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Creston Review Feb 13, 1920

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 B'Wl'flWPff9T|lTlfWW'  K. Bultetfield returned from Nelson  on Saturday morning, where he spent  a couple of days on business.  The assistant postoffice inspector  paid the Wynndel office a visit on  Saturday last, lie was much pleased  with the efficiency, manifest in the  conduct of the office.  Keep your eye on the Review next  week, for a concert is on the way for  Wynndel, with announcement of date  in next issue,  miss.  gen and H. Packman. At a subse-  cpient meeting of the dii-ectors on  Monday night Mr. Packman was chosen secretary, as well as delegate to represent   Wynndel   at   the   provincial  It will be too good to  coiiveution     at      vict^>ria  *l..4.������������������      t-Xxix*  month. At a meeting on Monday  night resolutions to present to the  convention were adopted and a series  of meetings arranged for to start immediately, at which topics and features will be introduced that should bring  out a big attendance of members.  With a dozen ladies to start with it is  Mrs. Belany and child arrived here  em Saturday afternoon, and are residing in their new bungalow near the  W. J. Cooper place.  T. W. Davis was here over the weekend, returning to Coleman on Monday  morning,  E. Butterfield and J. P. Brooke  were visitors at Erickson - between  t tains on Tuesday.  Once more the young people are  getting their skates sharpened np,  there being a dandy sheet of ice on  the slough here.  F. "W. Penson of Harrop, who has  been staying here with his brother,  Charlie, went to Spokane last Week,  to see a specialist about his eyes, is  expected back any day.  Ling fishers are very busy these  elays, and although there does not  s:em to be'many fish they keep agoing just the same.  By far the largest and most enthusiastic local of the United Farmers of  British Columbia that has yet been  organized in Creston Valley came into  existence at a meeting lit the school-  house bu Saturday night, whieh attracted a crowd that filled the building to Capacity. A. H. Piggot was  unanimously elected chairman pro  tern, with H. Rosendale assisting as  secretary, and the fore part of proceedings consisted of avi address by  ���������lohn Wood, president of the Canyon  local who briefly but clearly outlined  the aims and. objects of the U.F., and  his effort was ably seconded by A. R.  Swanson, a director of the Canyon organization, who sunpliniented Mr.  Wood's remarks with a heart to heart  talk on the great good that can bo accomplished hy the community spirit  any liye U.F. branch generates. At  the close of the speechmaking a motion unanimously carried to proceed  with the formation of the Wynndel  local, and during the adjournment for  members to pay their dues no less  than 43 persons booked up for membership, tw-elve of whom were ladies.  Tho election of officers resulted in tho  selection of the following: President,  A. H. Piggot; Vice-president. Walter  Cooper; Directors, O J. Wigen, John  Wigen, John   iiaihie, Miss  Auuu II t  -  well.  K^^������k irsmif'mx ���������������     a v-Onrli  aust^jttuxts, -eva.   xmsx   ..ma.'   February Meeting  The February meeting of Creston  Board of Trade on Tuesday night,  which attracted an attendance of 17  members, was largely taken up with  reports of committees and delegations  and a discussion of matters appertaining thereto. ...  The   first   item   of   the sort was a  ...   .       ,      ,    . .,     tt  -4.   -i -0    ~. nr> statement from   Messrs.   Mallandaine  likely a local .of the United Farm Wo- ,- v       t _ A ���������  c tv rv      -ii   i~ x  a and Hayes re tne conference at terme  men  of B.C. will  be   inaugurated   as        ��������� ,      , t ��������� *.   ., v  *  The schyol report for January shows  an average attendance of 24 with an  enrollment of 25 pupils. Those making perfect attendance were Celia  Handley, James Handley, Aubrey  Kemp, Joan Kemp, Lyle Kemp, Beth  Putnam, Perley Putnam, Ernest Stinson, Edward Martin.  Foreman Campbell arrived the latter part of the week and has a crew  going at the framework of the high  leyel bridge. The men are being  quartered in the yellow building on  the Palmer ranch.  - Miss Madge Robinson of Erickson  was a visitor here last week with Mrs.  F. V. Staples.  The house on the Adlard ranch,  vacant since they moved to Creston,  ?s now occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Long.  W. G. Littlejohn has been selected  as one of the U.F. delegates to the  convention at Victoria by the Oreston.  local.  Miss Telford, who has been a visitor  at the coast foi* a couple of weeks, re  turned a. fie.tr.days ago. .  *. ' I-'--  " .*."*      ���������;    '''.l';*'"-'        '��������� .''    "        .'*'���������'/ ^^������������������<-"-: r,r.J-'-\- ������������������������������������J?-r*  What looks like authoritative information has it that Erickson will  have a full-fledeged C.P.R. agent here  this season, but that the present station building will be utilized for the  presen t.  The school's half year closed at the  end of January and following are the  names of those taking highest stand  ing for that period: . Entrance Class���������  Richard Penson 030,' Walter Long 630.  Aubrey Kemp 575, Robert Dodds 511.  Junior 4th���������Ernest Stinson 566, Seni-  ar Third���������Kathleen Littlejohn, Celia  Handley, Beth Putnam, Jean Craigie,  Joan Kemp, Molly Kemp, Maud Botterill. Second Reader���������Elite Littlejohn, Robert Long, Stewart Penson,  son, Annie Botterill.  LB&tier  Creston Looal  armer  .r   ti������  w.no.  ml  nicol'inc  ���������p    .   -  numihers of Creston LocmI  United  'Farmers  of B.C.  will he held in SUEEUS'  11A LL, Creston, on  , Feb. 14th  ill  EH i i i'l' |mil prompt.  I   k  l   ' I ->  I    i \    I '.I  'li.   1 . iti     t A 1| J.-lltil    1      ,1 I It*  adopt such ivsolul ions as  this LochI will sidnnil to  die FiovineiaK '(invention  al    Vietoria   litis    month.  ,V Ot'iMT  wwiHTrr.,'.  tmmmwmsr*t,X  \:   it    i  * i   i.<i w  St-ctvtarv.  Tuesday was pay day, bringing to  Lister representatives of both Creston  banks to cash cheques for tho. boys.  Tuesday also saw tho finish of shack  moving operation!;. Those to bo moved to their lots this week aro Messrs.  Sinclair, Chalmers, Charlcsnn, Mitchell, Bagshaw. Bunting, Davie, McLeod and Weaver. Altogether fifteen  shacks (ignored in moving opeialions,  and the one-time favored resident al  thoroughfare, ������������������Snake Alley," is now  almost deserted.  Quiue a large number wore out for  tho whist drive on Thursday evening  last at the settlement hall. Prizes  were finally awarded Mrs. Sinclair  and Mr. Russell, while Mrs. Chudloy  and Mr. Burgess took homo the booby  honors.  Mrs. Fred Lister and daughter, Miss  Ruby, were visitors at   the KotMoinoiit  I on Thursday evening last.    Everyone  j was pleased  to see them at our whisT  i drive.  I  i        A    J'.ooit   UUtnOfl'   e>!    (tie*    :.*. >i*.| :e*l*   :������������������*''.  Ii-i-n .He- at Ci .min i iiii. (hit. we'i'li, ut-  ! tending t ho- G. W. V. A. ball which is  1 ein t he cards For I his evening.  Mr. iOilih-H has  niovcel  l.o   his ranch  ��������� Hi Ste'clinn 7, when' I he' carpenters*,  have- jii'-' ������'i iiiiplel i'������l a vi'iy comfortable dwelling heuiss.  Mi. Turk, auditor to I he* Land ���������Set * lc  ein-iir   tli ..ii, I    i-.  ii< .   ,1,11, I hi'-  vve'i'I;.  on Saturday, which they attended, at  which  publicity work  in  an effort to  swing tourist trade via Oreston, Cranbrook,  Fernie   and   the  Windermere  to  Banff and. other Rocky Mountain  resorts  was' figured  out.     The   main  feature of the effort will  be  the cii-cu-  lation  of  10,000  high class pamphlets  sketching the route in detail oyer this  area,   as well  as  calling  attention  to  the  advisability of  the eastern traffic  to come  yia   the Crows Nest route.  Creston will spend not more than $150  in getting  four  pages of  space in. the  brochure, two of which will be write-  up and two  illustrations���������the literary  effort to.be in the hands of Air. Hayes.  At this conference it was learned that  the forestry department is to co-operate  in this  excellent effort to the extent of  providing  suitable  camp sites  where water and  other necessities for  spending  a  night  out   are  available.  Also there is eyery assurance that the  road from Fernie right through to Sirdar will be put in good shape this year.  For the   co-operative   library committee J. W. Hamilton repented that  representatives  from  the  boarel   had  "met   similar    delegations    from    the  Women's Institute and  United Farmers, that the whole scheme had been  carefully examined, and  the  decision  of the delegates was to submit the entire project to a citizens meeting to be  held before the und of the month.  '    C, B7 -Garland  reported  fully on his  experiences at  the 1920 convention of  the   Associated   Boards   of Trade   of  Eastern   B.C.. at which the time-honored resolution  from  Creston  re the  drainage  of Kootenay'Flats failed to  receive   the    usual    consideration   of  other years.    The  original  resolution  submitted was amended to such an extent as to make it unacceptable to the  Creston  Board, aud  the executive of  the Associated  Board will be so notified and at the same time given a redraft of the resolution with a request  that a  meeting of such  executive be  held to reconsider the matter.  A letter was read from Boswell Fruit  Union stating that a feeling is prevalent at Boswell, Crawford Bay and  Gray's Creek that a get-together of  representatives from these centres  along with a delegate or two from  Creston should bo hold to take united  action to induce the government to  proceed with tho completion of the  road along that side of the lake.  They will bo notified that Creston will  bo pleased to sit in at such a confei-  enco jind give all possible assistance.  the hospital is badly disarranging  church services here, as we haye not  had a minister to occupy the pulpit in  at last six weeks. This also disarranges things at the union Sunday  school*  At their regular meeting on Monday  night Canyon United Farmers will  have talks on municipality by Mr.  Knott. A paper on profitable poul-  trying by T. Mawson, and is hoped  Hilton Young will favor with a talk  on his overseas sights and experiences.  The session will certainly be interesting and every member should be there.  Another wedding of interest here is  reported from New Brunswick, where  John Mclnnes, for a number of years  bush foreman for Canyon City Lumber Co., was wedded early in the year  to a Mrs. Thompson, whom he met  while on active service oyerseas. This  is doudly merited in that the bride is  a widow and John starts housekeeping with a family of four for a starter.  A special general meeting of the  United Farmers was held on Monday  night, the special business being the  adopting of resolutions to present to  the provincial convention at Victoria  and the selection of President Wood  as delegate to that meeting. All told  four {resolutions were put through.  These eleal with the passing of laws to  stop the selling or leasing of land to  Orientals, the establishment of fumigation stations in Kootenay to expedite  the prompt receiving of nursery stock  shipped from U.S. firms, More string-  SEwris-f  ent regulations as to fences and cattle  guards at railway crossings, and a request that the authorities reserve the  water power at Goat Riyer canyon  for the use and benefit of those resident in the Valley.  Local and Personal  Jas. Cook and his visitor, Capt. H.  W.'Ireland, epent a few.--days with old  friends at Nelson the. fore part of the  week. Fred Belanger was also a Nelson visitor a few days this week.  Card of Thanks --Mrs. H. Devine  andrelatiyes take this opportunity to  thank Mrs. Lidgate, Rev. McCord and  the many other friends for their kindnesses in the time of their sad bereavement.  John Beebe of Calgary, Alta., and  J. W, Parkin of Michel were here on  Monday for the funeral of the late  Henry Devine. Mr. Beebe is a brother  and Mr. Parkin a nephew of Mrs.  Deyine.  Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Barrieau of Medicine Hat, Alta., were visitors here a  few days last week, with Mr. and Mrs.  Loasby. They were on route to the  coast to whieh Mr. Barrieau has been  transferred.  Messrs. A. North and school principal Brewis were Creston callers la*?t  week.  Rev. J. S. Mahood was here for  English Church service on Sunday  night and had a good crowd out to  hear him. The Anglicans are likely  to be the only denomination here to  push the Forward Movement campaign.  Mrs. Jack Cameron has been spending a few days with friends at Cranbrook.  Guv MshafrV of Cranbrook a former  baggageman on the Jackson crew, but  now in the restaurant business in that  city, arrived on Sunday on a visit to  friends.  The Sirdar Hotel, which has been  owned and managed for many yea*-s  by W. H. Morris, changed hands last  week, the new proprietor being H.  Huges of Cranbrook���������also a former  baggageman on one of the crews into  Sirdar.  Mr. Morris is haying no trouble disposing of his fine pen of canaries  which have always attracted the attention of visitors to the town. Ho  has not definitely decided on hisnew  home, but his immediate plans provide  for a trip to the coast.  Another familiar figure that will bo  missed at Sirdar is that of Roadmaster  Frank Topham, who has just been  notified of his tr-ansfer to take charge  of a main line division, with headquarters at Salmon Arm.  In addition to extensive improvements at the Landing it is now reported that'thS" drprR. intends relaying  the roadbed from Cranbrook to this  point with heavier steel, the work t.o  be completed this year.  Mayor Daly is still absent from the  city and for the month of February  has named Aid. Dennes as acting  mayo,    Between   his   paternal  duties  institute Gwnceirt  and safeguarding the welfare of the  city Dick is putt ini? in considerable  overtime gratuitously. Lucky it is  for the ratepayers that he escaped  so luckily from the chisel mishap last  week.  At Penticton municipal elections  this year over 400 voters polled their  ballots out of a possible 450.  Canyon &������t&  Miss Muriel Knott was a week-end  visitor with her sister, Mrs. Barnhardt,  at Glcnlilly,  . John Wood was at Wynndel on  Satin day .night assisting with the organization of a branch of tho United  Farmers at I ho strawberry metropolis  ���������  Foreman Campbell stalled a small  crow of mon to work on tho wood  work of tho new high level bridge tho  hitter part, of the week. It, is hoped  spring will not, come too early as the  frozen river enables good speed lo bo  made iu putting up the falsi- work.  Mv-',. l.'.v.'.te  Mclnne-:*.  h:o' ju-.t re*oe*iv_  ed   word   of the marriage of her brother.   Pte.   Win.   li. Slillwell,  at    Vancouver, the early part   of the   month.  ,���������.,-        ������������������������������      **       ���������      , ,  ... ,       r ���������,   " .,       i 'I '. , I . . r . .  .    '. .   ,   I . , ' ��������� ,  I ,. .   saw much war service in the llorlon  war hospital at, l-Opsom. Surrey, I''ng-  land.  Fldor tlroii'i-ii had another h**pti:ii-  mal Hcrvico here- on Sunday afternoon,  | when   he   immersed throe of the (ion-  verts  made at bit; -'erics of  mt cling''  nl   ��������� Vi",liin   lili*,  Hliililii  'I'll  ib.'ionce e������f  Pant or  llaniillem  at  Although   climate   conditions  were  anything but ideal Lo induce people to  induce people to turn out for an entertainment, tho   concert  and  dance  on  Friday night under Women's Institute  auspices, and for G.W.V.A. elubroom  fund  benefit, as   well   attended, and a  thoroughly enjoyable evening in both  departments  is reported  by all.    Tho  concert  program mc was  supplied   by  Mrs, I). C, Maclveir/,ie,   Miss   Francos  Knott and Cap!. Cioinpton, who favored with vocal solos;    Meselanies Crompton, and Stark, inst ruiuentals;    Mrs. ;  Gi>o. Jacks, a.  litei-.u-y   number, while i  Mrs, Thurston   and  Miss  Candy   iu aj  ono-not  skit,  "A    Pair   of   Lunatics,"!  supplied a comedy drama feature ihutj  itrui.-   -,t'<ill    iiiiri'iiyiwl .   nlilliev   with    11    llUltl-e  bor  of  tableaux which were also put!  on under thc direction of  the feuuior.  After lunch dancing was the order of ;  the eyening lo music supplied by M r. J  Chorlton,Velio, who was accompanied  by  several   pianistes.    After   meeting I  some incidental expenses there will bo  at least $!50 |e> hand oyer  to the veterans cause.  100.000 pole's will he- cut in (he district   befWccli Ni|-"'U eilld  W,iiie tit this  "e-ilmin.  A   inilel  type- eif   s 111 .* 1111 > e i V    pi e'VM i I s e ill  sonic of the   Indian   lesorves throughout theOkanagan.  The shingle* mill at Trend. 1/il.e !���������  ox pool ing tei iiNiind.nl u- c ;t'H)I> cord*-,  of shingle bolts t his year.  Grand Forks t-cheol board paid il.'t-l  I *,������ 11 t e       I . It        I III        . i,   I ������, r, r I   .-.,,,,,.,,, | ,| ,,  ,  W i 111 e'  ^m���������-mx   mil '-flft.   ttt-*j mmf    G3  jmummm  tiimi * I II   tZim i Luj    CiMil Q    C������    ~m\  ^sgp ^k~~P \W^*%x 89 H H  SATURDAY, Feb. 14  J. \VAUUEN KERRIGAN in  One Dollar Bid  A  white man sold for the highest  bid���������One Dollar.  _ Part  0  THE IRON TEST  WEDNESDAY, Feb. 18  DOROTHY PHILLIPS in  Destiny  pea  thi:  lilt a-    U������oi|   ,1    me  II   teenl;  I IO e-.u,|  ;  A   production   pulsaling   with   l he-  startling realities of life.  Ford  Monthly  L-KO Comedy  CHAPLIN' DAY  A full --low eif Chaplin's.  Pri**-e*iitin*/ Mr-. Charlie Chaplin   in  Wr***   .���������^1'*-*',       ���������*-****'      f       .     *m **** * I        *" 4���������.   V4 y  rrx,   rx.  x--*^xx <xj~ --Uti a ~~~tiJ> V viS  a picture full of thrills   and Charlie  Chap!-!: ������,;,,,  ,.|f *n .. , .,,,--  i a i ��������� ui).: i-i inie-ii \ .  |*^*uj|||nuij^uM  ���������w*twBKMI!Siw"WI  mm.   wnimnii^ limit tmmk-m  ft IW,  ���������,*, HH* St, W-Vt-'-'-Mtt'^^ v-m~<,i������tm*.~mm^mi\-ll  XiKHSS"**"'*"*"'^^ THS     KKVTEW.     CTTTCRTON.  S~~0  OW Dai  Can Be Changed  To Rosy Complexion  Every woman with pale cheeks and  ^Dor   complexion   needs   medicin  needs a potent tonic to regulate herj  poor   complexion   needs   medicine ��������� I circumstances  ', dumb and amazed,    ihe   look in  -to insure  stion���������to give new life and  Bystcni.  To  tone "P the ste^mach-  goo*I digest  vitality to the whole system���������where  is there a remedy like Dr. Hamilton's  Fills?  Dr. Hamilton's Pills enable you to  eat what you like.���������they correct constipation ��������� make nourishing blood ���������  instil force and vim into a run-down  system.  If nervous arid can't s'eep your  remedy is Dr. Hamilton's Pills ��������� they  search out thc cause of your condition and you rise in the morning refreshed, strong, vigorous, ready for  the day's work.  Dr. Hamilton asks every weak and  debilitated person to use his mandrake  and Butternut Pills. They make old  folks feci young, and weak folk  ���������strong. Their effects upon insomnia  and langour is marvellous. Hundreds  declare they soothe and quiet the  nerves so that a good night's rest  always  follows their use.  To look well, to feel well, to keep  well, use Dr. Hamilton's Pills. _They  are mild, cler.nsing, strengthening ���������  good for the young or old. Sold by all  dealers in  25c boxes.  e -f^'-i ��������� prchensive    way,  important   details  (t  *&~**\ ������ *g *a ���������  "B"T*T'?  ������  fiiiih������* -tiis  Own Slices  HENRY C. ROWLAND  Copyrighted.  Printed by special  arrangement  with   Thos.  Allen,  Toronto.  (Continued).  "Well," said Rugglcs, "Pembroke  managed to pull the co'onel through  ior the time being, but he .was a  pretty old man and it was plain that  his wound wasn't going to heal/ and  he said he'd rather die in his own  house. He'd got it into his head that  if it hadn't been for nie, he might  have been butchered by the Bulgarians; so nothing would do but he  must take me with him. He was one  of thc riches: men in turkey, and  lived in what had once been one of  the royal palaces on the Asiatic side  of the Bosphorus. We were there  about three months, and then Hamid  Pasha died. I was all broke n up, because he'd been just like a father to  me." The tear.-, came to Ruggles's  eyes.   "And what do you suppose he'd  gone  and   done:  of  **d  made  uic  on  ..     heirs   and   1* ft   mc   the;   palace  1 everything in it and half a nii'lion  and ev  securities."  pounds  in   irior.ey  and  Rv.th   sprang   forward in   her  chair,  her f-j.ee aglow.  "Ka';  a  million  pomw.1?!'' she cried.  at's ��������� that's  about  \wo and  .llior.   d.-.llars!"  -   v-cnid*.- n  -jjA-A   \nt  " \\ \  i v,  "ir  cr-'  -. k.  ll'  \\t-  i..  '���������Yes,'  -if rnnn  ;���������'.', aii'  hands  -".Hi  I'. i  ey    ior    an  ���������fit?"  anel  sir'red  li   her  chin  SO    JptlP  -,;,i)      tvilll  a i,  I1 and read, while Ruggles leaned  back If  in his chair and watched with tender'*  ���������j amusement      and      admiration      the  i changing shades of color   and   com-  ��������� plexion    in    her. lovely    face.   Ruth'5;  1 eyes  opened wider and  wider as'she  continued her perusal, and when  she  had   finished,   she   let   the   letter   fall  ���������f ;upon her knee and for full ten seconds  which is a long time under certain ,,  *      '    Rugglcs,'*  her  j face suggested that of a little girl of  'ten astonished by the sudden preser.-  ' tation    of    sonic    phenomenon   quite  beyond  the  "limits    of     her    childish  imagination, and her words, when she  spoke, were precisely    such    as    the  same little girl might have uttered.  "Richard Ruggles!" she gasped  then. "Weil, did I ever ���������*- hear the  like!"  "You can imagine how it jolted  me," said Ruggles, smiling. "It  brought back my fever and I went to  bed for another two weeks and tiked  to have cashed in, they tell me. But  after   l-d   talked to   >t;ss   Elliot  ���������"  "Who is Miss Elliot?" Ruth demanded. "Tell me all about it. Tell  me everything."  ' So Ruggles, in his brief yet com-  which included all  while obliterative  of himself, described his visit to the  harcm'ik and the girls and Miss Elliot and their plans for the future,  while Ruth, her eyes scarcely leaving  his face, followed his words in a  silence as fascinated as that of Dcs-  demona listening to thc "strange  tales" of Othello the Moor. She did  not interrupt until Ruggles told her  that he was going to sec Mr. Falconer to ask for the a'd and advice  of that kindly and wov\l!y-wisc old  gent'eman.  "The very person!" Ruth exclaimed, and was about to say more when  there came a discreet rap.  Ruth  sprang up to  open  the door,  and there stood Mustapha, who salut-  . ed in the Turkish  fashion, an inclina-  , tion with the hand carried to the forehead,  the  lips,  and  the  chest.  IM     "What is it, Mustapha?" asked Ruggles, who was sitting with his face to  the door.  "A note from Air. Falconer, effendi.  just brought by his servant and asking for a reply."  Excusing himself to "Ruth, Rucrgles  opened the note, glancing through it,  then laughed. ������  "That's funny," said he; "just as \ve  happened to be speaking about him.  He wants to know if I can go to lun  cheon at his apartment tomorrow a  hc says: "I am asking Miss Challand  and her nece and the Misses Downing, aunt and niece, the latter ot  whom have promised to honor me'."  Ruth laughed. "I was fust going  to tell you that we were lunching with  Mr. Falconer tomorrow," said she.  "You can go, can't you?"  "Yes," Ruggles answered slowly.  "T'd liked to have called on Miss Challand first, though, just to show that  there  is no hard  feeling."  "Miss Challand?" asked Ruth ques-  tioningly.  "Yes, don't you remember?"  "Oh, of course!" said Ruth. "She  and her niece are thosc catty Englishwomen who tried to snub you when  they found out that you were a clerk  in   thc  store.    What  fun!"  "1 never saw wh*:rc thc fun came  in," said Ruggles, "but 1 s'pose I  might as well  go."  "There's a desk in the corner," said  Ruth. "Drop a line to Mr. Falconer  to  say  that  you'll  go."  Rugglcs obediently complied nnd  gave thc note to Mustapha, who saluted and withdrew. Ruth closed thc  door and looked at Ruggles with  sparkling eyes.  "It's like a play," said she. "Aren't  you awfully excited at thc thought of  ,*-*.-(-.ing your Darthea again���������now that  j you're  a   he to  ;uid  a   millionaire   with  .-'������������������-", | :*.  Turkish  vaiet   who calls you "F.lTe-n-  '���������HT! els'?     !'y   the  way,  wouldn't  you   like  '������������������acii I sonic   ti-a,   Kugglcs   Efiendi?"  r-.rr\      Uuggle**-* looked nt  lo*r and laughed  ������������������������������������lly | It V'/iis ve*ry nice to be teased by Ruth  ���������"'-_    | in   tliis   bantering   way.  '������������������������������������"��������� i     "I'm   more  uv.:d   to  Turkish  coffee,  It .Works Wonders  'jn-Cat-art nal Colds  Simple   as   A,   B,   C   to   Drive  Away   Colds    With  "Catarrhozone"  Montana t armers lor  Central Saskatchewan  When vour throat rattles, your  lungs and chest are sore, your throat  is stuffed with cold���������don't fear consumption���������use Catarrhozone and get  well. It clears thc throat, cures hacking, relieves tight chest, and soreness  ,in the bronchial tubes. To clear away  Catarrh of the nose nothing could ue  better. Catarrhozone is nature's own  remedy���������it heals and soothes���������cures  every form of throat, lung and bronchial trouble. Prescribed b> many  specialists and used by thousands every day. Get the dollar outfit; it lasts  two months and is guaranteed. Small  size, 50c; trial size, 25c; at all dealers.  you deserve your own good fortune?"  Ruth asked.  "Not yet," Ruggles answered, "lve  still got to make good just as much  as ever. I've got to carry out Hamid  Pasha's ideas about those girls; and  if I manage to do that, I've still got  to do something else to earn the right  to enjoy what I've got. Just because  you happen to come out on top in a  fight doesn't mean anything. I guess  1 came out on top in that fight in tne  store, but nobody was going to leave  me a fortune for it. And not long  afterwards I managed to pull through ,  a fight on the Tschataldscha "lines and  inherit two and a half million dollars  for it. Where does thc making good  come in, I'd like to know?r  8,500 Acres of Land Has Been Purchased in the Beatty District.  A Colony of thirty families from  Montana is to be located near Beatty;  Saskatchewan, this spring. This is the ��������� E������  advance party of a large number of  farmers who are impressed with the  agricultural prospect of North-central  Saskatchewan and who" are e������ing to  try their luck in this part of the province.  It is S9id that s tou') of Montana  bankers has arranged to finance the  scheme and that they are supplying  three tractors to break up the land.  In all probability the settlers will all  be on the land by the end of this year.  Having had several crop failures from  drought in Montana, these farmers-  are hoping that their efforts will bring  j better fruit in Saskatchewan. For this  scheme 8.500 acres of land has been  purchased by the Montana syndicate  in the Beatty district, which is southeast of Prince Albert.  'SYRUP OF RGS"    -  CHILD'S LAXATIVE  _ -tbF-B"**? sway any crutches _  seven day������, m two months, 1 wm������ H  Wc:!! :==.���������������and  I  haw������ -n-nv-w tutd a. wm  ..Xr..      .���������.���������. ~x..~      -        .   -r ^^    ^.       ^^  twinge from rheumatism since, i bis h  ia what the remedy, which I obtained 11  from my uncle iu Greece, did for me. |1  1 weot home to Greece crippled, |1  broken in spirit���������sick. I returned to |jj  this country in two months, absolute- ||  iy free of every trace cf rb-niisst"**!���������. g  Tij-j ���������who!* sto!" ���������pf my life sn  America���������how I becaase crippled  with rheumatism and how S found  the treatment which uprooted the |  disease and drove it out of my body  ���������I will gladly tell you FREE.  St makes no difference ho-w ff-sseS**-  len or distorted your joints may be;  how severe the pain; or howdiscour-  aged you are; I feel sure that I havc  the means of helping you to find  relief in a few days* and ������ lasting  cure in just a. few weeks.  Send no mon^-jr.   Just write aae pef*<>������-  ally.' Say:���������"Tell me how you cured your ���������  rheuBistisns. sr.d how I aiay cure sois*."  Address* your letter -ox post card to Peter  Savala59 St. Peter Si. D. ] Ab Montreal. Qu-s-  ^gg!  Wheat In Western Provinces  .. 1       .rx      ~*r  IVIUU   cHJLJtmtXiL-Lx   :*J   \jv  . Ar...   *-l,,o   ���������n*r/-������l-i-     -o     t   Look at tongue!  Remove poisons from little stomachs  liver and bowels  I1C  lem for a moment, then said:  "I suppose that when you learned  that Lorenz had got the place that  you were counting on, It never occurred to you that perhaps the company  had something better for you than  the managership ox the Vienna  store?"  "No," said Rugq-les; "of course it  hadn't."  "It had, though," Ruth retorted. "T  happen to know that Lqrehz got the  position because there was a lot of  doubt about our goods being able to  compete with the 'made-iu-Gcrmany'  stuff, and it was thought better to  have a local man iu charge. It may  comfort you to know that up to this  A i time the store has been losing money  right along."  "Well, I'm sorry to hear that," said  Ruggles, but his expression rather  gave the lie to; his words. "Who told  you so?" <.  "Mr. Hastings. I saw him in London. He knew all about you and your  record with the company, and told me  that he intended to give you charge  of the new big store in Rome, which  was almost sure to prove a success  if properly handled. You see, he didn't  want to give yon a detail which  seemed  foredoomed  to failure."  Ruggles sat up straight in bis chair.  "Then why couldn't he have said so?"  lie demanded.  Ruth shrugged her pretty shoulders.  "I don't know," she answered. "Maybe he wanted to test your loyalty to  the company."  This information of Ruth's was  true, in thc main. After seeing Rugglcs, she had questioned her father,  who had told her that thc immediate  success of a Vienna branch was very  uncertain, but that Mr. Hastings had  fixed on a man in the employ of thc  company who seemed to be the person best qualified to make it go, were  this possible.   Mr  Accept "California Syrup of Figs  only���������look for the name California on  the package, then you are sure your  child is having the best and most  harmless laxative or physic for the  little stomach, liver and bowels. Children love its delicious*fruity tastfc. Full  directions for child's dose on each  bottle.     Give it  without  fear.  Mother! You must say "California."  Farmers' Account Book  Saskatchewan Credited With Produc*  ing Over Half of Wheat  Grown in Canada  In point of both yield and value oi  wheat, Saskatchewan leads among the  provinces. Of the ioial product last  season, it is credited with 97,933,000  bushels, or slightly over 50 per cent.  This should be worth about $200,000,-  000, or at least one-half of the entire  value of thc wheat crop of the -whole  Dominion.  Manitoba comes second with 43,-  206,000 bushels, all of this with the  "exception of 93,000 bushels being  spring wheat. The value is approximately $90,000,000. Thc acreage was  2,880,331, or about 100,000 less than  in 1918. The average yield, was 15  bushels per acre.  Alberta's yield was 26,131,000 bushels, of which all bui 680,000 bushels  was spring wheat. The value stands  at about $53,000,000. The area sown  was 400,000 acres in excess of that  of 1918, and the average yield 6.25  bushels per acre.  British Columbia's crop was 1,43.1.-  000 bushels.  Commission of Conservation Prepare  A Valuable Book For Use of  Canadian Farmers  Farming is a business, and if it does  not pay, the farmer wants to know the  reason.    Some record of receipts and  expenses, together with an inventory,  must be kept if he is to know how his  business is prospering.    An inventory  should be taken at the beginning and  end of the farmer's year, this iist to  include   live  stock,   feed,  implements,  etc.     Thosc   who   keep   no   accounts  LET "DANDERINE"  SAVE YOUR HAIR  Get r!d ef every bit of that  ugly dandruff and stop  falling hair  .  r'l  I*  '���������'Hi  i I  >���������>.    .1  ilil  llr'llH  *..'ll'l        li  Uiuh.  i oakc  "Mi  *...        I',      *-  ! n r,.;'in ���������  fl!      ,.!;<���������  n n ul    i  Thr*       Mb  A'in-le"  ���������  IJ' I If I'  b.-.-n i.;  ;!..������������������    !'  '���������ieji'ii i  iiii,  ,   [  adore1 Turkish coffee!" cried  "De)   you   suppose     ihcy     can  i''   properly   here?"  "I.'"li:i e*'H>." sn id Fll|-*'fd������'S.  '*,,ii.   ;���������   v. li'/li*   <>nlfit   and   makes  in,    "/i-fy   day  about   this   time,  i    '\.ii'une'   down    to   the   office  ���������II   '���������' -ii   !'i  soid   him   up?"  li ��������� .-.:. 1. :..T 'ii iii* *ia1m*-* Jot'cfh ���������  I'i,i ilu- Ihiiu;," saiel she. " lint  ���������     (o* t,   ;eri'*   yon   very   excited   at  have, at best, only an estimate of  Dovvning.wVo likidi thcir business, and cannot consider  to talk business with his children (as^my one phase of the farm*operations  what man docs not when these chil- distinctly enough to know whether it  drcn arc actively and intelligently in-   pavs or not.  tcrestcd  in   his  affairs),  had  gone  nn,   '.' .   ,      , ���������.���������*<���������-,(-.  to say thai lhc company proposed to I An account book consisting of 28  open a big retail store in Rome and l^Ke ruled pages has been prepared  that Mr. Hastings had recommended by the Commission of Conservation,  as manager of this establishment a | and wjil'be supplied free to bona lido  young  man  named   Rugglcs who had ��������� t .     i. ���������        i i- i    i ���������  been   for   s,,,uc   years   with   thc  com.l.farmcrs on request.    It is published in  pany and whoso father Mr. Downing  remom-bcred as one of their factory  employees who hael invented some  very exc.ellrnt machines for shaping  am  i  I'funilv about Rud-hs, and Mr. Down-1 contains sonic valuable information  ing    had    r*:ulily    promised    that    he'atid  hints  for agriculturalists, togcth-  t,u5y.er with a calendar of  1919,  1920 and  1921.     Thc   book   is   printed   in   both  rmcrs on request.    It is published ini ^KJ^"������  thc hope of introducing a simple and      A liltle ''O^derine" cools, clear.r-c*  efficient form of farm accounting, and  and makes    the feverish, itchy  seal)  of   encouraging   farmers   to   adopt   a | soft and pliable; then this stimulatim  .... , u   ,. .     , practical  system  of bookkeeping.    I��������� ��������� tonic penetrates  to the  famished  bar.  uul stitching shoes.   Kuth, on recciv-1 '    ������ roots,    revitalizing    and    mvigoraliti;.-  ng   this   iulonnalio.i,   had    told    her! a^mon to the ledger leaves, the book. ��������� hair in theVad. thus stoppi.n..  As  '.i-swe-cd.     "Why  ev IK'II  ,1.      I'  Vl  I     I  !',!   I,  i i *,*,' t I <e     '���������(ii'i*  eloWI'l,      V.'l'l'ell'l       V'Ml  ���������Ji'vl-    ill.lrh*      good       ���������-"  ', ,    I >e>\\ ii iii i',"    U ii)',-  'I   don'i   e*. .i:stili-i   (m*  ...  ,,l,      ������������������nriel M:il,--  ,*   it,   i.,.u<";   of   |ihu'-  i ,    jr ill,   ill ,in )'    die   hi ��������� 1  I I' i     I,n .un ss   ;uiel    lei  I,        ii    -. '      ..... i! i ,    1111! 11  ��������� p!)      ilu*     e oinjian V        I  Or     iiii      .-' I',    -.mil*      i i-i v .  to     |'l hi |>      i     f i ���������*���������.'.'     '.I'l'*  in.'  h*   ,i   (e nil   of   iii y >-e*l I  I     ,*. ,e i       I 11 ������*fl.   vv'li������*ii    I 'e|  should   have   the  position.     ...^     ...-...-, , cr  were li-aviun  Taiis the following' day,1  Uuth  hael  I'lino  to  thc  store    to    tell  I.* II i    r. 1 ������������������,*      nl'     ..   l.-.e      1.    ,     .,-.j,rl,e      r...,.r.,'t  and arriveel in time to sec him whisked away  by   I'cmhredcc.  Kut'gh's, knowing nothing of all  this, leceivcel her ill format ion with a  r.i'.*-tain   ainmnl   of  skepticism.  I Te> be colli illlle-ll.^  French  and   F.nr;lisli, and in  forward  ing   requests   for  a  copy,  should   the! ���������ess, color and thickness  applicant prefer the text in the French;     A  few cents buys a b<  Me n have* faith in what thcy believe  emlv  whi'ii  lhey want to believe it.  mytm wtwx t-01 tr- 0-������-i>e f!.->t<*f������fi*<t ���������������������������������������������������,*!������>%,  *fJlUXi.',V5:\\r.A\.     K--.--, your  k-.tf.t  ' mfummtt^f^^ :>tre>in-   and  trIr.ilth/    II  iii' y\ ire- ' .i-i.irf   lo h, lit  tin,    it      . I' 11 ' ',    I I r , I *r I r   i r,  (i)l|;ifn(*d en' (ii .'nnl.i'r il.  Iinr ivlnl lln'  inn   ,,.    . ,,n<    r, ���������.   . 11. ,.,,.' ,.    ,...,.  f\X all I >iuy,|/i.*tfi m l-anaei.t. Wrrc tee   ii.������-  It'.i.x !������,.,.!���������    pM.t.i.tm l'd.r.,H.t..t',.4:*ilrXi,l\   |l    S . A ��������� i  Hid       li.l'.'l-  111,  II' /  I.ini-eel   !'   i:,..  I I , r , , I , ' >.' |l,  il:<    ���������, toflcs  1111 I  *.   iti   11  .' I    1111 ��������� v ' v i  I un  .It  i,  language this should bc stated. A~ thc  supply of these account books is necessarily limited, farmers shoul.l  lose no time in sending in tlu-ir requests, addressing thc Commission of  Conservation,  Ottawa,  Out.  Play   Safe  The money value of a man includes  the cost  of  his upkeep and relocation  from   his   birth   till   In*   becomes   self-  the   hair    falling    out,    getting    thiu  scraggly or fading.  After a  few applications  of  "Dan  dt-rine" you seldom find a fallen li;;i.  or a particle of dandruff, besides cv*v>>  l,.,5r    Khnvtin    tsstsr/v    life*.    viiTf>r.   lirlv'l'.t  s.  bottle of de  lightful "Danderine" at any drug -v  toilet counter.  |������a^/>*.  % *-*���������������.,<������ I. il in mi'���������i-inini .1 r.n iwi.imh.w ������iwrrrr*. v���������4   td  , I   >i.r,.������ \ 'r~0Xi.4���������i.0. 04������00t~. MxXiiLLr���������  , $r  I lit   I e    llvl..vyll  ***������.. -7-4dm&sum'iAXS4������t0t4m4~, .*m"  tmi>|ieo 11111_-,.   i ii.  ;ii:.-.c.ul  of  a liability.  This dciiionst rates lh<^ ce-otinmir  loss lo thc community when ihrough  un ai-riih-nl he is incapaciiatcil and  unable to carry on hi-; wort. All th������*  Cor.t of hiiui'iii;*: I'.itn fo \\'<* rro'iiiu;*  nt.iKC i������ wasted and he again becomes j  U    Uineieie    eiei    >-n i> ,_/  Three thirift.i are needed to devi-lo,  the   Dominion   livestock   induatiy   on  pennanent lines: first, improved qttal  ity   in   onr   m������������:it   aniuials-   srrofiel,   a  marked increase in breeding animal:;;  and third, a Btcady supply for thc ab  batoirs, year its, year nut.  It is the want nt  hialtii unit ���������nui:������*'  wealth���������ior a physician.  no  a ti t  e -1  mmm-dt   Si u     *in  PfE ntioMi.u- -iny wlt������>  'ir:. 11������t> t"  vv.  N.  U.  KtllP.  tuffrl  y wli  m** ^^^ l"fc*. ,���������������������������, ������''<'tn������t*  MM IJiM ^y*n^ 4 111 wle)\l    ������)!>������>������*-  ^^^ -^^     ntle-.il    r������(|iltl*net.  kiiiI   na   onrtnliily   eiiira   yeni     iKIei.  e.  tm* .   u\\  ili-eitoiu. ������*.!'  tCttliiailiioii.   lllit"te Hi  Oo.,   Krhiilloil,  Jl .IT i.lll tl.       .'r.hllklii t*r   Ll\,A.    iir,w  il   >r.r.i    i.........      ,'v   ��������� ?,  H~y*lt  XXX'-' etuOlU'l/rrM. ^i���������Xxll-l Ltr y~d   \j* I-������ ���������*. W ���������  *m*mM*mm*.mx**** :?-fPJZ'ZZ:  UM  ':'L~::-^hn^'iSn*'r--ri-*:d^40m'.:  d\-rX  :Ui-  IM!  Million JDbiiar  Deal In Wheat  mj������"i  r- t. i^mt00i 0.  ���������use warm 'wafer and  Bafey*s ������wa Soap.  Wash in warm waterwith Baby's  Own Soap���������rinse weii and dry  perfectly���������and   your   ~~-  ~'"  An export permit has been issued  for 300,000 bushels of Alberta wheat  for shipment to the United States,  says the Lethbridge Herald. Most of  it is expected to go to Montana via  Lethbridge and Coutts.vt This wheat  was purchased by a Montana elevator  company for distribution to farmers  from its line elevators. The price is  understood to have been $3.25 per  bushel, so that the deal involves practically a million dollars. It will take  about two hundred cars, or five trains,  to move thc grain.  -ana   your  sicm  ������ CX.   Z.-.A    ��������� ���������   rxixrx-.  WC OV/ll O.UU. ucvci  *~na,������r.  "Best tor Bal. an<%3csifcfv<ni."  Albert Soaps Limited, M&a., Montreal,  "Will  ISO  rujoi-ni  WIS! Keep Alive  Memory of Crimes  A French society called "La Ligue  Soixyeinez Voua" (the League of Recollection) is trying to keep alive, after the ratification of peace, the memory of German crimes committed during the war, By posters, pamphlets,  pictorial stamps and lectures it conduct's , "ait - anti-German campaign,  throughout the world. Branches have  been established ia "Uraguay, Argentine, Brazil, the United States, aud  other countries m North and South  America. In all, tSe society counts  as many as 23,000 members.  DURING WINTER  Coughs   and  Colds Mean  Restless Nights  OS  a  ���������which sap the vitality.  Dsnfisr l~t~s la every  hour a cold is allowed  to run. Assist nature  to bring your children  ���������quickly back to health  andstrength and avoid  A&eiovu* complications f  * by the prompt use of   / ���������  .AV.......    C.���������..~  __  r...m���������      0      I  viay s  xsjivtxid ���������*   ���������0 years in use.  Always buy the  Lara* Sis*  i Colds and Diseases May Be Avoided  i If the Blood Is Kept  I .-.      Pure   .  j    Do not let your blood get thin this  ! winter.    For people who have a ten-'  j dency towards, anaemia, or bloodless-  ,.������..i..t--������.^,.������..���������..������..������,������������������.������������������������������������������������'������������������������-������������������������������������������������������������;���������**'������������������-���������������������������������������-���������������������������������������������'���������"*��������� ness, wintor is a trying season.^ a^aclc  If   Bilious,   get   your  Pep and Color back  with "Cascarets"  Are You Asleep ? Or Wide Awake ?  If the former, doa't read this; if sli-fe and ready  to make money, read this carefully.  "NO-KNOCKS"  CARBON   DESTROYER  and GAS SAVER  UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED  to safe 25 to -40 per cent, -gasoline, eliminate* carboa, makes  eTCTy car run smoother, and giye wore "pep."  Apply to your local dealsr -or  direct     Assets  wasted  is.  territory or towns still open.  Made in  Canada  ������������������������   ^ J' D- ADSHEAD  COMPANY,  7t7;���������_2 mm. ^mtm-mm  Alberta Irrigation  Farmers Successful  -\&  &XK  rjTis\  *^������sf*rst^^  burred Tongue, Bad Taste, Indigestion,. Sallow Skin, and Miserable  Headaches come from a torpid liver  and sluggish bowels, which cause the  stomach to become filled with undi- blood  aas  gSS&'g ���������&fi@������3 Roof ���������������������il$G3ffl&  A ~afe, reliable repulating  medicine. Bold la three do-  crooa of BttenKth���������-No. 1, SI;  No. S, 93; No. 8, ������3 per box.  Bold by all drufigists, or sent  ������ repaid oa receipt of firiee.  reo pamphlet.- Address:  THS COOK IWEDlCIKe COM  T0SOMTO. CH?. (FsTssrij Wls-iur.)  erected, food which sours and ferments,  forming acids, gases and poisons. Cascarets tonight will five your bilious  liver and constipated bowels a_thor-  ough cleansing and have you feeling  clear, bright and as fit as a fiddle by  morning. Cascarets ne\rer sicken or  inconvenience you like nasty Calomel,  Salts, Oil, or griping Pills. They work  while you sleep.  of exercise and fresh air, and tho  more restricted diet, are among the  many things that combine to lower  the tone of the body and deplete the  Speaking- of the skin games, tne  beauty specialist has the rest of the  bunch  skinned a block.  Prince Albert Bank Clearings Still  Increase  The Prince Albert bank clearings  for the week ending January 15 amounted to $531,648.76. The clearings  for the corresponding week of last  year were $345,734.85, showing an increase of $185,913.91, or approximate-  1*^   IA   f������r-r.������-   /-ix^tt-     cn.   fo������*   -frl-Mra   irAor*  "The eternal  misfitness  of  things"  would often be more appropriate.  The Nova Scotia "Lumber King"  says:  "I consider MINARD'S LINIMENT the best LINIMENT in use.  I got my foot badly jammed lately.  I bathed it well with MINARD'S  LINIMENT, and it was as well as  ever next day.  Yours very truly,  T.   G.   McMULLEN.  Some people grumble because they  can find nothing to grumble at.  ���������^ZpZp:Zt^fr^  To Cure a Cold in One Day  Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE  (Tablets.) It stops the Cough and Headache and works off the Cold. E. W.  GROVE'S signature on each box.   30c.   -  Ac ennn a������ v-fiii notic* tli������ ti*r.*������<-J feel-  ing, lack of appetite and shortness of  breath that are warning symptoms of  thin blood, take a short course - of  treatment with Dr. William** Pink  Pills. Do not wait until the color  has entirely left your cheeks until  your lips are white and your eyes  dull. It is so much easier to correct  thinning of. the blood in the earlier  stages than later. This is well illustrated in the case of Mrs. E. Williams Elk Lake, Ont., who say������: "I  take great pleasure in letting you  know the benefit I have found in the   -C  T\-    IXTl-llZ ������������   X>:>.1.   T>:i1a     t   w,4,m  UaC     \JL     A-dL.       VV  LX.LSXXtX*        X   ...���������������������    A   0..m.     0.      ..ar.*.  in an aneamic condition, and was  very weak and run down. The least  exertion would leave me breathless,  land it was with difficulty that I did  household work. I was advised to try  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, and after the  use of four boxes I felt like a new  person. In fact, my system seemed  filled with new energy and new life.  I strongly recommend this medicine  to all who feel weak or run down."  The purpose of Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills is to build up. the blood. They  do this one thing arid they do it well.  They are for this reason an invaluable remedy in diseases arising from  bad or deficient blood, as rheumatism,  neuralgia, after-effects of the grip or  fevers. The pills are guaranteed to  be free from opiates or any harmful  drug and cannot injure the most delicate system.  You can procure Dr. "Williams' Pink  Pills through any dealer in medicine,  or they will be sent-you by mail at  50 cents a box, or six boxes for $2.50,  by writing direct to The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co,. i5rockville; Uat.  Farmers on irrigated land in Alberts have had an opportunity of showing their products beside those of farmers in the irrigated districts ������f Idaho  with a result very favorable to the  farmers of Alberta.  In an exhibition of irrigated crops  held at Pocatello, Idaho, they woe  first prize for oats, field peas, garden  beans, red clove? and sheaf of wheat,  and second prize for white clover.  The. successful competitors were A.  Carrow, R. B. Sangster, Don H. Bark  and the Federal Land Company, all  ta.  VICTORY   BONDS  Bought and Sold  Recommended for Investment  Write for Infonnatina��������� 1  -*    ���������*���������������    -Her * t-������-*t������t-i*,*������ 1  704 Mclntyre* Block, Winnipeg   ]  O-ff     Tim.m\m..r'm  t\     M-iVW-iV^  Mix*.   ,  -**.mh~>**A   j  Ho. 1 for Bladder Catarrh.   Ho. 3 for BIo&A ft  KZVI*A  1*kl������AA������rAM %&m      0   0r,m tt*.0U.m.tm TVT..V.~mmmmm  SA���������0 v.rr������rwr.r     <4v. *������ XtJx KjBxtdXXAt.   T* mm*AL~0000.  Sp*L.p5VL-SAS:KQCSSv!ST5. rRiCEIH SN01.AHOA8-  Dk .LKCl.*rRCM������d.Co.,E������Ter������toekRd.,K W J.t*aaxJ*>a.  SS* TRAD* -MAXKXD  WORB  ' THEHAPrOH *   Et Ot  BRix oovt. -sxut xrwixmo TO OSNBIKK PACSSTS.  "SYRUP OF FIGS'  Off  i .Has 11 ^  V^l U4mm*  T~J  a%tgiv������inm  WAHHUr  xi nr ta m m . w ho  took at tongue! Remove poisons from little stomach,  liver and bowels  The man who knows enough to attend to his own business knows about  all that is worth knowing.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, Ktc.  The general situation seems to be  pretty well summed up in the confession of an Atchison negro: "I sleeps  well, and I eats well, but somehow I  has no desiah to work."���������Kansas City  Star.  The brave conductor deserves the  fare.  Tvlinard's Liniment Cures  A ipn ihe* it  It is easier to be wrong than it is  to be President.  A Problem for the Editor  ��������� It lias been asked whether stepping  on a man's corns gives provocation  for swearing. Answer: Keep the toes  clear of corns by using Putnam's Corn  Extractor. It's the best, 25c. at all  dealers.  nt. \J4\t 11ll A M* Tfi ~tf-atf.~l. S  vtb i t~t~< ������nn i iv fu-JviB ������  t������s tests eb-saS SH***BTHQSN CAT-TLB 11  Tk-hrstSSesthstssssssiSm-iAsZ Writste-sgss* 5  T.Usrr to-e-Uy for FBEE PUBLICATIONS, ueS g~s I  yew BBmaeB onr-tree SBBlUagUst. 8  DOMINION SHORTHORN   SREEOEd't AMOCI 1  W.A.Drydca.Prss, 6.S.5Jay.B������s.     ��������� S  Broakllfl. Oa*. Goclph.Ost  |  I Americas Pionear  B Dog SemedlcB  BOOK ON  DOO    DISEASES  and How to Fuel  Mailed    Fre*   to   any  Address by the  H.   C*LAY"*GLOVEa  |  tf^r^.        Tiff fl  11B    West   Mat-itrcet. 1  New York. U.S.A.     I  * CK  CHOICE  SILVER  S*.a  breeding foxe3. Instructions. Reid  Bros., Both well, Ont, Canada.  StlUlXj-iX   %J~.Ui~,lXmi  Dominion Expreia Hon-- Order* aro oa  aale ia 6to thousand oSices tTurousIiout Canada.  The man������ who owns a paste diamond isn't necessarily an Irishman just  because he wear* a sham-rock.  'California'  only���������look for the name California on  the package, then you are sure your  child is having the best and most  harmless laxative or physic for the  little stomach, liver and bowels. Children iove its delicious fruity taste.  Full directions for, child's dose on  each bottle. Give it without fear.  Mother! You must say "California."  The Bachelor  Nearly every young man who is at  all promising is soon landed hy soma  woman. When a man^remains a bachelor, it usually means that there In  something wrong with him, and that  women do not put their minds to  catching him.  Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured  bf looal applications, a* tier cannot reach  tha diseased portion of tha ear. There la  onl/ ona way to cure Catarrhal Deafness,  and that ia by a constitutional remedy.  HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE acta  through the Blood, on the Mucous Surfaces  of tha System. Catarrhal- Deafnesa is caused  hy an iaSatned condition of the mucous Mti-  !nr c! the Euttaehlun Tubes. When this tube  is inflamed you hare a rumbl:n*r sound or  ImnerJect hearln*r, and when it is entirely  closed. Deafness is ths result. Ualesa ths  inflammation can be reduced and this tuba  restored to its normal condition, hearing may  be destroyed forerer. Many cases jof Deafness ���������re csused ..y --^.atarrs, '-nuicn a������ sq xx.-  flamed condition of the Mucous Surfaces.  ONE HUNDRED DOIXAR3 for any  caso of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot bo  cured by HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE.  AU Drur-Uta 75a    Circulars free.  3?. J. Chenty ~t Co. Toledo, Ohio.  Familiarity with danger ia  breed contempt for it.  apt to  Viua.ft.wy tounis m ^waa twa  No coal oil bnt tho bent is good enough. Every  occasion calla Ior quality. A clean, refined oil  that bums without ooot or omoico, that Qoea into  useful energy to the last drop���������that'll the oil te  choose for your cook-atove, henter, lamp, tractox  or stationary engine.  You  can't   buy   belter   cosl   oil   llian   Imperial'  Royalite.    tt   is   a   aupernor   product,   rettned   t<������  lucel iveiy Luown test to which oil can bo subjected. It Is the name uniform quality euywhero  you buy it   Gives the mint full satisfaction for  ���������������* *���������     i ���������������  i . -    ,.,,.,..,,  ���������IM     llUWU,     ���������1.0.     ~L      ..fc......to     yurjr-i.-.-.  It'a  for aale by tleslers  -fTrrywhere  !n  Canada.  Costs no more than ordinary coal olL  I  Farm Land Values  Increasing  High   Prices  Are  Paid   for  Alberta  Farm Lands.  The assertion that the price of $100  an acre paid for 6-10 ncrcs of land near  Noble-ford, Albcrla, last week, was a  record price for Alberta land has  brought several instances from correspondents of equally high prices  having been paid during the last two  years.  ���������In the spring of 1918, E. A. Grant  ���������s'bld William Buxton 65 acres of land  adjoining' the town of Barons, Alberta, at $100 an acre. The same spring,  Clias. Welsh, of Barons, sold Spenca  Truman 1*15 acres near the town at  $100 an acre, thc cash payment being  $5,000. In 1919 John Warnoclc, of  Barons, purchased a half section near  thc town at $100 an acre, the cash  payment being $6,000. Still another  deal was made whereby A. C. Men-  denhall, of Barons, bought AS acres  at $118 an acre. \V. A. Moore, of  Baron3, has had two offers of $100  each for his land, with cash payment  of $25,000.  Old Age Oefeirecl  BY DR. LEE H. 8MITH.  Business mon who must speed up the works and make bualnewj  boom during thcao days--af tor the v.rar���������muot rccognita thc necessity of keeping fit. When mind is bofogged, when you have dull  headashes er fee! Jo**"-*   wTi������w not "nn ifco snuff."  keeo the bowels  ���������*w *mmtt^ mrm T* .mm ���������r mm       -w -w ~ ���������  -m ^ t?*/     9 *m  free with a mild laxativo. In tho morning take a tepid sponge bath  (cold water may bo used if it does not chill), follow with a brisk rub  down; a sufficient "setting up" oxercioo in good air until you are in  a warm glow.   Havo you tried it lately?  Don't lot the poisons accumulate in tho intestines eituer, but try  n dose of caator oil th������ firat thing on m-ining, or a jVleagant laxative  occasionally ,ouoh aa ono made up of May-apple, aloin and jalap, rolled  into a tiny Hiicjar-coatod pill, and Bold In overy drufc atoro &s Dr.  Piorco'n Ploaaant rellotai. Then a cup of hot water before breakfast,  aud you'll feel better than a klngl If you continue in lifo thus, you  can pc!*!! a Lifo Innumnce ���������"T^rnlnntion ������t sixty.  emu wir-tin���������mm  mam  ' i-owt'Z ��������� 11'e.U ��������� ���������rlrtght  ��������� !Lul)i! Ki\i\p.\ A     '  ^  mmmiSmm  I'olileiK-s-s is like an air cushion---  there maiy be nothing in it ,but it  cases  the uolts  wonderfully.- -Anon.  W.      N.      U,  iSOl  lo. InorontK*. your ('lianc^-i for a Icn:*r life, ycu should drink p!cnty cf  Roft (rain) or distilled water daily between meals. Then procur-? at tha  drug store Dr. Plerco'a Anurio (antl-urlo-acld). Thin ���������'Anuric"' drives  tho uric acid out and rcllovw backache and rheumatism, aa well ~~~  ktdnpy troublo,  Anurio ���������di-'iolviMi uri<3 flclcS as hot t-o* dissolve* uufcar.  mwiimin meat  /PL  r,,.-t   -   \  ���������ttimi  .-���������j-'toiWt^-Weelit^WWW**,^  ���������ffl^mMm-swiw-TB^'it^w*^^ .  SMB9B. ._        .  __  -i-SMSCTmnac  ./���������*   ���������-.  rmiT  US''.-CBESTCK JSEVIS^  TUF. PPCCTnw RF\f!Pl������j  Issued every Friday at Crestoii. B.C  Subscription : S2 a vein- in advance  S2-50 to U.S. points. "  C. F. Hayes, Editor and Owm  r*  ORESTON. B.C., FRIDAY,  FEB.  13  LETTERS TO THE EBiTOR  1  I  s  mxa wefg ������s-?s*j    ss  EeitorBeview.  '-S-S-SSSgig-WSS  SIR,���������At tlie regular ifieeting of  tlie Great War "Veterans Association, held at Creston on Feb. 5th,  bhe following resolution was unanimously passed, and I have been instructed to hand same to you with  request that you will publish same  in the next edition of your paper ih  order that the matter of the urgency of the issuance of a statement  by the Provincial Government of  their policy with regard to the land  at Lister may be brought to the  attention of those most interested.  Duly moved ard seconded:  "That this Association views  with great dissatisfaction the  strongly defined rumors of disagreements, disruption and unsatisfactory treatment of the returned soldiers now on th.-* land  at Lister Settlement with the  Provincial Government Land  Settlement Board, and that the  Provincial Executive of this Association be communicated with  to use their influence with the  Provincial Government with a  view to have the Provincial Government issue a statement of the  policj' which it intends to pursue  in dealing with Soldier Settlements at the earliest date."  Duly moved and seconded:  '"That a copy of this resolution  he   handed  to the editor of   the  Crestoii REVIEW with a request  that it be published."  Yours sincerelj7,  C. B. Garland.  Secretary G.W.V.A.  Ghuroh History  and its attendant crimes, without temple, endowment house, or secret order,  worship in the open like other church  organizations, unquestioned and unmolested."  Also from the same record under  date of Dety 17th, 1906, we find the  following from a speech made by  Senator Dubois of Idaho, who was a  member of the same committee:  "It is only fair, I.think, for me to  say, and I am glad that the distinguished Senator from Michigan (Mr.  Burrows) treated' upon it the other  day, that there is a branch of the  Mormons, called the 'josephites' who  ought to be separated clearly in the  minds of all the Senators from Erig-  hamite Mormons The Joseph-  ite Mormons with their headquarters  at Lamoni, in the state of Iowa,   and  wherever they are, no matter in what  part of the country, are among    the  best of our  citizens  in all respects.  They   do   not   believe   in   polygamy;  they never practiced polygamy. They  discountenanced it.    They do not be-  j lieve  in church dictation in political  | affairs.    They are the same as other  church organizations, and to their re-  . iigion no one has any objection."  1    The following is of the very high-  i est evidence as will be noticed.      A  building which was built before    the  death of the Prophet was under consideration.    The question was :   Who  are the legal owners of the property  of the original church? Both branches  claimed   that   they   were   the   lawful  continuation of the said church.    The  evidence was submitted by both sides  and  the  Court  findings  were  as  follows : _    ~  "In uourt of Common Fleas, Lake  County, Ohio, February 23, 1880. Hon  L. S. Sherman. Judge.  "That the Church in Utah, the Defendant of which John Taylor (successor io Brigham Young) is President, has materially and largely departed from the faith, doctrines, laws,  ordinances, and usages of said original Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, and has incorporated  into its system of faith the doctrine of  Celestial Marriage and a plurality of  wives, and the doctrine of Adam-God  worship, contrary to the laws and con-  eafitnt-inTi  nf do-ir-l   Ariarmol   /-������Vii������-*������/-r1-i   ������������������     **_..������      ���������__0..-.*,_      xr���������.��������� xr.x.  "And the Court do further find that  the plaintiff, the Reorganized Church  of Jesus Christ of_ Latter Day Saints,  is the True and J-eawful continuation  of, and successor to the said original  church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day  Saints, organized in 1830, and is entitled in law to all its right and property."  Much more of the same worthy kind  of unquestionable evidence have we,  but surely the above will help your  readers to not confuse the two  churches.  Thanking you in advance for the  favor of putting this matter before,  your readers and wishing the "Review" the success it surely will enjoy as it. grows with the most "romis*1  ing little country of which Creston is  the centre, I have visited in the Northwest.  Yours for the uplifting of us all  J. A. Bronson.  Editor Review:  Sir,���������In view of  the fact that  the  Reorganized   Church   of Jesus   Christ  Gi   xjcLytcT   xjoLy   o&iiiiS,   Wule'ili   lS    Oe3lilg  built up both by way of new members  us well as friends in this part of God's  great world, is misunderstood and mis  represented by the uninformed relative to Mormonism I ask you for a  small space in your worthy little paper that I, as a representative of the  said church, might briefly place before your readers some of much matter of the highest authority that we  have gathered to show our true standing in the Christian world.  April 6th, 3020 the first organization  of the Latter Day Saints was effected.  The body grew to a membership   of  upwards   of   200,000   members   in   14  years���������1844, at which time the Prophet was assassinated by an infuriated  :nob  of  fanatics,  who  bad   failed    in  their attempts   to  do   way   with    him  through  the  courts  of the land.    Another  Judas���������Brigham Young,  of   the  Twelve,  sold   hit?  part and   lot  in   the  Kingdom, not alone for "pieces of silver'*  bnt  also  that other move  loath-  son).*   \t eaknHSses   of   his   "outerman"  ..l.r... L        xl<.        x,.. y.ijl .uu. 1IG        H.U        UI        .ill  apostasy frcni the church. This body  under the leadership of Brigham  Vou ni? u-ent Wf-st to what is now  rtah. in 1.S52 polygamy was introduced as a dogma of Brigham':*)  church. It never wan a doctrine of  the true   Latter Day  Saint's  faith.  The "Brifjhamit.ft apoutasy" in no-  .'-ise destroyed tlie Latter Day Saint  church; in fact, it was merely a "elean-  'irif.*: of the Sanctuary." p'ewor in  number but stronger in determination  ;., nd,.; ui. u> Lin- rue! e>i iron" liie-..se;  who reinaliie-i true to tlielr "first love"  inrlrr the leae!er::hip of the .-ton of the  fivijhet., "Young Joseph," continued  wiih the; ehim-re fJod had placed upon  Mie   church,   unfte-r   the   name   ut   the  " lit ��������� ,i ju;.iii il/.e*i|   C'illlierii.'  In Hiipnort of the above* statement I  .-ailimit   the  following:  From the <'ongrenMional Record of  Wiishington,   I). ('..,  for  December   Kit li,  i:iU(i,     we:    Illlll     Hie;     iollenvillg    ll*i.������rn      U  :;pcecli mad,- ley fsYiii.ileir Run-own who  w;i:i i.hau'iiian of the* Oiilllililtle-e* ou  I'rivilege-H   nnd   e-lee-t lent?,:  "The Reorganized Church of .Ic.'oih  ������lii'i;ti o| l,alli'r Day oiiiniH, wiln li������*ae|  iiuarte'i"! at Lamoni, lo-va, anel president nvi'i' hy Joaeph Smith, a son  of   Hie-   I'roplie'-       Tin*   Criurt-i   liav������-    r<*-  IH'ilte'illv   el('e*)ar"i|    tllhl   firi'llll i'/a > ieili    to  '���������������������������i-    'i'"    '���������':���������** 11 imal e*    aur.i'.i'HMor    of       tlie:  ��������� i i'ir,'iua I    Al'i i'n am    'in. i'li.   .iu!    ,(.'    .ni  licii'iitH,   numbering   norm;   fifty   thoui'.  ��������� niil peaceable*., *.;*. nolle:, .inel law  ahldlitK cltlzetin aeafti'i'i-d throughout  thc fTnlfe-d ,",!atr.: ia ..���������������������������.���������H il.meh ..���������.  '���������letli':;, e onl'oi'lillng lei Mil* la'.v., of  lue-ii eoiililey wlie-l'i ��������� v it llie>y may li''  .11.1! I'lhi . '.r.j. In I li,* i';.|lli ,i;' l I,,. I'i.i.i,  der   of    their   cre'Cel,    re'|nullaling   ami  r I r * I II i II M I * I I I *'      llll"     llril'll'l      i ,'.       l.l.i'nr     ,  Takes Mew Position  ^  ���������v  ^X^KE Demand Will Exceed the  ���������-*��������� Output^  T*1 *i r*>*f*  Vniif  dSr     & Ss* ^s** -%s* J5L   **��������� *   ������L#   b  ~^Jr  M.   %J~. V -5-  T-^Y I  The Ford Company advise that,  on account of toe shortage of raw  material, they entertain no hope of  supplying the demand for Ford  Cars during the coming season.  Our allotment of cars will be  small compared with the demand  thv.t will exist in this territory.   In  *r>  to obtain this allotment it  will be necessary to show the Ford  Company the actual orders.  As Ford Dealers in this district  we are anxious to serve the community to the best of our ability.  By placing your order now you will  assure yourself of getting your car  at a later date. ,  1B  i ���������.���������a  ,  !I  '(  The paragraphs following, taken  from the Victoria Lhiily Colonist, will  be of interest to many of our readers.  Mr. Myers being a property-owner in  the Erickton section, and personally  known to more than a few of the citizens.    The Colonist says:  J. E. Mvei-s, private secretary to the  r.i 1    tj    Tr:-,���������     -Mr:~,:~x.~     .e    T1..1.1:.,  uiiii.   ���������>.  jjl. j-nilj^i   mill-.Suep    ml     1 111111C  Works, will relinquish his duties  at the Parliament Buildings to morrow and leave for Vancouver on Snnday to take up his new task as Secretary to the organizing branch of the  Federal and Proyincial Liberal As  snciatioiis.  The whole of the propaganda and  organization work is to be left to the  Provincial Association and the ap  pointinent of Mr. Myers is tho outcome of a decision to commence educational and organization work iti  both federal and provincial fields.  Information, not only as to what the  Provincial Government is doing, but  also to the merits of the taxation and  social reforms in the now federal platform adopted by the National Liberal  Convention at Ottawa last year, will  be a feature of the work of the new  secretary, whose offices will he located  eil, U'.',t) W.M  DiiU.-T rhiililiiig, Vancouver.  It will he remembered that as n re-  unit  ������if   a   report   Hiibmitted   by   the  special    eoreiMiittce    on    organization  whieh wi\n ;t'iorit-'d by the eonvcuiUon,  I the  committee   for   British   Columbia  wiik   formed   with   the  following per-  I sonnel:    John   Oliver; M. A. Macdon-  liilrl, K.C, M.P.P., chairman;    Charlen  '   ' '      ' ' .(,.!������ *"������������������,,*. i'l    ',   )   ��������� **      "      ���������������������   '1  ,   * '���������  ,ii,.   .., .   ...I l.irii . <   i   , 00,    yr,    x.tLli,  jM.P.P..   Vkl.oiia;      A.  McUae,   K.evel-  ileike ;     J-', (i, I)*twe-on, Prince  Kupcrt;  |C I). Me-Nali. Kant, Kootenay.  N'otwii.b'itar.ding the fact, that Phoenix is the  dead-*-*-,!,   town   in Ihe Jloiui-  .!..; y I'-.oiiii y !.!.( 1 e* iii*.* atill i.oinc feilUi.  ,-r, ���������'       |,.|.       ,1,1        11        l<!      ������,H**l-O..I.K,  ���������ti,   iCiii-jif   ..r P.*,:iii.-i-  haig.' ha', ..tin  e-nean/li fiii-inl.e-i ��������� lei elect ollli'ecM from.  N.-lnem Pn* divlciiriioe   claim to have  *.-. ij.. ���������! .\;r.in-,<i ,,\, tl,,- , l.oe. 1. el,I.i h.<.|  Via, hi *���������.*..��������� 11 ,i-, |iM\ln(' all t la* lit hi*i  e iiiini in' e* ���������< lien,.'.!. MM new inamlii'i")  je.illi el  the*  ehllicll  last   year, Hliel lll.olll  ���������'   e i    . |   , lil , ,.,,    ,11 I   > e,,    ������-.'.,,  . i , ..  , ,. |.,   , ,i  The Co-operative Fruit Selling  Agency at Penticton looks for greatly  increased shipping this year and at  present is preparing plans to double  its warehouse H-ccoBHnodaiion-j  H. Tuddey, a 70-year old rancher  near. Vernon was attacked by a ram  one day last week, and so badly mutilated about the head and face as well  as sustaining other injuries "in the  affray that he died within a few hours  after the mishap.  fUlu rlibuS  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. The new prices  will bc as follows :  Standard Touring Car  (without starter).. ..$740.00  War Tax  . .. .    01.05  Standard   Runabout���������  (without starter).. .  War Tax ...'..,    58.58  Standard Chassis (without .sNiiler)   075.00  No War Titx  One-Ton  Truck (without starter)   750.00  No War Tax  Above cars equipped with  Starter and liifjhtin^  $108.^5 -tjxlrn.  All   prices   f.o.b.   Kord,   Out.  Several Second-hand Forda  one just overhauled. .  We propose importing  Cement and Fertilizers    x  in Carload Lots  You can assist in securing these commodities  at the lowest possible prices by placing -your  orders at once.  LiEVifiTED  Oreston Ante & Supply  U    <���������:    RPUAU    t������-...-.e.e.r  If you are needing  B  ms~\ m ~-~a~ Ei u.  UK or &B!l!lgie������  now is tlie time to buy  We have just  unloaded a  car  of these at Creston  ������anp Oity LmEm Gumpa  Lllvll IfclD  .m^&tom.-ii\%~i^^  ���������'���������XmlmH04%it4lltWIU~^m  -r-."���������'iT' -"Ttyynr^v  ,..'Mtr^>lier-rriIUlMil(Url������uMW^  wiWw-Aiiiiii'lii'rltffl-iPrtillrillil  Hi ���������i,.r.iii..r������������imui. in ...inn ,i. il iit)i������! in.nn,,, i,.,. .,,,,,,,���������i ~,r0~-^,.,ir.ir.''.''-.r0r-..iiti 11...,,.,,i.......������������������;....i..i.H0....i..i.n. i.i... , ��������������������������������� ,������,������^Tl.w^ ,ii,iWi.������m,.-^^-w-������W".>������-������������ir������,i,|'rrrr������i''r,.wr  *Tl*#*'1������������'ia^ :THS^*OB1S*I?0^ BBtiBW  psin  J. A, P0 CROMPTON  Qualified Piatto Tuner  Eight years experience.   Highest references.     Single tuning. $4.      Two  tunings a year, $7.  fv'ARE ASTRAY  awayea onio tne .premises 01 i>ne  undersigned at Corn Crt*?k, brie young  mare about 3 ;years, old; color, dark  bay, or might be calIe3-|>ro\yn;; *^hi$i  star on forebead.i;,.,Owner can ftave  same on paying expenses.  JOE STEVENS,  A       " ���������fi������'v/**  -���������reston, ij'eb. 4, xWoj,  tn  Penman*8  VZ}! T ��������� a.  for Men and  Men's Shirts and Drawers  $1.50  Boy's Shirts and Drawers, all sizes  90c.  m's iffos  in  Cashmere, Lisle, Silk,   Cotton  and All Wool, bought a year ago  but    onlv    arrived    this    week.  Marked very low.  ������B u������ am-v-OmW-  lifted  Clean Groceries  are assured by our  it ary  ter.  It is not enough that pro  visions are pure and una  dulterated.  Dirt, flies, insects, animals  or promiscuous handling  may easily contaminatr the  purest food.  Let others do as they  may���������we are taking no  chances. We have bought  this sanitary counter because we believe it gives  absolute protection to the  goods you buy here.  YOU are invited to inspect it.  General Merchant  ffMftmmmBHblB&  -      Creston  Nelson's loss by fire last year  was  !ess than $21,060.  Ross-Saskatoon    Lumber    Co.,   at  Waldo, is installing Delco electric light  plant in their catnp at that point.  * ZpJ.' V yl >>-- y.x       .-.- ?��������� - '.'??y.  j>$$x^;..-tit the commission earned by  ������;he Victory Loan canyassers at Kaslo  has,, been; donated to the town's hos-  lis.;*'   '       ���������'   ��������� :��������� ''���������  In iQ&Wfitr.qrs bad 65 births and 24  death's. The mortality figures out at  six-tenths of one per cent, of the population.  ��������� The long hoped-for wagon road between Kaslo ,and Ainsworth was  bpbnjed 'fo"r" traffic  the latter part of: I  .tanuarv.      '    ~~.  ; pOf the sevep aldermen at Reyelstoke  'this year four of them are C.P.R. em-  ployees���������two engineers and two con-  iductbrs. ! -v  . During, bis AS years stay in Nelson  English Church pare on Graham claims  to have married 316 couples and taken  256 burials.  .-,"-���������������������������'*��������� f -.'���������  J. R. Hunter is serving his fourth  year as. president of Nelson board of  trade, which has. now a membership  j of almost 100.  Cranbrook-is: looking for considerable of a land boom, and is after the  goyernrnent to open a provincial land  registry office in that city.  A few days ago the Cranbrook  mounted police captured a still that  had enough mash in stock to produce  about 500 gallons of so-called whiskey.  ' Cranbrook has seven pool and billi-  jard:'parlors in operation.  In order to clean up the town and  keep it clean Cranbrook council will  put a thfrd policemen on duty in that  tity.  The Gazette believes Grand Forks  dught to have an auto fire truck. At  present teams are seldom ayailahle to  haul the hose and other equipment to  fires. Last year the town's total fire  loss was $2100.  Mayor Bew-5 is .endeavoring to have  some garage install a carryall auto to  accomodate say fifteen people whic>���������������������������  will be available for Jitney service in  showing tourists the points of interest  in and around the city.  -fessi.  ������������������/^mzzk  'ffPPZZ^  e������.���������.:..������!._ ������...  cAauuiiaiiun sus  ���������"���������^rtifiW*  S-Stm.     tUmrtiXlttm   ������,������    A-SAln-ten*  jss- . -Tr-i-.iViV. ye ^g3;*3ts!������5  Fc'fssi Ranger.  rriTrT'H^    ITS A 'fe/TWW  POSITION  Aa nt 30th November, 1919  Paid-up Capital  Reserve Fund  Loans  Deposits    -  Total Assets   -  $ 15.000,000  15,000,000  283,870,274  393,605,156  479,644,205 49y  m-������00W    ^^^ ^^    ���������    m    ^    n    -g-M^, *tt    0,    y.   -.      .m**     m    m   xm x������  irttL   W\lN/*\Ul/\r>!   JtJAiMK  OF COMMERCE  PAID-UP CAPITAL       - . $15,000,000  RESERVE FUND - - $! 5,000,00*)  CRlteTuN  UltANCl-i, C. O. Bennett, Manager.  Influenza  With the threatened return of  the dread disease it is essential to keep healthy.  Stewed Fruits  taken regularly with the breakfast meal are especially valuable for this "purpose.  We**carry a full Hne of  W\s-.rsA     ~^Art!ixor,c Aj*0rid*d\fc        fi*!*TC  M-ft ttrv.    M   w r-ii-yiy     i2J:r ���������?--������������������--!���������������;      /-,--���������=  Peaches & Pears in cans  Bersert Raisins  Quality goods. ��������� "  Moderate prices.  With the moral reform element in  control of civic affairs at Cranbrook  the city has decided to expend $500 in  increasing the town's  water supply,;  Pentictonites are showing a decided;  tendency to attend church, and the  good inove is neceseitating the Baptist-  and Anglicans erecting new houses of  worship this year. j  WAT BR NOT SOB  DIVERSION AND USE  erness  Wpndei  The Department of lands gives notice of examinations of applicants for Assistance Forest,  Ranger. The salary for the position is ������110  per month and travelling expenses are paid.  TV..-.      -noirin^     rxt     r.x���������xx*���������xrx~..-..     x~i*L  Vxr,     ttrxm     J-U ,-,  mx-x.      xrxr00trxtt     X4X     VrXJJJJ.trjl UtXXltvtl      W ,0.  tivj     x*J0      tltiix.  fire season, with reappointment next year at  ?120 per month, if services prove satisfactory,  and with the prosoect of nromotion by merit to  the permanent Forest "Service as" occasion  clier*?.  Returned eoldiere, "with the necessary quali-  ficatiions will receive -2r*n*'erencc "^*  The examinations wffl he held at the places  and on the dates named below.  February 16-17. "Vancouver.  February 19, Nanaimo.  February 19, McBride.  February 20, Victoria.  February 21, Prince George.  February 23, Vanderhoof.  February 23, Ashcrof fc.  February 24, Powell River.  February 24, Kamloops,  February 24, Smithers.  February 26, Hazelton.  February 28, Nelson.  March 1, Nakusp. ":^'-;-  March 1, Prince nupert.  ~JrL^LVC^-- 3- C5?������4fxi~ir-.T..  March ������ Cranbrook.  March 6, Fernie.  The written and oral examinations are designed to test the iaiovrledgc asd ability of  applicants to perform the duties of Assistant  Forest Rangers. The examination win consist mainly of practical questions on logging,  cruising, surveying, forest protection, etc, but  will also include questions to test the applicant's ability to prepare reports.* Physical  ability and good charater are absolute requirements.  All statements made by applicants'as to  experience, education and fitness are subject  to verification by the department. No persons  other than British subjects will be permitted  to take the examination. Intending annlicantK  should notify the Chief Forester,"Victoria, or.  the District "forester at Vancouver, Princi  Rupert, Prince George, Kamloops, Cranbrcoi  ������*. UAlnAm  V*   X.Xr^r~x^  G.R.NADEN.  Deputy Minister of Lands.  : -. X':  Take' notice _that_R. Helme, whose  address is 1410 Bute Mtreet, Vancouver,  B.C.. will apply for a license to take  arid use 220 Ac. ft: per annum of water  out of Rykert's Creek, which flows l  southwesterly, and drains into east  .side of Kootenay River, about -J-mile  north of International boundary. The  water will be "'"diverted ' froth' tbe  stream at a point a i-mile west from  N.B. cor. Sec. 4, and will be used for  irrigation pur poses .on the land despri-  bed'as S.W. I and W. 6X) acres of S.E.  J Sec. 9. Lot 812. This-notice was  posted on the ground on the- 19th day  of December, 1919. A copy of this  notice and *an application pursuant  thereto and to the ��������� "Water Act, 1914,  will be filed in the office of the Water  Recorder at Nelson, B.C. Objections  to the application may be filed with  the said Water Recorder, oi- 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. HELME. Applicant.  By R. G. HELME, Agent.  The date of the first publication of this  notice is Jan. 23, 1920.  B there any  Meat in the  House?  This is. the first question that presents itself  to ths housewife ������f an  unexpected yisitor drops  in for a meal. But why  worry ?  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon *  Finest  Quality  Cooked Han-  Lunch Meat  Bologna, -&e.  are always to be had  here. In meats nothing  quite equals 'Shamrock'  products.  m a  & GO., Ltd.  ti*iid+-"-m  -V-tf������������tf  hOKOTIJY   WnUYlP.S, \vIk������ nrt-.\U-<\  mu-h  a  l*,.ve*.-*M),],- irnnfe-^io',  "ITeai-fc of Humanity," who will he neon iu "Destiny" at tli������- IV.-  ..   \*r   ,i. ...... .       ���������    *  ,  .,������.       ..   x....... ,.,,,t,      .1111^,...,  ef > snanniiiBiiis  :ni i  Minimum price of first-class land  reduced to $5 an acre; second-class to  52.60 an acre.  Pre-emption now confined to -surveyed lands only.  Records will be granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purposes  and which is non-timber land. v  Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  but parties of not more than four may  arrange for adjacent pre-emptions  with joint residence, but each making  necessary improvements on respective  claims,. ' ' v%*    ' ���������.  Pre-emptocs musi occupy claims for  five years and make improvements to  value of $10^ per acre, including cleear-  ."������ s.tttx cultivation of afc ieasi 5 acre*-;,  before receiving Crown Grant.  Where pre-emptor In occupation not  less than 3 years, and has mp.de proportionate imnfOvements. he mav. he-  cause of ill-health, or other cause, be  granted intermediate certificate of improvement and transfer his claim.  Records without permanent residence may be issued, provided appli-  S?/-?,5 rr,-ai'C:; improvements to extent ot  ?300 per annum and records same each  year. Failure to make improvements  or record same \vi!l operate aa forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained in  less than 5 years, and improvements  of 510.00 per acre, including 5 acres  cleared ai.d cultivated, and residence  of at least 2 years are required. *������  Pre-esnptor heldirg* Crown ���������������������������������������  may record anMher pre-emption,Tf he  requires land in conjunction" with his  farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made  and residence maintained on Crown  granted land.  Unsurveyed areas, hot exceeding^u  acres, may be leased as homcKitcs:  title to be obtained aitcr fulfilling- resl-  "ential and Improvement conditions.  For grazinfir and industrial purposes  areas exceeding 610 acres may fee  leased by one person or company.  Mill, factory or Industrial sites on  timber land not exceeding 40 acre*  may be purchased; conditions include  payment of stumpage.  N������tur������l   hay   meadows   inaccessible  b^ f.*5.lst!n,K t*oads nmy b0 purchased  conditional upon construction of a ronrt  to them. Rebate of one-hnif of cost of  road, not exceeding half of purchase  price. Is made.  PRE-EMPTORS' FREE GRANTS  ACT.  The *^ona of this Act la et������lurK������*d to  Include Ah persons Joining and serving with Ills Majeaty-8 Korcea. The  time within which the helra or devisees  of a deceased pre-emptor may apply  for title under this Ac* |s extended  rrom for one year from tho death of  Buch person, as formerly, until one  year attcr tho conclusion of tho present  wui-.    This privilege la also mado rc-  No fecn rclntlnc to pro-cinptloiu!\uv  due  or  payable  by  Roldleru on     nrc-  <>inptlons recorded after June 2G.    IK  Taxes are remitted for five years'   '  Provision for return of moneys accrued, duo nnel been j>al.| :,lnco AukuM  -i, VJlt, on account nt *.,���������.���������>.*, -,   ;  or taxes on soldiers* pre-empTions  Interest on ugreemems to purchase  t,������,'SYn.0,r- oUy lotri ,h0,d hy ������ncinh������.r������ of  AUle.1 forces, or dopundc-nts. nceiuircd  direct or Indirect, remitted from fc���������.  Ilatment to March 31. l(e20.  ������������������SItW-Plinr'l-l'-.rl-.'rT-r-,./-      ryv-      imrxry..,.,  .     -   x.'?x~L.      *���������" Lrt.LdvVl.  LANDS.  i ^eJvi^iull uiuilu fur i:i.*.uai.e*n ������.i  Crown Kiantii to suh-iiurchaserH of  Crown I .ji. nd ii. acquiring rights from  purc)w������*;<-jjt who failed to compline  purchni***. Involving forfelturf- on fni-  inlieuiii or i-oiieiitloiiK or purohnt-u* m  terest nml tnxos. Where :iul������-pun-hu---  cr������ do not claim whole of original m-i-.  eel, purchuso price el no and taxes muv  b������ i1)Ntrlhtit<*<t prope.rii,,rmf(.|y ,,V(/,  Whole    ttti.a. A|i|.l!������ ;itie,i>H    nirr-t     |���������.  CRAZINCi.  t;r&xitiK   Act,   li*i:-������.   for     Hystemalie  dever*>|opiiu*nt  Of  l|vr*st're*l{  Iruti-.rtrv  <....  viiic:;   re.r  grus-mg   ������i..*,tri<:iM  and "ri'���������g.-  admlul������tratlon    ut,<l.*r    <."<iiiiinl-.'*i.,ri,.|  Ai.nu.il   *,;:../ii.K   ������������������.ueui.-.   lh; u.-,i   t>uM������-ei  on nurnlKive raii:<"l. !>:.������.r.ty u.t r.,\,A,-  1l."hfil     <���������-.'.���������-..-r: .        !'|i , 1;   .  ...., , ,%     ,J( >v  forret   An.-ejeiul I.u i.   f������'r  lliclll.        ill.,    Ir.  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JI UUJ unul  nan ni/>pTnni ins r  !  On Face and HandSt Itched and  Burned, Cuticura Heals*  I  I  "My bsby was only s month old  -when her ������aco and hands started to  ^-=-^n^    get red and scaly.    The  f^^-Vl eczema started in tne fona g  * j cf water blisters and itched  , ~ 'Vm ������*s and burned* She was so  \}~- f* cross and fretful she could  V*~"*V^ not sleep.  months-when I tried Cuticura Soap  and Ointment, and I used three cakes  of Soap with two boxes of Ointment  when she was tested ���������������������������" (Sie-pned)  *Mrs������ Oscar Pillon; -Asjherstbutc 1  Ontario, May 7,1918*. "' g  Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Talcum are all you need for all toilet  uses. Bathe with Soap, soothe with  Ointment, du3t -with Talcum.  For free a-wnple each of Cotfeara Soap. Ofal-  tneat and Talemm address post-curd: "Ootleva.  ���������Oap-J. A, 8otto*a. *0. B. A."   Sold everywhere.  Europe Misunderstands  America  their assent to any policy'.' be������orc thc  Peace Conference, thc nations of th,e  world knew that it would be accepted  by their respective countries or their  ���������governments would forthwith resign.  The general impression was that the  same was true, possibly to an even  greater cctcnt. of the United States.  And President Wilson did not dissi-|  pate that erroneous impression.  'What Europe did not undestand is  that while it is possible, in theory, at  least,  for  Great Britain  and" France  to enter into treaties without the ratification of parliament,���������although     in  both "countries parliament must vote  thc   necessary money   to   make   such  treaties     effective,���������in     the     United  States the treaty making power rests  with  the  Senate.    All  the  President  or  executive  can  do  is   to  negotiate  a treaty, but it remains with the Senate to accept, alter or reject it.    President Wilson,, therefore, occupied an  entirely different status at Paris     to  Lloyd George,  Clemenceau, Orlando,  and  other  European  ministers.    The  people of Europe generally were-not,  however, aware of that fact.    In the  public mind of the old world, President Wilson was credited with powers  he did not possess, and his  attitude  at Paris did nothing to remove    thc  false impression.  Easily aad Quickly Cured with  EGYPTIAN LINIMENT  For Sale by All Dealer*  Douglas & Co., JProp'rs. Mapsme-j, Oat.  Relations With  Lord Kilmarnock Leaves London tc  Assume .Diplomatic Datie-s.  Lord Kilmarnock has left London  for Berlin to assume his duties of  British uiplomatl-g representative at  the German capital.  His departure marks an important  step in the re-establishment of diplomatic -relations between Great Britain and Germany /which will fee effected almost immediately.  Consuls and consuls-general will be  appointed shortly by tbe two governments. Germany will be first represented in London by a charge d'affaires, but it is believed the rank will  soon be raised to that of minister in-  i steaa of amuassauGi- as formerly.  i  Tl  If you hav������ Asthma, don* ft  EEOBgiU-O bua^yGU 3*uUS* ���������**������<=  gwaya suffer untold -misery,  ���������sue? Quick, sure aad est������  guaranteed in -.mn ta������  worfs&csssa hf uslstg  CAPSULES  We are bo certain of so������  suits we wliraend you a  free sfttnpie or these casjo  sules, confident tha** you  will find them all we liav������  eiKlm-a-i. write to Tern*  pletone, 14a Kins St. W.,  Toronto.  Bold by reliable druggists  everyernere ror fci.oa a bos.  63  Among the more astute auu well  informed diplomatists, statesmen and  publicists of Great Britain and  France, and to an increasing extent  in the United States and certaiu European countries, the impression is  growing that the glorious opportunity, presented by thc Peace Conference for the clearing up*- of Internationa lmisunderstandings was not taken fuii advantage of, and that to a  great extent that opportunity was  wasted, with the result-that many old  misunderstandings remain aud comparatively trifling difficulties arc still  exaggerated and rankle.  The underlaying cause of failure to  grasp the full opportunity presented  is set down to a misunderstanding on  the part of European statesmen and  people of the constitutional powers of  the President of the United States,  and Mr. Wilson is blameworthy in  that he apparently made little or no  attempt lo acquaint his confreres in  ike Peace Conference with the limitations of his office. Acquainted as  European peoples are with prevailing  systems of government in Great Britain, France, Italy, Belgium and .other  countries where it is necessary that  the Government of the day command  the support of a majority of the elected representatives of the people, they  are puzzled by thc American system  where the Executive may continue to  administer the affairs of government  despite thc fact that it may havc lost  thc support oi Congress.  During thc Avar, the people of Europe were amazed aud puzzled at thc  evidence of an almost autocratic power possessed by President Wilson, a  power apparently far greater than  that enjoyed by any British, French  or Italian Premier. Xow that the  war i-J over Europe is even more in-  the spc ctaclc of  the President in se-  raiificatior.   of     the  1 its covenant of tlie  vis,  which  is  re'gard-  :���������.'."!  A rp."v!v-;, v.  i-onoep-  Shipment of Elk for the Banff Park  The first shipment of elk from Yel-  ... ,    ���������      . ...       *   i. r- lowstone Park to a point outside   the  jSot only the Allies, but Germany, -_T .     ,  _ ,       .*      , ���������*,,.-������������������~a  i     .     , ,  ,      ,_ l United States has just been received  too, was deceived, or at least misunderstood the position. Germany relied implicitly ��������� on Wilson's famous  "fourteen points," believing that  should the very worst happen and  they ultimately suffered ignominious  defeat, as they did, thcy could fall  back on the Wilson program as the  basis of peace, and that thc "fourteen  points" covered the maximum of the  demands that would bo made and imposed by the Allies.  The inevitable result is, of course,  that Europe and America still fail to  understand one another. The outcome has left a bad impression, and  the masses of the people who do not  understand the American constitution  feel that the United States has broken faith with them; that they accepted thc League of Nations proposed  by President Wilson when it is generally, admitted a satisfactory and  workable peace treaty could havc been  achieved in a relatively short time  without thc inclusion of the League  covenant; and that now thc United  States haggles ovcr and will possibly  reject the policy for which President  Wilson was the sponsor.  If, instead of going to Europe himself, President Wilson had sent envoys to negotiate the Peace Treaty,  Europe would have better understood  the situation, because President Wilson was only a negotiator himself and  possessed no greater power���������although  wielding a greater influence���������than any  other United States delegate. His  very presence at the Peace Conference, and, to put it mildly, his failure lo enlighten Europe as to his actual powers and standing, is today the  cause of much misunderstanding and  some bitterness which might, and  ought, to havc been avoided.  at Rocky Mountain Park, Banff, Alberta, from Gardiner, Montana. Two  hundred one and two-year-old elk  were sent. Howard Siebald, chief  game warden for Canadian parks, accompanied the shipment. Park officials at Banff are to reciprocate by  sending mountain goats from Banff  to Yellowstone if the park officials  desire them.  CHILDHOOD CONSTIPATION  Constipation���������that disordered state  of the digestive tract which is nearly  always caused by improper feeding-���������  can be readily regulated by the use  of Baby's Own Tablets. These Tablets are a mild but thorough laxative.  They are easy to take and are absolutely free from injurious drugs.  Con  ��������� a *->*������������������������-Bab i xavx'sB  I RHEUMATIC CAPSULES 1  FJ?sLiJLtl?ea  yeara   tae   standard!  ���������speol&e tor  Rheumatism, Neuritis, Gout  Solatloa, Lumbago, Neuralgia  Many doctors prescribe them.  VTrlto ~s TennplotoM. M9 -Cln-j St. Vf.. Toronto, *ft-*p|  r**-M oftm-sto.  Bold Iqr *������U������M*������ Arngsfl-im eTuywhenSfer I  QL.M pat MX. pg  Carrying On  ,        __  - _       ,   _-.       _ "Have you had too much to eat  cernmg them Mrs. Joseph Dion, Ste.  A^^��������� ns^A frt,ffl ������������������,.;01W  LJm~0x0.Xt.rx       fttvm        ���������r-,t..r..    ������l*f     i,_,,������. ��������� rtf-lm. t ***������������������������������������������ * m^x.xrm.     -...-     S.i^lOUS  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper.  Many.a man's success is due to the  fact that hc went ahead first and made  it rig'-t afterward.  Have Earned a Place  In Canadian Homes  DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS  GREAT  WORK FOR WOMEN  ferpetue, Que., writes: "I have nothing but praise for Baby's Own Tablets. ^ When my baby was three  months old he was terribly constipated, but the Tablets soon set him right  and now at the age of fifteen months  he is a big healthy boy, and this good  health I attribute entirely to the use  of the Tablets." They are sold by  medicine dealers, or by mail at 25  cents a box from The Dr. Williams  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  When lovers  form a combination  an engagement ring Is the result  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Garget in  Cows.  Waterworks for  Small Towns  other.  "Not Yet," replied the child bravely*  One Great Essentia!  To a Woman's Health  Is Her Nerves.  Is Once More Shown in the Case ������>������  Mrs. Robert Bell, Who Says She  Can Never Thank Dodd's Kidney  Pills Enough.  tetisciy piizi'-.cu over  the impole--.ee oi lhe  ruring   Arr.cr*.-  Peace Y re:*.'.;���������.-  ( ,r",:ZV.**-    Oi     *'��������� :���������  Occasionally the short club knocks  the persimmons before llic long pole  can get within reach.  |; r- i  I   ...  I, C;i  Ch  Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days  J Druggists refund money if PAZO OINT-  -..i. nt to! MENT fails to cure Itching, Blind, Blced-  ���������"���������-. . .-:.,':,,���������;;] inji or Protruding Piles. Stops Irritation;  -.(:-.- \r, rr,���������?:).���������[ \ Soothe3 and Heals. You can get restful  :������������������-.-���������.-   : (���������!������������������-���������.���������   to ( sleep after the firct application.    Price  ,'���������" :rj] r.a'rtie-! GOc.  F';-e-.-*.: =-��������� r l.lnydj     Telephone *t;ir1s never invite you to  in-;.cran    gavK , v.all regain.  Golden Valley, Ont., Feb. 2nd.���������  (Special.)���������"I had kidney trouble. My  nerves were bad. I felt tired all the  time.    I was all run -down.  "My troubles arc all gone since using Dodd's Kidney Pills. My appetite is good and I am increasing Is  weight."  These are the statements of Mrs.  Robert Bell, a well-known and highly  respected resident^of this place. They  must be of interest to thousands of  tired, suffering women in Canada.  Thousands of other Canadian women  who have used Dodd's Kidney Pills  know them to be true. .  For Dodd's Kidney Pills are no experiment. They are a household remedy in thousands of Canadian homes.  Thcy have earned their place by the  pains they have relieved and the  health they have brought. Ask your  neighbors about them. You can hardly fail lo find women who exclaim  with Mrs. Bell, "I can never thank  Dodd's  Kidney Pills enough."  U&kl~&3-������S*i-=3^-l2irx^^  ?~*tS3ar5^2X23?!l33Sa3EES.  rC  i'or your table dnnn  the  safest, satisfying" beverage is  FOStHHI  When tea or coffee disagrees���������  when fussed-up nerves tell you  that either is harmful ��������� .  order a-tin of this rich, whole-  some, satisfying drink/  You'll find if. both ^onomical  ririf.l pif*-<j.sti \y}.  Community Breeding  Of Farm Stock  The Advantages of a Common Water  Supply With the Convenience -  of Tap Water.  Many of our moderate-sized communities have not availed themselves  of the advantages and benefits of a  public waterworks system. While  some years ago oniy the larger cities  could afford waterworks systems,  modern progress has extended this  privilege to the smaller towns and  villages. The advantages of a common water supply with the convenience of tap water in each house, as  against individual supply, need scarcely be pointed out* It is sanitary, convenient, cheaper in the long run, and  greatly reduces the fire hazard. This  last can be measured in dollars and  cents ia the reduction on insurance  costs and consequent "increase in  value of property. Added to this, and  perhaps of even greater value, is the  assurance that the possibility of the  entire towft being destroyed by ss conflagration has been immeasurably  lessened.  That waterworks installations are  not restricted to the large centres is  plainly demonstrated in our own  country. In our two larger provinces,  Ontario and Quebec, there are over.  180 public water systems for communities of 2,000 population or less,  and nearly one-half of these have a  population under 1,000.���������L. G. Denis,  Nature intended women to be  strong, healthy and happy as the day  is . long, instead of being sick and  wretched. But how can any woman  be healthy and happy when the whole  nervous system is unstrung. The  trouble is they pay more attention to  their social and household duties than  they do to their health. Is it any  wonder, then, that they become irritable and nervous, have hot flushes,  faint and dizzy spells, smothering and  sinking spells, become weak and nervous, and everything in life become*  dark and gloomy.  Miiburn's Heart and Nerve Pills are  the very remedy that nervous, tired-  out, weary women need to restore  them to the blessings of good health.  Mrs. P. H. Ryan, Sand Point, N.S..  writes: "I have been a great sufferer  from nerve troubles. I was so weak  and nervous I could not sleep at sight  and my appetite was very poor. I  could not walk across the floor without trembling. I had hot flushes and  fainting Bpells. When I was on ins-  second box of Miiburn's Heart and  Nerve Pills I begaa to feel better and  kept oh until I had used sis boxes,  when I felt like & different person. I  am never without them in the house,  and recommend them to all who suffer with their nerves."  Price 50c a box at all. dealers, or  mailed direct on recelct of price by  *The T. Mllbura Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont.  Many Ave Operatinc Under the Companies Act or as Partnership  Concerns  That the development of co-operative activity among Saskatchewan  fanners should be com muni ty breeding of farm animals, is the opinion*of  VV. Thomson, director of the co-operative organization branch of thc provincial department of agriculture.  "Co-opcral'ive breeding of farm  animals is a very important development in the improvement of livestock  in recent years. Invariably Rood re-  tiiiu*> have Ik-lu ublairecd in the three  registered co-operative community  breediiiij a:;:.ocialions in the province.  Hc-iides in.iny arc operating under the  Companies Act or :ia partnership concerns which have the same aim.  "Co-r.pi*:;ii!,,n in livestock breeding-  should be of the very greatest value  to Saskatt iu-wan at this stage, when  '..'ich a [.nod beginning has been made  In ciiabli'.'-ring good herds of purebred ���������".���������e-jck. The spirit of coopcra-  lin'i i. *.i a ni-iiiv lie-'lne-! bv a movement   *.*,*)inr     the  prosperity    of one  wi.kejC-  In Like Condition  Conductor.���������This car goes through  without change.  Passenger.���������That's why 1 boarded  it. I'm in the same predicameut myself.  Do net ratfea  ���������another day with  Itohlnff, Blaa*.  ttur, or Protrnd* *  Ins Pile*. NQ  fiurglcfcl oper*  ^    _ _ atlon  reqaircd..  Dr. ukase's Ointment will rulloro yon at ones  and u oertataly cure you. Wo. a^oox: all  doalsra. or Bdmanson, Batei Ac Oo., Limited,  Toiwat-^ Sample bos frss It you montlou this  paper an* ���������nolo**.* 2c stamp to pay postage.  ONLY TABLETS MARKED  "BAYER"  ARE  ASPIRIN  m44sm~-mmmxm^0mt~0-wm4~  Not Aspirin at All without the ���������' Bayer Cross  ������������  ~i  WK~l-.-lX.4.?TJm< .  ' -.:��������� r i-i.* r-r" ��������� *.-m0-.v.m-������  .   XX..   .    ...A. m.X~. - -l���������m  U'.I'VtiJl    IU   J   llM.UIll./    ,i:i.>1j,IIj   iii   1  I....    .1   . < i . r   . *t   *  * .  aii  iu*  ,*a  ���������i  .   . t   i u - __ ���������������  lii.H4eii.ev_M ������.  I, .mm m000mj/m  w.  w.    u.  I sot  *i'iin Jiuiutt ������������������-Grttyer" In tu-j iaukiUi.- ol llii*y������i TuLlolu ol A.'iphlu" whiu������  print oj genuine Aspirin. II posl- contains proper directions for Colds,  tlvoly ldontiflos the only gonulne Headache, Tootliachft, Kuracho, Neu-  Asplrlu,���������the Aspirin presorlbed by ralgla. Lumbago, IthenmatlBm, Ncuri-  nhvHlelnun for over nineteen years *nd tis, Joint l'ai.jb, nnd J'nin generally,  mow- luauo tm CunttUrt, 'jaw bo*.*.* ok   m   tuuiom   nmo   ou.  Alwayii buy uu unbroken poc!cnjx������! e.fot7conts. Larger "Bayer" p-u-l;--"*;-*--.  -XIi-sy* Ib only one Asj������lrln^'<Wsyei^,*>~You nrngf, ������ny "Uayo-r" ~  Aspirin ti ������h������ trad* mcirle (r*>rl������t*������r������d In 0**i-mI*a> of Mayor Mmnufaclnr* of M������im-  eetOoUcaoli-UtUr of KaHoylloaotd. Wlill* tt !��������� wall kaown that Aaplrln moana liuy������r  mnrnifo'tiir*. to m-enut tit* piii>ii������ aratnat imllatlona. th* Tablet��������� of i)*y������r -Company  ���������will -��������� aump-td vrHU tkalr ganatral trad* ttarU, tit* "U.jsr Crcia."  ������������������&  -Bj  VI  1.,]  ni  *.. im0*4u>^m~~-~*vm4m4m ^mtmiitmxmmm-mmH-m  wmwmmmmmmimwmm o-  Thc Hague. ��������� The reply of the  Dutch government to the demand of  the allied r*o\vers that the former Qer-  0X.-.��������� r.���������x-xr.~rx~ \xr. rr\..4t~. nn SdV *fr Vl ���������*������ 1T*������ trW  Ulttll     t.,l,^JX.t XJX      Lit-     &t .  x...     x-^r     -xr     m���������~���������     - ��������� -  trial is being drafted and will be forwarded shortly to the Dutch minister at Paris for communication to the  allies.  Although Holland is determined to  Stick closely to  diplomatic precedent  and. not   publish   nor   intimate    the  text of the reply until it is delivered*,  there  is  apparently  no   cause  at  the  present time to make any change in  the predictions of    the    Dutch newspapers   that   the   Dutch   government  will decline to accede to the demand.  Thc Associated Press was informed  by a high omcial that the former German emperor had been in no way consulted  about  the  reply,  nor  had   he  even  been   officially  informed  of  the  demand for his extradition.  Thc Vaderland says:  "The Dutch government will probably answer that it is her international duty to refuse extradition.    It will  say that no government has no sympathy with  the kaiser, but that it is  led by considerations of its law, and  the Dutch constitution forbids extradition."  The Nieuw Corount, in an editorial,  considers the possibility of condemning former Emperor William by default.  "It is a great pity that the allies  lack the moral courage to own up  that they have made a mistake," says  the newspaper.  Giving a promise to try the kaiser  by default when  Holland  shall   have  M..-,h^3>rx        \\ IIf������������*L  illiSUaitiiS LUVe  HUlUi  BrlIiS-.rn.-M     il*������ SI ������������������������������������#*������  4t,4X������000Vji00     mr -m.���������T���������m Td  Prince Reaffirms Intention  Of Re-visiting Canada  Says   He   Is   Still   Receiving   Large  Mail, But Not All From  Fair Sex  -r * -    .     -    rr.,.   .      O-: .������    TIT���������*���������,    ���������r. 0  J_OnUUH.������������������ J. UC   I nue-C   UI    vv-aica   rvaS  the guest at a large and enthusiastic  dinner of the Pilgrims. More than  three hundred persons were present.  The Prince made a' speech, partly  seriousl partly humorous. With some  modesty he delivered personal touches  here and there and had a clamorous  bh������   b h ~t ar"- a  ^M*A ^~&&^t0~s*je.  j--  B  a  ���������_  **S  I   \~-\-\m-&���������-*%-'*-.-  "Woman Sues Another for Alienating  Husband's Affection  New York.���������Charged with alienating the affections of the late Theodore  P. Shbnts, president of thc lnterbor-  ough Rapid Transit company, Mrs.  Amanda C. Thomas, residuary legatee of his estate, was made the defendant in a $1,000,000 damage suit  brought by Mrs. Milla Shorts, widow  of thc railway president, whom she  married in  1881.  In 1906, Mrs. Shouts alleges, Mrs.  Thomas became acquainted with her  husband and thereafter succeeded in  gaining his affections, and by her artifices and wiles enticed Theodore P.  Shonts from the society of the plaintiff.  vn-as'-i-a &ru -uusnv  us  f������ar������aain Ptrnnncpii  \ZUai-M-4k-W    ��������� awfrvvwU  Advance Guard of  nan Diplei  Secretaries   and   Attaches   Take   Up  Residence in  Paris  Paris.���������The advance guard o������    the  j German  diplomatic  mission   to   Paris  has  arrived here.    It comprises  secretaries   and   attaches,   who   took   up  their residence in the former German  embassy.    Wilhelm Meyer, who is to  be to the German charge d'affaires, is  due to reach Paris soon.    Baron von  Treutler,     minister   . plenipotentiary,  delegate to the peace conference and  refused  to  permit  his   extradition   is j an expert on reparation questions, ac-  intention to revisit Canada, particularly the middle and far west, saying  that the best proof that one had enjoyed a visit was; his earnest desire  to repeat it.    He remarked:  "1 am still receiving a large amount  of mail from the United States���������and  not all of it from the fair sex,���������"  which provoked great merriment.  Another spontaneous touch was  greatly -cheered-.- Referring to the  chairman's remark that thc Prince,  after his tour, was again domiciled  as a citizen of England, His Royal  Highness said:  "I hope I am domiciled as a citizen  of  the   British   Empire."  Wearing the broad ribbon of the  Garter and his war medals, the Prince  shook hands with all the guests as  they  arrived.  "My right hand is in a pretty bad  condition from handshaking. -1 hope  the Pilgrims won't mind if I use my  left," he remarked to the chairman,  Lord Desborough, exhibiting his right  hand, which was red and swollen. It  was noted*-however, that to the older  man he gave his right hand, while to  the rank and file he gave his left.  Vote Taken Favors Action as Protest  Against Conviction of  Russell  Winnipeg.���������A vote favoring a general strike throughout the length and  breadth of Canada as a protest against the trial and conviction of R. B.  Russell, strike leader was adopted at  last Sunday's closed meeting of local  labor bodies, under the auspices of  the Labor Defence League, H. Kenip-  ster, business agent, announced. It  was decided, however, to bring the  matter to the attention of British La-  bor leaders. Another meeting to-discuss this matter will be held.  Hun War on "Reds"  Berlin.���������In addition to arresting  communists and independent socialist  leaders, the government is suppressing  radical newspapers throughout the  country. Fifteen journals have been  placed under an indefinite ban.  Asquith Once Again  Is  _ fanffliflat-a  a    ���������s^waHa-ssaeSftae.***  Expect Iminigrai  taly Under Martial Law  nothing but sensational humbug. The | companied the mission.  kaiser himself is not dangerous,    but  he may be the tool of others,  "If the allies could make the Dutch  government     see   the  danger  of  the  kaiser staying near the German fron-  . tier, another  residence  might  be  as-  ^ii~~.4tAr*.r\  tvi-m    sVtj,  Tli-iti-li   ornvornTCient  *������������������������**-, ���������������������--���������--*       .yr      ...xrx,      --.xr      ���������   ��������� - ��������� *- .   (j ���������   .   -r ���������  offering as an alternative "his return  tp Germany. This miyht be' asked  without a preceding trial."  Of Carpet Weavers  British Interests in Mexico  U.S.    Oil    Men    Have    Difficulties  Through Not Complying With  the Law  Mexico City.���������Reports reaching  Mexico City that the Mexican Government was favoring British oil companies were denied by Joaquin Santa-  ella, chief of the oil bureau of the  .. department of industry, commerce aud  labor. Hc asserted American oil companies were encountering difficulties  because "they havc not shown a disposition to comply with the regulations of the oil decree of Jan. IS,  1918," and also constitutional provisions regarding thc necessity of submitting to  Mexican law."  On the other hand, British companies are declared by Scnor San-  taella to bc encountering no difficulties.  British companies, the bureau chief  said, are pushing thcir work vigorously "because they have complied  wiiii  every  ���������.40vci-1un-~1u.il     t emulation  General Railway Strike Has Tied Up  the  Country  Paris.���������Northern and Central Italy  are in the grip of a general railway  strike, but Southern Italy is not so  seriously affected, according to the  Turin correspondent of the Petit Par-  isien. The Italian government, was  able to run a few trains over the  principal lines, the trains being heavily guarded by troops armed with  machine guns.  Martial law is enforced in the principal cities of the country, the streets  of which are patrolled by cavalry  and arc-under the guns of artillery  units, it is said. Stores, theatres, and  all places of business are ordered to  close at eight o'clock in the evening,  and everyone is forbidden to use  automobiles or bicycles. Police authorities havc ordered the magnetos  of all automobiles confiscated to prevent the strikers using the machines.  Are Attracted to Canada By Higher  .  Wages and Lower Cost  of Living  London.���������Passengers on board the  Scandinavian,   leaving   Liverpool,   included  carpet weavers   from   Halifax  and Kidderminster, said to be attracted, towards Canada, by higher wages.  Representatives  of   Canadian   manufacturers  state that  in  addition ' to  earning  higher wages,  the  prospects  for the weavers were brighter in Canada, because  food was  cheaper  than  in  England.  There also appears a letter from  Bishop Perrin, of Willesden, and formerly of British Columbia, who writes  on behalf of the Church Emigration  Society, appealing for help for clergy  who wish to settle in the British dominions.  An overseas appointment, adds the  bishop, though it may uot mean much  in increased pay, frequently provides  better openings for children. It is  hard that clergy should miss this  chance for lack of a comparatively  small   sum.  Former  Premier  Will  Probably  Be  Faced With Exciting  Struggle  London. ���������  Ex-Premier      Asquith  seeks to return to parliament through  the   by-elections  in  the   Paisley  constituency, arising out of the death of  Sir j. McCallum.    The local Liberals  adopted   Mr.  Asquiih  as  thcir candi'  date.    Already a Labor candidate, J.  M. Biggar, is in the field, and as the  Coalitionists had previously    decided  not to contest the seat if Mr. Asquith  ���������were selected, there is likely to be a  straight fight between the Liberal and  Labor candidates unless, as is considered improbable, thc Unionists run a  man.  In view of the recent Spen Valley  (West Riding of Yorkshire) by-election, when the Laboritc, Tom Myers,  won over thc Liberal candidate, Sir  John Simon, former Home Secretary,  inn     ������������������ il r* *}���������?*; i****-!*    a-w *������<*���������>-j-aoiflt    ���������* ���������    *������     rvAa> Aril     alA/<v  ���������U.1-I-U      lUl   ILlKd-m        -J\~\0>-X~--mt-d      ui     ss      q-������-64 ������_ x eti      v * *-��������� *-*>  tion Mr. Biggar was very few votes  behind McCallum, thc struggle should  prove an exciting one.  j Dublin.���������Assistant Commissioner o!  Police Redmond was shot and killed  iu Harcourt street, one of Dublin's  main thoroughfare**  When assailed, Mr. Redmond endeavored to draw his own pistol, but  was unable to do so before he was  shot down. He was found gripping  his pistol, which was in his pocket.  Mr. Redmond recently was brought  to Dublin from Belfast, where he had  been a successful constabulary officer, to assist in co-ordinating the  Dublin police, and to ensure increased  efficiency in the detective service is  view of the murder of -several policemen, for which no arrests have beets  made.  Thurlcs.���������Another constable wa*  shot and badly wounded while returning to his home here. Armed squads  later searched the district and entered several houses, looking fer ths  assailants of the constable, and alsa  held up and questioned pedestrians.  No arrests were made.  Several crashes of glass during th������  evening were followed ^-^ -?olle*tf'S  from the rifles of the police.  The shooting occurred within s. few  yards of the hotel where Mr. Redmond was stopping. This hotel ifc  almost opposite the recently, closed  Sinn Fein headquarters. The dead  man was 40 year* of age and had  made great changes in the Dublin  detective department, having placsd  in it several men from thc north -af  Ireland.  London.���������A dispatch from Thurlcj-  says the disturbance- there arose out  of the retaliation of the shooting of'"  a constable. In -some eases hand  grenades were thrown into houses an-5  shots fired through doors and windows.  "The residence of Charles Culhane,.  president of the Sinn Fein club," say*  the dispatch, "was roughly treated.  Every pane of glass in the lower pari  of the house was smashed and bullets  passed through ihe upstairs wiiidovVa  and smashed windows and furniture.  Policemen burst in the hall door and  searched the house fcr Culhsae, ... but  he had left, declaring that he would  be a dead man if he were found."  Thi  ~-M-  ������.ngUSR   parliamentary  'dbbt  Huns to Answer for Crimes  rel  ican   laws,  and     have  followed     the.*  regulations  governing  oil   land hold-  imra."  Final  List  Is   Supposed   to  Contain  Somewhat Less Than 500  Names  Paris.���������The    final list of    Germans  whose extradition will bc asked by the   ing to Gen. Seiiicuoff's representative  allies,  as approved     by  thc  supreme   here, his assumption of supreme p������nv-  council, i-i -suppc-icd to contain  sonic-1 cr p only te:upf)'.':iry and "<��������� du<- to the  Seminoff Assuming Rulership  Commander   of  All-Russian   Annies  Has Taken Control of  Siberia  Harbin,    Siberia.���������Gen.     Semen off,  commander-in-chief    of   the   all-Russian armies, has issued a proclamation  declaring that he has assumed the supreme-   rulership of  Siberia.    Accord-  Offers of Aid for Austria  Received Daily By Government From  Points in Every Province  Ottawa.���������Offers     of assistance for  delegates arrived in Thurleo in the  midst of the excitement. The populace thronged the streets, discussing  the night's disorders. The police  manifestly were irritated and resentful on account of the attack upon  their comrade, Constable Finnes, whs  is now in a Dublin hospital. It Is b*  lieved he will die.  are beinr'recdvr^danrb^h^goT NO  SilgaT  Stallage  UI  KUSSI8  ernment.    Thcy come from points in  la tin ft to incorporation under Mex-   what less than 500 names out of  tlie'fact that the whereabouts of Adiuiial  Not Obliged to Surrender  Berlin.���������In   response  to  an  inquiry  S3  to what he advised  those persons  tO   do   WitOSC   IIUJIIVS   .11 ���������*.;   oil    tin;   yjm..-  dition list of th<- entenlf, <y<-v. 1 nd-  endorif, former first quaitcrinasier*  general,  said:  " LvUiJLJUt,    i.j     e j wi i t; . 11      iu     juiivlrii*.'.  himself   voluntarily.     It  is  no  breach  original   1,-tOO  accused  by   tin;   differ-   Kolchak is unknown.  ent allies.  It is understood the list has not  yet. been delivered to tlie Germans,  and lhe de'ay in handing it ovcr is  taken in some quarters to indicate  that negotiations    are    still in    pro-  Etrongly    upon    trial of the    accused  in   their  courts.  Ludy .Vsto*; r.ir.y S'-cruu! AiM-rc-.?.  Loudon.���������Suggestions   have      been  of honor  to  place one's  *>eH  outside j made that  Lady Aster, the only wo-  iii.ei*.  ii-i*inbi 1:. of  tlu.   llou:;e of  Com  '.I ..,.,..,    ii.      ........     Iiii.i. 1      I,,     11.1'n      xi.      :. I   ���������-   ���������  uiul the adeli'i::,:. replying to the King':;  speech from the throne on the occasion of the re-opening of parliament  on February 10. The Mirror specula lcs whiihci Lady Aslor, in case ehe  i:. chosen for either place, will wear  full court dress in accordance with the  I 1 .ni. I lull     wlm',1     hi . M 1 tin ;,     \]\L.l        the  iiirmher   iiKiUinf;   the   motion   01   itt:-  1 *���������*������������������-:��������������������������������� i'* -'-..-ii  ..���������*.-���������.  - ���������-"-* *'���������    c:"  leourt   costume.  the  pale  of  .111 in 1."  A,.j *ii..   ,..   Ask   fin-   RcfciCtuIuni  T"ir:.::tt:.--The <*>>et;nin o ,-vcrnniciit  will he asked by  the Ontario referendum cf uunit���������.-*..������������������-.- to rc<n'.'"t thc Dominion    |/ei .evi! iiie-111    U>    .illow    lhc    luklilK  ���������of   a   voir    in    tliib   *.i avin.'i-   01.    the  question   of  the  importation  oi   liquor  l..*,..    e  hit- rn,     iii.-    -.riiei-    ii.   In-    i.iUcti    .11  the   -rarliciit   poiisihle   dat<-,   under   the  ���������       t   .  Irieiii.   wi   ,t,y,   Itii-iii.   ir^^*.. i.������i   .1.4,1:......*.>..  Vhi'ieoii.  Soldiers' Pay i'.i England  London.���������Dissatisfaction is bcinri:  shown by Canadian soldiers still here  that their payments are being made.  in iMiglish currency with a consetpu-nt  loss of ovehanci. This tli'*v allege in  contrary to enlistment conditions. At  ;���������. meeting here, thcy appointed a committee of nine to request that Canadian currency he used in future, and  to recover hack balances. If necessary, thcy will enforce their right.i by  constitutional  procedure.  every province. At a number of centres comforts arc being collected.  The government while welcoming all  private assistance, is awaiting further  communication from the imperial authorities before announcing its policy.  The British government has suggested shipment by the Dominion of  a cargo of wheat or flour, with participation in the establishment of credits.  Tlie Rritirii government is supplementing dollar for dollar all contributions raised by private effort iu the  United Kingdom.  Enormous  Store   in   Ukraine  "Ready  for Export When Blockade-  Lifted  Washington.���������Four hundred mizftat--  pound* of sugar, 20,000,000 buohela of  wheat   and   large   quantities  of  hiden  and other materials, stored in the Ukraine, will be made available for th������  markets of the world when the general  blockade of  Russia is lifted, according to an announcement hy    tht  Ukrainian  Mission in America.    'Ukrainia needs medicines, surgical instru  ments, clothing and agricultural machinery,"     according     to  the     mission,  which said the lack of medicines und  clothing alone ttad reduced to misery  Clash in Siberia  Pclcin. -��������� Sanguinary    conflicts be- .  tween the Czech  forces and troops o(|e*'cal   arMS ,������<   th*. ^rau...   '������   ������'*'  General      Semenoff,      commaudcr-m  Ship *1,500,000 Gold  Into India  Ne-,*.  Voik. **-VVilUdi.iu..l ol si.r.o*.).-  nnfl ;������oM rnin from tl><- <emlt-tre:mnry  for tiliipment to India excited considerable interest unions ihr iuteritation-  :-.]   hankers.    The   shippers   nrr   um!rr-l"       t |hc CtallJi  itood to represent a British bank with I  .__   connections  in  India, Australia    nnd  added that the receipt of needed sup  ,-l.;,.f   ���������<   the-   *,U-|-,K,*ir*n   ���������*mi,������    ar(. | plica would 8really assist the IHtrRizi*  reported      to   hnve   occurred      at   thel1*11'6  ������������   iigtiUng   tlie   iioisneviKi.  trans-Siberian     railway     station:-;     of  Baikal.  Kaltukshaia and   Misovaia, in German Home Market  the Lake Baikal reeion. The Cverhs.l Tlerlin.���������Historic Koemg&ptats wks  it \n said, do not regard the Semen-J converted Into a ho .'tie market. Thi**  olT menace as serious, owinj; to the: market will be conducted by the city  sinrillness   of   his   force*.      The   Seiu-lof   Berlin   in   pursuance   to   thc   provl-  ,   If    < ���������   ���������     * ���������   -     ���������*"* ,., 00- I     C|.;.,;..,,iTl  ,,���������...      ni     *i. 0     t'������r������-iM-s     ��������� i---e ��������� v       -iirViirt*,  have been dissolved and iirneral Ski-1 rails (or delivery of horses to 'Krune4  pttrotl    arrested   Uy   order   oi    Major-1 ana   uei*;iuin.     uwnm  vi  Pji-.i.     -.*.-.  Vieiiri.li    jei'n.-,    j.iiiiiu,    v.*uiiiiee.wi'i������:t,     ue ; iiiib    x,\j    wv>\.    t.r-.\.������lC.. Z*L������   \r'..\.    ?.~'J.'.'j  the Czechs. This action was taken money tines If they fuiled to m.vk<  because   SkipitrotT   had   operated   ������g-1 an  appearance, -Mid  the  result  was    ������  y^iilrti lr.rt    yil    \itr,0.0    yii    -V.    Lln.������.J������.  the  y%y,ijc* ��������� i  ������>Vvi������������a  V* 4m ii     U^- W  \ ,III|IM,  w.    it.  u.  J 300.  Ftverjr mnn ihould know ionirthin<r I rpiiretl standard, most of the aninuils  ulrout law. and tl lie knows ctiougn to j were returned to -ownere. mt untr.*  \-tr<->.   out   r.A   ii   h>-   \*>   e*   r.rrlty    ������M>od ' claim   of   ���������*Ieifda   l������   l)cinK*   held   back   l~  . i      * . 9        r % ..      .      1      ,  lUVVVel. ������������������*.���������������������       llU������l     t~m.LA       Lxm-4���������.tl^,       V���������I..*,x..  ii ���������Wiil������HMMW--^;<WtrT^������',r-TTirhlf--^  leeea-meiMiiwftiw.iuiwiM  *rw;*������ipinii-������wnmmi������������'iiiiiii������i> ,-eweei i>m ii-wen-nnne  vMmmtmmmmtumm THE" CBESTON  SSTIEW
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Local and Personal
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1 article 25c; 2 for 26c
1   " $1,00; 2 forSI.OI
and so forth.
Watch for posters* and
advt, next week.
iyThree Days
Fob. Sale���Fresh milch cow, S3.
Blair (Cai"��3Ton) Erickson.
Col. Lister left on Sunday, via Cal
gai y, on a business trip to coast points.
Miss Rutiedge, teacher at Kitchener,
was a week-end yjsj,tpr here, a guest
of Mrs. M. J. Boyd7
Frank Ebbutt left on Friday for
Pocahontas, Alta., where he expects
to remain for the next few weeks.
Fok Sale���Purebred single and
double comb Rhode Island Red cock
erels.    Also   Buff   Orpingtons.
E. C.
Successors to Creston Drug & Book Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Moore and family arrived from Victoria on Monday,
and are occupying the Hooper ranch
house for tlie present.
For Sale���Kitchen range (Kootenay). 2 small coal heaters .with pipes,
dining table, lady s side saddle, pen of
3 ducks.    M. McCarthy, Creston.
Mrs. Chas. Moore, who has spent the
past month with friends at. Kaslo, returned on Friday, Mr. Moore going to
Kaslo a few days previous to meet, her.y
The cost of high living still continues
to climb. At the first of the month
the Creston Chinese laundries boosted
the price of dolling up linen collars
f i-oin 5 to 7 cents each.
Mrs. C. G. Bennett and the two
children, left on Friday for a short
yisit with friends at Cranbrook.
Mrs. Bruce this week moved hev
millinery stock from the Grady block
to her new store on Victoria Aye., in
the postoffice building, which has been
nicely rebuilt to accomodate that line
of retail Lrade.
Or. H. Bohlee returned to Spokane
on Saturday, after spending a week
with his family here. He is taking a
course in auto and tractor work at a
school in that, city at. which there are
almost 400 students.
President W. V. Jackson and Jas.
Adlard have been named as tbe United Farmers' committee to act with
like committees from other bodies to
devise ways and means of establishing
a co-operative library at Creston.
Commencing Sunday, Feb. I5fch,
Sunday school and gospel service wiii
be held at the home of Robt. Boadway
every Sunday afternoon. Sunday
school at 2 o'clock, followed by gospel
service at 3.    Byerybody welcome.
.1. A. P. Crompton having been asked to resume the teaching of vocal
music has consented to do so. and announces that he is now ready to enroll
pupils. He was for ten years a successful teacher of singing in England,
Members of* Creston local of the
United Farmers are asked to be out in
force for the special meeting on Saturday night, in Speers' Hall. The business will be chieHy in connection with
the convention at Victoria on the 23rd
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The last dance before Easter Monday is carded for to-night at the Parish Hall, when Christ Church Ladies
Guild are entertaining at the second
of their Cinderella affairs/with dancing from 8.30 to 12, at an admission of
50 cents. The music will be by Mesdames "Lister and Garland.
R. S. Bevan is a visitor at Calgary
this week, for a'convention of Eord
dealers of Alberta and Eastern B.C.
The Ford people anticipate a year's
business that will make it impossible
for them to fill all orders and Dick is
getting in early to book sufficient ears
to take eare of anticipated Valley~rJre-
mands both in Fords and Overlands.
Major Mallandaine and C. F.-Hayes
were at Fernie on Saturday for a
meeting   of   those   from   fi��-����������-'v
@sae kWoBBsss* Bid!
Saturday night J. Warren Kerrigan will be seen on the screen at the
Peekin in his latest Paralta play,"One
Dollar Bid," which is a screen adaptation ni Crede Harris' romantic novel
of the Kentucky hills, which was pubr
lished a few years ago under the title
Ol J.UKI V .
The story offers exceptional opportunity for the kind of work in which
Mr. Kerrigan has achieyed his foremost successes. Early ir-. the action
of the play he is seen as a young man
of refinement who has sunk to the
lowest ebb, cast aside by the whites he
lives in a negro hut, no one knowing
or caring
/tience n
came.     As the story develops ho -**:
Windermere. Golden, Fernie and herefBnder the influ���ce ��* * S"'1 ot" hiS]��
ideals until he at last becomes one ot
Terms on application.
Highest class tuition guaranteed.
Whether you are handling one cow or a dozen tlie
items lines listed below will be of interest. These lines
have been carefully selected to ensure stocking only
well made and otherwise satisfactory goods, while quality considered the prices we make on them will defy
competition.    We specially mention���
Champion Cream Separators
Daisy Churns.      Crock Chtsrns
Cream Cans.     Dairy Pails
Butter Workers.    Butter Prints
SEPARATOR OIL���Quarts or Half-Gallons.
intending separator buyers should investigate
Champion.      It   compares  favorably   with   any   other
make either in serviceability or price.
Hardware & Furniture Supply
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Rev. M. W. Lees, a former Methodist pastor here, but lately stationed
at Trail, who has been on an extended
vacation in England, arrived back
this week, and is spending* a few days
with 1*1 r. and Mrs. Payne-. He is accompanied by Mrs. Lees.
The United Farmers' delegate to the
proyincial convention at Victoria on
the 23rd and 24th are President Jackson, C. O. Quist and W. G. Littlejohn.
John Wood has been named to represent Canyon, while. Mr. Packman will
look after Wynndel'*-? interests.
Rev, R. W. Lee of Cranbrook chair-
of the East Kootenay Methodist district, was here^bn Friday, making
arrangements for gelling on with the
Forward Novement canvass this week
in the Valley. Local Methodists are
expected to gather in not less than
There was no service in Creston
Methodist Church on Sunday last, bnt
for this Sunday evening Kev. M. W.
Lees, a former pastor, who is yisiting
in town, has kindly consented to take
the service, and it is hoped there will
be a large turnout of old friends to
hear him.
Capt. Harry Ireland of Medicine
Hat. Alta., is spending a few days
here this week with Mr. and Mrs, Jas.
Cook. Capt. Ireland is lately back
from overseas, going across in 1916 as
paymaster in the 175th Battalion, a
corps recruited at Alberta points on
the Crow line.
who are getting out the tourist booklet. ''Seeing  fche  Canadian   Rockies."
The conference concluded its labors at
an  early hour  Sunday   morning, the ]
delegates getting bNack that afternoon.
Proyincial road superintendent J. D.
Moore of Koslo was here on an official
visit the latter part of the week, ac
companied by provincial bridge superintendent Campbell of Vancouver who
has now a small crew of men busy on
the woodwork of the new high level
bridge aeeross Goat River at Erickson.
Contractor Dicken finished the wosk
of the cement piers about ten days
News reached' Creston a few days
ago of the death at Vancouver last
month of Clark Hogarth, a former^
rancher here, who moved to the coast
about, six months ago, after selling his
place���beyond M. McCarthy's���toP.B.
Foote.    He was in poor health  when
(.LA*" l.iir  I   'JUtJ
The Women's Institute February
meeting is called for this afternoon at
3 o'clock. Mrs. Garland is down to
give a paper, and the co-operative library project will be fully discussed.
Some announcement is expected re
the supper the losers iu the membership-getting contest were to give the
winners of the same.
".'he, annual meeting of Creston
Fruit Growers Union, Ltd., is called
for to-morrow a I'l e-rnoon at two o'clock
at the Peekin-. The balance sheet was
mailed shareholders at the end of the
week, and reveals the Union to be in
a, highly prosperous conditions, Commissions earned from all scourers hist
year are over ^20.000.00.
Committees of the Women's Institute, Hoard of Trade and United Farmers met in joint, session on Monday
in connection with the co operative
library scheme, and after a very thorough discussion of the whole* situation
decided   l,ei   iiu'eiiiiit i.iU1'  iU'JlJ-.Ul'.il tOtl  to tl
cili/.ens' meeting, which  will be (railed
before the end of the month.
Members of lhe Creston Valley Red
Ci'eis*-* Seicietv are reminded of a meeting of all nieiiihi'iH on Tuesday afternoon, Feb. I Tl 11, in ojie-.-i ���:-.' Mall, at I
o'clock, whe'ii Ihe (|Ueslioii of keeping
the society lugelher will lie decided.
A- all the' iiienilietfihips expire this
month Hi" mailer slumM be settled
one way m* t In* nl her immediately.  -
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Ai i\ I'tni'iit   el)',,it  in   Ibe*   Valley  Christ
I'huiih  iil'llii.ils have secured   Kev. It,
II.ell   eil     K ll' Iii    In    give    all    illlist III t e'd
I"' miii* mi (liin.i, lnelia  anel  ,l,i|,.tu  in
lln      Parch     Mill    nn    ThlllsHilay   eve--
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1   'I   'I'   I " ' I'l I :i V   * e HIM*    111 i I i" H*   e'Vpe'li,'*!'*,'.
leaving here, though apparently steadily improving about the time of bis
E. Walker of Cranbrook, who succeeds F. Topham as C.P.H. roadmas-
ter on this division, made his first
esoffieial visit here this week. Considerable new steel is being unloaded west
of here, the re-laying of the line with
heavier rails will be undertaken this
year, with the first work at this end
to commence between Wynndel and
the landing.
Elder J, A. Bronson of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter
Day Saints closed his series of meetings in Creston on Sunday evening.
Several converts were made, three of
���"whom were baptised at Canyon on
Sunday afternoon, a sleighload from
here going out for the baptisimal service, and he will return to Creston
next month to baptise others of his
converts. A marked interest was
shown by those who attended the
Creston Presbyterian Ladies' Aid
had their annual meeting on Friday
afternoon at which most of the old
officers were re-elected for another
term, Those who will he in charge of
the society for 1920 are: President,
Mrs. Dow; 1st Vice-President, Mrs.
McCord; 2nd Vice-President, Mrs.
Piper; Secretary, Mrs. Speers; Treasurer, Mrs. Henderson. 1010 was a
banner year for the aid in the matter
of finance secured, the treasurer's report showing an intake of almost Hi"��0().
the dominating factors of the town
that had shunned him as an outcast-
The entire theme is interwoven with
strong situations und romantic moments, to all of which Mr. Kerrigan
arises with that charm of manner
which has been responsible for his
phenomenal success as a delineator of
screen types. The production was
made at the Brunton studios in Hollywood, California, Under the direction
of Ernest C. Warde, who has surrounded Mr, Kerrigan with a capable
supporting cast.
Ke volutions
Every Day
Do vou  realize that  the
Tin i*in/->/i        \\7 |-��ool        *"\T      \r*r\l"S*?��
Watch    makes    432,000
revolutions every 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 the care of
watches, and our opinion   costs
you nothing.
J. V. o
Wafchj Clock ant! Jewelry Repairing
Next door Mawson Bros.     C1-JI2STON
Foster isn't the only weather barometer that is mixing things up this
season. Monday of last week was
Candelinas Day, the occasion when
the bear makes his lirst annual inspection of climatic conditions. As that
particular day was quite bright and
sunny his play was to go hack and den
up for another six weeks in anticipation of another I'url y days of lln* rigors
of winter, all of which to date have
not come to pass, the weather, generally speaking, being quite early springlike.
" The band of ch-alb on Saturday removed one of Creston's familiar figures
in the passing of Henry Divine, who
had been ailing with dropsy and a
complication of other troubles for
some weeks past. Deceased was in
his 72nd year, and had been a resident
oi' Cn-sleiii .since 1012, coiniii;*; he-re
from llosmer at that time. The funeral look place on Mondny to Oreston
eemctry. Hev, T. McCord olTlcinting,
A widow survives, and for her much
sympathy is felt in the loss of her Iiie
part nei-.
Oreston will shortly have a lodge- of
the Independent Order of Odd-fellows.
SuClh-ie-nf ineiiibe-iH in gex-d --'landing
resident in the Valley are Inking withdrawal cards from their mother lodges
���'iv*   -    l,i*ii   * |u ".i i  ie l*e<  t n  I ill lie I   I he On Hill
Lodge of MAI will be petitioned lo
establish a. lodge lei he' known as Ores-
[loii Valle-y Lodge. It is expected the
memhe'i's eif Oianbrook Lodge will be
here ill lit i e-ngl li to reiiiilucl lhe insl'i-
i ill'toil i'e! i*niei|ii<"*, Leie'iil Oehl fe-lh iws
ill e*  'i',|'eel    to   eMilnillllni'"lt I-   with   K.   <i.
Km email in this connect iein.
Any time that anyone wants a
delicious fruit dish with a
real, satisfying, sustaining
food value we have no hesitation in guaranteeing the
high quality of
Nothing could be more health-
f(il  at   this   season   of   the
year. We have these in
is -  raisins
Pears - White Figs
Peaches - Apricots
Put   up   in   sealed,   air-tight
iVpound packages, and guaranteed   as   to   purity   and
sanitary pack.
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