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Creston Review Apr 11, 1924

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 t.l  Mirs������ A������li Dea-d  After;Lbt&s Illness  most  deter-  .5.0 Wsss ���������-m&m f������aMsry'ts^altb  After a prolonged and  nsinecl Hgtsfe  death brought merciful relensa to Mrs.  Bred W, Ash at St. Eugene Hospital,  Cranbrook, on Tuesday evening April  1st, following: a second operation, iate  Ira January^ for. perforation  of "Ihe  bow*!-jfrom wh|fih_shebadeiii_feredrfo_r .  the past these yfSssjf ^foagboi&t it* all- j'  displaying an uncomptaiaiing (toMi-ful^  ness and det������_-minatlon-^to regain -her-"  ~ wonted health and usefulness that has  " never been previously 7wiln^se_t7^aC"r  cprdfi-ig- to" the  doctora and"-hospital  ine, ^ss*s������h an extra g&sgr ^-'OS-iBeseg  helping out the Bomaano crew1.  ' Mr-j& Connie McCarthy Is a visitor  with Cranbrook "friends thia weak,  leaving on Snesday. '    " __.  *���������*" -. '  Mrs. Clements was at-home 4c quite  a Issge p=a-?ty of ISrickaon friends 'on  Tuesday last, the afternoon being given over to (aldtime sociability, apd re-?  wFeshsnents were carved. ^-"7 ,  Mrs. C. Cotteriil thia  the sale other ten-s������2a,san-___  Geo." Hobden^who will get  ^bubst immefHwlelw -# Mx-l Oot������������^I? Is  moving into Creston to: s-jssld-a,' *  Church of Bn*0and Sunday school is  being recommenced ������a Sunday^ April  SStb-atg p.m.,   at tlie  - <a>*^aaa&$���������'A ������_y&,-e-5_y  lit-  J_rM-!___:  ���������������."t,.  It will be illegal to fish in Summit  Creek befoni inly .-!#" this year, oo-  cordins* to -notices thai- were'posted on  tSa^st-sana yesterday-hy W. C. Robinson of Kelson, Jthe l^minion - fishery  fenced- and'has also put-up a log shack  for living quarters.   * "-  I ^AlC Evans is down from IDockniann  ss^.Isbpsywith-land clearing opess  ation&vand will set out about two  acres, mostly to 4herr.es, this spring.  Report for April  * in_RW(������riir  fe������K������7"tfio -*-*������!^--**--=-^  the request of.  and individual  sportsncii in-- orae-s; Tp-ijgi ve- "i3_e potent"  JAr. and Mrs. Liddtcoatt, who we������  here" fson.    Cranbrook   last . week,  pocked up their hoi-Behold  effects for  1 ~  to live for the, present, at least.  Frank Baker is ihe latest "Xisterite  *T >,r     .._,��������� v--    __   ' v&*~ "v-        Ito^oin Sv������e  staff  as   the  Continental  l������aunloop* trout in tnot stream chance! "r.-8"*������oa������^ ������*^" ���������* - ������  ttuihotltie _       . _  Deceased, who was  in  her f5orty-fUharcb service wiU also be held once a  -_.   ,-���������,.-> ..   :   -*.._-. 2 __*��������� r __������. - ._���������-_____5.t������.j^ A&.������^������o.t. -������.-!������������������:  sctv-ensn year* was a native ox -������ourn&-*-  -mouth, Hnglandrcosjaiwj-f tci" Canada'to  join her brother*  &. C "Gtbbs,  about  twelve years'-ago, marrying Mr.' Asb  in 1916V and since then has lived on t$se  ranch: in the"AlSee Siding s&stSds-  Tb������ funeral took .place onT" Friday  -.fternoon. from  Chrtet Church,  the  body ariivSnglfeom Cranbwiok therday  previous,, iu chargie .of* Mr. - Ash'������ Mr.  Gtbbs, arid ajsister^Miss Panline-Gibbs,  who -ame- ont- from   England   to  he  with the deceased in hospital -Sboist six  weeks af*o, all of whom-were witfe^J-trfe."  Ash when she-passed away. "ISev. "H.'  so Ealsls "spawbini^ ^fos~& the Sshissg  season opens* -��������� _������Lsi|s06<b study bos been  made ������f Summit T&pek the past, two  _       years oy: ang������.������-w-- itr.ig*m3 ������ptmson .��������������� wlj������ ������  8cfa^house.!*to prevent stream^%I*ir fished com  Mre. ML McCarthy is just back from  a fpsr ?r=$_;s* vi-St w^b fHsads at B������l!-  iugb-sm, Wash.,   " " _  "    ,  There is quite a demand for ranches  "Toreatin the^SSrlckson   section "this  pjeteiy out, ihe Snter|speaiQg date mue>-t  leaving for ICIockmann  year:   B. W. Holmes    has    taken   a  "year's lease  on   the "former  Conway  tranche whilst the*Bofiey brothers will"  "have charge of Mrs. McKelvey's ranch  "?orlB24.  ]_bcal deputy - registrars.. of  voters  added or few nonies to tbe provincial  *r-M  habots of the, -troiifK frequenting the  stream, and tbiiyei* this later season  is ~osm& t^a^oss^^jin^sesr are ���������>!���������������  X-8minded[that the^ese seoson_on the  Goaty between; the;^anyon "and ^K-itch-  erter,doesnotexp?^.until April, 1925.  , Mr. l^biikson st-^es that within the  pest tbre*- we*kj*a_jput 16^000 speckled  troutiryfrom theJIiawBhery at^elson  will be .deposited~yi$ Corn Creek������ and  another -S^OOO.fry.-^f'] the same species  wiii be .placed inr Hf-^Sow Creek, above  iBLitchener."  .    - ----  Divuuoei I.���������W* Jones, -t-arineipst  Perfect attenda*ice~"Bdw������������d Bush,  W*!i_������m Bs-jh, Cisaslss Cfe_terll!- Judith  Coaling, TJoyd Couling, lily LeWkS,  Woy-ce Moore, Albert Sherwood, Anale  Ssusb, Oi-trsncc Sts^ss. Harry W&b-  8terr-Mabel West, George Wtucb, Victor Grundy, Alex. Sendenon, Marion  McOonaTd, Willie : Manuel, ������������uise  Sfickel^ Dorothy Rydksnan, Harold  Speers, f__ly Wilson.  Bivssiok II.~MiBa Vickera, Teacher.  ^Highest standing, Grade VL���������Sric  Martin, ^uey EOseh, -Ar^anr Coulisg.  t Grade ^V.���������Lanra Holmes, Hirrrll  Miller^^ohn Bliaco. '    ..  Ii.-Jesfsst atSaasSs-acs���������-Bopbin-*: An-  droWsow, John. Blinon, Ena Christie_  Arthur Cooliufs*, f_etty" Coisling, Mary  trees are all coming albng-as well' oil J������-sle Xieorsnonth,   Ada Iiewia>  Brie  coald be Expected.   On   eonss of  tbe M-si-fin. Clkarlie Moored Jean SSeCEeath,  "Randall Payne, George PhilHps. Dick  mine.  end of March.  MrTaind Mrs. Jack Head and Albert  ___������teheli'arrived home from Klock-  mann early last week, and ore looking:  aff*er spring work on   their places  J������s^ the additions about squaring  w Bito.  munw a.u������>Sc w_   ������,-.-������.   _-._ --���������-.--___-. ���������-������,!������._ bt,^  uauica uivpp-kt,   ������3_������   :e=,...n ,  there was  a "*very  large  turnout   off j B^ckBon with a voting population of J  friends, both ai the church-and eemfj^^,^^,  (atery. to pav their, lost tribute t������rr������-l   .^,1   n^at   ������.    ������>      .^   -_���������   -_-������_-   *.  - *   ._ ^ ���������*  .-..      ...  mm  m^x..  i .- M^.. R-_M.-M������eDesola and chsS������l-*e*'   were visitors^ here a few | M_.������fe"j������ag_>-3*  Hswss find Mate*- J_5������l!--1 ^y1? %sfc W66'i ^"b her ^arenta> SSfr^y  The^steetu in which th������ d������������!������-������ ������S3. ������. ^r.w. IK���������t.  Alice " Byckmau,   -Arthur  ������ v -pi-*fca-wf  ������v-.^w  specfc, the pallbearers being C. G.Ben-     J^"?*"^"? ?  nett, Jas.jS>ok, A. B. French, ,C. BW^f?*1^.^  "1 .     - - ,   : -������*-  I-" B.* Berry oT-Bobfe  ranches that have bad good attention  there is every   prospect   of  an   apple Bandall,  crop, estimated as high as-20 hoses in   Webster.  ���������*_n-_w_i"rJ ^p-i-^sa-wi* ^ ___,    _.  If the supply of powder lasts ou&TW.  jiv. sniru ���������������������i������* ������������������ D^rrs-.^ co-_-^s^njarm"  stumping of the whole 20 acr^ o-sibis  place. W-tlter "Edwards is anosher  settles who is making headway in this  diceetlou ������a-5 b^tbetS-=e be c**mr!-������to--1     _  _   I anrln-*" work wilt have ten acres readv I son/BiSHe Boyle. Ba-������| nhrisll*  5-y^S=  iftliamim,  -.H^hest standing,^ Grade V.���������Tom  Cros^h������rkifc. Hsu-ry Milfer* S������as*������in  V7itfcsna������. Grade IV.���������Brlly Bayle.  Thelma Haydeu and BaH Christie  equal,, Franceas'l-swiSi.  P������-rfect-  attendahca���������Freddy AMer-  jf3u.M.%������ -. J*    JT- ��������� -0  was  Mil  a weekend  ?������-rw| '"Mrst  andaSna.  ceased was held was very SHMngSy expressed is tbe numerous and beautiful  floral remembrances withjTwhicb <Uie ]  coi&n was strewn^ / ,.-** Z. ZfZ -*1  In addlfiiou ta b#^ btmban-1-jana  ton"Mr&.-Ash*%av-iB to mourixher pas-sing t?W|^tot^ and:three '.brothers _-e*t-  ideatriu^pt^ier parts of tfee Bna^re*.  In her p-kssln^ the husband and family  lose a helpmeet and sister who persoia-  ifieid' always that which is best and  :7lfflre.,A.=  _.������������_,_._.��������������������� 1_   ._^*u _^_m���������  -rruuiauuiivu  __.J3  awu-  In  thpir  Mrs. J. H. Webster.  ,"--H-������t Jessw3i^vs^-j-������f Creston was a  visitor lw^li'1 ^V^Uidel   friends on  the sick.  :S  Est for'the lost "w^^-44r two.  for-cultivation.     - - ~<-  ajir. jcsLemucn-u-. >w-������_. -������ ������.-������_.__. -^__. ������������������  liiet-er on Thursday afternoon lost to  attend Geo. -Jacksv-^bc had. ths ibis-?.  fortune to .. tmdiy -sp^aiu bis wslsS.  whilst starting up. bis- Ford car- the  inj-S Oii inSum.   He wilt be  Mr. Fackenluimis ra-isectingb^  unable towork.ffor ofeleasta month.  K. KifiHt is'i-eported to h-tve token  tear and family-, Thjeir Roo^aaa chat  heavy .bereavement they have the very  sincere sympathy of a wide circle of  friends. - "  >Tbsse "S^ndSng "Sosal  trSbates , wart*  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Johncon, wreath;  Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Crawford, wreath;  Mr.  and Mrs.    Croathwait,  wreath;  Christ Clratch Ladles* Guild, wreath-  husband, wreath; brothers and sinters  in" Canada  and  abroad;. wreath; Mr.  and Mrs.   Q.  O"   Bodgers,   wreath?  Wood Ap-Korris, spray; ifn. and Mrs.  ' iS. A. Speers, spiiiy; Rev. H. and'Mrs.  Varley,   spray; Mrv   and   Mrs. v A.* P.  Noble,    Cranbrook^  spray;  Mr.   and  Mrs. H. Mcl_aren, spray; Mr. nnd Mrs.  -Harry White, Cranbrook, spray.  a yeaVs lease on   B-ffS.   Stace Smith's  xaufeh at the crbsain^f, .while -the residence win be occupled.by hard  road*  foreman A. J3.\Davis--������v who  has al  roady taken possession.- -   ^ -  _Theonly notable -tree  planting  in  Jthis section this spring ls������n the J. H.  Parkin ran"ch, 'where about 200 assort-"  ed fruit trees are being set out.'  Hard roads foreman Davies bad tho  scraper at work at the first 68 the-  week grading out the road from the  Compton ranch to town ^prrparatory  to commencing rock road worlc about  the end of the week.     ,  teb^ar������bere,*ajaidtihey.tbepiselveettipe  e^ijecteda������ydayno*-������.V-- ^ " .       '^  , - '���������Mickey*' Argue and. .friend from  Creston were" hero^n^-Siinday at the  tennis court, and played a set or fewo  hef ore returning to town^  Messrs.- Blias and B. Cri, s who have  been .working at Bobson for'the past  few months, have returned, and are  getting things in shape for spring operations on the ranch. ^  H. Morgan  off  Calgary,   -represent  stive  of  the  Mutual    Brokers,   was  amongst " the    business    visitors   aT  Wynndel last week.  ���������The warm weather which set in on  P. W. McKay continues his revival  meetingarat theehurch'this: week, arid  is atSractingr quite!_arge crowds - each  night. r '-*_--''" : .. . -   l  / Otto Johnson, and rete? Sus-sts-ara  busy hauling: to the siding- tbe, tlesos  A- G. Samueleon, which; were, left fn  the woods after jfcfie snow disappenrsd.  Tbe tie cut was in tbe neighborhood of  4000.     . " ^  7E��������� NougSler Is at present at Car-  stairs, Albcita, where he will, be re--  maining for some time. Some "farm  land he has there has como back tic  him ond he has to look after seeding  operations.'  Provincial police McLaren was here  on an .official visit at the  end   of  the  week making an investigation into the I e.n.j j0g8 am now   being  watered  dissappearance of a load of hay off the {ween Creston and   ISrlckson  for  Christie, Frank Crawford, Tom C-rosfch-  woit> Minnie Bownes, Bonsld Gibbs,  Jean Henderson/ Hazel Hopwood-,  Sally Jobn-5on,"Saya*iOEd Msrtb3������ Sil-  DorisiM Beutlay.'  Division 1 V.r-Msss Brett* ^Eeattlier.  " "Hipbessfe   standing, "Senior Tb&ed-���������  Fay" Peridiyv  Cora. 7^dsom.  S_-_-__ry  ' vi^^x^vs&asttixil--  ^^Z~$Zz?^^^SA'  p_^-^3������t:f^B^TO,''-7^nd-*^r -l_E_tIa3v  S^for g^cond--Allan St lplo-*,' Agnes  B^un^.LnclHe:Blib������>r, ;JR^J_SisW-;   .  Perfect attendaric-e--Agnes B3**-ca-*a>  Margaret -.BlincoV'" StSabeS. JolinstOD,  Henry Kirsecb, Erances Lewis, Mary  Maionevsi-ys ^Sudry, "Snbsyt-^V^st*  Norman- Bentley, Jack Grundy, Hsften  Blopwood.  DwieioH V.���������MissLaxton, Teacher.  Highest standing, * Senior Second���������-  Hesper Lewis, Iris Taylor, Jach Payne.  Senior F������rst���������-Hubei-t Morrow, George  C^lla.CliirordYo_4:.  Petfect attondance-~Douglas AMer*-  son, !_torisBayle,,Geoa-|ce Oollls, Jaoaes  Dowues. Hesper JLawIs, Bert Morrow,  I Norman Nickel, Arthur Nichols, Clar-  Snnday started a riso in   Goat  River I the week after about four, months on  T. fiickey gotjiome  at the end  of jencoKmbree, 8tow_4rt Ryekma3a, lesea  The C.P.K. is paying opeclal  attcn  i>ion to track repairs in this part of the  6RAHD THEATDE  in  If you Mu\l]na||8h������i,:������.;'V0������iiih---..  ridin% rlphroaWii* oow puncher  -at- tbe owner, of aii bid ladies*  home;"> you^^li^&'rJs^iliiihi; .������*m.-;'.;  ception :of������ bow funny Tom ;  Mix isiii 'Xa^lioB to Board." -^x  YOU$LL LAimM   UNTIL  YOUR SIDES HURT I  Hats belonging to Charlie Sutcllffe.  Alice Siding" has broken into tbe  radio class J. W. Vanese having- just  completed" tbe installation of a set  largely of his own manufacture,, and  with which be gets Calgary, Vancouver and all the Pacific coast broadcafits  with great elnrl^ .  A large number off Alice Siding residents were at Creston nn Friday afternoon for the funeral of MrBV^red. ifr.  Ash, whose death oecurned   at  Cran-  :bji-ook;.h<_^ito  ^''���������-reiry,^r^^'"'^l4''" ^-V*-*1"' ^*-''' 111*','. :;fr������������a-.i6;  bereaveinent Mr. Ash has  the  truest  sy������ipiith^'','--������f'-al!i'','k'''-. '���������;;"'s'"  A Albert Duviea, who Juts been attending commercial college at Vancouver,  the past four monthB, Ih home on a vis  It with his parent*), 'Mr. .: and   Mrs. A  B5..:l>-v--icaZZZA' '"'Z'"Z���������" \. ' ' - ���������  '������������������ Mr. and -Mrs. McGregor and two  sons of London, England, arrived at  the end of March on a vbtt to Mr* and  Mrs. C. Hester- Tho ladies ure^ili-erB  and, we understand, the visitors will  make their home here for the present  at least.  The Social Club wound lip the season  with a largely attended hard times  dance at the; Todd ranch on March  28th,   at  which    the  prises  for tho  "hatdest"-dressed couples wer-a ������*wii_w2-  dd 'to Glisidya Stewart and B*������b - Msr-  eth^liand Jean\Marshall and Bvorard  Constable.     Duo  tb   a shortage   of  y������l|������|.i||    |WO|llU      .it������Lkt$      .,H4\,       W.'.IU      uvv      *wS  largely attended as asb season but the  I session's wcro none the less enjoyable, |  drive down  Wynndel.  bathe  stream   to  the- mill at  Umimr  .Geo. Jacks is, tho second Of tbe local  farmers to join up with, the auto own  ing fraternity, hie purcha-te  being a  used Ford light delivery, which he got  from Bert Hare at Creston last week.  ' Mr. -Loubet, who purchased twenty  acreu near the >wSn;; bridges a few  weck������; ago, Is'busy;wltibv' Clearing;on������*--!  iiMirriLiw'i-iJi.H'iiiiiii-w'K-  .*������  tm  sm  '::l^_Ep;j^::iTO:x  ,', '''.'"���������'' ;    '    ,     -..:'.',- L..... .-j.'V'.'j   '.''^   ���������'' ''": _' ,'-������������������:   .:;'  Is the Fruit Industry of the Interior of British Columbia to revert  back to the price-slttahlng consignment basis, or . ���������'-.;  Shall It through organlswid co operative control bo put on ri firm business basts that will result in tho  grower obtaining a fair return for  ���������; his product?  Hear the 10������t marketing situation dls-  ���������-" <-n������������"--d by - Messrs. Howe, Macken.  arid McNalr, at a Public MeeMng in  SPEERS' HALL, Creston  ��������� Oil"'  ���������.    , .......   ^ ���������    ,  ��������� ���������    ��������� "���������-    ���������,' .'  fi_k _3r "��������� : _w.       .'..'  *_     . *_y 'jw\  ��������� SLyJ_������fl_Wi.S^-RiLra"2r S '    <t' a*.a^q U      -Ja^ar  at iflt"jiJn(Ti p.m.  Kvery  Fruit  Grewer  In ��������� the Valley  should be preMjpkt at this incieUng.  tbejroad fur buying for a Calgary firm  He will probably take on a.tio or logging contract at Yahk  again for the  summer.  A. Wickholm is home from Yahk,  and has gone to work on the, log drive  for J. B. Wiulaw on the Goat, " He Is  expecting to work In the sawmill at  Wynndel again this year.  Mrs. and Miss Edna HIrkey spent a  few days with friends In CJranbrook  last week.  Geo. Strong  left on   Tuesday  for  JCitoheher, where be Is boss carp-micron tho new housebis%on. Bill* -tser- j  '���������^Ing. tberev 7. ��������� ��������� Z' :ZZ'.,':'i^Z-:  Mr- ������������nd Mire. Ted Strong, who have  boon at Yahk for the post few months,  aro home agslri, but are expecting to  spend tho next few memtho at Kitchener.    Z:-'Z,', . ���������'"' ''������������������ .ZZ  ' The pe-rtasaneney off the Cianyo-rii ras-  tdents' la revealed in the fact that very  few.names were added to tho voters  list from this section at registration  fcbrs month. The list as revised will  show about 75 uatnes at Canyon.  The best and blggoH pleco of news  that luu* come Canyon.*-*-' way this ycjtr  ils tho. .week-end auuouiky������jii-<(.-M*. ,' iX*&.->  the" post office-* at Canyon will "bo  opened for business on or about May  1st* John W. Wood will keep the  office lo the store of Canyon Trading  Company, arid will also be mall carrier  from Erlckson. In securing tbe orne*-  the "United Farmers have bean vetfy  vwiatoilally asslstod by Hon. Dr. Ring-,  niEntster..of.public works at Ottawa*  ' and member for Eoot' "Kootenay."'  S  Smith, Bsther Wittmau, Clifford  York, Meade Beoser, Harold T-taclar-  an, Glenn Going, Gordon Fln_ayson>  Moo West, Hugheua McCi-eatlK Dorothy CoUls.  j ..  Card of Thanks  c  Mr.F. W. Ash. Miss and Mr. E.  Gibbs take this opportunity to expi  their, very deep appreciation of the  sympathy and^mony klnduasses shown  thesn In their recent-toereavemant.  '7* if nothing to ym. aB 3*  e Appeal of  tiiegfsssw  <3oodrriday  AmmZMXJmJU     lOtU  t  mbM   "-mXj-sL/  '.-.... "   ���������' ���������  Parish Hall  at EIGHT p.m.  mm *     ,101*  ,rsr\r*'g\t at r xr  INVITED to he prcfcn!.  M THE   REVIEW.    CHESTON",   B.   O.  Folks who want- the  very bast use  RED ROSE ORANGE PEKOE     M  Will Carry  Parachutes  Aeroplanes  Conveying   Passengers   In  France*    Must   Afford   This *  "--"'    ^Protection- '���������--: "'"*.  <"''   ' t   5V''. -   j "-        -"*  since January. *the first all-French  aeroplanes., carrj-tne passengers  have  I been, obliged to <*"'arry parachutes. This  ft    _"���������<"- n-ir      T*T������fl      WW> n *-_ ~~v       <n������������a-*"1 {a       r������ *"       ������-������        *-trt*������ PrfSW/Mri Art  g   IWW      UttU     AAAUMO     fJV-a-'i.i.vJ'     K-liU     C*     VUUIC. fvUOO  I of members of, th-j'French aerial syn-  ; dicate^ " "7*~  Regarding   the .value  of the  para-  Lower Taxation  .   Campaign Progressing  ������_______. %  Public   Opinion    Is" Rallying    to   the  7-NjSQi*������-������-ftr������-\j&jj"e .V'DesTrand     s^cr .  ."'    /-Cujrxaiimieni'of Government        **  j.*-!*;,-.',""-       'Expenditure;--'  'Tlie movement" for lower taxation  which originated at B-egina early ia  February has already reached Dominion-wide proportions. - As a result  ; of" the "success T-,*hich, was aohieved at  chute,- a . conclusive- experiment -was "Reglna, "Vancojiverrhas-started a simi-  recently carried out by a French' woman,' Mlle.jCollin. ,   Last month, while  -travelling in an'aeroplane at 90 miles  an hour, she^dropped    off    the    aeroplane with a parachute, which nnfold-  ed itself in^.a normal ��������� manner.  -  Scientists   had   stated   that "such  a  1 feat was impossible. Mile. Collin's  exploit ,ha3-4glly proved the utility of  parachutes in-..aeroplane flights, particularly when planes are in danger of  crashing down with,their passengers-;  Mirror Of 55 B.C. Found  Dates  Relic    Unearthed    in    England  From   Roman   Invasion  Found at Desborough, Northamptonshire, a bronze    hand    mirror,    used  probably by a Celtic woman of fash-  J.L.L1     IVtlU     UVCU    ill     Lite     UllQlS,UU3     uuuuX  the time of Caesar's-finvasion of Britain (55 B.C.) has been presented to  tlie British Museum. The chasing on  the hack of the mirror is .done by hand  and bears curious similarity -to eastern workmanship. *"  A Fallen Planet?  COULDN'T SLEEP  HEART WAS BAD  .    NEBYES A: WEECK  Mr.  H.   A.   Reid,' "iTpper   Musquodo  boit, N.S., writes:���������-"I am very thankful for the benefit t have received by  using Milburn's Heart and Nei-*e Pills.  "When I came lionie from overseas,  Is 1920, ray heart was very badly  affected:by concussion,..and my nerves  - wer e a dreadi'ul wreck. I "was very  short winded, and could not possibly  sleep at night, in fact, I was in such  a ��������� condition I felt as iE -I did not wish  anyone to..'speak .to., me. I thought I  would try Milburn's Heart, and Nerve  Pills, and before 1 had taken two boxes  I could enjoy a "goad night's rest as  well as anyone. -^  There are lots of returned men who  are suffering the same as I did, and I  feel sure if they would only try Mil-  bum's Heart and "Nerve Pills they will  receive the same relief that I have."  >  Price 50c a box at OH- dealers, or  mailed direct on receipt of price by  The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto,  Ont;  Hill in Arizona May Have Been  Caused by Gigantic Meteorite  Astronomers have long known that  between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter a large number of tiny planetary  bodies revolve round the sua. Some  ot these have a circumference of but  a few miles.  Jn addition, there are countless "billions .of what might he called meteoric  stone hurtling round the sun. These  are constantly enterju3g~"the earth's atmosphere and being burnt up by the  friction uracil more completely than  the moth that flies into the candle  fla  ST.  VITUS DANCE  EEs   any  one  of  the   small   planets  .ever    entered    our    atmosphere    andr-  landed on the earth without being entirely  consumed?      IE it  ever did, it  was  long ages before  man  appeared  *���������-      c ,.. -  upon ine earui, tor tne impact oi suc-ii  an outsider would cause an earthquake indeed.  However, in Arizona there is a curious eminence called Coon Butte  -which rises about 150 ft. above the  plain. - At the top is a depression or  crater 4,000 ft. wide and. about 150 ft.  deep. Scattered "far and wide around  this hill are fragments resembling  meteoric iron-which contain curiously - shaped boulders.  It- is suggested that this hill was  formed by the impact of a gigantic  D0&5- from the ' outsiHe, and mining  operations are to be started with a  view to discovering whether the  theory has any foundation in fact.  -lar .campaign in .British Columbia.  Toronto is doing likewise -"In Ontario,  and Montreal is following suit in  Quebec. Newspapers have suppprted  the _ idea all over Canada, public  speakers have ^seised upon-it -as one  of the necessities of the day, and even  Ottawa has'been wakened up.  . Despatches are leaving the" capital  dally 'which show that - the Dominion  Government is beginning to take note  of public opinion and promises.are being made that "expenditures are. being  reduced and unnecessary or ' overmanned departments cut down.- ���������"But  promises will not satisfy public opinion and the "Lower Taxation Campaign" will continue to gather  strength until all governments Jive up  to .heir promises - and show conclusively ' that government -costs have  usen. cut io nie ooue.  There Is an impression aboard that  the National Economy Campaign will  adversely effect retail business. Such  an impression is incorrect and must  be based on inaccurate knowledges  The controlling thought behind the  movement to- secure a prompt and decisive reduction In government expenditure is slimmed up in the expression, "Lower Taxation means Better Business." Before we can get  lower taxation we must convince our  Airplane Service to India  Great Britain may soon start an airplane service direct to India, acquiring only lOOt hours for the trip from  London, said Maj.-Gen. Brackner,  director of civil aviation of the British air ministry, before leaving for  home after a holiday in this country.  Gen. Brackner expressed confidence  in fclK- success of the British-project.  Girls!   A  Gleamy Mass  Of Beautiful Hair  35-Ce-nt    *- Dander! ne*������     So     Improves  Lifclesa, Neglected Hair  An abundance  of luxuriant hair  full of gloss.  f*i<>aim-*- find life  shortly follows a  p-f-nulnft toning up  of neglected  scalps with dependable 'T>an-  elerine."  Falling hair,  Itching scalp and  thn dandruff Ih corrected Immediately.  End Stomach Misery,  ^ Gas Or Indigestion  - '-Pape's^ Diapepsin" Is the quickest,  .surest    relief    for indlge.sti.on, gases,  flatulence, heartburn, 'sourness,, or  stomach distress caused by acidity. A  few tablets give almost immediate  stomach relief. .. Correct your atom*  ach and digestion now for a few cents.  Druggists sell millions of packages of  Pape's Diapepsin.  Shows Through ^ Twitchinig of the  Muscles of Face and Limbs  Chorea, or as it is more generally  known, St. Vitus dance, is a trouble  that'l\usually attacks young children,  though older people may be afflicted  with it. *- Its. most common symptoms  are a twitching of the muscles of the  face and limbs. "*As the disease progresses the twitching takes the form  of spasms in.'which the jerking motion may bq, confined to the head, or  all -the limbs may be affected. Frequently the patent is unable to hold  anything in the hands or to walk  steadily... In severe cases tha speech  is often affected. The disease is due  to debility of the nerves and relief  comes through an enriched blood supply, which feeds and strengthens the  nerves. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  have been most successful in reaching  this trouble through their specific action on the blood, which it enriches j governments that-spubllc opinion is  and purifies. . The following instance: overwhelmingly* opposed to the tre-  -will   show   what   Dr.   Williams'   Pink  mendous    increase    in    the"   ordinary  costs of government which has been  going on for, the past five years.  ���������;ttqt������.- csn -tve secures rslief? 13'**  making It" plain to members of parliament and legislatures and municipal  councils that we will back them to the  limit in any effort they make to reduce government expenditures. The  average man in public life is a shrewd  person," He knows that if we, want  reduced taxation and he does nottry  to get It for us, that at the"next election Me will be an "also ran."  Every taxpayer owes it to himself  to drive this "Lower Taxation Campaign to a successful finish. He can  help to do this If he will just * sit  down and write a short personal letter to "every public man serving his  district, whether he be a member ot  parliament, a member of the legislature, or ��������� a member of the ^municipal  council.--' Don't leave It to George���������  do it yourself. '  i.-.m������_*     vuxi    UU     J.Li.     U_H-3     Li OuJJic* J.VJL_.~CJ>*     %Jm-  B. Makins, Parry Harbor, Qnt.,  says:���������"As-a young girl I was badly  stricken with St- Vitus dance. My  parents trie dseveral medicine but  without avail. I was steadily growing worse and could scarcely walk  without, falling. I hadto quit school  and had no control of "my nerves or  actions. Finally a neighbor advised  the use of Dr. Williams" Pink Pills,  and the use of- these for a couple of  months restored nie, and I have had  *no attack of the;trouble since. .1  have, however, taken the* pi Lis at different times since, when I felt out of  'sorts, and find them all you claim for  them if given a fair trial."  . You can get Dr. Williams' Pink Pills-  through any dealer in medicine, or by  mail at 50 cents a box from the-Dr.  Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ontario.  686 Put to Death  Death .sentences carried* out in Russia in 1923 numbered 686 as compared with S13 in the' previous" year, according" to the annual report of the  supreme courts- "Forty-three; per cent.  of the death sentences -imposed were  c bmmute d to Imprisonment/ as compared with 31 per cent, in-1922;     '* ���������*".<  WHENY6UR  THROAT IS .SORE  -    '7   "*"   " i   '  It aaay.be  only a  slight    cold    now���������  just ^a - tickling   in  the throat.  ��������� "But- - .little- .., colds  ���������, soon grow large and  dangerous'.    ,    Often  they become chronic.  develop ' catarrh and"  end in consumption.  A C a t a r rhozone Is**  the remedy. It draws  inflammation.     and  soreness out of the throat.-    Believes  the cough, cuts out the phlegm, makes  breathing easy... kills any germsfiodg-  ed in the mucous lining- of ihe throat  or lungs,,   ,  HAIiER- now and .again you- keep  the "passages freb from germs, and  thereby prevent coughs , and colds. _  Get the Dollar outfit, it lasts iwo  months; small size. 50c; sold by-  druggists. Refuse Br substitute for  Catarrhozone. By mail from The  Catarrhozone- Co.. Montreal.  Mighty  Wireless Masts "  Wireless   Station   in   Bavaria   Makes  ������v Use of Mountain Peaks    "V.  ^.In Tipper Bavaria a wireless station  is using mountain pealcs for masts.  The wires are supported hy a. strong  cable and extend from one peak 5,100  feet high, a, distance of about a mile  -and a half ..across' country^ to the top  of a smaller hili of some -2,820 feet  elevation. The station is designed  to communicate directly with the Far  East. >. Special arrangements w^re  necessary for -the ^fixing of" the cable  ends and to allow for its stretching.  The end of the cable is fastened to a  small carriage weighted with stones  and running on ' rails. When the  cable is bent, by "snow or wind the  carriage 3s pulled forward. When the  -stress ceases it rolls bac*kward on its  sloping railroad. -  Will Lend Assistance  Canadian Navy and Air Force Will Aid  British Air Racers *".,  Canada will be host to the British  airmen who will attempt a rounifi'-the-  wotid flight this year, for nearly hal.  their journey.  The Royal Canadian navy and the  Canadian air force will second the  efforts ol* the British airmen to clr-  cunii-avlg-ate the world hy air. Between them they will lend a hand  from St. 'John's, Newfoundland, to  i Yokohama, a distance of 170 degrees  Thin. dry. wl������pv r>r ffirlW hair ia . 1 ������Pffl���������*������������a. or nearly halt-way^ around  quickly Jj-vitforatr-d, talUng on B0w j the* world. "Uho navy will aend a  sterngtlf, color and youthful beauty. > boa!, from Northern British Columbia  "Danderine" ia d--l.glu.ful on the,hair;  a   refreshing,   --tlmuhiilng   tonic���������not  -sticky or greasy!      Any drug wtore.  Only one- hi I--it art- said to know  how lo i-'-;ul a nnwapap'-w. The otfw-r  nine know how to run It,  Wherf! (.lu-re's-i a will th'-i*--'-' a way  to mal'<- a way with si will,'  to assist in the laying of Mdumps"  inTonpr th* Aleutians down, tbe Siberian  a-osist to Japan. The air force,  through IU varlouH bran dies, will give  civory r-nrt of asslsLance throughout  l.h������.- hind flight In" Canada, Incidentally, tliiM will ho the first time that Canada lifts be-on crossed by -air' at ono  co'ntlnudufl flight..  CHILDREN CRY FOR "GASTORJA"  )_---���������wumpmi imi  mm"'    ��������� n mil  l\ Harmless Substitute for Castor 0i!, Paregoric, Drops  and Soothing Syrups ��������� No Narcotics!  Mother! Give Sicfe Child  "   "C__3ifornia Fiff Syrup"  Harmless    Laxative    for- ,. a     Blllou*,  Constipated. Baby or Child  \ , i , -  Constipated,* bilious, feverish, or .  sick, colio Babies  and Children lore  to take genuine  -'California Fig  Syrup." No other  laxative -regulates f%(,  U sweetens tho  bowels so nicely,  tho tender little,  e to ma-oh and V  starts the liver and bowels acting  without griping. Contains no narcotics or soothing drugs. Say "California" to your drugg).st and avoid,c-Sunt-  erfcltsl Insist upon genuine "California Fig Syrup" which contains  directions. -  It's-painful to see a^ woman laugh  when sl-e doesn't want to but thinks  alio ought to. ,      '  Mother! Fletcher's Cantorta Siiasj  foertn In uho for ovrvr "������> yearn to relievo bnt-Ief- and children or Constipation. Flatulency, Wind Colic and  r>lnr-*l*->'������"'" r-Tlnyirn������ "R*������w->rlf-lirH*>''M wrlH-  tn������- tlif-refrom, unci, by rog-ulatJnK: .he  Ptoiruicb it rid  ESowmIji, ald������ tha a-Mmi*  SAilon of. Food; givina! natural Bleep*  -without oplaten. Tho gQcuiln-ci boarff  ailKnaLuru oi  j^yv . * / %(,rt^*~*@~  There may he other corn removers,  but you will not bo completely autls-  flod until you have used I-Iolloway'a  Com Remover. '  Influence of Tobacco  Plvery woman desiring a happy married life has realized that tobacco ia  ������ helpful Influence ii. the home. Smolt-  Inp: In n very pontliln*-; occupation,for a  man���������umkOB the horno n siwoet home  and prtiywiita family jary.  A   Remedy 4pr   Earache.���������-To  have  the earache is to endure torture. The  ear is: a, delicate organ and few care  to deal w^th it. considering it work for  a'doctor. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil  offers a simple1 remedy. A few drops  upon a piece of lint or medicated cotton and placed In the ear will do much  in relieving pain.  Bring East and  West Closer Together  Sir Charles-Fltzpatrick Stresses Need  Of     Cementing     Canadian  Interests  '   Addressing the Rotary Club at Montreal, Sh* Charles* Fltzpatrick, former"  chief justice of Canada,   and   former  lleUtehautigovernor    oC    Quebec, laid  4jtress on the meed for improving facl-  1-ftie^Attfr' the conversion, into wealth  of  tlio7 vast, products  of the  prairie  provinces .antBoC-doing all  that was ���������  poBsihlo tor bring Eastern and Western Canada' closer together.  Ho recommended, a& policies to this  end, the preservation oC the St. "Lawrence waterways as Canadian; encouragement of the efforts of .British  Columbia in d^voloping^ the port of  Vancouver as a grain exporting harbor; and the elimination of views iu  the west of Canada that looked" north  and south,' rather than east and west,  Ay...   *  TMck Lustrous Hair  I Kept So By Cuticura  At night touch spots of dandruff  and itching with Cullcura Ointment,  Nest mprning shampoo with a suds  \of Cuticura Soap and hot -water.  Rinse with tepid water. Keep your ���������  scalp clean .and healthy and -our  hair will be luxuriant. -^  Soap 25c. 0lnt-nenl2S_n45(lc. Talc������-.2S������. '.Sold  throughout theDomLnioia. CanadianDepot:  l-MM. Liallcd, 344 Si. Pari St., W., MoBtrM-,  Cutlcura Soap alia--e_ WlUiout nuc.  ">  ^-cm^lis  tswept  is essential  When a girl nnya nhe Jb never  froliij; to get married she menus It  about 4ji much an the maa who *mys  ho lmu rnoro airiQnoy than ho kaowo  what to do with.. ...  A������k for Mlnard's and take no other  Freedom from Astt'l-rrta. Asthma in  one of the mast dietresslng troubles,  sudden In its attack*- and prolonged  in Its agonies. BYoquontly many  things are tried, but nothing seems to  givo Jaapo of ro31of, -Jr. j*. D. Kol-  logg'fl Asthma Remedj' is the onn holp  which can bo depended upon. If ybu  have tried other remedies without  succoflB, do not fall to got at once a  package of this uniformly Buccoanful  preparation.  Prca n������cIjpo, Book���������  Write tUe uia>rt1-tn Co.  Limited. Montrcala  .f. a, ������������������..*  ���������Mil  An  ordinary   Jbrlclc  ounces of water,  will ahnorb 1C  , Keep Mlnard'a Llnlmont In the houae  JIG-SAW  PUZZLE  i roit THE  CHILDREN.  Ju������t���������  Send, tour  wrappers from.  ToOko l.lm.lta-1,23-: "Lamoln-* St.. MonUol.  mi>m������������miiiimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmt "-  W.    M.   II.   IBia  I flw4WW������rtC������ ���������#���������������**������ .^p������iw-*,*������''WMjw-fa,if *"��������� ���������  * t (i ������-vitfiv-������>**������}jJi������*ri'',  mmmmum V  THE    REVIEW,    CRESTON.    B.    C.  J-/7  Hope Oi-\Vestern Farmer Is  p^kd^rsmed Farming _A_ndv  1   .  i earKoilnd  Professor "A- I.eitch, of ihe. Ontario} Professor "Leitch explained in detail  Agricuitura^', College, "Gueiph_. spoke j_the decrease "in the cost of producing  on ."Some fehases c"f the Bconomics of jail the grain and forage crops on ihe  Miik������.~Frbdueiion"=*:at-,-'tiiie' sessions ot! farm-by -dividing-the-load with , the  m-I-*--* WTMn j-ii'M-'r-     *-������ r*ei r\**i n fiz-il"! rt     1-._r_.l_''?     11*1     7VJS* -Tiar*.������_-___   a   lim Fitter        ft.-kirrr "m""*-i m*-v- /-\.-������������^**"   ���������-���������*..������ w-_>f *__ n*        _- h.1   ,  dairymen's associations held in "Moose  Jaw." -. ��������� ..,-,  - Thec;qhl-yv real progress made in ag-  rlcuit-SS-i** i_{ made by"'the individual,  Professor ".Deitch declared anil -cbuld  be- accomplished, without the aid of"  legislators. It was difficult to ascer-  tain  the  average ^cbst ".of production  fnf   lip   Vi?"<3   n<"Tfi-"-   Prti������-������*"t   +ha   rmtsfiiinirtr*  costs of any two farmers to.be alike.  Attempt's to secure -the cost of producing milk were made In one cf the  best dairy* districts in Ontario. The  lowest was" $1.33, the highest $_.0S  per hundred' . pounds. 'Conditions  were exactly- the" same"/ but a'fier four  WESTERN  EDITORS  dairy cow. Farmers" growing only  wheat can estimate--the- cost, of thel  crop . per bushel, but -in diversified I  farming--it is',' absolutely .'impossible)  to determine" the cost-of-any'one pro *  duct as it 3s a joint cost.  -/  They  I_%e  Western Coal  ��������� consecutive years T the following were  the figures, the"*average"'' being" $2.70,  the exact price received.  - The cost of -producing-oat's "on the  same farms varied - -from ~ 2SL, cents  per bushel to 76" cents per'bushel.  Apparently all the'se'men were do-  , ing well- although there. was sucli> a  wide variance in the.--cost. '1 It might  be. argued that' these men did~riot  make any money, but,-the fact of the  added income from their own cows  made- all. the difference _ in. the .world  to the*farmers". "A farm,? V said-���������Mr.  I-eiteh,' "is something lllij^ a^rallroad",  "a large portion of the cost goes-on  whether the railroad has any business  or jfiot."       ., , -     ���������  "In "Saskatchewan-^ man cap hardly  fi.n������i. occupation for himself tor a .thou-  jBand "hours a year growing wheat,"  stated Mr. "Leitch. "If he adds, to  ihe  farm something-that w-iii---eoa!?1������,'j  -   Wm  to  work  3,000  hb������^3%3.^yf^rZli  -lowers his overhead an^'"������fiVes~Mi������?S  -chance to-.sell something producedTon  what   would   otherwise  be  idle  time"  Dairying- enables a man to lower the  -"-xost-" of-"everything ihe grows" on the  -1-farm. "\ .-."-" ....     ^    -  *   Stewart Fullerton, Editor and Pub-,  lisher of The Times, Big Valley, Alta.  Saya' Alberta Coal Gaining  Ground in  Eastern   itfarke-c  Confidence  in  Sir    Henry     Thorn-,  ton,  president   of  the   Canadian "National Railways, to "do^-the fair thing  by the west'' was expressed" by A. NV  Walker,  cf the  Alberta  Distributers,  "Ltd.,, 'who , passed.- through   Winnipeg  on his* way back to Drumheller.     He  believed  that freight rates would be  brought-" down   as   soon   as_ possible."! Industry  Has Shown  Development In  That dealers in "Middle and" North-err* paS* Few Years  Ontario were buying Alberta bitumin- j The seed .^growing industry of Brit  ous coai in preference J:o Pennsylvania;] isil Columbia-has developed consider  harc"fja-t tho same price, was Mr. Walk  JLand. C^olonixation JLN3 JVlost  Important Business Canaaa Has  ,.-/ In Wand  Aj: .Present    lime  "Land colonization is .the big busi-  ness of Canada,*- declared' C. A. Ma-  grath,  chairmau. ^of the  international  -v.  Waterways Commission, at the annual  meeting of the Association of Domin- -  Wneal Kcst  Magnitude-   cf   th_*   Task   Ccnfronting  -"'x the Agriculturist  Tbere should be considerable public  ion "Land" Surveyors held at * Ottawa,' interest in^the efforts being made to  when^ he was asked to ^participate in \ control the wheat rust pest. A series  the .'discussion on  the" report  of  the : of conferences between officials of the  land settlement committee of the  association. He said he jbad reached  a point where he was critical of Canada's ' colonization problems.  "I do~noc Believe we are taking hold  and nailing people" down to the* land,"  said "Mr." Magrath, "with that courage  wewould apply to big business, and  11 regard colonization as the - biggest  business of. this country." - He was  .not prepared to criticize governments,  but he thought there were too many  Seed Crowing In BrifssSa ColnmMa  er's statement.  "We are selling Drumheller^ coal "at  $18.75 in Sudbury and other nearby  points "and it is being bought in pref-  .ereriee to the American coal at the  .same . price," Mr. 'Walker reported.  "Sixty per cent, of the" consumption  of Sudbury is western,.and this percentage is increasing all the "time."-1���������  Free Press.    .    ,  FTlTiT  \  BewarV;:pf Imitations!  Why Poultry Pays  -__  Big."- Increase   in   Dressed   Fowl   Ship  77;-\ments',From Manitoba Town  j*v/'Thall.74^?^^<>^. farmers  are get-,]  .-"ting <away from'"disastrous wheat min--  ing- and settling down  to  farming  is  again Indicated hy the fact that a co--  Operativ^e organization, formed in IS22,  With Hartney as  neadciuart^rs,  ship-1-  ped out five cars .of dressed poultry  from nine shipping'ppints in 1922, and  30   cars   from. 25   shipping   points  in  19J23. ^  ,Th.e-. birds^--!Werer packed*-in  parchment-lined     boxes,    under    the  supervision   of  experts- .employed by  the Dominion" Department of Agricul-,  ture.   " The cost of handling was* one  and a half cents per pound in 1922;  and was  somewhat  less last .season."  1     -  The prices received f.o.b. last season  were 20 cents fo;;-.__"������.\1 turkeysr 18.  cents for No>Z2 and 1 _ cents iter No. 3,  Chickens realized 1S������ ce-nts-idr. JSTo. 1  and 15 cents  for No.  2, while geese",  fetched 14 Cents.  V  New   Building   Material  .- 'V,  Waste Paper Used-In Bui Id lag Homes  - 'In Sweden  A new building material made from  I w"oste paper and designed for ceilings  ! and wali linings has been perfected by  ���������^?i^^������Jf������^Kn3*i.,^7Ji^^5a   Swedish   engineer,   and  production  package or on tablets you are not get- j* ,���������-,.,.  ting the genuine Bayer Aspirin proved "oa a Jar���������e scale soon will be under-  eafo by .millions ,' and, 'prescribed. - by j  physicians over twenty-three yej"rs for  Colds   v "' ���������,' Headacho      |"   ,  ably in the past few years. The most  of this" seed is. ..grown in the 'interior  part of the province and with the climatic conditions such as they have  there,,,is little reason why a greater  quantity, should not be grown. .7A.  McMeans, seed production specialist,  Vancouver, B.C., has divided the province into the following'four districts,  -with suitable crops for each:  , District No: 1.���������Lower Fraser an^  lower half of Vancouver Island: Pole  and broad "beans, beet, cabbage, celery, kale, parsley, "peas, spinach, mangel and swede.  District No. 2."���������"Lower interior, embracing the dry- bell^ east of the Cascade Mountains to and including the  Oka.nagan*f iDwarf beans, beet, carrot,  lettuce, grille-seeds, onion, parsnips,  j:adisli# sweet corn/tomato and mangel.      - .,   - -  District No. 3.���������Central Interior of-  British Columbia: Rutabaga or swede  turnip, parsriip a*nd peas.    -  District, "No. ^-^Kqotenay, embracing that district -east of the Okanagan  and sout":hd"f-"the'Onain"'line" of. the .Canadian Pacific '"Railway :"r Dwarf-, beans,  beet, carrot, onion,"parsnip and "mangel.       v_^.   -    .  9 s Ailments  Caused by Feglect  Proper Treatment Will Quickly  Bririg-  Back Robust .Health  and Good Spirits  Toothache"    <'���������'���������' litimbngo '<  Neuritis       -'        Rlieumatlem'  Neuralgia  - Pain, Pain  Accept "Bayer Tablets'of Aspirin1'  ��������� only. TEacli unbroken package con-  '���������ft-iIns proven dffectlons. Handy boxes  p( twelve tablets cost few "Cents. Drugr  s gists also sell bottles,ot 24 "and' 100.  :Aspirln is the trade mark (registered,  ������;ln Canada) oC Bayer Manufacture ot  '-] Monoacetlcacidos tor of Sallcylicacld.  TWhllo it is well loiown that Aspirin  ^jneanB Bayer manufact^e,,to'fasBls.t"  ; 'tho public against imitations*' the-Tab*  'lets ofT3nyer Cornpany will bo otaTjapn ]  :':ed;witb theitf'/gc"-oral trade ma'-rl^'the  ." "BiivGr Cross.'*   7-- -A,.'    A."  taken. .      Ax  . The raw-' materials are ordinary  ..waste paper such as accumulates in  citic-s, ^ clay. an\i - sulphate lye,, the  cheapness of which warrants an inexpensive finished product. The covering Is said to be fireproof "arid d.urw  able;���������. can be applied by unskilled  labor, wlll^take -papii*, paint, or stain,  and can even be polished. It is a  good,non-conductor, and does not respond to changes In temperature.  !;   From" the tramp's point    of   view  i:no mtm ought to do enough ivorlc to  render a vacation necessary.';  ",    Malia-,1m lliu mot-t thickly pbpuluttid  ���������'Ibland.in the-woricl. ��������� .".'-*"���������"'';'���������������������������;'������������������'  '1;���������, ��������� ,;������������������     ,,;��������� ''���������,;,.���������,'���������, -liS; )������������������,���������,������������������/���������   '   1 vf JLJI_H.������ 55" ^--tSL^AJL" ,���������{���������   .  , Mlwa^'a wilt ease, the pain and  8l,llfnoss.  The old'reliable remedy.1    /  xl v. \nu  ,v(,;;;,'Skin';Disease In Livestock''  "'  7:  - Farniei> Middlesex' .Co.-~Qu.es.���������-One  of "iniy .aniaiials seeins^-tio have-,, some-  kind:pf :.������k)jn. diseaje.,���������'7What.,..had"!  better do? ' " Z  Ans.���������Report at once to the nearest  v eterlnary-. Inspector. . Yoii'. might  also write to th e, ye terinar yvl ns p e c tor -  ttoneral, Jptta'w'a.* ,,foi* a list pt' dislp-  fectnuta,, with -vvhiplx ti% given full, iu -  fitructlohs'aB to 1 Ib^e'pnrairbn1'and use.'  A recent) y is������ued bnll.6t.ln' by; Dr,  George Hilton, Chief ^VetorTnar'^'.' In-  sppctor, which can ii.cT 'iiact, 'fred' from  the PmblicatRms Branch, Department  oC Agriculture, Ottawa, will also Cur-  nlsli  you with ncccasary Information.  . Women are on the whole more sickly than men. One reason is- that  their system is more "complicated;  another and more important reason  Is, tbrey put oft measures of relief too  long. At the beginning, constipation  is the cause of nine-tenths of women's allnfents. The blood becomes  weakened, and polluted���������the .nerves  suffer, and a run-down condition takes  root." ������. ,        >,     ^'  Because of their mildness of action  as a system regulator, no medicine for  -women can compare wlth^Dr. 'Hamilton's Pills. The kidneys quickly respond to tbo remedial action of Dr.  Hamilton's Pills, and tho result is as  you would expect-r-pairi in the back  and side, shortness of breath, and bad  color disappear���������the functions- of the,  body then operate naturally, congesi-;  tion and path are prevented, and per-"  .feet health returns. "���������*'.,.. *     ':'���������]  Thousands of happy women say DiV  Hamilton's Pills arc the greatest and  best'.blood purifier, .tho finest complexion renewor, the most certain regulating medicine known.*, Sqld by all  druggists and storekeepers, 25c per  box, .fiye for $1.00 postpaid, from Tho  Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.  street corner critics instead of the  big men of the country taking hold ot  the problem.  "When it cohn.es to national problems I see very little ,evidence of  team play from leading men in this  country," said Mr. Magrath.. * He  heard lots of talk about, colonization  but frankly, much of it was not worth j  listening to. ,  "We all seem so busy that we don't  seem-to get down to shirt sleeve policy of' colonization for this country.*'  Privately-owned unoccupied lands  near the railways constituted one -of  the problems of land settlement, remarked" Col. Jl" S. Dennis of the Canadian Pacific Railway. There were  163,000,000 -acres of privately--owned  unoccupied lands within 15 miles ot  railwaj's in the west, and of these 25,-  000,000 acres were suitable for -mine  i#T-������������r������-f-������>   -   cinO^"-*-^������o.*'*"-������!*������������������*��������� *- "TJTch        "��������������������������� -**���������*-������-'*a  co-operation between the -surveyors  and the railway companies' land settlement activities, and expressed surprise at the -extent of land classification whicl1 had been done as revealed  In the report, of ths committee.  Price Green, of the Canadian National Railways, Joined with Goi. Dennis in regretting that more use was  not made of information of the -government departments.'  -'        *        ' ��������� ���������  In i\i& presidential address' Major  H. - Douglas Nelles remarked . that  probably-'the fgenefal piiblip was" unaware that 'Canadian surveyors have  mapped out between* 40,000-and 50,000  square -miles -of'Canadian territory.  He claimed thai in this respect Canada had surveyed more territory and  developed ��������� the - method to 'a higher  state of perfection than any- other  country in the worlds Jn the actual  work of land sub-division_ Canada  had been able to keep up with the  settlements as' required.  Though the conditions of agriculture are not everything that might be  desired, there is reasonable prospect  of a revival in the near future, that  should reflect upon the entire' commerce of this country and work to  the benefit, indirectly, of the business  and professional men.  This was the message of Hon.  Charles Stewart, minister of the interior. Mr. Stewart spoke of tlie tendency on the part of many people to  leave i"; to the government and leaders of the country to solve the problems, adding .that some of tbe most  valuable suggestions carae to the government from .unexpected quarters.  He urged that technically trained men  should offer suggestions when possible to tho government in matters oi*  technical research In this country.   ,  federal -department of agriculture at  Ottawa is being held on this subject,  with a view to deciding the policy  which will be followed tliis year to  combat rust, and announcement of  their plans may be -made soon.  -'. Rust in wheat Is one of the big problems of Western. ��������� Canada. It is a  blight which attacks the growing grain  and destroys it. A farmer may see  his wbeat fields ripening in good shape  towards a large harvest, and sudden-  | IjV owing to weather conditidhs, rust  j will appear on- the standing crop and  the,fields become mere fields of headless' straw. The losses to Manitoba  alone last year from wheat rust were  enormous, the entire crop in some  sections of" the province having been  very badly hit''by this blight. " i  Tbe problem seems to be to get a  rust-resisting type of a high quality  wheat. And the complication comes  in" from the fact that there are som������  thirty-odd varieties of rust, and what  is wanted is a good milling, early maturing wheat that IsVesistant to them  all. This gives some idea of the magnitude of the task confronting our ag-  riculturial scientists and also the  amount of encouragement they are entitled to expect in pursuit of a task'so  closely related to the prosperity of  nme- i {{ie wheat growing industry. At the  ~"~ " present time the rust pest is costing  the people of^this country millions of  dollars every, year.���������I<"ree Press.  Still Doing Great  Work For women  What Mrs.  Vailiancowtt Says of  Dodd's Kidney Pills  .      - H   She   had suffered   from   Rheumatism,  . Sciatica, Gravel and Backache, and  found * relief jri Dodd's Kidney Pills.  Dili Siding,". Ont.���������CSpecial).���������One  more tribute* to the" great, work Dodd's  Kidney'Pills are doing for the women  of- Canada comes from ��������� Mrs. Prank  'Vaillancourt, well known and_highly  respected here.  "I have suffered for 14 years^-from  a -complication of kidney troubles and  have never found any remedy-that has  done me as much good as your Dodd's  Kidney Pills have. There was a  friend of mine who was feeling very  poorly and I told, her of the good  Dodd's Kidney Pills did for me. She  used three boxes and "is feeling fine  now."  Dodd's Kidney Pills are a kidney  remedy. They relieve the work of  the heart, by putting the kidneys in  shape to strain all the impurities out of  the blood. Pure blood carried to all  "parts of the body means new health  all over the body.   4  424,000 Miles  1 * V  Imagine, fifty-three worlds the size  of our own planet strung as a necklace. Enough iead-covere4 telephone  cable was produced during the month  of November at the Western Electric  Works, at Chicago; to go through flfty-  three__Hlbbes the size of our own. This  gives us some idea of the magnitude  of the electrical business.  Tell a girl she is an angel, imd tho  chances ore sho will want you to fly,  with hjeiv  ���������Ii  The brass drum covers a multitude  of mistakes made by the rest of the  band. ���������     ' ���������������'���������'���������'   ���������:......  In news- of weddings papers describe everything the bride wears but  tlie look of triumph.���������-Ifrich f-Teratd.  Some   things   are   pretty   bad, but  the worst has never happened..  worn.  J__V pi,  JLZr-U  innjtTATEn nv  SUN.WIN1XDUSX &CINDERS  -ucoHMiiinto 6- sou) mr oavaoins ������- omciANS  *HMT_ IO* r������������. m (*M ������OOIt.  UCJUW* CO.ClltCAeO.D4JI  Imports and Exports of Settlero Effects  Settlers* effects, valued at $0,00,1,-  107, were brought into Canada last  year, a decrease of two millions from  1023, andta"bout;ttheflamo^afl 18-22.'Exports ot settterft'; cWeets last year is  viilu������'dt 'by -tlio ';-jo<i|niiaj"on ' Bureau ot,  Statistic"! at $10,608,107; marking a  ateady Increase for the last four years.  //"fbl* Y0UP 0WM SAKlN  ���������l������  t   .  <^<m*������#������  Zutfjt&J!*^  \\Ja    H ������^  rm ,  i wmo  we ECONOMY ���������irr"  (At_sa ii4 PMMMiSPS, VSfckL 2at)  59 j THE QBESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C.  Subscription: $2.50 a year in advance.  $3.00 to U.S. points.  C. F< Ha-tbs, Editor and Owner.  CRESTON, B.C.. FRIDAY, APR. Ii  j&uMmmMP ������Jj-v������inr_-.-'f__-*_;  required in this-community we wiii I  surrender all claim on the trade, }  but we do protest against being  passed up on the unconfirmed say-  so of order-takers -who glibly assure  | tbat the local office can't do tbe  work, or some other equally -iimsy  misrepresentation.  F  =*"������-'������  t  _llJd  By way of convincing readers  tbat the fruit grower is not the  only one who had bis troubles keeping out of tbe sheri-Fs bands last  year, we would point out that according to McKim's 1924 directory  no less than 47 weekly, four semi-  weekly and seven daily newspapers  were forc&u out of business during  192a  And to sknw tbat either S.O.  was the more prosperous, or tbe ed  itors in this province have greater  staying powers or resourcefulness,  it must be mentioned that but two  of the ,now-defnnct weeklies were  published in .British Columbia.  In this connection, too, it may be  said that some credit, is due Cres-  tjn, or the Review���������or both���������that  this paper has not figured in thei  casualties, because a very careful  perusal of tbe directory shows that  _ Creston is the smallest (as topopn  . lavtioss) centre in all the province  claiming a regulation home-printed  weekly.  It is well that all our subscribers  should read, mark, learn and inwardly digest this latter statement  -���������more especially those who are un  der the impression that it is about  time the  old $2 subscription  rate  ._, -���������__-a  George Cam has gone to Detroit,  Mi<*b.������ where he is undergoing specialist treatment- in that. city.  .       . " .,  3upt. Fiett and B & B Master Robertson, with an auxiliary crew - were  c-lled here 6iT Sunday murning to  straighten out an accident here. After  a few .hours they ���������"*-������--.--������=*--? *������������������������ **  hi-ook-.  paid on twenty cougar brought Ih to  the ghrovinciai police at Fernie*  .  returned  Rod und gun clubs-hr the. Okanagan  are organizing, crow killing days.     .   .-  ��������� * -  v ���������*_.  At Grssd. Fork-rth-sr manager-������">f .ths  co operative _r_ittf selling   house- will  At Pentieton an effort is being made jdpaw*M0 a month this year...     __  to form a "ESGOJnsnr-tuiee' club." j    Dr. Garner,  who has b������en  practis-  Ths -S^slo JsUotenalaii   says  Ffau-k [������������ ?%**>$* ?0?th* ������**-���������??**r yea^  CbandterJiad a cherry tree Us^bloom |������ moving to I^ke-Cowlchan.  on March SSGth. i    Alreadv this year  bountv has been  *. 0.0���������+ if. is taffy puli^ thai .ju&.being  Tesorted'_io.entei-tai& the Fre&byterian  vpun-e-neonle at Kaslo. ������������������-  ,A,central "-FairaierB*- Institute��������� for  Boet^-Kootenay is Suggested, with  Cb^st-ajbrook as "���������central.**      - "--���������--    -' ���������  'Jack ttoberts/of ^Cranbrook  states S  that he is already using -spinach and  lettuce .of 1924 planting.    ~  Shareholders in  the curling rink at  Feraite were paid "an 8 per cent, divs-  jdenja on.I@_TO operations. .',"..  Vi-ritprs; to Kasio .will be psrsnitted  *.-*"���������_a___ ___!ej? _������_ Aa*,---j^^M=i������ s^ '#-B-ea4/-*'j-i  - For Same���������Fresh" milch cows,  Smiths Creston. 7  . Balk    seeds  at  Mawson Brothers.  -catalogue - prices.  flniiisap Oiiiirsli Sgfi?^#  lilitiiiliiliP^^  rsu... ..  vfegg^gTKJp-yr,  With the freight traffic,, three work  trains and extra gang outfits Sironr is  a very bu y burg these days, but now  the cool miners strike is on things will (at a charge of 82 pet day.  Invertnere fall fair paid $670 in cosh  prises at the 1923 "exhibition*    In 1022  lighten up a little.  Mrs. Touhey, who   has been a kos  pital patient at, Cranbrook' fos? almost  two months^ return-ad home -on Mon  day much -iuuiptt-veu Su  Mrs. Morrow,.wife of extra gang  foreman, John Morrow, was here from  Cranbrook for a few   days*   visit   last  the prize money was $456.  Of the 1921 tax levy of  Grand Forks, 13 miiis i-3  finance the town's schools,  35  mills  'i?������i5 555 ������  at  _T������I��������� 1 __.__,_-_  The C.P.R. sawmill at "Sahk  com-  menced the season's cut last week, and  Chickens, &c������, on hand*  ! expects to run aii summer.  "   _  If a newspaper is  of  any assist  ���������������*������CC* ������IS  ������sas> ucvciu|/uiouu   *j>_     a Cumi  munity the same incident should  forcibly impress on' the business  men cf the town; and others^ that  iu order'to snake it stick the local  paper needs aii the business that  originates in Che village and sur  rounding country.       ^_     - ������������������ ,-   ,  We emphasize this in connection  with commercial printing in the  winch some of the merchants are  showing a tendency to send their  money rut of town for printing  that can be had in Creston of as  good quality and just as attractive  prices. -       -   *     _  The    Review     plant    is     fully  equipped to take care of  all the local needs in the printing  line iu s.1  most- every detail, and   just  out off  courtesy should have, at  least, op  portunity to quote prices.  This is all that is asked. We  don't even plead "patronize home  industry.** Any time we haven't  the mechanical ability, equipment  and stock to compete with the out  eider on 95 per cent, of tbe printing  yon for "the   weekend,   returning   on  Sunday.  Gus Omen, who has been awarded  the contract, of handling the slip at  Kootenay landing, has quit the Me-  Cu.be bridge crew to assume his new  The three work -trains, two pulling  la and the other unloading, are *3������i*3g  big- business this month, unloading as  high as 100 cars per day at the LondJ}  ing trestle.  Conductor .Jack Ingham, who * has  cSarge ofohe of the -work trnitis between Canyon and here, had his wife  and raiullv here fro;:- Crs-nbrook for a  visit this week;'  As finally revised 7the tax rate at  Cranbrook this year win ��������� be 47 -iniup*  In 1823 the rate was 51 mills. ' --  We have only a limited quantity on banA  Buy early and" avoid ^disappointment.  ^.v.^  We ore giving ONE-THIRD OFF sxii Easter NooelHes  ueiihih*c esmv&pU&n of ���������h&zola������z^Eggs, -&s-  H  1  -p-'-t:  OGILVIEGoods ere dependable  I  FARMERS' SUPPLY  DEPOT  HAY, FLOUR, CRAM dk  POULTRY SUPPLIES  CHICK FEED and  Chick MM Mash  for those spring chickens.  It pays to use BURNS*  FERTILIZER  wo.have it.  IfnpEcmttntB'  -B������ J^ Whiteside is   back  at  Sirdar  for b. few weeks stay.    He is on the engine of tne unloading   work   train   at  the."Landing, which   is   in   charge  off  Conductor G. S. Moore.   - -   -  = San to P-yscuzzo was forced to go to  Cranbrook^ on" -"S^nday^'for-- medical  treatruentv' having- taken^c-% very bad  c ������1<3, the aftei effects IoT Hfthting his  greenhouse fire the Friday night pre-,  vious. -   t  Dr. Henderson of Ci-est������Mi mode several professional visits here last week,  sssvera colds being  somewhat prevalent.    The four-year   old - daughter  of  Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Brown, wh" had  pneumonia,  is doing nicely now and  considered out of danger-  Mrs. Jones of Kuskanook was here  for Church service on Sunday morning  and reports gardening well advanced  at that point.   She is erecting a suit  able building on   the   townsite   there  and will cutvr to the tourist .travel as  well a������ joy riders, serving   ice   cream.  Bight lunches, etc.   This will be a great  boon to Crestouites upending the weekend and holidays at that point:  S. Pascwaao suffered a very heavy  loss by Ore on' Friday morning last  when hEs greenhouse went up in  smoke. Tbe lire was noticed by the  \ yard crew u-eturning from work at the  Landing about 3 a.m., who immediate-^-  ly gave the alarm, but, aa the flames  had gained such headway, very little  effective fire fighting-could bo done.  Indirectly the loas is quite severe as  the hothouse was full to capacity with  all fcind������ of early vegetable plants that  were about ready for setting out ln the  Paocuzzo garden.   .  Mr. Cx-retti, the well known O.P.R.  diver, in charge of thia  work   for all  Unas v������e_t of Fort William, Ont., with  a crew of ten under water men, were  nt Kootenay Landing for five' days last  week, examining and renewing the  tracks under water at the ������Hp. (finding  evfli-ytlylng-In p-nnd -snano. ' Mr.'Cer,  etti has b������en at this work for the **om-  paiiy for the past twenty y&trs, and  has voerit the past few months at  point*- west of Winnipeg examining  all under water bowoments. Viom  here he went to Nelson and Bonnlng-  tow Falls for Inspection visits, and left  for howi-* on April AWL  ������jr������  ,.r%jr r-r JC-J%    *fJT 4K%.jr#k'M 0m*r%  complete with truck, at a price  that cannot be duplicated.  U J_. Cui.       nu_r I   IH_P B_P |������ 1   1  J_Tjljri_,hMr#   awJl \Jp w\ W%t "#8-^"-^  The fall fair at Invermere* amongst  II. G. Ilamiltout $0*1-  Now t.h������t thw Mkating -m-hhoii lo over  fcb������ Oi'fli-nwwid lov������ra ot mport are ol-  r<-ady ������>njoylng tt-innlw.  According to rno CtasM.tn racii������i <nti*  (Hm tti-H almost nn numerous as grama*  phones at Grand Forks.  Gold -Coin  Yellow  Hi ������  in 10-pound sa&ks*/  Druggists dk Stationer*  ZA'yx  1K6 FIIIISF  io convenient packages  *-*ll____i_B5_BB8~f.  Jd  i  JLX  ���������jfr-..  B     **      "      ���������     H __ _K_"'l^b^ m^m.  ' H _M_I _-Hki W\0 _f9 mr^m. mwSk O^m  A Cotnplefey.Ctrr^JNo  ������"ia-gi������������i%  aa"3������-wiw.  -"���������t'7:P  , Com pare the CITS VROL.ET Touring with iariy car near its  price! I Let your o^mparison be as searohif^g ancl exh^stlve sM  searching and exhsmstive as ybii can make it.' Tdu^'wiU^^^that  yotf'get the best transportation value per "dollar that- money can  buy anywhere.    Your verdict will be for CHEVitOjuET.     '     -  * r  LIUGATt  CHBVKOLST SIOTCP. CASS AX&)  _.   "nttroKS ���������  AOENT&  VAVKBAKKfUTMOR3H" LJOHTTNG  PliAMTS Jt OA8 HMGINPB  ,  ^7  Therefore a few of your requirements  7���������������������������.���������" will be  \_ft!TRllaTla������*''iR''  4������HLmmmmV mWLm\m*M  'JnLm.:   llO������  '. JL      "���������"���������"  Me-lium Red CLOVER, No. 1  _^^^_* '"__* -        _^^~ "- -* l__H_*__' '' Mm.      ^_HI___.4__IH_k '  Dwarf Essex RAPE ��������� ��������� ���������  "' SUNFLOWER .���������,���������,��������� ���������  See our windows for oilier Seeds, etio.  :,i,, ���������,::���������:;  LIMITED  iS-SrSBB iS'iSSSB  ������ste  50c* lb������  lb*.  '���������,.;'-..'V ���������-'.  X'l     ���������;}.  1  ������*���������-  I?  m  ii  i  i  i &-  fJF_abB,7C_SSSSOK 1KETISW  ���������*szr  Hoi  horses which I  sozas - gcc^-JjEraaeh  will   trade   for;miBoh  cows.   Chas. O. Bodger*"- Creston*.  Vcusr SA^K-^Je^y-AyrahiKs&Ww.--^  years old;-will, freshen end' of MatesbV  $65.   A. I_. Ba-rafeardt,-tfiemily, es.O."  Local and Personal  Cortme. of  Nelson," registrar:! largest turnout of th* series of half a I auxiliary to the nava.  ft  & for the Creston riding, was"' dozen   meetings. _ Bev.   J. A.   James {Empire,, as organization  "u *>���������  Wm. Morrow.1 who has -been working at Kelloggv -Idaho,   for the   past  If three uionths, is home for a visit withr  the family here,  -% _-������^*r~   ������-.' _-_  -  - ~y~      I -  jawa. _.%>������! _���������������  -S^1^! spe-at  the    wiots-*  ==-.t-2    friends  in  V1 Gedr*Eiar^-_nd other southern   points*  fsetiirneu~fco> Creston on Wednesday"  *_=... .������<  hsu   ass  Will ���������������..  those  to.whom  I owe  money .- kindly"   present" - their ^  accounts . to me- .������Tt. or before  Tuesday, AprilllSth.-  And  will   those: who * owe- m&~  kindly snake paynient_c-f their -  ^accounts on or.before Jiuesdayi  JApril 15th.   ,     '.._,''  Fob. SA-uis^Gansge, 1Q a 1* feet;  tent, 22 x 16 feet,, with floor. aa_&-g-So������t  -s-stU-^^soline llgbtln*-- -system ^.wfith  tw630Oc.p. lamps;'riding'saddle, step  ladder, ancLother articles. * Wm- Morrow,' .Cseston. '-       ���������    " ��������� "     ,  :;W. J������E. Biker9 water rights engin-  eer. Nelson, was here on an official  visit at the end of the week.'He s^-ites  that never since the records have been  kept has the Water in43o������t River been  |    John  * of voters  twins'- on Wednesday  holding aa.'official cou-rt of revision of  the voters list., During his stay he  addedabout* fi-wa^names. -For the  list Which closed on Monday there will-  be af final' revision some tEpie about the  middle of May bnt it is not certain  thai there will be a sitting of the court  ������ere. _  s". W. Pblsiip^ ySxio has been , in  charge of repair .work on' the Donain-  ; Into - government * telephone . line Between _*ra������-aran&>"_rahii- for th-r-.past  two yeat-_v With 'hw_dquarters at Creston, left at tbe end  of  the, week  for  tlufSiy  on  " with Rev.  detivsrect   a  f-Duty and Ideal off Prayer,  G. Knox presiding, and Mrs. Garland  officiating at the piano. The next  united .."worship will be on Good Friday "nighty April 18ih- at S o'clock, |  which isjdesignated as -'The Appeal of j  the jGross," and. to which both^-he men |  asc!-ladies are eordsaHy invited. ������  the [ splendid service  forces  of   the  l that rendered  throughout-   the late  war.  I^Sw-.-Sm*   Sis.    ������*-������������  ispi  en  so Saw as it was aw the  -3.B.U    -_F������  ftfV1IWlM_A_hrtl���������I #V>'  ^njrmMM __������.c_a������������������ajrf^  a wtwvt  _ ... 15th s3!  business will be conducted on  a~ Gash  ba������s< or . with.,those,  who -prefer |fe-^1---will--accept  Butte?* Eggs, Vm.%. Beef and  Pork same as cash.  OnslDe WlqMia Soasiars  ILF8E9KELSON, ErUISM r  .. The liadiea'  Aid   of the  Methodist  Church announce their Sasfear teffi-sawie  I Cor Saiupd-.y afternoon. April ISth, in  I  IWV-' I Wr������- r n  BsKE   1>  -c_er.t-5_ sar.it.  - ���������������"_������.������,__  C?"L^  uc  arid  u ~  m. _LjdLISlC:_������S  :pairmg  New St&������ of)  Harness  Merrittj   to walci.pom* sm* nas  transferred.  "He is "succeeded temporarily by Fred Hale    Mrs. Phillips and  children will be leaving about the first  of May."  -------  Koch " grower   in  Creston   Valley  should be out on Monday night for the  meeting in Sweets* Hall   at 8  d-clock,~  and, which ������*S3! iss addressed byHCessrs-  s-s t^. ������ ������������t. lHn"w4a.   Mauekexi   -and 'McNair -of   che  of sewing, cooking candy, and cafeter- 1 Associated growers.   The* mating Ss f  $s, Jen; -Ind the houte  u-re  2.30  to5.3&Imo<������t;.mpd-rta������t as It is expected that ^ Jj^jjf  c'rfocb^ "* " | a definite   aanoui-kjement  as  to   the i  Associated^ policy for 18@4 ' both in  B.C., as well as at* Creston, will be  very definitely mado*  Fred Xtewlo, who is /how- owner of  tbe former Morgan ranch on the *aoafc  Etiver bottom, tost Vis born, team of  horses, democrat and most all his farm  equipment in ������v nr-s *vvhich destroyed  the b-irn on Thursday night last. -The  nvejiaa gaiiied>eiich/ headway before  being noticed that even the wagon and  I   _������__ft���������*C     '     *.������-._ JL. -_���������--. ���������       -.t���������������.���������.__.        --11 ----l**-,-^      *pmmm>.m*  ^UrtHor. Wednesday, April 2Srd; com-[  ~Mr. "������nd Mrs. 0, C XSibha" have as  thtnr fi'uest the-former's "siste?, Miss  PaiHine Gibbs, who reached- Cranbrook about two months 3������g������ direct  from. lSngland, expecrting to nurse hex1  sister������:the late -Mrs. Fred - Ash-back to  health, ssnd then come on t*s Creston.  with her for an extended holiady.  Miss G-ibbs-foxmerly belonged to the  W.K.A.C; of- England, " the^-romeo's  Estimates given.  CRESTON  Ar  ep  ���������������������������������������  fats  Anglican UEinren sere ices  ��������� IMP- #.W  M B*)-3"������l*  CRESTON  te.ni.; 7.30 p.m.  ERICSSON  2.00 p.m.  AR7HVR COLLIS, Creaton  r.e. smm-re  .syai uiiai������ lodp, ft, 2S3r.  Mo.t.THjKDTH!JKSDAT of  cvu-ssa _  uniueu - ������fcw      Jscib-un-ie  saall.'   v usinng brethren eomi-  ���������. ally invited.  1       -      ���������  isaaic oi^sok .w.m.  .* W. E- Robinson of Nelson, the Do  minion -fishery inspector for Kooten-  ay-Boirndary, is here on an official via-  stthis "wet-fc, posting ar new lot of  nstiess re the cUfSlng of Goat River  above the canyon, which is.effective  'for another year. ���������-"--  -^JThe'^iria Guild - of Christ Church  %w1_l entsMPtaim the Bnesshers sas^ sidhei'-  ents of Christ Church .at a congrega-  -^onal social   evening" in   the - Parish  IB-SB  1^     KlBI#liy>-   H������   IIII      i III  a  **&������.*���������������% SL    A l*v*I"-fi������-  ivj.E__E������_.\>cmiK_a^ i -_?  Stove in  connection   _  mehcBng at 8ff30, and to, which all Anglicans are invited.  "Dates' for Ca-eston's six-day Ohautau-  " 8 qua*-have been definitely fixed for the  8 wgcSe comnseascitig Mosday, June 2nd-  (This year's big week of entertainment  I will TS������\ better  than   ever," the  pio  I-jrssnsKe * showing^ more   music  and  - light**-- features than in the past.  saved, were partly-.burned. The loss  will be in the neighborhood of ������709,  with no insurance.' - ���������-  Sim and Harness Repairing  .   ^tf__.fiiKtie.iHP'r -  lANBACIAMINOMEMTS  9+TJrlS   *r%.rvm*mma  -> WOWUC4  PRS-EIWPTSONa  Vacaa^... " unreserveA*  surveyed  Crow-a lahda may "i>e pro-������E-Pt<-id by  Brft&ob sUbJ-sfctooVerl* yssars of ������������������.  an& b-raltcna .on dewaarins- lnt������a������Uon  t������ become .BriUsb subiecta, con^U-r  tional' upon resldenco,. occuiiatlon;  and" impM*vts-meat'! for - asriculturat  l������ui*_K������Ba.'::;^'-;A;7 r %-.,    t_������;. rtl-���������   ,  IraH, infe-^w-stjKfidi-- vdmemsmtAs- regu-.  ationa regarding " pre-emvttona Is  Slven fla. Bulletin K*o=, 1, Land Series.  "How to Pr*-������mxit ������.<&nd>M cdptas ot  which can be obtained troo of choree  by addresoSng -Iho - I>es������a*-tment of  i-anda- Victoria, BvC^-or to any Gov-  "**!-__���������������*'*_> .Asent.  RecordB will be- -granted coVerlna  only Land suitable for agricultural  purfHinea, and which Ss not tlniber-  laa������, ..������.. carryinie over MOO board  feet pe* acre west of ������h* Coast Ranije  on'd- 8.Q&Q feet per acre east or that  Rongra. " '  Applications  for pre-emptiona  are '  to be  addressed to the Land Com-  mlvBLo**-er of the La-rid Hteeordtn*-: l>i-  -/lalon. tn which the land apptffd for  Is ei&natsds and ara.made on prlnUKl  forma. (*os>les of which  can "frs  ob-  'tainaa- from tha Land Comxnluloner. -  -  Fr������-empttons roust-be occupied for -  flv������ ycora  and  Emprovementa  made  to value.of 910 x>sr acre, including  oleariing- and culttvattitB at least Cv������  acres, bsfore a Crown Grant can b������  received.  IVwr mora detailed intorniatkon -mm  tha Bulletin "How to Pre-empt  Kjan<lt,H  .  PURCHACE  i  Ap-pUcatlans ara x-acelv������d for pur  chaae of vacant- > and unrascrved  Crown lands, not belrfg: tlmberlanrt.  for agricultural purposes; it..nlmutn  prlo* of ftrst-olass <arabl������) land i������ *B  p������r acre, and aecand-claas (f-rat-tn0>���������  'anal $2.C������ per acr������. FurtSacr Snforj  matlon rovardlna "p-iirchaBe oif loo-ae  of Crown landals trlvon In Bulletin  No. 10, I_and "Series. "Purchaaa wid  ."  Lcaae of Crown Rands."  ' MUH. factory, or. Indue trial site* ori  timber land, ��������� not ������xce������dlnB ������������������������> acres,  may b������ purchased or loosed, tho con*:  dltlfl-na Inoludtnic payment cl  atuxo-a'aKa. ".'.  ; HOMESITE   LEASES  ' I Uiriisurvoye-1: m'*������tm. not excasdlnB SO  .���������toroti, niay b������ laatatd. um bamk!~i2t������M~.  IconaJtlmn-i-'l upon a dwelling: balnn  erected In tha ������r-t jr*������r, tltl-s b������ln������  obtalnabl ��������� after residence and Ira-  prowcnisnt "'OondHSons . anv' ��������� fulflUaa  and Uund baa basn aurveysd.  .,;.,i.:      ZZ'[::[iM^imzZ-       ;,:t.:^  For rraaing  and '-Industrial  pose* areas ��������� not ������xos������dlTj# M49  -eaay be , l������as������d by on*. .p������r������0T-  ���������QWAJ-BNCi '".'���������.  Ilndsr ths araalns Act' th������"Prov-'  lno������ *.������'> dtvtdna' Irntto- ffraalnar dlBtrtcLi  and Ch*' ranva administered "under i  Oraslne - : commissioner, ' Ann-imi  .cra-Elng: peymtt--- ors insucd bussd on  numbers- ran*re.*p,''PWc������Sty >������*��������������������� !������1.v*n  to e-itAbU������hid oKmtt.-i. ��������� Stock-ownart  may < form ���������. .aasonJiiittons ���������' far ' ramet  ���������namsa������m*nt.   Fr-ws. or 'partially .frea  ,j^4.M*>������>imW       ������������|- W       kMi wmMtrfrnt-** - W *���������-������.'->  "unpini   and  trav-jUmtr-i.   up  ti������-Mi<  first of the "week' has started gardening operations and-if-ajll the &eeds that  are going in -umterialize up to. the  standard indicated hy the pictures ran  the"seed .packets, there should be .a  vronSsM-fss! sho*?- o?" vegetables -^s,t tt-ts  year'e fail-fair.  ^Secretary C-Cpt. Cronapton of-the  -Rod and *G������sb ,Club'lsaa Just bees ^d-  * fTOted^-Safc tlggftshery="ndepai"^mei-tt has,  arranged ?^-tl^e-alocking of ;^eadow  knd' Arrow. C-^j������ with eastern brook  trout fry.l A supplj of aoo-it 40.OGQ of  these-will be' placed, in these. stJrjSii.^as,  about the"ehd of the tuontit-" *:,"."' -"*"  ��������� - , t '  To help defray "an overdue interest  IpaVmfnton.tfie^ftf  directors* ar-^putting o"n a i-kffiterol*  cc-nple of spring. pig9, aK *������ Ve??*-%  ticket, with tbe^drawing to take place  on Siiturday night- April 19th. There  is two chances on7each tickt-t, with  the high number taking first choice of  the porkers.  '��������� - *" - .    .     '" '  The Rod and'Gun Club   liberated   a  flock of fifteen Mongolian pheasants in  the nnighborhooa   of   Mujor   MuUan-  daine*sbarn on  Thursday  last.   The  biwls were presented "the ctiib by the  Provincial Game tJonservatinn Board, jpingpoEnt!*, with  About twelve years ago a similar sSzed  fliiek'was turned" loose but the severe  wintcr'of 1915-16 /thinned  them "out  very Ejeverely,  Mr. and Mrs. K. S. McCreath  themselves a' capital _entertainers - on  Frid:sy night when they were at home  to five tables.of whist playei-s with the  high score honors going' to Mrs. O. H.  Hire a������5d **Dr. Henderson^ while ihe-  tow score trophies "were taken home  h_r Mrfe -Bas-iily ,������i������l "W. K- Brown.  ISkpialiy as enjoyable as the cards were  the Im-ich and. the hour of informal  hospitality followihg-supper,, it being  cohsiderably after illtdnigbt before the  gathering bxoirabpV..  TRY OtJK     -  bhAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  " "- An economical dish, ������������Q-ty to serve."-  Shamrock JSrana HAM9 BACON and  GUEMDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  * '    *-4g>-������-.-Fffi Bia^wfe grrts'l'Bd? hi^hd-t QuaHty������  FRESH^and C&RED FISH  - all vau-ietiea."  Choicest BEEF9POItK9M^^ LAMB I  BURNS9 IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  imsreoses egg pso-5a**tion and produces better poultry.   Buy the best.  pur-  aoi-s.'  or m.  have been replenished lately by generous donations of-hoofee by BSrs. Gar-|  land, Mrs. l*iyner.aod- Mrs.-"B-Minett.  which have beenjw^^Jrmueh' appree:-^  a^dL' -The" librar_%: will always be  gmteful foirany gif^ of hbiiil^by^iny-  one who hasf-btSoks^on. M?eir shelves  which they have read' and'do not "wish  to.keep. "_r"he proceeds of the tea re-  cently,giv*-n"by Mrs. Bennett, together  With some^ffunds available 'from the  library, will purchase a'few new books.  ��������� J. W������ Hamilton, who has  been   in  charge of theJ Creston   sub-central   of  the Associated Growers of  B.C. since  December closed up shop at the end of  March. * Fi nul payments to the Kootenay growers will be made from Vernon,, and should be sent out not. later  than the middle of ��������� the   month.   The  crop-handled by the Associated  in the  whole Kootenay country was less than  100 cats' of apples, Harrop and Willow  goint being th������ two outstanding ship-  about  fifteen   cars  ouch.  The final of the united servloes for  women in the Parish Hall waft cm  Wednesday afternoon, attiacting'the  Are You Going/to Travel?  - , to car������y your anoney in t-he ior_-EL������I a letterr -  of Credit.. Ie ensiarcs tlie safety of yosar  .fw-ffl-ls; it Ss readily convertiiSiiSe into cot_>  . rencjr, and acts as an _m-fal"i_abl#i^trEM_liicti������M_i  iha'foreign Sands. Letters pf Credit iaffe isemed  atan7tD������n_nc_3tof tlaisBank. '  IMPERIAL  BANK  Cc W8 AJJLAff.  OF CAJ������IAll_-%.  CKESTON BRANCH,  .AT'THE' IvOIX,  Creston Bakery  JUSTARBIVED  ,������������������!- >���������. J*Bi$G������ffi:&,Z  Easter  Ganyap City  RillliipHlBjw LTlft  aaa.- .'^so;.a:;f^l.;,Hne;of "'Z...Z..  Buttered Nuts and  Paradise Fruits  -th������ boat quality ,  ..'   that are i������aae.  See these goods hefoifl  buying clBOwhor-e.   a  Minh co������tirt--ullce roawJiniwiH. ylcitda en.  etaential qu-aiity in. yoar Mihrnji.   **  Wcwj-laai-tmnce'-wiit^  ������__nner8 to replace poor pMsdncen-  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  mf  Capital Ftaid "Up $20^  SR������t-IS-iB51_^^^B*  _00(MIOf>  SW-" BVMBMT  Craaton Bcsr-ch  Burl $20i^KK>jQ0l>  CS, CL Bcn_i*jin*������ a���������snsgpr  ':''   S"JBl^_7Q,. ���������ff-MkS.B   ���������  ______r ^L^^^B^QK^K^Lcft  .';, ':and: ' ������������������-  Hot Water  Sheet .Metal: Wosfe.'' ' A goocl, ������tw1te of' I*ipe  and I*ipo !F1ttiiij^,.on'liaiid.'  ������7 \A7 ���������T?\^l^l^yi-A,N[ -������-f^ri������ct������r*ri  ,  Ff, VV *-il>   ^IT %_������^.FWlVl.J?mX^w*'M\w^J.f^Ol.lJ,XX THE   REVIEW,    CRESTON,   B.    C.
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Author of "My Canada." and Oilier
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-with, tlie Author
comforting reply. 'JYou have carried
a heavy' load for the last few years,
Margaret Anne, and it*is no wonder
that you are a bit unstrung." We are
going to have one thoroughly - giddy
Week and,you'll go back. wto Mux-ray
completely renovated, just see if you
don't. And now ho-w are the kiddies.
my best-beloved Nicolas In "particu_[ar?
I do wish you could have brought
them .with you.",
"I am not going to the office except
in the mornings while you are here,"
continued Maudie-after r-had .deliverv-
ed all sorts of messages from the children, and told of their latest .escapades,
and clevernesses. "Every afternoon
we are ��� going- .somewhere or having
company, andlr" every evening too.
You'll never get to bed pearly, so yon
must not think of getting up in the
morning* before ten o'clock���oh, don't
look so scandalized, Mother arid I have
it all planned. This is a holiday,
Mrs. Aylwin, don't forget that."
It was a holiday, there -was no doubt
about that. Mr. and Mrs. Jones welcomed me as-if I'had been a. long-lost
daughter and presented nie,"-Qgurative-
ly speaking, with the house and all it
contained. The.first night B.F. came
over for dinner and I was so glad to
see the old dear that I almost
over him. He "was a trifle plumper
and a trifle more old-maidish"" than
when I went away, but as , kind as
ever, and so -glad, bless hi3 good
heart, to hear how greatly Murray had
That was the one night during my
visit that .Maudie and I were, in bed
before twelve. And at that we talked half the n-Sht. for I shared
Maudie's room as I used to do when
we were allowed to spend the night together -as - children.
Maudie had warned me on. our way
home'   from , the   station that all the
the people of Western GaiE*-
,ada have decided that J31iie,
Mihhon " Mountain Growii**
Tea Is the best*    Ask for fti-
and Maudie and I sat in
Sre and, talked and talked
jwioxiuay.    ��� s-:=T=T--==-''n-5^!=-   "T-.--.-ri
x u.n.u.Aae uiue i-"ay,
front of the j be made to lit quite satisfactorily.   In
. and talked.! the office I found the older men aged
and talked, j
wow ciiii
. to   church   in   the morning, had the
""*"���   family dinner at noon, ran overAq see
the Robertsons again during the*after-
noon and then went to the "Walker in
the evening.'
There is a fair-sample of the way in
which my time was spent. '.Teas and
luncheons and dinners kept me as busy
as a debutante, busier socially than I
had ever been in my young days. And
I enjoyed it all. I enjoyed too -the
morning I spent with -Maudie, the visit
4.0 our Giu Gixice, and tue���aiiiiusi daily
"dropping In" . fox- .a chat with the
. (Continued)
Murray insisted that I should not
recall my promise to visit Maudie for
Thanksgiving. "
"It 'will cost very little," he said,
"and you have not had a day off since
I came liome���it will do you a world
oi' good*
"Neither have you "had a holiday,"
I pointed out.
Whereupon Murray declared . that'
every day-was a holiday to him and
that he could not go to Winnipeg, if
he were provided ��� with a private car.
for the Journey and a, suite^at the Fort
Garry, I hope he may be forgiven!- -
.j It endeftr'asTit usuallydoes, an Murray having his own way, but.JT stipulated that in return he should accept
Jack Mowbray's invitation to go moose
hunting^ with him when the season
opened'.-"'" '.''
I woiild not admit "it, but I agreed
with Murray that the change would
do me good���and perhaps make me a
better companion for the long winter
that-.I had come to dread. I hate to
confess it, even now when it<is a thing
of the pa3i. but through the "lovely fall
days. I -carried a heavy heart. I-sup--
pose I was, in army parlance, fed up.
My old homesickness had returned
and between It and the .way in./which
my conscience kept pointing-out.tome
that I was a failure as a wife I was
wretched indeed���underneath, that Is*
So Says Mr**-. MacPherson ot
Lydia ��. Pinkham'o Vegetable Coffapousid
Br&ntford, Ontario.���'"I was always
tired and the leant exertion, would put
me out for a day or two, I had a
pressing pain on the top off my head,
fain in the nape of my neck., and wh&n
stooped over I could not pet up wEth-
outhclp, because of pain m my back.
I did not sleep well and was nervous
at tho least noise, I keep house, hut I
was audi a wreck that I could not sweep
the floor nor wash the dishes without lying down nft<*r'word**. A fH<mrl llvin-j
near me told rno what Lydia E. Pmk-
ham'BVegetable Compound had done for
her so I bef-an to tal<o It. With the Arab
bottle 1! felt brighter and grot ���� I could
-wash; rtlif-hen anel sweop without hnvinp;
to Jio.dovrn.   Later I became reefular
1 -ipcain En my monthly terms. I have
taken ten bottles all totd and am now
all bottrsr. I can truly -ray that your
"���rr.-vfin-rPvil m^^'lnv pr-.rm.nt: V" h**nt+n
for putting health and vim into a woman. "���Mrs. Jamba. H. MkeVimnaou;
:<00 Greenwich St., Brantford, Ont.
If you nr*"' Riifl?-*i-in->j frwn a displaca-
ment, (irregularities; backache,, or any
othor form of female weakness* write
to tho Ly-aMn E-, Pirtlchain MerlicEna Co.-
Cobo-oritr, Ontario, (or Lydia E". Pink-
ham'a Private Text-Book upon
mente Peculiar to Women.''
VV.    N.     L\    1G12
I flatter myself that the surface was
fairly serene.    .
Nothing hurt so much as the knowledge that" I was not fufly in accord
with Murray. I did Hike Herrington's
Hope, and so long as 1 could' look forward to something different I really
��� enjoyed our daily life., Bui, to make
a clean breast of it, I- did not feel that
I wanted to stay there all nay life, especially if crop failures were to ba
common. Murray, on the other hand,
had quite obviously found his vocation, a vocation that he would have
given up without complaint at my request, but how* could' I ask him to go.
back to the city when he was so well
and so much his old s-elf- that our bad
-luck had after the first shock stimulated father-than depressed him? Always at the bottom, of my heart, side
by side with the faint hut insistent
longing for my old environment, lay
the memory of those terrible months
���when I did not know whether Murray
-would -ever he well again. And
though he is so strong now I do not
think I shall ever lose the scars left
by the old fear.
-Ail this is very mixed and inconsistent, I know. It does not seem
reasonable that I should have known
definitely that I would "never ask Murray . to leave the farmj tliat I should
have liked the.life there, have grown.
so foad of pur neighbors, and still have
known the cravings for the city, but
such was the case. I scolded myself
for a whole-'week before I went to
Maudie's./ ""If you :had to make a decision, Margaret Anne, you know what
you would do. Then why make such
a fuss T" _ I would say to -myself. But
self-administered scoldings are not
nearly so effective; I haye learned, as
treatment by someone else, and I can
s-ee now that Murray's prescription
-was what saved me���saved not my
life but that far more valuable thing,
my self-respect.
The children, were greatly excited
by"-the" nros_pect of "any absence, and
my heart almost failed me at the
thought of Reaving them.' I had nev-.
er been away from th em in their lives
except when I was with Mrs. Fenwick,
and then I saw them often. A week
seemed, in prospect", an eternity.   ;'..
My- preparations -were soon riiade,
and more than once: I felt thankful
that I had always been the tailor-made
sort of person, ray simple and conservatively-cut clothes did not show their
ago and I had no f-ear that Maudie
would need to feel apologetic on, .my
account. Murray, man-like, folt'p'ad-
ly that I could not fliave a complete
new outfit, but when he saw the transformation Qwenv had worked on- my
old black lace dress he said so many
nice things that I almost wrote-' to
Maudie that I could not come���my im-
provRrnent dated fronni that moment, I
think! ;
As our train pulled Into "tho Union
Station the morning of my arrival in
"""vln-tiipeg it seemed, to me that only
half of me. "answered Maudie's' stffoc-
yonate greeting. Tho other hair was
at homo with Murray and th6 twins.
To one half tho sights and sounds of
tho city wftM as familiar as if I had
mlascfH thorn but a day Infl-toatl of more
than a 3-ear, 1.0 the other all was con-
fufiion, I waH really- ashamed oLJ my-
(self, Tig��� I wan w.h.Rro I had wished
4o hie-, and now I was wlahl-ng to bo
BOOM-whcrr* else.
"Vou aro aft unrcaabnablo as Gwon,"
ii told myH-'ilf -M-V'-rely, , "I Rive you
just onr- week to pull your��olf to-
"Clad In Txi bFir-.k?"' tmlcot. Miiridlr* nn
wo turn-'d down Tlrofirlway.
������Jlnl:Ii��'j-:" I ri-tplUrci valiantly.
"IT only Murray and live1! children
���wen* lit-m inc*," Maudlin tn��H<3d irnfl my
ntplril-u umo uri!-.ccf>uiiiiti4Wy. I'urluipH
:i wann't a cann Cor tlin PsycliopMihlc
i.V;.ril uft'-r mil, 1 thomKhl:.
"My fM-IlnKH an* rail in r ttilx<nl," T
ydmUttsd, jtiHl: a mil-*- norry <o nod that
iVlaui'lki w<ih al-ln to iimt'-rMlaiiil niu, for
It Hhowrirl how far who had come from
It;.'"; cnr';frr.n f-lil r ur;;7! !r, !::ucv.",
"furm't.  worry about  tha*,'' WJU't  Iho
time> I might claim for myself was an j.
hour a day in. which to write to my
family.'*"    She would see to the filling
of the rest.-    And, like the little red
hen, she did.
The first afternoon we went out to
Deer Lodge to see Leslie Ormond, then
came back and had a cup of tea with
the Robertsons. The next day, Sun-
dayi we went to' church in the morning, and in ". the' afternoon, while
Maudie went to the hospital. B.F. took
Teddy and me down to Kildonan Cemetery, where Mother and Patlier were
buried. . Jessie Middleton and Kathleen Manners, who had come home
from overseas after I left the city!
came for dinner and instead of going
to el.ur.eh again' in the evening they
were many changes. . The
Robertsons were failing very quickly,
Granny especially. -They -sifere living in their old quiet way, a widowed'
daughter having come to keep 'house
for them, and were sermon.-, and benediction in one to this scurrying, worrying age. ^ Like tired, happy children
they were ready to rest, caring little
how or when it came so long as. they
might be together. I found them
'living much in the- past, Granny, I
know, confused "Nicolas and me, ^and
she often spoke to me as if I were
���\ir~4-i. ���,     _-
Even the young people had changed.
Reg Tones had grown into ^a steady,
rather quiet young, man, "hobbling
back and forth to the Medical Cdllege
on an artificial leg that could never
"��� �� ��� v       ���     '
jr*��-un��     ���T-i ��*-**-.      #���������*-*���.**-����     *n�� 1 rf-\"n ^*_     ���������*----��� 1 rt      ��-- *-�� o ^-���� *���*"��������
,\*m. v->     ��.*i.-***_w    -b**j_-.-i��    -Hi*vjb*.w     tv -_*'��aav* f -C*-V^-L.<L*-U-JU-b
for, and many of the girls were married, their places having been taken
in most cases by men who I did not
know. "And-each person I met seemed to carry,a burden���even the Middleton girls and Kathleen Manners
were restless and ^dissatisfied, hating
private nursing"," and full' of wild plans
to go to China or Australia or some
other. green field where," they heard.
it wasn't so deadly dull as Jn Canada.
I was learning my lesson and L felt
that the Says" could not- pass quickly
enough to take me back to Herring-
ton's Hope so that I might tell Mur-
��������**-*r    Tirvwr   "��%vnr��T"i    T    liorl    f-rt    l>o    4-T-i<s-ri1rl'i-i'f
.   _^ .....    .. ,     ,  .      .   . , _ ^ ..M,      -     V_ .J  ^. _^^..    .   .   .... _..
for. I thought.I knew what hardship
.Was^ but even "the poorest people I
knew in the country had food and
shelter, plain though, both" might be.
And in, Winnipeg' men walked the
streets looking" lor work, when there
-was no work "to' be found, jSfhd there
was a scarcely-hidden undercurrent
of fear and distrust very different
from anything I had ever seen before",
the  best possible material  for agita-
(To be continued)
1 The difference between a planet and
a-- star, is this:   A star  shines by its
own light, a-planet by light reflected
; by another body. - A
The Healthful
WHA"!T is more pleasant and exhilarating than.a brisk walk in the crisp,
fresh air.
You   breathev
The  "blood   is
purified.    The circulation is  quickened.
The bloom chines to the cheeks and you
feel fine.     /
The vital organs are put in fine condition by walking and many ailments can
be relieved mainly because the liver action
is aroused. .V
And yet we do> not walk.
It is so much easier to, ride in an auto
or street car that walking is becoming a
lost art,   ; .<������."'] '���-���'
Since we do not take the necessary
exercise to keep the liver active and the
bowels regular it becomes necessary to
resort to other'means.
The most popular family regulator is
Dr. Chase's' TKidhey-Tjiver Pills/for1 by-
use of this, medicine once or twice a'week
J'oucanbe siire of the healthful action of
iyer. kidrffeys and bowels.
Our greatest danger in this age of
sedentary habits is irom overeating and
neglecting to pay attention to the regularity of these eliminating organs.
Most of our ills come from this condition. For proof of this statement you need
only enquire at the hospitals where there
is always a rush of appendicitis and liver
and kidney cases after,the holdiay season
and during the winter months when we
\ise so much artificial food and live cooped;
up in houses from which fresh air is carefully excluded,
Xou will notice that while the price of.~
Dr. Chase's Kidney-Livfer Pills has been
increased to ��5 cents/ the box now contains 85 pills instead pt 25 as formerly.
Likewise Dr. Chase's Nerve Food is -60 cents
a box of GO pillo, instead of 50 cents a borjTor
60 pills.   Edmanson, Bates <& Co., Ltd., Toronto..
wxSMjSM '_ M9%JJm%.
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mmsm ~i r S  wm  ___n  /   ���������  /,  ���������nra review,, .creston, b. c.,  1uMi_ui^]  ill  Wonders Of Science  Musical    Records    Now    Said, to, be  _v Produced     " On      Pocket  Hav)i4I/aiu������l-H������^  toagicT5aVing%wder [  lis sdenfiReally made]  land has never foiled  jfe give the rwa-xiroun)!  Hea^eDinJ efficiency*  J lieGduse oF tbls i  ���������and the uniformly I  a 56a iofaCtoryiTe5UiiB j  ������ obtained By its use]  we recommend it!  |a& Ce-nadefe perfect |  ibe^kiDg  powder  PRODUCT  OF  A^piece of tissue-paper and a comb  have long survived as instruments of  music-���������or cf fart-are* "The latest  development in the manufacture ���������< is'  that jo������- tlie pocket handkerchief.  =- JK" is claimed ihata pocket handkerchief or .& pillow ease can be converted,in to an instrument .������f sweetness by  a simple process of immersion.  The patentee of this remarkable development claims; that <it is possible to  impose eleven new tunes on the same  piece of material, and that an'inexperienced man can turnout a dozen of  the new records in less time than it  takes an expert to produce a- grarao--  phone record of the ordinary type.'   i "���������*<  A ��������� silk handkerchief, on which"**a  well-known piece of, .classical music  had been played, was taken from the  machine, thrown" across the' room,  jumped on, "replaced on the machine,  and made to repeat the tune smoothly  and distinctly. ' \  -"- A portion of a linen pillow-case was  "made io give forth a striking reproduction of perfectly-blended stringed  instruments.        "  ^  The new records are almost indes-  tructihie, do not need any special protection in transit, and can be packed  into the smallest possible space.  Not .Afraid   Of  Knockers  -a  On the occasion of the anniversary  of his coronation the Pope has donated 500,000 "lire to Austrian relief, according to the-, newspaper Epoca.  The Polish diet has passed a bill  providing 'two years" military service  which is reduced to IS months for  graduates of .high schools and univer-'  sity men". "       ...  ;      . "-  Lieut- Antonio Vildez. and -Sergt.  San JEmederio, of the .Cuban-aviation  corps, fell about 1,500 'feet with their  aeroplane at Gamp Columbia, and-escaped death.      ''"-. *      \ .  The difficulty of obtaining-an adequate supply ofv officers- for .the. British army is declared increasing.-' Reduction of pay to*be* effected this-year  and reaction after the war are two  reasons assigned  for the  situation.  The British Postmaster-General,  Vernon Hartshorn, has appointed a  committee to consider and advise him  without delay on the policy to be  adapted with regard to an empire  wireless ^service.  Reports that a rupture has occurred or is imminent, between the former Emperor Wilheim and the Princess  Hermlne, his wife, has no foundation,  according to the best information  from Doom.     ��������� "  Immigration Officials Are Not Alarm-  ��������� *-ed By Criticisms-  -Immigration officials jat Ottawa.do  not express alarm over the series bf  letters published in the Daily News of  '..London, England, from returned harvesters, who decry conditions in Canada, and-the possibilities,in this coun-  *-���������    --���������-.���������.    __ _wiA*"-.���������_    --���������������������������.���������.     _-**!���������__ ��������� j    -n_.ix.i^.  t-i- Cf     ~-U_b    dCiiici o    i__ kjmjJ.    xjri. -c������ce,-_.    _o_. ������.*,������=. m.  It is stated that 62 'different British  publications have within the past six  months pilbllshed letters- from- recent  settlers in". Canada "who have found-  conditions in" this country most favorable.  Grading. Of Bacon  Time Not Opportune to Set Up 6ana-  :' '.    Z~~.    diaif1-StandardsZ /        \  Improvement >of Canadian,** awlse  stock; by selection in the' Dominion,  rather,than by importation of -mlmals  from, abroad and the securing ^of  greater uniformity in exhibition judging," wasadvocated by the directors at*  Swine Breeders*" Association held. In  Toronto/ ' J.7Et Brethour, president,  in his annual address, said that the  past year had been unprofitable for  swine breeders owing to poor marketing conditions in Europe, but there  were indications that price would, advance in the very near future.  Th& questionj ������? tlie DomiQion Government establishing a standard for  the grading "of bacon "was strongly defended by the delegates from"-Alberta  and Saskatchewan"*; Action was deferred pending a report by the Federal  Departtneiit of Agriculture. K.- 3.  Arkell, livestock "commissioner for  Canada, stated that the .department  has^een studying the question and  had ascertained from the Old Country  facts^ with respect to the sale of Canadian, bacon overseas. He did not believe Jlthe time was opportune to attempt to .introduce in Canada a definite system for the grading of baco������=v  Women!  Dye Fa<ied  .     Things  New Again  Oyo    or"-  Tint    any'   Worn,    Shabby  Garment or Drapery  Diamond Dyes  Bach 15-cent. package of " "Diamond  Dyes"' contains directions so simple  that-* any woman "can. dye or tint any  ���������*i*%if     iriuu,    lEucQ     (.ujlU^    ucir,    cicu    __  she has never dyed" before.      Choose  any color at drug store.  .-BL-JPJIfiL^ Jfc: ^W      I  %iA CH  PER PLUG  Manuiactnred by Imperial Tobacco Company of Canada Limited 1  Movement Across  Border  MRS. FRANCIS STONE  Your Good Health and Long  Xifi? Depend on Your Kidneys  ffOIXOW THIS ADVICE 1  Bratitford, Ont,-���������"I take the jrreatcst  ���������_" rl-rrvmiTc an rcco-unsct'dltt-* Hi. ricrice'tf  AmTJ<; <--Woey) Tablets to all -mife-era  of kidney and bladder ailments. Four  3-ear������" aro. ������ 'first learned the value of the  Amnlc Tablets. I Imcl suffered severely  with baclcnchea and my bladder vfaa  gjrtvlnj-- use -cpji-vtdetable ltvconvcnlcnce,  when I. woe advist-d to try Dr. Pierce'������.  Aimrlc "TabletB, ohtnlniii0 almait lai-  tnedlate relief. "Relatives! have taken  the An uric (null -wle-ncid ) Tableta  tm my advice nnd every one''or them f������  ������ulUu*ia-(jt������o in pr-iiM."----- Auuric lor the  -relief of lmcknches and kidney and  bladder weakness.''���������Sip. Praucis Stone,  4? Grey Street ���������"'',������������������. .  Don't wait tot ������erroua 1.ldney aUmeiit  to ������et in, Help your w-nlcMx-fl k'-1n*-y-������  Willi Dr. Pierce's Aiuiric. At all drutf  iritofco, oiHeudlOcentM to Doctor Pierced  I.o.bor������tory In BriilKebut|{r,-0������t., for trial  -pneknure. Write Dr.;-*Pler->e", 'X*re-ddeat of-  the Invallda Hotel, BuOftto, M. V.. tor  free medical advice,  Sour Stomach Risings  Quickly  The' wondSriiir comfort and relief  you get from even-'twenty- drops of  Nerviline will surprise.you. Take it  "in sweetened watery it's not unpleasant: ���������'������������������.Almost -immediately>you feel  .better.-- "Nerviline-!i>rlngs^up the gas  caused by fermenting food, and at the  .same time relieves that distressed  feeling in tho stomach. When colic  or,cramps strike you at night- when  nausea or" upset stomach overcome  you, then it is that you'll find Nerviline a sure relief. For 'general use  in the'family, for emergent, ills, ajb  ways keep Nerviline handy on the  shelf.     Get a 35c bottle to-day.  Will   Supply   Farm   Help  Farmers     Can     Secure    "Application  Forms From Nearest C.P.R.  Agent  Bringing of  farm help to Western  Canada from Europe, inaugurated un-_  der a special scheme, by the Canadian  Pacific Railway last iteaj:, will be continued this year, lit is announced by  officials - of the  company.  , During. 1923   about  3.000 men  and  women ^ for  farm  help  were  brought  out, but many riiorp than this number  are expected this season.      The first  or these will arrive about Marclrittst'  coming from Great Britain, Denmark,  Switzerland and dtht\r parts  of Bur-  Appllcatioii forms are. being supplied to all farmery who need help by  the nearest C.P.R. agent or the Co!-'  oniziatlpn Department, at Calgarr, Bd-  nionton, Saskatoonrwinnipeg or.Moh-  treal; The forms are filled out by  tub farmer, in which lie'-states the  class of labor, nationality ho wishes  and the rate of wages ho is prepared  to pay. ; Those forms are then forwarded to Europe and tho farm lielp  selected; by a compctont organization  and the laborer is sent forward to the  individual farmer. Farmers who require help would facilitate this work  by writing applications at nn early  date so the proper class can bo selected and'ample time given to this work.  ��������� . Will Remetnbcr WUcon  A declaration that "tiio wage earners of America will forovor cherish  tho memory of Woodrow Wilson", was  adopted nt *��������� meeting at tho American  Federation of Labor of 100 trndo union  officials and rcprosentatlvos as well as  of lipokc-uiicn for tho Pan American  Federation of Labor.        *  . v-ets   isgyphan   ireastures  Perensylvansa ;Muscu-n Receives Shipload Fronv-Fts Expedition  The steamer Crisfield docked recently at Philadelphia laden with,  eighty-five tons:efficient relics from  Egypt and Palestine-unearthed by expeditions >f.the-IJMyersity of Pennsylvania.     ^ '"        ---',--     ���������-    ^  ������5time"of the^articIesTtn the "consignment weigliedfive* ,"ionJa "each, notably  the doorway and "fcoiumnV from the  Palace of^Pharaoh Meheptah, at Memphis, Egypt.- A. nnniber of complete  mosaic floors are part of the Egyptian  collection.  From ruins In ^Palestine numerous  historical monuments are1 in the 'consignment together with, notable examples of sculpture of the peyiod.  Expect Big Influx of U.S. Farmers in  Spring  Handling of thousands of United  "States farmer" settlers " expected to  move to Canadian prairie lands this  spring, was the principal subject discussed at a conference of land and  colonization, officials of the Canadian  National Railways, from. Winnipeg  west to the Pacific >coast.  Indications are, it was declares, that  the movement across the border Into  Canada this year will "be greater than  ������._ s.lSlo uccu in. some uiuc.  If Tormented "With Corns  ft f* m  use   viooo  via  ratnam's'  On Half Salary  Premier MacDouald has decided to  take a single salary���������"of only ������5,000,  although filling the dual offices of first  lord of the treasury and foreign secretary, which carry, a salary of  ������5,000  -The Many-Purpose Oi f.-HBoth. In the  house and stable there are scores of  uses for Dr. Thomas* Eclectric Oil.  Use it for ������uts, bruises, burns, scalds,  the pains-"of rheumatism.-and sciatica,  sore- throat and chest. Horses are  liable,very largely to similar ailments  and mishaps as afflict mankind, and  are-^2������*uaily amenable to the healing  influence of this fine old remedy which  has made thousands' of firm friends  during the past fifty years.  STORMY WEATHER  HARD ON BABY  The stormy, blustery wea,ther which  we have during February &nd Maj-ch  Is extremely hard on children. Conditions make it necessary for the  mother to keep them in the house.  They are' 6 ften c onflned ���������0 overheated, badly,ventilated,rooms:Tand, catch  colds; which rack their ,wliole system.  To guard again this a box of Baby's  Own Tablets should bo \ kept In the  house and an occasional dose given  tlie baby to keep its stomach , and  bowels working regularly. This will  not fail to break up colds and keep  the health of the .baby in good condition #11 the brighter days come along,  The Tablets are sold- by medicine  dealers or by mail a,t 25 cents a box  from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brbckvillo, Ont.  .<  __ -n- H.-.H���������-..n.-m.+iW  From the hide of ti single whalo  two hundred 'pairs of heavy boots,  over a score of shoes, several yards  of belting and Bhoo.laces were made  repontly.',' - ���������'''���������.-"'   '. ������������������������������������ '*".'  It's really a simple thing to remove  your corns, and without"*pain, if you  apply Putnam's Painless Corn Extractor. It acts like magic,- lifts out the  corn, root and branch, leases,the, skin  smooth as silk. No "failure 'with  "Putnam's," 25c everywhere.   *      -   *  ..One, of .the most expensive, books in  the world is' in* the, possesion of the  Shah of "Persia, a gift from'the Ameer  of Afghanistan. ; It is a copy of the  Koran, -bound in solid gold and feet  with pearls, rabies and diamonds. It  cost $400,000.  Sweet and palatable, Mother Graves-  Worm Exterminator is "acceptable to  children, and it does its work'surely  and promptly.  W.    N.    U.     1618  Wife  '    '____! '   ' --- ���������  ion  Minard's Liniment Heals Cuts  Don't letcotestljffitlon poison your hi oo*S  and curtail jrour eneray.  If your liver and bowels,  don't work prop-  ���������rly   take  CARTER'S  Itllll*  llv������������f  I*Ilia   today  and   your  trouMtst. w.ll     _  lie relieved.  For  try theni.' Purely vegetable.  Sunall l*_U-������-*lkiUkIl 0������iM-.---������Siini_U. PrlM*  Edison -Feels Young  Declaring that he felt no older than  40, "though a little more awkward  perhaps," Thomas A. Edison, the  famous inventor, told members of the  Edison Pioneer Association, veterans  of his service, that he hoped -to live  until he was 100. Recently he celebrated his 78th birthday, and attended a dinner given by the association.  "Work which ono loves is th e" best  form of amusement and diversion,"  Mr. Edison told his'hosts.  .Spectacle Styles  "Spectacle* Styles for Women" Is  the slogan of a new association formed, its object being the education of'  women to suiting the spectacles to tho  occasion. '"Rubber-tired glasses with  an evening" tqDe't." they cry. "Perish  the thought!"   ' ~  WZ:SX r-erigth i I bri .n'gs-  -0-  MONEY ORDERS  Buy your out-of-town supplies wSth. Dominion Eipresa Money Orders.  Miller's Worm Powders will purge  tlio stomach and intestines of worms  so effectively and bo easily that the  most; delicate stomach will not feel  any Inconvenience from their action.  They recommend themselves : to  mothers'as a preparations that will restore strength and vigor to their children and protect them from tho debilitating effects which resnlife from  the depredations of worms.  Dheumatic Pains  Are relieved in a few days by  taking 30 drops of Hotacr Seigel'm  Syrap after meals and on retirirts.  It dissolves the lime and acid  accumulation in the muscles and  joints so. these, deposits can be  expelled, thus relieving pain and  soreness. Seigel's Syrup, also  known as "Extract of Roots,-*  contains no dope nor other strong:  drugs to kill or ma-k the pain ol  xheumatism or lumboso; it removes thecause.  Aak "Your Druggist        f1  *ina*s,  The British Empire Exhibition  ���������     '  ���������, __<      .  Canadian Pacific Railway Can Supply  '   Full  Information  Re  Booking  Passages  The coming sumomr will see an unprecedented travel to tlio DrlUs-U ra.!ie_-  from the Overseas" Dominions, for tho  British Empire Exhibition which  opens in Wembley Park, April next,  and those intending to make the trip  should mako early arrangements with  the nearest agent of tho Canadian  Pacific Hallway for their passages, la  order to socuro tht- de-ilred uctommo-  datlon.  Tho Canadian Pacific offer nn excellent through scrvlco and will arrange  **v**-ry detail far train and steamer, A  postal card or letter to any agent or  to R. G. McNelllle, General Passenger  Agent, Wlnulpcg, today will bring full  lnformatlouiby return mall. R.2  Cook's Cotton Root Corn-wand.  JLm<*fe, rtUabU rtouiatina  medicine.   Bold In thr*o d������-  Na. St, f9i.No. 8, t" jsar box.  Bold bjr -dl drauiitt. or ������cn������  nrnpald oa recelip- ol nrle������.'  *lr������o     pMBgkhlftt.       Addrem  THR COOK BaCOBCINCCOj  ItMOVTa OUT. (f^rsNttf WIUm-.)  , THI  NKW  a-RslNOH  tltMSOY.  THERAPION NO. 1  THERAPION N0.2  TH ERAPIQN No.3  BWaDliteajJtts. Ba.srorOhrontoWiM_|-i-������Mfts.  MI.DIV LI������DIIIIICMIUll.T>,mCtlM MNfU.JUHI.!**.  JUKJU.<C-.i<iic:M*..C-.klav������f������t������ckH<I.N.VV.a. London,  on Malt, *l r.om n. raoMTS-r. HaST.Tokokio.  On   SM.   gr. T.tl,   GimcKT   WIST.   UOKIUXHU  re  Mlnard'a. Liniment for Dandruff  *s  '"'"'"" ''������������������������������������"���������'���������������������������'���������'������������������'y{*i."'?"  ia-H  j__M_"__-M������!B������l_ h'  X  THE  CKSST^N  REVIEW  Local and Pers@iiai  wanted���������Strawberry   pickers and  ackers.   Apply H. P. "Booso-i Wynn-  61*  SATURDAY*  MONDAY SPECIAJ*  This  is  xrrixckin,  the  time  of. year  iKa  ������/__.V*  jpUIU������J-^  olt^-ilviEXC  UUV������  *  ^A_,  Foe Saie���������Double angle lamp; in  good order, $6. Can he seen at Review Office,  Fest SAK33���������Parson's" Beauty atra-Rr-  berry plants* 87 per H3G0. H. P. Rob-  son-  wynndel. " -   _  -.*PoSfe Kj-IrW���������TJ&O- drill ftenaA&t> and  cultivator complete." 820. J.-W. Van-  ess, Alice Siding.  - - *���������u*-    -  Egos For Hatchixg���������BarredRdcks,  rbecfc^y !ay^gJsSs^n-,v--SIr^������ar  3fs 'egsp-  Mrs. J. W. Dot?, Creston*  , "Mrs. Jessie .Lewis, teache? of piano,  forte, RoyaV Academy of :Music������ Lon-  dony'S^aniont Bldfs, Weston.  Eggs Fo������ HATCHiMe���������Good flaying  strain of White Wyandottes, ������l~SSfor  15 eggs.    F. W. Ash,  Creston.   "  Fob, Saue���������Table "Victrola, good  condition, $47, cash, short terms. " I3_-  W. Ryckman, tinsmith, Creston.  Axnro Fob Sai.���������������>Going cheap, Mc  liaughlin   Four,   in   good - corid'tion,  begin to tbin out on the  home canned fruits; and  if you are needing a few  qua-rts of anything, to get  through on we cannot too  highly recommend the  following K.C. Brands of  Jams r  Pare STRAWBERRY  4-������b. tins, 9So.  Pzsrc RASPBERRY  r*a*  IS^ry .section of the store is bHmipiiig pYe*.wl������h fche new Sarins: Merchandise of  cag* ??ijp?������ a^-siraoae Kraas���������"-aepeasicmme m ��������� ouauw aua moaera.ce m &r_0������������ * Durag  th^ last few days, quantities of new goods liave'been opened up and placed i_������������tl>$;  various' departments reveaSrig^valBies' thai have hitherto  aeveV fceea equaHsd.  r        .%���������  only.   C. G.^ Bennett,  4-lb. tins, 9Scm  Strawberry and Apple  4-lb. tins, GSc.  Raspberry and Apple  4-th. tin, 6������e.  Prices are unbeatable, and  ��������� _r>-_r"f  _nc*������*nti_r>vr    ���������-  unexcelled.  Ssniti  used privately  Creston.  PpT������,TC-3S-==,Qccc������ for seed er sools-'  iti*3V Gold Coin, 2 cents a pound delivered  in'   town.     R. Sinclair  Smith.  ftv -������***������*    ^^_-t.<-E'*_-'-yiur-_s-*-       ��������� -     -  ��������� Harold Payne left nt. tlie end^of the  week for the Continental mine at  3_*lqckmaim, where he has joined the  cookhouse staff.  For Sax_&���������Parson's Beauty, J_3a-  goon. Senator" Dunlsp, and Van-San  strawberry plants, -$8 per.lEKXX Mont-ad Wigen, Wynndel.  ' "Next Friday is .Good Friday, a statutory holiday, whet, all business places  Will be closed, and the pdstoffice wicket  open from 6 to 6 o'clock .only.  Milce Cows Fob. Sale���������4 milch  e������ws, three freshened in" February;  other will freshen .early in April,, will  t ell reasonable.   Boffey Bros., Creston.  Fred Rycksnan  of  Cranbrook,   In-  dittf* eo*iSwsbl*r, was here on an official  I visit o-rer .tiie   week-end, and was the*  i guest of his mother at the ranch.  liOST���������Ota April 1st, between I_id-  gate garage and ISrickson, yellow  wat-ch with -double steel guard. Ke-  waiu mb party returning to Keview  Office.  TarMJxH  r  en'sTafi  ���������ism "������  m  VVI 1 V  These remarkable values are made possible by a special pureflase secured on I-  vantageous terms.    Complete range of sizes and widths.       ^'  MEN'S HAXS-5���������Tliev are the season's newest styles and shades  r������-������f������������������ miT������_tag all the way from $3.51> to ^s:������0  c *:  Bry Soods  Furniture  _TB*B-fl__se_������  SlllriSlkftS  Tom Biannelson the kelson plaster  er. is here this week doing the lat-hiag-  and plastering of the new Bob Steph-  e������ss-������eside---c->. ns-zt to Christ Ghui-c-h  rectory^  The silver  tea_ for   Chrisb  Church  Ijadies- Guild  benefit at the honie- of  Mrs. Garland on  Saturday afternoon  Was responsible for a* cash .intake  1 the neighborhood of $5.  "Sara, A. A. McKinnon of Csw&DrooK.  wbo gaves timely address on "W.Bf.S.  "work." in- the - Pre-sbyterian - ehurch  on Sunday morning, was a guest' of  Mrs. James during her stay io Creston. - _  Sunday was the hottest day experienced vso-far this.year, the oSiciai  ihersnons-rfci.- sbossing 70 in the shade  that afternoon. ^SSnce then, however,  seuss cloudy "ind ccw>l" went her still pi-e-  An...upvovemeiii. is nia/a -is. the sp- -oss ^������nday sight- TSss paster oaswoxed-  pearance of Victoria  the Coulter cottage,  .Miss V-ickerc*, h>ihg moved back fur-  A venue  dnc  to.  now  owned   by  about two dozen "whys'* in very proo,  Ucol fashion.  t  ]3cH3E-FbK Hatchoig���������Prize oettinga  of "White Ijeghorn -eggs  front, a  pen  I consisting of _ pedigreed cocketel and  trap nested: hens 4vena8^nf*! over 2QO  eggs impuBet yeasvJ?_rfoE';13 eggo. '~C  Brousson, Bex -i, Cre������ti>nr ""  ������ ���������> 1 ��������� ."5 "k.  ,      . -  i    Fob 8^uc_c���������Good ranch horse, mhout  ther on the lot raiid placed upon a new ^wisavaold, weighs 1300 lbs., sound xn  foundation. S Vlax^ an& linsb, afive "single"OS-double'.  * ��������� -     - * ! Also light delivery wagon w^ith broke.  Thesunny weather-of Sunday start- Apply -e-ostznaster. wynnael.  ed a rise in Goat "River, and the spring    , -   1_."-.-.. -       -       .       ." ^    ������Z     ~~ *-  freshet������������ aufflcient to float down a     J_- P- Robinson,    who  xecentty  ac-  .-aftof Iosp and peEtsiit the Putnam, quired.me acres or toe Bwroe^ pwee,  Palmer & Staples mill to resume sawing- 00 Wednesday.     : j '-i-. .s ������    -^   -1-    -    -_   ^   -���������-,-.--  Varlety iu Sunday service** appears ] occupyinjar the fcones' John -JToy hoan'e".  to be BjppWci-ite-S fssllyaa such -cols'-1 Stumping operations ore under .way  tares in all lines* of entertainment and they expect to have the -site of  judging by the large crowd out for* tho their pern-tanent'home^eady for builds  [-song service tn -tha- 3-K*thodSEt~^S������-re!r- ^Sn-jj.opesag.^o'pa *nSrX"-������ion-f . * * - - -"  _5 - ���������- 1 " * fi"~" ��������� ��������� "- '������������������ - "    ���������   ��������� - - "* "^   returned at the end of the we*-&'"_rui_s*-  [ SSdn-cntsn, Alta., sccons^-ns^ b_r  8 -  ������   .   ~   r,**  V. FRUIT GR  ���������i-i/--  V _ * * -   *  Commencing with the operations of Staples Fruit Company, Ltd.," five years ago, and last season through Creston Growers, Limited, a  selling connectionjras been established and developed that has been of'very great value to the growers of the Erickaon and Creston districts.  In fact it is not going toojfar to say that marketing results would have been just as disastrous to the growers in the Creston valley.as they  have been in other fruit growing districts off the Northwest had it not been for the selling policies adopted and followed by the above mentioned Companies. _ v. .   -a '. - ������������������ -.  * In view of this lact, and also due to the uncertain condition existingjn connection with marketing prospects for the coming season,  the Directors pf Creston Growers. Limited, have decided that they would he betraying the best interests of the valley if they failed to retain  the selling connections now existing or did not offer to handle the valley's crop through these channels.  The growing season is now commencing and,, doubtless, many of. the ranchers will be looking for credit accommodation. Merchants  and bankers will insist upon knowing what the prospects are for liquidating advances sis, soon as the crop is harvested. ' We therefore .feel  that the time is ripe for us to make a definite statement that we are now in a position to handle pur porportion or, if necessary, all. of the  1924 crop under the plan outlined below:" , T .    '   *-*  '"  FINANCE  We estimate $5,000.00 aa  the   least   sum   under  winch it is fMOHsfiible to operate  and make  prompt re  turoa to the growers.    We  are now in   a position   to  aecure ample fanda for all our ordinary requirement**.  ..:.���������'''��������� .. ���������     '$  MARKETING  Morkebiug: arrangements will bo entirely in the  hands of Mr. R. B. Staples and the same policies will  be followed as. have been in the paat under his management. Tins means that our produce will be placed  where we are guaranteed prompt returns and cm loBsen  due to had dehto.  Our e-apertence haa been that diehon<-nt people  have jiiat a* little reaooat for their written guarantees  an they hare for  verbal  prornisea and that it ia not  feasible 'to foroe jjfrowei-a to ido bniineas through aiiy  giveii oli-Aiinel. No contracta will ho signed ..nleaa at  the request o! the growera. It in nece*aaryv however,  for no to know in advance what quantities of any par-  ticiihir commodity we wilt have to -market and we  have no intention of working; for growers who come to  nn aa a lost -resort. We- reserve the- right to refutM" to  market any crop, estimates of which liava not be������ii  turned, in time, m in ,time to 'be included in our marketing programrne, or whieh faila to come tip to- a defin-  it*1 'fltwndJir'd! of -qwaiity,   ,  COMMODJT,Y:PppL^....;  ; If the Asiaociated Growore operate this year and  we can be of naaiBtanco to them in aeouring the required per oentage of control we know of no reason.,  why anr arrangement nimilar of^.;la^i year should!not  be tn-^de; Under no circumstances w_U we conBent to;  pool our produotnwifcb those of-other diatrictn withbnt  firat eeouring the consent of growers -wiling  through  us. . ������������������ ^ 'xZl}]   :::Z''"'":'  ,  Each grower will he   hold!. rc^ponatblc   for' the'  quality of his product and n doGnito standard will bo  insisted upon.    Pooling will b������ rceorted to only to an  extent where it would be unfair to handle eommoditieo  othorwioo than by eetahUehing a pool.  '���������' ^MA0'_fi'_F'fe''-. ���������'������������������������������������'  Our ohargc������  will   he- 10%   of the   f.O.h.   prios.  ��������� Wlien Tw'tmii pttlom were miBoL, h3������Dior-than thoy aro  now it was posoiblo, with Una ohargo, to show fair not  proBt; under present conditions tha most careful economy must bo followed in order to break even, hut on  theK other hand the .grower at; the "pifceent'' time la. un-  ablo to pay more.  Ijft-#t season under 'favorable cporatlng... conditions  as rogarda expense our profit nnd lo������a neoount on Be-  KMimher SI nt ahowftd a grain of lean than one fver oant of  our sales cj-r, in other word-), hod we changed nine per  cent, last-year inatead of ten per cent, our profit and  lose account would have shown a lose.  ......'     ..''.���������������������������. , "1 ���������   1' ���������   ���������  Thia profit, amounting to around $1,400.00, is  still intact and will be imod for the benefit of the  growera in oonduotin0 this year's huaineBa, ''Should  . priooa remain as they have been our profits this season1  are certain to be negligible; should prices materially  ihorease profits under a ten per cent, charge would increase aocordingly,   ���������    , . /  -:  ' '   ��������� '"''.     - a*-'.   ��������� i  Should tho growers wish to partioipate irk any  profit that may be earned and inoidontally wish to  bear part of the burden the Directors are prepared to  plncca block of atook on tho market.  -. .������������������''    ";.'   '; , ���������,:. ������������������.'   '  " Z-'::-ZZZ:'���������:< a*Y :::'".'������������������'���������'���������';' ���������'"':r'Z  Poaeibly tliie might be a logical means of ooouring  for the, growers buildings and equipment now in the  valley.    Our idea is that each growerSfthould buy au  ^eciual nuiMibor'-oiS! shak'tiu ��������� it.. |.the.���������,. !Coii.'p*ff*y' AKid   that,  "enough groworo should purohaao stock to ornate an  amount  of- capital   that   iiwroM^^'^worfchi, whiles ]  Whether br not the growors sec- flfc to take advantage  of this offer will iaaalce littlo'or'''n.b;' differ^siois; '^o1'.-' thieif-'  season operations, bub   would guarantee, permanonoy  of operation from year to year.  ProapoiaLlW4J hdhmviltui'** ."Will.' fo������ , glvzxi ths faulEcs-fc  opportunity to investigate the pt'esent standing of the  Company and also the efficiency of ��������� last years operations. ������������������''...���������.'"  ^^^j-^p^ ^^y^i ^CZ.^ ygp-| ^fi^. --jj^-y     ^T*~-"-d "Tg���������%������ '^r^~*^������<^^ ";wm"-"^ -w--^' &rz*4      ;"~Hr--   ~m -wl " <gr fl''"'^''!!'"-!!' JM'\jpfj' W'" *^  Rs   B*   STAPLES;  Managing Di-wator  ���������t r  smm


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