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Creston Review Feb 11, 1921

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 rffyp*'- "-0,1/.P  r rf   ,1 -v ,  t-'mj. ���������  ���������panHpvwpqMqnpHMV  '."f*-V;  jg*������W������  -J*  a������-x  Trw-iasg  _   . >'-;*r1!/l������r'.-*Psc���������-*���������-������������v  s&O  r*i-1~~**m-*������m~  ~-h  Voit. XIII.  CRESTON, B.C., #ItI$AY, FEBRUARY 11, 1921  No. 2  ������ N-&W Films  Commencing with this week's show  Manager'Rodgers will have an entirely new line of films andjmovie stars to  offer at his mid week shows in future.  Last we-eksaw the showing w the Fox  productions,, .and otr Tuesday-, night  wasjipauguratedthe Bathe, fiiiii ser-  iee^-the* feature ''Sherry," making a  decided hit. -.  For Wednesday, Feb. 16th, Grand  patrons will h$,ve their first Opportunity to see "JiggS and Maggie," the two  well-known newspaper comic characters in. actios' on the screes, when  4'Jiggs and- Social ~Iao������s" will be the  two-reel erooiedy featui-e, and along  with which will be seen Frank Keeo-  an in "Brothers Divided." There will  also be the always welcome "Topics of  the'Day."  The following Wednesday Blanche  8weet will be presented in "Simple"  Souls," with the Snub Pollard comedy, "All In a Day," These are l>ut  -samples of the strong bills ihat have  been 'secured for' the middle week-  night patrons of the Grand, Manager  Rodgers is particularly pleased with  the Patbe booking ~*8s it gives him  Harold Lloyd* the highest paid screen  comedian, in a two-reelerevery second  week, and such stars as 'William Desmond, who was seen here lately in "A  Broadvsfay Cowboy," ������L B. tVaruer,  Johnny- Bay, the "Jiggs," comedy  star; Blacktosn Prodtietfojas.' Blanche  Sweet, Frank liernan, Harold   Lloyd,  was serveu  m-i.  more  .. ..A   ..   Xxrv*.���������  0*i~\isVS.  In addition to the superior productions Patbe service will afford it is  felt,the change will - be additionally  welcome in that theatre , goers will  have an entire change both of stars  ���������And their supporting companies. For  all standard ?������������h$ fciUa^s*  vyili he  mi i -S   -^- -**"*��������� *-"������      -tx-y w>v J.? . s. A  *i*c4. _ *    ' i^/rfUr      '_i   L.W. t -x. m  *??. 0-  iJffr-mmm-ilp.  by concert party orchestra, admission  75c^per couple. Ladies are asked to  bring lunch. Come early to the *c<?n-  cex-t so as to be sure of  getting a seat,  A large turnout of friends were  present at the*kitchen showe-jrin honor of Mr. and Mrs, Charles Hibdley*  at the Andestad home on Tuesday  night. The nappy pair   were  the  re-  _i_i x x~r'        ji       ; i     ..������������������*.������������  VipiCUUl VI      UttXUjf      H,I(U     J^nil-CU     uoriui  kitchen^ articles. The evening wa<������  spent in dancing, music and games,  and a very dainty s;spp������  about midnight. After which  dancing and games were indulged in  The party broke up in the wed grna  oors,  Tbe Co-Operative Fruit Growers  started work on Tuesday putting up  their summer's supply of ice, and intend- harvesting over 100 tons of it.  Pat Dow of Creston   paid   a   flying  ���������S-,:x    E _..*   ���������.���������.   CS.x~.L9.t-0.   .ttt-r.mm.rtr.0. *r.r-*l-_  wiSic mc-jtrc- vjtt ������'inuaj <x.vv-xxitjtj,n,    n������Oi*������-  ing up old friends.  Wa8hnm ~~ Stokes are here now and  are putting a crew at work filling a  large contracts for ties. They have a  considerable area timber on the side  of Duck mountain.  J. J. Grady, who has been staving  at Crest*������n of late, made a flying visit  to his home on Monday, returning the  following day.     '*  The school board is busy erei-ting a  house on the school block for the accommodation of the teachers, there  being now so many pnpils.that the  living rooms at the lear of the school  are now needed for classroom purposes.  M. Wigen started his logging oper-  ationa at Cottonwood camp on the  slough on Monflay, with a crew of  four nien and a team.  The C.P.R. section crew started  blushing out operetions on the right  Of-way &t the depot here on   Monday,  L^ZZJ. ^ZyZ&llj^Zjt^m-^-??^^ _^2K^**,  h a-iisnr  ~  Trliiiiiifcir f������p 24tfe  TVm  . Judging _ by the. interest already  shown in tbe wresting and boxing  tourjnametft the ������raJid Theatre will  be none too large -l-fco accomodate the  that are iouj|iug ftgfward, to Thursday,  have been rehearsing for' the pn%t  couple of weeks* will likely be presented at the schoolhouse some night toward the end of the month-. ~  Col. and Mrs. Lister left on Thursday en route for Victoria���������with a stop  at Creston for an at home the Conservatives of Creston gave that night,  following a meeting of the association.  Mt>   nnel   Mi-c    T iatan uuSll  nina*>  ISb-  -t. *U-  a  m~~s^t-mr������T-~~.  mt   m Xm-mfmrn tt- mm������mtr.  m-xr.      xr .mm  xi...��������� m  m. 0 xr   0xr ���������-���������..-���������ml   mx^m   ��������� xm. xm, xr.r    rx ��������� x. ��������� 0���������. . ������������������j .  February 2ij$i, as^he one big night of  away at least two months.  m.~-vmm-~0,   ts mxmx  ihe season. ^Iverj^one connected with  the event,, including the manager, the  .committees jo charge, and the contest-  ante, are wqrking'feours  each   day to  ..������*  mn 4%  otin-n-tiiiao  Those hand=  lirg the tourtfamebi thoroughly understand making jail  ai-rangements in  -**>���������������** *������������-rt*������<���������*,*���������*���������-������        ������*^5#Hr������"* yw^M(ti������in't>f trttrm        ���������������        *W\wt^~tw  t-,-\*-B----*������\Vm--mJ4 ^r*W������������*^    *^*U������������J������L������\������V'LHl#*g *-m> f*Mi\j'  grame of this klu<|;   and the   publie is  assured of action~from jche rise   of the  cnrtaini.   Something   Hoing  all    the  time is 1 he gudrgt&ee  that goes   with  e'veiv ticket.        'ZZ  -I      ' ������������������'.  Joe Goodman .etod Andre wAlex, are  both clever wrestlers and are going to  put up the struggle ������>f their lives on  the 24th._ Joe Goldman hss yet to lose  his first westlingvjnat-ch, and if anyone ik capable of,getting two falls from  him hrone night^ndrew Alex, is the  man. Any one-lla>vihg a poor opinion  of the athletic ability enf the local Indians should witt^s this match. Joe  Goodman is one",of the best of his  weight bar none in the Kootenay.  In the boxing tjouts the matching is  entirely j[n the hands of the manager,  and needless to s%y everyone, tnclud-  ing-the public' is jJpoing to get a square  Business before the meeting of the  Literary, Musical and Dramatic Society on Wednesday night last - was  mostly routine, Mrs. John Johnston  being named.to nii the vacancy in the  list of officers by being elected second  vice-president.  The   United   Farmers   meeting   on  ���������.     ���������.-r.t-���������������^T ������������������   ***���������>-       0.9mm. f^-004* J Mn~~+m-00r*.m ^ * t'        ������*������W*������*       **������^0  pcn-ts from Messrs. McGee ana* Webb,  who i*epresented the local at the irrigation meeting'af- Creston last month,  and a statement from N. Stones af������d  others who made two trips to Creston  last week fo r U.F. disti-ict association  sessions.  Cfai������W0gi lj*F, LoCiu  A 1  US^fM &u������r  ~r  'r--^-t&&4������&-*Jmti!lLA'ixi. '%,4X^h������il^ii������!j^X..^J4StMmm^-3SP'mi.^.  "'   '"T&vef. dii Sunday' 'afternoon, .land- jr  staying^ on his i-������n������h here for aWhie,  <���������  Miss Marie Hagen returned to Cranbrook on Sunday, after spending ^t  short vacation with her parents -"here.  She expects to 'return home for good  in libbuta week.  The card party and social evening,  under the auspices of the United Farmers, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.  J. Cooper on Saturday night, was very  successful. The winners at whist were  MissC. Bosindale, with a spore of 25;  and Jack Penson, with a score of 28.  M. Wigen was low scorer, and received a very charming rubber doll.  Mra. H. A. Bathie, Sr., Miss^D. Butter  field and Messrs. B. S. Butterfield and  A. W. Mason obliged with songs,  which were enthusiastically received.  Mies D. .Butterfield and Miss F. Bathie gave piano selections, uecompunied  by M. Wigen on the violin. A very  dainty supper was served about 11.30.  after which cards and music were indulged in until I ii.ru., when the party broke up, everyone declaring it to  be the nidste enjoyable evening they  had spent for years.  . Apple packing 'school opened here  on Monday, with an attendance of  about a dozen, and good progress is ve  ported.  Mr. and Mra. "'T,. Anderson moved  their household effects from here to  Creston nn Saturday lust. Mr. Anderson, we hear, is tuking over the management of the Creston Hotel.  ���������.���������>������������������ , '.    ���������  The TJiilted'Fanmlt'fl1!   semi-mrjnthly  meeting wus held on Wednesday  night, when a largo turnout of members was in evidence to heiir the report of the delegates of tho get-together meeting in Creston lust week,  ii nd also to hear the lecture on prun  - ing by provincial horticulturist Twigg  Coffee and refreshments were served  at the close of the meeting. President  Cooper says his idea of a boflfee pot on  the stove at mII meetings appears bo be  work|ng line. v  Don't forget Wynndel Athletic  Club concert on Friday night. Feb. 11,  ab 7.45 o'olock, ������<t the Clubhouse. The  'prlce������of������ii(liiiibBion finve been revised  downward hh followH; CV>ncert,j������dults  *MJc,, children 25o, Children under 10  yeiit-K free.   FuHoued by iluuce, niustc  Needlework Prizes  1921 Fall Fair  Fiye bonts' are-^ guaranteed for the  evening* eveyom'^clean and fast. Gi-eat  care is being exercised in the matching so that there .Will-be no possibility  of any vcbnt*esta3st, not being able to  hold hisjown with his opponent, the  lineup^bas  pj^tleally been   decid-ed  ors   the-large  (-  For the convenience of the ladies  who eBnploy some of their sp^re time  at this season of the year making up  fahcy work for display at the fall fair,  .,therprize'list committee have revised  the list on which awards will ba made  at tlie 1921 exhibition. The list is si mil  ar to 1020 with the exception of a few  minor changes, and the addition .of  about nine new sections, and is as follows:  Tatting. -^  Woman's work dress, plain  Buttonholes, six, made on double  white  cotton.',  Pair haml;knit socks.  Pair hand knit men's  double mitts.  Pair hand knit gloves.  Darning-on  worn   sock.  Towel with Hlet crochet.  ���������'' Corset cover yoke, anv   kind of crochet, not made tip.  , Crochet trimmed nightdress.  Collection crochet work, five pieces.  PienedThnd quilted quilt, any mater  ial.""  Hooked mat, 2x3 feet. ���������*"���������'���������  Braided rnat. 2 x 8 feet.     "-  Pair pillow cases with crochet-  Pair pillow capes with knitting.  Sofa cushion, made up.  Collection of fancy work, five different kinds. /     i  Work apron  of  colored   ntalerial.  <Underskirt, machine made.  Fan oy tea apron.  Collection of home mending  Crochet sleeveless sweater  In wool.  Knitted ladies' sweater with sleeves,  lu wool.  Best collection of Irish ci-oohet-  By let embroidery tea cosy.  Shadow embv-o dcry tea cosy,  Drawn thread work centrepifce.  Hairpin lace.  Braiding on any article.  Collect inn of tatting.  Crochet hcdspnuuK  Crochet, piece any other kind.  Thef������e are the'articles on which the  iissociatlon will pay the usual prizes of  $1.50 and $1, and it Is hoped that a  few other items will be added when  the usual lot of special prizes are offered by friends of the fall fair. ���������'  Nelsob Baptists, who raised about  $1850 for church purposes Inst year are  deterimed t������ make it ut least tlie even  82000 in 1021,  -ins? the nskt-eK-maker-s'-tbe most-worry  as with the-r^utofiootlifat Lister^ans  ���������give their cbatupion It is a. difficult  .matter t-o get si, loc%l boy of bis weiglit  to put up an aiguinent.. Jimmy Xeoch-  head is the. best '-bet in sight at ,the  present time, and an effort is being  made to "get him into condition so that  he can give the Lister crowd some  worry for at least the fl������*t two l-ounds.  Lister  Jos. Bell left the latter, part of the  week for Vancouuer, where fie is attending a session of the provincial  G.W.V.A. executive, on which -he is  the East Kootenay representative.  Another departure for the coast last  week was A. 0. Monk, Who bad been  in charge of the pawmill here ever  since its installation. He expects to  take a position as travelling representative of the Simonds Saw Co., of Victoria. N    ���������  C. H. Phillips is among the residents  who is quite seriously on the sick list  at present, but reports are that he is  rerovefcing.  "Tony, the Convict," the three-net.  onmedy drama  the dramatic   society  Men of Canyon and members of the  former United Farmers were called together on the28|h of January, 1920,'to  organize the existing local to a, fuli-  a������ugeu branch of the Uuited Fai-mers  of Britidh Columbia. . J. W. Wood  was elected as chairman, and H.  Young, temporary secretary of that  meeting, at which the Canyon City  local, was duly organized, and 22 par-  arxtna     nMkconf    fitfoirto    AVft-mtl-Oh^     ���������������������*     ������������*������o*-k������.  "*'������������w      f* -**������j**������������������������# *'      **,>^������ mn     ���������*~mmJ*x+*m+.t*mm     ****      ujviuc  bers.     ��������� In the. election of officers J.  W.   "Wood was chosen president; B,  ������*������������-������������   4XM m X*   -xA.Mm-.r*-  ^T *���������������.���������*���������������������������������������*������     irtm *>**_*+*���������**. icr *rt*j,mm*y*~  Mm%~r\M*.~f$i    V -*m-47~2rA-&*yiu*%***%/t  tors; C. Blair, W, Browell, A.' B.  Swanson, G, ������Dayie and E. Vanacker-  an. The dis-ectors at a subsequent  meeting elected B. V^nackei-an as the  ioealfs' secretaryrtreasurer for that  yeai-.  During the year fourteen meetings  were held, with a rather poor attendance of the members; notwithstanding  this some yery important business  was tnansactejd during those meet-  jnge���������^he^jmost noteworthy feature,  possibly, befcng that fourteen mo're  residents of Canyon signed thclifein-  berehip Jist of the U.F.. bringing the  Miss McLuhan, the^ Valley's district  health nurse, and B. B." Staples, chairman of the health committee for the  Valley, are due here on Wednesday  of this week, to discuss the health  nurse question with the settlers.  The Ladies'   Auxiliary   had  a  fair I ���������������!������* membership for the year up to  turnout at their whist drive on.Satm- *���������*������   Included in these are seven ladies.  AH can be satisfied with the gain in.  day night, at which the premier honors fell to Mrs. Jacks' a,nd John Bird,  while Mr. Jacks distinguished himself by winning the gent's booby, and  ..fcyhn Johnston t^klns ho-m-s the gents  high score trophy.  Wynndel Co-Op.  Has Baiuier Year  ^i?~'-^2t ^^������V"****v������t  -*?**  membership, but all hope that every  will do his duty and try to secure new  members so that the local may grow  and' reach at least- the 50-member  mark. Among the most important  items of business were tbe -drafting of  five resolutions'which were ssnt to  the "provincial convention in -Victoria  in February, 1920, Canyon local also  voted to send-a delegate^to the Victoria meeting.  l������*stiin.U*ot)s  satiAe Fruit Growers* Association of  ;Wynndel B.C., -on Thursday night  last, shows_ 1-919 io *.s*������sve i������een about  the most all-round 'satisfactory year  in the history of this well-known selling organization.  The chair was occupied by President  John Bathie^with a full turnout of all  the shareholders. , Treasurer Rosin-  dale's statement, which had been duly  audited by R. R. Piper, showed a turnover for the year of $50,4*00, and this  does not include a couple of cars of  apples that had not been sold when  the books closed, at the end of December. For 1920 it was shown that 11,581  packages hod been handled, as com*  pared with 13.608 in 1919-in which year  the turnover was but $46,890.  Prices nett to the grower on berries  particularly were considerably better  than, in 1919, the increase on raspberries being most marked. The statement showed that the receipts from  the sale of strawberries was just oyer  $37,000, representing 8230 crates and  pails, the latter being fi'uit that went  to the jam'factory.  1920 saw every,grower in the Duck  Creek section, with but two exceptions, shipping through the Co-Operative Association, and about the only  regi-ettable incident of the year was  the death of August Johnson, one of  the pioneer arid most loyal supporters  of the association. \The 1921 officers  selected are: President, John Bathie;  Manager, O. J. Wigen; Directors, W.  J, Cooper, S. Moon and Matt Hager.  WEDNESDAY. FEB. 16  FRANK KEENAN  ���������'.   ; *ia* T"    -  Brothers Divided  JOHNNY RAY  in  Jiggs and Social  Lions  ThitJ i������ not a Cartoon   ".  Topics of the Day  The Gazette states that tho sleighing at Grand Forks this winter Is the  best the district has seen for years. ,  Last year Vernon hospital bandied  on,an average of 44 patients per day.  Their stuy in the hospital averaged 20  days,  KabIo Women's Institute raised a-  bout $025 of new money lost year.  Mrs. Iihi K-ja.t is* tluno* 1021  president,  Erlckwon. Wynndel, Nakusp and  Kaslo are the only Kootenay points  that will have apple packing schools  this  year.  The Penticton branch oftheO.U,  G. will build- anew 180 x 00 font addition to their present waiehonse im*  ntedtately.-  tAttatv.  municipality for Creator* Valley.' It  was.*}'80 decided to donate two prizes  to the Creston fair fair to be awarded  to the residents of Canyon who captured  the most prizes at the 1920 fair.  The Canyon U.F, took up the matter of installing a water system for  this section, and there was formed,  out of those members fayoring the  project, a water users' association,  At our July meeting Canyon local alto  had the pleasure and profit of a visit  and an address from J, W, Humphrey, second vice-president of the |B, G.  United Farmers, and all who were  present that night Will recall the  meeting as one of the most successful  of the year.  Another important  matter discussed at an   early-fall   meeting  was the  question of a  central  apple  packing  station at Canyon, which subject was  introduced in address by Mr. Loveday  of Creston Fruit Growers   Union.   A  little later in the fall an entertainment  committee was struck   to give socials,  etc., for the benefit of the community  and, incidentally,   to   raise   funds for  the better financing of the local.   The  first of these took the  form of a  con  cert and   danee  on . December 3rd, at  which Mr. Adlard gave an address soliciting the co-operation of Canyon in  maintaining the new public library at  Oreston.   The entertainment was financially successful to the extent of almost $9U.  Dm ing the year Canyon local alto  went on record favoring the United  Farmers of B.C. joining up with the  Canadian Council of Agriculsure.  During the last month of the year  the United Farmers decided to bring  in a carload of hay and instrucnions  given the secretary to procure a car of  alfalfa. The cay was unloaded at  KrlckBou at u coat of $31.10 per ten  at the car.  The financial income for the year is  m. matter of flOS. of wnii-h $07 camt-  from iwembershlp-f.'HJs, another $80  from entertainment, and'another $l-i  from -collections which were taken Uy  hy Messrs*. Wood and SamuelBon.  Of this amount $38.30 went to the V*  F. central office as fees. $10 was paid  fox* advertising a water notice, $10 for  fall fair prizes, with miscellaneous expense of about -sot the "year closing  With a- balance of *%.%*. K.V.A* ~~mF\  93*,;..-  II*. *f ���������>  ^t^ss;"  ^;K^  kjevjlEW^    GRESTPHTq '8b     g^  ^f*"g^^i"'*";"y^  v * :'*:? ** \ ."^ 'Pi- ���������' :*- * ::* *''���������������: i***';  i>  WW  \  --g-jr-* " -*-- - r .���������  I**-.  iff  T!b������33saru3s Finding WonderM  Benefit m a Simple Home  ������dy That Costs Bal @   H  Quarter*  say  if  people  kepi   their' ^  | ���������   ���������. >  I' gether they roamed thaMorest paths,  jjl and hunted the fleet-footed rabbits  "' with bows and arrows^and snared the  swift trout-'from the brooks. Then  the trails which thcy followed forked, and White Hawk; and Sagawa  went their separate "Ways.*5  He   paused,   and   stood   in   deep  thought.      Then ' he   continued:���������  "'When thcy met again. It was not  I   as   brothers.      The.   heart of White  ij Hawk had changed.     It -was the fire-  of    the. "traders    thai    killed  ?<*-     ������nl.������     _>* Irx'.As.  a.%,    Mtaeca   ������-,  jo 11 it  0x*f    Xxrvrt-C     t-A*.  ��������� ---.-   -*-    -    ���������*  , -   -^    -  ���������   ^,,-ia   Sagawa's--brothta-, and planted hatred  bowels m^ proper order there wouw j w*jiere  -jove  fee no such disease on record as ap-|  yendicitis.      It 5s due solely to neglect,  and  is  therefore  preventable.  ,    If you have constipation, bad breath  or"headache you need medicine right  away. *  The moment you suspect your bowels arc clogged you should take Dr,  Hamilton's Pills, the smoothest regulator of them all. They -move the  :bo-vve'ls ancl cleanse the Jiver so  smoothly you scarcely notice, the effect. But yon can get the action  just the same. Taken at night you  wake up next morning, cl*ear-headed;  i\V|  a different man  "Why don't you spend a quarter today and try Dr. Hamilton's Pills.  They work so easy, just as nature  would cyder, never gripe or cause  headache. Finest thing for " folk-a  that are out of sorts .depressed, lacking in   color and  spirits.  Folks that use Dr. Hamilton's Pills  are never sick, never an ache or  a pain���������feel good all the time simply  'because their system is clean, regulated and healthy. This you can easily prove yourself.  once was. - And so it  ���������was ior/ many snows, and always  Sagawa's heart longed for the little  brother he had lost.  "What White Hawk.has done is  now remcmbcred.no longer. He has  paid, and he has spoken that to  Sagawa which has made his heart at  peace.      "Look." _  High above has fyead the Indian  held  the 4Itt1e  crucifix.  ���������"White Hawk kissed 5t and said  after Sagawa that which the "Jesuit  pri-st 'has taught him. All enmity  and bitterness has b������t-n hnned between  them.      To-night  Sagawa lias  sake a Bottle of Bovril  mrrr  .'..-���������.., JSKVER   ...  PROFITEERED;  Has Not Changed  bince 1914  Same Price.'  Same Quality.  ! Same Quantity. ���������  all this for me. You've got some  work of your own to do back there.  What is it?������ ^  Darbo's Face twisted ir. a grin of  fiendish hate. "Yes, 1 have some  leetle t'ing to do up dere, me," hc  said softly. "Dere one feller, nam'  Dalton, who whip me wit' stick, lak  I was drunk-Esquimo. I go back,  ma frien', to keel heem.     Dat's all."  CHAPTER XVIII.  Then subtle warning which was  whispered throughout the millions of  acres of lake-shot forest, ^stretching  from the foot of Old Creation to the  Basin of White Water, was -vyhisper*-  cd-also to the Hardwoods, sanctuary.  Willow Farney had been the first to  'sense it, as she and Dorkin were returning up the path'from Wild Duck  hh -ft      lo ���������  *^������       **i 0-%      r**\ r\i t*-*-*i       ������������������������**������  IU HIV Krtl   \J4Xl t.t  ,*���������*���������������������������  Y-ouStioifiklr ...  ..'  JZm      ���������      ������m*x*m<x*mm 0fdigestion���������  I;ake i^e &"?������  largely a matter of Good Digestion.  A wise person -should use Beecham's  Pills to relieve digestive ills and  correct stomachic disorders. On ac-  , count of their service and reputation  for reliability���������TASCg  Sold ������very where.  in CmhmJo. :'P.  !a bo-ce������. 2Sc, 50c  Leuve������tS������le.of any .Medicine ia the World  ngry,' rested, energetic, feeling like, jonrncyrd    ^ith    his    littl  $10,000 For Vets. _,  An emcrgency'grant of $10,000 is to  be given at once to the provincial  noon. The tail hickory, lifting im- command of the Great War Veteran*  perious head above -its fellows, had by the Alberta Government for the  quivered her the note, and she paused^ pur������osc of meeting the unemploy-  her arms about the rough   Irunk   of- H _v     .       . ft    .     .  .  J .  .*���������---. t-r.i  ._   -*. - v, -    ekipe   ment  situation  now obtaining tt  sT  ~  ARCHIE P= MeR'lSHNIE  Printed    by    Spfcial    Ars-angc-  uisrois   with  Thos.  Alien,  Toronto, Ont.  White Hawk, along an olden forest  trail. He has left his little brother  there. He will journey on alone until the last long trail stretches out before Wm.      It is well."  Abruptly v he- ceased -speaking,  snatched up knife and rifle, and slipped into the forest.  He gave the half-breed-a shake that the tree, eyes lifted to the blue skies  fairly made his teeth rattle, above   the forest. province among ex-soldiers  "Look you," cried Darbo, "if I spak       Larry, the shaggy setter, watching,  br-other, j not ^u -.ni-*( y^y pay me 110t'ing. Ees, lifted his heavy muzzle and whined,  it not fair?"' and  Willow called  to    Dorkin,    who  Haight stood, scrat.clrng his herd' had lingered along the path to watch  and pondering. Darbo looked at him,, a covey of young partridge being  searching his soul with his small eyes.; marshalled    by    a    drooping-winged  Then    he    said: "I have something j mother bird,  else to say to you, an' when I say it, j     "There's goin' to be a storm," she  you will lose no'tarn.     You Will want: said, as he came up.      "This old tree  in  the  to fly back  to dat udder  place",  yes.  "    -c. .*��������� -rr   -   i  t n_������       .      *i       sO   HV    OaCri    iO    Ctai  For_ a   time   Haight .sat.  his   teeth   LerS������    d ou������ %  clamping his  dead pipe, his eyes on I      For fivc mfmltea Haight stood, list  ening to the whispered words of thc  the    smouldering    fire,    clos*    beside  which the ha'f-'breed was huddled.  Then, slowlv he rose, and walking  to his tent, lifted its flap and looked  in.  When at last he., turned towards thc  fire again, he carried his hat in his  hand. Darbo looked up question-  in gly.  . "That big Injun was ri-erht." Haip-ht  said gently. "White Hawk has sure  found his Tast long trail."  Like  a  flash   the   slander  form   of  half-breed.  .Slowly,   as   he   listened,  ope'ned wide, and once t  his   cadaverous  jaws   opened   to   ex-j. wisp   of  a  1  plode   an   oath. ' finger.      Th  1171 -T\ V      .       V     .     t       r ... .1.   .   H V.-        S_        I      *1->.-^.-i.      r.���������r.'.~.  never lies, and it says���������listens Dorkin.  to what it is sayin'. Hold your face  close here to mine. Now, hear it  whisperin',  'Storm,   Storm'?"v  Dorkin  laugh -d  and, reaching for-  his blue eyes ope'ned wide, and once: ward, drew the girl from the tree.    A  n...        i ���������> .      _     j   x-   ���������  , ���������,:o~   rx. ���������   brown   curi   entwined  his  e    warm" touch    of    her  his hand sent an������~elec-  When Darbo had finished, he grin-I throat against his ha  ped him by the wrist. "Is that all trie thrill through h  true?"  he   gasped���������"true?"  "If 1 lie, may de white wolf tear me  to   pieces,"   answered   the  half-br*-~ed.  un.  You change your min', I-guess?'You  would go back now, yes?" \  t*.��������� tx- ������������������ it*, a i -xi. t. jii "Darbo" shouted Haight, "we'll  SSbw5 S?:-"ld Tth rb������l?<liie *������*y vour brother, and we'll keep go-  ZTr^T^L fl C TL ?T ZUCZu inj? n'ieht and dai till we get there.  he lifted,the flap, then    stood,    half   GJ d ^ d,��������� h   ^ivered>      "What if  startled  eyes  to his face,  were trembling.  (To be continued)  She  lifted  Her lips  Otters feed almost  fish.  exclusively on  (Continued)  Darbo, his swarthy face drawn 5n  ���������malignant hate, slowly sheath, d his  knife, and moved a little closer to  Haight. "White Hawk's back is  crushed, and hc will di--," he said bitterly. "And, sacre! jus' because dat  Sagawa is cheated, he say Great Spirit  ilo it all for heem,*���������helll"  Haight seated himself on thc block  again and lit his pipe.  "If I ever g--t out of this damnable  woods, without being killed or driven  crazy by you and your like, Daibo,"  he growled, "I faithfully swear to  forever after hold to the world of civilized human beings. You're crazy;  that Algonquin's cra2y; everybody's  crazy, even that damned fool Tim-"*  hurley." He turned slowly towards  'i tne sujjiing half-breed, "Well, why  don't you say something? What the  d> vii am  I   paying you for?"  "Ba Gar, den,'I*will say somet'ing"  flashed Darbo. "1 will say dat you  also are crazce. And how you lak  dat, eh?"  "Well, I like it well enough to ex-  pre.ss my appreciation of the second  real truth I ever heard you utter, my  amiable? friend. 1 am crazy, there's  not a doubt of it. If 1 wasn't, do you  suppose I'd be risking my life on  thrse hellish trails on account of a  fool sentiment for a fellow who  doesn't carer the smallest of a��������� Rut  holel on! I +mo*.v he do<"3 care, and,  Darbo. if 1 find what you have to'd  me is correct, s.nd we can get proofs,  up in :h<������ Basin of White Water, I'll  makr   it all  right  for you.      Ah���������"  Sagawa had stepped fre*>m the tent,  and <tood fair in the firelight. In  his fingers he hHd a small iron crucifix. His ^.yf.%, burning no long-r, but  filled now u-'j'h a j-low r}***r mad'- his  lean face tender and b- r-iuufui, sought  first three*-* of one and Urtn tho other  of  his  watcher*,  "The f.pire! of White* Hawk will  soon ^o-^k thc last long trail," he said  irrepr. ssivnly. "lie     .'.pel     Sagawa  havr spoken togethrr, Wliit*' Hawk  has said Ihat which S.igav/a -A-aife-.d  to hear.  "Oncc^whrn thr wigwami of his  p'np'c vVt-.Tf! a.H rnariv as thr gulls  above thf f-f.f: of tlie Basin of White  Wat-rr, Sagawa and V\/hitr Hawk  were   littl-e  brother*}   together,       To-  crouched, gazing in on the dead form  of the Indian lying on a bed of spruce  boughs. As he gazed, the tallow  candle, bitten by a drafl from the  opening, spluttered out, and Darbo,  with a. whispered oath, dropped the  fl->r> and staggered back into the firelight. #        .^%  Twice Haight addressed him, but  Darbo paind no attention. Then suddenly, the half-Kroed sprans" erect,  terror In his eyes, and pointed towards the forest of the mainland.  "Leesenl" he shuddered. "You bear  it?      Yes?"  ������������������Haight bent his' head and listened.  Faint  ahd  weirdly    wild,    from    far  awav. came fh-������ howl of a wolf.  ^ "You   hear  it?"   Darbo   repeated.  "It's nothing but a timber wolf, you  fool " the other answered.  "Dat's de white wp'f!" cried the  half-breed and cmssod himself. "Lee-  sen, you h-^nr heem some mor*-? Hop's  comin' dis way.      Mojie, he is come  we arc too late!" ���������  For the next hour there was no)  word spoken between them. In the  cavity, made by the uprooting of a  storm-cast tree,they burie<i the dead  White Hawk. Then they packed  their utensils and., struck the trail for  the lake. It was not until they were  out on the water, silvery grey now  beneath the rays, of the sinking moon,  that Haight turned back towards his  guide. ������     ��������� ��������� ���������  "Darbo,' 'he said; "you're not doing  Vasim Granulated Eyelids  ���������fl   Bljlr Eyes inflamed by capo������  ���������      ��������� sure to Sun. Oast and Win*  g=? -^- - ^~ ^^ mjisklwTeelieved by fiforligS)  Llf-Sa Ey������8tB0ieSy. NoSm������rtin&  4J \~.% Eye Comfort.    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Aspirin is the trad, mark  (registered ������n Canada), pi Bayer  Manufacture of Monoaceticacidestet  of  SalicvMcacid. .   * ���������  tas  Sure     enough,     Haight   heard  the  RHEUMATISM  SAVES $zaoo  thi* E-ncTclopae-eJia Br&'a'nhlca may be had in w>>at I* <*sU-  at $70.0tf, less* 'ban -^e,-prdinarjvC-*i*mbri<l*(rr,*reetitio:i:   ���������������?  aiidy   Volume-edition lias' every  letter  and   -rverv   *sv-Il,iV-!e  i !-..*-   are  i-  11 ���������; n  Tlie -very latest cditiot" ������������������������}  ������d tlie Handy Volume edition  have b'^th editions. Tlie;*. FTandy , Volume- edition ^has' every  contained in the moTe expensive one. The paper is iust the same, but fte msi  narrower and the type is smaller. You can buy this Handy Volume* edition  down and thc balance in small monthly payment of abont (e(c a day * The <r<fni *?a~y  terms puts the Britannica in e'-ther edition wjthin the reach of everyone The--'* ���������������'*���������*.u  wish to pay cash may do so. You have hca'-J* about the Britannica since vou wer**^ a  child and have always wanted it���������now is your chance. ,.     ���������  Send us a post  card,  you  need  not  write, much,, iust  write the  word  "B?u.-.-tuuca"  'with your name and address; w* will understand and full particulars will he sent  McAINSH & CO., Ltd., 4 to 12 ColWe St.. TORONTO  Agents For Encyclopaedia Britannica.  howls distinctly drawing closer. He, -Lumbago, Neuralgia, or any other pain, apply  reached for his rifl", but the half- Minard's Liniment to the aching .-pot and get  breed, with a cry, snatched it away.       quick  relief.      M-"~rd'~ h. the  remedy  yom  "No?      No!" h" cried.     "You mint   srsmdmothcr uscd    Therc ,a nolh,ne to ec-.ua*  lift   no   band   against   dat   white,  wolf.,3' FOR SALE EVERYWHERE,  ll means d--ath.      Sit    still    and    do  not'ingl      Sarre, bur* look, look!"  Do-evn the elade, swept now by the  soft light of the moon, a compart  body moved, splitting into several  shapes as it drew swiftly closer. The  fire had filmed over and died so that  only the moon illumined thc glade.  Then, as the wolf-pack swept elisor,  Women! Use Diamond Dyes  DO Oil's %  mtSHltYZ  k PIUS J  thpp!  \mf0Mm4^*xwmi#mm  W.   H*   It   13.S4  Dye Old Skirts; Dresses, Waists,  Coats, Stockings, Draperies. ,*'  Each package of "Diamond Dyes"  contains easy din-ctiona for dveing  the leader, a jrr^a,t white wolf, lifted any"articlc of wool, silk, cotton, lini-n,  his muzzle and howl- d. And w'th a or mixed goods,. Beware! Poor  n-*w and irripping terror in his heart, dye streaks, spots^ fades, and. ru-'ns  Haicrht covered his face with his material by giving it a "dyed-look."  hands and waited until another cry Buy "Diamond Dyes" only. Drug-  besnok* tho pack far down the trail.     ! gist has Color Card.  Slow'y then, and with the mi*������n of  ������  onc   who  has  received  a mysterious  m ssage, Darbo turned to thc white  man.  "We will back-trail at once," he  said. "1 mus' lose no tarn. 1 mns'  eor back to de Golden Highlands,  soon."  "Lik--* hell you will**' Haight sprang  up and stood above his griide. '"You  are coing lei finish what we set out  to do, <*;ihr-'." he ������aid, ^appintr the;  half-br^cd on the shoulder. "Ynn'rc j  going to Irad me to that Basin of  White  Water."  Darbo rrturned his threatening look  calmly. "It ia of no use to go dere  now," he '.aid. "What you* would  learn at Basin of White Water, you  can learn hrtt"r hy going bark from  where we started. Yon t'in1< I l!e,  but you arc wrong. Din tarn, .tswear  1 spak inif. Before. 1 lie to yon,  yt*-a. J tell you a Ifeiel of somet'ing  which happen eighteen year*) ago, You  say, if ! tak' yon ro one who can f 11  vou all. von pav me wHI. All right.  1 lay, 'Yea, 1 will.' But I lie. me,  'bout dat Only one man have what  you would get hold of, proofn, and  r!;.*t man lie-r. now in dat ient-~*d������ nd.  IMir-v, 1 v/i'l bnry White Hawk den  we will strikr camp and hack-trail,"  Haight stood rhewing h:>rd on his  pipe  and  thinking.  "Well, of all tier ttooVi i\, m'asly,  littl-* no-breed lire e*n earth," he burst  ont, "yon are r.fr'airily the worrt! f)f  course," ruefully, "I'll have to go  with you, '<aii������*e I'd g*-t loM without  you If 1 killed von, as you riehlv  deserve, it winy'd .-tniour������t lo th-' na'iie  ihln-jf. Now yon try t<> --ialv*1 it nve r  by sayinfef I'M learn what I uni'' to  know back whfre. we J.turt������*d from;  yon Uurl"  Just imagine ~  Tbe flelicioub pitserrei you wuuiU s>Mke ii tots could walk out into xo orchard oi  One Thoususid Acees oi rip������, luscious Iruu, is th������* pink o* condition, jui l-.ii*.������t vmi.  the choicest, using nothing with it but pure cane ������U5������r. anil, it, in aiu:,i>on,' >uii  had the moat icientific machinery to turn it ������ut���������Don't iron &:?h yotu I una ������oul*t  b~ ������u������t  about  -perfect?    Ihir   in  tuxt  how ^  E.   D   SMITH  &  SONS, Limited  MAKF.  THEIR  JAMS   AND   JELLIES  The)   v...   the   nrst   to   make   Fure   J������mo   in   CanuUn,   t~.   xrx   ������tilJ   te������d<n|  te popularity.     Try   a tin  oi  their  new   Masons  strawberry      It   is  delicious  Ask   your  grocer   to   E.   D-   Smith's   Jama  with   <he   Mepte  !.ea(  label  E. 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ALL  Canned  iBQuGyl  Well-known brands of JAM  marked down.  B & Rolled Oats���������8 lbs., 60c  XT II rxi.      TM,-, i~rx      0x4.  reasonable prices.  Something of a political nature is  brewing in federal affairs. Conserv  atives are organizing  and Liberals  are slumbering,    which   gives   the  best argument in a   contest.    It is  generally belieyed that R F. Green  carries in his clothes a ticket to the  political old man's home.      If Bob  does go to   the Senate,   it   is said  there are quite a'  number of lathe-  polished followers   of the conglomerate federal cabinet who are will  *ng to sacrifice   their private interests for the public   good.       Among  them, might   be   mentioned   Jim.  Schofield   of Trail; Dr. Rose. C. R.  Hamilton, F.    Payne and    W.    H.  Moore of   Nelson;   Tom   Abriel of  Nakusp; Jj. A. McClelland and Geo  Trickett   of   New-Denver;   Mayor  Anderson of Kaslo; Joe Bell of Lister; Major   Mallandaine of Creston.  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The unorganized individual blocks  progress, and is therefore the  dangerous element, in modern sr-  ciety. Get organized and keep the  wheels of progress moving at the  natural rate of speed. ���������   O.G.  ,1'iyirnis       . Off CANABA    -'  CRESTON J3RA&CH,  C. W. ALLEN,.        .-������������������.������������������        . '        - .  ikti/i  ::>3  Manager.  NEWS OF KOOTENAYS  LETTERS TO THE EDITOR  Saldiers' Memorial  Editor Review:  Sib.���������In reply to Mr. Butter-  field's letter to yon on this subject  in your iSBue of January 25th, may  I say that the committee appointed to erect "a permanent memorial  to the Cre9ton Valley Soldiers."are  not unmindful of the terms of their  appointment, and do not intend to  vary from them.  If they are unable   to   carry out  the|r instructions for  any   reason,  the funds snbscsibed   will be at the  disposal of the individual  subscrib  ers.  The delay, regrettable as it may  be, has arisen from the difficulty of  finding a suitable site.      Then   the  ANNOUNCEMENT  The business complete Creston Hardware  ���������& FnrniturerSiipply Company, Ltd., has been  purchased by S. A. Speers, who will take  possession on Feb. 14th.  All accounts for goods purchased up to  that date are payable to the Hardware <&  Furniture Supply Company, Ltd., and prompt  payment of the same will be much appreciated.  We take this opportunity of expressing  appreciation of the splendid pitronage accorded the old Hrm, and bespen.k the same  timely consideration for the new, owner.  Yours respectfully,  M. J. BOYD.  Hardware & Furniture Supply  Company Manner  M. ./. BOYD  Grand Forks has rather a modest debenture deht of $92,000.  Men employed on government road  .work at Rossland are now only drawing $4 per day.  It cost $7000 to operate the hospital  at* KhsIo last year���������the most expensive year in its history.  A total of $1150 has been raised in  Cranbrook city and-adjoining country  for the Chinese famine fund.  From Penticton conies the report  that dealers claim the Okanagan Jonathan -apples wpre not good keepers  again this wiutetv-  Vernort-'s first postoffice building,  which is about sixty years old is to be  moved to the city park and preserved  as a >e]ic of the early days.  Cranbrook hr.s a ladies bowling  league this winter, with three teams  entered, and a silver cup, to complete  for, donated bo jeweler R a worth.  The Methodist are  withdrawing the  the morning service   at Grand Forks,  and are putting on   some special feat  ures~to assure a  full house at evening  worship.  Cranbrook district farmers' institute  wants a resident agriculturist located  in that city, arid they would also like  to see a range rider appointed for tbe  same territory.  Revelstoke is looking for a few hundred citizens who are willing to part  with nt, least $5 apiece in order to secure funds to buy a new X-ray machine for the hospital.  Tiie Ledge hears, that a firm at Nae������  panee, Ont.; would like to start a"match" factory at Green wood, and the  city council is sending along all . the  facts and figures asked for.  Fernie council has- such a handsome  surplus on 1020 operations that the  Free Press has visions of lower taxes  tnis year, or the setting-on with some  badly needed city improvements.  BusinoRB and pleasure were combined at the annual meeting of St. Saviour's Anglieian church at Nelson last  week. The procedure was: Supper,  business session aUd-fi dance to close  with.  Penticton trustees , would like legislation enacted so that some revenue  could be had from people with families who at prost-nt pay no tuxes but  who semi a, considerable number of  children to school,  It is likely the ranching fuburbof  Penticton. which hus hitherto been included Ir, the town limits, will bo separated from the town, The ranchers  object to" being taxed for ho many improvements that are directly for the  benflt of the business section of the  town.  COLT^kSTRAY .'  Two years 'old in May. dark brown  or bay with a few white hairw in fore-  head. Reward to party' returning  an ma or giving Information lelidlrig to  recovery.  PATTL HAG.TCN. Wynndel,  ��������� i  "  A Good Investment  HpHE money you save earns interest  ���������������������������. when deposited in our Savings -  Department, and both principal and  interest are safe and can be obtained whenever required. Open an  ���������account to-day. esA  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  PAID-UP CAPITAL       -        -        $15,000,000  RESERVE FUND *        -        $15,O00.0OJ'  m CRESTON BRANCH, C. G. Bennett, Manager.  For Men  Wool mixed Socks, 45c.  Heather mixed Socks, 50c and 75c.  All wool grey Socks, 75c, 90c. and 95c.   ~  Artie Socks, very heavyj $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 from' 4 to. 10J in Wool and Cotton at  prices from 35c. to $1.25���������very special values.  UiublU!!   S������!BrifQisIIIB   liOlilpQIif  LIMITED  DOING  BUILDING  or  FIXING UP  We can  supply  Portland  Cement  Lime.  Shingles  Lath  Lumber  all sizes and  grades.  Canyon City Lumber Company  LIMITED World Happenings  , Briefly Told  Poor Outlook For  .Bolshevism in England  7-��������� ������������������! ���������   Germans declare ths reparation  terms decided upon by thc Allies as  fantastic and impossible.  Lloyd George wiii visit Palestine  in the spring, according to a report  printed by the Evening Standard.  Gait police commissioners will engage the services of a policewoman  to act when called on.  Decline in wholesale prices is proceeding at the rate of about four.per  cent, per month from the peak.  Ontario milk producers -have been  euolgized for voluntarily reducing  milk prices', contingent upon the  lower production .rates.  More than 2S0.000 children in New-  York City receive only part-time instruction because school , facilities  are inadequate. :  The first passenger liner t-o make  the trip between Germany and the  U.S. is expected to leave Hamburg  for New York soon.  Efforts  For World  Revolution  Not  Regarded Aa Effective In Oid  Country.  Director of Bolsheviki propaganda  in European countries met secretly in  Bremen, Dec. 26, undec the presidency  of the commissar Eliawa of ft^oscow,  for the purpose o-f reporting the success of their efforts on behalf o.  world revolution, ������ays the London  Times. AU the delegates entered  Germany under assumed names and  with false passports.  "Comrade Facher, an English delegate," the"'" newspaper adds, "reported 79 Communist district organizations in England with 20.000 members and 1,219 agents, most of the  latter of wbom are paid. He was  pessimistic regarding the cause in  England. He said that the Russian  proletariat need not expect support  from the English, but that the Communist outlook in    Scotland,   Ireland  and  Wales was brighter."  Facher    referred    to    Plynfouth as  J,  "the centre of liaison    with    French  and United States naval people."  Ef Miller's Worm Powders needed  the support of testimonials they -r^uld  A Farming Community Hrst a  Distinctive  ���������������**��������� m.r^Do^n���������������������     Coat of Moleskin  The "census  bureau   of   the  United A-fm.~.~-xH>Sxv  ��������� ��������� ������/*-*'"' "it-****-**L  States announces that slightly more  than half the population of the republic live in towns and cities. This in  a country^approximattdy the siz-? of  Canada, inhabited by more ������-han a"  hundred milljoffpeople, and whose national policy has aimed consistently  and powerfully to coax the people off  the land and hive them in great industrial and commercial centres It  ought to be-'accepted as the normal  and wholesome condition of things in  Canada that the large majority of our  people live upofi farms, and must for.  generations. Before all else the Dominion must be a farming country for  many years to come.���������Edmonton  Bulletin.  GOO0HEALTH  AND GOOD SPIRITS  Depend Upon the Condition of the  Blood���������Keep-it Rich, Red and  _:. Pure  When a^doctor tells you that yoa            w are   anaemic,   he   simply   means,   in  be got"from mothers who knnv- th*?{ p'ain English, that your blood is  great virtue of th'S rxceli-^nt medi-Hn- ' w<-*ak and watery Bui this condition  But the powders will"sor-ak for therrt-j *s one that ma-y eaeily pss? into a  selves and in such a way tha' there' loveless decUnt lc prompt steps are  can be no ques*ir*n o-f them. T^ey! not taken to enrich the blood Poor  act speedily "ard tho-oiser'-.'y. and ������.hej olooa. weak, watery blood tf "he  child to whom they are *a.dTnsrie*tft^0d , cause of headaches and backache9t  will show improvement Cr-ngi the ������rst: ioss of appptite. pn-oi- digestion, rheu-  dose. * j n*.3t������sm,   neuralgia,   nervous. irritabiV  ty   and   many   other   troubles. "     To  The oak is *.he most common tree  in  Nortberr  United  State?.  rAPJ) OFF PAIN  VWW    CeJdJWXlll *%_.  %BV ft * fi^  WflKuj urr  "���������Sou can Just tell by its healthy,*  stimulating  odor..that   it  to  going to do yoxt g-o-sig      ..  **srF I only had some Sloan's Llni*  ������ ment!" flow often youVe sakS  ���������*��������� that!   And then when tfie rheu*  ���������matic twinge subsided���������after horns, of  eisiCif.rincr���������.rs.-iii fnirtri-.tr s-rf  suffering���������you forgot i~\  Don't do it again���������get a bottle today and keep it handyior possible uss  tonight! A sudden attack may cam-  on���������sciatica, lumbago, sore oiuaclesfe  "backache, stiff joints, ^ neuralgia, the  pains ana achea resulting from expos*  ure. You'll soon find warmth and ro*  lief in Sloan's, the liniment that penom  trates ivithotU rubbing. Clean, econota*  Seal.  Three sizes���������3$c, 70c, $ 1.40  tMade ia Canada)  Liniment  =ss=  Minard's Liniment For Distemper.  Caxton published a book on che^s  in 1474.  Heart Disease Relieved In s(? Minuses.  De.   A-irnew's   Rerreedy   tp������   the*   Heart   gives  pp-fe<*������   relief   Id   all   case*     cf    Oiswnic     or  j Sympathetic Heart Disease ia *0 mlnuteu, aneJ  J spssdily     effects    a     cure.       It  is  a   p^er.es-.*  A   bill,   introduced   at   Washington, j remedy   tor  Palpitation.   ShortnwV <���������������������������   I������reath.  rt.tlA      :~ir*~nr,r.~      . . I . ~i r. r. rmt C~-       X r. ~~   '    ^"1 ������l hCl*������ng     SpellS,      Patti     ID     T .ef t    SO.-,     and     tti!  rt.t .~r.~nr,r.~      . r.     . ~. r. r. _ _ r. ~~ f-.J." ^itO tTl.9      Of      S       dlEClSCd    'tlCaft OttC       dOSft  would increase salaries of Senators  and Representatives from $7,500 to  $10,000 a year after March 4 next.  Joseph Dansereau, of Quebec, with  an avcVage of 96.56, was awarded the  first prize in the all-Canada creamery  butter competition held in connection  with the Western Canada Annual  Dairy Convention  at Winnipeg.  Dr. J. C. Ferguson, financial ad-  viser,to the President of China, who  has just arrived in Vancouver from the  Orient, states that in the famine districts of China, people line the roadsides too weak to walk front want  of food.  couvmota.  jjfor several  years  France was the  only country producing aluminum.  As a vermifuge an eftvetive prepar  ation   13   Mother  Graves'  Worm   Ex-  poor  blood   is   due   the   pimplr-s  and'  hiatch-r-s, the muddy enmptexion that j  disfigures so many  faces.      To have ���������  good health, a good complexion and $1  cheerfu*  manner, the  blood  must  bc j  kept rich, red and pure. This is -".asily  done through  the use of a blood enriching tonic like D.. ...Williams' Pink  Pills       The whole mission    of    this  medicin? ;���������*. to he?p enrich the b'ood  whSr-h reaches every nerve and every  oreran   in  the-  bedv. bringing  with  it  health,   strength   and   m-w,    activity.  'H-iat if why people who occasionally  use  Dr.  Wtilfoms'  Pink   Pills always  feel; bright,  active and strong.  Mrs E E. Cook. Simcoe, Ont.,  gives strong testimony to the Value  of Dr Williams' Pink Pills when the  blood is in an anaemic condition, she  says "I have heen a sufferer for some  years from a run down condition of  the system. 1^ suffered from pains  in   the   back, twitching of thc   nerves  terminator, and it can be given to thej ���������   ������ ���������, .��������� ,   -  _ ���������:. T  most  delicate  child   without  fear  o������   f"1 muscles, my appetite was poor. I  injury  to  the  constitution.  ��������� All men are liars,   more   or  mostly more  less���������>  Rheumatism Relieved In 1 to S Days.  South American Rheumatic Remedy I* a  wonderful medicine in the treatment of acute  or inflammatory rheumatism, chronic rheumatism, lumbago, neuralgia, and all ailments due  to rheumatism. Tt often cur������ <n 1 ta S  day*.      At druffgists.  Another Alberta Industry.  A new industry to serve the growing agricultural needs of Western  Canada is now practically assured for  thc city of Medicine Hat, in the centre of thc natural gas fields of Southern Alberta. This is the manufacture of- stooking machines and stook  loaders by the Hilts Stooking Machine Company, which is said to have  several excellent machines to put on  the market,  By Geitrode BeresfordL  Ther-? are times when a fur coat is  to bc preferred to any tjiat are fashioned -oi cloth One of the furs that  lends itself well to the art of the coat-  maker is moleskin. So soft and silky  is thi? pelt that it is almost as^pliable  as velvet The accompanying illustration reveals a very clever use-  of" this fur. The lower part of the--  wrap is designed in three tiers and  the pelts are arranged in horizontal j  style. The collar affects the lines of  the cape and is exceedingly attractive.  The belt of cord is finished with a  cabochon fastening. A small hat  fashioned from moleskin completes a  delightful  mode  for  cold  weather.  Jews Walking to Palestine  So eager are certain classes of  European Jews to get to Palestine,  their new national home, that many  are actually walking there from .the  Ukraine, drifting into the country  via Constantinople, said Sir Alfred  Mond, the first commissioner *of  works in the British Cabinet, who  has just left London for^a visit te  Palestine  Minard's   Liniment   For   Garget  Cows.  {rf  Keeps Baby's  Skin Healthy  | P every mother could only  * rcaliza tho danger which  lurka tn the neglect of chafing  and skin irritations she would  not taka chances on being  without Dr. Chafle'a Ointment  fco apply ftfter baby'a bath.  It ������,rre������w th*������ r3������velop*TO������nt o$  ace-omm and mak������������ th������ nS-cI* ���������oft*  ttmooth and v-������lvfttjr,  10 cAdtw t bov, *H deal-us, ar E-lncii-M*,  0������te������ it Co., ttXm., Toronto.  lie/ l'#   V-e^l'  ICl  k/V/W  ^Hiffiettfc  Radium Burns Cause Death.  Twenty years suffering from the  burns of radium and X-rays were ended recently for Dr. Bchrcns, a prom-  iriont Swiss surgeon of Bienne, when  death brought relief. Physicians  several ycars ngo pronounced his case  hopeless and death certain, but Dr.  Bdinnn, whose hands had been spared, continued his experiments until  his last days.  Women and Asthma. Women are  ntimben-d among the sufferers from  '������������������-.thma by.the countless thousands, In  ��������� v'.>ry climate they will be found, help-  !'.'f.s in the grip of this relentless dis-  .'v.ie unless thcy have availed thr-m*-  sdves of the proper remedy, Dr j.  1) KrHogg's Asthma Rrmirdy ban  brought new hope and life to many  such Testimonials, sent entirely  without fiolicitation, fihow the benefit  it has wrought, amatift women everywhere.  Lloyd George Scoldeej  Pn-.mlr-.r    Lloyd    George hag f)e������n  takf.n to tank by some of hid former  Welsh  constituents  for paying  golf  on      Sunday      The      Cotigr-*g;itional  J had indigestion and would get drowsy  after eating. My hands and feet were  almost always cold, and though I was  constantly doctormg, the* medicine I  took did not help me. I had practically given up hope of good health,  until a friend from Hamilton came  to visit me, and urged me to try Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills. Ii took some  persuasion, but finally I consented to  try them. ��������� 1 have reason to be  grateful that. I did������, for after using',  seven boxes I felt like a new person.  I-diave gained in weight, have a better  color and my work ip now a'pleasure.  For this condition r \ thanks are due  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, and I cannot  praise them too highly."  You can get Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills through any dealer iff medicine,  or by mail at 50 cents a box or sis:  boxes for $2.50 from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, One.  Mahogan7 Grows Quickly.  The rate of growth of mahogany  is shown in Southern Nigeria, where  the site of a town destroyed 60 years  ago has been covered with a forest  containing mahogany trees, some of  which arc more than 10 feet in diameter.  For Catarrh.���������It is one of the chief  recommendations of Dr. Thomas'  Eclcctric Oil that it can be used internally with as much success as it  can outwardly. S. fferers from  catarrh will find that the Oil^-whcn  used according to directions will give  prompt relief. Many sufferers from  this ailment havc found relief in the  Oil and have sent testimonials.  v Heard in a -dry goods store.���������^Let  me  see   some  invisible  hairpins."  Another.���������-"I want an umbrella for  a man that has steel ribs."  Minard's Liniment For Colds, Etc.  The trees most commonly found in  Northern Manitoba are spruce, poplar, ' tamarack, birch and jack pine.  The white spruce is the only durable  species for sawmill purposes.  PAZO OINTMENT instantly Relieves ITCHING PILES and you  CSu    (5-5i   SeStfui    5"3Sp  fiitSr tho  first application.  All druggists are authorized to  refund the money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to Gure any case of  ITCHING. BLIND, BLEEDING or  PROTRUDING PILES. Cures ordinary cases'-'in 6 days, tho  worst cases in 14 days.  It is guaranteed by Paris Medicine Co.. St. Louis, Mo., Manufacturers of the world-famous  Grove's Laxative Bromo Quinine  tablets.  \y^4y2rr^^  This signature is on every box  of PAZO OINTMENT.    60c.  If you are unable to get PAZO  OINTMENT from your druggist,  send 60c in postage stamps to  Paris Medicine Co.. 193 Spadina  Ave., Toronto, and a box will be  mailed to you promptly. Write  your name and address plainly.  In the White Sea ice forms after  August, 30 miles out and doea not  melt until July.  CHILDLESS  WOMEN  wanteC  Send for Iiat of inventions wanted  by Manufacturers. Fortunes have  been made from simple ideas.  "Patent Protection*' booklet and  "Proof of Conception** on request.  HAROLD C SHIPMAN & CO.  PATENT ATTORNEYS  aa amie-MAM cham********   .  .  ottawa. -Canada  Time has Tested it,���������Dr. Thomas'  Eclcctric Oil has been ou the market  upwards of fifty years and in that time  it has proved a blessing te thousands.  It is iti high favor throughout Canada and its excellence has carried its  fame beyond the seas. If tt were  double thc price it would be a cheap  liniment,  Picas������ Read This Letter And  See What Normal Health  Will Do For You.  MONEY ORDERS  He's a mean father who has his  whiskers amputated just Uccause the  baby  likes to pull  them,  Women do queer things, but man  is thc only animal who wilt bet a Iiat  on nny proposition.  German Planes Pel! to 1,700.  At the nlgnIng of the armistice the  total of German bombing and scouting aeroplanes had fallen to 1700,  while the allies had tftree machines  on the front to every German one,  ier������������i i   i ���������  W.   N.   U.   1354  n������ riles.   JWo  -;     "        *  ,       t  ������������������������* ���������"-,- ���������    iilflNaXT  Church recently voted unanimously toh^r.ChMe> Olntmont win MlT-myouirtotio  rlLEd  Do not   ������uff������p  Another da* ti'.ta  co111 tig. Illoejd.  nir* ir trottyg.  ii r-*: In ill ������i>*r.  Send  ���������   Dominion   Express   Money  Five������ dollara coRts thrr.e cemta.  Order.  , Berwick, Ont.���������" I had organic trouble, and after takirife Lydia E. Pink-  ham'a Vegetable Compound and Blood  Medicine all my troubles pasaed away.  1 waa mado strong and well and havo  been ever aince. ^Now we havo a fin������  baby boy six months old, and I know  that I would not have this baby and  would still be suffering if it had not  been for your remedies. My husband  and myself say ^that your remedies  aro worth their weight in gold, andSff  recommend them to my friends. Ono  of my aunts is talcing thorn now."-���������  Mrs. Napoleon JL-avksnib, Berwick,  Ontario, Canada.  Among the virtues of Lydia 18. Pink*  hara'ii Vegetable Compound ia its ability to correct sterility in many cases. .  This fact Ie welt established as evidenced by the abovo lotter and hundreda  of others wo havo published in theso  columns.  In many other homo������, onc������ childless  ���������  there are now children becauno of the-AE  fact that Lydia E, Pinkham's Vogotablo  Compound makoa women normal,  healthy and strong.  If you have the slightest doubt that  Lydia K Pinkham's Vegetable Com-  poundwill help you, write to Lydia HI  Pinkham Medicine Co.  (confidential),  t rcnucr in scuang ������unaay recreation. ipAp%f ,*BdMoio������������to,iUM������������t������W po������ut-������.     (woman, and held in itriot confldenc*,    ,  CHOICE SILVER Black Breeding  Foxcb.        Instructions.        Reid  Bros., Bothwcll, Ontario,  AGENTS WANTED tBLISS NATIVE  HERBS in n remedy ior the relief of Con������  dtlpaiion, Indiffentton, Biliousnesfl, Rheuma*  Usm, Kidney Troubloa, It is well.known,  Uavliiff been extenalveljr advertised, oince it  wan first inanufncturcd in 1008, by distribution of larfte cuu-mlUen of Almanacs. Coott  Doolco, Health Doolcn, et<?., which ure lurnisli*  cd to HKentd free of charse. Tho remedies  aro cold at a price that allows agent.-- to  double their money. WrjtO Aloneo O. Bliss  Medical Co., 124 St. Paul Street East, Mot*  real, Canada.     Mention thla paper,  1556k7* CftfM Hoot Couponed  A tfti/a, rtUablf v.Bt4~attn������  medtoin*. Sold, la (ftM* do*  imietl *Hr������-aith--N-������.  %Sl-9  ���������ST    Sold lay <dl AmfsEU. of ������������t  OVa*    EMUupbUt.      Addr-iMi  VHX COOK M^DIOINK CO-  JMMTO.'Jn. Qtnmtt-}***-*  '������������������-"������������������     :..   iTriT"- t i * r       iii    .. n        iii i. ii i~   hum, j.in'i ri.r '" i   ..' ,i ...\\Jh  tVmme*. fUmwm  0%mm mmmmglmix  mmmmii0wimimiimii~0~m  , ������i Hyr to 9���������i  B~~~i-mi hv U  vtk - rHJ������     KJEVJUEW.     CIUSSTOK,  I  tr- m*  For Vice-Royaity of Canada  Rebellion Daysf X554~C3  Si   x~;���������0*g.tm\*,**A\  \\.-0f������i^'xm" mg  The   winter of 1884-5 was my first   twice since I came to the west tney  pericnce as a free trader.    I    had I had robbed the H. B. Co.post at Nut  1 * -1-*-        Opposition  ������������������s-eTT-rN ������������������������?������������������*  Lake. Opposition in thc fur trade  was keen-, especially from the French  traders,' one of' whom Maxime���������(afterwards sentenced to seven years in  penitentiary)���������was extremely ^surly  whenever we met, and 1 soon found  out that he was preaching active rebellion in every camp. Weil i had  not been trained in the Hudson's Bay  service by .some famous factors if I  could not go one better than a French  half-breed, so J became a strong  counter influence in the cause of  loyalty    against     Maxime,  and! with  located with my family close to the  ���������forks of Stony Creek, now in the  Melfort district. On account of  high prices in Prince Albert, I had  made a trip lo Fort Qu'Appelle (some  250 miles) and purchased a small trading outfit from the* Hudson's Bay  Company at that point.  Some two miles to the south of my  iocation������-*was an H. B. C. wintering  post������ also two French half-breed  traders, one of whom was^the well-  known Zavier Batoche    from    whom  that settlement is named. Being [/success in three of the closest bands,  the first genuine white settler to locate here, some of the Indians were  violently opposed to this^intrusion^*  their hunting grounds, and on two occasions armed parties of them warned  wc off the premises.  Well    1    remember my first interview with the Kinistin band.      1 was  looking over a line of traps I had on  the east fork of the creek.      It was a  cold raw evening early in December,  ]  was homeward bound and had just  ran   down  the bank  of  thc creek  to  look at a mink trap, and to my joy  here   was   a   big   fellow. .     I   at  once  knocked hiin on the head and put him  in my hunting bag which by the way  was nearly full and heavy.      i re-set  my,   trap    and    was climbing up the  bank,   when,   turning   my   head,   here  was  Mr.  Mink  within an inch of my  ear  and snarling  like' a  wicked dog.  1 clipped a lynx snare over his head,  thinking if clubbing would    not    kill  him, why hanging should.      Being so  7  Germany Told Sow To Meet  ���������vr  iv4  Financial Experts Sajr That Conditions Are Misrepresented to  Escape Payments,  X   XXAjQi'  Kinistin's,'however,*' remained sullenly neutral, while there was no  doubt about the Nut Lakers' hostility.  Many rumors were flying about all  winter. Riel was in the country holding meetings both against the white  settlers and natives, niakmg his headquarters both at Duck Lake and  Batoche. Runners were being sent  by. him to the various Indian camps  throughout North Saskatchewan. I  only went for my mail once a month,  so was largely dep. ndent on Indian  and traders' reports for news. March  came in blustery and cold with deep  snow, trade was good, and 1 was busy  enough attending to it. fearly in  April, Wc-ah-gun, a son of The  South Wind, came in from his camp  and as usual asked at once for news,  and 1 could see he was excited and  had heard no doubt much more than  myself.      After a quiet chat, 1 gather-  . Viscount Burnham, thc latest to be  associated with the position of Governor-General of Canada. Hc is a  newspaper proprietor arid headed the  delegation of journalists froM Britain  to the Dominion last year.  Germany is told -exactly  how to eliminate the 76,000,000 marks  deficit in her 1920 budget in the report to the allies of tlie conference of  financial experts, held in  Brussels.  Certain German expenses are declared tp have been -multiplied 75  times over those of 1919, and certain  G-efman taxes, are shown to bc far  below those the allied populations are  paying.     The report says l  "Many figures in the ordinary "budget seem to havc been established  by an administration and parliament  equally desirous of showing the world  the precarious financial condition of  Germany and her difficult situation."  "If the various recommendations  made are followed, the budget should  be speedily balanced,"   says   the   re-*  port.     Thus, with a   continuation of  Germany's eceonomic   recovery    the  experts   declare   that Germany, "in a  relatively short perioo7 can meet__her  treaty    obligations    through taxation  without    continuing    to increase her  floating debt or inflate her currency,/'  The report says the 1919 and 1920  budgets of Germany carried a number of credits which were only  partially   '-disbursed,   such as-16.500,000,-  000 maVks for the allied    armies    of  occupation    expenses,   of which only  4,500,000,000 marks was spent.   ' The  budget for 1920 carried 42,000.000.000  marks    for -~ execution    of the peace  treaty, while only 17,000,000,000 marks  had bcen paid out up to December 1  last.  busily engaged, I had not noticed a  bunch of mounted Indians who were  watching my proceedings with great  interest. Boldness is always the  b ������t policy with savages, and walking  up to the 'leader (oid Kinistin himself)  1 he'd out my hand with th* usual.  "Wa-chca, Wa-chea." He j������>k no  notice, but, in an angry voice, and  speaking the broadest of Sauteaux,.  asked, "What havc you in that bag?"  1 remained silent, and again came thy,  question, "What have you in that  bag?" In reply I up-ended it. The  contents were one beaver, which I  \ had trapped, at. his lodge, one .lynx,  "and five minks, one of which 1 was still  dangling in  my    hand.      The    scene  LJLifE C5-S  I%&*������,'-5%*  uuu3,va  Rates Increase Granted in Judgment  Handed Down by Railway  Commission.  Ottawa.���������In .; a lengthy judgment  covering some 27 typewritten pages,  the Board o������ Railway Commissioners  grants to Canadian express companies, an increase of 35 per cent, on first  class rates, 25 per cent, on second  class and 20 per cent, on commodity  rates, including principally, cream,  fish and fruit.  The judgment which is concurred  in by all the commissioners who sat  in the case, was written by Chief  Commissioner F. B. Carvell. In addition   to   thc     increases     mentioned  ed   they   had   heard  of   fighting   near   above' lt Prides that the rate on all  {���������Duck Lake,> wh.ch report said,, the I fatuous liquors m thefuture as  to  whites    were    defeated.      His father  did not wholly credit this, so sent him  in to me for further news.      But as i  0*W~  rs  was quite in the dark, we decided to  ride up to the Hudson's "Bay post' and  get further particulars. The last  half mile was through heavy timber,  and 1 was riding ahead. On coming  out at the site of the trading sh^nt.es,  here was evidently a hurried abandonment, empty boxes were lying  around and the place apparently deserted.. Whi'ewe werp looking over  the scene, the door of the ���������H. B.  shack was partly opened, and out  stuck an Indian's head���������a stranger,  and in full war paint. My companion  with dilated nostrils gave onc glance  be increased to first class. The cartage differential at non-cartage points  has been eliminated, and as a result  express charges will be the same to all  points, whether city, town or country.  was a wild one.      The  Indians were, at   him,  gathered up his bridle  reins  all big men and thcir    blankets    and  loose  leggings  made  them  look  still  bigger!, painted with scarlet and green  paint, feathers waving, all armed, five  of them carrying repeating Winchesters.    I sure had not much of a chance  if il came to a racket, and. their looks  wore hostile enough.      Now thc old  man was speaking again, and pointing at the game, he said: "Don't you  realize that  you havc    stolen    these  furs; that  you are ,a stranger and a  trespasser here, with your white face.  "Go away jand go quick, or worse will  happen," and so on to this effect.    It  was rapidly getting dusk an'd  I  was  torn, ten miles from home, so stooping down and gathering; up my furs, I  said: "Grandfather,   I  am  sorry  you  arc feeling badly about my little hunt,  buf'l also trade and hope to call at  your campa through thc winter, or sec  you if you bring in furs, "Go," waa his  reply, and so  I  did, glad enough at  last to see thc light in the window,of  our log cabin.     This   was   my   first  meeting with famous Kinistin and it  could not be called a friendly one,  In the meantime I hnd made some  friends amongst the Indians, especially with O-sow-win-ls-su (The'South  Wind) and his band. We had been  able to show some kindness towards  one of his sons prho was very IH from  consumption. The old man and I  found we were connected In the Indian way; as Ki-Say-the-nlsh In the  Pas Mountain was his Cha-Cha-Wow  ma well as mine. Then Cha-kas-ta-  pa-sin had a few tents enjd weT������  friendly.     Some Nut-Lakers came In  FTrst Entry in Cross-Atlantic Race.  New York.���������The first entry for the  trans-Atlantic yacht race trophy offered by King Albert of Belgium, was  received from 'Professor Walter F.  Clayton, of St. Johns College, Anna'-,  polis, Md. The Si sta, Clayton-entry,  the smallest yacht ever entered in a  cross-ocean race, has "a waterline of  only 45 feet, a 15 foot beam and draws  8.5 feet of water,*'  Irerar Kec&ves tssnorseisieni  Saskatchewan   Grain   Growers   Give  Farmer  Leader  Enthusiastic  Reception*  Moose Jaw.���������The Saskatchewan  Grain Growers' Association enthusiastically " endorsed the leadership of  Hon. T. A. Crerar in federal politics,  following his address before the session of thc annual convention. The  resolution endorsed, promised thc  support of the association to the New  -National Policy of the Farmer Associations in Federal politics and approved the choice of Mr. Crcrar as  leader. ���������  Hon. T. A. Crerar received an ovation as he arose after the chairman,  j. A. Mahajg, president of ahe association, had referred to him as the  next  Premier of Canada.  Delegates gave hini three cheers  and a tiger. Commencing his address  he thanked the delegates for the reception tendered him. Hi| subject  was "Thc Canadian Political Outlook," and he-began by reference to  the development of the farmers' association in politics and paid tribute to  fa  10 Eliminate ^flapping  Close Co-Operation to be Established  By Governments on Farming  Question.  Ottawa.���������Overlapping in the work  of Ah., federal and provincial departments of agriculture.will be eliminated and closer co-operation established through an agreement reached at a  conference of representatives of these ^  departments, according to the report  of the Minister of Agriculture for the  year  ending  March 31,  1920.  Production advocacy, it was agreed  at the conference, is to be carried *  on through provincial, activities  while marketing . and experimental  work are to be carri-sd on by the  federal department, except where  arrangements to the contrary arc  deemed wise.  Hsbs Will Ee There  and whipping his pony wenjuoff east  at a  mad  gallop.      The    hi ad , was  withdrawn  and  the door closed.      I  tied my horse up and went in.    One  Indian and his squaw were thc only  occupants, with a bundle of bedding.  His powder hprn  was hanging close  to me and I gave it a shake and noted  it was empty.     Also glancing at thc  ie a kettle hanging in thc chimney, I  saw it only contained water.-Evidently this pair were very^poor and out of  both ammunition and grub.     I asked  them at once to come down and camp  at my -house, saying wc had a native  nurse girl there who thoroughly understood Sauteaux.      But thcy wou'd,  not  spiak.      Finally,  tiring of  thiir  silence, I said, ">A4pll, the distance is  only two or three miles.     I will carry  your bundle on the saddle and you  can follow."     So out 1 went and after riding slowly for a little distance,  glanced back and saw thcy were following.      After a n.ght at thc housc  and   two  good   meals,    Mr.    Indian  thawed out a little and began to talk.  His wife had opened her heart' to our  girl    and    verified    the  Indian news  about   thc  Duck  Lake  fight,      This  'they both claimed had been started  by thc whites, and he further went on  to say that his own brother was the  first Indian shot by joe McKay (police interpreter, and that he was on  his way to join  Ricl's men jand try  and avenge his brother's    death,   a  project, however, which his wife was  very much opposed to.     Thc reason,  he explained, of their   poverty,    was  that they started out   with   a   pony  which drowned while crossing a river  Honor For Divine Sarah.  Paris.���������The promotion ,of Sarah  Bernhardt to office of the Legion of  Honor will be annonced -shortly. The  promotion will be in recognition of  the famous actress' work-in encouraging French art abroad.  pioneers in the movement.    .The provincial     political    organization     has  caused Dominion-wide   comment,   he  said, and in the broader field of federal politics  the association  is  faced  with many new problems.    ~~<~ referred    first    to    the  railway problem,  which he said was one of   the    most  important   demanding   consideration.  This problem niust bc faced courageously and hundreds of miles of track  which are not paying the capital outlay   or   even   the operating expenses  ..ust'be torn up.    . The matter must  be treated in the same manner as any  private business and unprofitable portions cut out.     The system should be  revalued atfft put on an economic op-  crating basis, he'said, if the deficit of  ovcr  $60,000,000 faced by  the-22,000  A/llkCllM     ���������WA.������i������V*X,A������5.       XX UttV     V?-CI*M������U.w      TV -12  " Come to London Council.  London.���������Invitations to Germany  to attend the Allied Supreme conference will be dispatched in a few days,  and the British officials do not even  consider th^ possibility of Germany  refusing to attend. They declare it  would Ije only worse for Germany if  she declines. -  The Supreme Council fully expects  German protests on thc reparations  announcement but" as a matter of  fact, the protests are not as great  as anticipated in view of the objections taken by Germany at the time  of the peace conference*,���������.  Liquor Act Prosecutions.  Calgary.���������In    his    annual    report,  Chief of   Police    Ritchie    comments  upon the numerous infractions of the   miles   of   government-owned system  liquor act during the past year.      No  1<%s than 330 were proaecutcd and fined under this section during 1920.  Manitoba Takes Butter Championship  Winnipeg.���������Manitoba carried off  the interprovincial butter-making  championship at thc creamery butter"  exhibition, which is one of the features of the annual convention of the  Western Dairy Associations and allied  interests at present  being  held  Reported Visit by Princess Mary.  Ottawa.���������No word has been received here of a reported visit to Canada  by Princess Mary next -fall.  Grocers Taking Less  Profit On Many Lines  is to be cut down!   An orgy of railway building in which lines were dup- I here.  Heated he held responsible. ==================-=:=-������.  Immigrants should be settled along* *"*  b^���������em ,ta" ������ boi,diSHORT OF BREATH  Government activities 5n regard to,  immigration amounts to very little, [  he declared. A different policy must  be followed, and immigrants who can  go on the land ohould be encouraged*  . Immigrants, he continued, must be  taught the principles of good citizenship and past practices must be  stopped. -Standards, he said, must be  raised and he added:  "We don't want any more wartimes  elections act."  g of our letter to     . .   *     . w .     ���������/.__. j I iar beating, smothering sensation, diz-  rs������   profits,   have     T>iscuss ng   the   tariff, he referred  z{nf&$ anJ a weaki s?nklnB| ai,.BOnt  rently it has been  to the fallacy of the present Govern-   fcclinB  of oppression and  anxiety.  to trade during the winter,   and    I  found them as a rule a saucy disagree- and ������������<���������* losrthdr effects  able bunch with a bad reputation; at' (To be continued)  Take In a Show,  Washington.���������President Wilson, accompanied, by Mrs. Wilson, recently  attended a theatre for the first time,  ���������luce h~ was taken UI over * year ago.  Condemns Bggo Prom China.  Ottawa.���������The   influx    of    Chinese  eggs into Canada is proving a menace  to hom\s industry, according to Dr, S,  F. Tolmie, minister of agriculture.  Red Rose, Tea People Make a Further  Statement.  Some   of   our    friends among thc  grocers, in speaking  the press on grocers  indicated that appare  construed by some readers to mean mt,nt policy which while it tends to a  that Red Rose Tea wasthe only am- j ,f .containt,(i country, is advocated  clc on which thc grocer takes a small- ���������. ���������������������������������������������������������������, -.ui-i, u m������ndw in  er profit, in order to give his custom-'b? a government which s sending its  ers a higher quality. trade commissioners  soliciting  trade  It was not our intention to convey1 to all parts of the world.     The popu-  such an impression, as we know that, lation 0f Canada cannot, he said, con-  Tizr7������o*l ^^erpVof!;r?hnSlJ,-������.������-������*��������� **������ ^^r i  they couW make on some brands! Radian farms and the establishment  'equally   well   known,   and   for   the. of a home market by protection Is no  Could Hardly Walk--  Without Resting.  Wtien you go to a physician to be  examined for any heart trouble onc of  the first questions hc asks is: "Aro  you short, of breath?"  Now, when the heart becomes affected there ensues a feeling of a  choking sensation, a shortness of  breath, palpitation, throbbing, irrcgu-  same reason that they recommend  Red Rose Tra, simply to give their  customers the best possible value,  Ini our letter we mentioned Red  Rose Tea because It naturally came  first to onr mind and because we  knew that grocers were se'llng It at  a less profit than they make on other  I teewR,���������T. H. E������tabrooka Co., Limited,  Winnipeg, Man,  benefit to the basic industry,  W.   tis   V.   1354  Disapprove Lifting Cattle Embargo.  London,���������Tbe Royal 'Agricultural  Society have refused to attend tbe  National Conference to be b*ld In  London, on the question of tbe embargo on Canadian cattle and deprecate the proposal to withdraw tht restriction.  r oi oppression and anxiety.  On the first sign of the heart be-  coming weakened or the nerves unstrung Miiburn's Heart and Nrrve  Pills are just the remedy you require.  They regulate and stimulate thc heart,  and strengthen and restore the whole  nerve system.  Mr Stephen Crose, East OWTordj  N.S., ���������writes;���������"1 suffered for fiv<" yr-a-s  with heart trouble. I could hardly  walk from the house to the barn  without resting as 1 usrd to kci so  thort of breath, Doctors could not  help me. My wife told me so get a  box of Miiburn's Heart and Nrrve  Pills and I felt better after takinff  thero:4hree boxes made me quito  welt 1 am now helping my son  to *ork tht farm, and can truthfully  ���������ay 1 feel like a differenl man."  Price 50c a box at all dealers or  mailed direct on receipt of price by  The T. Milburn C������s Umlte-i, T������f������  o������to, Ont .SBL  itiV'Ift ������������������  Mj!B!8B������HU*^  i-������l������^iaeWi^w���������'^^^*  BfipBjSjBSBro  THE CBESTOK  JBEVEBW  ���������   'Xtrnftm. I    <*s*������*%j!  MmX^~f%0,-}~&    *%%&&���������%&  o. 1  ������~ersonsu  Refrigerator Fob Sale���������Weight  850 lbs, $20.    F. K. Smith, Creston.  Hay For Sale���������Timothy, $30 ton.  eat- due Feb. 15th. H. H. Taylor Creston.  Mrs. CJ. A Hunt of Kitchener was  a week-end visitor with Mrs. Henderson.  Stove Fob Sale���������a-hoie McCiary  range, in good shape, $25. F. K.  Smith, Creston.  Lost���������Walking stick with military  badge on it. Finder please leave same  at Review Office.  Milch Cow Fob Sale���������Just  fresh  ened.   Apply   Hectet-   Stewart,   care  Robt. Stewart (Alice Siding), Creston  Mr. and Mi-s. Jas. Cook, who have  been holidaying at coast points* for  the last three weeks, rettu-ded home  on Friday. ���������  At the February Qieeting on Friday  the Presbyterian Ladies' Aid chose  Mrs. G, P. Smith as secretary for the  present year.  The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid announces a St. \ alentine tea and sale of  home cooking fop Saturday afternoon,  Feb. i2th, from 3 to 5.30., in Speers'  Hall. ,  The Presbyterian Sunday School attendance is keeping up around tbe 80  mark each Sunday, and Pastor James  is now making an effort to* organize  .-in adult Bible class in connection with  the work.  ,.*   TOrx^*.   mnejgiua,  Mr. and Mrs. John Da  Sask.. are spending a couple' of davs  with Mr. and Mrs. Cherrington, en  route home from a wedding trip to  coast points.  Rev. Dr. Eby left the latter part of  the week for Saskatoon, Sask., where  he was called on account of the serious  illness of his. brother who resides in  that city.  LtrasBER���������Common Boards, Diinen-  OU!_l,._  ���������cptni^iap.  -looring,  Manager Lov-eday of Creston  Fruit growers Union, Ltd.,  would like to hear from all who  will be needing.either fertilizers  or spray materials, in order that  the'TTmon'g orderfor these materials may be ample to supply  every need.  U mint gin Wiem  ncn uairy  PRICE:      2  7 Quarts f or $1  I solicit your patronage.  Bams  open for inspection  any day except Sunday.  WALTER  V. JACKSON  urop ssidmg.  Bevel Siding, at reduced pries, Write  or phone for priees. Wynndel Box  Factory, Wynndel.  There will be morning service with  celebration of Holy Communion at  Christ Chureh on Sunday at 11 o'clock  Rev. J, S. Mahood will continue in  charge of the Parish until such time  as a resident vicar is secured.  Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Long got  away on Friday to Oakville, Wash.,  where they will make their home in  future, with their son, Trennie, who  is in charge of the Northern Pacific  Railway depot at that point.  Mr. Asher of Ct-anbrook is moving  into the store next the Auditorium,  just vacated by S. G. Foreman, and  ^will open out in the bai-bering and  pressing lines. This will give the  town  three full-fledged barber shops.  Park Road begins i������~ loom np as  quite the residential thoroughfare..  This week T. Winch is completing  quite a commodious new residence,  and the carpenters ^are at work on a  small bungalow for B. Mill, janitor at  the Bank of Commerce.  President Bevan of the hoard of  trade was at Cranbrook on Wednesday for a meeting of lhe executive of  the Associated Boards of Trade of  South Eastern B. C, at which matters  in connection with the Trans-Provincial Highway were discussed.  The Imperial Oil Co. is this week  putting in another 6000-gallon supply  of coal oil in their tank here.   This lot  rxrxr.-0x.0~X.x-     mr-L.      1 O   fUST*       -L-..**-~.        - *   J V- ��������� _    -*  SC<.\������iui,s   nn-   jo,u-aj   -guiiutlS   ui  mi is ai-  lutniuant that has been, unloaded in  Dr. Ilsiey, provincial "dairy inspector, paid this district a visit at  the request of the city council.  During his visit here twelve animals were condemned and killed.  It was found on being put to the  test that tbe animals were affected  with tuberculosis In the case of  each animal killed the government  pays compensation to the value of  $50.00 per animal. Hit is to be hoped  that the government will again  send an inspector into this district  and make a thorough examination  nf everv animal in the district.  For the sake of safety for the children and adults the test is absolutely neecessary, as animals may be  badly affected with tuberculosis  and tbe owner be ignorant of the  disease.���������Cranbrook Courier.  Commencing February 1st, my  prices are as follows s  Men's Shoes  Half-Soles atid Heels - $1.50  ..*-'���������������������������     se\vn on - ---- 2.00  tacked on��������������� -��������� -1.25  -   Ladies' Shoes  Half-Soles and Keels���������-----   -$1.50  sewn on ���������-  1.50  ' tacked oftr^..  1.00  Youths' Shoes  Half-Soles and Heels.���������-' $1.50  sewn on������������������-.-  1.50  tacked on-- - 1.00  Children's Shoes  Half-Soles aud Heels������������������      75  "        sewn on      75  "        tacked on��������� *-     50  LeatheK.Toe Cap9; -���������25c. to 50c.  Copper Toe Caps, per pair ������������������35o.  Patches from 10c, to 25c. each.  Stitching from 10c, 25b., and 50c.  JACK JOY  SHOEMAKER.    Next to Theatre  Prices Promptly Reduced  Effective immediately the policy of thin store will be to  pass on to its patrons price reductions as fast as they are  announced by the trade on all lines of goods we   bundle.  While prices are coming down slowly, their   descent'  is none the less sure, as will be noted by   the substantial  reductions we make on the grocery section in a few lines  of "wanted goods."  MAWSON'S BEST TEA, w-ih S5c lb., now 75c Ih.  MAWSON S SPECIAL COFFEE, waij 65c Ih., now ������0o. lb.  BLUE BJBBON TEA, wa������ 7.5c. Ik, now 70o. Ih.  BULK BLACK TEA, wan H5o. lb., now  50c lb.  Watch rhis spice wieh week for reduced prieeH,  which we confidently expect u, be able to offer on many  of the lines stocked.  MAWSON   BROTHERS  Better Service  General Merchants  Lower Prices  tank iots, to say nothing of another  2000 gallons almost that has come in  in drums���������in !es8 than a year.  Jas. Adlard and W. G������ Littlejohn  were Nelson visitors the early part of  the week, on-business connected with  the Arrow Creek irrigation system.  The commissioners report great success in theirs can yass for signatures to  the petition that will ensure the hiring of an engineer to report fully on  the project^  'After being with the Hardware &  Furniture ,* Supply Co,, Ltd., since its  opening late in 1919,^M. J. Boyd has  resigned i-?-������t position, and is' going  back into his old trade of contracting  and building. The hardware store  and business has been purchased by  S. A. Speers, who will get possession  on Monday next.  In connection with the concert on.  January 25th for the benefit of the  health nurse apartments furnishing  fund, we are-asked to announce that  of the -intake of $110 the������-e~were but  two expense items, $25 for theatre  rent, and $5 for printing and advertis  ing. leaving a- balance of $80. which  has peen turned over to,the Women's  Institute,  NO PAPER NEXT WEEK���������There  will be no issue of the Review on Feb.  18. It is customary for us to -knock'off  for a week eaehyeai���������and next week's  the week. . The.oflBce will be.open for  payment of accounts,* etc., bnt no  work will be turned out, as the printery is the hands of.the painter and  decorator, who is dolling up the interior of the works.  Attention of the members of the  Women's Institute is called to the  fact that Miss Master's demonstrations in dressmaking, remodelling and  renovating will be on Friday afternoon and evening and :on Saturday  eyening. The afternoon session on  Saturday has to* be abandoned due to  the fact., that the hall i& taken 'for art  afternoon tea that day.  The dance under Conservative -auspices on Thiirsd&sjslast wa������>fatir!y well  attended, with music by a three piece  orchestra consistingof Mesdames Foreman and Lister and Mr. Chorlton. The  dance followed a meeting of Conservative Association, : the session being  just prior to the departing.of Col. Lister, |M.P.P., foi-ijbhe legislative session which opened at Victoria on Tuesday. . ..  For the Young'People's Club meeting on Fridav evening, Feb. 18th, a  mock trial will he the leading feature.  It will be a breach of promise case for  which learned counsel has been secured. The prosecution will be in the  hands of Campbell Dow and Rev, J,A.  James, while the defence will be looked after by Wi, Truscott and.Miss Vivian Moore.    This meeting will be at  the home of Mrs. ������>q\v. '?  '*-������������������-      >  Those who will-- be attending the  whist drive and dance under the nus-  pices of Creston local of the United  Farmers are reminded th it the admission ehargs of $1.50 per couple for  the dance and cards will include sup-  per. Lunch will also be included in  the 50c. nd mission to ladies, and the $1  charged gentlemen. There will be  four prices at whist and good music  has been secured for the dance.  At the Agi-innltural Association  dii-efctoi-f*' meeting on Thursday night  W, V, Jackson was elected president  for 1021. with Col, Lister, M.P.P.; ae-  leeteed hr vice-president, and R,  vValmsley le-appohited secretary-  -treat*urer. The prize list commit tee  has alreaidv got ���������dowu to work aud. a  list of the awards tdJ be made In the  needlework section at this year's fair  appears vlsewhrre In tblp, Issue,  Within the*-next ten d������y������ Oreston  will again Imve a- bake aliop in full 0\ -  oration. J. A. -Bryan of the Creston  Cafe, han leased tbe old City Bakery,  next tlfe HevieV office, and Ih haying  the overt modernly rebuilt In every  way, and linn engaged a ili-ut-class  bak������'r lo tako charge, Mr Bryan's intention Is to have his bread and paltry on wile at all the RU������ires as well hb  thr shop, and will tui/n out everything  In the bread and pantry line*. He  plaiiH to Ini open [|>i; hurtini'HS not later  | than Vssh. 2������mI.   ,  1 Practically tin*. itiHi-h meinbei-Hhip  i wiih out, on Monday night for the Feb*  , nmtv lu-W'ting of the LIU Nil Assoc!-  j ation, Tint roadH.arid bridges committee HtibmilUtl ������   cofpprt������hon������iiv������ report  epyering the work; that should be done  in this line this season between Kitch  ener and Sirdar. Withr some amendments their rt port was adopted anu*  the association's secretary* CF. Hay-  ������3, left on Wednesday for Victoria to  discuss these matters with the minister of public works, and while at the  capital will also interview the other  ministers on other subjects of vital  importance to- this en-dTof the Kaslo  riding.  year were also adopted, as follows:  O  Finance���������C;W.   Allen,  G*. Johnson,  R. B. Staples.  Publicity���������CF.  Hayes. C. G. Bennett, Jas. Cook,  Transportation���������C,   O. Rodgers. Ev  Mallandaine, F. H. Jackson.  /  Roads and Bridges���������S. A. Speers. A.  R. Swanson, Dr. Henderson.  Agriculture-  Jaekson, J. W.  -Jas,   Adlard,  Hamilton.  W,   V.  Though many have tried their luck  so far the ling fishermen have not  been successful in landing any of  these fish. ��������� ' *  Victor Carr is reducing his herd, of  beef cattle at present, and* is shipping  his'surpius supply to customers at  Trail.  Alice Siding school had its 1921 offl-  ".   Henderson   on  cia!  iron:  Thursday last.  Pruning operations have already  commenced, the first to commence operations being Mr. Kelly on the Ald-  efson ranch, who has W. H. Hilton  assisting bins.  Reclamation���������Guy Constrble. H. K.  Oatway, M. J+ Boyd, Jas. Cherrington  Municipal and Legislative���������C. B.  Garland, Geo. T?nung,' E. C Gibbs,  W. H. Crawford.  Irrigation���������Jas, Compton, R. Stark,  W, B. Embree.  ^Km^ar^^mm tSOX tSS-t JMiD      jH9k������V^      4a    Wh^A*<AS',',^A  President Bevan was in charge of  proceedings at the February session of  Creston Bnai-d of Trade on Tuesday  night.- at which a considerable^grist of  routine business was disposed^f. Another citizen was elected ta.member  ship in W. G. Asher. who is'.bgening  out here-in barber shop line. v Resolu-  tions to be submitti?d to the Associated Boards of Trade conventfo^-iajli'Pen;  tictori tlys month were .considei-;ed'  and finally adjusted for presentation  by^Pre8ident Bevan, who will represr  ent the Creston Board at the gathering. ������The standing committees for the  SiiOB  ��������� _3-^-     .;    * ��������� ��������� ��������� \  .  I am now fully prepared to  handle all work in both  Blacksmithing and  Woodworking.        ^  HORSE SHOEING  is a specialty with me.  My work is guaranteed to give  satisfaction, and charges  are moderate.  GEO. W. BIRD  GRADY SHOP  Fulmer & Earl's old-stand.  <@r  Stock-taMng is now completed and we  find   we   have   a   superior   lot   of  Remnants���������many of them  in suitable lengths���������in such lines as  * ���������. .   ��������� ������  *..*'.     "        '..������������������' i .       ,'    ���������        '. p. p    '���������  Sheeting  Cotton  Flannelette  Pillow Cotton  Print  **���������.' '      ;< \  Towelling  Muslin  To clear we have priced these to sell at  * less than cost.  Z7������ /\������ itrnxJi       M. Ef       Kmrnml       .WS^   ^^  GENEKAL  MERCHANT.  IT IS WIS  to have your car thoroughly overhauled and  every detail looked over at least ortce a year,  especially during the winter months, when the  time in which the car is laid up docs noff in- .  convenience one. We offer only the best in  workmanship and supplies;  AUTHORIZED FORD SERVICE STATION.  RESIGN SERVICE GARAGE  I   UDQATE BROS.  PHONE BI  ���������rfaaeemrM)  tm


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