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Array gr P^3    .       .'**m&y.-  -1  "���������"*���������;���������.,/  ^arow,\^J^  -itj-iS&ziam  ^ ^vinciQl Lib  rdry  *Pl20  lY\  Vol. XII.  CRESTON, B. C, FKIi>Ay, MARCH 19, 1920  Eric Olson left a few days ago for  Spokane, where he intends spending a  short holiday with his daughter, who  resides in that city.  I. N. Rhodes got a sudden call east  the middle of last week, to visit his  father, whose health is rather precarious at the present time.  The flu epidemic with its several-  other trouble accompaniment has now  passed its worst stage and all those  a*rlicted are recovering nicely, except  the young son of Axel Bergren, who  is at the Oreston hospital, and who is  making a desperate fight for life due  to double pneumonia.  here- good progress  should then be  made in erecting the baidge proper.  Foreman Campbell is using a crew of  about ten men at present���������about all,  that can be worked comfortably.  kWBrihs  At a recent meeting or *cae memorial  committee it was definitely- decided  that the memorial to the Canyon men  killed In the great war should take  the form of two red maple trees,  which will be planted in the school  ground, and at the foot of which, on  a cement base, bro'uze tablets suitably  inscribed will be placed. Generally  speaking this idea of a memorial is approved by all and it is expected the  funds on hand will be ample to complete the whole undertaking in good  shape.  The soft weather prevailing at present has put a crimp in leg hauling  for the present. Enough timber,  however, is now stacked in the yard  to keep the mill running until June.  Lou Faulkner, mill foreman, accompanied by Mrs. Faulkner and family,  left last week for Florida, where they  will spend an extended holiday with  Mrs. Faulkner's parents, Mr. and Mrs=  Geo. Huscroft.  A portable sawmill outfit was hauled through here last week, en route-  to Lister, where it will be set up to  cut about twelve million feet of standing , timber, recently acquired from  the Alexander interests.      _ -*"   ������������������  Alfred Spencer who has been here  from Nelson since the first of the  month due to Mrs. Spencer's serious  attack of the flu, is now able to take  his new position with the Fruit Grow-  -ers Union at Creston. The Wood  family had a hard seige of illness, Mr.  Wood being taken just a couple of  days prior to his intended trip to "Victoria for the United-Farmers' convention.  WEBB���������At Creston, March II, to Mr.  and Mrs. Alfred B. Webb (Lister), a  son.  PAULSEN���������At Cs-eston, March 12, to  Mr. and Mrs. L. Paulsen, a son.  SILLITOE���������At Canyon City, March  14,ito Mr. and Mrs. A. Sillitoe, a  daughter.  ROGERS���������At Sirdar. March 14th, to  Mr. and Mrs. T. Rogers, a son.  MILLER���������At Creston, March 16th, to  Mr. and Mrs. John Miller, daughter.  *.<, ,*  mm.J-.TTvr V Arm 'TT .'.'   'A X.    d~* .���������. ��������� .���������.     f*llx.^      ���������..  m cu *u Xriusj -u -ur jta���������~~.ii oa uy on -Oity, on  March 16th, to Mr. and Mrs. Mert.  McCnllough, a daughter,  9-7BSS55S mi -t,B&i&~  Leslie  Mclnn9fe^i^^yn>^",*';.-ai������'^:  ���������������������������i&ti1fis-:**^S^  'holiday at present. He^got a couple  of ribs rather badly 'fractured in a  mishap at tbe mill a  CILIWVI  .Mr. Anderson, who recently purchased the old John Crawford ranch,  is- haying the house considerable improved and enlarged before taking  possession.  Five cars of timber and a car of iron  have just arrived for the high level  bridge. The false wotk is now about  half in place and this feature of the  jcb should be completed in another  Week.    With it done and the material  Victoria, March 12.���������Agricultural  pursuits are not the only commercial  interests of the returned soldier settlers at camp Lister, near Creston.  Questions placed upon the order paper  reveal the knowledge that the veter-  ���������__    : x ; j.t--   i * 1    ������ s  aua  cue   ceetcriie*^  roue   lUiinueLlii-^*;   ousi-  ness in earnest, the government having taken over two sections of timber  land at a cost of approximately $32,000.  Operations were carried on during the  winter months.  Hon. E. D. Barrow, in charge of the  soldier settlement work in British Columbia, stated to The Province this  morning that a completely equipped  mill had been installed, and the product was being used for buildings at  Camp Lister. It had been found almost impossible to secure the necessary lumber for this work *iiid it-wass  found advisable to permit the yeterans  settling there to conduct a mill themselves. He said logs are being laid  down at the mill ready for cutting at  S4.6Q per 1000. Some of the cut would  be .us^4������|n co^eefci������*Hi with .the jfeyjel'  -'���������bprn^iJ'^  ment of which settlement., had been  discontinued last fall, but would be re-  Burned shortly.  The timber acquiredrstated Mr. Barrow, was a splendid stand, and it  would be possible for the veterans in  the settlement to carry on work for  some time during the winter period  when it was difficult to continue regular work of clearing. As fast as the  land was cleared, it would be available  for agricultural purposes, title being  vested in the crown. This would  mean the extension of the present  7000 acres area by nearly 1300 acres.  Victoria, March -12.���������In answer to  questions asked by: the leader of the  opposition the minister of agriculture  on Thursday answered that the total  amount of money���������'>.-placed at the disposal of the Land ^Settlement Board  by the goyernmeht was $1,475,503.  The cost of the Meryille settlement to  date was $363,806; Camp Lister at  Creston, $219,168. The Fernie area  had cost $20,713; Telkwa, $30,820;  Vanderhoof, $74,334; Marten Lake,  S105976; Prince George, $45,613. Tbe  Sumas dyking project was said to  have cost to date $30,125.  Reference was made on the* order  paper- to the resignation of Col. Lister,  who as superintendent of the soldier  settlement named after himself had  received a salary of $200 per month.  He was stated to have resigned because the salary was inadequate.  tied; a matter of $20 in the other two j  compartments   being   overlooked entirely.  Kootenay flats reclamation will  be  discussed at the Dominion convention  of  the  G.W.V.A.,  which   opens   at  Montreal on Monday.   Creston Local  has passed a resolution calling on the  federal authorities to wake .up the U.S..  reclamation seryice so as to get the  joint board of engineers busy at once  on the finish-up engineering features.  Mrs. Garland   Foster, who   is at  the  convention representing  Nelson, will  present the Creston resolution, and as  she is a speaker of ability and well  postecj on the project it is confidently  expected the convention will favorably  consider tbe resolution from here.  The latest ranch sale was consummated on Saturday, when Messrs.  Norris and Wood of Medicine Hat  purchased the Stace Smith ranch at  Alice Siding. The buy includes 16  acr-^s, much of which is in bearing  orchard, at a price of $10,000. Mr.  and Mrs. Smith and family left on  Tuesday for Victoria, where they will  reside in future. Mr. Smith is one of  ths quits-early rancher set-tier*? in the?  Valley and while all wjill regret their  departure it is hoped the change will  benefit Mr. Smith who has been partially helpless for several months due  M> a stroke.  g���������8������e*������������e������m~mg*  Locai and Personal  It is not often we have the pleasure  of hearing an artist of the calibre of  Leslie Grossmith in Creston. The  fact that so famous an English actor  is to be with  us next Friday will- be J  Geo. Begg, canter at the Cranbrook  Sash & Door Co. mill, spent a few  days last week with friends at Medicine Hat, Alta.  Mr. Woodman was a week-ene visitor with friends at Cranbrook, returning on Monday.  Report has it that Hunt & Day are  busy on -.plans for a new store to be  erected on Bennett Aye. Their present premises are too small even for  trade at present, and with the prospect of much biggrr business new  premises are inevitable.  Z. Geroux was host at a dance at  the Kitchener Hotel on Saturday  night, following the raffie of his team  of horses earlier in the eyening. The  tickets -were $2 each and the raffle  netted him about $300. .Joe= Dubie  was the winner of the horses, and will  utilize them for a time bringing down  his season's catch of furs.  Hunt & Day also had a raffle followed by a dance at the hotel the previous Saturday, the raffle being on a  saddle- horse, which was won by Roy  Burk at the Schonnert camp; and a  camera which Billy Johnson was  lucky enough to land.  The Sash & Door Co. are utilizing  all the available teams on the lumber  haul to take the best advantage of the  sleighing which is now pretty well  done. Mr. Schonnert is equally busy  finishing up his logging contract with  the Paulson Co. while the slipping  holds.  Judging  by  the savory odors en-  SUlJUCitiiiir  trc*|/u,vi 1/ jr  The Story of Royal Household Flour  In tho year of our Lord nineteen hundred and two  The Prince of Wales and his retinue  Lett Britain's shore in hold relief  For the glorious land of the maple leaf.  The Spanish Armada, it is said,  Would have envied the trip of this royal head.  Bub its not my intention at this late hour  To further disouss this royal tour;  Bub rather comment, if Nature wills,  On the Princo of Wales and the Ogilvie mills.  Mr. Ogilvie said: "it is a treat,  Your royal highness thus to meet,  And if you cm but nprirc r*.n hour  I will show you tho homo of the Ogilvie Hour."  Then, with a guide, through thc mills thcy went���������  The prince and the vice-president.  Tho verdict was that he'd ne'er been  In a mammoth mill so neat and clean;  And, hxtor on, through the royal mails  He christened this Hour the ' Prince of Wales."  Thon W. F. Thompson, it is said,  Pr������>fleMit,������*d thiia nrinee with a fiiio moose head.  And for a few yon-rs this closes tlie sceno���������  Till the Prince of Wnlon ber-firmo T-tHt.nirt'fl ,Ptr.<*  When tho prince became king, with his sceptre in hand,  His thoughts wandered back to tho maple leaf land.  To tho day, when as prince on his royal tour,  He was first mado aware of the Ogilvie Hour.  "I think," said tho king, "it is but fair,  To ehnnn-e tho namn of this Hour mo rare.''  This royal mandate thus 1 bring:  "Milluru to His Majesty the King."  Thon, as a sequel to this tour,  They named it "Royal Household Flour."  Bo uow, young and old, thin story you tell  To Mr. and Mrs. wherever they dwell.  And ri'iiit'inlu-r the words of the Quaker who H.-iid,  "Do what good you can now, before yon are dead."  '!Y. ..���������,,:,..: x  .. !������*,;; * 'i'r:   ."���������'��������� " ���������������������������' i-i. .. i.i.,...  Fat only lhe bread made From Ogilvie'h Hour.  I'.'Z, T.  I-*'*".  i',.  V- i l  ���������A.,  K'������**M< >M ��������� ������S( ������M.  Yesterday was the 17th of March,  and it was the first: St. Patrick's Day  in years that Cr^s^-a has niissed cele-  brating-*:iu- some'shape-or. fortn.*.. The  local Catholic 'Club, who had* appro*--  priated the date for a concert and  dance had to abandon their entertain  ment due to the prevalence of flu, bnt  will give it at an early date.  The stage is all set for an early  spring. The robins have been with  us for seyeral weeks now, while last  week the meadow lark smade their  appearance, and on Monday reliable  citizens repoi-t seeing a number of  bluebirds. Pussy willows and even  some of the cherry and plum trees  would seem to only require a very few  warm days to bring them into bloom.  Four cars of timber and a car of iron  for the new high leyel bridge at Canyon were unloaded the latter part of  the week. With the false work about  in shape and with the timber and iron  now available it will not be long before the supursti-uctire of the bridge  will be getting along toward completion. The approach to tho bridge will  haye thc first attention of the road  crew this season.  Traffic to Corn Creek nnd other  points accross the Kootenay was out  of the question a few days the early  part of the week. Sometime during  Sunday night or Monday morning tho  Kootenay River ferry sank at the  moorings, and a couple of days were  required to put the scow back into  commission. A new ferry is expected  to be installed this season, at the new  location  opposite Goat River bridge.  G. II. Robinson of Nelson, Dominion fishery inspector for Kootenay,  paid Creston an official vlBit on Tuesday, coming here from Wynndel,  where lie had made an inspection oi  the flab ladder the C.P.R. has juBt installed In its big concrete culvert at  Duck Creek. Mr. Robinson figures  the ladder will readily t-u'iblt*. II;,h to  get into tlie higher reaches of the  creek, Homething that was inipo-snible  before tlie l-nldci* was installed.  A bit of burglary was executed at  the Mercantile Co. -.tore muiu: time on  Friday night or Saturday morning  when a quantity of jack knives, Inger-  hoII watc-hcir, a few clockn, nomo clolh-  ing mid about folO in rash wan made  nff with���������the total ateal riinninp** to  possibly   $100.    It   would   appear   to  e         I...,-. ,        i,.rnn.,:.,i,,i.t,il       .,���������������'/���������,...        ....  just  for  the  adventure, an   only   one  ellllWl'l'    III   |,ll������->    eelhll   le-|'ihle-|*   waii   elii-  ence to the Peekin Theatre without  question, and doubtless other engagements will be put on one side in order  to make this a rousing and brilliant  welcome. The entertainment offered  is Of a wid^rahg-s^fttotn: classical,mu~  sic to nonsense songs and humorous  character sketches. Miss Marguerite  Hall, a young and charming soprano,  will appear in popular and beautiful  songs, and the concert is to be followed by a dance with special music, the  whole forming an entertainment of  unsurpassable excellence,  acity audi= countered at meal time the high cost  of living cuts no figure at Castle  Thoreson, since Tom took Ed. Hanson  in as partner and star boarder a f e'l-g  days ago. As a chef Tom bids fair to'  outdo Joe. Dubie's reputation as a  ixtx-jp^r. .; ^.-r Z .-- Z .........  The employees at the Sash & Door  Co. will shortly be quartered in high  class hotel style. The firm have just  taken delivery of a shipment of mattresses and springs wherewith to equip  the bunkhouses, and as soon as the  weather will permit a bath house and  laundry for the accommodation of the  men will be put in.  Ni~-\resh Brides  The home of Mr, and Mrs. Albert  Stewart was the scene of a quiet house  wedding on Thursday morning, when  the former's brother, Ronald H. Stewart, son of Mr, and Mrs. Robt. Stewart,  was united in marrirge with Mrs.  Louise DeVilliers, who has bub recently come here from Calgary. Alta.  The nuptial knob was tied by Rev. T.  McCord, in the presence of a few of  the intimate friends. Tho bride's costume was of white satin trimmed  with white Irish lace, with veil and  wreath of orange blossoms. The  yonng couple were unattended, and  after the ceremony tho wedding party  sat down to sumptuous wedding dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart will reside  for the present in apartments in the  Orany Block, Tho groom, who saw  overseas service of almost two years  with a forestry corps is quite well-  known and many triendu extend  heartiest good wishes for future happiness and prosperity.  Rey. T. McCord officiated at another of these nappy eventB on Tuesday  evening of last week, when Mr. Their-  stein of Nelson and Mi8������ Walker of  Castor, Alta., were quietly married  here, tiie -khmuii coining tie it, iiti* ������.������.  meet the bride and had tho ceremony  performed before getting back to Nelson where they will reside, and for  wl-it'll, city Llu-.y Icfi tlu* i\v-~\. day.  For  Pernio  1020  will  educational   facUIUctt  co:.t ?12,000 more than  ot  in  VTule.HH punilM have, been vaccinated  they will bo nimble to attend school  at Fernie after the middle of April.  Owlun   <e    -Jlie    greatly    <1 Imlnlnlietl  trade It In likely the r:cvernment will  hleeeilly  t.h.i-rti  tho  i.iu.toui:;    lAHcc    at  Creenwood.  "$2.50 per trip Ih paid for hniiltn-' the  t.llllltltM       "���������������        111, .........       -,.,.. ,.i   Knr'oi    to   attend    I lite    central    nehool  lu   nine    im, le. , .,,, ..j  i  InfyBantfei  The C.P.R. crew that has been here  putting in a fish ladder in Duck Creek  culvert pulled out on a freight on  Thursday morning.  Ed. Butterfield spent the week-end  at Balfour visiting friends.  Mrs. Laing   and   Mr. J. P. Brooke -  spent a few days in Nelson this week,  returning on Wednesday.  We hear that R. Uri is now sole  owner of thc Uri Bros, place on tbe  flats, and that E. Uri is going to im-  proe and build on the Cory place he  recently secured from W. J. Cooper.  Owing to the light snowfall this  winter a lot of slashing has been done  around here and it is expected a lot of  new land "will be under cultivation  thin npring. Heveral shipments ot  stumping powder havo already arriyed for some of the ranchers.  All the concert ex pen tic'*' having  settled up ���������*#t2.7f> has been turned over  to P. P. Packman for the uue of the  social committee of the Wynndel 1-hjc-  al of thc United Farmers of B.C.  Misu R. Hagen left on 'J'uesduy for  Sandon where whe rxpcctH to remain  for a month or so. She wiih accompanied by li. Uri who went, an far as  ���������I*������NtU-fj*ar to look up some limber lot-  his new boutie.  There i-: to be t\ dnnce nt tbe srheol-  ��������� r.      . > .      V    . .      V ,,  aoH|>i������-en of fin-United Par������nei*H.    Cood  ���������       i  floor and nood mut-fic. Everybody  welcome (**enlh "io ee-iitti. l.ndieH  pl.miu** bring kefretdiinents.  ('. K. KohiiiMm. di.Mkie.l lishei y in-  t,pe'������*t<ii. <*f Nelson. *xn:: a buhineis  visitor here on Monday looking  oyer  I t>>.    ,1.,'t,      *   lilrtr-l-       il|-|        I,|,|        ,,|      i||,       JloiM.  Creek culvert by t be <*. I\U.     He went  .     %.   ixr/  TJ  0.  *  itwiMtwimw-M- *<--w>-Mim ���������HiMwil*illFaF-TaM-*11   '���������*> TT     iii I       i ������������������fr���������Tff1  *V*-^225i*5tt������r*������l1r*r*^  -5E-3SS&85SB2  THE     RET  t   m   -'  ���������4m  -L-ild > i .  CRESTOXr*  B.Z.yC,  mn*M������  with fota  IfSiaS LULL';!"  ��������� ��������� i ��������� ni   a i ii  When 4 Da^s Old.  Cross  I and Cried, uuticurafieals.  ���������'     ������   ' ������������������������  ���������"My baby brother  had  eczema  which began when he was about  four ���������*ftsi',Ts old.    I* csnnd  t0.    1<U.1_ ���������I ��������� 1.. 3   .*   .00   rU,b.U   jfxLXAfrlXXZtt eUlU   UJCU  a lash, and he was cov-  I  ered.    He was so cross  that h  ���������/���������������/,--**t'd f-*-!    *~m *-*,*%   r-l*-mmm  ������.* }**s*^i "This lasted about two I  xst+sx months before v/e used i  Cuticura. It helped him, sows bought  more, and he was all healed after we  had used two cakes of Soap and two  boxes of Ointment." (Signed) Miss  Almeda Williams, Youngs .Cove,  N. B., May 22. 1918.  Uae Cuticura Soap, Ointment and  Talcum for all toilet purposes.  For ffr������o eamplo each of Cntlcnta Soap, Oiot-  Sent ������end Talcum address poet-card: "Catie-ax*,  apt. A, Batten, XX. S. A."   Sold cvery-whoro.  t\    E4-������/V>l*a������3������t������Q  _ _ _    _       _ _ ^g y n ^j, *������9  sac AjAvaitiaigv a & uwuvm-i  ro  Kiom  No one question is commanding  auch widespread interest in all countries  as   the     problem   of   equalizing  p .' V  1 rrx T-J*  fates    OI    llltciilcn.iv/.ual     e.ive_iice.ii&'~.  is a problem which first engaged the  attention of financiers and governments. Soon, however, it called for  the careful consideration of all mercantile    houses,    -manufacturers,    and  the   United   States   what   vve   owe   it j  either in gold or in  goods.    In    the  three years 1917, 1918 and 1919 Canada   bought   goods   from   the   United  States to a total of one billion dollars  in  excess of the value of the  goods  sold  by us  to  the  States.    Notwithstanding this heavy debt to the United    States, the American    Exchange  i National  Sank  of  New  York  estiin-  , ates that Canada has a favorable bal-  ��������� ance   with   the  whole  world  of  over  i $500,000,000.  '���������     In the meantime, and until Canada  lean collect from other countries, there  is only one of two ways, or a combination of both, whereby Canada can  right her    balance    with the    United  States.    (1)  By buying less from the  United  States than  in  the past, and  ; buying more at home and from Great  'Britain,  France  and  other  countries;  ! and (2) by producing in Canada in larger quantities those things which the  i United  States will buy from us, and  energetically proceeding to sell  such  goods across the line.  The fact that the Canadian dollar  has at present a purchasing power of  only 80 or 85 cents in the United  .States will, in itself, operate to discourage Canadian buying there, while  the fact that our dollar will buy more  than a dollar's worth of goods in Great  Britain will encourage heavier purchases there. This will help to right'ft-,-, t-  exchange conditions between Canada  and the United States, and will also  help the Motherland. From the purely Canadian standpoint, however, the  main thing is that our people should  produce    in ever increasing    volume  iiasily  aud  Qutcltly  Cured  with  EGYPTIAN LINIMENT  For Saie by All Dealers  Douglas & Co.,  Prop'ra. Napanee,  Ont.  rx  Developing Natural  Eesourees  Oso Cubes contain the rich nourish"  meat of prime beef in so compact and  convenient a form that they arts handy  for use anywhere, at any time. Ju6t a  cube���������hot water���������and a biscuit or two  ���������and a light sustaining meal is ready.  Drilling For Oil and Gas in Southwestern Saskatchewan  East End, in southwestern Saskatchewan, on the C. P. R. Branch line,  known as the Lethbridge- Weyburh  line, promises to bs the centre of oil  and gas drilling. Negotiations have  been completed by the Imperial Oil  Company for the purchase of thc oil  j drilling outfit there with a view, after  a geological survey has been .made in  the spring, to explore possibilities.for  oil and gas. East End is aiso known  as Frenchman's Creek and White Mud !  on account of the peculiar nature of j  the soil there. It is the centre of  large pottery works.  Individual purchaser. It has now  reached that acute stage where it is  Influencing politics, international and  domestic, and is vitally affecting all  channels of trade and commerce. In  the newspaper press, reviews, and in  private conversation it has eclipsed  even discussions of the Peace Treaty  ���������and the League of Nations.  cc far ?.s Canada is concerned, our  ���������money is at a premium in practically  ���������every country but the United States,  where it stands at a very serious discount. British money is at a discount in both Canada and the United  States, so, too, is French. Belgium,  Italian, German and other foreign  currencies. The United States alone  enjoys thc distinction of having its  money at a premium in all countries,  while Canada comes second with its  money at a discount only in the United States.  Canada has always purchased more  most easily and-, profitably export' to  that country.  At the same time, the Ottawa Government would bc well advised at  the approaching session of Parliament  if it loses no time in adopting the  policy advocated for so many years  by the farmers of thc West and increase the preference accorded to British goods under the tariff to fifty per  cent. This would greatly assist Great  Britain to enlarge her sales in Canada, and, to the extent that she does  so, to replace United States goods,  thus assisting both .Canada and Britain. It would likewise result in a  lowering of Customs taxation on the  masses ci the Canadian consuming  public.  Ciose American observers of conditions are becoming alarmed over thc  prospect of losing a considerable part  of their Canadian business���������Canada is  the best  customer the United  States  He May Be A Dummy  "Who is Edith to Marry?"  "His name is Bridge."  "Good  gracious!     Is   she  carrying       e   as   far   as   that?"���������Boston  Transcript.  WINTER WEATHER  HARD ON UTILE ONES  uur Canadian winters are exceedingly hard on the health of little ones.  The weather is often so severe that  the mother cannot take the little one  out for an airing The consequence is  that baby is confined to overheated,  badly ventilated rooms; take3 cold and  becomes cross and peevish. Baby's  Own Tablets should be given to keep  the little one healthy. Thcy are a  mild laxative which regulate the  stomach and bowels and thus prevent  colds. The Tablets are sold by medicine dealers, or by mail at 25 cents a  box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine  Co.,  Brockville. Ont.  EU  ALGIA  li you  cki  _. Stnow the  nerve-  racking agonies of Noural-  ?lo you will bleso tbe day  bat  Tompleton's  S**IH@u sti-si't-!������  CapsuS-ts  were discovered.    Tbis  {nmous remedy la nbso-  utely guaranteed to-glv*  relief to sufferers from  "Neuralgia.  Seu������*i ������OS free oasapla t������  Tempi-a cons, li* Sing Si.  *W.. Toronto.  Doctors recommend  tbena, and reliable druggists everywhere sell tbem  for 9i.o-% & box.  -7  LET "DANDERINE"  BEAUTIFY HAIR  Girls!  Haveamassoflong-i  thick, gleamy hair  F  Af7Baaaa  v~9 ~ n ivim  Templeton's FtAZ-MAH Gap.  Bulea are guaranteed to relieve  ASTHMA. Don't suffer an-  otner day.  Write Templetons. 142 King S*.  W., Toronto, for free-sample.  Reliable'druggists sell them ������������  ���������Sl.SM a bos.  The past can teach us some splendid lessons if we look closely.      We  have had great men and great movements; but the future as well as ths  present offers us even greater opportunities if we will only avail ourselves  of them.  After pocketing his fee the congratulations of the minister officiating at  a wedding are genuine.  Minard's   Liniment  where.  for   sale   every-  He who has no friends doesn't have  to lend them money.  Let "Danderine" save your hair and  double its beauty. You can have lots  of long, thick, strong, lustrous hair.  Don't let it stay lifeless, thin, scraggly  or fading. Bring back its color, vigor  and vitality.  Get a 35-cent bottle of delightful  "Danderine" at any drug or toilet  counter to freshen your scalp; check  dandruff and failing hair. Your hair  needs this stimulating tonic, then its  life, color, brightness and abundance  will return���������Hurry!  A Quinines That Does Not Affect  Tho Head  Because of Its tonic and laxative effect,  LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (Tablets)  .mm-m   *W������m   m-.i-.x0x   \xv.    rtrt.rr.0\4X 0trxxS.rx.v0    rvrt0.nt.xrt  Xjtztt xj%* xmmvjAx uf   xxaxjvjxxva jntxxi\/*A*.  vauoiuj'i  i nervousness or   ringing   in   the head.  j There ts only one "Bromo Quinine." E.W.  GROVE'S signature on the box.   30c.  Tf  4.S-  .        II ��������� C      _        ���������___       rxrxmX       m. ��������� m  ���������t.vcu    lhc    mica   ui   a.   yjyiOT   pGCt   wf-S  apt  to be cast in pleasant places ���������  when  he  goes fishing.  Minard*s Liniment Cures Dandruff.  The first medal recorded in history  was given by the emperor of China  in thc first century to his military  commanders.  Even when a man modestly admits  that he doesn't know everything, he  is secretly proud of the fact that he  knows everything worth knowing.  extensively in  the United States than j has���������and leading financial men there  that    country    has    in   Canada.      In   are urging adoption of a policy which  words, our imports from the  States have always exceeded our exports to that country. On the other  hand,   our   exports   to   Great   Britain  will have the effect of raising thc  value of the Canadian dollar across  the line back to par.  Canadians, however, should not de-  have always exceeded our imports ! pend on United States action, but  from the Old Land. In former years! should by hard work and unremitting  we have, therefore, been able to liqui-! energy increase production in all  date our "adverse balance" in the i lines, and thereby enormously in-  United States by British funds on j cease their export trade to the Unit-  New York; that is. we paid our debts jed States, and thus offset their heavy  in the States with money which Bii- j purchases of needed commodities  tain owed  to us.  from  that country.    And  the Ottawa  A".  -he  *-:---rt  '.irr.e   we  cnn::ot do ' Government should encourage and as-  this btcause, while Great   Britain  and   sist in this work by substantially low  other   European   countries   owe   Can-   ering,   or   altogether   removing.  CURE YOUR COLD  WITHOUT MEDICINE  Just Breathe "Catarrhozone."  Balsamic Vapor Does  the  Rest  Its  ada  rar more  c:  the  United  position  to ���������*���������.  rhiea   n :*��������� g "���������'. I  cause  v.'e  ha  ther.-. or.  err.  on tr.e other  large   sum a  States ov,*t  '.  Ther-fc r-r,  time when  Europe will be  Canada what it owe:; ii.;, \  tariff on all implements of prod'tction,  thev  are  not  in  a > coulJMnff therewith a larger tariff prc-  ���������.an  tliis  country owes  J-5  'ae in cash or in f.ecu-  -   in   the   Stritc3,     be-  beer.   forced   to  sol!   to  on  the  one  li'i'ic", nnd  cry. too, owe-, the States  c .���������<���������".'-.i a    of    wli'it    the  ���������!*;(,  g ���������'������������������)���������.- t!*nt  able to ]iuy  <- inn* t tin v  ference to British goods.  "Can you tell me the funniest thing  you ever saw?  "Yes, sir, I can. It was a man trying   to  blow   up   a   solid   rubber   lire  nn  an automobile."  A little nonsense then and now may  stir  tip   an   awful   row.  It's a tiny germ that sets up the  irritation that makes colds so disagreeable. Colds die quickly if Catarrhozone i3 used, simply because  the vapor of Catarrhozone instantly  destroys the germ that keeps the  cold alive. .  Every breath you draw through  the inhaler fills thc whole breathing  the I apparatus with pure piney essences  that stop colds at their very beginning. You experience a pleasant sensation of relief at once. Soreness,  congestion and irritation leave the  nose and throat, the* head is cleared,  and every trace of cold or catarrh is  cured. Catarrhozone is so sure, so  pleasant, such a safe remedy for winter illg, that you can't afford to do  without it.. Get the dollar outfit; it  lasts two months and is guaranteed to  cure. Small size 50c; trial size 25c,  all dealers or The Catarrhozone Co.,  Kingston, Canada.  :,"t*izt*f.!m-+-tf_-~xrL4  ^biill Enjoy iiie Flavor of  VS  JL ^B %m.jr JET p-T^Sk.. J, ^3    JBM.  ^Sm^*-**^^    T^-Timir******^      --JftW^        ^j^^^r      JLu    ^~   Jmmlm  and this  table drSixk. is e^-isy  to make   just   ri^tt.  /~v  as de Aired, milking it strong Or  mild to suit  taste*  Used Instead of coffee, Hit-  w**x r.,rA,-X rx,-x-* 4r-f-*.m.  ixJr"%xL,*~4.rX?'.X       XXJ4X  Td jd-0. -. 0  JL%Jt-4~Ax.  rlbr/w dm.-.t���������1-..i  S.   JL-V/H-ew  p.et   ^rr^ .^, -. ru, r-v m-. X rt #���������*.   ���������  0Ud\r.<Jt4- X\SX XXMm^-XX  The Dipapiiotntiufj Peace  This i.s not the peace whose hope  sustained ua Ihrough the dark days  of the war. The new world that we  thought wc were making then is still  unformed; the spirit of international  rivalry and distrust is not safely  chained up; and instead of a world  animated by the ideal of common  liduii, 't.'c ii;.i'\. .. .voile.., i>;ii'l������y w.J,  traded by the rivalry between the  fiercely opposing principles of con-  .-tiiiitional pioj-rcsu and partisan tyr-  *������������������������������������'���������.-, i-i.v.-'.ly ;���������.���������:?>,��������� i;���������*,-��������� -.ti ij-.difTcrcnct  towards this issue which it cannot  really feel, and indulging the old  l.onc.'i of i-oTItK:^I I.iv>UtIou thai Lioke  ...J.I.. i.r       .   -I i.-lllx.^ylj      UUUlHj       LUL.      V,UI.  A good many moving spectacles are  duo to heartless landlords.  When tho '.^Idc*.  cupturcs m fly lib  coiiildcrs It a net jraln.  .LJL'L..? .....:.... ?.?.LLL-Jt..'?..' ������������������ ~&!  WHEN you buy a phonograph you want  to be sure that you are getting tha  best instrument to bc had for thc money���������  one that will give lasting satisfaction. But  how can you bc sure unless you know what  to loolc for? This book outlines thc vital  point3 that should be considered. Tho  author, Henry Purfort Eames, L.L.B., is a  renowned Concert Pianist, lecturer and  Director of thc Tianofortc Dcpt, Cosmopolitan School of Music.  THE Brunswick "All Phonographs in  Onc," answers every one of the rigid  tests which Mr. Eames says should govern  phonograph purchases.  Mail This Coupon Tonight  %t.  / LSIJT  I  I  i  i  6  I  I  ������*.  V  I  I  I  I.  -00..  THE   MUSICAL   MERCHANDI8K  SALES COMPANY  Dent. W.ii.L,., bl- Y.oii������e bt��������� iuiout-j  i'Ica������eei teene*. mc fir.r eit e.lmiuei uiltl *-*.'uat|,<fcIi������������  ���������ilia booklet "What to look for in buying *  liHonotfraph."  :amk  .���������ntr.iv  r.o ntoviNcu    ....���������  mm -SCtAAAAl  |U|^|^r^i^^^^^b ?AyZZZ'PZ  \S.:'ZpZ;A  mm  man  0-m  tm-m-mS  zl  ������?**  THS     REVTEW,      CUi^TOK,  I U.S. Suspends Trading  res  o-  London.���������The bill for-Irish home  rultf- long promised by the government, was presented in the House of  Commons here. The first reading was  of the title alone, and was a mere  foruaality, preliminary to taking up  the measure proper.  The present bill, it is understood,  adheres fairly closely to the measure  as outlined by Premier Lloyd George  in the House on December 22 last.  Tlie government project centres on  Betting up two parliaments in Ireland, one for thc south and one for  the north.  Home rule, as the government  .hopes to give it to Ireland, is based  primarily upon the declaration of the  Premier in his December speech that  Great Britain cannot accept separation, but the largest opportunity will  be given to the Irish people to unite  on the constitution of parliament in  the course of time, which will embrace Ireland as a* whole.  For the north of Ireland the area  embraced will probably include thc  six counties mentioned by the Premier in his original outline, with possibly* some slight modifications, as a  consequence of which the northern  parliament will be a. vcxv much smaller body than the southern organization. __...  One of thc fundamental features of  the bill has always been a council  representing the two parliaments, and  it is understood that this council'will  derive its powers from the two bodies,  which will be responsible for its selection. The proposed legislatures  will have extensive powers, and also  representation in the imperial parliament. .  Such matters as education, local  government, agriculture, transportation, municipal affairs, insurance and  the collection of taxes will be under  the control of these two legislatures,  whiles-Matters of rhor^sericJb'sr Import  to the empire, such as foreign affairs,  defence, navigation and the higher  judiciary, are reserved for the decision  of the imperial  government.  Mr. Lloyd George announced that  the proceeds of land annuities in Ireland would be given as a free gift to  the two parliaments, and estimated  that this would amount to 3.000,000  pounds for the year. This sum, or  other industrial provision, will be  made for the maintenance of thc parliaments, if the- government's bill is  accepted.  Buy U.S. Army Cars  London.���������Thc Evening" News says  that an ..English fir mot motor car  agents has completed a deal with the  American government for virtually ail  the cars used by the American army  on the Rhine. The transaction, the  newspaper, asserts, involves between  ������1,500,000 and  ������2,000,000.  W-.0.\      T.        ���������_  mra Russia  Capture   of   Vladivostok   By   Social  Revolutionaries Causes Halt  in Business  New York.-���������Trade between the  United States arid Siberia, which bade  fair to run into the millions, has been  suspended as a result of the capture  of Vladivostok by Social Revolutionaries.  Thousands of dollars worth of furs  are reported io be in Vladivostok  awaiting shipment to the United  States.  Another Epidemic  OF THE  SPANISH INFLUENZA  A great many authorities have predicted a return of that terrible plague  which swept Canada from one end to  the other not Jong ago and left so  many deaths in its wake, and thos*?  who did survive were, left in a great  many cases with some serious aftereffect, such as weak heart, shattered,  nerves, impoverished ��������� biqod and a  general weakened and exhausted condition of the system.  Tf you are run down, heart not just  right, nerves a little shakv, take a  few boxes of Miiburn's Heart and  Nerve Pills and fortify the system  against   this, terrible  plague.  If vou had the "Flu" before and  it '.ert you wit-n any t>aa alter errect.  Mi'burn's Heart and Nerve Pills will  bring you back to health and  strength.  Mrs. C C. Palmer, Kcppel, Sask..  writes: "I wish to inform you of tbp  great good Miiburn's Heart and  Nerve Pills did for me. After a bad  attack of the Spanish influenza mv  heart and_ nerves were loft in a verv  bad condition. T got two boxes -of  your pills and must say they are thr  best I ever usf-d, and T have take������-  a great many different kinds. I will  always keep Heart and Nerve Pilla  in   the house."  Price 50c a box at all dealers or  rnailed direct on receipt of price by  The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont.  Lift off Corns!  Doesn't hurt a bit and Freezone  costs only a few cents.  *%  &&  o-  Witu j ~txt fingers! You can lift off  any hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toes, and the hard skin  caKuses  from bottom of feet.  A tiny bottle of "Freezone" costs  little at any drug store; apply a few  drops upon the corn or callus. Instantly it stops hurting, then shortly  you lift that bothersome corn or callus  right off, root and all, without one bit  of pain or soreness. Truly! No humbug 1  Toronto, Ont." ��������� An embargo on  trading in stocks, bombs, or other securities, irom countries outside Canada, will go into effect immediately.  nils urastic action has oeen taken dv  the financial interests of the Dominion  at the request of Sir Henry Drayton,  Minister of Finance, in order to protect the home security market.  Trading with American exchanges  for cash will thus come to an end for  the time being, though there is no  restriction against buying on margins,  except that imposed by adverse exchange. Action was forced by the  flooding of the Canadian market with  bonds and stocks from Britain, under  which the sellers reaped a handsome  profit owing to the premium on the  Canadian  dollar.  In a statement issued by the bond  dealers' association, intimation was  given that action will be taken to  prevent the importation of non-essentials, especially from the United  States, and that the issuance of new  securities for non-essential purposes  in Canada would be discouraged.  Agents of American manufacturers  in Toronto, who learned of the proposed hew restrictions, were greatly  agitated and anxious for information  as to the probable course of parliament.  Russian War Loss  Libau.���������Russian Soviet newspapers  received here estimated the - Russian  losses through the war at 32.000,000,-  000 rubles. The Russian newspaper  says the country is unable to export  anything at the present time, but on  the other hand finds it necessary to  import provisions valued at one billies  rubies.  CALGARY DIRECTORY  CS-ember  ^li\RKS  Women shouldn't cry; it's more picturesque to sob.  Madrid. ��������� Thirty houses and a  church have been destroyed by a tornado which swept over the town of  Bcnicarfo, on the eastern coast of  Spain, 30 miles northeast of Valencia.  THE  )hiropracior  PRIVATE DRESSING ROOMS, X-  RAY. Phone M1660: 9 Caledonian  Block, 226 Eighth avenue east.  Calgary . - - Alberta  SEAL   RADIATOR   FLUID  FREEZING  INJURIOUS  Absolutely  Guaranteed  Buy   It   At   Once   for   Your   Car  Sprucex Polish Co. Calgary  St. Hilda's College  FOR GIRLS  Boarding and Day Punils  MISS L. 3HIBLEY, Principal  Established   1905  12th Ave. W., Calgary, Alberta  K o*-*tt**-������'f c?  ������X.Zm^4*0vxy  Good, live Salesmen, who appreciate  a staple line sold direct to users, will  be given  protected  territory.  P. R. BRECKEN, Limited  1  ono   T *r\ r\ T?  m-t-*6~       m-tXm-' 0>t^ m*.   ���������  T511 ? 1A. rx *r_mf* ^ 1 or -a i"***  -~m~mmm-mmmm^ *w*h*0������.j  {  Moezel to Succeed Erzberger  Berlin.���������Under Secretary of State  Moezel, who on January 27 was named by Mathias Erzberger as deputy  in the finance ministry, has been selected to succeed Herr Erzberger,  who has resigned as head of that department.  Heart 'Trouble  Faulty   digestion   cause*   lbs _  generation   of   gase*   in   the ^S  etomacb -which inflate and press j  down on the heart and interfere H  with its regular action, causing 2  faintness and pain.    15 to 30 ���������?  drop-* of Mother Seiflel's Curative H  Svrnp *(***? me&!s sets digestion 2  nght.which allows the heart to 9  Heat full and regular. 9  KGALORE  Five Burned to Death  Montreal.���������A woman and four children were burned to death at Greenfield Park East, about fifteen miles  from here. From the meagre details  it .is presumed thcy were casualties  when thc housc in which they lived  took fire, and thcy were unable to  escape.  What Wonder Health Restorer  Does for Suffering Humanity  THOUSANDS THROUGHOUT ALBERTA AND CANADA CURED OF  TERRIBLE   DISEASES   BY   THIS   WONDERFUL  HEALTH-RESTORING   REMEDY  Prolongs the life oi coal, coke or slack in the fire. Increases the heat.  Decreases soot, smoke and ashes. Does not smell or give off fumes. Is  non-poisonous and absolutely harmless.   A remarkable British invention for  giving  nTj*" * nwn   tr������ttit������t  ***--  by scientifically increasing the heat and life of the fire. A 75c package will  treat one ton of fuel.  TWO OF OUR MANY TESTIMONIALS    -  Calgary. Alta., Jan. 26, 1920.  The Alberta Koalore Syndicate,  Calgary, Alberta.  Gentlemen,���������I tafce great pleasure in adding  my testimony to so many others which you  have received in favor of Koalore. I can  truthfully say it is a saving of fifty per cent.  PHELPS BROTHERS.  Sanitary and Heating Engineers.  Calgary. Feb. 12, 1920,  The Koalore Syndicate.  Molson  Bank  Building,  Calgary.  Dear     Sir,���������We    have    thoroughly     tested  Koalore   and   have   much   pleasure   in   recom-  on the coal bills. I tried it in my stove at. mending its use.  home just out of curiosity, and I was agree- We obtained very satisfactory results with  ably surprised at thc result. I found that | both Steam and Lump Coal; we also found  after treating my coal with Koalore that I had that it not only saves in coal used, but also  to use only half the amount of coal and T got ��������� produces   an   intense  heat.  This Soldier Knows  What Helped Him  DODD'S      KIDNEY      PILLS  CLEANED       OUT       HIS  RHEUMATISM  He Found in the Old Canadian Remedy Relict That the Hospitals oi  Egypt Could Not Give.  Cape St. Ge-orgt.-, Nfld., March 1. ���������  (Special.)���������Eugene Corncct, keeper of  the light and fog alarm here, and who  was oversea-*; with lite Newfoundland  forces, is a firm believer in Dodd's  Kidney Pills as a help for kidney  dircr-.r,-- rtrtd rhr-nn-erMirtn.  "For two ycars I suflVicd from kidney disr'ise and rheumatism," Mr.  Corncct states. "I was treated for  thciu in thc hospitals in Egypt. Uut  It v:?". (iv-- hove--* of l".ivt'!'.i Kielnry  Tills thai cured me."  DoddV. Kidney Pills are purely a  kidney re merely. By putting the kidneys in -.hup-.-, -lo trti.tin all the iutpiiii-  ia,',    e.rit,    'Jr.    tm.    yi.i-i   ii    ....j      .*....,    .v      ii...  tirlr" arid, thr cause of rheumatism.  With the kidneys clcan-iinn the blood,  there** can b<- no urio arid to crystallize  In the _ muscles and cause those ex-  ���������rrttrintini*1 p.iius known :n rlmmm-  ttntn.       Ask    your* neighbors    about  TrLiMz. Kitiuvy i*;::...  rrr- ��������� ��������� ~~. ?s-. .?-.-*  Well-Known    Edmonton    Man    Cured    of  Tuberculosis  in   Six   Months  George  Harris,  Calgary.  "1 have recommended your Wonder  Health Restorer to over a hundred people  her*.* lor what it has done for me. I got  so low with Tuberculosis that leading doctors only gave me six month:-, to live,  ssiying 1 was a hopeless case Being run  down to 100 pounds, I gave up all hope  of recovering Hearing of this wonderful  cure, I decieieel to try it, and after taking  il for six mouths, 1 was completely cured  nnd gained over fifty pounds. ��������� Yours  gratefully. Chas. M. Hamilton.  11222 'JOth Street,  Edmonton,  Alta.  Prominent    Alberta    Minister    Cured    of  Stomach Trouble  Mr. George Harris,  Calgary, Alta.  T)e*ar Sir,���������For several years I have  had a form of stomach trouble, which at  times has caused mc great suffering and  which impaired my general health. Since  taking your mcelicmc I havc been relieveel  I.: ,-.:.!: a :.-.!:.".f::rtory v.viy th:;! T e'o mot  hesitate to recommend it as a tonic for  building up ones iicaitlt. ��������� vours very  truly, (Rev.)   II.   D.   Man-.  706  Centre Street,  Cnlgary.  Prominent Champion Citizen Cured of un  Ulcerated Stomach  Mr. A. S. Roberts, gents' furnisher,  Champion, Alberta, write:) to any that after  u six months* treatment of Woneler Health  Restorer he ha* been completely cured of  ulceration  of  the  fttoin.ie.-li,  from  which   lie  UUl7r..r.u       fir!        >x~l-. "iv. ��������� 'lOt':. '.tr       I..!.i.i*,.  Wonder Cure he had been treated by tho  best medical men ou lhc Continent of  America. He rceommemU the Wonder  Health Restorer to all sufferer*.  After    35    Years  of    Suffering,  Calgariart  Cured of Bronchial Asthma  George Harris, Herbalist, Calgary.  Dear Sir,���������Having been a sufferer for  thirty-five   years   of   this   terrible   dise-asc  called Bronchial Asthma, and having triejd  nil kinds of remedies and hospital treatments without relief, I gave up hope. I  was adviseel to try Wonder Health Rc-  otorer, and 1 did so, and after taking five  months' treatment I am glad to say I feel  a new man. It is sure a wonderful cure.  ���������1  remain, yours thankfully,  T.  E.  Hughes.  114-1  Tenth   Street   East,   Calgary.  Popular   C.P.R.   Conductor   Cureel  of   Inflammatory   Rheumatism  George  Harris, .Calgary.  Dear Sir,��������� hi May of last year I was  stricken with Inflammatory Rheumatism  anel sulfcieel terribly from it. I trieel  various rcmeelics, balcc-ovcus ami the like,  but with only temporary relief, nnd the  rheumatism kept getting worse. At last  1   trieel   Woneler   Health   Restorer, unci  :im  more heat with no smoke and no smell, and I  found it so easily applied to the coal 1 would  not be without it, as I consider it has cut my  coal bill in half.  I am, yours truly,  JOHN   F.   BARRY.  85 Six-A Street.  It the public would get familiar with Ut  use before next winter, 1 am sure that it will  not only save them money, but they would  get   far  better   results.  Yours -trulv,  PHELPS   BROS..  Per H. C.  Phelpt.  50   PER   CENT.   SAVING   GUARANTEED  Ask Your Storekeeper For It, or Write���������  THE KOALORE SYNDICATE  Molson's Bank Building, Calgary  Alberta  Beware of Imitations M-V  Agents Wanted  '���������*������-'X'-������^'������'-i^^  :>���������,������������������^^���������^���������S���������^^y.:-���������>Jv:���������<;a,.v--:;���������:i,���������<���������';^fvi^f���������,���������.^a^y^l,^.^  Mm*  to  ths  mv  left   mc*  ami   I   fe'cl   utroin-"  ai-aiu  ami  original self.���������Yourn very truly,  Tames  Maxwell.  1809  Elizabeth Street,  linst  Calgary.  C.P.R. "Engineer Cured After Heine n  Martyr to Headache for Yeara  Mr. J. S. Stingley, the; well-known C.P.  R. engineer running: between Vancouver  nnd llc-vrlstoke*, writes that he has been  completely cured after a three months'  treatment of Woneler Health Restorer. In  the course of his testimonial lie nays: "l  can truthfully r���������.-.-' it Iir*.". elour* v.,nni!ci,:i fnr  me. I was a martyr to headachci and in-  digestion, Iml it was not until 1 told*, youi  lic.etmciit that I got any lclief und wuu  completely cured."  \ki  M  WONDICR   I-mAT/TH  RKSTORTCU  CURES  V  Rheumatism, i������ct.->lica. Lumbago, Nervousness, Neuritis, Stomach Troiihtu, Fevers,  Af!thm������, Cnm.iiinptioii, Skin Diseases, lloiltt. I'iles, Heart Troubles, Kidney Troubles, Catarrh,  Constipation, Flu, and palne of ull kinds, bchidcs chilelren'i) trutible-i. It relieves almost  rvcryihiiiir,  whrn   taken,   ut   timer**,   ber.ielra  lmilelmg  tip   the   whole   uyeitemi.  -* '_' '���������-     '.      ���������   ' ,'        *   i . . _     'a  i.Liyj.i.xf.tr.)     y. 11 ., ... . r      ... .   . L . ..      ...... i ���������.?..'.    I.  ~,     ., , ',.. ".j ','. "*, '? .  Rev.   Fathrr   N'rwniiin,   St.    Mary'n   Csthrdrnl,   Cnlgury.  Ur.   A.   M.    Ho''ui*L,   C. IMl.   I'eiCicntcr   Entiucci,   Culguty.  Mrs.  I'*.   It.  Muhoii, Oycn,  Alberta.  W.    M.   ColliMJii,   Comii-ilssioiicr   of   Police,   lluuff,   Alia.  ORDER YOUR TREATMENT TODAY  The- i-rle-e of WONDKIt IIF.AI.TII HKSTOni'.R it ihreo Imttle*-* (Including tm* 7$c. l������r>t������l������  Thy''���������'-.*���������������   llitl-T  To-nie-*},  j-.onp.elel.  (V00.     Pull  lieiole  ol  dirrrfionei  wltn  t-rrry  bottle-.  Kit's Mftniifftotdre-r for desncielre nm. 1li������ llnltrel Mtnt-**'t  OKORGK  HARRIS.   MICRDALIRT  ������"* ���������"������    *���������     '-'������������������*     '<������.1*      n,.A���������ts~-    %-tmt.      4"w.^.r-,*r0P       * 11-, *,-������... -������������   ir  I  ui [.tmi iti-A 2,\C'.).������ e..t  of rear tires, mileage  difference due to overloading my Ford by con-  maiitlv hauling three barrel,-!  ol   oil.     ���������llies-.e   lues  i. ,...\,   .... .i     ���������  1  ly   three   year*,   ���������tn!   thc  itui't e'n-'i ;,-.*.: c-.i z".  ���������somewhere without punctures, blowouts, lorn of  time-, makes Dayton Air-  le������M about half the pneumatic e.o.*rl iee lhc lu.uf  i iiii.���������T. limit!*, Aa-it.  Ti <-������.,, Ilu...b!������ ."- CAt  Couit Oil Co. ���������dma  **-St_ -    Jtmrn  .   .^^~m ****-*!g8!  piewo/\PuncJure Proof AM2  wjbber\  Easy Riding  Put Dayton Airiest Tires on your car now  and forget punctures, blowouts, pumps and  patches.     Seven   years  of  service  has  pro-  ercn     liicik     hUi.cc--.:>    <.*.r,*.i    e*.i.uijriii>.        O.C  ioO.IJU'vl      UIC      ill       U������C       IUU.1J, 'i'llvj        M.r.r'i  bounce like* n tight pneumatic nor d-.*-a-g  like a loose, pneumatic. Thcy arc eafcy  riding���������aud wear till there's nothing left  but skicda.  EQUIP YOUR FORD  or   atiy   other   car   using   30xJ   or   30x3   1-2  sixes.     No   spare  tire   needed.     Thousands   in  u^e on light  delivery rsr?.     H.OfiO niiln   guaranteed.     Send  coupon  for booklet  anel   prices.  EXCELLENT TERRITORY  OPEN  We   hove   a   splendid   proposition   to   offer   to  t-L. .';..c..   :'.:...   :..   -:'i'j    "v'".'.'"',*   ���������������������������V.'-r'*   ���������*���������"***  l,->v.%  no agent.    Mail the coupon for the facts.  Superior Auto Specialties-, LtcJ.  337 Twelfth Ave.  CALGARY - - -       ALBERTA  MAIL THIS COUPON  SUPERIOR AUTO  SPECIALTIES   LTD.  337-I2lii Ave.  E���������  Calgary,  Alberto  tuirei   on   Davton  r.rr.'\    ImoVlM    Btie!  iill.1    ltd    lo.io ���������..<..  . . t *'- '-^ i-e^'-r  Light   Delivery   Cars  Dealer'*  le'ropoiition  ��������� ������#��������������� ,������������������>���������.������..������,  ������#������������...,  w-^Hrt-rf*<>e,wiw'rMw'ewu'wi������w������irHr*. .^.r,i,,r������-M*������,rWM-i,'-ewi'reNfe������,we,i,Mr>i*ee������,i,^'������-*e-������f*|f<-rtMytf|  i-tj������*iMWitWIW->ti-j.-S!i^^^  ������lliriiH,imr.������irii|uini,MWi,|������ii.jrw  ,111'' ,i im iiiiwmni-iienii  nrf,(rjMUirrrniir,irri,,r.wrij������yrrr  iSmm  l,iililMwr,iMI,iWHi,^i--rA>i|-rri/rrr-������w,  l JtrnJ^txtlimtimtiiim tr  :XH*B^ctos*6H''-x ^i&8  THE CRESTOH BEVIEW  w  !?- i  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C*  $nbscv'ption : $2 a year in advance.  S2-50 to U.S. points.  C. P. Hayes, Editor and Owner,  PRESTON,  FRIDAY, MAR. 19  The departure this month of R.  B.  Staples  and J. W.  Hamilton  from the positions of manager and  accoiintant, respectively, of Creston Fruit Growers''Union, means  the disappearance from that institution of two men who in their  respective   capacities  have   done  more to stabilize and popularize  co-operative selling and buying at  this end of Creston   Valley   than  might offhand be manifest.  With all due respect to their  predecessors in those positions  and the, possibly, more trying  times in which they had charge,  the fact remains that Messrs. Staples and Hamilton took hold of  the Union at a time when it was  practically bankrupt and the securing of products for marketing  no easy task in view of disastrous  prices previously obtained thru  this selling agency, the uncertain  payments of monies due, to say  nothing of several thousand dollars owing ranchers on previous  seasons' trading.  To have���������in four seasons���������wiped out the arrears" to growers  along with a few thousand of back  debts owing .wholesale concerns  as well- to have paid off a mortgage loan of another $1000 on the  Union property on Canyon Road;  to have taken care as they came  due of all the accounts since then,  and.at the same time accumulate  a cash surplus of over $7000 is  the most effective way to convince  of the efficient work these gentlemen have accomplished. Money  talks, and. in Union affairs it has  had the historical "two talks";  the ranchers have the cash in their  bank accounts and the Union now  has a financial rating hard to beat.  On the excellent financial results, while the major portion of  the credit will fairly be accorded  Mr. Hamilton for his result-getting collection system, Manager  Staples is also to^be commended  ���������Fi-.-,*      Tvi-a,*      -lTirl o-rh ptiI-.      invsiv-is-il-iTv  for wise judgment invariably  shown in picking and -choosing  customers. .  Too, in any discussion of the financial feature of Union affairs it  is Mr. Hamilton's just due to re  mark that he enjoys the'unbound-  ed confidence of all who-do business with the organization���������a confidence that has always been justly merited, as a Hamilton statement  in  writing  has  never yet  been found to check up wrong,  while in his verbal observations he  has the knack of striking the happy medium between undue optimism and any unwarranted feeling in an opposite direction���������and  growers'   statements   always  reflected his opinions to a nicety.  In like measure Mr. Staples had  the faculty of buoying up the spirits of his clients in times of sugar  oT-in-Y-fa rvc.    Kxf\r\     -pl-n     flr\*i-rIo*m*irt*r<       "fl"S5**f  SJX.~.\SX.  -uUi^ V/       e-H/J-a-V*.       .*,.*. l*.        VuiUVlUXVO fU J.AC* t)  badly shot the market to pieces,  and taking things by and large  rarely sized the situation up  wrong one way or the other.  In addition to selling the Union  output on the highest market and  bujdng the growers' supplies at  the lowest prices, Mr. Staples' residence in the Valley qualified him  to handle marketing affairs in a  way that worked out to advantage.   Por instance, knowing most  of the growers would be busy  at  haying about the time the Wealthy   and   Mcintosh   Red   apples  would be moving, he was successful in selling these varieties domestic pack at prices that no other  district in B. C. realized.  Besides the satisfactory financial features to Mr. Staples' management,, in his four years in control great improvement has been  shown in the quality of the pack  of Union marketed fruit, whieh  has brought with it the inevitable  increased demand for the local  orchard product.  Another  Union  triumph   that  may be directly attributed to him  is a very  considerable  widening  of the market on which there is a  call for Creston goods.    Previous  residence in Manitoba gave him  some acquaintance with the trade  in that province which he utilized  so ably that for 1919 the sales  of  Creston apples, particularly, were  almost    as   heavy    at    Manitoba  points as they were in the nearby  province   of  Alberta ��������� and the  quality so excellent that Creston  Wagners are now conceded to be  the best fruit of that variety that  goes into such cities as Brandon  and Portage la Prairie.  Modern financiers tell.us- there  are seventeen points to be observed in conducting any business successfully. The first one is, "Deliver the goods", the others don't  matter.    In this all important re-  r"|^HE Demand Will Exceed the  '-*- OutDUt=Place Your Order  ~~r  jnow:  ~-&%S  Jl'  rf~****--#������4    _  ~\^ xT- ������-6r������ ���������������-%-������-* -A* ���������*������ r  \m~~%I JULl ^J-% ~-M.y  4~- r-r-I-C T- tT-t *Z%  ~%\XV AO-O  '4r\m*r~ 4r  oil account of the shortage of raw  material, they entertain no hope of  lying the demand for Ford  ���������5"S"5 "���������a"*-fl"* - vli  iJars during the coming season.  Our allotment of cars will be  small compared with the demand  that will exist in this territory.   In  m     * ���������**}���������������  tnis anotnient  IS,  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* *   ���������.  CRESTON AUTO & SUPPLY   -   Dealers    .  f 3.  m-mKS.Mm.t.J A *WA %  every respect, and they well de-  . . J-tx  r.      ��������� ..... Zxx. r.    A..-* 1-.-.-1-4- IX r.    +1> 4. Ar     r,v,r\  Sei'VC    LUC    ^CUUIUC    lrillLFU.-L,-CS3    LlirOrlr   rUrivJ  n ** tt     -u. ls d~    i    i being paid them by the  Valley  gard Messrs. Hamilton and Staples  eitizens almost without exception,  have   more   than   made   good   m ���������  M, \ff C*      iW S-Vf ff%      \$Z&  Jffja    mm   Stmt MJm   Bal    m    m jobs?  #**% If   ~~m      ff^m B^-S   \\m~9       B  LmnsS SeSSing  IS  Success generally comes to those who go looking for it, and the man with a substantial  Savings Account is always in a position to  grasp good opportunities for investment  advancement.  Save!    Open an account with this Bank  once*    Interest paid at current rate*  ot  at  100  ������I?   CANADA  CRESTON BRANCH,  C. W. ALLEN,  Manager.  ^jg������J n \^ ^y^f %Z? H ���������QJ'a    cfty. im ���������Ej^C-' B 1 iLS %^ I d  Wc liiivu already sold out  our new shipment. I'laec  your onlfr* for MKhf TV?  RKDand MAMMOTH hn-  liw-Hiali-ly  as tli<-r<-   i.s   difli  eiiiii.y      in     111 a .i-i 11 i 11^     im ,.ii!,.    i:..,.  in I'l'ii' "*'���������  i  I  I  I     nPn ..  .        ���������   R  ...  IF   YOU  APPLES  pii'-ts^   n-poii,   aiiiounl,  variety to (.lie Mauu^ei  ��������� it-     r11r������ *.'     m i'r:i tie*-,-'.      I'm-  HAVE  ANY  ON      HAND  and  that  r I ta  il ������*f������*-; i  *x~4 M  i    1  iiii  It-ri rr'  MNIMHMN  ~~~m~  L, J Ml TLU  tJ-n,xrti iff ���������jMf-<*',,,,***i**i*-lli*i*Vfl**'  TW'yiw.-!" '^'^v^^~>^mf%  "While considerable satisfaction  felt over the quite numerous  sales of improved properties that  are being, and have been, recorded the past few months, at prices  that make eyeryone feel good���������  the vendor because he is getting a  fair return for, in many cases,  pioneer effort j and thc fellow who  is holding because he anticipates  such sales will entitle him to ask  an extra $100 or $200 an acre  next year, or whenever hc wants  to quit the land���������it cannot entirely 'escape one's attention that  these sales, while good for and undoubtedly the just due of those  selling, have their little drawbacks in some cases, in that one  party is moving in and the other  party is liable to be moving away;  production is not augmented, nor  is population greatly increased,  and little if any progress is being  mado to clear and get under cultivation a considerable area ot* wild  land that must be of equal fertility to the acreage at present under crop.  In these days of bonuses of one  sort and another it might not bc  bad policy for the an tho ri ties to  consider extending special considerations to newcomers who are  prepared to go on and develop  our logged-ofr hinds. And in nil  immigration literature that is being iHHu-wl, either from Victoria  or Ottawa, insofar as -B.-U, is cyu-  eei-ned, prominence should he given to thc desirability and advau-  l luces of neweniiiei'N liilnnir up  11 rnw u rents.  iiie   eli'inuini   i'or   iiiiicii   lie!**   iii  lhe. Valley ������n   now    reaching   the  slage where we ejin provide nee.d-  eiiiployiueii,   for this  class   of  :-*H|i')- mni-!i nioiv readily limn iu  <li<*   e-a-'i"   of   lhe   fir.it coiner:;  who  were to a frreat  extent dependent  , I, i  ��������� i .* t        !',"*''  ��������� e I e 11 e i e I  llllrllie'tMII!';   V\'|li!e'  along with Tire Repairing material have advanced but we will sell  for  March at old prices.  It you have an old tire with a bad blow-out get one of  our Porcupine Blow-Out Boots; it will hold the  life of the tire.  BRING IN YOUR CAR FOR AN OVERHAUL���������  we have the repairs and will guarantee our workmanship.  IF YOU WANT A FORD and don't book early don't  cuss us if we cannot supply later.  CRESTON AUTO & SUPPLY  R. S. BEVAN, Manager.  i e  8  111,111   Vt  >'!   11  t lasted.  II  UNPREPAREDNESS  ���������-FAILURE  A bank account is an assistant  in character building. It establishes the  confidence, independence and pride which  increases effort and paves the way to success.  Open  an account to-day  and be  prepared. 74A  THE CANADIAN BANK  OT���������^OIV41V/IFRCF  ^mjr'mmjrw)~ v Jii V JLJL���������4JL ^l.V_^J! S  PAID-UP CAPITAL - $l\000.000  RESEPA'E FUND - ��������� $15,000,000  C1U-STON BRANCH, C. G. Bennett. Manner.  izuA-jtxaammmmttimm  im^m-^m^mi^^m r^hr^H     -r-rr^-���������>��������� m. .���������.. ���������  .1. ,mx~ .,. 0m. 0x~^^ mum. mx.m llhrjThl JtMltUXtdL .Ifc Jl ���������.fc.^lfc jA, .1 rtfL^JL. M it  J^Lx.m,  f--V"7���������^"* ���������PI1 i���������^'*m^^,^FVrm!mmm0Wm!swl^H&fnWim^^w-t  '^^^^J^^^^^^^^m-m-l-^mmmm^m  .u.'luu.lk'Wa'r!  elwmmmiv00*griftfqpityFm00tmtmwi*miWllH^r^mtTmmvn*. m. .. .  ftmilfftmiiemmm^ilmmSI VJx^MtllMllt0������Xti^-mi*3g������.l0^<t0  ������tttt IHrHniliri"iiiii)     im' ' '  "~          ������UU:u< THE CBSSTCK BFVIEW  Oranbrook  has   a  demic of mumps.  small-sized   eni-  In Men's; Wometl's arid Children's  footwear we are indeed fortunate in  At Cranbrook the electric light com- shelves of innumerable cellars would  pany is wanting to rkise its rates from be empty next winter.  18 to 22 cents per kilowat hour.    The  k/-OHlrSL  ,K1  t*   fen*    r\fffxir   cii-r-  new   am  popular shoes at siich conservative,  i  l-uw   jpii-^Co  Besides th6 ptner ex<?ell^nti quMitiel' pur new  shoes are so comfortable that you can forget all  about your feet and never; realize that you have  on new shoes until you take them off.  '     *' - r"' ,,* ,        .     r    mt ... .. . -. .',:i������.*    fv. <^������:~    ���������  Men?s Work Shoes at $6*50 pair  This is4 a line thati meritsspecial attention.   T^his  shoe cannot foe had wholesale at this price today.  A  ���������#'*  GENERAB MERCHANT  CRESTON  This week*s arrival of  At Bonners Ferry the Great Northern is ,now,. paying 8(1) cents for No.  3. ties, and 60 cents for two's.  ������������������-..     -P'���������;.'. -p ;'*���������'���������"       -���������'''  Ferule's tax rate this year will be  ������4 mills. Almost half-bf it is required  for. school 8p%rpbses, the trustees askingfor $43,600-  Starting the"d&rst-of March the moving picture'Theatres  at "Nelson   and  81 Trail advanced the general admission  a 1 price ten cgihs.  %\     Z\y   .   ���������������������������������.*.rV'"    '������������������*   '  "| j p.*..*!������(jQi a itibnth is the lowest salary  paid teachers on the public school  staff ..at, Grand Forks. The principal  'draws aown'^ioiK  The. Cranbrook Herald believes the  C.P.I&* hasf serious intentions of very  shortly "^iiutting on--?, another train between Spokane and Calgary.  ���������/^ptei ^raper^esvare not exactly a  drug on the market at Cranbrook. A  .few. days ago the Cross Keys changed  hands at; a pri-se --around $10,000.  Full bloom buttercups were picked  in;, Grand Forks on February .16 this  fe -yea**/. In 193.5: some of these same  |i flowers were gathered on Feb. 12.  .Chief McDougall, who has been fire  chief at Fernie-since 1907, is resigning  next, month. In thirteen years he has  fought over 400 fires in that town.  is  coming back.       The  Howson  Furniture   Co.,. which  went  jiout tof business" in 1917, is reopening  their' store in that town in the sa^s  old lines.  1-Fbr expeditiously'handling fires in  basements and rooms where there is  more smoke .than.blaze Fernie fire-  m>a*n:'--are,.to]ibe outfitted with gas and  smoke masks.  By a vote of three to two Fernie  voted against giving the to-be organized v town band any financial assistance, this-;.year,\ ->The musicians want-  firm claims that last year the works  earned a profit of less than $50 a  month.  The C.P.R. contemplates spending  about $35,000 at Grand Forks on new  station and freight sheds, but woUla  erect the new edificer outside the city  limits. On the score of losing considerable taxes principally the council and citizens generally are opposing the. scheme.        :  A Vernon rancher last week sold  the P. Burns Co., Vancouver, 90 head  of beef cattle for which he got almost  $14*,000: They were grade Shorthorns  and Henefords, and averaged; 1380  "rtuifids each* Since coming in oti thei  jb-^ge'ia "November the critters have  only been fed alfalfa and made a gain  each of about 200 pounds.  Penticton  recently  offered   $75,000  of   electric light   debentures  to   the  outside bond dealers but as yet has  not had a single offer for the lot in  whole or in part.    The Herald is demanding that  when    the    irrigation  bonds are put on sale that about $40,-  000 worth should be available to Penticton buyers���������if such there be.  Strawberry Plants  BicKiro's Special Everbearing plant-,  cd in April bi-"early May will fruit ih  from eight to ten weeks, and continue  to ripen the most delicious of all  Strawberries until hard frosts in the  late fall.  Thess berries were seryed to H.R.Hr,  fche Prince of Wales at. Calgary, and  were highly commended by him for  their excellent flavor.  25 plants, prepaid, $2.00.  100 plants       " $6.00.     f  3000    ������.*.   by express $25.00  "    -        TTTT      T      Tt .T7-TTS     Xy.t.r���������x      "TJ   SS  W .-*..   ������*X*SM%.t.JXJL,  A1Clirt������U,   JU.t/r  WATER NOTICE  DIVERSION AND USE  tn  <**  include a large shipment of  English   Gingli^^ in  Grounds, Cfieclcs^  Stripes, &c.  Nurse Cloth,   Galateas,   Muslins  Lawns,: Voilelly  Crepes  Shirtings,    Madapolans  Cambrics, Long Cloths  These goods have been placed in stock and  marked at prices that are hard to .duplicate.  All above goods are true dyes, and are guaranteed fast iii color.  Creston SieroaEBfiie Oompariv  LIMITED  If you are needing  I  m0M'U%0Mm-  1*0 w  nM ~0m*\ iriinilH iHt JO* '  mOSHN  mW IB M H M H jg|H W *&  ae ..to buy  M_ W-xr. ,m*t<  SLkm-Smi  We havo  juste   unloaded a  ear  of these at Creston  -The flu .is no respector of persons.  At" Cranbrook'one of its victims this  trip was druggist Atchison, one of the  town's .best known citizens and a  member of the school board.  -Penticton electric power plant is in  bid<>; shapev There were more breakdowns last year "*than in any previous  half dozen years put together.causing  a loss of revenue estimated, at not less  than $700.  Revelstoke receptly secured a new  chief of police from Vancouver, with  the result that the two old members  of. the force havo-quit their "jobs "-as a  protest, presumaDiyY of hot patronizing home talent.  Kaslo has a newspaper controversy  on its hands with Christian Science  advocates* writing letters ��������� to combat  some   sermons  'Presbyterian   Pastor  Campbell   is   preaching   condemning  the faith healers.  Stenographers predominated in the  births at Trail for January. Out of  11 newcomers seven were girls. There  were four deaths and but two marriages : in the metallurgical mecca during the same month.  If the authorities approve of the  new schedule asked for by the company Cranbrook citizens will shortly  be paying $1 a month more for their  telephones. Electric light will also  cost 30 per cent. more.  The Methodist pastor at Kaslo is  putting on scriptural moving pictures  in order to get the crowd. To make  sure of a sprinkling of grown-ups no  children are admitted unless accompanied by their parents.  Penticton has revived its war memorial project. It will now be satisfied  with a monument to cost $5000. The  council will be asked to vote $1000,  and-"the citizens will be canvassed for  the other $4000 required.  The strike at tho Sullivan *mrao at  Kimborley is announced settled. On  March 1st a raise of 50 cents a day  was given and the few strikers who  had stood the throe months' Idleness  have decided to go back to work.  Of Kaslo's 800 population 312 claim  . ,-������ . . ...... ... .1. .V -*.       r.X  tit uu j.-j'Ubuyt������iicn������t������������ iuuui-sm *unuiv/ii t*ir-  tendance figures would ' indicate thai  only about a quarter of that numbor  are working at it regularly. Tho town  has 153 Mothodtsta and 114 Anglicans.  At Fornio tlio town band would like  the council to make a grant of $1500  a year to pay tho bandmaster's Hillary.  In return for thin handout tho band  would give an opon air concert ono  night each woolc throughout tho oum-  "mor.  Kaslo trustocs boo financial troubles  ahead and uro aftor tho provincial  government to greatly incroaso tho  ���������p-ranl; It makes for school purpOKOH.  At Hovolt'toko tho nuuLuou Ihiuk i\i~  government fihould pay tho wholo  school oxponuo.  Tho  Nowu  bourn  that u train  will  OO    I'Uil    *JUUiy    UCiHi;oii    jya,t,.i..,.ttt    ...i.i  Trail fihorf.ly to acr.ommodato llio ron-  iiloi'lf' of tho formm- oily who will bo  worlclllH at Trail thin muimiu oil tho  oxtonslvo dovolopmont woii-in tho imiel  tor will havo under way.  Victoria, March   12.���������Prospects   of  exceptionally -high prices for strawberries, raspberries and loganberries are  in evidence, according to information  which   has  reached  the agricultural  department.    The minister informed  The  Province today that offers from  outside   canning   factories   had been  made to British Columbia growers for  practically all the fruit "in sight" at  prices   averaging  twenty   cents  per  pound.    It was stated this was a price  which could be secured by the growers  for   eyery thing tthey could produce,  which augurs well for the fresh fruit  markets.  Mr. Barrow further stated that  firms in Puyallup, Washington, and  inHamiiton, Ont., were buying everything they could get, and offering  tempting contracts for this year's crop.  The inference gained from'his remarks  was that exorbitant prices would be  the rule this season, or else the fruit  Take notice that C. Dw Ogilvie,  whose address is Wynndel, B.C., will  apply for a license to take and use 75  gallons per minute of water out of a  spring to be known as Deer Spring,  located about 1500 feet from the N.W.  corner" of Block 18, .Lot 279t Cory's  Subdivision, in a northerly direction  upon the side of Duck Creek Mountain. The water will be diverted from  the spring in wooden or iron pipes  along the boundary line of Blocks 27  and 20 and Blocks 26 and l#-to the  northwest corner of tsioek 18s ������eot 279,  Cory's Subdiyision, and will be used  for irrigation and domestic purposes  ������������������      -tv,.   .".--      10     T .x   tVTCL     d-t���������..���������.*���������d.m'Sx.AZv.v  On    JD1UCK.    XO, j-tLlv Jmltr, TriGxJ S BUCCUVi---  sion.   This notice was posted on*'the  ground on the 29th day of February,  1920,   A copy of this notice and an  application pursuant thereto and to  the Water Act, 1914, will be filed in  the otflce of the vv ater Recorder- at  Nelson.    Objections to the application  may be filed with the said Water Recorder,  or with the   Comptroller of  Water Rights, Parliament Buildings,  Victoria, B.C., -within*'fifty- days afte*c  the first appearance of this notice in a  local newspaper."   The'date of the first  arjnearance of this notice is March 12.  1920. C. D. OGILVIE, Applicant.  ~*~smim00m-m>   m.*--  land Aei fisffissfidsnenfs  BulterfielcPs  vi mm  nai  Wynndel, B.C.  BUTTEBFIELD & SQN  beg to notify their OLD  FRIENDS that they have  added to their stock of  GROCERIES an assortment of HARDWARE  and SOFT GOODS.  By arrangement with merchants  m\ Creston   and Nelson  anything  not  in   stock  can   bo ..supplied   at  24  hours notico.  Is there any  Meat in the  iiOtise?  W% ml. maxm ������ dm. PLm,  lifiiiyuii  gift"  liil  run-411 i  im^mmiiAimi*.mm~imi.mmt.imi*ti::m.00:..... -���������������,,  Oruud Forlfjt In having nomo trouble  doi-irilhg *>u a isoldloru' memorial. A  tombtitono wan llrnt favored hut. ui'tor  n ye-nr to think It ovor iwunn folkn now  Wtllll.     )<���������     Ifliellllllh     .-<,..���������.      |r./...,i.r,.y      tx     i.........  oijiil  hull  in ������*.i)iiiii'.e*,i'u>ii  with  Iho  iuo  V    , 1   '     ������ ' "    .* ,      ��������� 1       .        I 1 , .  k>OI>V*Al     ill...      it.,,..    ..^t.^.j.    ,1.    (.......    *...,J.  This is tho first question that presents itself  to tho housowifo if an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a meal. But why  worry ?  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest  Quality  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  Bologna, &c.  . . .,..v x.,*        .- l\        \\4\        l| ������ i-.  ht-re.    In "m-Huts nothing  <tttit.ci <-(jii.i1h 'Shanii e������*k  jvvoductH.  B   a  P������      X~W     x/fM^m f  11  0.  I-A  tn**.*  Minimum price of first-class land  reduced to $5 an acre; second-eolasa to  $2.60 an acre.  "Pre-emption now confined to surveyed landa. only.      ���������_ ���������-.-..',  Records -will be granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purposes  and-which ia non-timber land.  Partnership pre-emptions aooiiahed,  but. parties of not more than four may  arrange., for adjacent pre-emptions  with: Joint residence, but each making  necessary imoroveroents on resneetlv*  .claims., 4������  Fre-emptors must occupy claims for  five years and malce tm*%*-*ovezziezits *-***  value of $1Q per acre. Including clearing and cultivation of at least 6 acres,  before receiving Crown Grant.  % Where pre-emptor in occupation not  it-sa than 5 yeura.-a.uu hiu uiauo proportionate improvements, he may; because of ill-health, or other cause, b������  granted intermediate certificate of Jm-  provement and transfer his claim.  xxecords without permanent reslf  dence may b������ issued, provided applicant makes improvements to extent of  $300 per annum and records saihe "each.  , year. Failure to make improvements  or record same will operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained in  less than 6. years,, and improvements  , of $10.00 per acre," Including < 5 acres  cleared and cultivated, 'and.residence  of at"least 2 years are required.**  Pre-emptor holding Crown grant  may record another pre-emption, If he  requires land in conjunction with hla  farm, without actual, occupation, provided statutory Improvements made  ��������� and residence maintained on  Crown  granted' land. "  i     Unsurv<5iyed areas, not exceeding 20  acres,   may  bo leased as  homesit6B:  title to be obtained:art*8|rful!UIn>g real-  aentlal and Improvement conditions.  For grazing and industrial nurrposes  areaa exceeding C40 acres-may hts  leased.by one person or company.  Mill, factory or Industrial altea on  timber land   not   exceeding   40  acres  may be purchased: conditions. Include  payment of stumDago.  i . Natural hay   meadows   lnacc-Baslblo  . by existing rojMiu  may  be purchased  1 conditional upon construction of a road  to them.   "Rebate of one-half of coat of  . road,  not exceetlinjr half of purchano  ��������� price, is mado.  ,  PRE-EMPTORS'      PBEE      QRANT&  (rf ACT.  The acone of this Act Is enlarged to  Include afl persons Joining and serving with His Majesty's Forces. The  time within which tho heirs or devisees  of a deceased pro-emptor may apply  for title under this Act Is extended  from for ono year from tho doath of  Nlir-h    nureinn,    nt*    fnrmeiHv     -tin HI    lyrtm  yoar a-fter the conclusion oVtho "nrescnt  ww- 'ihia privilege in also mailn retroactive, atx  No foes relating to pre-omptlonni-.ro  due or payable by soldiers on preemptions recorded after Juno 86. 1018.  Taxes aro remitted for five years.  IYi.vli.loii for rut urn of moneys accrued, duo and been paid since August  4, 19H. on account of payments, fees  or taxc-i on soldlcra* pro-ompttona.  Intercut on agreement'} to purctuiao  town or city lots hold by members of  Allied I������orcc8, or dependents, ncoulred  direct or imllrcct. remitted from on-  M*'T.T-"- rvt*   * r\   "*5"rcV    "'-     ',r,',C  eiiB-puncHASEns of crown  **, LAND9.  Provision mado for Isftunncft of  Crown irrsintn to mib-purchnncra of  Crown   I>amlfl.   ncqulrlng  rights  from  l>ti.iy..L.-Lr~.^    \.l.ti    i.uicii      tu      CuJtILllutu  yv.r'.-hf'.'.*'?. Involving forfeiture, ca fulfillment of conditions of purchase, interest and taxes. Where nub-purchas-  ���������re do not claim whole of orliflnal parcel, i^urchntte yrice duo and taxes may  whole   area.       Apnllcatlons * must   be.  uiado Ly Hay 1, i3*:o.  ���������aRATjiN-a. r  Oraslng Act. ll������llt. for syfitematlo  development of ItveMtock InduMtry nro-  vleies for crnnlncr dlntrlr'to and ranuo  admlnlntratlon und^r Cnmmln.'ilon-tr  AnntiAl mrnxlnir !u*ririll'H l>ei<iuf<) |>t\r<>ei  oniiiimlivru rui.K*^-*l; i>rle>vUy for eietiih-  foriei AttBoclullons for rango mnniige-  mfnt.   ^-Vfto. or partlnlly frtv. p^ruilta  *--"������       ~���������-^.x.~,      Xr~..-.*-m.~      xr.        x. t0 . V . ��������� 1. I H,        l.^l  Lu  i������,������   t.-vw-.^, r;  li  rnKmrnm  nmm-mmmmitmiMm  suAtmutmpxto ***uh*l-h  MeriegMtM-HnM ������ Hl^^uiV^vm, ������**������������H"**������������v-*f������������i4t*-v!**^������ 4rm.tr  ���������     * S      td-w#m\i-~.  ���������*ms4������4i4im&mw mtritmntm  ���������Ww-WWftWSM^WBiWw  x���������,-^t^    .,, -���������,, ...   ,.-,., ^*W-*-r*W-.-.*������<lW>^  .    ttr Vi  M.l-'fli-w'rf*   ^������A*������-i^*uL m  ew������4���������������WH. -fSltZ~ZSm\%i  -^���������-^���������''f*'^  ^jf^-fri^r^kji aflw^t^'-l-^^^jb-j;' 14. Ua***^>jlewV*i^r  www-~#mw4WmmM  ���������W'*������ite������r%ir*Wl-^^  it'iwi-.wiwtfw-waaitt*  -^MMWleiHHmtW**!^^  :-mmmm*Mm~m~-**~ri^^  -ww^.*^*^*^^^^^^^^,.^^^* *rm&im*m40rm~~m^  W3SWfi((?tta^^ BBM  m&at  TO������    REVIEW,    CRESTOH9W~  ,i  A Constipation Cure  Sold on Guarantee  Dr. Hamilton Says His Remedy Never  Fails to Cure Quickly  Mine is  a marvellous remedy.  There arc others, but not one possesses thc peculiar merit so prominent in mine.  With my remedy I guarantee to  cure constipation.  I also guarantee to prevent it.  My preparation^ which is in pill  form, gives tone and regularity to the  bowcls that quickly rids the system  of effete matter, accumulations of bile  Snd other injurious results Ot costiveness.  I call my pills Dr. Hamilton's.  I am sure they arc safe, because  composed of such health-giving vegetable extracts as Mandrake, Butternut, Hyoscamus and Dandelion.  My pi'ls are not harsh or drastic.  They cause no pain, no distress;  they are prescribed by .physicians because of their mildness and certainty  to cure.  'For women and children I know of  no better medicine for keeping the  system   healthy.     For  men   they  are  ��������� .-������.r.X  VSA iCtL,  I have proved their merit in biliousness, constipation and headache, and  can strongly recommend them in  these troubles.  My personal guarantee stands behind ever"--' box of Dr. Hamilton's  Pills of Mandrake and Butternut. 25c  per box.  with her. Her eyes rested upon him  with a new respect and a peculiar  submission. But she felt that she had  still one claim to his commendation.  "But how about Lord Pembroke?"  she asked, almost timidly. "Surely  you have nothing to object to in  him?"  Ruggles roseTrom his chair with a  slight effort and stood for a moment  leaning on his stick arid placing a  gradually increasing weight upon his  injured ankle.  "No," he answered slowly. "I guess  nobody could find anything much the  matter with Pembroke. But say, Miss  Elliot, s'pose you had a friend who  had done more for you than any person alive���������and s'pose one day he went  crazy witu tne neat an-a tooic it into  his head that he was a lion-tamer and  wanted   to   get   into   a   cage   with   a  your mouth tastes like all tiie mean  things you eyer did���������mixed together,  then you need  Your mouth Is a good  Indi-Ruion of ths con-  di'-ion of tha seomacb  Worth a Guinea a box  ���������Sold CTerjHcero ia Ccaidfi. la boxes, ZSc, SCo  ship.     If  Livingstone  could  raise  an  equal sum, why then  he  might come  lioness.    Would you let  him,  if  you [around and talk business.    Otherwise  were husky enough to hold him back? j there  was  "nothing dt>ing."     Living-  r-i-f r.rx.*~r.~  ..rx ^..tA-.*.      a ���������a   ...t���������   stone,   world-bitten      adventurer  and  soldier of fortune, took a good look  at Ruggles's pale, set face, and being  Of course you wouldn't. And when  he got his senses back he'd be mighty  glad that you hadn't. Well, I'm not  so sure that I am husky enough���������but  I'll certainly do my darnedest to hold  Pembroke 1"  f  llluior His  -*C?  I  s JTsr*ra  .   ^ I**! a*"������������������*S!  KJ.m.!L\~f\~'~~.  ��������� ii-. ���������  HENRY G. ROWLAND  Copyrighted. Printed by apecial  -arrangement  with   Thos. Allen,  Toronto. .  ������- JJ  (Continued.)  "And now he seems to prefer to  quit writing and get married for his  living. Well, never mind him. Next,  here's this trench officer. No doubt  he's a very fine man, but he's over  forty and half deaf, and has nothing  but his retired pay, and that in the  French army or navy is about enough  to pay his iaundry bill. He's got a  title ail right, but you can't eat titles.  Now just stop and look at this bunch.  Miss Elliot? What sort of a man  would ! be tc hand out Hamid Pasha's  daughters to three such bums, just to  save myself a little- more bother, and  after what he's done for me?"  Miss Elliot's eyes fell. She looked,  in fact, very much abashed, which was  a most unusual expression for Miss  Elliot.  "No doubt you're right, Mr. Ruggles." she murmured. "I���������I hadn't  looked at it in just this way. Thcy  all seemed so nice���������and attractive and  desirable���������"  Ruggles pondered for a moment  lonper. Miss Elliot remained discreetly silent. Anger and resentment  had all oo2cd out of her. She felt  extremely foolish. Here she had conic  bouncing into this stately mansion  which Ruggles had prepared with  such cp.ro ior his wards and herself  ?.r-i'i jubi'-anily informed him that there  was -no need of it: that all was arranged, hi-*.  r<-pon fil.iiliiy  relieved, thc dc-  l   a  fcrt  behest   of   Hre.ir.id   Pasha   in   a   , .  . -  .   ,  - ������,- ,,,.-��������� di'-.chnr-r".-d ���������Nfi*-*?    F.l-   Livingstone   tried  argument.  trapdoor   would   open  and drop her into an  ���������"���������"i.r zhon^hl of her semi-  *,::-th :.\ Rup^'-c ������������������':. dazed  n a; '.*���������- had li-*te:*:v.-i] to her,  f. i; r- <-*. k ���������' burned.  r- r.j^-yosi;.** li.?r was Rugghis,  l:ii tlie fir:-.I she had been dis-  l.ritroni/r* ar.d <lire-e.t. She  rdi'-d him "T:.-, a rathe**:' ordinary but ;e{.;rt-i:;ihii'.* uov <ii no pari n'.nlar  trait:;,  who, by a  <-,'ro!:o of nirti-velons  v     . t i    .-t   .....   :t .  i l.r. I*.       tl , , ' i       l.r* -, - .. I " I i  lll'tll,       ll.r'r        Illlirl.        Jilt'  pup   into   a   fr-tint.ein.  air*    . - i, _  T*~J .U        .41  Hot    wisi.e  XjTii\f~   her  Ol'b ���������!������������������*��������� '������������������.  h ;<.:���������:. ���������������������������::..  exprr-:- ���������������������������,*-  ar. d   \..c-  And 1 -  whom P-:  pofftj te-;  had   re*.*���������;,  r I  '. i I l , * *  True,  11,  lie  ,i  nail  had  One'.:   eil.!;,il..'*,: re  felt 'iinee to have' been an a<**<:id'-nt.  She li-rd tirit int'"nel'-d tn yiebl rifain.  Hut ii'iw, a-> s*i������������������- met i<\i:-..-'.>-.-,'':-,  quiet, plearani v/.iv.f, liT v. on ian', intuition told her sudden! v that in all  crucial     e*ur*::l i.>������������������,���������-,   with     the   ir,r'***t*,-l  Fierionality of>posit" she wa1*, eh *��������� , ;n<*el  nvari-.th'y to yield. He wouhl '-���������������������������.lein.d  ner onrr,n  that or !i  CKAPTuR XIX.  Miss Agnes Elliot took her lesson  very much to heart, but being an intelligent and fair-minded young woman, she fully appreciated its worth  and determined to profit by it. For  many days she grew hot with shame  whenever she thought of how she had  sat and giggled over what she had  considered a very quick and clever  scries of matchmakings, and then how  Rugglcs had quietly torn up the whole  prospectus and thrown it into the  waste-paper basket.  With some inward mortification,  which, however, she managed to conceal, she told the four girls that Ruggles Effendi had seen fit to veto their  prospective alliances, being determined to find them richer and more distinguished husbands. Much, to her  surprise, they took this information  with the quiet submission of the Oriental women, trained from infancy to  obedience. In fact, their coolness was  a bit of a shock to Miss Elliot. Roxana was the only one to venture any  direct expression of her sentiments.  She raised her splendid shoulders  slightly, smiled a little to herself, and  said: "I am glad."  The Marquis Raoul de Poligny de  Poui'ly-en-Auxois and "Galloping"  Livingstone called upon Ruggles  within a day or two. Ruggles felt  sorry for the Marquis, a courteous and  as Miss Elliot had said, distinguished  man and a chevalier of the Legion  d'Honneur. He explained to Ruggles  quite frankly that practically all he  had to offer was a good name, an  honorable career, and the assurance  of affectionate marital devotion.  When Ruggles explained with equal  frankness that as the executor of a  sacred trust imposed upon him by his  benefactor he did not feel justified in  bestowing the hand of his ward, with  her dot of a million francs, upon one  who, all questions of family and personal worth aside, was unable to  match her fortune with something approaching it, the Marquis replied that  such a point of view was quite reasonable and customary, and they parted with mutual expressions of esteem.  Mr. Livingstone was not so easily  disposed of. He tried first to impress  Ruggles with his splendid family connections, good prospects ("When this  old uncle of mine cashes in���������head of  one of the strongest banking houses  in America"), his recognized abilities  as a writer, and the fact of his being  an ex-lieutenant of the United States  Army. Finding this preliminary skirmish a waste of ammunition, thc more  so as it failed even so much as to  draw the fire of the enemy and locate  his position (for Ruggles merely listened to the detonations from his  masked trench without so much as  shooting  a  question  in   reply),     Mr.  Wasn't  it better for the girl to marry au American gentleman than some scrub of  a titled foreigner who wouid cat up  or drink up or do-something-elsc-  worse-up with her fortune and throw  her over when he'd got all he wanted  of her? Rugglcs agreed with him.  Well, then, why not���������etc., etc. Rugglcs waited until he Irad got rather  tired of talking for so long a time  without liquid refreshment, then asked him if he. had ever been in any  sort of business. Livingstone sai<  he had not, in tiie strictiy commercial r.e-MV.r. Kuggles then pointed  out that he himself was a business  man and hael funned the habit of  looking at things from a business  point of v-.ev. In this particular case  he was tlie trustee of a million francs  to   in-   put   into   a   marriage   partner*-  a keen judge of men, decided that  there was no use in a further waste  of powder. They parted pleasantly  enough.  Miss Challand and uarthca took up  their abode in Ruggles's household a  few days after the arrival of Miss Elliot and the young ladies, and, to  Ruggles's immense- relief, appeared to  be charmed with the girls, Miss Elliot,  and   the     establishment     in   general;  Ruggles usually got-, through more in  the twenty-four hours than the average clerk.  Then one day he received a.-letter  from Pembroke saying that he had  seen Mr. Karapopoulopoulous, who  was haying the greatest-difficulty in  preventing the confiscation, by the  Imperial Ottoman Treasury, of the  late Hamid Pasha's palace and the  many valuable things that it contained; and that if Ruggles wished to  make a fight for it, he would advise  his_ coming out to Constantinople to  defend the litigation. Ruggles's business instincts rebelling against the  idea of letting property that was his  by moral and testamentary right be  taken from him without a protest,  he decided to act upon this advice,  the more so as his -presence in Paris  seemed no longer absolutely necessary. Therefore, he turned ovcr the  business management of his household to a trustworthy homme  d'affaires recommended by his Paris  lawyers and proceeded at once to  Constantinople.  (To  Be Continued.)  Visitor: Well, Charles, I see your  sister got a piano for Christmas.  Little Charles: Yes, ma'am; she's  got the piano alright, but I don't believe she will ever learn to work it.  What are fcheyf A mild Joiaa ������S  frost-bite���������a chilling of .the part to  such a degree that inflamxcatlbn Is  set up, causing a tingling pain, ex-  cessiva Irriiatlos and often Swelling. gam-Buk cures chilblains by  drawlr-g out the inflammatlo-a. ihvg  ending "the pain and Irritation aufi  reducing the swelling.  Miss Annie Lepard of Beaverdalo,  Ont., eays: *.'I suffered agonleB from  chilblains and used many remedies,  hut nothing gave me any ease until  I used Zam-Buk, "Which, after ������.  little perseverance, completely *riS  me of this painful ailment."  Regular applications of Zara-Bua  -will prevent a recurrence cf tin  trouble.   Keep It handy.   80c. box.  which latter, thanks to the high efficiency of the trained Levantine servants, was soon settled down to its  steady beat with* the noiseless rythm  of a  finely adjusted  machine.  Mr. Falconer called with the Turkish Ambassador, whose chief Hamid  Pasha had once been. Then came invitations to informal teas at the house  of the Turkish Ambassador and at  Mr. Falconer's apartment, where acquaintanceships were formed with  certain ladies of the diplomatic set.  Other invitations followed, these  functions being of a quiet and formally informal character; for although,  following the Mohammedan custom,  conventional mourning was not being  observed, it was necessary to conform  to a certain extent to surrounding  conditions.  Miss Challand then issued some invitations for tea���������and there were no  regrets. On the contrary, several of.  her invitees asked permission to bring  friends. On one of these occasions,  Roxana was asked to sine-���������to the accompaniment of her harp. This triumph of the Trans-Caucasus drifted  from her chair like a wreath of seaweed caught in an eddy, and stood  for a moment smiling and swaying,  while  her  eyes peered beneath  thcir  nAM'l'*  f-.ir.'-f'-I f^-fl1   A  uuii t iifcuUAa ft  -irvoss-f Tra������ et fvgr    vv a ������������������������������  6*ttta  Go   after  it  with   Sloan's   Lini-  nnent   bsfors   it  dangerous  Apply a little, don't rub, let it penetrate, and���������good-by twinge! Same  for external aches, pains, strains,  stiffness of joints or muscles, lameness, bruises.  Instant relief without mussiness or  soiled clothing. Reliable���������the biggest selling liniment year after year.  Economical by reason of enormous  sales. Keep a big bottle ready at all  times. Ask your druggist for Sloan's  Liniment. 35c, 70c, $1.40. Made iu  Canada.  health. Used over 60 years in treating  cough*, colds  and allied complaints.  Evaryteady buys (ha Larso Six* CI  i Montreal D. WATSON ~- CO.. New York  i   ���������e-1,....  LILX. y  ,^1,t       til  of Richard Ruggles, late salesman of  the Walkeasy Shoe Company, who  happened to bc sitting next the wife  of   the   Argentine   Ambassador.  "Do you wish me to sing, Ruggles  Effendi ?"  she* asked.  "Sure,"   answered   Ruggles  one of those Persian songs.  ������������������S/"*.     Pnvati-3    cnt-ior*  l-rxr       mxxr���������xx.������x.     ������"-..������.*1������  "Sing  ' Ruggles, once he had got this business well going and its several departments in competent hands, gradually withdrew from any active direction. Not only that, but he withdrew  from personal participation. Learning from Miss Challand that his presence was not required by the rules  of social conduct, he seldom appeared  at the quiet functions, which, like a  well-formed snowball rolled about a  lawn, were gradually irjereasing by a  sort of geometrical progression. Ruggles, in fact, was asufficicntly^ busy  person. He was beginning to discover  that the life of a millionaire at the  head of a large and expensive house-  Ihold was not thc primrose path which  he had formerly thought it. In fact,  so far as actual work was concerned.  Canada exported to Groat Britain  in 1918 oniy about 2j4 per cent, of  the total importation of beef there.  During the past six months there has  been practically no export of beef���������a  fact touching production and marketing that should receive- the joint attention  of farmer and packer.  Hogs sold off Canadian farms in  1919 exceeded $80,000,000 in value.  More than 40 per cent, went direct  from the farm to the packing plants.  n  Warts Disfigure the Hands  "Cold in the Head  is an acute attack of Nasal Catarrh. Persons who are subj-fct to frequent "colde in  the head" will Jnd that  the use of  HALL'S  catarrh  mjsuicinj1-*. win ~~~ti& ~p ~h~  System, cleanse the Blood and render them  less liable to -sotds. Repeated sttactc** mi  Acute Catarrh may  lead to Chronic  Catarrh.  HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is taltcu  internally and acts tL-Vough. _the Blood on  the   Mucous   Surfaces   of   tbe   System.  All Druggists 75a    Testimonials free.  $100.00 for any case of catarrh  HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will  cure.  F.  J.   Cheney   &   Co.,   Toledo,   Ohio.  that  not  Value of B.C. Forest Prodncts  Victoria,   B.C.���������The  total  value of  the forest products in British Columbia for the year 1919 is placed at $70,-  But can be painlessly removed in  twenty-four hours by the use of Putnam's Wart and Corn Extractor. Fifty  years in use and still the best,    insist  285,094. as against $54,162,523 in 1919;   rttx-.-r. *-~s..x0t.t.^n xTxrt~r,^nm-^, ^jqo,^ in  1917, and $35,528,000 in  1916, according to a statement hy the  Hon. T. D. Pattullo, minister of lands.  on getting "Putnam's" Extractor,"25c  at all dealers  . 11  ���������-"-' i mat  Canton, Ohio.-���������-" I Buffered from a  female trouble whieh caused mo much  sutrcriii.-Ti and two  doctors decided  that I would havo  an  M-fi'x-,  iti.li^yL.'itl  IWwa^wwlJiijiii to go  through  mmmt~<mr0*mt-tx*v~.-<x*m*m  ,1/  11 <* r ���������: f i;  Iii'i   \'-*;t y.  Mi',--,  I'.lli.,-   ;  de-n   warm   C'!ev  >'   I"'  He  ill !  i!.l   ':  ir/r-.i -.iiir  aiu-ly  hrin p.*  til-!*       '  ". hi:'  : i: i j.'. ���������*  , iii: n *-.������������������'���������,-  ot ,**. ii:.**;���������  ���������"i:.v"i;.,u',  i;i*-;i.I,':,���������-,���������  i " e < ���������>!,<������������������  , ,'   ��������������������������� .   -,   . ,,  umi4tx'''.P?lH4!llem*tot  ~-������~m~mff-W4%  faxt&^mt.LfT" 'rh-fy'l ir'-.Smwrt, itch,or  ~\^mtt~m .  .  ^r-C., ~^~m^Jf>4~ Hum  He-nit ~~Ke-ep your liytt  Strong --nd Health/. If  If Kn-r-"   frvir.���������t.-'f!  ���������       ���������.* -        jt  iTArvunrt. mmm ���������rd^D iiieiumrei or t n Jinii.ilru. |  uiv*-Vliirliirtolteit. Safe tor lnt������ritor Adult  At nil hni-ie/l'iH In Cim���������*���������<!-���������   Write- fr-rPrr-h  An Old Wool Dress  is Inow Vvori-ii $i>0  "Diamond DyeH" Turn Faded, Shabby  Apparel  Into New  iruii I    vJ.tliy    Aiii'tli    ���������le-.iiri.i    ������trt-.Hl In.  U������ir "Diamond Dyei," -/u;n;intcr(l to  j -j/ive: a new, rich, fadelesM color to  li.tr/   i.*l>r-;<:.   wlie ther   It   be   wool,   ailk.  ; iiiicn,     cotton     or     mixed     -joods, -  I  .........     P.?.::..-..,     ctf.M-*'-.-'!,.*-,     :'hirfj,  ( !iile|,-rn'*������    eo.it*������.   friithrifl,   clruperirs,  e'.ov**.: in^--.rvrrytiling.  i iir:      iyiire.ii(M(      Uook      with      each  u-ir-\r-t440.     (HI'i     Ileitv     to    eli'.itn'iiiil     ilye*  ri-r f ���������,-    ririM    r r11 r> r  To ii��������� :it<*11 *'ny iii:itrri:il,  )i:i."*  <'���������  .It  \k4mn~���������*triiisi.>t*'.i  operation hrrl'oro I  couid get well.  " My mother, who  had be<in helped by  Lydia I!. Pinkh.im'n  Veffetable Com-  pouml, ������iilvhti*d mn  to try i h before sub-  niittimfrtoau operation. It relieved mo  from my troubles  uu 1 try.** d~ i*iy \*L,iix.z v.-orl: v:ithout any  difllculty. 1 ndvitio any woman who is  ���������afflicted with femnlo troubles to n>v������  Matrimony in Scotland  Large  Number of Couples Are  Becoming United in Glasgow  These Days  Glasgow. ��������� Glasgow recently saw  the crest of a matrimonial wave.  Fully 50 couples with thcir witnesses  lined up before the sheriff to swear  that thcy had fulfilled thc legal requirements under the marriage schedule, which is afterwards completed1  at thc office of the registrar.  This so-called "irregular form" of  marriage, which is in every respect  legal in Scotland, has been very popular in Glasgow this year.  Fully. 4,500 couples, from all classes  and of particularly all marriageable  ages, have appeared before the sheriff. This is easily a record, beating  last year's figure by 2,000, and thc  record war rush by 1,000.  Big wages havc tempted many  working class couples to marry, although houses cannot be obtained.  Wail /:;, ���������������������������������!!  We have been using MINARD'S  LINIMENT in our home for a number of years, and use no other Liniment but MINARD'S, aud wc can  recommend it highly for sprains,  bruises,   pains    or    tightness   of    thc  rJWv^i,       mOlXrll L'.ili,       L-,        il'-J        r.U,'rj;4i,v       *iLt*r,U  ache  or  anything of   that  sort.     We  ash Pay and  *i*j~-  v.        will not be without it one single tiny,  Lydia E. ^inkl1!*1.^'0,yeg������taWo ^Com- , for we  Ret a  new bottle before  the  other  is all used.    I  can  -recommend  pound u trial und it will do aa much for  ���������hem." Mm. Mf.im. I1oyi\  1421 r>th  fit., N. E., Canton, Ohio.  Somiitinu-a there are serious conditions where n hospital operation is tho  only ulUniiidvij, but ou tlio other hand  famous" root nnd herbrnmedy, Lvdlft E.  rhi'.;h..u/(i Vn^ctublc Compound, after  dor torn Imveuaid that an operation was  oncconnry ��������� every woman who wnnts  to avoid an operation should give it a  fair trinl txsforu subniitti,-& *���������o mucIi m  Irving nrdital.  v - . >        .- ,     m     -.--.tx���������   ...   mriilm  Al   I e>lll|)IH.UUOUk#  yirxlmx,   *rx.,.xr   -Z   Z-j'���������.--  i-;. ������ inK'iiiii* Mtieiicliio io., Lynn, He������u������,,  for ndvle-e-..   Tha result of many years  il highly  to anyone.  JOHN WAKEFIELD,  LeIIave Islands, Lunenburg Co., N.S.  Doubling the  Insult  Ilc���������1 seem to know that atrociously ugly mun ovcr there.  She���������That's my brother.  He���������Ob,  bow  stupid  of me not to  have   bcch   thc   likene**.*-..  wr a err Ad*.. i������ x-Ur. i^^^*  *OLlfM������    ���������0.K-10.JL     XXXXJ       XtJ      U11U     JLVrXXLI-  como day of tho week in  most homes, though sweeping'  day is not much better. Both  days aro most trying on tho  back.  The strain of wnshlnnr, Ironing and  sweeplnic frequently dorancea the  kidneys. Tho ny-etoni 1m nolfio-n-ifl  and backftchos, rheumatlcim, pains In  the limns rennlt.  Kidney action must be aroused���������*t  th* llv****- ewnkonoel to --.ct'on end t!i3  bowelw reifulatod by ������uch treatment  un Dr. ChitMo'o KIdnoy-Iilver Pills.  This favorlto prcnerlptlon of the w������*ll-  knotvn ItaCAlnt "nonlr nut bor will -nieet  -fall you In the hour of need.  ������no pill ��������� t\ti������x, Cftc m bos at ell deslsrc,  er Meltunntou. Datoa A Co., Ltd., Toronto.  I  ������������������-���������H���������fi'-e^  ii'iiiKirwiwi > ruiMMiieii miimiijiieMi eeeiijiiieiiiim  irwawwimiwii  ie*kl������������*-i������)lrrSWI(lllf������*W  m.,-..^MlrlM*^l-llM*W-T>^  ������������������Mi.iim..-mj.KxiKii-iKr.i'.iAKoA;:,^^  mWtmmM~t\mx*mM4-Mimmtmmtwimm the   review;   crestok,   b.   a  "nerve "kun. blood ������Jff������ro������ScE������������N^*i  B. C/s Pulp and  Paper Industry  Now Producing About Seven Million  Tons of Paper Annually  British Columbia is now producing  645 tons of paper daiiy, or about seven  million  tons annually*.    Eleven  years  ago  the  province was not  producing  any paper at all.    The progress that  has been made in the last eleven years  jis being maintained, so that during the  ���������next tew years a considerable increase  ! in the pulp and paper industry of the  province may be looked for.  British Columbia produces fourteen  per cent, of the pulp and paper manufactured in Canada���������the second largest paper producing country in the  world���������at the present time, being the  third largest producing province, following Quebec with 24.000,000 tons  and Ontario with 21,000,000 tons annually.  70 Lombard St  America a Ploneor  ~t~% Remedies  BOOK  ON  DOO   DISEASES  and How to Feed  i-i-itsd    Fres    t������    ss?  Address  by  the  Author  Ii.   CLAY   G"LOVE*R  CO.,   TNC,  113    West    31 si-street.  New York. U.S.A.  look's Cgtfcm Root ���������omg}Qttis&  A. -rtfe, r.Uable reptilating  medicine. Bold In three degrees'* of atrerigth��������� No. 1, SI;  No. 8, $3; Mo. 8. $3 per box.  Egypt Bursting  With Cotton Wealth  Bold bv alt druif gista, or sen*  prepaid oa receipt of price.  Free     pamphlet.     * Address:  THE COOK MEDICINE CO-  T0SONTO. ONT. (Fa-airl, Wls-titr.)  THE   feEW   FRENCH   REMEDY.  THERAPION m.  THERAPIONNo.!  Egypt Is "bursting with wealth" accumulated from cotton, says a correspondent of the London Daily Express  in Cairo. "Illiterate natives living in  mud huts have made ������20,000 sterling  out of cotton deals," he continues  "some have made ������100,000. They  are buying land at inflated prices and  paying off mortgages which were regarded as family heirlooms. One  British official says that the country  has made at least ������100,000,000.  INFLUENZA HAS  LATER DANGERS  So 1 for Bladder Catarrh    No ~ for Blood &  S-l- Diseas<-><   No. j for Qhronlo Weaknesses.  201.D������Tt.������*.nINr.CHEM[STS. PRICE IN ENOLAND.3*.  >B L-eCLKRcMea.Co.,HavffrttocURa.,N W.S.London  -SKA TRADE   MARKED   WORD   ' THERAPION      JS   OH  8RI? ~~v. stamp AFrexED to genuine packets.  "SYRUP OF FIGS"  CHILD'S LAXATIVE  Look at tongue!  Remove poisons from little stomach,  liver and bowels  The Mi-sister of Agriculture, Hon.  Dr. S. F. Tolmie, in an effort to encourage the raising of more livestock,  points out that the cJcpori of Canadian meats must heip to pay the nation's war bili.  Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days  Druggists refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure Itching. Blind. Bleeding or Protruding Piles. Stops Irritation;  Soothes and Heals. You can get restful  sleep after the first application.    Price  -mO.  Lots  of people   says   things   they  ought to be ashamed even to think.  Falling in  love  is  often a  serious  accident.  Accept "California" Syrup of Figs  only���������look for the name California on  the package, then you arc 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 taste.  Full directions for child's dose on  each bottle.    Give it without fear.  Mother! You must say "California."  The only effective way to convince  a contrary man that he is wrong is  to agree with him.  ftg    TicS     Cliff iV  another day with  Itching, Blood-  lnff. or protruding Piles. No  aur-jloal operation   required.  Or. Chauie'o Olntmont will ruliovo you at once  ���������ad x* certainly euro you.   two. a box; al)  ttrSlS&ou^i Yoik ci*y were born under alien  Xf-js-m ���������*���������*���������** ���������noloiic -o. stamp to pay poutnee.       fl ngs.  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  Three persons out* of every four in  ONLY TABLETS MARKED  *������r> nwr-nrff  b-r-f-'ljft  U    fco.ll  %  ������np      Ar-tr-tiniM  mm       mm    % tea-**-** **������       SmXmmtr-   04 M   W     m *   *.      *m  Mot Aspirin at All without the "Bayer Cross'1  zge^^v  Particular Care Needed When Patient  Is Convalescent, Says  Expert  The influenza convalescent who has  apparently recovered from the disease  and is yet in a strangely weak and depressed condition should be the object  of particular care, according to Dr.  Louis 1. Harris, director of the Bureau of Preventable Diseases of the"  New York Health Department. In  the opinion of Dr. Harris, the after  care of the influenza patient is most  important. The co-operation of the  patient, coupled wjth the willingness  to see that the weakness and depression are a part of the illness, though  coming after the disease itself has  spent its force, is a big factor in effecting a complete return to full health.  On the other hand, the determination  to ignore this debilitated condition  and to fight against it will, Dr. Harris  says, frequently bring serious consequences upon  the patient.  After  Effects   Bad  "The subject of the after effects of  influenza," said Dr. Harris, "is one of  particular interest to the scientist at  the present time.  "First, and perhaps the most momentous condition to be considered, is  the striking depression, mental, nervous, and physical, complained of by  most patients. Those attacked by the  disease with moderate severity are almost always afflicted with this depression, which should be recognized  and dealt with. Those who have had  mild cases of the epidemic are little  affected by depression, and their quick  return to health and strength gives  rise to the belief that influenza is  trivial. On the contrary, influenza in  its after effects is anything but triv-  Iial, and calls for the application of  rules of common sense and sanitation  which are the fruit of ycars of experience.  "Tonic treatment, well chosen diet,  and great care in not becoming overtired or allowing the body to be chilled are necessary. Eggs may be eaten,  but not more than two a day, for the  average adult. Of course, it must be  remembered that in many cases this  disease tends to direct its force  against the kidneys, and therefore we  instruct patients to avoid eating a  great amount of meat, eggs, or beef  extracts. Eggs, soft boiled, poached,  or bcatenf raw, are advisable in limited number. /The raw eggs should  always be well agitated before taking.  When Good Food Is Bad  "With milk and eggs as a foundation, the patient should eat good nourishing food, including meat, fish and  vegetables, simply prepared. Frying,  for instance, is out of the question.  Good food prepared in an unassimil-  able manner becomes bad food; especially is this to be noted in cases of  convalescence from influenza, for the  disease often manifests itself In  vomiting, and in intestinal and gastric disturbances, and it is important  not to weaken the digestive function  by the eating of poorly prepared food,  or even thc best of food in ill-advised  quantities. The quantitative distribution of foodstuffs should be so adjusted as not to overtax the stomach,  but the patient should cat generously  and frequently."  As a tonic to build up the blood and  stimulate the shattered nerves. Dr,  Williams' Pink Pills arc unsurpassed.  These pills actually make new, rich,  red blood, which reaches every organ  and every nerve in the body, improves  the appetite, strengthens digestion and  drives away the tooling of weariness  and depression always following an  attack of la grippe or influenza. Thosc  who give Dr. Williams' Pink Pills a  fair trial will be amply repaid by the  nt:wi health and {-.Wc'iglh tin*-* tonic  medicine always gives.  'T'KE Silver-plate of WUitem  *��������� Rogers and hit Son Is pop*  ular for. its enduring bescty  and the unlimited guarantee of  quality.  Wise purchasers will compare  It with other tableware when  making purchases, and will  realise that it ia  ' * The Best ai ihe Price. *'  Made and Guaranteed by  WM. ROGERS MFG. CO.  LIMITED  w  CDie Silverplate cf  ^~r g&fgi  Negotiations between Belgium and f  Canadian firms for the supply of loco- i  motives are proceeding, it ia learned,;  and there is a prospect that large or*  ders may be placed in  Canada.  CONVENIENT!  If   -Constipated, uiiious   of  Gorernment   Bond*   and   other   high   ~l~~������  Securities, returning from 5 to 7 par cent.  Particulars    oa    request.       Bonds     fres  $100 up.  J. B. MARTIN  704 Mclntvre Block - WINNIPEG  L  IJ t-~.~..m  iix~tx%ta.*~ity t  4>nf.A  lona  1  "Cascarets."  t%H0.tmi..&.*'*0--0"0'-~,*m000.m.l~*.9t.m..m..&.0tmmX  Cascarets never gripe, sicken or in  ANTED ��������� FORD OWrNERS  and Agents to ask information  on the following inventions: SPEED-  ERATOR���������Positively stops  utiCKin^f engine fS.c*ng^  STEERING CONTROL���������Eliminates  quivering, jerking cf steering wheel.  Saves tires, gasoline; $3.75. HEADLIGHT REGULATOR ��������� Keeps  lights bright at all speeds, $2.75.  Money     Back     Guarantee     on     all.  ���������*"f-*>n*5t-������-������*  1    Or--**���������-<-���������.-���������.-������    y 0dfr\mf.-m   convenience one like Salts. Oil. Calo-, ROTHWELL'S   AUTO   SPECIAL-  mei or iiarsii Pills. Feel Dully! Be  efficient I Don't stay sick, bilious,  headachy, constipated. Remove the  iiver and bowel poison which is keeping your head dizzy, your tongue  coated, your breath bad and stomach  sour. Why not spend a few cents  for s box of Cascarets and enjoy tne  nicest, gentlest laxative-cathartic you  ever experienced? They work while  you sleep.  TIES,    Richmond    Buildings-,  mond Street, Toronto, Ont.  Rich-  M-UJNJSY   UKUliiKS  Send   ~   Dominion   Express   Money  Five* dollars costs  three  cents.  Ordtw.  It's so much easier to gossip about  people than it is to pray for them.  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.  Even  when  a  woman  weighs  her  words she gives good measure.  Encouragement  A hospital nurse was* examining ao  orderly of his practical knowledge of  first aid work.  "Now, what would you do if a man  collapsed?" she asked.  "Give him some brandy, miss," respited  the  man.  "But suppose you had no brandy?"  "I'd promise *him some, miss."  .'kit t-u'miu 'T-.y&." Moullfl.ua t!t*i  -~-J H-snuina At-nirin,���������lit* Attplrln  -oreic-rlbs-il by nliyaioUus for over ulnu-  jt������*n ysftrs and now m*<l������ In Cfttiftdft.  Always buy an unbroken pockaco  Vf "J&xy-t Tuhlols of A-splrta'* which  cout&hie. j-iropor -Slrecflono for OoMfl,*,  Headache, Toothache-, igaraoh-a,, Mow  rahjU, Lumbago, Ithoumatlsm, N-mirt-  tis. Joint Pains, and P*tn g*wsr*Uy.  Tlt������ t>o*������fl of 19 titblots ewit l������u������  a f*sw cflnte.   Larger -"Bsyor" -pmoV������jj*������#.  XHX*m   0tA  VAxtxf   XImm   Adxmir.xxmtr���������   mmmj/m.  - 00 yj-Z.  0~.vmtm~   mm'jf  tuxyvdm-  Aspirin IS tb* trsd* m������rk -tr������sl*(������ri>a tin Cuimon) ot utiyeir Wnmui'u-jLuiw w' Uuw*.-<  (������������#Mosatfl������iteif of nslloyHesotel.   WbUek It la w������U tenows tlmi Ar**>trl*a m������ftjn* slay-nt  x..0~..d00t*trm  ������n -.-..Li -,... i>u'u:l-j -iatt.it i'.i'.it&tlor.c. tr-a 'r-btilttt of ii ayes' C&sftffsasl  i-jllt U* mtt-uiuart \ftttt ttteMr ������*������m������i������i n*u������ ..!���������������.������������  m.    00m,., v-.*.*.  The xtac  of acetylene for illumina-  ���������       . ,    *        , ...  Lt.iii    it...1    iv.iUu.u    ..... .1    ���������., v'j,,., t e i. ��������� i.r   *i.  Denmark that nearly twenty different  types of lamps havc been invented  there.  A dog attains its full groxvth at the  end ol its ueconu year.  TV .  A Nervous Wreck  BV DR, D. L. aRANTIER.  How many buslnesfl  men feel fagged out, nervous, with a "eoggy brain"  ���������worn out completely  before the day and its  tremendous tasks are hall  over? Try tho right way!  Clean thfe body first. That  will help your nerves,  your head and your circulation. Your doctor will  tell you thafc anything  from a headacha or a  common cold to grippe or a serious illness may result from  allowing food to ferment in the intestines. Don't give tho  body a chance to absorb the poisons. Removo the toxins  from the system and give tho tissues of tho body aid to  resist diseaso by taking an occasional laxative such as  CClCtcr Oil. Cr w tillV T)lH 1^"^A f1^ ^'^���������^n*,r-w*^n^  ������1nm   inlorv  and sold fey most dr'u-^to M16r: Pieree's'ftoisant PiUets'.  The kidneys and bladder suffer from the wear and tear,  and wo get chronic inflammations sometimes indicated by  backache, painful voiding of water���������duii, heavy leelingn.  Perhaps th-a uric acid is stored up in tho system in exceeaivo  amount, and consequently when the urate bbMb are depoa-  0       .   . . t   .   .    , rm      ���������.   f....-~.���������   I..0x0. ~i    00.      /       *  jlieCU    -U4   iilUi^-ulCo   -i-VUlrV   JUAAACU   UUW   xjLj.xi.'y.Xi^   xxyj-P   -xxl ''~Srf--     vj,***-*"  S������i buck), n'lieuimtuvj paiast ^oiit, etc.  Nothing will act so nicely as "Amnio" (antl-urio-acld),  i\ recent discovery of Dr. Pierce's which oan be had at all  drug Btcres. "Anurio" washes away the pofoom*, uleaiisca  the biuduer uuu kliliicyt;���������rciid-orliig t~u\tsx iwatlccptic--*  consequently one is unou cured oi iumuttuo. meuuiutlbuj,  ���������mmmmum mti.t,*tv%,*ii, imM^ttm^vri-v.'-.t. ft-,  jIi"p f^n*-'rjt"'*liV-i^mn-<Viiii itiifty.  ��������� mitttML.bmi.^mit-i UM i-ftWBMifc-aMW^, *.  ^ I     ,  b *    j   'U  \*ai iiMtMei" i nfi l������ i* i( *f  ���������HS-^'h vA*,*sei  ^-0%-^~m^~%m^^^-^^^^^^^Lm^m&s^^^^. THE  CEESTCK  BEVIEW  W-Wfy-wsrcf    ** v.-*  wwrniwefv-wes A.   3.7-9  First appearance of the Famous English  Entertainer and Musician  Local and Persona!  House Fob Sam.���������Apply Pochin  (Canyon), Brickson P.O.  For Sale-t-6 good ranch horses,  prices right. - Canyon City Lumber  Co., Ltd., Oreston.  Horse   Fob   Sale���������Ranch   horse.  the most successful MusicalArtisttouricgWestem Canada  and party, including  na  iqq iyiiiroriiprifp hsui  ses-jew*^   Bfidi jLUOi ItU   a a CI 11  {he Charming Young Soorano  Goof! Music i Refined Humor; Ciasslc Drama  Something absolutely genuine.     Don't miss ib.  DOLTS $1 each.    Children under 16,50c.  Select Dance to follow Concert  SPECIAL MUSIC. NO EXTRA CKABGE.  Enjoy the whole evening.  up plies  Whether you are handling one cow or a dozen the  items lines listed below will be of interest. These lines  have been carefully selected to ensure stocking only  well made and otherwise satisfactory aroods. while dual-  ity considered the prices we make on them will defy  competition.    We specially mention���������  Champion Cream Separators  Daisy Churns.     Crock Churns  Cream Cans.     Dairy Pails  Butter Workers.    Butter Prints  SEPARATOR OIL���������Quarts or Half-Gallons.  Intending separator buyers should investigate*'the  Champion. It compares favorably with any other  make either in serviceability or price.  Hardware & Furniture Supply  M. J. BOYD Company Manager  Books Vou bike to Read  TMLTHDUCIH   MY LENDING LIBRARY has  ������FlB    r"'h' liot-ii open ;i short time the way in which  t,lie patrons keep eomin-j; hack for hooks indicates that I have tlio hooks folks like to read.  Vou are inviu-v] 1,0 hecorne a niemhei\  The 81 mem hers hip entitles you to keep any one of the  Poo'l-tH ill tiie Horary,       The  ulau-j*,*.*:   for   Oii-TUi ������'���������*.���������������   a   bf'ok   if,  eilu.V   1 " i;e-ni/M.  Library open six days a week, and no time limit as to  how loiitf yon may take te; read a hook.  S. .G. FOREMAN  NEXT REEK IN THEATRE  CRESTON  i.MnmriM.ilnnn  US fSI    89 ^-Sk.   tmW     A   ������3i   SS    MA.     HI  ^ffl^^T ^R^^F      EJ^*-**"**BS imm ^nlra   \S[^m        ^WnOim     XWa E9  mflw    wn      Pffl      >RB        JOT ^Qv    wtSr       vkirmm-wBm^X   D9        BB  w&F VhV BO B3I OB \\~m~W iftfir mm-W xSmbm   vwD wSSD  1     *.,-'.I    i -1* ��������� i ���������    ������t' * i ������^ f    *��������� s ,    * }   - / s     * ��������� 11, i t*   (i'i i'     LpIm*'/!    I i ��������� i i ��������� i ������ w r    < <  I}-'-touglily ^or;/1  ovor- .-1r:f! put in ��������� l-ap'-  for another sea .son '  \Vc,  ;ruai-a,nt.o<- a.   ..atiifaeloi-y   jui.,   nnd  our  ch;' !-'<*o-' :i yi- c#'mh������'������p:i I ������!<*.  iMtMrtL tflHMWlBinMMIi'i  EWferwij'iiBa,  IJSJESJiigS^Ssgi  weight about 1350, good worker.    W.  H. Hilton, Creston.  Geo. Mead, who is with the Imperial  Bank ab Natal, was a week-end visitor  with Creston friends.  Mrs. C. O. and Mr. F. C. Rodgers  are spending a few days with friends  in Spokane this week.  Pottltky Fob; Sale���������18 purebred  hens and two roosters, unrelated, $60..  Enquire Review Office.  For Sale���������Pony and harness, yearling Jersey heifer and Jersey heifer  calf.    G. Cotteril, Creston.  Cockerels For Sale���������Single Comb  Rhode Island Red cockerels, $2.50  each.    Jas. Compton, Creston.  Cecil Moore, who left a few days  ago on a visit to Nelson, is laid up in  that cicy with an attack.of the flu.  Ti'^.^-rC. TjV-.Tr-. tJ    .   ^���������x-~r.m. rx *E>--.       I.   ..1  ���������������J������������o       j*.* vr-xv       jr.xja.j.-OJClAlMjr rilielUI'U  White Wyandotte eggs, $1.50 per setting of 15, $1.50.    F. W. Ash, Creston.  For Sale���������Horse, about 900 lbs.,  works single, double or under saddle,  quiet, $45 cash. W. G. Birney, Erickson.  Canaries For Sale���������Singers and  liens.. Prices reasonable, and furnished on writing P, O. Box 361. Kaslo,  B.C.  Mrs. H. T. Oliver and young son of  Calgary, Alta., arrived last week on a  visit to her parents, and Mrs. J. G.  Smith.  There will be morning service only  at Christ Church on Sunday at 11  o'clock, with celebration of Holy Communion.  Incubator   For  Sale���������Wisconsin  incubator with brooder, complete, 130  egg capacity, good a"  new, $14.    Apply Review Office.  For Sale���������Ten shares $5 preference  stock in Creston Fruit Growers Union,  Limited. No offer below par considered.   Box 7, Review Office.  Father Desmarias announces that  he will be at Creston for services in  Holy Cross Church on Easter Sunday,  April 4th, at the annual hours.  T. W. Bundy, who has been on the  C.P.R. operating staff at Field for the  past few months, is spending a couple  of weeks with his family here, on sick  leave.  Another sale of town property went  through this week when A. Anderson  purchased a 50-foot lot on Barton Ave.  at the real*** of his present property on  Victoria Ave.  Apples Wanted���������About 200 boxes  of good apples from $1.25 to $2.25 per  box; large cooking and small Jonathans and the like. Jack H. Soyeck,  Hiltcrest, Alta*.  The flu* ban came off on Tuesday  morning when th*e town school reopened for business, and public meetings  of all sorts can again be held. People,  however, ai-enot taking any unnecessary chances as school attendance so  far has been very light.  A. B. Norris and H. T. Wood, families arriyed on Satnrday from Medicine Hat, Alta., to take possession of  the Stace Smith ranch, which they  have purchased. As soon as the  weather is right they propose erecting  another residence on the place.  B. Bridge last week disposed of his  ten-acre ranch along the K.V. in the  Alice Siding section, the buyer being  T. Treyelyan, who takes possession  immediately. Mr. Bridge left at the  end of the week for Vancouver, and  will reside at the coast in future.  Creston Fruit Growers Union is now  fully in charge of the new staff, Alfred  Spencer taking over the work as accountant on Tuesday. He has been  at Canj-on since the first of the month,  the family having been laid up with a  rather sever attack of pneumonia.  Examinations  for  the   purpose   of  Licensing Scalers will be held at  Wycliffe, March 22.  Waldo, March 24.  Fernie, March 26.  Further particulars can be obtained  from the District .Forester at Cranbrook, B.C.  Elgin, Waitham, Hamilton  <&&CJ.*0������?-5  Big Beu; Bab? Ben, Sleep ^ater  R. M. Reid,  for  here, who is now  T ���������*uu..:Jt   The Creston Fruit Growers' Union  advt. on page 4 will be of interest to  those who have apples yet to sell, as  well as to those who are'in the market  for clover seed.  Will sell "Douglas Villa," with  about 14.10 acres. Price $1700, on  easy terms. Exclusively by John  Darbysnire, Wireless workshop, Esquimau,, Victoria, B.C.  Contractor Hendren has the new  front pait to the Review Building well  along io completion, mm we hopf: to  he occupying the premise:-, as of yore  by the early part of the week.  Mrs. TriiHcott, sr., left on Snnday  for Blackfoot Sask., where bhe will  spend an extended holiday with a  couple of her sons who are fanning in  that part of the prairie world.  Dominion Savings Cert ideates are  now on bale* al, the* [leislenncit ami i'e'bi,-  inaHter Oihht-s reporth quite an active  demand for thein. They can be had  in (leiKiinal ions eif from $5 Lo $100.  ie*- C.P.R. agent  relieving agent on  vision with headquarters at Macleod, was here on a  business visit Wednesday, prior to  taking a short holiday trip to coast  points, accompanied by Mrs. Reid.   ���������  The first car of lumber that has  been loaded in the Creston yard since  the C. O. Rodgers mill moved out to  Canyon a dozen years ago, was shipped last week to Fernie. It was a car  of cottonvvood, part of the 50,000 ft.  stock of it Fred Belanger has piled  here l-eady for shipping.  Crestonites will be interested to  know that Will Barraclough, a son of  Mr. and Mrs. Barraclough, who has  been with the P. Burns Co. at various  points for some time, has gone into  the butcher business for himself, opening a shop at Fernie at the first of the  month, which he has decided to name  i������r>:ii������,. u|-na ���������������>  A-llll   O    J.    Icl-O-C.  TKfl   rj-r-r\OT������nro*nPtT   ViQCTjlf.ol  jo gt,*iU  r\*r*ow  but is now down to one patient, the  others all being well enough to be  taken home on Saturday. Tbe one in;  mate is a young son of A. Bergren of  Canyon City, who is just beginning a  recovery from a seyere touch of doable  pneumonia. Mrs. Blackwell of Nelson  is in charge still.    ,  Mrs. Boffey and Miss-Kate Boffey  left on Thursday last via Spokane for  an extended visit with friends in California. Mrs. Boffey is just now in  shape to make the journey after being  on the sick list for almost the past six  months. It is expected the change  will expedite the slow but sure recoy-  ery she is making.  While the number of cases in connection with the recent flu outbreak  were considerably more numereus  than in the 1018 epidemic it would  seem as if the trouble was of a much  milder type. The death toll a year  ago was almost a dozen, while to date  only four have dieds and the danger  seems to be now past.  The Creston section crews had an  all night job of it on Wednesday. A  car of coke on the way freight left the  rails near Paulson's, getting partly  astride the track and completely  blocking the line. The engine was  sent on to Creston to get the section  crews and to wire Cranbrook for tho  wrecking outfit. It took about twelve  hours to do the job the way freight  not reaching here until 8 a.m. Thursday.  The old reliables.    Why take  chances when it  more to be sure.  costs uu  Look up the prices on these  goods;   then come in and  see  how much  you  can save.  J. V. ORR  Watch, Clock and Jewelry' Repairing  Next door Mawson Bros.     CRESTON  XL-!  m-    ���������/"*? ~  of Tofrm t.n  Here, is the richness of pure  cream, which nourishes, and  the appetizing taste of ripe  tomatoes, which gives a keener zest to the food that follows.  No artificial thickening or  meat stock is used���������nothing  but tomatoes and real cream.  Heinz Cream of Tomato  Soup is perfectly prepared,  ready for the table; smooth,  rich and tasty.    Just heat it.  Baked Beans  Beefsteak Sauce  Tomato Ketchup  Sour Mixed Pickles  are a few more of the well-  known  Heinz  products   that  we have in stock.  J. K.  OHORLTON  TEACHER OF VIOLIN <fi  VIOLONCELLO  Terms on application.  Highest class tuition guaranteed.  Ha ifSj   m 111 ~wTm in) lm, H  Qt^^^L**]   S0A    mJ^^IIm     -eirlrfk   Q  Q ****f--|f**������i  D W D h^m H S3  uJj fl 13 y ^3  Better   0|lf|T|������g|Q   Lower  Service DBlUliltllO   Prices  IV'TA'I'OKH    <||(  liottemi    land    let  Hooth���������fit)   acreH   ef  lease   for one  year,  I   tf&F&EF^TfffcBB    fffcET-mflSftB"    ^0^S^S"  I       M       Sm������:  Kreua    's,*,.       m    H   M MWN "���������������..   1*8"-* S0-C   Mm   Sm M       im��������� Ml m.  Si M S<*m-   44 M HmM'  I       ���������),��������������������� d--. j* ~f r~   r-* r~* d**. *���������*"���������*-  r-**-*-. r*������ rr ���������*-*��������� -r* /���������* * I  null able1 fur petal octi or rootH. Land  in iftiA esh.ine feu* lil'mi/lnnf.", and will  rent, in any ni/.ed tract deHired. C C.  I-Yi'lir li, t 'te'.'.'.eil'.  Tie- iMcMui I lie- residence" em Vieloi-  in Ave., at j**f* ���������������������������it, uceupied hy Mi::.;  ���������Tandy 11*1 a   marlei-iiity   hospital, wan  1.1. lei In,,! *.*,.-,-k lee W. II. Wellllie'i, who  ...j.. <:t.. !,!> Iii.* Iim*. i *,(_*, fie,hi I lie* 1 uliell  lei town to reside in a lew wei'Un.  8 fSn rift ffl ft  liifludua  We, the undersigned, agree to close our .stores  at. I p.m., Town Timo, on EACH and EVERY  WEUNE.sdAY, commencing AIMML 7th and  c-onHiming until  NOVEMBER 1st, 10t>0.  ;r. v. Oir  lie .-.hireli uiee'tin*.--oi  Treslon   VVo-ljjj   S.   A    li\K:ii^.  rUi.i,   il .    k * .    i ������i i������l  e.  .  A. T). Manuel  .AlaVvSOrt E'rollu',5'.;.  ���������    t ���������   V I' I     t III  1   .    t Oil I Im  ev,   V -e).,    l n.n.   ' " "   ���������*������������������*���������   ��������� "' i m    .He.-.,   ** .    St.    l ������i i������i e . 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