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Creston Review Apr 18, 1924

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'has been  at the Continental mine all winter, ia   ''~|fecs^;i^7th������   ^slff^'^f^^^ai^jjS^^^  p^x^u ���������, ,  .... , ,   ' funds acquired at the dances last win  shout* sfr ?M- tJ>-. grower itlea-^^  center crate hfi-lietthRril-^^^^  :'������������������ '���������-Ai':yii*#?_S-^*'--^l*;^ :...-������������������������������������1...������. ������������������.������������������'���������.���������  ,..--,-. Jp^������l?Wi^8y|w;,   the car Sote-eUing -"disarm ade with the  MutuaJ3rokers who 'he"vb"..-������n_|ld*nt  ^.iT-itfV.'*'.  i'fiom:... ^._.i  *p������ *W. McKay closed his two  ."^wp'^B^^^.U  aigist and has gone to v"oacbii-?er u������   '"*"""'"    ;itt^wo^--i^aiii|^pl  -SehbaS^cw^^  7 7: ^j^-"??*^'^ Jm  ���������~.''*-'"-"'.���������.-.-,���������Y--L"^.-;^J--'i*--'.-^ar-^-.v7?-*:i-;,*:;..-*.7"-���������,'^M--.&l-   --^ *fe'.*..'-:7'"--'     -"���������;""-,'.-:'--7 *'>���������-.���������', r*: ���������"':*''���������'      . >T, ��������� ,  fi^ni'.-'^^ -nn  ���������-V-'-S-!^^''!=^������-!~^������-:--_>*>&^^������i'ii:fc<i 'rv# .. ft'lk_.7''M^'������'������:^  .8������":  Tbe largest aitesdsik& of  the  year  ������.-l'*.W-  Harry Yerbury Is the third of the  ���������������'������'���������*.?;*''<*'-���������  at  j^mxi  ;".~^ra^^^~.-.-T..^^'r-fc,vS**"?*'-^;.>^^^.55-f.  feiTi������a^i~1si_.'i_;*-'iaa*ir_^*^>^Ss-a-^-i  iUa line ^arian^xtan, witn*uie fresident,  ^sst"!^^  ifi^E������fther^-������-itsb^  j_U_s|*$^7X:^  .KouMoebasinesa included a. report  from, the committee  on  community  nw^last; *^weeki:  the former owner now being resident  Sn|l|E-";fe^^  Dick Helsne :I_������ft'-'on-Bnu^y'for.yan<>-.  ^c������nli^piw:fi������^lii^^  iausimu^ suty.   . He was accompaaieci  ^Es6e^e^^S;;;^feo?^^5b^a  -Xy:XX<^f':00:&X^������?i^3%it%MA^  w  X'X.  *;'���������:  on tne jo&Oi Beuingrtne neny crop at  formation^ as to this year's ci-op, and  heTiiund that prospects here are much  the same as at the oW-er berry centres  it-sl! of ^hic%.-S'__j|_iife".''^^yfesa'te  out that unless tbe berry men m-Cree-  :;t&e:marketSng;-jf;tha7L^  not more than two Belling agencies the  outlook for satisfactory prices is not  at all hor^ft-fr and; he emphasises this  -particularly in connection with the so^  Teailed home market. Hotwithstaaqing  the russous conpetitioti of  .IB23 Mr.  i|^l^'iOi^ie^*^i  .,aii������-fr|������|thJo  1 ���������ft**'? berries "that   **hour^   ha-"**^  '^^t^^^i^gTOwi^ "v  :������;*hB^in^^ __  cent-- per ci&te -ciHir������= -alth^ostyb! tlsS_r  ':^;X~ :::XZ������^X^k^XX������ZXxi^X;V?^  year, it does not mean that the eon-  sumer will be called  upon  to  pay a  ���������jaSi"-. -ii!.tf. - :-_"--���������; ^ARU^Uiv--,  th> sj^kerB,- and <*. is.  occu  ���������?%m  ������^S^^wI������:^ra^*i3BWJ���������.;vrw,y:;:.w*re^  '���������_-:V.;*"-������������V>;������*.f  j|^.s*lS_������.������_.  the-ljadli-sl-on  ... .:r^|iii������������ft^?������^^:li^SI^^  ate  use  9*  S;  fo^ial'  l^������  ���������, .,,..,5i5S-j,.u73i-^  mg an institute holt-noUce of niotion  on;||r^fc^v^^ji^||������fcJth  --v*���������- of the Associated Grow-era were  make it coBnpr.Ieory far the Institute  S7..J7;>  ^^^0Z^^Z^^^^^  post week, returned to Kimberley en  laster had a small representation at  theBan���������? Orchestra dance, at Creston  ^,^f^^i^:  ;J.r,"*^:'Gi^  .it������������-!':  ,.-.������������������ -.._���������...- ..���������..-........,.,,-^^-...._.  -���������~,, VlS-t.':  ^he:.���������-0&-rOa',;.$5oa������.������B.. -S4^rsn������  Impll^ii^^l^l^plji^^  '"''"'''!''"'"'~"'1ay|p^  __   _ ^ _     _   _ g-Joil^Si^^  upper end in order to take care of th*  seepagecoming in from the higher  '''v ar-aa^fche!ftoi*-i*---^^^il!������lte������l  ^������^-������'-**-.T_E^*^i''^iii_.s;iMsil-,^~iA  :_-ift?^'ra-im-;a^H������^-SS-fe;:('^;'^^  tinoo to change hands, this week s sale  S^^.E.s;������s^fc^'a.ft^5-5������.-^:-i������.'>'V?rf^  neingtn'r lorms-r isurgess rancn, wnien .  has becocne the property of H. Pbipps,  ^;S^^iW0i^0m^.ti^'  up  the  school, the  omcu|ul^^^>lKeej^������*i^  J^ m*;trtiBt;a<jt������Mntand not use  liinipii li^^^^^^K���������"',. ..,,  ^^^^"^s^^ss^i^1--;^^--^'^^*-*;^ agq^abouSialSiifi^e'^m^^  M^^^fS^ ������5-^ ^ ^Sw #5 f>^  months  |i^|^i^^|^l^  bc:  "eg  c,-.^^f-': ,;f-.W"nn'ni^W^v&;S"������t������iiii������<  eui  Bic  Jsj*^jnia|-aB^ .^..,,>...-^-.^.., -.,.,������  ^-���������i*^^^ivj^^^'-**i'r'-i*_:.;'---- '���������'������������������',-.-���������---���������--.'-. .;>.-ti---.  --A������.i-^^.:.^.-������W''-^'.'<::^^^S.i'_\������-^.-U-W^r'j*^���������--W  days ago with a carload of effects, and  h^y^r^O^rtit^en^*^^  Phipps -should -find himself right   at  home here, as' in addition to'farming  he has had considerable experience at  fernr-tceo^  ���������^���������A-."*r^*At^-H'--?,.v:.^;^' -^ :>---���������"'��������� ���������"---���������'*- *���������- r-.-.r.���������*-, ��������� ���������,-.���������+��������� ���������- ',���������*������������������..���������.'--.���������.*-'���������.:���������: -���������  ""'""    ^������������;i;;iwhoiM7*-f^^  ^iehKa"s'-.tre^: |aU'roim  ' ae tte^putUnjcj^t-of ^  ^^s*rme;:^-arni;;  *-^*jt������afance atthe  a Uw������?e orde^^ '  ��������� .���������'���������w-������'������"ff?-''-"-*i>;w ��������� -*-.'*ii  the br-rain away from; the more econ-  omu^^lnbliiied:v,;auio^ I  to-jn^albu's^rd^  :���������_ promiseB  , an-i if theraachsD^  ���������:~X.iXXXS::  that outside the cost of fencing the de*  "'" ~'' i^Bs^osi^^  use, wraw-  "b^SS::^-j^ !���������������������������>  Saw-.'.-'SSSps...  .. lnl_������ahirnbsjli|^  '.--'l--".']'v-/"'A.''..-V^."-?,r;' .---'   ':*-.--'-1   '- ";.-'V.!-:-^^-^--.-- ---.;��������� '.'->*''--.-^.-������������������'-^; ";:*���������-^ '    ���������--���������������������������'. ���������.iV-'i-l >J  -.-   *   J  The aaSd-month Church of Bngland  serwioe will be nt 3 -o'clock  Sunday.  y^riili^  a---**1 _.-*?.������������������ t?:r^.'^^jjC,'������i'-C^**/-������I^--'i'*.t? ���������-*'- '.'-.-!>3:-,T--. "i^-:v: ".'--'i*.- -.J' i.-fz',''* 1 -v.- - '���������-' --.-j -.. ���������-.���������������������������-^ -*...'v-L1-"- -_________T.__.__:  JlhM!^i^|S|t@7p72SSl^ ;���������*������----  .^^M^l^-^llilliiii^:  .7;-r^;;map,;sn^  ho|sii^-^^ .;.4.^ ;S-  ft^Hl������.and^*fi^������am^  i?Orks SB n������lt &&ari_.������c-ip-.UHii h^^SftBCtE  the IDdmfnion Express will equip all  soft f*-nit carryingC������rs with the device,  next season. ';Pre*������nt- plana- are to try  ont the machine*onrtbe first carliiadiif  berries rolling ftdxn.the island; have it  '���������;"i*e6wa^e^''.for ���������: w 'firsils^r^l^^lf;  '; Salmon: Arm, and then hj-^  ;able:fo1^^i^n^/  :-uBed';ln;:frtm;^W^^  '%A������^x&"::<^pft;i&;*,  ^-^-i  |wlS^;lWM^7of^  ^isf^piiwi^fM  ^^m^A-A^f77: ���������': '.--^  J Schopicib  flntl������el7th9>and will notW  ':l^e^l&:7i-^' ;-feC 'xZAyA^AAAAAAAAMxP:  ^���������^������������������'Xity:xxAA:A:' AAA."."yA:A.:~m-:A} AAA'^-iyAAz  j^^tV^nli-JMr&^G  essioii-of  the   Cott������--Ul   ranch^^^^^^^w  they purchased early in the mohtb,: on  Munda-r,-Mi^. Cotte  '..��������� Jim Bateman, who  ing at Yaiiilc for tJbe past four m  arrt-red home on Tuesday losfl, and is  bn������y with spring  opernttOhB  on   the  ������������������'iMh'di������^H:?i/-;'V:';' v  Misa- '-'dhaiflotte.., ���������':Sipeaker,r'.'wfi������o'; Jias-  ��������� -���������'������������������ 7,.-.i:":'^-'-f1-..7 .;.:-.i-������.-i"i-f. .--.;v"7: r^.i.it-v:' '.'-:-V -. -r v ���������*'���������:���������  -;���������'*>.:  GRAIN, &c  . ,t Mr.;-jO-wteiti ;and .f.son::,-a������rSwe^>.|roh^  iBtellrue; All^, at.^  and' will'ib-e***^  Tbe buckwa^ spring.^^B^  pst^encing U^is yew  ^^y^efSn)!^!^^! ,;|w*^^':,^������y" ��������� ."5*1?  |������a-M^|f:v;;'-pr'^.^77  Hugh"Wd Will Graham ai-e ^  .with'1tho';Vailley,i^  'ing pui-chai-ed the former Dr..;.liende--������  soi^ Ford lWst wee quBtc  at home behbid the Bt^oiing^ w  JimTBundley landed a   two   and  a  4������a_u#f-.' ������_r ������jp|*pj"_������*_r������;  i-^-^i^^.^^l^"^^^.-^--^  ������������*3v;fe5:'r"J������  Q.E--H. te forced to lay off sblfie of the] tfcit^^  .������'iwMwiK:7-;.rR:---:'-C-'VS������?-^ *r5^������^ifc_i^*;'i_t������^as������__i=__.������_*.i_;':.*  OUts  V'-:������v'.*r=t---'c  -cue.  aAtractivety Crom Oregon grape vine.  She presented a recipe for chetry mar-  moUde. the-sale of which: had helped  turn to profit some -of -the:Kootenay  ������i.^_  _^������ ii 2_v^������:-:S^-C&i^_i^M';K:i&i:  ,.���������._,_������_,.,,. '_^_v.^"'^_.������ ������ -_r������ i...l_.a._,__..^.  lB^������^������-������ jf;..W!.������J,.UlX������������OJ ���������u.i.Bitv-*-."-"������*������Ol,������T-u5i-l*  gone to waste.7 She also cizhlbited a  vacation starting .on   the" 16th,  Mr!. ^n-sr---^3:|n^xha!������_- of the depot in  ���������x^>  Mr. snd Mrs. l_oasby0 Mr. and Mra*  roa-j^^; Brown m^e'np������;:motOT  ^:S -'^7:  this arran*  able''area;itor>;;  7:--in additidu io:  itrictii-e.  fibres that if ^  '-*���������*"""      sIsac^B^D^  ^:JOE^b&^SbaiSi^  -ap$tB0K$^  ;fereln1-i)^'f-^ ..,.,   le;&"OTp7sha^.:y^^  ign that she had mode from a. epecially  ti-eatedparchinent paper, as well aa a  b^ket - made from corn ;hu^*k>:7ji9he;.  also--trbngly urged the ^Uvk  flqwera^forhej&Ithfutand o  exercise, as-well as for the be^utlflca-  "tionoltUe^  'aa^g^k'''^."^de^ v^;^^i^%^^^  ���������'' ���������.',��������������������������������������������� '-'/-r ;..- :.;'-t- >".-,.'  '-;"'-. . ������������������'-'���������.���������   - -  '-' - "���������' ,': ��������� ���������" : ,'!  fa-lT^,"'*.-' "'"'".   '     ';."'"V-'fv'Hi4-i:'V"������i������J ',- ���������'"��������� /'  In addition to the  satiaXactoryati  'tendanceeighfrnew  m^mlMJWi joined  nn^ff"^:,^*^^i-^|^ ..brli(ifl-M^;*^^        [tip  " i"^; |.,':|^;;:-ili^ei;:^^  Idmau of OrA^wfbrd 33ay will be 'here-  baskets from pine needles, JXlAr^..  '^ Mrsi-^Jf.;:_!;,'JWdj^to ;:m'vored' 'Wttliif,a  couple Of pt^o soIob, an_l refresh menta.  -nt*!* aorved byMre. (}e6i JohnBon,  Mrs,; Dow. and- Mrs. IJdgatJp, fche tvee-  half-r^und rainbow t^  day IHBhing %lp along tho Cioat.   This ������������** <*������ the crippled children fund at  sample is almost a'pouhd heavier than   Vawconvor.  th������: biggest tjpo.nt c'angh.t filVJa^t season  in. Mawson Broe*. <;humpion8liip competition. ,".;,,   ������������������";;",:  The waa quite a satisfactory turnout  ut tho initial Bcuston of tlie Oburcb of  Bugland Buudity school at' the ^clifoo.-.  houiie on Sunday afternoon,; i������nd  arranacmonti) are completed fo_< Mlsa  Pbilpott and two usalstant teachers toi  l-andlo the^Worit."' "'^pr:,^e-pi-eaenb, ^e  "cbuwh'soryiv'e'V;-������; W  Sunday afterhoon ut _Vo'clock, !''  cultivate the land  ;\^prx>per1y.'.:;;'v  "%Y% _i    W^t   ���������     '   a <-*1_L#  __N-__E,|_i na_|(_ya _tVa      '     _���������������_! __ai__ ui__kimAa_| __T_ii-IHa-l'__f'lkV___i-MN '  *B_*iBs^ ^CT*J������-3J  lR.ffSVft���������* wfl'      ^fttf"'*���������*    ^!faw^SQ*Sw^Gmr^hPS%* ������������������*(������������������  ..       l' '   '"tirf^&mm  .,.,, ;,iti ���������  ' ,.     '  ,,^ ,' ,'' , '7',   '������-     7 ,'-  ,'-      i' ������,,'������;', i     '."',  '- inoreasefli' 'the"yleldMj'.'"'���������*������������������':���������  "'   . ", **'''!" '    , ,  . ��������� ���������.  '   -       '' *" 7. -  -T-lJi A.' C:    laiif t_0 -t>H_*I' I  .. There were' uound-i' of .j-eveiry by  night ut the Wood bine ranch on. Friday when Mr.  and  Mroiy' R������ J. liOnc  V"*'br������.Ap1flt.8-*i*Jt'iwjad feos!l*������i;t* Orcat'on  'M^sonfi.'*''At"'������ard,f ' the,:.prltio ��������� 'iMSores  wc|t^ mode by Mia. > f^iillandiUne and  T." Wl'' Bwndy.''..'Af M*r 'a '������������n������iid tit .'I'lnc^i,.  the glee club ������-endorrd u very approprl-  nto nmuilcal programme .'-'and'' tho two  nkopion gucata votecil the a'Kair quite the  '������^^l,of'#ny..of,i^'|i|i fiji v o' jp.ji-ttuiutia 1 k in -j tt- 'r 14-  nln_}-s ol.' the: aoi't������ ^ ,awt'c-';.,.f.fab#wlb' w������;  and from town tvelng pvovlctext lay the  ear'uwnera' amongst the'1' fftnternltyi:  . About the finest dance of tho seaQon  ao for who that pf Saturday night at  the schoothousr, the niuqic for which  w-^s by the Dcmchuk ' oi-choiitra, with  the ladles Mupplylng an exccllnnt  lunot������,7.: y'Z.: '���������'ZZi. ; '''ZYa':a'ZZZ:-a "y -Z'y  .'"/'.Bam, trfu-achuk la', back from Oope-  lund and",bnoy'.withi'^pring;��������� work:;''.on  thoranch* " '.       "  7-    ���������.'' i' . ���������������������������  t JTos. JToi y was a vlaltor at Oi-anbrook  a few day* last week on'' buelnoas in  connectibn    with   the l&H forestry  work., ,.;.,'.;/:.���������;,, ; ,-i. ���������;��������� x,;.x ������������������;,..���������.������������������  ,���������.; ���������'.;  School cloood y������-iit*-rday for the  I_as_eV vacation which will continue  until thu 28th, Fiiuclv>,tl l?otiroo hM  hta diCNitan ranch leaiad tor the your  ana.'wSU . esHftnd': a ,;'r������\*V''holidayv this;  iSa-n'MSvi''''''"' ���������.''.'   7i7_.;v!'7/ '   I-".    ,:.','.Z-  ..; 1,-hlh'ga uccrun'.vwcvtezly; on time'at  the school now a One n^w clock having  3w������������t ' r>r--*n   IwWfi������Vorl"-^---"fi������>F-ori ri"iiH ' w'^b  mm,  ^Moirt-__^  whpch has.made   them   coast 'visitors  ;?; :,At. the April mss-ting of the Eogl^  ipbarcblj^ies* Auxiliary on Monday  860 was ybted to the gene^^^  dfChrisiChurob, Creston, a^  'o^rlbg;fMm";l^    par|*rtii������:7/' aY^ZaZYx  "ZZfiZi ^d^miiifC --of .-gireiat-'. int^p^it''.'to:; the ���������  people: of  Sirdar 'was solemni-ced. 'at  phrist Church, Cre������ton,on Wednesday  nftcfnoorj, when Mies Edyth Rachet,  daughter'\of: Mrs. - Henderson: :pielaj--������l'  of   Sunshine   Buy,    was" united   in  hmrriage ivith Duncan Scott Taylor of  Oranbrook, the rector^^ev. H. Vwrley  o^ciatlng-"'.,; :*-Pli-i������-" *;~::;.i->rt|-l<?������..V7 ^eifcio-H'' ."ivas  go-(vned in a handsome. traveUmg costume of royal blue, with hat to match,  and carried a boquet of roor-s and lily  of the Valley, was gtvtan ;away>h^'i.er  mother,   with   Mrs.  M.  Q. Jonea  of  Knskollook as matron, of honor,1 and  Mr. Nell of Kusknnook supporting the  ((room.   The bridal party motored, Into Crouton from JKuskanook; Mr. Bevan , provl ding a. oar:'. that'; was \ huut& ������p-  .proprtately attired for, such  an  aos-  plctous j ourney,;; After. the ceremony  the Whole woddlng iparty,"; whl������m\'ln-"  eluded a number of \ the brfde^ \\ lady.  friends from Sirdar, wenre entertained  at a reooption in charge of Jiro.. parley  at the rectory.   The groom*a gift to  the bride was a wrist wat*-h, while n  pretty gold . pcudunt  set with \ *me~  tSuyaita waa.' tho  brldo"! ; re'mcsnbiraxtco  from- her mother.   Amongst the oat-  of-town . guemts   were. Mrs. . Taylor,  'mother of tile grooin,.' who came on to  <Qi*caton tou i.i_v������  wedding.. AmiuM*- a  Hborol fthowor of coniettl Mr. and Mta.  Taylor took the  westbound train  at  prcttton ou their  howuyiuaoou,   which  will be mpent at coast l-olatsy  and  on  their rcitnrn thoy, will renlde nt Otran*  brook.   The brldo was a particularly  popular member of Sirdar's younger  act and a boat of good wl������hcs aro ex*  tendWl Mr. and Mim. Taylor for a long  nnd ,h-rrir-j' V*U\   , "    !  C^ton at present. ;.:!l^>::keep'''it|ie'e3---  peh8e bu---den dbwn^^  arraugements; <������n :be :m        to do' tb������  work ov^-;-a peri^ of three -t-eors, or  even five- if:. necessary,   but he most.  strongly urged the taru-O^ea bo get 1^  work under way at tlie eorileet{K*eslbie  date and wh������*rtherdone*ln  Sn^^m^nts,. 'to ^.j^ifee;; ^-.irori' ^|haJ^ilM������".  !-������������ri_;.'waa^dbne^-we^  .'Kaslols tolki-og ^  8"W*ru.mIng gala this 8umjt*|"^.:':^^  ':^ v_Tiie' - Commercial Hotel ������i ITaikk*  which was d^troyed by'fire; 'early'' in  March, will be rebuilt.      ' 7^      '.':''  Urgent call sent out to  all Growers to attend a  Meeting in  'kit- llXQ-31-tT :WXL  1 '��������� ������������������������  ��������� _1'"-L:^'- .^ A:A'\m-A-'��������� A'u  an  9  BUSINESS: '  Bisenssing Fruit Selling arrangements  for 1024, and  appointing Directors lor the  Creston Co-Operalivo Fruit  ' Jfiacchango.  It is to the advantage of all  #.^.^. ..Hi. . *. '_.^.     '      -^ ^., ,_ !.#> *.!������*.   ^ .������M*,������._*  ^������������������"" '::,mc*c-!;n^. ��������� ',  mmm  mmmwmm.  ^-���������:���������-������..- -'   ���������������������������;���������.-���������������������������������������������   -r-t.-A *���������<���������������>>'���������  ir;    ' ���������'���������. i ���������������    A-:'t'' '     '-"'"<���������"' ���������������������������-'--'���������.-  mmm  HSBS  mw'fif^'fmmmm  mmimm*ww*im  wmmwmmHmmwmimmmmmmimm THE    REVIEW,    CRESTOH,    B.    O,  i  Ask for Blue Ribbon Tea and  Is  *"ju$t ^s go������.4**  *������������  Try' it  r  "She does not play," I said,, "it was  you who didvthe playing���������you and  poor, hot-headed Jim. He, I am certain, thinks as much of Jean as lie  ever did, it was jjist because" he was  jealous-, of Mr. Macleod and resentful  of Mr3;^-Mowbray's disapproval .that he  fell .in with- your idea of amusement  And ' if he-" isn't thoroughly*' ashamed  of himself by this time I do not.Kilow  Jim Cameron."  - "Well," Lilah broke in flippantly,  "i������s nothing to lose one's temper over,  is it?"-   \  _ I picked np the bill, paid it, and got  away as quickly as I could, sizzLing  inside", as Murray describes it. How  that girl can be Mrs. Mowbray's, niece  and Jean's cousin is more than I can  understand.     ���������      -. ^  Widespread  Sale  of Tar-lac  Consistent Advertising in  Newspapers  Given Large Share of Credit, for  Phenomenal Success         AG-nita. aa. ���������^(Special). ���������-Jtat&e-.  ^natibnalVProprietaries, Inc., mariiifac-  "turers and distributors of Tanlac,  have* announced that the year just  closed was one of the most profitable  ones in the history of.the company.  At.  the ..same    time they announced fb?dy. 'which causes the cells to break  down and become malignant.  GPS EAT SUCCESS OF  A well--kn������wn London Surgeon and  recognized authority on    Cancer   has  created world.;: wide interest in the discovery  that Cancer'is due to  a de^--  fLclency  o.f potassium  "salts", in the  OPENSMG  -BY-  ELINOR MARSDEN ELIOT  Author ot "My Canada," and Other  Stories  was that -Leslie should have grown to  care for her as he did, it was. merely  a commonplace that she _should give  him her whole-hearted "devotion.     "^  TnTi r\----������i-T������  JuU-C-C-LOU.-. V  prepared for a greg.t change, X-eslie's  face  haunted me  for hours.      I  saw  X-_a+vn ���������fii-.c-'i- o c? t+ V.o--4'������--rtr*/i/! ������-.������_ Ario ^-a-^ T������5c������  XJ-J..UU.    U10L|    <*���������������-!     J.%,     JtACV^/J^-OlA^vif    %0AM.   JlSi-l-O     *_������*.     JL*.Ak>  bad days when, -weary 'after a sleepless" night, he had scarcely the  strength to speak to me. ��������� The second  CHAPTER   TWENTY-FOUR  Maudie and Mrs. Jones both urged  me "to stay with them for another  week,' but- nothing on earth could have  induced me,to change my plans." ft  was not that I had not 'enjoyed my  holiday to the full, but I was so overjoyed to have found my feet that, to  11QO   o   voto   -F-ciw-itr   motanlinT     T  -mairlM  to try them at once.  And  this  is  what  I  had* discovered:���������That "Winnipeg and Herrington's  Hope each had something Cor me that!  the other could snot give, -that while  there,.-was a deep-satisfaction in the  the  city  streets  Published by Special Arrangement  witl������ the Author  (Continued)  No morning*- passed without agent  after agent coming to the door with  something to sell, a!nd my heart ached for them, for in so many cases one  could see plainly the evidences of actual need. One night when we were  at dinner a man came asking for food  or money���������every bite I swallowed  seemed to choke me; even if he were  an    imposter    there    must have been  time I went to the hospital h������ wsa I Y.ery_ atmosphere of the, city  much better and I found him the old i the uue.uiOi:y of our little--hoine ii- its  jolly Leslie, interested in ail that I Quiet beauty tugged at my heart, making,me. realize that "in Murray's dream  of a country home    from    which - we  many who "were not. ������>  And, saddest of all, the morning I  spent in the office with Maudie, a girl  came looking for work, a girl of not  more than twenty, not dressed warmly enough for the iiine of the year but  carrying herself gallantly. >. She had,  sBe told Maudie, put an advertisement  in the papers, and answered many  others, but without success. And  now she was going from one office to  another, on the chance of picking up  something. She was far from home,  and she did not have the price of a  railway ticket. "Ana besides/' she  explained, "the folks at home do not  know that I was let out Dad has no  crop this year and I can't ask him for  help so long as there is a chance of  my finding .work."  - How Maudie drew all this out I do  not know, but. in any _event it was a  lucky day for that girl when she walked into the' office ' of ^Jones' "&' Jones,  and one shudders to think of what  might have happened had Maudie not  taken her up. Work had to he made  for" her, but the girl never knew that  her pay for indexing architectural  magazines and clippings came out of  what Maudie calls, with a crooked  smile, her "trousseau fund."  If I have ever giv-en anyone to "understand that Maudie, because she is  not a shining light in society, is not  the dearest and best and most tinsel-  fish girl that ever lived I wish to take  it "hack now, and to put it on record  that she has developed into one of the  finest and most -helpful women it has  ever been my privilege to know.  And Leslie t Ormond is one of the  most discerning of men.  Maudie told me all about her poor  little .romance the night after my first  visit to Deer Lodge.  It was much as I had surmised, even  to Maudie's inability to see that what  she was doing was anything out of the  ordinary.      To-her   the  only  wonder  could tell him about the members of  our old circle, leasing Maudie, and almost making us  forget his  pain-tor-  niieQ   cyca   aiiu   nuncuuig   ua.ix. JLUG  contrast between him and Maudie was  startling, and it came to me with a  flash .of insight that she,.-aetuaHy gave  him of her fine, wholesome strength  as she^ sat, taking little part in the  conversation, where he could see her  without turning his head. It was  like something one reads about, not  quite canny. That he ��������� was- almost  childishly dependent on her_was evident, even through all, his nonsense.  That more than anything else showed  how broken he was, for in the old  days he had been more than, a trifle  autocratic���������a young man rejoicing in  his strength to an- extent that Margaret Anne had always somewhat resented!  m,   i  MRS. MISENER'S  GHES AND PAINS  Vanished After Using Lydia  E. Pii-fcham's Vegetable  Compound  ** Branchton, Ont. ���������'' When I wrote  to you for help my action was mostly  rj prompted by curioa-  j lty. I wondered if  I, too, would benefit  by your medicine. It  was the most jirofit-  eible action I have  ever taken, I heartily asaure you, for  through its results I  am relieved of moat  of my Hufferini-ft. I  have taken six boxes  of Lyrli* R. Pink-  ham's Vegetable  Compound Tablets and a bottle of Lydia  E. Pinl-ham's Blood Medicine, and I can  honestly any 1 have never been bo well  before. I had suffered from pains and  other troubles since I was fifteen years  old, and during the 'Groat War * period  I worked on munitions for two years,  and, in tho heavy lif tin-? whioh my work  enll'-'t for, I H<tr������iri<*d myiwlf, cnuRing  pelvic inflammation from which 1 have  suffered untold aj-ony, and X often had  to p-ive uoand pro to bed. I had doctored  for several yeara without netting permanent relief, when I started to take  your mediclnea.**- Mrs. CoLDWtM M-3-  i-iNKfc, Bran-ihton, Ont,  Write to the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Obourir, Ontario, for'a f roecopy  of Lydm K, Pinkham'a. Private Text-  w ci e,    luauuie    iuiu   juts,    pro l>-  erly engaged, "though Mother thinks  I am foolish to call it that and more  fooIish_still to think of marrying him "  "You do think of it?" I asked, see- j  ing that Maxidie expected" the question.  "Yes," was the reply. "He is beginning to talk - of going home to  . < . fOr the end. If the doctors  decide that, he may be moved with  safety I shall" go with him. He wishes  it. and it is all* that I can do for him."  I had tea one afternoon at the  Clarendon with Mrs. Fenwick. a very  happy and prosperous-looking Mr"s.  Fenwick who was, however, most  eager to hear alt my news and not at  all loathe to confess that she would  he glad to see the 1st of- May.  "My old lady is a dear," she said,  "and I am-������aking a really miserly  pleasure in my savings account'. - But  you may tell Gwen that I'll be home in  time to look after her���������all xhe money  in the Bank of Montreal could not.  keep me here once spring comes."  Not so pleasant as my chat with  Mrs. Fenwick was my encounter with!  Lilah Armstrong, whom I met one j  morning in Eaton's. I was provided  with a perfectly good excuse for not  accepting ber invitation to''"dinner the  following night, for I had every minute engaged, but she insisted that we  should go up to the Grill for a cup of  tea. I could not refuse, though I felt  sure that what she desired was not so  much my company as the opportunity  to "learn the result of her summer's  fun. '  Naturally I took a wicked satisfaction in talking around what she wished to hear until In desperation she  came to the point herself.  "I suppose Jim Cameron told you  that he had come to see me when ho  was passing through the city," she  said.  "No," I replied, "he does not write  to me." / ,  I did not think it necessary to tell  her that he had written to Murray  two or three times.  "I did not think he would have tho  nerve to come," she went on., "When  I asked him to call if he was ever In  town I did not think for a rainule that  he'd do It. . It was rather <awkward,  too, for I had oilier company that  evening."  "Jim would naturally think that you  meant  tho   invitation  after  you   had  been so friendly last summer," I said.  Lilah shrugged her shoulders.  "A girl has to ho amused," she said,  "and  I  love  to  plaguo  Jean.      Ever  since we were .little glrla that prim,  dignified  way of hers has raised tho  very Old  Nick in mo.      I wonder Jf  alio and Jim will make It up now that  *I am out of tho way?"  Tho laKt ncntonco was more than I  could stand.  "Did It ovor occur to you," I asked,  "i.'.iat Joan might not feci inclined to  tako back what you havo spoiled? Jim  never wan Rood enough for hor, and  aftf?r his allowing you to make such a  fool of lilrn I would not blnmo Joan  */ ri*4<; rcr'u'><;(( lo Jinvt* (inylliJoK ������i������or<i  to do with him. Who In too 'flno find  *'ln'.'<-ro hor-sclf to Huupoot tho iruth-  lh.it   Jliii'ii   't--i''"--m   liifnluKiiOu   \v������  might occasionally share the ad-van  tag'es of the' city there lay the solu  tion for people of our-'sort.    ,,  1 loved the���������casual contact with Ira  manity"' that -the city" afforded, the i  man-made beauty that carries its own  appeal, the sense that one is a part of  all-human endeavor. But I hated the  -crowded houses, the cruel contrast of  rich with poor, the shallow frivolity  and striving after amusement that  covered so much of discontent and  disappointment. After oeing away  from the city for a while I had brought  a-ne-wpoint of.view to bear upon.it,  .seeing things that I had never seen  before, and it seemed to me that,-lay-  .ing aside noh-esentials, one-could be  equally   happy    in the country���������hap- khG record breakine  pier  if  Murray  and   the ^ twins^ were , tH-Lrecord  Meaning  ther^?!  *"*������    said  that the sales of Tanlac had passed  the 40-million bottle mark. "  Executives of the company attribute  ilie great success of Tanlac to three  things:   Merit of the tonic, co-opera-  tiori-on the part of wholesale-and.retail druggists, and a consistent advertising, campaign, the greater- part of  which * was    concentrated   'in   newspapers^ "~~  " During    the  _ past - four years this  'company.'has spent over'?!,000,000 per]  year.in advertising.      Plans for 1924  call - for- an   increased    appropriation.  Additional    newspaper    space will be  used and additional -papers, added to  the list of 7,000 now used.    ."  Tanlac -was first introduced in  America over eight" years ago. It  immediately attracted-attention as a  -reconstructive stomachic tonic and the  demand was - phenomenal - from, the  first. Gradually Tanlac .was . introduced into every state In the union  and to Canada, . Mexico, Cuba and  Porto Rico. *-       ' I .  During the latter _par'if of the. year  tVuvo*. niQnnfoptnriiio   la1i������-!T.Q*.n-r-<3,<;   V������������iv������\  (-.__ _ .^     ������������������������������������.��������������������������� _.������. V. __.. __p      ������.^n.^J_������.^,.^.._^/������>   ~. ... . ^-  been erected in South America to care  for the business there. These are  in    addition * to    plants  operated  in  America, Canada and Mexico.  "The year Just  closed has  been a  most succesful one for our company,"  said    D.     R.  Millard,  Vice-President  ^andr General Manager.     "We attribute  year    ������o   three  "# In-, order that every-one ;may. learn  The  Real Cauoc" Of Cancer  a remarkable-book, has, been specially  twriffeni ". '-- "-7   -V*-"- -��������� -     ���������     -  This book will   be    sent    free , to-  patients or anyone who is. interested  in the 'most' successful    method    of  fighting "THE CANCER SOURCE."  - The   following   is--a ^list-   of   the  chapters-:��������� . .- ��������� -  1.. The'Limitatlons of Surgery*.",'. 2.  Some Doctors Oppose Operations. 3.  "What- Cancer is.    * 4.  Why    the    BODY  principles:^The  proven merit of- oiir  something    of the sort to-' tonic; the .splenuid co-operation of our  Cooking Methods. 6. Common Errors in  Diet. 7. Vital Elements ��������� of- Food. S.  Medical Endorsements of Our Claim. 9.  The Chief Minerals of the Body. 10.-Tho  Thymus Gland. ,11. Age "When Lime Begins , to Accumulate. T2, Potassium -  Causes lame Kxcretion. 13. Great Value  of Potassium. 14. Parts of Body Liable  to Cancer. 15. Parts Which Are Seldom  Affected. - IS. How a Doctor Can Help.  iu. Kow_ Lo Avoid. .Cancer. 18. Death  Rate from Cancer. 19. Arterial Stierosis  and Old Age.- 20. Rheumatism^ Gou"t and  Kindred Complaints.  With" this book'are-a. number of in-~  -teresting - case:reports,    proving . the  great.     Taiuc     Ol xjS.H^S.aoi.u.Xil   arcai.0  ment" -in .various cases.' The treatment ������s .simple aaiiA i.n.������xp������������isiv^*> auu  -can bejeasily taken in one's own home.  'Apply for. free book to Charles Walter, 51 Brunswick-Avenue, Toronto,  Ontario, Canada.  To Revive Trade  Maudie and she nodded understanding^-, *"it is- what is inside and not  what -is outside that counts,, isn't it?"  she said. "We are all restless these  days, so restless that only a few of the  wisest people know what ttfley really  want. ^That was why I enjoyed my  visit at Herrington's Hope so much,  you and "Murray were so happy and  contented, and so hopeful for the  future, thatJL felt rested all over."  (To be continued)  Had A Weak Heart  Was Very Nervous  For Three Years  _.MIss Jessie Peterson, Zealandla,  Sask., writes:���������"I wish to let you  know how much good Milburn's Heart  and Nerve Pills have done for me.  For nearly three years I was very  badly run down, had a weak heart,  arid was so nervous that sometimes -I  would almost faintaway. ' : u'  I heard of many people who had recommended your ��������� Heart and -Nerve  Pills, so I decided to give them a, trial-  After I had used, two boxesl found  *they had done me good, and after having taken five boxes I was completely  relieved. ������������������ -,���������"���������''��������� v*-*, .'  I cannot 7 rconimend your - Pills  chough, and I would advise anyone  haying a weak heart or troubled with  nervousness to use them." ���������".>-  i Milburn's H. & N.' Pills are 50c a  box at all dealers, or mailed direct on  receipt of price by -The T. Milburn  Co., Limited,; Toronto, Ont.  jobbers;- and the retail druggists who  recognize that it pays to handle advertised goods; and last, but not least,  to a systematic advertising campaign.  We are firm believers in newspaper  advertising and the great bulk of our  appropriation was spent    for    newspaper space.      We use    some    7,000  newspapers in this "country and  Canada at present.'*'   ' ������������������- -   7 -     _. ���������-  "We have recently 'coinpietecTa survey of business conditions throughout  the country and- believe that 1924 will  be a prosperous year, not only for our  company,  but  for other business  as  well."  "We have made our plans for Increased business and have adopted an  advertising appropriation that" will be  one of the largest in the country. Our  faith in newspaper" advertising Is based on experience. We have passed  the experimental stage and we do not  hesitate to place our okey on newspapers as the best medium for adver  Purch'asing Power of Farniers Must  Be- Restored at Once  That there can be no great industrial revival until the farmers*. purchasing power is restored by .a proper  balance-of commodity prices, was,the"  opinion ^expressed- by" President J. L.  Stansell, of Sta^ordvlile, Ont., of'the  Canadian Breeders' Association, in his  address at the annual meeting.of the  association in" Toronto. This restoration, he stated, may involve a  lowering of transportation costs and  a lowerinj-*of prices of all goods that  ordinarily find a market on the farm.  Beware of Imitations!  -tising our product."  S  Estimates place the total population  of. the world at 1,600^000,000.  Its Quality Selis It.���������The fact that  so many thousand^ of inteligerit people continue to use Dr. ThomaB' Ec-  lej-ctric Oil speaks volume for it's healing efficiency. Ever since it was first  Introduced it has grown steadily in  public favor, owing entirely to its  manifold usefulness In relieving and  healing sickness. , As a sped fie for  cuts, burns-, scalds, and various inflammatory pains its record is beyond  mproach. William    Henry   Harbison was tho  Tliero    aro    twenty-two-auto stage'oldest man chosen for the presidency  lines  longer than  100 miles in  Call-  oi tho .United States, being six^r-oight  fornia. ~        I at the'time of his inauguration Jn; 18.1.  Gold From the Air  Aeroplane   With   Its   Precious   Cargo  Makes  Forced. Landing    ,  '  One of these days it may rain gold.  A French, commercial aeroplane,  which left Croydon ^witli 560"* kilogrammes of gold (ingots and coins),  was forced by b^d weather to coine  down at the emergency landing ground  at Polx (Somme).  The gold, which was being dispatched by a London bank to Switzerland,  says Iteutpr, was sent on to Le Bour-  get by motor car, where it passed the  customs In the ordinary way.  Eight aeroplanes have flown from  Dakar to Bamaku in West Africa. Six  went on as' far as Timbuctoo, in the  Sahara.  This was altogether a, journey of  1,400--miles, and five halts were made.  "Dnless you see the "Bayer Cross"on  package or on tablets*^_������)U are not getting the genuine Bayer Aspirin proved  safe by millions and prescribed by  physicians over twenty-three years for*-  Colds Headache  'Toothache Lumbago  Neuritis Rheumatism  ���������   Neuralgia Paln^.Pain  Accept "'Bayer Tablets of Aspirin"  only. Each Unbroken package contains! proven . directions. Handy boxes  of twelve tablets cost few cents. Druggists also'sell bottles of 24 and 100.N..  Aspirin Is the trade mark (registered ><  in Canada), of Bayer Manufacture of  Monoacoticacldoster of Salicyllcacld.  While it is; well known that- Aspirin  moans Bayer manufacture, to assist  the pubfteagainst imitations, tho Tablets of Bayer Com*pany will bo stamped with their general trade mark, tho  "Bayor Cross." 7  Dmdrig the. paBt yj&ar 1,700 separate  broadcasting programmes, averaging  five Hours each. in.length.- hayo been  transmitted from stations In Great Bri-  tain.      7  '  ;���������  I I  ���������n.     .  4 r . ....   t*   ������ ft..,..  ..-. p.  ������r  W.    N.    U.     ir������K'  ninortontliH your dolnf?���������und If nit a  '���������vnr find*i It out I hopn 'the will bn loo  proud to forj-Ivo him."  "What (t hum over nol.ltlni*," romnrlt-  od LI la h calmly. "I'm rmro' I novel'  wunt'ifl him, and if Jnrm did bIib  hIkhiM liiivt-. I<������.|>l. Mm. I I'm all In Ihn  K������m������\ itiul If uh*' (lormn't- know thi)-  rul������'������ hIh- s-hmiWn'l  i������Isiy."  .  f -m  ){  ii  t_������  ������* :/ll * * e: Hi H !:1ft>n^<-ft <*'��������������������������������� '���������/Xii'i'^.'rM ���������������  tif#<������(* Hit *-*Ss*������'lwWl-.r?!-ih.''������rH#i# -|> i-i^m-A-  ���������i. t.'r. *i'l"-T.-'i^-T-.*! THE   BliyiEW,   CBES-JXM,   B.   O.  Suicide Or Not?  GOOS> home-made  bread has always.  been the chief food  of the earth's sturdiest  races..   None of.the  "__..;_,"-..__!���������������������������.    '**���������-*>-J***    ^-'^--  u-ci. n.x|jia t -tuuvci  h/x -  Health foods can equal  bread in nourishment.  Good bread is the  most digestible food as  ���������well ������s the-chealSest..  Proper    Diet    is    Essential. to    Goou-  Health and ..Long Life  "Life is ,admitLerly a highly valued  possession and when a case of suicide  comes under our notice it is customary to discuss such, an unpleasant matter from our thoughts with, perhaps,  a fleeting regret .for the insane folly  of the fellow creature who has acted  as we could * not under any circumstances.  T-hU3, living in a fool's paradise, the  civilized world deludes itself "and, un-  _consciously, fydly twenty-five- million  civilized men and women are steadily preparing- themselves to fill suicides' graves.  Reader, 4n and for "your own purely  .selfish interest, ask*'yours elf If you,  individually, are ...one of that formidable number, but "don't answer the  question until vou have mentally!  digested the.following! You may, or  may not, be a heavy meat eater, but  has it ever occurred to you- that if the  Creator had intended you to lire on a  flesh diet, you would not have been  provided with your alimentary canal  which is mote than, three -times the'  length of, that which has proved sufficient for all the carnivora-or de*signr  edly; flesh-eating beasts',   sinc-3-^ their  Stops Coughs. Colds    ^  Sore Throat in a Night  Think of a" msdi-  cine so healing," so  balsamic and antiseptic-    that ��������� ever--  *������������*������������-)���������������. ���������������-%-? -*M"hl*r3 L-r_*__rfl  soreness goes before  It. .-  '1CATARRHO-  ZONE" is so certain  In* catarrh, bronchitis, that-' every  "ease is r e 1 i e-v e d  promptly.  Experiment "iio longer���������success is  guaranteed if you use CATABRHO-  ZONE���������a\veritable. death to catarrhal  diseases, because it A destroys", their  cause and remedies their effects. *���������  Delightful and slmpleHo use, quick.  to act, sure - ln results. Better get  CATARRHOZONE today. Large size,  sufficient for two months' treatment,  ifrlce ������=_.09* small size 50c. At all  druggists. - -)I.efuse a substitute for.  CATARRHOZONE." By mail from  The Catarrhozone Co.. Montreal.  WORLD HAPPENINGS  BRIERY TOLD '  -                               ^  The committee of cardinals which  has been dealing with the proposal to  erect a monument* to Pope Benedict  XVT has decided definitely to place it  Jn Saint Peters.   >'-,. -,     -   "���������-..-.,-  It is' announced SifTLaming- Worths  ingion-Evans, who was secretary for  war in the Lloyd George government",  has] been appointed editor" in chief of  the Financial News.  Washington has a new _sensation in  the* disclosure Jth.at four-, of Uncle  Sam's first .line battleships are in such'  a decrepit c'ondlton' that it is'consid-  _ere"d unsafe to 'operate - them ; ���������at a  speed of more than J2 knots.  Jr������p.* Morgan Jbas announced that as  a niemorial to his father7tiie late J.  Plerpont Morgan/he has turned over  hisc magnificent library, Its valuable  contents and the ground upon which ic  stands to a board of trustees, who are  entrusted with its maintenance in perpetuity for the use of scholars from  all parts of, the world."  .. Use common sense in the matter of  your diet here_after to repair the injur--  ies   already unwittingly inflicted1 and  you will soon .find Nature willing and  ready to co-operate* with your efforts. 1  Reader,   with   the   above   facts- before you, it now rests with your own  .conscience to, adopt or reject the-suicidal route and, if you wisn a wee bit  rof help "along the road your heart tells  > you to--travel, ..the writer will gladly  and-~freely mall* you a sane dietary if  you write for it to Cfiarles Walter, 51  'Brunswick Avenue, Toronto,  Ontario,  Canada.  , *"��������� *.-'-'.-.  x  Women Can Dye Any :  . Z  . Garment,   Drapery  Persistent   Asthma.     "Almost distressing characteristic of this debilitating disease, is the persistence-ucith  Which recurring attacks come to sap  Oye   or   Tint   Worn,    Faded  ^        '    New-for 15 Cents  KamondDyes  Things  C.r.K.  improvement  Programme  Railway    Making /'tei-ep~ar*ationa * For  Anticipated Jsrowth of Traffic  "In" confident anticipation'"of a.large  volume of imnfigratiqn~"In "thig .and  succeeding, years, -with a conse"4uent  increase "in. production and~growth. of  traffic, the Canadian Pacific Railway  will this year proceed���������with its usual  ! programme   of  improvements,"   D.   C.  ; Coleman, vice-president in charge,  western lines of the railway, has announced.  "To provide service for the new  terminal elevator business now being  erected at the head of Lake Superior,  additional yard tracks will -be constructed in Fort William" arid" Port  Arthur.     ---"*���������-'  ' "To permit the phenomenal grain  movement of 1923 to be equalled, and  if possible surpassed in succeeding  years, .considerable additions will be  made to the terminal tracks at Ig-  Tiace,= Kenora, QuQoolc- and Wynyard.  Extensions will, also be. made to the  existing: trackage rat Vermilion, Mur-  illo, Fort Garry, Austin, Vlrden, Min-  ngdosa,* Johnston,. Bredenbury,* Antler,  Tuxford, Cluriy, Kirkpatrick, Kneehill,  Milk River, Spring Coulee, New -Dayton, Calgary. Coleman, Banff, Temple,  Duthill, Misku, GttertMl, Misko, Sal-  Don*, wonder whether you can dye  or tint successfully, because perfect  home dyeing is guaranteed with "Diamond Dyes"' even iff "you have never  dyed before. Druggists baveall colors;  Directions in each package. _  Bald-headed criminals are very  rare, "say those who have * made a  study of the subject.  mon"Arm, Notch HilI,,Grindro* Okanagan Landing, Beavermouth and Van-  CHILDHOOD INDIGESTION  >.  Nothing is more common in childhood, than indigestion. Nothing Is  more 'dangerous to    proper   .growth,  away strength "and leave the sufferer   Pore -weakening  to., the  constitution  in a state of almost continual exhaus-   or more likely to pave^the way to dan*  tion.      No  wiser precaution   can   be   serous disease.     Fully-nine-tenths of  taken than that of keeping at band a   a" ,the minor 'ills of childhood have  supply of Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma   their root in indIges__on.-     There Is  Remedy, famous .as  the most potent   "������3,sai?ino ^������t.itt.   on(f? *? e"J������.    forces. 25 houses will "be erected���������for  remedy for eradicating    the    disease   Baby's X>wn Tablets Jn relieving this  couver.- In addition*, one'new siding  will be -constructed on-the Varcoe subdivision, three Ton the Broadyiew}sub-  division, one on the Indian Head sub-  divion, and one on the Kimberley  subdivision. - .  "New station buildings , will be  erected at Lac du Bonnet, Balmoral,  Gainsborough, Instow, Spalding," Gov-  an, Kirkcaldy, Chin, "New - Dayton,  Sylvan Lake vand Bennington.  "To provide for the comfort of employees, a comomdious. modern Y.M.-  C.A. building will be erected at Ig-  nace., Improved sleeping quarters  will also be-; provided for englnemen  at Moose Jaw, Assinlboia, Frank, Bow  Island, Couits and Aldersyde. To  accommodate' maintenance - of - way  St._ Lasvfence Deep -Waterway  Power   Revenues   Will "Finance   the  Project and  Not a Cent of.  Taxation Needed  Very  interesting   io   the   people oi  Western  Canada  in getteraL and to  the farmers of the prairies in particular, is the statement recently issued  from the headquarters of tbe St. Lawrence Deep Waterways Association of  Western'  Canada;    at Swift Current,  when the executive director,    A.    S.  Bennett, -stated- that the cost of the  St. Lawrence improvement would be  entirely" borne from revenues derived  fr<5m^the development   and    sale    of  power, ��������� .-This method of financing-, he  claimed, should entirely dissipate the  fears-expressed in some quarters that  the" country could not stand the expense of this great undertaking at the  present^fime, even though, the economic returns   were  potentially   enormous.     ' "-- - ,  Mr. Bennett went on .to say: "fi^-ias  come, to our attention that in a num-  bsH* of instances there   lias "bees    a  rather "misleading impression conveyed to the public through  newspaper  articles Jn   connection-'with   the^ St.  Lawrence project, whereas the facts  are very-' plain.      In a memroandum  recently    presented    to the Fremieiy  Hen. W. Is.  MfloKenzie  King,  at  Ottawa, Mr. O. E. Fleming, K.C., President of the Canadian Deep Waterways  and Power Association    of    Toronto,  .presented su plan of financing the joint  project through amortization of bonds  guaranteed    by    the governments  ot  Canada and the United    States    and  bearing 3% per cent, interest.-   It,is  well known' that private    capital    3s  ready to-invest .in this undertaking at  the above interest rate, v and just as -  soon as -definite.- arrangements-   are  completed between the two countries',  the work can be proceeded) with without any outlay whatever from the national treasury.     As a matter of fact,  it will, not cost the people of Canada  one dollar, or increase the" burden of  taxation-one cent; nor will the credit  of the "country on account of'the capital debt- be in any wise impaired, for,  as Mr. Fleming points out in his memorandum, the scheme contemplates a  revenue producing development of a  natural resource that will ^.finance itself. -          "^     .    ,_                      . A- ���������  -"Since the project, therefore, is entirely a������ self-financing and self-sup^  porting one,"'the united.voice of the  west,shquid be heard for its- commencement immediately, and its completion at the earliest possible date.  Otherwise, we should not continue to  complain about high .transportation  costs for our exportable products."  The executive director of the western- association went on to say that be  considers the Deep Waterway imr  provement as the greatest economic  project befpre the people of the Dominion of Canada today. The immediate ^savings and potential benefits  were incalculable."  :C>WPJ������Ws  aAusaes ������__E_e .4������-tBa_ea ,  cax.be kept on their feet and work- fj  ing if-owners j^ve ~SPOHNsSM for fl  Distemp^,Iri������uenza,Si-ippingFcver. |������  Coughs andc Golds' * C&capest and ~  surest meaiis of escaping' these dis-  eares. -Occasional doses work won-  .dew. Give '-SPQHN'S" for Dog-  Distemper. - Used for thirty -years;  Twr������ sates as aeS taag sSorea. B  _^B_fcV"fflitiaiii*-^'^iiim  Clei-mses  Relieves -"H-aft - ������-S"ex������  eaten leells-sa" mid add  _-aio*DitI_u>" -*'  Ifss l-a-s-l-i--ft-fl flan-oar  satisfies tbe fsravfngfer  sweets."  7W_flf5le5_*������   ������s   fiowftle  "_������__SSS ������**-. ������!tS- i>*2*SB!?lf SSfS  pleasare fit pro-vi-flies*  Seated in ita P&ity  Package.  For Invalids  DeUcBot-^sli*engtb.en-^ig Iteef-teo.  and-dozens of other tarty and.  nourishing dishes may be easily  and quickly prepared with  5a tins ������s������ 4.10, SO ead 100.  -*  AGENTS WANTED  TO COLLECT SCRAP IRON AND  8HIF-3fO:'  J.J.POWELL,  415 Mclntyre Bile, ��������� Winnipeg  \  [from tho tender air passages.  __, ,���������T  ^  Alberta Butter Production  Alberta's butter production last year  was  18,500,000 pounds,    or    2,000,000  pounds more^than in 1922, according) them"*  to reports presented at .the annual  meeting of tho Alberta Dairymen's  Association. *  trouble. They have proved of benefit  ln thousands of homes. Concerning  them Mrs., Jos. Lunette, Inimaculate  Conception, Que., writes: "My baby  was a great sufferer from indigestion,  j but the Tablets soon set her right,  and now I would not be without  Baby's Own Tablets are sold  And Shoulders, Burned  Badly. Cutlcura Heals.  .   ,  ������   i  " My, trouble alailcd with' plmplca  breaking 'out all over my face and  ohciiuldera.* Tlm pimples  were large and feed and festered, and Itciedand burned  so b^dly-that I tiould not  sleep. They were very aore  and my clothing aggravated  fhem. ',(,'������������������'..  *' I tread an a&wtlaement  Tor Cujlcura Soap and OEriVmexrt stA  sent for a free nample, which helped  tne. I purchased more, and alter  uainc four cakca of ..CuSiaua .Sosp-.,  end three boxes of Cutlcura Ointment  I wait healed," (Signed) William C-  Steen,39 Peabody StjBuflalo.N.Y'���������*  Use Cutlcura for atltolletpurpose-i*  B������������j������I������-"������*fc������t.������������fc������lil4ilt, .hABmtBT ���������*T.nrw������i.i������������,M������i*.  ll*i,������������������yiK.->iittl**jl1, W.,'~~    ' -'  by medicine 'dealers or by mail .at 25  cents a box from. The Dr. Williams'  Medicine  Co.,  Brockville,   Ont.  Half-Ton Shell  -H>ti������r������-i Bomv 8B������,.oll-lw'<5i:  aSBpTCuticurtt Soap i  wcwl������������ak."  lM������.n������16Ac,  New   Gun    Which    Can    Fire    It   23  ,..' ���������',-' ,;,;     Mllea' -'"", ZZZZ'  I A now 14-in. gun capable of liurling  a 1,560 lb, drmour-plerclng projectile  23 miles Is reported by Router's  Washington , correspondent 7 to, havo  been constructed, in the Unitod Statos.  The total weight of Jrun and carriage  ia 700,000 lbs. (800 tons>.  /"���������"Bin 'Bertha," the E*un .with, w|������lcii  the Germans bombarded Paris, had a  range of 75 miles, but the projectile  ;only weighed 264 lhs. The total  weight of the gun was 142 tons.  The most obstinate corns fall to resist Holloway's Corn Remover. Try  it.  occupation by section foremen and  pumpmen. ^  "Six new stockyards will be erected  and a number of existing yards will  be improved and extended.  "The usual 'programme of bridge  building and replacement, ballasting,  tie renewals, and rati renewals will  be undertaken. Provision has been  made ' for relaying the main track  from Ignaco to Fort William with  hundred-pound stool. 7 Later in tlio  'season It is. expected that the same  work can bo undertaken bctwocn  Winnipeg and Kenora/'  With.reftsrpneo to additional branch  Hue construction, announcement of  this has boon deferred until later In  tho season. ')-'���������  aid wvwry-       *.lcuml4o.  >r������a- xwLtlwjut mm:.  W.   N.   V. ^513  Sure Slfln of Prosperity  People  In  Alberta  aro  roportod   to  have  been  putting, tholr money  Into  ^rtoVlncIal Oovornmcnt BavInKacortl-  llcates  nt  tho  rato o* $20,000 a  clay.  It la  reported that   J.he    total    now  i amounts to $4,031,000,  of which  |2,-  ' r,R.r>nnr) wim dopof-Hndi'i-- io?>b,  filinard'a Liniment RcBievoa Co I do-  Don't Neg  Your Skin  Ladies���������A taw dny������* treatment with  CARTER1 S UTTLE  LIVER   PILLS  -viil dc mor������ to clean  up the skin :han all  the rM-autj/ treHt  Not., only would  there be a Saving of from 8- to 11 cents  per bushel on the farmer's grain,  through the tramp steamers -of the  world being given a free seaway to  the head of the lakes, but there would  be a corresponding saving: on other  exportable products such as cattle,  dairy products, etc.  But that was not all. Very advantageous savings would also be effected with regard to freight rates on incoming commodities from Eastern  Canada and foreign countries.  "It Is a well known fact," continued  Mr. Bennett, "that ocean tramps regulate traffic charges on the high seas,  and when an ocean water route is established through from tho Atlantic to  the head of the lakes, It would lat once  and for all time do away "with lake  shipping at the present time, and. .with  regard to. which a universal protest  rends tho heavens oycry Bummer and  ft*,H. At a very conservative estimate, there would bo a direct saving  oC at least $50,000,000 per year to tho  producers of Westdrn Canada alone  from t-ho -If-openlng of tho cnn-ite <-*-  bring tidewater to tho borders of bur  western wheat -fields," "  Canadian Sprinter Wins at LOxford  D. M. Johnson, quarter-mile champion of Canada, who is now attending  Oxford University as a Rhodes  Scholar from Quebec, won the quarter-mile sprint in the inter-'colleglate ���������������  sports "between Oxford and Cambridge  Universities in 50 3-5 seconds. This  is one-fifth second under Johnson's  previous record.  The roof of Westminster Hall is unsupported by columns.  Keeps EYES  Clear, Bright and Beautiful \  -C*rriceMutlneCoi..CfvlcBro.'fai������-*cCatcBoalc  MONEY ORDERS  Tho wife way to send money by -miUl Is  by Bominion Kxpross Money Order.  LADIES -WANTED to do-plain and  light sewing1-at home,' whole or part  time, good,pay, work sent any distance, charges paid. Send Btamp for  particulars. NATIONAL MFCS., CO.,  Montreal.  ments  in   srea-  Itlon An |nv  ���������perfect   com  piexion    ���������������  co -se d   by  a  ���������n-sgish liver  CARTERS  I ������_____. m ������������������������������������ ��������������������������������� m    VM'  "���������___  ,1. _  i _S_3f B BE    1  TTLe  Mt^Uioni. st'a*MDl������,eld, vouns iintf rnidd.. ������  than-   lot , Btliou-neat    DUi'iuvu. SI  n    llfi������������>i   Himm������ch   urirt  int' KnU������  Ir*  '*ih-������'*-|������-,  l*imoii at-4 uit-tcht-  mlMr*- ������i'Co-wMo-itfoB.  akin.  'fie.  >rek  KMllnw  Then  and tb*'  K  All mothers can put away anxiety  regarding tholr suffering children  when they have Mother Graves'JVorm  Exterminator to give relief. -Its effects aro sure and lasting.  THI  W_n-f  -f-RKNOH   RRMtOV.  THENAPION Ivo. 1  THERAPION Nn.2  ' So. l r������raiiuld������rC~-Uurrb'7Mo.a fer RtoodS  1 akin Dtujuus. a^3lorCtarei-'c'U.������-Ltin������-isea,  WI.U H������-4._.������">IMUCMl-.WIII������r������.rM4_;M.lN *.uqi.Mhj-,a������.  0-.U������.C-.mtCM������������l.C������)..H������������*rM������w:UHrf.N.VVJIrl.cr.|-on,  o- H-.i_.-Ot mot* n. VHOMirsr. ������*���������������������, To now. o.  o*  Btuaiif iU���������L-iiiiltl 0������M���������&B_fiU |������dC������   l Minanl'-i Liniment for Spralne  Oil Refining Plaot  Incorporated under a Dominion  charter, with a capitalization of $3 65,.-  000, tho Alborta Refineries, Limited,  has purchased a site, comprlslnK forty,  acres in,Edmonton, for tho establishment of an oil roflnlng pln-nt which Ss  expected to bo in operation by mid-  tiUlllU-l.l.  MWIjH^HNMHM  mm  m  kywi^mi^mmmm������iimirti>>44\miHmt"%mii mmmmummimmmiiimtmm  \mmmmmmgmmmiMumttmam>  NMM  l^SmlS.  MWWNHWM  pn - .C  .s <' w^--   '���������x-x  '���������V'~   * .t-  ir  M'  THE CRESTON BE VIEW  THE CHESTOH BE������!EW  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription: $2.50 a year in advance.  $3.00 to U.S. points.  O. F. H-V-rass. Editor and Owner.   ��������� 1 1*���������    ���������      i 1 1       ������������������������������������������������������        -*  ORESTONe B.O., FRIDAY. APIL. I*  LETTERS TG THE EDITOR  MuplacedOs>H  ********  Editob Bevibw:  pathy with any legitimate effort to  create optimism in the anything-  but optimistic state the fruit growing industry finds itself at present,  it seems to me your quite enthusiastic article of about three weeks  ago in connection with ihe berry  deal was far from complete, and as  it happens to be the unstated' part  of thetcase that is of the greatest  concern to at least Eriekson and  Creston growers I will appreciate it  very* much if I may have space to  present the other side oj the deal���������  _the less-than car lot marketing.  According to the, Review   while  the   Wynndel    carloads-of strawberries will  all be handled   by the  Mutual - Brokers.     arrangements  have been completed by the Cc-Op  erative Growers at   that   point   to  sell the LCfir berries through its own  representatives at   prairie   points.  At Creston Mr. I_indley9s represent  ative is reported to have booked up  the selling of a considerable part of  the around Creston crop.    3S*ow we  have the announcement  that Creston Grov/ers, limited, ars  to operate again this   year   and   will, assuredly,   get     some   part   of   the  berries,   and   if   the   anti Staples  element is as strong   as   a   tot   of  tr*t-04"-jr_tfA      Alatmi    <*B*a_a������-M-_   *������o      a   w*_t-___-M-**_W*_l*#*irr  of the Creston Vaiiey Fruit Co^Op  ~ eratiye.c^-������-Mng^  ing a  hand at" strawberry -selling,  along with ascertain, amount of individual selling- that- occurs -in- any  year. .  On this  reckoning there will beat least four different agencj.es sell  ing the local berries in competition  with each  other- on- your so-oalled-  'hon-e market;"  Mr. Editor. - Nor  is this all.    If the strawberry crop  is at alt abundant   there   ia   every  probability that the Mutual Brok  era will be forced to sell some of the j  carload berries m competition with]  lcL   shipments    on   our   "home*-  market.  In~6ther words, as the situation  stands today, there is quite a good  chance that express shipments of  bersie*; from Wynwde! will be sold  in competition with berries from  the carloads shipped hy the Wynn  del people to the Mutual Brokers nt  X*ethbridge,   and     in   competition  with   berries    from   Creston   and  Eriekson,   and   with   the   Mutual  handling the fruit   on   a   consignment- basis, and so ^advantageously  situated on tha 'horns" market it is  not hard to guess   that   they   will  rrsa^cft Sr RsHoft on  th^ir ts*5rri������ss  that!  will clean them up at no loss to the  .Mutual, but caucsing some loss on  [all   Creston    Valley' harries   that  have to meet  that   kind of-  eo"������p-  etition.  'And it should be noted, too, that  the '"home" market is going to be  limited. Due to the lumberjacks'  striketbis winter lumbering aper  ations are going to be on a smaller  scale than a year aga. and with the  coal miners on strike at all-camps  in��������� the Crows Nest the buying  power at points east of Cranbrook  will be lighter than in "1933���������and'  almost as big a crop to move.  Bast of Iiethbridge there is pros  pect of  the   "home"   market" disappearing    altogether      as    with  approximately  300 carloads to dispose of the Mutual people are likely  to find it necessary .. to   make   the  Medicine-Hat Iiethbridge territory  a home market   for   carloads that  will be handled by them   at " their  wholesale _ branch   at   the   former  city, and with the island and coast  fruit corning in earliest it- would be  comparatively easy to  supply  the  Hat Iiethbridge  line with popular  priced berries before   the   Creston.  Valley product would   be rolling in  quantity Vo   successfully   compete  even on a service basis. '  I have   no   remedy   to   suggest  Local and Personal  For Sax_*s���������-Double angle Semp,_in.  good order, $8-7,C������n, be seen' at -review Office.        - _"*"  ���������������������������Foes. SAiB-^Pai-sou's Beauty etraw-  berryj-*l-.������ts*- ������7 per 1000. H. F. Roe-.  ������oii,- Wynndej.  ������ks���������"5 asm. Hxsxitjana���������Barred Bocksr  heavy laying strain, $1 for 16 eggs.  Mrs. J;' w��������� Dow, fijreafcon.   .    . ,  Jcssj*'' Lewis* teacher of piano,  fbrte,_Ro-fai Academy of Music, London? LaUuiti ziidg., Creston.  *   _ * - ~  35xucb Cows Fob. Saxs���������4 milch  cows, three freshened in February;  other will freshen e&aly in April,.well  sell reasonable.   Bogey Bros., ureston.  M&gb Fast. HArrc?HiNG-���������Prize <������et-fc5nsB  of White Leg-hem eggs from k, pen  consisting of pedigreed cockerel and  .trap nested hens .averaging, over 200  eggs in pullet year, $2 for 13 eggs. C.  Brousson, Box 2, Creston. " -  Wantbd���������Strawberry* pickers and  Sackexs.4* Apply H. F. Robsbn Wynn-  e_. *       ���������       - -  _ - j * ������,*.  v--_   --,  ,' Potatoes���������Good for seed or cook  ing, <3totd Oosn, 2 cents a pound delivered  in ^   town.     R.   Sinclair" Smith,*  West Creston.*"' ��������� - '     "  -  fos  Saijs���������Parson's   Beauts   Mb-! n*""*:--"-.������-_.-. ^i~~~  goon* Senator  jjumap,   ana   van-san i .     _     _.  strawberry t������������*n������ts. *S per SGC0������    3ioh-  rad Wigeri, Wynndel.-  Fob SA������_3���������Good ranch horse, about  8 years old, -weighs 1300 lbs.,, sound in  wind and limb, drive single or double.  Also lijgbt delivery wagon witb~hrake.  Apply ������foa������-ruas!^*r, wyhnaei. 1" " .  Rev. G. Knos Wright* travelling  secretary for the B.G. Branch".or the  Canadian Bible Society" was here on  his annual visit bn Tuesday, giving  the' usual Illustrated lecturer in ~ the  Presbyterian Church 'thatr^ evening.  His_rustTe for funds was on a.par^with  last year when f20 was collected from  all sources.     , . '   _-  rmX>Ms'ei7fmfmSiT  Pianoforte, thggtz  Sing fog ILessom  AR1HUM ���������OLlIl%i���������r^sm  ".^K.    ' ,'   P.O. Bmit?4       f       ,   '  .  *  -' ?  L3������il Srangs tsittiJIs  ��������� J_f|"_fc?  'MeetsTH-CBDTBtJB������J>A'*r of  each" month  -at "Mercantile *.-  Hall.   Visiting breihren ������ordi-  ally invited.    . - -"C^*-.: -       -  .-' ffiSUC OLOOH ,W,M.  Illillftllll*  n  no  other than a get together of the)  Valley" selling concerns with & vie*.v-'  to controlling the situation. While  all' of us strongly favor selling  tiiract to the retaiier and saving  the wholesaler's profit such a policy  is quite oat of thequestioi-k-with th*;  Brokers handling the car lots, but  it should be possible' with the hulk  Iof the l.c.1 "berries controlled to I  make ~ a deal with tlie Mutual  Brokers whereby^si..; of the advantages - our 'home*'' market offers  should not be entirely-lost���������^and  'this without "giving" the Mutual a  monopoly on l.c.1. selling, either.  Through the, medium of the prairie  fruit markets commissioner such an  arrangement is not'at "all ont of  the question, but it can only be  negotiated on the principle that  i i wo is company; three a crowd.  If, as yon so readily assert, Mr.  Editor, that Creston does its best  when it knows the Worst, surely  nothing could be more hopeless  than the jackpot the berry grower  finds himself in���������and the local  berry shipping season due-to start  within two months.        GROWER.  Eriekson. B.C., April 14.  The 1024 tax  rate at Pentieton is 46  .mill--.    A year ago It was 48.  OGILVIE Goods are dependable  The first few days of a  ��������� Chick's life are most  Get your Poultry off to a  good start by feeding   ,  *  Ba.t>y Chicle Fo-ocl  D_Mte^_*^_k __���������__ B ___^_* M|_a __N__,-4___hf  ���������������"">#fcsB ffj5_liwi-_tM:  and  Chick-siase  Crushed Bone  These are  the  old relialiJe  OGI1.VIE. productii and  we aupply tiiem in small  or large quantities  at  mm������S������  mo*1  AT TI'IE ItiflX/L.  Canyon City Lumbar  fttiKttfftQtttr  1 til  %0%BM������&nmn)j)   u������%n������9  un    iify  Therefore a few of yoiir requirements  7 * *'  - ,       *- will be '-'.>.'-.*-  -���������- "--���������* 20c������ l_b������  ��������� TIMOTHY ��������� -  I.",��������� "J-      ������  U  wmmmmm.  won  S!s A'-TaB?  SS_t������  Giant SUNFLOWER - .'-  See o������ip windows for other Seeds   ���������l ��������� 9_n_f* ii*  1  V-l  Jr?-  3_s������"-'"w"5^3,Sf"  -- ?si������ >    ICb^CS.  CREST  HBHBI  -���������"-  Council ol Education ^Plans Pro^ramtne  TV  -   Mir.  Uobort:'.' A.    Kaliwn-ir.  vor-ll-r of  Tarter-ttt.  Mr. Vincent MasMy, M������m*  her. Hsar-J o* . Gur.morn,  Unlvcr-ll-f of Toronto.  THE recent, announcement that the^third triennial  conference on Education and Citi-Renship to ������be  field under the auspices of .the National Council of  Education will takd^ place In Montreal tn 1926 recalls  the "invaluable work this -oV'tranl-satlon is performing.  Under the Honorary Presidency of His Excellency  the. Grtvernor-!G������������ncral and, the Presidency of Mr. Vincent Ma������Bcy, President of the^Masaoy-Harrls Co.^  Torbntb. the Council include-r many of Canada's  leadlnu citizens, nmonur them Sir Robert A. Falconer, K.C.M.O., ProsTdent of the -University of  Toronto: Sir; Arthur <Jurrie,G.C.M.G, Principal 'of  McGill Unlvi"rsStv,,.anid .Mr, E.".W. Dcjitty, Prcoidcnt  of tho Canadian Pacific Railway; It has aa it* principles: (1), That education should concern itself with  tho development of character and, should provide a  full preparation for life; (0), That education Is a  -tpSritunl proceaa; <3), That education Is imparted by  ncrsonolity���������tt������ bucccm. or failure rests with the  teacher;  <4>, That education is everybody'  and (o). That Canada**!l education must be Canadian  in  m ido  Canada*-?  t  bualneaa;  hat  Its (deaU. ,��������� .  Thia principal activitic-i ������>������ thy Council *������ro two'  fold. The National lectureship Scheme ia a plan  under which difstlnaulnhcd men and women���������both  Canadians and visltora from" Grent Britain and other  countrleir���������are engafred to sptiak on education (broadly  interpreted) throughout Canada. The Bureau pro-  vide-- an organisation for the exchange of information  between the Provincial departments of education, for  the reception and d Iff union of ideas from ontelde the   ,         -.-..-- ���������-_-���������..���������-- -A    v.   .���������_.._.  Dominion and for dlansnalng data concerning educa- -and once a Commluslonor of Kducatloa for the ttUte  tion In Canada to tha outside world.   Until the Council of New York, from th������ .$t**ttw&^^ym BhalMW-  eatabliancd this bureau, oan������uian eaucauonai authori-  tie* were dependent upon the American Bureau of  KtitK-afcion at- Washington fer all adnoatlonal infor-  are  H������y������f,������i  n       *���������'  i*'e4iOWJ������.Hp''   ������TUJIjr������*--J������       MIMIIWMI''      *W-������       U������������TOJ������V������1        VM  *, Bridget Adams, and from ������ number of other dla-  q  ������������������raltr.' , '     -__ ^ :-���������'. .^ ,',". w-^r. Ca_-_-M������U**r, l^efMIL   ���������  matlon. ������������������'.���������������������������'!'.'���������'  ���������:'.;,,:';. ���������"'/'   '.     .,'"'..Z-Zr-l ZZx^Z^ZxiZZx^A..  The Council wa* formed a������ a _������sult of- a .'coiafor- -  enco held In Winnipeg ta 1919 and attended, by over  1,200 persons front all over Canacla.   Tho eecoivd con-  foroncc was held In Toronto, in April of 1008 and  was attended by about 1,600 persona, repronentlnr tha  nine province!.   This conference, through many brll- .  Hani -sneakers on tho proRramme, among- thfm7Slrr  Michael Sadler. Sir Henry Newbblt, Lortillobatl: Cecil ",  and Sir IU)bert and t^dy Badeb-^owaU, .m>UBht to  set forth the Council'* conception of the role of Kdn-  chtion ','m a cltlsen .builder.  Tho piano 'for tSaSo third 'coa-fesronte,aw?'.g,?mdfa_s  Were laid at a motdlng held in Montreal, prealdod  over by  Sir ArthWr>-CtaW-i^:ta''':1l^ tha,  Chairman, and attended by several   of   the   leading  officers of the Council In tho pereoni^of Mr. Vincent :  Massey, President} Mr.'.B.'B. C3nndy. Clwtrmkn of the  Flnanco Committee, and Major F. J. Ney. E-cooaUva  Secretary. ...���������''��������� ���������:"--  ��������� ���������  At present, tho Council to engaged In p-reparhuj  a programme for the aocond triennial period, it has  eccurcd &u ZSdsscs-Uc-sii&S &iss'tt&T^i I-yc?si*s-a?' *������i������. TSal*^  of the Social Service Department of the Unlveraity  of Toronto, whoeie duties will tnclado the, ������dltotsh-P '  of a aei-ies of mriitf-'vo.i_til������g CB'fidi_aiitl<i-t_"l n*-������h!esna.'  Tho uuccoDs of the National Loctnreshlp Schema inaugurated last year^whlch establlahed Iniportant contact with the landing mind* ot Chwat Britain,^ will bo  followed up, beglnnlnfr In 8entemfoe*y by eontrlb*-  tlona from Dr. Flnley. Editor of the Mow Yoik Timoa  iMmmmmmmmmmmlmmW  mmimmmmwmvmt,*.  l^lllWi^  mmimmmlmimTmimm  WMWuMMMi THE 'CJMESTON  3  .SS.SS ������.jLS-> W  Local arkd Personal  Preaaier" Oliver was "a passenger east  on Monday and-whilst taking~lbhe air  at Creston was Interviewed by it board  . of trade delegation with* reference to  .seme' LfesturesT "iofr". Xootenay 'Flats  Reclarcintion, which he was asked to  look into if time permitted during bis  stay iu Ottawa.  The High School .pupils have just  completed-work on a very creditable  tennis coui-v on --the f-cnool grounds  and the official opening' took plaqs os  Wednesday.__. Any. who woi-IdJiketo  use tb^court can do so on paying a  mesnoerghapfse -?1_l_Sl fb the Kigb  School Tennis-Club.,  Fo? Easter Sunday the services at  Chi-ist Church wilB.be at 8-turn;, Holy  Communion; 10 a.m.,. Children's Service-*: 11 a. m;, Matins and Holy Communion*: and eyensong at :7.30>* ->.ni.  i������s mu-sSv and addresses .. will be *��������� appropriate .-for'���������';"the" day, * Sirdar -will  haveseffviceatSp.m. '   -  *S"  Creston Valley liberals are meeting  in -informal session on Wednesday  night for the Selection of delegates'to  attend the the organization meeting  of the Craton District Association at  Kelson, nn the ������8tW: Tbe meeting is at  "8 o'clock, in Speers? Hall," >nd :h1VXi|^.  erals are invited to attend.   :    "-   *" *''  *  - V_. -.  tne , welfare or  luim- iuitw-eswd  va  Harness  Shoe  ��������� Repairing  New Stock of.  Harness  Second Hand Starts in  Shoe" and Harness, Repmirhtw  : ->tffiur���������"ft 0  LiNBAGTMRDME  YBJUIIBUl'll^P  the fall fai-p are ramiiided that "the  drawing on the raffle of two pigs takes  place en Saturday night and that there  is still a nice assortment of tickets stil  on sale. Some very likely numbers  are to be had at the Review office at  the pc-pulsr price of 5Q cents.  -it i '  J. W. Gibson "of Victoria* the superb  yi&pr "of provincial public "school  grounds, was itere on an official visit  on Monday, and in conference" -with  the trustees submitted a very sorapre-  hensive plan <��������� for the beautification of  Creston .school grounds,*- which are r������^  pnted to have about as poo. an appear-  ������*- *****m_K-^    M-*������w   r*. ���������.���������- -_?__       -"n������    4f""  -������"w ������������������ c&ujr"    III   X>������lJ*  Kenneth Carnpb*-"]. M.P.P., of Kelson, was a between trains visitor hers  on Monday, accompanying P*-e-*-_.e*e-  Oliver this far on his trip, east. . While  no date has been named for the pros-'  vincial election Mr. Campbell "will noli  be surprised if a date early in July is  named, although a "fall election seems  to be the more probable ut p*-esentv  , Alt are cordially invited fc������ the  special Good Pciday service in the  Parish Hall tonight at 8 o'clock, at  which Revs. James, Knox .audi Variey  will cletiver* short addresses on -*Tbe  AppeaLof .the Cross." The music and  all other.features will be appropriate  for such an oeeasioB, and the"exercises  wil! surely be of<& nature that all will  appreciate.  , At a meeting of the .directors of  Creator- Valley Agricultural" Association on Monday night the nri-se list for  1924 was submitted and approved.  This year's list of awards will call for  $550, large Additions having been .made  in the needlework, cooking and canned  goods classes. The number of special  prizes received to date is in excess of  MBS* by a considerable margin. '  *  "Creston Conservatives bad an-^informal session on Thursday night last  at which it was decided to notify nil  the otber null tne eeni-ifs \n the Ores  "*<-*������ -Riding to bold simitar cohferences  aJid Hrr-ange far the sending of repre^-  ssntatives ro*"a central meeting, .probably Ktvl-TeLsort, nt which _.an electoral  district association swill be ^o'rniedahd  arrangements cdm-oleted for c-������^'"*-- *������  nomination convention.    - - ~  -**  Mrs. Doug's-" Bntterfield and Miss  Ozzie Pigott left on Friday for fcrara-  brook. . The" latter got back on - Snn-  day, hut Mrs. Butterfieid Is refmairtjr-c?  afew days longer with friends in that  city, -    ..  Ma and Mrar Madison of Hillcreet.  Alberta, arrived on Saturday,- and Mr.  Jfiadi-ionJs already busy clearing more  land*   . " -  -Jir. Bf-nadetti had the bad' luck to  lose"a horee. this week'. While working the team one of the animals fell to,  the ground and'died within a few min-  M-t*������m *-  inro*  ��������� S. T        > "_,  Uis> and Mrs, Towson and family asv  rived from H"ublin lost week, and are-  a& present staying in the old bouse on  the'Mannerinb ranch. ' '     ~  %Irs. McFarlan** left on Tuesday for  Opanbrook to spend a few days with  her brother, who is on  cooatT  hif way to the  "._ -.' >RE-EMI������"rjS6wS^ /,._, .,-  v'-teant, -uureoerved, ~ surveyed  Crown lands may be^pre-empt������d by  BrltiBh-BubJecta over IS y-saro^bf ace,  and-by ������_S.������E3a'o__ dvelar-ng1 IsiteaMc-i  -.o becojtt������ Sritlah' subjects, ������ondl-  tiossal upon��������� i^aidence, " occupation,  and Improvement Xor OKrtcultnral  pasrpoaea.  F*all Information, concerning re*ru-  atlona resa--ain-*r . pre-emptfona Is  -riven in Bulletin Mo. 1, Land Series.  ���������How to Pre-empt "Land," coplea .of  whlcli con be obtained free of chaw-re  by Addreasins tha -Departn-je-at "*���������*  i^ande, Victgrio, B.C4 or to any Gov-  einment Airent.   ,   " .  Records will be granted covering'  only land suitable . for aGrrlcultural  purposes, and whtob la not Umber-'  land. I.e., carrying- over B.OOflt board  feet per a&re weatoftheCoaat"Ranse.  and MOO feet per-acre "eoat of that  Ransre..       %   ,   .     "  Appllcationa for pre-emptions ��������� ai-e  to be oddrpaaed to the Xiuid Com-  iniaoioner of the Tjeaa Itecordln-r XM -  ���������'Islon, in whlcli the land "applied for  is eltu&ted, and are made on pr4ntad  forms,peoples-of which-can ba> obtained, from the "Land Commlsatonar.  Pro-emptloni muat .tie occupied for  flv<s������ 3raar_t and Improvementa mode  to value of |10 ^per acre, mcludlng  olearina and culttvntlng at loaat Hive  acrea, before a Crown Grant can be  received.    -  ^ Fior more detailed Information sea  the Bulletin "How. %o Pre-empt  "Land,   i  PfRCHAOE  AppltcatSona aro received for pur  chase of vacant and unreaerved  Crown lands, not being: timberlan.l,  for agricultural purposes" m nlmum  price of flrst-claaie <airable> land. Is ������B  per acre, and Recond-olass (-jraKiric) i  land $9.60 per: aero: Further inf or*  matlon *rej*ea-*dtng purchase or leae*-  of Crown lands la given In Bulletin  No. 10, "Land Seii������8, "Puronaae and  Loiuio or Crown Lon<3a."_  ,  Mill, factory, or Industrial elteo on  Umber land, net exceeding 40 acre*,  may ba purchaeed or leaaed, the con-  dlUons Including payment' oi  vtumpajgre. .������j-  HOMCOITE   LEAQEIR  I Un.urvoyc-1 area-j, not exaeedlncr 30  acres n,ay be; leased aa homeslten-  eondlUonai upon a dwelUm*: beina  erected .in tlie first year, title belna  obtainable after xaaidenee and lm-  [provement 'cend|Uo-na ore. ..fulfilled'  fand land has been surveyed. -  '.."':. "l_������A������-������- ���������.'���������  "3"pr sfraains; and   Induatrtal  'posea areaa not -m-***u*ii������ip" ������4������  may, be leaaed by one person  -company.'. ���������     '   ���������;' ���������    -   ~  7...   ������iiA,*ilNf3" '���������:  ���������-S'Sf^Hi _?s?IJ_-������"������ Act the Province la divided into.irraaina dlatrtcta  pnd the rmm������ adraJnJ������tnr������d under i.  aroolng        Commlwslo.net.       Annual  rraalng v*tmU* *r+ Issuea baaed on  numbera nvas^O^. prBarEty b_-lngc Mva-i  to MtebUaned awnera, Stock-owners  may - form   aaaoclatto-oiK    tor    v������.i-m*.  lum.imMmmmnt.   Jnree. or partially tree,  jeimlla ara available   for   aettiera!  *&TrV*������T*   ZJXjZ   ts^.'m4Xtvm.   up. id-   i.mt.  Hicacf.   .   .      ' .  -yor Fred Little' and '3. W. Dow.  had a little celebration of their own on  lWedne^-ay��������� the' thirty-third anniversary of their arrival in Creston, April  16, 1802,- being the" date of -their stak-  Iing the.fiist'land "in, what   wiil'veiy  shortly be Creston village.   While" the  mayor lias always "backed everything  to njc^dernj^e the, district,   still   there  ai-e occasions when* he yearns for the"^  "fair old, rare old g������ildenj days^ before  the coming nf the. provincial  -sssessor,  W.C.T.U., -������nd the "Women's Institute.  Measra. Howe, McNair and Barrett,-  directoi-B of the Associated Growers of  B.O., Limited, addressed a largely attended meeting of the Valley growerVt  in Speera* Hall nn Tuesday.-night, at  wh?ch they fully discussed: the. fruit  situation as it exists in the province  today and-also ������>ntllned past and future pul'icjes of the* Associated.' -On  Tuesday the visitors were-, in. - conference with, the temporary'dii-ectora  of- Creston C-i-Operative ^.FVruit "exchange at M-Sijch a'definite agreement  wus iviichwl.ua tt������ the terms on which  the-Associated would link up with  Creuton this year, and u -meeting of  the growers is called for tonight (Friday) at wlrUm the.Asanclated propos-*  -tlB unci Other fruit marketing matters  will bo djbcussed and permanent dir-  ect(h-s electee! fc������r the Exchange. The  meeting la at 8 o'clock in Sptfora' Hall,  and all growers are invited.*   -  A good ihajority of the young dancing folk took in the Bar-if orchestra  dance in Creston on Tuesday-night.  7 Mr. Bachmatt. who. bo?a. mining  claim here, "arrived on Tuesday, on a  -few days* business visit.'  Tie vhipraentS are quite beavy fr*.vi_  Wynndel Monrad Wigen- Inading out  sevezwl^carafroui bis   mill  at   JLisard  -Qy������������|tt"tr- .r HV>. ik an>nl<nri������ar   ������hnnf  ft9*-n.*������.  VMt,_V\c_k#    ni������9.Mf   ������_^    ...������������������������        * ,_ _  ������������.-^~ -._��������� _������������-.������������������-������������*. .uiu   wiii    uc    ousy   on  4������.6 ti������- cut for at  least   another   two  months."  . A*a important business change took  place here - atr the end of the week  when the- Wynnaet Mercantile Com-.,  pany," lamited, purchased the stock  and goodwill of the store of the Wynn-  del Cooperative Trading Association.  The goods have now all been moved  into the Mercantile store and certainly  gives Manager Woods &s attractive a  v-nail town store stock as one is likely  to see." The Co-Op. store building will  be used asi a flotir and feed n-arehouse,  and the Mercantile will greatly estend  their-operations in this line. A. T.  Slingsby, who has had charge of the  eo op������rruciv^ ������tore the pjjst two years,  wiH"3evot*LhiR attention fully to the  ranefe %n fntnre;r-  pur-  acr**������!  or ������.  Will  all  those  to whom I owe  moneiy   kindly   present   their  aeootiutn' to  me-' on  or 'before  Tueaday; April '16th.,;" "a  And   will   those   who   owo   mo  'kindly malt6''payment'of.'their''  aooouutfl on or oforo Tuoaday,  April lJSth.:: ,7,.   w   ���������, '-rZ   ���������''*���������'  Cpmiuen^tig April. 16th.nil- my.  husiueaa will  he condupted on  1 a : Cash - bam a, '��������� or -with   those '  who  prefer it  I   will accept  Butter, JCn-p-ft, Frutt Baof and  Pork camo as oauji.  CrestonValley Produco Concern  nma mm, tmm  .Mss. and" Mrs-' Percy Watson' have  moved, froin.. Kitchener^ vfle  has "secured a good position -as carpenter at  Kimberley,    an*i:iMrs. . Wateon   will  .make her home ,at  Creston  for .the  present. ���������*''     "^ "'- ���������"  _ ���������<-, -      -       *    *  BlHTH���������At \ St.    Eugene   Hospital,  Cranbrook", on April 11,   to  Mr.   and  .Mrs. Clarence Nokfs, a scg"-.  ���������   Bill"Strong,  a .recent   new   arrival.  from Canyon City, is   busy   with   the  erection of a,  new  residence" here  at  pref-t-nt.. -J    A  "Scoop" Joyce ^took a party, of four  JEQtcliener young" men to Creston for  the dance on Tuesday night.   '-'  - School wiii cluse"oii Thursday, 17th,,  for the, usual Boater vacation which  Mies Willbughby will spend ������t her  home" at Crawford Bay., '  Quite fdw^anieq. were added to the  voteis list during. Che past month and  .the new list should, show considerably  move than the hal|hundivd that were  eligible to vote four years ago. -  Geo. Foisny and., fumill, who have  been residents here.for-some time, are  this week moving to Creston to reside.  The water in the river Ss pletity high  enou-rh to suit the mlllnicn nbw. Putnam, Palmer Sc Staples mil. started up  again lust week and are going at top  Speed to fill their 50,000 tie contract be>  tare thn ������nid of Juw%   ��������� :'' Z  ������������������- ; A '   ' ���������.**>,"���������' x  -   ' ���������' ! '���������"���������'���������    - '-'      7' . "���������''*".,. \*v    7    -'("     ���������  '���������������������������   ���������''-'   ,  '     ,    '  ',. The' ��������� .March '''re^rt:: o't Kitchener  school Ib as ftillpwss ;!Grade 7~-AHce  Molander. Grndo 0���������Mildred Andct-n,  Clara Hunt, Laurur Andeen. -Grade 4  ���������Beatrlct* Molander, Claude Simpson,  Bobert Diinn. Gipado 8-r-Dorothy  IJunn, Richai-d Mplander; Wesley  Blair. Grndc'2���������Vivian Lnngiol's;' Vera'  McOonegal, Willard Blulr. Orade 1^  Senior���������Willwrt lJo|ifiy. Grudo 1 Jun^  lor���������-H.-kcI McGonegal, Olonla _Ungf  Ibis, Ruth Dunn.  ,%~������2&vr������Z\,Mm&.M    pfowcz&s   anyzmng   any   car   can   1  ^afford   at a cost that is anappmehsd by ������  any other quality automobile*  - " --        **���������-"."    .    -'  It brings all the advantages of the quality motor car  within the reach of those of moderate^means.  A    COMPARISON   WILL    CONVINCE   YOU I  j%    c h ___!  - *--.  -asESfrsxsi^s motoscabb ami*  TRUOKS  AGS&iUfTS  FJ!J-RBAKX^__tOBSB: LIGHTIKG  PI������ANTS& GAS SSaUUBS  S_S_i  3TIKG      I  0,8      i  _______n*-_s*-s  URNS  il^i������ A  ^    H-nf aTOril A MT���������  *������������������M-a m\        AVASmBSX&m'mi-*������*hl^ M ������}  SfoAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economical dish, easy to serve.  Shamrock Brana HAM^ BACON and LARD  'GlmENDALB CREAMERY BUTTER  -".    "    __           Oorernment graded." highest quality."v *  _*,ni-,oy>   1   ii'<M>nk-������-.   __-���������   *WSJ.&JT3 ana^%jmxe.MJMtl&Mt  ���������   -     , *i| vawetiea,!  Choicest BEEF, PORK^ZMUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BURNS" IDEAL POULTRY FOOB  increases egg production and nrdd  -BB-  wm  V   ?"S  .-_- ^-wa    __���������.-  -rt^iiy  No xoAttog^how far distent yoo ������������������  from thisBankyou eon alwavts i&SS~m  pMl&DytnsiiL Suinsofmonv&ostotto&m  ������gr. ?^|g������^-sd.asaM "wfill \be em&Uaa' to wotcssf  ������; i*. ai^n; GRES^N BRANCH,  &  Fon Sai.m���������Double angle lamp, In  good order, $0. Can be- eeoh ab-Review Offloo.  Fon 6Ai^-~l?������rflbn1a Beauty straw-  bariT Plants. JOT per 1000. H. F." Rob*  .uottf  wynhaei.' '.".".:.'.,' ., '���������  Fouj  SAY.it���������-Parson's   Beauty,   Mm.  Boon. Senn tor  Dun Ian,   and   Van81111  UinU>,'l$# per |00O;   Mon-  ..,''.'_ '<, A ..'  JtoaB I'on IlATciima~Prla������ lettinga  -       ^^iv'Wm^nAU*^        VHri*--        d$%*mMm     ' Nl        |Wt*-|������  coneistingor pedigreed   cockerel   and  eggit.   O.  gono. -senator   -jtunian  atrawt-berry planto, $0  raft Wigeni'Wynndel.  trap nentrd hens 'averaging  ^'g'W in ptiHct year, $2 for' IB  uI"*mm<-.iui, B -k 2, Cotton.  Sheet Metal Work.    A good stock of Pipe  and Pipe Fittings on hand. TTTR    K-RVTT-HW,   .CrtPSTrVNT.  me  i?1e&iM!ttj*  of  In  T-3  sakd extra' good is the  ~       ORANGE PEKOE QUALITY  Wkeit And Cattle Trade Of West  The future of Western Canada���������and that means the future of all "Canada���������'  depends upon-what the future holds for tbe success, of farming. % The jsu<>  ' cess of farming -depends upon, remedying conditions which: today operate to  leave no margin of profit between costs o������ production and prices' obtainable in  -srorM -markets. The jtrutb of these statements imast he recognized "by any- ���������  body who gives the- subject even a superficial study:  It may he open to-question -whether, for some years to come -unfrl world  conditions become more settled, any materially higher price for our'large  exportable surplus of grain and cattle -will be- obtainable. But the desired  results, namely, a larger return for the producer, "can unquestionably be_ secured through a reduction !n costs of production and marketing. '  Following the defeat of the Reciprocity Agreement with the United States  which provided for the free entry of Canadian -wheat and cattle into that  country, the United States enacted a new4ud higher .tariff which amounts  almost to a practical prohibition'of export to the south.' "During the war,  however, Europe tool?; -everything Canada could produce and at,high prices.  But the war also enormously increased anything the farmer had to buy and  boosted freight .rates .to unheard of levels, thus raisinig all costs of production and marketing. - .*^  While prices "of grain and cattle have declined to pre-war levels, costs or.  labor and article's entering into the work oi* agricultural production, and costs  of marketing, have not declined in anything like the same ratio, and with  his products practically excluded from the United,. States, the Western farmer and livestock producer finds himself dependent upon the war-impoverished2  tax-burdened, currency-depreciated countries of Europe. It is little wonder  thai the industry of farming -is in the -doldrums.  Efforts have been made to improve the situation. For many years the  British Government maintained an embargo or! Canadian cattle, hut so long j  as our cattle could be sent to the United States this did not so much-matter,  alhough it was a drawback and constituted a less. Persistent efforts resulted in the British embargo being removed. What happened?. The rate  on cattle from Montreal to Liverpool which was $15 a head was jumped to.  $25 a head,, thus robbing the Western livestock producer of much of the benefit he stood to gain through entry ia������o the British market.  Under the stress of war conditions railway freight rates had been increased, and as" one step to that end the Crow's Nest Pass agreement was  -suspended. In 1922 that suspension was ended and the lower rates on grain  -from the prairies to* the head o| the" lakes again came into effect. But at  onc-e lake freight rates were advanced to such an extent as to iargeiy offset  the reduction in rail rates, thus leaving -the farmer in a. position o������ "as you  were." _     _.. _,..,-._ -;- _ *      - -       -        "      -'*--   - '  These are .but two examples of conditions whieh are operating to retard  Western progress andjdevelopment. The fact that farming and livestock  production are not "profitable enterprises in Western Canada at-the present  time is not the fault of the country or of the producers. That the country  itself is all right is-demonstrated by a 450,000,000-bushel wheat crop last year,  an<*l by the fat������4 .that livestock is today a drug on the market. The farmers  and breeders^have done their part, and the country can, ^.nd does, produce.  It is man-made laws, systems and corporations 1hat are at-fault: They cart.  and mus t, be^ -remedied,, the obs tacles removed, freed om in trade established,  the shackles-;;Struck off- and the barnacles removed from trarisport and commerce. 7 7/7 -..:-.- '77'.' ���������.���������: ' ������������������-'��������� ,; '  The Dominion Parliament can right these abuses. It is now in session.  Canada owns and operates more than one-half the railway mileage in.tht.  Dominion. Canada owns nd operates an ocean merchant marine of~sc6res of  vessels. Furthermore, as Sir Clifford Sifton pointed out iu his recent address  at Winnipeg, the harbors of the world are filled with ships,that Jiaae nothing-  to do and that can be rented, hired, chartered, without the slightest .trouble.  The prevailing hold-up ol the Western producer can be stopped at once  LE Parliament will but make up its mind to do it. Parliament can -also, without doing injur-.* to any other class or industry, lessen the cost of the imple-  m-ents essential to Western production. These simple economic" reforms  would quickly revolutionize the Western situation, and*with returning prosperity here the wht-eis of industry throughout Eastern Canada would also too-  g.ni'-to revolve and give emploj-ment as in.i>ast years.  The resulting activity and prosperity, encouraging all-round development  oS natural resources, would he the best of all possible immigration policHes.  The- present policies have been, tried long enough and have failed. G-tve the  n'jrw policy a trial by removing present bamperlng restrictions.  Not Necessary to. Acquire Wealth  Order to be Successful  Success, like everything eise in. this  life, is a state-"of mind. I mean by  ������his that, one person may possess  worldly, goods in abundance and still  be poor in spirit,.while-another person  might have no material wealth to-  speak of, yet he rich in those qualities  of the. mind which mean the substance of wealth in"1 reality. If all. of.  us could bring ourselves to know this  truth we could-all be happier.  Success in^ife does not necessarily  mean the acquisition of money. -Success "may mean a number of different  things to' a number o������ different people. To some it means contentment;  to some, the accomplishment of a  certain definite purpose in life; ^o  others, money.    -  ' Money is not to he despised. There  is a verse iu the Bible which reads:  "Money answereth - all things.'  a. way, it doegj but only in a way.  One should never confuse business  success with success in life. - Most  of all, success- means achievement.  We may reach, our goal, or-we may  not.     The real success lies in trying.  Graduate Nurse Finds  ^v firm's  JL MMC  M   9CiI MK^X^V  ���������B^������lPmrVsmOmf1t-MZ**  *-\  Graduate of National. Temperance Hospital TelisOf  Remarkable Oases Where  TANtAG Has Proved Ef-  - fective. __    " - '  "From my long experience as a professional nurse, I do not hesitate to  say I consider TANLAC the most efficient and natural stomach -medicine  ,and tonic 6b be had. It is undoubtedly Nature's most perfect remedy," is  the far reaching statement given out  for publication recentiy~by IMcs. I, A.  Borden,' Seattle, Wash., a graduate, of  the National "Temperance Hospital, of  Z' '��������� Chicago.  "I have used TANLAC often in  treatment of of my patients and xny*  experlence has been thai for keeping  the stomach, liver, kidneys and  bowels functioning pro]frerly,_ and for  toning up the system in general, it has-  no equal.  _������ a ' -,.      i  MTtT_-iT^-Lissr- ra-EB*.-Hi--s-r-ffiri--^-j.-_5  N������!iVUUd 1I������UK%i1--M1UN  vTellS'Of Case  "About a year ago I had a lady  patient who> could not,keep a thing ���������  on her stomach fifteen minutes, not  even" water. " I - prevailed on her to  try TANLAC and after the sixth bot-  tle she could eat absolutely anything  she wanted without ^the slightest bad  after effects. ��������� "  "I had-another patient who simply  could not eat.' J" got him started on  TANLAC and by the time ^ie finished  three bottles he-was' eating ravenous-'  ly and had regained sufficient strength  to retura to work, "-     -  o     - *������ -  "These two instances are typical of  my experience with  TANLAC.    " My'  confidence in TANLAC is unlimited.  TANLAC IS FOR SALS BY ALL.  GOOD DRUGGISTS. OVER 40 MILLION- BOTTLES SOLD. ACCEPT  MP SUBSTITUTE.  ; TAKE TANLAC VEGETABLE PILLS.  National  W-    1  .  vent  ST������ m 8-  Some. of  -iief  ; vausss ana   n ow  May Be Obtained  Many people suffer from nervous indigestion. The��������� commonest causes  are worry,- over-work, lack of exercise,  or a general run down condition of  the system. It is a disease of the  nerves rather than of -the v digestive  organs, and is. corrected by giving  needed nourishment to tbe nervous  system and builcling up the blood.  The treatment- consists largely in  rest, recreation and the use of 3, true  tonic'such as Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.  In addition, the patient should -follow  Total  Gross    Debt   of    Canada    Now  $2,9 3?-i 61,94-3.94 ' '.- "  The net debt of Canada was reduced by $4,149,495 in January over December,, and by  $8,591,399   compared  with a year ago,    according    to   the  January  financial" statement  as  sent  out ih a press despatch.     Revenue increased by $819,466 in the month and  expenditure    by   .$2,130,091.      In    the  twelve'months there was a*.total increase of $6,956,124 in  revenue over  the same preceding    twelve ."months  a  careful diet, -and avoid coffee and,      fl.     t fi - d���������crease oe ?378l345.10 in  stimulants, these being unsuitable fori- \ -     ,  nervous people.     As one's nerves rely   the     expenditure     for     the     twelve  for nourishment upon the blood, the | months ending January 31st last from  Mor?- Settlers From Hebrides  Plans have been completed for the  settlement in v panada of another  group" of Scottish immigrants from the  Hebrides in the spring. -T"hey will go  to Western Canada, and there is also'  a move on foot to send some of them  to Queen Charlotte Islands, off the  coast of British Columbia.  Mother! Give Sick Baby  California Fig Syrap  ������*_���������  Harm'less    Laxative   to   Clean   'L1ver  \ and Bowels off Oatoy or Child  The average man ffalla to ..learn.-a  lot of things; that experience should  t-f-ach him.  Sound judgment'doesn't -jH-cessairlly J  make the most noise.  Judging from the conduct of some  of the elders, the age of discretion Is  childhood.  latter must be built up and ma'de rich  and pure, which, is just what Dr. Williams' Pink Pills do.      If there is loss  of  weight  and   pallor.  Dr.   Williarns-  Pink Pills are "esp.ecially helpful. Mrs.  Adolphus "Yilleneuve, S.R. No. 2, Apple  Hill, tells-as follows how she obtained relief:���������"I was .so bad with nervous indigestion,tha,t I could not digest  anything I took,-and. as a consequence  was a great sufferer." ' f. doctored for  four months,  but seemed  to  be getting "worse instead of better.      I lost  strength, to "such, an extent that I could  hardly  go about.      Then my mdther  came to see"me7and urged me to try  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, and I followed her advice and got a supply at once.  After  taking  a few  boxes I  felt  my  strength   returning,   and  I   continued  their use, until at the; end of -'."a- few  months I."could eat anytbing I desired',  had regained hiy old time health ana  strength, anir%as'in every 'way, a well  woman.      I am" so thanktul foi- what  Dr. Williams*  Pink Pills* did for, me  that I always advise the-Jr use when  any  of my friends  are run do-jtrn or | ���������  'ailing." *.  You can get these pills.-from any,  medicine dealer or by mail at 50c a  box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine  Co., Brockvillea Ont.  ' Medical-Science Wins ...'���������*  They tell ofs a. strange case Jn "a.,  sinal! Missouri town. A man complained .of. pains inhls heel. His  physicians removed his-teeth, but the  pains continued. They removed his  tonsils,J and, still the Spain's remained.  As a final restart they^ removed his  shoe and the X-ray revealed a'long-  embedded needle in his heel.���������Kansas  City Star. ... v  the same preceding twelve" months.  The total gross debt of Canada on  January 31, IS24. .was $2,937,161,-  943.94, and the total net debt on that  date was $2,*ill,388,604.54.  <-H*-"*f  'Manitoba Honey Output -  Press* reports - state that Manitoba  beekeepers in 1923 produced 3,041,712  pounds of honey, opmpared with  1,800,000 "in 1922, and less than 1,000,-  .000 j pounds "in 1921. The average  production per hive was 155 poundg.  - Even constipated, bilious, feverish, .or sick, colic  Babies, and Children' love to take  genuine "California- Dig Syrup."  No other laxatixe  regulates tho tender . little bowels  so nicely.'- lit _^  sweetens the / ���������/*������?"  ntomnch and". etartsT the liver and  bowels.-acting without griping. Contains "ho narcotics' or" soothing drugs.  Say -'California" to your druggist and  avoid counterfeits! Insist upon genuine "'California Fig Syrup1" which  contains directions. '        ^  Stop the Cough.���������Coughing is caus-  fed'-by- irritation in the resporatory  passages and is the effort to dislodge  obstructions that come from inflammation of the mucous membrane.  Treatment with Dr. Thomas' Eclectric  OIL will allay the inflammation and in  consequence'the cough will- usually  stop.^  Try it and you will be satisfied.  { Though the Chinese^ bave a large  alpnabet, they have only about 15,000  words, the same word taking on different meanlngslaccording to the tone  in which it is said,  Paving Blocks From Tar Sands  . It is understood that arrangements  have been made. for the financing of  a half-million dollar plant in Edmonton for the manufacture of -paying  blocks from the tar sands of Fort  McMurray.:   - --'''A - '-.' ��������� "-���������.':-'  The heart of a flirt resembles a  crowded .car���������there is always ^oom  for one "more. 7  When ������������������������ -;'*-irl"i'"''mari*iei. in ''.."baste it's  sometimes her last chanee:  6-  s  5J  Co-education,has existed  I since 1914.  3n Turkey  ass  !���������  A Health Secret  It is frequently claimed by physicians that nine-tenths  of alT human His may be traced to neglect to keep the  bowels regular ahd the Biv������-- and. kidneys active.  The result i������ an accumulatton of poi������onH in the syatem which  cause palna and aehea and. gtve rbo to such droad&d diseases as.  appendicitis, Bright's. disease, diabetes, hljfh blood pressure, etc,  Dr. Chaae'-u Kidney-Ltver I*H1������ are the ideal regulators of thcr-o  vital oTgann becauae they act directly on the liver, kidneys and  bowel-i, and Mmfiure a thorough  clcanalTi-c of the syatem.  You vAW Kotirf! that wfc5!o -th������  pplrft of Kr, Chf!������*-"-��������� ICidn*-y-  Livo-- PI I la hum bcon Increased  to 35 centM, tho box now contain a R5 plltei ina-tcad of 25 a*  formerly.  Likewise I>p. Chane'-i. JM'erv-e  Pood ia  60 cent* a  box of <&<}  p.111"-. infltoad of 50 cants a hoy.  of f>0 pEll������. "Edmanson. Batfta  fir Co. Ltd.,, Toronto.  NEW BOX  Children suffering'"from, worms soon  show the symptoms, and any mother  can detect the presence of these parasites by'the'wdthings and frettlpg of  the, child. Until expelled and .the  system cleared of them, the child oan-  not,.rcgain its' health. Miller's Worm  Powders are prompt and efficient, not  only for tho eradication.of-wormB, but  also as a toner up for children that  are run down 'in consequence.  Especially Prepared tor Infants and Ghildretl of All Ages  Mother! Fletcher's Castorla baa  been'ln use, for over 30 -years as a  pleasant, harmless substitute for  Castor OH, Paregoric; Teething Drops  and Sootrflng Syrups. Contains no  narcotics. proven directions aro on  each    package.    ,  Physician a    every  where recommend It.,*    The kind, you  have always bought bears signature ol  In Ireland, -where tho people havo it  very exclusive taste 4n tea, few slibp-  koopers will buy tea which has boon  hl'.nnded by maaMnery.  Snood in tha sending ol* cablegrams  litti" been Ineraased from 2������. to 50,  words a mlwwto by tho use of xrieohan*  leal relay inwlrumontft.  ^ .--____ ���������i���������~~-������  hlin'ard's-Ulnlment for "Cornt  "* .   I. ...ill!   ,-,-..<.   .JLIU    II'' i    .U -..������������������.'  Boimctbina Wron*|  But what docs an author mean by  Krouplng the I'oIlowlnK two-facts to-  Kothor'on'ono'of his Until pages:  ^Canada hrutt noarly 300 golf club**.  ���������n.na������la Imn over 185,000 menial do-  tootlveni?*' TIiIh will S-avo to bo look-  ed Into.���������Toronto Star..  Miln-ird'iii LlnCment for Headache -  Our SMP Pearl Ware WasH  Board is so strong, tougrh apd  durable that a f ull-nrrown inan or  woman can stand on it without  doing the rubbing surface or any  part of it the least harm I The enameled surface won't chip, flake or peel off^ Think of  the wear there Is in such a wash board i  There is the same wearing qualities In nil  articles In BMP Pearl Ware.   Try oust the  [isrmsh board atnl be convinced. - .;  w-   n.   U.   1612  ^Ash for S^P  **A������tt mv  w������Shect Metal Products c������"lSmSf-  MUNIWfcMt.  COMOMrDM  VANCOUVBrt   CJKLOAJiy  <0mm  mwmmm   m.  mmmm  iwiiiMifi  m THS   XfcEYIEW,   ���������BESTOK,   B.    G.  Outline Ox Provisions Of  New-Immigratioxi Policies  Adopted Uy Federal l_JOvernmeat  WESTERN EDITORS  Policies which, have just been adopted, for the    selection,    transportation  and* colonization of    British    settlers  have been outlined .by i~$pn., James A.  Robb,    Minister' ��������� of Immigration and  Colonization."  They Include an agreement for, cotoperation' with, the British Government :in contributing to the  transportation expenses    of    selected  settlers by means of a loan in the case  of .children*.      Announcement Is>also  made that a "Lan<"USettlemenf Branch  has been  organized, as tbe* colonization, arm - of the  Department of Immigration and -Colonization4,to ensure  that new settlers will be" directed to  lands where tney  can" haye the best  opportunities of success, and to safeguard thehi from, exploitation in the  purchase of farms which they buy.  Provision is made for enlarging the  scope of, the nominated passage arrangement for the* benefit"of residents  in Canada not personally acquainted  with persons whom they wish to-nominate. / -   ~  . The - agreement which has just been  completed with- the" Imperial Govertt-  menfprovides" for financial -assistance  '- to three types of British sett!erss  namely, children, .nominated persons  and household workers: The amount  of such assistance is limited, in the  cost of transportation-at lowest-third-  class rate from"-the port of embarkation in the United Kingdom to the rail  destination in Canada. Similar^ assistance in the form oi" a loan is provided for-household workers., with the  additional provision that at the end of  twelve months from date of arrival in  Canada, a refund of ������6 shall be made  to-each female-household -worker who  has remained for that period on a-farm  in Canada and who' has meantime  satisfactorily paid the instalments on  her loan. \ "  .*��������� - -  may-Tie .nominated for as-  the nominated passage  scheme hy British subjects already  resident in Canada, -by the "Dominion.  Government or any'of its agents, or  _by any provincial government la. Canada or ife agents.  Of particular importance is the fact  that under the new arrangements^persons in Canada wishing to nominate  residents" of- Great Britain to receive  assistance    as    provided    under    the  Jr. "i--.  Persons  sistance under  Expected   I Lat Corn \-_rop  ^VVill Soon Revolutionize    ���������    _,   "fc_AT _js_ 1 I       s  jLciruling  j������^xc-|.jl_l������_#u..������> iu    "    .q : .   % _k  -s������. _*r-_a  -8f  -V     -&������_1������.  In   the   month   of  November,   1023,  the town of Maple Creek, Saskatchewan, for years the centre of great cattle and horse ranching -activities and  latterly of a prosperous wheat-growing  area,   staged   the  first  provincial  Grande Prairie  corn show to be held in Western Canf I from a tnwn  .This Town, Although 400 Miles North  of Edmonton, rs Decidedly on Map  Grande, Prairl^.���������The lil*-hamlet of  Grande Prairie, four    hundred    miles  .iif-. *.<_-_!- ������. ...v.u...has* iust carried through  -LTVt CXU-  ment-need not now he personally acquainted with the nominee. Nomin-:  ation. papers may-be obtained from  any Dominion or Provincial Government agent'-and may^be submitted to  the. manager of any chartered hank,  case of children who have not>sached.LTho will fc>rward them to officials of  J." Juniur Dougan, Editor and Part  Proprietor of The Maple Ridge Weekly Gazette, Port HammoncL,. and Port  Haney, B.C., the Coquitlam "News and  The Agassis-. Record. - *  DYSPEPTIC  Food Does You No Good  XT-.K    +1-.1  J'  their seveneenth^birthday, to a* grant  -not exceeding their transportation to  destination In Canada. Assistance  may be given to '"nominated-persons"  in the' form of-a loan, repayable without  interest, not  exceeding the total  Joint-Soreness Subdued,  Swellings Quickly Reduced  / - - "  Wonderful Results From Rubbing The  Sore  Parts With  NERViLIN  "My testimony should convince 'anyone that 'Nerviline' is a splendid preparation to use on swelled joints. Rheu-^j  matism left me badly crippled,'.'., writes *  Amos F*. Fleury,- ������-*m Kingston^ ,r<jll  went to McKay's-Drug Store and they  recommended- Nerviline/ which restored me completely." 7     *"  For Rheumatic pains," Lumbago,  Sciatica, you will get lasting satisfaction from a. 35c bottle of Nerviline.  Sold everywhere. *   -  B.C. Timber industry  The amount of timber scaled in the  province^ of British Columbia during  1923 was-2,542,280,000_b:f,m., as compared with 1,899,158,000 feot in 1922,  .an. increase of 3<������ per cent., according  to a-Statement made by the Hon'. J, D.  MacLean, Acting Minister of Lands  for the province.-  Backache Better  Rheumatism Gone  Nova  Scotia    Man    Praises    Dodd's  Kidney Pills  Mr. 4. A.  Bputilicr feels better "now  than he has done for a long time���������.  .thanks to  Dodd's Kidney Pills.  Aspotogan, 57s. -r- <Special). ��������� "I  havo, used   Do'dd's  Kidney  Pills, and  they haver helped my back.-   My "rheumatism has left, me and'I feci better  than.   I. have  'done;,for a" long time.;  Dodd's Kidney PWls aro -III":right."  7   This'statement'Is ..made .by- Mr. J*.  y A. Eoutllier. aged, 86, well known and  respected hero. Backache, headache,  rheumatism and other aches simply  mean impurities In tho blood. "Otherwise you couldn't have such troublos-  PurlCy tno blood by taking Dodd'a  Kidney Pills and see how quickly they  Every, ��������� sufferer who tries Dodd's'  Kidney Pills Is delighted with tho  comforting relief that they so quickly  create.      Thousands  are^buylng and  the  Department   of -Immigration -,and  Colonization'at Ottawa.-who fwill arrange rwith   representatives in Great  Britain- to select a -suitab'k-- immigrant  and fill in his name as the nominee. ^~  Loans made to single men and women are repayable in quarterly instalments and must .be-repaid within one  year from landing in Canada"    . Loans  made to married men will he repayable in semi-annual  instalments .-and  must  be   completely-- repaid. "within  three    years    of    arrival "in, Canada.  Only persons who have been approved  by officials, of the "Dominion Government  and  Imperial  Government  will'  be eligible for assistance,    either    by  loan or grant. -   The cost of assistance  .will he -borne, equally-.hy the .Dominion  "Government and the Imperial Government hut. each -govefnmen*"- will bear  its "own expenses in administering its  share of the undertaking.  "In addition to- this agreement with  the Imperial Government Jor selection  and  assistance "of- immigrants,"  said  Mr. Robb; -"we are providing for their  reception  and  settlement- in "Canada  along the lines most likely to ensure  their' becoming successful Canadians.  This will be accomplished by* means  of a Land Settlement-Branch of the  Department of Immigration and Colonization, whose duty it "-will be to see  that new settlers are directed to lands  .-where they can have" the best opportunities of success and to safeguard  them from -exploitation   in   the   purchase price of farms which they may  buy.      The  Land Settlement Branch  will f be assisted, in each  of ''ita -.district s, by Advisory Settlement Boards; \  composed:   of   outstanding,  mortgage ]  -.frs-icl  to eat? your jtongue is coated,  mouth -tastes bad, stomach is  bloated. -:y If y>ou'\vant to get  weU,__, stop using dyspepsia  tablets and go to_ the source pi  the trouble before it is too late.  Strengthen your stomach, cast  out the bile, regulate the bowels  adaf     This was the first public evi- ' its  first winter carnival with, success  dence  to   be -'given  to   the  world  at j beyond words.  large that the. corn belt has shifted j We expect trappers, seal hunters,  north; and that, in the words of" the j big game and pelt finders to be handy  Federal Minister of Agriculture, who  was present,' "a new era of agriculture  had dawned for the prairie provinces."  The fact that such a show in the area  was held to he justified, and to draw  as interested spectators a host of government, railway and , other public  authorities, is sufficient indication of  the culture of. com having reached a  definite and important place in the  agricultural life of Western Canada.  Corn    has    Deen grown In Western  Canada, on a small scale.-evei- since  the "squawcorn"    variety,    developed  farther south, was found by the Cree, 1  Sioux; Assinlboia and    Blackfoot    In- i  on ice and snow.  We hardly expect them to have a  theatre capable of seating four hundred, (that means accommodating sis  hundred). , Nor did we expect to find  an orchestra~under a Boston violinist  with old army experts on brass and  wood.   -  We looked at the programme and  read such vocal selections as "II Bac-  cio," Mendelssohn's "Rover," the Ave  Maria from Otello, Stainers "Love  DivineV duet. Such piano numbers  as the Liebestraume, a cycle from the  'T.ieder,-also the Mendelssohn over-  ���������es in duet form.      Violin solos by  dians, well adapted,  to,  the    briefer ��������� Ernest, Abroisio and. DeBeriot.  summer and earlier frosts of the nor-'  thernu plains, but it was not until 1919  that the corn crop began to be considered even as a possibility In Saskatchewan, or its sister provinces. In  1919- it was estimated that six thotts-  _ and aeres; in Saskatchewan had been  ���������do*this," and dyspepsia will be  planted to corn, practically all this for  no- more.  For your condition the best prescrip  tion is'Dr. Hamilton's Pills, which are  ieties.  feed, as it was not then ,thought.pos  sible to ripen" the Flint and Dent yar-  for the. stomach, kid-  made specially  neys and liver."  Dr. Ha mi Stores Pills  Aid the Stomach  Get Drl Hamilton's Fills to-day, 25c  per hose, 5 -for $1.00, "ail" dealers, or  The Catarrhozone Co", Montreal.  Alberta Oil Refineries  Jit is expected that refining will  start at the Alberta Refining. Company's plant at Coutts, Alberta, in the  Sweetgrass fields some time in March.  This. plant. and that of the .Alberta  Refineries at , Edmonton, along with  the $2,-500,000 undertaking of the Imperial Oil Company at Calgary will  give Alberta three refineries.  Lift Off-No Pain!  and loan men, and.agriculturists,'who  will pass on the suit-iblfity of land and  the fairness of the; purchase-price of  all ,prlyait*ely-owned lands listed with,  the branch, ' They will* advise the de--  -n'artmental- officials on"the distribution  of settlement, that Is. having regard  to local problems, on the number and  type of, settlor which can bo most  readily assimilated in any particular  '. locality, i .Through |,helr Influence and  Initiation; It Is. hoped to start community welfare associations In. those  districts iwlicre -;'new''-' aottlement is  coming"*m In considerable numbers."  The ne\V branch Is already engaged  in V Burvey of farm ova ployment opportunities, and will asslst lii provtd-  1 Doesn't hurt-one bit! ,; Drop a little  "Freozone" on an aching , Corn, instantly that corn stops hurting, then  shortly   you   lift   it   right   off   with  .fingers. ,������������������<':. ���������   ���������������������������'���������   ���������  Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of  ."Freezone" for a few cents, sufficient  to reanove overyhard corn, soft corn  or corn between tlie toes, and the foot  callouses, without aorettess o^ irritation.   :��������� : ,'-;"" ���������  '"    -;"';"'.  ,  using this.'jromedy solely through the | Ing farm eniploytnent and also house-  recommendation of their friends /who hold !wor)lcers for^Bervice dn the farms,  flrst  discovered   their  wonderful   ro-  .Having  anct^ hoallne  properties.      In-  ulst on having Dodd's Kidney Pills.    ,  '',.-,X'"''     ' ' '.'True..., i.;'** ,t  "Pa, what Is roparteoi",  "An oxchango of wit; my hoy,"  "I see, and In that sort"of a  someone .alwaya gets a lung."  deal  Idea  ������������������: v '������������������  Into  "'   vie  i������"wW#^^|_^|-Cl-'g-V  W.   N.    U.    11313  . Cost of Living InorcaocB  Thercosi'' oC living ehowa"., a sllfiht  sea-aonal 'r'lsci\. 'Ite'turns 'to"the  Department of. Labor Indicate that  the  cost, per Twaek, ^a H st ��������� of 2!>, stapl-e  foods for a faintly of fivo in bo mo CO  cities  averaged' $10,78   at  tho  boKln-  tihiti or January'.as -.iS'uLrij^t "J"1E*������.73. for  Decomber, 1023.      Before; the wnr in  January, ��������� 1914,, it 'W������������ ^"7.78.,    Inclnd-  ing fuel and rent, tho Tainlly bud-jet i  averaKort  $21.23  for    January, ' 102*1,1  against  $21.21  Cor    Poocmbor,    1023. j  The peak for tho family budget Jn-1  eluding fuel and rent, was reached Ini  'IFathor's, named his new foxhound  after you, ReKBle.'"i -     -    ,  <(I wonder what put that  liis'Itead/'  s "Ho says- the do������ doefln't, know  enough to keep a scent when ho's got  It." ' ' ....'. ...'  WET FEET  lead to colds--    Avoid chills by  rubbing with Mlnard'a Liniment,  TLo" great prcivent-'llvc, '"  July. 1020, when It stood at $26-92.  January, 1914, It waa $14.19,  En  The anticipated renewal of beef cattle shipments to England with the removal of -the embargo, and the growing popularity of dairying, stimulated  the  production   of" corn  as   a   silage  crop.      Within five years Saskatchewan's corn crop, increased from.,6,000  acres to 61,000 .acres.      At first, practically all the seed corn was imported  from the western states,-but from now  on, a' considerable proportion. will be  grown in Western Canada, and. "both  Manitoba and Alberta are looking to  Saskatchewan  for  seed ��������� corn.      "New.  s trains which ripen earlier are" being  developed, and plans.aire .heing considered for -forming corn pools to be  operated on a co-operative basis for  grading, drying- and    marketing    the  seed corn.  All of which explains the first Western Canadian provincial corn exhibition at Maple Creek. There were  over five hundred entries.of corn, most  of them of the^ three varieties which  have .been found best adapted to conditions in' Western Canada... North  Dakota Flint, Gehu Yellow Flint and  North-Western Dent.  Professor Champlin, of the University  of  Saskatchewan,  and  formerly  Professor of Field Husbandry at the  North    Dakota    Agricultural College,  who judged the  show, declared that  tt_e whole exhibit was far superior to  tlie NOrth^Dakota corn exhibit for the  Chicago Hay and Graip. Show he had  prepared four years;-. before' 'coming to  Saskatchewan.      He admitted having  believed, at that time, that tlie corn  belt stopped short   with   the   International  Boundary^  but it had  been  proved to him that just as fine corn  could be matured and ripened In the  Prince Albert district, in the extreme  north' of the province, as across the  line. ,'': ""- ' ^   .-  There Jb no doubt but that corn has  come 'to stay in Western Canada. The  days of experiment are past, and corn  _jas become n staple crop, growing in  popularity in ieach year, as is attested by the astonishing rate at which  its acreage Is increasing. To some  extent it is revolutionizing Western  Canadian farming methods. A silo  has now become tho familiar adjunct  of most Western Canadian farms and  tho effect Is being felt In tbo cattlo  and dairying industries.  Pertinently, corn production has  once more proven the great versatility of Canadian soil nnd, climate and  tho wide hititudo of production passible. Oifo cannot but agreo that tho  first provincial corn show of this area  marks n new stop In its agriculture.  ~ Last year's Community Choir tcok  up excellent choral work, parjfc songs,  etcj even hitched' their wagons to the  caleche - of the -Bohemian Girl. . This  or a similar work may come later.  A lecture on Music by a lady teacher of the district was given to a theatre well filled, the musical illustrations-being of the first rank.  The High School furnishes an or-  ichestra.- for all minor events, tSe  Grande Paririe Orchestra under A. B.  Hedman (late of Boston)3 being reserved for heavier programmes. The  High School has a staff of five talented- teachers, two talented instructors  in singing on the staff, also a gymnastic instructor of first rank.  The, town boasts a very large rink,  splendid' curling club, golf links, foi*  the summer, shooting range and splendid race track.  s  Above all' an industrious people,  who despite hard times keep the five  banks there busy.  A healthy -League of the Nations  branch is the latest colleague of_the  Trade and Canadian Club.  ,Board of  The' Druggists'" All Agree  That 'TTrtnamV'  Is  Best  The oldest corn remover on the  market is- Putnam's Corn ' Extractor,  and it is the best. ' Your corns will  all drop out after "a few treatments  with this painless remedy. Failure  impossible. Refuse a substitute for  "Putnam's," 25c everywhere.  On the bank of Hie Montreal River,-  about twelve miles from 'the town of  Cobalt, Ontario; Angel Clemens, * a  carpenter, found a silver nugget  weighing 3,200 pounds. It was estimated that the nugget would run' fully  75 per <ent. silver and worth $20,000.  MRS. MARY GRAY  I  auw^.;-.>itw.i������BiiiiT<w|MPW������i  Charcoal Gats Rune Autos  Gaa generated from charcoal ia being used Instead of gaa generated from  bonsdno on Berlin motor buses.     Ex-.  porlnients have been conducted for a \  year with charcoal-burners, arid they ������  havo   been    found    economical   and I  }'otiiorwiHu fctuccuHMl'iui. i  OANABii^ Mothers, You  Shotjt-b Be Healthy  :: r::ZZ''':rJmm'M^eiBYl ....  Vancouver, ������. C.���������"Motherhood left  ma a physical and nervous wreck. I-  -was ?o weak I could watvftly %(*t, around  and was too nervous to sleep. I had  hoadachess and backaches all tho tlmo  and dlstre-vsina- pains In my side--my  health "was entirely gono. I doctored  but got no relief to speak of until I  besom taking. Dr. Percys Favorlto Pro-  tcrlptloti, andjtw-foro 1 had taken all  of ono bottle twos much Improved, ana  In-tlmo I was completely restored to  he-iUli. Havo had two fine, liealthy  children since. Had it not been for Dr.  M.-ic-Vi-'-j ravuriiks Prc-Acr-plIon I don li  know what I would have dono."-���������Mrs.  Mary Gray, 732 Homer Street.  What Doctor l-Serco'a^Favorito Proscription has dona for other mothera. It  will do for you. Get it this very day  from sour neighborhood druggist, in  either liquid or tablet form, and writo  Dr. Pierce's Invalids notol in Buffalo.  K. Y., for Ire*!, conlldentlal medical  advice. Send l������ c������nta to Dr. i������lorco'������  I7������I-oratory.,   ttrldttebura. Out., If  you  k>������ mM*044m    %#     tMrnmim*    ��������������� ������������������������-���������* ���������*���������������-��������� j^w      ������������������������*     l"- ������-* ���������*" * ������������������   ���������*���������������������������*  i  \ i^---'! -"  THE  CBESTON  .REVIEW  Local, and Personal  Yellow Dutch onion setts 35c. per"  quart at Mawson Brothers.  Pigs For Sale���������Duroc-Berkshires,  sis weeks old, $6 apiece.    J.  W. Van-  qc*.    _n_w_Q������2fr <-v������-.  Emerald Green lawn grass seed at  55 cents a pound,, while it lasts, at  Mawson Brothers.  Creston Women's Institute member-  bership was increased by eight at the  April meeting on Friday, giving the  organization a roll call of 45 nan-ps.  Anglican Church Services  EASTER  DAY  SUNDAY.  APRIL 20  8 a.m.���������Hob) Communion.  10.15 a.m.���������Children's Service.  J f a.m.���������Matins & Hoh> Communion.  7.30 p.m.-r-E,vensgng.  SIRDAR at 3 p.m.  SATURDAY &  MuNDA Y Z������rh.i~iAL  FINEST QUALITY  i uSor  stilts  in  PA������.������__*r������_r  C.  Pint Jars  ���������        CLmJ  i5g. Pihl  Your choice of  STRA WBERRIES  RASPBERRIES  YELLOW PEACHES  PEARS  RED CHERRIES  This is  the  greatest  value  ever oftered in fruits���������the  Perfect Seal jar is worth  half the price.  limnvvvi  BROTHERS  Better  Service  Lower  Prices  Creston Bakery  The place to buy your  sweets of life  " "Fob SA3CE���������Parson's Beauty "strawberry plants, $6 per- 1000 plants. .1.  W.  Vaness, Creston.  And still the weather continues cool  and cloudy, with about half an inch of  snow for variety on Monday morning.  Mr. and Mrs". Pi-idham of Blairmore,  Alberta, are visitors here at present  with the latter's parents, Mr. ancl.Mrs.  A. Comfort.  Miss A. Doyler, in charge of Creston  Growers, Limited., was a visitor in*  Spokane a few days the latter part  of the week.  Mr. and-Mrs. Gt-isk and Family, of  Frank, Alberta, are here on a -visit  with Mrs. Grisk's parents, Mr. and  Mrs. A. Comfort.  R. F. Price, accountant at the Bank  of Commerce, is taking his annual  three week's vacation this month,  leaving on Saturday for his home in  Fernie.  Up till the  110 auto  Something New  All the Time!  We do not sell  the Cheapest,  but  the  Best.  Moir and Neilson  Chocolates  I 81  mm      j_na������  mmmVI    H-T    ___l ^H^^^V   ^||  M_M_ _���������__, ���������""__, M' Jmm.  ilBIBIBv  b h i_rp ets n .m  I M %0 i 1 I m\ i %0  owners m  Creston Valley had taken out their  1Q24. licenses.. It is estimated that  there are this year almost 145 cars in  tbe district. - ���������  ' Miss Gr-ice Comfort, who" is in  charge of the 'school at Johnson's  Landing, arrived on Wednesday to  spend the Easter vacation atTSer home  in Creston.  R. Roland, from Lethbi-idge, Alta.,  has been tukeu on ut the Be van garage sis mechanic, spring business opening up so well last week that extra  help was required.  Monday next���������Easter Monday���������is a  public holiday for tbe banks, post-  matt ter, and other federal officials, and  the postoffice hours thafday will be  from 5 to 6-p.m. only"  Mrs. W. Rutherford of Nelson, wh'o  was the speaker'at the April" meeting  of the Women's -Institute on Friday  afternoon, was the guest of Mr*. Bob  Stephens durin*"-  her stay in- Creston.  Mrs. C. G. Bennett was, a" visitor  with Cranbrook friends a few days this  week, accompanying the children that  far on" their way to Invermere where  they will spend the Raster school holidays.  The* outbreak of mea������!es is now well  in check. It was particularly noticeable that youngsters taking them this  week are making particularly rapid  recovery. There is ,no .school next  week.  A meeting of the growers is called  for tonight (Friday) in Speers' Hall, at  8 o'clock, to discuss fruit selling arrangements for 1924, and to elect directors for Creston Co-Operative Fruit  "Exchange.  Mr. and "Mrs. Coates and. family of  Golden were weekend visitors with  Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Martin, en route  to Nelson, where Mr. Coates Has "recently" been appointed electric power  plant superintendent.  Miss Elsdon, who up till about a  year ago was stenographer with Canyon City Lumber Company, 'Limited,  passed through with her mother from  Nelson on Friday, en route for a three  months' visit in England.  Friends at houetecleaniftg" time:  Watkins' sewing machine oil, Wat-  kins" furniture polish Watkins* washing compound, Wn Liana* germicide  dip and disinfectant. J. A. Woolver-  tont Watkins dealer, Creston.  At the meeting In the'Presbyterian  church on Tuesday night, Dr: Hender-  Bon was re-elected president of the  Creston branch of the B.C. Bibic Society, with Hugh Taylor, secretary,  and Fred Smith, treasurer..  A. Lindley of Lethbridge, Alta., was  culling on Valley growers a few days  the fore part of tho week, and is most  optirniutic as to prairie market being  able to ubsoi b conulderabry more  berries than was tho case In  1028.  The Ladle--- Aid of the Methodist  Church announce their Easter bazaar  for Saturday afternoon, April 10th, in  the Parish Hall. Then* will be a sale  of sewing, cooking, candy, and cafeteria tea, and the hours are 2.30 to 5,30  o'clock.  The Banff dance orchestra were hero  again on Tuesday night at the Grand  ThHatre- ballroom, and for holy weak  attracted a good turnout. This wilt  Im* their luttt vU-it fchEu season as thoy  open their dance paw HI Inn at Banff  n-vrt month.  Tlm C'irlH Guild of Christ Church  will entftrlain the members ami adherents of Chrlwt Church at a congregational Hoclal evening in tho Pariah  Halt on W-'-liH'wdny, April SSlrd, commencing at 8.510, nnd to which all Anglican h are invited. '  with his family and a car of effect s.  tbis week, are taking over some land  which they purchased from Mr. Bliss'  on Goat River bottom.  -Mrs. H. S. -Nelson of New Denver,  who was'a visitor here last week with  her son, Bert, was guest of honor at a  ,i������������ at the home of Mrs.,J. W. Sow to  which most of the ladies of town were  invited to meet the visitor and a highly "enjoyable afternoon spent.  J. A. Grant of Calgary, Alta., li.G.'s  prairie fruit markets commissioner,  "was a business visitor here on Thursday last, getting a lineup on the 1024  straw berry .crop" which be figures will  not be -up- to last . year's standard,  which totalled just over 22,000 crates."  J. A. Wciolverton,4fehe Watkins  dealer_..ha"s secured "She Quisfc ranch,  which Mr. Phillips, telephone lineman  who is removing to Merritt*, will vacate  at the end of the month. "-Mrs. Wool-  verton andjfamily will arrive from  Pen&etan when school closes at the  end of June. ___    Jas. "Haisdley "s off to a" good start  "to capture theJBiistol steel fish ing rod  offered by Mawson Bros, for-the biggest trout caught this sfeaSoj*.. On Saturday he-" ���������> landed a -rainbow that  weighed 2 pounds 9 ounces, measuring  almost 20 inches, and a girth measurement of 9_- inches. This" sample is just  15 ounces Heavier than the trout���������taken by himself���������that won the prize in  1923. Harry Smith is leading the bass  -"fishermen with one weighing 3 pounds  9 ounce**, -which had a length of 18  inches, and girth 13$ inches. The}  Handley trout was taken in the Goat.  epeowvM vweuum  R. A. WALSH. PRODUCTION  UV CAREY WILSON,    DmECTEO BY R.A. WALSH  HOUSE PETERS, PAULINE STARKE  &AN10NIQ MORENO  -    -*' ������.-  ���������  mm\mm,mm\tWM       'Ilk* ������*_!_���������������!_���������_;  A  - - #������B   I1MW)IIU>  I-  i  AB-rnnnav     ������H3ii    *'n  dAgtJffiJfU, HllflL 19  * i*  Sold only at  TA&  jSiora  To women everjrwhere Spiing brings  all the many-problems embraced^ia.  the word "hats."- -Not the least of -tKfese  is the" natural question, "Shall I w������ar  " last season's straw whiqh oniy needs a  different color and new- trimming,to"  snit me exactly, or shall I experiment  with- a new straw "which may not look "  . well on*.me at all?**  -" Why'hot let Elkay's Straw xlat Dye  "set-tie the question! With this ine_Tr  _.pensive dye you can make last season's  straw look new and different so quickly and "easily you "wii! wonder vshy y<?n  didn't try it long-ago. - . ������  . The* resiilts will delight yon and -ffou  will--save vconsiderable   toward   orher ,  SpriHg appariil.      ^ "  ,;���������-" ^xsf.i,   r. =-"'-* ��������� * - -  'Elkay^Straw-.^at.I>ye is perjnanent  and waterproof, dries qnickly to a last-  '  ing^ lustrous color and actually restores  life"to" the strav/.  Directions and brush  with each bottle.  Select *yonr favorite color from the  following:. Dull Black, Liberty Blue,  Burnt Straw, Old Rose, Violet, Na-/  tural, Gloss Black, Navy Blue, Gray-  Cense", Sage Green, Cardinal ���������^ecl,  Yellow^Cadet Blue, Brown, Lavender.  PfelCE    .....    35c  Bealtie-Oatway, Ltd1  mm  ���������Every section of the store is brimming over with tho new 3pring Merchandise of  the most desirable kinds���������dependable in quality aud moderate in price. During  the last few days quantities of new goods have been opened up and placed in the  various deparbnients revealing values that have hitherto  nevet been eqafllied.  Ta������  at $7.75  v ' '   ' ' ' '       '       "'      - (;     '  at ������8_75  These remarkable values are made possible by a special purchase secured on advantageous terms.    Complete range of sizes and widths.  MEN'S HATS���������They are the season's newest styles and shades  with the prices running all the way from $8.50 to $8.50  .. 4 4*. jf  to ���������...  # a- * m t"  n,.',  4 4 .J..*.  .v.*,  [>oiikh<  kwnr,  It lid  M  hroLlk'-i-  ot  John  "vii.r-i m.  XV  ..r  <".  --ilf-n,    -h  i:'.  -,|     i-.  9  Dry Goods  x&jgpm    jBr~Wmm . ymmtw m      shsbi hbhhi m a ywm*?      ntilUWuiU  ^^WftSftS^lBw-'StlS'i'^wWIl w^^A���������W*^^P*Wwi_BpP'PM?'R  I  mm  U^M������,,w.*_b������> >$,M  .,  ,.^"i.������*f  . tmiixjL^ i_*_fj*__4t*!B4*  ii  Mr ihi'ai Jiii'in.siB-ti-" _W^  mWsWm.


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