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Array ^7v^7:?R7;^  Jpf-;^;''^!";  ii*  Zy%^$^00!Z0&MAiA  ���������m  \;)ZA~-A'$i?n  h"-  [:Bt$j|i^ii^^  ^SoS'TO^^t^^  1-lb^^^^^^lJ^i^^^^*^^^^.  aidfeupplies were io  be -presented   to  ivon.  tho schools at Eribkaoa   ������-^  .";:**'  For the committee on ^Institute work  in B.C. were lending it very generous  ^'s;-Ii"������^?i^-*.'K^j������.v:i.^^  Buppurb, wm-, ii>*ae past, year una euu  -"SP*-   ._, _. J$it_  with the'organization   of  the  public  : '���������^���������-"''^^"*-p,''\fc,<jVi.'y-'^ ^'t".'''-V  tennis club; aaffershavinfr been received  to put the geounds in shape without  cost-;'������-������ well >s an offer to pro vide the  =:nes---8sa----f������ffln^������il-������^ ���������"���������-t~���������������������������  ;i**:j������������ii3  l������WM--fc--fc-"i  n������i ._._,_.,.,_.  &*"-��������������������� ;:~i ��������� 7'-'r "ii^-Hi^^ .��������� '..7.--' -";#i2-"'  ed to $3J&, which goes to the crip]  children fund. Id connection with "the  ue  : THagrb water mark as to attendance  was registered at the March meeting  of Creston Board of Tssde������-*��������� Ttessday.  night last which,in-;.the: aboenc-f' off  lu^tSa^ui^ whs ia^ w  7 ff*-&i%*^'&^#y������^-ifc"&^ '  a considerable volume of i������rriespond-  r^'.^V' l-*'ii^-'--+-T-'- -^-'j.--j',^;*-t^-.vr''J/^-'-^������.;,'^-'-^,J/''.',,f-.-^.c"> fc--'-' ---������������������ .-i-"*--* ,'1^;.' *-"���������-. , ���������������.".' ��������� -^-j-"., iC"**'-���������'--' -**-':^ '���������- ---  ei^efw^^ .'.'    "'^^F^^li^^^i^^'^^'^'  atth&Helme ranch to the aidinB,  at the St. Patrick's winat at Creston  iiiiiiiiiii^  , . _.   OT������*M5S^^.i^^^    icat  features,    and    Mrs.   S.Brewer!*0'1* ^Ottawafor the^ssion which  napa  aul  meetings of the  triboted a.  total   of just ov-cr   $1000.  t^^iSs^^ei3bsr^ri^e^^p^  s^fe^rK'^^;'2fcV^'i!i;p^,:j:l^jk^X,y������?XyS: (-.-.-::.:.'-.i'v/' "-Vr. ;.,::'':;;..<  ^s-^a^^sgs^'-'S'W''-'------^  =*|tj3^ar^k-^-pa4spi������p-i  ratepayera will be held  before the end  01thooaosiii to^fflll^ae vacancy- that  has been automatically created in the  sbfcs^!'bcsrd-due:ib^4h*������ ���������o-?t.?n?!^d a\*-'  ^"*^^i'^,>v-'-:*;^7';:*---;"--'-';"-^^fi^:. '-���������:-'- ��������� y:.~ x '-^y*.y:. ~s ������������������ .+y.y  fi-r;83^"is"8"S    brifftflydiscussed som*tiffthe more  por^nt !hi^^t ^ame^fbre      ..  ������*^a^^Piattf������������ikli  p������sr  mi  ip������||njpaf|^^  tf^iisjn:  ftbl  icip  -.-.   .;->* ���������^a-1-. 7>--"7^';;i������.'7���������^ "  .S'aait'^3'-1-*'--"-''  y^ndpolntbutcoult.  ,Js^^kWkWm9sT"  ���������;^t,St*ft<'7=..S^y.-^ia*.^<^^^ft'^''''ii'*''.  _ j^������wa|*xpiair"   "a        "'  was particularly   emphasized   that,  Oa-estos  were weekend guesiis ok Mr. aadMis*  :-r*-s-|B-������:-'^i-p!ii--^di^ * .'."���������; Z..  vraS-'Bere for feh> oi- Fatrick'sdRUce,  team of work horses-���������from the  ' "" ^MAmm^^xAA,-AAA:AA  :MJK3   -~.������,  ..(.,. ,..,...,.,-...,.,.....,.:,o,..-,....,-..v,-^....,..,,.. .,,,,-;.,..-.,.^:J,,, -- ^*-jna|-c������Mr^fe:_*w^^  return room   the  easi : to   inv������SMgate  . '.?-,;.7--L-y������sr^' <-.���������-,-���������----- r-f t^ArAAsr-'^y.r-^Jxy ���������^���������i-L-^'.:-A.-J^y.^nif..-^ V'S*.ir'������'j;-v'-,'>:.!'.'i������!7ij-'.*' '  -������������������-'  ���������-*T-kl*i^tt^Jav.j^fe",':JKPB-*i<0*h^:'V.-'. '���������S^'.-1.;^:': :-"'i*'.-"^v/^'-'i.':''^--?"C,;J-.''^i!Tr'"'^;-"-y  '" ''^4%|B^inj^i^  a^^':j^^?jl^L^^  SgpeH<-������r^C^^  cha^d'fronii&sd  ;|p^7we**^7:-)ip;;^5ij^*^  Joined the auto-owning fraternity, his  which he has also  bought from   iad������  ������4^^t o������-> I4ib KweAl*^^p������ffl?d At the St.   &*t& RrotherR.                  . .���������  --.'.���������v^r���������" .   '���������'-���������������������������-':- ��������� ;-."-. :".--.:7--' v^r.----.  ^.,.-i.,-'->-..-.-.,..^Mri;.',.^ "-.;-,-_*���������''-.��������� ?-..;--:.^t.-:> . -;-;V7.  -^.3^~*^Ji.:������J������^W3'!",--"r:-^,',"'.'-rT���������r.-~���������  any matters th-&t require tbe attention  Wade, B.C.'i  England, wrote asking th^>  ���������A^iapply^  ������������������"'������������������  sent-:  ton, for distribution   ot  the  British  Em:pire.'''E^  .^n^onnext'1-aaoatfel::: T^ "  il^ttwr  "a^'at'Mui  pecteof success  in tbe   opening  of ������  ~S������^SrPSted"Strong-ahd]^88? ^ ^tbat sh^ls?1*^������i^-*t?P^^-V^^ -.-  ^ebuStml^ dub  fund* al-   very ������������^^������T  ^*T  *������������������. "^-     Chilean ^llan  m^^^^!~rZ~~^i  ,p*'  operator ffit  , J55r3.i: .Ifii  raan, *������f  Hopwood,  Iftiss, Mamie   Penson  v'ii,-^  ; ~;B53Ea. '-Whiteside,  ys^:A0:.  "'��������� . Tom^ckey w^bome for the wee^k-  end after -sb a'ti-Jen������e}oi about a month.-  .'*-'.vj-t:-'--"'^--.vJ^A*-"K4������"r>"'���������'" V    '.'-'.-V^.-'i"-'. -.";-pj*i.--^,'jTj-(-:-'^;'-'"( '-"--v,-- "f Q-*-'-. -"'������.'-^'-^'-; ---" '��������� t-���������:^^-"  oo������������pb. wnsgwa-. t3 wiwa fe������pf are coming, home  - comoiuaity aalit"^  ^uha^^y^inifh^V'|of  aj-^,and;wH  a*|e^e-^^i;;^|S|7^  centres chiefly in either going on with'  |il^^iv-H^o^7^  putting that particular bit Of roadway  tmr. ��������� a-.-^Hc.y"!:--'.- >-y^->?^^^(yv^-~y^-^:iyv^-x ������������������xi<-t-;<<^<&;...  m the best possible shape for anotber  of^newiome^i'jfi cohl-l^ofaly d-yec-by ^2'ZtV9?*���������*  . _    .j ���������*'*-.-.-   ������������������ ,w^ ������ .N,.���������.-���������,-,.,;-'; 1 .������j;7fc*'--> '��������� -���������   .''',"'-- ''���������-.' j ���������-'-������������������ '. *���������"--'j   .-   t'.' -    ��������� -:-���������' '-."-I "��������������������������� - ���������'.-"������������������.>! '���������'   'SivM^Vaw     " ���������* *���������-  . '   ������������������������������",' ��������� *'��������� ��������� -'' i  1--^ ff-*ft.:.-.  'w;'i;^*.r������������������.:���������^���������V^"^���������^'"^���������:p!yT^v-^  Geo. Cam was a. visitor vwith Gran-  r������tt>rning-6n  mraexc- convenience and  this  could  orify be nccompiisticd by municipal or  ;"lf^lJs-rtf^^tn^e^  Ili.nhonn*-enient wn^  ^���������Jn^^iw^yla^fimd  Blibw of bulbs would be hold at an InB  HtJlW^--tfi^rnoon -*-t*A   ar-1- ���������*-.S*rt-������?������-  : [imim^tmiMiXmtm^^  ^& ^er^nnm^ t*oe Cre������ton  -l^S^WB^-H^^j^^   litl������hf,^������S;S,*Mjfej^-^M4^.-jl^i������gBfe^'g?A .:������'T-^';^H'^S-'.>'*:rSsi-ja?.j^'.;^s-fe^  for the ^  't^e:;u3i^l^l^>*|uc������^^  had handiedthe petitions passed   for  aduitein the pi-opos^  ������$|yS^p1^  55������*win-^4his"village--":-A1i:^  aadefin;:;^  than June 1st.  sonlinl^  Spencer and Hiltois Young contributed  i-^^ii^,;.and-:'MiM7M  Sp������^|^ort7lti^':^ei!i^^  ^.^#^43::xa.^x^>vy$iX*> ^.:XXjii%&i$&Ws:. s'^;,x '���������*^^^^y*^.^rf^\ ^^^A^Z^S'^^^^* I  %:tS������"7::^S^;*V':7:;=.:'^-i'.:.7^7^o;;.v^  Mrs.   Jones nf ' KuskauMok,   along [0bbk and  Rdna Hickey and  Mr. jaud  wil-hherh^ Mir& Kbittisra  ������a route to Nelson on u business visit.  the dance on Monday night,  Messrs.  ���������Arjp^7Bp^Mr^  :pany|-o^biniu:-;J'^-  ^,l$^7work--;l"--a^ : ^tyforli'.  on the fill at the IJandfing, and a t hlrd  ^^j^agg^".j;.isi ' " "  atrdtlon on making Imt-kets from 'pine  ��������� iiii!i!aii&!^^ :Clnb:harV  ing iU--eadyvolnritiee--ed to gather the  neces-Mir^'supply of ni^ria4s*77iV'''  The Standfast  of the  Bi^Hbyt0������?������w|  Church   invites   the  ;   ,        ;*;'. :';';, ..1, f. ',     ������������������ <;      -.7 '*- -'7 '  , ,., ,  .' <��������� ���������,     ��������� ���������  .'' ���������������������������:' Elntertainment  .^���������^^���������:H^Iji^:6n'.' ;;',���������":������������������ -..  ", '���������'���������',   ' .!���������.  7 ' ' '   ��������� "   '**-"--'>    - ,'   ',"���������,'"''' i"*"     '...-''7,.-   .- ���������.  ���������  >' ^i-fc   '''A '"    SPSeShmO   "-^^^^^"^i^J   .   - '^m    !!������MM|   IHMH **--���������  :'r,'*AXURD  ' / ''S136"tq^.p.CTV''','   :  OAfl/IES to/$&,.PLAYED  Programwo to begin afc 3.30.  REFRESHMENTS.  "r-^ch effects here almost twomonthE  not what Creston derfred.   A motiosi  ������go, Is now located at^Vietoriavwhere  carried unanimously that the provio  :JSe"i������^^i^f^;^^^vBB"^ ^-cial'i-ecie^^  kitchener, was here for ttae weekend  " Mrs. Stace Smith and son, Ronald,  who have spent the winter in Califbrn^  ia arrivi^ hom^  m^e'^fa-tirj^b^;^  ie and   Mr.   Maws-������n  compwtorf  :^nyoiD';<^h'  at^ in8truin--ntal nuniberii wet e the  b^e^UieubYvMii'-B. I i?iiii^iir*:i:|Bi^a/:'".'i*r p^no:  due^t by Lillian :C<������fcSi������*-^;iJ^ne^a    M ssenger. ' One; of tbie most popul������4.r L have made: their appearance  and t^st he be ioc^^-S  ���������Kiia resolution waa^^^^^^^ to  dissenssion as to   th  pressing:tSie.*---^  at once name the government: Agent  Vli--^i^^in^ntSir  ������S^^ >ife^-S^;*sl^������a^HB!T' ^!������tt.v;-'M*!?*- |Ji������ ������������������ achfi^Huuse, i| inij v^ijfut&f,j.;,eyeniiig;  Kidman'Of pr-tiivf^     lEfey;:,Will be'hca-e.,waa splendidiy uti^na^, /w|fc^  ��������� fOT;;the;4!������$^^tti^^  pie'inent-^'by rt'^  tn which  MIbh Kuott and  Mr. Brpifirni  with violins helped nautorUlly. ;  Everyone will be:;.;'pleafceav!.tp"'' fisinojw  thut Miwu' Tuohi-y 'was. ��������� 'well '���������.;' enpu.th;.tn,'  leave Cranbrook liospltat on FcSday,  after a three.; weeks' stay iHM-ovetin-|  from un. append icitiBTbpetu'bion. : She  -will visit Mrs. KatcBllffe Coir..0i few days  ,.ld^r^:i-JO)rning i"., ,^ -cA:y,  \\ Ml������a/.Chsawjcic;^and^jMif,-1 -Wii^jra*  nlB"ht;o^raii*iri 'wkio;l^ft:>$ewB 'ron Bttn*  dmy- were quietly married pat". Nelson  >n:;Muri;aa>f.; ;.b^|^ltey7Jffi' ,!tt.-0rl������:hiiteir.  and left'the same cvonlng on H^n"*y"  nipbh trip 1; td'-': ViW^uvepl:nn������l;"^past'  istopnii.iij^  dar' clblxena  and heartlenL Conni-������tu-  Wwons^t-������:exUnaea."!'^*;';'7 7.  Sirdar c������lobrat������ilRWip*trick?frnl  |ft houpitablo stylo' -wlth>njd:ftnce, l^;'thi^:  Whttcalde hull.:.':,: TWi '.I ���������'rtJr^m^jr1..!| ^  more correctly do������orlbetl. aa an apron  jft'ind 'tlo #<*8lffl1(.''the lndti-s7s*eb;' bn.ylng  an apron" as nn -ulmloHlon fee, whllot  the neckties ,'^rere' aucr^ipnecl^.,' ati'Cfi ��������� the  buyers were thus ^uriB^^'inppe^^nnd.'  aUo * partner to' nhure It ::wltb;;' 'Wi-no-  Ing wna tho fo*tiare of ' the, evenlnig,  laro. Fowler of C-wnbi-nnli --.resl-lM.ng at  the pliMio," ������ind' local, InstiriimeinilirtJSsta,  ^tt-robjj'-^  ^allagher^' which. '.w^^^mteii^1iy.^n������f'  '^erssd; ffcy^". 'JBllen'. .BrowjSit'!: andf; f last-sir,  ;3Ftachln������':;--''. The ������������������: tableiiai, ^ v:^W������������m%-':  Rlghti-t'" closed'tho concert in;' .flitting'  -ityle. Supper was;!;^B^i^y'\:^fef^a.;  style at the'close of ;fch0>yeMni^#;i,'--  'i    1 ���������'/-  ���������A  ,.J-.g. v  ,  ..  -   ������������������  ,  ,-<-'.  JgTmmBg  BljBfMl  Mm  M  1   ���������'���������''  QBmmvmn  HrMk^  -**  mm  '   " ��������� '  ;'_:Ml-i-i', vHolli;.'' :Klinipartainttb;' was ; u  -������inwI^Enata^. :..i-^l*siSioiP7-.:!iwi t^-.;)i^!|^s������ia$:. '.^fr|^������intaw"  thegueBt of .Misa'Miii-lel' Knott. ���������',  The earlineas of the XJrlcksqn season  Is not far behind Yth^t\n^,^nikanbnki  aceordCnfl to Erftnk' Ocllt,: who lwporto  of Your:  I7v.f  *' :-'" " 'offlaW^"iiiam|M  --rill: nob be until t*e lestislatu������ '-.'  olved the matter w-ia flowed! to stand, ���������;;'  torthe:--������w^  ', ;",.i4ewi^''i.:'fi; .... ���������  Bennett, who were dslef-ates^t^ ;.  Aeso^Ated,,Board's,convent!^  i������u last nsontli, reported at consider* ;;  aible length on tho pflroe������������din-f-������ of the  -convention, and more parUcularly on  the reiolations submitted for consider*  -atlon liy tfco G-t-eeton  to  gentlemen; stressed    the   decidedly  -friendly foellnj-- that "W������a in evidence  towa-rd the  Kootenay Flahi^^^^-^ ' -  ation project,  and while  there  was  nothing tangible to go on  ev������ryone  felt that in view, of Ui-k chanc-������d atti-:  tudeof the  Wesrt  Kootena-y Fowei-  Comn*>ny "t-epMBentatl ves������ sind-femtttn-*  berlng that part of the work this ootn������'  pany wlU ha-ra to dn* to unw them''  the inorecsed wmtar. aupply asked for  Is aloo work that 'will. have to:. be un*.  dtttaken to-awui-b di--dna  felt that the present waa a most opportune time to tackle -cwelamatlon work  at Alice Siding, and school attendance  is' slimmer than usual this month;  : ������������������ ��������� I. N. Rhodes, .'.who., has .been -, working at Fernie, was hom-v las^ wook,  and ';''is^nbw: ���������'I'Vwprking'.,',.*^  'Johnston. mill:at"A)tww-OiwU*':: '-/;������������������'���������-���������"  ; 7-WIbs M\y$' Kelly waa:. a visitor at heir  ' nbpnae'. here! '.from;... Borthtll, :>byer; ���������'��������� the  weekend.  :���������.     77 ;���������>'���������. .\   ''���������''������������������   . '���������,���������."���������'.������������������.��������� ,      -X: :���������'���������[:���������;���������:��������� .: .���������'.'���������..  The social dub dance at the Todd  ranch.;' on.' Friday; night;: was..;. rather  poorly attended- Arrangements are  being made for a hard times social evening for'early' April, which '^Bll'prob-  ntfiy-winci. up', the. elub; 'ajfttlwities ���������' .���������; for  this year. ������������������".������������������ ATT A-  Miao Hilda Parkin is home from  ! Vancouver/ where she has [ been working for sntno months past. .  ,  ������ rank Martin left at the that of the  'week for Vancouver, and will remain  atutho <kMUit "If ^8uttanl������j_; employmeiit  bah beifbund.7,.    'Z;'ZZ''r ���������������������������j>v':.  '$}&  ADMISSION 25c.J������-w^;^.i������j"'^ags>&~*  "Everyb0d'yrwell������O)nEie^'":".Ckjunel *#agonloiklla of Wynndel young pimple  and JJ^VC 0*'i.fig^-t?'^ timjO, ���������'     I ;bow������lng;;tlibwn fo-f-lifc., as .w������U as atout a  . AA:A.\,'Z:ZAAy'Z:W^A: .:>; ���������; ���������''  I have already made |llte;:iieo-  ^���������&0$y; '';iina.n(aiii3|,:'. '.arrange-.  ;;':'-inerit8;7a^d' '  ';,.;:;:0;Hl^;!C^h;;to^ . -  .,', ��������� for.. ''Orestop :",yaliisiy:i I^ro-  V:;;',;^vx5e. of every ^^escrlption^   ,  A.'Wi"'Maeon'o* WynoAei !a' a-r!r������t-; |wltbft ***���������"'���������* ,rl������w- ��������� 0*Mwn*������.-'-<k������������-  dbiten <3������*aton'vliHifconi.  ftt FRFHI EFS.SBU,.  or hereintp^sent with his old; friend,  M. Chui*chiU,' nnd' '.whllel", here' ta"^iotn^,  the pruning of the' latfce-r's ov--liaindL  ' Although the pl-jhta ' ay������ fwgt-f ������.ttd  the days cocA^ the Alice Siding .tteetlmn  iii: again maintaining It-P reputilitlow for  crtnrly flow era, violets In abuwojii-rec'  Zjii'i-g' En Woi-iu va tlie '"B^vsX% rs^dh...   .  Alice Siding people fittingly obsorvftd  St. Patrick's night w|th a dance at the  'homo \ of MttaZ &rw*.'Fflyne. r:Musle  for the affair was furnlohed by, Harold  Payne, violin��������� and Hootor Btowart on  the aocordeon. BstwcMrn dances thore  were vocAl solos by Mrs. Stewart and  Mr. **"Vm������**������. wIiIIa- ' Mr. dtdhwuniti. f*voir>-  ed with a couple of readings, Therei  was a fine supper about Bnldn1j-1at% &&&  the affair was enjoyed th-hooghoufe.  tttahia of the : "reclamation^-. oommitt������n  was authorl-*ed I .lb' enlaxice his com-  rolttc-i If desi-red -and, given full power  to actio any way that tho oommittse  flion^ht -wo-iSiS , trnmodla'tely  further  the taUarest* of drainage. ���������  The silvelr cup donated .flour yoars  ago to the" fall ffktr as. m, prtW������ for the  heat oalicctiOM ol vegetables having  now tbecomo the* perxnanent proporty  of R. Simmons, tbe board decided to  give another cup for the earns purpose,  to he awarded' under Identic**! conditions with thopro-iloussllvoa trophy.  Alex. Lldgate, was elected to membership,, which now atands at the highe-rt  future In at least thtce ycama. 7,  Fcwa SAiUi���������-Rsiyio coat  oil l^ua3n*"l;n  good i-hapei.   Kuqutre Kevi������w CHSneer*' ���������W  ������A  B17  ;*'~^g*-^SSS^S^S^Sl'������jSlli������iSi"rS5i5a5SS^  V  'tE^-i  m  fuse mt  iov  #|tf69S'  -JWM  For Catarrh, Colds  colds, never know the meaning .of^Ca  a>;steady and ^uninteresting game.she  was no miatch "focMf. Macleod's' wick-  ed serve. In the end, due partly to  luek-^ partly to a natural Quickness and  narlly_to the fact that he made me  laugh" so much that I missed almost  every ball? it*was .Tim who carried off  _ the prize, a  chocolate" cake that had J  tarrh.   ; Upon this fact is based "CA=j beeir-intcnded for our Sunday supper.'  TAItKHOZONB/'  -fiphieh    sends    into J."When Maudie went home she sent out  the lungs and    nostrils    the   healing 5 a* box of balls-  the boys marked the  balsams    and    soothing antiseptic , of j courts properly, and we had many a  the "Dine "forest;"'' -'"7" y v-srry ���������-������������������:������������������ :      ���������-      | good. game,   Jim'  developing   into   so  vapor  of  "CA- J fast -a .player that* I do not know what  "' he would have done on a hard court'.  Maudie    seemed '  scarcely  to. have  come before it-/was time for her* to go  The  iea.ltk-ia.den  rorst of  TARRHOZONH".subdues the  coughs, colds and catarrh"     -v  The tiniest corners of. the lungs are  treated, ',the'; uttermost, 'parts... o f the  bronchial^tubesare reached/every cell  away again.      She and Murray, without consulting me, decided that I -was  in thefnose and throat is bathed in the    to visit her for Thanksgiving-,, (wpek.",  rkntiseglic 7balsaSn"������ p-f 7 CATARRHO- ' And If you are here next summer ^I'm  ZONE. ��������� Simply Invaluable is CA-  TAHRI-IOZONE because so safe, so-effective, so sure to stop huskiness,  whooping cough, ^catarrh,',.nose colds  or  bronchitis���������try it, yourself.  Complete ,twb inonths" treatment  guaranteed, price $1.00; small (trial)  size 50e. At all druggists.__ Refuse  a substitute for CATARJtmOZGrlE.  B"- mail from "The - Catarrhozone Co.,  Montreal.  D0  \;v rrr'BY,-   ._    .  7EIJNOR: MADDEN ELIOT  Author of "Mv Canada." .and Oth*i-  V' Sterie-t   '"".  Published by Special Arrangement  with the Author  7   (Continued)  I wish there were a more beautiful  word than scenf or "per fume or aroma  or smell to give a name to the wild  strawberry's first appeal to the senses.  Our Anglo-Saxon forefathers * must  have been less sensitive to such impressions than we are, theiE one word  is so inexpressive and so unnecessarily ugly.������������������. <And all the others have an  exotic artificiality that makes them  unsuitable vvhen^bne speaks of strawberries or wild roses or camp-fires or  snow on a frosty spring morning.  We   picked  berries  that  day  until  when at. night ..-I-closed my eyes I could  .see  them hanging ia clusters.      But  "there is nothing dream-like or imaginary in the row of strawberry preserves  that gladdens my- house-wifely heart.  At nojon Murray built,--a fire- and .^ve  mad e tea, baked potatoes in the coals  ���������-they were not a great success, but  the twins loved,  them���������and then ate  incredible quantities    of    sandwiches  'and pie and hard-borled eggs and cold  roast chicken. ""   Xjater ih the season  we picked raspberries���������and a wasp's  nest-���������and wild plums and pin-cherries  and cranberries, hut no other day can  compare with the one of the  strawberry; picnic  coming again; /whether you invite^ne  or not," she called' from the back platform as^ the train pulled out.  . Teddy came the next. day with a  whoop and a rush and much energy to  be expended. He. found many changes  and improvements about the place and  gave his approval to all.  "ani what I like best," he confided  to me, "is the difference in Murray.  Gee, he isn't the same chap that earns  here at all! And isn't the old boy  some farmer? He seems . to have  taken a great fancy to the life."  He found the children grown, of  course, and he agreed with me that  Rupert had lost much of his susceptibility to minor ailments.-  "And you - yourself seem different,  somehow," he said, eyeing me critically. "I used to think you'd miss your  old friends and the city ways pretty  bad, but you surely hide it well if you  do. Everyone I meet out here tells  me what a fine sister-in-law I have.  And," with a disarming grin, "you're  not getting any worse-looking, either."  Teddy, Murray and I wfere "both glad  to see, no longer talked of comfng  farming with us or of seeking his fortune in the North. He had, he told  us, decided to stay,in the hank until  business improved, and then he would  try t(j,get into some other line where  his banking experience would be of  service, but where advancement would  be more rapid.    '  "Just between ourselves," he admitted, "I'm lucky to have a job of any  sort, when you think of the number of  fellows who can't get work. This  winter I plan to take the short commercial course that the University is"  giving, I .don't think I'd ever, make a  doctor or a lawyer or a minister, but  maybe J\ Edward Aylwin will be  comptroller-general yet���������about the  same time that the*"Hon. Murray Aylwin is Minister "of Agriculture."  "That's right, son," asid Murray approvingly, "and in the meantime I  hope you'll spend all your holidays at  Herrington's Hope, so as to get the  farmers' point of view."  "You just bet I will," replied Teddy  seriously. "It's the best sort of place  for a holiday, though I've given up the  idea that I'd make sr good hired man,"-  It was, however, surprising the number of things Teddy found to do dur-  :fAB  ���������':-*.;'  E3s&������  Health and Comfort  S   age advances  our  wants are not"  many   and   with   reasonably   good  health ' we   can  enjoy -the  peaceful  period of life in comfort and happiness.  But unfortunately there are certain rll&  which conspire to destroy the pleasure, of  this time in life and they are usually of. a  decidedly painful nature;  The kidneys" are often the first of the  bodily organs to fail. Then the poisonous  acids which should be eliminated by; the  kidneys circulate in the blood and cause  backache, rheumatism, lumbago and the-  many ailments^hich make life so miserable.  There has, perhaps, never been a~ medicine  so well suited for people of advancing years  as Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills.  _ This statement is founded on the many-  thousands of cases reported to us from  time to time^  The  success  of  Dr.- Chase's   Kidney-.  , Liver pills.is due to their direct and specific  action on the liver, kidneys and bowels  .whereby   the   accumulating  poisons   are  quickly swept from the system and the  cause of pains and aches promptly removed.  Dr* Chase's -Kidney-Liver Pills do not  lose their effect on the system as do so  many medicines but can De depended on  absolutely to bring about the desired  results* Used one pill aldose at bedtime  as often as is necessary; to keep the bowels  regular, they relieve indigestion, biliousness and constipation .and keep the  system in.healthful condition.  You will notice that while the price of  UP: Chase's Kidney-Liver PiHs has been  increased to 35 cents, the box now_ contains 3 5_piils instead of 26 as fojmerly.  Likewise the price of Dr. Chase's Nerve Food is  now SO cents a* dox of 60 piUs instead of 50 cents for  50 pills..    Edmanson Bates & Co., "Ltd., Toronto.  NEW BOX  Our tennis tournament was lield one   *?& ������"- two weeks he ..spent with us.  fairly cool Saturday. afternoon, Mr  Macleod and Jean and Jim had dropped in and in some way the talk turned; to tennis, Maudie remarking that  we had the foundation for a good  grass court at the side of the house.  One -suggestion    after   another   was  ISmade, and in the end Murray and Jim  put up a length of poultry wire for a  net and with our two racquets and  soft rubber balls belonging to the children we played a series of "sudden  death" games on an'entirely new system of elimination.     I had only play-  ^ed twice since Murray came home,  Jim and Jean had never played before,  and Murray and Mr. Macleod not since  before they went overseas. Maudie,  In fact, was the only one of us who  was in practice, but while she played  AVIS  NERVOUS WRECK  TelbWomeaHowShe Was Restored  to Perfect Health by Lydia ������.  Pink-ham's Vegetable Compound  Clad for, ordinary occasions in a pair  of riding-breeches, a khaki shirt, and  puttees���������which,     wliile     undoubtedly  picturesque, must have been fearfully  hot���������he was busy from morning until  night.      Aided  and abetted   *by    the  twins  he  "landscaped gardened"   the  part of  the  creek-bank "that  Murray  had not had  time to  attend to, and  built   a   rustic   summer-house, in   the  psychological    spot.      So    successful  was his rustic carpentry that he next  constructed what he called a pergola,  and  I  a  porch,  at  theNkitchen door.  "Next:   summer    you'll plant scarlet  runners  there,"  he   ordered,  "Mother  always has them at home and I'll ask  her  to  send'you  some  seeds."      He  seemed really disappointed that there  was   nothing    for hirn. to build about  the stable or the hen-house, and to re:  lieve his feelings lie cleaned and oiled machinery and groomed the horses  -until    everything    shone.      And then  one day when Murray was  comparatively  free  the  two   of them  built  a  Beaver Board partition to, divide the  long nursery into two   bedrooms,    an  Improvement I had long desired.  But of course we did not let Teddy  work all the time. h6iu* neighbors  were taking breath between haying  and harvest, and. so we could do more  visiting and entertaining than would  have been possible either earlier or  later In tho season. Mrs. Mowlway  gave one <*���������(' her all-embracing'parties  Winnipeg,   Man.���������"I  cannot  apeak  too highly of what Lydia E, Pinkham'a  V ccjetable Gom-  pound has  done for j ���������or J^kil* Armstrong, the Fen wicks and  me. I w-ib a nervous I ,lt"-   Sovtrnn   Invited   u.s   out   for   tea,  wreck and I just had  to force myself to do  my work.   Even tho  sound of my own chil-  anU ono very pleasant afternoon when  Murray hnil to go to Spruce Crpolc I  look TerUly arid the twins to cull on-  Mi'.s. Gagnon. In return wo had one  dren playing made of our fSAiurdny nl'tnraoon gathorings  me feel aa if" I must ������ for the younger.people, Jean and her  scream if they did  not pet away from  me. I could not even  speak /iRht to my  husbfirt'l. "Th-������ -focror  oaid he could dotiothinj* for ������ne* My husband rB mother advtaod me to take the  Vegetable Compound and I wtarted it at  once. I was able to dcr-my work once  more and it, was n -pleam-m; not ������ burden. Now i have a line bo-ancinfr baby  and am able to nurne her and enjoy do-  in ������: my work. I cannot hftlp recom-  mondlnp- aueh a mf-d'etn^,. and any o-ne  f*<r"<-i-"i-"* m*������ "v-forf" I (-aaV '���������-��������� ?mHf *������'*-*-l-"*"  me now, can hoc what it: does forme. A  i-itn only too tthinned for yon to us*- my  testimonial/,���������Mrs-. Kmh.y Davw, 721  McG-fio Btroflt, "Winnipeg, Man.  Lydia E. PinI'ham'ff 'Private Te.rt-  iSook upon ** Ailments Peculiar to  Wom������rt fi will he sent, you free upon  request. Writo to the I>ydin RPinkhnm  Meriicine Co., O>bourft"������ Ont. Thia book  contains valuable Information. O  W.    N.    IJ.    IH 09  cousin,   the   Severn*",     the     Cameron  boy������ imd Mr. Macleod. "And Teddy,  bl'-riH him, rnndo friendh with "every-  on*--���������"jiwr-iliy d<-een< people I call  flicm," ho :'.:-ltl <o jnc\  The one chirk npot on the Keanon'H  ffjibdy wi'if* TJIali Armfilrong���������who  would be horrified to hear hei'solf do-  hci-UhmI -ik n (hirk .spot.  f'rulf-r or-Hn:t ���������������-.*��������� <-irOMm!':tancof- T  should, I ;iui hui'<\ hn.w- boon sorry lor  <lur Kir!, for ahtr Ih ofm of'lho pooplo  who bay*1 novor had n chance, but she  "-������*���������������"<��������� nn liiiM-h Iroub'l'i for'.Te'tu UIlil  ,"tUu i"i..it J i,ifo^/i ThmJ ii, I/i Juy lM-.'ii'  )r> filrv Imr. Hit jjjoIIh-i-, ti -listor of  Mi-.-*. Mov-'bi-ny, ilhril whlli,- ������illl(ii  youriK. fu.d loft J.llith a child of only  two. fUiv m������rrl'<gi,' Imd not been a  1)H*-"������y (itif -������nd lb*- youn*' fat hoc IohI  no tlruo In pro v Id In*? tho oh I Id -with a  Htf-p rnoilif-i- of lib- own kind, a 'mallow, ----ifl'ih wfimmn who i-Oftm-i-id  LlJali'.',' prrrKfinr.'o whr<n Hhn wan yoiifitt  arid lnf*-f:*o<3 hr-r with htr own fahu)  liioalH when ;.ho ki-hw Into a pretty  and ultractive Klrl.  "LilaTir is my^ own sister's child/'  said Mrs. Mowbray to me, "but she is  a iiandfuli and she is so 'nasty to Jean  that I'm out of patience with her sometimes. But I suppose it isn't all her  fault, so I just do the "best I can for  her and perhaps when she is older she  w^ll mend her ways."  TLilah is pretty, there is no room for  doubt, on that scorfe. And what Nature has hot done for her she does for  herself. Our quiet countryside had  never seen such hair and complexion  and eyebrows as hers, such short  skirts and sfllc stockings and high-;  heeled shoes. , And her mother is as  artificial as her face. She admitted  at once to being ''horribly bored" in  the company of women, butlet, a man  appear on the horizon and she was all  animation. '  ������������������������ "I don't know how you exist here,"  she said to,, me the second time we  met. "Of course Auntie and Jean  have always lived in. the country anil  I puppose they don't mind, but you  must be awfully fed tip."  I assured her that I was quite  happy and that I felt myself exceedingly fortunate in having come to' a  district where the neighbors were so  congenial*.  "Oh, but you'ie absolutely dippy"  about your husband," she said with a  shrug and a smile that I hated her for,  "anyone can soo that. I would simply die hero. I couldn't be like Jean,  contented to live in n rut, with no  company except a lot of older married  people who cjin't talk about (anything  but: crops and polities'". ^. .'���������������������������fi  '������������������' "Jean (Iohh not need to he amused  nil tho tlmo," J pointed out, "she lias  rosourcoB  within .'herself.     ' And   you  must remember that while there arej  unfortunately, no other girls in the  district we have some fine young men  I wouldn't mind taking him on myself, he'd he quite good-looking once  he got rid .of his country tan, I'm so  -Mr. Macleod and the Camerons and i dark that t don't mind red hair."  the Farrells and ..."  : "So far as I'm concerned," JLllah interrupted with another shrug, ''the  only one of them that has any pep is  Jim Cameron, and, of course, he is  just a'hick."  '���������"Who is just a-hick?" asked Jean as  she came Into the room. ,_7  "YouB-Jlm-jCameron," Lilah replied,  "I wjsh he could have six months in  , the city, then ho would be some goer.  Jean was probably angrier than E,  but she did not show it. -  (To he continued) :    .  For 200 years Holland has tafeen ,a  leading factor in the cocoa industry.  TodayAmsterdam alonehas eighteen  factories engaged in; the manufacture  of cocoa and chocolate;"1  money in trying So fftEid soBue  thing "just as gocwi^ as^;  tSJ^UH* tUJSISUXN   ������ Jc#A.  <���������'  ������J  ���������n Tii-sr*W  >���������  ���������^���������*  .*-���������������  - \  TOTS- ���������R.invTR'w.    nT?Tr.������'Tr*'xr    j?  1  \  toZ*?��������� mniic&iv *������w*??lZmm  ^'I'SLK/  WORLD HAPPENINGS  ���������s BRIEFLY TOLD  ���������p-a  I  A ���������>.������--l������Mr=V=-  ;i/i\f^A*ftva*  '-_ The^anhual meeting of the Canadian  Council of^Agriculture, with delegates  attending from Alberta, Saskatchewan,,  Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec, wiii  be held at Regina on February 19 r  "Wing Commander J, "Lindsay Gordon, D.F.C., acting director oflne  Canadian Air Force, leaves shortly for  England to take a two-years' course at  the staffs college of the Royal Air  Force at Andover.       -    . .  A resolution providing that race  track gambling be abolished as "detrimental to^the best interests of*Can-  [ ada"  will- again be moved by W.  C.  " Good..   (Progressive,    Brant),   at   the  coming,session of Parliament./" ���������  " C. H. Best, who was associated with  Dr. F. G. Banting in the discovery pf  insulin as,a treatment forxdiabetes,  announces- that production of insulin]  at the Toronto University' laboratory  "is now far ahead of .the local .demand*  "Miss America'* Declares 'Tanlac  >���������" Wonderful Health Giving Tonic  Miss Campbell in "Miss America"  crown -which she has: vi/on "on two  occasions.        - y^  Photograph by Atlantic Foto Service.  W. Hamilton, General Manager of  the Union Bank of Canada.  Union Bank Annual Report  -" Heavy Grain Movement  With a hundred million bushels ot  wheat still in farmer's hands on the  prairies, the railways find-their work  in excess of what original plans called for. Much equipment, which goes  into the shops usually fat this season-  will continue in. service .right through  to tho spring opening of navigation, it  Is declared. At present Alberta, grain  dominates the situation.       ,     N  Corns, Warts, Bunions,  PgMnlgs**]--*  H! p-run ved  Canada's Western  Bank Is In a Very  , Healthy Condition  "Westerners will review with considerable  satisfaction the  operations  of  the Union Bank for   the    fiscal   year  ending Nov.  30,  1923.      It ha& been  without doubt one of the most trying  ! nerlods   which  banking and  business  SO NERVOUS SHE  COULD NOT SLEEP  Don't limp any longer, don't suffer  another hour from corns. The old- j houses iu general have faced for some  est remedy and the best, the one that j time and the fafet that thig important  for fifty years has proved a true success, will lift out your corns in a  hurry." Putnam's Painless Corn and  Wart Extractor is the one remedy to  use. Refuse ^a" substitute* 25.C. everywhere.- >. ,-   -   , LSIf .  A  Quebec   Woman   Found Relief and,  Wants Others to Know-  Mrs. Donald M. McLsod  Que., was a victim, of great' nervousness until she found the right remedy,  and is now anxious that others shall  profit by her experience.    ��������� Mrs. Mc-  ..Leod   says:<���������"Some  years   ago I  became run down-and grew so nervous  that my life was a burden to myself  and all around me._   Every night I  would wake .up with a choking Reeling, numb all over and my heart -beaming    at   -an 'alarming rate.      I would  jump up and walk the" floor and 'declare   I   was   dying.,    Then I would  have sinking spells, and all day long  would be "s6 dizzy- that.'rr^ould--Stag*  ger like a "drunkenr person.      I was  afraid to* be'left alone, and-my-'condl'  tion was terrible.     -I was then taken  to    the   Sherbrooke- hospital, but the  treatment there did mevno good and I  came back"-home so weak that I could  hardly" cross ltHei floor.-  - I__-could not  take    care, "of  'my children,-and"my  mother" did so.     Everybody .thought I  was dyingr and'I was just waiting and  wondering when, the end would come.-  At this stage my attention was directed to Dr., Williams' Pink Fills, and I  got a supply at once.     By the tlme���������I  had used five boxes I felt much better, could eat better, and sleep better,  and felt almost1 like a new woman.    I  continued the pills for some time further,   and   am   ,now   a   strong   and  healthy woman.     I advise   all    rundown women to-try Dr. Williams' Pink  FHis   at>   I   am sure they will do for  others what they have done for me."  The new sales tax will not Increase  the price of Dr. ^Williams' Pink Pills,  as the company pays the tax. You  can still/obtain the pills through any  medicine dealer at 50 cents a box, or  by mail, post paid, at this price, from  The JDr. Williams'- Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.^  Creosote Plant For St. Boniface  A deal-has been concluded between  the City of St. Boniface and the Dominion Tar and Chemical Company  whereby the latter secures a piece of  -land within the-city limits on which  to-erect a plant for creosoting.  A Severe Attack  Of Heart TroiaMe  , Was Relieved By  ; MILBURN'S -  .Heart and Nerve Pills  I finally went-to  purchased^ three  Heart and Nerve  immediate    relief  Mr.    S.    E.    Barnes,. Athene, Ont.,  <-B-rAtes:-=-"iFour Tears ago*"I-had.a very  severe    attack, ���������of heart trosjMe.   -I  consulted lay doctor; he treated me  forborne.time,- but I only seemed to  'be gettingy worse,  our   druggist    and  boxes of Milburn's  Fills', and derived  from, their use, and I can truthfully  say they are a. wonderful medicine. I  always keep a box on hand, and if 1  feel out of sorts I take a few pills and  feel all right again."  Milburn's Heart and Nerve Pills aro  50c a box at all dealers, or mailed  direct on receipt of price by The T.  Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont.  Five thousand acres of essence-  yielding flowers nre"-under cultivation  In Grasse, France.  It is not enough in this world to  "mean well." We ought to do well.  Thoughtfulness, therefore, becomes  a duty, and ��������� gratitude one of the  graces.  Thirty new varieties of birds have  been found In the South Sea Islands.  PIMPLES ON   I  HEAD AND NECK  Small and Formed Sore  Eruptions. Skin S6re artel  Red. Cuticura Heals, 't  '���������'���������'', "         ���������'!   I'      II'     - ' ,'    '   "."  "Pimples broke out on the hack  of my head nnd heck. At first the  pimples were small and then  ran into each other and  formed sore eruptions about  the size of a ten cent piece.  The akin was oore and fed  and itched a' great deal,  causing ma to scratch.  "I had the trouble about  six months before I began uuiug  Cutlcura Soap and Ointment, and  after using three cakes of Soap and  three boxes of Ointment I was  healed." (Signed) J. A, Macdonald,  GLffard, Quebec.  ^Rely on Cutlcura. Soap, Ointment  and Talcum, to care iot your akin  ���������hi������,������������lB-fe, Olntmim- WMkd MM.  $"���������  . Miller's Wprm Powders not only exterminate intestinal and other worms,  but they are a remedy for many other  ailments of children. They strengthen the young stomach against biliousness anoL are tonicalltf" their effects  where tho child suiters from loss of  appetite. In feverish conditions they  Will be.found useful and they* will  serve tbi401ay paln.and griping in the  stomach, from which children so often  suffer. / ���������,-.    ��������������������������������������������� ' __  China's Philosophy  The Chinese have a philosophy of  their own.     Itjinay not   be   so" advanced    as    the    pragmatism of the  sclioolB, nor so-uplifting  as   that   of  the money markets; but It If the result Of many' centuries of experience,  anil -"in some particulars, auch as its1  diBlikes "of  minding  your   neighbor's  buaiheas, and  its    want    of    appro-  ciatlon-'of war, "4t   Beems    tolerably  sound .���������-The Montreal Gazette.  xxxSiAiAliAOn,/  vtHZCu   ilciS   &m.Zj .vjlm.    vviut   iLlc:  great^ western country in which its  head office is' located, can show a* net  profit amounting to $1,033,432.15 for  the year is not only very satisfactory,  imt a matter for congratulation. These,  figures, it may be noted, are almost  as large as in 1922.  The 59th Annual Statement demonstrates the solidity of the bank.      It  shows total assets  of $128,299,679.36,  while  $57,877,689.11   represents   quick  and readily realizable assets, which is  equal to ���������49..8 per cent, of the bank's  liabilities to the public.      Included in  these assets are: Specie and Domin-  j ion notes, $10,085,387.90> deposit with  the minister of nnance, $396,000;  deposit in the central" gold reserve, $2,-  800,000; Dominion and provincial government -  securities'/  -$16,194,856.43"  Canadian   municipal    securities-   and  British,   foreign .and   colonial   public  securities other than   Canadian,    $7,-  035.S60.77;   railway and other bonds,  debentures and stocks,  $3,505,471.06;  . call and short (not exceeding 30 days)  loans in Canada; on. bonds, debentures  and stocks- and other securities of a  sufficient marketable value to cover,  $l-".096,������35:25** denSa%d 'loans    in    Canada, -slecared hy ~ grain," $9������407,471.93;  cheques on other-banks, $4,192,561.55-.  One of the outstanding -features c*  the report'is the marked decrease in  loans outside Canada','indicating that  Canadians and the' needs  of Canada  have first call upon the resources of  the Bank. .    * " .  The statement shows that deposits  now total nearly one hundred million  dollars,, the actual figures being $95,-  621,250.^.8. Of that amount $67,211,-  589.77 represents savings afecounts and  the oalance, $28,179,661.01, demand deposits. _      .-     .���������-  The figures contained in the statement augur well for the future of the  west. The institution, through the  conservative policies of those who  guide it, is in a good position, and the  showing made in 1923 warrants the  continued active support of all for a  bank which is doing so much toward  the development of Western Canada.  The Union Bank and the west have  progressed together in expansion and  development, and just as tho resources  of the illimitable west are as yet  -scarcely scratched, so the Union Bank  of Canada is but .standing on .the  threshold of a long period of ever increasing activity and added strength.  JMiss Mary Katherlne  twice proclaimed "Miss America,"  has taken TANLAC and endorses it  in- a statement Recently given to the  women of* America through International Proprietaries^ "Inc., distributors  of. this great tonic. " In this statement, Miss America declares that  Good Health_is the basis of all Beauty;,  and advises women who would be  beautiful to "first find good health."  Her complete statement as given is  as follows: "I consider it a great privilege to be able to tell the thousands  of -women everywhere what a great'  tonic TANLAC is. Health Is" the  basis of all beauty. Without good  health, one is apt to be run down,  nervous"," underweight, high-strung,  anaemic. Indigestion    drives    the  Campbell,! roses from a woman's    cheeks    and   ^  robs Eer of that radiant "quality of womanhood that is real beauty.  "I have taken TANLAC and I do not  "hesitate to say that it is a wonderful  health-giving tonic. It has brought  relief and - good -health to many women, and with good health one may  have a measure of beauty that will" "  overcome shortcomings in face and  figure.  "Rosy cheeks, sparkling eyes, a well-  rounded figure, a lovable disposition,  go hand in hand with good health.  To those searching for beauty, I would  say-���������"First-of all, Find Good Keali"  .......lA'nVlMill  if v**a-(4JUJA.aa--������a9  The xAIsiiiAC treatment has proven  recommend it."  Miss -Campbell has written a booklets on Health and Beauty which may  be secured by filling out the coupon  below.  " : 1��������� ��������� *  INTERNATIONAL PROPRIETARIES, INC.  Department Z, 102, ATLANTA,  Q"t.  Gentlemen: I herewith enclose 10 cents (stamps wilt do), for which, send tne  a copy of Miss Mary Katherlne Campbell's Boolcfet on "Beauty and Health."  Name Street  Town    '. .V... ..State  Do Not Want Work  That British harvesters strandedT in  Toronto have positively declared  themselves unwilling to go on farm3  and that a repdrfc on their stand, bearing "proof that they have refused to  adapt themselves to Canada's conditions," was seat through immigration  authorities to the Dominion Government, was the statement made by C.  H. Hudson, superintendent of the government employment bureau.  Want Buffalo Park  There is a-movement on. foot in Saskatchewan in favor of a "buffalo park  in that province similar to the,national park now maintained at "Wain-  wright, Alberta, on the transcontinental line of the Canadian National Rail^  ways. The Associated Boards of  Trade of the province are to deal* with  the matter.  A pleasant 'xqedicihe for* children is  Mother Graves' JVorm Exterminator,  and" it is excellent for driving worms  from the system.    ;   7  In Its Favor l  Old. Lady.���������That* parrot I bought  yesterday uses mcjat violent language.  , Dealer.���������-Lady, I don't deny that he  doosTswerir a bit but you must bo  thankful he ^doesn't drink or gamble."  ������������������London Weekly Telegraph.  AwiuI Asthma Attacks. Is there a  member of your family-Vho is in the  power of this distressing trouble-? No  service you can render him will equal  the bringing to his attention of Dr. J.  D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy. This  remarkable remedy rests Its reputation upon what it has done for others.  It has a truly wonderful record, cover-  ins years and years of success In almost every part of this continent, and  even beyond tho seas.  j_ ���������      ���������.  i--i  New Wheat Market  Considerable quajitities of Western  Canadian wheat are being shipped to  South America through the port of  Vancouver. Up to the present, Brazil  is one of the largest buyers down  there. .  A Thousand  Cooking Uses.  For soups, sauces, gravies, savouiy  dishes, -meat iellies, beef tea, and  restortngtheflavortoEeit oveidishes.  'CUBES  Ea (kw oS4, &0- 5Q> and! BOO.  *=r-*  ���������**-... .V..  ' Hold ���������������nr������-  lui. TjleumMe.  "One good excuse is  thousand poor ones.  better   than   a  The Friend of All Sufferers.���������-Dr.  Thomas"' Eclectric OH Is a valuable  remedy to all thoao -who suffer pain.  It holds-out hopo to everyone and  realizes it by stilling Buffering everywhere. It la a liniment that has the  "Llusslug of half a continent. It Ja on  sale everywhere nnd can bo found  wherever enquired for.  Teacher (after giving, the class a  lesson on snow).���������"And should we go  out on a winter's day and look about  us, what might wo nee on every  hand?"  ���������" C*t������V'  i..^^w..,n ,, in.. ,im in  II l il    .Hi.. umi.  mini mi.li  i mi umi ii   nun  W mytTjtftfiSS)   ^"^-''H'BIIifig^^fii  - Jft|P.^ytfflrafl tf-3i%ifmGWl?  It's foolish to fuller from constipation,  Bick headache, blltottancso, dizziness.  Indigestion, and kin  dred ailments  when Carlo r"a  Llttla   LB voi  Villa, will end  all misery in^  a few hours.  Pure]-/ vefle*  tahle.   Act  Fresh Supplies In Demand.���������Where-  ever Dr. Thomas" Eclectric Oil has  been introduced increased supplies  have been ordered, showing that  wherever it goes this excellent OH impresses Its pewer on tho people. -, No  matter in what latitude it may be  found its potency is never impaired.  It is put up in most portable shape in  bottles and can bo carried without  fear of breakage.  TNt  NEW  PRKNOH  REMEDY.      *  THERAPION IM0.1  THERAPION N0.2  THERAPlOfU N0.3  Bo. t for DlB.dd*i* C*t*rth.   H������. ft far Blood *  ���������kin DlM*MU-i H������.SfovChronlttW������aVn������aiei.  sol-v bv i.itAPi>iaci������MtsTf-.rM--������ in -t-������a.������--->,3������.  ������������.". rC-.**c tf������4.ea.l"*wtr*tock--!-' ..N.W.*, Lor, doit.  OK Hlltl, ���������**   VKOM  n,l>KOHTSr. K-HM.IOKOmO.  OH   M4.   E.T-   ">ACt,   StUC-K-f   IV-daT.   -MONTKKAk.  MONEY ORDERS  Pay your out-of-town accounts bs* Do-  rainio ir K-cpress Money Ondk-rs.  A Man-Tic-th Cheese  Australia has sent to the British  Ehnpire Exhibition, a mammoth  cheeBe weighing one and a half tons.  A photograph tnlccn nt PIttsworth  wherc^ the cheese was manufactured  shows 60 school children seated on It.  6  ARTICLES FOR SALE"  LBS.    LEAP    TOBACCO,    ONE  ,"\   pound Is flue cured-   Mailed all  over Canada ior $2.4M������.  Leamington, Ont.  Lewis Wiglo,  yij||wii  ���������c-rvc   am m *q <"���������������#  IB'B   o...BwBa������'  I issasstaiL Hi as ^^^bm        ^saM*a>  gently on liver and toowela.  gsstiill. 1HU���������SumSt D������a���������������S-mcH Prica  Corns cauce much nufferln*;, but  Holloway's Corn Remover offers a  speedy, sure and aatlafactory relief.  "Did you hoar about Wlllard, tho  bank caohler, stealing fifty thousand  arid running away with his friend's  wife?" "Good heavona! Who'll  teach his Sunday School class tamor-  rw?"���������Amnrlr-Jin   T.*-r1ou   Weekly.  Minard's Llnime-ivt for Dandruff TUB?  i n&  Issued every Friday At Creston, JB.<������.  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance.  $3.G0 co u.������S. points.  O. P. B^ttss, "Editor and Ownere  CRESTON, B.C.- FKlDAT, MAB. 21  LETTERS TO THE EDITOR  Keep Them Separate  Editor Review:  Sir���������In the last issue of your  paper the writer notices efforts are  again being set forth in devious  ways to develop co operative institutions to market Creation Valley  pro*lrao������b-  After years of experience in cooperative* efttbrts. and a careful observation of the various efforts let  tne tell you, growers, whatever you  d> to organize a' co-operative  marketing institution do not mix  it up with co-operative store, as'  my    observation   is     that   where  auvu  uoo  urou uvuc lauuic \l"  *.*������"- IS.*3  letters) haa always been the result.  Therefore centralization  imassonere  term.  - So far as school affairs' are concerned they will be handled exactly  as at present,  and   the assessment  for sohool purposes will.be made by  the provincial assessoi*  ^vho  is siofc  bound-to accept the roll as prepared  by   the village".    Mrl Baird  states  that in  other villages  this system  of handling the. schools  works ont  quite  satisfactorily,   the. policy of  the  education department -to pay  all   school    monies   r-egardlei-r of  whether   taxes   are   paid- or. not  simplifying   school  financing con  siderably.  The work of policing the village  will be as-at present, though at fsj  expected that whoever is employed  as town. handyman-; iDQiudin^  poundkeepinsr. wilt he  sworn in aa  *=   sn-rsss-r*^**-^   a^*-kl So-**-*, -e-a-a  e-������    -r-^-k      iviiia      mm  *D>   S3i������r*-ir\^J,C%M    gIVaHIWW   *3"t^   um*B      **%*        {=���������- m -������ +*mf jujab-u-  some needed authority in seeing  that village by-laws are lived np  to. ������" -  The permanent village clerk and  treasurer will be appointed i by the  first board of elected commissioners*  and in addition to the two former  offices he -will probably he asked to  ������������������'-������ "l"     j    *      jb t_ i.-     Iassnme the work - of.  assessor   and  your effort and aim  for marketing I ~ -mrr.^" *      t..  I tax   oonefStor.     With   sncEs  alter-  purposes if yon wish to bring suc-  oessjs A. IJNDL-EY.  E-ethbildge, Alta., March 17.  Village OiCd by  ations as seem desirable to equalize  assessments it is quite .certain the  provincial assessment roll for 1924  will be adhered to3 but a thorough  revision wilt be made by the assessor for use in 1925.  The boundaries of - the town  briefly stated are as follows.- Starting at the Benney ranch  (with the  Unless something entirely uhex-1 _ ,--,-..      t\ ^.        %       ^..  ���������..   , .-��������� .       -...������������������'.���������:���������"���������"��������� As I Dow ranch lest out} travel north to  pecc-so transpires at  ss rsowr sssuew -  that Creston will be British Colum  bin's newest self governing village  municipality   not later  than June  ISt.:        .'.'.    -���������'- '  On Saturday, Mr. Baird, inspect  or of municipal affairs for  the provincial government'   was here* from  Victoria, and made a   very careful  inspection  of th.e   wJiole situstiofl,^  He made a "trip .over the^n tire area  to be included in   the. corporation  limits, discussed the situation very  thoroughly     with    the   municipal  committee as well as several of the  citizens, and went   away   satisfied  that Creston   is overwhelmingly- in  favor of  incorpora tion.    The   peti  tiohs showing over 200  signatures  of adult' residents was checked by  the C.P.R. right of way and thence  west to a point about 200 yards  beyond Christ Church. Thence  north to the line between the Ed-  mondson and L-yne ranches.  Thence east (leaving out the.L-yne  and Mrs. Wilson places) to the  west line of  the I-earmdnth ranch.  Thence south (leaving out the L-ear-1 -  month, Andy AndTersoii, - Goodwin,  Mo Alpine and C. Moore places) including the - Gobbett, ;, Mawson,_  former John "Hobden and Crosth-  wait ranches to the John Arrow-  smith ranch, and from there west  to Mrs. Benney's.  To some the village area appears  too extensive, but this could not be  avoided due to the fact  that it was  Mr. Baird  and   officially   accepted felt ������nsafe  to incorporate an -area  that produced less than $3000 of  provincial taxes on the present  assessment.    In the de fining of the  by him, and on his departure he  strongly-urged the temporary com  missioners to commence work at  once so that on the receipt of the  village charter prompt action could  be taken to complete the preliminaries necessary before the first permanent board of commissioners  could be elected by ballot.  Mr. Baird approved of the choice  of C. B. Garland, E. C.Gibbs and  Major -Mall and nine aa   temporary  commissioners, and at   the   Saturday afternoon meeting went   fully  into their duties witli   them.    Be  tween now *and the arrival  of the  village charter   the   commissioners  ���������work will be to prepare  an asseao  ment roll which will show how each  piece of  property  ia assessed aa to  value of land and improvements.  As soon as the charter arrives,  giving the village the usual legal  municipal status, the com mission era  are authorized to appoint a temporary village clerk and treasurer and  11 send otit assessment' notices' aa  per the new roil, and after the lapse  oF a stated period to proceod to bold  a corirt of revision of the assess  ment**, mind when the roll has been  confirmed the rate for the year can  be struck to provide sufficient to  conduct the village business.  boundaries the committee has done  litest effective work in omitting  territory that provided little taxes  but promised to entail much road  upkeep, as well as possible new  'sidewalk construction.  With the exception   of a few die-  hards who gob their  Scotch up too  quick, but who, for the   most part,  very respectfully refused  to change  their mind when   the   whole   situation was   explained    them,    those  who circulated   the petitions   were  agreeably surprised at the nlraority  displayed by those asked   for their  signatures.     The men   comprising  the   municipal   committee   was   a  sufficient assurance that no increase  in taxes was   thought of.   even did  the Village Act permit  of reckless  expenditures, whilst on every hand  it was felt that the village area has  not of late got  anywhere near value for the taxes collected.    As one  .party put 51/, w<o can't be .amy woi-ae  -off, and there is   every   ohnnoo   of  getting some  service for  the rates  paid in.  Whilst the petitions showing ever 200 citizens as favoring village  incorporation have gone on to Vic-  With tbe rate Hxed tax notices florin, the temporary commissioners)  are sent out, and witli the village jut til li&ve lists for signature, and  thus in shape to collect revenues a anyone who haa been overlooked or  nomination day in fixed, with the! who has tnkom fcb-*ir tin*--* at oom-  date of election ������*et for one week I ing U> a favorable decision aro  later, arid ai, thm election three asked to sign up. The aim of the  commissioners will be elected by j aommittee is. to have 00 per oant. of  ballot and they will hold ottice mi- the people recorded aa iu r������v*wr, ma  til J������t.m-.a������ry, 1926, at which carina; nvolE aq tho aamo per eetitage -of?  another  election  is   licslrl and com-   property owned  within the village.  , sm BS   BB sB  mm-mm  f $-7:1111  mmVSSmmX      ffirT *<f ***^ j^E^m.  IB v  lnK.011.-7-1  ������~   ?r- ��������� *--<&**%  -' '-.  Therefore a few of your requirements  V( "  ~.-'4    "  bT "a* A 1-fe'gS  ������|--a   ^JL.������t=l*r   s,^,'2.sMs  ^���������^mre*             ^"^^fc-tf^fc  1~ Jr.. ������pltt.uy9 complete with cultivator parts  JOHN DEERE PLQW5, $30.00, with  one  The Wtv- ai the Railroad   "K"  w^-*^vv%\^*."-^^vvwv>^v-t^>w������^ (  Moan! Sto-ih������n  tUmmm in ������h������ <J������na<tUn  Raeki.it. 'mm Ui������ It-wirt ���������!  ttvf Xln-Mit.   "Planttaaai ���������! C*������������U.������- v  IniH abnv*, aaklvttad Y.M.CJI.. ������������ K������m������3-i. Oaf..  p ROVISIONS mado for the welfare of employees  * who are temporarily away from tJj.eu* home  terminals are important factors In tho succcbb������u1  operation of railroads, particularly In Canada, whore  Olvlolonal termEnnla are often located at ������mall places  where thore b poor accommodation, If any* for tho  transient or periodical visitor, and practically no  facility for amusement. Few men are satisfied to  itop ovor at frequent Intervals In placet- where they  eannot obtain tho ordinary comforts of life, and for  ILIt*. KtiukHMit, tokftep Stb Miken on tl;o Jot>, as well aa  t4r tho reason that it desErea Its employees to enjoy  -rood  food,  root  and  recreation  tho   Canadian   Pacific   Railway  various    Esftroud  tho  advantages, of  whenever   possible,   ,  has    very   ewelnestly    supported ,   .  Y.M.C.A/S alonar Its llnca.   At 'alawMtt every terminal  ���������omo provision it made for  the  train crews along  Y.M.C.A. Unea, luiit the   Ccunpany   h������������   be������--   more  Interested  In providing oUartors  In  such places as  afford no othor accommodtttion, ���������uch as WmU River,  Chainl^a'U una Cu-fttur, Mum.! iow^i In 'Ou.liaia>,. much  really ow������ their esdstoncii to th* fact that thoy aro  railway divisional points.    Altogether ten buildlnga  have hoeni riven over by the railway company to  - Y.ltXML  work, and In addtWon to snpplyiii������ and  eq^lpplnc- th������ baUdings, tha -Conadlttxt Fauiilo sup-  ptlei llffht, beat mnA ropah-s and makes a monthly  grtLOX of ttwasf -to eectu    Thft'souB* Mca'a Chrlu-  Els-i Aslociatloin operate* tho Im it dinar at approximate  coat, and whore a profit Ii made this hi put back into  the ������orvlco.'  tho town, and Its ffood work.bo IropiNinsed the officer*,  of tho company with its poaalbllltlca tliat, at the enff^  of ono year tho buildlna waa practically taken.over,  by them. This wob really tho nuclcu-t of tlio greater  organization, and Railroad Y*a will now bo, found at  Cranbrook,  B.C..  Field,  R.CL where  the  Company  8ave the magnlfKont Mount Stephen House; Konora,  int., where the second aatjeciatlbh becamo. OBtabumh*-  cd;   Iffnnco,  where  n*r"pl������ndid"v.'rierw".���������',BniIdlniE':"'W'-'In;  course of construction; -Whlto^ River, Chapleau and  Cartlor in Ontario,. and Erbismpillo Jnnet!on# Mnlne*'  In most of thoso ploces thainstitutlon Is of civlc  importance. Moving picture sihowa are arranged  sometimes twice a week, and tHesosro patronhxed-  by the whole town. "Moot of tlw ^'Indoor'' entortaltf-;  ments arc open to visitors, bnt tho outdoor snorts  are organlKad almost solely by and,for the railroad  omnloyeos and their families. Tennis, football, baeo-  ball and othor sports aro orgahlzod, and Divisional  tournaments and matches aro arranged In which  both the -raalo and fensxilo catenloycfca taEe pa.tt.'- E-tch  ������YM 1������~ oqulppod with bowu^g alley* and^ billiard  tables, and competition In these aporto la no Icbb keen  between tho various district* and toWns. ���������������������������  The valuo of tho organl-sation cannot be fully  appreciated by cthei: than thoso' wlwi. kno**;'-ita, Workings. The engineers and trainmen, after driviiiir  tbrong-b tho snow/nnd cftid, - find: an open fire,'a good  meal and cheerful companionship aw-ilting thorn at  tho end of a Journe^. ; "Wiey can enioy n������aoM������iilly  all the comforts of a Ijpinf>;%*& the^tisfiictlon whlcfti  It is Interesting to note,' however, that the xirst this irlvea thorn huu L-u**1- fcs-*������i"***'**- ������-^->-<fu������ ������-- uAi������'���������������������. w������i  Y.M.C.A. on (aanattinn PicTfic.Hues was started by morala and well-beingj-of jho employees gohorally,  thf- -im-nloye������iM and citltena at Hovels toko ' m 1805. amply compensatee tha-Oainpftiay-fttir IU rath������* htatqr  This. organiBata did much toward* "deanlnj up" lexpendltur-is.  MIH  mmssHg&m:  immtammi  l*B3  '"* ~"''i.y.,tXXfAA"A:A":  ^; :r^iP^^:^ ��������� :^*jj.v-^. I &&X$' Shoe and  Harpess  j Local- aakl Personal  T"fe i^"   *-  xvcpiairiu  _. *N| ew** Steele oi  -       "EJT-" '  * ���������   - -    -  "TJia* laess1 * ~-  sn  * -  cofjarecfeo**  *-r-"  J|3 SMtIi*$9b������B55,  SAoe and Harness Repairing  MaoMzwousi  -,,.C. B. Twigg* local provinc  culturist, returned  1 week from a three  where he has-been conducting pruning  1 schools.  , ' "-������.'���������..  ]  . Merl Olsen    of   King--gate  weekend visitor here witfa-his brother,  Clarence, returning on^Tuesddy.   He  was employed at tho'.'C."P^'R������ depot as  bag'gagemaster up: till   about * three  years ago.,.. --,. A.  : The CP.R. has two work' trains on  the vim between Canyon and Koocen-  ay X������anding hauling about twenty care  of filS material each trip.. * A third  train is expected: on the job uefore ts������s  end of the month,  H. W.. McDonald returned pn  ��������� Wednesday la&i from a business visit  | to Pincher Greek, Alberta.    He found \  were tried in the 1     Fernie has  thirty   radios   in   oper-  Because of So many vacant buildings  facing the waterfront the News states      ���������.     ^i ������-.-.���������>       -   it-    ^ithat-Wakusp is- unfairly being eaKted  be missed by the ^^^f^ilL  "another^ lboseB.C. deserted towns."  -were *he first, measbSES   to  arrivs   its���������    -*?sr-;i,*i ii���������* I^nfcsn season ^sa end an  ihe Valley. " \."'.-.r- -  absence of social activity,   the  The i.idg-*t* Bros, parage report tbe   Kootenaian tells us that  Mrs.   Butler  IJeieelUnBse-ui'miropbningsatisfact-  finished planting her potatoes onSat-  orily   thia  week.   On. Monday  P.-J.   nrday.        . ^  Klingensmith took delivery of anewj    125,000 tront fry w������l! be batched at  19^ Superior Chevrolet, whilst I*. T. j the fish hatchery' at   Cranbrook" this  spring." and of these 75,000 will be'dsed  to Te-������toe*-thB streams in . the ��������� Fernie  district. "       '*-"-��������� ' <���������> * -   ,  After being out of business for. three  months the Newsbss rgss-lbed pn!s}S������  cation at Naku-tp.     The typesetting  <������-*������������"��������� nMgs������mi*r |s done at the office of  the -"*-' <���������**j'-������*w*>B5a������a- jZk&SxSn  '- By a vote of 103 to 3 &aslo has voted  to spend about $6000 in. purehaoingTa  ^:;^Usawmills*i������-������tie^ .t^ssp&ste ������-sh~-  -    1 m<3diafcdly feaso to the Severn lumber  firm, which will operate a sawmill for  the nex$ few" "years. -. --  e^B������r^^^  1 "Leveque has just pus-chased  the firm's  Hodge touring car.. Prospective- buy-  era are more rium������-rous even than last  year, and th������ firm is confident the balance-of their' carload" of Chevrolets  will move rapidly once real- spring  weather sets in for keeps. -  a ess kss  -rent attendance so far at the  Sa^^WBmZsm    w BMBIB  ���������      . .   . ... __, s.s *��������� ji 1 united Wednesday afternoon services  I-*"        "*��������� - " " " ~ ���������                  FOR TELE  "v.  ������ 11. .  IIIbIVBb  iiimrg  -BBBM-SH  "*������---  ^^-VrtttfV  Vnam  jk^aa*-������������--i<  AccommcdatioM  rm   +\**k .  .^.      .... w  Ton Wish.  Agents will gladly make Reservations,  arrange Passports and  l^v������-tf������!l inforsaatJona .  all thefarifiieregettiag eeady to 'patio Jfor womem   m  , _ - I reKisterea this  a very large crop. |������������������������������  U. J. Currie off Vancouver, auditor  cf the Sank of Commerce, paid Manager Bennett and his staff a St. Patrick's visit, and by the aid of a 2 a.m.  session -was able-to leave on the westbound the following day.       -  Jas. Cook is the latest to install a  radio in his residence, being busy on  Wednesday ^>th   the - iust-dBatios   of  I" ths outside a-ria!. . This district ie getting quite well supplied in   this  line,  this being the eighth set to be installed. ' -  *���������           .                                    -  All the local weather prophets are  agreed *thatjthere will be no flood waters on the flats this year, and' this  same view is taken at Bonner** Ferry,  where preparations are under way to  plant out all the low lands in that district.   lu  j:������riDit  blM*  week when Bev. G.  Knox p������-sided', an<^bhe address _ wae  given by Bev. 3. Araames on the topic, -*T1k? Vine~and the Fruit," with  Mrs. James-presiding at the piano, j  "Next Wednesday Bev. H. V������rley will  be the - speaker, and his subject ia  ������������������Sorrow;,Turned to- Joy.**, The services are at 3 ofelcck and ail the ladies  are !*ivit<ed-  The Associated Growers have .fourteen applicants for the position of general manager this year. A choico will  be made at a directors meeting on the |  171 eases were tried in y the Pernio  pnj;<M soisrt last ye*arb Convictions  were secured in all but fourteen cases.  85 of the prosecutions Were for violations of theJiqnor act.  FkmofmWtis, Qrgam- &s������d  giaeeimg  LeSSO&S  j.   mm^mm    f������-a>-H>>-S>%9m\        **ajfm,-mT    7    Wi  7'.      .P.O. ilssM  ^-t--   m.   *btf|"ii -jg-s-aBi-g-Bi **.ww^wi R--s ss-555-��������� -w  keetsTHIBD THURSDAY ol  eae-h" ngonsh. at Mercani������l������  Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  ^RIC OLSON ,W.M.  St. Patrick's Whist  MEAT MERCHANTS  ASK TOTJR AGEOT TO-DAY  Fob Sams���������Democrats, ...buggies,  wag������������ns- harness, implements of every  I description, beam stump puller, jnilch  I cows, 12 --"Uick cattle, and 10 norses,  1 Will sell on time, or exchange ,ffor  'fruit* JDsscounts' off for cash.- Alf.  Nelson, Canyon.    _  The ladies of-Holy Crossr-Churdh had  asmui tweaty ?^b!ss at players at the  St. Patrickrs whist: and musical   evening on Monday night.   For the high  score prises tbe honors  were closely  conte-ted, there being a tie for both,  with the cut  favoring  Mrs. .Stanley  Patterson and *������&L\ Mawson.   The consolation prizes went to Mrs. Sasn Fras-  er*t������nd M. J; Beninger.    A very  fine  lunch w.as served and -this was folicw-  ������mI by h nicely arranged,  concert   programme in which John Hall and Capt.  Cromptois favored "^with   solos,   Mrs.  oYNSPSlSSF  The bass fishing season in the Kootenay Biver is now opened, -a'^three  pound two oance sampie of ;bass"being  brought ih on Monday by ^Sepi-Hen-  dren,������and is the, first entry for the  MawsonJBros. prize f������������r the biggest  tbu-tspecies.,^-^ ;^_ i...-.  TRY OUR -  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  'An economical dish, easy to serve.  Shamrock Brana HAM, BACON and LARD  atENBALE CREAMERY B  Government graded, highest quality.  - FRESH ami CURED FISH  _B������ J-}*-,  LCrompton contributed  a  pit������so   solo  and wrs also   favored   with   a   duett  B^tioultutaa  ' PRE-E-V3PTIOW8  Vacant,"-^ ' unreserved,       aurveiFod  Crown Sanaa may .be pre-empted t>y  Brltlsh aunJectB over 18 years of-U-Of  and by aliens on. declaring intention  to  become  British  subjsdta,   con-Sfi-  tio-aal    upon   r������ai*S-sncw,  ana   nnprovcmeni:   for  purpoawa.       - >. "; -s  - Full information eanc-miAnff. resu-  .af-tons r������--ardSn*r pre-emptions is  Blven In Bulletin No. 1, Land Series,  "How to Pre-������mpt I*nd>'' copies of  which.can be "obtained free o-E charg-e  by addraaBinir th������ Deportment or  UuidB, Victoria, B.C, or to any Gov-  --rnment, Atrent. -  Records" will be  ---ranted coverfnB-  unly^land suitable   for    acrtcullnral  purposes.* and which to not tl-pber-  loiul     t a      **������X!?ai.&g   OVftr   eeOfflO - hnaM  feet" per'aore "west of tho Coast Bims^e  and 8,000 foot per aova east of that  Ronae.  Applications for p--o-einptlo������-i are  .o bo addressed :to the SLo-a-S Com-  rniMlonor of the ILana Hmsmwug **���������-  vrlnlon. In which the land applied for  Is situated, and are made op printed  forms, copies of which can "be on- *  wined from .the' K������ajad Commlaslonor.  JPra-omptlona-muat be occupied for  five years and Impi-ovemonta made  to value "of 910 per acre," includln-i  clearing and cultivating at least Ave  aoras, before a Crown Grant can be  received,-  For more detailod Information soe  tho BulleUn "IJlow to I-re-empt  fjA-ad."'  PURCHA8E  Applications are received for purchase   of   vacant" and , unreserved  .   Crown lands, not beln-r tlmberland,  for ajprScultural purposea;. minimum  "price of flvat-olaaa (arable) land'lo W  per acre, and ao-jond-cunw. (graalng)  land tal&O per acre. Further Information regarding, purchaae or lease  of Crown lands la given In Bulletin  No. lt>, Xand fiertea, ���������Faw-haao and  "Lease of Crown X-anda."  Mill, factory, or Industrial sites op  timber land; not exceeding 40 acres,  may be purchaaod or leased, the conditions Including ������������������: payment ot  ���������tump-wa.  HOMESITE   LCAOEB  I tlnaurveyed areaa, not ������*o������eclliiK id  aores, may bo leased aa bomesltes,  | conditional upon a dwelllnir; belna  ,-xreoted-lh the flrat year, title being  obtainable after residence and improvement conditions aro fulfilled  arid land has been aurveyiad.  LCA8C0  T?Qr  graslag- smS,  'Infl-aatrtaS    ptif-  poses areas not ������xceedln*r 040 ncr*������������  may be leased  by o������0 p������raoiv or  n  company. '' ." f    . .". 7T-'  attAXtUQ  Under the Ortuiin-- Act the Prov-  Inoa 1n divided Into rrajtlnr dlMtHcU  an fl tho range administered under ������j  draalng ; Conunlsaionen ��������� AmiuaJ  irroulnft- permits are Issued baaed on  numbers rait-sod, priority being a-tven  may" form M*aisociat.omi. ' for', rum***  manuKftmant. Free, or partially free.  liwvmlts are avaUable #or mittlars.  eampera   and   travellers,   np   to   t������n  nmssS-fja, **u  i ^Mr^^irdV 7i*A*peetor.of :iuuhicipai-  itieW-^aaWrVfrbm, ^VicSwn-ia "at- the  end of the week, making ah inepectioa  of the proposed Creston village area  and'the petitions of incorporation-"in  connection therewith. It is expected  the village incorporation charter will  be herfe befcrs tbe first of May.  a  with Mr. Cwimpton,   Miss  Jan   Hail  playing the   accompaniraeut"' for   the  duett aa well as herfather'a .solo mum  bera.   "The  evening.   ended��������� with. an  honr'sinformal dan<ce,   t>he music for  which was"������uppli������iid-"byc-Miss Brand'er,  vib1lirs-ris*rfd-;Mi-������%^  piano,   t-he an5m^:^a������iquite-:a-finff.-i  eial as well as social Vni&ess, the cash  intake being auwit  Choicest BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BURNS' IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  isaeresses egg- production and produces better poultry.   Buy the best.  The Standfast' Boy's  Club ,off  the  Presbyterian Church are   putting . on  an entertainment in the" Parish" Hall  tomorrow   afternoon,   to   which   the  public is invited,   the  programme   to  start st 8.80.   Something entirely different in the way off entertainment Is  promised, and the boys are also serving refreshments.   Dont miss it.   Admission 25c. ~  JMsastpbjrch Servicss  SUNDAY. MARC64  CRESTON  7.90 p.n>.  23  The Imperial Oil ^Company are putting in a tank supply depot atKaslo.  Cranbrook council-has made a grant  of ,9260. to help tinance the 1024 fall  fair. .-������._ "~  Seventy auto licenses had been  issued ut Fernie up till the first of  March.  $5415 was collected in Sues ������& Ifernic  police court last year. Ip 1022 the total  waa $0200.  - At Cranbrook the dairymen are now  paying a license of $15 to sell milk in  that town.  At Fernie the city medical health  officer Is recommending vaccination,  fearing a smallpox outbreak.  This Baek and.Your Budness  ffee sstotSgaaoff, a SaaiBs "asdl������s.irtftBiitgBa-BjB^  %K9 mtviiub������������ ��������������� w&kvu ti :��������������������������� i jn rirm���������  t������? in fas 9-o���������C4388 of a hwsteuess l%oiase.  The snasutger off each branch off this Basalt-  is always willing to aid customers 3n their  f-iiiaineflA -narobiems with impartial advies-  IMPERIAL   BANK  CW. AIXAN,  Or CA3*AXim%.  GEUSSTON BRANCH,  Journeys Far and Near  Creston Battery  KMilll ullU BswiISmII . liHOCUIaiUlS  *f "KT *rav������"IU-j-uav a   reserve faoA neuiai'  he   esssisA   to    useet   eanatacBegiclrg.  Oari-* nukV be lost or stolen. Onar X������t-  t-eOes'B   Ctaceaoet*, iasesed in  atnotinta to fill yava r������qirfrtsinent������,atei  erfe and coaveolen*. Tsry them. ���������  ^THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  C^-oUai Paid Up $20/K3CMSOO  7  . .       Vbtstxvc Fund $20^000^000  Cf^ston Branch'"'',-. -     ���������' C O. Penrirtr- liai-i-ger  ���������    ATTHEJIILt;  IiOIBPkIiJp LTOft  Every Friday throughout  -^Xont.  rlOt Air  Dteaita  and  Hot Wafer  ^.  , mm '^Mk oflgj^ flHlii. Ml tdHH-k  ^^^L^H ^S ^S,^S' Ha ^S ^M ^m ^^ai  IVIIUIbbIiIbI  WS - ^H ^H^f9 ^H i^R ^B ^R ^H ^Ha^V  RV      nBf   ^Wmw^   SBb   S���������l ���������"���������   WB *mW   ^BBJBJS^  Sheet Metal Work.    A good sjoclciif Pipe  and Hpe Fitting-s ott hand.  E. AV.'RV CKMAN,-Greston  mtmmm%mWmm  B'i^'S^fe! ir7.  W'~ '���������'  1,1. /  WPX.  -Ay A  ;i-Jd-ra:.s;.4^^^^  ;W:;  7������^^f "B������H SIHI  in  altf  S-KIf  _ as-sd Re!sst������s!e  EZmer-gesrseies off  s  trouble.  Gsft a bos from nearest dealer or send  50c to Zam-SuSt Co., Toronto, 5 for $1.25.  JgM-jglX*---"*1  finer tea and more of it  Krupp, Works   For  Spain. ^  i������      ~y    u      "  Stated Big German Concern Will Circumvent: .-Treaty   Provisions   by  *-���������      *    * - ������.��������� .. ..-"ii......  The famous. Krupp' Company of Germany is to ta'ke oyer Spain's oldest engineering works, ,JLa Maquinista Ter-  restrey. -Marit-ima, ��������� established in- 1855,  and also the CardonaTDpckyard, both  in Barcelona, Spain, according to a dispatch to the Daily- Mail from Barcelona. .The Germans are to supply the  'technical stafi!'and Spanish banks will  subscribe the capital necessary for extensions Qf^the,plants.  The Krupp s,-frill immediately place  large orders fo*?- work, which ��������� cannot be undertaken "in Germany under  the provisions of the treaty of Versailles. They will build steamers for  German and South American lines, and  locomotives for the Spanish railroads.  'The dispatch adds that the agreement has been favorably received in  Barcelona, where its inauguration  will relieve the #> unemployment  brought about by the closing down  of other works there. '"  ���������ft������ ?G0C������  3VB    ������������jf������ CSBS^'gB  these chilly imoriiir.gs~  BB 19-  . .    llr/^ia'  , co-operation* more self-reliance on the part oi" the individual, less lean-  on Governments,  and  closer, more  effective  co-operation  by all people  fWkeire Go-operation Is Badly T^eeded  I The farmers of Western Canada profess to believe in co-operation and to  be .^convinced of its merits.; /We believe they do and are.- The success of*  the; United Grain Growers "Co., tlie Saskatchewan Co-operative Elevator Co.,  co-operative creameries, co-operative wool marketing, "and sundry other enterprises, and the steps now being taken in all three prairie provinces to create  wheat pools, all go to prove that the "West believes in co-operation by individuals for the common welfare of all.  ', But even so, Western Canada is only in tho A.B.C stage of learning the  lesson and realizing the.benefits of co-operative effort. And, as stated in" a  repent article "in this column, the outstanding need of the country is more, not  ie������fe;  ing  inltheir respective communities, districts and provinces.  " Fanners are de Voting much time to co-operation in distribution and marketing, and they are wise in doing so. But why not begin at the very beginning "with co-operation in production? It will be urged in reply that production is, and must be, an individual matter with the farmer. This is true to  spine extent, but in other respects maximum profitable production can only be  attained through���������co-operation."    "Let us illustrate:  It remains with the individual farmer to decide how thoroughly he will  cultivate, and prepare, his. land j and whether ne will sow good, clean seed, the  best he can obtain. And these are important, factors in production. His  neighbor-cannot decide these .things for him, nor help, except with advice  and g0od-"e'xa^pl'eT-''-"':'-^-'hnniber'''Of farmers can," however, co-operatively make  arrimgments to secure clean, tested seed, and thereby save money for all and  'benefit all:7';'7~'?j"7'���������;    A'\      "-.'-:':-x':. ' ,      -    -"'"'.  Suppose, however, that one farmer has given careful attention to cultivation and has sown .only clean seed, but a neighbor negiects his farm, ignores  the law, and allows''his' land to become infested with noxious w^eds. It is  only a matter of time and seasons when the land of the careful, progressive  farmer is contaminated by the weed seeds his neighbor is producing, and,  notwithstanding cultivation and good seed, his production is reduced and he,  too, is hauling'and marketing1 weed sqeds instead of wlieat. - A-stop could  be put to this through co-operation.  Recently a Winnipeg"-'newspaper"-'stated that weeds cost the farmers of  Manitoba last year a good many million dollars���������$22,000,000 we think the "figure was, or more than the total of Provincial taxation, .heavy as that is.  In the booklet entitled "Is the West Worth While," to which reference  was made last week, the following statement is emphasized: "The farmers  complain that the tariff cost them some ������9,000,000 in 1922; but never a word  is said about the loss of $150,000,000 to the farmers of Western Canada in  "1922 through weeds." And the author, in advocating broad, comprehensive  co-operation, asks: "Why can't the Western farmer make a weedy farm as unpopular as a skunk in the dairy room, and thus save for himself the millions  of dollars it costs  him annually to grow weeds."  But hundreds of people seem to labor under the delusion that the passing  oi a Noxious Weed Act hy the "Legislature, and the appointment of a weed  inspector, is all that is necessary to solve the problem. Another case of leaning on the Government, whether it be Provincial or Municipal. Let the truth  sink in that if the Statute Books contained nothing but weed legislation, they  would never solve- the problem. It will never be solved, and the appalling  loss will continue to be sustained by the farmers unless and until the farmers  themselves are prepared to co-operate systematically and with determination  for its removal. ��������� .  Farmers did not fight grasshoppers by one farmer doing his duty and r&-  n-.-uining indifferent whether his neighbors discharged theirs or not. They  worked together, fought shoulder to shoulder, farm to farm, in a word, they  practised co-operation.      And It. proved effective.  Co-operation will alone solve the weed problem. Legislation, let it be  repeated, cannot, do U. It cannot be done through process of law. But it  can be done, through co-operation hy tlie farmers themselves. If every Grain  Glowers and United Farmer-- local association declared war on weeds, and  made ii their buslm*-..'* to *-������-���������-��������� that their respective districts wore cleaned lip  and/kept clean, they would be the means of putting millions of dollars into the  pockets ol' farmers annually. ^ The annihilation of weeds would well nigh  pay the freight bills of the Wi'Htern farmer.  Women Can Dye Any  . s   ..    Garment,   Drapery  ������*  Aunt Jemima Pamcakes  I"8"!-*  Get Aunt Jemima Pancake Flour at ydurgr&cers  mrj%i  i int      no  New for  rn,     i-ctucu  15 Cents  8 riljiyo  Diamond Dy<  es  Don't  or   tint  Wonder whether you can dye  successfully, because perfect  home dyeing is guaranteed with "Diamond Dyes" even if you have never  dyed before. Druggists have all colors.  Directions in each package.  Big Land Deai  It is understood that a 50,000-acre  land deal has been completed by-the  Webster "Land Company. The deal,  whieh involves a large sum, was ' a  cash purchase'of lands left vacant by  Mexico-bound old' colony Mennonites  in "the vicinity of.Rosthern, Sask.  'OiMcteess ana atrength  Outstanding Features Of  v eSaaaV -* ���������������������,  Union Bank Keoor  Mother! Give Sick Baby  California Fig Syrup  *n  Harmless    Laxative    to   .Clean    Liver  and Bowels of Baby or Child  Even constipated, bilious." feverish, or .sick,, colic  Babies ���������" and Children love to take  genuine ���������'Califoi*-  -nia Fig Syrup."  No other laxative  regulates the tender little bowels  so nicely. It���������-  sweetens -the  stomach and starts the ' liver and  bowels acting without griping... Contains no narcotics or soothing drugs..  Say "California" to your druggist and  avoid counterfeits! Insist upon genuine "California Fig Syrup" which  contains directions. .  1 f all the followers of -Mr. De Valera  were placed end to end,; we are informed, they would reach about seven  miles out to sea. A lot of people  are in favor of this scheme.���������Punch.'  59th Annual Keporfc; Shows The Bank In Solid  Position With High Percentage of  Liquid Resources  The balance sheet of the Union Sank of Canada for the nscal^year  ending 3Qth November, 1923, was received with a great deal of-satis-  faction by the,unusually large gathering of shareholders at the Annual  Meeting, which was held at the head office in Winnipeg, on Tuesday,  January 15th. W. R. Allan, President, presided. The General Man-'  ager, J. W. Hatnilton, presented the statement, and explained tt in''  detail.      ' i  4, The last Beard of Directors was re-elected excepting S. E. ~~"~ikin,  "St. John, N".B., who had resigned. At a directors meeting later in the  day the following officers were elected:* Sir William Price, Honorary  President;   Mr.  W.   R.   Allan,   President;   Mr.   G.   H.   Thomson,  Mr.  Stephen Haas and Mr. M. Bull, "Vice-Presidents.  - Some"of the outstanding features of the statement are:���������  Total assets amounting to "...'.... --   $128,299,679  of which nearly half represents cash, or assets than can-  be quickly and readily turned into cash"../.'...'A���������   ,  57.877.6S9  Reserve and Undivided Profits   > '         2,067.074  Deposits amounting to  . *���������       95,621,250  Investments,   ,represented   by   Dominion \ and Provincial  Government Securities, Canadian Municipal Securi-  '*      ties, British, Foreign and Colonial Securities, RaiL-  way and other Bonds, Debentures and Stocks        26.735.9S7  ���������������  A copy of the Complete Report may be obtained from any Branch  of the Bank. j  Union bank of can ad a  iL  Photographs Expected ,  Changes in sales tax regulations announced by the minister of custonfs  and excise classify photographers jas  retailers and make it unnecessary for  them to take out a sales tax license.  Major  Nelson T  Will Circle Globe  Pedro" Snnzirn    nnd  KnRl-rn1-      K.   L.  Pnge, avintoi-H of the Argen- ^Alberta  Alberta Wool Sales  KlohardHon,  secretary ol! the  Sheep   Breeders'  Association,  1 "������*--��������� HHny nnd navy, --nil for London u-  obtaln aeroplane and equipment for  the round-the-world flight which they  plan to Hi art, probably in .Ttm**-. from  Rome. TIh'.y will fly *>;---1wfir-l by  way of Japan and Canada.  "-.-"th  li->-������-lq---������rN������rH  tlitit  In Hi  year the  nt  ������!n l'*nry, reports  organization mar  keted  &O.500   pound--   of  wool   for  155  i   "*  ' sheep broederri, total recelptft for Bftme  } belrK-  $21.Klfi,   tin   average   or  u   lllllo  j more than 21 cents per pound,  GUARD TBE BABY  AGAINST COLDS  To guard the baby...against-colds  nothing can equal Baby's Own Tablets.  The Tablets are a mild laxative that  will keep the little one's stomach and  bowels working regularly. It. is a  recognized fact that whore the stomach and bowels are in good order that  colds will not-exist; that, the health of  the little one will be good and that he  will thrive and be happy. The new  sales tax will not increase the price of  Baby's^Own Tablets, as tho company  pays the tax. You can still obtain  the Tablets through any medicine  dealer nt 2T- cents a box, or by mall,  post, paid, from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co^BvoclcvlllcS Ont.  The lJal(JHtlii<- Kxploration Society Is  soon to make excavations on tho  Mount of Olives.  It is said married men malje better clerics yian single Ones. They  are riot in such a hurry to get home  of evenings.  Tlie  Salvation Army  bandsmen in  England, according to the "new figures,  numb'er:.S'b,0vO."'>J;,...' '     '777;'v7 ':���������������������������.:-ZZA  fJa^������ffl^eaasJ  ^Refreshes Tjred Eyes  Wilte Muxl-������e Co.,C"itea*a,forEyeC  :Book  affi'i'.cj  CHILDREN CRY FOR "CAST0R5A.  Especially Prepared for Infants and Children of All Ages  Moth or 1      Fletcher's-   CaHtorla  been  In.  une   for  over  flo   y-'ara  a������  pleasant,     luirmleas     suh.'-t.ituto  Cn.Mlor CHI. Farfif-orle. Te������'M-lnt* Drr������pf- t  and   Soothing  Syrup������.       Contnlrur   no  nnrnotlc'-.      Proven direction-- aro on  each    *>acl*ac<*-        PhyBletana    every  has . where reeowmend  It.      Tlie kind you  ra I'hnve ^Iwayii l>oii*-ht brrmf fi1|������n������turo of  for |  w7  l     C^Xy^^X^^C^^m  Ask for Minard's and talje no other  Artificial Ice Rink For Montreal  That Montreal la to have an up-to-  dute art'/hial \v.u palnee iilouK Iho  line's* of Ottuwti'H new autlitoiium,  neeuiH nn usHtu'etl fact, stnlRB the Ot-  lawsi Cillif.mi. It la understood that  tin" Inloi'i-HlH reprenonted nro McGIll  IJnh-ei'Hlty, Commander J. IC. Iy, Ross  anil the Cnmullnn Pacll^o Railway  Company. -  Keep MJnard'B Liniment In the house  W.    N.    U.    '1D09  Order Your  M.    Q^R-JL  AJLJIb '     A  A^C7iBl B-Jp   ; t mKiyi^mJpvry  IN VIEW of tliel great demand for farm help exfsting; In  Canada, the Canadian Pacific Railway will co ntinuo ita l^arm ���������  Help Service during 1924 and will enlarge its scope to include women domestics nnd boys,  THE COMPANY Is in touch -with large numbers of good farm,  laborers in Great Britain, Norway, Sweden, Donijaark. Pi*ance,  Holland. Switzerland and other European countries and through.  ita widespread organization can promptly -till applications ioi-  holp received from Canadian farmers*      .  In owlei4 to have the help reach Canada in. time ���������for the Spring  . operations farmers needing hetp should -arrange to g-et thch-  applicationg 3n early, tho earlier the better, aia naturally those  applications which are received early, will receive first attention.  Blank application forma and full hafoi-niatSon reg-arctlng the  florvlco may be obtained from nriy C.P.B. nffenfc ot from any  of the officialh listed below. TJHLte SERVICE IS ENTIRELY,  FREE OF CHARGE.  ACHE CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY  Department of Colonizatleil^iul Development  ,WINNII-EG^~M. 13. ThoriUon,  Supcrlntcmlenf *f ColK-nlMtEctn  T. B. Ach*M������a, Central Aurrlcultural Aetnt  PAS1CATOON,���������W, J. flcrow, I^anil Arent   ���������    ���������       ,  II. V. Kotnor, Stfotlnl C-.l<inlaj������������������-i Agmt  CAlAlKUYs���������T. O. V. Hcvacr, A������������t. to 8n������U of Col������t\\x*j\on  Miliar. X.������n������l AhmI  "    -        " Ai  ISUMONTON.-  MONU'tlAL^-^. JlouaaH. .-������-.������       .  B. c. wnitE,  A-������lil������.nt Cr,iin������wtii������"������.n������������.  <3tnter������-l AvrlruH'ur-il AireiU  'rA-fC  pKNNtS,  CliUC Corainiliklftntr.  tj&wiMmiimim  iMpriiiHtmiW TKH3   HEYIEW,    CRESTON,   B.    a  "Will Be Mea^ Of Developing  \  |   WESTERN EDITQRS  ^-  '- ���������.  ada D'etw.een Umpire s KJnttB  *  The     Bjitfsh     Empire  , Exhibition  *~ which is' to- be held-in London this  year���������the "greatest exhibition    of   its-  kind "ever*- held���������has; two "-primary .^ob-  1- jects.      The first is- to bring" the far-  from the natural resources, of the frozen,    north    to ,? those   ,.o������,^ .equatorial  regions.     This fact has* a double im-  poriax^be to Great Britain..���������-The BrM>  ish Empire, owing to the variety of its  .*��������� flung .Dominions^of "the British  Com- j climate, is  capable* of jfirodueing and  ^monwealth of "Nations" into closer sen-   supplying everj*," kind    ot ' food^   and  timental' touch with each other, and " -l���������*���������-. -_.. ���������-- ---^  : the second is to "develop trade among  / the "Constituent countries of .the Eni-  j-   -.s .  v.--,- .-' -  'The    latter    object    is p-Srhafcs ,the  more important of the two "> from th6  rpoint of view of immediate necessity.  , Trade carried on under free conditions'  is a great instrument for the promotion of gobd\cill.r    It, teaches countries  that their economic 'interests, are mutually dependent and" beneficial^   The  blood  ties  which  bind^self-governing  - parts of the British-' Empire together  i help to make trading relations more  ? easy.  The British EmpEre* .Exhibition has  :  no  party nor    political - significance.  ��������� The recent general, election, has shown  I  the    danger'"df    importing"  political  :   schemes into the  discussion    of    the  ���������  question OE trade development -within  the Empire.      There Is a vast field in;  which non-party and non-political ef-  'fort "'may   operate'"to promote closer  relations  betyreen  the  British* manu-  . facturer and the Dominion  markets.  ���������-The   purpose of  the  exhibition  is  to  ^exploit that field.  Great    Britain    has. a vast army of  ', unemployed.      Pessimists tell us that  ���������- we must be prepared, to accept that  fact complacently as irremediable for*  -. manyyears to come.     That'is a coun-  "i  s-ei of'despair quite unworthy of a peo-  *: pie who have faced and overcome dif-  :". Acuities as great in the past.   ' It may  j-, be true that under the most favorable  i   circumstances  it will be- some years  p- 'before we can recover ;to .the fulljthe  J[' markets we have lost on the continent  ,">  of Europe.      Great Britain must give  '*   its help to the pacification and econ-.  omic reconstruction of    Europe,    for  '   that is so important to our trade and  i   commerce.     We cannot afford to neg-  :k   lect any possible market.  **       But the British'Empire is -the great-  t   est undeveloped market in."the world..  %   It is the most diversified.      The pro-  .-'   ducts    of    the    British Empire, range  grown material for the manufacturers  of Great-Britain; and the great variety of manufactured articles needed  by populations,, living under different  climatic conditions gives a diversity  to the manufacturing trade of Great  Britain.  In considering the possibilities of  the development of Empire trade W,e  are apt to attach too mueh importance  to the' self-governing*   Dominions/   to  the neglect "of the possibilities of the  Crown Colonies and India. The latter have already vast populations  which have at present'a very low purchasing power. India, for-instance,  has a  population^ nearly as  large as  13ef isxite Policy Or Immigration  Is Now*Put In Force By   Elie  ���������uanaaian  i^ationai Jbi.aiiwm;y3  than the whole population of South  America, .ana- more-1 than twice the  population of the United States. -If  we could raise the standard of-Jiving  * ia the Crown Coloui������ssw and .India mvb  B. Lobbr Editor and Publisher o������ The  Times; Stoughton, Sask.    3  *"   Not to- Bring De Valera to Trial  It "is stated in Republican circles ih  Dublin that the government has nb~in-  the  whole of Kurcp'eV and.far larger fteiitlois of bringing De "Valera to'trial,  and ihis decision is believed to'apply  to other prominent Republican leaders  now in custody. The release of the  more influential of the "leaders,, how-  -ever, is not at present contemplated.  could add hundreds oE millions a year  to the export- trade of Great Britain.  The only "Justification of .Imperialism  is. that it is leading the subject peoples to '���������stf higher standard of civilization. ������  But more attention to the develop- j  ment of the one-self governing parts 1  of" the Empire dees  not involve  the j  neglect  of the  g**eat  possibilities   of  the Dominions..0  rThe. latter of necessity will' develop slowly because they  must rely  for an increase of population upon immigration from the homeland.     This raises the vitally important  question of ihe  better organization . of    emigration    schemes.      The  British Empire Exhibition ought to be  utilized as an opportunity for'"putting  this^   matter    on a more satisfactory  footing.      If facilities for the emigra-  tEon of the right type of person, who  Dizzy Speiis  Bearing-Down Pains  When pains gather around  the hups and lodge in the small  of the back���������when to stoop or  bend seems impossible, when  dizzy Spells and bearing-down  '^pains, are ever present-���������^that's  the time to use Dr. Hamilton's  Pills. Irregularities disappear,  vital * energy is" restored, back  trouble is * or gotten.  DXL HAMILTON'S  PXL-TjS  I When, a littIeA4aore thBn a year ago  pSir Henry W.* Thornton. K.B.E., was  dhosen to .head the Canadian National  Railways, one of his first acts was to  put into motion^machinery for aidir'"  in the colonization and development  of Canada, particularly along the lines  of the National* System. .He realized  that one of the crying needs of-Canada" was  for moire population,, and he  ������*b -������ n        nA *-������ e*- **-      1-������ ������������������ ^���������������������        o*^-������ ������i- j-*J1l ������*.m.       *-��������� *-\.������ r *-v������������(-* *l      **\ n  IIcLS   SlUCc   uccu   yuULcu,   uu   ������>c������^jL<*i   *j\.-  casions, aTs saying that i������_jCanada had  a population of twenty-five million  people, Canada would have no railway  problem. ^ . ���������- -  The-organizatlon of a department to  look after colonization    and    develop-  ; ment was entrusted by Sir Henry to  Mr. W. D. Rohh, Vice-President, and  Mr. Robb at on������e proceeded to build  up the necessary organization to look  after  this most    important    national  workr      Imvestigatio-QSj       conferences  and'    'careful ~    planning      gradually  brou'-'ht into bein:**- an effective department, the effort of. the "year culminating in  the  enga-gement of Dr. "W������. J.  Black, Deputy Minister of Immigration  and Colonization,in the Federal Government, as Manager of the Colonization and Development Department, ot  the "Canadian National Railways, with,  headquarters    in    London, ,7 England.  ; That'-was_-������arly in the  Pall of 1925.  Dr. Black proceeded at once to Great  Britain where he spent some  weeks  carrying out a series of investigations.  These completed, he returned to Can-  T>b. W. J. Black  ations, and enable them to enjoy such  social and religious institutions as art-  necessary to individual happiness and  contentment.  4���������To encourage improvement in agriculture' that"; more diversified methods may be employed in farming, and  that crops, livestock and dairy production- may be increased in accordance with market demands and prospects.  "5���������To assist hy organised effort In  the immigration of young people of desirable tyne and character, especially  from Great Britain, and in their piace-  ada,  and a general conference of all \ mefit    Jn  " respecjable    rural " homes  The  ailing  sick  woman gains  strength, ' improves in looks, increases in spirit, by using Dr. Hamilton's.. Fills.      They correct the  condi-  Beware of Imitations!  /  Late Maple Sap  Fresh made syrup, made from sap  gathered in his sugar bush three days  previously, formed part of the Christmas Day menu at the home of Iryin  Crippen, farmer, living near Algonquin, GiJenville County, Ont.  . tions that rob hereof health and vigor,  voluntary agrees to try his fortune in; No-medicine .scx,"helpful as Dr. Hamil-  the  Dominions, can  be arranged be-   ton's Pills.     25c at all dealers, or The  tween the" Imperial  Government and  Catarrhozone Co., ^Montreal:  ��������� ihe - Dominion  Governments, it would  be greatly to the advantage of all thei  countries.  The exhibition -should be valuable  in serving the following purposes. It  will "show Brittsh manufacturers the  character of' "the overseas markets,  and tlie overseas producers the possibilities "of the "British market. --'It will  bring traders throughout the* Empire  into personal touch-- witli each "other.  It will give the general^public a more  adequate idea of the .colonies as places  of settlement. The exhibition should  do much to increase trade with the  Empire; and as our exports to overseas parts of the Empire must be  wholly manufactured articles that increase of trade*will give the stimulus  te employment so ss-ich needed.  pffLcers^^o-f the dtepartment was called  and a definite pSm of colonization and  development was drawn up and announced. This was the'first definite  announcement on immigration to ,be  announced in. Canada.  In engaging Dr. Black, the Canadian  Nat������o������a3 Railways secured an officer who is probably better acquainted  with the immigration needs of Canada,,  "dud the best methods of remedying  those needs, than any other man in  the country. All his life he has been  connected with, the agi^cultural^indus-  -try and has run the gauntlet of all its  intricate'phases., He was born and  brought up  on a  farm    in  Unless yopKsee the "Bayer Cross" on  package or on tablets you are not getting tho genuine Bayer Aspirin proved  safe by millions and prescrllied by  physicians over twenty-three years for  Colds I-i"eadache  Toothache Lumbago  ,    Neuritis   *"    ���������    . Rheumatism  Neuralgia Pain, Pain  Accept "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin"  only. Each unbroken package contains proven directions. Handy boxes  of twelve tablets cost few cents. Druggists also soil bottles of 24 apd 100.  Aspirin is the trade mark (registered  Half of Population Own Homes  Australians  Rank Among   Most  Pros-  ..   porous People of the World \  . ��������� Accepting tho. ownership of a house  as evidence of individual' prosperity,  Women In All Parts  ,0f Canada  "- r*  Tell Of The Good Work Dodd's  Kidney Pills Are Doing  Mrs. C.  H.  Laflamme tried them and  Ss noyi������,recomn^iendinjg them to   her  ���������'   frien������JSv";     "...li'"''';,"' '":     -.',7-        77,  'BriageviUe, Qu'^'^-(Bpficia])i:':---  "Dodti's Kidney'Pills have done ,me  H a: great deal of good. I have taken  many other remedies, "but no-ae of  them did what, the first box of Dodd's  Kidney Pills did for me. I tell all  my friends about them."  This statement, which . speaks for  itself." Is made by Mrs, C H. Laflamme, well known;resident   of   this  Dufferin  -County, Ontario, and in 1902 graduated from" the Ontario Agricultural College with a Toronto University degree.  At his graduation he was appointed  editor olf the Farmers'-'Advocate, Winnipeg, Manitoba, and he held this post  for two years. In 1905 he joined the  Government -of Manitoba as Deputy  Minister of Agriculture, a post- which  he left the fo-LIowIng year to become  President of the Manitoba Agricultural  College. He-remained in this important  position until 1916, when he became  Commissioner of'Agriculture for Canada. At the concllusion of the Great  War in. 1918-, Dr. Black was appointed  Chairman of the Soldiers' Settlement  Board of Canada, a position he held  where they may become qualified to  participate in constructive activities  and acquire citizenship of distinct  valiie to Canada.  6���������To aid in the development of new  opportunities for. service and to-facilitate every effective means of selecting immigrants iphysically St and anxious for work.  7���������To coo-peraie with the Federal  and Provincial Governments and business organizations throughout the Dominion in promoting all measures calculated to ' contribute toward an increase in immigration of adaptable  people, and in their settlement under  the most favorable conditions possible.  Mothers' Best Friend  v    In Rearing Children  ! Australians can claim to rank among J     Kidney   trouble   Is   very   comimon  MRS.   HENRY  McDONALD  the most prosperous   people7in.  the  wnrld.     Probably in no other country  ! does such a large proportion of the  population own their homes. 7  Mainly as the result of the.'activities of the state governments In providing facilities for persons of limited means to acquire their own homes,  the number pf private dwellings oo  in Canada) of Mayer Manufacture of j cupied by o'wnors, and dwellings par-  Jf,u������onc,,?UiCac,d^^r oC ���������??1^yLl5S{L!i chased by instalments, .total 441,025  J^^ralnS^^ "**������   respectively.   The com-  the public ngalnst amitaj.tons, the Tab- rmonwealth  statistician has  ro'corded  ''������--"������������������ -"*'* ��������� ������""centago' proportion o:f  'ospuudve pwnei'H to ,-y.ie  total vary asriohg the states In the following , orcfer:,,:, QuoneUind, 56.41 per  cent.; Western. Austmlid, C3.0G; Soutlu  Australia,, H9.33; 'Victoria, 57.G4; Taa-'  mania, 52.70; and Now South Waloa^  50.2&. Thoro Core, more thanYhal C the  people of AuBlriilia live in s-elf-owsienD  Itunketi. * -  lots .pf Bayer Company will 1)0 stamp-��������������� that    tho   per  od wit": their .genera! trade snartr, th������   0 iim[im  *"I3ayoi������;Cross."  No More BrlqUettee  The lignite HitlUztitlon board's _brt-  qucttlng plant at Blenfnlt, Sask., has  been olosed and engineers^ who have  been conducting oxnoiimqnts havo do-  pnvted, ' ���������   : ������������������  amongst all classes.: of --people, and  ���������usually a lot of valuable time is lost  by using unsultabJo treatments. A  good plan Is to watch the kidneys  and keep them healthy. Dodd's Kidney Pills stimulate'and strengthen  weak kidneys,V Tftey! pre used and  recommended all over,   the    eEvllizod  world. -   '':: ' V  Hodd's Kidney Pails-have  restored  sound health to thousands of troubled  Women and men.  ..Obtained from all druggists, or The  Dodd's Medicine Co., Ltd., Toronto.  .-;,-'   ,    ,     ''������������������-r��������������������������� w       '" '  ,  - Poultry^Ex ports  Manitoba this season shows an In-  oreaie of BOO per'.cent.' over Inai yom-  iti exijiorta. of dressed.' poultry.        <  ltlmmm*mmmmp*mimm*m������*^m*m*mmmmmmi^  ^^jPU*MAJ|s5iMi^p^l.JU]������ctt&  \^. .i���������^ .''."-J*^^j..^jpi.,I :.���������,������������������ ^Jp.. <.... .'���������  EMULSIOH  I .BuTr.Cl.S-.ltw';:7.  HOARSE?  IlQTrTovo the .rtangor of broaclil-  ,tJ<- by fiargllner with Mlnard'a In  'wnler.  An enemy to germs.  w.   ���������{������..��������� ir. "inns  " Must Dojiond on Market Report*  Hogs  anil  milk, pass  through Severn I   hands  before  they,   appear    as f  bacon nnd cheese In Ilrltlf-h antl Can-j  ndlftn homo"!-.     Producers of such -prw-j  ducts  must ihei'ofoi'o depend , largely j  Jn dctcrmLssST-'r tln!?|     r  ���������oduce. '      ' I ������L"  UVIULCt       IIIUnL      1.HVIUII  Ton market rcporla  cln������������ of Hi an1 <o pre  Pain and sudden sickness are apt to  come upon us at any time and safety  lies  in  having always  handy on  the  shelf a reliable pain relief like good  old "Nerviline." For nearly half a  century Nerviline has been a family  standby, and most mothers! have come  to rely. upon it In "case of colds, sore  throat,., tight chest, sprains, cramps,  nausea and sudden attacks of sickness  at the stomach. For internal or ex-  j ternal use, Nerviline is worth, its  | weight in gold in every home, and  until Ms appofi-atnscEit its 1D21, as De-' cost** bin.. 35-'cents at any diealers."  ptlty Minister of Immigration and 'Col- j ~~~     ~T      .'!'  onidation for Canada. It's the easiest thing in the world  ._    -n,,    ,*'������������������."- i     .   .. t     to be  generous with  the things  you  " Dr. Black Is a man who Is thorough- " ���������  ly respected both.'tor his opinions and 1 ^0������-1 wan ���������.  his acliievement^ throughout Canada. ;'  _He carries a' lasting and genuine en- ,  thusiasm into his work and as a quiet I  but eloquent and convincing speaker!  he is well fitted to'broadcast the message-oE his- Important, mission,. :.  There aro iseven points to the programme whlich has received the approval! of Sir Henry W. Thornton and  the principles of policy will be placed  Into-effect "immediately. -Dr. Black  sailed for England again on January  Eth, a������d on. his arrival in London his  ���������department/commenced! to function actively, The,'thorough character of  the poHicy can ho jiui-lsiod from a recapitulation of the seven principles, which  tiro'as follows.:'  1���������To   Enflti one b    tho   Jmmtgratloa j  and',-satisfactory settlement In Canada I  of the largest possiiblw number of people p-C.pr6dw.cMve capacity   that   W|e  couutny ctan alb"iorl!)> antl;assimilate.  2���������To contribute to the diss em i nation ot'information' concerning the  vajM^and cxtcnaSvo natural resources  'd1T tine D->'uiiSxi.lo-tii tmd fthc --wIdn.-aiirc-a.-J  opportunitlo"* for Industrial! develop-  mewl; so that cunlLul may be attracted from other countries, and invested ]  whom enterprises-'will he legitimately  re warded.  a���������To promote fihe land settlement'  of motw Canadian*"   under   conditions.  IHhn-t -will  *-*nisinr-- ftho mfivlmnra tmuksC-  billty of success! iln. their farming ope:-  Thls Article Will Interest  Every Mother I  Toronto, Chit.���������''Dr. Plerco'1* Fttvorlfe  Prescription rs-ihe gro-ltttost help fn  raoilierhoTKl dt any modIcInn 1 have ever  known.   1 um "bo snother ol sIk c3illdr<*n  and  I -suffered greatly 'eau-li tlmo except the last ona^ whom J. -was ndvised  to take Dr. Plcrcci's Favorite Presciip-  t'on, which I'did. and I koc nlonj? Just  fine: I***", "v-**^ n������wl -troi*-- wml hwd -irn->  tically no -s-utliTlng, una. Knatl a grand  baby,   that  has   always, been  very  healthy.    1 negaUied my strenath. very  -tuBckly afterward.    I w������a, no thnnlcfu!  to have been advl^xl of l:hla medicine^  It gave mo nuch tvonrir-rtul helT),"���������Mrst.  i  il-j-wry McBonald, 'A Wllwot AvDiiiiiie,  T������l---tilth Irt of vital Imporlimineo to every  mother.   l>o-not neglect the won valuable a.*-w-it you have. ' Gk-H 'this Prescription of. Dr. Pierce's from your nalnhbor-  TiC4������il druvcrlist. isi talilel^ ������r������r Uqajltl,  or  fertd 10 rents, for trial pm-cicag*-  Dm ur,  Were������1-* Laborwtory In Url'dgcbuxffi. Out.  \  ^^k''^^>S^ltmfl*mHf4^  '������������������' iP.-. I-', l3\' ^.-. ;"���������-. .^ ^y.w ?.f '"tr^-.t*"-- .a j^ ?# -������������������ i "i ^^:!!- i *-��������� w. ���������?- ��������� ^ ^ ��������� .m a. t'sr- ^.���������'.'  MNM^aMMMMMMMIMIIMMMMMM  .-. . ���������    .-i   7-,������������������'"���������'::>;���������������������������' ���������;';'",,":j;^.f *"-r:>*'"'!**?"������������������.'. 7-p.'^^77^^^^^v^^^^^''cTi^-j^niffff?^  iT1*,?  *IHE  CBEATOK  KEVIMW  Horses���������Have some good ranch  horses which I will- trade for milch  cows.    Chas. G, Socagers, Creston.  Local and Personal  QGILVIE Goods are dependable  FLOUR  and  ���������""-'FEED -'  While bread is the staff of life  there is the very heat of assurance that man; cannot live by  bread alone..  Thus in otir Grocery, depart-  rneht'rt'-re iebmblnei'. 'shost-. pf"* the  other* necessities of plain <>* fan:  nv.KvlTia?, -' -'"  And OU5- ITeecSs ������-mbrai-M-* ������v������i-v-  thing for' the ' good , feedsng-.^f  your live stock. ^,.  In addition, to having everything requisite and necessary in  this connection we are prepared  to demonstrate that both ��������� in  quality nnd price we cats also  serve yois best,  Give us a ea.lL  For "Same���������Team  H. Carr.       7-     r ���������  disc,    $35.   Jas.           _    ntmnt.      j������������������r������loo'    J"f_      Taj",  McS^eowu3 Fer-uie, B.C.-  FoaJEtKNT���������Six room house.    Apply  Mrs. -T. M, "Bld-mandsora. - .  Small   Currant   bushes,   15c   each.'  Ashley' Cooper, Wynndel.  ���������*-*.- K- ���������        " S  Mrs. J. A. "Lidgate is a visitor with  friends In-NeJssdn this week.  For SAI.K-���������Jes-tiey  cow; will  for. work horsec    Fred Smith.  trade  , Mrs. JL-yne returned from Harrop on  Friday laatr, where -she addressed 1 the  March nflr^efcing of the" ISarrop Women's  Institute the day previous.. _  Miss fS-sbbiESaJwho/isas  of Mrs.  Itenrtett Tor ��������� the  returned.to Srivc-rmere on Wednesday."  Sh**- is sailing for-England i**MW"ay.  save. vv. J. iivuscotb and you-Hf** son  arrived, from VtVn-cbuver on Thursd������y  I-ast^/*������?hes-? they have b&en visiting  with* "her parents the past "three  months.- .-  Wantbd���������Waj-ner and Delicious  apples- for  immediate  delivery.    Am  Wanted-Help with hoiiBccleanin*, t?J|iS,������ *5f TOaJkl* *������*���������'8ft7.c5������OB-%-t*f  state terms.   Apply mn.  I^yne, Cx*s- K^n?&aySS*  8���������al , -'  The Sunshine Crlrls Chafe "off the  Methodist Church invite you to .their  first silver tea,in the former-Imperial  Bank building'- oh Saturday, March  29tb, fcom 58.SG to 5.S0 p.m.  ton.  For SAUB-r-Heifer calf, Ayrshire-  ShortHorn, $5. A. N. Couiing, Creston.      " "-*" j  Miss Kellie Wilson was a visitor  with Spokane, friends a few daja this  week.  Mrs. Green of Cranbrook was a visitor here last week with Mrs. C. B.  TwiKR.  EggsFohHa-TCSIKG���������Ssrred Rocks,  $1.25 for 15 eggs. J. W. Vahess,  Alice Siding.  J. G. Smith is here from Nelson for  his usual spring visit with his won,  Fred K. Smith.  A Sunshine Club' has just "been organised  in connection with the girls'  work nt the J&ethodist Church, ' v?itli  Miss Alice   Comfort  in  Charge. 7 For  been a -r'j-est I **���������- pweeni their effort will be to assist  ~~ZZc rn.nv.pi4' >��������� the ladies* aid tn *?*"' ssfi *-he *������������*-���������*������*������������ *vf*  -nasi montn>'   *~,      " ��������������������������������� -" ��������� ?>���������-=  the debt an the church property^ after  .rn.-U.--iu: MU.,* ���������1_1_ '��������������������������� =���������*������"-  -   -t'-^.S^.'        .-".  .-....^r. vu<c- j$*Te.o -*vj*i ut,ii3jun������* {.Ut***r WOl'K  to fn'tfth'PS'Sng ssilss'jc-ns.ff-**' effort. *  Mr. and Mrs. M. J; Boyd entertained at whist' on Thursday night, -five  tables of playees being Invited and the  prfse scores made hy Mr. auditors* T-,  :,W:' liiindy. "After, suppe-5 _" there-were  aTisswiber'nf- mnsicar selections which  rounded out an evensngfa hospitality  thai was-very jnuch.*a|(6ye-iouyASB ������h*  mtmsaat-it     ' ������- -.  ���������  'J[hm: Doom ��������� V:  ���������::'-" of SSS^om  i  n  is tliis week's price  of the  Bolt Action PJfSe  w**t$m.������-*-fHi* k  Percy  Meiisl 1921  jrusfc   oAida���������jsee������  aiiu  supplies off every   description  Boffey, Ci-eston.   -  Bttgg-s" Fof* Sax.b���������Open buggy  McLtaughlin, good as new, ""69. Geo  Ijeadbeater,-Erickson.  Mrs. Kei. Andrew returned" on  Wednesday from quite an extensive  vlt.it with" friends in Nelson.  Mrs. Fred Smith got back on Saturday after a two months* holiday with  friends in Calgary, Alberta.        L  Mrs. Jessie Lewis, teacher of piano  forte, Royal Acadi-ipy of Music, Lon  dcin, Laniont Bldg. ^Creston. 7  Eggs For Hatchtno���������Good iavini-r  strain of White Wyandottes, Spl.SS for  15 eggs. _F. W. Ash, Creston.^7  For SAtiK^-One new Eaton Imperial  wagon, with well built and ironed off  apple box.    Wm. Searie, Canyon.  [ Eggs Fob Hatching���������Heavy laying  strain of "White "Leghorn*;, SI for 15  eggs^   Mrs. W"earmbuths .Canyon. "-  ������  WANTEb-���������Will buyjn  Creston 4 or  5 room house, on -north,   side   of   rail-  Write 3D rawer 38, Creston.  ; W= M Archlhald'of Hossland was a  weekend visitor here with Mr. - and  Mrs. H. Christie, makingsarrange"-  ments for increasing the orchard  planting oiThis (Hooper) ranch.     .,._:  Cranbrook Herald-- Harvey Gobb'ett  of Creston is a patient at the hospital  here at the present time, and is doing  nicely afier undergoing an operation  at the hands of Dr. Wilson Herald*  The Piesbyterian Ladies" Aid had .a  fairly successful afternoon of it ut their  St. Patrick-s tea and sale* of -s?f*-rk in  the Parish Hall on Srturday, the receipts being in the neighborhood of  $40.  ar������  rOV  IU  I  Iff*  Rocking tha world with a rip������  .... roasing~riot/of risifeillties.  ���������������������������������  The BA YARD Model 1921  is a holt action single shot rifle  for 22 short, 22 long rifle rim fire  cartridges.  It is   distinguished   from   all  I similar rifles by its locking and  safety device-*, lightness, elegance, loading and ejection.'  We are prepared to say that  there is no rifle on the market  which can compare with the  BAYARD Model 1921 in so  far as the following are concerned: Quality of material,  workmanships low price, strength, and interchangeability of  all parts, ease of manipulation,  accssrscy.  For Sajus���������Jersey-Ayrshire cow,'4  years old, will freshen end ' of March,  ^65.    A. L. Barnhardt, Glenlily, B.C.  Auto For Sai^���������Going cheap, McLaughlin   Four,   in    good   condition,  used privately  Creston.  only.   C G. Bennett,  ���������BMBl&aiBiiii  MAWSON  Better  Sirrlti  BROTHERS  Uv*r  Prtcw  . An examination for those wishing.  t*" qualify for positions as' assistant  forest rangers will be held at Creston  on Monday.  Four more members joined up at the  March meeting of the Women7** Institute on Friday,- brings the meniber-  shipup to 88.-  "ESggs For Hatching���������Purebred  Spangled Sussex and White Rhode  Islands, $1.25 per fifteen* Ashley  Cooper. Wynndel. ���������  During the week the price of eggs  reached 20 cents, \ which is the hi-'cree!'  price hen fruit has touched in Creston  in at least a dozen -(ears.  The High School Literary Society  cleared almost $135 on their concert on  the 4th, and will invest the money in  either a piano or library.  And now it Is the singing sparrows  nnd blackbirds that are reported as  arriving���������dead sure indications that  spring has arrived to stay.  Houses For  Saub���������Several   teams  suitable fat? farm or logging purposes  or without  harnettf-.    Apply   to  Key, at Wilnlaw's camp.  suitat  {  with  I   J. M.  '��������� ___ _______     '       _     . ���������     ' ��������� - : ,--���������������  CHEVROLIfT  is an invfislirif;-"! ihst v/i!', Pm fiiirid GivIrtfiuils  WLii-nrB'tf'-w*" "1111:1,"  .''ir'W!,i������'iirtfii|iK!Mi,i:'ij,'::i,,vi:> :.i, ';u,.  Corttinuous daily service ui>der difficult conditions only  prove the complete dependability and stamina  of this practical car.  In apoft&raneft, mHTormance and equipment it is all that  the moat discriminating owner could wish.  b ih H. h Hffl   B H^ E___9 H 5 Q B aL  B.BHapH ��������� B        B9B������iBjitaBi,  AdUf^fTQ  r;lf uVKOt.icr m<������tohoarh anii  TJtCCK8  JfjUHMANKM-MOKdV LlCiHTiNC*  Let Lloyd tickle a^ray your troubles* 1  s___asa-_--_--s--a---------a  making the  woodwork, furniture  and  floors  absolutely  waterproof and spotproof���������it will do in you  ir  home also.  Try it on some place that is.'shabby or spotty. You can "do the  varnishing yourself, because VAI-3PAB is very easy to applys and itdricss  quickly���������perfectly hard in 24 nonrs. ~- _   "       /   .  VALSPAK is^a iemarkable varnish. Neither boiling water or spilled  liquids can turn it white or in any way mar its beautiful service.  It protects and preserves woodwork and furniture of all kinds.  Wherever you. have Linoleum, Gongoleum or Oilcloth in your home  varnish it with VALSPAR after it has been on the floor three or four  months. The VALSPAR will not only brighten it, but will make it last a  great deal longer because it protects the surface from wear and absolutely  prevent the penetration^ of moisture.  Drop in any time for^a demonstration and ftall information.  Dry Goods  5g53 B B(P tS"  A  Furnltun  Hanlsan  Aimoat everybody aeedt. a Tonic ii .  the system is rutt down frpm any  cause. This, is especially eo at the  present season wheh coughs, colds and  diseases of the throat are so common  and so ea&y to catch.  .You will find Peptona beneficial in  the treatment of such conditions and'  as a means of preventing'th������m.  Peptona is a tonic for enriching the  blood, building strength and improving the health generally* It is beneficial in building resistance against the ;  wasting effects of disease and in asaist-  jng natural, recovery frotri unnatural  condition^.        ',"���������' v'/;'���������',;';''',',' ";,1   '.'''.  Peptona , doeff   this .by  aiding the  " absorption" and   ne8imitntian o! food.  and thereby increaaing the vitality of ,  the blood. ,'.V.-Z\Z"';'.: '' '���������'���������' '������������������y'f.''  Patients jecovertn^ ifoin InfluenKa,  fevera, and other ailments which "Wave '  weakened the1 vitality,  find Peptona  of great assistance.  Peptona is ax palatable preparation  containing peptonized iron, malt and  manganese with Cod "Liver Emact  and max vomica. The Cod Liver  Extract has labile ol the nauseating  tendency of tlie oil Ufielf.  Virn, Vigor Qffd VttatityZ  in Every Drop ���������   '���������''''  "i  m  Sold only nt  Thm jB^j___3_____ J������T������-  I

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