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Creston Review Jan 30, 1920

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 t.   ��������� m        \    '.  Vol. XI.  ���������mEjjlj���������lMJLJ -  HWBBW1  CKESTON,  G.  FBXBAY,  T A TSJTT A  !>��������� xjljU-������ vy xji  Xlx  on-  -jv,  I9f  .No. 50  ���������alospitaiuy ^howii  Brings Big Boost  Cranbrook Courier.  ���������The annual meeting of the Creston  hoard of trade was held Tuesday evening in Speers' hall, when about forty  were present, including a number  from Cranbrook and a representative  from Nelson in the person of Mr. Fred  StarkeyT Those from Cranbrook were  G. J. Spreull, president of the Cranbrook Board*of Trade; J. P. Fink, representing the Cranbrook District Auto  Association; F. M. MacPherson and R.  E. Beattie. Following the regular business and election of officers a banquet was tendered the visitors. The  arrangements were in charge of the  Creston Women's Institute, who surpassed ail previous attempts.  There was a warmth in the greeting  extended Cranbrook visitors to Creston which will endure for some considerable time. If is pretty generally  recognized that Creston is a city with  a future and will in due course become  one of tine big financial and industrial-  centres of the Kootenay country. At  present it has all the earmarks of  experiencing a boom= .Financially the  ranchers are better off this year than  ever. Good crops and favorable market conditions are putting every frtlit  raiser in the Creston Valley on his  feet. And by the way, Creston fruit  should be asked for in preference to  any other fruit. As builders of this  section we are in duty bound to eat-  more of the luscious jCreston fruit.  The Courier recently received, a box  of apples* through the Creston board  of trade, sent "but by its wide-awake  secretary, C. F. Hayes, of ~b.e Creston  Review. ;The Creston fruit is the best  flavored, ibest keeping and best colored  fruit that e^mes ftitb. the Cranbrook  '-market?^ :\f'':^^  The surprise of the banquet was F.  M.    MaePherson.    His    subject   was.  "Transportation".    "Frank MacPherson  is what might be termed a long-distance orator, that is, he conserves .all  his good things for far-away delivery.  A note from Creston to the Courier  yesterday said that Mac's subject was  very ably handled.    His address was  a masterly one and showed a know.-  Iedge of the intricacies of the  whole  problem of transportation.   J. P. Fink,  another live wire in publicity work,  spoke on  behalf of the  Automobile  association,   expounding    the  results  thus far obtained  from tourist trade  and dealing with the    big    publicity  campaign now under way hy Fernie,  Windermere and Cranbrook.    He urged the Creston people to take advantage  of this  scheme  and . unite v.-ith"  the   towns   along   the   Crow.     President Spreull dwelt along the lines   of  closer co-operation with the residents  of the  Creston valley,     fie felt quite  at home in the valley where thc big  red   apples  grow.    He  complimented  the citizens on  thoir progressive methods, their hospitality ar.'l thoir Wo-  men's  Institute  for  serving  the  beat  meal ho ever ate in his wholo earner.  Mr. Spreull extended an invitation to  the   Creston   hoard   of  trade  to  come  to   Cranbrook,   whore   they  wouhl   be  ���������jrlven the time of their lives.    Ho said  eliiiiiij', thi: next. }ri|������rinK ho would eagerly  look  for a big delegation  of live  wires to nwurm into Cranbrook.    ft. IS.  Bcnttle, the 24-hour booster for   East  ivniM.i.ui.iy,    who    is    no    mruiii'.cr     to  Civfjton,   was   like   Mr.   Spreull,   very  much   at   homo,   having   visited   Creston   limn  aud   again.     He  painted    a  beautiful   picture  of   Crouton   in    thc  v.r::>.   i'ov.-   y(?...-.,.     The*   ..oldiui    l.~LLP-  inent at Camp Lister, which wan doing  woiider.s iu land clearing and building  operaf.lomi,  ineaiui   much   to  the mnlc-  iiH' of Ovev-t'in a hive of h'du.'.f rifil act-  ivily.   lie advocated a development of  the' community spirit with Cranbrook.  ���������"re-ifon,   with   iti   slyly  enr    owner'';,  lioiirn   'Iiul    lie   honed    lei      see      them  swoop down on  this city  in  the  very  near  future.  In   I lie   <'lesion   Valley   anel   fmiile'iH-  ale'   vicinity  tlu'iv a iv about   '.Till ft  ivsl-  eii'inn  uiiei   liiei diniricf in   la.-u   Miuiiinc  ,.,i        .;11,. i. ir������    a,.,    ,-,, a,,,...,..,...    .. e    . i, ,  Knoto-my   Kbit a   al    that    point    prove  11 -.1. 11 in *,   .nil    I in  i >���������    I >   i"> i-i y    ii*, e -ui 11    eel  believe it will. Creston will lead all  other   cities   in  Bast  or West  Koot-  far*! 2-5 **������������������*' *���������*���������       -xtxr.      +T-*-*<S      *x"\xxxx*x4-*>       i *���������     V. *x r-t        +-&T*  *2~.~~XJf . it      1XCX.~~      l-U-C      V-l**J-*C+i*C'|      J. I,     XJ.CXC7        tllU  soil, it Jias the brawn and sinew and  above everything else it has the boosters to show to the outside" world the  products of the famed valley. There  are no dead ones in'the Creston valley, outside of the cemetery.  Favor Municioa!  A  Government Here  Th^ Co-Onerative  Library Project  T~^8tfSiiS*BS ~V3������&t  Creston school hoard met on Jan. 19  with all members present. Minutes of  previous meeting were adopted as  read.  Staples���������Jackson���������That the following accounts be paid : Creston Hardware Co,, $6.20; Creston Drug & Book  Co., $27.05; H. S. McCreath, $44.41.���������  Carried.  Staples���������Jackson���������That secretary order .equipment as. requested by Principal Smith.���������Carried.  Staples Jackson-:���������That   secretary  renew existing insurance policies.���������  Carried.    Meeting then adjourned.  BmS&fei*  . Moving shacks is the order of the  day here since the heavy fall of snow.  About two   a day are  being moved to  ���������������-v <i ���������*���������������*-*��������������� **rl ���������**-������ f     \a-*  C. B. Twiggs, B-S.A., gave an interesting ^ecture here on Wednesday  evening,  with  about fifty  in  attend-  Ureston tsoaraor iraae inaugurated  its 1920 sessions with a sort of informal  meeting on Monday night, called for  the express purpose of deciding whether tbe board would hook up with  Cranbrook, Fernie, Windermere and  Golden in the expense of issuing and  preparing a pamphlet^for international circulation in an effort to attract  tourists to see the Canadian Rockies  and Bjuiff by way of Creston and the  other towns in the case of traffic  originating south or west, or by reverse process-With traffic originating  north and east. ^  There was a fine attendance, President Constable, who was in charge,  having an audience of seventeen members in/addition to himself. This item  of business was fully threshed out.  All were agreed that the cost of the  project (.-8150 for four pages in a booklet of 10,000 circulation) was a mighty  fine iti vestment, provided the roads  east of here, particularly, were put in  reasonably good shape for auto traffic.  On the matter of highways it was  pointed out that so far as grades are  concerned the road east is in good  shape, the only work being required  now was the right finish-.up to the  new work, as well as some needed repairs on the older stretches. In this  connection it has been learned that  assurance    has   been ^given    by   thes,  this year, the foremost of which���������  judging by the extended expression of  opinion���������is the very great need of  erecting the Valley into a rural municipality. All were agreed that it was  high time the Valley looked after its  own management, some of the canny  ones, however, not wishing to comit  themselves too solidly to the undertaking until the cost of operating such  a municipaliey were ascertained. A  motion that the board going on record  as fayoring such organization drew  forth an amendment suggesting that  haste be made slowly, both of which  were withdrawn in favor of the following, which went through without a  dissenting voice;  "Whereas tbis Board is of the opinion that many of the residents of this  free of cost> and he wiI1 iSSUe a certi-  distiict   consider   that   the  time has' ficate of incorporation,  arrived   when   it may be in the  bestj     Within thirty days of the issue of  interests of this district to incorporate!this certificate, call a public meeting  as   a   rural   municinality.     Resolved. I ?f thf Association and electa library  ... .tl_      * ,   .; .     ,        ,      ' i noard wmen will consist of five mem-  that a. committee   of   this   board   to!  Briefly stated the Co-Operatiye  Library organization, as outlined  by J, W. Hamilton at Monday  night's Board of Trade meeting, is  as follows:  1.���������Getting signatures to the Declaration required under the ��������� Library Act.  The law requires only ten, but it is  best to get as many as possible of  those who will become members.  2.���������Sending the signed Declaration  to the Library Commission in Victoria.  They will have it registered by the  Registrar  of  Joint  Stock  Companies,  hers, and will serve for one year,  meet   representative   committees   of j     This Library Board will then:���������De  other associations  in  the  district to' cide on  the financial    policy,    what  meeting     being  schoolhouse.  scheduled    for    the  anee.    Next Wednesday even'ng  Mr  Twiggs  subject will   be   Potatoes,thei works -department'-that  undoubtedly  Col. Davies, D.S.O., the well-known  commander  of the 44th Battalion,  is  here on a few days'business.  ������.  Capl.   Rowburry   bas    arrived    in  camp  and   will take ; thi?   position of  sripi^-rt^  ment, Board.  ; Hitrr'jrBrown has bought a teani of  horses, avhich he will use in the clearing of his land.  Col, Davies. D.S-O.y gaye an interesting let-lure ,������n the land settlement  work in the cookhouse on Sunday  morning. Practically all tbe settlers  were present.  The local entertainment committee  staged an enjoyable dance in the recreation ball on Friday flight last, with  tbe Creston orchestra in attendance.  A good number turned out from Canyon Erickson and town. Supper was  served in the dining hall. /���������  Another soldier fanner urrived on  Tuesday, when the stork left a son  with Mr. and Mrs. Beard.  R^B-t.-VSp&n  Mis. II. B. Downs returned the latter part nf the week from Cranbrook,  where she hud been vi*-*ilit.g friends  for a few days,  Miss Telford left last week on a  short visit with friends at coast points.  J. 11. Palmer of Ti eheriie, Man., i.s a  visitor lu-re at present, with bis parent h, Mr. and Mrs. M, II. .Palmer.  I'h-iekson town properly is changing  bands these days, a notable sale being  made last week when W. VV. Hall  disposed of the hotel property, which  includes an acre ol ground, to Mike  McCarthy of Creston. Mr. Hall is  building a house on Ihe five-acre  ranch he has here.  the road between Creston and Cran  brook would receive the needed attention this year, while the road at least  as far as Sirdar wiii. aiso be similarly  taken care of. The matter being put  to the meetirig the vote was unanimous to'the. Begird participating, and  Messrs.'Mallandaine and Hayes were  ITi-tffo ed ii elSg'jefps,* to' a tier! da meeting  at Fernie next week--.when the'..'finishing, touches will be put on the scheme.  In connection with the cost of Ores-  ton's share of the pamphlet the Auto  Club will be asked to defray part of.  the cost, if possible.  The co-opera ti ye library proposition,  as presented by Miss Stewart, the  provincial libraries organizer, was introduced by J. VV. Hamilton, who  stated in some detail the modus operandi of launching' the project, along  with thy;, initial cost for a library of  400 books, wiiii'-h.can be changed as  often a--, desired - ffom the central library for Kootenay, which, will be  located at Nelson. Everyone heartily  approved of the library, and Messrs.  Hamilton and Crompton were named a  committee from the board to work  with other committees which the  Women's Institute, United Farmers  and school trustees will be asked to  name. r--  Varipus matters Were advocated as  being worthy of the board's attention  ascertain wnether it is advisable or  otherwise, in the best interests of this  district to so incorporate."  The only new resolution that will be  submitted ai the Associated Boards of  Trade convention at Trail next week  will be one along the line of that passed at tue Nelson business men's banquet last fall dealing with Reclamation; asking that the lands be turned  over"to the Dominion government for  drainage under the terms of-the Soldier , Settlement Act. In connection  with this convention C. B. Garland  was chosen delegate in "place of S. A.  Speers, .who will be unable to get  away.    -  The  committee-  submitted  a   ������t.������t  iiiuuB   -.v"iii   uc  available,  ho w  raised,  and  what proportion of such    funds  will  be used  for    maintenance    and  what for hook service.    They will also  decide as  to  whether a part of  the  funds will be raised by assessment:  They will make rules and regulations  for   the  local   library,   including   suitable arrangements for housing and administering the books.  The Board can then make arrangements to join in with the Kootenay Cooperative Library system,    with    its  centre at Nelson.  To do this, the Board makes a legal  contract with the co-operative system  agreeing to' pay a certain sum of money in return for -Which certain definite  library service will he supplied.  Por example: If Creston agreed to  pay $200 for one year, the cooperative  ���������*~" : system would give service somewhat  ment  of expense in   connection   with;as follows:���������  tht annual banquet, and the members  of the board will lie asked to pay tbe  cost pro rata. The banquet committee  was* tendered the board's thaeks for  the splendid Avay they . handled "-'the':  function.  m-m-mW^m  M r,  el  Hi ifi'ii- On   .Tan. 'PJtl.h, to  Mrs, Ceo. Leadhcat.er, it hod.  The first in these parts to purchase  a lie-w auto i-; Billy Long, who bus secured a -.ie..-.- 1020 model Chcvtv.h't,  fron*. the Kinlirci' garage ut Creston.  Alex Duperry, who has been on an  extended holiday trip lo coast, cities,  ri*i i M-i ii"������ i  ii'Miie-   i:i*-i   week.  the Second of  a Series of  fl  The musical concerfrt-lnat everybody  *. nAr.; *. *.  has been waiting for?jfe announced for  Tuesday night next at tbe Peekin  theatre���������the second of the series of  entertainments under the direction of  the Creston Concert Orchestra. There  is a complete change of programme as  compared with the~"ironcert put ou  during Christmas week, although four  of the artists who upp-eui-ed on that,  occasion will again favor with their  services. The talent appearing on the  3rd is as folhiws: Mrs. Fred Lister,  violin; Mrs. C. B. Garland, piano;  Capt. Crompton, tenor; R. B. Staples,  baritone; Mr. Walter Hall, guitar,  and J. K. Chorlton, 'cello. Tlie utmost eare has been exercised in choosing tlie different numbers and those  in charge assure that an evening of  music that will amply satisfy tbe various tastes in that regard will be' pro-  vided.     All   seats   are    reserved   at   75  ^Establish in Creston   a  Branch  b\) the  (gweeini  at the  Library containing aoout 400 volumes.  2.���������These volumes to be selected by  a professional librarian who would  first; coss-e^to Creston and get irr touch  with the interests of the people so  that the books might be of the greatest interest and service.  3.���������Local Board to have the right to  exchange this collection of 400 hooks,  in whole or in part, every two, or three  of four months, so that the readers of  Creston would be assured a constant  supply of fresh hooks.  4.x-���������In addition, if any Crestou reader wished a special book, or books on  any special subject  the reader could  put in at any time a request for such  special   book,  and   the  local    library  would collect all such requests every  week or fortnight, and forward them  to    the    centre    of    the    Co-operative  scheme   and   they   would   there     fill  these requests ami  have    the    hooks  sent through at once,   if   such    were  available.    (The    Cooperative    centre  would probably start with a stock of  from G000 to 7000 volumes).    Postage  on those special requests paid by the  local library.  5.���������If volume or volumes requested  not available in the cooperative centre  the requests would be forwarded to  the Provincial Library in Victoria.  This library bus a general collection  o������ from 'iO.uOO to 30,000 volumes .of  well selected books on all subjects,  toward the maintenance of which the  people of B. C. have for some years  been paying taxes. It. Is now tho in-  cents, with the plan at the postoftlce j tention  of the  Commission    to    give  these tax-payers a direct return on  their investment, In the way above  mentioned, and in other ways through  the cooperative system.  6.���������As a part of the cooperative system, special arrangements are heltiK  made to make available the best bnoks  po'-'iihle for the help of teach era in  their educative work, aud for tho use  of children both ior their own general  reading und as a help with lessons.  to-morrow.     A  popular prices.  mit-H it.  people s    concert   ut  You'll tie soirv if von  11009/&48<&**.?*? ���������$g*Q!?ixf*xf*'  I  Dan, just, out of college,, has JSli.UOO,  000 his father had ern.shsd out of poor j  i,i....r>   o;,i.,     I,.,I.      I,.     ,.:....    <i '  ��������� |,,,,|'   uiiri . rr ������. ...    . . i       . r  ,       -.���������',.I-..   1^.^       | I . r . , ,  .    .  The old mnn died and Dan revived tn j  return   file  money to  those who had I  suffered,      liis friends showed ban  by !  llgures that, n-slitiition was impossible *  bu!   Dan   wen!   ..ln*.ul.    lie,v.* '.,���������   ..,,,.. ,  ce'Ceh'el is teilel il) Ilu* "Unklieiwu Qti.il*-  |,it,v," l he Coriuin- (������riOil h pint ure t hut, >  will be seen at flu* Peekin on Saturday  ni;-;hf.     Tie-   pii-fure   i"   ���������ubip'i-d   fnivi  the   famous   O.   Ibury   slury   of   lhe>  same name and shows that   wbe're llg. '  ore"* fail, that    *���������!ei-ei\*i���������   anil iMy*-*te'i*ii!ii'.  |  ICrh-l'soii  baii a whist, club this win-i  Iir, i-mbrai -ing   half a doze-n   familie.-i, ; (^-?  at    whose    hoine*-*,   weekly   sessions   at  curel- an-  held.  W.    C.     L.!!.<*j.rl,.*  ->:'   play.'*-.,   p.eitii  e il   t lie'   se'ii.-MMi   e in  \)r.\   '.\.HOtWN'-|      '.'*'"   H'V    'S     rx.ru,sr.^  ii  ��������� I.,,   i , e*    i H *.-  * 11111 l n e \    lie  ������!!���������-   e*.u:'|.*    I.  Last   we'rk's heist, was  ..I    ���������.'.I.i. !,   fly.' fable*.*,  l,,,i ii <!.     .', t    t In   i tn!  e'\ pel I ���������-   iii"   lhe*.   .lull  i <i    im*    e n ill iiii.i I \    i ui l ll  l*  'I   iti   ;i    Valle-y   e*h;i lllpioi i  H.30 (j. hi. Prompt  F^friifrnm  tlf I .<ilt*-if Ptststtldtr   'Snttrtu  . r -r  t (  and insiiuiucniai Selections.  Aii r't'oi? fi'-'.cn'cdj  /'v.  alone eaii solve   the*   j'i'e'.il problems "f  life.    .I list  what,  X   really is mine evil  doubt after seeing Mis.-- ("i illll li, whose  hate-wan  changed   lei   nlVeii i.<n under  its influence.  A.*,   r'll.ll  V     llnVlll-,    I 111        I'lllll'll       ei.iivi*r.i  il,iH|_,iil ii , sin* In... .i lull ill i i i*iiu-ii-i-  r.-.'j. :l.jvpe;il eliil ���������*��������� '-hihii irleel bv' :i  si,roil!*;  i'.isi.   i ne*i nu i iij-,   imiiiiU'V   ������������eii������i-  niiGC Siding  Alice- Siding last week  parted eom-  ,     , ���������. i r   ���������,        * ,    1    . r-  (��������� fc.     ������������|...   .....    ������,*   ....    ...  .,i ��������� rv ���������������' I .. .1   I.mn  lie-s iii  the* departure of  Mr. and   Mr.-.  \Y. A. Pease, ami family for their new  home em Lulu !*dund, near Viiiicemvci*,  Mr    '.i'i! Mi-. P*":-* " -���������-*������������������!"/"���������! ]'..-. ��������� ������������������'���������.:!���������������������������  t welvr vizirs age>, local inv; on a lo������ge-il  eelf twenty-acre  tract   which   they   de-  \ ,.)i.in.,)   info one   of (be* be.-t    proper  . ���������      ���������     . i ��������� . ��������� -i      ������ ���������   ,   .  iv soM ������o I, M-Millf I ie I' ,*! pi ie-e Ib'i'  f.eilly We'll I e ileiluil >e ij them foi t he*  pii'ln-i-l* .mil I.iter d.������\'s ill'oil-, spe'iil  on it. Mi. anel Mrs. Pease- prove el  lhi'iii*-'*l\ ������������������ -. rx I ypi* e>f a 11-ron nel cit i/e'ie,  *.;"*,ii.i ,in . .-iiHu.iiiil \  e'liii luiie  I Ir     I ��������� i ,   -l I. I I    .ii.,   peie     ll|    (.in*     \   a i -  '���������    - ir.ri'-. .*!*-,*     fi*|;*:i*t'������������������     tle-ii*   dr.  p.ii tun*.      iii"    io-\*iu     joins    with    ,i  io  i i ������������������  l.*v  I   no  \ i*  nn.   I!.  I'll ,1   Pu  I),e\i*ii|  orl.    .lack    L'i.  .'1    .1     .-    I.     M,    l.r      ,  L'-V. ,l\  ���������t  ,f    f: i.*.el*  ���������!-, iir,  ;ln  r*ll -VJttm     REVIEW,     OBESTCMf*     Ht.  L       Tj  - V.  Every Girl Who  Earns Her Living  lea  This!  guarded," said Miss Elliot. "Turkish  harem life is not what mosf people  suppose, Mr. Ruggles���������that *���������*-���������., nowadays. But I'm afraid tha* Roxana  is going to be a handful. Sometimes  she makes me feel as though I were  training    a sleepy,    well-fed    lioness  ��������� which    had    not    yet    learned    the  Very  complex in   her  physical   re-| strength in-her teeth and claws."  Jationi   to life,    disease    early seizes*.  'Well'    said   Ruggles,  "with     her  ���������upon the woman    who    works,    and.������������*^ and   education   and   a   million  ���������she must   therefore   guard   jealously  anything that would tend to destroy  her vitality or health.  Probably nothing   is   of   more service  than Dr.  Hamilton's   Pills,  and |  every girl and   woman    can    employ | , .    ���������       -. - ,   ��������� x,        .  , t  this grand    remedy with     gratifying' *?<->   ab������u*  ������   to   find   them   the  right  1 sort  of  husbands.  "I've been thinking about that, too,"  said Ruggles. "When I reach Paris  I'll   see   Mr.   Falconer,   that   I   spoke  everybody.  don't believe we  and Emilio, thc late Hamid Pasha's j  Italian chef, Rugglcs landed at Marseilles and took the train for Paris.  It was in early June and the gay capital was at its most brilliant season.  Ruggles went directly to the Carlton, to which hotel hc had telegraphed  for accommodation for himself and  two menservants. Thence his first  move was to call at the banking house  which was the Paris correspondent of  trancs aot. i oont oeuevc wc II" have j that which had for many years goy_  her very  long  on our hands.   -We'll Jerned  the  affairs of  the late   rlamid  get her safely married and after that  it'll be u^i to her husband.''  'What is  troubling me,"   Miss  E1-'  Hot answered, "is just how we are to  results.  As a system tonic and blood renovator, uo treatment gives such rc-  eults.  For maintaining good digestion and ,  healthy  appetite,  it  is   imoossible   to   ������?n}}c���������*ri    an^    knows     <  equal  Dr.  Hamilton's  Pills. ''ile'li neip us,  i Know; introduce the  sallow      complexion      is j girls   to   some   nice   People   and   get  to    a    healthy, ruddy glow, j tbem invitations and all that.      Then   4.L-      ~Li Ji....  ctUUUl    LUC   *Jtu*vi    virajr  equal  Ducky,  changed  which proves that Dr. Hamilton's  Pills circulate blood that is rich and  nourishing.  Weak organs are filled with new  life and vitality; weakness, irregularities and the common ills are prevented.  When you feel poorly, when the  head aches, back feels lame, and a  drowsy, tired feeling creeps through  that tells of the need of Dr. ���������  HOW TO "BE FIT" AT SIXTY  BY DE. LEE HERBERT SMITH.  _ As our boys "came march  's?  Sue home," they brought a certain red-blooded doctrine, and  showed us the glory of a perfect  body. They "vvill show us how  you  Hamilton's  Pills;  try them.  Sold in yellow boxes, 25c.  er  -R-"*������ ��������������� H "B ���������  H'li 1  **r*f ���������  C1���������  ��������� BY ���������  HENRY G. ROWLAND  %=  Copyrighted. Printed by special  arrangement with Thos. Allen,  Toronto.  (Continued.)  Pembroke has offered to give me some  letters to friends of his. With two  such backers as Mr. Falconer and  Lord Pembroke, we can't go wrong."  "So it seems to me," Miss .b-lliot  replied. "Then I can get some letters, too, from the superintendent of  Robert College."  "How long have you "been out  here?" Ruggles asked.  "Nearly four years. During my  senior year at Vassar there was a  competitive examination to fill a vac-  cancy on the staff of teachers at  i Robert and I was fortunate enough  to win it. Girls tried for it from several of our American colleges. What  helped me was that I'd taken an elective course in Oriental languages and  had chosen. Arabic, because at that  time I was engaged to be married to  O     m*!iu     urn A     %x**x&     i ������������������������*      *-I->*-*     s* sx rx c* ii I ���������������-������ *f     C-cs^xt ���������  Tm,       x X x\.x x X. -***���������-%���������* ������>   C* r_>        IU tllVr        C V l< -J*vlrlUl OV<     *  ,ice and stationed at at���������at���������on the  Barbary Coast���������." Her color heightened.  "Really?" Ruggles shot her a curious look and asked, bluntly: -"'Why  didn't you get married?"  Miss   Elliot  pushed out her square  little   chin'..    "He     jilted     me,"     she  answered,   looking   straight   in   front  rich  American  girl he  when he was on his  way back to America to marry me.''  Ruggles     stopped  short and  stood  JJJ ; of her, "for a r:  ~Sy   imet on  the ship  These two damsels, nothing loath, \iol,Ta���������moment leaning onhis stick,  sprang to their feet and passed in re-J Then all I can say is that he  view, though not with the majestic! couldn t hi -e been.much loss,' he  grace-of their companion. Bulbul .answered slowly. All the same, its  stifled a little giggle and turned away .pretty tough. I ve been up against  her pretty, soft-featured face. Rosa, | something a good deal the same sort  - -   -     v,   v,erjlhere was a girl m   Pans I  thought  Pasha, and establish his identity; no  difficult task, the necessary papers  and signatures having been already  forwarded. Ruggles was amazed to  discover how very easily everything  is managed for a millionaire.  His next step was to visit an automobile palace on the Avenue des  Champs Elysees, where he explained  his immediate need of a large, six-  cylinder limousine car of the latest  vintage, to bc delivered immediately  and paid for in cash. This want was  supplied as though hc had rubbed  Aladdin's lamp with the ring. A capable chauffeur came tumbling down  from the blue, lauding on the driver's  seat so-gently as not to break an egg.  Ruggie's knowledge of motors, chassis and carrosscrics was precisely the  same as it was of locomotives. He  had seen a great many of both pass  at varying rates of speed. When asked if he might not prefer to order the  chassis and havc the earrosserie constructed to his taste, he answered that  his needs were pressing and that the  show car in the window looked perfectly good to him.  But  hotel  people    and    merchants  were a bit too clever when they came,  to stencil Rugglcs as the crown prince j  of some American pork, pastry or pic-;  kle king.    Just when  thcy thought to  havc  "got   his  number"   (as   Ruggles  would have expressed it) came, Mustapha in sober black and a fez.   "You  are tired, effendi," quoth he, "it is time  to rest."    Ruggles allowed himself to  bc guided by this faithfu!_ servant, for  a verv little exhausted him.  Hc wrote to Mr. Falconer asking  for permission to call upon him, and  received a kindly note making an appointment. In it Mr. Falconer s?id  he had received a letter from Pembroke telling him of the manner in  which Ruggles had distinguished himself and of his change of fortune. He  congratulated Rugglcs most warmly,  and expressed himself as inpatient to  hear more of the details from, his own  lips.  (To  bc  Continued.)  _ to "keep fit," even if we have  #//itm^i passed middle life and are^be-  \\w:iU til?��������� "   Jt-Ul  -���������Xxrv.  bJU*o  S.illlwvraiiiiil/   tne urea ousmess man,  man who feels the daily grind  and the nightly fag, has meager  appetite, headaches, nerves  unstrung, is gloomy, ending in  a soggy brain, try the right  way. Get out of bed, open the  window, breathe deeply, exer  cise the army "setting-up"  exercise or use dumb bells*  until in a warm glow.  Before breakfast take hot  water, and occasionally castor  oil or a pleasant-laxative made  up of May-apple, aloin, jalap, and sold by all druggists as  ut. jrierce s neasant renews.  As Prof, Strauss says, "The excretion of uric acid we  are able to effect by exciting diuresis." Drink copiously of  soft rain or distilled water, six or eight glasses per day, hot  water before meals, and obtain Anuric Tablets, doable  Biaeugih, for 60 cts., at the nearest drag store and tai  them three times a day.   If you want a trial package send  10 cents to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y.  "Anuric" (anti-uric-acid) is the recent discovery of  Dr. Pierce and is much more potent than lithia, for it wiii  dissolve uric acid as hot tea dissolves suear-  Aiiens in Salmon Fisheries  p jgjy pa -m m^ rn is Tn n* rg  recovered   from   her (.-mere was a gin  m   rans  1   uiougiit   ������������������ f,.,-,��������� ti,r, ,*���������-._ 1 an   awful   lot  about   who   turned   me  idown when she found out that  who   had   quite  wave 01 emotion, sprang  van.  "I shall show mine, too," she cried  eagerly, and began to march up and  down, so trying to imitate Roxana  that thc others, even to the fair Caucasian, burst into peals of lau^Jat-r,  Rosa did not seem to mind.    "Ss  not  pretty,   Ruggles   Effendi?"  "It certainly is," Ruggles answered  heartily,   "just   like   the     young  lady j  He looked at Miss i  *Ss it  i wa������  selling shoes for a living. I hadn't  told her just what my job was because I was expecting every day to  get the managership of the company's  Vienna business. But even if I had  it wouldn't have made any difference.  Why, you'd thought from the way she  talked that the shoe business was  worse  than   running a  dive.     Believe  A,f*ecc    P*U-"o**     J    11 pup.'  German Trade-Resumed.  The Fraser River Fishermen's Protective Association has passed a resolution   demanding   that   the, salmon  fisheries  of   British  Columbia be   reserved  for   white  men   and   Indians. I  Thc resolution would restrict the fisheries to British subjects on the voters'  i list   and   Canadian-Indians,   whether  1 British-born or naturalized.      Nearly  j 50 per cent, of the fishermen are Jap  anese,  and   they  number   among   the |  The United States and Great Britain  most expert saimon    fishers    in    the'1  nave   ti   Ll clUlUg  IC.    ivilS  that's wearing it."    He looked at Miss I :Q[t  Jn   .",,  my fa     Thtnf%s^H ������  Elhot.   "My. hut won t they make the !ithnt    wst*n.f J,e.nfWty.\v     thr    rnn-ma-���������  Avenue du   Bois sit up!'     .       I turned, me down and  gave  the  man-  skunk that pretended to  Too much so, I m afraid,    she an- L        hip to a  vereu    witn   a   ratner  troubled   f;^; ' be my friend,  Must we veil our faces in Pans?   I tjme \Q  ^0  n  ucavy    nduing    wie.ii 1 provincc.     The   government   is   pi;e  Germany   since   the   signing   of   the|pared  to prevent aliens participating  armistice. Exports from United States !-in the industry, but hundreds of the  to Germany for thc first 10 months, of j japanese are naturalized.  J the year totaled $52,420,095. and im-J .,. .   .. _���������  ports from Germany $4,914,787. Great i ������������������-���������-���������..������������������^���������������������������������������������^���������'������������������������������������.������������������-���������������������������o������������--������..OMe������e~������.M^eMi������  Britain, from the signing of thc armi-   \      ~ .   ,.,   .     ,.       .  stice to October 31, exported to Ger-j f   SUfe !   U\-Vf\   \lBB\S  many goods valued at more than $80,-'  000,000, and   received    imports    from  Germany valued at $1,087,000. ~"  swereu.   witn   a   vainer   irouun-u   mcc. -he, mv friend> but was workii.g all the  me out  of  a job.    That  ivoxaiui asicea. !put me all oft"���������and I went around   to  ���������Not unless  you  attract  too  much   the shop and made a fool of mysci,.  attention, _ said   Miss   Elliot. Lor(j Pembroke saw it all and stood  ' Hints it,    said Rugglcs       If peo--nv nic and brought mc out here with  pic  stare,  you   must act like you did   him."  not  notice  them." j     mjss  Elliot listened to  this confes-  Roxana looked rather pensive. Miss i sion vvith the deepest interest. She  Elliot ordered tea. and the awe in- had often wondered just what train  spired by Ruggles being by this time 0f circumstances had brought Rugg'.cs  entirely overcome, all were soon chat-: out to the Orient; also, who and what  ting most naturally. The young man hc really was. She had wondered also  it difficult to believe that he how it happened that hc spoke such  eing   on ten-Lined   in   a   Turkish   good  French, for during his delirium  Rosewood and mahogany are so  common in Mexico that copper mines  arc timbered with rosewood, and mahogany, is used for locomotive fuel.  tout  P.  '.-���������.���������as  b  h-ir.  ���������in  he  TO ?  han  I; - ��������� ';  i'l .-i  :;. , '  rr!  c----  h.::r  L-J.  At   thc   end   of half  an   hour  to :;-.'������������������:<'��������� his leave, shaking  ith each in turn. Rox.'ina's  ger-tips felt cold as they  : r*. ir.onient in his palm. This  y w?.< a novel experience* to  ;.*.-. aki������������������-.'���������.:d odd emotions. At  ki.i,���������i,.-   u.iiii ij  ii.;   Mi?,.-.   El-  el  walking as far as  ho ;tsk<-el. "There  .:���������;  I'd like to  l:dk  an   instant,   then  ;.',irl-;   to  procccel  .!������������������   v. ':ii.  iiut  \-, ith  he   end   of   a  ,e  fc  in;  !;-'ii!lli.:-:  i -.',  .', i j  tri'i   t  zzz  i *. I ' i ' i  li*.������  ,, >(r  ..id  ���������     Jl  '  :i\t'ii: '  -i;.i.  ,'ili -.'.V 'I''  'I  ���������-I.u-    I'm  '.j.Ol.*     ',,.  me   v(*-���������;>*  tO 11 -'i v il.;.  bii* :���������"��������� .'���������'���������  I'.i.V  m;ik  "<.)  ^Ie*in;  f.iin';  t-.V-y  Mired!  i*i ���������]*  .* iniiin  did  that  r  ,1,.  Ill: e 1  '      I I'  ll  me-riii it," slic  -.v-piti'lii-'i voie-c,  io   lln  . j.::   \r ;���������* ��������� i ���������: ��������� ii ���������*������������������ inii  r , .1  I      III       1 I I  1 I        . 1 I    I     I . -  i  O | | I r    | |  ;m; t lioii: - ov ���������-. i inh d ,  rri,,,*r thlili  mt    1    inn ,'  Ml  I--  iUI  I 1  il  ll I  ,tl  Ruggles  had babbled steadily in  this  tongue of a certain Ruth, the gist of  his incoherent discourse being apparently an  anxiety lest she think ill  of  him   for his  having  got  mixed up  in  some  sort of a brawl.  j     "Once  or   twice   in   your  fever  you  ; iii-uiiticmo.fi  a  girl   named   Ruth,"   said  ! Miss   Elliot,  watching  him  narrowly.  i Tli���������* suchhm glow of emotion  in  Ruggles'   face   die!   not   escape   her.  1     "Oh,   that'-*,   not   the   onc,"   he  -ins-  ��������� wcred   'inicY.y.        "That   -was     Ruth  Downing, the* daughter of our president of the  Walkeasy Shoe Company"  ��������� Ruy*;-.'Us .ifill used unconsciously the  plural   i>ossc:sive   in   speaking   of   the.  (company.    "Let  me.   tell     you,     Miss  ��������� i Elliot, when she was m.-ule, thcy only  .. j turned out ijiic model and then broke  tile-   mould.     rioiK'.s11y,   i   eioie'i  hedieve.  there's another like her in the world."  Mi,., _   Elliot    smiled.    "Pin    afraid  you're*  in  hive  with  her," said  she.  "In love with Ruth Downing?"  I'-iic-'di ������������������-. li.dK.d shoe Iced ~-- almost.  fn*,*!ite ni'd. "I'li.'*u hir. transparent skin  v.-a'-, 11 ���������aiisfii--.<*d with a Midden Hush.  "."-iny, Mis:, l-.iiioi, iiiaybe yeju'it: i*i*.',hl.  lint   ii   I   am  in  lovev  with  her, it's   thc  1 .'tl.ee    .'ay   that    I   love   the   SUIl Ol'   Olle'.  VUUWV        VWI >!V       B.fV.*m  Who Cares Now  U||rr���������������������..B..ftM'ftr.ir#i*OMa<('|.������ai.S..a(rS(ifl|gMfHt*r-aiHr*������'-9  Because style decrees that women  crowd and buckle up their tender toes  in high heel footwear they suffer from  corns, then thev cut and trim at these  painful pests, which merely makes thr  corn crow hard.    This suichla! habif  i may  cause lockjaw,  and  women are  ! warned \o stop it.  A few drops of a drug called freezone applied directlv upon a sore corn  gives quick relief, and soon thft entire  corn, root  and nil. lifts    out    without  pain.    Ask the drug store man for a  quarter    of an    ounce    of    frerronc. _  which costs very little, but is siifflrient {  to   remove   everv   bard   or  soft   corn'  or ralhis from one's feet.  This drug is an ether compound and  dries in a moment and simplv shrivrls  up thc corn without inflaming or even  irritating the surrounding tissue or  skin. Clip thi3 out and pin on your  wife's dresser.  i *  tin*,.  . r-     O'j'-  , I       i* v'' r  1,.*;*-���������!)������  *   In ���������*. r  .-.-   ',"'t   i'  il'Jry     tlle'iV.  !.,'.' h'tlt'l  lift ��������� 1 > 1 y -  "I he-li    ','  .h.idy  iif>t   !i*ii  ' ' '  ollhl    help   lint  lie   '..i*'lle*d,  JJOES   tliid   iIluHlraLioii   picture your cxpcncncc?  What   ja   more   cliBtressinK  than being unable to sloop?  dl o/"������***>T itri.-i ������t ixf.r.  0-4. ..^....x.Xi.i.t.J.J.A  AU      LJIL.r  r.tt  tJA.  J.l.   ,  yilLr  *l       llll  ���������keel  ��������� l,  *. r  l.e.l   iak  leiiel  ���������'....    Hi  ni a i i y  yiiin  i;  ce Ml i i\\',r  ii;i* u man  tn .ni''!)' uly.  ,i iiit 11 i   it   in*   y on :  WJU2& jj2;-B<!,rMh"-Sol,,M!,i  '(itmmdtmlimrx-m ��������� 'i H  -Kii-irp your l-.ye-i  ������0 .yg4fSS������-V& Atoyil; and lh; nl thy. if  iitslfj^-Wl KT* 'hey'I ire-. Smart, Itch.or  "������������������/^i,, "*"*t1^'ryi������*-T* fteirn if K'n*.'- (trit,itei1,  ��������� Oil84 i-~--~*J4 Inttarne-d <.r **';r;ninl;ii������-d,  C**)c Murine* ni'en. S:\tr tor lulj.nt '.if .-'Vflult.  ir,t :iil )iriir'ci*itie in e'.iiihI.i   V*/ r i r f ��������� f.,i ��������� 'r, ,-.  "I i'  : I ! . I . . !  l-.llli  A    Jul I  l    IU/'  Hi'  l> r  nt I i-.  ���������   thi'l  i um:''.  firat and moat certain synip-  loma of oxliauBted nervea.  Thin hi tlio warnlnpf that you nee<T  LliU      W.l.ll.,1 |1 (lOlJ      UI.      .Jl.       ^UlUr   Ir      I*.Ol'li'u  Food to rofitoro vlRfii' to tho norvo  v.Ahi mul vlnioby avoid tho dovclop-  i/iiMit of fiM-lnii:! norvotiM trouble  V, I ��������� ,1 .   ,,.,ll,,,. *      J1,r*  tiliee-iel fi iiii tiiiililln*^ uj) 1h������ ncvvmiii  wyiiteuii thin fejoel euro brtn-jrt u*u\v  ���������iniriv   Mint   ewtroiiirt 1������   to   tliA   whola  iVl  ei'i.tie. n   ii.,.*, e'i Uit P.'...l.'i, t������l!  tWAtl-.i, li.  iLilmiii,i."ii,   In, Un   (j.   C'el.,   Ltd.,   Tor nil te).  uir.MfniMi ttu~i ^^.<jMit-Jij-aaij^umif jtfxiLWWlllWt- -m~  %*>. v:^m bctsw wmm  New Use For Echoes  Device Invented for Taking Sound-  inga at Sea.  An inventor in Oakland, California,  lias found a new and practical use Tor  echoe?, nnd ns ft rc-ult the time may  conic when the practice of "heaving  thc lead" at sen will be known only  in historical novels and old maritime  history. Thc inaniuoler, as thc new  device is called, sends a Bound from  the keel of thc ship lo thc bottom of  thc sea; thc sound comes back as an  echo, and thc journey, automatically  recorded o:\ .. tliaphram, ir. Unnr.l'-ted  into terms of leiiKl.li. Thc report  shows thc depth of water between  keel and bottom, calculated from the  known r,pe.e*<l of a "'ound-'.-.'.iV'- in '.all-  water, and the knowledge may be  acquired at thc rate of four soundings  i. minute,  v.'hLIi  Is  very much  faster  meter, to be sure, liar, only recently  rouc to sea, if indeed the steamer  Governor, which will carry the lirst of  them, h:i<! yet lefl dry dork in  W.ishiiiKlun. Hut the in:  promise*:-, to add in;itei irillv  security   of   nrean    (,*:i;iii*.       e  A Cwe for ~  Bad Brealls  "Bad broath ia a tign of decayed  teeth, fou! -jSosiaach or uhcIbrb  bowel." If youi* teeth are -goo-d,  look to your digestive organ* at  onco. Get Seigel's Curative Syrup  at dru-ggUt--*. IS to 30 drops  after meala, clean up your food  paa-tDge and atop the bad breath  odor. SOc. and $1.00 Bottles.  Do not buy eubstitutes-. Get  the genuine. 6  ���������SCtt^-tr-Oft-**.^  Manners to Animals.  A "Little Book of Manners" has  just been published in Ireland which  contains a chapter on "Mannern to  Animals." The author recognizes the  fact that the real Kontlcinan, iiowcver,  would no sooner bc rude or coarse in  his treatment of animals than iu his  treatment of men.  It's folly to make a friend of a man  your An,' dislikes.  Se-atlh-,  I'llllleuU  tl     lll(*  I i:i'.i  . rr  ^$*4^^^  ,H*i������eii.:*,-|i|.Vjl>.,Ji"*^  r~  I  '���������^j  II  mm^^ss������~ii*^s^s:   - "-��������� rrriiv'firfnflf'"M"'iiMrtTii'HiiWiOTti Minnirf fiuinniirij.u.^.1  UrilkiMjMILII-rU MMrJMJu^*rJ**Ji.^--^^-lj*r-������r^-jLaitl^rJ.-^.*r^*.r^lJriaj-rfaJr^*^^ >.  THE     BEVIEW,     ORESTON.     B,     a  '9 *������* think that because your  A stomach can digest food  you are proof against indigestion. The most  important digestive work is done by the  bowels, liver and kidneys. Unless these are  active and work in harmony, you are in danger  ���������*v������  O.Ql+._Y,*i.-f>TC������/",\T*l*,ITV-tf,T  mjm. oGil^pUISOIlillg,  forrtfi.  made of indurated Fibrewarc���������  which ia wtxid pulp���������moulded un-  ��������� der tremendous hydraulic pressure  i and foaleed to flint-like hardness.  Affords positive protection against  deterioration. Every farmer should  uee  EFfcf"YV*Q   INDURATED  IJlmJl    D   FIBREWARE  r Tubs  iias*s of Canada's  future Success  Absolutely impervious to taints  and odors���������there arc nocrevicea or  cracks or_ hoops. They ere light  sor shipping���������unu no strong and  durable and so easily cleaned, they  csa be used ovcr and over again.  by  E.B.EDDY CO.  Limited  Hell - Cznada  Makers of the  F^tnota EDDY  HATCHES  C3?  Columbus had faith; what he discovered was not what he dreamed;  but if he had not,.dreamed he would  have discovered nothing. ��������� "Lowes  Dickinson.  Minard's Liniment Co  -iit<-*/t  Sirs,���������I have used your MINARD'S  LINIMENT for the past 25 years and  whilst I have occasionally used other  liniments I can safely say that I have  never used any equal to yours.  If rubbed between the hands and  inhaled frequently, it will never fail  to cure cold in the head in 24 hours.  It is also the best for bruises, sprains,  etc.  Yours  truly,  J. G. LESLIE.  .Dartmouth.  Canadian Development Must Depend  Upon a Constant Influx of Suitable- Immigrants  Ernest H. Godfrey, of the Dominion.  Bureau of Statistics, Ottawa, in a paper before the Royal Statistical Society on "Fifty Years of Canadian Progress as Illustrated by Official Statis-.  tics, 1867-1917," drew attention to the  remarkable increase ir. the forestry!  reserves of the Dominion, due to the  policy of the Dominion and provincial  governments. From 1901 to 1918 the  rpci-rrvpc li-^A   lira, c-^i/i   *ncreaccd   from  7,413,760 acres to 152,833,955 acres in  addition to an estimated 20,000,000 of  acres of unalienated land in British  Columbia.  Discussing the future, Mr. Godfrey  said that to a large extent Canadian  development must depend upon a constant    influx of suitable    immigrants,  and of capital.    It was probable- that  settlement in well organized communities   in   which, women   wouid  take  their  natural  part  wouid relieve  the  isolation of prairie farming.   The opening of the  Panama Canal and thc  construction of the Hudson Bay Railway  should .provide    important new  outlets   for   Canadian  products.       It  would be bold to attempt to foretell  the  future   effect  of  aviation  on  national   progress,   but   it   was   already  evidcrit, he remarked,     that exploration and prospecting in lands inaccessible by rail would benefit immensely  by this means of locomotion.    There  was a practically unlimited field open  to Canada in every direction, whether  as regarded agriculture, forestry, fisheries, minerals or manufactures.  Successes For  Western Canada  Prizes Won at the International Es-  hibition Held in Chicago.  At the International Exhibition held  at Chicago on December 2, competitors from Western Canada again demonstrated thc superiority of their  grains by carrying oft, among others,  nine prizes and several ribbons for  hard spring wheat. The successful  exhibitors, in order, were as follows:  J. C. Mitchell, Dahinda; J= S. Field,  Regina; Seager Wheeler, Rosthera;  An der Brothers, Wilcox; A. Tait,  Semans; Robert Clark, Speers,' and J.  F. Cadora. South Forks, all from  Saskatchewan; E. F. Young, Oak  Lake, and Samuel Larcombe, Birtlc,  represented Manitoba.  In the Durum classes, P. Kcezek  and E. F. Young, both of Oak La"ke,  Manitoba, won first and second, respectively.  In six-rowed barley, Seager  Wheeler, Rosthern, Sask., was first,  and Samuel Larcombe, Birtle, Man.,  second.  It will be remembered that Mr. J.  S. Field was the winner of thc sweepstakes and C.P.R. cup for hard spring  wheat and first prize and sweepstakes  for oats at the International Soil  Products -Exposition, at Kansas City  Ja      fxxt  i_*a* vTiT, jmtx Aim  IF-0  bt ros. tf. I* saajsTiSB,  How many bnsfs^  men feel fagged g~\%- *aerv-=  ������us, with a "soggy brain**  c  \.     !���������'   11,  .i'l   ������,���������''  '������������������mttf.'f.  before the day and its  tremendous tasks are hall  over?   i ry the right way������  SmjXSZZiJxS.   tlXXSZ !_"_M-i������    Mjr.Hu.    JL US.w  will help your nerves,  your head and your circulation, Your doctor will  tell you that anything  from a headache or a  common cold to grippe or a serious illness may result from  allowing food to ferment in the intestines. Don't give tho  body a chance to absorb the poisons. Remove the toxins  from the system and give the tissues of the body aid to  resist disease by taking an occasional laxative such aa  castor oil, or a tiny pill made up of May-apple, aloin, jalap,  and sold by most druggists as Dr.-Pleree's Pleasant Pellets.  The kidneys and bladder suffer from the wear and tear,  and we get chronic inflammations sometimes indicated by  ater���������dull, he-aw feelings*  \\a a lr-*Q r. ������-> ex  9xdtA4XjAA.XAI\JJLX-yj .  pa.  f>1-i^*9**j������ t  ���������fsiT     \fl  *!���������               _*  V UiVlUl^    v-jx  V* xxlVJTrx  recently, while the successes of Seager Wheeler are so well known as to  need no enumeration.  our  iTr"*  *s  Perhaps the uric acid is stored up in the system in excessive  amount, and consequently when the urate salts are deposited in muscles and joints one suffers from lumbago (pain  in back), rheumatic pains, gout, etc.  Nothing will act so^nicely as "Anuric" (anti-uric-acid),  a recent discovery of Dr. tierce's which can be had at all  drug stcres. "Anuric" washes away the poisons, cleanses  the bladder and kidneys���������rendering them antiseptic-���������  consequently one is soon cured of lumbago, rheumatism,  gout, and the body is put into a clean, healthy state.  "Father, who was Shyiock?"  "Goodness boy! You attend the  finest school in the district, and don't  know who Shyiock was!" cried his  father, with a look of surprise and  horror, "Go and read your Bible,  sir!"  Catarrh sufferers, meaning those  with colds, sore throat, bronchial  trouble, etc., can all be cured right at  home by inhaling "Catarrhozone."  In using Catarrhozone you don't  take medicine into the stomach���������you  just breathe a healing piney '���������vapor  direct to thc lungs and air passages.  The purest- balsams and the greatest antiseptics are thus sent to every  spot where catarrhal trouble exists���������  germs are killed, foul secretions are  destroyed, nature is given a chance  and cure comes quickly.  Colds and throat troubles can't last  if the pure healing'vapor,of Catarrhozone    is    breathed ���������- sneezing    and  CommcSn  sense  is  none   too   common.  THE.   fciEW  FRENCH   REMEDY.  ,ERAPIONNo. l  " "lo.2        3  No 1 for Bladder Catarrh No 2 for hlood &  Skin Dlaoast*   No 3 for Chronic WeaKnesscs.  jOr^DBYl-BAl-IVGCHEMI'-.ift- PvICF >N t Ni*UANU,3a.  DR LEd.KRcMe*lCo..Havi5rstockRd..>.* W3.Lcadoa.  SEa TkADK MARKED WORD * THFRAr ON IS OM  BRIT  GOVT   STAMP AFFIXED TO GENUINE PACXSTO.  See Shabby, Jb aded  Garments Turn New  g2@@k*g Cottot? Root Compctm^  A grtfe, reliable repulating  tnedictrut.   Bald in three dim  frees ol otrengib���������No.   1, $1|  to._ 2. S3; Mo. 3. S5 per bor.  Cvj/u^ilitl^   CCtlS  f\   **->    ������^   J\ d^      i- S-4-1-)      I*-**,/**  Ur.  cause irr!-  fation is removed.  Use Catarrhozone to prevent ��������� use  it to -cure your winter ills���������it's pleasant, safe and guaranteed in every  case.  WRL SATISFIED WITH  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  Higher Pay For Tea-elvers -  Commenting- on Mr. Rockefeller's  gift of $100,000,000 to meet the urgent  needs of educational institutions in  the United States and Canada, A. II.  Ball, deputy minister of education for friends who havc also used them  Saskatchewan, declared that no more'with beneficial results." The Tablets  loi-ceeu. or ���������.,.���������������������������, recenhio., of J- j} ^P^ ������Z^ PHZZ  the existence of a crave emergency cls aml Uuls provc 0f benefit in cases  could have been given.  Only prompt action  on  thc part of  No Wonder.  Curio Dealer: "That, sir, is a rare  old revolver, carried by Christopher  Columbus."  Customer: "What! Why, revolvers  were not invented in Columbus' time."  Curio Dealer: "I know. That's what  makes this one so rare/'  "Diamond Dyes" Make Old Apparel  Fresh and Stylish.  Don't worry about perfect results.  Use "Diamond Dyes," guaranteed to  give a new, rich, fadeless color to any  fabric, whether it be wool, silk, linen,  cotton ^or mixed goods. ��������� dresses,  blouses, stockings, skirts, children's  coats, feathers, draperies, coverings���������  everything.  -   The Direction Book with each package  tells  how  to  diamond dye  over!  any color.  To match any material, have dealer  Bold by ������ll dru-frzisw. or scat  ���������oreoaiel" on r-pe-cipfc tst nric*.  $re*������ pamphlet. Address |  THE COOX tHEOiciHt ������Cn  T0E0HT0. ONT.  '.FirBtrtf Wlatur.)  DO YOU WANT TO KNOW  tu������ tT-ctei about SHORTHORN CATTLE 7  The breed -for tbo farmer or rancher Write ths Secretary to-day for FREE PUBLICATIONS, and er  yonr same oa oar free mailing lift.  DOMINION   SHORTHORN   BREEDER'S  ASSOC*  -   W-A.Dnre3er\,Fre������. G. E. Day. Soc  ! Brook tin. Ont. Ouelph. Ont  jjJWr-V(**VWJe.ll,Tl    '  *   '**'*l.'i.i    I'll ���������!      ,.,. ���������",'  ���������     ������������������-  show  Card.  you   "Diamond   Dye"    Color  Only a strong minded woman can  preserve fruit and her temper simultaneously.  America's Pioneer  Do������ Remedies  BOOK   ON  DOu    DISEASES  &uu    Hut*   iu  Mailed     Kree    to    an*  Address   bv   ths  Author  H.   CI.AY   CLOVER  CO..    INC.,  118     West    31st-street  New   Vork.   U.S A  Mrs.  A.  Bernard, La  Presentation,!  Que.,  writes: ��������� "I   have   used   Baby's)  Own   Tablets  for  my  baby   and   am  well   satisfied   with   them.     I     havc  recommended them to several of my  Misfortune is the filter that separates thc true friends from the counterfeit.  of    indigestion,    constipation,    colic,  ce.-elds,  f'tc*    They  are  sold  by medi  tUrxrm  f.fr,nniiiWe.   (n*-  fivSiifr   iti^  cii. ��������� cme dealers or by mail at 25 cents a  thosc  rcsponsib.e   foi   fixing  thc  sal- ^   from   The   .^   WilHanis,   Mo(U.  " '   HIE  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper.  Germany Shipped  Guns to Mexico  QHOICE   SILVER   BLACK  breeding foxes.   Instructions.   Reid  Bros., Bothwcll, Ont., Canada.  MONEY ORDERS  Send   a   Dominion    Expres-e   Money   Order.  THey   are   pay able   everywhere.  SxL-  ���������aries of teachers in this province, said  Mr. Ball, can slop the present flow of  the best mat<:ri:il from the teaching  profession into other and more lucrative occupation ���������;. Unless this action  is taken, Saskatchewan will lose from  its schools  the intellectual  cream   of  ������1te-  -r.rnvilirc*,  and   he-   fori-e-'l   in   eVnenr-l  on second rate and third rale leaches  for thc education of its future citi-  xens.  \?flml  Lydia   E������   Pmkltam's  Vegetable Compound Did  For Ohio Woman.  Xtfr.r't./d^.l  \$jjpp"tyffl}-}  49-,p-:'AP.'^-  mZZpy?>::  'ZZty'ZZ  oo weak at times I  could hardly got  around to do   my   1. m..X      --     T    1 1  V,L4X,.p    VtL\0     X.^    X  ������?mSmiStt&^-mw  cine   Co.,   Brockyi1.!-.*,   Out.  A Tribute to Manhood  ror!..*,mOUtll, Ohio.���������" I nulTered from  Prince of Wales Has A High Sense I irregularities, p-iiua in my sido and wuu  of Duty.  No  vi-'itor of any  rank   from   any  country ever li;ul such a well:oiiu: fiOm  Anicrii-a    as    the    younpj    Prince    of  Wales.   To what is all this due?   It is  due, in the minds of all    who    have  studied the records    of    his    tour,   to  qualm*.;*-,   and   ido.il;>   whi^l.   ,, ould   ������!YC  distinction to thc man if he were not  the Prince, lie has a charm of manner, sincerity, -implicity and a hijjh  sense eii ekiij. lie lu.-. bvaiu-". lit!*  s\iei-che*������, which are his own, reveal  some gift of oratory and a very hearty  common sense. IIin ;*.ctte>m, show a  level head ou auracLivcijy >mi...u ������.;-;���������:  unspoiled : honiiin *������. lie hart, v.'e arc  persuaded, done work of extreme importance for the Empire and for clvi-  li/MtUfii. Wc may all pay him a tribute  of quite genuine homuKC without  '.u-i'iieiein of sycophancy or taxv oi  turninrr him onite aunc heid  four in my family  and throo "boardorn  it mado it very hard  for mo. Lyuta E.  Plnkham'a Vecro-  tablo Compound  WUS    k.UCUllllili-uuuei  to mo. 1 took it  and it has rontored  my health. It in  certainly tho  best  medicines for v/oiu^u'u Jrlir.cat.:: I ever  fluv/.''���������*Mrn.  Saua. SUilW, It. No. 1,  Portsmouth, Ohio.  Mrs. Shaw proved tho merit of tills  ���������rnnfiMmi unel v/rot* thin letter In order  thf������t   OlieeUll*    llUli til,HJ,     ������������������iU������viui   'xr'.x-^    ILL'.J-  telieii.' mw ithv) did.  Women who urt������ ttufltorlntf aa aha wm  ahould not draft alonft from day to day  without Rlvlnj: this f&moua root, anil  hurb rtuiKuly, Lydia E. Piuklmm'isVeco-  tahl-a Coikipoutul, tx trial. Vo. upoclal  t&dvlew tin r.".i?ardl to ducQ eiihiireiit*** wnitw  t rt.,������i<%r.' u������LydiuK.Piul*;hfcaiiLlcillclaaCa.,!Jynrf,  lj������"uon! m-������-    Thm r-������u!t o? Hs forty voarm  ������������������������������������ "ii������i������������>,������������i������ii.i������ -  Ms  \r-~-  -m-Amim Am   -Mi������r   ���������������������rvHI������w  0*l40.Y^~������^t*m  Exportation of War Material Is Viol  ation of Armistice.  Two shipments of machine guns  and machine gun accessories being  sent to Mexico from Germany and  discovered iu transit, via Holland,  have been held up by the Allied military authorities, according to information reaching United States officials  at Coblenz.  The exportation of war material by  Germany is a violation of the armistice and peace treaty. The German  government has been asked to explain  the shipments and notified uot to at-  inr>..,| toT" *-einil:ir rxnortation of such  arms.  The first shipment consisted of four  carloads of second hand niaehine-  (jims, all boxed and ready for ocean  transport. This shipment comprised  2,695 machine guns and, according; to  Marshal Foch, the f*nn*a arrived in  Holland on November 28, the scndera  hciiiK the firm of Urockleman and  Scnet Gunn, of Cassel. The consignee  was thc Johan Muntn Arms and Trading Company of Amsterdam.  I     'i*i.������ r-ririiiniui^-ninii    to    the   Inter-  ! Alliet?, Arm in tire eommisjiioti ut Cologne, givinu notice ol thctffi ship-  incuts, aayn that Marsha' Foch ha*  infoisimtlou ahov:iRs that the -shipments I-cmI hern made "Acron lloi-j  lund, with dcenLi.utloii ti  Whim in doubi liutcn "c  Thc  Obstinate Obstacle.  Tom: "Why won't she marry you?  Is there another man in the case?"  Dick: "I'm afraid there is."  Tom: "Do you know who-he is?"  Dick: "Yes;  her father."  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, Etc.  Lois of pugilists blow so hard before the fipjtt th'-.t they are unable to  get in a blow during the progress of  thc disturbance.  Shake the hands of some people and  give sonic other people the shake.  ���������jaasasai  frmm, *}.. flr������| Miifftt etW XtiltUZ. titlip tt tn  lu..,r j.i.1 uu Liui i-0-A'.c \..Ul ioJ."  iKilth. UuJoicr io ytjttt In tr-riileii  couahi. coULt   kiid -ullltd cou>ol������U\tu.  \t*t.iyt>*4', .0*0 lb������ Lkrn������-SU������ CI  T-Tc-.treA D.WATSOM*CO..JV<u������ YaA  extee.  i -mmm  \  -=3  w  N.  \1  1200  swiaiBieBssiaaamarn^^^  StltrJtfti li&SSBiy \V&* ^i������iV1������T -���������������* v*w  ���������i!*m-fiM,:i������������lri..il?4>,,-l.il  "*"** * *' *������-i������A4i" *' -������������������'v--** t*
Issued every Friday nt Creston, B.C
Subscription : $2 a year in advance;
���S2-50 to,U.S. points.
C. P. Hayes, Editor and Owner*
So much is heard these times of
the sins both of omission and commission   hy the Oliver   administra-
���t-i... *���
time,   however,   when   that   sort   of
thing must stop.
Nor   is   it   necessary   to   emphasize
that  the  countrys'  obligation   to   the
former members of the Canadian Expeditionary Force and the conditions
resultant from five years of war are
the  responsible   factors    for    a     still
more or less top-heavy   policy   of   expenditure.    These are, of course, uncontrollable  features  of  government,
I which are common to the whole of the
British  Empire.    They constitute the
toil  of   war.     Nevertheless    it    is    a
condition that is not calculated to add
to the popularity of any Government,
particularly   when   that   Government
has been obliged to follow a predecessor whose lavish hand in the matter
of public  expenditure was  not liamp-
to wonder if any good thing maybe expected to emanate from that
quarter at Victoria. That the
governmental heads helieve that
they are not quite as bad administrators as their opponents would
have people believe is indicated in
tlie following article from the Cranbrook Courier, which deserves the
careful attention of REVIEW readers, who, in most cases, like to have
both sides to a controversy before
coming co any final conclusions.
Here it is :
Without in any way attempting tp
pre-suppose that every adult personTn
the Province of Britisli Columbia iS
satisfied with the manner in which
the Oliver Government administers
the affairs of the Province, it should
he safe to  say, in lool-cing bad: over
.-i. _ .. r.      .       I.L-.J-     .x     1 ,.., ...x     ..rx.xxr-.     ryV
LlLtr;      pcLOL      J," -Clal ,      LLLCLL      ell,      l*JU.*ll     .JXriitxJ      xj-
the fruits of progressive legislation
already are being garnered for the
benefit of all concerned.
When   the   electorate  decided   that
the time had come to end the career
of the late administration  there  was
evident a general conception that as
a corollary to the advent of a Leiberal
Government    all    wrongs    would    be
righted and British Columbia once a-
gain   would   be  a  land  flowing  with
milk  and  honey.     There  were  those,
of course, who were no strangers   to
public service and who chose to temper   the  hope   for  better things  with
an   intimate  knowledge  of  the   staie
into   which   conditions   generally   had
been allowed to drift.
An Empty Treasury.
Unhappily, the tide showed no
���^jor-ng nf tumin**- and after two years
of war the stern facts confronted the
people of the Province in dollars and
cents. The Treasury was empty and
financial obligations had_ leapt to
many millions. A general house
cleaning at James Bay was inevitable.
Admittedly, this brief retrospect
discovers nothing new. The fact
iloes remain, however, that the task
which confronted the present administration when it assumed office
in the waning days of 1S1G was not
the   ordinary   <ms  such  as   successive
oeg.i:i!ing  ered   by   considerations   which   have
of  its   outstanding    examples     is    a
statute which aims at the prevention
and control  of  venereal disease.   The
Government is  alive to the value of
the human asset in general, and its
Department of  Health has  taken its
place in the van with the fixed idea
that the  conservation of life  is    an
obligation of paramount importance.
Railway construction this year has
Tt dX d-\m\ mrn*x r* mm*���- *-. *���*! X*, m-xm ^ m.~   -x  s\l  \   o*l ���- md\ ��. *m.  r^mm s\ /"a f-t
uccii    iiia.in.cu.   .isy      BAuSiicui     isii/grSSS
on the Pacific Great Eastern Railway, the promise of ihe Premier-
made on the floor of the House that
10.,��f,*r,,,o^   .-.��,   T>.._���   K
^-Twrwil ynt v.-w-^a.  yjt.3   x. cici-c   ��j.
made themselves felt during the last
twelve months.
Rehabilitating Credit.
Reversion to a policy which contemplates an even ledger balance,
however, ha*y been responsible for
rehabilating the credit of the Province and the genuine endeavor on
the part of the administration to get
las been
interests to whom
the Province has disposed of its
bonds from time to time. Recent flotations, moreover, have demonstrated
to the country that British Columbia
is keeping her house in order to the
extent at lea.st of cutting her cloth
according to her measure.
Perhaps one of the year's most outstanding patterns of progressive legislation which already has proved its
merit is that which created a Department of Industries. Designed to
benefit tlie returned man in particular, there is every indication that
in a very short time it will become
a not inconsiderable factor in developing the Province into industrial
Public Utilities
The Public Utilities Act�� has not
been blessed with ah altogether un-
checkered career. The action of the
Dominion Government in removing
certain public utilities from its jurisdiction has left the Commission provided for in th--�� statute somewhat
in the air with very little to do.
This is a matter, however, which
throws Provincial and Federal rights
into conflict and before the New
Year is very old some understanding
may be reached which will prescribe
the fate of this new branch of the
public service.
Commun[ty  Settlement.
Another example of agricultural
innovation associated with repatriation is the settlement by the Provincial Land Settlement Board of
tne community settlement scheme.
Two colonies of returned men are
navigating their way towards independence with the assistance of the
Government at Courtenay and Creston. Although regarded as a Federal
obligation, and accepted by the authorities at Ottawa as such, the Province has gone farther than "the trod-
A^my/iiSArJirri-O A\
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governments   have a   right to expect ] ,-eii  mile"  in  assisting
io   find.     On   that   account   its   works , farmer.
the    soldier-
in advance wt-re per. a Ik
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Wi'1?' i      ?.liiioral   development   lias   progress-
: eel   under  legislation designed  to  pro-
: vide-;   cr,.   for   experimental   purposes,
.'���hi  allhough  it.  is  admitted  that British  Columbia possesses all  the various   ores   incident   to   tho   estahlish-
���niiut   ol'   an   iron  and  steel   industry,
siwii   ���inU'-ipat.ory  statutory  provision
hiiisi   pr-rl'orco  await   a.  number of do-
l)i*iiili*ut    considerations   such   as,   for
ii.stance*,  ihe; ('liijapt.'sl. and most, prac-
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COMPANY, Limited
Sehedult- of Tolls npproved by the
Board of Investigation under the
Water Act :
- 1, 2, 8 or 4 Rooms $ 2.00
5, 6 or 7 Rooms     2.25
8 and oyer ;     2.5o
Bath or Closet         50
Bath and Closet        75
 ; ,$5.00 to 10.00
BAKERIES :     $3.00 to   6.00-
1 Chair .-.  .1.50
Each additional chair  50
Baths  3,00
Up to 15 rooms   5.00
16 to 30 rooms  6,00 I
31 to 50 rooms  7.00 ,
DAIRIES:    Miik cooling     1.50
CHURCHES :            50
GARAGES, Public    3.00
���w y i-xr,-.T*T- tr.
Up to 25 rooms , 5.0Q.
2(1 to 40 rooms  6.00
il to 60 rooms  7.00
61 to 100 rooms P 8.00
Bath, first,  3.00
Bath, each additional   1.00
Urinal    1.50
Closet  1.00
"      each additional  75
LAUNDRIES: $1.00 to 8.00
LIVERY STABLES:    ....  5 00 to 10.00
OFFICES;      1.00
MOTOR CARS, private  25
RESTAURANTS:     $2.50 to 10.00
SCHOOLS, per class room ^  1.50
per room .'..��� '*    25
 f2.00 to   5.00
STABLES*���Private and Farm
4 head of stock or le.ss..���25c. each head
Each head above 4 up
to 10 15c.    *   " '
Each head above 10 ...10c.        �����
(10  head   of  Hogs  or  Sheep  shall  be
equivalent to 1 bead of stock).
Less than 1000 feet Moor spac*e....$2.00
Each additional 1000 feet      50
Priyate, by water      50
Services beyond  Lot 525, G.I, Kootenay, or ovor -J-mile from main outside said lot:    10%   to   be  added  to
above rates for each J mile.
All  the above rates are payable in
advance   on   the    first,   day   of   each
calendar  month.    A   discount of 10%
will bc allowed if payment is made before the 10th of the eu^i-ent month.
Lawns per season (2000 sq. ft.
or less, 7 to 8 p.m $1.50
Payable on the 1st, of May, not subject fo discount. Water will not be
turnod^oii until the rati  is paid.
For 1000 brick $ 25
For yard stone  25
For barrel cement or lime  25
por 100 gallons.
For turning on water when it has
been tinned oil', either for default, or
at, the request, of the user, $1.00.
MICTER RATFS, monthly, payable on
the hist, day of each calendar month.
A .discount of 10% will be allowed il
paiel on or before the 10th of the following inont h:
Up to 2000 gallons a  month, $2.25.
From 2001 to 10,01)0 gallons, 7ic. for
eyerv aeieiii ie uiai one IHilie'u '*ei j^uiions
over 2000.
Over 10,000 gallons, (ie-. foi- every additional     one'   huiiehi'd   gallons    over
Meier cents m aelelition fo above*:
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Between now and stocktaking, which
commences Feb, 2nd, exceptional
values are offered all over the store.
The lines enumerated below will give
some   idea   of  the   price   reductions:
White, Grey and Striped Flannelette
reg'. -ioe.     oaie price; ouu.
Grey^Flannel, reg. $1.00/ Sale price 75c.
200 yards of Dress Goods, consisting of Xfced and Blue
Serges; Brown, Grey and Tan Suitings,
reg. $2.25.    Sale price $1.75
Ladies' Spats, Tan, Grey and Brown
reg. $2.75.    Sale price $2.00.
Balance of our Ladies' Silk and Lawn Waists at cost.
General Merchant
We propose importing
Cement and Fertilizers
in Carload Lots
You can assist in securing these commodities-
at the lowest possible prices by placing your
orders at once.
0 <wai
If ypu are needing
now is the time to boy
Wc have just   unloaded  a  car
of  these at  Creston
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li^l^JJJU��UM^^iU^iflJ^!^l)l^.-^-^l^lll*te^ THE  CBESTaK  BEVIEW
m   - J ts H B a?..
Under date of Jan. 12 the
Ford Motor Company notified
all agents as follows:
"The list price of all models
except the truck has been increased $50.    Thi -----
���"*��� as follows
. ��   X. 0
new pfrices
Standard Touring Car
(without starter). . .$740.00
War Tax ��     61.05
Standard   Runabout���
(without starter).. .  710.00
War Tax     58.58
Standard Chassis (without starter)   675.00
No War Tax
...     3n  Truck (without starter)   750.00
No War Tax
Above cars equipped with
Starter and Lighting
$108.25 extra.
Aii  prices   f.o.b.   Ford,   Ont.
Several Second'hand Fords
���one just overhauled.
Qtaite Progressive Q
Though Imperfect
{Continnecl from Page 4
steel would reach Williams Lake on
September 15 having been redeemed
to the day. Further, extension of the
people line will form a part of
nest year's policy and preliminaries
towards giving it effect already are
under way.-
Irrigation  matters have  not  escaped  the  Department  of Lianas,  whose
Minister has posted himself upon the
complex situation existent in the &x&
belt of the Province.   In *spite of well-
known   difficulties,   however,   a   solution has been found and   the   effect
of   policies   designed  upon  the  principle   of    helping    those     who     help
themselves  already  has  begun to  be
felt.    The creation of a conservation
fund has enabled the Department   to
do  much  for a section  of   the   Province   whose  water   supply    hitherto
has been more or less in the lap of
the gods.
Creston Auto & Supply
R. S. BEVAN, Manager
7-Js acres known as Block C, part B,
Lot B. in Townsnteof Oreston. Apply
t.o owner, J. BARRIEAU, 816 Second
St. S.E,, Medicine Hat, Alta.
Roan Shorthorn heifer, about 20
months old, branded P O on left shoulder. Anyone returning same or giv
ing informolion leading to recovery
wiii be suitably rewarded. MRS. T.H.
SADLER, Wynndel.
Public woYks, more particularly road
construction, have been governed by
a policy which has sought to eliminate waste and to substitute efficiency.
Repatriation  problems,   too,  were  taken into consideration by the Legislature when the Minister of the Department introduced his measure to provide for ah emergency fund of a million dollars.   An example of the beneficial working of this provision was
published  in these columns  recently
in the case of unemployment reported
to the Department-    Foresight in setting aside a sum which could be drawn
upon as occasion arose provided   the
means by which work could be started at once.
One of the knotty problems   which
has  confronted   the   Government    in
diverse  forms  during the   past year
lias been the operation of the British
Columbia    Prohibition    Act.    Flaws
have  deyeloped  to  an    extent    that
neither    were    anticipated    by    the
frameirs of the original ^act nor were
they so obvious that their correction
could  have  been   effected    by    the
Legislature at   its   last session.       It
has   been   found   that    the   prescription has become a popular means   of
procuring   the   banned    liquor   under
���an" alleged "medicine label."    This   is
a matter, however, upon   which    the
public gaze is focussed at the present time and action has been promised.
An important commission has been
set up recently v-zhose duties include
an inquiry into the feasibility of establishing a system of state health insurance,  widows'  pensions    and    public
nursing facilities.    At the    time    of
writing it is touring the Province for
the purpose of assembling the varied
viewpoints of the people as a whole,
so that it will be in a position to make
its    report   to   the   Legislation  next
month.   Upon its findings will depend
the fate of this -important Queption.
A Good Year.
There are  many   other   important
phases of development to which   th,e
Government has directed its attention,
But as it will have been observed at -
the outset, the time for them to become obvious in their practical form
and intent may yet ue some distance
away.   Suffice it to say, however, that
the year 1919 has demonstrated    the
value of a    stocktaking    programme
which took every Cabinet Minister  to
different sections of the Province and
provided him with first hand information upon its needs
Special Values
m*  ~*~.
JL     %ymi/��t ��/%rx/x ��r    xJ
Fleece-Lined Underwear
for Men and Boys
Men's Shirts and Drawers
Bov's Shirts and Drawers, all sizes
JL mtS  m  Wr  te tg  W *-.*-*  mi  ~s*        -xx-m --*-. ��� ���*��������     x*-   -���   ���--
in  Cashmere, Lisle,  Silk,   Cotton
and All Wool, bought a year ago
but    only    arrived    this    week.
Marked very low.
s there any
Meat In
H   a tr\
nnncp r
This is the first ques-*.
tion that presents itself
to the housewife if an
unexpected visitor drops
in for a meal. But why
Shamrock Brand
Hams and Bacon
Finest   Quality
Cooked Ham
Lunch Meat
Bologna, t&c,
are always to be had
hero. In meats nothing
quite eqfuiils 'Shamrock'
With the  threatened   return  of
- the diead disc-vise it is essential to keep healthy.
Stewed Fruits
taken regularly with the break -
fast meal yve especially valuable for tins purpose.
We carry a full line of
Dried Prunes, Apricots* Figs
Peaches & Pears in cans
Dersert Raisins
Quality ��oml.s.
Moderate prices.
������ 1918 at Cranbrook there
were 117 births, 80 marriages and 31
Nelson's fruit fair last year was a
money-maker to the extent of $150.
For 1820 it is proposed to have-a class
fo*- the showing of cattle.
Cranbrook is t;o haye a second dentist in Dr. Fo-ejgie of Vancouver, who
will open out there next month for the
practise of his profession.
Bee inspector Sheppard figures there
are a few over 900 hives of bees in the
Kootenay, and the average honey production was 50-pounds per hive.
Cranbrook jail officials had & unique
experience last year. They handled
171 prisoners���exactly the same, number as they had in charge in 1918.
The connty authorities are calling
for tenders for the building and iustal-
yng of a new ferry on the Kootenay
riyer on the Idaho side at Porthiil.
W. Liddicoatt, a Grand Forks poul"
tryman, showed, twenty birds at the
Vancauver poultry show, and brought
home, sixteen prizes���at least half of
them firsts, too.
Cranln-ook farmers' institute had a
membership of 65 last year. In that
time it placed with members fiye
purebred bulls and the same uurnbe*-
of registered boars.
The Gazette claims that the Grand
Forks council ran the town affairs so
well last year that the city treasnrer
has a net surplus of over $16,000 on
the year's operations,
Rossland skating rink is hardly big
enough to hold the crowd that turns
out when the band is on the job.
Other nights, however, the skating is
not nearly so crowded.
Ex-mayor Anderson of Kaslo is
leaving next moiith on a three month's
trip to the Old Country. No provincial general election need be expected
until at* least midsummer.
Cranbrook farmers' institute, handled fourteen oars of hay last year at
a saving of .$00 per car to the members,
���^T t>    *mr -0^   sm x^  ���- ���
but owing to poor collection the institute lost about $65 on the hay business.
The $50 rod offered through the
Cranbrook Rod & Gun Club for the
biggest speckled trout caught* in 1919
has been won by O. E. Lewis of Bull
Kiver. The prize catch was a beauty
weighing two pounds five ounces.
nrsst-cla.ss   land
seoun'i-class  to
confined   to   sur-
Piano Tuning & Repairing
Qualified Piano Tuner
Eight years experience.. Highest references.     "Single tuning. ,i.
tunings a year, $7.
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A Good Investment
THE money you save earns interest
when deposited in our Savings
Department, awl both principal and
interest are safe and can be obtained   whenever   required.    Open   an
The Exchange
Billiard   Parlor
Barber Shop
Tli(i host udvorl-isomoiifc wo
have is yvImmi others ivy lo
imitato. Wo load; others
try to follow.
Take notice  that R. Helnie, whose
address is 1110 Bute Street, Vancouver,
B.C..   will apply for a license to take
and u$e 220 Ac. ft. perannurruwf water
out of  Rykert's   Creek,   which  flows
southwesterly,  and   drains   into east
side of  Kootenay River, about J-mile.
north of International boundary.   The
water   will    be    diverted   from    the
stream  at a point a J-mile west from
N.E. cor. Sec. 4, and will be used for
irrigation purposes on the land described as S.W. :\ and W. 60 acres of S.E.
";  Sec.  0,   Lot 812      This   notice   was
posted on the ground on the 19th dav
of December,   1919.     A copy  of this
notice  and   an   application   pursuant
thereto  and   to  Lhe Water Act, 1011. I
will be filed in the office of the V^ater I
Recorder at Nelson, K.C.      Objections
to the  application   may be   filed with
the said Water Recorder, or with the
Comptroller  of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B.C., within
fifty days after the first appearance of
this notice in a local newspaper.
R. 1U3LMU. Applicant.
By R. O. UELM1-*, Agent,
The date of the first publication of this
notice is* Jan. 211, 1920.
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Minimum   price   of
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f C-UU-l-'CiJ     ~\~*    v*'    **����������    *-������*-*��� ���*-
$2.50 an acre.
Pre-emption   now
voyed  la*'.ds oniy.
neeorel--* will he grn*it.e?c1 covering oniy
land {--uiiablf tor agricultural purposes
and wnic-Ji i-*= iion-tnr.iici- land-
I'artr.riiT-'hip yro-eiiii'��!<''liS rvbolisla-ci.
but p:'.*.*:ios of ������-���; \w-vu ill a a lo.i-.r m-iy
arrai ge for ju'.Jicont pre-emptions
with joint re-idc-..'-:��?, but caoii aialOng
necessary iniprovi.-n*.c'*.:ts ejri r-^-spectiv.-
Pre-emptors niust occupy cluinii; foi
five years and make improvcmep.ts to
value of SlO pet- acre. i;ie.*;u(l:n;j clearing and cultivation of at least 5 acres,
before  r*��.-ceivini;  Orowi:  Gri;:u.
Where pre-emptor in -;e.*c*.i'iJ.ition  not
less*  thar   i-  :,tr;u;-.   :e: 0   .������:>..-���   !ii:-(ie?  proportionate brtpreiv-siTu'Tits. be*  may, because of  iSl-h'-aiil**.,  or other cause,  be   .
granted inter.r.r-;*,i.Ue cr-;*iifi..*aif of im
proveino'-.t .x-.-.ii tram;ft.-i* P.i.-^ claim.
Records without pc-rmaneiU resi-
dene^e spiiy be issau'd. provided applicant iv.a!-:!.*.- ie!*!pi*i>vci:-.ents f> e.-xJeiu ot
5300 per anuum ami :*--.*oi*ds same eaem
year. J-*ai!i:s-e '.ii ri_��.-.-i' improvoenet-t*---
or record sajn*' v...! operatt�� a< J^or-
fciiture. T.i;-.- , ,ii-.-..ui Lo <>ol;i;;if*.i :u
less thai; ;��� ;>o:er.-, .i;id imjii*ievi?:n..- *.ts
of $10(10 i'or acre*, ir... huh: sr ri ���'.< i\js
cic-ai-ed ai.d euhivuted. aea'i, > *j.si le.ec*.
of at   least  *J  \ <���:';*., .* i*c u*v;'n r< ri. ,_
Pre-emptor hoiuirg i:io.vn sraat
may ���.-���.:. lm! anolhcr pre-emption, if he
re.ii'.irt'.* l.-ti'id ii: coriiunctiem with his
farm, without actual occupatioti, p:.i-
vidc-ri : tatutory imjiruvements mad��.-
cViid residence maimained on e.''rown
eri-niited  i-.:\:C.
Unsurveyed area---, not exeeedir.e .������
acres, may be leased as home.si-.es.
title to be obl:U:icd alter fulttllinp resi-
dential and  imprax ement  e*em.elitie.ms.
For praxing- niid industriai purposes
areas exceeding C10 acres may be
leased by one person or company.
Mill, factory or inelusirial silos on
timber hind iu>t exceedinK -10 acres
may be pureh:'.::ed; conditions inolueb*
payment of stumpaRC.
N'atunil hay meadow:*, inacc*.-. sibk
by existing roads may be purchased
conditional upon construction of a roael
to them. Rebate of one-half of ceest of
roael, not, e.vc.feditiK half of purehas.*
price, is l^iade.
The j��^ope or tins Act is enlarged t"
Include A.'l persons JoininK und mviv-
Iiik with 111.- Majesty's Korce.,. The
time within \e.*hich tin- heirs or devisees
of a eii <*i*a;-.ii pre-emptor may appl>
for tirle u;u!er this Act Is exiemleel
from for one year from the death of
Kiicli   jrerson,   a.*-   formerly,   until   one
> C.vl    ,r.ir.v.-l     thc   Cul.C; U.*Hrll   ol    lilO   plc.'-iail
war.     Tills   privilege   is also  m:nle   i c
troaetive. ^
Ne> fec-.s relatiiig to pre-empt teats an
due or payable by soleller.s on preemptions ree-urdeel after June ?<), \'.ns
Taxes   ar��.*   r.-iailted   for   tU'e  year...
l'rovi:ion    Im*   fvtilt'n   of   nie>licvs   ac-
(jonift wlioro tho
juk'I ��vl your
lights shims
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Application for lirazing permits tor iiie
Season of 1920
Applie-iMoiH for permits to jrray.e I
liveatoclc on the (!i-o\vn ran^e* within |
each (Jfi-azine; ilist liet, e��f the Province-]
of Itritiah (ailnmhia in.i*-t he* tile-el with I
the.    !)i:itlict     l^eiiv   ! e>)".    :>t   (V:inlll'i>e-k,
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Kt-perl,   Viiiii'aiivci'   and   Vennnn.   or |
with   tlu-   < '"mini' ������-���ie iiie*v   <>f   ��i i ,i/.im*,
rarlinnicnt l"iiililiiiK*j.  Victeni.i,   H.i'..
on or before l-Yhruary :\'M\i. P.I20.
ItlanU forms upon whie-lt   to  snhmil
npplie'.i I ie his may he* old .tine.I 1'iwin ;li *
i (isle ii I, i'"oi e-.-ili-i.-. ii'.  Hi.    ..li.iv;* ::.i;:'.'.*'.
plil('i-H    oi-    from     tlie-     l)e*|iil( I lined     <>i
lilllielii al   \"ielea i.e.   15. \ '.
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l'roveiejii   for  ivtutn  of   moiu-ytt  at*
r-ro.rrl,   rli.,-.   ti.tii   li��',-n   ..i.lrl ir*. I. *. ��� *.    .\t.i....-
i,   ll��H,   on  account   eif  pay meats,
e>r tieves on  m.'iI . i-s'  pre-cmpiKMi';
Interi'St   .'ip   .i;;i-ci'me-iits  to   purrlia
tovvn or city mis  held  1>>'  niciulurs
Allied   Korce-s,  e r (lop'-iieh.-n*.:
��lir��*��*l   or   inelifi'.-t.   r.-ninied
listtnent   to  Jllar.-li  21.  l'.i^O,
l'reixlsion     marie     for     is*-aiar.c<��     .
Crow:,   jrrants   to   j >i'i-purclin:
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pure),a* i r*    who   faihri
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'���t--Vrm--ms~-~-m~~^^ its care, and in the solution of which  mxi+mmmm.    ������#������I1    K������    (rx**t������xA      *%.      *miii<nMtAA      ni-  C-l\J UKS      W**ft      V\~      lUtiuu        ���������������        ^uw������������*������������vvv        -w-  permanent peace.  But while international peace has  been again established, a gigantic  task still confronts all nations in the  I bringing about of domestic peace and  Stat old Bore or skin dis-aase of {wholehearted eo-operation among the  youra breaks out again? It's be- peoples of their respective countries.  ���������asm-SB tho remedies you hava beea ! Thc GrGat Wj.r created such a world  ���������asing do not get to the root ot tno  ;     , . , ,    ,   . .      ���������  IlBeaae. but remain on the surface. | upheaval, and resulted m such a  ffry Zum-Buk! It penetrates to th������ *��������� loosening and breaking away from  underlying tissues, ^destroys aU j t}ie foundations and accepted c-ondi-  gormB aiiu cures Iro^ ths "root"   , tjons of the past> largely destroying  | old political ties and changing econ-  ! omic conditions everywhere, that men  j today are more or less unsettled in  their ideas. It is a time when great  leaders, men of conviction and courage, arc needed, and when all people  require to exercise a large degree of  patience and a high and lofty  patriotism.  in   the  turmoil,  suffering  and   sor-  ' rows    of    the    Great   War   mankind  t.uu~  ������v>      Ksnce   Zam-Buk.   cures   are   j  lasting.   All dealers, 60c. box  Peace and Its Obligations  "Which has the harder life, coffee  or tea?"'  "Tea; for while coffee can settle  down tea is compelled to draw."  a vxvt   -*i-/*���������**.������t  -rcnr-i ��������� sir  MB IUU YKE,M  AND RUN DOWN?  With the formal exchange of ratifi.  .������������������<.,.  0f Ycf-I hopes that many of the old abuses and  I evils of thc past have been destroyed;  cations of the Pence T  sailles    by    Germany   and   the   great  v,    ,,      ���������    mrtt-trw    -.f    thr-  that all the destruction that took place  ���������nowers,   with   the   exception   ot    the i ,...,,  '   '.     . V, . t     -.    . rxt ti,*, i0-,cP,-lwas not bad, but that much of it wul  United Stales, and many of lhe lessei | >  r-      .   t.r ....   x.   .... ! nrovc   fo  have  been   good.     On    the  powers,   tno.   urcai    war   utmc   io   .mi-  i- ! other hand, mankind also hopes  that  lie  official  and   legal   end    ou     Salurda}-,  January 10, 1920, and peace in  an ir.  , .  J .       , ,���������.     ^���������, ,.,.**c ' sufferings  borne,  thc  patriotism   and  ternational  sense  once  moic  prewuls. .. .  in a wold distracted by war  for ove  five vears. j , .        ,, , .  1 ,     ,    .  -. , r      ,---���������,..:, ,.e    ,���������,i  ins  fc-llowmcn, a  higher standard   in  This exchange or ratifications,   and*      .   . .  the   official   promulgation    of    peace,  might have been accomplished -much  sooner but for thc dastardly act of the  jbecause  of  the sacrifices   made,  ufferii  .. | heroism  displayed,  there will  emerge  a nobler conception of*man's duty to  Germans in sinking their surrendered  fleet at Scapa Flow during the progress of thc peace negotiations. As  ��������� _....,ie  ~* -ei-. ..t- Ai'i-"irv������   <���������!-..������  a i!��������� c'���������-. in-  ������&      l .^XSXttl-      *-l .       X . ... X      V- ���������-.���������-...,-,*-,       Xi -xr     - X .. . -   -        x.x  eisted upon a protocol to thc Peace  Treaty, and this protocol Germany  was compelled to sign on January 10,  before  the  exchange    of   ratifications  religion, in intellectual attainment, in  social relations, in community life  and  service.  In this nevv peace era, ��������� iti this  dawning in the twentieth century of  a changed period in the world's history,���������the people of all nations should  turn their backs on the past, and, forgetting those things v.hich arc behind,  prc = s onward with faces alight and  I eager hands to grasp thc more glori-  ! cms  things  that lie ahead.    The    old  J. iiiS x~,'--XLxXLX,y,ky  a-,-.,���������     m  T-XXLJ cr-.  Tr.~tvrx  the completed figures show that -the  aggregate was nearly two and a quarter, million dollars. The exact total  was $2,211,110, as compared to $1,196,-  800' in 1918, an increase of $1,004,300.  For the last three-years, the report of  building permits issued each year  have shown figures.just about double  those of the preceding vear in value.  took place.. ,. .  . . ....  _ . ,- ,     -  c    .  i ignominious  strife   m    party politics,  Peace is now an acco:nph.siicci tact, i  ���������"-��������� J   y  rr    .       i-i nt-  criicllv and oppression  and  ruth-  oppi  lessucss  In  business  competition, be-  and   with   the   coming   into   effect    oi"  the  Treaty  of Versailles   the   League j ,-.-,,       -, -,   ,        ,   .. <.,  , -xr ,.- ii -.,   ,,.-���������.,i.,ci,     tween Capital and Labor, between the  of Nations also becomes an estahisii-(   . .    . ....  ed organization. It is no longer mere  ly a paper organization, a document  of principles, outlining certain machinery for the preservation of the peace  now proclaimed. It is a body officially  recognized by most of the nations of  thc world, an organization in which  the nations have membership, aud to  thc carrying out of whose aims aud  objects  they are pledged.  For the time being Germany and  the other nations which were in alliance with Germany in the war are  not admitted io membership m t.ic  League. They i���������-.-.;yi fivA prove ihcir  a in eerily  auel  !iOi*c?'.y   oi   purpose    m  Uu:  carrying  LeajT"'-    ' hen   unci  th <: y b e a cl 11:1'.'. c d  t o  The   L'nii'-d   Suite-.'   is  as v-A,  objects " ot Uic  only then will  full  membership.  classes and the masses, should be  superceded by a new spirit and - a  ready Avillingncss to co-operate thc  one with five niiipr for the cood cf'all.  We have undergone all thc sufferings, thc horrors, thc losses of the  Great War. We have borne up and  worked together with a national determination to achieve victory for the  right. We have accepted our losses  in a splendid spirit. Now, in the interests of all and of our common  country which by our efforts we have  saved from enemy despoliation, let us  remain united, united ' more firmly  than ever, in cordial co-operation to  bring out of the Great Sorrow the  maximum of blessing to all.  ���������*CaL'ir<",  ���������11  1*  iererc-*1.;  acute b'  p res id?:. I  rot ye.i r  its Lea;.-.i  i.-icor..;':'.  d.-r  -t   tuat   ( r  :::-?. z,r      of  UMI'V,  ii'.e  '..    t'  To Prevent IniSuetsza  nc'i.   a   i.icmiie! i  ohilc-'' dif ' Colds cause Grip and Influenza���������LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets remove  i tbe cause.    There  is only one "Bronco  Quinine."    E. W. GROVE'S signature on  box.    30e.  !l~C  wluc;:    are  ai'iprorichiiu  :?\;:\\.o  has  T:t*.iiy with  -.������������������.*.:* i* *       1>   tc  Medicine   Can   Renew  Your  Health.  The condition of being "run down"  is one that doctors do not recognize  as a disease. The physician of today  who gets his training in a hospital  where only severe disorders are encountered knows little about it. But  those who are run down in health  know that it is not a fancied affliction.  The expression "run down," applied  to health means a condition in which  aii the bodiiy functions are enfeebled.  Appetite fai!s, the digestion is impaired, the nerves are impoverished,  the complexion becomes pale or waxy,  there is no animation, but rather  worry and mental depression. Fatigue  is a constant symptom. No particular  organ being affected, you must look  for relief to the blood. As it circulates  through every part of the body, any  improvement in the condition of the  blood is quickly felt throughout the  entire system. As a restorer of the  blood and builder of weak nerves Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills stand at the head  of ail tonic medicines. Every dose of  these pills helps to enrich the blood  and strengthen the nerves, and thus  the various organs regain their tone  and the body recovers its full vigor.  Ample proof of this is given in the  statement of Mr. William Dcvine,  Gerard street east, Toronto, who  says: "Two years ago while employed  as a conductor on the Toronto Street  Railway, 1 became much run down.  I consulted a doctor who gave me  medicine, but it proved fruitless as T  was  constantly growing weaker.   My  -ennntil*.>    r-orn*n1i������<*<������l y    fa'led    and    I    fell  ��������� I-    l  -- *- tr. ��������� -~-J .*-..xx. ���������..x. - .X.  away in weight until I only weighed  12S pounds. I was sometimes taken  with fainting spells, and finally felt  compelled to resign my position. I  tried what I thought was lighter work,  but with no better results. I was  growing weaker and weaker. One dav  a chum urged me to try Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills, but by this time I was  heartily tired of medicine, as nothing  I had taken did mc any good. Finally  he bought me a box of the pills, and  I could no longer refuse to try them.  After a time I felt they were helping  me and then a gladly continued thcir  use, with the result that I was finally  enabled to go back to my old position  fully restored to health. I owe this  splendid condition to Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills, and can strongly recommend them to any one suffering as I  did."  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills can be obtained through any medicine dealer,  or may bc had by mail, post paid, at  50 cents a box or six boxes for $2.50  from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  State of Ohio, City oi Toledo, Lucas  County���������22.  Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is  senior partnex of the firm of F. J- Cheney  & Co., doing business in the City of Toledo,  County and State aforesaid, and that said  firm will pay the sura of ONE HUNDRED  DOLLARS for any case of Catarrh that cannot "be cured by the use of HALL'S CA-  1ARKH  MEDICINE.  FRANK   J.   CHENF.Y.  Sworn to before me and subscribed in  n->v nresence. this 6th dav of Deccmbers A.D.,  1SS6".  (Seal)   A.   \V    Gleason,   Notary   Public.  HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is taken internally and acts through the Blood on  the   Mucous   Surfaces   of   the   System.  Druggists,    75c.      Testimonials   free.  F.  J.  Cheney  &  Co.,  Toledo,  Ohio.  Winter Courses For Farmers' Sons  Popular  The special winter course���������at the  Regina College for sons of Saskatchewan farmers is more popular than  ever. During the first week 65 young  men have registered in it. The number of young men seeking the advantage of this course is greater than any  oilier year.  "I noticed a little pimple on my  i baby's face,    i thought it was from |  j thc sun but ittcpt getting-srorsc and |  I the skin was fed and very hot.    He  | could not steep or rest the eruption  fi     ~-.0-.~mdm.^~   :--���������-������-������������������ *-3   lmxm~.rn.i4m~*-     tsmt     -ftv*ft   ������*   ftftl^Cmmir^  I~.-mtm\-Xi*tm ****** I/I** lX*r~\M %*+* f m---A.%-* *������ ���������*���������������������������������.������ ."���������*-������������������������������  him to -scratch. I was quite discouraged.  "I saw en advertisement for Cuticura Soap and Ointment and sent for  a free sample. I bought more and  after using two cakes of Cuticura Soap  and two and a half boxes of Cuticura  Ointment he was healed." (Signed)  Mra. S. D. 5flcQuire������ Clarksburg,  Ont., Dec. 18, 1918.  Use Cuticura Soap, Ointment and  Talcum far every-day toilet purposes.  SFor tme esample each of Catlcor* So������p, O'nt-  ���������nwnt lund T*������lcunj addr-MS post-card: *"C!atlriar*,  Bspt. A, Bastaa. 17. B. A."   Sold every where.  WHEN ������00 SUFFER  ;0H RHEUMATISM  n 1~0%ryr*~  ATALXXXXXJiax  ���������)-,--'  i it-  Looking    to    British    Columbia    for  Lumber.  With Washington and Oregon mills  report od to be booked up to capacity,  eastern  American   timber buyers   arc  iiow looking to Canada.*  A. 11. I'i.reel], of New York, repre-  -,* i.tative of a big timber brokerage  lirrii, ha:**, been in Vancouver for the  pri.-.I two or three weeks for that pur-  ]���������(:���������������������������<���������, and i:", understood to havc placed, t*r to be about to place, several  ':j.--r orderr-.  xxy. man   wii!   tell  you  that    Sloan's    Liniment  means relief  For practically every man has tts-^.d  it who has suffered from rheumatic  aches, soreness of muscles, stiffness  of joints, the/results j>.c -yir-eather exposure.  Women, too, by thc hundreds of  thousands, use it for relieving neuritis, lame backs, neuralgia, sick headache. Clean, refreshing, soothing,  economical, quickly effective. Say  "Sloan's Liniment" to your druggist.  Get it today. 35c, 70c, $1.40. Made  in Canada.  The wise woman rules her husband  by permitting him to think he's "it."  Gone Stale.'  "Remember how the men in tha  theatre used to rush out for a breath  of fresh air?"  "Yep.   What of it?"  "The fresh air is still there, ;sPx  it?"  "I dunno.   Why?"  "It doesn't seem worth going after  any more."���������Louisville Courier-Jouy-  nal.  Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Garget  la  Cows.  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  Woman is a subject never mentioned in Morocco. It would bc a terrible  breach of etiquette to ask a man after  his wife or wives.  ..Had It In Mind.  Papa (from the next room): "Ethel,  aren't you ready to light the gas in  there?"  Ethel: "Yes, papa; wc are just  speaking of���������or���������striking- a match."���������  Pearson's Weekly.  ick   to  ������������������-re p.  town    ar.'.'ain?     1  'ri  Yon   mrule   the  .name   mi1--  '��������������������������� -lb,:-.ton Transcript.  ii  ������  Tea. or Coffee  ���������    A     *"      r .    -��������� r   1 "   f-*** **       r-*%-������ ,*���������. J-.  J-       ���������>'   I r  t 4���������  i**  Ol lri~i t.  i.li':.~r..t-fi4. v*Co*   .\ i. ui ~  ill  til  li  ���������m  some one in the fam-  -*������ A      .... -      ....     .���������  .    .     -.   .    rr-..   r       J-   r-  tij. JT-t.Lt     y.rXdxjJ ......J ���������x.i-0  <������<������������������*+. *av/av Itoth such.  ..ji������������������ '_:.:.-.���������-'.-  ���������tl'"**"' "���������  wyAmyir'  ���������-������������������pWM&Wx^  ^'^^^^^~m������  Is Youv Wife Bad Tempered ?  Chances are she h;is corns that ache  like fury. Buy her a bottle of Putnam's Corn Extractor. It acts painlessly, tfiver. instant relief, and cures  every kind of corn. Insist on getting  only Putnam's Extractor, 25c. at all  dealers.  Would Suit Him.  "Do you waul tx smart boy, iir?"  "No. 1 do all the work myself."  "That's  just   the  kind  of  place  I'd  like, sir."���������Boston Transcript.  A man never realizes what a small  potato he is until he hears in a roundabout way what f.he girl he could  have married but did not, thinks ~4  him.  '.��������� ��������� . * - - .  -��������� "     . '.'���������-. . r;.*a  ~-L~  finnoyonrc a.s i.o drink  INSTANT  ~-t.~st  V$im~~rMrMif  nr-**. itimZ,**''-,''  ><kx-j~*' \mm~r"      mi.  m      U   -ASA  'sJw-S' Jt     JBL  .4'  fi  "I  ������������������"1  <A      tm -    j,  \u:AX~t <cy  ������  f-CiP^lijP  rc.'"*-":"':'''.f  v.    ' '' lt������  ���������  r.lll.x.1 irX.MX.^df'r  ���������'J*f'"^'-:'"  y  M-'  If.  M  r*'P,VA--y fU-A miAsf'ft fUirf'^it.OTlk  <\ . l> 0. It  ', r iVt-A.j-si.t-Ji i M-.i-*/*-... loiiow  ; T 1;   I. it.-i.        I tit.I j.v St >J. ii'" ****%  \'[n'{'i'.<"������ wifli Wfryotrt* Ut  fit (Ally,   rkj ,-->j  Elephants Good Workers  Drivers Have Special Language  Which the Animalr. TTnrlerstnnd.  Eleiihanfs do their best work in  driving timber, working it with the  current, releasing logs from jams and  rolling the stranded logs back into the  vv.'.;*..;���������. Th... Jc*.!;;...! drivcm hav ^  : peeial "clephanl" langiijigc which the  animal.", understand ������������������u special elephant vocabulary with such term:; as  "l-.ish .udciv-iyfs." "Koll," "Pull out,"  "Stop,'' "I iff yonr rhuins." They ure  iiiae.niricrnt swiuuni.r-;. When they  swim from bank le> l>;-.nk, herding lhc  lo*.*-, tint icquire- ihcir special attention, you -,r.e ne,ihiii;.; of ihein except  the tip>, of their 11 links through which  t\ir   i    l.ir-ietir������     -nut       el .0       ,i i-, li, ,eitr-        nr  eliiveis, who are ��������� enrrally in water  i������t* ie> liif-n* waist*. II *a i>ig sialic in  jam  bieal.s  :.uddcnly  where clephaiuu  '���������'*���������  ' ;,,;i. thcy know the danger of  bring   <ivfrt.ikrti.    Thry   tniinpe't   and  i h ���������.     tjil     iu    rJllin     bank    oi     :������\vim  |ilun*iulii:,iin ju iu.:n nt. lliey can tCo.  ONLY TABLETS MARKED  "BAYER"   ARE_ ASPIRIN  Not Aspirin at AU without the "Bayer Cross  It ^r������   ������������������������������������������*���������  m*-0+* s.  jrf S9m~m~4m       tf    #      0x4m0m.4ft  yT^T~K-sr*-s*^^#-V-u  t^ry.,��������� as ... ..'tf   #1  |j_/       SXMmdCM<'<X-r/ ^0>SjX?J0rXr-  j  -tHinr*. 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Larger "ISlxlv" patke-jae*  ������3y xixxLd ~&wl.Zxc--A���������cLy-QiL"--^c~. imast cay "SayorM  /.olrlr. la th** trftel-o -mftrtc  <re������Klstft-eed tn Cann-JI*) t������r ������������*���������*��������� M*niiroi*t-ir������ of Mo*-**  ..',   , ..���������.���������.......  ,.r  i'.iiir-irii,-i.i-i.i       V/litlra   It   tn   v/nll   Lm.vrrn,   eliul   .\ti-li|n   eii'.������i.������   Hu>e_J  lBiuiiiifui'������������������---.  l<������  ^a'-st tl'6 P'Uillc BCattiBt Urtll������Ue.;>������.  *l������e������ ���������re.himii *,r s.Hy.r *,*j>.i������������m-l  'Hli3      IUAll~ A4txy.* .ir,.',lw.u\���������       y~.J  only   ^eiiuino   Aspirin,���������tho   Aspirin  praic.ribud by phyi-m-uum for overnlno-  tceii ycani aud now wmlo in Oanadit.  Alwuyii buy an \tnbrobc-r packttRU  of "itay������:r T.tblotu -oi Aupbu*'* vlui-li  ,rril,^,r.r^ri.wlliiirr..riSHrt*llllll.ljrlrMi*r^ll^lae-ei^*MI*eeiev^  mmm  tf^ttim^mm^^*^^'"^"''1^^  Mwr-r,-wriirir-v������i������^iwwii*lir������'ll-^^ Cairo.  A   conversation   between ���������  o-  i  \tz~~n-.~,4-  A/riinA-r   cnnplil   "Rritt^Vi   rnm-  ������   IPVUUUI.        l������Xil**V*  0        ~~^r v~.t-.mmm-, ��������� -   m mmm. mm ���������   missioner* with the Grand Mufti of  Egypt, who is the religious chief of  the Mohammedans in Egypt, is reported in the newspaper El Misr, in  which the Grand Mufti attributed the  present troubled spirit to the country's disappointed expectation regarding its independence.  Lord Milner contended that a protectorate was necessary to Egypt's  interests and that a discussion could  settle nine out of ten disputed points.  The Mufti replied that no-Egyptian  would enter into a discussion except  on the basis of independence. Lord  Milner maintained that some Egyptians were willing to discuss the subject, but fear deterred  them.  The Grand Mufti declared that  every country has its traitors but  every patriot would refuse to enter  into such a discussion.  The commissioner sought to convince him that Great Britain was  actuated by friendship and did not  wish to impose her will forcibly although-able to do so. To this the  Grand Mufti replied:  "As religious chief, I can only say  1       ,-r .   .     .*-...    '..    -.-'     . :t-i _       x-  Wilu   ciiiiriii    mill   11   is      iiii^oaaiuic      xyi  convince a nation of the futility of  a thing of which I myself am unconvinced. The entire nation claims its.  independence and it would therefore  be useless to speak in any other  language. I do not forget your power,  but if  E-o'vptians bend today   before  Italian's" Death Is  Lansing i remote  Native   Trying  to  Turn  Incident  to  Political Uses.  Cairo. ��������� Italians here are.greatly  excited over the killing of an Italian  musician by a British soldier and are  getting the sympathy of a section of  W. C. Nixon Speaks Highly of Situation   in   Britain   and   Other  European Countries.  Ottawa. ���������  Prospects for Canada's  overseas trade, both in Great Britain  and other European countries are excellent,    according    to W. C. Nixon,  who was a member of the Canadian  trade mission in  London with Lloyd  Karris, and who is in this city in conference  with   Sir   George   Foster and  other members    of    the    government  and   the   Canadian   trade   commission  in regard to overseas trade matters.  In the conference held a plan for  continuing the trade representation  and, activities in Great Britain and  other countries is being formulated  and it is believed will be satisfactorily  Thirty Million  Russians Have Died  the  natives  who   are   trying   to  turn  the incident to political uses.   A mili-1 completed within a few days.  tary picket was holding up trafficjtoj     j^r-    Nixon   expects   to    return    to  allow troops io pass. The Italian tried j London about the end of the month.  to break  through,    but    was    thrust  Death Toll Exclusive of Five Million  Men Killed on the Russian  Front.  London. ��������� Bolshevik agitators io  this country were working energetically along lines similar to those pro*  jected   by    the    radicals in America,  mm*mm.*-mX0mft.*T-Tm      **1*       .*.���������.������-      t~7 i^kmi" m-r r  Tiinrt-ti      ! "���������* i"*  r*-������-i/*t.-      0X      cr\1  -i~-~.       ^3 %.X   S-X\~XX.       eU>       <S-L~* X\r-X  s ���������-* .0 r  Another soldier inflicted  injuries   on  the Italian from which he died.  The students of Alahzar university  threatened a demonstration at the  funeral, but the Italian consul, who  accepted the British official explanation, diverted the procession A few  hundred Egyptians demonstrated in  the streets, denouncing Great Britain  and cheering for Italy".  While in Canada he will also   -enter  with Lioi'd Harris.  iicuaeiy, tne overture��������� Oi tne government and  the    establishment    of    ~  ; soviet form  of  government.    It      is  "j thought probable that the    plans    on  New York. ��������� Thirty million men, j this side of the Atlantic    have    not  women and children    have    died    in  yet reached the    point    achieved    by  Russia    from    violence,    famine    and | those in the United States,  but it   is  disease  in  the" last  three  years,    ac-J believed that  the radicals    here    are  cording    to    a    statement on present ��������� rapidly reaching the point where they  conditions in  the once-great   empire, might seize upon    some    big    labor  which was made by  Princess Canta- strike as an  opportunity for starting  cusene-Speransky,  grand daughter  of a revolutionary movement.  ' Uly see Grant, in an appeal in behalf      While   these    facts    are    common  Mor  e  Xo .find Agreement on jfeace.  Washington.������������������.. Senator Underwood,  Democrat, Alabama, served notice in  ���������the senate that unless the deadlock  over the treaty of Versailles was bro-  i ken within a few days, he would press  his resolution calling for the appointment of a bi-partizan committee of  the senate to work out some agreement.  i of  the   American   Central    committee  for  Russian   relief.     The tremendous  knowledge   to   close   observers of the  situation, st is  said to be impossible  death toll mentioned by the princess! for  the British authorities under  the  r  tay for  I/VUHV>       WMI������������  -rv������������   |    !(  Dr. John Noble Advocates More Out-j|  door Exercise in Public Schools      ||  of Ontario. j ������  Ottawa. ��������� In the education of the 11  children in the public schools of the! |  ARMISTIP.F  I   )MIIM  province more money should be spent!  force  they  will   seize  the  first  occa-jon hockey sticks and    less    on    text  sion to revolt.  The guarantee of foree \ books, declared Dr. John Noble, chair  is not eternal. ! man of the Toronto board of educa  "between      ayna,  OCCUpicu  I  Constipation,   Headache,  "Colds,   Biliousness,  Sur-  render to   v^a^caretb  i  ������  ?  I  . ���������  J  I  I  present uitra-Liberal laws of free  speech to do much more than watcb  the progress of events. In other  words, it is declared the British,  broadly speaking, cannot take preventive measures, but must be content to deal with some actual  event.  Great Britain can and does deport  undesirable aliens, but in the case  of British subjects the situation \*  more delicate,  Winnipeg..��������� A provincial mounted! There are only a few big Red lead-  police force is to be organized in Ma-* ers, but they have a sufficient fol-  nitoba   for   the  purpose  of  enforcing-lowing   to   form a goodly sized    nu  was exclusive, she said; of "five million  men who had laid down their lives  on the Russian front, fighting for the  allies.  Manitoba to Have  Mounted Police  Organized for the Purpose of Enforc-  : T   ���������      I_      T> -.X.     0 xZrx-Lr*  lAAg     A^CAtTd     Xtt    J-v.t~LXLLJ X\J     KFWlxwiii,..  law in  the new   Rice  Lake and The  cleus for organization.    Their  whole  | | Pas mining companies and other re- effort now is centred in sowing thc  I j mote sections. Col. J. G. Rattray, D. j seeds of discontent and they are  | j S.O., recently appointed chief of the I banking on the employment   of   mob    . |--provincial    law    enforcement   depart-! Psychology in starting trouble   in thc  *^nnT^b^k^a^r*nEnToy   "Tife! '.ment. announced.   The new force will* event of a widespread strike, accord-  Your system is  filled with  liver and \ be remodelled, it is understood, after \}n^to ^he authorities,  by; tion, speaking at the conference of the bowel  poison which  keeps your skin l the    Saskatchewan    mounted    police, j     i he Red idea, it   is  asserted,   is   to  "sting or-  Lord Mirner contended that the  Mufti's arguments did not prevent a  discussion and asked him to discuss  the questions. But the Mufti replied:  "We can have no discussion until the.  protectorate is withdrawn."  Only onc man in 200 is over six feet  in height.  ght.    Don't stay  tions for the younger children, especi-ior constipated.    Feel splendid always  allv including    music,    dancing    and by     taking     Cascarets    occasionally.  " They   act   without   griping   or   incon  venience. They never sicken you like  Calomel, Salts, Oil or nasty, ; harsh  Pills. They cost'so little too���������Cascarets work while you sleep. -  theatricals.  Mopping Up Continues  Four  Hundred  Reds   Are   Held  For  jjcporiaiion.  Detroit. ���������  Examination of thc ������00  Widowers, like tumbledown houses, alleged  Radicals taken in   raids   here  ���������hould be repaired. j has-been completed   and   more   than   j 300 prisoners were turned over to. immigration officials.      Including    those  ant   iiMitt    n**\xiir\  AN lUKAL, 1UWH,  FORWEAK PEOPLE  Dr.  Williams*   Pink   Pills   Act   Directly On the Blood and  Nerves.  Food is as important   to   tho   sick  arrested in thc November raids four  hundred prisoners are now held here  for  deportation.  Sir Robert Borden Joins Lord Jellico-  West Palm Beach, Fla. ��������� Sir Robert Borden, who has been spending a  brief  vacation  in   Florida,    left     with  Visit Was Satisfactory.  ���������Paris. ��������� Prince Feisai, son of the  King of the Hedjaz, has left Paris.  The temps says it is informed that  the negotiations of Prince Feisai with  tbe French government resulted in a  complete accord, by which thc prince  admits the formation of an Arabian  state to include Damascus, Aleppo,  Horns, and Hannah, under the administration of Prince Feisai, with the  assistance of French officials.  tne crca-  tators cannot be reached by the law except for  17      J   O'i      i* I>   J   ���������      t.     V     direct indictment    to    revolt    or    ict  rOOQ  MUatlOil  Bad  IU   ISeiMllisome other breach of the peace.  .-���������.  I     Famous Albert   Hall,  with   all   its  Authorities    Charge    That, Present! historic associations   connected   with  Supplies Are Mere Patchwork. the throne, has been used for   what  person as medicine, more so in most Admira, viscoun1 jellicoc. former  cases.    A badly chosen diet may   re-        . . ,        ,        w       ,  lard recovery. In health the natural | British first sea lord, who passed  appetite is the best guide to follow; | through hoc en route from Wasl.mg-  in sickness the appetite is often fickle iol)' to Key West. It was understood  and depraved.  Proper food and a good tonic wiii  keep most people in good health. Dr.  Williams' Fink Fills aire thc most  popular tonic medicine in the world,  harmless and certain in their action,  which is to build up thc blood and re-  ���������store the vitality to the run-down system. For growing girls who become  thin and pale, for pale, tired women,  nnd for old people who fail in  ���������strength, Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are  an ideal  tonic.    Thousands of people  FALLING?  HERE'S  WHERE !T SHOWS  Berlin.,'���������Papers discuss at great  length and with much concern the  food situation of thc immediate future, so far as Berlin is concerned."  Mayor Wermuth and his associates in  the municipalities are not satisfied  with thc assurances given them in the  course of their conference with the  government. Thcy assert that the  government is unduly optimistic in  view of the actual conditions.  virtually - were Bolshevik meetings  at which extremist speeches were  delivered and the "Red Fla0,1' was  sung to the accompaniment of the  great organ. Similar meetings arc  regularly held in Hyde Park and  other places in London and the po'ico  are bound to protect the speakers S'*>  long as there is no actual breach of  the peace. Still Great Britain seemingly is not    unduly    discouraged   at  ��������� that Sii 'Robert would iro to Luna,  where Viscount Jellicoe will board''a  British wai-diip.  Agreement With G. T. Approved.  Ottawa. ��������� Anolhci step toward the j  completion of the government enel of  the agreement for the purchase oi the  Grand Trunk railwav system was  made with the appi oval by the- gov-  ernor-in-counci!  of  the form    of    an  Don't worry! Lei "Danderine5*"  save your hair and double  its beauty  have    testified    to    the    health-giving  qualities of Dr.  Williams*  Pink   Pills, ��������� agreement   between    the   government  and in many homes thcy are thc only: and thc  Grand Trunk  company.    \n-  inedicine used. Among the homes in  which the benefit of this medicine  has been proved is that of Mr. IL A.  Underwood, Kingston, Ont., who  says:���������"I havc used Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills with the most beneficial  results. As the result of hard work  1 was very much run down, and my  appetite was very poor. I got a supply of thc pills which I used icgularly  [ui    colli*.:    v. i .'..j    ivitb    i'.*..   iVulllI    Ilia!  Ihey restored nie to my old time  strength. Thcy also proved a blessing to my daughter, who was in a very  anaemic condition,   and   who seenit-d  lloL     lo     K'-'*    UIOIC    til.ill    te.Jllpeji ,i. y    k*  lief from any medicine until she took  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. She took  the pills for about, three months, and  Ia uow  enjeiyiiu'  tlu:   best   of  health.  nounccrnent was made that the. agreement had been approved.  Largest Hotel for Women Only.  New York. ��������� The \;trctoct Ijotrl in  America, exclusively for women and  designed especially for business women and those of    moderate    means,  ���������ii   * i   ���������     *',     '    ���������   ���������     *   ���������*'       i  Will      OC     CICl.ll.rvi     ill      lllV.     il-. .lit     XII      XL *-. vv  Vork at Fifty-seven th street and Lexington avenue, ll will contain approximately 700 rooms to bo rented  ���������it fi   lo y2 a day.  Will Figbt To Keep Odesfi'a.  Loinh-u. ��������� Ode.:--h.., tbc chief lil.tck  The national grain bureau is dis-'the trend of events, believing in tho  posing of only sufficient wheat sup-|power of the law to cope with any  plies to ensure flour deliveries for  fourteen days. Unless stocks are  quickly moved, it is admitted that  the capital is facing a genuine catastrophe at thc beginning of February. The municipal ��������� authorities  charge that the present makeshifts  are mere patchwork and that the*-'  merely suffice to tide over thc provisional  shortage.  The city of Berlin is allowing a  two-pound turnip ration as a partial  offset to the potatoe shortage.  actual    attempt    to    use    force and  trusting in  thc good    sense    of the  public    not    to    be    misled   by propaganda.  Prince  May Visit Japan.  Vancouver. ��������� Information has been  c!  ,���������r.i,.^A     t...-x.xx    Tfl-k    t-...    C      11\.',������        T-.  .V.      x.xrt*. ' -      A *^.��������������� ������������������* ,   V*.  Clemenceau as President  Declares, However, That He Has Not  Made Himself Candidate.  Paris. ��������� Thc enact words cf Premier Clemenceau on his return to  Paris, with regard to the presidency,  was thus described by Gnstave  Ilcrve's newspaper Victoire: "I have  not de*-c-l?r'.'<.! !>T������������s'.>lf ?. candidate but  if I am borne to the presidency of the  republic I will accept."  Thc Echo dc Paris quoted tho. Pre-  u-.ici A~ having Juki  thc presidency of th  ing forced upon me. 1 am being carried to the post."  anese consul here, to the effect tha*  the Piiiice of Wales probably wil>  visit Japan this spring He will extend his* tour of Australia and India  so as to embrace Japan. The compliment will be returned by the Japanese*  Crown Prince visiting Great Britain,  if plans now M-idcr consideration O?  thc emperor  mature.  x uy     iiiiiii    ixi  It costs eight cents to havt * coifa������  htunuereil In  I\tri.*i.  .., ..til*.  ���������l\l Li.J I tt  i-i   bx  To stop falling hair at once and rid  the scalp of every particle of dandruff,  get a small bottle- of delightful "Dan-  ���������rli.t-i-r*. r**1   -ti    '-if* ���������*!   d\y\tfd   nv   tr\t)t.*   i-eeeiee t i-v  I'or  ilu-.be  .e.lbojis  l can airougly   re-i-Dca poi i ol   Ku*-bi,i, wm .tot tx: ti1*"*-" j for a |cw eeiitH, pour a little in your  ���������r.oinnuuel (jr. William:-.*  Pink  Pill'.."       ,,,,   ���������,,   ���������].,.  .v,lv.,,,,-j,,,..   P.e.lsh-'vik   v-vilh    i,;Uid -.md  nib it'iuto the scalp.    Afte-r  At   tlu-   lii-il    .'jitiii    lli-'l   lln-   bluud   i.i  out of order take Dr. William:;' Pink  l'ills, and note the speedy iinprove-  mii'iil lliey inula: in the u*>|H:tilc,  health ami *>piiit*j. You r..\n *j;it these  pills through ant thaler in medicine  or bv mad ���������" -r,U cent:, .������ box tn six  hnxrs for T.J..50   from    The    Hr.   VVil-  onl a Mniggle, >l is indicated in a  Central KVw.s dvspatrh from Odr-wi.  The mrr,:iagc ;:ay.; that Gen. Schilling  !������������������ hurrying ihr. defence preparation:,  there. No panic has been caused bv  iiie pio*-i)tct of active liostilitit:.; iti or  .x  0,    ..      , I, ..      ...... ." *       . 0       .1  -- r. I-, .���������*. ,\  several applications, the  hair  usually   ! ~.i      ������.   r....i  Lenine Make-* New Peace Oiler.  Stockholm. ��������� Nicolai Lenine, Rust-dan nol.-d'.cvi'-tL premier, has nude u  .lev. peace oin.1 to uk* allien, vv>ucu  IS   bein*^'   i.ekiii   io   Leiluiijll   by   -Ci'in** ( I  Tallt-ntB, British representative in the  stops coming t>iu und you can't find I Baltic BtiteS. Among other condi-  auy dandruff.     Your  hair  will     grow |  . .     .   ,   . .      .        rt     .      _      .  3i,ong. thick and long and appta, t,on5 ������������^������<^������������ ���������������/'���������'; ������������>r by Lenine  soft, fjlosnv and twice na beautiful urul ! "������ ������ promise lo uboti!>h terrorism and  abundant.   Try iti |the activity of revnlu������������e^n-������*ry ���������r:b*::.:>!s,  ������������������������������������r:ssr'i'',rr.,i^^^ 1 according    to    ������n    Eathouian    newt."  A Frightiui Death,  SuflocalfiH Bv Asthma  The Dread of Such an Unhappy En-d  Oppresses Every Sufferer  i-.vtuy tiurte-rei   irom Aailuntt know*  * , . .* ,  1, :   , - .     I re...       . -,  -  ���������  mt:   Ituvii,   l.iiL   iuije.1,1   j-. ai       Own   uilci -  comes tli'-ia when ni urging lo*  breath. Tbc okl-fa<hioiud remcdlci  may relieve, but never cute Btut i������-  ���������jults coie.e lie-in Ouan no/������j!ic, which  cures Asthma after hope ia abandoned. It's because Catarrhozone kills tho  rstlunn ge*nn that it run-*.. Oinliinfj  snell;; nwl i;ih'>r������"t h������-t������-i ������liii< c������ nr*" rf-  lierve-d, su:iOe:atiny ���������;e:isaauont and loss  ol   i.ieUil   .11'*   Cil.cei        i*\'ri_v     trace     Ol  asthma is driven troin tne system, and  even old <cli>*>nic��������������� tAjieiitncc iinmedi*  ate relief nnd lasting cure. Equally  gouu for i3i oiic'nili-t, thitiat tioublu  and   Cat.irrb.    Tfic larKe   onc   dollar  accortimg  tl-lf Ir" ������'  ���������nu������?!������  -l.r    I -  rl.ll.IICI       ailU      iUtttl.  I  two  iiuuitiis.    Sejiti by  id.i tieulers, or  from tlie Cataribox������ine Co . Kinaston  \ r-             r  1 '**'  f-*'*SSl(  UiMftj.-Hr'.-rPi*  ,%tiKW*S*ft**t*.t**tj*M  .��������� .mm-  ���������^.���������^r.ir.J.illTrl.l.X.-MlM.lilM.i.i  '" mtiiMitmmmmm-������  -t,"  1kmm\mm~-vmWI-'lmmm9'm~^^ BMlWlBiWfWll fTtiiltfW *frt IW WMHHMWU1I iMrJHettW-r  -  "'      -"h-^Jt>������4w*ll'a MimiOJinraKiaimitul u**\\t*z������*t^���������**Mi^iimx> t*������*otr*HiMi>t^ *M*d%mit4i*>0s���������>.iU*tos*iV44i^  mgnm.mimiuej ytmttn, mmtmmm  !'1ll(,B������r*rW'W������ll<llllllMI������riMllimilWI������Wl*^^  -.mmmsWtm  it-MWfiwiiiiiiwwiwiiiiieli  4~m  ,*i  i,-r~0m-4itil.0r���������,0r.  i>mismm������������.   UK  mmm SBSBBg  THS   CBESTON  REVIEW  'lt\m������$li,U',m*mm*  l^xwrnmutsm*  Local and Personal  For Sale���������Cutter in good repair,  $35. Morrow's blacksmith shop, Creston.  Janitor  Wanted���������For   Methodist  Church, Creston.   State sahirv.  Applv,  Mrs. P. K. Smith.  Wanted���������Live chicken and ducks.  Dong Barney, Pacific Restaurant,next  xxt   u-^buri r^,    V.ri ���������c'-^H/ll.  .!, B. Mnii- of Spokane was a visitor  here with bis brother, W. B. Muir, a  few days last week.  It. .1. McLeod is this week moving  from-the Quain residence to the Reid  cottage on Victoria Ave.  Presbyterian Ladies' Aid February  meeting on Friday afternoon next at,  3 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. Henderson.  For Sale���������Purebred single . and  double comb R ode Island Red cockerels. Also Buff Orpingtons. E. C.  Gibbs.  oaVic. Mawson is spending the week  in Nelson, where be is having the  pleasure of undergoing a few days  dental treatment.  For Sale���������Lots 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 in  Block 3, Dow Addition. Make an offer  to owner, Mrs. Agnes Wilson, 421  Langside St., Winnipeg. Man.  H. S. McCreath expects another car  of Gait coal to arrive not later than  Tuesday. Save money by having  your supply delivered direct from the  car.  For Sale���������By owner, good quartet-  section  wheat land  in   Southern  Al  berta,   all   fenced,   reasonable    price  easy   terms.    T. J. Stanton,   Oreston,  B.C.  Wanted to Rent���������Five or ten acre  improved ranch, with house, for 1920.  Give full particulars as to trees and  small fruits. Write Box 27, Review  Office.  For Sale���������Jersey heifer, will freshen soon; one cultiyator, part of barrel  of spray, one cutter, set double harness, quantity of plum crates. M.  McCarthy. Creston.  The annual meeting of Creston Valley  Agricultural   Association   will be  j held   to-night   in   Speers1   Hall   at   8  | o'clock.    It  is  hoped  all   members of  the society will be in attendance.  The vital statistics for the Valley  for 1919 show '"27 births, 8 deatbes and  ten marriages. 1919 was a boys' year,  as seventeen of the new arrivals were  males and ten females.  Christ Church Ladies' Guild announce the second of their Cinderella  dances for thc Parish Hall on Friday,  Feb. 13th. Dancing from S.30 to 12,  with supper at 10 cents a plate.  St. Patrick's evening, Wednesday,  March 17th, has been booked by the  Catholic Club for an entertainment in  the Peekin theatre, full particulars of  which will be announced later.  Last, week saw tbe windup of local  ice cutting operations, the supply com-  3  ing from Goat River, where the frozen j held   in   the   Parish   Hall.    Institute j maintain high standard? Oi excellence  moisture   was   almost   a   foot   thick, j members are asked to  bring refresh-  Last year the entire supply, came from I thents.  Ut  TEACHER OF VIOLIN &  VIO~.ONCEL.LO ,  Terms on application.  Highest class tuition guaranteed.  .EANLINESS  TO- GODL  To assist you in observing this excellent maxim insofar as your wearing apparel is concerned more particularly, we have pleasure in calling attention to a  splendid line of utensils that materially expedite washday labors.    Here they are:  Washing Machines (Home and Maxwell  Folding Wash Benches.        Wringers  Wash Tubs.     Fibre Wash  Boards  Wire and Cotton Clothes Lines  Arm Clothes Line Heads.  Clothes Baskets  In these, lines the market has nothing better to  offer, and prices are right.  Hardware & Furniture Supply  M. J. BOYD Company Manager  \ lave \ on   tried our  wr**-*^   -sr^te.   -fir���������������4     x      vr-~*x.  hAi i  h -   front     \l.    l-Yamc's  I ������;i k'-ry.f 'ranbrook. and  i^  ai'.'.'avs   fn-sli.  I.f'N'UI   L'OO.M  Ml'MX   AT  ALL  IIMCIfS  A   complete"  line* of   .  .  .  Confectionery  Tobaccos  Cigars  Pipes  li" you need anything in  l lie- M usieal I list iii-  ini-nt line it will  pay you to see rue  before huyitig.  ���������at FOREMAN'S  Moyie.  For, Sale-t-1 cream separator,  "American," large size; 1 set of heavy  team harness, practically new; one  porcelain bath tub, wash bowl and  toilet, perfecb order. Apply REVIEW  Office.  C. O. Rodgers was a business visitor  at Calgary the fore part of the iweek.  The heavy snowfall this weelcis expediting log hauling, with the company working about twenty teams on  it at present.  Mike McCarthy, who recently sold  his ranch home to Mr. Reynolds of  Saskatchewan, last week purchased  the Walter Hall place at Erickson,  into which he expects to move at the  end of February.  The C.P.R. snowplough made its first  trip this fat*- west this season after the  heavy snowfall of Tuesday night.  This is about the firts time in almost  two years that the snowplough has  been seen at Creston.  Rev. H. Redman of Michel took services in the Methodist church on Sunday. Pastor Hamilton is still a hospital patient, and from appearances  will hardly be able to resume his labors  here until at least the end of February.  Mrs. Chalmers of Thrums, the Kootenay representative of the Women's  Institute advisory board, will address  tbe members of the Creston institute  to-morrow afternon, at a meeting that  has been specially called to hear her-.  Notice���������Having bought the Ding  laundry.on Fourth St. (lot, building  and furnishings*"complete), all parties  to whom Ding owes money up to Feb.  18, 1920, wiii coiiecfc same from Dong  Barney,  Pacific Resfanrant, Creston.  Tbe concert you have been hoping  for is undoubtedly the Creston Orchestra concert on Tuesday night at the  Peekin Theatre. Popular numbers  throughout, and a popular price of  admission,  office.  A parfcv oE some 25 friends and the  old neighbors at boundary corner  landed in unexpectedly on Mr. and  Mrs. Jas. Cook at their new home^on  Hillside Road, on Friday night, the  excuse for the invasion being as it was  their wedding anniversary, and proceeded to highly enjoy themselves at  whist followed by refreshments und a  short session ab dancing. The prizewinners at cards were Miss Kate and  Alfred Boffey, while Mrs. Cotterill  and T. E- Goodwin carried off the low-  that has always prevailed in the pictures shown. In this connection patrons may look for announcement  shortly as to changes in programmes  and dates.  \ ' I ' e j.  .\<������\\    ):-���������   MM     llliif   i'i   n-l\c    \OUI"   K .\\X   OVCT-  iLiuli-d .m<l [>ui   in   :-Ji,t]>'-   lor   another   year,  y-.,\\ I'. I.i:   I IO]  'UO   "'M   i ''  1,1   I  ni* 1    I' ir���������������������������!.-(   lass   workmair  ���������i i  ��������� " i .* 111 ��������� ��������� , 11111 < 11 > .  Seats on sale at the post-  The snowshoyel brigade had a considerable amount of exercise this week,  falls of the beautiful on  Snnday and  T*I iO.CJ.latT    o/inrji-mf ma1     -F-r>-r������   *������i ���������*     in**ic������f    **t    -rt\rxt~  of sleighing, most of whieh is still  with us and is being taken full advantage of for hay and wood hauling.,  On Saturday F. V. Staples unloaded  a threshing traction engine, which he  will use for power at his portable sawmill on the Winlaw limits. It develops 35 h.p. and with a belt, sttrfa.ee of  ten Inches on the drive wheel should  have ample- capacity to handle the  bi unrest, timber.  Alfred Spencer- of Nelson, who has  accepted the position of bookkeeper  for the Fruit Growers' Uni,on was  here over the week-end getting acquainted with the firm's operations.  In its various lines of trade the Union  last year did almost $300,000.00' of  business���������abont $1000 a day.  At the special meeting on Monday  night the board of trade named Oapt.  Crompton and J. W. Hamilton a committee to co-operate with committees  it ts expected the Women's Institute,  United Farmers and school board will  also select with a view to getting a cooperative library here shortly. ,  Harry Carey will appear at- the Peekin on Wednesday, Feb. 4th, in the  leading role in "Three Mounted Men,"  which is one of his latest- and a Universal special production. Harry  Carey will be remembered by the. good  work he did in the leading role of "A  Woman's Fool," which showed at, the  Peekin on Christinas Day.  At. the annual moetinli of the Presbyterian Church on Thursday last, Dr.  I leiiile'iMin anel i-i, A. Speers were  elected to till the two vacancies that  bad automatically oeeured at the end  of the church year. Reports from the  other, departments of the church were  .-.df'j-.fcd, mmm tli<- i.ee'eie*.-. aid served refreshment h at the close of the session.  Wider Mron-soii of the Church of  Jesus Christ, of I,utter- Day Saintn,  opened a series in Mercantile Hall on  Wednesday uight and i hese will continue' nightly, ;il K o'clock for a time  al   lea-el.     List,   Sunday  h.- concluded  lie    three    Wi'i'h n     se'lie'S    Ol    HCI'ViceS   at,  I Canyon City tluit   were exceptionally  i well    attended,   lour   of   the-   converts  i being le.ipi i*,eel  at the closing meeting  eii.ii na).  A 111 'I i 11 i    ini <*i i ainine'iil   attraction  ; for ne'xl we'd; i*-elown for I'Vielay, I'Vb.  .Mh, when   i ln>   Woiue'ii's   Ind il nie arc  G-mvSwy&is Qsxty  Tlie Latter Day Saint revival meetings closed Sunday 'night. They were  a marked success. The attendance  held up to a full house during the entire three, weeks. All kind of weather  was had but the Canyouites showed  their characteristic stick-to-tive-ness.  One of the small streams was dammed  for baptismal service in which Elder  Bronson baptised four of his converts.  Several were converted and expect to  join the church later. Elder Bronson  made emphatic distinctions between  the "True Latter Day Saints,"Jknown  as tee "Reorganized Chiirch", and the  "Utah Mormons" showing plainly  that they, the Mormons, left thf true  church and fell into false doctorines,  one of which was Polygamy. A collection "was taken up the closing evening to pay the one dollar per night  rent for the school house. * A liberal  sum was given.---Com.  Canvon City section is convinced of  the value of having a local of the Unit-  Farmers of British Columbia judging  by   the   good   turnout   on   Saturday  night, despite the stormy weather, at  tbe meeting called to re organize the  United     Farmers   of   Canyon    City,"  which came into existence a little over  a  year ago.    President   John   Wood  was in  charge of the gathering, and  after he had explained  the aims and  objects of the provincial united farmers the meeting unanimously decided  to re-form the old body into a local of  the U.F. of B C.    Twenty of the farm-  erss   present   immediately   joined   no  and   there  is   every -prospect of the  membership going up to at least forty.  The officers chosen for 1920 are:   President, Jonn  Wood;     Vice president;  Hilton   Young;     Directors, Canipbel  Blair, A. R. Swanson, William  Brow  ell,  Geo. Davie,   E. VanAckerau. ,  It  was    agreed    that   regular    meetings  sHould be held on the third Monday of  every month, and everybody is inyit-  ed to  attend  the   February   meeting,  especially the ladies, as the community  is ambitious   to  see   Canyon   with  a  branch of the United Farm Women of  B.C., or failing this lo have the ladies  join with the in making the local just  formed   the  biggest and   best  in   the"  V-nlley.    At the close of the  meeting  the directors met and selected B. VanAckeran as secretary for the year.    In  addition   to  the good  attendance bhe  meeting was very enthusiastic and ib  seems safe to predict that as Canyon  is  bhe   first  bo  organize  so will ib be  firsb in point, of membership as well as  in all-round useful   etfoib   to improve  conditions generally.  SATURDAY, Jan. 31  CORINNK GRIFFITH in  The Unknown Quantity  NLoye leads flour king'a son  ���������   in  fight to restore millions  to his father's victims.  Part 4  THE IRON TEST  COMEDY ALWAYS GOOD  WEDNESDAY, Feb. 4  HARRY CAREY in  Three Mounted ta  This is one of his latest  ���������f special attractions.    Don't miss it.  SATURDAY, Feb. 7  Part 5  *var ������*������**������    mrvar  re-str  nre������  jtnn, jfis.uiT' i������~,^j  The Cambric Mask  COMEDY ALWAYS GOOD  432.000  Revolutions  Everv Dav  Do you realize that the  Balance Wheel of your  Watch makes 432,000  revolutions ever}* day in  in the year ?  And the fittings are so delicate  that the 100th part of a  hair would interfere with  its performance.  The  friction  from accumulating dirt,  lack  of oil,   etc..   destroy   these  fittings.    Do not let your watch  run   to  ruin   from   neglect just  because it don't stop.  Remember our business is tbe care of  -tVIU.cn-������:-���������.  and  our  opiru*  you nothing.  Of, sty  J. V. ORR  Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repairing  Next door Mawson Bros.     CRESTON  ~W������������mK������3i if- BBOe 0rBffO81)&  t      -���������  Manager Rodgers of the Peekin  theatre got back the- latter pail, eif the  week from a business visit, at Calgary,  most of bis stay in that city being devoted to witnessing-a. show of films  that, he proposes booking for the  Peekin, as well as discussing film service generally with the firiiiH in that  business in that city.  Peekin patrons will hear with plea.  sure   that  considerable   big  stufV  has  been  hooked lo she>w here! within the  next two months.    Amongst the pictures secured are "Destiny," with Miss  ..'l'lO;,.l(, .     l*..il|r.r        ill       ir.ll-      t..fl,,ltl^       I  , lit   .  Miss Phillips will be recalled as lhe  leading lady in "The Hearts of Humanity," which pleased Peekin patrons so highly nt, Mew Year". Monroe  Salisbury, aiiothi-)- local favorite, will  hc seen again in the- "Itliiiding Trail,"  while- both Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Chaplin have been hooked, the latter in  "When nCirl Loves," while the inimitable' Chnrle'ti will appesir in one-of his  biiVire'st laugh-making ceiim-dics.     Mae  il,  i a-^tisa,*-v- a ���������"as-,!,   *"if nuns!*.*,"a  i ib a i l ������3 s w n v������������:, mi w i a s r  j   i I or: atp FA.'Cif,  rJ9 Hl\ a. ki H"  id -������ t������.M Ira tn* W ���������������  *J*K'-~.~\-r1-'������3\  ( ;r,-h >-, / ON  put  ��������� :t !������������������  l;i:'      :  t III in  il.l ll'*-  programme*, wit h  It'll       | I I ��������� I  V       ���������!���������        rill      , I I 1 -  '������    i'   Mt..,    |������l*iilf,'(l..      Ill     Into   ilu*   (-l.W.V.A.     l-'ol-  I '  ���������      IIHIl'      Will     in-    a  I" I' * '���������' . i  111. w i I 11 ,;111 ie< I ill i  -  "it*      '!'!,'    .I'V.iii*   v, ;n   \,  iii|.r i hi ,i nm  i'*,i  M      '    1       ,  ||     n\ l   |  I I '  ,.     .,-ill     .....l-r.     I.,...     I,,,...      I  ,.     I *. I .    .  ill  "Melele'lli  J.(i\'e'," ll 1111 .1 (lie M a 1* ll II t he  only  monkey conii'ilian  in  pit'lnic** at  present,   will    be-    seen    in    "Mon't'y  iSlnlV."  Manage  Keidi/i'iN found thiiu/n ve-rv  ��������� i,...*! I !< il  iii :h.    ti.at te*;   ..!' ni.n . ..i..i  ,iii:,i*Hiie'iil ly    mi    c::t en: i\v  Jan. 24 fo Jan. 31  Seldom is it thai such an opportunity to save money on  really staple goods is afforded  such as thc offerings listed hc-  lou), whibh arc only pari of  thc czccplional values We are  offering in many other lines  during this sale.  iVlt-ll S Illl-Woee!  t ' v������ 1V1 Ji-i .-i ���������-  Reg, price $12, now $10.50  Sweaters, reg. $ 7.50, now.  Sweabei'H, ���������' 11.2u, '��������� ..  Sweaters,   ������������������ 7.25,    "   .  !.'.wral.'Tii,   " (;.{)!),     "   ..    :,.'S,  Men's Mackinaw Shirts  Reg. $7.51), to clear at....    tJ.fil)  Men's Mackinaw ('oats���������  ]."���������';. :|:12.no. lo e-h-ar at .   11.00  Underwear,Wool it Cotton  Keg. $.' a suit,, now     2,05  Ml'll's Socks ���������--  , . r .- - ...  ���������������������������'<.*  " ��������� ��������� i- ���������������������������"������������������ " / ������������������"     '���������'"  j ficic pric*:.-, Jar (Zush only.  (1.05  10.00  (1.50  fur  c ������������������ 111 li I    be*    inaele*  I I'lllie-oe-.S      <>i     iirii*-.**-.  whit*    pieluiv'  ','.  -  Mil    lil.:|,.l  111.    '      .11!  he.eiL in*.*,;  fill Hie-.     The  the*  e mi    re-ie u_\     we trio  i*     upwanl.   but    the'  ,i III    !     i !*  I i*;**. nil; i *e|   !u  Mb*-      fiQAS  i  k..-j..i      kmmxl      ki fan-it Li  S3 B% ffiafl  mrvx h* W  HHWH  Belter  ^.or v!Cl  Mki.-*** i l������* .flt?������ >*  Lower  fTicor*  "���������>.- -si  V i  tl'  wrimitw-myrirvwt


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