisafel^. "  Owner chsi  Jl-c^.a^-aj  A.    *J.    V,   ������Ul|lpll������g  1  have sHEue   ity ptovar.^  paying-  expanses.  Creston.'  JO  tipei-ty and  SPKATI,  oKNOPmOF  LOST���������TEAW OF HORSES  "Lost, in June. 1SK23, Btetween Sirdar  and Ci-es|cBn, teant nS dark bay horsesa  weighing jibout 1100 lbs. Both are  gelillngs. One has white spot on forehead, two bind ffeefc white and left  front foot ������isb whiSe^ Other bore������  h ������h left bind fot it w bitu������. S25 lewatd  to anyone- giving information leading  to recovery.     P. CHERBOr Siidar.:  point.  AtlTahka few days ago two Airedale dogs chased ~a deer down off tbe  mountains into She C.P.R. yard fence  where it had to be killed by a couple  of -the- eitisehs.   ;*" /   .-  Strtct<>st~ economy was practised by  the Vernon school trustees last year,  with the. result that the -schools cost  f350t������ less than was estimated at the  beginning of 1923.-  Ktislo financed its community  Chrittiias ti-ent for all the kids in town  and  neasvby   country  for, S������g&. "Each  IIF  MfA.NTEO���������fruit frmreeH  Crown lands: may 1m k prw-eiHZHew Sj"  Bsitleb subjects over 18 years c������ a������fe,  and tar aliens on deelarms intention  ~ttr~ become British aabjecta, con������3l- -  tlonfel upon residence, occupation.  and Improvement for asrlottltural  purposes.  Full information concernlxia* re������u-  ^mUona resardfns- ,pre-emptions, la'  Kkven In BuLletSn No. 1, I*and fierlek  "How to Pre-empt L������tnd," copSea of  which can be obtalned..froe of charge  by addressing- the Department of  laaiSB.rVSotOfisfc,'S.Ch or to any Gov-  ei-suaaent Asent. ,  Records will" bo granted covering  only land suitable for -agricultural  purposes, and which Jgt not timfeor-  land. i.e., carrylnar over 1>.0������0 board  feet por oorv west of the-Coast B&nge  and 8,000^ fee* per: acre east ������f that  ��������� Itanare. 7",7*'.v;'.���������-,..;-'��������� :''-,y  - Applications for pre-emptions are  to b������-addifaBBed to the Xosid Com-  snisfitoner of the. I^and Becordins En -  vleieh, in which the laiw2 applied: for  in situated, and are made on printed  forme, copies of which can be obtained from, tho lLiand ^omtnisaioner.  Pre-emptlona must be occupied (or  Tive ' years and improvements made  to value of $10 per acre. ihcludinK  ���������olearine and cultivating; At least live  acres, before a Grown Grant can be  'r������ce4ved;^7\,; '".'���������*'���������'������������������:������������������;',  For more detailed information nee  tb'������ Bulletin "How to jPre-empt  Land." 7 ,.  .;   :p;'^.i'.';.PU!BtCHAS.E.';  , ' Amplications ojto received for pur-'  chase of ', vacant ���������'< and. ' unreserved  Crown tandji, not being timberjand,  for agricultural _purpo������eB; mnimum  prloa of Hrat-olasa (arable) land lo 98  per aero, and second- olasa < srastn bt)  land |8.$0 per acre. - Further information rerardlng puvchaae or leaa*?  of Crown landsc Is given In Bulletitt  3Sfo. 10, Xand: Series. "'Purohaae and  . lteaa.ii of Crown.: I-anda,"'  Mill, factory, or induatrlal eltea on  timber land, not exceeding 40 aorea,  may be purchased or leasea, tho con-  dltlonn includlmr pavment of  etumpage.        ..    j      . WOMEBITE   B-FAtBEfl  tJnsurveyed areas, not exceeding SO  'aoreB,'may bo leased toe homesltoQ.  | conditional upon a dwelTmir holmt  iereotod In ihm first yoar, title being  obtainable! after residence and improvement conditions are fulfilled  and land has been survey ed.  ���������LEASE������  For erasing and   Hhdu's trial    pur-  ^poaee areas not excendfitno' ������3-fit> acr-Qt  may be lassed by on* person or n  company.  GRAZING  Under the amainicr Act the Proving*) Is divided into (prosing district*  a������4t the rawr* artmlnlirtsred und or ������i  Oraslng Commls������:lon������t% An,iutU  sroalnW' permits ar������ Issued based .on  ������**(.*������������.*������.,������.������.������������     t^������Mm.w   *   -    ih.������,lm*f.M^,    ������������,^. I^ww     ^*N.|^^  to established own������r������. 8tqck������owr.cara  mar form iuu������������vc.i*tiio.na������. ror twtm*  mfineffttanent. Fsre**.. t*r jjo^tnliy fr*e,  iv������rtrimit������ are avollabls for' settlers.  ii&ttsent tit* travel!l������rs, ' nap' to t������w  head. ^  ;'vvHnted"xc������-|������ade>'l^S jacres in ABber-  ������a^rRmtawte~foT-t,.ii33XBMi   rnrittiiig,  Sot  cranll  fruit farm  in  tric%.    Property nxtist  be clear- of en  ��������� *tmm������%ft������ A a^^l^^vt������kfr������vf nkAMOA������i,        f**irru i  ohureh, lodge ������nd other oreahizatitm  an the town donated $5 each.  The last annual report of the post- -  niaeter genes-at snows- that the Cranbrook had h year's postal busin; ss off  almost S20B000. A^t Fernie the revenue  was Just a little over $18,000.  At Bonnets Ferry townspeople are  "��������������� r������������*!"M*e*<Jf-s"1 being-.epa'ciaiiy -n^ged to���������use. town  ithe Creston dis-, mmdm    h^a    in . Wetenee   to  the  cuSsihrance.  tc������n, M.O.  A,_ Claristofaerson, Crew-;  CATTLE EST������AY  Came to the premises of- the uncter-  sisjned.-on or about "Deceanber 23tb,  one red yearling "uteer, one * black nnd  white yearling heifer, one red heifer  calf..- Owner can have same on proving property *ah.d paying all expenses.  VV;STHONG, CCHnyon CHy>, Brick?  son, B.C.  LOST-COW AND CALF  . HeEfer, nbtnat three yeHrs "old, all  white, branded SE on leftilbp, should,  have calf with her. Steward to pnrty  giving idformatton that: will lead to  recovery. B. STEW ART (Al ice Sid-  ing), Crewton.   ;'^7  Spokane staff of iffe, which comes into the town in large quanta ties.  During l������s<������ Pentictonr43 arrears of  taxes and rates increased from 658,000  to 978,000. The* amount owing the  hank at the etid of the year was  $30,000 iu excess of the previous year-  end.        ." v. -  . With the exception of f^vur every  eligible-vote was pjolled at last week's  nmnicipHt election at Kask������. 152 votes  were cast, D. :F. Kane and F. E.  Archer pol ting a ;ltte vote for mayor.  The forener whs -elected- on the cast  vote of city clerk- Pa'pwortb.  :,;-;;,:'; -;;; -: ,HEtFE ft;. - ASTR^V 7,;.-;  Came to the preukisep of the under-  slgbed on or w bout Deceeaaber Jot,'. one  red u nd whi Us pteer, about one year  old���������i Owner can have same on proving property and paying expenses.  Ii.STEWBRT, (Alice Sldl ng). Cieutctn.  TlM BER SALE X 5916  JBktB " ~-9B  "^* WO ���������-    2  MBBV4W   . mW'  This time olf year most  everyone has some repair  work to be done on their  buiSdlnga,  We have got juat the  Lumber that you need to  repair your boiidings or  to build aow ones.  Also we have several  buildings for " sale and  Cull Lumbar at the right  price.  tvii  Liiiiiiitii  inpann,  Sealed tender* will be received by  the Minister of Xanda at Victoria not  later than noon, on the 7th day of  February, 1024.-for the purchase of  Licente X 5018,:, bo, cut G<>������,000 feet of  TaniHtiic, Pine, Fir, White Fine and  Cedar, on nn area situated one mile  north of Goat River, and G miles west  from the town of McConnell, Koote*  nay District..  . One (1) year will be allowed for the  removiiil of timber.  Further particulars of the Chief  Forester, Vict������>rin9 B.C., or District  Forester, Cranbrook, li-C  WATEzFt iVOTIOf  ... , f '  ���������I  ������������������������'!   II 'IW       '  Take notice that J, B. Winlaw Go,,  Ltd., whose address is Wyondol, B.C.,  will apply for a license  to use  the  wufctH-w <of Gaufc IClver 'ffor.4'01earlncc  streams'" purpose (i.e.-,- eHearlng and  EsnprovEriff the otirenna for the elrlvinR.  booming or  rafting of logs). * Tho |  (mints on tho stream between which  t Is proposed .to clear 'are from thra  east line of Lot 274 to the company's  sawmill at Duck Creek, The estimated  mileage between the two points Is 12  mittew. The term ptopoaed for llconiuo  2a 20 y-B'ATd. Tbla notice wan pooted cm  the ground on the 10th day of January, 102i. A copy off this biotlcc, nnd  nn application putsuant thereto and to  the Water Act, 1014, will bo filed In  the office of the Water Recorder at  Hefcou, B.C. Objections to the uppll-  eatlon may be tiled with the said  Wo tor Recorder or with the Oomr f *if ���������  ler of Water Mighte, Parliament Butidings, Victoria, II.O., within thirty days  In a local newnpaper. .   ,  JV B.WINLAWOO., LTD., Applicant.  ,  ��������� By A,. N.-WIKLAW; Agent.  D&ittc off Qrat puhlfieaiion of thia notice  la January 2B, 1024.  wees   fcn  Seventy-seven cases  Trail police court  total fines collected were ������2������������5.C0.  SeJ*      ?^  -������=, =5-J������  The Herald very frankly tells its  readesrs S,hat witia the pessiaie exception of a cut of one-tenth of- one per  cent, in the school rate there is no isn-  SBcdiate prospect cS Pe&tSetcs tszes  fecEns? reduced, \ *  essss  ff���������iMiaA^mpj/pxs  a^  ���������F  MEAT MERCHANTS  aHAMRuCK FORK SAUSAGE  A.n economical dishe easy to serve.  mmroek Brem** HAM* BACON and LAMD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  ������-ovffrsst������i������3a.t graded, highest ouaisty*  FRESH- Sffiel CURED FISH  ? all varieties,  Choicest -BEEF? FO������U&9  SSU't  vj&AJbm  BURNS9 IDEAL POULTRY FOOD ������  increases egg production and produces better poultry.   Buy the best.  Saving is easy���������it j&st taless m.  little defrsrssofaaafciosi t������ gat tla������  d*S.  If  you  Will  save a certain  and stick to yotir  ������ur^IslEigl3r  will- be a  yoor credit.    T?p itt  Savings Jkccoto&t at %h&& ms&$������������  31  II  s<i&5iG2t*-  Ri  /.m-  ^^BY^carefeil econonay aaa  s^-clemal wMi give yzsu. gsr^������!������ff  satiefacrtaoEB. thaa ass. es^ssS. susssi  seciiTest    vvitHout    cii^ciiky    oit  The advantages of' such.������ reserve ������������������  Tsvotth a genuine effort        '  We -welcome accounts, small tar large*  E CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  PAID-UP CAPITAL      ������        ������     v $1$.00Qt000  RESERVEFUND -        ������        $I5,Q0CMM30  CRESTON BRANCH. C. <L Bciiatt^ Macsffcr.  Transfer, Livery ^rid Feed Stables  Sleighs and Gutters.      Team Sleighs  Single and Double Harness and Supplies  Several Sets  of Second-Hand Harness  Coal and Wood For Sale.  Phono BB Sirdar Ave. Gjf^OMton  BL A^LPB,   a <bJLa  "and  Ol*   ww SOLfc������a*  Heating  Sheet MetKF Work.   A ereod ������tock of Pipe  and Pipe Fitfcingw on hand.  E. W. RYCKMAN,���������Creston  xxmmmmmmm  MM!  MWT>^l.������l>W<.l.ia������W������������������l>W.>l1l'.l'll*MlllM.|IW.WW.i������IMi||������ilW������i|l,il.|..iHiM.I������.  mm.  \Wmm%  mA THE   BEVXEW,    GRESTON,    B.    C.!  Ijlctee Xhe Back Dofor  Commenting on the decision 10 remove soan- of Lhe existing restrJeLions  -'on immigration into Cnnacla, a "Western v, eekly paper says that -while it may  or naay not be a good idea' Lo, open, the door to immigration Into Canada, more  important than opening tlie  front   door is finding some means of closing the  back door���������in other,, words, stopping emigration from Canada.  >.    The sanaeiopinion has been expressed over ami ,oSrer~"again in this column.  '.pie hack door, Jioweyer, can ..only be closed through the adoption of policies ;  which wjfl ��������� so^ina-prori-e -conditions -in  the industry of agriculture'.as to make' ���������  firming profitable, and .those, engaged' in food production  satisfied and  eon-:I^  tinted to remain on-J.be land../.   : :.-  ;j One means'" of bringing abb at' tha t-hvuicli to" be- desired result Is the provision of long promised, branch lines ot railway to settlers-who hornets teaded,  or toph^up land--in other ways,, in districts/upon the -p-romise of early Ttrans-  labrtation facilities being provided. In most instances early, surveys of the  proposed lines ���������Lwe������e,jmade> and in-quite a few cases the grade was wholly or  iSartially constructed... The -war, unfortunately, put an end to the laying of;  steel, end people generally, even those who suffered directly and most;  stve'i't/ly,'Vi'e'c'errte'd tlie'delay. '        ���������������������������"-������������������,-���������-���������-���������  This year, however, when the Canadian National Railways .supported  by  - the..,fioy;erAn3^ decided, to proceed with the comple  tion of several of" these much needed branch lines, the Senate placed its veto  on the proposal.'''' Aahd 'because: protest was "voiced in this column against the  action o1??ah iinr.fepfe*entative -body, in no way responsible to-the people nnd  wholly beyond their control, thus nullifying the wishes of the vast majority  of the people, * certain ..readers...wrote complaining of the articles in question.  The view,s= expressed were, not partlzan, because the ;adverse vote in the  Senate op. jtbJe Question of T^aneli Sines construction was-not'confined. to members oi'any! one pQlitieal party. _        ^  The->pro3sjisJ[.on pf; ^adequate transportation facilities in order to enable  settlers-.to ^aarket the, crops they raise is one of the first essentials in any  sound, and r^uece^ssfui; immigration policy; .-/The provision of these short  branch lines as necessary as feeders io the Ions and expensive main lines if  our ra^ways are,,io.be successful and paying propositions. It is not the  small branch/ lines j^a^ aretes pons ible for/the} huge railway deficits, but the  lack o"-tilera t������ provide '--sufficient traffic for the main lilies. Yet" the opposing Senators -talked as if the construction "of-these short branches meant adding to the railway deficits. 7' ���������:    ' .,,..-���������  ... j  '-. If>further,^ io denionstratev,tlie need for ihe, invmedi-  aie.construction of these all-important branches in order ihaj: Canada's "back  door" be closed, it was-.provided, at the ..recent, sitting of the.:.Royal..Grain inquiry Commission at Dauphin, Manitoba, when farmer'delegates urged the  immediate construction of the St. Rose-Ro!c,ert extension, of the C.N.R.. and in  so doing asserted that in the last three years no less JAjan 2,000'people had  ���������left the Municipality of I--awrence,'ehiefly returned soldiers and Ontario arid  English farmers, and people are still moving out as fast as they can get out.  The land ������s being abandoned, some going to the United Stales and others to  , seek work elsewhere. The Municipality for years had a population of -1,000  but with hair'of them gone, the rema-tning 2,000 have to pay the'taxes which  three years ago were paid by the 4,000. Owing to lack of transportation  f'acgUlies, ("-iiid consequent difficulty .and expense in marketing, only fifty acres  on'gin average are cultivated, a q'uiie insufficient amount to niake ii a paying  prexposition. ��������� '. ;*  "/Witness after witness told tlie same story, and some of the experiences  related by fine, upstanding English soldier settlers were heartrending. The.  f.Srsiih Inquiry..Commission'; had, of course, no power to hold out any hope to  these struggling .settlers, but it promised to las- all the facts before; the Canadian National iiallways. The branch lane Jn question was one of;those klll-  ed;;by tho Senate's.action.,-..;,   ,/; '; ���������  .-'   7- ,7       ::, -���������.   '  7 ������������������  "������������������What, it may--be asked,- is the use of Canada spending liuge sums, of  money on an Immigration service, with agents-and lectures--abroad and ebc-  penatvK* publicity'campaign designed to secure-settlors for Canada, only to  have them become discontented through failure to supply their necessary re-  rpiu;e-ments in the \vay of transportation, and have them depart to the United  States,. ~or abandon the, ..load-id. seek .work in the congested labor market of  tho larger cities".' '' ,.      ^  .Let, the, front door of Canada be opened by all means to immigrants who  lire round in body, mind and morals-, even though they may not be strong In  a-aoaey but are willing io work and anxious to make good. That is the rea-;  rod xfaf vast majority-of them emigrate���������an order to improve their,condition  In !���������������'������������������!. Urn even nioj-e important 3s It that Canada should close Its back  c!oor and ko*;p ihepo net tiers by asslstins them with essentials to ninko a  &u.coiiS* of t;:������'dr new venturr- in this country.  | _Gecks Controlled By  Wireless  Experts Believe Th[s Method Will Be  Generarly Ussd  A clock that b3r means of wireless  opiates and successfully controls a  number of other eloeks has he en in-  vented by an American engineer. ]  This invention is believed by experts j  who have examined It to foreshadow  a day when all public clocks will be  controlled and synchronized by this  method. One of the most wonderful  clocks in the world is to be seen at  Wells Cathedral. ' It was made, by a  monk six hundred years ago. The  hours arc indicated by the appearance  of.a number of armed figures on horse-  !-back. These meet in a kind of  ���������charge, the striking of their -lances  sounding the chimes for the hour. A  clock without visible works is one of-  the wonders of Waterloo Station, London. It is controlled .by-electricity,  which Connects it: with a -.master-clock...  After   n    nifirt   ha*   Saekled  foil I'   ������'-Tl r ���������-;- j.rl ������i-^   Ei fid   i'ailaMl    !  in   any <<r   them.  In-  usually  :-������-lf w\> a;; a J*'-.-i-'irai-7.  WUeo a man prof.o.K.������-'ii h  s-eV-m tu ii-JaUxo that, it may  .hiring fvonUol of himself,  "lire*  or?     There are 3,J2-1 spoken languages in  r������ Hiif)-r������vrd ; lliR  world,  of!    "H'hio'h     America    has'  shi-:  hini-; 1,ft2-l. AhIn, r������S7, Europe 5S7, and AliVlca  - 'J7H.  ii-   dut-r.n'i ���������     iiriii   mrnoua   Kngllsh   aviator   pays  t'i'.>uli.  im [ an ijnuuai premiuui of. S300,000 on an  lnsurantio policy for ������1,000,000,  ^1 BaidJSillous Attacks  Mr a. Wm, Robins en,, Yon-  k������r, Sa������!c, writes.:  "I suffered horn atomacii and  Jiver trouble, and used to havo  hilioaiij attacks so Lad that I could  cT������ nof-hing for werV* at & titn*'.  My ;1om������r!-i v/ou\i hit zo> vv^^Ili  th.i.t /ao1 even * <inn\ t������i w&ttr  ���������would ������t������y on it., On my sintcr'n  *<dvitc������ J ijts^an io u������,������ Dr.  Chiiae"* Kidn*y-Liver Pills, and  rmtmfc say that (Key have made mt.  feci like u new woman/'  1������1L CHASERS  MIl>M[lEir������*ljIVI511 WWIJLH  ���������t������������.i������ jsv-t-ll n������ ido^*",, 25- C'lewtfl  a  bo>jr��������� a18 -fli*i!������.l:r>t"(������, r������r WMmAmmm, '.ftat&i  A Wo-,, fittfi.t nPAwnto,  The PeacefaB Boiiradary  Can-ada and U.S. Prove Relations C-an  Be'Friendly-  "If' Europeans could begin managing  their frontiers with some degree of the  confidence in their neighbors as  friendly human 'beihgs, which 3s characteristic of our Canadian relations,  they would begin to recover their  poise- and prosperity. The fact that"  we have kept this.-peace, more than  2,000 miles, broad and more than 10ft  years long,.proves that it can be done.  What Europe needs more than anything else is the. study and imitation  of our northern frontier.���������From the  Mail and Empire.  'ver  ,_������miii^*.;:\rfc^z^s^ _ ilk  #_#   s ���������  'that md-time Southemfhawrf   \p  }&u mngei if'<oniywith  A^NT J���������M!MAFAHCA.Ki Ft������OR  Aunt Jemimu's  \ famous recipe    f  ready-mixed ���������/  a  Tse in town,  Honey I'  t������  . *#&%������������������  , This opportunity is made easier to you people in Western Canada to visit  Ontario aiid the Eastern Provinces, owing to the.greatly reduced.rates being-  Giveri on th^CP.Ri "and National Railways, good for a^ perfod of ���������������.������'���������" mnrsi-h������  niso  JT>o not forget to bring THE WlM AND KiDDtES,"     Give tliem the treat  i jDf a 'visit-'to," the OM Hpn\e, and" at the ssartio time give the folks.  Old   Home   the-pleasure pi, looking  sit  at the  THE NATiON'3 GREATEST ASSET--THE BABIES  "Whilo passing through Toronto we would  thank you fop your patronage at  THE WALKER HOUSE  'The House, of Plenty"  THE HOTEL CARLS-RITE  "The House of Comfort"  "Where   the  Management pays   special   attention   to the -wants of  Ladies  and Children travelling alone.      ���������  ,       Any .reasonable recuiest of the parent for special foo<l for the children, will  be "complied'���������with in our l>ining Rooms without extra charge.  ���������_We������-> the Proprietors  of .TORONTO'S  TWO   FAMOUS   HOTELS love   the  ICiddies, as We have Kiddles of'ojir'j'own.  GEO. WRIGHT ^  _; DYSPEPTIC  Food Does You No Good  Half the time you're afraid  to cat; your tongue is coated,]  mouth tastes -bad, stomach is  bloated. 7lf you want to get  well, stop using- dyspepsia j  tablets and 'go;,to the source of  the trouble before it is too late.  Strengthen your stomach, cast  out the bile, regulate the bowels  . ���������do this, and dyspepsia will be  ..-no^.sisore,.'.'.;���������'    . '..-;..���������������������������    :..-������������������-.: ���������  For your condition the best prescription is Br. Hamilton's'Pills, which are  made specially -for tho stomach, kidneys and liver.  Dr. Hamilton's Pilis  Aid the Stomach  'Get"Dr.'Hamilton's Pills to-day. 35c  per. box, "5 for $1.00, alL dealers, or  The Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.  Natural Resources BulSetisi  Canadian  National Earnings  Gross earnings of-the Canadian National Railways from January 1st to  November 14th, 1933, havo been $219,-  237.9S1.87, an increase of $1,8,580,486.-  83 as compar-ed -with earnings for the  corresponding period ������f 1922.  AGAINST COLDS  To guard tho baby aga.ihH't colds  nothing can equal Baby's Own Tablets.  The Tablets are a mild- isncatlve that  wLll keen the little one's stomach and  bo-wels -worttlng regularly, It Is a  recognized fact that whore tho stomach and bowels nre In good order that  colds will not exist; that the health ot"  the little one will be fcood and that ho  -will thrive and bo happy. . The Tablets aro sold by motllcHno dealers or hy  mail at 25 cents n box: from tho Dr.  Williams' Medlolm- Co., nrocUvlllo,  Out.  _,__.. __._._ j f  Lumber Substitutes  "What Blitngle siibstltutps have done  to Hhtngles, lumber substitutes are bo-  Klnnlng- to do to lumber. For. in-  Htance, boardh iu-o bnlng matlcv today  out-of * sugar cane. Tho eoncrele in-  diiHtry lias advoi-LIsed "concrete* for  rrovniiuionco" to buoIi. an extent that  co mi rein- jiluaU have Hpruui^ up all  over the country and wood 1������ losing  out.���������t'Yoni tlin Vannotivor Siin,  Immense Area  of. Western  Provinces  * Not Fully Realized By Many   ;  The Natural Besources Intelligence  Service of the Departrnent of the Interior at Otta-fl-a says':���������-  !The immensity of area of the prairie'  provinces can hardly be, realized without the study of a good "map. When  it'is realized that in Manitoba, Npr-  ���������way House, at the head of Lake Winnipeg, 3s beioiv the centre of the province,' and that Edmonton and- Prlnee  Albert are in &-similar position in Alberta and Saskatchewan;' some conception of -what the possibilities of  these western provinces are may be  obtained. Surveys of the northern  portions of the three provinces have  indicated ..resources, of /minerals, forests and fisheries', with " undeveloped  -water powers and agricultural areas  awaiting oiily the coming of capital  and settlement. Experimental farms  are constantly at work on new varieties of agrlcultural products suitable  to the more northerly portions, and  with the introduction of these tlie  farming zone "will gradually extend  north. MapB'of tlie -western provinces .aro available' from tho Natural  Resources Intelligence Service on request.  The Two Kinds  Men are oE two ciasses^-those who  do their best work today and forget  abotit it, and those who promise to do  their best tomorrow and forget about  it.���������Missouri Herald.  Certain morbid conditions must exist in the stomach and intestines to  encourage worms, and thoy wilL exist  as long as thesp morbid conditions  permit them to. To be rid 6f them  'and spare the child suffering, use Miller's Worm Powders. They will correct the digestive irregularities by destroying the worms, conditions favorable to worms will, disappear^nnd the  child will have no more suffering from  that cruse.  Had A Weak Heart  Was Very Nervous.  For Three Years  Corns iH^appo-ar when luealdil with  HoHowny'tf Corn \U 'mover without  K������������viTig a wear,  Fura From tbe North  Carry I riff about a million dollars  svot'lh <.il" JtitYj nnd a number of pastion-  f'-ifrj't. Mm ijutiuon's Hay Comnuny  Hi earner j.luyrhlmo cirrlviul at V\d\-  r.ouver nu.'iirUly from Aro Mo waters.  'I'lio vfHuel. which oiir-rwU-il as a' |������is-  iicrt^c-r eart'lcr durJni; lh������ smuirtu'i1 on  I'.lwi HlbeiUin <-oas1, p������-innl'.rtited into 1hn  fVi<-iil(! an *uv hh iN������������rn.Ji <.:iii������e.  Mlnar<J'.a  i%hilm&nt Bloliav^ia  PmiUji  Miss Jessie Peterson, Zealandia,  ;^a^|v]wrltes:^r:VJ wish, to let you  know-how much ^ood Iviiiburn's Heart  and Nerve Pills have done for me.  ' For nearly three years I was very  badly run down, Had ia weak heart,  and was so nervous that sometimes I  would almost faint-away.  I heard of many people who had recommended your, Heart .and Nerve  Pills, so I decided tojgtve them a trial.  After I had used two boxes I found  they had done me good, and after having taken five boxes I was completelj-  relleved.  I* cannot rcommend your . Pills  enough, and I wtmld advise anyone  having a weak heart or troubled with  nervousness to use them."  -Milburn's II. &; N. Pills are 50c a  box at all dealers, or mailed direct on  receipt of piico by The T. Milburn  Co^, Iiimited, Toronto, Ont.  Canadian Bacon For Britain  Exports of bacon from Canada to  Groat Britain. Increased almost 3,000,-  000 pounds chiting lhe first nine  I months of the current calendar year.  For this period during 1932 there were  70,988,000 pounds of Canadian bacon  shipped to the British market, while  this year the corresponding figure rose  io 73,934,000 pounds.  - Ono way to conceal your ignorance  is to tell your small, son to look it up  himself and then lie will romombor Jl.  longer,-       ,i .,������.,,  X"  It will Relieve >a Cold.���������Colds are  tho commonest,-ailments of mankind  and if neglected may lead to serious  conditions. Dr. Thomas' ISolectric  Oil wilL relieve tho bronchial passages  of inllamnmtlon spopdlly and thoroughly and will strengthen them  against subBociuimt attack. Aiul as it:  oases the Inflammation it will UHiially  stop tho couch because it allays the  Irritation ha tho throat. Try it and  provo :lt. ���������   '  SoiuelhueH n woman has a speaking acnurihiluneo with the woman  across tlio stroot, and sometimes  thoy know each other so well that  they don't fipoalc at all.  Long Standing Asthma. Many have  suffered so long from asthma and have  tried so many so-called remedies they  think that (.hero is no real help for  them. They should read tho letters  received hy tlie manufacturers of Dr.  J. D. Kollogg's Asthma Remedy from  hundred of cases once as desperate as  their, own, Even. In long-neglected  cases this famous preparation brings  prompt help.  Old Julia's Proud Record  Julia Dunn, 71. ynars of age, for 51  years lias beou- seillng flowers in the"  doorwny of the bonking ofheo of tlie  Great College Street Station, Camden  Town, London, Knglantl. For all  theso years she has been privileged  hy the North London" IlnlHvay Company. Old Julia Is said to bo one of  the most chatty of the oid flower sellers of London,  CHILDREN CRY FOR "GASTORIi"  Especially Prepared for Infants and Children of "All Ages  Mol I  ������>>> *.������   ���������������>>.  or!      Fl el cher's   Casloiia   has  Ukmi   UjV  over   !J0   >i;ai*.  un   h  W.    N.    XL    1K01  jileusiMit, hn.nuloBB substitute' for  Castoir oai, lNaroKorlc, Teething Dropfl  and Huotliiaig ayrups. Contains no  ��������� nareotlns. ProA'en directions aro on  cueli    xiachago.        Physicians    evory-  wliere reenmnsend  It.      The kind you  ;.t?.(-'  'h  m  ft  5?  ft  Ml  auatatsnaaan  SIIESJSHQ the  review;  creston,  b,  a  Tlie Greatest Need Of Can ad  T  is  increased  p a  0  1  ^^ Dieting ir^ait  ������������������ ""S3  fl     I Ti  V J'H*8  f^irti-a-ire  When, we have got 100 millions u������  people in Canada. When the nation  to the north of the 49thi parallel is  equal to the nation of the south, it  will then be easy enough to measure  our length, and - breadth and height.  It is not so easy to estimate our greatness in the growing stages.  Above all, in the business oi colonization we are in need ot the practical  mystic, whose imagination leaps forward, whose energy does not flag. if  we have a Cecil Rhodes hidden away  somewhere in our midst, attack awaits  him, proportionate to his genius.  A young man of supreme endowment,'addressing himself to this field,  need envy no past age- If ever there  was a man's "size job. it is the task of  building-up of our own half of this  North American continent," With this  task stilt b.efore~us,.it is surely a privilege to be young and on the threshold  .in., this Dominion.'    ' - .  5. Lord Birkenhead's prophecy of five  millions more people in Canada in the  next ten. years sounds well, j-������ut we  ^Canadians who are here already have  s'got to act before we will- even he.  .started toward the realization of that-  , dream.  For the ten years prior to the war  we borught in. two and a half millions  ,������������ people. Every year we were bring-  !ing in more, and absorbing them with  J  Western editors  subsequent peopling' of those vast  open spaces, cultivated fields, smiling towns and cities with throbbing  marts o������ industry and commerce, remain today as the monument of their  .skill.  Wlien others looked at the Northwest 'and saw onl8* the waste/ Hill  looked and saw his Empire oi* Wheat.  Minnesota and the Dakotas'and other  bad lands today bear witness to the  efficacy of the 'dreams of this Canadian Scot. ' .    -  Archbishop Ireland used to tell  of  the way Hill enlisted- his services, as  a Catholic priest, in order to get people out onto the deep rich soil.      According to .Archbishop    Ireland,    Hill  |Was a flaming proselytizer for the .new  land,    in   which   he believed with ail  his heart, and with all his might. But  he was no empty dreamer.-     His task-'  was not merely to get settlers, but to!  afford  them also adequate opportuni-"  ies for toil. * " -l  Colonization covers the whole field'  of   national   develonment.      ft is not;  Frets Would Tend.To Indicate  e  j. iiar 1^4  ft w\   1  ���������a ^"^"S*������ ������3        *     "5"*"  iSJ'AJLO     "U-^A.  f  V V    C-PJL 3L\X  i  While the Washington Coiuerenee.^eiv in The New York Herald that In r>-  was a step in the direction of limit- 1 ������* ������t moaths it has become almost lining armaments* insofar as capital ships !-P������**thle to obtain Information as to  of-the Great Powers are concerned,! what the various nations are doing in  the truth, appears to be that never" tho matCer ������e submarines. It has  were some of the powers so feverishly 1 leake<1 out> however, that Britain,  engaged in building up their fighting * iia���������n3 suffered ^ so cruelly from the  strength as at present. The idea su-brriariae^ In the last ������������������, has paid  that the Great War was a war to end Particular- attention- to this sort of  war has been abandoned. ' There has I craft% EBd has actually designed one  been  the   plainest   of   plain  speaking ,that ������*������*<������ twelve-Inch guns.      There  Thomas Miller, Editor and Managing  Director" of  The- Dailv  Times,  Moose  Jaw, Sask. ,  Uses  For  Skimmed   Milk  Material  Made By New Process Valuable For Many Things  Combining    beauty    with' utility,  a  material Is being made from* skimmed  merely Immigration, ������t is Indusrrfaliz- {milk by a Process rncently taken io  ation. It Includes at one end, the-"!rne T^ted States from England, ae-  shiploads.of willing workers. It i^'cording to The Baltimore Sun. As  eludes at the' other end, the smoking5" is non-inflammable,    odorless    and  chimneys, and the ripening- crops,  whose increase spells waxing oppor-  I������ we are to be a nation, rich and  greal, we must reserve to ourselves  the finishing processes, as well-as the  -ease.      We were acquiring the grow?  -ing habit so insistently  that at last, j Fa^   processes.       We  "   " the  attractiveness of our  must  increase  land  b3" rer  can be drilled, glued and dyed, it has  a multitude of uses as a - substitute  for ivory, ebony, amber, tortoise shell,  horn^ and other similar products.  Besides, It may be used as an almost  both in Ihe Chamber of Deputies and  in the ITouso of Commons concerning  j the building of air fleets. France has  now 1,250 planes ready for instant service.     Britain has half that many: and  even   II**5   lunvu  oiuica   i������a������  l*?h, JL  act-  visable to have 800 fighting ..planes  and 13,000 trained airmen prepared for  an emergency. This year Britain will  spend ?54,000,000 on lier air forc<\  Prance . $33,000,000, and the United  States 30,000,000. The money the  powers save on capital ships is being  spe;nt on airplanes and In smaller vessels not mentioned at the Washington  Conference. /  France was the first great nation  to grasp the fact that" airplanes will  .'play a greater part in the next war  than in the last war, and that there  will be a' next war. Even with Germany helpless and prostrate, France  rushed forward into a great airplane  is no secret about the fact that all the  maritime powers are building submarines of a far greater* cruising radius  than those used by Germany. France  Is particularly busy with submarines,  counting on them and her" airplanes  as her greatest weapons in the event  of-another war. Or perhaps it would  be more correct xo say that slie counts  on them to silence criticism of her  present course.  Thinks Swearing All Right  Yes, providing the provocation  equ^iS t������ie offeiiee of .Tones stepping  on Smith's sore corns. Far better to  use '"Ptttnam's" Painless Corn- Extractor," it does lift out corns in a hurry.  No corn can lasx if '-^JEiitnam's" is ap-  ' plied. Refuse a substitute. 25o  everywhere.  -perfect  imitation  of    many    natural  r products of great price, among them  onrii- i-n  iQi.t   sir- Georsre Foster had i - -      - . ���������. ,~n_* .   . ���������, ,    , ,.  .,_--., ., ���������   ���������~ f*UI1.,, servimr to  oureslves not" merelv the  betag Chinese jaoe and lapis lazuli. A  the courage to speak of "A million a! =������rviuK   ll������  ouitMith noi  meituj   uiei. -....     .       _. _   .  ,year"   which-at  that  period  sounded I diriy ^"e"k: bat alsq_the.fancy ^-ork  ^like    the    most    logical    thing in the .Arthur Hunt Chute in Montreal Star  T world.  f    Then came the war and" arrested development, out of which    we    formed  the  "marking   time*habit, untiL'it be-  ���������come just as natural- as the growing  .-  fl        Are Coming Back  Disappointed with condition  across  Canadians  who . have .  the   line   many  gone to the United States in search or j Cabta"srhand^ils; auT^Tobile'lixtares-  brilliant polish Is easily obtained and  It can be bent, pressed, and, to some  extent, molded or machined. "As it  is a non-conductor of electricity' It  may be used in making decorative  radio and lighting fittings. Also St  has been found  valuable    for    ships"  briber    prospects    are reported re- | r^"' ~he ^T^ ^"beadsl buckles,'  * tnminsr    trt    tli*>n-     nnrnf*    r-itiAs All-- -  J,habit had'formerly been.   \    Today, we present the sad spectacle] turning   to   their   home, cities.     ^������ j buttoMj    je^eirv.    fancy    ornament,,  ::of a young nation chained^ l0-Ge to j classes are Included in the movement, [ clgarette lloiders, combs, brushes, car-  ; the dwarfing policy of marking time.     | which is the.more remarkable in that; s.jage handies> parts of furlliture, pen-  -    Ont of the old arsenal of forgotten   it is taking place on the approach of | clla and penl!0lderSj organ stops and  ' shibboleths, we might well revive that; winter, when the exodus to the south!   j        .  / brave slogan, "A Million a Year." i is    usually    at    its height.      By next.  i     As the  not   distant past witnessed ������������������. spring  it is   felt   that-the   trek   back  ;the development of the United States, J to Canada will he in full swing.  %:'' so,   I    believe,   -the not distant future  . Can  Make  Hay  In  Rain  ��������� wiii witness xhe development-of Can-  -. ada. A development to be brought  "about by the increasing attraction and  ~ absorption of new peoples.  Lord Selkirk was one of the first  - real colonizers of this country. In  : the face of-the monopoly of. the fur  . trade, against the opposition of the  -J Hudson Bay ^Company, he had the  (audacity to dream and to strive for  I something more than the "Great Lone  | Land."    '.'���������      '  '      ' '- "  He went to ^Ijis untlmely.grave with  a a broken 'hea'f't; but the fertile fields'  ������ which he had hoped to establish have  -' spread out far beyond the Red Biver,  '".'. until;; iiq^r jhi^t��������� idreftms ;haye eclipsed.  the:--'^!T;.-ir4^0^"and.;'',|banaJ'da has begun  .;, to dqi^I^a|eithe' wheat supply of the  il world.  Lord Selkirk, with all his disappointments and his failures, was one* of the  .great practical colonizers who not  only brought out new "settlers but  labored toward the creation of new  ; epheres of efloi't; to hinci them to this  new land.  James Ji Hill, a Canadian Scot, who  / wont to St. Paul to;   engage   In   Red  River   transportation,   is   another ex-  Say "Bayer" and Insist!  Fox   Wortfe   SsssiJK Fortisae  \/-  ii.^ri  ��������� L.-W w  Animal   l.arne   As  G-clliw  at $38,000  A consignment cf live foses arrived  recently In Vancouver en route from  Montreal to Los Angeles. The ship-  3nent was sent by R. T. Moore, and it  consists of nearly one hundred black  foxes to bo used in starting a new  breeding farm in California. By  crossing a large Russian fox with a  Canadian* silver fox, Mr. Moore has  produced an animal as large as a collie dog, which is valued at $3S,000.  This animal was bred in Alaska and  was recently taken to" the. Moore farm  in Calgary for breeding purposes.  This is the second shipment, that  has come west recently.'.  pjiiii'iii-ia    i>i"v3g2"tiiiiAiiC    LiiOUgil    she     v.-a 3  unable to find any money to pay her  debts to Great Britain. She subsidised the building of planes and the operation o������ commercial planes, and by  these** means got the lead which she  will try to maintain. Britain paid little attention to airplanes after the  war, but became alarmed when she  noted the extraordinary production of  them in France. She was aware of  the fact that ��������� France had suddenly  come-into possession of a weapon with  which she might destroy London in  short order. If France was not building with an eye on Britain, where was  the en^my; Britain left bound to  acknowledge the implied challenge,  wliieh explains the larg'e appropriation  for airplanes in the last budget.  Larger and larger planes are being  fciiiit, and in war comes it wiii probably be found that planes will be used  for transporting troops. . It Is suspected that both in England and  France planes have been built which  arc capable of carrying fifty soldiers  and their equipment at the rale of a  hundred miles an hour or even faster.  Experiments are being conducted wiih  a view of perfecting the direction of  unmanned airplanes by means of  radio. Such planps will,be used, for  bombing purposes.  -,   Another  esperi-  X.  Machine Dries Grass Very Quickly By  Hot Blast  We usually regard sunshine as * a  sheer necessity for making hay, but  now hay can be made while .the rain  pOUrS.if -  ^ _4 -    "'  This,is'made-possible by,* machine  which dries the' grass by a hot-air  blast. Tlie apparatus consists of a  drying chamber, - in. -which the green  grass or clover passes through a tube  lis the centre of a rotating cylinder,  a continuous blast of hot air being  blown through the tube.  Before enerlng the drj-ing tube the  green material is chopped Into short  lengths by a cutter, and the hot blast  carries it through the tube at the rate  of forty <9uiles as hour.  Tbe .entire-operation from the time  the green grass is brought to the drier  to the time-at is'driven up into tbe  storage receptacle occupies only -five  minutes.  sejees.  More  Antiques  Found  ��������� Unless you see the name "Bayer" on i r-   j.,       ������.- ���������      t     ������, *.      ~.   ���������  package or on tablets you are.not get-! Further  D.scovenes   in   Outer Shr.ne  ting tho genuine Bayer product proved 7 ������f Pharaoh's Tomb  safe   by    millions, and prescribed by |     Further . antiquities    of    matchless  beauty    came    to    light in Tutankh-  physlcians over twenty-three years for  Colds ..Headacho.  Toothache Lumbago  Earache Rheumatism  Neuralgia Pain, Pain  Accept "Bayor Tablets of Aspirin  I only.  Each unbroken package  con-  ,    , , x    ,        ��������� I tains proper directions.-'  Handy boxes  ample of sound   colonizing   stories of   0e   twelve   tablets   cost    few   cents.  nil history.  How much Canada assisted  In the  Druggists also sell bottles of 24 and  100.     Aspirin is the trade mark (reg-  ���������nnfoldlnc of thiq ntorv is veillrod ' isttn'e<:i in Canada) of Bayer Manutac-  unioiding ot this atoiy . is i eaujwu --ture OJ. MonoacetlcacldeSter ot Salicy-  by those who aro acquainted with; ]������cacid. While it is well known that  that background.      Jim  Hill,  Donald   Aspirin nneans Bayer manufacture, to  'Smith, George Stephen, Norman Kittson are four Canadians that paay he  Jlstotl among the giant figures, who  assisted toward tho development of  that vlrfjln soil through the building  of the transcontinental roads, and the  HOCKEY  PLAYERS  Mlnard'c i's the ideal liniment for������������  tho ��������� rub-down. ������������������ Tako������  the Hore-  noss out of bruised tuubcIoh,  assist the public ' against imitation a  tho Tablets of Bayer Company will be  stamped    with    their   general    trade  m ark, tb e "Bayer Cross,'!.,',',  Centre'of "Attraction  Sweet Young Thing. "Arc you really quite euro it Is safe, to bathe here.?"  Gay Old Salt,���������"Lor. bless yor,  mlsFtie, yer needn't worry, Thord'll  be-"- sVbrns o' men whq'l! 'avn all  their oyi-Js on yer all tho thne!"���������London Tit-Bits.  amen's tomb when Howard Carter  found two alabaster jars of exquisite  design and ��������� craftsmanship together  with an ebony stick inlaid with tho  most delicate gold chevrons. These  objects were found,, on the inside of  tho outer shrine containing the  Pharaoh's body.  It Is assumed that tlie stick which,  !n shape, is not.unlllco the conventional walking cano of today, was placed  in the tomb by the Pharaoh's,- loyal  subjects so as to aid his majosty on  his journey to tho unknown roalin.  where It was he 1 loved4io would en^oy  eternal life. -  _   . Transfusion  Revitalizes Blood  Discovery    of    a    method of blood  transfusion, which not only rejuvenated aged patients, but prolongs life,  is claimed by Dr. Frederick Keyman,  German consulting surgeon.  :' The method of transfusion adopted,  Dr. Heymaiii.told an interview in London, revitalizes^ tho blood of the  ment concerns the use .-of smoke j patient- and ca^i be practiced on both  screens to hide the planes from guns  on battleships about to-be attacked.  More warlike intentions are to be not.  ed in a hundred laboratories where  government chemists, are toiling to  produce some more horrible gases  than were used in the last war. Although the use of gas was so generally denounced when the Germans firnt  employed it, all tjio powers had to use  it later on, and n6w all powers aro  expecting that it will play a great part  in tho next war. It. may be that  there will bo hesitation in using It  first, but when onco the ice is broken,  it will be found, that all the belligerent,^ are w*ell fortlfid.  Naturally, there'.Is- the greatest  secrecy surrounding nil   these   prepara-  ��������� - ivhaoh   ca-rt.   1*������  r-7ave-!   wt"   ar.i".   eve  tlona; "Just-Qb there was secrecy sur- j^**fj.frTtewSctoi.������"e^in3������*1s:* ''"* She  rounding tho pc-rparatlons for the hist  war, but now and then bints nro dropped to Ijho effect that If there should  bo another war chemists"and electrical exports havo developed weapons  that .will muko tho last war seem tamo  by comparison.     It Is noted by a wrlt-  To Help the Veterans  ���������Play This Game  Enter tlte Post������i--Juds5nc Competition whlcTt  Ie beius conducted in Canada tor th* benefit  of ih������ Vetenuia" Associations, and to which  BOVfUL.    XEN91TED     bos    donated    prises.  totalllns i30,C������WI, about $liJ^!8SX0.  Thesa are dlvMeiJ in 2,093 priies, each ol tlie  first three  being really a fortune In  itaelT���������  Tbe amounb) aro approximately am follow-* :  1st Prize      -   $55,555  2nd Priste, $13,8S8~-3rd Prise, $4,S5S  sliuS 2.095 other jirlies ol varyins valuer.  SENBj? a donation OF SIJ������  ��������� U*ery <!onor o������ $l.3> is presented whli a  Ti<ket-fi>l<!er. c-a "whj-o-h shteni *>i the -n;������-������t  ������clel.rat������tl DOV.RH4 fostera ������re lepro'.hrce.l  'in   full colors.  A\1iic1i are the 12 1x*st, in crJer 0! merit, i^  vh.^t y*n cnus; dewide. 0"?������e fc0<lex ������l-,ows ������iu:  what you mutt Jo.    Ii ia a fn?cn:at������i)K g-june,  i������rU'������K  . jranse.  IViBvad'or.s   c.houM   V   ma������!e   to   r.r.y   cf   tlie  ioll-owingf   ortjjinixationjf    w    Jlicir "liranclie*  vhsch   are  actNcly  ir.tere<te<l  n.n<l  .1*1:"  2-,������l;������ :  Veteran������' Amiu tf Great Britain, TJ3S I*������rlc  A������������.r M(Mifcr������������l3 <5r*at War Veteran*' A������������n���������  Citizen Btdjr,. Ottuwa: Army and Navy  Veteran* In Cnnjkda, 521 niihoj������ St.. Montreal ; ImpefUl Veteran* in -Cj������n>da, 7������4 Main  St., Winnip������!jj  Albest.-y Fox r;.rsn.r.  There wero 2-1 fox farhuj in Albetlta  in/1022, in. comparison with only halir  t������.������t number the previous your, aocord-  fnvi to a report Issued by the Bureau of  Statistics nt Ottawa.   .'  j  la1 n mini Is unable to make g;ood on:  his own account   he    usually    points j  J with pr.Mu to his auccalorH. |  i*i&l*������Tr  BEHfljBi^WwnM^mno  *HlM*(sa������i^f������^!������^  WJJ^^^ifW!^^ THE  C&E&TON  REVIEW  Local and Personal  For Saus���������Goal heater, price $10  R. Clarke, Wynndel.  For Saoc���������Washstand and dresser.  Mrs. W. it. ISrown.  A. E. French is a business visitor at  Crow line points this week."  horse,  will   do  F. W. Ash,  Fob  Saus���������Brown  anything on ranch.,  QFOB SAts ������a Rbkt���������Fossr-pooBo  cottage, b&rtly furnished. Apply Mrs.  W. K. Brown.f  Wanted���������Two pigs, about three  months old, state breed and price.  Apply Review Office.  WHBTC HEIFER LOST  Lost, since last spring, pure white  heifer, branded TSD an left ribs  and both ears over-sloped. $5 reward  to party giving- information leading to  recovery.   J AS. ������������AViS, creston.  Anglican GhursSi Services  SUNDAY. JANUARY 27  CRESTQK  7.S0 p.m.  navm  *fcft  ff������&������  tfk  aril  i  Mrs. M. J. Ben inner and daughter,  Doris, left on Wednesday for a short  visit with friends in Kelson.  B. Hose of Mcdieine Hat, Alberta, is  here on his animal vacation with bis  brother J. F��������� and Mrs, Rose*  Mrs. Jessie !Lewis, teacher of piano  forie, Royal Academy of Music, Xion  dosi, Lament Bldg., Creston.  Birth���������At  Silvertcn,   Oregon,   on |  January 23rd, to Mr. and Mrs.  Alvin  Mobart (nee I������yaae) a daughter.  Wajntbi*���������Cider press and spraying  outfit. Give full particulars and state  price. Apply P.Ov Drawer 38,. Creston.  Mrs. H. jL. Crostbwait, was a Cran-  broos visitor on Thursday, accompany  ing Mrs. Ash to the hospital   In   that  toi������p.  Creston Board of Trade postponed  annual banquet will be held nn Thursday night, January 31st., at the Norris  bakery.  18. A. Vachon- a former provincial  police here, and for the Bast three  years located at Salmo, is reported  transferred to Issvermere. ~~  Tbe February meeting of the Presbyterian ^Ladies' Aid will be held at  the home of Mrs. Sherwood on Friday  afternoon, February 1st, at 3 o'clock.  FOR Sai<k���������15 barrel metal tank,  horse and harness, Massey-Harris disc,  Cupboard, Savage rifle, box heater,  wiii- take'2 foot 6 inch wood. H..F.  Wood, Creston.  T/ick Randall of the^Ezchange  barber shop staff, got back on Sunday  from Prosser, Wash., to which place  he had been called a few days previous,  due to tbe death of his father.  Nsb stated anreount was awarded, how-1 Wednesday it was almost noon before]  ever, the trial Judge leaving it to the I the day9s work was completed.  two parties interested to agree on this |    ������ ..   -u  -������-   i *   ���������    ������*  ������^������������ *.At.'������i         ������   -.������������.���������! -  i I    Rev. M. varley was nere from Cres-  p-oinSs ss������������ is* the  case  off failure  b|r.i������._    - -> ���������  thess to agree  the  registrar '' of  the I  court will fiat the sum to be paid.    No '  furlrher uetaiis are available as Messrs.  Constable snd Garland   have   not  returned from the coast as yet.  tun for   Cruw7CSa  "W.- E������asher of_ Glenlilly,,^ who is a  landowner jn this section, is a Ctinyon  visitor this week, a guest of Mr. and  Mrs. Wearmouthv  Tom Hickey, who is fur buying at  East Kootenay points, and J. Butler,  who Is employed at'Kitchener, were  home for the weekend.  Miss Muriel I������notti, who is in charge  of the school at Sirdar, was a weekend  guest at her home here.  loir and Neils&n  Hone better  Few as good  Hev= -B; O* Freeman of Oran brook  was the speaker at the Methodist  Church service here on Sunday afternoon* He is conducting a week of  special meetings at "Creston at present".  Mr. and Mrs. Messenger, sr., who  have been guests fur a couple of  months with Mrs. Glen Messenger,  returned to their home near Seattle a  few days sago*  serviee on Sunday last.  svenis  I  Wilson at  the- -quarry   will  pe  short his summer supply of pork. Co  Monday last ihe yard engine ran over  a couple of likely looking hoge belonging to him.  Tme bridge crew is again at work on  repairs to the trestle having Just completed putting in some- new supports  at the coal chute. -  Amongst the many congrabulatoiy  messages mayor-elect Raiment of Cranbrook received on Thursday night last  was one from our own -Mayor 'Daly  whose'greetings are reported to have  been stated in his usual terse,-fashion,  S'Atta boy, AS. -"Victoria next stop."  Radio listeners-in all over Canada  heard the heary ha, ha, ha, that the  terminal city's new mayor broke-loose  with ori"reading the telegram.  Watch for-our  Announcement  Next Week.  b3������  Ffllllt TdaasMi  Itfs   vltfll  UUEty   nuciiuj  :*k ������Sw  1  I  A   D   NflBBlO  S  T3  Senator and Mrs. Gillis ~i>f White-  wood, Sask., were Creston visitors a  few- days at the sad of the week with  the latter*s brother, R. L������amont. They  left on Monday on a trip to Vancouver  Mrs. Bennett is giving a silver tea  at her home on Thursday next, Jan-  Mary"3Ist, from 3 to 5.3G for therben-  fit of the public library. The proceeds  will be used for the purchase of new  books.  The high gehon! pupils with a number of the .other young people of town  were entertained at an oldtime sleighing party last Friday night, which  -concluded with a bean supper and  other hospitality at the home of Mr.  and Mrs. C G. Bennett.  D. Keer, a St. Mary's prairie farmer of Cranbrook," was a business visit  ^r'here* on'"I'fe'Mi'edHy l������St- -and durlne  his stay made the-purchase of six head  of Holsteiri cat* le from C. O. Rodgers,  part of the ������ais"y" hero lit* ia wintering  -on the former W. V. Jackson  ranch.  iw^r. jiupilu io  ereection of quite a commodious barn  on his twenty-acre tract ^?hssh he  bought from the I*. S.6. early last fail.  Qsiitea. few of the Eiickson and  Canyon tanchers are busy with the  ice harvest on the Goat viver near the  high level bridge... The. frozen fluid  has   a    thickness  of    almost twenty  ff sips rujiii lyiaiisigs a!iu anusit  iw In stock, with msn������ Seis !aip"v??nents  nil  HIV  REMEMBER THE  FORD  HAS  ���������The Highest Re-Sal^ Value  ���������Hie Lowest Cost to Buy  ���������The Most Economical to Run  ���������The Least in Repairing  ���������And the Best in Service  Another six inches of snow arrived  on    Tuesday    and  is   providing   the  lumbermen    with   the   best   hauling  conditions that  have obtained here in  ; tbe last six years.  A. G. Saumel80n has 'a crew " of  twelve men and three teams at work  tie making and hauling ties to tbe siding. At leafrt half tbe crew are Canyon men.  OREBTON AUTO   & i^UWJLU^c  "R. S. SEVAN. PRCP.  3SSOB  M"������������"M������S������  IMPROVEMENTS IN THE  Mrs. C. H. Allan of -Portland, Ore.,  .accompanied by her little granddaughter, SSileed Davis,7tare visitors here at  present with Mrs./Fred Davis.  include  Nickel  Plated Radiator   Shell,   Dambell  Radiator Filler Cap, Roomier Rear Seat  Extra Fine Body Finish    -  type  I  ��������� f^*������?a*a*veMt'RWi i i  We Thank You!  We would like to take this  rneane of expressing our appreciation   of  the very generous  patronage accorded our Jaim  ary Clearance Sale.    It was a  genuine clearance in which we  moved   a    very    considerable  part of our winter lines and at  the  same time  gave our ens  tomers and  friends an opportunity to   buy other   goodte at  prices that   mean  a very atih-  stantil   saving.    The   pleasure  was mutual, we trust, and the  profit youro.  At the January meeting of Creston  Masonic Lodge on "Wednesday evening  last the retiring W.M. T. W Bundy  was presented with a past master's  jewel from the lodge, the presentation  being made by R.W. Bro. Mallan-  ] daine, at the supper, which was the  concluding feature of the session.  Usual   Week-End  Specials cancelled  this week���������due to  stocktaking.  Serrise  PliCIS  Rev. E. XV. MaeKny of Cranbrook  is expected to arrive on Saturday and  assume charge on Sunday evening of  the united Methodiat-Presbyfcerian  special meetings in the bitter church  which will continue.throughout.next  week. The attendance' each evening  this week h������s been quite encouraging.  Mrs. J. W. Hamilton is now agent  for the Sptrelta Corset Company of  - Canada, and has on hand a good sup-  jj ply of these corsets, and accessories;  hIso rubber goods, aprons, gloves, etc.  She will be glad to show these to any  bsdles who care to call at her residence  Hiriy Monday frtfternoon, and will also  measure and ftt clients at their own  homes.  Hardly had the Review been off the  press lawt   Thursday   afternoon   with  the announcement that aserYB weather  | wks at an end, than the mercury  starterl on another downward trip giv-  j' ing the Valley a weekend; cold s'pelB  that produced a touch of 37 helow on  Sunday morning. It eased off, however, again on Monday, and tho first  signs of the January thaw were in  evidence on Wednesday and Thursday*  At the annual meeting  of  Crouton  Valley Public Library, on the 14th, th������  ot������! looard w������iw re-elected' for jariothw  year, as follows: C B. Garland,,  cbnirnmn; Mm. J. W. Hamilton, aecre-  twry and Hhrarinn; Mrn. Kbbiitfc, CapL  Crornpton, W. J. TrenB-coft. The librarian's report nhowed a membership  of 55 last year, all of w hoin had hIidwh  a decided preference* for fiction fn  ihfit iw-wKHlii-iw-. J������i-(>t ovt*r iKWfl vrshintif-n  of thl������ sort b������������lmff given out In IfWS.  There are now between 700 hwiI BOO  bor������k������������Lt,hfr tlifep������������Knl of library patronh.  Wordjirri^d  on Turnday  that tB.-n  O.IJ.O. bful won their huU hgainst the,  Orenton   Fnilt  Oroweiw.   ITnkm, Lira  ited. for an overpayment  of Ml0,200 Urn  rinnnoi'Unn with 1IK22   ifrutB, Hilling, thus  cane bring heard at  Vonoonver In tr������������  Hnpicror Court nl the end off tin* wc������'.U.  got back, on Thursday last from Vancouver,' where they have been stopping  for almost the past enouth.  Many of the local ranchers are busy  with the ice harvest on the Goat river  ������t the high level bridge* where the  cold weather has pub an ice coating almost two feet thick.  A. A. J. Collis, the well known  Creston. music teacher, has extended  operations to' Erickpqn, and is taking  pupils here one day a week at present.  Charl Ie Botterrill left for Cranbrook  at the end of the week, where he is  resuming a former poBition he had  with the C.P.R. brakeman.  According to the official report of  the postmaster general the revenue at  Eiricfcsnn poB toffl.ee fos* ^,the year ended  last March was $811. ' At Kitchener  the figures were $?06Y  The excellent sleighing that prevails  is accounting for it daily haul of tics  to the Canyon siding of'at least six  ciirlonds. All the surplus mnle labor  in the Erickson seoilon is on 'the,payroll of the Putnam, Staple* & Palmer  sawmill at Goat River Crossing at  present.  The West Erickaon water users oi>  gnnization had a-bualnees sessior4 at  the Kel, Andrew home on Saturday  evening, and tho -shareholders of tho  oo-opes-fttive st������������re are meeting in  annual session todeiy.  STANDARD EQUIPMENT  now include* C&RD TIRES and ALEMITE  GREASING SYSTEM, at the new  REDUCED PRICE of $880.00  f.o.b. CRESTON  AnnJnn^ ft? i:hffl^f* m������\/1olo -So o-v-rfcoinl-jnfl cl������rnr������f.lv  COMPARISON    SELLS    CHEVROUETa  Ask about theGaMA^C. Plan oir������tefarwd Payments  CHEVROLET MOTOR CABS AND  TKUOK8  AOBNTGi  FATRDANKe-MORSK MGHTIKO  PLANTS*: GJIJi HNG1NB8  'I  ���������BS������a  Sirdar  W. D. Tuohey returned at the end  of the week from a   business   visit   to  tioabl. p<dniMi  Miss Muriel Knott, teacher, was a  weekend visitor at her home at Canyon. She ia having great aucccea with  the pupils and the trustees are fortunate to secure a lenuhor of her ability  at the middle of thetorm.  Ttn-ftldpntn of'^SCfts'^hwook n.re taking  full H(lv*nt.������g������ of the sleighing to  stock   up   Sirdar    customers   with   a  MeawmV nupply of wood.  "V. Chew bo, J<-.,   aArt   G������ao. Cam, Jr.,  worm buslncsB'vl������ttora ������t  Croston   on  Thursdsy last* on n catUo buying trip.  tfroEghb traffic n������amn to bo getting  Htusftdily heavier ������i������l the yard crew is  putting In long hours at present.   On  It Can't Leak Because It*s  Made In One Piece  From top to bottom, the Kantleek Hot  Water Bottle i8 moulded into one continuous piece of soft, pliable rubber���������no oeamS;,  bindings, patches or splices. Even the metal  stopple socket is vulcanized right into the  nedc. And the stopple is fastened securely  to the bottle.  Every Kantleek Product is guaranteed fo������  two yeara,  PRICE, $4.00  DIAMONDHOTWATER: BOTTLE $2.25  guaranteed one year  SPRAYS.   ATOMIZERS.    SYRINGE ATTACH-  MENTS In sf<&cFs. ssS" Tcgtshsr prices*  B\ B 1 BEL"  JUhraggists cur tSttosnoHers  SiBfflW  !M*awWi(!i^tMai^i������j������^.  Si^WH1**^**^^'^^^'-^*'^^^^^  tauUMokfadtfUiwdil  nftmmm  sssssmmm  j*w*.4fi!%(* tai-.-i*a<ra*^w������ A*4w  ^fMm^Mii^SsW^^ "  -.^j^..*. ....������������ ....,������������������������     >., >..s^r.   J^JJJ^^_.,^J^JJ^./MJmJL*fel^t.^-il^JjL^E


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