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Array !������jBS������i!||sfc"'f^  ���������/f^-*:"*"'^- ������v "���������'  couverat  ie-;:vfee  ?������<���������"*!  ,-^JfiS  V\-.'���������__'__������* '-V_lV',.':*7,,'_^'-''- ���������������������������ph_*-a!'*^**������m ^���������-"> -/ -^"rS*--'"*-*-,'">*''lj'^'^"-.**^"'~'*=!"--"'!" ������'''?^W"7'_������������������'���������.'"'- (^-'^���������:-**i'.;.-"-^":"w5'*;������-?'i  .7-;������hTO**-l"5������BI>hfi_^  777������is__������fc~i4iiM  $-rowers- chiefuatiefaction lies in the  fact that for this year with one bto%ef-  age house handling the crop the disastrous competition iim& wrs ib ���������������*-{  ���������   -     -       - - ������������������_' \^t *"���������'���������'A ������W&*m^*-iA^A'������Z Z'JZ^}?ijZ'J-' '"-' ""^'.-i*���������S^'^&LJ"-^i*___fr_!     k    ''  |$l ^n&t&lpdlitSin^^  *i7i'������;7It"7uS-7i"l"n������?i^^^  Mre.. it Dodds wiaB ^  visitor   with  "---���������'.V.,"i. ���������; ���������������������������-.���������:-��������� '^ >*������������������ .-.~.-,-c-.-.���������(���������"��������� *���������"!-���������������������������-���������-:-v%.- ,"l-v^-j--;:;-"-v^-;-^','"-T^;-1i.7'j^|,^.^���������ii"*-^^;  >.:-:V^.^^TV^  4tb, .to. Mr. and  ^^:datightcEv:  ied  ^g^a.-* :t������s-^^ --t^jraM������ia^  {then  the Kill RareKlub are to have acon-| Kam*������y  of   Nelt^ ^totrict j^lt-he  'it and dassee.. Admis-sion ioconcOT^ W*-"������ here on tms  wnicnua  ;--,... :-...A^.-b.  ^&^3-*r|������-?t|-'i^w3^   ^JB%K$S$Sj������^^  should be particularly  advanteReous'  thedrsfctfbutfbs par^^  : theJCreaton Valiey'e^b.   J^ grains on the fill haul are  7: '7.e^^i:&^:������^^^  7'Mw. Will Percaval and: yound  son.;  returned to������*-i-it!'������& tne  end   of  ihelw  E_Sl&3'-������_������_-^^  ���������������"  area under   If,  -S.- cents.:   ouppe^ *a--p=--'.wf*^7*-:������������ :^���������:^:'1?J/^^r/^.!  ���������eent*^7;%^^ fc-*n^������5:--oad,2������������^  77������-*5^5':Xrf;;:^  The |������ar^ meeting  of the Ladies'!������.,.,_ ^.^^:,.*.,._--.";_.fiwJi:;*- .-wi**.  L at  the  bCB;,  i55S^t������ci;i-^"r"'"" '"*   i"~'"'  f^*-;-;^*,"-^  W$Zimli^^  t- -T-���������.. ^^^^^'M^-V^^^^V^VWF-K't'W- "-���������';!C ���������"���������*-'" -���������C1.-;-.������������������*__>���������-**��������� ,-l-.*'������-W-.-.j^-S -' ^.---'".-T-i ���������'��������� >-..t'?'<-^^i-::_*^\-.'������_t.-S*-*fc**J-*-'-*'v^-''.'_r;Jt-J*'!CA   "i^-^'Pi-^iA-s^-Va^^^*^-T.-i-'^'^ ^���������V-t     -v^r-P' '���������-.,-���������"- ������-'- ���������:-,, ���������     .������������������'���������X'^i-   -'_ ;. - .,������-. ���������- .'.-;>,-.-,-.',-���������.��������� .-, '..-,''-'-- y^-- v .-^,/.;V- ���������"���������-���������  sS^^liai^^Sl^lfe^cl^b^^ i������reiw^ill|heloib^2ps&d^^  .���������^ensjpj!B8,.t^..^;-;...  ^-pjg?,'-"--'---''--''  . ieseUi*3S!3 rave_s!  tould    the    ea   .___..,.. won%  accoUntinf-; for haul of at least 70 ���������  Ai-Bs-i*orth J������nd,   ^Eh������   !*-������'h' wSU   lie  dobe become the clowa^ .season foe Sps&m  (At %hVS point is Aboub   inJK   BjucS^   .������������������������  * with two thirds ������tf "thia done this ssa-  ������oa the lonf-*-wanted hii-^wa-febet-ween  iai the Kaslo rldin-f.   file has vas������Lo his  '���������--���������v.:'rfim������HM"'-.>:Sfem  -,'ihiiln^Cr*s|N^^  ;-.*h*s*i"-������*a.������J)^S'>*������^'iiif* _-*^ ^,;^���������2*fSi3;  eonernr;������:-*nar-sefcSoB^^^  ^J^^^^������^'':i^i^k^*-|^i2i2^'tC������ia2^  wb������iu   ntOi-3   ouvMiHigcani-   ni    ������������������i������v  ain%unt  of  -~^^::an4_V!Wj  lij^?^n:ithe7o1p������;  lai^to fi^ieb  end-of-the ������-saaoh 'p.-ieea  ">; -j^vy-i'ci.  auite Rener������I in this section just nosr*  aeuvery, nwying w���������*n ������Asv6u w������ v������������^..a,-w������s,  IPf^^i?^f!iSK*  ca-������s    of   ponder ���������already.      Mes-ri*.  jr^mp and Sail are busy on the. land,  bought at tbe Jfovern snent sale a li(Ue  ^T7>,':-^i^^-^"*"v-\.r^������^^^���������iK-fc^"  .'.SZ'Xm;._;'..-':,.^:v.'--^..- .:'..:���������:' 4nr' Xy?'4f.X X;. v.. '^-^'..^--'ii^������"j^?-"���������^������^-^^*-*������ti''.!  'VeS^v  Slats he is not expect-  ^<7'*"*">"'v-"';   , ^^fatW^'  A.:$^;?b^^  ?yA*tt������&2������Ati&2A^  ~W%^Mz*;3&&^?'  piinnl������ltfWtI.^^  ""'"J""*" -���������--���������*-'-"--���������-���������"���������"������������������-*-"-���������-   '���������j^^*-^|(i?i8^j_^r^^  he | *3_e.pv������i,po_!g of inspecting the wo*db. o3a  7 ra^e _ie*-rif^  Ml'"������fM'il*t-5v^'^:-*^^c-''������f'S-&i1'S?^  "'���������'"M"w*'"i^^iW������i^ii������iPill^ai^e^  iJi^5_i*___;i'_-tot^^s'������i^i������^^  "������_;_;-'_,' ''*'*"'  ;Spail."lS;  GretKT Hendcen of "UcesSun -a.xu  . _^iiiw|^.|^tcj^^l  .^';^;^__--*-,<v''-7^'^'*j---:;';v:'^ -       "_  another todays  ���������::.,\--*i7---"r--''^^:;'.x*''yf>'^  4<r^s moving oat^rTBritish vColn.ahy*') cf lertilizer-at" 5f ell as a couple of cars  .'^^iraipj'njs^ni  .-*gs....^_...  V  Mr. | tp be done to put^^ie Tnew  t������ad.-  '*g0^**to������^^ Mie^wiBhinpJis;  ue of the fruit fuTolvrtl tn the deal is  elyther of these gentlemen.     The last    . 'uaed.^:th1e'ii������������^  :;f^i^'tl^r8hppl^ "'  ���������������hw������:  ������ch  iroturos^Aib^St-hir  ���������*>!!:" ���������._.'_:!:��������� .'"e J a?.'---.-.' }/'���������; ' '* .---1--"-.- w>.j-"*.+l-;~.7,'.';,;''/_it_-_- i.'"W������_.',*  .. ���������_������w1dijn^^ittlSattWb������iS^  '90'*3Jg*a^;js^to  der ol the evening:,;. Wni<Jh   wa������  very'  in^icl&ft^^i^lh^   .  ���������^-'<j*'..-;-:^^km*;^  shape tor the first" djf Ap"l   ^hen  K-X  ait'.  meet  !'fchW^$f  C^ditlohs' Independehtl^^^   h^  7,t*1.'_7-^^fe'^^te:������^a--'-L-j-' -iMAi.^-.fe'iJ'.t _j;  uuh^tahtial cash -return Tas  each',- car  -"*M|v������*-t������st,f,w^:^.!J'-.v>.fv.....*'^';f .<*-.."������;.'.\-r7,".: .',���������������;-���������'.'!���������-:- ���������:::..!."-���������;  W'OUt.v-    ,-:::"'r',N:;7'7:;'-.' - :;.^"-v:.^ ������������������ >���������"������������������'.''":T'.":.':;'-''-:  oi at  xx a 'M  . .oafi_:v .^.^.  U:;"Til^^-']\^fj^V"-'^^ *-���������"*:;51't-i>:'' "^r.* ^.'-."������������������'R?^;-..  ���������������������������*^  *������___i  -Vi>.:' '  '^"Xti-?  'AiX&R.  .''��������� ''Liastr:' Vyea*''-/'' '-thci: ��������� fMutesal v :������4>ntrnliedl  .��������� about 05 per :-:Cent..:.'of.-:-tbe ;b������r-ry;'������-ile^/  on the prairie* ^d under the new ar  <jra������liei^^  sll||htenlai^ement;ot their o*^  .ationttOvlmh^ ;': Al:,';; ZZZZ-'Ax'ZZ  Accoi^lnii* to; the Ihfb^  ': ib'g', Tjie^  ' atlye Fruit Gi-owors  ABBocIation   at  ' Wynndel ,;7 who,;: iare ':::vmi^  ��������� B.C^i'Betry- .Ui^we^  cat UBnociatlone lucluded V in  the  deal  * _i.i;-V'. -i. f'-' ,'_i*l-'--='j.'i>tr"'>^'"'''"v\-_''.-'"-'- i,ivs' I *mwj ypw������ -wf--o^* - w������#^ .��������� -uwhii >:v -#���������,. v,i'4t������|n j������ *-. .fr.������  stra������ of yotersjnd^ny-^^ ^  Js7^aroe',;'i3-ac;ed"^^  -.|7^fe;ij-^^M^-s.i' _C^iH|lii-nf5^i-i^  '-j^^'^ju'tfjfta-ir' rvjsitoi^^': wiifchl^j^Tal^  Mi^;lr_ilaU';;at,'the Keilauiatloa Farni;  Mat tin Nelson has a pole bialcin^ j^  wiffrp&hb^  Goat HIver Orbsui n^  7lt is expected  Jock McEtobb   will   be  ism ployed   by  |iit--ri':a8 'theiClbn^ !"|a!;;albW;  ^::fillin^i^^''old^  7 5^*r������. .Bateiban TSturnprd' on; Bu'hdny'  ���������.'i-^..-f'vt������;-t'_i'-������������v.i*,^^  f rora CalRai^, Albet 1^ but Jim Is not  espe^t^back .^i^.uV'.'.^^^^  fiddle n������if ;^pril. '/'��������� ZaZZ'Z''  :, Willmm Kidd is B������om������ from the Put-  nnnt, Pnlnier &< Staples uVill, where he  w������w   biill blaciks-nltb;^  ������hut d<owb''tor'i^:whiiwf ���������  ^albrl������ian;;DAvies'; r/is,: :ibi-ov  (gottlbR oiit itf^pply of lo^e  " ;3t"W5sl: llkeS^Ss. )s Js^s?!^ .'ff. '''���������^^-a.' ybt  before the IrtihdmakinK is^^^^  il&lsHx-jfeek;^  ho^li^l?;,f������ti<ni^^^  Vv^Twhaaeb^bf :5striiinpli^  'Allcn;8idln^;i^^^^  niuarthlsycnr, ulttib^  ;o^e:,fe;'faitl|iil;^ ia,^*^*baww;  H. Stewa-**t Inthe  | to flt-o up hitsty.. grcenhbuHo and.'. get cul.  i iire1 the ~WiyBan9^^ tti^l^^'hd^iinl^ [ ��������� .^e^gb^i^g!' ii.^  'A������*^iationi-;''''-;'^ra6n':-.. jHea^'-;'F^  Growers'' At-������oclatlon������   Munich /i^rult  Grbwcra' ^ AB8bc|iition, '^Pabllle; Berfyj  Qrowere As8aplatlun, B.CV Gro-Meks  Oo-<lperatiye Vnlon, * Central Frul#  Dit'trict, and the aBsbclatlbn at Salmon Arm. '"    . '.T'::-7'' :. '. -'���������  llfOft&ttCttt: ET������C$������i  ,-:���������:: - .  -���������',.;,."���������',;.'���������'";.i - Ay.\��������� ���������  A utrIking teMtlmonlul to the splendid interbaUonal relations that exist .._._._,  between the Cuni������dlans and Am->ricanB).buay over the  weokend  with  MUlb  -:' As we note other sections'"' are niskv  Ing: ', earlyraeason    denirinds  fpr ne>������  roaa*^?thlsi will :nbjMfy','";'ti)^;:, t^e-:;t������b1--  dente :in} the ^aa^ :.'a)rev  hoplnf*: that theirs will he ;oneo  '���������ettWre^iiro^ ���������  .'; Mls������ Blya Kelly Is hquie from Port-  hill oh the sick Hat. She is one ui o������v*<  eral Alice ;Uld ing adults - laid, up with  im--^-|HB''just'nbt*ri':^/'"'i;'^  J)lea������rs.  Sutcllfle and   Hood  wore  K^^^l^'-JMc^y  visitor herb with Mri. and Mt������.: Vance,  Wilt preach at the ohUKh  QervlcQ ' on  Binidaylnfterhbon,-^  1 ivj'X..!'y^x t\U;,: .'-'���������������������������'t"X' 7.-.''.!':^:'' ,':".������������������ .'i. ������������������-.'; ��������� .'������������������.    : '..'���������  :������������������ ."���������  ^���������^--f:J_H^T-"'-i^^^m*^������in;_^������C<, ;.n*^:a^!-^        of the;  w������ek:bn a -businW|-a visit tn M^^  ;&t&-jr&;;' '-A-a-\ ^a:a,^.'-X-^: -5:������������������������������������'.,-^ ���������:; ��������� ��������� -  Nelson was a v^totr^ galley points  .this week, ��������� and," we j underatand,: - the  'toads; to, :"^b":-'BLareVw^  Will by ������ono on' with ourly thin seaaon.  pr������i^c''X"Bfe^  ders|alon^tt.b ^^Ufbi^ :������susing  merely a hoet of  commonplace   love  nflaira  and   m  commosspiace chlldre  homes.   But he never works that way  lh;tn^'^''','it|O^I^  conies a beach comber, or a>fchig^t'i--iKV-:  ellng incognito and ro^  his }*wa^o^ ';!; The!tloves ^e; in^  furiously.   A.; crimson moon oyer ah ���������  Ibdlg^.sea le'Bo-neth'to  a cold 'white' moon above the dwib  housetop*- of a,:grlm_r:. cltyv:..;.':^-*' '^;.' r, f", .-  So It was that Pwsderlck and *^nny  Hat ton, seeking. to write.' a romanoe  l^*?;the.;8cr*-eh, v'chq**^  their Betting and then callod it *-8outh  8ea I^ve." William For produced the  picture, which   comes   to   the  Grand  ['Theatre, Satutday March 20th. Shirley Mason has the role of the tropical  -glrl'ln'ioVef'Unhappl^  from the cold north. Thar^  ing passions, cold treachery, '"atluring  beauty, iningltnJB with' scented ro-  BuancBv anhtle humor'.. and. touching  pathos in.the',������tbr3r.;^'' '  '  su^^^  susd as soon as the  money  Is   -sppbrr  tiuned Work will be prbeee^  daylabon^ith Mt>.^;M  ZZ$aij$^  gineer wiii ^:^^K^  nbtavaiiablel������finish them  necessary to iMimpAete^^^  :irtfur|^;:iai^^  and Creston.   If the, funds" are at his  disposal Mr.   Ramsay - expecte  to do  cnnside--abte^^^ tc^  this year, and bfa  plMS  Inblude^^^a^  points in tbe.'Vralley;;,whew."the,:,n������  for; ^ese has lieen Mt for  :As;.,*3bon. aai'::he^:}miim  amount of his appropriation  he wW'  -maka-av. toi"^ of (che sections in1&^  and ar-range for getUngat^e work;   ,���������  BRAHD THEATRE  [���������:"  I  ': "(-.'��������� >  .u.:������.,'  employed at the Continental mine at  Klockmrinn, Idaho, "is supplied thia  week In the eiaction of a monument  to the memory of J tahn William Johnson In the Oreston cemetery. The unfortunate man met his death last Nt]-*-  vember when he fell down a shaft In  the mine, sustaining injuries fronoi  whlcii h.������������ died ia..vfo.w..vdn"^B' later la,t,th������"  hospital; nit Bonntra Ferry, to whloh  Institution he -was rushed for treat-  ttnent Immediately  after.. the mishap.  r*>..r.������-u������u������������l *t������ k ii^������h*������W nt fL-'U*. -"Mllttftr.,'  branding operations, >;^en^-d-out*,4<i  head werelbradormarked. X' V ''" '''"'"''  ��������� *'���������. X  . ono of th-|.'ftjjrti������ ������v*|r^'?^  in the Lfnter*" area.. ''Tbe hc*4itcn,-j"'la  of grey royal granite from the Wilson  The Social Club aw having a 'hard  times "dft-acts tit'the "fffeSd' rfl-neh'on ���������fVI-'  day night, > 28th, ahd a largo turnout la  es-pected.   At this affair the executive  will decide ivhethor tb 'dlRcbntlntie for.;  the season br not*-." AAA*: ���������>'.���������:; '''.'���������';,. ���������,-:.-,i;  ��������� r-'i ���������-. ���������'���������,'������������������  ��������� -' >��������� ������������������ .'j'i.^ 7���������:.-'.���������:.���������������������������'-i*k, ..'..-'���������',*'i.-(. ..." ,���������  ;."���������..District ':������ngib������ft|",;',W.V^;Il^'niBay:',";of  IMalann was here on an official viuit on  Tuesday,'.:looking, oyer the hard, siir-  foco road nut down last fall,.: With  ie: eiMthiloh of.: a ' bad -spot at th������  1.C3rno8>������' roadwsy has stood  up well.  VMHaVlM S9SSSm\ StmmmS mSmMmmm^Sk LmW  .;.."��������� j^m^Xtt/mmmmCmSifS,.....  "',''-.���������:.'..',:' '���������       \7; ''*?;   i-.."'''*"'-'"'-1''!"���������'"*.'    ''  '���������������������������" '   ���������  I ��������� ..-,niii|ii^ilL.w.iii    ,.i'v',."|. ^  .   Mrs. Sadler and family loft on Bun-  day for Cranbrook, Where she will. W  S"Jrd������'infutUW.X:'.\-4^;;%V;^ "  '���������"��������� Zi^r.H-.^lggol-',:'I(������ft:-;'':iaBt;'week ;.fbr  Wyoilflfe/where he   will  be  working  dHsrfe'j; the n'-mmNn-  Mr^. Qfncr; Mrs. Joy, and Mrs. Dav-  Idge, who have bean op. the serlounly-  lil list, are making- a. very satlsfactoi-y  k^e'eostiry.. ' ' ". J ,  Mw.   H. S." Bevan   and  son,   Hay-  New Postal Regulation*  in  ,,������������������*���������-'*��������� .*<���������  fm Wi. >  South Sea  t   ' , ���������   ik , r ���������"   -   .-  Y'.r -���������-������'-'..._,   , ���������  Postmaster Gib^ has btiraomdUmy  advised that.in future tx������iuuiiu*������.tf-M*iI Im-  votcs's or statemant of value must b������  enclosed with b-$5ks prepaid at pHt/t - . _  -kl matter rates ikluo In scaled parcels       An enthralhngSOUth Sea  of general merchandise 'jpreps^lAnilet--   '' ;   KoiS-ailCe.'  ter rates, posted In Canada., addressed  [for delivery In the United Stftoa, Cf a delighfcftdf whinftigical  Oommennlns  with Manch IBth the     Hefoely   fniT)itR������ioned   ffirl-*-  postoffloa authorities have inaugurated # * o  n parcel post service. In dr.y old chicks.    _   ^       ^ ������       , ������  the birds going at ���������end*r,arl--k at the A dlUlghtor Of the deep and a  luual paircel peat rate/j.   Birds will be  accepted, if piroperly prepared,'. Ior,dS'  Uvbry In either Canada- or the Waited  morid, of Creston,   were  vWtorr, here Htftj^" pmvided they ean t^aiurm dse-  onedaylaiBt week   with  Mrs.  Leslie ������n^tlon in 8������l honra.   This  Is an  ex  Mclaaes,--' "    >-..^      , ^-.-isiiat-il'CsrrSeft.r-^ r"1'**^**������������������*  Mr.  Abbott and  Bono arrived on until May Blsfe, but ptu-eele will'noth������  Tueaday, and hate taken up re&ldbnce insured.  mother to its.fearless travelers.  :AL'.Sb.John'"a ���������  ������-������.   *iKm.n..TfautA 4\%WkthtltV '  "THE CITY OXJY.,v gaWJfl-M > J . iwrj--  i*iHni^|f.Trfn-Tvr'i,r* -iT*^^-������l--^--jffti-n;<-n-.--irr-  THE   BEVXEW,   iCBESTON,   B.    C.  Pain & f rrifaKon  Wade Life Miserabi  ~Ir. John M. ThsrEa.uJt -vr������".es from  S������u1ni*s-:-ville;   Digby   Co.,   N.S. :���������  " For two years ray life was made  miserable by that most painful And depressing complaint���������Piles. The doctors  said I must never hope for relief -without  operation. One of my sons was using  Zam-Bnk to remove _ boils whan I hap-  -oened to see it recommended forpiles.  "Zam-Buk soon subdued pain and  irritation, and before, I was through the  first box,I wg-s feeling the-full effect of  its great' soothing and healing* power.  Perseverance brought permanent relief."  "tft*e Zam-Buk ioi-a.lTsore, inHamed conditions  ������f the skin*."and foe quick healiog ol injuries.  mm banished  Farmers Needing Help  v.aii Secure immigrants  Backache  b������  \ \l  ) ���������! \ the  " >j I cream  1 >'  'I  crea-n  left  in!  srt.ciiAgi.es  ^oeer4  Mllfemari  Free Recipe Book-  Write tHe Borden Co.  Limited,   M.ontvca.1-.  BT. a. *<���������������<  Western Optimism  A million farmers producing grain  north, of tlie Canadian National line  ia Alberta within five years, is predicted by "Mayor* Blatchford, of Edmonton.  And 3ret they say thgi -western optimism has been dulled.���������Financial Post.  TORTURES OF SCIATICA  Relieved by Enriching and Purifying  the Blood  Sciatica is neuralgia of "the sciatic  nerve and the treatment sliould be  the same as for other forms of.neural-  gia. Sciatica is stubbora in resisting .treatment and the patient frequently suffers for s'ears.  So many cases of sciatica have been  helped by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  that every sufferer is justified in giving this treatment a thorough trial.  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills do not simply relieve pain���������they correct diseases  caused by weak, watery blood.     Thus  Canadian. National Railways Announce  P'an   of  srinsng  Mew Settlers in  ^ -Prospective settlers from many  countries, directed by the overseas organization ' of the Canadian National  Railways, will begin to reach Winnipeg about March 15, and "many of  these newcomers will be anxious to  ���������secure work on farms in- order that  they may learn by actual experience  the Canadian methods of carrying on  farm work. In order to assist these  settlers and also the farmers who re-  qu������x*e LuCir services ^urxng -..iiS spring"*  summer and fall, the Canadian National Railways have placed application  forms in the hands of all" agents on  C.2ST.R. western lines which farmers  can complete and send in without fin-  ancial^obligation of any kind. Offi-  cialts'bf the. colonization and develop^  ment department of the railway in  Winnipeg will then place the prospective worker in touch with the  prospective employer and-thus-get the  settler away to a good.start.  It should not be overlooked that the  immigrant who is -most likely to be of  use to the western farmer is the man  -mr1-������J-w     f*r\TYi������*cs     Clf, 4*mXT     111      * 1> Ck     ������������\i-*Tl*������-       TiT-*������-  .,  ..^ WW^A*^... ^*������-^ ���������������-~~ ������*���������.*~ ^.^._ _ _ Q, ,������.....  pared for a year's work, rather than  the man who comes- for a "short time,  tempted by high wages which are paid  during rush period, and it is strongly  recommended that as far as possible,  help should-be engaged by the year.  No charge is made for this service  and the company assumes no^pbliga-  tion except to bring the worker and  his prospective employer together for  their mutual benefit. Farmers who  anticipate needing dielp during the  coming year are urged -to make application early and thus take practical  steps to assist the vigorous immigration campaign being carried out by the  Canadian National Railways.  .The aggressive* immigration and  colonization plan being followed by  the Canadian National-Railways will  result in the bringing to Canada of  many thousands of good citizens during the next few months. To ensure  these newcomers work is the most  practical way of ensuring their success. By the method outlined the  employer of farm labor can supply  this co-operatfon and at the same time  secure help for himself for the coming  year.  Siibdifed hi "Nerviime"  Laying New Cable  - ���������.��������� x  Will Lay Cable to Alaska in Course bf  41,000-iVlHe Trip  -/vAtsa , a    CTaca: crew; on board, and;  svery modern-device known to science  , _   .-. . ��������� , T .;.       -r ;ihstaliedJ,tke^-lJ".-S. Government cable-  and forftwo years I-was so lame as to---������������_   -rj^f   '->   J.^_ .__-    ,r^���������-    . ...  be unfit for work," writes E. S. Sloane, "?!*',. , -������" T ^ V6SSei m "S  -from Georgetown. ''While in Smith j Klna un������er the American . flag, - will  Bros.' "Drug Storejl heard-of Merviline i start.-from Seattle for London, via  being a Wonderful pain-destroyer, so I������Home, the -first leg of a 41 000-mile  decided to try Nerviline. Thanks to i trlTy during- w-h-tnit-������+ -arm \J,r ������ *,,,-,  Nerviline, my- two-years' backache was J ���������; J?��������� , *? " WiU lay e *ew  rubbed awav. anil to-riav iU������n r.f>rfer-ih-   ca-������le to Alaska, the war department  'Backache was the "banq. of lay life.  rubbed away, and to-day tf-am perfectly well."  " All those who aufier from weak,  aching backs, those? whose muscles  are stiff, wliose-joints are swollen, let  them try Nerviline���������the liniment that  35c at aii dealers.  P.wSrf,  an������A<    avfr    PrnenArilv-  5.b8-w-w������    m������a   -a, -vrwJL"������;_������*.jr  Some" Western Fa^nrters Can Afford to  Go Globe Trottisig  what would seem fto constitute clear  evidence' of the ^general prosperity ot  the man on the land in Western Canada at the present time is the fact'  that in the passenger list of - the'  round-the-world .cruise on the Canadian Pacific S.S. Empress of Canada,  Western Canada, is particularly- well  represented. Such cattle' and wheat  towns as High ^ River, Hussar and  Standard are *--"*"'**-' "t* th**- i**.Qd lVirH.  eating the agriculturists of these sections have found their farming operations sufficiently .profitable' to spend  the' winter globe trfttting-  ,has. announced.  Among* the scientific devices on  board is the "gyro-pilot/-' a mechanical steering instrument, which recti-"  fies instantly any deviation in, the  vessel's course; It Js. estimated ithat  enough cable at $1,000 a mile" will be  saved by this device to pay for it ten  'times over in laying the new. cable.  RliH#IN^������^^MiNfei  I  %  Fired At Automobile  Expertrry-rnt Is Made in Brooklyn With  a Bandit-Proof- Car  Three men fired three shots at an  they are beneficial ia the treatment of f automobile carrying a paymaster apd  even the most severe disorders. Their- ^ . ,     ^    ^, ,    /,      ,_      j.     ,  two  assistants  through  the  heart of  Brooklyn,    while    several    policemen  and a crowd of 200 or more persons  stood by inactive.  Stranger still, some of the bullets  hit the glass windows of the'machine  and bounced back.  The attackers were experimenting  with a new type of armored car, intended to transport large sums , of  money, which is believed to be "bandit-proof."  value in cases of this kind is shown  by the experience of Miss Lizzie Freeman, Nogies'jPreek, Ont., who says:���������  *T was confined to bed for seven  weeks with'sciatica. What I suffered is almost impossible to realize. The  doctor did all he could for "me, and yet  I was not getting any better, and he  told me the trouble was likely to leave  me crippled, A neighbor who was in  to see me. strongly advised me to try  Dr. Williams" Pink Pills. I decided  to do so and after taking them for a  while found "hey were helping me. I  continued taking the pills until I had  taken nine bases,-when E was able to  walk as well as ever, and! felt that,I '  was full;-- r^storo'l:. In view of what  these pills have done for me t strongly recommend them to all sufferers."  If you are suffering from any condition due to poor, watery blood or weak  nerves, begin taking Dr. Williams*  Pink, Pills now and nbte how your  strength and health will Improve.  The new hjiIgs tax will not increase  the pricf- of 3>r. Williams" Ptnk Pills,  as th<- company pays the.- tax. You  can f-1111 obtain the pills through any  mf--H<*lr-r; dealer at SO cents a box. or  by mail, ;-osil pnJd, at tliis price, from  The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Broclcville, Ont.  Right  Schoolmaster.���������"Your essay is very  good, Billy, but you've made one mistake in it. You say one cat had two  chickens. You mean kittens, of  course?"  Billy.���������"No, sir, chickens. She had  them off the pa.ntry shelf."  IP ������   Ewl JP^ La Eli S  BLOTCHES  All skin diseases such as pim-  - pies  originate  through failure  of the kidneys and liver.      All  taints that block the avenues of  health must be removed.      Dr.  Hamilton's Pills do this quick-  trr "T"in������*T   f>l4>9ne#   +1-1 m   etrcrpm  'J" j��������� ���������-"V -J---���������������������������    ���������--    "J --���������������������������--  make the skin smooth, restore  " roses to the cheeks, and give  clear, dainty complexion.  I>&. HAMILTON'S  PILLS  For good looks-,- good health, and  good .spirits,, there is nothing so sure  as Dr. Hamilton's Pills. 25c boxes,  five for $1.00, all dealers, or The  Catarrh ozone/ Co.. "Montreal.  !  -"' V  Saskatchewan Briquettes  Carload Reaches Ottawa and Will Be  ^ - Given ^Thorough Test  The carload of Saskatchewaa lignite  briquettes consigned by the" Saskatchewan Lignite Utilization Board to the  Dominion Government- has arrived in  Ottawa. - It will be used by the Dominion Fuel Board, for testing purposes. The briquettes were made in  a plant in North Dakota from Saskatchewan lignite and the'board has given a carload each to the Dominion  Government^and the, Governments of  Manitoba and Saskatchewan.  .Distribution of the briquettes has  begun. A large- part oL the carload  will be tested in government furnaces. Supplies, will .ailso be given to  a selected list of householders "vho  are Interested in lignite as a solution  of "the fuel problpm of Central  Canada.       ' \���������  Paring a eo-ri* is both risky and in-  effeCtl-^e "**��������� -fa    msmVi    T-.o+ffv-    ������������������������������   -..a-  Holloway's Corn" Remover and eradicate them enSirely." '   "  Tiial Trip a Success _  Boat-Makes.T.rip From Great Lakes to  -. B.C. in-25 D*kys    ,  From .the Great "Lakes to Vancouver  in 25 days is the record of the IOrk-  -vcnnrl   lino,   atasma*       T      tt      tji..���������~.__   ������������������. '    ���������-ww..^,.^. j       vm  ^   JLXt      x mn l l rr^;_ ,  which reached "Vancouver recently. F."  W. Hudson, president of "the line, stated that though the trip -"ros only a'  trial one,prospects were good for"*-*  continuation,of the service.  The Plunimer brought pianos'/ wire  cable," roofing, paper, rubber tires,  pickles, paints and honey. Candles,  also carried as an experiment, to-ascertain if they would stand the-Journey through the Panama.Canal, reached Vancouver apparently in. excellent  shape.  ..Extension to Elevator  The Robin "Hood Milling Company  announce that .it is their intention to  build an .extension on-, its-elevator at  Calgary next _spring, commencing  operations - about April 15, to' provide  storage for 250.000 bushels 'of grain.  Girls!   Hair Grows -   - *   ,  Thick and Beautiful  ,35-Cent - ''Danderine*'   Does* Winders  for Lifeless, Neglected Hair  Why --Better Giass?"  An , English newspaper says the  "better class ladies" of the neighborhood ostracized for a tf.gie.the factory  giri'whom Rev. S. Earlng-GoulcE, the  -uiihor bf "Onward, Christian Soldiers," educated, married and lived  happily for ever after. Why "better  eiass?" Perhaps--, the use of such  terms explains In some degree the revolt in Great Britain against the caste  system.���������Toronto Globe.    "  A gleamy mass*  pf luxuriant hair  full of.gloss, lustre and life shortly, follows a .genuine toning up ot  neglected scalps'  with dependable  "Danderlne.'*  1   Falling    hair,  . s  Itching scalp and  / the    dandruff    is  ( corrected im-bedi-  ^. ately.    Thin, dry,  wispy "or fading hair is quickly finvlg-  orated^ taking on new strength, color  and youthful beautv. "Danderine" Is  delightful en * tbe "hair: a refreshing,  stimulating tonic���������not Btlcky of  greasy r     Any drug store..  Manitoba Beekeepers  Manitoba beekeepers last 'year produced 3,041,712 pounds of honey, compared with 1,800,000 , last - year and  less than 1,000,000 pounds in 1921. The  average production per.hive was 165  pounds.  '/  St. Lav/rance River Navigation  **Navigatioa of the St. "Lsiwrence River is expected to open early In tho  month of April. According 1o preliminary schedules Is-medi by the various sU-amship com panics operating  between Canadian Allan lie ports and  Europe, 1!>2 shl-va will ulBlt Quebec  during J������2t.  In all Infantile complaints that are  the result of the depredations oC  worms In the stomach and intestines,  Minor's Worm Powders will be found  an effective remedy. They attack  the cause of these troubles, nnd hy expelling the worms from the organa insure an orderly working of the system, without which the child cannot  maintain Its strength or thrive. These  powders mean health and improvement.  Mother! Give Sick CbiU  "California Fig Syrup  js\K   AR9W;^-E''1_rRfia-������ ':<I__1JH        ���������  Agujp of wafer  (or milk if you prefer}  MEQatff  perfect pancakes  "    -' ' '" v * *���������  ISfake one batch of Aunt Jemima Pancakes this easy way^  you'll never go back to the old way-with its tedious measuring and mixing. It's done in, a minute yet, with Aunt  jemima Pancake Flour, you can make pancakes as fine as  any you've ever tasted. This is Aunt Jemima's famous  Southern recipe roadyZxnixod 1 Try it.  a������8j*ijui^������iei*j������������,  19  Harmless    Laxative    for    a    Bilious,  Constipated  Baby or Child  ���������Tht- "-"-rand balance" or scale used  in Liu.- Bank ol England Is ho hoiibJUvo  that the welglst of a postage sj.amp  moves the iad<*x six Inches.  CHILDREN CRY,FOR "CASTORIA"  _V-  A Harmless Substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric. Drops  and Soothing Syrups ��������� No Narcotics!  Mother! Fletcher's Castorla ha������  been in use for over 30 years to ro-  llevo bable.H und chj'ldron. ofConatipa-  tion, Flntiilpncy, Wind Colic- nnd  Dtarrhao"".- allay I ok Fevorlfthncos ar������s-  Sna; thetofrom, and, by r-ftffiulAtlnis: tho  ������tomncb and Bowel-i, ������iill������' tbe aHHimi-1  latlon of Food;   ---(vln-gr nnturnl file*-)  without oplatc-B,  alBRftturo of  Constipated, bilious, feverish, or  sick, colic Babies  and Children lovji  to take genuine  '���������California Fifl .  Syrup." No oth.at&7.  laxative regulates'%(,  It sweetens. th9  bowels so nicely,  the tender littlo ���������*-*-���������-  stomach and  starts the liver and bowels acting  without griping. Contains no narcotics or Bootbln-i- drugs. Say "Califor-  nJa'J to your druggist nnd avoid count-  erfallul luulsl upon' ������cuuluiu "California Fig Syrup" which contnlua  directions.  To Women Who Do Their Own Work: SupposiS  you could save six minutes every day In washing:  pots and pans^two minutes after every meal. In  la month, this would amount to a saving of three  liours of this disagreeable but necessary work.  1'his snvfnjr can be made by using SflflF enameled  kitchen utensils, as their smootli sanitary surface  -ndll not absorb dirt or -grcaBe.   No scraplng-t, acourlnc on  Sollshin*; in needed when you use Diamond or Pearl wage*  oap, water and &. diah towel la all y������u need* Ask fon  m*J0  CanndJi Gets Sixth of Em I a rants  There wore 43.MO emigrants from  Croat Britain to tHvc ovoraoas domln-  ioftn last your who were assiHted In  <hn payn-K-nt' of tlnelv j--i������p*i."*e -monpy  by the conimlttec Retliig under tho  ltrJtlsli Empire rl->ttlpmeht Act. . OC  the riumber 7.3S0 went'to Canada. Tho  rottiulnder wont to Austi'aila and Now  Zf'ftlnnd. A. statement to the above  Th������o -jcnulne* bears   ettecL waa mudo in tUo-IIo.UBa-of Com-  motk'i. ou bDihalf of tho colonial ofllcc.  "AFaceof Porcelain and a Heart of Steel"  Three flnishes: I-enrl Ware, tw������ coats -of pearly ������rey  enamel inside and cut. Diamond Ware, three coata, light  Mho and white outside, white lining*. Crystal Ware,  three conts, pure white inalde o������4 out* witli Iloyal Blue  edging:.  ���������|Jrf eet Metal Producx������.c������^u^-.^  .Moyrnt!AL7liTORO������������o---,vVij^l5iPEO*  weDMO>4TON/.VAiN COUVEW -xC<*.L>G./������-������:������.y_  mi  OS^^x^ww^^  Ask for Mlnard's ������rus take no other  mmmmmsmm4mmmmmmuam  ^JVan/pvare 'Stow?  W.    N.    U.    3&10 THE   BEVIEW,   CRESTON,   B.    0.
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Taking-   'tis    his subject,
Problems   oa the- United
Canada," Hon. Charles Stewart, .minister of the'interior,. Canada,-in an address in Chicago .before the Industrial
Club, an organization of leading business men of that" city, reviewed some
of the more important-of the innum-*"
erable subjects on,which the interests
of the two. countries meet".    -The-address covered a wide field- but dean:
-more.partic-ffilarly with those questions
which  have to do with the" development* -and.- conservation of natural resources."
"" At the outset Mr- Stewart took occasion to* point out- the tendency, in
discussing    Canadian-American    relations,    to    overemphasis-^    boundary.
matters which, owing to the character
of the "problems they1'involved and^to
the co-dperati&e arrangements necessary-to* deal with .them^naturail-p re?
ceived a, great deal of publicity.^    He
'" expiessed-.the view that the most pow-
* erful forces iihkSng the United. States
^snd Canada were -not thos^ that gav,e
rise to a chain o? cb-operative' enter-
Beware of Imitations!
Lm.       ��^Oi-'=BL\'      '
prises along the- boundary, but rather
those that  crossed  the - line���^mutual
interests and influences almost Infinite in number and variety. '*     -       '���
In " this   connection Mr. Stewart instanced /the    case of'the agricultural
development of the United States and
Canada, and ,the influence " that   each
country had  exerted  upon  the other
with respect to the advance, first,' of
pioneer settlement and later   of   permanent agriculture.     Mr. Stewart recalled   that   through a long series ot
decades there wasan almost constant
stream  of   C-anadlan   farmers   of .the \
best pioneer stock, flowing in to build [
up. the immense agricultural domain -
of the states of the west and middle
west.      They joined forces in Michigan and  Kansas and "Nebraska with
the army of land-seekers    from    the
Ohio valley and from east of"the Al-
;leghanies and" Appalachians..-,    Later,
not so many years ago, the faavance of
land  settlement  swept  northward  to
the  prairies  of Western  Canada and
the "United States* settler became one
of $he  chief factors'in  the  colonization of what" were now the provinces
of    Manitoba,  ^Saskatchewan and Alberta.
. ''Great as-are^our common interests
along the. border," said Mr. Stewart,
"there is* nothing in our co-opera-j
(���iv^'"boundary... undertakings to compare in international importance with
the mutual Influences exerted by this
Tebb. and "flow of pioneer stock to build
up the farming communities,- first of
one country and then of the other.'.'..
Touching very briefly on .the subject
of iuimigration, Mr. Stewart assured
flie Important,Part Pla^red By
Skelter iBelts In OeveJ.opip.jf Tne
Resource�� KJi JKraxirie Frovmces
Export Market In Europe
Canada   Deeply   interested in .Helping
-   Europe to  Get Baclc to Normal
It    is    very    difficult for. Canadians
generally to understand how seriously
European and wbrldJ situations affect
- "Why the prairies are treeless is a
moot question, "but the labors and experiments of over twenty -3'ears have
shown that trees can be made^to grow
the prairie region of Canada if a
few simple precautions are taken. The
value of trees ,up��n prairie farms is
threefold.      They add to the- produc-
our trade.      It is not through lack of'
information,   -We are confused by too."���*: of tlie ��arm- the? provide wood
much detail until most of us  do not
Albert T.
lisher*   of
Sa3k. *
White,  Editor and  Pub-
The-  Express, Broadview,
7Pulpwood Exports increase
Pulp wood  exports    to  the   'United
States in' the,twelve months eijded December' were  valued    at    $ 13,525,004
compared with 110,359,762 in 1922.
mm cui-DS
miif �� r v CTOPPFn
iiu   iu-
% "Unless you^see the '"Bayer Cross";on
.; ting the genuine* -Bayer, Aspirin proved
Bafe'byrmiilions   and * prescribed^ by
* physicians "oyer twenty-three years for
7"Colds'.-'*-'"r5:*"       '-Headache-v- "*'
< ���      Toothache -        '"Lumbago
Neuritis   "- Rheumatism
- Neuralgia": Pain, Paiii
his audience that Canada had
-       - t" * v     - . ,
tention whatever of becoming an ante-
{ room for the'illicit introduction of immigrants auto the United States. Every
precaution "was being takeri by Canadian immigratioBr*" authorities to prevent * this being done. Moreover,
Canada had a direct interest in observing the working "out of the methods taken by the United States to con-
is^^mm5grc^01^ and to build up the]
'ITigJiest possilbl���":sCanda,rds of cIGzeh-""
ship. Canada's interest in this problem-was a personal one,-because Canadian statesmen realized that the
growth   of the  Dominion*""-during * the
A neglected cold is
the open gateway to
To quickly stop a
cold, the .best way. is
to clear the air passages of the ' nose
and throat; free'
them of germs, and
let the-healing vapor of CATARRHOZONE do the rest.   .
One breath of GA~- ' ��-0l"J-
brings instant Jrelief.      Your suffering
stops, -     Hoarseness      is      relieved,
throat   and,-nose   -are    cleared, "Inflamed bfpnchlal tubes    are    healed,
know "exactly where we are at
Mr. Heridersonfi the ' Bank of Toronto's vice-president, in .speaking at
the annual meeting of shareholders,
brought home in tabloid form to Canadian business,jthe European situation
when he said that there are SOp.OGOi**
000 people in Europe who are direct or
indirect huyers of Canadian products,
whose purchasing power today Is only
30. per cent, of normal.
' While Canadians ' ought to - be
pretty well satisfied with the develop-*
-ment of their export trade in fne last
two years, Mr. " Henderson's picture
suggestsfthe possibilities fo*p<this country when Europe. *--ets back to normal
and the dee'p interest " this " country
must have ioT h'elpins the countries
over there to re-establish themselves.
"""]���Financial Post.
What Canada Needs
iBl! danger of Catarrh is prevented. *
7 Carry CATARRHOZONE Inhaler tn
your purse, in youi- vest.pocket, and
use. it when the^nrst shiver or sneeze
comes. - Complete outfit, One Dollar,
small size 50c 7' At all druggists.
Refuse a substitute. By mail from
The Catarrhozcne Co., Montreal.
National   Faith   Will   Carry   Dominion
Through   Its  Difficulties I
"We, need to recapture the/ spirit of
ihe "fathers of confederation.^ With
faith like theirs there is nothing Canadians cannot do," n"Vincent Massey
l��� Canadian Club members at
Ottawa. He deplored the tendency
to" emulate the experimental legislation, of other countries. Canada needed firm individuality and "we need a
protective burr of our own," Massey
'    "National-   unity.. wai3    primary   to
the - national    character and national
material for many uses, and above all
they add-to the comfort and content of
life. The usefulness of tree belts
was recognised by the early settlers
but coming as 'they did from wooded
provinces, they did not undersxand the
growing of trees* under prairie conditions and most efforts at -tree-growfai-g
resulted in failure.' " In 1901, the
Tree Planting Division of the Forestry Branch of the Department of the
Interior was established to develop
this resource.
Heretofore, most of the groves set
out have been with the-object of protecting and. sheltering the farm buildings.       There  is,   however,   a   wider
scope for tree .planting and this is becoming mare apparent every year.    In
certain parts  of the west  somewhat
serious    conditions -  have    developed
through the drifting  of top soil, and
the forestry-branch is now co-operating      with  ^ organizeid      movements
amongst communities in these areas,
to?assist in  "establishing    permanent
field S-shelters, as  barriers to  control
the unbroken, sweep of the winds.     la.
faith:" which    would     carry
through its difficulties.     _ .
Canadij-R-  Emigration
only.      Each unbroken package  con
tains proven- directions.   -Handy boxes ] in
of twelve tablets cost few cents. Druggists also, s'ell bottles of, 24' jsnd/lOO:
Aspirin fl& \he- trade mark (registered,
In Canada)  of Bayer Manufacture of
Monoacetlcacidesler���of.  Sallcylicacid.
While It is well known^that- Aspirin
means   Bayer   manufacture, tcljisgist-
the public against imitations, the.Tab*,
-lets of Bayer. Company will ".be stamped with their general trade mark, the
"Bayer Cross." \ ..   "    >'   '
Alberta's Coal Resources -
Further developments pt Alberta's
coal resources will be carried on by
the Alberta Carbon Coal\ Company,
Ltd., which hold leases, on 2^40 acres
of land ln the carbon field near Drum-
heller. They have proved these by,
diamond drilling and test: holes, and
are doting more drllliug. Tlaey" expect to star"*,;'tiie development of their
areav towards . the' end of February,'
erecting: a plant to handle,800 tdns a
day. " :' '-*
present century was likely to develop
t . . ��� , many, 01 the same features that char-
��~ "~Spr"n_'{ acterized  United-States   growth  dur-
the past two or three generations.
Mr.. Stewart avoided any discussion oi
the -particular -phases into^ which >the
problem "of assimilating   millions,   of
persons of alien birth and parentage
resolved itseif, but he said-that Canadian authorities would' study - the ,re-
E suits of United^States efforts to deal
with thia problem as being the most
I valuable guide for the shaping of Canadian policy along ,the soundest lines.
Ladies Remove Their Corns
In a Simple  Way
. No pain, no trouble, cost'g only a
quarter. It is a very simple thing to
paint on a small application of good
old .���"Putnam'a" night' and morning.
To remove corns, to get entirely free
-fr6in,them, use Putnam's Corn & Wart
Extractor:** * Jit is guaranteed, 25c at
all dealers.'    Refuse a substitute.
Britain's Foreign Policy
Children Delight In
Btecauae they ate 'Hoothltifi! and re-
'freohfln--: for.' tender, oki-cls ���.- especially
If bhaimed by Cutlcura Ointment on
runt filfj-nti of redrieoB or ToughneBa*
The Cutlcui-a Tftlcvtm aleot dwlcately'
nied katcd and cxqulBlt-ily pnrumed^
la excellent for little onea.
tUntlnSIS-i. itii*tw*-M't;iS tiiiJIMc. J&iMm'tSd- Sold
Jhrowi*h<��itlli��l>ttmln_oi-i. <^-j_p*mp*pot;.
Imxif*' JUmlfUA. 3U Bt. Twit St.�� %. M-��lMml.
W>    N.    U.    1&10
Henri       Bouras&a       Expresses
Attitude on Affairs In Europe v
V 'T^.stand for tho foreign policy ot
Great Britain, as it is expressed today, first, because I believe that It is
3ust, and secti.iaiyj. because I "believe^
that;it".! is'' best; iti the'". Interest of ,iny,
country; -'litftomorrow;'th'^ policy of
.Fran'c'O;' eofreaponds hotter to what I
bjEjlievo te bo the true interest' of- my
j-^biintry, I "^111; stntiid by that policy,
net j bcttrafl-o ���' it'' Is.; thft';; "Fronch policy,
but because I bollcv4 It Is tlie best
.peii-cy;:;;;7,;i./' .'���;. ;'-,A>y'r-Z \r_..""
''������/���)[ny:.'tfee'iabovjb''Wordsr. pronounced..be*
fore!' the' Shoo ' Trnde 'con vein fcion   In
'Mbntrcftl,    I-^enrl    BonrasBa,,   former
leader of the Natibriallst party in Ctan-
ndn, expreBsed hla attitude on affairs
3n Kuropc.     The cndortrntlen of 1~"H-
ttvin's pre sent foreign policy came' at |
the end of a -length-/ addrcBB, in which
Mr. ,Beurai3fiia', re-amrmod his nationalist faith and urged Canadians to,stand
an tlielr own feet tin fiscal matters.
He favored a Britannic aBSpciatlon ol:
free., communities, worklnB:   for ;', th/i
imiilbtennnce of an equnI standard of
liberty In matters of tarltt: as in rnar.-
t*>rB of pen co nnd war.
New U.S."immigration Bill. May Make
Quota Limitation Applicable
to'. Canada"
The   new-" immigration bill of the
United States proposes to make the
quota limitation-applicable    to    Canada,     Mexico,    and    South America,
which    countries,   hitherto  have not
been included within its scope.      The
present law limits the number of immigrants annually from, any country to
3 per cent, of the number of that particular  nationality  resident    in     the
.United States as recorded in the 1910
census.      As there were some 2,700,-
000 persons of Canadian birth or ancestry in the United  States   at  that
time, the Canadian   quota'  would   be
about   81,000   yearly.       If   the   quota
should be reduced to 2 per cent, as
some u are    proposing, then Canada's
quota would be reduced to about 54,-
000,   It is hardly likely that this move
is directed against Canadian citizens,
It Is more probably Mntended    as   a
check  against  the  practice, of many
foreigners of, using Canada as a gateway to tho united States to avoid tho
quota restriction.'���-Winnipeg Tribune.
If you have a strong,point in your
character don't make it a weakness
by admiring It too much.
recent years there has been a noticeable increase in requests from farmers for information and assistance, in
this a^espect. * *���
The department e�� the injterio*- last"
year * made    a careful survey of results >sp far attained.     As a result of "
a very conservative estimate based on
this survey, it is believed that there
are  now  at* least   40,000   vigorously-
growing   shelter  belts in  the  prairie
provinces.      Most of the owners estimate-the value of each of these belts
at $1,000 or more, hut placing a value
of $300 on these 40,000 plantations, it
means that the" resources" of -the west
have-been increased to the extent of
$12,000,000. -   The = chief   value   of" a
plantation on the prairies, however, 33
not its actual, worth in cash.  . Each
successful tree belt is a practical demonstration "of the kinds and varieties
of trees which can be depended upon
in a particular locality.      It encourages those who have been too skeptical to do any planting themselves, it
relieves the general monotony of tho
landscape, and. lends a greater impression of permanency to farm life. While
from the  above  it  is  apparent' that
much has been done in the planting
of shelter belts, nevertheless in proportion to the extent of .territory in-
A Whole way
.But Now He Praises Dodd's -��
Kidney Pills
Alfred   Nadeau    is   enthusiastic   over
the remedy that brought him  relief
���Dodd's Kidney Pills.
Albertville, Que. ��� (Special). ��� "It
gives "me great pleasure to tell
you that I am feeling very well, since
I started taking your Dodd's Kidney
Pills." I- was not able to work a
whole day without severe pains in my
-kidneys. >
Tour    Dodd's    Kidney" Pills are a  _. -   ���
wonderful remedy for  weak kidneys. | volved no more than a start has been
Kindly publish my testimonial, so that made>     It is aBUcjpatea that now the
all those who suffer may know about -
Dodd's Kidney Pills;"
listless children
���.'. 1 " ..    .j.    .. .^HL-��      -.
Mr. Alfred Nadeau, who lives here, j
makes tho above statement^ He feels
that he owes it to other sufferers with
sore kidneys,,to tell them how he
found relief from his suffering.
All Mr. Nadeau-s troubles came
from diseased kidneys. They speedily ceased when he commenced to use
the" one sure help for diseased kidneys
���Dodd's Kidney' Pills. There Is no
reason'why anyone should continue to
suffer when Dodd's Kidney Pills can
be obtained from druggists everywhere,"" or The Dodd's Medicine Co.,
Ltd., Toronto.
Saskatchewan  Butter Output
!. Butter tptoductIen in, Saskatchewan
passed the ten million pound mark for
the .first time in tho history of the
province, when with the close of November, "the 1923 output totalled 10,-
121,702 pounds, ,or an increase of
'1,551,705 pounds over "the corresponding period last year, according to olu-
clal returns recently Issued. 7
principles underlying success in tree
planting are beginning to be understood, the advance of the tree planting movement will be much more
rapid in the future than it has been in
the past.
If a penniless"" man has nowhere else
to go he should "go to work.
Minard's takes the sting out of
them. Quickly relieves achlug
or blistered feet.
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,'.1uv.^.:,..4^yf^^hP^^f^..^.i^^,X'^'k^Xl THE CRESTON REVIEW way ** Jane Sret if fche m* ������*'*!������    prospective S3O09 of provincial tax-  Issued eveiry Friday at Craton. B^      ������* aPe available,  along with  &M  Subscription: 82.60 a year in advance, yearns trading 'licenses,   and   other  ^eotoU.S.point8.                                I iced revenues,  and a six  months'  O. P. Eatbs. Editor and Owner, J -������������������_.���������" ������        ...  1 share of the liquor profits,   betting:  vJitJcJcrrOr*, is.!".",  "ifii,iii"A"JL, MA������C.  "go  Apple Cr������^  jd-IitJ      \JUCOUlUlI  it'll of;  costs to grow a bos of apples has  frequently come np for- discussion  in the Okanagan and it is understood to have varied from about SO  ->n������4--i   *A   &*"   CA   _^-._   &.__  vsuva   w yju������MT   (K)l    UUA.  Over in Okanagan county, Washington, the district horticulturist  lias just completed figures for that  district .showing that in 2323 it  cost $1.27-! per box, after all the  charges for labor and material havo  bean figured iu.  The figure is based ton an average  yield of 373 boxes to the acre.  Growers showed quite a variance  ia ideas, many not figuring interest  o.i the capital invested or their own  labor costs. #  xtiucumes and   motor licenses; wifcn  bat seven months to run tlie village  tl^S Pf**^ rntooirfVvw������i-iQ _al-������-rw*itl-rl In** a ������%������-*"���������. #-a>  -������-���������������*���������*    "���������������������-*��������������� m-mmm.m*3m>+*m*m.T$mm-m.+^fmmj UK*%r������������������.<Ul     WW   ���������������&*������%#-    ******  close the books at December. 1924,  with a surplus to carry forward into 1925 that should enable them to  accomplish much in the way of  village improvements that were  never even dreamed'of under the  old time absent or long distance  treatment from Victoria.  Too, by all hands -���������������������������*. raml-nfl* tax  payments until incorporation is  complete the village -cosssssisSrionesB  will have no 1924 financial worries,  which is most desirable, as they are  sure to have troubles enough in  other, directions with the inauguration of local self government.  the O.XT.Q-. foundered in 1922���������the  Associated   'directors have  neither  mandate nor inclination to contin  ������e in business.  - While ft   is   not   definitely   announced that, the   big   concern-   is.  through, it must  be admitted--that,  the outlook is not   at   all honefu*.  However, every ck������ud has its silver  *Hnings   and "with. Crestorfs   'well  knnwn  1-t.q*>_ /r& Ar..w\n    **-e������ 1-t-iafe Td-l^cvk*  it knows the worst, now might be  an .opportune time to have local'  growers reflect upon the eventsof  392^  The experience,  of   that, year-  while more expensive to some than  in 1923, but which, for reasons that  the Keview has op intention of dfs~  cussing, has some Judication of not  continuing througSSnt.1924."'   ' ^"  ������, If the salvation of the Valley .or-  ohardists depended J on . control of  th������ loeal crop up ts appso2iis.-i>!iely  75 per cent, hy one selling organization in 1923 wheat at least a like  percentage' of 'the- whole Bsratiish  Columbia output was similarly con-,  trolled, isn't the disaster of 1922  likely to be the worse repeated  with. ..all B.C - running .wild  if some effort is not. made to exerf  cise what control is "possible"on-  Creston Valley's  probable" and lim-  ' _Jus������ at -present fehe -Bevlew  would not be thanked For any sug=  gested remedies , had w������ any ^ to  offer, but we hope thai- when the  growers contemplate_ the prospect  of a repetiticn^bSiOS^^th^sr will aoofc  be slow .to conaprelieiis that it is  ������"������������������   _^ ���������_    9    _������������   ������������������������*__..     -.*   -_.���������_���������_���������  WltKH"  others���������was very   larselv   respon , .   . . . .   .  ...    ������ '      .        " -       ", ~     ������.   _. * 12tea Dome marsew  stble for  the get-together efieotear  and each other's way -of doing business���������prevenfe the SSsst I*-" ofnafc-  "^ *"   r J* w *  sire, which is self-preservation, from  functioning to maxiiii^nt capacity!"  and this - whether*, the, A^ooiated  or goes. a7"  - '  -":'   "-  - *  " -*  I&eas Fob H ATcaiKG���������IBarr^d BocS-.������������  $1.25 for IS eggs. J* W. Vanes*.  A|ice Siding. .-  Let the Assessment Stand  Voters List Closes A&ril 7  Monday, April 7th,. is the last  day for registering voters on the  list that will be used if a provincial  election is held, within the next  year���������and all the outward and visible signs would indicate an appeal  to the people by the Oliver Government not later than October.  Any postmaster,' Justice of the  peace, notary public cr provincial  police can register you if they happen tp have a supply of the necessary forms, or If you wij^call at the  Review office we will be pleased to  accommodate all and sundry who  desire to be eligible to cast a ballot  at the next election.  Xn connection with   the Hot. fch**.fe  t. ��������� _ -���������     ���������_    _   _   _.  closes on the 7th pros, it might be  well to point out that this is not  the list to be used on the prospective beer plebiscite. - 'The beer* Jiafc"  closed early in March, -bnt for the  benefit of either the "wets" or  ''dry a" it is expected a court of revision will be held at Creston on or  abo*ht April 8th or 9th, at which  voters who appear in person at- the  court may have their name placed  on the list co be used in connection  with the beer sale vote.  But don't forget the all important list closes on the 7th of April,  and the invitation to register at  the Review is wide open to all.  No Rush to Pay Taxes  Lest some of   the   opulent   and  hustling residents within   the new  V*Ha.*Ml '������,������*������-������   1m������������--i AAmn   fttMkn,.".    ������1.*������  winter      with    surplus      revenue  eufifknent to warrant them,   at this  early   date,     paying   their   taxes,  might we suggest that they refrain  from so doing jnat for  the present,  for the   rather good and   sufficient  reason that it is not   likely the tax  monies paid   to  the provincial collector  before  statutory village  incorporation takes place  will be re  turned to the local   treasurer when  Creston  village starts running its  own affairs.  Provided  the .village  gets under  Plant Every Foot  or Your Kanch  T have already made the necessary financial, arr-rnge-  tticnts and  am" prepared   .  to pay Cash on Delivery  for  Oreatrm Valley Pro-  dnce of every description.  816S161I ViiiSjf r iiiii mi tsSmmii  ALFRED IELS6I, BMtm  Another direction*, too, in which  villagers can expedite the launch -  ing of iocai municipal administration is by forgetting -their 1924  assessments.    .   .  Under Hie provisions- of the  Village Act a new roll must be  ���������prepared which is slightly different  than the present provincial system.  in that the .village notices must  show the amount levied for land  and the sum asked on improvements, instead of bunching them as  at present.  Time will be required to accurate^  ly segregate these, and  such a process'would   r ecessitate the temporary   commissioners   engaging   the  services of a competent valuator at  some little cost to the  new village.  The way the IReview feels about  shis  matter���������and   taken   hy   and  large the assessment on either our  business or residential  properties is  quite as high as ^similar   premises  owned by others���������is that in   view  of the fact that   no   appeals   were  made to  Nelson   about   the   1024  assessments it  is   quite   fair to as-  iftime all of us were quite prepared  to pay as per this year's assessment  had the   village not come  into being, therefore why not be as generous towards the " temporary' commissioners by allowing the provincial roll to stand.  Once the permanent village  assessor is appointed he will have  the balance of the year to thoroughly investigate the whole village  assessment and at the 1925 court  of revision a general equalization  can be the more readily and equitably made.  While in every assessment there  are always some injustices, those  who have examined the roll for the  village are of the opinion that on  the whole the valnations placed���������  where one property���������, is compared  with others of similar location and  improvements���������are at least equitable.  Therefore a few of your j-eijHsremente  will foe ~  Let ������ Not Repeat 1922  The gloom that prevades the local fruit marketing situation thickened somewhat over the weekend  when it became known that there  ia grave possibility that the Associated Growers of B.C. maybe forced  out of business due to the fact that  growers' contracts nojy held by the  big organization tip not give thorn  control of much more than 60 per  cent, of Britinh Columbia's fruit  tonnage for 1924.  At Its torn'i^tion .. year Ago ii  was stipulated that the Associated  must control 85 per cent. . of the  total fruit output, and although,it  actually carried on Bticoeaafully in  1923 with hardly mum than 75 $j#r  cent., now that sales- of orchards in  th*- OkK-i-tfmt- to ������im���������������������������<"������������������*triM'-t liold-  er������ )ian out the expected tot mage to  60 per Dent, --the point   at   which  TIMOTHY - - - - 20c. lb.  Urimm?s ALFAEFA, No. 1 ��������� *-" ��������� 75c. lb.  ������������������fa !���������  Medium fteci tLUYM, Pio. i ��������� ��������� -auo- &&���������  Dwarf Essex RAPE  ���������' ��������� ���������  -r- ��������� 20c. lb.  Giaat SUNFLOWER - ~ -...-: -/20c. IW  See our windows for otrier saeeos, ������ic.  -kemnd Deer from Staryati-bii  Ham   til*--  br4������Dj.ht  U>������  dMf  Im.  "\X7HEN winter comes and with it  ������m*c dccpc_il anoiVa ���������cS the ecu-  son the dwellers In the north country often havo opportunities to pert  form humanitarian acts towards the  animals that roan. th. woods* It la  only now and then that tho. winter  prove, too severe for the Carry 'oik.  Cold weather thev can pretty well  stand and when the snow 1������ heaviest there are always spot* In the  cu;p.i,lm of Hot* Z&i'&im ited tl *m lu^"*  too deep to mov������ and places where  an enorgotlc and re������ourcefu] deer  can dig down to the food that lies  underneath.  Bnt Bomctlmcs the deer are caupht  In the open by a heavy fall that  makes the folntf hard and ifi the  winter resort that Hoe  ambn^ the 1 <  Xiaurontlan  hill*  on  the  Canadian  Pacific ItaElway north of Montreal,  Dorlnir the stay of a party of vbl-  to-rs  there  for  the  winter  aporta,  word *araa 'twottght In by .������ ecnldo that  ���������,.-.-^>_     ��������� two deer w#r������ stranded few or stive  way to "ftifeTy'ifl long7"the "deer be^l miles away on the Bhore'ef Lake'  eottM exhausted and likely vl-*-linii Oulmet A reaeue party at once mas  Aff  ������i--i������-w������*cl-f*f iout with ttnow-ahoe** anu' 'tonofttfsana  That was the case when these and when they arrived on the scene (and they apparently Itndt their new  photof raivhs were taken near Bt. Jo-1 they found the deer too exhausted 1 honae has mans* adrbntatrea -trvek  T3toa a pl^ttflittttt tittle ffTf^igfy and. I i������ "wake any iBertons atteinpt to: ea-> j their older and ��������� tvil d*w utat-s.  cape, fjently, hut firmly their feet  were Ued with strips ox sacking to  retorit injury throu������-K ���������truf^Ilrir-  hoy Were-laid en the- iohoasfant- and  auled back- to the hotel wliera their  ntroduetfon tu s. hl|c 'hay stuck, a������^3  a ehccl to- sleep':In ctufiw reeondlc-d  them te their troohies.    In ah as-  tohlshinKbr short. time they baeama  used  to bclna with.' Jittwian  bnlnns^  mDHI  M  (^*-������:������feSMfe������4������U������*^^ ffffiBffSiptwjiiBBj  THE CRBS-IW. REVIEW  O.  TV_.WT        Bm^ *-������---Vrf s--.     -v^������  .  X -   *��������� *���������   -  4Sb   _n������ ������h������wA   __���������������������-������*���������������������������*���������������������������- __       ������~  Second Hand Store in  "eonmeaivon  s%: IJBtfcgb&8tS  Shoe akd Harness^Repairing  A Albert! Stewart Is busy with, the erection of a five-room bungalow on his  ths-se-^acra ranch propsytyJs-Tthe  _     _  1 tnwn  tenia estate- next  to - u. > j-earmonxn's. t *-~  and I  Fernie*s tax rate for 1624 is 49 mills,  of this will be for- school purposes.  ���������y*-r *"      t       ' -"���������  In addition t& a jam factory the  I i Grand Forks poukhobors are also  '���������_. j planning tq/put in a sawmill near that*  Bi-oek Fleetw'ootl-with a  ten sawed IS r-i**fes of  hours at Wardner on������ day  ;e!    At Armstrong the selling ag������*ncy is  -.-.A    I_   n������... I 4������-.an *in������ f hat <->���������������   ACBftBlftfaw*   ri"3a*OHir������>  last week. * era put up apples in two classes: -cook  ---After less-$tiab two years \xt business  the HasTam * drugstore at Cran brook  lias made an assignment and dosed its  doors* -  . --  and  m&QMzzzirouL������  meats  Joa. Stinsun  hoe" the  eentraet',  they expect to be moving sn������e it about-'  the middle of April. "   . -   - ,-  Mr. and Mrs. Jte-rt Hare .were-"w������ek-  Avast *tr������_aTfrjr-i_---a mS_r fttr     _f*l-������������-_wfcfci--������ff*n,lr      -nnomila.  returning on Monday in a Fpa-d-tour-  ihg car which he purchased inj-hedlv-  isional city. The -worst stretch of  scad.encountered -was between Yahk  and Kitchen*-?.  The iisnber-fer Indian ^Creek-'bstdfge  on Kootenay ^lats, arrived at the end  sf the week, and " the . worsnaen a**  now busy with the' addition and repairs. While construction is under  way traffic has to be diverbedto a teas  ���������. _.     ._-, -.     ar~     ��������� _ At the rate   apples    eating, and that the former  be shipped inTa cheaper package.  J&ev, Dr. Oalvert'df -Kasto is achiev*  ing fame, on his new hymn, "When  TUTmrn T U.w-1    & MJoa wmii-U^nig, ������      "IK osi  -li*-h J     4r-#-"** *-������   ^j__-x*w-m. w���������    -������-- <-     -������-    ������������������-M��������� ������������������     --- -  centlysungas a   solo   in   a  Spokane j l"-^^^ P������*Bgr*.ta QfiVyl-nn������  chur-eh. ��������� ���������-._-"���������"        '_ I ftjr  A: new rock es-iisher -has. just- been  I  SiUESjgSSS USSSSS-glS -d@S������S������d-53  added to- the provincial .road makCnar  a- bridge ls!ab  has  been  organized j machineryat Cranbrook. which has a  a-^ngsTtbe men   bridge  players at capacity of fifteenton of crushed rock 4-  every  Saturday-,  W"S ESS.  ._>���������������. ������������������ . ..V  nnKli-  V   Fernie,  night.  It wiirtake $27,250 to operate Grand  Forks aehoola this year.   $8610 of this,  is for the high   school   which   has 84  pupils.-,     ' T " _  Saslo is *to have an un til-noon else-'  trie light andl-power service every  Tuesday^anid, Friday for the next few  naonths. - r  "at  FOB THE  a a sa  f Rish iiinpirs  a-R    -  g.^."B'0    n at ���������    -""  txnmmon  and Ensure the   -^  Accommcdation You Wish.  Agents wilL gladly make Beserva-  tions,   arrange Passports and  '     "S-ive  fnll  ASK YOUB, AGENT TO-BAY  wur-s engineer, was here on an official  visit Monday and Tuesday. -Jftrods for  fcbe i92^pbulic .-s*orkawill not be available until about the. middle of April,  and he is expecting the year's. grant  for improvements will be at .east  equal to.1983.   ,       A.   _  Slieriff J. H. Doyle of Nelson wsb  8haki*-Tfl" hands-with a host of old-time  friends on Wednesday and Thursday.  Whilsthere.on an official visit.'The  local supply of Irish wit and humor.  was considerably added-to as a result  of the visit of this redoubtable Cap-.  ladlah-Jitbernian.       "    . ^  Har������ld !_!oyd's.-8Why "Worry*- drew  a capacity house at the Grand on Saturday night. - In addition to this well-  known comedian Manager I&odgc-rs  presented a unique rib' tickler in the  >*Sg������ook's Convention-** * making np a  night's entertainment that will, rank  with the best of. that.character since  the Grand opened.  The attendance at'Wednesday after  noon's united "service torwomea in the  ACiFSCl  -_f__r*-.ti  tat.  S������ S(7-.B      SAWH        ->������-  %-.������w  *-w-k^        frl������d  are   moving  present the Associafcea   firOweT-   wiii  have all the 1S23 crop sold  by the first  of April."      - _  I_ast year it coat less than S70G9 to  run the Fernie police department, and  theIrevenp���������*aco?lecLed by them was  -over$Hs0G0.   ;^ 1        .  yerhon" hospital has oyer 820,000  owing it by patients, most of whom  do not appear fe> be-in a position to  pay their debts. .��������� -  The- Women's Institute at Cranbrook 5"������ devot-fng some of ita. ^-ps-m**-  timejenergy to cleaning np the town  burying- ground.' - 'v  * The _������edge complains that the small  boys'at Greenwood are altogether too  careless playing with snafichea around  vacant buildings.  Kaslo_expeets the golf club will be  ii.' ������pef*tsioH!B -Kiihiu tbe nexS" few  week*-* The tnembe--ship is 815 to men  and $10 to ladies.  . Pentieton is (--nunting nn ^^90 as its  1924 proportinu-of the provincial liquor  mr^r profits,   motor I licenses   and  betting  per hour.  ^Cranbrook G.W.V.A.   will have a  24th of  May   celebration   this' year,  The Vets, and ^ie fall fair-people havel*  Jttst purchased the old fall fair groimets]  fn fchat city.   "\      -  :. Grand Forks publfc bodies are all  protesting-to Gttawa against the proposal to transfer the" B.C. interior sub-  central of the   Mounted* Police  from  Cranbrook hear-- that the Tiaiua of  ex-conductoi-: Joe. Jackson i������ receluing  serious consideration in * connection  with-the" filling of* a" vacancy' on the  Dominion Railway-Commission.   "-  SUNOAY. WSARCH SO  C3S5*rrOK  11.00 a������m.  Pianoforte, Orgats and  Crests*  V  AR7BVR COLUS,  *      *        ^r.O.S*KJm  Meets THIRD THURSDAY of  each   month   at   Mercantile -  HaU.   Visiting bretlu-e-n cordi-  aUy invited.^  BBSC OI_BON ���������W.M.  Busman  MEAT MERCHANTS  ������-}5v**i -rkM-r  mMrm ur  L  ���������HP^a-si  ^RE--EMPTIOf.53.  Vacant, ^unreserved,.  The tg _.   erwas Eev. H. Varley-r whose topic  was, ������������������Sorrow Turned to Joy?v' with  f&r&l I_ewis presiding at the piano for  for the hymns, and Bev. J. A. James  *H_j.^~ef-.*i5-*"-S   qx     ths     fe���������?25?OW,^     *  l*Ie?st  Wednesday's speaker Wsill be Kev- G.  E_noz.       "   '-  Sfcandfat-t   ESoys*  Club  of  the  The  | machine revenues. -  -" Cranbrook addercaen are taking their  work seriously so far this year. I*ast  week's council^meetSBg lasted from 8  P_,   ___*ai. ��������������� ������wv _ _  .533. Shiut a.kw a.iai. i  -.. -   .  i  s. arive will he launched next month |  in the Vernon district to secure $15,000 j  to help the Vernon hospital out of its  financial diS-culLies.  "- ���������   ^ TRY OUR  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  .-<*;"_ .  a.n econonu seal 4Xisn. easy io -serve.  Shamrock Brand HAM, BACON and LARD  GLENDALE fREAMERY BUTTER  Government graded, highest quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  ' -      . all, varieties.       \  K^RM^MUTTON^ VEAL-  _f-������t"���������jJ!J-._A  ������-P"-*E-;I"������.  __5-t/������/������^>" IMSEiJUL.  ������~%JUl~������������'lZ   ������*%*%***  increase egg production and produces better poultry. , Buy the best.  --*\ ---  surveyed  Crown: lan-Se^-nayoe pre-empted by  BrftJah subjects over-.18' yeara oC affe*  ana by aJlena on declartnis Intention  to become British, subjects* conditional ujwra,. residence, occupation.  h.r*_^. ln_prc|v*e-aent for a*_r1cultural  purposes. '..-,_:  -Poll Information concemlne regu-  attons' regardln-r pre-emptlono ' ia  Klven In Bulletin No. 1, Land Series.  ������������������How,to ,Pr*>Hampt:I*and/* copies of  which can be obtained .tree ot chars*  by addressing tho Dapartment of  Minds. Victoria, B.C, or to any Oov-i  eminent Atrent.   -" .'-* "   .--  .Retorda will he granted coverina  only land suitable for aBrlcultural  purposes, and whlob. Is. not timber- .  land, l.e.," carrylnif "over 6.000 boav4 -  feet per acre wast o������tli������C-M-~������l Range  and 8,000 '������et per acre east of that  Range. ���������- _ ~j"  Applications tor "pre-emptions are".  io tw������ od<lr������O0cd to tbe X&nd Cora-  tnlssloner of the "Land Meoordin-c Blr  v-mott, in which the land applied-for-  - la altuated,rsnd ar* made on printed.  forms, copies ot which can be ob- '  tained twin theljand Commlsaloner^"  Pre-emptaona must.b* -*jocu_ilets fioi  five years- and tmprovemanta mad*  to vsJue of |10 per acre,  moiudtnec  clearing-, arid eultlvatlntf at least Ave  acres, before a Crown Grant can be  racer-red."-.       '���������. -..'", '  IToir more *aetajlad Information sea  the JSullettn - "How- to "Pre-emP*  Land."  PURCHASE  AnplJcatlous are receivod. for pur  chase of vacant, and. nnrenerved  Crown lands, not being llmberland,  for agrloultural purppsas; minimum  pries of flrst-olaBa (arable) land la "KB  per acre, and second-class {grai-tng)  lanfl. W.W par acre, p-ttrthor informationrefcarding purchase or lease  of C3rewn lands la given In Bulletin  No. 10, "band ISeries, "Purchase and  Lease Of Crown Lands." ;  MHlif factory, or Industrial altes on  tlmher land, not eoceeedlna" 44 acres;  may be purchased or leased, the conditions       Including      payment       el:  ������������������   stumpaarB.':.*'77\7"'- . -   '.;'  :..'";: HOMESITE LEA6i_������  A "C^inurveyod areas, not exooedl-ng 40  acres, may be leased as homo������*U������B,  Scondltional upon a dwelling helnei  .erected In the nrat year, title being  ebtoimcuble "after reisldcnc'e; andS'tm-"  provement oondltlons sure: tulftlletf  and: land lies been ������urv-*y������d^     ' ,  v   '' 'i'.:' -7^L_t<a������ea '';/'."'.''   .:���������'  W-or   RT-������-iiln-������r ��������� and - Industrial ; ��������� "C-ur-'  poses area* not eicoeedliag ,"*������d .��������� a-cr-*-  may ho .leased, by one "person or ������  company,.;  .,,,. ���������.;':-..:. ������������������,���������,,  , :WRAZlNOi>;' .'';.���������.;., ''--'7'.  Under'' the" <3 malng Act: the ' Province Ie divided into graaing dl������triet.  and tho rango admtnlatbrcd under *i  Onudng. .   ' Commlsaloner.'   ' Annual  iKreut-tng j-itirmSttxi atro taani'Od 'based on  numbers ranged, priority being gttveti  la 6aialb.HB.haa nwners. Stock- owner*  may rornn assaelattons. tor rangx  rt-"tr-age meat. ��������� ITree, or partlaliy free.  i.<������r.iS'U a-r-a avaliabli" for s4stc:<&ra,  euiMWp^rn. and travailmiris, up ta im*  nesid.    - -    ...  Fgg^ytiigYan" ���������C'nn'rea -aaa- only-a-catr-  turnout at their entertainment in the.  Parish flair on Saturday afternoon^  ^m 2.30 to "fu0O the/boys had things  3-l?to themselves with games of various'sorts; hut a -8.30 a musical and  lfeterary programme was presented,  with Arthur Coulingpresiding* audita  which most all the club members took  part. At the close* the boys also  served the refreshments.  NEWS OF RQQTENftYS  ���������mA*-i*-*--���������r  CTfanbrodfc Msithodiet ladies made"  $������J at their St., Fatrick> tea and pantry sale, and v^ti������' use tbe money to  kalsomizte the-e)hu3-ch.        --Z.,    ~.  , **-      *-t "   ������������������ ^*     ��������� "--  c _, J" rw. _   ������������������  Due to ranches changing "hands at  Kelowna alone^ the Associated Growers will have 400 ears less of fruit from  that district this year..  The Courier has it on ~ the very best  of authority that not only buttercups  but also purple anemones are in bloom  in the Cranbrook section.  The Church of England Chinese at  Vernon are bnijding* a. house of worship of theEr. own..  It will be 20 x 40  /���������  "Your Banking -Meeds  Whatever yaxss - banltin j|  this Ban_k .cast iisatiefactorlfy fill iSaem* -  Every cwstoKter oi this Baxikj. whether  ������lieir accoti-_t6 be large or amali, -feedbTen  "She same covurt-sous and adequate service, ������  IMPERIAL   BAJMK  . v,.;-:  Cc W. A7_.LAN,  CRESTON BRANCH,  After being closed three weeks on Ifeet, and two stories high.  account of a   measles  epidemic Trail  schools .opened hgajn last week..'   -  .  Tat Cranbrook so^ far this season the  deniandhas been mostly for |owei*������  priced autbsii such as Fords and Stars.  12S Kaslo young people were entertained at "a ^community get-td-gether  at the Jfleeper home one night-last  week- .  Vwlim ie ' *_",1!!1p!!*^-.  Grand Fork*.- Doukhobors have  offered the town, council 950 an acre  fo? some 200 acres embraced in the  Columbia Flats at that pointT  :', Pentieton bo^i^ of "trade .raised 84(ft)i  by voluntary subscription. to send a  delegate to .Ottawa to demand the erection of** uew.jpostoCaice building this  year..       ,      .'"/ -  Creston Bakery  BSoir and RelEson C&Qcalates  AT THE MILL.  ���������   nnmnsniu  I til  i_SEj������BiBp���������BBjj   BwllfiB  Every Frifiay fchi^ougHoiit  ":-'':" .':!:'>I_������nt.:!v.'-.':::;.''."."  Do Not Lose Interest  -by  delaying  savings.  Creitoin Hrandb  yeui cannot  sendycur deposits by _-n_til.   Have  the tmiiBGuctky^  tnotvey. is   safety   protected   and   i*  eiirnins interest resjulaxly.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  ^ '���������' .. ���������:��������� . '���������"���������...  .        ResieVve ]Faiid $-t0v0OOj0OO  CLO.Bctm������-tt^Ms_iage-r  .-*���������������������������'. r  _i_3'  . Bntt  nH^H ^^R   ___|  -_Ha^_H   HHHk. fH__H_____f   |  MllflfllC1'  I*JSB| Bj fl ffM sns EM 7*S1L  Steam  .  and  II     ,   'ME'l'    a.-  L  Shoefc Metal Work.    A good atock of Pipe  and Pipe Fiifcing-i ok* Smiid.  ��������� i  ....���������������������������������  .W.-RYCKMAfN-���������Preston  riiiiiM'l^iliTiiliiririiiiiiiliiiiiliiiiiM THE    REVIEW,    CBESTON,   B.    C.  -������*- ^s*T ���������*������������������> "���������--- "���������"a-*        "-Eat**-*-*      -ea-,'--a *��������������� -a-"���������������*w       *mm ~m^        ^^-^m*>w ^.^ Y a  [_u_ufactu?e<8 By Imperial Tobacco Company oi Canada limited |  O*  *U=riUS, .Xi._-.__. XI V^_������>  T  _ BY ���������  ELINOR MARSDEN ELIOT  Author of "My Canada," and Other  Stories    -  V  Published Tby Special Arrangrement  -with the Author  (Continued)  "He is not my Jim Cfameron," she  -���������sid calsrily. "Aad I -wouldn't say  that he is just a hick, either. Of  course he haa to work hard, and he  hasn^t the sort of" clothes your city  friends wear, but perhaps he'd be able  to afford good clothes and more good  times i������ he had" not 'wasted' five years  overseas."  "I believe I'll take him on,, anyway,"  Lilah replied provokingly, "since  you've made it plain that you do not  care. If I am going to^put ia tw'b  months here I've^ot to find some, way,  to, amtise: iayself: 'flit's eitherZ3im or^  Mr. Macleod, and I have a tiuncli that  Jim would-be the most exciting."  This conversation, took place the  week before Teddy came but the situation developed quickly. "Lilah is a  horn trouble-maker, Jean as proud as:  she is direct and honest, and poor Jim,  Jealous and suspicious, was wax in. the  hands of a, clever schemer.; It was  easy for Lilah to make him believe  that Jean preferred Mr. Macleod, and  that the spontaneous friendship that  had sprung up between her and Teddy  was calculated to pique the older  man's interest. Jim should not have  believed such, things, of course, but  he did not know the otlier side of the  story���������that Lilah twisted everything  he said and made It appear to Jean  that he had quite succumbed to her  superior charms.  More than anything else that "Eilah  did I detested the subtle way she had  of belittling Jean, of making her appear old-fashioned and foolishly unsophisticated.  "Jean has such lovely hair," she  would "say, "it is too bad that she  wears it in "that out-of-date style that  makes her look like her own grandmother. That is the worst o������ being  so tall." And again, "When you come  to visit me, Jean, Mamma and I will  take you the rounds o������ the stores and  show you what you should wear*." -  Such cousinly interest Jean took  like the lady she is, but I could see  that it hurt her, as it would have hurt  any sensitive girl. My heart ached  for her, and I could have cheerfully  have deported Lilah and given Jim a  large and brutally frank* piece of my  mind. But what could an outsider  do?     "  one thing that pleased me was that  Jean and Teddy took to each other like  friendly children. It was "Jean" and  "Teddy" by- the end of- the first week,  and if Jim, in* his hot-headed resentment, had gone over to the enemy  Jean never lacked attention, Teddy's  sudden devotion affording amusement  for all of us who were lookers-on.  Lilah did her best to annex Teddy too,  but without success. He, being  heart-whole, was : not so easily/work-  j Saturday morning with the sun shining and the birds singing-. it was, to  be sure; very hot, and as the day wore  on the atmosphere reminded me of the  never-to-be-forgotten Turkish bath I  had once indulged in. The land almost steamed and there was no comfort to be had.,*- But I did not dare to  grumble, sunshine, I knew, > was what  we needed���������I was not wise enough to  know that steam- heat is 'not best for  a ripening crop.-   ,  Sunday was hotter than Saturday,  and even more sultry. During the afternoon'I put-on,my heavy boots and  went with Murray and the children to  look at the. nearest field. The grain  was ripe for cuting but badly bekten  down by the rainr and Murray estimated that it Would be several days  before it would be dry enough to cut.  When-we' got back to the house Jim  Cameron met us at the door with the  information that his standing crop  was in the same condition as ours and  that he greatly feared the wheat that  had "been cut --was growing in the  stooks.      There was, he thought,  lit-  *_-'*"*-      -*3 *** f. rvgivm      *-*P      v->it������4-        "*-.-_      bn^l      ln<a.<a^t^       ���������������_._?  none In the district, and as the "weather had cleared without frost that dan-  -o"-������-.-"������      +_-���������."-<-      ������������--���������-_--.      w-.������-4.     ~-*Vv-������     -MU^      ���������_-*������*-.������_.      UAtwni  ������3-ca      tuv/     vt CfcO    tJ>ct>������*> L.    j.t_r j.     4.*a<0     fe-.uuLC-     Ktn^xLi^*  Our wheat would probably drop a  grade or two, he said in answer to my  question, "It is lucky we allhave such  heavy crops/' he added optimistically.  . Jim stayed witluus for tea and soon  after he had gone a cool wind sprang  up from���������nowhere.- More hopeful  than we had been for a week, we went  **-.l Vt^^^l     ������t5#Ti     +T������������k *���������i,-wr.o-rfc,cs.-f    .-.-F    o     crrkrtrl  night's rest. I had left all the windows and- the doors open and the cool  breeze drifted" through the house,  carrying with it the wholesome odor  of the wet spruce trees.      . '  - I was asleep almost as soon as my  head touched the pillow, and while it  was really several hours it seemed  only five minutes later that I was  awakened by a crash of thunder that  shook our_little house by its roots. In  the silence that followed I heard  Nicolas call me, and going into her  room I found, her sitting up in bed,  rather frightened, but determined to  be brave. The * second crash woke  Murray and" Rupert and then for ten  minutes we all" sat in silence as the  storm raged,, thunder following lightning with scarcely an interval,' and  the wind whipping great trees until  their tops almost touch the ground. I  heaved a sigh of relief when the rain  began, for ever since Murray went  away I have dreaded storms, though I  used rather to enjoy them before.   But  particular people*  Pure!   ;No  chicory  or   ������Sky adwlieraraft Ira  ���������   this choice coffee  C-2  a:  my relief was short lived. f The rain  lasted but a minute and then, to our  dismay we heard the /unmistakable  rattle of hail, great icy balls that fell,  so it seemed, as thickly as snow, and  with. such force that the windows on  the north side of the house were broken, v.  . Morning showed us the full-extent  of the damage that had been done audit took all the courage that I: possessed to keep me outwardly" cheerful  through that long day. For the first  time in. months Murray was really depressed, and there was nothing for me.  to   do   but   "lie   like   a   gentleman1  oats.. Passing on to the Cameron  f"arm the storm did less damage and  by the time it reached the Mowbrays  its fury was so spent thatjt did practically no harm. .And, with the, exception ^ of" the "Gagnons no't one "carried  hail insurance. ���������' - . -' ������������������ .  .   '"(To be continued  ._              _  "Pape's Diapepsin" !s the quickest,  though my heart, too, was very heavy. J surest relief for  ' indigestion,    gases,  End Stomach Trouble.  Gas Or Indigestion  Our beautiful field of wheat was cut  from corner to corner as cleanly as if  with a binder, and the grain threshed  out of the' heavy heads. _The oats  had not fared quite so badly, only half  the field having been damaged. It  had been one of the freakish storms  of'which-I had often heard, the hail  having fallen In 'a strip that twisted  and turned.like the trail of some fabulous -monster. *  We. were not alone in our misfortune. The hail had missed the Fen-  wicks, but the Severns lost all their  Wheat and the Gagnons most of their  flatulence, heartburn, sourness, fermentation or stomach distress: caused  by acidity. A few tablets - give almost immediate stomach relief.  Correct your stomach and digestion  now for a few cents. Druggists sell  millions of packages of Pape's Diapepsin. "      m m  A census of the motor cars in Swit  J zerland shows an* increase of over four  I' thousand since last year. * The High  Alps, however,, dre still comparatively  safe for pedestrians.      '*  edjupoh'as Jim, ahd 5-&e7small-iboy in  'difference tfeat-^"feted!all:her efforts  must have been maddening to her.  And I have no doubt that it was balm  to Jean's wounded pride. A  BACK ACHED  TERRIBLY  Mrs. McMahon   Tells   How Jhe  Found Relief by Taking Lydia E.  Pinkfaam's Vegetable Compound  Chatham, Ont.���������"I took Lydia1 E.  Pinkham"-* Vep-r-tnble Compound for a  run-down condition after the birth of  my baby boy. I had terrible pains and  "backache, and was tired and weak, not  fit to do my work and care for my three  little children. One day I received your'  little book and read it, and gave up taking the medicine I had and began takino*  thc Vegetable Compound. I feel much  better now and am not ashamed to tell  what it has done for me. I recommend  it to any woman I think feeb na I do."  -���������Mrs. J. JL McMahon-, 153 Harvey  St., Chatham, Ont.  Lydia E. Pinkliam'a Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, haa  forncarlyflftyycarsbccnrcstoring-iick,  nilinj*- women to health and strength. It  relieves the trouble** which cause such  BymptomH aa backache, painful purioda,  irregulari ties, tired, worn-out feel in ga i drag**''  aiw] nor vu.uxnt;iui. TLj.-j iu ahuw*:- afc-ain _uj.il ,(["���������**" ;!''' i  fi-yarn by -men-letter*" na Sirs. McMahon  writes*, aa well as by one woman* tellinj-f  another. Theae women know, and are  willing to tall others, what it did for  them; therefore, it ia surely worth  your trial.,  Women who suffer should write to the  Lydia E-Pinkhnm Merirdn-������Oo.,CV������honrj-ft  Ontario, for a free copy of. Lydia E.  Pinkham"b Private Text-Book upon  ������������������ Ailments Peculiar to Women. "J      o  w.  N.     IJ.     1510  CHAPTER TWENTY-TWO  I was glad to-have'had that happy  summer to/look'back upon, for it was  not long until" Worries came upon us  thick and fast. - Fropi all over the  province, and from farther west, we  heard disquieting- rumors of poor  crops,, low prices, unemployment and  stationary freight rates; ; The season  that had begun so '"promisingly had  been a disappointing one, too much  rain in some places and too little in  others had -affected'' both7 yield and  grade and, to anticipate somewhat, by  the time the grain was ready for the  market prices had dropped to so low  a point that even those farmer^ who  had a fair crop considered themselves  fortunate if they were able to make  expenses.  To me at that time the crop reports  in the "Free Press" took on a new  meaning. Always before I had read  them with little or no knowledge o������  what they meant to people whose  daily bread, literally and figuratively,  depended on the success of the harvest. But now it was different, I  knew exactly what, each acre had cost  up, and what we needed to meet our  liabilities. I did not say to myself,  "Collections will be good in the Re-  gina district this year," but rather,  "Will we be able to meet our ;payments and still have enough left to see  us through the winter?" ';.'  Our own crop was most promising,  as were all the crops ln the district.  In so heavlly-wondprl a country we had  not suffered from lack of moisture,  and the wheat and oats grew- strong  and full in the new and woedless soil.  But I could not but feel the helplessness that must touch everyone who is'  dependent on Nature���������Nature who is,  It seema to me, as often the cruel stepmother as the --onerous mother;  Murray and th Camerons had arranged to help each other with the  liarvr>Hl find a Rood part, of the Cameron's Kruln had been cut when the  weather broke. For a whole week it  rained, a Hteady downpour that turned the door-yard Into a bOK and swelled our Hi.tle erer>k almost to the  height, if. had readied In tho Hprin*;.  There waa nothing for us to do but  ���������wait for clear weather, and tho duyn  dragged   endlej-nly,      A trip    to '  the  the iK-n-li-^UHf' vrnn nl! thnt  I'broke the monotony, nnd those expert 1-  | lions were mcancely profitable, for one  Hank ankle-deep In the mud witli each  j Htej^  and   the  -lrsiK'-led  and dlHConno-  i late liens were a Hlftht to dlnlicarlon  the m*>Ht. cheerful of women.     Bo na a  nil-* I Hinyr-d In riiM lw--m<- nnd H---.VH-I,  or read or pluyed the piano or talked  t,o Murray or Irled to a mutt o tho children���������-any thin/; to wirtke uh tornot the  wn-ariHonii!    clt urnu*-ii/l<.'    wi'    ih������������    utiiti  d'-filiiMt roof ujriil wlndoWM,  yHfi"i- -a  wet-k of iliU we  woke one  Mother's Advice  N  ���������O mother ever taught her children a  more valuable lesson than the necessity, of keeping the bowels regular-  Health, happiness and success are more  dependent,on this simple rule than most  y of us everxealize. v  This  mother;; advises the  use  of  Dr.  Chase's  Kidney-Liver  Pills  because  she  has found this medicine to be absolutely  dependable as a regulator of the  kidneys and bowels.  Physicians have estimated that nine-  tenths of all human ills have their beginnings in the siugg'sh action "of these  eliminating organs and the consequent  poisoning of the system.  Not only such ills as indigestion, con-  . sti nation and biliousness but also appendicitis, Bright's disease, diabetes and fyigh  blood pressure arise from this cause.  JPreventibn is so much easier than relief  after the disease has become settled that the  value of mother's lesson is at once apparent.  In many homes the rule is one pill at  the week-end as a regulator and preventative   and   more   frequent  doses   when  required.   ' ....;.;���������" ;- '.-> ..<.  The   strong   points   for   Dr.   Chase's  Kidney-Liver Pills are their dependability  to produce the desired results and their  direct   and   combined   action   on   liver-  liver,    kidneys and |bowels.  It is worth remembering that colds and  other * contagious   diseases   &re   duickly  checked by the use of Dr- Chase's Kidney-  Liver  Pills  to  rid   the   system  of  the  accumulating poisons. .       /(  ������������������ You will notice that while the price ol  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills has been  increased to 85 cents, the box now contains  36 jaills instead of 25 as formerly.  Likewise Br. Chase's Nerve Pood is 60 centa u box  of GO pills, instead of 60 cents a box for 50 pilla.  Edmanson Bates & Co., Ltd., Toronto.  I  L  DfCHAS  PTIT Q  J_S|U������BniMII"|| ������������������*"! miUmmW  IJiliK   &*ilLBL /% OilSat  ^__M__l. __k   m% ������____h __^^   ^^^ ^.   Mr M^_Mtf Lm Mftaa.  _MMM_. ___Ma H_MI  ffw___u ita     __i    mwr gkS"y    Jtik     g|jgl|^K  UT* '-*     THE    REVIEW,    CBESTON-    B.    C  w. im -"���������__������__.'-*.- J8k  -������-_������i-^*_-*������������������*���������������-  j-ies  the world; witlimit; havli&g - to  drink poor^tea���������may as.well  - thev best*  Try;gfcUE RIBBON   Y*V  I  StEWS*   7  avfesv savoury dishes, ^and in  lundreds of .different ways Oxo  beef cubes will make foocTmore  tasty and nutritious" ���������"  rlgnt  Agon-si  v-uiuui*  !=_  rfeifss*-* 4; *n= so ������u������a xooL *���������:  . "^_-      -Earnings Show Increase  . ;  The gross earnings of "the-Cj&sadian  National Railways for the week: ending;/January 21 was $4,344,425, an" increase, of 1337,989, oi* eight per cent.  over the same week of last year, The  gross earnings for the first,' three  weeks of the present year^were $12,-  532,616. J "-'    "  World War on .Drug Evil to be Launch-  * _ ed by "League of-Nations  A world fight against opium-and the  narcotic drug evil took definite form  when the "League of Nations issued invitations to the first international  opium conference to be held at ^Geneva the first Monday In November, and  a second conference on the third Monday of the same month.  .-' The. .first conference will include  delegates", from countries, having- Par  Eastern ! possessions where opium  smoking exists. The second conference, -which will include representatives of practically all countries of the  wjorld,- -will push The- Hague convention decisions to secure a broad agreement concerning opium_and its derivatives and definitely limit "the"production of opium. ,    -        ! ~  -  j     The American Government has announced resumption of diplomatic relations with Greece.  George J. Seale,, commissioner of  the Manitoba fbranch, Canadian Bed  Cross Society, died suddenly at his  home in Winnipeg. _ -*���������  Twenty head of buffalo from the  Dominion Government's herd at Wain-  w.right, Alta., will be.shipped into the  Yukon territory for the establishment  of a buffalo" park at White Horse.  A Banting' Research Foundation has  been established In connection with  Toronto University to provide financial support._ for,, workers who have  proposed definite problems of zucdicai  research.  -,-The "Federal Government, it is un-  derstopd,;iSrturniag^down flat the proposal of the Government of Manitoba  to. hand over to it the administration  of the school lands funds. The fund  Is now held in trust, and the interest  is passed to, the western provinces.  William Hohenzollern, ono time  German emperor; was feted in mon-  arcbial splendor by/his sons o,n the  occasion of/their father's. 65th Birthday. Princes." Eitel, i"*riedericky August, "Wilhelxb ��������� and Oscar and:/Field  Marshal Hindenburg were resplendent  in gay military uniforms, while tho  crown prince "contented, himself "with^  **.. civilian suit.       *. "-   ,    .  i"l 11 !H  The Tobacco of Quality  HEART WAS SO BAD  HAD TO SIT, UP .  IN BED  Women I  Dye Faded  .  \m Things New  Again  Mrs. O. E./Fitzgerald, 106 Ross St.,  St., Thomas ,* Out., writes:���������"In the  Fa*!! of 1921 I was taken ill with mv  heart, but S 'did not pay much attention to it. -I kept on with -my* household duties, but , seemed to become  worse and worse, and finally had to  call in a doctor. He said I was all  run-down and -was a nervous wreck. I  ������������������***gh*BL-jJU33u&v.& rnaiTt in., my -cheat' which  would move over to my -heart and I  became so bad I could not lie down,  as/when I did I had such a smothering  feeling I would have to- sit up in- bed  till It passe*"ts*iway. 7 ".  I tried.several-remedies; but with  no'tgobd results. < Finally, -1" was -induced to try , Milburn's Heart and  Nerve Pills./"* rtook . 7 boxes, and  -I am now as: well as~I was 30 years,  a������io, and I am now" 65 years old.'/  Milburn's Heart and Nerve -Pills are  50c a box at all druggists or dealers,  or' mailed direct on receipt of price  by/ The T. Milburn Co., Limited.  Toronto, Ont. '  Ship  Via Panama  Route  Alberta     Butter     Shipments   ��������� Reach  United     Kingdom     in     Good  ' Condition "~  Shipping of Western Canada butter  via the Panama Canal to the United  Kingdom has been satisfactory, according to Harrison "Watson, Canadian  trade commissioner in -London. *  Four thousand boxes of Alberta butter _were forwarded by .this route,  during the fall, with success, the consignees stating that, there was a sav-  compared With the eastern route. ,   .  1    - -v  ^   ~* '    " ,-^m " "    ������������������_���������       - -*���������--  I ttifaich keeps th& tobacco    \\  V      in its ari&ina! cQndii'i&n J  a  In  *    WW  w e a ���������  i"ii^<e.  Air Defense Of London  !  Dye    -or   -Tin":; any   Worn, - Shabby  ~   Garment or Drapery  uiciiihjk iu UV63  Bach 15-ceht package of --Diamond  Dyes" contains directions so- simple  that any woman can dye or tint a.ny  old.- worn, faded thing new, even i-  she has never dyed before. Choose  any color at drug store.  In winter the fur of the deer is especially adapted for swimming. The  hairs are composed of air cells, and  when the coat is about ah inch long it  will suffice to-float'him. Most o^ the  bucks shed  their antlers in January.  MRS. GERTRUDE  WHITE  '< t It Testifies for itself.���������Dr. Thonms"  Eclectric Oil needs no" testimonial of  its -powers other than itself. Whoever tries it for coughs or colds, for  cuts or contusions, for sprains- or  burns, for pains in the limbs or body,  well know that the medicine proves itself and needs n������ guarantee. This  shows why this Oil is In general vise.  - ,���������*NT0b*Kfy Escapes "  Directly or "indirectly every person  who earns or- spends money helps  share the general jta-c vburden: N That  burden is reflected,,to the cost of living. In wages, in employment. Nobody escape it. It is a first lien on  every man's property, whether that  property be a home,"a piece of land, a  shop, a business, or simply a daily  wage.���������Kansas City Times.  British,Air Ministry Is Nov/ Perfecting  Safety Plans-  , The British air ministry- is perfecting the air defense of London. Special.  machines are being rapidly built, and  a call has been issued for 400" more  men to man them, 50 of whom will be  placed on home defense.  ".Under the ministry short service  scheme, candidates will be commissioned immediately tHhs bringing the  total of short service, officers engaged  in flying duty to 1,400. "These short  service commissions are granted for  J five, years* service on the active list, j  1 followed by a period of four years'*  service on~the reserve;- * *       - - --  -7 Leads In Sunshine  .Calgary claims that it is Canada's  leading sunshine city. The record for  sunshine'for the fall was/as follows:  September, 195 hours, or-an average  of 6$_? hours daily; October, 228 hours,  or 7 -1-3 hours daily average; November, 156 hours, or 5 1-5 hours daily.  -rntf K?  WiisiI^omai!!_^Re!isshlni  IF YOU ARE NOT WEtrL,  HERE IS YOUR KEY  TO HEALTH1  HaUonford, Alta.���������-'"Botng run-down  aft-*r 1,1*1*1 'flu* I WHfir hi a wnnkenwIV-'m-'  dlt/.-ui, hud dizzy apolla and --hortm't"'"  pt" broath, follovrod by falntuosi". The  nvlcldlo sure period made things t-cdiii as  tliounh Ird never foci well u-taln. but I  Iran at-tormljied not to rIvo up. HnnrinK  of' Dr. Pierce's famo'u* Golden Modlcnl  Discovery I aolit for a-bott'lo. followed '  tho directions, and soon f������lt load tired  and faint, and tlimlly I got back to my  normal Abate* I havo thanked God  many tlnno* for the, restoration of my  Xio&ItU, no 1 cuuld.'-rciuulti . with my,  family, and I tcladly recommend thl.-<  "Olsoovftry of Dr. lMfrce's. for it ia so  pyre, and worth a trial to any ono who  la run-down."----Mm.- Gertrude Whltd,  Crystal S--rln--a Farm.      7  Golden Medical Discovery is put up In  nn Plorce'i- Labor a Cory In lUrldaoburf,  Ont., and sold by all dnifi-cBts In both  tablets and llqukl. Send Dr. Pierce 10c  tor trial paa'cua*- of tablets.  T,^rl,ttt 9T; EK^- ?****��������� Invall-ta Hotel,  Tasty Tested Recipes  Gridle Cakes'  1 cupful Borden's St. Charles Milk.  _1 cupful water. .  /2 tables poonfnls melted    butter   or  butter substitute. ,  l-,egg. well beaten.  3 cupfuls* white flour.  1 teasp'oonful salt. - "���������  - 4 teaspoonfuls baking powder.  2 ta-blespoonfuls sugar..  Combine the "milk and water, add  the ��������� shortening, sugar and the egg,  and beat in the dry Ingredients which  have been sifted together. Beat thqr-  oughly and fry aa usual on a: sliglitly  oiled gridle, or oh an vunbiled  aluminum or soapstone gridle. W  very thin- calces are desired, add two  more tableapoonfuls of ^evaporated  milfc''and.:.wat6r, ..'-' \y-A''': Ar'/y '������������������-���������A'. '���������'���������'���������-���������'":-;  .,/- Halibut Baked In Milk ���������  Order two pounds of balibut steak  cut half-inch thick. Lay it in a "dripping pan, or large shallow baking  dish. Dust it lightly with a little  flour, salt and Uepper and a sprinkling  of minced parsley and barely cover It  with one part of. Borden's ' St. Charles  Milk diluted with ono , and one-half  parts of boiling- water.        '���������.-;  Bake in a moderate oven until the  fish is.tender���������about 25 minutes. It  should be somewhat browned oh top  and the liquid will be thickened by  the flour and not as a delicious sauce.  ;"���������.//,/. ; ���������   ������������������ ;,;,", ,,;.:f.',.''.:/.'   ..;w  Mimard'a Liniment for Dandruff  r  Help for Asthma. Neglect gives  asthma a -great advantage., The  trouble, once it has secured a foothold,  fastens its grip on-the bronchial passages tenaciously. Dr. X D. Keilpgg's  Asthma Remedy is daily benefiting  cases of* asthma of long standing.  Years of suffering, however, might  have been prevented had the remedy  been used when the trouble was in* its  first stages. Do not neglect asthma,  but use this preparation at once.  KEEP LITTLE ONES  WELL IN WINTER  Winter is a dangerous season for tho  little ones.' The days are-changeable  ���������one^ bright, the next one cold and  stormy, that the mother is afraid to  take the children out for the freshair  and exercise they need so much. * * In  consequence they are often cooped up  in overheated, badly ventilated rooms,  and are soon seized with colds or  grippe. What is needed to keep the  little ones well is Baby's "Own Tablets.  They will regulate* the/strima^h and  bowels and drive "out colds, and by  their use the baby will bo able to get  over the winter season in perfect  safety. The new sales -tax "will not  increase the price of Hfiby'sb:Own Tablets, as the cpmpany pays the tax.  You Can still obtain '7 the Tablets  through^ any medicine dealer at 25  cents a box, or by mail>! post; paid, from  The Dr. 'Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockville; Ont,    ���������������������������U;-^'',,-/;^";  .'../���������,���������"' 'Miich"Neare'r the Truth  ,Tlie statement th&t oiie person out  of every twelve is wd'rlcinB for tlio  government, should read "Ono person out of every twelve is paid, by  the government?���������-Milwaukee Journal.  Indian Fanners  Increase your, profits hy handling our agency^for men's hand-,  tailored "JBetter Bic_t/*"..clothes.  Best quality.   Moderate prices.  No investment.  Write at once.  < - ^ -  I Makers oV'JBeiter Bml?' Clothes  Produced  History  Greatest   Crop   in  During Last Year  The   Indians    of   the^, three prairie"  provinces In 1923    season   harvested  the greatest crop in their history, ac  cording to' the .annual report of the  superintendent of Indian affairs. ^ In  the three provinces the Indians harvested 638,561 bushels of wheat, 574,-  282 bushels of oats and 62,304 bushels  of barley. The report shows they  raised 5S/264 bushels/of potatoes and  10,000 bushels of other vegetables.  They suinmerfallowed 20,000 acres of  land; broke 6,808 acres - put n_> 57,-  000 tons of hay and. : 9,516 of green  feed, ������������������.';���������:, '/���������-���������'. '.;'��������� '���������,���������,���������;/ :.;    /:/���������        ��������� /,.',/'',77  QOOOOWK>0(XKHK>0000000<K>9  | The Cause of      |  Heart Trouble  Faulty digestion causes the  generation of gaaea in the  stomach which inflate and press  'on the heart and interfere  with its regular action, causing  faintness and pain*    15 to 30  drops of Mother StigcT*- Curative  $  Syrup alter meals sets digestion, ������  right, which allows the heart to   o  heat full And regular. 9  A t druggists. 9   S  hOOOOOOO<KK><M>{M>OOOOOOOed  MONEY ORDERS  ,_M  Reoowlr For Vancouver  On January 23 the Vancouver Harbor Board elevator made a new re cord  for handling wheat. The elevator ro-  celvod 181 cara of grain, tho dally  average being 172, and a/total of 'i81  cars in 24 hows was never reached  before. In addition to this the elevator loaded outward, on board ships,  404.880 buflliolBj another record.  Taking the flxst atop wllh tlio good  thought, tho second ntep -with the  good word, ami the third step with the  good deed, I entered Paradiso.-r-Per-  |H||k Mg ^ ^fW __HNU_|___i       'fl_K "*  or Blotchy Skin  Want  b ���������l*Rf. healthy' e&mplextofi,  regular bowels, and ���������  perfect wcrklnn liver?   Al]' eaay * to ��������� ^ ob-1 g+ k rvv^-r-r-Jj1^  tain If you take ||_,|������_|f g t,|������f Jfr  iittttiub:  iu  ��������� ri,-.-  W.    N.    U,     tfiltt  Kef-p IMkmard'-i Liniment in the houaa  CA1ITB������*S  Uttto t-lver  l*Ult������ the nure  ���������ale-'and eaay,  actios rem  tdf    For h������adache. dks������ln������as.  upset  Mt-ntnuch   "nnd ������ll������--inni>rl<-nrv   ittMlw nm+m  ma t<iuii.l.   PuretsrVegtuhie.     '  St-Sisii l-lsl^wBiWl lMii(t*--'3lBiBlr rtitft I Minard's Ltnhiient He^to Cuts  Mothers Value thia OH.���������Mothers  who know how suddenly croup may  seize their children and how necessary prompt action ia iu applying relief, .always kbep at hand a supply of  Dr. Thomas' Eclcctrlc Oil, because experience has taught them that this is  an excellent preparation for the treatment of this aliment. And they are  wise, for its various uses .render It a  valuable medicine.  ' Use - 'SasIc-itche-yv/ai-i:;Clay .',,:'  ��������� j Ouo"' of'' the"' newest 'industries to establish in Oaliawa, Out., iu Liio Ontario Potteries/ The first kiln has  been opened. Tho company will produce table and .art ware, using Canadian raw materials.- Tho day Is being secured^ from Saskatchewan and  tho foldspar from Ontario.  Complete In itaeif. Mother Graves*  Worm Extormlnator does not reaulro  the assistance oC any other medicine  to make it effective. It does not rail  to do ita morlc,     ��������� r      i'iiii  Eailroadlng ha������ made wondcriul  progroas within a generation. The  old-time locomotive couldn't have  knock-"*-! a jltnoy more'than ten feel.  It is always sate to semi. "Obmlnlon Ex-.  press Money Ordera, ���������  Cook's' R'egulsttiiig Corripound  A. iafe, Rel|i-bk..rcK,',l-iH-iR  ;, tried'* In^-h-r���������-^'ini'.iv   'fto'ehm.  iHtV-'iJco--r- ',���������' 'fr-'t\,.-!'.-\'wl,,;S I;"  .Xj'':ff S*:' Nj''*/-'V-.-MW'l''|iv',,i|ll'i  .'llti^-iilt. oV ���������ri,i,Hr;i'������(;7':li l'i"M ������������������',  ���������i'i"'1'".y)'"'" .i**W'b'       -,..-'  ^'^iW^^^^i^^^.^,W*^l^���������U^U^B^W������u'  THB  NIW  mtKMOH   KKM������������lV.  THERAPION W0.1  THERAPION No.2  :ZH&__^_e������lEf'SU_3  ftkin ntawuHMi. a������.9rdrC&������d������ia%-:������a*cc-assaa.  noirnif iK������n)HnrH������Mitr������.t������ir.iiH ivr.uxn.St.  U-.La CUBHC MMI.OO. I������������w������r*l������c- M������,N. VV.B. l.__doo.  oa uul at wmou n. r-ton-v sr. xcusi-.Toi-otuo.  OB   *tm.   ST.   TAOU   iitBCKT   XVStSV.    MONTm'U THE  CSSSTOK SEYISW  -a  <L-<ocas and Personal  'Wanted���������Wagnea*   apples.  McKeowa, Femie, B.C.  Vast Rest���������Sis rjoota house.  Mrs. T. M. Edmondson.  JCV.  B.  .pjjiy  Wji-stbd���������Strawberry  pickers and  on Wynn-  w asibd���������straw Berry   pi<  ackers.   Apply H. 5\ B*������bsi  iiihg at 3 p.na., at the   house   of  Henderson.  Mrs,  Hi-ntE-ues Fob.  SAis���������Several   teams  suitable for far res or loggins* purrooaes  wither without   harness. "Apply   to  -T.    fcf       K K.V     ut   Vi/Snla n~*o    nanin  rs..:_   bt a-._^ *~e4-    ~_  -^-_ ..za-    _Ar������^j- uvu    -vsaw      %*���������  C!_fr..te^n_>   ������*.~  del.  Fob Sales���������Parson's Beauty sferaw-  berryplauts, 97 per 1000. H. F. Rob-  sobs,   v^ynadrf.  For Saxjb���������Bees and beekeeping  supplies ol every description. Percy  So_������ey9 Creston.  For Same���������-U.G.G. drill seeder and  cultivator completes &IQ. J. W. Van-  ������-ss, Alice Siding.  Mawson   Brothers -have   fceen  ap  pointed to  issue  Stearins   and  gauie  licenses for the year 1924.  Mrs. R. B. Staples was a visitor  with Spokane friends a few days last  week, return-inn- on Monday.  Mrs. Jessie XjewU, teacher of piano  forts-, Rssya! Academy of SSustc. ������<on  don. Laenont Bldg*., Creston.  - Eggs For Hatching���������Good laying  straits of White Wyandottes, $1.25 for  15 egga. __?. W. Ash* Creston.  For Sai^k���������Table Victrola, good  condition. $47, cash, short terms. _B.  W.' Ryckmaiij tinsmith, Creston..,  Eggs For Hatching���������Heavy laying  strain of White I_eghorns, 91 for  25  -*������"-gB������. . Mrs. Wearz-'oiatb, Caaiyoa..  WA������TK3->---'Will buy in Creston 4 or  5 i-oom house, on north bide of railway.    Write Drawer 38, Creston.  Horses���������Have some good* ranch  horses "which I will trade for "milch  cows." Chas. O. Rodgers, Creston.  -MassHeie-rs Walton cl Edmonton.  Alberta, is a visitor here at present,  with her aunt, Mrs. W. S> McAlpine.  For 8aub���������Jersey-Ayrshire cow, -4  years old, wilt freshen end of March,  $65.    A. Lu Bernhardt, Glenlily, B.C.  Jack Ksrris left en Tuesday far Victoria, where he wall spend the nest,  few naon.hs with^Mr. and Mrs. H. E.  Wood.  Auto For 8ai.b���������-Goinj? cheapvMc-  "Laughlin Fch^jv *���������- g������ud conuition,  used privately only. CV G. Bennett,  Creston.  The April ukeeilng of the: Presbyterian "Ladies' Aid will fee held on Friday.  Spokane, and  is expecting fcocomaect  ?."itfe a job Dss the   *3-reat   ISferthern *t  sosse point in Idaho or Was shin** ton.  m mm  _ M.TLG&. Cows Fos, Sals���������4 -ssilch  .cow?-, thrss freshassed ia 'Febmar--'s  other will freshen early in April, -mil  sedl-reasonable.-- BoffeyJBto--.5Creeton.  " Xhc-f-e interested are again rinainded  that Monday,-April ~ ?thi ���������* ia the last.  day to have names placed.;- on tbe vot-  tors list for the next "provincial  ������lec-  tioal.'"'^z"-'~:      -_,   "     -":  It is announced that the Bishop of  Kootenay will pay an official visit to  Christ Cbftrch the fore ��������� part of June,  and a confirmation class is now being  n-Lik. xjyiiG   a^ei>Uru������u. w*_  wjr.vm-^   ansa,  from Neison, where she had been attending a meeting of the er-scuftive of  the Woman's Institute of Koot-saay-  Bocndary^  "Wanted-���������W"agner ".and" Delicious  apples foe immediate delivery. Am  also in the market for fifty carloads of  1924 apples and small fruits. "Alf.  Nelson, Canyon.  The ^Ladies' Guild of Christ Church  are having a silver tea aft the home of  Mrs. Garland on, Saturday afternoon.,  April 5th, frena 8 to E.SB ->*clo������kB to  which all nre invited.  SB-3-**5"-  1  m^'-avl-. 1 %***  The Famous CANADASTEEL ROD  8������ and 9>-ft; lengths, special for' one week only at $1.40 esieh.  s.  "CUTTYHUNIC" JFISHING ONES  18-pound test put" up in 50-foot lengths, special at 26jp_'per length.  WWmwm* j&m*.*.  ������-"_--_ - -~-a_-    S-P^-ld^  -se   _,-s  a.      _,  Ii  b--_-l-S>*2  o-a _WJ������J-fc^p--Bl-i^ *   &���������  >������-������.������v������-e-������a. aaoj- 0  It  aa ^ ��������� js  M _rsS-rB^ "S-SSsa-w *rH������������*������5r  v,    SPECIA1-:FOR THE BQYS  A "CANUCK" STEEL EOI>���������a reel and line aii for. tlie sum of $2.S5. .    . -  All our Fishing Taokle" is guaranteed by^the old reliable firm of Alicock, Laight -S; West wood  : QGIL VIE Goads are dependable  GROCERIES  FLOUR  and  ���������f_^__?1?_i ������.  rsLsZdLT  While bread is the staff of life  there is the very heat of���������assnjr-  ance that man cannot'live by  bread 'done.  Thns in our Grocery department we combine moat of the  other necessities of plain"~or fan-  oy Hvinff. _  And onr Feeds embrace overy-  thing for the   good   feeding   of ���������"  your liv������ stock.  tn addition  to havin-^ every-  ; thing requisite and  necessary in  I thia -connection we are prepared  to   demonatrate   that    both   in  quality and prace   we   can   also  nerve yon beat.  Giro na a calL  Jacksons  Up to the present ahout fifty local  auto cfcrners have taken out their 1924  licenses, but the rush is expected next  month, a 2������������ per cent, cut in price being effective April 1st.  The Sunshine Girls Club of the  Methodist Church invite you to their  first silver tea, in the former Iruperial  Bank building, nn Saturday, March  29thi from 2=30 to S.SD p.m.  P. W. MacKayi'a. layman eva.H-<e-  list, will preach iu the Creston Methodist Church, at 7.30 p.m. Sunday,  March 30th. He will bake the service  at Canyon City the  same - afternoon.  Sosne of the surplus- labor was ab  sorbed hy the" C.P.B.  oh Wednesday,  when the section crews were recruited  9 np to full strength again after the win  ' ter shift of but one man a-nd foreman*  LrfJBT���������On Saturday^ March I5th be>  tween the- "'drugstore and Imperial  Bank, oval gold pin with green perri-  dot in centre. Reward to party returning same to Beattie-Oatway, Z.td.  .All f-orts and conditions of weather  still prevail." ���������Tuesday had alt the ap-  prarancc and feel of a spring day, but  for the Ei-Rst part utmoapherie con-  dstsui-is are cloudy and cool, with the  i nights decidedly frosty.  Application has been made for the  incorporation of the new co-operative  truit Belling agency under the Go-Operative Association's Act, and something definite in connection with 1924  operations is looked for early neat  month.   ���������','������������������'.,'  Frank "Abey, jr., of Kuslo, was a  business visitor here on Frid ������y laBt,  "when he purchased a fleam of horses  froru H. S. McCreath. A buyer from  Crawford Bay also purchased a woirk  horse an the McCreath barn tho* following day. "' '"  7;  H. B. Downs, who left here about  eighteen months ago to make his  home in England, returned to Creston  on Friday, accompanied by bl������ nephew, who i������ going: into fruit ranching  io the Creston Valley* Just at pree-1  ent Mr. Downs in confined to his room  at the Creston Hotel with a touch of  the flu, but is expected ont again gn a  [dayor.two. ..   .'. .  is an Inveslment Ihat will Pay Good Dividends  _giB3iagg__a___.  Continuous daily service cinder difficult conditions only  prove the complete dependability and stamina  of this practical car.  In appearance, performanee and equipment ifcis all that  fclie mo&l d-serimSnitai-g owner cotald vjhh.  ..���������. im ^m^i        ^mm -g_^^| _������.i������u_ih__- *gl_||||kl_������|{|_. gi   f_MI|_uui__at  aasftra  CHBvnoijRrp^o   .  ^CAttS AND"  rA''ffiJm"m������ws,'t,  ���������jtl'.Wi.W'lWl'BW!'^  ^mimiwm^\mmMmmmm>mm*,  - ' ���������'������������������"������������������������������������  JSLtLmmm^^ml^SS^^ ~*     J-BBk^ ^^H^*^^_^^ <(________Bk^        ___���������_���������__. _______L    <     ^^���������^^B_8v        ^  _JSBL. ^ STamWaTtrmtmrnrnW'  What VALSP  woodwork, 'lurnitur^  and  nOOrS   9.uSQ������l������t���������iV  making  waterproof "and sDotproo���������������it will do in your home also.  '* <J4  .Try it on/'some place tlaafc is shabby or spotty. Yobs caa do' the  vamishi% yourself, because^ VALSPAI^ is very easy to appjj?y a^d it dries  ouickly^perfedtiy hard Jn2^ hours.  . 1   . f\   - 17,.:     .>  \;-  ^       * - - -      - ^M   ^^T- ' ^*   ~ t | *-     N        ~ ^ -i    -1 J ^. *"   "      "W.,, " -- .     ~ ~ *-  VA!pSPA!R' is -a remarkable varnisls,    N^th^r hpilinglw^ _  ds can turn it white1 or in any 3������ayriMr ife beautimt-service^'", ?     .'  .-.-  liquids  It protects and preserves woodworlt and-fiinnture of all Mnda.  Wherever you have Xinole&in, Congoleum or Oilcloth in "your home-  vlw-nish It with VAI-SPAB after it has been on the floor three or four  months.. The VAl^SPAR will not only brighten it, bnt will make it last a  great deltl longer because it .rj_-otects the. snrfiuse-from wear and absolutely  prevent the penetration of moisture.  * "*  Drop in anytime for a demonstration and full information,  Or/ Goods  Srscsr'.e  Almost everybody heeds- a Tonic ii  the system" \% ^run down from any  cauBe. Thss is eainecially ������q at the -  present season when coughs, colds- and  diseases of the throat ace ao common  and- so eaay to catch.     ,  You will find Peptona beneficial iii  the tirentment "of such conditions ftiicl  aa a means of preventing them.  Peptona h a tonic for enriching the  blood, buildliig strength and impTOV-'  ing the health generally-    It j* .peee-  ficial in buildingrrefliatance'agaiii*t tlie "  wasting effects of di-ease and in,asflitit-,  " ing natural recovery from tmnatural  conditions.'  1  Peptona doee this by aiding the  absorption And a&fiimiLatlon of food  and thereby incraosin^ the vitality of  the blood.  Patients recovering from Influenza,  fevew, and other ailments which have  .-weakened .tae;;'vM^^^  -. et..spek\i..s^tan& ���������.������������������������������������''������������������:;'������������������'���������  '' ^������p&na7&'';a-pal^ -  containing' peptonized iron, malt and  manganese with  Cod Liver  Extract  1: and   nux ' ��������� vomica, .', The " Cod.' Liver,  Extract"'hao'.-'no������ie;''of; the nauffefttlng'  'tenden^of't^ef/^liwe-l-;, -���������'���������'['.-;<.  ������������������;,'. :Vhh,:VtRCf %n&-':VitaHfy::������������������,���������;.;:  '. ; in1 Every:&top-a:^'������������������������������������'��������� ���������'"������������������;'  id  "mmT. M^MmW     '  y^^wS|j^^|W--W-M-^S-^S-#^-P^   AJ&'M"9Mm 'W  Beattie-OtiiWBv  I  in  R


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