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Creston Review Apr 15, 1921

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Array Vol. Xin.  tiPi!^^  No. 11  Children Pre^ni  Sacred*^*  *a  The most pretentious and vfg'lj presented jwyehile entertaSntnent'^^at* I  tempted in tKe Galley waa'^The Ites-  urrection," a three-act saci-ed .cajqtartk  which was put en by a combination o*  Methodist Sunday school talent and  yoangs*- members -of the  sr  .v������^2   0t^   tXtX-  congregation in Mercantile H������J1 OWr]  Friday night,' and which attracted a  turnout tha^weii-uUe&^ne,.'sp������eiou**p  hall.       > i-    i i . - r ii} .������.*���������.      ���������������!  The cantata* while largely,' musical  included some spoken, parts. and in.  botb the co������������)e-~os;>ins**e*������������ pe-^ownera  Vbo made up ���������'TRe J^nrpectJOn'* coin**  pJMsy acA������!ttAd tWn^selv-f&^tilendidly  throughout. .-A very pi&tty finals, was  given the first act ^bfdh -cobfeist^ ofu  tableau and pantomine, i accompanied  uy #������.e e&gtng of &-&&.*'' My,"God"M������  Thee, done by Misses Alice Comfort,  Edith Cook, Marguerite" Crawford,  Eva Holmes, Violet Morrow and|2dith  Crawford, clad in flowing whit** robes  and executing the movements appropriate- to the ��������� changing , sentiments of  the well-known -hymn with n~.j ease,1  and grace.tb&t indicated careful- preparation for the scene by the^dirpctoiv  MissMcLnhan, ,-.,,.  Much of the success of -the cantata  depended on David, a .part ������alUngfor,  several solos and recitative -features,  aud which, was. .decidedly .creditably  taken by Fred Payne. With the ghls  the heavier parts were: enisjwsted to  Violet Morrow-as Naoiai; andEdithr  Cook asTirsah, both of whom fitted in-  XiO their respective roles qnite^caly.  ' Miss Morrow was, CLulte all obe wcail^  expect of W#<m*hf ������t #^^o*������*^    * A?1  0~~~ma\^imm*   ���������"^*5SS5'  \ making the' yirious costumed of -tho  1 boy members '-of the  company,  the  costuming- Adding niqch  to  the attractiveness of the.-e^tata,    ,Tbjp balloon aScejisU������n������,botb before and ^f&er  the entertainment drew a big crowd*,  The&flfeir was a splendid success fln-  auciaily gross proceeds totalling $67,5������  The'Hevlew is  asked, to  extend  Vp%  thank? 6f the promotaSrs of the cantata to aii who helped iW any Vay' <*i*b  tfci5prl&senfckt!dn as'well  as  full  ap*  p^-alatioa of the splendid atte  of citizens.   '������������ >1'.-  *3S!  W&$&<  mxrt.x m 14.40.  UUWMVV  ton,were tbe guests of Mr. and Mi's.  Vic Johnson over ,the 'w"eek-end, re-  turning on Monday night. Mr. Embree lias just finished the annual oyer-  haul of M. Wigen's car, and it is now  running in first-class style for the  summer.'  . The United Farmers are holding a  wbist and dance at the Clubhouse on  Matt.  &m&ZF&n Gttjf  v.-. -:  *.,���������h**-���������.    - ��������� ,  Clayton    will    again be  in  charge of the Woodr-Spencer and D. \  Rodge*$*4-a$che$ this yeay, and is busy  ai stumpieg^pei-atiofis.pn thp former  ranches.,   M  . JSrfr.-and--M?s. Warebara of England  arrived a few days ago at the latter's  sister, Mrs. G. Davie They are making* their home with jUrs. Wareham's  parents* Mr. and Mrs. Rosa, at Creston atfprtfeent.  *Wi*thGuv Browell. bus^ of late van%  lag half a dos-en trips -a^day baul!"������j  lumber and ties with widety**dtruc,k,s^  -Be has helped considerably in levelling  the rough spots and putting the roads  good shape.  The-directors ettf-tbe United Farmers  have been named as Che delegates to  the co-operative association confer  ence git Erickson on* Wednesday ojfthis  %9j**~~r, This .was decided ajt the. Aprils  meeting on the 1st* wbichv closed wjfchj  cas-fi^vnd.dancippp���������the latter featvire  inclttdiog some Swedish and Scotch  Jigs-���������the, affair getting the piano fund  *bamY*$10. V   '   '  . ^������ ^eevmc������������g&&A0 Aeen* spending.  Harry BroWjabn^llc)yetted in a team  <Ji h&atfy wnr^ih^f^"~ibd-i8 finding  plenty of wort fgriii&Sa^oing ploughing by the da^ or; cont^t.  A pleasant Social ieafe^& of the week'  was a- miscel?anV#|^uwer  at  the  schoolhonSe.bn  tF**^^  evening  in. ���������__  iTl ~ mi^m. ���������terXiiZZ&rxtc.trxrx   ���������\i,vrvx,xv. Saturday, April 16th.   Cards from 8.30  honor of Mi8$-5feute^'f������ton, whose j.   ^^     -"    ���������* .  ijnarriage������tqi,"lv#y "CSii^tensea- takes \  Place, pn A^T-|������fi^4^^H������te'eeWt  fyae- the recij^ie^|^|������^p^sefiii house-  *������ei������f������Kiqw*i>#|������t fjwm^ost of.wbll  ers. jmui smw*-**?*  lv^h^>^'^'  fppshm^nts about ni  - -pb������ first shipment e^t^ple- tn*es dv  rlvVdhere'oriTtfi^da^^ii'dhave been  fi to the exj)ei-|m|l&al-fplot wbere  ^*������4A    **t^"       f - 4t*t Itl.V Vm Vf** V0XAV.X VAVVVrMA  time as they *re_ reqn^ed %o he set out.  Makes Another  f)ifi*������!r Ci  -- -^'^ijifatfc. with w-  w ht.  to iG'pvnar, with prizes for the highest  scores. Songs and recitations haYe*������lr  so been arranged for. Gents 50c. Lat  dies please.bring refreshments., Come,  and make this one of the most successful aflaits of tbe season.  Mr. and Mrs/Matthews and-family  of Canyon City arrived on Saturday  and are now located in one of the J. *B.  ^Vinlaw's shacks. Mr. Matthews is  working on-the Winlaw crew** -  -A. W. Allan, manager of the Creston brunch of the Imperial  Bank, was'  a business visitor here on  Tuesday aP  ternuon.  Mrs. M. Craigie celebrated her .08th  birthday on ^Monday;>and beveral,relations fio'm Creston came down to  wish her many happy returns of the  day.    She is. still hale and hearty, and  The. shipment, of ^������yer seed to be  distributed tb the, bettJers Is "expected  any day and the farmers are asked to'  leave their sacks at the L.S:B. office.  V-  . Mrs. D. Chalmeis is} the first of tlie  poultry fanciers"to report 1921 chicks.  She 'has a new lnt''t|f Barred Rocks,  hich arrived on S������*���������ay.  The monthly me^ng of the G.W.  does keeping house quite efficiently.  V. A. is scheduled ^Saturday nigbt      j   Balh-e i(J |n ^^^ of fche p6tm?n  of protest against the proposed regulations that wiii stop hunting and  fishing on Sundays. It is hoped that  -everyone interested in these sports  will add thei: names to the petition*  at 8 prompt, with ~ Me following to  oons^itnte the *rhiei^>ms of business:  Report of the prtjs&itttiial executive  meeting. discussion-OT the Torontsres-  ri      A, fc   *���������   *     > V >r- y rl'x^' '  olution re compensajof og soldiers of the  C.B.F, who served -j|verseas, a.nd the  drafting of a i-esohst^n for the protection of the poultry--industry in B-C  Jim Turnley has a'er^w of si?t men  at work on a new 2&;s 32 feet.{������s>>rooms  i-esidencje for Tnomas^Atkit-s.  TheJLadiei*' Au^li^ry of the'G.W.  ���������'.-^.^mi^i^^^^l  hard   tinM������s|  ������  '   -������     ���������~i-.ii'-0   -Jtx^. ^CAtX-xXt^SSktm^ximM- ..l~J^tmv0vA   '   ������������.,>(������������     U'xv^immtt-*. 1 *-k������   lr.������r-  ������s to thfepojmltfrity ^Mtt������g������iiBsystiin?yHi  (Joodwir. lis h?r:reci%a^on,A,,S$ie Nearest Thing." "Th-d^takihg-xhe varione  parts is thte caritata wsre:  around, ^running horizotttaK   tjne log:^  Roving up by power And" the sawn  block is kicked away by level-.' JBlehas  "finished the model which is  exactly  Jewish   Middens-^inlet -Uo^^^S^  Naomi; Eva holmes,Z Achsah; Bdith-j  Cook, Tir^ah; Marguerite Crawfprtf  Abigail.   I ' ._.  Shepherd Xeads���������Clarence Staples,  tJlayton Muirhead, Clarence Doble,  I van staples.  FisBer   Lads���������-Harry   Smith,   Ben  Crawford. Emery DrTble, Tom  Kittle^  Hon,   - \ ��������� f.  Fred Payne, 'David; Robert Com^  fort, Nicodemus. ���������  Roman Soldiers���������Robert Hethering-  ton. Ted Staples. Boh,0,rawford, Harvey Gdbhett.  Primary Boys and Girls���������Mary  Goodwin, Laura Holmes, Evelyn Linn  Levi Doble. Cecil Muirhead, Allen  Staples. ',''"'"ZZ,   "' ''?"���������'������������������''.'t";  T. Jl. Goodwin's work at the organ  helped materially in   "The  Resnrrec-  tiopV successful presentation, and a  word of; praise is due the   ladies who  must have spent considerable  time in  ^ and th^iK-:^ for 'fS^-feardystcttst-  aimesr gom^^O<4Miss NelBe Cfcalmers  aUdJvorChristensen. " A'ftast'yVsuppd  er "was served about 11/30 ^*ndthe'ifloorj  wasanebai^eof Jhs. Tixcnley,  D. J. Dewar has almost completed  the addition to his house on  the Cory  clearing, which he has leased.  :    i* - *r  Geo. Hnscroft has^finisbed the building of^his-new-bouserandas now busy  clearing' up^-the land afupud it.  M- Wigen ie.busy thesfe,days shipp-  infe ^vawbe^m^.pJabts.   a������d' reports  - It. v m.     .. A    -**������-. 'A. *-4^^>H!fc  ���������S *?--.'��������� *>��������� gPSS^V.      ir-~ *J  Provincial police ffiocer VachoiTon  Wednesday - executed    still   another  sample of bis qnick work   at   burglar  catching. On Tuesday morning he  received a telephone message from  provincial police Walsh at Fort Steele  that the st������ir-e and postoffice at Windermere had been entered on March 21  by ' three'"Tneaians,-* who' made off  with-a quantity- of -store goods, the  contents of,- the tilU and registered letters.   Two of tbe trio were apprehend-  ~$2-J*^.!\XT..Si.tx     Sx.x.     *U��������� -**U:_^������    rx-trx      ~i.-0  WJL .tm    00 ftic������ii|   luxau    vttv.   veu*c*L*������������   uuct    ou|/-  pe^sed-to' besifoe-Stanley," bad not been  |>aken,.and it .ss^as thought he, might  have made,his way to the Creston re  serve, where he was supposed to have  friends and Creston* officer was asked  keep a lookout for him.     Mr Vaehon  immediately ^instituted enquiry, and  on receiv na^seem'Ingly reliable information that ^Cwanted Stanley had left  here for, Bonners  Ferry*   Idaho,   on  Saturday, he. set  out  on   that  trip  [alone bv motorcar on Tuesday evening, itttiviu^ ovr 'jL^onners Awuv ������^ a.m.  tbe following.ds-y.      Be immediately  got in touchy with J>he law officialsof  that' town- *abd proceeded to make~en-  qdiry-������itf brigst tne Idaho tribe of reds  its to'whether Stanley-bad been- a re-  ce^t vigitor,at their reserve.      Advice  was given that he had made a call but  xsjed left-again in quest of employment  and in acting oo this clue-~a������all -was  made  at .nasaes-au^ ranches. 4ss  tfee  neighborhood of Bonnersv where Mr.  Vachbn was finally successful" in locating him-at work-at=a land clearing job  He was taken into custodv and without any ceremony., as  to  extradition  proceedings was brought back'to Ores-*  ton,-  -arriving  -her-g, early   Thursday  morning������-and he is now   in   the local  jail awaiting'the  arrival of the Fort  Steele'police officer   to  take   htm 'tt.  Oranhrook for trial.  Wednesday, APRIL  oi^vis^cK^aT &, oo.  ;ii:;  ���������PjSfeifit  A������0MB&^  >. -v  *4am4tm4m  e<*  l^Lm  with an excellent wipporting  Cleaii arid,.  W4jy,������nd;is a splendid piece of work-  'manship.  , Huygens & VanAckeran are at work  aleai4ngup>> four -acres opposite-the  Vabce ranch.  , T. Mawson fs the first to commence  thinning out his orchard. He is busy  Chopping'"onteach',of -the alternate  trees"which were set out  15 x IS'feet.  he,'*' .     ,*  Johnson <B.ro*. -fe Young have finish  ed Sltiddi.ng some 2000 poles for J. B.  Winlaw, and will commence hauling  same to shipping point immediately.  Itisq'ritfte'pntuiible the sawmill will  resume, sawing in n few weeks���������once  the log-^lnpt ft*oiid i*s in'shape for motor  tyi^ha^a^gr';,:'^'*'";':.';; '''   'v,y ,"',''  1 Pete' Nelson, the local mi-wl. king,  findsjb(\sine^ iu>pr<>ving '. so extensive'*.  ly that he isconverting a Fend car into a motor truck in order to provide  prompt deliyery tna!lr points;   ���������      ..', *'  Thos. Gallon., who has been a i-ssi-  dt-nt here fbr several yeaif-s, lujeoni-  panlei by''hi.^Xvlfe ������nd"'ftfhitls-Vleft thiB  vseelc for fertile, where he has taken a  position with' the White Spioice Lum-  oefCompiAnv. ,, '   ^'f: *'<" "   ���������?  Mr^yoss hap ^l^-'n^w^q.nse'^n';, the ���������  for^e^;^ift^*bn ^an.ch .inpaviniar '.jepsru-  pletion^ andwill be inoying into it before the(>pd of the month,,^.''^:]���������''^ZJ  Leallo Mclnnes Is busy at land plenr-  IngOporaAlons at preuent, and Intends  going extensively Into .,sirawbei-ries  and raspberries.  ��������� '    P -.--���������, -���������*���������������������������; *      *      ������������������'.���������     '    *.[:;.: '-.'*  '.  Capynti. la dtie for dh Invasion to^  night fronV the, Oreston M<thodl>������!ts  who are repeHling the shdi-ed cadtatii,  f^Thia^ IM������sivrrectipWi:i^ \p \, the  nchbo).  x.jii*.' Bate^van of-Batentan Vb pepper  dlh'e^ou  the former F; H-; Jackson  ranchrrii , jufit ' Imck *' ti-pvo  OaJ|rary,  kpcldnntally, ^iok unto himself ix wife,  wbb.wllbjoin ,hlu*. atf the. ranuh next  The stork paid another official visit  here on Wednesday. April 6th, leaving a fine big boy with Mr. and Mrs.  Elias Uri.  T." W. Davis of Coleman ai-riyed on  Friday, and is doing some land clearing on his ranch here.  Mibses Bathie were yisitors at Sirdar  on Monday, making the trip bv hay.  burners.  Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Embree of Cres-  , ''*-*--  Mr. and MrsP Heap of Coalhurst.-Al-  ta,*, *Mrs.JSSM*tin.o.| Vaucdi?yer������ JMiss  t_oiifen^?PM^  Jfr^ki^Mtew Sinjistefe. last week, at-  tetfd������n-^rthe funeral  of the  late Mrs.  Lane on Thursday.  PLEASE NOTE  of  ,,, .   . fleti  ..*   '*,-.;      . '*.' i  .tH'j"  iru-   '.*  osome;  I'laehoe and Hpitvkles;' with  Not. a Moving Picture.  ONE NMHT ONLY  414  of*  mohthv "WL*. Pepperdine^ who is-also  .>."���������>_-1;**4t * rwi   ������v������:; ?*tj\At ...A,   ���������ii\.'i'-'- i������',..:i������y,>  ^^0^^0tm^l^^4m  tKftUIT WANCM  .,.,������������������   n'inniiwin|iiinii| i  ^'\ - ,  ,       wmmtmtfmimttm .    t,  "Wantd^FrtiliMhfti'th, ahout ten acres  tH������arlnK< trees preferred. Small ctish  payment, easy terms for Iwdance. Full  naitlQularn apply to 0. HESTBW,  (bcBton.  ���������f  52 p.m. PROMPT  jJjrVaSgone, Citrt. 'iHariiei^.'PJo.w;  Mower, hHarrbws, Cultivator  Bbdatoade, Folding Bed, Bed  vjSprifijgp.?' ���������hto$vMTitbIe/ ������������������ &c. '���������':  rt.'Utr     A>     ���������'''���������'������������������ \    '���������'  'Z,''!i!':,Z  ���������������������������    ������������������  *.*",,    TERMS..;. ���������'.CMI.  No res*������rv������;" sayUs'-to^Ideetip  Callander-Murdottli Estate.-  J. F. ROSE, Auctioneer.  MissO. Webb of Silverton-arrived  last week on a yisit to Mr. -and Mrs*  G. P. Smith.  Lome Botterill left on Tuesday for.  Claresholm, Alta., where be' will try  his hand on prairie farming this' season.  ���������* ,<- . -~  Mrs. C. Kelsey and young son, who  have been Victoria   visitors   for  the  past four months,  got.back on Wed-1  nebday last.      The sojourn at threap-'  ital was for the good of ,Mrt>.' Kelsey's.  health, which is greatly benefitted.'  . - i j.  A very thorough discussion ojfrnchool  matters generally was in , evidence at  the ratepayers meeting at the. school  on Tuesday nighj., which was;^|e9s>'ded  oyer, by W. G. Littlejohn, with Mir*  Palfreyman taking the minute's. The  meeting wits quite unafrimmM- in the  decision that another room*, will have  tb bu added before school it -opehs^ for  thefailter^h..; ' ',''"   '������������������v*';\;*'^-'--\i '���������'  24 delegates represe.ntih^* th^/ fiye'  loc^l. of the United Farmei-s in, the  Valley were here on We<lnesday ufter-,  noon for the meeting at M.. JR, Pal^u-  ers, at which it was enthuslHSticiUly  und unanlmoiisly agreed to proceed  with the. organisation ofa"co,operi������  atlye association which will--have its  headquarters at Erickson. '.^he shards  in the association will self at 825, and  a canVusb will be at once Instituted to  sell the stock of-the association, ^���������JR*  Mawson of Canyon City being chosen  secretary pro tern. In a ropo^. of t-hff  initial meeting of the cn.opittwtlW association hackers the yote to pt-t&eed  with organlatatlon nhiinld have been ro*  poned us 21 to 4 In favor hot 30 to 7 ns  was stated at that time. .',,.,*;.,'  Mrs.. H. Hamilton and'Mj^ArcW������  Kerr got away on Tuesday to Telkwa,  B.C., to join Mr. Hamilton who left n  couple of weeks previous and has purchased a quarter suction of land in the  Bnlkley S'alley. The^Hodtt aloh'g a  ~imV of effects which Ihchidwl llvi������ head  of milch cows and a 8|>������iriI*,otZ-t^i)tk  horwea purchased frnrti Jas; Muxw-il.  Mr. arid Mrs. G. Playter of L|ovd-  [uiiniHter, Sask., who&p-ant the wintef  here with tho latter's   mother-.   Mrs.  TruHCott, also left this week for Telkwa, where they are taking up farming  The.grader. attached to - a. Cleveland  tractor has, been at work, on fc^e roads  as far as vthe Pease ranch early in the  week,, and the travelling Is now excellent to town.   '  . Miss Alva Kelly got back - last week  from a visit with friends at- HosraeT*. ���������  Charlie Lane,  "who  has   been  here *  with his grandparents, Mr.  and'Mrs.'  Simister, for some j time.' has returned  to his home at Macleo^, Alta.  Mr. Potts of Wynndel was here last  week, lending a1 :hand with stumpihg  operations, on   the Churchill   ranch'.'  Mr. West is also busy at stumping operations on, about three acres of the,  former Rose & Watcher ranch,    -  Mr. Aldereou has shipped, in a work  horse iuiif* Kejly who is in qbarge.of  the Alderson (Andy Milter) ranch.  -i-  0*  Realizing the general de  mand and ueceaaity for proper  aooommodatioh; in .which to  keep securities, and with a  deairp to serve tlbe pnblie in  this reapeob, We haye recently  Siifitituitcd At this- Branch a  Safe - Keeping Department,  and are prepared to accept  for (tafe-keeping all * manner  of cteciirities such as Bonds,  .Deed*, Insurtwtob ' ���������: PoHoien,  WI'jIIb, ota, guamnteod by the  hank against loaal  The charges in this oonnec-  tian range froml$l to $2, ao-  oording -.. to the vain������:; of the  security lodged for safe-keep-  Imperial Bank of Canada  CRESTON BRANCH aassS  lw-mamSLW~fm  -.. ���������*  TTTTH     T-VZVJ'pVvP     irfJi^'iYiV.  ' m  X0-"  .IS.  81'  11  hi  Send jo?  Book of  Recipes f  FREBl  Trm     ****������ ������        *A  and,  20-lb.tina  JL^ungry, romping children eat all the doughnuts they  JL JL want���������in homes where Mother uses Crown Brand  Syrup when making them. It is a healthful, wholesome,, highly nutritious food, recommended by  highest authorities on diet. Fine as a spread, as a  table syrup, for all baked dishes, icings and candies.  TKB CANADA STARCH CO., LIMITED, MONTREAL  Crown Brand Syrup  * Vhe Great Sweetener" s  Canada's Railway Problem  Canada has a goodly number of problems awaiting soliution on her  bands at .present, but it is doubtful if any one presents greater difficulties, or is fraught ^with such danger, to the country if not solved, than  the- National. Railways. The annual deficit is so staggering���������amounting to almost as much as the total revenue of the Dominion only a comparatively few years before the war���������and is increasing rather than diminishing, notwithstanding the heavy advances in passenger and freight  rates,   that  the  people have  real-cause  for-concern.  Nothing is to bc gained now by trying to saddle the responsibility  for policies which have resulted in the. present deplorable situation, as  many party politicians are persisting in endeavoring to do. Each of the  two political parties which have guided the national policies of Canada  in the .past have a share of that responsibility, to carry. Both inaugurated policies and encouraged the building of thousands of miles of at  present unprofitable lines, no doubt with the best intentions and in an  honest and sincere desire to develop the vast resources of the Dominion.  Perhaps, not least of all, the people are themselves to blame because they  demanded the construction of -these lines, and approved and supported  the Governments which provided fpr- f-ke-na*  It is no-use crying over sptlt milk. The situation exists, the prob-  ���������tom has been created, intensified and - made the more difficult because  -of the war.      It must now be faced and a solution  found. .  That solution is not to be found in political bickerin-gs, but in a united and patriotic determination to get at the rock-bottom facts. When  a man is desperately sick, the first important thing is a thorough diagnosis of the case, and, if it is discovered that a severe operation is necessary, to apply thc*_ knife with courage and determination. The same  thing holds true of the National Railways. If there is mismanagement,  waste and extravagance, it must be cut out; if there is a lack of good  judgment shown in financial management, or in the operation of the road,  there must be improvement brought about without loss of time; if the  service given the public is not such as to merit confidence and attract  business which ought to be had, then the-service must be improved and  n13.de to command public support.  But it is becoming more and more-apparent that these things atone! progresses  Tiie Key Industry  Of   Highest   Importance   That   The  Agriculturist's Occupation Should  .3e Made Profitable.  Th e ag riciiit t'u ris t is, the **on c1 man -in  the cosmic scheine of things xvhom.  society canhofiafford-to see^'lose^out"  oh his job. He'is pre-eminently the"  ���������'key industry"; that must be kept go-?  ing though |the rest of the world is  temporarily -obliged to'shut up shop.  It is, therefore, of-..the highest importance that the agriculturist's occupation should be mkde as consistently profitable as, it is possible for  governmental policy and human prevention to make it To stabilize his  calling in this respect is to take a  long step toward- the stabilization of  world industry���������thi supreme need today of our sadly shattered civilization.  ���������Detroit  Fr.ee Press..  YOUNG LADEi MAD-IIS  If you are bothered with pimples,  rashes and ugly blotches on your face,  if your complexion is sallow, it's an  evidence that you require Dr. Hamilton's Pills to tone up the blood. One  of these splendid regulating- pills  makes a complexion like peach bloom-  cheeks soon become rosy, eyes brighten, you again look the picture of  health, look and feel well because you  use Dr. Hamilton's Pills of Mandrake  and Butternut. 25c at all dealers of  The  Catarrhozone Co.,  Montreal-  It is an odd coincidence that King  George and his four sons, the Prince  of Wales, Prince Albert, Prince  Henry and Prince George, were all  born on a Saturday.  NEW STRENGTH FOR  -I7irTtlWe Al?   AN It CMf A  ?������Uill?������3 Vf  iill  XiiMEA  Loss of Strength Follows When the  Blood Becomes Thin.  Anaemia is the medical term for  thin, watery blood. The  loses strength, becomes- short of  breath and complains of palpitation  of the heart after, the slightest exertion, such as walking up stairs. The  lightest task becomes a burden.  [There is a. loss of ambition, the vic-  I'tim loses weight and  as the disease  World Happenings  ���������Rr-i-evfSi  I  _ IrtCktiii  O~01  i'ui! w  J  ^*iensiaa."ob  35.  70*  IE'S just used Sloan's  Liniment and tiie quick  comfort had brought a smil*  of pleasure to his face*.  Good for aches resulting  from weather exposure,  sprains, strains, lame back,  overworked muscles. Pene~  (rates without rubbing.    All  Great property ^damage was done,  ���������and thkt^llivc&jjpvere lost in-* a terrific  storm wh&h. sjwep!i|ehc southern coast  'of'japan^*':'*1''*'*- ������������������'���������'iP-'-'.' -1 *���������������������������*���������--:���������;'; ��������� ������������������,..- ���������     a   >���������& ������rf%t  The   denationalization   of Russian   W^^^PA tph-pT %tOtf  industries, in   Order .-to permit of the  exploitation    of    various    works  by  foreign    concessionaires,    will begin  -with the British-owned properties*.   .  "Canadian coal for Canadian consumers," was the slogan put forward  by the standing committee of the  Commons on the future coal supply  of the Dominion.  Sarah Bernhardt appeared recently in London with ,her company  at the Prince's Theatre in the title  role of Louis Vernetui's play "Daniel."  Madame Bernhardt received an ovation.  - .  Eight persons were killed and many  were injured in La Paz, Bolivia, when  Lieut. Baudron, a French army aviator, lost control of his airplane during an exhibition flight and plunged  into a crowd.  The Montreal BoardT of Trade unanimously disapproves of any attempt  to stop diversion of wheat from Winnipeg to. Quebec to Winnipeg-^New  York by means of a special rate on  the Canadian Railways.  Heart Disease Relieved In 30 Minutes.  Dr. Agnew's Remedy for the Heart ffivei  perfect reliet in all (Sasea ot Organic -or  Sympathetic Heart Disease in 10 minutes, and  speedily effects a cure. * It ts a peerless  remedy for Palpitation, "shortness o������ Breath,  Smothering. Spells.. Pain in I .eft Side, and all  symptoms of a diseased tleart. One don.  conviuce������.  Big Berry Crop in B, C.  _ the    appetite is affected,  will not have the effect of completely wiping out thc annually  recurring; color fades from cheeks and lips and  deficits.      First and foremost, all such needed reforms must be effected, ��������� fainting spells may ..eSSeur.���������*  but  there  must be  something even  more  constructive  in order  to build!     Anaemia is not a disease that cor-  .1      -kt ,���������       1   t> -t tv      u x    .. ���������    1      ������i      t- j      t   /- 1 rccts itself, and if unchecked it  pro-  ,up the National Railways. To state it concisely, the Federal Govern-\ gresses steadi!y. But it can be comment, assisted by all the Provincial Governments, must bring into effect! batted by good food, fresh air and a  policies  that will  have  the effect of building up  Canada and  thus  build  proper tonic for the blood:      As the  up the National  Railways.    In  other words,  the most far-seeing policies! b,I?od becomes rich    and    red    under  .  , t    a  x j j,iji .  r Z- this   treatment,  the  symptoms  disap-  must be evolved to encourage and speed up the development for use ofj pear as in thc case.0f M;SS Evelyeen  tlie natural resources of Canada from thc Atlantic to the Pacific. 1 Joyce, W.estville, N.S., whose mother  Only   through   the   development   of   our   resources   can   business   be, says:    "Almost    from    infancy    my  Production   Expected   to   be   More  Than Fifty Per Cent. Over Last  Year.  Five hundred freight cars will bc  sufferer | required to move the 1921 ben-y crop  of British Columbia, according to the  estimates of the Brituh Columbia  Berry Growers' Association. 'Phis  means a production of approximately  2,500 tons of small fruits. Production is expected to be more than fifty  per cent, over last year, whefc the crop  brought in $l,QD0,0GOe ��������� there hgn%  about 2,800 acres under this cultivation. The newly formed association  will endeavor to enlarge the market  for British Columbia berries.  H40 druggista ha?s it.  (Made  in   Canada)  LinilW.eAi#Ba&s  A New Bee In England.  A strange new bee. pitch black and  of large proportions, has been found  in Hertfordshire. ���������*-������ Both the insect  and the nest are curious and have never been found in England before.  Rhctttsaiisss Relieved Ts S io S \\>~7S.  South American Rheumatic Remedy is a  wonderful medicine in the treatment of acute  Ot inflammatory rheumatism, chronic rheumatism, lumbago, neuralgia, and ail ailments due  to rheumatism It often ������ures in I to 5  days.      At druff-jlsts.  American Farmers For West.  Fifty American farmers arrived in  Winnipeg recently from Iowa, Minnesota, North and South Dakota,  Illinois and *. Wisconsin en route* to  western points, the majority of whom  emigrated to Canada as a*-sesult of  having; friends in-the -west They  claim a large number of farmers ��������� in  the United States are contemplating  coming to Canada as soon as-present  holdings can be disposed of.  daughter was very delicate, and was  often under the doctor's care. As  her father had .died of consumption  my   friends  feared  she   would  fall   a  created in enormous volume to provide that increase in traffic which will  put the railways upon a firm financial foundation. Increases in rates,  up to a certain point, may produce more revenue, but raised beyond that  point.and the effect is loss of revenue because of an even greater loss of. victim to that dread disease. As the  traffic. It is open to question whether railway rates have not already'years went by and she was merging  been increased beyond the point where they are operating to increase | ^w^Ds^Tcr.1 & I* dectded S  revenue, but arc rather adding to thc debit side of the railway ledger. | iry E>r Williams' Pink Pills and I  The statement will hardly be challenged that, at the present time,,C0UId soon sec a change for tiie bet-  the bcdcral Parliament is doing little or nothing towards developing the! *-cr, por the next three years, at i  rich natural resources of the Dominion. Rather it is "marking time" tervalss, she took the pills, alwa  on thc question. Ontario, with its development of thc hydro system, - '  and Quebec, with its progressive Provincial policies for better highways  and scientific agricultural development, are doing more for the enrichment of Canada today by thc utilization of natural resources than anything the Federal Parliament is attempting. The development of the  natural resources of these Western Provinces is largely at a standstill,  while Federal and Provincial authorities debate the question of ownership and control of those re-sources. The Provinces cannot proceed to  develop them because thcy have no control over them; the Federal Government is not doing so, pending a decision .13 to the terms and conditions of transfer of such resources to thc Provinces.  In thc meantime, untold wealth lies dormant, and thousands of miles   a���������        of railway arc hungering for traffic thcy cannot get because it does notjness and a languid feeling, I am now  exist   because   of   non-dcvclopmo.nt  of  the   resources    of    the   -country | as well as other girl3 of my age, and  through    which    the    railways    operate.      Yet they  must operate even   " '       "     *"      '" ~" '  though il bc at a loss because people havc located, few in number though  thcy may be, along tht-.sr. railways and they must be served with mails and  tbe means oi transportation for themselves and such few products as thcy  have to ship out and such supplies as thcy require to bring tn.  m-  ways  with thc best of results. Now at thc  age of sixteen she is a fine healthy  girl, and I never tire of telling thosc  who sec the wonderful change in her  condition that she owes it to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills."  Miss Joyce herself says: "It gives  me pleasure to confirm the statements made by my mother. Since  using Dr. Williams' Pink Pills I havc  gained in weight, and. from a sickly  girl,   suffering   from headaches, dizzi  it   o41 to Dr. Williams' Pink  Miller's Worm Powders will clear  the stomach and bowels'of worms, so  that the child will no more be  troubled by their ravages. The powders are sweet to the taste and no  child will object to taking them. They  arc non-injurious in thir composition, and while in some cases they  may causae vomiting, that must not be  taken as a'sign that they are nauseating, but as an indication of thcir effective work.  There's MoreThan Flavor  Many foods,while pleasing to taste,  contain but little nourishment  Grape*Nuts  Combines with its rich, sweet flavor the  full nutriment of wheat and malted barley  which makes it an ideal food.  It haa been the favorite ready-to-e~\~t  cereal for a quarter of a century"  **There*������ a /jfcaso/T  -    owe  Pills."  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills can bc obtained through any medicine dealer,  or by mail, at SO cents a box or six  boxes   for   $2.50   from Tbe Dr. Wil  Onc British military cemetery in  France, just outside Boulogne,-contains nearly 12,000 graves.  A Prime Dressing for Wounds.���������In  some factories and workshops carbolic acid is kept for use in cauterizing wounds and cuts sustained by thc  workmen. Far better to keep on  hand a bottle of Dr. Thomas' Eclcctric Oil. It is just as quick in action  and docs not scar thc skin or burn the  flesh.  The Chinese, of all peoples, attach  most importance to .etiquette, their  Book of Kites dating back to the  first cc'rttury before the Chrts|ian  era.  THAT SUDDEN  Sharp  ain  which  you ex-  perieao������ aft  times can  he  removed.    No  woman has the  right  to suffer  when   she   can  obtain relief  safely, certainly  and promptly.  Suppose you do  have head*  aches, back*  <  aches, extreme  nervousness, low-  spirits and general  good-for-nothing feelings aft  times?   Your caso  is not hopeless.  Try Doctor Pierce's  Favorite   Prescrip-  tion.    Sold by  druggists in liquid  or tablets, .or send -  10c. to Dr. Pierce's  Invalids' Hotel in  Buffalo, N. Y., for  a trial package.  Read  what this  woman says:  London, Ont.���������������In my early married  IIfo I waa very frail and delicate. I was  .fooling exceedingly w-jalc and mlserablo  whon a friend advised me to take a bottlo  of Dr. Plerco's Favorite Prescription.  From tho vory start I felt now strcnRtU  and vitality. I am always jjratcfin for  what Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription  has done for rae and will always ba  Bleased to recommend It."���������Moa. Johm  'Jlhut. 189 Ana Street*  Hams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont,  t\.  mm*mm%*M\Wimtm^ *rw^i \mm#m*mtmmmmmmimmm  ���������*ftj^������^mfimrmmw^ ,m#mimm**ii-mmmi**m  Nova Scotia Apples,  ���������During thc month of February 106,-  993 barrels of apples were shipped  from. Halifax, Nova-Scolia, principally  to Che British Islci. This brlnfffl the  total shipment of thc season to 839,-  606 barrel.-} which is almost double  that for the same period laot ocason  when 432,825 barrels were shipped,  ,The season'o shipment may possibly  reach tho million mark,"  In former timea the aldermen and  councillors) of the city of Londopt  included many snuff-takers, and In  ihe library of the Guildhall, freo  smtfl? In stilt supplied to membera,  It ii placed In an ornate snuffbox,  with a magnificent, jewelled U*t aad  handle.  You are doc  experiment?  lOff    WllOtt  you u������e *pr,  Ctiano'8 Olnr  ECZEMA  mmw tm~m MM lllll ftti&flo's Olntr  ment for. Kozomn. and Sklir twlta?  tions.; lb relieves atonoo and ftradu*  ally heals the.skin. Sumplo box iir.  Ghano's Ointment tree IC you nicntlcmvthls  paper and nond 80, stamp for postngo.- 000. a  next alt dealers or fcamanBon, B*ws 6$ Oo,,  JUmltod, Toronto.  ASPIRIN  mttttrnmimmimamttm  Orily '.���������Bayer"��������� is Genuine  ttHtr+Htmttfmila'* ft^~mm  ?wiiwe(!'������ L.tiiiwi.t Woe Dopdtaietf  ^~r%*r^-\t~il%/tl\t^  Drop a little "Freeuono" on aa acli-  Ing corn, Instantly that corn $tom  Ituvtinff. then nhortly you lift It rifflitv  off with fingcra.     It doesn't hurt fe  Your drugfftflt sells a tiny bottle of  "Freesone". tor ��������� few cents,.pitf-ficlent  to remove every bard corn, soft corn,  or com between-the toes, and-the calluses, without a particle of pain,  I  ���������w. t-t-Vt ~m  Warnlna't Take no chances with  substitutes for getiulne ."Bayer Tablet* of Aspirin." Unless you see the  name "Bay������r" on package or on tablets you are not gcttlnar Aspirin at alL  In every Bayer package ore directions  for Colds, Headache, Neuralgia,  .Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache,  .Lumbago and for Pain. ��������� Handy tin  boxes of twelve tablets cost few cents.  Drugglsti '~\ho ������eH������ larger' packages.  Made in Canada. Aspirin Is the  trade mark (registered in Canada),  of Bayer Manufacture-oMklonoacetl������-  acldcater of SaUcyUcacId,  itswaasaai'afflME  ������������������y^+.'^w'Hj ,i*itl*tt*VeW^e  *f������*-a*:S.'.^^^ mm  w$.  REVIEW,     CRJESTOW,,  p  to  I***"   "xr  4  Sioux  Crossing tke  Plains to   Fort Carlton  Summer 1875.  By O-GE-MAS-ES (Little ClcrkJ.  Soldiers' Re-Es!ab!ishmessi  (Continued)  Well, I at last -had reached a real  plain fort, and though 1 headed this  article Fort Ellis it has. taken some  time to get the re. But my readers  must understand when an oM-timer  6iiS| down to iccall old events, reminiscences pour over him like a flood,  and he is apt to wander from his subject, so please forgive* me when 1 do  this, and don't expect too*much from  the "Men Who Showed the Way."  'Fort Ellis was a thoroughly well-  built post for defence against hostile  Indians*, having..'a sixteen foot palisade "with corner bastions and a walk  around near the top of the wall made  it impervious to savage attack-. .It  was very picturesquely situated ori  ,the high bank of the Assinboina River  and commanded & beautiful view on  (Copyrighted)  at it, and famous workers they were,  livery night*-it was McKay's duty and  all sides. thief Factor Archie McDonald, a stem old martinet, was in  charge. His wife was a sister of the  well-know.n Sheiiii hik-sier and I  have pleasant recollections of her  kindness to the young clerk. My  rather drtaded interview with the  chief was over, and 1 was told to  make ��������� myself useful m the trading  store until such timers-council decid-  ed my fate. Then .it..might.be James  Bay or Hudson's -*Bay, Mackenzie  River or New Caledonia, but what did  we care, the Great. West was before  us and adventure filled our souls. '���������"''���������>".*  Shortly alter my arrival some very  unwelcome visiiors arrived from  across thc America^ boundary in the  shape of some three hundred Sioux  Indians. They, had been fighting  with the Yankees as usual and., retreated into British territory. Fierce  looking^ chaps, simply clad in a  breech-clout and -buffalo robe, well  armed and numbers of white scalps  amongst   them.  sev^n, several of which, judgjngVby  the long hair, had belonged to white  women. But what interestedone of.  the young McKay's (my fellow clerk)  and myself was the fact of. two white  girls, both wives of the old interpreter, who were evidently of Scandinavian birth, having fair hair and blue  eyes. Poor things, they were Sioux  in everything \>ui their birth, and had  evidently been stolen as babh.s, probably in thc great Minnesota massacre,  where no doubt there ' parents had  bcen kilted. They were certainly  under twenty years ofage and quite  attractive in appearance. i\lr. Interpreter, however, kv pi a very careful  eye on them, so we had no opportunity even for a mild flirtation, and^then  wc neither of us could speak a word  of Sioux.    .  These Indians demanded provisions  from the company, as tluy were living on dogs and gophers with an occasional pony for a feast. But thc  Chief would not give them, as they  had neither furs or robes to trade.  Finally he* gave them some tvprk in  building a long causeway to a hay  swamp, for which they were to receive pay daily in flour and Pemican,  Several of thc men bossed tin- job,  but b'cing warriors they considered it  infra dig to work, so set tlie women  mine to Weigh ,out to each .woman  her" in dividual, pay in provisions, and  there being a number of them this  took some time.  Chief Factor McDonald had, to  leave on a short inspection trip, and  before starting left strict orders with  his second in command to be extremely careful in dealing with the Sioux,  and this was needful, tor we mustered only seven white men and of them  there were three' hundred, well nam-  i- -  ed by the Kitche-Moko-mons (Indian  name ioi Yankees, meaning Big  Knives), the Tigers of the Plains.  Fort Ellis.was the headquarters of the  large Swan River district with many  posts, and one evening as the Indian  workers had corne in for their pay, a  clerk rode in from au outpost, unfor-e  tutvately under the influence of liquor.  He had that failing when drink was  available, and on this occasion he had  met -jome miners on the trail who  were, too generous with some alcohol.  Most of the Sioux women had been  paid off, and, one, of these (a chief's  vsilc) rather a handsome young creature, was standing in the square, no  doubt waiting for her friends. Mr.  had tied up his horse, and seeing  In Peace Settlements  That It Did Not Join League of Nations Is Thought To Be H������  Barrier.  Hume Cronyn (London), who was  recently re-appointed Chairman of the  Special Committee on Soldiers' Civil  tte-e stablishment;  Pleading ior Peace in Ireland  Washington.���������Failure of the United '  States to ratify the treaty of Versailles, will not be allowed to "detract  from that country's right to participate in peace settlements, Secretary  Hughes declared in notes addressed  to Great Britain, France, Italy and  Japan. The note to Japan differed  from the other three, in that it referred more specifically to the Japanese mandate over the Island of Yap.  All four notes reiterated the 'Contention that the United States had  sacrificed no rights in the peace settlement by reason of its unwillingness to join the League of Nations.  "The fact that the United States  has not ratified the treaty of Versailles," the note said, "cannot detract from rights to which the United  States  is  already    entitled.      It    is  hardly necessary to suggest that a  treaty to which the United States is  not a party, could affect those  rights."  Continuing, Secretary Hughes'said.  "As the United States did not cntcr  into this council or to any treaty  relating to the" subject, this Government is unable to understand upon  what ground it was thereafter attempted to confer the mandate without the agreement of the United  States. It is manifest that the  League of Nations was without authority to bind the United States9  and that the confirmation of the  mandate in Question and the definition of its terms by the Council of  the League of Nations in December,  1920, cannot be regarded as having  effect with respect to the United  States/' -  this woman alone reeled over toiler,  grabbed her by the heavy cloth skirt,  pulled./this ..over her head, and began  to whip her bare person with his riding whip. Some of the other women  ran to her heip and managed to loose  his hold. By th i.s time, hearing the  row, we had ran Out from the shop.  The woman's face was a sight. She  certainly looked murder and sudden  death, while pouring out a torrent of  Sioux words., Then with the others,  away they went running for the Sioux  'encampment, giving what wc knew.  Owe*-prd~dijv.il -hadf-a-^Vward-^io :be  the Sioux war cry:  put "Came tlie men like a swarm of  bees, grabbing whatever weapon came  to hand, her husband'-being* prominent. As she met him, no doubt she  told him of the dreadful insult (for  there is no greatejr crime with an Indian either* male or female than exposing their nakedness). Mr. Clark, in  his drunken fashion, had ran after the  women, while the company's men who  came hurrying up, w>. re endeavoring  to get the b g gates closed. It was  too late. Fortunately we had two  old timers who had often wintered on  thc plains and they grabbed Mr.   and hid him in a safe spot. Within  a few moments the inside of the  square was full of a yelling mob of  armed and naked Sioux giving their  rhrilliffg war cry, "Yalllallala." Onc  most ferocious looking devel grabbed  me by the hair and swung me off my  feet, while his tomahawk was_playing  circles round my head. Gouldic  Harper, one.- of our old plainsmen,  had told us on no account to resist,  but to just put our hands down and  take it. This I did, aud fina'ly some  older heads amongst them came in  and began to quiet the young warriors  who wore evidently thirsting foi  blood, especially for Mr. ������������������, who  was the cause of the trouble.  (To be eontiuued)  Archbishop. of  Canterbury's  Protest  Against Reprisals Is Endorsed By  Non-Conformists.  Londonv���������-Endorsing the Archbishop of Canterbury's recent protest  in the House of Lords against reprisals in Ireland, nine bishops and heads  of the principal ^non-conformist  churches in Great Britain have sent a  letter to the Prime Minister and Irish  Secretary,- pleading for peace in Ireland. -    >  "The present policy," says the letter, "'exposes us to misunderstanding  and hostile criticism even of the friendliest of the world's nations."  The signatories include the moderator of the Scottish United Free  Church, and the chairman of the Congregational and Baptist Unions of  Scotland, the Wesleyan, Methodist  and'.Presbyterian Churches and the  Society of Friends.  Vindicates Transcontinental  Turkish Croe.ties  Veterans Make Request  Full Army Pay Is Now Urged For  Jobless Soldiers.  Ottawa;���������Payment by the Goverri-  nnnt of army pay ana* allowances to  all unemployed ex-service men, until  such time as they are offered work  commensurate with ;the physical condition, was urged upon the special re-  establishment committee by J. F.  Marsh, representing the Grand Army  of United Veterans. Mr. Marsh declared that men were starving in Canada because no work was available  for them. They did not want doles  or charity, and the Government  should provide them with means of  subsistence.  -   B.C. Liquor Control Act.  Victoria.���������The new Liquor Control  Act will b. brought into force on or  about May 1, Attorney-General J. W.  I)eH.  Farris announces.  Ggantic trr.gaLon Project    U.i Ammunition in .reiand  Irrigation Scheme to Cost $7,000,000  Is Financed For Alberta.  Calgary,-���������Word has bc< n ^received  from thc London offices of the Can-  Discovery of an Underground Dump  In Dublin.  London.���������Methods    by    which thc  Sinn  Joiners are receiving arms and  A Friend   ; ;  To the Aged  Diversion   of   Traffic   Now   Going  Through U.S. Is Sought By  Senate.  Ottawa.���������The Senate discussed the  National Transcontinental Railway  and the diversion of Canadian grain  through United States ports. Although no definite action was taken  in the latter regard, there was general  approval of the necessity of immediate investigation into such diversion.  The subject arose in continued debate on the export trade of Quebec.  Senator Lome Webster said that  the contract between the National  Transcontinental and the City of  Quebec, made in 1904 and confirmed  in 1910 was unfulfilled.  The Transcontinental had reduced  the distance between Quebec and  Winnipeg by 200 miles and bad also  reduced the grades. Since 191*6, however, not a bushel of grain had come  over the line to Quebec.  The water and rail rate from Winnipeg to New York was 33.9 cents  per bushel and all-rail from Winnipeg to Quebec was 36 cents,       j.  In recent years there has oeen  shipped from the west 1,096,000.000  bushels of grain and of this amount  518,000,000 bushels had gone via Npw  York. Of the remainder, a great deal  was manufactured into flour, leaving  only a small quantity to export  through Canadian ports. This discrimination was unfair, as the Canadian water routes had been made perfectly safe by aids to navigation. The  matter called for immediate investigation..  Senator J. P. B. Casgrain said that  thc debate vindicated the policy of  the construction of thc Transcontinental Railway. That railway had  shortened the mileage between Win-  nip g and Quebec, by 220 miles and  shortened thc time of tr'avel by 14  hours, and was onc of the greatest  railways in the world. It should bc  y-tilized to a greater extent and there  should be less talk about thc "cra2y  scheme "of deepening thc St, Lawrence channel.  Understood that Britain Will Make  An Official Protest Regarding  Atrocities,  London.-���������An official British pro-  test is understood tb be in pro-spec?  as a result of alleged Turkish cruelties and atrocities on Greek and Armenian Christians in Asia Minor,  Terrorism is reported to prevail in  Caesarea, when many Greek and Armenian Christians, were killed.  In official circles, it is stated, a number of charges and counter-charges  from the Greeks and Turks have been  received in British quarters throughout the period of hostilities. The  Greek charges are said to have been  sustained and the British protest WiH  be made direct to the-Turks.  Trouble Over Catholic Unions  Member for Quebec East Says That  Minister of Labor Has Been  Unfair,  Ottawa.���������Demands for the resignation of Hon, G. D. Robertson, minister of lal>or������ were made during a debate on the subject of Catholic National Unions, precipitated in the  Housc of Commons on a'motibn to  go into supply, by Ernest Lapointe,  member for Quebec East.  Mr. Lapointe declared thai th������  minister of labor bad been unfair  in his treatment of the delegates  from the national unions and that he  had discriminated against1 them in  favor of the internationals. The  National Union had asked. for representation in the forthcoming build.ng  trades conference, and not only had  that bcen refused, but thc deputation  had bcen informed by the minister  that their unions were dangerous and  were liable to cause racial and religious strife.  When men and women get past  middle life, their energy and activity,  in many instances,.begin to decline,  and their general vitality is on the  wane.  The heart action becomes weak and  uncertain and the nerves more or less  Calgary Teachers' Str'ke Is Off.  Calgary.���������The Calgary teachers  will not strike. Another long discussion ended In a decision to accept  the offer of the school board for advances totalling $40,000, under protest.  The teachers had previously agreed  to accept a 50-50 compromise, which  ada Land and Irrigation Company, ammunition have been disclosed by  Medicine Hat, that satisfactory rinan- the discovery of an underground  cial-arrangements haw been made for   dump in Dublin,     Ammunition boxes  thc largest construciion programme  for its big irrigation project, midcr-  titken for some years, This will include construction of distribution systems for many thousands of acres  eerved by the main ditches. This is  ft $7,000,000 project, which haa been  under way for ten years.  Canada JRatifies Protocol.  Geneva,���������Canada haa just sinned  Oie protocol ratifying the statutes of  thc International Court of Justice, he*  taction bringing she number of states  which had adhered tb the court, up to  twenty-eight. *  fouifd there boajr the stump of a. powder works in Massachusetts.  The boxes, the newspaper asserts,  were shipped by- Irish-American sympathizers who had established wire-  le.ss communication between gun runners on the west coast of Ireland and  in thc United States,  unsteady.  Little sicknesses and ailments seem  would havc brought increase totalling  harder to shake off than formerly, and  $87,000.  hurt and there evidences of a breakdown begin to appear.  Thosc who wish to maintain tnelr  health and vigor and retain their energy unimpaired should use Miiburn's  Heart and Nerve Pills,  To Adjust P&K Act.  Victoria, B.C--To adjust administration matters between the Dominion  and Provincial Governments, George  R. Naden, deputy minister of lands  for British Columbia, has left for Ottawa.^       >  Mr. Nad en will take up the settlement of the situation caused by the  Banff-Windermere Park Act and  several matters dealing with titles to  mineral claims in thc railway belt.  Ralph Connor's Motion Picture.  Calgary.���������The first picture production based on Ralph Connor's novels  Thcy" make" the "heart beat strong t0 be marketed, le "Cameron of the  and regular, brace up and invigorate, Royal Mounted," which was sold re-  the   nervous   system,   improve   the. cently to thc First National Company  memory, and impart a sense of buoy  W.   N.   U.   1363  Take Arms From Dublin Police.  Dublin.���������All the arms and ammunition in possession of the Dublin  Metropolitan Police havc ben collected by thc mi'itary authorities. It  is considered unlikely thai thry  will carry arms in the future, owing  to tlndr ream disarmament at the  hands of rebels.  nncy  to  the  entire  system.  Mrs, James Perry, Rctlaw, Alta.,  writes:���������"Some months ago I was not  fec'ing well, my heart bothered tne  quite a lot, and my whole system  seemed out of order. 1 sent nnU got  two boxes of your pills. 1 took them  a few days ,nnd my, what a change  of New York, with an initial payment  down of $125,000.  Canada's Fuel Problem.  Vancouver.���������^Dealing with Canada's  fuel problem in its* national and International .tspects during an address before the University of British Columbia, Arthur V. White, consulting engineer of the Commission of Conservation of Canada, strongly urged that  special effort bc made to secure increased storage of coal In the summer  months.  Cup Contender Launched.  Shelbume, N,S.���������The fcntire population of Sbelburne turned out io witness the launching of the schooner  there was in me, and when I had talc-i Canadian which the o*ner hopes will  en thc two boxes j., felt oo much bet-' Kj. _������������������ -. .Um ������������������ ������v���������,������������������,i-.-. ������������ ,-l.  tir I quit them. Now I take them ������c one- f \he fup contenders In the  at interval*, and am line although 72 Jmcrnation^l acbooncr race at Halifax  year* of age."  Price 50c a box at all dealers or  mailed direct on receipt of price by  Thc T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont.  next autumn.  In China the bride-elect sends her  future husband his wedding dress,  Recovers His Speech.  Minneapolis.���������-Paul Robertson, of  Brooklyn, former soldier, who lost  his voice after being shell shocked  and gassed In France 31 months ago,  suddenly recovered his apeech here  recently.  Resigns From House.  Ottawa.���������Sir Thos. White has resigned his seat in the House of Commons. ri*****************-******^^  ���������*?**'ffi;������*?;<-'S)fr;i.-'^  p^^f"  It  ���������tv  TH������   CRESTON   REVIEW  s  'I :;���������'  i  ?--..  i  u  r  il,  3 :  pi  [1  r^  ������$���������'  f| '.'  t-Pfzil  Bs-3#Ji ! !!!5li  LfM I Wf  By BUSINESSMAN  This is said to be the age ot* cooperation. At least it is the age of  co operative talk and agitation, and  the mr.-vement even Where its results are being confined to agitation, has laeen an educative one.  This is especially true of :the. .co-operative movement; in its effect upon  the Canadian and American ��������� agriculturists.  The average Canadian farmer  looks upon co-operation as the cure  for all Jhis. financial ills, but as a  flatter, of, fact,- where co-operative  effort has been Confined entirely to  buying and selling the results Kave  been dissappoiiitirig and the benefits have been largely of ah indirect nature.  In the Creston district effort has  been largely along the lines of buying and selling and the results have  been, we imagine, to a certain ex  tent dissappointing to tlie* extreme  believer jin ^ if he  hopedtnsTt co-operation would link  up air the agriculturists of the  Valley into a close combine, must  admit that the effort-has been a  complete failure.  Success oat of Failure,  As a business man we would like  permission to point out that in our  opinion the movement, so far as this  Y&lley is concerned; has beeirrnot a  fallure but a success for the reason  that we take the view that a close  combine of farmers is. not aiiy more  desirable than a combine; in. any*  other industry or business and snob  a combine we  think   would "defeat  its own enda  T^e  movement has /been a suc-i  cess because it Has stimiila  Tieal*  Painting  '������������������* Papering  Kalsomining  JAS. ADLARD  CRESTON  Rich in Buttarfat, and from  Tubercnlin-tested Cows  Commencing April 1st will deliver  to all customers in the evening.  7 Quarts or 14 Pints for $1.00.  MOUNTAIN VIEW RANCH  WALTER V. JACKSON  BREAI> ~ The HmwL product of  the oven;   in eitliHr White, <  Brown, or the-popular Currant Loaf.  CAKES,   CookieH,    Doughnuts  ���������S-wiflH Roll  PORK PIES fresh made evvry  Wednesday and Saturday.  Wedding  and   Birthday Cak'w  mad* to order.  A full line of Chocolates and  Candies carried in ��������� stock:  Our good** have al way h pleased  others; we feel sure you will,  find them .sati������factory.  GIVE  flH A CALL '  13117OTT MADDIQ  Postoffio.* Blk.  crtKHTON-  thy competition and removed for all  time to come the possibility of any  private individual 'controlling the  output of the Valley for hi& own  private gain;  A business man approaches the  srrbjeet of : co operation with fear  arid trembling for the reason that  he feels that the general public  would diseount any reniatks. he may  make, feeling that he is a much in  terested party, and must offer opposition to co-operative movements  in order to protect his own private  business.  As a matter 6f fact the   business  man who is worthy of tlie name has  very little to.fear from co-operation.  Co-operative -efforts along the, lines  of buying and selling are   not new  by any means, but were being made  before many of the business men of  to-day were born,  and   their ejfect  in diminishing the number of legit-,  imate retail stores in -America/has'  been ���������practicallynil. *..*  Co-Operation an Old Plan  Tlie> obvious deduction is-that the  present system o\  merchandise distribution, namely  from manufacturer or producer to wholesaler to  retailer   to  consumer/ is (the only  successful    system.      It  is certain  that   it  has   been   developed   and  brought to perfection: ?.thrpugh   the  efforts of the best business brains of  the W' rid and represents more than  a century of progress  along these  lines.1      That this statement is eor-  rect is further proven : by   the fact  that all movements whether co-opera tiye or otherwise that have not  fbllp^'ejd 0������^^..gV^tandi^rdized --lines  haye.beeen.failures and in the-case  of  eo-operaliye  stores   only  those  have beeh   successful   which   have,'  been   conducted, as   regular retail  stores, selling at  retail  prices;   the  shareholders     profits    taking   the  form either of dividends or rebates  on purchases.  The average consumer is more or  less conversant with wholesale  prices and manufacturing costs and  in addition is w'oefnlly. ignorant of  distribution expense,and the result is  often consumers organizations become'possessed of the idea that the  struggle for I������read would be very  much simplified if they club together, buy a carload of merchandise,  and sell to their members at wholesale prices. Unfortunately where  ever this has been tried the result  has been ,very educative to the consumer but extremely severe on his  bank account.  A Valley Co-Operative Store  Should a do operative store he  opened anywhere in the Creston  district and should this store be  coudnoted along lines whioh will  ensure permanent anobess it simply  means that the CreHton store keepers haVe additional opposition, cooperative in name but' in reality  not a particle more effective,than a  business uonduuted by a private individual. The successful business  man does not worry abont competition, knowing that this is a com  petitive age and his success depends altogether upon the effort he  puts into his work and nob at all  upon, the amount of opposition lie  bas to contend with.  Keeping the.above facts in mind  we would :mk those who read thi������  article to accept the statement that  the object in writing it i������ not primarily to protect the iuterestft of the  buainflsn men of Creston hub tlio  guggestionw whin ft follow are being  made iti t,be hope Uiul- moiiio of our  reader** will be ������av*d a w<m<\ t\i-n\ of  disappointment and  iorw> money.  Tho quffttiou of opening a oo op  Virative ������t,ore, no matter how it, may  \*t* t*nmtiiil\nt,ttit) -*v   t>ut\m~inui\f np.  ganizers^resolves itself into a question of a number pf individuals go  ing into the retail business. iGpiug  into the retail- business at the pres^  ent time is not it matter calling for  undue enthusiasm.   All over Amer  ioa retail merchants  with a natural attitude for "-their calling, with;  every cent they have in   the world  tied up in   their business, and devoting  to   that   business   all   the  mental, physical;'and nervous  energy   tliey * po8SeseV are wondering  whether or  i>6% J when   the present  period of financial unrest is follow-:  ed By normal coriditiohs  they   will  stiii be solvent.     Furthermore conditions are sufficiently-"unstable' to  give the averagesi retailer ample reason for worry.  *..-  Time Inopportune  In the face of %i?ch   conditions it  is commonly rumoured that a number of pur citizens are proposing to  go into the retail business, a business which of   necessity must   be  a  side issue to everyone financially interested1 hi it.       Into  this business  they will put only  snch money   as  they  can   spare   from   the 'investments on which   they have  to depend for.a living....iy To it they will  devote only such time and thought  as they have   left  over after their  regular days work is done   and this  minimum of effort is rendered aii���������  effective by lack of  business experience.  . ...  " In othe.r .words shareholders dividends must be   produced- by such  hired labor as can: f)e secured}- la-bor  which   e^miot lie' intelligently, supervised       eThenaturHjepjicIusion  folloy/s   that   such^^a, pjrppositioii.  could not: possibly;,::attract for in-r  vestment money that was being intelligently hand led! f  In rural districts'nothing creates  quite so much amusement as the  efforts of the. middle aged business  man to learn farming The stock  jokes of farmer's psibers deal largely with the attemptBof the efficient  grocer hut green-ljorn farmer to  drive horses, milk cows, etc.  Strange* to say tlie... farmer * who  laugfis che loudest will take the  floor at a farmers' meeting and sol  emnly assure his listeners that they  can become efficient grocers, retailers, or fruit brokers over night, and  none of his listeners will see anything amusing in the statement.  Co-Operative Selling Here  The history of co-operative selling in the Crehtori district makes  interesting reading.j With the in������  corporation of the Fruit Growers  Union praotioally every producer  in bhe Creston Valley became a  member of his own selling organization and in the yeltV 1015 praotic  ally everything grown iu the valley  was shipped through, that organisation, i  In 1916 the Wynndel people withdrew. In 1917 a number of Eriok-  soti groVrers withdrew and since  that time the Union has had tips  and downs always being able to  hold what we conceive to be a fair  share of the ekport husinesa  amounting to at least fifty per cent  of bhe total exports and having  practically a monopoly of carload  imports, ,      -������������������ ,,  We repeat that the local agency  control* a fair share of the exports,  but our opinion on this points is  not the opinion of a considerable  hod/of ranchers who oonooive that  Ib would be desirable to" have a cooperative Belling organisation that  would control tho nnbireoro'p of the  viilley. . ,  Tbfw   people, in uplte of the fact  tbut ������ill Mmw to tlie old organization  iUv now trying to form aue'iy orgMiat*  ution w'ltli'the n'bji/ct'in'view.of ������cb|ey-  lOontlnuod mn Pi-ij^ ft  a.  Saving is a most beneficial habit, and an easy  one to acquire.  Place a certain amount of your income in this  Bank at regular intervals. Deposits have a  marvelous way of growing and in a short tins e  you will have a Savings Account of four  figures, ':;���������/,���������;.;;.       ;..-; -r ���������;��������������������������� ���������''������������������'  tm  *-v:***W:*CASIAba::"''  GRESTON BRANGH.  , G> jtV. ASxAKtsSTjig  ���������Hinini  M*sEager.  Tlie B^st- Wa^:  l  fii-:'  |ON'TTrisk loss by enclosing cash  iii your letters* You will find the  Money Orders issued by this Bank a  s&fe arid convenient way of paying  yoiir out-of-town accounts. -.' "  Giifi-Teller can issue them, without delay at the  aasoe cost aa Post Oflfcc or Bxprcss Ord-er*.  WE WELCOME YOUR BUSINESS  ������*  ,;i JL������������������������������������ M.EzL.  .���������?^^^JL*^(!*r7^fc^*l**/^l^** .*^5^T^I^I^V.'  ^i  .        .        $15,000,000  ���������:        $15.0(MV)00  CRESTON BRANCJ?^ C. G^Bennetfe Manager.  PAID-UP CAPITM-  RESERVE FUNDi-  a  L^.ir.rA-l.  V'iil-  Hiiy-iPrP'   V/S-M'^-v f������n������i-.������������ u������*' ;*i*lr^f.tl*ro. *3SW '>t*'rf-t H"-i-   'f"9^>'  ?���������'���������-���������'. ,.*        Wool mixed Socks, 45c.  ��������� rP-i Heather mixfid-Sbcks, 50c and 75b.    ^  All wool grey Socks, 75c., 90c. and 9l>c.  Artie Spibks, very heavy, $1.10 and $1.25.  Ladies' Hose  Special values in Black Cotton, 45c.  Special values in BroWn, 50c. and 55c.  Penman's Lisle at 80c.  Cashmere finish, heavy, 76o.  Cashmere at 1.10, 1.15' $1.65.  ... . . ��������� ^  JJ7^������      ~*-P%~-Jp-i    ttm-^mmM    \x~aMaiJm-     -  All sizes frem 4 fco 10J in Wool and Cotton at  prices from 35c,.to$1.2^~-very special values.  SSY2,  Mercantile Company  LIMITED  DOING  ANY  DvILiUIIiIpi  We can  supply  Portland  Cement  or  FIXING UP  Shingles  Lath  Lumber  * -e *������������������, -.. .,,*.-  all sizes and  grades.  Canyon City Lumber Company  LIMITED  (WW  WMMIIWI'WWII'IW^^^  mi&Sm  ssssmSixmim ;-%:������;  llieill������lll*ilniiriirii������tlBilll1llll������l*miililllimilMIHMIteiile^'"1-"*-""**".*-'<"'"> Ull,.������..,.......������.,m.,������lW..-.........^���������.*.^ m.,.mm....mm..lmm-0������.,.m,U0.l0m0m0llU*lxmm0mm,aUmm IHE  CRESTS   BEVIEW   MI     VII  11  kUVHL  uu vi kiiniivii  By BUSINESSMAN  Why We Sell  ing v?hab is ah-bady .proved to be th'e  impossible, namely establishing a selling organization that will control the  entii-e output of -the Vaiiey and b������ effective to the extent of giving satisfaction to pM the growers.  Overdoing the Thing    .'   ^  ;  We wonder if the ranchers of tKe  valley an their efforts to make co-operation a success have ever stopped to  seriously consider the question whether or not a co-operative organization  having ~ absolute control'' of every  i-anchers* products would be a desirable thing. Suppose the .local Growers' Union were such an organization,  and h&d control absolutely; of the en- .anything to.b&Z* In fact it was1 report-  tire output of the Valley for the last  ~J -'-���������������������������*-- ������������������       *���������*-      *-*-���������������-  three years? '������������������    ."'.''.-''    '::���������'-?���������*���������  Haw it Works'Elsewhere '  '. In ithe aboye connection it is interesting tp note that the history qf~co-  opera'tiye selling In Creston has been  duplicated in larger sections. In the  Okanagan an effort was .made to organize the entire valley under the Okanagan United. Growers, commonly  known as the O.U.G., and the move;  ment was*' given - govei-nnlerit asfeist-  an*-Q; growers were contracted and the.  best men ayailable were secured 'to,  thanage the enterprise:   ''-���������'.     r.  In spite of all this conditions con-  icted with the business were about  as un-satisfactory^as it was possible for  6eS  Auto-Shoes  9*  Under these conditions would the'  Union be as strongly financially and  the credit to, the Valleys that it is today? Is jt .not a fact that the Board  of Directors and the employees have  been 100 per cent. "efBcient"largely /he'  <:ause of competition? ,   ^  Take any other business in Creston,  have every consumer sign a contract  to do business with this house only  and we venture the assertion that' in  three years time there will hot be "an"  efficient man connected with the concern. Bemoye from a business the in-  centiye to efficient . management,  which .nnhandicapped competition  alone will furnish, and you start that  business on the road to failure.  ed at the time to which we are referring that' some*" of the ranchers 'were"  threatening tb-break iheir contracts  with **hotoruns������-s.nd as'a result .a nuns*  ber of indejaeujtent^ vp  apd  have   played ;a niosti* important  distribution o  f Okfl  anagaa  Conditions Today Satisfactory  We take the view that cdhditiois in  the yalley aB;they..exi^-toda^3fhmdd  be fairly satisfactory. : "^e^hftye two.  efficient co-operative selling orgapisr'  atioris arid ar strong' independent sell-  i ng agency. -' The' insult should ' We  healthy competition andi siirfutd,Jijrihg  to the ranchers the best possiblejre^ '  turns" for their products, which after  all is the one thing desirable.    -'- -���������  It would not be in the: ��������� best interest  of the ranchers to alter conditions in  this regard; at. least if we were a pro,*  ducerand knew that there was only  one avenue through which; regardte^sJ  of conditions, we must sell the product  of our year!s work, we wouldJl^. ������������\v^.  ing seed with a good deikl of uneasiness as to the harvest returns.  Do not contract your growers tOsiir**  render their living} unconditionally;  contract your emyloyees to. get-out  and produce results on an even footing  with their competitors. Co-operation  and competition intelligently combined is the solution of many of Our difficulties. We would hot dare offer the  opinion as to which is more important  but are certain thit to .eliipinate .coin-  petition means disaster.   *    ,  r      .  , ,....        t< .������������������������������������ .Jr ....���������; ���������  part in ti  'products. ZPi ZpZ-.trz  These houses  are permanently   es-  tabiished.' and no   Okanagai i   grower  would consider for a moment contract-"  ing them out; of  business.     At   the  . ' I*"--���������- r       .        ' .      *-   r .  same time tuts vr. ������j.or. nas grown in  effectiveness-and recognizing the necessity uf i-Vne^ting competitors has  been able to hold its own and is today  e. veiy effective selling, agency controlling through its efficiency a fair  percentage of Okanagan products,  - Asja selling organization the O.U.G.  is neither more or less successful than  the   other"\; independent  houses   with  ;whonv;it struggles;, in  competition for  01i&nag*h'ti-ade.' "'^Occasmnully, ho>y-  extending its territory to outside- districts and is-able .tps^ouie a following  ,with.:*talk-enf co.operation,-which, is not  ���������%!.'������������������ Vi,-..'.*   r.���������-,r:\   i;.-   'r:-X4-p.it.'::"-   -v. .    ���������    -**,.���������   ���������  hot/aii-;^andtalk ot controlling prices  atid tuarkets^ 'Which'-'-is entii:ely a hot  air product.    : : :'..?-  Previons Experiments ;  "Creston Valley' w-as the' objective of  an invasion by the O.O.G. in 1916 with  animations never seem to realize the  benefit that competition is to thbro.  The ayerage enthusiast never loses his  vision \*f the desirability of cohtrdlling  everything in sight. -He iisterfs to.the  fluent spellbinder who .pictures the  yicious fruit broker and johber.wait-  ing for -a moment of unorganized carelessness to bleed hirn' to financial  death; l listens apparently with the  same gruesome, delight- ihat the old-  time camp meeting attendant listened  to the tales of; hell fire. ~ t  Produce; Let Others Sell  ' In their efforts to better conditions  farmers and farmers,organizations  would "do we������H to'resneihber that every  intelligent -3bqaiR*esJ? jii^V^hether?reT  taller,' wholesaler or 'broker, is interested in and wishes tfrern success for  the reason-that^ /the: jinj^-restsof business ji������en and;,ferniersv>re identical.  ���������Agriculture is t^v basic industry of  Western Canada, and . the "business"  man who fails to support everything  that tends to benefit the agriculturist  is acting contrary torh'ls Own best in-  t^i-eats.*"-* ��������� ���������? -ijLp-ppi-fP--L '--/;''���������-*  eOhly when ; the*; producer and the  business man wcnc-k.; unnd in hand is  .-yiccess :certain  to either.   The only  -We have been in the tire business a good  -while. We have sold them alL \Ve k������ow  the ''stayers'*���������the tires that give mileage,  that are dependable, that never vary is  performance. . ,  We put Ames Holden "Auto-Shoes", in.  that class and we know thTat once you  fit $��������� set ypu jw-ijl coine to us regularly for  them.  Because they are real value���������mileage that  costs less���������dependable, tires, made by a  dependable firm* guaranteed to the last  shred1.  If our roads are knocking the "stuffing" out of  your tires come to us and let us fit your car vuth  a set of Ames Holden "Auto-Shoes." You'll be  quite satisfied with .your invect������ient.  AMES HOLDEN  "AUTOVSHOES"  Cord and Fabric Tires in aU Standard Sizes  either.  successful    growers' ^organization   in  ^America-^the CHtriis^ITruitAssociation  Sjtijf California~i*ecogniiod this fact and  -its  marvellous .���������succe-^s iis:'largely-due  ���������to.thie fact* that: itsi-^jp^rtshaye been  nbntined to the prodtiction  and adver-  tising of a: perfect^^ pr<>quct;' the niark-  ejiing being left?'entirely in ;the,hands  of. those b^t qHaiifiedi*w^do~:tiiie work,  riauiely. the imhcb-abused - but entirely  efficient jobber,\yholesalei-and retailer.  Embree's  Phone 90  Wosnes-'s fts&ilfU-C  results that tvpre entirely disastrous  \ The principal ferttUi*e of "the/ Women's Institute' meeting von J E^riday; was  a, short. :pjL-ogram r.^,y-^rhe. jjirnioi;. meni-  bers.afc which .Bh^iiis; Hataiilt^������.tit���������Mar-  guei-i t������'Ora\vifar<$Z anS._ ViyapiJe'.Moore  eachZ (ipnt^ihiit&i^^''^iina;^solbs.   and  ���������TT^  M^s Half Solefe^'^25 .:  AVoi?ien'sgai!f go^s^l.OO  Guaranteed foi^ 6'monthsV  Alex. Mirabelli  ORteTON  ets of the local' ranchers,  although.possibly not entirely wifch-  o^fe^jprdfitrto^th*eyjcbffers .of ^t-he O.U.G.  The--difficulty ^appe������ji?eid   to   be that  Crest*>jt^^;/25. ca^-s.ijf.;apples got very  little .attehtion^ ft;oiui;. th.e. 0.U G. selling agency which had atiiple scope for  its efforts  in.pioperly  handling   the  1500 cars of iheir own  local growers.  N .turally ah QKanagan concern would  favor Okanagan products, and what is  25' cars' of "apples liiore or less anyhow.  ���������At the tiihe ho local rancher seems  fco havecome '."'.forward with  the ques  tion'-,'as'��������� to why* %e OjHJ.(*S;! seeiUed so  anxious, to. confer'^the' berfeh.ts of their'  control, ..iipon. initside. diistripts' ,wlien  grower-s.of, thei01ianaga:n wei* unwillT  ing to permit them to cdrttrol their  houie distlict.���������' - .," .;' "      i;  ]WhereV^i* .you flhd Successful co-  operative seiliijg v\oii^ihisj[itjioi|i9,) yqu  find ample,/ pi;^of _ i\i,i% theiv, Jsuocess is,  dug to the.fact that theyare lueeting;  stiff 'competition from'"independent  hovises. It is a musing, hovyiever,'. to  le'a'i\n that the 'hieinfears',������(f ^he^e). fug-,  l^ujsfe aiid^Syeiyn%eVah'^a piano atid  violin'du^ti. v-^ a  rii?citatibr������, ^ while* Masrgeoi-y Hansilton  y-tried the pTOceedings:by ai^ding on  the cai-es arid feeding of. rabbi|ts. yy,  ��������� The usii'al'business eof tfie hieeting  was fli-st concludedv'a'' ybtsi5: of -thanks  being passed tt> Mr*S:'Hen'^et'sbh for  the use of her house for * a^'shower for  the" Red Cross public, health nurse  on March 22nd, and, to those ladies  who assisted her with tlie tea.       ,  Mrs. Hamilton gave a rfepbrton the  Child Welfare conference at which she  was^present an. Victoria'h*������t inonth., -A  sale of home cooking and garden, pro-.  duce 'will ��������� be held on��������� Saturday;- 'Mav  7th 'from 3 to eo'cjoclt, at which afternoon t#sa willbeseri'ed;' riAll members  are ?wked to vbring. whiit tliey carv in  the way of rakes and o.thetihonwcQok-*  ing and produce'froUi the garden. ������������������<���������  \     LAN&REG/STRYZJ-&T  \i'Z.-.Z   ,,"Z-  (Section 24)    ..;'.: .*.,.?������������������ ���������?.  In  t-he' matter iijf \ an , undivided  bftW  { '.'  interest in,Siib t-ot 3| Block 4,,of  ;';:;'IrfVfc'*80Ii.0ro:-up 1," Map 771; Kbote-  ;��������� ''"nay'-tJistrict.   ���������   ������������������'*",������������������*���������,-"Z"'\ ���������    'iZ-^...  i Proof haying-been-filed- in- iiiy office  of. the loss of Certificate of Title. No.  10055a,. to ..the" above; wientioned. lands  in the: name ot WUliapoJO-. Taylor, aud;  bearing' .date. t^e 9th January. 1999,..I.  hereby give notice, of -my intention at  the expiratioh of one calendar,inonth  from  the 'first publication  hereof..to  Issue to the said Willia������r0*."Taylor a  fresh CertifiecateOf Title^'i^^euof such  loss Certificate. 'Any 'person^ haying  aby information with t������feren^ to -siachf ���������A-  lost1 Certificate of^itle is^ k^*lste*tj i* P  eointtuynicate  with: tbfe undersigned.  Dated at: the   Iiahd Registry Office*,  Nelsdn;*'B.O.!,  this 5tK day-df A?prili*  *Ae.'D..1921.*.--   .-!.: ���������*.���������:���������'>���������'������������������   *Pl'.<P^: ,v*W* -;���������  Z:'-j'PZ'^ : E.S.STOKteS,')���������;  ;-.'���������*.-������������������ i-.=���������'.���������*   District Registrar of Titles*-  bate ofiftrst publication April 15,1921.;  Eggs Fob; HATCBDDJG:-iBarred Rbcks.  $i^^p,s'UtiBg.'.l;3;.VVene;gs. Creston.;  f  Isks ftel -ft.RsantswsRts.  '^r-  Mate/? Notiom  Diversion and Use  Shoemaker  "T-  ���������Ij W  Meat in the  Hous^?  This'is the first question" that pt'eWents Itself  to the housewife if an  hnexpected,visitor drops  in for a meal. But why  '" w'ojj-ryp,'';'( ���������   ,j:'Z",yP'Z'.  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  < Finest Quality z  ' 'Cooked Hami ���������*  ������  t;  ave  always1 td ��������� ho   h^,d  herOi   In wiciita nothing  ' (I'ultU1 eqiial������ 'ShomroiiK'  pi'ridhbta. ,        ..  ' i i!     ;,    *    *     ..!',-,**  ��������� ni:  .".''���������  Sirdar  -tt:  The saddest news that haa reached  SirUai' in man'y e tnoriths-^wais rece!ved  <ih>' Itfohday;: Atu-il 'ft-ff,:, Vhen   wi-ji-d;  ��������� #L*������'' *'y ���������'It-1'������������������**.   A"    r.'P *'*"Z'-n'"  camti of the death at Gran brook, hps***  ' piyil of M.rft'Richat-d LiVnei'' to vvnich  institution sbw   hH,d gppe.fvom, here  about.selvtfneweekHirtgo, ��������� ��������� ��������� '*, .ii  Bologna, Ac.  Runabout..  :,. 823.72  Truck [;;���������9IJ������M "'  with Lighting and Starting;  !���������.>;������ ;.<v  TfactQ\>i without staiteir,. ^S28  Oliver TworBottom (12  !   or 14 in;) Plows ,   170  pliyer- Double Disc...;.;.;.;: 185  J  All the above prices f.o.b. Calgary.  Take sn<>tice that R. J.  Chambers,  whose address is Ericksbn^ B.p., \y|ll  apiply for a license to'.ttike^ arid use 1.8  acre feet of water b\it of Camp Iiuh  Ci-eek, , also.  Hhowh   as   Association  Greek, t^hich flows Vt/esteViy and drains  into Goat River aboxit half-mile south  of <*3t������it RiyiRr bridgfe;-  The water will'  be diverted fi-buithestrearii'atapoint  about 12Tods north from the Southeast corner and about '95-jfeet west;  and will be used for irrigation in con-  nectiort  with License Noi  1800 upon  the land described as 'Block 147 of Lot  812. Map 730c of Rodgers Subdivision;  This notice was posted on ithe ground  on the,2lst day of March, 1921;:A copy  of this notice, and an application pursuant, thereto, ,and to the. Water Act,  1014,. will be filed, tp fihe qflQcetof; the  -jWattjr . Recorder, at  Nelson.,, Objec-  tloristp t|ie application .may,;be,filed  With the said w,a,ter, recorder, on with  Ithe   Comptroller   of ^ate,!-[Rights,  Parliaih'ent Buildings. Victoria, B.C.,  within fifty days after the. flr*t! ������ip-  beat-anee'of this notice ih ft local n'e^s-,  pat)ef;!, The date of the fiVst* piiblica-  tion.of this notice \s March 25, 1021.    !  , ,R. J: .CHAMBERS, Applicant.  Wlr  r.tii  t,.  ���������UXi.ljL  "I   ,i^  i ��������� ���������.>,<,  I  ,t <>.  If you consider, getting .your  car overhauled���������any make���������:  or any rdpairs, Vt/e hiave tne-  oh^nics' that dlti' do it, Arid \ye  ini&ranteii. the iyofk.  \ We have aevetal good btiyfi  in secoh^-hand eiirii!; Call'  and  se^e  )������ *ieJ,  0''~7t-' -.'  side, and bad alHobe^h^i frequent vis-  i^p,r. during the.past three years, ,dur-  i^g.wihich time she made ninny friends  The rtim'ains were br()i������^ht to Creston  oh \yediiefafday,1 iind the' funbi-ul!took  pliiW ti'vitis .h~ Methodiat' church in1  thai to\y,nj;on j^u^ay iif tt^rpooht to  jC|^8ton,c,e,tji������etery,* the f u,noral( .^ivrange-  tnentH being, in the J3,<W������. V.. ,Ji,r, Rev. G.'-,  Knox (M)ntlucting the jant's-id rites, and  Mi\_\.v MallandainW, Ma;|or Garland,  E. W. Payne and P. Mann officiating  iiH pallbearers.  i The late Mrs. Lane was the fifth  ^laughter of Mr. iind Mrs. W;. T. Sim-  jsteiy'novv resident- nop Creston, and  was/in : her thirty-second year. To  fnonrn hor Ions ^he leaves a; husband,  who sei-vetl ovci-HHa^ahditwb soriw, be-  nd^H.hcr parents and Voynnii. brothe'-B  ind rilHiers, most ot whom were , at  ^robtoni^or tho fiineml,*ji. ,' .[Z/p  The ipvyi^tilnHty of the departed was  wldupcead in the lloral tributes, and to  hehjibbandahd qhHdion'pin-tlqhlai;ly  ���������in������|(>r������>j*t Uympiithy .Ih. extended''in  ehe  We have a full line of the best  known Flower and'.Vege-  1   !   table Seeds.   !    ;  Any special line procured on  , '' sh6i;t notice '&t catalogue  ';'������,' ii. ii-r '��������� prices.*, ������.,,   'p ..  &;BoJ,tid;  ;   |Creston Auto ^Siiiiply  R. S. BEVAN. Proi.  ityrMWL  Uympiithy   Ih. extended'  [MVheaWi.be.t'caV^tnent.     '',',���������''���������  Koob Jpiji-!ilVtfoHma^B������)se Comb  White Wyandotte eggs, 15 for $1.50���������  ~". W. Auh. CroRtctu.  jQivb. ;up. i yo'mu .order; iind'. sjave  ; postage or express-charge^.  t'onrie atid look ov������i- our  ,'"    "' v    solectiotis."'������    v, '''  BfIgtmiHwa-. price of tirst-clasra, land  reduced to $5 an acre; second-class to  $S.S0 aa acre^- ;"--.:'*'    " '" '.''* ���������    '*:'"''  Pre-emption  now. confined   to  veyed lands only.  Secords will be sranted eoverlng oniy * -  land suitable for aaricxiltura! ���������ournoati'  and -which Is noa-timber laa^.-       '  Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  but ^Rieir-of not ;more"^Qian:foiar"*Jh*S5?'; :'  arrange:   for    adjacent.   pre-emptipos-   -  1 wl|th Joint residence, bui each making  necessary improvements on respective  claims.  ���������     :.*���������   &b'f .������&',��������� ^--...-.v'- ���������-'��������� ?j---^.j- '���������  .,.-_ Pre-emptorB must occupy': dalma ^tor   .  five years and make improvements to  value of: fio per acre, Includm*; clea-T-  in*?. and cultivation or at least 6* acre*  before receiving Cro^n Grant.     ^  Where pre-emptor In occupation not  less than 3 years, and has made pro-    ;  portipnate Improvements, he majv V~-������������������"������������������-  cause of ill-health, or other, causfci be *;  granted intermediate certificate of tta-' ..  provement and transfer liia claim.  ,, Records-, -without   permanent   r-aai-r  l?  dence, may be issued, provided appll-   ���������<  cantmakes Improvement's^to extent of  1300 per annum and records same each  year.    Failure to make improvements  or record same "will operate "as  forfeiture;    Title* cannot be obtained  in    '  , less than 6.. years,, and improvements   *.  of  $10.00 per, acre,  including: 6 acrea   .  cleared and cultivated, and realdencte  of at least 8 years are required.'ei  ,. Pre-emptor; boldinjr   0rown ^ram    .  may record another pre-emption, if he  requires land in conjunction with hit-  farm, without-actual.occupation, pro-'  vlded   statutory ;* improvements . mad* ��������� ,  and- residence  maintained  on  Crown."'  sranted land.     -"i .���������/.,-������������������������������������''���������.������������������ .;.���������������������������*.������������������*.��������� .(.;���������- >  Unsurveyebd areas, not exceeding Jv-  KST*8*'  P^^?  leased  aa  home^rtM*.  ��������� title to be obtained aftesr fulfllllng residential, and improvement conditions.  For graslng and Industrial, purpose-*  areas, exceeding   640   acres   may-be.  ���������^���������m by one person or'company.  "   r  ; Mill, facteory or lndustrlareltes on  timber land ��������� not exceeding ; 40 ��������� acreti  S^SL^PJUrSfc*8*^ conations include... ������������������  payment of stumpage.  '  ������.������ SlViS1 h*y n������������*dows^ Inaccessible  ���������^ ^?.wu,yf *fo������4"vin������yJhe purchased  conditional upon construction of ������, road .  to them. Rebate of one-half of -cost of  roa-j, ,not -exceeding half: of purchase  pi-Ice, is made.  ' ���������  PRE-EMPTORS'      FREE      GRANTS  .'.,'ACT.  The n-ojst. of this Act to enlarged to  Ing with His. Uajesty's Forces. The  Urns within which th-Thelrs or davltfew,  m a deceased pre-emptor* roay.'apniy i  from for one year from the death of ;  fluch  person,  as formerly,  until on* *  year after the conclusion -at the present  war.   This privilege is also made ri  troactlve. .  ���������"   ���������  H,������0Af^e!LSi!fll!^Lto l������J;������������BPtJon8 ar*  flue, or payable by soldiers on 'pre- '  ; emptlons recorded after June 16, im  Taxes are remitted for five years.  ; Provision for return of moneys ac-  iru,^4^u������ ������������������> *���������*" VS** ������inc������ aSbusi  dr taxeih on soldiers' pMTemptlons,        *  ^>,TfnJi0i. olty XotM JJe,d by members of '  Allied Forces, or dependents, acquired  direct or Indl-fect. remitted froriiT en-  llstment to March 11. J9M. .     7  8UB-PUHCHABERB   OF  CROWN  j, LANDS. .  Crown frams to sub-purchasers    or  Crown. Lands, acquiring rights from  purchasers who failed    to    complete  purchase. Involving forfeituxe. on ful  nilment of conditions of purchase. In  tjsrest and taxes.   Where sub-purchaS  ors do not claim whole of original par  be   distributed    proportionately    uveV  whole, urea,      ApplU  made by Kay .v.iuo.  .   Jportl  Appllcationn  U JJ20  tWtAZINO.  over  mi'M-  b*  ield & Son  ndel  , Graslng Act, 1910. for ������yst������inaiu  ���������aeyeiopment bf HventocU Indijiiiry pro*  vldes for grating districts and rang*  administration- under   CotnmfH-i-ion-rr  4-nnuar* tr#n\vr' permitu' ��������� fcwuefl" 1>ased '.  on number*-rai.tcM; prlorHy'fo? eslttb- '  on  lis]  J i  ih������d -ownert. . Htocl*-owm^rn' nt*.  fOn<) AiK*oclmio-.������e for ntxge ir>a***i������ge-  ment. S^rtti. or psrtl������ri>- rree. i������t*r,}ilt������e  tor settlers, cannier* or ������n������\-)nei> uu  to ten heaH   : 4, ttim^ii&Su-psmm  KssavKmtma&mtw  1  REVIEW.     CKESTOH,  lEUS HOW CATARRH  IS OCTROYED QUICKLY  jCatarrh sufferers, meaning those  -with coids, sore throat, bronchial  trouble, etc., can all be fixed up right  at home by inhaling "Catarrho20ne."  5n using Catarrh 02one you don't take  anedicine into the stomach���������you just  breathe a healing piney. vapor direct  to the lungs and air passages*, The  purest balsams and the greatest antiseptics are thus sent' to every spot  ���������where catarrhal trouble exists���������germs  are killed, foul secretions are destroyed, nature is given a chance and the  disease ends qviickly. Colds and  throat troubles can't last if the pure  healing   vapor   of   Catarrhozone   is  ] plied, his own voice a little unsteady, 1  "he's what eyerybody says he is: some  man!"  Haight nodded. "I reckons," he returned���������as though speaking to himself���������"! reckon a man's got to be big*  in every way, to fit this world of his."  Hc sank lower in his seat, his long  hands clasped together. "1���������I feel  so damned small, Tom 1" he burst out.  "Why, 1 didn't even half understand  wheji you���������you told me you owed him  something.      I  thought���������*'  "I know, Jimmy, what you thought,  and you were right too. But 1 was  mistaken."  "And how did you find out that you  were mistaken, Tom?"  "Why, something showed me .that I  couldn't just think - unworthy  thoughts, nor twist my soul to my  petty will, up here.     Then, quite by  pear  young or old. Two months treatment $1.00, small size 50c, dealers  everywhere or The Catarrhozone Co,,  Montreal.  mow.  ARCHIE P. McKISHNIE  Printed   by   Special   Arrangements   with  Thos.  Allen,  Toronto, Ont, l|i  YEAM ago Castor Oil, Paregoric, Dropsand Sootbing Syrups were the remedies  m common use for Infants a-ncf (McMes Castor DM so. nausea-ting tm to be  breathed���������sneezing and^ coughing accjdent, I learned that Dorkin was  cease at once, because irritation is re-| -m danger. It surprised' me to real-  moved. Bronchitis, irritation, and. ize that | wante(j to warn }3jm> to help  ���������weakness in the throat soon disap-| ^^ jjUt t]je revelation gave me a  ���������n-nr        Use   Catarrhozone   whether, peace of mind> a  satisfaction  that   I  had not known for a long time; so l|  stayed, Jimmy, and tried to belong."]  "I see," nodded Haight, "you tried]  to belong. Well, you do belong,  Tom, and I'm beginning to hope that  1 may, too. "Now," he said, rising  and shaking himself, "I've got to get  outside, or I'll cry," and he strode  quickly from the room.  Timberley lay back on his pillow  and closed his eyes. But he opt ned  them again as a soft cheek touched  his own ,and a low voice asked,  "What are ;</ou thinking about, Tom?"  "1 was thinking, Edna, dearest," he  answered, reaching for her, "what a  glorious place this big forest would  make to spent a honeymoon in. What  think you, little woman ?"  "1���������1 think-so too, Tom," she whispered, and hid her face on his shoulder. -  It was late afternoon when Dorkin  turned towards the trail leading to  Cove Haunt. He had not had an  opportunity to speak with Willow  since the night before, and he rightly  divined that she and Danny had  sought their own cabin in the valley.  He glanced about him,,as he passed  < Continued)  Dorkin patted his cousin on the  shoulder. ��������� "Good old Jimmy," he  smiled, "1 remember you were always  funny, in   some  ways.       When  we were kids, and used to play mar-, ~- &.^.v.^v ^w^,. .j���������tx,,a.~ *t. moolU  bh-s, you were always afraid you I through the grove. His world was  might cheat, and 1*11 b<:t anything, I at rest, once more. Thank God for  right now," he laughed,    turning    to, *hatl  almost impossible and the others all containing Opium in one form or aB&theiy  but so disguised as to make them pleasant to the taste, .yet taaDy t������ stupiJy the  ehUd and give the appearance of relief fern painD  It required years of research to find a* purely vegetable combination thafe  would take the place of these disagreeable, unpleasant andwaous remedies that  from habit had become almost universal This was the inception of? and tie reason  for, the introduction of Fletcher's Castoria? and for over 80 years it has proven its  worth, received the praise pf Physicians every where and become a household word  among mothers* >        ;-;  A remedy ESPEOIAI^ prepaid te In^ and Children and no' mother  would think of giving to her baby a remedy that she would use foi8 herself  without consulting a physicians  rnvfcsK  ������  KSffiii1  _  '5V_  EKfol tf  e-B-Ji-1-2,  Timb- rley, "Jimmy thinks he's cheat  *d me out of an inheritance,"  "By Gad, 1 have, ior that matter,"  returned  Haight.      "I've had thu use  The lawless trappers had gone,  Dorkin hoped, forever, taking with  them Da'.ton, their dead leader, and  Savage,  the  man   who" had   paid  the  of the money f6r five ycars, and how suPre���������e P"ce for his mistakes.  the deuce I'm ever going to pay you     .He f:ew ? deV? breath> a"d loo:k������;d  the interest " . about rum, then his eyes rested on the  "Jimmy, listen." Dorkin .pushed tin, bo.x he earned.  Haight down into a seat. "Youj . l.n the se?��������� on of his own room he  haven't ch,aud me oui of anything.! had ?Pe"cd that box> and reverent y  1 knew my lamented aunt left me examined its contents:-bits of costly  that money; knew, also, that it fell jewelry a cjirl of hair tied m faded  into more appreciative hands than blue ribbon a small diary written in a  mine. The fact of the matter is, man s handv That was ��������� all; but it  jimmy," he explained,, "I git the, was enough. Now he must steel his  papers up here, and I saw the an- b^rt to do what must be done,  nouncement of her death. 1 had al-i . He . walked slowly and in deep  ready seen the will. I was mighty I thought down the trail, and ap-  glad to let yon havc it. 1 didn't need. Poached the cabin-glade, softly,  k, and you did. Now, then, I don't! Willow sat in her old p!ace beneath  want to hear any more about it," as I the wild-hop vine. Her violin lay on  Haight opened his mouth to protest, her knees. Her brown hands were  "I've got all 1 want, and you're noti clasped behind her head. Her grey  going to deprive mc of a pleasure I've, eyes were turned towards the chang-  cnjoyed for five ycars. So that set-! ing colors above Old Creation Hills.  t]cs it." )     Dorkin   watched  her,  and  into his  Hc 'turned towards thc door; then; J"*���������. cr������Pt a great longing hunger,  his eyes sought the eyes of Timber-1 loneliness. He knew now, for an as-  Icy. He smiled at the gladness he surance, that he wanted this sender  saw mirrored  there, and  went  out.    ' Vvild woods-girl, to have and to hold  ^Qlf AVe5rfaMcft������patt^!,r^,l  *~4+*.       __ _,M9. .Jm* m-.m*4tt'n*-mlti-.*&$-- ,  afteia������erOfihiflt,K^������ss  FjMineial.KoTNAKCO's*  ~w~-W  mm  ilse-SUd-  JtfiJe^JW*****^  JgSSSSm-tfi  Cvii'  TBv&~y\_Q&y has read th������ &hovz &ead3ine; &ow many believe it?  Have you a little-one in the home, and has that dear little mite  when its stomach was not Just right felt the comforts that come with  the %se of Fletcher's Castoria? Ifeu have heard the cry of paisi.  Have you heard them cry for Fletcher's Castoria ?   ^ry ifc  Just help baby out of its trouble tomorrow with a taste of Castoria. Watch the difference in the tone of the cry, the look in the  eye, the wiggle in the tiny fingers* The transformation is complete���������  from pain to pleasure*   Try it.  You'll fine a wonderful lot of information, about Baby ia the  booklet that is wrapped eneu?id evesy bottle of Fletcher^ Castoria.  acNuiNB^CASTORIA' ^ways  Bears the Signature of  Exact Copy of Wrapper.  THE OCNTAUR OOMMNV, NBWVONK CITV.  Haight straightened up. He triod  to speak and failed. At last he managed ii:���������  "Toro,"    he    said, "it's all  damned  for all time.      But he knew that des*  tiny had wil'ed otherwise.  He spoke her name, and she turned  towards him, a tender light in her big  queer   isn't it?      J  go hiking off toj.ey.?g,     Dorkin,"   she   cried,  "Danny  God knows where, to try and prove   an.    n;c    h       ��������� home-home to  something  which   will   help   you   win  the girl you love. I learn, from  Darbo. that another man is impersonating you and trying to get you shot,  and I come- back to find that Something, infinitely bigger, has taken the  work out of my hands. It makes me  fe<?I glad that 1 failed to* get what I  went after."  He    sat    stooped ovcr in his seat  stay."  He looked down at her and sniiled.  "Willow," he said, after a short silence, "I have something to tell you."  She reached up and drew him down  beside her on the block.  ^'Willow, the Wisp," he said, a  strange huskiness in his voice, "this is  what 1 have to tell you."  And then he told her thc story of  MTh<-n,;' he said softly, "I meet up| her "birth;" of "how "she came to" be'the'  with him, and���������well, you heard what adopted child of Daddy Fa'rncy; "told  h*!3'^'" ,    , , J her everything, being caveful not to  Timberley reached out arid touched ��������� omit a single detail,  his   friend's  arm.      "Jimmy,"  he re-j     "This box belongs to you, dear," be  Cuticura For All  ���������*C|������������*������|    _\-mimt*4.t)k������Mtl~mXV%it  BaUm s~f\thCotk.nr* Sflup and hot water  iofretAht,jKir*.ati1 impuritl*** ~rA follow  with a tent]** n*ppH<yrtkw> <rfCutkum Oit\t-  tm-ent to mothA nnd h<a1. They are Meat  for tht) toikt, m let i-Je������oCutk,wa Talcum  lor p������rfumtng,  S-t-lU.   tytm4m.ttl4tia<k.  tmk~m*m-m.    Sftld  thrraiUhtrnt thsftomlnitin, C*n������dJ������n Depot;  M4444SXXjU44m4}m4 w-% W. XftftiS wf#, m.\JmamVttt���������t  \\\W^Ci������\\xmm Stum x-xtntx wluMnitiMw.  ma  mmw*Amm  mmmmmmt  ���������weMeweewMWHMWNw  W.   N.   V.   1-3/.3  said, placing it in her hands. "1 took,  the liberty of looking into it, in search i  of further information concerning'  your birth. It is there, in a small  diary. Your father, an ardent nature-lover, took your mother up into  these Highlands on " one of his sojourns���������so the little book tells us,  You were born up in thc Basin Forest, and you were three weeks old  v/he n your mother and father concluded to go back to thc city. Thc canoe  was capsized and you alone were saved. The kind-hearted Indians look  you to Mother Farney, who had lost  ht"r own newly borne babe���������and so,  Willow, the- Wisp���������"  Hi. paused, an ache in his throat.  "Ami ao, Willow," he concluded,  "thc fortune which your parents left  behind, and which Edna Marsh inherited, is rightfully yours."  She looked up into his face. Her  own face: had gone white. Hrr brown  fingers were caressing the curl of hair,  tied with faded ribbon.  She smiled and laid Iter hand on Wh.  "Then, Dorkin,  1 can have all  the  money which she ban now, an' live in  that hitf, ht-auttful home in  the city,  an' have ������t������rvant������ an' automobiles an  ���������an'���������"  His heart hurt ai lb** eagerness In  he- voice but he *j-*ik'd, g;oly, ������ud  answered:���������  "Everything yon m<������nt desire, you  rnny have, now, Willow. You are  rleh/������  "But she," said the girl, "she will  be poor?"  Dorkin nodded. "Yes, she will be  poor. But she would never keep  what is not rightfully hers."  "And she knows all, Dorkin?"  "Not yet.     We will go up and tell  her now.     Coine."  ' He rose,and held out his hand.  "Wait," she whispered, "oh, wait."  He waited, watching her, more than  ever longing to sweep her close and  hold her so forever. She was looking towards thc glowing sunset, above  Old Creation Hills.  "Thc bars are down, Dorkin," she  whispered ; then, -slowly, she stood up  and reached for him, gropingly.  "Oh, mnn, man!" she sobbed. "Do  you think for onc minute I would  take her money an' all she has bad  for her own? Do you think I would  take it from her?" I  "lt is yours, Willow." {  "It   ia   hers,"   said the girl, "and,  yours." '  "Mine?" hc echoed, wondering.  "You love her, Dorkin, She loves  you. You two are mates. I���������I am  satisfied; I am glad, right glad. . I  would not exchange my world, here,  for all thc riches in that big city, Dorkin."  Hc tried to ajicak, bnt failed.  "Dorkin," she said wistfully, "you  believe what I say, don't you? I  have all���������all 1 want. I have tny forest an' Danny.      We havc our little  cabin, an' the lights that lift an' fade  above the dear old hills."  His heart gave a great, glad bound.  "And    1,    Willow,    thc Wisp," hc  whispered.      "Do  I not    count    for  something?"  "You?" she cried, "you? Oh, Dorkin, you count fer every thin'; but I  can't havc you���������you belong to her."i  He drew her gently to him. "1 belong to.jrou, Willow, the Wisp" hc  answered. "And you belong to mp.  Nobody in the wide world can come  betwt en us." |  -- The lights were fading above Old  Creation Hills, when, at last, he led  her towards thc trail leading to his  cabin. Her face turned to the lifting  colors was no longer pensive, but glad  and- satisfied.  "Dorkin," she said softly, "we won't  tell Iter what you told "me,*--an' wc  won't tell Danny. Nobody need  ever know���������except ourselves,"  "Nobody need know except ourselves," he answered,  With a little cry she reached up and  drew his face down to hers.  "Mates, Dorkin, forever and ever,"  she whispered.  "Forever and evcfi Willow, thc  Wisp."  And through thc scented dusk, thcy  passed along tbc trail to happiness.  (The End)  Persian Lamb In Saskatchewan.  The     domestication     of  Karakul  sheep, which supply Persian lamb  skins, as well as mutton and wool, has  proven- a success in the province of  Saskatchewan, accordinig ' to W. E.  Dinwiddie, North Battleford, who is  the owner of a large flock. Mr, Dinwiddle's flock now numbers one hun-  drc, the second largest in Canada, and  thc third in North America.  -DODD'S^  ;K1;D*'N'������:Y"|  /(.'���������PULLS '���������=$(%,  Saskatchewan Products  !������������toeH  Total Value of Agricultural and Livestock Products in 1920 Was  $549,997,969.  Thc total value of agricultural and  livestock products in the province of  Saskatchewan in 1920 was $549,997,-  969, according to the final statement  of thc Department of Agriculture. Of  this sum, $308,967,214 was for agricultural products, while the balance was  taken up by livestock products,  Wheat, with a total yield of 113,135,-  274 bushels, valued at $175,359,674,  formed the major part of agricultural  products, and 94~JU- horses and  mules, valued at $151,724,800, was by  far the largest single item of livestock  revenue  ABLE TO DO  HER WORK  After Long Suffering;  Mrs*  Peaeey Restored to Health  by Lydia ��������������� Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound  Toronto, Ont.���������"I suffered with  irregular menstruation, waa weak and  run down, could  not eat and had  headaches, Tho  worst uymptoma  wcro dragging  down pnins.eo bad  I sometimes  thought 1 would  go crazy nnd I  seemed to bo  smothering. I waa  In this conditiott  for two or tfirco    years nnd  could  not eeeni to work.   1 tried all kinds  of medicines and had been treated by  JslvyBiclans but, received no bcncf.t. I  ound ono of your booklets and felt  Inclined to try Lydia E, Pinkham'a  Vegetable Compound. I received tho  best results from it nnd now I keep  house and go out to work and am liko  O new woman.   I havo recommended  Jrour Vegetable Compound to my  riends and if these facto will help  some poor woman use them as you  please/*-���������Mrs. J. F. PkAsby, 887 King  St.* Toronto, Ontario.  If you aro ono of these women do  not suffer for four or five years at  Mrs. Penney did, but profit hy hot  ���������stpurkaco and be restored to health.  Jl  A-tteiMmM.rmac!tmm!!mam!iatti  wmmmmmmm  iii iistv"* :���������������������������.  r\  ���������xttti:    kevikw.   creston,   b.    a  ggftdl M������6f  'e eafce chances. Gee Cart������***  B.it������S������ Eitveff PtUa right now. They  never fail co make the  Siver do-its duty  relieve constipation, banish indigestion,  drive out bill-  OUSResS, 8t*0f*  dizziness,  clear the com*        plexion,-put;a healt  eheefe and sparkle ia ths ������ye.  Be but������  aad get the genuine,  SsaaU 5������!H--SBiaSl'Oese���������Smali Office  Manna Still Failing'  United States Consul Writes Froth  Mesopotamia of Peculiar Dew.  The feeding of the children of Israel  upon manna from heaven during their  ���������40 years of wandering in the wilderness en route Jto the land of Canaan,  as related in the Bible, is not mere  poetry and ������oes not record a miracle.  This is the conviction of Oscar S.  Heizer, United ^States consul at Jerusalem, ih an official report. Consul  Heizer states that .manna is found  now in the regions of upper Mesopotamia and Kurdistan and'along the  Persian frontier. : It falls, he says, iti  the form of dew.  Immediately after falling-,: the manna hardens and assumes the form of  a gfain. Early in the morning, before the heat of thc day, it is gathered. * .'������������������  Income Tax Figures  Oa Incomes of $200,000 or Over  During Laat Fiscal Year.  Eleven individuals paid income  taxes on incomes of $200,000 or-over  during the last fiscal year, according  ;to the. announcements, made in the  House of Cosnmoas, Altogether  122,588 people paid income taxes iu  i9l8;' Of * this number, 12,774 were  farmers. The total number paying  income tax during 1917 was 53.730, including 8,962 farmers. The .cost of  administrating the business profits  tax act and the income tax during the  fiscal year 1920 was $1,051,537, as  compared with $495,797 la 1919, and  $108,196 in .1918.  How  ������fo More Asthma. Dr. J. I> Kel--  ���������logo's Asthma- Remedy sounds the  death knell of this trying-trouble.' It  stops the awful choking and painful  breathing. it guards agatn3t night  attacks: and gives, -renewed ability, to  sleep and rest the whole nightlong.  Much is claimed for this remedy, but  nothing but what can be demonstrat  Asbestos Found in Okanagan Valley.  . A Dominion Government surveyor  reports discoveries of asbestos in the  Princeton -district, and aiso west of  Okanagan Fails in the Okanagan Valley. *  Cramps! Cramps! Cramps!  How To Stop Them Quick  When   yon   have  mighty "quick   relief,  cramps, it is a  that  you .(.want;  Bsmshi-l  &l guffered savereSy from pitee���������* writ-as  Mr. James* Ruddy, of Killaio������. Ont..  "ik������ pais nt times was uabaaxabi-s. I haa  triad one after another of the so-called  0 pile-remedies,' but continued everv bit  a������- bad as ever until I comraencad tha  Zam-Buk treatment; To "my joy this  herbal healing balm speedily relieved tha  burning irrr^tioa. Perseverance baa-*-  ished the piles completely."  *-'��������� Fer piles apply Zans-Bfek at aight aasS  Ui it''aet whiU you slsep. ��������� Zam-Buk's  reSned herbal ess-ences -speedily sooth������  and healths inflamed tissues���������take away  . the burning pain and awful itching like  nothing else can. Zam-Buk is also the  finest possible remedy for eczema, ulcers,  ringworm, poisoned-sores, burns, scalds,  and boils, rashes aad other spring skia  trouhles. 50c. boxfc for f 1.25. AlidealerS  ax from Zam-Buk Co.. Toronto.  Tlie Foulard Dress  Is Again in Style  Sea Otter Returns  To Aiaskan Waters  Has Been Considered Extinct Along  the Coast for Twenty Years.  Mail  reports ~frorn  the Alutian is*?  lands state that many sea otter have  coast from  Good Old "Nerviline". is.sure as'death  to relieve cramps in a hurry.     Just a'  few drops in sweetened water, and the i    . ..     *   .      .,    .  pain is gone.     Buy a bottle of trusty! "Seated to the Alaskan  old  Nerviline to-day    and    keep    it' Kamchatka and the Kurile Islands of  handy.        Nerviline    is    s    common'Siberia.      For twenty years  the sea  household necessity  and is so useful j otter has b������en considered extinct all  in c������se- of sudden illness at night, or  when    cramps,    nauseau,  vomiting or  the  like  occuas.  everywhere in large'35 cent bottles.  Construetios Work in West.  - Contracts for building construction  during January, and .February of this  year in th������ western provinces totalled  $5,547,300 in value compared with  $3,900,900 during the first two months  of 1920, $2,657,000 in 1919, $1,727,200  in 1918. The increase for this year  is taken as an indication that Weat-  dTafrhoeT i aIon8 the coast of the territory, and  Sold* tne price for the^beautiful coat is  kingly. Just why, the otter was found  to be so abundant on the islands off  the Siberian -coast and not in Alaska  is a puzzle.  ed by a  trial.,    If you, suffer fromjern Canada^ is handling its big-pro  asthma try it and convince yourself  of its great value.  Soldiers' Civil Re-Establishment.  A total of 50,521 men were accepted for training by the department of  Soldiers' Civil Re-Establishment from  inauguration to the end of 1920,t according to the annual! rejpbrt. Statistics compiled by^'the'���������'"' departm'ent  show that 70 per cent, of the men who  havc graduated haye been able to follow the line of their training.-.*.. The  number, of patients treated during the  past year was 23,591. In addition to  these figures, outside clinics havc  been operated and 447,142-treatments  given. The total expenditure of the  department was $27,671,493.  gramme of deferred building.  NOTHING TO EQUAL  t  r  9  ���������mrm -m~t~-   -~\4-xmr "***t3ym2r&- e|>������<<eKy(f  Cause ol  Early Old Age  Tha celebrated Dr. Michemhjatf,  an* authority on -early old -kg*,  saya that it te "ctxtaxedhy poison*  generated is tk-a intesdea.**  When your stomach digeau food  properly at is absorbed without  : forj^ylrag tsraenntM-ea santatn-*-    e>d-  ���������one* bring on -early old age emd  premature death. 15to30drops  ������Jf ������������������Seiaefa SyragT -sfftesr eaesab  week's Cotton .S0o��������� -tkmpmmi%  At*tt/x-rat~~-~-r���������pttusttt4  med(e-it&. Bold I* tfei**** ti~-  ;f*w eS ������ift������i*nlb���������Nik. i. 91}  Im. S. S3; No. t. V~ pw b-K,  AA hf alS dfSf~~*~t, ~S ~e--  T*p������li oa  tftmi������S  of  ttrieo*-  -^sm^htot.       A������ldr****9f'  THC ������OOSt������SCOtClNK CO.  tOStWro.e3llT. tjtmttt. VlUmt^  ���������P--W'  A������cnearii Ploaeior  Dog Remedies  a-OOS.  OH  OOO -DISSASBS  um~ m~~m. co ������ee������  U*ul������4    Fret   to    xxt  ������&Ar-tt by tae  Author  a   CLAV  C,..QVx*~l  CO..   IMC.  fta    We*l    J1 it-street  New York. USA.  MONEY ORDERS  It ta always * safe to send a Dominion Ex<  presB Mosey Ordeir Fire dollar* costs thrcn  cents.  By Marie Belmont.  Sentenced To Death.  No Appeal Possible.  The death warrant is passed out  every time a corn is treated with  Putnam's Corn Extractor.* It meag������������  the cud of the corn. Putnam's lifts  out corns, root and branch, and never  fails. ' Refuse any substitute for.Eut-:,  nam's. - 25q. everywhere.  Many charming modes are evolved  from foulards. This dress of foulard  reveals the effective use of ribbon as  a- trimming. The ground is a beau-:  tiful shade of rose and--it is patterned iti sma-il-d-estgns in B&a3^?biiie; Thei  ^collar is made of navy iilue" ribbon,  which is also used to outline the;  front and hem of the skirt. The latter is irregular in length, which is one  of the. distinctive features in the new  frocks. The belt is a piece of navy  moire ribbon. Navy ribbon in plain  weave is used for the jaunty hat that  gives a dashing finish to this gown.   '  TADICTCI  Itmm-j-ml-l  pocke.  Qiases  ook  Mrs.4^5corge^ ILefebvre/St. Zenon,  Que.,^^'voltes: '*!^do^not think there is  any'; 6'thtir medicine to equal Baby's  Own Tablets for little'ones. I have  used them for my baby and would use  nothing else." What Mrs Lefebvre  says, thousands of other hiothers say.  They have found by trial that the  Tablets always do just what is claimed for them. The Tablets are a mild  but thorough laxative which regulate  the bowels -and sweeten the stomach  and thus banish" indigestion, constipation, colds, colic, etc.. They are sold  by medicine dealers or by mail at 25  cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Out.  Motors and Good Roads.  Good roada mean money in the  f every automobile owner.  They mean comfort to the body of  every automobile rider/ Efficiency  and economy of operation; pay large  and certain dividends on every dollar  invested in highway improvements.  As these improvements are extended  even the man who neither drives nor  rides on the open highway will take  his profit .from improved transportation of farm products and more rapid  and economical communication in  business and industry. ,-  business and industry.���������Chicago Tribune.  THE  D. D. D. D.  REMEDY  PURIFIBS     THE     BLOOD     AND  BUILDS UP THE SYSTEM.  Will aid the following constitutional diseases: Weak Stomach, Bilious.  -nes������c Sick: Keadach*?; Indige9t������m, Gastritis, 'Loss of Appetite. Constipation,  Liver and Eidnery Trouble, Rheumatism.' ... Eczema, .Skin.. Disease and  Femkte* Weakness*. ���������: Price $1.00 at  your local Drujrffiat-or from  THE..D. D. D.  D. REMEDY CO.,  Phoenix Block. Winnipeg.  One pf*the commonest complaints  rtr    ivvCrtrtt-e    .  xr.    tt.utxtx Xx*    X.  *~f\-i xiio, xxixul   -its,  utQSi   C*  Ten wards in thevcity of Glasgow  voted to abolish the saloons,, the most  revolutionary occurrence iu Scotland  in two centuries.       :'{ Z ���������  Minard's Liniment For Burns, Etc.  r .* . ,.   A.      c- ....       ���������   is ^U ~i    A race ot -w.uuu ueaa-nunting can-  fective application for them is Jriotaer!   ..   ,        * - .. ������ ���������   ���������  r,������w������' vnrsrrr* Rr^rminretor ntbals   declared    to   be the smallest  Graves' Worm Exterminator.  With the going good, an Eskimo  dog will draw an average of 300  pounds weight for thirty-five miles  in one day.  human beings, as a race, was recently  discovered by an explorer in the New  Hebrides. ^  0-0X^1  Fisherman's Friend  The Original and Only Genuine  And His Family  Medicines  jyiOST people first knew Dr.  Chase through his Receipt Book, Its reliability and  usefulness made him 'friends  ������verywhere.  When he put his Nerve Food,  Kidney-Liver Pills and other  medicines on the market they  received a hearty welcome, and  their exceptional merit has  kept them high in the public  esteem, *.  Tako Tic, Gh&Ao'g Ktdney-telvor  JPUlo toe example, There I* no treatment to bo compared to them m a  meatui oC regulating tho Uver, Icld-  Jf-oyj* and Dowel* ani reitevinar ooa-fc  otlpsutlon, blUousnefli, fcldnftr dlaease  and Indirection.  One I)1U a done, Site a b.x at all deafer*  ���������r JBdnimaon. itaus tt Co., Ltl., Tocopto.  Dr.Chase's  JtliliJcuJJiiJLUiiL^  Electricity From the Air  Prof. Paulson  Declares the Atmos-  ,     ' phere is a Storehouse of  .-  Electricity.  Prof.    Paulson,    of  Hamburg, declares that the atmosphere is a store-"  house of electricity^and   he   believes  th^unlimited supplies of the "juice"  can be extracted from that source.  He suggests that balloons be used  as collecting antennae. They should  have metallic surface bristling with  points. Sent up in groups, and connected with an aerial network of conducting wires, thcy would gather electricity at an elevation of three hundred yards and transmit it by wire to  suitably equipped stations on the  earth.  Thus could be drawn out of the sky  a continuous hifeh-frcquency current  which might be employed for all sorts  of useful purposes, including electrochemistry, and electro-metallurgy,-Energy thus obtained would be much  cheaper than what coal could be carried on in desert arras and over lakes,  so aa not to occupy territory valuable  for agriculture or other purposes.  "Cold in the Head"  la an acute attack ol. Nasal Catarrh. .Persons who are subject to frequent "colda in tho  bead" will- find that the use of HALL'S  CATARRH^ MEDICINE will build up the  System, cleanse the Blood and render them  less liable to colds. Repeated attacks of  Acute Catarrh may lead to Chronic Catarrh. --  HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is taken  internally and acta through the Blood on the  Mucous  Surfaces" of the System,  AH Druggists 75c.    Testimonials free.  loo.OO for any case of catarrh that HALL'S  . $100.00 for any case of catarrh that  HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will not  cure.  F. J. Cheney St Co., Toledo, Ohio.  m     Z7*+mVkmmm\imm-0-0W0^:'Z~*.  wraignrcii  YARMOUTH, N, 8.  =������<���������  ?W?P*  Civilized man requires about- 25  years to grow up, the savage about  15.  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  Some seventy periodicals printed  in Esperanto, the so-called universal  language, are now published.  Muscular Rheumatism Subdued.���������  When one is a sufferer from muscular rheumatism he cannot do better  than to have the region rubbed with  Dr Thomas' Eclectnc, Oil. Let the  rubbing J>e brisk and. continue .until  ease is secured. There is more virtue in a bottle of it than can bc fully  estimated.  Corns are caused by the pressure of  tight boots, but no one need be troubled with them long when so simple a  remedy as Holloway'* Com Remover  is available.   ���������  States With Indian Names.  Of the forty-eight states Ut the  United States,*twenty-five bear names  of,v Indian origin,'while . twelve are  English, Bbc Spanish, three French  and, two may be said to have U.S.  names���������-WasHin-ffton and Indiana.  IMlnnrd's   T.in'ment  where  for Sale Every-  Recent experiments of injecting?  appendicitis.patients ���������with oerum have  been so successful tint operations  with the knife maysoon be abolished.  %  %  ]URINE ">a^* *"* Moratjmt  Ht-9������y Clt-an, forftkp  Ey-tx Iith*yTire,Iteb,  SmaitorBwrn.il Stain*  rtrxt.mm ���������^#c������. I������t|ltatHf Inflamed' ot  JOUR tl to GranuUted,uieMurine  of ten. ���������������������������(less* Itof rtikej. Stfe for Infant  or Adult At aU ^wls������������ndOpHdMi*,  w. t-.'V. im  'The second blow-out in a week I  Why don't you get good tires Y9  DOMINION TIRES  &~\% ^~-\.������m-\W~^         .eA"Jc���������������i   ^ji^^^^j^^    alRES  mmmmmmmmmmmtmmt  DOMINION TIRES uro the earn������ quality, no matter what tha ifee.  DOMINION "NOBBY TREAD" 30 x 3tf Tire, for Ford, Chevrolet,  Gray Dort, Overland and other tight care ara the same -design, aamo  material* tamo coruttrudlon aa tho big "NOBBY TREADS" for  Plerc-vArro-vs and Packard*. YouffetthemlleajewheoyeutUeon  "DOMINION TIRESW������  Tharo aro Dominion tlroa for tnraiy car .and avety  purpoio���������DOMINlON INNER TUBE*^ too-and a  complete lino of DOMINION TIRR ACCESSORIES  S-rtd By th-trfiBt -t~mi~r~ frmm fmni f c*iwf,  B09 fi IT���������TnTrnnMiWrlW Nil I     WH1" T"-"-'"��������� uminwMiminBtB^t^Bvsn-anm^dm^mmaawmzmMiamimTitviim. mn iieie���������MTWWMii'WM      ��������� rm .. . m^~j~-,-~^-r^-r..���������..-_-..., ���������-    ���������-���������. ��������� ������.~~0m���������^���������'-"^"������������������?.*i'-T--*���������"--���������.������ ,  11 * - tj ~! i  11*;- ���������,' :,' ,*:*.'��������� *; i y ���������*���������' .* L" p*������i,:, iiri-rrr-y- j * i ������������������ ,!/ **���������"." i;11.1   ."��������� * *  ' ?.. r^- -'' ���������.'.   . -' I.  ��������� , ������������������ ��������� !.  'J. .,   -... , .;,...     <.������   " yy "    ...   ?.     ..' " T *l;.,. c '���������,''.' -,';   '��������������������������� j ��������� ,    ',", ''?''V       .' '"..' -'. '.  -'. * ^'.'    i,',, -4/; ���������, ,-;���������. '  "'"iiiiiii  IHE  CBESTCfc   REVIEW  Local and Personal  Fob Sale���������Cooking range,  t������?������c*Je  v^nlayson.  Cat ���������  Fob sale���������issrmisi-, mare,  old, weight 1550. price fight".  Review Office.  in good  Creston.  5 years  Enquire  side Road. Ifc is a two-story structure  and will readily store at least half "a  dozen cars of feed.*  Wanted���������One-horse plough and a  12-tooth cultiyator. J. Turner (Canyon), Erickson.    ~     ���������  Good, progress'is heing made at the  completion of T. M...��������� Edmondson's new  flour, feed and bay warehouse on Hill-  ��������� ������������������  ~~~\&s% 9ls'  i*--1)1.Ur  OUR OPENING DAY  WILL BE  ATUROAY. APRIL 1S  FR1  An ice crearn cone to each  child calling on us between  il -and 4 o'clock that dav*  i *v  oniy. A complete line of  Sundaes, Ice Cream Sodas  will.be on hand. Boys,  remember the date.  Cigars and Cigarettes.  Limited  Fob Sals���������Limited Quantity.-.: of  of strawberry plants, jjjlOpfer thousand  Monrad Wigen,  Wyundei.  There will be the usual services in  Holy, Cross church on Sunday with  Father Bessette in charge. .      '  Eggs Fob Hatching���������Rose Comb  Rhode Island Reds, good laying strain,  $1.50 for 15.    Mrs. W. V. Jackson.  Strawberry Plants^ For Sale���������  Senator Dutil&p. and Glen Mary, $10  per 1000.    Guy Constable, Creston.  Wanted���������Girl ..to assist at soda  fountain and'in ice cream parlor. , Apply in person.   ',  Beafctie-Oatway, Ltd  Lumber���������No. 1 and 2 Bevel and  Drop Siding reduced in price $10 per  thousand. , Wynndel Box Factory,  Wynndel, B.C.  Wanted���������One section lever tooth  drag harrow, also a one horse potato  cultivator.    W. S. McAlpine, Creston.  ��������������������������� R. Price of Nelson  ledgerkeepers's work  Commerce while1 Miss  on vacation.   -  is here taking  at*the:Bank of  Heath   is away  Lost���������On April 13th, between "town  and Boffey ranch, tradeoff single driving harness. Reward. Percy Boffey,  Creston, or Review Office.  ��������� Quaker Brand Macaroni can be  cooked in various ways and is a cheap  and nourishing food. 10J oz. package  15e. atManuel'SjOpposite Bevan garage  Mrs. Brousson, sr.,. who has .spent  the past three months here with her  son, high school principal Brousson.  left on Saturday oh her return to England. ��������� ' "  Nurse Amy Ebbutt arriyed from  Lethbridge the latter part of the week  and will spend the balance of the  month: wit h'hei** parents,' -Mr. and 'Mrs.  P. G. EbJbiiU.  Ray Hughes has just'purchased the  Coulter half-acre on Hillside Road at  the rear of tho Speers, -Boyd and uBev^  ap houses' apd already has it7 cleared  and ploufjhfed,'knd will erect a* residence oh it this spring. ���������    '  I  /^ 1  vJidiiu  iieatre  i  MONDAY,';Apri)-;18  '- AN EXfRA SPECIAL  Presented by  Marshall Neilan  from  The Wonder Play  James Oliver Cur wood  A stirring tale of the Jioyal North"  West Mounted Police, and a  Romance of the North.  We consider this the largest and best  production we have played for months.  Get the book at Beattie-Oatway, Ltd.  ONE NIGHT ONLY.  Adults 75c.    Children 35c  Fishing Tackle  Thif* HU*vf is lieadguartey-s for men wfio want, a partial or oomplete  outfit of Kshing equipment;  From pr-H-tic-al experience we believe we know what will bent meet  the" rorpjiremenitH of local an^Iera, and on.n as confidently  recommend onr goods both an to serviceability us well na  to cost.    We take .special pride in onr  M.   J\V/ Kj    JL -IP JL* J. j-Zlaa-J  Coachman      Royal Goachman   - Brown Hackle  and several other well-known kind������,  PISHING RODS in Telescopic and Jointed  as well as Lancewood Rods.  Fishing Baskets, Reels, Spearn  Leaders,  Lines, Hooks,  Fly Books, Trout Spinners  and nil the other woods required i������,y the lislM-imaM.  MAWSDN*   BROTHERS  Belter Service  General Merchants  Lower Prices  For Sale���������Grade Jersey Holstein,  $90 for quick sale. R. Stewart, Creston.,  Wanted���������Live agent in Creston district for Supreme Watkins Products.  Watkins goods known everywhere.  Wi-ite J. R.'.Watkins Co., Winnipeg,  Man., for full particulars.  The Grand is booked for Wednesday, April 27th. by the Oliver Eck-  hardtCo-, which wil! present "The  Naughty Bride,?' ji frisky comedy that  flashes and sparkles to the tune of a  thousand laughs.  Sundav be,ing the 400th anniversary  of Martin Luther's first preaching of  the Keiorumtion. Key. J.-A. James'  Sunday eyening address in fche Presbyterian Chnic-h will deal with this  historic religious eyent.  The Reyiew is ,asked to request all  who haye guaranteed sums to the  public health nurse , fund to; kindly  send in the contributions in whole ttr  in part as th^health nurse committee  treasury is almost empty. .-   l  A. largesupply^ of Dominion income  tax forms is n6'w available and can be  had at the postoffice or the Imperial  Hank. This.year these must be asked  for, filled ont and cheque for fche taxes  due sent in be^forejtbe' end of April. .  -.yl --i'l**.-. .,;���������':.-��������� ���������*���������������������������'���������  ���������The ice cMam season will he oflFicial-  ly������������penedt>h: Saturday, and foi that  day only,. fr-o^^^niV tp ;4 p;mV3eatr  'tie Oatway,' tZtAZ. Will give one free ice  cfeahi.eone'.tqi*;eyery boy and girl filing at the stiVre'duririg those hours.;'  Rev, J. A.; 'Varley is; expected'to be  here . for his : fii-st service .as resident'  rector of .Chi-ist''Church ox\. Sunday,  April 24 th) * -Mc* isat pi-esent.at the  coast on a!; hohevtnoon trip, having  been married at -Chilliwack eariv in-  April.      ... ���������-.??.- ���������:.-,,... i  The first. ������������f the week furnished  some of the' hottest weather ever experienced in fche Valley this early in  April, with fche warmest' touch on  Monday when tlj-e mercury hit 67 in  the shade.. It was 63 on Tu*������*idrty and  61 on Snnday. As usual the heat  waye Is followed by showery ' wvathei-  which set ip ,-p^ Wednesday morning.  The April meeting <sf, the Board of  Trade on Tnesday''ni"gfit was well at-*  tendedT * Compreh-ansl-ve renorfcs wer*������  submitted by .the .chairi^ah of fche  municipal and ieclaniation committees. The entonlblogical section of the  Dominion department of agriculture  wil! be asked to^'t-hss. se."ju������on !nvesti=  gate the" mosquito situation in" the  Valley with a view'kb'takihg measures  to,ab*������te the nuisance. Investigational,work of this sort has, been carried  on in the Fraser River valley for the  past two years.  Wanted���������Building lot, or lot with  small dwelling. -.  Box 37, Creston.  Irliffni-n   !!���������?!������wi!1***!  ��������� Fourteen menibers'were out for last,  week's . ;sessiop.:-of >������������������ tbe Intet-mediate  class in nursing at, the home of Nurse  M'cteiihan on Thursday aftei-noon. The  feature of the- "session was a demon-:  stratit.n on applying fomentations and  coin presses.       '" .,. ,;  A-.whist;driye and dance is announced for Thursday- evening nex.t. April.  21st, in Parish Hall, the proceeds to go  to the public health nurse fund. Cards  |kt 8.30 prompt,; -ind  two :pr.iz  The admission   is ' 7rs  Korsfs." -���������  :izes  The admission  eludes'supper  is 75 cents.  ;f>aih.cing 11 to 1.  given,  ioh in-  ex.i ,.x,:~.  txir, t V*i-  Leocal j-oad for-man T. K������rris ss com  ing in for general commendation on  the .excellent work he hasrdone this  year in getting the roads in good travelling shape so soon afteV*' the spring  thaw-out and" heavy rains. At all Valley points the highways, were good for  all kinds of traffic almost before the  erid of March:' The good wttrk is appreciated by all, except some of the  men who haye had to wait for their  March pay, Mr. Han-is having overdrawn his 1920 appropriation for this  work, Jindthe 1921 finance will not be  available till April���������the province's fiscal year ending at March 31st.  .The-twenty-ninth anniversary of  the(founding of Creston will' he -obser-  vsd,vpn Sunday, it heing April 17fch.  1892, that Mayor- Fred Little and J. W  Dow staked the area which ,,nojirV comprises the townsite arid became the  first whites to permanently. Ideate ih  1 be Valley. The ni-ijror has already  eomfhehced to receive anniversary re-  mfcmbi*-ances, amongst fctiVise already  to hand being tw.6 English holly Wishes fr'oih the Layritz nursery people of  Vahcouvef. In almost three decades  ���������the m-ayor cannot recall a touch of  summery weather to quite equal that  in evidence the fore parb of fche week.  Licensed fey Provincial Government  Particular attention given - all female--  troubles. Homelike''apartments for  ladies awaiting jvecouchment. Best  medical practiticmers in attendance.  Write or phone for appointments'.  Highest, references.  Reasonable terms.  Inspection invifceo.  MRS, MOORE, Matron.  The HOME PRIVATE HOSPITAL  Falls & Baker St.   KELSON, B.C.  Phone 372.      P.O. Box 772  GRAND  SATURDAY, APRIL 16  FRANK MAYO  m  "Hitchin* Posts"  ra. wonderful story of the  _ Old South in the 70's  : An auction sale, of the implements  and,, furniture.-?to ;c!ose, out the Mur-.  doch Callander, estate is announced for'  Saturday afternoon. April. 16. at 2  o'clock at M-j^reath's; barn, J. ������.. Rose  will auctiVipeei--and there will be no  reserve.    Terms ai-e: spot cash - ..  Mrs. Heron, wife of W. A. Heron,  who w-as mariwgepiof the King George  Hotel until ftarly in.-l9.15, has. just been  granted a.jdiVoTce fron������ her husband  by JustJcs-iMacd.ohald, at Vattsiouver-a  few days ago. .r; Since1 Ijgaving Ocestdh  they Sad resided* laost of ��������� time at Nelson. ���������������������������������������������'���������' .-'���������-���������' ,,.,.*..   ..'."��������� .  ;:������������������;..::  I..-.    ?'..-i-p' :-:-ULl-r=<   -*;.   i'l^Z   -'      -"Z"  Mernbei"*. of Creston-; Masonic Lodge  and non-nffll'Mted a,pd visiting brethren are reminded1 ������.if the April communication of Creston Ltvdge next  VVednesday night ������when M.W. Bro.  Speers, D.D.G.M;, will pay his official;  visit,I which will bte followed by the  usual banquet spreiid^:i  C.O. Quist, whofhas spent the.winter with his sons afc' Metiskoiv, Alta.,  returned the latter -part' O't 'tire wedk  and reports prices orr.all. farm products  down below even pre-war quotations.  In ease lots eggs are to be had in some  parts at 15 cents 'ri; dozen, 'with oats  ahout the same price pei bushel.   '���������  In vjew of it persistent effort by the  Dominion Alliance1'to have Sunday  fishing and shooting .'declared illegal  petitions are now uv/*ilable for signa  ture ^protesting against any such  change in the game ergulati'ons. In  town these petttirthshmy be'., signed  either at It, Warmstey'solfif-eor Mftvc-  son Bros, store.       <''  A innsical. and literary program by  the junior members on Friday afternoon attracted the largest attendance-  the Women's Institute has had so far  this year.       Mrs. J." W. Hamilton re-  fiorted fully on theCJhild Welfare con-  Hi'e.nce she attended at Victoria last  month, and next wo'ek wo will publish  a full statement of her remarks.  j,!i*,*...     ;��������� ���������   ���������  Miss MeLuhan, , Ked Cross public  health nurse; had another busy month  of it for March, making a total HI visits, of which 52 we^e nursing and 69  instructive. In addition she iN now  holding three classes eiVch week at  which some fifty /girls between the  ages of 13 and 20 years are receiving  instruction in nut-sing . and dorpestie  science;''",;,!  -   '��������� .'ip; '"'       *   ���������"'"   ''. ' *  .   \:       , ���������     , . ''I"'*' -        ���������'''    '. '     ��������� '  For Monday i)ightv April I8th, the  Qrapd,. isolfoiingf;ptwtively the best  npecial featuiu nhowiv at the theatre  in the pasttwelve^nonthttInThj?Biv ���������  er's End,. ������diipt������td,#l������ii> , the* bonk: of  the Biwno title. It,is a gripping Noi'th-  oi h Canada sUiry In which the B.N. W,  M,P. play a most important puffy apd  is hound to please rtIL admirers 01 the  best in motion pioturesj ��������� "'���������  ,1. D. Miiore of JKasio. piovinolal  road supevinti'i-durit, was a visitor here  at iheeiKl.of tl������i' \Veelt, and during.hiw  Htity nnide an on foot inspection of tho  road between Kitchener arid Eiicksohv  on which bit of highway there will be  a lot of work done this sou������on. For  the whf)le Kaslo riding there Is tin.tip*  pi-oprhttimi ������>f. ^^OOO this year for  loads, trails and *iLl(UHValks.  A. Litulhiy oftJhV&dj Fruie Mark-  el, Ijuthhriilge, iAIta., jintl a^ well-  known Valley fruit, btiyo*\>wrtshere oh  a businesN visit the fore paH nf-Mift  week. Now that a government gnar-  ! emtee ofboi������ds for the Irrigation of a  gi.-at area <if W<,Mi|herri Alber|������ is as-  xiut'd Mr, LindH������y lr������rtks for n'big In-  Hux of new M������itt,lers into that country,  apd asHiiri'h at leakt n doubling of the  population nf the city of Lethbridge.  !    RANCH FOR SALK  ;���������',;���������*,... ^e- '       ��������� ���������     ���������   ���������  * "-  . Improved ph\ce for sale; 20 aere-a���������12  cleared of which 10 are in trees. , Excellent house and buildings and fully  equipped. Forhin (Canyon), Erfck-  son, B.C..    ,,,  ~~  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13  EMMY WEHLEK  in  Lifting Shadows"  H- heart  play of a woman's  uhdyifig, past.    JIow could *:  she escape?  Special  KASOLD  OYB  RANCH PROPERTY FOR SALE  ��������� ;8J acres partly improved, land adjoins school school grounds at Wynndel. Part cash, long terms on balance.  MONRAD-WIGEN, Wynndel, B.C.  r*  ?���������  t.  X-JU  Comedy  relets  [This will be the last show  of Pictures until at least  early next autumn.]  Rniu  AT  "���������*���������*-  :".."��������� from selected  stock, and guaranteed  to     give    satisfactory  wear  S.::,i:*::S*tpp p o-q  '>:..,;;'-; .;';." general'' merchant, '!',; ';;'���������vi ,v":;  *}t  m~~i~h~um  .titUitiifUunlm  Ttri* *rw*T1"' ","*  A neffleotod atorio.'brnisp 'or had  out inyo-rStibly rea\i),t8, in ({i   ,,  hlow biiii'ttiid oim-'neh ruined,  '      ; tire ift the result. '������������������-������������������    ���������-���������'������������������  Lqt us -save you time and money  ,,',We offer you  the best in,  [',-,utu)orkMtinship, and Bupplicf  i..'  CRESTON SERVICE GARAGE  LIDGATE BROS*  PHONE BI


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