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 ^th*?!������������-!*"^^ ,,....  torbi -siththe object of obtaining first  H0������  on  -'���������..' ';���������:; ���������: i:'" *';-������: .j^*;?-.^^'*i^'."A'#^!::?S**lS^������S^  7'.7;--"^7'-?;'^  ' "'" ''"^pK^SOKio^aapai"*^ ""  mast show the total number of such  British Bufcjects who are entitled to  ';s\i^?mmmi''-''^'''tiotSm number.of   male  lolaeB^n^alKlili^^p^, Irbwd 3b:  attendance at the concert given by  Creston High School Literary Society  ������<IB*$^AMmm'������!">a^  Other figures that we   are   unable   to  accurately'describe^ the whole numljer  3siiii|si^^  tjained while at-Victoria,  althouffbhia  &7>75  :-re--K)rtl-a8-nbtTyet':'be������n  :*'������-*������]i:;r;s'  that   ,���������__. .,.���������5ii-*fa4toiai������l  . ���������������.. m\.-. v ���������...��������� -.-.^-/^���������>^'..'������t/-'-.'.v*f*^i*'*',.v-^j^-X\^Vit-?,a| .O^.''''"-7 ^-j^e-'"'���������������:-?-���������-.'������"<**-,>'-'"' !.���������������-.) ���������;-*'"-'���������"'.-..>  ::fb-r^b&i=piro������b^   " ".S-������"������Si^*-i:S-";*2&^������^^^  "   OEBUuntaiu-iiuc   ^"^F^Sfc  .*r������Zf vW-r.c  is Ho&D^sswrj uEder the ^--llag-% Act-  asr #sidcist^ -s^etber p^j^rtybjwners  neiiliww^ab^  such searches of tith* will be Tejr-^con-  :ion;7|^^^  '. A"*^'gw'.iw"*fe'^'^'.^-^������������������.^���������te *-r^-^*;-J/":*.-.---.:'r--,:J?'-*.,-'->-'.- :-..:>-������*-������.���������=/���������"-':a*-"-.'' .,      .- -~Zx--.-. ���������������'--"'--Jiiu-,-.- 7 --7-.--*;-"e'U'-  "Below will be found  a  list -of  th*  wti<SJ^^  ed in the needlework   section, of  the  *;*-:;i:^^*~'ip1'Bttim^^  ;e^lfenb:^for-tb-B'   x^:!^'-i^^^-'i^?r-vy'^j^^te;-:ft<..-ft-'^'-^;^^������-A:: i  muKiug up UI.-.IMIO  gunjuai   pnuc iwujC  fair;    In r-srirang the ins* iheitli-a has  been* tspt'Jn: **������!bd b*' s*fe5*sg������ prise?*  foirthe'mostpart; on ariicles.bf more  or Sess d^SyuwCa and' if assy autasdiugf.-,  exhibitor   would  other  so  we wiii bee that %^.masi*je x^pvov^nt  to the attrition of the prise list com*  f?K������ ���������: ��������� ������������������ife^jbej^  f-~,\C- '."j;..*'' '^ "' i) *!"'-,rJ''-',"^:'t'-'"t*^i"''."t"1*'* -''-'^---''^'?-**ViV*;i.^i^'*"'i*''' !"'-.'''-'tV*j-*.~b'-"'���������'-���������*'l-:^' 'W'<"',',-*^'*Ti'^--'''r^r.**%'"'-���������''  ';777.7:."7:7^nnbi*i5^p^ ,.... ^^^^ Svifi-������^ >������;  #:S7% >, c-' :^^������sMi!SS=S'aSi%-^^  -w-~._ ^���������-.-^-.���������Jcbres^r^Thbl^'-^^^^  ���������v"uentire company^ii&asc^^jSL.T.est- & '.������ ^������i������ii������r m  71three-lpars 60Dg^4^fei^ Blind Ms^"  a^,^.*  ������������������eaejt^^  icinality wilt be larse by reason of the  ^tt**^  (  ���������SJi'&i-mm^y&Jfc'mii^'m*^  K---t.s-f.-faB.--i'iW-wvyw-u yj-.iw^;.,������.-**������������������.yv-Bswf.. afe--HM-Bfta-\; --B-h--N������������---,-'  special prizes  will   permit,   -ssmet-oue  Wl|*tW|giM������-3^;i|m  ^Boie^������B-i-������^  iBtel^M^-naade^-^^ :-ff;.7  " ""''ffi^:"fflaia4*BBaait"  ibasesi777';r:;  of cro-  ingsofAlS the other; burnt ccrk artists.  most efficient but lack of: a couple;"-pf.  soltnats marred -^aewhat their; ofcheiw  ;^ji^p|enlilS5p^-?^  22:5  particulars reqiiired t-> be included in  the petition tor be presented, and also  B^yVShi^waist^  |?^i^M^lHH|aSrkJ""  Collection crochet work, five pieces*  s:gi^fb^ia^u^|fibM^^  |;i|J|||^ -with  -ilri^ktiriliafefefTM *tf^...^teioiW������������*<������M#u������"SiTimWaTfc^^ ' 'Ji'ir;^',' ���������.-.'���������>'. v? :--77  "|esc������l*^s^,7?;;7:i:':':i77^ ? ^>?.^7';  in presenting the petition before  ^Mtsn^s^l^^numtl-eL.,;^  ' -*;������';S^i^~St^2?&  *SSS5i3gn5fi2iS3  the play; Misa -Marguerite Cra-^prdj Child's swestci  scored qaiie ai vocal . triumph in _hep| :''-SK������*M ���������?& &*  rendition of^  the  old������������������';:"r*������erl!UV-"4^wl--::SSKSSSl  ii/r-^..S-j^t'^  ���������"'..���������'���������'.���������  -^'-  |i^^Sb)^p^^r^hi^|^.b  iment was admirably played by - ber  --'^���������A-we^itb^ior^c^,*^^  eevealed in   the- presentation   of the  ������pjbt|f^Bl^^mSe-^  .:-7"t.ba'tl^wiJn^4ji^i^'iS^^  '"'������������������������������������Pa.ir'pjHs'-* cj  ^������aK?ci������<������fc=  ������������i������qn!5&|^  j-fkr-wentse'i _     _  7 T|^^  .^7Jr-.-,.v--:>..':":7".4-��������� j"-;-i'--*;'���������:i-"1--;'"7^V7;^.-'----:^:.''*-->j>:���������i>---.,,I.':V-%'\-r'^''--'.* ";-.-^->V'-'.-.'.���������'-.-''" ".:..::'-" ���������'"'', '��������� - -v-^r>''". -��������� '������������������ 'IS'l  Jon.if s"';S#'7*3K=-7-^7^! 7:.7;:^.'-!^^^  -^lSwj|te^:|--������btjS!^ '������������������������������������ ���������''"'-  'i-'^E8������?.:  -':"'"''"'^ B"^S3Sft'  '-\3l^|piiitgiliiiig^  censes art* not -^nl.^ ^  .towi������^i^;^y^ii^^^  can be spent in any binboer within the  Village, the tja^-^ntW to a D^  ;j^uit^n^j|^^i^  ���������; iieitiaui'w^^  ' the upke*n pf a h������MPt^i ot Pcbools.  ���������7" A DistiipM^ li^corpor������-:  ���������;^^^&-5^!^^^^^^*E-^.  Bignatu  more  -|antf';iib������"fniIuiB^af wjfchlffi^bb:j ������i������l!^  - -w'sbbwnlby&n^  'Jb!-5i--sna^tp^pf:i!te^  ': ���������' 'V:   ���������;-.;.:.'��������� ^i^-a:-^'?'i'-"^.7'';" !���������'.'���������"  ��������� .i   1 ������n i 11I���������...    iii...ii||l.|..iiii,il 1   .1     .11   I          hi    $*������������^S������{ wfeich thb high   schbol  principal,   C.  mmm^SggSB^  lilWg&gg^^ ������������������ ^y  "?'an^.i'?���������S6������-knj^Sa-~i-.,2Br^SS^^^^t^^&^'^^^hS^i&mT^te^Si^^t^^^S S.i^rmMmlmmtot'SmGiSmjimlf'^^ mm JiSw���������r.-r~-.-'^^':i7  7;::9f  --K:  Littlejoiibv^ Bra We'n*U"r, Evelyn Bevr  an,:sr.d ^FbhEJ" Mu*rr?4i" and /the. judges.  c������ntjic batef ������ r. BTOUsaon w^^^^^^  . - ... . * ..- .���������*^^^tv^ -"-IT..-'.' .T-i1;!-*..-'^*1! ,-_. .--*N ^^'^i���������iit. -���������'- --').*���������  ,'-'-'iv''-i.TiV'.rH"-.j,SV'l,.-^,-'.������������������ ->   , t-jV ,' -i.- |.**ii^^. ���������' ?'.  upon to display uiuch versatility, and  wbetbcr'the pac*'.."waa slow or^speedy  he -responded to -every- situation with  sTcabst ess hundred'per eesit eflfefe-asy.  ���������jn st-flosnewSflat.  |s^=^?!������.pi|s*  ������������������>.'  "Wmst the  ycjunger. membert; of, the  party danced.   An:   excellent  supper  wais se-rvedv "tsd .'-^eryoiae thb*b������!gh!y  onib3^^������;ev������--"li^:;;:^  ..    Oronip^^ha&^^  wbbkej^drwith^lma^^  ':-.:r,v."v..-'.'^!������.^..^'*i&^>^^i>������;^^^  'Mti.; Sid McCttbe nnd Children werb  between trains callers . at  Creston on  ^-^ay^^SI^I-^ll^  7';:S������-i-M^m^  Cranbrook is beri-,\and takes the placo  Jack ^Thabvi'������s8uro^i;;o  WilllanisintebcSst^bringhlBWift-arid  ;fWlily: ������������������ihVt-b";;to'p  house1icair<'i������^;:brbbui^  ���������''.-���������"i.;.--1';: ���������'"-':iis.-:.";''.('-.-'-'-;v-"^'-''-"."::-i'--'i~. .'-,;.-'-"r':7:.','-V ���������:\---Ci-"''-.*': --'.'"'','���������-..'' :7';:N7"' ���������-.'���������'.,>.'  :��������� '::''S������^l������hIrtaht:'!;,^^^ ''��������� ('Gr^nbtwU-i:'  who has been on tn������ yard crow for tho  n^t;:tht^.:month^  hoine'. In: thb,di vlrfbna^  announced us a tie  between   the  two  ^sb^aui^'i^r^^  .-.'.:;-Following this came the flower co-till...  on which was produced  under the dlt������  ectinn of Mrs. Siddbns and Mrs. Brous-  son,   with   Miss, Lillian ;Obe"T������nKtpn  '^ery lca]b"������^ ���������.  :3nteb^^fcb^gbart:'' "'in' '^ijn^l'drlHr^wei-*  Misbes ' Katherlne   jLit-tiejhon,   Eme  ��������� m ..111 ^.11 1 i.   m 1   .      .    11^1-1 iiipb. in i.i 1 ���������       1     .    ��������� |. mm  ��������� ��������� .     .  yr^i?^jiy'.9:,^r:<i ix-. ������������������-���������':<��������� S-.7 7-v..-',,  :.3^1 ^^mi^x^ ^eSM\  ���������^mmminm-m-mmmmm. J;^.;"-1 - *^;'-:-'"''. .��������� J,B?TBi i  Pii^-sH'i''S4  i" *'"*"���������'"   ���������'''���������fe;;:';^^.   ^^iR:7:if**-ii!iii*"-(i-r.<'i,'Mi  'ft   -:'7'  i'i    , *���������  M  .������3r'f.l ���������.'.'"'1 , .-I '.." ��������� .���������'���������".'71"   '"' i**1/^" "  ;':WILtlAW'^',D"vy":::'v;'':s  ���������tt'Mir;:^^^  dar; whobsa! bben.on^^^  p'ast'ien' uaysiia'-r:.again'��������� buck  st work.  7:7'.'.7!-:,',..;:^,;-'::7^,;.';;;^ 7ij';.-.;,;'���������;.; .':���������,���������,-';:���������:"'������������������.';V- ;,;"-.-���������',���������'::7.'.;  ���������'^'������������������Mr^iS^  '-fived^lsii^^ee^.^ ;1i!t<������^'i" M������bwr,':;  Mrs.'Jqneei.at  :eni';:Vifltli ibe.'c^bt^^j^  ing'a-stay ^he^^;W"-.'ai-,'.^^  presentpliinu;   His  w  expected ,.;to:;^|^ ������������d ������*  the month:7 ^Bbe Is s^  -tM������lii*iyc������;,.a^',Wj(iawl^^  ' ">" l1   ������������������-!  -.������������������'77 ������������������::. "������������������:���������"���������  tlliil  leu  i-g-a a.'  '. .'..',- ,'/.,-   ..1 '-  i. ,,ti',.,.,,;  'iMm8*%^*  of  iter;;kind': ever   plioto^  S^ftHc'dll:'itt^d hrptight' '|������;rc|-';'  from the. audience.wTifcuWill  make you ttffc on the eldligeldf-  your;,,. scM^ft.T frojii, ILh^uning^  tO'Ond^N.Y', Telegraph;,, v  REGULAR PRICES  The wbstbonnd fi^Igbt ^  very heavy tbe-wj day������,atid 11* tlmw  Is necoosary to ubo the sldinKS as -1Ar  wiant hm OrbsUin lb yard tne iit-cuiiiulut*-  :lny:,Cftrs,'-v7;'',.,--;-:'.,..'.7';7'-' ','7-}}-.-]:^J,:7Z';\T':--i:  .;. It Is.- expected tbut thero w^l bo  three work train's for the; All at Kobt-  eniiy' ttabidlniC..' ttestle," with; tbf Viffbrlc;  to' B^srt about the 10th, Bctwosn tho  ���������^ork trains and extra" ga Qlrdni-  wUl :h*f']������" ^nBy.^biirfi- poaalbiy Until  .JT^i'i&sS^jg,up t'mc" ;' ';7"'" ���������'"'''' ". '...,  ' After March 10th th������' yard crow will  gc^bn shift at 20k, Instead of ������S8k aa at  present* - This Is to bxpedito . th������  cfflclent linndHng of the work trahm  to arrive  ...i, -..- ���������'..".  ^���������]yr^  : lk%m^^E  'y^B.y>\ *w^^^|J;::3:"v ���������:���������������������������:  yg^-ZBAJB^^  : OATS,.-not'sacked, $2.45  'l;y7':','.   ..;;..:��������� ���������' ',alS0v7;',"������,,':7; '7:';',���������;���������������������������.  First-class Sates "lisy  ton Brae air that the. part of - the none  job sssertive bufcT non������--lees: sijapiciouB  :$$febfc^  Siddone was much at home-in the role  ened cir������unist-i^^  desirous of winning the hand of Deti-  tbi,!    the   retired    bak������Mf*s    daughter,  :Ms^^^0^^nW^\WMi4i^ J?b^>Miss,  ;"ubd:;::g|a^^  e^|flp^'t|M;;. j^t;.v:detoik^e^r  tf^n-twR^^ I sluiidingi yojrlik.  piwti (: ''Al^ej^i; -39;-jijclc4-������I'= ^DMdl' ������|;^inp^-iBiiiJ^'  as M^b'(^e:"flfllie*?--fl  PaynecerUinly made therbi^oS"the  wbrkl^i^igned -A ^i������C^Vl.w^viB^itt.  |poiiie^]i-iiab������-!:-:'i-^%y:,.yy'Cr{'\ '7p-:;-'^"',J"J7'.  ���������i^?tfus.i\ji^ ^weH:<������*t*ani-sd:  wbili- the stngo - fut niturc, wao ������U that  one would expect in the parlor of a- x-b  tired bskor'B homo nt Bireblngton on  Be������^; 0hVs^no',^2-thb;; nfa^l;,^i^bl������1--,  ly tho ebtertQlnment whs lieyoncl the  :bx^-^^t>iii������;. lb?7^"p {JP*f?Wo*bn^v^������,  proceeds being car-'Bnar!te4.;, for,, cotcta,  neceiiaary ortra equipment at tho' bigb  acllOOl.      '.''���������,  .-'-,7.."..-,' , ....  ������������������ 1 >..,',;'��������� ;���������-v';''7^-J'>  St, Patrick's Night  77;;-:r::^!  L.a*iiea Holy C?roea Church  .... 7 ^77l*^#^  ADMISSION    ;   : _ &Q CeszQs  :fftK':'  Kshi  Mine Agncu Hsgcn was a weekend  visitor at: Kitchener.'������������������������������������ J:,;';v,'V���������'":���������'':'!  ���������:/:^7':I*(t������l*>s^^  ! A $11.00 Bristol tStftbl Fly Bod  with oork handle will be awarded  the peraou   oatchiog   tho  largest  <:<i'������  Lowiv-On Friday, Feb, 22nd, between Chratobon ..school. and pobtofttcc,  lower half' of .fountain'..pen., Finder  leave at jHfevtew Oiwicc ana receivo re-  ward* " 1 ' ��������� .  and a quantity of WHEAT,  OATS and BARLEY  SUITABLE for SEED  . SACKS Sc.['^xtta, ot  ',���������"���������":���������>���������       exchanged  .'  Prices f.o.b. car at Creston.  CHAaikURRELL  QOaoar Omer anci - Juck. Natho������������|l.������ir<s  both at present on the nick list, but  we are glad to hear both are improving.   ���������..''--',; ������������������ .,'.--.,. ���������'-..;    -."'".-:',' ''"',"'_ ;  '*������������������ Barry Mcnouuld^ who hisl������M������,ll������������  guoat of Mr. fend"'' Mrs. H. Roslnd*le  tho post wc*k. r*turned to Oran"br*>olt  on Monday. ' ���������������������������'[ '  Tho Kill Krarto Club wish to ann-ohnee  thsfc they Axe putting on their cono������rt  on .Saturday, Mnrcb 15thi Adnuiis������io������i-  to concert, which lucludfa dance-������flcr  and cupper, >m cents. ;C'hlldmi, on-l*r  ��������� ������4, ii*������. ������������b������������>a. ��������� ��������� . . ...        ,  Mm. Joy was hosteaun at ������ v^it ������������������������  first part of th������ r-vening "waa devoted] 15th., .192*.  -.���������'.���������  A f 5.50 Fiabing Tfcoklo Box will  b* o.w&rdcid tibe p������rnon oatbhing th������  la^r|e������st ButtM.   >.^n. "���������^���������M ] -pf\ -^"7.;'-.'[���������:* '"'"'  .'. r '���������"-*"- ^"7' ? ' *.;��������� i''.-7-.'' ..',-;,' ;>;'������������������  pi(������ r--,K*1'. -: ,>;':  ,,",Any psraaH^sa������l^^ ec^ssrp-p^fce..^  for pricof-,..,'..'. :'.r.. ,".-     ...,,���������,-,���������,,-;, , j: ,--.>���������.:-.-  ,,.���������.-.-/  '':: Trout or Ba^uS'trtUBt bo csaufiht ott ;'"',  Taok^ rj-fl-pohawa at our fttor-3.'' ���������:  Trout or Bas������ muati be brought  in m tak������n from wator. -  'Tipotcit.or oiMW:, will ' too... rftttirnooi - ���������  lo o wiii^r ta������i cc-3-a us 177-cl������!b.cc&  c:tt*3    .J  o* Tho taold������ tlio Trowt or Brsh i  aught on  must bo brought wit.  ftah to our atoro, so Umi   w*  m���������������  jryi*%w f."f-������n������i - -amn has Ibaen  ca.ush-1 '  on ottr,tnn8lcl6u  Prbe������a will ba awArdcd   on Nov. mw-  MvSwK  <fc*M&������i  mmmm  :::,-;-/--..'5-Qft:',:>.:,-!  -':-!;":  .���������:���������>''ft'isS  4  -TJHLi*; - -REVIEW1, * 'CRESTON,    B.    C.  WORLD HAPPENINGS  YTnin  Folks who want *thp  very best use  - REO 'ROSE "ORANGE PEKOE     TS  \Vhere   Canada   Skould   Emulate-Britain  In a recent article in this column the opinion was expressed' that during  192-t the -people of Canada should vigorously attack the problem of debt reduction, and that the effort should include- all Governments and individuals.  Many people have learned by bitter experience just how -great a millstone  around tSiei*** necks is a burden oil debt. The resulting "worry has undermined their Health,.handicapped their efforts, and made otherwise' assured progress impossible. And. what is true of individuals is equally true of Governments and nations if people would only fully realize it.  The iinperative necessit3r ot boldly facing and tackling the problem of  debt reduction in Canada is emphasized by"*a recent newspaper despateh from  Ottawa giving Canada's net debt on December 31st last as $2,415,538,100,.an  men-ease during the year of $3,041,949. That is to .say, five years after the  close of the -war, Canada's national debt, instead of "being reduced, is still  in creasing. , _ ��������� ���������   -"""  Ii is a favorite excuse lor present heavy taxation that we "are paying for  the war, and that when so many tEbiisands paid with their lives and in crippled bodies auu impaired iiealch, we should noi, object to" paying -^rith. o"r  dollars. Canadians, almost without exception, are willing and ready, even  anxious, to pay for the war. But how .can it be said, with a still increasing  debt five years after the war, we are paying for the war? True, we are paying over one hundred millions a year interest on the war debt and some tens  of millions more annually in pensions and re-establishment "of soldiers, and  to that extent are paying for the war. But this is not enough, because the  national burden is not being reduced but is being carried on indefinitely, into  the future.  m  In other words, despite our heavy taxation, we are not paying one cent  towards reduction of the war debt. Oju. tbe contrary, further increases in  the debt only proves that we are not even paying our way und^r,peace conditions. The imposition of taxes has reached a point where they constitute  a real obstacle to further development and industrial and business expansion  which the Dominion so badly needs. Not additional taxation, therefore, but  drastic redaction in expenditures is called for. ,  Contrast what Canada is doing with what has already been accomplished  in Great Britain. During the first fiscal year after the war, 1919-20, Britain's  revenue amounted to ������1,352^000,000 while expenditures totalled ������1,665,000,-  000. Four years later, 1922-23, the revenue was ������914,000,000 and expenditures ������812,000,000. Thus in four years Britain's revenue declined about  one-third, due in part to lowering of taxation, but expenditures was cut down  by one-half, a very striking accomplishment. But-Britain is not satisfied and  further economies are being introduced.  The United States is likewise steadily reducing its war- debt and is now  contemplating important reductions in taxation.  It is high time Canada followed the example of these other, Englisn-  speaking countries. It has. been argued in defence of the new six per cent,  sales tax which went into effect in Canada on- January 1, that it is to pay for  the war. If this is true, then why not set aside the proceeds of this tax in. a  special debt redemption fund and stot absorb it into the gennerai revenues  of the Dominion? It would be .paid much more cheerfully if the people of  Canada saw its beneficial effects year by 3*ear in a reduction of the ..principal  amount of their war debt.  In preparing the estimates annually, the Finance Minister always Includes an amount to cover interest charges on the national debt. The payment of such interest is a first charge on the revenues of the Dominio'n. In  like manner, it would -now. seem advisable to include a fairly substantial  amount in. the estimates for payment on account of tbe principal amount of  th* national debt, and to pay that amount off without any failure. Such  annual payments on principal would operate to reduce interest'charges, and  as interest payments .were reduced the amount paid annually" on principal  could,and-should' be increased, thus retiring the debt at an ever-increasing  rate. '    '     7    -���������'.:"  In order to make this possible, current national expenditures should be  vigorously"attacked and reduced to a point where these payments,on debt  account.could be made. Only when Canada adopts some such method can  it truth Cully be said that we are at last paying for the war. Until such a  policy .is adopted, and strictly adhered to, Canada is not getting anywhere; -the  Dominion is not even "marking time," but is getting a little deeper into debt  every year........ -  Staly is"'uiLpe-'rstocG to have i*e-*-������e-st---  ed Egypt-to hand over a number of  -.j-.jjuiileci-  ������"jauiouaiisi    leaders     who  have talceai refuge- on Egyptian, territory. - ,,. . . ���������       '"  "Members of the MacMillan polar ex5  : pedition, _. ice-locked  v in     Northern  .Greenland, aboard the schooner Bod-  woin, sent' radio message to President  Coolidge thanliing him for his recently transmitted holiday  greetings.  A. B. "Hudson, K.C., has been retained by the Manitoba Government to appear before the Supreme Court of Canada in the matter of the appeal of the  Government of Saskatchewan against  A.ci.  The  United  States administration's  it  policy of non-recognition of the present Soviet Government of Russia was  supported vigorously in the Senate by  Senator Lodge of Massachusetts, the  Republican, leader, and. chairman pf  the. foreign relations committee. _  f Sir ,"Robert Borden, president of the.  JLeague of Nations Society of Canada,  was much, interested in the American  award of 5= the jury over which Mr.  ELihu Hoot presided. Sir Robert stated! that he welcomes the proposals as  calculated to assist greatly in the prevention ������E wars.  4-sse-p.J.  forrffiS FFIHS  : and WAPWLEB-  that fairly,  melr  in your mouth  /wonderfully crisp  and tender'   '"  AUNT,  -' - - >���������.  ->5*s!~-  PANCAKE  oee.casy recipes on *n* gactoaga   ajr  Home Not Complete  Without Nerviline  When your stomach is badly upset,  when you are belching gas and suffering from nausea", JJie quickest relief  will come- from 20 drops of Nerviline.  Take it in sweetened water and you  get an immediate result. Nerviline  has'been used for nearly half a century Jan.6^ is considered a necessity in  most" houses, because of its usefulness  in. preventing many small ills that constantly arise. Sold everywhere in 35  cent bottles.' "  __.���������. ..j .  Value of'B.C. Salmon Pack  The total pack of canned salmon for  British Columbia, 1923 season^ will  give the packers more than $10,000,000,  if all the cases are marketed at the  ruling prices.  HEADACHES FOR WEEKS  TBE MAF^ITORA STFFl  Rj IRON CO., Ltd.  WINNIPEG-       .    -----  ;   '���������-'-- '-..._ MAN: ,:-  Immediate Shipment'From Stock -    -������������������   ^   ���������*.  BAR IRON AND MILD STEEL_���������  TYRE StEEL  BOLTS   NUTS    RIVETS     SHAFTING    BOILER TUBES  WELDING RODS     *    ��������� CASE HARDENING COMPOUND J  -     -    ���������   --        WRITE FOR STOCK "LIST  fifty million increase in deposits  Reported by royal bank of Canada  On the Marriage Day  Where Londoners Are Born  OuUof Every Three Persona Living In  London One is Country-Born  Somebody   has   been -investigating  Put- ] the bjpthpiaco 0C residents in London.  Extractor has '-  Romance usually ceases, and history  begins,-   and    sore    corns begin t<^go  when. "Futnam's" is applied.     It idmm ���������  out;, .corns, roots, branches, stems���������no j  trace of a single corn ic-ft.   aft*������r   "Pur- \.  nam's    Painless    Corn    L~..���������.���������...,.  ..������.,-. , TT ...    ,       .     . ,,        ,  done    its    work.      25c at all ti*a|t.rsl Ho announces that out of every three:  Refusf- a  subs-titute. persons now living in "London.proper,i                            one is country-born;  that Is, about a  Feminity In Parliament.,      'minion ������������<i a baif of-the city'a" popu-  3alton are not "natives." About one  In four were- born, in tbe neighboring  counties of Middle-sex, Eshcx, Kent,  and Surrey, Kent having sent us 100,-  00������) and Surrey -71,000 persons. There  I.h a general Impression tlitit there lire  an many 9cotn Jn London as in I-Jclln-  burgh, but riB a malt'er of fact London tins only ������"0,000 flrolH, uh si'ijalnHl:  5-1.000 irlBh. All tho Biillah dominion.*- oversea-- havo contributed to-  gf'UKM* about 32,000 people; and about  !:liTi"--> jif-r cont. nt! thoBo who 11 vn In  tin; m*'-tropolla are fort-lgnors.  Women M.P.'a. in . Orstaio to Get  Private Boudoir t  \\\x\\ the entrance of an Increru-cd  numb or of women, membera' of the  B-ritish Hou������e of CQmmo*lB 31. hna be-  crime neceHsary to enlarge th������j accommodations for them. Tho fright wo-  vmtf*n -������r'- to hfivo i-lltl-ir- room rm*l h  da'OH.sii-pr room.  According to tlio Dally Exiuvu-n, ithln  EtuEl,o will be equipped with mirrors,  rf-pqwlnf*: tablPH nnd wnjvlrobn.q nnrl will  !������-��������������� furnished to ������ult tlvo women".-* tawte.  They So-on  Disappear After Using  Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills  Every woman,  at times, finds' the  routine -at -housework irksome..     But  how-much more difficult; are .tbe daily  tasks of the home tb; the woman who  is   nervous ... and rundown ?������������������������������������.   She -prepares meals''.for tlxe family, but has no  appetite for food.     What she does eat-  distresses her, headaches and  dizziness foil p-w, there is a fluttering of the  heart, amid the - complexion    becomes  pale.  "'In'fease's* of debility 6f this kind  building up the blood is generally > effective.       By  Improving   the   quality  be the blood and increasing its quantity,   nonnrishment  is   carried1 to   the  -shattered  nerves.      The appetite invariably improves and   gradually .the  exhausted system Is toned up and th6  ���������whole'  outlook   or? life is bjri'glT-tened^  Mrs; Geo.' -Grant, It!R..:No. 1,.Marledale*"  Ont., tells "for the benefit of others, the  great beneiit Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  were to Iter in a rundown condition.  She  says:���������-"If anyone   can  strongly  recommend Dr. Williams' Pinto1-Pills" I  Ceel I caRi.g   For over four years I had  beon troubled with my nerves', ,-and lor,  weeks  at a,time I .Vo'ultl" suffer terribly .with headaches;-;:!7"vly blood was  very   thiln,   I   had --no appetite, coulfl  hardly g������o about.     I was afraid to stay  alone Iri the house as I Reared something would: happen nie. ��������� Finally J- decided to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  nnd they have matlo'me a new woman,  as I am now the picture of health.     I  Hiave  Increased in weight, "the  headaches come no mole/ and my nerves  are as g"0od as ever they were.      Be-  I'ortr3  I.   bo^an.  taking Dr. "Williams'  Pink'Pills IICo was-a bm;aen;  now I  roiijoy living, and I   hope   some   othor  -voman will take courage; from my., ox-,  parioii-cw, tfor I feelisuro.that what this  medicine, did   for   me   It, enn do.for  others."' ��������� ������'.,'..,.-,,  You.'���������wan fifl. these PHIh Prom any  Miodlclndv dnalei' or by mall at 50d n  fluox from The Dr. Wllllnms' Modlclno  ���������Co.. Bmcl-vllle, Ont  Bank Mak?s Remarkable  Progress !n  -  Past Fiscal Year.      Position Further  Strengthened^ by  Holdings of. Sh"drt  Term.    Securities.      Earnings    W.ell  Maintained.  A'gain of fifty millions in deposits,  liquid assets of. approximately x 50-per  cent,-and cash amounting to no less  than" 28 per cent, of"liabilities to'the  -public"are among the outstanding features of a remarkably strong statement which The Royal Bank of Canada is forwarding to its shareholders  for the fiscal year- ending November  30th. A $50,000,000 gain in deposits  4s really phenomenal under conditions  that prevailed during the past year  and,amust be accepted as unmistakable  testimony of . the "confidence.that is  everywhere, placed ' in,*-this- -strong  Canadian banking Institution. "What  -will make such a. large gain still more  satisfactory from the shareholders"  standpoint is that, owing to the general  character of the business done by the  Bank there are no especially large deposits ofany nature,  jGeneral po-sition i-usriiier Siren gthen ed  "The 'general business of the Bank  continues to show an expanding tene"^  ency. Total assets are" now $538,358.-  554, as compared with $479,36-2,366 for  the previous year,* or a gain of ahout  $59,000,000. Liquid assets are $233,-  125,474, as compared with $216,048,331,  while cash, on hand amounts to $81,-  ���������604,539, against $71,935,920 a year ago.  In the liquid assets a number of other  large increases are- shown, the princi  pal being a gain in short term government securities, *��������� Dominion -an*"* 3?rovin--"  cial Government securities now* stand at  928.7S3.050. up'ft-om 322,550,224. and Can-  adtan. Municipal and Brltisln., Foreign and  Colonial Government securities, other  than Canadian, amount to $15,900.3B3,  against $7,901,927 a year ago. Call leans  total $46,372,574, compared -with $48,510.-  020 last year. " .  Larger Business Handled *  In tlie many fields of industry and commerce served by" the Bank^-there has evidently been  a demand for increased accommodation.     This is. reflected in a gain  in   current   loans,   which   now   stands   at  ?2������4.722.967 against $242.93T,77:e, "-    During  1923    the_ "balance    due to the X>ominion  Government    of    ������17.461,750,.    rejSonted    a  year ago. Jaas ,been entirely paid off.  Growth In Deposits  Jn the  large-gain of- *J50.000.00������ in deposits it is to b&oioted" that those !n the  Savings-   Department    now . amount    to  -4S11,-759,'15'7.  a-  comparecb--W-ith   $277,695,-  882, an increase of no less than $34,165,-  245 for' the year. -      *)   '  Earnings Well Maintained  The    earnings   for  .the year -were well  maintained,   projlts' havine   amounted   to  13,909,316.       This  compares Tvittb,  53,95$,-  409   in  the   previous   year.       "Phe   profits  added   to   the ^balance*    carried     forward  from the.preceding- year Drought the total  amount  available   for   distribu Lion,  up  to  $4,916,830.       This was distributed as fol-   '  lows:                          ,                    .  Dividends and bonuses to shareholders .7. -52.856.000  Transferred.to Officers* Pension  Fund ^ _^ 100,000  Appropriation  for .Bank  Prem-  is  400.000  .sea      Reserve for Dominion Government Taxes, including war  tax on Bank Note Circulation       475.000  leaving an amount to be carried forward  of $1,085,830,  as- against ,$L,00T,514 at tho  end of-the previous year.  7   Lumber for the Orient j     An " automatic    grain    shocker has  Approximately 50,000,000 feet of I ^en invented and is in successful use."  "lumber have been booked to be cut  In January and February by B.C. saw-"  mills for Japanese trade, and about  7,000,000 feet for Australia. Cedar,'  fir and hemloclc logs are In great d'e-  niand by Japan, and nearly every boat  sailing for the Orient carries ��������� deck-  loads of logs.-      ���������    *  Keeps EYES  Clear. Bright and Beautiful  !W������iteMuTlneCo..Cliic*iBo>forE-'eCBreBoo*k,  CHILDREN CRY FOR "OASTOWi!'  ������    Especially Prepared for Infants and Children of All Ages  fvioirmr" Plfitcher'a Cawtorla has  h-fcn In tn-'o for ovr>r HO ycara nn a  liloasanl, harmlos������ siibstltttte for  ClwMloi' Oil. PnrcM-fvrli". T������-^fhln.K I>rr������r*������  Dim"! toothing flyrups. CoiitniitH no  na.r*'fvfli'i-. Provon dlroclIoiiH aro on  each    p-icUacc.        Phy3lci?������'na    every*  wtic'.f  vetommr'nd U,      The  kind you  ftfuvc alwaj.',-- brni|*bt br-wrini f>le-*i������turo ������:|  tm0S9^S9mtw f.       0   tSf^^     tm\ fl"S  Kenbrsa Flah Hatchery  , A total of 9:1,000,000 wliltellsh cgR������  .kw )1c*hu tn;-v"wllcil In iho ):ira of tho  H.Hh httCvhery at IWriora, Ont. OP thia  number ,8������,000,000 were socurod. on the  .Lake of 'tlio Wooub and tlio remaining  G,000,������>i>0 v/crc brought rrom I-ako  KHo. Thero nro al������o about 188,000  Hmlmon -Irout ogga -in jars ia tho  liaiclwiy.  Aflk low Mlnard*������ an<l take no other  W.    N.    U.    15M  ; L  Farm Help Now  IN VIEW, of the* jffreat clemand for; farm "lielp oxistincr In  Canada, tho Canadian-Pacific Railway will continues its Farm  Help Service durlnjr 192-4 and will enlarge; ita scopbTttfi include women domestics and 'boys.)������.7;7|;;7/:7; .7. ���������,y,;7-:: 7���������"?������������������,,'���������'���������,:  THE COMPANY iar in toucK "witli leirff*** "numbers p&jgatiA']faxxri'-  laboi-ers in Great B ritainf Norway, -Sweden,; Denmark: Fra-ice-  HollancV Switzerland and other European countries ana thremgh  its widespread orKanlzatlon can prbiriptly fill rinplicntionai for  help received, from'Canadian farmers*'.:''.;^.;;/>',,',��������� v:; "���������. ..JU-"V":    r'Vi "j=i"  In ordei'' Ho have tho help icacli Canada1 in.t^irici for tho SprdnK  operations farmers, needins; help, should 1 arrange! to act theie-  applications in early, tlio earlier tho better, ns naturally thosa  applications which aro recetved <sa,rly- will receive JCir^t attentloai.  Blanlc applicatiori forms and full irifoi-mation regardln-g tlie  service may bo obtained from any C.P.R. agent or from any  of the. officials Hated below. -j:HB SERVICE IS ENTIRELX  FREE OF CHARGE;  ^ '   '"   '���������  .  rrHE -CANADIAN-'' PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY  Department of Colonisation and Development     v  "fTINNIPEG^���������fl-i', lB...Thomtoii, Sup������*ln<*nclent of Ci>loula*tIfttt  T. B. Aclieann. f'sneral Aurlcultiinil Atrttnt  PABlCAl'.OaN.���������W. 'J.  Gerow,  Lbji-1 AH*nfc,,.      ,    .       '  ���������.mM.  <1T. V. Kamor, SifBClal <CtiI������>n!-"������(to-ri Atct>nt  Wik1MAWY<-~T.^Q. V. Hener, AMt. to Bmjut. ������l Cnl(>nlR-ill*-rt    .  IMlMONTOK^���������J. Millar* land A������������"t       . .  MONI"I*I!A,Ilw-^l'.  Boukji'l",   G������ueml AstrkiaUiitrat  Agent  tl. l>(l Ha* NoEwrood, Lund A������������ni  A**t*ttu\t PotuiiilB/iloner-.  fm)mWBmWim*&0*HmmWmm1tmm������mmmmmmmmmmm^  rm    ti     Wmwwn *    '  |Chl������f CAtamli*l������n������i*.  m  ���������n  iMfpMW  lililliKIIIHIimillnilllWIHHllllllrtlHlililHlllfWKIIIW  Mn|||w4MMM  m  \mmm*t0mmmmm  max  mm  mm  ���������������������������i  m  earn THE   REVIEW,I".-CRESTON",   B.    ���������.  --���������  \  Possibilities Oi Pottery^laking  PkB An Important Addition  nrrt  m  *mV mm,'  M.a.~tm  WESTERN  EDITORS  Vi*-* c*���������-      ������������*av--i/"V,*-*-i .o*-J    11 vihi-%wv~-rT:  -" UEIU  china ,t������ble*������-are was/manufaetured in  Canada. This' eonditionV however;- has  -been overcorneTiy the^ esfcabliithmenfcof  a "pottery at? Oshawa; Ontario," and it  is reported-that another plant is to be  are as fallows:     7 -   . 7~  operated at Port Hope, .Ontario. The f* Porcelain *VYare.-^-This'class of ware  Oshawa plant is iurning out from 50,- 13 made -"rorh thejfinest white kaolin,  $00 .to 75,000 pieces per week of table-   after =it-has-1 been" thoroughly washed  Canada,   and  suitability of these for,,the manutac-=  ture of pottery and earthenware! Spine  of these goods and the varieties _o*f  clays, entering into their composition  -ware and 'art pottery,    using  Canadian raw materials.  largely  heay*^ domes-  Stoneware and" other       ,.  Uc. pottery,    such-as teapots, miicingjlin Sivea tbe body its pure white col  bowls, etc.,~is made at S47Jolin, N.B.;  ft. KJ^X  V-Ali-O,  TT IU'..  to clear it, of quartz, mica and other  impurities. The kaolin is mixed with  ball clay, flint and feldspar.    The kao-  and Medicine Hat, Alberta.  Pottery- includes many varieties-.*!?  ware and from different kinds ������^f clay.  The common flowerpot of the gardener  is the-simpliest, kind of'pottery made  in quantity j-^and the" ^ngJaaqd. pottery  of the European and Asiatic peasant  and Indian pottery are' examples of  simple ware made for everyday use,  very often from the commonest brick  clays., Porcelain cr china is at the other  ���������%-lA     H/*a1o **������������*1      -t-*K-fc4  or,-the ball clay serves as a bond and  makes the wet body more* plastic. The  feldspar lias a. fluxing action that  makes the burned, ware hard" and impervious, and the flint makes the ware  somewhat porous so that a glaze may  be- applied. , The mixture- of these  materials is fired at a .kigh- temnera-  ,ture, glazed and reared- at a-" lower  temperature. _, gome porcelains, such  as electrical'porcelain,'.are gla-zed before firing, thus 'accomplishing "the  work ot two firings in one.-  "Stoneware     Pottery.���������iArtic" es     for  Ex-pansion Of Dairying Industry  Outstrips Any Other Phase  r\L  jntm.wsr.  _    1.-  T  m a -������*s-y-������ -��������� tt������ -a *-%-n  -*   mmi'SJmJm.AAm.Jm,'^mmm\JL  The manner in which dair^in  Canada has expanded, in the last  twenty yea*:s- outstrips . any other  phase of Dominion farming,, says a  special -article t in the New York  Times. The production of butter  compared between, the years 1900 and  1922. shows that "the output -has in-  .crsSased by nearly 70 per cent, and the  value by 50 per cent.,"  ���������-���������n . r*   _   _ _ *_  ��������� jcxneci.  Mm.    *m.^ *m   0. *.  Bushels  Alberta Wheat Pool Reports Doing a  Big Suisness  According to Chester M. Elliott, provincial manager of the -Alberta Wheat  Pool, the organization handled approx-  imaiely 13500 ears of wheat a week  during 'December.      This was an in-  Hon. S. J.-Latta, Minister of Education _ in ^.the Saskatchewan Government.,, and Minister in Charge of "the  Bureau of Publications and Ihe office of  the King's Printer.    .Mr.- Lafta is the  The number of dairies in- operation rcr���������ase of 500 cai^ a week as comparea  in Canada in 1������322 was 3,111, compris-J w-th Nove-dtber. Since, the poof starting71,161 creameries, 1,565 cheese fac-   ed business  on .October  29,  the  pool  has handled approximately ten thousand cars of wheat. At the end of  the first month's operations, Mr.  Elliott estimated that the pool had  not done more than 15 per cent, of  the business it would doV during the  present season. He expects the pool  ,wiib handle  forty million  bushels  of  tories and 23 condenseries. -according  to a dairying survey made "by the Canadian    "Pacific ..Railway ,in which the  - ������������������ ^"* "T" *"* "��������� rfw^w *-������ ������^ ^ .. m-irv^ ^^-^ ^m.-** s*m** ^^^4   ^\ *%4^ ���������"h^^ ^9r rf-*.^"*  tuLai      iiuauui.;       OX      CicSiiicij.       ulinct  made in Canada in 1922 is^ shown to  be 147,752*774 pounds, valued at ?51,-  530,780', being the largest shown for  any-year in.the history of the industry. The ��������� total Quantity of cheese  made in the" same year 'was 136,579,-  473 pounds, valued at $22,067,106. The  total    value'    of condensed  products  'class of pottery is made-fjfom the fin-  *est white l-urnlng kaolin, -with whTch  other ingredients are mixed.   *  '' There are, several typesv oC pottery  between tliese extremes, but In a general way they can be grouped into .two  v classes���������those which;" liav.e a vitrified,  or non-absorbent body, and -those having a soft body which is^more qr less  ' porous. The latter require to be^ cover-*  ed with a glaze, or ename|, in order  to render-th em water' ight,* but vessels  ype'may-lie left unglazed  and  still���������hold -water. -.    Modern  pot-  ,_   ix.fiT    \tnxtfMria.T'    ici -nonrlv tiliravg firjleh���������  ed with a glaze,."or enamel",*'whether  the body is porous or vitreous.., ���������.-  The" Mines "'Branch' of tlte   Depart;  ment of Mines.has-carried'but a number of investigations "of the  clayfi\\ol  <.-      ������������������-,-*,     ^     .     * <  ��������� -                     i i   , ;���������__, .���������__���������  Had;A Weak'Heart'-'  Was^Very Nervous  mmf B -.      B- ...U I   ^0 ^   .   E ,JW w. .** ='      .  Editor and  Publisher of The Prairie  News,  Govan,' Sask. and is. also xEdi- i- was   ">6,839^32,   and  of miscellaneous  <oi*"of The Western Woman and It������ral j products $22,854,772.  domestic use, like crocks, jugs, mixing | Home, Published at Govan. I     Quebec assumes the lead in the in-  bowls,    teapots,    etc*/,   are    generally! : ���������-   Miss . Jessie1* Peterson,"' Zealandla,  Sask., writes':-;-"?'.'" v.'isix "to ' let^-ybu"  -know" how "much "good ..Milburn's Heart  and Nerve*Pills have done-for ?*ie.w  -  For/nearly" three years I'was very  Y*.������Vir11 fj    ������������l������i-ii    H-1 /\������T-rt .    Ti,-������ f\ -iik *rr^--|*i1j- T- o-n-n^''  -W*K,XA������J-        lUl-.     Ul/l*il-|-    A4Uli -UH >������W%v4+i>. J.4VW   W'  arid was so-nervous that sometimes I  would almost faint away. _- ..- -  I heard,of many people who had-re-  Ncomraended your Heart and toerve  Pills,' so I" decided to give them a.trial.  After I had us*������?d two.boxes, I found  they hall done me good," ancLaf^er having taken fiy,e boxes\I was con*pletely"1  relieved'. ^'It.    ' ." 0       '}    "  I caiiii'ot a'commends' ** your Pills  enpugli, and I would ^advrse anyone  having*a weak heart or, troubled with  neryousness to lisc' them."  % Milburn's. H. & -K. Pills are 50e a  box at all dealers, or. mailed -direct on  repelpt of price, by The T. Mllburn  Co., lilmitod,.Toronto,".Ont.  made from stoneware which burns to  a dense^ body of extreme hardness,  varying in color from~-nearly. white,' to  dark "grey. ^ -A great tleal of the so-  called art pottery is made from stone-  "ware clays. "        .  - White Earthenware.���������The heavier  kind of tableware, known ,by various  trade "names, "as "white earthenware  ironstone, chiha, and white granite-  ware, are .made . from mixtures of  white burning clay and finely ground-  quartz and. feldspar, burned to a'fairly  dense but porous boay. and covered  'with a. clear glaze> Ti A great variety  of ornamentE-.!* pottery is made of the  white earthenware body,covered with*  colored glazes.    ' - "*" ,    -, "_'       ' '  Colored..Earthenw^re.-^-There is a  great variety of pottery made fi-oia  natural"impure clays, which burn to  "colors ranging from, light buff to deep  reds--.* Most of these clays* soften and  Ipse their"shape if burned'to too high]  a'temperature,' consequently- the body  remains porous" after 'firing, and. is  then-covered with glazes and enamels^,  and retired. ."     .*"< -  .   Stoneware  clays are-sparingly distributed -hi^ Canada and are accessible  Manufacture Carbon Black  two-thirds  livered.  of that amount to be  de-  P'a-vts at- Sam is "and MsdicFne Hat to  " Be Operated        ^.      y  ��������� The- Sarnia Oil and Gas Co., X.td.,  will very shortly .commence the manufacture- of carbon black, at the plants  being constructed by them at Sarnia^  Ont., and at Medicine ' Hat, Alberta.  The former plant* which consists "of  six burning houses, engine room and  block housed is eqtiipped to produce^  1,400-pounds of carbon black a day.  Gasoline, -as well as carbon black, is  to be manufactured at Medicine Hat,  where a gasoline refinery, with "a daily  capacity "of 5,000 gallons, and a carbon plant capable of producing a thousand pounds daily. aiNe" to be built this  winter-" -c-     *   ��������� "  *  j dustry in the numbe*- of factories with  Mm*    mm*rt rt        -.- ___-* bJ        **>.��������������� -I**-,*" ���������������~       ���������*���������    f> -"-'** ���������vrt.  l,IOO      <!������      ct git 111 St      %J-LXl2LVUJ  i>      l.VOO. It  S  *���������       -v I  also leads the Dominion in butter production with 52,529,344 against Ontario's 39,679,901. These two provinces pre-eminently ' constitute ��������� "the  dairying area of Canada, accounting  for more than 70 per cent, of the butter output and more than 95 per cent,  of the cheese output.  The value of the imports of butter,  cheese and condensed milk-in 1922  amounted to only $2,230,871. On the  other hand, exports are substantial  and growing each year.  Food Doe3 You No Good  Half the time you're afraid  to eat; your tongue is coated,  mouth tastes bad, stomach is  bloated. If you want to get  well, stop ' using .dyspepsia  tablets and go to the source of  the trouble before it is too late.  Strengthen, your stomach, cast  out the bile, regulate the bowels  ���������-do*this, and dyspepsia will be  no more.  For your condition the best prescription is Dk Hamilton's Pills, which are  In 1922. tbe \ "uiade  specially for the stomach, kid-  quantity of Canadian" butter exported ' 3ieys attd liver-  was 21,504,608 pounds/ valued at $8,-  015,395, the largest quantity to leave  the- country since  1906.*     The quan-  ti  XIX  Could Not Straighten  His Back  Then QiJtefcsc Man Used Dodd's Kidney  Pills  " Estimated, Crop Value -. ,  The values oC Canada's 1923 grain  crop is* estimated .by 1he. Dot'njnion  Bureau oL' .Statistics at $S92,572,300.  Of thin .total^approximately $450,000 is  credited to the three prairie provinces.  It Is interesting to note' that while the  ���������figures for Manitoba and Saskatchewan are ��������� below those for last yon-r,  those for Alberta are ubove'by over  MSMtiM^'f^-T^.h '���������".'���������.'. ���������;. ������������������ -v.... ;".'���������'  MM-i  lis  this the best  Bovril Poster?  Tliis type 6T. clay is *~ generally very  smooth and piasiic - in ihe natural  state, and the color.ranges from,dark  gray to almost-white:  . Ball" clays:-are highly "plastic, finegrained clays,.'which bnr.n to a white  'color, but in the raw state they are  dark colored, sc*melinies approaching  black, .It is one of the ingredients  used, in compounding-bodies for mak-  Inig wiiit^ earthenware, white -. wall  Ote, electric-porcelain, etc. There is  a great variety in composition in'the  different ball clays, _ but ." none have  been 'found in Canada,-except among  the greaj- variety of white clays- in  Southern Saskatchewan.  m "  The name, blue clay, is often used  in describing certain clays which are  of a lead grey-color, but the-������anie js  meaningless and has no significance,  as a host ot clays of-widely different  properties' have a lead"grey, or bluish  color, In'the raw state; .   "  Commercial .kaolin, or china clays,  are residual clays derived from a rock  composed mostly of. feldspar, or con-  tainhig jittle.or no iron oxide. Crnde  Icadlni iji inpstly prepared faV? the,pottery Industry by, wiishlrig, in order to  free it fi'otti impurities, generally  quart-* grains. The washed: Icaolln is  known by the name, .china clSy.    :  Mr. E.  D. Trernblayis-delighted v/ith  the results~"obtained^  Pointe. Aux Outardes, Que.���������  (Special).���������The sterling value " of  Dodd's Kidney Pills as 4i kidney rem-  >edy is shown by, the followiDg statement of Mr. E. D. Tremblay of this  townr     i ���������    ,A '-  "I have suffered tor nearly six years  from rheumatism and bad kidneys  and was not able to sfTami up straight.-  E took 2 boxes of your Dodd's Kidney Pills, -and am now completely relieved of my trouble.  What Mr. Tremblay states is* all that  has ever been claimed for Dodd's Kidney Pills���������that they are, good for sick  kidneys. - ".  It is astounding how some people  will go "on suffering day after day  with aches and pains, rheumatism and  backache. They suffer because they  are not aware of the fact that they can  get relief. Strengthen the kidneys,  which are the source of the trouble  urwf'these pains vanish. Dodd's Kidney Pills act directly on tho kidneys.  They heal and strengthen them so that  they do Iheir full work of straining all-  the impurities out of the blood.  PrdpaQatlnaSalmotr Trout:  A total of forty million salmon  trout eggs have been collected .during  Hie. past steasoa by the Depai"lmi*n I; of  Miuinq and /Fisheries. Hi Lake Huron,  Georgian /Bay and X-ake aiiperhir.^Tl'is  Is, suincient tolfill all tlie hatclierlea  oniho GreHt'Laltes 'engtigeil'in' tho pvo-  pqg-itlon of salmon Crbut. ISlght inl|-  Wop have boon transrerred from' Georgian Bay to tlio "Thurlow hateherleB,  and tho fry will bo'dlntrlbiitotl in Lal'e  Oj'Uu-io.  Okanagan Apples  The outstanding quality and uniformity of Okanagan-gj-own applos has  created a. world-wide demand " for  them, and It is interesting to noto that  a large quantity of tliese apples have  been bought frqni './ the; Associated  .Growers" of British" Columbia, '"Ltd.,  the'* official sales organization of- the  growers, for use on the Canadian Pacific Empress., , ot-tjana'daf'on ..her trip  around' the world, early'this year.  The .ratio of males to fonuilos in  the United States,la higher lor the  fur iik population than It hi for ,1he to-  tal population except in��������� throo.states.  During the lust two years the Fioi"'  Ida fiHblng'lmlustry liiis ylehhMl a rev  I cim u of "������8,nc:v,ooo.  ��������� '' *     ���������       '������  ���������Out of Sorts- llnvc No ApnclUe  ::j:' Your Liver Us Sluooish  CARTER'S LITTLE UVER  FILLS  , will help put you right   -Jtmrnhm.-  Jn a ie-y.doya.   ���������,-,..> anSii^S. ..^  . 'fhey.ac.t quickly,| (TAlSTERS  IITTtE  ,thbuah gently  nnd gtvo nature a chance  ^ftorcnaw your  health.    Correct the  immediate effect* of coniitlpation, relieve  biliousness, Indigettion nnd nick head*  " nchc '  ttinaaill Irua���������aanaiui u-ose���������Binaliinrlca  tity of cheese ^exported was 120,177,-  2t������0 pounds, valued at-$2l,6s6,739. Milk  condesnsed, " canned and preserved  shipped from Canada had a value of  $3,134,590.  Increases  are continually being recorded in the exports, of butter, and  markets    have - been  secured "abroad',  without undue trouble on account of  the high quality of the Dominion product.      This now-goes in quantities to  the United Kingdom,    Belgium,    Bermuda, British C-uSana,    British-" Honduras,  Barbadoes,  Jamaica, Trinidad,  and    Tobago;     China,  Cuba,  France,  Hong Kong,x Newfoundland, St. Pierre  and Miquelon, and in smaller- amounts  to several other countries.      Approxi- (  mateiy 17,500,000 pound's went to the j  United Kingdom  last year and  2,500  pounds came to .the United ^States.  Nothing, however, .states the bulletin, has. so summed up Canada's  position of eminence in the dairy  field as her triumph at the National  Dairy Show held recently at Syracuse,- N.Yv  "At this show the best* dairy cattle  that could be procured in Eastern  Canada came Into competition with  theysuperior herds of all the States  of the Union," continues the bulletin,  and a greater aggregate of cattle than  has ever been drawn together In a  similar event on the continent. A- total  of 3,329 dairy cattle -were entered  and when it is realized -that in many  cases only-one animal was entered by  one breeder, it will be seen that the  pick- of tho nerds of America were  present to compete" for honprs., For  tlio purpose of the show the provinces  of Canadai"were given the standing ol  .States, and Onilario and QuebeeVhad  its''state hei-dsMn the competitions.  "The results of the competitions  were unprecedented. and..gratifying to?  the/'fullest-extent from Canada's point  of view. In addition to carrying off  a.goodly number, of first and seconds  nnd^other prizes in tho various classes,  Canadian herds won the junior championship tor bulls in Holsteins, and  tho senior and givahcl-chan������pIonBhIp In  tho female seatEon for Ayrshlrea.  "The- State , herd award for HoV  steins went to the collection of animals of that breed representing Ontario. The similar award for Jersey*-  ml no -wM-nt. to thr* province of Ontario.  ThCk host Ayrshire herd nt the ..is how  Dr. Hamilton's Pills  Aid the Stomach  Get Dr. Hamilton's Pills to-day, 25c  nsr box 5 for S.1 on oil floaiprs r������r  The Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.  "World peace can only come when  the nations quit trying to get an extra  piece of the world.       "  Theit average oysters olfered for sale  are from five to eight S"tears of age before" being harvested.     ..  TTarTT T e  are the forerunners of colds and  grippe.      Inhale    Minard's    and  rub*it on throat and chest.  A sure preventative.  id  u  ^fi^^\y:  l!  1  Bronze, the only tool metal.known  to our ancestors of 8,000 years - ago,  was Invented independently in the  near east and by the Peruvian Indians.  Have You A Daughter?   If  You Have, Tins Article  Will Interest Tfou!  /<  .-������  was adudge������H to bV:, thali Xroin the  province 'of-. Quebec. T!tur������ the premier honors In the three great dairy  breeds wt-i'u hi'AUght home tg Can-tdu.  The   amouwt   of ciu!clc������llver mined  during   1������21   was   the   smallest   on  k-titioi������5.  Hamll ton, Ont--*,Tir. Piercers Favorite  Prescription Is tliebestinedlclnoJL have  over known for tho -bulldtinj: up of -girls  and women who arb run-down In health.  It has been taken by different members  of my rrimlly with g^at rucccss.   My  dauo-hters havo been wonderfully helped  dttrinjr motherhood by taking Favorite  "Prescription; It Is tho best medicine tho  exnec-tant mother ca.n  tak������ tfbr health  nnd streiiRth.,  And  "-Iter having  tha  futtueiua my igfaii-Jda^j-hter u-as. lull In  a very bad way and -noiiihiK In the way  ot medlclno gave her any help nut!! *-bo  iM-gan taking Doctor Pierce's Favorite  '. ip-faseripMon, and thru tho u������o of this  medicine  her   health   wns  completely  resto-E*?*!. -sn������l 9ti<" !���������? ������*- w-������ll ������.<" ovor."���������  Mrs, Sarali Wllfhaw, Am Cannon St., E.  Go to your iwlgljlxirhood drug sto'ro  nt onea and obtain this Prescription of  ISr. "Pierce's1, In tablets or liquid, or -tend  irv cent-i. to Br. Pierce's Laboratory In  *-*aN|fc~,  mSMmlSWmVSMm%mmmWW^  Mi  msmtki  emmm issued every Friday at- Creston. B.C.  Subscription: $2.50 a year in advance*  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C. F. Hattbs, "Editor and'Qwner,  OBjk-SxON, Jtt.C. -'itiiiAx, MAk.  ^>^o Wall Setf 1924 Crop  local independent shippers did not  move the bulk of their crop until  after the organized shippers - had  marketed their apples. It is probably as good a- guess as any to ns-  SU5S-0- t-l*st- tlssss  to nnd  a  ready  mraKet untii tne  organised suipsieBtswerw'complete.  Just as a matter of providing  something; to ponder c?ef- we might  suggest that conditions during .the  1924 shipping season will be pretty  serious if the entire crop of the valley has to he held until the Okanagan crop is moved. Additional  food for thought lies - in the fact  that the Associated will he handling  big tonnage out of the Kootenays  this year should the Kootenay  crop equal the crop of 1922.  Beat at Their Own Game  Lite   visit   of  Mr. Basil Steuart  and  Col. Scott,   representing   the  Associated Growers, brings to mind  the strenuous times of  a year ago.  At that time  practically  everyone  in the district, whether  rancher or  merchant, was very much interested  in   the  markebirg of the 1923  fruit crop and the proof that the interest and  effort  was" created and  spent to good nnroose   lies   in    the I  fact that Creston marketing results'*  were not   equalled   by   any   fruit  growing district in British  Colum  bia or the JNTorth  Western States.  This year, dne to   causes 7 which  are ssor������ ������r !������ss coxnnion k^sc w-led **������  there is still greater reason for organized effort to. take   care of   the  should be a 'matter ������if very ^rayei  concern to everydne^ in  the district  to resKse that, -ipparer.tly, nothing  is being done to prepare for the die  tribution of 1.924 products; 7  There was a time last year when  it seemed probable that the district  would   sign    Associated   contracts  and unite with the rest of the Pro  vince  in one  selling   organization.  Owing to   unlooked   for   financial  difficulties   this   became impossible  arid instead a marketing arrangement-was arrived at which, we believe, Worked out in a manner that  was mutually .satisfactory   to   the  * growers here and also to the Assoei  ,.' aied Growersi."  Oertainlythelooa! growers should ,     . -   -  ,."...   j.     >"i-     7.        - j   I company   manager,     submitted  have a very kindly reeling towards I   .    , - ,   ,      -   ,   .. -       .  ���������:-'������������������,   ������������������....-   .  7 , ,    -"���������-.   ���������.'-'������������������,.   .,    I nicely   worded  resolution    for   1  the Associated as there is no doubt .  -     ,      .,  whatever that they   reaped the full  benefit of  stabilization of   markets  due to   Associated   control and in  addition wereygjiven a freei -hand1 on  the Prairiemarket as far as Swift  r*t������s-������s-e  Cu  irossioiy  :  prices ootamea may  have been unsatisfactory but we rej  call the fact that a year ago it was  common talk among v the growers  chat if they could net fifty cents: a  box on theip^ apples they would be  more than satisfied and would give  the Associated credit for making  real success. Our memory is that  some of the growers did; offer their  crop at this price and there were  none optimistic enough to take a  chance.  Growers who sold under contract  netted over sixty cents and probably  some independent shippers who  reaped the benefit of co operation  without paying their share of its  assessments were able to net even  better.  Taking all conditions into consideration there is no doubt what  ever that the season's results were  satisfactory and due credit should  be given the Associated Growers  for the manner in which they,  carried out their agreements with  the local people  Mr. Stenart and Col, Scott were  here for the pjirpose of trying to  make arrangements for the coming  year but found no organization or  person controlling sufficient Creston  tomi-iage to enable thou, to disou&sf  marketing arrangements.  That the Associated feelso kindly dinpoaed towards Creston growers in a matter for congratulation,  bub it must be obvious that if this  district continues unorganized and  sell-i through independent sources  tho Associated Growers of B.C  munt consider this district a competitor and will be Torced to get  their full share of Southern Alberta  and Western Saskatchewan bus-  in em.  Whether through choice, or because t!i-*y w*-r**- forced   to   do   ao  the cause of Kootenay Flats reslana--  atiosi was executed by Creston  Board of Trade delegates*-at the  convention of the'Associated Boards  of Trade of Eastern B.C. at Kelson  last week.  I Almost a ^ear ago the West  Kootenay Power r Company made  application to both the federal and  provincial authorities for the right  to proceed with works on the river  below Nelson to increase the water  storage capacity of the company at  the power plant.  Some delay has   ensued    in   the  issuing of the' license, amongst the  IlluCraUie vauooo   .<uT   aul.ii     u^������������y   ������.*������;-  ing the possible effect the increased  water storage would have on Kootenay Fiats drainage and the hay  cutting   industry   on    the   bottom  - >3_  In order to strengthen their case,  presumably, Lorne   Campbell,   the  a  the  convention's eiidorsation,   in which  it was set out that due   to   the im ���������  portance^ of   the power company's  operations   in   connection with industrial enterprises, and other public conveniences ia-the'-B.C. interior, it  was   meet,   right   and   the  boanden duly of both governments'  to grant the application of tlie company.  But as   is   sometimes   the   case  *  -where too much care is bestowed on  preparing anything, the very thing  M?'. Campbell wanted to "get -by'**  -with was what caused his undoing.  Amongst the several sections/to the  resolution appeared the following:  "*'Whereas the said storage does not  jeopardise in the least the possibility of reclamation, or interfere with  navigation, or the use of the Kootenay Flats for hay ontting."*  This   entirely     unexpected^and  generous admission on   the part of  Ishfc- power company's tnanager was  turned to splendid account by Pries  ident Garland, who was  successful  in having   the  resolution amended  to read exactly as presented, except  that the clause oited   above-instead  of coming in the middle   of the resolution   would  come at the finish,  and the word "provided*' substituted for the time honored  "whereas,"  which   makes   the   resolution   say  that whereas all  the things stated  in the resolution  are, no doubt, requisite and necessary for  the good  conduct   of   the   power   company  affairs, yet they are only to he-con  ceded    them    Provided    "the    nuid  storage does  not jeopordise in the  least the possibility of reclamation,  or interfere with navigation, or the  use of the Kootenay Flats  for hay  cutting purposes.11  When it come** to taking the  teeth out of the other fellow's resolution it is doubtful if a finer bit of  extraction waa over oxeotited���������  though not entirely painless for Mr.  Campbell���������and insofar n������ Associated Boards of Trade renohitiona  avail the reel am mat ion proposition  is now in hi the bent f-tanding ever  exporseoci-d.  We refer you to the. house that has been  painted with dur  Sherwin-Williams   Paint.      Is   it   ndt   beautiful ~ in   its  glistening   coat?    Yes, and   what's   hiore, it   will  \   ^ -    wear well���������we guarantee that. -J       . :  "*J V <-. -" - *4������  AJlr'our PMNTS^^ltS. STAINS, VARNISHES  .    ENAMELS, Etc.,< are me best.   ;  ; Tliat's your pK>teeticm������     ' -"-._'-".  r-  Wm &Z- SL"^  5  Tito I  CANTILE COMPftHY 1  'RECOciNI:i*ll>N ��������� O^' HfcRO'ISM  "THE   story    of    the   Japanese I  *   earthquake disaster made appeal to Canadians, for many reasons,  and   the   Government   of/tine   Do?  minion did not hesitate to lend practical aid to the sui'ferers in stricken  Japan,' which  staggered   under  one  of  the  worst disasters, in   history.  A' ceremony ^the other day in New.  -York,   which   gave'   recognition    to  daptaift ��������� Samuel Robinson, who whs  in command of the Canadian Pacific  steamer   "Empress ;,t)f   Australia,"  which happened to be in the harbor  of Yokohama at the time of the disaster,   Is   particularly   interesting,  bringing to light the fact that this  gallant   of floor   ot   the.  mercantile  marine was instrumental In the rescue- of approximately three thousand  persons,    Honor to whom honor ia  duo has been worthily and fittingly  done   in   the   presentation   of   tho  C.B.E. by the' British Consul-General  at Now" York, In the. jares-nnce of a  d1*-t.in*)-Hl-ih������id   -"-ath'erlnjy,' whl,*h   Included Mr/ E. W. Bpntty, Mr. Grant  Hall and other higl? offldlala of the  C.P.R.   Canadians cannot help fooling a thrill of n^Icto when reading  the odysHoy of Captnln Samuel Robinson.   Tho spirit which Inspired Columbus and Van co do Gamn and M.  Gerbttult porvade-i the officers and  tho tnon of the British mercantile  m-mr".*-, and the jrfillftntry'e>f Canadian tallora today IM not nlto-jrothcr  differt-nt  from   what ��������� Imbued -those  old   ac a men���������Phoenicians,   Vlklr.gB,  Portuguese.    Italians���������who    t-laked  their lives in tho earlier day������. .-The  world, we sometimes lament Jias no  moro   mysterlcB   left   and   nothing  more   for   explorer--   to   do     Prom  Chinii to Puru, from t*o)e,to Pole, nil  is known and mapped nnd even pho-  ... ������> : m,'.. i %i     |.u|    .. ������-  ... h-u   .....   t. u<    *..ul  Uritii-h   <i a wen   will  lose  th'*lr  tcal-  ���������antry   u;������l  daring   of   past   hJatory  because there are no more worlds to  conquer.   How many CanadianJ)oya  growing up today will read, with a  thrill of pride of the achievement^ of  the officers ana men of'.. the good  ship EmproBB of Australia in a time  of grefat- trial and difficulty In tho  hurning waters of Yokohama���������arid  w 111 ��������� want to grow np and, If the  occasion, demands It In the days of  the future, go aipd do HkewiBOi  -The old famous sea captains, Columbus and Drake, and all tho rcBt  who are gone "to tho haven under  the hill" did their work nobly, mah-  fuily  nhcl w-^ll', with their erowB to  help them.    Captain* Robinson's ho-  roiclehdeavor, will atnnd out as a  bright, particular page in Canadian  Pacific   otoamshSp   history,   wljcro,  taking   Immon-fe  rinks/ the  morale,  coi-ragc  and  proud-son  history  pf  tho meri  of the, mercantile  marine  were r a gain   oxe -nnllf led   In   their  br3#htc!st'colors.    It lo well for the  world   "|:!sat   there   ������t������   men 'of   the  Cnptaln Robin son typo In command  ol" tho-se great ships fly hit* knercun-  tlle marine flags on tho seven scaa/  The Government of Japan will take  ti  uiiUuble opportunity  to 'give duo  approclatlcin   of   tho   valuable   help  rendered hy tho 0. P. steamships and  tholr  officers  for n /lorvico gladly  rendered In token of our friendship  Japan, whoso friendship is doubly  precious to us in theso-nayo.������������������'���������'.. Iz we  reflect upon the pe������tft������>^iconse-  quoncoB ol a serious earthquake In  our. houses and.fltffeota fln Montreal,  we can form some idea of what hap-  Sehed In- Toklo- and of *th������ drendf ul  ovnutatlon wro-AKht In n .few, hours,  Tho stoutest heart muat hnvo ouailed -  lh that Inferno wliore human beings"  iwere porlohing hy hundreds of thou--  Banda���������no th������.t wjt oflekr to Captain  SamOeV Itoblhsoh  the : heartbeat of  congratulationa for his share In, a  nohla work���������nobly pcrfoT-mcd,"  The foragroin-? tribute to Captain  Rohinsoh/ appeared J������ an. editorial  in the >Montreal GaxetW and la  bnt one: of many,recognitions of hia-  hcrotc ^etiohS.7 Tho -as^eniEers; of  the ������������������Empress   ������f ;AnEtralia,*   have  prosentod to the Paciiio liner a tablet  which commompratws ��������� the; patt  she, hor captaln������and cre-w took in the  relief and roscne wotU *t tlio time  of ��������� th<-  dl������ftfiteii������^ and   prior   to  tho  sailing from Nw York on January  30   of' the '*"EmpresB   ������������f' Canada"  which hoi now, commanda on. world  cruise,    tho    Anwsrlcfaw    Metropolis  honoro-i' - Um'  ������<-il*epta: ' -Ccramandatt  at' various  lunqhoona  And  dinners K  and dompnatrateel that his heroism  has,'won-for him :-yafoexB$l rospe-st  ��������� i - '���������  J und  bur  common "humanity.    How*  \k-7i~n  JijuJ.J  L'.u 4>*"LJ4*aIi ...z.y az It.  othur c|u������rtcirB, we hi|.vo always been  I Able lo ace st putch of blue sky over  and men of the "Empitosa pf Aua-  tx^Ha.w  #  mmmmmmmmmm  ���������t*.mMt.-fliffl'iKi j...1"*!!. s.iii.i'i'ir.  mHMmm*mmmmm4mm*mmmMMmm  HkMMWMiWaMM  UUHMtd  tMMM  M-MWHi  -MM  iaaMH  ���������nariswiMi--iiiaiMSWi Shoe arid: "Harness  \ .    Repairing  New Stock of  HarnessT-  wvwhh ������a-E*I���������f MW������������ Set  i  i  1-  >  ISP  V������WW IhilHIW   1 , a-  "1  1  t  I  j  Okanagan isanneries ������"ST pay $2,7 a  uuK2.  feus   B^aaa-nl>us:0jKMui������u y������wl-i  -*    -v        -)-J  cojm-ffc������������������#i  council for a grant of $9030 tbla* jj^iar.  --   -*tr-.������������,^~ ���������.ill  W.������  i."-^S^asm   **   _������lt-  [to secure ^$B1,000  for sehoctl npfcee^g"  this year. J~".      =_   /     .,    , .^  ,P. R. FinlayBon of T������ng������^-M|Mrii  honeysuckle-; in bloom is hid-^r^^i.dt  - A reai oldt-fmer of. Kootenay died At  New Denver last month in the passing  of Mrs. Werley^a^e-* 98 years.  A convention of the Provincial Party ������ri!!tss held in April to nominate a  t^g^gg^ats Ssr the'*Sas'lo-S!cssn- s-idkag":  .p.^^ha Herald ee*8t"as8"es thi*.i- -8S3Q a  ifl^iseent to mailorder houses from  ##afcic������frrft every week day in the year.  ittt  ^hoe anasfamsss ���������������e*sairhig  s\\WMC-rWm  -the eii������.'w������ jKisferasryo  Ptanof&rte, Organ and  Singing Lessons  ^ _f������**&������        '"       *      .-  AitJBUR, COLLISs - ���������r**tm  K-Mst������THmDTHUH80AY������f  eaefe  Hall*.  month   at   2������feEea-at������8e  *������*i-uti^gbrethl^-xtrdl-   "  ..wSfcaJE "'  it- a������������^%s������ --  feKKlO VlJSUM ������W.M.  Bjerau*   wrefe  ?%HT      19-       IXKt   1  ���������������<������*  Pansies and anowdrops^fn full t������e-o~������&  convinces the' lleotenaifhi thatspviiig  pesst-sct-on Board of trade  ts  ������������������������������������������ ���������..������!������  FORTKE  '.-  -*f **<**  IIF-il  iti nit  ih Enfiiifi  111 Cf.till 11  de  is  ssSr  the town council for a grant of $500 to  expedite operations thia year.  **      *' i  rf Almost; aGflTnaoiee were added to the-;  Provincial voters- Jist at Pentieton for  *������%���������**.   ������������������* ������������������*���������������������������������     *5**a������nKf**i*ni  BrUV a C-w ioimu    P"������������ ������***���������  25th.,  -paAvaBaam.      "a- *-a������-ar*-w������-a������> Jr  SALE OF E&TSIAY STEER  I ���������*-'"'*  aaa     ������- ns . aa s*  HAlllllltflJii  i ,    .   and Enauie the .-" -   -  AoeommcdstlosJ-TSois Wish.  Game to tne -preamses oz una aiisef-  ���������signed on or about iiecember 1st* roan-  steer rising two years old. ' If not  el -kitned within-t������*o weeks ������niana! wtl!  be soldTto pay esnensesr- J. B. HOLD-'  - -*^*ver wiu  ressaaeniB oi  jS9mtd-oS JaSjt, and Ms-s.1^_  !M am oldtlmerst banqtiet^ne night last  week* -   -   ::������-,-    ,H" -7    ' *"'       *  ^- The "Dominion^ department of lands  nas re-opened the sub-agency at Qold-  &a which has been closed  for  at least  seven years*        _"   . -       ^  --     ..      _       . ^  28 mills of this ^ years tax levy at  Qraniw'Qnfc vfflU b*> required for school  purpoj-es. ILast year the school -rate  was 28 mills.    - -  Due to 'fchp- - ratherN worn out jsom.  dition of "the ^wires'and transformers  Kkslols unable to inausurate a day  electric servic?. . ���������"  - Tfe^-Grnnd Porks Gaasette says that  in the last quarter century there have  been^four years' in   which   Christina  I  TmTfmxr  c������������iv%rT ur  KfSL. JL I f Vm  a;f  fikaf cdnn&t be 3i^a^edinMech<amcaiConetnsction  in any 9Jar hr twice the money :  Touring.* :...!.$������76.73 , FordorSedan. ,$1094.84  Runabouts.;..... 636.43^ : Tudor Sedan... 943.29  Gcmpeu . * - e.. ��������� *.-  845.86    ��������� . Track. ..���������:**. 70ft. 10  mmtllaBo&s prises f.o.h9 C&estsn. with. Starts*  ao  *mvatr arm  Agents will gladly make Beserva-  tio-na,. arrange Passpprts and -  -   give full information.  O-kn-e to the nremises of the* undersigned on or about November 1st. 1923,  one red heifer, \some- whlti-, coming  two-{rears old. Owner ������am have same  on pa-oving,property "and paying ail  expenses, - A*. E. jfePFBRSOK, CresT-  ^   aHjw   %m.mm,jrm   ���������  ^+ tf������  - Kaalo-conneil   has   fust  authorized  the7revdecking of the , bridge   leading  s^t-p the f4sbi<-irvahle residential areaat  a cost of at least fi2500.        -, ;  ASK YOUR. AGENT TO;I>AY  issis  Sri fi-i^S^I  8  fUSiS  ���������=- -*��������� '���������-t'  Ul^ritlit-AiSa^iiiififeaEi a ts-  -i * V 7������������������^----  ��������� * -M-'i'"'   -7-  ?  VSCSS"-p    - ���������p'gi'wg'wwirwwA,!      i ���������S-~v-re*--9S,'*'  Crown - Sanda jmay- ha preT-unpte-jL by,  British eubj���������ict������ over It y������ar* ctage,  axi-<3 by aussM" on jlcc*igr-ffig iEWnnon  to  become   BrfUah .subjects, ^asondl-;  -���������������--������ "������kjUM2L   MciAMM - oocunatlon..  anfl   Imp-roVeiueiit' for   egricnltural  n\\w*vrv.m* "' ^ ">   J..,t*    r   7���������7     ' ,"    -_ .'  B*ull informaU-m conoerplnar re������u-;  .ataons resardln^ pre-etoptloj-������. ^Is  triven tn Bulletin.No. % I-and Series.  -aow to - Pre-empt"WmsoAV,. copies of  which teah beobtolhed free ot charge  by addrenslhK', the : IHpa-rtment \ ot  J^nda, Victoria. "B-Cn or to any Opv-  <?������ Bitnottt Affent.   " -,"   ; .<  Records will bp '-granted"��������� coverinn  only/ land suitable for BKrlcultural  purpose*,* and which is not timber-  land. La. earrylnic ovdr -B.O0O jboaTd  feet per acre wealo* the Coast "Ran-re .,  and 8.000,feet per acre east of that  Reunso. >J"  -       ,        - s *    ,'; :    -"  appiicaqons for pre-emptldni axe  to bo, addM-wod to the Uau Com-  ml������alonar ot.the X*an*l IteoordlnB DJ:  Wilonl In whfohth* land applied tot  4s situated, and-aro made ott printed  fatma, ctipiea of Trhltth ean* be .obtained from the X-ahd CommJt-rtcraor,  "Pre-empUons 'must he-bcoupied for  fivo vearn- and Improvemonts made  to value, of 410 per aore. lnaludlna  olisiudnit an* culUvatlna* at leaat flv������  ac-M-fTbefoiND'a Crown d-fantcan'be  reoelvedlP ~   * ^    < ,-  FVxr' more -detailed information wo  th.o Bulle.Ua "How to Pre-emnt  Land.**      " "  PUnCHAOC  ApplleaUons are -c*fr-5������lv������d for pur-  caaaae of vacant ^lujd unreserved  Grown lonCto, hot bt-tna tlmborlano,  tor asrlottlh-xal j>ttr**-o������es;   minln-iuna  price of f������i'at-oIuao (arable> land In |S  vwrtnictitm, and oooond-chuw- j^aclns)  lnjid JJJL50 per acre.    Furthervinfor-  nmtlon ,rs������a**ainir purchase ������n^ leaas  of Grown JandFia -riven in BulloU"-i  Ho.^10, iAna B������rte������. ^Purohaso'an������  ���������:'''l<^o:ot;c-rownV'I#n,ds.,^^7 ;���������*,������������������  .  ' i MH1,- 'to-rtb'irjr, w'-lntluitrlat.-cfitea, oh  . . Umbor land, not,' oTCco-llnfl 10 "acrea,  ���������may be purchased or.leased, the eoni-  ���������-flHtlona'.,   Ineludlrur   ."payment'  ���������-.Ivstumplage. ���������'������������������:>.:''���������  '"..v..,7..7'.>*".  ���������  7"    '4w^wi||t;iTe":''t~,fA8!aa >��������� ���������.. '  - ���������' i:'. lTn*urV������yisdi .areaaj^-lnot exooedlntr *o-  ��������� ..������*res,7n^;.:,h������':i,l������aaeaj-aai-; homesttea ,-  ' >ond|������orjia   upon   a   d-#������lUnit. belna -  -'" -greeted>������itt^th������ .'.ft-r-H'-ryes'.:':.������Mae;vlieSsi������' ���������  '"   obtainable after-. r-������������idanc->, and ��������� lm-  Oiirovemsnt oondlttona   aro ^-fuirtllad  mnd land." liBu������vb������^'i-,������uiryoyea..".'::;  .���������"''"'  '    ''��������� ''7": 'u^.',^'^'"!*-'���������"''---;���������''.-*..,'"''''\\''���������   ',*' '7     :  ������������������I ;V 7_J*"** **.''''���������  ' 'J"or' 'srr&zirds ond'' 'tsss9.t?aS*f!-*i!  ' i*-ter-  poaoa,' areas met' -Mcowsdlns- IJ0 ��������� aore������  i.i.iiy bo   le<u-<-d 'by' Oil* ' -,-MrifM.tri. . or  a ���������  company.    ^y^^y^-.Zyy'^';';"������:,. ..,������������������;  "' '.''.���������.������������������:...;'���������'' ''.O.j������AZtlilll7;'V;'' 77;7;:  ���������'-   Under tha arw������hi������   A.ot'ft*ia' I-s-ov-  ln<-������ la dlvldad Into irtaalna- dlstriett  and th������ ranrS admlni������t������r������d under n  Clraalnir:      Coinmlii-ilonor.      Annual  KratdnK permita aro i*uiu������il.baaed o������  numbttrn ranjr������d. priority beinc irivep  'ir>  Mi-hlta*iM  ������^rf������-kn-t   *Wif-������'-lr-.|i-������������������w-inwri������  imay. < fo'nti ��������� aawo^latlona   ��������� for   . ranit������  unanaarumftttt.   Free. or. partially'free.  n-m-mlta   ar������  available   for    iwi-ttlara,  tamswi   and   traValleira,   up   to   ten  tlienrf %  Canpn Gify Lumber  T1*-.^ 1**ni.fAnaiaTL'CAtrc    that, ' n|s>nit,Avr  quite ������ ntimbrr of enquiries are being  ���������^ n.*~ Tm,��������� im^.Jfi     S.~m *���������     ^������^-,4- *  **. *****.**-      ������* ** ^*X>,^������4 ���������"��������� fr.     I������    MOlAi  8TWC7&.V enjt  ���������VU'av  vi/uvajiiW'   mr%m     a-^uv   -Gbal ja������----i.-**-**���������  for the summer season.  About 88 Bscn- ^rss now easplc-ye-t at  thejContinentat liiine, a t Klockmarih  and operations will' tie brought, up to  "full strength tn the spring.  'Cranbrqnk .expects that at least  $60,00*>wi!lbes-pent' in*--road improver'  ments'ln tbat^distriet' by the provincial government thts^year. .  At Gs^esi wood ^ser^is great rejoicing because the buckwheat pancake  season has aj-rav^l. ."The editor of the  Xffldge prefers them.with pork gravy.  The Courier is ,told that buttercups  and'crocu*Sse������ were its bloom at Cran-  ���������"brssok l&fc'week^MOwevePs-fche Srst  j-ttraw hat has'������tili,tx> .make its appear,  ance. - V ---' * J/]'f'^xiy~ - - ~--s, . ���������> " '���������  ; ;At^irdingr80ltlia^iters|ld t5se evening  *^rvicft9_at^thie, Sfe^osii--tJ ehurch   at  considerable  hO-Qt' took  :X������sa than ITOTca^ of ^Apples are now  stored in- A*t^iatj-^-jSK>we--s ware-  SiOtjees in t>������s Gfe^a^.H^iSS'* Srv prSoSUw.  Weekly-aales in Wb^4^;were about  SG"cars. * ' ^7.*        -  f "880rn������fw-n-ssnea_5?*^e abaded to the  Provincial votera lisf^at * tbe Pebruary  r������vision. 'This brings, the grand total  taalmast 4000 pamVott Cranbrook  tiding list." '"*/-������������������"  ^Kaslo ratepayers *will this month  vote on abyilaw to.^rrow 94000 with  which to buy a sawmill site near the  town at present ownedby the defunct  Home Bank.  "     ���������   ^"...',  zp^ss  -_--���������  PROVIKCE OF BRITISH <pOX.UMBIA".  r-ORESTf BRANCH  ��������� .Xkepartmentpf Lands  EXAHIMTP m THE POSITION OF  " ASSSSTAST FOREST RMGER  ������- --  Kelowna sportsmen are hoping"  "sojnieon^ will devise^a plan whereby  Okanagan twke aan\ be rid of carp,  which are destroying the trout ih very  large numbeis.  -��������� -      - . "      '*h  Trait is J������������t recovering from a very  seriqua epidemic of cneaides, .chicken-  pox and ftcarlet fever. The outbreak  wa*Bob������cl that an Isolation bnBpital  ts aow talked of.  At Kaslo th% ladles are demanding  that when the curfewjnw comes into  r-ffect c*hildren 4 np to llftP.en yearn, of  tige nre to be debarred from running  the streets after 0 p.m. ^  The Cranbrook Herald was"twenty-  five years old. With the exception of  u few weeks nf non-publication due to  Ananclal troubles the-'paper luia been  ptibllah^.vcp^ :   r  ' '���������','; Bonn era Ferry 'Gaitne',' Aasoctatlon.le  dSBCuaalng the iiobsIbill ty of planting  fi'bga in the Kootenay Valley. Recently . the, ���������conhtylgaiwe,,w,a'rde������' '.was  ^ olTered n :ahtpmen t of, bullfrogs; ;freev ;��������� ���������������������������  . Oriwibrook cSty Liberal 'AiiiiOKiiSaiEOB*  *ii^w������^B������mi^*m-*a;rV7 '������������������."������������������*'���������   ���������:-   tt^:-thoIr;,;nnwual,'meethjg':;a^opted^  ���������IW -.ho^Wo^������gS^^^rjf^*jS���������i" resoltttlon making  that e-c-epuduotor  SS9So%JSE^ Joe 'Jackson bo nppolhtod to the mslat*  Oi>)tit*  Those examlnatlona aro for thenurposoof  nllirus piweont vaoaiiolo-* aod to cna&lo oan-ll-  dntoB to duality for future vs^anotoa and in-  ore-uB������a ln ston*.  Asaitfamt Poraat Ranger**  *' AoslBtant Foroot Kanf-ora aroomnloyoa  dutlna: tl>e Ore Boaawjnof oaoh. year snd.fhli-  Bonunon l������ extontod whoro noealblo by work on  Improvem-wtoa snoh aS trnus, tote. Koappixltit-  mentliim������do<Mvohj}-oara* Ionian. Batlataotory  forvloe iBalvoin. 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'"^  ?!������ Bmmimm^9ii*r ''  Thin- nKa-nlnntlni-n will bft hold at_fchs  nation ami on .tWd&tw-i imme-I bolow.^.JUsidi  ^tojltf#la%-tt^^  ffkrmn and for 1nfow������������*;lon rn-cftTdliur ������������������ ho-ar  of Uk������ AKH-rnlnaUMi and Uio lmlMina In vrliloh  '0. wncraiia^. ia  ie will  UH-it  th������ DJm-  loant ale  ��������� - War*    Crm*tmm.      tout* t' March 24th   <  Abfrh l������ lii.itiH 'Fo*m*t*r ml CmemkiMi:  Pf-pnty Mlnli-M-f of land*.  . -  1b/Ik7 )%-Jlili  WA  -e    Mr  TRY OTR   -     -    *  -; SHAMROCK P@MK SAUSAGE  '   '" Ap economical dishu eaery to serve.  Shamrock Brana HAM, BACON and LARD  v     ������ GLEMDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  *^rc*fovernmeDt--gradedJB-Mghest Quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH -  Choicest BEEFiPORmK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BURNS* IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  JncK-ases egg production and produces better poultry*   Buy tbe best.  -F  is  37  Sale   T7  i-^r^-ft.  A>8^^  their S^0 ^ot���������������wItlaa bank <  for safe ke������|������in^ as wbSS as  for coIl<actio������ wlies* ���������li5������=  lHvl'tv ^SSSTlu.���������a*S c"v  SSlusiL 8 5vsrvft$63������  -uufSBSSig  IMFERIAJL   BANK  s-   \JJbl*- CANADIAN  CRESTON BRANCH,  ,C W- AlXAN,  Profitable Opportunities  sure offered to-day &** Invtutmenft 3a������.  Coveteaiaeint and Mwaldptal Bof-sd������������  or sale o������-mc������i-M-curiiieacaids Smb ������KTi-ttfJ>  ������d at any <��������������� *onr licancfaea.  Our m<mi*Myllrtit--������o-^^  Im Bent on request.  ������7t  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  CapiflaaJ Beald Vp $Z0^KW>j������OO  Reoerve foi-id $20^000^000   :  S^^LjMmm\mmmm%mm\mmmM   HulHik*--a^*lUk.  <X ���������3* 1Wf-ftTWl*t<"1) liauaijr r'  3ng!vatsnnjoy In,'tho'. ^omlrilgn.' RalSw&y  C6^mlsi^n,'7''.,v.",.;ZZry\ '.'-7';;:  ���������'''    j, :;-  "���������': Tho'JaiflfiaUi^ ": which  won the championship- pf -.0,0,   this  year, arp,tp;b-9 tendered :��������������� ,;Vba,niinet by  the'.i":Sttae"t^ W-t give  'nhyp"rt0!tr^:iiblo''f rb^;b.yer������atlnipr at������ tho I  p'riou wilE bV hut one dullaE1;,' pbv ptatf.  '���������'"Aeeording fn|lfture8i'g|v������n. by J. hi.  'Wnrdh*, c'Ucff enginew  of' '|jKhe: BainEP  "National Park, noarBy 1000 'American  cat-* esnie into the park  over thia now  : Mantir--W.������ n������������*ri!H������-ro    SiJf-Mwin'j-    w.m������"II������^  itho pntod from June 80,to Nov. 28,  &������nlC&n. Canadian 'ffi&rs  entesfed- the  park, with 18,600 passengers,  Hot  ���������    f'-' "'���������-' ���������: ���������       -.^.       '��������� .V  Steam  . and' , "--,.."���������.  Hot Water  Keating ',  Sheet Metal Work.    A good slrtick of Fipo  and Pipe Fittingq on hand.  k. * i : .- ' THE   EEWEW,    CRESTON,  * i  *"->-  J    ���������  \  loiqs stopped in  Ten Minutes  There is a new  remedy that is very  pleasant���������it fills tbe  nose, ���������" throat" and  lungs with a heai-  lng~balsam from the  pine woods, and  utilizes that .-marvel-  .ous. antiseptic.of the  Blue Gum Tree of  Australia.  '-The remedy Is  "CATARRHOZONE"  ���������and you can't find  its equal for colds, coughs or catarrh.  Composed" of medicinal pine essences���������a remedy of -. nature, that's  what CATARRHOZONE is, and  you'll ,find it /mighty quick to act  and certain to "stop your cold.  -Don't dope your stomach with cough  mixtures - ��������� use CATARRHOZONE,.  which, is scientific and certain; it will  act quickly." Two months' treatment  guaranteed, costs $1.00: small (trial)  size 50c. Sold by druggists every-  . where. By mall from The Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.     '     _ N  iF!siv-s?--*\ ^-*SS!6������.W!Sak i?-**"!  iir<    t.te    uh   ��������� BY ���������  -   ELINOR MARSDEN ELIOT  Author of "My Canada," and. Other  Stories  L  'ublleh������d by Special Arrangement  -with the Author  -    (Continued)  "Do    you   ever    think," I ventured,  - "that Jean's depth of character would  .perhaps,be wasted    if    she    were    to  marry someone whom she' would never need to help?"  Mrs. Mowbray looked at me sharp-  ' ly, the little brown wren of a woman  that she is.  ���������"You've hit it exactly," she admitted.    "Jean has been mothering young  - things  and  weafc    things    and    sick  . things all her life, and that is^where  Jim gets her���������and I wouldn't mind so  much if I we're sure of him, but what  I'm afraid of is'that she'll get fond of  him and then feel badly when he  changes."    ' ' /  ���������'Jim* is quite a bit older than Jeanj  and he is^ neither weak no.r sick," I objected.      "He certainly is not a millionaire "just, now, but Slurray always  says that he and  Bob are  so thrifty  and   hard-working   that   they   cannot  mi9s"success.     And perhaps be is not  so changeable as .you think."  Mrs.- Mowbray shook her head.  "I could never bear, red hair," she  said, "and that tongue of his! he'd talk  .the birds  off the trees.      Give me a  "quiet man every time." :"-.."    ?-.  "Mrs: Mowbray 'does not welcome  competition,", laughed Murray when I  repeated tlie conversation to hihi.  But I, while I doubted���������': Mrs. Mow--;,  bray's tact, could understanffher. Any  mother can, I think. , That she had  Jean's welfare at heart was obvious,  but she was not wise enough to keep  lier opinion' to herself and her openly  expressed distrust of Jim prepared  Jean's mind for the doubts that cropped up later on.  May brought us a new friend, Mr,  Bonar, the student missionary who  worked so hard to bring together the  unchurch people of the district. His  was a mixed and -scattered parish indeed. In the v Lllage there were few  Presbyterians,   some Methodists,  two  TTVTl  1H! '���������  Beware of Imitations!  Unless you see 'the "Bayer Cross" on  pFicknfff* or on 1 ablest-- yon nro not getting the genuine D-tycr Aspirin proved  ������afe bjr-milUons���������'- and prescribed -by  physician-" over, twenty-three yean- for  CoUIrt  Toothache  NuurHU  Neural** hi  Accept "Bayer  only.       Kuo.h  unbroken  in Ins-proven fHrerfJnnfl.  Hoadacbe  Lhmbago -  Itl.c-uiiiatl.-im.  Pain, Pain  Tabula of Aspirin"  package  con-  I-fandy boxes  oi' twelve tablets- coat few centn. Drug-  KlsfM also Hell bottles of 2-1 and 100.  Anntrln Ik tho trade murk (������fegl������tere<l  fn Cnn-ula) of Bayer "Manufacture of  Mfinoi\a(dUy.ieU\f.Mer of HalleylJcacid.  WJillo II. Ih weil known that: Aspirin  ineanH Bayer manufacture, lo asslHt  tho public uprnlnst Imitations, the Table U urBj-.yei- Company will be Htamp-  ed with I heir jcenernl trade mark, the  "B?:.vct' Cro,.:.':." ^^  \\\   x.   r.   i:-07  Arelicans, several Lutherans, one Roman Catholic, one Buddhist and two  Jews, while in.the surrounding country conditions were jnuch the same.  But Mr. Bonar had a~way of. reaching  all sorts and conditions of snen, and  though not ail went* to the" services  that were held each Sunday in the  Spruce._Creek school, all wiere oh the  best of terms with "the Padre,"'even  to the Catholic Gagnbns and* the Buddhist'As SingK-and there were .none but"  were, glad to teee his buckskin pony  turn in at the gate.   ���������  Mr. Bphar's -greatest wish, speaking  rot    temporal    things,    was    to see a  church in , Spruce ~  Creek.   "'  He    had  f'wan*"!ed" a Iar������-e corner lot on "t-Tain  Street from David Wilson -the year before  and  started- a  subscription  list,  hoping that in the spring work would  be begun on "the building.      But last  year's poor crop had made it impossible for him to ask for money. ;  "Two-thirds of the people'" in the district don't know how^ to turn to meet  their  payments,"  he" said, to  Murray  and me one day.      "I simply haven't  the heart to ask them for'anything". In  fact, I'd be jolly glad' if I*gouId give~  thein   some ��������� help_ instead   of   begging  from them."                   -- :  The  following  Sunday,  Murray re"  turned    to _ the , subject as we drove  borne after' church.      The school had  been crowded, many people, * like ourselves,  having' driven In a. long distance to be present, and we had listened to what Mother taught me to call a  Seven-Day sermon���������a simple, helpful,  hopeful, heart-to-heart talk that gave_  one something.to bold to throughdut"  the week.   .,  "We are going to build that church."  said Murray suddenly.  "Bu*t'how."*can we?" I asked.      "No  one has any money    .    .    ."  "NO, but we have time and materials,   ain't   we?"   Murray  interrupted.  "If a suburban congregation in Winnipeg can build its own church I" don't  see'why we shouldn't.       I'll  suggest  -to Bonar that we find cut how much  'assistance we may count on from the  Home   Mission   Committee,   and  then  we'll get to work.   -We can haul timber and have it sawn duaing the winter, get in our  stone  and lime,  and  then begin to build as soon as seeding  is over next spr-ing.      We'll not  need a very big place and a few days  work from each man will soon see" us  with a church that will have cost us  nothing in actual "cash, except for the  materials that we have to get out from  the city.    Bonar will be ordained next'  spring,   and  nothing  could  be  better  for    Spruce    Creek    than for him to  come to .us permanently, surely" among  us all we can afford to pay our share  of  his salary���������you  know,  I   suppose,  what an Augmented Charge is?" finished the minister's son. .  - "Yes," I replied meekly, "you mean  that the Home Mission Committee is  responsible for a part of the minister's  salary:"     -  .    .                ,  - ���������   '    ,  ^Murray   'nodded" - absent-mindedly,  -and I knew that Re was far "ahead of  me, settling.the details 'of his;scheme.  I never dare to tell"1,   him    that    Mr.  Bonar spoke of him to me afterwards  as "a power for good in,-the /community,'": for Murray hated to. be _praised  in set phrases. . -It wjag comparatively  safe to tell hiin/that he had a good  head 'on his shoulders, but "a power  for good," he would have been sure to  say, was laying it on a bit too thick.  Even,I had to be careful in such matters, '-'what",'Murray' felt: most,'deeply  did not  easily  come to' the  surface,  ,and he would have been made very  uncomfortable had he been given publicly the credit that was undohbtedly  his due* ���������' -77"':  . I hare always admired the way in  which Murray's inind works. The  next time we saw Mr. Bonar he 'had  all his suggestions in a form as clear  and compact as his monthly balance  sheets used to be. The upshot of It  was that the next Sunday it was requested that all interested Jn the erection of a church should remain after  the service, and a committee 7was  formed to gather information regarding tbe assistance we might depend  upon. "'...-  Mr.   Bonar's   enthusiasm   had   warrant, Hov people who could not have  given money were more, than wilfihg  to give what they had..    The land was  already provided, Mr. Wright promised  to cut the rough  lumber  free of  charge and to get the other materials  for us a t cost, and one of his men who  was a mason volunteered to build the  foundation and the  chimney if some  "bandy men" would help him.      And  when man after man had offered wood  oi-^Htone or labor, Mrs. Wilson stood  up and Jn her shy way suggested the  ��������� formation of a Ladies' Aid Society;^  "Maybe we can raise a little money  for   furnishings,"   alio   said.       "There  will lie the Btovea to get nnd lamps,  and   that  seems  like  woman's  work,  ������ And we can help with    tho    painting  und lathsomining Inside."  As the new,'- of whnt we were plan-  nijjg ku do .spread l.lii'ou*-;2i the d'Htricl.,  dfferH, of help came from unexpected  quarters.  Owen Severn, who had not soon the  in si do of a church, in Canada ho far  ������t.i 1 .know, bi-Id jihe would love to embroider the a J tar-cloth. Mr. Krls-  tlttns.cn, gratified because his children  were beln*c taught in Sunday School,  tfave five dollars, and then nhoweri  Muriuy and Mr. MucleoU Home of the  fine wood-carving that wan hla hobby,'  and .naked if there would be anything  or that wort to do In the ehurr-h. -And  Mr, Gagnon, prefacing hla remnrkH  with a -thrufC and ihe comment. I hat  "TIiIh Ih not Quebec," --aid that he and  Niircll������fte could help with tho phis tor*  iriitf,  It wan Mrs. Cnrsdalp who came to  tlie Tevfi"������ T.'Sfh j*. brlJllJ'.nt v*S"4"*'"t\ttTi  that ennhled um to accept Mr? Krls-  tloi-sf'-i'n    r>tt'x*   if si -3 new, tbm*/-h the  aS  I  ut. A^nase s  ivieaidnes  i������   ".**(  x*y iFiereasiiig me v*3>rareois ot. pie @oxes  the cost to true user remains unchanged  THIS revision of prices affects only  A   three of Dr. Cl^^'s Medicines���������  the   Kidney-Liver   Pills,   Nerve,  Pood and Catarrh Powder.  In spite of the-constantly increasing;  cost ol doing business ever since Dr.  r^l-Mero<.-tc- T4JTtf^io-ii-r*������c  wtxrt* -nln#������<ed. ori the  market many years ago there has Seen  no   change   in   the   prices   of   these--  three medicines to the consumer.        ;.  JL1*   cuiiteiit-s  UJU.C  OK  instead ot 25 piils as formerly: .    - U-  The same applies to :Dr/ Chase's  Nerve Pood? which will sell at 6������ cents  a box instead of ,50 cents, since the  contents of the'box is no*������jr 60 gills  instead of 50..       :    *"\������. .''-       7 ? -\i  With the exception of Dr. Chased  Catarrh Powder, wnichis now 35*cente  a box, the^prices of Dr.' Chase's ptheV  medicines remain unc"  I  Ithasnowbecome-absolute^rneces- ,    Dr.: Chase's Almanac ^as now been  sarytomake some changes, but this ..^^ and distiibllted to practicaUy  has been worked outin such a way that  the cost to the user remains the same.  The slogan for Dr. Chase's Kidney-  Liver Pills will therefore remain " One  pill.adose���������One cent a dose," for while  the price will be 3j5 cents instead of 25,  OJjI! 1IOJL  every home in Canada, 1,550,000  copies, if you did not receive yours  kindly advise us and we shall mail you  a copy free of charge, Edmanson  Bates' & Co., Limited, Dr. Chase  Building, Toronto.     /"-*������������������   ~.  NEW BOX  -  M10MF%rU������E  ONE P8IXr'A DQSE  CENT'A DOSE  church is not yet finished, we  have  our pulpit ready,���������a plain oaT*:..table it  is, saiiare ������nd strong, beautifully carv-  .ed and then stained and waxed.  I was, at first, rather at a' loss about  Gwen's altar-oloth. (She was so eager  to help, and eager, too, I supppose, to  be in the thick of what <fhe' rest of ns  were doing-. and was very much put  out to learn that' there was no altar in-  a Presbyterian church, much less any  place for"an altar cloth,     t  "It will he like the chapels at home,  I suppose," she said with her customary tact," an ugly little plaice, as bare  as'bare."  . ,7.. . -'���������",-'.'   .'',.: ^.  Possibly severja] of my ancestors  stirred in their graves at that, point,  but I was reckless���������G-wen's sometimes  crudely expressed love of beauty was,  ���������'rhad always felt, the clue to the finer  side of her nature. And so I took it  upon myself to tell her that I was sure  a table-runner would be, very suitable  for our church, and greatly. appreciated by Mr. -Bonar. .  Among my stored-away treasures I  found a piece of ecru embroidery linen  that was, we agreed, the very .material  needed, and .Gwen went home with her  head full of ideas that- she would not  so much as hint to me.   "t greatly fear  .that for the nex^two weeks her house  was- neglected, for Gwen is a real artist insofar that she can never do more  than one thing at a' time, but the result of her handiwork was more beautiful than I had Relieved possible. She  had dyed the linen a soft brown color,  and then embroidered It in a conventional   semi-ecclesiastical   design   in  brown and black and dull blue, with  touches of gold thread blending all to-  "That gold Is alt right, isn't it?1* she  asked me (anxiously.     "It Is just a lit  tle bit that I had left over from the  last piece I. did at heme and I thought  it would look nice with those colors.'^*  <-To be continued) f  Where Training Counts  Flntfs University Man Success in Field  of Trade  The"unlversity* trained man is-much  preferable to the ordinary business  man for the "-worlc of Canadian Trade  Commissioner abroad, because he is  more adaptable and has -a>wider- field  of training itoan the expert in one line  ".ot: .business*; 'only^Vdeelared >.'.EV:. ;.0.' T.  O'Hara,'; deputy'': minister; ,'of^trade and  '. cptonaerb'i&,,f|in"( an address^b:. the' Young,  Men's Canadian Cluh'at Jilohtreal. -v '  K2 lb. *tin  ������0*  Ks\b -***���������  for thoae smokers  Who like  cut fine  i*ji* 'yy^giQ i OB* 'tlft������i������^ %j^rin  mo^^.^0,^mM    ^m^f^^^,    ym ...9 .mm. ^tf"  .fffyfTMMMW I'll! Illilll* ������llilllllllll<).||l'MIIIIIIIIIII||.IINt II III n,"|i|" ���������"'-'**���������*���������ii*���������  'W.  ������H IWmwmmm
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FOR   BOYS   AND   GIRLS
T""r��   r; rA%/rosr
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- - By E. A." Hehry, D.O:   -
Interesting Stories For Young-Folks
mrM uuusueu
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Wsisea Casu Dye Any
Gansaeitt,   Drapery
Dye   or   Tint   Worn,    Faded    Things
1.1^...     etfm ���     ml fc*       rm^m.*m.m.*m
Advancement of Civilization
interestin'g">hases of History Showing
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Gooi ,lioix&e-
bread is the shiest
food on eafth-rrtke
one food that every*
b64y H^ats -^" that
eyel^rbo4f', -M-tei-���?
and mat agrees with
everybody.
or
From the World's Edge
Letter R'om "Arctic Mailed Four Years
Ago Finds Ov/ner
Four years ago Eoald Amundsen,
the explorer, mailed a letter in the
far north to a friend in Minneapolis.
After various: adventures the conhnuh-
Ication reached >ts destination a few
days ago, bearing on its face^ah epic
of the postal service at the" world's
edge. *"-      ' -
Eskimo carriers and dog teams, who
started with the letter, had succumbed
toxoid and (Starvation,"and-their mail
pouch lay for nearly four years. preserved by-.ice and snow-Wtil last summer, wheiLta'.go'Srty-TSf BussiaSis-'-discovered-it A wThey^sent7th^ -fo
Amundsen's home in Norway,r where
his brother^ Leon, forwarded "it-to the
Minneapolis, destination.*- - -" * *    *      *
Asthma    Before* 'it'.
vapor from Dr.  J. D.
"The
Kel-
Drives*
smol^-j 01
logg's Asthma-Remedy~~gives asthma
ho chanpe to^linger.-- \ -It* eradicates, the
cause!* *a"'.Our experience' with the -relief-giving remedy shows how actual"
and posil��ve,-is 'the suecbr,, it- gives. It
is the result of long study and experiment and was not submitted "^to the
public until its makers knew it would
do its worlc well*   '.'*���'-'���
Estimates'place the total number of
newspapers, published in the world aL
56 thousand. .. - .   ,      ���
The youn**" people of today are lazy
chiefly ^b^p&uso v-they > are the young*
people bt iasfhigl^t. ./,-   ',
Thoma*s Allen, Publisher
***   .  _ THANK LESS NESS
*   B*on*t you love to** hear "the  gentle
voice of.t*Tchild say, "Thank you?"" .
Don't yon like to see.a girl or hoy
that feels and shows gratitude?"
Everything in Nature seems to have
-���A�� -. * - ��/
The birds twittering' in the tree-
tops . always see.m to be * chirping
^'Thanks;" - The flowers ' bordering
the green lawn breathe out a fragrance that makes you so glad, it
must be the odour of thanks! r .The
sun is1-so glorious and scatters.its rays
so brightly, I think. If you could-bear
It~ speaking as It shines; you would
hear It saying, "Oh, I am so thankful
I have ail this power of sifting down,
these drops of sunlight!" ' "When the
rain sees the brown-burnt grass starting np into - bright greenness, how
thankful- it must feel for its ability'fto ���,
��� ?;.CwUI ��. i.m.S.^.Sr.        "%"u i.X��v. ?. ^.^.MJ. ��M>
glad it can shake things up and scat-r
ter nasty germs and clean the air "that
*people breathel
"All  things  bright and beautiful, *���
-All creatures gneat and small,   j
/All-things wise, and wonderful,'   <���-
/The Lord* God made them all."    '
J. And I really believe there is not one
that is not glad and thankful for being
and doing!
There is no spirit so dark, unhappy
and "unattractive *as the one that is
.thankless. " .-   ���
Shakespeare says: >- -
"Ingratitude, '   thou      marble-hearted
fiend    y .   ..
More hideous in a child    " ^
Than,the sea monster."
- And again he says:
"How sharper is it than a serpent's
."   tooth
To ha^ve a thankless child."
,.*"  Once  Jesus   cured, ten  lepers,  and
you know leprosy was a dreadful disease that little by little ate away the
body and turned it Into'a rotting sore;
and of the ten who were healed of that
frightful trouble, only one came" back
to say, "I thank you!"'
Isn't it a- lovely sight to see the
'sweet spirit of "a" thankful neart saying ifcr-to find people .who appreciate
"what you do-^-that is, who think it is
worth something, for appreciation
Just means putting a value-on, and
they say so!
,, Tbe Bible -say-},-'T*et -the redeemed
6f-**the "Lord say, so."   "'    -;,-    ." -. -7
'"""Don't ke^7ii-"iotyourse_!!!.- ^Say so!-
*Pass it, onj       Teli someone, "you are
glad they did something for you I
Everybody,, dislikes a girl or boy
who is -like a sponge, "always soaking
inl 7   *-    -    " -"--   ' .    -    '    /' -   "*\
*I saw a lovely flower once. At first'
it was only*"a^ifty-iooking bulb. But
it was put in nice clean water, in a
glass,-and soon beautiful white rootlets began to fill up the bottle; and
one day the bulb was so glad t that it
was no louger a nasty earthy-looking
brown, bulb, but had graceful white
roots, and a bud shooting out that it
burst in a' splendid poem of thanks;
only the poem was called a flower, and
its name was Hyacinth! ' - -
We all love to see a thankful life.���
At home it_ makes the atmosphere 'so
--soft and helpful���At schoolrit straightens wrinkles off the teacher and fills
'..the room .with llght-^���With one another
It a'cts like good'oil-in an automobile.
It makes things rust-smoother.--
And girls and boys, Qod likes it too!
' (To be continued)
UiamGii
oy tne
Don't
tin*
wonder whether you can dye
successfully,  because  perfect
home dyeing is guaranteed with "Diamond Dyes" even if you have never
dyed before. Druggists have all colors.
Dlrections-in each package.
<*��� , * -
~-7 Abridge the Bible "
An. abridged edition of the Bible Is
being prepared by Cambridge Univer-
aZ+mr   -Cnw.' *~hn   i.G.a.''*\f  anYtnnX-a TJooooorao
M.vj     .lis*.    wi\,    wkfv   ^y*.   w.*��*ww��*J�� ^. *^.*.J.��o%-.*
considered unsuitable for children'-wilH
be omitted,- from    the    new _ edition,
which  will   be. about two-thirds   the
size ""of the authorized Scriptures.
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WELL IN WINTER
"Winter Is a' dangerous season for(
the little ones. 'The" days are so
changeable���one bright, the next cold
and -stormy, that the mother is afraid
to take the: children* out for the fresh
air and exercise they need so.much.
In consequence, they are often cooped
up in overheated, badly ventilated
rooms and are soon seized with colds
or^'grippe. "What is needed to keep
the little ones well* Is-Baby's Own Tablets. wThey will regulate the stoma"ffe-^-x*ircle
and bowels' and drive out colds, and
b*y their use the baby will be able to
get over the winter-season in perfect
safety. , The. Tablets^ are sold by
medicine dealers or by. mail at" 25
cents a box from The Dr. Williams'
Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.
A newspaper down in Maine, in telling of the death, of a man through being "struck by a railroad train, adds
that "it will be remembered that he
met with a similar accident a year
agol" It.Is to-be hoped that the habit* which he appears to have contracted, will not be chronic.
i-rogress  Being, Made
World
���   *      , ^>' '
Discovery and perfection of tbe internal combustion engine and the resultant general use of the automobile
*as a%nteans of transportation,- has been
the .greatest single influence 'to 'the
material -and.-ethical progress of tbe
world. during the past four years,
David Leslie Brown, of the National
Foreign Trade Council, told members*
cf.. the American Association for the
Advancement of Science. .
, "Werare really living three lives in
one as compared to our- forefathers,
and further advancement of civilization depends upon, quick transportation" and easy intercommunication,"
Mr. Brown declared.
The human body, the flowers of the
far north., -minute insects, electricity--
plant and- engineering problems, axi.
found - a "place ih the scientists' dis-
sussions of the day._ t -    <
' The bones of the right'arm and leg
are heavier than those of the left. Dr.
~N. W. Ingalis, associate -professor Of
anatomy of Westeri Reserve University, Cleveland, said he had discovered-in, weighing the various parts of
100 ' male skeletons. ~ The difference
he ascribed to more general use of the
.right side than the left.
- Flowers, which 50,000 years ago
thrived in the great glacial districts
of North America, still are to he found
in a small Montana park, near Logan
-Pass, 10,000 niiles<south- of the Arctic
Prof. .W. .G. ^Waterman-, of.
Northwestern University, - told the
Ecological Society,, of America.
Using minute lenses* made from the
eyes of insects, Prof. W. F. Watson,
of".Athens,   Ga., 'took.photographsj>f
various* objects. ' -"'
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Will  Represent Alberta
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Ln Honor of Cant. - Cook
Planning a Monument on Pacific Coast
. -_"     to    British    and    Spanish
ucauicii
Oh behalf of the Historic Sites and
-monuments Board of Canada, the Indian Department has arranged a lease
from "the Indians* el the * Nootka re-
ser*?-e, of land for a monument to be
erected t*0��� Captain Cooh ^and the
British and Spanish seamen of the'
18th century on a spot just-west of
the. village at Friendly Cove^ west
coast of Vancouver Island.* There already is a.' monument on a small is-
iandToff the village' erected in^l90S by
ihe Washington University 'Historical
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Mother! Give Sick Baby       -
\ ; "California Fig Syrup
Harmless
e -?w7_CSe��n   Lives;
and Bowels <*f-Saby .or Child
""BTHER OF
LARGE FAMILY
,      fi   . '�����  mi'   ����� ���'������III....
Recommends Lydia E. Pink-
harrx^s Vegetable Compound
to Other Mothers
Hemford/N. 1S.-���"I am the mother
of four children and I was ao'woak after
my laat baby came that I could not do
my work ana uufleTed ��or months until
a friend induced me ,to try Lydia E.
Plnkhum'a Vegetable, Compound." Sineo
taklnjgr^ t,he- Vegetable Compound ^my
weakness hag left mo nnd tho. pain in
my bach hutf jrono. I tell all my friends
who are troubled with female wealmoas
to take Lydia E. Pmlcbam's Vecetuhle
'Comj^rti^^l!'6j':.,,I^ttttok, It io the beet
modfemocversoldi.1 ���.* You may advertise i
my letteir.?'-^Mrs. Georgb I. Crousb, |
HemfordV H.- S�� ���' '
>... ,v ,��.     My Fir��t Ghil-1
Gien Allen, A)abamn.-���^-1 have been
greatly' benefited by taking Lydia S.
Pinlcham's Vegetable Compound-for
bearing-down feelingB and paina. I waa
trot-bled in this way for nearly four
yeara fhUawing the birth,'of niy, il��;8t
child, and at tlmerf could hardly etand on.
my feefc. A neighbor recommended the
Vegotable Compound to me after I had
taken doctor'a medicines "wlthdht much
benpftt. It has relieved my pains and
givea mo atrongth. I recommend It* and
Bivv" you pertuliaslon, to nae'jtrty ftcoti'-
moiilni lntfnr,"���-Mr��i��'', Tr��* -.".vw,, ��ll-*n
Allen, Alabama.       .'    7
Women ^iho suffer should write to tho
Ijydla E. Plnlthnm Mod lefno Co. ^Cobourg,
Ontario^ for a free cony of Lydia E.
Pmkham'u Private Toxt-Boou u
** Ailments t'ocuhar to Women.**
Drill
Military training in the schools
we think to be a very eiteelltnt filing,
and we hope to see It more rather than
less faybred "in,'-otir.-'bntario scttoohsys-
, tem. It induces to discipline- and
self-controlini hojr-j/ It beneflts their
health by the exercise they must take,
and It gives them training which quite
possibly may eiftible- them to assist
the public interest in any" emergency
in which the ordinary police forces of
the country may;,,. be lnadeciuat*.���-Tho
Ottawa Journal.
*JESven constipated, bilious, feverish, or sick, colic
Babies ^and Children love to take.
genuine "Califor-'
nia Fig Syrup."
No other laxative
regulates the tender little bowels
so -/nicely. -Ky
sweetens the ��� _ . _ , _ ���
stomach and starts the liver and
bowels acting without griping. Con��
tains' no narcotics or soothing drugs.
Sfcy "California" to your druggist and
avoid counterfeits!" Insist upon genuine "California Fig Syrup" which
contains directions. .. ,
Hon.    George    Hoadley    Will    Attend
Empire Show in London
Hon." George Hoadley will go_ to London as honorary commissioner from
the Alberta Government at the British Empire" Exhibition in Wembley
Park next spring^. The Dominion Government asked recently for the appointment, at federal charges, of such
"a provincial representative to attend
the exhibition, and" serve as authoritative spokesman for Alberta during
a part of the season, and Mr.' Hoadley has been chosen for the post.
He will leave for London shortly
after the opening of the big show in
April. ���
United States trade with the British
colonies, protectorate ancj.- -dependencies has more than doubled since the
beginning of the war.\
upon
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W.'   N.    U.    3507
Powerful Medl6ine.r--'The-.; healing
properties in six essential oils are concentrated in every bottle of Dr.
Thomas* Eclectrlc oil,' fbi'mlng oho ot
the most beneficial liniments over offered to the-use of jraan. Manyvcan
testl fy as to" its power in - allaying
pain, and many more can certify that
they owe their health "to "lit; "Its won1
derfur power is not expressed, by the
small price at which it sells.
���.,.,;, ,,',;.,s;:Wa8 jtla Proposal .-,'./���..���:
. She. wn a i n dined to he sentimental.
Ho- was nothing If not practical.
"Wjould that you coiild'tell mo how to
mend a broken heart, she said. "I
have known of cases whereit has been
done by splicing," ho replied.
Every careful and observant joioLher
knows when her child suffers from
worms. She also knows* that If" some
remedy be not speedily,applied much
harm will result to the infant. An
excellent preparation for this-purpose
is Miller's Worm Powders. They
drive worms "trom the system and set
up stimulating and soothing effects, so
that the child's progress thereafter is
;palnless'.ahd:;;sat!s^
7 C.P.R  Grain Record
From the opening- pC the;crop year,
"Sept. 1, to the ofllclai closing of navigation, Dec. 12^ tho-Canft*llan; Pacific
Railways reported tlio heaviest marketing *>f grain since''the Inception o!
the road. Cars loaded by tho company also created a record r.'for the
season/ having^ v njuntD'e-^!fl''\;!il6,:a82.
Grain marketccl topped th^ ,2vO-000,000-
bushel .mark. ' -    '.
480,000,000   Bushels   of  Wheat
This Is the Final Estimate for Canada
For  1923 Crop
The announcement of the Alberta
Department of Agriculture, increasing
its estimate of the wheat crop in that
province by nearly 10,000,000' bushels
over its former estimate of 157^467,-
000 bushels, adds a similar amount to
the estimate of the Dominion Bureau
of Statistics, which accepts the provincial figure's. . If, in the final estimates, there are no reuuuilouti in the
estimate for the other provinces, the
total for all Canada will be approxi- S
mately 480,000,000 bushels:        ;:; ��� 7     *
Over Chin andCheek.Large
and Red-Was Discouraged. I
"'The pimples I-suffered from-were |
-scattered over nay chin and cheek, i
They were large and red
, and after a day or 4wo
festered over. , They
itched! ana when X-
BC-ratcfied them the tops
would come of? and���a
\**$Zret   watery fluid would come
Cromthem. The trouble
lasted several xaoatfas and I was awfully discouragecl^ '       - - - -
" I read an advestlsement for Cutlcura Soap and Ointment and sen��
for a free sample.   After using it
there was a naarked change so I purchased  more, which  healed me." \
(Signed) Miss Edna Ptowse, Non-
pariel Farm, Cluny, Alberta.
' Use Cuticurafoz a31 toilet purposes.
Bai*��l��E��c]trrM"��ab*l. JWJw��K,a-ni��-fc��. �������
�����>��, *��* St. TanS ���k V. Motttiwl.-Bold ��*enr-
whew. SompgSe. OtntneDt25andGte.'XWcwn23e.
BbVC-sttcura So-kp mhmwtm intntmt to.ua.
MONEY ORDERS
Dominion Express Money Orders are- on
salo 3n flvo thousa-n-i-l ofBccs thTOUffhout
Canada.
Minard's Linimenffor Dandruff
4 '���Jlmmie," said the Jeacher, "why
don't you -vash your face? I can Be��
wliat you had for hreahfast this morning." Little Boyr; "What was It?"
teacher: "Eggs," TLittlo Boy:
"Wrong, teacher; that was yesterday."
Although mummified'npefl of ancient
Egy^t sho*,v,<evidence of rickets, no .dc'
finite evidence"of'thl��'disease has yet
been found In the numerous human
bodies examined from ancient graves
of thp.* Innd. '
The cheapness of Mother Graves*
Worm Exterminator puts : it ) within
reach of-nil, and It can bo got at any
'druggist.'' .
��� ,i  . 11'. " ���������������������'
Maglstrato:- 4T-Iavo you anything to
say before I pass sentence ?" -Burg-
lar: "Yes. m'lud. It^aa hit thick be-
In' tclnntlfled by a bloke wot l<**pt 'Ift
head uridor the bodolothon*��ftho-.wholo
tlme."'V,.' ;.'.'������������::��� .���':.���' .- -���������*_���'-���.. 'r*\-y'   \": >; ���'���,.���
Keep "Minarcl'ia In the house
h imirei;r-'Vvho"al>aKgW'1''1'
JWdiW ^jH0 ^s$sf    m   f m *f ^(^
EKCellent for * Croupy ^Children.-���
When a child is suffering with croup
it is. a good plan to use Dr. Thomas*
Eclectric Oil.. .It deduces tho Inflammation ��� and loosens the phlegm giving speedy relief tq the little suKercr*
It Is equally reliable lor sore throat
and chest, earache, rheumatic pains,
cuts, bruises"aud spriitus. Dr. Thamu��"
'Eeleclrlc Oil. Ja ".,regarded "by -many
thousands as an Indispensable of tho
family medicine chest, j
Smug "satisfaction with ourselvcs
and conditions about jus are the biggest obs taclea to e o dal 'progress i���
.Splected. .   "'���      ' Z'"' '
-For th.�� Kidneys
Kidney trouhlea are frequently
caused by badly, digested food
-j-rhich overtaxes these organs to
eliminate the Irrl tsnt adds formed.
Help your stomach to properly
digest the food by taking 15 to
30 drops ol Extract ol Roots, told
as Kotlitr ����i��trs Cni��l3ire Syrup,
and your" Iddn-ey;: disorder ' will
promptly -diMppe-ur. Get the
genuine. SOtu.mnd $ 1.00 bottles.
��^S
TME MEW  fWENOH   REMapv,
THERAPION NO 1
THERAPION No.2
saia Pt-aasag. Ka.-atarChreoic'WeritBeMta.
soto ���-�� lkj-oimo cur-Miis rt-.i-n'tcitii' -sxo i.an -*."j-.
k*U.i-iiCi-feWI., U.��i-,���ghll m>4CMmlM'vi IX J.N.W-0.1.**>J Wl.
����� imu. ai rnoit tl. trnnnx sr. k*.bt, To��oi��-��o.
on SM,- nv- ViLvn.  b��;--i-.ih- wki"t.-' Woutu-i.
No mnn or(woman should hobhl��'
.painfully about because* of corns when
ho certain a relief la at'iiofnd as Mot-
loway's Corn Remover.
Tho'Cj-nlcal Bachelor observes that
the follow- who makes tip his mlad
never to marry Is a good bit of a
.coward.
Mlnard'B   Unirwer-t Heals Cots
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^WjpMi'iWiliiiiliig^ ���������w-r  J  ,  '-,''���������.'     -s  >--'*   .  BWB  'JI5E-CPSSSSOH KSTOBW  .  Loca& and Ifersoi&al  Fas  SajuS���������-Team  ������1/ Carr.  disc,    S35.   Jas.  Bokfh���������-On   March   1st, to  Mr. and  ������--&������.������y*  ajBiai' ������fcwa*---E*--L*,s=.--   ������ -"M^**n--. ,,  WANTEn-rrWagner    apples.  SJc-Seown, Fernie, B.O.  Fob RKH-rv-Sis: room house.  Mrs. T. M. .IkSmondsort*  iX.     MS.  Apply  Small- Currant - bushes,   15c.   each  Ashley Coopers WynasSel. .   ���������  For Saij?���������-Rnyp coal  oil Sarsp,   ia  good sh&pe��������� -x "Enquire Keviov? Officer.  "Pesto3' pruning-shears, special price  to clear at ������3.95 ssair.    fiflawson Bros.  Dr. Wilson--Herald, ear, nose anal  throat specialist, will arrive in Ores*  ton, March 10th.  Hay���������Few tons of loose clover hay  for sale, well cured, $16 a ton at the  stack-   S. "Lament, Orestes. -*"  i"OB"cj.axdB���������Hun bout For-! Roadster,  1917 -made!,, first-class shape, -will sell  for $150 cash*.    Eta-quire Review Office.  Mrs. H. Ly-ae returned on Wednesday from a month's Visit -with her  daughter, Mrcs, .Hobart* -t^Silverton,  Ore.       -"-      ���������_ ���������  r\it*%'T rrrs? r> j* j- ������. -_ =**.������."-_  \**J?M.A*r &JL* *MWUm* u?v uvpfSBKUjU/HS  sSxa. Jamea CoupSand of "Boswell is  a Creston visitor at present, tbe guest  of Mrs. Hopwood.  - Mrs. Jessie "Lewi*-* teacher of piano  forte, "Royal Academy of Music, Eon.  don, Lament Bldg., Creatoa.   ���������  .30VK.������rWf>ca . gJ3 ^cra.       ^n������rw.A.        .mm^.w*I      ������u*������&..fi������ I  ** V.WJMK.^3Ji������. ti 0WBS2V MW1.        ������-������W������H  uuxasa   v������t������������CI3 JL     rr .l*r~ ������a<������uS    EST -������3.5*55  caws.   Cbas. O. Badgers, C-resfcoia.  1 Anglers, cs.il in and. ������ee '&&* new"  stock of Allock, "Laight & 'Weet-wo&d  fishing tackile for season 1924* Mniteont^*-60***^  Snefru " Foa ' Sais���������Open baggy,  McI^ughIin,-^godd as new, S60. Geo,  l������eadbeater; sfrickson.  The March meeting of Creston  WomeDV Institute will be held on  Fsfdsy &ftgranca next at 3 o'clock, in  ftihe najifib-'Wi-n- --xhe feature -re ?>n"������j  -sn���������������t:sg ~:llbean addrsss^n Misnicjp-  elinco-rpoj-atipn by 0. F. Hayes. Ail  ������ai&^ interested in th:a question.-at������  fe^i^ed to attend- anS  wi������l   be   nr-adei  lilli If f Ufl IM  fcOINlliMI ������  4-  ."���������???-  >   *���������-',  Z2SSZ  TO IMPROVE  YOUR HEALTH  INSIST OK  BREAD MADE  FROM  Brothers.. ~ . -  Eggs Fob. Hatchihg���������Fros-a'ffjasaa**-:  winter laying R.O. Bhodelslandlteds.  $1.50 for   15 eggs.   EL Andre-fir,   Box  64, Creston.. _ "*  ���������������.  Mrs. Byckmen, who ban -spent tbe  past eix - wefts, with relatives Brad  friends at Cranbrook, returned bome  on Saturday,  -Ladies* tailoring and dressmaking*  Work guaranteed and prices. rea.Bon-  able. MisslTing, safe Mrs. Hay-den-**,  Victoria Av*-.'  JfiGGS' For Batchxkg���������Pureb*ed  Spangled Sussex and White Rhode  Islands, $2.25 per fifteen. - Ashley-  Cooper, Wynndel.    i -  Mrs*  John Rycknaan and the  ehil  dren left on Monday   tor  Mnryeville,  Where Jack has a -position, and where  they ---ill re-tEde4n fature.    ^  Ho-fesiss For Situs-^Severnl teams  suitable for farm Or loggia*-; purposeF,  with or ts-itheulfe harness. Apply tx������  J. M. Key, at W|-ft!-���������,ai eamp-  P. Mann Irft on _ "Wednesday on a  hnsmess visit to SJaetern Canada, and  ���������willalso vihitNewXork before returning   He will be absent &bout ajnontb.  Dr. and Mrs. Kelso and Coi. Harrington of Edges-rood are Creston -visitors  this we k, ^-uestsat Christ Church1  rectory with Bev. H. and Mrs. Vartey.  Of the Valley's gain in population "of  four In February the newcomers, were-  all grirls. There were no deaths during  the month, and no marriage licenses  were issued.  :��������� T&s-*������fiuiiia3   weather report .shows  that  for  February . the   *Vaiiay  Jacksons  favored with a total snowfall of just  1"bree inches, and a rainfall of ,1.82  iamne-C xhe balmiest spell was on the  12th ���������when niie mercury rose to 56, and  ^be-'coolest morning- of them all was  the 10th when , 15 . above zero was re-  corded. ''.--'  i  In connection with the April revision  of the -provincial voters list for the  -vote on the beerpiebiscitethissusnnees-,  it is likely ������*| court of rs^slion will sit  afc Creston, probably on April Sin or  8th. There will be another revision of  tb������ list in May and this latter tt&t will  probably be the one on which the vote  at the nest proviaeial election will be  held. -  Bargains were very much in evidence  at the liwestoi-te sale nt the McCreath  barn .on Saturday afternoon. Auctioneer Rose was' =in his' usual good form  but the anitnaltf: were in such poor  condition .that fat&ey prices. were out'  only as high as $35-. while * on some  other ������tbck ifc was fiard to get a' start  even at S5. 1'  The real spring" wea ther prevailing  last cucntbr tempted quite a few car  owners to t-a-ke^out 1824 licenses rather  than wait until the end of .March 'lor  tbe covin price. $3H of revenue being  collected on tbe vale of number plates  ah February. Tue "police court levied  335, of fines. All > told the provincial  treasury bad an infonie from Creston  of almost $500 for-the month.  -  OHB^KOjfcET^low prions W not obtained % saenfic-  mg q-aality or leaving off essential equipment. V  A  detailed   eompai*iso2l 7i*?!th  ^any oth&p isar :ln jthe |ow������-1  " priced - tieicl wiii' eonyine^  you>timt a ISHEVKOiJRT  is the .beat bay BECAUSE  Special for  One Week  MEN'S  Brown Blucher  Don't  miss  Cbas.   Murrell.t.  -front  page announcement of some exception  ally attractive prices on   whpat, .oats  and barley if-taken   direct   froua   car  which- will arrive today.  Creston Board of Trade meets in  March session on Tuesday nighSv  There** are ������fel^ least three important  coninaittee reports ^-to submit and' a  full 'attendance of menabers is asked.  ; March was t ushered In on Batirrday  in reat Jamb^ike fashion, and ton th-?  most, part sjuusbiny weather h&������-fife~������  Vailed ever since, thougb the days are  not as'warin as the sunshine would in-  dfsate. r      7  rJ. C. Martin of Alice Siding- hsi9  been awarded the contract for 20 eorde  of cut green tamarac for the Creeton  school, with delivery to < lie made by  the end of April. The price was the  name as-last year.  The Kootenay River ferry report for.  February 'shows that 860 round trips  .were made during the month, carrying U84 te������m-"������ 16 -tinglo rign and 60  saddle pontes. The pnssenger list  shows a total of well over 600.  There* was a very, encouraging tiirn-  o'ntat the first-.of^tfie afternoon ser-  'vices^for Wosnen\*-s ^ the - Parish JEfiall  im Wedneeday, at -Rhich Be.v. H. Var-  ley gave' a, tiuiely^talk on the triple,  "*R������e ,Cure\. for^. ^re.** For next  Wednesday CRsanM-^-ft'of thetaddress  "will  be   *THe .Bs-isne &ttide.'s  -.The  Made on the Military  Style Last.  ladies are reminde-ftiiafc these services  ^-.re undenominational ������nd 'nil are invited to att-md.    ->"otj *   -      -r  Fiok and White  Most people are par^dular about feee -powders.  . .     Why not buy a good Pnif, too.  " r -"  awje sold with- the M^ssey^  y&mt   are - not- -^sdis^sssm,"  CfSSffirwrifcieS  Ses. our window and got a free book on  Face Powders, Puffs, etc.  E-.  At a ineeting ^Ihe  yrsM������ cKrectors of  Creston Gro"w|-'rs,;.Jiii.m8ted. on .Saturday night the"ques'jT������i->n of winding up J  the aff������ii������of the -*oi|"p������ny were very  fully discussed, but |t7*vas-agreed thai  in view of tho uncertainty in connection with lv2i fruit marketing thai it  would be unwise to. discontinue.. A  committee of the director-* was named  to.effeat a lease or pnrc'base the w������re  bouse at Eriekson as'well ns the offlee  equipment at Creston. Miss Doyle  will be in full charge-of Grower, Limited,, affairs, and due'to-,'the expected  sale of-the office building at' Creston  falling through .for, the next few  month*, ut any rate, the headquarters  Will still be nt ���������i et-ton,    >  -Druggists dk. Stationers  ^r-������-  Liko ^nis well-known mffiltb  of Overalls  ���������15.'���������*  Poll: 8AZ.19���������Lndv's solid leather side  paddle, patent uafpty Ptlrrii"-*, l������est On  fgary   make,    perfert   cnnditlon,   $12.  Als-ft  8  h.n--. -Blpr   Chief  gas    enprin  (Wnterloo),    perfect   running-'-'order,  9100.   Ashley Cooper, Wynndel.  ae  ' m ~~i  I Anglican Olmre!i Semces  .ir.  per  Reg-* price $5*GO  Stnrdv   alioea   of   dependable -|  quaility at   a   very   reasonable  price.    Ti-e> uppers   tbron-Q-hout  aro grain  leather,    well   tanned  \ Pind jptiablei, full-Kt.t.i-i'fij1Tr������oo������niy  lust, bluoher style, with half  bellows tonjrmc, outsidlo counter  and bra-ad leather back-straps  Solid leather nolee with nH-Tuv-Ina,  nttaobed by atanclarct screw-- on  well aa nmwn,  Medium-weiglit boots that  combine Conn aervi������**- with<-^reattr  comfort andi economy, Tnn only.  : High water murk for eash Int-ike nt  ������;allver ten wns ��������������������������� rnflristered   oh   Swfcnr  diiy  at   the  Obrint  Church" IDrtdie*-"  OoHd fnnctinn given  by Mrs.  CroBtb-  -*rait and Mrs.. H������iye-*,v at. jfche   Uatter'a,  hnnif*.   The proceeds totnlled  almost  Word baa  jtn������t   come  fron������7Alvln  Perklno, the well known ptnno tuner,  .who wan foa'c'^t to cuncel 'bio'' visit to  Creaton Inst fnlldrte to tbe very baHoh-"  iltneoA of Mm Perkinn. . He wlshea |4>  antionnce that hie next visit to Creit������  tnn will be cluringHbe coming mimrafr,  Major Mallnndmlne got buck from  fata trip to the count on Sutan-diay, and  -pveHented his report on mnnfclpnl In  v-ratlgntlon to the Board of Trnile com  mlttAe on Wednesday afternoon. His  finding* In connection with n vlllrige  munielpnllty will be printed in full  next week.  A repire������ent������ti*-������-  of  the   House   of  Hobherlin,, the   w*11   known   Arm   ot  'mmA* to-w-WMiur!-* 'fcallon-i,, Trttromto, wll  ''te at fchfrSpr-rrn" p.tpr*- on B&tiXK&fVSr,  ^Ifrplmying fche< l-itemt *-flmplft������ In suit  . Inflf*. etc., ww well a������ tbe newi-iii ������tyle������i.  ; )Tf yem are need lug n n#w en It l^wn-y  \MiMfcW* h\m H- vu.4.  SUMD AY.,''V!Wft.RCJHi<l.O '���������  '''.'CRBS^K;7^;7:;.'':;  8 und 11 a.m.        7^80 p.in.  Hesidligiit Pants  are Guaranteed  :��������� to .Outwc&K two  GUARANTEED  ^rtghfi*-  Fleet rights  . Look tight-  Wear rijflti  -.-:<-"1  ' ���������'.!.������;. r'-',;. \ .'  -ii!'^'  lee Oibhui  ������������������'       .-"���������-.-   ���������'"������������������  ���������'���������'.:'i'--fj: '  always on hand^  .iTS-':  other make ������f  '���������    ���������,''..   ��������� ���������������������������; ,'v,p ��������� ',-..,      ', :���������    :.���������'���������'.  ��������� ,. '.->'��������� .   if'..'S'  We ��������� are handling  Trouaers  IWolranil NallspQ Cltocolafas  j  Batter  SSjf--Ji"KJ  Mww������*i^*i''-w  CrMitnn wfTI cefebrat* Ht. FmtrfelcV  night, Momid������y, Mnrch  17tb,  with  a  iionirtl   evening which   will   Include,  vfhtnt. mtwttti und utAorfna',    T3i^ ttn*������klr  le wmfttv' Holy  (lrtw  Obi������rch   I������d1������������j  m^m\.  ������ii*lpi'ic-fe*������, ������ri/t tb-������  ISO  -r������nt������-    Card!-i  ���������ppctmpi.  iddr-iBuBlion  will  ntnrt  wlf!   be  fvt aeoi  made j of special Denim,  and combining wearing  qualities with appearance  in. satisfoctory feshion.  HcjadligSxi: Blue Bil������  always in stock.  HEADLIGHT JSSffl TROUSERS  i *...:.m:mmm.,,~���������m, -.. tiEADUCIlI ��������� Twimmm ��������� *u&  too*  ������U>Ui  ormmt*  SliAM3 <;UAIIANTHED ��������� NOT TO RIP  timI������tlMinel'M)*i%rtU  w lmtr,mmxom -**-*, *  f a*nn**.t ltI|M'4t ���������*+*���������  wiili pujr you  '' r, Tkbp*ltfiiifTn>t-*t-ttii^  amamr-ea-ito '   ,. ,  Mr������  tX-tt������U  j^y   ^^r A. m\^^^ mnI       ***n ^*i ^ a^N J^ B99      .^m        m\.  ^tsnh  , -. , /J.1 ymmx., mum**   a   %.   wrn,   R*fT   T1*!  GENNEBA^ MTBROHAKT*  UHUNWrll  ^������jfflRlllh-B ������ fr *(������n* 114  *i*w. 4 HIIMMO-.feWt'****������)>  iii>jiiiiiiiliiiliiiiMti#wiwai^  ^miMy****!**!!****  SB������������SB!^^

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