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 TW^j^W^Mi^S^W^i  ^^^^^^^^m^ixW^^^S&^^mi^mS  tH--^"������7^.M ^3^r; Ax;-:  .r". J^;':> '7> *;������������;; j;. J.'."  #&  ;*m*������h-i  -AXXX^-:  ���������' '.7."' '������������������"** "���������������������������.'"  ;t_:  ;M^^'';--:;:::;:T:,api'_5'  y-xxt.  'i"'"j,'i   r*' ii '    ' i''-"-"-~r,,,-'-"-i*!,-r..-.,-.'..''-���������'���������"'',-?      '"���������-'--'  i   - " .ta______' -���������-      ������������������?~-    ..--... ,   ...  :^^: "������"irtfi''.';-ir^"*^*C|5 -. 'ift'jSv-j-:' -  raQ7^_**-*y^fEffl������-fr^  JgvS:!���������-.  al .ft  #"'7  MjRjGH 20, W&  No.   6  _a, H.tf-s  -Ufa & _^jm������*"s������'$  *$___,  ���������***]  ���������fef'CS'-T  " '&���������  ->&<  Corp. A. H." Bmitb, of ."ttue Creston  post of tbe R^O.*MLP., will be one of  the corps of- J00 mounted policemen  who will be ou dssty at the Canadian  building at the "SVembley exhibition  thia year. Mr. Smith received .word  his selection on 'Saturday, and got  away on Tuesday otrtbe trip overseas.  Mrs,- Smith is remaining- for the present, but will leave in a-* tew weeks -to  join her husband* and will take apartments in London during tht-^corporaTs  stay in England.   -  ,.  Tbe impression prevails that with  tue departure- oi C*������rp. SSiuith the  S*V.C.".P, work,"-vi!l fee dle^?sfr?"������-l at  Creston.; _ Insp. .Bruce of .Fernie*  was  fe.___ ..a. _1*_   ~a.������������������   ���������B   JC4 ~e__-___aT_   '      _______ !������._  ucavnu ayuas vjiu ui   l/U*z _ %������������������:���������*,     lUUmug  into the situation, and for the present  the post is In ch&rge of Sergt. Hanna.  Creston was selected as:������ centre for  mounted police patrol early in 1919,  when Corp. jungle and, twa eouaiab.es  were located here. -The three-man  detachment continued up till about  two years ago, when it was reduced to  tbecorpbral in. charge, Corp. Smith  taking command heie in June, 1S21,  following ths. untimely dssth by  drowning of Sergt, Sf-ar_ev who lost  his life in the flood waters ef the Goat  . River on the mission'road, coming in  off a night patrol at. - the boundary���������.  the streams" _"_viB*-" risen fo ^inexnecba  ed depth between the omigoisig- and  home coming of the mounted men.  Following Gor-3^- Single Corp. Petty  was In charge* fo_Ta few assonths prior  to the arrival of the late Sergt. Searle.  Should the'present move foreshadow  the closing of the X&.C.M.P. work  Creston- will certainly miss' Corp. and  Mrs. Smith, both of whom  have been  installed is designed similar to.a street  ������aiv Entrance ta from one end only'."  It was barged Sunday raorninsf for the  trip tn Nelson.  -Mrs. Whiteside was a visitor at  Cranbrook & few "days, this week;-  teaving on Tuesday.  Mrs. Hingsley of Nelson was * here  between trains on Monday on a visit  with Mr, and Mrs. Sid-McCabe.  C. M. Loasby made a_between trains  visit with C. Fransen at Kitchener on  Sunday.  Mr, and Mrs. Dennes were looking  tip friends at Creston- \n .Tuesday. "  H. C Hughes is applying for a beep  license for the Sirdar Hotel. Two  applications are Its fbr l|c**������-_!'*'B? ~t  Kitchener, .and. also one near the  boundary st Camp Lister.  Sid McCabe. B ec B foreman, who  was hurt at Kootenay Landing, almost  two weeks esro.' is   imorovine*   nieelv.  ��������� aiaaV 9  mmdM  ���������\mx.  m,M.9Xe*Jm4h W&B-m  vw -cc8._������,aa  19  *M aaa_**_, B  Ao������_e������._  '   - - ���������'"���������"'a ���������J-1,  An unlooked  for ya������tt  unnecessary  display'������* suddenly'^acquired  wealth         -. , _ ,__ . . __... . ..,  He is able to sit \ip% and eveny walk  around the house a little, and hopes to  be soon back on the old job.   -  The Johnston sawmill, which was  shut down again for.a few days lai-t  week, resumed cutting on Monday and  it looks now as if it would run steady  ���������or ������uS next vwo uscstus Wjuen tbe cut  will tw ifOHssilafc*- ' -     -    '  %M.  HJt<  _a- u  ctuvuii  sinpular and asefsil slt-fsens o? Ose!ito"a"^^sn3tfe3 si  ever*since coiningherea- -   ^l������*c'������.iH^*^&  Gleiililly at the weekend,  the ft-neral of their grandson,  fifteen-month old son of Mr. and Mrs.  Barhhardt. - Much - sympathy - is felt  here for the bereaved parents. - ,  A=- Bond, who h&& been .working on  a plastering job at the big new CP.E.  hotel" at   laake Louise  the   past   two  was very largely responsible for the  arrest ahdccnvFctiou.of-Steve-r William  ane QiistsflSachodEick, members of a.  Riissian family at: Canyon on a charge  of robbing the Telford store at __rick-  sonon the-.nigbt of'March 8th, when  $45 in silver .and a quantity cf tobacco  was taken.  As-posto-ice funds were involved  both the provincial*and B.CM.P. were  notified of tlie* burglary, and the first  thing the oflflcersdidywas to ask town  and connivry scores.to report to them  any suspicious spending .of silver coin'  On Saturday, the an*3ucnce of Zachod-  nicks was made known by one of the  country stores and Jon investigation  Me������srs. Mc������^ren^md.j9mith were able  to recover most all the tobacco and  about $13<J>f the silver, along with a  confession of j_he youths, whose ages  are given as - 19, VX and under 16  respectively, of their guilt.  They   appeared. before   Magistrate  Mal!andaine~on Monday afternoon and  on entering a-plss. of guilty and asking  for  a  speedy-- trial,    he   imposed  a  sentence, of seven and six months in  Nelson Jail on the two  oldest,   whilst  6iista_-will spend- two   years   at-   the  -1 refbH*n*f:sclL!OQ! "-** Po*rt:-^Osj*;!"*i!"s-2i, ������ir.  -were   at j McLaren leaving for Nelson on TueB*  attending  day aftemoonf with his charges.  *     the!  former,;'s^,-.the. h.u-*band:-Sail^BSihg-M.^  JDowd, she brought tongue and action J ***^  to the fore in characteristic Irish  fashion, and was - jutit as effective in  encouraging and'rclating the* wiles of  Miss Mary in Her correspondence  course with the unknown young-man*  As Mrs* Cumminga. in "Svening  Dress,** the head of a family of diverse  tempraments, as well as a grandmother, Miss Towson applealed strongly to  "all. -  As an up-to-the-minute bride of two  years standing in "Getting Off." and*  as a widow shouldered with the  responsibility of handling a daughter  who had forsworn-all things modern  and had become wedded to her art of  sketching, in   'Evening CIotnes,**~Miss  Hall Vote  ~L-_i_rkir  a&feii;*  U-*> _���������_*- w*Jk  V'  <-i������M ������r>A *������t������^fc.k1^at*i"Wa>  **_������-*_; aiai j_.p������-at a_.^������a������,  particularly in  the latter role.  aTJTCMWV  Eiiiliiiselv 'CiaMton  presence    ana   gave    a   very   _ue������i&_t;|  interpretation    of    the   middle   aged  widow of family responsibilities^���������~  For versatility Miss Florence Bathie  was, probably, the outstanding member of the company. As.Mrs. Sullivan*  a neighbor parading as a servant to  help.keep up appearances in the Dowd  home in the "Man from Nelson*" Miss  Bathie was the life of tbe piece, throwing a real Irish scare into- her work  _*%   ������tB-������*������   trwt.������_4-   4-\WmT%  *&������     aVU-S    ������UWV    V*a,S*E9  ui sj^ct^* g-ro^ vcu  A^i*a ������a.������?jr  visitor in the semi-lightect" liallway.  She essayed the -sentimental role of  Julia in "Evening Clothes9' pleasingly,  and her literary contribution. "The  ."Lady that's Knew*, as *_ou," wss pus  over to enthusiastic applause. _  As the grandmothei in "Getting Off",  everyone is agreed that Miss D.  Butterfietd's    interpretation . cf    the  Creston and District Women's Institute bad another good turnout at  the March session' -which was held on ~  Friday afternoon io .the. Parish Hall,  ���������with' the *Hce-president, Mrs. Argue,  occupying the chair, in the absence of  the president, Mrs. Boyd. Four new  members were enrolled bringing the  5925 membership up over the 40 mark.  The feature off the meeting   was  an  informal but animated   discussion   of  tbe-hair question,   which   was, introduced by   Mrs. Staples -report  of the  activities of the special committee sel-  -ecta d in Febr_a?y  to  investigate   the  matter of erecting a nail on thelnsti������  Stite lot on Barton Avenue.  . Figures submitted  by Mrs. Staples  disclosed the fact that at   least   S120&  -would be required  to erect a hall that  would house the library and be roomy  enough, for meetings, bazaars, dinners,  etc.. from which some revenues riiight  be  derived.   This   figure,   of   course,  does not include   the   cost  of   chairs,  dishes, piano, etc, which would also be  required.  In the discussion some favor was  show-El toward the. purchase of the oid  King George Hotel building.' provided  the price was right and the-cost- of.  remodelling would* not. be .sxesbsiv������  and en the ball question being allowed  to seagjO. over- ior ssai ee������iieia���������jai> &*-  the April meeting* an - effort will- be  made tb ascertain what the King  George would .cost, and if the sum is  not out of the question h\*s probable It  might be tackled with the aid of otber  character could   hardly   be" excelled.  With correct   costuming,   a   splendid! organizations in the village.  'T-MU|-a*|g->- VUf -  m^+������-*a*������*'arhbfr ������������ v-ajrl-S ���������������-.-������    l���������������������*.��������������� t  -Mi  _w_4-i\ _>*r __������-   5_%tfl-rr  vkf-a- a*av*������ a ������  *_^T*      #1_T������_:  i&ijrwLfair  __-___.a.   ..������-^X._  IUDII  Ul   UJ6  Mr. Mannerlno 1 was a Creston  between trains-on Thursday last.   *  Rev. H. Varley was here for Church  nt t~narln.ni*!    s^a-vire O*1   Sisn^a*-* niarThtf.  with a good turnout,  . Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simister were  Sunday visitors with Sirdar friends,  driving down antr back.  The  school   attendance   is   almost  back to normal now the younger chil  dren, who have been out with the flu,  now belnp* back at .their studies,  Mesdames North, Touhey and  Brawn were ~ visitors at. Creston on  Friday last.  Ja A. McFadden, master mechanic  at Nelson, arrived here nt noon on  Saturday with the new gas coach, to  he used on the Slocun branch. 7 The  cap .will carry.' ,H.'"pnp8ftnJBers,;~-Jajid is  numbered 44. One end has small com-f  partment for mull and ' baggage. The  end in  which  the  electric  motor  is  week. ^%w^^be16w^whe^*he leffe!  ^,het%-on Saturday morning.. -  The Bpworth" League are staging a  debate at an open meeting on "Wednesday" evening siesfe. Hereditary vs.  Environment will be debated, Messrs.  A. Spencer, and M" S&mueleon^cham-  plonirig the former, and Messrs. Kolt-  bampner 'and F= &tk&ht argjuing the  latter proposition.  Jas. McLaughlin, who has been a  visitor at the. Browell.home for some  time past, is leaving this week for  Vancouver, where he^is joining-up  with ihe party going into the Cawsiar  country on the gold rush this spring.  F. Tompkins is now associated with  Peter Burns in the contract for hauling the cut of ties from the Johnston  mill to the Canyon siding.  6RAKD THEATRE  ���������  Presenting  7 * ���������' ' .'���������'   '   "      ''* *       '��������� ��������� "       "'  Lionel Barrymore  in the AOTHUR  ...STMNGjER Story..; .;..:  y''-'1' ���������'���������f-"i'- ��������� **���������������'��������� '������������������{  __���������*?_QQSRJT m-ifGv'  llauyllljg: tfCp  Two lioiiirs of amnsiirtg- daritigf  und high romftnee t  From fciio ��������� gay scseue  of  Queboc's Mid - Winter  Carnival to tlie un-  taacked wilderness of  tho- Oten-adfan' .'Hookies  thia absorbing1 story  will   take   yon   on    a  * **��������� w  nrkWH+wyHrww   *���������-.#-  w-*ir������*ii������^^,rriiw������iw"ai>^'������*y  | w %mm *******Ag     H>*     %* a* Jl * fc������ to**W������ * ������Mfc *->"������**���������'"  ed adventure.  ���������Mrs. Bagshuw,. who has . been a  visitor here for 6ome days with Mrs.-  W. Mitchell, returned to ber home at  Copeland at tbe first of the week.  So keen has been the demand for  stumping- powder - that the Uuited  Farmers haver this week- sent In a  second order for  quite  a  number  of  cases of the explosive.  :..'"���������    '���������   '  A   preliminary   inspection, of  the  orchards in the JLIster ai ea by the local  horticulturist     indioates     that     the  bli-uutrd at the middle of December has  done some damage, here - although the  gale Was not severely felt.  Mrs. John Johnston, who la now  living at Spokane, Is spending a few  days at her ranch at Lister.  Mrs. Andrew Sinclair, with the two.  yosrafje-Jt.' cB-ltdrcrt,. left. sA. the . fflrofe 'off  thew������M_ltforVancoiiyor,   whern*~tlpey  will visit friends for about a month.  ,'���������"'- i .-'     -'.     .-'    .i,;-:','"'-'' "  - -,.-  .- ���������.*-':���������' . .,'������������������'���������'��������� i ",- ���������'  Friends of Mrs. Fininy^ who.was  eeriously ill at the end of the week,  will be glad to hear tnat her condition  shows some improvement lit time of  writing.   ' '.',-.-  Fred Powers, who has been Working  at Mi'llen, Idaho, for the pubt ten  weekn, arrive^ back nt Lister nt thi^  end of the week, and will be remaining  for some time to take cai-e of spring  wtitat,.  Herb Sparrow is busy at present  with tho erection of n"small bitngnlow  on the labd hi) recently purchased  from Mrs, Cannaday.  Wamnrtsi tf. _||   ������c y.i^ai    ag inn    a\tn    no%i  state ifc^-b**. .uio- *afee*Ss-g-"-- in|, clk|h|1ng  their 1925 concert, which was given a  re^pirOuuCtlba   *ai"..<-tho-.Wrand-  ."last  "WTeduesday' ni^hV^to^JI-e^-to^  amateur effort of the sort ever seen in  this part of ihe Kootenay.   It W43S at!  that, "and   mth^-lmai^ybMaus^  addition.to'the quality pf the petrforfii-;  ance "there   was^y_a-Weiy7j;tp^  Creston has   never   befbr^Meeixi������nu.  whoever was responsible for  the talt-nt and their num^sra, as well  as aRsigning the parts, of the actors and  actresses, displayed just about 100 per  cent, efficiency^ .- ;'���������<*��������� 7'7.---V  In the three sketches, *4The Young  Man from Nelsoi"-."^*Ge>ting Off;?* and  "���������Evening Dress IndespenHable," as  well as tbe musical offerings, one cpiild  not b Ip being impressed with the  versatility of the lady members of the  company in particular, y If a popularity vote were taken it is likely Miss  Ethel Towson would have headed the  poll as she was favorite in her dances,  which included the highland fling, jig  and hornpipe, and as Hildegarde, the  romantic younger sister in '-Getting  Off4" she was surely everyth I nig the  part called for.���������--���������.. y-  Mlsa Kitty Bosindale, another of the  younger members of the company, v. as  almost an equnl favorite. In the  '"Young.'-Man from Nelson," her  Intt rpretntion of the part of the im-  aginativa schoolgirl who. at her,  mother's bidding,"; had' captujtaid /an  unknown admirer hy correspondence  arising out of answering a matrimon*  ial advertisraent, wus splendidly  carried out, whilst her vooal effort in  the chourases und In the juvenile  duetts"were amongst the blgf hHii of  the evening. ..-'���������'."    ,:.���������'��������� ,:". ,.\   y ' '���������, s������������������-';  Mies Agnea Hagen, a thircl member  of the K.K. younger sot,, successfully  ���������negotiated tho, role,, off,, **ho moody .amid'  unsentimentiil Shlola In ""avehlng  Dress.'' She divided the honors with  Miss UoH'odulo In lhe populmr school-'  gh-i-caistuiiied -"Boiby Slater Blues" and  ������������������Theoo, Theiw and Those;" * whilst her  danelng of the snilor'u hornpipe was a  gi*eut treat. ' -.  \   ���������    ^      .,:;  0thi-'r& o r th"* younger t txltnti" r;h o  hud less prominent-parts* wore Hy dor  Andeutiid, who ua (*-Hhp young man"  had only to look and act the part(������-������f  the surprised arid unwelcome coon,  and did 'it well, nnd Fred Hngen, who  as Buruey. JniwjiS'y had n.tnisf**"*". p������rt I *>  the first Bketch.  Miss Georghia  Towson played two,  uiutroply roles in the MMun from Nelson" and   "'Kvcning   Dress.*'   In   the  c  years,.she was admirably -*cast for the 1 committee on   immigration,   and   the  role of   an   inquisitive   and   advisory 1 meetings resolved Jbo petition the village  a���������B^^ej.* 1    1   jfaW-a)-aT*r>.-Hr1.'SaeapaT^'__������a%n_>    fr*^ ^ *������*���������"! ���������������������������MJ, ������_ **1_  |������_-&u"~������^Cav������^ru������ iu  *****.*.* mc-if%'  -difficulties largely .nf  ing.-^M.ifes,  &z  i.v^-  the^i^ul^mak*-  Butterfield. h^!lii^VS*ry  r of  >-.tm.r*jim~mmmmQ~^*mvm*-m4**.mM    ������r������_r ������M%.V������M^1_������ a_B WB1~������������-     *J*aJ*  d^yl^rt^lP'^'wben^ellcitizenawIU  bei-eqfe^^ *o -give, the"l������Sttat-:ya3B&9:  Wpsajially a little attention with ai view  |fineis^S^^^|^^ sto|%o making these a little Imore present-  ^eejf^iiBtfM^^  SSbtiiie^|������*������^ "f-ons the  able; .A   letter .of:  appreciation   was  wUh vioHh ObU Mr^Iissat.  Jlij^^s^^s^'n^bad; -:"a^ve������y;i busy'  :^i^inj^of!^'beiiw^^ of  'tSuli'l^i^ part  in/vii^e^^Sibgy "and'.i|ne v isuccess  this^u'mher:scored;is;.yei;y'iaicKely due  'Uf}Ws-eSr^.'^s^bo^ioh in "Getting  OfF* he w^  ent wooerdespfto the all, too frequent  interjections, appearances' and annoyances of grandmother and the other  members of the family. As the foi-ced  to dress up and consequently exasperated Hr. Dbwd lie made very much of  a none too prominent part in !*The  Man"-from Nelson/'-as well.  Miss, Dorothy Penson fairly sucorss-  fullyhandled the uiale role of Geff  Chandler in ������������������Evening Dress, in which  Miss Kitty Rosladale made ono br two  entrances ns a maid. _  Much of the all round subcess of the  evening is due Miss Walsh who presided nt the piano, and whose instrumental duett' with.'Miss Butterfield  was' vigorously encored. Mr. Lunt  lindhils pupils���������Adelaide Koaindale,  Gladys Lunt and Crav^fprd Irving-  con tributed a four violin number that  evoked an.equally likable encore, with  the quartette of violinists providing a  very pleasing background for the  company's splendid part song, --lovely  Lucerne."   . .".-    .-"���������-;��������� :>"-.*  The evening opened and closed in  effective fashion by two catchy choruses by the company, "We Don't Get  No Money," nnd "Wu ikln't a Goln* to  Act No More."  A special mention Is due the company for tbe attention paid to ������wwtw**a-  Ing, the ladles being attrarttvely  gowned and which added much to the  attractiveness of the entertainment-0  S    B-  cobneetion with' the good -work of the  ladies in catering for' the Bennett  banquet.  ' The lighter features .of tbe session  were a solo by Mrs. Slingsby, who was  accompanied by Mrs. Lewis; a recitation by Miss Kitty" Littlejoha, and a  piano solo by Miss Jan Hall. Mrs.  Bow, Mrs. Cook and ' Mrs. G. Cartwright were, the tea hostesses and the  freewill offering of about $3 goes to  "the crippled children fund;  usual, a very jolly evening was spent  by all present.  Yerbury brothersriVcan. claim full  credit for installing the first "audio in  Kitchener.;..",   : ,. ��������� "-''. :;,; 7  Mrs. Fayston, who has been s>"  Cranbrook -risitor for a few days,  returned to Kitchener on Sunday.  Mr. Whitney of Saskatchewan Is a  visitor here at present, the guest of his  sister, Mta. F. Fayston.      .  Mrs. J. Langlois is combining business with pleasure on a visit to Nelson  this week.  ���������_��������� a������__l i_i_iH      M^aWa_SwA. _T_3_pb  onsinu i iioi i nc  Sahirday, MARCH  COMIN0!  lOtchoneftr'  Common Law'  Yardttiattter Lo������<!������by of Sirdar whs m  between traiua vibitor here on Sunday,  a guest of C Fransen.  Miss Clara Hunt and Miss J. Mo"  Gregoi* were weektnd^ vinitors at  Cre������ton, where they were guests of  Mm, W. J.  IVuscotfc.  On Saturday night-Hunt's Hall was  the scene of a moat enjoyable unnce-  There u as   a  large   turnout   and,   as  from the Celebrated Novel  by  BOBERT W. CHAM-  I5EUS, and co-slamiig  -Coriiine Griffitli  Conway" Tearle  H  mi  *" __.__! la'al'-laa SS ,       .       -  EB _��������� t_M ___M_,-^iw^Sa*     ^S      mmi tfw^^1 a^J*^������-^t uu  B S llfflf IL. M_     El .__Tg!^^^. S-MafmEtt  KEGULAR PRICES  . ^ilW_WBWIiWWB^^ M'W'illtVlWW*'  -riiwui  ***___W'**  ,MMMR  ���������MW-B   smm  lffflMll.il  MMQ__W������WM  SS?  WM  ���������l^^t.->_>������J^������aflaJ^a*a|_������ri������_a������Jr.-_^  m.m. ��������� ,\  __j_j__   iciuvjjkvv*   *u_tJ_SxON,   B.   C.  Copyrighted*, 1922. fa>; Rafael-Snbaiirii  ���������CAPTAIN BLOOD," tt Vtta'crapli picture with J.   W������rr_n K_rrtCaB  in  the  title role,  is an adaptation of this rhrilliue novel.  SYNOPSIS  Peter'"Blood, a young Irish physician, is7arr������-sted and accused of treason foi* treating- wounded In the battle  between, Monmouth rebels and the  soldiers of Kin*? James. He is  brought to trial before the bloody  Lord Jeffreys-and is sentenced to  death: after a prejudiced travesty of  justice. ���������" King James, however, realized the need of man power in his colonies and he orders tlie convicted  rebels sent to the Barbadoes. Blood,  with his friend. Jeremy Pitt, is placed  in a detachment and shipped" to  Bridgetown. When the rebels-convict  are drawn up for inspection in tho  slave market, Arabella Bishop, niece  ol* Colonel Bishop, the military commander, draws his attention to Blood  and lie is purchased for the sum of  ten pound:* because oi* his skill as a  physician. Later, with Bloc*} given  the run of the town as a doctor, Arabella and he meet, but Blood, in his  bitterness over his position, misunderstands the character of the niece  of his master.  ^S^E-Ml^^ '"'���������"���������'  yt^iH^^W^^m.  TJon't tako chancca of your horse* or malea  bcins_;.-Iaia "tap with: Uistcmper. Influenza.,  rinHs'K-y*;- liaryneitls. Heaven;-. Cougrlis or  ColdB% C-Iyo f'SrOKN'S'' to both the sicfc  ancl tlio well ones. Tito slandnra renrteriy  ( tar 3������ years. Give ".SFOirX'S" for ������or IMs-  '���������:'^WP������������:.-.:'f;.-^-*^*������l*l-/.-ln.-t,ro- siaa's at drop stores.  ! SPOH5* 'MBmSoAlJ *"������*- ^SOSSTE-N-, EST.  | smile   of  recognition,     was     Arabella-  Bishop. ., _  "The man's a Spaniard," saidybe, in  the tone of one -who corrects a hus-  a'ppreliens.ion.' She frowned and stared at him a moment, with increasing  haughtiness.  "So I perceive. liut he's a human  being hone the less," said,she.  "Your uncle, tlie colonel, is of a.different opinion," said he when he had  recovered. "He regards them, as-very  mln tb'*be_ left to languish and die of  their festering wounds."  "Why do you tell me this-?" .  "To warn you that you .nay be incurring   the   colonel's . dispieasm-e.    If  he had had his  way, I  should never  have    been    allowed    to    dress,   their  wounds." '......'  "And you thought, of course, that 1  must be-of my.uncle's mind-*."  "I'd not willingly be rude to a : lady, (Then:  all hope ot*"c**cape. v It was now Peter*?  hope to **save his .-friend from death.  .And\y:whiie-':'iiie staunched the flow of  bloodyliis thoughts, grim,.and hopeless  ���������as-they a. ereyivere interrupted. He  felt the shadow of Colonel Bishop upon  liim. 7  "What the devil are you doing  here?" ly- A   ,  Miv Blood' turned to face him, and  over that swarthy countenance (which,  indeed, -by nbw was tanned to the  golden, brown of a half'caste Indian) a  mask'descended.  y "Doing?" said he blandly. "Why,  the. duties'briny office."  "I said he was to have neither meat  i nor drink .'.until I ordered it."  ''Sure, now, I never heard ye."  Por aii instant the colonel was too  amazed" at:   lis   impudence   to 'speak.  Noted Writer's Flight  Wli���������  a-awniitiiis  Va.  CHAtTEK VI.  * Sympathy  One day, towards tlie end of May,  fhere crawled into Carlisle Bay, a  wounded, battered English ship, the  Pride of Devon. She liad been in action off Martinique with two Spanish  treasure ships. One of the Spaniards  had lied from (he combat.  Steed, after the fashion of most colonial governors, gave the Pride of  Devon shelter and every facility to  careen and. carry out repairs.  lint, before it came to I his, they  fetched from her hold over a score of  English -seamen a*, battered and broken as the ship herself, and, together  with these, some half-dozen Spaniards  in like Cai.se. These wounded men  were conveyed to a long shed on/the  wharf, and. the medical skill of Bridgetown wassunimoucd to their aid.  Peter Blood ' wa Bordered to bear a  hand in tliis worlc, and, partiy because  he spoke Castilian (and he spoke it as  fluently as his own native tongue), and  partly because of his inferior condition as a slave:" ho Avas given the Spaniards   for   liis   patients.       They   were!  i  .xliunJi-''', however, by all ihose" chant-.*  ably disposed inhabit ants of Bridgetown who /locked to t h������> improvised  hospital wiih gifts of fruit and -flowers,  and delicacies for lhe injured  seamen.  even in my thoughts," said he. "But  that you should bestow gifts on them,  .considering that if.your uncle came to  hear of it���������." He paused, leaving the  sentence uiin-isbe-I. - "Ah, well;  there it is'" he concluded.     ____  "First you impute to ine inhumanity, and then cowardice..-- Faith.  For a man who would not willingly be  rude to a lady even in. his thoughts-,  it's none so bad." Her boyish laugh  trilled out, but the note of it jarred his  ears this time. y  He saw her now, it seemed to him,  for tHe first time, and saw how he had  misjudged her. ..  "Sure, now, how Was I to guess that  ���������that Colonel  Bishop could have an  mgel for his niece?" said he reckless-  .v^L i . ..l X---*"   >r_j m.';**-.      w  "If   you're   alive   when- my   blacks!  have .done   with   you,   perhaps   you'll  come to your senses."  He swung to his negroes to issue an  order. But it was never issued. At  that.moment, a terrific rolling thunders-  clap drowned his voice and shook the  very air. Colonel Bishop jumped; liis  negroes 'jumped with him, and so did  even the apparently imperturable Mr.  Blood. Then the four of them stared together seawards.  As those men started from the eminence on which they stood, not yet under-standing what hatl taken place,  they,sawT the British jack dip from the  main truck and, to replace the Hag of  England soared the gold and crimson  banner of Castile.  "Pirates!" roared flic colonel, and  again "Pirates!"  Air Puzzle  Ys!-; Professor  William" Lyon Phelps, of Vale University, * writes asr follows in Scrib-  'ner's for January: We ilew from London to Paris. .For, the first .time in  my" life, I travelled in an airplane.  There is a daily service _both ways,  anjl there are passengers who take il-  as a matter of" course. In our airbus, seme were reading, 'newspapers,  and some Svere asleep. My own sensations were different from what I  had expected. " -  Every one of us Jiad been weighed,  and assigned to a "particular spat in  the airship, with tho-idea, ol" trimming  her properly. Pieces of cotton were  doled-out, and/our ears plugged so  that the noise of the machinery became a muffled and rather agreeable  accompaniment.  I had supposed that we should" soar  into the air and skim along like a  bird. \ But it seemed to me that we'  j rose l.ike a fiuf_iglit train,; and plodded  ' through the'air with art. elephantine  motion. This was the only thing disconcerting; I wanted to be higher uj)  and fly faster.  We had a, rather violer.t head wiml.  and as the'sea "was white, it was evi-  ) dentlj. rough; but, looking down from  fifteen-..hundred feet, the waves were  flattened into wrinkles,.      The .whole  juwCuv-y ��������� VY aS     HU.     c.iX'CUCJuOc     a-      aa ajuiaj.  not have ir.issed' for anything, but I  still cannot understand why that mass,  containing tons and tons of weight,  remained in. the air.'..,..I am, how ever,  glad tbat it did.       ..-   *-  HEi(VDft������HEyB11f6IISNESS I  xkkAACdtt^pmiWPk^A  krAAkAAFii<M������kS:m:B:m  I"***"  New   Treatment   Foi-" Colds  The  lowed  English  'Hising sautdeiily irom the redressing!  of  a   -v^unti,  ;t   task  in  which  he. had ]���������  been  abosrbed  for some  moments.  In. j  saw. to his surprise, that ont' lady, de-j  t-t'-lH-d' from   ihe  general   throng,  was j  placing  some plantains  and  ;t  bumlli* i.,  of "succuli.-in   sugar cane  on the cloak j  i.ltat served, one os.'  his  patients  foi- a,  cove* I..-t.       lvi-,1   Blood  stood  ai   gaze  % miuni.-nt.      Th<- lady, uirning now to  ctmiroiu him,  h'-r lip--    parting    in    a  Can  Long Distance Forecasting  Now  Forecast   the    Weather   a  Month In Advance  Accurate long distance "weather forecasting, almost a month, in advance,  through observation of sun spots, is  now practical.  The weather in New York City is  now being predicted with a remarkable degree of correctness -irom three  to 25 days in advance,, as the result of j  experiments conducted at the Smithsonian, institution's astrophysjical observatory in Montezuma,    Chile,    ac-  ">>^...^1"h ^v   + ^   w������.    /-"* '~ *~4      *v,i.������if *A������������:_i������������.  \,V. UKU5       LU      JL^M..      VJ .      U, .AUUULl,      JlOCJOltlUL  Secretary of tlie institution.  "The results  are  definite and  convincing," '.Dr. Abbott declared. "Within  six months they will be published  and will  create a world-wide 'demand  continuance of  the work."    .'���������_."  Spaniard," said  he  CHAPTER VIEI.  r   Spaniards. '  a*r.    ....      ��������� '..'.���������.   " .''-'.  stately  ship  that had  been  alto   sail   so   leisurely  into   Car-  j i������������ic   jjaiv.   uiiuci   net    iai.Ti.    \^4ji\j\.iia    n t\o  j a Spanish privateer, coming to pay, off  I some of the heavy debt: piled up by the  I .predaceous Brethren of the Coast, and  the recent defeat by the Pride of Devon of two treasure galleons bound for  Cadiz.      it happened that: the galleon ! for  which escaped iii a more or less crip- j ���������^��������������������������� ���������'������������������-  .pled condition was commanded by Q^.������.^.^^><>__.������������_.^.^^.^.������.^.^.<.������^.r^_.<_.������o  Don Diego de Espinosti. y Valdess. who [ TTTI -, '^rff nc rrrmQ" t  was own brother to tbe Spanish Ad- ! -L'.11 l L-1-* O-^A^**^ rV-Pl*.- j  miral  Don   Miguel   de  Espiifosa,   and j I THIS   WEEK |  In the .day Ayhen I cried Thou an-  sweredst me, and slrengthenedst mo  with strength ���������-in. my _ soul.-���������Ps.  exxxviii., 3.  I come  U.S. v Brigadier"- General. __���������" Claims  Chlorine Gas Is Antidote  The value of chlorine gas as a curative for colds apparently is a subject  upon-which Brigadier-General Fries Of  the "army -warfare service, and Major"  Henry J. Nichols of the ariny medical  corps, think differently.     7 -  Major Nichols, in" a recent address  before; the American- Assbciatiou for  the-Advancement' of Science, expressed the opinion that use of the "gas. still  was-.in. the experimental stage, bu t  hoped that it could be developed to  where it might be^considefed an effec-  ti.ve~cure.      7    -   :    -"7 y:"7'   --'''  Silll ������������2joying Sodd  Health at Eighty-one  Newfoundland Man Aiiribuies This  To Dodd's Kidney Pi!!s  He  first  began  using  Dodd's  Kidney  Pills twenty-four years ago.  Fortune Harbour. Nfid.-���������(Special).  ���������No place seems to be too small to  furnish at least one person who is prepared to say tbat he owes bis health  to the great Canadian Kidney Remedy  ���������Dodd's Kidney Pills. Mr. Richard  Quirk, a "well-known and highly respected resident here, is ;6ne of them.  "About 24 years *a.go: I had a ve'ry  severe attack of kidney trouble. I  was so ill for three months .with an  acbing back that I was" almost, if not  quite, a cripple. I began using Dodd's  Kidney Pills and in-sixmonths I was  completely relieved.  ..^-1, am now in iny gist year afffl am  still in good health and strong, which  I firmly beiieve I can attribute to-tbe  use of Dodd's^ Kidney Pills so many  years ago." ;-.-.. A-y.A: :7;,: .���������/-��������� - ...;'.7  ��������� Dodd'*. Kidtiey Pills have been successfully lised*TfbrRlieuniatism, Lixm-  Bago, Diabetes, Lame Back, Heart Disease and all illness caused by fautiy  kidneys.  A WOMAN'S  UrrtnlNb  Relieved hy Lydia E. Pink**  ham's Vegetable Compound  ly, for he was reckless, as men often  are in sudden penitence.  "You wouldn't, of course. I shouldn't  think you often guess aright."  Without: another word, or so much  as another glance at. Peter Wood, she  swept   out oi the place.  Pfier feich'-d a sigh.  r .Verdun. Montreal, Quebec. ��������� "J am  one of thousand*- who have taken Lydia  K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and  1 hav-* fl-rcat. faith in it. I can safely  aay it has relieved my troubten and I  .thall n������--,-cr bn without a bottle of it in  m> house. Siix-e my last baby was  born 1 Huirer-'d from pains and backache  and would feel mo tired I could not do  anything, in my home. Since I have  li**cn taking, the Vegetable Compound  und r,ydia K. I'in'.-.ham'H Wood Medicine  l feel flu <Ii(ft-rent. 1 recommend it to  all my fri'-itif- iLtul hope il will cure other  women who are HufferinR-from the trou-  Itlc!- 1 hacJ."--Mr*������. Tiioj". JI. (IakiiSKR,  KJl FOvelyn St.r'.-**t, Verdun, Montt'������-*al,  (.'ue'tec.  Lydia E. I'iTikham'H Vegetable Compound is a dependable niedieinn for the  n^w motlwr. It. in prepared from roots  nnd heriift, rnnt.-tins no harmful drup*-t  an'J can ho tul.en by the ruirsfn-������ rnoth**r.  It.*- worth in re*--t.r.riri)ir the mothr-)* to  normal health and strencth ie told ai'-iin  pntl *-i'������nin in   ?u������*t *ptich   I*--*f^-r** ;i** -.".T"*,'���������-.  t J ^arl .*.-. ^   -������a- f* ] t ** ���������* ..  A recent I'-invii. h of wcrn^n u^erH of  .'ho Wj{.-I-il.lr. Cmj^.tjutl rfho%v������i that  1*M out, or ('vory 1<>(" worni-o taking th-*  :������*-r|icine two. beneiifed hy it. "fhey  writo and tell ur ho. Such cvid������-*nr*- *'n-  ���������iijeH ti.<t to call it. adep'Tidnblc ii*i<-dicin������  f--\r worru-n.     It ifl Fur Hale by dru**j*j,**t:_  CHAPTER VI1.  Pirates '���������"-���������  There was, loo, a new hope. There  wen* two doctors in JJ rid go town, both  freemen, find they were ft-oling the  i-ivttlry of I his new rebel-convict  slave, -whose earnings ' for services  went to Colonel HJshop. To lid  themselves of his ' rivnlry, I hey proposed Jo Pi-U-r Jilood l.o finance hi.s escape I'i'ojn I lie inland. lie ���������enlisted  his good friends, including Jeremy  Pitt, whose .'������������������!��������� lUI'til Henmsin's l<nowl-  edge hiumI be iteetleil fo guide the  slooj) ' "Whi'"h ihey were lo purchase.  Hut. I lie plan iiiifcaiTlod Jn that. Kent  the overseer, .su.-'pected 1*111', and  Colonel THhIiop ortler.-d Pitt lo the  .vli.-iv      lie      li.ni   him   /logged  ..*Of.-i\.'/, w  "���������"ountlly.  Kvi-n   w  p;tt*-f!   lor  who was also a very hasty, proud,-and  hot-tempered gentleman.  He jia6 succeeded.so well in his intentions that he had aroused no suspicion until he saluted the", fort at  short-range'with, a broadside of twenty  guns.  ��������� And now the gaping'watchers in the  stockade on the headland beheld the  great ship creep- forwa'rd under the  rising cloud of smoke, ber mainsail  unfurled l.o.increase her steering way,  arid go about close-hauled to bring her  larboard guns lo boar upon the unready fori:.  (To be continued)  Toronto's Population  According to an analysis presented  at a ineeting of the 1921 council, the  population of- Toronto last year totalled 5-12,187. Trie increase in ten  years is given as 72,036 and in twenty  years 316,142.  Further  -statistics   state   there   are  -157,000"Anglicans in Toronto;  117,101  Presbyterians;  S0.00S Methodists_ '*5G,-  956 "Roman Catholics; 3S,229 Hebrews;  "and 23,192.BaptistsV_   ,.,.'    '". *'  Launch Seagoing Submarine  A seagoing submarine, the V-2,  which, with hei* sislei* sbii), the V-3,  can , accompnny a "battle fleet into  action under any conditions In which  the Hoot can fight, was launched at  the Navy Yard at Portsmouth, N.H.  Each of these vessels Is twice as large  as any previously const runted in tho  l'nitod Slates. The V-2 Jh 'Ml fe.M. 0  inches over all and displaces 2,"16*1  Ions on the .surface.  Dear Lord, what can I do?  to Thee;  I have none other helper.)      Thou art  free-  To save me or to kill.      Hut. I appeal  To Thy dear love, which cannot else"*-  wise deal  prove.   Thyself  my   friend,   Thy  will my weal. ,'  ���������Henry O. Sutton"  mind showed me it was just.  as __X��������� the 'helpless, who feel  Ihen'iselves helpless���������that l!od especially invites lo como to Him, and offers  all the" riches of His salvation; not  forgiveness only���������forgiveness would  be worth little if II: left us under the  power of our evil .passions���������but  strength, that strengih which enables  us to'conquer faiiY,  ��������� George   I'll lot.  Than  My  such  A fog bell 1.1ml. is afi'oded by dampness of atmosphere Is being Inula lied  i\long tho coasts. . v  ��������� '    i".'. a ���������  ���������-"* "    **"   Best For Coughs & Colds  ryiinard's gives quick relief for  coughs and colds, grippe, influenza, etc. Madame J. Edmoncl  Poitras, of Faubourg, St. Jean  IM,<\, Quebec, is onl^y one of hundreds who highly recommend if.  She writes as follows:  "Alter having tried several,  syrups and rubbing lotions for  cough I consider that Minard's  alone gives satisfaction. I also  value it for warts, which T have  quickly removed with Minard's."  MINARD'S LINIMENT  Manitoba Salt Industry  '������������������ .V charter has been Issued to Use  "rvHwiiloba Sal'1. Co, Ltd., capital stock  1*500,000, by the Provincial Govern-  men I. for iho purpose of developing  sult-beariiig pi'oporly'in the vicinity of  1 Neopawft, Manitoba, ������*  IS  a  w  M.  lib'  Jeremy   was   \w\t\K   pre-  the   lush,   lhe  colonel  looked  . '���������:������-,*.-:������ t it ai.'t ,-xx in I'i������- *<iatls, stand-  In'.' in for Ilu- j-horr- before a gentle  b:e.-/.- ihal >'-ai'<-eJy ruffled the HUl'fnce,  .. ���������...-.���������',. j.-.t ),nll.-d frinale flying the  j..-..,. I, .-, .-,. ������������������������!*. ,-iu :> i.->iot'l,v aii atl-  *, ,.:iii' ,ti'i-'������i.-������' a i.i;i,il������-i ifwliffet <-ji( Jy  ;irrjuatrii"d with ilien" vvat'-j-.-*. 'J'Jie  coban������-l   wjilnlrev\   when     hl-<     pa hi-ion i  jttliiJ.'di [  T_ir_ 1f~** Jl *-*r-*T vv   _--*^_** ___���������  LANGUID  O1KJL.1J  MADE STRONG BY  JU3  ii.-nl    lit-'-ii    ,-r������!| -tfi'-tl    hy    I'Jlt'  /ii.' tn , and t Lei e  I'otiinl liim, .mil  It if 11   Mtiet-or  ax   ii  Ifi.      Ih"      H I Of It  H'-l        alittalll  tioetor    and  iJeieri  ulvliii- 1  F\     \)L/#11#  H    Bg ^^���������r   g H g g^-������S ff ff B'  Pink Puis  Tlwff Give New Vitality���������and more.  l(F  a  When girls become breathless, languid nnd pale, parents should take,'prompt steps, for delay means danger.  The girl in her "foeiis" cannot, develop into robust, happy  womanhood without abundant, rloh red* blood hi her voiriR,  -ind it is the hick of (his that is this great trouble" with  most gh'ls. Thoy grow anaemic, depi-csscd find weak, with  110 appetite, and no interest in life.  Every anaemic gJrl who is struggling lo womanhood In  a poor stJite oi- health, can find s pi end hi, vigorous! health,  with glowing cheeks and sparkling oyos, jnDr. Williams'  Pink Pills. For Iheso pills not only increase (lie supply of  rich, red blood;, they create appolJU', relieve tho wenty  back and limb;*, restore Cull womanly health and" charm,  and ro .v:'!v.*.oh*. pale, '.."nnemlc girl.--, into rotviU'l, Thappy  women.  So If you are anaemic, let Dr. "Williams' Pink PiJIs help  you as they did Miss Clara Cheslock, High Falls. Quo,.  who say*:���������"Jtefore 1 took Dr, Willhiins'-Pink Pills I was  pale, bloodless nnd badly run-down. Tho least, exertion  would tlvo me and irrv -ipi>elll<- wit*, fickle. A short 1renl-  ineul wiih Dr. WillianiK' Pink Pills has changed all ihln  and I am now enjoying the b<������������������"���������,(. of health, for which you  .have my shici>nt thanks."  ���������I.  tui  P������< I " '     |.iJlo|  \      -a  at     I it  jSS^ffil '���������'���������//'������������������.������������������  \Me-jm<  THE ^ TZkymW, - ORKSITOM.    "p.- C.  s  Opening  Up  Northern Canada !  Little Progress Made As Yet-to Render  Country Habitable  -The   probability  of  inci-easing   Can-  '. ada*s population, as the Star stated re-  i centl'y,   mvohres   not  only  the  denser  [settlement of the    already    inhabited  t areas, but also the opening up and exploitation of neAV districts.   . The phor  nomena] growth of Canada* during the  dec-iiS.   of 1901s to 1911 respited from  the nork started about 1880, of opening   up   the   "uninhabitable"   western  prov"mces.       Xr study   of   the- census  records  of  Canada indicates  that  the  eiT--*c*'_   of   Lliis work  did  not- become  iapparent  until  the first two or three  ��������� years of the present century.  The large 'areas in Keewatin and  ���������J Ungava'" constitute Canada's greatest  potcutial "open spaces" for additional  sell lenient, but it must be admitted  that very little progress, has been  made in solving the problem of maintaining civilized human life in those  areas.���������Saskatoon Star.  Prepare  g-Or  **���������������-   ���������  rugrasBs  New k Cancer Cure  WORLD HAPPENINGS  tiEFlY  >  >  II  I?"  The annual mooting of the Canadian';  >/af  ���������luiu j  "Tuberculosis Association will be  .his year in Quebec, May "11, 35 and 16  Viscount Cecil of Choi wood, former- '  > Lol-d Robert Cecil, has been - ap-1  -loiiuod principal British delegate to-  .he international opium   conference.  The unemployment -situation in  ZJroat Ib-itain continues to groAv Avorse,  tccording to a statement is&ued by the  ninislrr of labor.  \V. J. McCafCi'oy, former alderman ol  DttaAva, luts received notice of his ap-  "DIAMOND DYES"  CuLOR THfNuS Ntw  Beautiful home  - dyeing-*- an'd tinting is guaranteed  vv i t h Diamond  Dyes. Just-dip  in .cold water to  tint soft, delicate  shades, or boil to  dye rich, perman-  15-cent ��������� package  ent  colors.      Ear-h  contains 4directior.s"*so simple any avo-  m.ui    can    dye  -or tint lingerie, silks,  Russian       Sur0e'qn       Employs       New  Method in Arresting Disease  J Dr. Molotkoff, professor in the Neii-  rdlogical Academy at "Leningrade, Russia, announces the employment of a  neAV method of treating cancer, -which,  he claims, will effect cures. Tho  treatment consists in cutting the nerve  leading directly -to the cancerous  growth.  According 'to the professor, the  nerves play a vital part in all cases of  cancer. At the academy of medical  sciences he exhibited several patients  whom, he said, had been cured by the  iien: luuinuu.       j tie scliut-  .l^aiuleai, -tie  asserts, avjII  also��������� heal   gangrene and  * of bones.  taurant to accommodate thousands of  Koiy Year pilgrims to Rome during  1925. The plot of ground, comprising about two acres, is now occupied/j  rby an amusement park, a miniature  Coney Island, but all these gaudy trap--  pings* will be removed and open air  restaurant pavilions installed .jvliere j  meals will be served at a flat rate of  nine lire, about 40 cents, including aj  bottle oi" wine.  Mm m.   '��������� 1  mannooa  r* 1 ���������__ _.  -^aoitict  uuangcs  the  -lointmeiLt as  head of tho fourth  de-[ribbons, skirts, waists, dresses, coats,  stockings., sweaters*,* draperies, coverings, hanging.-;, everything*-new."  Buy ''Diamond Dyes"���������no other kind  -���������and tell your druggist"* whether the  material you wish to colour is avooI or  silk, or whether it is linen, cotton^ or  ���������mixed goods.  jree Knights of GfitJombus for Canada  mil Newfoundland.       ~~  Spillers'     grain    elevator,   the  lirst  privately   owned   elevator  in   Vancou-  ������������������������, a'iad also the iiort's, largest eleAra-  .or, hai-ing a storage capacity of 2,250,-  . 'i>0 bushels was open.e**l Jan. 12.  The Regi-iu winter fair will be held  March 2-i to 27,"inclusive, when a total  ���������if $10,000 in prizes in the various d*J-  .artments consisting of "heavy and  light horses ari,d lfve"poultry will be  affered. . '       '' .-"   - :' ,.:-'- ������������������  Don't Submit; to Asthma. If you  suffer AA-itliout-hope of breaking the  chains Which bind you do notput off  another day the purchase of Dr. J; D.  Kellogg's"Remedy. ...A. trial" -will drive  away all doubt as to its efficiency. ^The  sure '-.relief.'- that comes "will convince  you more than anything that can be  -written. Wli.n help is so sure, Avhy  suffer? This' matchless remedy is  sold by dealers everywhere.  Premier   Bracken   Now   Becomes  Provincial Treasurer  Several,   changes    in  the Manitoba  Cabinet werb announced folloAving ihe  resignation of Hon. F. IM. Black, provincial treasurer,    who    vacated    his  portfolio.       Under  the  neAv arrangement, Premier Bracken will take over  the duties of the.provincial treasurer.  Hon.  R.������"���������"..   Craigy attorney-general,  will take over the added portfolio of  minister of telephones, while Kon. Al- j  bert. Pre fori Eaine, provincial secretary, ]  -also assumes the portfolio of mhiister_������onSj .      ..  o������*-agriculturo. -, ""*"*  One  Peace  Essay  Contest  Lady  Huge Restawrar.t Will Cater xo  Pilgrims* to Rome This Year  Tbe big square in the yshado>V" of ihe  Castle of St. Angelo, Rome, has been  leased by the municipal authorities to  a Genoese restaurateur  for  the   con  struction of a huge  popUiHi -priced res-  .. Miller's Worm Powders attack  worms-'in'the stomach, and intestines  at once, and no worm can come in contact with them ana" live. They also  correct the unhealthy conditions in. the  digestive organs that invite and encourage worms, setting up reactions  that are rviost beneficial to'the growth  of the child. They ..have attested llieir  poAA-er in hundreds of cases and at all  times are thoroughly trustwoilhy.-  Baying  Mm  I������-  nAu  BAu  Hydro-ElectritS Energy  Canada leads the world iu the per  capita . consumption, of hydro-electric  energy with an averag*- of 820 kilowatt hours por capita. Switzerland  is second Avith 700 and Norway third  with 49S, accord ing to a report issu'ed  ~>y the -Dominion Bureau of Statistics.  NORMAN    E.   TRlMPER  ThiaMAiN TELLS YOU1  HOW TO KEEP FIT!  T'ertr "River, N. S.���������"My hack was so  bad 1 could' hardly wor*k, I av.*ih always  tired out and had no .Ambition ' wan  nervous and dir-zy, nnd everything seemed  tctworry uvu. I, s.Iho luul terrl'ilc pubis* in  tny Tight tilde. 1 felt bndly for about  <,-ij.htc*t*ii wionUis, and could not do my  work aa it should Itm'������ been done. I  tried neve nil doctor**, and -iIho bought  -il-oat -(.S!fi,4*4. Avorth of put tip medicine**,  but I found,no relief until 1 took Doctor  I'Lerce's ("kildeii "Medical Dir-covery niid  Doctor He rce-a Anuric '(antl-uric-acid)  'fHhlct'i. 3 have t-ikini two iMitllet-of the  Di>c*overy, mid four of tlio Amnio Tablet!*,  unci can Htiy that I feel as avcII uh I have  f. It for the lnsi ten >*enri-. I advise any  fiifiVrrr 4o Rrivt* Dr, Pierce'ft reniediet- a  fair trial. J cuiuu.L reconun-end llunn 1ito  11*-������!i 1 s" for Av5v.it tlis-.v Hir.vt- ���������i",.*it.- foi i.nc  and shall be plestHcd to answer any one  .rlia eaten to wiito nw."--Noinv.ui I..  Trim per, K. K, J.  ObhiCti tliL'se -Tiimomi- im die hie*" iioaw  -nt your nearest dru*r store, hi t-tblets  -ti- hi-tiltl, or fiend TO cent-* to Dr. Pierce's  Iriihorator*. hi "Urfc!*rehnrR-, Ont., for .-  titnl p-tola-fiftc of any of bit **e������:Jtdt_*.  VVrite Ttoc-Jnr 3'Jercc.- Prc.hh-nl Jrivalld;-  It--te! in ���������.3.!V..S������>, ?,'. V., i'f ji.u ak-piic i'tce  medical advice.  Award   Goes  to. Young  British Columbia  "Walter Shior, 13, a pupil ot the con  tinuation school at Sjmderland, Ont.,  is tho Avinner of tho .?30 pri-*e...-for the  best ossas*, not  exceeding (JOO AA'ords,  written in "English or French by -any  school  pupil  under  lo   years   ot" age.  The,, awards provided for in'the^Wi'-;  liam  Glcavos Doyle prize essay 'com  petition "How pea*������e between nation-  can best be prescrA'cd."  In the open class to pupils betAA-een-'  the ages of ,15 and 18 years (English  A. J. Mav-  the  high school, l>adj-smith, B.G.,*- was successful and.-Avon tho $50.00 prissf*.  ������������������Harry Alexander Stark, Toronto, a  third-year student of political economy at the TJniversity of Toronto^  Avon the prize of $60 for any essay "not  exceeding.2,000 words in length to be  Avritten in English by a pupil or undergraduate If* years or over. In the  fourt.li class, opeii only to Fa-eneh plu-  den'1 s;������ 1 hero wore no en trios.  or   French)," Miss   Hilda  shall, 15 years and 9 months, of  SPtLLS  WITH' HER    HEART  in j Mijs. C. Martin,- R.R. No. 2 Orillia,  I Ont.. writes:���������"I luive been troubled  withmy heart for a long- Lime and very  often had bad spells with it. I AA-ould  take fainting- shells, and my husband  had to liaA-'e .somebodj- to stay %vlth  me all the time. lie got me eA*ery-  thing he could think" of io see if they  AA*ouiek.do me anj-. good, but nothing  seemed to help nie. One day a friend  was in to ree. mo .and advised me to-  try '  MILBURN'S  HEART AND NERVE PILLS  My hufebKptl "went "and got'" me :t/vvo  boxes, _rnd after -the first one \yas  finished I felt like, a -'different AA'bman^  I cannot recommend them enSugh io  all those aa-Iio surfiy; witli anything  Avrongwith��������� their Iiear������ ov nerA'es/'  IMilbum's J-I. & N. .Pillsy"fi���������v_ been  on the market: foi** the past-'..SO ,years  and are put up only by TluyT. Milbprn  Co., "Limited, Toronto, Ont.   . ,;."  "All  dn-ggists handle  tfiein."  In  * ���������-  Would   Deport   Lawbreakers  Attorney-General     of     Ontario     Prescribes   Drastic   Treatment   For  Violators of O.T.A.  Hon. W. F. Nickle, Attorney-General  of Ontario, said he Avould regard a s a  most salutary  and   effective  piece  of  legislation a suggestion of Police Chief f  Dickson oi  Toronto,    that    persistent  alien Ariq.ators ol" the Ontario Temperance Act  should   be  departed.       The  attorney-general pointed out, however,  that this Ava,*" a matter of federal "lather than provincial jurisdiction, and he  did not see' that the Ontario Legisla- _.   ture could take any definite steps to|5orbed through and stimulate the "skin.  bring the proposed change into effect.'  This Lassie Has Her  Colds ���������Ttubbed Away*'  The mother of this attractiA-e little girl,  Mrs. E. E. Emmans, of 215 SeA'enth A\-e.,  N. E., Portage La Prairie, Man., is one  o"f the many Canadian mothers who are  enthusiastic about the valorizing salve,  Vicks VapoRub, for treating children's  colds. Mrs. Emmans writes: "My little  ������irl had croup at night pretty badly and  Vicks did her a lot of good. I have also  .used it Avith very satisfactory results for  head and chest colds."  Vicks is just "rubbed on" for sore  throat, tonsilitis, bronchitis, croup or  de^? chest colds. *JV2ien so applied,  Vicks has a double direct action: infernally medicated vapors are inhaled whUe,  at the same time, extsmaUff. it is ab-  Carter Will Recommence  Work  Has Come to an Agreement With  Egyptian Government  UoAvard Carter, "the egyptologlsl,  has reached an agreement"'Avith 1he  "Egyptl*m C'ov'ornim-iU niid<?r which  work will be resumed on iho tomb ol-  Phnroah Tutankhamen,'thu explorations ol. which, Mr. Carter took over  upon the death of Lord Carnarvon,  says an agency dispatch from Cairo.  . The ugrcemont- provide?" thai: Mr.  Cartel*- -.v.111 not .-linvoNi right to Uio  antlfjuitlea discovered, but he avJII be  remunerated by the govornnioiil: for  his work at the conclusion of hffi  Heiirchos.  re  ;v.   n.  '.tin  "    British Columbia Cedar  I* ������������������ ��������� ,  Large Shipment of Cedar l_ogs Going  to the Orient  A .new industry has been found For  tho utlHz-ition of lb-ItIsj������ Columbia  cutihu* logs nnd somo linn** during the  pre.*-<*nl: month a rni'go of rednr 1 r-ap-r-  will bo.shipped lo the Ovlenl, to iiu.l.o  Chlnoso casltftl,-'. For about ten years  (r'xi������*-rtnw*������1-* hni'i* boon going on Jn  China as lo the durability of tho ceihir  underground and recently an order  was ri'Celvod from the Orient, for 2,100  Chinese oaslcelp.  Good Trade Balance  Total "Imports into Canada'' during  the calendar year 19,2-1 ...will,.it is^>sli-  mafed, bo to the" vnlue ot $810,900,000,  a decrea>e of more than ninety millions from the figures of "l*>2n,Y,'vhen  loliil Imports reached..yiho'. figiiro ol  ���������jsOOcLOaO',.*.:!r������. ._ Kxports' of doiiieslie  goods, liOAvever, nro expected to tola!  approximately ?i,0<'0,000,000, as com-  prtved Avith .*1,01 1,91-1,'JT'l in 1*)23.    -  Increase Shown  Amount of Insurance Written  A total ot* $1,374,000 of' insurance _  AA-as sold in Canada each day during [  the mo^th of -_S"OA-ember, according .to [  statistics compiled by tbe ."Life ..lusur-1  ance Sales "Research 'Bureau^   The ac- '  "^a  Uial volume of sales, based on reports  of the company doing-S������ per.ceut- ot  the Canadian, business, is $S4,357,uOO,  an increase of d, -per cent, oyer November o r last .yea v. Of , th e jprovlnces;  NeAV Brunswick sIioavs the greatest  gain, 29 per cunt.', and British Columbia came nest with 22 per cent I gain.  Fishermen Use Radio  Take Catch to Market When Price Is  Right  Fishermoii  Avho  p\*t  out from  Boston io ply their trade off the  Massa  chusetls coas,t have deA-eloped a new-  use    for    radio.      Several    schooners  have been equipped    Avith    receiA'ins  sets. ���������' The "fishermen, instead of using  radio  for  entertainment  at  sea   with.  broadcast  programmes, tune    in    on  market reports.     When quotations on  fish  are  "right/' the trawls-, are pull-  |^ed up and the schooners head for the  market.  The Jay Walker-  One, oi' our traffic cops, says a jay  Avalker is a mau who strolls carelessly out Into the middle of the- street  with, no idea AA-here he is going until  lie reaches the hospital.���������New Orleans  States.' -  _.  Hydro-EIeclric Energy  Quebec Stood First With New Jnsta  lions During  1924     .  The total installation of hydro-electric" energy hi  Canada noAV is -3,569,-  275    horsepower.     During   the    year'  $45,000,000 of iic-AVjcapital. were iuA^est-  ed.      An additional 600,000'.,is .Hearing  completion.      Quebec led in*1 the new  installations,    adding    some    175,000  horsepower.       Thoy 'Avere   mainly  at  the Cedar Rapids and .the St. Maurice  River. ���������'   Ontario was second Ayith new  installations    of   132,000   horsepoAver  itlirlng"the year,  Limine in  Bruises  for   bprai'ns   and  Get Rid Of Irritations  By Using Cuticura  D-itlie freely with Cullcttrn Snnp ami  hot water to clemine and puri/y. Dry  llttlitly and apply Cuticura Ohilmenl: lo  Bt-otlie and IicaI. Noihinic he tier lor all  cc-emitti, jaa|i������-n, itimpleH, itcliiriK-* qui!  in minora-. Culicnra Tsilcum oltio is idc.il  f������r tha tilcii..  flbimpla Xiteli rraa bjr Ua.ll.    Arhlrwi* r-������nft.)l������T������  l������*j>i.i:   " Ci-tleu"-*., f, O. Box 381*1,  KantrJn*.*'  L:���������_���������!,.. :-���������,'..i,r..-. *;:i.*.i.,,,r.-*. ...,,.:..*,, T-3.....ai*_.  m������r- Try ������ur now Shmvinu Slink. f,  .mmmmmm mm. lummimmmtmmmmmmmmmimimmi .i^iiWaaia^-iipiiawtiiw^i.iwiiii^^wawiP  .,  Corns cannot exist when. I-IoUoavay's i  Corn IlemoA-cv Js applied to "thoiu, be-'  cause it goes'to the root and kills the  growth.^..  John Stuart. IMIU was stuily3npr Crook  nt throe, aud had practically mas--���������������*-  ed Hie hmgunKo at seven,.  Minard's Liniment for the Grippe  ��������� ���������>.'���������-...���������- -a   ma.   i ..���������������������������, m-'m  Automobile Exports  When In Toronto visit -the  ROYAL   ONTARIO   MUSEUM  253 Bloor Street W. (near Avenue  Road)  r.fi���������*sta>*tt  l*k'niin������ia������vpirlixtiil)iti������>ii   ill t'liti-K*:-  _a iw.hav:oi.o������"3v.V;i:oi.ot; v. m i s i:i: ,\i.-  IXiY. l'AU.VlX>NTOl.pt|V, KOOLOOV  Open   l>ally,   l*  a.m.   ui Ti   p.m.:  SiuiO sy  2 to r- p.ui.  l.loani-.   Hay  antal   <*huivh   t.*m-.<  I*  M O NEY ORDERS  1 ..v  ������������������������_.._.     >,.  Increnae Is Shown In Exports For Last!  No-vember |....:-.-. - ���������.-,-���������....-..���������   Cumulian-nuHlu aulomoblb'-s exports \ INVFNTinNSl  liVita'tia tsC'j.atij.j; liiM'.u-y 1 ..v aviai'l t-.vt* 3H������-  tnlulon JvK|H"*sjs; iMoney Ordcia, t>uftT  tbciu-Kt-ntThi-. t'ilt**.  c.-tn Ik- prolericd ia uH  rotml.rlo:* ibrotiRh ns.  W'������!    It:tvi'    |-������>.i������r������'>ii.nin-  llvps and niTonts all ������A*w.r lb.-, worlil.    On**  -iliould     i_m>t    ovvtrloolc    thosii    ntfvanl-ij.e'-.  wl������������Mt   'TOirlqi.   t3t<T   servi������*c-.s  a>*f   u   pat.-nt.  ;i1U>i'lH-5'.       C������ta.- ������-I."1������  s������rl<"������*->   .04" H  lillitll-i'i  ������att c<**mii'3o-s ub'V' a i-ry Jt>w,  On*.  during XoA'<^:ubi.'i* hint are aht'ad ol' tho  Haino monlh \lw proA-lous ywiV; In  Novuniher, J_i2t. nccordiPK lo lhe- Bur-  iMtll- of j.tutlbll--s,  -1,13"32   piiHS^nf-er ������u-  LomobhoM wi..-.. expovuHi.   tiu>   iotai S CAROH & CARON, PATENT ATT0XKEVS  viihu- of Avhlch vrui- ovi'L "i-2,OllO,()04>. t_.! 1* Me tea I fa  St.. Ou.'^.t,  November,  VJS.t, "5,007  were exported.^ ~"'~ - '*"  iJUlliii. the. UV-.-1. t.*- liiomliK euditlK Iso-j  vt'inbei* htsi, :ill,!!(^*    tiulomohiles     fori  freli'h". purposoc u'ei"f-V'.v;poi-(et!, uud _r.  Iho con'usp<mdl.i'*j-  period  o_   the  pre-!  ciedin-.,  yuiir 1 1,3Mil AVa-re expot'U'tt.  i  Coo-k 3 Keg ula ti ng G ompound  irin .'-(JTcTn'l jl.t;, wrwri:'* *sa<f, itt.  'lhio'a>'JrcrM������*. Arrival l.-'SJo, I,- J<fi  NovA't"': 'N-a.,������,|5. ;.&f*M hy nil*  I.  I*"11 (hllil .-hdiulil ]>,��������� ;i!luiM*-*  IV'i* am hour from irtirms wlia-it prom|it  ra'lliif can he i;^* In a ^Inipla- but .stion"-  remedy���������AUMher tlriiveH*  .Vonn I*:xler-  minaUii".  '^ ���������.*���������������.  Mii'liri*- iva.i cm Hied ni'ler the province  of-Milin-,1, in Fran<*���������.*, in i'onip'iimt">iii. of  tjut'i'������    Jbwiella    of    J'*ti*-la'iul,     \wln.  owned   Ihal pnr.A-hife,  tfrujfpitt, oi wn|[*S(|������������.i<J*n^r.������i|4  P^T"'"'^^  ..,������;J^������p-*--.'������i,#--lt������jM������LI^  ;. ....-i,!.,; .������i.,.;,,n.^*.ri*n������'!������",,,,,,,.75--������;,������  TNE    NEW   FlieNCH   1*1 EM 8 DV.  is I"! c K_Wk f3*! CJ B^i BMO. 1  '"t***' aw pf a*p) *i s_������B g*--| paS BVin ^p  "B   b b mUm at u.irJa us    m "**j-" 1*1 D~CU. ���������������-  '"V MmJt  *g** BHi' mtk   ___ft V _T*_ Blkl    l_l __      ���������f  m 1*1 R~a B^ia*^F"^Bli__#'B^8 3^30.-t*5  Ho. t for mudder Ca-jirrh.   No.? tor niooifa  ���������8k.In !Dimji-i^9.  W#."tf<������-'ChTo������itrw<-iiktiei*M.  For  liZv������i-y   III ��������� Minard's  Llnntmenfe  U.-.l.l C;  <.f-Mb'.������l  ....  vtrrf.  I O *'<.<> ������i  .**.������������������*������:  r.:. i:  n ������'  .   i  av*i i i,.<i j*  /mviS'M.  ,T������.i  L.I ,  ... a.-.4 UMtt^~*mJrs^tW^xs*J&mJLZSllJzb.  W *t*i_������-EJC-ttf. *^>_a^__~.  ,*���������������������_. _.p*. ._-- ,-*_,������__ ^  ass  Wis_^������a.. IJ^igBfrga,Mm^vJ&jfk^^X&UfqL'ji,  -- -^-t^^������iM.j^^j3uJ_5?!!!S^������Sw*S5-S^  .* K_____>  _r% _-_, ?������___<������������������_* ������-���������������_*_  ������&JCl    V  m\m,m\VS   W  THE CRESTON REVIEW  issued every Friday au Creston. B.C.  Subscriotion _ S2.50������ye������r in advance*  $3.03 to' U.S. points.  C. F. Qaybs. Editor and Owner.  CRESTON. B.C.. FRIDAY. MAR. 30  musical  and  literary  selected as  due to a lack  keeping the  to connect up  Methodist Ladies  Burn Debt Notes  About the most satisfactory get  together Creston' Methodists have  ever had was that of Friday night,  when the members and adherents  -were guests of the Ladies* Aid and  some of the church officials, who  entertained in hospitable and practical fashion,, the outstanding  feature of which was the burning  of three cancelled promissory notes,  given when the church was built in  1906, and final payment of which  cleared the church of debt.  For a little over two years the  objective of the   Ladies*   Aid   has  heen ii* -wipe - out iu6������6 iiotss,  aiiu  which were  selections.  T. Goodwin     was  church historian, bnt  of necessary care   in  records   it was hard  the financial  story of th������ congre-  gatEon, which   had its   first service  in March, 1906. The present church  was built in 1SG6 on   lots given b������*  T. M.. Edmondson and was opened  on April 7,   1907,   at   which   .time  Hav.    Mr.    Scott   became-   pastor.  Two loans were   secured   at   -that  time to build the church, and   the  Ladies aid finally paid off the last bf  the  debt an February  1*925.-    The  audience-vigorously applauded Mr.  Goodwin's final   remark   that   all  credit fbr the debt removal should  be given the ladies. -    -  For the Ladies' Aid, 'Mrs. Fral-  ick, president, briefly thanked for  the appreciation shown their efforts,  and the secretary, Mra W. H.  Crawford, presented a statement  showing that in three years the  ladies had paid out- $611 on church  in loose collections and salary' guar  .AM  Expenses    naa - oeen  met, and _.t 3__e- first of the month  there was ft-cag-l. balance of SI6.   * '  :  For the Adult Bible  Class Herb-  Gobett- i-ecalled" that   it had   been  organizedyij\!921 with 18 members.  This hud #3*own to 24 in 1922, and  this^yeartlEe^ enrollment   was  B3.  FrQiri: l___a.v tf*- Fehrua5**jr   ths   clsss  had given in  ^collection - $74,   and  since the end. of January the  class'  .leaders   wi3j*ft 'handHi g   the* Trail  Hanger wtii-k Jimongst the boys. '  Ja&L Adlard^". superintendent of  the Sunday school made au im  preseive plea for stronger support  for the Sunday school. When one  considered the. number of families  included In the congregation he did  not think an enrollment of 56  scholars was large enough. Mr.  Adlard strikingly illustrated the.  need of Sunday school training Jn  biarreniark that the Suuday school  teaches how to live the living boys  and girls are taught to earn at the  public school.  a total population of 705'of all ages.. I  Proceedings were brightened, np  by a trio, ."The Shamrock .of Ire-  land;*.ny. Misses Clara and Violet  Morrow and Eileen Hc-ndy. A  solo, * Volunteer Or^fanisV'by.Mr.  Young. Violin solo by W. Heiid>.  Duett, by Miss Edith Cook and _T  Goodwin, and ..a - humorous " recitation, **The" Wid-jw Gt-essn,9" by Msss  Edna Holmes.      ' '   _.  1 w - Hm%  The'closing-feature was the serving of a"sub-*tantiai lunch by the  girls of the -������congregation, assisted  by the ladies* aid, following which  there was a half hour . for getting  acquainted ^which was ."pleas&mly  And profitably utilized by most  everyone in * the gathering which  taxed the seating capacity of the  church. _  \  . SOYEBHMEHT UQBOB ACT  Notice sf AtppUsaHovt for  and   ___^ _j_u������:^  _jc*>t-e������v������in>K*3 ucura.  ..���������il   ....  vw xzMm.     cao  80VER8MEBT LIQUOR AST  N������������t ice is hereby given   that   on   tt������e_  11th day of April next the undersigned  intends to apply to the Liquor Control  Board fot .jl. license in l-jispeot of premises belng.pa.rt' bf the hK_l__"-*_g-fcrimVn  as the Dew Drop Insi ������ituate"at Souln  Slocan. British. Golumoiu," upon   the  iuntis   descsibed   _.*������- Lot* 2088,   Kaslo  Assessment District., at fj_.������* intes-sir-^  tion of Smoky-Creek, and-the K.oot*������.i-'  ay Riv������.r"___������md,. foi* ^tbe 6H.Se "a? bfeer hy  the gmss or' by- the   open   bottle   ������r>_-  consumption xm the premises.    -*-" .  .   Dated thin 12^th day:March. 1������25. 7  '    ANDREW WILLIAMSON.  - * _   _ - Applicant.  60VERHylE������T LIQUOR ACT;  Notice of Application for  Beer License  Notice of Application for  Beer Licence  ���������kji vrvru aw an  B'oSTwa. aawua  ��������� ���������������������  'V.A  taking care  of   other   features   of  church* work.    To-day the  aid has  30     members,     and   the   average  attendance  at the monthly   meet  ings is 20  A.1 Comfort reported for the trus-  voce,   |A.iubittg lauu    uniau      uuaa        VB������>cjr  were clear of debt  on both church  and parsonage it seemed as if there  was nothing for it but to get back  into debt-to secure funds wherewith  to enlarge the church to- aecoramo*  date the increasing attendance  at  the services, whilst a growing" Sun  day. School and to handle the boys  work; it was needfulyto enlarge also,  and for   the   two   latter   purples  serious    consideration   -was    being  given to putting a basement   under  for a few years prior to i\tza cuey  were similarly engaged in raiai-|g  funds to clear the debt on the par  sonage, so that today the church  and pastor's residence are unencumbered.  xhe gentlemen wno can now  really say 'Thank heaven, that's  paid," are W. Gobett, G. Cartwright, T. Dickson, still resident  here, and Messrs. Miller and Lloyd,  Mr. XHckson, along with Mrs. T.  M. "Edmoadson, president of the  first Methodist Ladies* Aid, and  Mrs. Frsliek? this year's president,  having the pleasure of touching a  match to one of the three notes.    7  The gathering was presided oyer  by J. W. Ilobinso-b^   chairman   of . ^ .  the trustee board, who was Quite at"H.P������    present      edifice.7... He   j^|so  home on this occasion,   and he was] thought it   was   about   timeijthe  ably supported by those in charge | fcuiidiug had a coat or two of paint.  of   different -   branches   of   church l     Fa������ed Smithi  treasurer, reported  work, all of whom had encouraging | that from   May   till   the   end   of  reporas to present, Interspered with [.February almost *07OO bad come in  Sunshine d-iris Giub, organized in  1924, and which in January of this  year was changed to a Mission  Band under the direction of . Miss  Alice Cora-fort, The hand has ten  members, and in the fourteen  months cf its life has raised almost  $80 for church work.  Speaking on the pastor's work  Rev.' G. Knox spoke highly of the  the splendid support accorded him  by members of the congregation,  believing that Creston's record of  having sis men taking an active  part', in theyy.^ss-nday school work  .Was a record for BiO. for a town cf  Creston's���������___������"���������'*"";He also believed the-  --' .'��������� _tv.'- ���������' -"- ��������� . .  young people's.^ work here was  equally rei^a^kable.~ He stated  that .--..the.'' - "Creiston church had - a  membership of 79, and- when io this  was added the members at Erick  son, Canyoi\^ Ci|y aridT-Taister the  roll showed aLtofcal oft 101 names.  This represented  196 families, and  Notice is hereby given  that on "the  2nd day of April next the undersigned  aaaaioaa������ji������3 v\. ������k.jl^b>    ia,   i.aa^   ju.uu..i   i/.i.,..*.,  -r������ j  ar .^. ..   is... sr. _. _? _������    _jp   ouniu aaa_  ������. iivrna'- aaj   ice|������-a.v a#i j.m.iai-  ise8, .beinj*' part of the buildin**: knoivn  as MeOannell Hotel, "-ntuuted at Kite la  ener. .upon tne Jaod. describe*"* a3 Lntj  No. 3, -Block   No. 3, of iuhk.2546. Map |  688, Kootenay _<a.nd ������*x-gidti'a.tion Dis- .  trlct. in  t-ho ?roy?Dce of jBrltit*li Columbia,  for the- sale of beer   by the  glass or by the  open bottle, fur-con-  sifntpt.son uJ*os���������tbe TtrssnfssSs  Dated this   23rd'day of February,  1925  ."LXaOYD ERWIN AfcGONEGAL,   .  Applicant.  .Notice is hereby given that on the  19th day of April, 1925, the undersigned intends'to "apply ttTfche Liquor Control Sortrd for a license in respect of  premises being, part of the building* to  he known as Boundary Beer Parlor**,  situate at Camp "Lister, B.O.. upon the  lands described ������s pjiirt'JBlcMrfc 20, of  Ltot 251, Plan 97**-*. Kootenay District,  Nelson "Land Resistrwtion District, in  I kg pt^kt������iTina ^^ British Oo^-^-f^sb"*- ^oi?  tbe sale of heer by the er'hiss os������ by the  open  bottle for ~cou&������iruptiasi  on the  premises.  r. Hied th������'J 9th.  _!..-��������������� jn.f M-"r*rb- ISfils.  F. V. STA'P LES. Applicant.  w^i������i_******jg_> _ra f  S\fSS5^Sm^.mff^mmm  FORM B*  3  eOVERNMEHt UQUQR ACT  Notice of Application for  Beer License  \.  'hereby-j^Ivsn that  the 9th    "  a*u    ������M.-  after.the 9th day of April nest the  undersigned Intends to apply to the  Liquor Control Board ffor a"license in  respect of premises being part of the  building known as Sirdar Hotel, upon  the lands described as "Lot ISO and Lot  181, in the Subdivision of Lot 9639,  Group 1, "West Kootenay District, in  the Province of British Columbia, for  the sale of beer by the glass or by the  open bottle for consumption" on .the  premises. ���������. . r ,*,._.__���������     -  Dated this 5th day of asarch, iwss.  "  H. C. -MUGHE3, Applicant.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  Dome Fractional and Tea-Pot Fractional _f in-  eral Claims, situate in the Nelson-"*-*.ning  Division of Kootenay Histrict. Where located: On Sheep Creei, about seven miles  from Salmo.  TAKE NOTICE that I, A. H. Green, acting  aa agent for A. Bremner, __ee Miner's Cetfcia-  c������te No. 69420-C, and James Brnsmner, Free  AM-aiicla. c   v^w. vm.  O.   QSmw. ������-^^, ,  ior cnepurposeoc ouuujixiris wtjuvu u.������iw ui  the above ciaimd.  And further take notice that &e&on_ under  section 85. sssSb ~h& "eommenced^Tsefor������ the  issuance ot such Certiflcal-e of Improvements.  Dated this 2Sth day of February. VXSS.  A. H. GKBSSSN.  80VERMMEMT LIQUOR ACT ,  Notice of Application for  Beer License  ... Notice ss. hereby given that,, on .ths  23rd day-pf March, next, the undersigned intends to apply to the Liquor  Gorttrbl Board -for a license i n respect  of pr8ins.s������.s beingip������rt of the"build*ng  known as Ymir Hotel, situate-"at  Yimir. British Columbia, upon the  lands described as Lots No. 7 and 8,-  Block.No. 19, Map Noi 640, Nelson  Lund Repistrution . District, in.. the  Province of British Columbia, for the  sale of beer by the glass br by the open  bottle for consumption on the premises.     ,. ''77  Dated this 19th day of   February,  1925.  J. B.  bREMNEB, Applicant.  THE  Hoocloos   on  Motor Highway,  the   Gavell  Jasper   National   Park,   curious    Rfeono-  ftlStirca brougJit into balng by the  oroaJon of the earth under the con-  nbuit wearing effectw of air and  water, draw exclamations of won-  rlor from thousand.! of tourists who  vFaft the larfceat of CanAd-t's 3Ma-  tlonal Parks every year.  Hugre    fiat    atonca, balanced nn  {jmIh.  rtttJta  lint.  "pliciicicSein- /af kj-.'.rth  which hnvm atorvdi ur> l%rrnly when  , -. .   ^      ������������.      .. t- ,. .  I.IJtJ   Ua-iOl.tllM.lll   Htttt-   Itll   Ml������������������.i441    t-ajavjit  ���������-���������ruTribI--d or want waahed awHy by*  llac tttwhintr wfttera, seem aa thou ism  the Hllehteat breath of wind would  bo sufficient to Bend thorn hurt-  lini? to tho bottom of tho valloy  buiuireds of feet below. A jtavor-  ������tc sport with tho touriat in to drop  larK** i-koneH on the hoodoon and neo  them awoy back ant. forth drunk-  enry, yet Anally regain tMelr poloe  anct remain balanced ns firmly* no  before,-  The tourint fn Iho photograph  who wan bold onouKh to Bcramblo  down tMi\ u������c orvo or tho ilat ntoncs  for a tabid on whlcji to reat hln  ������rm������,  had  n  **itrenuouf3  climb  bn-  foro ho again regained tho levol  surface of tho Cavell HiRhwny,  which wiuda un from tho Athabasca Valley almost to the toot of  tha glacier of tlio OhoRt, that peculiar nira-old formation of Jco and  nnow.. which "hanK"*. <J*n the "wido.  atrotchea of Mount Edith Cavell. ;,.  Vlflitor������ to aTnspor Park Lodae  may travel by .motov or -saddle  h-vrao from the Lodg-o to the foot  of Mount ���������Cavell or anv of the other,  mountain*-- Burroundlnur the lorf  cabin hostolry of tho Canadian r.';i-  tional Tl������ll-wny*i.  SEALED TENDERS addressed to  the undersigned, and endorsed * Tender for IrnprovementB, Columbia  River. B.C.,"* will be -received until 12  o'clock noon, Taemday. April 7. 1925,  for the construction of Rock Mound  Submerged Dams, Rook weighting of  existing mattress work, and removal  of portion of Deer Rock, in the Columr  bin. River Narrow-., below Burton,  West KontenavDistrict, B.C.  Plans and forms of contract can be  seen and specification and forms of  tender obtained at this Department,  at the office of the District Engineer,  K.W.O. Building, Nelson, B.C., and at  the Post Offices, . Burton, B.C.;  Nakut-p, B.C., and Vancouver, B.C,  Tenders will not be considered unless  made on printed forms supplied by the  Dopartmrmfc and In accoriaanco ! with  conditions containod therein.  Each tender i-hunt bo accompanied  by nn accented cheque on a chartered  bank payable to the order of the Minister Public Workw, equal to 10 per  cent, of tho amount of tho tender.  Bonds of the Dominion of Canada or  bonds of the Canadian National Halt-  way Company will also bo accepted as  necur'ty, or bondo nmcl, n cheque" If  required to make up an odd amount  Note���������Blue prints can be obtained at  this Denarttnont by depositing an  accepted cheque for tho sum of BIO,  payable to the order of the Minister of  Public Works, which w"H be .eturnod  if tho intending bidder nubmit. n  regular bid.  By Order. ,  8, M. O'BRTBN,  Department of Pnbllo Works,  OttAtva, March 10,1025.  w   o iiwi md ill   ������,  liNDACTAMENDMENIS  FRE-EMPTJOr-JS  Vacant.        unreservoA        surveyed  rown lands may *>������ pre-snap ted by  ..irltish subjects ovar IS -years 6������ age,  xnd ..by aliens on declaring IntenUon  .o������ become   British   aubjects^   condl-  ���������:lonol    upon    resiflence,    occupation,  ind   improvement    Cor    agricultural  mrposes.  Full in*ormation concerning: resu-  * atlons    regarding    pre-emptions    Is  b'lven in Bulletin No." 1, Land Series.  ELo-mV to Pre-etapt iiUind," copies ot  . ������*hich can be ot**taln.e*_ 'frco of charge  >y addressing;   the    _>epartment    of  ^ands, Victoria,- B.Cm or to-any <3ov-  .. fixment Agenty... ,'y:'.H  . Hecorda will be. granted. coverinB  >nly land suitable! for agricultural  .jurposes, and which Is;-not'timber- -.,.  and, ��������� I.e., carrying- over 5,0-00 board  feet pitvr -acre -west of.the Coast *Range  and" 8,000 feat per acre east of, that  Ranee. '���������.���������:"';-'7...-.;. -���������  Application's  for  pre-emptions are  7 6  be.' addressed to the .H������_._ Com-  nlsaioner of the Xend. RecordlnB Dl-  Ision, in which the land applied, for  is situated, and aretooade on printed  'orads,  copies of which can. be  ob-  alned from the- Land- -Comralsaloher.  Pre-emptions muot be "occupied for  five y&tat*: and imprpvementa made  to value of $10 per acre,' including  Clearing and oultlvatinar at least Ave  acres, before a Crown Grant can be  received. y  For more detailed Information see  the    Bulletin    "How    to     Pre-empt-  Land."  .'������   '    PURCHASE -..���������;-.:: O  Applications aro ��������� received, for pur -  chase of vacant and unreserved  - Crown lands, not being tlmberland,  for agricultural pur-poaoa; "minimum  price of flrst-olaao Carable) land lo |6  per acre,, and second-class, (^-raxing)  land $3.60 per a^_re. "IJ-urthe-r Information regarding- purchase or loase  of Crown lands Is tarlvon in Bu lib tin  No. 10, Land Series, "Purohiuso and  Lease of Crown Liinds." "  - Mill, factory, or anautitrlal sites on  timber, land, not exceeding* 40 acres,  may be pnrdhased e.r loaned* the conditions Including; ������ payment ot  stiimpago.   ,.'.,'"'"  MOM B8ITB ���������'' LE AS ES.'  TJnaurveyod areas, not -.xoeodUns* 20  ia.ar������ti>, ; muy. be ������������������ Jujju������ud aa   Ilium*.t~Ltoa,  , conditional   upon   a   dwelling   boln.K  erected Jn tho tirotl year," t,*t'o bcin*.  obtainablo  after  rhsldonce   and   lmr  provoment   aonclitl->nn    arc     fu"flllo*l  and land ban - been aurveyp d ,7  ,-| LEASES  For Brazing and Iriduutrial pur-  posoH areas not oncoodlnir 040 acr^<  may  bo leased   by on������  person   or  ������i  <*osarM.uiy.  GRAZINC*"  Undor the arasllng Act tho Prov-  inoe la divided infft graellng dJstriot-  and the range admlnlHtcrcd under *i  OraBlriir CommUB-jlonor. Antmil  graselng permits am; loou-id. based o\\  numbe-���������range", priority being glvpn  '*   cHtabllnhca owntorn.  Bnoolr  .wnmi  to  nmy, H<irm   u-MHoclnitionu    tor     run-'-!  mnnaerflmwnt,   ���������PVft-j, or parninlly frot?,'  .j^j.it.Iiu , iuiii   UV4JJu4l*W     iuL'       H^ti*'H-������'M,  ;ampera   and   travollor**.   up   to   ten  (itr-nd.  my, mmmmi mm mm  !' - . -"> -'-  BOB  IHE- UREST'-?.   RKTIR-r  i      _ea.  _J������.������P      ^SmmWmW'    JggWm ^^P   AV S ^LmW'^LmmW'^LmmW  A particularly fortunate purchase last fall makes these  wonderful values  possible.    They are  all  newest  styles; and very best workman ship, and the prices  --���������    "��������� certainly represent genuine savings:  % j tonight, _Oth", jn* the spa-'ions packing  ��������� j'shed, of ,the -R.' 3k Long ranch, ������  ������! which everyone, jrVill be made welcomi*.  The.admis*aion-is,50- cents.  Thw-e Rupslan youths by-the name  {of J__ae!fodttlek, * of Canyon, were on  j-Mbmlay convicted of the robbery of  ] the Telford store, which was broken j  j intoYm either Mrfrrh 7lh or 8th,.amLa  quantity of tobacco and some $45 in  cash taken. - * " -  liiaiBAiitiii  r  9_"an. Military last Work Shoes, just the thing for    jj������^ Ar  "'"   &i_r"iij"*works re#. 4.75;  special    $dJxO  Medium   -weight  Tan   Work   Shoes,-reg.   6.50*  special���������-���������- ���������- :���������'.   j-*.* *=>*������    -**.-���������  525  Men's Military last Work Shoes���������this shoe is a littie  heavier than our $4-75 line--���������regular 5.75; 4 Cfk  special-" ���������*- ���������������. .     " SnOxr  3.35  "ipeoi&l-  BOYS^ DRES& SHOES,  just  the" thing for  school wear, regular 4.25;  special���������:   f������*w days* visitor with Mrs. F. V.  Staple-", left itt the first of the week  for Fernie."  --*������������������.'  "���������  Goo. Cartwright has this, week  taken deli very of-what is claimed to  b������ the finest Jersey bull ever shipped  in Creston'Valley. The animal is Col-  garity Fairivick'S.B. Veteran 22108, a  two year .old from the well known  Phitlipson Jersey .herd at OhilHwack.  MAWSON BROTHERS  CRESTON  CORPORATION OF TUB  Village of Creston  a  TENDERS   WANTED  ������Wm������Mk&iL   fmr%r%fstm^ -o _l  ENGINEEiFe   .ARCHITECT  SURVEYOR  ffitegisteredl  CRESTON,  B.C.  Fas'  Pianoforte, Organ ana  # _a������. _a__������_e>   *  Singing  AR2HUR CQLLIS, Oregon  P.O. Bo*.7S>  to M^&p  New Stock of  Harness  _-. m  .   .     . wwaM*ex*ti& aaggjaaaaaL"  menu������bat���������alee tbe 103_cst������e loca-  bstarttiegzcataeiro&t setter far pool*  tiysKa.   Steal���������s,<t0������cgtai3a*lc.  A rooster discovered an  ostrich egg and roll-  - iijg  it  into the  hen  house,   said:   "Now,,  ladies, I do not.want *  to embamss you, but  , this is a sample of  what others are dor  ing." - ,  5So  when  In  ". Creston call, and see  what :we  are doing.  Farmers'Supp  ~AM_____(__S^P^  xyiarcn  Board of Trade  Sealed^ tenders .will be received by  the undersigned up to 12 o'clock noon,  Wednesday, March 23th, 1925, for the  clearing and diaposinR of all brush, and  thp'tfiiiovine of all stumps  and mote  <xnrj HactnrivjnGT (vg _*___>_es OS th** h������C"b-St:j������y  k-noivn   as._the   alley   iunning   from  Cemetery Road to Park Road past the.  J.  W.   "Sobinson   Tanch    ' Lowest  or  any tender not necessarilv accepted.  W. O. TAYLOR,  Clerk Municipality, Creston.  at Pxfansi   connection  -������  Me HSIrmiseSH  Shoe and Harness Repairing  WATER NOTiCE  Dnrm&stON and use  Take-notico that The Canyon C*ty Lumber  Company, Limited, -whose poatofflco address is  Crescaa, B.C;, Will apply tor a license to take  and. use "WOO Kalians per day and 120-aCre.feetof  water out of Floyd Creek,* which flows southwesterly and drains into Goat River about two  mllca weat of Goal.River"brldee. .Thewater  will *bo diverted from - tho stream at a point  about 900 feet east and 100 feot south of tho  northeast corner ol Block 16G, 1-ot 812, and will  be used for domestic and irrigation purposes  upon the lands described aa Blocks Nob. 181,208,  2������9. 210, 213 and 2U, lot 813, Plan 021, 'i'liia  notloo was posted on the ground on the Sth day  of March, 1025. _A copy of this notice and an  application pursuant thereto and to the "Water  Act, lflli, will bo filed in tho ofllce of thaWater  Recorder at Nelson. B.O. Objections to tho  application may be -flled witli the said "Water  Recorder or with the Comptroller of "Water  Ricrhts. Parliament Buildings, 'Victoria, B.C.,  within thirty days after the urat appearance of  thin notice in n, local nowRpnpcrr.  OANYO"ST OITY. LUMB_K COMPANY,  .-'.._   LIMITIBD, Applicant.  By G. AM. TifOUN-. Agent.  The clato of tho first publication of thia notice Is  l"M_i Mit^ 402_i. v���������..,.- ...   . . .  WATE ft* NQTIOE  DIVERSION AND USE  Little other than routine business  wits in evidence ut the March meeting  of Creaton Board of Trade on the 10th.  which was in charge of" President C.  Xy. Allan. Messrs. B. GL Scritngeour,  H. McLaren and A. Weir were elected  to membership, the number of citizens  now receiving notices of the monthly  gatherings now; being-the .largest in at  least three years.  K= C. Gibbs. reported* fully. on the  electric ' light v situation whieh had  resolved itself into a. matter of local  capital-being secured to . finance the  project. Figures were submitted to  show operating costs and purchase  price of. plants of similar capacity to  that needs-d here and .stfter a veay full  discussion it was decided to let the  matter stand in abeyance for the  present.  -<.;j.rtq r8aiac.b troui uue-growef-s^utieov  ing pf the Saturday afternoon previous  for the selection .of three board members to co operate with a similar  nuEbber named at the public meeting  Wis acceded to the chair naming C Be  Garland, Guy Constable and C O*  Rodgers.'  In connection with the Crawford hill  d. version    engineer    Ramsay    wrote  stating that until the  1925 appropria  tions were available on or about April  1st he could make no statement as.to  whether the diversion   will be "gone on  with this year or not.    Mr. Ramsay is  to be  again written, to   asking him to  advise the -board  as .soon after Apri  1st as possible us to whethrr the diversion  is included; in this yeui-'s work p  and if it is not pressure will be brought  tb bear on the minister to include it in  1925 improvements.  COR POR ATION OF THE   :  Village of Creston  TENDERS   WANTED  Take notico that the persons montionod in  the Sehodule below, who propose to form tlio  Coldntroam "Water Usonf Communltr, whoao  addresa is Canron, D.C., -will apply for a. lloonao  to take and una 600 Kollona a tlay. <iooh and tho  quantities in tho Scltcd'alo below, ot water out  of Burton CtvooUr. alflo known aa mill Ran and  Fiord Crook, wbleh flows aouthwoatorly and  dwtlns into Goat- Itiver about two mUont west  of Ooat Klvcut* brideroo. Tho water wiii bo diverted from the utroam at a point abo-ut. 200 foot  oant and 100 feet south of tho north-east corner  Sealed tenders will be received by  the undersigned up to 12 o'clock noon.  Wednesday, March. 25th, 1925, for the  clearing and disposing of all brush, and  the - removing- and disposing of all  stumps and root*, oiff ihe highway  known a_Fifta Street, #nd running  between ssirdar Avenue and Wilson  Avenue. -Lowest or any tender not  necessarily accepted.  W. O. TAYLOR,  Clerk,' Municipality, Creston.  ���������81.-RgMSMT LIQUOR AST  Notice of Application for  Beer License  traxEsactions* *   ���������* -  Call _t o&t tvessrcmt hrsaa&Zu Oat  Manner .-������_Q. be pleased tou_u3extalDe  tbi������ bos-oess fbr -yon*   *_7     r������AWT /i TtiT A "fcT    *ia A TWTXT  AJLfiL>     "W^-TlJL^/rJJL^J-ra-L-l     __-r__L"*������A-K  OF COMMERCE  apital Paid Up  f% DUI1PIO ^ UU.. Lille  &4_"E_* i_  wa__*_-*a. &  iv_.__.j_-*_^^a a_-*i_i^*i jl������^  " -_������Totice is. hei*eby given that,- on the  23rd day of April next, the under-:  signed'intends' to apply to the Liquor  Control Boa.rd for.a* license* in respect  of premises 1>^ing part of the building  known as Os-estnts -Kotel,' situate at'  Creston."British Columbia, upon the  1 tnds described as Lots Noa. 1. 2, 3, 4,  5 and"6." Block 20, Lot 525, Group 1,  K.D-- iMap 693, Nelson Land Registration District^ in the-JProvJncepf British  "C'olpmbm, for. the "sale of beer by the  glass or-by-Hie. ofw-n bottle fbr consumption or the premise*..  Dated this 19th day of March, 1A25.  VICJTOTa'CARR, Applicant.  JTRY OUR  SHAMROCK PORK SAUSAGE .  .    ,   An economical <iish^,easy uo serve.  Shamrock Brands HAM, MACON anaHLARD  GLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  .   Govern ment graded, highest quality.  FRESH and CURED FISH  - all varieties.    -  Choicest BEEh. PORK. MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BURNS9 IDEALlPOULTRY FOOa9  increases egg production and produces better poultry.    Buy the best.  M������*I������������B������>tB>B8  oablo niid Irrlorat.Ion hurpnsos upon the landB aa  .ted in tUo_chedi_li " -'  iiotIce^-1 ������ina^  stated in tho_,...���������,...- ^,.w... ...  This notloo tvnaposto*l on tlio ground on tho  Itli |day of'   ��������� "-���������        '    "  lohediiioliolow.  jwnapoetO'li     ...   _..���������_.. ,  EVshrimry 102a.    A oony of thi  "WJNMW  hrtiary  vpHcatlt  hctA 33l_.      __ _      _  the Water iloeowlor. Wolaoh, "B.O.  to,the application may be fllod  . "water -Koooirdor or with tho C  t-__.t*i_������ wat^_M'dt/a3iii;"wn|a������b niod  r Itooowlor, Hi  office of tho  Jootlons.  tho, said Water kocoi  trpllor of Water Rinlitn,  Vlotorto, B.O., wltliin tTi  thiol  .   . .     - ..   . aaaaauBBan,ia,  w.. ������>ww uaiirty cloyoafterthellrufc  appearanoo of this notloo in a. local newspaper.  Ih  with    the- Comp-  Parlldment Bulldlnira,  nfte   -    "*  il no  Prciioaoa COX_DSXREAM WATER USKHi."  ��������� COMMUNITY, A ppllcanta.  J3y a.-A. M; YO_N������. A������emU  Ditto of first pnbll cation of this nobtoo Io "March  Nanno of  A i>pli������*ant.  DKfeB"U*iy"IL  Boaariptlon of  XjiuiiI.  Chiantdty  iiloi* niook No. .170  ...nnr  *BlockflNo,  obfiiBon,  35 ttSSS  O. A.Jtobfi   Mimi.'L. Konnpo..  jV.lloruitroi.,   C, IMpo,.  m. m*- *  WaUir  ���������..^....90 aero foot  catsataiQ-io    *���������  ion ...so  ' Be a<-7..40  lOtf 8C IffOjO  .   ielcan....  **     1CB ......,...20  A. RHwnTn������w_.._ ������*���������       saa _1I0      **  Mm earalt Jn-ctbiont "*   S70, ni. 1TB J8S      "  All th<t above nionk nunihom aro nocoitlin-j  Ut IU 'KUKlNt.OY-IMl   H-|lM_lviHl������lllli' Kaf  ������Ma������"l. mtt   faOl' Hl������  i-Hraiiii i, Jiootanny Wlirtrict, l-lan No. U2i.  Mre..-L. T7 Levcque was a visitor  with Cranbrook friends n few days last  week. --'.. '  Frank Colli, who got back on Friday  from a trip to Coleman, Alta., is away  again on a business visit at Vancouver,  The girls of the Whirlwind Club  have purchased a Willis piano, and the  instrument hue been installed at the  schoolhouse.  G. W, Harri^oia and son, Dennes,  were Nelson visitors a couple of daye  last week, returning on Friday. '  Mioses Joan and Molly Kemp and  Joanne Hall were hostesses to quite a  large party of Eriekson and Crpaton  friends at a dance in the Long packing  shed on Friday night Inst, which was  vory much enjoyed by all present.  Messrs. Fred BoiTey and John An-  drt-w* pulled out on Wednesday of last  week for Kimberiey, but not finding  employment plentiful immediately  moved on to Kt'llogg, Idaho, where  t.hny urn now at wot'k.  Congratulations are extended Mr.  and Mrs. J. B. Holder on tho arrival  of a son on March 15th, at tho hospital  at Cranbrook, Mr. Holder leaving for  that town on Monday. Latest reports  aro that mother and boy are coming  along nicely.,  The Whirlwind Club aro having  I HiitmUier oi    tiivii*    vyiiitat.   unci   etuueea  f&'  A wonderfully interesting iand.  Practical Course of Twenty  Lessons fcy mail on Cookery  ;'.A^^-i^d1; Kitcheii Manage-  ...menty'  by  ^^luiisi ''l_.ee  To every user of MAPLE LEAF FtQUR  for Bread, Cakes or PastryrCoupona -will be  found iii every bag of Maple Leaf Flour:  4*9-lb. bag, 2 coupons; dfi-lb. biag, 4 coupons.  HOW,, TO JOIN THE MAPLE LEAF  CLUB: Send the first four coupons to the  Maple Leaf Milling Milling Co., Wisi*"apegi  Man., and you will be enrolled, and receive  the first four lessons of the series. Other  lessons will follow in due course.  it 6 j!��������� dull 111^  M CM:  Maple  Leaf Flour  98-lb., $5.25  49-lb.,     2.65  Rolled Oats  8-lb,  60c^  Crushed Oats, 100  lbs., $2.65  Bran, 100 lbs.,  $1.60  Shorts, 100 Tb$., $170  BS  LltVllT_.U  ���������MMfl  I  mn  ���������n V  THE    REVIEW.    CHEST ON,    B.  ������fr  -MWta 1     -������-*_ ft*  has  been  1 he  name  guarantee of   quality   for   30   years  The ORANGE PEKOE is extra good.    Try it i  It Can JBe Done  ***-.._    a ,  - a" '  jvr������_ tectum.  ana  Tuberculosis  Ingenious Argument is A-*v/_**.c-"'*" by a  Toronto Physician  Protection, against iresh imported  .egetafyles- is protection Tor tuberculosis, said.Dr. Frank N- "Walker, addressing free traders at Toronto dur-  ttig organization ol tlio Free .Trade  Club. Tlio 20i������e"r fern, tariff suggested by Niagara fruit interests against  early foreign vitamine-bcaring food  he denounced as a move to aid the  ^bite plague; -^t ���������  .Fresh fruits and; green vegetables  bad; prpyed leading factors in reducing" tho ^tuberculosis death rate.  Twenty-four -persoiia. including three  manufacturers'" and three women, attended to pledge vigorous action leading toward eomplete~free trade.  To Be Honored With Statue  Canadians have-never boon afraid to tackle big problems, and have never  /t_������"-}_3������ven luiiiiie' hesilanev in ciiibarhln** upon "'-rent undertakings. rpv������-ir>  characteristic haa been shown by Canadians almost -without number, and has  been, ("'r.-playod over and over again by the people of the Dominion in their  collective! capacity through company and co-operative organization and a,s represented by the Federal arid Provincial Governments. . _ "A..."  Th-. building oi the UViland and Soo Canals, ihe development of oheJoC  the great .seaports oi' the world on a river 3,000-.miles inland, the construction of not nne but three great. In*n*>-contineri.tal railways, the hydro development in Ositarh. the great fai-in-.r.y co-operative undertakings in the West,  arid many ofchi^ outstanding en.erprises toll tbe story of Canadian initiative,  resource and energy, backed l>3- infinite "patience, "an unconquerable coiirage,  and an jjtbiding faith.  Perhaps thi.-. national 'havac! eristic was novo** more vividly revealed  Hum when Germany first made its threat against the liberties of^the .-world  and aimed its militaristic blow at the civilization of the twentbaili century.  Although far removed i'voix the actual scene of impending hostilities, Canada  did not hesitate but stood should.to shoulder with Er-itain in defence of British,  honor and the cause of freedom, and poured out its wealth, in manhood, ma3--  to rials ..nil money without-stinr. And the? same dogged determination,-per-'  severance and courage characterized'the .Canadian armies in the field through--  out the Ions and bitter struggle, until they came to bo recognized ihe world.,  over as constituting the spear head, of the Allies' offensive, in .the most critical  operations. ' ������������������-��������� -"-.-'  Succo.-:s has crowned the efforts of Canada in carrying but its many largo'  and bold undertakings. Seemingly unsurmountablc difficulties have been  o.evcomo and the. scattered and weak group ot* littie colonial units of fifty odd  years ago have heen welded into one of'tlio-coming nations oi" the world.  Since the close of the war, C-u_ada has had entirely new .'problems' to face  whichywere c-reiifod by aud are a direct outcome ol" the war. Notably_.it 'has  to carry an enormous burden-ol" debt for a small population, and, staggering  under that toad, has had to. pass through the disturbed economic conditions  and depression, of the alter lhe war years* *-. Compared with other countries  if has done well and is now emerging unto the high road of renewed activity  and re-turaiiit. prosperity. *' ���������        '.  But if. U not in the more material things alone that. Canada is revealing  tin- national 'characteristics ef organ ization, initiative and perseverance. Let  u:- cite but one example. Practically all civilized countries have been con-  ironied with ?Ik> en or num.. ��������� lo:>s of life arid economic strength resulting from  .tlie ravages of what has come to be termed the Great White Plague���������tuber-*  cui'osi*-���������which is eating iis way Into the very vitals of the Human, race. Canada began warta re ou ih is-insidious enemy some years'ago and has continued on tli^ offonfiv-t: against it'with increasing force year by year.  It is iuteresiing to ia*u*. that during 1921 Canada had the lowest death  rate from all -I'oi-ms ot tuberculosis--, yet recorded, either on'the American continent or in ������������������'tu-ope. -..red in i',i������ Province of Saskatchewan, where the battle  against tuba-rc'iilf*-. i.- liu-s heen most vigorously fought, the lowest death rate  for any piurinc-e _-.- r, ��������� ������.--._ ib-d, ��������� it her from t nberculosis or any other cause.  What, it h-.i. : Line, iV-en ���������h-i.onstt'ated is capable of accomplishment in  neei-comiTi-. - nbru-ulosi.; through organized, persistent, scientific effort, as  ���������-..ually possible ol uci.i .���������-.-������������������ment in ttt<- eradication of other evils if "the people  oi Canada ma Jo- up ih.-i. inhul in rh-siroy them. There are in Canada, as  >x. .. rywiv ���������_.--, p������-opi.- who .-a.v-iu to enjoy lool'ing.on the dark side of things, who  pr.y.-r f.'-i -histl; am" taUc e.'iii'i s>in?r ly instead of eneouraj-'ingly. While such  pi-of-h- :������ri- u.--i.iiiliy Jt>u"! : ]>< k-i-ii ami, thus make considerable noise, tlie im-  pi->-.--,.-5'.ji. Uia-- Mini.-nni<-:. u-;i-.- i--. not warranted hy their numbers or vhe  ai'.Ui... ;;jt-L.i n ii -.- .- :-iii,i; i.-;i uiiielt I l.ej so |.',ro.--~ly distort. FQi'tuhat ely, ,'ls  r":- a*ry-y"--- :-ei.,i" .-���������'-.������,-a :-, i'������������������������������������, ;,-,- not r<-prest-nlaiive of Canadians and Cana-  (il.in  r-1':a:-*.*":!������������������������������������.  -"   ii'*'hi>. :..-���������  u1' :.*r--,  nr.   of a  br I   u'hit-li  says   that if a thing  - i It'-_<���������-.  i'   i,-;'i  !(.. iltDii-. and  they  jio.ssa.si.  lhe necessary qualilie-s  u. iK'hi. I-- , le-e-���������-���������-���������   in  any unah-i.-Jak'mg io-which  i'hoy  turn tlieir  Proposed Statue to be Erected at  Ottaw.a to the Saunders rami ly 4  A movement is'i-'on foot at Ottawa to  erect a statue at the Central Experi-  ���������iuen'tar-'"Farm''at':Ottaw������i,- to tho Saunders family. Dr. William Saunders  was, theAfii;st director of the farm,  while his son. Dr. Charles, discovered  ���������the prolific'"'variety- ot" wheat known as  Marquis, which has brought hundreds  of millions q������ dollars to the west.   .  HoiiBe Not Complex  Without Nerviline  When, your stomach is badly upset,  when you are belching gas and suffering from nausea, the quickest relief  will come from 20 drops of Nerviline.  Take it in sweetened water and you  get an Immediate" result. Nerviline  ���������has been used for nearly half a cen-  tui > and is -considered a necessity in  moot houses, because of its usefulness  in preventing many small ills that constantly arise. . Sold everywhere in 85  cent bottles.  RiuP TniniQ   Dm Da-fair TiTR BV TUV BAVA!   _>.-illJSf' A"? /<ltl!tl\l  Deposits !ncrease*Over Forty Mi+lion-_ During Year���������Holdit^s ������f Government  and Municipal Securities Show Gain of Over Thirty-three M'llibns���������  Profits Well -"-"aintained. \  i  One of lhe most impressive renlures or, of srovei-nniout have increased bs* 524.25G.-  thc flminclal statements of some of the ! 775 to **��������� total of -.���������>���������*,039.82S. and'ihe hold-  lai-K-or institutions nf mmuin ������������������!-.-.���������< ������,��������������������������� jnss of municipal and i:rl|lsh and ioiol-.il  i.ii_,ei   iiimiiiitnoiw,   ot  Canada   tnat   havo   securities have  gone  up  Jirom S15,9(y0..'{t33"  heen made public recently is ih<- excel.- I 1r> **25,G1_,i. !���������!. rise iota! i^es ease in the  tidiuilly sti-oni-- liquid positsoii  that is in- ' tvvo    classes    of    securitiesiamountod  to  dicated in the balance sheet. The re-1 ??3'8,i)1':l26' ,Tho ,c"������'rent i<?l.,?s_. ?f tho  ������������������,, . rp, ^, , il , ��������� Els* J-m" lx Hank showed a decline of Ssltgrhtly over  poitof Hie Itoyal Bank of Canada for the $9,000,000 in the year, stanctiup. at ?ltS.-  year ending November 21*. l������2t,  iq an e_c- j -t������*9.">">'> as compared with $l*ry.7'"'S.783  .cellcnt. illustration of this. Out ofto'iai*  ���������sissets, of -,5.-,3.78������.5.pj>, no less tliait ^27$,-  02-1.739 are 'classifiedas iini-acdlaU. ly available Uaiiid assets, representing 47.7 per  cent:-as compared with ^3iS per cent, foi*  the previous, ^-ear. These liquid assets  comprise also 54:5 porecent." of the banl-'A  As the situation stantls,.��������� Th.-jVl.6yal Bank  is in an -.uiuisually. favorable position to  provide assistance to the industries of  the  country  at  audi   time  as  these may  require to call upon it.   ., -7-,.";  sugimy   p\ei   ������   per   cent,   shown   in   the ' country.      One year aero savings deposits  sta tenaorit" of,.lie previous year, si gain of  over five per; cent.   , -  "Strong  Liquid  Position  While this Ban.*-:, has "id ways maintained  a policy of providing itself Willi an. abundant amount of liquid reserves, m ..-order-  that it might be-'m'-a ''poslt'ioir'tb provide  cash for the ... erious periods of the year  when special, demands ������re...anade upon it,  such as;...'they financing of}the Cahadioii:  wheat 'crop  and  the  Satisfactory Gain in  Deposits  TrV sliicty of the deposits of the Bank in-    '  dieates    not    only    a    continuance but-, a  strengthening, of   tlie  conndence   that   is   -  the  v  s - ���������������  amounted to -'$311,759,127,'-and on i*6vem-   :  ber 29,  1924,  they had increased to S38S,-  29l;427.   a   gain   of   $26,532,300.       Demand   :  deposits   also   showed   a   substantial   hi-   :  crease  making a  gain  iu all  deposits in  excess Qf S-10',000,000, the total increasing *'  from   *. 421.33t.00O  to  ?401,S28,000. ;  The PVoflt and Loss Account shows that  the,..'Bank lias been- able to maintain its.  profits in spite of the greater difficulty of *;  lending its  money .at  profitable���������rates of  inter;est.       The   net  profits  for  the year   :  'jending November:.29,l92t. were *i3,878,976.   :.  conipared with $3,909,316 for the previous  ixe  intensive  buying  of   year.      After, meeting the  regular divicl-  :  the business community in the sptinK anct' S i^5^'. _^T' a^.a^"'^--!--: j  in  the fill    M.c  tv,���������-r.������,j��������� ",.,,i     ~r li      ,-.    T   Folis  of   .100,000  for  bank   premises  and  in _tne_ -tail,   the investments of the Bank   ������100,000. for   the  Officers'   Pension   Fund.  Find   Undelivered   Mail  Old Men Stage Race .  A cbas ter-wagon race between two  grey-bearded octogenarians on a sidewalk in the downtown business section in Paris quickly drew a large audience. : The race was staged, the old  .men explained to settle an argument  as to which had retained his .youth to  the greatest degree. Neither man  covered the distance that had originally been set, however.  Hundreds of Letters in Home of Dead  Belfast Postrnan  More than l,0p0 undelivered letters  from all parts of the "United Kingdom,  including registered packets as well  as ordinary mail, were found hidden in  the home of Thomas S..Ready, a post-;  man, whoydied. Some of the letters  "were more than ten years 'old,"'arid  were found secreted in Keady'*s_.b.ea'  and in different parts ol\-������*he house.  AH were unopened, and will "be delivered to addresses fndtcated.  'Officials'...'are" at a loss to explain  Keady's action in holding the let.ors.  V/INTER HARD ON BABY   -w���������"^*i������*i  Your Home Medicine Chest.���������Among  the standard household remedies that  should always' be oh. hand in your  home medicine chest, none is ��������� more  important than Dr. Thomas' ISclectric  Oil. Its manifold nsefulness^in relieving pain and healing sickness is  known by many thousands throughout  the land. Always- use.*Dr. -..Thomas*  Eclectric Oil for relieving rheumatic  and sciatic pains, treating sore throats  and_ chests, coughs, burns, scalds,'cuts,., towers," 6.000 insulators and 2 new tur  i-i -u\i\ f'-  ii p.':   '  3:--iv!  ?;:������'" lis n  i'i  b-  aJi*l b!'ti  it-  Alberta   Beekeepers I  Honey   pi'orJu-c'.ion   MAS-.es  Big   Gain   In  1924 i  'I'li.-i-'- nr.- now a pp--'. NinnU i-ly 5������H.  Iir.-!.i-i-|h I'.; in Alh������-rlii, and tin- jito-  ilMiUim v,;.. !i|i|i|ti\lniii t'-ly II ������'t .''���������__ v<"  I ln.iss.i n-1 puiind". i'ir l'tr'1, which al  ili������-    MVi'i'.'ii'"-    of    i wcni v II v.* -c.-niH,  Ik  i  5.1",.7i".n.un.  ���������fiii- priiiliir-i hni \ra-:- )ii'.tt-i i r-: i Hy  I v. i������-.- -it-; iiiiir-ii a:; in I h������- pre-,'!-*!":' i'";ii'.  r. Iiit'li is tlm- In ilu- I aft. ilinl a gi'i-n l  i *i<- l.n-ine-- -��������� diifin.tr i)������*-  Sp'ain   Once  Claimed  .t  Entire   Pacific   Coast  The winter season is a hard one on  the baby. He ,is more or less confined to stuffy, badly ventilated* rooms.  It is so often stormy that the mother  does, not gel him out in the fresh air  as often as she should. He catches ���������  colds which rack his little system;  his stomach and bowels get out of  xirder aud be- becomes peevish and  cross. To guard against this .the  mother should Keep a box ot" Baby's  Own Tablets in the house. They  regulate Hie stomach and bowels and  break up colds. They are sold by  medicine dealers or hy mail at 25  cents a box from Thi* Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Bfockyifle,.Ont. .  ";' '-    '   ~ r ���������~���������- A-,to/  China. Buying B.C. Cattle  Trial Shipment Proved Satisfactory  and Business is Estatellshed  "Unlil l\vc> years figo Kiiglahd crxpoi't-  ed i<i China' many liond of pure-bred  dairy cows, the cattle making the  journey by way of lhe Sales*, the Medit-  loiTHtioiin and the Indian  Ocean.  Since that lime a 'Vtmcouver firm  persuaded the Chinese., buyers that  good dairy flock was produced in  I3r.itish Columbia nnd ������ trial ehipmont  was dispatched. "TlieMe animals gave  such sal is faction Hurt i\n established-  voluiue of hnsinesH has 'followed. Kaeli  .\ t*ar two or Ihi on Jots'of dairy  cows,  Russia   To   Buy   Autos  Soviet Government Plans Large  Purchase of Motor Busses  ���������The Ilussian Soviet Government-has  invited makers of foreign motors to  participate in nn auto trip in -July,  3925. over a -VOOO-niile course from  I.eniiigra'd "via Moscow tp the Caucasus. The mission is to investigate  conditions of purchase on a large  scale of" motor lorries, busses for provincial towns and motor cycles and to  study the machinery used .for lire brigades in western couutr_es.  GIN --PlfflS-  FOR THE  KIDNEYS  don't trifle with a Pain  in the Back���������It may  mean Kidney Trouble I  Gin Pills will relieve  -f"Q!!i y-<3et .a bos to-day.  . Paper IVlil! For Manitoba  Approximately , ?'2,000,OOO will bo  spent on a transmission line and electrical equipment for the pulp and  paper mill which J. b.-McArthur, of  Winnipeg,, proposes to erect at St."  Boniface, Man." -"Four hundred miles  of copper will be needed, 1,000 steel  bines, etc.  '- ������������������ ������-*���������".  The Family Physie.-ain.���������The good  doctor 4s always worth his fee. But  -it is hot always possible to get a doctor just when you want him. In such  cases, common sense suggests the" use  oi.. reliable home remedies, such as Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric Oil, which is wonderfully effective in., easing inflammatory pains and healing cuts, scratches,  bruises and sprains. The presence of  this remedy in the family medicine  chest saves many a fee.  Some . people   are   so   conscientious-  about loving their enemies that if they  haven't any they are.' perfectly willing  to make a few. -~ -  iniiri  int.-1  I'.  |-||l'!|-|  i-ie-Ull,  ii. i-...���������  11> t|il;i til H \ .  til     I lie    ,-(il|l ii  III     Im-  |.    -,-}���������'   :  \\ . ������������������ -j    ri-n i i ii I  " I' 11. - - e   ; i I' e   Inn  ��������� | il Nil U< el",-.      W, I I II     l������-.\|i..-< .  i'i'   Jll   I !.'���������   ii I'll.'-. I eil   ;i |i ���������:< ���������-  hill   tie-   liiii;r-.f   r-������ni;hei  .tie     ill     III-     I I III r, I !     J II     111-  Hj.,i I'ifl.   44,    I n������-   J.ii>v ������.i ii-.  ������ I '���������    nil    ��������� in;i I".   ������,- i n| 11.-., j-....  i5eized    Posts   From    British    Traders  nnd  Took Posset*si on  fn '-avly linn-.- Spliln clii.inii'tl I lie  ��������� ���������mil-., i-ji-t-ilh: <!ousl, iiicliitling what Is  ri(j.w ih-iilsli ("oltnnhiii. Ilrltisli trader-: >,vi.|v fni tha- luti-'i- coiihi and h't<8.  r'slnbll.-ilieil po.-;l:-, iht-rn, A Spanish  fl.-ei .���������������������������,������.Itfcd tin. [iomIs iiihI Spanish ofli-  fin!.-; uuil-: pOH.-a'.-tHioii of tin* coiisl,  Urii'iiii t'''"i>sN-il ;int| wiih prepiiretl in  isijaini;������,in lie. r* I * 111 ������i even by force <il"  iirins, N'-^rji ialitin.-i follouetl. They  w.-re pro* ra< ted hni m ih-. einl Spuin  - ii iitlr.-iv her '-laini, ami the mrilU-r  i'':i.i ������������������������������������"M-d by -i h-eitiy .sh-.m-d In t7:>0,  1' v.'.-i-' .hii.tn-.' the jjej'oliat. ions thai  i apiiiHi S ,'niicoui'ei-. a*. 11It a .small  ."|i|.-t'!*'tin,   v.'ii.-;  -off   I in:   ctr.t   I,  i\\ t* io :;i-; years of  to Hong Kong.  age, lire sent over  Will Represent Soviets  IVIiiit', l.eo Kamt-neff, I.eon Trolslcy's  sister, Is ex pec led to represent Iho "-"o-  viet (lovi-rnineiil nl. Ihe i'ecorn'Uvo  Arts lOxposiilon In Parts, next .summer. "Ilefore the wiir, nl in .wiih a lead-  er In a fulu't-i ml group, which made  the CnIV llttlnmle known, In Ihe'poli-  llcal Hlrng'.le liefween her husband  nnd her brother recently, she shield  wllh  her hiishaml,  For First Aid���������Minard's Liniment  Proved safe hy millions and prescribed'by physicians for  m. 4 J^^ ^SS  Bt������fo-r# rJlieloHlna yo-ur ir.vi������nt'o������i  to artyona. ������*������*.������  tar ���������������������������������������  INVENTION,       New leaflet   "PATEN1S-A  /���������������*   ra<(-|iia>*a F������i-(.nnnt     t\**nn#i *\   ������*rwlf������  W.  I "WIN   HA.SKCTT,  Mope  ai-Ju-.  Ifi Kloln **t., Ottawa, Ont".  MtiCOKO OP  Rout,   to   F6\ ���������������������������#���������";  .ilw Krli  VW^It*    rODAV  ���������"Next door to th*  <-,'in,'������<h;������rt  P.H/-H-1 OMlcat"  f'txiicli Lil-tc Uic Cunixciiunti  YVhl'e |fu Frt'lieli were kind to Kilg-  lij^h und I'nitetl HisiicH .-inflents, they  hat! an esjteej-.llv unrm corner for  f *i* n ml in ii *-. s;������id "diss Alice Sharpies,  \\h<* ims Jiisf ti niriia'-i from studying  s IU I lie Sin boiille, M|ie;������|clng IK-Iore I Im  W.Hiiieiii   ,'\|rl.il|   ;i lliniuii'-.  'A'.     N.     I',     15U0  Colds  Pain  Toothache  Neuritis  Headache  Neuralgia  Lumbago  Rheumatism  Accept   only   "Bayer'-   package  which contains proven directions.  Jlamlj   '*lh������yor"  hoxc.M   of   3?   tabif|-s.  Altiri boMb'*" t*f 51 aiul J Of) -hi uj'^imIh.  AHptrlii  In tl������ra   'rm^ m������rlc  (rctt I* I civil lit  ("niioil-ii  or Ilnyt-r sriimiriio-lttro ������">"  M<������iH������������<*cllr'  jifl.li'MN-riif  Siillt-.vllciu'lil   (Ara-tyl   8*t*P<ry������e Arlit,   "'������V.   tt.   A."),     WltlV   II   1s   wtll   kntiirit.  Jl.-.l,  .'--|i!lll.   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AJLignar  -Sn'-i  JPer .A_ere   I nan __TLny* Otter  Wlieat ^Exporting Country  \ _        * ���������* i  l Sritaits's   Welt-Beloved Actress j  \ -  .1  Some-inte-iosling lacisvon th*. wheat  yields of Cfiuad-t-are given in a statesmen t recently published by E. S. Hopkins-, Field Husbandman for the Canadian Federal Department Of -Agriculture, which in part .reads as follow*;:.  ''As   the   value   of   lhe   wheat  mining  B    '  m  oruisn  **������   I "!_���������_  *woiuniuia  Milli  on  Output   Value    of    Forty-five  Dollars For 1924  i     According  to  a  -statement  by Jlon.  William Sloan, Minister of Mines-for  Columbia,   the   mines   of -the  cr������P ( British  on the prairie is normally-about fifty - province in 1924 have broken all rec-  per cent, of the total value of the en- * orcls for production in the history- of  tire annual agricultural production ol'lhe province. With an output valued  the prairie provinces, it is inieresting :i{ more )han ������.j5j000,000, they show  fo learn Iioav the yields of this' import- j an increase oE nca,iv it) per cent, over  ant     crop    in     Canada compare with   the 192C ^^    Tho mom,tarv varae  of the output of the mines of British  Columbia, for tbe year 1924, is officially estimated to be ?-15,116,285. This  is an increase over tho-3 923 figures of  J.3.S31,965. The increase in the production of the metalliferous mines of  the province is one of ihe most striking features of mining activity during  the past year. The metal mines have  given a production valued at $32,33 0,-  60-5, as com pa Led with $26,767,Q62 in  the previous year.  Visitor  To   Canada  Deplores   Pessimism | the  Dominion  Bureau  those in other countries. Briefly  stated, Canada has a much higher  average yield per acre than any other  important wheat exporting country.  Some countries Which import wii-^at  have a higher average yield per acre  than Canada, but there art* only a few  of these, such as the t"*Tii'ed Kingdom,  Germany and Denmark, which have a  yield   considerably  higher,   while   the'  .nigil       aaai^ ������i I " J ���������*-        ���������.���������������'r������r^T----������^>f*        1\\r       -_I**"*S*J"*-  countries is ^relatively very small.  Moreover, the expense of producing  wheat in these coiu/.trivs is extremeiy  high. Even .such an important wheat  producing country  as  France  has- an  average yield of only two bushels perl��������� >   acre  higher than   ("gnada,  while both | Sir Campbell Stuart Urges Canadians  Italy and I_oumania~h'a\e lower yields  per acre. -     ��������� "  "The average yield per acre of  wheat, over a period of 23 years, for  the following chief exporting countries of the world, is aa-follows:^ Canada 17.S bushels; United States 3 4.1;  rndia 11.3; Argentine 30.6; and Australia 10.4. In Russia the average  yield over a period of 3 5 years was 9.4  bushel*", per acre- it will be seen,  therefore, that Canada enjoys some  considerable advantage over other exporting countries. This advantage is  due in part to a natural adaptation of  tJ-cientxsts srreCmiiov \jzrmm% x^rougnr  _������  _^_  vyver  For TKe  x tie  _ I j\  _ 1  vv noie  vv cril  Year Jiz&t   Commenced.  'trM-rlit  w<  'I    ������aa-a *%**fla,n������"i  vniivcuvu  !     Tlie year 1925 will be tbe driest th>*  '.universe ha* experienced tli.js century.  Steamship Company Foregoes Charges 'an official of the British  Meleorologi  Ellen. Terry, who became a Dame, of  the Order of the British Empire, at the  New Year's distribution of honors.  On Celebrated Clydesdale Horse  presented to. Saskatchewan  The Anchor-Donaldson line of  steamers have contributed the freight  on Craigie F>vie and the cost of  building the special stall which'*this  choice Clydesdale sire occupied ou the  trip from  Scotland fo Canada, it was i much study on lhe part    oi    weathoi  cal Department lohl the Associated  Press in explaining a new discovery  whieh departmental experts have  made, and whieh, it is declared, enables them to pick out .he wet and dry-  years to come.  This     statement     was   made   after  announced   by   Hon.   C.   M.   Hamilton,  Provincial   Minister   of   Agriculture.  In a "letter received by Robert Sin-  ton from D. S. MacNair, Freight Manager ol the Anchor-Donaldson line,  Mr. MacNair stated:  horse shipped by the Concordia being  scientists, and as tho result of the  discovery That a clo"*e connection  exists between rainfall, particularly in  Great Britain, and the frequency of  solar prominences. The latter are  explained  to  be  the   tongues  of flam-  Under-   the    circumstance-,  of the ��������� inS &as that  dart out   from the sun's  surface,    sometimes    to    a  height of  Mineral Production In Canada  'Total  Esiimated   Value   Is   Placed   At  -i������--���������-������-. dS.n^- wiiii      ���������*>w*     -JGOjd.  The total estimated value of all mineral pioduction in Canada during 1924  was $205,462,000, according to a preliminary  estimate  recently  issued   by  of    Statistics-.  Gold, lead and   .:kc production in Can-  ada touched now high levels last year,  .To   Have  Courage of Ancestors       j w-hile silver, nickel and copper show-  'Tn   the course  of my   present  trip l ejJ S!lins jn production over 1923.      It  Avas  a   great year for the  mines,  for  i  wheat" to the soil and climate in this  country, and, also, to improved methods of cultivation as well as to better  varieties of wheat which have been  introduced by scientific agriculture."  through Canada,"', fetal ed Sir Campbell  Stuart, a native of Monti-teal, and now  managing director of the London  Times, in an address before the Cana-.  dian Club at Ottawa, "I havo encountered a certain feeling of pessimism.  Those who preach pessimism forget  the courage and privations of-your  father and mine. After all, a pessimist is a c-urse~to any country; because any fool can preach the doctrine  of despair."  Pleading lor a pride in Canadian  birthright, a Canadian ,consciousness.  he declared that "ours should be the  enthusiasm to dare and accomplish  what our ancestors could only  foresee."  a present to your province from Mr. ] 230,000 miles and at a speed of more  John Cocker and Mr. James Kirkpat- \ lhan 15<> miles an .hour.  rick, we think Ave mighl joint them in i - Experts have spent three years ������in  a small- measure in foregoing the ] studying tbe relation of this " pheno-  freigh. and ihe cost of the stall. This j menon. with the fall ol rain and have  stall, as 3-ou knoAV, Avas specially built i learned that ihe interval between the  and cost usS' Avell over ������10." j dates when these giant hreworks are  ' most active lias  grown progressively  shorter  during ihe  last half century,  Canada's Livestock industry  Value    of  Today  This  Approximat-  _'\ bollat  a'sl-livestoek i  J-uilt  52- New iilevators  Industry    in    Canada  ately One 'Billion  rs -"  Can ada"*-..livestock industry is on lli������-  upgrade again. seven years .after tho  Avar, so J. JI. Grit-dale. Deputy "Minister of Agriculture at Ottawa, to-h] the  Western Canada livestocks Union convention.:: .The value of this industry  in the Dominion today approximates  one billion "dollars and is fast increasing, ho.said. History- related' that it  took fhe livestock.ton years to recover  Trom Avar's offecty but in Canada this  recoA-ery has taken only seven years.  Increased Butter Production  Saskatchewan    Co-operative    Elevator  Company  Has  Now 435 Elevators  Fifty-two new^grain eleA-ators Avere  constructed last year hy the Saskatchewan Co-operative Elevator Company,-Limited, a farmers' organization,  making a total of -135 elevators in Saskatchewan oAvncd and operated b\ the  company, y There: are, ..hOAvever, 2,43.3.  country ..grain elevators in the j>rov-'  luce, 948 in Alberta. GSl in Manitoba,  five in British Columbia, and one in  Ontario, making .a total of 1,071 country grain elevators in Canada. ^In addition there ale 9S large terminal elevators in the Dominion, making the  grand total of grain elevators 4,3 69.  the A-alue of primary metals"pro<yjtc  ed in Canada in 3 921 reached $98,000,-  000���������an ^advance ol nearly !*14_00n,000  OA-er the total Aralue for 3923.  Gold   production   reached   1,525.000  fine ounces, A-aiucd-at $33,522,000;  Ontario    mines .    contributed      1.230,000  ounces.      Silver bullion Avas 1,700,000  ounces liigher at a total of 20,363,500  ounces,  valued  at   $3 3,61-1,000;   about  one-half ,of    this    was  from Ontario  mines and most of the r<-st from British Columbia.      Nickel production advanced from 61.S00.000 pounds to 69,-  j 250,000   pounds.       Copper   production  dimly j reached a total of 101,565.000 pounds,  or  16  per  cent,  above   the ~3923   production.     L.ea-1 established a neAV high  record af 3 6S,73 3,500 pounds and zinc  reached a new level at 90,000,000. -  "This generous co-operation of this  big Scottish steamship company In  bringing Craigie Fjwie free of co&t- to  Canada is highly appreciated by the  Department of Agriculture and the  UniA-ersity of SaskatcheAvan," stated  Mr. Hamilton, "and ought to convince  all who look upon the Scottish raoe  as inclined to be canny with their  money that Scotsmen can also be generous on a big scale vrhen the occasion Avarrants."  Shipping More Cattle  nr���������I. -  .jl. _    -^" L_ ._,_.m_i     nta_._._     .t_.__i     ������.*.-&������.    -a���������_.  i nn iy     ��������� .'(.uS^t-u   :nu; c   n On S3   o^im    i u  United Kingdom Last Year  Final figures shoAving the 'cattle exports to the United States for the year,  1924, were issued by tlie department  of 'agriculture. All told S1.693 cattle  were shipped overseas, as against 57,-  Scotfand   Protects   Forests  Mixed Farming Apparently Gaining  Headway in Saskatchewan  Dairy butter production in the proA--  Ineo of SaskatcheAvan during the.  monfh of November totalled 721,006  pounds, as compared Avith ���������J43,,'15S  pounds in the same month a yeiu' ago,  an increase of 281,448 lbs., according  to ji slntenient. issued by the Provincial Depart ment. of Agriculture. The  cunmhUive produclion for the first  cloven .month.*" oil* the current year  ainourito'd to 12,9II,206 lbs., conijiarcd  Avith 10,120,81 Ii lbs., hi iho preceding  period.    -  "A in' I tl hi fl rst man 1 o beg a k I s s  of you*?"  "*Yes, I lie ol hers Avere more oner-  gel ie���������they took it, themselves."  A Boomerang  Says Those Who Lesson Production  Help to Reduce StandaVd of Living  J. II. Clynes, I-ord Privy Seal and  Deputy f.eader in the British House ol  Commons Jn the recent Labor Govern  ment, speaking at J_.ecds recently  about Avorkaien who deliberately reduced ihe volume of tho national  wealth hy lessening their output, said  that such workmen at the sumo time  were i;educing their oavii chances ol  raising Iho standard of living.  Quickly  eiieves  Don't letconntipatlon poison your blood  nnd curt ail your energy.  If your liver and bowcla  elon'e work prop- \~       "  er t-"   1 -*, I: c  CARTRIt-S  ..tlilo   llvrr  1*111*1   today' jm ������������������������?_������������������   I  ��������� n-    your   _3 EHr^BO���������l  trouble will      __  be relieved.   For   di-*zinee-i.  tttppfrtita. head ache and b'o"eh*r  try (hem.   Purely vegetable.  ������������_������*J1 r.li ���������Siaiiail *D������ji#���������-Saii-ll PrlaM*  i.i' ������mmimmmmmmmmmm~m4mmmmmmmmmmmmmMmmmw4m4mmm4mmmm4mmmmm*  w.   n.   ir.   ir.no  Manitoba Fish For U.S.  An  indication  of tho importance of  '.tlie  n.slilng industry is given in  state-  j meiits  in the  press to  the effect thai.  1 close   lo  500,000, pounds  of  Manitoba  Arhiteilsh are beihg;shippcd wopkly fo  NeAV Yorl- and Boston.      The fish aro  caught princiiiRly in Lakes \VJnnip<'g'  und WinnIpegosis, ami since being In-  1 roducml io fhe markets of Ncav York  iiiid   IloHtoii' Ktomo  years- ago,   Iho  de-  .niaiul  has couUniu-d  to hicrease.     .   ,  Beatty and Wnhklyn, Honored  .K.   \Y.   Ili;al.ly,   K.C,   Fresidenl   and  Chairnuui of the Canadhm 1'acine,  Eer-ilwu.vr.. and l". L, Wunklyn, avho linn  Just returned as executive assistant  of the .?:ui)ii company, Wert- honored  by ihi- .s<u'-wy_i;ai (,'ovrj'jiuirii., uJhji  llwy wi'fi' tb-'.-ffrutfil with the order of  S-l. Olnf for nlginil services renilercil  fo that  ctiiHHry.  Does Not Want to Depend on  Foreign  ������������������ Timber *  Over 100 millions of young trees and  seedlings are in tho nurseries of the  Forestry Commission in Scotland.  These ai-e to be utilized to make good  the denudation's of the Avar and to lessen as far as possible this country's  dependence upon foreign timber. During the war 250,000 acres of Avood-  lands in Scotland were denuded of  their crops. The Forestry Commission, Avhich started,operations a year  after the Armistice, has already afforested 11,500 acres, and has another  4,500 acres on the prograixime for this  season.      ..- ','"'.., -,''   "  Alberta Highways  Four Hundred Miles of Main Roads  Completed  About '100 in. I oh of main highways  Avero completed In" Alberta during.3921  under Ihe five-year programme author.-'  is-ed by the legislature last season,  which eon lorn plates' xt\ total expenditure of "f3,500.000. The Avork was  done on. the chJ ef .tourist highways in  the province, and as a result a total  of !*250.000 h-iK been earned by the  province    of    the    Fed oral Aid Grant.  1 .al  Ncxl: year's programme eonlcniphtte.s  the building of about 500 miles oi"-.highway.  672 in the preceding year.  During the final week of 3924, there  were 1,278 head shipped which was a  big increase over the"last week of  1923. ^   .  Throughout 1924 the rate for ocean  carriage Avas $20 'per head and. all  the trafiic was' handled by three private . steamship lines and the Canadian  GoA-ermrient Merchant Marine. The  bulk of it was carried by the-White  Star line, one of the three priA-ate  companies.  This represents ' a reA'enue to the  shipping, companies of $1,633,860.  There are indications that the export  movement will continue strong during 1925. Shipping companies report  heavy ��������� bookings for the remaining  winter months.  AvhiltKthe periodicity of wet years in  England has shown a corresponding  change. The mathematical curves indicate a relationship that is too definite to be overlooked, say the department chiefs.  This relaii\ity is nothing neAA*. It  was noticed about IS65, and for the  next 25 years, every fifth year in England was wet, the other four being dry  or normal. All this time the solar  pi eminences weie appearing regularly and normally. At the end of the  25 years the fb mc* -ipjYjared oftener  and continued to appear at regular  periods fcr 20 years when eAer'*- ihird  year was Avet. From 3 930 lo 1921 the  flames were more active aud alternate  years were wet and dry.  The droughty year of 3 921 appears  xo haA-e heen the turning point, lor  noAv the department experts Iwvo  figured out   Uiat  for  the  next  period  ���������of increased solar activity the years  will. l>e in cycles of three. 1avo wet  years and one   diw    one.      Tlie������ year  *���������* "* *���������  1922 is reckoned as tlie last year on  the   late   period,   therefore   the   years  1923 and 1&24 "ia\-e boon the Avet ones  and 1925, if any faith can be placed  in the constancy of tlie solar prominences of the sun, should be a dry one  in England and a droughty one for the  rest of the world.  Demand For Butter  Exports of Wheat  Seventeen Different Countries Purchase Wheat From Dominion  Canada exported 26,9S2,000 bushels  of wheat to 17 different countries during the month of NoArember, according  lo a report of the Dominion .Bureau of  Statistics. Next to" the United King-  dam, which took 20,G75,00a bushels,  the next best customer was titer Netherlands Avith 1,053,000 bushels. Germany took 592,507 bushels, Japan 976,-  000 bushels,' Russia 84.000 bushels,  Loltonia 3 96,000 bushels and British  South Africa 7-1,500 bushels.  Canada Exported 21,676,038 Lbs. Of  Butter in 1924  During the tAvelA-e months ending  \ NoA-ember 31, Canada exported 21,676,-  03S lbs. of butter, valued at "j*7.7S7,-  170, as compared with 12,935,279 lbs.  of butter, worth $-1,822,437 in the corresponding period of-the- prex-ious  yeai\ according to a bulletin issued by  '*���������>  the Federal Depart meat of Agriculture. These lieaA'ier exports have  been due chiefly to the increase in production in Saskatchewan-and Alberta.  WtV-afaMa-  Next   l������> aj-vh-uHurt', .l.-,h."ih".-. jire  most, itiuiortH.nl. sources of food,  the  The   ro.-e  tallly to Ilu..  I.--, the emblem  Kyrliiiis,  of Inimor  Exports  To  Orient  Alberta is Developing a Considerable  Export Trade in Products  TMirlnj- the pust: three yearn .here  has been a considerable growth jn export of product-"- l.o the Orient, from  Albert**. During tho period .Tunuury  to Dr'ohtv,* IM. 3924, 150 Ions of ment,  535 tons nl' butter, and 12.500,000 bushels of grain were shipped to thai, market, as -mi rn pit red Avith 50 Ioiih, UIO  Ions nntl 3,r)0">,*)00 bnr.hi-h' respectlve-  ly,  for the whole of .1922.  Settle is  For Alberta  Nearly t.m tliousantl people reached Alberta as net I lorn during iho eight  monihH* period between April and  November. IiicJumIvc. A total ol* (J.-135  came from overiieiis and'2,".0!J from the  I'niled {-_.titl.eu-  i   Sounded  Bad  Physics.  Professor  (assigning homo-  ivorl".'. "Tomorrow start, with lightning ;  / -      j  and go to thunder."  I Toll of Great Lakes 1924  i Thiriy-seven lives and 15 boats, tho  j greatest in a number of years, were  ; lost on ihe Great I,aka*-s during 1921,  ! reports of underwriters re\-ealed. The  greatest los sof life was on lhe steam-  : er Clirion. which foundered in I.ah<*  ! Huron duriug the Aveelc of September  !'21,   26   members   of  the., crew   and   2  passengers ������oing down Avith  the ship.  W'HWP*** ' IW1���������- Hi""������  FREE  One would often give much  to be able to lay his hands on  directions for treating seed for  smut, preparing a ration for  laying hens or for doing a hundred sad one other kinds of  worlc about which he haa read.  A proper system of preserving  and filing pamphlets would meet  such a need at all times. Such  a system has been devised by  the Department of Agriculture  at Ottawa. It in fully explained  tn "THE PUBLICATIONS  INDEX  BOOK" :n which  the  ���������v'-r-T-^  t  pamphlet*,   of   the  Name   Department  and   other   documents may   be  recorded in classified fashion.  To   receive   the    INDEX  BOOK and ������ LIST ol FREE  PAMPHLETS on all farming  topics, fill in this -slip and return it post free to:  The Publication?" "Branch  JDepsrSmcnt of As*r"es������!t"*rtt  Ottawa, Ont.  ../.'. Ji. Xo.  W24  gMgaBa  mm .**  Twi^iL-������)J!B^!UU22W&GS������  'A.f? -'  v..5-*.*^w.t  '*   ". _ '���������*  THE   CBESTOK  JISirVIBW  r  *-~^   viinder and Crankshaft  _^-_r_"r_i  ���������9  "IT_  Cf  iVba>  ������s  fAe   time  to   think about^ having  your  Cylinders and Crankshaft   Reground!  We use a HEAL.D Cylinder Grinder- and a.liAN.DIS Crankshaft  Grinder (as used by all the leading, automobile factories in ,  Canada and the U.S.) and guarantee every job we turn  out to give perfect satisfaction.  We specialize in Automobile, Tractor, Marine  and Stationery Engines.  Write for our 1925 revised price list.  I  RIVERSIDE IRON WORKS. Limited  CALGARY,   Alberta  The 192S Fruit Crop  Tli������ ijort-iciilfeiJiH-ists are  the fruit crop in most lines will  &L(vna0-*t  __c������    that 1925 will  be light.  jVltfT.     .mm.  ������~jts?--  .ywarj    |  than  This will mean, snore  with a single  crate or box  j. ou  money you will receive therefor.  er. that before you part company  will want   to know exactly what  This will mean. too. that for this year OUR SPOT CASH  BUYING will appeal to you morf strongly than ever before.  On our several trips to prairie points we"have lined up a string  of retailers that will enable us to successfully handle a much larger  tonnage than last year in all lines.  If you are interested in getting top prices on day of delivery it  will be a real pleasure to talk business with you.  Creston Valley Co Operative Association 5s-now4stf!"ziog their new hay  warehouse just erected on the lot in  front of the" new Union warehouse,  xhe latest, structure is about 20 x 40  feet.  ������t_������b_a 7 ��������� .As ���������   . *-������     .. -.    ...   ^at. ~--_..     -*-aa. ..-__._  iiicuauiw .uruna.   Oi  i^liriBt,   vu-urvu  atmoune*- ������ silver tea at tne Vicarage  on Saturday. March 28th. from 3 to  5.30 p.m. Watch- for advertisiuent of  children's", ^masquerade party after  Easter.      *Y     '  "Unseeing "Eyes" which appears at  the- Grand-'j-t-ft-iSat-iirda-''' night was  filmed in the Coin tit hia Valley near  Invern_ere*-rrid should have more than  the usual-appeal .for Creston's . move  patrons.      \    *_ .'  Billy Hall 'tfnd Osborne Bell left on  Monday for Kellogg, Idaho, where  work "is.opening out again, nnd they  expect to obtain steady employment.  1$. W. Payne returned to 1-ellogg the  same day.   ,  _The cash, intake at the "Wynndel  J_..j_.. Olub concert at the 'Errand on  Wednesday night last was almost $90.  After paying all expenses, the club  will have another $45 to add to their  community hall building fund.  . The C.P.R. gasoline car that will be  used on' a special run between Kossland  and Trail, went through Creston under  its own power on Saturday afternoon.  It will seat 44 passengers and has a  smoking and: baggage compartments.  Fr. Ehman, who has been in charge  of Holy Cross Church. Creston for the  last eighteen months, "has just- been  transferred to Fernie, succeeding Fr.  j-ennedy* who was also a former Creston paster. jL-ajo announcement, is  made as *^to who will, replace Fr.  -unman.  Gregory Nicholas, a iccal Indian -was  -up before Magistrate Mallandaine on  Friday on a charge of stealing r Mackinaw coat belonging to Mr. McFar-  lane. He' was found guilty and let  down with a" fine nf SS and costs.  Indian agent E. H. Small of Cran-  broor* was here watching the cases for  '"the accused.   ,-   .  Rev. H. G. Vans, who for a. few  months w-ts in temporary charge of  Creston Presbyterian churchJhetween  the pastorates of Bev. R. E. Pow and  nev. j. AlcOoro, tfiecFut his home in  Vernon at the end of the' week, He  was oVer"Sti-yeai'S of age.  J. E. Vance, ninnuger-r*u the .Cooperative Fruit Exchange.; got- away  last week nn a visit to points -on the  Arrow .Lakes that are attached to the  Kootenay sub central a*f _ tha Associated -Growers, which "Bit". -^Vance' is to  man ase the conatcs* season. *  flgS  _&***_."  ���������"r%"a_������"'i:f'.li J  *���������* *h  THE BEST THERE IS IN RADIO  1 fn   ��������� "        _   .. . *'_:"-_ .    -   .* '      111   _i  ���������'  -- - BfS-  *-������a    *- V  We keep a full stock of Radio Accessor  ies,  such  as  A, B and u  Tubes, &c.  Batteries,  CMLEVBOLET MOTORCARS AND  TRUCKS  AGENTS  McLAUGHLIN-BCjrCB:  CARS7  r  _&���������_������_���������  B___,_*"_ Si  fi-T  SHE  *4#B  _������-y>_������ si  mH IS  __F    _B   ___frt    _~_3 V_l-a.  b - era _"_*���������  ���������.-is ���������   rroauce  ALF. NELSON, Manager  company  Local  and r-ersonai  "Fob; Sake-Two 1-ton Ford trucks,  in good shape.'   H. S. McCreath.    ,  M:\fTu CAI_ Ulie  01 ��������� tne  Valley.  best  Fred  ������3������-���������_1 ���������  ���������������-   ���������������~t-   ��������� ��������� ������������_.������L;.._______  piyv   uaua, ou oauuauoj.  ���������--* business visit at  froas a couple of days1  Spokane.  For Saub���������Thorobred, Jersey heifer  calf, three weeks old* Apply Dx.  Henderson.  Pony Fob; Sale���������Purebred Shetland  pony, saddle and bridle, $50. Apply  A. N. Couling.  For Sale���������-Purebred Jersey heifer  heifer calf; also a saddle pony. Apply  Crestca Hotel.  Mrs. Hopwood spent a couple of  days with friends at Cranbrook at the  end of the week.  Mrs. Art Atkinson and young  daughter of Vernon were Monday  visitors here with Mra. A. L. Cameron, en route to Cranbrook to visit her  parents.  Anglican Church Services  SUNDAY,  MARCH 22 I  CRESTON  7.30 p.m.  , &XJTG  running   cars   in    the  Waylett, Eriekson.  For Sam:���������Two "White Pekin ducks,  $2; and one White Wyandotte rooster.  R. Stewart. Alice Sid'ns*.  Mrs. S. A. Speers was a. visitor with  Cranbrcok friends a couple of. days  this week,, leaving on Monday.  Leslie McMurtrie was a business  visitor at Cranbrook a couple of days  last week, ret-irning on Friday.  Potatoes���������1 have a quantity of  first-class potatoes for sale, will do for  seed.    C. O. Rodgers, Creston.  Miss Ella Leamy of Macleod. Alta.,  arrived on Monday and is making a  short visit with her sister, Mrs. Bayle.  Eggs For Hatching���������Purebred  Barred Rocks from Agas"siz Farm male  hird, $1.25 per setting. Mrs. Vaness,  Alice Siding. _  Bed For Sai_e���������White enamel  double bedstead, springs and mattress.  .0 good shape. Apply Mrs. Varley at  the Vicarage.  The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid gathered in about $30 at their tea and sale  of cooki ng at the home of   Mrs.   Hen  derson on Saturday afternoon.  The Federal auto truck, "which has  been used on hard surface road work  here the past four yean:, was shipped  to Trail on Monday where it will be  used for about a month on some rush  road building.--It is to be returned  along with another truck of similar  capacity and will he used on an exten  sive rcsd insprGvetnent campaigu nere  ��������� this year.  During the height of the gale that  raged last Thursday "afternoon a telephone call came in  for  volunteers  to  -fight a fire at the Lidgate residence on {  the Alice -Siding road.    There  was a J  E splendid response but due to  the two j  sons making a.quiek trip by auto with  a couple of extinguishers the blaze was  put out   before   any   serious damage  was done to anything but the roof.  Tourings - Light Deliveries - RunaUouts -Trucks  ._���������_.!       1 -_, n 1   , ti 1 1 1       , '  1  '1 Used Car. 1924^kodel Touring... .$500.00  1 Used Car, 1924 Model Touring 450.00  1 Used  Car, 1923 Model Touring..... 275.00  These Used Cars are re-conditioned and. are in first-  class shape-���������and are guaranteed. ^ -.        -  __"-.  Cars���������NEW or USED.  ������  EVA  BEVAN, Prop.  Exclusive Ford Dealer  Poli'eynokleips in" the.Great West Life  Assurance Company are reminded  that A. C. McMillan, their well known  representative, will be in Creston from  Sunday to Monday, March 22 or 23  and will he "very pleased to go into the  details of the various polices in force  here with those who may desire information at this time.' Mr.*McMillan  will also be pleased to discuss life  insurance with all interested..  A. McL. Fletche*v Dominion fruit  inspector. Nelson,,was here on an  official visit on Wednesday. He was  just in from Cranbrook, where he had  been inspecting o, carload of potatoes  which reached that town from New  Brunswick on- Tuesday.-. He states  that already this month Nelson  dealers have taken delivery of half a  dozen cars of the N.B. spuds, and  there have been two come into Cranbrook. ���������"'     -    -.  Sending Money Away ?  -. Those desiring to transfer sums of moREey  . to other countries will find it advisable.to  use Bank, Drafts. They are the safest  and moat convenient medium for transferring money abroads and the cost is  moderate. Bank Drafts are issued at all  branches of the Imperial Bank. *  IfVfPERJAJ-   BAJSIK  I^E."  C.W. ALLAN,  OF C-AT-ZAJDU-  CRESTON BRANCH,  .-_���������  , 34ain-_ga>r.  ������������������..  OGIL VIE Goods are dependable  Field Seed!  We   unhesitatingly  recommend the following which  we have in stock :  Gate Post Mangel  Timothy  Alfalfa  Common Red  ���������       I vv* ���������������������-������ *<���������  V^AVJ V K*l  and  Alsike  1 Vim {* Ef CS {% tl C������  J. E. Merryfleld of Vancouver, the.  B.C.   organizer   of   the   Conservative  party, was here over the weekend in  conference with   the   CreBton   Tories.  Eggs Fob. Hatching���������White  Wynndotte eggs. $1.25 for setting of  15. White Pekin duck eggs,$l for  setting of 12. R. Stewart, Alice Siding.  Potj-Trt? For Sale���������Breeding pen  ynrebred Rhode Island Reds, with  11 pullets and, ono male, splendid  layers, $1 eaoh. Mr. Vaness, Alice  Siding.  Roy Hilt a former accountant at the  Bank of Commerce, recently transferred to Cranbrook was here for the  St. Patrick's night dance in the Parish Hall.  MurreH Olsen, a former assistant at  tbe C.P.R. depot, but for the past  three yearn located at Klngsgate, was  here for the St. Patrick's dance on  Tueftday night.  E. McOonnan, who has been junior  nt the Bank of Commerce for the past  mx month*, has been transferred to  Naku-ip, leaving for that town at the  end of the week.  About ���������_*> sfi'iplfj. ���������.������������������-���������re out for the  St. Patrick>������ night dance at tho Parish  Hall on Tueuday night, -svhich was  given !,y_Mi������ r.ii.i"i<>ri orcheatra, which  5.3;-..*rf 4 i'ii'i'ttUJti-ii   llif. t'l'ltittii".  Att*-ndanre������ armi.11110 to grow at the  Lenten Wednesday afternoon rneet-  ir������g-������ for women in the Parlub Hall,  llev. G. Knox wm the upcaker this  week, bin Muhjoct   being   "Meekne-ts."  Prm 8ai-K���������Large   wood heater,   $4,  only line-! a   few   Urno*.    IhifTot,   |2T,.  Bureau iind   w-tMhwtnml.   $10.    Double  1WI,   Mfifiop-   jirtrl   nr- -a Mr������ *������*������������������.   <*I4 ,      A"*1***!"*  Mr*. tV. I..  (Vffirtbi, Victoria A venue.  Spring  Mas heen going strong all week, but In most all the  lines listed there is still a splendid choice for  week-end buying.    Don91 pass up this oppor-  ^SaaM! mm. Letja-_ t^ ^^4^^^^ *__^a^*^ ^L^^<^ t^tk^-^a W*'^i^_'^ _T*tf A1l*^_iW_l  *^j0 ^" i^L mtm9 _| ^M^^liU 4d   Q IM___k _*__I*HJ* ���������Tml Catte d|������^ 'a^.^ ^u^g|^UW  to buy at cost from such a large stock is not  likely -to   present  itself -for  many __i������i_ths.  Dry Goods  III Ulttf I IHkP  mm^^mSk  Pmmmmm^ |gP*S*-S ������r~~-- wr^Bw .iSSrS^'.  ���������ifflaifflBBmm_BW    a*HW^affipHWi    iWS) ^������SJaS������>      ^^^^mmmm9*  FarriStiirs  HBrOWalo

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