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 fc'  3 '  !i  /f^r^i-Libra  ry  api-20  Vol. XII.  CEESTON, B. a$ FBIX^Y, MABCH  ���������Sd.  ~vo.  r-40. 4  ���������s^sss  Mrs. K. B. Downs got back on Sstusv  ���������day from a ess weeks* visit with  friends at Vancouyer and  Victoria.  Mr. ������*o?l Mrs. Dolt Weir and young  son got away on Tuesday for Portland,  Ore., where they expect to make their  permanent home.  W. J. Boyd, -who lately purchased  five acres of orchard from W. H.  Kemp, is getting lumber on the  ground for the erection of a house on  the place. The roads are in such  heavy shape that two teams are required to handle lumber loads at present.  *-?���������-  Mrs. W. S. Ryckman   spent a few  days with friends at Cranbrook last  week, returning on Saturday.  Report has it that the recently arrived government rock crusher will be  operated in this section near the Kemp  ranch. The road between Creston  and Erickson is to be put in permanent road shape while much crushed  rock will be used for repair work at  other points.  The sale oi* ten acres of wild land  opposite the Birney ranch is reported  this week, the buyer being- Louie  Littlejohn.  Jos. pnnson is aiso reportea to nave  bought ten acres in the same locality,  and proposes building a residence on  it as soon as the weather will,permit.  Other building contracts Mr. Stinson has taken for 1920 are a new house  on the Lsvesque place, W. W. Hall's  house, an addition to 6. Leadbeater's,  and a, cement foundation under Geo.  Hobden's new packing shed.  W. J. E. Biker of Nelson, the wfiter  rights branch, engineer, accompanied  by his assistant, Mr. Evans*, were here  a couple of days this fete,part'.-���������������������the  we-^.-.-mf-'-ki-nfi^  the irrigation -aysfeM the ErlskeoQ  water users4' association is getting  ready to put tn. the water supply coming Sullivan Creek. About ten ranchers are' interested in tbe project and  are planning to be using the water  this season.  on Monday going on to the scene of  the wreck on Wednesday morning  of last week, where they put the car  in shape and reloaded the coke. Tbe  ���������crew is expecting to be working along  the line for a time, handling the slides  and clearing out the ditches.  Sleighing is completely gone now  and the Sash & Door Co. have gone  back to hauling by trucks. Up till  about a week ago sleighs could be  used while the frost lasted in the  mornings.  Fishery inspector Bobinson of Nel-  Oj-x-tv* -KVy-n-o t^A-aUk' ~r~-m% *%*% r-s-h-l-Vt������-*-**,*ml **5ei?#\ o ���������fW^ltei  WM       <er *-m-v-h*   mm-+--m x~-   -mmm*   mm mm   x->r~~0-mTm*X>rm.     x m~Jx-r  Xd-r  v**-"-*  pie of days last week, and will be back  again shortly. The question of re*  stocking Meadow Creek is being considered by the department.  To take fishing trips more comfortable and less tiresome Jas. Arnell is  prouujng io invest his surplus trapping earnings in building a number of  log cabins along Goat River at which  fishermen can put up for the night at  a very reasonable charge.  Geo. Hunt expects to be putting the  finishing touches on his roadmaking  contract at the crossing as soon as the  weather will permit. We heir tbis  year's estimates will provide -for considerable .improvement on the road  between the crossing and Kitchener,  as well ss st Aires? Creek.  liiiliM-*  JosrBel! was fch^ lucky winner of  the pup rame by^iu������ school trustees  to secure fundf for improvements to  the school propei^JT- *vBesides furnishing considei-abie-iuu ph~ ramie produced close-to-$50.  Mrs. Hurt and baby son returned  from the hospital ait Creston a few  days ago.   ,  Sam Coop is the last of the tin victims at Lister and'he expects to be  around the same as -eyer In a few days  ���������UOW.    ���������       ��������� .V-   ??P..  Mrs. Vine Liddicbatt has arrived  from Cranbrook to .'Join her huaband  and become one of. the permanent residents of Lister.      P,  The farms of Messrs. Filmer, McKay  and Stones are now decorated with  new barns erected at cost to the owners of about $300 in each case.  The amusement committee's whist  drive at the schoolhouse on Saturday  night attracted ihe. usual good attendance, and the usual enjoyable evening  is reported by ail, (The winners at I  cards were Mrs. iaddicoatt and Jas.  Turley, while the booby remembrances were awarded Miss Anstead and  B. M. White. '  collected and the provincial govern-,  ment will be asked to pay the running  expenses.  Ray. T. i&cCord with Mrs. McCord  and family, left on Friday for Victoria,  where they will make their home in  future. He has retired from the mls-  istry and assumed the position of district manager on Vancouver Island  for the London Life Assurance Company. _ During a year and a half's residence here both^Mr. and Mrs. McCord made a host of friends in Creston 1  Valley and .they both take with them  best wishes of all for success in their  new home.  Mrs. T. Sadler, who has been spending a short holiday with her mother  at Coleman, Alta., returned to Wyn-  Indel on Fridav.  There were sounds of revelry by  both in town and -country���������on  Thursday last when a chivaree party  isyorfd a tno oi tin? newly weus with  a formal call. The tin can troubadors  dished up a 50-50 program of instrumental and vocal melody so touching-  ly that something like $10 in cash and  a bang-up supper was ihe net and sat  Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Grady, who have  been in Spokane for the past few  months, returned to Wynndel on Friday, Mr. Grady, all will be sorry to  hear, is in rather poor health.  Chas. Walker, the representative of  the Daily Newc, Nelson, was a business visitor to Duck Creek on Saturday, -collecting subscriptions and picking up new ones. He stayed over  night at P. Andestad's.  The real spring weather that pre?  vailed at the week-end -fercught sveryf  body out, the depot atlfcrain time in  the afternoon presenting the most  lively scene since last summer.  A C.P.R. extra gang computed th  j work of re-laying" the line  througb  isfactory  result  of their enterprise.  Duck  Creek  wifch  fcsav-ep  8teel  on  ���������]*MrA-a������A     *���������������> ix^urx        Xtxm*        A.,n,-.i, l-ia An ^ Et* *x m *Tx .-rwlL-k ^-fc-������>  There were no casualties, though at  one point armed interference was unsuccessfully threatened.  Local and Personal  S&iehmwr  Mr8. Hunt is spending a few days  with Creston friends this week.  Mr. and Mrs. Dan Spiers nnd family  are this week moving back to Creston  to take up residence.  Sherlock Holmes is still resident at  Kitchener and working out his theories,  Joe. Dubie has signed an urtnistice  with the marten, having pulled in his  line of traps, and Joseph has now  gone to work for Geo. Hunt.  Two mining ex perls from Spokane  haye been here this week looking over  tho Scott PHco claims on Goat River.  Mr, Daubin, teacher ut Lister school,  spent the week-end here, the guest of  G. A, Hunt.  Saturday night dances at the hotel  arc becoming a regular fixture. The  Tho last one wits on the 20th, some of  the men at the mill arranging it and  thoy provo themselves capital entertainers, too.  The Sash & Door Co. mill will operate steadily for bhe next few months.  While tho sleighing lasted they accumulated about three million feat of  logs in the yard und when the roads  will   pormit  truck    hauling   will   bc  Htw.vted.   r  Mm McGonegal was a visitor with  Creston friends a few days tho latter  part of tho week.   Section   foremen  JollUtOU   Alld   J-JeluGu  Wck'tu ~>\~~. ~l\~x-~  on the 16th for tho monthly pay  cheques,  G. A. Hunt wan a bimhienn vitdtor at  Crouton the fore part of the week, returning on 'i'ueiuhiy. lUrnie DrittiU io  also a GroHton yisitor at present.  We understand section foreman  Hilly    JohniMon    linn     hooked    three  situsit.iJb' !t*jtve und iuk-'-de- < ������������������ooonoi*-  iug iiL.e layotf at lis- Ihat <u ihe month  if the new foreman ih -ready Us take  over Mm wont.  After being closed up a couple of  weeks due to the prevalence of flu the  Sirdar school resumed "operations  again on Monday, with quite an average attendance.  W. H. Morris has gone to Trail  where-* we hear, he has taken a position and will remain for the present.  Tfee roOd westlssr that has pravail-  and' put ttoe J&ndin sfe^pe Tor cultivation. Ploughing. was in -������ail swing  early-in the week at the North and  Fascuzzo ranches.  R. Walmsley of Creston was a weekend yisitor with Sirdar friends, returning on'Monday.  The Fraser Construction Company  crew is making good time on their  contract of building the new slip at  Landing, and will be ready for use  early in the month.  The ice is rapidly disappearing from  the lake and it will not be long now  before the motor boat owners can  launch their craft for the 1920 season.  Mrs. Black well, who had been in  charge of the hospital at Creston was  a visitor with Mrs. Dennes on Saturday, en route to her home in Nelson.  Mr. and Mrs. Loasby, who had been  at Creston for a few days recuperating  after the flu, got back on Sunday. He  expects to be in shape to resume work  before the end of the month.  Creston Methodist Sunday school  will resume its sessions on Sunday  next, March 28th, at 11 a-m.  in  ���������DM-���������  AJIXXVSX.  ���������*������*r~*u���������������.  x-4*cim/ui  rights branch engineer, accompanied  by his assistant, Mr. Evans, were here  on Tuesday and Wednesday,, making  an inspection of the irrigation system  Erickson water users' -Association is  putting in, getting the wet goods from  Sullivan Cre.ek. With reference to  the irrigation project at Arrow Creek  and Goat river his reports, thereon are  now at Victoria and he expects the  department will issue a statement in  connection with them very shortly.  3." H. Lawrence, the well-known  Nelson accountant, has been here the  past few days making the annual audit  at the Canyon City Lumber Co., Ltd.  There -was'% dearth of rightrStee  wedding. rings in town the fore part  of the month, and on at least two oc-  ^^^^^fe^M^hpanied by a writ^up������<* the V  ���������vSsSbV     -QSu     uuuc   --Sis* vSC^'nn-v  ***������,   Siaiimr .'-���������-.  function some years previous..  A little better fire protection is now  available to the business houses on the  west side of the track. -Last week a  house built over the hydrant near the  Creston v Hotel in which is stored a  couple of hundred feet of hose, and  the necessary appliances for turning  on the water when needed.  The     C.WVx.    Writ.  IU   III.  Rev. J. S. Mahood had a fine turnout on Sunday evening for the Church  of England service at the 6choolhopso,  and will be here again on April 11th.  when he will haye an Easter service  Mayor Duly who has beenhi bernat-  jng at Nelson for the past few months,  was ac thc city hall for a few days  about the middle of tho month, since  when he has been on a business visit  at Waldo and Cranbrook, Aid. Harry  Hiigheu is acting mayor during his  absence this trip.  While the tin epidemic 1 anted Sirdar  had about a dozen cases of it and at  times it was needful to utilitzo the  upuuuur ior uju trip to ���������Uiohuhi ior a  doctor. Fortunately non.c of tho  casus were fatal, and all of them are  around again pretty much as usual.  H. S. Schofield, provincial organizer  for St. John's Ambulance Association,  addressed a public meeting in Mercantile Hall-on Wednesday night, under  Red Cross auspices. Owing to being  called on two days' notice the attendance was not large. He spoke on  "First Aid" and "Home Nursing."  Dr* Frank, the NolRon vet., was here  over the week-end. conducting an investigation into' the outbreak of staggers which caused the death of a number of Indian horses this month. Following the dry summer of two years  ago the eating of rushes had the same  disastrous effect on the Siwauh nags.  Messrs. Payne & West, who recently purchased the Rose & Watcher  ranch, arrived from Mountain View,  Alta., with a couple of cars of eifects  as well as some stock on Tuesday, and  have  taken   possession.     Both   have  The editors of about a dozen papers  ������_       -Urx    ft       XX      T>      I:..,.     Sx~X���������.~^~.     r*rxl~rx~~~  XAXt     VtXTr   .-/.   0. .  0.0.  AtXtV   ucvn-cvu   VeUKIU/  and Edmonton are regaling themselves with Creston Valley apples this  Week. On Friday the board of trade  sent them Out a half box ejich-accom-  Jgalley.  south of Calg^rjP were~ ei-mHarly..Ter  memberedand much valuabi&jpublic-  ity was obtained���������as pervthe great  influx of Southern Alberta people that  haye since come in, and are still coming. The apples were No. 1 Delicious*,  and were in prime shape, and splendidly put up by Jas. Cook from his  1919 crop.   .  Monday.  J. P. Brooke is busy erecting a new  house on the Butterfield ranch.  LandT clearing operations are under  way here. M-Pssrs. Packman and Wall  are busy clearing their block by the  school, and Ken. Dewar is busy clear-  :*~-~   t-Srx __���������- ���������..-.-.-. mmrx.mX   ***������_*-     *^-*--l*i,      ,,n-,t*r  tujs uu> uow j|unu<; utuii ju>*d> iiavuuiov o.  Monrad Wig-sii expects to have his  mill running soon. The men are now  at wdrk cutting it in shape for tbe  season's cut*  E. S. Butterfield spent the week-end  at Balfour.  O, J., John Wissen and John Bathie  are asking for tenders for the work of  digging the foundation ditch of their  new irrigation system, bids to be in  ���������fcy Wednesday next.  About twenty-five couples were pre-  sent at the dance in the schoolhouse  United  ������<acs-o    v*m*x   mi- ������o������  nJgh^J-andeiR-          ALrT'-mmlti'--   *." unucro  mwyiwS.  fl-c^r/ g������iod Tniusic, the ladies -^ryed a  tasty supper*; and: *������������Ui Dob^I-ss Butterfield master of ceremonies it will be  at once apparent that a good fame  prevailed. It is likely a whist drive  and dance will be giyen on Saturday  evening, April 2nd, but of this more  particulars later.  t SI/>������������������-*      -k*-*I^nr\  .ni  \x.~   x-Tdyv\ 0X**,*txr. .^   ���������  XJit-i      *������ ������. m\.\x*yXMM\J  ftevolutoke will require $40,000 to  run its schools for 1020.  KeremeOH mnowerB am ^eUtinr $2R  a ton tiom tliu cannora Ioi- their bust  Ciado tomatoca thin y-cuv.  City laborers nt Cranbrook will bo  paid at the rate of 60 contu an hour  thin yenr, f������n<l w!l! wor!c an ������l*-"!st h������������r  day.    Tills same rato will obtain   at  Penticton.  The Free Proas cannot quite flKuro  out why It. taken i!8 mlllii of tho Fer-  .-<.-'       t i". i..^'-i       t-i/>       #1*11        IH-H-tt.       ������-%.> hV H*  ������������       ,Hx.j������X-s**������*  uyiitom, vhll-M Nt-ilHom  -Kets pant on a  -r*r -Tlf  to the.nono-too-large corpo of Valley  berry pickers.  Frank Romano was n business visitor at Cranbrook and Fernie the latter  part of tho week, returning on Tuesday. It is expected two or three  oxtraxgangs will bo employed in this  district this season, ono of them hav-  ah-eiidy ntartod work relay I mr l,h������ line  with heavier -eteol between Duck  Creek and Sirdar.  Chas. Moore got b-s.cU on Saturday  front v- few dayti" nttiy at Slocan City,  where'ho was busy dismantling tho  old throe-story Victoria Hotel building, and getting the lumber,  doors,  ��������� N , 4  9- x m  VU   AAi������i������'*>>t-y ���������**.    <\t% OU   4V    XttX'Xkm it  \   .-.WAS m\*kZ  ohipinent to Cwviton. Ho will utilize  tho material iu some building operations on his ranch here. *  Tho emergency ho'jpkLal wao linally  cloned on Friday, und after a thorough  fumigation thc fnll-j-.vln^ day wan  ready for dismantling on Monday.    It,  "HI"      ill      ������,-rr.t.l-M I,(OO      >���������     lillli.     /���������,,.������>������.    ���������>���������..,,-.  weeks, neven   patientn   being   taken  V...1.1: Lit ..L 'A.     Tiie.' hVdi,  Banyan Oiiy  Fred Browell left a few days ago for  Lethbridge, Alta., in which part of  the country he expects to be employed  for the next few months.  Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Gilbert, who  snoved here from Saskatchewan about  a year ago, are away on a trip to coast  points, and it is stated that they will  remain there permanently.  Road foreman Harris had a small  crew of men busy last week filling up  the ruts in the road caused by the  spring washouts. He is now busy  slashing out the right of way on the  Canyon City side of the approach to  the new high level bridge.  John Wood nnd John McRobb have  both gone to Willow Point, where  they expect to bo employed at lumbering operations this caution.  School re-opened on Thursday of  last week after a two-week Bhut-down  owing to tho flu epidemic. Canyon  had quite a few, and boiuo serious  cases, bnt thoro woro no deaths and  all uvo now recovering nicely,  Mr. Denco, who purchased the Gro-  ver Tfif-ftr place hint. full. Ih ut-tUntr n  supply of lumbor on the ground and  will erect a moro commodious rc-  sidenco as well as other buildings this  spring.  Pruning is tho order of tho day with  tlio ranchers and if tho cxcollont pro-  upect now In evidence materlali;*c:j thc  -*, '���������.-���������, -r ������..,������ ,  S^.1.0^ 1>W      \.r,yy     t-HHllL'    L.L.1^1     t. Ill    xxL    Lxx.x'L  It-oblo the 1010 output.  R. Smith of Dutton, Ont., him heen  a vinitor bore for a few days, Htraight-  oning up the atfahu or hii. tion, the  late I lobby Minilli, who whh one of tlie  Canyon im-ii who weit* kiiit'd in ihe  great war.    Mr. Smith wnii here about  ������������.������������   -rrr.i.t-n ���������-,������������/-,    totil   (������< n-oft it ***\ *,' rrr I >,r e������*iu.  ed   at   tho   tremendouu   development  Kaslo residents are due for a raise  in water rates. At present the waterworks department is the only city-operated utility that loses money.  City employees at Revelstoke will  be notified that they cannot accept  work on a pay basis during the hours  they are not in the city employ.  Cranbrook is due for a brain storm  about April 7th. The school teachers  of East and West Kootenay are to be  thero in annual convention at that  time.  ^j**r������BsC������flE  Dance  etio now  tJjHSijMB.!;..'������J   *J  -- *M-  -  Bhhhmi  mfmmmmmumm  Lh-IOK iltve:k'Vwiii*4C III K\tx: V'-uIIi.  i  jjjwi gynai {jjjjjj^ jj jjjjj^n  Spa VStX   p ra*C-lr3  P 0'SJs..-^'C������& Es,g   ^.i/  sj^tmivlbtiuim*  mif~^0issMp044^mm-fmi4������im������^  ^t!!*!!!^"-"^**'*^^  m*4*ffmmimi*<M4*miiti4m  -.<m?mtth!*rmmm������m^  i������',.ii.,m..���������i ,������,.���������,.���������,,.���������. ,������,,������,��������� ^mmmmm^t^mmmr, im**mim0m0m<m������mm- m^mmmmmiimm ,r~,���������n���������., >mrW,i,.i|,|in,t|.,!ff,,w        "   " "" " " "" ���������"-*-���������"*-         ������������������--���������" ---���������* ������������������- -  - iMMNiiiaM   _..���������  ...j(s5������M)timiiHi^iMm    t h"       --.r-tr     t ..    ^B^,^^,.!,,.,..,,,,^,^,,,.,,^.,, .���������.tfWM)^re.HrttWrt.rrr^h.r,'..h.,arert.fl^<^M*������,^,ttMW*^^ --. 0.���������.~-irH-���������0���������0.0���������r.~Xl~~     u^.Jli i^..^. .J^*f3-*e'*rT-*?j*{p?^������?n|^*>M. jj,^ !"^r .^..'K.ili^iUHlrl  -XSSStLXmuilZ-'Xiud.  tjmSflHmKiSm'Mihiill,  mttst. it 0*i*Vl Vui  *4*<*rmm*^,<v������"i������ ,Ts*^wm������w9fww^'^^ TH2J     REVIEW.     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have no stomach ailment at all.
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ss a "tvonijorfiu corrective o�� an vijgCS=
live and stomach disorders.
There is no mystery about the quick
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Pills. They simply supply the additional aid required by the systcm to
enable it to do its work correctly.
You'll enjoy your meals, digest
everything you eat, look better, feel
better, bc free from headaches, constipation and indigestion, all these
benefits come to all that use Dr.
Hamilton's Pills. Every man or woman with a stomach ill is advised to
spend 25c on a box of this wonderful
vegetable remedy.
ftiiinj? ui
you ever have any pig-keepers in your
family?" |
Pembroke's strong jaw fell. J
"Why���upon my soul���are you mad,
Ruggles " ���
"No ��� and you needn't get mad
either. There's no harm meant. I'm
just asking for information." >
"Pig-keepers ��� what thc deuce do ',
you mean?    Swineherds?" ���
"Yes.    Swineherds.       You haven't, j
have you?"
"Look here, Ruggles,"���Pembroke's
jaw hardened and his eyes began to
gleam ominously,���"I don't mind a
little chaff now and again, but if you
think that just because you've come
into a pile of money���"
"Hold on a minute." Ruggles raised his hand. "Just try to keep your
temper and you'll see in a minute
what I'm trying to get at. There's
another question I want to ask you.
Now I've heard you speak of your
mother, and I know you think a heap
of her. How would you like it if
people were to point'at her and say:
'See that woman? Well, her father
tended hogs out in the beech woods, j
and so did her brothers ind sisters.
She might have been doin^ that now,
herself, but she was mightv good-
looking, and her folks thought they
might get more out of her some other
way, so they sold her���'"
He got no further Pembroke had
bounded from his chair, his face crimson, and his powerful grin fell on
Ruggle's throat. But even 3s his
grasp tightened, he began vaguely to
unacrsrana.     i nc tense nn^cr-^ a-irt/.c-u i ���-  -
has   beea  the
standard   yeast
ia Canada,   for.
ever 5�� yearss and it
HI ss & we'! k-n-nwn "fact
H th-ki     hr-z-d     tyi~.de
witlx   E��ysJ    Ys^sf
possesses & greater
amount of nourishment than   that
made with any
sun I liillllinTf^^^^^lill lllllmi
wards���Oh, say, what's the use? Do
you think I'm going to soe you throw
your life away after all that? Not by
a damned sight! I'd give yoa the
whole bunch, first-*-*���I���I���"
His voice broke... He hurst, into
tears, turned in his, chair, 'folded.. lVis
arms against its back, and buried his
face in them. Sobs shook his body
as though to rack it apart.
Then a strong, comforting hand
dropped upon his heaving shoulder
with all of thc old gentleness and
magnetic touch. A low, vibrant
voice, tremulous itself, said soothingly:���-
"There���there���my boy ~ there -���
thcrcl    I'm  sorry."
(To  Be-Continued.)  ���
   B\   -���
Copyrighted.  Printed by special
arrangement   with   Thos.  Allen,
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He thrust Ruggles from him and tank
back into hi? seat. The color faded
from  his  cheeks.
You  damned  little cad'" he grow-
Pembroke started forward, staring
at Ruggles in amazement and disbelief.
"What'" he cried. "Arc you mad?
Hamid Pasha "
"Don't   you   talk   Hamid   Pasha   to
B. C. Berry Growers Expect Big. Year
British CoIumbia_berry growers are
anticipating a good season during 1920
both in production and financial returns. The growers of the Gordon
Head district are reported to have
made contracts to deliver to the jam
factories 250 tons- of strawberries at
20 cents a pound. Buyers have been
going hrough the lower Mainland and
.Vancouver Island surveying the situation and making offers to thc various
large producers for thc contemplated
me'." cried  Ruggles roughlv
Canada's Place in the Empire
Canada-is tlie foremost of the fam*
"Didn't lily of the  British  Empire, and, being
led.    "Y
ou little
r-i-rx ���     r.   - ��� ���
31IU*.-3 'l-J*^
I save his life and get all shot up do-jnearestj the t rcsponsit��ilit*y rests
ing it?    v*vill   I  ever be a  sound man , , ^      .,       ,
upon her. not alone to aid and succor
in   battle, but  to lead  the van  in  all
igain ?
-c       Did I promise anything about
I these girls ������    I guess the score's about
that   I   picked  out  of  the   futte'-'"
"That'? right." Rugcdes answered I square between Hamid Pasha and i forms of industrial life ; to seize every
with a little choke "That's what I Richard Ruggles." He leaned farther oppnrrnrijtv to forward the arandeur
was.     And  you're     Lord     Pembroke. , forward,  and   deep   lines   drew   them-
ither  cheek.
And if you do what you say vou wsnt   selves   obliquely   across
to do and marry Roxana. then people  "But  the  score  ain't  sctth
can  say about your children's mother'you  and me.  Lord   Pembroke.     What
what   you   were   ready   to   choke   me i you said was true.    You picked me out
for just sort of asking how you'd feel   of the gutter and brought me out here
if   thcy   was   to   -""ay   it   about   yours.
, See?    Only in the case of yoiir-child-
with  you     and  made     a  man  of mt
When  1  was shot to pieces you stuck
Pembroke met him upon his arrival
ren it would be true.   The grandfather  by  mc   day  and   night���and  Rave  me
of the next Lord Pembroke would be1, your  own   clean     water   when   I   was
a  dirty  swineherd     somewhere    over ' thirsty,  and   risked     cholera  drinking
and  took him   to  his  quarters,  where;there across the Black Sea"    And he   out   of  a  stinking  ditch.     -\nd   af*-er*
thcy had a long talk, Ruggles describ- j jerked his head toward the east,
ing how he had established his wards       Pembroke's  face was set and  rigid.
He swallowed  once or twice, but did
not  try   to  speak.     Ruggles  went  on
as  quietly as  though he had  not  just
narrowly escaped  a  strangling:���
"Say, Lord   Pembroke,    you    know
just  as  well   as  1   do.  that  people  as
and the social attentions that they
were already receiving. He spoke
also of the early suitors and of the
manner in which he had disposed of
their demands.
"1   wrote to  this  Conte  del  Castel-
franco," he concluded, "and told    him'high   np  in   society   as   you   are  can't
straight that there  was no use in  his. always  do  what  they like.     Tt  would
asking for Rosa unless he could Jur
nish proof that he had a million
francs to his own credit. He hadn't
answered   the   letter  when   I   left."
Pembroke       smiled. "Humberto
hasn't a sou, poor little devil,'' said he.
"1 know them slightly, and  I've heard
not be a square deal���not only to
those of their family that are living,
but to those that might come after
them. T never looked at it that way
until T met you and Mr Fa'coner and
Hamid Pasha and some others that
were  the  real   thing      But  there's  no
And then
and stability of both herself and the
Emreirc���-Acriciiltural  Cv-a^rttr..
�� S your child healthy?-- Is
*���' he or she up to standard weight, of good color,
with plenty oi rich, red
blood to nourish the growing tissues?
For children who are thin*
pale, anaemic, under -weight,
nervous, restless, sleepless, Dr.
Chases' Nerve Food is of the
greatest benefit imaginable.
Being mild and gentle in ac*
tion, -End yet woiiueixtt-uy paw
ent as a restorative, it soon
makes the blood rich and builds
up the feeble nerves.
50 cents a oox, 6 Joe $2.75, a" 2-ss.lsrSa es
Edmanson, Bates & Co.,  Ltd., Tosronts.
they   live  on   a   small   allowance   that ' getting around it. 1  guess
the  oid girl  l-us  from   k<:i   broiiicr-m-   teiere's   anotner   tiling'���tills   giri   i\ox- ���
law,   wlio   manufactures   Roman   silks, jana's   only   about   naif-civilized.      I've)
or something of the sort." |watched her and  1  know.     For all  of
"Those     liigh-soundin'     titles     just   her   wonderful   looks,     she's     regular
hypnotized   Miss   HHiot."   Ruggles  re-   she-devil  inside,  and   it  only  needs  a
jolt to bring it out. What sort of
a wife would she be for you? Relieve me, I'd rather marry a lioness
and live in the cage with her. There's
something in her eves that scares me,
marked, "and Livingstone got tn his
fine work hy turning op the hot air.
He sure h.id  plenty  of it."
Pembroke    frowned. "I'm   afraid
that   Livingstone   was   rny   fault."   said ,
he.    'Til  known   him a long   time and ' sometimes���   and   you   know   yourself
slwavs found him a gooel enough sort, j that  1   don't  scare  so  awful  easy."
so   I "took  him  over  with   me   for  tea!     Pembroke,  who had been  watching
one? day.     I:   I'd  ever thought  he  was'him   fixedly,  leaned   forward and  bur-
going io  havc  a  try,   1  should  never .ied  his   face  in  his  hands
vc   ('e-ei-.r
��,' -
"God!"     he      muttered.       "You've
a moment puffing ' struck it, Ruggles.     it's just  that  has
with  a
bu:    w'\
I   '.vr*.-**
'"-' es
nie   .-.!>���
" '�����<vi
driven me nearly mad.    She's a great,
splendid, tawny lioness���hut damn  it,
r-h.-aui*   -kin. I man,   she's   more   than    that!     She's
��� '., \t.-w  i-'!];,-,! told von that ��� got  mind.    She's got a soul.    1  know
n.a'rVv' Roxana." he  said, a [her better than  you  think.    I've talk-
led  to her.    I've* studied her.     There s
told'a   lot   of   the   savage   underneath,   I'll
admit,  hut   who  wants     one  of  these
puling   'horn-in-cuptivity'   women?     I
ti   looked   at   Rupgh-s
���k'*-*!i   under  his   fresh
���'.'les answered, "she
The pore cleansing, purifying and
sterilizing properu* s of this wo d -tr
ful skin soap, using plenty of hot
water and soap, best applied wit*
the han-^s, will prove h Jpful to thos��
who use it for the first time    Touch
eruptions,  roughness or irritition,
if any, with Cuticura Ointment t j-
fote bathing.    Dry and dust lightly
with Cuticura Talcum, a fascinating
dag-rance for  powdering  and  perfuming  the  skin.     Nothing  better
than these ideal skin purifiers and
their cost is but little.
Cuticura Soap 25c. Ointment 25 and 50c..
Talcum 25c. plus Canadian dutiea.   Sold
Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.
MENT for Croup; found nothing
equal   to  it;   sure  cure.
Sept. 1st, 1905.
Ilawkshaw, N.B.,
Giving Up Valued Post
The London Daily Telegraph, in an
editorial  about Sir Auckland  Geddes'
appointment to Washington, pays tribute  to  the  distinction  of his  public
.service  and   refers   to  his   relinquish-
I iiierit   of   iiie   priricipalship   of   ivieGiii
��� University as giving up a post which
; is  one  of  the  greatest   prizes  in   the
academic   world,   which   his   personal
preference inclined  him to make  thc
crown of his career.
dress: "
For aample t  -Y free ad-
Cuticura.Depi. N. Boatoa.U J3.A.
Minard's Liniment Cures Dandruff.
Yes, dear, a busybody is a person
who wastes a lot of valuable time
pointing out the duties of others.
The Lapps arc thc smallest people
of  Europe.
It's Mercury!    Quicksilver!   Shocks the
You're bilious, but take "Cascarets"!
You have a throbbing sensation in
your head, a bad taste in your mouth,
your eyes burn, your skin is yellow,
with dark rings under your eyes; your
lips are parched, your bowels are constipated. No wonder you feel foggy,
mean and ill-tempered. You need
Cascarets tonight. Don't continue being a bilious nuisance to yourself and
those who love you, and don't resort
to harsh physirs that irritate and injure. Remember that most disorders
of the stomach, liver and bowels are
ended by morning with gentle, harmless Cascarets���thcy work while you
sleep, never gripe, shock, sicken or inconvenience you.   They're grand!
A man with a thirst these days is
almost as unhappy as a woman with
a secret that nobody wants to know.
,'*. e   r.<;  ohjections  to  ofT-
. 5i* okr.     " 1    ran
:ranos,"   hc   gave;
nr;!    nnmemate-iy
I'Uj.'C e
ivrr,       l''*l:i!,'-,kf     pl.:Pl
his   ���''<'���!-, ri :> i-ro >.���, ed.     'I b
eer-j   in  ki**   eh an-rut   face.
"'!'������,���:   ir*.   <.*. r,rrl yeni  elon't   look  any
tor.   j.'- u-i-il L:\ir?; it,   obi   (-bap,   I   liiiiM
a,- v '"      f i *.*    : in ii; 1 i      ; i: j---    t nun    !iic
rn--,iu'n ;enrl  ���������tared at   Ruffles  curious-
Iv      'I'lf ii.  11������ ��� *it���'..' tbe*  fa-licririf   Hush
(||l       t-.'l|',     ,1     -      ,1    .III      >    1,1*1     I.'.,      II.!,      Ir.l.li..-.     ,i.L,..
farf* cloneler]. "buoe! I.orej, you hav-
;,������<! f;,!!���*���'. in !','.'i- vith h'-r
have   yeiu.*'"
rnr*'*'     N'o   oi  eourr'c  not.     I
love-    vvitb    hr;',
has    anvbo'ly    clsr?"      I'e-tri-
f<>.ua l<i,     ).: e'i y-f.'1'"' Li      ii'""
manage I can   lame  her.     I'm  none  so  civilized
a   short j myself,   and   I've   always   told   myse-lf
I that  if over  I  came*  to  mate il  would
an?-ihe   with   some  such   woman   as   that."
en :   *���''���>���
your ���*, e*| f,
ain't   iii
hrn'i.r    li*
Cirrus  of
lus    trm'
)oh-,;:,    ���
l\ \\yy,\i
**"i| *-*. 'A*e*P*i
you,  i,ii,t
/'.ni   |. i * i
ui.i.'. ,    1 ,
l*ltti        1r,(,
broke',   j
i: i ������-.
\\ 11 e*e i
fli'r       '
,()   at   him   and i He   drew   out   his   handkerchief
r. color deepen- i wiped his glistening forehead. "There
j have   been   no   end   of   sultans   whose
i mothers   were   taken   from   thc   same
class,"   he   grow'ed.     "Hamid      Pasha
himself was very probably the son  of
a slave.    All Turks lake their wives in
��� that  way."
Ve", n fSV.'ere'! !'.!i;*'',ie*.- nun eij, ,
".md bieik .ei ihciii now."
i I'i'inhroK-e's jaw set stubbornly, and
| when lie spoke, there was something
; in his voice lb.it struck- a chill through
i Kii'-'fl-**,.
"< Mi,   \v< 11,"   said   he  harshly
thin'**   you're     r**.*b-
',',',, , i..nif,<: ui\
d     ti.e
- r
chuck   my
*.���,..'*, marry the girl,
.tr   out   for   Ahierica   or  Africa
i- othe-r place.    'Null' said.    I've
, e-avdv.
, 111 t  in*
til  t i
d    Irl    th
,1      h.ir'
' a *. r
������ l;.
rtrmirilnf-ftil tVCHiJl.
ire *.�����> *****, l��*-��l tn-i Wlni
t.lj-lrl*, rrlirvetel ��>Y WtlUl-m
;.. ,-_  v,:.:"  ���!;; ;������   :,���]].-   *.vr!
is ahout  it."
j'.n'..' "ly,   tr>  lirar   and   see  the   num.
i oulel have douhted the fu.ality of this
'ie-ci viwii.     Uiij/ghjs'ii  face  tinned   pair,
  !   :.;..   . ......*    ;*,:.    ..*;..,   f .r   thr   n.o
li.rrit   ahifest   liru e*.
"V.*uM  i-all*,   eh> that?" he asked.
id   I'e nihrlike,  almost   iu-
".'*.! di'i*   ilian   thai.   I'm  jjo-
i.       i    i *. .!   /i.,i,    i. "I* K*'   ������    '   v '"
r,   .*,r:d   .]r,;\'-i   rl!   thn r-
- ���!   for .-.ai d   quickly  in
do Avoid Operations
Mrs. Etta Dorion9 of Ogdensburgr,, Wis., ��ay��:
" I suffered from fomalo troubles which caused piercing paino
llko a knifo through my back nnd sldo. 1 finally lost all my
Btron^th so I had to go to bed. Tho doctor advised an operation
but I��would not listen to it. I thought of what I lisul rend about
Lydia E. Pinkhara's Vegetable Compound and tried it. The first
bottle brought great relief and six bottles havo entirely cured me.
/.ii vv,i,mnr, who havo female trouble of any kiud should try
JLydin E. rinkham'a Vegetablo Oomi>oi.ina<,"
How Mrs. Boyd Avoided an Operation.
Canton, Ohio.���"I suffered from a fomalo troublo which
caused mo much BUlTorinfT. and two doctors decided that
I would havo to go th-rough an operation, before 1 could i
cot well. . ....,.��,��...'
"Idvirtolli-jr, who hr.il boon helped by Lydia E.Pin!:- f
liam's Vcrjctablo Compound, advised mo to try it be- /
vji fore r.iibrnittinjr to an operation. It relieved mo from /1
���',        ���jiiy troubles co I can do my honnm work without ntiy / *
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���tf0mn.m**i tmlmiiit-mrmm '���������'���������^^^mfrypmi'. ���������  THE      RKVTRW.      CRKPTON.      B.      a  MONEY TO LOAN       |  ON IMPROVED FARM PROPERTY     |  Apply to C Q. PARSER. Western Macager "    '   g  THE EXCEUiOR UFE INSURANCE CO. I  348 Main Si,       -^     .-      WINNIPEG, MAN. 5  W/l<li������TAFFJr������  Orange  Sarmalade  AU Orangs and Sugar-  No camouflage.  Boiled wiih care in Silver Pirns.  ASK YOUR SltOCSR FOR IT.  Vb=  1?" 3 *?Sif P^<  lA/TMIIUII Rf'o^t^hachKunc diseases  NERVE SKIN.BL00D5 i^ a ,NV*T������D  70" Lombard St ���������  Rcnccuvc  ''I  want   to  see  some  mir-  ������OOK  ON  DOG    DISEASES      B        T arlv  -.n-l   How   u   Feed       8 ^aoy.  Maifcd    Free   t*    as? |   rors."  "xmhor- I ,     Salesman: "Hand mirrors, madam?"  H* C>������Y -A&OVE* I '    Lady: "Oh, no, some you can see  s 'your face in.'  your out of town accounts by   Do min  '*   ' Five   dollars  MhVm WEaTUCTj  igaaiAJe  Aa enterprising laundry    man  DANGEROUS TO BABY  Our Canadian March weather���������one  day hright, but sloppy the next blustery and cold���������is extremely hard, on  children.- Conditions make it necessary for the mothers to keep the little one indoors. They are often confined to overheated, badly ventilated  rooms and catch colds which rack  their whole system. To guard against  these colds and to keep the baby well  till the better, brighter days come  ig, a box of Baby's Own Tablets  Paris uses a captive balloon to lift should be kept in the house and an  the clothing which he washes-high occasional dose given the baby to  . ,        .*���������** . jiii keep  his  stomach  and bowels   work-  into  the air  to dry  and bleach, un-  coritaminated by the city's dust.  ing regularly.   The Tablets are a mild  but   thorough laxative    which    never  fail to regulate the stomach and bow-  A  Hon  in   a jungle  will   jump  25  e!s a"d  thus  they  relieve co'ds  ana  . simple "fevers and keep the baby nt.  The Tablets are sold by medicine  dealers or by mail at- 25 cents a box  from TheJDr. Williams Medicine Co..  Brockville, Ont.  Big Percheron  Sale In Britain  High Prices Secured at Messrs. Tat-  tersall's, Knightsbridge  At   Messrs.    Tattersall's,    Knightsbridge, England, on  Monday, a number of Percheron mares and stallions  were  offered,   and   met  with   a  good   ^  trade.     The  first  lots  on   offer  were  specially  selected,     and imported  by  Messrs. Hy. Overman and J. L. Wick-1  ham-Boynton.    The highest price was '  paid by Lord Min to for that splendiu  grey  mare  Quadrille,  foaled  in   1916, j  which he secured for 500 guineas. Mr. !  G.  M.  Gibbs went to 480 guineas for  he grey  mare Oie. which it  will be  remembered was second at the Royal J  Cardiff  Show,  1919.       At 440 guineas '  Lord Minto secured Neronde, a grey )  mare by Jack, the property of Messrs.  H.   and   J.   Drage.     By   private   sale, |  Mrs.   Emmett     secured     Negation, a  seven-year-old grey mare, due to foal :  at the end of February, at  ������400. She1  is by Gogel, and but of Jericho.   This  mare has  already  done very  well   at '  the French shows in 1919.    The same  lady also acquired   Nemesis, another  seven-year-old,   by  Javelot,  at   ������450. !  This mare possesses the right blood,  and should dc we!! at English shows, '  Other    chief    prices    and    purchases j  were:��������� j  Thc property of Messrs. H. Overman ���������  - and T.  L. Wickham-Boynton:       ,  Mares  Notoriete, 1913. s Jean-qui-  I , Guineas  1     rit���������H. Sidebottom ... 400 $1,600  Navrante, 1913. s Jack���������H.  Sidebottom ; ,   . .     ; ..  ..  290    1,160  Pincee, 1915, s Languier���������  H   Sidebottom 180      720  Pass������rinette,   191, c  Inster  ���������f.   Cook .350    1.400  Quadrille,   1916,  s   Larpent  ���������Lord Minto 500   2,000  Quossue, 1916, s Japan���������R.  E.  Parker   ..   .. 200      800  Quonquitine, 1916. s Mercy  ���������G. M  Gibbs     95      380  Grey Fillv, 1919, s Oremus  ���������B. W. Handy     65      260  Stallions  Parbleu, 1915. s Japon���������H.  H. Trueman 135       540  Poilu, 1915, a Kwju���������G. C.  Wylie 180      720  The property of Mr. G. Powell:  Rincense,   3   yrs.,   s   Lucu-  mon���������J. Chivers     310    1,240  Quaste. 4 yrs., s Inster���������G.  C. Wylie   .... .     .320   1,280  Oxe, 6yrs��������� s Juvenal���������Lord  JLPItO A -mZJXJJL A    A-ZdA JL*  or Straagl-ss its stallion*, breo-a taares. colts z~~ all -ether* i* ttaett  destructive.~ Tbe germ cau-eing disease must be temo-ed from  the body ot the anim������L *To prevent the trouble the sssis Bjusi  be  done.  SPOHN'S   DISTEMPER   COMPOUND  will   do   both���������cure   the   sick   and   prevent   those   "exposed"   from  bavins the disease      So'.d  by "your drug-fist.     Spoha Medical  Co.,  Mfrs.,   Goshen,   Ind..  U.S.A.  BAR U AND NAMAKA FARM PERCHERONS  The largest stud of th. Pure-bred Percheron������ tn the Wcrtd. The first Percheroa-  breeding Farm Established in Canada. The only firm on tha American contitiMt  from   which   British  horsemen   have -selected   Percheron   breeding   stock   to  establish  ^.00..0tm      -���������       Ty���������Zm,. I_ , ���������  ���������BkKua    im     Xmx x-mix-.  Do not let tho British breeders come to Canada and carry off all our best foundation stock. Co not be satisfied -with the cheap cull stallions brought is* by irresponsible dealers and stallion pedlars from the United States, when you can buy tho  best individuals of the'best breeding raised right here in Alberta by men that havo  been in the breeding business for 25 years, and expect io remain fa the business.  We have seventy-four head of Pure-bred Percheron Stallions of our own breeding now  on hand to select Irons. Vou can see their sires and dasas. and if yon cannot choosa  one from the lot to suit yoii we will give you every assistance in our power. Write  for prices or come to Calgary, Alberta, and we will meet you'and show you the stock  at any time.���������Address:  GEORGE LANE, CALGARY, ALBERTA  ~V  FARMERS   BREED   PERCHERONS  The only breed of draft horses ever shipped back to England from  Canada for breeding purposes were Percherons.  The greatest breed of draft horses in North America are Percherons.  The safest investment in draft horses today is Percherons.  A profit to own���������-A pleasure to handle.  You will make no mistake in your horse breeding this year if you use  a Percheron sire.  WRITE FOR INFORMATION AND LITERATURE  Let us put you in touch - with  the best Canadian Percheron Breeds.  Mention this paper -when writing.  The Canadian Percheron Horse-breeders' Association  Wiiiiam A.  Wiiison. Secretary, Caigary, Alberta  Western Canada Is  E-x-nertmff New Settlers  ������������������������������������������������������     ���������     ������������������   ��������� m-mrn,        _-----  or 30 feet from a standing start.  England was divided into counties  by King Alfred, but some of the counties bore their present names a century earlier.  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.  Panhandle Pete: "What were the  knights of the bath?"  Side .Door Sam: "If my memory  serves me right, 'twas Saturday, was  it not?"  Minto  340    1,320  The property of Messrs G, and J.  Drage: ���������"���������*  Mart's  Oil?, 1914. s Tuddus���������G. M.  Gibbs  '..   '. 420   1.680  Neronde, 4  yrs.,  s  Jack���������  "Lord  Minto   ..   ...... 440    1,720  Stallion  Ombrieu.   1914,  s   Kagot���������  Mr. Fenwick 200      800  ���������Taken   from the London Livestock  Journal, January 23.  1920.  Large Exodus Ia Coming From tbe  Other Side of The  Line  An unprecendented number of farmers from the United States are intending to settle in Western Canada during the present year. Onc of the  chief factors that is responsible for  the large exodus from the other side  of the line is the present exchange  rate. It may not be generally known  that American farmers, by availing  themselves of the present rate of exchange, can save at least the first  twelve months' expenses on their land.  This has been the primary factor in  inducing many of these settlers to  make up their minds right away,  hence the prospective record business.  One man in Montana a short time  ago, in order- to be sure of reaping  the benefit of the exchange rate, forwarded $6,000 to a friend here for investment in Canadian bonds..  wvdiid nc  EIOQ**  CHILD'S LAXATIVE  Look at tongue!  Remove pol������  sons from tittle stomach,  liver and bowels  $m00V&ZSJ&CZ&*\JV&  at all Times  F  Oil more than three generations the famous Silverplate  of William Uopera nnd hia Sen  has been giving constant satisfaction hy its beauty of pattern,  durability, imu l������i^M ������iu;;I:tj- -vr  craftsmanship.  When buying: tablcwnre, the  wise purchaser will consider  iliesc ihiiiK.'i carefully and ���������at--h.---.-t  the Silverplate v/Wvi. Rogers and  hit Son.  Mnife am! r.uur-uiteenl t>y  WM. UOGIiltS MFG. CO.  LIMlTl'tt  ~Xi..z:.-."..\ V.'.t-.r., O-'TM'.to  Cflie Silvcrplate of  ���������Ct^ ff iTri *2f Tf ���������    r���������  ~~ ���������   **S    li  r-tx    r-yr  rli .   -��������� rT, .        ._      .,         MH00H000    0-WWtl       0-rd" H   UK   HIT--'4/    0-f.      dXfXrf 4.JrX        H# fit H 'S&m**r''4  l-dm* -.JL-.l~v~4-4 0~~r   II   ~.>l~*> Xp -0 tt   *4.m   -Xt 4~L 4 X4*~i ~mj4 tAj^ tj ur -mx^.  \  l^^ft-**---*-it*<Thi^  X-m~mmt.iimmmimmt.Xmd'mmmtMixm.m.imtm. 1 ��������� *-"��������� "������  ~--^���������m-rv*--4m  Good Prospect for Corn Crop  Everyone with corns will be pleased  to know that Putnam's Corn Extractor is guaranteed .to cure hard, soft  or bleeding corns in twenty-four  hours. Painless and sure is Putnam's  Extractor, 25c at all dealers.  Minard's   Liniment   for   sale   everywhere.  No Consideration ������  .  First Engineer: "Well, Dan, we decided at the meeting last night to go  out on strike. Why wasn't you there?"  Second Engineer: "1 couldn't get  there'on account of the trolley strike.  Them trolley men ain't got. no consideration for the public."  Accept "California" Syrup of Figs  only���������look for the name California on  the package, then you are sure your  child is having the best and most  harmless laxative or physic for the  little stomach, liver and bowels. Children love its delicious /fruity taste.  Full directions for child's dose on  each bottle.    Give it without fear.  Motherl You must say "California."  The Prussian government    sank    &  bore  in   search  of  coal  near  Merse-  burg to a depth of 5.834 feet.  Italy's Peace Treaty Book-  Binding of the German Copy is o������v  Solid Black  Fifteen copies of the treaty of Versailles, one for each of the allies and  associated nations that affixed signatures to thc ratification of the document, have been distributed in- handsome bindings by the supreme council of thc League of Nations. On the  binding of each copy, excepting only  that of Germany, is a device or coat  of arms. The binding of the German  copy is solid black, without a mark of  any kind to relieve ita appearance of  gloom. The most ornate of ihe volumes is that of Italy. The device on  that of Czecho-Slovakia, the infant  among nations, consists of three plain  letters aud is the simplest of any volume, with the exception of Germany's.  Out of Seanon  Waiter: What was your order, air?  I'm sorry.to r.ay  I  have forgotten it.  Diner: I gave it so long ago I don't  remember, but I'll change it, for it  would be out of season now, anyway.  ���������Boston Transcript.  HII.dUD  ���������NrKnitir'Niii  nitnrtt am������  muhw roov  VETeftRZO  TrUI rinttlt ���������lllmr Uetmfuly IM., Iftaelliif OIimiiUi. mt  ���������*^l������r������0^lt^iei(IU������<^,^le^������jii)IOii'k,N_W.fc.JLeiniloti, Uag,  'n������ti\*'ii okN-i-UMV  MUl-u'rATIOM".  m.     mm. ~\m  wnAIn nil I n    Knit   Till  Ul.t-X liLXBlt* ~ttn\ian*HiOf.ty<-  Ineralimielrf for ilUfU.einor  llemei luuiorleiiii -orgtien.  5.'" i������iji.r������^?-'.'.-';;.ii'u ������~'j>ri^h*'?rii������!i5"'M!ii> "&r.  ���������~.pj~ix..~ijx)~. uu.. tS.w.s. ir-o-.u-j-'. aucr-.-.ii'i.  Keep Fit For Success In Lire  BY DIL JL D. B-IVBCOCK.  You can tako your boy and out of him mako anything you like ll  you can get him under Rood Bclf-diacipline. All roads aro open to tha  man who is strong and Qt. Undo Sam took "our bova"���������those alab-  Bided, Btooped. hollow-chcatcd youths���������and made of them vigorous,  .... .U    .1 0.,r,~tr,A      ...At    r. r. 4.v i *���������>    ������in rl    fry***"*- riLTrvl **������    VOtAn T(s\(**S    t.hft    ft rt/ll  V.Xjtt-iLXXJ d \r.LdfJX4X0f       ., Xr���������     ww ~    x.g.-      x w       ~~x..,.^-   -    - ^.  way! Train yourself and your children to take proper exercise,  drink plenty of water and keep the eyatcm clean. Your doctor will  tell you that anything from a common cold or headache to the moat  n(������rioi!B illmpts may rennlt from tho absorption of poisons in the  intCHtines.  The GrBt principle Io to keep tho system clean. Occasionally see  that the boy or girl, aa well aa yourself, hua an internal bath.  i- TwnTt K������. mWlt /vr*a*r*r n-51 or n t'ntr nill of Mnv-nnnln. nloin and ialuo.  which is sold by druKRiatii aa Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellete.  if a cold btartt* with a cough and it perdats, then -jomc local  treatment for thiu condition ehould h~ taken. A well-known alterative extract which has been on tho market for a great many yeara,  anil whlcU Uau Ueeu til^uiy louummcuucu sjy mum-ueiuj u* ������*-^������-->, ������-  Dr. rirrr,*'': Oo!,rJ'?!������ M*"^'***'*-' 1 )i������o.^v-������ry. Thin tonic compotinu ia  eompo'ned' of ������m oxtrflet-of rr,r.tr. nr.r4! hr?^-, ���������������������������th.out *!roHnl, nnd hun ~\  aoothtna effect upon the mucous membrane, nllaya the irritation and  re****- T*r"'*rniirt1A''������i������*r*i������*������*  ^.'ra*-������-'^-^.-~^.-~'.  w.    n.    u.    laoti.  M t  tUm*-~>  i   of the troublu���������tho HtuKuated or ���������DOtBouc'J blood.  ���������-r������ %rt ��������������� O ������ M    l-WMV       Ml      ������������������*���������.*������   I**!*-! ������������  ^s^mmmmw^s^m  w Wtfjiggafft ifi'fff W-ilffl.-fff iBg fw t-^w^WMff fmnttf*> mtm^mt^iimfmis^  #1l������INW'WW,W-������^l-rt'->ea'������>l'WrlW  lt*8&.i*#^4tSimm&l<lrii>^^ -V^fStfriilx rtt/^Sviiftt^S   W>������   4^-nl-tisAn^: talk vi&issmrji jusvus-rf  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C*  Subscription : S2 a year in advance,  S2-50 to U.S. points.  C. P. Hates, Editor and Owner,  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, MAR. 28  js~>S&esb S3a-a*a^sa-*rgigga-gfe.g- m.  t-m9,   *-9b4ktt9*~mt-w9mma m m9^m*-xmS-mm  Major Mallandaine's letter in  our issue of March 12th was most  timely���������insofar as it went���������and  on some has had the effect of  starting them thinking of the Valley's deficiency in other directions than a hospital.  Less than a month ago the question on many people's mind was  where to get the finance to launch  a much-needed co-operative library which is now made available  through wise provision recently  made by the provincial government.  Staring at least three school  districts in the face right now is  the problem of increased school  accommodation, whieh can best be  met by the provision of a central  consolidated school.  And with those who happen to  have paid the sum guaranteed the  Soldiers"7 Memorial about a "vear  ago this undertaking may safely  be considered a matter of some  public importance.  Within the last two months local organizations have named committees to search out and set in  order all the available data in  connection with rural municipal  government for this section. '  And it is not going too far to  say that right now the matter of  getting the authorities, both provincial and federal, busy on the  finish-up work to determine the  feasibility or otherwise of Kootenay Flats drainage is at a~stage  where united action by the whole  community would get the desired  action to shortly bring about a  verdict one way or the other on  this all-important project.  These are just   a   few   of   the  liroblems facing us that come to  us  offhand.    Undoubtedly there  are others of equal concern to the  districts or parties^directly concerned.  While there is no denying that  our needs are of some considerable proportion, it is comforting  to have the existing spirit of optimism prevalent, and still better is  the knowledge that we now have  an array of local organizations  whose combined effort should be  quite equal to the task of successfully tackling the various objects  above enumerated and any and all  others that have not as yet been  publicly disclosed.  In the Women's Institute, United Farmers, G.W.V.A. *s and the  Creston Board of Trade we have  organizations that very fully represent the varied interests in the  Valley. If each and all of these  will intelligently select a public  welfare committee, have its committee delve into the whole situation as it appears to them, and in  turn have a joint committee of the  four bodies prepare a united report and submit it to a citizen's  meeting���������or series of meetings to  be held in the different school-  houses in the Valley���������headway is  like to be made in overcoming  some of the handicaps under  which the Valley is attempting to  develop at the present time, as  well as taking timely action for a  future that is choke full of promise.  The reason we suggest action  of some sort being taken so as to  be able to present something definite when the citizens are gathered together is entirely due to our  experience here that after one  meeting enthusiasm begins to  wane and to get anywhere it will  be needful to strike���������-and strike  hard���������while the iron is hot. This  .same line of logic will apply to  our suggestion that simultaneous  action be taken on all our problems rather than trying to adjust  them one by one.  Without any cost whatever The  Review is prepared to do what it  can along the line suggested���������or  in any other likely direction���������but  let the move be made soon. An  early spring is upon us, and onee  May nappens along the proverbial  ���������'busy season" will be found all  too ready an excuse for delaying  action on some matters that really  should not be allow.ed to stand  over for a more convenient season.  &  The 1920 fiu outbreak has again  demonstrated that Creston never  does its best till it s knows the  worst. When it became apparent,  about three weeks ago, that tlie  situation was liable to get out of  hand, and the all too small corps  AVE AMD  PREPARE  Success generally comes to those who go looking for it, and the man with a substantial  Savings Account is always in a position i������  grasp good opportunities for investment or  advancement.  Save!    Open an account with this Bank, Hi  once.    Interest paid at current rate.  100  r*!K  OI*4  CA-NJ-YsAx  CRESTON BRANCH,  C. W. ALLEN,  MMMHBUHH  Manager.  wm~\  ���������uif ������8 Slid diip������S  a!on<4' with Tire Repairing material have advanced hut vve will sell  for   March   ai   old   prices.  tfl-UOMM  '! V(>n !*::*���������"' :\\\ ;!f! ?i:v- vi**!' v }>:>'} lilo"**" -',.\t <f<A '������!if' of  our Pon-npim; lilowOut. Hoots; it will bold tlio  lil'i- nl" r Im- t ii-e".  T  *������������������*'���������**���������- *������*'f**?!S -a***** *4*  LlfJLfi.H  ..���������������������������r*,*o  2Bcpartment of jFtaance  Bomtnion of Canaba  <������/&  Should be Filed  at Once!!  All persons residing in Canada, employed in Canada, or carrying on  business in Canada, are liable to a tax on income, as follows?  Every unmarried person, or  widoiv, or widower, without dependents as defined by the Act,  ~-ko during calendar year, 1919,  received or earned $1,000 or more.  CLASS 1  Forms to be used in filing  returns on or before the  31st of March, 1920.  "Trustees, executors, ad-  mfriftrators, agents and  assignees must use i* or ill  T3.      a  Employers making a  return of the names and  amounts paid to all directors, officials, agents or  other em* loyees must use  Form T 4.  Corporations and Joint  Stock compani-'s making a  return of all dividends and  bonuses paid to shareholders and members during*  1919, mu?t use Form T 5".  NOTE.���������Individuals comprising partnership must file returns in thc'.r individual capacity on Form T 1 or T 1 A.  PENALTY  Every person who is required  to mike this return, who fails  to do so within the time  limited, shall be subject to a.  penalty of S13..30 for each day  during which the default  continues���������and all such penalties shall be assessed an-'1  collected from the pe������-,son  liable tp m ke the return ih  the s-Ttme manner in whi h  taxes are assets'* 1 and col-  !e tad.  All other individuals,  who during calendar year  received or earned $2,000  or more.  Time Limit  All persons in  Class i, as  shown hereon, must iiie on  or    before     the  March, 1920.  Every corporation and  joint stock company, whose  profits exceeded $2,000  during the fiscal year ended in 1919.  disi.    of"  ���������   -  -        -    ~-~\4Um-7*->     *+--.      <J-~\  /HO    All    -**w*  All persoi  shown   hereon,   must file  en or before the 30th of  April, 1920.  General instructions  Obtain Forms from the  Inspectors o r Assistant  Inspectors of Taxation, or  from Postmasters.  Read  carefully all in-  truGtions on Form before  filling it in.  Pre-pay postage on  lett rs and documents forwarded by mail to .Inspectors of Taxation.  Make your returns  promptly, and  avoid  penalties  CLASS 2  Forms to be used in filing  returns on or before the  30th of April, 1920:  All individuals other  than farmers and ranchers  must use Form T 1*  X?d^tiStu,i^Ta\00r-   trtTmA   mrxmm jv\-dxmts  must use Form T 1 A.  Corporations and Joint  Stock companies must use  Form T 2.  PENALTY  Every person required to  make a return, who fails to do  so within the time limited,  shall be subject to a penalty  of twenty-five per centum  of the amount of the tax  payable.  Any person, whether taxable  or otherwise, who fails to  n������ake a return or provide  information' duly required  according to the provisions  of the Act, shaii be liable on  summary conviction to a  penalty of 9100.00 for each  day during which the default  continues. Also that any  person making a false statement in any return or in any  information required by the  Minister, shall be liable, on  summary conviction, to a  penalty not exceed ing $10,000,  or to six months' imprison -  | ment or to both   fine  and  j imprisonment.  Address of Inspector of Taxation for this District:  VANCOUVER, B.C.  R. W.  BREADNER, Commissioner of Taxation.  ���������  ��������� *"r        *   , I    X  r       i   .   ,   r , . v y f  *    t     i  V  y  Al.       ���������     '   J  . t.     ......        *���������  V    V     Irie  U-   I   e       I   .  S t i\. i. . *  t   I        '   .  , t    .   J  \ .,   . y  hi: \v.\\ ������������������ th'-   i *���������-[>: t !t-:   rt!n!  \\\\\ ywA \-,i nl <���������!'  our work  m;ins;!ii{-.  \V VO'' WANT A  F<������1M) :,,,,! rlou't hook  i-urlv don't,  e-H*"-'  n ���������  if \\i. (-������������������* i-not*  -.'iirmlv  IsiMt.  of volunteer helpers for in-the-  home nursing growing gradually  less, it was not long before a move  was made to open up and equip  as best as possible an emergency  hospital, the Methodist church being conscripted for the purpose,  and into which the patients that  had to have volunteer as well as  skilled help were moved.  With the hospital .open it was  possible not onlj** tb get along with  less help at one and the same time,  hut also to, in a measure, arrange  that thc willing ones would not  have longer than a ten hour shift  ���������something that was very much  the exception rather than the rule  in thc homes where the volunteer  help labored prior to the advent of  the lu'-pital.  In connection with the conduct  of the institution some of the ladies deserve special mention for  thoir arduous efforts both at fitec-  uring help ay vvell as provisions  for thc institution, and guaranteeing thc payment of all expense,  if need be. In addition to the  hard and not exactly pleasant  tasks imposed on Lhe volunteer  help, they also labored inconveniently, in that home duties had to  be neglected.  Both the patients und tlie community ������h a whole are greatly in-  1 dehted to tlio.se who so unselfishly  gave ol: their timo in an uncongenial though nii-reilnl ui'ioil.  As emphasizing thc urgent need  of u p-r-nnanent hospital it will not  1n> uni'iM'-' \n umiit out that in this  | I'nnTgcno.y the number offering  , l'oi' volunteer work was much  ''.mailer lhan during the outbreak  1 in tin- lull of 1.I1H.   If the faithful  1      ������������������ > ������������������ * ��������� 1   l,t*l\  |l*\V      WHO     Cllllie     MM'Will el     III      S.Ixj.J  ��������� lionld  t'nil t<������ ivimoimI in the next  e'l-i-i*' ���������*���������*,' On- ��������� ���������������t*i-I  wliiil   is likely to  , happen is'not pleasant t.o coniein-  Growers. Attention  We have already sold out IF YOU HAVE ANY |  our new shipment.     Place APPLES      ON     HAND  your orders for MEDIUM le                >t amouufc atld  KED and MAMMOTH im- . ,   . \,    ,..            .,   .  ,. A .         ���������        .    j./v. variety to the Manager that  mediately as there is ailn- J                      ������  oulty in  obtaining further he   mav  arrange   for   dls"  supplies. posal.  n  ���������S^i  i  XL  SjITOo&OSb  Huh   -uiwiTiT.^S  LIMITED  as*  -. l, ,j,.*.r- m in ii,iipr-ffir-eerii>r--ei  BANKING SERVICE  Tim Bank is more than merely a safe  place iu which to deposit money; it is an  institution whose purpose and policy is. tof  assist in the wise direction of the financial  and business interests of its customers.  'PIir;**���������**��������� "y,,r- .va^/--* fisW iic-** of tb-*/* ovrf-*n-  tional facilities provided hy this Bank extend  thc range of their business possibilities. A,A  FHE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  ~  ���������^r-ciT-nw  auto &, ������;itppiv  '���������r-r^rfia.   X. J0~Jt0mJ     40.       T���������~-   X     '. X.     mm   'x^J        00 x~r xmr-  I ���������r      . '  ���������        4.        i      T-  \\. S.  r.i'A'AM, Manner.  r*.*.,*.u   Mi*:,   tll.it    liJ.-'ih   ytv.ilVov.-A:  I'e-iil lei mi will (-loin*, ut, ii oV.lwi-.lt. eacSi  M    ������  veuiillii,    i������>    lilil'i     <(������     1111;    ir.;'i,������ -.;    l...!..  -    ..,(.,.,1,,,,,..-,,  PAID-UP CAPITAL.  RESEPA'E FUND  CHKSTON BRANCH, C. O. Bennett, Manaucr.  3>I*>,UUU,UUU������  $15,000,00(1  ���������fc-WrtlWWlnwiiJiOi-MiH'������> ii\TnMii\.mv*i-mii~. mum  *mm-mt)*itm4~*mai  fi HA-t*t ���������������-,, mtut Mif, #,  v<i^ii^<H^Vf������m^i.*mf44Mxm4mtimi  >������-^.'������!*)-*r.t.^?t*"--':*r^-J>\������i������^*K-T"^"^x,  m  iims\>mmii\mmm\mi\inmnr]i rm
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Lawns? Voiles,   Crepes
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If you are needing
in* Mtweeiir Crkntfrdbk- and-Me'-ai-
of the Gannon Local cin?"^%lT^s cb^n^ce ^We-ats^
of the United Farmers last month
Director A. Bo Swanson submitted a proposition for still farther extending the.-local's;- -effort, and in a direction that at once appealed to all.
The matter was introduced by Presi
dent Wood���Mr. Swanson being unable to attend���and came before the j
Greeting as a letter, as follows:
We have for some time watched the
movement off the United Farmers in
the province to the east, aud at last
the work is* being extended into our
own province..,:.The spirit is catching
in both sparse and. thickly settled
communities alike. It is getting to be
a realized fact that it is no longer a
privilege but a necessity.
There are many benefits arising from
the movement and ��� undoubtedly the
crystallization of this desire, which is
felt widely, will create a stronger and
healthier : community spirit.   The inroads- that have been made, and are
still being made, by agencies that work
for the disruption of community life in
the  -rural centres,,   haye -   challenged
men and women to seek some method
of. preserving, community identity in
the face of great odds.     The desire of
boys and? girls, to leave home at an
early age and seek positions in - the
cities and towns-^fche-growing dislike
tfxxTv f-.Vto ���neii-Sot*. -mf-nciii-l-a fv-P   or-.?*!��*�����)�������������*���/ 1i*Fp���.
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videa'm^tUEiaSjotr^jSTve -yenrsrsgO} ;���..
- -WiUow-Point=Wom*8n!s,.Institate .are.
after .the p.P.R. for a reduced rate on
thes return $rlp from -there to Nelson.-'
Ther'Slis1 a' prospect bl thfe mortgage
on: the-fall fair grounds at Gtand
Fork^Seitite'-tdreclQBed.*:-* It-amounts to
$4,000*^. The city; council will likely he.
approached to purchasei the! grounds
to save the day.     . "-1   --���-������
- .   '.������'J-ri'i', I-  ' >.T.      :���}'     *\.-..t.   ���"*    ,.  ''   .   -  ���.'
Cran-brook is-enjoying its due share
of the nrevailin-ar prosperity. During
the ^itieni^;^emdein'ie ;bnljr? 5 -homes
needed tempora^-y- assistance ,aad put
two .destitute; families^ have been discovered- all winter.
*.   *'���       '���tL.i'x.        s't\-     -       dr-      fi.j     "��� . j - '.'���   * Z .. .   '
NakuspP is t-o" he electrically lighted by. the middle of - the sumnier.The
light- wfll cost at a rate of $1.50 for
four 'tfg&tsr iii' residences. r Arrange^:
meilts ^e 'Mng made-'-ta" light- the
town s*��tfee^'r'S��'well-. '..*-* ���--     r	
Strawberry Plants
. McKi id's Special. Everbearing planted in-April or* early May will iruit in
from eight to ten weeke-i and continue
to '���ripen,* the most delicious of; all
Strawberries until hard frosts in the
Tate fall. ' _ __
: These, BerHes w-ere* serf ed -to i3.vjti.5-t-
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XIXAXS     JL Xttit-vr    VAX      V. VXXVJxV    XViV    Xr%-XfL,XXX JT.    XXXAXX
were highly commended by him for
their-excellent flavor.
- 2Br-pl~li.tS�� prepaid,H2.W.
-100 plants "f $6.00.
1'JQO ���-*- ?��.*��� hy express--^.00
- 'i *W. J. McKIM, Nelson, B.C.
At a citizen's meeting at Grand
For&s a few days ago it was decided,
if:ffaance%e*rtn1ts,'td tiavfe the soldiers
mentcfrial; take; pe shape^ of an;audi-
toriijm .-attached , to -*:he new high
school! whiM would jitso be avaitahle
for^^%-:w:v":Av ufes;. ' Tfeevcost' wpul'd he'
w \i.
a-taxm* k axm
..-.^���JJlj-'j-: acioiirtft
\tlTWff-0\S m VlnnfflTBCICI
now is the time to buy
We have just  unloaded a  car
of these at Crestoii
W-~- 5 QJBB xV--$ ~mxm-~.i*ix~i~
the far-off lure of the bright-lighted
city and the up-to-dateness of the urban community; all these and other
agencies, too ���, numerous to mention
have.-their disquieting influences on
the life and aims of the boys and girls
of country. An organization such as
we have-in the United Farmers can go
a long way toward making the rural
districts more attractive to the youth,
and in this way satisfy bis growing
The past years of trial haye torn
asunder and scattered to the winds
the ambitions and ideals of generations, and brought us face to face with
new problems. We of mature years
cannot hope to se-fir conditions altogether remedied during our time and
our only hope is in the coming generation applying themselves to the wise
cultivation, of our fans lands. Our
-national character will be determined
by the kind of men and women we
haye working our farms and Hying in
the country towns and villages.
I sincerely adyocate, injecting into
the working programs of all United
Farmers' locals anything and everything that will materially benefit the
boys and girls in developing the at
home and g<-t-together spirit, making
each one a unit of united action.* As
the youth developes into manhood and
-womanhood*, they, will,be.well-balanced characters, prepared to think and
act, fpy themselves.
The meeting unanimously endorsed
thft* proposition* and>.will incorporate
it their scheme of operation-s.,
-      D/V'-ERS/OW AND USE
Take /notice that "C. D.~ Ogilvie,
who^e address is ^Wynndel,. 'B.C., will
apply> f or^st �� license ��� -to take and use 75
gallonsiper m��n��te of-water out of;a
spiking to be known as iJ-eer Spring,
};ioca*ced^ah6ufclwij feet from "Ihe'N.Wi
The"residence  of S:  Graham,  of  corner- of -Blckik; 18, liot'279,   Gory's
Subdivision, in a northerly direction
up ,09, the side of Daek Creek Mountain." "The water will"be di-verfed ftona
the'-sppiBg *i*r^- wooden -or iron-pipes
along the boundary:: line of "BiocKs 23.
and 8^. atid Bl��Ssks 26 and 19 to the
nocih^est corner .o| BJpek 18, Lot 270,
Cory's Stibdiyisi'dhi and'will: bemused
for irrigation and-domestic--purposes
on- BWckyJB, ��ot-,27p, -Gory's Subdivision^   Xiiis notice was" posted on the
gr-oifu4"��s*-  the "2Sth day of February,
1920;   A^'copy of this; notice and an
application '' pursuant thereto -and to
the Water Act. 1914, will he filed in
the office of the Wate-jf-.J^ecprder at
Nelson.    Ohjectibn#tdTKa'e appiicatioii
may-be filed with the said Water-Re-
cordep; or with-tJie   Gomptroller of
Water Bights, Parliament .Buildings,
Victoria, B.C., 'within fifty days after
the' fu^ta^pearaficeo'f this notice in a
local, hewspaper. LThe date of-the first
appearance of this'notiee is March 12,
1920. CI). OGILVIE, Applicant.
Fernie, was entered' .recently and 53
bottler of" ^coteir/ whiskey stolen: :T3i^
theft'*was;trac-ed to-three" young lads��
who in turn admitted they had sold:
it Jo a garage man, while a search of
the garage 'man-s- residence secured
most'of the-stolen product.
TA!cGOi'diftfe to a recent' religious census it would appear as^ if Kaslo had a
popuiatton\"of' abour S00.,*.. A q.uar-ter:Gf
thei-a. are Preshytsria-ns with the,
Methodists .next and the Anglicans
third, ii residents claim to belong
to iixe church ih the home, and there
are but twd.agnostics listed. .
; Cranhfobk eouncil has legislated
that, wo men. who pay a special tax of
$2 per'annum * maV 'vote: "at city elections iii the future. It is, estimated
that if .all. the women took advantage
of the "provision. * they "could elect a
council of their own���prvided they all
voted a solid'ticket, of; course.
The "dummy* policemen that have
hitherto decorated the streets of Penticton witfiaa':"*'view> 'to reminding **auto
drivers Of" the penalties  accruing if
the speed limit is exceeded are tb be
removed-   It was found the wooden
bobbies, were too light tor the job and
thiB*:'c6uncil;r.e|used tb buy another-set
of iron, construction.* -   .*
land kt\ %MM\m\\\%
Just received a con-
:-: signnient of:'-z.'p
Pickled Herring
ib Ur \\
Dr. Fergie, Cranbrook's brand new
dentist, will open for business this;
.week..     ':��� ���    .. ,..'���
James McNicholas is Fernie's new
fire chief, at a stipend of $125 a!
-month.' t ''..'"
A two year-old girl of Walter Woodr
house of "Fernie fell into a tub of
scdldmg hot. water on�� day last week,
dying..after ten hurs of the most ter-
riblo suffering.
The Courier hoars that Alberta
stocltmpn arp taking out., penn,its, to
graze 14,000 head of cattle and about
100,000 sheep in the; Cranbrbbk disi
tribt this season. ', i
PeiUicton will havo a 4G mill tax
rate this ;*ear.    Incrennf-d pchnoi  do-
mahds and a", ten por cent raise in civic .'salarios, ave in, a "measure rospone-
Blblo for tho boost,
A BtJllcvuc rtinidont who recently ad1
opted jiovpn chlldron. of his docoasod
Blstor has just lost his own wife and
Is how a widowor with a family of
fourtoon chlldron on his hands.
It in figured that thoro aro at loast
400 returned aojdlorn In tho territory
around Cranbrook. Tho G.W.V.A. in
asking  tho  city council  for a grant
ui -J1CC0 to cixvry on with thin ycav.
Pornlo   candy  otore   koopovri  h'avo
boon Junt notified that ealori ot candy
on Sunday inuul bo lluiiLinl uliicUy io
***   , -r r ���*
LUejyu    Ui.vU   ..iv    .,.\y.   v.,ti*.n    .,rj     c��iv      e*'����
chnnor while In tho Htoro promln-.,.
Tho Kootenaian ohsorvoB that nlnco
ICiuilo nclioolH havo rouumod opora-
-ilonn after a nhutdown dun to tho flu,
tho ynunRBtorn about town appoar to
\\<\ rthoiil '?. lior <-(>nP Mt>i\r\ory Us np-
Fernlo  hi connldbrlng tho  purchatio
0 1 01   ���        1 ....    *.. ,0    11   e   .    I . .    .1 r, .:   .
I   WA-     ..     .ir
it  will
x.l.\y.y-. 1:.qy:.<j: r-'.oru: with an
turn ol uhnuL ~i,(i(lb. u yeirii*
und iiluK'liut;.
Just the things for
spring eating.
Wynndel, B.C.
Is there any
Meat in the
This in tho ihat question that presents itself
to tho houfiowifo if an
unexpucted victor drops
in for a meal. But why
Shamrock Brand
Hams and Bacon
Finest  Quality
Cooked Ham
Lunch Meat
do avvay with tho koopiug or
arc iilwayH t���� hi- hm\
here. In mwitn nothing
(inltii cqualii '.Shauu-ock'
& GO., Ltd.
Minimum price of..first-class land
reduced to -*>5 an acre; second-class to
$2.1$.fiacre....;,..-    ,t   ���.,.....    ...��    ..
, . Pre-emption - now  confined  to sur-
���veye*-lands-> only.
Reacords^lU- be granted covertng only
land suitable for agricuiturai purpos-sa
and which Is -non-timbei-- land.
sa-.Pja^uerscit'ft -pre-emptions abolished,
out parties of. not niore than four may
arrange r-A~tL -adjacent pre-emptions .
^i|J��vioUit- residence, -.but each making
Hecessss-y. improvements on respective
rP\x\*irvxv 1 --J **_V...-..':_,   ..*.*.  *'.' - -   .      ;
Pre-emptors must occupy claims tea?
five years and make improvements* to
vaiii*-ri���^?��l0rp^i- acre.' including-- cleaiv
in��5 aneCcultlyatiohoi at least 5 acres.
Deeiore-rebeivuiK Crown Grant.
.iisWhjere pre-emptor in occupation not
less than .3 years, and has made pro-
portioBate improvements, he may, be-
. cause of. OJ-health, or other cause, be
���granted intermediate certificate of improvement and transfer his claim.
Records without permanent residence may be issued, provided applicants makes jimppQvemea*^ tP-T-osteat o*
J.BflQ jiw-^nuiq -and records rsame each
<y*ear.- -Failure to makfe improvementa
or record same will operate as for- '
.XeJture. >. Tlfto cannqt he obtained-in
l(^~$&&& ?** *ears. And.rimprovenxenS
���������QJv-Hft'OO- per- acre, inclvdlng 6 acres
^cleared and cultivated, and residence
of at least 2 years are required, fe
v,.P^e-jemptor. .holding  jfoovm..  grant
may rQqord another pre-emption, if he
requires.,lard in.-conjundtion-^with hla
���fornv without actual occupation, pro-
rvlded rptatutory. Iraprpvemonta mado
���and r-ssidenco matntalhed oii Crown
���granted l&nd.       . ... ^
"Unsurveyed areas, not ex-qeedlnc 20
SS?*83/   Kiayk. be . {eased as homesites;
��..-���-? bo ootalnod after fulfllll-njr rcsl-
���JJ^nsjftl.arRa |��prftvewe!>t,'i!i"��!4'tioRs.
.>-.:ire>r mraxtns-and Industrial-purposes
.Areao ^xceedlnK.,.B.��o   acr��a..may   b��
leased <by. one person or-company.
.'WlU,^factoryi or .Industrial -sites on
tlmbeit;4n��d   notM<��tceedlnBr   -iff acres
RJ'T'b-" ryn*.m*vnmm*. r.rxWAISlrtrt%^���Zi\,MJI���
-? NttA^i��l hay., meadows inoccoaalble
*.*>y cvxlHtlner roads may be purchased
conditional upon construction of a road
���to theur- Rehato of ono-half of coat of
���rojjt-3, toot oxcoodlng hahT of purchase
prlco, ia mado. *.**������     ���,<>-.
^ ACT.
The m��ne of this Act is enlarged to
Include all persona joining and iiorv-
lntf witlx Hlu Majesty's Forcoa.    The
timo within which tho holm or dovlaeea
of a deceased pre-oraptor may apply
for title und��r thla Act la extendod
from for quo y��jur (nam Uut dwuih orf
-�����uch.P'W<ion,.|ui, formerly,   until  one
.year after the, conclusion of iht* nrie����n��
j'~T.    THJis. privlleso la alaot made re-
No feen relatlnfir to pre-emptions are
duo or payabJo by soldfera on preemptions recorded, af tor June tn, 1018
Taxo�� h** i-^nilttod for live we��V.
Provlolon for return of monoyiTac-
��-�����a��'���*����� nn& ����oon paid nlnce Auiru'it
4, Uli,. 00 aocount of payments, fees
or taxes 6n noldlcra' pro-omptlonn.
Intereat on u-fre-Amonts to purchaae
town or oltv loin held hv m-imh��rte e>r
AUI��<1 lo-orcett, or dopendentn. ncaulred
diroct or indirect, remitted from enlistment to March 81. 1920.
v LAN Da.
���Provtfllon m-T.dfl for f-,--,j��r.., 0��
Crown KmntH to auh-purchaViora or
Crown I^nelH, a^ulrlntr rlwhtu from
purchauwru who failed to oompleta
purchaiwe. Involving forfeiture, on ful-
SUKcnt et co:;d!t(cAu of pmclu-o. in-
t*r*��il mm. tntrmx.    \K'itr.n. .ntS..r���,.A,...
vf*! t~. i~\ji. cUuu ^lii'lo 0/ oriicii-ul !>*�������-
em.. Tsur-e-hxtttti price due arid <��*<����� nmv
bo dtatrlbutcd pro*x*rtle>iiut��ly ovor
whole *r*a. Applications must be
made by May I. mo.
UrnxtnK Aci. Jwlli. for wyetematlo
dwvet-lopti'.'bnt of llvtwutocU luduntry pro-
vi.t-ju. ttit ui-ix~U,u .ll��,in�� in und rum:,)
admlnluiratlon un<l��M- CommlnHlotiff-
Annua! rru-elnic ponnlt�� IhjsuivI biumd
on numbern ranir-i'd; priority for eu-itul-.-
llHVt<rr-l'l reer^rtr,,,.^,, ^ * , ,f\r . t\,. . ��� 0 m,., .........
form A-sMiolatlouu for ��auu��.- -.--���-.mkir-.*'.
ni-ftnl. ^ ****, or jmrtlntly frnu, pfriultu
yyi ^ i,~x jf--0 J,:   '...L-.l-x. x,   L,.     t'Lxxty'i.yL,,,    yi^i
LU    W.4    ^.^tr->-���� t rn  THE     BEVtI���������:  F^TOXV     B.     C.  mmmmsmsg  -Mltl^-rilJ  5ssi-.Bo.fc, b-acaus������ they hav������ proved  tk&t it does -what ts claimed for it.  Miss 53. I*. Doxey, graduate nurse,  9f S220 Michigan Ave.. Chicago.  says: ul hav* & patient "sfdo suffered tan-inly -with piles. Zam-Buk  to the only remedy that gave her  gwltof.  "I Jxave -a-aed Zam-Buk myself  for the same ailment, also for sores  and burns, and have the greatest  ���������sost-Msnc������ Isn it.*"*  Use Baby's Own  Soap, It's "Best  for Baby ���������Best  for you".  Cleansing���������Healing���������Fragrant  r-iHwrtSoapa Limited, M*Txs., Moatr-jal.  ������2-3  Thi  e isnsmess  The approach of spring, with the  renewal of Nature's activities after the  long rest of winter, inevitably leads  also to a renewal of man's activities, | machinery,   farm   necessaries  of  six or seven months of the year he  must, of necessity, cam sufficient to  carry him through his winter months  of idleness, or find other employment  at a time when work is difficult to  secure. The city worker engaged in  the building trades must earn and lay  by during the months of building activity a reserve fund to support himself and family during the winter  when he cannot secure work, or can  only do so by moving elsewhere at  great expense and inconvenience to  himself and family.  So, too, in the accumulation of supplies of materials of all kinds. These  things, so essential to the doing of a  maximum amount of work during the  seasonable months, can only be assembled during the winter at a heavy  [cost of interest on money thus invested, insurance, storage, and transportation charges paid out. The net  result is, of course, that there is frequently a shortage of supplies in the  months when they are wanted, and an  inevitable increase in the cost of work  done owing to delays in securing requirements, and in the" expense of  handling rush orders.  These are annually recurring difficulties against which the people of the  West have to contend. They probably affect the city employer and employee more directly than they do the  farmer, but they react upon him and  serve to intensify his problem of how  to increase production of foodstuffs,���������  for which the whole world is crying,���������  and yet do so at a cost which will  yield him a fair margin of profit on  his labor and outlay, and not result in  actual loss.  Western Canada farmers are already preparing for active farm operations. A demand for farm help is  reported by the Government employment offices throughout the West.  Most farmers are anxious to crop  every possible acre of land. They  want to increase production. But  many of them are in a quandary. They  are fearful whether the costs of labor,  all  With  EGYPTIAN LINIMENT  bos bale by all Dealers  Douglas  &  Company.  Napanee. Ont.  sell them. If the farmers of Western Canada couid produce facts and  figures of their business, as Eastern  manufacturers and other business men  can, he would be in a position to influence the enactment of much of the  remedial legislation he now demands,  but which at present he can only support by  very  gencrad   statements.  A CirM At? ANAEMIA  especially in the lines of productive  effort. In some countries climatic  conditions permit of year-round agricultural work with a rotation of crops,  and such climates also make possible  the carrying on of out-of-door work  of all kinds. This, however, is not  true of Western Canada, where the  major activities of both Nature and  man are sharply divided by the seasons���������a long period of rest and recuperation during the winter, and a  time of activity during the late spring,  summer and early fall months far  surpassing that known in more southerly  climes.  And what is true on thc farm is  true in the cities and towns of the  Weal. Ir. other provinces and countries industrial activity is maintained  throughout thc winter in factories and  shops, but in the less industrially org-  ������nir*d West hundreds of workmen  who are busily engaged in the summer are largely idle throughout the  winter. T!-,o en Tying on of building  operations, r -*.:>.���������! r.r.el railway construction, arid out-of-door work of all  kinds, will not more than eat up any  profits that may accrue to them from  enlarged   operations   in   the  work  of  r J JS.. rxXZrx~.  lOIJU      Ml-JUULLlCu,  A difficulty with which most farm-  mjm"  ers fina themselves confronted is a  lack of data upon which to arrive at  any conclusion. Unlike the city business man, the average farmer does not  keep books. He cannot teii from  what phase of his farm operations in  past years he made money, or where  he lost money. There are leaks in his  business, just as there are in everv  business, but the city merchant has a  means of finding them out and stopping them, while the average farmer  has provided himself with no means  of locating them.  About to start on a new year of  activity, the farmer of Western Canada should realize that the day of  guesswork in carrying on farm operations is ovcr, justas truly as it passed long ago in connection with other  businesses. The farmer must know  what it costs to raise a crop, and he  must make his buying and selling a  : :y ai a standstill foi- five business proposition. He should start  tno-ths   o:   v.\*   y~nr. his  1920  operations  with   a  clear  de-  Th-tsr ar- {-sc-A cMiditions well termination to find out exactly where  know, to r.:-fry''.,r,t\yt but people arc,his business stands, if for no other  frequently i. li: -.1 to overlook their ] reason than that he will thereby have  slgniftr.ar.cr ir; the orgretiizidi'-.n of j something to guide him a year hence,  thtir bv.si:-.'������������������ ���������;-j ."..���������-.'ivitics, and in deal-I Wise legislation may assist prospering with c?.or.'Mni--. problcn.*- e*. on front- ity, but it is not possible to legislate  Ing them. 'il:'*'-- conditions have a ; prosperity, nnd the farmer should, so  direct be:*������������������ r��������� *..;���������; on i..e**th i';,r:.i ;ind city far as is humanly possible, place him-  iabor, o:: ���������������������������������������������?;?: <PuwjjP iy ilu- \\'.,r- -self in a position to know and si/.r tip  ker������, on thr purr, ]������������������.���������-.���������* and tr.-.r* -porta������������������ ,.his market, just as the merchant  tion of all hinds of m.-eieri-l. If the | knows what his goods cost him and  Iiii ���������:(! ���������-:���������:������������������'    ���������   .!-���������* i- - Mr,,-t;.;c! f. ���������.'*���������.;'_,''the   price  at   which   he  can  afford  to  To Have Good Color and Health the  Blood Must Be Kept Red  And Pure  Many women who had good color  and bright eyes in their girlhood grow  pale and colorless and lose much of  their charm when they become wives  and mothers. Why is it' When the  fading color in the cheeks and lips is  accompanied by a loss of .brightness  in the eyes and an increasing heaviness, in the step and a tendency to  tire easily, the cause is to be sought  in the state of the blood.  Many causes may contribute to the  condition of the biood known as anaemia.       Care of  the  home, overwork,  lack  of  outdoor  exercise,  insufficient  rest   and  sleep,  improper  diet,  are a  few of them.    The important thing is  to restore the blood, to build it up so  that the cdlor will return to the cheeks  and lips, brightness to the eyes, and  lightness   to   the   step.     To   do   this,  nothing can equal Dr. Williams Pink  Pills.    They begin at once to increase  the  red   corpusles  in   the  blood,  and  this  new   blood  carries   strength  and  health to every part of the body.   The  appetite improves, digestion becomes  perfect, and  energy and ambition return,    it roof is given in the statement  of Mrs. Alex.     Archambo,    Cornwall,  Ont., who says:���������"Two years ago my  health began to fail.    I was suffering  from headaches, pains in the back and  sides, and a  constant  tired out  feeling.     1   had  used  a  lot  of   medicine,  but instead of it helping me I seemed  to   be   growing   weaker.     My   friends  urged me  to   try  Dr.  Williams  Pink  Pills,   and   while   I   felt   disheartened  at   my   experience  with  other  medicines, I decided to do so._  To my great  joy I soon found the pills were helping  me,  and   their  continued  use for  a   time  fully   restored   my   health.     I  feel   that   I   would   be ^ ungrateful   if  I did not give my experience with Dr.  Williams Pink Piiis, in the hope that  it   may   point   the   way   to   health   to  some   other  poor  sufferer."  pr. Williams Pink Pills can be obtained through any medicine dealer,  or may be had by mail, post paid, at  50 cents a box or six boxes for $2.50  from The Dr. Williams Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  Briquette Plant  Being Installed  Fresh  Step  in  the  Development of  Lignite Fields in Saskatchewan  Considerable progress is now being  made with the instalment of the plant  for the making of briquettes at Bsen-  fait, near Estevan. Tenders are now  being called by the Dominion government for the erection of the new  buildings at Hudson  Bay Mine.  The erection of the pklant will be  proceeded with as early as possible  in the spring for the lignite utilization  board. It is the intention of the  board to have lignite briquettes on  the market by August. The plant will  cost in the neighborhood of $400,000.  The construction of the plant at  Hudson Bay Mine Is the first step  in the development of the lignite  fields of Saskatchewan, which, tt t3  stated, will give winter employment  to hundreds of people in the province.  SCBATIGA  Would you be rid of thmt  sickening pain���������that ane-rp  kntfe-llke thrust along -*&���������  sciatic nerve-course st  every movement? Thou-  asaas hare found lasting  selief ia  Templefon's  sgiiiggtii%  Qapsuies  Many doctors prescribe  them.  Writ������ Temulutotu. 143  King St. W., Toronto, tot  free sample.  Sold by reliable druggists ao  everywhere for 81.04. s~~  ASTHMA  T  Sending Cotton Back Home  Every Man for Himself Means  Trouble for Everybody  A British firm has returned to the  United States 3.000 bales of cotton to  avoid the loss which would be sustained when it changed Its British for  American paper to make the payment.  -|^f  ������. |U * ��������� ** "It 1 rl  x\oLiiiiif-T-, mors ircn.es. ������ias Happened  in our economic history, says the New  York Globe, which adds: "Thc rules  of the game have begun to play havoc  with our social arrangements. Every  man for himself means trouble for  everybody. Are the exporter in  America and the importer in England  to fight a silent duel to decide who  must move first and take the loss on  exchange? If so, we "have a last convincing proof that whatever altruism  there was in our part in the war has  been forgotten, and that we are out j  to squeeze Europe dry while the con  tinent is helpless."-^  u'*miMei;o*a**������ raz-mmh 0������,p-  ByJ&S. S^S guaranteed to relieve  ASTHMA. Don't suffer another day.  WriteTempletons. 142 King St.  W., Toronto, for freeaample.  Reliable druggists sell them at  81.04. a box. tit  fnr nrnmnt r*?uUa-   With   th*  lowered *���������*���������  strength and vitality of age they realize  more than ever before the importance  of having Gray's Syrup on hand for  immediate use. -as  Yfeajr always buy (ha Large Sis*  Montreal    D. WATSON & CO..   New York i  s>  British Sewing Machines and Typewriters  One of thc British manufacturing  developments delayed by the war was  the production of a new type of sewing machine. Already, however, large  numbers of these British-designed and  British-built machines are on the market. A stiii more notable development  is the mass production of typewriting  machines by more than one British  firm. It is expected that the appearance of this supply will have a very  marked effect on markets for these  machines in all parts of thc world.  "I know a man who always gets  more game than he wants when he  goes   hunting."  "How is that?"  "He is generally hunting trouble."  GETS YOUR HAIR  Let "Danderine" check nasty  scurf and stop hair  falling out  New Dress lor Old  With Diamond Dyes  Women Can Put Bright, Rich Color  in Shabby, Faded Garments  Don't worry  about  perfect  results.  New Telephone Building for Calgary  The Alberta government has closed a contract for the erection *at Calgary of a reinforced concrete warehouse and office building for the telephone department. Thc cost will be  $67,000. The building will have two  storeys and basement, and is being  built strong enough to carry a third  storey.    ,.  To stop falling hair at once and rid  the scalp of every particle of dandruff,  get a small bottle of "Danderine" at  any drug or toilet counter for a few  cents, pour a little in your hand and  rub it into the scalp.    After several  TPmmMM --Vt.~*~i0t!~>mMimmZ applications the    hair usually     stops  ;/5������������-.^*wi������-w.   coming   out  and  you  can't   find   any  3^������JK?WSgSS tff?JSft  dandruff.    Soon   every  hair on   ymir  n-arvouii���������yetem, mokcanew Blood   scalp   shows   new   life,  Vigor,   Dngllt-  -lJ?,^teu^*^.%*r"*!  ncss, thickness and more color.  Debit Uy. Mental and Brain Worn/, Uespott-  deney, fco-M". t>f_KneioVt J'alpitation_cf tha  No traces of the settlements cstab-    #"*, ������-'. , ,.  ^.,   i,    tm-'mx.     At>~-    ~-<4d,-mm0.l-0V*j4\.m''.jl\v."������-.l4  ,j|^ff-A|- -J/^^fTmA^ ^^.mmtTmf-mfm^IfXj^tJs.*.  I^^^^**^  < Jtae Satistym;  of tke wheat  an  * <r*  sweetness  barley food  i-S  It**"****  ���������ttfif -4MMMNMI   m*0mtm>m.      m%0J~0m~*%x      j-^A  -     -to   x������ W Aim*;?  is a matter of economy aa  wr������ii a������ cieii������i\t these aav������.  Grape-Nuts ^p\er\^,e^ without.  the addition of Biifjar. os itf  not. the rase with most cercafc  ileas-t, tfailitri. Bleviorf.   I'rlca SI per box, at*  Use "Diamond Dyes," guaranteed   to I S-u|i������-������ or walled m plnia pit*, on Snt ������!   lished in 986 in Greenland have ever  iri-ir* -i .rwu-    rirli   fielnlp-^c: i-olnr tn nnv    r*"',*B-  X^nZpnmpFifetmttilett.free.XH\K\'JQO'3   . .. ,  give a new, iicn, laueicss coioi io any   ^,������1,10^^co.,*l0H0HT0.0Mf. (FirairliWsiwJ-   been  discovered.  fabric, whether it be wool, silk, linen,  cotton    or    mixed   goods, ��������� dresses,  blouses,    stockings, skirts,    children's  coats, feathers, draperies, coverings���������  everything.  Thc Direction Book with each package tells how to diamond dye ovcr  any color.  To match any material, have dealer  show you "Diamond Dye" Color Card.  Smelting Company Plana  The Consolidated Mining; nnd  Smelting company is making rapid  r-tridcrt toward new construction and  iiriprovc'iiii-nts, which will not only in-  e.ic.e;-,c   ilic   capauii.^   ejf   ihe   uilt   -yi.att.  at Trail, l'.ritish Columbia, in many  ways, hut will add another industry  to   the   list,     l'l-eseul   plans   call   for  ileej'i lj j c UK .."..,    1.1    tac    I..oppu".'    l'C������*i������Ci"y  plant estimated at $250,000; the erection  of a  rod  mill at an  expenditure  of  $.200,000   .end   the   cu-Lliuii   of  ;md  ���������.-.jUlpeiil.nl    >.<l    ,t    eai^e:   .UnlUHrll    U>    UIC  ONLY TABLETS MARKED  "BAYER"   ART ASPIRIN  Not Aspirin at All without the "Bayer Cross"  i^^jfcj, f/*x \  II1 .u  hi'  !l<'..  ���������f-f  ���������������������������������   r  umpei\uis is econonriicai  1  tr", *\  View;*-...  ,.;.'Jr/  Wee:e-,sity   is   not  only  the  mother  ������������������A iny-f'itii.':', !*������������������! the divorced wife of  plenty.  Minard's l.iniment Relieves Neuralgia  W.      N.      U.      1306.  For Onl-ln, "Pnln, "ITr-ad-icli*, Nenrnl-  5(In,    To-nthm-hc,    jiarache,    mul    for  [Uioiimatlfiin, Lunihngo, Kciatlca, Neu-  ritln, tako Anpirln marked  with tho  ..���������*.>..]      ...4.y\i.      tr,    jwu   mi-c   leifir   vixixliiLr  Anpirln at all.  0 .-> *.������*���������������** f  M,������*l"r  *irr..>.,  -'*��������� ,1 '  rr..S 1..������.  Abjkhlu"    lit   un    in-Woken    "lluyi-r"  pa'-knjjft "wlde-h ormtnirm fomplefcn <1N  roatloua. Thon you uro gutting rent  Anpirln���������th������ genu inn Anpirln i'ia-  mTiboel by phyntciunii for ovor nliio-  eeieiee    'yvaSu,       xvtiW    inmiii    tei    fVUili'lr-..  ITfUriily tin horen rr-ntitininr-; 12 tiih-  1.1..   ......1  ������...������.   _   **..._    4-       v.    e .1 -,  .xx*     Vw..w     ,r,.i-    ���������    ml. ,.      xxl.t^. \J. 4*n, ^ I -1 i. -I  aliio anil  Iiirprm- "Uuyflr'* pne'lniit-oi.  Tlit-������>ft In only on* Aspirin���������<rDayev"~-Yoti aanat nay "Bayer"  M xr, li-lrt 10 titm ������r,������r**r,r. -.nrrr-rlr It-r,p1,t.rr������r1 In t'ltttrndtmS #".������ Il.v.f *M t. tr.tti it r 1.1 r. r.t Strtvtl..  ������*.-.*::tle-:-.'j!t!t**:t*.*r (:f ''���������>.!!<:j'!l*.:itc*.1. VUM. it 13 V/cIl UnejV-u Uitt .'.ur^lilix mc::'.: Usys-  nmreeerueleie^.  l������ aimliit tha l>iili)lu airalimt  lmll*llon������>,  tl>������ TaluUla ut XJMyiv (.'enuitnutf'  t.4  ���������'ll  t'llllftl' li'   iMtttlii'iillilyll , 4.i_-* L., t0~rXXm   0-. .-   -   -r*,_,r.M      r .L.rTi   it*-"-, -|"1 '   ".���������,--���������-    ,--...............~  ������������������.,������^...,|..:������ai,-K^  aagaa.^itti������Biia *HB     REVIEW.     GESSTON.     B.  Up  After Six Years  1Y@S  Montreal.���������Tiie Montreal Star publishes the following from a staff correspondent in Dublin:  "While Ulster is anxiously waiting  the arrival of Sir Edward Carson to  decide its policy regarding the latest  Home Rule Bill, the remainder of ire-  land is holding back to hear the proposals of Sir Horace Plunkett, who  has lately returned from the United  States.  "Sir Horace, since his arrival in  London, has maintained absolute silence, but it is announced, that the  alternative demand to the present  bill will be presented to a great representative meeting to be held in  Dublin.  "On the highest authority, I am  able to' forecast that Sir Horace  Flunkett's policy would bring Ireland  into a whirlpool of international affairs. First, it includes the previous  demand for full Dominion status,  claiming the right of the various  countries, to decide their relations to  the central constituent assembly bv a  proportional representation vote.  Then the committee of the League of  Charges Against Five  Meat Packers in ll ������  Weary of Globe "Trotting, Winnipeg  Man    Surrenders    on    Manslaughter Charge  f-        Ottawa. ��������� Conscience stricken and  Jlj'weary of his wanderings all over the  jface of the globe, Henry William Elk-  horn,    wanted    at    Winnipeg    on    a  charge of manslaughter, walked into j m i.f* ���������" *  the police station and surrendered ; I uTKS tO K6���������6I������S  himself. *-*���������*  The  crime    with    which    Elkhorn  charges himself is that on one  night  H.   Montgomery-  Declares   Thcy in June������ 19W'he stole an automobile  1:_    ���������.uir.i.    ix.  Nations would examine ihe eiaiuiS of  all parties to co-operate with the assembly in the formulation of a political constitution^  "I understand that Sir Horace has  the firm promise of the United States  to withdraw the reservations to the  covenant of.the League of Wations,  which affects Dominion votes in the  League of Wations, and also to assent  to enter the League of Nations, if  Ireland is granted representation of  a Dominion status.  "It is also stated that the United  States   would   undertake   to   consider  Lowered Livestock Prices  Washington. ��������� The big five meat  packers were charged in testimony  given before the house agriculture  committee by J. H. Montgomery, of  Basin, Wyoming, with having livestock prices reduced and driven growers out of business.  Mr. Montgomery described himself  as just an ordinary stock grower. He  deplored injunctions and "immunity  baths" in proceedings against the  packers.  The packers thrive on injunctions,  he said. "An injunction does not  bother, them any more than insect  powder does a cootie. The whole  packing industry should be put  through  a   de-lousing   station."  Mr. Montgomery charged the packers with efforts to influence stock  growers and prevent their protesting  against legislation for their control.  Treaty March 22  nt joy-riding v/ith a  friend named George Graff. While  travelling at a fast clip the automobile upset and Graff was badly injured in the head. Realizing his  friend was in extremis, and fearful for  the results of his escapade, he made  the injured man comfortable by the  roadside and then fled from Winnipeg.  Graff died a few days later, and Elk-  horn, changing his name to Arthur  James Ford, hearing a warrant was  out for his arrest, tried to enlist, but  was rejected as medically unfit. He  later secured a job as a stoker on an  ocean -go U*ig  snip, auu  in  it  quartereu. .  the globe. . Tired of his seafaring life, J SardlmI their treaty,  he returned to Canada, made his way  to Toronto, where he was recognized  and narrowly escaped capture. From  there he went to Hamilton, and was  again   in   danger   of   arrest.     Finally,  Has Now Been Practically Completed  By the Supreme Council  London.���������Thc peace conference has  closed its London sessions, after preparing the Turkish treaty and its economic conclusions in such a manner  that they may be completed by assistants. The treaty will be handed  to Turkey at Paris on March 22, it  was announced.  It was possible that Premier Mil-  lerand will come to  London  the lat-  Ottawa.���������Sir George Foster tabled  in the house the correspondence between himself and Judge Robson, eotr-  cring the latter's resignation as chairman    of   the    Board T*of Commerce,  t.-A-rr,  TSrxtx.   X-yxJLJJ-xJXX  SXrtAmr.      ix'���������riv-ii ���������     Xt-rxX     %. A  l<*.r.-*wO      rn.X0.HJ. J        .���������**-*-������������.      XXVA  fd.r      T\-,~X       rxC  ���������.%..      j/ur r.     \J 1  this week to confer with  the foreign    ministers    and ambassadors   on   thc   Turkish   treaty  and   on  i the  Contentions  nf  Hip  Wi-iti car J one   -!-/-._  She Feels She Qwm  Her Life to Them  WHAT MISS EAGLE S4YS OF  DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS  t  dT. _1 -S_J._ t-���������      tC -.J    g-rx      TNI,.  UlUiSuv    lauy    who   suucigu   iiuiu    Leia-  five   years   tel's   of   tbe  Favors Expulsion of Turks  Washington.���������Under    a    resolution  introduced   by  Senator   King,   Democrat,  Utah, the senate would declare  a few days ago, after staking himself .in favor of the expulsion of the gov-  ��������� -     --.-tr^r--.-,    \\v\~r-    t-, v    c *r*.:-j c rr*; r-.ri : r-     "*-*rr*-.- . emmen t   fif   fh-j*   -Oft-rim-sr*:    Titrl.-^    ?r.~.y-r:  ployment, he came to Ottawa, and | Constantinople, and the erection of  finding himself unable to get work of (three independent states in the old  any kind, he acted upon a letter he'Turkish empire, under the direction  received from his mother advising him | of the allied powers or the* League of  finds it impossible to remove his  home to Ottawa, and his presence is  required in Winnipeg. The acting  premier in his acknowledgement accepts Judge Robson's resignation vHti  regret.  On the same day as he resigned,  February 23, Judge Robson wrote a  long letter to the acting premier, giving his views on the operation of ths  Board of Commerce, suggesting that  a federal machine tG inquire into costs  and profits of commodities, and to  act in" an advisory capacity to provincial boards, would be more useful  than -the board as constituted at present, the matter of dealing with profiteers being better left, the judge  thinks, to the provincial authorities.  He. stated that the act actually  removes the last chance the consumer  j.-b-.v     x.\~������    s~xy~4  trx-      Ui~x0~1t      J-       mm.-  tyrt     0tiM.iid\.xx    xxx    x*~-  to surrender to the authorities.  Elkhorn will be held in jail, pending receipt of information from the  Winnipeg authorities.  Nations.  Dodd's  Dia-  {IT  betes   for   nve   years  benefit   she   received   from  Kidney Pills.  Ormsby; Ont., March 8.���������(Special.*)  '���������"1 feel I owe my life to Dodd's  Kidney Pil's." This strong statement  adjustment of the exchange situation comes from the lips of Miss Gertrude  if Ireland's problem is settled on thfe j Eagle, a well-known and highly re*?-  Dcmir-'oM bns-is Ipected   resident  of   this   place.       And  *"������'���������������'/"~"' Z-Z * n-    x    ���������    -l ���������      ! Miss   F.aele  gives  her     reasons     for  Meanwhile    every effort    is being ��������� speaking  ont  in   terms that none can  made   here  to  bring   together  all  the   fail to understand,  parties   to   agree   to   Pltinkett's   pro-     -"I   have - been������������������-su ffe ring*  from  posal  and this  effort is  not without   "Vef  \or 7ve "~a:?-" s-?e siat{*~        ���������  tried: the doctors, but they could do  nothing  for me.  "A fri������������nri told me of Dodo's Kinney Pill*-** and of their great value. 1  tried one box and they helped me. 1  have now taken three boxes and thev  have done me so much good 1 feel I  owe my life to them."  Diabetes lis one of the most advanced and dangerous forms of Kidney trouble. A remedy that wi*M relieve Diabetes will act much more  quickly on minor kidney ills. Ask  your neighbor if Dodd's Kidney Pills  are not the sovereicrn remedy for all  forms of kidney trouble.  Transport Strike Threatened  "Cold in the Head"  ! an acute attack oi NasaJ Catarrh. Per*  j sons who arc subject to frequent "colds in  ! the head"  will find that the  use of   HALL'S  success.  Want to Rim Own School  Mennonites Would Do So In Accordance With Manitoba Public .  School Act  Winnipeg. ��������� Requesting that the  trusteeship of one of the Mennonite  schools be returned to them, and stating that it was their intention and  desire to conduct the school, if given  control, in accordance with the Manitoba Public School Act, a delegation,  composed of four Mennonites, waited  upon thc provincial government. The  school for which they ask thc trusteeship had been run as a private  school, and was taken over by the  government in 1918 to ensure compliance with thc act, and it has since  been operating in a satisfactory way.  Millionaire Charged With Conspiracy  Chicago. ��������� Wil'iam Bross Lloyd,  millionaire sergeant-at-arms of the  Communist Labor party, and fifteen  other Communists must stand trial on  indictments recently returned charging them with conspiracy to overthrow the government  by  force.  Judge  Oscar   Ilcl-de denied  a. motion to quash the indictments.  KNOCKS OUT PAIN  THE FRST ROUND  Comforting     relief  from  i. ..      "-i      *        ��������� ���������>  11IUIVV.O UlUllll   o LLlLr  World's Liniment  pain  Classification Ruling  Appeal  of  U.G.G.  on  Road  Graders  Is Turned Down  Ottawa.���������The board of railway  commissioners has ruled that a reduction of the classification of road  graders below the present rating of  one and one-half times first class is  not   justified.  The United Grain Growers applied  to the board for reduction of classification to the first class, with minimum  of  5,000 pounds on   flat cars.  Tlie railway commission grants application of the freight adjusting bureau of Vancouver B.C., for the application of $2.65 rate on shoddy  blnnltcts,  bringing  them  under     item  *7*\()        fxC {~*~\ 4r\*\A ��������� -X er-. t *m/xl I-4.T *���������  mmm     -I ���������-*  m T^,*XT t  I 00 t-0 0 Xt 0 0 +0    ^-tf-jXiX,  tariff No.  IA.  Food Supply May Be Affected By a  ' Walkout  London.���������Great Britain is threatened with a nation-wide strike of highway transportation workers involving ���������  from 150,000 to 170.000 men. The  movement would seriously affect the  distribution of food. -The headquarters of the national federation of  transportation workers has authorized  the local executives to uand ������n strike  notices because of the employers' refusal of men's demands for an increase in pay of 10 shillings per  week. A conference held at the ministry of labor, in an effort to compose  lhe difficulties, proved abortive, but  it is still hoped that at the last minute newly-inaugurated negotiations  will enable a settlement to be brought  about. The railways, the tram car  lines, and the bus services would not  be affected,  CATARRH MEDICINE will build up the  System, dtcanse the Blood and render them  less liable to colds Repeated attacks of  Acute  Catarrh  ma>   lead to  Chronic  Catarrh,  ducing the cost of living, and was al-so  designed to stand off co-operative  movements which were likely to make  progress for the benefit of the consumers.  His experience on the board, ha  declared, led him to the view* which  make it improper for him to continue  on it, and he further stated that he  is out of sympathy with the act.  HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is taken  ���������mernall-y and acts through the Blood on  the   Mucous   Surfaces  of   the   System.  All   Druggists  75c.     Testimonials  free.  $100.00 for any case of ' catarrh that  HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will not  cure.  F.   J,   Chene<*   &   Co.-   Toted-**    ���������ni.i-v  Urges Uniform Divorce Law  Phoned From Winnipeg to Montreal  Winnipeg. ��������� The first commercial  call on the telephone from this city  to Montreal was made by H. M. Me-  Farlane, who spoke to his son at the  Ti/i .. T> 1       _I..U        -.  11 m���������rx  luuuui       iwjycLi   v-h.il/,   ao       wen    as    lvtw  other Montreal persons. The voices  were distinct, though in the ordinary  tone, and connections were made via  New York, Chicago and Minneapolis  without relay.  tvJL.iU-V.IUl-lWil  This famous reliever of rheumatic  nHi <���������������������������'!, soreness, slifTnrsH, painful  ���������������������������rains, nountlgic pains, and most  other external twinges that humanity  ���������nifi't-r-* from, enjoys its great s.iIch because   it   pi.u:tii.tll>      naii    failb      to  .      ��������� 1 '- t ���������     r  ������''"*.'.    : i   ' ' '   -   ���������    '*'_���������������������������  ._   Always  readv  lor use-, it tal.e**; little  tjo   pe-||e*l Lite   Without   I Unhid1.'.   .Iiul   ]n*u-  Auce results. Ch-an, refreshing. At  all drum stores. 3.Sc, 70c, $1.-10. Made  i..   r^ I-.  rm^A-rpI  Turk Navy  Turkish Warships Will Be Broken Up  According to Pact  London.���������Thc disposition of the  Turkish navy w<*; <!<.:fuinH_y settled "by  the allied supreme council wlim it  deridi-rl that thc peace treaty should  provide that the warships he broken  up. The Turkish army will he reduced to such a point by the pe-ire terms  ��������� ll****?     Jt     ilrferrl 111     l-rr*\*     \\0.     ~ H'r. <- ��������� i *. ~    rrrvi.',,,*!  anoihor country.  1 lie council ilrlihrrated over the  report of Marshal Foch on tlie military situation as retrards Turkey, hut  it   di������l  not  determine-  on   thr  question  (Ji    I ,...,.:,   ,j i    Lire    II I, . I I ., I   y     I r  i , :l ,    I rl     , ,|<-  t.; :.{l .  faint and Dizzy Spells.  Weakness and  Shortness of Breath.  v You can generally ' tell when the  heart is affected by the faint and diz-  7*1 spells, the shortness of hrraih. palpitation, throbbing, irregular beating,  smothering sensations, weak, sin!.ing,  all-gone feeling, choking sensation,  etc.  Many men nnd women become  rundown and worn out when otherwise they could he strong and healthy  if thev wouhl only pav some attention  to tiie first  sign of heart  weakness.  No ������-cniedv will do so much to  make the heart regain strength and  vigor, regulate its heat and restore  il lo a lu-ahliy and normal condition  as  Miiburn's Heart and Nerve  Pills.  Stops Bronchitis Quickly  Ontario   Bar  Association's  President  TTT.^-r ,     *T*i.Jt-~���������V      Tf*        .  wains  I'cucrai  nouse  CO  Take Action  Toronto.���������Uniformity of Canadian  laws of divorce was urged by President N. B. Gash in his address to  the Ontario Bar Association, which  opened its fourteenth annual meeting  at Osgoode Hall.    He said:  "The judicial systems of the civilized    countries       throughout       the  world  are  too  varied and  conflicting       ., . .      . ....  _, , . .      You are nothing but a plain, itmpla  to permit, any dream of international Iboob   to   suffer   a  day   |onger     from  and uniform system of divorce laws, I Bronchitis. It's real easy to cure ���������  but it is high time that Canada began I this has been proved time and again.  ���������   ....   t.._   *-^���������   =     _.__.._   /.     ., ���������   '     Relief comes    at    once    when    yoti  breathe in the soothing vapor of Catarrhozone.    Once its healing,    piney  WiulOiiE /my medicine  This Problem Solved When Catarrh  ozone Was Discovered  Thousands Have Been Cured  to put her house in order for this  purpose. Parliament should bring  down a general law superseding all  the preceding laws on the subject,  and conferring to courts constituted  for the purpose, the disposition of  such cases. Only in this way ������hall  we put au end for all time to the un  certainty,   confusion    and    conflict of������Ket results at once  essences strike the bronchial tube a,  you realize that a powerful treatment is at work.  Irritation can't live in the throat ������J  a person inhaling Catarrhozone. It i������  so soothing, so warming, so full of  concentrated healing    power that you  laws that have been cropping up and  are bound to increase ao time goes  by."  More Murders in Ireland  Dublin.���������The killing of three persons iu various parts of Ireland have  been reported in a period of 24 hours.  Captain Shaw Taylor, ������ l-zndov.:*.er,  was   shot   dead   at   Athenry,   County  Mrs. t_. A. S. l>r:vkc, Tan's. Out., J Galway; an unknown man died as the  rites:���������"I have used on towards thf; , rcsult of wounds received tn Dublin,  ���������conu   box   of   Milhurri s   Heart   and |      ,   p M      . ..     . _  w  set-  Nerve Tills and find they have done  nie good. I hail those* fainting, di/zv  soells, once in a while, and also weakness and sliot i nt-ri;-. of breath, nnd  would become so choked up at times  I   could   hardly   sleep   without   sitting  U|7    in    Ui ei.       Will ie    vv.eii-.in-i;    luu    i.i:.i  I would have to stop and try to catch  my breath. 1 feel a lot better since  I have used your pills and know that  thcy   have  helped   me  wonderfully  as  1    li.iv;    iui|ji o v *.:*-l    vcey    luue.il."  Price 50c. a box at nil dealers-, or  mailed direct on receipt o������ price bv  The T. Milbiirn Co., Limited, Toronto, Out.  and   Roger  Marsh  was killed at Cork  by a party of armed  men.  Dozen New Elevatoro  Calgary.���������Construction   of   a   doyen  nfe������   ("le'vnleiv'*   in    A ll-i^rfr".   '.C    '.''��������� c'",'. c' '.-'-  in thc 1020 program of the United  Grain Growers, according to a statement made here.  Catarrhozone strengthens the weak  throat, stops the cough, remove* that  hacking irritating necessity to clear  thc throat, makes even the chronic  sufferer realize that at last he has  discovered a real cure. For coughs,  colds, catarrh, and winter ills, nothing in the family could be better than  thc complete dollar outfit. Small  ���������size 50s; trial aire 25c, all dealer***,  or The Catarrho-jone Co Kin������������������������������������������������ to*":  Ont.  Soviets Approach Japan  London.���������A wireless dispatch from  Moscow lays that the Irkutsk representative of the Soviet cojnmitiiarat  of foreign affairs has been instructed  to hand the Bolshevik peace proposals  ��������� ft     ?!���������*/���������      I -x r-. -. ������> i* r *r Vi ���������fi /* fit* t tr-'t tm ��������� m t\-.m.~-~*  -- rf -, .,     *. ��������� . . Xx.    x ���������        .     T-     *      m- V.m     -.-     Vmm  and agree with thc Japanese goverti-  uiciii ou tne nine ���������ind piucc ior uuiu-  intf   negotiations.  ������jp i q ������nn b c-$  f^'^*,lr^TeS*T^p^T'!3E-S** - JUpTr'"'^^ m^llfffm^f^^Jt^fm^ff^^^mAm --*lff������������������en yi*#*^  li ���������**l. ������������������!? h-s!T' .1^ iu*^. ���������������������������*yy*'*^^  Lord   l'Vt-nch'ii   Mail   Seized  Dublin.���������A mail van containing let-  term of  Viscount   I'Yench,   Lord   Lieutenant      of   Lchllld,   .iiul      (". i/ci enilriit  ollicialt.   wni  held  ������n>  bv  who   carried   o!f  thr   tn.;,1  e'el   men.  N.  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They're waiting fOr  CtrtVr. l\    rx-rx rx    Xr.     ���������..���������. .*..���������     X\��������� .A.^    ..-*-, ��������� ..���������.S.x<* r.xmrx TT rxW  m,*-.������.& y/V.Q .xQ   XteLr*3XT*d.    Llie31*r. .OeJUDoCl ������J^iirvuw.   ,.������Q*U  can do this-^-and get any article you deSir-e  without-cost. The coupon below brings aii  the details. Anyone can come in on this.  Decide now. ._ .  offers an' opportunity, here that -will prove  of wonderful assistance to those who desire  many' things which e-jtra; money would give  them. There is no guess wort���������H.6 risk.  Every subscription you .'get means a definite  step towards the attainment of the article  you want,. Holiday ,outnts-Ts-a new _ fishing  equipment���������a business cburserr-ali these are  easily possible by giving.us your spare time.  Don't wait for a later advertisement���������someone else, near you .may write tonight and  get ahead of you.  Simply tear it out and fill in your  name and ��������� address-*��������� full particu-  ��������� \itib will come by return maiL  i rxk. t~. C VETERANS w������Ek������"Y  5>5-*5>y Prmincfe BaSkSing  VAK-ConrvEi-H-ai. o.  Tb������ &������. v.tmt-t mtfi-y. .    Beau  szj~  imij  partteaiasa  ������  offer.  1  Httut���������-...  8  a  ~Aht-~  ~-"%~3 a m n. an m aa mm  For your ���������convenience we carry a full- line of up-to-date^ -conveniences, including Farm and Garden Iinplementa, Carpenter's  Tools, Builders' and  .MM,  M   M  j* X-mt Mr*~-M-' JUL /*������ JST  No matter what your needs, step in and look over our. stock.  We have too many conveniences to enumerate, and you may see  some articles you have been wondering where to find.  Hardware & Furniture Supply  M. J. BOYD CofSi^aflV Manager  KHkHeHWjHt  i ���������  GIL, US AGS   AS  Everything comes to him who waits. But you Will not Wait  when you have heard the SsONORA. You will know it is  machine you have been looking for. Models $105 to $1500  -tx-rfm       "Xx_Jr~0        m.      *v> JtlfciJivli.    i-.X     -i  NEXT PEEKIN THEATRE : ORESTON  Local and Persosia!  Jud.   Fulmer  was  a   Saturday  to  Tuesday visitor in Nelson.  Wanted���������A small house to rent for  sis Taaontjis.   ���������AppI-y'Miss.GaJi'Qy..  Cow Foit SAX^Purfebreii Jersey  heifer.   Dr. Henderson *, Creston. .  To-night's the night.   Leslie Gros-  smith and Rarty at lhe Peefcihj 8.\~.  Kootenay chief of provincial police,  was an official visitor at Oreston a  couple of days the early part of the  week*  For Sale���������Purebred White Wyandotte cock, 2 years, old;   also  a few  bahta'rh& and sts^ie^iabblts-���������bucks and,  does.   Mr%- J.W. Hamilton, Bojc 87,  Crestbh.  The March birth rate is in a fair way  to about double ,the V-^ley's pr/eyipns  ,,..., best showing in this respect. .'To date  0BAKB WANTE-o^-Pnrebred prefer-1 th^ i*.^.^^ tsn new arrivals���������five  red.   State   price.   O. Eelsey, Eriek  soil.  Egos Fob, Hatching���������PurebredBuff  Orpingtons, ������1.50 for 13. F. Mill,  Creston.  Our 192Q.samples,of wall paper have  .-just arrived. See these bef-S^e buying.  S. A. Speers.  Concert and dance at the Peekin  Theatre to-night by Leslie Grossniith.  I>o*a'i mfss it,  Habness Fob Sale���������Single, light  driving harness, in good shape. C.  Olson, Creston.. .������������������������������������'?���������  Fob Saee^-^6 purebred S.C. Barred  Stock hens, year old, |2 each. ��������� G. M.  Wilson,-Creston.   ���������*.*��������� ':P~���������  boys and fiye-girls.  ���������L.  centres, and that one of the stops will  be at Oreston. They expect to be  along the latter part of-July.  Jack Stephens of Tacoma, Wash-,  accompanied by Mrs. Stephens, are  Creston visitors this week, having  made a .trip, in to look over his propertyykt Corn Oreefe. JJack left here  ^ahout three yoars ago and has since  been working at shipbuilding at the  coast���������and incidentally taking unto  hituSelf & wife. Congratulations are  being extended him on his advent to  the ranks of the benedicts.  Will sell "Douglas .*-, OTa^'' .with  about 14.40 aci-es*; Price $1700, on  easy tcrihs. Exclusively by John  Darbysnire, Wireless workshop, Esqui-  malt, Victoria; B.C.       .;.   ������������������  Mrs. G. J. IJayle  \J-~mmmXdX~. *f m~0  \~.<t\  on Tuesday  for  Meri-ittj -wnei-fe ��������� Mr'.  Bayle has a position with a, lumber;  cftihpany, arid where they 'will make  their home in'-future^    ���������������������������:������������������'     ~ ...  Mr. and .Mrs. C.. M. I^^byj Sirdarj  w'ho are recuperatingafter'������. riither  seyer-e seige of the flu, spent the latter  ���������giort of thh wfeek in 4own*,; guests iif  Mr. and Mi-si 3 as. Cobki -   .���������   .  Big Ben, Baby Ben, Siiep ISslir  ->x mxincst^c*  m-~KJ~. 0\^K7f  Fob oAiaa���������8 good' ranch  prices right.     Canyon City Luiiiber  Co., Ltd., Creston. ������������������*..,  Horse Fob Sale���������Ranch horse.  Weight about 1350, good worker. W.  H. Hilton, Creston.  Eggs Fob Hatching-���������Purebred  White Legborns, heavy laying strain.  Jas. Adlard* Creston.  FotriTKfs- Fob Sale���������18 purebred  hens and two roosters, unrelated, $00.  Enquire REVIEW Office.  Cockerels Fob Sale���������Single Comb  Rhode Island Red cockerels, $2.50  each.   Jas. Compton,,Crestdn.    ���������  C. O. Rodgers is a visitor sit Calgary  tbis week for a meeting of the Mountain Lumbermen's Association.  Cows Fob Sale���������One milch cow,  part Jersey;    grade  Jersey yearling  heifer.   W;. V. Jackson, Creston.  .��������������������������� ��������� ��������� ���������- s  Town Property Fob Sale���������Good  house, and lot well planted to, bearing  fruit trees.   Enquire.Reyiew Office.   *,v  Egos Fob Hatching���������-Pju-ebrtar  White Wyandotte eggs, $150 per setting of 15, fi.50.   F. W. Ash, Creston.  Fob Sale���������Horse, harness and delivery rig,. suitable for ranch nke:  Morrow's   blachsriiith   shop, Creston.  Geo. Hood left on Tuesday for Cal-  ir.4tx.-vT    .A l*o-      i*ri;Thov*.o    Via    ia    ������y    v 1 esi*h-rfct������  stir  p,xx.j,    mm..m^0.,.    .. x.~- ���������       m-xr        -xr.-   .0  -     -  .xr-mx..^ ,  the provincial horse show in that city.  Fob Sale���������Horse, about 900 lbs.,  works single, double or under saddle,  quiet, $45 cash. W. G. Birney, Erickson. .  Harold .Goqdyvin", who {fas been attending business college at Nelson for  almost three mori-tns^'krriv^'noi&e'dd  Monday, and is how learning telegraphy at the C;P;R: depot.  The Union's stocktaking to ascertain I  '    ���������-....-���������^.ij.-L    . n     1->A������-.     Li*-*Vi-   -LL     xiL^\  e pld reliajBies.  chatices wheia it ,co^ts no  more to be sure.  the  ���������ajjantit*'"  ������������������������������*��������� ������.nnlp.a   Rf.ill   ih   the I  *T   .    -*i . ��������� xT        '���������      ���������0~>-r    ~ ;      ~,"       ^  .,  ranchers hands would indicate that  about 700 boxes is* the'tbtal sdpply of  this fruit unsold in the "Valley. .  Fred Belapger got in a shipment qf  five head of horses on .Tuesday* whfcb.  he will use in his logging and -foill  operations at the plant lie is putting  in at his Goat Mountain limits. \.  Look tip the prices on these  goods;  see how much  can save.  then coiiie iii aiiu  vou*  Canaries For Sale���������Singers and  hens. Prices reasonable, and furnished on writing P.O. Box 361, Kaslo,  B.C.  Miss Anna Anderson of the Review  staff was a week-end visitor with  friends in Cranbrook, returning on  Monday.  Mrs. R, J. McLeod left on Sunday  for Kellogg, Idaho, where she . will  spend a short holiday with her mother  in that city.  Valley hens are now all pretty well  on the producing list and in consequence the price of eggs has dropped  to 60 cents a dozen.  Incubator  For  Sale���������Wisconsin  incubator with brooder, complete, 130  egg capacity, good a������> new, $14.   Apply Review Office.  H. Vanees, a war veteran who bus  been here on a visit to his brother, J.  W. Vaness, telephone Hneman, left on  Methodist Ladies':-Aid. announce  their annual afternoon tea and sale of  home cooking*.for-Goqd Friday afternoon. April. 2nd, iii--^peers' Hall, from  2 to 5.   Afternoon tea, 15 cents.  ".Four cases of smallpox have just  been discovered amongst the local Indians and on Tuesday Indian constable  Fred Ryckman arrived to take charge  of the situation and keep the reds  'strictly to their reserve. :  Next   Friday   is   Good   Friday, a  statutory holiday, and  all   places of  business will be closed.   The general  delivery wicket at the postoffice will J  be open for an bour .^fter t-he aftes^j  noon mail has beensQrJfed.     .,._..   ,...'.*...'  Numerous butterflies have been in  evidence the past'few days, as well as  a few of the festive mosquitocfe.  However, the latter pest is riot likely  to be serious this season. rDue to a  light snowfall it is not likely., the flats  will flood at aii this year.  From Vancouver comes word that  the board of tradew of that city is arr  ranging for a business men's excursion  on a tour of inspection   of  interior  *. V ���������"  Watch, Clock and  Nest door Mawson Bros,  ORESTON  Heinz Cream  \~*SL  1 tr--a--i<*~ -f-m^mr-*  SL \JPM.&R-A*J~r\~f  Here is tie richness of pure  erearb, which^ nourishes  ���������TJ*J-  txtrxdi  OJU.VX  iW& appetizing taste of ripe  i^-rh^oes, which giv0s * keen-  Ol   ������iKjQU VSJ VJJ.-0 xvjxiljx  vuwu "wivVVb.  TENDER3 FOR DlTCHiNG  . Ho Artificial thickening or  meat^^tock 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.  Tenders.will be received up to.W.e3  nesday, March 31st, for digging a  ditch 18 inches deep, 12 inches widp,  600 yards long. -Work to start at  once, . Apply John or O. J. Wigen or  John Bathie, Wynndel,  RANCH PROPERTY FOR SALE  Nearly 5 acres choice level fruit land  partly improved, good road and water,  ideal homo site near town. Cheap for  cash. Apply owner, CHAS. MOORE*  Creston,  FINE HOME PROPERTY FOR SALE  X4r.xxiS.tvv  try  LtXL4..\..0J     .x.  ~x~  fxlvrtrttr^vtl  mm    ~m~*    BS B     BS ^������  mm xt.   SS-   ~W    /tTm      BS '^���������JjHH  'r-f"l   l-fill  w;������nt to n*-''- yr>iir- car Yicfovc h;ivin^ if,  thoroughly <^onc over and put in .shape  lV)i* another .scaann '.  We  <'iiarain.ee a  i:hai'^e.s Pi*  .sati'-tiaetoi'v j������>o,  i������:a.S(>iiahlc.  anu  out  ifm~*m\  f^-*\  LlDO ATE 13ROZ-.  OLB8 ferny it yniiniJL  For SALM���������Ten shares $5 preferm.ce  stock in CroBton Fruit Growers Union,  Limited. No offer'below par considered.   Box 7, Review Office.  Wanted to Ricmt���������Responsible party will leiiHe a four room (or larger)  house, or ranch near town. State  rental.    Box 12. Roy low Office.  A. Comfort and family arrived from  i>imt-i-ii>r'- ii, low uiiys ago, jmhi Jim-vu  taken up rcHidonco on the Hurry place  which Mr. Oornfort hiui purchased.  Tho union \n getting ready for the  1020 borry Kliipping soiuion.    A cur of  tiboiit M0(K) Hlniwhorry onitoM w������������h un-  ������ I      *       t   t I 1 ll   ! ,..1.  Ai'iii'lel Hnine-M, wlm linn Ui't'ii at  Trnll nil winter. Is home for a few  iliiyH thin woolc, Ix-foro inking a job at  firing on  t'.JMt. iiteamcr. Kuiikunonk.  A con^ri'Kitliuiml mooting to fui-thoi-  d|!:e-u:;:: ���������"iillitij; a roiiidont rootor fop  Chriiit (Manoh will bo hold in tho Far-  Comprises two-thirds of an acre with  120 bearing fruit trees, as well as  strawberries, raspberries and cm-rants,  and two lots 50 x 120 feet. House is 0  rooms'' with basement and collar, and  njnrvl hnrn (with loft,) 2txlft fooi,. $������n00  ior the wliolo property, li. BOADWAY, Oreston, B.C.  Baked Beans  Beefsteak Sauce  Tomato Ketchup  Sour Mixed Pickles  are a few more of the well-  known Heinz products  that  . we have in stock.  Better   nnnrurna  Lower  Serv-tea DWUBSltWd  Prices  oweero/v  I!  iWednssda-j  lama  BQURI    illDBIUUV I   *~ ~... k#  n  ssssfSBBssemmsma-mm.  BMW  nntti  Wc, tlio undersigned, agree to close our stores  at 1 p.m., Town Time, on EACH and EVERY  Si \~,    . X   ~ I    ,' -*      I*-       ". ,1,    St     XL.     X    rl' 4        T  ' M   m *.  \    0    0    \   m  xxjx~y\xr~nttxx * xr  \ *' j,.,.x-4 a. ������ XLii .j.lj.  LrLJii.LL.Lyr  continuiiig until NOVEMIJER 1st, 1020.  Vi:,  x,"     l  tho      w  ;:;m  J. V. Orr.  K. A  Speers.  Mrs. 'T. Iv. l>ni<;e.  Hardware S~ Fu ini tine Sup-  ������*\ *i (\ *.    I * il  A. D. Manuel.  Mawson Brothers. U  r. Burna& Co., Ltd. B  Oroston   Ivloreaiitiie Coin[>- g  ������.nv. T,t,<������. H   '   .        , B  ;y������  ������i  M  ������r������������M������www  Ky^e^'>.-l^lT'^l<te*^to^*a^  i^^*)*^#j^.*#^m*t^  Ij^^jjjU^-S^^'Sff  ****l**tt^wjj^^  stpitmmtmm  \>-***tvi*<~*0t*-*mi  mtmm<mris<mmwmi ^imnmvirmiimit^ttm


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