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 tmtm  iif^r  te  *f*^  h������*.,  *|b*r'>  &  CM:  ffl  Bl  ������������H  to-'  *~   X-Vc,  j,   t'jr-  1>M  m  mm  A 1  i  1   V  . /*%&&*?��������� *****  'fi ^ "tv-***-  fi *     ,^ts| . 4 1921  f^Cr,  H3R1A*  Vol. XII.  CRESTON, B. C, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1920  No. 42  Lister  "Williams brothers are spending the  Christinas holidays .with friends in  Nolsoir.  H, G. Smith of Bonnington was a  visitor with Lister_ friends - one day  last ������veek.  Jos. W. Bell is taking a short vacation, which he is spending with  frienns in Fernie.  Mrs. S. Eyans is a visitor with Nelson friends this week.  The camp has-been entirely free;of  business meetings of any sort this  week, but to-night the children are  booked to have another evening's en-  tertaiment at the schoolhouse.  Shack moving has been pretty  much the order of the day during  Christmas week, the remaining Snake  aiiey bungalows having been moved  ont on to the owners' permanent locations, >  Well digging has also been another  form   of   healthful, exercise,   among  those   looking   for   a  supply   of wet  goods being  Tommy  Atkins,  Hemy  *. and Ivor Christenson, and John Bird,  There was a big' turnout at the  Methodist service on-Stnday morning  -tbe most interesting feature of which  was the. presentation of gifts to every  member of the Sunday school. Pastor Knox was in charge.  The   camp was agreeably surprised  on Monday to receive a cheque for $50  from Y. M.' C. A. headquai ters which  it was stipulated  must be spent for  Christmas tiee purposes for the children of returned soldiers.^    A meeting  - of -the-ladies'was speediiv summoned  _and it was decided  to' heve the tree  ^Cnd^enter&h^nm  to-night_(Friday]f.  Standing   room   only  was ail  that  was available ' for late" arrivals at tlie  Christmas     entertainment     at    the  schoolhouse on Wednesday night last  whiche 'was presided over by   J. A.  McGee, chairman of the school board.  A    nicely    arranged   programme   of  choruses,    recitations   and ~ dialogues  was presented, with a closing feature  in the shape of a play entiteled.^yDec-  ember," put on by a compan y of twelve   scholars,   with  Bessie Frampton,  Frank; Alexander arid. ErnestBtevens  .. taking the heavier parts. ' All those  taking part in the play made a flhe  impression,  while the excellent taste  shown in. costuming each of the play-..  eis made the presentation of "December". ...all'the more   effective.     Other  numbers'; on the programme were two  choruses by the entire school  "Hark  the herald angels sing," and "O come  all ye faithful."    The junior class presented the dialogue, "Jack and Jill,"  and the infaet class made a great hit  in their rendering of '���������Old King Cole,"  J. Malthouse, J. .Tory andGub tJharle-  son    did    nicely   in   their  dialogue,  The  Q RA N D  New Year's Day  WILIjIAM DESMOND  in  A Broadway  Cowboy  A marvellous melange of uprbari  oua laughter, mixed with spine  tickling thrills,  "      JIGOS in  Bringing Up Father  Something   entirely <ifew   iu  comedy.    JigRB will make hit?  Urst  appearance   here."  Don't  miss this double hoadlinerl  SHOW 8TAItTiNU8.30.  Adults 75c.    Children 25c.  "Greuch," while the two piece recitation ^"Two Letters,"   by  Muriel and  Doris Millington was also nicely done.  Annie Yerbury's recitation on "Buv-  ing Christmas Presents," and another  by   Muriel-  Millington    on   "Mnking  People - Happy,"   together   with the  effort   of   Jessie   Brain  and George  Chudly   in  the l"Plea of the Christy  mas   present,"   rounded out the programme, feature of the entertainment  and v.vas followed by adjournment to  the other schoolroom, where the amiable Willam Mitchell  rrfade an excellent Santa   Claus   and  from   a   well  stocked  tree handed  out  useful gifts  ro  each  one  of the 85 children in the  camp.     After the tree the ladies served  a bountiful tupply of refreshments  which  finished off an evening's entertainment for both children and adults  that would be hard to beat.  Cany ois Gity  . I" mmmam,..    . j  The springlike weather of Tuesday  with rain on Wetinesdav has completely spoiled thetrather good sleighing we had here ton a snowfall of at  least eight inches. '  A. D. Pochin gbt back the latter  part of the -week, from- Spokane,  where he had been, on a business visit,  Guy Browell isi* working fofc the"  Company again, 'f^ettiug the trucks  fitted out for the log haui. The mill"  is expected to stjtpt cutting early next  month. \  i i  Christmas day .was very quietly observed  here  bnt from  all accounts it  one as Canyon has  was as merry  ever had.  M ~\we&etnnm9r ~m~rS-we  Rev. G. Knox officiated at a pretty  house wedding on Tuesday afternoon  at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. R.  Palmer when "their youngest daughter, Miss Jeanne, was "united in marriage with Mr. Herbert M. Whimster  of Nelson, the ceremony being witnessed by only the immediate relatives and friends of the contracting  parties. The couple were unattended  and the bride was married in her  travelling costume of midnight, blue  tricotine with hat to match, with a  boquet of white narcissus, the bridal  costume being completed with a black  fox stole���������a gift from the groom.  The house was tastily decorated with  evergreens, chrysanthemums and daf  fodils. A sumptuous wedding dinner  followed .the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs.  ^Whimster   leaving" On   the afternoon  <��������� ' *���������**' ���������-*"������;"���������.:���������.��������������������� "-j** --"-v'"*-''-     ���������**-,     u <��������� ~ ���������^������������������^,^.-r- r.��������� ,-,  train' on a trip west, after wmch they  will take tip housekeeping in Nt-lson.  Through much unselfish effort both  as'-teacher' at the Erickson aud Deer.  Lodge schools, as well as in other directions the bride enjoyed a well-deserved popularity, aud the very best wishes of a wide circle of friends is extended Mr. and Mrs-Whimster for a long  and happv wedded life.    .    ~ ,  Miss Corbett,' teacher, spent the  Christmas vacation \vith friends at  Kingsgate, leaving on^ Friday .afternoon. -   A'l-. ' " .       "  The school concert on Thursday  night last attracted a crowd that filled the building.to capacity, and all  present expressed1 themselves as delighted with the^ entertainment provided. Instead, of-the usual lot of dialogues, songs, ^citations, etc., this  year's concert wg&an amateur dramatic effort in whieb'-about thirty of the  children "participated in various ways,  the title of the' piece "being "Santa  Claus and the M&gic Carpet." Considerable "ability along this iine was  displayed by all the children taking  part, due to the'careful training received at the hands of tha teachers.  Misses Corbett Knott,  sion'of' the concert .adjournment was  Jack Baines, who for the last three  years has been living at Trail and  Vancouver," arrived home on Thursday  for the Christmas holidays with his  parents. He states that the unemployed iu Vancouver total almost 10,000.  Supporters of the Oliver Sovern-  ment are reminded of the January  .meeting of Creston Valley Liberal  Association on Monday night in  Speer's Hall, at 8 o'clock. The executive have an elaborate programme  for 1021 operations to submit, and a  lai ge attendance is hoped for.       .  Christmas trade in Creston was  hardly up to the standards of the two  previous years, although all the stores  had a very satisfactory week's business. With almost one-third of this  year's apple crop still in the grower's  hands money was not available  in .the usual quantities for yuletide  expenditures.  United  Thc sixth annual masquerade ball  tonight (Friday) is the. social'feature  of the week. The affair will be held  in the Auditorium, with dancing at  9 prompt, and Creston orchestra will  furnish music. There will be the usual prizes for the best dressed couple  as well as the best comics, and the ad-  mission is $1,50 per couple, ,  In connection with the young people's club just recently organized, the  Review - has been in error in calling it  the Presbyterian Yonng People's Club.  Its official title is the Creston Young  People's Club. It is undenominational iu every sense of the terca, and its  At the conclu- j membership already embraces young  fro'nKall three of the local churches. . .  taken to the schpot basement where a  Christmas tree was in evidence,.and  Dad' Bio well ^ 'playing the, parti of  Santa Claus/," 84 bf the Canyon child-  school children" each receiving a book.  In addition to tbe presnts <sorae expense was incurred in the securing of  costumes "for" those" takin port in the  play each one of the characters being  dressed for the part taken, and whieh  feature {added much to the effectiveness of the play.  Wynntfet  The stork made a flying visit at  Duck, Cieek on Wednesday, leaying a  wee daughter- at the home of Mr. and  Mrs. Pitt Brooke.  Being unable to get down to Sirdar  as planned for the Christmas tree and  dance last Wednesday the young  people, of the community repaired'to  the Clubhouse fov an informal dance,  and a really jolly evening was spent  everyone enjoying themselves immensely.  , There wes a meeting of rhe Wynndel Athletic Club on Monday night,  wnen details of organization were discussed and names entered on the  membeship roll. Gloves were also  donned and several rounds of iutej-  csting boxirg were staged.  Monday also saw the departure of  the Uri brothers for Burton where  they expert to remain for a month  or so.  Miss Irene und Master Elmer Huh-.  croft' ave here from Porthiil on a visit  to ihiilr giu'rlpuvnts, ��������� Mr. and Mrs.  O. .1. Wigen.  Miss  Marie  Hagen  left on Sundav  for Orimbrook,  wh������Vre she intends remaining for the next three months.  Sunday will see the opening of the  newly-organized Sunday school, for  Which it Iir hoped there will be a good  attendance. Sunday school opens at 2  and a hearty welcome * awaits both  children and grown-ups.  There .will shortly be a meeting of  the Ladies, Auxiliary of the United  Farmers. Look out for. not icon jis to  date, which will be posted at the  stores, , , ���������  Butterflcld Af Son desire to thank  thoir friunda for the generous support  nccorded thorn during the past year  and to wish them all prosperity for  the coming year, Our 1*021 motto will  bo: Small profits and quirk returns  and service.  Local and Personal  The January meeting of Creston  Valley Women's Institute is called for  Friday 'afternoon*.' next. January 7,  when the big item of business will be,  to make 'arrangements for the. furn  ishihg of a, house for district' nurse  Miss McLuhan: Every member is  urged to attend.... .  ��������� To take .care of his constantly expanding flour and feed business T. M.  Edmondson has just installed the telephone, and .wishes to anuounee that  he has two. warehouses filled .to capacity, with everything for man, beast  or poultry, with7good oats going at  ...00 while they last.  Commencing Monday;  January 3, 1921, we will  inaugurate the Cash Discount System.  On Spot Cash purchases we will give a discount of 10%..  5% Discount will be  given on monthlyacconnts  paid by the 10th of the  following ..-month.  No discount will be"  allowed on purchases of  Flour, Sugar or Tobacco.  Mawson Brothers  CRESTON  A -pleasing feature of the installation ceremonies at Creston Masonic  Lodge on Monday night, was the presentation of t% past master's jewel snit-  abty-^ehgrtfve&^'th^^^  "R. J, Long. The,,, presentation was  made by Past Master Speers. 1920 has  been th,e��������� best year in. the recent history of Creston masonary- and as  head of the lodge R. J. has had a  heavy year's work.  John Keen, ex-M.P.P., of Kaslo,  was a yisitor here between trains on  Wednesday. He states that Col. Lister's final majority is 14, but as there  are quite a number of spoiled and  doubtful ballots it is likely a recount  will be heid early in January, and Mr.  Kean is still hopeful that the judge's  count of these will result in his return to represent the Kaslo constituency for another fo,ur years. ,������������������*.���������  The Snnday evening service at the  Presbyterian Church had the real  Christmas flavor to, it throughout.  Rey. Mr. James' aedress was appropriate for the occasion, the church  was nicely decoFa'ted and the music  well in (keeping with the season, the  choir rendering two special.numbers  "Silent Night" and uWhile Shepherds  Watched," while \.T., S. Eby was in  splendid form in his baritone solo,  "Psalm of Hope."  There were sounds "of revelry by  night in the" Alice Siding section on  Wednesday, the piece de resistance  being an oldtime charivari to.H, G.  Wood of, Morris, & Wood*���������oh Staee  Smith' ranch���������who "returned that afternoon from Cranbrook, where be  had been wedded the day previous to  Miss N. Burn. Although resident here  less thiin'a year the groom has made  numerous friends, all of whom extend  heartiest congratulations,.  OecmHmSm Report  Nnmbnr attending, 20. Average attendance, 18. Percentage 89.80. Perfect jlttondancu���������Louise Bevan, Hose  Choirlngton, Arthur Gobbett, Agnes  Hobden, Hnzel Hobden, Eva Holmes,  Keith Littlejohn, Violet Morrow, Earl  Swanson, Tjielnia West, Highest  standing: Junior matriculation���������Dorothy Stark, ^Advanced���������Harry Compton.   Preliminary���������Violet Morrow.  -_; CM. BrcMsson; Principal.  CARP OF THANKS  Through"ThiewReview tlie Sisters of  St, Kugene H^wpitul. Cranbrook, wUb  to extend thoir hearty thnnka and  most sincere wishes for a happy and  prosperous new year to the generous  people- of Greston Vallry who have  noen so kind as to give us u share of  their fruit and vi������getiiWi������K. SISTER  8UPKRIOU,  * The United Farmerrs are hoping  for a full turnout of all the members  as well as those wishing to join up,  at the annual meeting on Tuesday  night at tbe schoolhouse, at 8 o'clock.  The G.- Cartwright ranch looks to  have establsht d a bit of a record in  the way of profitable poultry raising.  23 of their spring Barred Rock cock-  rels were marketed at Creston last  week, and netted the rather handsome total of $44. Several of them  went over seven pounds aach..  Miss *Jeanue Palmer." whose* marriage to H. R. Whimster of Nelson  took pluce on Tuesdav, was guest of  honor at a miscellaneous shower at  the home of Mrs. Frank Staples|on  Thursday afternoon la&t. when most  of thev young people of this section  gathered for a few hours of sociability  with the bride-eleet, as well as to  ���������'shower" her with numerous useful  gifts. The' hostess was assisted 'by  Miss Melva Cartwright' who, had  charge of the tea, while^Misses Jane  Long aud Ruth Klingensmith were in  charge of the refreshments- The  guest has- been a very popular member of the Valiey,s social circle, and  the best wishes of all are extended for  future happiness.  The United Farmers have already  .decided to ask the goyermnent to  hold an apple packing schoql at Erickson this season, and from present  appearances there will also be pupils  enough to have a pruning school as  well.  The most successful entertainment  of the sort ever given In the Valley is  the verdict of those who were present  at the children's entertainment* at the  schoolhouse on Wednesday night last  "w*hie&*-WKS" given largely by theiptipilb  and effort of those^connected with the  Union Sunday school. The programme was ^nicely -balanced, as to literary  rsF   ���������s^hie'h  ailU       U1U9IUU     uuuiucid,     i.xx    ���������  were   carefully  selected.   Recitations  were given *by Perley Putnam, Clarence Botterill,  Ruby 'Martin, Reulah  Peuson,    Rodney   Putnam,   Warren  Harrison.  Edward  Martin and Doug,  las   Putnam,   while there were songs  by   Neola  Clarke,    Edward   Claake,  Marguerite^ Clarke,  ^ith  a  duett by  Kathleen   ar-d   Elizabeth Littlejohn.  The senior girls   had a-chorus, while  Agnes and Thomas Campbell fayored  with a violin duett.     A novel feature  was the ^band ,song in whicn Walter  Dodds,  Lyle Kemp, James Handley,  Donnis  Harrison,   Tony   Kemp   and  Lloyd Cartwright took part.    Rev. G.  Knox   was also   anothei  performer,  wbile'Messrs. Cuming and Hall scored  a great hit with their violin and guitar duett.    After the programme there  was a Christmas tree and a real Santa  Clans who remembered all the Erickson children  with the usual Christmos tree good things, and   then refreshments were served.     A word of  hearty   commendation  . is  due  Mrs.  Kemp  and   Mrs. -Birney. who   were  largelr  responsible * for training the  children for   the entertainment, and  Mrs.  Campbell and   Miss   Hill   who  were in charge of the refreshmeots.  New Year's Eve  MASQUERADE  BAL L  mt~-m0~mm44^a* ^mt^mtmmmmm^mmt^mmmmm^m^mi^m^^mimM^mmmmt^mm^^mm  AUDITORIUM  FRIDAY, Dec. 31st  Bancing at 9 p.m. prompt.  Creston Orchestra Music.  PRIZES for Best LadW and  Gents' Costumes, and Best  Ladies' and Gents'Comics  ADMISSION: $1.50 per couple  Supper, 25c. plate. 30EW;    ORBlSTOSa  ������  ��������� BY ���������  Cleanses the Blooi  Builds Up Strength,  Improves Complexion  Printed    by    Speei-sl   Arrangc-  m-cnts -with .Thps. Allen,  Toronto, Ont,  .        .(Continued)     .,':",.: .ZZp.?.  The banker stood Rooking down  and across the valley....* -P'-���������  "There is another matter about  which'I'*would speak/' he said hesitatingly. "There is a man by the  name of Timberley up here. I understand that he does not like you. Pardon hie, Mr, jOorkin; perhaps I should  As a result of debility, sickness or  improper diet, the blood often be-  _ comes weak and unable to free itself  !   of poisons.  Morbid, unhealthy matter accumulates and breaks out in sores that  discharge and will not heal.  .Washes^ salves and ointments are  useless-because they have no action  on the poisoned blood.  But Dr. Hamilton's Pills cleanse  and enrich ,thc -diseased blood, drive  out impurities and fill it with nutriment and strong building material.-  Ulcers, boils and sores heal up.  Likewise all weakness due to impoverished blood is relieved by these  famous pills, and anaemia, erysipelas and rheumatism go before it as  chaff before fire.  The   skin   grows smooth, complex-  not obstrude myself in.your personal  affairs, but please know I am actuated only by a  desire  to serve you a lion clears, health, vigor an & strength  good turn. ,   -  Again he looked quickly at Dorkin,  who bowed an acknowledgment of his  thanks.  "You see," said Mr, Dayton, his  whole manner changing, "I know  Kim, sir, for the damned cur he is. 2  have reason to know him���������2���������"  Passion strangled * him. He was  white and shaking. But with an effort he' mastered his feelings, and  went on more calmly:���������  "You are a man, Mr. Dorkin, and  3 know you will understand. - 1  would like .you to know just what a  hound this Timberley is. He deliberately won my ward's loye and her  consent and'mine to become Ms wife,  his purpose, being to secure her fortune. How do _I kuow this? He  got drunk, one night, and boasted of  it. By God, sir, he dragged her  name into his bar-room filth, and  '.laughed over his conquest with his  drunken associates. 1 heard of - it.  J went to his office. I accused him,  First he denied.. Then he confessed  that he had said it,  ' "1 went back to the little girl who  loved that hound and believed in him.  3 told her all. She did not for a  moment question the truth of my  ���������Statement. God love her,, never, in  her whole life has she had reason to  do that���������. She wrote him a brief  note and sent him back his ring, Ncdci  .'day we came up here, Mr. Dorkin. He  has followed us. He will injure us  in some way���������if he can,"  Again he sought his handkerchief  and wiped his brow.  "Mr. Dorkin," he said apologetically, "I have no right to burden you  with out troubles. .- You must pardon  an old man wh*o has been somewhat  carried away, to-day, in the contemplation of a villain's intended perfidies. But I wished you to understand fuily the kind of man you have  to deal with."  "Then you know, for a certainty,  that hc intends disturbing nie?" Dorkin  asked gravely.  :'Yes; I met, him on the- trail the  other day, and, among the other  pleasant things he, told me,, was that  fn- intended to drive you out of this  place."  ".I am grateful to you for warning  rae, Mr. Dayton,'' said Dorkin warmly. "I shall be on my guard. Already, I think 1 have found signs of  Timberley's master hand���������and I shall  watch for cuhrr*. Nov/," he said,  laying liis big hand on the thin arm  of his visitor, "you must come to the  cabin and havc some refreshments, i,  would V'.rv much like you and your  nice-  *o  r-.-r.-ir.i7-,   -,ry -guest-",  for a  few  are evident cm all sides.  the moss, here.      You hold her so,  while I, go get-bome water.-"  Twenty, .caiijutcs lat^r, Edna's eyelids fluttered, and she came back to  consciousness with a sigh. Mr. Dayton was bathing her temples. For  a time she lay passive, then she struggled to-a'sitting posture.  "She'll Be all right now." Washburn assured^the' banker. "Jest let  her re'st a b^ys^iUe I try and find out  what that skunk's been doin',"  He turned away towards the enclosure.  "Uncle," said the girl,^ catch in. her  voice, "it was Tom 1"    ���������'--'���������'.-' ���������-.<yp :*���������.���������''  Mr, Dayton was silent.      ���������.*.-���������;���������������������������.  ���������'**P^,:.sKe*jsgbbea,'^p think.of iti  It all"'���������seeriis* so*".' incredible, so horrible-" ' '-������������������'-���������-������������������ *>���������������������������" ���������'::>" "������������������''������������������������������������'       ",-        .  "Forget it, -dear," 'he comforted.  "Surely if you--had a shred of regard  still remaining, for him, it is nervy destroyed,  Edna.".        ���������        'L.-uji-J.-r  She leaned'tiack against a tree and  closed her eyes'.  ��������� Pa/Washburn. was coming back up  the path. Under his"arm he carriedi  a.tiny, spotted animal with;long legs  and ears, arid big, -velvety-eyTs.  He came forward'and laid his little  burden' in the Jap of the girl,  they're like it-on this deviltry. "I'll  jest watch them gents, and if they  turn in towards the Preserve, I'll  back-trail 'em, by ginger 1"  But the canoe which bore Haight  and Darbo did not turn in towards  thc Preserve. It kept straight on  upstream. Washburn waited till a  distant crook of the bank hid it, then  he stepped out from his hiding-place.  "You saw that half-breed," he said,  turning to Edna and her uncle. "We'll,  I bet anythin', either him or his half-  brother, White Hawk, could tell who-  it was shot Daddy Farney."  "And who is White Hawk?" inquired Mr. Dayton.  ."He's a thievin', murdering Injun."  Washburn spat disgustedly, and  screwed up his face in a grimace.  "A- lone wolf that's bcen cut off .from  the pack, and one jest about due to  mak*������ his last* stand, I guess."  (To be continued)  A blood remedy for blood diseases,       t?*j���������-��������� . ������������������    -*. . t_-���������   <      .���������*.-���������������������������-������������������  the formula of a famous physician- ������';������"?? ^saK^.h^lh ln 'T?������f  no improvement can be made on Dr.   ^j^rp"s*'\! ,������h>,J^^.*"1���������1*  Hamilton's Pills, j thing-    she  cried.      "What's it, Mr,  *   Their use extends to the people of, ^^J'?^1*1/'     U,-    ��������� .,       - ���������iV  many nations  and    thousands    have I'      Its a fa^.Miss/\*t>a* settler an-  proved that they do relieve when -all v.f.S^;^V������^l-5lU1VCr^g ���������%T*?*a  else fails '   T"at sncaltsnot its mother..   1 found  No matter what your ailment WrJte*4j^  be, if it has its origin in the blood it   St^&n-&e,^*J^  ���������is relieved with Dr   Hamilton's Pills.-     Thc S?*1 s ^es grew Wldc Wlth ho-r-  Sold everywhere, 25c a box. ..  ror.     "He shot, its mother,' you say?J'  her lips  mumbled stiffly,     "Oh, no!  C-t^All.      0*'jV.L :   mil*.       xltrt X I**  Surely no t-^~hb t that J'  -^-"Edna, " dea*,"    begged her uncle,  "compose-yourself."     He glanced im-  That    agent    is    in  thc vicinity  of  Lookup, now, and expects to be able' ��������� compose.yourserr/"     j  to give me a definite report soon.    *itf P-iormgly at \^ashburn.  it necessary that I meet him for a Ht- '���������-.... ?��������� W-ible.sorry,f .iold".ye,about  tie time each dav, Mr.    Dorkin.    &1-. Zl> M,lss'    said the. native, simply.      I  though it humiliates me greatly to fc<\; was? E  know;in  obliged to'do so secretly.     You see "'��������� away-  you'd   take   it that-  he -smiled, his nervous fingers giving! :��������� The giri was-crymg now, the little  DorWs arm a fatherly pressure, "I i ^wn gathered* close in her arms. Its  have promised my physician and dear! Wce, black muzzle pressed her warm  Edna that I will entirely banishl ne<*5 $*-liquid eyes weres hidden b~-  thoughts* of business while-up here in ntt^?ls lon������ lashes. ,.: It. slept,  your '"for-st Elysium. Thus," heT,. V1 h���������%.to-.ffi b.ack and tell Dor-  sighed, "am t forced to resort to I ������������������' said M^ Washburn, 'I won t  stealth, whirh 2'abhor." be ver3(  long gone; it's not moren  T-*.    1 j 0 i-      .t.        ii       ^    -   ,.   two,?miles back.' ��������� ���������<-.������������������...  .  ^F^1"', "*<*������������������ <he self-contempt       E(lna made as though to handle him  in the old mans face, felt strangely' . . -=  drawn     towards    him.       Surely,    he  i the baby deer, but he shook .his head  "I'.guess maybe you kin keep that  leetle thing, -if ;you so mind," he told  her. "Dorking I'm sure, would be  only too willin-V'an' she'll make you  a nice pet. E������o you v/ant to keep  her?" he asked gently. .... v_...    ' :'  "Oh, if I only might!" ..cried Edna.  "The lovely; ;wee'; thing.     'See how at  .snuggles; against?my face, uncle 1"  . Washburn grinned.     Sunshine was  Manslaughter in Second Degree ���������  Cutting corns with a razor is dangerous and useless. The only remedy is Putnam's Corn Extractor,  which removpi corns arfd warts in  one day. Because painless and safe,  U-se -only "Putnam's," 25c per bottle  at all dealers.  ErmineTrinruiung i  Black Velvet Cap������  By Gertrude Beresfo;-&,  The Menace of Ressia  ilav-v it  ���������.���������fr,  l  .* .'*.  i:    r.r, ���������.{*, ir  r.rov������? to yon  thc     vj.  :��������� n rj  . -." t'.'.  !     things  which can bc  nor.tf   v.  i:'-.  our   *vii*i   tri  .-r.'if',   through  limpir.  -:..-:  *, ..  i r.'.: ���������  : . "  Mr.   i  '���������>������:���������'  '. 0 T;  rr,-.r;r.:-r''d  a few we'll-  r.ho-etr.  ���������-.'.' 0  '.' vi *.  o:   thruik  ���������;.      "You arc  mo.*it   k.  .:*.**:  7--rJ  ;   \ *".r:SVi**:���������.:  ;.te,  Mr.   Dor-  V-rp  h*  ' ���������������������������?.  vi,  ;������=.  -p-y  \-..  rr.ed back to-  ward-s  *.-.������.  **. P\  ':,:;-*,   "bur  I   Fc-ir   I   am  lorccd  0-  '\  '���������-,���������,  o-.irsf.'vc*'  , c'le honor of  [.lore   i  in 7*  hi.:'*   vifiit  .vlrh you, at  ihir.   vr  'if. .  \  4    .     .        V         .  i a y   i   . :.:���������:  your   conful-  tr.ee ���������������������������  ������   , >  :��������� .-���������.  rtnr.r by .  rlling you ex-*  fcCliy   why-"'  'He ft-'i'i-ncr-rl ;rr.\,!if.iirV,y\yr.]y Uq a**  Dorl'ir,, ther:, a j, tiiougii assured hy  Ihr; './i-jijiPmhrPj steady ;*;az*", he pro-  fte--.de d, "The f;ioit i.n, 1 am interested in secunr,:; iho option on a large  pulp wood iraot, a e.-.onsiderable dis-  Jane-.o norm v nTe," hr; '.'xplaincd,  "and as, for e-.ertain reasons, '( do not  ir/isli io appear, pTSonally, in the  ileal, I am workivi)/ through an agent.  KIDNEY  thought, Edna Marsh had been most  fortunate in having for her guardian  one so sclicitous of her slightest  wish.  "Mr. Dayton," he said, as they  reached the cabin, "please look upon  Hardwoods Retreat as open to you  and Miss Marsh at all times. When  yoti have concluded your business  with your agent*, it would please me  greatly to have you spend a part of  your vacation here." .. ���������;  Mr.-"Dayton cleared his throat. He, ing. strides;"**  did  not  answer.^      But  the  hand   on      .Jn. less :thaiv-^am.hour *h'c was back  Dorkin s   arm   tightened  a   little   be-; His deep eyes gka??ied with.righteous  fore it was lifted. * indignation    and ; his  carroty,  grey-  ,.V ^s. late afternoon-when Dor- strcake'd'goatee "bristled angrily-be  km s/yisi tors-departed for Lookup.. neath his set mouth; '���������"������������������'"'Z-. '-"'  ~V.. . Washburn, his corn-cob pine | . ������lt>s aU right'fer that man, Timber-  alight. ^ his. blue eyes dancing with , ley to monkey.'with gunpowder, if.  appreciation ot his city boarders' ex-1 his'taste so runs," he growled, as he  pressions of wonder and delight at ;hft^ the sleeping, fawn from the  tne marvelous things. Dorkin wa.s do-; girrs- arnis ^^ludked it beneath his  mgm his Hardwoods Retreat, proud-   arm>      ������But rm"���������ot invyin'.Mii.ui"' his  place  when   Dorkin  brings  him  to  a  show-dov/n, not me.".    ...  They  passed, in  silence, down' the  remaining part di' thc" upper portage.  As     Washburn     drew   their   canoe  .,.,,, , from the copse of willows, along the  knows  wild   things so wc.l  he  could; lake, -another'cah'oe,''manned    by    a  walk right m on a sleepin' grizzily an'| .white man and a half breed, rounded  scratch it under the chin,      I've seen ��������� a  point *closc  at* hand.      Washburn  him pick a she blacks cub # right up j made a motion to .those behind him,1  from under her very nose���������just artrrj putting   the   bushes   between   himself,  ly led the way down the trail to the  first portage.  "I'm tellin' you,3' hc shouted ovcr  his shoulder, "nobody else in " the  world coiild 'a' done it but him. Why,  by the flattailed beaver! that Dorkin  Bolshevistic    Russia    Constitutes    a  Formidable Menace to the Peace  of the World. * '  Kussia today is more imperialistic  than in the days of the czars. The  czars were restrained ^y dynastic  reasons and some-sense.-.of decency,  while Bolshevist Russia is in the grip-  of the -psychology of the. Mongols*,  and, whether he planned so or not,  Lenine is a Tartar despot,  The world would not see thc^Gef-  man peril in time, so rivers of blood  flowed. So far it has refused to perceive the Russian danger. It has been  fooled by propaganda and words. It  has 6hut its eyes to tlie- clemehtal  truth that vast population's do hot  quickly alter their characters; that  Russia is Russia and will remain so;  that 170,000,000 people who can be  used without stint as the cannon fodder of the small imperialistic group  holding mastery over them constitute  a formidable inenace to-pea;ce eyer3'-  where.���������Frorn the.:N.Y. -Tribune.'.'  Few women can resist the appeal ofi  black and white, which is, perhaps,  the most effective combination in tb������  realm of dress. This generously-cuS  "wrap is originated in black velvet. A  plaid effect; is suggested, by the  rows of pure white cire ribbon that  are set vertically    and    horizontally-  Wireless Telephones in Albertai.������  It .has been announced by Dr.' R. W,  Boyle, of the Alb-ejrta Uniyersij:y(rth^t*  within 12 " months .an cxperimntal  plant will be established for- wireless  telephone demonstrations for points  ln.the-prbvih.ee.  about its  folds,  ermine  makes  a  and    adds    much  fronts,  meteor.  A  broad  band  of  sumptuous    collar  richness    to    the  The    lining    is    of    white  A  small  hat  of white  kid  .and a dress - of white serge complete this cpstume, that;.is designed  .especially, for southern -wear.  ���������sfr^:;"'     .���������?���������?������������������.  ...   v.'.,     ._.... '.....- .  YOU   (RT6   not  experimenting   wli en  you   use  Dr.  Chas-e's Oinfc-  m-ent -Tor Eez-?ma and   Skin   Irrtt-a-  tions.   It relievt-s t*% onco and gradu-  -aUy heals tho skin.    Sample box Qu'  ���������Chase'a Ointment; free if yon mention this  paper and send 2c. stamp for postage.   60c. a  box; all dealers,oy Edmau.-'on,- Bates & Co0  .- Limited, Toronto,   -'.'���������'��������� ���������-?���������;  she's been hibernatin' too, an' cross!  as b'azes. An' wJiat did she do, dv. e.i  s'pose? Why, ding it all, she tore  round some, an' scolded, but she rnd-  r-d by folio ri n' him into thc Preserve.  That's a she bear every time. She'll  wade through hell-fire to get with her  cubs."  Edna Marsh, who was walking next  "to Pa Washburn, came out of her abstraction to laugh at the native'-s  v/ord|3.  "1 quite agree: with you, Mr. Washburn," she said. '"Nobody else could  have done it,"  The guide turned his head quickly,  to give her a quizzical look. Her  face flushed, but she mot it unwaveringly. >  and the shore at. the same timu. The  canoe ��������� passed close beside their hiding-place without its occupants guessing, ihpir proximity,  "That's thc half-breed, Darbo,"  whispered Washburn. ."I've never  seen   the  white    feller    before,    but  KIDNEY  faint and Dizzy Spells,  Weakness and  Shortness of .Breathe  You can generally tell when th<-  heart is a/fcctcc] by the faint nnd dizzy spells, the shortness of breath, na!  They proceeded in silence for some jpitation, throhbin'g, irregular beating,  di'taner.      They w-rc now travelling'smothering.sensations, weak, sinl.iug.  Just Imagine  The delicioub preserves you would make il you could wrilli out .into tin orchard ol  One 'i'liouBuiKl Acres . of rip������, luscious fruit. In tho pink ol condition, picking'only  the choicest, using nothing with if,but puve icarie sugar, and, il, in addition, yo\3  bad the n*osi -scientific riiaclrincry to turn it ������tit���������Don't you think your Jam would  bi- just  about  perfect?    Ihir  is  lust  ho*w /  ���������   K Dt--.:..,SMITH^'&.--SONS, -Limited  MAKF,  THEIR  JAMS   AKfl?   JELLIES  Thep   wero  lhc   ftr������t   to  make   Pure  Jnm-9   in   Cnnadsi,   nnd   are  atill   IcadlnO  to -popularity.     Try   n  tin   ol  their  new   ������e������aon8; etra-wberry.     It   is   delicioua.  Ati*  your  Krocer  lor  TL   D.j,Smith's  Jnina  with  the   Mi>pl������  Leal  label.  E. D, Smith. & Sons, Limtitedl    ^^S^o^fl.���������oIITArMST���������,���������  Western* Distributcro  Wateon & Truesdal**, Wirnipegi* Regina and Saskatoon, Snafc.    Donald H. Jiol������ Co.,  . Caltrary and  Edtnonton,  Alta. - '���������"  muju*Tv*%J>*#*m''  KWte|  a trail running parallel with the Pro  serve. A twist i'n il brought to view  a widening glade, with a tiny lake lying like a  teal's blue-white egg on a  all-gone  feeling,'choking    sensation,  etc. ";'  Many    men   and   -women   become  rundown  and  worn  out  when  oth<*r-  nest   of   brown   rushes.       Edna   was , wise thcy could be strong and healthv  about  to   exprrsa  her delight at  the \������' ^CV would only pay some attention  ���������    "      to thc first siyn of heart weakness.  No   ������-emcdy   will   do   so   much   to  malec  the  heart   regain  strength arid  view v/hen she felt her uncle grip her  arm, ffc pointed across to thc  hardwoods. The girl's eyes follow-  r.<\, and r>hc gave a little tfasp. Standing, in full "iev/ of them, some hundred yards away, his back towards  them, wa������ a man -rlrt-vwd in grey  twfi-fds and broad Stetson hat. As  they watched him, he raised a rifle,  fired at 'or.H-'hing beyond hirn, and  quickly   -vanished among  tho  trees.  Washburn, who had turned about  at F.dna'i exclajnatlon, in time to  catch sif/ht of the vandal, cursed beneath  his  hre-tith.  Mr. Dayton stood, tr^mhli/ig, grip  ping,  a   tree   for   support,  le  gir  vigor, regulate its bent and' restore  it to a heahhy and normal condition  aa Miiburn's Heart and Nerve Pills.  Mrs,  C. A.  S.  Drake,  Paris,  Ont.,"  writes:���������"1 havc n������cd on towards the  second  box  of   Miiburn's  Heart  and  Nerve  Pills and find thcy have done  me good.    I had those fainting, dizzy  spells, once in a while, nnd also weak-  mrss and shortness   of   breath,    and  would become ho choked tfp at times  J   could   h.irdjy   slrep   without   sitting  up in  bed,    Wh<m   walking  too  last  ,..,.. 1 would have to stop and try to catch  ... 'Timber-, my  bicalh,    I  feel si Jot belter since  ��������� V*" bv K^pcd, hin cyrn flrekmg thc'J have used your pills and know that  irl'fl,       Her   far;***   had   gonr   deathly! they   have  helped  mc wonderfully as  Counter Check Books  Provide the only mean, by which you can hcep an abeoUvtt- accurnto cbeclt on yot������������  eale*.. The new luxury tax nnd oalea tax makes U necessary tp keep ������uch a recwu.  Wc moke **al������8 books ������uitnblo lor any line ������J business, with oltUer eaupnenvto ot triplicate copiea.  TRIPLliGATE BOOKS  Theri Is ������ henry demand Just now for triplicate bookr. Wo i-t~tt t* ifwai  vftiiety ol wipHcate books, both i* separate eorbon lenl.nnd blnr\ back style.  Write ua lor aample and prices beJore placing your next order, w ������aU any oi  eMtr agents to give you this information. * ���������   *  "     ':   . ������������������      ~, i  Vegetable  ParcKmcnt Bwttcif Wrapper*)  W������ ������������ in'the best position ol any Arm in Canada to fill your order promptly  lor parchment buuer wrappers, either printed or-plum. w������ -are Laego importers ������1  this brand ol puper, and have special ladlitlcn i������J printin������ wruppere Un either ������n0  or two colors oi ink,  WAXED PAPERS  fVe also wontifacturo a complete line ol waxed bread and jurat wrappero, plain  or printed, veaxed paper rolls tor home use, and waxed papers lor all purposes.  Our equipment is the most modern and complete to be lounit in Canada. Our  goods ar* first class and our service is prompt. Let as prove this to >ou on ������oiu  next order ior Counter Check. Hooks, Parchment Paper, **- Waxed Paper.  I'or quotations apply to publisher et this paper.  rsr  W.   W.    0,    1348  pair,        Shu    drooped    and    s-.vaynl.l   luivr  unproved  very  much."  eliahtly.      Wanliburn ,npr;iriK forward |    Price 50t, a box  ut all dcalcra o������  and rauK^it her as she r II." -   .mailed direct on-receipt ol price by  "r>li������*n    tHtu.tn."   he, Snfoi mtd >icr' Thc T. Milburn Co., Limited, Torcn*  truardlan.      "We'll  l;iy her down on to, Ont.  Appleford Counter Check Book Co.,  HAMILTON, ONTv���������BRANCH OVV1CER AT  TORONTO, MONTREAL. W1NNIPKO AMD VANCOUVBR,  tt-m--  1-SW-^'l-SlljiW  00*v.  k  .  v<  t.'ei  %  t I -  IHE  CRESTS   REVIEW  .*  ������r.  rrk4' .*,  I PL  ���������z  \jpi ,**������������������  ft iv*-"  -.   V  /J  Decision and Indecision  By T. M. EDMONDSON.  Decision and indecision; words very much alike,  But they differ in their meaning as day differs from the night.  Decision is an old word���������part of thr mighty plan,  When as the scriptures sayeth, God said, '%f������t us make man."  JJy His creative hand, and Mis decisive will,  This part of God's creation He surely did fulfil,  lie gave to man decision, as you wiii aii agree,  When he was put on trial beside the apple tree.  No court, no judge, no jury were at this famous trial,  It was. a woman lawyer who thus caused Adam's fall.  Shocked with this indecision, which made the heavens ring,  Adam gained his first experience which made his conscience sting.  And from that day to this late hour  We reap seeds of indecision's power.  And thus blind indecision���������blind to the cause of right���������  Crept painfully into this world, this land of pure delight.   ���������  We leave this sacred story to study when you will ,���������  While we permeate the regions of science, art and skill,  In the" splendid comparisons, the seven wonders of the work),  We find decision pictured by the British flag unfurled,  In the seven wonders of the world we eee science, art and .skill  Surpassing all our thoughts; subduing all our will.  The Pyramids of Egypt���������the place of many tombs���������  Intricate in construction as .the threads of weavers' looms,  Stand forth as monuments of decision's mighty towers,  The abode or resting place of kingly sepulchres.  In geometrical dignity these wonders of the age  Have never fully been depicted by poet, bard or sage.  \ Imposing and impressive, the home of supposed souls,  We leave them in their glory as eternal ages roll.  The hanging gardens of Babylon, in grandeur so sublime,  We see decision's character that no art can define.  But.of the other wonders of the world't magnificence  We have not space to tell as you see at a glance.  The North Star in the:heavens is a decisive star,  It guides the mariner at sea, and explorers from afar.  In Africa's lonely'forest it stood forth as the sun;  It guided Stanley's way, and also Livingstone.  If decision is so important as epochs and eras roll  Thehi surely, more important the decision of ther soul.  The soul shall live forever though all other things have died   'Twill return to its Creator if redeemed by the crucified.  We are entering on a new year, a most happy event,  W hen every individual should make a covenant,    .  It would help to ease life's burdens; help to walk the narrow way;  Will it be for decision or indecision, say? " '  Then oh New Year's Day, should troubled billows roll,  Pray chase them all away; Jesus lover of my soul.  FURNITURE!  FIFTEEN DAYS ON LY  will allow  P  er Cent. Off  ALL  Furniture, Beds  and Mattresses  Now is the time to buy.  Hardware & Furniture Supply  m. j. boyd     Company  Manager  BUILDING  We can  supply  Portland  Cement  or  rlAiiib Ur  .-.������r  Shingles  Lumber  all sizes and  grades.  anyon City Lumber Company  i:;;.:u������:;,:jiJj;Jlf;;;--l|<ii;:;;iiMWW.TW',.M*'.;.,!-.:: '!;.i *    '��������� ';'' :';' ''>'  Institute Closes  Successful Year  Financially as well as in every other  direct ion 1920 wiii go down -in history  as the banner year of Creston Valley  Women's Institute, judging by the reports turned uYafthe annual meeting  early in the m������nth. In the way of  -raising funds to meet all running expenses the ladies.gathered in $522 lust  year which with a balance of $155  from last yeat gave them a revi-mie of  $677. . Of this amount $342 came from  the various public entertainments and  the balance was mostly from the teas  that feature the regular meeting, and  the annual fees of a membership just  under 100. A reyiew of the year's operations is briefly given in the report  of Mrs. J. W. Hamilton, the retiring  secretary-treasurer, which follows :  The membership this year consists of  86 members and 11 associate, total 97,  A yeai ago last April we started a  lending library, free to members of  the Institute, and last October the Institute handed over their library of a  little over.SQp books to the Public Library Association.  - The Institute has been instrumental  in getting a public health nurse for  this district,, and at the meeting in  May decided to send out subscription  forms for eyery member. This started  the campaign which the health committee from the different organizations'in the district have continued  since June, resulting in the arrival of  Miss McLuhan last month. The Institute has been able to be tof assistance  ir. some cases of need of help, the sum  spent in relief work amounting to $66.  Another good work has been the introduction of ' hot. lunches in the  school, on which the institute has  spent$53.20. Besides these amounts  we have;-donated $15 to the fair in  prizes, and $10 each to-the Navy League and the Federated Institutes.  Papers have been read on. different  subjects by the members, and Mr.  Schofield of .St. John's Ambulance Society gave an address in_March. The  juhior members gave a short program  in April and served tea at the December meeting..  The big event of our year was the  conference held on Aug. 31 and Sept,  1 and 2, and which went off without a  hitch, and thougn it cost the Institute  about $150 left us with a halanee on  hand at the end of September of $53,  A yi-siting committee has been established to visit the public and high  school, and their recommendations  brought before the notice of the trustees- We have $125 on hand at the  end of the year to carry forward.  Fob Saue���������Bell piano, in splendid  shape, rcaeonabie price and terms. J.  A. P, Crompton, Oreston.  For Sale���������Set of bobsleighs with  2-inch cast iron shoes, almost new.  P. Burns (Canyon) Erickson P.O.  Between trucks and autos of numerous makes there are now over 100  motor vehicles in the Valley, the licences to operate which expire on Dec,  31������t. As "there is considerable *'red  tape" in connection with the issue of  new. licences Provincial poliee Vaehon  will appreciate an early "call from  those who will be taking out licences  for use at the first of the year.  HEIFER ESTRAY  Lost���������Red heifer, about two yearn  old, under sized, branded (VI on right  hip, left horn shorter than"right. Reward to party notifying me us to the  animal's whereabouts. A. Mirabelli,  Creston,  SAVE AND PREPARE  . Success {generally comes to those who go looking for st, and the man with a 'substantial  Savings Account is always ia a position tb  c*mm00^m0     emmmmmJk     .���������������,������������������������ mm-.��������� 8^5gg*u^3aa     fjirxzsz     rzc-~r^=,s..x.cr--xjstiis-.���������i      irsjsa  ������S iiSp   gvvii    v-JSp-ix* **wiau������������    x*wx     mxx *������ vovuiVUl,     V*  SsSV-ssSSS-sHS-Siiss***  CATTLE ASTRAY  Jersey heifer, 8 years old, also two  red- and white heifers (Shorthorn)  which haye. been around my place  since summer. Owner can have came  on payment of feed bill. N. STONES,  Lister.  HORSE ASTRAY  There has been placed in iny charge  by the provincial police on December  12, 1020, small grey horse with .indistinct hrand on right shoulder, has been  shod*- Unlaws owner claims same on or  before January 8, 1021, animal will be  sold to nay expenses, P. J. DEWAR,  Wynndel.  CALF ASTRAY   ,  Came to my promlHus on or about  December 2, one red calf. Owner can  have Mime on paying all expenses.  JAS. COMPTON, Creston,  nm,m,lm,mttmmmmmiamm*i44mimimsm4m44r<tmimtmmmmtim4immi4 ummt4ii;tmim'mutmmi' tmw mn������   ������������������ mm  CATTLE ASTRAY  Two head of cuttles One leil heifer  2 ycars old, and one red and white  steer I year old, branded C W on left  nhouldor. $5 peifc hoacl reward to  porty taking them up and notifying  me.   CAUL WlttTCN, Wynndel.  Save!   Open an account with this Bank at  once*    Interest paid at current rate.  MB  OP GASVAJOA.  GRESTON BRANCH,  C. W. ALLEN,  Manager.  UA1 .t-fcitMJ  We   have   an   exceptional   opportunity of  closing   with   a   large* quantity of  Oat  Feed which would enable  us to  retailN  this excellent fodder at $17.50 per ton.  Gall in as soon as possible, see sample,  arid   let   us    know   your   requirements.  ireston Fruit Broprs  LIMITED  First, let us thank you for the  more than fair share of your  patronage during the year just  closed;  And may the New Year usher in  a period of unbounded happiness and prosperity for each of  you.  Crestoii Mercantile Company  LIMITED  BANK BY MAIL  Regular saving will soon show a hand-  tome balance in the depositor's account.  It may be difficult for you to come to the  bank always when you want to deposit  Send in deposits by mail���������they will be as  carefully handled as though you handed  them over the counter. 77A  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  PAID-UP CAPITAL       .        -        $15,000,000  RESERVE FUND .        -        $15,000.00a  CRESTON BRANCH, C. G. Bennett, Manager.  smsssss  mmtaimmimmmWtm wZ  UP:  .Tt7^^^:|;:0^ETTT-p:w, ��������� ���������*#^TO^';.':::*&Z  nri  MrfZ  I ne  Canadian JL&ankmg System   -,,  ,.-- ���������     >   " ���������  In the course of this scries of articles, dealing with, the respective legislative and administrative.functions and powers of the Dominion Parliament  and Provincial Legislatures, consideration was given last week to thc subject of Public Health, wTiich is largely, although not entirely, a matter for  Provincial action. This week attention is directed to a subject which  comes solely within the jurisdiction of the Dominion, namely, Banking, incorporation of Banks, currency, coinage and issue of paper money.  The subject of Banking is very much in the public mind at the present  time, as it always is in periods of "tight money" and when .an' economic  necessity arises, not in the interest of the Banks alone, but in the interest  of thc. whole country, to curtail credit and prepare for- financial storms. A  Bank, or a country, that failed to so protect itself avould be: like the'captain  of a sailing ship who refused to shorten his sail on a falling barometer. It  would be to invite disaster. Yet, at the present time, there are loud outcries in certain quarters because the Banks are adopting a course which  common prudence demands. Z....   v  The necessity imposed upon the Banks of protecting the moneys entrusted to them by depositors and investors, Is seized upon by unthinking  people, and those who feel they have a personal grievance because thcy cannot obtain all the credit they demand, to clamor for a change in the Banking systcm of Canada, and a periodical agitation is revived for the establishment of some system of Local or Provincial Banks. Those who voice such  a demand shut their eyes to the fact that all.Banking history, especially in  new countries, has served to demonstrate the weakness of local Banking in-  gitutions and to prove the strength of a Federal system under which the  money resources of one section of the country can, in periods of stress and  emergency, bc made available tn less favored or more needy sections. This  fact was finally recognized in the United States by the creation some six  or seven years ago of the Federal Reserve Banks.  The fact also must be recognized that, so far as Western Canada is concerned, it is still a borrowing country. Loans still far exceed deposits in  amount. This is natural and inevitable tn a new country where the work  of development is yet in its infancy. Inasmuch as the loaning power of a  Bank is dependent upon the volume of its deposits, purely Local or Provincial Banks in the West would of necessity be weak and the,ir power to meet  the credit demands of the people here limited. A Bank is after all but a  trustee of the money of one group of people, the depositors, and the agency  through which that money is loaned upon satisfactory security and at  profitable rates of interest to another group, the borrowers. If. a Bank  should consider borrowers only, it would be false to the .trust reposed m  it by deposittors. It would soon have no depositors and hence nothing to  loan.  Again, those who advocate���������who even demand���������that Provincial Governments shall go into the Banking business, lose sight of the fact that the  Fathers of Confederation in their wisdom, and with the experience of the  ages to guide them, specifically provided in the Canadian constitution that  the Federal Parliament, and it alone, should Have jurisdiction in the matter  of Banking. Those who demand that Provincial Governments set up systems of Banking to suit the particular needs of their own people are asking for something Provincial Governments and Legislatures have no power  to grant.  Provincial Governments have power to create such institutions as Farm  Loans Boards, and our Western Provinces have established such organizations, but everybody recognizes that thc ability of these Boards to make  loans is strictly limited to thc amount of money Governments are able to  borrow on the security of the whole Province, which money Is then turned  ovcr to thc Boards to put out in loans. If the people who have money  will not lend it to the Governments for this purpose, the Farm Loans  Boards cannot make loans. And if because of local conditions the people  have not the money to loan to the Governments, they in turn havc- nothing  to loan-on farm mortgages.  Therefore, even if the Provinces had power to incorporate, and create  Banks, such Banks would be subject to local conditions and limitations very  similar to those affecting the operations ..of Farm Loans Boards. A Federal  Bank, on the other hand, is not subject to these restrictions but may employ is resource;^ derived from onc section of the country for credit purposes elsewhere.  Diko'cr* recently tried the experiment of State  iilc money was plentiful, labor at a  and top-r.ou-U prices were being paid for farm and  that a reaction has set in, these State Banks  Banks in. North Dakota clos-  Holiy Tie^s in England  Grow Sixty Feet High With Far-  Reaching B ranched  The holly tree is common in England,* and its glossy leaves and gleaming berries shine.-.out in copse . and  roadside hedge as plentifully asv the  wild roses or the blackberry bushes.  The holly trees in tthe New Forest  are more vigorous than anywhere else  on earth. Thcy sometimes grow" to  be sixty feet high, with huge trunks  two or three feet thick, and wide-  reaching branches. With their smooth,  slate-grey stems and gleaming foliage  of green ivory, they are the most  striking trees in England, not excepting even the colossal oaks and yews,  which constantly draw the traveller's  attention.  "Oral Hygiene" Lay;  Education Series  "YOUR TEETH v  JJii������������jAOiJ<a   ~>Sr   \*Fl\IjSSS\A-1*1.  By Rea Proctor McGee, M.D., D.D.S.,  Editor Oral Hygiene.  The highest death-rate is beUyecn  thc ages of two and six years of age.  At two years the eruption of the tern  /    xi.'-������������������' ���������-   u u :        K~���������T^t������j    pains and aches of lumbago, neuralgia*  porary teeth is just being completed    mUgde 8trainf joint Btm^t sprahisj  Nearly all children are subject to  worms, and many are born with them.  Spare them suffering by using Mother  Graves' Worm Exterminator, an excellent remedy.  A Roast From Rudyard  Not long ago Mr. Kipling wrote a  story for an American magazine. The  publisher, who was a bit of a crank  on total abstinence, learned that in  the story the hero drank a glass of  sherry, and he wrote thc author asking that some non-alcoholic beverage  should be -substituted. Kipling made  no objection.  "Oh, ail right," he wrote back,  "make it a glass of Blank's baby food.  I see hc advertises largely in your  magazine."���������The Boston Transcript.  ffl>  MM AND PAINS  ���������'  ft '   " - ���������        ���������   "    I   aim     .    *'  Any man or woman who &~~~p9  Sloan'a bandy will tell you  that same thing  f-> SPECIALLY those frequently  JH attacked by rheumatic twinges.  ��������� ���������*������������������**.A counter-irritant, Sloan's:* Lini*  rnenfc scatters the congestion and penetrates without rubbing to Che afflicted  part, soon relieving the ache and pain.  _ Kept handy and us-ed everywhere  for reducing and finally eliminating tha  Rubber Industry ia Canada.  In a preliminary report on the rubber industry just issued by the Bureau  of Statistics, some interesting figures  are found. The report shows that  nearly $43,000,000 is invested in the  industry and it employs approximately 11,500 people. -���������  Nasty Throat Droppings  Catarrhal Discharges  Quickly Relieved  The    Slate,    ot    ]  Banks.      Thcy ar.-pc-a  premium, Wugci P-iA.  otiter co;'iu'*o*.mi**?.,  arc C-oZr.j; l!-...*[:   dc  5ng in ten flay; re*:  The  writer   o<  :-J to fiourish  i;'*   e>nv.*  n o  i.l; ?1 IO'iid  have ���������:-..<-'.  and r-'-vv'  ir..T -i . --."'  ace-is-Uio'  \\-.~- '������������������������������������ rr  ;,-.;!    P.   JL  UUS..  -very  c i ���������-; j c.  A \h  ���������A   O!  iOM  tliirtee  .*- 'io'i an apologist for Canada's Banks, but  t thc financial institutions of this Dominion  world conditions during the last six ycarg,  -a wobbled or failed. This question of Ban Ices t in Canada, and it lc so easy to make false  ru-eriior..1*?, and thug shake public confidence,  ':'������������������> .:���������!)-.���������--. :'.f*ectfic* criticisms of Canadian Banks  :-.M'..'\.-.|\!c.nt   article.  Fiiduincr  ���������Mr\  .IVI Teg  'Ac--  vi.i v c  Long   ; '*,-:; m  -:.-". "i*-. ���������-:  One  Ar ���������", *.-,;���������  thr*y \:  lool-if*;  -.,  'rl:*  live-  tA~  i h i ���������*  T '  ������������������ i n - <-  on   'I'e'-ir  r rurj,���������)���������;:,  invf'slirr;  \'\ i; It ���������*. 11*, i,  .<���������:* I :���������:*���������������������������  t:  *-������������������������������������ .-���������VX'  t j alt  *    -r.r -ii".   '"J*.j'.*>r$(  :���������'���������'}   Vi llll   !'le\re-C������  <.��������� !**���������*!"���������'*:������������������ i ?.     l|V,i",  ' '.i ---'Li'/'-i, "The,.  prowcv;." An*  I'd  l-.v- mi//I erf  Heavy Immigration  -/ tb<- -,*->'��������� r.i*>:-,. "'J hey  ���������nl   ro'i-rii/'   he.   viy,,  . ;;���������, i-i I-   I'e   ihr  ��������� ll'". C/C'i   Of   S'lTe'l  ���������ere* vcr*/ i,v?-A\  "and hav. a r.ori, of {or.*; over 'hem.  The **"*iir-,Ht.ion to, how e-yrs cr*n he*, of  ���������eny unit wb'el'-.v'-r in :-,urh ftritnl fb-pOi,;  where all P. jiil-en-.*- d,'irl<n������,',*v f>. ibe  i*1.irkr\\l; ;ir������rt*."  6i>,000      immigrants     From     Great  Britain and 34,700 From  United  States.  Staitotka of. i..imigrattoi>. to Canada  in the :Z>vz months ended Nov-unbcr lf  iliov. a <cial inrhiv: of 10P,85<5, an fn-  *,rcfi3e of 32 per cent, ove* last year.  Of thi;? total, 60,370 came from Groat  Brii'.im, 34,708 from the United States  condiiir-r.   of j anfl    14773    from    ol!>r*r    rountricfj.  'i-i-i  Doctors recommend  Catarrhozone, it is nature's own relief It  drives out thc germs,  heals sore spots,  cleans ��������� away every  vestige of ��������� Catarrhal  taint.  You send the soothing     vapors     of     the  pine woods, the. richest  balsams    and    healing-  essentials, right to the  cause of your cold by  inhaling   Catarrhozone.  Little drops of wonderful curative power arc  distributed through thc  whole breathing apparatus  by  thc    air    you  breathe. Like a miracle,  that's    how    Catarrhozone  relieves  bronchitis,   catarrh,   colds  and  irritable  throat.      You  simply breathe its heating   fumes,   and   every  trace of disease flees as  before fire.  ��������� So  safe,  infants   can  use it, so sure    to    relieve, doctors prescribe  it, so beneficial in preventing winter jl!s that  no person can afford to  do. without   Catarrhozone.      Used in. thousands   of   cases  without failure. Complete outfit $1,00,  lasts three months, and is guaranteed  to  cure; smaller size 50c, all dealers  or  the  Catarrhozone   Co,,  Kin rr ton.  Ont,  and at six years the eruption of the  permanent teeth is just beginning.  This period, from two until six is the  time that 'the temporary teeth are in  thcir prime. If the twenty little  teeth are free from decay and the  child is able to chew its food so that  the proper nourishment will be extracted, the little body will haye.  strength to resist or overcome nearly  aii of the Infections that may come to  childhood.  The temporary teeth are of greater  importance to the child than are the  permanent teeth to the adult, because  a child must not only be nourished  to keep up thc ordinary life processes,  but it must -have nourishment for  rapid .growth as well.  The temporary teeth decay much  more rapidly than the permanent  teeth because their structure is not* so  dense and in addition the ' pulp is  more quickly exposed because.*';..it is  larger in proportion to the size or the  tooth. . Nearly all dentists agree that  the treatment of a temporary tooth  with an exposed pulp is hopeless. The  best that can be done is to give temporary relief. If ' the temporary  teeth arc lost, thcy cannot be satisfactorily replaced.  The permanent teeth lie in the baby  jaw just beyond the roots of the temporary teeth and are only partially  formed even at the time of their eruption. If thc baby teeth are allowed  to abscess, the growing permanent  teeth arc bathed in pus and will probably be seriously damaged or totally  ruined. Children are highly sus-  ccptablc to pus. Abscesses of temporary teeth produce ' general infections that result in lowered vitality,  rheumatism, heart inflammations a%nd  many other diseases - that arc very  serious and sometimes fatal. Don't  neglect your children's temporary  teeth.. Both the present nnd future  welfare of your child ch.*pend5 upon  the health of the mouth.  bruises, and the results of exposure.  You just know from its stimulatinjri  healthy odor that it will do you good I  Sloan's Liniment is sold by all drug*  gists���������-35c. 7r������c $1.40.  {Made in Canada)  Possibilities of Alberta Pulp Industry.  T. A. Burrows, the head of a large  Manitoba lumber concern, asserts  that there is a good future for the  pulp industry in Alberta. Along the  Saskatchewan River, west of Edmonton alone, he say, "there' is plenty of  pulp wood to warrant the building of  a large mill, but it would be necessary  to develop power on the river/' This  can be done because in the higher  reaches of the Saskatchewan there is  sufficient potential power to operate  several pulp mills if wanted.  Trade With West Indies.  As a result of the reciprocity treaty  with -the West Indies, manufacturers''  agents there are- endeavoring to  stimulate trade with Canada, and  have written, thc Vancouver Board, of  Trade .explaining* the methods of  business in the West Indies, and arc  making an effort to have the British'  Columbia manufacturers ex lend their  operations  to that country.  WHEN BABY IS SICK  When thc baby is sick���������when he l~  cross.and peevish; cries a great deal  and is a constant worry to the  mother���������he needs Baby's Own Tablets. The Tablets are an ideal medicine for little one's. They are a gentle-but thorough laxative which regur  latc the.bowels, sweeten the stomach,  banish constipation and indigestion,  break up colds and simple fevers ana  make    teething    easy.  Concern ng  them Mrs. Philippe Payen, St. Flav-  ien, Que., writes: "Baby's Own Tablets have been a wonderful"help to  me in the case of my baby and I- can.  strongly recommend them to other  mothers." The Tablets are sold by  medicine dealers or by mail at 25  cents a box fro'm'Thc Dr. Williams  Medicine  Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  Want C.P.R. to Finish Line.  A mass nice ting of farmers of the  Blackic-;L,omond ' region, prepared to  demand action on the completion of  tlie Suffield branch from-, the end of  the track at Lomond, to Blackie, covering a rich territory. The charter  for the road was granted eight ycara  ago'. A .'delegation was named to  meet D. C. Coleman, vice-prcs������dc-nt  of the* C.P.U., at an early date.  Minard's Liniment For Colds, Etc.  B.C. Honey Producers.  'J.u<? firs annual meeting; of British  Columbia Honey Producers Association held in New Westminster, showed a membership . of 280 beekeepers.  During the convention it was decided to udopt' a label that stamps a  gnarnn'cc- on all their product.  Heavy Decrease in Cattle and Beef.  A heavy decrease in Canadian exports of cattle, and beef in 1920 as  compared wiih 191% is shown in figures given out by the livestock commissioner of Canada. The 1920 fig-  vrr-t* hrc,* of course, not yet complete.  Thc decrease in live cattle exports is  ntarly  400,000,  while  the  exports  as  Curate���������Ah! Goo'd morning, Mrs.  Simple. How did you like my sermon on Sunday?  Parishioner,��������� Splendid! -It was so  educative. We never knew wha.t sin  was until you came lo  the -parish!  beef  (show  a  do crease  000,000 pounds.  of  nearly  1R,~  Late And' Noisy.  "America came in late," says Lloyd  George. And, as often happens when  .one comes in late, made a lot of noise.  ,���������Chicago Tribune.  J'o    Italy    thc  automobile   ritn,i  end $3,000 ii y",v.  tax hii'  an  .1. r. ritYAr  to    ht-wrr-en ?,2,000  Miller''*. Worm Powd-.n prove their  value, 7hey do not'cause- any violent flip.'hub.iricc* in tlie sl(>in;t<jt, .ny  pain or griping, but dr* their work  quietly and pa i 111 ens! y, so that the d������-  mniction of thc worms to (mp-*rc������!rpt-  Ible, Yet they arc thorough, and  from the first do.nc there fa i mprove-  tne.nt i������ the condition of the sufferer  ���������ind a cnsiai-ion of manif-riut.ions of  Anlcrrw'l trouble  Whil<* 'November r,tali,'-;lies from, thc  ���������.capor 1.'; ar-*--. not tabulated, figures of  inirni.gration from the United, Slates  to Canada show that 2,264 Americans  r.uvii. in during lhc mouth, alon;,; with  7.38 Canadians who havn born living  ih**;'e> fend nre now returning lo the  old home. British people moving  ,v(>m the Stale*! to Canada totalled  J.1X, ,->nd oth*:r nationalities \A2. Thc  moviTH-nf. ii not at al! one. w:������v, how  t-.tr. Washington figuren, made*  public a few dr*y>i ago, showed that in  ���������he TJritey! S (;������!**> a fi r.r nl ycir, 90,000  ^nr-diiir.'i rr.ov*-d "> thr. K'at'-i, of  whom ^,000 -.uh !**"-ij"fitly migrated  eto-jwher*-?..  New Vork City expecto to have a  million ���������nlftplioti*"! in oprration next  yar  Boy Accidentally Shot.  Jean Malbeouf, 12 years old, was  accidentally .shot and killed by Alex.  Bishop, a half-breed, living at Kuf-  faol Rive-', north of J uic a La, Crosse,  A report of the affair has just reached  provincial police headquarters from  Con,-Uah1o Chappius. .The shooting  occurred in the hinterland of Saskatchewan, cut off from wire and. mail  eomiminicalton.  Ontario Public Libraries.  In an address before the Ottawa  T.ihr >ry Association, W. O. Can;on,  Inspector of Public Librarian for  Ontario, Hiate.d ihat the province now  had 42~ public libraries, which, in proportion io population, was the highest of any -ii^u or province In the  world  Minard'u Liniment For Distemper.  ^HW������M'*'-*W������'MW*''W������^^  fginiuiiHiiMiiiiHiiiiMiimiinniniisiiniiuiiuiiitiiiiiiiniimiiiiiiiniiinunitliiliiiiliiliins  !S**s * ' r. m^  1      A Ready-Cooked Food      |  For Breakfast or Lunch  Brs  M  RS  000  ������3  Grape *Nuts  Crisp granules otwhiat and maltr  ed barley "sweet as a nut* from  special processing and long baking.  No need to sprinkle sugar on your  cereal when you use 6rape������Nut3  a    ''7here%s a Reason** . r  r  *,* &  W,   NT.   U.   734a  iiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiifiuiiiiiiiiiuiuiiiiuuiuuiiuiiiJiiiiiitiuiaiiiiuuitttiuni  j#  ���������A  '*.  1 i.  ir  l  iri"iiii5'5''irT^rw*^^ review. ^okwiw.  yj5  tr--?  i) fi-  m  -K.-P'  'V  ...   A  Tf/r---r     ..  fa '  Xji.  i  trr-  . .- t-  ���������v*'  r AJFai -*  ���������fe*^'  ���������Pr'- -*"  ���������*/?  ���������** ji. -  y, *������������������ .*������������������**       v  V ������,'  ' 'r-. !���������*���������  ���������-*���������;��������� ������v  y. Y  I*:* .*���������*���������>���������  InuiajLii  (C% .2^.5 4, ^ ���������  A Remarkable Occurrence in th e  Old  Days at  Stony  Creek,  Now Better Known as MeHort, Saskatchewan.  By O-GE-MAS-ES (Little Clerk).  Urges High Ideals  Of medical Men  (Copyngmeo)  Living as we did for a number of  years the only settler in the district,  generally when travellers called- it  meant staying all night, and often  longer, and thus .friendships .were  formed much more lasting than at the  present time, ,     ���������������'  One of our -closest and best beloved friends was William Ogilvie (afterwards;' Commissioner of -the  Yukon), and he generally made it a  point of staying some time with us  ���������when in the West. On one of these  occasions, in the fall of 1892 if my  ���������membryiis correct, he drppped in.and  received-his usual welcoine. He had  been ''across' the mountains and down  in California and Utah. These places  at that time were being swept by a  spiritualistic wave (something like the  present time) and. table turning, consulting with mediums, etc., was all  the rage.  One night after the day's work was  done and a few friends had come in  (1892 saw the first settlers, who were  campung close at hand) to meet and  listen to Mr. Ogilvie who was a  most accomplished raconteur; with a  marvellous memory, he proposed that  ���������we try and getin touch with the-other  world by joining hands, round our  large table. .We had been very much  Interested in hearing details of what  he had seen on his western trip in this  line, so the reply was immediate, "let  Us try." An e3c-nayalr officer was  staying with me at the time'and-he  laughed the whole thing to scorn,  would have nothing to do with it, and  talked 6i fakes, imposture and all the  rest of it; ~o.28t appointed him chief  critic.  There were present a doctor's wife,  a .young lady teacher, my ..own family  and several others, some eight or ten  in aU, or more, and Ogilvie placed us  standing round the' table rather away  from it and leaning forward resting  the" tip(s 6f,-x>ur -fingers %������on i|.    'f  OurjjfingersIwere touching one another and the'naval man was to keep  strict watch-that on one touched the  table with theit body.*; '.-?-.-?; '���������'������������������..  .' ; A^oxfrabovk-, the table first^- This  was a remarkably solid piece of furniture with stout legs and a two-inch'-'  spruce top. The lumber had been  pit-sawed by ourselves out.of the log  and dressed down by hand. ' There  were no .castors on" it; in ?fact you  could riot shove iti very well and -t  lad no be lifted when moved.  Well, we circled the table, and Mr.  Ogilvie arranged a formula, so many  ���������-knocks-for-certain words and soon,  and the...table 'when, inspired was to  rear up and knock replies. We stood  there probably threequarters of an  'hour and our navaVinan had the time  ���������   *t ' :��������� L    :.,  of his life in passing satirical and bit  ter remarks which I could see .began  to annoy Ogilvie. Finally the latter  said tome: "Has anyone died since  you settled her some nine or ten years  ago?" "No white man," was my reply. "Have any Indians died?"  "Yes, several years after . we came  here a fine young Indian greatly beloved,by his tribe died arid is buried  close to where we are." Poor Pa-  pooh-is-kum, after the Indian Medi-.  cine man had given him up we; did  our best.to keep life in him and gave  freely what little, luxuries w������ had at  the time;" ������������������ . ���������  "Well," Ogilvie said in exasperation  at our non-suecess, "try the spirits in  Cree," which I, did, and the response  was so immediate that the ladies present got nervous. That table, heavy  and all as it was, fairly -waltzed round  our living room, knocked replies to  questions^with a bang, and, in fact,  acted in a most amazing-manner, Ja-  poon-is-kum was asked if he was  happy. "'Yes/' was the reply. AVas,  he pleased to hear his people were  well. .   "Yes," was the table's reply;  Will Not  Suspend  Railway Rates  in West  Commission Refuses to Grant Application for Suspension of  Rate Order.  Medical men of Peel, York, Ontario and Simebe Counties, and the  Academy of Medicine of Toronto,  were asked by the President of the  Ontario Medical Association, Dr.. J.  H. Mullins, to make -the ."best in the  profession"   the  Association's  aim.  tmm       m ������   ��������� mn ������������������������������������ ���������    ,   m m. m   .nrf**-****-^    ���������    '������������������'��������� ���������..������! ,ii.i>      '��������� ���������"���������" ���������������������������������������������*  Small Banks hi Again  The farmers oi North Dakota are  said to be holding their grain for higher pricey, and as a result they are unhand so on, and so,on, until the ladies j able to pay thcir debts as proinptly as  Ottawa.-���������The Board of Railway  Commissioners, in a judgment handed down, refuses the application of  the Governments of Saskatchewan  and Manitoba for an order suspending  the railway rates increases granted in  an order issued on Sept. 9, the higher  rates becoming effective four days  later.  The ground is taken that, notwithstanding the criticism to which the  j board has been subjected, ifs findings  cannot on the most searching analysis, he fairly characterized as other  than just and reasonable.  After dealing at some length with  the general aspects of tlie case and  commenting on . certain criticisms of  the board, which have been made in  respect to its action in increasing  rates, the judgment deals exhaustively with the financial position of  the Canadian Pacific Hallway at the  present time. After presenting figures showing --st-diat the situation for  the .company ..would.:; be with atid  .without the rate increases, the board  ^declares  that these    figures    furnish  becoming tired, we stopped. There  was a distinct spooky effect, and X  think we all realised that there wer-e  unseen forces surrounding us of  which we knew little or nothing.  Even the naval critic was silenced,  much to Ogilvie's delight.  . Pa-poon-is-kum     had     an     elder  brother, a fine hunter named O-poo-  hoo-sis    (still    living  X  am  glad* to  say at Ft. La Come)  who called at  my house some time after onr Seance,  ���������and after some preliminary remarks I  told him T bad been talldng with his  dead brother.      "Oh," was his reply,  "I did not think the white man could  do that, but I" often talk with him."  O-poo-hoo-sis   was    Pagan    at   that  time, is now Christianised and would  be highly offended if youvasked him  to'communicate -with-the. other vK*orld.  On a number of occasions ffS-^v-  known Pagan  Indians who constantly communicated with  the spirits of  ���������the departed  (or  thought* they did),  and it was a very solemn and serious  matter I can assure you,     They are  extremely reticent in matters of this  nature and you have to know them  very well indeed before they will reveal these inner feelings.     It appears  as if the unseen world and its relation  to our own }s much thinner with sav*  a fair indication that ohc company is  "nox likely to do more than pay its  way during the coming year, if indeed it; succeeds in avoiding A* deficit"   :ZZ P^ (Z- Z'jZz 'pZyZ  The order;. granting an increase in  rates, which has been the subject of  considerable criticism, was written  by Chief Commissioner Carvell and  concurred in by the other members  of the board. The judgment handed down was written by Commissioner Dr. J. G. Rutherford and concurred  in by Hon. F. B. Carvell and Assistant Chief Commissioner Dr. S. J. McLean.  The application which-ivas mado  by Mr. H. J. Symington, for Manitoba, and D'Arcy Scott, for Saskatchewan, and representatives of other  interests, was. based on a judgment  of the. -Governorrin-Councilj; which  referred'' the" order granting increased  railway* rates back to the board for  further consideration. Mr. Symington asked that if the rates were not  suspended the increase in ������ates on  lines west,of.,Fort William should be  retdu'eed to IS .per cent.  T?  loratio  have lost that fine sense.     What Dr  Carpenter speaking here lately in the  "Chatauqua    described    as    the  sense.      In   fact  ihe  unsophisticated  Indian is much more pschyic than the  average white- man.  they should. The banks of North Dakota, many of which are small local  banks, have been seriously affected  by this "wheat strike." Owing'to'the*  loc������ii nature of these institutions, a  situation such as the existing one^ is  sufficient to imperil their financial.existence. As a matter of fact fifteen of  these-banks have closed their doors in  as many days. It is stated that some  of them, will re-open as soon as the  present financial stringency ends.  We have heard a great deal in this  western country of the merits of the  small local banks, so plentiful in the  United States. We have heard much  of the disadvantages of the Canadian  banking system, much more than "can  be substantiated. But we have not yet  heard of'a fin-an-jfel stringency in any  or all of the "Weston Provinces resulting th the" clo-aing down of fifteen  Canadian branch banks. We are experiencing a. similar situation in the  West to that which is causing trouble  in North Dakota; some - of our farmers are holding-their wheat for higher prices and neglecting to pay thoir  debts. We have had crop failures chir-   Caridymakers   -Ar.    Promised   "But  Inspect Steamer With View to Trip  to Hudson Bay Straits,  Quebec.���������Captain H, C. Pickle and  J. D. Craig, lof the Federal Department of the Interior,.made an inspection here of the steamer Arctic, which  ���������was used by Capt. Bernier in his  North Pole expeditions. The object  of the inspection, it is said, is to as-  Rural Sfudenls  Attend Universil?  Ontario Rural Population Does Not  Take Advantage of Educational-  ^-Facilities.  Torontp.^���������Gordon Waldron pre**  sented the views of the United Farm*  ers to the University Commission. He  pointed out that an examination of  the records of attendance showed that  the rural population numbering about.  certain the condition of the steamer, I 900,000 sent last year to Toronto Uni  with a view to using her for an ex-S versity, but 351 out of a total of 1,833  plbration trip  through  the Hudson's   students,   entering  for  study  Bay Straits, to the MacKenzie River.  ing past years in- various localfties, we  have had financial stringencies more  or less periodically, but our Canadian  banks have always, weathered the  storm.  Surely the troubles in North Dakota will convince tiie fair-minded critics of otir. own banking svstcm that  although the Canadian system is not  perfect, it Is much, to be preferred to  th. small local bank system so often  urged as the best system for. West-  era  Canada. What would the people  ages.     Wc are too materialistic, and? 0f the Western  Provinces say if fif-  Heavy fighting in Manfl  Military arid Police Ambushed in  Counties Kilkenny and Tipperary, ���������  Dublin,���������Heavy fighting has taken  place between large forces of civilians  on one side and soldiers and police on  the other in the section lying between  Callan, County Kilkenny, and Gkn-  bowcr, County Tipperary.1- The military and police v^efc'ambushed at not  Jess than three 'different places and  niyucrous casualties resulted on both  sides. These included Sergt. Walsh,  Royal Irish Constabulary, killed;  some soldiers, number uuknownj killed} ten or fifteen civilians killed, and  Sergt. Shannon and several other soldiers wounded.  Want Free Medical Care  To Blockade Fiume. .  Rome���������Reply ing to thc ulthriatum  of General Caviglia, Gabrlclc D'Annunzio declared, that hc would maintain his attitude and would not recog-  nbeihe treaty/of ftapallo.  General CatigHa now will proclaim  i\ strict blockade of Fiume and the  Islands of Vegilo, Arbc and San Mar-  con, it "was announced.  Propose Free Medical Car������  Veterans Out qi Work.  Ottawa.���������A request that the free  medical service bc extended to returned soldiers during the unemployment  crisis has bcen received here from  thc secretary of the, British Columbia  command of' the. G.W-.V.A. Thc request came Here in the form of a wire  to G., C. McNeil, Dominion secretary  of thc G.W.V.A., who is taking the  matter up with the Department of  Soldiers' Civil Rc-establishmcnt,  which department would be thc one  to deal with it.  teen branch banks in -the Prairie  Provinces were closed by the Govern  ���������sixth I meui because thc business in t'he.'dis-  tricts in which tlvy were situated was  insufficient to make them self-sustaining? What would the people of the  West say if the -general managers of  our chartered banks sent forth an order that every branch bank must be  self-supporting in its operations or  cease to do business, and how indignant we would be if wc found the  branches affected by such an order  closed with our savings locked up  ticrht? How would we like it,if the  banks drcid^d to cease business because of a financial striuprency, and  not'fWl the public that they wonld  probably re-open when the stringency  passed away? We would not like any  of these things and so Jong as our  present system of bankincr is maintain rd th'-re, is little likelihood of such  things happening north of~thc International .boundary.  For  ^Little Sympathy From  Government,  Ottawa.���������Candy manufacturers who  object to having their products subject to luxury tax, the same as alcoholic beverages and toilet preparations, and automobile men who think  they ..should have a rebate on cars  they purchased under the tax, arc not  likely to receive a great deal of helpful sympathy from the cabinet, judg-  ���������i;irig by the remarks of cabinet ministers to the Canadian Press,  In the case of candy, the Government, it is said, takes the stand that  the cheaper grades, which are usually  given to children, are free of tax  in any case, so there Is no suggestion  of depriving the kiddies of their  candy, and thc more expensive grades  of chocolates, etc., which arc really in  the luxury class, are still taxed, and  likely to remain so. As for automobile men's claims, one minister pointed out that the argument of the dealer? that they should have a rebate because they were stocked up with cars  on which the tax was paid, wa3 illogical. Thc same automobile rncn had  not offered the-Government any rebate, on cars thcy bought a few days  before the tax became effective,"  for study. The  records showed also that Toronto  enjoys the educational benefits of the  state university in a proportion far.-  beyond its ratio of population;"In the  faculty of arts, 693 out of 1,797 students came from Toronto and in all  the facilities 1,828 out of 4,777. ;  Wentworth, including the city of.  Hamilton, with a population of more,'  than 130,000, sent only 77.  Canadian Fleet at Falifax  Will Carry Munitions  Swear In Dr, Brett,  Ottawa.-��������� Rodolphe Boudreau, clerk  ���������of the privy council, bas left for Edmonton to swear In Dr. R, G. Brett,,  tin Lieutenant-Governor of Alberta for  i\ second term. The date of th* ceremony will be arranged on Mr. Bou-  iflrcau's arrival.  Increase New York Police Force;  New York.���������A resolution calling  for removal of Police Commissioner  Enright, under fire in New York's  present crime wave, was introduced  at. a meeting of aldermen by Alderman Bruce M. 'Falconer. Thc board  adopted a resolution to increase New  York's city police force by 769 patrolmen.  High Price for Stock Exchange Seat.  Toronto.--F. J. Stewart & Company, bond dealers of this city, bought  a seat on the Toronto Stock Exchange at $12,500, thc new recent  high price for a seat on the exchange.  W.' N.   U.  13-18  Irish  Railroaders Vote to  Abandoa  Strike and Return to Their Jobs.  Dublin.���������The Irish raihvaymen in  conference here decided unanimously  to abandon thcir strike against thc  carrying of munitions and return to  work. Thc men ycfXc*- to carry all  the traffic offered, providing all the  men arc restored to their former position. J. H. Thomas, general secretary of.thc National Union of Rail-  waymen, will negotiate this condition  with thc Government.  Cholera at Constantinople,  Constantinople. ��������� Several ' more  case^ of cholera havc been reported  from Russian camps outside thin city.  Strict quarrfntine measures havc been  put into force and there ia no possibility of thc city's water supply becoming contaminated.  Will Not Reduce Stalf  Railroad Men to be Employed During  Winter in Winnipeg.  Winnipeg.���������With few exceptions,  thc employees of thc Canadian National and Canadian -Pacific Railways  here will be well employed this -winter, officials announced.  "It is not the intention to make  any general reduction in the staff  employed in 'the mechanical department, but ft reduction will bc made  in the working hours per man until  thc spring," -stated A. E. Warren,  general manager in charge of thc  western lines, C.N.R.  D. C������ Coleman, vice-president in  charge oi western lines, Canadian  Pacific Railways, said that only "seasonable reductions" were being made  on thc railways, which did not Involve  a great number of employee*  Formally Welcomed By Gov.-General ;  and Other Distinguished Officials  Halifax.���������The cruiser Aurora, des- -.  troyers Patriot and    Patrician,    and ;  submarines PIC. 14 and 15, with CapL ���������  Henry   G.   Adams,   C.B.E.,  R.N.,   in -j  command,   were    formally welcomed '  by  a distinguished  group of.'officials ;  headed by  His   Excellency the  Gov- ;  crnor-General, on bchalf-of lhe people -'r  of thc Dominion on the arrival of the  three former British vessels here  With the first streak of dawn the I  little fleet, in line with thc des- ''*.  tToycrs ahead, was sighted off Che- j  bucto Head, slowly making its way j  up the harbor. Maintaining this for- j; *���������  mation they reached anchorage off ���������  the dockyard a few minutes before *  eight o'clock.  H. M. S. Aurora was fouled by H.   .-  M. C. S. Patriot while the ships were,-4;  being berthed and slight damage, w^sv  occasioned the flagship. The incident  *  had thc effc.ct of delaying tne official, ������';  welcoming    program.      The vo.4������sela  V  were dressed from stem to stcni with  flags when  thc opening   guns   .of   a  royal salute sounded throughout tho  city.  Child Makes Long Journey.  . Calgary.���������A journey of seven thousand miles by her lonesome, has no  thrills for little Wilhelmia Allan, the  sev^n-year-old daughter of H. A. Allan of this city, a returned soldier who  has.made his home here. The child  made the trip from Glasgow to this  city unaccompanied, though she waa  glad to hare her daddy waiting for  her when the "choo-choo" stopped.  Advised to Hold Cattle.  CnWjary, Alta.���������Canadian farmers  ixtt. advised by A. H. Maryland, on������  ���������of the biggest cattle dealers on the  prairies, to hold, their cattle until next  spring. He predicts that there will  be a vastly increased demand.  -\P  ::A,7-!  if"  HMMMMMMMUUMMIItoM  mmmm  Mftl OKRIN0rm XOUB  \-*wmm*\tm\Mi  ~m~m wswmmmw  Remember your. Batteries will  rim down when your car is  not in use.  Sometimes.good Batteries are  ruined through not being  charged.  T will keep them folly charged  at $1.00--per month.  Creston Auto & Supply  B. S. BEVAN, Prop.  ~- J: *A. P. Crompton has vacancy for a  ������6W*grapils in Binging.  .*        ~ z  - Fob    Sam:���������-Yorkshire   boar,   two  years old.   J. Sherwood. Cieston.       .  .Fob Sale���������Registered Oxford ram,  3 years bid, $35. F. K. Smith, Creston.  r- Mrs. Perry of Spokane arrived^on  Saturday on. a. visit to ber sister* Mrs.  R. K. Piper.  Wanted���������Clean cotten rags, no  small pieces, will pay 7i cents a pound  ���������Sevan's garage.  Fob Salts���������Fairbanks-Morse gas  engine, in good running order. Enquire Review Office.  Hr. and Mrs. James Adlard spent  the Christmas holidays with the former's brother in Cranbrook.  S, A. Speers hes a most timely announcement this week. He is offering  st &pound tin of the best jam made at  $1.25,  Mr, and Mrs. Stan. Hendren left the  latter -part of the week to spend  Christmas with the latter's parents in  Vancouver.  J. A, Bell, who up till midsummer  had the Creston Hotel, is tbis week  moving on to tbe A, Lindlay ranch,  whieh he recently parched from  Frank Celli of Coleman, Alta.  i *   '  ~~t  A PROUD RECEPTION  There is this about your gift of BIRKS' DIAMONDS  that no matter how much or little you spend on  it you are absolutely certain of tbe quality, and of  its reception when given. All over Canada  BIRKS' DIAMONDS are known as the finest it  is' possible to cbtain.  A glance at the "diamond pages" of our Tear Book  will convince you not only of quality, but also of  value. We pay no more than the city dweller IN  ANY PART OF CANADA. One quality, one  price, one guarantee. Could more than this be  desired ?  The promptest attention to your orders.  iQfatldsmiths  JmWmVmmmtmithS  Diamond  ~\>aerc-m~\*'8~~x.  VANCOUVER, B.C.  mmm  ~- ��������� a- Tml���������0m-        m~, ww w      WM       ������������������������������������������        "W   r~r m        ���������      ��������� ���������  ���������     ��������� ���������   - ^ r  Fliers they;^iirvisi>^!tb fH-etfds few  a couple "of weeks.      :"      '      ."'  ix,   "<"-x\     V -^     '.  , - Sunday ^supplied the coldest weather-..we have^so' far this season/-the  TOeronry^get^fng, down to sevew-above  ~*-*o thatinoi-riiiBg, " * '-  Miss Elsi^.He^d^n who ,bas%been  homefor a-^a^er^of weeKidufr.to the  illness of "S?.s's,'s!sts!?.*'S-5M!i*s?E*s,~ rs-tur&sd  to Verrimron Sunday.  Mr. and Mrs, Erickson of luyermere  arid Miss F. Ericsson of Spokane,  were Christmas week visitors with  Mr.,and^cB.'lc.<?. Bennett.  There will be morning service only  in , Christ Chuach on v Sunday at 11  o,dock, which , will ---������* followed by a  celebration of Holy Communion. - "  % ' -'      ���������>���������'- ���������* * .  Sugar is������slowly bnt surelygettiug  back to th"e pre-war price.   Shipments  of it that arrived the latter part of  the *^week are retailing at_I5>������!ent3'"a  pound. _ ",  Sub-lot 54. containing 320 acres, on  Arrow Creek,, is for sale at 910 per  acre/or will self north or *outh half..  Address owner, W. K. Esling, Ross*  land. B.C.  Turkeys���������Buy your Christmas or  New Year's turkey from Chas. Moore  and secure the best. I haye just shipped a few really choice birds. Mrs.  David Scott.  Miss Bertha Hurry, who is teach"  ing at. Rock Creek, and Miss Susie  Hurry, who is at the Nelson business  college, are spending Christmas with  Creston friends.  LUMBER���������Common Boards, Dimensions, Shiplap, Flooring, Drop Siding,  Bevel Siding, at reduced prices. Write  or phone for prices. Wynndel .Box  Factory. Wynndel.  For the first half of January the  Hardware and Furniture Supply  Company announce a discount 6. 10  per -cent, off all lines of furniture,  beds and mattresses.  Mrs. W. K. Brown left on Sunday  to spend about three months with old  friends in , Georgia and Alabama.  Her nephew, Harold Davis, accompanies her-on the trip.  ~The Preobyterian Sunday school  children had their usual Christmas  treat in the shape of a sleighride on  Wednesday afternoon, followed by a  supper ^and a round of-games, etc:, at  the chm-ch.    ~ ..-^ <-������������������,   .  This year's Christmas Day mail was  apout the heaviest"holiday mail, that  has ever come jtn'������b Creston, --There  were sixteen -sacks of it, the Old  Country mail arriving in time for Saturday distribution.  Sincerely appreciative of your friendship and patronage  during the past year we extend to you  Holiday Greetings  arid our sincere good wishes for a  Happy and Prosperous New Year  TTIEpOA T  L^ITED  Tamily at Nelson before engaging in  business as a special sales manager.  Mr. Harrison was in charge of the big  sale at the Speei-s' store last .month,  which was the most successful merchr  andising event, of its sort in town, and  if all his.sales in future are conducted  on the same straightforward and progressive lines Mr. Harrison can hardly  fail to make good in his new line.  Watch this Space from  January 8th to 15th  MAWSON   BROTHERS  Better Service  General Merchants  Lower Prices  MERE'S WISHING YOU  A H~\PPY NEW YEAR  How does youi- car stand the tents  nf timo i* Have you been mean*  ing to have ft overhauled?  Don't put ft off until after vou  have had a bad accident. Von  can hardly over-estimate tho  importance of prompt  REPAIR WOHK  It'������ e-fuiie powfbio wo may be able to  help yon miyo money an new parts  by keeping your oar in good condi-  tion,  CRESTON SERVICE GARAGE  UDQATe BROS.  PHONE B.  Creston Young People's Club  will meet at the church on Tuesday  night at 8 o'clock*. The hisiorical and  geographieal committee will provide  ^he programme,., which is expected to  Inclde a talk by pr. Lillie.  The official report of the Creston  Valley Worn en's ^Wstitnte shows that  this year the local organization had a  niembernhipof 9,7, ami that during the  year oyer $#00 was raised by the  ladies for Iuatitutepurposes.  School opens fe>r the winter term  on Monday morning, with one -uew  teacher on the*, staff in Miss Irvtne,  who succeeds Miss England in charge  of" Division III.; ��������� Miss Irvine is a  sister of Mrs. O. B, Garland.  Mawson Bros, announce that commencing Monday they will give a  straight cash discount of 10 per eent.  on all cash purchases, and a 5 per cent  discount on all ^accounts paid before  the 10th of the following month.  The annual me^tint*; of Creston District Public Library will beheld in the  library room on Monday, Jan. 10t>h, at  8 p.m., for the election of officers, etc.  Intending members are cordially invited to attend and* take part In proceedings,  Christ Church Ladies' Guild have  their annual meeting at the home of  Mi-h. Bennett on Tuesday afternoon,  when it is likely the ladies will form  themtielvjus into a branch of the  Woman's   Auxiliay.     , The   retiring  president is Mra, Cronthwait.  ���������' '������������������-,*,   i    ,' . ��������������������������� '���������''���������*.  Mnnagor Allen of the Imperial  Bank and Connt. Hanna bad charge  of the drawing for tho winning ticket  on the granmphono which was on  raffle at Mawwin Bros, store during  Cm-tatiunH wimjIov, Ticket 245 was the  lucky one, and, is held by Henry  Bi-own of Wycliffe, where a portion of  the 260 tickets offered on the machine  wort* sold,  J. Harrison, who has heen in charge  of tbe dry goods noction of the 8. A.  Sp<Mr* Htore toy tho past two months,  has given up that position, and leaven  today for a fow day j/holiday with his  Following is a list of the elective  and appointiye officers of ,Cresto������  Masonic Lodge for the ensuing year:  I.P.M.���������R. J. Long..       , ���������  W.M,���������Jas, Compton.  S.W.���������Hilton Young.*  J.W,���������A. Hendren. ,  Secretary���������C. F. Hayes.  Treas.���������S. A. Speers:  S.D,���������A. B. Norris.  J,D.���������:Gny Constable.  S.S.���������T, W. Bundy.  J.S,���������W, R, Long:  Tylor���������R. Pipe*,.*  - Trustee���������John "Blinco.  Chaplain-7-W. H. Watcher.  D. of C���������C/M. Loasby.  R.W. Bro. S. A. Speers, D.D.G.M.,  officiated as installing officer, and at  the conclusion of the ceremonies the  brethren sat down to the customary  banquet at which the usual lis������~ of  toasts were proposed and responded to.  J������oy" and "Jiggs and the Social IAgHZ1  the   latter   being  an   adaptation   <>f,  Jiggs  in   the "Bringing up Father"  pictures which have become so popular with readers of the~ daily  press  press.    **A Broadway Cowboy" is.������  marvelous   melange   of   Mproarioa-r1  laughter,   mixed   with  spine^twk&Bjpfe^  thrills,   while  the   "Social, lion^'fe  something entirely (new   in, comedy. .-  There will be one show only,, at 8.3������**^  p.m.,   with   prices at 75 cents fitr':  'aduits, and 25c. ior children.  The  For New Year's Day evening Manager Rodgers has been-successful in  booking two splendid holiday flliiis  tof the Grand in ,JA Broadway Cow-  SATURDAY, JANW 8  MONROE SALISBURY  in  His Divorced Wife  Monroe Salisbury, as a Kentucky blacksmith, iB at his best  2~reel Rainbow Comedy  v-'  *.. ... ........ .e.-i-  We, are offering a rare special to  lovers of real  This jam is absolutely pure strawberry and sugar, and from the  famous Hamsterley Fairm, Saanich,  Victoria.  , ,Z, ��������� . [  We have twenty-five cases only, and  for five days we make a special  offering of this jam.  4-lb. tin nett at $1.25  per tin.  ���������p.  .: '\  if'1  y  . -Ji*  Jl  Dry Goods  Groceries  ��������� ������ w  ���������*-&*#  UMM  mmum  im  n :.>'������������������.'.  eWM/**������Jrtto(,^iTt������^-l!^''^*-***'W'-|(*1***',^*w''

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