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 K"  ,1*-', '  sbs-sb-sb-*-*-^^^  \  T*  o*  w.������  <\$~t#*0-^  i   wrm. 'wf\  ^"' igft" iB   fit is-fi  VOL.   AJ|JL    -  r^^lJCi-V/M^T    X-   --Pi-    ���������BrniT^TTk' A XT     T&KTTTA'P'V   tA.     l-aoi  No. 50  i*l?^i-fl,������ijp������***'������������ I F 1*  A   committee  of rustlers  Membership &Q  At the regular meeting of Brickson  Leocal of the United Farmers on Tuesday uight threa new'members were  balloted on and received, which puts  the Erickson local well on tbe way to.  50 members. As -* sreoial feature s  debate on the question "Is the smoking of tobacco beneficial," was participated in by twelve cf tfe-e iseratsers,  with President Littlejohn as judge.  A good deal of amusement wm caused  to say nothing of some-good advice  given non-smokers by some of the  confirmed tobacco uaers. The judge  announced the debate a, draw os account of two of the speakers for the  afSraaative Sailing to score any points.  have in    _   drive &n dance to fee  staged J, M-Craigie, 8 pack ing shed in  ths very near future; the exact date  to be announced lilt-Sr. This will be  the first of a series' oi entertainments  which will include debates on pertinent subjects thai ihe Erickson local  intend puting on during the remainder ,of tbe winter. Mir. Twigg. pro-  incial horticulturist,, has kindly consented to deliver an address tn the  local, the date to be most likely the  Jagt paeeting in January, or the first  meeting in February. A variety of  subjects relative to the betterment of  the whole Community will be dealt  with at the meetings. Party politics  are a thing of tlie past, and the inten-  t.inn    ia   .<*   i>e>l(**!������a*n   ttvtx   arvniitt tii>fc������>>.  w v ���������*��������������������� mlrnm m.ti~i        -mr-mm *xr-t   ->  ���������-'Wv *+-*.m m ^*m40 ���������w'vwvv     ���������������.,-*    ������������������' ������ ~0lj)  while at the same time never losing  sight of the business inteiests of the  organization and its members. TBe  directors ^jfroin their number selected  W, \6. Birney as secretary-treasure!-,  and M, R- Palmer, vice-president.  The   secretary   announces  first-class music by Chorlton's orchestra and a yery sumptuous supper,  it gees without saying the dance was  a splendid success.  8. Johnson was a visitor at Cranbrook a couple of days last week, with  Mrs. Johnson, who is still a hospital  patient in that town.  -The machinery is being, rapidly installed in the new Paulson-Mason sawmill, about a mile and a half from  town, and sawing operations will  commence very shortly.  WsHSkwieeB .'^onixBr&sstfe  Valley  held  school  @������*  Mr* &nd ASrs������ ViRtt. Lie  *���������? B-* **������  *-m**m---m~*  -t������mr&  ��������� -���������- -- ���������   ��������� --- C&&  '  have been holiday visitors at Cranbrook for a couple of weeks, got b::ek  on Monday.   While in ..the" divisional  ������*������*������*--* Vea������2j������ *--oo^ ~l h^nd sit the Odcl-  fellows installation doings.  Mr. and Mrs. W. McLeod. who have  been at the coast for the past three  we-rks, returned to vamp on Tuesday.  Climatic conditions were not slX. nil  congenial to bringing out a'good crowd  on Fridav night, consequently the  annual meeting of the United Fanners  had to be adjourned to the call of the  president. '  The weather on Saturday was also a  bit disastrous in the same regard to-  waid the dance under G.W.V.A, auspices, and the affair was in further  hard luck due to Mrs. Christenson  spraining her wrist and being unable  to preside at -the pieino. However,  Mrs. Lister took charge of the music,  tutu  serv;  the dancers had quite a fine time of it,  The net proceeds of $14 rre turned  over to the piano fund.  The  school is running in full force.  .Ithi'Ugh r new principal  ban not yet  MittH- A������s������������d  is  in. '������harae.  A meetiirfi  trustees v������if^f������p held in opeers  Hall on B*0tg������k3ay afternoon, at  ���������2. o'clock. j6iZl^A*~ purpose of discussing tW^^jvisability of supporting a ~pj&t$ct Health Nurse  in conueotloaT-wfith Creston Val-  leyjroKoqTsTZ&l,  i his me^Wh^ bas been -called  by the Cree$|p:l)oard of trustees  at the reqti-^Kp^ the health committee and/^h������ school boards, of  Deer" Liodg-^'' Lister, ^anyon,  Erickson, Alice Sidwg.and Wy-  hav6--j|^H &s������gd-i-6 Attend.  Represehtaiiiyes of the health  committee. ^iJl be present prepared   to- disQUSs'-the   Question  -s on Thursday from Christ i ������   C -fl���������-w H������a.J������  ith Rev. J. S' Mahood offle ' **���������* ������** ������������VSIS n���������?a������E9  Board of Trade  .    vArx.  mmSJxm~.t-.B  funeral  w������s  Church,  wi  iating, and interment at  cemetry. The unbounded cheerfulness  always in evidence in the deceased  made her a host of friends by all of  whom her passing is regretted and  from whom goes out sincere&f sympathy to the husband and family who  mourn her. death.  Rev- and Mrs J A. James were at  home to the friends and members Ox  the Presbyterian congregation Wednesday afternoon and evening of last  Notwithstanding the omission of the  usual banquet feature there was an  attendance of twenty members at the  annual meeting of Creston Board of  Trade on Tuesday night, which was in  charge of retiring president Constable.'  The meeting made short work of disposing of the purely routine business  and no time was lost in getting around  week.    In  the afternoon the hostess Lto **the - election of officers, preceding  thoroughly,'-^^ ths^snes&sng wiii  he a get together ^i the solution  of a problein. that4s of vital importance t&Jher wboteeommimity  ���������the problem; of tiie prevention  of the spreading of contagious  disease amo^ftitchool children.  was assisted by Mrs-J, W. Dow'in i*e  eiying the - caiirrs. while Mesdames  Boyd, Spesrs. Oatway. and J. W.  Miller served the refreshments, and in  the evening the guests were received  by Mrs. Henderson and Mrs. Hunt of  Kitcbeuer, while the refreshnsents  were in charge of Mesdames Rose and  Watcher. Rev, Mr. James-1 popular-  it y as pastor and citizen is shared in  the same good measure by M-r&. James  and there was a c-onntant^st|-eam of  callers to enjoy the hospitality of the  new and welcome occupants. of the  manse.  A f&rkat tFiina  vVilliam Farnum, the great American actor," .fpill be seen seen at the  Gs-and llfeatre \i. & stupendous sci-aen  production ?sf Victor Hugo's immoi'i*  al story, Log Miserables. made for  William 'Eos' usiSer the direction of  Frank Lloyd, who directed the mak-  iog  of Z'JL Title -of Two Cities," and  with a go������d floor and the auxiliaryJ^otnter big F<������x phoUiplays.  Ing their usual excellent supper, j ITjis pictur^ if well termed "stupendous*'* It is $������-g'bnlj7\jr*eal sci-eening of  the retrarkghleffifcny^af the eonflict of  man with hmsmnity' and humanity's  haif bai*b.*jroit^1aw8;Cl ���������  SSr.  [ <&m -"^ -fftesr v������ ���������*��������� ���������  y&esc. and ^ ee^ts addilicmalto those  who wish toiyike the Uriited farmer,  _J>"t <a        -- *ttt^0-1 Af^-*���������T     ���������   ff ._    ^^ ~    ^        ^  *,Se ofSsfs! ������aps? i-itths-V.lT^   ,   .     -  m.v *-+m       v- ��������������� .���������^ L ' V*"* *  James McGovern, the well-known  O.p.-B. timekeeper, is spending the  winter with his oldtime friends at  Kitchecer.  Mr. Crowe of the Kitchener Timber  Co., Ltd., who has 'been a business  visitor here, returned to Vahcoiiveir  last week, leaving Mr, Strudwick in  charge of the affair's here.  Mrs. G. A. Hunt was a visitor at  Oreston on Wednesday last, assisting  at a reception given by Mrs. (Rev.)  James, to members of the Presbyterian congregation.  -  The quite heavy storm on Saturday  brings Kitchener's snowfall up to 18-  inches, and ^conditions are ideal a|l  round for bush operations.  Dong Barney, the Creston China-  man. who opened up a restaurant in  the oid hotel building near the station,  about the middle of January, has gone  out of butiinefts, due to insufficient  patronage.  The OranJbrook Sash & Door Co.  mill resumed cutting on Monday, January 3rd, and are employing theii  u������ual crew of men both in the bush as  well as at the mill.  Provincial police Vaehon paid  Kitchener his regulation visit on  Thursday last, and found law and  ordor being nmlntulned in satisfactory  fauhion.  There was a very large crowd but at  the sohoolhonse ot) Sunday afternoon  when Messrs. Chorlton and Hall of  Chorlton's orchestra rendered a short  programme of sentimental innate.  This feature of the orchestra vi-slts in  yery much appreciated.  Reg. Hull, until lately a clerk In the  Bank of Commerce at C tea ton, to trying rt^spell of outdoor life, nnd hue  joined up with.the IiuhIi crew of Paul-  Hon-Mason, Ltd.  , MIsb Clara Little n ml Mr. A. Johnson were the winner* for the "hardst*'  coutumen at the hard iim'es hall at the  Hohoolhonne on Sutiii-day night, whieh  attrn-fted   ������  fairly lnrg������  itttienndanco.  vuas*^*a^"*w^Poom������*"^C  \.rZ?:-~'''-'-'-;*.Z-t     j* is.,       --'���������"- ~~     7  -���������t-r^fhe*'last*x; meeting\gf the.Larerary.  Dramatic and Musical^ Society -vns  about the most interestihg/yet held,  ^fche-bigfeaturejbeis?g ������ delmte os the  subjei-t of country vs." city life, -in  -which the decision was overwhelming  in'favor of living in the country, fl;  Christenson^, eloquently- championed  the cause of rur������l liying, and avhs ably  supported, by Messrs. Brain and T.  and Bert Yerbniy* J. A. McGee led  theSghtfor the would-be city dwellers in vigorous fa-shion, and was  equally well supported by Messrs. H.  Brown. J. Head and I. Christenson.  -,. B. Rov?bury left a few days ago for  Saskatchewan where, we hear, it is  bis intention to go into farming in  that province.  ���������  ���������   *     ' -w ,    '* "* re ^  A meeting of the G.W.V.A. will be  held on 8atui-day night t o select a  delegate to attend the zone conference  at Fernie.  Z The slashing gang commenced operations this week on a ten-acre piece  which will likely be the last of the  work of this kind until spring. The  ten acres now being cleared i������ the last  of the'available land ho far taken over  by theL.8.B.  ,^he year's vital statistics for Lister  show'the camp to have hud 15 births.  no deaths and two-weddings. Tho^e  joining the* married host were Alf.  Evans nnd J. Johnson, While the stork  made calls during the year at tne  homes of MeHsrs. Horace Wright,  Beurri, Hurl, Webb, H. Christenson,  E. H. Smith, F. Thompson, T. Thump-  son, BUtler, Bagnhaw, Lye, Baggs,  Ctandall, Charleson, Embree. Watch  Lister grow.  eh^iClei^or-Jean   Valjean  - irarnua^giges-Sa  porti*ay������l.that  balr-df-yie b<������fc\^^e*ara.srae:df?the  ���������man, is shown inr"allyhis j-eyengeful  feeling against the world'that caused  .him to serve'nineteen years sit hard!  labor >far-^Stealing a'' loaf t������f Aread for  hia starying^relatsves. And the-softer  side, when.- he, -haying changed his  name and ^become wealthy, is lending  is lending a helping-hand, to everyone  around him. Then, too the wonderful spirit that makes him renounce  the few joys he has had ih life is.  shown in remaikable bits of acting by  this master artist, William Farnum. :  For this proiluetion William Fox  had built in Fort Lee, N.J��������� a cross-  section of sti eets in Paris, Nothing  has been omitted to make the entire  production realistic and true to Victor  Hugo's conception. _*  Those who have read the book, or  who know anything of Jean Valjean  are in for a rare taeat when this picture is shown at the Grand Theatre  on Wednesday, Jan. 19th.  irrigation Meotiny  Land owners ii) the SrieUron, Creston and Alice Siding dialrlets should  be out for the property owners meet-  ing on Saturday afternoon, Jan. 22nd.  at Merountilo Hull, at 2 p.m., for the  purpose of discuuulng and t-aking action in the getting along with, the  installation of the pi-oposed Arrow  Creek Irrigation system. eThe committee In oharge aw iiiaislmlling all  the- necesHarv facts ������nd/ data In connection jyith* the'proieot and ii meet-  in;; that uhould ^ct amnu'whrre in the  In the line of incoming freight  Erickson station is the busiest in the  Vaiiey just at present. Within-the  past week the Union has stocked up  with four cars of hay. flour and feed?  the United Farmers have taken delivery of atid s������������ld another mlsed cs,r  of timothy and alfalfa, and R. J. Long  has unloaded a car of Coaldale alfalfa  for his own use only.  Mrs. John' -Kemp and one of her  children left the Jatter part of the  week for Vernon, wfciere s,he is haying  t-he^ youth attend a boys' school in the  Okanasran metropolis. . ,    >=-������,,_ 4.���������������������. ������  :^^igiaS&^~i^^^S^^^i^^f^0':^^,  The floor wna in Hue Hhii|w������ and with ��������� matter nf irrigation should reHiilt.  Local and Personal  -Creston Valley Women's Institute  met last Friday���������a week before the:  uhuuI date���������for the purpose of discussing the furnishing of quarters for  Miss McLiihan, the destrict health  nni*B6, It was decided that the Inuti-  tue would do this, as mucn as posnlble  from the funds on hand, and it is hoped more revenue wHI be obtittned  from some form of entertain met (# he  given bv them later on,* 1������T'the  ineantime donations of articles or  money would be acceptable. Furniture for a bedroom, sitting room and  kitchen lire needed, with following  among the most prewjing requirements; Stoveu, tables, chaiiB, linoleum, china, dresser, washHtand ahd  kitchen utensils.  Though not unexppcted none the  lews genuine is the regret manifest in  the panning of Mr������,- Thomas Bal now,  whofle. death occurred Monday afternoon, after nn Illness extending over  several months.- Deceased came with  her husband to Canada about fifteen  years ago, >nd for a time resided at  Calgary, Alta., .������iomlng to Oregon in  1008, ahd taking up a ranch beyond  the Alice Siding school, though of late  years thoy have resided in town..  The lute Mrs. Bullies wan 60 years of  age( and Ss ������urylv������d by *n hui-band,  I two danghterfl und three ������on������.   The  jssiss K-uby -tWSilfitqri?   _           for the Palmer- Whimstw nuptials late  last month, returned to Regina, Ssusk.,  ������in Sunday.  ���������Mrs. ChsaL Kelsey ���������was also a passenger westbom-id one'day last week,  -goiug to Victoria, where-she is nnaei-  going medical treatment.  The excellent sleighing that prevails  furnishes Ideal coasting and ubout two  doaten youngsters are enjoying themselves nightly at this sport on the Sam  Scott hill.  R. Dodds has j ust closed a contract  with tne Canyon City Lumber Company to haul the winter's cut of mill*  sawn tiesto the Canyon siding. The  mill will likely commence cutting this  week.  ��������� Miss Hill, who has been here for  some time as housekeeper for R. M.  Telford, left last week for her home  at Cascade. ".  Frank Palmer, was a passenger east  on Saturday, to Calgary, Alta.; where  he has designs* on purchasing a fe\v  head of .hortnes and some other farming  equipment.  School opened last week with the  largest attendance in recent years.  Principal ^Tay having erough pupils  to All every seat in tlie school aiul then  had to lefuse adudttunce to a couple  who are really not i-esidents of the  Bection. -'-/Z -?:'f  TheiWnited Farmers had a full turnout of members on Tuewday night at  which ,the ekeoutive announced the  selection of M, R. Palmer as vice-  president, and that "vV. G. Birney hud  conNented to act as secretary-treasurer  for ;this year. The farmers also decided to Invite Col. LiBter, M.P.P., to  address them at his conenience, preferably before going on to his legislative  duties at Victoria. The closing feu*  ture was an impromtu debate on the  topic,, Resolved, "That the uue of tob-  buccqis beneficial." Thei-e were five  Speakei-s on each side who furnished  almost an hour of flrat-e.lass entertuih-*  inent,   Tho decision yvm a draw.  , A pleafclng feature of the meeting  of the United Frrmers on Tuesday  night was the pitmentatinh of a pipe  und tobacco p'ouclMo W. J. Boyd, the  retiring secretary. President Littlejohn made a few appropriate remai kn  iu milking the presentation, to which  Mr,  Boyd brelfly ami snitahls replkwl.  which the piesident gave a review of  the . year's  operations   of the board,  '      m        0    ~ .'���������        *    ' - . * m -.'     '      mt  ana tne crsasursii' presented a balance  sheet which showed the organization  about $8 to the good aftermeeting all  accounts presented tip to - the end of  She year. Messrs. Swanson and R. B.  Staples acted as scrutineers and the  election of ofiBcers resulted as follow r  "  "Hon. president-r-Guy Constable.  -- President���������R. S. Bevan.  . Vice-President���������C. F. Hayes.  ���������   -*S������l^-'5>|us**-^. G. Bennett.  Auditor���������Dr. Henderson.  Executive���������S. A. Speers, Guy Con-  stable. G. O.r Rodgers, R. B. Staple?,  C. B. Garland, 6. Johnson.  President Bevan Tand M-essrs. Hayes  and-Constable were named a committee to strike the board's standing  committee's for 1921.  The tmnual meeting of the Associated Boards of Trade of Eastern B.C.,  with ' which the Creston boaed is  affiliated, Avill be he|d at Penticton on  Feb. 1st, and considerable difficulty  was experienced is getting the quota  of two delegates in addition to tbe  president. Messrs. R. B. Staples and  Guy Constable finally consented to  con-rider ' the trip, and in case they  cannot go it will be up to the executive to rustle at least one member to  accompany President Bevan to the  P-Satiotor!' * meeting. Members who  haye^-e^oiuBions thst.tbev wish^^ub-  '-Vi^^'^^^W  ������~-*~&. * -.*������--* ���������& ,L*   tail  ^J^^SSf^-j  in^a^feaskea? tii turn them in-tb the  sec*������tary before the^22ndi, ;" -'%""  ?:Oa its present scale of operations  the board finds* its membership of $5  inadequate: to carry on with successfully-and at the February meeting? the  matter of increasing the fees-.-wiH be  settled. In the past extra funds have  been secured by way of an annual  Easter Monday, box social, whist and  dance, but 'even with the usual response from this quarter additional  revenue will have to be provided if the  publicity plans pow maturing for 1031  are to be carried out successfully.  Sirdar  Miss Stocker of Queens Bay is the  new principal fof Sirdar school. She  arrived last week, and appears to be  giving very general satisfaction.  Sid McCabe and crew are busy renewing the ties at Attaboy, as well us  doing the usual run of repair work at  the landing,  C, M, Loasby got back from Cranbrook the early part of the week, and  reports Mrs. Loasby making a splendid recovery, though it will be at least  a couple of weeks before she will return. He is going back to work again  the first of the week.  After u suspension of at least a  year Conductor Oameron made his  first appearance here lust week and  got a rousing reception from all hands.  Conductor Jackson has ult-eO resuuieil  operations and is on the run betwee^  Cranbrook and Cardston. 't Each of  them is reporend to have drawn about  $2000 of buck salary due to being illegally laid off,.', ' ��������� \ "  With the re instatement of Messrs.  Cameron aad Joekuon*~8irdur will see  less of Conductors McBurney and  Wuaeoii, while Messrs* Hall and Button will also bo moved back to the  rank of spare conductors on this run.  The old-time Winter we are having  is just whfit ,-wiui: required t<������ pm  Mayor Duly buck to form, and his  voice is once moi-e l'u������ity enough to be  hertt'd here exchunging pleasantileM  with steward Conway at the Landing.  Abotxt 100 citizens hAve already  signedi up to play on the several curling rinks ut Cranbrook this winter.  l,,t,m**i*s4mtti^*ttLf������tm'0t,������^^0t^.i<,^lk.i^,^ wye*1  *ij,4k^*>*4t.li,������f*.***e������-*"*t-**!������������'*fi*"'^*l*"  it^Htmiypmiatwmitt,  mi am ���������������",������****"* 1 * ism
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" Among the administrative duties which come solely within the jurisdiction of Provincial Legislatures and Governments possibly none are more
important and vital .to'the true welfare and strength of the,.*Country than
thosc which have to do with the schools and educational policy. While
the Dominion Parliament has the right, in certain contingencies, to override Provincial school legislation affecting* minorities, it has nothing whatever to do with genera! educational policy and administration. '. The
strength or weakness, the success or failure, of the schools of Canada is,
therefore, a direct responsibility of thc Provinces.
From thcir inception, the Western Provinces of Canada have placed
education, and the creation and development of a strong elementary system
of schools, first and foremost in their legislative and administrative programmes: Thc people havc demanded this, and the Governments have
responded to that demand; Governments have in* fact led the -way in the
introduction of reforms and the adoption of thc most advanced methods.
The result is that today in almost every city, town, village and rural district,
thc school is thc object of pfide on the part of all people and is accorded
their enthusiastic support. The school is the one institution for which
large sums of money arc ungrudgingly voted and in support of which taxes,
are cheerfully paid. . s
It is recognized, too, that the elementary school of today is something
more than a means of teaching children to.read, write and count correctly
It is realized that thc school is the training ground of citizenship, and that
the right type of citizen is th'e man or woman who. possesses not only rudimentary knowledge of the three R's, but who is physically St to endure the j
struggles and hardships of life, whose powers of observation, thought, initiative and general intelligence are developed, and whose educational training is of a character to make them fully efficient in their chosen occupation
or catling.
Hence, thc work of a Provincial Department of Education consists of
much more than the organization of school districts, the training of
teachers, and the payment of certain grants in support of schools. Realizing that a child cannot pursue its studies to the best advantage and concentrate on its school work if it is suffering from some physical defect or
disease,. Western Governments have created a branch devoted to school I
hygiene, and staffs a�� school nurses are employed who visit thc schools, I
report on thc systcm of lighting and ventilation, and whether the seating I
is conducive to health and the development of strong, upright bodies.
These nurses examine the children's eyes, teeth, throats, etc.. and report defects to the parents. Frequently they visit the. homes of defective children
and discuss their needs with the parents. In this way defects are found
and generally remedied of which parents and child may have been ignorant,
but which were the cause of indolence, lack of application, and general
backwardness in study. -Cleanly and healthful habits are taught and their
-importance emphasized.
Boys' and girls' clubs are organized, school fairs held, school gardens
and plots arranged,-and the rudiments of agriculture taught in rural schools
which are attended by the sons and daughters of our Western, farmers,
while manual and technical training and night schools are provided in urban
centres. . The girls are given lessons in domestic science, and thus equipped
' for thc discharge of home duties. J
Free text books are supplied, an ever-increasing army of inspectors is !
employed   with    a   view    to a steady increase in the efficiency in teaching j
methods, the standard of qualifications demanded of teachers is being raised!
year by year, compulsory school attendance laws administered by school
attendance officers are enforced With a view to seeing that every boy and
girl obtains, the benefits of an .elementary education, and special efforts are
put forth to develop schools among the many, communities of non-English
birth  in this Western  country in order that thc younger generation may
become imbued with Canadian ideals of citizenship.
These policies, so essential to the future, not only of thc children, but
of the State itself���because the stability of a State is dependent upon the
standard of its citizenship���costs an immense amount of money, especially
in these newer Provinces of ihe West where distances are great, population
yet small and widely scattered, and pioneer conditions in many respects
still prevail. It is not surprising, therefore, that in Saskatchewan last year
the largest single item of expenditure by the Provincial Government was
for education. Education called for the expenditure by the Government of
about one-quarter of the entire Provincial revenue, and what-is true of
Saskatchewan is approximately true of thc other Prairie Provinces.
It will be seen, therefore, that, notwithstanding thc fact that thcWcst-
crn Provinces do not enjoy the wealth and resources of the Eastern Provinces, and are laboring under pioneer conditions which have passed in the
older portion* of the Dominion, Legislatures and Governments here are
discharging thc fundam-rr.!:*! duty of government in providing*for an in-
tclligvn'.. trained citizenship, thus laying the foundations for a contented,*
pros parous and efficient State in Ike ycars to come.
Getting Ready For Rush of Business
. on Macketizie aiid Peace Rivers.
Preparations for the building of
two stern-wheel steamers which thc
Hudson's Bay Company proposes to
operate ��� on" the Mackenzie and Peace
Rivers are being made at Vancouver,
British Columbia. It is intended to
"send them knocked down into the
north and-.rebuild them there.
To incsxase its transportation facilities on th'e northern rivers, the
company is also having the steamship
Fort Simpson, operated for some
years on the Skeena River, dismantled. It will be shipped to the Mackenzie River to" assist in the rush
which is expected next spring.
DELICATE GIRLS
MADE STRONG
Would Not Sit Fer Portrait
Canadian Is First to Paint Picture of
*. Japan's Emperor. ���'
J. W. Ij. Forsteiya Canadian artist,
was the first person to paint portraits"
of Their Majesties the Emperor and
Empress of Japan while in Tokio as a
delegate to" the World's Sunday
School convention. In fact they
were the first ever, painted of any of
the reigning heads of that country.
Neither the Emperor or Empress
s'at for their portraits, being contrary to the custom of Japan. Mr.
Forsler therefore got occasional
glimpses of the rulers, by special arrangement'and the work he turned,
out highly pleased them.
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I'll be eternally indebted to you?
���'������, Tom.���That's what I'm afraid of.
Duty*tis usually too plain to be attractive. ���,;
Minard's Liniment For Distemper.
A D vorce Granted
Aii:-.v many years of patient suffering you can be divorced from corns
by applying Putnr.m'5 Com Extractor,
which .v.'t
Refuse
namV
pain!  -*���*
ts in 21  hours  without  pain
���Kil'S-itutes    ber.--use    '-Ptit-
the* rev..i-ejy '.hat p save and
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German U-Boat Sunk.
Twenty four-inch shells fired by thc
U.S. destroyer Wickes at ranges varying from 3,500 to 2,500 yards were required to sink the U-boat 88, a
former German high seas raider, six
mile's off the San Pedro breakwater,
in recent gunnery practice.
Quite often the man who is swift
and a good gucsscr distances thc slow
but sure chap.
Rich, Red Blood Needed to Keep Up
Their Vitality.
If growing girls are to become well
'developed, hea!thv women their
blood supply must bc carefully
watched. Mothers should not ignore
their unsettled moods or the various
troubles that tell of approaching
womanhood. It should bc constantly
borne in mind that pale, bloodless
girls need plenty of nourishment,
plenty of sleep and regular open-air
exercise. But a lack of appetite, and
tired, aching limbs tend to hinder
progress. To save the weak, thin-
blooded sufferer she must have new,
rich, red blood and nothing meets
a case of this kind so well as Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills. These pills not
only enrich and increase the hjood
supply, thcy help the appetite and
aid digestion, relieve the weary back
and limbs, thus promptly restoring
health and strength and transforming anaemic girls and* women into
cheerful happy people. Among the
thousands who have obtained new
health and strength through thc use
of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills is Miss
Violet Booth, Glenarm, Ont., who
says:���"For a long time I was in' a
badly run down condition. I was
pale, breathless at the least exertion,
and could hardly do any housework
without stopping to rest. I often
had severe headaches, and my appetite was poor and fickle, and.���.I would
get up in the morning without feeling the least bit rested. I had tried
severa.! medicines,** bvU did not get
b nefit from anything until I began
the use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.
When I had taken two boxes I could
see an improvement, and after using
six boxes I found my health fully restored. I feel altogether different
since I used thc pills that I strongly
advise them for all weak, run down
people."
If yo-u are weak or ailing in any
way, avail yourself at once of the
sphndid home treatment which Dr.
Williams' Pink Bills so easily afford,
and you will be among those who rejoice in regained health. Those pills
are sold by all dealers in medicine,
or may be had by.mail at 50 cents a
box or six boxes for $2.50 by writing
The Dr. Williams Meclicine Co.,
Brockville.
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Constipation
Don't letconatipation poison your&ic-��t��
snd curtail your energy.     >����&>.
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If your liver and bowels
Automobiles not much larger than
baby carriages are proving exceedingly popular in Berlin, Germany. The
car is just large enough to hold one
person comfortably, but a trailer r.i-ay
be added to carry luggage or another
person. They are driven by an elec-j
trie batterj' and will run about four
hours without rech?.r��r;n<r Stations
have been .established al! ovor thc city
to recharge batteries. When put
away .for the night the car is stored
in a garage about as large as a dog
kennel.
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Pril-s' today  A
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trouble  wtU      iv^^j^tWBammtan
;ie relieved    Por   dizziness,   lack  �����
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It is usually safe to say that when
a child, is pale, sickly, peevish and
restless, thc cause is worms. These
parasites range the stomach and intestines, causing serious disorders of
the digestion and preventing the infant from deriving sustenance from
food. Miller's Worm Powders, by
destroying the worms, correct these
faults of the digestion and serve_ to
restore the organs to healthy action.
Ontario Planning For Rural Credits.
"As soon as it can be brought about
Ontario will have a system of rural
credits similar to the system in Quebec and in the western provinces, by
which a man can raise money on his
business standing and his character,"
Hon. Manning Doherty, minister of
agriculture for Ontario, told Peel
County U.F.O., in an address. "There
has never been one dollar of loss
through rural credits," tbe minister
declared. *     ���*,.-.-    ���������
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A5PIKIN
Only "Bayer" Is Genuine
In thc Black Forest, Christmas or
Yule is known as "Log Day." Each
man and his sons cut down their
own "log," and the customary greeting is "A merry log day!"
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The Sturdy Fqod\&iues
of wheat and. malted barley
are combined in
(jpI^oLX) 6 * INI XA'CS
as ixmo ofclier
prepared cereal food
Its rich.nut-lilce flavor atbracta
and its nourishing Qualities
axe staunch. Unlike most prepared cereals. Grape*Nut#
needs no added sweetening
SOLD BT GROCERS EVERYWHERE
Br.-i'weiiS
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Worms sap the strength and undermine thc vitality of children,.
Strengthen them l>y using Mother,
Graves' Worm Exterminator to drive
out thc parasites. \
The Home Training
If Discipline Is Lacking Youngsters
Become a Menace to the
Community.
If thc discipline of the home is
what it should be it will effectually
prevent children of high school age
from indulging in midnight*revelry,
perilous joy rides, and other dubious
festivities. But if that discipline is
lacking up to the high school age
these uncontrolled youngsters become
a menace to the institution, and to the
community of normal, well managed
homes which must suffer because of
the influence upon decent and self-re-
spceiing pupils.���Detroit News.
Always Ready and Reliable.���Practically all pains arising from inflammation can be removed with Dr.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil. \ Simply rub
it on the s'orc spot and it is quickly
absorbed by the skin. Its healing
power is conveyed to thc inflamed tissue which is quickly soothed. This
fine old remedy is also a specific for
all manner of cuts, scratches, bruises
and sprains. Keep a bottle handy always.
Warning! Unless you see the name
'Bayer" on package or on tablets you,
are not getting Aspirin at all. Take
Aspirin only as told in the "Bayer
package for Colds, Headache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Earache,, Toothache, Lumbag* and for Pain. Then
you will be following thc directions
"and dosage worked out hy physicians
during twenty-one years and proved
safe by millions. Handy tin boxes
of twelve Bayer Tablets of Aspirin
,cost few cents. Druggists also sell
larger packages. Made in Canada.
Aspirin is the trade mark (registered
in Canada), of Bayer Manufacture of
Monoaceticacidestcr   of   Saiicylicaeid,
MOTHER!
''California Syrup of Figs"
Child's Best Laxative-
McGill Subscriptions.   ..
Thc executive of the McGill centenary campaign announce that the
total returns to the end of the year
amounted to $6,390,640, and that every
day up to date subscriptions continued to come into headquarters.
Prizes for prompt and uncomplaining payment of faxes are offered by
the Japanese Government, and range
from fifty cents to twenty-five dollars, ,
Geese upend more time on land
than any other webfootcd fowls.
Minard's Liniment For Colds, Etc.
W.   N.   U,   1350
The    ruby,    weight for' weight,  is
more valuable than thc diamond.
SHORT OF BREATH
Could Hardly Walk
Without Resting.
When you go to a physician lo bc.
examined for fmy heart trouble one. of
thc first 'questions lie. asks is: "Are
you  short of breath?"
Now, when the heart becomes af-
tfected there ensues a feeling of a
choking sensation, a shortness of
breath, palpitation, throbbing, irregular beating, smothering sensation, dizziness and a weak, sinking, all-gone
feeling of oppression and anxiety.
On thc first sign of thc heart becoming weakened or the nerves' unstrung Miiburn's 'Heart and Nerve
Pills are just th'e remedy you require.
Thcy regulate and stimulate thc heart,
and strengthen and restore the whole
nerve systcm.
Mr Stephen Crone, East Clifford,
N.S., writes:���"I suffered for five years
with heart trouble. I could hardly
walk from the house to the barn
without resting as 1" used to get bo
short of breath. Doctors could not
help me. My wife told me to get a
box of Miiburn's Heart and Nerve
Pills and I felt better after' taking
them,; three boxes made me quite
well, I am now helping my Bon
to work the farm, and can truthfully
say I feel like a different man,"
Price 50c a box at all dealers or
mailed direct on receipt of price by
Tht* T, Milburn. Co,, Limited, Tor
onto, Ont.
'������iV
Accept "California" Syrup of FIff��
only���look for the name California ort
the package, then you are sure your
child is (having the best and most
harmless physic for the little stomach,
liver and bowels. Children love it*
fruity taste. Full directions on each
bottle.     You must say '���'California."
DANDERINE
Stops Hair Coming Out;
Thickens, Beautifies.
A few cent* buy'f "Danderine." At**
ter a few applications you cannot find
a fallen hair or any dandruff, besides
every hair   ohowc   new   life,   vigor,,,
brightness, moro color and abundance*
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mmm I  I  9b  r,  ~  i  a?  I .  Sk~-.ml������L������&  m? ^qfflr    -najWl   ^mB&r  ekWrnmrn-W  !n the Halls of Learning  Some New Sidelights on tlie Hi st#ry of This Famous Indian  Outlaw. ���������".  By O-GE-SSAS-ES (Little Clerk>.  (Copyrighted)  Some  twenty years ago, snore c^e  less,*��������� our .scattered ,: settlement    was  thrown into a great state of excitement with the shooting- of a Northwest Mounted Policeman by an Indian,   about  fourteen   miles  west  of  -where    Melfort    now stands.    "This  was the first mention" of   Almighty  Voice, that famous outlaw, who kept  this  section   of   Saskatchewan  in  an  uproar for a couple of years.      This  young Indian wasa"Saultea\ix of the  Duck  Lake band, and noted  for his  swift running.      He was  imprisoned  at Duck Lake by thc Mountics, pending trial'on the supposed^theft of a  steer; broke jail  that night, crossed  the  south  branch   of  the   Saskatchewan  through   drifting ice,  secured  a  pony,  cart  and  single barrelled gun  from some of his Indian friends and  struck north towards  Fort la Come,  8 young woman accompanying him.  The police were on his track next  morning, and the sergeant (an cx-Lifc  Guardsman) with a French haW-  b'-ecd interpreter, caught him up just  about where thc village of Beatty now  stands. T!*he Indian stopped his  pony, got out, knelt down and holding  up his right hand, called out, "Stop,  or  1   will  shoot!"      Bravely   the  old  soldier rode the outlaw down, but a  single shot struck him---.dead. And  now, with an empty gun and a muzzle-loader at that, was the opportunity  for Mr. Metis to. capture him. But  alas he turned tail and rode back as,  hard as he Could pelt to Joe McKay  {that famous scout) who was bringing up the rear with a buck-board, |  and was some twelve miles back at a  settler's house, waiting for their return with their pr.soner. If Joe had  been along, Mr. Almighty Voice's  career would have ended right there,  for the sergeant was greatly beloved,  by his comrades.  I still kept up my interest in the Indians. . Coaxing Ne-pen-a-qua-nip  but to the barn, we sat down for a  good smoke, that grahd preliminary  to all peace parleys., Finally, I said,  "My brother, something is troubling  you; tell me all, and relieve your  heart." His facc^ lighted up, and  .laying his hand on my breast he  thanked me and said, "Oh, my  brother, how "good it was that when  my Father was dying he told us all  that for the first and only time in his  life he had taken a white man for his  son and a brother to his children." I.  agreed with him, but we were making  no progres^, though I half suspected  his errand.  Ne-pen-a-qua-nip then proceeded:  "This*' is very bad having soldiers  constantly visiting our tents looking  for the'one who has done wrong. (It  is very-seldom an Indian will mention  names)* Do yott think it is a good  thing having this man Wandering  from tent to tent?1'  "No, I do not," was my reply.  "Do you remember how you made  all our band promise not to take the  law into their own hands when the  white men' began to come in, and  I when   the   lumberman   struck   me   in  Elaborate Opening of Parliament  Planned for Hortliern Ire! and  ji .i .    .       ri    "' ���������'      n   i i    .       ' . '   'i'.i   i-    '    i     ~\   ir m-i in- jiim-aji   i.. imn .rn   i.i-'..ii  i" .    .    ._      i .Ii_jul  Hope to Obtain Consent of the  King or Prince of Wales to  Attend. .4  London.���������Ulsterinen are preparing  to make the opening of the parliament  for Northern Ireland as picturesque  and pompous as possible .endeavoring  to obtain the consent of the King to  personally open the first session or to  have the Prince of Wales do so if  the King is unable to be present, says  the London Times.  The  newspaper adds  that  starting  land. However, it says the government has virtually decided upon1 a  bold course.  Final decision has not yet been  taken, but according to the Time3  the, government has practically resolved to reject the advice of cautious  advisors to defer elections for the  southern parliament until the results  of the Ulster experiment are seen and  the Ulster Pafliam-eUt is a fairly easy j bring the act into operation in both  proposition, but that the crux of the I areas simultaneously, having elections  problem will be met in Southern Ire-   for the two parliaments concurrently.  l-jR. Vv. W. -SWANSON.  Dr. W. W. Swanson,  Professor of  Economics in thc University of Saskatchewan  K������ Grain' from Russia  Are for Disarmament  Prominent Canad ans Express Their  Opinion on World Disarmament  Question.  New   York.���������Four   big Canadians,  asked for their, opinion on an agreement for disarmament between England, United States and japan, by the  Canadian Grain Growers Have Little j New York World, are direct in their  the face and 1 ran for my gun with  only the thought of revenge in my  heart, then my promise to you came  back to mc and I caught a pony and  rode right in to see you and you came  right out and.saw justice was done  for the Indian as well as the white?"  "I remember, oh, my brother. You  did well, but don't forget after you  .uid the gun in your hand it was your  good wife reminded you of the promise m_ade to mc."  1     "True; well this Almighty Voice is  our   cousin,  but   he   is   wrong.       He  j kills  an  innocent  man   and  wounded  The winter passed and sma'l bodies | two others. Perhaps other ��������� Indians  of police were constantly traversing j wil1 3oin him and there will be more  the district, visiting Indian camps and,   bloodshed.     It would be a good thing  to stop him.      Is there any reward of-*-*,  fered for his capture?"  "Not that I have*ever heard of," I  answered.  "Well, if there is a good reward,  you and 1 could catch h.m." And  he then detailed his scheme, which  was that I was'to start trading again  and engage him for my^ intm. Start  on the usual trips from encampment,  to Fear From Competition in  This Direction.  Ottawa.���������That the gram growers of  the Dominion have little to fear from  the competition of Russia in the immediate future, is indicated in a. report received from the office of the  Canadian Trade Commissioner at  Milan. It appears, that in Italy and  other European countries, much was  expected through negotiations with  the co-operative institute of Russia,  but only . one shipload of Russian  grain has arrived yet in any Italian  port. This amounted to less than  four thousand tons and much of the  cargo was reported to be in bad condition.  There 4is also said to be but little  prospect of grain from Rumania or  Jugo-Slavia finding its way to the  European markets' in consid rable  quantities, = dt-spite 'more favorable  transportation  and exchange rates.  statement that the three countries  concerned should make special efforts  to cut down the expenditures in this  regard, as it would be painful to rebuild our civilization slowly, and, it  must be done, than to see it swept to  nothiftg*by another world conflict.  Hon. W. L. Mackenzie King, Sir  Vincent Meredith, Sir H. Montague  Allen "and Professor Lcacock are the  men who expressed identical opinions  on the subject.  Samuel Gompers,-president of the  American Federation of Labor, says:  "I am for disarmament."  Thinks Situation is Hopeless  Von Tirpitz is Very Pessim'stic Over  Germany's Future.  Munich;���������Admiral Von Tirpitz, who  was the German naval secretary for"  the first two years of the war, does  not believe "a kindly fate will give  Germany 200 ycars to revive, a^-after  the 30 years war, because of surrounding hostile nations."  He makes this known in an article  written for a Southern German publication. He says Germany's situation  seems hopeless. The admiral writes:  "it must be said that eighty mill-on"  Germans in Middle Europe can be an  invincible power if they hang together and are willing..to sacrifice for  national unity. - If thcy separate  nothing but dreams will remain for  them."  Now Encircle World  settlers' houses, but without success,  though rumors were- plentiful as  blackberries in regard to his whereabouts. The outl.-w had sworn he  never would be taken alive, and stat-*  cd to his Indian friends that he was  innocent of the.* crime he was imprisoned for. His succ- ss in eluding the  Mounted Police and also wounding  one 'or two of the    men     in    civilian  Turks Are Innui&n  search  parties had made him a~"heroi gradually draw mar his hiding place,  in the eyes of his countrymen, and  there was no doubt he constantly re-  ceiv, d food, clothes- and shi'lter from  the various Indian camps, for aft-ir a'l  blood  is thicker  than   water.  About a year aft: r his escape, one - dangc-rtous .one, I thought.  of Kinistin's sons called at my house  and hung around Indian fashion until my wife lost j-attencc and sa cl for  goodness sake ask what that Indian  wants and get rid of him. I was no  longer engaged in the fur trade, as  my farm and cattle kept me busy, but  where in the dead of night it.would  he easy to throw a blanket on him, tie  him up and hand him over to tht  police. 1 cannot say 1 was much in  love'  with    thc    scheme.      Rather    a  No doubt  thc man was d sperate. But after  the Indian telling me he was getting  sympathizers, I finally consented to  write the Commissioner of the  Mounted Police and report results to  him.  (To bc continued)  Turkish    Nationalist    Leadar    Sends  Ironical Mes-a^e to Lloyd  George.  Angora, Asia Minor.���������Mustapha  ICcmal Pasha, the Turk sh Nationalise  leader, has sent an ironical message to  Lloyd George thanking the British  Government through the Prime Minister for "assisting" the Nationalists.  Great Britain hnd in fact done so,  Mustapha Kemal Pasha points out, fey  Canadian Sh ps Have at Last  Completed World-Girdling Plan.  Montreal.���������Canada's ocean-carrying  trade by the medium of the government ships has at last encircled the  globe. The last link in this world-j  girdling enterprise was forged with i  the departure of-the .steamship "Canadian Inventor" from Vancouver to  Singapore and Calcutta, it is announced.  Hereafter the . boats bound east  from Montreal and St. John through  th'e Suez Canal, will meet the boats  bound west from Vancouver at the  terminal port of Calcutta.  To Eqaaifce Railway Kales  Proposes Conference to Prepare Case  For Railway Commissi en.  Calgary,     Altu.��������� I o     discuss     thc  equalization of railway rates b-'tween  the east and thc west, and to prepare  a case in support of equalization for  presentation to \\)~ Railway Commission, a conference of representatives  of thc Boards ^f Trade of tin- four  western provinces, to be held in Vancouver at thc end of January or thc  begitining of February was proposed  in a telegram    received   by    J.    H*.  Hanna,    a-vcretary   of    the   Calgary  Board of Trade, from the Vancouver  Board ol Trade,  EjHS'from ChVLa  Woman Speafc-r In B.C. House.  Victoria,���������Aa a result of a Cabinet  meeting here, Mrs. Mary Ellen bmith,  who headed the poll in Vancouver at  the provincial elections December I,  will bc tendered the speakership of the  British Columbia Legislature. From  the time of the announcement of Mrs.  Smith's great plurality it was on the  carpet that the government proposed  to recognise the lady's wide popularity and service in the house.  Fcftc  Tons of Chinese Eggs Arrive at Vancouver for Use in Dominion.  Vancouver.���������Three days behind  schedule owing to heavy gales off the  Brit.sh Columbia coast, the C.P.O.S.  steamship Royal Mail Liner, Empress  of Russia, has dock.d here from  Oriental ports, Thc steamer had'a  full  list  of  passengers.  Included in her cargo were 438  tons of Chinese eggs, 288 tons of  v-fhieh are for overland points and ISO  tons for local and coastwise. The  vessel also hns fiO'O tons of si'.lc and  2.000 tons of general cargo.  "Red" Agitators In *iamilton.  Hamilton, Ont.���������It is said that the  "Red" element here is trying to stir  furnishing thc Armenians w.th 40.000 j up men out of employment to miake a  demonstration  in  force.  At a meeting of unemployed, held  in this city recently,' extremists sug-  g sted the looting of storcs~by men  out of work,  Secmt service officials havc been  working in Hamilton as a. result of  thc apparent attempt of certain agi-  totors to cause an outbreak of lawlessness, and, in consequence, a dozen  of them havo been ordered to leave  this city under threat of imprisonment.  Million Unpaid ia Certificates  Many Participation Certifies'es Issued,  By Canadian Wheat Board St A  Outstanding.  Winnipeg.���������Approximately $1 000,-  000 worth of participation certificates  issued by the Canadian Wheat Board  still'are outstanding, although they  should have been presented fe^r payment by December 31, 1920, according  to the Winnipeg Tribune.-  -Because the certificates have been  allowed to lapse thcy are now inval* d.  Those who havc not claimed the  amounts coming to them oti their  certificates are said to be foreigners.  who, it is declaredj, are suspicious of  signing any government documents.  In most cases the value of the certificates *is not large but iu onc instance it amounts to $500.  rifles ancl considerable war materials  which the Armenians, hc says, surrendered to tlie Nationalists under the  piacc treaty they had concluded.  The National Asscmb'y here has  created Mustapha Kemal a field-  marshal of the Turkish army, in  "recognition  of his  services."  U.   1350  Plot to Blow Up Tower of London.  London.���������A plot to blow up that  section of the Tower of London  where thc crown jewels are stored,  with time fuse bombs was discovered,  according to the Dai'y Sketch, during  a recent laid of certain Sinn Fein  premises,  bug Journey to Arctic  Dog    Teams   With    R.C.M.P.    Wil  Leave Dawson C.ty on SCO-Mile  Tup.  Dawson, Y.T.��������� i-ive crack Canadian  Mounted Police dog teams drawing  toboggans wi'.l leave Dawson this  wcsk ou a thousand mile mid-w.ntcr  Arctic Marathon. They will travel  500 miles directly north to Fort MacPherson, at the mouth of the Mackenzie river, and then return.  They arc expected back here about  thc first week of March and will  likely bring first advices of thc win-  i ter from Fort Norman oilfields and  from Arctic, explorers and whalers  frozen in along thc northern edge of  the continent.  Several parties here arc planning  to go w.th dog teams ovcr the snow  to Fort Norman. The distance will  necessitate 20 days' mushing.  D'Annunzio-Is R'bb d.  Rome.���������Several million lira in cash  have  been  stolen   from   the  office  of  Gabrielc D'Annunzio at Fiume by Ar-  ditti, who forced thc regency's strong  box.      Documents  relating  to  D'Annunzio's  enterprise   were,  also   sto'cti  and    the    poet-soldier    is    co: sk'.er  ably disturbed by the robbery. D'An  nunzio  is  leaving   Fiume   for  an  un  known destination.  Alberta Favors Increased Taxation.  Edmonton.���������Twice     the  maximum of taxation    in  Baad'.ts Steal $18,000.  Detroit, Mich.���������Three   armed  ban  dits locked the manager and clevk o'  thc west side branch of the Mi,-hig-M  State Bank of Detroit in thc vault .-Mid  present ��������� escaped with $18,000.  The manage  vault  municipal. and clerk were imprisoned in th  districts is favored by the Provincial' nearly two hours before their absence  Government as indicated in an answer  given to the delegation from the Alberta Association v. Municipal Districts. The limit of taxation is now  one per cent, of the assessed value, or  ten cents an acre where the levy is  made on flat rate. It was asked by  thc delegation which waited upon the  was    noted  covered.  and    the  robbery   dis  Refuse Extradition.  Thc    Hague.���������The    Dutch    courts-  hove refused to grant the cxtraditior  to Belgium of Professor De Vr czc  formerly librarian  of Ghent  Untver  government, that this    maximum   of i sity, and now a political refugee. Pro-  taxation be materially increased and   lessor,De   Vrcc2c   is  accused   as   ~  a change to two per cent, and 20 cents   leading   "activist"    in    the    Flemish  was agreed upon. separation movement during the war.  Angus Shops Re-open.  Montreal.���������Thc Canadian' Pacific  Railway Angus shops here, employing 5,500 men. which closed for twelve  days* holiday just before Christmas  have b en re-opened under the same  ���������renditions n* '.-���������. ��������� >*!n������-<dv.       *  Sityiple Funeral for Von Hollweg.  Berlin.���������The burial of the former  I Impfrrlol Chancellor, Dr. Von Beth-  tnann-Hollwcg, took place In the Rustic Cemetery at Hohenfmow. The  funeral rites were'of the simplest nature and the interment took place in  the presence of the villagers, the employees of \\vt estate, numerous officials and political associates of the  former chancellor.  Toronto Has Crime Epidemic.  Toronto.���������"We havc an epidemic of  housebreaking, burglary and highway  robbery," said Judge Coatsworth,  "and we have to stamp it opt." Thereupon hc sentenced Frank McCarthy,  of Montreal, and Henry Morgan, of  this city, to the penitentiary for five  years for housebreaking.  Alaska Pioneer Deo*.  Dawson.���������Emerson   O'Neill,   wefl-  known pioneer Alaskan and Yukoner,  d\rd   h*re   recently.     He   earne   to  Juneau in 1893, and Dawson five years  J later.  De Valera Is Busy Man.  Dublin.���������The Associated Press correspondent has conversed with several persons who have seen and spoken with Eamcxnn De Valera. He \.  reported to be in excellent hea'th  and is extremely busy, having already  held several conferences with leaders  of various departments of thc Sinn  Feb Government,  Donatd McMaster 111.  X,ondon.���������-Sir    Donald    McMaster,  the     well-known      Anglo-American  member of parliament loj Chertsey*  It seriously til. The Italian. band management at  Trail is out to raise $500 by public  subscription wherewith to buy some  new instruments and to ship the old  ones back east for repairs and general tuning up.  THE GRESTON REVIE  Issued every Friday at Greston, B.C.  $ubscrit>tion : $2.50 a year in advance.  S3.00 to U.S. points.  C. F. Hayes, Editor and Owner,  Lfirra    suBsra  Wr*2**'H   HaBBa*a:  III8IS I i 11*00  ftcrain Rsriiinsiii  TJDURlNe Oar,  with Siarfer  ....$ 775.00  TORPEDO Gar  ���������<  710.00  COUPE  4(  1100 00  .mttkU  V-tmrnttn  '<  lonn na  ItVVIVV  CRESTON,  B.C.,  FRIDAY. JAN. 14  Public Library  Elects Officers  TfiGiiK  750.00  f.o.h. factory  TRAQTOR (t~... Calgary)  $1075.00  * You should consider when  purchase a Oar or Tractor that  we carry every part for cars  and tractors we sell and, further^ we have appointed Ford  Service Stations in our entire  district, who are supposed to ~  carry genuine Ford parts,  Oreston Mo 4 SuppSy  r. s. %mn. Pro?.  The first annual meeting of Creston  District Public Library Association  was held  in  the library   building on  Monday night, with a fair turnout of^to consist of Messrs  the 35 members who haye already  paid their meniberbhip fees for the ensuing year. The gathering was presided over by Jas. Adlard, the library  board chairman, while Mrs. J. W.  Hamilton, secretary, presented a concise report of the library'' operations to  date, which was as follows:  "The Creston and District Public  Library Association was formed in  September last, the date of the charter  being September 13th. The firstmeet-  ing after incorporation was held on  Sept. 30th. and the fiye members of  the board were appointed, natnelyt  Mrs.   Henderson,   Mrs.     Lyne.    Mrs.  suggested that the chairman name a  committee to raise the balance, if  possible; *tnd Mr. Piggott very kindly  offered hisvservices.  Chairman Bathie and the-other  trustees were accorded a very hearty  vote of thanks for allowing the'U.P.  the free use of the school for all their  meetings.- The meeting was informed  that there was a"possibility of a new  order of things being created for the  put-pose of giving all. Valley^ points  better service: in the matter of. public  works, particularly as to Voads aud  theiv upkeep, ;and a committee was  named tp go- into' the matter to the  extent of reporting as to where repairs were heeded, and the possible  cost of doing Lhe.ivdrk, this committee  W.   J. Cooper,  Matt. Hagen and John Bathie.  O. J. Wigen introduced the subject  of an apple packing school but Chairmen Piggot ruled that this was a  matter for the , Co-Operative Fruit  Growers to handle, and 'the.matter  was dropped. Mi*; Packman*-reported  on an interview with Mr. Loveday of  Creston Fruit Growers' Union, arid  Guy Constable, secretary of the Stockbreeders' Association, as to the hay  situation, and these gentlemen had info lined that those needing assistance  in buying bay could have same by  signing notes payable in sis months at  TO FARMERS  A Savings Account is like a weed ��������� ones  started you eass9* stop it growing.  Don't run risks by keeping money around  the house. Place it in a Savings Account  with this Bank, where it will always foe safe.  Iat���������E���������������St paid at current rate.  SO*  ���������    OF CAKABA  GRESTON BRANCH,  %~. w. ALrJunr������,  xviana-ger.  \   rtl������������ ***urT#  5roi5s-  O  We have a line of  to elear at attractive  prices.  Men's heavy Blue Denim,  Bib, $3.75    "  Men's  Khaki   drill Pants  $3.75.  Boys' black Denim Pants  '. #1.50.  Men's   Blue    and   White  Stripe Overalls.   -  Children's Rompers,  Rubber Footwear,  ���������  SUGAR 17-Jc. lb.  Reduction ih Canned Goods.  it ..-x.llX-x��������� S.  inuiuuuei,    ������j,  son. The board met on Oct. 7th and  seleeted Mr. Adlard as chairman,  with Mrs. Hamilton, secretary-treasurer, she also acting as librarian for the  time being. The library was opened  to the public on Dec. 18th. The  Women's Institute donated their  library of 312 books to the Association,  and also their library cash balance of  $13. with which eight new jbooks were  bought. These, together with eight  more recently donated, and the books  loaned from Victoria, consisting of 104  fiction, 30 juvenile and. 45 general,  from a library of 567 books- to start  the year. There are up to the present  35 members."  The election of officers resulted in  the return of the original board, with  the exception of Mrs. Henderson, who  declined re-election, and whose place  is filled by Mrs. R. B. Staples. Mr.  Adlard was re-appointed chairman,  with Mrs. H;iuiilton, sici-fetary-treasur-  er, Mrs. Hamilton was also elected  honorarv librarian.  an interest rate of 7������ per cent.  The officers for 14)21 were ejected as  follows: President. W. J. Cooper.  Vice president, Joe Wigen. Secretary-treasurer, E. S. Butterfield.  Directors, Mrs. Victor Johnson, O. J.  Wigen, E. Butterfield, A. H. Piggot.  It was decided that at the next meeting an entertainment committee be  formed. At this next meeting also  the standing committees for the year  will be struck.       .  Two other important resolutions  wore adopted; one to notify the forthcoming oonvention that the Wynndel  local believes the time has arrived  when the United Farmers should  enter the political arena, and the  second, is that the provincial convention pass and "get-action on the matter  of restricting the Oriental purchasing  .._,3    Irx.........    r.t   i.twxrt ., tx A     -Ix.it     X U ~    U ^., ,1  tax on celestials be raised to $1000.  10% Diseoant for Cash over $1.00. 5  Discount on all monthly accounts  paid before the 10th of the month.  ,"/  Wynndei  Boots, Shoes. Harness  Repairing  We guarantee satisfaction and  prompt service.    Charges  reasonable.  JOHN JOY  Postoffice Blk.       CRESTON  \a\Tm    _  T7 ^&������S������U   3~J IT-17  Annual Meeting  Shoe Repairing  Men's   Half Soles, $1.25  Women'sHalf Sole������,$l .00  Guaranteed for fi months.  Alex. Mirabelli  Shoemaker   -  -    CRESTON  There was a fine turnout for the  first annual meetingof Wvnndel Local  of the United Fanners of B.C., wh ch  was held in the Wynndel schoolhouse  on Thursday night last, with President A. H. Piggott occupying the  chair. After the minutes of the  previous meeting had been read and  adopted, the next order of business  was the reading of correspondence  which included a letter from ttffe  Ladies' Auxiliary, calling attention to  the fact that that body had been dissolved.    This letter was ordered fyled.  The secretary's report, which also  included the balunce sheet, was next  presented, the treasurer's statement  showing a credit of $1*06.75 at the bank  and $5.78 cash in hand. The secre.  tary's report showed that the local had  been quite active during the vear. one  prominent feature being a persistent  campaign for better attention tr> repairs on roads and bridges. On  | motion the financial statement was  I accepted as read.  i At this point 0. J. Wigon drew at-  j tention to an item of $53 in the financial report, and enquired if that was  ��������� the full amount, in that, connection.  j Vice-president W. .). Cooper stated  , that it was*, his recollection that $100  , had been promised and he thought  '. the local ought to live up to its promise  in   lhe  matter,    Mr. Wigen then  ��������� ���������Hi       ��������� m^     t  M  f I #^ BOM  IT IS lil/ISI-  ro havc your car thoroughly overhauled and  <ivery detail looked over at least once a year,  especially during the winter morithH, when the  time in which the car is laid up cIoch not in-  <'onveniewo ow We offer only th<������ \mnt in  workrmmMhip and .supplies*.  ArTHOJUXEi) FORI) SERVICE STATION.  GRESTON SERVICE GARAGE  U DO ATE BROS.  PHOtVE &t  About 100 citizens have already  signed up to play on the several curling rinks at Cranbrook this winter.  The 1921 votefs list at Penticton  will only show again-bf 24 names as  compared with' ^he-list-infuse in-1920.  .*���������*������������������ '        rw'*!"';      1 r'. '  A,bunch of--gipsies have -just paid  the necessary license fee'of $50, and  have opened a palmistry "parlor at  Pernie. *..*?-  Penticton is agitating for the erec-r  tion of a theatre, or" public meeting  hall capable of seating at least 800  people. ]  For the month of November the amount of luxury taxes collected at Trail  was $1323. .Customs duties collected  $13,741.  Methodist Pastor Lee announces his  candidature for a place on the board  of police commissioners at Cranbrook  next year. .   .  A matter of not less than $325 a  month will he required to operate the  men's club which it is proposed to reopen at Cranbrook.  Penticton hears that the Dominion  Express Co. will probably establish  free delivery of express parcels in that  town early in the year.  The  Review claims that  the 1921*  voters   list  at   Revelstoke   will   contain almost 200 more names than appeared on the 1920 list  At the municipal election at Kaslo  this year a vote will be taken to have  the weekly half-holiday changed from  Thursday to Wednesday.  Father   Kennedy   has   about   completed arrangements for opening   a  Roman  Catholic kindergarten  school  at Fernie at the first of the year.  At Trail tho council is considering  the passing of a by.-law prohibiting  the keeping of pigs within the city  limits���������except on acreage property.  Auto owners at Rossland put their  cars away for. the winter the early  part of December, so heavy was tho  snowfall the first week of that month.  The smelter management at Trail  has -stopped all construction work on  new buildings that wore under way  with a v-qw to still further extending  Htnelter operations.  The trustees at Fernie are asking  the city council to submit a bylaw to  j the electors at the municipal elect-  form to raiBo sufficient- money to  build n now school.   Temporary Quar-  1 tern   now  occupied  are  neither suit-  j able nor sanitary.  |    Oranil    Forks    Anglicans,    Mo tho-  dintH and  Presbyterians had a United ChrtatmnR services in tho theatre in  Mint town on December 2fith.   A choir  of f>(������ voices furnished the muBlc and  ; the theatre wus hardly big enough to  hold  the crowd of worshippers,  Bunch Orass  *  IIYlOfl  s  11 ������&!!���������&  at c!  ose prices  Creston Fruit Growers Union  LIMITED  SC&13bP  ���������,:-.;. w*     .*..* , ���������;*.-.. i    ...   P?'        -'-������������������������'-���������  . gj-y}/;*.������-.���������.    ?t!ri:i*   .:���������    '���������  ���������J--    ���������-'-     -J-i-'iSi-*        ������������������������"'���������'.;        'JY-,ii.>*f-.������*i1   fed  IS..  Wool mixed Socks, 45c.  Heather mixed Socks, 50c and 75c.  AH 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 10J in Wool and Cotton at  prices from 35c. to $1.25���������very special, values.  Creston Mercantile Company  LIMITED  i  A SAVINGS  ACCOUNT  It Is always well to have a Savings  Act nint upon which interest is regularly  paid and from which you are free to draw  at any time should you have a good opportunity to buy stock or feed. A Savings  Account is Readv Monev. **h  THE CANADIAN BANK  vJr  I^V^MlVlE4KV^Ili  PAID-UP CAPITAL      -        -        $15,000,000  RESERVE FUND -        -        $15,OOQ,000  CRRSTON BRA^CH> C. O. Bennett, Manager.  I  Vi  !  4   I  M  fa  > ���������*!  . i  if  fl  a  < fl  ������������������.I  iW-s  ���������a"  7  id  MmuMmmm^mm  ���������������������������������������������l^^ stmmoL\tmirV4trnavitMmv^i tmmmmmttJipxx. '"lenj,  m  ~aiMit4^ti~~intmxsimti-i~~t4t^tiiui-  A  (  VHE  CRESTCft   R2SVIEW  yj  * &������-������*-*ib.i)*���������***%*-������    ntir&n    n-sinfti  All red. yearling heifer, nsooiey, slit  in left ear, Reward to party giving  information that will lead* to recover vi  J. H, WEBSTER, Creston,  Loyal Orange Loslge, Ka. 2095  Meets THIRD THURSDAY, of  each month al Mercantile  Hall.'' Visiting brethren cordially invited.  ERIC OLSON. W.M  ������e.Y sp** a  ixew ssoo&s at  i  ���������T* Zm.   -. r.~r#*9-iV~--a-  f   of   ~X-AUTm%Tf  Bbcades.    Little Queen Esther.  Royal treasure.    Dboi-s of Gold.  Singssaster.   WK-en   Sarah   went   to  I  B������   4-%m  i.s tnere any  Meat in the  House?  This is the first question that presents itself  to fche housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops -'  in for a meal. Eat why  worry? '  Sh&mroek Brand  ���������gJf-Z. P~m-t'M~*~mjixmx~~     -  Finest  Quality  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  ~Bologna, okcm  are always to be had  here. In meats nothing  quite equals 'Shamrock'  products..  P  bind Act  1   price   ol   first-class   land  reCuced to SB an acre; oecond-claua to  mm 0.x   __    ..-7.    .  fc-eni mi <wr*c. .....  Pre-emption now confined to ������ur-  veyeti lands only.  Records will be granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purpose.--  and which is non-timber land.  Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  but parties o-f not more than four may  arrange for adjacent pre-emptiona  with joint residence, but each making  necessary Improvements on respective  claims.. <&, ���������  .*  y* ,;������*     ���������  ��������� Pre-emptors must occupy;claims^or  Ave years and make improvements'tc  value of $10 per acre, including clear-  ing and cultivation of at least* 5 acres  before receiving-Crown Grant:  where pre-emptor in occupation not  less than S years, and has made proportionate improvements, he may. because of 511-heaith, or other cause, bc  granted intermediate certificate of Im  provement and transfer his claim.  Records without permanent residence may be issued, provided applicant makee improvements to* extent ol  5800 per annum and records same each  year. Failure to make improvements  or record same will operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained 'in  lesa than 5 years,, and improvements  of f 10.00 per acre, including & acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  of at leant 2 years are required, fe  Pre-emptor holding Crown arrant  may record another pre-emption, if he  requires land tn conjunction with hla  farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made  *nd /*epW-������������np������ maintained on Crown  granted land.  UnBurveyed areas, not exceeding 2u  acres,  may be leased as homes! tea.  title to be obtained after fulfllling real  dentlal and improvement conditions.  For graving and industrial purposes  areas exceeding 640 acres may be  leased by one person or company.  .t MJn������ Jtootory or Industrial altes on  timber land not exceeding 40 acres  may be purchased; conditions include  paymwit of stumpage.  Natural  hay meadows  inaccessible  JSL^iSyiV* roadfl m?y b.* Purchased  oondltlonarupon construction of a road  to them. Rebate of one-half of cost of  road, no* exceeding half of purchaser  price, la made.  PRB.KMPTOnS'      PREE  0 ACT.  ORANT&  7 The aoope of thta Act ia enlarged to  ifj? ^%.H*8^M^Mt**r������ -Forces,    The  time within whloh the heirs or devlseen  .* \ deceased pre-emptor may apply  ������������������ tSkJJS*? l**r,ir*m,iil* ^ath of  year aft������������������L -     formerly,   until  one  *,%. oui e-ieiim wnoie or orig nai par*  PUW*h������M price due and tftxe* rnuv  d'**rj*u������������l .proportionafeiy   Sv������  >!���������  area.      Application*   mi'������t   b*  "tor. the couoluaton of the present  trSactlve.    prIvnwe ,8 ������!������ ���������KS ".'  H.S������i[f*ilJ228:*ll,lt,to PWr-wnPtlon*art*  due pr payable .by, sold -ors on    pre-  emptiona recorded after June 20, ������������  Taxes are remitted for Ave years.  Provision for return of moneys ac  ������niai,ei*!ii!laJlllJ,M*f p#ftW alnc* Auguat  i,rlSl^������i,������<^21,nt.0' payment*, ?ee������  wil8J!if,L������0LdJ2r*  ������re-������������������ptiona.  VWn.������0& ctty ,ota J1*1'1 by members of  Allied Forces, or dependenta, acuuired  liatment to March Si, 1910.  auB.pu*CMA������e������8 or crown  m LANOa,  Provision   made   tor   laauanoe   of  Crown grama to auto������������ureha������*rs   ������}  purehaaera1, who failed   to   complete  Ailment of conditions of^pufcfciue/iii*  tereat and taxfca.   Where sub-purchs*.  era do wot claim whole of original par  eel, purchase -"������������������-- M~- -���������*-���������* -*" ���������   *'*r  be   df    '"  whole. area.      App  mad* by May fc, 1080.  ORAXiNa.  Clrasl-ng Act, J������l������. for wy-ttemtfitk-  deyelonmant *of llvobtock tuduwtry w..  vide* for graalng dlHtrlcm and rang*  administration und������r Commlmioner  Annual graalng ttrrniiin< i������������uod bi***������i  on numborH rangecd: priority for ������������t������b.  Ualied owner*. Btock.ownerw may  form Af������oct������l������oi������ie for r*reg������ manit-xe  ment. Frae. or partially fr**. peraittM  for a*ltl������ra, cat-uper* or traveMara   ut*  ten ttSvH   ti���������4ti-. 0  Below will be found a complete list  of the new books on Jbhe shelves of  Creston District Public Li bray, and  which -are available members under  the library regulation**?. Members and  others should preserve this list as frequent reference to it- wiii save both  themselyes and the librarian much  .time when it comes to changing  books.  FTfWtlTkW  Abbott,   The happy house,  Allen,   The money-maker.  Anderson.   Only a fiddler.  Ash ton.   The^ale of a tank. *  Austen.    Pride and_prejudice.   2 vols.  Balzac.    Modeste Mignon.  Barrie.   A window in   Thrums;   My  Lady Nicotine. '  Baxter.    A blower of bubbles,  Bindloss.    Harding of Allenwood.  Bonner.   The girl at Central,  Bottome.   The dat-k tower.  Brinkmann.   The     hreath     of     the  karroo.   -  Bruce.    Mas of the North.  Bunnett.   The secret garden.  Butleiv   Erewhom.  Connor.    Black Rock. ���������-   ���������   . -   <y.  C-Qiii-ad..    Twixt* land and sea.  Cooper.   Tobiaa o' the llghtr  Ci u'evain.    The heart of life.  Oraui.    Lotus salad.  Crawford.   The little city of hope.  Crockett.  -The lilac sun bonnet.  Cullum.   The night riders.  Davis.    A victor of Salamis.  Dawson.    The test of scarlet.  Dickens.    A tale of two cities.  Dostoevskv.    The brothers   Kai-atua-  ZOV. ���������:���������'.*������������������  Druinmond.    A king's pawn.  Eaton.   -The idol of Twin Fires.  Eliot.    Adam Bede.  Ervine.    The foolish lovers.  Ferber.   .Personality plus.  Fisher.   The squirrel-cage.  Foote.    Blister" Jotbes. V  Fowle������': Her Ladyship's conscience.   .  Eox.   The little shepherd of Kingdom  Come.  Gallon.    Levity, Hicki?.  Galsworthy. ; Fraternity.  Gaskell     North and South.  Gis*������ing.    Demos.  Gooseqnill.-  As others see us. /.  Gray...The worid-mender.  Grays'oh.    Adventures     in     con ten t-  " -'.. inenti*.  Haggard.    Beatrice.  Hardy.    Under the greenwood tree.  Hawthorne.   The scarlet letter."  Hewitt.   The House of Judah.  Hickens.., The   prt>phet   of   Berkeley  Square, y:������������������'���������'"-  Hume.   The lost parchment.  Ingersoll.    Daisy b-erself.  Jerome.    Aii roads lead to Calvary.  Kingsley.    Hereward the Wake. "  King-al^y.    Stephen. *"  Laut.    Heralds of euipire.  Lever.    Harry Lnrrequer. t ������������������  Lincoln.    Cy Whittaker's place.  "Leidger.    Letters to a niece.  London/  John Barleycorn.  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The Kootenaian ^states that in the  trial at Kaslo last" week of a gamlP  ling case Methodist pastor Hughes in  conducting the .prosecution, of the  case gave "a practical exemplification  of the science 4f black-jack dealing  which proved instructive to the exper  ienced and will doubtless prov^ useful to any young men' present who  contemplate making a living ny gambling.  NOTICE OF ANNUAL  MEETING  The annual meeting of Creston Val-,  ley Agricultural Association, which  was postponed, will be held at 2 p,ni..  Thursday, January 27th, iu Sneers'  Hall, Business; Election of officers  and other important matters, R.  WALMSLEY. Secretary.  CHORLTOW'S  TWO-PIECE  Dance Orchestra  for Country Dancesand House Parties.  Terms on application to J.K.Chorlton,  Orewton, B.C,  JU\ENILE.  Alcott.   Rose in bloom.  Baldwin.   The story of Roland.  Bautn.   The enchanted island of Yt*w,  Brown.   Hor sixteenth yew.  Browne.   Rubber.  Burgess.   Chiittmw, th*? red squirrel,  Cair.    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We endeavor  vjrxjxxxvjki.  r.   tr  ifjti  ������11  4X.SX  nn a  UM    XXI  *r*t**40*tjxt������*l  ti*ttt~ii-  SJKP  extend to our customers the  best of service, the best of merchandise, and  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 tha month of January  the House   ������f Hohberlin  ^%-frir*aif������ie'-'-a .   ^Tiy!******^ ���������    Tai������*������**4rfc������������wfcfr .  -^&Sx &-.--W& o*..     -M.       ~*^^^%^ymm^f~- ~   of   331-3  Made-to  These   prices  ^b^bTand it wiU be  to your advantage to order  now.  rer  Measure  on  . JIO^^���������,  r  vvwntgxg^txK  mT'Sm'n  S# jPl* S$ \t^ E ERi  GENERAL  MERCHANT.  W'./T.  IftJl  FIFTEEN DAYS ONLY  will allow  ALL  Furniture, Beds  and Mattresses  Now is the time to buy.  Hardware & Furniture Supply  M.J.BOYD        Company  . Manager  QOW ESTRAY  Came to my premises about Dec.  10th, one red cow, white legs, 3 years  old, ears tipped and notched. Owner  ean have aaine on proving property  nnd pnying expansea, H. P. Wood  Box 50, Greaton.  CATTLE ASTRAY  One red,cow about 5 yeas old, silt  and "V" In ears one yearling holfer,  unbrunded, red with white spot on  forehead} two heifers, 18 months old,  Howard to pm-tit-'S giving Information  leading to recovery. H, P. WOOD,  Box 80, Oreston.  HEIFER ESTRAY  ,       ���������^00-0.  LoRl-r-Tled heifer, about two years  old. underutaort,.branded fn. on right  hip, left'horn shorter than"rlght. Re*  ward to party imtlfylng me hsj to the  unlmaVs whereabout**, A. Mirabelli,!  Oroutolrt, ".  mtti0mi4llt44tA044tt444t444tit4t444m4m^^ II ������������������IKWfc  ,/������������������'      CATTLE ASTWAY  ������?en*ey heifer, 3 years old. also two  red and white jnelfers (Shorthorn)  which haye been around my place  since buminer.   Owner onn havo same  ou p<*yri'wu������t ot feed bill.   3SL ATONES,  DOING  ANY  mill niMD  DUiLUmu  OP  FIXING UP  9.  We can  supply  Portland  Cement  Lime  Shingles  Lath  Lumber  all sizes and  grades.  Canyon City Lumber Company  LIMITED ���������SB  ~-^';rs./pS&^  ]iP'Z--\jp-?'   '". Z-"\:ZZ-'--' ��������� .::ZZ-?  GTAMArU DBIifED  Makes  Yon   Feel   Lively  and  Young���������Removes That  Tired Feeling.  come.     Oh, I do Dofkin, I do!  j     Dorkin stood.paralysed before this  j new    outbreak.       Uncomprehending  its real cause, he could but grope for  understanding.  For the first time he began to realize that this woods-girl was feeling  the "world-old heritage of the forest,  that she had bridged the brief -span  between childhood and womanhood.  He knew the wilderness and its  ways. The'new comprehension overwhelmed him, shocked him into  stupidity.  He knew that she was looking at  him, but it was ages before the film  passed from his eyes a^-H he could  see. He noted then that ��������� her face  was drawn, as though in pain, that a  strange wanness had crept into it,  and that the deep eyes bore thc look  of a  hurt   thing.       Below ihe  white  At some- period in our lives there  5s sure to come a time when the  stomach is "off"���������not working well���������  failing to enjoy and digest its food.  Main thing then is to get the right  remedy. Yoit really -want a soothing  medicine, one quick to act, sure on  results, combining the virtues of a  gentle laxative with a tonic effect upon the stomach, liver and kidneys.  Certainly the world affords no bet-*  ter medicines,  for  the stomach  than   throat, the doeskin rose and fell like  Pills    of Mandrake' the    tiny    waves   of a storm-racked  Thcir   laxative   ef-j lake.      He knew-,that  she was waiting���������waiting   for   what?   .  He wanted to speak, to say something, anything, so long as he relieved  the situation, but he could not. He  knew   that   the   color   had   fled   from  Dr.    Hamilton's  and   Butternut.  feet is ideal���������can't be beaten!- But  in addition to their helpful action upon thc bowels, these pills contain certain ingredients that strengthen and  invigorate  thc muscles  of  thc  stom  ach, thereby relieving all sorts of; his face just as it had from hers. He  stomach misery, indigestion, sourness,', realized that he had lost something  rising gas, headache and biliousness, j dear and tender and innocent. What  Just     try     Dr.   Hamilton's   Fills���������] had he found?  Above, around, deep from the tangled forest rang the fluted note upon  which all the harmony and love of the  shagland vastness hung: the note of  mate  to  mate..     It  was  thc  i.rrc-voc-  they'll make you full of energy���������  brimming over with snap; thev bring  and maintain robust, sound, vigorous  health, and isn't that just what"you've  looked for these many months? REFUSE A SUBSTITUTE FOR DR.  HAMILTON'S PILLS. 25c per box,  all  dealers.  BY  ARCHIE P. McKISHNIE  Printed    by    Sp-cia!    Arrangements   with   Thos.   Alien.  11 Toronto, Ont.  ^ JJ1  ���������    (Continued)  Willow's heavy brows arched in a  little frown; she puckered up her  red lips and whistle, d the bar of a  tunc. _        ���������   ���������  Dorkin watched her. Surely this  child of the forest was an enigma.  He began to real zc that he had taken on a much heavier contract than  hc   had  at  first  supposed.  He came out of his musings *vith  a start. Wi'low had ask d him a  question, asked it in her* direct way,  her grey eyes looking straight into  his.  "Who was that beautiful girl you  were  wirh, yesterday?"  "Beautiful girl?" hc stammered,  and  laughed  at  his  own  confusion.  "She was here', her and an old  man, here with Pa Washburn, from  Lookup. She had hair lik gold  adder-tongues, her eyes were blur- as  a cedar-bird's egg; I saw 'em. Dorkin,      Who wa.s she?" sh"  insisted.  Dorkin patueu! the brown hand  resting on his arm. "Why. that  was Miss Marsh." he answered.  "The eidcriy gentleman wa.s her  uncle. I wan tod you to mr-rt them,  but   you   w. re   nowhere   to  be   found.  isitlifflii', A  11FTO  VAff?  IflfMrYf  flip 1IIU li&Hill  Sloan's Liniment should be kepC  naariy for aches and pains  TT -THY -wait for a severe pain, aa  Vy. ache, a rheumatic twinge -gel-  ��������� * "���������*- lowing exposure, a sore muscle,  sciatica, or lumbago to make you quit  work,, when you should have Sloan's  Liniment handy to help curb it and  keep yonactive, and fit, and on the job?  Without rubbing, for it penetrates-  ??ply a bit today -to the aCIicted part.  Notethe gratifying, clean .prompt relief  that follows. Sloan's Liniment couldr.'t  keep its many thousands of friends the  world ovcr if it didn't make good.  That's worth remembering. All druggists��������� three sires���������the largest is tho  mostccynoriaio.J.  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'ihe* die-  catt-A mucn������-> 11 a  ������v~m pjH-oravH (st-enerb, Vou art  pr.fstiui to famtly and frkndR. It tires  you, vwinkttis yejti, iJulli y-ur mind and  your will. And thore ������u������ milHoas tit  gitrmn In thft hawking, coneMni. fi^d  ���������aplttioK whJch you Inn-xentiy giv������ to  othera.  rf you ar������ dnewre In wantlnjj to b������s  t*-tte.vr.tl without delay, write at oncea to  "Nurn*;Jan-O-Sun.JRe'd., Apartment X-  ~m0 Cxalg St. V/��������� Montrea!," eltnply  tivlng your nam-j and addr������*ns. an<1 the  rent will bft attended to promptly no  ���������hat yoti can try !���������, iwvm day������.  able chord that kept the shadowed  world of wood and water and fathomless mysteries on its course.  He raised his arms and his hands  grasped the low-hanging branch of a  tree. Its cool, rough bark felt good  to them. There was a fever in his  blood, a wild, -lawless surging in his  breast. Something, a subtle perfume,  indefinable as the rosy l'ning of a  dream, overpowered the scents of leaf  and blossom, and crept deep into his  innermost soul. Then- it passed, and  he stood before her with ...white, set  face.  She came over to him, a smile on  her lips. Her eye3 were dark with  wistfulncss. She stood, on tiptoe and  put her warm arms about his neck;  she drew his face down and held it  close against her own. "My man,"  she whispered, "my strong man."  He drew her to him then crushed  her close, knowing that he hurt her,  expecting that she would cry out; but  she was silent.  Suddenly, he found himself holding  her at arm's length, talking to her in  a rambling fashion, tolling her what  she must do. She was not to say or  do such things again. She was not  to remember anything that had happened���������Sh-- was not to see him alone  again. This���������this thing that had  happened was but a dream���������a dream  ���������she was to remember it as only a  dream.  And then he pushed her roughly  from him. She stumbled and almost  fell, but in the face turned to his, as  she stood swaying uncertainly for thc  moment, there rested a light such as  never had drifted down from tinted  skies or swept the twilight waters of  the shagland.  "You," she said���������and stopped with  a little catch in her breath���������and then,  defiantly���������"you are my man, Dorkin,;  my b-antiful man! If she���������if any  woman tries to steal you from me���������"  She lifted her arms .high, and thc  glint of her deep eye*s "recalled to his  mind the sombre fire hc had seen  flash in those of, the lynx. Once  again he felt that subtle, overpowering force of thc elemental grip and  stifle him. Hc turned abruptly and  stumb'ed through the thicket of  maples, La his cars thc music of.her  soft laughter. For an hour he wandered along thc shadowed trail,- unseeing, thinking, thinking, asking  himb lf ovcr and over again this  question, 'Why���������oh, why "  At last he sank wearily down on  the fdge of a little lake, locked in'  the green arm of dwarfed tamaracks,  and above which hung thc weaving  mist-? lined with tlio mauve lights of  morning- In its placid depths were  mirrored tiny flecks of summer ch-ud  nnd over ail hung the breath of wool  inel flowM-, Beautiful, sub'irnc, tin-  ��������� rouble d, it snuggled there, Ik,' a  ,-vhite pearl on the throat of Nature,  ���������re-m-'d hy God for n purpose, just  as he and all his forest kindred hael  been created for a purpose. Looking  up--m it, he asked again, "Why, oh,  why?"  And then he had his answer,      All  about hirn life awoke and the answer  wa.s  trilled  to  him  frojn    throat    of  flashing    song-bird    ~m<\     twittering  grous",      Just across thc    lake,    tlie  hushes parted, and a yoting doe -step-  , pod  from the shadows  to touch  the  i water with velvety lips,      A moment  ! later a young buck deer join'-d h-ar. As  | he  watched  them,   the  buck   reached  forward and  touched his mate's long  i t.'ir**" with his nr.se,      A gaudily rlrcss-  ' ed 'ittlc wood-drake flashed above the  , water to alight in a dead trrr, hanging close to the surface,'of thr lake.  Dorkin's   jyaze   followed  him.       fn   n  hollow of the tree his eyes discerned,  through    the    partial   gloom, a Httlc  brown *<-,rnethin#, whieh, a������ hr watched, grew into animation,      It wris the  wood-drake's  small   mate,      Sine  had  v,,i,n(i((i the blue-white eggs of thHr  nest while her brilliant inate hnd fed.  Now she, wirh a little quark of w������*]-  rorne, fluttered from the riejit and Sped  hitfh and outward to tin** rlUrnnt feeel-  U-4f-Kre,iH.d.      Thi* fifth.- dr.ek**" *."tf)ed  down  on  ih������ nest. Ir   was matc  and mate,-the old law of the wooded  universe.  -Close beside him a ^air o������ muskrats  swam from the reed-studded shallows  out into the open water. He knew  that somewhere back in the rushes  stood their dome-like house of grass  and twig; no doubt their five blind  babies were sleeping in onc of the  little compartments of that home.  No need to ask himself the question, "Why, oh, why?" He passed  back along the trail. Slowly he walked, pondering deeply, striving blindly  for some solution���������there was but one.  She must go away. "Great God!" he  said aloud, "she, is but a child." And  then as quickly came another thought.  He stopped in his tracks, the '* blood  burning his cheeks with the shame of  self-contempt. What had he become  for the fraction of a minute, what had  he become?  His head swam and his nerves cried  aloud for something���������what?  Mechanically his right hand swept  to his jacket pocket, and with the action, realization came to him.  For an instant the o'd hellish craving for false courage and relief all but  overpowered him���������he wanted the  needle���������God, how he longed for the  drug that had murdered his first hopes  in life!  He leaned against a tree, and stood  trembling, with  closed eves, fighting.  The something brushed against  him, and a soft, pujring sound  brought  him back from  the  edge  of  By Gertrude Beresford.  This handsome evening gown is  originated in "ia metallic cloth that  abounds in threads of silver and copper. The basque-like corsage shows  a heart-shaped decolietagc���������a line  that., is highly favored at ^;his time.  The shoulder straps and little bands  that top the bodice are thickly studded with rhinestones. Thc skirt  slightly echoes the harem mode, for  its generous folds arc restrained by  three roses. These are modelled  from silver cloth, - delicately^ tinted  with shades of rose. From beneath  the side draperies that are'disposed  in cascade style, black velvet ribbons hang pendant.  --What j'PnwBnra*  Tilleonburg, Ont.:���������"I found Dr. Pieroo'fl  Favorite Prescription vaiy beneficial during  cxjKMJtansy. 1 felt  ���������grate poorly,, was  nauseated aud sick,  eould not eat anything and ; I wae  ���������Htremely nervous  ard -weak. I took  'Fayorite Psescrip-  taOQ      BSixt    &t   SOOii  stopped tbe nausea,  my appetite return-  is d , also my  strength and.I vr~m  scon feeling Soe  and strong. My  baby was strong  and healthy and  has always been so. I consider 'Favorite  Prescription' a great help to the expectant  mother and am glad to recommend it-"-���������  MRS. AMOS MILLS, Box 238.  A HAMILTON WITNESS  Hamilton, Ont.:���������"A few months ago  I was stricken down and was confined to bed  about ten days. My strength .all left me. It  was my first illness sinco a child. I lost five  pounds and felt awfully weak afterward. I  ' could hardly do my work.. 2 was advised to  try Dr. Fiercs's Favorit-a Prescription in  tablet form.   I tried a couple of bottles and  .mm-, nvu ������*,ljv������ 0������M\*ug exiles  N bad gained ~~'/~ pounds. I can recommend  Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription to build  ono    up."���������MRS.    E.    MARTIN,    397  * E)������ndurj> St, --  After suffering pain, feeling nervous,  dizzy, weak, and dragg-ed down by weaknesses of her sex-���������with eyes sunken, black  circle g and pale cheel-a���������such a woman is  quickly restored to health by the lCnvorita  Prescription of Dr. Pierce. Changed, too,  in looks, for after taking Dr. Pietee's Favorite Prescription tho skin becomes clear, the  eyes brighter, - the cheeks plump. It is  purely vegetable, contains no alcohol.  Gold   is   yellow   only   by reflected  light.     If a leaf of gold, as ordinarily  Fewer Irishmen Leaving Country. .  The emigration from Ireland during thc first ten months of this year  was about half what it was for the  average of the corresponding ten  monthsyof the five years preceding the  war. There were altogether 12 752  emigrants, of whom 7,808 were women. There were 4.368 emigrants  from Ulster; 78 per cent, of the emigrants went to the United States.  More, than eighty native woods  have been tested for thc manufacture of lead pencils in India.  the  vortex.       He   sank   to  his knees | us-.*d   by   gilders,  be   placed   between w������"y<:.yj!'^  and drew the fierce-eyed lynx to his  breast, and held her there. She licked his face���������damp now with the tears  of self-pity and reproach���������with her  rough tongue. She laid her round  head on his should-r, purring hoarsely her love for him.  He was, perhaps, thc one elemental  being who was capable of drawing  affection from her hot heart. From  a kitten hc had shielded and protected  her, had romped with her, ,fed her,  housed her. Her wild heart reached  for him. She loved him. If she  ever killecl him, it would be for love  of him.  And so he* he}~ her .until, gradually, the crying craving passed and  the bird's song swam above the torturing voices of the fiends, and in his  heart came once again the old-time  strength. But hc was wak fr<pm  the: battle, and when hc arose, it was  with lagging steps that he passed  along the scented trail. Close beside-  him,, her head in his hand, stalled the  fierce-eyed animal that had sought  him to lead him back.  (To  be  continued)  two pieces of glass, and held-up.to  the light, it will be seen to transmit  green light.  Some   women -can   sing "a baby to  two minutes  band awake all night  You are not  ex periment-  t n 6   w li e n  you   u-e  Pr.  Chas-ft's Ointment for Eczema and   Sktu   Irritations.   It relieves at once and gradually heals the skin.    Sample t-ox Dr.  ,        . . ,  .  ���������       , Chase's Ointment free if you mention this  sleep m two minutes and talk a hus-��������� paper and send 2o. sump for postage,   -sue. a  box: all dealers or Bdznaw-on, Bates & Co.,  Limited, Toronto.  Open New Highway  Just Imagine  h yc  One Thousand Acres ol ripe, luscioun fruit, in the pink oJ condition, picking only  the choicest, using nothine with it but pure cane sugar, and if, ia adtJiuou, you  had the most tcicntific machinery to turn it out���������Don't you think rour lam would  b������ just  about  perfect?    Ihir   la   lust  how  E.  D.   SMITH  &  SONS, Limited  MAKF.  THEIR   JAWS   AND   JELLIES  The*   were   the   first   to   make   Pure   Jams   tr*  Canada,   and   are   still   leading  ta popularity      Try   ���������  tin  of  their  new  leasons  ������trawberry,     It   is   delicious.  A sic   your  frrocer   for   E.   D.   Smith's   Jams  with   the   Hippie   Leaf   label  j E. D. femith & Sons, Limited    '"������iSoSX! m*TAsio,w*  Western   Distributors  Wet bod A Truesdalo. Wirnipeg, Regina and Saskatoon, Sask.    Donald II. Pair Co,,  } Calgarv and  Edmonton,  Alta.  1.  ::  m-mmmum  Castle Laggan Road is Completed in  Rockies, Says Ottawa.  Thc Dominion E'arks Branh of the  Department of the Interior, officially ���������  announced t'hat thc "Castle Laggan"  highway lias be en completed and will  now bc thrown open to thc public.  Thc now highway makes the Lake  Louise region .accessible to motorists  of the prairie provinces ancl thc  United States.  Alligators grow very slowly. -A  twelve-footer may bc reasonably  supposed to be about 75 ycars old.  ������������^K.  pm0\tfm'  K'I''D:*':N;'E"Y"  \NSSr.  Counter Check Books  Provide the only means by which yon cm keep an absolute accurate chee-U on youi  ���������iiie-,. The new luxury tax and Bales ma maKea it necessary to keep much a rece-rd  V\ e make ������.ilit books suitable for any lint of business, cwith cither duplicate or triplicate copies.  r~  TRIPLICATE BOOKS  Ther* la a hea-ry demand just now for triplicate books. Wet mik* m grta.  variety of triplicate book-a, both in separate carbon leaf and bla*-'< back style.  Write us lor sample and prices before placing your next order, or ask any ol  Mr agentu to aire you this information,  Vegetable  Parchment  Butter  Wrappers  We are in the best position ot any firm in Canada to fill youi order promptly  lor parchment butter wrappers, either printed or piaeii, We are ta. ge importer*, ol  this brand of pitpei*. and have special facilities for printing wrappers in aithei ������no  or two colors of ink.  ,*  WAXED  PAPERS  tf. also maanlact-ura a compu-tc line oi waxed bread and >u������at wrappers, plan.  or printed, waxed paper rolls (or home use. and waxed papers tot all purposes  Our equipment is the most modern and complete to be tound in Can d.e Um  goods are hritt class and our servae is prompt. Let ������a -piove this to ������ou o������ youi  next order lor Counter Check Hooks, Parchment Paper, ~������ Waxed Psper.    .  For quotations apply to publisher ol this paper.  Appleford Counter Check Book Co., Ld.  HAMILTON ONTV-BRANCH OPFICKI AT  TORONTO. MONTROAL. WIMNIP0O AND VAMCOlfVMfe  I  W.    N.    U.    1.150  ..rx im���������mmm Wee  ~mtmtm   - -*������������������' "���������"���������"* ���������-****������������������* llSpil"- ���������>^----������������������������������������-.���������������������������  X  TH. ���������,  X   lit.  Lace Tree*  lace-bark tree provides the  women of Jamaica with reaqy-ins.de  lace, from which caps, bonnets,-.and  nets are made. The inner bark of  the tree is soaked in water and divided into separate layers. Each layer  is stretched and spread in th^e sunshine. Thc application of water  bleaches thc lace. A tree that  flourishes in the South  produces fruit which, asc a food; re-,  sembles very closely a newly-baked  loaf. On account of this it is known  as the bread tree. ������.  "     TAKE NOTICE    -  Wc publish simple straight^ tcsti-  ruonials from well known people, not  press agents" interviews.   :���������'-...  From all over America they testify  to thc merits of   MINARD'S   LINIMENT,    the    best    of    Household  Remedies. ,  MINARD'S LINIMENT CO., LTD.,  Yarmouth, N S..  -    Branch Factory, St. John's, Nfld.  The technological institute at  Tomsk is the only higher institution  of learning in. all Siberia. >   .*  Hard and soft corns both yield to  Holloway's Corn Remover, which iQ  entirely safe to use, and certain and  satisfactory in its action.  Many a man is compelled to take  married life according to directions.  Proper    : Jt? odd  ror ine unna  BY LORETTO G. LYNCH  An   Acknowledged   Expert   in  All  Mattejs  Pertaining  t������  Household Management.  One of the largest cities in the  United States asked .me to lend my  assistance in combatting the appalling  amount of malnutrition which the Department of Health doctors found  among its children. And, strange.to  say, the malnutrition was by no means  limited to the children of poor folk.  Some of the children came of well-to-  do families. In only a small minority of cases was lack of money the  cause.    . Then what is the matter?  t invited the mothers of one hundred of these children to a little informal gathering. At first they let  me do most of the talking/let me tell  them that a diet of white bread, potatoes and meat and practically nothing  else might cause malnutrition. They  allowed me to become so enthusiastic  that I finally gave out printed slips on  j the suggested diet to combat malnutrition.  The best food workers believe^ that  a diet of milk���������lots of it���������cereals and  ceral foods, fruits and vegetables, fats  and foods from the egg-fish, meat-nut  group and a, very little sugar at the  Sea Islands > cn(* ������* a inca*' other conditions being  favorable, is the ideal diet for the  proper growth and development of a  child.  Up to this point the women had  been shy. But now a courageous  soul broke silence.  " It is all very well to say the  children should eat this and that  and that," she said, pointing to the  slip with her toil-worn finger, "but  my boy���������tlie one the doctor says is  undernourished, - won't eat- cereal  and he won't drink milk and he  don't like eggs and hates vegetables  and I have to beg with him to cat an  egg. And when he won't eat these  things what can I do?"  Suppose your child will not take  milk. Perhaps if you make it into cocoa  he wiU take it,,1 Or, perhaps.* he will  take it if it is made into a chocolate  pudding or a custard pudding. Vou  might put a pinch of baking soda into  the tomato*soup and then combine it  with equal parts of milk and serve it  as cream of tomato soup.  If you look through a cook-book  you Will find scores of* dishes calling   for   milk.     While   pies are notj  ���������the one adopted generally in Canadian  homes, is the policy of keeping Zam-Buk  always handy. Zam-Buk ensures quick  cleaa healing its quts, burns, scalds, cold-  sores, and all injuries and skin troubles.  It promptly ends pain, irritation and ia-  aammation;itpurifiesthetis3ues;prevents  blood-poison and ulceration. Its ever-  ready herbal character and powerful  antiseptic properties make Zam-Buk the  safest and best healer ever discovered.  Miss Belle Grant, Brazil Lake. N.5.,  says :���������" Cold got into my burnt hand,  and I began to fear blood-poison. 1  hadn't used Zam-Buk long before it txiok  out all pain, soreness and inflammation."  Mr. Jonathan Beatoji. of Delia.  Alta., writes:-���������" With the threshing  outfit last fall, many little accident happened, cuts, bruises, frost bites, etc., for  which we found nothing so good as  Zam-Buk.. There's nothing like it!"  Chilblains, cold-sores, winter eczerm. ulcers,  piles, abscesses, and skin sores and injuries  generally/are safest treated with Zam-Buk. Of  druggists and stores SOcaboi; 3 for $1.-25.  A tc*. stamp "brings Free Trial Sample frejta  Zam-Buk Co., Dupoac Street. Toronto.  World Happenings  Brief I v Told  Wells of Abraham  Modern Pumping Machinery Now  Used in Well Dug by Abraham.  Abraham's wells are now equipped  with modern pumping machinery and  are supplying water to the town.  . According to ancient tradition,  there were seven wells at Beersheba,  but at present only three arc known,  which from time immemorial have  been used by the Bedouins to water  their flocks. The original "Well of  the Oath" was dug by Abraham, as  described in the Book of Genesis.  Thirty-seven were killed and about  200 wounded in. the fighting to capture Fiurne.  The Bolshcviki. have shot 13,000  persons in the Crimea, according to  the latest reports from Russia.  Thirty-three autograph letters,  addressed tb Gen. Monkton by Gen.  Wolfe, will be sold by auction in  London, in February.  A month's experiment with an  aerial mail service between Camp  Borden and Toronto has been begun  by Lt. A. E. McLorie for the postmaster-general.  /Two hundred and fourteen persons,  lost    their    lives    when, the Spanish *  steamer Santa rsabei    was    wrecked  near   Villa   Garcia   recently.     Fifty-  six persons were saved.  H. Milton Ma'rtin, Belgian consular  agent forNorthern Alberta, has been  appointed Belgian consul for the  provinces. His former territory consisted of Northern Alberta only.  British Columbia lumber exports  by'"water for 1920 are estimated at  over 120.000,000 feet. Shipments were  made to Australia, the Orient, India,  United Kingdom and South America.  Customs receipts at Edmonton  were higher for the calendar year just  ended than in any 3*ear since the beginning of the war. They totalled  $1,712,704 as against $1,181,937 for  1919.  The military raided the convent of  Carmelite Nuns at Ranelagh, a suburb' of Dublin. They forced the  do<>rs and made an exhaustive investigation into all the rooms in their  search  for letters and documents.  It takes a joint of beef ta make  a Bottle of Bovril.  :_-"    *���������  Never  ProKte-ered  Has not changed sine������ 15140  Same Price Saute Quality  Same Quantity.  " 'Ike. Af FABLE  STRANGER"  By  Peter McArtkur  .: Author of  "The Red Cow," "In  Pastures  Green," Etc  Meet Him At All Book Stores  THOS.  "Publishers  ALLEN.   TORONO.  End Your  T A     _.  To-Day  MONEY ORDERS  Send   a   Dominion   Express   Money   Order.  They   are  payable  everywhere.  AGENTS WANTED: BLISS NATIVE  HERBS is a remedy for the relief of Constipation, Indigestion, Biliousness, Rheumatism,   Kidney   Troubles.        It   is   well-known.  tion of lai-ge quantities of Almanacs, Cook  Books, Health Books, etc., which aire furnish-  cd to agents free of charge. Tlie remedifes  are sold at a price that allows agents to  double their money. Write Alonzo O. Bliss  Medical Co.. 124 St. Paul Street East, Morl-  rea!, Canada.      Mention this paper.  Catarrh sufferers, meaning those  with colds, sore .throat, bronchial  trouble, etc., can all be relieved right  at home by inhaling ���������"Catarrhozone.''  In   using   Catarrhozone   you   don't  take medicine into the stomach���������you  just breathe a healing    piney    vapor  ^aiw'sugg^cd fo^ildr^ve;:   direct to thej������n������ ������4 air passages  I C^SfcltllOt  60  thcless In cocoanut custard pie there  is so little crust and so much milk  and egg, that wc might occasionally  put it into an older child's diet.  /    Bar Movies of Criminals.  Motion pictures portraying criminals at work have been barred in Chicago. Chief of Police Fitzmorris  announced that three weeks ago he  had issued orders to movie censors  not to issue permits for any photoplay  that showed a crime committed, even  though the end of thc picture might  show lhc criminal in a prison cell.  *.  CIILIOUS    headache     ppoila  many an  expected  enjoy-  ment.  When tho condition of the  liver, ia neglected, biliousness  seems to become chronic and  recurs every two or three*  jnrcelcs, with severe sick headaches.  Why not get *1 jpht after thli  trdubla and end lt by ualnir Dr.  Cti&8ft'������ X������dn������y-Llver ViWn to restor-i  tttii JMfcUlt'ataa activity ofi tha liver.  Oonntlpatlon,    tndl&ostlon,   baclc������  ,m~\-~* hoadache, biliousness and Uld*  ney   derane-omonts   noon   disappear  With th*  um  of  thU woll-itnowtt  modtoln**  One pill ��������� torn, ~~ An. a 1h������y, all dealer*  tm Kamtuuon, Bat������f S$ Co., E-td., ToroBta.  Kuineij-LiveRPiil^  $100 Reward, $100  Catarrh is a local disease greatly influenced by constitutional conditions. It there-  fores requires constitutional treatment.  HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is taken  internally and acts through the Blood on the  Surface**  of the System.      HALL'S  The purest balsams and the greatest antiseptics are thus sent to every  spot where catarrhal trouble exists-���������  germs are killed, foul secretions are  destroyed, nature is given a chance  and relief comes quickly.  Colds and throat troubles can't last  if the pure healing vapor of Catarrhozone is breathed���������sneezing and  coughing cease at once, because irritation is removed.  Use Catarrhozone to prevent-*���������use  it to relieve your winter ills���������it's  pleasant, safe and guaranteed in every  case. **  Civil servants in the employ of the  Ontario   Government   are   dissatisfied    having  been' extensively   advertised,   since   it  because of  a  recent regulation  pro-   ~~* ^^^^iL^iL.!^:*5^  hibiting them from accepting outside  employment.     They will ask the government to receive   a   deputation   to  discuss the matter.  A scheme for a teachers' pension  fund bas been approved by- the Central School Commissioners, Montreal.  Teachers will pay one per cent, on  salary monthly and the school commission will pay in a like amount to  the fund.  During the last year 141 earthquakes have been recorded upon the  delicate seismographs installed in the  Gonzales observatory at Victoria,  B.C. This is the greatest annual  number recorded since 1899 "when  the first seismograph was set up.  Laura Abbott, aged four years, of  the Ingebrigbt district, Swift Current,  died at the General Hospital, Swift  Current, from burns received when  she poured gasoline over a bonfire.  The children were alone in the house  at the time the little girl used thc  gasoline.     ' .  a������%  Weeks1*  }-^ftpv]itfTTi>.A.rnT'Ti  'A B LETS try them  PRICE 25*  G&&*s ���������ottS9 Root Compound  A xn/e, reliable reputating  ir-tdicxnc-   Bold, in tfcree d**������  free* of strength���������No. 1. Sit  To. 2. $3; No. 8. ?5 per. boa.  Bold by all druptnsU, or mi-ts.  Brepmld on re-ceipt of pries*  T-~- pamphlet. Addreaai  THC COOK MEDICINE CO4  MBOHTO. QUI. -iftrmriy WUfctr.)  Ontario's Population  Statistics Show That Population Now  Nears Three Millions.  Statistics for the province of Ontario estimate the population for 1919  as 2^37,425, an increase of 1.4 per  cent, ovcr that for the preceding year,  Mucous  Surface**  of the System.  CATARRH   MEDICINE destroys  the fqun-1 The citie   *jiavc 39 pcr cent    tllc towns  dation   of   the  disease,    gives     tha     patient  strentjfth by improving the -general health nnd  assists nature in doinjr its work.     $100,00 for  any case of Cntarrh that HALL'S CATARRH  MEDICINE fails to cure.  DruKK������sts 75c.     Testimonials free.   "  F. J.  Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.  Minard's   Liniment  Cows.  For   Garget   in  It's no trouble for a man to brag of  his good judgment when he makes a  good guess.  'i-flK*/-  Anu-mcali Ptonetr  Dos Remedies  BOOK ON  DOO    DISEASES  and  How to Peed  Mailed    Free    to    tay  Address   by  the  Author  K.   CLAY   OT.OVKR  CO.,   INC.  Ut    West    Slst-street.  Ht-rn   York,  U.S.A  Red Cross Society Remits 10,000.  Thc Saskatchewan division of the  Red Cross has remitted $10,000 to  Toronto as the first instalment in  connection with the British Empire  War Relief Campaign for the relief  of destitute children and families in,  Central Europe.  5.2 per cent., and the rural municipalities 55.7 per cent, of the population,  The Ontario^ births showed a decrease of 1,955, even though numbering 62,774. There were nearly 6,000  more female than male births.  The number of deaths'registered  in 1919 was 34,010 which is 9,028  fewer than thc preceding year. The  ratio per 1,000 population has fallen  from 15.3 in 1918 to 11.9 in 1919 for  Ontario.  W.   N.   V.   1350  Recommended By Their Record.���������  The very best advertising which Is  done for Parmeiee's Vegetable Pills  Is that done voluntarily by those who  have experienced the benefits of their  use. Throughout Canada, many  thousands of people recommend Parmeiee's Vegetable Pills to their  friends as one of the most reliable  of all medicines for correcting- disorders of the stomach, liver and bowels.  To this fact is very largely attributed  thc enormous sale they enjoy everywhere. ���������  The land crab of /Cuba has more  speed than the* horse.  1  WELL SATISFIED WITH  BABY'SjWN TABLETS  Mrs. Emile Malette, Montpclier,  Que., writes:���������"I have used Baby's  Own Tablets for some time and am  well satisfied with them. They are  surely the best medicine* I know of  for little ones." -What Mrs. Malette  says thousands of, other mothers pay.  Once they havc used the Tablets for  their children they would use nothing  else. The Tablets arc a mild but  thorough laxative; are absolutely free  from opiates, narcotics or other harmful drugs and may be given to the  youngest baby with perfect safety and  good results. Thcjk arc soldv by  medicine dealers or by mai' at 25  cents a box from The Dr. Williams  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Says Conditions Will Improve,  In a message to the Vancouver  World, J. S. McKlnnon, Toronto, of  the Canadian Manufacturers' Association, said that If Canadians stand  shoulder to shoulder as they did  in the war, and maintain an optimistic outlook, present trade conditions will materially Improve during  the next few months.  Keep.ng Road Open.  The Hamilton-Toronto highway  commission, which controls thc beautiful stretch of road, one of Ontario's  finest driveways, has tried out motor  snow-plows to clear the roads. A  moderate sized plow is attached to  the front of a powerful truck with  good results. Motorists will use the  road all winter.  Asthma Is Torture. No one who  hasn't gasped for breath in the p-^wcr  of asthma know- what such suffering  is. Many do know, however, from  experience how immeasurable is the  relief provided by that preparation,  Dr. J. D. Kcllogg's Asthma Remedy,  For years it has bcen relieving the  most severe cases. If you are a sufferer do not delay a day in securing  this remedy from your druggist.  Nearly fifty kinds of wine "were  known to the ancient Romans, including several varieties used for  medicinal purposes.  SMuard'a Liniment For Dip&theritt,  There are ovcr a hundred varieties  of holly.  ff!r-ll,i*igg.'J!liii:'.l!r,'','',l.'i:,,'Ji ?, izl\ ,���������i.j^'.rij*"1;; ',' L'.raji  V4ti������MQraD0l|led Eyelid*  M OUm   E*f������������ InflMfW* by ������P<������:  .       ^ ,^"���������  (h,,,, t0 jjM# Dw*}and wind  Er> x-Awtm^tm quickly rtller������d by M-ariM  W^4\W ^^ jutt Eya Comfort. All  Vtar Draetbtt or by mail do %m Bottl*  ft ���������������������*���������! ~m~tr~ fret writ*     ���������       Mt  jfrfffifflti' 0-xfti m~-~mtJLff Cta-* CtiMMMb  U*#*% ���������***(���������-*���������*������������������-*���������#������ *������****^^ ti������  -I'HE 'CRBSTCK   BBTIBW  I?* ���������--?  Local and Personal  J. A. P. Crompton has yacancy for a  v few pupils in singing.  ,, For Sale���������Mediant  weight wagon,  cheap for quick sale, C. Olson, Creston.  WATCh Repairs���������Any work in  this line will be taken eare of by R,  Walmsley.      ���������  Wanted���������Clean cotten rags, no  small pieces, will pay 1\ cents a pound  ���������Sevan's garage.  Piano Fob Sale.���������Morris piano,  modern action, tine tone, $425.. Apply  J. A. P. Compton.  Por Sale���������Fairbanks-Morse gas  engine, in good running order. Enquire Review Office.  For Sale���������Set light driving bobsleighs in good shape. $25, Pochin,  (Canyon) Erickson P.O.  /Mrs, McAlpine got back on Friday  from a week's holiday with friends at  at Siiverton and Proctor,  Glen wood Dairy is prepared to supply milk at 13c. a quart, or 8 quart  ticket������ for $!.   F. K. Smith.  Mountain View  Ranols Dais?  will DELIVER MILK  daily in Greston on and  after January 6th.  PRICE i  7 Quarts for $1.  I solicit your patronage.  Barftsopeji for inspection any  day except Sunday.  WALTER V. JACKSON  Eggs took took the expected drop in  price at the end of the week, slumping from 85 to 75 cents a dozen.  Wanted���������Baker's help, one used to  cake, age abont 20, wages $22 week.  O.K. Bakery, Stanley St., Nelson.  T. M. Edmondson is expecting a car  of timothy and a car of alfalfa this  week.   Both cars haye been shipped.  The, collection at the Methodist  church on Sunday night on behalf of  the China Famine Fund amounted,to  $10.  For SALE���������Two Surrey sleighs, almost new, will "sell at half price, cau  be seen at McCreath's barn. Appfy  W. B, Muir or H, S. McCreath.  Frank Ebbutt left on Friday last  for Vancouver, B.O., where he is taking a course in the school of mining in  connection with the university.  Monday furnished the coldest snap  of-the winter so fay, the" government  thermometer showing Sye above se-**o  some time during the early hours of  the morning,  The school trustees of the Valley  are to meet here to morrow In a conference on the question of maint;<iu-  itg a public school health nurse in  Creston Valley.  Feed prices are on the drop these  days. The Union is selling oat straw  at $18.50 ������ ton, and the car of bunch  grass in early in the week was in great  demand at $31.  Mawson Bros,.are getting prices in  some lines back almost tc pre war  standing. For totmorrow's selling  only they are offering sugar at 10  cents a pound. *-���������--,,,  G. Hendren is at work fitting np  apartments adjoining his workshop on  Vancouver street, which will be  occupied by Miss - McLnhan, the district, health nurse;  Mra. Neil-son- of Pincher. Station,  Alta., has returned after a ten-day  visit with Mrs. M. Long, prior to the  latter's departure for Washington to  residee, *r4*rl-f iu-xi, month.  Maternity Hospital���������Mrs. E. W.  Payne, Overend Ranch, Cieston, is  prepared to accept maternity nursing  patients. Comfortable accommodation, personal   professional  attention.  District^health  nurse. Miss McLuh-  an &   report    handed   to   the..-. public  health ntu-se committee at their meeting last Thiu-.sday,' showed a total of  217 visits made during the month of  December, of- which 104 were musing  and 113 instructive.  Messrs. W. H. Watcher, J. H= Mil-  ier aad M, J. Boyd were duly installed  as elders at the Presbyterion church  seryice on Snnday evening. The  fourth member of the session is Dr.  Henderson.  The Women's Institute at their  meeting on Friday decided to appropriate, .all, the funds they have on  hand to help furnish rooms which will  be occupied, by Miss McLuhan, the  district's public health nurse.  Slabs are occupying some place in  the es port trade at this point at present. Bay Hughes, has, a contract  with a Crow point dealer for a considerable supply of this by-product of  Major Mallandaine's sawmill.  Excellent sleighing for all purposes  now prevails throughout the Valley.  Saturday ^afternoon's storm brought  along, about four inches of it and on  "Wednesday a further supply of at  least an equal amount came along. .  Fire Wood For Sale���������18inch  at $5 a load, with_ larger quantities at  lower prices. 4-foot wood at $4.50  per- full cord, with larger qualities at  lower prices. Order ahead, and leave  orders at the office of E. Mallandaine.  To-night's social fixture is the Rod  and Gun Club dance in Auditorium,  dancing to start at 9 prompt, and  muse by Creston orchestra. The admission is $1.50 per couple. This is a  good cause, and a big turnout is looked for.  For their meeting to-night the  Young People's Club will have a de-  bate'^on topic. Resolved, "That school  thachers render more benificjal service to the community than ministers."  The meeting is at the home of Mrs.  Speei-R at 8 prompt.  The annual meetng of Creston Local  of United Farmers of British Columbia is called for Tuesday evening next  in Speers' Hall, -at 8 o'clock prompt.  A full turnout of members is requested, and all , wishing to join will be  specially weic-ome..'  Wednesday'8r heavy snowfall has  put range feed on the flats out of the  question,, but the Union is ready to  supply amy arid every demand foi- bay.  Between, the su'ppiy on fyand and cars  on the way'.'-*Managm> I^������veday has  about seveh cui-s of hay available at  Creston and  Erickson.  Members" of the Creston Valjsy  Agricultural Associrtion are reminded  of the adjourned annual meeting,  which is called for Thursday afternoon, Tanuary 27th, at 2 oV!6ck4 in  Speers' Hall. The bit? item of business  is the election of officers.  At thc first annual meeting of Creston District Public 'Library Association on Monday night Jas, Adlard  was reappointed chairman of the  board, with Mrs, .1. W. Hamilton reelected secretary, as well as appointed  librarian. At present the Horary has  a membership of about.40,  K. S, Bevan was chosen as the 1921  president of Creston Board of Trade  at the annual meeting on Tuesday  night, and after four, years' apprenticeship as secretary ���������3, F; Hayes was  promoted to the vice-presidency, with  C.  G,  Bennett as setretary-treasurer.  Members and adherents of the  Church of England, especially lecent  arrivals in the Valley,- are reminded  of the get-acquainted social eyening  which Christ Church Ladies' Guild is  giving in the Parish Hall on Wednesday nighs next, and to which all are  invited.  A concert to raise revenue to help  finance the furnishlnbing of the  apartments of the health nurse will be  held in the Grand theatre on Tuesday  night, January -25th, under the direction of Mesdames Garland and Lister,  The admission Will be 75c. . Full par-  cuiars next week,  ������������������'���������  Business- at the. Creston station is  the quietest in almost half;a dozen  years, and as a result Agent Swanson  has the depot in-full eharge by himself, M. Olson, his assistant, having  been latd off at the end of fehe^week,  The opening of Ihe-Brickse^siation'  has diverted considerable frigigfefc&nd  passauger business to that-ppfrifcf ���������**  Nels. Larson, who drifted into tow ij  about a week ago was up before  Magistrate Crompton on Saturday oh.  a charge of having liquor illegally in  his possession-���������a matter of some thirr  teen eases���������and was lined $50 and  costs or 30 days.. He .took the latter,  and Provincial police Vaehon escorted  him to Nelson on Sunday to commence doing time. .  .-������������������ A recount of ballots in -the Kaslo  riding was made at Kaslo on Friday  last before Jadg^,.Foii^ 4^^^t-g^n>e  of which was a jutHciaj dggjsjpn ������bat  Col. liister wins'by'a-nialoi'ijty.of ,16.:  ���������jfllr;  Keen,  however,  lied, and is having another recount-  before a Supreme Court judge,  which will probably be made 'sometime before the end of the month.  While not quite in the same class as  other places in the way of police court  fines Oroston nevertheless helped  swell proyincial revenues during-1020  to the extent of $1376 in the matter of -  magistrate court fees, Game Act fees'  and licence's yielded another $815,  while local owners of autos and trucks  contributed a total of $1257, ' Accord  ing to official returns, too, trades  liennces were good for $540, and the  total of the 1920 amusement tax collected was $413. Operators of pooi  rooms in the territory covered bv  Provincial police Vaehon paid fees  amounting to $180.  The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid had  their annual meeting on Friday afternoon, at which the following officers  were��������� elected for the ensuing year:  Hon. president, Mrs, James; President, Mrs. J. W,;Dow. Vice-president.  Mrs. J: Paul. Organist,. Mrs.^;M. J.  Boyd. Treasurer, Mrs'. Henderson,  The appointment of a secretary was  left over to the February meeting,  During the year the Indies raised a  matter of about $800, and of this nearly $5*00 was spent on iiispi-ovemen'ts to  the manse. This year's objective is  sufficient to wipe off the balance of  the debt on the manse property.  The  G RAN D  WEDNESDAY. JAN. 19  WILLIAM FARNUM  -.       ���������--  f  ���������^ ���������    ' m  ������������������'  "Les Miserahles"  Mutt & Jeff  F&x Ntswa  No eadvance in pri<  majority  is not yet, satis  SATURDAY* JAW 22  >'"R'l������Q.ir������rf������������',l;l  ; i ������������������..��������� ���������*rma*?xrs*0 4X4X  IB  v--^ngtc-2  Day She  . n- <:*,*.  We are determined to make to-morrow (Saturday) the very best day of our Stock-Taking Sale, and  if below-cost prices on "needed" goods will bring out buyers this store should be packed  with customers from opening till closing time.  N '   '    ��������� ���������  We  have   had   splendid   business  all week, but bigger crowds than  ever will  be out to-morrow.     These Extra  Specials for Saturday only will bring back all former buyers, and many new ones, so shop early:���������for  your own benefit.     The Super-Special attractions for closing day are as follows :  at 10c POUND  10 POUNDS TO A CUSTOMER who purchases $oworth of otheri  merchandise (except tobacco, butter, eggs, flour).    We save you  at least 7 cents a pound on your sugar .alone���������to say nothing of  the other savings you effect by the $5 buying of other srtle lineC  Corn Flakes 8 fOf $1       Tomato Soup  At 15o, a package   th������\sie would   \m  splendid   buying.     For    to-morrow only   you   can   save  20 per  cent, even oh   thi ft   price,   as we  offer th-wm at H p-irtkagoci for $1  All Flannelettes 35c. yd.  There are only 500 yards of it, priced regularly at from 50c to 65c,  yard, and while it lasts it is yours at 35c.    It comes in Whit������  Grey and Striped, and from 27 to 36 iiich widths.    At this price  the thrifty housewife will buy for present and future needs.  $1.50 Towels 95c.  Alwny������ uccpptahle,   ancl doubly ao 80 pairs oyly in cream and grey, in  the������������ winter dayn. Easily and  quickly prfpared. VV������ offer you  Clark'������, r������>g, 20f:. tin, at 2 tins for'  while* thcy last.  2.V  the 43 inch length and full width.  Jiitit right us .to weight and they  curtain ly cannot be heat aB to  drying and wearing qualities.  Soda Biscuits  The  well*known Bainaay Sodas^*-  in either package  pr bulk���������ate a  big cut.    Package   Soda's,   reg  40��������� going at 25b.    Bulk Sodas.  rog. 25o. lb., going at 19c. lb.  Sardines at 1 Oc. Tin  No bettor  Sardine   offered  today  than  tho   Brunswiok.   A  fresh  supply  of them just to   hand.  These sell regularly at. 2 tins for  25o.    Saturday only at lOo tin,  Do not expect a sudden drop in prices.      They went up step by step, and will not come down the,bannister,  MAWSON BROTHERS

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