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Array \  \_ Pr?lV^  v ess   \  if^nrtF*?~&xx 9Vl tm    i  /fl 0."  *" *" V  <������������������������    V-  ?V**   -'���������   -*  *'  nf-^iril '.  I  *  -%���������������'.'"  i-  ���������*3w>U~  -  1      ?  ~* ',���������������*  p*  ,        '    ."'I'  ,������S'  **toyt.  Vol. XII.  ORESTON, B. 0;; FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1921  No. 52  ,^  Surprise parties have been- very  much in, evidence here the past week  among those being Unexpectedly  made to play host and hostess being  . Mr. and-Mrs. Bagshaw, Mr. and Mrs,  ^Jackfe���������the latter home being invaded  bv a oartv faom  Erickson. ,On the  w- " *   ���������*���������* . x       ���������> - (  occasion of the -birthday of Mrs. E.  Thompson they were ah������o "surprised"  bv a company of friends. In every  case real, old time' social -evenings  were enjoyed. -  -���������*  , Joe Bell got back- on Sunday from  Cran brook, where he had been at,  a G, W, V. A, zone convention.  JVIessrs, McGee and Webb were at  Oreston on Saturday, where both  -���������poke at the irrigation meeting, urging that whatever project;' was under-  - -v _������������-..Cij    -L.e a  . idnvu   9iiuuiu   aeiieguiuu  of the Lister area.  An  important conference was stag-  jxit     nt;     tlio      Qr*Vir*ft-nllir&ttt2<&     nn      Atiin/li'aYr  ���������^.x        xm���������i 0 ��������� xr Xrxr. ��������� xrx���������.m.xrmmxix. .... p^r....^.^. y  night when Col. Davies, head of,the  Land Settlement. Board, -and Capt.  Ian McKenzie, M.B.P.. Vancouver  were here, with the latter the only  speaker however. T,he import of the  visit was to -give ,Gapt, ��������� McKenzie a  thorough insight into the local situation,  with i. .view, to* him inabing re  The  best attended and probably the  most satisfactory all round .meeting  -.A*       Xt.  ��������� II   ..S\.x%      .x-J      "T*t-. ��������� it..    C*~,.Zr.~mm  OA     Olie     -UlaSl-cai   allU    JLSl'ttUl&llC OOOICUJT  was on Wednesday of last week when  a mock trial was put on. Jack Head  was the prisoner, and was accused of  appearimg in Snake Alley on New  Years Day >u a suit of given pyjamas.  The prosecuting' attorny v*s*-as~"J. A.  McGee, while tlie defence was handled  by H. Christenson. Both proved eminent counsel but the judgement whs  against the prisoner, who was ordered  to forthwith sell the bright colored  garment to Sevan's-garage, which is  advertizing for cotton rags,^ -  commendations that will clear*up.all  from1 the poems of Bnrhs, the former's  A braw Scotch blythsome nicht the  nich) isn't putting it a bit" too strong  in describing the nicht wi Burns which  was the eoncei-t attraction at the  schoolhouse 'on Tuesday uight, and  which attracted a crowd that tilled the  schoolhouse to capacity. Dr. Henderson occupied the chair in excellent  Scotch fashion, while the programme  offered a little of .most everything to  be. looked for at a.gathering of the  sort. Qn the literary *ide lock Mae-  Kay of Lifter-, Hilton Young and Geo.  Davie   all   had   timely   contributions  BiHehener  Kitchener is npw well supplied with  stares. The newe^fcto open up in the  retail line is the nkm of Day & Lang-  lois. Mr. Day wWforfiierly employed  by G. A. Hunt, ./iljieir store is at the  Langlois^-esidencf*/    '  Airs." A. Oaiaei-sn and Miss Jennie  Belanger, of ' Crev$$pn--> were guests of  Mrs'. McGonegal jfrjjpnftple of* days the  latter part of-th%.Vvfreek.  Last week welkin unlucky one for  at "least two residents of Kitchener.  Mr. Pear-v-who 1*6^ working for Paulson-Mason Coi^istjstained injuries to  his -head that "necessitated sending  him to CrestonZia. recuperate, and a  couple of days" later while at work  loading lies W^C^-Forr-ester had the  misfortune to crac& a rib.  -4-i  the matters-in-which-there is a differ  enee of opinion between the board and  the settlers. " It is stated that brand'  new agreements will be submitted,  the new one to be" almost exactly,  similar to the agreements used in the  ssle of ordinary properties.  At a meeting of tbe Ladies' Axtliary'  'on  Saturday   afternoon   Mrs.   Webb  tendered' her "resignation ad secretary  and Mrs. John Johnston was elected, in  her s-ce-sd.  The* vacancy in.'the settlement coni  -appoi jstmetit^f-j?. -JB-T;<3anri,  ��������� - Shack 'hiOvingc-operatlons-are now;  .rotnplete and^-Sriake, Alley is deserted  Nxeept for the residences of-^Supt,-  . Rowbury and Vine. Liddicoatt,    /  Lister was well'"represented-at the  concert^'at Creston" 'Sfs 'well as the  Scotch entertainment' at Canyon on  Tuesday* fright, ��������� At Canyon' Mrs,  John Jofcnston^o,*!Jocks MacKay and  Duncan appeared ;to splendid-advantage: on the progrdinme..'-������������������ -**    >  *J There will* tie a change iti the enter:  tainment'.mehu this ifc'eek; frof"Saturday night" the attim-ti������0 isV'stag  party by the G^W.V.^At^hieh.the  married men , will 'fie allowed t<Vnani  pie bachelor hospitality, with-apecfal:  reference to eatables'; ���������%.;.; \ i '-''.    > ��������� -  An   error   was   m'au'e^jast week in  stating that Miss ��������� DeATri" of Victoria  had boeir- secured * th.'^t^Ue' charge of  ��������� Lister school.'. If he trustees have promoted Miss Clara Austed to the prin-  , , cjpalshlp, and.have jieciiied 5jiss Edna  Holnfiesl-fof ,Ci:eHtrin  iiR'teaxrher   for  ...DIvirion n>>%;^isa Ajiisted'j9,jjif0inotit)n  - \Uz app^OVQ������^byvihe ^nperintehdi ut of  -   ?e^jjcfitlon, und,is- highly���������i<ei-oininended  *', as,..*'a ,;te.a(t}>ier -lay   fprmer* insp<;ctor  interpretatijnijof the poet's "'SoldieV's  Return"  heimar  narticularly  effective.  *    ~ -r        - ] *       ,  In addition Us his. recitations Hilton  Young sprung a number of stories "oh  the Sifotiari?" in good style, andshared-  the evening's honors in this respect  fairly evenly evenly with Chairman  Henderson, whose bon naot had to do  with the scratchy malady of the clan  McPherson.     Bill Truscott  was   also  + %xrx..r.   Im.    .Sxrx    i.lnx...    t ..SSlrtr-  VI1S1C-111   vne ouvi ^ -x*~xt*Uf^  itZr?-  xJ*r,*  'An* ordinary General Meeting ,of the Oreston District  Oonaervtttiye" Anstipiatiun will  be lipid iii" tlie tfoiMHh"Hall, on  Thursday, Feb. 3rd  '���������>' ,. atKIGHTp.m.  '- The  business meeting will  be  *���������' followed by a  ������������������ y&J-NGklZ-'  ���������A."       ooifimorto'iii'rt ftt.lO'p'.m.  Admission to Dance: 75 Cants  , m  ena.lt,' niciucjiiig otippei%< J^idius ���������  ���������"One toofr^and -oot" is well worthy o*^  spenial,mention. ,Messrs. Young. Mac-  Kaj,- arid Trusc'oit alsio favore-fiV with  ]*^^^fH^^^  inieer hoijbrs ^ust-be^iVarded"**t(hfe!iHidi|  "ies.'-'MrsrGetV. Davie gave a pleasing'  "rendering^nf  **Afton  Wuter.'' "?,*Mrs|  Hilton Y������������nng was equally effective in;  her two numbers. "Bank's and Braes"  and  ''Mary  of  Argyle."     Mrs.  John  Johnston of- Lister sang  herself into'  the favor of all in "Scotland" arid the  ���������'Wee Bit Land."1'   The latter hnmbei-;  wa's rendered wit-h feeling and'eJetpres*  sion ati'*.!'evoked long and well deserv-  ���������ed/applawBe".. Jas'i: Dnncim  eif Listei-  was called .upon' thHt-the old-time Scot  had -hothirjg <m the present:ginierath������i;  of Scr>tianH,.in<the 'art of dancing, rthd  he ' crtMiiUtbly 'ao-^uiCled  himsiiJf ir������- a.  highland fling-to .bagpipe ucootnpani-  njent. .-,.G**o.   Davie   showed ' himself  equally, ptoflcieiit ih  the ai-tnf druin-  ���������Jrting���������on   both  bass- and'-snare-r-his  work with 1-j^e,;former being particularly spectaqiilar.     His effort on the  big drum was,to the skit] of the pipe**  whileVin the snaie. he was* drumming  to tbe piano and violin manipulated by  Miss   Sherwood   and   T. K.  Maw-mui:  Piper  Hoss.jn  full  regimentals',  was  heard to good  advantage on  nevet-al  occasions, and his instrument gave the  finishing touc-h. to the.last number on  the progratutne in .vvhich^he piped ir;-  ttKthe ball a trio in highland -itfBtuini',  oiie of whom catu-iod a miniature haggis ancl to which. Miss Annie iVIejRobb  reci|.ed the lime-honored addrpss-*-������u  indispensiblc-   bit  of  elocution at all  Burns'  night dinners. . In addltiocl to  her solo ntjmvbi'rs Mi-������, Davie also made  an exeellont accoinpanist for the other  vocalists.   Any mention of the evening wonld   be incomplete' without a  good won! for the. effort of Mr. Mawson,  who worked many hours ovei-  time in getting up the concert, but  who will hardly regret the strenuous  effort put forth after the great miccess  of the occasion.    Following the programme lunch wan served  tn all and  then there wiir a couple of houia' dancing.   After paving all expenses thei'e  is a balance of 1857, which goes to the  J piano fund.  Messrs. *3teis.  eri  arrived  last l^veek  end  are doing  assessment Wiirk ������{*n their claims here.  In the death of-James Frame, who  was killed in a .logging mishap on  Mnnday, Kitxthenea- has lost one of her  very best citizens'. vIt would appear  that while in the act of opening up a  skid way of logs .preparatory to loading, one of tbe.-������o!>. pieces of timber  broke away nnlyeipeetedly and in its  descent pinned him to' the -ground,  "c-rushittg. his--ltfe-oj.lt almost irtstantly',  Decease,'Wh.o" y&stp 36 years of age,  was -einpioyed���������bx>>3r������*nbr;;oIt Sush &,  Door Cor as foreman,  and had been  .    raie.Ur'     i.rx..x   ������,x~.  ���������*K.������   -X.....     ���������rxxxx,   m.rx..x.C  it   IVSIUCIII,  urio  x^-.p-wir*-    M<������ov xv,vxx    j xi... ki.  His wife predecee.sed himubouttwo  yeas-s ago. Tfse*7������aneral wns on Tuesday to the-afternoon train oh-which  the body "was "ta&en"' to   Nelson  for  L ^ IT   I m-"      m^X"l-  burial. * Rey.VJ- A." Janies tt>ok charge  of the.funera} services and every ennip  and, -utiH in iheTdistrict was chised  down, with nM these workmen togeth-  - ���������*'5--Si*^*Lrii-*2-i������^.*^^fi-^*3^"K-:r*- x-i.~i: JrJLL. i-Siiii  cert party, with an admission charge  of 75c, per couple. All proceeds go to  the Athletic Club.  A bunch of boys worked until late  on Saturday nignt clearing a streteh  of the slough of snow, and Sunday  saw all hands down .enjoying 'the  skating.  ri*\ jie.1.1!,    A-**..*.    ...-** %.....    ...   1-,,  H.H*:   xz.xi.-ixri.iC   xyeeuu   tvm n&yc sxit uli-  portant special session on Monday  night, at 8 o'clock���������before the regular  meeting, All members and prospe-c-  tive members are asked to attend, as  the bUbiness to "be disposed of is  urgent.  The Co-operative Fruit Growers  have started to put up tseir supply of  ice for ijext summer's use.  Ling fishers continue to report poor  luck, but are still optimistic -:s to big  catches a little later oa.  J, P. Brooke returned ft om Nelson  on Mond-ty morning.  .Wynndel Athletic Club have danee  at the Clubhouse to-night (Fridry), at  8.30. Gents" 75e. Ladies please priug  lunch.    You are all welcome.  schotiland maintain its efflcency isihee  l^vv^P^nln^Jiboiit ������������������ th;r^i*iyeatw*7;;:;*a'giK  deceased strikingly deihemstm^d^he.;  : :higlr-;StiiCnda:rd of citraenship he>believed ihi���������.*. Kitchenerv'has; iieyer had a  better, friend 'th^ri:. the -late - Jajnes  jFranie, -arid, -rightly .ihei-ited-is.-.'.-the'  uhiyei-sali-egret'felltvat his "nntirnely.  passing. '--Matiii-gei' S^epiiJejo^.the^.Sash  fie Door C< >.v aWngowitHMessrs':iHurit  -���������������������������-���������..'���������    - ���������",' "';-;���������-,* ���������'.'v'.     ���������;,���������'.'.������������������-.   *,     "������������������A;.-,.;        .-fa -yn, .,-,(���������*,.* f".-*f**"   \-. '    .,.<.  ^Howardvand ,Gei;<niiiv^iC'iy)n^an!i^^;tih^i  Scfehittiri8\Lto.' -Nelson- f~ij*iW:were;;preseii^*'  ia^ife;'funerttl^n'W*dh^dayiw''i-''>,v^  " Mrs. Charlie Huscroft was a passenger from "here the. latter part of ihe  week,.on a*trip to Calgary, Alta.  The Uqft^d Fanners whist drive  and dance at the Craigie packing shed-  on'TA-iday night-was a 'splendid success socially, and afrer paying all expenses there' will be a ������15 cash surplus. The wiuneis at carrss were Miss  Beatrice Dodds and Keith Littlejohn,  while the low scorers Were Mrs. Le-  veque and Earl Birney. sC<irds were  concluded just before eleven and were  ijbll������*wed- by;l������ia*chij^d^^  :dll^e:;with^jexc^^^  ������[$$04* ^raAft? "'TeV^m������inStees in'  ^*3rarge:<had.** everything well arranged  l3*'- ���������^*i.'':./** ...-"-i*.    r-.T* - ���������   -i       *.-0r...  'rr-  ��������� "4..^*./.-    V- ��������� <;*- ., y. *"*   *.  ' ahjd^:t^^affaii^:i^^*i^ho^ 08  Mrs. Whiteside was*a between-traio  visitor at CrestoriTon Monday.  Mr. Dennes returned to Spokane a  few days ago. after an extended visit  here with his son: Dick.  i������r. ana i������irs. tjnoppen nave renovated the old bunkhouse opposite the  water tank, and are occupying it as a  residence. He is learning ielegraphy  telegraphy with Agent Goodman.  Miss Stocken, the new principal of -*���������-,  Sirdai school, has created  a very favorable impression 'with  both  parents  and pupils-    She   bas about  fourteen  at present.  Sirdar started its new year church  going in fine style, Mr.Mahood having  a fine turnout 4tjkhe Sunday night  service.  Mr. and Mrs. McMasters and son,  George, were up from the Landing on  Monday, renewing acquaintances,  Mr. and Mrs. Whiteside returned  last week frora^a couple of weeks' stay  ^w|th Lethbridge. Alta., and Fernie  ftiends, They report no snow hardly  in Alberta, and the weather deeidedly  mild.  Yardmaster Loasby is also a patient  at Cranbrook hospital where be is undergoing treatment for one of his feet,  which, has been troubling him lately.  Mrs. Loasby's recovery is of the very1  best." and she -will ber-able to leJiye the  hospital early neat month.  The big timbers for the bridges ou  the Sirdatf-Kaskanook road are now  all distributed, and carpenters are at  work on the structure across Boulder  Creek.'  <3eo. Cam, who has heen at Taghum  for some time, has returned ,-to Sirdar  -.   ., , * ji ^   , r^- -  a-sd'gone to-workTA*n the-switch etsw.  JPernie has a  fever.  few cases*,   of  scarlet  J"  L.A'  Wynntiei  * - .ti,.-..,-.../,, .  iiP- *  Mrs. With'-rhead left a few days ago  on a trip to Cranbrook.   -  Mrs. V&iiAr.kefari i������ having a rather  disagreenblH tlmeuef it,from a touch of  bjlood poison ing In Inu- hand, due to  neglect of n hIIvoi".      . -   "*   '���������'���������-.!  nnfreqiiMUMl to britm a oake. %*' BiAl of Y.,,hk U"H "  wH'rifl  j viniior with  his family here.     They  G. A. M. YOUNG j are octupying Mrs. McKIiii'h house on  fteoy.-TroaH.   the Chamber* ranch.  0, J.  Wigen retyped on Saturday  ���������fi-orti- NelHon,  where he' *hafl"'b'ee'v.-ati  ten-dftV^  ''Qr6.wjuirs!A8sn*������i.ation.,*';-.^y  ' Thi^ local Su nday vschluvl xiast week*,  cpllei-'tetl $3, which! Iium,heei> sent as a  d-niatti'(n tothe European Relief Fnnd.  Paul Ofner left hn Satiirduy foi-  Needles,where he has taken a pole  and post o.ot)ti*act.     lie will be away  until early spring.  .. r "  . .. * . , ���������,_ j,  Mont-ad vyigen, Ken. and D, Dewar.  got back on Sunday   from   Calgarv,  Alta,, and report the winter   sports'  thoro not quite up tb expeVtHtHuiH,  Miss Merle Bathie ;is home again  after a", lh|;en months ptav with  friendH in Calgary. .She arrived on  Monday, *"  Tl^e Athletic .Club,,, eipiipment has  atarttsd to lin-lyo, . ��������� The flrat of It ie a  baaketbali set, whieh;$ut8,put into use  at the Monday night meeting,  Aahlwy Cooper & Sons loadecl out a  a dAv of applOH on Tiiestlav, Jt- was a  ������t)['aif<lit car of Johnathane. . ',;  Mr." and Mrs. P, Wall i-Pturnftd on  Sutui'day from Culgaf-y, after iiatay  of about tlirpe months in thifct city,  Mrs. TopllBet' arrlveel <������n Tuo������day on  a vldtt to her dnughtu'ig at the flehool-  bouse. '���������''       ���������'",. ���������' ������������������<���������    -t',''-*.'-���������'���������  ',*      '''*,*>���������  >-  ;'..1'ljf'e blfii <'Vent Ih billed (<>"' Friday  night,    Fob. 'lltlv to* start  at  T,i&  pioiiipt," ivlLl* ftli .kelioIoHiun of 7.1d,  ���������i'he programme will'bei-belwstov������r  ppt on In the Valley. Conceit will be  followed by a dance with the refresh-  inentu and invade suppled by tho non-  ptiiiili;: what this  . ���������   ^IHtture::/^..;;^  :'������������������pThp mind tliat conceived .tlie  iPeace Treaty of Versailles; the  hand that guided the destiniea  of. the "world* in the^dififk hours  before the dawn, haye -combined  ,'to create''  ..  ,       Z'- '���������*"���������  the greatest message oF love the  world bftB ktiown..    ,.  A drama of love and lust;  onielty and cottrage; the orass  and the f. artiatio welded by a  master mind into a ohwtsic of  modern lire; -  A Fox ftpeoial Production  .played by an AU-Star Cast.  STARTING  Adults    : :  ;,"'*���������  -*'*i*j* .-���������   ������������������������������������-'i -���������'���������     . v? *.,..  c������^*w*,***������*   ������������������  _. -mA-mmmmmmxm -ymmm a  8.30  . ���������mi*'  ~r_fm#*:  including Tax  Drama  JTR^krriiyQT  y i i\\jj~\ vxEjD i  Ooes tltCxSoul of*  wenian rule lite mM*  First and only motion  piftnrc $fey written by  JL TIGER o/PRANCE  ~~ ^f ���������    Um >'  jJivcctca bit  RAOVL A.WA^H'*  A-FOX^PECIAL^  See it at  ������������������ V Xj&t  :&bvi^^  ���������������? ������  S^SftS  -=, -0--  **1 toad a severe nttacfc ������I Eczema,"  Bays Mr. Michael Tapley of Radisson,  Saals. " My body was simply covered  With eruption. 1 had tried every salve  and slrin soap that money could bay before 1 bit upon Zam-Buk.  " 2am-Buk proved the very treatment  3 seeded, 1 used Zam-Bv-i Medicinal  Soap for bathing, and afterwards applied  th������ Zam-Buk balm in liberal quantity.  Soothing and comforting, this treatment  aeon brought omazing improvement. Persistence with Zam-Hieh re/.oit-td.in taj skis being  eompletcly cored."  use Zam-Buh for Cols. Wounds or Sores.  il~ httsliskg power i-sastonishtzx I 50c. all dealers.  ���������It's 7am~ouk  ������%>'  NEGLECUD COLDS Gema^S  ~-~8-~t. i������ Consumption  Unless a complete relief ta effected  It was hard to believe that Into this  place   of   fastness,   and silence, and  peace, had come    a    menace    which,  must be met if its harmony vms to be!  kept   unbroken.      Bui    well ~T>orkin |  knew that  he had enemies  who   in- j  tended ������o destroy, if    possible,    that  the'-'fefla^Ition" passerVkpidlV^lo  which he had wrought with such lov-   the   throat   bronchial tubes, and then1  mg labor.      And he    believed    they   to the lungs; "  would make, sooner or later, a unit-< You can't make new lungs any  ed effort towards this end. Well, all, more than you can make new fin-  he could do against the raiders was to gers or a new nose���������hence consump-  nght, and ne would at least do that.       i tion is practically incurable.  As he turned a bend in the trail, the;      But Catarrh can be relieved, except  saw Pa Washburn approaching from   in its final and always fatal stage,  the opposite direction.     The settler's  greeting    lacked    its old-time cheer,  Dorkin could see that something was  amiss with  his  old  friend.  "Dorkin,"   said   Washburn,   leaning  his long muzzle-loading  rifle against  rA^Ao^������roZOSTE  iuiniversai^  President Ebert Says Fatherland Haa  Escaped New Separation of  Lands.   -   .  On the* occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the proclamation of the  old German empire at* Versailles,  President Ebert issued a manifesto  saying in part: "This was.a long-delayed fulfillment of our forefathers'  wishes and despite the war we Save  bcen spared onc great misfortune,  namely, a new separation of German  lands. We hold fast together. In  this let us rejoice. ' ���������  Even if today we sorrowfully look  e  r  I  UiOWf  Th& Wisp  -%.   $ *%���������  SY ���������  ARCHIE Po MeKISHNlE  Printed    by    Special    Arrangements   with  Thos.  Allen,  Toronto, Ont,  % ' -*  (Continued.)  She was silent. *  "Tell me, Willow; why have you  avoided me for so many days? Why  have you not been near to boss me  and play for me on your violin, as  you used to?"  "1 have bcen near you, Dorkin,"  she answered, "only���������you didn't know  jt. Every    day    as    you    trekked  through the forest of the lower Preserve, Pve been close to you���������You  sec," she broke off wearily, "you're  such a���������you're so foolish, Dorkin, you  won't carry a rifle. I was scared  some of them might get you. So I've  trailed along."  nc sighed, ar.d, with an effort, iet  his arms fall to his sides. A whip-  poor-will from the leafy copse, close  at hand, sent its musical call out on  thc night. Far off, another fluted  call answered it. It was the world  ������Id note of the solitude, the call of  mate to mate.  "Willow, the Wisp," he said hoarsely, and held out his arms.  But she was gone, speeding like a  beam of starlight across the glade, to  the cabin beneath the trailing honeysuckles.  Dorkin was up at daybreak, but not  before Mrs. LaPeer, who had his  breakfast ready for him on his return  from his morning plunge in th<j lake.  There was work to be done, fences to  mrnd down in the lawer portion of  the Preserve, and he had asked Pete  to remain close to the inner enclosure  in order to keep an eye on the animals  th re,  Ac he rose from the breakfast table,  hc -said to his housekeeper, "Ple-ase  tell Willow that 1 am taking my rifle,  Mrs. LaPeer. and that I would like to  eeparaf.* thc cock birds from the hens,  in old partridge broods. They're  getting big enough to fight, and  strong enough to injure each  other."  Thc woman smiled,* showing two  rows of perfect teeth "Dat w 11 be.*  job to suit Willow, fer sure," sh said.  "She bk dat  kind of work, her."  Dorkin picked up his hat and opened the rifle-case in the wal\ He  frowned, as he lifted down ? beautiful  Httle repealing rifl , and absently fill-  ed its magazine with cartridges. On  principle, he hated rifl -s, because th y  were destroying agents, and life to  him was something which should be  protected and not  taken  lightly.  But Willow had said he was a���������  qualified fool, and he put a gr������ at deal  of dependence in what she -said, a?-  ways.  The fact that he went armed would,  m~s&&iJL JS3al%.X~.Jg~m~  Guaranteed to Reiieve  The purest balsams and the great-  a tree, "I was jest on my way up ter i est antiseptics are sent to every spot  see you. Things ain't jest right down' where     catarrhal     trouble     exists��������� _  in Lookup, no more-than they be up germs are killed, foul s< cretions are j toward compatriot's" wW un^illingTy  here, I guess."     The blue eyes look-   destroyed,   nature   is   given a chance   .���������      , ,   , ���������.    ,.  ed    pleadingly    into    Dorkin's.        "I   and relief comes quickly. 1 have been separated fror^ their kin-  wanted to ast ye if you've noticed Colds and throat troubles can't I dred and toward sorely tried Austria,  anythin*    strange    in.  my    conduct,, last    if    the    pure  healing vapor of I which    longingly   stretches her arms  ,a*n#r ������ a   r,    , ��������� ���������   ���������        ' ������^arrh������2i?ne   is   bathed���������sne< zing* to us and we to "her, we must be de-  Why,     commenced   Dorkin,   in   a   and coughing cease at once, because'  puzzle, d tone, "1 just don't'���������-���������" \ irritation is removed.  "What I mean," said Washburn-; % Use Catarrhozone to prevent���������use  eagerly, "is thar anythin' about me to it to relieve your winter ills���������it's  make you suspect my mind ain't jest pleasant, safe and guaranteed in  right?     Damn it all," he blurted, "in   every case.  plain   English,  you   don't   think   I   be;     Two months' treatment, large, size,  crazy, do ye?" .    - guaranteed to relieve, price $li small  "Why, certainly not, Pop," Dorkin, size. 50c; sample size, 25c; sold  assured him. * \ everywhere.  "Wall,   I'm   beginnin'   to   have   my ���������r== -,,,.. ... - '. __g?       T.       ^������t���������"���������i       '       ..-��������� s      x*.  doubts 'bout that/' sighed the settle?'     Dorkin-wrung    his    horny    hand    ttJ ,execUtl0nC"    f    ?he  "I take it that when a feller get. ter^Yot^ al^Vod ��������� by^Si Poo/' Ukrain������, ^ntly went on strike be-  seem thmgswnat ain't real.y thar., ne sai<j, "Vm awfu'ly glad to have cause 0l -tne number of victims senilis mind a.n|t what you'd call exact- you. *But>������ ne cautioned, "I want tenced by the Bolshevists, and the  ly.������ Z��������� ' ?nA   ,?;'���������      ^t-tf1,ed betY"   you to look out for yourself and not- latter had to advertise for volunteers.  termined to maintairi domestic unity. Even if political and economic  views divided us we are on one point  united, namely, frontiers shall never  separate us. .The'unity of the German fatherland is for us all an  article of faith and earnest hope."  1������f     t ���������       J ���������       ��������������� I   ���������    -      * .    * J ma-**      nv      awn.     V/Ul      IVI      JIVUIOX-U      auu     nv/  he en. d   wiping his face on his; get hurt.      Thc gang is drawing clos  sleeve     I ve been  seem    tm,, I   sure   er }n on us and getting more fearless  have -been seem   things, Dorkin .!. an the time>      You bc jumping1  ..fest,i*al?        "������?*������������<���������*, Pop?" right into dangerous ground.      Have  Well   fer one thing, I ve seen the   you thought it all out?"  same feller m two different places at       "You   bet   ye," grinned Washburn,  almost      the      same      time.      That yand,1>y gracious, I've got old Nancv  Timberley    chap,    it was.      Im right   Muzzle-loader,  here,  cleaned  up  and  down sartm  that  thmkm    bout  that   sighted, so fine l  bet  I  kin cut thet  sneak has  unseated  my  reason        It   wan   offin   Abe   Dalton's   nose   at  a  wasnt only once tt happened, either,   hundred yards, clean,"  but  three  or  four   times   by  Harryl       "You'll do." laughed Dorkin. "Come  Why, only  yesteddy,.    when     I     was   along, then.      Let's see what depreda-  dnym   up ter the station, I saw him,   tions, that gentleman and his follow-  plain as the nose on yer face.      He' ers have committecd during the past  was    fishm',    down at  White  Forks,   night."  Had  his  back   towards   me,  but   I'd, '   - .  r  me,  know them twerd  clothes    an'    that  CHAPTER XVTI.  1 was so tarnation mad that ! scar-1     Man mA-" shatter its life and bend  ed old Moll and  Bess inter a canter,   " to h.xs wi,1������ but n<ever may be hope  thrte    mile' to JeciP������er the mystery of the wilder-  A coat of dark sea otter fur, claimed  to be the only onc in Europe, was  recently offered for sale at $25,000.  $5j000 Limerick Prize  The winning of it can't ease the  pain of the corn, but "Putnam's" will  ease, relieve and prevent corns and  warts. Guarantee goes with every  bottle of "Putnam's." Use no other,  25c, at all dealers.  Tiiai Women Bea  WHEN 'aw  ** household cares  and the worries  fit everyday  life have dragged you down*  made you un  happy, and hi  there is nothing |jj  in life but  headache, backache and worry,  turn to the  right prescription, one gotten  up ' by Doctor  Pierce over  fifty years ago.  Dr. Pierce, of  Buffalo, N. Y.>  long since  found out "what  is naturally  best for women's diseases.  He learned it  all thru treating thousands  of cases. The  result of his  studies was a medicine called Dr.  Pierce's Favorite Prescription.  This meuieme is made of vegetable growths that nature rarely  intented for backache, headache*  weakening pains, and for many  disorders common to women in  all ages of life. Sold by druggists  in tablet and liquid form. Send  Dr. Pierce 10c. for trial package.  About 60 per cent, of the gross  profits made by industry in Great  Britain ss paid out in taxation",  In London during the Great Plague  of 1665 smoking was not only encouraged among the children, it was  actually-enforced, under severe penalties.  The first Englishman to settle in  Japan was a* sailor named William  Adams, who died there in 1620.  an  we   went   fer  about      ������.     ..���������.��������� ������.*���������������--  hell-bent-fer-election.       We dished a *2,ess~that    Something    which    holds  wheel cuttin' round a curve, an' I had God5s solitude in its allotted groove,  " fi --.���������*..   ter get out so's to fix it. An', Dorkin, so help me Moses, if standin* on  a hill, in a bare spot on the upper  trail, wasn't that same Timberley |"  He paused tc gaze anxiously up  into Dorkin's face. "Now, then," he  cried, "am I crazy er not? If I'm  not, how do you 'count fer him bt-in'  in two different spots at the same  time?"  and speeds it forward and on with a  1 whisper of promise heard and understood only of the wild children, whose  lives are a part of it9 sublime harmony.  On the shore of a small lake stood  Sagawa, the Algonquin, his sombre  gaze fastened oa^the. dim, tree-spiked  horizon, etched "like a grey line  against the background    of- crimson  UNION BANK MAKES SOLID PROGRESS  fl  Savings Depos.ts Again Show Marked increase.  There is no better proof of the confidence of the people in a banking  institution than to see the savings deposits in that institution grow from  .year to year. The 56th Annual Report of the Union Bank of Canada  covering the year ended November 30 th, 1920, shows a very satisfactory increase in^Saving*! Deposits, despite the many demands andf calls'that have  been made upon the people's savings during the past year. Savings Deposits now stand at $85,610,464, as compared with $84,376,709 in 1919 and  $60,144,940 m  1916.        . ~" . '���������  Dorkin cast a quick glance at his' ?mmovable as the drab rock ohtrud-  old friend. His eyt s did look a lit- ing f/om th,e. lake's Placid surface, he  tie wild, he thought. stood, watching the bars of sunset be-  "Simply an hallucination Pop," he ing ]ift5dJrom the skies by the misty  comforted. "Lots of peop!e have' ha.nAlof Manitou..  them. Undoubtedly, you've been When the. last tinge faded into dusk,  worrying too much about him, so you ������������ t?rne? slowly towards the forest,  must quit it He has a most dis- A,1.day the poplars had.whispered unagreeable way of malting off< know e?,sily' alIMday the firs had trailed thar  he's about, but he is simply riding for olly sP,kLes f disconsolately. The  a fall, Just leave Timb rley to me notes ������,f tlie ,fo,rest ��������� day-lovers had  Pop,"                                                          ' grown hushed throughout the late af-  He s'lapped the settler's shoulder so I cern?on;,     The mysterious Guardian, time in its history. ,   The  1920 bal-j  hard  that   he   winced.      "Now.  what   ^p,nt ^ the soatudes had whispered   ance sheet  indicates  that  the policy!  elu,?" lu  qUf tionid'    - I     WeriT"?id   Vh������ennindian know that' of the officials of the bank lias been to:  Washburn lean rd against a tree and'   . ** inman Know that  drew forth his rnm-rnh r*, nf7     viTvZ   storm  would come  that  night, with, build up a strong cash position, and,       * .  it deliberately, his seamed Pf ace Save    tcarlng ^������<> driving rain and des-, i���������    this    they    havc been successful.   Dl,cctor <>f man* othcr ������������I>orta"1 or-  his Wuc eyes troubled. ", i^^J1?.?,*?1^^ JJJ^ SUkC^   Liquid and cash assets on November;  _ u   i     .in**      -j.     ,    ,     ���������      -   -���������-.-   dui  intio n*> rnr*->ri   tnt-   tn    hie    iiot   30th, 1920, totalled $82,203,563, b-ing. -,  The difficult period of deflation  through which the country has been  passing has presented many difficult  problems to our banking institutions,  but it is gratifying to note that the  Union Bank is now in a stronger  liquid position than it has b.en at any  D. N. Finnie, both prominent bush ess  men who are well known in W stern  Canada and have a wide knowledge  of Western affairs tfh.ch will be of  great assistance to the Bank in its efforts to render the best backing service possible to Western Can;.<.l;*. Mr.  W. R. Allen, the new Vice-PnsL it  of thc Bank, is well known as the  Bcvfior member of the firm of Allan,  Killam   &  McKay,   Winnipeg,  and  a  "That leetle gal,   Dorkin," he said ' ������" V*f1    ^       ff *  Dberly, "Miss  Marsh,  I mean-she's   ������"' fn*c h<L,carec' for  min' queer.      She's lost her appotite   tlT* F,cat?r  St5rm  e roses in her cheeks are fadin'. * tadur*ft d. fof.^ng days  Harry, think of o person losin;   h������ .h������ld to the red tr?  appetite  up  hero I      And  often | wh*cnh, ^S^������\yct {? 8.18^,  h-r cyes.arc red like she'd been cry-1 ���������.Aun.d t.������"ni.tl *' 3u hu hard d<?,,Jc1.CVCIy  in'.      What  thc deuce Is thc matter I n,ght , m    11C    1?ush ?������ ,tw,!,6ht������ he I  ,'nnw?" ������ <er,| paused on the edge of thc forest to  lift  his arms  towards the skies and  ganizations.  During   the  past   year the Union  an 'the roses in her cheeks are"fadin'    ������adniR;<d for long days and nights, as. liabilities to the public as compared! service to its clients    with    over eas  Lord Harry, think of o person losin;   ..L^iA0 ..l.-.^l.. ^f-A*        cnd of������ with the ratio of 47.23 per cent,  in, connections as a result of th  1919.  i  d' yc s'pose?'  Dorkin's face grew grave.     He be  at least, put her fears concerning his '' body's in bed, an' supposed  ������afety at rest. asleep, I hear him slippin' o  lieved h    knew what was the matter   i?cft hiM)ro,m^ anC^ t0 the spirit  but he did not attempt to enlighten������ ������fM-,Si wl"to brother.  Pa Washburn fninjiiien       Night    fell    .black and silent, un-  "An������ then there's her uncle," con- i ?5'rced ^y ? f:n,glw sftar' I".,lis ?ldn  tinned thc settler. "He's got to tcpci' stretched before a tiny blue  actin������ qu. er, too.     Often when . verv- ��������� a,n.ud8������ l������ bar 0UJ thc -swarming mos-  Thc mosres and Ferns were dipping  dew, as he followed the trail to the  Iowt Preserve:*, Above, and fast-  ward, .he, skicn were shot with the  colors of morning, and far across the  sloping valleys Old Creation Hills  lifted frowsy tips to catch thosc rain-  tow tints.  D#E>tfS ^  ������kr:D-*'i ^  %frzp\im-  fee, 'l>v*-  ���������9KT  SSBS"  ���������WS"  W.   W,   IJ,   1352  Oftrn when ��������� very-  t'-r    be  outside in-  m suppin' outside in-  Almos' every nipht  I'm   a light sl-r-eper,  ter the woods  this    happens.  an' I har him, Once I was gettin'  up tor foil- r him, thinkin' hc was  maybe one of them sleep-walkers an'  likely to walk off the shore intiT thc  lake an' get drowned, bnt Ma ghe  hpcr-vd mc an' made- rne get back inter  bed ag'in. 1 had ter fib ti'l I sweat,  in order to satisfy her that I didn't  have walkin' nightmare. Me  thunder!" he ended dolefully, "is it  any wonder that 1 am a leetle toched  in the head?"  "Miss Marsh in likely worried about  ber   uncle's   health,  and   this   aff cts  her spirits," said Dorkin;    "and    tho  uncle is thc victim of an acute nervous disorder, and goes out this way  because he ia unable to compose his  mind  to  eler-p.      You  mustn't   let  It   ������������-������ *���������*.������-,,������.���������),>.������������-  bother you, Pop," he admoniahrd.   "I   KhSHk*  want you to get your nerv.< buck if, SA^TM*  you    are    coming    in to work over  SKiuS^ntfwS  (To bc continued.)  FORMER ACTRESS  Tells Secret of  Beautiful Skin  Now i' by P^H La Sage, Famous  - "���������- -' For Rich Complexion  Gives Valuable Advice  Hard woods Preserve with    tnc������   this  morning,"  "Uy fcinger, that'-* what I'd like to  do right  now," cried  Washburn, his  .1 .. _. \ ^m*. a. m  a. . .   ..        1.. at m.  m '**, *  You have never  In all your lifo ufiefl  or hoard of any*  thin* lUco Jt. V/ill  ���������mttlieo m������iday eom-  rlA-xtonn, Hollerw-  oefia.redBixitii, -plm-  plan, btaokhosda*  ���������uruptlonB, bin  rn  e extension of facilities made possible by the  . formation of the Park-Union For i������n  Two new headings appear in the, Banking Corporation, which is jointly  statement this year winch were in- owned an<l controllltl by the National  eluded in 1919 under "Current Loans Park Bank of New York and thti  in Canada." Onc of these, "Demand. Union Bank of Canada. The Park-  Loans in Canada Secured by Grain," Union ift buijding up a permanent and  amounting to $10,732,755.47, shows profitJib,e bus.ncss in thc Eust and  plainly that the Bank has been rend-   ha3 branchcs   ln   Yokohama,   Tokio,  and New York.     The  ion Bank in this con-  ernments and Municipalities," and  amounts to $7,648,176.39. These items  when totalled with "Current Loans  and Discounts in Canada," show  $88,230,716.79 or 1,96 per cent. Increase  ovcr 1919.  Tbe Directorate of thc Bank reccnt-  been invaluable in assisting Canadians to open up busin s������  relations in the Orient,  Thc Union Bank now has 393  branches which cover thc entire Dominion and is thus in a position to  give banking service second,to none.  In addition to its branches In Canada,  ly welcomed two new members in the- thc Bank operates its own branches in  persons of Messrs. G. M. Black and, London, England, and Now York.  pmnvnr, vaMqpe,  mM\t,triufintiC<i,~\<:tr,  ���������r-PBmunorln--t.ru-  meret, not); n-* to .  ���������wnikrtf.  Ml MtUiodt now known art oust ~t*~~,  r������. u h0.m������ wi**������.pr������.���������,a w. fi ttaffl!sarJSftJSBS������**s  Ut v- | fay rot-urn nuUl tn ������t-ssio ������ovtr# f r jwx - . Brest-Aid.  Torot)to# Can.  old    ftpiritft  i, is ho  pot flghtln' ������ bu������h fire'up In ihr  i������le.     He kin look arter my work ������t   Petri La Save, limit-hl  .tilt ll_Py-H^'"" '" hi'K\    alAjIBtfwi,  JU8t  Imagine r,:,-:,1:,1--^:1, ;;"������������������;,, ���������':,���������;  The delicious pictervca you would m������l(t il you could walk out into ��������������� orchard ol  Ono Thovmntl Acr������a of ripo, lusciou* truii, tn thn pink ~l condition, nicktUB only  the chotceitt ming notHinv with it but pure cone nisi***, nnd il, in nduitioii, you  had the moil tcitnti-nc machinery to turn it out���������Don't vou &:s!������ vour lana would  bo iu������t about perfect I    Ihir  !��������������� *)unt*how  E.  D,  SMITH & SONS, Limited  MAKF. THEIR "JAMS  AND JELLIES  Than  wit- tha Aral to mah������   Pure Jama  in Cnnada, tod *r������ atlH teadlnt  la popularity.    Try a tin ol their new aeasona at raw berry. _ It ia, tdeucioua,  Aah your ������roc������? toi- B. D. Smith'e Jam* with tha Moptf t������nl label,  Bo D. Smith & Sone, Limited   ^,Sro������W ������tf*SSSSvm>  Weatern  Dtatributora  Wauosi -. TrueadaUj Wlralpep, Reclno and jSaakatoo-n, Hatk.  Calgary and Edmonton, Alta.  '' i>.j|^*"ii^if ^.zrA  m  um ������!~pmmw^9^W^ZZ  TITO     REVIEW.     CUESTO'Nr.     B  ri  Bo Not Like Blue  Freacfa Scientist Says Flies Hate This  Color.  According   to    a French scientist,  r flics have intense hatred for the color  blue.      Rooms decorated in blue will  help    to; keep    out flies.     A room  sweetly perfumed and decorated with  World Happenings.  * H J9 m^rn -am mt~ M ���������   *  B UIU  Ut.-mi.x~  U4UC    CMS  Xtxrx       --....I I Im.���������  m���������rxX.C        in        r*..���������rx  txtVAXXX,     XO     aKX*x.  to drive flies away. Flies do not like  oil of lavender, so that.if equal quantities of the oil and wat-ar are put in a  common glass atomiser and sprayed  around rooms where flies are, they  will disappear. Geranium, heliotrope,  mignonette and white* clover are also  offensive to flies, and they especially  dislike the odor o! honeysuckle and  hope blossoms..-.,-...  Advocates Bee-  Keeping in Manitoba  "Honey should-- be to Manitoba  what maple syrup is to Ontario,"  Hon. George Malcolm, minister of  agriculture declared at the opening  8es,sion of the Manitoba Bee-Keepers'  Association  convention  in  Winnipeg.  "We are facing a time, when little  things are going to count on our  farms," he said, "and he regarded  bee-keeping as one of the most im*;  portant things' to be taken up ia  Manitoba."  A Gorgeous  Xea Gowaof  Printed Velvet  $100 Reward, $100  Catarrh is a tocal disease greatly influenced by constitutional conditions. It therefore "requires constitutional treatment.  HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is taken  internally and acts through the Blood on the  Mucous Surfaces oi the System. " HALL'S  CATARRH MEDICINE -destroys the foun  dation of the disease, gives the patient  strength by improving the general health and  assists nature in doing its work. $100:00 for  any case of Catarrh tha* HALL'S CATARRH  MEDICINE  fails to cure.  Druggists  7Sa      Testimonial's free.  F.  J.  Cheney  & Co.,  Toledo.  Ohio.  Womcn_are changeable,  monotonous.  Men are  Tho Man With Asthma, almost  _Jongs for death to end his suffering.  "He sees ahead only years of endless  torment with intervals of rest which  are themselves fraught with never  ceasing fear of renewed attacks. Let  him turn to Dr. Kcllogg's Asthma  Remedy and know what complete relief it can give. Let htm but use it  faithfully and he will find his asthma  greatly benefited.  HOW TO BE HEALTHY  DURING THE WINTER  Many Troubles -May be Avoided if  the Blood is Kept Pure.  Do not let your blood get thin this  winter. For people who have a tendency towards anaemia, or bloodless-  ness, winter is a trying season! Lack  of exercise, lack of fresh air, and a  more restricted diet are among the  things that "combine to Idwcr the  tone of the body    and   weaken    the  *   * ������  Diooa.  As soon as you notice the tired  feeling, lack of appetite and shortness of breath that are warning  symptoms of thin blood, take a short  course of treatment with Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Do not wait until the color has entirely left your  cheeks, until your lips are white and  your eyes are dull. It is so much  easier to correct thinning of the  blood in the earlier stages than later.  This is well illustrated In the case of  Mr. B. M. Day, Newcastle Bridge,  N.R, who says i "From my own experience with Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  i can most heartily recommend thera.  Some time ago f was badly run down  and -, my blood seemed thin and  watery, accompanied by the usual  symptoms of this condition. A friend  recommended Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills, and after taking several boxes I  felt like a new man.  You can procure Dr. Williams Pink  Pills through any dealer in medicine  or they will be sent you by mail at SO  cents a box or six boxes for $2.50 by  writing direct to The Dr. Williams  Medicine  Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  The Arabs have &... proverb that,  after whistling, the .mouth is not  purified for forty days; they consider  it the most unlucky sign that can  emanate from human lips.  Learnings to be content with what  we have is what jolts most of us.  Healthy,  Happy Boys  and Girls  IS your child healthy? fa  he or she up to stan*  dard weight, of good color,  with plenty of rich, red  Iblood to nourish the growing tissues?  For children who aro thin,  pale, anaemic, under weight  nervous, restless, sleepless, Dr.  Chases' Nervo Food is of tho  jrreatest benefit imaginable.  Being mild and gentlo in action, and yet wonderfully patent as a restorative, it soon  makes the blood rich And builds  up tho fceble nerves.  10 canta ��������� bat, ��������� for ~-.1-, tn dMtars, ���������-  8-liaanMa, UatM A Os* Ltd., ToroatetT  Dr.Chase's! j^^  Nerye Fo6cl ^-iM?  A re<5 moon is one of the most cer  tain  gales  indications    of Strong winds or  Itch Cured In 30 Minutes.  ... Wolfords Sanitary Lotion will cure  in 30 minutes, 6cabies, or what is  knovvn as Itch, Mange, Prairie  Scratches, Texas Itch. Seven ; Year  Itch, and all contagious ..scratches.  Sold by druggists.  There have been 600 cases of smallpox" in ~the Dominion in five months.  The Japanese Crown Prince is planning an official visit to England next  March.  The French ministry has decided  to suppress" the department of food  supplies. v  There is increasing agitation for  fusion with Germany, on the part of  Austria; .  , \.-toria, B.C., unemployed ���������'- are  threatening trouble if work is not  fort   :oming.  A board of arbitration will settle  the dispute between the Canadian Express Company and its employees.  A large part ,of th* noted French  racing stable of the late William^ K.  Vanderbilt will be brought to the  United States this year.  Stock breeders in Ontario commend  the statements of Hon. E. C. Drury  with regard to "broadening" the policy of the farmers.  Brantford Ministerial Association  has placed' itself oh record as*being  strongly opposed to the importation  of spirituous liquor into Ontario.  The question of profits from army  canteens will be taken up with the  Federal Government by the G.W.V.A.  at the forthcoming, legislative session.  A-Pennsylvania man says he has  increased the laying capacity of his  hens 100 per cent, by putting aa  alarm clock, set for 4 a.m., in the  hea coop.  United .Farmers of Ontario are  much incensed over the recent statements " of Hon. Mr. Drury, to the  effect that the farmers should not  enter politics as an organization.  Myron   T.   Herrick,   formerly   am-.;  bassador to France, has been elected  president'of the Aero Club of America, succeeding CoL Jefferson DeMont  Thompson.  New York State Prison Committee  opposes the building of a "death  housc^ de luxe" in Sing Sing prison,  claiming the $320,000 appropriated is  too much to spend on such a build-  ��������� ' ���������    ���������".'>'        ���������'���������"���������*���������*������������������ '���������-.-  ing.  Redactions In fur prices at New  York are indicated by auction sales  now being held- Average declines  were from 30 per cent, on northern  otter to 70 per cent, on' southern  muskrat.  ���������^ (f\e%x  You will immensely  improve the tastiness  of dishes and add "tremendously to their  nourishing; value if  you use plenty of  OqQ^QQ ^^������^QJ ^S���������\\\~~0m\~\ tfSSH W^Sl  MTU'  Proof.  "Say, pa, I had a fight with Jimmy  Green today."  "Did you whip him?"  "Gee, pa. ain't I tellin' yoa about  it "���������-Boston Transcript,  Praise For Canadians  Duke   of   Devonshire   Was   Struck  With Spirit of Canada During tho  Dark Days of 1918.'  The Quebec Women's Canadian  Club was addressed recently by His  Excellency the Duke of Devonshire,  who spoke of the accomplishments of  the, League of Nations. Referring  incidentally to his tenure of office in  Canada, hc saidjhc was proud to have  been associated with the Canadians  during the great war. If there was  one thing that struck him more particularly in this connection than anv  other, hc aaid, it was thee spirit manifested by the Canadians In the dark  days of 1918 when the Germans  broke through the Allied lines in  France,  A vote of thanks was moved In  French to His Excellency by Madame  Jules Tessicr, who affirmed that the  French-Canadians were loyal adherents to the Crown and ended by saying that its special representative tn  Canada, one of the old aristocracy ot  England which had never neglected  its national duties, had himself lived  up to the motto of "noblesse oblige."  By Gertrude Beresford.  Oriental in its coloring, this attractive tea gown is fashioned from most  beautiful printed velvet. A rich magenta and a Chinese blue are the dominating colors, although the outer  petals of the flowers show various  reddish tints that are most effective.  The gown is distinguished by very  simple lines, for when such gorgeous  fabrics are used no fanciful trimmings  cr intricate styiC arc necessary. *. tic  long, square-cut train falls from the  shoulders, and as its wearer walks  about the lining is readily observed.  This is a heavy satin in the new redwood shade that is akin to henna.  For Sprains and Bruises.���������There is  nothing better for sprains and contusions than Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil.  It will reduce the swelling thai follows a sprain, will cool the inflamed  flesh and draw the pain. It wil! take  the ache out of a bruise and prevent  the flesh from  discoloring.  In A Drug Store.  Young Lady (in drug store).���������One  postage stamp please. And would  you mind affixing it? I have oa a  veil.���������New York  Evening "Post.  To have the children sound and  healthy is the first care of a mother.  They cannot be healthy if troubled  with worms. Us* Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator.  A waste-paper dealer in London  who purchased a quantity of waste-  paper from a bank for the sum of  sixty dollars has discovered among  it envelopes bearing rare old stamps  which  he has sold for $45,000.  Faint and Dizzy Spells.  Weakness and  Shortness of Breath.  ^..Seamen have observed the glow of  Rio de Janeiro, a city famed for Its  brilliant illumination, 100 miles out  at sea. ,  SMOKINO TOBACCO.  Natural  leaf   burhy   smoking  to*  bacco,   S   lbs.   for   $4,00,   delivered,  CHAS.    BARNARD,    Leamington,  Ont.  You can generally tell when the  heart is affected by the faint and d;zzy  spills, the shortness of breath, palpitation, throbbing, irregular beating,  smothering sensations,'weak, sinking,  all-gone feeling, choking sensations,  etc.  Many men and women bccome,xun-  down and worn out when otherwise  they could bc strong and healthy if  they would only pay some attention  to the first sign of heart weakness.  No remedy will do so much to make  the heart regain strength and vigor,  regulate Its boat and restore it to a  healthy and normal condition as Mil-  burn's Heart and Nerve Pills.  Mrs. C. A: S. Drake, Paris, Ont.,  writes:���������~'I have used on towards the  -second box of Miiburn's Heart and  Nerve Pills and find they have done  mc good, I had those fainting,  dizzy spalls, once in a while, and also  weakness and shortness of breath, and  wou^d become so choked up at times  I could hardly sleep without sitting  up in bed. When walkjng too fast I  would have to stop and try to catch  my breath, I feci a lot better since  I have used your pills and know that  they have helped mc wonderfully as  I have improved very much,"  Price  50c a box at all  dealers or  Origin of Word "Tariff"  ^tmmtmmtm^mmm  Ships Passing Fortress of Tarifa Had  ;. to Pay Duty.  Southernmost in the Straits of  Gibraltar, and commanding the entrance to the Mediterranean, stands-a  fortress upon a promontory called today as it was in the days of the Moors  ���������Tarifa. It was the custom of the  Moors to watch from this point all  merchant ships and to issue from this  stronghold and levy duties according  to a fixed scale on all merchandise  passing in or out of the straits; and  this tribute at Tarifa was called by  the maritime men a "tariff," and the  word became current in England,  whose vessels then, as now, formed  a majority of tho'se cleaving the seas.  New Road Across Boundary.  During the first week of the New  Year an additional link of asphalt  road was completed and officially  opened on the Canadian side of the  international . boundary, which will  shorten motor travel between Vancouver to Mexico and to Florida by  about two hundred miles.  Da, not allow worms to sap the  vitality of your children. If not attended to, worms may work irreparable harm to the constitution of the  infant. The little sufferers cannot  voice their ailment, but there are  many signs by which mothers are  made aware that a dose of Miller's  Worm Powders is necessary, These  powders act quickly and will expel  worms from the system without any  Inconvenience to the child,  Va..m Granulated Eyelids.  B- SSSJaB^ Eyes snfJ-sroe-i by e~p~~  *3ureioSss.Sh:&!asd$ln���������  Suickly relieved by Mods*      yeBenetfy. No Smarting',  ~~~-f ���������"" ===9" ju*l Eye Comfort. At  ffe-ar Drossfet* m by mail 60c per Bottle,  roi ~\~~\\ el tbe Eye free writ* ~ w~*  ~m~~.~m~i -~y*~ ii������ra-a-iy ���������e* CMces������.  MONEY ORDERS  Dominion J&xpress Money Orders are on.  mt.\. is *���������**������������������ thousand ofcees ���������Ujroujjhom Can-*  ada.  CHOICE SILVER Black Breeding  Foxes.  .      Instructions. Reid  Bros., Bothwell, Ontario.  AGENTS WANTED: BLISS NATIVE  HERBS is ~ remedy for the relief oi Constipation, Indigestion, Biliousness. Rheumatism, Kidney Troubles. It is well-knovirn,  having been extensively advertised, since it  was first manufactured in ISS8, by distribution of large quantities oi Almanacs, Cook  Books. Health Books, etc., which are furnish,  ed to agents free of charge. The remedies  are sold at a price that allows agent- to  double their money. Write Alonzo O Bliss  Medical Co., 124 St. Paul Street East, Mon-  real, Canada.      Mention this paper  The "dhole," the red wild dog of  Northern India, is a most dangerous  creature.     Hunting in packs,   It   will  SKIRTS  ACCORDION.   BOX, or KNIFE  PLEATED  Or Repleated, Price $3.50  This price includes making  or remaking, sponging, new  belting, cleaning and return  charges.  Makes old skirts as good ns new.  Satisfaction   Guaranteed.  Mail   Xt  To-day.  BROADWAY GARMENTS, ltd.  34S McDertnot Ave��������� Winnipeg, Man,  "Weeks*  BreakUpACold  KTABLETS nrr them  'Pfi/CE 2$*  mailed direct on receipt of price by I attack   any   living    thing, even that  The T. Milburn Co.,   Limited,   Tor-1 jungle Icing, tbe tiger,  onto, Ont.  ������The eggs of the albatross average  about a pound In weight, and are  much esteemed by sailor* when they  can get them.  \%itMr*srtmr������mm<*.+  w, n. o. \m  The curvature <t}\ the earth lo such  that a straight line a mile long would  be 2.04 Inches from the surface at  either end.  Minard's Liniment For Diphtheria.  Time ts of no value to a man who  fads to use it.  Oysters feed only at about the turn  of high tide, and the habit of opening  periodically persists even when they  aro out of water.  Flowers growing in the Polar  glons seldom have any perfume.  Minard's Liniment Por Colds, Bto.  Cook's Cotton Roof Cmnpotml  AjHt/*% tr.Uablfrt(r-l.Un$r  ���������mctftotM.  Bold. In vUMi dw  **,���������*. W������ N?. 8.JW p������rbo%  >I4 by all drafsUU, dr ���������<������������������*  Ytmi patspblit. AdehtMl  THt COOK MtOICINt CO4  iMMTMrc. Vm-m^wum**}  ���������������ww.,.!.,,,...!!.,,!.*. .������������������������ ...11..1.- ee*.  BOOK ON  OOO . DIB BASES  ���������m������ Haw ������������������ JK-Mjf  UAiit-i  fa**'**W; tor  efc-Mf-MtJ   ~f  tit*  ���������_������t  kZ  vtt  IIS     W-NM     ll������l>������tr*eH.  ff0e   V#*#!li  fIt'9-i'Aw  / x^^^.iifvmvrmx.AVx-'.-i. ���������  ,^������������^MM������K**^**K^  ���������fctaaBaBMaanffl^'Sii^  BER  IHE  CKESTCR   BEVIEW  xt  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance.  tL.r~  sv*~. ��������� ~ try   f-*t- .        .  .-������o.tA/ to U.S. points.  C. F. Hates, Editor and Owner,  ORESTON,  B.C.,  FRIDAY,  JAN. 28  LETTERS TO THE ED!  JOB  Soldiers9 Memorial  Wynndel, Jan. 25.  Editor Review: ..  , Sir,���������It has occurred to me that  the commencement of another year  is an appropriate time to draw the  attention of the community to con-  aider of the Soldiers' Memorial,  with the object of arrivingat some  definite decisien and getting something done.  Incidentally I may say that it is  not very much to the credit of the  Creston Valley that the matter is  still in abeyance, while many less  prominent,' less prosperous com  inanities, have got their memorials  erected. For example, Edge wood,  Proctor and, Phoenix.  may be a very desirable thing to  have, but I would ask you, sir, if  any building of that sort would  carry out the idea of a memorial ?���������  I would suggest that the first  essential of such a memorial must  be that it should speak for itself to  every passerby, arid further that it  should be of such a nature that it  can never be forgotten what it was  erected for; what it represents; that  it shall not only call to mind those  who lost their lives in the cause of  liberty and civilization, but the  fact that so many amongst us (who  happily   are with   .us  ovtsi/  were  I   understand     that  certain  amount of money has been collected, and that further amounts have  been promised, and that a considerable proportion of these contributions have been made or promised on the understanding that a  memorial of what I may call (for  want oJ a better expression) a  memorial character , should, be  erected.  The hitch in the business appears  to be caused by some of the members of the community who are  desirous of taking advantage of  the general desire to- memorialize  those from amongst us who lost  their iives in tne service of their  country to secure something which  they want���������such for instance as a  public library.  ISTow   a public  library, or a hospital,   or  something ~of   that sort  equally willing to lay down their  lives for the same great cause; that  it* shall remind us and force upon  the attention of our children aud  our children's children that we are  members of that great dominant  race which has built up the British  empire; that we shall inherit the  glorious privilege of saying, "I am  a British citizen," and always be  reminded of the duties that splendid inheritance demands.  And I would ask you again, sir,  if you consider a building of any  sort would carry, out such .a purr  pose. B. BUTTERFIELD.  Presbyterian Mnnuei  The Presbyterian chinch was well  filled with members and adherents  on Monday night for fche annual meeting of the congregation. The Pastor  Rev, J, A. Janietfs. conducted the opening exercises, after which H. K. Oafc-  wa-y was elected chairman of the  gathering.... .,        ��������� .,.     ,.  As the church had, been pastoiless  for at least eight months of the year  the financial, statement was limited  but showed that every obligator) had  had been met, and there was a surplus  to the good. Since Mr. James'arrival all the old time church activities  had been resumed, and fur the first  time in thj$'cohgregation'e .history-a*  board of elders had been installed in  office. VVoi'k has been re-opened at  Wynndel with a. very satisfactory, attendance, while thi* cougi-egatious at  Creston equalled" the best the church  tuts ever kuow-nj- -A "���������&'���������"'" ZZ "':--  *...-Thty^-epi)i/t-ot   the -Stiiulay-sehool  ���������;P - ���������.-.*.   '-'ii    iP?^p.:-P:'i''"''-%^'-^P'    "'"J':PZP-.   *'>'.'  showed   that despite the varying foi--~?  tunes of the congregation during the  year ^the average attendance was 52, ,  and_of latea has always been over the ;  60 mark,   with  a j������taf������ of eight teach-!  ers,     The   Ladies' Aid has a member- j  ship of 25,  ahd during *the  year has j  raised   almost $750,   much   of   which  had    been   spent   in   lenovatiug   the  manse.     The Mission Band had raised  about $80 and  had  spent  most  of it  either  on   missions or supplying new  hymn   books for the  church.    A new  girls' organization, the King's Daughters, has also come into being,  Messrs, Oatwav and McAlpine are  the new managers, and a'^ng with  J. F. Ro8t\ Dr. Henderson, J. R. Miller and S. ~ A. Speers constitute  the board of management for 1921,  R. R. -Piper was unanimously re-elec  ted secretary-treasurer,  See Our Shelf Hardware  i"" mi; " wii-iii | ii   .��������� 11 ��������� i- ��������� 1"'J'''������������������''''", J ^"'" "���������'" ������������������������������������-���������������������������.^^ ������������������������������������ ������������������������������ ���������! ��������� i.���������. ��������� ih    i     i ,iWi,M m ��������� >,.-������������������ Tlll.rii.Ljiii j- in nm ���������i* *     ii . ii i    "i   ;    i"      _  ._  y   _;  Walk in and look over our Locks, Door Knobs, Bells,,  and every convenience and improvement that can  he obtained in up-to-date Hardware.  We   carry   the   reliable   quality   kind   that  you   can  depend on for lasting service,  Hardware & Furniture Supply  Company Manager  M. ./. BOYD  ������d*H4 ***���������u AmtxitvwA���������s%a frflfc jiMfr m\il ^Rm^aRLi jMjallntJla tAtt������it&titplxai^x<-M*^^mm  $50 to $5,000  A YEAR FOR LIFE  ������������������   A CANADIAN GOVERNMENT ANNUITY PROVIDES IT   j   No better life investment available "  ������������������ No better security obtainable  ��������� Cnnnot be tr-eixed or levied upon for tuny caiwc  ���������������Will be replaced if Joit, *tol������* or destroyed  -���������Not affected by trade depression  - Free from Dominion Income Tax   No mfdienl exnmitiation required  Anyone over the age of S year* resident or domiciled in Cmttd-  may porch-am*.  Any two prrnom may purchase jointly.  Employers may purchase for thdr employees���������iehool boards for  their teacher*   conareaittions for their ministers.  Apply t������ yovtr pout nttter, ot writs, pottage frset, to 8 T 0.������t-������<|e>, tkt|������*r  ,n\*rit.*tit i%( Arer-u't'ie-*, Ott im������������. for n������W bwoklet mist. tAhtt intttrt* iS*rtn itttitttl -  mm     WtHt* mix *fi<i m**-*** ������������Nf hittM^v. T  ZX++++++-*++4-+*++++*+  The complete banking facilities provided at  all .our branches enable this Bank to give  Business Accounts the care and attention thev  need and deserve.  The Merchant and the Manufacturer will find  the services rendered by this Bank of the greatest assistance in  conducting their business.  IK4PFRIAI UAMK  m-Wml m-A  OF CAxlS-JxT-Jm.  GRESTON BRANCH,  C. W. ALLEN,  ���������BOB  Maneges-.  Anffiieen Mnnuei  A quite large and thoroughly representative gathering of Valley Angli  ear.s was in evidence on Monday  night for the annual congregational  meeting of Christ Church. Rev J. S.  Mahood presiding over the meeting,  which was held jrs the Parish Hall.  Thc opening feature was the-pre-  sentation of the utiiial reports by the  different organizations. J. W. Hamilton, people's warden, submitted J he  financial statetiu'tit which showed  that with some timely aid froiu the  Ladies' Guild in.the way of paying insurance policies nnd one of the diocesan assessments the church was able  to meet till its obligations and close  the year about $18 to the good, The  Ladies' Guild report showed that organization to have gathei-ed in about  $600 during the year, included in  which was 4������he. 1920. balance, They  had made the .filial payment of principal and interest oifthe Parish Hall  which is now clear ef debt as well  as the church building. Mr. Mahood's  report' was that the services had been  better attended than' in the previous  year, and that for 1920 there had been  eleven baptisms, one death, and one  church��������� wedding.'".''The reports were  were all adopted as presented, and  the election of office-is resulted as follows: ���������* -r     LP- J;'---'  People's Warden���������Mr. McAlpine sr.  Khutor's Warden��������� C. G. Bann������tt,  Vestry Clerk���������P. Watson.  Synod Delesgate&M, W. Hamilton:  P. Gi Ebbutt, C^G.Bennett,        --*'���������  Church Committee���������J. Bliju-o, C G,  Bennett. A, J. 0<*His% P. <������; Ebbutt,  C. F. Hayes. \V. H. Hilton, F, H,  Jackson, Chas. Mopi-e.  Auditor���������W. S. watson.  Characteristic votes of thanks were  tendered Mr/Collis, for his unfailing  services as organist; the L-idies' Guild,  the Sunday School teachers, the..War-  dens, and Rev. J. S, Mahoo. who has  now completed alumst six years as  temporary vicar of the parish.  Early last year a', rustle was made  for funds to ehsiWa sufficient guar-  * * ",?*- v  antee for a - resident''clergyman, hut  the then" prospective1'-Vicar decli?iing  tb take the parish arid" the extended  absence of the 'bishop in tho Old  Country hist year, rendered it impossible to get anywhere, in thfe niatter  of having a man located permanently  in Creston. A resolution was adopted  that the bishop be notified of the situation here, with the suggestion that  he pay a personal visit to investigate  the wisdom of providing a permanent  rector.  piano,  Apply  Piano For Sali^���������Morris  modern action, tine tone, $425.  J. A. P. Crompton.  For Salk���������Set light driving bob.  sleighs in good shape, *B2r������, Pochin.  (Canyon) Erickson P.O.  CATTLEJ^STRAY  One red cow about 5 yeas old, slit  and "V" in ear; nt\o yearling heifer,  unbrawled, red with while Mpot on  forehead; two heifers. 18 months old,  Hew aid to parties giving information  leading to recovery. H, F. WOOD,  Box ts.t, Creston.  CATTLE ASTRAY  .lersoy heifer, H veiifH old, also two  red and white heifers (Hhorthoxn)  which Juiyo been around mv place  since Hiimmor, Owner can havn witno  on payment of feed bill. N. STONES.  Lister.  COW EeSTRAY  Yellow cow, liranded Lon the tight  , hip.    Kcward to party returning siune  to II. .1. LONG. ICHcUwon.  HEIFER ASTRAY  liVd   eoid   while  heifer.  a|vea������'H old,  In iiiidiel 55 ott left i ibn, hole if) left ear.  'Also one  black  utrer.  fl months old.  I Reward  to patty giving information  | leading to  recovery.     j.   H.   Miller,  Creston.  Bunch Crass  Threshed Timo  Alfalfa  hy  at Straw  at-'close-' prices  ���������-*���������*'��������� -   *,.   -.. ���������   a.  LIMITED  ^rrrr-~  His ���������fiZZA&ix-PiP,  For Men  Wool mixed Socks, 45c.  Heather mixed Socks, 50c stad 75c..  All wool grey Socks, 75c., 90c. and 95c?  Artie Socks, very heavy, -$1,10 an'4 $;l^. =  Ladies'Ho������e  Special values in Black Cotton, 45c.  Special values in Bpown, 50c. arid 55c.  Penman's Lisle at 80c.  Cashmere finish, heavy, 75o.  Cashmere at 1.10, 1.15r$1.65.  For Boys and Girls  All sizes frem 4 to 10J in Wool and Cotton at  prices from 35c. to $1.25.-r-very special Values.  Greston Mercantile Company  LIMITED  mmmm  S-������p.    ^"iim   *w"   -rn   "tg~m     -ar  jfmm^m  -mr mt  ..   tS   \mJa \J     JK.   l       i lL-  A Savings Batik Account not  only provides,an assurance for the  present, but guarantees you security  m tbe future.  70A  To save is to succeed-  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  , , ,        ^Hia^   Ma* ^--ajp"   "^bjbbf^  %W  -w ^w^-vw   -w faw^^^^***^^-***-****^     ^^ ��������� ^^^���������.^pjb^wbf  PA!D.UP CAPITAt       ���������-        -        $15,000,000  RESERVE FUND -        -        $15,000,000    ,  CRESTON BRANCH, C 0. Bennett, Manager.  ttmttmt444tlttm  mmm  ' ,41  lllliTllll ���������.������������������*.������������������������ ^um..^.* THE  CRESTON ' RE VIE W  /  '      S~m  Meeting Enlarges  Irrigation Plans  There was a splendid turnout of  the property-owners in the Alice  Siding, Erickson and Creston 6ia  triets afthe meeting in Merca-iitile  Hall on Saturday afternoon for the  purpose of discussing and taking  definite action on the preliminaries  to the installation of the Arrow  Creek irrigation scheme, a digest qf  Engineer Biker^s report on which  has  previously  appeared' in   THE  fj *E*i*i7--r*B������**i*si-  XVAJJ V  A.XA VV  .  Jas. Compton was promptly voted  to preside, aud Jas. Adlard was  equally promptly chosen as secretary to the meeting. After briefly  sketching the- purpose for which  the gathering was called the chair-  mar, asked Mr., Adlard to report on  the-progress Jthe joint   irrigation  committee of  the  United Farmers  and   Board ~.of Trade - had   made  Mr.' Adlard  among   other things  emphasized the fact that the.Biker  report  had   been made when labor  and  material  costs  were  at their  highest,' and    that   investigations  made this month went to show that  on   pipe  alone it   would   now   be  possible to  effect a   saving of at  least  $50,000 and   doubtless some  considerable -saving could be effected  on  the estimated  cost  of the  labor.  was next called  C.  Garland  Is there anv  in the  House?  This is "the first <jnes-  tion that presents itself  to the housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a meal. But why  worry ?  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest  Quality  Cooked Hani-  Lunch Meat  Bologna- <&c.  are always to be had  here. In meats nothing  quite equals 'Shamrock'  product-s.  upon  by  the  chairman, and  read  the more essential features of the  Biker report,   along with which he  gave the legal formalities that have  to be  followed and which   provide  for  the property  owners to name  three commissioners.    These   commissioners are to  circulate a  petition in tlie proposed irrigation area  and if they succeed  in  getting the  signatures of owners of 51 per cent,  in value- of  the land iii the irrigation area such petition wiii be sent  to-the department at. Victoria and  when   the   water commissioner  is  satisfied that it represents the-������eed-  ed 51   per C9?it._ in   value  he  will  empower the three commissioners to  engage a   competent  engineer   to  make a second   survey of the area,  'check the figures of Engineer Biker  was  sufficient  water  provision   is  made  to   include   everybody  possible in thc scheme.    Messrs. McGee  and Webb spoke  strongly on  behalf of Lister  in" a plea for thorough   consideration   of   the   Goat  River scheme, and the outcome of  the meeting was the adoption of a  resolution   mo^ed  by W. V. Jack  son and seconded by Guy Constable,  and carried unanimously, that the  commissioners be authorized to secure  the  services  of  a competent  engineer    to    investigate    Arrow  Creek, and that he also make a report on the Goat River scheme  Messrs. Compton, Littlejohn and  Adlard, the original  committee on  the    project,    were     unanimously  elected   as commissioners, and  assurance was given 'that every possible speed would   be  made  to secure the needed signatures and forward   the  petition* to Victoria, so  that no time will be lost in getting  tlie engineers at work, provided thf  51 per cent, in yalue ^avor the project.    The   cost  of   the   engineer's  work will be met by a *tax levy 6n  the  property within   the  proposed  irrigttion area.  P  i  W%M  IRNS  & CO., Ltd.  HEWS OF KOOTEHAYS  We have a line of  Overa  fco clear at-attractive prices.  Men's heavy Blue Denim,  Bib, $3.75  .*.-.������������������    ���������    *v. *  Men's Khaki, drill Pants  ��������� .���������-'���������..^"'���������$&76;'-'.  Boys' black Denim Pants  $1.50.  Men's   Blue    arid" White  Stripe Overalls.  Children's Rompers,  Rubber Footwear,. --  SUGAR 17ic.- lb.  Reduction in Canned Goods.  10% Discount for Cash over $1.00.   5%  Discount on all monthly accounts  paid before the 10th of the month.  Butterfield & Son  and then 8ubmit his report to another property owners meeting at  which the necessary vote" can be  taken to determine whether the-  irrigation- system shall be installed  or not  T. M. Edmondson was the only  party present to object to the project being gone on with, but several  present took occasion to point out  that the system did not. include all  of the settled area,- and as Engineer  Biker in his report made mention  of a scheme to .irrigate t.he whole  -Valley (which. had been at least  tern jx>rariiy'abandoned), a considerable'seniiment developed in favor  of making the one engineer's report  settle the" whole irrigation survey  question, and these strongly urged  that when the engineer was secured  iU_i     1 _l_���������..*IJ        . 4. 1.. 0. .  mat.uc    neiueeeu     eeeju ejiii^'    lepOl 1/ Oil.  Arrow Creek but also on the possibility of utilizing Goat River by  pumping tlie water at a point  somewhere in, the neighborhood o.  the canyon.  -Those-favoring the Arrow Creek  scheme urged that it wonld be poor  policy to inour the delay and the  added ex pense of a report on Goat  River. The water in the Goat  wpuld always be there and when  ths districts that would benefit by  utilizing Goat River irrigation  were ready to irrigate tlie water  would be there for them. Answering Guy Constable, whose ranch is  situated outside the irrigated! area.  Mr. Adlard  assured   that if there  Boots, Shoes. Harness  Again Reduced  We guarantee satisfaction and  prompt seryice.    Charges  >        reasonable.  JOHN JOY  Postoffice Blk.      CRESTON  '   * '        * ' ' '  Shoe Repairing  Men's  Half Sole**, $1;25  Women's Half Soles, $1.00  (fuaranteed for 0 months.  Alex. Mirabelli    1 OrBStOn AlltO  & Supply  Shoemaker    - -    CRESTON I W. S. BEVAN, Prop.  TOURING Gar, with Slarfer $770.00  TORPEDO Car       "           710.00  COUPE ..������      .1100.00  SEDAN ������������������"       1200.00  TROGK '" '        750100  ' f.O.b. factory  TRACTOR (f.o.b. Calgary) $1075,00  You .should consider when  purchase a Car or Traotor that  we <5arry every part for cars  and' traotors We sell and, further, we havo appointed Ford--  Scrvioe Stations in our entire  district, who are supposed to  carry genuine Ford parts.  Vernon city Wis a debenture debt of  $870,000.  .  -The G.W.V.A.   olubronm   at Trail  now has a library  of over 1000 books.  Kaslo has switched from a Thursday  to Wednesday'half holiday for the  merchants of the town.  At Cranb.rook< there are t������������ri licensed  bars at which the thirsty can queuch  their thirst on-ne&r beer.  300 persons are now taking books  from Pt'nticton library, which has only  been open <ibout three months.  Grand Forks has a .tire brigade of  21 members. Last year the loss from  firp in the town was but SO, 100.  Pentir-ton hospital authorities cut  the cost of patients keen from $3.51  per day in 1919.* to $3.13 in 1920.  , SqhooJjnR c.nsfta.-./nnney.. in Vernon*  In 1918 $21,640. ��������� -Ltfst year the educational budget necessiated $51,600.  t  The Herald hears that a sash and  door- factory is to be started in that  tjowaon quite a pretentious scale.  Times are surely getting back to  normal at Trails-An effort is now  being made to organize a checker club.  The News states that Vernon last  year collected  $t08.p6o of 3129.000 of  taxes due wild psiyable for that year.  .*   .*.*,-*'   ������������������ ff-y./i-���������-       ������������������������������������������������������'  A record was. ,established at Revelstoke last week when 139 books were  taken out of the. library in a single  day.: .*���������-.'-.���������.���������'  The Gazette is father boastful of the  fact that so far "this winter Grand  Forks has hnd only one touch of zero  weather.  *. V. Hayes has .just completed the  task of ridihg horseback from Vancouver tn Nelson. It took him thirteen dnys.  , The Courier seems inordinately  proud of the fact- that Oranhrook has  a lady alderman .uh well as two lady  school trustees.  Trail public school Is so well filled  that the principal announces no more  pupils eun he taken in until,after  summer holidays.  At a special collection the children  of Ornnhrook schools last week contributed about, $860 "for the Chinese  ���������f������mine relief fund.  At Grand Forks this month there  was not a solitary person willing to  stand for election to the three vacnn-  oleb in the school hoard.  Penticton had the most exciting  m-urrkipalelection in the town'shistory  last week. Almost 100 votes were cast  in excess of the vote of the year  previous.  Even the juveniles at Revelstoke  are pressed into service to raise funds  for the town hospital, and last year  gathered in lhe rather respectable  total of $305.. r  After six years of very useful existence Kaslo Red Oross Society has  finally disbanded. In the half dozen  years $17,236 of cash money was raised  and expended.  The News claims that poultry keep-  vn-y     So     ,m,iin       noniere>*������7inor   ,  t-*~*     c:������**ii*������>  ������..g^ AO W>{^������.. . X. ..~m .xjrjf   0..f^ ~..xr ������������������...--  prominence in the Okanagan as was  the case before the war sent~the pi ice  of feed soaring.  Mayor Gulley says 1920 was the  blackest year in the history of Greenwood, and having come through It  successfully he has confidence the  town is now safe.  " $71,596 was collected Jn customs  revenue at Trail last year. In view of  this fact the board of trade thinks the  town deserves a federal building which  will include a modern postoffice.  Among the assets of the CrsOibrook  police department isabout $2000 worth  of cocaine' morphine, opium, and a  well-known brand of "snow." It was  taken in a raid on a "'Chinese joint  I-ately.  The Ledge intimates to Greenwood  citizens that it is in decidedly bad  ���������'form" to block* the whole 'space while  enquiring for mail at t he general delivery.'wicket. And, that it is equally  bad form to obstruct the sanie^ territory while reading the postmarks on  letters and trying to figure out who  they'are from.-  COW ESTRAY  Came' to my premises about Dec.  10th, one red cow, white legs, 3 vears  old, ears tipped and notched. Owner  can have same on proving property  and paying expenses, H. F. Wood  Bos. 59, Ore*������ton.  Loyal Orangs Loop, No. 2095  Meets THIRD THURSDAY of  each month at Mercantile  Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  ������ft wpewwj.w.w   m. m.  Varnishing, Pdp$r Hanging  Staining., Wall Tinting  Graining,   &c.  When   deciding on   your   Spring  - interior decorating drop sne a  card,   either   to    Coeston    or   .  Erickson, and I will be pleased  to give you asn estimate.       ~  W. G.BSS.NEY, Erickson  BANFF  Winter Sports  CARNIVAL  JANUARY 29th to FEB. 5th  Banff's    famous   Toboggan   Slide  open aU the time; ���������"���������  Swimming in the hot sulphur pools.  Hockey, Ski Jumping, Snow-shoeing.  *    Trap Shooting, Cnrling.  Dancing every night.  Good hotel accommodation.    Make  your reservations early,  For information   and   literaturs  apply to any C.P,"R, agent, or  J, E. PROCTOR,  Dietriot Passenger Agent  .*���������'���������-   CALGARY, Alta.  Minimum price of first-class land  reduced to $5 an acre; second-class to  $2.50 an acre.  Pre-emption now confined to surveyed lands only.  Records will be granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purposes  and which is non-timber land.  Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  but parties of not more than four may  arrange for adjacent pre-emptions  with Joint residence, but each making  necessary improvements on respective  claims. ��������� .   '*-t  ��������� Pre-emptors must occupy claims for  ave years and make improvements to  value of-$10 per acre, including clearing and cultivation of at least 5 acr<%.  before receiving Crown Grant."  Where pre-emptor in occupation hot  less than 3 years, and has made proportionate improvements, he may, because of ill-health, or other: cause, be  granted intermediate certificate of improvement and transfer his claim.  , Records without, permanent residence > may be issuTed, DFovided aonli-  cant makes improvements to extent of  $300 per annum and records same each  year. Failure to make improvements  or record same will operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained in  less thap 5 years, and improvements  of $10.00 per acre, including 5 acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  of at least 2,years are required, tm  Pre-emptor holding Crown "grant  may record another pre-emption, if he  requires land in conjunction with his  -farm, without actual, occupation, provided statutory improvements -made  and residence maintained ..on Crown  granted land.  Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 2o  ���������acres, may be leased as homesites;  title to be obtained after fulfilling residential and Iniprovexnent conditions.  For grazing and Industrial purposes  areas exceeding 640 acres may be  leased by one person or company.    :  Mill, factory or industtfal sites on  timber'land not exceeding 40 acres  may. be purchased; conditions include  payment of stumpage. "  ^ Natural h������y meadows '.-��������� inaccessible  oy existing roads rosy be purchas-*vi  conditional upoacoristruction^of a road ���������  to them. Rebate of one-half of cost* of  road, hot exceeding half "of purchase  price, is made.  PRE-EMPTORS''*".^ >REE      GRANTS  :  ������    -."*, ''--.ACT;  The wsope-yrf thte Act is enlarged to  include all persons Joining and serving with HTs Majesty's Forces. The  time wltSiia which the heirs or devisees  o������ a deceased prs-emptor s-ass? aBs'y  for title under this Act is extend***  from for one year from the. death of  such person, as formerly, until one  year after the conclusion of the present  * war.    This "privilege is also made re-  troacUv-e*..^~=^-=c*;^-=.^,v-;~5iv! ������������������-'.'.-- ���������������*  No" tees relating to pre-emptionsare  due or payable by soldiers on preemptions recorded after Juno 26. Wis  Taxes are remitted for five years. -  Provision for return- of moneys accrued, due and been paid since August  ���������������, W14, on account oi payment&Trees  or taxes on soldiers' pre-emptions.  Interest # on agreements to purchase*  town or cit^ lots held by members at  Allied Forces, or dependents* a-cquiroti  direct or indirect, remiUed^from enlistment to March *1. 1M0. ".'.:.  8UB-PURQHA8ERS  OF  CROWN  m -, i-.j<;    IUAND8.  Provision^* made for issuance of  Crown grants to sub-purchasers of  Cro^vn Lands, acquiring rights from  purchasers .-who failed to complete  purchase, involving forfeiture^ on-fulfillment of conditions of purchase interest and taxes. Where sub-purchasers do not -olalm whole of original par-  col, ysarphns*. torlce due and taxes Tnay,  be distributed proportionately over  whole area. Applications must be  made by May 1, 1M0.  Oraalng  QRAZtN-a.  Act,   1919,   for  v~tmm,���������m AX.XJX, X.X., ������oi- systematic  development of livestock Industry provides for grazing districts and range  administration under Commissioner  Annual graalng permits lBsued based  on numbers ranged; priority for established owners. Stock-owners may  form Associations for range management. Free, or partially free, permit*  for (settlers, campers or travellers. ~i>  to tsn head. a>  At tho end of the final year KmsIo  Red OrosH Society hud asurpln-s oif$27,  nnd thi������ has bp-un turnnd ovi������r to the  SnldUii's''Memorial fund.  Oranhrook Baptists havo dotilgns on  Rev. vV, Tapscott, formerly of Onl-  Rtiry'. an Lhe next pastor of the <Uvisional city Baptist chinch.  The uiintributlons to the funds ojf  Nol-snn Preahyterlan Ohurch laHt year  iiveraged $40.70 por meiuhor, or a little  better Limn IO), pi������r family.  Oraniironk council isaortoiiKly think-  ing of turning Baker Street into ,a  great white way hy thf* installation of  elnstm- -Ploctric lights about ^6 ft>et  apart.  DOING  ANY  or  FIXING UP  9  We can  supply  Portland  Cement  Lime  ^es  Lath  Lumber  all sizes and  grades.  Canyon City Lumber Company  LIMITED &#������*������  O^Ji'^^.BiilVI^W,     OBESTOtf,   ; B. '��������� ;��������� 0.'  Promoting Agricultural Development     j D  While it is true, as pointed out in this column last week, that there is;  much duplication of services and therefore wasted effort and money by^thej  Federal and Provincial Departments of Agriculture in  Canada, it. is also  ������. ������ 0 ami em.      B Si fi  Growth of United Farmers  /  S'l-lltil iN otU  28,250    Farmers    Now    Belong  fife B������ Sfe < Alberta Association,  Increase in the membership and in  the number of locals  of  the  United  true that these departments of government are performing work of a high-   YoUllg  ������.MrS.    Beectoft    Had   Farmers of Alberta Association, is re  ly valuable character  tending to   the  development and  prosperity  of   th-  ���������������������������* -- ���������*��������� ���������-���������'-    -������-���������������������������  basic industry of the Dominion.  Through  its   fine   system   of   experimental   farms,   the   Dominion   De>;  partment of Agriculture has performed sp'end.d work for Canada, the value'  of which cannot be estimated in dollars and cents.     By the development of:  Marquis wheat alone, tens of millions of dollars have be-t-n  added to the ���������  wealth of the country, and through this type of tarly ripening, wlv at Canada  will continue from year to year to add millions to the national wealth.    And  this is only one of the many valuable experiments carried on which have had  far-reaching results in our agricultural development.  In the department of fruit inspection and in promoting the better pack-  pain and am quit-e regular unless I over-  i work or stay on my  feet from early  morning until late at nighW I keep  ; house and do all my own work without  ; any trouble. I have recommended the  ; Compound to several  friends."���������Mrs,  Miserable Time Until She  Took Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound.  Hamilton, Ont. ��������� " I have suffered for  three years from a female trouble and  consequent weakness, pain and irregularity which kept me in bed four or five  days each month. I nearly went crazy  with pains in my back, and for about a  week at a time I could not do my work.  ,    . ,    ,    .- r-       ,- I saw Lydia E.   Pinkham's Vegetable  .mg and more scientific marketing of fruit, the standard ol Canadian grown   Compound advertised in the Hamilton  fruit has been raised until today Lt occupies a foremost place, not alone in   Spectator and I took it.   Now I have no  domestic markets, but in thc British and foreign markets.  In   Alberta,  thc  work  of  the   Dominion   experimental  farms has  been  supplemented by a series of small   Provincial demonstration  farms which  e serving the purpose of educating farmers as to tlu best crops to grow  ...A methods to pursue in the respective sections of the Province in which j EMlLY^EE<moi%  these* demonstration farms are located. j Hamilton, Ontario.  Io all three Bra.ri, Provinces the gr,a*=s. car, has bcen taken in ,he I J���������������^.^vvgmjmm*.*  establishment of Provincial Agricultural Colleges and large sums of money   tabje    Compound   has   restored   their  htwc been expended in the erection of large and substantial buildings, in the , health wwen suffering with female ills,  employment of expert teaching staffs, and in the equipment of these buildings with the very latest de-signs of farm labor saving machinery.     The bwSt  types and breeds of horses, cattle, sheep, swine and poultry have be.*n assembled  for demonstration  purposes, and  the  farmer's  son   who  takes  a  course ia onc of these Colleges is well qualified for his life's work on the  land. '     * l- ���������    '  In Saskatchewan,, thc unique experiment of making the Agricultural  College an integral part of the Provincial University���������the linking together  of 'students in the Arts courses with the students in Agriculture���������is ^being  worked out with splendid success and the most gratifying results.  These Agricultural Colleges also carry on agricultural extension work,  carrying to the farms in all parts of the country-the benefit of the experience gained in the Colleges. Better farming trains tour the country every  - year, each train being made up of demonstration cars fully equipped, and  Carrying a complete staff of lecturers who are experts in their various departments/ .  In the earlier years of Western development, the Provincial Departments of Agriculture conducted dairy branches which were largely responsible for building up the dairy industry of the West, thereby providing not  only a profitable market for the farmers' product, but also providing the urban residents with their daily necessities irr the way of milk, cream and but-  Quart Weights ot Feed  In cases where It is inconvenient to  -urcMcrrrr  ������������������__ lii-c grain lor slock while feeding, the following quart weights are  given: Cottonseed meal. 1.5 lbs.; linseed meal, old process. 1.1 Ibte.; gluten  meal, 1.7 lbs.; gluten feed, 1.2 lbs.;  coarse wheat bran, 0.5 lbs.; coarse  wheat middlings. 0.8 lbs.; fine wheat  middlings, 1.1 lbs.; corn meal, 1.5 lbs.;  oats, 1.2 lbs.: rye bran, 0.6~lbs. pe?  quart.  ported in the secretary's statement,  given by H. Higginbotham, at the  opening session of the convention  held at Edmonton. The membership  is reported, at the close of 1920 as  28,350. and the total number ot locals  at.892. Z...-:. Z~  The work of the association among  "foreign  speaking settlers show, it is  reported,   excellent ..results.    Farmers  of  Alberta are  turning, for a  settlement of alP'kinds of problems to the  U. F. A./he stated, and asked for co- ������������*"������������ lasiLiTg-boneflt 60c a box; _.  operation on -the part of each mem- iealera, or Kdmannon, Bute* & Co.. Limited,  ,    * Xorooto.   0ampl������ Jiox tree If you mention this  Do not inffw  another (lay v. .a  Itching. Bleed-  lug, or Irotrud-  Ing Piles- No  surgical operation required.  Dr. Ch&ae'i" Ointment will relieve yon at one*  ber.  A total of $90,000 was reported secured through the drive. In conclusion, the report asks that to solve  the national and provincial problems  facing the farmer that the membership of the association support the  officers to /as great aii extent as t>������ss-  This accounts for the"enormoua demand   ible. .   ��������� *"'  for it froni coast to coast.    If you are  troubled with any ailment peculiar to  women- why don t  you  try Lydia  E.  Pinkham's Vegetable Compound?   It ia  made from native roots and herbs and  contains no narcotics or harmful drugs.  For soecial advice women are asked to j .  write the Lydia E. Pinkhatn Medicine 1 tract people >ro the spot.  Co., Lynn, Mass.    The result of forty '  years experience is at your service.  Minard's Liniment For Distemper.  It is said that crocodiles moan and  sigl^Jike a person in distress    to    at-  paper and enclose 2c. -stamp to pay postage.  MOTHER!  California Syrup of Figs*  Child's Best Laxativs  -4. ttts worti Ci uUSincss .������**u,ni*.nistr3.tiGn &y  + U.A,  ������.    a VT V XX. \~-Xat_l      Mm** <   fr*I**   LlWUitl^  of Agriculture was conducted on a sound basis recognizing the co-operative  principle. And when it had been developed to a fairly advanced stage, and  established on a firm foundations the business was turned over to the  farmers to manage through great co-operative companies with Government  assistance and financial backing.  In like manner provision was made for the co-operative handling and  marketing of wool, thereby making it possible for the wool growers of the  West to secure the highest price for their wool'clip. Later this enterprise, too, was converted into a large,, successful and rapidly growing cooperative enterprise directed and managed by the farmers themselves.  Another branch of activity -in which Western Provincial Departments  of Agriculture have rendered invaluable assistance to the farmers and stock  breeders of the West is the importation and sale of bona fide farmers and  stock raisers of purebred stock. In this way the standard of Western  herds has been raised and a firm basis established for the livestock industry of the West.  Every possible assistance is rendered to Grain Growers'and Livestock  Associations, to agricultural fairs and exhibitions, in the direction of improvement of seed used, in the provision of seed in districts which have  suffered crop failures, and in countless other ways Provincial Departments  of Agriculture are actively co-operating and assisting with a view to overcoming difficulties with which our agriculturists have to contend, and towards placing the chief and basic industry of the West upon a sound and  prosperous footing.  Those people who imagine that the duties and functions of our Western Provincial Governments are confined to the passing of'laws, the making ot regulations, and the enforcing of these, havc only to study the annual  reports oi some of the Departments to realize the scope of the practical  work done and the multifarious duties discharged in the interests of the  people.  To Drain Million Acres.  Plans are under way to carry on  drainage work on 1,000,000 acres of  land south of Winnipeg, at a cost of  approximately $1,250,000, according to  the Manitoba Drainage Commission.  Out of 6,000,000 acrfes of land under  cultivation in Manitoba, more than  1,750,000 acres are in provincial drainage districts. Land today in drainage districts is selling at $60 to $100  per acre, and the greater part of this  land is being purchased by Americans.  Have Rosy Cheeks!  Look Prettier!  Feel Better!  Simplest   Thing   in   the World  to Do at the Small Cost of  a Quarter.  WINTER HARD ON BABY  The winter season is a hard one on  the baby. He is more or less confined, to stuffy, badly ventilated rooms.  It is so often stormy that the mother  does not get him out in the fresh air  as often as she should*. He catches  colds which rack his ^ittle-system;  his stomach and bowels get out of  order and he becomes peevish and  cross. To guard against this the  mother should keep a box of Baby's  Own Tablets in the house. they  regulate the stomach and bowels and  Krpsik nn e-rklrlc T*S-i*������*������f eiro e-fjlfi \vvr  -***���������;-     ���������������- ���������      ���������-*-    ���������-..v.    ���������,,  medicine dealers' or by mail at 25  cents a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  You seldom see a woman who is  pale, dull-eyed, thin-cheeked, and utterly worn out, who doesn'i suffer  more or less from headache and  constipation. Her poor looks are  mori largely due to neglect than anything else.  Most    women   can   have sparkling  eyes and ruby    checks  thcy will  vm t\y~\  Accept "California" Syrtip of Figs  only���������look for the name California on  the package, then you are sure your  child isv having the best and most  harmless'physic for thc little stomach,  liver and bowels. Children love its  fruity taste. Full directions on each  bottle.     You must say "California"  Cyclones and Blizzards    ]was   on   J-1"-   13*   wis.   that   the    j Southern  States  suffered  from  what  is regarded as the worst blizzard in  their history. It went as far south  as Georgia and Alabama, causing  manv deaths.  Cycione3    are    chronicled    in    this!  country; but across the border, they  are  so  frequent  that  they are taken  aa   a   matter   of course,     Tbe; exact I  reverse    is    the    cas'- with blizzards,!  whose  frequent  visits    recr-ive    scant;  attention   in   Canada, but   which   are,  especially    in    the    Southern    States,1  events   so  rrere  as  to bc  notable.    It  but use regularly a blood cPansing  and laxative medicine like Dr Hamilton's Pills, Jtfst follow these simple directions. Tonight take two Dr.  Hamilton's Pills and note how much  fresher you feel tomorrow morning.  Your face - will be clearer, your appetite better, your spirits brighter.  Next night take one or perhaps two  pills again. Gradually reduce the dose  as mentioned in the company's directions. "  Day by day you will note a steady  gain. You'll quickly have back those  happy girTlsh looks,you once were  proud to think about. No other m< di-  cine can do so much for you as Dr.  Hamilton's Pills of Mandrake and  Butternut. Sold, everywhere in 25c  boxes.  A Problem For  Town and Country  Shifting of Population From Country  to Town. .'���������*..'.-  The    town    has    conquered in the  rural decline.      The shifting of population from country to town and thc  transfer of labor from farm to factory  have gone far beyond the normal and  economical limits, and have become a  menace to the national welfare.    Being both a capitalist and a working-  man,   the  farmer  is  fitted  to  understand the reasonable demands of both  wings of society, and he is agreed that  great wealth cannot be the legitimate  gains of industry and thrift alone, but  is the result of trading, speculation Or  of    profiting    by    other men's labor.  ^Therc is great    need    for    industrial  schools to offset    the   present   drift  which, if continued, will result in all  labor having to be imported.      The  lead in the matter of city and country  co-operation should be given by the  townspeople.     The men in the town  can make the approach    with    more  ease and confidence, and should meet  the farmers more than halfway .---J. B.  Reynolds, Prcs. Ontario Agricultural  College.  A'Q'pipiM  not mm  *'Baver" te  nn'" cia.r\sji  XJXKjfSmi tO       1/IUjr V/VliUI  ������������*w  It is said that some of the Venetians���������thosc who have never been to  thc mainland���������have never seen a  horse in all ihcir lives.  tr-  wwn  *4*miat **,���������*< Sir  it-saws:  u-hxB  Sweetness of Wheat  and Malted Baxley  is the sweetness of  Grape *Nuts  The delicat������ly rich flawor, n-ataral  to the grains, is developed through  00 hours' baking. GrapeNut* needs  no added sugsur, and ie rich innou*  jtshmenti off a form easjr to digest.  This iread^cooked food is economical  Warnitigl Unless you see the  name "Bayer" on package or on tablets you arc not getting genuine Aspirin at all. In every Bayer package -  are directions for Colds,' Headache,  Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Earache,  Toothache, Lumbago and for Pains.  Handy tin boxes of twelve tablets  cost few cents. Druggists also sell  larger packages. Made in Canada,  Aspirin is the trade mark (registered  in Canada), of Bayer Manufacture of  Monoacesticacidester of Salicylicacid.  "DANDERINE"  Ambiguous,  "Do Engltslunern understand Amcr  ican slang?"  '   "Some of them do.      Why?" .  "My daughter is to be married in I  London, and the carl has   cabled   me  to come across."���������Boston Transcript.  Girls!    Save   Your   Hairl  Make It Abundant I  Minard'R   Liniment  Cows.  For   Garget   In  MMM  An automobile company saves  $150,000 yearly by establishing a laundry for rags used to wipe oil and  grease from machinery, the result of  high cost of rags.  A Mild Pill for Delicate Women.���������  The moat delicate woman can undergo a course of Parmeiee's Vegetable  Pills without fear of unpleasant consequences. Their action, while wholly  effective, is mild and agreeable. No  violent pains or purgings follow their  use, as many women who havc used  them can testify, They are, therefore, strongly recommended to women who arc more prone to disorders-  of thc digestive organs than men.  Holloway'a Corn Remover takes the  the corn out by the roots, Try It  and prove it.  Zeppelin Plant Is Negotiating Order*.  Negotiations are proceeding between the Zeppelin plant* at Frlod-  rlchshavcn, and Argentina and Chile  for supplying thoflc coimtHea with  ulrftliipn, nay������ a Berlin despatch to the  London Tim**, hut there ia no immediate prospect of "delivery owing  to the restrictions imposed by the al-  Ilei. In the meantime the plants are  being kept busy with the manufacture  of automobile actvaaorleii.  Canadian Butter Brings Highest Price  The agent of the British ministry  of food in Canada has been authorized to purchase first quality Canadian  butter at a price equivalent to 300 shillings per cwt. This is the highest  price paid anywhere by thc ministry  of food for butter nupplica.  PNEUMONIA  and other Lung Diseases  Clalnu many Victim* tn C������,n*d������ and should  be guarded againit,  Minard's Liniment  U * Great Prev*-***nt*-*,ttv������, beltmr onn of tha  oldest reinedle* uaed. Mlnard'i Liniment  ha* cured tUousnmta o( canes of Grippe, Dron-  eltltU, Sore Throat, Aathma and kindred dla������  e-u-et. Il (a an Enemy to Gertna. Thou*  ���������and* of bottle-* be In a; used every day,      For  Iaale by all druggista and general daalera.  Ulnard'a Liniment Co., Ltd., Yarmouth, NJL  Immediately after a "Danderlitft'*-1  massage, your hair takes on new life,  lustre ancl wondrous beauty, appearing twice as heavy and plentiful, bc-  cauae each hair seems to fluft; and  thicken. Don't let your hair stay  lifeless, cotojrlcss, plain or scraggly.  You, too, want lota of long, fltrong,  beautiful hedr.  A -35-cent bottle of delightful "Danderine" freshens your scalp, checks  dandruff and falling hair. This stimulating "beauty-tonic" *������lve8 to thin,  dull, fading hair that youthful brightness and abundant thiclcnefia-~AU  druggists.  mmmmt444mt04mt4iit4mmmmmm*-mnm,w*wtmmnm  rn** S in, mm 11 ,i*��������� m* I it ��������� ������i ��������� mt 0* **<' I- ��������� ���������mtmtmm^tm ��������� ***"W*1' e nee���������*������������������**' * * am*. ��������� ������**������������������������ i������������***e weajmmm*mT  W.   M.   tt   IIM  \?  miiiMii  inM   M4-.^4m**-V00t*ir REVIEW,    -GRKSTON.     Bl     G~  k Winter1 s Trapping  MY FIRST SILVER FOX  By- Q-GE MAS-ES (Little Clerk).  Chairman of Wheat Board  ���������syl  ������  efCoavtiehted'S  ��������������� ���������������������������      ar������-      CW ��������� *  Wintering at Sturgeon River, a  small outpost of the Hudson's Bay  Co. in the' 'Cumberland district, in  ������������������77-78, time often hung heavy on my  hands when my two men were away  on  trips to the Indian camps,  there  ������">���������>!iMrti������������iHM^   ���������.' z,  l>-irig no resident Indians close at  hand, So after overhauling five nets  (which was a daily task all winter),  the proceeds of which constituted our  principle food both for men and dogs,  there was literally nothing to do, vtnd  this was killing" to one of my active  temperament.  On the uien's return 1 tackled Francois for some instructions as to setting of trapsrf for up to    this   'time,  though  i  had been  six years  in   the  service, I had been "kept so busy that  the opportunity for trapping never offered, consequently 1 was quite green  about the matter.     Francois was very  good and patient vwith his pupil, telling me-to boil my  traps .'With  green  ���������spruce brush, then hang them out in  the  frost,  and  in   setting  a  fox  trap  to keep along a beaten track if possible, reach forward and make a hole in  the snow, place some down (off bull-  rushes preferably)  in this, then carefully  place  the  trap  in,  with  a  very  thin piece of paper to  6t  inside the  jaws, fasten" the chain firmly to a supple green willow five or six teet long,  conceal  this  under  the "-snow,    then  with-a stick smooth all ������vci the surface-scatter   broken   fish, like   bread  crumbs,    tor    several feet round and  then, if it will only snow a little, your  irviv -ic complete.      I followed instructions  very carefully  and  noted  some  this without any blood   to   mar   thc  skin.  1 could hardly credit my good fortune, my first attempt at trapping of  any kind, and here was a prize that  niany old trappers had neyer caught,  Getting near the post 1 concealed the  fox as well as possible under my coat,  and walking in the cabin threw the  beautiful animal down on the floor,  remarking, "Did I not tell you that I  was going to bring a silver fox back?"  Speechless with amazement, the two  French half-breeds and their young  wives, clapped their/hands on their  mouths (a native habit when astonished)  and ejaculated, "Wah, WahJ^*  The news went fa-rand wide that  Ogemases had killed a silver fox.  This was rather to my disgust as I  was anxious to send the skin home to  some relatives, but ,alas, on my next  trip io headquarters the first question! *   - ...     ,,  put by the^thief Factor was: "WhereI*^eat������t activity ~t~ ^onst  New National Party Leader Makes  Plea for Spirit of Cohesion  Hon. T. A. Crerar Gives His Views    On   Government-Owned  Roads.  Edmonton.���������Revaluation     of     the������ organizations had attracted Dominion  Government-owned   railway   lines   to  put them on a proper basis and  the  wide attention, and referred    to    the  splendid results of the movement- Hc  use oi   government  power  as  tar as {'predicted   the   eariy. formation   of   a  James, btewart, ot Winnipeg, recently appointed, together with * W.  Riddcll, to make a report on the  practicability of a Saskatchewan  Wheat Pool,  ~,0vm\f..    IfmieAr   Kia 1-flatWV   PeOVl-rtefl  is the silver fox?" and willy ni lly I  had to surrender same at the going  trade price of forty sk.ns, which  worked- out at about $24.00, this being part and parcel of every clerk and  servant's contract with the Hudson's  Bay Company, viz.: That all furs  caught by them be handed over at  post prices to the company.  With such. good ' luck in starting  trapping I was now on fire for more  of it, and so enthused an old Indian  at one of the mountain camps' that he  gave me a small bladder of scent, so  strong that if the stopper was taken  out in the housje, one could not stay  in *he room. This was a vi-ry spr-rial  s<ecret. < Also the oid chap instructed  fresh fox tracks m the vicinity, tht scjBie for hours on the fur annuals'  being particularly small and well habits and the methods of setting par-  shaped, so with a prayer Sor good luck j ticular traps, ail of which  i it-It very  I left two traps, one being quite close  to our fishing place. The stick to  which the trap chain is fastened must  be quite loose so thai Mr. Fox can  drag it away. If. yOu fasten this  solidly thiry will generally foot themselves, arid a foot in the trap is poor  fishing. .../���������.*���������' ���������  I    followed   iwstructions very carefully   and    luckily   it   snowed a little  w&UvuOZl   xix  History of Country is Predicted.  Winnipeg.���������A proposal that the  Federal Government should be urged  to float a $250,000,000 housing loan by  the sale of ^Government bonds was  considered at the convention of  the Association of Canadian Building  and Construction Industries here.  Another of many fmportant matters  receiving attention is the proposed  establishment of an apprenticeship  ���������system in the building trades throughout the Dominion. Both questions  were favorably reported upon by the  National joint conference board, form-  ���������ed as a rvsult of discussions with representatives and labor men, and committees were appointed to bring in  definite resolutions regarding them.  W. H. Carter, ex-president of the  Board of Trade, said one of the most  vital problems before the country was  the high cost of building. He believed  that  the cost of  building  ma-  is legitimate to proviae business tor  the nationally-owned systems are the  remedies suggested for the relief of  the deficit facing these lines, by Hon.  T. A. Crerar, leader of the Mew National"-Party, the chief speaker before  the annual convention of the United  Farmers of Alberta here. He suggested that the Government should  settle incoming immigrants as far as  possible along these lines. \  He reiterated his advocacy-of public ownership of railways and made a  plea for co-operation and the retention of integrity in the farmer movement.  Norman Lambert, secretary of the  Canadian Council of Agriculture,  warned the convention against possible attempts to stir up dissentions  in the ranks and rold them that the  organization he represents is doing  a great work in keeping unity among  the various farmer organizations in  the  Dominion. "   ���������'*  Hon. T. A. trerar said the farmer  tanner organization in Nova Scotia.  The total membership of all the associations is more than 150.000 without  counting .the  women  members,   who  bring the totai  niejuu-ership    up  250,00{K  The impartial testimony of Canada  is that the Ontario administration is  the- best in the Dominion today, despite tbe prediction that because it  was a farmer government it would  not  last,  he declared.  Responsibility is placed on the individual by form of Government in  Canada, and he warned the delegates-  against shrinking and lacking in  knowledge of  Dominion  problems.  He referred to* the enormously increased requirements for federal administration.. Returned.soldiers and  widows and orphans who have suffered as a result cf the war must not  be allowed to suffer.  . The manner by which revenue is  raised is more important than how  much is raised, Mr. Crerar held.  Wcuid Equa/ize Railway Rales  British Columbia to Co-operate With  Pra.ries for Revision of Dis-  " .   criminatory Tariffs.  Vancouver.���������The    Government    of  British Columbia, through the Attorney-General's  Department? will wage  the fight before -the Dominion  Board  Juven Ie Cr.me on increase  In 1919 Some 3,867 Children Under 16  Years Convicted of Offenses.  Ottawa.���������-During the past twenty  years in Canada boy criminals have  increased by almost 300 per cent. This  is shown in an analyses of Canadian  criminal statistics issued bv the bur-  grateful for and rewarded him accordingly.  I had now purchased thirteen steel  traps, all we had in store, and notin<g{ ierja*s "would have to b*.* reduced  some marten tracks on the mountain  trail, decided to try my luck. These  are simply caught by building a little  enclosure, setting the trap at the door,  with bait inside, and a little stick dipped in my famous scent near the en-  after 1 had set my traps. Then came j trance. 1 was fortunate in getting  my turn to go on a trip to the In-'five, when a wolverine got on my trail  dian camps, nearest of which was' and deliberately tore several trapped  some    thirty    miles away, so  it was   martens to pieces.      I  vowed venge-j  along the Hues of-other commodities  bffore there was a very larg amount  of building done. ~ '..;.  -X. President J. P. An&hn stated that  comparatively little construction work  had  been  done  in   Canada  since   the  War   <iart������>d   a^d    *������*vrer������������-ac������>*1    hie    H������>li<������f     ... ,          -  VV ���������. ��������� .. ��������� ���������       ���������.. _ ���������xgr .   ~~~~x-        ...~        .r ~.eT... i      \.t   J . V.%.        II  VL1       O-  that   the   greatest   building  period  in j vvili  lend their assistance in bringing  of Railway Commissioners for thejeau of statistics,  equalization of freight rates between I The analysis does not go beyond  Eastern and Western Canada, accord-j the end of I919,vbiit they show that  ing to a letter received by the Van-! during the three years; 1917-19, more  couver-Board of Trade from Premier j than 20 per cent, of the indictable  Oliver. ^   . 1 crimes    were    committed by children  ,. There is a probability that not j under 16 years of age. Looking back  only British Columbia, but also all ��������� the records show that for the period  of the prairie provinces* wit! be be-j i884-9i. she average was 13.64 per  hind   the application  when  it   comes 1 cent, and in 1899 - it   was    16.38    per  before the Railway Commission. Recently, the:-Vancouver Board of  Trade took the matter lip with .tins  Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta  boards and assurances have been re-  .rxil      Cmrt.  I V.XX       . * VA ���������  oris Ox t.*cxn ti.at t<j*^y  some seven ox eight days before 1 had  an* opportunity of  visiting them.  ance at/d took a big    No.    4    doublet  the history of the country was about  to be entered upon.      Whethu r it was  spring  beaver  trap on  my next  trip  Our winter quarters- were two ��������� and fastened the chain to a heavy  ���������mall log buildings, one opening into , long pole. This was placed over a  the other  with big  open  mud  chirn- j stout   crotch, and   1   then   placed  the  ] realized or not, the very welfare of  the country depend-cd tnon- on a revival of building activity than on any  other single factor.  neys in each, for this was before the  days of cooking stoves. My residence  was the uiniT cabin. Passing through  thc men's quarters with my capot and  legg.ngs on I was off tor,my first visit  to  the  traps,  remarking, en  passant,  "Look out for a -silver fox on my return."      This left them laughing; for  mice,    whiskey   jacks or weasels arc  generally the first catches of a green  trapper.      On  reaching  my  first, set,  both trap and stick had gone and after circling the spot a few times, each  round a little further away,  I  found  faint traces of where something had  dragged and these  I  followed like a  hound on, a keen scent.      Thc banks  of    the    river    were rather steep in  places and several times  where  Mr.  Fox    had    tried  to get up into the  woods he fell back on it, but at last  came a more sloping bank   and   the  track was fresher going up and over.  Not ten yards away was a beautiful  animal,   black   as   a coal, not quite  though, for there was a patch of silver  haira on his rump.     1 stared   at   it  with ama-zement, ancl finally realized  that it was a genuine silver fox and  no other,      In the meantime it waa  hissing and spitting at mc like a cat.  1 did not want to club It for fear of  Injuring thc skin  (fox    skins    being  yery tender). After thinking a minute  1 took off my capot, threw it on tbe  poor fox and smothered him to death,  end of the pole in a notch in a small  tree so that a tug on the chain would  release it, and 1 hoped Mr. Wolverine would swing,  Some time elapsed before 1 was  able to look at these tfaps, but off I  went at last and from some distance  1UIU GROCER IS  NOTAPROITEER  about the desired aim.  Havc a heart!  Your grocer is not a profiteerl  . .. ,      . , ,, He is passing along to you reduced  from the wolverine trap  I  cou?d see   prices> as ,asl or  ,aster    than    they  something swinging. There was the come to h*m. Just because prices on  Wolverine  ail   right,   caught   by   one   many    good    things    are    sti'l    high,  paw .which by the look of it was fioz-   don,t  b,a,n0 J}"'1-     ,lt is us������:>������y  the  -.   ���������   j     .      . .    i       . ,   . .   , .   ,   poorest     quality    of rvlrything  that  en), swingmg in a drclc w.th his hmd. ������,,0WB thesgr Jest deCHne.  feet only occasionally touching the * If he is as good a man as tin- aver-  ground, and everything within ret-ach agt-, your grocer is still doing his  chewed off. My, but he was in a utmos' to S������vc you the best value for  ra^ieh U& brisUing c������ hi, back i C^'T'^Ho isBUo,nlydr.���������r.Sh *"'"  and cars flat to his head. He >vas You don't know, but we do, that  one of thc largest size, evidently a he is recommending goods that pay  full grown male.     Only b ing armed' \-im !,ess l*"^ th.an other well known  with a tr-.r*m-r'c amati .Am*,!,^!, i brands which he m.ght easily per-  with  a trappers  small   tomahawk,   I   au.'dt< hia custonlv.rs lo    takC( JJf   hi  though   U   advisable   to   cut   a  good   car* d to do so. ' ~"  long ,c!ub, and   as  he   swung   round  - -Wo know this because he pays us  growling wickedly, 1 made a crack at! mor������ for Ue(j. RosZ Tea and srlls it  him He dodged it with lii-������ hmd al. ,ess profit thun ot,1*'r ,cas' so  mm.      n. dodged ".with his head,, whcn   he   rccomtnctlds   yovt   to .buy  the stick struck his frozen paw, Rcd .Rose Tea, you will know it 'is  knocking him loose from the trap, and. because   he believes  it   thc best  and  Abandon tieparation Plan  Allies   Substitute   Annual   Payments  For Scheme of Fixing Total  Amount.  Paris.���������Abandonment   of   the   plan  of riXiUg the total amount of reparations to bv paid by Germany and the  substitution  of annua] payments has  been agreed upon by  French, British  and German delegates, says a Berlin  despatch to the Journal      The newspaper says  th^t  for a  period of five  years   the   annual   payments   will   be  made in kfnd under the terms of the  arrangements made.  cent. . ..*..'..'.,*.....  In 191S>, there were 3,867 children  under 1*6 years of age convicted for  indictable offenses, of their number  3,728 were boys. There were 631 boys  convicted for burglary, house and  shopbreaking.  Would Discuss Peac  Turks Ready to Accept Mediation of  Some Neutral Power.  Constantinople.���������The Turkish Nationalists are willing to negotiate for  a settlement with the Allies, accord***  tng to an Angora despatch, quoting  Hamid Mouchtar Bey, commissary  for foreign affairs in thc Cabinet of  Mustapha Kemal Pasha.  "We arc ready to accept thc good  offices of some neutral power to  mediate with,, the Allies," the commissary is fluotcd as declaring.  "The negotiations can begin as soon  as an offer is made."  for a while things were quite mixed.  1 finally clubbed him to death, but hc  tore my blue stroud leggings in ribbons with his-claws, I being fortunately able to avoid his teeth. Home  I went, very proud to have caught the  robber, but his pelt at trade priors  was only worth some two or thr<w������  skins.  (To be continued.)  is wil'ing to take a little less protif  for thc sake of giving you the best  value hc can.  Wc arc publishing this because we  believe the more our people know of  the true facts-concerning the profits  To Help Farmers  Banite to Advance Half Million t������  Farmers in Need.  Winnip-ug.���������-The Tribune carries the  following from its Ottawa correspondent:  ������������������ About $500,000 will be advanced by  their warm sympathy and thc hopej *������������������ *>a������ik������ at thc instance of the Goy-  that the bonds uniting the allies might crnmt-nt to needy fanners of the  be drawn closer. weSl wbo losl tiie*,r croPs-   T'm will  enable them to buy seed grain. The  loans arc to be made pnly to homesteaders actually farming thcir land,  New French Premier  Encouraged.  Paris,���������Premier Buand reccivi.U a  numb-r of telegrams Irom leading  statesmen since being named head of  the new French Government. Among  thun we're messuges liroui Prime Minister Lloyd Georgu ot fCnglaud, and  Premiers Giohtti of Italy, and Wart  of   Belgium, all  of  whom  expressed  made  by   thosc   they  deal  with,  tho   taken by Biship Co ha Ian, of Cork, in  Irish Settlement Hopeless.  Cork.���������A     profoundly     pessimistic  view  of   thc  situuuon   in   Ireland   is j and wjll be on the security of notes.  Experimental Stations.  Winnipeg.���������Experimental stations  on the prairie where eradktlon of  imut in wheat can be studied, were  advocated by President John Bracken, of the Manitoba As-Hcultural College, before the "delegates to the Canadian Seed Growers' Association in  convention here.  Increased Value of Seed Wheat.  Fargo, N.D.���������Canadian farmers  have increased the value of their seed  wheat four bushels an acre by proper  organization for Improving the s������*ed,  Professor T. J. Harrison, of thc Manitoba Agricultural College, said In addressing a session of (he tri-statc  grain growers* convention.  more generous they will bo in thei?  judgments.���������T. H. Estabrooks Co.,  Ltd., Winnipeg, Man.  Wireless Record Made.  Hartford, Conn.���������A new civilian  wire less record was established when  Hiram Percy Maxim sent a message  from his station here to Los Angeles,  Cal, and received a reply six and one-  half minutes later. The mesnuges  were relayed by stations at Chicago  and Roswell, N. M. -  W.   N.   U.   1352  ti recent statement. Surveying the  situation from every angle, he said hc  Saw uo prospect qf peace. A settlement was hopeless, in ihe opinion of  the Bishop, so long at the Government interpreted every move of thc  Irish leaders towards peace as a sign  of weakness.  In thc event of default tbc Government  will  make  good."  Attempt on Life of Lenine,  Copenhagen,���������An     attempt     waa  made recently to assassinate Niko'.ai  Lenine, Bolshevik premier of Russia,  it is aaid, according to thc newspaper  Isvestia   of   Moscow.     Lenine   waa  proceeding to Moscow to attend the  Want  Better  News  Facllitien.       eighth Soviet congress when a bomb  London.���������A large deputation repre������l was  thrown  at  his machine, killin������  sen ting the  Empire press  wait-rd on  the  Postmaster-General   and   urged  the dcalrabiUty of improved facilities  for table and telegraphic news.  eight guardsmen and three civilian*  and wounding 20 others. Thc ma������  who threrw thc bomb escaped arrcs^  it is said. ���������a������������������  MMVamka-  IHiS 'CiSESTfls   Eis^IEW  ������--.-.iM������a������ww������  Local and* Personal  J. A. P. Crompton has vacancy for a  few pupils in singing.  Campbell Dow got back on Tuesday  from a six weeks' holiday trip to coast  points.  W. K. Brown was .a business visitor  at Nelson a-couple* of days the latter  part of the week.  Pianist Wanted���������Wednesday and  Saturday evening engagements. Enquire Grand Theatre.  Mrs. Dombiifih left on Tuesday for  Hayter, Alta.. on an extended visit  to her daughter at that point.  Mrs. C. O. Rodgers was a visitor  with Spokane and Bonners Ferry  friends a few days the fore part of the  week.  from Victoria Normal School at the  Christinas exams., has been engaged  as teacher for Division II, of the  school at Lister.  LtTMBER���������Coihinon Boards, Dimension Shiplap.. Plopring, Drop Siding.  Bevel Siding, at'reduced pries. Write  or phone for priees, Wynndel Box  Factory, Wynndel.  Major Mallandaine    was   at  Gran-  brook  the latter part of   the week,  representing  the Creston local at con  ference of the G.W.V.A. locals situated in East-Kootenay.  St Valentine's night, Monday, Feb.  i 14th, has been booked by Creston local  I of the United Farmers for a whist  | drive* and dance, full particulars of  | which will be given later.  Maternity Hospital���������Mis. E. W.  tern,, pole complete \ PiiyGe' j������veie^d Ranch- Cieston, is  suitable for light sleigh or democrat J prePared *> accept maternity nursing  $6. Also riding saddle. $5. Hilton, i P*tienfcs- Comfortable aceommoda-  Creston ! tion, personal  professional  attention.  Miss Edna Holmes, -Who graduated | Griffin  ranch,  whieh  he gets possession of in April.  A pleasant feature of ther annual  meeting of the Presbyterian congregation meeting Monday was the presentation of a purse containing $25 to  Mrs. J. A.   Lidgate, in  recognition tf  m-tirttnrrm. mof-  ** f m ft) ������mx nu*e  in ordinary use will be  soldiers for- signature.  submitted the  A film that bas the strongest kind  of appeal for every man, woman and  child in bhe world a.pt!y states the ease  for "The Strongest." a special attraction which will he shown at the Grand  tenn    O.-w*-        /-"������.- r.  Don't forget the big entertainment  Messrs. Ellison and Simpson, the  and dant-e- by Leslie Grossmith and : two n,en who burglarized the S. A.  party on'Wednesday night next, Feb- Speers store last week,.were tried be-  ruary 2nd. j fore Judge Forin   at Nelson on Friday  ~-       ,, ' ^ .,.. . ,        'last, and   were   found   guiltv.   They  Fob Sale���������One set of light and one * ���������    ^ x   . .       .  .     . " I were sentenced to two years linprison-  set    heavy    bob   sleighs,* both   new.'-! mt,nt  cheap    to    eleai\     Morrow's    Black-!  smith Shop. |    Notifies are  up calling for tenders  -Mr  fix  the carrying of the mail six times  Mrs. J. W. Dow left on Tuesday for ' it..        ���������   n *    * * j r ��������� .  a *     n   Wv,     "������������������*. -     V ���������      ;,, . a week  between  Greston  and 'Lister.  Summerland,  B.C.:   where    she   will I m   rm,   -.    ���������       * x~.   * xx        t       ���������      x  , ^,       . '        .-,*,������������������-��������� *, IE. Thompson of the latter place is at  spend the next month with her daugh- '   ��������� <-,**,5��������� ,-���������._ ���������,    -* ��������� **  ^  Z     ..      r,    x    .a-   tv       w present doing tne woi-k- in  connection  ter. Mrs.-8. A.; MacDonald. j ��������� -*������,   -i -     .*'���������*-������������������>      -    ���������  ~x        a  with-.*his. -motor truck   ,freight   and  Skates Fob SALEr-Pair of hockey.-; passengersei vice.  skates with pair of No. 6 hockey boots,  oniy   slightly   used.    Price   is   right.  Earl Birney at Bank of Commerce.  Live Poultry Wanted���������Will pay  top cash price for live chickens aud  ducks. Dong Barney, Pacific restaurant, next Mawson Bros, store,  Creeton.  The King's Daughters, a -teen age  girl| club just organized in connection  with Presbyterian church wbrk is  giving a silver tea at the luianse tomorrow (Saturday) afteihob'n from 3,  to 5 to which all are" invited.  Attention is called to the dance in  the Parish Hall next Thursday evening, which will follow a general meeting of-the Conservatives of the Valley.  The dance will start prompt at 10,  with Creston orchestra music, and an  admission of 75c, which includes  8 upper.  Mr; Nieorand "family 'arrived from  Hosthern, Sask., the first of the week,  and is now occupying the Compton  house on .Victoria. Ave., which he recently, purchased. Mr. , Ni col last  summer   purchased   half   of   the   old  MILK from Mountain View  Dairy Ranch  ���������it is produced under sanitary conditions;  ���������is rich in butter fat; N  ���������is free from the germ of tuberculosis.  Read this:  TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: -^  .4. 4.1*0  certify that-1 have tested the herd of Mr. Walter  is   to  cer&iry tuat i  Jackson for tuberculosis, and find them free.  R.B.-ILSLEY  Prov. Vt. Inspector.  Creston. Jan, 22, 1921.  It is my intention to give you the_besfc in tjuality  and service.    Same price the year round.  7 Quarts or 14 Pints $1.00.      Cream, 30c. Pint  splendid seryice rendered  of the Sunday school and the morning  service at the church.  A meeting of representatives of the  five United-Farmer locals in the Valley  is being arranged for Saturday at  Creston, at which it is likely a district  central organization will'be formed.  W. V. Jackson, the Kootenay representative on the provincial executive  is calling the meeting.  It is definitely stated that the Valley  will have a new fruit inspector this  year in the. person of T. Bain of Mission, who was .here on Saturday with  formei inspector A. M. Fletcher, taking a preliminary look over the Valley.  Mr. Fletcher, will succeed Mr. Bain in  *be Mission-Hatsic territory.  Reports submitted at the annual  meeting of tbe Presbyterian church  on Monday night go to show that with  the advenfe of a. satisfacrory minister  the congregation's? affairs are almost  back to normal. Despite the fact that  the church was pastorless for at least  six months the Sunday school attendance averaged  52  for the whole year.  Mrs. M. J. Boyd was this week's  whist hostess, four tables of players  gathering Wednesday for cards, at  which Mrs. Hayes again had the good  fortune to scapture the first prize.  After the whist there were refreshments and a half hour of sociability  that nicely rounded out an engagement that was thoroughly enjoyed by  aii.  Registrar Gibbs did not render himself liable for income tax on the  strength of the 1920 revenue from  sales of marriage licenses. Altogether  he sold only fisre of them. In addition  to this there were at least four other  weddings, which wonld bring Cupid's  showing for the' year up to a total of  nine���������three of which were at Wynndel  and'a couple at Efi-rkson.  What will likely be the best dance  of the season is announced for tonight  at the Auditorium, with an admi-ssion  of SI per couple, and music by a four?  piece orchestras Mrs. Lister, violin;  Mrs. Foreman, piano; Mr. Chorlton,  [cello; and A. Lidgate, drums The  affair is a sendoff foi- Mrs. Foreman,  who with Mr. Foreman and the family,  are moving to Yahk to reside.  ...   0. xvx xivixtm v    vllf,t**i,   jL-d/. AHV.  is written by Clemenceau, t^ie man  who was premier of France at the  most critical period of the recent great  war. - Of "The Strongest" may well be  it said that it is the "mightiest motion  picture of tha mightiest drama by the  mightiest man in the World." There  will be one showing only of tbe film,  Tuesday at 8.30. with the admission at  25c. for children and 75c. for adults.  rgBBWWS g- -Spss-  Iilxpectatlon is at a high pitch in anticipation of the performance offered  by Leslie, Grossmith and party on  Wedhesday, Feb. 2nd, at the theatre,  A more attractive offering could hardly be conceived-, including as it does a  first-class variety concert, an extremely funny play, and a dance with special music all included in ..the admission  ticket, lt is only on rare occasions we  are visited by a*-(J-3ts of the calibre of  Mr. Leslie Gioss'mith, whose name is  known all over the world, and he will  be assisted by - Hugh Barbour, solo  violinist, and Mile. Georgett (Mrs. Leslie Grossmith) in his songs. . It is to be  hoped the event will meet with the  success it richly deserves.  though a neighbor's horse was secured  to help pull the load to the top of the  grade, when the top of the hill was  reached the Webster animal made a  few plunges and then tnppied over  dead.  It is stated that with two exceptions'  every male resident of Alice Siding  was at the .irrigation meeting at Creston on Saturday. With Jas. Compton as one'of the~*thfee commissions s  sp-fcedy action on the project may he  looked for.  4  The younger folks of Alice Siding  had an enjoyable afternoon of it on  Sunday at skating on flats slough.  Messrs. Ash' and Norris have been  at Erickson all last week doing carpenter work on the new house G. P.  Smith is erecting there.  Between hunting up stray cattle  and hay hauling the stock-owning  ranchers of this section are kept very  busy these times.  .,     -Z**-*r  Mr. Churchill was another of onr  citizens to lose an animal last week.-  A yearling heifer belonging to him fell  over the rocks above his place, landing  on the old K.\ . tracks and breaking  its neck, causing instant death.  Miiee SMtfin^  The  jt^i^tlJ  Principjil  Steel  of the public school  was a week-end visitor with friends in  -Nelson.  .J. H. Webster had' the bad luck to  lose his black work horse on Thursday last. While hauling a load of hay  up the Simister hill the animal, apparently, over-exerted itself   and  al-  WALTER V. JACKSON  Saturday, FEB. 5th  MONROE SALISBURY  in  The Phantom  Melody  Twa-reel Rainbow Comedy  Blue Stripe  They are of  much hard  These have been selling regularly at $3.50  best quality material, and will .stand as  wear as the best of them.    Don't miss this opportunity to get a dependable pair of Overalls at  a  sur-  prininglv low price. ���������*'  25 Per Cent, Discount off all  Winter  Goods  e������  Mens Heavy t'nderwear. Men's Mackinaw Pantw,  Men's  Bannockbui'fi- Tweed Pants, Men's Drews Trousers in  a   variety   of designs,   Mens  and   Boys'  Sweaters,  Men's Heavy Socks,  Man's and  Hoys' Artie Socks,  Men s. Flan nel Sh ill*.  10 Per Cent, off all Heavy Rubbers  MAWSON   BROTHERS  Better Service General Merchfltilfl Lower Prices  General Merchatilfl  The feature of the annual meeting  of Christ Church congi-egation on  Monday night was the discussion on  the moye to call"h,,,resident minister.  The congregation*, is divided as to  whether a.permanent yicaris financially feasible, and the decision was to  state the situation to the bishop, along  with a request that he visit Creston  and investigate ilu* matter person-al.lv.  ���������*. The concert  under the direction of  ,M.;.  JM'rs. Gat-land and'.^rs; Listei forthe  purpose of raising'funds.to furnish the  apartments of Miss 'AJcLuban, the  health nurse, was a splendid success in  every way. The programe as published last week was presented in its entirety and every niimbei* was enthusiastically received, After paying all  expenses $80 has been handed over to  treasurer of the health nurse committee.  The Arrow Creek irrigation meeting  on Saturday afternoon was verv largely attended and Messrs, Compton, Adlard and Littlejohn were named as  cotnmitifiimiers Lo proceed witn the  siMMiring of the Signatures to the nee**.  essai-y petition aud then gel an engineer on to make another report on  the Arrow Creek project, ns well as on  the possibility of uMlizing Goat River  arid LhiiN be able "to irrigate a much  larger, nre������.  The King's Daughters is a new junior  girls club organ audi in connection with  Cieston Piesbytei'fan Church, with  thi.*) following nilict'i-R in charge.  Hon. President��������� Mrs. Piper.  Pidsidenl.���������Louiso' Bevan.  Vict .President���������Athena Schade.  Secretary���������Hawd Hobden.  Cor. Smiretitry��������� Ruth Swanson.  Treasurer���������Evelyn Hurry.  Pianist���������Agnes Hobden.  The club will meet once a month  when fh'Kt aid and other helpful subjects will he -studied. There is a tnem-^  bership of about fifteen  to start with.  Capt. Inn Mackenzie, one nf the five  Liberal M.P.IVh nf Vancouver, was a  visitor hen! at lliei4 Hist of tlur vvnek.  Along wild Col. n������iv-icH. hond of the  Lund Settlement Board, he was at  Lhler making ene-uiry Into the situn-  tinn there, and as u result unmiruneo  has been given I lint a brand new iigrer-  incut nf hale ulilrh will be almost  identical with thf hawlnah'sitfri-'cmi-nu  What you want when you want it, is the service that  builds up a successful business. We endeavor  at all times to extend to our customers the  best of service, fche best of merchandise, and  afc prices.;thafc.are consistent with good values:  You will find shopping here is a pleasure; our  goods all we claim for them, and our service  the best.  For the month of January  the House of Hobberlin  offers a Special Discount  of 331-3 Per Cent, on  Made - to -Measure Suits.  These prices are lbwer  than Spring prices can  possibly be, and it will be  ���������LyoJadiantage to order  now.  S. A. 5PEERS  GENERAL  MERCHANT.  IT IS WISE  to have your car thoroughly overhauled and  every detail looked over at least once a year,  especially during the winter months, when the  time in which the car is laid up docs not inconvenience one. We offer only the best in  * workmanship and supplies.  AUTHORIZED FORD SERVICE STATION.  CRESTON SERVICE GARAGE  LIDGATE BROS.  PHONE 81   P. ���������,;���������.,;. ���������-���������.;���������-.   \**������1

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