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 _>  ^1    T^f  EggasagBgsBgs  .-   .J5 "  a^Biisggga^BissiiSim^gigBaoBasMB^^  -*f  VFJLH  vJUbfY"  : -r,_  Vat. XftL'  OBa^TOH, B/C:, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15,1924;  No. 1  Grestoii Schools9  Mies ScHooi^-rC. M. Brooeson, B.Sc.,  Principal. _ "  Number attending, 19. 7, .      - ;r ^  Average attendance. M. -  Highest' standings -Matriculation���������  Loupes - Bevan. .. Advanced.���������^Gladys  Webster? Nfisste HeRatsbT       -,      - '  Division IL���������rJ., I>, Siddons, Teacher.  .   Number-attending, 28.   ^ '- *���������  Average attendance, ^.15.  Highest etanding���������Donald Young,  Jobs HnrreQi SdSth Crswrfosd,, A-a-  aret&a MaODonald.  Perfect attendance:���������Freddy Alder:  sojvBUIy' Hayle? Tom. Cannady. Earl  Christie, Tom Crttsthcr&ifc, . Hisssss  Downsn, Suphemla Fisher, Jean Henderson. Slassel MoswoocL ShSs^s-' -Sasha  ������.������_.., ���������  ������-^r  '   &r������. Tpuhey ,^������ a CrestoV *  between  tra������ne,l''jl������jwj "Tbuivsday  Mrs. Korih wa3"������BO  s ^>  .���������-  . Division I.���������A. J. J ones, Principal.  Grade VIII.: Highest standing~  B&ward Bush, D. -J. Payne, J. Moore.  Grade    VII ���������Elmer   Oisenr    Harvey  Oln-Mtimk&t-  -������ VT   ��������� *������    WAWUMVI4  Perfect afct-easdanee���������Victor Grundy,.  Alex. -Henderson, Louise Nickel, - Bonier Olsen. Marion McDonald} Dorothy Ryckntan. 'Will Manuel, -Harold;  Speers, Lily Wilson; Harvey Gobbet*,  Edward Bush, Charlie CottertU, Edith  Conling, Lloyd Coaling, Eva Hendy*  -Altister Ross, Clarence Staples, M.  West, Henry-Webstci", George Winch  Will Bush. '^  Division Ih���������Miss- dickers. Teacher.  Grade VI.: Highest standing���������Eric  Martin, Verne Olsen, Rophina Andnt-  sow. Grade V.���������Laura Holmes, Hir-  eii Miller, John Blinco  Nickel, i Jack O'Neill, Hilda Payne,  Gwen Webster, Beth West, Donald  Bentfey.  ���������   *  DrvissoK IV.���������Miss Brett, Teacher.  Junior Thipdr Highest standing���������  W&y Pendry* 'Cora Sicsisni. Joan Hilton, Maey Maione. Senior Second  ���������Margaret, Bltnco, Herbert Cowling,  Andrei Miller Roland Miller.  - _ Perfect attendance���������Andrew Miller*  Roland Miller, Frank Morrow, Faye  Pendry, Allan Speers,' Arthur Speers,  Hubert. Ws?t, Jfsck Yassn*;, Lynn  Beaeer, Agnes Biecam. Cora .Biceani,  Sssbi'S't CcuSSng, Tom Crawffo������i,v Ir-  ^������5 *^������-*|������2������������������l._F������sfe Gibb*; Joan Hilton, lames Johnston, Mabel Johnson,  Henry Kirscbi Marjorie Learoaonth  .Frances ������ewis, Mary Majoue.  sailor  last.  vssitrs? &���������������   Ih#  R>etrofk)]|8" last "Iseek,   going   up  on  mtT a aaaae^ *  rS*-  .HrtaiKl Ms*s. JU^isby returned from  ������oast, point* andi^-a week ago.  W. T. Sijinlstej^cf Creston was ere  s>-Connie of ..dsjj^'Jast week dr'vlng  down Htid S������d9������|{ travelling no t too  had- -*_-" -.-.'   r^ '  JSngissser McUl^-tsf the ys������rd essgine  la o������?,OD a. CQ������*!5i^t������?  ' Weeks'    hAlidaVH.  an^inser Percy Graham of Cranbrook  being here to relieve him.  The two  Institute Strikes  <*2JS^*  ������,  connection with the opening of a post  office at Canyon, and- when completed  wi!! be forwarded Hon. J H. King,  minister of public works, and representative    for.  Hbs���������>     Koatsn&y    4t  Ottawa.- -  The Febraary   nseecing   of   Creston  The C. O. Rodgers sawmill at the Valley Women's Institute on Friday  Helme ranch as shut down for a few afternoon was largely taken up with  a general cleanup of tufyard^ arranging the list of sta������d!!!������ corn-  inches of snow on Monday imiltees for 13S2S and selecting conTen-  morning nermitt������d~a sleigh -haul for |oi������ for each nf them. There was &  that day. but the rain at nigbt took it}fair tarnorct of menrhers, ������?Sth three  all away before Tuesday.  -   A special   meeting   ������f  the   farmers  was held at" the schonihousc on Mon  day night whsu   the   __  K ������������������������:    -i,%J*m.*  w ������s������.jr yeai-st.  Division V.���������Miss Laxtnn, Teacher.  - Grade if. Junior:    Highest standing  'r-Allan Staples. Hesper Lewis, ^������esd  Bearer, ^rade I.���������Mt������lie-Moo?e������ DkIs^  Trevelyan, Bert Morrow.  Promoted to Gi%de II3 Senior���������-  Allan Staples, Hesper Lewis, Meade  Bearer, Jack Johnston, Helen Jrlop-  wnod; Arthur Nickel, Shirley Olsen,  Jitsi Downs. Sidney Fisher, Iris T������yk������%  Lily Bendry, 'Frank .Crnmpton, Jack  Payne, George Murreli. -  Proiaott'd U> Grade I. Senior���������Mollle  Mors%, Daisy Trovelyan������ Bert- M������wa������.  ehnt  has resigrned as L^finds he caniwrt at-  _ _ ^ ^_ e. ^-- '<������- --���������__���������  bUKIM JUU Ulw ������-jh>ci������������k������-i3   sum .IS     ^S"TS.     SKS  the. coal as- weS^- "the latter taking  about ail his tinWt������B\he ships a large  amount of _ fruitYsnd vegetables an  season to all poinj^of importance east  off" here..        -      ���������.*&_   ������������_^   _*  ft... ������������n������.  C������a4  fctiet municipality was very thorough'  Sir--  uiaGunacu.  *������ ���������*  thusiaitic in this  were  Perfect attendance���������Rophina An- [ George Coilis, Leah Cahnaday, Clifford  d**osow, John Blinco,, Ena. Christie, jYt������rk8Jnw5 Smilh^ Nellie Payne, Ho3-  Arthar Coulings LaLtle -Conling, Mary jger Johnson, JSsiher Whitman9 ^Ray-  'Goodwtn0 JessieXe3$*a>QOUthc Sris-mStr-.Migohd Sevan, Harold Molisres;, Msp>  tin, HlralS' MiS!sr, CbsLrlie Moore, Jelan ]������--���������������'Miller, Max. Wilson, Rita Nuriris,  Vivian Bioor, John Pendry.  Perfect attendance���������Douglas Aldei-^  ���������Mhn, -Dosris   Bxyfe,   Raymond- Sevan,  McOreath, Verne- Olsen,- Rahdell  Payne, George Philips, Dick Randall,  Altce-Ryckaiau, Xala JRycknian^ Bejfcfcy  gps^s^, 'Aiteszr &pra^: Dopes. 9^|*������tt^  ^^W'^^^r^^^^9^*^^- -^^rJ3S������������3^MOT,fiPfet Mp^M^-^moiiy  DiyisiON IlL^Jasas Wfe������e, -Teacher. -.,.,  *;' GwaSe'-l^^.:';' f B^ghesl "sf-assding-���������  Tom"C^^thwatt,"K^aitarstein WhttGhan,  Harry Miller. "Gritd������ - JV>b���������J������as  Fisher, Thelma. Hayden, * ^Sthel Mtiir^  ._ |-w������y.  usar.i Nickel, Inea 8a i nth .Esther Witt-  rEsai^, Clifford Xorke, Hai-old M������L������r-  ������������������in,' Max. ' Wilson, -James" Doweses,  Sydney "Fisher,Jack Johnston, AjPthnr  Nichols, Alien Staple*, Ja������r������ue Se*������er;  Jim Pa8cwa^.h������s, been awarded the  ���������   . -  _, >-^*.^'   - ���������  coafi chute contract, nnd aoois. ������iv������i ihe  work at the first 'Of*he month. Santo  Pascinsjo, a fathefc%������f' the new contractr  or^heW the samejpb here for eighteen  yeass, Jintgaveife^jp a few years ago,  i������ad Is iibsr pesslo^d off."  Sid McCabe,:B-tWad B, foreman," was  called Its fernie &n:J Wednesday last to  long: over some7vrork doing on the  ���������coaling plant,     -i -  Due to the sprinjr thaw, and heavy  rains" ttsd s-a*ad'between Sirdar' and:  Ktiskanonk h? in-^had shape in spots,  gn^nf nivwnt sh������%ild: *-4u������y cars aprive  by boat from the w������st^;or any autoist  wish io drive to &askanook, could, not  ���������nake the trip as a? rock slide about.a  mile west of Sirdafe; blocks- the' high  A-few, hpy^. seiikwith a' -few  wen; iuubii  coouecuon andnsme  really dead set against it>  iHis'j^l! |-ij������ ������>������i������s������-ii.y were Tnciined k> r  a. policy of watchful waiting until the  Creston Board of Trade ssunscsp���������  coshniittee had a definite report to  submit, which should not he later than  the fore pari of March.  Mrs. Guy Srowctll was hostess ~~nt a  whist on Satnrday night- which proved  one of the most successful functions of  the'sort during the season. The high  scorers were Mrs. Pochin and Mr.  VanAckeran, while ifiis. Kt������lthamniei������  and Mr. Huygen������ took- rhosne -.the  booby trophies.. A sumptuous lunch  was served J^ist befm<e midnight,- the  he������stes������s lieing assisted by Mrs. Hickey  and Mis. Pochin.  -���������������-  ore-ladies joining np, susd m the ab  sence  off - the -president, .Mrs.   M. J.  Boyd, - vice^jprrsldens,    handled    the  meeting in  very satisfactory fashion.  '- Amongst the' correspondence ���������??-ss i.  resolution sent along   by   the  Helson  Institute for endorsement. The resolution provides a remedy that, ihe Kelson  ���������ladies think will go some way toward  Sstsreassa^fruittsi&zs ;ss   tk^t   It  asks  tbat-a  question aire  b*  sent  nil   the  voma'������    organiaiatjons    in    Alherta  which, if answered, will, inform 5������not-  ������ns3^tti8titntes aa to what kinds and  at'what thues the Albea-ta ladies want  fruits.      Where there is a selling organization for the district all these replies will be tusned over to the market -  ing concern to take " care of the bus  Iness    Crestos    Institute    will    take  a month to investigate the workability  of the resolution and Mrs* fidmondson  and her eonimittee on a^rienitnre will  |>ring In a report u,i the March meet-  As the Institute is in need of work  jing capita* it was   decided to  have   a  whist drive with concert nninbers in  ~ - the Parish hall oh the evening of Friday, Feb. SSnd, and nt futnife meetings tbrengisoat the  year  Use laasee  SATURDAY &  MONDAY SPECIAL  Particularly in this sort of  weather one cannot be too care  fn! in the seleotinn of Toilet  Soaps, Cheap- Koapft--are the  dearest in the long run and,'he  aidea, there ie no occasion to take  any ohancca when we ofl^r you  nuch well known brands an those  listed ':��������� l^lc^Viij^^fc^^-iflwe-^lp^c^a that  will obtain here for 8ntiirdfli.y  and Monday eellh������������.' ������\\d, lot  nn repeat. Soaps like these keep  well hut we caaviiot Kuarantee  thcee pricea to l>e duplicated  therefore oiiyihi? for  future -need������ oliould  the If ;rif ty fthopjpp**. ������������������  it  hoped tne  proper.parties will give  ���������attention at-nhce.      -- A  ' A vvrySne^cord party   with  dance  was held in 'tbe WbiteasSe- ball on tbe  Mr. and. Mrs. W. Pes-cival of Yahk  were here for the week end on a vibit  with Mr: and Mr������>. R. Dodds.  reasonable  apjy^al  to  koyal Crown Bath  ���������'      3 Bars 30c.  ��������� J     . '  ' ���������   .   : ,-     .._  iOc. Bar   .  ffl^y ff^Bffl  ^r    ' |k*^gffi JiBnH.KjS  \R. J. Long Vus a business visitor in  Nelson over the week end, returning  on Tuesday.  Mrs. Kyle Kelly, who has been here  on a visit with'Mra.-Harrison* left last'  week for Kingsgate where she will  make a short stay before sroing .on to  Detroit, Mieh., .to join her huakuvnd.  Miss-Kate Boffey, who has been a  Nflson visitor the past few weeks,  arrived home oil" Thursday lawt.'  ������.venins 'of Febrssary-Sud. . Xhere was.  n larg^ t.iiafi*)Bt and -- eve'i-yone -had   &  a good-time*  . - " -  i  Mavnr Daly is around in, his usual  g������Mid health but is advising all citizens  to stand up by their heavy underwear  until nt least ths .end of February.  His guess is that we. will; have quite a  severe cold snap abojb^the middle of  the month, after which the rose bushes can be uncovered and preparations  made for an early start at all spring  work. .   "  wondT and Mrs*. Spears are alt at Cran-  brook this week .for a few days attending the annual session o^the Women's  Missionary   , Society^ of --.Kootenay-  ', Major" Mawindsuoe' an^^rt i*ortwr  ������rere at {5onners Ferry ������ o^^E^Sesday  night representing Creator/' Xodge at  'she dedication ^ of the new <- Maaonac  teiiiple in that'town.. The dedicatory  exercises were impressive-throughout  and there was an attendance "of almost  600 members^- of the craft .from "all  points in, Idaho for the ceremony.  Murcock   McLeod    of  who was at Creston on a  Visit on Sa tuiilay, wai. a Siiti day guest  of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Klihgensmlth.  Vancouver,  professional  A number of the " Bticksiin young  people were tit Wynndel on Saturday  night for the diince given ,l������y the Kill  Blare Club, and hud a0mo������t eu joy able  evening from all accounts./     ���������  Pruning operations are in full swing  at most of tne ra oches.' .The oldest  old tinier cauiiot recall a spring When  nuiibture conditions were more favorable than at present.     -   "  Attendance at the Mrickson school  Is on the light side at present due to  an outbrenk of meimleR auiongivt ��������� the  youngHtets in thiH section. They arc  of.a mild type, fortunately.       ^  CresUiu, Growers, Limited, Jcmded  a car of apples helre"last week which  cleans'up all the, surplus stock In this  line In the hands of Gt-owers* Limited,  nbippers.'  Mr. and Mv������. Fiank Staples were  treated to an old time surprise puity  nn^MturdMCy night by quite n large  n\������iuber of friends from both Krlckson  aW'Creston. Dancing was.the feature  of the evening, which wuu thorouprhly  enjoyed by all, * -7  The recent mild. spell has given an  ample water supply at Klocknaann,  and most of the Ounyonites whin were  hoin������fit������m that point have returned  to work at the Continental mine.  Mr. Hurl -ts again-conlined bo the  houflii suffering from a riith^iv severe  spell of hi������ old trouble,::heryous'-: Bjpea:k-.  dowii, ������������������ '���������77':''v;'.  A iietititui is in circulation here in  6RANDI nEATRE  S8tUfd3Jf9 jEBi  PRESENTS  Const. J. S. Clark. R.C.M.P.. Calgary, who has been here -on a month's  visit with Girp. and Mrs. Smith,-left  on Wednesday for- Reginu, Sask., toj  which point he has been transferred.  If his health is fully recovered Const.  Clark will probably be leaving at tho.  end of May for a three year*e st������ya,i  the posts in the far north and Mackenzie lliver posts. -  The   municipal    committee   of  the  Board of Trade in meeting at the office  of President Garland   this   afternoon  for a final conference with it3 delegate  who leaves for Victoria on Saturday  for the purpose of assembling all poso  ible information -on both -village   nnd  distract municipalization.   It Ib the Intention, alno, to visit a couple of vtliag*  and  rural    municipalltlea  similar  to  Creston and Bncl out at first hand how  things  work   put   where  both -thene  forms of self-government are m opetr-  ntion.  The annual meeting of the Get-TW  gether  Girls* Club   wna  held   at  the  home of Mvsrrftitdgate on Friday last,  at which the officers for the year wWe  elected as follows: . Leader,  Mrs. Lid  ga te.   President.' Mtso  Gladys  Webster.    Vice-president. Mlim X*lly Burner, v. Secretary,    Miss t) Mai-ton   Lear-  month. Treasurer, Misa. Ruth Lldgata.  AwJlt.,������,^',   KlbH .... An������u4'������tt.tw   SIc.BJoi������w3^1.  Thr jpl.Hb hsB it highly successful year  In I02P������ nnd with an. ��������� equally  enthuBi-  ontlc membership oven better  things  'are looked forlh,111254."  ���������gas, "wii* coesjprise tfea " s^freabnsen*  committees froas aacnth to aaon^ wSl  also be expected to arrange for the  musical numbers to be presented at the  session at wbtca they are tea.hoate&see, ,  ^K������y r^&OS^^^^^a^3S5������|^s: .  ^ 1^^ standing ebroan'tiie������B  was^cut Almost in;haiffp and for 1824  the ffolIowin&.commif&Ben velil be heard  from as opportunity prjasenta, the eon  ���������QQCir *je������53g iSSiOWSS  SO   -s������������m   CuS   o������  more ladies to complete each committees  Agriculture���������Mrs.   T. M.   fi&nsnnd  son.  Public Health���������Mrs- J. P. Johnston.  Home Industries  and.  Economies���������  Mrs^-C. G. Bennett.  Publicity���������Mrs. Cherrington.   "  Cnnauiunity. Needs and Institute  work���������Mrs. &. A. ML Young.  Current Events���������Mrs. J. \9. Ham-,  ilton.     ^  Better Schools���������Mrs. M. J. Boyd.  The umsical features included tsonge  from the community sheet, with Mrs.  J. A- James presiding at the piano* a  solo by Howard Allan, and a piano  duett by Mra. James and Mias Lillian  Cherrington. ,;  The tea hostesses were the directors,  Mr*. Boyd, Mrs, Cherrington, Mra.  Hayes and Hn. Hayen, which attracted a freewill offering of  91.00,   which  goes U> the crippled oMldr*" . fonid -at  Vancouver.'."';'  Under rVomtn'e lemHtate  Hall  m *w V*  *^#        9%\  t,m*mi*k������m  i  ���������"������-*<.  ^kCH  nuich snow and the Home Bank failure,  already one new automobile   hw������ been  i**������5m (ii Fer������i������ this year.  Made with magnificence.  ; i ��������� ..        ���������. -     . ���������      I'-;- ��������� ��������� ,  ��������� -  IJftec!  above  every standard  of ecroen delightj  I    , BieOULAR F.liOES  2 m* B  Am  Mr. 'and. Mra. W. SI. Craxrfisrd et  tertalned Creston , Masons at tha  lodcrn's February at home on FVrhlay  night, at which player* for six tables  of whiat were In evidence and nome of  the highest score* of the season were  made by alt tho plmyera. w������th the eve*  nine's honor*) going to Mra. Frank  Putnam end Major Riallandafne. A  gtumptuottn lunch wan wrved kfimr  cards, with Mra. Norris ajislating, and"  ���������VlUi^KtrH w^l* *��������� (Hi P#������<A ������f*Yl ���������������*%��������������� v*i*'1mwj***������c������.*������1l ���������mm**^ t-%*. -m  **mm-w*,-m>*     ** ��������� + \+ (       -s##^������..*J -*^ ������t>MM *"��������������������� ���������*������**���������������   k*m\ * * 4 t������������M ������*������������������  nnmtier of selections, rounding out an  evening of raw* pleasure for tb* entiiw  company.  CARDS at 8.30 Prompt.  aT* aTli_.-* af^"*  l^O^BS*     Mr1"13B@&    ^.SlVCma  mTth ._ BW..~ ^. l. W.. _���������.���������^.. ^. j^. M\ j. ^^jaaaaWva^Bajaar  MeMmfeonntwnws  &crvea  followed    by   a   short  Musical Programme. .  a m,A mw���������y.**n*^m%m       tp*������%,  EVERYBODY WELCOME. THE    REVIEW, - CRESTON,  OPENING  1  -BY'-:      -   :--'':   -.'"  ���������   ELINOR MARSTiEN/BLIGT'   .  Author of '-itj' Cari"ada/?>.sin<3 Other  Stcrlies      '" '"''f:'   ���������  Published by Snecial Arr&rtg-emerst  ���������Willi the Author  (Continued)... .  CHAPTER EIGHTEEN  January*.and? ^February: '; went -��������� by  quickly, with little to.nmrk their passing but longer days and farmer sun-  - shine. Twdiv6r tliree rather bad  storms isolated us for a few days at  a time, and once we realized with a  shock that we-had not gone for the  mall for two weeks���������-indisputable evidence, that we could exist. with little  assistah.ee from the outside world.  !i"ha.d one rather interesting experience 'when I kept' the Severn children  for a week/ so that GWen might go to  Winnipeg for the convention of Soldier Settlers' wives. I -was convinced that Gwen needed a, complete  change���������-the winter was getting oh her  nervesV'she told ine, and she was getting on. Ja,ck'st She might have talE-,  I en the children with her, of course, or  Jack might have kept them, but I  wanted to: test out a theory and so I  offered to'take them for the week���������  my idea was that Jack - and Gwen  would appreciate each other and the  children more after a short separation:.  I think I was right. A week of his  own cooking had a salutary effect on  Jack,.I am sure,-and Gwen came home  so glad to see him and. the children  and so full of new ideas that she was  a different woman. She had talked  with soldiers' wives from her old  home in England, had been entertained in- ope of the nicest houses- in "Winnipeg, had gone to. see more "movies"  than she could assimilate, had really  enjoyed the lectures of Domestio  Science and Poultry Raising and the  Care of Children, and had brought  home three new lace patterns and a  ' big box full of souvenirs.  "I guess I needed a bit of a change,"  she informed me innocent^ when she  came, to get.the children. "I do get  so. fed tip with everything here sometimes. . But if you's heard some of the  women, talk S I met a girl from home  who is living where there isn't even a  tree in sight, and her husband thought  she should have stayed at home instead of running off for a good time  by herself. And her almost crazy  with^the loneliness, poor thing!"  The twins and I had a-wonderful  time with the children. Gerald was  four and Molly almost two, ;and, just  between ourselves, they were a handful. Gerald is spoiled-^it is at sham*;*  for lie is really a nice child���������and  Molly is the most niischevious little  , rogue it has. ever been my privilege  to meet, scarcely out of one scrape  before she is into another. I had always considered Nicolas the most active of small girls but Molly was twice  as hard to watch, and so funny and  lovable with it all that I could never  Hue patience with her.  Our children and the Severns never quarrelled but once, and that was  when Gerald slapped Rupert and Nicolas proceeded to give him what Murray described as a thorough beating  up. ' Molly came to Gerald's aid and  when I reached the scene of the conflict I found Nicolas and Gerald both  in tears, Rupert trying to pacify them,  and Molly calmly engaged in removing the eye from Nicolas' favorite doll.  Peace was restored eventually and a  few minutes later Molly was discovered on a chair by the kitchen table,  dipping the blueing bag vigoi<ously up  and down in a pitcher of milk.  "Molly make pretty milk:" she ex-  ��������� ���������lainied. showing all throe dimples.  I really missed tlie children when  ���������iwen took them home. I think I  must bo raihor like Mr,". Mowbray.  The next experience that marks tho  winter was vory different.      For the  Fenwick  as  usual, but every w������.-ek or so I made  It a point, to call on her. She was  very well, and very haw:>y. while she  was. not the woman lo talk about what  nhn felt hjost doeijly. anyone could see  Jhat  she  was  almost .overcome., with  3������>v ������������������'���������������������������  "I am not nt all Tiervou.'V' whe told  me mult!, "*>\ eoiir.M's 1 know than my  age is against me, but then J havo always be eh ;-<i.roug and healthy and 1  Miow how to take care oi" myself."  Mr. Fenwick did enough worrying  for both���������I am Merry now' that I uweil  io fell Murray it wis trood for him.  Tie whm kindness jCseff toJhln wife, Hold nd imil thoughtful thai:'J Home������i������3e.s  wondered if T bad boon mistaken in  thinking that sentiment had  little to  ������Io      Hii-'u      .'.luiJV   UUi'ii������i^'<'.        Jle   ieUhl.  havo boon greatly warrio<l  about hi.-'.  liU.slnftss affair*, too h������. had told Murray that two had crop* and I ho fir*-  had almoin "cleaned lihit out."' and thai.  ho could i.ot vjor.liiev ruvt'������t.!i������'-r ,:\;eri.  suotjertMkut of ouho'iihies. It w>--:  ���������>iily to ho f'Xjicoli'il that while ho undoubtedly   Hhnr.il   Id?-   wife'ri   joy   h>-  best rf-.i~.an in the world Mr,-:.  had not boon coining to    see   me  l^^ff    QB    hi    B^gta  ii'iiwisioil  mmmmmm^mmmmmmmmmwmmmmmm  inust often have regretted bis inability to do more for her. But she, I am  sure, missed nothing, she was beyond  aH that.  it was early one Monday morning  that I was sent for. One o% Gagnou's  men, who lived beyond the Fenwicks,  called on his way to Spruce Creek with  a message "that .Mrs.. Fenwick was  very ill, and that Mr. Fenwick wished me to come 'to' her.,'  I could neither take the children  with me nor leave them alone long  enough for Murray to drive sne over,  eo I took my snow-shoes^and followed  the short-cut through the bush, a-road  that saved almost a mile. There  was still a great deal of snow in the  woods, though it was melting quickly  in the-open.  A very haggard and anxious man  met me at the door."  "'Thank God you have come!" he  said as he gripped my hand. -"  And then I heard the tiny wail that  once heard is never mistaken.  I found Mrs. Fenwick very weak, but  very brave.  "I'll be quite all right in a few-  days," she said faintly, "but any poor  baby    .    .     ������  A poor baby he was, tiny and blue,  and wrinkled like a little old man,  with claw-like fingers that clutched at  one's very heart.  It was Mr. Fenwiclc who told me  what had happened, as we sat together  in the kitchen after I had done what  I'could for Mrs. renwiclc and the baby.  He had" gone to Spruce Creek on  Saturday and during the late-afternoon  Mrs. Fenwick had noticed that the  two Ealf-grown colts had broken loose  and gone into the part of the stable  where the oats bin was. It was  strictly against ox-dors for her to go j  near the stable but the colts were valuable -young animals and ,she knew  they might injure themselves by overeating, so she went out and coaxed  them back into their loose boxes and'  closed the door. Then, I suppose because she was tired and perhaps excited, she had slipped on a piece of  ice just outside the stable door, and  when Mr. Fenwick. came home after  dark lie found her very ill, so ill that  he did not dare to lea\e lier alone  long enough to go for help. The baby  was born Sunday morning, two months  too soon, and until I came on Monday  the little family was alone.  There was not a great deal-that I  could do but Mrs. Fenwiclc seemed  glad to have me, and Mr. Fenwiclc was  grateful out of all proportion. He,  poor man, blamed himself for the ac-1  cident, just as i������ anyone can tell what  two crazy-col ts^are likely to do. on a  spring day27     '"    '"'"'       ' "      '"' 7  Mrs: Fenwiclc was wonderful. She  never thought of herself,' but always  of the little son. And, so weak, and  ill that even speech was an effort; she  told ide.what I miist do for him. I  had '.never-, touched a new baby and so  I was fearfully nervous* butl did as I  was told and soon had the pitiful wee  mite- as warm and comfortable as he  could be made.  'T am" so glad 3rou are a nurse,'.', I  said to.Mrs. Fenwick, making conyer-  sation'to cover- my awkwardness rather than because I expected hereto take  any interest in what I was saying. "I  love to do anything I can for you and  the son -and heir," but I'm so. very  ignorant���������I'll be glad .when Mrs.  Mowbray comes. I told 3rou that I  had sent Goulet on to her, didn't I?  I only wish she had been your nearest  neighbor, she is so capable and has  had so much experience -of every  sort." >���������  Mrs: Fenwick shook her head and  her eyes filled with tears.  "It was you r wanted," she said.  "Mrs. Mowbray's children are men and  women now, that makes her jeeia  much farther off than you with your  little folk."  But when Mrs. Mowbray came a.few  hours later she was a towei* of  strength to all. - She brought provisions sulilcient to last for several  days, and installed herself as housekeeper and nurse combined, laughing  off all Mr. Fenwick's protests.  ��������� "Jt is no more than ono woman  should do for another," she assured  hira. "I'd not be able to look my  mother in the faco when we moot tip  vonder if 1 let you send for a stranger  to look after your wife."  Our nearest doctor was tliirty-uvo  miles away, and the telegram Mr.  Fonwick s-ont in with Goulet Monday  morning brought only a reply from the  doctor's wife to pay that he had gone  to soo a pnitlont, ten miles away in. tho  opposite direction and would not be  baek in llmo to cat oh that"'day's train.  By that time tho train had left. Winnipeg, bo to send thoro for a doctor  wr/iild havo been equally futile. There  wan nothing to do but wait for Wednesday's train.  Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday  wo fought for tbo baby's life. l/osa  experienced l.hai.i Mrs. Mowbray, I did  not give sbn littlo follmtf up until Pi*.  Martin fold uh, when bo arrived Wednesday evening, that, it wart only n,  matter of a few bourn. Kven thou I.  hoped pgulnril hope, thinking J saw  Hlgn* ol' increasing vltnllty and per-  Klsting In th������i treatment, that -Mrs.  I'Vnivir.k and the doctor bad agreed  upon. liut enrly Tinin-tijay morning  the babj died. >  .Mr. Kenwlek wan inconsolable,  "V only I emi'M h;iv- *���������������������������*���������,\\ fop |hn  <\t*ru,r nt i'-is-h-i*.," im !-(.|i| <<> n������r> over  and over,"' but not n, houI panned the  b������>u.-������* ull: "L'ny Rnndiiy sum! I dlil not  liar*'  to have/'  it wiei M������'H, ,\li������wbjn> who brought  hii*'i the Ha-Ht  r:ornf<irl.  "i'oii did all tliat itii^o-ne nonbl ������lo,"  ; hi' said Irs her vJKoroua way. "Ihe  doctor hliriHeir iiay.i you ifilt������4Uhl h������vn n  V'.t.', ,iit*ii t.liai*, hn couldn't Jiavo ckou������i  rrnore   If   ho  laid   be������;n   here   from   the  ASPIRIN  Say "BayerJ, and Insist!  ^ff^s'&^&rt/f ������J&f  ' Unless you see the'nasae "Bayer" on  package or on tablets you are not get*  ting the genuine Bayer product proved  safe by millions and prescribed by  ph3rsicians over'twenty-three years for  Colds Headache  Toothache Liumbago  Earache Rheumatism  Neuralgia Pain, Pain  Accept "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin"  only. Each unbroken package contains proper directions. Handy boxes  of twelve tablets cost few cents.  Druggists also sell bottles of 24 and  100. Aspirin Is the trade mark (registered In Canada) of Bayer Manufacture of Monoaceticacidester of Sailcy  llcacid. While it Is well.known that  Aspirin means Bayer manufacture, to  assist the' public against imitations  the Tablets of Bayer Company will be  stamped with iheir. general trade  mark, the "Basrer Cross."  ������j  Restoring Ancient Relics  May  Take  Years to   Restore  Objects  Found in  King Tut's Tomb  It will require 3-ears to restore accurately jfor later archaeological study  'and^iiblff; observation the relics fouhd  ?*n thfevtf^nb of King Tutankhamen  in tiijB Egyptian 'vaiiej- of the Kings,  says "the current bulletin of,the Metropolitan Museum of Art of New Tork.  The extreme^- fragile condition o������  the aged cloths and vestments make  Impossible their repair or even hand-.,  ling. Three weeks was required to  unpack one small box to enable ~ ex-  peris io note the general appearance  of its objects and -the schemes of decorations placed with accuracy.  Wooden parts of the chariots burled  with the kirig were in good condition;  but the leather harness had been reduced to powder. One robe was decorated with 50^)00 beads which must  be sewed one by one on a copy/ .. Replicas of ancient sandals must- be  made and covered with gold trappings.  PLES  ������������JUVP Jl V>JOJEL*������5  aii sKin diseased such as pimples originate   through  failure  of /th"e3 kidneys and liver.  A 1  JtTLl  1  Dole Bad For .Morals'  General Bramwell Booth, in a' preface to the annual report of the Salvation Army's Social Work,    says:    "I  taiiits'that block the avenues of  - healtHC must be removed. Dr.  Hamilton's Pills do this quickly. They cleanse the system,  make the skin smooth, restore,  roses to the cheeks, and give  clear, dainty complexion.  DR. HAMILTON'S    T  PILLS        , ���������  " s*   '  For" good looks, * good, health,, and  good spirits, there is nothing so sure  as Dr. Hamilton's Pills. 26c boxes,  live /for $1.00. all dealers, or The  Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.      " ������,  \   New  Method   of  Flowing  sometimes wonder ������f what.Is called  'the dole' is not almost, if not quite,  a grave misfortune. I do not think It  possible for the vvdlaHi-y reader io im- i combustion products���������carbon dioxide.  Exhaust from Gasoline Engine is used  For Tearing Up the Soil  . Plowing by explosion is a New Yorker's plan for agricultural improvement.  The exhaust-from the gasoline nactpr  of his new plow i3 led through,hollow cultivator teeth, to the soiI7 and  is there discharged explosively,-tearing up and aerating the ground,  throwin** out weeds and destro^l!!0-  harmful   organisms   and eggs.      The  little one is far better off, poor lamb,  if he had livedo it would-only have  been to suffer, tlie doctor sajrs. Wo  can't make these things out, Mr, Fenwick, but I'm sure 3-011 have no reason  to blame yourself. And It is my opinion that, accident or 310 accident; the  outcome would have been the same."  Dr. Martin had assured me that Mrs.  Feuwick's condition was .as good as  could be expected and that all that  was necessary in. her case was a sufficiently long convalescence. But after the sad little fjtmeral was oyer she  collapsed and 'seemed to lose all desire to regain her" strength. For hours  at a time-she would lie staring Into  space, with an expression in her eyes  that frighteued rue. Had I not known  so well how physical and mental shock  can change a person I should -have  feared that she was losing her mind.  She seldom: spoke, but she seemed to  like me to be with her, so I sta3Ted for  three weeks. Mrs. Mowbray coming every few da$-s to give us a "hand.  Twice , a, week, sometimes oftener,  Murray and. the children, came to see  me. , They were so good, all three oi  them. "We are getting along first-  rate," Murray would say, "you don't  know what a fine housekeeper xny  daughter is. And we don't miss  Mother a bit, do We?"  "No-o" rather doubtfully from the  twins in unison, Rupert adding, "But  sometiiues at bed-time,.. ������.��������� . ." before  Nicolas could stop him.  "I   don't think,"   said   Nicolas -one  day, "that it was very kind of God to  take Mrs. Fenwick's baby back when  she only' had  him for  such a teeny.  while, do you, Mother?"  "But if He didn't take some, of the  babies back while they are new where  would He get the baby angels^' Rupert questioned reproachfully, and I  hugged them both, a new fear in my  heart. Who was I ^hat I should be  spared the sorrow through which Mrs..  Fenwick had passed?  I used to put on my coat and go outside to talk to Murray and the children, Cor I did not want Mrs. Fenwick  to see thqm,- One day just before I  came home, however1,* she masked if  Nicolas might come in to see her.  "Not Rupert, please," she said, "J.  could not bear him just yet."  I did not know what to do. But It  seemed a good sign that she should  express feeling of any sort and so I  called Nicolas in and left her alone  with Mrs. Fenwick while' I pretended  to be busy with some work in the next  room.  I couldS hear tho child's voice, rippling on unceasingly, telling bits of  news about the chickens and her doll  and the now cow we had boughf, the  big pond there was whero the snow  house had melted and how it turned  into ice In tho night but Daddy  ���������wouldn't lot her walk on it���������all the  hundred and ono things that a. child  finds to talk about when she l'oels  sure, of sympathy.  (To bo continued)  agine the moral deterioration and mls-  chlevious influence on all alike*springing from th"is evil thing."  oxygen, nitrogen and water vapor���������all  are beneficial, tending to add fertility  to-^the soil.  FOR BOYS AND GIRLS  "LITTLE FOXES^ByEliw^r>.b.  "Interesting Stories For Young Folks  Published   By   Permission Thomas  Allen,   Publisher  -T  *b=  REVENGE  is  fox  It's fine to havo,. other people look  up f.o you, but tho world soon  tumbles to'the man who carries his  pedestal around with him,  This  blood.  It represents a very, bad spirit.  It means, *T -ani going to pay him  back." "I am going to get even."  "You just see, I'll catch him and make  hmvsorryi". -,���������..  -It- does make Mm:���������-.sorry* not in the  sense of being, penitent and wishing  lie had hot done it, or longing to undo  it; but7sorry; because of the blowThe  getsin return.    ���������������������������������������������.:���������.:.<��������� .Ury^j:...' ���������.-.:7.---.i7.; '.'  It- is a- bitter, heart that takes revenge. It goes .^with a hard, uufor-  :giving spirit.:'''-H&'."���������:':'-'��������� ^ff!yH^":5^T7-p  It is an awful way for girls and boys  to act, because they" should b��������� so  bright7 and "smiling.- ' They are so  fresh and' sunny." They- are-so: young  they should not grow hard .like an old  :shen.���������;.;-..7.      '. "..:���������'* ;���������;;.    ..\  ,>  *They ought to be all-mercj-, forgive-  ness, kindness, because they have so  .much of it sltpwn, to theiu..���������.?-. -.-.  I hate to- sco^a1 kiddle who is always  looking for a chance to hit some one  who happened to hit him.  Johnny Pay-hlm-back once was hurt  when' he was playing with a schoolmate,, and instead of turning up a rosy  face and laughing it off, the way tho  sun does when a piece of mud files up  in the face of the sky,, he opened the  door of his heart and this little fox  began to chew away all his finer feelings. As the fox chewed, Johnn3r  chewed on his hurt, just the way he  was chewing a wad of gum in his  mouth. ��������� Tlie more he chewed the hotter he grew under his collar.  , You see, in your heart there is a  cooling plant called Xovo, but the"  pesky little fox chewed it all up, and  ho got so hot that ho paid' the boy  back and sent him to bed for a whole  month to suffer pain; simply because  he wanted revenge.  I read of a man once who was Injured by another man of high rank in  society, and he said to a Mend,  "Would it not be manly to resent It?"  The friend answered, "Yes, but It  would bo God-like to forgive!"  It is not easy to forgive. It takes  a real man to <Jo it, but it makes you  very much like*'God, who forgives us  so much day after day-"  And tho gentle/forgiving spirit does  so much to niako tho world bright,  while tho revengeful spirit adds so  much to its gloom. Put that In a  house or'a school, and j:ou pull down  all the blinds and atop all tho music  oC life.  Part of tho horrors of tho war wei*o  bred of revenge.  Germany had piled up all she could  whose bite brings , on France in. 1870.     France could stot  forget It, and the terrible thing about  revenge is It-burns"'.so. long. It may  be that even now after victory, aparjss  of that old fire are still burningiri the  heart of France. If it should blaze up  nobody can tell how awful the results  Erlglites up your hearts by keeping  'them .'sweet' with mercy;,:" '"-������������������ 77-"-'v:  Insteadv: of - iaakfhg; yourself-dark  with the desire to-pay back���������just shine  iip a little. 7, Keeji the airafresh, ana.  polish off your ^in-dows and put the.-,  .fiowers of. kln,dhess on the sills and  hand out mercy to-those who pass by.  ' JesUs said, "Blessed are the merciful for they shall, obtain.,mercy." And"  If fou and I can't forgive, how can we  hope id be forgiven?     ,  -Oh, there Is nothing like the sunny  life to cast out the, shadows of hate..  It was the radiant sunshine of Polly-  anna that changed a whole community  and brought two people together who  had not spoken for yearsrso  Smile, don't frown. TLore, don't  hate.. ".'     -^   :- >���������.���������'".'���������.,..' .":>��������� '^  "Are you feeling cross-.to-day?    -  J5top and smile.  :   And of course, If 3-ou feel gaj-,  Wrh3r, you'll smile.  You will find that it wilLpay   ^���������e,:  . ������ICv every where: and .every day"#"'  At; 3fqurf -Wprk of attyourrplay 7   :f  f*.--7Yo#wllI,smile,   sJns'f^sinne.5'1'" -  ,-.   wi  .ity. -;, J   -.! ���������,.. ������������������.-.���������,.- ������������������������������������      > ,-,���������- .;.��������� :,>. ,-i-y ,>    7;  It^was'a piece ofvftho,'> advice ou������  gave another,,     It was this:  "Smile awhile,  And while 3rou smile  r   Another smiles!  And. soon there will bo miles  And miles  ��������� Of smiles...  And life's worth while  Because j-ou smtle."  ' ���������        .������  May I add:  Dou't frown and groan  Or'tbrovsr your stone.  Hut pile up high  ;   Yes. just sky-high  Your Joy and love.  Then by-and-by  Down from above  The holy dovo  Will come and move  Out world with lev0,  WW  WSiolesoniBC!������5M!i!8Refr8sli!ri&  \  V-  ���������?1  ,11, . I .,...  ' 11  Hi  WWW������.l,it.,li  > >i HH.DHII'iili  >  mmmimWmW' THE    BE VIEW.    CBESTON,    B.    C.  Harnessing Oceans Tides and" Waves  Has     Been     tho     DTeam     of  Inventors  Professor Trlschetto, an Italian, declares that if his recently invented  model of a wave motor is adopted the  problem of obtaining power from the  waves of the ocean -wall "be solved.  The extraction of power from the  ocean's movements���������waves and tides  ���������has long been the dream of inventors, as such a source of power is practically inexhaustible; but heretofore  the models have either been failure  or so expensive to operate, as to be  impractical.;"-. Professor., ;- "Trisehetto,  however, claims that with his device  he can generate ten horsepower from  each    square    yard . of ocean surface  used.     7'V   .^ .'-���������       ...;lz\  An interesting -, sidelight1' oh "the pro- j  fessor'sj invention is the fact that he  has been refused aid bj- his own-Government-and . has "announced, his intention of offering ins-device to^Eng-  lish capitalists when it is pcrfecte"u\  jIsYourj^Qse r*  tutted with uoid /  Don't load your  stomach with cough  medicine.  Send healing medication through the  nostrils ��������� send it  Into the passages  that are inflamed  with Catarrh.  It's    easy    to    get  rid of a bad cold, to  drive out Catarrh, to  strengthen   a   weak  throat    by    inhaling  Get       Catarrhozone  from >'OUr druggist1-today..     By using  It  frequently'youv-keep the  air pas-  Catarrhozone.  sages free  from  germs,  and  thereby  Two  bad    cold.  Clmm laisslm Is Useless la Trooacs  just  Climatic    Conditions    Affect    Famous  ������ Remedy of-Dr. Banting  t?   Owing   to-   climatic conditions the  Jstartling announcement is made that  ^nsulin |s a failure in tropical countries. -    An  authoritative  report  issued  makes  it  clear  that  supplies  ���������/prepared in Europe    are    practically  .useless ,-by  the  time, they reach  the  {tropics/ even if hurried forward. This  ils particularly disturbing information  \vhen it is remembered that the ravages of- diabetes are far more severe  'in tue^-opics thaa    in   Europe   and  -^America.  ,:   Ah.  ofQ-clal  communique,  issued  by  iih.& Burma government, says that tls������  prevent    many    a  months'   treatment   *i,w;    oiuaii   sisoj,^ irmulili in raspq of iTlariptF"* in  "PTn-r.  50c.   Refuse a substitute,      By mail fx insulin in cases or aiaoetes in Eur-  at  n't.  QLdramatic results obtained by the use  from The Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.  Manslaughter In 2nd Degree  Using a razor���������bad stuff-  people do it for tiieir corns.  grit is- understood that the date of  opening of the British Empire Exhibi-"  Ubn has been iixed tor April 2y, 1924,  S|. George's Day.  |-The number of-unemployed persons  i vthe United Kingdom has  declined  but many  The only  & sure Is  Putnam's Corn Extractor, which does  ic-move warts and corns, cleans them  right off. " Refuse a substitute  ''Putnam's," 25c everywhere.  for  , Coal By way of Lakes  Great Lakes haulage is the cheapest: method of transportation in the  world;* and utilization of it for bringing Alberta coal to this province appears feasible. Lower rates from Alberta to the head of the lakes could  undoubtedly be obtained. The combined lake-and-rail rate should not be  more than $7 or $S, which would allow Alberta coal to compete with  American anthracite.  ope and America naturally raised the  "|iopes of the many thousand sufferers  *from the" disease in India and Burma.  ������������������TJnfortunateiy, it-had been found that  f nsulin deteriorated very -rapidly im-  -fler tropical conditions, and supplies of  Sufficient-potency to be really effective  3iad not succeeded in reaching Ran-  ���������goon.   ������ ���������   v f  =} A series cf tests Have recently "been  'carried out at- the Pasteur Instituto  '.of Burma with insulin, both of Eng-  Ssia^ia Wills i rS"sHriss^i ^asis  The "healthy up=to~dsse GutLcura  way. "Dip brush "in hot water and  rub on Cuticura Soap. Then make  lathee on face and rub in for a moment with fingers. Make a second  lathering end shs-w������. Anoint anv is���������  ruction with Cutlcura Ointment,thee. |  .wash all'off with Cuticura So&������> -  "Nothing-better for sensitive skins.  B   ��������� "������C_  .������������*...������.. wisS=sssS?Sas3SSs. Taleae:'?!?*. Sold -  : throughout theDomiiii on. CanadiaaDepot; I  Zsmaai. ISmtca, 344 Si. P������sdl St, W.. Sf ���������aSreal.    8  ' ||gBE8P~-Cut������eun& Soap *tuwr������a witlhont mag. |  .   Woman Suffrage In France  Family   Vote   is   In   Favor  V^ath   tbe  Visitors Will Be Looked After  , by 14,520,,the total number now being  J^3L80,20">..r -..---_. ;7..v-).-'. ,: '-- '  ^The agreement' between "the rpowser������  a& to the future status of Tangiers  bias been signed by the British, French  and . Spanish delegates. ,. The'-. plan  marntaihs" an "open door" policy at  the^Moroccan port. .- - -  The Belgian Government, upon being sounded hy Germany^ has let it be  _     n,uu4t;U   tu&t   J-������������ .    xjv.ujl'������JM .   * "���������"-   iiGGSCu,  now" German charge d'affaires in Paris,  would be acceptable to Belgium as  German minister at "Brussels'. -""  The Prime Minister,- Mr. King, celebrated his 49th birtliday annivefsay  hy .doing^a big .day's work. Members  and supporters of .the Liberal Government remembered the .day and a flood  of .congratulatory jnessag'es    w:as. re-  .---%-   ---* '*���������   ��������� -=-.  -.     -    -   -   re  ceived,       -���������  -     -._--���������.. ���������--  The Oliver' Government would aid  the establishment of aa iron and steel  industry in British"' Columbia by .-proposing that the federal government arrange for .the payment of a bount\r  on pig'iron "and similar products manu-  '    Xactured in the province.  -A Chinese officer who has .lust obtained a pilot's-certificate" at thc'mili-  tarj^aerodronae '^at tiub^ndorf, near  Zurich/ lias bbuglft tv number of fast  a aeroplanes on behalf of his government. It is 'Understood- China has  decided to form an air fleet".  There are indications that discussion is likely to bo renewed over tho  United States plans for utilizing an  appropriation,0^500,000,^ f ort^leyatiug,  the turret������������������'^guns 'br ^TijultedElates battleships to give them equal range with  London "'Has   Made   Arrangements  to  Handle    Empire   Exhibition  J .- "     Crowd   . "���������     ~\  Canadians who. Intend to,, visit the'  British" iSinpire Exhibition next year  are wondering already .whether thej-  will bo able to--secure suitable accommodation-in London, vast as that .city"  is. " The Bpminion Welfare ..Asocia-  tioh has taken the mattei* in hand, and  has established a- vcentral bureau to  deal with enquiries regarding housing."  A register-of rooms available in. central, suburban and outer London has  been compiled while a special register  has been opened for people who are  willing to receive paying guests, for  this important 3-ear, br who" are prepared   to   give   up   their   houses   to  this is a consummation worth striving *jbv- -  for.���������Border Cities Star.  French Government  ?lish and  American manufacture,  and!     ������- ,._       ,_     .,     _ x   .    '    '  ., ,       -   -    c       ,  ..    .  .      ,.      "    .   ,!-  -������-euui-uiug   xo    me jerencn Govern  M any rate, ^t has been found that msuim, tested) ���������ent*s vio^^nini.   nt WrtW������������������   W������^M  thin six weeks o^*"t*<a ������^*>+o nfi     ~i    .      .    ���������*!."*" "w."t- r*   "*"" "=*"  ���������,. .   . ., _ --      .      7 7-iana tne tamity vote, laia oeiore tne  -Issue by the manufacturing firms re- "   "  Mother! Give Sick Child  .-- "California Fig Syrup"  Harmless '-Laxative , -for    a j Bilious,  ". -        Oc-"���������!^5tftd   Sahv- sr  Chi!d  ��������� Constipated.^bll-L \  ious, feverish,  or  "  sick, colic iJabies  and Children .love  to   take   genuine  "California       Fig   ,  Syrup."  No other^  laxative. regulates ^\Q  It    sweetens   the  bowels  so nicely.  stomach- and  starts the liver  without griping.  and bowels acting  Contains no narco*  .jjains on3y- cu'e-fiftieth or less o������ Its  original strength, a fact which renders the preparation useless.  The authoritative conclusion is. that,  "unless insulin can "be' rendered more  stable and resistent to tronlcal clima<-  :tic conditions, It is not likely to come  ?������ato general use In India.      If ananu-  |facture& In India, and stored and distributed  with" care,  it might be pos-���������  sible to  obtain an effective product,  but the subject will require to-be very  fully investigated.  The Pasteur Institute of Burma is  uncertain     whether    other     "tropical  1 countries   have    the same experience  with insiilin. -  houses  met the demandvfor-apartments.  I  esnach Misery..  " Gas Or Indigestion  tics or soothing drugs. Say "Califor-'  siia" to-~your druggist and avoid counterfeits!:. Insist upon genuine "Call"  fornia Fig S3rrup" which contains  directions.  Prince of Prussia  The   postulate ihat "once  a~ kaiser  alivaj-s a kaiser," which William. Hoh-  phasizing, .althougli-he Is a kaiser wlth-  nation of "Prince of_ Prussia," on-the  Chamber of- Deputies Suffrage Committee, the government is in favor of giving women municipal votes without  going as far as the committee, which  reported in. favor of their complete  rights to' vote and to be elected. .  The goverjuueist Is favorable, in  principle, to the family vote, but is  bardly prepared to give a man a vote  for each child, atid would suggest  something like two "votes for four children or three votes for six children.    l  FAIN 8J THE JOINTS  is  An  When sugar first was made from  beets it took about 2G tbns of bests  to produce one-tons of sugar; now it  requires but six tons, the change being due to scientific production of the  beets.  That  the  Biood   is  - "Pipe's B-iapepsin" Is the quickest, j out a country, has been finally dis  surest relief for indigestion, gases,! posed of by a Prussian ministerial deA  flatulence, heartburn, sourness, or  stomach distress caused by acidity.. A  few tablets give almost immediate  stomach relief.- Correct 3-our stomach" and digestion no\v for a*, few ;cents.  Druggists ;sell������ThillIons of' packages of  Pane's "Diapepsin. -"      "   "  "  Pioneer Editor Passes >   '  cree which gives William the designation, of "Prince of Prussia,"- on the  ground that he was that when he was  born. . The title is the same for the  ex-Crown Prince.  Eclectric Oil will take the fire out of  a burn or scald. '.It should bo^at hand  ���������in- every ���������';:kllchenl/sov;^tliat.)vitt'''anay be  available at any timo. Theye is no  'preparation required.; .Just apply the  oil to the"-'burn-or"scaldvnnd the pain  wil abate and in a. short time cease  altogether. \ '  Prince Writes Play    x    -  Prince William  of Sweden,  second  son of-King Gustaf'V., who Ims made  a reputation as a big game hunter, a  poe*, ,audf ^,dranu>llc criyc, is'npw  al'so.i-a? fuli-flo'dg'ovt '.'d^amatlsti: Ids llrst  play h^vvjng .bpeii'"accaptcd!' for pi-o-  duciion^fby ihe S-weOIsh '���������' Theatre In  Stockholm, .  James    Hoper,    King's    Printer,   Was  ^     Veterai'n   Manitoba 'Newspaper 7  \u'. - "''���������"- 'Man;:  _ James Hooppr, one of the pioneer  newspapermen^ of Manitoba, died at  his homo;ih JV>tlnh3peg" recently after  sonie 'years o������"faIling health>? Mr.  Hooped: "wast ^orn in ! Bevonshire in  1855. He came to Canada In 1868 and  for ten 3Tears he was employed on  papers in London. He launched  The Herald at Morris, Man., in 1880,  this -being one of Hhe~ earliest newspapers in the province. He gathered  news for the ,flrs.t"Jssue of the Winnipeg Tribune'; subsequently 'was omploy-  od on the AVinnipe,B Telegram as managing editor,, and''..'on Hlie Winnipeg  Free Press. In 1������00, Mr. Hooper was  appointed .King's Printer for Manitoba,  a post which he gave lip sev.cral years  ago. Iii his latter years ho has done  much as newspaper work and general  writing us his health would permit.  HEART WAS SO BAD  HADTOMTlJe.^  '"' in bed;;",:  Gorns are caused by the pressure ������T  tight boots, but no one need be troubled with them long when so simple  a remedy as Hol!6wajr's Corn Remover  is available..  Pictures By .Wire  Mrs, O. E; Fitzgerald, 106 Boss St.,  St. ��������� ThofSas ,, Out., writes:���������"In ' the  Fall of 1921, I was taken ill with my  apart, but I did not pay much attention to it: I kept on with my household duties, but seemed to" become  worse and worse, and finally had to  call in a doctbr. He said I was all  run-down and was a nervous wreck. I  bad a severe pain in my chest which  would move over to niy heart and It  became so had I could Sot^lle down,  as when I did I had such a smothering  feeling.I would have to sit up in bed  till it passed away.  ,*-I- tried several remedies, but with  no good results. Finally, I was induced to try Milburn's Heart and  Nerve Pills. I took 7 boxes, and  I am now as well as I was 30 years  agOj- and I am now 65 years old."  ��������� Milburn's Honr.t and Nerve Pills aro  GOc a box at all ''druggist's or-dealers,  or mulled .direct on receipt; of prlco!  Photographs Cpin New Be Transmitted  Over Wires By Belin System  Photographs,    drawings,    longhand,  shorthand, Chinese writing and  printing have now been transmitted  over wires by the. Belin .-. system7*oS  telephotography^ and autograph-- mesr  sages have been sent by wireless. In  his description of the process to the  Ttoyal Society of Arts, Prof. Bellh  showed .that the matter to be transmitted is photographed upon" a gelatine plate Impregnated with . bichromate of soda or potash. Such plates  become hardened and Insoluble under  the action of 'light, and photographs  In   relief   may   be not" affected.     A  comhlunicated to the diaphragm of a  sensitive microphone, ��������� which sets up  variations in the currents or waves  transmitted by wire or through tho  air' to the receiver.' The receiving  instrument uses a Blondel osclllo-  grapli, which varies the tilt of a mirror to correspond to the varying- current received, and the light reflected  Indication  '- =,'- Thin an*-Watery'^ . ..^"; ,  The first sign oFYheuniatlsm is"fr������-."  quently a.pain.-aiuL-swelling of one ot7.  the joints. If this Is not treatejTf  jhrough ihe Mood, ^vhieli Ss the seiit;-  of the Sisease.^xh^'poison spreads, s.i-:~:  fecting-bther joints]and',tIssues-r-somer ;.  times,-- rheumatism. attacks.-"the heart '  and is fatal. ' "v:  A remedy that has corrected many  cases of.rheumatism is Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills. These pills enrich and  "purify the blood so thatthe poisonous  rheumatic-matter is driven out of the  s3Tstemas nature intended.1: -Miss Gertie Benne^Wasihagb, Ont.,-was attacked with rheutdaflsm and round" relief  through Br. Winiams'Pink-rPiLis^ She  says *���������' ^Awout a year ago < I was attacked \>y> rheumatism and for two  weeks was coisfined "to iuy-ljed. ,7���������The  trouble was so painful, affecting the  joints of my limbs so that I could-not'  stand alone. Mother had a box of  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills in tlie house  and thought they might help/me. L  began taking them, and wjien I had  taken-' Jtheiei.'Bill's'&.'goi^n ^further ������������������jsure  ply,, with the result that the rheumatism vanished and I was,a, well girl.  I may add that my mother and two .of  my sisters l^ave also used the pills for  various ailments with equal success.  and now we are neyer without them  in the house.,'r..77 U V    :Vi;v;"������':-'i :7'''-  If you ai*������ ^ su^ering from any coiv  dition due ' to -poor; ' wateily h]obd ��������� or  weak nerves, begin, taking Dr. Williams* Pink Pills now, and note how  3^our strength nnd health will improve.  You can get these pills through ans-  50  .  s"  MedEctnbHCb;,^Brbc3r������iil^ Ont.  needle passed over the relief picture! ^^to^e-jg ^ n������^V;at ^  ^������^,������������ +v.^ 'i������i������i, o^h i������������>-������o*+������,7+'^, u~ cents 'a?, box^ffjam The;'Dr. Williams  causes the high and low parts to be  -ve>*f������\n^r^\-f&*i^*'.t^:r^ii-r-        :  ;": ��������� Fewer'DlVbrces-ln'^nffltand...  Statistics, just availaoics "for 1922  show that divorces Ir^ Great Britain  are becoming fewer. The number of  petitions filed in. the divorce cour<  last 3-ear wns 23 per cent, below thai  of 1D21, -42 per cent, less than in 1920.  and IS per cent, under the .figure of  by   Tho   T.    Mil burn ' Co.,  Toronto, Out.  Limited,  .TC'Ji?'.'*   7 ���������-    -*7", ..-.'v^,-^.!-,  w','?i'RI--tL*S":  One of tho commonest complaints or,  Infants is worms, and the most effec7  tlvo application ^"or- theui is, Mother  Graves' Worm Exterminator. \  w.   n.   u.   ir.ai  Restoring Rhelmo Cathedral  Tho Kholnis Co'operti tlvo Socioty for  the reconstruction of Ithelms hold a  goneral   mooting  recently  under; the  presidency of Maivjuifl do Pblig-iiy^Tho  MnrqulH, fn '.outlining the .fourth year*  of tho work of tho society, said that.  180,000,000 francs had been  spent in  Ilheims during tho prwdent year" and,  that, if the' stale was nble to continue  its aid in the work, tho reconstruction  'of ItliohuK .should lie' completed within  five.years.  '"'���������"���������'  '.-?������������������  Gyniuustic exorcises --havo boon  recommended by a German medical  scientist for wc������U or frit btablea six  monHis old and or or.  Minard's Liniment for Dluteinp-er  The annual coat of owning and operating {ho '1-1,000,0,00 motor yehiclos in  the United States is Jp5,Gd6,OC>o;6ofi, and  tho iuvestineut in these vehicles-la  $10,000,000,000.  Tlio 20,000 Inhabitants of Bermuda  depend for their water supply upon  tho ruin that falls on, tho roofs 0$  their coral houses uml uuwh Jmiw bio*-  npo tanks. ���������'������������������'  Incrcnsc your profits by hand-  Una our agency for men's hand-  tail ored^JSercer Buiit" clothes.  Best quality. Moderate prices.  No investment.  Write at once.  Rex Tailoring Co* Ltd., Toronto  I Makers o������"Better Built" Clothes  iiiiii>iiiiiiniiiniiiniii"}ri'iirrirnrifrriiwiMiwr������iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii>ii>imiiit  Out of S3f������profession3 and. trades followed In tbe Netherlands nearly half  are practiced by-women.  is Hhilted according to its intentsity j ir>19| wh031 l1l0 total was greater thtm  along n, screen that ranges from per-| in. any previous year.  feet transparency at ono end to  opacity at tlio other, Tho light passing through; tho screen ia condensed  by lenses to a point for each oiio of  a series of tiny im'in'esslons on a  photographic plate. Tho. light impressions received vary iu inteuslty  wlth tho corrospoutliug parts ot.the  photograph, s-nd tho many aucecsslvo  tiny Impressions gradually build up  ai now photograph. Synochronlsm it!  JUuiiUtilneu by curreut itnpulse.s lk.uI  stop 1he receiving drum at each revolution, starting St again, us the  transmitting drum catches up.  Xtux wra 110*  es.perlm������nt-  In������ vrh������J*  jou use S>r.  Cttase'."* Olat-  Daojjjeroiifi Turning Airplsrvif Rharply  < PhyHlchms sfiy that whei^ an alr-  plauo is turned aUurply at &0-0 miles  tin hour ceaLvlfugul Xorcu Uu-ows tlfe  blood outward to the lower part* t*i  tho body, draining tlie brain ami cnus  ing unconsciousness, and death.  STGZEMA  H mtiit far Eex-^ma nu4 Skin IrrltA-  L. Uans- It rel!������-v������* At Qi5*0 ftn4 firadu-  ^^ all* m\.<fml* th<������ ak3������. Ha������������t>lo box J>r.  Chn.a������'.i tHinment lh-eo U ytvu. aitetvtlon tbK  paper and JMiind Sb. staraii for imai������ee.   coo. u  iLiaslletl, To*o������&������. .  MO HEY ORDERS   *Zm-A   n   IkitrjTitoT!   Kvpre!;������i   Mon-ev   Orctei.  Five Uo];*r������ cotitJi tUre* c������Jtt~  j MSnjrd'o Liniment for Cou<jh������  YHE   WKWV   rniHCHI   REMBDV.  THERAPION RMo. 1  s^^EK-^Ll^lCJiTi PS0.5R  ������������. 1 r������r U1adffl*r CaU-rr li. H������,)i Tor Ulootl ������  ftWla Dtt*������.i.������.. Wo.3R*rChTOn1������'W*i!i.hn������B������B������,  u&i.i, Bi-t.it������Biwocw������.wi������Ti������.iri������������cK:iH ir.t:(j|.nwo.3������-  ���������������..!.* Cl-K rr. uM ,C-..] 1 ������*< rk(acU ������������t, N ,W.������, l.o*kou.  C-M :vi������... Ml pmuU ZL, 0Mi.tn . :..- K������m.. Tb������OU||0.  tr-m    >������*       :-|.    ff.-m.     f-.l I...,,      &������',' < . H*p.a.  ���������I *l$M$������S������f^  iSV."  77777^  ^T-'  THE'" CBESTOH'. RBYIBW  THE CHEStfJM REVIEW  i Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C.  Subscription ������ $2.50 a year in advance.  S3.G0 to t^.S. points.  -  .  C P. Batbsl Editor and Owner,  PRESTON. B. CM  FRIDAY, FEB, 15  Editob Bbvosw:  3iBj���������In your very able editorial  of last week I think in giving your  figures for 1819 that you should  have taken into account the fact  that fromthat^site^ till 2923 the  taxes, had, raised aroti nd' 1J5%������ This  being the ease it is easily seen that  another ������2,700 would be added to  the 018,000.00 provided in your  article, which amount would total  $20,700^00.  Supposing, * then, - that this  amount were spent���������in gravelling  roads contiguous to the present  hard surface road, how much road  could be gravelled if "we siad an up-  to date system of doing the. work.  I have a letter in my hand from a  gentleman who- is in close touch  with a road contractor -who is saak-  i  states  ujiicd i/x ruau.  that-  one   '��������� _���������__-;.j.i;:_:-_ .  gasoline-driven  too wOM Or tan  teams of horses, and when gravel  and other road material is as plentiful as it is in this-valley .the building of a road should be, comparatively speaking, an easy matter.  Some little time ago I had 14  tons of feed removed from the oar  at the station to ray warehouse, a  distance of over quarter of a mile  in exactly "3; ^hours. Suppo ing,  then, that instead of feed it had  been gravel loaded with a steam  shovel, or other power, at the same  m������itm^Fmm  FOB THE  Mrs  ���������-  LXJHDIIiOfl  >���������  ;.-... and Ensure the  Accommodation  You Wishr."  rate about 40 tons would have been  removed in 9 houra or, in other  words, say twenty yards of,gravel  allowing .3 feet .lineal measure, a  total of 180 feet would have been  gravelled .in one day or a������full saite  in, say, twenty nine days.  I am: informed that a truck of  this capacity at the very moat uses  from 4 to 6 gallons per day off gasoline at a cost ol BfSeeaSs per gallon-  making a total cost for fuel of $2.16  per day at the- very most. Suppose  now, that the chaflfeur is paid $5  per day, we have twenty yards of  gravel removed a distance of -quar-  ter of a mile in one day for $7.16  plus the wear andntear- of -truck,  and also the loading of the same.  Allowing 50 cents a yard for load*  ing arid 20 cents a yard for spreading we - have a total cost of $1.06  per yard   or   ������1835. SO.   per   mile.  Now, then,' suppose that the  $20,700 were all spent, in hauling  gravel on the roads at the price  herein stated it would- mean that  rather more than IX miles pf road  could he thus gravelled. I am just  citing this circumstance so .that  you-will think for yourselves and  ask :the very serious question.  Where dees otir money go?  i_mcside the hard surface road I  ask you where is, there a single mile  i of gravel road in all those years of  high taxation. We are in a- very  awkward position about this hard  surface work, some claim that tbe  federal government/ is supposed to  pay 40 per cent, of tbe work and  the balance of 60 per cent, is paid  equally by the province and the  municipalities but as we have no  way of checking up this very im  portant matter we give sanction to  a loose and careless system the outer me of which spells disaster.  Think of it! Think of a district  said to have over 2000 of a population with no knowledge, of where  their money is spent. Our government demands from us how many  hens, hogs horses, cows; fruit trees,  and thon taxes, us beyond the  powers of endurance.  Fancy us paying eight or nine  times as much taxes, on the same  area as. they do in Alberta or  Saskatchewan. Either^ of those  Provinces would be delighted to  receive" ihe taxes due them at. their  ^ps^pafrsnbly modest rate, hut woe be  the Creston Valley.  We have been talking largely  ;&boub-our taxes and our inability  to learn where the money is spent  but have yon ever- tliought of the  power of municipal government  As we sum up the governsuerjts  ������bsmw@ - mm_ M^im W9B  wfmbb ������������������*������# . m������i ^orngsmtSiSmn  f*DIT-CTnL  If IjbijtwftrV-l IILE.  LIMITED   JiEl%f  men t and "they are losing that keen! that you are going to support a  incentivecharacteristic which, when j home -made government of . your  developed, electrifies a community ] own, which gives to every - man  drives out pessimism creates a*  buoyant spirit, brightens hope in-"  spires confidence.    .,  .  Get ready for the big municipal  meeting. Bring your family with  you.    Come wich.the determination  For Saxa;���������Coal Heater, price 810,  Br. Chuke. Wynndel. ^  Agents will gladly make Reserva-  tiori&J, arrange; Passports and  '"-give full information.  -.-. s-     ��������� . -������������������"��������� ���������   ��������� '     "'.'"'  :��������� -. ��������� ���������>������������������'' '      -    .������������������.:'���������,-"    '.. - ..-.-   -  v.-jMroef Yhr&ugfy  " Train &wwio������ ���������  A&K YOUR AGENT TO BAY  6mm PAG  today we see  "dm&autf  -*s  of our  a weakness on every hand and an  titter inability to cope with the  business of our country, and it  seems as though we are getting  worse off every year and that the  time has come that the people shall  rule by the power of municipal  government.  If the people in   Creston   valley  had   municipal   government,   and  were to exercise   that government,  we could be a mighty   factor in de  termining aii<3 moulding the future  destiny of our nation.      We are ed^  ueating our   sous   and    daughters  with a far  better   education    than  we have had;  and  we have a lot of  splendid men and    women   in   our  valley whose intellects are becoming  dull for lack of interest.  '    We .have no   municipal   govern  Neison Assessment District  equal rights.and , unbounded   freedom. T. M. BDMONDSON.  For Sack-  Mrs. W. X.  -Washstand  Brown.  and dresser.  Carpenter and CaBtnelf^er  }Lateof'H.Ai. "Workshops}  WORKSHOP: -Park Avr, CRK$XON  '       " P.O. Box 85 -���������  ,-    -  rnjwm  ssses  vvliite Teem, Meaitny Gums, and  mi\*mmm\ Wmml   Jfl ���������}     ���������  a Clean Mouth  Anybody can enjoy all these by practicing the daily use ol KLlenzo Dental  Creme���������the common-sense dentifrice  -���������and   K.lenzo  Liquid  Antiseptic���������a  scientific preparation for teeth, gums,  Notice  is  hereby "given,   in sc-  ' cordar.ee with the\ Statutes, that  ail assessed   taxes,   income  and  School Taxes, assessed and levied  under the   '"Taxation   Act"   and  *Publio   Schools  Act"   are  now  due  and  payable,,- for  the  year  1924. .   ,  \ All    taxes  collectable   for   the  Nelson Assessment'District  are  due  and   payable Hat  my  office,  situate iia the Court-house Build-  wig. Ward   Street,  NelsciinV B.C.  "This notice in   terms of  law, 19  equivalent to a personal demand  by me upon a\13   persons liable for  taxes.". .7'      .������������������   ���������  ; Dated    at    Nelson,   B.C.,   this  15th day of February 1924.  H. R. TOWN8BND.  .  .Collector for the Nelson Assess*  ment District.  Make! Hens Lay  \  If your hens are not yet laying, or are inclined    to   loaf   oir'  fche job let us again remind you  -yof the.efficacy of. '���������-.���������  mouth,.  face*.  nose, throat and tnucoiiR ������ur-  Lec us show you theoe two- popular and  guaranteed article*.    Get the Klcn/o  habit.  SHIPLAP  1 I   n   01      qbb Iff . b . H  Sltr  GLftJef ������������������������������������ fl^B   B     H   B B--*��������� ^^ BftJVfflr^pl   B    ET B7  Iggigpy ^"���������fffi ^3    fa    D        \*3    EST wSStf TSSpr, W    wl    Gw       mm   %W  Ihuggisto &c Stationer*  AT THE MILL.  >������  .  ������mrJm..M*..������ ������ C G J,. ta-W- ������*-������ W *  Company OiIh *  -^5.  in Bpeeding nip. egg prod notion/  That it is effective ia amply  denionstrated in th������ great'-... demand'for it. We have just received a fresh shipment.  '..OGILVIE. :��������� -  Egg Mash  is another favorite with poultry-  men whose slogan is "Eggs or  heads.off." For more and bigger ������ggs either off these will give  results. .   ..'   ^  * to��������� ������-  - Srww  * -i - * * - -*���������  Pkmpfort*, Otgam ami  SmgmgJiLes&ens  AR2HZJR CQLLISm Crsste  ���������JFW ~Jj  Is- -i  ���������WalOErl  JumorsI.3S.9f.  PIANO LI6SSOHS  Advanced Papua oaly  c     J. A. P. GROMPTOn  -dinginjc Lenaoni.-       -    - Piano Ton&g-.  Creston  H'.^i-  l.'S^---'  ���������-^7 si  raoSranS Heiison  " " " "U^Xfc  v������-:  i  Few a������ good  ������& '^ *'  7'"fe->  ii : i,iUii.11  p.iii'fi";, -i  / am Putting on dS$&q^  hand Cars .Eve^.'Sdiu  1 w  7������M a\\ who lifiive ,oars fchejr-.wisB*-. to dispose of to  . list their 'cars: with mo and, if''pdssi|ble^,birtbg.. '  thorn in so intending purchasers can see them    "  and tost them out.    Kindly settd In full des-  criptiors of your ear lit ondo as I hitv������ aoveml  .    ������nquiwos for ������amev  CRESTON AUTO   & -iStJPTIliY  ������"*������l X  n> ^>M*'^^l*i������^W*^M������wt**M-^t"������^������iMI������������>*Wliih������**������i������������((l-*  iM*W*MMftW^*#W>������#<^4*'^*wW  mmimmmmmwmmmm^  \*mm<^^ ^  ^m^mmm^m^>  ���������:''���������>-' r   <:*>   ���������:���������-.���������'���������;,   >���������������������������'���������'��������� .\:' ���������'ff-HE- CjcSSTOW MBYIBW  *<_L  about the CHEVROLET  is "cheapness." But the wonderful  efficiency ana gooa appearance of  Chevrolet   considered���������It   is    the  best motor car value.  B:1'^SkB>#^  ���������f -.��������� ��������� ,     SMBE*-;'  SSB-~:SSB������S| '.  BB'-'S  wiJIJtiiiL I  CHEVROLET MOTOR CARS AND  -    ^     TKS7CEB  <A@������AnT������  FAIRBANKS-WORSE LIGHTING  F3UANT3 & GAS ENOIKSS  LsjfalSranp Lsdgs, Sp 20S5  Sheets THIRD TKUR8DAT of  each " month    at    Mercantile  - Hall.    Visiting brethren eordi-  .   . ally incited.. - -  BRIO OLSON ,W.M.  LciCa.1 anc! s^rsonsl  For Sa������B���������Team  H. Oarr.  disc,    $35.    3mB.  Came to the premises of the under- t  signed on or about November Ssi, Iwsa. i  one red heifer,- sonie .white,* coming  two years old. "-Owner can have same  on proving property and paying all  expenses. A. 23. JEFFERSOJS, Ores-  ton.  I  nwHrt  Bt ESTTRAY  Oanie to the premises, of the undersigned in December, a roan steer, yearling, no marks visible. Owner can  have same- toy proving ^property and  paying expenses. JOHN SPRAT!,  Creston.  WHITE HEIFER LOST  Lost,- since last spring; pure what*,  heifer, branded T&D-*>n left ribs  and both ears over-sloped. $5 reward  to party-giving information leading to  recovery.   4AS. DAVIS, Creston.  Miii  \i  PRE-SMPT80N8  Vacant;"" . .���������unreserved, ~ - enrveyeo  Crown lands may; be jyre-empted by  British subjects- over "M years of a&e,  itn* "by s������!sn������ cs uauia&iioe intention  x<# become jurituuK^subjeats, .conditional upon 'jresld^fice, occupation.  *nd Improvement for - agricultural  purpose*. .  Full Information concerning regu-  atlona -regarding pre-emptions . la  given ln -Bulletin No. 1. Land Series,  "How to Pre-empt Land," copies of  which can be obtained free of charge  by addressing tbe Department of  jLo.nd0, Victoria, B.C., or to any Gov-  vinmout Agsnft. * !  Record* will be granted covering  only.land suitable for agricultural  purposes, and. which. Is not timber?  land, I.e., carrying over '6,000 board  feet per aci*e west, of tbe Coaat Range  and 8.C00 feet per acre east of- that  Range. ---  Applications for1 pre-emptions are  to be addressed to the Land Cora-  mlsaloner-of tbe Land Recording- *>!  vision. In which tbe land applied for  is situated, and are made on printed  forma, copies of which een fre ������b-,  rained" from tho land Commloolonwr.  Pre-emptions must be occupied -roc-  five yeeas and Improvements made  to valutt of $10 per acre, including  . olearintf and, cultivating at least Ave  aortsV before a Crown Grant can be  received.. <.  ������Vr more detailed Information -see  the Bulletin "How to Pre-empt  La-ad."  ,  PUflCHASC  Applications'nr������ received for pur  chase    of    vacant'   and    unreserved  Crown lands,' not being- ttmberland.  for agricultural purposes;   minimum  <  price, of flrst-olass (.arable) land la $G *  per acre, and second-class <graalng)  land |������.B0 per aero.    Further, Information regarding purchase or lease  of Crown lands is given In Bulletin  No. 10,; Land Series,' "Purchase and  Lease of Crown Lands." -    v, '.       <���������  Mill, factory, or Industrial sites on  timber land, not exceeding 40 acres,  may be purchase*? or leased, the conditions Including -payment of  etumpesre.  HOMBSlte   LEAOEO  Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 30  .acres; may be leased as homesites,  .conditional   upon   a   dwelling-   belnn  erected In tho tlrot year, title ..being  obtainable after residence and Im -  jprovoment conditions are fulfilled  |and land has been surveyed. .  LKABEB     -  I A--OJ. graaing and industrial purposes areas not exceeding 640 acre*  may b* leased by one peroon or ������i  company..  ,7:" ''.ORJjiifrNfJr/ .-,  Under the Graaing Act the Provision Ew uivlued into gracing district*  Mrs.. A. Lovestruw was. a vibi&nr  with friends in Nelson this week.  Grin Hayden, who has been working  at Cranbrook. the n*i$t few weeks- s~  home again.  - Fob SaSiB oa mbst���������F������������Mr rs������nm  cottiajse, partlv furnished. A^TpIy Mrs.  W. K. Brown.  Mrs. Jessie Lhwis, teaeher of piano  forte, Royal Acade-niy of Musir-, I������cm  don, Lanaont Bldg., Creston.- ���������-7-'  Ha-s- Fob Sai^���������Quuntiiy of W������ I  timothy hay, ' price ,3������af������tnable. E.  Nosag-nier, (Canyon). Eriefe������f������n P.O.  O., M. Ai-gne was a  t>n������iness vlaitor  at CranbrrK������k a few days the for** pa^-t j  of the wet������k, rt'tnrniog on "Wedneanay. \  . C. B. Garland -and  "Ri    8.~   Bevan  w������*i-e busineAS visitors in Kelson early  au the we^k, reluming nn"Wednesday.  , Misses Lydet Johnson and " Knby  Lister were weekend visiSni-s -with  friends in  Nelson, returning nn Bloss>  day. ��������� ,  DnmiiiSnn orgAn for sals*, wslss^  cxsft, very nice tone, SSGcatth, or rea>-  f>r,ahl������ U-rms,    E Ryekman, tinaiititti,  "   '     - -    " "      -  iSfi*^Hopw4iod  is >sp������knfiing   a   few  ilkyft with friends-in Nrfson this Week,  rejn^^i.B^nia^e^'feefc^rett&^i - hyyvay of  Spokane.   " " ".'  LOST���������Between Hie P������i4*& Rail door  ������nn?.sny.i-enidenr������������, a diamonrl. Fiheier  please retufn'and rereive_..fiuhst������p.6i������l  rewatd. r'Mta._ C ������, B^nnet^t."  ; ITie Students at Creston  h%h school  are busy with reheai������8aln for a variety  J entertainment, they expect to present  ��������� at -the (?rand early ne^t month.'  Wautod���������By ;Mr������������. H5?r������w������n. - Port-  hill, girl to help with hfrtBRework. Bfor^  particiilura ������pplv Mrs. Corp/' Sniith,  Cieaton, between S and 8 <>'c:I<k:K any  afternoon.      , ,.���������;.--  The Women's Institute are.having a  whist dravejviLh concert closii-K m the  Parish Hal! os Friday evening next,  February 22Dd; to which an admission  of 59 cents wlli he charged. Four  prizes will be given, and cards %vil]  start at &HQ prosnpfc.  The'very mild ������nd rainy weather of  the past two weeks has j^ivsss an asuple  water supply and the Contits^sata!  anine resnnsed work at the first of the  week, most of the laid-oJf employees  resident at Creston returning- ' to  K lock man on Saturday. --  Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Cttok, who have  been visitors with friends at Toronto  and other. Ontario points since' the  middle of November, arrived home on  Friday. On the retiirn trip they spent ]  a few days with friends at_ Battrutn,  Sauls-, and Medicine Hat, Alta.  Rev. Jar. Heath, a free Methodist  evangelist, held special services in the.  Methodist Cbnreh en 53c������iday and  Tuesday night, on his way tn -Pen-  ticton, where he is to conduct a series  of meeting?. He was accompanied by  his wjfe-r..-������rid during- their st������y were  guests .of Mr*. Stocka.  -Local jfara^es ai-e- looking forward  to a ftealthv demand t.hin v*aj- for new  stutos. LAdgtili* S:"sJSs--ro "hare ju.������s.  isnloaded scai-Iuat] *>r������ the. new 19JJ5  jSs������pferI������r Chevrolet^. There were nix  jcaisin the shipment. Accoiding: to  bnard of trade S������ures 22 'new tttitos  were sceBd in the -Valley in W2S&.  P  -~      "MEAT." MERCHANTS       -  . ,   TS,lt OUR  &HAMMOCK PORK SAUSAGE  -  An economical dish, easy to Ferve.  Shamrock Brana HAM, BACON and LARD  GLEMDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  "   ' ^ Goverorosai graded, highest quslit y.  FRESH and CURED- FISH  \ . all,:varieties.  Choicest BEEF. PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB.  BURNS' IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  increases e*r������ producttftn and .produces 5������e! ter pftaltry.    Buy tbe best.  \W\mm. Oliiirnh %mm^m  ���������p������B-'5S6',?3,   -������=j=s=^5;   viri^vwvV  SU^SJAY. FEBRUARY tT  GRBSTON SIRDAR  7.30 p. in.  Sand ]3i.~(M>a.na  -   ���������u - -  Shoe cind   Harness  Repairing-  New :Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Store in  "connection  , ffilM*&&e������l������.  Shoe and Harness Repairing  Creston orchestra provided music  for the dance:.at Pnrthill "on FrSdiHy  niffht, mad about three -auto loads of  Crestim young people alW attended  the affair.  Will Jtkhnston, who has been working at Lumber ton nil winter, spent  Wednesday here with hi*> sinter, Mrt������.  *"   w  ~    - hiahoEne  and th*- range administered under 'i  Graslnir CommiBolanor. Annuul.  graving permits are issued based on  numbers ranged, priority buintr "������rfv*i>  u* ������MtMb(������Hheo owners. Stoctc-ownerc  may form associationk tar rwnrr*  management, Flresl or. partially ffr<ee.  licviialU mVCu available -for - settlers,  campers and travellers,' up to ten  o������ad.  EJ   W. Ryckman, en routs to  at Pentlcton.  Mrs. Smith itnd young son have returned to Alalakwa, after a three  months* visit with her stater.-Mre. Bob  Stephens. Th^lul ter accoinpunied her  guest aafnr ns Nelnon.  Wt J. Truncott,    who    has   been   u  visitor   ut   Vancouver    the   pa^t   Mix���������  Week a,, bus returned   home,  hut   Mrs.  Truttcott and young   son,   will renin In  for a few weeks Imnfyer.  **Nib*' BiihW, who ia a hnsplbal  patIhnt Mt Cranbrook, ix making a  very RatWacfairy recovery from h i-e-  cent "operation for appotidlcitjii, and  will be returning home shortly.       v  Th<> atandfnst Boys Club of the  Presbyterian Church request thiit you  rmswve ;ihp uPlt'"rnooi������ :������f-;^Saturday.,  March Kith, for the ehtertaimuent  they tuns putting on in the Parish HaHl.  , E. C. Oibh������ left on Wednesday for  Oranbrook to meet, his sitter who wan  due to reach th at city ' yesterday'front  England, and who will atop off there  to vbit Mrs. Ash, whose condition Im  muck tho Minis  The last carload of stored apples In"  the Union warehouse rolled east on  Monday and tn> warehousa Is now  empty. Estimatee of tho quantity of  fruit still in tho hands of growers run  ne high nirOOOO bnscu..  Pitivinelal revenucn gatliated at tine  local olllce of the Provincial police for  January were alimHwt 910SK>, of which  tiumiiii t, itkotoi* 1 licitneeu uncounted f������r  |4d1, trading llceneoe $300, .and pool  room license* woi<#������ ������Fon������l fr������r tofVi  DCPARTME:f4T OF LANDS  ��������� NOTICE  APPHOATtOMS FOR 6RAZINS  PERMITS  FOR THE SEASON OF 1924  Applications for permits to graze  livestock on the Crown range within  each gracing district of the Province  of British Columbia, mufct be filed  with thw District Forester as. Crnn  brook. Fort George, Knniloop������, Nelson, Prince ^Rupert, \auicouver, Ver  nun. nnd Williainn.Li|ke,or with.the  Coninilwsioner o"f Graxing, ParUainent  Buildings Vintoriss, B!C, on or before  March 15th, 1924.  Blank forma upon whieh to submit  applications may l\e ohlafned from the  DlHtrlct Foresters at the above named  places, or from the Department of  Liinde at Victoria, BrC.  G. R. NA DEN, .   ,  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Deprtrt ment of Laantts, ......  Victcnin, B.C.  January 5th, 1024,  i a #' m mtm tsf as.    ifkKl**%Lmmmmmm+m.im!mm  WMrEztx irV07^/C������=  OL.EARINO &TFttZAMS      7  Take nt^ice that J, B. "lyinlaw Co.,  ���������Ltfl., whoao ndriresM in Wynnclel, B.C.,  will apply for a Ifeonitn- tn uwe 'the  waK������rH of Clout River for "Clearing  strtjams*' purpose (I.e., clearing and  impi-oving the strenm for the driving,  booming   or  rafting1  of  logs).     The  Emints' on the strewn between whieh  b ia pi-opoBtitl to clear are from tho  east lino of Lot 274 to the eoinpany's  sawmill at Duck Ur&uk. The estimated  mileage between the two points Iw 12  wiles. The term proponed for Heenne  is Lid y������oarM. This notice wns posted on  tho ground on the Mtth day of Jatui-  tuy, 1024. A copy of thien notice, and  an npplication purounnt thereto and to  the Water Act, 1014. will I*? filed In  tho offflne of the wat&r Recorder at  Nehcon, B.C. Object!one to thu nppli*  cntCon may lie illed with the said  Wnter Recorder or wltla the Oomrrr������  ler of Water Rights, Par]lament Build-  Ingp, Victoria, li.O.��������� within. t,hWt,y,������l������������yn  after the llrdtapptiaranfeof this notice  hi a local nnwHpapnr.  .?.B.W1N.LAWCO., LTD.-."Applicant.  By A. N.- WINXJAVv'.^genfe."  Oiitoof ftrat pubiieation of this notice  r... "������.���������.���������.,..;������.���������. *%*���������   vn������*  Im. "      "���������  T^S^fJLJSJSJ&JLM.'  Those isavisg sfgsniiwjy wltSi  foreigiri- countries wlM. fe^i  ���������it ^dm^tageoiss t& s������������&  ^ ezciiamge tbroisgli ���������?  pesisil Bask.   Tiaii   always   prociu^ *He &G&S2S&  sates of ������*e$mngj2,  IlVfPE  CL W, ALli^f*,  OF *2AXSASLmAm  CRESTON 4BR ANCH,  BufBrmftjj|ffifl"y''  Manflffgg.wiSifee j$eaaea\?& wM-destsmm  *&������3a ^ffiirnaiff imin* in in &vr>  ���������r  I  !  1  THE GANADlJ^ JBANK  PABD-UF C4JTTAL  RESERVE FUND .        .  CRESTON BRANCH, & 6. Bennstt; Ifuugcf.  MEAMM.  $I5.000<KK?  ���������  ^ 4>.  Hot Air  Steam  and  Hot Wafer     -���������iwwMPMW������s*������MM*as*Mfcw)^������^BgMgsWG3B  .. . Sheet Metal Work.    A good stock of Pipe"  and Pipe Fittings on hand.  BAY. RVCKMAN,-Creston  -!  VISIT  Calgary Winter Carnival  One Great Week of Fwt aisd Sport  EBRUARY Hill to IStil,19  ���������^"*m -u , -g      *% m    leg*    ���������' gf"t  Keduceil Roinid Trip Fares  TICKETS on sale FEB. 9th to 16th inclusive.  Good returning FEB. !8ths 1024.  . pBMpy ~      "**' ������������������   ^- ��������� m   ���������   m   ss^r,   m% ��������� M    ^..ffc^lllll,^,.,,,.,..,.^..���������.,.^���������  ... w*'d*^%mm'\\ wFm.mmZ. With tho 'parsing of the year and thq advent of another it is customary  in the business world to "take stock." The books are ciof-cd and balanced";  inventories takes, bad debts written off, assets and liabilities clearly established and analysed, and profits ami losses on uit-'ji-Mr's"  taine'd. The astute lousiness man examines hiss' yearly statement vritli great  .ca'-e, sizes up bis mistakes and noip? where his judgment was pound and good.  T? he finds there have oaen leaks, ,Iu  proceeds to stop them; it his inventories : *rGm  ���������^"dt-od stock, he devises methods to eet rid .  t  France   Has  a  s Sinister  Influence  Premier "Poincare oi" France is  the  possessor o������ a '���������hoodoo" statuette, but  thus far, at least, lias weathered its  sinister Influence. It was "brought  India" by Gustavo l.ebon, the  .snow him to be carrying a lot of dt-od stock, he devises methods to get rid i scientist, who was sent" there by Sa:ho  oi it; if certain departments have been opera tecf at a loss, lie seeks the cause j Carnot' when the latter was a member  and a lemedy; if other departments have pro; en quite satisfactory,and profit- j of the ministry. M. Carnot, looking  able, he studies means of further strengthening and extending them.  * -A  All men having even the most rudimentary knowledge ot business and a  desire to succeed-"take stock" at leaut once a_year, and many do so much  more frequently. But how many men, and women, vtake stock .of their pro-  -jre^s in. life apart from those .thlugs affecting their matcriaal welfare?  How many people, fox- example, at the close of 1923 will carefully nnd  seriously and with downright honesty snake up a complete balance sheet ot"  !their life during lhe.spast twelve months, emimeratiag assets accumulated, and  liabilities" incurred, docul stock villi v-hidi they are still encumbered, losses  iboy have sustained, gains.th^y have made?  During the year did  the Stale do  moie i-ov you than you, as  rendered to the Slate? If 1-0 your liabilities have been increased because  you'owe a" debt to your country that you have not discharged. "True patriotism and real citizenship means s^-rviee to one's country, not in selfishly accepting^!^ tho^dYCinrpge^ which Canada gi\es to Its people and giving little  or nothing in return.  What assets in the tornt o������ better  education, wider knowledge, Increased  appreciation of-thc beauties in art and nauue, gains-from the untold wealth  in the storehouse of literature'ha\e you accumulated and  developed?       Or  have" you in a blind absorption about money matters added "lost opportunities*'  to your other liabilities?    ��������� - "'"  And at the closing of the year are you etvjov ing better physical .health, with  a clearer mind and ;i strong"!- body than when rhe year first dawned?      If you  are, you' have* developed a real  a^sel. .one that will'give added power, effeo  iiveness and 'efficiency to yll  your endeavors.      But it" you havc> allowed a  whole twelve"-iridiMh to'Hit away without giving thought to your health and  physical  well-being you have incurred a liability which   will   handicap  your  best" efforts in future 3 eai'o.      The rules of health are simple, and if generally  adhered to would  clof-.o most of the hospitals and-put scores of doctors out;  M.  over tho coll eet ion. of curios Loboii  brought back, was asked b> the scientist to choose a'souvenir from the lot.  ���������^  He chose the statuette-, whereupon  Lebon urged him to lake something  else, as, according Hindoo superstition, the statuette wng a "hoodoo."-  "Whoever has it will die or be assassinated after reaching the highest  office In his ~ country," Lebon said,  i citizen, -j-Nevertheless M. Carnot took it. He  was elected president' a few months  later, and was assassinated on June  24,_aB94._  "Mane. Carnot, by a codicil to her  will, instructed the family to get rid  of it, and it came into the hands of M.  Poincare.. Ha .went through the  presidency unharmed, but as he is  still an high office the secret service  men charged, with his protection, wish  oarn-esiiy that someone would steal  the curio or that,-it will disappear In  some oilier maimer.  Painful Sprains, Bruises  Restored By Nerviline  IN" VIEW of the:, great; demand" for-farm help existing in  Canada, the "Canadian Pacific Railway "will continue, its Pawn  Help Service during 1924 and will enlarge its scope to include v/omeix domestiea and boys. -    " "  "'���������    V* -"x *  THE COMPANY is in touch with large numbers of good farm  laborers in Great Britain, Norway, Sweden,, Denmark, France,  Holland, Switzerland and other Ettropean countries^ and through  '^ts_-widespi-ead^orjga3iizati0n'< can. promptly fill applications'"for,  . hfe!Ik   T-ftP.piwwT.  frn-m    I ^nani-ni-i'   -fosn-nara.: --       - ���������     .    *    -      '  business,.  And  whn t  ot   the  "stock" which a  personal  inventory  would  reveal  as  being carried over into the new ye.e������? Is it a stock of p|d prejudices dividing you from those who might he friends, alien a ting your sympathy and understanding from them, and theirs from you, the "while embittering the lives of  both? ,. Is it a stock.of. bad habits-which hampered your work and career  in the past and" arc still clogging your progress. Is it a stock of petty rivalries and ehmities having had their birth in some trivial, n>.atter:���������b.ut wkiiph  have succeeded in warping your outlook.- on'fli������e'?u,-"..l.Bettey take^a&harp look  at vour present inventory of "dead stock'' on" hand, and get rid of it like! a  good business man. ...������  ..   ^.    .       ���������- ......    ������������������ v .���������-���������---.... ���������  %%  7 And of what does the profits and losses account .of yottri life for the year  1923 consist?" Is the balance 'on 'The right side in helpful :seryice.'in^your oi,vn  community lIh kindly :tltbtiglits.4 and actions" for. others, in^lulling -������jgspicIoiis,  smoothing away difficulties,-'making' friends,.rather than enemifes^-and generally^ raising the tone and promoting the welfare'of" the community?- '0  -7While taking annual: stock"-=Qf: materisj;! things^- which may .not in these  rather trying-times, andfdifficult period in the.world's history prove an altogether satisfactory occupation, albeit a -necessary-; one, take stock alsoMpf  th���������������������<e other and very vital things which go to round out life. ^Such a stocktaking, may- give, great satisfaction regardlessv of- economic '.conditions and  wor'ries,.i>ut if such, satisfaction Is ,iibt -experiehced,'.:then' the "year's work has  bee-jn a failure no matter how greatly your Bank .balance, has been increased!  *< There is soothing power in Nerviline that has made it famous for nearly  fifty years past, , It sinks. in. deeply,  it penetrates quickly, it takes away  the    pain    from    a sprain and brings  in time for tii4-dS������prsns r ���������'"  "operations farmers'needing Kelp should arrange to gat their  applications in early, the earlier the better, as naturally those  applications which are xeceivad early -will receive first attention.   -  Blank  application' forms and full information  regarding 'the  service, may .rbe obtained-from-Any. CP.R. asrenfcor. from any ���������-v  of the officials listed below.   THE SERVICE I������ .ENTIRELY, .  -FREE OS1-CHARGE. ;'--���������/-'-*    '  TH-B CAN-AB^iN F^SlC;ll^LWAY"c62|lFANt; :.-  Department of Colonisation and Uieyelopment  [WINNIPEG.���������at. JE. Jfhornton,  Snperintaidexil^ of Colonization      "  _   -  T.  3.   'A.CUV3VU,  Gvuelu  agf iCuitufai iVt������������u������ ',   " -��������� -  SA.SKATO0X.���������W. 3. Gerois-,  Lend Assent  H. 7. Komor, Specfcil Co!onixsi!������n 'Asrent  ������CAL,GARY^-.T. O^ F. Herzer, Asst. to Supu of Colonizatian  MONTJ5EAL.���������vT.  Doiisrall,/General[-ASrricnltural  Axesii  C J,si Dne Norvroocl*. jusind AEcnt ._-._.    -  33.   G.   WHITE/ ' v ��������� .        ��������� ',    E."-P. JVEfSSISi    --     ,*   ?-.   .-  >  f*t.3~������    <���������������..  ���������sss.  Many   Animals   Slaugbtered  Outbreak of Foot and -IVtouth Disease  Causes Great Loss In Britain  'Altogether there have been 3,245  outbreaks of foot and mouth disease  among-animals in the United Kingdom so far reported to the government,.-according to the Board of Agri-  culturef. ' The government lias paid  ������ 1,246;000 ' compensation   to   farmers  Good Propaganda  grateful relief to bruised, aching mus; ^^,_^���������,vv��������� v,������-*Jl^������^������,v^^ tu ���������J.������.*.i������^.J.w  cles. II 3-our joints are stiff and^-ou 1 fo-'"^^*!** de^troved bpoariw of the  are suffering from    Rheumatism    or  lor ^nima^ destroy ed because of viie  epidemic, but against this it is estimated, there will be ;������234,DC^)-received from the salvage of; heal tip', carcasses from the'animals! killed;  .'. To date there" 'have been 41,183  cattle slaughtered,' 20,014 sheep, 22,125  pigs and 34 .goats.       - ,    .  Lumbago; if Neuralgia bothers you  now and again,-use .trusty"old "Nerviline." Et works;' wonders, whether  the pain !s internal or external. Get  a large 35 cent "bottle from your dealer  to-day.        ���������- ���������-.-   -'- 7  ':':Nbv.'.More Asthmai    r Dr^ ,J. -iD. ��������� Kel-,  Ibgg's Asthma JReniedy    sounds ������������������- the^:  rlr������n*h  ktiell''-nf  +li-!ti" tT>viT������or. +i.������ii-h1<i. -T+  stops tlie awfulr choking and^qpainful  breathing.   ;..< It- ?guardsv agsLinstirnigbib  Bar ^o Radio Waves Green Feed for Poultry, in Winter  ;* '**  ���������':���������-.*.'��������� .' 1 ' ���������    -   --,��������� tf.: ��������� J I'.-...  Experiments  Prove They Are Absorb'-    ������s Necessary to Keep Fowls in Perfect  !]!!' ed By Magnetic Iron '    "   -"    '-!      '      Order for Egg Production        >  k-xpeiinients-have pro.ve.d*that;eitli:er;J;: :It .is; of the,,greatest importance that  day.iight tends to dissipate radio waves  or catises the earLh's crust, .."or some  other    undefinic^l'   natural phenomena|is  to be  obtaine.d, and  to absorb: them," fli������~   Aerial    League  of America announced.       -''���������.���������  The   experiment.;    were   conducted  the digestive organs of fowls be kept  in perfect order if high egg production  green feed in  some form-'will $ supply the desired  regulator. This fact is emphasized  by the poultry authorities of the Do-  by ' the    league    with.t-he aid of the [.minion.    Experimental    Farms,     who  American' Radio lU-lay   League   in   a I point out that in order to make provl-  Voluntary.Wlieat Organizations  Manitoba .:ii.^..,Gpver,nment'.    ....Preoaring  Legislation'to Encourage  Market-,''  ���������7 -*ih'g7p|ia#7>V".  As a result of the recent caucus of  provincial government supporters held j attacks and gly������s renewed! ability to  ,������������������  -rars^i.^.,   +r.^ ~m-^������������������^4- <a  ^..^ ' sleep and rest the whole night long.  ^Wmmm^ ,S?>^P^ ls^:e-j-Much is claimed for this remedy, but  pa^n^legiSlatloi).: to -encqui^ge thi0 ?&s-   uothing but what,can be demonstrat  tablishment of a voluntary wlieat mar-   ed , by   a    trial.      If you.���������:suffer from  kelSng organization,    according    to   a   asthma try, it and  convince yourself  raeanber of the cabinet.      Some of the   of 3ts greatvalue.  members of the caucus; were iu favor  of a compulsory wheat board bill, similar to that rejected at thejast session  of tlie legislature, being brought down  again,  but opposition  to the  compulsory feature developed."    While no decision has" been reached'"'yetrr.tlie feeling at the recent gathering-'was that  a  iprivater member  should   bring  the  bill before the,house   rather   than   a  member    of1   tho    goveritlhen t.:-^-Free  Pne-ss. '���������,-:':    "       ~  Returns   From   BafSn   Land  vrcrrld-wttle  object was  "check up." Tlie prime  tu dl.-=ccn-or the mysterious  phenomena which prevented, during  ijj<? fivi:- ^'v'.w'i ot Arctic daylight, radio  communication with the Bowdoin, tho  Dona!*i .vrac^fillan, Arclic cx-  .������.-:,.;-eh is frozen In the- Arctic  <������������������������' r-7:ih, ^':r.--i.-nl."ind."  l.r-   Arctic    daylight     period  plor������.-r  \c&  r-ri  After  ���������Mid p;< =  .5.1  --'j  r  ���������j-.u  TL*'    TiXtr  niycT.-1:-!.., ii  \h>-  riihttft'.'  In'".','.-  rir--<  CiT'.t'iS-dWHd  St,"Li.'"-    r>t    .%''������������������  tl.t  ij������  sc-iiion at J'r.iix'e  Itti-  fikiI������������������;���������- :iu:iv, /-'.rnm'.mi-  Uo'.vdoj.n.  -h.i    .-fiti'l,   "r-C-r'T'.lf.'    U.I   \U  h:.;-'iii     that     ������-r������vi-ri  tli������'������   f-umtlKTlv     pari  id   rurigu'.'tic   it'^Mi   in   the>  V'orl; and <,,anrnl;i."  sion for the winter months, a supply  of   cabbage,   mangels, or sugar beets  should be stored In tho root cellar or  pit.      Tliese should be crisp and firm  at tin* time of feeding.     The regular  Tending of groeh stuff aboxit ninett.m.  daily is  also suggested, as tho birds  will   look   forward   to   this   particular  kind of feed at some exact timo of the  day.      While mangels or sugar beetH  are  excellent forms of green feed  for  winter feeding or laying lions, cabbngo  lw-7 is rine ol' the best    green    feeds    and  in j should    bo    fed    whenever    possible,  .a 1 Snrouu-il oats make a good substitute  01 I for  tho   roots  and   well  cured   alfalfa  ]i.i.ivl'.s o������ clover leaves uuo very valu-  ;������lih>  lur  lids 'purpoH",  CHILDHOOD CONSTIPATION  laxative !  Constipated children can find  prompt' relief through' the use L of  Baby's Own Tablets, , The  are'a niilld but thorough,  which never fail to regulate the  bowels and stomach, thus driving out  coaustipal i oil a ncl ' indigos 1 Ion; col ds  attcl slvnplo fevers. Cdh'cerning them  Mrs. Ckispard Dalglo, IDeraain, Que.,  wi.'3tes: "'Baby's .Own :. Tablet's-" have  b������i-i?r.t,ol! great benefit to my littlo.boy,  who was-suffering from constipation  and .Indigestion. Th<-.iy .quickly: re-  -lievod him and now he is in the., best  ot health." The Tablets aro sold by  snedlcltui dealers or by mall at 25.eta,  u box from The Dr. Williams' Medl-  v.hw tio.,.' 'UvockvlUo, Ont, ..  "I Mad TerriMe JBackaetie  Fresn Kidney IHsease^   |f   ^j, irifh.    rr������.    ft.    kVlCitSSIl|4r    ������U������-  jlL^.I'^lJ-'ii    nuj&n Sin.., N.B.j -writca:  \\j,* M  rt' with t������rxil>[������ hackachis, reaulting  flBBBB'T'^f fc'rom ludhey clit^aue.. Al timet' in  j|l each month I remAined in bed.  87 i't- [win w,������i inorer than I conUI  *-.:r'.*1, '���������.n''f. \n> --/ilk ������*.*a������ .olmoof  ^ itTsposiibtr, I uurd about $50.00  v/r>rtt������ of other in������r!ictnea, S������ut  w������������!v lit'1'.J tetutti, Now I am  eotT!'plet,*!y K^i-Mr, after uainfe  ���������only lfiv������ Iiok.^s of Dr. CKHue"*  K\4n>*y-i .'v/rx  Pills.  Dr. Chase's Kldney-Llver Fills  Mounted Police Establish  Three New  Posts liW-Far North     s   *  x The Dominion Government has established" three more Royal Canadian  Mounted Police  posts  In  the north,  according to Capt. II.    T.    Munn,    a  pioneer of Manitoba,    who    has    just  returned    to    Winnipeg from Baffin's  Land, -  The most   northerly   of   tho  new ' posts    Is .located at Kllesmorb  Land,    about    latitude    76N.      Other  posts in this region will probably be  located west of Pond's Inlet, along Lancaster    Sound,   .arid at Lake Harbor,  '< Hudson    Straits. "1"'s Capt.    Munn    has  Tablets', been   trading   with   the   natives   of  Pond's Inlet, Baffin's Laud and Cumberland Gulf since 1912; and has returned   to"   Winnipeg   after   turning  over his -hyo trading stations at those  points to tho Hudson's Bay Company,  which purchased them, together with  all furs on hand and his 150ton auxiliary schoonei', for approximately $(>0,-  000.     Ho stated the fur crop* was fairly satisfactory this    year,   tho 'total  yield'at Cumberland Gulf being about  ���������1,000 foxes, valued at $128,000.  British Harvester Tells o? His Experience In Western Canada  In    a    recent. issue of the Canada  Magazine    one  ;of    the  young  men  who came out from England to work  in the western harvest fields gives liis  experience's". r His ; stbry.: ought to be  good propaganda among anibitious  3roung Britishers out of'omployment-at.  home.' ��������� '��������� ���������'.'I'"''  This young 'writer does, hot "a'ttem'i>t  to gloss over tlt& dilScultles: that are  to be encountered .when   the    green,  city-bred youth,, .from England ^essays���������  the role of -the lilred man on a Western Canadian farm..   - Ke refers to the  dreadful  tortures  o������  aching muscles  that    are    tho.    outcome of the first  week's experiments at, ^f^ labor buS_  ��������� he also ' polMts-. ^o^7fl||i^a^|majprIty.;'  of the; western ''farmers 'who."engaged....  ; ih^xp^rlenc^ ���������  iahd^ mad^^tlieftisk^f as ^Sf;i,aW'-pb������sS.  iblfi., at the begfnning, so that the re-.,  cruit had a chance to beconae seasoned^   .   [���������  ' -    ~7'7   '',. '/'��������� ';-:'^''"\     .  The l ��������� writer v.,6f : the ^;"'story recommends the ^western.farm ;td all young  men _in Great Britain : who are* not  slackers at toil. -He-"��������� informs them  that they will find the experience one  of the most beneficial from the stand-.,  point of health that -,-the^:, have ever  had. and^ that at the end < of three;  months of harvest work they will be  about $250 in cash with which to either  return liome or to look around for another job. He warns them, however,  to take stock of themselves before  they come to Canada. It is a first-  ' class place for real men. If, they cannot measure uo to that - qualification  .*~- ���������'.���������...'-',  they   had. better   reinalji   In   Great  Britain. "  /  Miller's Worm Powders will clear  the stomach and bpwels of worms, so  that the child'will no more be troubled  by their ��������� ravages. ��������� The powders aro  sweet to the taste atid no child will  object to taking them. Thoy aro nou-  in jurlous ln th elr com position, and  while in some cases they may cause  vomiting, that must not bo taken as a  sign that 'they "are'nauseating,, but as  an indication ol' their efCeetivo work.  Cattle Trade Witli Britain  Go  'One   pill  5*  ������1e*#������,  *2r������^i,i������.  lib  .l������o������r,     rtill ������H������������aJtir������,   ox   SUluutnnun,  A  Co,, 3;UB., Toronl-r*  ������������������������iiii mi in .������������������ii..in,i..i.,ii.i������i, r in i 11 imm limn iii������������nmi].i������.iii  iimiiiiiiiiniiiiii mm  - '    ������ iiihiwiiiimihi������������.hii im ���������.���������  iin-tvisni     Canadian _Cattle Will Have to  Some" to Get Srltlah Trade  An Kngllsh mar kel Setter to the Ontario Dept. of AgL'lcuUuro, Mnder dale  <tr LonduMi, '.!������"���������''���������. 1) *3r������y<i that 1b> cnt-  f'Ui huslneHs is In a very unhappy  hLiitts JuHI. now owing Lo tho wide-  Hprflad prevah.snco of foot and mouth  (HHrierii-ie. Tin- movoment -of ciHIb" it*  l.mohHill.'-Hl In. nni.ny dbttiicts, and lunny  ^ ni.luabli������- herds Im v������v lieen d<,sli,o.ved,  "1 Hii'lrvrsr ^'������" I'l-Hl lent tnoulh������ of lh<>  x i-;,. .mi "^ ���������,'..:, Ihan r.r������2,?.02 calllti  \n--re Jin|������r>rii-i.l Into 1.3ivril 31rlt������in from  ||ii.ih Irluli l'"i-ee Bliit������i. In I ho hjitho  period fjsiuiiiln Henj. SS/JIU CHt'th'.  'fSiecif! llgureH wlU give Cuniullau roud*-  em Hontt! Id'-ii ol" I he ennrmouH dnvel-  u|"nii**iu wIdcli will bat'o to lull's plur-u  ii������i:   |hu   iCuiuuliau   ������-u.Mhi   trudo   b^l'oi'c  For Frost Bites and ..Chilblains.���������-  Chilblains come from unciue exposure  to slush and cold * and iro&t-blto from  the,, ley winds pi winter. In the  LreuIntent oC either an "excellent, preparation Is Dr. Thomas" IScloctrlc Oil,  as It counteracts tho inilammatlon  nnd relievos tho pain. Tho action of  tho oil is prompt and its uindication is  oxlromely'^lmplo.  Divers Use Reiunrkjiblo Invention ','  Ono of the most remarknblo Invon-  Llonn ti.Hed by divers ivoat is tho oxy<  torch, by means ol" which metal can  nctuiilly be burnt- under wafer. It  ;.-,et-ius ^ilnio.-'.t _ Incredible ie Ihlnlt of  h'rnllng Iron lo the molltng i>olnl, when  il?*iH surrounded by water, but tho  mmie of tho torch Is tvuclreled by a  cylindrical Jet of ulr tlmL blows tho  waler away. The heat :Ih vovy In-  l:������.-nsi������ and hiwhly loculi7.cd, and, ay u  reMult,    thu:    neiiipei-atvire    Ih    i-uIhoiI  C. N. Express In Great Britain  Mr."Prod Salter, foreign;1 rafflc,mim-  ager of tiio Canadian Notioaial 'Kx-  I>vesa Company, who paused "through  Winnipeg recently,, .repprLb rapid  growth in express traffic between Canada and tho Old Country, and improvement in tho rate of' exchange will.  greatly Increaso business, ho mid, Mr,  Salter was , accompanied on hls'"tHi>  tluoiign the ivost by'Mr* H. G.-Waring, of London,    JSugland,    13uroi>fan  agent  oC the -Canadian'  press Gompany.  Natibnnl   Ex-  ������"anie|tii.������  vi\\  ��������� gnli  rnuilt������-l,  ;!��������������� curs  1'apHlV"  1h<-  HO A K R E  tlurglr> several HmoR  ard'o   Un   wnlcr.  and glv^s roUialV  mum  It:  a day with MIncuts tlm  funtruM  Itrll- \ enough lo heat  I Hteel.  throurch   the iron and  (A+lnar.'J's   Liniment  iflcSi^vca   f^iiu  ^  ii>  i  Minard's Lininient for Daudruft'  AV.    N,     U.    3004  VI  7'  '- W WWMH^MI  ^U^������i..ii.������M^'>i^������M''ftw''������'>������'l������i'S^  mmm  'mmmmtmwm  i������riwriiiii������-������������������...i������).i,iii..������ii.i������i,iiniiiil..ii|.r..������wi.>;.i>!".,.������  tmmmmwmm*������������Mmmtmimtfmm*m������mm  i^"**S������SWfTOmSMI^^|^^^  ^ez&W^^ .  -"llglleiiW^^ '���������  - )j(**������iWffi*^^M^>t^������^^ -THE    REVIEW,    CRESTON",
Ru At~K��e &isi iiiff Wlieat * Va ri^ties
; w ill J3e U>e veloped Soon As
. Result ol JL^scitiernri^ntal Work
That rust bad caused a io-s* of ?20,-;
000.000 this year to the farmers of
Manitoba, and that.in about five years'
time experiments which are being carried -on ~with^ the hybridization of
wheat varieties would result fn the>
development of a variety that would
be '. absolutely rust resisting were
statements made hy oxp^rts of the
Manitoba Agricultural College before
"the Royal Grain. Inquiry Commission.
The experts were-Prof. G-. R. Bis by,
plant pathologist, and Prof. W. G. ��.
Wiener, cerealist.       * ^^_ - -
XJ\ .     X>t��WJ'     ��3<t.lU     LMOK-     ^>R��     l'��UO&4      UJ
fungus and not by-weather as ma unpeople believed. -It caused a considerable reduction in the grade as well
as th�� yield.   *-*.-", *..
RustI said"" Dr. ' BIsby, has been1
known since Biblical times: ���> The
attacks had not been so--serious.~ pre
Cattle Sales Fal!  UH:
if'.-a s
-Jbtenen Airmailed JbroiAdki Down
On German   I errttor^r Uy
New: and ^TVly^terioias Agency
Outlook for  the   Future,  However," Is .
Said tc be Promising i
* - I
For the 11 months- ended November \
'30,. public sale sof commercial" cattle ]
were approximately 26,000 heads few-1
er  than during tlie same period  last ]
>AiW ...
���%&y:S: l--'A  ���;:".= "
.-.   I
���   e
Britain Wants Breeding Stock
5    .Near ~tbe gr^at German airdrome <tt
1 Fuesth.  four  miles from  rhe   r-irv  nf
3  -W
year, according to a report issued by
the Dominion Livestock Branch of the
Department of Agriculture. The
statement deals with the situation
as it affects the domestic market.
It is shown that during the month;
of. Novembes^ there' was a falSisg o����
of 19,912 as compared   with   ]&Keem-
ber, 1922. '  This "almost  accounts   for '
the total deficit recorded during the 31
months-under review.
"The   extraordinary   spenness   and
m'ildrn^qa      nt      tho      ive-aiha-n "   eovo   <1-..q
report, by way of. explanation,   "has
-��� - js    -.  *
������   . - <" ^-  -
For Supreme Court to Decide
viously in Manitoba as they had been       .   . -       , *    . j. ^      ,
��i.rtiv      In En-rfowd mat h-* ~�� i- ' acte<Kas a welcome restraint to the
j *      ��.t  -_*-*. .    ,.,_, ..     ,    . P      | rate of liquidation, Dut xz is neverthe-
ed trouble tit times but in the last few k ��� ... . vc t o
-..,... "       ,-^-j        j ��?ss   apparent   mat   mere  are   fewer
years little  had been experienced.       I     .,,    * ,   t ��� -
���        nr - Seattle to market, more feeo. available
��� JJr.      Kfshv     atatt>rf   frTinf-  fho ��"erttOVH.3 ! , ���*
- .       - -   -- .     .--:-- ���' jituu    a,    mucn    more optimistic tone,
of barberry .bushes, would be "a factor* relatlvely .BTCak!nff; than at "this per-
jn-the eradication pC r��s*   w*��!ch,   be   - .-    - --,-
said, could bo spread by wind.     The
fungus  had come To Manitoba either,
through being blown. In from the south
o*r from barberry ��bushes In existence
iw   the  -province.      When    barberry
bushes were removed from the spring
. wheat areas there would be less rust,
witness declared.
Asked what was the best remedy
in' the Canadian west, Dr. Bisby answered: "The remedy ,will be found
before long in the production of a
variety of wheat which ��� is resistant
to rust."
Dr. BUby said the weather v.'as a
^factor ia developing rust. In warm,
"damp weather, it developed more
rapidly and it was that fact that
gave the people the idea that weather
*vas the cause of rust. It was a fun-
���gus, however, and the plant" develop-'
ed quickly In a high temperature.
vProf. Wciner spoko of experiments in the hjbridization of wheat
Prof.   Weiner    said    that   varieties
jwith excellent rust-resisting   qualities
^liid been developed  already in Dur-
ums.     The problem now was to transfer the rust-resisting qualities of,Durum   wheat .to   Mai-qul"s.       There  was
.every prospect of-the jiroblem  being
.solved,  ho  said.       Tn   Minnesota   the
rust-resisting qualities of Durum: had
been transferred to    Marquis    wlieat,
���::ahd a type is being developed which,
'^"t^ltlle showing rust-resisting qualities,
..-I'joi^eseryed tho C'lmvacteristlcs of'Mar-
|ilUis."'- "��� ''������',������.''���'. 7 ���   '
���V; ^Asked   hgw  long   ii  would  take  to
���:develdp aj'tyoe-'' of "wlieat :;;that;v would
��� tip    absolutely1 ��� :ru^re"sist:iug,.���; 'i Prof.
Weiuor declared that^ih View of the'
\'olum.o-oC experimental:   work- ,; .bflng'.
done bjr universities; Tn; spring wheat
i.sireas to the south and   in   Canada   It
'|;-yfaa'pbs sible that in.    the    next'   five
���years   .��   wheat,   wbuhl: ^��'.developed.
,,tjfiat would be highly rust-i'-esistlagv --
I Would   Import   Heifers   From   Canada; Nuremburg,   there   are   fields   covered
I    -- U-^der. Giovernment Certificate j with   networks   of  metal  wire.       lt��-
"Vet%inar^" officials  and representa- j centL5" fourteen French airplane,  ��j -
tives of public bodies and veterinars' I "mS   froia   Strasburg  Townnl   Prague.
societies from all parts of the United j3uive h��&n foi""��ed io land In the \"leJ*
i Kihgdom, together    with   representa- \3ty     o��    t3��ese     fields,  which  extend
tives    from    Canada;    Australia    and \ directly across  the main air fine br-
South. Africa,  meeting   at  the   Soya! 1 tv'een Paris and VienT.^.
and  Business, Manager of The Dally'
H-erald, 'Calgary, Alt a.        ~
r* ���    t      iij��     ����   �� _
urowuig  in   lrianuooa
Question of Whether or Not the Grain
Futures Taxation Act Is Ultra -
The Supreme Court of Canada will
decide whether or not the Grain Future Taxation. Act is ultra vires.
-The decision of the Federal Government eii.bodied in an order-In-council
is made public, and is that "the following ^questions 4>e referred to the
Supreme' Court of Canada for hearing
and determination: v.
1���Had the Legislature of Manitoba
authority- to enact "chapter 17 of its
statutes of 3&23, entitled "an act "to
provide for -the collection of a tax
from persons selling grain for future
2���If as said act be.Tn. the opinion
of the court, ..ultra vires in part only,
then in what. particulars is it. ultra
"As the oucstion thus at issue depends uponl^ho interpretation, of the
legislative powers of the province,of
Manitoba under _the British North
America Act', the" "minister of justice-
considers it desirable that Your Excellency's government should be advised by the Supreme Court of Canada
as to the enacting authority of the
province' of Manitoba," states the
order-in-council. 7 ���
Cultivation   Has   PracticaHy  Banished-
- Rust:from Southwest Section   ..   *'
The posslblities of corn- growing in
Sa&ltatchewan were discussed at s recent meeting of th% Regina Board of
Trade- when 'C. -J. Watson-aad C. A.
Cook�� were authorized to appoint a
committee to finance the donation of a
trophy-for tho encouragement" of Saskatchewan far"mboys in the cultivation
of corn to be available at next j'ear's
show. - - "
Gordon McLaren, of Pipestone,
Man., declared corn had proved the
salvation of Southwest Manitoba,
and S9;O00 acres had been sown to it
during the ,present" season. Where
eorn��had been grown, weeds were becoming unknown and rust troubles
had vanished.
Sanitary Institute, passed a resolution
declaring it desirable' to allow- the Introduction of breeding heifers , from
Canada- into Great Britain, subject" to
government certificates that" they are
freeVfrqm .tube^xsulosis.
, One.'XiOadon "cattle "inspector, referring to the wholesale slaughter of
cattle^ proceeding in Sngland, as- a
result- of" the foot arid mouth, disease,
said lie was confident that if Canadian
heifers were imported as 'ec temporary: .^measure, ' importation would .be*
come permanent- .when farmers  here
reailo\BG.   ute   tiutulty   Oi.   iue   0-a.miu.ia.iJL
taraies  Trade  With  Britain
Canadian  Wheat Can  Be SKlppca Via
Own Routes
Dr. "W. It. MacDougall, chairman of
the Montreal" Board of Harbor Commissioners, has returned after an extensive trip in Europe during which, lie
investigated the trade situation with
particular, regard to th.& establishment-
of direct Canadian trade routes.
"I think by co-operation between
tlie buyers in Europe and_the ship-
pers"~��n Canada it would" be" possible
to kandje a vessr great percentage of
Canadian wheat exclusively through
Canadian ports," he said.      -��������'"""
Great Britain, he said, can always
ha regarded as a steady customer
and he was optimistic regarding Canadian trade relations with tho mother
.^ BUM. PAAXAmm..        vw - VKV.-KM VM
Will, Assist   Immigration   Authorities
In ^Bringing  Farm Settler? to
���        '"^ ' Canada    '   *
Resolutions- pledging co-operation
with the immigration -authorities in
bringing Ukrainian farm, settlers to
Canada; creating a central Ukrainian
committee of Canada^which will state
the general policy of Ukrainian farmers to go in for mixed farming, and
established scholarships for Ukrainian
girls, which will,enable them to take
up the study of domestic science, were
passed- at the firs't Ukrainian educational and economical congress held.in.
Winnipeg recently. Ukrainians from
all parts of Canada were in attend-
have been Instantly confiscated by tb��j
German authorities -and ���the pilots
have been arrested before they hav��
had an 'opportunity of! ascertainic^
xhe cause of the forced landings, On��3^
pilot, however, was. able to discover
that an inexplicable hole- several inches wide had been burned in his^alu-
mlnum oil tank, and    that    tho    lead
��� 7        BeJieves In Publicity
���Miami;   Florida,   spends   $275,Q00;&a;
year for tourist advertis Ing.     "~V
It;pays to patronize holjie industry.
Buy Xrorii- the""merchants ;in"ypur o\yu
4town��:7 V;:... .���'"':-.���.��� ..-'!'���-7 ;'v,':7 '":-'"-' --v,.
solder_ of the gasoline feed pipes had *
been -melted  In  some manner which
he could not understand.
Forced landings of this" nature are
still  occurring in    the      vicinity    oi -
j? uerLji  every few days, and the  un-   i
canny .regularity    of these mishaps, 7
aii in the" same   locality,   is    causing
^reat anxiety among the  officials   of   ���
the    Franco-Roumanian   Air  "Serviee
Corporation.      It    is    rumored    that
PreBclx  Secret   Service     agents     are--*
cprletly     investigating     the     circumstances jof the accidents, for th�� probabilities of ordlnar'-    es^ne    trouble
and  difficult  air  currents   cannot explain these alarming mishaps.
Are the Germans using a secret
ray to disable foreign aircraft? asks
Ernest Brennecke, in "an article in
the New York World. And could
such a raj- be used with, still deadlier effect In different ways?
Many scientists who liave given
their attention to these questions
within the past few weeks seem. Inclined to answer ihem In the affirmative.
Not long ago a number    of    motor
Says Canada Needs Icars ^ere teouskt 4o a dead Bt��P OT1
Tl��     r*  i    o    .-   la lonely road near Nauen in. the dead.
_"H    1      nj��"ht-     Conflicting explanations of
. 5 ^^e incident liave come from various
May be Danger-of Over-Production of Official  and -non-official "sources.       It-
-      Ext.^cted  Koney 1 js t3le opinion of nTany experts, how-
"Canada imported 300,000 pounds of j ever, that all the circumstances of the
coiuo honey last year\and there is no affair point to the probability Hiat tbe
reason why wc "should not have that carg were put out of commission bv
bUBlnesa." said II. G. Sibbald, address- a- powerful wireless wtr. "whose exact
ing the annual meeting o�� the On- -ataro was v.nknewn. focusscd across
taito Beekeepers' Association in Tor-  that particular section.    On�� German
"There is danger of over-production
of extracted honey, but little danger
as regards comb honey -because of tho
time and car�� demanded/* he added.
Approximately: 30,000 tractors are
operated by7 forms 7 in the three
prairie provinces of Canada. : Their
yalu�� is��� estimaied"at:$24,000,000..'.'���.[
���Want Own Agricultural Products
... .,' ,   , . .   -3..-J.     L
.Good    Market   In   Qreat   Britain    For
Canadian Produce
;��� ���j Canadian agriculture) 1 products will
��� in future command more, aud more the
~attention of the British consumer, Dr.
,/Jji' H. Grlsdalo, deputy minister of ag-
"riculturo, oC Ottawa, tohl.the convention of the,Woatei'xi Canada Live stock
Union at Victoria.        "";,7    ���������."������
.'i -"Canada,'" is   quite ovidently'-Biving
'Vraore attention to the i-equlrerhue-nt of
tho British-consumec    than    In    any.
���:dihor of the Dominions,   Bponkl.n.R'   fn
V   general    wi<y."    sattPDi', "forisdnlo.
''","W��  must  not,  however,- hesitnte in
ojar efforts far a mom-em M' we would
hoUl oiiL- place, and Jniproye the wa��n^,
jin the so-British mat'lkda.     The British consumer- likes what-;-he lik.efl riv
gardlosff ,; of    ,\vlio    will fitfutslt it  to
Miim, aud day falling oij'ln QiiailiJIy ur
quality very quickly re nets  upon  the
flourcc nffcctod.f .7
1 en  Te^ms to Try dB^'^ppti^-
technician who accompanied the night
party in question has declared tliat
what Xauen sent out that nigh t was a
directed beam having such characteristics and such power that it might-
be regarded as an entirely new form
of wireless ray.       .
What is  eausfng concern to Allied'
military  experts at  the  present  moment, however, is not merely the fact
that a- few commercial   planes   hav e
j been forced to the ground in Germany
and 'lost, but the far more startling
* probability that those who possess.;a..
ray capable of destroying aerial machinery at considerable distances wfli:
eventually he able, if thoy should so
desire, to destroy any kind of machinery, and at any distance.     The mys-.'
terious  ncir ray, if it  really  exists,
may prove to be a destructive weapon
of almost unlimited possibilities.    On
the other hasuV, i�� it is turned to ustv:
fitt and peaceful purposes it may solve
the great problem of th�� transmission
o7 power by radio.
Jean  Lebcl with  his team at Quebec.
:'-����� '��� ���"   . Trophy
Advocates Mixed Farming
Grafn    Expert   Says   No    Danger   for
Some Time from Russian  Export
Investigating CmmtTlan grain handling methods, T. B. Zapoleoa, grain
expert ^"iih tlio United States Tariff
Commission, and Dr. II. Bruce Price-,
prefessor    of    marhctSnjj,    Minnesota
University, wore in Winnipeg lycenUy.
Mr. iiaj'HLvk-on, an advocato oi mixed
m * "
farming, both for Cititrd Hlato.-? and
Western <*anj*.dii jt'^oduc*.'!-.-?, dr-elared
the livestock flndnstry roust be built
and other, crops uh:o grown in ord��'v
i.to put aprlculturc on a flnu b?),,;i.��. 11��'
Jap Emiflranbic For Brazil
]l��-i'orc'tho cttrthrLi-i.alc��> tho J'^puu-
esc Onvei-n.mo.nt hacE allot tod $110,000
to tUa ''Social Affntrs Burc-riu" to cn-
cOHUife'o Jiipii.iu-.su titiLiKriiajri tf> gf* to
llrastll. Mom than hm IochI IntelM-
gfluncVailco'fl In dlff'oivnt parts of J'np-
an promoted tho move blent.
N.    IT. A' ino-t
tlri'al Inlr-rr-r-t, \n bc3ng miniEferdoil in the Inlomnljonal Dor--; 1">orby to h<�� ntn at Quebec durSwr t��n-e VA'Int^r <; ^-3,,,-j ^ui iiUr^Un ^,kuii b.-Jug .-.hU--
Cnrnlval In Fobinnry lioxt-. At presont, ten cnlrlofl have been rocolvod and others are- expected from the north f p,Hi xn world ntark.-t-s :Ih ��nvrirVn5,1ng
shore of the St, Lawrence nnd from,tho AbttIM mining district. As navigation will soon close. It will bo a.t��coesa'rr 1 tho report 'trtuh* of <tt.-inada nnd <h��>
for 'oulrb'-rt froni iilio latter district to mush -1.00 miles to roach Quebec, Tluv Northwestern Alaska Chamber of j United Stales, Ilu.srihu'rt umrkctlngs
Comm^rcfs in Icoenly.intcroRtPd Ire tho race and la aiow considering tho posnlblllty of! entering a team to j-epre-s^nt I so> far. he described nr> a mere "drop
:Ala��!ca. It tbls cHii'bo nrrnngod, tho- Quebop-event villi lie .tho grcntoHt dog classic In -111�� history ol" the continent. I jn |]10 bucket.*" PoRi'dbtlity of ITusshr.
., .lean I-elnd,,wlnriiu' of,-hint; yoar's race and driver of 011�� of! the two teams to ho entered thJs year by lh<a | reaching bt-r au-����-wnr output in very
'Drown Corporq.��k>n, bad the mlsforlutiu U>-loso liiti leader .whh:U Wis run,ovei1,by an autottiohlU> rsvcvnuily, BjuI he SiU.s ��� remote, and Canada h:��rf xiorhing ��,�����
another younffdog already trained to replace It nnd; til I hough b<i think a the race will be hard foutrbf, ho fa confident [ f,-,ar item thin nanirfer for a <wnsJder>
that 1)1.-= I emit will ngiilnilnlHli In tho lead. , lis We ��lm��\ M'r. Zapole.on baIiI.
/ iil.7^  Sf ||  as s /?  If  PIS  II'-  I������'  pll:  mm  IM  l&v  111;.  1*7 :  W3������  it  Wy  "i:V  Im.  7si  j'Kil  m:  ii  3s  i  I-  It  ���������'. rT',^5~^:~"H"::'^-^^^ -.������������������.-.":;:-:-'::���������'.-".���������'���������"'   - :���������-������ ���������;-:;;������������������;.:.-.;,.-, 7- .--���������-';'VfJW-^^MHWlisI  THE   CJSESTON   JUEVISW  o=���������  ������������������������  IB  in fact everything in otir   ^  '.. bppoftuni^  SIR  M^Lk WW  ������  \-W0Bm\  BB.-- '08  IWS1  Mi^^Lm ������- 'B' -^b^^j^wF^5^ ^r-��������� ���������      ^     ."���������������������������,H cf B-B 9 Sb^^b        ^ttjJK^H ._���������.���������.:     . |9 ssi.^w?  ....  ^SK^pS*  H  Don  lUtll -  ,.     . . _ .,...__.  shadows, this is indeed tlie most  dare  daring conception of price si  offered to the people of the Creston district.  M  meye  ever  .j? ���������.,-. >���������  '.S '"!-.':������������������''-  '-. '  7i;7u. "���������'- "'.���������'���������  ^^k mv ���������      own i bf������  ON   THE  Look!  ok! Loo!  Here is the sale that outclasses all  previous     selling     propositions  with its intenst selling.      In fact  it   is  the  King   of  Bargain  Invents with the JL-rtti orii  7* Days Only'.- 7  ���������*   * ii. ,.  ���������;.;������������������''Gome by car!  . Come by train!  Tilib Sale its, without doubt,  a 'Bargain Carnival  of  Batgaiu Giving I  ^HttflS^ fifl HI   BS? Bfl ^kJBBB^ EH        BBjBH EBJHBJ BBj Bfl tIBB'  KM  on Sale!  What] an   opportunity!    A   merchandise master^strbke,   A positive saying on  every   purchase  xrriti   m>������l>^������   t*nir '��������� >w*������   . r^vf-    m   HiPiirQ  IMSBiWmSMg^  5|������yffi"'iB^W^'^^^^  MM  ���������m


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