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Creston Review Feb 29, 1924

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 VotvKSYX.  -   j:-. **������������  ' - v. ^*i   "  wt-------wjS'saa*-a^saa-aa-a---a*sawssa^  No. 3  Oct. 1,2^3, Fa!  have; totjvr  property of  ber of cst^g^as*^;  become the jfispj-M-Sent  las* yearX winilll^will" only be?,- TC-  placed--wiier-27^^doai*������toi-s wfeoi.7to  sgkm. dooato-rjpgp^are,  si is ho-^*dLto iwiis^sj-^^  ~ -j.   j  -v   *���������      t ->  nfHA  ^^1 left. &���������* and ft* ���������������tM*������' fn *fee -^tmns^Vioi^y  token !ca-i|*8* ������?d $#������*[ ia������ntcipahtH������.  -a  f<urbyt&edi*-ectoi-s. who m^������^:l JJ7  -7^^ C| week.Tarid JTitiisfs^feible to get ail  rates? ss-ssioa os   3������s������t3������"f   nl^bl.   ^������J *   w_j-^_ _*���������-,, ,4������i_~      , !#������. "    "      " "  dates,ol-^n-r������ev^re subject to ^ea|HL ""        " "  provai of tb&de^-rto^Snt offag-sleol ['���������  tare, who --will be'-supplying tire fudges |  for the different esfelbit*������n& -tia-ongfir:  ing; of his residence from the old Hick-  ey place- to its new location. . Fred  3rowell~s tractor and stump pulling  apparatus "v-re^ utilized   to   good,  ad-  |������ic>������������';������Bwi^^g fall" pastioil^*5-*������^*  Jeffrey Knott has been: making .a.  canvaiss of the "district selling* tickets  for'the high school concert at Creston  on Tuesday night, ^tnd sales, would in-  Varietur Features  out Use province.  Tfe&  j*-.*  sxss  in  a&C���������u*S    Vvi wur^. ww*r -  wish erpgcascd at- the annual -Meeting^  lastm-Jnth, when it was pointed^utT  that aa October fair assures  a. bettor  ana-Bigger ffruit  SseCeV-"  display,  * --- -   .*  while -the  sSg ������Z   llsje? JfSMT  ISEW   !>U������tmUxdufW       -L - ��������� :*;*���������*.-   -~7-        -  . ������    ������   .-^--"i.* *.  (oe otve ������r<H u*->   ������p|*neci*sw5a   ssy-   WW*;,  ladies exhibiting in the cooking-class  -.���������.**A.������t_������4i -^ 7 - ���������- *       -"-  opeslng^iichedule on Monda-gBmorning.  Jonn Strofeef-7ljas .������ landr cleariptf  ^ntfwei o������ t^e E. Btewarfc-fplace, and  ������s-*4i&8^infg  to finish  up before Abe  8ch������-lr-w^ict^*coia-saap  puts  in   an  -^pijgeWance--,- -���������"  'Wi������iA#-  .>'������!  !. fc.  . f-riA  ������a������caa..u^S   -8a.������.fln,A ^-|..������.���������  view hopes *%6 -btS^Sble to ma&e 'av  ft The t������?*chiag- staff and atudents  of tke Hign School, alossg with the  others who are developing the fc*tJ-������  -^^eni thai, wiii tn������esent the ditlferant}  numbers at the High School Liter-  eomj^tste reporc .in.^ois oonneotton  m. ajeHt"wce&*s-issisW' - In towsi the  sentiment; p favor ������f������ viHaije con-  tSnuea to ������-������w, tra^; in the ooiintf-y  tfee recent cut in/^xes. on farm  lands rhtu. -ereaUtd^ lukewar-priness  towaxo a diatrict ntaioicinaiity **������*-*���������-!*������  V-l!"  apy Society eon-oert at- the Or������������d  v--������^������j>  bs.   B**t,i***w*- v-i-i-nriTiiir nwi   ������*������   a *f*|sa--|M  A.rthur Hale !h, the first to commence  stompiog operAtions  In tbi*s_ secEion. pos. rrt,.a<j_^^g nffisiitL  He has been busy for about  &   -jvssefcj-     ... "r"^"' "       , ������      .  and wittt ^ much  moisture in  the n*?"**-.!* conches cm the production  ������k*n-i i������������3a>iiiis  th������ woi-k  *==ith ���������������he N^ 9eis������������S*sa!s ev^ry aftersoon -ssp SsS ���������  minimum of powder.  Many of the  spring  birds are to be  seen ahd'heawlin the CJanvoa area and   ljMrifimit.a.1 Sib tm\~  The8.andinS zomm*At~e������ aas!Sea ������]^^f'������s ^te alBU,5r with,h������rfur  'the president and vice-president wtajSt**8'5811*-7 n������w������ .  J^L.'i   ^MB-^T**.-.'*.'--������0-_������ A.w.12.    __���������4,I_���������_-,   jT^, IIm^    ..���������������������������II.'    Mfi^Bl    1.AVA.  fe*  hold 5*e> ownand-isfeelins; much more | the decasion is m ffitvor of trying to  approved by the dicectors, and a������e aa  follows*- ^ "* %7  - Gi^unds&n-iSnllding8-*0. Jbbn>oti������  cbairmaa;. <DoL Fred : ������-ister, - |fia|or  ������aallandalue9 ���������*>.- O. Stidgerso       *  .'���������  TBlnasatse���������C. ,������. Bennett, chairtnan^  C W^ A18stn������. G. Johnson.  *--*-  ;--.X-  ��������� _., cSaairfusa,  -JEMsa \m*m%~ZX JR  Moun^^ilton- .Tbuns*-  tn connect^o-ct witb the -prijae^Kstvit  was strongly recomnSended Ithat ^tise  enla-rsed ^n "the SadfesVeec^oa^. --������&-*������  tacularly in canned Tg^ods; ,coold|ij||  and needlework."   It- is- possible pie  -S������������AmS9xk ������f-r*-"-i-~   -������m������lll 4^e   A-m^i*area*Jk'*--a9a*������  *��������� - ������������������������������������ ������������������-������������������������������������     ���������- ��������� T��������� -1 ���������������������������-������������������*- -^T-*3���������' e I -  =^5*fcas-     Stta*   " &, ~  Hftflt?d   BsssRife??* "������f 1  v^������������."SAn*|-  W. KC Beacd pollster waa a visitor  feerett>4-i"*Ti5e8day aftfei'noon, when he  ^srehssed \ i, ^gistei^df " Jefaey* ������ow*  from J. W7 VaneEs. *i"ne aoimHi will  bethe-fij^jfetmey to'fio ints* the -so!-  dier settlenientZarea.        ��������� ��������� -  ���������   ' 1..    ^-*J-  v    -      - -  -Seeton^^wavt is taking a-^v-mtage  of the milfl leather to getcn with the}  !^lo ^ueiy watch  A ICK^se aind cae-d*-������a  jriK&aHBer was gueat atai ^^..-1X7-,_--,   -^  -  -ftirjprsgeij^p^l^-ber .ha-^or '^t >fe* | F5t?*!fe"a3rsSfepB������ th-3r*S^*|^bwB;  John BSarsliall hinse  ���������.���������. ^ ^       _ ���������        , j wita^ao I'mgrS -spelt ������f^mild weatiserit  thtMse.f avorinur the ana eelf-ccovern-1 ������������������!> i^ir .M sr ������-������ w-ntn.- ������m'*������������.������������������������������ J  J0|-t3StOJl.F  concert night, and already hs-re developed a proficiency that ma^ea st;  quite eiafe to say that th������ nannart^  willassciredly he the best 16%sl tal-  ������A4Bf *U<  itrrw������*"Mp-[*r.tl 4f  *r*|im mt������41 ~*w������*-rM������v?r������������>l-t'--,  -      J  As sh������&fs without -s.3sfeepnerd.  A ������hig������ wawioeit a.~w6ader  - "IS������e*iln an ������K*S-������*sjs������������li-'.  -  - >  ww|-a������   .czkmv     ������vtn~     *OGUB      SO  , The United Fannere- -have their  March meet-ingf at the schoolhon-***-������**i  Saturday night. It is expected defitt  ite information will, be available from  central to permit of the election, of  1921 officers,  ������^tion^oS-������?*new* 16 as  abea  xTOi,   :-<������e .  1.  5%**M9fW*������  d*ck;  ten>  |as^^wlM^iiat-ge party  ..-on. Friday''ni^ht J ^?5*,������tci������^Jr^5!f*  ky effl^lfilawlit-^A^st^ISS^^  ���������swt.���������.������������������ ^.^^^   |>lX������||l������#fB������g--  mk*- aBEHr nave  aeext  to it that -s-ariety will be a  feature of  the   evening,   the "-pro*  f*-ramxne-including a  piertot elsow^  Sower cotillion^  EaainBisel eBO*-r, -tii������  comedy, "Just My Luck," as well  as  musical jsut-abers.     Particular  attention has been^ >pasd to the eos--  Gofr ^red Xistfrr^^������.P.P., is a. onX>l tnmiaai;* etcs., so that in every de*  in^ shdtwr at Keisoa tbis vwt. ^^-ruMrtanent of the eittertrlnmeat'thc  injroo Monday. ? beat that local fcalent of  tfil tmis ^^^as^srj9sMi*L9  ��������� Aii- the Liater aaen who returaed to  Kloclnmut a couple of ^weeka* -a-go are  wot-aiaj*"steady+,but solar there ,has  1 beexr no -nroi-d etuse -for the Iialw-ctce of  1 the L.istei-tt������������s. to. come back to weak. -  awards will %e made inriihes op^^jtlariiriin^^^r^. sp1e3r>:did *ulppter*sr^ed  cnUd*r-*n;������nd���������rISy������^-ras"?Bs^^8-aiA^ -"  past.   ^Ii������nes-^ie-5rar������-class Is nowJiuiil , -- -"  Wttr-ppnng-- p^wjM'm ������u������ h������  fnmn-1f*  B|C������SC  tberair,  sao?r-^a5&se^|je-s!-s-a������ cleans-**  ���������    ~ " J"-iJ"  Ho n������nre*in loniiu,e-flr?^eeq^oiraSi  'fl^jn^ns'i^M'^i>|ii*^| a *������wn������.   ..  np   -aaean  sbiKt^-eaa famish assy  fess     '     . s  u>-  xu������-vnri[Mo ia������w-;  ������.������-nS& &* OLIO  p.sii fproni^t and it is hoped all will  ^���������^.l be on tiacoe. - A limited ndmber of  brook a few dsys ^e S<ne part of fch^i"reserve seat t^ee^ts-sre to [be-had At  ������������r<*..J*."','';-'/'v*      -  ,^-s. '" :  ' "There^ waVa^fihe^fenrnout and a very  fine time at Use dan������a&?a$r ".lb������5\sfcho^-.  pap^r,'BoJbh*S--t&e-ladj^iSK--rm^  ������a  Me-t^-fb-srshxp tickets.. arev now^ avail-  "Rd"^^-*|S^.  viHittirs in CEnnbroHik's ^sw   dsye the!  early -pare ofvtbVweeSs^ "-" -  -aWe^nd^jec^fealr^  *���������su.ua,, ������e������^n������.o������s1 %^������T*^-^^^xJl^t^n^for    tbe   8  unA^lO.^0  a,������n."  jp-or- too   entt>rounmi*nc on   and Jonnson ai-e-^the oomroittee ������������������ in  charge: and it wil?Hfc*kt- the form of a  whist and dance, with the n>ual raffle.  Th������-objectsv--; is. $100 to wipe ,jtsut a.  note that has been given to pay-tbe  balance ql interest due on the 1923  payment on the fair'.grounds. ,  Cups previously donated by ������*- nnsa  j Church of England services  on  Sun-  J-kUC^-S A*LrN &A11 B m\r������  of  LIVE STOCK  I have been instructed to eell  ". by Public Auotion at  McCrsaffi's Bi-B, Creston   -Jt*  Miss Si Uriel Knotty teacher, -waira at  her h������iuie at Ciinycm Gity for the  weekend* and -was  aecompanled vh*f  Mrs. Martin.      *       .--'-   "- -     - -_^-.  . Santos PaacVizzo was a business visit?  ora.t Oreston- Saturday.  -, Bupt. Ktctt-was here on an offlciat  visit, on Wedne day and Thur������day  Jast. < As y t' there is  no announce*.  on  55JL-,  ment as fill work belhgf  continued at  the "Landing this' epring"������. --^^  ' Mr. and Mrs., ftorth and Mr. and  lira. Lnaeby we:*s-Su������deiy vn������it������������rt- aft  Buskanooh. The rond*. Is ready for  auto tiitfflc right, now and ' Soral ' car  owners will be taking out their licenses in a. few. days  Mrs. Jones was bete from Kus-kan-;  oofc on Tuesday, en rt>ute to Creston  to meet her brother, Mr. McNeil,, who  baa just arrived fr������>m Newark, N. .12, iwill be feeling her oldtime self.  W^,~Mt������^*"<t������F^?was a week kpA Visitor  -*Mtb*f-fiends in Cranbsliok, -*etnrni������g  on Txtewiiiv.   * ;���������   '       - : "  Charlie "SoUe-fil". wW is working at  Kitchener, was a weekend '���������isito-r- at  bis home here.  ' JTtw youngsters wills rise a half hour  earlier comtnencin'? Monday when the  school atart8 on the 9 o.m. Opening  hour. ^ "        '  ErfaUaon should be* well represented  at the High School concert in'Creston  onTuestlay nighty.aajithere has been  quite a heavy sate of tickets here.  'There was quite a turnout ftom here  for tbe Inst tute whist .drive a*-Creston BViday- nivht. with Miss Brander  buceeasfnl in bringing, ||ome' second  prize at cards.*  The condition of . Mrs.- D. H. Linn,  who was severely hurt In "a runaway  mishap at Creston almost two weeks  ago. shows considerable improvement,  but It, will be some time yet before she  U1-*  at TWOp.m. Prompt  t *  15 Head of Cattle  from 2 to 0 years old  -     including FOUR J^RSBYS  inclvtdicij-r 2 Work Team*.       >  A-a  and will make an extended   stay with  her. j  At Kuskauook 1024 planted lettuce  Is now well above "the ground at the  Jones-Jansen ranch, and unless ������������* un������  ej-pectttd frost happens along M-tyor  Daly and t,he other local Irish will be  able to eat aa well us wear something  real green on St. Patrick's Day.  Mrs. W. D. Touhey ia.a patient In  tbe hospital ut Cranbrook at present,  where she underwent an' operation for  appendicitis   on    Friday" last. -   Mr.  IToMfeey, who nectraBjmnled her^ e-*-������me  home on Sunday, and very latest reports ate that she Is' -recovering nicely.  Tlie fli-qt utoUvrlnUt tit reach Blrdar  went through on 'Handay., .lIn"taio  party was road auperinlondont J. D.  MooreofKaalo who, along with Ollia  Harrl������, was en irovitw to Kuwkanoolt, to  e-camiue the., roatl. ,'ialo that towu.  Buikior' fcHitilita 'that the',. redd will be  continued on through to Butt well tula  year. ...������,. .,--.���������" - '*���������  <?eo, HVndreii of Creston has* been  here for some day* p������st< fitting Up un  office section In the Staples Pruit  Oompany wuietmuse. It will' be the  office quarters of frutnairt. Palmer Ac  Stiiplrs. as well us of Manager Staples  of Creston Growers, T..������U������-lted,, Until  the odds and ends of 1038 buulnewi ia  cleaned upi  *  *   '"^    "~7%-|-h;affld *Ne   Des**6������^itft:t---ii*^;  chestrs^ r After -taking ca*re  of ^mec  expense there-'was 9?������90 of  a   balance  to turn into the ^general   revenues  o;  the Water scho*H.        -.        "._ *   - ���������,  "��������� -= -, "-        * - ������������������ * ^  -; Rev. G. Kstam will tss here or Suss-*  <day    for the. usual   SJnstsd   pSsssrch  ^nornin'g sesvsce at theschoolhousei  The |������ejp>bers off tbe United Faa-mers  are i&o operating again this year in* the  purchase of jumping poivder, and al  ready-there are- orders   booked  for at  east twenty ctpMe.      -   .   - -        * *    ^  Geo. Niblow is. making great headway these days with a&umplng worft,  and at the clip he is maintaining this  month It will not be long; before ~ he  has uioai of pis tWnuty ^ acres" feuncr*  lie came in Ittat, fall from SasJsa.tcb*  ewau, purchasing the former. At&lns  place from the trS.B.  .Frank Baker" hi being blamed for  tbe recent drop from .-45 to 40cento a  dozen for eggs. Hie White Leghorns  are doing,great work at present, the  best showing being on Friday when  he got 25 eggs, from his flock of 9ft  biids. " He is also a IflSSR " newcotsus7,  and is working the old'Wet-tot* place,  which he ptwehased last summer.  j&s*fkttte&*)fe "  ^-nn^Jfc^nawch-ljaB -Sams** mgmSB  75 cents, with m general admiesio&  charge of ^eenta, -and .aoiiool chil-  v>**  Jeqai-MnetttCfor-tfe- Q&as&skskmvs, asad  botb eai tiie sooro of ^mA^mg a -goeS  work ������������ well as being weilentei-  tained the *ooh-oei^de������rn*������9 a liberal  The wives of  tine shareholders ia  Cranbroo4*s eo-operative store haree  |usi < organised    themselves ��������� into   a"  w-omant^anxdia-ey.   Once it gets well  under-way the store will not need very  much hewspe-per advertising apace.  The Herald rejoices exceedingly because *������t the recent W.M.S. convention  in that town the banner, fo* "the beat  Mission Band in the Kootenay Bound- ->  ary was awarded the Cranbrook children's organi-mftian, who amongst  other things gathered in 9232laat year..  HWllg.jS8#BHWiB^--|.BB q5^9B9B?9h8  A Crsnbrook cltiswn saw a Ihiok of  f|ijj������|n.y|g|������     a|j   Miit,m   n# - ^Mkgi ���������' und  E^*** f"w*t*0!'n**rtb'over that city two  mm^T^'r^mLxt    J%!!!!L .%.^TTL.^,.Li.  weeks sgo and the Courier taken it as  under, uab.-   Over that Amount  ,. ���������,._��������� mt��������� wm ^M,Mm, .:*,������������������ ^ **...������*������.  Six Months* Credit on approwod  *rs*T* y������ro-r: ;���������*���������--*��������������� ���������.;-������:-��������� --.-,.-j-:-, *.-.-.  lidnt notML "impiiwi--  dictions for and ���������gainst'.an early sea*'  * mitt   made   by   the,  town's  sqiiad   of  J. F. HOSE, Auotlonoor. ' weather gueatK-m.  v . ^ .      Olii Hiaa-������i rived hcts tflJu-csl Sz<azz  Sweden on Saturday, and w ill make  an i-������xtehded visit w Ith bis* daughter,  Mm. Axel Bergren.    l\.-.\v';'.:' ���������"  Miss Muriel Knott,, who '.la ''teaching  at Sirdar, was home for the week eno%  and was accompanied by %Mra. Mikrtln  of that town. ..       . . m'"\,,...  Andy Wlckuolm.   -who   has 'been  forking for   Puwlaon-Biiiw������������,.r Xttd.,_ at  ttl^eheiQeT for the'. pH������t":r!'feW!:'!.rn'ototb*.i  has returned homt*. nnd U getting  ready-to'commence ' spring;, work  on  the'Taofsb*.-...        .. .',';";''���������'���������';������������������'*',  ';'���������"'" .  - , tThe C O. l|odg������r������ k^auiu have bad  Saturday Night'* Shorn  The old Went, the West of *1&, wlih  Its boom ' days,   fight, days,   days  of  rontance, have been  brought. to life  again by Edwin Oat-ewe, the  director  of "Mighty Lak a Hose," In ttU new  production,  "The Girl of the 4Qoldon  West.1*   It is from the fanious play by  David Belasco which proved aarnsa-  liuo thk okBtf'iuua- XL** caaa.:ry.   t*o *p������-^>  ulnr did It prove that when no-vsllaed  the sale of  the  hook   mounted  Unto  many,' hundreds' of thaus-tndo.  ..' Vim.  ctnl������, the' emlnen t''. com' poeet^'" wrote  nnusiefor the vehicle' ''and: presented it  onthe operatic 'stage, with Ctymeo In  ..the'''loading   role,' ������s'the -flwit' -real  Aro&atea-fii- op^a*. \ t"'       '"'..'  -' It la -w story. off' love and &&rdshl[M  danger uml  saorSuoii,  -and oau tains  ever conceived in a dvamatlst** sslind.  As 0. hiattei- off fact, tha play has born  used for many years as' a standard of  plot con������l4ptw>6lotii.' ���������'������������������  ftt% hm urn** to 'mm " ���������*T8-#i GlirS of Hie  in the  Parish Hall  ot THHEE ftm.  Every Wednesday  ffX03Sfi  MARCH 5th to  i-virryiiLi 9111  lurciiUSivB  iCkmim^ ana Bwsng a  ���������**&<.'., WW    ,.mmu>mii     m mi\ihmmi  Aadrescfta will be fpiven  -as follows:  .99  the ''grader  nt' work,   on  the ' v-oads  -thtough-here tWa week tvying to|m������|ao)A(Ufe w^tT^Ithair-her" nnforKet-  tfa������n������' lo better ahMive fo������ naulling; j m<^lt ||raIIM| ^d ���������mmVXLt at. the Grasad on  A ��������� Spencer line completed the mnv-1 Satwrday-  '^SUM^^^mmmmmwtmmlmmmWmmmi        STB .*-.~mjS\XMmmm. ���������mMmmt       ^L\.\W\W^m^..jmMi .mSfmm\ *  s^iiiiiiiMrg: rarrwng vvowus  l������*������ssyc*8 S������������������aJiS Cttftt 'Jffur C^sftt*  itmmmmt i.,^ .   .��������� mm m> <.mm mm*.w.w������w    Hw ww.....  VWWfc f 9--T9m VinmanJtJu, fruit  Match 26���������SonoiO Twi+tJlaJo&.  April 2���������In Union m Simngth.  April 9���������I31hImanJIJoal o//-Yd3*er.  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s"l' '���
t-S'3 .
Stops Coughs, Colds
due is iiifTO
bi a Night
Think of a medicine so heaiing, so
balsamip and antiseptic that every
trace of cold and
soreness goes before
it. ���
ZONE" is so certain
in catarrh, bronchitis, that every
. case is- r-e 1 i e v e d
Experiment no longer���success ia
guaranteed ?i�� you use " C AT AltRHO -
ZONE���a veritable death to catarrhal
diseases, because it -destroys their
cause and remedies their, effects.
Delightful and simple to use, Quick r
to  act, sure in results.      Better get*"
CATARRHOZONE today.    "Large size,
sufficient for two months' treatment,
price  $1.00;   small  size  60c.      At all
'druggists/''   Refuse   a  substitute  for
"Something- like that, I suppose."
he admitted. "Conditions are none
too good now, i know, but one of these
days the world will settle down to
work again, and w-ien that happens
���we'll have the best chance that any
people ever had to develop the country
sahely7 and. normally.
''���' ''T&1re\:0'   """'" ' "   ""   '
that    every-" quarter section"
-"vere^akenTup, and. that .people were
our^-viriirdistri-et,-"""or example.
CATARRKOZdNB.      By    mail    from
TheCatarrhozone Co.. Montreal. < .
in .one place ;l��ng enough to matce���a
real home. From all that I can ��see
there is no better .place for ��� uaised
farming and If we had some -way of
marketing our produce in an efficient
and economical manner, instead of in
the hand-to-mouth way that is forced
upon most of 'us now, we would soon
find ourselves able to afford good
roads and. fine schools and comfortable
houses. , Just now Dave1 Wilson is
making a good thing out of It, but I'm
darned if anyone else; fa!
''There's Macleod , noi-r. He���has
been all over the West in tne last ten
years and he tells me that it is the
same  everywhere,  the people  in  the
P>*T"*   "t-o--i *** ffr g-~; t*��
UULtCJ.     rUTA*.
W��men!  Dy^t..Faded
Things New  Agaisa
Dye     or    Tint.   any.   Worn,     Shstbby
Garment or Drapery
I Itom A.��-ts*J IK
;|;|;'in   k ������ > ��� .��-
Bach 15-cent package of "Diamond
Dyes"  contains   directions   so  slinple
that any yvoniiaii-; can .dye pr tint any
old, worn, faded thing new, even If
she hps never- dyed before. < Choose
any color at drug store.
ec" on Jean having aa easier tinae than
her mother had, and I guess I think I
know better than the L.ord_ what will
he gooj-1 for her-"   ,       - *���
,  <To be continued)
- vijr
ASber&st ployer Seed
It 5---I-5 sjspeigted" ihit sss-u ��>,vhv
poh'uds of'Atla'swede clever seed will
be tturcshed; hi'Alberta"-tMg ypa-r= This,
is a hardy clover'developed at the University 'of Alberta/ it does not winter 'as some varieties are apt to do."
My Canada,'1 and otacr
. Stories
.Published "���>;,
-with th��-t Author
. (Continued)
He had touched one point on which
X was prepared to speak.
.."Don't you think that a great deal
of'.that contact is so superficial that it
does more harm than good?" I asked.
"Of course I have missed my friends,
and that feeling of being close to the
whole world.      But, after all, I have
done more  reading here than I ever
did before, real reading, not just newspaper headlines that "faded in a day.,
And I have had more genuine joy out
��f-my Oreig and Brahms and Beethoven here than if I had left them on the
bottom shelf and gone to hear some
one else play, or listened .to a grarao^ generation.'
phone recoi"d...;, I love Mrs.. Mowbray
and Jean and Mrs. Garsdale and Mrs.
Fenwick and- Jim and the Severns���-
and "when.-we'.are .'rich we'll ��have. our
city friends out for houseparties, and
we'll 'run up  to  town  for the opera
season' the way people do in books.'-
Murrfiy did-/not seem;. finite satisfied.
"you are such a .good pretender,"
he said, quoting Nicolas, "how-am I to
know that you are not just trying to
please-me?" ������     7 "   i
' Then of course-1 told him thatThe
was a conceited boy-���I am afraid that
we are not always very sensible���-but
that as he seemed so sure of his i?osi-
cities; paying two prices for
eggs and meat and vegetables that !n.
many eases -are imported from the
States, while the farmers either can-
spot, or. will ��� not, take advantage*- of tho
markets'- close at hand." - .
''Do ...you.;���:remember that hook .we
read about the co-operative dairy
farming in Denmark?" I asked." "If
we could have something of-that sort
here it would he -fine, wouldn't it?'"
"Something"-like it,""Murray agreed,
; reasons.     -In the. first place, distances
] are so great here  that one must al-
8 ways keep a watchful eye on the *over-
. head' pr transportation costs will run
E   away with the profits.     And another
II thing is that we' are not so weii organ-"
[ ized socially as the people of "Europ6.
None of "us reaUy want to hand down,
from father to son, even a model dairy
farm with - thoroughbred cows, or a
poultry ranch with hot and cold water
laid on, and a dating stamp for every
hen. .���'���'"-��� ,
"What we want is to work hard-"for
a few years, malce-money enough .to
place, our,, children in the professional
class, then sell out to someone who is
just beginning and move to tlie Okanagan or Victoria to end our days. No
one 'stays put' except from necessity.
"I honestly believe that one of the
best things for this country would be
to entail farm lands so that the old
home would stay in the family from
to generation. There'd
always be surplus sons and daughters
to take'"up-'other lines-of work, hut
there'd he the old home for an anchor,
something to cheek this everlasting
shifting and, changing.
��� "We do no't like it when someone
tells us that there are no Canadians,
but how often do >ou find one of us
who has the feeling of social and poll
ed to what'they had to say, and then
kept our*own counsel.        \ -
After the roads were dry Mr.^fac-
leod came often to see us, sometimes
alone on his bicycle, sometimes with
Mrs.  ci*��vR��?��ifl- in ?.*-���. Wilson's  Ford,
JRJ.& S.      ^J,
,e* in
B.C. Potatoes Wtn aft Spokane
At the Paciric  North "West Potato
��      f
show: held" In Spokane, recently, British
Columbia exhibitors scored all prizes
in the certified seed' miscellaneous
class and-carried off-several prizes in
other classes.        -    -   -   -
V7~ J* ���'I*|jBI'ir^| H'rC
/   ^t''i t|;@ *"i?q s *
tion I might as well adxiiit that -while
and sometimes he stopped at Mrs
Mowbray % and 'coaxed Jean to join
hfm. - Ete' and' -Murray had a great'
deal in .common and for that -season,
if for no other, I was always glad to
see him. However, I liked him for
himself, too though it was sometimes
difficult to keep relations from -becoming strained when lie and Jim Cameron happened to visit us at the same
Mr. Macleod was not the sort .to
Wear Lus lieart- on his sleeve, hut it
was not long until I was "satisfied that
it Jit* -iv-ei*e f-esMiitifr towards . matrimony���and I was not at all sure that
he was���Phyliis Carsdale and not Jean*
Mowbray was the cause. Jean, I
suspect, thought so too, for she and
Mr. Macleod were tho best of friends
in that impersonal way that ineans so
much. Jim and Mrs. Mowbray, however, thought otherwise. And what
Mrs. Carsdale thought no one knew.-
At times we lived7 in a verit"able Comedy- of Errors.
could not blanie her for enjoying the
restful company of Mr. Macleod when
Jim was so unreasonable. He, poor
lad, was too young and too impulsive
to hide his feelings, while at tlie same
time he .did*not consider himself free
to "speak up like a man," to use his
own phrase, while he was in so unsatisfactory -a condition financially.
The" result was that while ho could
not keep away from Jean, nor look at
anyone else if she were" present, slie
had nothing definite to go on. And,
fond of hini though she undoubtedly
was, I could see that she was far from
happy. if it so happened that they
met at our house when we Jiad no
other guests they were like two children,    unquestioningly    content    with
Girls!   Hair Grows
"   Thick and Beautiful
35-Oent   "Danderine'4    Does   WondeFS-
for LIfe'ess,-; Neg Fe��ted Hair
A gieaniy rfiass
'Jit.    KIIavi ActaMv.    iacuLfc
"full of gloss, "lustre and life shortly follows" a gen-
g*hg V?">B^e?!s! herbal halni ��n�� fat-
Juries A -iltlB dlMCM. SOcaU o��nta*a>
Manitolba Goo*i Roa^s    ���?
wispy or fading hair is" quickly Invigorated, faking on new strength, color
and youthful beauty.   . '"Danderine" lse
delightful on the hair; a, refreshing,
stimulating , tonic���not .sticky- or
gre a sy!      Ally' drug -store.
Registered Seed
lit a, preliminaiy repovt, the secretary of the  Canadian  Seed' Growers'
Asociation makes the -following estimate of tlie.market supply,of registered and No. 1 seed:  Wheat, 264,014
bushel:*;, on 12,612 acres* oats,
bushels, on 8.56Q acres; barley,
bushels, . on    33G    acres;   corn, 4,3-60
bushels, on 336 acres,     *Fhe>great inilk
oE this seed was produced in Alberta
and Su"skatchew-tn.
Brandon District Taking a L.ea*-iing
Part . In Construction and '
- Maintenance: -
That the development"of ��ood rc-r.*ls
in* Manitoba, and particularly in the
Brandon district, , has made rapid
nine toning up of' strides Twithia., the past tliree years
neglected . scalps1 -^ag emphaiszed -vfhejk over one hun-
wtth dependablo
Falling '  hair,
in*>    ��*��*^*i %���**.    ^^r*-\ ft
i la    S3%**mUkfj   -kcjlLu.
the - dandruh:    is .Manitoba- in
con-ected Immedf:!
ately.    ThSn.- dry.
........       .         B*n-n*��*r*-*.rt-i-��r*      wft4T-iAww-)^ '""rt f
Brandon for the District -Association's
1?n rth.
Tflfli.    0��vri-<s
greater favor with tlio
travelling public and. in this respect'
the district surroundiug "Srandon is
taking a leading part in th6 eone'truc-*
tion and" Maintenance of good high-
End Stomach Troisble,
'tical responsibility that the best typo I eafh others company and .apparently
of English  landwher has?      I'm not1 ^^ nothing further.      But it  Mr.
Macleod came in Jim would first ef-
I might have sonic natural ppeferendes
In the choice of an ancestral estate I
had no insurmountable^ objection to
living in either Patagonia:or- Green-
, land, provided I might choose my company. .'���..-��� "
"But," I added, seriously, "we are
ancestors, and our first duty is to the
��� children. They must be educated
and given a chance to make the beat
of their lives. We can't have the advantages of both city and country so
we must try to choose whichever one
will bo b'-st for us all in the long run.
would not it bo. nice it Canada were
*"* like England, where one can live in
��� tho- country and sr��>": -never bo really
out oi touch with rhe things of the
city? But Canada Ls too big and too
young and too thinly settled'foe (hat
as yet."
"Yea." agreed Murray,'" w- are f?fclll
In the' pioneer stage, though our sophisticated editors are afraid or
aBhamedto admit it. As .to. ilio chlL-
���lren'-i *-��Iuc<-tw-n, that in the real problem. Gagnon was tel'ltxig me yesterday that, next fall ho. L* gf>Ing to send
his young.'"*.��':r."i to j-'pruce- Creek to
KChool. They, will drive i;hct-j*-<.'lv->*'
back and' forth mortihi'g arid ij^lghf.���
not the best yjo-ss-iblo p.yrti.erii, but whnt
t-.Jpo criU-'ho do? 'Tliei--'.�� '��!*- so few
fthittlr-'.-n in the. rii.-ighborJio����d tliat unless new iHJ-opi*.- move in w��i arty not
likely *o have a #.oliooi n��ir ut* Cor
Komo ttme."
My liC'ii-f. :x\n'ic. I would a.(- .soon
have had Jfiv. t..'Tt.r:v-i**.""<-- '���������ni'li ttuport
and Nicolas :im anyone I knew, but to
have. ,Diem awuy ��� i'l-oia \\l>~: all, day
long.    .   ,    .
"Perli'i.fta wo ;-��� hn 11 mnfva^e ro have a.
fiehool" of our nw*n by ih.-- Unt.< the
twlnr* are ready for l��," I <--a��d. ''"If
the Atkinson* h-jII. ;umI to t.h-- rii*l'i.
���sort oi' p��iOple, we ni--y |jt; uida to lilt
m a (-choolroon*.      And frit������r on. .    . i of l��>n'j,j -iko.
"I-atitv.on."  Muriiiy  |r��i.:-n-��ip*ed,  "if* \ <>lo:-:.:   to   iu��:
tuny waci.1. t��> ho    awuy     n>
-I. He 11'
finance-i, und I have"--!* id> ;i that in ;���,
f��iw yi'ar.-:  .vuu  will   i:ee ;t v��.-.ry differ
i-nt I i'.'i i UiKl.��'ir.s ilui*--.' ;.u.l a, k-i.v  din'
iV-nrnt s-ipruo* Crcfik."
"A i>uvv iUi--'''.;'uu.i��7v" t iii..k*���:���(.!.
MuiTitv h��Uf.;l'niil.
advocating a narrow parochial outlook, but What does a man care about
th-i way Wiitniiveg is being financed if
he thinks of moving to Saskatoon the
next year,-and then-perhaps to Edmonton three or four years later?"
"Hicase," I. bagged, a;* Murray pain"-
ed for breath, "if you.talk like"that
much Johger I'll feel small enough to
lose myself in a crack!'*
And then, and thorn I- promised myself that if ..Murray wished to stay on
the fa mi I would never breafTTe an oh-
face himself in,the most conspicuous
manner and then when" Jean.,- girl-lfke,
endeavored to show Mr. Macleod that
he-was not altogether.unpopular, ho
would positively glowei*. ' Perhaps if
I had been older tho affair would have
seemed qniy funny, but as it was I
could not help but feel sorry 'for the
children..* _ \    ^
.^.Tean. did not talk, but Jim did. And
so did Mrs. Mowbras*. And to judge
by what each of them confided /"to me
-    T��_7    rfV.   \ . �� ��!_
v��& ur jHnigesuui!
rrPape,a��� Diapepsitf* is the quickest*
surest relief- for    indigest��oii9    gases.
fi��� _ n   llatulence,   lioartburn,   sourness, - ,fer-
���" jx���"*���'5y! mentation^or stomach dists'esa caused
'. 17,025   by  acidity.     .A few tablets  give almost     immediate     stomach   - relief.
Correct your- stomach  and  digestion
now .for a few cents.     Druggists sell
IntereBfeing.Btoraes For* Youbg Talks
Published   By$ Permission Thomas "Allen,   Publisher    '
"I   CAN'T BE  BOTHERED!"   - \
���r>id vou e^-r 1-ion'r am- crtrE or boy t    A lot of ghis and boys nov-er thiiak
s'ay that? " it lialf as much  a 'bother to bother
about some peopl*3 outside aa they de
jection, not oven if I had io teach the! Jean must have had a-cheerful  time
children myself. ��� and if Fords and
3'JeIco plants remained only a pleasant
dream. ���- There was nothing left tor
hie but to <-uote "Ruth as I had "quoted
her before, oneo on that August day
neax'ly seven years ago and again
when the doctor told me that Murray
couhlTnot safely live in the city..        *
.���--^    ,     ,"    "     '
��� ���      -. '        i . ���
May jutssed-and June came, a wonderful .lune oi hot days and long cool.
evening--, ol! grain growing as if. by
magic and of "smalc^fowlos maken
melody o." Writ ing as .'t sun now in
the d'-pth of wfiit('r ,1! can Teel.tlio- heat
of thoBe bxisy days, can s<*e tlie grain
waving in the In-ooze and the musses
of'wild roses I hat od-jed e\;ory Hold
and roada'hle, can hear the tinkle of
cow-hells in the evening, and breathe
again the pungent, odor oC the
"smudges"* that we Jit at mllklng-tlmo
i.o drive away tho mosquitoes.
SI ace I used to vinit CoUsiii Margaret when I wii9 a child I havo nevor
heard :i cow-bell without hestring also
tho swlnh of -Toamy milk singing
ngnlnj-T. a tin pall, and f-melling again
i.Ju*v j-mol*.-- around which the cows
gathered. ��� __ .
Murray nayu that I havo "a speciitl
memory In my-nose 3
Clur: cowa wore* never Car from homo
find :��, boll was not,a jiecosslty, but I
; bought:  a doon-toned  one  for. Cardu
;>nd ecu-h evening ji�� I! heard it I could
ffiel   arjiyHoll" rtgiidn the: Margaret Ann
Alotliei'   fteemed   very
between them
"Jim is a nice boy/f^VTr8- Mowbray
would say,, "but he is only a hoy, and
I   tell   Jean   that she is just wasting'
h'er-iinie on him. ' ��� ���'���: ������.*-. .,      ���-'���'
. '.'it's little that he'll ever have to
oi'l'ei^any woman, and inore than that
���Cor I'd not have a daughter of mine
marry for money���I mistrust that, redhead of his. He'll he off and on many
a .time., before he settles.- But Jean
is not'like that, since she was a bit of
si child she. has beeii set in her ways
'���maybe.you'd not think it when she
is so quiet on tho outside���and if once
she sets her mind on Jim Cameron It
1 is  little  her  Mother  or anyono olSo
could do to change it."'
I murmured - something noa-commit-
tal aa ���Bympathotlcully ha I could/and
MrR. Mowbray continued.
"It isn't  that I  havo, auythihg  In
particular   agaiust    tho lad himself/''
j-he explained, "i.here areiVt two nicer
young fellows in the countlyshlo than
him and Boh. ���   But I've always' count-
In  thoae early  Rummer
i,on��l*it-.rf.o I dnj/h', perhapt; bocaUHO 1 wnfi trying to
ir edueatfon perluiji^ j-ou can go I do for my ehll-b'en wlutt who had dene
-,h tlniu.   _ Tl-;it i.* i-aly ;.. niatter ot | for   u\f,   perKapn    li<-caii��e     Murrny'tt
wIhIi t<j jituy on tlio farm had unnnl>
tlod un- nnd nmilo iiiu feel tho lined of
h<-r  wl,-:(Juia riu-l t-jr��ipn.t]iy.
So far an wo ounjolvori were rtoii-
fiorned tho r.tirly pi-rt of the minihior
whi" iiin'-v>'i��M'iil.. Tin* wo Honnifll to
li;rv<* l��vt>ii"rlit -villi ��a i���� 'I'"T<*t*rInp"to'n'ft
Jl����r'��i a. peouliur I'aokUly for betiOltklliK i
��� -ntiirigli'-d In ��>iiii��' ii^'fi.'Ulio.i'rt* uffali-.i timl
I uho��3 to nay lo Muri'ity .Ihiit 1 could
iiysujj-Kiib.i- wiili 'I'll'* ui��i vv'oiiuiu Wiio
LivHit j rt: Jt Htu*-��. Hud Mi rimy and 1
b<.��.-n o{ i.ri-k K'��Hhi->|��"ii-,; kind wo <'m"ihl
lii'tvn oia^o n. I'j'oal <3��*4�� 1 of li'niilih*,
but wo nwi-i-o loo ,tU; jr mio i��j*i viiuiili
HiU'^i up *.vik.ii our ova *-oiw ��� run lot
iinyr.hlni' of iln.it .(ill. V'.'�� ino-kHy
r.-..!!v.'.-��;. .1 i. >:������".   ,, ,   ,:,   .    ,    ..,   , .7.0.1*.
........i,jB, j^,^^.!f#.,.*y;!.C|:l	
In the trccttrinent of lull tilcin iriiwi-
ilonM h����he fcedy ���with Cutlcura
your* and hot witter, dry b*-"1-**** *���*<*
��ppfy Cutlcum Ohument io the affected porta. AJwuyis include the ex-
qulBhrty ��c*nted Cu��lcui�� Talcuw
in ya��r toilet prep-triitlo-nn.
3...TC*. U].tm.**M.��iM*. TtU'MaZ'k. Sold
t.*��i>-i-, l-UH.J. 3U St. V��m.St., W., MwlW*l.    I
W��r C:k.Hr.��* ,Sn��w�� ��^-.���������� wClbttU* mum. B
II III I.   Ml- III      ���     ��� ���    :     n.    1  ��� I''���* .������".",'���"���""�����""��""
"Sonny, g6 and do tliat little job,
will you?" "Oh, I can't bo bothered!"
"Johnnj-. your sister Mary is having a har<I time with her home work.
Go and see if .you can help her." ""Oh,
I pan't be botlier/ed!"
A load of firewood \vaa dumped at
ihe back gate and Billy, who was lying"
kickingiip his heels on the porch In,
. the .sun, was asked to1 go and pEle. .spnie,
of it'in the cellar. "Oh, "I-can't he
bothered-. - Wait till B>ad"cpiri.<?B home,
hfatlltfdo it'" '.- ,,:-.;.    ,7 ...       -   ���.:7
���: The next door neigbour had a siclt
baby; and Nellie was asked -to go. to
tho drug store for something. Now,
Nellio really loved'babies and she was;
si good"kittle kiddie; usually; but ahe
was busy on some ribbons oho was
fl-sing for herself-1���so busy she forgot
to shut the gatfflQn: gate and that fox
came in ard bit one ot the flowers -oft
her soul, and she.., safid, ''Oh, don't
bothev mel ** *
My, girls and hoys, you let that'fox'
looso in your ���garden, and. he'IE make
nn awful mess of-it3      He'll chew up
the loveliest thing and leave a wreck!
,   l"f ho  gets abroad in tho hbmo'or'
tho church or tho city, or floc3-ety, holL.
ruin things without a doubt.
1. If everybody Batd that: nothing
ever would ho done to help amy brfrty,
thin poor old world would ho left bo
-that nono of us would want ,to Hvo iu
Of course, I know there ia a. 10't of
'���'bother"' that* wo shoukt not bother
with���tho "bother": that youm*, mother
mennB when ahe says. "Stop 'bothering
the baby!"���tho "bothor" that means
tenBhig, and vexing aiud uunaylng, Bind
making yoursolE n nitlsaiico. ������:'..
Hut' think where you wonld'iiavo
been if your mother airtT father had
never bothered" over you.
Think, of where, ihe -world would
have been if all men. and women had
refused to bo bothered about ltB hia-
tovy. It .would havo had u�� herocuv
no author a, aud no l^ad-jffi, And, what
wo call history would have Biecn ,po*>
foot moaal   . "      -
It la hocauso savag-ifi-do in-ot hothoi-
that wo have tho dark plac-es where
the 'snlsalbnavy kocb and hotheTs. hlfl
nowl to help; and !f lie -51 d m>t, there
would ho ttoprogreBH: ami if ho .novel*
had, gone, you and I wouhS BtilL ho
Huvagosl' s     ������   '.
Whenever you arc touiptcDd to nay,,
"Don't bother naol"���JuM ircmember
and he i?;lad that it waa botiioThlft
nbout ililngn Kave you 1:iom.o and
frieiula uud r.chool�� and it'll that malteH
your ih'o worth whll��)-I
2.   Thero   in   iiuorlii'i*   r-uo^r   rhllngft
to' bother about people 3n their owst
homes. tSoihe boys,, and girls too,
can be ass. sweet as an" ail-day sucker
when some other lady asks them to
go a message, and as- sour as a dose
pf vinegar when theLr own mother
wants -something done I
..���"Oh, yes, dear Mrs.,.Smith, it will
ho no trouble nt all. to take -that letter:-to the post. : I'll'gladly go\" .������".-
"Oh, confund iti Motherr �� I can't
*db that! I wanted to go down to the
pond to skate!" -���������
Girls and boys! TDon't say,"I can't
(be. Mthored !^*   . 7*^ ?.*���{' \    -"V: - ���������.'. -
Bothering for other's' is. the bliss of
life!    ',  ' .. """���   ''
If you want to be happy, aid som<i-
oue to-day!
.mi I if ����� ini-.r
'WnurKBbmti^ Successi
A dlatliiKuIahed citizen, lioniir^a
potltlcall]/ and profer-alpnally- Dr. K. V.
Plorcp, whoffc- plcturo uppottira atwsv-a,
matlo a success few havo equalled.  Hla
jiuro horbal "wmcdics-whl.ch.'lia.v<- ftitKA
thoteafc far fifty years aro f-tlll amouis
! thQ':��bc!at: eellors.**. TOkK ^loirco'a' Goldora
Medical Wscovoif-* la a. blood modtcln^
and fltomach alterative. Ifc clears the
Bkln, "bcauftltlca lb, inci-oaacfl tho Woad
���ftttpjily and, tho circulation, and ptmpks
and cfuptJbrts vani&li flulcldy* Boiiui"i'
1n lint Riiiw'dwsi tii��l p-oo-1 blood I�� lx>
noath Iboth. iJor your blood to bo good,
your atoKoach must be In condition, yow.jr
Uver active. This ^Discovery of Boot��>f
Picrc��,'a pula you tuiiiu-c<jo-"Hlur., wltSi
all th* orBftnfi active. Ask your n��<wr-
m% di-uffglwt for Doctor PlcrpCs Ooiaftni
Modteal Discovery, h. tablet or liquid
farm, oi flftud 10 oontis for trial p&cha-s**
oi ta"bl��ia;lo l>r. Pierced Laboralocy
5s;   l"ri--1--^-Tir��,,  Oniwn,
.. -!
���mmus-:; ���*�����*���<
>mmi^mwmmm���� m<*.wmrm*vmm*m>*<mmimmm*mmn n i ���' i.iiiwiiii--wi<Mifflwi����t<ii^*^i|iitiifc)i'^
Kt'rt* .' s.  l-~>  rnuri"     -r>vr"-rrT-irnn*r    " rik>TPG!n-tr\>T  AH, H3J       JLtOli ltaxi,t- f      ' -WJH/JLMX.S jl. vi.*-������  T3������  i"1  ������&1 f#.l-.l-f iHlil  i  W^T> H&jPPESiNGS  BRIEFLY  ml  j  o*-  known  &U Over* ������&riadd  rOr- t/X>ng iiic5i?iv-;j|  ye&ra. If b&5 setl  and mekinfeiihtad f be |  steiid&rd for goods!  I of its ,e1&55,: Jfs  dse 15'incr^s.5tng  daily foecaase ;pE  -1"��������� llO   Duti^iw, ij\ju.iy  aind   universal  satisfaction   *  *Pafe food insures  1 good-health ~  EBI * v/������"4vj-v^1        ������ i *******��������� -*j v  -ss *   * <*-��������� _  _ _t  toou  The. Vatican has Issued a .denial  published reports of its intention to  establish" a wireles-s broadcasting" sta-  MLU.U.  "^ Mini a B. ArbucMe, wife" of Roscoe  "���������"Falty" E. Arbuckle, was granted a  divorce on the grounds of neglect to  provide and desertion.  , The little town of Elirminy, near St.  Etie-nne, in "France, has-the distinction  of being the first community'-to form  an "unhappy married men's club." 4 "  w emends Ailments  Caused py is egieet  Proper ^Treatraent Will Qulekly  Bring  Back  Ro&ust, Health .  *    -   arid Good Spirits  tkaMfi  atase  ,   I  <3  Women are,on-*the whole more sick-*  ly than men/ One reason is that-  their system is more- complicated;  another,and more important reason  is, they put off measures of relief too  long. At the beginning, constipation  is tlie cause- "of nine-tenths of women's, ailments. ^;The blood becomes  { weakened" rancT, polluted,���������the nerves  , suffer, and-a ruh-down. condition takes  The" death is announced"������* the Eari b YBe cause "of thkr5 madness of action  as a system regulator, no medicine for  "Women can compare" wLth Dr. -Hamil-  of Jersey, one of the large landowners  |of- England, -owning* nearly    20,000  acres.      He was 50 years of age.  The Mexican Secreta"y of the Interior announces that the presidential  elections will he held in July, Since  the peace'of the..republic is *oot.' seriously disturbed, and the rebellion Is  now practically suppressed.  Tho United States Government has  agreed to sell a .quantity of war material to the Obregoa Government in  Mexico. The^ decision is ..understood  to have been prompted by a desire to  -fa r,������*r&  Pageant Of Empire"  -'**Vt  -a.   .mi.  by-an armed uprising! - '  -  A mob of several" thousand persons  stormed a jail in the Celino* district,  Italy, and removed--and lynched a  prisoner, who was charged with having stolen from a cathedral a number  of valuable receptacles containing  relics of the -saints.      "^  ton's Pills.- The kidneys -quickly respond to thCj> remedial actio?* of Th*-  Kamll ten's .Pills, -Sad the result is - aa  you-would expect���������pain in. the back-  and side." shortness of breath, and bad;  color disappear���������the' functions.- of the,  body?'-then operate, "naturally9 congest  tioh*and pain "are.prevented, ana per-  feet health returns. _*;  .Thousands of happy "women say Dr.  Hamilton's Pills" are the-greatest sad  best blood purifier, the finest complexion renewer, the most certain regulating, medicine known. Sold by all  druggists and- storekeepers, 25c per  box; ������&ve fOr^ $1.00 postpaid, from The  Catarrhc-sone Cs.. "Montrealf  Interesting-  Experiment   iviade   By  |; _ ' French Expert  7*" Aa    interesting    experiment   made  some. Sime ago  by  a French  expert  -"proves that, bees, know the, timeol day  Vithouf the aid of a timepiece.  V" This-expert began his test by break-  -^BSfeiQg   lit- ti\*3     "Opuu.      S,sa"      at     36V6I5  o'clock,   partaking   of light preserves  -ja.nd-.jamv --< At ten o'clock tho table  ?was cleared.     <For tho midday meal  sweets were served, ~ but' at "*four  there was" a light��������� lunch, with  sweets. Within a week the bees came  to understand these mealtimes so well  that they came-from all the surround-  AU������������   , l/AUC^b      AXi.     9U^.U     O YT KIZ XJW?       bun*.      t,JL.v.  .food had to be served indoors afteir  .ward. "   -   -.  ':---'^}%^'^7.%i~*^4r-kS^fUl-7  l^^sj^^^sf^amsx;  'm*mmm-*mmm'*mm-'mt*m^m^Wm&-'.~; -^'.' -;. ' .'-'*-'- ',"'���������'.  IIttJB-L^fcCgaafiaj-ggCj-i----- :_.;;,.  1  I"  I  ,5fco  "o'ciock  Conceai-rated be^*gobdnes*tJ eai^ly  impacted to dozens of fHahesnaaldng  them more tiysHy and nuuitioua. -  Int������asoE4,10vS0eBfll00.  BuOabig Deadly Weapon  MERCHANTS  UiUIU'  Increase your prohis In?  "ling out agency for men's hand-  tailored -"JBetter Bsif/r" clothes.  Best quality-, Moderates-prices.  wo investment, "write at once.  Ees "iaifcriag Co. Lea., Tcre&lo  U.S. Experts Develops Powerful New' 1 MakersQ������"B4tterBmIt?"Slothes  Oun |  The United "States Army Ordnance'  (experts have developed what they be-  lipye to be tlie heaviest and most powerful guns of its type in the world.  ' TJie* new weapon Is of the 14-inch  Sea iflysie-ry  Men  M  HEW SIRIiNlilli fUK  Lifeboat Carried  Crew* of  Dead  Off English Coast , ::  *   Plunging    through    stormy _ winter  seas - off .the   southern coast of Eng-;] "where his fast airplane awaited him.  calibre type, and "is capable of hurling  an armor piercing projeciiie .of 2-.560  posinds for a distance of 2S miles.-  " It was an. the year"192Ef. A New  York-matron, coming dowja to breakfast; -met her only son ascending tho  stains.     He was headed for the roof.  MONEY ORDERS  When ordering goods  by maii" send *  Cdatlnlon isxpress .jiloTi^y Onier. *r  nvef^op^  w  ii Be Meld.at Wembley in Cpnnec-1  tion  With   Empire   Exhibitlem'        {"'    V  WEAK STOMACHS  Arising from* a--suggest ion 2j*ia<lt' hy  the pHnce of \Yales that a '.pageant of  the Empire sliould.be held at Wembley  in connqction .with tli,e British. Ejrnpire  Exhibition this year, 'steps are aow  being taken tootganize such a pageant. For this1 purpose ^W special  meeting: ot . representatives pi the  Dominions; was held at "the -War.Office  in -Liondon, when a preliminary discus-1  saon took place ns to' "the .form the-  pageant should take. x    -"  It is - understood that special features suggested comprise" a representation, of the- following-: - Early explorers: the glorles~of the Elizabethan J  period; the exploits .of Robert Blake.  "English' parllamen.tai"ian,' and admiral,  "1599-1657;  development. oi transport;-  history of :������ac!s"*.;' early' settlement 3a  Ganada and Austwilla; missionary enterprise; abolition of slavery;^ history  of South 'Africar Eln.-1 the developnaent  of sport! ' 'Another"feature will be a  demonstration of rough riding. ���������  ' The organizers of-the Empire page-! *r������l:f?pf  -i.nt will tour tho Dominions in a  snort time, and will also visit the  Sudan, with a viow to obtaining chni-  acieristic exhlhiLions from c-ach^  Value-of .Farms'. -   > , 1'  According lo a recent ofl3i:hil -c������m-  l>ilatiou it Is found that-*oufc of ovory  100 poople in Canada r.l liro on farms,  Tho 70,000 farms in Canada represent j  a gross worCh of $700,000,000, or about  Jlb,J000' pe*r;tXurm," arid prpctuce ah an-  nuaf revenue; of; ,nOarly ^l,'p00,000, an  a|verdg:e"-, incopio-'per ,farjm o,t $2,000  yearly.  indigestion     Disappears-    When     the  , "Blood Supply is Enriched  The urgent need, of all who suffer  from indigestion, aud " who   -Snd   the  . stomach   unable   to perform its usual  j function, ia a tonic,to enrich the blood.  Pain, and'distresa after eating is the  way the stohxach shows that it is too  weak to perforin the work of digesting  -the   food   taken.     In   this -."condition  some people foolishly resort to purgatives, but these only further aggravate  the trouble,       - f  "New strength is given weak stomachs by Dr._ Williams.' Pink Pills be-  cause   these  -pills   enrich and purify  ihe-bd.od supply.     This is the natural  process  of giving strength and tone  to the stomachy and it accounts for -the  speedy   relief    In. stomach disorders  that follows the use of Drl Williams'  Pink PIIk.    Tho appetite revives, food  can be taken, withoui; discomfort and  the burden and pains    of   indigestion  ^.re   dispelled.   ~Mr.   WTilliam   Johnson, a prominent business man. of Le-  qulile,  "N.S^ hears  testinV>ny  to  the  value of theso pills in cases of this  [.kind.     i-Ie says: 'T was attacked with  indigestion   accompanied   by    severe  in tho stomach.      I was pre-  for by the famlb* doctor, but  got Very little benefit.     Then I tried  "some of the advertised remedies but  with no bettor   result."   Indeed   my  condition was growing worse.     Then  I read of, the case of a man who prals-  ed-Dr. Williams'Pink Pills whose condition was similar to iny own, and I  decided to try this medicine.     Thejre-  sult,^, think, was amazing as the "use  of"-siS -boxes,rostoVcd mo,to my former "gooa    h-'-rilth.- ��������� I   can   'therefore  warmly, commend the    use    of    thia  medicine for stomach troubles."  You can got those Pills from any  medicine' dealer or by mail at 50 cents  a box or six boxes for $2.50; from The  Dr. Willlama" Medicine Co., Brockvillo,  Out.    ��������� ���������  land, the steamship Innisholxn sighted  a lifeboat, ahead, whipped and tossed  by uit-aksiig waves. =,x  ' -Through their binoculars tlie officers  of the Inrtisholin studi-yl the tiny craft.  Rolling, on her wet thwarts' were bodies of six men, dead.  Suddenly a great, .wave overturned  the lifeboat. - Only two bodies remaiii-  to.   Tommy?"   asked   the  ��������� lunch   mother/*  have a perfect day  'for.  I *-u. iu tlie craft   when   th  The dead "men were well clothed,  but had suffered terribly from, exposure. There was no food, fresh water,  nor oars in the boat.    *     -     -  Barely [decipherable ship's .papers,  found in the pocket off one of the dead  men, indicated" that the lifeboat was  from theBritish ship Boca. . Beyond  "this "there--is n'o'-'clue* of the strange  mystery of the sea/ "  '���������Where  matron.  .'-J-gmrai.    ^"q  "Well, you  flying."  TThat Is what I thought! So from  Denver I may hop off to San Francisco  for a little golf/'  "Very well, my son. But be home  e������Tly for dinner."  S "Bad bream is a -agri <&������ deeaye**  "jf teeth, foul-stomach or unclean  8) bowels." If your teeth are good,  )������, look to your digestive organs at  ���������j? once; Get Seigsl's Curative Syrup  (I at druggists. IS to 30 drops after  j������ meals, clean up your food passage  S and stop (he Bad breatht odojr.  50c and $1.00 Bottles,   Do no!  buy substitutes. Get the genuine.  Road Building Programme In B.C.  A programme of road building: in  British- Columbia which -will_ involve  tho expeaditure of- -about.. $20^,000,000  during* tho next fire ^years, was.outlln-  The Proven Astiima Memecty.   ^ince  asthma existed there has been no lack  of -much heralded rei*>edies, but they  have proved short lived and worthless.  The ever-growing reputation of Dr. J.  D. JCeHogg's Asthma Remedy-has given it a place in the fleld'of medicine  which no other can approach. It has  never been, pushed hy sensational  'methods, but has ~slmply- gone on effecting relief and making new converts. *y  Sure He/W-as Expected  The manager of a well-known hotel  engaged a -new, doorkeeper. When a  man. called and~asked to see Mrs.  Brown, "the new attendant detained him  ^with -the customary, "But is Mrs.  Brown expecting you?'"  The    caller-   withered    him. with a  glance. **.",  "My "good man;'*'    he . said,   -"Mrs.  Brown was .expecting He before I was  | ed in the "Legislature, byjTHc  1 Sutherland, ""vTiMsxetf ���������**��������������� "Pr-hl  \   - __          Hon. W. II-  vi   jc-USfJJ^"  Wotte-  99  ���������W������ -tv   -������vi ^-������-f 1*1 cx-i*  The time that you save, like the  money that you save, is useful only  if you know how to spend Li.  talk  The man who doesn't talk ;-has-  less repenting to do .than^the. garrulous individual. ".  "^/r-"l r>"'���������*���������, ���������"  Progresslve Bedouhia  "A demand ��������� Cor Voiding r cliaira ha s  been ��������� yoloed. by the! Bedouins, who-  iim'p, ihimemorlal havo doho  edttlng croBs-leggpd. Itecent-  conaignment of 2,0Q0 qlvthese  '���������-. t rota ������������������ii'/Austria '���������   ,n r'rlyed   ' at1  . ���������   ���������-,���������'���������'- *>���������������������������������������������     ���������*!'"   ' '     :  ',������������������'     ' ���������*-.���������������! 7-7 '-^     . ������������������'  Adeju   :���������'".,������������������ ^^',       ... rt.   . tU,.j  ���������      ''''" ' '-"j: _' i������l' '������������������ ���������>> A ii l*,ii������������i ...ni,;,.,..!-  i   i mi,  |  .ii./,,,,. ..un, , I ,,   i   ,.,.-,. ,-  DrydockAt Esquimalt  lETxcayation worlc o*a jfche hqyt Dominion. Government dry-dock at Estxulmalt  ���������has boon progressing so rapidly'during the past few months that the basin  is alnipst ready for tho constru6t!on  work." Laying of concrete has commenced.     -Tho   Installation    of ^the  "An Empire worth dying for 'is1 aisa  worth living'for and working, for"/'���������-\  H.P-.H. tho Prince of Wales."  Mother! Give Sick Chiia  "California Fig Syras  Harmless ' Laxative    for.   a    Blllo-u%  Ccn.st!pafed &*tby or Child  Constipated, bilious, feverish, or  sick, colic Babies  and Children lovo  to take- genuine  "California i-ig  Sjtup." No otherJSL/:  laxative regulates *Vjf  It* sweetens tho  bowels so nicely,  tho   tender   little  EtOmach      G3L&   -      _  starts the liver and bowels "acting  without griping. Contains no np-rco-^  tics or soothing drugs. Say "'California" tb'-your druggist and avoid counterfeits ! *- * -Insist* upon genuine '' Gall-  forhla Fig " S-fT-jp" which contalna  dlrectioas.  fMlnard^s Liniment for Dandruff  Gr-and Champion Prize  -   The grfead champion .bull prii*o  o������  ihe Abordoen-Angus class at the Chi-  pumps and machinery wilt be started,I'cago   International   Livestock   show  * *r 1 **  in all -probability, neat^ summer.  from  tholr  'iy'; ij-  AICOHMENDEr- tr S010 BY BRU00ISTS (. OPTICIA.NA  ������TlT-,"������C*.'������*.������������ MV������ VAIil BOOK.  Ml'AIH* CO. CillC*M.VA4l  ,MiZZZ.7-FyVimm,,mmE*>5;  England's , only, atato newspaper,  The, "London .'<Ga7.ettc>f,.: Is; 258 years old;  Publication vms 'inaugurated, during  the reign of Charlea II. - It was then  known as ., ThofOxforu Gazette, the  'court having Hod to that city because  or the.plaguo. t ��������� \    ',������������������'    " 7 ;'  It is huniaxj.' naUiro Cor man .to look  ovtt for numbor one;; hut'tho charming  yotiri-r.7.v/i'-j'.'o'vy' ''aiw;-i^a'7, ^ooka out 'for  nuarihor- two.'      ,  7.     ' , ;,  .'j^ii/ii-la.^ of I'iSfil  rocphtly' 'brought:' J<0>&,OQ(T fi'^hos it :'n  "F^h^Tf;'salie.';������������������"������������������Xjx   \ [-;;[ ].t;>��������� '.;)':''!-'���������;Z,-.;"..������.'  For Rheumatic P^lns,���������The pains  and aches of Sciatica-and Rheumatism  should bo treated.with Dr. Thomas'  Eclcctrlc Oil. The soothing nnd healing properties of this famous remedy  have been demoBLstrated; for fifty  'years..'' TTso Et ,also ������cCor inflammatory;  pains, outs, scratches, ^bruises7 and  sprains, oltlier in h-������maix.bbings' or tho  .lower"animals.  ;"/7  .Sultans and priesta of Turkey once  consedered smoking tobacco so serl-.  ous a ������rime that in many cases tor-_  turo and. death -was tho punishment"  meted out to "those indulging in. it.  T,-s-TK-grtemiwiK*rtKi������iK***MZ!&  : _.',', The Use off; a.' Hyphen.,' ������������������;. !.,!'.,  . A teacher , Ins-tr^ctinB her .-''pupilB^,  in tho uso of the iiyphon, aahod thorn  to glvo hor nn. oxamplo oE its tiao, and  tho1 word "bird-.cage*' ,wfla' submitted  by. ii^small boy. .,;'  "That's right/', alio oncouraglugly  reinarlcod, "iNow,; toll mo "why wo put  a hyphen lu hird-ecigb/'    . -  'Tt'a for tho bird to  tho startling reply/  went to James- p. MacGrogor, of Brandon, on Black Cap Bevolution. "Mr.  MacOVegor has been ono of tho inbst]  prominent llveatocli oxhlbltora nt the  Chicago show and Just boforo tho war  won the Grand Championship for tho  best,steer ^tho.international Exposi-  ttpii' .with >: &lenc^ Thia'  '.year's'*vj:J\3������ ^hlmol' was. .sold to a ;Cali-  ^rntan for' $15.000.''"'"'"'     '^ ..;'J"7"  A You sh not  experlment-  ffljft Ing when  b^. ���������you������ns������ Hr.  ���������.ent fof Beteroa anft   Skier Inita-  trloas.   It Tttllevta ,-ut onco Mid irraaw-  aCLr uoals thn skin,   Samplo l������ox Or.  Chano's Olitttin-Tit: freo it .you meniloa Mil*t  pau������r and s&n("*io.atiiap for post-YK*". -("tv-*. a-.  box*. nlldAnl������r-i or Ed&uuasox-, ll������i������-3 * Co.,  a.tmltod-, Xoconta.  i       ii i \       ii.i^i in ���������   i-   i. j  .���������GpokV.yR'egurating 'Cp'riip'ouij-'d'  aij. ;on,"���������'���������' jya's  CT4* -������iUlS������-W|OU^=^niC^������3--&JVK  For Both House and Stable.���������Thero  :is-a good deal of "hnilarttyi physically  ^peaking, hotylooh human beluga and  tho lower animals.     Both aro aubjoct  to many ailment ai arising frominflam  . matlon and to allananner oC cuts and  bruises.      3>r. Thomas', Eclcctrlc  OH  la an1 entirely l-ellablo remedy for such  iailmeuta and mishaps in both human  beings or the' lowfcr order ot anlmnla.  Loans to Indu-ttrie*-  Ite'port oC the British Columbia tn-]  dusfrlal Cotninlasion Department  shows loana to industries nmouullug  to $1,176,60-1 embracing CO) planta. Ite-  payraenta havo been mudo on principal by E>5 ludua trios'. Total" ropay-  ���������monta amount to ^1^1,-12S, .at -tshlch  $71,2-15 was interest. .,,.!  IHUMM  -^. v-ife;,Reli.vh|--,reRMlBtlnR  mefcHclnfc'.|or'.v,.rTri������iv..i <p\<{   u'<  ilarr vlc^f ri'c-i ,������lfibi('il|: No f' $ li":  i^uJfU: No! "v,-V-,7()rS.7i i;.y',������,tl"  ''UttfpililH, d������'V.r'Mi'(Sr|j-p'i'i:(<j'ffl K. f'ij;l-  "oS'.pr... "7;iFi-r������;:'^������:t������v|>|-li!'l!i''l'0', '' *  ���������'TM-*:cooK MChici'Hi;���������.-co./  Xqr������r"*'. iltn������rr-lj.Hf-U>,, -    .  ;]l.   (--J   iV'i'lf      IU','. i.-ll-IM   l-tl.,,,   ���������(. I   ..,.|     |  J      '  :sv'-7  TUB.  MttW  0>RENOH   RIM1DV.  THERAPION NO. 1  THERAPION No.2  - ������o. 1 tar taift-iaarC������ti-.rtk. . Ho.a fwp W-laidS.  "U-la DlMasfW..M������. 1 forCtmra!oWett.ki-������������������i-i.  m������ud ���������rcKi-������-maCHK������-i9TK.*-nt-ici-������ rj-cvli-nh.3������.'  I>������.C*C������.K*c;u������4:.CA..ic������.*i������T������>ckinJ.t".W.������.I.o������do������.  ������mi <M'M������r.' Ml mou n. ������****.* s������. Hast. To-uaM ������������.  Ol   4-1*   .*������T., SCAU-w   til-BKUV   HVU*r.   *.lUW������H*.*L.������  wmmmmmfmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmvm^m&lmmmmmmmmmMmmmmmmKmmmmmmM  Whether tho corn be of  grawLh, It. mubi yiyhl Lm  Corn Itotnovor.  ������������ld or ������k*>w  How some people who aro so widely different i"ro mim can,he aati-iueuS  with themaolvoa -Is paat wll hutnam un  dert-Undlnig.  I  Ask for,;Mlhard'fl and take no other  W. N."XT. IK&K r^pn  tub ches^ok nsraew  hi  rfte.������M|L.i5f  issued every Friday at Creston. B.C.  Subscription ; $2.60.8, year, in advance.  $3.0|1 toU;B.-ffolnts.  Gf^i"������4'?s. Bdslo? &*sS Owner.  and  CRBSTON. B.C.  FRIBAY. FSB. 2tf  I  LcTTESS TO THE El  i B&^ltfeansth&J&ar  - .. -- -���������***"���������  Editor Review:  Sib���������r*'I do .believe young  8am-  uel8on has ..gone, .nutty  o^ver   the  AlL}UU>r   *4u������~Sv*on.  A-.mKB    to    .WllSb  fancy the editor, as well as the  many Keview. readers will exclaim  when they see this article in print.  Well, perhaps .1 have, but so long  as I am not the only nut in the  Valley I feel quite satisfied. " X am  sure that many of the Valley's most  respected citizens take the' same  view, point on this liquor question  as 1 do.  In the letter, -which appeared in  has   been   need    to   produce1  -i -  sleep.    Malt' is tW '' most' valuable  v.*vw^w���������wq    vim^,   t -r .      ~^mm.*   ��������� ,   .   i n  i ��������� ��������� i    ���������. rT    .*&  beer the brewer robs the malt of its  precious, ingredients."' -= "  "Me tn@u"~j������G&s~on to espials-Ibss?-  the Medical. Hesearch Council of  Great Britain mad������ ssany experiments iu the gardens of- the Zoological Society at Leondon. He  says: "We feed pigeons, monkeys,  guinea pigs and other animals on  beer, using the .finest and freshest  specimens obtainable, and we have  found that it is perfectly .useless to  either prevent or cnre disease, or to  maintain normal growth, and even  when the alcohol was removed we  found the residue to be useless also.'sj  SsBS*ft!*r t'.hsss   fSMfirl**-,  t'.'%   "&**��������� *>������%*ssa BB-f-s  to prove that beer is Useless, and ill  some cases does a lot-of harm. Is*  England; in 1830, &... attempt-was  made' to woo 'men from* heavy  drinking to beer drinking, si������d-������l-������  though beer consumption rose 25  per cent, distilled liquor rose eight  per cent, instead of decreasing. -  In 1868 Massachusetts went dry.  ������gS=v  wing to the appreciation shown  oy our Oiistdmefs we  * have decided to; continue for anotner week rsetlirig  ^. atroiir Gifeatly Reduced Prices.' -  "II  the- ^Essslew  point   out  league  #���������*������  lnot     fall.     I     t-Kfid         how.   the   Moderation  had" deceived <..the   people,  ^���������10������aUji  r weeds  [7.50-;  c%cs  'SB  *  siuey&0rm  iqawa-ra   83  39  Si  11  n  1- ���������-*  CklSU   JL   UIUBCU  1 I .1   ������������J-        IIU(/1U((  vnau  -.-*���������  would judge this organization by  its. fruita You already know what  its fruits are, but will you allow  -these people to deceive you once  more. Are they going to make  yoss believe that light   wines   and.  u������6r -^Viia StOp tcs8 uGOtijeggiiifg.      Dv  yon think -that beer is as harmless  as they would have  you believe?  In an iesde" of the, Chicago Tri  butie one-of the defenders  of beer,  says, "No - unprejudiced person can  deny that an   extract   from   hops  and- malt is a" most valuable appetizer and general tonic**    To this  statement   GL W. * Saleeby,   M. D.,  F.RS., Edin:, replied:    I deny this  in the name of scientific experiment..  Hops-ie not a tonic, but a narcotic  Its   active   principles,   lapjalin^ ;ia  known to pharmacologists ail over  tlie world"  as a   typical   narcuticr  novmi i-tS"d  sell  hut sii 1870 a Jie���������'' law  towns that  wished    to   sell   cider,  beer and ate.    Aa a   result, in New  ucuiuru,     C&jU-JC    m*jcyr-    \>o    JJCT"    V6UV>|  and arrests for drnnkedness 120 per  pent. From 1908 to 1916 Georgia  tried! a beer experiment but could  hot enforce the act, since It was impossible'to have a .chemist-examine  every harrel to see that the beer  was pght. There is no need, how  ever to'go outside Canada for in  A formation. In 1919 Quebec carried  a referendum for the scale of light  wine and beer, but in two years  time the abuses were so great that  the government brought in a  system of government control.  In B.CL we -have* government  control already, but the abuses are.  so great that-light wines and.- beer  are advocated, and, will .probably  be passed as an act of parliament  unless the people wake np-and,see  what is being handed ������ujt to them.  In Quebec  there are -now 37 liquor  *__���������..-"   ������j���������  ������������?&ar  WfiiI������TOWS     ETCSS-  MSTWQfSS  nk������9  ��������� ��������� *W JL  and  Sffjyg"  ���������ax   -  .-  "  "���������"*  W3WS.-  ������������.Pl> H  area's  fclMITEfD  I  It costs more to bwty a lower-priced car  *g-  jrsfi-Js������-������'n.",s"-^"kif uy'um  1  ���������MM  ft  CHEVROLET PlilCES are not the lowest on  ^ ^ JL* the market, yet CHEVROLET Economical  Transportation averages lowest in cost. This -average  cost considers the purchase price, interest on investment,  depreciation, and all operating and maintenance cost.  LSnrSJin i BL   - D M V V ���������..    S3 ft Hi A-U En  AQEMTS  CTHBVROL.KT MOTORCARS AKD  TRUCKS  FAIRMANKS-MOHail LIGHTING  PULNTS ������* OAS KNG1NK8  YOU PREPARE?  i  Do you prepare for the unexpected cuts or  bruises, and other minor ailments occuring  daily? i ......  Give your medicine chest the once over.  Now. is the time to stock up on  Lint, Gauxe Bandalges, Absorbent  Cotton >  A.cta JEFortc.   Jb*pf3>om &att&  Iodine, Peroxide, Etc.  We ��������� stock   only, the' best,; ami   invite your  inspection.    Memember we are  hereto  serve yon;'    '  ������!������������������������   HjA   M&MiiM*" ������3 igtjflfr ^gph,   .631   ggffipggt   m  m   ������������3   tft  ������3  w* BS.   Ill P* ._ I I EM  m  wmwS Bm W  m .imp mi.-...mr-*������i   M     N   I MUm.        WkJtt "m   HI     HV tSt tVfA   BS    mi  irpf>������giii-tgggi������Mi ������&������ Stattoners  I 4iH  Em      m w w  SmwimB Km B  stores, and 1700' taverns that are  licensed to sell .beer, while- hotels  and restaurants are allowed to serve  beer and light /wines with meals,"  But has this reduced drinking? NV.  The sale of liquor has gone up "with  leaps and bounds.:-,  During the firstmonth of govern-'  ment control���������^Mayr. - 1921���������-the  sales in Quet^/afnounbed/W $23Q,-  173. and in December of the same  year it rose to $2,470:295.35,' and  for the year ehding, April 30th,  1922.- the government had sold  $15,212,801 of liquor and; wine  while t-he brewers sold $15,684,G70  worth of beer.  Tlie .B.C. Moderation League  does not want the return *of the bar  but I cannot see what' diflPerenoe it  makes since they, as - well as our  government, are defing- all (hey can  to increase the Jconsumptioh of  liqwor. What's tlie use of stopping  bootlegging if tliose who purchase  their liquor from . the bootlegger-  can get all they want at the liquor  store anyway.  -In Campbell Biver, in our own  province, the goyernmeut opened a  store for the *)ale of lieer only. -Aa  a result we find that bottles of beer  are openly drunk on the baseball  field by fans and players on the  sidelint-s. Automobiles full of  drunken men oareeiiitig along the  streets amidst yeHo amj, 9^������������������3a->-;  dust. Two driink tnen and two  women (with bobbed hair and-in  male attire) drove, their auto up to  and would have driven ib on to,. t||e  baseball field- hud they not been  stopped by speotatorft^-aiui one day  not less than fifly-three barrels of  empty beer bottles Were shipped  from Campbell River. * But,\ of  conree, no one ever gets drunk on  beer.    Oh 110.  He io not drunk who from the floor  Can rise, and take just one drink  more1. " /7  But be is drunk  who prostrate lies  An neither more oan, drink or rise.  A. B. MaoDonald, in the Ladioe1  Home    Journal,    for    November;!'  vlpUm: "I  quoto frani   a .al^kiatSaal  report prepared hf  the oU-rk of tlie  court givitif  to   jm������* by   Ileoordcsr  OeofrVion of persons who had been  arrested   hi Montreal, while  lying  drunk on a public street or public  place, 12,048   persona   arrested   in  I two -"���������������-������*"���������<-?   Not- jwert st!,.Bi.tii!S'derR9*s;  drunk,     not   singing   drunk,   not  ohouting drunk1 but helplesaly dead  drunk���������lyiwjf drunk  on   a   public  street or^ a public place. ,'A newspaper woman "whom I' met in ar  blind pig club, where SOO xaan* were-  drinking, told me she had seen 1000  women drunk in such places in  Montreat" ���������-,    ,. *������ *  And*yet-.some of our. newspapers,,  'and-even- "tliose who -are supposed  .to he govertiing" us.7 advocate"-'* the!  governing !w_s,7, advqca^-^ the'  same rotten eystiem.^ift-r-BwtisnK^i -  umbia..  May-hjsaven help us*-if^we  ever^again have ~ Use open."rbarXfoT  that is what the sale* of light wms:  and beer means.   ~ ��������� "'  O. M. SAMUELSOK.  PRJVSMSIAL ELEGTiaEiS ACT  Crosfori Electoral District  Notice is hereby given that t shall,  on Monday,' the 7th dny of April, lp2i,  a l th~e~hour Of 10 o'clock in the forenoon, nt the Court House, "Kelson,  hold a special sitting of tbe Court of  Revision "-for the. purnqse of revising  tbe list of voters for. tne said electoral  dit-trict, and of heurtn**; And dVtermtn-  Ing any and ull .objections ,|<v.the  retention of any name on the said lint,  or Ui the s-e^istratiuin as a voinr of any  applicant for reKistration, and for the  other purposes set forth in the Provincial Elections Art.  Dated at Nelson, B.C., this 12th day  of February, 1024.  , J.OARTftUBL,  Registrar of Voters,, Creston  Electoral District,  Grs^fon Ra^are  i      laiKalsii  always on hand.  ftSdlr 9Rii Nallson Gborotates  QGILVIE Goods are dependable  UblLVIt i  50-lb. Sacks  B  -f*3*g  A correctly balanced ration that  takes tho place of milk.   We  have no hesitation in  rooom-  mcaicii n|is#it because several of  our ouBtomora have tried it  out and they toll us thoy never saw a calf feed to equal it*  A gcncrouH supply of. Jit cans������"  in our'last oar.  '  ."'...'   '���������'''',- ��������� ���������    ."      ;     ",        '.     ���������      '   ....    ���������' .^*',"'  . affQ   SO -7W-y.BBfBjBB  .''.' ,'- ���������    .      '.'������������������     . \ W.' ' ��������� '.',-  .    '.-..'-���������"''.���������I'.   .,"r.t-/".':'''  pwi mil  AW  TP'ff'I?   MTTT.  J!*. J.    J.XJLJ!-. ,J,m.J.JjiJUiC -  . ' 't, - l   ; "'���������������   '��������� -I     - ���������  Canyon City Lumber  GBIflipSflff LiOr  c9  ti  ii  "r" ii  -Hi  n ���gHK CBESI^ -~3^��ffjgW,
The JLed***"- siVvs-Qreenwoodf is havinr*-* >"
_..-..* ,gg ��-��- ���-����� - ,-> ���      . ���    ��� -        _����� j
8CIH^' AC   &ffiil?��!9&�����   -*   |[c-seof the longest mild spells the old-1
n-afiw   -ur��     nJwIiknr-iw       | est resident can raftaembtsr. __ "
Fernie has
a  snowshoe club- this
SM3RS. j, a:^. crouton
. ���.AavttBoeajPe^Ss'esly-: ,.  --
<9.-A. r. CnOg-nPTOf*!
Staging L40MO-3&' -^r~^-l*faut6T--J-J-i8'.
Mayor Henderson's salary at xrernie
for ISM wntbfe S200>). -.
Fent-icto-s^s ^hospital Seflsit -for ��&s
nary wail almost ^wuui
The Courier refers to its borate town
as.<*Cranbrobk, the treeleas^eity." ~
TheC.P.lLiB putting in'a  brand
new platform afiis (station at ^Tesaas.
. Kaslo - Fif��e*ea. ^undr&dV C^ub^itas
raised the secretary's saktry to oi2SPw)
month'. :   ^ . v"   -   "   ���"/     --wi-
--> Grand-Forks Fanners* Institute has
decicled to have asscStfeiK ""    -���-���-*���-
A canning factory, which will cost
feSQOO is* assured at Bonners Ferry, in
e fsr less os^rstlansi"^
��-*;*j*lf��-'-EUR:auut    wnrai ii��, ;nsituera    biisi/
l^ntfeton will have ,a  bigger tourist
Pianoforte. Organ and
*r c	
>�� a*-*s as3lis? *rv*r ar -no   an-^^
���*-"��� r.G. ovtfi   ~      >}'..  ' "*
 *r ft.���....,-. "5 mm��mfmm' fSmm   ��*���"*�����*
ig��e��s -pwiitt^'yHiiiaaptAy <��f
.eaeTa   month    at    Mercantile
&lly.mvi��ea.��^        _ - 'gg-^ *    -T
1* ;       SRICO!^C^/#^.
*       *il*ltlSft*^* ggjh���.a 22^.s|V  40   ��M��1��C��   *%#
^    v..
b at Pentieton on February 2Ctfe,
The first auto tourist reached Orasa~
brook from Spokane on February 21st.
The Courier asserts that 1924 tourists
are already iMginnifag  to  boofe "hota
mnk&tfiicm afcCJranb'rook.   ~   '
i *��M Mr*S>
*5* **    #^*
.--.*��.     r:
a   �� I f *lr in 1024.
sin a��*<- ���* -fiittlf
- - ���.;      - p.o. Box ao��   .     -  -
I JThe <��^-^rative^'i^re at; Petttictott
shc^sa TsSt^pj-oili, ox ��4r?;|or.rche^slx
months tended Febrna-ry iHt. >\_       \
." ���-----���-.".. -   -/,-\ .-      "j!\      -   --   - j
At the concentrator  sfc, Kimberl#y
  ..  -* *_r-_i-.A'3-_..  ���a-��    ...    ���    ^^��,
41 new act. ����i,a��wi.����-o. - x.������*i, vrica ����{(���> '^^w
At s ther middle  of jp*ebruory "hut tons have-inst been installed.
three I'mrs^of apples were in 8l*drag-f at
. HSLfJ3S&Jsfl.\ be r^qntrsd in tas^?rona
Rossland citi-sens to> run ,the. town**
s^cwIr. this year. ���    "" """'
-Ten of the teachers * on  Cranbrook
school staff are after raises in pay���
*_*._ ate ^ ^.^..a.B. ���
Gran d'Forks Doukhob��'r@��re talkinsr
* Ca|-sie to the ore-raises of tti^isbder-
8ig;ng& on or about jio.venaiheryl8t,"l^%
��n��?*��d  fe*ifter;   some   whibe.   cororn-fl^#-���^.���fr-rtc,   M   4tttm   fe��t��rv   nn
t**o1s-ears old.   Owner can have ewHieJ^^^^^^^j:^^^  -�����---
iin proving propes-ty nnd  paying  all '���*��������� ��-��-��-����� -��*"-     ���*   -^
expenses.    A. E. JEFFSK30N  Or��.
ton^ - r > -   ..
: Shoe and Harness
Repairing   ���  -,
New Sjtbck-'of
;~ . "Harness        ^ . '
.     Secomi Hand ��t��m in
-three'.telephone? fin   Moyit*^
ana' - (ja^^.
^���esrs i��j--o there were over 4&      v   ^*
Pansiej-Tand buttercups in full bloom
were plucked' hi Grancl Forka on
February 15th, according to the Gsse-
ette.      _.        -    * "% v   -;
G{��vern-rnent- roadwork has starts
at Kaalo, "with a 'crew of twenty men  	
busy oh   repairs  tc   the  Kaslo-Aina-1K
worth'hiarhway. _   *   Iff
thai carsnoi he surpassed in
'��� ~  -    in &gQ?Car ror twice vast, moneys     .i~~T~-  ^
^TourimJ. 1 .'.**-.\ .^676.73 Foidor Sedan. .$3094.84-
Ruoabouts....;". 636.43 Tudor Sedaii. J. 943.29
jCkSnpeu %. -. ..1845.8^;      Truck \    7&&.1vj
-   ;Alf oe&os^e jsrasesL f.o.b. Creston vsi��k SSas^sr*
TW"     A.TT.
1-^ .'
B Hi
M m~-+ �����>��� mm ��* ���������������%���"��� w m
f&i!lK*mrf��m T8E FSS2TI0K OF
, J,
A, mie*mlmm
- Tfoeae psairt'nfttfeas ai^fae the
inline px��eentTAcEmcIea^an4 to ��sia
dates to ntuaHQp Soar tatxue vbommi4ss and Sflt-
,     1    ' - " -
Ax&a$a��rPar*it Romgert   ""
Assistant Wcarest- Baosccrs axe ��mployad
school at Brilliant are suing Miss Mats,
who taught there, last year, for the
cost of the firewood burned in-1923.
7 More electric lights'and conk stoves, -
along writh a coupla of shower baths
will .be" add^3" "to' the tburfst-- ��am|>
ground equipiruent af- Grand Fofksthi^
season*** ^ ^ " -"
ForJthe first time "in many year*.
Saslo is this* ys*ar importing its ice
supply from Moyie. The mild weather
fiaitpd~to 'produce ^Uie usual* crop  at
Msrror'Lake,'    , "*' *
BR Jgmt&gBi
ffi ,i$ll' ft.....ij.i '
*f*9***-icef8l*-iTien. T^romoUons mode to thO;par-
iia^raent sukR* by merit and ^tamJnatioii as
oocaaimiafieis.. The salaiyia~SM��permonth
jihe first3?ear..and ftllft per .month the second
^s-eiu-^.and .siaotb��tI>i--A.7ea-r." "rHweBto^ex--
PRE-EMPTIOWS x^*    =     _.
\"acant��� -*--��mre^-*rvaA^I*---in��rv��-f^d
urofrB Iftaw-ijmwiKr *paTN��-*����'U��i���� ^y*
BfltlBh imbjec��i-l,w��r7l�� ^fi&ra of ������,
anfi or aSicne-t tsa -ifigalsgglnfer��'-fotsation
<o  OBCom6xBrttlah  ou*t>j��cts,   condi-
a|d . nnj��rbv��>��*nt   for1   atfftcaWimU
F^TiSrormWtion eonmr^^u-
Stlona rssardlns- -*��r��>eiinptlo&��^ Is
_ V��n In BiillellnfKau. "U Xend Beries,
"How to X^tt-��inpt l^n&.^^o&ea of
which can be obtained.free of-charge
by ��.ddr��a-dniK the I>epa-rtment of
i^anda. Victoria, B.C^ or to any Government As��nft.
t Records will be a*r��nted covering
only  land j-uiitabla   "for    agricultural
The Pentvcton." co-operative selling
agency .has already placed \an order
wiih the local sawh-il! for 200,000 fruit
boxes this war. * JLast  ys-kr  a   coast
annas w���� urawaBuaw euui jhk 3>>��" ^pwi^T. .    . A-��       t -  *__^_
season is extooded where ao^lbla-by woskfljn I "awn go?-tne Duatness.
as-mttemadeeacbyeta-e�� long^ea-a^wstOTy I    Pentieton  merchants are fixing  up
aii acre tourist camp/ site  at  Skaha
I^ake, and whencjeoippletea will tnrn.it
^LV^./  �� ttU.'
. !|-^.*   Htl.fi
. ,-. t^^idi*i-*sraiist]M"^ai-^1--uhi-*cta-re^-
d'-nteinBrit|s!r<*olilmbiafo-' at least <me year,
of good dharactsr, *gcod.-ifc-SfEia5i cesdiScs. ass
wl��i -woods exfM-ocfe&oa --.-...
_ s-'Thoy tfliora-Id bavA experience |n are-flj-h'tai-g;
pos8esa.the abilitvto ors-auize work find nand*fe
men, a6d have lmbwlod*J^.ttf-to�� Format Act
"The emmlnattonssro -partly **yrittem partly
<��alasd are desigae*! to. test the candidate's
A ���*- -^.��� a��
feel.'&eV acr* wo��5offtthoCoifit:
and 8,000 feet for acre, east of "��ntM
Kanwo. "
' Applications for pre-einptlon�� are
iu be addresead to the ILand Com-
mlaetoner of the Xjand-Racording* Di
vision-, In which the land applied tor
TMpjMj��&te& .We'J^l^iPAini**'i��->lon��-r.
hvm'-'^hTtirm' anil 'hnproVeoaanni made
So value ol 5X0 per acre, including
ile-udng and -eulttvatlnavat lacu-it- nv��
ocrut- before a Crown Grant can be
received. .    ���.    ,   ,  , .-     J^,.
War more detallad ii-iVirtnatlon ace
the    Bulletin -��� "How    to    iPre-empt -
Applications are received   ��r pur
chase    ofA- vacant   and   unraoerved
Crown fhuidfe; net being, tlmborlnnd,
for mgideulh^-^u-rpoaeB;   m.nlmuni
ipc��r acre, ana aecond-'CiajMi *(graxing)
;iand |8.M per acre. Further inf or-
.matlcm regarding nurohaae or- lease
tof 0rbwn.lknda.\ln.7glven In "puH^lu
;No.^l6, I^nd ffifflmii ""PurclMio 'and
iljeaee' (of ���o^wiv* liand��.,r
.' Mil"!. n��iotory,r*oV Induatrlal eitee on
.timber land, not exceeding* 40 acres,
7mey be purchased or leased, the eon-
idltleiM Including - paynumt ot
' i��tu"n*i!��a!)p#��.
J    Unau^<w��d.area��,,iiot��exQBcdlns: 20
aoree, wjt& ;*��(; leaded 'as homcaltea,
'>ondttliiwal. i'^ipon. tH.,-, dwelUhk ; belnu
'.oreet'ed'jjjlri tlift;Jflra*^aaji*'. title belnB
|provem*nt  oon^Sf lui ?JulfllK-i
���rid land has been aurveyed. ���
���   :4.  .
yQK ttmJiiflug . ttii<i, mduacrial pur-
poM-a arena not exceeding 040 acr-s.
may be leaved by on* nerwon or m
company.-.5';", *' '\''. .���.,-.'>"*��� )������ .;     '" -������
'.:.'���'; 1, ,'���  ,,'      QRAZINO   ;
Unfier the Cl-raaliiar Act u��j- I��rov-
uae Is divided Into gracing	
and the range adtninlaterea undar
.. . ,  ,-__^_ .         **julBityimnreuw
made by aimlioanto as to esyertoaecj ��dnealio-a
and .fitness are subject toveriQoaaoa by the
examfng boa-fd. -^    v*      -'     ,->-"-"
rf^jiptases JrS 0PS9' to wtitTocA. solsltm
7*-* Evaminrntiiyna., ^-,
The-ozaxalnatibi-s will beilheld. at the
-placea and-on therda*��s named nelow. "fSach
tntendhte oandldate- Bboold apply to the mat
trict-Foroeter *of'bin -dl8tei��a -tor,^pnlioation
* ?n4a and for lirforpaatlon, xcgavduig xh�� hour
the wxaitilnaflon and tfi�� "building ta whloh
,. wiU be fcetdL Application /tarmar>ihottiaL1to
each case, be filled out and mailed' to ttie Dto-
torlot Forester in time to roachhlm at least afox
days before 3jhe ciral-nifaatlon.-
, . JPtos-"'? Craitott. ������ .ttete: ATawsft ��4i&
A ��p& 99 Dittriet Fonzttr stttanbriM*.
1     " ' -     e/E. NAJdiBST,'"
Deputy ilinlater cf Lands.
S^mrocfe Branei HAM^9 iBAeOM ai^ LARD
-   ' r"^Government graded^ high-ast quality.     , -
rRESH and CUBED FISH      *\
-^ -    - - -*  sir-raristiea.  \       ���-��� V   ^    ��� -. _
increases egg production land prod^css-s bstter pnulla-y. - Buy cb*^best.
���\ "
- J
"ii? '<  '�� / 1 *
mmf&mWBmWm^BmT vFmWm\\)3BsSSW
���  ��v4ASSMC94Er
FOE. the:
and Ensure the
Aocommcdatioii You Wish,
Inee Is divided Into gracing districts
and the range     -
Oraxlng        ConAmlwalonAr.       AvmttaJ
fcraidcMr., penmlta are iasuod 'baaed on
may. form  .aaeoola.ttotu-    for    rann--
manag��m��wt. Wmm.!isr-partially free,
permits aro availakMa, for scuicra,
4aj-nuerM and travettem, up to ion
hma.       . ^
Agepts will gladly make Rcaorva-
:' t^ohe, t arrange FaaoportQ. and :'
,; ,p gi>*^Jull. iiiiPojpma'Uoit. *..:...
DIrwxt ThrHMtffh
^Kl ^H   ^^RM   ^Bflb BH   P"BJL   BB *"B VB   PBJR   ^Bff^BB *EB HB  flSA   ^B ^B ^K HJ       fta IS Bfl *
1111111.1111111   I HlJift M
over to the toWncoufieil free of charge.
Thevity ov#-nT8 the lano^,
-- ��� j - 7 c.     it ^-r.     ,->-"���
At February IStlv^fee: Herald estim*
at3-f_tbere^is -ttiU^Sl^CKSO- dueP��ntie��
t-*��i^we-t-B"on^tlt^ fruit of last year,
and hopes all ..the money will be paid
-before* the^end of ,35fii*eb."
-��� ^. .i "--^ "*V --^i
^��w*. VSC*?S.u au.r.u��;*u laavac-wa,*^ ��>��> -*jf*������U--
bro��k at which outside expert agricnSt-
tirtsta epdke, thetotar-attevdainee was
-dxteen/ Over 100< heard the same t��T<"
ent^fet Fernie the night previoim. -
." "Beanion's billiard halliis the favorite
rendezvous *.of Kaslo'a lovers of economical amusement. "The^prop-^etor.lf
rnnning a radio" with horn attached
and Ir entertaining huge crowds bight-
ly.l* '- = "���' -
At Kaulo f-eaann ticket, holders are,
liable to demand a . rebate from the'
rlnlc prbpi ietor. There, was" at lehst a
wh^ile -uonSS" 5-?esatbyt*��Hd~the. weather,
so ndld artsolntely ; no skating wag
available.,     .\      ���     -^     ^     m.    ���""*'
c-<Thje.BerHld is joll-rinnr the Pentieton
groiycra^lnto believing that their nett
returnB on applea-will be htf-her than
at any orher Okanagan point,. due to
them having a greater, per centiige of
Extra Fancy;   ,.   '       ' - '
The wiven of the ��harehold.ere In
Oran brook's en operative store have
jiidt rtrp-anfzed themselves into a
womanVauxiliary. Once It gets well
under way the *tore will not need -very
'much nevrapaper advert^ainf" apace.
In educational lines K��u*lo claims
fame due to the fact thai It has 47
high school "puplla aa compared with a
public school attendance of 140. This
la reputed lo be the best showing inall
BtO. Roosland stands oecond, and
Nelion third.
A' Orambrook citizen waw n flock of
geeae going north over that city two
weeks ago and the Courier takes it as
a surer sign of spring'than all the pre-
dlcttona for and Bgalnatnn early a��a-
eon made by the town's squad of
weather guffsaers.: ^. ��� ;���������;".'
Feriii��> United Church Is free of debt.
One.ntght Inat.week they had i�� ctilo-
bratlon the feature o? which was the
burning of *1$,000 of tsibrtgages, some
of which hud been owing for ; twenty
yearn on eltljer the Presbyterian or
lifethodlat edifices embrocod In union.
* The Hitrald rojol<ie�� exceedingly be-
oau��ic at the recent W.ll.S. convention
ItS tt*.<""t.' tflWI   fl**,l   "-��-HTOt>*i'-��   f**m   i-h.m !>�����#,
M (salon Band In the Kootonay-Bonnfl-
ury waa awarded the Cranbrook children's organisation, who amongst
other things gathered In $2*13 lansl. year.
.*��^>.    -^*'1.4    ���
flitft^tioiitt aSMS^^'gOT'"ow'-"��tt^3��^ii
fersV foreigti t*e&&fy ?thtey&&iik-tefr
"jjfflPoat    Se   yojg*'  flktafli�� - an win ������ &%m,mm^J&B~~.^
ewSmXmSMmT.    T*fc^B*B^'gg>^BtBUBjpi gHjni ags w *g**g*| r*,**VTpiSBi^-e "& >     ^ikL'-aaa-aB-L^a^anaKsaBBfl*-1
__!, -     fL   _ g    �� �� ~ ~        m *        "^  "        �����'��������"* )^"^*Cp^^^r5��Qp^r-*-
can ademsatdhr esr9�� -ffi��K��
-* f' , ^--^
c. w. AijLAir,
���re offered towia-f for iPive4gnMBnt jnnv
j����. *L.   i* _ J
ygi*'!lCTf|j*io|  q bxtisSk STCtQuTSB*   ~|pipj^|' Vt^ffl**'T*6i*%j'fi'l
or Bale cf suchsccuririeg<caii foe
e4kt tiny of our famiodkea.
1        *��� *
Our monthly lias: CNToflBsiit^pii wiB
)be scnt*bn gcquccl ^^
Capital Paid Up. *20,iOO(X-006
RnerveFtuail $21X000,000
.42fee��voa B����ndbi
%*. "S. BcBuaeWy awswiB*Bcr
- not Ail*
^^j^*,! ff^s^ ^y^nai
ik. ���tlH?'lt  " ^?^f 4W��k^i*i>a
'"','    .���'"?������'''   . ���   '       ' '
B*r  **f ^ 4i
. nCKfttlllg
Sheet Metal Work.    A go��d stock of Pipe
and Pipe Fittings on hand.
". ����� i h->  *3  TT-TR    l-?lvVT-RW, * OT-iFF^ON".  Earlh-ld-Plasiei Rocket  choicest oi  OR'ANfGE PEKOE  r  f  \  ' Gennan    Engineer    Hss   Plan    for   a  j Rocket Which He Claims Cant  *- - ReacH-fhe Planets  A German engineer, Herr Oherth, is  " tils cussing1 with technicians actual  plant for roykots capable, of reaching |  the placets.,. As. motive power "Herr ;  Oborth would ttse "either alcohol or  hydrogen "in a fluid state, to be burned \v31h oxygen. A rodeo t capable of  ascending t'o the bonier of the terres-  \ tial field ol" gravity can be construct-  1*1.1     lOl      <id,VVV,    JIU     IUI9     QJ.1111V.I1,   l/i.iit'l������  V*������.  7vTw  *&*:'���������  ���������"TVs  ir  .fflgggl-fesff -5^-s.  ^Cqiia-la In 1924  i  rocket, but capable Of. carrying two observers. "Would cost ?25O,00O. ���������  What it the y������-ar 192-1- gousg to mean io Canada? ->   ,    ���������        "  *   "" The ans-w-er is:'Just cxactlj. Tvhal the people oJL.Can.ada determine it shall  mean. - "'.'"  - If ihe Camiui-.-n. people are'".lirly -.veil s?aii;=Sed with nre*-"<?5ii -condition's.  ��������� with tlie degree of progress recorded from year to year since tlie war, with  ihe existing rate of taxation? and the prevailing state oi" affairs in the social.  political and "business -world, then, tilings -will continue antich as they are and  1924" will be very'largely a repetition of 1923. ,        ������������������ ���������������   w    vf  But if Canadians are not sati-*fied, and are prepared to lay aside petty  prejudices  and discard sectional' issues in favor  of a broad iftatriotism. and  sound national policies and unitedly, devote their .energies to st forward All-  Canadian movement, then 1924 ivjll mean much nior.e������fpr this ^Dqnainion than "  any previous year in its hi;-tor*.. " *..",*��������� ," j     '      \  Canada's progress during thi- new year will ^l>e-.-depend e.n������, ho\ve-Ver, on  the extent to which Canadians will discard their^Uas"������ and Wost spectacles and ]  view their country, its prui-IeiBa an.5 :nocds thr-c-i*"gS"I")ominlG-s-">vidc glasses.  I~.ecaus<-* nature has divided Canada nt the Great Lakes into Iwo great divisions is no reason "vsliy such division Should be- cai-r-ied into our political,  ������������ commercial, fit.ca-1���������in'a word, into'our whole economic and-national life.  Canada's slow progress during recent years .as 'the result of the blunder  u-ade in regarding Uio "Dominion not a-s one great entity but as two distinct  groups whose interests aro not, and can never be, common "rue-rests, -s. We  hare even gone bp far as to regard them as antagonistic and-opposing inter- <*j  *-sts, with the inevitable outcome that instead of pulling together. East and  West have been striving against each oilier,-and surely, albeit slowly, pulling  apai-t.      Progress .-under such conditions is impossible.  The interests q& Canada East "and West are not distinct and separate, but  mutual. One is> complement io "the other. Either without the other would  bo crippled and all future gro-ft'th and progress retarded. If further' growth  3n population, induction nnd wealth an the West ({eased, what would be the  ���������effect on the industrial life of the Ei*.st? The question supplied its own an-  v swer. Does any sane pWson believe that the Eastern manufacturer would  be-satisfied to colrsider tlia/t he had attained the maximum of businos.s in. tlie  West? Not 101 one moment. But utiles.-- 1924 brings about a marked Improvement 3n Vy"ss1ern conditions, the Eastern manufacturer is not going to  .secure, tlio increased business he desires; an fact, lie can malse up his mind \  that he will get less business  It Is high time the East realized the situation, and gave not only serious j  thought but sympathetic ami active co-operation towards solving Western  prol7-.-ms. We^call them Westera.problems, but they arc essentially Eastern  proble3-ns jis well, because they are national problems, and "upon their early  solution depends- not only the growth- and prosperity of the Wef-t, but of all  Canada. The Dominion can only jrrosper as the West prospers and is  developed. "--,*"-  The financial ami inariufacturing East needs the producing and consum-  s  Just one way now to have pancakes  with thatold-tkneSouthernflavor. Use  ���������r?-  TITe Farmer Has Awvakened-  "Things have reached the point  where nothing discourages a farmer  ruOrO tliau to piCai up n. paper utld S60 -  that the" government Is goh-ig to do  something,, for "liitn.���������Yates' Centre,  Kan., Nc*vs:      """,. " N,"  v  Joint Stiffness Goes,  Swellings Disappear  Pom U ^iBnrl������0^[  &HJUI   *������">  .VM.NTM'UV**  t Jemima  SI Aunt Jemima's famous recipe ready*mixed JP  Newsprinft ^.Exports  be  ISi n      L i i-i i������Vi*  *rt   Olves - Such  Satisfact"on As  Expect . that   Canada   .WilP Soon  Ahead of U.S. in Production  Newsprint ���������  production-" in    Canada  ainounteu* vp 544,820 tons in the nine  ' months ended October l&t, according  llniwersal | *q jj report issued by tbe G-Ovp-r-n-ment  Vbureau of Statistics".     This was an in-  tKVILINE  crease of 145,^47 tons or 18 per cent.  compared.' with"'ihe same, period last  year. .  -   '   ,   ���������  \ J"" Tbe "Dominioni the report pointiTout,  It is the great penetrating power of  is   -Rapidly  reducing  the   lead   of  the  Nerviline that makes it so efficient in ' united States in newsprint production.  .The output of tho "United S4Ates was  The Ultimatum  "Landlady.���������Yoiill have to* pay your  bill or "leave .  Lodger.���������Thanks r       My   last  lady made me do both  land-  Tit-feits.       ������  Husband and Wife  -"1-i.L  ������BUlll  JLt^m.m.S.%-  UCIICUI..  overcoming swelling, stiffness and in  flamma'tion.".; ��������� It rubs InLo the very  core of the pain,' penetrates quickly  through the tissues, and brings a  warm, comforting j-elioE at once. No  liniment compares in pain relieving  power with JSffe-rviline. For the minor  pains and ills that aribe in every fain-  ily" Nerviline" should always be kept  handy on the-shelf. tTse it "for Jtheu-  malfsm. Lumbago, Neuralgia. and  Colds.      35 cents at all dealers.  i^i.  All  Passenger, (on. llnej*).-���������Ts -my  wife  | forward?     Conductor (politely).���������She  wasn't to me, sir!  "���������"*������������������������  lilll  1  only 184,307 tons more than Canada  in the first ..nine months of 1923, as  against 2J0,246 tons greater, output, for  the sanie"periiDd ot 1922. - nt ���������September, ^ Canada produced, 102,i"S6 tons  wliile tho "United States mills ]>roduc-  ed 110,209 tons.  At the present rate of increase 3ri  another year,  it  Is belieyed,  Canada  will bo ahead ot the United States in  [.newsprint    output.      Tho   "supply   of  -pulpwood is diminishing in (������he eastern  states, whiie Canada possesses .almost  unlimited resources of pulp-wood and  \ waterpower' to exploit it.  Mr.   ft.   Si.   Hilaire  Recommends  Dodd's Kidney Pills to AR  Who Suffer.  AGAINST COLDS  'ing agi "cultural. West/and tlif agiicultural V������"esl requijres^ho financial -and  manufacturing- East. Om national railways require the development and  prosperit-f of both, und onlj- through the' prosperity of the national railways  i'.in rato reductions be brought about whicli will benefit all.  "Unquestionably there are pplicK-s, that can bo carried into jmineuiate effect  -hat will prove oi enormous assistance to ihe West without doing an iota  ol harm to the East-���������in 3'act, the advantages accruing to the W&st will redound t-q the benefit"ot,.ttie East. ^ The East must.come to a complete.realization ot this;.fact; istudy^-tJiO'^y.est, and-;! -instead of blocking '.'or del ayl.iig-, these  lrolicle-J:'/j;^ntIiftsIasUcal^v'.''--^3^1'i<''*-t: ahd^erico'virage. their , adoption.��������� '���������' Z  7  On .the other hand, the \yest* auust become more self-reliant.     Western j  people must learn that 'tliey-HSemselves can, and" "must, work together tpwards.I  the :soluiion of many', of their problems.    The people .of the. West "have'..been  regarded  a?  soLf-reliant, e'nergi'itic and'as capable of whole-hea'aHed co-operation,'  I tut:th*- J'act cucriof: be etisguis^d ^l)at iu thesi*- latter years Westerners-have  br-en' too much inclined to b-arTon others,.especially Governmeilits'aii'd legisjii,-  xiony f;<ir tl*e i-olving of j-juny"oi" tlie-ir problems, which, however,..can best,be  solved, tl-.rough Their own' eftVir* .< and, as far as pei,manenc3rj-s';.c������i-ic->rr-ed1|L''can'  . n>"?'sol"������:'d'lrs r:ci oilier way. '.;.'...:.'*-,      "f. '������������������ ������������������'  "���������Ctv-op-rration, not.,n������-c<-;;r-:ai-i)y poiiiically, but in ah economic" ,way bf the  -<-ople ot the West in ban-12k-s tlifdr own problems, and co-operation between  r'nnf, ar.s". V"������-.-it in. ik-.-tlip.t-" with national problems, offers,i'tla'e safe, sane'anil  -nre' rf������Oioi! r.f fidvaBfi-nt- Cr.nadtt far along the path of cTev-elopinent/.q.nd  ,-rw-^pe; 17   duritii-- !f"2 6.      'I'll an co-opera tion can, however, only bo m-aile: e^-  Quebec man who suffered fpom pains  in.tSie back got r-e'lcf immediately  through using  Dodd's Kidney Pills.  East Angus, Que.'��������� CSpecial) ���������  "Both my wife and-myself have v obtained - great i-elie������ through using  Dodd's Kidney Pills."  So says Mr. N. St. Hilaire who lives  in this place. "X took 2 boxes' of  "Dodd's Kidney Pills- for pains in my  kidneys and back and they did me  good immediately. I .always keep a  box in the. bouse. My -wife has ^Iso  used them' and they have done her  much" good, and she is very grateful.  Today v*-~o aro.- quite relieved, -t hanks  to Dodd's Kidney Pills. J recommend  them -to all .who suffer from kidney  trouble and bad back."  Dodd's Kidney Pills stimulate and  strengthen weak.- Iddueys.    " You will  quickly" tliey-begin  "instftrp-- ftf tlio neace and their ball- i l"3" surprised" how  Justices oi tat. peace <iaa,iutu oan  ��������� ^    cloange anCl puriiy, ,to soothe and  tbe   same    time  iffs patrol the iiigllways in* Florida in*  To " guard tlie baby against, colds  nothing can equal Baby's Own Tablets. The Tablets are. a mild laxative,  that will Iceep tho little one's stomach  and bowels working regularly. It is  a recognized fact that where the stomach "and bowel-? are in good order that  colds will not exist;' that the health  of the littlo one will bo good jind that \  ho will thrive and be happy and |*:ood-  naturedi,..-,- The Tablets are sold py  :medicinal-'' dealers or by mail* atr-35  cents a; box/ffrom Tho Dr. Williains'  Medicine: Go.,' 'ErockviUe, Ont.     7^:^    :  autos forming' "rolling courts."  Miller's Worm Powders will drive  worms from the system witljout injury  to the child. -The powders are so  easy  to iake  that the most delicate  heal tTbe'kidne^s, at  backaches and rneumatism disappear.  ' Ask your neighbors if Dodd's Kidney Pills do not make sound kidneys.  .������/,., i.  ,,i .  Extending Canadian Trade _��������� .  For the purpose of extending Cana  stouiach can assimilate them and wel- \ di      t    d   in areece, Turkey and tho  coi-ne^ them as speedy ertsers ot pain,"  because thoy promptly remove the  -worms that cause the .pain, and thus  the suffering of the child is rellcve'd.  Wtth; so sterling a remedy, at hand no  cliild slibiaid suffer' aii; hour "from  worms. : ;:"'���������. .- ";.'" "���������''.   .>  "'      Twine For Alberta Crops   7  .'-,' Approximately 3(>E,-900- miles >of: ;bind-.!  or twine,'...sufficient to|.,:s.tretoh':around1  the.world nearly nineteen times if"it  was. all. 1 iod into one "string, were required, to bind Alberta's 1928 bumpet*  ca-opy*;.:- Alberta's; farmers used'. .S^.OOGff*-  000 {pounds:.Of binder -t'^ine.-,']ast Jye."j.r,  more'"than for severiil^,earsl:     '���������<:"*,.  Swltzj&rlaiid:;ha.s .recently  passed  a  fia-j-". by which' bio ailtomobi] o' will   be'  permitted to-operate iii the    cdnntry  for;-its Alps' unless it is equipped with  tour-^wKeol brakes,': "��������� '."������������������  Eastern Mediterranean,- W. Mcl������.  Clarke, Canadian Trade Commissioiier  at Mijan, Italy, has been instructed to  visit.tlie so countries .and. report on tho  ���������Oppor-tu'rritieis.;'*toi- .'the sale of Canadian,  goodb.-'..';,'-:7--��������� ";- -i;'.; 7;;;'���������.'���������''-���������'"'N-.'.'-..",.;':  About alt you  can say  tor a  fine  Vocabulary is    -that   it   makes   your  f riotuls ;;; blind,    occasionally    as  you  talk/-' -'^i'j':'''...��������� ^   .;:' 7.. v.i,:':,:_.-. ���������,:,>���������',..;.'!.  >.'  1I.-CU".>-   Usi'D'.^-:*  ijt.ti-r i������n':���������-}<-<'.������;;"-'t  ,:f,ts-, nr-\ 7,r * "->  r:uu.!ul t-n-lf-i-.'-turuling, the abandonment of old-time prejud-  und all s-ecti^iaal .l^alousios. Thede mnst: be replaced hy a  und a rfuV ������:t*i<>rtal'.Mpiril. and usplralion which think-������ and  !���������".:���������-- fiion*-- Tinr )or the WoBtT(lrm������% but for Canada. " ;"'  A Medical���������M-aryel,  Alfred Davis has-.bepiie'livtng 1������  yo.ars. with a broken n'ock. :_;'''Tet '.ho Js  oue'bf'the most choorful patients of  tbe Portsmouth (England) ' Innranary  evon though he is forced, to- spend liis  j-dfiys in a Wheel chair.- iio .'received  the injury in a fall from a Kcaffold;  ������TI    ".li'-r    <���������  i'li.<-'li-V"-li'������-*  is n'������". " ''"'"j'  i i.j..kt ii- <���������������������������>  i-liOCpi'-i'.  1 Si."  (..-I  Hi       11 I i  .IK..')  ���������'.lit'-:*  > i iri rj������.      U'hen  Aslj'-'V'illlr  an  t;  'limr.-  l.tinK...,   li������v  ;i.:'M.i   goats*  -a man findK  -���������.7y   I'xihs  The Modern Wdy-  "Mi.sri,   rriniTn,---'i'And   whnt  dolriM tlie.se-days, Colonel?"  (T'olcn.'-l  f.'rnbb.���������'Tm  bn*-y  ure-, you  working  niy hon'.-i way through'college,"  ������u.  "My Heart'WowSdl Palpitate,  Mr*, t, Whiting, 202 Kin-p St. W������st, Rrockvalle, Ont..  'wjrSiwii *������������������'  "I toolc very ^iclc witii my uervci etnc3 Htocvuadi, and seemed- to  be all run down. At times my Heart would flutter and palpitate  ...JL  1. J. II. ��������� -t '.' K  u  my  fr Harmless Substitute for CastSr pi'/ i-aregoric^ -Drops  ''������������������������������������'���������-and Soothing Syrups --- No ("ar^iGs!     <  Hypoerlsy    often    p.arados  unll'orni of humility. *  iii    'tho  Mother!"';. ���������S'letcher'H - Castoria. lias  been in uso 1*ii>i;'over SO years to a*o-'  Hfevo babies arid children of Qdnstipny;  Hon,, , Fiatuloncy, Wlriyi Colic find  Diarrhoea; allaying Fevorlslmos-? nrlis-  .Ingvthovel'rbm, .and, ,by regulating tlio \  StohiacVnnd Bowels, aids tho aaalml--r  latio'n dt Pood;   giving .natural sleep  without bplatesr/   The gonulno boara  signature ot .  Many mothers havo reason to bloss  Mother  Crave"-' Worm "Kixtermlnatotvi  becnusd It has vol loved the Uttlo onos  of suffering snid xnade thorn healthy.  go    ������ad    I    would    talce  ch  sucn  weak    spelli    in  jioy   utomacli  i\vo pit' off  iitait S 4&me-  timefl thought I would  never sjel belter. I had  alrnoit Kiven nap hope when  ft. friend advised ihe use  of Dr. Cha-e'u Nerve F-otod.  I did not -top- until 1 had  taken lw������nty-ffav"- boxes. St  ha������ clone woii-dtri- for mo  aind 1 want to t������commend  it t������ tvaty$t\<ti**  Good Reason For bjslike  Sb-ler'H Suitor.���������How is U������ .lohunlo,  that you havo Bnoh-"a.'tllsliko to raoY  l have novoV done anything to doservo  it. .'"��������� "    . .  Johnnie.��������� Ve-i,    you    hnvo.      Wlmn  you como to s-oo our Kato Bhp i>uts tho.|  clock back, and It rn^ikoa me Into for.  school, and I gel thrashed.  Minarcl'B  Llrtiinent He-alts Cuta  ���������THe Purmttr'c Friend '  ^������m-"--\! wlfo���������-t wlHb, Abnor, yon  would kill h chickon Jor dlnrior today.  Aimer.���������Oh, witlt a while. Maybo  r.no" u" lliiun autoinoblloR will como  nlong,--TtoHlon Tfans<*rl*4,- >.  ���������WOll ���������,������ikmto,<vm.mmmi,mlmm~*.mfm*m,mmm  You xuj-,-01- can,.Lull. 32vcU a, iti.au  of iron inuy look a bit 'runty.  Jb^il^  FKEE  ^^j^yw���������ufir   ^l.   jmt'i&m������t***tiM*flL,A ^**NJ  ��������� ���������  -      -  i  mi mi lUHiiiii   ,aiM4iM*aM>4M*--tM-|*t  mT IM j" MuSr   ������Ej#   bm* ���������  Hu^gk.   MbM^K.     imrnVmrn Ntttllltite  .WBjMJa E_v _jj H saTa  m Cent* ft- hwt, *M A******, or 3Cd-������-u-*oA, Ttmm M Co., U&.t To-r������>n<<c*  keep   ivl*-i.������<ui t> L*t*Uuui>*.  -r^.; -5'eTO:ci::-'--:r!-j'":'^7i~  nmM-iHts-j^fK^I wh-Hi,V.'.-W-(- ������!'*.,-.*������g ^.)M^<,���������^r^. ii4,.i.:.V������^'HW-ilw-H,"-v-^. ^-^MilLj..'i'S)i1vl.'...if.���������<���������������������������������������������&*���������  ^mp&^JB%rWfe^^  (I*V-|P   JL��������� M ',' '   > W* 'i r**  ^ i ^"l"^'' ^-������ &������ ���������   "���������*������** | "flkaw^       0  ���������^^'^���������"���������^���������fl^WfflKPjJtll  \\'7" N.""U."    IMG  Under which Zodiac  SI qui were you born?  \Vhat  are   your  opportunities li\  life, your future pros-  poets, happiness in marr-iaae, fi^eods,  enemies,  oucceDO  In  ail  undertaUln-16  and many other vital questions as Indicated by ASTROLOGY, t5������������t'MOi,l ancient and  Interesting'-science  of  Ida-  ;-.tory? ';- ���������  "Wfiri-   yoti   T.oi'i*..''mulftr   a   lucky   -itar?  ���������'.������ I will inil you vfr������<>, tlio, nto-if IntorontlnR  ,. j-.s.trolojslt.'-u linltixpri-tuUon of 1Uo Koillac  BJ������n you ivew born  uiulor.  7;/Simply Hr-nd ������mlo tho oxaet date of your  birth In your own hau-lwrltin'*. To cov-  <��������������������������������� t<rvHl of 'DilK-'i'totleo ami i������oh1cik������*, eucloite  twelve conta In mriy lorm-uml your ti*act  num..i anil, uduii-w*. Y.mr nfit --(���������"&,';-������:',id tr������-  tfti'T-i-oUUl<*n will bo written in plain Ian-  Ktmhi- iiml j-������';nt lo you tiaeuruly fieixCcd and  poHtpuld. A wroiit -uirpi-lau iavu������l������ yout  Do hot -frill to send Dlrtlidat-i nrul tO'#-n-  close 1Kc. Print name' and .-idttkes* to  avoid delay I" .mwlllna.  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A recess* iimsncas-'-'visisor \o
*rn "Canada, speaking of the prodigal
-waste of natural resources which had
occurred in bis. own country, -, cited
Canada as a land ol! opportunity. in
still having these vast storehou
But Canadians can take - no cr<
for this "uniess\ warning is -taken
from United States.' experience and
development is not allowed to degenerate into exploitation.
. A case in point is "the Eur trade.
>*.��������-��� ���   tfmi    VCVi^Vi f
���I    ~
tar|o has also set .aside large areas as
putilic parks and game, reserves.���
Fret* Press. _
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Advance In-Medical Science
New    Blood   Transfusioev   Method
Termed a Success -l
A new method of blood transfusion
for treating  cases  of  septicaemia- is
j being successfully used- at St. Mary's
J. H. E. Anthony, curator of mam- j Hospital,    London,    says the London
mals in the American Museum of;
Natural ���His-toryV in---.'bulletin recently issued", declares that there is dan-,
ger of extermination of mammals Jwlth
particular reference" to "'slaughter. for
furs. In the course of his statement,,
he says: . ~
"The greatest destructiojpuJifts come
only' lii recent years. For instance,
to cite "the demands of-the fur trade
and'to give you at' the outset one of
ihe best indices as.-to the rate of destruction, I might mention some figures
gleaned from the records of 1919, 1920
���uuu     -JUj7~-L     5Ji     =i
centres    wnere     itira
Discounting the <futal    to    allow    for
repetition, s-|fch as    might    occur    if
"skins -w<**-e taken*I'rom one market to
another or held in cold, slorage awaiting a* more' favorable "dpportunitj" "for
. sale, I found that, a total of abut 100,-
000,000-mammals had been marketed
In thcftse three odd" years,'representing
about-tntr't-)'-odd mamnial' types.   -.    .
"When all these types    have    been
killed off, owing, to the.greed of the
appetites of man", they-.can never be
replaced���President   Osborne   (of_ the
,. museum) .says that fifty yearsThence
will see the close'of the age' of :"mam-
mals,    and    I    have "beard nujiierous
others v substantiate    that    assertion.
Surely~i,t is no exaggeration'   to   .say
one hundred years.'-"".
.  Mi".    Anthony- aiames    as two anca-
sures against this, game refuges'which
are carefully protected, and education
of people,      ISe���continues:"",. 7  ^'
"There is also the question of .moderation in the use of mammal products.
Elephants have been wiped out "in "Af1
rica largely ^ because of . the demand
for ivory. The unlimited use of
"mammal products lfcas-'o��ten- been the
cause of tho- downfall-of different
species. It was the liido hunter who
swept the buffalo at'o"m cur plains, and
it was the deniau/cL-for. oil that reduced
the numbers of oui'" seals,"
Mr. Anthony's strictures apply td
Canada, as witness the paragraph, in
the Canada Yeas.' Book referrinjg- to
our fur trade: _. ������
"Improved'meLLiods..rot- capture,-, together with the  "adyahee- -of    Settlement,    havo    driven .tur-beariflg animals' farther ^afield and    given"   them
'less chance toeacape. ""*"""
"Close seasons have been declared
for Russian sable, Bolivian chinchilla
and- Canadian heaver, but oven this
lias been,insufftelent, "as is shown by
a continued, decrease1'in the numbers;
of the animals."
Canadians may reflect with gratitude that the federal .government has
from tlmo to time set aside national
parka which are also ^gamo refuge?-,
notably *at BaaJS and Jasper. There
also aro tho .Buffalo Park- at Waln-
��� wright, and tlio refuge recently declared at Fort 'Smith, where the herd
Daily, Mail. "" It is the invention of, the
famous pathologist. Sir Almroth
Wright. Dr. Wright found, during
the"v*-ar, that simple-transfusion was
useless in desperate cases of-septicaemia * and adopted*, a plaa of drawing
the blood off a healthy person,. Inoculating it with vaccine to increase its
power of killing microbes, and then
injecting it- into the patient. -. From
this developed the improved method,
namely s th��% inoculation of a healthy
blood donor with vaccine and then
when this person's blood has manu-
.: acnurcix *x j5.rgo Quauiity ui 3iii-eio.Dt5-
killing substances, drawing from xhis
stream for -injection. The results *so
far obtained can only be regarded as
v*-eological Histoj-y Of The
mf~** 1*
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s"S "STl ��S��?
Ci;iGii~o's sli^Ut ,ror
TS-t^-rj    ��.
and_Canada"s fight for maintenance of
the present levels of the "Great Lakes
raise rhe interesting question of iiie
history of' tho Great "Lakes .and the
changes that' have taken place under-
natural conditions during the past few-
thousand yearsi since the disappearance  of the glaciers  of the ice  age.
. mr fc������^. juui <��.���(. lb
How Birds Prove a Factor in Successful Farming" - ����
. A well-Enovn naxuraisst, we are
told in the annual,report of, the Long
-Island Bird Club, estimates that in
Nebraska 170 carloads of insects are
consumed by the birds every 24 hours.
says a statement    by   the- geological \ The "report also says that in Now York
.survey, department of mines, Ottawa. | State it is believed that the birds des-
Studies of the' raised or abandoned I troy- more 'than 2,000,000  bushels ot
beaches which occur--at-many, places j noxious insects each season.      Esag-
arpund the margins    of    the    Great| gerated though these figures may be.
B. Smith, ilanaglrig Director of The-
Daily. Tiaies-Journal.
Fort   William,
IfSie.; Farmer's Helpers
Research -  and     Experimental    Work
~   Done by .Aericisiiurai Coiieges
The convention.of croj> experts now
affords tho Edmonton Bulletin an -opportunity to  pay a timely  tribute to
the j-vork ,��f the scientist, who' In late
' '   _  *.__ Ly:~.i. �� ->.._  _��^��������
(."Lakes and the old outlet channels con- |
nected with these beaches show that
t��*t;j.��   isctvo   uccu  4XltX.u.y    ^xicvi��g^;��5   J.U.   .ixiS
tsize of tli*e lakes and that the -orinci-
pal outlet has been shifted from one
place to another, though the main outlet of Erie and tlie upper lakes has remained' at Niagara,. throughout the
"grater part of the,time (probably
20^000 to 30,000 years) sinco the disappearance, of the ico sheets from the
southern part or tho Greaf> "Cakes region.      ���    -
yet wise is Ihe farmer who, by provid-
mgrihem nesting-places and by planting the trees "and shrubbery about his
fjtno 'whose friJits ?<ttT**cts 13**3 l*!^*1.
wins them as his friends and helpers J
���Our Dumb Animals.
-a --- -^.San Mfa
=^5r t- fc if c��S
Natives of Baffin Land Have a Simple
"System  That Serves the Purpose
Natives  of Baffin Land until quite
{recently had no sjystem.    of   .writing.
VU*-\"       W^J ������ tj-. -:
a beginning,. says the newspaper, but i
physicians are' building
new method. ~- "
much on the
Separation, Esit No Alisnony
A   peaceful,   quiet   separation,
damage done, - everybody happy again  c
���that's    the     situation'  when    you   i
years has been' turning his attention
to-the.problem of producing more and
better crops. The results he has already achieved, ntust make his further
effort along that line a matter of keen
���public Interest- -'This especially In a
new country, where climatic and other
conditions-differ markedly from those
in tlie older portions of the continent.
divoree  your  corns.       Try   Putnam's
Corn Extractor.   * Acts like- magic, no
pain, no failure,  success .every time.-
Eefuse. a   substitute   for --""Putnam's,
25c evffrywiiere.'. -    --        -' *  - -
Natural  Resources .PsslEelin
We arc' as yet only finding out what
can be grown successfully in Alberta.
And the -wide range of soil quality, altitude' antl latitude- provide problems
without end? as to* methods, of cultivation, asd crops particularly adapted to
-*QTh��- farmers may
-the whole of the Great Lakes region
"gradually' melted back toward the
north and for a time blocked the upper, part of the St, "Lawrence valley,
thus ponding the waters, in the Lake
Ontariq^asin. The overflow, during
this early stage of the Great Lakes���
which, however, were nuich... smaller
than-at present, because a, large part
of the basins were occupied, by "the ice
sheet���was southward by was- of the
Hudson yaKey to the sea., - The ffbw
at Niagara" during this  stage is  esti-
Uu? a Canadian missionary has at lata*.
- - _   - - - -- -   -y
{ different- districts
Enormous Areas Depleted of Trees to j look with strongeonfidence to the ex-
.perts  to  help  them  in  solving these
questions and to suggest lines of production   and   niethodjs   of   cultivation
and. crop management likely to bring
profitable results. t    Research and ex-.
peri-mental wor"k>4lo"""-e->-by agricultural
colleges   and   government   specialists
has revdlutionizelf agriculture in many
sections of the* continent during the
Ja'st two decades. *  Equally energetic
service is being rendered by tho trained nurses in the employ of the several
provinces as well as the Federal* K^oy-
ernment.   . Much has already beefi/aer
complished, but.it is only an inue^x of
what    will    be achieved.���Moose Jaw
Times. ���
Provide Pulpwood   * *
.The Natural- Resources;- Intelligence
Serviee of the Department of the Interior at Ottawa,, says:���*- - '   - '
T"-- provide" the woodpulp-,"tlka;t is ber
ing cut in-Canada,-and that figures so
largely . in. our -.jffanufactures . of - pulp"
and paper and their export, it"is neces-
sary_to cat over 6,000 acres-of forests'
daily. The demand, also' is constantly increasing, as,additional.milLs with
their huge paper-making machines,
are brought into. opet3.L.ion. .It is
hard to picture in- the rnind the enor:
luous areas that are being depleted of
trees,, to provide this putpwoad. Tho
average farm in" Eastern Canada" contains 100 acres, and in the west 160
���acres. ' To supply the daily cut of
pulpwood in^ Canada an. aTefei equal, to
,ten eastern Xarmsot oyer six western
-farms Is.' out' over.. "-Anyone jrith
these figures in. mind can be frusted
to be sufficiently interested ln the' for-
"ests to protect them-from tho dangers
of fire. .     '.-. - .'C^
melted back farther toward- the north
the Trent valley outlet was uncovered
invented for their benefit a system oi
phonetic writing-. Each character
represents a syllaBle, hence no spelling Is required. This ��� system has
been quickly mastered by the Baffin-
landers, who now- freely write letters
to- their friends and hand.them bver
-fbr delivery to axryone' taking a journey in the desired direction.x The letters always reach their destination because"' the postman at his first bleeping^--place invariably reads them aii
through-       In  this   way, - if  a   letter
mated to have been only 2o per cent... _    . , ,    .  ,,_ ..-w-. r     ^-u^^.
. ., "   . ,.       ������      \,   ��� ,        /.    i ������ happens to get lost th*y**5ne for whom
of tho present.      When the ice sheet I-,,  :.=    --, -        *, , .^,  ., v^
,   ,   -       J_    it is intended receives the .missive by
word of mouth.
Ui��Ti    iW    UEitl    O.S     LlLtU    IcLtiSi    *4JL    (.uta   -t-G- i
Alberta Homesteads
gion was at that time lower than the
Port Hurqn outlet tho main drainage
of the upper Great Lakes was divert- j ?raru8 Being Taken Up By Native-Born
ed dbSvn."-"the Trent valley t6 the On
tario basin and thence to the sea. At
a somewhat later stage a part of tho
drainage escaped by -way oE the Chicago outlet to the Mississippi valley
and at a still later stage nearly all the.
drainage of the upper, lakes went by
-According to statistics .compiled.by
the Edmonton Dominion Land Ofiiee it
is interesting to note that homesteads
are now being taken Tip by a number
of men born in Alberta. These, In
the main, ai:e the sons of Galieian im-
tawa valley to the .Champlain Sea,
which then occupied ,the*-lower parts
'of the Ottawa and St. Lawrence val-
c * -
leys.     During the times;
way of North Bay and down the. Oc:  migrants-, who apparently aim to fol-
Mr. II, A. R^Lil^^IJppe-.- MUBqubdb-
holt, N.S., wrltos:���"I am very thankful for the benelit I havo received by
using Milburn's JHt>art and Nei-ve Pills,
" When I en mo homo from overflens;
in 1020r'-;..'.-My\'l^att.V''>'V'!t-s veiy badly
nffwted by t-bn-iupiflion,' nnd my nRrvos
.���wore a dread fill \yrecl<. I, was very
short winded, and could not possibly
sleep at night, fin fact, 1 wan In such
a condition I felt aa If I did not wish
anyone to fipcalc to mo. '��� 't thought I
would try MllUw.rti'H 'Heart and Nerve
Pills, and before I 'Had taken two boxes
I cou!4 enjoy ��. koocI night's rest ns
xvell an .anyone." ;
.T3ior��i am lu-lJii of ix-J.uui��,'d m-.-n Mho
arc ruffcrlng tho #nmo an 1 did, and I
feel sura If tU��y. wouhl only txy MU-
liurts'-" 3Ic-r��vt aiiht N��Vrwv* 'Pills thoy will
receive tho waraft rell^C that I havo."
Prlco C0��*. a box tefc all dealars, or
niailod direct on receipt of prl��ovby
The T. MHburn Co., Limited, Toronto,
��:si::-Jiraiy'i::::',rrrrT::!:r;;,.l'::;rvr:::.:i?:.lv:^^li:il^.::.li r'.rr.i;,-*!
.Alberta Crops " - -,
The value of nil crops in Alberta,
Including: root, vegetables^ alfalfa and
other fodder crops, is conservatively
estimated at--$100,6-12,204. u -The valuo
of dairy products Is $150,488,519, .and
livestock $112,601,132. Takjlng the
population of Alberta as 650,000, if the
province's wealth .wore divided up-
���equally, every man,' woman and child
in tho province would receive-approximately $<)00. : . "        K
Reglna Building Fl-jur��s    -      .
Tho past year lias Been tho addition
of   3,813 >.new,, reeidence-j. tn Ileglna,
Tho valuation of;thbgo no"W)hotuefl is
about   pne-half   of   .tlie j-on-'.s'entlro
bulking'programme.      .-,_ .
. Attitude Of Rome
m, i    mm* mm
Vatican Keeps Outside.of the Reunjon
(    \   ' 'm     Discussion
Tho London Daily  News,  speaking
of Rome's attitude with regard to thoj
conferences on church reunion-which
were .held at Malines and were initiated *by Cardiual Mercler and somo few
Anglicaiis, as referred to by (he Archbishop of Canterbury   in   his   Christmas' message from  Lambeth Palace,
says that a'high prelate" of the Vatican declared.: "Thoso discussions are
quite unofficial, so far as the Vatican
Is /concerned. *"Tho,  Vatican,. while
Wishing well to such efforts, remains
outside,    Tho two points of view aro
very far apavt.     With   such   differences #nn   agreement is difficult, and
the Vatican Itself ureters'to keep out
of any conversations   aiming   at   reunion,   unless   the   Anglicans   really
want more tlum Hipiplo friendship-between tho churches and are;willing to
recognize  tho: suprerho" irelJgtous   authorities of tha Pope. 7 ��� ;.:7
K.    ��r.
i ����"��*;
���   :- ''���'''���'���A' GoOdi1iHbueelceepior.'''.''.'',:''.''':'''
"Doesr   your   wife > know   how . tb
keop'hou^er'..',- ,���'- >;'..' . i. \ -''.;',.'::- ���]A'.  ���:,���
; ,".You''  b-it!-.    ',Shc_'���' 'pruvuiituvl ."m*v
from lnortgaging oura W buy aivfiuto-'
mobile,'!���Buffalo Coramqvclal;
(',',..';"  a PhiiosQisMer"ill": v.,'.;,'.;/...,.
,.��� ,.'J"You.    don't   :so'om;;:tb..bbtli.Gv much
about the-'futurb.-'Jbn^a.'*'., 71; ���
'"'Mo:'.', that; never "voii'Ian; 'ano; until
'.it   - hcwUMti     tTn..-  * pr��.,.i-.-��'i.'"-'���-Uio.stoM
Tranncriut-  '���'''."   ,','"'
. Of Cour-ie
(at a loss to dltiKuotio tho
the-*Trent outlet-and later at "the-North
Bay outlet, the flow at Niagara is'.estimated to li&vo been only 1C.per cent.
of the.present' flow: ' The' outflow at
Chicago was probably 'very small. The,
shifting "of the main outlet*from one
place tojmother was-uiicr.'par-tly tp the
un-eovering "by_the..ice���as i\ melted
back���of outlet channels lower than
the' more- southerly outlets" and partly
to uplift -or -,tiltiug of .the. land, the
amount of'uplift-being 'greater in tile
north*^hap sn'the south. Uplift went
on a,'s the ice., eheet^gradually melted
and is- genepal-ly'lveld to have been due
to removal: 6E1 tlie' burden of the ice
she^t.-froin tli-3,"land surface.
Srfiiie ���: parts of the Niagara gorge
aro ,qulEb"different ln general character and " size ; from other parts.
Tliq ���n.'a.rro-'v - parts are-probably duo
to tho snia.il outflows- duringi-tho times
of'-ttfvors^oii^oE tiro,'flow of tlws upper
lalfcf, b^Ayay of the Trent and North
Bay -butletc-'i. Tho upper great gorge
2*,{j; miles long was formed, during tho
tlmo that thb present flow has been
maintained and since tlio diversion oi
tho flo^jr-from tho North Bay outlet
bacic.^ Judg-
���Ingf }>y7 tiu*!'" ratO;::of '���' rccesBibiiV - oE,: Nlrt; v, ,
-j^ji^iall,ia';iBittcb b'e-
lwben:|3j000:';aii^!;:'.3��5bo years< to. form
the w&eiii gbrgo.;   - .7 .  .     ���
low in .the sucoedsful footsteps of tlaeir
parents from - the old lands. " In No-
veifebeij homesteads were filed on by
ths following 3iation"ilities * Canadian
New Zbalanders, ^American, English,
Swede, Pole, Galieian, German and
' ..Heredity, as we understand it, is
whac makes a,boy get all his-bad qualities from the father's side of th��v
house.���Bochester- *iines-l"nlon.
The Roman Catholic nuns in tht*:
world are alleged by a*Statistician to
number niijirV. ���17'5,000. ,
HU"! lillll
Beware of Imitations!
caflb),-���Er���do you lend a "shut up"
.'iifo?.'''.'';'���,���'������'        '.������'      ;���.''���''������'; -.- -
'-. .Patlont,���-Y��ia,  doctor���you soo   I'm
a 'married man.���London .Mall.
11   i. I'm.1 "11 1 1 ' 'I".	
(JouipreflHcd air ahovt-lfl ,;hd-y">Ttoeon
found  groat jlmb savors���'-in. cmnipbd
piaco-j. ', '".'   7 ; -.;;.;.,   ,':,' '^'.:.:['\:-\"Y":.
n1Uu I  p!! Lo
Aro often dangci-oufl. Rub well
With Mlnard'i. '"It enses' pnin
and heals. -
Then?   are
group.  -1   ���..-,
200  l��l��mJft. '3,n,tln>  FIJI
' .������.^.*':-!;,'���'.: poMli-ji.i1.From Diab^tea
Dtiatlis from illabotea in tlio "United
StatoH shoxved a eohj-iderabh! increase
lasj- your,,It'was^shown-by.ccneui"'uur-
cau1 statlBtics. There were 3L7fc182
doatlm from dlnbctoa in 1922, co'mpar-
ou wlUi 11,033 In 1921. and "ti,^��2 In
1020. Tlio death rate JTronx the dts-
oaao ,wna 18.-1 per 7100,000 population
I'ft&fc yoaiv compared with lfi.S iii l��21
nV*! 1*1.1 ln''1��?o,
Unless you see tho ���-Bayer Crofts" on
packas-e or on tablets you are not getting the genuine Bayer Aspirin proved
&afc by uiiikioUH and preset Jbed by
physicians over twenty-three years for
Colda Headache
''Toothache 7 l.umb-vgo
Keurltla l"theuumti->m'
|        . Ncui-alg-in l'Hln, jJnln
I Aecept '*Ithy-er Tablets of AfDiriu"
j onb*. Each unbroken package eon-
| laid.-; proven dlr-.cllon:-!. Handy boxe.-i
. oi. fvwlva tt.b!<::1,- cast 1V:n- c.-:-.tf-. Druj--
glBlis silt-o fi-'ll bottles of 24 ami 10��>,
nUiAf+nt j Aspirin lfl tlio trade naik (reg Ik tore* I
.    .    u't"orcnc fa CtDftt'a)  of B-ry*v Manufacture or
tfuy.~--Avul Hlio'a going to nuut-y that | Wrtl30aceticaci.tester   of . dalluyllcftchi.
Count do Bunlccm?    Why. ahe'a a elrl j while u is. vrell known that AHpiilrt
xVho can read & man   lUce   a   book; t m����Ln��   Bnyor   nutmifacture, to a��8li*t
can't Abe ��ee he'a not of the be&n        �� ^*-w l^Mtc aftnlnst Imitations, the Tab-
������.  Glrl.r-Pk'obabSy  thl^  time *-h��-
earofl abowt iv-nrtlng the <I��T<-.
,..��,.- l��ta of Bayer Company will bo fttamp-
���" I ��-��l -orRh their K<-n��<ral trade m.urk, iha
\ "'ii-Kvr Croff.*'
��� *
Bi uu 1 v ~im.m*mmmm*mmm#m 1*  BHS  ',      ;.-  ������*s=ac?=  THE  CBEST������2f  BEYIEW  Local and Personal  j i.:   u.i csdujum ugi  Fob  Saws���������Team  H. Carr.  disc,    &S5.   Jas.  Pruning saw blades at 35 cents each  at Mawson Bros.  Wanted���������Wagner apple*..' R������ B.  McKeown, Fernie, B.C.  FroR. SAT.H KAWn    COS"     ������ss 1~=������;>i     "==5  good shape.   Isnquire Hevtew Gmce.  Mawsbn" Bros, aro clearing- the balance of their stock of pruning- saws at  91.85.  The balance of tbe local ice supply is  being pu������ in this,week, and is coming  Moyie.  Fes Sai^s���������Democrat in good shape.  Can he seen at H. W. McDonald's,  Creesfon.  See'the Country Club Mah Jong sets  on .sale"1 at .. beattie-Oatway, "Ltd.  Pries������. $18. .  Creston17 school goes "back  '  Ladi  Work guaranteed and prices reasonable. Miss King, at Mrs. jlayden'a,  Victoria Ave. ���������  sfpgp Qm j���������_ ana Miss Maf-wsffits  Benney were visitors with Cranbrook  friends a. few days last week, rRtara-  ing on *������si*>day.  Public schooi inspector Manning ol  ST*^.  ���������s.-_���������.���������?,  s��������� h.M ������*������������������ ..������.     ������A*-.,������S.������1     wrSa'tr  this week on 4aia usual spring  visit to  the local seat of learning.  For Saxjs���������Mahogany dressiia*-'  table, Davenport, oak Jibrary table,  child!s iron cot������ two cane bottom  chairs.    W. H. ILemp, "Sricksb*-".  Foa Sajejeb���������Team' of horses, miich*  eows, implements, household fssns-  ifcure. i>aving for Alberta, and W.U  sell everything.   C. Olsen, Creston*  o'clock ������passing en  to   tbe 9  on -Mon-  4%-f EDOHraiB*-*.  Mrs. M. J. Bellinger returned - on  Friday .from a thtee weeks' visit with  friends in Nelson.  Fresh shipment, of MniE-'s chocolates  just arrives!, price 15 '.  Beattie-Oatway, "Ltd.  weather condition^ stiSl  prevail, but there'is stillf enough chill  in the atmosphere, to prevent~tbo-early  growth in the ^i-ghairds with possible damage from the cold dip which  the weather guessers are still predict-  Sssg- -    Zs V "  TV ��������� "-1   *        .' '  Posters are *if������ for. -auction, snie of  cattle, horses ana sheep, atMcOreatb'a  li-ves-y barn* an -.fiatnr-riay afteraoDn.  March 1st. .Anso-ag-st' t&he caitle are  *M>*-ne-Jerseys, and the lot of horses in-  etudes so'nas likely'work animals. The  sale is at.2 o'clock.  ������w������ xungujra,   n uu win  ucrviciijfec*  keeper at the L-Bank of. Commerce the  past six mob th?-, has been transferred  %xs Sielson, and aefs os Sussssy-ss-* &isk������  up w-ork in the branch J in SSsat city.  The young people gave him-send oft  parties o������ Friday and Saturday nighe,  feature.  [   " MaUhew - Wilson Of KelOwn-i, Hqnt-  omoiai - visit  on  -. IL.-. J    ,_    ���������_.������-i   directors  of  Crea���������on  nts per pound.  The March meeting of the  teriatt "Ladies* Aid will be held at fcfce  home of ' Mrs. 'Geo. Johnson at 3  o'clock. Friday afternoon, March 7th.  Due, it is stated, to heavy imports  of U.S. ������*gg8 at Crow line points _the  price of local hen fruit dropped io-*������  cents a dozen at.the end of the weeks  Lost���������On Friday, Feb, 22nd,' .between Ci-eston school and pot.fcoffi.ee,  io%vs?E" half of fountain pen.' Find*-"*"  leave at Review Office' aha  receive re  in a  ������>__>    .,  t'.CU    HkTUikUiaU   ut  #1 _u 1.  weekend visitor here with his brother,  JB.-vRicmMr-c  Mr. and M-*s., Darby of Spring .Coulee, Alberta, are 'Creston visitors .tlHS  ������jveek with Oorp. and Mrs. Smith of  th* R.O.M.F. Mr.; Darby is one of  the well-known' ranchers of Southern  Alberta and is'' spending part of  honeynaobu Erlp at B.C. points.   ~  President C B. Garland and Messrs.  C. 6, "Bennett and O. Q.  on Monday for kelson, where leb^y a*ce  representing the Oreston b*������Hrd of  ta&u&a nft'-fche iB������-inHs*.l <>finVer*t^'^i-* of *-Ke  associated hoards' of trade o? SSastefrsa  ������c,.C;--w������ liliih wn������ in . B*5ssxoii  and Wednesday.  ������c*3,- was iasse on- an-  with   th6  Th*: w-ttenitt-S: of tbe ladies ia direui-  ed tti the front-page annouaceEnent- of  a. series of .united7Wednesday after-  J.*** " u ��������� -W. (������������������>*"' (-!<*--'*���������������������������  which ^vill be held in the Pi-E-isb Hall  at3bTclock durirTg March" and April.  and'which   villi   be" addressed  alter-  at whicfodifcncing.was tlte butstanHing  naSfeS^by R������vs, '0/ E-**te>r^|0 A^JAmes  wlk'ac -At������-aV a#   lbT-aiBJB-t-a* %j+  FOR   8AL.&���������I   have a" few  ���������2b    v-r. sou jRsrsi.  ward.  -   HAY  tons i*������ *>p������r������-  -it   u-^vciu    Muiuuuy    ii*fj  from the car, $15   SM*r ton; ear ezpect-  Creston.  H. ������*. Ss*li2Ssis������a:"'of  ���������Si&ia sgeeit for', ibe" K<K>tehavs,' was  here on an official visit' S:.turday, attending a liquor prosecution.. by the  Indians in the policje .court that night.  "��������� * ^J"s_j  ��������� #m������     ������������     ���������������������* i.   J*s  19ii2  Fruit Growers-Union* Lisaited. regard-  ing payiuenfe of the |ndgn%ent s-eeently  obtained against" the Union. No particulars nave xt&ixx given out butjife in  iikeiy the Union growers will be called  tugetheir>at a very early ^date .and tna  the | Whnle- xuatter subntitted to them  . B. "G. Stdjuart of Vernon,   and,   CpL  debtt-of Salmon Arm, two of the 1B24  directo-ps. of the  As-K>cut.tedV Gi-ouSe-rs  Rodg^rs left- ^ n^^- ���������.eR. hm^   _a   ^   inapaetion  visit at she thst of tbe week,  and during .-tbeii- stag1 Were'in cobferencfe wifch  V*.      .������������._.m&���������.,^   .^is- rs. .a-^.^,     S7-���������..ifr     rfTS.������. ....  ers* Union> Th* former held the pos-  St-i������!i. ot- general managep. of the  Associated last year, and * is quite  optigiiisiic'that'-with their i������28 ^xpeg*i-  ence to guide tbean a bettei,* -showing  will be made this year; . ^ - - -  The-turnout was on- the small side  and H. Varley.; Thp inusic janiil besn  keeping wish- tne services.  -������. . ^    ~ ...     ������.������#.. jk ���������������. ���������  S.T0. -      <3kS������     WOiuvu.    ������n> _*U-  vited, an'd a  hearty  wel*$6me  awaits  them.    '' -.-.''- *   -  -*-������_     4T*..m  ���������������������������*        '  ...  zne  -n-t������nt  laaics^ *n������������rB5Bw-u  4n   JUltSBUMy  A -meeting, or  WW.--WI   ���������vj *!%��������� "���������-"������������������ ������-'J      *-������������*S  pnopqsed Oha * ter, of tlpes '* 'OrSer- of in������  Basft-rn Star wiis held at the'-Masobic  Hull on Wednesday, night,, at whieh  M--S, Ben&iey and Miss Brett, nae-aabers  of the order, very freeiy dissussedi wifchr>  them the advantages  of" tbe,. .socifety/  and the. steps necessary to b������ token to  have a- chapter -t^uburiy.- o������-ganu*ed.  Those present wet*a 'ouits [teMeis with  the order and are undertaklsi^- to  In-,  terest others,   and anofehps*  ---'"beheld *$est'-Rsosth tc  *..  with the.tprmation of a cfeapteje if, tbe  xequisite^number of:cha-r^iTw-ea--bers  are  JA.S..C m/������.l3������-   %���������.���������  RA.V���������Few tons of loose clover hay  forcale. well cured, &II*'ar ton" at the  stack.-  R. Ijaznont, Creston.  Mrs. Jessie Lewis, teacher of piano  forte, Royal Acad<-tny of Music, Lon  don,* Lamont Bldg., Creston.  H.. Dowling arrived from Nelson on  Sunday to take the tKmition of ledger-  keeper at the Bank of Commerce.  Miss "Wade - of >.the public school  teaching staff was a week-end visitor  in Spokane, returning on Sunday.  Miss.^Nellie Wilson ������yas- a visitor  with "Spokane f i-iends a few days the  past week, returning on   Wednesday,  Miss FifiBe Arrowsmith, who has  been a visitor with Spokane friends  tbe past month, returned on  Sunday.  John Ryckman left.on  Wednesday  IJ.P., but due to insufiScient evsdence   . . ���������     the accused ^ad to to3i*rah-sed7  tary Walnssley's    office   on   Monday}  nighl", October 1st. 2nd-and'3rd were}  Church   are" annbunceil    as   follows:  "Lent starts on Wednesday next, and  selected as the dates for Creston's i^4 %h" Ash Wednesday servicee at Christ  fall fair.  J. D. Moore of Kaslo, road superintendent for this  district, was   here on  of the iiii0iit������v������-iiie������ta  uemg   iu������ue   oti  the Goat River bridge*  The High School Literary Society  concert in the Grand on Tuesday night  promue-* to be the best local taloot  p^-oductiun ev^r seen in Creston, and  will be too good totniss. Tbe general  admission is 50'cents.  are   announce-1    as  8.20 ������.ui., Holy"- Cbminunion, especially  for those at SchooL .9.30 a.m.,   morn  ing prayer. 10 a.m.. Holy Ct-mn-iunion..  Throiigbnut  Lent there  will also be a  Friday morning "celebration^-of vHoly  Communion at UT o'clock. ~   ^    t  wap  aii the whisi- drive given ,by &he vvom-  |-n4d JncfiifciiBl.^ irj   Lha    Piuwh     "HTm.1I -  ivm  ��������� .      ��������� *-��������� -       ��������� ��������� ���������-\        -     ������������������        ���������^_  Friday, isignt, at ���������-h;cfe -tha pri*---^:������s=r  ne rs-, were .Mrs. Varfey *t������d -J.. :W.  jiattliitoB, with.Miss Brander and Jim"  Oherrington, -jr., winning the second'  ps-iaes.* The ladies ssr.ved "a splendid  suppssv������fu-r whSch there>were a. few  musical' numbers" with Mrs. Jestae  Lewis presiding at the piano, Principal  Jones.contributing a solo, along with  which was" the usual comniunity singing. The cash intake was in the  neighborhood oft $25.    "     -   1        "-  -  0uf*Ciia���������d.  ' Pigs For Sai^s���������Yorkshire pige  eight"weeks-old,- i������gi������ter*d 1������ ,2*3������������3  n������*-������es SIB'wifeh psapes.'s^; ������Mwm *r~  "bred ' Ply������i>o������BfeH. Brick   h-sns;  laying  <Oahyoni Hrickson^-PsO.  ,vm>\    nac������s*������. ^nkviT)  -. <-  A.  Aaglisas Gsiiirsh Sst������lsi  tis  asiI**������S*-������.Y.  7.SQp.m.  oinrtjio  ���������    8a-**drI0.80a,o3.  Mrs. Crsisthwait and .Mrs. Hayes  will be hostesses at a sslvei* tea for  Christ Church Ladies* Guild benefit  on Saturday afternoon, March 1st, at  with    tea  T-   e-*g  aiior-  n  for Kimherley, where he has secured a I fche honw-   of   Mrs. Hayes,  positron and   will   be   remaining  for \ served from JJ.30 to 5 30.  some time. .   -     '  "C-.--F-.'-Hayes got back on Sh tit relay  from a >hc-rfc business trip to Calgary^  Alberta* There is no snow jon ��������� the  prairies, "and the . same springlike  weather prevails there as here.  A REPRESENTATIVE OF  " * "A* beginner's class- wili7be started at  C������-est<m schiiol o'-t**-M<*itlday   morning, J  :March Si-d but   as   accommodation   is]  Ihnitt-d it is "requested .that  only such  children as are particularly desired to  begin shall be enrolled''  LAH^B.lf-TR^^  MASTER CLOTHES BUILDERS, T  ���������   _   -a  -  Like this well-known make  of Overalls  Headlight Paisf s  are Guaranteed  to Outwear tv/o  Pairs   of   any  other make of  Trousers!  We are handling  HeadKghl Khaki  ���������.;.;   Tr*msiers '....  "made of special Denim,  and combining wearing  qualitif-N with appearunce  in sat i������fbitory fashion.  Overall  alwRvs fn stogie.  SUARAI������TEE������  Fit right���������-    V  Feel right���������    J  Look right���������"  . 1  w   Wear right  _������ -r-������->-   -fc,-  will he at pur store on FRIDAY, FEB. 29, and   SATURDAY,  MARCH 1st, with a fall range' of Samples and Models of all the  newest and rionsilar stvlea in wearing annareL    You are'invited to  11 aod aeq������aiii"4.youx^qlf with^the latest styles in .slothing.,  It is--������w  '\. a-eal pleasure for us to show these samolea.  s  m\mmrm  HUBB   BlSUUaCEjKl  HEADLIGHT  IIPAbUQff Jrtmmu, nnJ  r uy*.    If Hm aloUs oumni  hut mum- -"iKtjr fMyiw  Ho* -f4vi wfttiaf������etofy ������mmi  r������fuad������d <o* a hmmt pair f ���������������������.  ������war. ircwr mtmmy  SEAMS CUARANTEKI> NOT TO RIP  "��������� ff "���������:; lrJ!,W1^''^ * 'Jf T"*J������W Wt * ^W^ftTiflW.T^ffSt W^" "V^W 1fl*"fTs Jpfft'll? "ff^S'rS  nPlY CEHtS. lf������arm������n������rlp*Mawi������.--MitcW  er'*e wmumii mm w������! fwy y������������i ������JUK DOLLAR.  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