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Creston Review May 16, 1924

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 i  i ng of Creston   Valley   Wiomens% Iri-   ^^In������itt1^rlin^iii^_u^  matcing baskets from pine heedle-������,_bnt  ���������.������~Jtfi: linnhl* -������r������     r������r������t������io.  rrtiiWi-_t>: '.iu?*���������!B!  C'ir.T-tr*  presioent. jars, n, Lyne. wno on snon  -BOticcLeave an interest!nsr'' talk  mivttie  work of the deft-questr gtrla home nt  - ������������������-;K-������'--s&"ft.i^^  Vancouver, which she inspected whilst  '���������'���������:i;.-V,'7_,\_^^ :v-^  j*4|J;:t7#::M^^  I - *..VH '���������."-'.- ���������..-:"'  .** v V;yi.' - ' .-'-r"-"1-','   '".* '"i ,-^f--jV v -'-'��������� "H-  r:'_'---    J'������r 'J^r-'.y^J"*--* -^tV% 'i-v,-[,*-.',-4,"-',-t."--^-'s-i4'-'--i*: ���������.-*'.''        " "^ '^---".'-'''���������-������������������--"^j^. V.-^."?.-**  money for thd building of a common  shovel will then be t-hif ted ��������� to Einert  torg^ththe Vock to ri^ rap- to complete  the fill,': and' this- feature will tstke^at  |lf|pj:^^ :-;:*-'"*^-;  pVit in a new pipe line from-the reser'  y&rc to the.co^ch tank and water tank.  ���������3 Mr. and Mrs. Taylor pai?*ed .through  here on Saturday for CranbKwjk after  X^XX~^-\^X^X^^'.v.X.^'^Xr^:  wn   of  ���������"Si-B^i':"  :*w _���������**.-���������������_ jt.  Crattbi ook was here Sunday aftd-Mon-  a_-y^superimw-nding wota at Koote__>y  Landing slip, with   the   McCabe  aa"-]  employedat  l���������iSKC>:  X3&&^f&Si&Ssi iX:iiS$  W&M&A.,-.,..-,.:���������,���������,  rs.;:J������r>es^andvMire^_Je'H  *������-iN^*isitfo"r^  7  "S^tf-;?f I'aiaifl __a^^  ^._��������� .^^^ta^  ���������'?"l_a$io^^  "���������*^-"-'-S^^^^  it.orr::;.vi*'a������--;:.:t  ;���������-������-������*.���������?���������'  eai*^  _.  $fj"Ei&!a^^  IgujiSSe^  {i-.h������?fc^^  ^l||^ecfii^^  the B.C. University last moritii.   Earl -A*  ���������������1<&_!K^^^ *^  orial of $110 for examination standing:  -inT t.5-0 second year subjects.   Mr; and  -,������������������'(.>-.���������'���������".^-"���������;.-.:*1"'.'- ���������-������������������ -.)_ ,-->.'������������������ '-.--���������.���������(,."l^v^-:^y-:^-V'-*:''=.--';-i'"A",-^���������r''--."'--���������"-gwS,~.iV.���������>-y-*--\',:^'r_" .."--**v;'^-..  Mrs. Barney are now residents of Van-  ������^7^;M:777  -���������.>.-^>--i...-:,;  rar-Kements were   made "for   the    fche weekend helping with the placing  "-ha-ralinigiSQ"^ ^���������^^"^^���������sis^sp"*������^^  "^"IJFtlj^^  friends to pay their laj*t taibiite of respect to the late Mrs. James Fraser;  whose funeral took plaf������--on^hui_d-t3r  _"&Efe-'i:  -as chosen chair  i^-;-,,^;.^^-f^/^p-������Ss;j:;������!SsS^v-<c";JT  .lll^wliMiwili-'' "  ,7*;*'_j.K";Af":-.~^  MB_*_S__8������iTi^^  -,*->.::#;^^^ =-.^���������li<ahIl������bi^^  of^onat-ngSlOto help with   the   up-   wlH have i^ie BhW o^ proving  cor-  *$i������^pii^ " ' ��������� "'  ;^!'f<-t|j^    .-���������*.--.-.. ��������� ,''"'"'~'"';.Jil2tf^^  grantto the   Creator  if  r".���������"'���������j:i'^!^-'<' ������������������"'".������������������--:?".'-;  ���������,V'r;^^,T-:-,-,--^i'-.'^^V"i<'i'v-:".u'.'A'..V-^-*:^--^ ..':-':->���������.----1-^^���������,^-^?^-'.-���������..-/"--  ������^S"S������t!"-*-^:^  ;wau^3������_ife"Slds_S^nai^  year's  usual  -:-i-J"2.'----7.;-  -j'-'. '^���������-;<'-7'-"vi^7--i-.-'-H:  p^a^niBlti(8*e^  ;andj"||^||i^^  a lecture,to which everyone ia invited.  Oh Friday eveoihg. June lltb. in   tbe  Parish HaU,  the speaker on  that oi>  ^ftlBM-l^^  vr,���������>-���������.*-. ��������� ��������� ,M-rs^ia_lHndiiNealisthe^  7 Mes-ss������: '-; Knott, R"oltha m m<er and  Young are bandlipgrthe sale of Chan-  ta aqua tickets in the Cany on district  this year������ and the n-ateboards is.311 be  38S?  ^|PS^;aiwn^ ;:  l^^i^eonsery^ve^ :  Croston Valley was 'Held in the Grand  '���������?&������������������'  ;iasm of those present.   The following  :M__imsJw%:mcaw:.v������!*&_M^^^  ^k^-wfesS-^iSrii&L-ei ^^^&������iv^^;^^--������H������s.������S��������� -- ��������� ��������� ��������� -. ������������������ -��������� ��������� -���������  E,,^"~*.*-tteefcinvgi.?!WTO**h:rWS3"_p!(  ^xxx.^yzFi-x.  ^":rf..-u- ���������- ���������  on.  . Arthtw   Mei-  rites, and. Messrs;   H. Campbell,   M.  "-������������������-"-- -���������'*���������-'--'---: *"-: ������������������"���������������������������'"-* =���������--���������-*-���������������������������*���������--"-'- ��������� - - -���������'---���������-'-wi&.'i  '^������   S^IS^  sellipg;    BV ^Ric_H������ieoh,   M.   R.   _?alSer jcnd   R  <Jartwr:gnt  oSSciatiog: tm* pKaoofarsrs.  ^anS^<fl^e$iu^  duently of the high esteem  in which.  deceased was held, and in their heavy  urre-veiai-nt the hilauanu  wail fatal.?.  ^is_i_Bls77;'777K7-������ffi^^  jEr^ideiii^M_$dr  J^c#_TO_3dratr^_ui5 _r^���������fcai_-������d;7;;;;'  ?Sec^-Ti^il^^  J> A* James: conducting the hist  tm^.M^ were el-   5*-w������djfi*^  :������!9$i$]i������!������grtj!i^^ 'A:  .. w __..   _  ^nj^^i^pbrijp*^:  _ oi^-:l:"-'-'7-I������nng. C^ Moore, H. S.  McCreath,  -       --. ���������a������r>:-:-f:xi(M_'wrBawi_-!:?.J*^:%Wiiig%Oage*^  f-on,   Mrs. C.B. Garland.' Mrs.   R. J.  !:|aO!j-_--3iM:i^  ^aaJiSfr^xs^-:-:,::^^:^^.;^^':;.'^;*  ���������."^rl  "iV*i-v'"t-'';".-'i-*-:������^^V-^i^^^-^*;-*^^-:*^ '*"' -'���������7^'-r-'.-"^.U''-''^e_^_>''.' ���������*. -'��������� ;���������_"��������������� *'-J'-s^"]v'f-"i   ���������,-.  - -^,  *"te*feS-ljan^aia_r!SaK--iii^ 5-*t?:iw_'i���������iis^-^:--.:xKr;-;-:-^-������^^^x������'-������-::'-"i_  ^r   ^,x y-^A'Ami'     '.r '-~-x^:.;      t-nniic    srhuoi   inspector    MatSaing-r-rr ^^"^'j^W' RSEP81^ ^S*J������goP*  '-���������?s'^:  of ^very^day interest  and will be     of inspection 1 o the AliceSidingschbiil  mm  P.   Vernon, C. H.  ���������i-Wj-H^^'W^X^s-edue^-  sW������Gj^^t^t|^n%^^^  .- XSasvycs City���������E?Iltuu Voang, Caoip-  tepK|iJRh^e-rJ|^  ; Miss Tci*es_ Chun-hhill was" a visitor  from:  Detroit,  '*''''--wiius***'''''��������� _"-''--*-'-*���������.****^*"W'i--"-'*'j'-~'-**' ^-_ '������������������^'*,-.-'i_ii'ti|i'*:>'1'-:"������*?,i'v-i'."- *-"J^J������������������"'���������-1- S"1"-'*-*'"' "Si-."' ���������*->,"'������������������ ������-*-"..,- ���������'���������'  .Mich., where he. has been a visitor for  "^I"l^^5^tp^ipili||l^^  Harold Cam, who has been seriously-  ill for the piwt week with pneumonia,  ';p-^|������^^  ������i^e^l.^3t~V������r_fini|-?o^  .:ii������A.^-0: - ���������';��������� 7Vi'-v7:'7^7.'������7f7' 77: -/" *?'-^<'>*'M'r������'''-'.:-'-v-', ''i**.-;  The Church of Rngland service this  .s^nd^J^in^'in^  for.JSatsusp; "where"he has titken'a po������>  ition as planerman in a sawmill in that  'WWJ|r:-S7'tt7:;';:;A:f?:g"^-''  p';vJ|;/F;'<.1i^|||lt������-i^  work on another store building and is  golng-to put a ca-^oad of flour and feed  :inl^i^lt:fb;_-:;Siid  j;': ;.-Mi^:Mi.]i^n^,w '.ibi)i^;  :ton;frj'^ia^^  ���������":'Tb^end'o*:;v^  equalled iu-yeara.    Chautauqua  ....'"*'"^fe*^'7-'"'"^?^r.^*'^'-'''"-''-'���������'"���������''^''^ - ��������� -'"--������������������*'-'i"'-"^~'-.---'".'^-'.���������-=��������� ���������-'���������'���������-���������  _ ^e^bi"^ ���������;r  ait the Uelhie. ranch is shut dowji -for  :_.**?!  ^e������pSesjr^ni^theft"^ ^^--^-������  *__ki������?^*iii^-W-^*: 7^S: 7'; ���������-':X;:[. ^xx^yxx-^ y -7'S7:'':T*7Se':  v-"3������ifuiieas.''<--S;;fi:Kr;^7'  x'~~��������� -.'iii;;'-.---'.. >-..-���������'������&-'.-'.���������'.-���������������������������-���������.~������.--ii".--.���������?���������-  ra&de -snob a  " Andy Wickholu-r  a  8 ago  ������������������: -������������������.;#-���������;  NMBB  ^^tTJh>|G.jRRj^^^^  torcotnplete operation*/ at the Canyon  in a few days, 'and will be shifted tn  Kinerte -where the irip rap for the fill  ^mpj^iiptj^^  rCrw.tfl^i^S^-E^  witli vMK':^nd  'vVj-^ei^ C^okr^re'.'.''btji-y  ���������^ittt;!|ii^i*ej^ A^ctp  '"etAn'reB.den  1 a teu -ir^i^'two-story ��������� model n hoiue.'  w   ZfLif-"'iLwMffi  ZQjp&ti^  ;;:.sigi^e*d7|p^  which makes  the assertion,: without any  i^  '^ficBion^^'wha^  :.^iSN_i'fc'bf^e:;X^  by ihe g^rowei-e, u^ wi]^'*-'i&e:i;Oi^8t9ii  :��������� ;Go������6pei_itive:::_rrait;^:Ei '. ':ZaZZ:a������-}Z ]\aZ^aj*  ...���������:..-���������.'.���������,,���������." 1. .��������� -:-: '.���������������������������      ,���������������������������"'.. ���������,-���������' ���������:.? ������������������,'���������: ��������� .���������.,���������:���������>.:,���������.     :..'������������������<  ..������������������������..,:���������    ,       -- ���������  , ���������.    "',.,'���������>..' ,-,- .'' ������������������..,���������.,;,  :: ���������������������������,'1-.���������:."',-..,.'-. ..   .-��������� ;       :  .'A... ' ..������������������.>. /������������������>���������   -���������".:  .'������������������ ,-'��������� ;��������� ;^ ll^e' ;^^i!ii; :;that' ��������� 'thisi', st^temewt.Js .'.untrue, Tand.':,.  challenge   the ^ Creston  Go^O^wifcive _?ruifc  Ex-  ��������� chawfie ,:,;.to^'prove {what*; ^ei:'''tbnnatge',' 'they -':havo^  'signed ':*^tvi|b^,:'.v7a^ ou: ^thC^ov^'^ote^ '        '"-;': .;'���������'.  FuHhermore,' if this proven tonnage exceeds  - Fi^fy^pjaS;: OEMT. '..bf.'-.jbhe- -ttotal   t^nn_^e  of  Cr68tpu  Valley  we  will   donate   $50.00  to   the.  . Creston Eall 'Fair.   '     '.\- , '���������������������������  1    i     ��������� ', i A *****"���������'> , ' ��������� ���������'     : .     ��������� ' -*'   ,  CKESTQN OTOWER^^  tion. Pamahasia's Pets������ a traiBied  >:^te_^_7:";J_-ibIifee^c5���������:i_si_i^  jn^^h^jier^^  also' head the hard   titriea: parade  S|i^������isri^tMk-7 7"''':,;.' ZWZZAi ZAyAiyAj^::  ;.; ttb^ift;;::i^a-(r;' /.26tfi;7i"������t;f^e-7tj^  '���������'���������'��������� "';.' '   ���������.���������:''"**��������� ..-,-.,    ��������� ~, 1-', '��������� - ��������� --    '���������' ���������-|^::.7;i. '-*.. : ���������-  ,-v ���������!������������������-.  - "*    Sr.v ���������������������������'������������������ ������������������  B������jswell���������Capt.   Bl!i*v J. Couptand.  West  Creston^���������R.    Sinclair Smith,  eony������nti*-!n;to_-/-  ttae 4Sth,   as  ojrixjtfciar-*;-:  Sfinjthj^gg  !t!f$|_������s_'^^  the si  oerry business.    'l"h  are at  pi esent busy rplanting out about four  '"'"'" '"*" ""'" " i-.^r*!--*.  DM]  ;-^.';Mi^',j,Ira.::,Benm left at'-:tiKe^end!5iif the  ^wieefc.^foV'vll'^  ^iH;.'i-na^.-^;q^^  ne^.'������^ii,i::'W<pt,mMh>.'^* ^iZ^Z:'Z^A:A? Wi'&Z  Miss Stellu McKelvey was a Spokan  visitor a coupie;.*)*!^.^ya-^ otj  ��������� thf������^ieiik.Zr������Uiii������i^ A? A v,;  ;:;,Ztflrpl '^Wtnlc -,Stit|il-is7rj'a8;"'p^ :*oJJKd-:  -������noi-i'tont:-Aihert^  ably apend a '-||nnntl-r':;-^tl^';.jh^  -Mrs; '.JP������ttok-,;;";v.::::-: ���������:: Z<y A'ZZP^ZZ ^.^M^AA  ���������';;;li?r.t^'W$...w* .who'hits lYtkin'taking  npcoluii at treatnien tin Spo k nnc - for  some time. f^et, iii  home  agaiii���������������' and  ���������er^'Staiaiei mill.:'.''��������� ���������'���������^:'::-.&i ^t'-'Z'r'^Z  .; .l;*pompTl������ilintt Is, en, mdo .^'"v ft;., .doj-f a. .1 h thia;  seatlbn are wortylbg the dsor. alnhg  dottt uioupUli^ and unlcHH the canl^  ,������r^:,'^rf������u|a*ht'; -'hpnte''.: :fey ��������� ('tik������lt-^rb*wn������r������'  'ihmo ��������� w111'be'' two"���������ibi*AihVeo;���������'"dogf ^e-i-thS'-  to talk about befote' the mWiith Is-out.  ���������.;../���������,   ���������.-.',''������������������������������������,.*'��������� ,:��������� .-'..>'������������������-..'���������-��������� ,,--*1>v;-*,..:,.-, ,..';'', .)������������������      '.7-"'i',",  [ j 7 A,^ Llndleyv:: the'-"1 v^eHvknown.i^^fcli.-  brldge frnit "ivliolesalor, whs In he*r������ on  a buainetia visit, a co.upilo ol dnya at tin)  end of the weolc.;   ' ..;���������::  ;" Alf.: l*alm������-r went' r to i; imoric i; "itt,. th������  firut of tho month on thu forestry patrol service anil we, h������ar( wIlVbe permit ncn tly, located In th* W*B*' Creatow  ftWit* -the new lookou,fc;'ii|i: ^loy^ havi ngj  a good view of the* XCI^chencr section  Mi^|������^e!Sm^h|   ������;|j^p||^a^^-l^;;i^^  ���������m������^.trip^  \in is ieaving-'for'a vis������it on the prairie.  ;ih:::meir;^sen^Mit^  |^;aw^ccup^njg;t^^  ijpoj^ue^^ncfe ^  ���������'3!5d^  ;and;:;j^^^^^;|^^  one of the toes of her left foot amputated one day last week, the member  ;-b^jing;tti^|*^:t}^  : that nn Jeiidi^inien^ .  ;w������s-;j^a������ing.:*vi^ :���������  Ay The' season's' -Idol bg-i:--bf":';the-78b*ylal:  ...'  ' . .��������� fr. -. L.p, ,.    ���������-",'���������     > ���������     :..'���������.       '���������."  ���������      ��������� "���������������������������"-     .'���������-. *������������������'. 1;   ���������.���������'..j ���������.-���������..���������.v.*. ���������'' -���������...  ..  'Clreb were'fittingly cop*^  Jdky;'nigh't''Wt������h:ij*i;'.8u^  V^ipiiti!! nfVM iv- and ;Mp*������il.;_tpb^-t;'Stefe^  the feature of which waa*:thepi-esou ta-  : tm;n' of ;i-.;cttiriera ' to^'i^ctor  Stewart wh(i has been largely reitpon  ; slble for tKe' "hiusic'::^iippliied.7for'^the  dancea.' the piist ��������� -aettsoh^VT^  tatlon wasr made hy*.'(-JSirv;^airte^  cante. as a  genuine bntJ much appreciated surprise to Hector.  land, F. H. Jackson. J. Char ringtos,  Geo. Johnson, R. J. Long,   C Moo~e������  ||fe^i||E||^^si^^  ;wij&|p^^  '*_if.  ^g^^^^mm^mm������m   OfbrP^  large t^a^^  :fS^3ki\m^^im^ i-*_iife  SI^T GA-5HS^  :o^^iv^|;-2,;:7--  - < ��������� ������������������ I_et :;'ihe;'':-kiiow  -"'the .;^|i!^  supply;|ihd when you^^  be able to start s������ippiug.  G fusion Villa? Produce Co.  7UUFMB 8B,������M. Etldtw.  iheatre  .���������..{-."(!  The Players Clab of the University of B.C.  "_��������� ���������' .,������������������>��������� " .' 'Hl_k______-_l__-    ��������� ?"'..!.  .���������,':���������   . -'.-���������..',���������    .���������''���������'���������.',present., ._,.���������,-x.v..^-��������� ������������������,...���������  c wuiiLU niiuniuifirii  IHH  Jfc ~������    Pt"*htis m *^*M������������>*.#" tf**t-1*������-     f-^wftAP1,    '  bHi    4H4Vtlilil|j-Mii<-iii   VM-vl'^f  An intensely interesting and dramatic story ef  social life in Madrid at the ^prmsemtftbne.,       /  .   "Scoring the highaat enocosn thoy havo yet aoliieved tho  TJniverfltty PI������-v*s-ra lant nipfht rwiehed thair h^ghts when they  auoooeafully etagod "The World and Hi������ Wife^befowi a record  audienoe ut the Orphotim Tli������ntte.M-rrVancouver Sun.  ":���������"'   ���������'���������"'     '   ��������� ' "-: ('���������"'���������" "''AA '  .        .���������".."     -���������   ._   ������������������ ...  Adults 7Sc������ Students 50c*  ""��������� '��������� AmttiOTO������ntTa_: 5������enl������.,  '   Cartain at 3.1S p.m. .Prompt THE    REVIEW-    CRESTON.    B.    C.  \i 3,:  '���������'%������������������'  Ifr.S-r  hi.  I' a  iii;  ill"  1  IS"  Ir  jffi  ill"  te":  ta  ps  te'.  ���������Is?" '  ii;  lie-  1"  I  m  II"  la j  II:  f  u:  ���������   l������  X  Ben't waste yditr tinte and  i  A--,,  thing "just as good", as  BLUE RIBBON'TEA  "SI  -so*-.  I     _  ���������    ���������������  I  ju-*_ui*igmic@r  ������f Tfoie Rauniclh.  A Story of Romance and Adventure  *"   of Western. Pioneer Days   v^  '��������� BY ���������  ALEXANDER D. McLEOD.  (Published by Special. Arrangement  ���������with the Author)  ^*~1,._.i- = _. JV  V \JKJ������1 L1I1 UTSU /  CHAPTER II.  Mary Rraser, as she galloped away  over the rolling hills carried away  with her a vivid impression oi' the personality of the young man she had so  unexpectedly met on the trail. The  faded, worn and slouchy scout's uniform he wore, and other details of his  accoutrements were taken In at a  glance. His fair, open and handsome  countenance and his self-reliant bearing appealed to her fancy. Though  she had abruptly dismissed him, refusing his offered assistance, she still.  felt assured that she would meet him  on' her return home and would then  make amends for her seeming rudeness. She was aware that it was not  customary for strangers to pass their  home, after a long day's journey, with-  ouiTtf-eing- offered the hospitality of a  night's lodging. Those transient  travellers on' many^-. occasions, -were  welcomed at her home.... ���������" They proved  pleasing diversions from the general  routine and-7monotony "Of the lonely  lives" those e^rly pioneers have had t'o,  pass ih a district remote - from the  more - congenial: advantages of: more  settled^.'.'Communities.' 7, '7-Instead.-..' of  those ^visits pi-toving an inconvenience  they -.were'' often" the^Ource^^f;��������� jcoii-  siderabie social pleasures'-to Xfo&aiA, As  youth _pE)ealsl to youfh,; she ariticipat-  k ed with pleasure the prospects of  again meeting him on her return  home. Her disposition craved the  society of people of her own age, an  a4vantage that site did not, only to a  limited. exte-nt,-*'enjo5r in her lonely sur-  roundings...    7:;-> \}A -    7-'7  '7 "vyhiie shei loved the" frefedOin of ihe  life she led among the hills, the valleys and the lakes, and the surrounding landscapes appealed to her aesthetic tastes, yet there was the yearning  for companionship and the society of  people of her own age and kind. Ill  her day dreams she pictured to herself the pleasures of the life she missed���������a life of more congenial human  surroundings. A. longing for that life..  ���������a life that seemed to be beyond her  reach���������at times became an obsession  with her.  " ������������������..���������'"!���������  The prospects accordingly of a  pleasant social evening with a"~young  stranger    from    the ���������"outsidb" added  buoyancy to-her elated feelings, and,  l_    iiSi    Ce;SSi.i&CilGIi,    S-tic-   _pui'i-t;ii    hex*  horse to greater speed as she proceeded in her quest: for Lhe horses.  It was this feeling of elation that  was partly responsible for her ^failure  to examine more closely her surroundings as she " cantered in the  direction of two horses that she noticed grazing _ close in to the edge" of  j a bluff some "distance a-way. CpnfLdeht  :**fehat they were the horses she^-Was in  search of, she headed in that direction  with  an  air of abstraction  that  !������_��������� fl������_    V������*_������������    nro/iitna H-*-    ���������*-.>-, 1 I **r_ **-..���������- /-     _-*-P    *-.���������*-*.*-  danger that might he lurking an the  vicinity.  As she rounded the edge of the bluff  she was startled from her reverie by  a koaype command of, "Stop! Put up  your hands." The suddenness of this  order roused her at onge to action.  Her quick wits at a glance took: in the  situation, and - convinced her pf the  futility of an attempt to escape or to  offer resistance. All-at -oncie_ she  seemed -to. be* surround edSby a band of  five men. 7 Their- forbidding, aspects  and pointing* "guns striking terror to  "her: heart admitted of no temporizing  action. She 'was approached "by a  dark complexiohed, heavy built man,  who seized her bridle rein and relieved  her of her revolver/  MOTHER OF  TWIN BOYS  Tells How Lyttia E. Pinkhsm's Vejr-  ctable Compounci Relieved Her of  Inflammation and Great Weakness  West St .John, K. B.��������� "I was in a  general run-down-^coitdlition following  the- birth of my twin boys. I had a great  deal of inflammation,, with pains amd  weakness. Fittally my doctor recommended Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable  Compound. He Raid that your medicine  would be the only tbfng to build me up.  1 am sure he w rife-Tit, for I am feeling"  much better and am gaininp- in weip-ht,  havlnc-   gono   down   to. ninety-three  Eounds. I was in bed for over amonth,  ut am up again now. i have recommended the Vep-etabk) Compound tomy  friends and giveyou pormisslon to uso  my letter."���������Mrs. Ki.MK.tt A. Iti'i'-cun-v  82 Rodney St., West St., John, N. B.  There are many women who find their  household duties almnat unbearable ow-  iTjjr to some woakneas or de ran pre ment.  The U-oublo may ho slight,, yet cau-aO  r.uch nnnoyinj** symptoms as dragfljm-?  painr', woalcnossand a run-down feeling.  Lyriia F. Pinl-di-um"** V^pfctnble Com-  pound ii ru piplr*ndidVn<-><li'-'in������ for* wur-h  c'onditionfl.ItnaH in many casea relieved  thrwio symptoms" by removing the cau������e  of them. Mrs. Ritchie's experience is  hut ono of many.  You might be Interested'Jn reading  Mra. Pink'nam's- PrivateText-Book upon  the ���������"Ailments of Women."   You can  E'fit a copy freo by writing the I.yoia  i. Pinkham  Jtfcrficiuo  Co., Cobourg-,  Ontario, c  ��������� "    w. "n.   il ir������T7    ;"'~  After a. cursory  examination of her horse and a close  scrutiny of her face,"he said, "Jump  down young fellow, this is my horse  you are riding."..  Goaded to despei*ation by the holdup and resenting the insolence of bis  looks and order, she answered,'"N'o,  Sir; this is not your.-horse. You have  no right to stop "me in this way, nor  interefere with me hi any -mamaeiv  The Mounted Police shall he notified  of this insolent hold-up of me."  ' --��������������� "The -Mounted Tdpice he d������������������d..: "We  have" a.line on them, gents, - and -they  won't help you this time. Jump down  of I'll pull -3-pu off." _  >. Realizing that _ rotest* or; resistance  would be useless, and following the  promptings oif, her feminine intuition,  she passively*' yielded to: inevitable  necessity and disniounted as reQuest-  ed by him. "After again looking into  her face, he snatched off her hat. Then  with on insolent leering---'grin-' on: his  face, he said, 'T thought s*b." Quick/  ly replacing it on her head, he said,  loud enough for all to hear: "Young  fella, so 'that you will not- put the  d������������������-d Red Coats on.our track, you  will come along with us to-night."'  After his close -scruitin57of her face  she was conscious of the fact that he  was aware of her sex. It was also  clear to her that he desired to conceal  his discovery from the rest of, his,,  companions. This a'dded to her fear  of the man, but still she decided, in  the meantime, to submit to his orders.  Her feminine intuition, warned her  .that discreet silence would be her safest plan for the preaeaat. She had  nothing to expect nor. hope for from  the other members oC the gang, who  seemed to be acting under his orders,  Taking a lariat from one of the  saddles close at hand, he led her into  the shelter oC the bluff. First . he  searched her for any weapon she  might have 3n her possession.. He  then fastened the loop end of the  lariat round her waist and bound her  securely to a birch tree. He, however, left both her hands and feet free  with sufficient slack to her bonds to  enable her to stand up or sit down as  sl������e desired. He -warned her, however, that ir Bhe attempted to escapes  he wouUU shoot her in her l.rncks, a  threat .she was fully' convlneod ho  would carry into effect. He himself  holding i.he other end" of the laii'lat.  joined his companions, who were by  now ioanglti.-- on the ground jt few  feel. away.  Securely fat-ten-ed a������, ahe was rahe  stood for Romi'. time, leaning aRalnst  I. he- tree, a nil after a while sat dowjn.  Ah the twilight deepened'alio endeav-  orftd to ovolvo in hf*r mind a. plnn. of  escape, but tho ��������� more she thought. of  her situa.ilon ��������� the more hopeless her  chances ���������i!-*-ni������*ul to be. The only  avenue of eacupe tha* prow en ted itself  to her whs the hop'- that her father  would orgwn:l������<* a search pnrly for hoi-  rescue, hur. as this would take n-������ine  limn- tr> aecomplljih, 11: offered her  HTm-ll '���������on-top-tilon. Tty the llrwe ma-  *1u":in-o r*.-������-ii-l hi' r>f-H!<r--d hy ,h*'**)' fn (tiler  ihe������e bandli"������" would hnve ' lake-im her  many mllf-H tiwny *"rom Hie finene of  tin- held-up, Bh������*j also feared the  d:���������.nK(������������������-���������;���������- that would attend an altMim^i.  at r<-������M.i������*. She reiillK*"d 1:1ml. .ah������ was  In the hands ot desperadooa-��������� men  wl'io wmihl not, be������3lal<- lo com ml*  murder to -^tnape eapfmi-e, In, her  dewj^-rii.Hori hIic- faeeil \.ho tree to  wliir-h she w������ Mnd, nml U-n.nlln*-  ii|-;.4liiHl, 'ii, ii*iViitnl 11_������ ki. iufvi't.L Hllf.mtl.  grayer  lo  Clod   For help,. -*-oura-.-v������ and  inspiration jn her dangerous plight.  As-she thus .prayed, her hand came in  contact, with an overhanging piece of  loose birch bark. This she absently,  stripped off^the-tree, and,-.later,'slip-.  pedjit into ^t he. pocket of her .jacket.  Then.. -turning < "around s he "sat _ owhC  with her-bach against the tree, for  support.  A few'feet 'away the men were engaged i������" conversation carried on in  low voices. ��������� Listening intently to"  their ��������� conversation," she overheard'  them discussing their plans of escape  to the south. .    -v  -.* She learned that'it was thehvinten-  tion,ito start on their trip^as soon as  it Was dark. She, further overheard  that 'Iheir objective for the first stage  of their Journey was a secret camping  ground in the valley of t-he^ Souris.  There they 'intended to renrain in hiding during the next day and till shortly before daylight the ^next morning.-  At that hour.they would make a dash  across' the United States boundary,  when in the darkness of early morn-"  -ing, .they were confident of escaping  the vigilance., of the Mounted Police,  who, during the'troublesome -times of  that year,/kept a strict patrol along  the boundary.  inspired' by" the information overheard and' deciding to make, use of the-  shadow of the increasing darkness,,  she pulled-out "of her pocket the roll-  of, birch bark,' Then, with the stub  of a pencil that she-had in her pocket;  she'scribbled on its smooth surfa'ee &  note, giving the ^ist of the plans ot  the outlaws. "Replacing it into-her  ^pOcket-she^decided to await an" opportunity, to drop it where it would be  easily noticed -by a .rescue party.  -Sitting ther*e as the darkness deepened, her thoughts wandered back to  her home. - She thought that at* that  hour her mother, always solicitous of  her safety, would be anxiously looking for her return. - Slowly the tears  crept down .her cheeks a-s, more and  more, she realized the anguish of her  mother's-.heart.at the unknown fate of  her only% child;-7;; Those were not tears  of self-pity;nor of-fear, but of sorrow  and,:'-."7sy'gipa,'thy;':i:-:'for' the father and'  mptfeer^ Who were soon fated to realize the-dangers -that encompassed her.  Bound "and helS! captive as she was in  the hands ;of the "��������� .merciless bandits,  she had not yet, 'h any ever, abandoned  hopes^ of .escape or rescue. Her-intuition and the buoyancy of youth K?e;bt  up her spirits, and the dangers--thai  threatened herVohly tended to sh_i*p-  enher;:wits:7:7With all her faculties  alert to all that passed around her,  she; bravely..: faced . the situation in  whicjk...shse-Idund; herself placed. Helpless hs she semed to be, she was still  hopeful that^:;an'7 opening for escape  would : preseht'-itsell: J:o her.-- Thus  she sat; as a the;-twilight of evening  deepened into the, darkness of nighty  ahd^awaited the next .move" of her cap-  tors,;. whom-, she; Miew would soon be  making '"a7 anove:';^or a start to the  -southY'.' 'A^'AA, ���������     ' '. v---  When darknes shad descended  preparations were commenfeed for the  start. She?-'c.Quld(: not discern their  actions. In the darkness but, when the  word was givea-, "All set," the leader  approached her and loosened her  bonds, I-Ie then- ordered her to mount  hher horse. The fact that she was to  have'her own horse to ride gave her  hew hop e, for, h aving. confid en c e in  his speed and training, she decided  that if the slightest. chance, presented  itself she would make;.?* a dash for  liberty. All such hopes were, Iioav-  ever, soon dispelled by' the deliberate  "actions'of her captor. No sooner was  she in tlie saddle than he proceeded  to fast*en~her feet to the saddle girth  with one end of the Jariat.^ He then  put a centre hitch on it and tied it  around the horse's heck, and, passing  the. lose end of it through the bit  rings, he fastened it to the horn of his  own saddle. He then mounted his  own horse-and followed,in the rear of  the band, leading her hovse beside .his,  OWn, "' -���������.'     '., ;    .;���������'.  '.',.     '.'-"J'   :"     :   ' '  Silently    the    band  emerged   from  their hiding place, and struck over the,  hills in the direction of the plains to  the south. Not a sound broke ' the  stillness ol* the night, other than the  muffled trahip of the horses on the  pralrlo  turf, as thoy gathered  speed  l^aiik  Rikert,    Who/'Left  - lillnois" For California-In  Covered Wagon In 1864,  Wouldn't Take $100 feor  Bottle Of Tanlac.  Prank Rikert^ well-kno^vn.-resident  of North Sacramenta, Cat., who came  to the state from Illinois-In a covered  -wagon in 1864, along with"6ther haidy,  pioneers, recently exhibited' *t" bottle  of Tanlac, which he had just purchased, to1"^. friend* at his home and remarked: . "If I thought this ,was "the  last bottle of Tanlac I woutd ever be  .a.ble to buy, I -wouldn't take one hun-  high valuation he places on the^'fam-  WESIERK:PIONEER TELLS  INTERlSTIflStXPERiEireE  ous treatment.  C "I believe Tanlac really  saved, "my ,  life-when I took" it.  after"  the"   Flu .  about -a    year  ajuo," continued   Mr.  Rikert, __ "for- the -aittack   left   me ' 20    "  pounds off in (weight,  and  unable  to"  turn over in "shy bed* without-assistance^ -   i tell' you,', I. thought m$? time  had surely iconi'e.*"*'   -"    -  '  "But,  thanks to  my  wife's  Insist- -  ence,  I^-kept  on. taking -Tanlac till  !���������  was able to do all my work again, had  back ail my lgpt weight, and I've been   **  feeling years youngej ever since.   I'm "*���������  always telling-my friends .about.Tanlac, and can't say too .-much for it,"  Tanlac is for sale by all good druggists. Accent no -substitute. .. Over  40 million bottles. so3d.  Take Tanlac Vegetable Pills.  and settled down to the characteristic lope of the western Broncho. They  had 'not proceeded far, however,, when  she heard another sound that thrilled  her with new hope. Some distance  in the rear the stillness of the*night  was brokenly the voice of her father  calling her name. No-"sooner-had  the re-eehoiug voice of her father died  in the distance than she was cheered  by an answerln'g hail. - Sut, before  she had time to collect' herselfj her  escort was close beside her. Seizing  her around the waist with his right  arm," he clapped his left hand over her  mouth, and, in a hoarse voice, warned  her that if she - made. an outcry he  Would shoot to kill:      Then, releasing  they covered the distance to the face  hills. -c     -   ,  (To be conti_iiea)  Once the pride of the. Australian  navy- jthe battleship Australia will be  sunk: on -Anzac.Day^in April, with be-  ������W*'-.~     _,v.,.^*,������������������I���������l  ped ^in    accordance^   .with the terms  of the Washington treaty.,.  Many of the-great tributaries -of-^he  Amazon River have*  never   been,   explored., while there are "huge tracts of  primeval   forests   on' its. banks into.  his'"liol_r-he "ptLlled his revolver��������� and j which no white man- has   ever   p-ene-  held it pressed '���������a-gainst her side, while trated. * ^  FEET SORE?  Rub every night with MSnard's.  If relieves inflammation, soothes  w and heals.  ���������rmti44immmw*mmm4mmmmmmmmmmmm4mmaammmtamt*4Mma%  n  THECANA&A STARCH CO. LIMITED  rv  The avernBc-aized CanadSan" family's potato bill is  $25.00 a year. That warrants the useof a special pot.  Hero it is. "The SMP Potato Pot. The ideal tlunir-  Fill with **roter thratiElt the Spout withoutrcmbvingf"  cov er. Note luo w the handle-locks the cover on. You  can drain off.nvater leaving potatoes menly and dry  without spilling-potatoes of scnldinffhands. Scllinir  at tow prices in hardware nnd ereneral stores. Note  the trnde m"ar3c on the pot.   Be sure you jret  CI������antB. *_a--Iei-  SM_P BnBrnelcd Ware -  had a very hard,  ODiootl- (surface, nice  your bc8tc"ilna, and is  an caey to clean. Re-  qiilrca no etccl -wool  ox r.pcc'nt cIcaiiBcra.  Alwaya clean, ewect,  free from taint tarn  odors. Tlio enameled  ware dc luxe.  Tlrrecr flri'slico- Pentl W������������_.*wc- ������������-t-i of i*e������rf-f  ttrey enamel tl"������|i_e ������ntl,out. D'araond Ware. thr*a  coats, ]JKlit l>lu������*> and -wlilto outside, vthlto Ut-hiff.  Crir_t_.l, wars. tl������f������o, coat-, pure white Inside ������n-l  out, witli Koyal Blue cdelnox  ���������   ) ''',���������'"*' ������������������"'' ���������' ; '��������� v,      - - r    ���������'      ���������' '1 ���������"    ' < ' " ''   ���������        i'  SHEfT M_7At P^ODUOIS Co?wSim  MHHTR-mAL   VCmONro    1WINMIP-R8  KOMONTOM   Vamcoovbi* caumaw _  '���������*'      , :    170'   ,  ���������.���������V-t  RGGIOTEPUD  /  ������������������AM  mi*  731  J  mf -*  -"*->  j9  rvmn���������i  -___.;_  Ainihv xmw.  ���������\jK__fr---i-vJiNv,'  33.  /*i  ^-7  *     -  "      "- i    l*   **���������  ������  ;.J������*������^-������������U^������>7k  Horses and "Mules. ���������_���������  can. be kept oh their feet and'worlc-  ing if owners give "SPOHN'S" for.  Di^empcrJlnfluenzai Shippin**Fever3  Coughs and Colds. -���������- pae-nest and.  surest means" o������ escaping, these, diseases/ Occasional5. _oses-work wonders. "Give- "SPOHN-S" for Dog  U Distemper! Used* for-thirty years.  Two ai-Ecs. at all dir������s: stores.'.  Prairie  Orchard  Owner Honored  Radio  Market Service  *V'    V  Prices and CoTnmerits.on-'iyiarrets" Wilt  Be "Broadcasted J  Canadian farmers will watch the  market hereafter from-their own fireside with the in&uguratron by the Do-  jnainion Livestock Branch of the "Department of Agriculture of an. official  radio 'inatket^  sei'vice. v".It". will*- beI;"  sWork   of J-a-te''A.   P.-Stevenson "of  Mprdcn^ Recognized by rfcan_dian  Horticultural Council*    ,. ,  ' - The -achievement of" th-4 late A7 F.  Stevenson", of. Morden, Man.,- in estab-  Jisliing the fi.r_t productive ������. apple orchard of any magnitude in. the prairie  I provinces,-has been, recognized* by "the  Canadian Horticultural Council, which  ��������� has awarded the Carter Medal to "the  Stevenson family as a -recognition oE  his work to horticulture. s  . This medal is awarded each year  to the" person whose v-ork. has brought  about the ;. greatest -advance in horticulture during the year. This is the  "second;-- the-' first going to W., %< Ma-  cown. Dominion horticulturist.  - Not only -apples, cooking- and dessert, but, plums, currants, gooseberries, raspberries and straebwrries became an annual crop on^Mr. Stevenson's farmj.     !   .      '*"_.'���������  broad caste^L every; vv"^usilesdaj{~evening  at 7.30" through the-Canadian "National"  Railway stations at "Ottawa,-Montreal  and Winnipeg. "Prices and comments  on the 'livestock" and egg markets at  Montreal, Toronto and Winnipeg will  be brought, up tcHaate each Wednesday and sent",out for the, benefit of the  Women _an Uve asiv  Garment.  Drapery  Dye- or  i������!_*������*-t_sH2!-*  New  mo. _*-ak_a__s������&^ Clean, _ea{ghyCoDditiu_  ErffllCB- F^^^Mtttine Eye Remedy  ��������� _PUK _-1_a������ ������������������Nt*^ta*nd'Mon_o_.*r  Beep yen-- Eyes Clean. Clear aad aeal_iy*,  Write for Free Eye Care Book.'-   -.* -:  ****'"      m _!���������--_ ***_ _"   1 -f __ _)���������������_--. Akl* MBa���������__._   ���������������_.������__ "* ���������  ������--_5SISB ���������������_������*-BMt_-W_s_f M_M-9���������***HB4 VOIV OlfcQV-t-VH-WagS  -<. : - -*'- - ��������������������������� - ������������������'���������   7jEM-T'1^*  Tint   Worn,    FadcjS  ^eW for 45 Cents  Things  Uiamond oyes  Dyspeptic, Bilious '.  . Strong purgatives have _all  ed many a.good man. Cbs-  tiveness is "bad-i���������violent cathartics are  worse.      If-.bothered  1 with.stpmach trouble or biliousness, "use. JOr. Hamilton's Pills.  They' are so " mild you can  scarcely feel their action; yet so  - - effective that ;th'e entire system  is cleansed of wastes.^  Dr. Hamilton1 s Pills  ;. Dr. Hamilton's" Pills move the  bowels-gently, they'tone the kidneys,  assist digestion, clear, the skin. "For  those subject to colds, biliousness,  languor, there .is no better medicine.  'Dr. "Hamilton's Pills; 25c per bos, 5  for $1.0(1, all dealers, or The Catarrhozone Co.,- Montreal. *  Discovered By  Doctor  Ireland As If Is  Improvement in -General Tcme of the  People- Js - Noted  5j"o picture*- of Irish life at the" present time would ip_e true -were the approvement in the general tone' of the  people- not noted.     There Is a, cheerfulness ' which   ] did."'not  exist three"  months-ago.   "-People have begun*; to  talk,again .about the ordinary affairs  of life.   , 'The" gloom has largely- gone.  Laughter is more frequent'.     You can  see the change  in the street,  in the  theatre, in the home.  Another great- improvement Is that  eve nf the stanchest patriot Is now  not -perfectly certain that the Irish  are the 'greatest- race in the world.  There are doubts even."in the densest  minds as to-whether, liberty is all that  it was"supposedsto be. "We even stop  sometimes to' wonder what is liberty.  In otherk words, our political education has begun.���������From the Bound  Table.    ' ������     -,  Don't wonder whether, you c_n dys  or tint successfully; .because perfect  home dyeing is guaranteed with "Diamond Dyes" eve_\i"f you have never  dyed before. Druggist-Behave,a.11 colors.  Directions in-each package. , "  Schooner Takes North On Sleigh  Scndlor ll.S ot Jn������_tl*>na. wan*ed by ManunW--  s-ua-ers. ?cr!uae������ bs������e been "mad*, f com ascapM.  Ideas.   *'*PateotP*otecHo--.",fcookleeoa request. .  SHIF-MAN Be CO.  231.- BA.NK -STtRBET  .OTTAWA..' CAN AD A-  PAt mi momm  mtmmmpSSmmmtmWSmmt���������������������������-���������__���������_-_BE__--1f  JIG-SAW  ������  --.--FOB^rBB^   t.  CMILD__EN<  . :jast~     :: .  -Send lour.  vnrappezs from  Fi ve-TottCVesi-el^ Arrives a������ Reindeer  =. *     ."Lake'"ln Saskatchewan-"  .   After, an overland.,haul/on-'sleighis1  of over 580'mile's, the JH.B.C. "schooner, "Lac du Brochet, arrived -safely at  -the southern-end-of Reindeer Lake'in  "Northern" Saskatchewan.      This-vessel -.was built Jhere   by "-the-^ Alberta  -Motof-Boat Company-and .w.as",shipped  from Edmonton, on -December -1st to  Prince Albert.   " Here the boat���������which  weighs five--tons���������was- loaded*  on"   "a  sleigh and with eight teams of ^horses  attached started on her long journey  north o-ej^r^hej^bngh-'tralls -to the big  -lalte, " -where  'ghe.-rarrfved without a  scratch.���������Edmonton Bulletin.4 "*'-." ���������"- -.  Was  Pioneer  in- Introducing  Tobacco  __ In Europe  " Every man who smokes owes a debt  of gratitude to FranciscoTFernandes.  The commencement of the use of to-  ba_c������0 by civilized people has- -*been  traced back to its'introduction in Europe by that celebrated physician.  Fernandes was sent -by King Philip  Second of,Spain,to- invesligatej the  produots of Mexico. As ar result of  his explorations "Francisco Feraa_.des  took: the tobacco plant to Europe In  1558, for the first time on record. The  use of tobacco in. Engfend dates from  1585 and the -name- -of Sir "Walter  Raleigh is"associated with its introduction there.     - 7-   -  At .first, the' plant war^ supposed to  possess almost -miraculous healing  powersVaiid"t���������e poet Spencer called it  NOSE COLDS  QUICKLY STOPPED  divine *-t-o"bacco.**. Millions of people  since those, days "have realized that  tp_acco,liS- -"a sweetener" of their lot  in life and .a-great-equalizer of the  temper..     - .  A neglected .cold  ts the open gateway  to Consumption.  .- To ouictciy stop a  cold,, the best way is  *.v    -w������ w_������      w_..    _���������_    jcr������.���������  sages of the nose  and throat; ��������� free  xhem of germs, and  let the healing vapor  of CATARRHOZONE- do the rest.  One~    breath      of  MJl^ .,������*._ U  tft     A    m    A    TITlTTriffrtHTn  relief.       Your   sufier-  A -Divorce Granted  ��������� ��������� ��������� O"-  ing stops. Hoarseness Is , relieved,  throat and nose are cleared, inflamed bronchial" tubes^are healed,-all danger of Catarrh isfprevented."  Carry CATARRHOZONE Inhaler in  your purse^ih your vest pocket, and  use it when the first shiver or sneeze  comes. Complete outfit, One Dollar,  small size. 50c.*1 At all druggists. Refuse a substitute. By mail from The  Catarrhozone Co.. Montreal.  ^"-Eclipse of the Sun  About One  Total   Eclipse   Occurs   In  .::   * Every "Two Years -    ' .  'About tine" .total   eclipse of the sun  occurs in. every two , years,. hut   the  phase off, totality--is so short���������usually  two  or" .three . minutes -and  never  as  much as eight minutes���������that the aggregate time it can be visible over the  small sections of the earth shadowed  is only e-ight'days in a century.      The  beautiful ^and   sigikficant* phenomena  .'presented   .are  'studied, at a greater  cost in effort and  money  than, any-,  th!���������.*- else-' so-* fleetin**-.      Prof = - S.  A.  Mitchell mentions, that he has U-ave"-  led'tnore than 40,000^-miles to witness  -fotSr of t_ese,eclipse's, and the"" total  time   for-' scientific observations was  less' than eleven minutes.  7oO-eo L'tnite-, ^������-2 Lemojne St.. Montreal-  mmmm  &sM:l&rii  *&&&&&  t   Creamteximi  After many-'years of patient%suffer-  ing, you can he "divorced from corns,  you can: get rid7of them, compiecely  by applying Putnam's Corn Extractor.  This wonderful, old remedy acts in 2.4  hoTiTS-a-nd never falls. Refuse a substitute- and remember -'���������Putnam's" is  tne only Painless remedy  where-   " A AA-  ' " -  ���������'  S-3e every-  TEETHING TROUBLES  "Baby's teething time  Is  a  time of  worry and anxiety to   most   mothers.  The little ones become cross; peevish;  their little stomach-becomes-deranged  and constipation and colic set in.    To  make the teething period easy on baby  the.si*omac_]and"bowels must be l-,ept  sweet and regular. - Th|s can be done  by*1'the use of Baby's Own Tablets���������  the ideal laxative for/Httle ones.    The  Tablets are a sure relief lor all the  minor ailments of childhood such as  constipation,   colic,   Indigestion, colds  and- simple fevers.     They always do  good���������never, harm.     The* Tablets are  sold by. medicine dealers or by mail at  25 cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockvllle, Ont.  ~*yu.L-=  Frets Rcc-i.*!- Bool-���������  Write tho Borden Co.  Llmit&l'   Montreal:*  ���������t. o. ar-n  The Dulce of \ Yorlc, though left-  handed, Is considered the best billiard player in tho Royal family. '  x Peat Bogs Irs Canada  The peat hogs of Canada, as mapped by the mines department, have a  total area of 22,000 acres, seven bogs  within shipping distance of--Toronto  being 'estimated tor contain 26,5">0-,O00  tons.of p*9at. The number of bogs \  Included in_ the map is 46 in Ontario,  27 hiTQuebec,--? in,, Manitoba, and 2T  In the Maritime Provinces. -  "Robbed Off Sunshine  It, has Just .been discovered that a  sunshine^ recording instrument install;  ed at Margate, Eng.s in 1892 was defective and ,has failed by an hour a  day to record the actual sunshine.  Rub it In for Lame Back.���������A brisk  rubbing with" Dr. Thomas' Eclectric  Oil will relieve lame back. The shin  will immediately absorb the oil and it  will penetrate the tissues and bring  speedy relief. Try it and be convinced. . As the liniment sinks in, the pain  comes out .and there are ample  grounds for saying that It is an excellent, article, v.- f     ''   ������������������"'������������������'    v  Mutton and. Macaroni..  Preparing   An   Appetizing   Dish   From  CoSd Muttoira Scraps  When the  cold mutton has- lasted  so long that the housewife dreads putting  It  again ��������� before her family,  let  her try it under this 'guise.     Cut the  cold meat into,cubes.1"    To-two cups  ot meat, have one cup of cooked-macaroni, two cups of tomato ^sauce," one  cup ot cracker   crumbs,    two   table-  spoonsful of butter,-salt and pepper.  In a v-ell buttered    enameled -ware  dish put- a layer oE. macaroni, bread  crumbs and.tomato sauce^then a layer of mutton with hits of butter, pepper and salt.     Alternate until the pan.  is filled.''    Sprinkle bread . crumbs ox*,  top with enough extr butter to brown  them. "   Serve in the dish In which  It  is   cooked. -    This   hi  one   or  the  many  advanlages  of  onamoled ware  bake dishes���������they cite always presentable at^table as well as useful in the  kitchen. -.'        '���������' ' ZZZ'A'.":-r-'A"^'' .     A  She Found Xlieni A  Marvellous Remedy  What    Mrs.    Morneau   Says   of  Dodd's Kidney Pills  jeyery-^d a trior a^rn o-ritffT-?:-:-:  zmrMMm  Cigarette-. Papers  Lar_e Double Booh  120 Leaves       .   . f&  Finest You Can Buy.' ^_V  AVOID IMITATIONS "  ^***w^y^'*������  I   Chew ft after;  every inetil  -^3      Et tsaimnlatca  ������������  appetite   and.,  nlds *tll0c������tlon.  Ill makesZyomi'  \ <$\ MBf   t| - loodrtoyou more  li relieves flint ������fl������ily Icellnor  n Iter Ate arty eatina*   ;  Willten-i leeII*-  '��������� w e c Ie Tk 01  l>r������ntl* ami!  Il'-'tncjioo-ly  i,m*������i  N arrow I y Escaped  p'cath  Wlieh"   tl^e   cJobed    automobile '* In  whiclr #e^-^ere riding; was struck by  a ;'*itra'lni tiit- Waikervllle -recently^ J.  BurfcjB, escafiied t,hrouigli^ft hole torn in  tho roof ov"the caiv.: while the tfutomo-  blle was being dragged,. 75 feet, and  Franlc O' BrJ en Jmnpo d.' to -;' safety-  through tho"' door" of "Tlie, car, which  was  thrown-opon' hy th*),crash,'".  ; Approximately 1 jipO-,000'.. persons  die each year in the"^ UnlWd States,  government statisticians figure.      #-���������>'���������  *  It -will prevent Ulcert--ted Throat,������������������  At the first symptoms of sore throat,  which preBnges 'ulcoratlo-n.and Inflam-*.  million, tftlcb a spoonful'of Dr.- Thomas'  IScleetric Oil.     jjidd* a little sugar to  it to make it palatable, 7 It will allay  tho Irritation nnd prevent tho ulcera-  |-tion and swell Ins thnt are so painful.  I Tlw<"-* who werp- perlod-lerilly  Ri.i.h3*-ict  \ to nul-isy Imvo thus made thom.Bol.vcs  Ironrono to nttnclc.  rlunoarlant- For, Alberta  it Is understood..;that four thousand  HutiRnrlpn's and two thouffland C-!echo-  Sloyhtns will- ia tho ���������near "uturii coupie  to :Calgary,;,,irom'^whero.., they ;wilh; h������  distributed throtiieliaut"'tlio'"' wost. /  "4  \Y\    N.    u,    i  V," >  Mlnnard"-! Llnlme-veR*IIewes Colds  .    v- ���������      ��������� ���������-���������'   .���������  FACE A SIGHT  ES  Large and Red. ItcHed and  Burned- Cuticura Heals.  A* My face was Itchy and broke out  with larce, red pixtiploo. Thev were  Bcattcred all over toy face and Itched  and burned so that I scratched which  cauned them to grow larger. I could  hardly sleep: ut night. They were a  seal torture and ray face was a sight.  ^Tho trouble lasted about three  monftha. I befjan uoIhr- Cutlcura  Soft-* and Ointment and the first  treatment -topped , the Itching nnd  after uahiK two ctiices of.Cutlcura  Soap and one box of Cutlcurk pint-.  mene I wao healed."- (Signed) MIbb  Or������ Qoulette^ It, F������ D. 4t Box 8-6,  Borce; Vt,. Motels 2^,viy������22i" , '  Usw Cvn.lcur-i &oap, Ointment and  Talcum ex<"luelvalyj..foe every--day  toiletpwpoae-u   ,'(, .  BkmvI- Ktu-brrM-b-r U-M. Ad^rtMi ������������������t*m_*uilXlyt'  IU4, ������������������ H* V.4,% HI., W.. M������_-r*-l." Koltl *vt>ff-  yrUwrw, Mn������pg������n, Ui������itn.aiU,.''owwtlWin, ���������.i.tmmzoa.   u  UUQ*   Cuilcur*So-tbi���������Ii-V4*������,<vrlihawltmu������. 1  M. iiii������i������ M.I..IMIX.I.I.OI ir '!.������������������ 1 -..ii'im ��������� - ' *mi  Quebec woman suffered from a com-  plication of kidney, troubles, and  found relief in Dodd's'Kidney Pills.  Ste. Perpetue, P.Q.���������-.(Special).^���������The  value of Dodd's Kidney Pills as a  household remedy is" shown, by the  following* statement of Mrs. E. Morneau, a well-known resident here.  "I have suffered for several months  from rheumatism, backache, pains in  the head and cramps." Mrs. Morneau  says. "I took, eight boxes of Dodd's  Kidney Pills and they have greatly  benefitted me. I recommend them to!  all those who suffer from kidney com- :  plaints, for-I have found them marvellous. You can tell others who suffer from bad kidneys that they are  very good." ^  Dodd's lilitney Pills have become a  family remedy all over the world, "because people have tried them and  found them good.; , They are purely.  and simply ��������� a kidney remedy; They  help backache, rheumatism, lumbago^  diabetes, -"heart disease and urinary  "troubles, "'-'"':' ';'7 7 ���������--������������������,  ���������   \  . _________' '__  ���������:: -��������� Altaswecle Clover ���������'���������  X- It Is expected that about' 3,00.0. lbs-  of Altaswede clover will be produced  in Alberta litis season. This valuable  clover was Introduced into the province a few years ago by the "University of Alberta. Only a very small  quantity oC seed''was at first '"available.'  MONEY ORDERS  ^Vhen ordering* kcch33 by maH  send _  Domtnioes Express Money Order,  AGENTS WANTED  TO COLLECT  SCRAP  IRON  AND  SHIP TO     , >F  "1-. J. POWELL,  415  Mclntyre BJk., AV]nnipe*|  How t@ Pwify  the Blood  "Fifteen & mirty drop, of E-ctract  ol Root, commonly called Mother <  Sei-'d _ Curative Syrup, may be  taken in -water ���������with meats, and -it  bedtime, lor indigestion, constipation and bad blood.' Persistence in this treatment will give  -permanent relief in neairly every  case." Get the genuine at  druggtals, .' ' '  *������������������������������������������ 1  ^-������.     ��������� ������������������    nji    ������������������   ������������������ 1   iw 11" ������������������-*  To Make Delicious Sandwiches  A supply oi t!lark's .Potted -Meats  gives you -delicious sandwiches at a  moment's riotlco. Suitable Tor luncheons, teus������~ late- * suppers, pC-y_lc-i.  Give them' to the kiddles between  ineuls.  "Let the Clark Kltchenis help you."  THK NnV  nttHOH  REMKDV.  THIERAPIOW 1^0.1  THERAPION Wo 2  m TPBofl e������-_i& J% PtECJS^J ErvO __  ���������0.1 ter DladderC-uu-rV, Wo, -far Blood *  ���������Itln OiiuMUMk. H������.3for���������lironleW������.R.IineiiB������..  i-ot.miiv*.i-.m������iKaenrwiBT>.*-i������*icKiH KK(-.i.k'vi>,s������.  Du.-l._.Ca.-.*c UcJ.C^.l I -v.* r������tw U15 J. 1-1 ,W���������������, t.iw -San,  ei cu.ii. SI rvoun.Pt'iMTST. r������st. Tok-osio.  ��������� -   314.   to������. 'Mt   -itat-tu-   Wisr,    M������KTR**I~  C.P.T1. Demonatratloni Train  In corijimctlort---ivKh ttho n-rctonrton  service of the provincial department  of agriculture, tho Canadian Pacific  Railway will operate apcclal enrss oyer  Its Manitoba llh������>8 to'demons I rate field  and foijlder crops. A cnrlond of alt  'varleUcs of seed will bo  carried  for  distribution    at    tho    points   visited.  Forty districts will bev visited.  (VHnard'a Liniment for Sprain** 1  OGILVIE Goads are dependable  Wg���������_ir Plti������_#_*  We have a foil  stock of  OGIX-VIE'S   ,  Baby Chick. Food  Developer  and  nT m. n������_-f������������(������^J|  _-*_*.--- IS.M������-    *SmMA  & %jr-_!is&_jr  epic's;  Jacksons  THE CRESTON REVIEWi'e^fa*piw^?*"iM timhe* b^kere*  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C. .  Subscription :~S2.50 a year in advance.  93.00 tki U.S. points.  O. P. Satbs. Editor and Owner. >  CRESTON. _ECC. FRIDAY. MAY 18'  ���������n -. **���������"  * ^ ^-       ��������� -������    ���������*=- w    w������-_,__ ==������_,*<_-*  Class    2_ .^Manufacture) ��������� 555 ���������**& taw-ihg'and the firms exclusive**  .    _- -j.  ,������.-    .   -  .    _        -    -   ��������� -   _    .4 .������* -   _���������      _ >- ~ *y  * f.^- i  j;  LETTERS T9 THE ED!T08 !  Wtmld Like 100% Signed  Editor Bevibw-  SlB,-t-Just a few lines to those  growers who have not joined; np  with^'the Creston Co-Operative  Fruit , Exchange. The -writer,  through theL. B"C. Fruit. ,Company  of Lethhridge, Alberts-, being in  sole charge of .your selling organi-  nation ^ has promised the board of  the-j-xchange to render services"  tha. wiii- Ret for the growers 100  per cent, consumption and highest  possible-result*, Ths-refore-, we request that you join _������p 100 per  cent, strong. Yours on behalf of  the B.C. Fruit Company, /Letb-  bridge: Ai I.INDI_BY.  firms, includes sawmills, planing,  lath '.aaid' ^shingle, mills,' "veneer  plants, 3B.sk a-t4 door factories'-and  into furniture. - -  "  ClasB 3/^pjftnbution) ��������� 413  ���������2*-������sB" inclnd&Sr* *1 umber eKportei-s,-  *vholnsaIei-_r!niHsber dealers, aeoonn-  tants, inspectors and wool-raids. '-  There is also a fourth "class,  which migh't..eom prise the tugboat  owners solely engaged hi Jboom_and  ly mannfacturong Jogging jan-i~ saw  mill- equipment.:'- (This class is not  included in tha present estimate).  -_r"e**_.         ���������*���������*_��������� _ ������     ������_������ _. _. 3Z,  a? irj-y jsi������non s aossars as a ������ugs  sum. It represents at least one--  third of the total industrial payroll  of she Province of British Columbia  and at a , conservative estimate  proves the means of"su poort for at  least a -quarter of rits total population, V      ~ -  Aogfsean Oh������roh Service  SUNDAY,  '-.i-.^ ���������*-'''"*-  -  '���������$���������  ������*'.._.-   ���������������*   _.  __  "  *  T.ov |-*.su.  'i"5������r  Pian6fifrte0f Organ end.  Singing ^Lessons  -* ���������, -'  i��������� .- -   ������  AR2HUR 4JGLLIS, Creston  ���������    J-    -   ..;   ".- i>.0. -^-'W - - '    "  "* -T "  s.   -\   I ;-~*'  ADQE  i  No. 1. 4-meb  V      --a*.-  at  per i.  '... A? THE Miil-i-  ��������� J *-     *  Gaeyan Gity Lumlier  D0!51iS3.T-f, Ltd.  SJ&M MiBSB  *-^wff**__P-^r^**_f*-'"'   aSnu&mvSiwi  to Order  New Stock of    7  Harness  Second Hand St&re in  connection  jffl|^B mHB^^^ JW'^M^pjSHM effl^B ^BB_l mmWsmW __r  5/ic_ and Harness Resmirimsr  Loyal Orsnge Lodge, Ho. 2095  Meets THIKD THURSDAY of  each month at MercantUe  Flail. Vi������itiDK brethren cordially invited. *'  BRICOL8DN. W.M.  .and Personal  Mr. and Mrs. Boh JStephegs sfre this  week moving from the Funs cottage on  Victoria Avenue into their-fine new  home ni'-E*. tl-������������-T_ngli-"h-Oh������!"ch i-ectos*-?.  Mr. Benblej- and family are moving,in-  t������-j ������������_ ijuuse vacated  i>y the Stephens.  The Kootenay .orchestra, which  made it������ first. public appearance a  <-oiipie of weeks ago ������t the Conservative at hoBile ai*e having- weekly pr-tc  lices and will be available for all such  functions as -well us da-nce.**) from now  on. It" is in chargt- of W. Hendy,  with Miss Evelyn JUevau a������ the other  violinist; Geo. Young, piano; _>n  Mawson, clarionet; Fred Smith, cor  net; Geo. Mawson, saxaphone; and  Fred Hale, drums.  -*��������� t ������������������ *v.  At the X<iberal nmninatinp- convention at Nelson on Monday nighty John  5ior^������-oss^ a'.farmer "cih'^thv- "Granite,  iSoad,, near Nelson, was selected as  camSidHt*-' for the CreBt-o-rs.^ riding at" a  well attended fleeting. - Mi*. Non-cross  was a prominent speaker in the Farm-  er-Labor platform along with I* W.  Humphrey, M.&., in 1921. Mr. Nor-  eross is at present.on a trip to Victoria  in connection with some matters affecting bis constituency, but will start a  tour of the riding e*rly"ne_t week, ft  is expected.   ���������:���������;:'  The one act girls hoarding school  comedy, "The Trouble at Satteilee'i*,"  wars presented in the Parish Hall .on  Friday night by the girls', bible class,  with Mrs. F. H. Juckson playing the  title role, and supported by quite a  talented cast including Misses "Winnie  and Edith Palfreyman, Joyce Moore,  l������ily Will-on, Mora Payne, and Phyllis  Hamilton. In addition tn the play  then* were a couple of choruses by the  clans ami solos by John Hall, jr., and  Winnie Palfrey man, the HCConipaniHts  beinu Misses Jan Hall and Edith Pal  frevraan. There was quite a good  turnout of Christ Church parishonerR  -ind the collection, taken goes to the  nickel fund.  Annual Payroll  $50,000,000.00  LUMBERMEN  FAY HUGE  PROPORTf ON OF WAGES  iN &&������������������������������������     '  is  PflOVIHCIAl ELECTIOMS' ACT  Creston Electoral District  Notice w hereby given that I nh������J).  on Monday, the 10tn day of May, 1991*,  nt the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at the Court Hoiiwe, NeVeow-  hold a sitting of the Court of R*t-Ulo<n*  for tbe purnose of revising thw list of  voters for tno said Electoral District  und of hearing and determining *������ny  i������nd all obJActioitM to the retentwei* i������f  any name on the said lin-t, or to the  registration ..aa a voter of any applicant for registration, nnd for the other  purpon^M set forth in the Provincial  Rlf-ctlons Act.  Dated at Nelson, B.C., this 11th day  of April. 1024.  tin CJAHJF,8IKJL������|  Registrar of Voterw^  Creston Electoral District.  Sum   Exceeds Provincial Revenue lor -Last Three Years.  This estimate in not a rough and  ready one, but is carefuiiy calculated from the latest statistics made  available by the Workmen's Compensation Board, ihe Do par t mo nt  of I*ftbor, Vietoria, and tho Dbmin-  There are over 3,fP00 firms ex-  cluaivoly engaged in tho production, maiiuraoturo and handling of  B.C wood product*. They mn.y be  divided into threo olnnnsM:  Class  1   <Itew   materinl)���������2,053  Bl^WW^   'irfctf4u.f|**!    1*%rp*������4wn r*   **mm**mn. + $r%w**.  pole, p^t and   tit*���������-"���������camps,   timber  oruiooro and  forest oiigh-caKi. acal-  & -  CI  ^/  mm  MS  *;^  H. *B. Somerville's glovving romance of France in the Six- "t-  teenth Century���������an ago-ohirjfeuci^a.^searing hatred���������=s 7 - ^ :  noble in bondage to his enemy through a debt-of honor .   Z :"       -"//  .  ���������the  challenge of a womanV scorn-���������-aiid. diit of the-   ^'V":"* - -//  bondage," an aii consuming: iove.    --'������,-   ", "    " --  ������������*!*!  ���������* --������  r-;TMa_I^A"^^_5M--i_T^_ , -*   as__?s_4-: __IPEWTK  Therefore a fevv oC ybur re^uiremerii:s  -��������� ���������: will "'be' '      .:   V,'-- :r '--Z  ^JliTEHRBJlJlE 9 -<*TT��������� JL4ST JFlLSujErSTt.m   ������^30^   J, l".  Zmmm ,  --T���������"..- .0.������_D*Sa. _KD������  Medium Red CLOVER, No. 1 ��������� *��������� 50c. Ih  Dwarf Essex RAPE - - ��������� ��������� 7- 20c. lb.  Giant SUNFLOWER - - - - ��������� 20c^ lb.  See our windows for other Seeds,' etc."  _s  SttS-S  Wm  GMjHh KSES jflffijW **Wi��������� _ffi&_ En H ,        JHB ������9 mm |H|_. __&3k   J_L  __ HI H_H ���������1 *M     ���������mmm __���������__ _tfHk m ___ _���������___'   _��������� ' _a ��������� W "aW '  mm{m%m%d^M:%mrM^ly.   ���������WB_k_B m^__rji^LB xi  B  B_____ai    ' ^J^'^JI BWBB',7_^lH m   fl'  LIMITED  SB  >i������^<>litiillwitiiiiii^iiiwiiWi>www>iM^ ^rv- u, '��������� A,~> J "tjif ?AAii "-*'>!?\%S 7 X  .-    "ST  c * t .' - rt   ,  .-^-   -1..  THM CBESKpON  BETOBW  ______  j_r^_*T*   a-**���������   ���������,-���������������* ������������^.^C_- ���������������-**..-���������-������_-m**1- ������_r ______   ������-������%������_ ������������������* rf������     n������LiV>   _"_���������������_____���������_��������������� "fti-a-   ira_a__r__-   _"_?_ *  .lay early in the falL , CHICK FEBB   and \fll__. MASH  give  fcheni a start. - DEYETOKERkeeps them, -growing;    BUR-T������������  _"7 ���������"��������� -  Local ask! Personal  Cit8t->n*e:Vj8 of tije P. Burns * butcher  ahop"---ar^-ino-fe^b<-ing supplied with  fr^sh"kslled"|rs^Sn"fed beef from Alber-'  TTTkTCT A T- ICM-kTTT Tl*tr^ ���������WkdTVf-fc i~" _-.������-.������������������������  ?GRAI_T BATXOST for Cows,  _htri s standard" Fertilizer. 'Nitrogen 6%,,Phosphorie :Aeid-  10%, Potash 4 per eentt __ For Strawberries 'Phosphoric - Acid is  very necessary. /"-Nitergen is-available for* immediate ^ use in the  form of Nitrate of Soda "and the balance from organic,source.  *Tn a dry time plant F������od that is available early is essential.  Use Standard Fertilizer and increase *he,yiejd.>?������ \    ��������� ~\  UU-* cass.* or ^iiscai. ^wssj_ continue SCI  come in until--a 3ocal supply ^of equal  quality is available.      7 .- -\i  " From present-^ppear'4-rices there will  ^beJ^mte^gOocl turnouts of-; Creston;  -people 'at* *> the ".community" picnit*'- at  Porthill on"Sunday, May J8fc$ Which  is billed for.; lis, o'clock .noon.. JThe/e  will be������pWcbifikking-and the Creston  Upkeep and TunBipig  costs    of- * Chevrolet  , -    - -^ -   -���������.��������� _ ���������  are stettmliv ic^tsiaLO  those of caps whose  chief-appeal is price-  ^_y  _*_S ������-__2_S.- i fiT __���������___ I* ������_.   ������-_-T_M_ 17=   "ISifl s       s =  3_7B'������_3_$S .. 5 5_^s**is^i:. wa m m ��������� _-. - ifHH-f     a ������  baseball club "wisi  meet   the"  f'orthilS  i n������ t;psc pi i_awiess  _.___*" K *_J_I trthi **-  a_^tr    *_^_i  nine in-^the-first-game ������nthe season.    .-<-  ' "MeM-ri-;" G������ %,BayIe-*,_;i/t. J.! IBoydv  C7--FU Hayes ������a_Sf.Alex, uidgate wert"  the delegates from town to the I_ihef^l  nqmiuatitirg^cohvent-ion at NeiBonon  M*>nday night. "-The number ������f "dele^  gates f*ro"m the cither polling places in  Cretston Valley was the' largest ,erer  ever a������*en at a l������itis-ra] nominating con-*  ���������I  -   ^ ^*.     -   ���������' *  ' 1^ ������������������''���������j -     " - '  8 Tlrejaist chaiice to jz-et on the voters  list will be provided on Tuesdavlifter-  -noon and-Wednesday morning'ne-ft  at Creston. An evenim? sitting 5if the  court of re'visif ������n will be ,h**ld at Kitch -  ener/������n-Tuesday, and jl noon anct tdiort  aflermmtiA session at- Wynndel on  4yedne*da"_-. rA&oer official ;ftnnoance-  ni<*nfiM-lse������rhei*e. " - ^*  ��������� x^ . . -     -.-     r^       --  vj_t������upe A. r-Cturipbell, hi-ifjagp-r.of the  West'Kootenay jPower & - Light Company, R������ssland,lVra������ 11 busin**-*s visitorJi  here on Friday "aBid Saturday, ill com " j  pany with W.- J^t EL Biker, of Nelson,  the water iigiitH.tini.noh engineer,-and  spentniost*������f tHeir^ime on an-observation tons^of the   flood" jsitiia tion   on  Koo*lebav~Fl������iti.>:'     ~ f  > '  " " C,r7< -  -   Boh Stephens-had quite a close call  frora^. ~e~r*i������ugPv.Susshnp on Thursday  night last>Whjgfcrthe horse he was riding *,shied -at' atr' automobile .whilst  crosMng_.ithe.^j_loa.t Hiver bridge.  Swerviog -suddenly in front oi the- car  the hoj*se had } its front legs broken  and had.to h** shot. i������hilwt Mr. Steph-  ens was severely?Sh������.ken up.    _ -  - J.. F. "_-Qbin8oi-'i who recently moved"  I litiia 1  mmmsw^sMsim. a  TF  1 B &���������  UMHIttiE  A&Efiirs;  CKffiVIK>"iKT MOTQ-gQAHS ANI>  * ������������������ -*RIK'*l>*r "t^"-( l_-*__l   "^. m.  _.JL*-v/'iMrjca_i>-i _, "-  JFAIRBANKS-MOESK LIGHTING  -  \  - -A -  a colossal drama of bravze ITiikon days wfeen  to-the gold CGiintry t  romftne^^n-et^t-^ Kc?th  X- 3s=w=^;-''-'-fe^r������2^5-~������"--  ���������������-- * 7* -Us*: - '-"*"" -<��������� "���������-  *-���������" '       ---   x- ^fi"?    -*p "J"  H'S  J> J-. -  I  O    EHlDf-IC-   &    f*fw      If  r - DUili^S 4K l*U.i Li  :,     MEAT MERCHANTS  . TRY OUK  SHAMROCK FORK SAUSAGE  - . An economical dish, easy io ������erve. ,  *w* -. ������.  Shamrock Brand HAM* BACON and LARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY SUTTER-  Gcvernnseht grsded; highest quality.       -  PRESIf and CURED PISH  f * all varieties.  Choicest BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  . JSORNS' IDEAL POULTRY POOD  increases egg production and produces batter poultry.    Buy the best.  I  1  e  oilers  * *  A JESSE D. HAMPTON Production  "      tviih an All-Star Cast t  Milton Sille*, Anita Q. Nilsson--Barbara Bedford", Robert Edeson, Mitchell  Lewis, Noah Beery, .WallaceMcDonald, F-frd Sterling, Rockliffe Pellowes,  ' Xiouise Fazenda, Sam dev������rasse and others. ���������  Ziit the sign of  the Yellow Box  Get the film,...(t^t;-pctt8:. tiev;pix:turc-  v.  here frbin-EJdjuorifon/Alta., will have  chaise, of"the-'^_%thodi8t-Church ser-  vice^Bfit|'4"k-es^pi-i'3^r the n*>*_t two Sundays, and f oi-.e^^Jing worship on 'the  18th it is annfewaced that a re������l song  st-rv>������>will \\������&fe������&j5$e. Adlafd Is  "taking the seryiiees atCatiyon and Lister invthe ab**ence of Mtv Encx.  ^ The ladies are J^mifided7of the\ May-  Day Fair the Ladie*i* Guild of Christ  Chut cli are haddingjn the Parish Hall,  Sat������|i-day afternoSn^- May. 17th, from  2.30 to Q o'clock.r ".Thej-e will be a sale  of plain sewing, produce, home cook  ing, candy an-rice* cream, .white the  afternoon tea will be served in. tht*  pnpulai" cafeteria style. Everybody is  invited.   - , r  15,000 eastern brook trout were  shipped in from Nelson" hatchery on  Siiturdav last-in charge of one of the  hatchery officials who, with the assistance of^Fied Smith" and Milt Beam  imanediately transported them to  Corn Creek, vrhere they were turned  loose. 25,000 of the same specfes went,  through the same day to be put in  Meadow Creek at Kitchener.  Cranbrook Roman Catholics tire  planning to erect a new church.  'S~    -A mWm\M~ __A"_E_K*_r_l  m#m _r-l_J������ii#9irs_J  Assfo tLwmg Wau&o  "PAINTER  ~T*fee possession of a certain  'ffc-daOiu'ESt of seo^v -natMney iaam |������-  valiiable aid to a fasreaer innaee-t-  iifcg emsrgenci���������s_as ttiey arise.  Yois ������ea_t soda possess, sufficient  ready money for unexpected  steeds by opening, a Savings  Account at tttis Bank *md add-  .issgtoltr^niarlyr   ^ --*-  1!S4PERIA_L   B-AJMK  -->--._  q. W. ALLAN.  OF CANADA.  CEBSTON BRANCH,  ..' r.  Z>Z~Z Wt��������� Jiave your size.  Just as you couiit on Kodak FUmj  you cati count on our developing" .  and printing service* Films^carc-  lully developed;prints painstakingly  made; work that's fight and right  on time-���������that's our reputation.  mLpSlil^L. II "Jl'-JJ^^V'^^r3!,' M-.'-vV 1ff^.R,5'V'|L-*���������i  -" -- '      Efrugs & Stationery .  Exclusive Agents for Spalding's  /        Athletic Goodsm  Estimates given.  CRESTON  VSO!  >xmrmm *-���������".'!!  gsasas������B5������s������9Be!E^^  MKSHtSSSX  WATER   NOTICE  -:';::;.:-7.,..  JJOT'ANDS-fOllAGB  '  Talxo notloo that tho Weafc kootonay Power  8c Light Oomnnny, "Llmltod, whono nddroas lo  Itoi-dand, D.O., wlfl apply for a Ucoriuo to take  and una (178,500 acr������ fee); and to at-oro 070.800 aero  foot of water in low wiitor period out of Kooto-  nay lAko, whloli flows wootorly and drdlna  Inw Columbia ltlv������rfttpaBtIo������ar.       n   -'.."  The storage dam will b& locatoa at Qranlte,  c"w)-iit^  tlio ntroam at tho dam ottoI ati dfahlto"*indua������I  at Uii woirka of.tho Corapany on Kootenay  RlvorT^iuid/wlltlMi UBgd i&r power parponoB  ?.ppnrtonant to tho worku and .undortaklnas of  hrSOoiai-qnir. ^  .       ., .     77  Th5a ttopoo wonjjootod on the -ground on tho  tth <W of May. lflGi    ,    , ��������� ;���������...-  AL copy at UrtB notJoo^andan applloatloii. pur-  outtnt tlioroto, andto U10 Watw Act. 1014. wUl  be mod In the office of tho wator tVooordor,  -    * T  Journeys Far and Near  _N travelling), n reserve ___&"_ maat  be carrieJ. to n_eet cnaereytiacira.  C-aIi may be lost or stolen. Our Tra-  vcllea'a CbeQMee/-ts_ued lo vario-us  amounts to fill your requirements, are  "safe aiid convenient.- Try them.   *  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  . Capital Paid Up $2ty0O0g0OO  - ^McB&rve Band $20*000^000  Cietton. Branch  C O* Bennett^ Macuiecir  at Nelflon, "3.C.  Will TW) nmA  tho. powow" ������p  hold by tlio OoTnpan**.  in nrhnnnation ���������with and nndor  i-tuitod unitor Bpocial Act now  and any lnt*i^t������dt>oieoil tnny tUo u| ptyootlon  tlioreto. In. tho ollloo ������f_ tho Oo-_^^ufir ^of  Wfetor l&taTl-Wll*iffi,onfc B-UldiiiBB, T^Mte,  IJ.O,, W tlio.L Bald Wator noooraor. wlUtin  thirty day" oitor tho Mrat appearaneo of this  " lliodato of tho fltftit piabuoatloaof thlsnotlo  May lift, lOSI, v  IXMlNl! A. ������AMTBB__v A������������nt.  Steam  'and  Hot Water  ini-*---������ji tl 11 __f  Sheet Metal Wofk.    A good stock of  and Pipe Fittings oio hand.  ^>^^^^^_- V|_^      ^A       ������^_to 4MMMMtt_   MNi VM#     ^^SNNitt^*Li  dMiW1 -*- mwfK   Wftrnm* i|l> ^L ^W__i       ^Sip-  M    m ^k    ^fc     if Q    M ^k. _r   __T /-_E__r ___   J^_l      _TO_       l^_k B  mi-mi ^������   ytp, if       *   n ��������� j^    v������^    w ��������� ^-wu p-������   g^     pr ~a      1   ���������m *t  m^r^^. m   .#"%. 'ii'  Ml'  ^*W^?ff!^? nsBM-j-rMCTKaMQcq-i  ts*n-���������an���������ran-a���������wo-*x~  V-.Cj-.v* ���������  /  THE   KEVIEVY,   JCRESTOX,    B.    a  -" ___        -   -   : - A  OS^  ������& Tea  Folks wb������ want the  very bast dse  RED ROSE ORANGE PEKOE     *���������  r-  X.,  WW  *..  __r  Tlie Time To Get Busy    '    7 *  ������ ' -_  With the month of March drawing to a close Western Canada makes  ready for that annual renewal of activities "characteristic o������"*th(e country;  While all Canada fis, broadly speaking, a country of seasonal occupations, this  is especially true of the Western prairie provinces. ' J-n the "East msniifsctur-  ing proceeds throughout the year, but the greatest period of activity" is in the  summer. The men who labor in the "lumber mills in the summer, disappear-  in the woods during the win teiv. felling the trees to make summer operations  in the mills possible. " But even in the East the coming'of Spring means the-  beginning of real activity.  Here in the West, with the exception of coal mining in Alberta, the coming of Spring is the signal not only for the commencement of farm operations,"  but for renewedJbuilding operations, the carrying iorward of municipal works  of all kinds, load building, raiiway construction���������in a "'word, all "those activities to which a stop is put during winter weather.  It- means the opening of navigation on Canada's lakes and rivers, the  inauguration of the immigration rush, a veritable Rip "Van Winkle awakening  from the slumber of winter.  And with this great awakening at hand it behooves the people of Canada  to resolve as individuals and as a nation to make the most of 1924. New  Year's Day may fall on January 1, but Canada's real New Year's comes with  the passing of winter and its more or less enforced idleness, and the advent  of Spring with all its opportunities and possibilities. . 9  The year presents itself as one full of promise. Business conditions  throughout the Dominion have "been steadfly improving. Betterments have  been recorded from month to month tor sbme time past in\Canadian trade  returns, In Bank Clearings,^in railway earnings, in the declining mimber'of  commercial failures, in all those_Uiings wherejiy we -measure the material  progress and welfare of a conntiy. And the business barometer-is raising;  it indicates fair weather ahead. ~ ��������� . _     '  ���������Coupled with these favorable -signs is a grim determination in evidence  in all directions to "go easy" in'the matter of immediately unnecessary ex-'  penditures and the accumulation of debt. The watchword in Canada today  is "strict economy'' consistent with efficiency and service. The popular demand is not for further large public expenditures, which means more debt, but  retrenchment and debt reel action leading to lessened taxation.     "  These are.all favorable symptoms in the body politic.. But something  more is required to provide that; addeidimpetu-f so essential to a real revival  oi productive activity throughout the whole Dominion.' With the commencement of building operations each year,-there crops up the, question of wage  schedule, hours and conditions of labor,, etc., etc. After a winjer* of idleness,  artizans*} and laborers under the direction ol" their Union leaders, make demands for the maintenance of wages at the old war-time peak. The miners  ��������� ask for it, so do the lumbermen" and the transportation workers,, and flnally  the artisan and laborer. The net result is that building costs are so hign  that construction works of j*JJ kinds are discouraged and abandoned ."because  it beconres unprofitable for the man with money to invest to proceed.       t  Instead of the wheels of industry beginning to revolve and gather momentum as they should, they are clogged at outset; instead of employment her  coming general, another period of almost winter stagnation ensues. Vaiu-  abl-r time is lost and a month.or more of our all too short building season is  gone-before anything worth  while can be accomplished. ...'  The workers are thus standing in-tlieir own light and sacrificing their', own  best interests. Acceptance or a somewhat lower and more reasonable wage  in view of existing conditions would soon develop a situation where there  would he steady employment Tor all; work would be available earlier in the  year and with the; volume of work started would continue later in ijie Fall.  In thf- long run each n>an would earn more in the season through the additional length of sime employed, while the number to me employed would - be  vastly increased.  As a result of the greater activity, larger sums of money would he placed  in a--'live circulation, all busine.SH would benefit, and, because of larger turnovers by merchant-!, prices r>s' necessities to the consumer-would he lowered,  thereby RlvFitp: ������ r-rea������er purchasing power to the worker's-day's pay* and  more than com pen ��������� wit ft ��������� for th.** fact, tlva^such pay was somewhat smaller than  he was inclined to demand.  Th<- b--Kr. inu-nwis or our people, and of Canada as a counti'y demands  that,, with ihe opening of our annual Benson of activity, avory person get to  work just hm quit-lily a������ poHHible anjl work with diligence and urn  vigor until winter i-g:������ln ������iepn in and cryn a hall:. What, Canadians should  film ai I his year is not. a 'minimum oi'������ working hdurs, but, the full maximum  ot* which they are cipiihle eonni-slent wJth proper protection of health and  lhe un Impairment of I heir mental faculties -irul physicn^ Hlrungth.  The B,elgiant.coal "output for January  was 2,000,000^ tons,, the greatest sinee*  the armistice. *        * '     ,    *     "7  King, Georgev'w^ll ,not race  his  big.  ya_ht, r"_rita*n"_ia, -i*thi3 year,'in con sequence of lack, of competitors in her  class. *  .'-The "Ba*itish ^Government does "not  feel/it can intervene officially-with the.  Russian Soviet. Government to-obtain"  release"oE -Catholic .Church" dignitaries  imprisone'd^hi. Russia! ' f  ; The first, list of aJpanese army officers dismissed as "a part o__.the- army  "limitation policy adopted by the government in' 1922, has be^en - published.  It includes 13 lietftehant-generals, 40  -fl-fagor-generals and ISO colonels.  Page boys in London hotels are  learning to speak French. The .managers say it. will be helpful both, to  hoys and guests' when the crowds begin arriving in April for the.great  British Empire Exhibition at Wembley. '��������� . _."--"  The ground floor of a magnificent  wing of one of the most imposing imperial palaces of Vie__si soon is-sio "be  opened to' the /public as a fashionable  restaurant, icake shop and- wine^roona.  In the* last" named will be dispensed  the choicest vintages of the former"  imperial cellarsr  v���������*  CUT  PLUG  rlxm) >C0V  \   .- ���������  .4,'JZ.  U-vffes->5  unnni?  Ailing  TnEfA^nvr'-iT  in&2_lHIl.m  %hJiW.    dS^jh  B_7_?_fE7!_T  lJJH.ri_r   ill"?LP   lill KO-i-t" 1  ike Yi Ih  Imm^dkm^*  mgdens  a  s fifesli-  \jdoj2Xi& ^duttMrpouu.  By    Dr.  Dr.  People    Made   Strong  Williams' Pink Pills,  Williams'   Pink   Pills   do   one  thing, and do���������it well.- NpThey build up  the blood, increasing the   number  red corpuscles.     _&s this is done the  blood becomes a richer red andris able  to carry naores*"ojxygen, the great supporter of human life.      As  the blood  improves in quality the tissues ot the  body    are   "Better    nourished"and the  functions of the body are better per-  The record Cor the greatest distance  ever - walked   in .one  da,y4^:127   miles.  ���������������������������*_  ."1  nf  England.  "V*i   -  formed.      This is the jreason Dr. Williams'  Pink  Pills have  been  so., successful   m  the  treatment of diseases  due to poor, thin blood, and it is also  the>reason why they are so successful  in  building  up   strength after  fevers  and    acute   diseases.      Among    those  who have used Dr. "Williams' Pink Pills  with great advantage is Mrs.  Helena  "B.   Taylor,  Hanover,   Ont., who   says:  "Not long ago I    was    critically    ill..  The trouble started with anaemia and  a   -run-down    system, and .ended with  pleurisy.      I was  confined to nry bed  for    three   months    and three doctors"  ���������were in attendance at'different times,  "My   life:  was despaired Of, and I was  practicaLly living   on    doctors'   medicine,    because    I could hot eat.      My  friends did not expect irie to .recover^  During    my    girlhood   -Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills had brought me through a  severe attack" of    ahaeinia,. and    my  mother urged that- I, should, try them  again.     The doctor could not. understand   why   we   wanted ,to try tliese  pills, but we decided, to do so...    After  taking six boxes a decid'ed.clv^ige w&s  talcing place. .   I was actually getting  hungry  and  anxious''"to  live.      After  using twelve boxes    a    miracle    was  worked.      I    could   walk and felt my  strength coming back, ahd .people on  all sides were asking what was helping me, and we were not slow In telling them it was Dr.. Williams'  Pink  Pills.     With my health fully restored  through   the    use of these pills I am  a striking example of what this wonderful    medicine   ca*n   do, and now I  never see a" pale or sickly-lpoklng erlrl  or woman that I do not feel like going*  up to her and asking'why she .does hot  take Dr. Williams' Pink Pills."   .  You can get these plls through any  dealer In medicine, or by mail'-at 50  cents a box from The DivWilllams'  Medicine Co., Brockvllle, Out.  Cause of Asthma'. "--No one can say  with certainty exactly what caust*s_thej  establishing of asjfehmatic- conditions..  o"i"-|-Dust froha the street.* from- flowers,  from grain and various other irritants  ���������may set up a .trouble imrAissible' to  eradicate except through a sure pre--  garation such as Dr. J&. D. Kellogg's  Asthma Remedy. Uncertainty may  exist as 'tp cause, but there can be no  uncertainty regarding a remedy which  has freed a . generation of asthmatic  victims from, this scourge'of the bronchia! tubes.      It is sold everywhere.  * Britain's War Debt ������b Canada  _     at      _A._ ......i.        S-J.._        __.__  nnjUBUMCiik     nao     ������->������ii_n.  Payment Will Be* Made Soon  " The Canadian Press learns that an  adjustment of accounts." between, Canada and Great Britain "xith reg-ard to  war liabilities has been made, and the  amount that Canada is toVreceive has  been settled.   ,  The Dominion - will -receive from  Great Britain certain Canadian bonds'  and a -sum in cash. The whole payment will amount to between $8,000,-  000 and $10"000,000. The payment  will become operative on April 1.  Yeoman Warders tThreaten to Strike  The "beefeaters'* who- guard - the  Tower of London have threatened to  go on "strike unless His Majesty's officials'see fit to reduce", their hours of  work." -The "yeomen warders/*- as  they are- officially termed, and who  are all old army sergeants with- spotless records, claim they were prom--  ised an .additional five members to  their corps, which would reduce the  individual working hours from ten to  .eight daily. - The five have never  been appointed. ; C  .������������������<:       Should  Be, Encouraged  Women's attitude towards tobacco  nowadays���������so far as concerns the men  of her household-r-ls one of 'encouragement- rather -than, opposition," because she realizes tha t men-are better tempered when,"they.snloke.  Miller's Worm Powders act so thoroughly That stomachic and Intestinal  worms pass from the child without being noticed arid without Inconvenience  Pains in Back Subdued  r' Sore Chest Relieved  A Nova .Scotia-v Telfs'How She Over-  '*    ,'-came Her Troubles With        1  NERVILINE  "I consider Nerviline the best remedy for" a cold, sore throat or tightness across^the chest," writes Miss  Lucy Mosher, from Windsor, N.S. "For  years our home has never- been with-  but Nerviline. I__had a cold on my  chest that fourteen remedies couldn't  break up. I rubbed on Nerviline three  times a day, used Nerviline as a g*ar-  Sle and was coi���������pletely restored."  It's because Nerviline is so powerful,  so penetrating, so sure to relieve congestion, that it is: used in; most homes,  for,the prevention"and relief of a hundred minor ills. Get a 35c bottle today.  '��������� Would End. Leprosy,  A campaign to raise funds for-the  treatment of 300,000 lepers in the Brit-  to the sufferer. -They are painless, and 1lsh Empire has>een launched In Lon  Sprlrig Shows and Sales  The nnmial Rp������'l������������ IIv������rs-tocl<  and iinle nt Oilja-.-try In wchoduled for  Mnrch 2fi to US. Kdmonforv. "Murvh 31.  and April 1, -.vhll** lhe ,'tiinnml bull mnh'  at. T.ncombe will take phu-f:- on .htWf  ti and I.  .   T"    Hsirrl   -I-nd   H-nl't  show1 .Hollovvay'H   Corn  rnniH   both   yield   I o  Tien-over,   which   is  ���������.-iilli'cly  s-uiv- 10 une,  ujid  certain  nnd  j "--.atIhfactory In JI.h  fiction.  Albertta   Coal   Production  Total coal production.in.Alberta.Tor  1923    waa    6,866,023    tons,, compared  " T!i "' yvllh 5'9^'432 tons in 1922, accovdlng  on-^tI"^ Mo the annual report of tho "provincial  department of. mines. .��������� Of the .1023  production, a total of. 1,382,788 totis  with for conBumptidn ih the provlnco.  1,037.753 went to���������ol.hcv provinces, 83,-  557 to tlie United States, and tho bal-  uiLtt-  wu.s ah->orheil by' thti railways. ;���������  perfect tn action, and at all times will  be found a healthy medicine, streng*  thentng the infantile ��������� stomach and  maintaining it in vigorotis operation,  so that, besides being ah effective  vermifuge, they are . tonlcal and  health-giving In,their effects.  The plough Is generally regarded  as the most Important tool used by  civilized  man.  don. If sufficient funds can be raised It ts hoped that ''"Great^Britain will  be purged of the disease within a  generation.  "vTihard's Liniment for Corns  '.;....       V- 77    '! .   ."' .. ',.-,.'     '7..,  Neaa* Fresno, Calif., is a fig orchard  of 12,0d0 acres in extent, the largest  orchard of Its, kind in the world.  S--"f-:l*lHile rneti are yi-i in an ini-  twrU'd state. Th<-y huveirt ellmln-  a 1 ed   the nolntx  CHILDREN GRY FOR "CASTORIA"  Especially Prepared for Infants and Children of All Ages  Mother! Fletcher's CitHt'orla h-lM  been in two I'or -iv������*r 30 yi'turH ������-* a  pleris-jin!:. hnrmlesH -uiBi-aMl.ute for  Cyiilr������ Oil. rvwrKrtrX T^cfiil;.;- Bro*3;'  and Soot hi rift fly nips. Con en Ins no  n;uxollcii. Prorert dIrf-f;13'>no nvh on  *ach    packrtfiw.       l-hyalclana    evtiry-  wlier������ reeommicnd It.      Tho kind you  huvu uaw.-i.v-- liought k-4-ur-j HlKiidturo oi  ^S^cmM  Worttm anp the Hlreng'lh and undei--  inlni.* tlio vitality of children. Slreug-.  then lh-*m by hhln-y* Mrither Grhves'  (Worm Hxtcrnilniitov to clrlvo out tho.  jmrai-.lt \  B.C. Seed Potatoes  Aa 11 ri-suilt. of a iricotlni? hold in Victoria n-ceritly ol" repreHcntatlve; potato  Krovvern from -\'ai*SouB ptirtH of tho  pWivlncc, the TlrlilBh Columbia Certi-  ftfti y;eK--*-i*oiiit������ tU'owci'H^ABijoolutlon  will not for eilueutlonal purpOHi'H and  Iho HfiMi will ho nuirlceted through tlio  vnrloilM IncalK, '''"'���������.'''  ,.      ... ^,..-.  NMhnrd's  Liniment "for H������adache  ,        W.    N.    U.    1B1?  A Healtlir Secret  ,-'    ' ���������.'   . -;,:-''-;.'/'^:,'.,--.:; .    . ���������-...    .;  It is frequently claimed by pliysiciaiia thjit nine-tenths  o������ all human ilia may be traced to neglect to keep the  bowels regular and the liv_r and lddheyg actiye.  Thp rest-It la an accumulation of pols-ona in -the' eyatom-*wlilcU  cause paina iind aches and give rla-s to oitcli dreaded disoasco aa  uppc-ndlcitla^ Bright's disease, diabetes, hi������h blood prossuro, etc,   ^  Dr. ChasQ-s Kidney-Liver PIHb aro iho ideal regulators of those  vital organs because thoy act directly on tho Hv������r> kidneys and  ho-v/olii, and onauro a thoroueh   *        _:       - _____  -loanBtrijfc of tha Bystom.. ^ "NEWBOX    '  You will notice that while th-������ *mm^. "       - IH (f" 1^|������ Jf F  price of Dr. Chase's Kldnoy-  Llvcr Pills liJia boon''increaBod  to* 35 conts, tlio box now con-  talnn 9)6 pills instead of 25 as  formerly.  LiltewlBO Dr. CIiubo'h Nervo  I''c>od Ih 60 eeiktti a box of GO  pills, instead oi 50 contn a box  of HO pilltf, EdmaiDion, Kutoa  ���������& Co. Ltd., Toronto.  ���������wtn  HjP^^r : ^^^x _fib_M____________^Uw _)_������_ ^fjJBBBgltts  h^u i__wLii -wVft_BWI____-W-i?^*wy V|jJg|^Jg|  ���������-t^-���������HfffiPIMBJ_8|WM__'j j_ffl__E^_  mmmmmmmm  "4  ���������\ msm  -TTTfQ    REVIEW.    ORESTON,    B.    C.  "S^illPrd^ Source C_M DeligLt  If Fi^opi_- Metkoda Are Used  (By^Gl  A.   B.   Kroek,  Hoi-tleuliurist,  ;'i.  Canadian   Pacific ^Railway   '*-  / *"/""'-a-       -' .Company)-7      "/-        -'  --t_,t-one time there was, a general im  pression that wheat and:- other grains- aration of the soil  rich asd hcfld *.li6���������-aoi-tuiu and ea.s>y  to work. A heavy- clay soil can be  improved by adding.plenty of manure.  " A Thejiiext* consideration is the prep-  "X'his should have  _ >        Radio Jn. Canada  Mystic ,and   Cheer-Jng    Bond    Linking  -- X- i Town and-* City .Together  "Revived-"interest in radio in Canada  is revealed- in-figures issued ^recently  by .the Federal Government Department of Marine.. Since December  last'11 licenses for broadcasting sta-  .tions have.been" issued by the .department, making' a total of 45 broadcasting* st-SCtlons^'/in -Canada.     .The   new  stations are, by> provinces, located a  "V^ill- Use Gigantic_Flaskliglit  In A-n Attempt To JfcSe  iVLacJe.  To Send A  j_ **w������ ������-������**-c������j������--        *-  <ferf-      .*-    -&.  ������_������.������. v-*  were the only crops that would .grow  1 on the prairie, butr*~e kno-s-*no-v^that  ^- iJi spite "of 'many,"drawbacks. such -na.  short growing seasons, ..drought and  at times severe winter weather, many  vegetables can be grown and many  varieties of .flowers.  *.   " /  No doubt a great-many, of .the read-"  "*" -ers of this have grown flowers  around their' homes with considerable  success," but "to ** those who are still  doubtful I would suggest a visit to the  many public gardens in ���������our cities and  to our government stations, not * to  mention'"the numerous private gardens  which are being constructed in larger  numbers every year.    0 * \  Haying decided,, to snake a flower  garden you will have to choose the  style of.garden, you Want and ~wHere  you will have it. Iwonl-i recommend  " what is known as the '-mixedJborder"  rather than formal flqwer# becis, it being less trouble.and cost to maintain  and more in* keeping with the general  -" \ * <*  ^���������lt-t-^iinrl-**-*' -y- ������~     Til*-*./----      +->n_      W*"Vf-*l<c,������������*-      t-__  the side or back~o������-the lawn and do  not. make, it too promsnejit a feature  In the" frontward. *  Ofr course you will have to look to  * the_ soil, you - don't want it too light  *" and' sandy, as it_will not hold moisture,  neither   do  you  want   a   heavy  -    clajT which Is too hard -to work," but  , you siTould aim to get a soil between  these two extremes, one that jwill be  i ,  , ' .*���������*  NO MORE WEAK,  and DIZZY SPELLS  j - - -   *_   -  Since She Used --  MILBURN'S _  -  Heart and Nerve Fills   l  Miss -Bertha Charrette, Regina.  Sask.," writes:���������"I have had a lot of  trouble ^lately, with what I thought  was heart trouble,' and -after any- un-  -My. doctor advisedva'complete rest  and change, but-this I was unable to  take.  I became* interested'- in Milburn's  Heart and Nerve'Pills, so started taking them. I- have now taken thre9  boxes and am so much improved I%can  "go about jny: .daily work without feel-  SUET   ?BV   oft'*'1* -"l"    off oi o" o-nrl   Vio-i70   not  had any weak br xdizzy spells for  ". some lime. Your .medicine has done  me more ,gft0_\ than anything I have  ever taken, and I will glaaly recom-'  mend Milburn's Heart and, Nerve  Pills to any woman who is weak and  run down." *  Price 50c per box at all dealers, or  mailed-direct, on receipt "of price by  The T. Milburn Co., "Limited, Toronto,  ont.        n     ^      ���������    ���������;,  ���������������       I  Parent foxos Snvar3ably train'their  "~ young to develop their sense of smell.  Any food procured is placed at some  little distance, from the'cubs, and they  "->       are induced to "scent" it out.  MRS. ROSE CRAIG  been attended to last Fall, but we will  assume that, you had nqt then deci<|-  ed .on making .a garden, so -that"you ;  will noffeel'that you neglected an opportunity. ^ However, as soon as "tjie  frost is o_t of the ground sufficiently  this spring, I would advise you to have,  -it dug^ deeply with a fork or spade,  and if the- soil be poor, see that some  well rotted manure is worked in during the digging process.  as *t is too ear*y to- start work on  the land; I would "suggest that you "se-  Vmre a seed catalogue from some reliable seedsman. Now you "Will have  an interesting^ time choosing among  the many different kinds. of plants;  and" possibly some" worryi- if you do not  know what plants you. want "to grow.  Let.us first,consider the hardy annuals as they are the easiest to grow.  -They require no artificial,aid, such as  hotbed  or  greenhouse,  but grow and  bloom  freely in the open air.   * The  -seed should be sown outdoors as g*2pn'  as  the ground -can- be worked freely.  Thf- following kiryds are best for the  prairie    country:     Sunflower,*^  Sweet  Peas, Centaurea or Cornflower, Marir  gold". .Poppies,  Calliopsis.   Dwarf and.  Climbing Nasturtiuins,- Phlox,  Driim-r  mondi. Mignonette,-Candytuft, California Poppy, Portulaca,  Calendula  and  Sweet Alyssum. .   .    N  ** If . yoir wish to ������������������ obtain- extra early  bloom, you should, "sow seed\>f Marigold, Centaurea, Nasturtium and Phlox  indoors in shallow boxes about the  middle of March.. -Put.iwo or three  inches of sandy loan! in the box, sow  your seed and cover twice the thickness of the seed, pressing the .soil  down   with .a  board  or  the   palm of  "���������r*rvi-_-i-*   l-i-oT-ii-t J    i  ���������^When they are well out of the seed-  leaf they should be planted 3n other  boxes, in rows- about three inches  apart to allow ������hem r6~om to grow and  make strong plants. They "should be  planted  in  their_ permanent   'places  "about the middle of May." - /    "   ":  I -  ' Of the half-hardy annuals there are  several that you can use to advantage  such, as *"Aster��������� Flowering" Tobacco  .Plant, Zinnia, JSJock, Verbena, Petunia,  Pyrethrum (Golden Feather) and Lobelia. All of these can* be raised in--;  doors from seeds as outlined for the  hardy annuals but "would advise planting them outdoors*a little later, say  about the first week in June,-or when  danger of frost- is over. - -_  ' As there are few", biennials worth  tlie trouble to plant, we will not stop  to consider them. -^ ���������' '  Passing on to the perennials, we  find many old favorites such as Golden Glov, Canterbury ficll, Columbine,  Bleeding Heart, Larkspur, Iris, Perennial Phlox, Paeony, Cypsophilla,  Oriental -and Iceland Poppy, Sweet  Williamr - Pinks ���������>��������� and Pyrethrum  Roseum. _ ^  .^.^_ would  not advise to raise all of  ��������� follows:   Ontario',   5;   Nova   Scotia,  1-,"  Quebec, JL;   British   Columbia -2   and  Alberta 2".%    - 7. *  Montreal'"jeads- in the number of  receiving licenses issued to amateurs  with 6,600, -while.in Toronto 3,400 have  paid, and the ivork oC collecting the  license fees is not nearly completed.  Approximately 2S.039 radio licenses  have been^issued *to amateurs in Can*-  ao_/_p'to January 31st; according to'  the records of-the D,epartmeiit of Marine.   <���������- 7 , .  Hadio-'1 is playing an important' part  in the colonization of Canada. What  were regarded before the advent ot  radio as Isolated farmsteads in parts  of the country.^ some distance _ from  railways ' and. settlements, are now  linked with, half \he continent by the  mystic and cheering bond ^f radio-  telephony, so that isolation and distance appear 'to be, in many^xespects,  onlv meaningless ter,ms.  I iin������TlTlI  i_������ewar^  of  ImitdtioiiSi  t  .   On the Jungfrau  solved.     .   A    neighboring  jLjvm  . * Unless you seethe "Bayer Cross" on  package or "on -tablets, you are not getting the genuine Bayer Aspirin proved  safe by millions    and    prescribed    by  physicians over twenty-three years for  Colds-" ''y _"'    *   Headache  Toothache - ���������   ���������   * Lumbago -  Neuritis " . -_  -      Rheumatism    -.  Neuralgia "   Pain, Pain  A'Cfcept "Bayer.,Tablets of Aspirin"  only.- JSach unbroken package contains proven directions. Handy boxes  of twelve tablets cost few"'cents. Druggists E-Jso sell bottles .of 24 and- 300.  Aspirin Js the trade mark (registered  In Canada) of" Bayer Manufacture of  Monoacellcacidester of SalicjfTicacid.  While it -is* well known tliat" Aspirin  means Bayer manufacture, to" assist  the public against imitations, the Tablets of Bayer Company will be stamped with their general trade mark, tho  "Bayer Cross."  .-*���������*  these from seed, but rather buy the  roots or plants. There are a number,  however, that "would hot be difficult'to  raise from seed, but you/would no������  get much bloom the first year. Perennials can be left in the ground over  winter, but should bc^/coverecl with  strawy manure or other litter.      > |  ;   Of the less hardy varieties, I might j  mention -the  Dahlia, ������������������ roots  of  which j  may be planted, In the, spring, will give j  a good show of bloom duiing the!^ late  summer,.but tho roots must  be dug  up aftor'thfeflrst. few frosts and stored in cellar oyer winter.      The Foxglove and Hollyhock arc vory desirable plants but are not hasj-^y enough  to -stand a severe white*-.      .  Toronto,' Oriti.'-*-*"! From" "tho tlmo of my      Wo will assume how that, pi anting  i-arllf-f-t, Rli'lltnod rhnd nlways heard my   t,afl an-ived and that vou'nro'coinc to  another snoalc In lilRhcst, praiao ot Dr. i1      aM"cu as^" UTL yoJf--������*P-.������-<.'nt,.,w  "Piorco's Favorite  i-roacrlptlonfoK'   Btart on your fnlxed flower border.   I  wortloil'fl 'allinontsf, go It is not- at all  -would advise vou to start in a small  strangq that nj-ter 1 -married and had   wou"* ���������,        , y;     ������ swu ���������     a smuii  backaches, nervous spoils and other dls- . way and gradually lncronso as you bo-  ���������f.9S^J'i^��������� iT���������ih^.,ld wmftmbor Avlmt! come familiar with planTs and their .  my  mother had  always sa-ld, of  thia .   -       *        JS   ,      J    . .������'  Proscription, and  I fonnd it rollovojl , reaulrementa'  , For a etart you.could  1IMLotr?-y ?ch0*-i P*-lnn and nervoiifw , have a border frorh 5 to 10 feet wldbi  nosa. It cra-vo mo renewed health and ft_,,,<r,.rt������v'*->-������������������������ ������������a ^^ f~������������ a������;i'���������������������'������'I  stroiii-th and so Rrcatly  benctited  mo , aJ1^ rf0^. 20 to 30 foet IonS. or even  lUatlSiavfcttp. hciiStUhcy In Guylntf that . le^,    it    deponda    ott   Uj<j   tlmo  and  An Old Coat  My -.coat and I llvd comfortably together. It hus assumed all my wrinkles,, does not hurt me anywhere, has  -moulded itselC on my derormitlOR-^nnd  is complacent to 'all my movements,  "and t only feel its presence because  It keeps me warm. . Old- coats and  old friends arc the same thing.���������Hugo,  Shall we at last get  a  message to  Mars? '    It has been known to astron-  orr\,ers that next August the red planet  will be tnearer to us than ever in the  v        *��������� >-"  past fifteen years.- * During this time  science has been busily perfecting in-  -strumehts    for    communicating    with  Mars, and  from time    to    time-    announcements have been made *of inr  tended attempts. -s- *  The greatest of all attemptsto reach  Mars will be made by a series of light  flashes from the summit oE the Jungfrau, in the, Swiss Alps.    -��������� i  A gigantic eie'ctro-fieliographing ap--  paratus , is   'already   being. - installed,  which will concentrate the rays from  the dazzling snowfieids and hurl them  in a super-searchlight beam millions  of miles through interstellar space. -'  It is the same idea as the headlight  of a motor car.     This   consists   of   a  ^lass   lens . concentrating , the .beams,  an electric bulb and aV concave/mirror  to serve as a reflector-   .  The*\idea^ of light communication  -with Mars has often - been suggested.  It was considered possible to get the  necessary amount of light and to concentrate" it, but the problem has always 6een how to make a. gigantic-  mirror miles -square, sufficiently powerful to reflect the' ray-s millions of  miles through the air.  the question is  mountain  presents an ^>TJorrno\i<3 concave slope-  of shining snow. Innumerable great  calcium flares will take the place of  the electric bulb in the motor head-  'light, and a huge double lens eapable  of being pointed like a cannon will be  set on the topmost peak to throw the  rays against the- snow-reflector,-, and  so up through space to Mars. Ten  thousand giant. calcium flares, and a  reflector mojfe than three miles in  .diameter, will devielo'p a light roughly  estimated at two million billion can-  dleppwerT      - _.,---"  It\is with thi  I hopes to traverse the 35,000,000 miles  that will separate us -from' Mars in  August next. . Will the*Martians .(assuming Tutelligent life .exists, on-that  -���������planet) receive' and understand -our  signals.? "Then will they flash, us. back  a reply?  Some  years  ago watching astronomers /detected what  seemed  to  be  a  ���������^* ������������������  series  of  light flashes  on ihe���������planet  Mars.  Since then astronomers have w_tch-  ed   with  even  greater - care, the 'geometric lines that are by ?ome thought  J.o  be canals,  and by -others lines ot  ^vegetation.       These   change .in   color  tas the seasons pass, from red .to yellow, and  to brown, in the same way  as  our* own  landscape  changes.       II"  these  changes  Indicate  the. existence  of vegetable lire on Mars, ^lum^n life  is only one step further.  Mars is older than the earth, and its  inhabitants,.!!' there be any, have had  seme, millions of years longer tp de-  .vel.op.'...:-,":-.'.-.-,-:-v'' ...7... :������������������''������������������' ;.:.''.-:-t-: ;.7-  ThisI��������� --is the system that will probably, be  used- from..-the  Alps.       Two  -light flashes a Tew  iAien "another two;  pause,    four flashes.  seconds    apart,  then,    after    a  If  there    are  Martians to catch'the signal, they will  realize that reason "*ife."   behind   them.  Perhaps they will answer in. the same  way.  .   If their answer is  sent back  immediately   the vwhole   thing   would  ������ake less llian"seven minutes, for light  'travels 186,000 miles, per second.  *  No-less-important than the "sending  of- the "message* is the -cafching   of   a  possible -reply.   * - "-���������;  B        B    B EEa-T    B_J-   ~__  ea     -S    EB".     BBS     "~__  y villi u  Lift Off-Na Paih!  m>^^ {uy  "Doesn't hurt one bit!" 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''. for a few cents, sufficient  to remove every hard corn, soft corn  or- corn between -the toes, and the foot  callouses, without 'soreness or irritation. ���������*  Saskatchewan Creamery  Butter  *. i -"I- "j.-    - 1     The actual output of creamery but-  light that science-^   ".,-,**._ i    ������ ' -^  - 1 ter in Saskatchewan last year was 10,-  867,010 pounds, according'to the dairy  commisisoners'jreport. This was an  increase of-1,965,^65 lbs. over the. production of 1922, indicating the rapid  development now taking .pla.ee is the  dairying in'dustry In-the province.  1'iie iiiver is  the Road to  Mealtli  If the liver is right the whole system  is better off.    Carter** L-ttle Live-  Pills awaken your  sluggish, clogged-  ft  CARTERS  laffllTTLE  up liye_-*and re-  li^rvc conatipa  tion, stomach  trouble, inactive bowels,  loss of appetite, side headache and di-aaness.  You need them.  f?_sallF_l���������Sman 15_s���������������SeislII Fe&sa  VE  Purely vegetable.  _-������  GET  YOW^WkW&Bfr ROW  .V .        ���������'." '    .      ������������������ .. .-. ������������������,..-'��������� '''.:���������'."'".  SPARKLING EYE? FOLLOW  (iGOD HEALTH  1st Prize  ^555  (������12,000)  , 2nd Prize  -  $ 13,888  (������3,660)1  3rd; Prize  H\A KKK  and     2,000     other1     cnali  prlzoa.frcim prize fund or  'sl3s;aaft   <rf33p,0OO)  donat- ;  ������d     by     06������rrH     Limited V  '"..;./.-  ..;FOR THE  ;."���������";..���������-. "���������'*.; "   "   v-:^" ';.' ''���������,, ,.'���������:���������'��������� "''���������.' :'-~-''"   ' ��������� -������������������  ���������    7 :"'-'-.-'-.  Veterans' Associations* Bovril Poster Competition  w,^ch.,cldses.,ffi^ Helping:  the Veterans you may   >  WIN A  :s.  Competitors arranflemerits of the Posters rnust reach London^ England  (Oddress oiven on.tlcket-foider, postage 4c.)  on or be-fore 30th April  1924. V  Doctor Plercft'a Favorite Prescription Is  absolutely perfect aa a tonic,and nerv-  Jno for women who itro ailing or norv-  ous,'"���������Mr9. lloso Craig, 257 Sackvlllo St.  YouMl soon fool better If you obtain  this Prescription of nr, "Plwce'9 at yovz  noarost drnit* storo, in tablets or" liquid,  or send 100 to Dr, Werce's l.-*bora:tory  In^UrldgnlMinr, Out., for trial packnro  tublctij, AVrnc lor um medical advice.  money you wluh to spend on it.  ,  Frogs,  tonda and    serp|pnt*l'    novel*  take ;f094 -except that which .they oy'^jj  certain is alive'.  VV. .-In.    U.   iCii  Tho  history ot mirror  JZli^IuuH *������������������iu,-i fi'uiii 1C70.  milking   In  ���������f  SomLyeuV tloruilloiiH wllli-iooupon  p-oiirnly^JHi'd out to toiy one   " otihi'fbllowlm-r: "A*     .  Voffcr.-ih'.' ' At-so'clRtlon of ���������'���������Qre-it* Orl-lnln, -"73*5-  Park Ave.,  Montreol. v  threat   War   Vet������llran_,    A-_oclatlon,    Cltl_er*  uuiidina, Ottawa. -���������  Army  and   Novy   Veteran-   Im ' ICnnadn,   121  Bishop Street,  Montreal.   ,    'u-  lrti|-������rlal    Vetera!***t-'In'   Cann-rai;   700    Mal.-n  Street, win*ii|*������o-*      -  Tuberculoua' Veternwn" Aoooclntlon, Room 47,  I* "' "*"'  Citizen Bulldliifl, pttnwn  CLOSE ������..''��������� M-r A., B C H  a-ni '������������������'���������  J on close tx donation of 5... -.............'.......,-.;.........  1>5c-:vse sc-Rd mc .7 .Ticl-.e^F-oTder;- for Bovrll !*o-"tr*r Coni-  petition.   One Ticket-Folder -will'he sent for every $l,_0'|-lve-i.  Name In full  (Mr., -Mr**, or Ml"-**)  Adrlrons  *    I    ���������    M   ���������   I  31������t,      10-4  Malu'' Chcq.iM-.-i amt Mfl'ncy Ordfir*"-toA^tcniBtK* Association,  Uovril l*������*ier Compeiltlen.- Wantko -to Exchange���������Mart* for  good cow, Jersey o- part -Terse-"- ps-e-  ferred.    Jas. Attwood. Creston.  Commencing   May    1st,   and  until   farther notice,-prices  will be as follows:  MILK, W quarts $1.0������  "     20 pints.    LOO  CREAM, half-pint. ISc.  Jf  pint.  3Gc.  A superior sanitary service.    Milk  and Cream of hia-hest aualitv.  CRESTON DAIRY  It A. COMFORT, Prop.  SATURDAY &  MONDA Y SPECIAL  Soap Specials  '"Mistainm-" our renutation  for providing "better  goods at lower prices" we  are particularly proud of  the Soap values we have  to offer for this week-end  selling.  Crown Oliire  3for2Sc  R<������>yal Crown  ���������-   i _^w_,-.s  -���������> s a9%P_._.-E~._.  Foic Sale���������Bees- and   bee   supplies.  Pepy Boifey,-Creston. L  /��������� Wanixo���������"Berry pickers and packer*-." ���������J. W. V������ness-������  Alice Siding,"  Wanted���������Twenty    berrv     pickere  and packers..   R._ Stewart, Creston.    -  *Bani|o,   complt-t-j with isase nnd   instruction book, $10.-Mawson Brothers.  fre������h   "milch"  Paul-Ofner,  .   Cows For Saueb���������Two '  cows   fop   8a le.      Apply  Wynndel.  .. .. - ..  .For Sale���������Bees and supplies- For  further particulars apply to Geft.  Hood- Creston.    " t~  -r       '  Foic Saus���������Early Jersey "Wakefield  _-.-_ ft*-*������-_-__--    ������-,t.������m4-.   c_c*  ������-*-.���������-.������_-.   -**.������.��������������� ~t_nn      to  ���������n-u^u^V frmrmmmmtOm        9%W    VCIJI/O       Jp*C7������     JkW* JLWI-.  Stewart, Creston.  For Sa__���������������Coleman table lamp,  used slightly, in first-class shape, $10.  Mawson Brothers.  N Tomatoes,, cabbage, c������ oliflower, n-i-l  variety of bedding--- -pla-sts for v sale.  Jas. Cook, Creston, '  _ Wagon For Sax_b���������Steel skein  Adams wagon, in ni-si-riast* shape.'  S. A. Speers, Creston.  Wanted���������Double bed.- and bureau.  For sale, ladies' bicycle, in good shape,,  ������"I20.    F. Knolt, Canyon.  Mrs.- Jessie Lewis, teacher of piano,  forte, Royal Academy of 'Music, London, Lament Bldg., Creston.  v ^ ^ *-  For Sax_q���������Cedar and canvas tow-  boat and oars, in good shape. 'Capt.  J. A.  P. Ci-onipton, Cs.eston. "_1  ;  For 8A__~"fVii ..choice dairy cowh,  in full milk, one Jersey and. one Ayr-  ���������shi*-������.    TS-os." Go"������dw!_s Ore-*t*3TS_  Capt. and Mri*. Cromptoc.. and son.  Frank. are"li-tving a short holiday vis  it with friends  in Pi-oetor at present.  H. Clark of the Greenwood  Ss.reHevsng F. Wallace, .teller st the  Bank of Commerce, who is away on  vacation.  branch  Heap the harvest of the air. Complete radio nets $48 up. We also supply part-* and install sets. . J. W/Viin-  ess, Creston.  ^  For Saiie���������Three milch cows, one  just freshened; also one heifer due to  freshen   this   month.    H.   Parkinson.  Wesu Crest on. _ , ' ���������  FOR Sale���������Parson's Beauty, Mn-  gooh. Senator Duniap, and "VanSan  straw-berry plants, $8 per 1000. " Mon-  rad Wigen, Wynndel.  SK BBEAT JAYS of Isiterfiiissiieni M Emlmi  _&  ������������������ Pas-ties' who have ghubarb for sale  will be interested in this week's announcement of Creston Valley Produce Company, Manager Nelson stating that he ia in Ihe mark el for all the  rhuSsufb ruSrciiTi**.  T.-Menzies" off ComoV"was.a visitor  hesti cms T-aessd-av wben*"h~ hoii a con.  fere rice with the member*- of "/the Native Son-i of Canada with a view to  getting the organization into more  -active operation.  At the May meeting of Creston Valley Wonier**"! InBtitute practical" inter  est in Ct-eston's Pall fait* was shown "by  a vote of S20 Jor. special prizes.^Thi**  amount lis double, that given any pre?  viouH year-by th<Liadies.  ' Justice MeteDonald/of the Supreme  Court of B._-._. Vancouver, was a week-  end Visitor   wjtb   Mr. nnd   Mrs, C. B.  ���������^.jihlI-.imjI X9 _-_-   mmm mm. -*      .mW-.       *������������������--���������������+ ������->        -r*-_f_  ���������Mid-*������������������������-*������   -  jul^e   nno   k-m*    ������������������*--��������������������� vcr     a a-*  son to k"Vri5_ey at   which   .attev  r������   K__������I_  \m    ���������������*��������� -   ������������������  place  thV asf-i-es opened an Tuesday.  . A wonde-rfnlltiiproveinent has been  worked in the exterior-appearance of  the Mawson Bros, store-and the Pacific  restaurant building, which have jut-fc  leceived a new dretss i������f cieam and  green at the hands of Painter Bush.  Henderson were-.visitors wfth Spokane  friends a few days this"week, maEing  the trip by motor and returning yes-  fcei-d.-i.y- They found the weather Just  as h-it andLdry-and the roads as -lusty  acvo������K< the line as here. '  ~   ,"       A  i ���������" * **' ���������'  Many friends hei*e will hear with re  grot of the death; ������������. Fort, Steele, on  Tuesday . morning 70f 7 R. Jj. T. Qal-  braith, who upr till about two years  ago was India hungent" for4-he Kootenay, and a frequent visitor at Creston.  He?was 83-yea)-* of age. *:. -" r 'A  Thfe    lot-S*  nmt.    OhimeK     QI_������mp>K   'tn*  .      ~     . ** ���������       '.,'  * ~   ���������       ��������� -"���������-- ....    -~. ���������  which the residence of good roads fore-  ���������������������������-*Jf^-^les Rtood iH-Tore tae- fire -of  -about a year'ago,"have, just been'pur^  chased by_ Mrs" "W. K. Brawn who  will likely crecfe a* buugalo.iy o���������.them a  litttle later in the season. -      "'   "T;'  Postmaster <35bbs has -rendered-  pubiic an appfifciaten * service   hy  the  in-  gdssip, with a tension' that never relaxes and culminates 'ih a most dranr-  atic-clima_. Curtain is at 8.15 prompt.  The nace-asary; caaarfcer wir feisB erection of Creston ioto si viilac-e i* e**:p-*et-  ed fr'SHrVictoris a!-nbst any day now  and all pi-aparations are^completed for  completing all the other details incidental to the holding" of an election off  three permanent commissioners. Residents Within"the viljajje as-ea are  ^askedjtp hold-up payment of thetr pro-,  vin^al taxes as the" village is' sure to  be fully incorporated reasonably next  menth^ -  * -  ^  ?roVwswimmm m  pivi  * -"   Bd-***.'*,.  3 cartons SSc  Sunlight Soap  3 cartons SSc.  ������  Tl,   _. UV/CU  luiu  are all good keepers  on the theory that  money saved is money  earned" buying for the  immediate future is recommended.  Bfflttr  Suite  BROTHERS  Lowh  PriMS  Creston Bakery  The place to 'bay your  sweets of ttfe  Get your  ���������_#-���������**_r*    _**-%*gr_*B**i  a  _L-j|  and  O-f*!--"-*1**-**   _P__3l WIW _r** CS '  at the coolest place  in town.  Just arretted a shipment of  mjrjrx/gft C*  M^mmJf" MpE?'mf*jpjDfClt  JtW^Sj^wtm'mt Si^t^      -fe*-'      ^A%W4mmiiMJ      Sj      .Krfl  JS   <B������#WTI'Bj,���������  CnOCOLA TE BARS"  weight about 1500 lbs.,"splendid work  er.    For full   particulars   apply. Jess  Fiimer, Canyon C������ty._  " The "Women's Missionary Society of  the Presbyterian- Church have theia-  May meeting on Tuesday "afternoon at  the manse, at 3.90 o'clock. -  There will be net services 'in the  Presbyterian Chu������-ch foi the next two  Sundays. Sunday schooKwili be held,  however, at the usual hour. v  Public school iuBpeetoi" _ias.ninK i&  paying an official visit to the Creston  school this week, and is accompanied  by Mrs. Manning and young son.  For Sau���������Two^mares, 0 years old,.,  fn-fine condition,   broke-to   drive   oe*  ride and good for general  farm work,'  going*cheap.    John Davis, Camp List  er.  Wantex!���������Competent general manager for the Cooperative Fruit Grower*' Association of Wynndel, B.O.  Apply at once to O.' J.' Wigen. Wynndel.  Rev. G. Knox left at the first of the  week for Vancouver, where he- is attending the annual session of the B.C.  Methodist Conference. He will be anient fov at least two Sundays.  Vic Mawson left on Monday for NeB.  con und expects to be awiey for*- pitas-  Ihly a month, taking   HpechiltiRt   treatment for his eyes,   which   have   been-  troubling him seriously of late.  Sheriff Doyle of Nelson was a be-  tween.tralns visitor here on Wednesday and chnperoned the -Ore* ton delegates to the Cnnaervntive convention  on theU* trip to   that   city   the   same  afternoon.  Thflroxaminat-fon resulta of the "University of B.C. were announced at the  end of the week, and show that JH-isa  FrMncftH Lynu In the only otudent tin  ���������second year nursing to muike acoim-  plete pass.  At. theitirsrmal meeting of the'Oroifl-  ton Valley Conservative AssocluHon  on WednesdHy nlghLlaat Majt>.r Malil-  andaine was re-elected president, with  U. W. Hamilton the iinsnlnions -fhol^e  for taecretary*  SKHIDBHrriAI. i'llOPBnTY VoR 8AI.I"  live-B-ooni bouse with cellar- scre-i-tt-  ���������fd-lmi fK>rf-li on two ������!*!���������*-������. BBslf.-ndI*3 to-  ration, on two lots, mt out to fruBt  tre**. whru'bN, etc Apply Mrs, Jas,  Stocks, Ore-ton.  Meinbemof Creston Maaonle Ijodge  arm   I'srnl'oded   that   W. Br������.   W. P.  Afctrldge. I>,h.O..M., will pwy Creston  IjrMlfve   an   oUPI-iIhI  vlnlfc   on   Mondayr���������  evening, May 10th, and w fiaUl tumoHutlj  hTtv* wi-*rri K*������**i������i    **������i������������i*'ll    #iijr*,4*^"i'i������t"***'lP**11'   *Vi-������*lik-(������n(-*������- I" I  <������������������   '��������� ' i ���������   * ���������* ��������� ���������.-���������**- *.      %-, *<**���������*���������,       *-. WJ.V"** it *>*���������*"������������������������������ iff     .44**4, *m*mf-tm*t4-t4 *������*���������  ka  \h d'f*oln-d.  The date of the B.C. p-rovincial.election has been deSaitely 'fixed f<tr Friday, Jurie 20th, >,with   the nomination,  of candidatesto take place thiee week9  eai-lr-*r. * It .isexpected   that   Russell  Irf-aiiiy ^wiliibs the returnsng ������>i_c������-r������ =-  *t - 'c '  It is announced that the Bishop, of  Kootenay wS15-b^ here^or the l&2&4on*  flrmation service5n.Ch**������Bt *phurch on  the evening of -Ehucsdsy- May 29th.  A reception will he- tendered bis "lordship in the Parish-Hail after service..  The abnwdance~~of   milch   cows   in  Creston Valley - has  had   the effect of  bringing   the   ptice   of  dimni to-35 cents,   aftes  stalling quite'a large clock in the lobby  of theVpostofflce from "which all interested eafi get the "correct tims e_efe  day* as the timepiece'is set to C'P.R.  time every twenty Join "hours.  Matthew Wilson, of Kelowna, liquidator of the O.U.6., was. here on  Wednesday in cot-ference wifhrolficials  of the Creston Co-<_lnsra,t������ve Fruit- E;_-  change, who have taken- over the Onion buildings, the signrof-the new firm  making its appearance on Wednesday.  Greston Etestcra! District  Miss Uiine. an advance iady of" tne j.  Chautauqua, was here on Tuesday and  Wednesday^' making - preliminary- arrangements'for "the-rbi^si_������day'^-'sho������aF.  which opens, at Creston del JU ������������������ 2nd. -  J.iK. Adlardf-������ the 1*924 ChiHltanqna  chatraian* with J'.' i>, Siddons, secretary.   . -- %  "The vVorld and His Wife,"   which  will be- presented by the" Players Club  dairy bn.tterf j^tf ih^.T7niversity of B.C.,.at the Grand  a prolonged |Theatre.on -Wednesday night-3 S3 a  comedy of a different sort and a^ the  populaf price of 75 cents_ should draw  well." The .story deals with the.evils of  sjfcay at 45 c-r.t-*., ,Thle is 1he lowest  price dairy "butter has torched for sev-  e|;atyears. " '    ���������    -  Patties who have"* cattle pnsturing  on the flats ai-e' hereby ���������olffle_"*to remove th������ same before midnight ' on  Saturday, -lay 17tlB, as after"that tinse  it is the intention to close UP ������ll_g������������tes T������������������   -jr-   Vmum anA #o������.:i������ ���������..-,������ *-_������-  and   fences.���������Creston   Valley   Stock- Jas.. W,vFraser and family take this  il-Jr���������j_C������������ aL0������������s_+������������-                  - mesne of expressing their appreciation  breedeiB Association. of the kindnesses andsynipathy shown  Mr, and Mrs. 8. A. Speers- and Mrs. them in their recent bereavement.  Notice is hereby given " that I shall,  on "-the -dates "and' at.-the:'places and  times hereunder mentioned; hold" adjourned, sittings of -the regular Court  of Revision under the anove Act, to be  held at Nelson on ths 29th da^cof May,  1924, in accordance with notices published in the British Columbia Gazette  and ^jfertaio" Souai newspapeFs- auu  posted up in various puhlle pSaees in  said electoral district, as follow*-, viz:���������  May 20,18_4, from 2 too o'clock in -  - the   afternoon,   at   the   Police  Gmce, oreston, '  May 20. f roua 7 'ih S S3 o'c^c!: in  "  the evenings at the Kitchener  "  _Iotele*Kitchener. -    -.7  M-ySlst'aP24,-frora 9 to 11 o'clock  ,   In the'forenoon, at, the-Police  '--OSSce^Creslon".       -     -r*"*-   r--*  May" 335, from _1.30a.m. ioSorciocs  in  the afternoon,   at "Wynndel  - Mercantile Store, "Wynndel.  Dated at iMelson. B.C., this 13th day  of May. 1924.  J. CARTMEL,  Registrar of \ oters,  Crestou Sie<_tGra3 _Jistjfic&.  ������*m**ef of YfomnBm  -     HORSE iVSTRAY  ' Came to the premises of. the undersigned about April 20th bay ball faced  mare, ^branded*. J3U on left shoulder  and E0 on "left hip. Owner can have  same on paying for thia notice and im-*  v mediately  removing   her,   otherwise  8pasture will be charged at the rate of  15 a month.   C. C. FRENCH, West  Creston*-  7^ x 0 ft.  dxiofiib.  ���������ia-ft;."."^'-..:.  SUITAABLEPOR  THE HOUSE!  Congolewin %vt Rugs come in a variety of beantifurm^rne;   So yptt will have no  dafiftcnifcy in finding suitable patterds, colorings, ana sizes f^r kitchen, bathroom,  .,' '.   uu_-'t>cjiu, c-iriiiig'-jxtoii-y liyjmg-i-ooiri and outdoor'sleeping,iioroli.  firoc-irisi  [j^^^^ ^Bzzzz___ '_-_--?!zL-J'  Fiirnltttra  M  ___s  ___________���������_-  mwwKmmmwm&msmi  __i_i__i__i  mmmmt  Smm


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