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Creston Review May 2, 1924

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'/z a  ���������-A  "," "*- '*/ -  ,   V-     ���������*  S.       r  _-���������"��������������� Sir*.  _--____i^SS  ������T7S?_Ea  m., _i .���������(���������������%- M ___!I_____P'  vow __.VI>  CKI^TONv Br C.^  Two NewToiirist  Camp Sites Here  ^"Through .the cooperation of-������������&.  people, nnd a, newly-awakened infb^  est of the general public fn forest p^>-  "tectiou -ve ha*^ ;bs#n able to redt������ce  forest Are losse_|f roni year to year, huff  tfre^Hu-nan element is stiil she greatests  cause of these fi*e% S& p������r cent, offii-e-s  exclusively to this .trade this summery  the Mercantile Company proposing to  St up the former co-op store for .that  purpose during the .busy beiry season.  *-- <��������� -  The low water that has prevailed in  the Goat River has hampered the  -drive of logs ito - the Winlaw mills  whieh Is planning to start the season's  "out early this month.  *- * .      -  Nelson "Winlaw was a' weekend visitor    at"  Nelson - coming    bach    on  fm*:^Mm.mmHk^m   ag"suEh������$f  ^-p-aa   sji-s-aesgg *������������������-_������ s->j- -*-t**--ftM-������-  M-������"^ -ucie oi affairs  Su ������j-|jJi|n-agL  SUEely* t-h&f' we m? aai^aly uSStruy <->���������������������*  forest heritage* through etiniinalrneg-  _-Ject." "" -.- r'~  This is the observation .of  RA-*-_-*��������� **-*���������-. *_#"    *~~ " "* "  V**       *        7       k.wJ s       **���������.  *'���������>  1924 Tie Cut is  ______  -**���������">���������*���������, ������_ss    _. _____-*"  Worth $750,000  a-  Wednesday after hearing- th������ Libera  _*   ���������*-_���������!   r��������� ji -_������._  xurounr Jliiguu  N������������������,���������  /t_���������_,���������_..._-i~:     .  ivixnucr  L^ie*-^; ���������* -v":  l"^l  ' _  for East Kbc>t<-nayf who "was.here on  Friday, and who is startinc* off this.  1321- forestry Are ptt^rolrmen.. almost a  month ear)ier--t&-n .last' year due to  the pry season .setting., ih so unusually  early. According? td; Mr. "Moore- fire  losses in 1923 were" the -'lowest in." -the  district's   history,    and    educational  ofiSW*.^  M.SIt    -__-. ������_^.a__J__.j3l    _-_-.'������-.-.   _-.-_--��������� *-.���������- Af���������������,������__l������--������- ,  ���������������__.-!#������. fcj   rvetts, fe^cr -Jr*!5_r*e'G'"-Jr���������%**_*  wa������ srj_,_-psso*w*s-������jr  asjn the past, . p*-7ticulArly . anionf-*st  the school chiUlr^n. the district forester planning to address all-the more  important sch-sSa within the nest two  weeks on forestry, piotection.  There will be the essay writing- contest again this year, but oh a more extensive scale. ^ In 1933 the* competition  awarded but four "prizes * in all B,Ct  biitfo-^thts-year fcbere- will be" four,  pri-ees for each forestry district. < Last  year thifd prize "was' won by, a. girl  sebol-Mr of t*_������������.@n!den **f"hoo!=  "One of thei,mpw)V<-_-ients that will  sUllfurtSier increase the ejEBclencyof  the _s~ Sghters is the instaUatlocbf a,  laAlrontiit poflit above HCoyiei *������_k?c_i  Kives the watchni-n n eommandinf-;  view, of th������-r territory to Thompson  Creelc, west of Kitchener^ and an early  ^__3ttj^M|������^^  sea^ near inTd. mere,- which eommands  a view o^he Columns' Valley as far  -bntbjs^-- Fort "Stc^e. -Mid north to  Spillamaeh-������n^r^p-^nse8.": will he  araodernly~������gLufpped throughout, including an C^borne-flre finder, and the  nest station to go in will he at a point  *b3tw*en Ch-eston -and. Yahki which  wiU comnfandl the area westtoKoot  - enay Landing-. The-~conomy of in'  stalling and maintaining; these- lookouts has-been-well0 established and the  policy will be to erect them wherever  a vantage point ofiters.-  Of ������welve toiiwat camp sites to he  erected in Bast" Kootenay this ye������r  two of them will he in .the Creston  area-~at SusieApook and Arrow Creek,  ������vncl M.v. floored visit here was largely  for the purpose of determining^ the  -oxact location of these. Of the others  t-������ be put In,three will be on the BanfT-  Windernttere highway between Wind-  ' erme.ren*id Fott pteele, three between  Fernie and Crowsnest, two, between  Fernie and Elkot and, two-between  Orahbrbok and Yahk. It-will probably  bo early fall before these nreallcom������  pletitd, but whan. available many of  the ntostllkeiy sites, in all Bast Kootenay will he at the disposal of tho auto  tourist camper.  din-iMft^?.  He reports the  Creston Tiding assbci  aution nietstlug iti that city on Monday-  night most successful with the opinion  prevailing at the "other end of the riding'that a " strong  liberal   candidate  chu  Ktve - either ,Co|. _iis*H~r or  J. H  Schofield the toughest kind  of a fight.  , The'lSS$jcnt^J3mber in the Bast  ^ootenay fo-^t^district give's prom  is_^fjra^ningftil^_ graneftotal of 160  tnilOon feet^ nccOrdSng to Norman  Hoore of. CSnnbr^ek, the district fop-  ester, who "Ws^r"higl*������n an official visit  _.t. the 9_4^ef "*-"-*������-������*���������  o-mjutT-  ������v|������n  aents n. dse-p-aSe-v-"* only SO million feet  y Bseayy  -.or- the  mm,\.a  .w<.w_. mm.. mmlmA f^mii+}k\^  . mJ..K..y,l������*_ _.^ ..-..-WW  ve;  _..������ *.m ntnen*-   ��������� b..-. ."E._.ia 2_ _ _*.  VUW -V_ J.IUU) UUU; unu at, slOv  . isles "Knoct, who-spent the Blaster  holiday- s>*~h*?r hon-s is Canyon City*  returned Sunday afternoon, and  school reopened Monday.  JUr. Neil of JKusk-inofofc went tbrough  to" Creston on Monday to meet "bis'  wife and family, who came west from  ^SVinnipeg������ Man., where they- has������  been visitieg the past month.  C H " Brown,-who   has   been   with  the B <& B crew .for the past year, hair  beecc transferred to Crowsnest, where  he will i\o car checking, leaving for his  Sleighing going ol|l*t least a ntonth  eariier than aa������u^il!Sr. Moore Ugur?s  this yea.-***' tisaaber,. output would have  Sv icmit *r^u_iu*eu tna-ij ox-a 'yvot >m;**>.  The demand for^uniber at present is  very light/ The iffsually good United  States demand isjaoloiifi-er rh evidence,  the pa-airieas-are &dinj-* very little buying, and the-BruBtfrn Canada densand  is toofar east fdr)Sootenay -mills to  successfully chmpSte.. Until another  crop is At least fu sight the outlook for  post sisSes !s,s3Sss'. sLt.������ tf ������th the tr.ib*?rs*  strike on there Is no call for mine ties  or props..., , _    J' z'lZP -     - *,**  The bright, ispo^i so fie timber .bus-  Saturday. The engine on the way-  freight had a flue blow out here ana a  half-day wait ensued while .another  engine was sent on from Cranbrook to  take the train east.  The daily mail- service to Canyon  City commences on May 1st, and for  the present will be.bauled by Mr.  Thompson, ' the Uster carrier, who  will call in here on .his trip from Creston. ThenewofQce will reduce Fost-  master Telford's mail sorting At le^t  _Q *>s. sent.  Just as we _eo to pi*ess .this (Thurs  day) morning word comes'of the death  of Ira Beam of Jt-icksen- who passed  away late Wednesday afternoon after  Fruit Exchange  Elects Directors  Creston, Brickson and Canyon City-  growers were out in full force at the  tweeting on Thursday night last at  which the Creston Co-Operative Fruit  Exchange, the -^Valley's new fruit  marketing: orgapization, was iuiiyor-  gasizeu, the finishing touch being the  ���������>leci*KHi of directors.      ~~"  _    ______ _������ ������������������     n  u   <inaq;e ut a.   ���������������   .A_f.*.l   ������#1_������_   M ....  ib->uau������ auu |wio nuuie ������u������ irQI_.  selling situation was freely disccssed  and the Bxchange provisional direct-  a short illness,   which did not .take r. jors submitted a report in connection  lu^? *s .n  -:*_-_i,  _*  ._e longer lengths  real serious turn until Sunday. ' Deceased was in his 76th year, and has  been a resident of Eriekson for many  years, coming here from Montana in  1907. He is survived by a wi^ow. one  daughter and two sons. E*"ue to uncertainty as to the day Jihe other son  will arrive the day of ������*-���������_ ���������unerai had  not been fixed up to the time of going  #���������**. p������������������-*MK������-wa  __is<) ������orothy Cam, who. spent the  Baster vacation with her mother, returned to-Nelson on Sunday to resume  her studies .at the convent." ,~  FEuitts^?- are En. h'ss-s-em and ass  lookingqnit^s."healthy-although vthis  has been the* dryest spring season ever  experienced. ^   - - **"feC  Rev. JHL^Var^eywill beTiere for th^fc  services on S>in^ay.  #The motor tourist, trade is, looking  up and most every day Jthe _*asoo_ih  is obliged to ihake stops "at Baskanook  -either "east or westbound. "'----.  ���������^*  The dredge is at work at Kootenay  Itandipgat present with operations'  going at top, speed to complete as  much as possible* befojre thehigh water. -    .  jThe severe frosts reported at points  west at the middle of last week do not  appear to have doj_e any *3������xuage.Wre%  at least the blossoms that wes*- ojot Arc  none the worse looking for whatever  freeze there may have been.  The Ladies* Community' Club" are  having the last of the (spring season's  whiut drives on Friday night. May  2ntl,-attheschoothouae. _  4<*-m. rail w_y^ ties.- ^Me*. Moore looks for  ;a cut of aronnda million sawn ties and  the usual quan.tifyvbf _the  hewn   variety, with Tar "prohahle .value  of the  year's tie eat tolling around $7*50,000.  Anw? ������nM--_"isdieats "that   sixteen  -*        %-    -^ ���������^     -���������--.     *     - ���������*  sawmills nwnoW inrOperation with an  a-rera-^e cut^ ������-f;4^W0 feet a day, and  indica-'ibns as% that there  will   prob-  ���������ahlybe* t&ixj^^ngmQls going before.  ithe_ehdofp"'3aK^'T^hei smaller   mitls%  n"t|s-j*^--i|_as-3  pHnelpslly,;  a*-o p-romtaeiBei������ j&g - plants" -tow. in  operation *^d thesa, <w.li- contlni-^e to  run upti! at7 ti^*p-At������t&^exHi of 4nne  which is the" d^-^iKen-. most of the tie  - *|iS_|lj^  th'e_e.sb*eall^^p^tat*fel^ is thai of.  Fatna_a,v l"^ime_<& Staylfss,, which -fe-  avera^nga._aayent|of ^at least. .800  ties, along with, ithe t-asnal. quota -of  lumber. j " ,"-  After.being-idle fdr probably six  years the mill nf - the Superior Spruce  Company, Limited,- between Corbin  and McGiUivray, is now in operetion.  Itisn^ rotary snili'nnd'reputed to be  the fastest of the kind" in"' the Crows  Nest districtv At least "one other mill  in the Fernie ares, -which 'hns been  Shutdown for a few years, .is'likely to*  be in - operation - before lividsunmier,  and g?ven a sin^ilnr crop to that takra  titS In 1823 there is some asaurahee that  before the year is out the prairie yards  will be able to handle the entire Bust  Kootensy lumber cut as readily as  they did up till about ten years ago.  -   ."- -f--���������/  Frank Simi*-ter was busy -last week  with fencing operations on the-acre  lot which be-purchased ������t  the'land  in the-f all of 1922.  Miss J_Lild-. Parkin returned to Van*  couver on Thua-sday, after Hperidia3g  about six weeks with her parents here.  School reopened on-Mosday suorn-  sng, and witb thiT nsejssles epidemic at  an fcndthe attendnpee is again up to  ho~maL "-  .      " - -. *"  -   ^ ���������   **���������  Jas. Con^ton is inxthe first in this  wtcn case proposed lease or purchase of  the -nildingsof Creston Fruit Grow-  eis tlnion, X_mited, as well as the  plaps for marketing the 1924 crop.  The directors had a business session  at the close of the meeting' and the  officers and <fiixectors for 182_ are as  follows-:  1Brasident--rR.jJ. Long-  VicB-President���������L> T. _ieveque.  Directors���������J. E. VanAckeran, J* M.  Craigie," "Walter Hall,  P. -lann   and  W. G-. Harrison*  Mr. VanAckeian has accepted   the -*  position of eecretsry.      "  Bleven   naen   were. nominated "for������  the directorate and the ballot vote was"  taken hy  Hilton��������� "Snung and Xottle*  john, the scrutineers * named  by the  chair.,  Arrangements asl oatUaeu to the  meeting indicate that .the selling of  the year's output of soft fruits,^Vege-  tablesand tree fruits are complete,  and have the unqualified approval of  the growjers who have signed the Exchange's, pne-y^ur contract in essh  | numbers that it is how' asnued  that  section to gee a������ the season's spif-aying. i the new firm will have the h&BuSl-K "*-5  _3e had the power  machine  at work go per cent, of the -available tonnage  power  on Friday last.  l^m^^^mMl^miem  Thursday and Friday 4st-*l*le^p-p<������tato^  planting on some^of the ranches.  Kee3 & Mather kre putting in a couple  of acres of spuds."  J. W. Parkin returned-to Michel on  Sunday after spending; a week at the  ranch-here. -  *:    * -  .Hard surface roads foreman Davies  had the rock cruBher at work a few  days lost week getting out a supply of  raw nuaterial'for repairs'to the macadam highway at Brickson. Ther coat of  oil that was put on .last, summer at  Crcatpn has been a grea.tsurfH.C6 saver.  ^nj^rth^-i ^tp^J������hovan-^|aon^-.,  >.~-ears-  Wynmfmff  Ken Dewar Isft for Bellvuo the fore  part of the week, but la expected to  return to Wynndel for tho 'berry  season.  ��������� Mlnaeo Walsh and Snow, who have  charge of t-ho local sohool, returned  froni their Baster vaeatlpn on Sunday,  -x)d auhool sUrted up again On Mon-  .dlRy Wosntnff' '."*.'. ���������  11. F. Paekinun and E. JE>\>-rall Wave  returned from; B(mbei-ley,. where they  . have 1h������ou working aii winter, and are  now busy, on their respective ranches.  There was a large turnout at the  dance on Saturday night, a large party  from both flird**r snd Ch-esto������ b-S'tog lira  attendance.'  lload Huporltijtsndeiit J. D. Moore of  Kaolo was hn-re" on an offlelal 'visit at  th ���������- first of ths weak, and tha growers  In tbe H'-lghborhood of tho Betiftdettl  ranohs are, looking for road lnipi*ove*  went work' to - start, early- this month.  VUvntlflittl   *���������������   U������.M<������    ������*V    *���������������������������������     mm     (������������������������  oream and refreihment pariotr devoUd I from a very hsavy oold dip  ErB&Btman  The school mom equipment had a  notable addition during the month in  the arrival of a first aid cabinet, which'  has been presented hy -the Women's  Institute at Creston. For minor no*.  olclents, that sometimes occur, tihe supplies will be most' welcome.  Tbe winter's cut - of ties by > A. G.  Samuelson has now been hauled to the  siding,'Otto Johnson and Peter Burns  completing the work Wt week.  Mr. Luah has just arrived from Bng-  land for an extended vlsft in Canada,  and Is k guest of Mr. and Mr#. Knott.  Alf rod Nelson is a bualness visitor ut  Albarta points at DJ--Bent making arrangements for the disposal of part of  the fruit crop that will be handled by  him through the Crestoh' Vklley ProS  duot������|:,Cionoern.i.���������'.;;;���������; '  "' Itoporta from the directors  Creston Oo-Onorntlvo Fruit Bxehnnge  Indicate that' the growers at Canyon  City have signed- up 100; per cent,  errong Jin tho new co-operative marketing organlaatlon.-  ,Mh������s. B������4te _ Wood got back on Sunday from Cranbrook* where she spent  the Easter vacation with her sister in  that city.: :.,.. " "  Tho frost damage reported from  Okanagan points at the middle of last  week doM'hot 'ftleeni' tn 'have bten fait  hera*   Th������ blofisom stage was hardly  of' tho  W. Q. Willson left at the .end of  the week for points in Idaho, and will  be absent for nome months. His house  is now occupied by, Mr.- and Mrs* W.  V, Jackeon. ���������   ��������� ������  Of the ssven.directors elected by the  Fruit Bxchango on' Thursday night  six of them are from Brick bo_, including tho president and vice-president.  Miss F. Campion of Cranbrook was  S. visitor with Mrs. Bundny h few days  the latter part of the week, leaving for  home pn Sunday.  Mlew Dorothy  MoKowan- of  Oran  brook was an Easter week visitor here,  the Rue-it': ,of''':her-.virl^n^piironte,. - Mr,  and Mri*. Geo. CaHWrlght.   ,     ���������     .   -  Mrs. Frank Stapleqla a vtBlto^ with  ffa-ScafiJa in _Tc!������o_ tkla.crcsk, laa.tr.iag' on  fifunilayi'''''-       :',, '"'''';;'��������� "���������.,";"���������''  Mrs. Handley loft at the end of the  week for a visit with old friends at  Blairmok-e, Alberts., ..  B. C. Hunt, -Estrlct hortloulturlst,  Nelnon. was here on an offtelal visit u  couple of d*ys the'm'H-ldle of the w4ek.'  In tho Infested orchard area control  methods are proving most ������Heotlvo.  Mrs. ������1. US. Whlm&teE' and y<>v.���������g  daughter, tv-tturnetl to Nelson at the  end of tho week, after; a short visit  With her parent-, Mr. and Mrs. M. II.  Palmer.      ,,. .-.,-7.  J   h. ���������.V-"       f *.-^f. -*������0mk *M*    (W*"M   ������ '->*!������ti'i"  Vi-ilW*  M������l#y'������ri-,������������l)^lK-f!4    W*|MWa4-  I from Mayor Balmsnt'of Cf an brook on  School i-e-opened on Monday' witb  practically every child" of school "age  in attendance. The records show an  enrollment this month of almost SO.  Mervyn Williams left at the middle  of the week on a trip south^ via Port-  hilt. " His first btop will" probably be  Kellogg, Idaho.  Cytn. Williams also lefb^Lister last  week to reBume forestry patrol work,  and expects to be located ln tbe Arrow  Lakes country In the .neighborhood of  Nitkuapv  Frank Baker, who has been working  at Klackmann,   Idaho, -Is  home.- A  Continental mine boulder  fell  on Tils  toot*, a few days ago, necessitating the.'  present layoff. -  Geo. Jucks, who has ht*������ wrist badly  fractured In a Ford car atartlng mishap about a month ago, is coming  along nicely, and hopes to be able to  resume his usual avocations about the  middle of the month.  ' Auother.uiu'g-ary of. the JLUW." ������li.'o  was effected Bomui time Mon_ayn|ght  when thelves gained  an  entraneo  to  the postbfUca section.' The on!-*-'things  minslng are a aiipply of cigarettes and  tobacco, and the limited amount of  small change���������mostly   coppcro���������that  waraiSi^ mhrn LilL  _..; Tbeahareholdcrs of Lister .Trading  & Supply Oompftiiy had th������lr annual  mratlng one night last weak, the chief  buelncBS of whEal^waa to adopt a very  sntiafaotory balance sheet and to elect  directors, aa follows: President. BL J.  Malthouse- vice-president, F. N. Thorn-  r������f������f������r������������  l"lliM������������������*������>f������,    A., ��������� f>,   %4.mwr\H������Wt    W,  i_.   Ilelme,    W-   IV Bt.wai-de.    The  he*[-#es4tt Creston -jand 'l^cksbi." the  Exchange takes them over- wititont as-  snmisig-any Union liabilities what-  soeVer, and atpregent it is planned to  meet the s^nualp^neBts of principal  and interest by a per box; assessment  on all fruit handled hy ths B-schange.  An annouacement iaexpected within a-few days as to who .will manage  Bxchaage afEairs this year*" The new  directors are in correspondence with a  few men who have been- weH-racpm"*  mended for the job, and as the berry  season is only a few weeks off"' the  manage, will he installed at the  earliest possible date*  The Bxchange policy will be to give  local firms the preference in connection  withjhe purchase of crates' and boxes,  and by being in a position to contract  for so large a per centage of tihe Valley's needs in this line growers are assured supplies at a rook hottom "price.  year's business showed a most satis*  factory profit considering cbndlttona  as they exist in thev district today,  while the stock carried and service  rendered gives even better satisfao*  tion.  GRAND THEATRE  Saturday, HAY  3  Tom Mix  m  II  anpr  A Wkxtam story by Zono.  Gvoy, chock full of pep  _M,'^^^^._Ji ^L^M.ff^mfm\^^ n,       -W'   *  TWO-IEBKli COMEBY  ittk _BflL WSt bB ^^^& ^^s Sj  _ua 1V_LCB__l__.'4_������V IVMi-f-.-Jli"^- r-\  :Asf-  TB-f  TBgL   BEYIEW.   CRESTON,   B. * a  e-  The ORANGE PEKOE QUALITY makes  :   finer tea and more of it -*"*  Banking Problems In Canada  - ^^^ ��������� '*���������  * \  In the course of the address delivered by him in Winnipeg some weeks  ago, and iu which he "discussed outstanding problems of the West, including  farm, labor, grain markets and marketing, transportation, export cattle trade,  immigration., Sir Clifford Sifton paid his respects to hankers and'the Canadian  banking system, ana1 suggested what in his opinion was necessary to restore  public confidence in the banks and enable those institutions to function  more" efficiently in times of stress and emergency.  There can be no question that what has been .termed the "wrecking of  the Merchants Bank" and the failure of the Home Bank, coupled with recent  amalgamations of other banks, lias shaken confidence in the Canadian bank-  inig system which for many* years has been held up as one of the model systems of the world.i ��������� Therelore, constructive criticism and suggestions are to  be welcomed.        - . ,  One ol* the criticisms most frequently heard in the West in years past  was that while the Canadian banking system might be __- right from the  standpoint of large, financial institutions such as Bond houses, insurance  companies, montgage, loan and trust companies, and also from the standpoint  of manufacturing industri.es and large commercial and transportation encer,-  prises, it fell far short of meeting the needs of agriculture and the primary  producers of the Dominion. It was this popular feeling which ultimately  demanded and forced Provincial Governments in the West to' embark Upon  long term c-rpdit schemes and farm loan boards.  Prefacing his remarks with the statement that he was.not hostile to the,  banking interests, Sir Clifford Sifton declared that it had been conclusively  demonstrated thai the Canadian banking system, great and successful as-it Ss,  doe's not at present furnish adequate security. This was tlie great drawback  ���������lack of security! Lack of security for the shareholder, lack of security  for the depositor, lack of security in the carrying on of his business for the  farmer and the small business man.  Describing the situation, Sir Clifford said: "\Vhen_times are good the  banks get too liberal with their money; and when times begin to tighten up,  the banks get frightened and call their money in, and good, honest business  men cannot get tlie required credit. There is no necessity for the present  situation to go on. It is sheer stupidity. it could be rectified at once if  vre would take tlie proper measures."  What are the proper measures'' Sir Clifford found the answer in the  experience of the United States; and in 4 he'.creation in that country of Ihe  Federal Reserve Bank. ' Prior to the creation of that great institution���������one  of the most wonderful and successful of its kind in existence���������the United  States suffered the same disabilities as now exist in Canada only in an aggravated form because the Canadian branch banking system contains elements  of strength and flexibility lacking in the United States system.  Outlining his proposed remedy, Sir Clifford said that what Canada required was the appointment of a competent body of men, a small central  board of mature men, three, four, or halloa dozen experienced and successful bankers and financial men, the same kind of men who have been appointed a-s-v directors of the Federal Reserve Bank in the United States, who will  say, when the bankers are getting too liberal, "Slow up";-"and when money  begins to get tight, "Loosen up."  Such a board should act as a bank of re-discount. Dominion notes',being  issued by the Finance Department upon their requisition, it being the privilege and duty of alt banks to go to this central board for re-discount whenever .the'business of the country required it. In other words", that it should  be indicated to the banks that they are not to pursue a policy of panic because they fear a lack of currency, but to rely on means provided by Parliament for their relief. "     ��������� ~ .  The United States, with all its wealth, would, said Sir,Clifford, undoubtedly have had a fearful financial crash after the war had it not been for the  Federal Reserve Bank���������a system which provides a safety valve, a ready and  sufficient supply of currency i ^emergencies, and the effect of which is practically to guarantee that no bank in the United States,'which is in a solvent  condition, need fail for lack of currency. It, therefore, becomes unnecessary  for -hem to contract their loans and conserve their resources to meet emergen cie->.  Such a control board as proposed would have its own small staff of auditors, which would be a deterrent on any bank manager going into an unsound  transaction. It would not be necessary to inspect: all branches of a Bank,  only the head offices and ih������* larger branches, the law compelling each Bank's  own inspector.-- to make a special return to this, central board of all loans  in branch banks over a certain amount, whereupon a special audit would be  made -rhf-re any large loans might ho regarded as a source of danger.  Tin.-* central board would likewise survey th""-������whole field in Canada and  r<-connneji'.l means of supplying any legitimate demands for credit what were  not being complied with. In this way it could be of great help to the farmers of the West, jn.si s\s in ihe United States provision, was made fqr lending  some hundreds of iriiJ'ionH to farmers. . ���������     "  The people or Canada have long been discussing these problems, and.  apart from vvhefhf-r Kir CHfYord Sifton \s solution ix the right ono or not, jt is  time soirif* decisive Tnenauros were taken.  ' CmlDRl CRY FOR "<_.ASTORJA"^  Especially Prepared for Infants and Children of All ������ges  Would   Amend  Elections  Act  Urges     Appointment     off     Permanent  "Returning  Officers in  Canada  The aitt-bintinent of permanent returning fofficers to "simplify the--work  of organization^ at election time" is re  commended byHhe chief "electoral "officer for Canada in his report to parila-  ment. An amendment to the Elections Act is suggested empowering the  naming by" the government; either ol  an individual or a. "public officer, .such  as the sheriff-by virtue-of his position,  to act at all .limes as returning-officer  ih his county. The report remarks  that the time required for preparation  for an election in Canada is very much  longer ihan the period consumed in  Great Britain, where the system of  permanent returning officers is in  vogue.  The chief electoral officer also recommends that urban registration for  clectoral purposes should not bo required,, except in certain ocmmunilies,  where the population of an electoral  district is less than 5,000. Aif'presenl  urban registration As required of all  eommunitiies over 2,500. Exception  would have to be made in the case ol  a few small S?ommunitics, which are  essentially urban, but the majority ol  them could be^ registered as .rural  communities and effect economy in  registration. "~ The increased population limit, says the rep'brt, would reduce the number of communities now  requiring urban registration from-_85  to SO  Straight Talk On  Danger Of Colds \  Let your cold gain" headway, and  you can't keep it from. running into  Catarrh.    .  Catarrh never slays in the same  place���������it travels down into the lungs���������  then it's Consumption.  Drive colds and "Catarrh right out ot  your system'- while you have the  chance." - >  * Easily 'lone iiy Inhaling CATAP.R-  HOZONE, which instantly reaches the  true source of the trouble and gets  right where the living germ of Catarrh  is working..  CATARRHOZONE   is   -_1I   of  healing  balsams and essences, and is able to  patch up  the  sore  spots  and remove  that tender, sensitive feeling from the J  nose and throat.  - -        - .       -  Hawking and sjjjjttijig cease, because  the discha.o'e is stopped.. The nostrils are cleared, headache is relieved,  breath is purified. Every trace of  Catarrh, bronchial and throat weakness is permanently removed.  Get CATARRHOZONE today;  months' treatment $1.00; small size  50c. Sold by e-,11 druggists, or by mall  from The Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.  White Kitchens  M  Solves Home Problems ���������  .."Persuading the husband to smoke* is  a practical way of solving many.'.-home  problems. Te>bacco creates an atmosphere of cheerfulness and contentment.  GUAM* THE BABY  AGAINST COLDiS  Mother! Fletcher'n Cantorla has  been ln une for over 30 years an a  pleasant, harmleas substitute for  Cl->f-<or Oil. P.'������roi'tirU', "WIM*-?* Tkmp������*  and Soothing ftyrups. Contains no  narcotics. Proven directions nro on  each    package.        Physicians    every*  whore recommend It.      Tho kind yon  have always bought bears slgnaturo of  To guard the baby against colds  nothing can equal Baby's Own Tablets.  The Tablets are a mild laxative that  will keep the little one's stomach, and  bowels working regularly. It is a  recognized fact, that where the stomach and bowels are in good order that  colds will not exist; that the health  of th.e little one will be'good and that  he will thrive and be happy. The  new sales tax will not Increase the  price of Baby's Own , Tablets, as the  company pays the tax. You can still  obtain the Tablets through anyt mredi-  cinn dealer at 25 centra box,' oivby  mail. postpaid, from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., BrockvlHe, Ont.        /���������'  Becoming Increasingly Popular  Among the Younger Housewives  . White is everywhere a- symbol of  cleanliness. Of course, it is really no  "cleaner" than any other color; a gray  enameled ware pot, for instance, has  all the advantages of cleanliness" that  a white one has, for all enameled ware  is easy to keep clean and will Hot discolor. But the least speck of dirt  shows on white, where it might remain unnoticed on some darker shade.  For this reason the fashion of white  in the kitchen where cleanliness is  of paramount, importance, is growing  all the time. The "white kitchen"  has' white enameled table, white  chairs, while kitchen-"cabihet���������even, a  while range���������and, of awir'se.,-,it._ has.,  white enameled ware ulensils.  It is becoming increasingly popular,  particularly,among the younger housewives, to have a definite color schc-me  for a kitchen.' Some prefer all white  while others find that white blends  very well with the gray, blue and  other shades in which enameled ware  comes. ���������'' ... _ '...-��������� '.,'  .  Why suffer from corns .when" ��������� they.  can be painlessly rooted out by using'  Holloway's Corn Remover. O  f  .   , ', ���������: .  A Michigan woman "at the wedding  feast of her daughter, served strawberries and other fruit that was "put  i up"    in ,, the    year the daughter was  | born, 23 years ago.  rj_3.-__.j_. ������.  Apply .Minard's   to   throat   and-  chest.    .Also inhale.  ���������V-isnard's gives Quick relief.  _i_E__B.3IEf^OE<&_3--.-_���������  sia -~a g���������BBts^asi ������-sa_ __?-������_._  7  jresh  'A  thilrC  Sf.C_-gt.Es  Mjaimuiiiiaijjnniii.iiLLi  THE MANITOBA STEEL & IRON CO., Ltd,  WINNIPEG  MAN.  -,   To  Beautify Grounds ������.  Within a few weeks the horticultural- department of iho Canadian-Pacific Railway will have Rent out to its  agent!- .11,000 weed packets and 150,000  lo '10,000 bulbs. As soon ns western  condition*- permit, trees, shrubs and  perenninl plnnts will bo'packed and  shipped. One liuiulred thousand trees  und HlirubH and 70,000 perennials aro  be-in-,' used uujuuilly and U rdquli-ew  200,000 bedding plaiilH to fill the boda  of the jjcrinanenl. gardens In tho station grounfl-i and imi-ke'-c-r tho company i-vi'vy yi-ar.  World's Poultry Convention  - Canada will be represented at the  world's poultry conyeaition, to be held  this, spring in Barcelona, Spain, according to an announcement by the  Federal Department';, of Agriculture.  Authorization has been given for two  delegates to-go, and efforts will bo  made to-Jnoreajse.this number by way  of a delegate, from each "of, the .provinces. .  Die it  wherevtr  the  Free  Rcclne Book-  Write the Borden Co.���������  Limited.   Montr ca.1.  ���������T. o. a.-mm.  ass?'  Immediate Shipment From Stock  BAR IRON AND MILD STEEL TYRE STEEL  SLEIGH SHOE STEEL  BOLTS   NUTS    RIVETS     SHAFTING     BOiUiU TUBES  WELDING RODS CASH HARDENING COMPOUND  Nearly rill' children aro subject to  woi'inn. nnd many are born with them.  f-*I*-ire 11!--->* furferl!**-; hy urlnp" Mol!"<>v  ('raven' Worm Kxtornrlnator, nn ex-  -���������ell-MU   reined)'.  According   lo   re|>orl.H   of  1 raffle  of-  flclnlf-,  "llopplnrc  gi-loHhf-H"    aro    tho  j cauHc of many women and kIi'Ih being  j Injured in iili}*t>llng from Hlroot cur-j.  Minard'Ji Linimitnt for* "-faariaehn  Wi  sm  %&������i  1 'V-TS-  quAUTY;  You -will sec this shscld-Bjhapc trade marie  fin hardware stores everywhere. You won't  sec it on clump, inferior g-oads. It goes  only on household utensils of the highest.  quality, yet selling; nt moderate prices,  because of tho tremendous quantities sold  each year.  CUoose coolsi--f*: and bulchuj: utensils that  carry this trade marlc. Choose SMP  Enanielcd Wnre, with ita visry hard, smooth  surface. Heats faster, cleans easier, imparts no metallic flavor, causes no dangerous acid re-actions.   Ask for  *^KTRiifl H^PjE?7 evftifUlitlS' iHili QTpET  Three finishes: Pearl Ware, two coats of'  pearly-Rrey enamel int-idc and out. Diamond  Ware, three coals, light blue and white out-  biclc, -white lining;. Cryntnl Ware, three  coats, |������utc white inside and out, with Royal  Blue edging. .���������  * IS tut BY  OP CANA1>-  -iSheet Metal Products Co.������uI������t������  MONTREAL    TORONTO  EDMONTON,  VANCOUVER  ���������WINNIPEG  CALVARY  \V,    K.    V.    151G  109  ia|--ji^_Hg<!-Mlll||������!M-^  mmm  MUM  ^���������������^i^^)^^������Mff4^gj  t������i������aH������.������WKji������ Srii^  ^s*s  ^XX^'XXXXVZ  ':';. I.;^'^--^-  lllip|P_B-_ll  :7;-: ?>7:-^:,H'7  AAZZZZ^SSmgL^  AAZ$S*'\  t'7 ';;, ��������� " A.  '-75^il^BBI  son -Day Jt^oacl   VV ould  pen .J&eady~jyiade pea Kwdtite  ���������sr-T _������" -*_���������_"-', >?���������*i _"*    "_"-_��������� -r ar-*-j -a  For _rkil Ut   Western i__a__ada  >-  Tlt|--_-r_oloSiS   Svnvotvv  y  Recently    the " west5'was visited by  bnportant    personages.- from    Minnesota : "MrV'Hugh- J. Hughes.jstate.direc-������  lor, oE marketing, and Mr1. J. F. Reed,  president of the Minnesota Farm- Bureau, says the Manitoba-  Free    Press.  Both   these   gentlemen   have   devoted  "considerable attention to the marketing  -of'   farm    products, ^particularly  grain, and have "made.a very careful  study -of interior  freight   and   export  rates, and both strongly'   favor    the  Hudson Bay route, as a paritla solution  of the difficulties of the western" farmer both in certain" off"the United States  as well as Western Canada.  - Speaking" in- Winnipeg on  January  2Sth, Mr. Reed said:  "Just -why $20,-  000,000 was -spent on a railway which  ends in a swamp and-is left to rot is  a  puzzle  to  anybody  on  the  outside.  When the. money for completion has  been voted and. there is every advantage    to    be '"gained by finishing- the1  -road' to the -northern  outlet, -what-is  the matter that it .is not finished?  About the same time Mr. H-.-gb.es  spoke to a. convention of the Saskatchewan Agricultural Societies at Saskatoon and predicate d���������.the early, completion of the railway as,being very  necessary "in the farmers', interests.  Mr. Hughes had already written an in-,  teresting article on jthe subject of  transportation routes, and rates. This  appeared in "The Country Gentleman"  In its issue ,of August lSth^,1923; -under the title "Landlocked���������All-Water  Routes -are the open "sesame to the  heart of "the Continent." In this, Mr.  Hughes showed" liimself * to be  thoroughly familiar wLth the subject  and gave some very valuable and.illuminating "information- a������^_ to- the* serious handicap under which farmers residing in the Canadian-American  wlieat belt are a������-present laboring in  respect to transportation charges. He  recommended strongly the development of the three great interior water  routes of the North American contin-  Fain In His Side  Is How All Gone  Ontario   Man: Pleased   Witb   the  Results Obtained from'Taking Dodd's Kidney Pills.  Mr. John F. Pain tells of relief from  suffering and cfladly "advises others  to try  Dodd's Kidney Pills.  "Minett, Ont.���������-(Special).���������rMr. John  F. Pain, a. well-known resident here  is very satisfied with Dodd's Kidney  Fills.-   -   "  '.   "I had been getting   very   Io_-   and  feeling  hardly  able "to  do any  work,  With pains,in    my    side,"    Mr.    Pain  states.    - "1  got hold "of one of your  Almanacs and. ,re������d Jt,..:the-i. ,&e.n,,t..for  : six boxes of Doad's J",idney Pills.. . Af-  - ter: taking three boxes  my  pain left  i me and I can now, do a lot of* work.  ��������� I always ,keep some of your pills on  jhand,"   ";'.,-;'..v  ' Mr. Pain's troubles came' from the  .(kidneys.' Dodd's Kidney Pills act directly on the "kidney p. Thoy put them  In shape to strath the tirfc acid out  ' of the blood.' Without .ui'.ic acid In  ;the blood there can "be no rheumatism  ior- sciatica. 'A.Z'-���������.'     ���������  ent:   the" Mississippi,-    St.     LawreKce  and Hudson .Bay. - f Each had its own  territory to serve but* for the area  comprising the prairie provinces in  Canada and the Dakotas "and other  stages of the American union the natural and proper outlet is by the Hudson Bay.  He says, by way ol illustration: ''If  yon have a globe handy so much the  , better. "Now stick a pin halfway  from the middle lip toward tlie North  Pole. That's Liverpool. _Give" your  globe.a quarter turn to the right.  Stick another pin halfway up from the  Equator toward the Pole. That's North  Dakota. That's the centre of " the  American-Canadian wheat belt. Now  take a string- and draw it between  these two pins,- the shortest distance,  it ' doesn't follow "an east and" west  line. It curves up toward the North  Pole and then downward in a southwesterly direction. ~  "On your globe you'll bev surprised  to observe that it nils Greenland and  comes* down across Hiids&n Ba3r.  That's absolutely the -shortest .distance between Western Europe and  the-heart of America."    ."   .    .  "It was   Henry  Hudson,   the   same  Henry    -who    discovered  the  Hudson  River, that  discovered    the    Hudson  Bay  route.      Don't   dismiss- it   as" a  joke. Remember it's the shortest distance lo Jthe  heart  of the  continent.  Remember that the ships of the Hudson Bay Company sailed,,past its headlands "for 200 years.     And-on your latest map oi* Canada find a slender line  creeping, straight out from the wheat  lands_J.oward Hudson Bay���������a gleaming  line of double  steel raiis. determined  on gettiffg down to' salt -water -in' the  least possible distance.      You'll hear  tliat the Hudson Bay route is impractical.^   "So was the route via Panama  impractical���������once.       There   are   bogs  to be crossed and harbors to be dredged and beacon lights to  set p.n ma*ny  an unfriendly   headland,   but   the   sea  tides   run1" free long*" enough in  every  -year to let the ships in from the Atlantic and  out 'again with-their  cargoes of grain.'     When you are trying  to shorten the land haul that sets the  distance you    are > from   the    central  markets of the world, don't forget the  Hudson Bay route." -\  Tjjhat well-known and reliable journal, "-The Scientific j_merican," has  also been paying fcome atention to  the northern route.- "!_-he leading artl-  cJe in its issue oE June, 19_8, is headed "Hudson's Bay, the Neglected Sea,"  and'was written by" John' T. Rowland.  The author spent some time-in Hudson Straits, in 1911.- cruising- In--a*.  'thirty-foot auxiliary yawl. '"He has  jarst-hand. information regarding- the  navigabiliLy oi* the route and_exprgs.s.as  Examination   to   be   Made  in   ASberti",  __o "*"���������- Determine      Prevalence -   of  -  __ Tufcjercolsls.Among Children. .    .  A. survey to determine the prevalence of-tuberculosis among children  in the province of Alberta' is to be  carried out ������n the near future.     r  The* suggestion to, hold the survey  was niad^ "by Dr. -Baker, .&_perin.-_  tend ent of ���������-" the Provincial Sanatorium, who-'pointed out that the Dominion Association for -the - Prev^tb.  tion of Tuberculosis, would make a  grant of ������1,000 to the undertaking.  One' thousand children will be taken-from various parts of the provLnce  as follows: 200 from Calgary, ' 200  -from "Edmontpn and 600 from other  smaller towns and country districts.  All classes -and nationalities of children will-be-ineluded except" Indians.  It was announced that a*"- "well ���������������?.  'determining the prevalence of tuberculosis, -the percentage, of under-  :nourished' children ������n ,-th.e pi-oynnce  could also tie determined hy '"-the  survey.   ���������  D&ya Kzre&t J_5r������tam JVlust  Increase >AjLr t^orce   jl o  j-t o     "P "i_P^m  * *"��������������� ^  *_T __'" 1l  _A_vdid   iJisaster   In   .riitixre  <n������3-  Commander     Charles     D.    Burdey,-  member    of"   parliament,  inventor ot  : the paravane,  author- of ffie imperial  airship   project   and   noted'' authority  on aviation;-says" in an article in the  Less Prosperous Farmer  The/ Backward   Farmer  Who   Fails "to  Profit By  Ad vtee  People "who try - to give the farmers  em  either bring-about aerial disarmament Iin tlieir business",    claim    that   those  em-  fc / M  ^"i"^      ������_V������     ������..���������������  'I.U     6*1 C     l������^3     KtLUi  Sunday Times that Great Britain __uat   advice that might be of value to th  Sour Stomach Risings  Subdued by "Neryilsite" \  A Few Drops Bring "Relief  forthwith   or   increase   her_ air- force, j B-eached by the methods usually  ������������������escribing    aerial    warfare    of    the  future, he says:  "It can be taken as certain thai we  should have -to"reckon on one hun-.  dred casualties.- for every ton ' of  J>ombs dropped.,, and' that, at,_a "very  moderate estimate, the casualties irons  daily air raids under present day conditions would range from S.000 to 12,-i  '000 a day. , By the use ol incendiary  bombs the whole of London^ could be  "set on fire, or all the main railway  lines could be destroyed to prevent  foodstuffs being.-bidught in. These  are not alarmist views, but - considered estimates of the effects of airplane  attacks at the present day. During  the next few years, as more and-more  rt_--*ntr_-_������*��������� Pill - -nropnAUf* o y-^r- tr_-_tj->w-H- r***rl  theirc5_sults are -.bound   to   be   still  more terrible." ;  Commander Burney, referred to an  American -. airplane    weighing    43,000  - The wonderful relief you get from  twenty drops of Nerviline will surprise  you*. :    Take  it   in   sweetened  water,' pounds,   which  can  carrv nearly-five  an'd almost immediately you feel "bet- j  ter.       Nerviline brings up     the -.gas  caused   by  (tons of bombs, says: "A squadron of  fermenting food, and re-! 10<* s^cl1 machines, therefore, could  lieves "that distressed feeling .in the | carry 1,000 tons of explosives or poi-  stomach. "When coiic or cramps-- son gas; an<*- tliere can be little doubt  strike you at*night, Nerviline 5s a sure! th t .v������tl,iri ~v few wnr-Tlf will  relief.     For general _se in the family,   mat Wltmxi a veiy tevr 3eals lC ^lH  ployed are* those, who have either  made good because of tlieir own en-"  ergy- or-enterprise, or who would have  made a success -in ��������� any occupation.  The farmer, who is. groping along and  to whom precept and adviee would  un Questionably be of- help rarely  troubles himself to come, within "tho  range of that sort of assistance.  This situation is noticeable in the  effort made by governments to edu-.  cate farmers through fairs, plowing  matches, arid various other organized  activities. -'It is the prosperous, successful ., farmer who is prominenUnidentified with these events and who  reaps .jthe benefits. The man with  Ihe dilapidated barn and ^grub 'herd  fails to answer the call.  When a method is discovered to interest the less successful farmer,  there will be better progress in agriculture  throughout Canada.���������Sarnia  ._������  Canadian-Observer.  for emergent ills, always keep trusty  Nerviline on hand..    35c at all dealers.  . Aid Juvenile Immigrants.^  In anticipation of a large volume ot  juvenile immigiration from. Great "Britain-to Canada in this and- succeeding  years: the immigration committee ol  ihe Montreal I-Ciwanis Club has secured and is.equipping a local hotel to be  used as" a clearing house for tliese  boys on their arrival. .. -  ij_~"  '; , Tlie .average ag.e';pf the 'residents  of tho Uriited Stales^ait the, time of  death is sixty-nirie years.  u  Beware of -.Imitations!  HON  Fingers Cracked. Lost  Sleep. Ci.tic.u-a Heals.  44 Eczema b<-|-an with ������ rn-ih nn  my hands and I could not put my.  hands in water. It grew -worae everyday and,my hands and fingers all,  , crac-ed which' made . them covered  with eruption-. I lost Bleep with the  itching.  " The trouble looted tfuee month ti  before r heard of Cutlcura Soap and  Olntrhent, nnd nfter n-tin-j three  cakes of Cuticura Soap and iwo and I  ahulf boxeu of Cuticura OiniiTient  the ec2ema waa heated*." (Sign-ed)  Miss Eva E.Bclllveau. 33B HigbUclJ  Qt.,,Moncton, New Branswlck.  For every purpoae of the toilet and  bath Cutlcura Soup, Ointment and  Talcum are wonderfully .good.  H������������ipt������ *8������*��������� fn. W Mill. *,M������*M-"I.WMV*. .J*.  iUA, 3d- BUPinia ������t, m.,U.m,tt*4AM tfioU*w*y--  W-hyrp, Hown _mj. Ointment CB ������nd We. IWeaw SM.  BMMkCutlcuvM Soap ah  "Cutleuva Soap ������������������������������������������������������ wlthouD naug.  his amaxement that]-.,thls.-,,ha".,.not ail-8  ready been developed for cbminercial  purpdses; .but "now" he "remarks, ''"the  whirligig of time suddenly bids fair  to exalt this veritable, mare clausum  to its proper place as one oi! the  three great: trade""Ava.ys into the' heart  OC the American continent���������the other  two beini^'1 the Mississippi River and  . the -Great; 'takes.-��������� system.  i-'Tho.reason;,for thlp J-swnot' any  change in IludflpiiV Bay itself, ���������'. The  .controlling factor as usualv is economic;' It /has dawned upon the minds  of our nelgiiliors "across the border  tiiat there Is; a readyrinatie- sea route  1 ying. wlioHy in Cain ad Ian terri tory ��������� and  extending- to wit.hin a lew hundred  miles of: the -great. wheat; exporting  belt of the CanatUan'i northwest.0 ���������,;' ,,. r  ]Vftv n-owlarid refersjLo:': -som������ tllf-  ficultles that'hai/e beoxi. found In navl-"j  gating, the Straltj-.'.suqli'aa'; tho; efCocfJ  of'the;mngnelic-pole 'or������;'tho' Mariiior'ii;  compass, tidal currents and Ice fsoix-'  dltions,. tuui how .these way now too'  lyadlly.overcome, Tho iast-mentioned offeL',i ao serious obstacles 'for.sev-'  enil inontliB In. summer, ami- fall for  It Is the opinion, of coiripVjtont riavl-  gaiors. that,, "during l.h_.Alii'tie or lour  months ofolpen navigation, be for e tlio  winter Treeze-up begins, Lhls irovito  may Tj.b truvtH'sed by an. ordinary  tramp atueiuer mort* sul'uly than tliu*  gulf anil rlv������*-r of SI..'l.ifiwronco lr>  Montr eal."  ���������Unloss' you see .the ;"-3ay.e--. Cyoss" on  be possible to destroy completely a  town the size of London\within a period of a few days."  The best way to obtain -limitation  of armameats, says Commander Burney, is the . mobili'-ation of world  opinion.  J. J3. Thomas, the Colonial Secretary, in the Weekly Despatch, defends the L.abor Government's decision to sanction the previous government's policy o������ air f������jLce expansion, saying:  "While taking the necessary steps,  as the late government did, to improve our; air defences by stages, "we  are certain that mere competition in  armaments leads to. disaster. While  -recognizing -,the necessity of defense,  we want to do-nothing to upset the  European situation. At the same  time we must be in a position to establish ..confidence in Europe among  other peoples, so there will be a  recognized formula for an all around  reduction  of  armaments."'  * **t Off  -      i-*_iB-   .*_/ii.  jln-u rami  Horse Breeders Are" Hopeful  ������.i ....       ���������  ���������   rmm  Demand   ?or*"rleavy   Draught". Horses  Now Being Shown  Signs "of an early lifting of the cloud  that hats overhung the horse breeding  , industry, were  brought to the/attention oE members in attendance at the  package or on tablets.you.are not get-j annual    meeting of* the   Clydesdale  ting the genuine Bayer Asnlrlrt proved) Horse' Association of, Canada held in  ,_afe: by millions   and   prescribed   by | Toi.onto Teeontiv The di,.ectorai re-  1 physicians over twenty-thireo ybars for:- ��������� ������ oai������ ��������� eecELi:jy* x *& an,ectots, re  ;'-Xolds-''-;^.;^:''7y;-;,;Hea^i:Q'.' ���������'      ;!  Toothache       . ���������-. '-Bu'in'St-a'soi  Keurltla';       ',';'. .;',"|^li'e^inatlsm 7 ",  ,, 1-feuralgl'_ ,, ���������    ������������������;;.,,,,,;."Pa^, ;,;3Raiix  |     Accept' "Bayet^;!^^  ! only.      Each  unbrbkoh"rpacm;aB:o contains proven, cllreqtlbtia.- ���������, Handy boxes  of twelve tatilQts!c6pi few'ceiits. Brug-  gls'ts" also.sell bpttlea.';o'fy-2'.' and 100.  Aspirin Is'.> th*Q ���������; tradq-'in'arlc. .(registered  in Canada) of Bayer:;Manufacture of  | Monbacellcacldestor ,of;'.,-'. Sail cyllc acid.  While it is well, known that Aspirin  means   Bayer   'ijiianufact-iar^: to assist  the ->_bl!o rigDlnBt-hriltdtJo'n.B, the Tablets; of Bayer Company will be stamped with their -jfenertil traclo mark, tho  ���������'Bayer .Crosu/"' ' "��������� \y-'::A:^x.A >---���������  Doesn't hurt one hit I'    Drop a little  ���������"Freezone" 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'"*l'or a .few cents,, sufficient  to remove every hard corn, soft corn  or corn between the toes, and the foot  callouses, without"soreness or irritation. '���������" :  The',Now. Malcl: '".In'my-lastphbcg,-!  always,, took, tl:iln*-js ralrly e-asV',"'  -"The.. -Mistressr  "Yoii\won't do- that  hero,'';" 'I. hoop - everytlilrife'; locked up."   ?rr-"  ���������KTTT.  W.   ,N.    U,    1335-  Only after hor beauty l��������� pjoniQ does  Iho -viUn woman discover I.hail, bruins  ure useful, a  More-    than    one-fourth, -of -rail   (Ik*  IKUKtir In Lhe world    ������s    consuincU    In  the Unlleil Stales!  Is Relieved  CAUTEirS  LITTLE   LIVEll   fVl-LE  .^rarely fail.   JPurrly jgB-^_  . vegetnible ������������������*������������������������>���������������."      ��������� _jra_.rS1  ��������� *.������*%_i _���������������?_��������� ���������"-_���������������  iCAKTEr  ������Ur*aly hut ffenfc-  ly onthallvcr^  S_������_M___Y. _____.      .j,..^ ^^i^^  TTTIL,'__I  [R>IL.|  Rcjlkre after  dlnnef -dfits-  t r_"*t*a' *���������-��������� B"������c ���������  Ileve -EndlKeM-.      t ,  Clean- Emaiilrovc the cbmnlc-Klon*--'!* riw-ht-- n  tine eyes.  InilB Jnit-~!ft_������tt B*������se���������SaiiJI Wnftw  port fjhowed that the horse population  from 3914 to 1923 had* fallen off very g'  heavily, the reduction in 1923 as compared with -1&22 alone amounting to  118,200, with the decrease in the number of colts -and ulJioE!. outstanding.  However, practically alL who addressed the meeting expressed the opinion  that the bottom had been- reached.!  Thoy based their statements on the  enquiries for heavy draught horses to  do work In towns and cities, ,  Speaking for Western Canada, Hon.  Duncan Marshall, John Graham, Car-'  berry, Man., and others pointed out:'  that despite the slirlnkatgc in total  horse -holdings in the Dominion, part  'of the country was still overstocked,.  but that shipments to tho east were  beginning" to show volume. All saw  great possibilities in lhe near future.  Among the optimists was Prof. W. _.���������  Carly.lt", ���������.tuuig-*r of the Prince o(  Wales.' ranch tn Alberta. On the motion of/.". Dyers, Valjeau, Sask.. It was  decided to ask the Federal Livestock  Branch to provide. representatives to  boost the horse industry In Manltobau  y    - _   Minimi-sing It  Father <scauni_g school report),���������I  see you had twenty had marks during  last term.  Son.���������-Well, that* doesn't ani'ount 1 o  , much  at  the  present    rate    of    .exchange. ���������,   ". ���������.���������  "Mrs. lizzie almas  Hebe Is The Beason Wmc  Canada Has So jMany  Heatthy Women!  Toronto. OnL���������^Dr. Flm-cQ*-* Fa.v*>r|to  Prc-jcrhition can bo rolled upon as ������  woman ������ modl^-law. 1 found, ft so vory  beneficial that I do he-) It-to to r<?cpro-  mend Ii to otlacrs who satrer. JL ���������*"]-"  s-iifferod with a so vera norvous brcruk-  tl!ownf caused thru my having Iwrnlailno  and Saskalchewstrj, as had been done) weaUno^s,, IHiud ^oconuo whoever  _ ,,     ,      ...     . ,  ,, ��������� ������vr*r w������v n*r������rv**K could nut *lw .i ana  i  Aucce-sTally  In Alberta, and  Lhe  mo-j������ ".;ifr<.r(Nlj wltl, b������c���������aches and pain?  bx-  tlow wars eulurfiod to include a man for , tetidttiB; down luto nay Imib*. I a*l������u  n������iin-ln nn������.K<vr������ nm.i ������!,'������ -.r-..i!i������%��������� l*3d wwrfl bp-MTln-s-down pains. 1 waa.  on tin ,i-o,    quebec    and   the  *V"aiUime|.     |jU..j,|[CU' ail<3 nnrx out* wreck vli<:������ I  Provinces. | was advlfccd to try Dr. "PlercoV Pav-urlto  l-rocrltrtlon.    It |������ut m������ right on my  Ii-vt und rcmovi-id all t^i������ uroubii*.   luy  Don't envy the other fellow,  probably Is thinking how much  pier ho'd be tl! he were in you  IIuJ Siarves bctame.'airong and I old not ml  tla  iiun-B (_Ua.<.il"U.-���������Mrs. Ltolo  Almas, No. ni^  r place. P Ontario Street,                           J AH druBfrlstfl-.    E-tau1d or tntdetfj.  Cora.idai.IntA    of    m-mied   p^*l������  n. W'U*. 'Dt^^   K^l���������"^ ^^  M       km I" it m..**.    *.������������   I* ������������    *������"������    . 1-^J    Jn<U.l-l4J    h. l" ' ���������'���������      ���������  tho  seashore . are    munnura    of the������ .or send 30c for trial pk_- ol' tablets 1<>'>*������������������  .t������tl(j_ arterce'flLnfa-ors-tory la 13.rlt-scinir-r, ai������t.  ~>\ ,;-'.���������.-(--���������'  itS'^siSSii5^  :Mi  ;:������*jXP>B:*:  ���������gViXC  -g:-S&?  ', '/^:.C^:'/-<'.  s-Ngysaysis-  ... ';..^'W-V..?  'i-i-S--te^?-  ^2ass?a":ff  iff?.,,....  ::<#?:  ;������������������:��������� !*.-  :;,tv.^!.J^V  ���������ffilE ������i^iTON B������������I_-W  OGILVIE'Goods are dependable  "As ye sow so  shall ve reap!"  I  -3M  -I  _*8  B.O  Issued every Irriday at Creston. B.C.  Subscription: #2.50 a. year in advance;  "$3.00^toU-S. points. ���������   s.  ^O. _-���������. HA-JTE5S. Editor and Owner,  HV3_-._y i r"S3aarKS-     "���������Sua  you Jsnow.   S3.\j.  ~ia.mebtii.bl_-  short on  long keeping  CRESTON. B.C-. FKIDAY. MA'S"   2  Follows Creston** Load  No  truer  observation was  ever made-, and we have  pleasure ,   in " informing  growers that we have the  best in  Alfalfa, Alsike  Red Clover and  ^^sgold'Su^-  Thp seed is the best and so  are gut prices.  VA ���������ntfiil*.*''  ___  O.BIIU.  JB   bum  CCOOUU       J.  would s-commend retaining varieties tmder this gronp. Thej*, oan-  not be -regarded as high class, or  'TfcPiefcies over which the trade is in  comprise-" what we  an*. Grimes Golden.,in same quantity* " particularly in the former.  along v/ith souse Golden Bussetts.  which are alao taboo, according-; to  Mi% Mc_Tair who, in discussing his  102 "off varieties? states: '"It-  look :upon " as  autumn ancl _arly~winter.-,  "Opinions  differ on ths i_afe|������ot  _* ___t_ _, ���������__.* si  -yGss  waas -������_*=  Jacks������ r&s  1  No. 1- 4-Incl!  ���������I  at       ��������� *  AT THE MUX.  Canyon City Lumber  ompany. Lid.  The good example set by Ores-  ton in so wholeheartedly accomplishing all the preliminaries .e-s-  -ential to village incorporation is  being copied in other parts, New  Denver, in the Slooan, being the  latest to partially awake to the  benefits that accrue for local eelf-  g������vernment, one of the most vigorous supporters off "incorporation be-  ingrlCditor Grier of the Leaser, who  op���������ii_ the r������_w8pE_p6r uampai^'Ei in  the following characteristic fashion:  "Is it not about time the  people of New Denver seriously  took up the question of "village  incorporation*. At present nonresident owners are not eosttrib=  uting their share towards tlie  schools and streetbnilding, neither are they improving their property. The improvements are  how paying the school taxes, instead cf the land. Take the Gibson holdings for example. He  will neither sell, improve nor  ctean, and his lots are an eyesore  throughout the town. One has  only to compare Kaslo and New  Denver to see the benefit of incorporation. The former is clean  and neat and a pleasure to the  eye; the latter is filthier than a  hobo's camp, with tii* - cans and  garbage of all kinds dumped on  the lake front. The people here  have been waiting for thirty- one  years for some-thing- to happen,  and nothing has happened but  an occasional death, and cows  roosting on the sidewalk. "For  goodness sake, quit pinching  nickels and dancing for a few  minutes and commence to think.*'  general clamor? but nevertheless are  cClnioet al. good, for storing, and  now that* we have them., producing  in the absence ' of better storage  kinds, these might just as well be  kept,"  Under the headir.g of -_>'>���������Off  Varieties'" Mr. McNair enumerates  no less than 102 varieties of undesirables, bnt fortunately for Creston  Valley there aire only three of them  genuine, off * 'y&"_efr-5"?,'_.* -and' .the  quicker they are grafffc_3_-or in some  way eliminated, tltanooner the congestion of marketing will be i*e-  lieved." - . .  _ ''Depreciation in value of the  better varieties wilt ���������* also be  overcome with large, results  when these undesirable varieties  are not thrust on the market.'  "One of the.   greatest problems  deratand the foregoing, reflectsi/the-  viewpnint of the salesman, and does  not attempt  to adopt. such recon.- ~  meradailc-iis as law. *        " '  ';"For instance, some of . the vap-_  ieties listed in the *disoards-rthriv������  exceptionally welt .in certain A dm -  tricts. and their gensr������l -quality ������~  superior to that of the same variety  produced   in other districts.  "When such? is the  case, it is advisable that . the growing  of same  be continued,   but this is only applicable to a very few.**  shown in the o_Scial census of local j confronting -the apple markets of  orchards which was taken a few ] B.O. is that a large- percentage of  years ago-.    Creston has in the not- j our tannage cov-gists of early matnr-  Cei������-1 ing vapi-stie-j which  must iie sold "in  ������?_-?��������������� A.-<--t aa  mi ,������v<o-  ������_������������>S51  A?  Light ,������___# Hemy^f  Wanted Apple  Varieties Named  A Hst   of  varieties   of  pared by  D.  department  desirable   commercial  apples has been   pre  McNair   of  the sales  of     the     Associated  to Order  New Stock of  Harness  Second Hand Stare in  connection  Shoe and Harness Repairing?  Loyaai aranp Lodga, Ho. 2095  lieet������THIHI> THURSDAY of  e&eh    Dioiath    at    Mercantile ^7  Halt.   "Visit!ng brethren covdX-~  ally in vited.  BB.IC OLSON. W.M.  PAOVIKCInL ELECTIONS' ACT  Creston Electoral District  la hereby jriven ll'hat I e.bs.11,  lot   ���������       --  Notice  on Monday, the lfitii day of May, 10*24,  at tlio hour of 10 o'clock In the forenoon, at the- Court House, Nelaon,  hold _ sitting ot ������.he Court of Jto-vlnlon  for tli-ojpiuirpot-o of rcviBicwK _ib4* .lint ot  voters for trie wrnl*! Eleetorftl t>l������Mct,  and off he-trin p-nndi (let-vr-niniog Any  nnd all objeofclonei to the roteutioni of  any nnim������ on th* ba1*1 Hat, or to the  regintrntion m������ n. vnti*r of any apnli-  ������ant for registration, and for the o������h*-r  muppoae* Bsefc forth in thxa ProvEnc3j������1  ElACtlonm Aet.  Dated at Kulmon, B,0.r thlt, 31th day  of April, 3024.  J(, VAHTMlih,  H-"p-i������triiir of Voter*,  Oret-ton Kl������������tx)-F������l il>I*-t.Hnl;.  Growers of B.O., for the guidance  of growers in bringing their orchards np to the most profitable  standard,  Mr. McNair, to simplify the matter, has placed the varieties in  groups as follows:  Wealthy, Mcintosh, Delicious,  Jonathans, Newtons,   Winesaps,  Rome Beauty,  Stay man, Winler -  Banana, Spitzenberg, Wagner.  "This group of varieties," Mr.  McNair says, *'in my opinion,  should eventually constitute the  entire assortment to be shipped  from. B.C, and growers* should immediately begin condensing so as  to reduce the commercial crop io  these kinds as quickly na possible.  This list, of course, is subject to the  addition of any new varieties which  may pro've popular as good sellers  and keepers.9"  .i  Transparent, Duchess, Graven-  stein, Cox Orange, Snow,. Spy-  Baxter, N,W. Greening, Ontario, Talman Sweet, Vanderpool,  Scarlet Pip pin v St. Xin wrench,  Baldwin.  "There are many problems in the  fruit biiair-resf-i," he says, "peculiar  only to B.C., and to meet soitie of  these situations���������ouch as catering  to the export, market and to our  Canadian "j-^air-ieM, X "think these  varieties whati!. aro grouped under  "B" should K������ tolorated. In. thin  list yon will find the "Dnohess,"  !-*n*il Hhi a S������ msie vnriety which the  ���������province" should iMudtoavor to reduce  immediately hy destroying the trees  whla-n are in lato mahiHnK dfn-  trietw,"  ArkuimaHJ Blnok, Ben Davis,  Bh������ekTwi������, Black Ben, Dola-  awjara Red^ Gano, Gotd-en Beuis,  Stark. York Imperinl, Salome.  R<*garelingthen'tK>v<- Mr. M-oNuir  Fob,  Sax._���������Purebred   Collie  Alex. Mirabi-U". Creston.  mf * V.  Fob: ^Sai-K���������Secondhand   baiiy  rlage.    Aiesc. niiraueUi, ^Uresrxun.  pups.  car-  *PPI llljg  Therefore a few of your requirements  will  be  1MOTHY -"��������� ~ .-  Grimm's ALFALFA, No. 1 ���������  Medium Red CLOVER, No. 1  Dwarf Essex RAPE  ��������� ��������� ���������  Giant SUNFLOWER - -r,^  *-��������� '      *Lf" '7S *   ij-j^-.--V>.  Bee our windows for other Seeds, etc.  lb.  - 75c. lb  ��������� 50������; lb.  - 20c. lb.  lb.  -5-  ���������-**  MERCANTIL  V1PANY  LIMITED  THE MONARCH OF THE ROCKIES  FEW eamora enthtialaits ap-  pronch Mount Robson, the  _ monarch of tho .Canadian  Itocitfotf, without resolving to so-  <i4AXwul, luu.nl huXtl _ ilo-oix goc-4  nhotogTM-f-h-' of -this towering peak  for inclusion la their albums when  thoy return home. And to assist  tho camera ��������� enthnslnst In his or  h*r lAtttlftbta endeavor, the Canadian National lift "lwny-j mnnn-co-  msttl hits arranc;^-! that nil tralna  pr-Mtao* tho foot of Mount Bobson  and othittr toworlna _>o������kii along the  main lino of. tna "Canadian National will stop for five mlnnten at  tho foot <rt tluii mottntala.  M^tnife ltol>������������ii t._w5 Mouatt.Eoh  Bon Park is the mecca each year of  thousand- of tourists who have  adopted the slogan * "See Canada  First" and in the fall big game  Ei-wliutf _u.l-uaiu-i.ti. find that tho  territorir nurrotmdlng* Mount Hob-  son is tho nnost hig-gamo territory  to bo found on the American con-  tinont,   There mountain shoe*-- ond  Eonta, grSssely. black nnd cu-mamon  onr and n wide variety of largo  and small game are .plentiful ami  within easy reach of the htintor  who may be outfitted at tho park  hea-nuartters.   '  Tho    national    parks    nro���������    of  -eonrae, Bramo- aanftfcuarlea, hut ffawne  In. tho mtrltory onrrounalni^helr  borders Is lawful prey "for tho  hunter, and'usuall*-. in the vicinity  of a park, gome is plentiful.  ''"'_"ht>te_Ta.ph chot-o M������nnt iloh-  ������on, 18,008 foot in height- as It la  aeon from tho north ,������ldo������ where the  mighty peak Towers 10,000 foot  ���������above tho.Iesvel of th������ valloy. Hncfa  year intrcp3d cllmhcro attomnt to  nciale its hfel_hta, and find thrills  aplenty in the attomnt. Iho  .mailer picture Inset zhwwa Bore  Lake, at tho foot of Mount Bob-on  ���������n"f*..r **ff*���������-"**** fh*y Alwfr-**- Olii*-. nf *fl.i������������-  ada will thin year hold'Ita annual  camp. In tho heart of Canada'a ftn-  a_t niountala sconory. ��������� sh  - ...>-  dD~  MrgiAg-f j-0_,8-[������:a -jthj-  TSae Car Tl&at Tackles  When-a max. needs a car-   i .������_-__ -i_'j;   .. ������_ 1  ju__���������ijf   juup   xks  ___  xvn  iu.rju.a  insdncdvely tm the Ford  Souxixi^ car.      -  Primarily, the. Ford.' touring is a family car and aS'  such has established a splendid  reputation for  service and de~  -pendka^il������ty������  But its usefulness does not end  there!. You "will  find the Ford  touring   doing  *S"^|-_=-}p-i"  No matter where-you  Hve*or drive your car,  the nearest service station Is always a Ford  service station  every job' that cars'Ibsve  ever been used for���������making the quick run to town  oa uigeat^rc^ada���������-Taking  produce to market and  supplies back borne���������  doing everything,  in fact, that a utility car is called  upon.to do.  And it ctoes them  all quickly^ eco-_  noznically and  satisfactorily. A  real car for -work  and. recreation.  ass  F..Q. B.'Ford, Ontario $445.    Taxes extra.  Electric MlarfJng and lighting equlfiinait SS5 extra.  See Any Authorized Ford Dealer  SYNOPSIS GF  LANDACTAMENBMENTS  t a  SUlfJa  M.  ^rsoita...  system on the' territory between "Yahk  and Proctor, succeeding. Mr. Phiilips,  lately, transferred to Merrit. DolF has  had lineman's espen-ienee - .before smd  should maxe & good man on the job.  He will, however, be missed from the  McCreath Ford truck which/ he had  charge of for, almost-four" years.  " JE. C. Hunt, district horticulC-rist,  of .Nelson,.was here'on an official visit  on 'Tuesday, antl "Wednesday, - lie  .warns growers to be prepared for probably mors,damage than, they anticipate due to the drop in temperature  on Wednesday night last. -- Although  the trees are not In blossoms the bloom  was far enough along to take considerable damage if the tempera lure was as  low as at Isdce points.   -  The -"Women's institute had only  fair success a,t,their tea and sale of  home cooking in? the-- Parish 'Hall on  Saturday afternoon, at which the intake was- -ibout-$25. ^ The biggest demand seemed to be for the -nowers-., the  liberal supply which, sold out rapidly. !  Proceedings were brightened tip by  several piano selections by Mrs James,  ���������while the hall was   most   attractively  decorated for the occasion*. *  - - - *    ..  H.-Dowling of Kamloops, superintendent nf the Dominion telephone  system/ was here on an inspection  visit at the first- of the week. Long  distance business out of Creston has  held ita own' during the past, year averaging almost._50C calls * a. month, .the  -majority of which .are for points east-  of here. No. announcement has yet  been made its to' putting in a metallic  system between Proctor and -"able.  ~ The first attempt at -operating a  fully modern,greenhouse on a com������  nacre"-*! rj>**.sis Is being made tht&year  hy Jas.. Cook, who has a space of 20  x 14 feet .under regulation glass roof  ing and'heating. For this year he is  devoting special-attention to tomatoes  and lettuce, and in a smaller way,- cabbage and- cauliflower. He also has  asters, petunias, stocks, etc, in "the  garden flower line.    Every   available  (inch of space is  devoted   to   bringing  . _t.������������������*_ ���������3,i���������f-o o���������id flnivcktM- flnj /���������" ���������������'"*?**-  j ing the few weeks he has been work-  ins* the growth in ail lines shows-that  the greenhouse is doing all that could  be expected.  ���������������������  Many Makes of Gars  attention  will   give   satisfactory  ���������a  1  1  El  1  I  I  no  other ear  oSers  tne  same  measure  if,given  reasonable  service-^ but  of quality, dependability, comfort, and full equipment  "for the initial outlay as does CHEVKOL.ET./  THERE'S A SATISFIED OWNER NEAR YOU  5  UpbA i L ~ WW  i  AtatBtUTTS  CHEVROLET MOTOR CABS AND  , ..        -rBTjQ*Ka  FAIRBANKS-MOBSB XJGHTESfQ  PLANTS & GA_ KHGINSS  _f  Shamrock  EAT MERCHANTS  mxa-v- <n>TT&  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE  An economical dish, easy to serve.  -_  *      . -  rana j-tmziys, jbjk&u>iv ana MmAs^iJ-  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  Government graded, highest-Quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  all varieties.  Choicest BEEF. PORK* MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BURNS' IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  increases egg production and produges better poultry.    Buy the best.  PRE-EMPTIONS  Vacant, unreserved, surveyed  Crown lands may be pre-empted by .  British subjects over 18 years of age,  and by aliens on declaring" Intention  to become British subjects" conditional .upon., residence^, occupation,  and isskprovv-BuLent'*' ������������*������-���������S���������S3o_ltus-s.r  purposes. v *���������'' -.   -    -  Full information concerning re_u-  -atioas resajrdi-s pre-emp^iona . is  given in Bulletin No. 1. ���������I*and Series.  "How to Pre-empt __Lnd," copies of  which c_n be'ehtaine*- free of "charare  by addressing tho Department of  i-ands, Victoria, B.C., or to any Government Asrent.  Records wilt be granted covering  ujily land suitable for o&rlculturaL  purposes, and which is not timber-  land, i.e��������� carryinic over 5,000 board  feet per acre west of the Coast Range  and-8,000 feet per-acre east .of that  Range.  Applications for pre-emptions  are  :u  be addressed  to the Z^and  Commissioner of tho "Land Recording Division, in which the land applied for  is situated, and are made on printed  forma,  copies- of-which  can be  obtained" from the Land Commissioner.  Pro-6mptions muat-he occupied for  five years and itttf-rc-vements made  to value* of $10  per ..acre,   Including  clearing- and cultlvatlrtar at least five  - acres, before a Crown Grant can be  .   received.  For more detailed Information see  the Bulletin "How to Pre-empt  I_and."  PURCHASE  Applications are received for purchase    of    vacant    and    unreserved  -Crown lands, not  being  tlxnberland,  for agricultural purposes;   minimum  price of first-olasa (arn.ble> l&nd 1- Id  per aero, and second- class (sto-sItis)  Jand $8.50 per acre.    Further inf or-.;  matlon regarding purchase or lease;  of Crown lando is given In Bulletin-  No. 10, Ixuid. 8erlG0. ^Purchase and  liease of Crown X_jads."  Mill, factory,. or Industrial sites on  timber land, not exceeding 40 acres,  may be purchased or leased, the con-  " dltlons including- payment oi  'stumpage."-'''''.,-*-'''-- -' 'r "-.������������������',���������".  ' HOMESITE   LEASER  TJhBurveyed areas, not exceeding 20  acres, may be leased as homesltea,  conditional upon a dwell! cur belnu  ereotod In th������" flrift year, title, being"  obtainable aftor residence and im-  provoment condition- euro- fulfllle<d  and land has been surveyed.  LEA--- ���������������������������  . " For ' grasing and lnduotrUal pur-  po-MHi' -weak not - ^������e#**lt--**" m40 -e-w-m  may bo leased by one person or u  company.  GRAZING  Under the ariulng Act the Province Is divided Into graslng district*  and the rang* adm-nistored under n  Oraatng CommtsMlonei*'. Annual  graving penults ore Issued based on  iiumliw. ranirtd, prSority; holing glv-en  to established owners.' Btook-ownen  may form ajuienliAtEokiii for ran tare  mtmagem������nt������- Free, or partially free,  pei-ralts are avallabl* for settlers,  ������-inp������r������ and trmv������li������rs, _p to ten  head. __  Mrs. Phillips, wife of; the former  Dominion telephone lineman, with the  ehildrens left at the end < of. ^.the week  for Meriitt, whet-e'they - will "nsake.  their home in future. The Quist'pluce,  which they occupied, has. been taken  by Mr. Woolverton, the Watkins dealer, who will be moving his family here  from Pentieton at the. end of June.  The Liberals of the Creston constituency had an enthusiastic and. well-  attended crganis-atiGii nseetiiiK at Nei  son on Monday night at which the  riding association was organized with  C. F. Hayes as president; Alex. Lid-  gate, secretary, and S. A. Speers a  member of the executive. , These three  constituted the Creston delegation.  Creston Co-Operative Fruit Exchange, was fully organized at a well  attended meeting of the growers on  Thursday night. Six of the seven directors are from Eriekson, and R. J.  Long was the unanimous choice for  president. Contracts already signed  indicate that the .Exchange will have  control of ajlarge part of the Galley  tonnnge.  The cost of living is coming down  K. A. Comfort of the Creston Dairy  announces the price of milk at 10 centn  a quart commencing yesterday. Manager Comfort well deserves the increasing patronage Creston Dairy  continues to receive as he gives patrons iToity' delivery service and milk  that la well above the usual dairy  standards.  >|Dolf Weir started work   yeflterdaiy  as Hh emun. fbr the Dominion telephone  '.g'7'  NEWS OF KOOTEHAYS  citEai-oN  *7.S0 p.m.  3������3AV  441 paid admission to the|hospital  ball at "Cranbrook  on Easter Monday  evening. ...        *     .  The ladies auxiliary ..to the Kaslo  hospital gathered" in about $200 at  their Easter beneni ball. .  ---rt  ��������� Forty seven couples .'made the trip  from Kin-berley to attend the Easter  Monday dance at Cranbrook.  Eleven new membeia joined the  Presbyterian church at greenwood  last Sunday. At Craubrook the Baptists enrolled six the "same day. ~~  Cranbrook's brass band has again  been reorganized and made its first  public appearance on "Wednesday  night under the leadership of W. A.  Burton.  OPentictpn is investing" $2000 in a  FordLroiid grader. 'By using the motor driven equipment aT.Bavin*- uill be  made of a team of horses and a team-  ster'B wdf-eef*   .  Eighteen degrees of -fro'st at Pentieton on the morning of April -Bid has  probably killed off 50 per cent, of this  year's crop of early apples, apricots,  cherries and peaches.  TENDERSJANTEB  Tenders will be received^ by the undersigned up to Saturday, May 17th,  1024, for the purchase of Bkrtjk 7 of  XtOt 802. Group 1* Map 008 A, Kootenay  District, near OroBton.  The highest oir any tender not necessarily 'accepted** ;':7*-77 ,������������������'.-,'. .";.���������_.     .  G. a HBNDEltSON,  Inspector for Liquidators  Hoihe Bank of Canada,  w . ���������.    -    ,-,.���������..'-:. -..-".-Fernie, B.O.  Victory Bond Coupons  Do not let your Victory Bond Coupons remain  idle a day after they are due. Take then, to  any branch of this Bank to be cashed on the  exact day they, become payable/ You can  deposit your coupons in a Savings Account*  and your interest will ..then earn more is*.-  terest ^compounded twice yearly.  IMPE1UAL   BANK  ^m9m  e. W, i%IJ_Ar?,  OF CANADA  CRESTON BRANCH,  SIRDAR  a 00 ana 10 80 a.m.  Fmt  Pianoforte. -Organ and  "r. '������������������ Singing \Le$$ws'  AR7HUM COLLIS. Creston  VICTORY LOAN  COUPONS  We wiH cash your Victory Loan  Coupons or place them to your credit  Jn our Savings Bank -wliere they will  draw interest at 3% per annum. a,  THE CJ^Atfym BA3SIK  '   ,:OF  '   Capital \*m&&'XJ& $20,0O0^S0O -'   ' '  neaerve Fund $20,000,000  Creston Btand-  C G. -km-u^t. Manager  JP.O.-SmmH'  jam ' jh .   gm*^^ jd���������. , ,     mm     _tt|Btt_, JttttBBb  UM JB* __"__|   mwB m^m m^m        J^SF^^B ^^St^^^^^r ^^9  mBmW.Sw    lwr'%9OSmiWmWKtffr'VBWm WLmmmmW  Mutto &nct LWoMsmo  _SiT_tfj������-Sana  JSatimatos given.  CRESTON  TIMBER SALE X 2665  ' Sjcalcdi'tendcro will ���������bo'" received by  the Mlnlotcrof Lands at Victoria not  later than noon on the 22nd day of  May, 1024, for the purchase of Licence  X2085, to cut 970,000 feet of Larch,  Yellow Pine and Douglas Fir, 0,000  lineal feet of Cedar Folea, and ������0 cord-i  of Fence Posts on an area adjoining  Sub-lot 18, Lot 4502, near Kitchener,  Kootenay Bistricb. - ������������������<  ThreefS) years will be allowed for  4'n-������utiku> ksT ".Iu.".~cr.  Further particulars of tho Chief Forester, Victoria, B.O., cr ;P.letr3ct" For-  estot" Cranbrook, B.C.   ,    ,  Hot Air  and  Hot Water  iu    ������^#  Sheet Metal Work.    A good stock, of Pipe  and Pipe Fittings, on hand.  m ���������,    _m>   mr   -r     ���������������������%���������������>     <yr *m"*m'W W ****     "W     m     ~_ ��������� V - .rfr"**.  1_. w. K Y ^__rviAiN,~^resTon '*!'->*i? i?"*," jj^rA j^rr r^/ ���������'��������� .'���������^���������y !������������������������.; ?*->. ���������"���������--;-���������; ���������' jr.1'.1'.1 '*"r* ���������'���������''��������� '!^-' > t*~~"-,' .- .��������� ��������� 7 ���������*. ^'"''- - - J,'',i?T^ ��������� ���������)- -^"-ifr-fr "���������*'' ^'F'^^W&VSJt&J'^-^ -&ft fZ^V^^^fi^y '���������) ?T*--ft'''.^^?--^H^r.'H-T ':'t- '������ jyffi *;"*-���������'; rK'^'-^3^i^- ���������'^"-'^^'"ri^ ^^?^^ <'^^ f-ty-'*-'-' -i^?j'v ^Jri' vjf.Vf*!^>  THE   REVIEW,   jCRESTOK,   b.   a  I!;7.  Most grocers sellU  ^lim RIBBON TEA  and most people drink  you have it  in  your home ?  S������<  I Jk /Daughter  Of The EaBeh  A Story"oi Romance and Adventure  o������ "Western Pioneer Days  ,"-'.���������'���������  BY':" ������������������.">."":  ALEXANDER D.McLEOD  "(Published' by Special Arrangement  with, the Author)    .  -      -   _A_��������� ���������-      : i   There are Islands on. the prairies.  Such an Island it is that rises but of  the broad expansive sea of level, unbroken, green prairies that form the  south-east section of the country-,  called���������at the time of this narative���������  "The Nor.tli West Territories" of Canada, now Saskatchewan.  The    "Moose   .Mountains"���������a  corn-  gradually blended -with the blue of the  %... ��������� :������--'.������. .-��������� f3      .4-1...f.     -,... ���������  "f, ������ ^..S     T. a...*.*, rl      "&*������<���������  .iu. iZvAM.v axx������U.   (.A*���������*a   VauiSucu   ��������� ctj- isjxia.  j&a.?.  range of vision. The field glasses  that, he trained on the seemingly limitless plain, revealed no'break nor object that would indicate human, habitation. . With a puzzled look he turned his glasses eastward along the  range of hills. : After a close inspection- of the skyline, he detected  against the deeper blue of the'-e'astertt  sky: a "faint; tissue film of smoke that  seemed" to be issuing from, or beyond,  a, "fringe of trees visible along the  ed^e of s& transverse ras'-e of hills  some distance away. With a relieved expression depicted on his countenance he'turned his horse in the direction indicated by this column ot  smoke and proceeded on his journey.  While the^ place from wihch ^this  smoke issued might not prove to, be  the location of the Indian Agency,  which was his objective as the end  j of his first day's t;rip, he inferred that  rny discharge from .the Canadian army,,  with which I had been serving as  scout with the General Middleton  Brigade in -the" Kiel "Rebel] ion. I am  on my way to North Dakota, where  some of my' people live. I was head1  hag .for the Moose Mountain Indian  Agency, where I intended to spend  the night and get additional supplies  to continue .the trip, but it seems I  missed the trail. " If you can direct  me there I shall feel grateful.*'  "There is a . trail leading to the  agency from, any hoh\e. Follow this  trail and it will lead you to the house  about two miles east of here. From  there father will show you the trail  to the agency." With this parting  instruction she turned her horse, and,  waiving him a parting greeting, she  set spurs to her horse's flanks and  galloped off in the direction of the  hills to the south to resume her  search for the horses.  " For a few minutes he stood watching her as she cantered over the rolling ground till she dro*pped out of  sight half, a mile away beyond the  brow of a hill. Her graceful riding,  her skill in handling her horse, as well  as her, ingenuous manner, attracted  both his fancy and admiration. For  some time he stood hesitating and  undecided'as "to -which course to follow. ~~ He was seized with a strong  urge to press his assistance. The  fact that "horse rustlers" were reported to he _ii the vicinity made him  apprehensive; of the dangers that  might be lurking-in the shelter of any  bltiff. ���������'. ) He/knew the desperate character and criminal tendencies of such  outlaws:' and was accordIngly conscious of the1 dangers that threatened  a defenseless'woman, ranging the  country; aibne^ when su,ch bandits are  roaming at large. He felt the urgency of following her to afford her  protectio_.-J.iS'. case of need.      Finally,   ill _"_F Ik' .  __  ���������__ -IS       .A    .  an    ___-** B    ������������������.���������*��������� ���������"       ra.    tra * h sw.,   ���������_  /iUUUl   '-'/-lILiAJL*  /  "If it had not be_n for 1 anlac I Would still foe a sick, dis-  couraged woman, for-nothing else seemed t������ do me  any _rood," says Mrs. Edward Gibbs.  All   the   advertising, in   the   worlds gained  ?-9 lbs., and today am feeling  mon name applied to one. of nature's 1 -*.������ indicated the vicinity of some hit  favored   beauty   spots���������consist   of  an  irregular cluster dT undulating hills of  glacial drift, -which comprise an area  of about six hundred square miles of  territory. Rising to "a height of from  four to six hundred, feet they form a  conspicous elevation that is visible for  many miles along, the lower lying surrounding level prairies. -Within-their  beautiful well-wooded valley, and between their numerous equally well-  wooded hills, lie scores of fresh water  lakes, many of which are teeming  with fish of various kinds. These, ���������  also, are the haunts of myriads of wild  water fowl, and other birds of many  species, that makes them, their habitat  during the breeding season. of the  year. Within these scenes was enacted the drama of human interest  that is related in the following narr^a.--*  tive. .; '    ���������������������������:J7: ���������   '-':'    " / A^Axy    ���������  it was coming to the close of a hot  bright day toward the latter end of  June, in the summer of, 1885, when a  solitary rider, well mounted on a roan  broncho, drew rein and halted his fagged steed on the peak of one of J*he'  highest hills that form tlie south-west  projection of the mountains. From  his elevation the rider commanded a  wide view of the apparently "boundless prairies, which seemed to lose  themselves in a smokey haze as they  and all the sales efforts combined  could not have made 'the great suc--f  cess" for TANLAC that has been  attained, unless this reconstructive  tonic possessed merit of the greatest  degree. Over 40 Million Bottles of  Tanlac have been sold and the demand today as greater than'"ever before. ������-  That TA-NLAC possesses merit  -iand has brought relief to hundreds of  thousands of persons is attested by  the great number of testimonials that  have been received by the company  from peopLe in every state of the  "Union and every" province of Canada.  There are over 100,000, such "statements on file with the company, all  ringing with sincere praise for TANLAC and what it has accomplished.  Here are excerpts from a few of the  100,000 statements on file:  Mrs. Edward Gibbs, Lancaster, Pa.  ���������"For 2t- years. indigestion deprived  me of nearly all the pleasure of liv-  A ������afe, dependable and  effective reyaa������<ly for"  (.���������oiiffh.s. Colds, "Distem-  j per, Inilucnza. Heaves and Worms I  la-mon*- horses a*nl mules. Absolutely I  |V'arn������l*>ss, ;ir>d as safe for colts as It isl  l*������>r stallions, marcs or s&ldlug-s. Give!  "Siwlin's" occasionally as a proven-1  itiv������.      Sold at all drus stores.  SP0H8 HEDKM.::CQ;'G0SHtN;IH.fc;Ui5;A'';  ZIG-ZAG  Cigarette Papers  -^_L__il  _C__U  Large Dout>1������ Book  120 Leaves ^g  Finesl You Can Buy/  ^Jlvkv  AVOID BMITATlONS    ^  HP! _fcl_F!-_*  +Ajizr every meal  A pleasant  and niireealnle  iuvccl and   n  l-a-H-l-I-M-fl"  "benefit   ns  -well.  ('nod for  teeth* nrenfli  aiad dloestloii*  flasfe l>ettcr  man habitation where he might receive accommodation for the night, or  get some information as would direct  him to the agency. It was his purpose, when he left Port '.Qu'Appelle  that morning to a-est his horse for a  day at the Indian Agency, and there,  also, secure additional supplies to,last  him for the balance of his journey to  North Dakota, for which country he  was heading, and where' he had intended to join some of his people who  .. had made their homes there. - \  .-.-. As he approached the bluff, he fol-^  lowed a  dim trail that led for  some  distance along its edge, which finally  brought  him   through -an   opening  in  the  trees.      As  he  emerged  on  the  other side of the bluff, his horse came  to a sudden stop, when he almost collided   with  another;  horse   and   rider  . cantering towards him';-     Quickly recovering himself from the surprise of  this sudden meeting,  he - checked  up  his horse  and faced the new .arrival  with alert composure.      That the surprise  was   mutual  was  evident   from  the attitude of the hew arrival/who  sat  firmly  in  his  saddle,  bridle"-rein  in the left hand-, while the right tightly   gripped   a   Colt's  revolver.       Still  leaving it  slung  in  the  holster   suspended from a belt around the waist,  the stranger, without    speaking,    intently, watched the movements of the  traveller.      He, in turn, appraised the  youthful rider in front of him, ; who,  sitting astride a  spirited mount held  wellin hand, was, as-'he sui-mised, a  youth of about eighteen years of age.  -He  was dressed  in l-iding boots  and  breeches, above which he wore an Indian    tanned    buckskin jacket, frilled  and beaded as such garments usually  are.      On his head a gray slouch hat,  pulled  well over the  face, fairly well  concealed Lhe upper part of a youthful  j and pleasing countenance.  I      The  strained  science  that followed  i this    sudden    meeting,  during which  both   riders   mutually   regarded   each  other,  was, atter    a    few    moments,  broken by a sweet feminine voice that  both    thrilled    and    astonished    the  traA-ellei* as it asked: '.'Excuse me, sir,  but did you notice a bunch of horses  along the  trail  as  you  came  along?  'Horse rustlers'  are reported  "to    be  ranging- the country and father is anxious  to have his horses rounded up  for tho night.     I have ranged the hills  around here, but have foundv.no trace  of thf-m."    As those words were spoken,   tho   right hand that  gripped  the  revolver  was  automatically transfer-  riMl'-from i(H butt io the bridle rein.  Both astonished and embarrassed  a I. i.hi.s unoxpectod mooting on a lone-.  y trail with a young lady 'rider,  dn-.--sod in mal-v attire, lie mumbled  an awkward apology and replied: "Oh,  r bog your pardon, mad am e; there are  nn horj-f-fi to bo snnn an-vwh'-ro on "t.h<*  opun country to lh<* west, nor in liny  oMh-i- rMr-T-tion ho Tcir an J could soo,  ov-'n willi lh<������ a I rf of rny Hold Klassfs,"  Then J i f * ort'or-'d: ".If tho re "h anything  " can do lo timlnt you In I'm* fionrch  j tor ilwim, J fihall be plRfinod to do it,"  "OVi, "hunk you," mho Haiti, "but. I  think I would rullKT not, I Hhall turn  ba������-l< aii'i i-anp-o |������io������������- liillH lo tlio  .south, nnd ir ilu-y uvo not tho re ] sliall  follow ill*- irn 11 ivoxu lii-'i'D Jjomn, and  r'-fior- rny fulhivo to tlnrl thotn tn  *7ih<-r" Tho��������� t'<'lnf������-������f \\r,y l\ni-<"*' 1n  tiit- dii'-iMJiion liidlfiiiii-ii, hIm* turned In  li'-i Hrtddlf- uh ,11' to ^Ivf it pui'tlni;  **r������-f*lm������ to tlm union Im 11 r-tl Iriivclliir,  A>' .-ilic did ho. mIki w-'-uiori lr������ nolfco  ?*>r th-- ftr;il tlmo tlio fa-fpod land tlrod  Ht(jM-a.riiri������r������- of bolh Iioimci and rldor.  H.������h- Hi on Ihi'ihmI hoi' liryiH'i h round Jvnrl  nnirl: "Your horno ho<vihi- tlrod, You  mu-'*" havo (j-fi-v'-U^'d a Inrif.- dlHlanco  lodny,"  "I  nini'i'-fl Irriui  I'V-rr f,Ju'A|i|iollo I lii.n  nmrrilnp*.      My luinio Im Maolliii", Ron-  'ilij   AJiu:i"iio.       t   have-     jUj-,<     r������-������-flv-<-il  assistance and satisfied with her skill  in horsemanship, as well as her independent self-assurance in her know-  Bsdge of the country, "tie decided to  follow the trsfeil leading to the house.  Travelling leisurely along the trail-,  lie, in a short time, came to the shore  of a lake of-;clear water with a well  defined shore line and sandy, beaches.  The land and surrounding hills were  heavily   wooded.       He   turned  to  his  impressed bj- her refusal to accept his   ing.      If it had not been for TANLAC  left and took a well beaten trail that  followed the windings of the lake  shore^ Following this trail a short  distance he'.eame to a comparatively  pretentpus house built of ' peeled  logs, and.'. set; -on a stretch of rising  ground a short distance back from the"  lake'-'"of--which it commanded a clear  view. The ground in front was cleared of all underbrush and fixed up as a  grassy lawn. A few shade tree's of  birches and epoplars stood here and  there on the: lawn in their irregular  positions of original -growth in. the  forest. The inistic lbgi dwelling had  a verandah extending the' full length  of its front. It Tgas built so as to  harmonize with the rusticity of the  hojbse itself, both: of which were evidently built with a view to comfort  and hominess, and much sfeill and  good taste were shown in their construction. These details were taken  in by the rider as he followed the path  leading to the front of the house/*  (To be continued)  I would still be a sick and discouraged  woman, for nothing else seemed to do  me any good."  Mrs. Mary A. Benson, Seattle,  Wash.: "Following -an operation, my  stomach and nerves seemed to give  way and E became almost helpless. As  a last resort I tried TANLAC. I began  to  improve - from  the  very  first,  fine." ���������    '  O. H. "Moore, "Kansas City*., Mo.:  "My stomach seemed to pain me  coh-atantly, food seemed to do me  no good, I would bloat .up with gas,  lost my strength, and could30t sleep  or rest. I -was on the down-grade  all the time1. Tanlac corrected my  troubles and put me in excellent  sliape." , "^  ' * L .  Thoaias Uucas, Peterboro, Ontario: "Well, sir, buying TANLAC  was the best investment I ever made,  for it built up my health and strength  'to where I haven't a complaint in" the  world."  Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Kaake, Detroit, Mich.: "For more than a year  our three children, age 2, _ and 6, had  been so peaked and lifeless that we  were worried about them. Their  stomachs were "upset, appetites poor,  the color had left jtheir cheeks, their  nights were restless and during the  day they would just mope around, taking no" interest in play or anything  els*e. They began to improve with  the first dose of TANLAC, and today  there are no more healthy children in  Detroit."  Tanlac is for sale by all good druggists. Over 40 million bottles sold.  Accept no substitute.  Take Tanlac Vegetable Pills.  Mother! Give Sick Baby  "California Fig Syrup"  Harmless    Laxative    to    Clean    Llver  and Bowels of Baby or Child  Even constipated; bilious, feverish, or sick, colic  Babies ,and   Children love to take  genuine   "California   Fig    Syrup."  No other laxative  regulates the tender   little   bowels  so     nicely.       It,,--,  sweetens    the  '>*������?  stomach   and   starts   the   liver   and  bowels acting without gripinB.     Contains no narcotics or Boothing drugs.  Say '"California" to your druggist and4.tho galleries applaud.  avoid counterfeits!      Insist upon genuine  "California    Fig    Syrup',' v/bich  contains directions.    ,,  ���������'-' ���������'���������- *"' i'  Canadian   Bacon   Shows  Improvement  A cablegram received in Canada  auotes a large firm, of importers or  livestock products In England as say-  Buffalo For Yukon  _ Twenty head of buffalo from'��������� the  Wainwright Park wiii be shipped into  the Yukon for the establishment of a  buffalo park at White Horse. The  buffalo have been purchased by Robert  Lowe, of White Horse.  Clark's Beans With  Pork  Clark's Beans and Pork a-se all cooked, ready to heat and serve.. They  save labour, fuel and worry and ensure p erfectly cooked beans. The  family size contains two pounds net  weight.'  .' '-������������������-������������������  "Let the Clark Kitchens help you."  A  Word  of  Encouragement  The  Faithful   Worker is   Not a   Spec-^  tacular  Person, j-nd  Misses the  "'",".' Applause V  Isn't there a need, not often enough  met, of a word of encouragement now  and then to the person who is trying  to do the right thing? One day a  busy mother, tired with the unending  turns Cor her small children, complained that she never seemed'to get  anything done and that her life was  counting for little. "Why," said a  friend, "if you dqn't do anything but  keep "these children well, clothed and  fed you are doing a big and vVorthy  work." To which the mother re^  plied: "I only wish somebody: said  tha't to me every day." The steady,  faithful worker is not a spectacular  person and his role is not the kind  But he Is the  person who is maintaining the balance  of the world. And he ought to be  noticed now and then, lest he falter  before his act Is played out.;���������The  Kansas City Stai\  ing that Canadian bacon, recently received has been of greatly improved  riuality. This flrin attributes the improvement to tho system of. government grading of hogs. The same  firm also slates that recent consignments of butter from Western Canada  huvo earned commendation from British p-m-eha'-oTf'.  "NUrse Cavell's Dog  Edith Cav ell's devoted dog "Jack*'  has returned to England.  Alas, though,, he. Is dead and stuffed. Nurse Cavell inquired all t&e  time after him when she was in prison. After her murder, the dog was  taken by the Dowager Duchess de  Croy and kept until recently, when he  died.   " "    "���������_        -----     . ^   ^.'aZxZx.  The---; say that'he grieved sadly for  his mistress, as she did for him.  .Well, Jack juay only be a dog, but  England welcomes lir_ dead body with  real pride'and affection.  Tho man who never gives for Tear  of being duped loses every time.  Refreshes Tired Eyes  "CCrltoMM-lnaCo.,Crilcai.o,fofEy������Cii--eB<ao*'  EXCRUCIATING  PAINS, CRAMPS  Entirely Remedied by Lydia  E. Pink-iafri's Vegetable  ."*"'.        -'Compound  EbertSyOht.���������" I started with cramps  and bearing-down pains ait the age o������  eleven years, and I would get so nervous  I could hardly stay in'bed, "and I had  such pains that I would scream, and my  mother would call the doctor to give me  something to take. At eighteen I married, and- have four healthy children,"  but I still have pains in my right side.  I am a farmer _ wife with more work  than I am able to do. I have taken three  bottles of Lydia E. Phikham'a Vegetable Compound and I feel that it is  helping me every day. My sister-in-law,  who has been taking your medicine for  some time and uses your Sanative Wash,  told me about it and.I recommend it'  now, as I have received great relief  from it."���������Mrs. Nelson YJorr, R. R. 1,  Eberts, Ontp  Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is a medicine for ailments common to women. It has been used for  such troubles for nearly fifty years, nnd  thousands of women havo found reli of  as did Mrs. Yott, by talcing this splendid  medidne.  If you are fluffering from irregularity,  gainful times, nervousness, headache,  ackachc or melancholia; you should at  once begin to take Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound. It 3s excellent to  strengthen tho system and help to perform its. functions with ease and rcgu-  | Sanity, c -  jg^^t.Ui^_fy\5_-5iIr..'._ J ^J5  HI       ���������jSj^i        <_3_a_____-_3'      _|^^^^^B^.  4LVW*'~     '  ������-  For those Smokors  who like their tobacco  Cut Fine or who  roll their own  ������4 m t*r*f.M * i������?������������- ���������rt*t, m ir, ,*  m)mmmU^m?^^SS!^ ?iA S?*$"Sa*$^$  - UiXXV- pf *  ;;<M&'S*  gsas^aHs  ^-B#|:������.'  BT  BRIEFLY T0U>  Assists Farmers to  Fur���������i2_se Livestock  n  <"*  . ���������pf-Agic1De\Kir.j'    ,  ftwae-r b&e> been  known &hd used  ���������5,11 over Carmde*.  for. more th&n-25  yee-re. It.b&s* set  and mounted nedl the  standardv For gobds  oF its class,     its L  use   is. increasing-!-,  daily 'becSadse.'OFt  &nd   universal  satisfaction   *  ftire food insures  good  health *  fl   tTN ���������*    -r   "I  _-*-**-_/������������������  i uvyti������(_-i  pare-Food   *���������*  CANADIAN-MADE  _W.GILL.ETT COMPAQ UMITED  TOB.<-MTt>, CAN At)A. - "  .WINNIPEO MOJWHeAly  3*-=  -.- > ������-r~ _crfsotT-"-j"5on "io -the /Fore -  -Charles Edison, son of "Thoihas- A.  _E<" Isonf---hfts- assumed the responsibility of financial director of the thirty-  "Hhree Edison industries and companies. He has for several years been  -hai*-_iag-| "qt/the Edison industries;- o'r  ijvhiclv hisi' fa the r.- is. "pre sid ent. Mr.  Edison, is Ctlilrty-five years old. .-' ' -  f   sj^l;'"' '    -   '        .,"     -j.  : A Severe Attack -  A-7 -xnid-etfiLiiire/"--. Pan-Fa^lfic;,     oa=  j world's fair;: for- Vancouver in. 1927 is  the appeal-made by Mayor Owen."  The Natlorial Assembly at Angora  has passed". :the bill ,calling for the  deposition of the" caliph and the aboli1  tion of the "caliphate. " ���������>  State  laws'-'prohibiting the possession  of  intoxicating liquors   acquired  before'    national - "prohibition   in   the  "United: States;, were .-"sustained by the  -Supreme"Court.,*  .������������������'���������-/.        _^-  The public debt of the United  States has been cut more than $4,-  800;000 ih the four and a half year's  since the great war indebtedness was  -at its peak, August 31, 1919. ������  -The��������� British (Government has turned  down,    the ~~ idea - of- obtaining revenue  through .a tax, oil betting, Fhilip.^Snow-  den,, chancellor of the exchequer, told  th������-.House of Commons..,   -   -.      .-- -^  An advance of $3,000 was made by  the Dqminiop?--_bverjament to Villi jal-:  mur " Stefansson    in connection with  relief of the Crawford party on Wran--  --���������el Island, according to the report of  -the auditor-general for. 1922-23 tabled  S-**     4-1- ���������t    XJ^ni-1 c---.    *-������-l"    _^rt.*vti-������v-i/-'i-t*-  J**U      1.-.-C7    J.4.VUO-0     VSs.V/U'*UIU-ulUi9.  -, Enough gloom prevails in the worlds  ���������without sombre , hearses passing  through the/streets to remind people  of" death; in the " opinion of  the - Associated Undertakers' - of  New .York, who have voted to dis-.  guise their " hearses like ordinary  limousines, ..   , - ,       .:-  Dfezy Spells  earjrig-Down Pains  When pains gather around  "the nips and lodge In the small  of" the back���������when, to stoop or  betid "seems .impossible, when  dizzy spells_ and bearing-down  pains mzp ever present���������that's  - the tirmTto'use Dr. H^rnilton's  Fills. Irregularities disappear,  vital ..energy, is restored, back  trouble is. forgotten. ^  DR. HAMILTON'S  PILLS :  The     ailing     sick     woman     gains,  strength,     improves     in     looks,    in-. .       ,. .       ..        ,  creases in-spirit, by using .Dr. HamiL- Reding purposesin - the case  ton's "Pills. . They correct tire conditions, that' rob her of health and vigor.  No medicine so" helpful as Br. Hamilton*"** Pills. 25c at all- dealers, or The  Catarrhozone Co., "Montreal.-  uui    _������y-  W  Britain Most Heavily  - .    Taxed of Countries  Z,    Uafit to Live-r-Mast Die .  This verdict is rendered a thousand-  times  every week���������no corn can live,.  it must pass out,, drop off, if Putnam's"  -JExtractor is* applied'-. *t'o   -corns    and  Use the old < reliable   "Put-  s|t  "never    fails,  /_5c at all  wi -E_.eart _. rouble  v w  ������*!_?    M.v~b-*_u_k*W' v -**4-i.   A#J  MILBURN'S  Heart and Nerve Fills -"���������  nam s,"  ^dealers.  ;������  Chancellor     of    -Exchequer    Supplies  NFigures   Showing   Taxation   Per  " " Head irt Different Countries  Philip  Snowden,   Chancellor  of  the  Exchequer, has supplied figures show- j  ing taxation per head in the' principal  countries in 1914'and in 1924/      The  figures follow:  " Great   Britain,   1914,   three   pounds,  eleven "shillings;   1924, fifteen pounds,  eleven shillings.      France,.J.914, three  pounds,    seven ' shillings;     1924    six  pounds,    eighteen    shillings.      |Jnited  States, 1914, one pound,    seven    shillings;  1924, six pounds, fourteen shillings.      Germany,   1914,    one   pound,  ten shillings-   1924, four pounds, one  shilling.     Italy, 1914, two pounds, two  shillings;    1924,   eight   pounds, three  shillings.,        Canada,      1914,      three  pounds, eight shillings;     1924, . seven  pounds, ' nineteen  shillings.      Australia, 1914, three pounds, eight shillings:  1924,"eight pounds, one shilling.  iveW' r-oncy, oeing i,arriea  L-fvestock Branch  The Minister of Agriculture for  Canada, Honorable W. l"t. Motherwell,  by the caruyirig but of policies administered -By the "Livestock Branch "of  his department, has, during the past  fiscal year^ either for breeding or  feeding, been able to conserve a large  number of livestock consigned to  stockyards and abattoirs. Unfinished steers to the number of 80.717, 89,-  .024 heifers, 673 sows and 48,000  shee_? were, under the'arrangement  referred to, returned- to the farms" for  of  females and for finishing into good  beef in the case of feeder eattle.. Two  policies are involved**- in. this service,  one; the remission of freight charges,  brought about by ^an. ara-angement between the Livestock Branch and the  railway companies, and the other,  the payment of the reasonable travelling expenses of farmers 'making the  purchases. The- minister's report,  which sup-plies this .information,  makes it clear that the assistance  thus given was available for stock  purchased for breeding or further  feeding by the purchaser and not'-for  speculative purposes.  __?___ _fl_������ ��������� i  WWSJj ������_������  thai __sm-_"t-_T contains in most  compact form, all the" essentials  of  a*-perfect   ever-ready   home  This grand herbal preparation  is beautifully soothing for cuts,  burns, scalds, etc,, or for chafed  and chappecT skins. It removes  all danger of germ-infection,  poisoning or inflammation, and  heals ihe most troublesome wound  or sore with remarkable ease.    -  2ASS-BUK: is "fl Surgery ita a  Two-inch Box/-- useful for both  Accidents and "Skin Disease.  I ; IN SOUPS.    1  i  -^v;  j ... . -.       ;   -v-  | Mr. S. Ef. Barnes, Athens, Ont.,  ^writes:���������^"Pour years'ago ,1 had a very  ���������severe attack, of heart trouble. I  consulted my doctor; ;he- treated .too  "for some time,.but I only seemed to  J>e getting worse. I finally went to  ibur druggist and purchased three  [boxes of Milburn's Heart and*. Nerve  Pills and derived" ..Jm'n-tedlate relief  trom ^heir-. use, and fJ can truthfully  iay they are a wonderlul medicine. 1  always keep a. box on hand,  and if I  Radio Station Opened  The   Largest  Broadcasting   Station ~!n"  Canada Operated.By C.TM.R.  Radio station CKCH  of the  Cana-:  | di'an National Railways, located on the  j roof or Ottawa's,, highest office building,  came "on the air"'' on Feb,  27th  with a varied^programme -to the enter^"  tainment and delight of thousands of  radio" enthusiasts throughput Canada.  This, the largest and  most powerful-  radio station operating in the Dominion,, was opened by Sir "Henry Thorn-'  tori\  K.B.*E.,   chairman  and   president  of   the   Canadian "National   Railways,  who spoke" to employees and the general public-oJ".Canada and the States.  At the same time CKCH was "tied in"  with     CHCY  * at    Montreal  and  the  speech and-programme were broadcast-.  RHEUMATIC PEOPLE  CAN FIND RELIEF  WossseiB Can Dye A&y  Garment,  Drapery  Dye   or   T5nt    Worn,    Faded    Things  New for 15 Cents  ^arnonctDyes.  ���������~5_- S. __i or 9 __-$  gravies- savoury dishes, and in  huudreds* of ~di������e;en. ways Oxo  bee������ -cubes -sviU xaake food, more  tasty and nutritious.  feci out of sjorts I take a, few pills and ���������     -, -=r ,-n. s.       ���������  ������    .    .....:        . *,, -    -'-   \ - ,       Trom both cities simultaneously.  feel all-right again.?.,    ,.-',;'.",  <���������   MJlburn's. Heart aid Nerv'JB pills >re  f>0c a box at all   dealers,   or   mailed  direct   on   receipt of price by The T,  JMllburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont.    i  Helping the Hcbfideana  D,eflnitQ arr'ansements for firiancltig  the movement of Hebrides fishermen  tjb settlements on the British Colnnn-;  lila. coast were closed;-hy iHon. T. ,D.  ^ttull-i^n^^ialcrj'qC' iatds.^ v"-.The 3Vp-  y|nciaVi;:gpiy''e.rnmen^ ."will ac^Vmic^ ^'���������.'���������P-  grcss 'io.a'nkl'n'ii]to'-t? 3,0.6' pe^flfaniilyi^to  "flcbrldeai" _'settlea's on condltlpn that  the Britisii'^'tiovoxn'ment ���������'���������'���������A*l'van'ce"'.''/a  etmilar aoxniint. l Sottlers would,,,bo  'g|v-en hb'mesll:e,s''Oh';the:' coast and 1s-  la'nds, w,M������re they cith engage JnTQi'sh--  3j% aind .farming-?".;..;,Ai*.t ',>-: -.7 '���������'.'. Aifcj,"  When a mother detects "from #he  ,wrlthings and,fretting of a child, that'  worms are troubling it, she can^'pro-*  cure a. reliable remedy in Miller's"  Worm Powders "which will expel' all-  worms' from the systcih. They may  cause vomiting, but this need cause no  anxiety, because it Is but a manifest a-  i tion of their thorough work. No-  worms can long exist where these  Powders/aire used.    ,   -;;      '.:'. ,^''7-  By Enriching Their Blood With Dr.  Williams" Pink Pills  Rheumatism attacks people, when  the blood is clogged with impurities  thus setting up an inflammation of the  muscles "and 'joints:'��������� Cold or "wet  leather may start "the- tortures of  rheumatism, but it is -not the cause, as"  was once supposed. ., The^- cause, is  thin "or impure -blood. Rubbing with  liniments or, applying hot applications  may- give relief, but that is ajil; the  pains are soon'back again. You must  treat the trouble through the blood to  get rid of it.- The value- of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills in caTsjes ofi this kind  is proved by the following statement.  Miss Margaret M. Cullen, writing on  behalf of her grandmother, Mrs. .'A.  McEwen, Ormstown, Que., says: ���������  ."My grandmother; now 85 years of.  age, was, some years ago, a great sut-  "Terer from rheumatism. She tried  many remedies, but found none -that'  didlier any good until she begari* using  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. These she  used  for.some months    until    every,., ,  of    rheumatism     disappeared. I they cannot  Don't wonder whether you can dye  or tint successfully, because perfect  home dyeing is guaranteed with "Diamond Dyes'- even if you have never  dyed before. Druggists have all colors.  Directions in each package.  '���������  Boundary Line Extends North  By thes. end of this 3"ear the boundary line between. Britisii Columbia and  Alberta    will    have been established  L  from the 49th parallel to a point 100  ,1 miles north of the Peace River, Hon. L,  Find  Ancient Roman  Temple  Workmen engaged in clearing the  ground around the ancient Roman  gymnasium at Orange, Prance, have  brought to light the ruins of a .temple  of greater  dimensions than those of  4-Trmf^t.     F_-_*v- *y-iicf    "R/IVi ���������������_-- 4-_>-i     4r~**_T-tt������o_     **���������-���������������     "p^_'^_-*"���������" SSC!  -_xO     *-e-ljJUvu-^3     xr_.ca-.-0vrix     wet*, -co    c-c    inui--:-,  the temple Augustus and Livia"' at  Vienna.. The chief architect of the  State - Archaeological Department, re-  j gards the" "find as of great importance  and is pushing the work of excavation.  /���������  According to an American estimate  there are eight., hundred and thirty-  seyeji causes of war. The Balkans  seem to have tried them^ali..  :l mp.eifec.t:Dii_eL0i5r_���������.l!!i:-.-"  yZA: letaC B i\ di".. _;rt ',:7.:- 'T^  '"���������4.  ���������;;.\'.:  .^'.'/^rle^'^Must.^tJ' |--.hjs,^ .������onight,^  whicli.-:*has::probat^y:. heeni- ������������������T^a-^.'and  recited more times than any totiter'''  modern poem, was' written in 1867  by Miss; Rose I-Iartwlck, ofTLitchfield.  Conti'. ft, is' said that the author of  the pbein*spent only two Hours in its  composilloh.;���������;.- ...i,.;.:.; .. ..v'-  .,  IVSost  In. these days of seden-    Kreat   majority'ot home* as a  tary habits - it - becomes  necessary for ncjarly al^the  members of the family to  use some treatment to  arouse the sluggish liver and  ensure ' regularity ol ' the  action of th6 fopwels.  Becaimo Dr. Chaso'������;Kiclhfcy-  Liver PUlscanbG doDondod upon  to produce the desired results  un-lor all condition?! thpy aro  the'moat popular of family rc"---  lators  and   arc  found !in' the  aafeguard aa-amst the scorqp of  ttilmcnta which have their bc_hi-  niiisj in constipation, blUousncss  and a deriin-:cd,di_cativo system.  Y$r*fflhnotl*B S:thkt 'wlrrie-1 *  the price of Dr. Cha_o'B Kidney-  Liver Pi 1.1a has l^.oen increased to  88 cents, the:box nbw contains  35 pills inatead qtZfytkiformerly.  Likowiao Dr. Chase's Nerve  Food la "jO^centa a box of 60  pill a. instead of 60 cents a box  of 50 pills. Edmnnaon, Botes  & Co. Ltd;, Toronto.  g-|-| |i '||||*j_"'  25;  ir ,Un_/l-!jl-uuk  '_P1Ij|1|iqI  iilui" kiii-ii .i.' n-fnc-3  ONE CENT A DOSE  r_������������.-������aa_ga"amroiifMiir^  NEW BOX  T. D. Pattullo, minister of lands, an  nbunced recently.  fc-  Asthma Victims." ' The man or woman subject to asthma is. indeed a  victim. What can be' more terrifying than to suddenly be seized ^srith  paroxysms of choking which seem to  fairly threaten the existence -of life  itself. From such" a condition Dr. J.  D,~ Kellogg's Asthma Remedy has  brought many to completely restored  health and happiness. It is known  and prized in every [ section rof this  broad land. . -  trace  National Parks  "National parks are not mere pleasure    resorts.       They    pay    national'  dividends-   of    such    magnitude t that  he overlooked, but the hu-  Slnce then she has taken the pills at  man"dividends they pay in the form  Intervals, and they have kept   her   in   of renewed and Increased health, efii-  ^f^MpfesfQi*  MONEY OitDERS.  Payment for"articles advertised in Uiis  cotutmi should be made with Donimioit  Express iConey" -Orders���������a" safe^ way oE  sending* money by ma.il.  AGENTS WAITED  TO  QOLLECT  SCHAP  IRON AND  SHIP TO  T. J. POWELL,  415 Mclntyre Blk.,  Winnipeg  the best of health.     It is marvellous  how well and active my grandmother  Is.      She cooked the   dinner   for   the-  threshers last fall, and she gives the  credit foi-"'her good health to DrV-.W-I--'  flian-if3" :'-Pink7Pnis.;' i" '.Qhef'jis;;' anxious''  -tliat hei? experience with this':splendid  ;nieaiclne be given; for thev beneflt of  ���������'ibthers/V',:-:''��������� ���������<;:;'-i'i--T ��������� "���������'%'"* ;"7r',;-::'^   ���������"������������������ ���������  J If .yoti'a.re.-suffering from any trouble  due to poor" or watery blood -Dr' Williams" PlnlcPilIs will help you.7 Sold  by medicine dealers everywhere, or  sent by mail at 50 cents a box by  writlhg The Dr. Williams'- -Medicine'  ���������Co., Brockvllle, Ont., ;.;���������;  Best Fish Season.  A greatly increased demand for unfroze u fish from Lake Maiiitoba Is reported for this season ,by Canadian  National Express.:officials. Since tho  opening of the season, Dec. J; shipments to -M^intvcal, Boston and* JSew  York hayo, surpassed ,the.:.r.ec^rcls of  .previous years and t1i.e^"upjj>l^i'tff''IVoah  flsh from Lake Manitoba for' tlies'd  pol-ht.B doef- not at" present''meet the  demand, "���������. ',.,7'1'"        "'  ,,".,-.,."'���������  ciency and power, physical, , mental  and even moral, are of much greater  moment. -;. Recreation amid scenes of  incomparable grandeur will do more  to revive a lagging pulse and a sick  ��������� mind..: than any physician's, prescription���������and the first to admit that is the  .doctor  himself.���������Vancouver  Province'  7 Internally and Externally it is Good.  The crowning property of Dr. Thomas'  "���������Eclectric.Oil is that it can be d&edin-  ���������ternally for many complaints as, well  .as externally. For sore throat, croup,  '���������/whooping cough, pains In the chest,  '' colic and many kindred ailments Jthas  -qualities that are- unsurpassed. A  bottle of it costs little and there is no  ���������floss- In always having It at hand.  I Constipatioi.  i Banished  49 A drusgiat say_^v "^or newrlv >  _������ thir*y yeae^Ihavereconiraended <  % the Extract of Roots, known aa  M Mother Seigel's Curative Syrap.for  ���������A --rearing and permanently reliev-  JB ing constip-tioh and; indigestion- K  ^ It is an old" reliable remedy that t SS  never fails to do the work.1" 30 w  drops' thrice daily- Get iK"e X  Genuine.     At your druggist      3S  ts&oeoos&imGGGOGoiL^eemG������  ���������Go6���������'s Regulating Compound,  '!(��������������� wfe, Reliable, riRulntlnR  Oip-l-Clrl*.(,o������>.���������������^���������rf^,"  StM \n  i.liiTrft'dcftrrV.M 'itfriifirrNv*;!;' tl','  I ^o'.'j^.iii^N.iv'>.-"���������'���������'������;,-"S."U. hrii'i;  Ji \>i-������iiti, o������ Kfil |-.iri'4>d on" I r(ri|.j  v|.f,.inr     ri-<,f*mjWr.i.7"'"-'.'  ^^T^'.������,n.\-i4ltmM.lwJ!",5������WJiiAi,������>  , ���������1l, 1-1 ,..,.l.n   ,r���������i l-.il.i.l  VI. lu-,i-r->ll.  A Power of ltd Own.-���������Dr. Thomas*  Ecleotrlc Oil has a subtle power of Its  own. All who havo usotl it know this  and keep it by them as the most valuable' liniment available. Its uses, aro  iriuiim't-rablo hticl for in any years it  hn������ |-<-c*n prlzod as tho lr-ndln-*-' liniment- for man and boast.  A baromelter In common uso in  Bomo parts of Europe consists or a pail  of water ami u frog and a little step-  lncl(l������?'r :ln It. When the frog comos  out: of the wnrer mul fllis on the Bt-c-pfl  It ts anld Infallibly'to Indicate rain.  *Wlnard'B Lialment Relieve* Cold������  R.C.M.P. for Emptrc Exhibition  The Royal Canadian Mounted Police  >;wfll be represented at the .British Era-  :'plre.; exhibit ion at W-jmbley Park.  London, England, tills* year. From  (tlie Lethbridgo unit inspector Hill and  -<bou���������vablti PelleHer -will attoutU  Mlnard's Liniment for Coma  A    ,        Succe-soful  Fiir Auction   *  f What  Ita  considered  to  have* been  !,ta'dnacla'B moat successful fur auction  jbalo Blnco these sales were laaugur-  ',i'iitedr ir<.'.-iiii"ll"kg ,3ii Ihti elia2������|3*ln��������� tiinuda  "bf soino |"|.,50'O,O0O worth of furs, was  'held In Montreal recently. More  !ihan "iOO buyera wore present, n rec-  -prd number, from tlie United Stat--*sr  Europe fttid from Siberia ��������� and Manchuria.  ���������Ml  NtV)  rRCNCH   REMIDV.  THERAPION No. 1  THERAPBOIV Wo.2  THERAfIQNNo.3  Ma. 1 tar BladdarCatarrn. Ho, 3 for Bic������<l7_  SklnDluasM. Ho.-irorChr<ia<oW*iiknbi->e������.  koi.ouy ur.������r>i������������r,CHru������ttr^.rmc������(tN *M,i.*N:i,n������.  -DK.t.BCl.rifCMaJ.C^.ll_wei.;&ti.J-'J,N,AV.3,1.u.,4^...  o������ H������iu SI pkou n. FitoHr Sr. K������sr.Tomo������io,  ������;-  am.  t>r. r*u������. Kikcbt vvrt>T,   m������n-i kk.v.  Minard _ Liniment fop SpraEn-i  \V.    N.    V.    1515  iimrtiiiw-wi^^^ 15S������5K_i5liwTSi-B^iffi|/K '*������������������>������������������>' i��������� ***���������w**w*rw*-i^*'kini_i iim-i' ��������� ��������� "���������<*.-���������'������������������"���������'.- ��������� w-wwm-'1���������������1'fc-iwiwiim^i.j*f_*'i-*N*y*-!!?''?_'iBf'*S*g*W"ii'P****tf ft _  ���������TM-5 ���������B_gSTg>M  Foja Sai^B���������Parson's Beautv strawberry plant**. 87 per 1000. H. P. Rob-  son, Wynndel.  __������������fii  "IB  I11R  -_*-~-a- *-_?__ I as  Commencing   May ;ist,   and  until   further notice, prices  will be as follows:  MILK. JO quarts... $LOO  "     20 pints. :   LOO  CREAM, half-pint, ISc.  ** pint  30c.  A superior sanitary service.    Milk  ^    and Cream of highest quality-  CRESI ON DAIRY  it A. COMFORT, I-rop.  SATURDAY*  MONO A V SPECIAL  Local and Personal  Forc"ai_s���������Sees and  Percy BoSfey, Creston.  or make.  bee supplies.  7 Kieist. Creston.  Mrs. J.-42V. Hamilton is a visitor  with friends at Proctor this week.  Fob Sa_k���������Tomato seedlings, or  w���������I trade for yon-j-* pig-^iSicbardscrS.,  Bs-ickaon.  fee-ds  mslBrh-  Paul Of_er,  . Cows Fob- Salb���������Two  cows Sop sale. Apply  Wynndel.  FgaSiti-S���������Double angle Samp, in  gooZt order, $6. Can be seen at Re-  vie-? Office.  Mrs. A. Spencer was an _3ast*-"r-  week visitor with Nelson friends, returning on Friday.  Fob Sai_s���������Parson's Beauty strawberry plants, 85- per 1000 plants. -J".  W. vanes**. Creston.  Wacok Foes- 8az_s���������Steel skein  Ad nans nragon. in -a*f*t-ci-gg ahase.  S. A. Speers, Creston'  T. H. Flettj C.P.R. superintendent  at Cranbtook* was here on an official  vEsit fss Saturday. ' Carload irt.it shipments out of Creston- since the first of  tS-eyesr we at least double thpship-  pS_s* &t the same period in 1323,  V _ VIUWU   _,   _U-  MB-Batia-ig  are itshed to be out in full force at the  -fay naeetin^-- next Friday afternoon.  At Uue meeting--a final vote will, be  taken as to the disposal nf the funds  now en Hand in the ball bttiidins* fustd.  Cs������tfton has. been favored.with regu  latioh May weather since Sunday, but  the- long^ant^d -rain has not "yet put  in. appearance.   < However,   tine  no*--*  JtUMtl  in dS*e *"G M������*������~-"i^������* __������i   frl-_  fcu������un>*  i-.  hoped for in the line of moisture supply.  - "      --���������-  Mrs. Jgphn Ktyekrnan and children*  are returning- to the ranch at Creston  from Marysville, where they have been  residing for a couple of months. John  trill work at JSlnsberley- asd as sison^m  ss uOuie a*s -s^ra-iisoie ���������_??_- Isyekiiifsn  wiii ������kkisi j-Jiu bins.  R. E. -Seattle, ode  of   Vancouver's  board of harbor eonsassssSoner's was a  _���������_-_.  w������, Sen) un khk  >wa UH atHkliiia;  states that- the coast jtSbe-ratls-are look  ing: for the return of fcheOlfver govern*-*  snesit at ������3_e *cGupi"ug*r.������l������etlG*s by s-  t&e election f^us*- y_s_s agjo.  mu   nna vuwuucu iu  With the busy season started comes the demand for  the "makings" of quick  meals. From our well-  assorted stock of foods of  this sort we are this week  featuring���������  Pilchards  S tins lor. SOc.  Beattie-Oatway,   Ltd.,  supply   off  beeswax   at  Fob Saz_e>���������-Barrel spray pump,  practically new, cost 945, good for  1000 trees, $39.   G-. Davie, Canyon.  Kra C. B. Garland is spending the  week with friends in Fernie.' and Is  the guest of Mrs. G. Davidson Mead.  Tomato Sauce  2 tins for 45c.  The careful housewife finds  a few. tins of these goods  always handy, and at. the  prices listed this is an  opportune time to replenish the supply.     ,.  -Victor Mawson,-Sherman C&nuady  and Ed Gardner were Nelson visi&os-  fi emsple of dsys at the first of the  week'  : TKP,~_,v.  announce^.  ���������?qj-  m> _^BSDI.ai.������4be    1������  the Parish Hall at 3 p.m.. Friday,  May 9th. The feature will be a detn-  onstratioti,ott ~ makin-j- baskets from  pine ne dies," to he jgiven by Mrs. Kidman o? Crawford Bay.  M.n-r.-ii..���������^*t ������r  Boas Fob MMsasmao���������Barred Rocks,  heavy layinir strain,  $1  for   15  eggs. [    The May meeting of Creston Valley  Mrs.'J, Wo Dow; Orsjst-on/  Mrs. Jessie Lewis, teacher of piano,  forte. Royal Academy of Music, London s, Lamont'Bldg., jlreston.  Mrs. Grimniett of Nelson was a visitor here for a few days last week the  guest of the Misses Comfort.  Wanibbto Exchange:���������Mare for  spied cow, Jersey or part Jersey preferred.   Jas. Attwood. Creston.  -J.G. M. Argue was a weekend-visitor  at'Cra-tfibrook, motoring- tip on Sunday  iq company with B. B. Beattie.  have a fresh  75   cents per  *-*-_>���������������    v-_r_k*������t-������4  l*-*   +- |~J>U_l������-i������  ������-.*.-:-_.  9J-_.M .  gjt        western inspector for the Imperial  Bank, was. here on an official visit on  Friday, and was quite impressed with  the better tone io business in Creston  as  compar-s-1   -with   so***-*?  Okanagan  points-where tbe bank has branches.  _ ������  The Liberals.of Creston district will  meet 5n Speertt' Hall on Friday'night  May 8th, for the purpose of choosing  delegates to attend the Creston constituency nominating convention at  Ke-lson on the 12th. The meeting is at  8 o'clock and all Liberals are invited  to attend.  meet  Moniy Hay,, limit. ai_d Fead  '   ���������        -. '.-       ~    4' *^*-^**S**^-5-_S-^--^_-5������g-g-g.  TI8IOTHY SEED; pm IhS^���������-~  *f   .      '-'-**     ' IO lbs. or oosr.  AUPJklJPJk SEEF*. th ^_.  .TURKESTAN* lbLL-.~z   Medium RED CLOVER, lb���������  I can svpply gpod Grain Bation for the Cow at $1.65 per 100 lbs.  The best Little Pig Fs���������_���������Gix>u���������d Suueas OatB, __c per lb.  Briri_; your bags'and set &cod CHOP���������.good! soiand  f(rain. not mixed screeniraea, eta,  .*  ,-n-_, /m  HJ-i -  _TUH  -miJS^i  H9-  Telephone Subscribers, Attention!  The __������-������_5������ furnished ������& ike Creston Ps&sr, -Ught &.  Telephone Company, Ltd.. is for the es&Imsiue ass of the __���������_.-  scriber and kte or her employees, or his, srhet family, upon  his or her heeshssss, 'akdthe subscriber shall not extend the use  of this telephone to anjy other person, nor shall it he used hgt  the subscriber to transmit messages far any ether person.  Creston Power, Light & Telephone Co., Ltd.  m  be���������a  Creston Conservatives are to  _a- vFednvsday sight to seleet their  delegates to the riding nominating  convention which will be held in Nel  son on May 15th. Nelson Conservatives will 'nominate the sassse date,  and Hon W* J., Bowser will address a  n*ias8 meeting ia^that^ city that eve-  ning,'  ,.     ^    fW.        _  Sundav t    ~" "GrG"������������ *be American customs  forSpoka-e, whereshehaa accepted\ *���������*���������^FotImSUw***  v?^tr=r  -���������  --i^^s-sidence" of S. A Speers is  now lighted by electricity, a DeSco  plant having been Installed during the  week:.   ���������  *ui.m  Ull;^. i^_������i-_^^  position "and  some time.'  j-zpects  to VetnaiEi   for  sate?  Sonlse  HiSUiritRS  Lmir  Mists  illBSIOfl  -SSKSfjf  The place to Bayymsr  ssmsts af life  Sornei!__i_# New  a -an   -a    .   *~f��������� .    m  X_i_.fi   qUBa������   A aBJU'.lu**  We dc Eiot s������H  the Cheapest,  but  the Best.  Moir and  tT^rnm. 1       JL  "w_ ������ ������ytf'al������fKd"iB-jiS "AiTWiij-  :  Mr. and Mrs. Fred Byckman of  Cranbrook. were weekend visitors wfth  hie mother. Mrs,_W. 8������ Bycknian, -re-  turnivg on Monday.  Fob S-XB���������Parson*a Beatity, Ma-  goon. Senator JDuniap, and VanSan  strawberry plants, 9a per 1000. Hon-  rad Wigen, Wynndel.  Fob Sai_e���������Thorough  good   mare,  eight about 1500 lbs., splendid worker.    For full   particulars   apply  Jess  Filpier, Canyon CBty.  Mr, and Mrs. Ben McCreight and  family, who hitve been at Nelson for  the past few months' are spending  some time  at  their  ranch at  Weat  Creston.  There is a decided (shortage of local  potatoes and growers wb'6' stored last  season's surplus are haying no trouble  whatever in selling them at $40 a ton  and higher.  Lost-���������On' Thursday,; April 24th, between the drugstore and Norrls Bak  ery, wrist watch without strap.    Reward to party leaving same  at  the  Review Office.  Mrs. Kirsch was a viBlior to Cranbrook at the end of the "week, taking  her daughter, Lucy, to the hospital in  that town, where she is undergoing  -"pedal treatment.  Of tbe 070 made by' the   Methodist  "Ladies* Aid at their Easter bazaar on  April 19th, 915 was gathered 3n by the  Sunshine Club glrlo,   who  speoialla-ed"  largely in a candy sale.  School re opened on Monday morning after the Easter week vacation.  Measles still claim a few of the scholar* and it will be another weak before  th������ attendance xrjll. b^hae& t_ ���������Oi-aauL  A ���������couple- of lady offteera of the Salvation Army were here from Cranbrook on Wednesday taking np ihe  usual self-denial week collection and  gathered In in   the  neighborhood  of  *ao.  ������is _io-d_y. ^os&hill is having a eoni-  aiunity'picnicon May 18thf/ and his  _sission here waa to arrange for a visit  from the Creston basebatt team for a  match with Portbili that- day, and to  assure, that all Valley citizens will" be  made welcome vat th? gathering-.  *s * ���������  - The quite _eves_ftests -on Tuesday  and Wednesday r mornings of last  week have done considerable damage  to the apricots .that were out fn blossom. Fortunately . it was only on the  higher lands that the trees were in the  blossom stage so tbe hiss will not be  ncavy. In thfe Okanagan a heavy  frost on the. 2%rd. wiped out half the  prospective crop of cherriet*, apricots  and peaches, as well as some, of the  early apples.  Dii*fiiQr  FllVilfTI  D0$T I*At)lt@  ruin tjii-iuii i  Don't fail to. see our nreyi- line of picture  Post Cards taken: from^ the; splendid  cdilectioh. of ne^taVes owiVed, %  Mr. JSi B. Tume-r^the well-known  local photographer. Be a booster  for Creston -Valley by sending them  to your friends.  PRICE 10c., or 3 for 25c.  %  EATTI  -u-  Druggists & Stationers  - n-'l-  ' ^ -    "  ^-  iiasizing Spins Hals anu Shoes  ' J  _a  BE-  m%  ���������Flve-roon-i house with cellar*) atitw-so  ed-Sw porch on two eideai, ajplandld 'lo-  treea, athrutbo,  ate*   Apply  Mrt< ��������� Jmt*  Stocks,, Cr**ton.  %i.w m*'tm*c4m I*y o*, who has bean at  the B.O, t7niv*f������lty, Vaneottver, tha  past term, and wed home  on  Monday  tov   thin  wumi'inifrr  vwunMiimtin,  ������mil I* pm.  eompanled by htrr friend, Mltw Grlgff  of TAzmmi,, Wmb,  Every section of the store is brim over with the new Spring Merel andise of  the most desirable kinds���������dependable in quality and medorate in pride, Durjing  the lost few days quantities of new goods have been opened tip and placed in the  various departments revealing values that have hitherto never been equalled-  . in  0  Tan  at $7,75  Man's Tan Mm  ������������������_��������� at S8 75  These remarkable vnluee are made possible by a sj^cioljpn^  vantageous terins.    Complete range orsiieii and widths.  MEN'S HATS-r-They are the season's newest styled &n& shades  with the prices running all the way from fjSSLjSflf'to"$8.50  Off 6ooi  ���������o Biii>8H lim  flMMMa*. MIMnHnS 'iSSMiMM MMMMMh,   mSSMKl '  ^B^235B!^___i__ ^^_?_mmISSw3wS   __y_nMnMiS_Sa    ^^^^SJ_>&Z^___2j  -^S���������aflW*������������������.. "*  ���������HTjj^^^H-^HL_ggt    .' n^g__ .- . it^^^JH<^^__________,  WL, RH BrBa BwB8 QnQ  BBQIUIVflKS  www-*  ���������r  wmmmm^  mmmmmmwmM  _____3*������jw*g������^^  fi^t^^^^t^^^^^i^^^^fwv^^Xt^^*


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