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Creston Review Jan 21, 1921

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A Scotch eoneert will be held in the  schoolhouse on Tuesday night, January 25th, commencing at 8 prompt,  with an admission charge of 50 cents.  After the concert there, will be a  dance which wil! be 56 cents extra  (supper included).  Canyon City LumbSt- Co. sawmill  resumed operations on the 11th, after  a shutdown of about~ five months, and  &'.-������ working a full erew both at the  mill as well as in all lines of bush  operations.  Geo. Strong and John Jofesess have  both been on the sick list this week,  laid up with some of tbe after-effects  of the fiu. Mrs. 'BlairUs another of  the residents who also been quite  seriously on the sick list.  R. Turner is busy on the erection of  a new log barn on his ranch here.  An urgent order for reasonably  mild weathet has been sent in for de-  livery next Tuesday,on which occasion  the citizens of Canyon are to be treat  .ed to a nicht wi Burns. T. U. Maw-  ���������Knn. h-pjj-d nf t-he Scotch clan* is is  ������:harge, and he is ribbing up something worth while, the affair to include selections by Piper  Ross ~ and  ..Drummer Davie, while the two Jocks,  McRobb and * Duncan (Lister) will  assay the highland fling, sword dance  nod other fancy Scotch steps. Weather persaittinj; Mr. Mst^raos promises  to have a dozen of his ain good folks  the Scotch out in tartan and kilts,  while special inducements are being  held out to Dr. Henderson to preside  over the asseusblege. Owing to his  having to drive from Creston Lhe  doctor will be excused if he appears in  breeks.  .   Vancouver at the end of  XtXrx       xmrmrx-xtS. A  X        tVx rx        -.Srxrxrx -Xtrt        S..A.T  llll\~.  -ZtrnXSttltlt. X3tV       filftAV^     VrtVAOV,       VXtVS        XWXAJ  members' served refreshments, making  a fitting termination lo a mo8t'$>uccess-  fui gathering.'  It seems a bit incredible but none  the less fact that Canyon City is the  least live centre in all Creston Valley.  At least that was the verdict of judges.  Knott, Searle and (Mrs.)- Witherhead  at the debate on Friday night, Jan.  7th, on the topic, resolved, "That Canyon City is the deadest spot in the  Valley." Messrs. A. Spencer and H.  Young iiau the winning side by a  matter 11 io 4 points, the losers being  T. K. Mawson and Manford Samuei-  8on. The debate was a pleasant feature of the annual meeting of the  United Sariu&r-s.  ���������-     ��������� -.    Jl   '^   *-'M������'  1   >t  i uesaav iiiiimt s  Concert Numbers  , Perusal of -the programme which  follows at oncdjColjvinces that Tuesday  night's concert, in the interests of  Health Nurse apW-tnients furnishing  fund is sm-e to be-^me that will appeal  to all concert **gosji-s, The talent is all  too, well known#i need any mention  here, \v-hile the Jburobers they have  ehosen give profuse of being eQttally  well worth whilj-s The artists and  their selections ac:  i.   Orchestral s^hjtstioi)���������  Itfrs. j?i-4������d Lister, violin.  Mrs._C{_B. G^pand. piono,  Mr. J.jSx. <3feearifcon, fceilo.  . V- _  %    Sones���������^a) AtDawniDK.   (a) All in  a Lily White Gown.  Capt. J. A. P. .Crompton.  on  Monday for Fanquier  Sadler,  left  in future.  Victor Johnson !*af** oa Monday fe  Erickson where, we understaed, he ia  doing contract work for J. B, Winlaw  Lumper Co. , He was accompanied by  W. H. PottsI  Ling fiishing has commenced in  ihe  A*.  *^*)������a <5������������v*������*<&l  vnrtxxAxArvvvr.   rv-   *w2xxx-&s n.t.  VU������ (UffMiui   vxx*2vrmxiA.g Xvt j.y.^**?^ju������ xmxv/*  ed Farrnei* on th^^h inst. JSie^ld  <>fflcei^wexc'   lawMte. < a^^ec-V-sZdtar.  Mr. and Mrs. H. Brownrigg, who  haye been at Yahk for the past couple  of months, returned to their ranch at  Erickson a few days ago.  EJ. Cartwright represented the Erickson school at the trustees confeience  at Creston on Saturday, to discuss the  matter of having a school health nurse  for ail the Vaiiey schools. Oreston  trustees seemed enthusiastic over the  matter but the other rural schools  represented were rather lukewarm.    ���������  R. Dodds and son, Jim, started this  week on the tie hauling and loading  contract they  have with the sawmilk  ,-  fl***!*- .    A.Z~    rt.-X    Z~    ,.    .-ZLt~  ^   use ���������iiv tS b- =iii*S  sawing and  the  iviil be abs>ut  150  ties a day.  An attempt was m-ssde to borSatise  the McLeod store on Friday night.  Manager Telford, who sleeps on tbe  premises, heard the noise of the would-  be burglars but imagined it was- a  siray ���������aniGsaiiS'owHng about ib$ verandah'-, and the R������J8? he made in get-  3. 'Cello solo���������SilMpIe Avau.  J. K. Chorltoo.  4. Song���������^A Wi������rti������r 'Lullaby.  Miss Frahces K-aott.  , ���������>'*  5. Violin solo--t^pend'of a Rose.  Mrs. Fred Listyr.  6. Songs���������-<a)   The, Armourer's Song.  <b) Song "of^ the Turnkey.  Mr. C. A. \~\~fi.  &$ C-S.5 yC-H V  line   to the  tue average  lumber  KV|/I1U  t3r~f." '  W-.     "ST-    a     L2  Fairs during  President���������Jtohn Wood.    , f  Vice������prefcide&tr-Hilton Young.        I  Secy.-Treae.^-T." B: Mawson. |  Directoi-s-^C. "Brair, A.  Spencer, T.(  K. Mawson, G. Davie. ^  The report ofei-the treasurer shows  the local to have a cash .balance of almost $50; and the membership is now  well over the half-hundred, about a  dozen new ones coming in at the  annual. The membership, of course,  includes some ten ladles, who are  actively idehtiHed with the work. At  the meeting sufficient names and the  accompanying fees were in evidence  to. warrant the request for both a  pruning and packing school. It was  alsodeelded to send President Wood  as delegate to the provincial TJ.F. Con-  jr\ W',0!TQ;<''OIisi'  ���������reciation  7.  8.  O.  Piano solo���������^d'-frnmring Breezes.  Mrs. J. A. if. jCrompton.  Orchestral selection.  Mrs; -Xiii^eTvp^lrs.   Garland,   Mr.  OhorltonVr"  (b)  Songs���������(a). 1 Mfiry   Morrison.  Annie Lajisue.  creek, but owing to the ver-y mild  weather the catches so far have not  beer, worth talking sfep-ut.  Mrs, Cockle got bgck on Monday  from a visit with friends ,in Lethbridge, Alta,,  A rather unusual sight wss witnessed here on Tuesday eyening \vhen  Geo. Huscroft drove through tov-rn  with a four-horse team attached to a  load of feed We-aire surely getting  a little more modern ail the time.  B. R, Piper returned io Oreston on  Saturday, after spending a .Week here  looking over and straightening out  tbe books of some of the business  houses.   ���������  The Athletic Club wants all the  men of the place to attend its meet;  ings on Monday and Thurbday nights  and, ineiden&tfly. .would like to sign  all oi you up *is ssesbbers.  j. Beaadetti returned on Monday  from a business visit at-Lethbridge.  E. Williams got baek on Saturday  night frolisf a few weeks1 stay at Blairmore, Alta., and reports things rather  slow all though the Pass.  mtrmja _ ������_   -     .   m*mW-\*m9nmsni*-sr-  Mr, and Mrs. McGonegal and children wei-e week-end yisitoi-s with  friends at Creston,  B. Johnson was a visitor at Cran-  bJook the middle of fast weeSr, jeturn-  iug on Friday with Mi-s," Johnson,  ���������w ho has beefT a patient in ibe hospital in turtfc city for some ^w*SBks, but  who is now well on the way to former  good health,  ������t u������������e uuere is auipie letuor io meet,  ail local demands the town is not  oyer-run with lumberjacks this winter.  The cut In pgy to $3.50 and :  CJL    TVJM     J-m\  r*~   f-^v*    ���������**������  does not ^look  laborer;  good   to   the   tourist  10.  11.  12.  13.  14.  ty  At this time we wieh to  express our sincere appreciation of the"ftplendi(3  patronage accorded us  during our Stock-Taking  Sale.  Our effort ha������ . always  .boon directed toward  your satisfaction in goods  purchased.  It is our desire to conr  tinue to merit your patronage and goodwill.  To this end we will adhere to the same princi-  Eles in the futnre as those  y which we have sue-  ooeded in the pmt.  uiuiiidio  ins?;  ly ^ysdentst. ���������������, S   "*' ":'������*.''  'Wood-cutting' is the "chief form of  recreation in tbe n irtbea^t corner of  the district,-and the sound of axe and  crosscut are heard on every hand, and  large and numerous arc the accumulating piles off fuel. With an average  of six ricks a day Jos. Stinson may  well lay claim to being Erickson's  champion wood butcher..  ^riVan^'Mifli-'B. A. Penson were  ^hd^^sJBs'*";at;^wlisst on Wednesday  night last, -ivHen a congenial company  of about thirty "gathered for an evening at Ericksou's favorite card game.  The first-prize winners were Mrs.  Percy Truscott and Billy Truscott,  while Mrs. Cotterill and Mr; Gunning  were the second highest seorei-F.  Sumptuous refreshments-were served  and taken altogether the evening was  a most enjoyable one for all*  [ Alex. Puperry was the victim ,v6f  quite a nasty shooting mishap on  Monday. While examining a 22 rifle  at his home the gun accidentally (lis  chaiged, the bullet striking him in the  left foot behind the big toe, the bullet  penetrating through to the Kyle of his  boot almost/ Dr. 'Henderson was  promptly summoned and unless unexpected complications develop the injury while decidedly inconvenient, is  not likely to be serious. ***"'  The feature of tihis week's meeting  of the United Farmers was ati abdress  by Col. Lister, M.P.P,, who waq  present ou invitation to speak On  iijatter.s of interest to the orgahizabiou  ^l. X      Mt���������     . ,0-*.'���������C  ������_'-Hj."l,-  -XJl **LUVV\tS-.  Violin solo���������rThe Deluge,  Mr&. Lister, -' >'  Piano solof-^Ungarisch.  Sonar���������Out ef the Deen.  C. A," Eby.  "Ceiio soicv^On Wings of Song.  J. K. Ohorltoi|-   -  Song���������The |||gie;Montu of May  Miss Fi-ahceS^ndtt. ,  Chorlton.  G������d Save the Sing-/"*     "-<���������  The opening number wilrbe at 8.30  precisely and it is requested that all  be in their seats at that time. The  tickets are 75 cents, and' ap the cause  is a good one.it is expected the Grand  Theati-e will be filled to capacity.  Ski-ing is becoming quite fashionable with tJ^ybunfirstei-s here- Barber  John&on is quite an expert in this line  and when tKs .wea,t������ei' is right frequently do������������:a, ten-mile hike as a sort  of appgtlzW or indigestion preventative.    '    r; -  WjbrcFhaa recently come that Victot  Olson, who left here almost two years  ago for Sweden, has married again  and proposes-remaining permanently "  in that country. Ernest Buck man,  another former Eitchenerite, is also  there, and will likely remain.  The Sash ~t Door Co. loaded out  four cars of big timber last week,  which will-be used in bridge construction on'the Sirdar-Knskanook road,  In sending new year greetings to  some friends here, Chas. Crawford,  who is ia the oid man's home at Mans-  loops. states that he is enjoying life  there immensely,   but- the place is al-  If  ~-   -m  ^ ^m^ . Jim.   ^^u,  OUil  (JEESTON  W&nhdei  Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hindley returned from the coast on Thursday, and  for the present lire stayiug wiih the  latter's parsnts, Mr, and Mrs. P. Andestad.  On Suuday the Ice on the slough  whs usable for thefli'St time this winter and a'large'portion of the popula-  tion'was to befoimd there in the after-  noonvcutting fauey-flgure-s as well as  enjciyingjiiHt strHJgt������^uay:>kalihg,  Monrad Wigen and Ken. and D. S.  Dewjif left on Sunday for ''Calgary.*  Alta., where they will Hpend a week  taking in the wihter sports.  J. P. Brooke left on Thuraday last  for Proctor, where he is at wo.ik helping "with the shipping out of tho sanitarium' equipment. Hu expects to be  bw gone about ten, days.. ;,  Mr. ,and Mrs. C. O. Ogilvie arrived  home-from their honavnioohtrlp on  Saturday, and are stopping with the  latter'* parents until their own house  ts ready for occupation.  There   will   be  a   meeting  of   the  and the community  generally.    Mr. {-United Farmers "oit Wed'ne������eav night,  Lister's remarks wore principally on  road matters and irrigation, and at its  conclusion these questions were hauled in on open discussion during which  the colonel was asked various questions' and invariably guvo the raeiu-  bers 8ullsfai;U>ry anHwcjM. Me������t*rs.  Cuming, Campbell, Loveque, L. Llttle-  john and F. Palmer reported they had  thinge well.in hand for the whist  drive and dance at J. M. Oraigie'a  packing shod to-night (Friday) to  which an admisnion of 50c. per couple  will be made, and lunnb at 25c.  per. .  plate.   tJards will start prompt at 8.80, | !������������>���������������:*>���������.,, ,0o",e' anrt hrtV������ " vm] Kood  and all are inyitud.   Sain FruHei-ai.d  ti������������e.wiieii m*.  January 20th. All members should  be on hand ah an interesting debate  will be one of the features.  There Is to be a concert under the  auspices of Wynndel   Athletic   Club  early In February, and a very Interest  ing and amuaing programme is being  arranged.   Full particulars later.  On Friday night, January 28th,  there will he a dance at the cluhhoupe  under Athletic Club auspices. Good  mnttic, good floor, and good Hopper,  Gentlemen   75c.,   Indies   please bring  The trustees have been successful  in -securing Miss Dean of Victoria to  succeed M r. Lewis as principal ������>f Lister schools and she is expected along  any day .-now to take change.  Casualties have been -snore numerous than usual in the eamp the past  weelc^ "Jack Head is lafd, up with  t?aSly^tfif&<ffe hAB^^vJg^^fo^^n������'  m^^m^^^i^w^ _ "  in place of the wood. \Nbri������an Stbnes  is laid up witba^isoned foot���������an injury sustained -attending to his stock,  and the 12-year old daughter of Mr.  Brain was rather badiy kicked by a  horse while the youngster was playing  around the stable.  Jock Duncan has moved into his  new house on his permanent farm location this week. The structure is 36  x 20 feet, and with ample ceiling height  to permit of him executing fancy  steps when rehearsing the highlohd  fling, sword -dance, etc. .   ���������;  At the meeting of the Literary an d  Dramatic Society on Tuesday last  Mrs.. Liddicoatt was elected' vice-president, succeeding Mrs, H. Christenson  who has resigned. ���������"���������  Mr'.McBrkdy of the ramp office staff  got away last week for a few weeks'  holiday with friends in \ ic toria.  Mr, and Mis. David Chalmers enter  tained at a birthday partv on Monday  night for their daughtetyMiss Nellie  Chalmers, Lister's pop-qlar postmif-  tresa. There was dancing, musics and  other amusements, * with a tasty supper at mdnigiht, and all present certainly enjoyed  the evening through-  At the G.W.V.A. meeting on Saturday night it was decided not to send a  delegate to the V.one conference at  Cranbrook this week. As President  tli-jr Is chairman of the zone eommit-  tee it was felt there was no need for  two members being present from here.  Chairman McGee of the school  board was nt Creston on Saturday for  a truKtoos conference on ������he quest ion  of all schools In Oreston Valley employing u Hchool health nurse. Mr.  Mot-lee Jh strongly in favor of the pro-  feet, but noted that the other school  trustees did not, wax any too enthusiastic in the matter.  !U\fOV   XtttVrVJtXIXVAXtjmXAty    Uft^.  Mr. Scboonert, who has the Paulson  meadows under lease, is gtting quite a  herd of -cabbie around him. A lew  days ago he brought in almost a dozen  head of fine purebred Hereford������.  wb|sh he got from Mr. Andestad at  Wysindeh  ���������rSttSaifam - A'- Jrri* .  i-S-fe* Beten-t-J-^Mi-fJoa.. -fast  week and have gone up to worfeon  the' Scott Price claims at, Leadville,  in which Spokane capitalists have recently acquired anjnterest.  Carpenters are now at work on.the  erection of a cook and bunkhouse on  the site of the new Paulson mill, and  will next tackle the erection of the  mill itself. The machinery is here  and consists of a circular saw equipment, capable of cutting 80,000 feet a  day..  There is little or no trapping here  worth mentioning this season, Jas.  Arnell being the only one on the job.  The low price of furs is largely responsible for inactiyity in this line,  Tie������* are the bigger shipper at Kitchener at present, both the Sash efe Door  Co, and Paulson going strong in this  line. F. V. Staples' portable niill is  hitting up around 200 ties a day for  the latter company.  The Sash & Door Co. have u payroll  of about 40 men at present, and' if conditions show the expected improvement more men will be taken on within the next two months.  H. J. Long were elected to ininnlwrHhtp  at this meeting.  Miss E,  Stuck,  ing, all   fall  and  "To, make room for a, few-more'caw  I will sell cruuked corn at $3.10, and  seed wheat at $3.50 per hundred while  supply lasts.   T. M. Edmondson.  ���������Library patrons are notified that  until further notice the library will  not, b������ open Saturday nights. Books  must   therefore    bi*  changed  either  who has been stay-  winter   with   Mrs. [ W'dnerday or Saturday afternoons.  Conservatives  Attention!  An ordinary General Meeting of the Creston District  Conservative Association will  he held in the Parifth Hall, on  Thursday, Feb. 3rd  at EIGHT p.m.  The  business meeting will  he  followed by a  DANCE  commencing at 10 p.ra.  Admission to Dance: 75 Cents  each, including supper.  Indies  arc :-<<j:$esied to bring a cr.kc.  G. A. M.  YOUNG  Seoy.-TrviiB i3.anfeiitl.*i-Vcrm-\  Z^l'z a&.&$&. ���������*���������> :;-t;s&^^  ?fl  to  '**r  *B?VIEW;   ���������BE@mm.  wm  i.  p  U  Wi-tArt.  *������������  BBWUIfte/     V.  B-VB-fiJ  ���������Sisjjpfe; as A, B������ ������ ������������  Away ���������o2Sb Wit&  ���������2*4,~' "  n  1  When   your   ihroat   rattles,   you?  Their objective, he ?eoson������d, wee  fhe 2nney rfeservo. the place is which'  were kept those splendid specimens  sntll ready ior shipment So ������utsisk  points, and this they were bound to  strike, sooner or later,  For the first time since he had giv������  e-n thc wild things his protection, he  fell come tiling like fear lor his children. 3f thoac men chose to raid hie  PrcBcrvo, thcy were strong enough to  effect  their purpose,      DaHon'a foi  Ittnga and chest are sore your threat, 1owsrfl alonc numbcrcd some twentv  J3 stufteci witn cold���������don't fear eon- > 3awjess meWj and tncre wcrc othcr-s  ��������� sumption���������use Catarrh 02 one and get, w1l0 wou1d conic Jn with thcm if th  well.      It clears the throat, relieves *  hacking, relieves tight chest and soreness in the bronchial tubes, To clear  away Catarrh of the nose nothing  ���������could be better, Catarrhozone is nature's    own    remedy���������it* heals    and  were needed.  And against this number he could  perhaps recruit half a dozen, loyal  and true enough to stand foot and  foot with him and fight thc invaders.  If only Sagawa    would    return,    hc  tag and bronchial .rouble. . Preacrfb-1 \^A^PTZ\ t^ZtilZ *&������3"f  soothes���������relieves every form oi throat,   " ������"J7 ���������*���������  lung and bronchial trouble,    Prescrib-   'X%*!f^ il  ������d by many specialists and used by qwn* who wa  thousands evei? day.    ��������� Get the dollar, JJjJ. eared by every man of the Dal-  outfit; it lasts two   months   and   is! ^J.^ thc^.t!lcc,??���������ht.!n!.ght provc ]rS3  guaranteed,      Small size,    50c5  size, 25cj at all dealers,  uneven. But Sagawa was still out  on the red trail. There was no telling when that trail'might end, or how.  To-night, as he sat on the block,  beneath the wild-hop vine, thc voices  of his wild kindred caine to his ears  through the still summer air, low,  softly modulated, bespeaking serenity  and peace, and his heart grew heavy  with an oppression he could not shake  off,  He arose, at length, and followed  the path to the lake. As he passed  Lulu's cage, she gave a puwing cry  and lifted her yellow muzzle through  1 thc bars. He stroked her bewhisker-  ed check, and the big cat licked his  hand with her rough tongue. Plainly, she was begging him to allow her  to accompany him, as she often did in  his night rambles..  He hesitated, almost of the mind to  turn  a deaf  ear~!o her pleading, but  finally her hoarse  purring won  him.  First making sure  that    the    kittens  jL-urmg    uiu-    uays  win-cn iohowcu, * were asleep, he let down the bars, and  cagej 89''he went on down the $bth.  The feig cat /waa home ~m%s stretched  out. suckling her kittens.  Dorkin secured the bars of the cage  and turned back towards the cabin.  He had had a heiavy day's tramp  through his lower .dominion, and was  tired. As he came to thc glade, he  found Willow waiting for him under  the wild-honeysuckle vine.  "Are you goin 'to bed now, Dorkin?" she asked,-as hc eamc up, "or  are you goin' to keep on prowlisa'  around all night?"  "Why, Willow," he laughed, "it's  you who should he In bed.  She leaned her rifle against a tree  and stood up straight, arms folded  across her breast. "I won't go to  bed so long as 1 think you're liable to  be runnin' plum into danger," she informed him.  He glanced at her quickly, struck  by a disturbing timbre in her voice,  something of wistfulness, something  of hopelessness which ^rew Into the  ghost'of a sob as she said abruptly,���������������  "If you'll say you'll go in���������I'll, bc  gcttm* back, now, Dorkin."  He rosed himself.     *'I promise, lit;  tie Willow, the Wisp," he said, striving hard to assume the old bantering  tones of other days.     Then, sudden-  next shot, but hc twisted Tound so's! h, his face grew grave and his eyes  Stop that paini  QUICZ* wa-nnln-ar, eootbina?, -comforting  , relief -follows tan application of Sloan'b  lanim-mfc. Juet slap it ors the strained,  -overworked muscle. Good for rfceumatieme  too.   Penetrates ullihouSmbllne.  (Made iu Canada)  A  iifuxKiexn  fa^*mmwSli>^<MmBiaaB>atm  1 g Paxil s j  "enemv  to put .Gregg between him an' me.  Then, as they was makin' their getaway, I got Gregg through the shoulder, I'll cet him lower down next  time.      Oh," in answer to the man's  misty. That world of solitude, of  which they were a part, was a world  of reality, a world in which artifice  had no place. So that the smile upon  the^wan face she turned to him fail-  Willow studiously avoided Dorkin. If  he wondered at all, he gave no sign.  Perhaps it was^ just as  well, he reasoned.      He wanted time in which to  ���������regain his poise.      Never again must  he allow his heart to flame into that  wild  outlawry  which  overthrew   reason and made him, in his own eyes, a  thing debased and unworthy of a dead  .-���������father's   trust.       But  in   the  summer  nights    following    tireless    tr< kking  through his far-reaching    domain, ��������� in  search of manifestations of his enemies' vandalism, he lay awake thinking ���������  and wh.n he fell asleep he saw he'*, a  slender wisp of a girl, gazing at him  with  eyes that called and allured.  He missed her in those hazy, scented twilights, missed the grave eyes  lifted to his, the brown hands caressing the old violin, missed the voice  whose cadence was as soft a3 the  2cphyr3 born in thc pockets of her  native forest. He wanted her to remain always aa she was..now, he told  himself; he wished her simple joys  and pleasures might never know the  unrest which comes cf seeking after  knowledge,  It was easy far" him to reason so,  as he sat alone at evening beneat-h  the wild-hop vine, tiie big grey lynx  at [lis feet, gazing up at him from amber, trusting eyt's; easy for him, a  man of twenty-six, to assume thc part  ""of foster father to a girl of eighte en.  If only afte:Twards, as he lay sle p-  Icss���������shut away from thc how stars  and the night ������rents��������� that unuttcr bio  longing  elid  not   eromc   to  haunt  him.  Dviring the elny there w.-.s enough  toxoid !-,j--; mind av.;:.y from haunting  things���������thi'ig,-, -n tangible, -unreal, un-  f o rhi'i f',,t. .  F.d-e."1. Mar:-.h ;.n<I her uncle had ac-  eepteei his invitation to spend a couple  of we'/ks at Hardwoods Retreat. Thr  companionship  between   him   and   the  1,  rnor- t  perio-'.-J  missed  m-.e-r'Nl  Fi  ent-r  world   had  been1  it;  tr.:-'   -.'Li  E'iv-a,   ;  A'iliow,  ',     h.'i<1    <'  r.ic*'   1  ejuring the bri--f  '���������re.; together. He  but    not    as    hc  tour..  rr.^Vi-/ pTfi.-p of his  I throughout his Pre-'  1 h <������������������ rs whn r or,! y jn u r<\-  ered an*-! thriv- yours{ dead through  starvation- the b*. ever -brr; 'broken;  the wire fence abo^t the enclosure cut  to allow the -wolves to enter; rm-ny  tueh evider,rr-.r r.i ,s,(, ,-*,mity of Da!*  iton and  hlv, cotifevjf r������t'-<;  But not on*-*-'- die] hr or LaPeer SO  much as catch a glirnpr. ��������� of thc van-  dah. Th<-y were too running to hi.  -set't^. Undoubtedly, they cho-sa thr.  night in which to we;rk their persecutions, which, Dorkin conjee tu ed  truly, were but the. fore runner-t of  what they contemplated doing.  the great lynx bounded out and rolled  at his feet. Then they passed down  the path, the man walking slowly  with bowed head, the lynx stalking  silently after.  / There was no moon, but the big  starshung low above the lake.spraying its face with 'blue-white,' misty  light, and lifting the willow clumps  along its shore into giant distortions,  which cast huge shadows acro,ss the  water,  Dorkin seated himself on a log and  gazed across at the tree-studded  shore, opposite, a great, -arched jaw  cutting with spiked teeth the lifting  and falling aurora borralis of the  northern ski s, and gradually from his  soul was drawn all disquietude and  depression. The That, which had  drawn him to the solitude of space-  and had remade him, was over all,  strong, calm, powerful to protect him  and his.  When-he arose to seek once more  the path to ;he cabin, the dew nnsia  were glittering on fern and leaf: a  slender disc of a rafion was lifting  above the tamaracks, eastward. The  old lynx had gone back to her-kittens.  As he turned towards the pth,  from a thick copse along shore, some  fifty yards distant, there leaped a  streak of yellow flame,-and the sharp  crack of two rifles fir d together  awoke a hundred echoes. Dorkin  felt thc hiss_-of a bullet -above his  head. As hc sprang for the safety  of thc forest, hc heard the quick  "tack-tack" of a lighter rifle again,  and g'impscd one of two dim forms  speeding outward in a canoe, pitch  forward,  With a low cry he leaped across the  intervening space. The canoe was  rounding a small island in the lr-ke,  evidently making for the farther  shore,  Dorkin  glanced quickly, searching-  ly, about him.      "Willow," he called,  "Willow, where arc you?"  _ "T'm   here,   Dorkin,  here  close  beside you."  He turned, and saw her standing  straight and tall among the white  poplars. There was sufficient light  for him to mark the wanness of her  cheeks and the deep fire in her bg  eyes,  "Willow," he said again, and paused, his  utterance    stemmed    by    thc  look of wonder, "it was easy shootin', I ed to hide the heartache behind it  Dorkin. ' They were close an' the He drew her close to him, and lift-  light was good; besides, my gun's got! ed her face so that he might read all  ivory sight���������I couldn't miss." that lay written there.      But the eyes  Dorkin, thc girl's hand gripped in! were hidden beneath long lashes, and  his, sought the trail to the cab n. He only the tremor of the still-smiling  was too much the victim of conflict- lips told him of a fee'ing she had  ing emotions to speak, and Willow bravely striven to conceal,  had lapsed into one of her moods of n "little _ girl," he asked gently,  silence.  He bade her good-night, at La-  Peer's cabin, and passed oh to his  own, slowly, head bowed in thought.  Then hc remernberrd that he had neglected to put' up the bars on  Lulu's  "what is it?"  (To be continued)  In Uruguay the law forbids tht sale  ���������of intoxicants to women.  onien q������ C-xzW-B mm.  Testify  ~~~4X~*ZOntti-mm"! cm mora -Own pleased  %ith Pr, Reroe'e Favorite Preeeription. 1  was, ron-do-ma and  00 nervous that 1  ���������sould n-ai even stay  in the house aJo������a  in the day-time and  tried way kisd cl  saediei&e I heard ol  but B0- bo result-*,  One of noy fidendo  advised sue io talus  'Fav-isita Ps-scrip-  tion.' -aid that tt  ���������rauk! csrts vats, aso  it did. After taking  four bottles I fa!4  like a new -woman  nnd it is also the very best medicine for fi  woman bringing up a family. I will Kecom*  mend 'Favorite Prescription* to any one  suffering like I did,"���������MRS. JOeSEPH  BEAUDHY, E. B. 2.  WEAK AND NERVOUS  TQlsonburg, Ont.���������**I found Dr.Kerce'e  Favorite Prescription an excellent medicine  for the ailments of women. I had. become  very weak and roejvoua. I wae juet miserable -when I began taking the 'Favorite  Prescription' -and ii proved most beneScia).  It so completely restored me to health tha*  I have never had any return of this ailment.  I do advise ihe use of 'Favorite Prescription'  by women who suffer tt^im. womaniy troub������  le."���������MBS. GEO. WALKER, P. O. Bos  490.  Dr. Fiezee's Inavorite Preeeriptkm Us  made of lady's -almpe**? foc4j biask cohosh  root, unicorn root, hluo -cohosh root and  Oregon grape toot. Dr. Pierce knew,  When be first made this standard medicine,  that whiskey, mod morphine were injurious,  and so he has always kept them out ot his  r-sm-edies. Women who take this standard  remedy know that in Dr. Pierce's Favorite  Proscription tbey are getting a safe woman's  tonio so good that druggists evesgrwhss-e seU  it, in liquid or tablet form.  A  A woman will havc her   own  even if it is a roundabout way.  way  Women sliould take warning from such  symptoms as heat flashes, shortness of breathj  excessive nervousness, irritability, and the  blues ��������� which indicate the approach of the  inevitable " Change " that comes to all women  Hearing middle age. We have published volumes of proof that Lydia E. Hnlihasn's Vegetable; Compound is the greatest aid women caa  have' during this trying period;  Read About These Two Women 8  Fremont, O,���������"I was passing through the critical perio-3  ������f life, being forty-six years of ago and had aii the symptoms incident to that change���������heat flashes, nervousness,  and was in a goncsa*! run-down condition, so it was hard  for me to do my work. Lydia E. Pinkham's vegetable  Compound was recommended to me as the best remedy  for my troubles, which it surely proved to be. 5.feci bet*  ter and stronger in every way since taking- it, and the an������  aoying symptoms have disappeared."���������Mrs. M. Goddkn,,  S25 Napoleon St., Fremont, Obioc  Urbana, 111.���������"During Changeo2 Life, fa addition to  Its annoyir-ff symptoms 1 had an attack of grippe -which,  lasted-all winter and left me in a -weakened condition. I  felt at times that'I would never be well agaii������ I-read of  Lydia B'. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and what it did  for women passing through the Change of Life, bo I told  my doctor I would try it. I soon began to gain in strength  and the annoying symptoms disappeared and your Vegetable Compound has made mo a well, strong woman so a  eflo all my own housework.   I cannot recommend Lydia E,  'Woxuen Evei?ywlieue 35������f������an������a TTpvoa  ia  -'.*-%*  am's  M mtf-\\mPm\\mA%~-\t  Vfl^   ^B^*m    tVmXtlmm   ^gM  D0DDSy%  KIDNEY^  ^/i,PILLS  rDi*Aoh(:s  ^^^^^^~mm-mmmmmvm~-M*W^^^  revelation of the girl's superb courage and simple loyalty Glorr usly  beautiful rHc was, a wild thing fitting  perfectly its wild environment, sK-n-  d--r form tense, a veritable power ot  ���������e>oi?c, r.nusion, tlcstruct'on.  She threw the empty site1] from ber  little rifle and 1- verr-d another into tbe  Hejiinber. Then she stepp -d to his  fdele* and laid her brown hand on his  arm,  "T!'"*y didn't aim to #et you yet,  Dorkin," she said. "Thcy only wanted you to know they were able to K<-t  you any time, I guess. I'v<- been  watchin' them for more'n ;'n iK>iir.  Thcy were? hidir*' bcbinij tbern bushes  wh^-n you canv- down to the shore,  It was Dalton's man, Gr-"K)Bf, an' 1  didn't see the other man's face-. His  ba-tk wn toward m**. But, Dorkin,  he was a big man dressed in city  rlotleec an' h<- wore a widt- felt hat. I  hvArd him say to Grew. 'If he eomen  dov/n, aft usual, to-night, I'll je-st  ������,hoot close -"nough to him to let him  know we're on ihe job,- bm u'n not  tim* to fret bim yet. I just wieiit to  v/orry him  ���������toinw.' "  Dorkin patted the hand on bis arm.  "I've h*t-n waitin' br-re wiMt my  ^jfim .rniivfi on thetn men .rr a ion������  time*," the -fflrl ������ald wearily. "When  the big man r;u������ed hh riftr, f rut a  bn'l apf������ln������t it, ju*t ~)inv> his tri"Rer  firmer, to make his s' ot qn wild      t  V    V  Aimed*  ffellt-'e  arm, i'  ������������������"'*  '-' V���������  World  " Briefly Told  Insistent Demand of Labor Group for  Legislation on This Question.      j  This year the tabor pleaders repeat-  the    request    for the eight-hour day;  legislation.     Theresas   an insistent"  demand last session from, members of !  the Labor group for such a law. but i  the request was  side-tracked,  and it j  was intimated at that   time   that   a  commission would be appointed to investigate.     This has nqt   been   done,  but it is likely that ah eight-hour law  will be brought in by the government  ~.t the approaching session. The Labor  conference of the League of Nations,  held in Washington last year, agreed  that    the    eight-hour day should be  made the law in the signatory countries.     Canada was one of them, but  it has been held since by the Dominion Government that such a measure  can only be enacted by- the Provincial  Governments.���������Kitchener   Telegraph.  No One^Nesd liec-ome Oid  i  London has an average of nearly  40,000 brides a.year.  The average cost of living' in thc  United States is 99.'2 per cent, higher  than in 1914.  Tiie Manitoba provincial savings  bank reports deposits of over a million dollars.  Two hundred cases of whiskey-  found in a box car at Windsor are  confiscated by Inspector Lannin.  Another warning has been issued by  the British Foreign Office regarding  emigration to South and Central  America, without ample means or a  definite gua,r&.iii.c6 of employment.  The State of New York will get a  transfer tax of $1,084,761 from the  |27,205,2S5 estate left his widow by  F. W. Woolworth, the millionaire five  and ten.cent store merchant, who died  fn. April, 1919.  Bishop Fallon, in an address before  the Holy Name Society, at London,  Ontario, expressed the opinion that  Catholics had a constitutional right to  develop their schools in Ontario, up  to and including the university, In  & short time this would become a  matter to be decided by thc highest  courts of the empire.  Two million dollars have been appropriated by the Imperial-Oil Company for development,,,workiitt,.AAL-  berta during the present year, an  amount considerably in excess of any  previous expenditure, in this province  by the company. Drilling gangs are  busy at the present time piercing the  crust of mother earth ia various  districts.  Tlie success of a nurse girl depends  u^ebn her attention-to little things.  Dots*   your skin   gat   chapped   and  Irritable 1 Kr~ you distressed i>y slightly  reddened patches on which appear tiny  watery heads that burst and form into  'sore*?    Do your arms or fac������* feel sores,  inflamed aud  itchy ?     tf ao.   a coarse  fatty ointment will have little effect.  Vou  need   Zam-Buk   whose refined herbal  eKjxacts  penetrate   to tha  underlying  tissue and drive  disease out.     Being  powerfully antiseptic, Zam-Buk puri&es  the skin.   It soothes raw angry surf aces. -���������-���������  stops the intolerable burning, itchy irritation, and clears away sores and eruptions.  Mr- A.. Josey. Spry Harbor, Halifax.  N.S.. says: " I had eczema on the hands  for three years.  The intense itching kept  rae awake night long.    I had ' eczema  cures' but got no better until I applied  'Zam-Buk.       This   wonderful   healer,  however,   has  entirely rid me of������the  distressing disease;"   Don't suffer-winteter  skin torment a day longer   Get Zaa>-Buk  to-day I   50 c. bos, all dealers.  Famous London Doctor Inaugurates  Training Class For Elderly Men.  "Old age is just a pose,'* Sir James  Cantile, famous Harley Street physician, said in commenting upon his announcement that he would preside  tsver the inaugurations of a class in  physical training for business and professional men of more than 50 years  of age.  *'A man usually grows old because  he thinks it dignified," he said. "He  sits b^ck and lets the years do what  they like with him,. I shall be seventy in a fortnight, but I rise every  morning at 4.30, and soon af-fer that  dance for a quarter of an hour.  "I prefer step dances, the Highland  fling and strathspeys. There is not  enough exercise in the modern dances  for me." ,--*  ft Sidney Eeiiedy  SQdssy t?o*5hi<S3 era ffreqsseat^*-  caused bf badly dsg*������-sted food  which ov-w-ftsSc-ks these-organs to  eluru&eate the  Irritant  neida  kOrraraia    no if* jf<������*ur iiwfiiica See 4  proporly digest tho food by  taking ts to 30 -drops of Eseracs  ef R^ots* sold asm-^-rt Setge?e  Curative Syrup* and your kidney  t-i~4.r~\es will prpwiptiy  Sis-  WOMAN'S BEST  I  StfUMftSi 9 BJ  Proved Every  Day  That  Dr.  Hamilton's Pills Are Just  Right for Women's Ills.  Wealth in Sweden's Fprests  Mrs. Mary C. Solomon, 93 years  old* has been awarded first prize at  a count/ fair in Mississippi for being  the most accomplished horsewoman.  Little wonder woman suffers so  much from constipation. She always hesitates, continually puts of?  taking medicine.  Of course a woman's system is delicate. Is easily injured by,drastic purgatives.   Bitter experience with harsh  Tree Must Be Planted Immediately  One Is Cut.  The millionaire farmer is no novelty  ih Northern Sweden to-day, says a  correspondent His large forest holdings have combined with the high  price of*lumber to give him immense  wealth. The best of it is that by  strictly enforced law, no one may cut  a tree there without planting another  in its place, not even the owner of  the land.      Electric light and power  1  i������.  $100 Reward, $100  Catarrh   is   a   local   disease   greatly   influenced by constitutional cotiditiooa.    tt there-]  foee      fcejuifc**      tousUiuiiOuit      tfcaUucui. '���������  HALL'S   CATARRH   MEDICINE  if' taken  internally and acts through the Biood on the  Mucous Surfaces of the System.      HALL'S  CATARRH   MEDICINE destroys the  foun-,  dat ion   oi   the   disease,     Biv~9    the     patient  etsrenffth by tmprcvin*-**? the -jreaeraJ health and  assists nature in doing its work.     ������ 100.00 far  any case of Catarrh that HALL'S CATARRH!  MEDICINE fails to cures.  Druggista  75e.      Testimonials free,  F. J. Cheaey & Co.. Toledo, Ohio.  Ker Sense of Humor.  "Has your wife a sense of humor?"  "I think so," replied Mr. Meekton.  have been installed in half the ruralj "The funnier a gown looks the more  lhe AFFABLE  STRANGER"  j  - -    - .   -  _        -. ��������� .....  .    By  .-    Pster -McArtW  --* . N  Author o.  "The S.ed Cow." '"In Pastures  'r-' Green/' Etc  Meet Htm At Alt Book Stores  Publishers    .  THOS.   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A naturalness and regularity  of the system, so important to every  woman, is quickly acquired by the  regular use of Dr. Hamilton's Pills.  As a heaith-bringer, as a tonic laxa-  cars are-everywhere, and 75 per cent  of them of imported make, although  few of the cheaper kinds.  Styles Surprise Released Prisoner.  Free again after twenty-five years  in Chariestowu State Prison, the last  ten of which were spent without uttering a word,  P.  J. Hanlcy, otherwise known as ^Silent Corkey/8 <te  ciares the things that strike him as  most amazing are women's dress, the  tive, as an all-round ladies' medicine, j general refinement of people and the  there ts positively nothing so effica-   .  ,  ... , ., -  cious as Dr. Hamilton's Pills of Man- intelligence of the younger generation. High heels, short ekj.rt and  gauze stockings were his biggest  amazement and he thought them foolish and Tunny.  ington Star,  SEEP LITTLE ONES  WELL1WI  Send for list of Inventions wasted*  by Manufacturers, Fortunes have!  been made Irons simple ideas.S  ������������������Patent Protection" booklet and!  8 "Proof of Conception** on request*!  HAROLD & SHIPMAN & CO.!  PATENT ATTORNEYS 1  ft* OHtm-U*  eCHAHSORS    ���������    ���������    *3TTAV������A> CAMAOAi  n  drakg^hd Buttecnut; 25c per box, at  all dealers.  German Soldier's Bonus,  The city of Frankfort has given a  bonus of 50 marks to all veterans of  the war of 1870-71 on the condition  that they have lived within the city  limits since January i, 1920, and that  their income does not exceed 3,000  marks; At the present rate of esc-  change this "adjusted compensation"  will amount to 66 cents.  Wash Day and  Backache  WW ASH day la the least welcome day of the weelc in  moatjhomea, though sweeping  day te not much better. Both  daya aro most trying on tho  back.  ��������� The otratti ot wtuinrngv Ironing and  ���������wobplnor frequently derans:*** th*  kidney*. Tho ayatom Is potooned  And baolmchoa, rheumatism, pains In  tho tfmb-s result.  Ktdnoy action must bo aroused���������*  tho liver awakened to action and th*  frrfwela regulated by ������uoh treatmonl  em Dr. Cha*o'������ Kldney-Llvo* Pill*  tthli favorite proscription of tlio well*  known Eoeoipt Book author will not  fall you In tho hour of n*od.  Oo������ pm a <to������������, its. n. bot tt all dealers,  or HWtttJusott, ~.m.~ A Co,, ttd., toront*,  w&Ai^R^Hfc  The PUS That Brings Relief.���������-When  after one has partaken of a meal he  ts oppressed by feelings of fulness and  pains in the stomach hc suffers from  dyspepsia, which will persist if it bc  not dealt with. Parmeiee's Vegetable  Pills can be taken to bring relief.  These pills are specially compounded  HEART   SO   BAD  WAS NOT SAFE TO  LEAVE HER ALONE  White* Is a dangerous season for  the little ones, Tlie days are change  able���������one bright, the nestt one cold  and stormy, that the mother is afraid  to take the children out for the fresh  air and exercise they need so much.  In consequence they are often coop-  \ ed up in overheated, badly ventilated  rooms and are soon seized with colds j  or grippe. What is needed to keep1,  the little ones well is Baby's Own  Tablets. . They a will regulate the [  stomach and bowels and drive out  colds and by their use the baby will  be able to get over the winter season  in perfect safety. The Tablets are  sold" by medicine dealers or by mail  at 25 cents a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.. Brockville, Ont.  MONEY ORDERS   Buy yout out. ot town supplies with Da.  tninion- Ejcpresa Money Orders. ?foi dal*  laro costs three -cents. *    ���������   ..*.   .  CHOICE SILVER BiaclTBreedmi  Foxes.        Instructions.        Reid  Bros., Bothwell, On&rio.  Reason Enoufijh.  Susie.-���������"Papa, what makes a man,  always give a woman a diamond engagement ring?8*  Her Father.���������"Tha woman."-���������  Edinburgh Scotsman.  vouched for by legions of usera.  . * ,, ,  ���������������,., .-  ���������    Hoedless Query.  Kindly Old Lady.���������Poor man! And  are you married?  Weary Tramp.*���������No, lady. I  wouldn't be relying on total strangers  for support if I rad a wife, lady.  Miss Eva P* Yateman, Krugeradorf,  Ont., writes:���������"I feel that I must  write and tell you of the great benefit  I havc received from Miiburn's Heart  and Nerve Pills. About four years  ago I was taken terribly bad with my  heart, nerves and fainting spells, and  was down in bed for about aix  months. I doctored with two different doctors and seemed to get b tterf  M&oar&'e Liniment Foe Diphtheria*.  I  DISTiLL YOUR OWM^  water for Automobile Batteri-ts, Household, Persoos.1 and Industrial use. 2 1-2  gallon capacity. Will distill two quarts  per hour. Mads of pure copper. Book-,  let frea. Tho Thomas Manufacturing Co.,  Dept A, 704 Notre Dame Ave., Winnipeg.  More English surnames begin with  "W" than with any other letter.  to deal with dyspepsia, and their ster*--, although the fainting spells would not  hug qualities In this'respect can be| t���������_ J*.     T ���������,������..w *,/,������ -,.^u ^....-t.-.  Palnleag and perfect in their action,  Miller's Worm Powders arc always a  safe and reliable remedy for cliHdren  who show symptoms of worms. .These  leave ma. J would take such terrible  falls, wherever I was, that It was not  safe to leave me alone at any time.  At last I decided to resort to proprietary medicines and took several  different kinds, but seemed to receive  but little benefit from them. One  day, noticing the advertisement of  Miiburn's Heart and Nerve PllU I decided to try them, and before t had  taken more than two boxen X could  see they were helping me,  A woman likes fco have S. man tell  her that he thinks her feet are at least  two sizes smaller than he thinks they  are.  Worms In children, tf they be not  attended tb, cause convulsions, and  often death. Mother Graves' Worm  Exterminator will protect the children  from these distressing afflctions.  Eheamatism Relieved In I to 3 Daya.  South American Rheumatic Remedy 19 a wonderful medicine in the  treatment of acute or inflammatory  rheumatism, chronic rheumatism,  lumbago, neuralgia, and all ailment*  due to rheumatism, It often cure&  in 1 to 3 days.     At druggists.  Unnecessary,  "Willie, did you brush your teeth  thi* morning?"  "No. We didn't have any huckleberry pie yesterday."  Sorea Heal Quickly.���������Have you a  "Thou ahalt not kill" aiso applies  to time,���������Kingston Whig."  I"  "  'I  "      P ,,������".. !L..1'���������   ��������� J-L~-S2Sa  persistent sore that refuses to heal?   <aajr  Then, try Dr. Thomas' Eclcctric OH,   W sfMll*  In the dressing.     It will stop slough-    n ^**������������-������  Eves  taken about ten boxes, and am almost  cured of those terrible epclla. I sincerely feel that your medicine haa  proved a blessing to me, and I, advise  lug, carry away the proud flesh, draw  out the pus and prepare a clean way  -0-" the new ckln.     It Is a recognized  I "have I healer among oil������ and   numbers   of  symptoms are easily recognizable In I anyone troubled with tbeir heart to  a fcve/luh restlessness, frequently  ending In convulstona. A point of  notable Importance la that after Miller's Worm Powderg have expelled  thc wormo, the stomach and bowels  arc temed up Into a very healthy condition.  W,   N.   U.   USl  try them, as I am confident they will  find relief."  Milburn'ii Heart and Nerve Pilta  are 50c a box at all dealers or mailed direct on receipt of price by The  T. Milburn Co., Limited, "Toronto,.  Ont.  "When I wan once in danger of biting killed by a Hon," said an old Afrl-  cau explorer, "I tried altttnji down  and staring at him., ax I had no  weapons."  "How did Jt. work?" asked .hts companion,  "Perfectly? the Hon didn't ev<*o, offer to touch me,"  "Strange! XIow do you account  for It?"  "Well, 8ometlmc������ t think It wma bo-  people can certify that it healed where  properly applied.  Coat In commercial quantities is  found in 28 of the states and territories of thc United States.  Mf.nard'a   Liniment   Foe  Cows.  Garget   In  Granulated Eyelids*  Rf~~ infiametdi by e������po*  fur* to 8m, Oui and Will  quickly rellered by Mwtet  fytettttif. NoSnurdntR  Just By* Comfort.    M  ?'<Mtr Dntfflstt ~t by mill 60c p������r Bottl*  or B������ik M tfct Eft fret writ* Ml  MurtM Hy* ftMMsly t~~~~ <S9������le*fl������*-.  House With Straw Wall*.  A housc with walls made of compressed straw haa been erected in  Pari*,  The framework of the building la of  wood and the sides are filled in with  blocks of tightly compressed straw,  which are atated to be aa hard as concrete and |u������t as uninflammable. Owing to the lightness of the material*  only ftmall foundations are needed,  and a house of this kind can be built  tn a month, The Idea of using straw, cause I oat on th* top branch ot A  In this way h attributed to $ French 'aH *r������fc."  textile engineer, .-riinmimimiimi.*>/ ,*..<,.������   mmm, Never Judtfe ft man's worth by th*  Minardi Liniment For Colds, Ete>     titatcment ot tho taic collector.  Some men have good qualities, but  taclc the one necessary to make use  of them.  ,, *  ./E'-EKSy>: ',  BRfAlvUPACOLD  Gob-k'j Cotton Root Compos  m$di~it*4*  Bold ui th-isx &���������������  pnp~l~ ��������������� r*������������������P������ <���������?.,(-*���������  TMK COOK MKDtCIMK CO4  TMS*T*,*BT, {r4tmtritWx~m4  -^^mivm%\m0 mrntm' 1W  *   **^fm���������aammi*mm  ���������0~M WtHtiilafltlm  9S  tar  ������������������el Hsw ts Vtei  U.xH-4    FrtS    t.  Aiiim*. -p %--  "��������� W xH}������Z'k THE  CEESTON   BEVIEW  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C������  $ubscription : $2.50 a year in advance,  S3.00 to U.S. points.  C. F. Hayes, Editor and Owner,  ORESTON,  B.C.,  FRIDAY, JAN. 21  Does Quick Work  Burglar Cat eking  The quickest atid most, workmanlike bit of burglar catching that  has ever been executed in Creston  was done by provincial police Vaehon on Tuesday. About 8 o'clock  that morning he got a telephone  call from R. B. McLeod of the atora  staff, that the S. A. Speers' store  had been entered the night before,  and a quantity of goods stolen, and  without waiting to finish breakfast Mr. Vaehon immediately started work on the case.  Entrance   had   been   gained   by  way of the coal chute, a cellar partition door forced and access gained  to the store itself.    After partially  wrecking the cash register in order  to  secure  about $20 in silver that  had been   left  in   it,   and   togging  out   with   new   boots and    taking  along.half a  dozen other pairs, as  well as  a generous   supply   of  tobacco, confectionery   and   eatables,  the thieves   made their exit by the  warehouse door and taking Sirdar  Ave., Park Road and the road   via  the Bunce and F. Lewis places the  burglars   came   onto   the   C.P.R.  track just beyond the Lewis ranch.  Thanks to the fall of fresh  snow  during the    night   the   footprints  were fairly easily traced, and these  tracks   were   followed   along   the  right   Of way   to   Erickson, where  the C.P.R.   was  deserted   and the  road via the new high level bridge  taken to Canyon City.    Apparently they went on past the road that  turns into   the mill   and   lay down  for a time in the   bush there.    The  tracks  were  traced from there to  the .mill, cookhouse where, they  were refused breakfast. Log hauling operations being on by this  time further tracking of them by  the footprints was impossible, but  ou questioning some of the teamsters Mr. Vaehon learned that a  couple of men with sacks had passed along to Camp 3 where it was  learned they had purchased something to eat, and started on again  headed for Porthiil.  At the Porthiil station Mr.  Vaehon learned from the agent  that the two hhd left half a hour  before do wn the t rack for Bonners  Ferry. The Creston police officer  started down the Great ^Northern,  and after about a half-mile's walk  came across them unexpectedly in  the bush, where they were just  starting a Ore, presumably to get  something to eat. Coming on to  them completely by surprise they  made no offer to get away and were  promptly marched back to Port-  hill where R. S. Bevan, who had  motored Mr. Vaehon from Erickson to that point, was in waiting,  ahd the pair were hustled into the  car, arriving, in Creston about one  o'clock���������j ust about 6 ve hou rs after  the police officer started out in  quest of them.  They were taken to the provincial jail, \-idiere a. search of them  brought out about $16 in silver as  well as four pairs of boots and some  smaller articles. The men gave  their names as William Ellison of  Princeton, and Geo. Simpson of  Walkerville, Ont. They appeared  before Magistrate Crompton on  Wednesday night and were sent  up for trial at Nelson' officer Vaehon escorting them there yesterday.  Mr. Speers estimates that about  worth of goods were made off  with, but the most inconvenience  caused by the raid \v*as the partial  wrecking of thecash register. This  has been dislocated so badly iu some  parts as to make it only partially  usable.    The burglars, apparently,  are out of works who needed some  money. They were first noticed  about tow rf on Friday last.  Wynndei Claims  Livest U.F. Local  are not old hands at the., garnet but  'KA&P&*-''.  :'*l**JWV!*-J^*��������� ~^i 0-tf\m'. ���������  ^??sg^y<'  See Our Shelf Hardware  Walk in and look over onr Locks, Door Knobs, Bells,  and every convenience and improvement that can  be obtained in up-to-date Hardware.  We  carry  the   reliable   quality  kind  that  depend on for lasting service.  you   can  Hardware & Furniture Supply  M. J. BOYD        Company ManaRer  A look through the minute book of  the Wynndel local of the United  Farmers for their year just closed convinces that the oi-gam-zaiion ha,s had &  ye������ y.. useful eleven months' existence  in every ���������..way,.,* Wynndel U.F. was  started in February last, President  Wood and Director A. E. Swanson of  the Canyon,local being in some measure for the successful start.* They  were the chief speakers at the organization meeting, and their recital of  the work accomplished by the Canyon  City local, as we" as a setting forth"* ������F  the scope the organization gave for  community effort in every direction  helped in ho small measure in attracting the opening-night membership of  44���������ten of whom were ladies���������and  which membership has since grown to  58���������a more than' creditable showing  fur the district. ;'  Various matters were handled by  the U.P.,.,possibly the most important  being the .effort, put. forth to secure  needed repairs and additions t������> the  roads system of the Wynndel district,  and which is being followed up more  definitely this yeai by a committee  that hap alreadv looked the country  over and prepared a very definite  statement of rase as to the location of  1921 i-oad improvements along with  the estimated cost of such work.  In  the social   life of Wynndel the  U.F.   entertainment   committee   has  played an important part.    Concerts  and   dances   have   been     undertaken  which  not only   provided   entertainment  but  which   were  the  means of  providing i-eyenue wherewith to send  a   dele-gate   to last   year's  provincial  convention at Victoria,  and  a matter  of $53 was also secured to help defray  the  expenses  attached  to the central  office,    which   it   was   impossible   to  efficiently maintain from the pro rata  share of dues sent in from the individual locals.    Mrs.   Victor Johnson (nee  Anna Hagen), Miss D. Butterfield and  H.   F.   Packman   had charge of  this  committee's   woj-k and certainly*, were  on the job from, start to finish.    This  year the committee   will' be  chosen  from  month  to month so as to divide  the vvork more equally among all the  members.    Another useful, committee  was the sick  and welfare, which was  chosen alphabetically each month from  all the members.   Thanks* to the general good health its labors were comparatively light, but any cases coming  to its attention were well looked after.  From the doings put on by the en-  tertainnent committee a total of $228  was raised,  and  by  the careful husbanding of this revenue along  with  the dues-a balance of over -$100 was on  hand at the end  of the year, which  will considerably  expedite the matter  of sending  a   delegate  to this year's  annual provincial convention.  During November and December  the U.F. brought in a couple of cars of  hay which were sold to member  practically at cost. The local has also  sent delegates toCreston in connection  with meetings proposing to tuke  action in the matter'of importing hay  in large quantities*. A representative  from here has been selected to cooperate in the work of the district  health nurse whose headquarters is at  Creston, while the lady "'members were  much to the fore in putting on the  children's Christmas concert and treat  on December 17th.  Itutiring proaklerit Pignt-t and his  associates on the U.F. executive may  well be proud of the local's ll>20  achievements, und the way President  Cooper and his workers on the direct  orate are shaping! up 1021 will be  equally us good a year for the organ*  izution as well im the community us a  who'e.  ���������fptfl If��������� -p ������|l l|i 101 mp (|*4������l l|l ^ *lf'**fH������Mp<|ll^������|������^*^*l^|-^  **MHHhH������  ��������� ���������  4.  $50 to $5,000  A YEAR FOR LIFE  A CANADIAN GOVERNMENT ANNUITY PROVIDES IT   t  ���������.ammimmmiMmit-! tmmm ^iftii-i*������ii������****>**^  ��������������������������� No better life investment -available  ���������������������������No -better security obtainable  ��������� Cannot be *eixed or levied upon for any cauae  ���������Will be replaecewl if loat, ���������tolen or destroyed  ���������Not leff'ecteedl by trade depret-sion  - Free from Dominion Income Tax  No medical examination required  Anyone over the ������ne of 3 yenm resident or domiciled in Canada  may purchaser.  Any two person* may purchase jointly.  Employers may purchase for their employee*���������achool board* for  thf ir T.ea<-her*    congreKntions for their minister*.  Applv t. y " f p-est ,i dte-r, at write), -xi-at*-** trnts, tc������ fl T B ������teil-<, fUux-tr  mtmdesrtt of Anmiit-le**-*. Ot eww, its. tttmr book fat atvl n*h������ \nitt n tirttt iltti ml  Bt^tr trt ������**t*'1 n.t loir hlrftwUy  D ��������� PR-  ~~Z~, B-"#*-%  BiBesess fgsaar ally eooaes to those who go looking ior it, end the man with a substantial  Savings Account Is always in a position to  graaffie good opportunities Ior investment  Of  Save!   Open an account with this Bank si  once.   Interesfepaid at current rate. lsa  UVIIXEWU* 0/\iNR,  GRESTON BRANCH,  C. W. ALLEN,  Manager.  LAAA*-,liiii,li,*l-liliil i  rTTTT'l1'?? f T*Tfl  At Rossland there is prospect ot  two ladies bolrig in tho field for tho  city council, and possibly three for  places on the school board.  Tho Women's Foreign Missionary  Society of Cranbrook Presbyterian  church raised almost $800 last year  for missionary of fort, besides another  $28 for the Oontral Kuropo famine  fund.  COW ESTRAY  Yellow cow, hnin-luii L on Ihe right  hip. Howiii-il to party returning rfume  lo R. J, LONG. KHokmm.  HEIFER  ASTRAY  Ited and while heifer, 2|ynu.s old,  liiitndr-d 5f> on left Hbp, hole in left ear.  AIho oui' black Hteer. 0 month*) old,  Kmvard to party giving informntiop  h'ewling to ri'covmy, ,1. H. Mlllwr*,  tVe-aton.  ���������*$  unc  r*^Bi.-g������-fl?������  t$shed Tim'othv'  m������  lT<HlTS3L  -at close prices  UM'TED  1^0119-1.8'  ������=  For Men  Wool mixed Socks, 45c.  Heather mixed Socks, 50c and 75c.  All wool grey Socks, 75c, 90c. and 95c.  Artie Socks, very heavy, $1.10 and $1.25.  Ladies' Hose  Special values in Black Cotton, 45c.  Special values in Brown, 50c. and 55c.  Penman's Lisle at 80c.  Cashmere finish, heavy, 75o.  Cashmere at 1.10, 1.15' $1.65.  For Boys and Girls  All sizes frem 4 to 10������ in Wool and Cotton at  prices from 35c. to $1.25���������very special values.  Greston Mercantile Company  LIMITED  TRAVELLERS'  CHEQUES  Convenience, security and economy are  secured by the use of Travellers'Cheques  issued by this Bank. They enable the bearer to identify himself and are readily  converted into the current coin of any ,  foreign country. M\  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  PAID-UP CAPITAL      -    " -        $15,000,000  RESERVE FUND -        .        $15,000,000  CRESTON BRANCH, C G. Bennett, Manager.  m. mmm  HMMM  ,i,j;: Jl.'.H^J.<-l*31~,!  ..���������.'���������..^....^hilit-,,^-,*^^^;^*;*,^^!-^^....'^ ,,i:;^.,������g:*.^-g>^MMMM������M������aIM.  mM-  MtiilMiMnnMBi^Hii For 1920 the Trail smelter treated  80,-QGG Ions more ore than was handled  in 1919.  I'*  NOTICE OF ANNUAL  MEETgNQ  Greston &eFB  The annual meeting of Creston Valley Agricultural Association, which  was postponed, will be held at 2 p.m..  Thursday, January 27fch, in Speers'  Haii, Business-; Election of omeeers  and other important matters, R.  WAt.MSLEY,-Secretary,  CATTLE ASTRAY  One red cow .'.-..about- 5 yeas old,, slit  and/'V" in ear; one yearling heifer;  unbranded, red with white spot- on  forehead; two heifers* 18 months old,  Reward to parties giving information  leading to recovery. H, P. WOOD,  Box 59, Creston.  CATTLE ASTRAY  Jersey heifer, 3 years -oid. also two  red and white heifers (Shorthorn)  which haye been around my place  since summer.���������* Owner can have same  on payment of feed bill. N. STONES,  Lister. '������������������.,  There was quite a . good turnout of  members of Creston local of the United  Farmers on ^.Tuesday   night,     at  which tbe principal   business  was the  election  of officers for 1921, the following being  chosen:    President,  W.  VY    Jackson.    Vice-iPresident.     Jas.  Compton.     Secretaipyrtt'easui-er,     W.  McAlpine.    Directors,     Jas.   Adlard,  W. Truscott, Chas. Moore, J. P. Cook.  The treasurer's, statement showed   a  small balance on the right-side of the  ledger.    While   the forination of the  Erickson  local. has taken  sonis members  from   the Creston .branch  new  members coming along indicate that  the organization  has  a  bright future  ahead  of it.    Monthly meetings  will  be heid reguiariy, and at ah early date  the social side will  be developed, the  opening number to be a whist drive  and dance. - "���������  "  Is therezbmv  In  the  BJ  i a  r. **V-  This is the-first ques- .  tion that presents itself  to the "housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in-for a meal. But.why  worry ? S-  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest  Quality  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  Bologna, (Skc  are always. to be had  here. In meats nothing  quite equals 'Shamrock'  products.  ., Commencing. with the new year  Grand Forks has a staff of ten-te-teh-  ers in its public school.  Sunday skating will  not be allowed  on   the open   aii- rink .:  operating at Cranbrook.  open   air rink the council is  We have a line of  Overalls  to clear at attractive prices.  Men's heavy Blue Denim,  Bib, $3.75  Men's'Khaki   drill Pants  $3.75.  Boys' btack Denim Pants  $1.50.  Men's   Blue    and   White  Stripe Overalls.  Children's Rompers,  Rubber Footwear,  SUGAR l7������c. lb.  Reduction in Canned Goods.  10% Discount for Cash over $1.00.   5%  Discount on all monthly accounts  paid before the 10th of the month.  Butterfield & Son  Wynndel  The roarin' game has caught on in  great shape at Fernie. Least week a  ladie's curling club was organized.  At* Trail the waterworks system  made the citv a matter of $1000 after  meeting all charges against it in 1920.  Another butcher shop has just opened for bnsine?s at- Fernie-. making, a  'total   of seven  meat retailers; in that  city, -������������������''.'. ./���������:���������     ';>���������-������������������-":������������������  The citizens benevolent society at  Fernie closed its year' with $354"cash  on hand, and $400 worth of Victory  Bonds.'-' "~  Recentlv someone stole about $100  worth of globes and other electrical  fixtures from the" curling rink at  ..Fernie.-   '.'-,.  ;; Fires losses .at Penticton  last year  were a mutter of $10. according to the  annual report of the chief of the fire  ���������brig^e.*-  .-;:,:.,.;. -*-*.'  ���������#^-;   Pi ��������� :���������-:"'". . ������������������ '       '  -The inspector has recommended the  erection of au eight-room   high school  at Trail, at a probable present-day cost  of $80,000.  From May 1 Us December 31st 240  cases wei-e tried at Fernie police  court, and a total of'*$7600 was collected in fines.  : :Cra'pbro6k Women's Institute made  about $500, from various sources last  year and managed to spend all of it  except $151.  TheC.RR. has informed Penticton  council that business at present, does  not warrant giving that town a night  telegraph service.  N The, Knights of Pythias flourish at  Nakusp. Recently a Jadies lodge of  this order was organized with a matter of 22 members.  Cranbrook is having its usual heavy  spell of winter sickness and St. Eugene  hospital is crowded to the roof with  patients at present.  The Free Press urges the installation of some sort of check system to  get away from the many mixups over  wraps at Fernie dances.  Cranbrook police couvt had a turnover of almost $1000 a month last year,  the fines for-1920 totalling $10,702.  Penticton claim to have made  $2,821 on its waterworks system "last  year. In 1912 there were 197 users.  Least year tlie total twas 938.'  After serving eleven years on Cranbrook school boai-d���������ten of which be  presided as chairman���������Harry White  has retired from trustee life.  Cranbrook citizens take some comfort out of the - fact that generally  speaking Crowsnest is at least 18 degrees colder than'Cranbrook.  The ladies'guild in connection with  Cranbrook Church, of England had a  banner year in 1920, their total ingathering being ahnost $2000.  Employees at Trail smelter, as well  as at the Consolidated's mines at Koss-  land and Kimbefley. have had a further cut in pay of-55 cents a day.  The Herald eestiniates that $650,000  was spent on new buildings at Penticton last year, of which 150 were new  dwellings of one sort and another.  . After paying all its-debts the Keyel-  stoke creamery finished the yean with  ajsurplus of ^200, .which enables it to  pay the shareholders a 6% dividend.  The serving eif'hot'doughnuts helped materially in bringing the total  receipts of Presbyterian Ladies' Aid  -annual bazaar at'* Grand Forks up to  $350.  Boots, Shoes. Harness  Repairing  We guarantee satisfaction and  prompt service.    Charges  reasonable.  JOHN JOY  I-ostoffice Blk.      CHESTON  *  Shoe Repairing  Men's  Half SoleH, fl.stf  Women'sHulf Soles, JptOO  (Inamntaerl for 0 months.  /\ieXe������ 1V������1I*0lOG1iX  Shoemaker   - -    0KE8T0N  Ford Price:  Again Reduced  TOURING Oar, with Slarfer..;.::..$ 775.00  TORPEDO Car       ���������'         710.00  COUPE ���������������        1100.00  SEDAN "     ...... 1200-.00  TROCK "         750.00  f.o.b. factory  TRACTOR (f.o.b. Calgary) $1075.00  You should consider* when  purchase a Car'or TJYaotor tlmt '  we carry every part for oars  nnd tractors we sell and, further, we have appointed Ford  Service Stations in our entire  district, who are supposed to  carry genuine Ford parts,  Creston Auto & Supply  R. S. BEVAN. Prop.  Even with a foot of snow on the  ground the Free. Press states that  Fernie has almost as much auto joy  riding as in the good old summer  time. ,;.  The voters list for the 1921 municipal election at Or;:nbrook contained  just under 600 iiimivs. and of these at  least one-third never took the trouble  to vote.  "Police.court fines at Trail last year  were $3353. and of this amount over  ���������$800 was taken from gambling_c-ises,  arid alriiost $2000' from liquor prosecutions'.  Revelstoke city treasurer reports  that for 1920 $2,309 profit is shown by  the waterworks system; but the electric light plant was a loser to the tune  of.$3,281.;~P-      p   -  The presenceof so many unemployed men or other good and sufficient  reasons, has led the council to put a  'night*' policeman'Ymce more-tin duty at  Rossland.    ; P--App ���������'  .".    .. .....     -,.,-X-.- -r >. .-       -'.-..-  -i    *  ..',*..*, .*      -rrr:   ,.   ���������-'     - *  .Z, Xusjtead of ^qijije an^luJjoraie drinking: fountaini ..Gfjand -Forks, will now  content itself with building , a- neat  stone. monument as the town's, soldiers'  memorial.     -      .  ���������The school b6ai-d at Fernie have  been requested -to provide for the  salary ofa school health nurse when  making up the 1921 estimates of school  expenditure. ..  Sales manager Lowe of the O.U.G.  states that the Okanagan growers-got  from 75 cents to $1 per box more for  their 1920 apples than was received, by  U.S. growers.  In order to encourage trade Dr.  Tepoeirten ol Grand Fo������-ks is having  films shown at the moving picture  theatre that illustrate the need of  better care of the teeth.   ���������  Both the Baptist and Presbyterian  churi-hes at Cranbrook are having  their troubles getting pastors. The  latter has   been ' without   a  resident  pastor for almost a year.  **,-,. * ,  The   presidential   ability   of R. E.  Beaiti-a of Cranbrook can no lunger be  questioned.    Last week he was made  head of the Cranhpook City and Cranbrook district Liberal associations.  At present the payroll at Trail  smeller ia at least 80 per cent below  normal times, due to stopping of all  construction Work-Kind the elimination  of every possible bit of Sundav labor.  Kaslo citterns certainly appreciate  the hospital located In their town.,  Tho institution was -a', little short of  funds to cIoro the year with and a one-  day's canvass of the townspeople netted $400, r"  Penticton hospital finances are in  very bad shape, lt o������ es other people  almost $5000, and has uncollected hospital dues of less than $3000 wherewith to liquidate its indebtedness.  Fernie citiwns in some i-umbers, are  indignant over the ruling of the trustees that graduates-of Fernie schools  whose parents reside in that town  must not be employed as teachers, in  Fernie schools.  President Ternan of Rossland board  of trade would furnish tht unemployed  of that city remunerative employment  by acquiring a timber limit near the  town and cutting the trees into firewood,Which is selling at $14 a'cord.  Although structures valued at $37,-  700 were" endangered by fire at Oran-  brook last year, the town's excellent  fire brigade kept the actual loss down  to a matter of-less than $22,000. on  wnich insurance of $21,000 was collected.  At Greenwood the citizens showed  their appreciation of the services of  Mayor Gulley during 1920 by presenting him with* a ease of pipes, and  electing him by acclamation for 1921.  Mrs. Gulley was remembeied with-an  ivory brush.  New Denver would look to be the  place where people live longest. The  town boasts four real oldtimers, aged  90, 87, 80 and 70 years. Three of them  are Nova Scotia Scotch, and aro looking forward to BurnsV" night with  pleasurable anticipation.    -  COW ES i RAY  Came to my premises about Dec  10th, ���������one red cow, white legs, 3 yeai k  old,* ears tipped and notched. ��������� Owner  can have same on proving property  and' paying expenses, H. F. Wood  Box 59, Creston.  Lop! Orange Lodge, No, 2095  Meets THIRD THURSDAY of  each   month   'at    Mercantile  Hall.   Visiting brethren coi-di*  :   ally invited.  ERIC OLSON, W.M  land it ei f,sn9ntrmanh  For 1921 the efforts of "Penticton  Women's Institute will be directedrto-  wurd fitting, up a rest 10,0m for the  teachers at the public school and  furnishing books for a school- library.  For . the playground they willlfurnish  teeters,; chutes,and swings h  of th e, younger "scholars.  Varnishing, Paper flanging  Wail Tinting  Graining.   &c.  Siammg,  When   deciding  on   your   Spring  interior decorating drop me a  card,   either   to    Gbeston    or  Brickson, and I willhe pleased  to give you an estimate.  W.G. BIR-VEY* Erickson  Minimum price of first-class land  reduced to $5 an acre; second-class to  $2.50 an acre.  Fr������-emotion no* confined to surveyed lands only. ���������     .    '     -  ���������  Records will be -granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purposes  and which is non-timber land.  Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  but parties of not more thau four may  arrange for adjacent pre-emptions  with Joint residence, but each making  necessary Haaprovememts on r-sspective  claims. %>  Fre-eraptors must occupy claims for  five years and make improvements to  value of $10 per acre, including clearing and cultivation of at least 5 acres,  before receiving Crown Grant.  Where pre-emptor in occupation not  less than 3 years, and has made pro-  portlonate: improvements, he may, because of ill-health, or other cause, be  granted intermediate certificate of improvement and transfer his claim,  j Records   without    permanent   residence may be issued, provided applicant makes improvements ta extent of  |300 per annum and records same each  year..   Failure to make improvements  or record  same will  operate  as  forfeiture:    Title cannot be  obtained   in  fess^than.B years, and improvements  of  $10.00  per acre,   including 5  acres  cleared and \ cultivated,  and. .residence  of at least 2 years are required, tm  ���������������������������  Pre-emptor    holding    Crown    grant  may record another pre-emption, if he  . requiress land in conjunction with  his  farm, without actual occupation, provided   statutory   improvements   made  ana   residence   maintained   on   Crown  granted land.  Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 2o  acres,, may be leased as homesltes;  utle to be obtained after fulfilling resi-  dential and improvement conditions.  For grazing and industrial purposes  areas exceeding 640* acres may be  leased by one person or company.  > Mill, factory or Industrial sites on  timber land not exceeding 40 acres  7S~.y -- purchased; conditions inchi-de  payment of stumpage.  Natural hay > meadows inaccessible  by existing roads may be purchased  conditional upon construction of a road  to them. Rebate of one-half of cost of  road, not exceeding: half of purchase  price, is made.  PRe-EMPTORS'  *#   '  FREE      ORANTS  'BANFFf-���������'  Winter Sports  CARNIVAL  JANUARY 29th to'FEB. oth  Banff's    famous   Toboggan    Slide  open all the time.  Swimming in the hot sulphur pools.  Hockey, Ski Jumping, Snpwsboeing  Trap Shooting, "Curling^  Dancing every night.  Good hotel aodommodation.    Make  your reservations early.  For information  and   literature  apply to any GP,R. agent, or  J, E. PROCTOR,  Dietriot Passenger Agent  CALGARY, Alta.  time witmn which the heirs or devisees  > 9* * -deceased pre-emptor may apply  for title under this Act Is extended  ^from: for. one year from thte death of  such person, as formerly, until one  year after the conclusion of the present  war. This privilege is also made retroactive. &  No fees relating to pre-emptions are  due  or payable  by soldiers on    pre-  _emptions recorded after June 26. 1918  -Taxes are remitted for five years.  j   /Provision r<or return of moneys ac-  crued. due and been paid since August  .4, ivU, on account of paynssnts, t*~~a  - or taxes on soldiers' pre-emptions.  interest on agreements to purchase  W1..0^ cltJr Iota hftld ������>y members ������f  Allied Forces, or dependents, acquired  direct or indirect, remitted from enlistment to March 81. mo.  8UB-PURCHA8ER8  CP CROWN  m .        LANDS.  ������ Provision made for Issuance of  rown grants to sub-purchasers of  rown Lands, acquiring rights from  purchasers who failed to complete  purchase. Involving forfeiture, on fulfillment of conditions of purchase, Interest and taxes. Where sub-purchasers do not -claim whole of original par-  pel, purchase price due and taxes may  be   distributed    "        ^  whole  area,  made by May  GRAZING.  Qraslng Act. 1919, for systematic  development of livestock Industry pro-  ^i1*! i������T ������Ta8lnK dtstrlcta and range  administration under Commissioner.  Annual gracing permits Issued based  on numbers ranged; priority for established owners. Stock-owners may  form Assoclatlona for range management. Free, or partially free, permit*  for settlers, campers or travellers, uie  to ten head. gr  !��������������������� uuo M.iiu tuxes may  1   proportionately   over  Applications   must   be  1, 1820.  For the last two weeks work In  December tho miners nt Fernie drow  a total pay of $227,000, Hail the cold  woiithor lasted that "town was assured  a prosperous new year for a starter at  any rn to.  OwIiir t������������ hisuttlcient patronage tho  skating rink at Hosslund is not operating this your. In view of the extremely mild winter It Is doubtful if  It would have heerva paying proposl-  tion anyway.  Poritloton citizens will pay' taxes  this year nn an assoRHiiient that Awn  iiiiTcuHerl $1,750,000. The Increase Is  largely due to'the ���������rirectlon 'of new  buildings and an c-nhanccd valuation  of fruit trees.  DOING  ANY  BUILDING  or  FIXING UP  We can  supply  Portland  Cement  Lime  Shingles  Lath  Lumber  all sizes and .  grades.  GaRyon City Lumbsr OosispsRy  I., t UK I "IT IE1 ID ���������i *������������������������������������  THE     REVIEW.     CBBSTON.     fi      0/  r  Di PAQAMT  ER  READING  i Upper i/&n&u8.  tct  Society  6 St SO Richmond 3s.  .t5* r\ x> r\ TvT T- fi  PIONEERS  EN  CANADA,  By  Herbe-rt Strangr,  Prices ?l.2S  SILVER SANB, By S. R. Crockett, Prices S1.00.  HOW TO   RSAD  SHAKESPBARB,   Br Jas.  Stalker,  &LA.,  D.D., Pri-co $1,-50.  YKE    COMPL.ETB    HOUSEKEEPER,     By    Emily    Kolt,  Pries ������i.OO.  THS ATTIC GUEST, By Robert E. Knowles, Price $1.00.  THE WINSTON -SIMPLIFIED DICTIONARY, Cloth $1.75,  Leather $3.50.  KIDDIES. By J. J.  Bell,  Price $1.00. .���������������*  REPRESENTATIVE   MEN   OF  THE   NEW TESTAMENT,  By George Matheaon, D.D., Price (1.00.  MARY CARTH, By Annie 8. Swan, Prico 81.00.  ALL. BOOKS' POSTPAID,  e=rr  59EF  evelopxng Agriculture in Canada  Must ^Swear Aiiei  Australia Has Mew Regulation* Dealing With Immigrants.  A Melbourne, Australia, despatch  4* to the London Times says that a  regulation has been gazetted which  will enable the authorities to ��������� require  any person landing in Australia from  Great Britain to take the oath of allegiance, This regulation waa formulated owing to a report that a Sinn  Fein emissary was bound for  Australia.  FRAGILE, PALE  ���������J.  ~*,& A  ;i-C6iored  .  Iflakas a  *r@tty  A man, woman or child who does not enjoy good healtji and the bless-  $ng oi: a sound, strong body is handicapped in life -no matter how well off  thcy may bc in this world's goods, because nothing else, or all else, can compensate for the lack of health. And thc nation that docs not take active  measures to promote and protect the public health is allowing a weakneess  fco continue and develop which cannot but retard thc national growth and  prosperity and undermine the national strength. -  While good health and a physically fit body is thc first and most important item in the equipment of the individual, and thc chief asset of the  Sate, second in importance comes a trained and educated mind. A nation  of giants if ignorant and illiterate could not accomplish much for their own  betterment, and would, in fact, be. a menace to the world.* Brute force  would be their dominating characteristic; they would be a relic of caveman  days. Therefore, wise nations and far-seeing Governments place the development of education among the peopie as one of the fdremost duties of  the State.  It was" in recognition of these facts that, in this series of articles on  the duties, functions and methods of government in Canada, attention has  been devoted in preceding articles to the work and activities of Government  along these lines. However, the possession of health and strength is but  equipment to do the world's work, and education is a tool in the hands of  the workman wherewith he can do the best possible work in the most efficient manner. Given these essentials, it next becomes the duty of the  Slate to assist people to work along right lines and by the most approved  methods, and in ways which will redound to the welfare of the individual  and the prosperity and growth of the nation.  There are certain things which each individual must do for himself;  there are others which people must accomplish by co-operation and a union  of their individual efforts; there are others which are beyond the capabilities of the individual, or groups of individuals, and which must be undertaken by the State in the interests of all if successes to be achieved.  The chief business of the Western Provinces of Canada is agricultural  ���������������to produce food, not alone for their own people, but for all the world.  Nature itself designed these Provinces for that work, and it is the part of  wisdom for Governments.to accept Nature's design and assist to the fullest  possible, extent in working it out. It is only right and proper and good  business that one of the most important of the departments of government  should be that devoted to agriculture. It is ttf-eli that this fact has been  recognized so fully in all three Prairie Provinces from the earliest days.  The duty of fostering agriculture in Canada is, however, not confined  by the Canadian constitution to either the Federal Parliament or the Provincial .Legislatures, but is an obligation laid upon all. Unfortunately,  this has led to much duplication of effort and over-lapping in services so  that full value has not been received by the Dominion for the large sums  r.pent annually for thc encouragement and improvement of agriculture.  It is high time that a clear understanding as to their respective fields  of ciideavor should be arrived at between the Dominion Government on  thc one hand and the Provincial Governments on the other. There are  certain phases of agriculture which are common to the whole Dominion  and these might well be set apart as coming within the exclusive jurisdiction of the Federal authority. On the other hand, climatic, soil and other  conditions differ so greatly between fche Maritime Provinces, the old Provinces of Ontario and Quebec, the three Prairie Provinces, and British Columbia, that it is thc height of folly for the Dominion to attempt to deal  with many -of the questions which engage their attention, and which the  several Provinces, owing lo local conditions, have likewise been forced to  undertake. Th*Jsc might well be left exclusively to the several Provinces  to manage as their particular interests demand.  Instead of this being done, it is unfortunately only too true that in  many cases when a Province inaugurates a certain line of work in connection with agricultural encouragement and betterment it Is* a signal for the  Federal Department of Agriculture to engage in the same activity, and in  other instances Provinces commence a duplication of services being-performed by the Dominion. There appears to be a reluctance on the part  of officialdom in ~\\ our Capitals to abandon any particular branch, possibly  because it would mean that some officials would be out of a job; possibly  for purely parly political reasons. As a result we havc dairy branches, and  livestock branch rs, ancl branches devoted to this and that, at Ottawa and  aU the Province.-, with, of r.nurse, duplication of effort and waste of money  in   iii any wV/s  There if< -v wond".rf*>i opportunity for sewne on?: of the nine or ten  ~A?iPva'-,'.. ot Arjri-rallure in Canada to (.h*.vL,,c a plan for ending all this confusion, wistr and ov-r-iapping, and for the co-ordinatien of agricultural,  edurational and experimental w-*rk in linr. Dominion, ?$, will mean the  M.)vh)f.,r r,t" million *. of do'iiar:- m������w w'tbt'et i.u au c^elr-nSKOtt of re-ally worth  while work in olln'*',- di-'*'lion-"., nr enhirginj.; (lie pro^pemm���������'"���������-; ���������i.lrt.-ady t.������eing  liU'-nipied.  A-aia***-)*  nmpc  mmm.iA"  aifff-n  Th A V.. 1f������  Tho Melancholy State of Thousands  oi   Bloodless   Children   and  Young Girls.  How often do you hear the remark,  "She is very delicate?" ��������� How often  it means that some young woman is  living in misery, Buffering from  periods of prostration, dizziness, loss  of appetite and disordered digestion.  Headaches afflict her at intervals;  pain ia the back and limbs follow  any ' exertion. She. is never really  well.  This    fragile    state of health, this  lack  of vitality,    call*    for    prompt  treatment.     The blood must be nourished : and    made    strong enough to  vitalize the system that is so lacking  in   energy.     In -such cases Dr. Williams    Pink    Pills    have proved re-  ma-kably    successful    in making the  new, rich, red blood necessary iii restoring tone to the system,     Mrs. I*.  M.    Duncan,    South  Montana, Ont.,  tells of the    wonderful    benefit    Dr.  'Williams 'Pink Pills made in the case  of ��������� her    young daughter.    She says;  "It is only right that I should let you  know of the good derived from the  use of Dr. Williams' Pink l'ills by our  girl'of eleven years.    She was,always  very thin and not gaining in weight.  Her appetite %vas poor and she had no  desire   for   wholesojne food.    Finally  we decided to give her Dr. Williams''  Pink   Pills.      After  taking  one  box,  she went a^ay on a three weeks va-  vation,   taking   three   boxes   of   pills  with her, which   she   took   regularly  while she was away.     When she returned home we were surprised and  delighted to see how well she looked,  and tc- find that she had gfained seven  pounds in weight.     She had a much  better color and her appetite had improved so that shji was always ready  for her meals.      bhe continued using?  the  pills   until   she had  taken   se*ven  boxes, and the    great    improvement  they made in. her condition was noticed by many around here.     I can only  add that I believe Dr, Williams* Pink  Pills are a splendid medicine."  The best time to begin taking Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills ia Che moment'  you feel the least bit out c>������ eorfca.  Thc sooner yc-u do so the 6ooner you  will regain your old time energy. You  get these pills through any medicine  deaicr or by mail at 50 cents a box or  six boxes for $2.50 from The Dr. Williams* Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  "Alqnbst 'Lynched  It happened to a local druggist that  sold a cheap acid corn salve instead  of the reliable Putnam's Corn Extractor. Substitutes burn thc flesh���������  Putnam'3 relieves ��������� the corn. Use  only the best���������-"Putnam's" 2Sc at all  dealers.  Xdfe-Saving,  Drowning Man.���������Quick, throw m������.  a lifebelt, \  Rescuer ,a tailor).���������Yes, sir! What  size around the waist?-���������-Boys' Life.  A woman pianist playing a piece  of Mendelssohn was found hy actual  count to have struck 5,595 notes la  four minutes and three seconds, or at  the rate of considerably more than  1,200 notes a minute.  About the hardest crop to raise on  a farm is the children.  9BOi?������������ *3*?990������ag  Dust from shoddy mills is*t!sed at*  a fertilizer in England.  Yon aro n~.  espernn������n&.  'ng   vrhea  ton  ess Dr������  Chase's Otu6������  men* foK. Eczema an������   Skin   Irrlta.  Clous.   ������6 relieve* at once and groao*  ally heals tb������ sidm   Sample Jk>x Or,  CbaBo's Olutmons free If you mention this  paper and send 2c. stamp ������or postage. J30*?-*  box: all dealers or Kdmanson, Safes &  ������31 t~~~smi'  i llll-una Cj  in %0m~-m~\m~\mmn ������  Limited, Toronto.  Oft,  mste-jrt-SSfy  OTHER!  By Gertrade Beto-Ioed,  Que of the fabrics whieh promises  to be very much in vogue la tha coming season is crepe. Its dull finish  is most effective,, while Its dcapln&  and wearing -qualities are admired  both by the creator oi the dress as  well as its wearer. This interesting  model is originated in beige-colored  crepe. \ The slecre-s are most artistic  with their long pleated cuffs. A high  neck is featured in this frock and It Is  finished with a-little pleating. A  very decorative arrangement Is noted  on the pleated skirt, The black satin  hat shows a trimming of iw-rj rows  o? the pleated crepntv  "California Syrup of Figs"  Qiiid's Best Laxative  4**.r������  Lumberman's Friend  The Original and Only Geixu'ne  IUS  Syrtip^ of, Ft?p  yo%  Natural Question,.  Secretary.���������Heres' a letter fo  marked private and personal.  Head of Firm.���������What, did it say?���������  Life.  nr  Accc$4 "California"  only���������look for the name" California  on the .package, then you are sure  your child is having the best and  moss harmless physi*? for the little  stomach, liver and bowels. Chil-  drea love if8 fruity taste. Full  directions ors each bottle. Yott  must say "California."  DANDEKm.  Stops Hair  Coming Out;  , Thickens, Beautifies,  After a ten-day trial of  INSTANT POSTUM  instead of coffee, you re apt  to wonder wkjr you stuck to  'the coffee habit so long  ������w$tant Postum  as   DELICIOUS  AND HEALTHFUL   ^������  IWWiWl-ilW^^ m\^  "Theres  ���������>������ i mm tttrn itammt  When Asthma Comes do not despair. Turn at once to thc help effective���������Dr. J. D. KeUogg'a Asthma  Remedy. This remedy will give you  the aid you need so sorely. Choking  ceases, breathing becomes natural and  without effort. Others, many of  them, have suffered a3 you suffer but  haye wisely turned to^this .remedy  and ceased to suffer. Get a package  thia very day.  The yountj wife has her,first doubt*  of her husband's love when he begins  to read lhc newspaper at breakfast.  Many have been relieved of corns  by Holloway'a Corn Remover. It  has a power of its own that will bc  found effective.  Romance of War Watch  Timepiece  Offer Good Inducement  Birmingham Firm Promised Immunity From Taxes'to Establish fe  Canada.  At I. recent meeting oi Birmingham  manufacturers ifc was stated that the  Walsall firm- had had an offer from  thc Canadian Government of land, tax  'free for ten years, as an Inducement  to transfer their factory to the  Dominion,  S<>!diej  Taken ��������� From German  at Passchendale Has a  History.  At thc buttle of Passchendale, J. E.  T.owttiorfer-, of Gait, Ont, took .% Run-  metat watch In a German metallic  case* (rem. a German soldier as a souvenir. The timepiece kept pood tinl-e  until Uic other day, nnd when the  possessor opened It to Investigate the  trouble.;- hc was surprised to see pencil writhif*. on the back of thc enamel  fecc, whie.h (eioved t c* be an identification marl-., and that of a Gait soldier,  also "'h. Douglas, Gait, Ont,, Canada,"  Presumably "Heinle" took It from  feiii noldier, or found It on the battlefield. Inquiries have failed to locate  the Gait noldler by the name of I*.  1>oukU������. but Mr. Lowthorpe la  nnrfrjuw *h������t hi* or W������ relaflvfta should  have the timepiece.  ToCure aCold  in One Day  'Tah;������  Mlnard'n klnlmettt For Dl������temjwsr,  ILnxeti-fO  -MM ^  mJf *wWmmWml^-&  tmMete  Be sure its Bromo  \-mT-Q  Thnuemilno bear* ehls o&natucw  30a  A few cents buyn "Danderine-."  After a few applications you cannot  find a fallen hair or any dandruff, besides every hair showe new life, vigor, brightness, more color and abundance.  ASPIRIN  'Bayer" only Is Genuine  l*N  mmwmm~**mmF***m,  ' Warning! Take no chances with  substitutes for genuine "Bayer Tablets of A-splrin." Unless you see the  name "Bayer'' oh -package or on tablets you arc not getting Aspirin at all  In every Bayer package are directions  tor Colds, Headache, Neuralgia,  Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache,  Lumbago and for Pain. Handy tin  boxci of twelve tablets cost few cents.'  Druggists also sell larger packages*.  Made In Canada, Aspirin is the  trade mark (registered in Canada),  of Bayer Manufacture of Monoacetic-  arfdcslcr of SallcyUcacld.  W.   K.   U.   1351  miimtiilimMlttiMM  ti^titmMmiiimttltk ������KViKWr z OTrSSTOK  gm  &mmMLiTA-m'L'X V U 1U������  Sow.������ New Sidelight! on ~t~*~ History of Thi������ FameW tu^&n-  .Outlaw.' "'   '   '  By G-GE-MA8-ES CLittl������ Ctelg.  XCppyflght-ed)  }  ary.^-  j     Silence, and then: "Well, they knew  better." . . ..  Finally   after   finishing our smoke  and again shaking hands all round I  started out, but just at the entrance  I stopped, slapped my leg and said,  "Well,  I nearly forgot, but there is  ���������.,    . , ���������     news, big ne-vvsl"      And now indeed  out   nv   tragic tones,  'Almighty, they ^^ close to hear -t  ��������� "What is it, Ogemasesr" Why I  replied, "Gordon is being move-sir"  Gordon was the Farm Instructor at  Ft. La Corne, and was very popular  with ihe Indians and very generous  ���������with Government Grnh. "Yes. he is  ordered to Thc Pas, but is giving a  feast to the whole band before going,"  and I started-counting, on my fingers  to get the date. .""Why, it is tomorrow.      Yes,"   -counting    again,    "no  (Continued From Last  Issue)  The reply came, in due course, and  after the usual official verbiage, the  3>lth of it was that this prisoner had  escaped irom the Northwest Mounted  Police and they were quite capable of  capturing him without any outside  assistance. On the Indian's next  visit I repeated this to him and hc at  once dropped . the scheme. Alasl  three or four m-qsre men were killed or  wounded before he was finally disposed oi.  Time went on and I had occasion to  visit Kinistino, going by Mount Nebo,  that splendid farm lately owned by  Thos. Sanderson, ex-M.L.A. There  1 met a famous little Mountie nicknamed, Docky, with a neighbor, both  on horseback and armed to the teeth.  Docky <was well-known an thc force  =md district for his most impressive  way of imparting even minor matters  of news, but here was something really big and ranging alongside, he hiss  ed  Voice is surrounded in a bluff near  Batoche by *a small army of men."  Then, letting the effects of that news  sink in, he went on to say, "I am  awfully glad to meet you, and perhaps you can help me out?" "Only  too glad if I can, old man. In what  way?"  "Well, orders are to corral all Indians on ,their reserves, and I note  three tepees down by Waterhen Lake  and I am wondering how I can induce  them, to go baclcto La Corne, our instructions being 'to avoid any force in  the matter."  "Weil, 1 will take a hand, Docky,  but only on one condition, that I run  the business entirely."  He had besn quartered-with me for  some time and knew 1 had considerable experience with the wily natives  so gladly consented.  The tepees were only two or three j  miles away, and on we rode, "Doc"  leading, then Tfrn^while I brought up  the rear, the only one of-the party  unarmed. - I well knew every movement of the police had been watched,  though as we passed close to the  tents there was no sign of life. I  whispered for them to ride on quicker and wait for me a half a mile or  so away in a sheltered place. This  -while 1 slowed my pony down, and  then finally turned him and rode  back to the tepees. 1 called to a kid  who was pecp.ng out,, "Wbo is camping here?" "Ne Moo-chom," was thc  reply, meaning his Grandfather Coup.  This was a nickname for a wily old  Indian whose real name was "Oop-  wy-ah-a-ghe."  Pardon, a little degression here as  Coup's memory deserves a few lines.  In the first place, he was a typical  likeness of Lord Beaconsfield and tn  profile the resemblance was startling.  Secondly, hc was no lover ot the  white race, but hid this with a coat of  slyness. 1 had sized him up years  b*. fore and had absolutely no use for  him, as I considered his influence  (which was considerable) had a bad  effect upon the Indians. I tied up  my pony and entered the tepee. Here  was Coup as. large as life, Blue-Skin  and Assin-e-cappo, and thc usual cordial shake hands took place. "What  is thc news," 1 asked, which is always  the first question in an Indian country,     "There is none here," was the  reply. Silence and lots oi smoke.  "But you/' said Coup, "waht Is your  news?"  Well, I was fuif of it and gabbed  away at generalities for half an hour,  giving all $mall details from Nut  Lake, th-r Bay of the Mountain, We-  na-ga-mi. and so on, but. I could detect a gleam of suspicion in the old  diplomat's eyes.  "Has anything been-.heard of the  unfortunate?" (meaning Almighty  Voice) who by the way was his nephew.  *"We33," I said, and may God forgive me,ior lying, "it is reported that  he   has    struck south for 'the bound-  Canadksiiabor Most liefest  ICIdtatw  oi',-Leber   D-selar***  UitU  i"Knit Can B������ Sfotand With  '/-'..Production.  Hamilton, Ont,���������An optimistic note  was sounded by Hon, Gideon Robert-  eon, minister of labor, in addressing  members of, Hamilton Association of  Canadian Building and Construction  Industries .on industrial conditions in  Canada*  " Senator Robertson urged a -spirit  of forbearance on the. part of employers toward labor. While labor's attitude "during the war might have been  unreasonable in '" n few Instances, hc  said that, was no reason why employers should retaliate in kind now  ihat conditions appeared to give them  ihe advantage.  "Much" more .can he done with a  little sugar and* a square deal than  ���������can be done with vinegar and dictation," he said, adding that the efficiency of Canadian workmen during  the last five years-had not decreased  to the extent it was popularly believed it had. Of 4,106 questionaires  "sent to Canadian employers it was  found that only 37" per cent, reported  decreased efficiency, while the remainder noted no change.  -r%.  TV*  -f\ 0-4&.~  ~\   ._   mmm~  for  *  w gnu*, oxxs&i&r ^miL .siu-up -u  Selection o������ Immigrants  4%*i(W*aMBn������*WM'*r***������*-*M*'-'W-M-'-^^  United Farawre View With Apprehension Further Efforts to  Colonig������ th������ West Und er  Present Conditions.  r-  Brahdon, Man.���������Stating that they  viewed with apprehension further <sf-  forts to....colonize the western provinces by-the "Western Canada Colonization Association," without offering  any suggestion to improve present  conditions, surrounding agriculture,  delegates to thc convention of the  United Farmers of Manitoba, and the  convention ^of the Manitoba Cattle  Breeders, ask, that the association devote its__e,fforts tov solving problems  confronting farmers already on ��������� the  land, and urged thc Dominion Government to adopt a stricter plan for  the selection of immigrants,  F. J. Colyer, Welwyn, proposed the  resolution and it was seconded by D.  Gt Mackenzie, vice-president   of   'the  United Farmers. A second resolution urges upon the federal authorities  the necessity of impressing upon the  British Government the fulfilment of  the undertaking to remove tho em������  bargo on Canadian est tic  G. Toveli, general secretary of the  Manitoba Co-operative Dairies, Ltd.,  Loreiie, Man., advocated the need  for better co-operative methods in the  marketing of farm produce to ensure  the farmer getting an adequate return for his labor. He outlined the  improvement in conditions resultini?  from the formation of the co-opera-  tive dairy company and asked that  farmers co-operate to make butter-,  making an industry instead of an occupation, as it is at present.  /F  and Wile Seek Civic Honors  1  ans for Wheat Marketing  doubt it is tomorrow, and you fellows  won't see him and you will miss the  feast."  A short council followed, the women were told, and before I left the  tepee packing had started, and by the  time 1 had joined my companions the  tents were down and thc boys after  the ponies. Docky was thunderstruck  and wanted to know the why and  wherefore, but 1 simply told him to  keep a discreet distance in the rear  and follow them to La Corne. . Naturally, when they reached the Reserve' imey: heard "the truth, nd? doubt  with feelings too deep for words. I  told my Indians the story on returning home aijid they enjoyed the joke  tremendously and the news went far  and wide how Ogemases had outwitted Oup-why-ah-a-ghe (alias Coup)  that famous and sly old Medicine  Man, not to mention diplomat.  I did not see thc old felloAV until  the following summer, when, walking  with Doctor Shadd, I passed Coup  sitting on the Carrot River bridge.  He looked at me and shook his head  severartimes, as much as to say "This  man is beyond redemption." "Re-  quitscat in Pace," Coup, for he joined  his fathers some years ago.  Just at thc time that Coup, Blueskin  and Assin-e-cappo were trekking to  the feast at La Corne, Almighty  Voice and a young Indian who usd  to trade with me, named I-ah-sao,  were being shelled and shot at by a  small army of men surrounding thc  .green bluff in thc centre of which the  outlaw had dug a rifle pit. His old  mother sat on a high hill close at  hand singing his war song and death  chant. Thcy were both dead when  thc pit was rushed.  P A sad finale to this true yarn is that  thf; report was gmeral to thc effect  that the missing s' cr turned up and  poor Lo was innocent after all, but I  cannot vouch for this.  Co-operative Board to Market Pro-'  ducts is Planned for Prairie  Provinces.  Winnipeg.-���������Pfons for the establish-,  ment of a co-operative Whjeat and  Farm Products Board ior the three  prairie provinces is under consideration by the Manitoba Government.  The board would be composed of  representatives from Manitoba, Saskatchewan* and Alberta, and deal  mainly with grain.  A member of thc cabinet intends to  bring about government action and  revive the co-operative marketing  program ' instituted by the Federal  Government in 1918, but it is felt the  Provincial Government can do nothing-alone.  Whether or not the government  would guarantee bonds of the board  or whether shares .would be sold to  farmers wishing to participate would  remain to be dealt with. It is-*esti-  mated that between $30,000,000 and  $40,000,000 would be required^  Mr, and Mrs. Andrew Glen, 29 W ebb Avenue^ Toronto, who were isvsi~-  inated as candidates ior the Board oi     Education    in    the    recent    civic  elections. ��������� ���������  Russians Cause.  Trade Agreement With France  Canada Haa Concluded a New Trade  Agreement With France.  Ottawa.���������Canada has concluded a  new trade agreement with France,  The agreement provides for the minimum tariff of Canada to be given in  exchange for the minimum French  tariff or nearly the whole list of articles Included in the convention of  1907-09 with a considerably extended  Free Med cat Service  Returned Men Take Advantage of  Free Medical Treatment,  Toronto.���������In connection with a recent ordcr-in-council by which all  members of thc Canadian Overseas  Forces who arc unemployed and In  need of attention arc to be given  medical and surgical treatment free  of charge until March 31 next, Col,  J.  M,  Ncttlcton, medical director D  Object To Mennonites  crk Sun Is Doubtful If They  Will Become a Valuabfe Acquisition to U.S.  New York.���������The New York Sun,  commenting on thc reported exodu3  of 30,000 Mennonites from Manitoba  to the State of Mississippi, remarks:  "A solid groqp of 30,000 persons,  whose adherence to their peculiar  religious tenets makes them claim  immunity from the plain duty of a  citizen as recognized by those of  sincere good -faith and Intelligence,  may not strike citiz-ens of thc United.  States as a valuable acquisition for  any particular State. Especially in  Mississippi, citizens may demand  that thc would-be immigrants make  a cogent demonstration of thcir actual worth as citizens or residents."  Leave It To The Ladies  Women  Brought   Mayor  to   Unemployed Rally in Winnipeg.  Winnipeg.���������A meeting of unemployed women and gir's was held here  to discus's plans for relief of thc present situation, The Mayor, -Edward  Parn, 11. was expected to bc at thc  meeting by the women, but he did not  appear so a delegation went to the  City Hall and brought him in. Me  gave them every assurance that all  possible was being done to alleviate  the situation. The women suggest  that onc of thc local hotels bc taken  ovcr by thc city where unemployed  women . and girlB could be fed and  cared for,  Recent Attempts to Start Riots Attributed to Russian Revolutionists.  London.-���������Recent attempts by unemployed to seize? town halls and  start riots cannot bc attributed to  genuine unemployed but were ins tig-  Meat Marketing Proposals  wilimi  i UW  Stewart and Riddel! Will Be Advisers  . For Saskatchewan.  Regina, . Sask.���������The Saskatchewan  Government has enlisted the services  of James Stewart, chairman of the  Canada Wheat Board, and F. W. Rid-  dell, vice-chairman of the board and  general manager of the Saskatchewan  atcd by Russian revolutionists, ac- Co-operative Elevator Company, as  cording to ^thc Evening News, which advisers to it in the wheat marketing  claims to havc found thc headquarters ��������� proposals. This announcement was  of the Red-organization that is en- made by Hon C, A. Dunning, provin-  ginecring trouble in England. v cjai treasurer.      What  will    be    the  A   News   article   states   that   the   ^cx duties of Stewart and  Riddell  Russians   have   a committee headed  by a young Russian woman with an  office off a City Road in the business  district. Some of the committee's  funds have Ken raised In England,  but the bulk comes from Russia,  The head of the committee haa established sub-committees under guise of  unemployed committees in nine of  thc London boroughs, their object being to take advantage of labor conditions to secure enough recruits to  begin a campaign of terrorism,  list of articles not included  in  that I unjt  of  thc department of  Soldiers'  convention and for a fixed percentage  tariff on certain other articles, some  of which were included in the preceding convention at minimum rates and  Others not included In that conven-  11*3*-,  Civil Re-cstnblishmcnt, in an inter*  view here, said that his deportment  was treating about V.OUO soldi, rs now,  and this number will In- Increased to  about 12,000 as a r. si-,;it of thc ordcr-  in-council.  To Deport Orientals.  New York.���������A general round up of  all Oriental ineligiblcs in the United  States, will be launched January 20.  This anonunoement will be made at  Ellis Island by Leo Russell, chief deporting agent of the immigration  service. Sweeping orders for such  a round up will bc issued at Washington and a special force Is to be assigned to thc work, Mr. RusstlKsaJd.  Canadan Curlers Are Doing Well.  Glasgow.���������The Canadian curlers  again showed fine form at Edinburgh  in the match.,with Stirlingshire, when  thcy won by 71 shots. Thc scores  of the Canadians were: W. F. Payne,  Winnip g, 21;, H. J. Airth, Renfrew,  18; J. Mefk'ejohn, Harrlston^ 1ft; R,  J. MeLrod, Duhnh, 10"; W. H, Sample, j  Truro, 24; R. S.' Hicks, Peterboro, II,  Withdraws From Council-  Paris.���������Hugh V. Wallace, United  States ambassador to France, formally withdrew from "the Council of Ambassadors. Mr. Wallace pointed out  that in view of the fact that the United States had failed to ratify the  Treaty of Versailles, there waa no further occasion for United Stales participation in the deliberations of the  council.  under the arrangement    which    hai ���������:  been consummated has not been disclosed,      lt is understood, however,  that they will prepare for the government a report on the    whole    grain  marketing question so far as it affects  Saskatchewan.     Whether this report  will include suggestions for a provincial    government    wheat    marketing  scheme or will recommend some one  of the several propositions    for   cooperative pools which .have been advanced recently could not be Icarnc-d.  "The government," said  Mr. Dunning,  "has  taken  full  cognizance  ot  the tentative proposals of the Canadian  Council of Agriculture    for    a  pooling system based on iong term  contracts with producers, and the a������-  tion of thc government should not b~"  taken as necessarily implying opposition to thosc proposals."  Sinn Peiner Goe������ to Jail.  Dublin,���������James J. Walsh, Sinn Fein  member of parliament for Cork, who  escaped from Mount Joy prison a  year and a half ago and was rc-arrr&t-  ed Jan. 5, has been officially informed  that he has been- sentenced to five*  years penal servitude.  W.   N.   U.   1351  Income Tax Prosecutione.  Vancouver.���������-For failing to make  income tax returns under the federal  law, six resident* of Vancouver were  In police court and ordered to pay a  fine of $100 each with th������ alternative  of one month In jail  Mentioned Ab Mihier*s Successor,  Loudon.���������Several names, including  that of Lord Derby, are being mentioned in connection with thc colonial  ���������ecretaryship, it being generally  agreed that Lord Milner's successor  mutt be a statesman of first rank.  ���������Htt4im*tttW4M444m  Reduce U.S. Force*.  Washington. ���������*������ 3-veduai-un of lit*  American forces ol (occupation in Germany from 18,000 to 8,000 has be������a  ordered by th* Wwr Department VH������  CBESTCft   Bi$VIKW  Local and Personal  J. A. P. Crompton has vacancy for a  few pupils in singing.  WATOh Repairs���������Any work in  this line will be. taken eare of by B.  Walmsley.  Dave Dow, who is bi-aking out of  Oan brock, spent a few days at his  home last week.  Wanted���������Clean cobten rags, no  small pieces, will pay 1\ cents a pound  ���������Bevan's garage.  Mrs. C.G. Bennett was a Cranbrook  visitor a couple of days last week, returning on Friday.  Piano Fob Sale.���������Morris pia.no,  modern action, rine tone; ������423. Apply  -f. A. p. Crompton.  Fob,    Salk���������Fairbanks-Morse  engine, in  good   running order..  <|uire Review Office.  gas  En-  For Sale���������Set light driving bobsleighs in good shape, $25. Pochin,  (Oanypn) Erickson P.O.  Wanted���������Baker's help, one used to  ���������-���������ike, age about 20, wages $22 week.  O.K. Bakery, Stanley St., Nelson.  $3.50 blue striped overalls at $2.65 a  pair is one of the numerous special  offerings at Mawson   Bros, this week.  Mrs. A. R. and Miss Marion Swanson and Miss P. Lyne are spending a  few  days  with  Spokane friends this  week.  j  Fob Sale���������One tewm pole-fsoinplete  suitable for light sleigh on democrat,  ...     Also riding saddle, $5.    Hilton,  Oreston.  Some fine catches of whitefish are  being made in the Goat Rivet- at pres.  em,���������Uie winter hshing tot- this species  being the best in years. Z'Z"Z  Rev. J. S. Mahood will be here for  morningservice only in Christ Church  on Sunday, which will close with a  celebration of Holy Communion.  .Messrs. Loveday,1 Cook, R. Stark  and K. B. ��������� Staples are at Nelson this  week for the annual meeting of the  B.C. Fruit Growers Association.'  Robt.. Compton of Ashbui-n. Ont.,  arrived the latter ��������� part of the week,  and expects to spend at least a month  on a visit to his. brother, Jim, here.  Live Pottltby Wanted���������Will pay  top cash price for live chickens acd  ducks.     Dong Barney, Pacific rest-au  to assure an early opening of the road  for auto traffic.  rant,   "n  Creeton.  est    Ma^iifi     Bros,     store,  HEIFER ESTRAY  eoCame to my premises early in December, red heifer with some white  and earmarks, about, two years old,  no brands visible. Owner can have  same on proving propertv and paying  all expenses, JOHN " GRAHAM  Erickson.  ; Lumber���������Common Boards, Dimension Shiplkp. Flooring, Drop Siding.  Bevel Siding, at reduced pries, write  oi- phone for pi-iees, 'Wynndel Box  Factory, Wynndel.  The nest meeting of : the .rod and  club will be held on Thursday night  Jan. 27th. when the chief business will  be a discussion ori the open seasons  for all kinds of game.  The annual meeting of the congregation of Creston Presbyterian church  will be held in the church on Monday  night, at 8 o'clock, and to which all  members and adherents are invited.  Tha annual meeting of the congregation of Creston Presbvterian church  will be held in the chureh on Monday  night, at 8 o'clock, and to which al!  members and adherents are invited.  Maternity Hospital���������Mrs. E. W.  Payne, Overend Kanch. Cieston, is  prepared to accept maternity.nursing  patients. -Comfortable a'eooninioda-  tion, personal   professional attention.  Thomas Baines and familTv take  this opportunity to expr-ws their very  deep appreciation and thanks for the  many kindnesses and sympathy  shown them in their recent bereavement.  Mountain View  Ranch Dairy  will DELIVER MILK  daily in Creston on and  after January 6th.  PRICE:  7 Quarts for $1.00  I solicit your patronage.  Barns open for inspection any  day axcept Sunday.  WALTER V. JACKSON  PR. B. Beattie of Cranbrook ivas  here early in the week to assist with  stocktaking operations at the Beattie-  Oatwa-v store. Ho wns ao-rompanied  by Chas. McNab. the well known  Waldo lumberman.  Mr. iindMrs. Jas. Cook left'on'Tuesday for.-'a three week's holiday visit  with friends in_ Vancouver and Victoria. <��������� En route Mr. Cook is attending the B.C. F.G.A. "meeting atNelson,  which closes today.  The directors have fixed upon Monday, Feb. 14th, as the. date* of the  annual shareholders meeting of Ores-  ton Fruit Growers Union. Ltd. J. W.  Hamilton is already at work preparing the auditor's statement.  The annual meeting of Creston Valley Agricultural Association is called  for next Thursday after-noon at 2  o'clock prompt, at Speers' Hall. One  advantage to the afternoon meeting  it is hoped will be a full turnout of  lady members.  J. D. Moore, of Kaslo, provincial  road superintendent, was a visitor  here the latter part, of the week.  Construetion of the bridges on the  Si rd ni -Kuskanook road has started  and   will  be completed in ample time  .A; general meeting of Creston Valley Conservatives wiii^ he held in the  Parish Hall at 8 p.m., Thursday. Feb.  3rd, and following the busihss session  a*' danice* will: be held i commencing at  10 prompt, to whieh all are invited.  The admission to the dance is 75 (Tents  which ^includes supper.'  To-morrow (Saturday) afternoon  will see a'large' turnout of property  owners in the Aliece Siding;' Ericfcsdri  and Creston -sections, to hear and discuss the report of the special committee onArrow Creek irrigation.  The meeting will start prompt at 2  o'clock, in Mercantile Hail.,'(       : Y-'*"*  The vital statistics for 1920 shows  that during the year there were recorded in; the Valley 76 births', of  which 41 were boys and 36 girls' It  wonld seem as if February, was the  busiest month the stork had. 14 of the  newcomers arriving that month. Of  this total Camp Lister lays claim to  fifteen. .  English'Church members, and adherents are reminded of the annual  congregational meeting of'Christ  Church whit-h will be held iia the  Parish Hall on Monday night at 8.30  prompt. All;interested should.be present as matters pertaining to the continuance or abandoning of services  will be disposed of.  Elsewhere in this issue will be found  the programme for the concert in the  Grand on Tuesday night, under the  direction of Mesdames Gat-land jand  Lister, the nett* proceeds of which  will go Us the fund for furnishing the  apartments of. the health nurse, The  admisaion is 75 cents and the programme starts promptly at 8.30,  A highly sociable time was in  evidence at the Rod and Gun Club  dance in the Auditorium on Friday  night for which Ci-eston orchestra  supplied the music, and Jas. Lnchead  ably dischatging the duties of master  of ceremonies. ;.While the* affair was  hugely a club get-together, the club  will be about $10 to the good on the at  home.  Mrs. Morgan Long has just been  notified of ht������r gon,i fortune in winning h prize of $10 in connection with  the annua! /story-writin-g crtulest  which the* Canadian Home Journal  conducts, and which is open to;nem-  lbers of the Women's Institnte. -Ordinarily only one prize is given by the  Journal' hut Mrs. Long'seffort. vyas>;o  attractive both from ? the historical  features as well as the literary merit  of it, that the Journul decided to a-  ward her a/Special second, prize. The  story submitted by Mrs. Long, was a  recital of the times, etc;*, -when the.  sample of oldHime Scotch fancy work  she? had. on display at. the  was made.  1020 fall faii-  etfect   when   handled   by   these   two  yoikug artisrs.  ��������� -m  ���������Trustees from Wynndel, Alice Siding.- Creston; Erickson, Canyon City  and ; Lister schools met in conference  herie'on'Saturday afternoon to discuss  the possibility of having a! school  health nurse "for" the" whole .Valley,  whose 'salary would be levied along  with the usual votcfor school purposes. The matter was very thoroughly  discussed ..and 14 was decided that the  trustees would discuss the proposition  with the ratepapeyers in their respective dfstricts and report at another  meeting to becalled shortly.  the  organization   of. the  Gir-Is Club in   connection  . Diw : to  'Teen Age  with the Presbyterian v.Ohurch, a reorganization of. the Mission Band has  been necessary, and the---meeting to  appoint nevvl;officers ..was held at the  home of .. Mrs, Dow., on..Saturday.  There was a good turnout of children  and the following officers veere chosen  for the ensuing year: .    ,. v .*,-'  Superintendent���������Mrs. J...-W. Dow  "  President���������Helen Moore.  Vice-President���������Marion Learmonth.  Secretary���������Edith Couling;  Treasurer���������Harold Speers^'.  Messenger Secretary���������Edward Bush  Supply Secy.���������Jim Cherrington.       ���������  Home Helpers Secy.���������Marion Lear-  mouth. ��������� -���������*.. V.;  The old organization, which had a  membership of about two: dozen last  year, had a splendid year's operations  raising a total of ������83, which has been  spent for missionary purposes.  William Fox is to present. Albert  Ray with Elinor Fair in :'swbther of  those bright comedies <������ with ; which  these young stars' names have hectf&ie  associated. "Vagabond Luck5.* is 6he  title of this new picture and it is coming to the Grand Theatre on Wednesday next. Advance reports, which  describe the produciion as "a drama of  fast horses and high-life," indicate a  delightful story, full of wholesome fun  one that should picture   with telling  The  WEDNESDAY. JAN. 26  ALBERT RAY  -'���������-'.    ... iti'rZ'  '  Vagabond Luck  Sunshine -Comedy:  ASchoolhouse Scandal  Fox News  8  SATURDAY, JANUARY  mary McLaren  The Eoiiiting Finger  Ra hi bow Comedy  GEO. OVBY in a screaming  answer to the big question  Should Waiters Marry  \  Blue Striped Overalls $2.65  These have been selling regularly at, $3.50.    They are of  best quality material, and will stand as much hard  wear as the bent of them.    Don't miss this opportunity to get a dependable pair of Overalls at  a .surprisingly low price.  25 Per Cent. Discount off all  Winter  Goods  Men's Heavy \T  Bannockbur 11  a variety of  Men's  Ifeaw  udenvcar. Men's Mackinaw Pants,  Men's  Tweed Pants, Men's Dress Trousers in  designs,   Men's  and   Boys'  Sweaters,  Socks,  Manr's and  Boys  Artie Socks,  Men s Flannel Shirts.  10 Per Cent, off all Heavy Rubbers  MAWSON   BROTHERS  Better Service General Merchants Lower Prices  This week the Valley has heen favoured willi series of January thaws  which, fortunately, have been followed by snowfalls,' which have kept the  sleighing in pr-etty good shape. As  there is no frost in the ground worth  mentioning th^Se* frequent mild spells  are certainly providing an excellent  supply. of moisture for this season's  growth.  Corp. Engle, who has been in charge  of R.C.M.P. work here since the  mounties came to"Creston about eighteen months ago; has been transferred  to divisional headquarters at Lethbridge." Alta., along with Const.  Hanna, who has been here about a  year. Corp. Peppy from Lethbridge,  succeeds in charge. of the Creston  station.  Old-time members-nf Christ Church  were at home to the newcomer Anglicans of the Valley at a social evening in the Parish Hall on Wednesday  night, the features of which were a  short musical and literary programme  and ' other get-acquainted features  the affair closing with a sumptuous  spread of refreshments. The Ladies*  Guild handled the function which was  decidedly successful and enjoyable in  every respect.  "The cause * of the school teachers  triumphed in the Creston Yonng  People's Club debate on Friday night  last on the topic, Resolved "That  school teachers render more beneficial  service to the community than ministers." Miss Muriel Knott and H. H.Taylor appeared on behalf of the  pedagogues,  while  Miss P. Lyne and  15. Ford championed the cause of the  theologians. There was a big .turn-  o.ut of members for the debute.  The January meeting of the school  board on Monday night was largely  taken up with the discussion of enlarging (lie Creston school by the ad-  dition ofono or ,more Moms, and the  decision was to call n public meeting  shortly and have the ratepuyi-rs express their wishes in the matter. The  acre and a half of land recently acquired from Mrs. McMurtrie and Harry Wright of Trail will be stumped  and lilted up for a playground as soon  us the weather permit'V  Mrs, C Cl. Bennett was an after-  hostess at uhist on Tuesday at. which  I live  tables of players foregathered for  j cards and to enjoy the well-known  hopitallitv of tlie IiohIcsn. In a three-  cornered  tic   Mrs.   Hayes   made  the  ��������� high cut for Hist, prize, while under  Hiriular circuniHtnnees Mis. I'\ IJ,  Jackson was attended the low ���������score  trophy.      lt<fifnltiui-iitM   ;verr nerved  i ami a thoroughly enjoyable afternoon  was spent by all the guests.  SFRVJCFT  \m m w  ill  Whatyou wa������t when you! want it, is the service that  buildsflipa^successful business. We endeavor  ,at.all tinies to extend,to our customers the  best-of service, tlie best of merchandise, atid  at prices that are consistent with good values^  You will find shopping here is a pleasure; our  goods all we claim for them, and our service  the best.  For the month of January  the House of Hobberlin  offers a Special Discount  of 331-3 Per Cent, on  Made - to - Measure Suits.  These prices are lower  than Spring prices can  possibly be, and it will be  to your advantage to order  now.  S. A. SPEERS  GENERAL  MERCHANT.  IT   iO> \Mkifi&m\-T'  I -i   ia vif'iSfeEL "  n     ��������� m W~~~w       WWW 1~mmm-W BMNK  to have your car thoroughly overhauled and  every detail looked over at le&st once a year,  especially during the winter months, when the-'  time in which the car is laid np docs not inconvenience one. We oifer only the best in  workmanship and,supplies,  AUTHORIZED FORD SEBVfOE STATION.  GRESTON SERVICE GARAGE  U DO ATE BROS.  PHONE ai  *mtm444444t*tt44t4tt4imtaWmiat)t44m  nine Hii HiMi-"������������������"������������������"���������'*���������"-'  iiii r ���������T^mxr"*"*���������*^*"^  mm~m


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