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 !^t^ LibrW     ' apl x.  VOL.   JLVJJLf  GBESTON, B, Cf, FRIDAY, MARCH 27. 1925  No.    7  19������S Vegetable.      I  Market Reviewed  The growing of annual crops will,  undoubtedly, receive much attention  from the rancher** of the district this  season. Even if the prices * obtained  for these crops do not show the profit  that it would have done a few years  ago their cultivation will furnish employment on the ranch, and are almost  certain to give a fair return in wages  for the labor expended.  Vegetables are the only annual crop  that we are likely to grow for quantity  shipment..' Six years ago vegetables  formed n considerable percentage of  our total shipments but "since that  time, due fo the increase of orchard  products, these shipments have steadily declined until in 1924 we imported  into this district in the'- neighborhood  of fiif ty tons of vegetables.  Should the grower consider it wise,  or necessary, this season to-again turn  his attention to vegetable growing it  would be well to take into consideration'some changes in marketing conditions which have taken place in the  last few years.  Cianbrook .district and, in fact,  points all along the Crow have, been'  invaded by the market gardener who  peddles his truck from house to house  and, in addition, the irrigated sections  in Southern Alberta are devoting a  ���������good deal of attention -to vegetable  growing.  In spite of these facts, however,  there are varieties of vegetable which  are not grown in these distncts-whtch  grew w5������i here and In ease of some  other varieties onr shipping season  would cbm~ a$ a time when produce  from these competing districts "would  .8SS,0_5.tiMS"������Mfc1rk������ti,,^* 'A^'-A- /-<    V .  .'  With the ideaof o���������"ering-information  that ~-css!d be of sotne assistance the  Review has gathered from severs*  sources marketing data bearing, upon  the various  annual   vegetable  crops.  These we have tabulated according  to variety and what we have to say  deals more particularly with the-possibility of our markets absorbing what  we grow rather than with ths quest-ion  of whether or not the crop will prove  profitable. -   "*'  . This latter problem while, undoubtedly, of major importance must be  determined    largely   by   competetive  -we.produce in reasonably large quantities.  Cacttmberm  Cueuinb������rs are another crop which  we have not attempted, to ship any  great distance and for which ebere ie,  undoubtedly a. considerable market at  a competitive price. Apparently these  must be grown under favorable conditions otherwise we get a cucumber  that falls down in shipment, and for  this reason may cause heavy loss.  Favorable conditions mean abundance  of moisture and rich soil.  ������_  Peppers  The market for this comnodity  appears quite limited but since peppers  are not likely to be grown extensively  probably no over production need be  anticipated. - " ���������  Com -> _  Practically all   the   corn   grown   in  -paSar SasuSGaiS uSe   C������������n    iutiraebiiOi'-    ������.tr  good prices on . the Crow. Whether  or not M_ji������i,__:et> condEtfoiis "ssstif*0' 'a?*??  plantings would depend on what price  growers might consider profitable.  Certainly if shipped to competitive  points the'price will be lower than our  average for the last few seasons.  Growers should be careful to remember  that the only variety the market calls  for is "Golden Bantam/*  Potatoes  Thiais a -standard crop and- market  is always available for this product at  competitive prices.  The ��������� Whirlwind Gills Club had  anoeher banner turnout at their third  of the season's whists and dances,  which-was held at the R. J. Long  packing shed on Friday night. Card*������  were indulged in until about 10.80.  with the high score prizes going to  Mrs. Long and "Will Lush, and there  was about an hom**������ dancing prior to  supper. Following lunch a cake  donated to the club by tbe men at the  Staples mill, and baked by the wel  known camp chef, was raffled and  realized a total of $10.50. The music  for the dance was from the club's new  piano^at which Miss Jeanne Hall presided in capable fashion and with Roy  Telford as- master of ceienionies,  ..things were kept moving until almost  ������J a.ju.  sate ______..     -_.4T._B,_  ��������� ur giuoo auvianc  an aao     i_i  neighborhood of $45.  The appointment  of  Mr. A. Earle  Birnev of the class nf  Arts *W" **> th-  [post of euitoi"-ih-chief of the pnbliea- j  tions board was announced  following  the regular meeting of  the University  Students* Council on .Monday   night.  Mr. Birney.  will   succeed   Mr. T,  W.  Brown, -who graduates this year and  who has occupied  this position for the  past   months of the current session.  Mr. Birney will  assume his duties .at,  the opening of the   fall   term   at   the  new University site   and   will,   there  fore, be a   member   of   the   Students*  Council during what   promises   to   be  the most critical- period  of its' history.  The new appointee has already served  ort the staff   of   the   "Ubyssey,"   the  college paper, for   two   years,   having  acted as a reporter last   year   and   as  associate    editor during' this   session.  lie is   a   prominent   member  of   the  Letters Olub and has shown   His sntsr  est- in athletics by his participation in  the activities of   the   badminton   and  a*n*i.ujuling     CtiiuS.       JLi1      &uu_tiOiiJ   . *aO     IL  good all-round record in  his scholastic  ing of this crop seems a very doubtful  proposition from  a profit standpoint.  Rhubarb  While hardly to be classed as an  annual crop the growing of rhubarb  would appear to have possibilities  worth considering. Tbe demand is  far in excess of the supply and prices  have ruled much higher than they did  a few years ago.  _=,���������.������..      ..��������� ;���������..  ^s__S   ���������t��������� -ss Set-  nutK) aaas lo aa, uiav yintra i_ugilBU  student.���������Vancouver Province.  uujjun  Local  and  In connection ������. _th marketing the  1925 crop it now seems certain that all  four firms operating, in 1S2. will he  again competing for "the local tonnage.  The   B.C.    Fruit   Company   has  an  nounces! the ag>po .utineni of is.. Kieisi  "���������* *-���������������������������> IB-J**��������� ���������*���������-  market   for   early   cabbage   is  ��������� to-July,'and the earlier ship*  ^������t|nts can commence the. better.    As  soon as carloads of mixed stuff begin  So move from   the   Okanagan  outside       ,      , _-,_ ������     . _   __  Markets disappear, and by August 1st \T. *������?al representative  and with Mr.  -re are met toy   trnrfe   gardener   com   Jf^ey *������������* representing   the   Tabor  petition at Cranbrook and other Crow Cs^y Qw������?I������������55f ������Sd making monthly  p.>jttts. - &^������ul^ci^tfceti   cars   of  vegetables be made up from here next fall  a considerable quantity of late Cabbage  "will be needed.  The Review is issued a day early  this week in order to permit the editor  to keep an eye specialist- appointment  .at Vancouver on Friday morning. If  we get back in time there will be an  issue next week, but if we are delayed  April 3rd will have to be the usual  u?������m^h-*������. *%..*iiiu v __a-|Q there T^iii se --"O  paper on that date.  WANTEB=-Light democrat or buggy,  must be in good condition and cheap  for cash buy.    Enquire Eleview Office.  *&    Rev. and Mrs. JELelquist- of Cranbrook were weekend visitors at Canyon, the former taking the usual  Norweigan service at the Sam nelson  house on Sunday.  Canyon City was shocked on Monday to hear of the death of Wm. Hurl  at Kimoerley.tbat morning, being a  victim of double pneumonia, lie was  a nephew of Richard Hurl and was a  frequent visitor at Canyon. Mrs.  Rurl left the following day to attend  the funeral.  ' The United Farmers are having a  whist at the schoolhouse on Saturday  night, S_arch 28th, to which all are  invited.  Principal Holthamzner, who is acting for the United Farmers, reports  tha usual good demand for stumping  powder this year, quite a supply nav-  ���������ug t_.ire������._y COlESe nx.  While Mrs. Hurl is at Kimberiey  Mr.. Hurl is spending a -few days with  friends at Kitchener.  House: For   Sax.b���������4-rmnii   cottage  on two lots on  Barton Avenue,   goi  cheap  and   on   easy    terms.    See  Waltnsley, Creston.  vailed the past week���������snow, rain,  wind, and a slightly more generous  allowance of sunshine. A small-sized  edition of the, mid December blizzard  prevailed for about fifteen minutes  early Sunday afternoon during which  there was some wreckage of glass tops  on greenhoiit-'es-  ^���������jFob Sams���������Badminton set, tncSud-a  ing four racquets, net and shuttlecock,  never been. used, going cheap. Apply  Mrs. Varley, Vicarage, Creston.  ge  tig [  R.  supplies and other factors which can *cinsideration in order to get. highest  be arrived at only after or about the  time tbe product is ready to market.  Tomatom*  The market for this crop appears to  be unlimited so far as the possibilities  of our district goes. Given our  probable maximum production we  would still ship only a comparatively  email part of the prairie demand.  At the present time we are nob  growing sufficient tomatoes to meet  the needs of the market as far as and  including Lethbridge. The Okanagan  is onr main competitor and the -fact  that in the latter district the canneries  require for their purposes a very large  tonnage tends to keep the market  above a definite low point which  should show us some profit provided  42faxomr  - Some effort should benuade'to create  an interest in the growing of onions.  The,fact that we have no onions in  this district is a great detriment to. us  in making up mixed cars dm ing September. Usually prairie jobbers want  onions included in their country cars  of Mclntosh Red Apples and ii this  v&'riety is .to take .".'firstplace as a  standard apple for Creston we must  give the   gi owing   of  Onions   serious  .visits to.CresUjn^;^ia������>.3Srn������ " will; give  ?<������.>������"���������.  ��������� _������_ ~ r.tr7a-_.i.������i-������.e__        .-mm m.  ^.&.-������n.,wt^   a ���������a ������   ==|*^-^������_r������_, ������������������?_>%-...������..*..������>.    <_..iavu  Nelson assures us that Creston Valley  Produce Company will again -be bny-  ,i_g on th? ������ash market-SBS**-- s^gf-era.  Creston Co-Operative Fruit ..Exchange  are already laying plans for handling  the W2S crona whilst R. B. Staples,  manager of Crouton Growers, Limited,  tells^us that he will be in the market  for un increased fruit and vegetable  tonnage this season.  ,- "Due to-the -absence--joJ- Rev..  3. A.  ^CM-i-cro      tvat-S      S|j*r������-������*i_*c-;_a      nil      but""-    %������*-������-.*���������*.���������������=__ ra  meeting in the IJarista Hall on Wednes  'day afternoon   was   Rev. H-  Varley,  wbns^ -topic wn\s "-Satisfaction."  The steam shovel- is being set up  near the old'site at the Canyon, and  the work trains on the haul of fill  material to*"the Kootenay Landing  -f-trfestie, will likely be on the run an a  few days.  linANU IHEATHE  Saturday, APRIL  Presenting  A  "L^JIirfl. Jl ���������I U������ He MM  in a story of tho far Eaat  ������������ gg ^3        ^m^   ^^^  H_I_L- m ww  |-aMl    j||     *^^  Mi8a Negri  will  enibered as the  ouc_  be  stclr  romem-  in the  "Spanish Dancer."  ���������myynsir* ft *"  Ji i-.H-MJi' %j MaXX JU  * *f*������  TTXTnaTrfOTIXN  ... JIUJlOJUiO  returns for Mcintosh  Reds.  ln other districts onions appear to  hi tho most uniformly profitable nf all  annual crops and while this district  m ty not be entirely suited to on ion  growing undoubtedly such natuia  difficulties as present themselves' can  be overcome;. _   "-.   " '  Certainly |f no onions are grown  here this year the shortage of this  vegetable will work against us unfavorably in making up and selling carload lots.  Bemtt. CarratBt Turnip* utid Parsnip*  There is a nice demand for a limited  quantity of these vegetables in both  early and late cars. With the excep  fcivin of parsnips all these veigotablea  have excellent feeding value for stock  so that even in the event of growers  producing more than market requirements there would be no loss  ���������      ���������'..."  Grean   Vmffmtablmr .  Lettuce, green onions, peas, beans,  radishes, etc.* were profitable and In  some demand from this district a few  years ngp. The markets ' which we  supplied are* now securing their supplies from other more or less porman-  tcui. Kaoui-ceu and 'fcrowei-s .of fcheue  varieties -may expi'Ct to find, their  output unmarketable except 3n vary  limited quant Itles. ,  C'f-xj-r'i Signets ft* Pamphin ssj-jd?Vegetable  Marrow  DeipancL very limited and p-ricHi apt  to be disappointing.  Jiftt'on*  Home attention has been paid by  certain growers to thia crop and possibly results havo been fairly Batlsfnot*  ory. Generally npcalclng, however, it  would appear that melons In this  dibbrict aire ready for market at the  moBfc unfavorable seciBon us regards  demand with the result that the grow-  Creston District  Conscrvatios  AssoaatiOn  MEETING  Speers'Hall, Creston  Monday, March 30  at EIGHT p.m.  BUSINESS:' To elect delegates to attend. Convention  jto Nominate  a   Candidate  -"* for the Dominion House.  Anglers, Attention!  For.the 1925 Ashing season we  nre offering two substantial  prizes to the fishermen who have  the good fortune not to let the  biggest ones get away, and the  orJly regulations attached to {.ho  contest are: 1. Fish must be  cnuRhb with taoldcT' purchased afc  thia store, find, 2. The fish must  be presented at our store a& taken  from water to bo weighed and  measured so that nn cxabt record  mrty bo kopt of till oftfcohes. The  rewards are:  fmjn JfS^Sff <& m  ���������M   JR^.MmJtMZ.lCP m  LABGEST TROUT ���������$6.00 Kn������-  Hsh Reel.  ^jiARGBST BASS~$1S.60 &h foot  Birookside Steel Bait Hod.  fit tf ������* _ ., - ~, mm. mm.  aS'ST'lJ" HrfMB-CB^tS  The ladies* are reminded of the display and sale of ready-to-wear and  trimmed hats that Mrs. Jackson is  having at the store: next the Imperial  Bank on Thursday and Saturday,  April 9th ami 11 th.  Mrs. Speers was hostess at four  tables of court whist on Friday after-  noonla8t alt which the prizes were  carried off by Mrs. McLaren and Miss  Bevan. A-dainty lunch was served  and the affair was very much enjoyed  by all the guests.  C- O. Rodgers got back on Monday  from a weekend visit with Mrs. Rodgers. who is still confined to the hospital in Spokane, but whose recovery  im such that it iu expected she will be  able to return about the end of the  month.  The Presbyterian Mission Band and  Standfast Olub monthly joint meetings  are attracting large turnouts. On  Friday night out of a total membership of 44 both organ I zafcionH,y there  was an attendance oC 48. It was a  study meeting, with muBic, recital ions,  etc. ' , ,y' *     , -  Lumuer���������Sealed tenders will be  received by the undersigned up to  Saturday, April d, 1025, for the* purchase of the old lumber, etc.. of the  Women. Institute building lately  occupied by the Crouton public library.  Mrs. L. AL Cherrington, Secretary,.  Creston.  Provincial police McLaren is a coast  visitor thin week, continuing his  Journey west to Port Coquillum wtth  Gustnf Zachodnlck, after leaving the  other two brothers in- Nelson at the  middle of last week. It is just possible  Mao will come back In his new provincial uniform ���������  At an emergency meeting of the  executive of Creston Board of Trade  on Thursday In at, tho nituister of militia was wired a strong protest against  the proposed closing ot tho HiC.M.P.  post at Creston. L. W. Humphrey,  I_.P.��������� haa alao been nslscd to si-a t-U_t.  the post Is continued.  Regulation March weather  ban prc-*  Miss Ella Leamy left on Sunday for  Kellogg, Idaho, where she has received  the appointment of superintendent of -  I the hospit-il in that town. Miss Leamy  '��������� only graduated from  the Nelson hospital* s-*boOt*t"3*ee'-5^rs"v-asrot Ama-t'-iusi*'  selection for such" an   important'" post  surely Indicates exceptional ability For  oue of her years.. r  - At - the    annual    meeting. of. Ahe  Standfast Boys Club of the Presbyterian   Church,    Arthur    Couling    was _  chosen presides-1_ witb Donald Bentley,   vice-president; Alex. Henderson,  secretary- and Harold Speers, treasurer.  .The club   membership is   now   23  and the meetings are large ty attended,  just now. the boys   nre   getting   great  satisfaction out of the   instruction   in  basket-making    frohi    pine    needle.*,  which they are   receiving   from   Mrs. ���������  Geo. Young.  VALSPAR  in Colors  VALSFAB,     famous   for   its  waterproof and wearproof quali  ties, also comeg iix colors ���������  VAUSPAB ENAMEI/S and  Valspar Varnish, absolutely waterproof*. They stand ^all the  famous: Valapar tenta.  ALABAST1NB. A de������erved-  ly popular wall ooatinpcof endur-  heanty.    21 tintn,  75o.   package,  If yc.:j are coMifiijdeH'Hij dom^  any painting this apriitg. now i&  the time before the dust ttioa  Otir iwtock ia oompleto for inside  and outside painting*.  ^nSi Ba (^^ ^ra ^^ ^)   ^^ {^^  ������^^b ^^ |^2JSI__i immi __Sf   _��������� __������������������      __y     __3      __��������� _3 __l   ���������A  >������-*--        m mm '*������-'������)_    mmmmtmmimi-veor- THE    REVIEW,    CttESTON.    B.    C.  '���������  V*; M'  \$'.  m  l-v-t  I  ���������p p m ^ .ISfiOOQLOOl-1-66-''''  V_71     .--  vv near  With the hours oi* daylight growing- longer and tbe rays of Ihe. sun be  coming stronger the farmers of "Western Canada will 'within''a-few weeks eiU-  gage iu their annual task of ploughing, hai rowing, seeding.      Oi' all the mani-  told industries in. which. Canadians engage this 3s by far the most important.  JL is the foundation work on which all other work, all other enterprises,'and  the very life and prosperity-of the Dominion depends.  -* Furthermore, aside from its importance, it is easily Die largest annual  nnd drinking ia Canada, and is only comparable to that undertaking for which  il. is a preparation, namely, the harvesting, threshing and marketing of the  result-suit crop. .Harvest time sometimes "brings disappointment, "but seed  time is a time of hope, anticipation, expectation.  The story of wheat in Western Canada reads like a romance, although  some individual farmers who have sustained several reverses- may be-"father  inclined to look upon it as a tragedy. But.it is only when.the vision is  restricted to a glance over a single year^or a-few years, that the tragic features are seen. When the whole perspective is studied the romance and  promise outweigh Ihe disappointments'and tragic aspects.  The statement is made in a recent issue oi the Winnipeg Tribune that in  1876 Manitoba made its first shipment of wlieat to the East���������less than a thousand bushels. It was all that could "be spared and it,was needed in Ontario  for seed. Less than iifty years later Western. Canada occupied the proud  petition of the greatest wheat exporting country in the world, sending three  hundred millions  of bushels  to  foreign markets.  Even as recently as twenty years ago Western Canada was only exporting 16,000,000 bushels, S mere drop in the bucket of the world's requirements.  Today the size of the Western Canada Wheat crop is a matter of concern in  many countries., aud especially so in Britain where it practically fixes the  price of bread.  The wheat crop, of Western Canada has become the barometer of business throughout the Dominion. A bountiful crop in the West means the placing oi" orders by the railways for rolling stock and other equipment arid the  extension of branch lines; it means activity in Eastei_. factories in the manufacture of larger quantities.of goods of all kinds; it means the construction.  ���������>'' more interior and terminal elevators, a larger demand for lumber, increased employment for artizans and laborers. A reduction in the wheat acreage  and crop means a curtailment in all our national activities.  IL should be an inspiration to Western farmers as they prepare tlieir implements and machinery for the approaching seed time to vision, the results  ot the. labor. What an incentive and encouragement to realize that as individuals tens of thousands pi' them are supplying more wheat to feed the  fworld than the whole oi" Western Canada produced less than fifty years ago!  What a feeling of satisfaction should come from the knowledge that they  have built the more than? four thousand elevators with a combined, capacity of  nearly   240,00(..000 bushels now  found  in Canada!       The great terminals-"at  Market  Hooded  With  Foreign  Prod-acts  X  British Product's Undersold By  French arid Italian Goods  Great Britain is at present importing  foreign manufactured' goods at the  rate of twenty-four million pounds -per  month. There is still great unemployment in*Great Britain. Millions  of pounds worth of t4w.se- imported  manufactures ,, arey commodities that.  compete directly ''with English factories. The home market is being, flooded with foreign products. French  cloth is underselling Britisii cloth in  England; Italian' boots and' leather-  goods are appearing in London,, and  Italian printed cottons threaten to  drive Lancashire prints from the market unless something is done to reduce  the price or otherwise protect the  English industries from foreign competition."���������Toronto Telegram.-  i II  Successful Year In  Heavy  Loss On Great  Lakes  fl-SM      ll  H-fa /I ������A������**  1*** -fr"'.*..-'"!"! ���������%*        OVWI  irlm  i.t.ui-  Pacific coast are the work of the prairie farmers.  And the epic of Western wheat includes the story of flour. The little  grist mills of Ehirty and forty years ago have given place to the great mill-  in .^industry of today, with the result that a year ago Canada exported flour  in one hundred different countries:, and the Dominion is rapidly forging to  :!n.- front as the greatest flour exporting country in the world. .Again the  work of the prairie farmer.  As the Western Canada farmer follows his plough and seeder this Spring  in.! will be justified not only in his pride in past achievements, but in contemplating-what, from all present indications, will be a brighter and more prosperous future.   - Prevailing prices for wheat are good, there ia a world's wheat.  shortage to be made up, countries like Japan nnd China are steadily increas-  inlg their cosuinpi ion of wheat, the United States is raising smaller and smaller quantities for export.      --"tops, too, are "being   taken    to    reduce    the    toll  exacted by middlemen on the produce of. the West enroute to world markets.  Temporal-?-  ilisuppoinlttvents and set-backs there may be, but the history  c<-'-   tha.   past. :inal the promts.- of the  future, may well  provide encouragement  l'ir  the  U't'-u-i'ii   i'arn_-.r as .he sows  his  seed,  and give him confidence that  by following good farming methods, exercising careful management,-*and putting real ent-rt-y into his work, he will this year find his efforts crowned with  ���������-lu-c^s.-- ami a.)und:.nt.  reward for his labor.  Fifteen Vessels and 37 Lives Lost  During 1924 Season  "Life and property loss on the Great  Lakes in. 1.924 was greatest for a number of years, and, according to reports,  underwriters w'ii ihave some red ink  figures when they clean up for the season.  During the season fifteen vessels  passed out of existence, and thirty-  seven lives were lost on boats that  were wrecked.  The fifteen vessels thaf were wrecked in 1924 had a. trip capacity of 36,-  300 tons and figuring twenty trips for  each boat, they could move 72CJ.OOO  tons of freight in a season. In :i!)23  the fifteen, ships that were lost had a.  trip capacity of 27,450 tons or 549,000  tons for a season.  S"^<f3"<ts_t    I*_____fe  Quickly Limbered Up  "0-*|-������T-ta  E*er\riline  You would he'surprised at th^.wonderful    action   of    ���������'���������i>ierviii'ne'*.in just  Being Thill/arid  _.6t att  such  <%;i  cases.  ��������� *>-������>*������ ���������**<% 4 -t j-  ���������S.-S./H.A UUlJll,  rong  ������ _ 9  osicion  The Annual Report and Financial Statement of the Union Bank of  Canada  for the  year  ending  Nov.  29Ih,  1924,  was   presented'io  the  U shareholders at -the Annual .General Meeting,  at "th'e Head Office, on  "Tuesday, January ,13th,- 1925.  /The Directors' Report was made by Mr..  ,,'M.,;BuU, Vice-President, in the absence of Mr. W. It. Allan, tlie Pi*esi-  , dent. ������������������ - ��������� .-"���������'������������������ * .- :" - :.'.'.,  Last year's Directors were re-elected, and the officers for the ensuing year" are Mr. W. R, Allan, President, Mr. G. H. Thomson, Mr.  Stephen Haas, and Mr. M. Bull, Vice-Presidents.  -   The President's address, read by Mr. Bull, voiced confidence in the  future of Western Canada and of the Union Bank.     The General Man-;,  ager, Mr. J. W. Hamilton, in that part of his address concerning the  ; Financial Statement, pointed out some very strong features, such as:���������  Reserve and  Undivided  Profits    V  Liquid (or quickly convertible) Assets equivalent to 52.22 per cent., of the Bank's total Liabilities to the Public���������a very hiah  ratio  ./,.-  ._""���������''      ���������'.-���������"���������" ������    ���������"  Deposits, amounting to  : '.....   of which a gratifying proportion, $66,987,204  is in  Savings Accounts  Investments, represented by Dominion a������d  Provincial Government Securities, Canadian  "Municipal Securities, British, Foreign and  Colonial Securities* Railway and other Bonds.,  Debentures and Stocks   $120,575,115 \  $    2,069,434  $ 57,628,100  $ 92,275,016  S  I  I  $ 26,735,937  A copy of the complete report may be obtained from any Branch of  the Bank. *  Ui  nion Bank of Canad  a  J  & o  fj.     ��������� _������   ��������� _j*  S aw  "eace  luver  3c  IS   a.uiO   iO"  quickly, and down it sings into the tissues, carrying its healing, soothing action wherever it goes. For stopping  muscular or nerve pain, for easing a  stiff joint,'Nerviline is a complete success. Pain, soreness, stiffness all  vanish before the magic power of this.  wonderful     liniment. Nearly    fifty  years of success proves the-merit or  Nerviline, which is sold everywhere in  large 35 cent bottles.  For eight, hundred years after its  first discovery the secret of making  paper was known only to the Chinese.  A pleasant medicine for children is  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator,  and it. is excellent for driving worms  from the system.    ���������     '  Find   Missing   French   Plane  Fell While Attacking German Plane In  September,  1916  Tht- remnirtis '.< ;��������� ('������������������n-ia.n air-ilane  '-r,.* cue sk-'i'-F.o!* or [;..-��������� pil-.t have been  "'mind in 1 h<- i'ox-;x <���������)' Si. P.-'-rs-.- Vans!.  ��������� ">'    Fi.-l.ti.    b;iiii.-    |)hi:e-    uhii-Ii  Aids Japanese University  m*,.    ii  -m  Rockefeller, Jr., Givc3 $1,600,000 to  Restore Library at Tokio  John 1). Rockefeller, Jr��������� has given  1. 1.(500,i)no 10 restore the library of the  Imperial I"niver.sit.y at, Tokio. The  gift,   made   in   December,  brought   Ihe  -vu.v '7-';-'.'.v-]'."-(l ������i\ a -^unil til ;������n 111.-ry ��������� I tola! ol" his donal ions to art and edu-  v;i.-i- <-a.i7' in .lumiar.e. Tl,.- I'rrtf-h r-ul ional insi irufions for tlie past "lire*'  I'hin.-.    hi    ih.-   tl..-hi is   i.:'   which    there r ycar.n to moi-- than J*.*** ,000,000.  ������'"''"     :?<<->    -l.-e3e:.'il|.-',     h:i.-     been     1111 ��������� 11 i \ - I '*'],,.   j,].',     , ���������    Tokio    IS    tllO    liU'gest    Ol'  !i������'.i n- bt-|j,iu.jii:-' 10 ih- liinth i';-e;id- RDr-kt-fi'llet-'.-; .ingh* contributions  I'ilie. Twtj I. km Iii ft * ��������������������������� nl ih.-ii 11 fiil col-|j(nd was iifcoiupanied by a lot ter .e.v-  Ihh-.l   -v'.-hih--.111 aeiiiriu'  u   'I'-rnuiti  plane. ; pn-ssing    sympnthy     for    desiruction  Tentative    Plans    For   New   Line   To  Open  Up New Country  The new. railway line which is to  tap the Peace River, according to the  conviction expressed by Premier John  Oliver, of British tiplumbia, is to begin about sixty, miles east of Brule  take, at a place callea Obed, on Hie*:  Canadian National main. line.      v  It will'"-follow . the Athabasca River  northward for 35 miles and then foi-  low a curve bulging slightly to the  east until it reaches Sturgeon I^ake,  40 miles east of Grand Trairie. Ono  branch will then run eastward to  Sturgeon Lake and another northward to. a poiu.l: half-way between McLennan and Peace River crossing on  the Edmonton, Dun vegan and British  Columbia railway. -.  The   premier   stated   that  ho   could  not be positive that    the vC.N.It.    had  come, to an absolute decision on  Ibis  point, but.he quoted an interview with  -Sir Henry,.Thorn ton as his authorlly.  A ���������widow should Se. satisfied with a  consolation prize in the matrimonial  lottery.  ii.,  ,u 111  f <iii'1--.  ave Ilu-* coiicenlrated  -ttrenp."!" <*'* pn-rwo-r itnnh  beef. Use therri to add  flavor nntl nuliimerit fo  imip*, j-������ttrft-"������, Kitix-vy,  -lew������, h���������**?!, mfrxt.'p't*-*.  Tin* of    -i      ir.r. anrl  "      "   10 ���������  ."W,-.  ii.ei ii.������- ui' .Mi'i.itiii'i viiluablc volumes during  jilie  earrhrjuaUr.  and   fire of :'|.92".l.    The   ' auir.uni,,   lour   million   yen,   making   il  ( r-"-H.--il>r<-   for   the   nMicliil*"   of   lhe   unl-  i '.'-r.-.il,',   iu  j-.-k,t.or-.k  1.ho library after  il  .-��������� I'ehiilli, wait glvi.-n iineomlitionally.  Loos   From   Strikes  < "nri-idji V:   iini*,-   In.-;:-;   111 rough   sirlke:;  - jitut    i'M-lcili i.s    III    i )ecej������||j(,|'      vvns      le.s.--  ithan   iii   \'<j\--*iiil)t-r.   1021,   or   lieeeui-  j h.-r,    ) tJ _ ���������*.        1'Jep:, riment jijI"   hi hor   vo  il''"1-      'Ii'.'''-'     ')."   *'rn3'l(j.v������*e..;   Involved,  I    -'-7h     i,     j.".     A'fjjUjII'.'    (IlISS     ll.Ml,    III     (WO  { ������| i.- ;������u. 1 .-.���������.    wiiile    in   .ihe   firevloiln    I 'e  j f.-hibi-.   :|it-|..   v.'i'ii-   I,'!  di.-:,.iile,-i   lltvolv-  , iny    .:,''*'.   eni|i|f>;. ee:i   anil    "_s,I','.)'.',   (I;t\j.  11... 1  N'i    I'.rii i.'ti   In e.-nlfi'MJirhl    w,f.   :iin.;  by  ii)rt.������-d'������ In   ihe    r'r.-al     Wnv,    und  lltll.V"    01,e    ../,,,     .:>., j.j,,,   ,Jy    /|;lr,j;i;.^.r|     f,y    ,,  lull.''  *&ilM^^'^^  ""7   ������^M^������4*^������^ife  ivii'tarfi'i.   mrtiment for  the  Cripp-!  v*.  n.ii 1  Scholarships For School Boys  Youthful Screen Star Offers Free  Tuition to U.S. Students  Ten four-year .scholarships for high  school boys have been provided by  Wesley Barry, youthful screen stai-.  who'(also has made an Initial gift or  $10,000 to NorthwcstM'ii Unlversi.y.  Tho .scholarships will be awarded to  those boys anywhere in the United  States who show the best records for  thrift, as disclosed by savings hunk  deposits and wlioso classroom grades  arc oxccplionally high. They will be  avallnblo, slavling next September,  and ���������"���������j'ill be comintioil for fen years.  Each scholarship will 'provide I'rw  luiiion for four years.  Growth Of Rotary  Organization Is Extending Its Scope  To Europe  .With more 1 linn 200 tlolary Clubs  established in l.iiropi', Ch<"Sley^.Perry,  of Chicago, inl--i*ns.l ioiuil secretary of  Ihe world Rolury organizaHon, hai"  sailed from New Vork to open an  olllce of Ihe Unlary soi-ro'arial In Xur-  leh, SwlizerliiiHl. for llin adniinlHlra-  li<-n of European Rotary affairs.  Ii.0i.1iy (illieJiils here suy llisit I heir or-  gitnlxiiiloii now has more thnn "1,000  eluliM in US nallniiH, and a lolal ineni-  ber.-'bip 01  lii,".,<iiiii niembers,  < 'oi'li 1 ' atlse iinif'h su I'l'eriilg, but  IIolU������\v.*������.\''.- <'������������i'ii Ifi'inover offers a  speedy, suie 1'inl  i-ail.si'aclnry  relief,  Olley.Svlh    i.l    Ilu-    IKlSlltl    llepjil-l llll'IH  hii.-.iri.    .-i   01    l.nniliiii    Is   t-oiMliii'led   by  U -lllileli.  ������-or  hvery 111   -M I'M rcr& Liniment  Make the best you can of the worst  you get.  DANGEROUS SEASON  . FOR THE LITTLE ONES  Winter���������witlwits   extreme   changes  Of    t.e"m'n������at'SI I 11 TO- niio    rlnir        .���������n ,.,������ -_v_.I  bright, the n"ext cold and stormv, is  decidedly dangerous *to-the health of  little ones. The mother is afraid to  take the children out for the fresh  air and exercise they heed so much.  The childien are cooped up in overheated, badly ventilated rooms and  in copsecjuence many of them are  seized with colds or grippe. What is  needed to keep the little ones well is  Baby's Own Tablets. They are a sure  regulator of the stomach and bowels  and in this way drive out constipation  and indigestion and break up colds.or  grippe. By their use baby will be  aided in getting over the winter season with perfect safety. The Tablets  are sold by medicine dealers or by  mail at- 25 cents a box from The Dr.  Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont. '.       *-.  You  virtue,  never can  provided i  toll.      Patie  t isn't pure  nee is a  laziness.  Proved safe !iy millions and prescribed by physicians for  Headache      Colds __:  Neuralgia *  Pain  0  Toothache     Lumbago  <&fu<mi  Neuritis  Rheumatism  Accept   only   "Bayer'' * packages  which contains proven directions.  Handy   "Bayoi-"   boxt-R  of   12   tulilcts.  Also hottlt'H of 2 1 nnd 100 DruggiiilB.  AKplrlia lw llifi lr-'!'> nutrlc f i-cj-lsl rt-^l In Cutinilii) nf lliy-fr MnntitJinitir* ef MononccUc.  ��������� i-UIi-iNt r.r ���������H(illi".vllc,i,"l,l < Af.-tyl SitllvyUc Acid, "A. H. A."i. Wlill������ II ii vv.ll kitown  that ..'.'-iirlu nv.'n.:.., 1 !...-i J j..m.,if,., t ui,-, e< .rutlsl (In* iniiuitt tntitlMMl. Jiiiin-ili.tiw, <li*. 'I'tililrlw  of l.uycr tNniii-nu"   vs-lll   Ik. Munuivd  t-vltlt vhclr cettorul  trjulo wmrk,  tlie  "JJoycr Crn-itJ."  .'W.'  |������IMI|IWiil^l'������ll|i(^  - -���������������-������������ ������~r. waft, ttwiu * KiassstaiixjixaxuaL.  wwgw^N_.>iaii aiNwaiai������iaw������im^  ^jm^^-^u.^^.^-  .^..a^.^au^au. TJbUo.  REVIEW   CBESTOK,    B.    a  ���������^"  est*K*tB>9(l  E5eer-'^eet3incf Industrv* Is -  JL C3* ;-.-������������������������������������������'..'=*���������������������������  __* 1   *     ' 'TP' /a_.     11  7.T"_ f~*m. C  u?pifeii^lil|f    aO jt^a_.&jL jr.arts :\>r:-.i^  Vvesterix Canada Province  s  Orr   Tlie  saj'isg "'the resources of Can-  ,C5 j  ada  are inexhaustible" is  true of no i  food     product     move   than   of  honey.!  -From coast to coast there is an abun-{  dance     of    nectar-secreting     flowers,}  which produce each year large cpianti-  ties of,-nectar that only'bees- can gath-1  er and conserve as honey for the use !.  of man.      If bees are not  present to i  gather this harvest, it is wasted, and j  it is no exaggeration to say that millions of pounds    remain    ungathered  each   year  throughout  tlie   Dominion.  The  abundant  sources  of  nectar  and  the high average of favorable weather  for its  secretion    and     in    gathering  make Canada a wonderful country for  the beekeeper.  In. open competition with the world  Canadian honey captured first, second,  and third prices at the dairy show in  London, England, this year; This is  the third ti.ne that the first prize has  been awarded to Canada.  'Honey production has been, lopg a  profitable occupation in Ontario and  Quebec. The amount produced by  these two provinces, in an ?yverage  year, is estimated at between 15 and  16 million pounds. British Columbia  has also been a producer for many  years and in 1922 the crop was 177,-  S39 pounds. In 1922 one apiary }h  the Fraser River valley, B.C., yielded  an average of-over 300 pounds per colony and one colony yielded over (500  pounds, while the Experimental Apiary  at Agassiz, B.C., had an average of 194  pounds, and in 1923, 182.1 pounds per  colony. "**  The last few years have seen a d*>  Banker Moves Up  T  w  0--.J  J ___  T?_7^ry^J:.:-^  -v������*5-a.-"-*"*-    JL   .SJ"T--" ^e|'-������i-Ulii������i  "M t  _.OUlir  as  "L/nce  Big  Grain  Jixporter  at 62,700.000 bushels, but this may be  revised when later returns are .receiv--t  ed. There has been an increase in j  dairy products, but a decrease in selling value, so that the total value of all  dairy products remain much the same  as the pre  ipus-year.  Australian Owns Large Ranch  Revenue  From Farm Products  S *_-���������*���������/���������*_.  .j   .'������������������' mi aw������ m.  ��������������������� %*  Total   Value   of  Agricultural   Products i ***  The    preiiminar^beesUmate    of    the   Received       t* FOHI       J^UgSia^      X^ilich.  provincial department of agriculture,  on the total Value of agricultural products in*���������'"..'.'Alb'ei-ta, including all  branches of the industry, for the year  192-!, it* placc^a?*. $22s*,4-l9,557.70 as  compared wi th the tolai in 1923 of  "'$22.3.814,304.:. This estimate is sub:  ject to revision as later returns are*-  received and revisions in details made.  Thoughftlie general production in field  crops was much 1 ess, than 1 ast. y ear  the prices,^ received were so much  higher as to bring the total value up.  The preliminary estimate of wheat  production is  placed in round figures  C. W. Rowley, prominent Winnipeg  banker, who has been promoted to the  position of Assistant*. General Manager  of the Canadian Bank of Commerce.  ������-     jue   ?.ov.e*   liovernmcnt.-'of   Russia  .has placed orders  for a total of 800,-  iQOO   ^barrels    of    flour for immediate,  shipment  to Russian ports.       Of this  amount 20,000 tons, or approximately  200,000 barrels, was placecr ia the  United   Ki'ngdom.  and   the  balance  of  ^ 600,000    barrels    -\va.s    taken in North  1 American markets.  The placing of such a huge amount  *of business is a most significant development, especially in view of the  fact, that Russia was one of life important exporters of grain in pre-war  days. ; The original  order for 120,000  barrels was placed with a Canaxlian  mill in mid-December, for shipment  from New York not later than January 1. This was followed by additional orders for 480,000 barrel*-, a  large part of which was secured by  Canadian mills.  The S00.000 barrels secured in Great  LADY  MARGARET BOSCAWEN  of  London,   sister   of Baron  Byng  of[Britani and North  America would be  Forty  Thousand   Square  Miles  Belong  To Cattle King  The largest  ranch   jn  the  world  is _  owned by Sir Sydney Kidman, the' Aus I vim3r- Governor-General    of    uanada, i sumcient   ot   sustain   .800,000'persons  was among the passengers arriving' in j for a period of 3.8 . months, or about  New York on board the Canadian _E*ac"-" 4,800,000 persons for a period of three  fie S.S. "Empress of France," enroute I months. Wiih the acquisition oiythe  to Ottawa. 'Russian  business,  the   Canadian miit-  -���������- ��������� '"-;.   j ing. industry   made   a   very   favorable  Enjangers Humanity j export showing for January.      All the  St.     Thomas     Times-Journal j additional orders    placed    in    Canada  traliaii cattle king. It. embraces jnore  thaii forty thou*-and square miles, - an  area.roughly equivalent to the whole  of England less Yorkshire and Devon  Don. IAiis Te'rrazar of "Mexico, with  eight million ���������������������������'acres, or one-third less  land, has a greater showing of stock,  The  Canada Bars Out Poultry ... . ,  Canada has prohibited the imporia- 1 tot ailing one million head of cattle, 1 <lmws "'^^m to the-annual auto- ' are to be raid for in gold and ample  tion of live chickens, turkevs or goose i seven hundred thousand " sheep, and , mobile show "in New York marking its j security is provided for the carrying  from New York, New .Tersev or Perm- | one Kuhdreif- thousand horses.      Per- j silver Jubilee, anil remarks most truly   out of the contracts.  that   the   event  serves   to  recall  that. ��������� ��������� ���������-  syivania, unless accompanied  by' cor- ; haps"third., on  th** list  is  "Mrs  tification  from   the  bim>ao*-.of  animal j whose  cattfe and  sheep  ranch  induslry that the poultry is free from j 'United   States  is  fenced  in   by  ISuropean   fowl   pest   or   similar- coir-! hundred miles of barbed wire.  Kin*  in  lj(ie I within these twenty-five years human ]'  three  O*'  taglous disease.** and has not been ex- ;  cided. development in the three prairie ' POBoQ. Xolicc_k, tin* action was re-,  provinces. ' Manitoba;''In'thi-cMS. years, j ceived by the--Commerce department,!  has increased production from 500,000 i Washington. .:      . j  to over 3,000,000 pounds. This amount I ~"~      ~~ j  will be multiplied several times as fliel    There    are    73,144,000 acres of rice j  There's no fool like an old  the one of 3.6, in the first  idiocy, is a close second.  fool, but  blush   of  industry develops. ���������- Saskatchewan  and Alberta are just beginning to realize their possibilities in this direction  and the number of beekepers in these  provinces is steadily increasing. Conditions on irrigated areas of Southern  A ! "hAf-f f*       ���������Mr_->_a-*'������.*-.    o 1 f*> ffa-i     !,__     arr-i������./>nv*������-i    txyfi_**.*���������_ ]  - _.������ ������*.   %,m~..        ������ -   _..-_-.������   v*.      ** t  a ������.���������.* _  iv      a.+j      j-,--*.-,* _      ������_ ������*.-_,,_. __.  sively, are especially favorable for the  production of honey. The -Dominion  Experimental Farm Apiary at ��������� "Letlv-  hrldge has for the~--past six:" years produced on an average 1-14.S pounds per  colony, while in 3 923 the average was  189.9 pounds," ' nd one colony produced over 472 pounds. The beekeeping  industry is as yet only in its infancy  ji". these two provinces and will expand as sweet clover is grown more  ���������'xtensively.  There  under cultivation in India.  A siafgle palm has produced as many  as  4,000  dates.  life has been completely transformed j f  by. the contrivance of a self-propelled! Says  vehicle.      We could wish that it had i  not    also    endangered    human    life.  Kingston  Standard. .  Best Poultry Raised Here  Pace   for  Good ^Ar ortr Of St. Jrpnn AniDrilance Association.  Are  Raising More  Hogs  Canada's Hog Marketings For 1924 Set  New Record  Canada's marketings lor .192-1 set a  record, in hogs, with a total of .3,040,-  000 at stockyards where federal grading apple.*-, compared with. 2,503,000  for. 1923. The three prairlo-jirovln.ces  Increased the supply by 50 per cent.;  Ontario, .1.8 per cent.; Quebec, 17 per  cent. Yet the p'ercentage of .selects  was slightly over 1923, and tho preferred were throe .per cent. more.  Average pi ices for 1924 are expected,  when a vail able to compare favorably.  The total sheep .supply" for rtecom-  be,r was ''9,0 It* compared with 31,-  61(1 In December, '.1923, but lhe year.'-  .-!*"!. el pi*  fell  off 25,000.  New Canadians  Russians  Lead   Other  Nationalities   In  Taking Out Naturalization  Papers  A,total   of   7.659   persons   took  papers   in   Canada  out  1,-ihi  mil ttraliziuioii  year. .^  Of ibis number, Uusshmi. t-sct-edetl  'all other.*-. The number of I hem who  became Canadian rlli/.eiis -was. 1,271;  Italian*'- cauie next *v% 111*, l.nii'j; -,\u*\  Americans Ihlrd with 928. Ne.\l in  tndeivwere Au.sirian.s, 9U'l; I'oles, ,sh7:  fiunuinlivn.s, 576; GreeiCf-, 309; Swetles,  I'M; G'*rinans, 221; i;������dgians, Ml;  Syrian Turksr l~-' French, l<������;;; ���������'mm  Norwegians, 101,  The  {-���������"���������lanr*"--  <*!'  tl;.'   la:.;!   w.i,-   nijid.-  11/.    uf    a     IlliM'l-lhWiftaU.-,    ;j..>(.-|-( jjjeJil     a������f  niiHoiialliles.  Canada   Mas   Set   the  Poultry  Raising  !    'Canada    ha"s   ju'st    set the pace ft>r  ; poultry raising, and  Is al  the prtrsent   ��������� - jtime producing a bird Avith a c-of-niim-  The world is growing neither better '. J ion far superior to any other on ihe  nor worse,, but the people in it���������well,P"ace of tlie Slob.e, "such was the state-  that \s another story. ment by Professor P. C. , El ford, of  .. ��������� .. A , , ��������� i the Dominion experimental'"'farm, Ottawa, in an address at the fifteenth annual dinner in connection with ihe  ���������winter sliow, *>f the Sohrbrooke I-'ovil-  try Association.  Professor "Elford, who attended lhe  second world's congress of poultry-  men held at Barcelona, Spain, in  April of last year, and who was instrumental in getting the third world's-  congress to meet. in Canada in 1927,  contrasted'' poultry condftions of that  country and England with those of  Canada. '���������-'.-.  A  Record   Breaker  in  ������>   fl  -���������.:-> tv'm 4oitsci��������� ri\vu-.ATiN<3T������*,'-scTUGie. or CpLt,PN"J_fi>or' r.  i-*^-ri-.,r^'rl^VMS<i'-"fT^r-:<!Vrir������^T>^^GT^Wi?_or IsNii-C CfVF*  Butter     and     Cheese     Production  Alberta  Shows Tremendous  -   G rowth  Figures of Alberta's butter and  cheese production for 1924 Jiavty. now-  been made up as closelv^as possible,  though still subject, to revision, and  they iiylicale ihat the past year was a  record-breaker in output.  The creamery butler produced by  the eighty-nine creameries' in operation Throughout lhe province reached  a .toial of 21.500.000 pounds, as compared wiih 17,"t6S,S53 for the year before.1* This increase is accounted for  panly by ihe fact that tlij_*i*o were  fourteen  nine creameries on  the list.  In choeso, however, there was a decline, tlu* figures being *;07*������.''it0  pounds in l!������2t and 1.865:60s in 1923.  Thirteen factories were making  ch-'e."*-* each y^ar.  lM  Urges Greater Game Reserves  Alberta Official Says More- Land  ��������� Sbou'd Be Set Aside  Selling a-dda* of more kind as gailm  ami t'on-st n-s<li'Vi.\s ami the prat-\icing  of i"al tor^sr piotc-ction in Alb������'i*(a  w.i.s urged by Uenj.imin Liiwiun. chh-r  tire  nnd  game guardian of thai   prov-  l-'c(>ii������iiuy ,  Tiuiy     be     Hie     road     to i  uvea I ih,   hill   plenly   of   ihtme   who   are j  compelled   In   travel     il     nev.-r    reach  the -foilI. :  xv  N.     I*.  1561  Through days of pone** iio loss Ihiin  in  limes of war, the activities of llin  ; St.  John  Amb'nh-nce AsHor-lnHon   flisf  !nid  teanii* are carried on with  a thor  oughneKg belt ilc en Ing kt.-en  inleresl  as  is shown by lhe. fact (hut S2!) eiiMes re-  1 oeivcil  prom pi   at lent Ion  by one Win-  niiien.    null     nbuie    in  flic  Iiih!   twelve  , nioiilh.s.      One of ihe moid active local  'bodies     Is     Ihal     ctinnecleil   whli   iho  ! \ Veslc.ii   -ih.-.te"    where   l hli-l \--tl \-t>   Irnln-  t-il   ambulant \    nun   nr-'-  :i\-:il'.abb-  al   ;-.  j liniment's notice for llr.-'i  aid duly.  In it machine shop wli'-re Jhooo men  are I'mphiyeil, aceideiil s an* .unavoidable and In order In cojie wiih I his  coniUtiiHi    the   Cuuttillilii    I'acllle    It.-iil-  Uiiy,   .selel'ill    -Cid.'      tC'fi,      <-1|lli|ipei|       ii  luvsplial  I'ttttin   for Iii si  aid  wn,i;l(, Those  who |-lve of their iini"  unci   service to  ���������___ tin___i_i___i_i__nr  this humiuiliaii'tn work do so without   alod   by  director;-!  and oilleiuls  of  the '; itu*������\ "speaking a^ a conferenct) in'Win-  compjtny. it Is compulsory for ������*aeh nipr-g ������;tlled by the Canadian National  member lo nasi, an annual ���������'.v-.-mfiKilbnt ; rtalfway^ t������������ discuss llie niaiter of lh-e  In   tlrsl   aid   work   by   :t   fully   --unUiivtl " vrevenMon   an*!   forestry   core-orvi-ilon.  reinunerall;m of any kind. In addition-, to rallwny tlttlies Ihcst* men arc  all niembers of the SI, ,'Iohn Arnbnl-  nnct.''.llrlgmlu proper, and perform public duly \yhcii required. They arc  ready within a few mlnules notice to  iisftlsl ill parades, sporls, public meetings oi wheje hiuulr'eilH of people arc  gal he red. In atlillilnn to (his, one  evenlntr ii wee!', front Oclober lo .Mnv.  *,-. ihvrj',.M| to |n".',cl'ce :\j*d s.mlktr  study nie.-ilngs are hi.-ltl ttnee n month  ��������� luring lhe summer. JMr. .1, Thomas  Wartle, U tlm titirps' chief InslriuMor  al SVeslon und his Is lhe only acllve  brlgmle In Winnipeg nt the^ preseni  |ime.  '["bre  coins  <*m.iiues   in   various   compel II Ions for shields -nnd trophies tltut-  prncl iilonor cert lf> ing to Ms titness lo  render   Hist   ahj.       Arrangements   are  nmde  to havo each  member  when  off.  duly     available'     with     eiiuipju'-iit     in1  thirty    minutes,    that     Is,  in  cases o.!  iruln wreck til's ny other ''iii'-Vi;.-iii-y.  Tt>  l his   i mbiihi u������ ������������������  boih     --vlileli   le������������ :  ;:.-. !';- eh'.. '.' . v.v;:- r.r���������  lv-.-.  A. \Y. \*. ':"   '  lhe past year has been an evernriil omv  The Wesloti nieai ciirrleil off honor- by  winning a l>*;;iut it ill ^bl-'hl doiiate.l by*  Ilu* SI. John A ni built nci* Assim '-t:t;h.ii  for the pr .\ itice of Manir.ilia: He-  Walhtce   Xe.-.|.������ni   htm it-.-* i ������������������;      ami     tie-  fhitHe||f������e   e<l|>   Mini    -hi.-hi   ���������������''   'h������-   ������';������ll',������-  (Han   I'aciOc   ltaiivay.  w.-t.rn   lim-s.  The ������*������>nfer������?m.'*>, presided over by A.  V.. Wmivn. geiie.al maiiai.fr, we.s'ern  i'-gi������'������-is. w:i������ attended hy slxiy tlelc-  ".'.-lles, includim- Ije.-ide-; regional olll-  c.is oi the Canadian National Railways,   repre"-tf-:iiatives   of   The   federal  ������������������Hal    ������������������������������<������',  inr-i-.l    1..v-.,oi.-y    ., j)". (.\,\ J.-  Almanac  of   Ancient   Romnhr.  Tlie  niicb-ni   l.nm.-iii;  hud  a)m:ina������,.i  in   ih*  of  nun bh"  l������epii-nitig ������t  ���������i|i;i'������" ������'(   tablets   usiiallv    miitii*  wiiii'h   were  s������-r   up  at   ilu*  tin-  vt-Mi-,  ar*d   t>n   which  Wa-l'"    '"II  cuitn**  li������\������-al    Jit.        ihiJe.-.       i������l        pllhliC  '.-.liv:iN,      ai..i    no   on    lor    tll������  IWwT. ������."   JlJOUlJlJa.  mmi'tsiv^ss^^  fmtmmwmmm M-atffiiWWWw^  '*"U!L���������  THE   ������RESTF!"-.   BJKVfBW  ms  WI  Bm\&0m\-&k.&*\   laB afSKBaBas  '.*���������*--������ ^f*Oa"l  a**a\B9af--._l  i-SBB-V.  iMBSwrjj 5  a    Dg_)i  D_miiB$B"ajt  ii   f-is^ii sriiiBiiflw  m    ._i-i_>v������-.a   s   _*_3ses  *  _^**aB-*'&������*-ft  IrK-IIIIK  -S-^-aSBB aa?  il  J.       1  _> 1������. G. EBBUTT, Creston  J  Many ranchers in Creston Valley  have put all their capital and  energy into one branch of agriculture only, and are now wishing  they bad second string to their bow.  To these men, in fact', to all  farmers in the district I suggest  that ~be present time is favorable  for the establishing of ji poultry  indusbry as one of the leading  industries of the Valley. There is  no branch of farm work which yill  give results so quickly as the raising of poultry and the production  of eggs.  One can purchase day-old clucks  today, and with proper attention  can have yonng cockerels ready for  market -within three months, and  eggs within five or six months, and  if these products are raised in a  wholesale way there will be no  difficulty over marketing.  As things are sow, with most  ranchers  keeping a few   fowl in a  more or less haphazard fashion, the  production is erratic as to tiine9  variety and quality, and as a consequence systematic marketing is  out of the question. With a steady  and greatly increased production,  warranting the establishment of a  central agency for handling same,  strict grading becomes-possible and  marketing becomes easiy". Other  districts work successfully along  these lines, particularly at the coast,  and. in many parts of the United  States. Why not Creston do the  same?    :   ��������� -:.y7y-,y..  We are well placed as regards  the importation of feed grain, and  the climate is distinctly favorable  for raising .healthy stock. X can  see no reason why every farmer in  the Valley should not carry at least  tOO laying hens, and with this minimum I am confident that success  both individual!:*"- and collectively  would be attained.  fjsrazid  Rfttv-- MmpH ^  -UHlfif    if Mil Ui!   _f_&P  *.������������������__'���������':''.'��������� i.���������:,-..>;-*<-'.", "���������������!'- :'-' ���������.*'.  j, ,">..;*?.   ,    i , >i*s*i^   ���������"     .*'' " *% 11 '-���������  Mmww$&  Creston Valley Produce Company  ALP. NELSON, M&n&Acr  InT't _ ���������������___     ___***-_.   _i_~__   gtmaf -'*^���������>i% ������ _)"a-tiM  The 1925  Fruit Crop  The horticulturists are agreed that 1925 will be an "ofi"1 year;  the fruit crop in most lines will be light.  Thin will mean, mere than ever, that before you part company  with a single orate or box yon will want to know exactly what  money you will receive therefor.  This will me&n. too, that for this year OTJR .SPOT CASH  BUYING will appeal to you more strongly than ever before.  On our several trips bo prairie points we have lined up a ncriti*r  of retailers that will enable tin to successful! v hand!*- a much laroor   .  tonnage than last year in ail lines.  If yon aro interested in getting top prices on day of delivery it  will be a real pleasure to talk bushiest*- witb you.  Let us consider a  few figures.    I  think it is fair estimate that   there  are 300 farms in the area   between  Canyon and Lister at   the one end,  and  Wyimdei   or   Sirdar. at   the  other.    If 'each     of    these   farnas  carried 100 laying hens  this would  give a  total  of 30,000 hens in the.  Valley.    If the hens laid .100 eggs  each     per    annum���������-an    extremely  low output to aim   at���������-the pregtiuc--  fcion would be for  each farm 10,000  eggs, or 833  dozens,    and   for   the  Valley 3,000,000 eggs,   or   250.000  dozens.    If each hen  laid 125 egge  ���������a much more reasonable estimate  -���������the numbers, would, of course, be  increased by 25 per cent.  Now, let us consider the valuea  I notice that last year's report of  the Cov.ichan Creamery Assoc!-.  ation, Vancouver Island, states that  it sold 225.252 dozen eggs at an  average price for all grades of 32.91  cents per dozen. I also find that  the amount received by me here  last year for 1,114 dozen eggs, from  -about 120 hens, was $355, almost  exact!"" 32 cents per dozen so I  think we may take that figure as s  fair average. This would give fbr  each farm at- 100 eggs per hen  $266.56 or at 125 eggs $3.33.20, and  for the Valley at ,100 eggs per hen  $80,000.00, or at 125 eggs per hen  $100,000.00���������quite a nice little  additional output?  From the income shown, of  course, must be deducted the cost  of feed, which will naturally vary  greatly according to how much, or  how iittie, is home grown. With  plenty of skim milk, green stuff and  roots, only a small amount of gram  is needed. In any case I think it  will be-agreed that the 100 hens  should provide cash enough to meet  the average grocery bill.  I have suggested 100 hens per  farm as the minimi! m, and "probably  for the first..-'.'year, it might be diffi>  cult to exceed j.thi^ ;..Mumlb^r^/y:but'  from a es-l**5- *������oint of view- a' ssiiHi-  siderably larger. number would be  preferable.  The 250,000 dozens mentioned  would equal 8,333 cases of 30 dozen  each, and would a,yerage 160 cases  per week. I believe it takes about  500 cases to make a carload so that  ar*|TaV>*l j*_l    a**vF    ���������*���������������������**    A������������������������n       *_������*-*��������������� I J-l    -   IVA ���������*/-*<-.     tV'n.  ���������*������.*_'  "^������**^  ������-*���������*.   umo  <f-~f^^o - w������ -_t-.-_j.vj' ,   a������������b-������*5   vC?   up*  held for, say, three ������weeks which  would impair their freshness. To.  make a real success, therefore, of  the proposition it would appear that  larger   flocks   would   have   to   be  carried... ���������  ts*  In the event yof the foregoing  suggestion being-fayorably recei ved  the following points should be borne  in mind: It would have no good  effect if only half tlie. ranchers took  the matter up; the output would  not be big enough for wholesale^  shipments and would simply play  havoo with the local trade, and no  good would result unless -each  rancher went into the business with  a determination to make a success  of it.  There is no branch/if farm work  that better pays for careful atton  tion, and none in which failure is  more easy, I would suggest that  the majority of ranchers should  buy day-old chicks, leaving the pro-  duction of hatohing eggs, incubating, etc., to specialists in these lines.  This is the custom in most egg  producing districts. In some places  in the States inouhators of 40.000  egg oapacity being in use. The  real essentials for success are these:  1. Buy your eggs or chicks from  reputable breeders of high producing stock, lt costs very little more  to get supplies from 200-egg  stock  tliitit  tmm 1 flO n������������   *.. ^������-������l������-  --' "    ....  .-.   ��������� ������ ���������    ~ a^jara,    ^. .*.*.*���������"..  2. Keep yuur hens in comfcrt-  ftble, clean houses. They will not  lay well if left out in the rain and  snow to roost on the wngon.  .3. Feed them both tho right  fond and the right amount. They  cannot make bricks without straw.  4.    Give them all possible range,  Be in Style  Wear EATON Clothing  Y������r  ."*���������*  JU can be in style, and affords to keep in style, if you  make the. EATON Catalogue your Clothes shop.  We are -particularly pleased with our clothing buyers' selections this Spring���������not only because the apparel itself ia.  up to-date in style, materials, and colors���������but because their  aOjreSigtiteu utUying aa$ cliaaieu iQaeliagS thruugu tue v^ita-  l____it������ r-������a.������re������ al: rsrlces thatwill plea.ss c?"stoiiicr3.  And that is the aim of EATON bi^uig--���������  'goods, tke best ������f^thsir  class on a basis of  value to the customer;  merchandising " tit at  will make steady  f-r i en d s rathe*: than  single immediate  sales, ���������   .  ���������  Bay from  your EATON  ,/"*  M   f 7-   '���������_   '  - .aiuivguc  ���������������  - CANADA  WINNIPEG  S-'-'  -':;:* xx-   ..-' ���������.:.;". :-���������-. - :- A' Xrj _-x '.���������.'-���������������������������     '  I A Rarlfifl-ri nf Nsw i-nnf P.ars  aa   w ii a B*-_������**������s-.:*_ta .   ^s    ='"-i*ia-;s    s  "������i "ii     wi������'ti *-_"���������  Tourings ,- Light Deliveries - RuBaliouts ^ Jroete  1 Used Car, 1924  Model Touring....$500 00  1 Used Car, 1924 Model Touring....  450.00  "  1 Used  Car, 1923 Model Touring....  275.00  1  These Used Cars are re-condits6ned and a  class shape���������and are guaranteed.  We can give you good terms  on all  Cars���������NEW or USED.  ���������  _W_    "  "������ a*m _���������I ���������>*���������**���������_*_  S  GARAGE  R. S. BEVAN, Prop.  Exclusive Ford Dealer  but keep them otf your own premises���������though out of your garden if  you want results there.  If my suggestion moots with  approval, aud a start is to be made  this yea**** no time should be lost.  The season is rapidly advancing,  but chicks hatched iu April or May  for the heavier breeds, and in May,  or even June, for the lighter breeds,  bhould be laying by the late fall.  A meetii g of interested parties  should be called, a local poultry  association formed, and a oommitt-  ee appointed to get promises of  support throughout the Valley.  P.S.���������I might mention that an  excellent book on tho care of poultry is being distributed by the Bank  of Montreal. A onrd to the man  ager of the branch at Nelson will  bringa.oopy post free. It is well  worth having.  PotriaTRir Fob Salic���������Breeding pen  yurchred Rhode Island Hecle, with  II   pullet'"    tus-1    one   male,,   ���������epk-iulkl  liiyem,   51   each.    ?."r.   Vata-cm.   A,\ev  Sidlnff.  CAYUSES ESTRAY  Game* to the Ileclutnation Farm  early in January two onyuh<-h; brown  with    white  stripe  down   faces,   no  l-i-mult- vlaible; mare, one gukUngv  Owner can havo mmio i>n proving  property ant2 paying ������31 cii^u!,_������,  O. IJIjAIK, Orestona  SEALED TENDERS adcli eased to  the un-derHimnt-cl, und Hndottiecl ��������� Tender for Improvement-*. -Columbia  RIv������m\ B.C.,'" will tic received until 12  o'clock noon, Tue*day, April 7, 192&,  for the construction of Rock Mound  Siibiucrp-ecl Dams, Rock weighting Of  existing mattress work, nnd removal  of portion of Deer Rock, in the Columbia River Narrow-., below Burton,  West Knntenny District, B.C.  PlanN-iiod forms nf~conti*Hct can be  seen and speciflention ,uud forms of  tender ohtidncd at this Denii.it iu ent,  Ht the offlCa*- of the .District. JRingineev.  K.W.O. Bull'ling. Nelson, B.C., nod at  the Post OMcPHa Burton, . B.C.;  Nivku-.p, B.C., and VanconvV-r, B.C.  Tenders will not be considered unless  made on printed forms supplied hy tho  Department and in accordnncc������ with  cottcliL'onB c-unlaln^i3 therein..  Eacli tender riuiKt lie accompanied  by nr* accented cheque on a chartered  bank puya-nle to tho airder of tin* Minister Public Work+t, equal to. 10 per  rent, of the amount, of th'-* tender.  Bonds of tht' Dominion of Canada or  hondfl of the Cnnadinn National Railway Company will alBO be accepted as  -wci������t-.r.y, or htoiih- hw\A m chetjue It  rcvjttai-w'tt S-o ir;-.j.k������������������������ ������j|- m. <t.J������l a.__i.Hia-i������.  Notu���������Blue print a can be obtained >tt  this Depar'.nient by depoultlng an  ncoGpt<*a rheque for the   sum   of  $10,  gayahtn to tho order of the Minister of  "tibllo WorlCH. which W II he leturned  tf the intending bidder Miibinib a  regular bid.  By Order,  8. U, O'BRIEN,  Secretary.  _.tr|������,ij-iu������������mij. ������������a   J  taaailtl   t*(UHH,  OlUwa, March 30, 102������*>.  !fi  ti  -  '1  1  I  I  1S)_  m  ��������� --.n  1  1  al  I  '���������{I  .ia  i'i  7!  u oh vainer i.'Hj. )i j|.  U-ltt'^'tt  ^i. **J*������il  _������_as  S������88awg___j_|g  mm\mm  ss ffS���������**!HMO TAfllflEM  BL IB Uh,  BUB. K B������K B   -       B  -���������������*-������     m   m   m*   a  noniiTO t iwivli.=  Neiw   spring,  stock .-of   Allock,  Laight    &   Westwood     goods    have  arrived.  Come in and -look; them over;  JLaife at Lister waa saddened   at* the ,  urc-u o* tho week wbe*v**.ord came that   .  ^"ViHsam U*-r3   had    past-s-d   away   i.rst   |  Monday morning atK.tE-<-riai-le>y follow    |  Snfi ������ fhovl !lini*sp,  death being due to   1  double ' pneumonia. - The    late    Mr.   ���������  .. Hurl waaotrfe of   the   early   returned  ; men -tb locate at'Cl^.tef,   cou.irtg; here  In the fall of. 1S19, aijtl tias heen aluuaftt ���������  ' a continuous resident "'-until   last   fall j  m 1 -When "hf went to work. Tor the winter- j  B! ������t- Slimberiey. Mr-*. - Surf'si id. the' th * s . ������  _JJ children.leaving here-fo J-Sin him in De- J g  ' cember. Dereased. who, was thirty sis - ���������  ! years of age wasvery highly respected  i' by sail who knew him, and   very   deep  L sympathy .wilPro  out to   tbe   widow  and children In their   heavy   bereave-  **_^T-ttajC8_g_te HcattiBg System and  i. ������tM!Aa>- -ffB������tSSts=Csats5=aSy  *a4o_os8 eves tempcsvtnrQ, ocAd no vptttdilog. pot*.  Italy OTtfiwaHr*. ��������� HMittw by be* ������a������e? bcsSs bis  rcaated eggn testa*? B3a hafcdi ������i>d (traos cbiefca.  MonwyBmrlr   -**uitiir������ntwo-l  ^ds (esapecstossa esd- to' sfr**- BsttsfftO.  tioa. Bgaa-nau-wi cSD. as4 dtetr ss  to *tplaia tb-. wonderful Imprewc  , menta that make the 103-I>e*ree Inca-  g     SiJ__.    ���������S_,ti3SS������������0������SS$9l200c2a    <_������  ,"i_ient.  NEWS OF KOOTENAYS  A rooster diseDveied an  notVi.inK   A c������������    atiH    vr_lS-  uovi avaa   -*^ ��������� w     ������aja.aj.-������j������      ������ ^.mS.  ing  it  into the  hen  house*   said:   "Now*  ladies, I do not want  to embarass you, but  this  is a   sample  of  what others are doing."      So   when   in  Creston call and see  what we  are doing.  -���������Haa_iaj  r _ _gesaA'tfA9_<l>E*-'M8-|8  i-amvars oiipyij  _608t  g^pP   ***B*T  mTmr  ~B~    "���������  -_.4 I  ^eM"*^^  MAWSON BROTHERS  CRESTON  Are You Goingjto Travel?  ���������*������*"___  *!_���������  When, travelling abroad it is most convenient  to carry your money in the for'-d. of a Lettesr  of Credit. It. ensures the safety of your  funds; it is readily convertible into currency, and acts as an invaluableint. oductlon  in foreign lands, laetters of Credit are issued  -at any .branch of this Bank.   .  US I  -"1  ni- \  '(hS  IjT^J^q  **, w. AIAAN  CRESTON BRANCSJiy  _ ���������at  Manager.  11 -The library at the-pul-li*.   school   at  Kitoherley now   Toasts   300   volume*-.,  , and hsis another 100 ���������>*_ order.  Cranbrook "is t-ndeuvoi-iuK to ei.tal>  Hsh a public-library, and *������ drive is now  on to secure not less than 120 member?*.  I Credit appears to be easy at Kaslo.  t Even the board of trade was last y������*-ttr  j able to spend $26 more than it collei-ted.  | ������������������  An asses*!laly   t-f the Native Suns of I  Canada has   just   been   organized   t>  Kimberiey. starting off with 40 mem  bets.  The fishery department is supplying  *i00,000 brook -trout ''jjk** **" re-stock  streams in the Fernie district this  year. -:���������  At Fernie last year the electric'light  I department   made    n   nett.   profit   ot  $13,091, and the    waterworks    officials  were ������9,861 1 o the good.  t     At Nakusp eow stables and pig pens  I are becoTiting s>o "-vi. ..me! I Lug- thntihw  I medical  health officer .has notified all  such owners to  abate the nuisance at  I once. ���������      '���������...,  St*ven niiles o"r new  road conne-rtin'S         Ainawoith and   Quoeu*s Bay  is to  be  -���������   | built   this   year." The   highway  auvo    connection   Nelson  To Investors  ���������^all  ���������* ������������r -Be*a_est:   sxsassa. m      ^  itoaiir will he pleased to unflewaa*  nUis, badness fer yoa. "s*  tht?  oA^/yilAN BANK  '���������""'of commerce  Capital Paid Up $20,^^-000  CHAS. MOORE, C  ENGINEER   .A������GHITECT  afiSI *a_*'~������ W *m w >^-������  ptesistered} _.  j give  ��������� 1   Ktt_-__H  will  with  Ha. _tt BLa_     . _Ra       B  I1._j__.ra A  AV*������-������*">ay"^^'������' ���������*������,-"���������  .   ���������: ���������: .  OGIL VIE Good* are dependable \ Tbe New Denver Record says that 11  *^ -    I   .v..- ���������.*..������   been an   exceptionally ]g  ._ |     LUIS  umou .."���������-     ������ v " ������ _T.^I_R  1 K���������������t wi������.tei- on birds lodging from the   B  Fur  Pianoforte, Organ ana _.  Singing Lessons  AM HUB COLLIS, Creston  P.O. BesM  "WATE0 W*OT7ee  _*���������**-������������������- - ���������, ,  DIVERSION AND USE  Take notice that The Canyon City'Lumber  Corope-aSj, ILimited, whevae poatofflce address Is  Ci*eston, B.C*.,-will apply for a licenso to take  and use 3Q00 Kalloas per day and 120 acre foot of  wator but or Floyd Creek, which flows southwesterly and drain** into Goat River about two  miles west of Goat Blver bridge.   The -water  will be diverted from the stream at a point  about 200 feet.east and 100 feet south of the  northeast corner of Block 100, Iiot 812, and will  - be used for domestic* and irrigation purposes  upon the lands described as Blocks Nos. 181,208,  m 210. 1213 and 214, Iiot 813, Plan 921.   This  notice was posted on the ground on the 7th day  of March, 1025.   A copy of this notice and an  application pursuant thereto ana to the Water  Act, 101*1, -will ho lllod in the office ot tha Water  Rc-soa-dcs* at Nelson, B.C.   Objections to tho  application may bo,filed -with the said Water  Recorder or with tho Comptroller of Water  Rtcrhte, Parliament- Buildings, Victoria, B.C..  ���������within thirty days after the first appearance of  thia notice In a local newspaper. ���������  CANYON C5ITY LUMBER COMPANY, I  LJEMITKD, Applicant.       i  By Gr. A. M. YOUNG, Agent.  Tho date of the first publication of this notice Is  18Ui March. i925.  hard wii-tev oitbii-ds judging from the   j  number-* and vjarietie-s th-s-t are seen in  that- town.  About ������00 men employed at tlie Trait  smeller are now making their hoine at  Rossland, the C.P.R. providing a tr-Siin  service that enables them to snake the  trip between ths? towns.  <s& WANTED���������A HUSTLBBL^REIil  ABLE���������for mail subscription agency  in this district. Whole or -part time.  Big commission.; Do - not. **-isww  unless you mean busiheSSi ���������**��������� Applv  Country Circulator, THE VAN.  UO"0 VSR SUN, Vt-ncouyer. B.C.  fTRY OUB  _    ^ -. ^m/^i/    nnbB*    *������_ A ffl.^AfmE  An econo'niiical dtah, ������?������Hy to  Sksmrock Sransi HAM. BACON ana\LARD  QLENDALE CREAMERY BUTTER  CS-overnment graded,-liighest"qualit y.  FRESH and CURED FISH  all varieties**  Choicest BEEbm PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB  BL'RNS9 IDEAL POULTRY FOOD  increases egg production and produces better poultry.   "Buy the best.  a       -  A splendid selection of  Trimmed and Ready-to-  "Wear Hats on display at  tfie store next the Imperial Bank THURSDAY  and SATURDAY, April  9th and Hth.  Jaclcsons  WATER NQTIGE 7  ---���������>_w������i������- use       Local and Personal  DIVERSION AND USE  Take- notloo that tho persons mentioned ln  the Sehedulo bolow, who proposo to form tlio  Coldstream Wator Ubotb* Community, whoso  adrtrcHB is Canyon, B.C., will apply for a lleonso  to take and use 600 Bailout, a day each and tho  quantities in tho Sehedulo below, of wator out  of Burton Crook, alBO known as Mill Run and  Floyd Crook, which flows oonthweaterly and  drains Into Goat River about two miles, west  of Goat River bt-idgoe.  Tho water will be diverted from the stream at a, point about "SOOTcet  oast and 100 foot south of tho -north-cant corner  ot Block 180, "Lot 812, and will bo usod for clom-  entlo-nud Irrlm^tlon pnrposoa uponjtho lands as  stated in the Sehedulo below.  This notloo was posted on tho ������round on tho  ������th Iday -* "���������-���������������������-���������������������������. i������ml    a com- of this  notloo r-  txi tlio  .,������_������>   onioo of Oie V/uUf  .jootlons^to^tho ���������  The Ladies* Guild nt Christ Church'  ahuounc. a silver tea at the Vicarage  ^^iK"__5s__t_l^__r_S' on aaturday, March 28th. from 3 to  ^anWtiesln thiiSc'nthSo tefe.^afor S% 5.30 p.m. Watch Tor ad verti������ment of  -....-������,���������.���������������__,___, ..inn knowjioa Mill Run and  children's    tnaeqnerade    party   after  Eaater.  The Federal t������*iick hun been shipped  lo Trail by tho public   work**  department, whore it is bt-.ng used on pome  lon uiourouim *>"{" iTuah rond biiHdinji' in   the  Trail-Moss  ������^ranan^Reroto Sid |1and  artfn.   It   will   be  returned   to  vsr of Fobrnary 10(_&, A oopy ot tt-  and an application pnnmant thereto ai  i Water Act. 101-t. will Jbe fllod In t."  at ilit* WaUff Itocordor, Nelnon, B.C5.  ���������  tiho  ��������� Biocoraor, xsaji.T.ci, .-.>...  Ob-  ,������-������ ipllcatton mav.be ftlwl with  tho said Water Recorder or with tho Comptroller ot Water RiffbU*. Parliament Bnlldlnas,  Victoria, 13.C, within thirty days after Uio ftrst  appoaranoo ot this notloo tn a local newspaper.  Proposed COLBSTRIFBAM WATKR USRIta'  "^ COMMUNITY, AppMctrnta.  , By G. A. M. YOUNGf, Agent.  Bate of flrat publloatlon of this notloo la "Sfaroh  0, 102*1.  SOUKBUtiBl  Namooi Ik������v*li>lloxt c!       Qw5.-rtt.liy  Applicant. I_and. of Wator  IC Nouttulor Illock N<i-. 170 ���������.., ...20 acre feet  A We-ainir Uloekw No. ������1������ to ai������-i0      -  C. A.RoblnHon, ,        "       l*W*k 18T--I0  Mm, 1* Kempo.." M      108...........1������  M. Noltton  "      ltt������ ..........W  Moi. 8tm5i Jaokwn  *���������    170,177.178.00      ".  to a reainterod subdivision of part of Ixtt 813,  4irn������*4 F icn������rt4������rtj.v ajltatrlot, Plan No. 021.  u  Creaton In about a  month, along with  another wmehiwe-oC like   capacity   to I  be used on   quite   an   extensive   road  gravel ling prop-ram mo in   t no "Valley  this seat-on.  The joint Rrower������.board   of   tmde  co-mmittee  havo  been   Btioccsaful   In  MuranglnR for a visit to* the "Valley at  the !!rat f*f tho waelt 01 Dean Oh-uii-Hia, I  who hendo the faculty of  np-iiculture'  at   the    B.C.    University...ami    Mr.  Bobertaon, tho   B.C. provincial hortl*  cultutlat.   They are due to arrive on*l  Monday nnd   will   make  a  thorough j  'survey of the district and  will  doubt*  St*t>������, havo Home rccotiimcndationB   to  nvalic.  A wondarfiiily interesting and  Practical Cottr&e of Twenty  Lessons by mail on Cookery  Arts  and  Kitchen Management,  by Anna Lee Scott  To every user of MAPLE LEAF FLOUR  for Bread, Cakes or Pastry, Coupons will be  found in, every bag of Maple Leaf Flour:  494b. bag, 2 coupons; 98-lb. bag, 4 coupons.  HOW  TO JOIN  THE MAPLE LEAF  CLUB*.    Send the first four coupons to the  Maple Leaf MiUin^ Milling Co., Winnipeg,  Man.; and you will be enrolled, and receive  the first four lessons of the series.    Other  leaaona -vdll follow in due course.  We are Selling  IQf 'bit-Mil  -.,"..'. 7  -  * "'  Maple  Leaf Flour  98-lb., $5.25  49-lb.,     2.65  Rolled Oats  8-lb., 60c.  Crushed  Oats, 100  lbs.9 $2.65  af  Bran, 100 lbs.,  $1.60  Shorts, 100lbs., $1.70  PRESTON MERCANTILE cOMPAriT  i     ���������   B-aw^^~"���������_���������^^^  MIMIiTED  "ffifli'ij'i1il'SffiS_i^^  Immm^SSmmmWM  bKKS  Wtoll*lila1l'llllla*.lHl^*^|l������)|||<MM>  ^e&^x&s^a^!^&&i  wmmwmm t  IJ  m  THE   REVIEW,   <QRESTOKs . B.>  OL"  ,_&&__������__  ^ &~ Hgrnance tyiitesipcctttshjtfain. ,.  f___P^e. <&&.>mr^M''.km*mim'.*iEfom������''A^ .������������������:"-=!���������.J *.  ���������i__~  ;c^-  ..   __.      .������li\L  -^-J-.^7^_fc"*|-  ���������RAFAEL SABATINI  Co|������y'Jsht������-ct\  1922, by R������f������.l SairjTini  'CAPTAIN BLOOD,"  a Vit-atraph  picture With Ji   Warren  Ktrri^a*  in   the  till* role,  ts an acjapta-t'inn ������>f this thrilling novel.    .  ������*t-*  SYNOPSIS  Peter   Blood,   a   young   Irish   physician, is arrested,    and    charged    with I.  treason     during     the   battle   between}1*  Monmouth's. rebels'   and the soldiers | ingly    cooJ,  ofKing JaiiR's.       He.     is     sentenced; there'll    be  to death by Lord Jeffreys after a trial *'  which   Is  a  mere   travesty   of justice.  King James, hoAvever, orders ihe convicted rebels sent to'*the colonies to be  sold as slaves, and Blood and Jeremy  Pitt ai.e put into the detachment consigned to the Barbadoes. There, when t _   .  they  are   inspected   by   would-be  pur- ' ������    bearwig  chasers,    Arabella    Bishop,    niece   'oJ' | luteiiess  The  Slavics would have obeyed  liim  on the instant but lor Mr. BJood.  "What   need  lor   haste,  and   i-ft   this  tweeii} heat?"   quoth   lie.       He   was   surpris-  they    thought..^.   ''Maybe  no    need  to take to the  woods  at  all, and, anyway,  il   wi)l be  time -enough to do mo .when the Spaniards are masters of the town."  The   landing  was .contested" by   the  militia and  by  every islander capable  nil*,  with til'e'.fierce reso-   ._.__.,    niece   'of j luteiaes*-   of   men   who   Know   that   no  Colonel Bisliop, the military coraman-   quarter was'to be expected-in defeat.  del*,    draws    her    uncle's attention to | ������-��������� -  Blood.       Upon learning' that Blood  is  a  physi  pounds. "Later Arabella aud --. Blood j &ge of a surprise blow, his gniis turn-  meet, but Blood's bitterness at his'". ed iioav' upon ihe. open snaoe behind  ignoble position leads him to misun-j *_,,��������� jnolo wIloro 1]l(. "incompetent  derstand  the character of-the girl. An . _.. .        .     , ������������������.-   ���������   ,   , .  Knglish ship brings in wounded Span-i JJl*su������l> lluU  wai'������l>aH������d Jus men,  lore'  Ish prisoners and while treating their ; 'lie militia into bloody rag.-, and cov-  wound.s B,lood learns of Arabella's true : erod   the   landing  parties   which  were  charity.      A Tew days later a Spanish * making the shore in their own  boats,  galleon sljps into port under false col-'  ���������,. _        .  -*t ��������� - -  FOR  First Radio Station  Made  M  ,..nm     &*>.������������������..���������_   headachetbiuoushess  '"3__l_______i  ^tKr&N'������'^p#E^yli  fpl&BM^y',:    _.__ww_,  _.-,   '*]iis    H punish     comma'nik'r knew his  physician.  Bishop buys him for "ten'; husiness.      Having gained the advaiu-  ors  and opens tire on   she foi  CHAPTER  I3y sunset two. hundred and fifty  Spaniard.-, were ' masters of Bridgetown, lite islanders were disarmed,  and at '('ovemment House, Governed  Steed, supported by .Colonel Bishop  off atjhe double, despite His bulk and ja,Ml ������mi<- lesser ^.ffleers, was being in^  the heat, hi.s negroes troting-after him.!Jormod l>>' 1)on J,i!-������' ������'' tho SU1U ,lm,:  : would he required  in ransom.      For a  j hundred  thousand juee.es of eight, and  VIII.���������Continued  With the  crashing roar oi" that second   broadside,   Colonel   Bishop   went  |-ir.g.       "1)6 as ho'says���������-Oh, ,for pity's  sake, Arabella.*'  The horses came at last���������four of  them, for i.i addtiion to James who  was to act as her guide, Miss Bishop  hail her woman, who was not to be  left behind. /  Mr. Blood lifted the slight, weight of  Mary Traill to her horse, then turned  to say good-bye to Miss Bisliop, who  was already " mounted. He said it,  and seemed to have something to add.  But whatever it was-if remained unspoken.- J-Io went off briskly in tho  direction of the stockade, where his  fellow-sla/es a v. ailed him in deep an  xit'ly antl some hope.  And then info the stockade, paining  sind sweating, came Kent followed by  the best pari: of a score of plantation  workers, armed with musket, and hangars and some of them e**.u.������]ipvd with  bandoleers. By this lime the. rebels-  convict were coming in, in twos and  threes, having abandoned their work  upon fiiidii.g themselves unguarded  mid upon scenting the general.dismay.  CHAPTER IX.  The  Rebels-Convict  There Avere. when (he jmrple gloom  of  the   tropical  m'giu.  descended  upon  the Caribbean, not more'than ten men  on guVSrd aboa-*d"ihe Cinco LI a gas, so'!  confident   were   ihe^paiiiards   of  tlie  complete  subjection   ol' flit-  islanders.  As  Marconi Station .CFCF, Montreal,;Now  ���������  8n Super-Power Class  Five years after it first gave radio  broadcasting to the    world,    Marconi  station CFCF, .Montreal) was changed*  into a super-power .station afc'thc endr  of December. 7: r y    :>  The' now Marconi transmitting  apparatus,   which   is   exactly   similar  to.  that used by station GKAC, Montreal,,  gives station CFCF a power of seven  j kilowatts, making it one of the most  powerful iii the _ world.  No' less tlian thirteen Marconi trans-  mi tting valves are used in the,new apparatus. Of these seven are of the  3,0'00-watt type and six of "500-watt  capacity. The"smaller 'valve*-, ��������� .Which  are about the size of a ,'cocoamit, are  used for treating the sound energy to  trij*ile phase rectification before being  sent into the air, in order to absolutely eliminate all carrier wave hum  when the set is in use. The 1,000-  watt valves are about the size of a  soccer football and are used for modulation and oscillation; -*  With the new set, station CFCF has  | been reaching places in Canada" in  i which it. vhis never heard before,  j Letters, of appreciation have been re-  | ceived from Manitoba, Saskatchewan,  f Alberta and also from western slates  as far aw-ftas California.  The   station  broadcasts  on  a  wave  | length of 460 metres and .is on the air'  Monday and  Friday  nights from  7.30  to .10 p.m. E.S.T.  si-! Neglect  YoiirSlto  c5u_m4'ii4^\H^tin������Bt w|������*  ������^^PR S  y^TLE-. LSVER   PlttS  wiii dc mors to clean --       ������������������*������������������������  up the skin tjiao all      T^t^^  ������amn_'^������.icARTER^  ���������tion  a_n im  perfect   com-  plsxloo    It  caused   by   a  sluggish liver.     r ���������_������������������   -,  Millio-ii al people, old, youac ������ad mutdle aee.  take . ibeia  foi   BD'ouMiesa.  OtizisetM-.  __Tcb  Pippls anjcl.Bloiehs  Skia.  -Then   end the  Small a"*lS~-~Sffi&il Ooge���������Si-A- tPrtcg.  1_V E ������  Radio" Licenses  A  total  of 78,057  private radio receiving licenses have- been issued bj-  ,the    radio    branch,   -department    of  marine and fisheries, i'rorn. April 1 to  .December 31,' 1924, including 9,0(T0:-an  December.    In the corresponding period in  1923  the number granted  was  22,648. ' . .  WOMAN'S HMLTH_  WHeN FORTY-FIVE  mm.**..*-.**       \m** a������������  -      "Ml    ���������*������- VV   ���������ItSII  .....     , - t       H  11!������'ter of  fact,  whilst  lhe main!  ��������� My head of caul.?, Don Diego would body of tho Spaniards iVa-dod and riot-  rorbesir lr.Mii redueiug ihe place to ������d ashore, the Spanish gunner and his  ashes. Antl what time that- suave L'l'*v we're feasiing on the gun-deck  and eourllv ������o-mnauder was- set Iii n's ������l-on the v.iuo antl lhe f^i, meat-,  these deUiils with the apoplectic Brit- j fetched    out    to    ibem    from    a-d-ore  ish- Covej-nor,     Iho    Spaniards    w^rt;  sjnashing ami looting. f������-"ating. drink-  I ing, and ravaging al'ier ihe hideous  ! manner of ilieir Kind.  j Mr. Blood, greally daring, ventured  I down at di'sk into the town. Y-'hat  j he saw w;i,. lVtching In'jii  in. haste and  white-faced     out     of  that  hell  again,  "when in a narrow sin-or ;i girl huriled  into him,  wild ������-> ud, her unbound hair  str.-amiiig     beliind     her     as   she   ran. .  After  h������:-r,  laughing  and   cur;-ing  in   a!  breath, came a heavy-booied Spaniard.!  Almost'he   was   iinon   her.  when   sud  ���������uteresting Discovery In Egypt  Discover T^mbAnte-.Dating Kin^ Tut's  By 3,500  Years  -.-. ...���������^. .������������������    American excavators in Egypt have  Above,   two  sentinels  on]y  ktTj.t vigil, j uneaWllotl ������i l������"ih that ante-dates the-  at stem and stern.      _s*<u- were ihey as j r'ux������l* resting- place of King Tut-ankh-  VIO'l  Iti*l\i-       .. ������       -1.    __.-_. * 1     A   tv-A������      l--^_     n     a-i-.w  vigilant as they should have been, or  el.se they must have obs< rved the two  wherries that under <;OA-er of tho dark  ii.es*.' came gliding from tlie wh'irf, with  weJJ-grea*-ed row-locks, lo bring up in  silence undVr lhe great sliiji's quarter.  From the gallery aft still hung the  ladder  hy   which   lion   Diego   had   de-  Amen by 3,500 years.  News of the find reached London in  .a cable from the manager of the White.  Star offices in Cairo.  - .The find includes a system of passage ways as avoII as a tomb and Js  attributed to the third* dynastic i*eriod.  ! It. was-discovered at Sakkara, in tho  | neighborhood   of the    Step    Pyramid.  'It's hoping  I am ye're fit to meet your  Maker."*  j denly Mr. Blood got in hi* way. The  j doctor had i alien :v sword from" a dead  j man's side'o.mio liitle time before and  , arm.etl hini.-_������-lf witli iu against, an eni-  ! ergency--'"  I      As   the   Spaniard   checked   in   anger j  -and   surpri.-.-,   he   caught   in   tlie   dusk}  'ihe   livid   gli-ani   of   I ha!   sword  which  Mr.   Hi,-.>od   had   c'uiekly   unsheathed.  "Ah, iH'ivo ingles!" he shouted, and  )lurev forward  to hi:s th-alh.  "H'.-i hoju'ng I iir.i ye're in a fit  state  to r.ieci   ynvn-  Maker," ,.aitl  Mr.  Blood,  j scended   io   flu.   boat   that  had   taken  'him ashore.       The sentry on guard in | Tho   diggers 7xlso   found'what   ...   ....  t_tho sifci-n, coming -presently j-ound this | SCI'ibo<'*a55 a niar'volous statute of* Iv^ig  i gallery,   was   suddenly   confronted.-by j Pepi T- Avho '"eigned at the beginning  Is   de-  ' Kent   icms  *.ln������si- sla\ <-.-.  "To      i lie  'Talc-    in  th'-.-e,    iji-!"|  KUI led   lhe.--,  -'I    K>   (Ihi:  an  on I i'i-    to  \.\-.i���������.|...-; "  ���������he      W������.-inis  I    ihi.;    i-.  ;/;.-ni:7  h������-   ha  nn<i    Ij  ������������������v. y.    arh  .-*,'-. "file. "  tie    I hem.  ami   ran   him  did   !������ik-   ihi;i_jj  l".hi'--tl ski)  Th** liian  through   I lie   hotly.  e  U  O.-e  lie  .kili'ull*. :   wiih  the eom-  I ol" swordsman and surgeon.  ���������������������������mile in ;i. hideous heap v-iih-  oiii .-.(> fmieh ;ts a gi-otni.  Mr. Blood swung to lhe girl, who  11 an-.-d -uniting and sobbing against a  wl-.lI.      II.* i-i.ughi. Iter by the wrisf.  Th������-y ,-j.- ���������) (hi-w-ji nn iilh-y, ami white-  i;i"etl, |iiiy;--ica!y. sirk, .Mr. Blood drag-  <-i- alr.io.-t -Ti a run ujr.the hill  Is Ci/ioriei Uishojt's house. lie  ��������� i'., !.j-]I had to kneel, again and  ;���������;..in   --,1'l'ore   he   was   aiisAvered.  Pains in Back and  Legs Relieved by Lydia E. P������nkIham,s  Vegetable Coin "pound  ged  t ovi  km .t  ye!  "W  .M;.-.--.  i n 11111  "ti  the   black  shadow  of a  man   standing-''  before him  at ihe head of the  ladtloi  B was Peter Blood.  The wooden taifrail  was a  low one, (  | and the Spaniard was taken complete-:'  j ly  by  surprise.       Save  for  the  splash >  he  made as h.- siruek  the water, narrowly     nii.--.ving    one     of the  crowded '  boats   that   waited  und(*i-   the   countei*.  not a sound announced his misadventure.      Arn.ed as he was with corslet,  euissarts   and   bead]>ieco.,   he   sank   lo  trouble   tluni   no piore.       Within   five  minute.;-, they had swarmed aboard, the  entire     twenty     of   them -overflowing,  from the narrow gallery and crouching  on  the quarter-deck itself.  (To  br  of known history. ���������������������������There is scarcely any limit l.o the informal ion that  the discovery may uncover.  j  LITTLE   HELPS   FOR j  f , THIS WEEK.  1  am not alone, because the Father  is with me.���������John >;vi,  0:"*  ho   is    l here V"  ''.l.--hoi������'s,  a   Huh  ���������ia kaldy  ht r own.  \<    I   --I'elel    l'lj.)Od.  I'he   voice  ireniuloiis.  was  but  ���������"\V!;ai   ,1,  li"  gasped.  j you want  ForrJ.   On''.r_:.'o.  le  i*t-  r  hrea.  a  r.ei-vnu*-  - 'ja>v, _ j,  a.- it. i.", ..-alUjr!, with sever-"  ���������a':-,s  in   rny bac.:.   r.fjH   l������-fs,   ae.i   v.-.r.-i  fa 1111inj;.*' spells which ie)"' me very Vv.-uk.  ' v.-as nerveu.'-i :tt\<i caili:  not slcjep  <<,>������������������.  ear   as   I   : lintilii  and   s.p-..-nt  i7iue.r.   rev."  in   iied,      I   v.'jih tn   this   state, mi ay  ...  In.'*.-������, fur over   I wo   -.'--jr:--   ii"'M"ora.- t.yii:.-.-  I-). I 'i.'/khafii".'   .'egeiaiue CoitipoiintJ v������*r:x  ree, iir-;;':'���������."i'.'.'d   V>   'i"l*'   '','.'    *f"'.V   ''.'-iirhbtii-.  J-'ef.ir" i h:t>i l.-tl^-n Ir. ���������* ft''..-.ea 1 was  si'f !.*>'.- up in t.crl. and when Hie fiiv-c  t.-1-i.t..ic v.*;i-i 'ai.f.'n I wa.", nut. of ln-d :ual  a..'-- to ."'"til "tj'i-i.int! the ho(i.:e, luiriit������\*  iny .sicl.ric-iH I had ht-en obliged to -.'ei  j-viire- one te LtjeU af'.er mv home ror mn,  ".:omij. ���������������������������������������������,<!  i<   "r: ysel f*.  :.ni 'n l*h-*->r(  SV'tretal/le  ,\ i   ihe  sound   ol  Mr.     Blood      had  ; levin;..!]  ' !;.��������� gluoni  ".\ r.'' l.-elhi ! "    .- in-  ."a :���������.*,���������  'I'lvull."  .'-,!':   r  a   liri'-f   pare-'i  v, ���������.*.���������.        Mi-,    I Mood   s  , -i   le    hi--   disl i-auulil  i ������������������ li:!,-."  ,:pou  A ni hella '  le:-e,| h<'|  - e | I  I'   A'olee,    the   gii-]  MMletl   I'jof.red   nf'  ral!< t|.  'II    is   I,  '    lhe   door   gaped  'I'otle in, foihiu-  et������inpanIrm, Who,  .-'. ."-'Ii'iider bosom,  '"    ii   pas.-ion of  contjoued)  Entertaining In-New-York  Ordinary Evening's Cost For Two Is  About $31.50  What does an ordinary evening's  enterlainineni cost, in New York for  two person..? A man abo*it. town has  figured it out. Dinner '"lit any first-  class cafe is about .^lO with Ihe lip.  flood seals fo a reigning theatrical hit  <-u-e a.! spe'-ulai or's .prices���������antl Hiey  have the good .-.eats���������,'j'IO.f'O,* A night  club couvt-i l charge |s $12 tva.ch. A  bollh* of lable wiiler *i"l and a niild  rojitisl is iihtuit .fil. Figure lax! fare  about ���������):*_ and you have a total of  '.*:il,.���������>���������>. This is not considered tt  splurge for if one orders a hot He of  sum-pl 11 ions vine lhe bill Is around  y,**0 I'm- t\w ovi tiiiig..���������New York: Cor-  respondt-ni.  What though Ave. fall, and bruised and  wounded lie,  Our lips in   dust?  Cod's arm shall Jill us up to victory,  Jn Him  we trujj,.  For neither life, nor death, nor ihings  below,  IS or  things above,  Sliiill i.'vcr seve.i* us thai  we should go  From His (Ireat: love.  ���������Fi'iin'ces I'oaviu* Cobho  There is no fnthei*. no brother so  jiilil'ul and compassionate as He av'Iio  c-alls you His child. YVhalever else  may fail, be sure- thai His everliiNsiing  love will not fail.' He i. with .. ou in  your siru.glo against sins, in your  search for truth, your woes antl griefs'  ami loneliness and I rials. All your  hop--, rill jour patience, all your regard fin* what is exccllon' antl imperishable, come from liim. And as He  has given you your capacity for Ills  friendship and Ills likeness, He will  Iraln you ami guitle you lo lliiu.-elf if  you   are submissive and   obedient,  ���������-Ilorallo N.   Powers,    i  A Critica'  rsnea wr-en  tSr. VVimarris*  " Pink Pills Are a Real Blessing  At special periods a Aroma-, needs a  medicine to regulate her blood supply,  or.her life will be a round of pain and  suffering.    It is at. such times that Dr.  Williams'  Pink  Pills  are worth then-  weight in gold, for they make the new  rich blood that banishes the symptoms  of   distress    that   only women know.  The better blood that comes with the  use of these   pills . strengthens   every  vital    organ     and    brings     womanly  healtll and happiness.      This'is'fully  proved by the case of   Mrs.    G. -Wit-  thuhu,    Areola,    Sask., who says:���������"T  ant one of the many foe whom Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have done wonders.  About threfe years ago I was so weak  that I could not do toy housework, or  even go about without feeling ntterly  . worn out.     The doctor suggested that  ���������an operation was the _on!y thing that  would help me. but this  I  refused fo  undergo, and I returned home almost,  in  despair.      My trouble was  all  due.  to  the  lingering  change of life.      A_*  this.stage I read an advj-rtisement of  Dr. Williams'  Pink  Pills  and  decided  to try them.    TBy the time I had used  six   boxes   there   was   no   doubt   tl*������y  were yiust   what  I  needed,  and   under  their continued use for sosi*.*? time my  health  Avas   fully  restored,   and   since  that time  I have-been in the best of  health.      I  am  writing   this   letter  iu  the hope that it may induce some other  stiffering ivonian  to use Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills and regain her health."  These pills are sold by medicine  dealers or Avill be sent by mail at aOe.  a box by writing the Div Williams*  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Her Requirements  "I want a hair net, please."  "What strength, madam?"  "Oh!���������three motor rides, iavo dSlice.<���������  and a picnic!" ���������  Four barreled guns, combining rifles  and shotguns, are a Jale thing in the  American hunting world. *  gi  ll,.:  'ere    tall-  l>a* I hanl.'M ; t i Fe- '.,���������-"���������- ahh:  l am now :tlil<* to iooi; af*'-i  I have f.il.en J,ydi;t K. I'inki  Merlieim-  in    turn   *,vi?h   the  i'*viiipri������i.-id,  nn'j   I   e*":-t airily rereiiura-m.  ll'iese   rrii'flii'il'ies   le-   finv i'i������re \>.-lw>   i-s   ry'.'*.  i *i ioyinv -ror.rt ha'alth. I ani quite v. illing  1'i'C vf'tt to ti'if th^.'ie fni��������� t���������.-���������' ro- a te.tti-  tv.,,,7-,1, " Vt r -���������. J. S'.jt|'t'|tei-i������. t'."o ,i  ,lr:ni"s--'  ���������\r>-iii;������������.  r,1'.--d,  'Vitarie,  ut i-.-i  ��������� , i i .��������� .  "Whom    have    s ou    h,,,-,.    v;j,",    you?  ��������� '"'-     ���������'' ' *:l uh- '���������'"   In*   o.-iiia ndeil   sharp  'I'I'"   |-'l.l>-    HI.I le   WHS   ,lail|.-y.,   iin   0|,|  e ���������" I i i   ;'!'������,..' ii.  man." .-.aid   l.hiotl,       **|H,l  ;i"   *���������"   ",|1    '!'.-   h..|-.-e,j.        Then   awa.i  " p"i"hi -.i ti v\ ii, or even  far-  ���������("h> re     von   will  be  sa Te.  Telephone   ,sei vice   belween   Angora  ami Cfiiislanl ittojile Is being planned.  Servanl.~--I   ean'i  light  to burn, sir.  (Jounty Doetor.---()li. never mind.  We're only going home, antl I've got  the const able safe in bed wli.li lumbago.  Willi  v  ��������� a  i  ;.-   \ .-|-\  H ' I      I H ! I  '. ��������� .'I I.,  11 o.- ��������� I i i .  'mi    a  i n  .!  o.���������  t riles.  ,,-,.     ...    .        i'  run-d*������*VJ) fe^-lint?<- and wen1  Ii'w-i;"  ���������rii"H'<  t.r> 3>e nof.-d. W^mer,  'utYt'rinfi;' I'rr-fn these trouhl'es, whi'-h  Ilif-VMi.ofli'll have, should jfj-ivo l.'yrHw 17  I'inK-.'    irUsl.  tarn'.-.;   Vegetable Cornporj-.-S a f,>;,'-  All .i'ri/K'K'i,-.'.*' Hell t.hi.s   I'liedicine,  I  U'  N  J,71!  7  a,      '-'��������� ,,i ��������� i   ; oi���������   11  '   lie       .   .   .   I I-   ,-a  '-' ��������� ���������', i!!  |      "!.' i    I hi I    -.vail  a I un !'��������� I   .i ii;;i i ft ,  ./..ill.   - ,    ,11111     . ir,    j, ;  Veil   a I".     ���������. ������.| ���������  Vi- *  "  -."     -Il-  i hi ng'-i-  ' vili r\ '  ll.-l Die,  ml   do   :  '���������tl   Jn* -,'  In   di'-aill'ut  "iily   be|.-|n-  aiadam     'al<e  1   bid   yo'i."  '  .-'ithbetl    \fli-,j.-,  \.  UK noAvest, .musical instrtimeuf���������-  combination in one cabinet of  the famous Brunswick phonograph ntui  a c.d.rfl. Rndioln.  Prices From $105 lip  Zwnmmvickk^  RadiolassES  And now a, bigger pczc&age  for- the <yame 7nort&.if    ~~    '  a.;|,pe<|   ,Mi ,   Ulood  "AVill  *, on  plea ve i-all !  I    a ,      an,l a I  on.-,   " I  I'* ���������'''   I.i ie'oj "  .-li:  < ib-d, ...j.m|,|,.|- j  LJSO tN Ht LJS. TJNS   SOP)  ���������     ''   ���������'      .'''     '   "..' "   '   '���������'������   ' 'A* < .-        * A A' . y ���������  ,  ���������,   y fry.(      , -  NEW  SIZE  lb.  ,. r v 4> y  $fC DU**^**tl{������ &������** ,.m  "*!��������� 7-7  .-Wft-   ������Ui.vj__aivy|  AVJM,     JO.     5_J������  n*  S������t������E^^������ll_PNy_*REikD  F"C ^^      I   J&^m iLsa  6       SEEPS .fir*8**���������^ ^SBr    -   8  /STANDARD OFQUAUTY FOR OVER 50 YEARS  Want No Interference  I  Stiff  MJOMEsBAK-MBE AM^B*_������-|^EAt_r  The Golel  Standard  i i i  -  U.S. Will Help Keep Pound At Parity  If It-Gets There  The United States has promised to  help sustain tho pound sterling at parity if it returns to the point, according Lo the London. Morning Post. Montague Norman, governor of the Bank of  Fiigland, has obtained! the promise of  the federal reserve board that if .the,  pound reaches a gold standard, only  to bo hammered by speculators, the  board will help sustain the pound  to an agreed"a mount."  'tip  MOST OLD FOLKS  HEMT AND NERVE TONIC  After middle age little.sickness arid  ailments seei*^harder to.shake off than  formerly a* the heart action < becomes:  weak and - uncertain and the nerves  are not as steady as they .were in the  New   Zealand   Magistrate   Gives  Sentence to Communists  Sentencing twb Comrttunists to three \  months' imprisonment for    selling    a  book on Communism, encouraging; violence -and  lawlessness,   Mr,  Poynton,  the Auckland,-New    Zealand,    stipendiary magistrate, said: "We-can work  -out our own  destiny without the impertinent    interference'   of    fanatical,  anti-British, bloodthirsty aliens.    How  British communities   will   tolerate  so  long this foul worlc'of noxious reptiles  passes understanding-'.*  Mrs. Miriam A., "Ma" Ferguson, has  assumed the duties of state governor!  of Texas.      The inauguration was at  tended by  her husband who was  impeached and deposed from * t\o    gOAr-  ernorship. s."  Leon T.rotzky Avas relieved of his  duties as chairman of the revolutionary AArar council hy the central executive committee of the Communist  party,the most powerful political bodkin Russia.   :-������������������"..:'."  T���������������-^w...*~   . .*.~_;~.2 ..    " ��������� ,-      y-w..-���������A ..-.       d~M t ..  xva^i������������jj t,a    * cCcj v eu    hi    x^a-waOju.     vjj-lj-  from Old Crowyniission state that Indians are trapping great numbers of  foxes. Meat is reported very plentiful, 500 caribou having been killed, so  far this "winter. ���������y    ���������������������������������������������������������������  The sermon in Canterbury Cathedral  >CNSwlisdthl'timo Avhen -ill aged peo-! recently Avas preached by a minister  pie who wish to maintain their health j of the  Congregational union.  Rev. J.  and vigor and retain their energy unimpaired should use  MILBURN'S  HEART AND NERVE PILLS-  Mrs. M: O'Connor, Whitestone, Ont.,  writes:���������"I have been troubled, most  ot* my Hfe, with shortness of breath,  palpitation of the heart, and: fainting  spells. 1 was advised, "by *v frignd, to  try Milburn's II. & N. PMsJ_ which I  did, and aj. once fouad relief, and ..I  IiaAre never hail a really bad spell  since. i a.n SO years of age and I  abvays keep them in the house, and  feel that with their help ! will see  many years yet. I afways recommend  them to anyone who is suffering from  heart trouble."        "-.������������������- .  Por sale at all druggists and dealers.  Baldheaded 'men would be satisfied  if they could eAren make one gray hair  grow Avhere two others grew before,  - ���������-      . -. ���������'       * _   ; --,   / .'"  Fresh Supplies in demand.���������Where-  ever Dr. Thomas' Eclectric. Oil has  been introduced increased Rjipplies  liave been ordered, showing that  wherever it goes this excellent Oil im-  "-presses its power on the people. No  matter in Avbat latitude it may be  found its potency as never impaired.  It is put up in-most portable shape in  boLtles and can be carried Avithout fear  of breakage.  After a girl goes oil the shady side  of 35 she drops the affinity business  and begins' to hustle around for an  ordinary bread-winner.  Snrotur  iFro-ni vSdiool TeacSica*  To Circat Emhicnce  A younj* man. who was brouj-'lit up on  ti farm in Western Pennsylvania studied  diligently and q-ialifiecl for district school  teacher.   Further pursuing his studies and  teaching, he niaiiaft'cd to t>av<* up enough  money to nut him thru medical college.  After the Civil Wnr, he lieg-in the practice  of medicine in the iicav oil section of Pa.,  and often rodo hortie-hact' thru the weed si  <n reach and relieve tlio-ic who were t-ei-i-  ously ill. Me was a -.tiulent oi nature-,  knew and could easily rero*>*ni-*.e rrKi-t c.i  I lie medicinal plantft groivincr in the v--ood���������������  Later, Kc moved to H-rfl'ajo.N.Y. where  h. Inunrhcd hir* favorite remcdi-*?;, nnd, _*_  rt t'bort time, ihcy were sold by every dm-j-  C'r.t in the ltincl7 Today, the name of llu*.  man, Dr. "R. V. Pierce, is known tlirouB-h-  tntt ihe world. Ilia Golden Medical Discovery is the beat known blood medicine  nntl tunic. Mm- than fifty million boilkti  li'ive been sold. If your ������.iriijjp*i-.t does noi  mil the "Discovery/" in liquid or tablets,  of "the tubJcta  "DIAMOND DYE" IT  A BEAUTIFUL COLOR  Perfect home  dyeing and tinting guaranteed  With Diamond  Dyes. Just dip  in cold water to  tint soft, delicate  shades, or boil to  dye rich, permanent' colors.    Each  B. J. Car-ion, and more than ordinary  interest was 'shown in the s-erA-ice in  consequence.  Arguments before the privy council  in connection with the appeal of the  Manitoba grain futures tax -ease TV-ill  start early in March, Hon. W. E. Craig,  attorney-general, has announced. HoiL  Geoffrey Lawrence,   K.C,  of London,  : W. JE. Itaney, attorney-general for  Ontario    in  .the Drury Farmer-ILabor  Government, was chosen by...Progressive members of the Ontario Legit's.-  ture as house leader in succession to  Manning DoIierty/"who     declined-   to  continue in the office.     A.  will act as counsel for' Manitoba.  H. S. .Ward, one oL' tlie directors of  the Workmen's Compensation Board  of Manitoba, lias been appointed acting commissioner pen-ding investigation into the administration of the  board's affairs under "the late IL G-.  Wilson.   ��������� * ,-y. '  10-cent pac������i<tge contains direction's-so  simple any. woman can dye or tint  lingerie, silks, ribbons,-. skirts, waists,  dresses, coats, stockings, SAveaters,  draperies, coverings., hangings, eA-ery-  tking ?new.-.V,       " 7:  xx.  Buy "Diamond Dyes"���������no oilier kind  ���������and tell your druggis t whether the  material -you wis!   to color is avooI br  ���������silk, or whether it is linen, cotton,"'or  mixed goods.  A New Profession  A bill exalting barbering to the status    of    a    prjofi^ssion,  and providing  greater    safeguards    for    t*_ie    public  against skin diseases and incompetent  harTiet'S   -will  foa������  ir>-j 'vf\Avir,aA  of- i\\c, __e_rt  session of the Ontario Legislature..  W.  Hamilton, General Manager  the Union Bank of Canada  of  mothers Like to tee at  colds with yapors  ,       : 'V. - ~    i*   i    ���������i-1   Direct Treatment -with Vaporizing  Salve Immediately Reache-i  Inflamedl Air Passages.  It is no longer necessary constantly to  dose the children in  trea.-_n_Cipup.brou-  chitis, sore tliroat,  br deep chest colds.  Many-Canadian  mothers now use the  "outside" remedy,  Vicks VapoRub, for  thecold troublesof all the family, because  it is just rubbed over throat and chest���������  fchere is -nothing to take. When so applied  Vicks gives olf medicated *vapor3 which  are-inhaled directly into the inflamed air  passages, loosening the phlegm and making the breathing easier. "  At the same tune Vicks is absorbed and  stimulates the skin Uke a liniment or  plaster and thus aids the .vapors inhaled  to break up the congestion..     a  At all drug stores 50c a jar. For free  test size package, write Vick ChemicaL  Co.,344 St. Paul St., W.aMontreal, P. Q.  /  Miller's Worm PoAyders not only exterminate intestinal and other worms,  but they are a remedy for many other  ailments of children. - They strengthen the young stomach against biliousness and are tonic-il In their effects  Avhere 41ie child" suffers from loss of  appetite. n feverish conditions they  Avlll ho found useful and they will  serve to allay pain and griping in the  stomach, from which children so often  suffer.  Might Solve Traffic Problem  Englishman Suggests Light Motor Car  Fitted  With  Winga  Sir Charlc-.s Wakefield suggests a flying motor car as a solution* of the  trafiic problem.  "Why not,"' he asks, "harts a light  motor car fitted witli AvJngs, so that it  could take cither tho road or the air,  as the traffic demanded'?"  The car-plane consists ol" a light car,  driven hy propellers like those of an  aeroplane, and light wings which can  be folded back on the' roof ol' the car  Avhon not in use.  Her Trent!������ .Started  From a Bad Cold  . _���������_ .      .       i  Ontario   Lady's   Little   Daughter  Suffered from Headaches and  was Relieved by Dodd's  Kidney Pilfs _  '     ������������������    aa.  aw'   aa. li   I��������� \ .  ��������� __��������� J  Dodd's Kidney Pi I Is are a kidney remedy and" can betaken by young and  old. y  WilliamstoAvn, Ont.���������-(Special).���������We  have a .testimonial from Mrs. L. Stanley, a well-known resident of this  place. ��������� SIiq Avrites to us because sbe  feels that she owes it to other-mothers  who have children suffering from  weak kidneys, to tell them the relief  afforded her little girl. . She states: ���������  "I must write to you regarding your  Dodd's Kidney Pills. I have been giving them to iny child. She has been  suffering frdm headaches, broken  sleep, fitful appetite, and was alAvays  tired and nervous, I have found your  pills very satisfactory and am going  to keep on using them."  Dodd's Kidney Pills haA-*- become a  family remedy because .people have;  tried theni and found them good. They  help Rheumatism, Lumbago, Lame  Back, Heart Disease, Headaches and  Urinary troubles, because all these  are Kidney Diseases, or are caused by  the Kidneys failing to do their work.  Successful Year For Union Bank  __���������    -I   II- t���������^^^m  Annual Statement of Canada's"Western       Bank       Discloses      Great  Strength in Liquid Assets  The "union Bank of Canada, Avith  its head office located in Winnipeg, is  regarded as representative of Western Canada in the banking world, and  the" sixtieth annual report; which Avas  presented to tho shareholders at the  annual general meeting held at tbe  head office on Tuesday, Jan. 13th, Avill  therefore be of particular interest to  all Western Canadians. Being the  sixtieth annual report to be issued, it  marks the diamond jubilee of the institution.  The year 3924 has seen a continuation of the unsettled business conditions AA'hicli made the previous year,  1923, one of unusual difficulty for  banking and financial institutions, antl  the balance sheet now made public is  a'striking tribute to tile sound polscy  whicli has brought the year's business  to such a successful conclusion. All  legitimate requirements of customers  have been met and an efficient nationwide banking service has been* main  tained.  _ the outstanding  features  of  Advocates  Drastic  Plan  J    '     A  ���������** *���������**  Would, Finger Print and Photograph  All  With Aim of Curbing Crime  Police Commissioner-��������� ' Enrisht,. of  New York, returned from a tour or  oOutii ___inerica., and Announced w plan  for finger* printing and photographing  every resident of ISTsav York, in an at*  tempt to curb crime.   ..  Commisisoner Enrigbt said he planned the establishment of a A-ast criminal, identification bureau to handle  the -work. Every child would-- be required to carry an identification card,  containing his finger print and photographs. .Duplicates-would be on file  in the bureau.  Surprise For Railroad  Clerk"  ;nc  Oil Found On Land That Was  Considered Worthless  Over a SMiiilon dollars as a Xmas  present was the gift Santa Claus had  for a railroad clerk and his wife, of  Muskoger, Ok. For years their interest in tAvo pieces of land in Texa*-  Avas considered virtually worthless.  jnow a'guslier has been brought in on  property  adjoining one of the tracts.  the report is the great strength ot* the j. Negotiations now are iiv progress'-for  "Money J a. the root of all* evil,-" quoted tbe Wise Guy.- __"And most o'L' us  are rooters," air.end the^Unplo Mug.  bank's liquid assgts-^���������those investment  holdings. A^jiicii can be quickly and  readily converted into cash should the  need arise. The ratio of these gilt  edged quickly convertible securities as  compared to the bank's'total-..liabilities  to the "public is over 52 per cent, as  against 49.5 per cent, at the close of  the previous fiscal year.  . The profits earned during the year,  together with the balance of profits  carried over from 1923, gi\*e a total of  %\,229,016" available for distribution.  This has provided for the payment of  the four regular quarterly dividends  amounting to ? 610,000; foi; Dominion  Government taxes $134,581, aud for the  usual contribution of $10,000 to the  officers' pension fund. Adhering to  their conservatiA^e" policy, the directors  have wisely apportioned the remainder  of the profits to a reduction of $25,000  in the value of bank premise**-, to the  setting up ot a contingent account of  jtlie sale bT part of "the laud for "half a  million dollars. _ The value of their  interest'in-the other land is estimated  at about half a million dollars.  For First Aid^-^-Minard's Liniment  /-a., i ���������_a, --.���������  be  the  first book  jjiuiv   J-ri    IflOUgriL':  ever-printed.  10  Awful A-sthnna Atiasks." Is there, a  member ott" your family who is in the  power of this distressing trouble? No  service you can render him Avill equal  the bringing to his attention of Dr. J.  D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy. This  "remarkable remedy rests its reputation upon Ayhat it has done for others.  It has a truly wonderful record, covering years and years of success in almost every part of this continent, and  even beyond the seas.  It Is officially announced by ihi- admiralty that tho Prince of Wales -will  go to South Africa on H.M.S. Repulse.  Drove First Train In China  William G. Jackson, who drove tho  first train 1 hat wins over run in Ghinm,  died at Reydon, Soulhwold,, aged 7D.  Until a few years ago ho Avae engineer  of the South Avoid Hallway.  , Tlio Chinese, resenting the introduction of tho railroad, at first tore up  the lines, nnd tho officials had a vory  anxious tlmo until Iho people bocamij  accustomed to tho pm-onca of the  trains--.  A jelly fish weighing one pound contains moro than 15 ounces of water,  ion can obtain u '4r.al pk.i|.  Vty   -imding   10c to  Dr. 1-ierce'ft , Branch  *S.-.lv.n"ifi>ty ������*-i llT-idr*" .I.1T.''*',, 0"  The   Friend   of   AM   Suffeirero,���������Dr.  Thomas' Kcloctric Oil. Is it valuablo  remedy to all thoHo avIio BiifTf-r pain.  It holtlH out liopo to ov<M'3*ono and  realizes tt by stilling HUfferlng ovory-  whor*.-. ii, is a liniment that .haa tho  blppsing of half a en_sllu-cnI..' 3t fn  on m\]i> ^A-oryAvlH-vt.-- nnxl can, he t'-ovmil  wbcroA'cr "t-uquli-od  for.  Dine On Reindeer Meat  Reindeer s.Leaks bdeamo popular iu  Chicago recently avIicu 25,0#0 poiamln  of  red ml o or  mont   arrived   liioro  from  AlrtRlCH,  M (narrl't.    I Inintifant;  Bruise-*  ���������fO'i"   Sj-rninn   *.ncl  On Face. Itched Badly.  Cuticura Healed  ''Eczema-Tirol beg-nn with an Itching on my face.   I-ittle red pimples  formed thas itcli*-" very badly causing me to scratch. The ricratchini*  made the pilnples Inrgt; Bind red, and  some nighta they burned and kept  me awake for a Avhlle.  "My mother recommended Cutlcura Soap and Ointment so C sent  far a free sample-which helped me.  I purchased another cake of Cutlcura  S-oo---* arte! a hoi: of CutlcuJa  Ointmeii ' and In a. month B nvnn|  completely healed," (Signed) Mia a  Edith Ha Kelley, Rt. 1, Unity, Me.,  July 12, 3923.  Daily uae of Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Talcum helps to pievent  akin troubles,  Httnplii *B������w1a Vrtia thy Mull, AiJili-r-n r*Bnn.|l������n  IH-iKiti -CuUo-ir-., P. 0. Uox -sale, MantrciU."  I'rlrc, HowgiL'Sc, Oliilin������ii������iffiitii������l5nn. T������lruml!8������.  iWm%V '1 ry our nnvw -Jliavv'nu Stick.       I  a-������waMIMMW>i>IMMMHWMMMW������������MN^^  AV.    N,     1.7     Ififil.  $100,000, and to increasing the balanco.-r-  to be carried. fovA-vavd to next year.        t *"  TI14? total assets stand at $120,575,- j  115  as  shown   by the  balance  sheet. J  Tho a-eserve and'undivided profits are j  iJ2,0<*i>,43<l.      Iii common Avith tlio  e\-j  perioncc  of other  banks  and. Investment    Institutions    the  period  under  rovlew has sUoavii a small contraction  in the amount of deposits.      Savings  accounts    represent    $G6,9S7.2i)l.    imtl i  ..cun'onL  accounts  $2",2S7,S.l2   of   win"  deposits of $J>2,275,0K..'  It is to be no Led that Lhoro Is no'  itom. corresponding Co the liability of  $8,100,000 to lhe Dominion tlovt-vn-  ment, which appeared iu the previous  year's statement under the head ot  "Atlvnneea undoi* Iho Flnnnce Act." in-  dicayiiK that tho hank's enviable liquid  position ha������ this year enabled' It lo  lako earn of tho poak load ot' hii.sine.s.������  inchlopL to ilif- inovomoni. ������������������) 1Vr>slt*ni  Cnniula'u crop without ha\ lag to 'laUc  advsinlage of I hat provlr-lon of ilu*  Flnanci" Act which pt-i'iuits. borrowing  from tho governmoni  for this pm-post*.  f"li;ir������-!ioldtM'M,    di'poHltor;'.    antl    the  public gonorally, will eomniond iht> ������-.v  ct*il<*ui. guidnnut! of Liio bank's uiVuitJ.,  av!iloll   h:v:   brongh!   auc-lf ;-:;Ul.if:-.-,tory  ii.i Uui.-, lo Ilu.- .-_t*u'c.-L������d(]i-j.--, sijjd id   :7  isiinic IImo hiiH not only iti:tlnlafn-.-d tl-  alr'-tuly Hlrmg poi-itlon. of tho bank In  relation l.o 11 m linblUllt.'*--, to I ha- public,  bill,   linn   Imrn'ttv'Pd   II,   nntl   iht-*  -<9;ili--  nicnt alHO  rcilcci:-    niurh    e-rotllr    on  SVuiUi'ru   t'aniidn   for   the   ma-*asua-ir  ������������i  Hupporl  and ctHdidcnri; which  Inns en  ahled. tho Union  I'-tnl; to inaht- .-xuh ,1  Monti shoAVi'tg.  Best For Coughs & Colds  Minard's gives quick relief for  coughs and .tuld^, grippe, in flu-  torn, t-Lo? >,*.i-aU'i-"!iO J. Kdmond  Poi-ras>' of Vat'bouvg. Si. .b>an  l������ie.. Qw^bnc, is only one of hnn-  (lV<-d"a  Wilt: '."���������"tV'.iiV lv-comnit'iHl  it.  Sh*.* vri*.-*;; as follows:  "Ai'tr-r huvtng trit-d several  sj-rup-s and rubbing lotions t'or  cougli I consider that Minard's  alone gives satisfaction. 1 also  value it for warts', which I hava*.  quickly removed with Minard's,"  MINAKD'S LINIMENT.  MONEY ORDERS  'When  onl>M"j������K  }-oc*cla   by   mall   coul  DomSjtiou  Six tiro .**���������* Monfy Ot-dcr.  JIFFY KNIFE SHARPENER  Strongly  nuul*-.      Tt>n-year guaran-  t������H-.       Mvt-rv  hoiis*1* neds ouv.      Price  52."31".       .V;J.i-ni*--  w.ml������'*������l.       I'rov.-n   l*i-->-  duc'ti".       ���������>">  Victoria  St., Toronto.  FOR INVENTORS  \Va*    ll.'lVC    f-K|i<-ll  ������lHiftt<llli"l������        \vil������a  Willi    tint*    r-i.iu -  1..0...1    li:--. 11.Hiii -,l   .U..i   1 *������������������������. W'������":,..   .  i.,.;iln < i ���������  ttaa.      I;V.-iUlU-rl.     C-������l������     Jila-IMI-i*    "lluVVi|l];|i     fill1  tiiv.-utois nnd oiki.-r.-* wtm ti.-.-.l  sti.lt h.-iv-  L*i'. %A ������"    StSSiO    l-tHHK   JiS1',f    Itli-    >f,.ilvtt.-;    ������������������f  iuchIi-Im  (for one  rlir-itiM  :������.jt������l   jiiih-ia is.-   tit.-  ������������������ICA&W'-fc aRflWa. PATENT ATlOXNEVi  "��������� Ontav.'a.-i. Ont.At io  OVa-R HULr m CBMTUnV RJ-PUTATIOM  Kir, I C PI C"1I**'C ���������"���������tu-*. ran tnb  Uft, Llll_ll.CI1l> *J   LIVKR.KIDNI.V'S  WKJtK MW-illi ������������"UW"-I'."j������1,i,I-,i '- *' ." ..v...  Bx.LEGLERC'8V^AN/EM)A  aivrr *,���������*������ ������ar,t.������*i������������.r  ���������������������������������<���������  I a.-.t-v aiiMtsn.  D-    fl  tC Sflfl  KIDSflt'O V*-ttCTAB_tK  ,1. IX bLtltli O *������BiewTi"iuc������.  '.,>'," l,|l -<������u-f i,:ii"-i.it������ l-ra,. .������������������ ..-i t-f-.n; Ji.  C������������ 1 , |-������ ������ ���������.,. vi-������.l . ���������, ini������������...i-i "- '��������� ��������� . I -.������:>������  ������������ --MS.il Oil. BO *"..l~. :.. ������".'- 1 M r. ,..,, ..-, . i,.w���������_.  UU   HIJ.4.-.M*. ���������   talaf-a. - ��������� S*i- -'���������   >J������������<-i ��������� >-#.  KK_a__:'___^^Sw^j_jiK  sr^lm^!Mm������90i^0Wti0������'*i'm iirg'i;/t*tl^.ii^^Ta'^^i-s^t-.-i-i*.W"^ fMl*aa'ia/4*.*&&<f*t*#rt^4,���������^^*L'^r^> ���������*  PobSaub-Two 1-ton Ford  trucks.  in good shape.    H. S. McCreath.  Anglican CImoi? Services  SUNDAY,  MARCH 2S  CRESTON^  8 and 11 a.nn.  a IT * a. 47 W aWaaa rV _J***|_L_,  FORM f-  __fn _--     -���������_. - ������f  A**W#  Certificate of Improvements  IVOTIG&  -***'' ���������   " " *   ���������~.  Dome Fractional and Tea-Pot Fractional Mineral Claims, situate in the Nelson Mining  Division of Kootenay District. Where h>  cated: On Sheep Creek, about seven miles  rrom SaE������__o.  TAKE NOTICE that I, A. H. Green, acting  as agent f or A. Bremner, -Free Miner's Certificate No_ro420-C, and James Bremner, Free  Miner's Certafleate. No. 69207-C, intend, sixty  days from, the date hereof, to apply lo the Min-  - ingr Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements  for the purpose of obtaining-Crown Giants of  the above claims. -  And further take notice that action, under  section 85, mnft bo commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 28th day of February. 1925.  A. tt.GREEN.  60VERSISEI.T LIQUOR AOT  Noticejtf Application for  and Personal  Dan Spiers was a business visitor at  Nelson a couple of days the fors part  of the week.  POTA.TOE8���������Irish C������)bbler, for seed  oreating, first-class stock. T. Trevel-  yan, Creston.  Pony Fob Sale���������Purebred Shetland  pony, jsaddle and bridle, $50. Apply  A  '**���������"   Couling.  IN.  ... Pbteai* Hay���������  sale. Apply. C.  Farm, ��������� Crest on.  -Portion  Blair,  of stack  for  ^Reclamation  AtPTO Fos.Sas^e���������One of the best  running cars in the Valley. Fred  Way lett, Eriekson. .'���������.---',  Watch for further announcement as  to Methodist Ladies Aid Easter bazaar  to be held next month.  Fob Sale���������-Two White Pekin ducks.  $2; and one White Wyandotte rooster.  R. Stewart, Alice Siding.  Potatoes���������1 have a quantity of  first class potatoes for sale, will do for  seed.    C. O. Rodgers, Creston.  Mrs. F- H. Jackson was a visiter  with Cranbrook friends a couple of  days last week, returning on Saturday.  Rev. J". A. James was a- business  visitor,������t Nelson and Kamloops. during  the past week,   leaving   mi   Thursday  ������������_-������?*-' jutcense  Notice is hereby given that on the  j.jia/11 mi&y of Api-ii nextihe undersigned  intends to apply to the Liquor Control  Board far a licence in respect- o&nrens-  ises being part of the building known  as the Dew Drop Inn situate at South  Slocan, British Columbia, upon the  lands described as Lot 2088, Kaslo  Assessment District, at the intersection of Smoky Creek and the Kootenay River Road.'for the sale of beer by  the glass or by the open bottle for  consumption on the premises.  Dated this 12th day March, 1025.  ANDREW 'WILLIAMSON.  Applicant.  60VERI-JMEMT LIQUOR ACT  Notice of Application for  Beer License  Notice is hereby given that on the  19th day of April, 1925, the undersign  ed intends to apply to.the.Liquor Control Board for a ��������� license in respect of  premises being part of the building to  be known as Boundary Beer Parlors,  situate at Camp Lister, B.C., upon the  lands described as Part Block 20, of  Lot 251. Plan 9*18,: Eootensv District.  Nelson Land Registration District, in  the Province of British Colambia, for  the sale of beer by the elass or by the  open   bottle for consumption on  the  premises.  Dated this 9th day of March, 1925.  F. V. STAPLES, Applicant  SOVERMMEKT LIQUOR ACT  Notice of Application for  Beer License  Notice is hereby given that on or  after the 9th day of April next the  undersigned Intends to apply to the  Liquor Control Board for a license in  respect of premises being part of the  building known as Sirdar Hotel, upon  the lands described as Lot 180 and Lot  181 ��������� in the Subdivision of Lot 9639,  Oroup 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.  Dated this 5th dav of March, 1925.  H. C. HUGHES, Applicant.  GOVERNMENT LIQUOR ACT  Notice of Application far  Beer License  Notice ia hereby given that on the  2nd day of April next the undersigned  Intends to apply to the Liquor Control  Board for a license In respect of premises, being part of the building known  as McConnell HoLel, situated at Kitch  ener, upon the land described as Lot  No. 3 Block No. 3, ������f Lot 2*J4G, Map  088, Kootenay Land Registration District, in the Province of British Columbia, for the sate of heer by the  glass or by the open bottle, for con-  sumption upon the premises.  ,JS-at,���������d   thlB   23,d   (tny  of   February,  LLOYD EIIWIN McOONKGAL,  Applicant.  GuVEHmmEnT LlqUOK AGT  Notice of Application for  Beer License  Notice ii- hereby given that,  23rd   day of April   next,   the  s-igned intend-* to apply   to th<-  <"���������<-i-r.tr'-*! Bonrd for -v, ."������-._.<,.,���������   h-_  on the  undor-  The April meeting of the Presbyterian Ladies' Aid will be held at the  home of Mrs.. Geo. Johnson, afc-3 n.n"i._  Friday, 3rd.  A. Manuel left at xhe end of the  week for Kimberiey, where he is  expecting to be employed for the next  few months.  . R. B. Staples was a business visitor  at Calgary and Vancouver the latter  part of the week, returning on  Wednesday.  Eggs -"Fob- Hatching��������� Purebred  Barred Rocks from Agassiz Farm male-  bird, $1.25-per setting. Mrs. Vaness,  Alice Siding.  For Sai.e���������Badgninton set, including four racquets, tret and shuttlecock,  never been used, going cheap. Apply  Mrs.  Varley, Vicarage, Ci-eston.  Foe*.  ^ Rent���������10 acre    ranch,   seven-  aeres     in     cultivation,      quarter-acre  of onions planted last  full.    House "on  place.    Apply F.   K. Smith, Creston.-  Eggs Fob Hatching���������White  Wyandotte eggs, $1.25 for setting of  15. - White Pekin duck eggs, $1 for  setting of  12.    R. Stewart, Alice Sid-    ������     '  Word has just reached Creston of  the airival of a daughter to Mr. and  Mrs. Fred Ben ham formerly of Ores'  ton, who are now residing near Prince  Albert, Sask.  Milk Goat For Sale���������Grade Tog-  genburg, just freshened, gives about  three quarts daily, hornless, qui**fc and  gentle. Price reasonable. P. G. Ebbutt, Creston.  S.C. "White Leghorns���������Hatching  eggs from high producing hens. Tun-  cred and Sailhamer, etc., cockerels  (250 and 300 egg strains), $1.25 per  setting.    F. Baker,  Camp Lister.  The Ladies* Guild of Christ Church  a hnou nee a silver "tea at the Vicarage  on Saturday, March 28th, faom 3 to  a.SOp.m. "Watch for advettisment of  children's masquerade party after  Easter.  Creston District Conservative Association are having a meeting op Monday  night, March 30th, at Speers* Hall for  the selection of delegates to attend the  West Kootenay nominating convention at Nelson on April 7th.  Advance information concerning the  l925ChHut.auqnit is to the effect that  the opening program rue on May 27th,  will be given by the Calgary Kiddie?,  who made much a tremendous hit at  Chautauqua two years ugo.  Sacrament of the Lord's Supper will  lie dispensed in Ihe Pies, by ter inn  Church. Creston, on Sunday, April  5th, at the morning service. A preparatory service will be held Friday  tvening, April 3rd, at 8 o'clock.  All members of the Women's Institute are asked to be out for* the April  meeting on the 30th, at which the final  vote on the hall question will be taken  and a programme mapped out for the  regular monthly instituto meetings  this year.  ������WANTKD~A    HUSTLER���������RELI.  A.liL.11.���������for mail HubMenptfon iigi'iicy  in this distr let. Whole or part time.  Big corn mission. Do not answer  unless yon mc-in hnsim-Ms. Apply  S^lVlJiX, Glre-ib'tor, THE VAN.  C'OUVEK SUN.  Vancouver, B.C.  , .                 T������������   older     lewid-tnt-i  liquor j ,,���������,),.���������     h    rftf,  u ,,   nmniigHt   fchn  -         .....-......,.,   .���������    . n,..i-jj.-.i,-    u.     ff>lM-t:C i   '���������** "J    "���������..--���������.'.   ���������������������<-  of premises being part of the building | occupancy of the   C.P.R.   depot,   vvhL  known nn Creaton Hotel, situate at  Creston, British Columbia, upon the  lands described nn Lots Now. 1, 2, 3, 4,  5 and 0, Block 20. Lot o25. Group 1,  K.D., Map 603. Nelson Land Kagif-ti-,.  tion District, in the Province of British  Columbia, for tho sale of beer by the  glass or by the open bottle for consumption on the orr-miMf. .  'W"-*| . af     i   m      . yf ar^      m: _��������� *      ya   ������.  .m;,\.t,i',<t.4   OdAin   4.tt.44  4iHy  ,4t   tVlfH'CII,   itt&t.  VICTOR OAHR, Applicant.  dence by Mr. and Mm. It. M. Held,  nvill heur with rogrot of the piiMsirig of  the former',, sunt. Miss Agn������������ Reld,  whose rjeuth occurred at Ott������wa,  Ontario, early thin month, En her 70l,h  yertr, Drceased Wiih u.��������� nccaHiomil  -rialfc<������r nt Crfstonaud ivjim very highly  j. ,.|������f'.,iai������*        iay        l������j(.M������-        tvllfl      |t|������l<t      tltl*  ploiisure <if hi't- acqtiaintiince.  THE  CBSSSOH  BBV^W  I  ator with hi^ily.poljghed  nickel finish sheii, adding  grea.fy to she ippcaxsne  of the car.  New Clutch  Single plate dry disc type  ���������easier, smoother, more  positive, requires no lubri*  cation. Clutch and fly*  Vdieel fully enclosed.  New Assts**  kear axle. _*e������desiga������dt  strengthened and en*  la-rged; gear contact greatly increased: oa@-oiee������_  banjo type housing, rrout  axle strengthened.  "7,Tj^ew Springs  : Semvelliptic chrome van*  adtum steel epringa--'re__'  sprinp undersiung���������Al������a  actite fnb-fieaslona '"  The Roadster  a        ST35  at rartory, Taaes Extra.  S735  ������t_ Factory. Taxes Extra.  "aVU.  a'acuuE  "Longer and stronger* Five  sturdy cross members.  Deep channel steel con*  struction.  New Bodies  Open bodies longer and  roomier; modern full  stream lines; beautiful,  durable upholstery on  deep cushion springs.  Closed models have new  and more beautiful bodies  bv Fisher.  New Finish  Lustrous, durable l>aco������  Open models and Coach  in rich dark blue. Sedan,  aquamarine blue and  black. Coupe Ontario  grey and blue.  The Coupe  i-. $99*k  ������t factory, Taxes Extra  New Motor  Refinements  Improved construction  for carburetor and mania  fold. Extra wide crankshaft bearings. Rocker  artno and .valves enclosed  for better lubrication and  protection from dust  and dirt.  The Sedan-  $HS5  at l������aciory, Taxes Extra.  New Windshields  Closed models have new  type W one-piece wind*  shield with sueoaVaSatBc  windshield wiper.  Open  models wkh new pattern  very low bottom windshield, rubber weather  stripped.  The CtMWi. ....  311015  at Factory, Taxes Extra.  aff iffla*. j^ffi ^m^tWwJS^^nT   tftrmW.IT ^im^ mllmW mmm-'   ���������%WJ-^FAWaW mm*      kw0^\^l ^M ^|_^_-a������������������l���������l-fta* tt|M  ^HSS_Lt_!ii_r ii^L ^_S_____r .iiWS^*rt������ifi*!a^y __K__T 6_������9[___^____F I  *iipiia*a~i_ii������   ">MnHP   ->iajgH^-������- HJIIWMl.jjS_EBP^    SOT ll_'^*|fflp������a~-  flHf ^jttj^fgy   j_^S__a^M__i_ tgB$r$S& ^ESTjESi  __!������_?__ J^SM      _fl(______^J____f    ESS Wa_���������lf_S_a_r   I  ^QBV^W     ^Il^BSl   mmmW ^BiHIliTlF7  if.  ^  'W


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