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"Tr.*.^j,; .^. .v -;.:itx   %.r   ,-.^..;.,,.'. .-^   -*;*'-'������������������   * ' . ��������� ���������.������������������-*--"*'*':.*   * '*���������.���������**.     *  ���������^tesi*^^  ' shipn^t j^ia^ ^ M  'rh^i.p������::^pmi|^e i^c^suppiie^il^  ^gelfc*;|^if**:^ *^--:"^ ->;>  , /[jTJb^n  * coromodatfon tlie United Far������iJeis are  ������f(j������r**a8^*.lb^iag^:^emo^  ;f*'������yeir';'%^,?SOir^'  a car here, the station shed   not  /big enough tovoccommod^te the {bti11  ''���������"^'^M^anS^'r&JB^^  : ^Talik are spending  ��������� -herei' bcchpyiUg  TR!,., K-SinoAntantifeK  .".-,'*7T.*   TT   ^7"tr~     T        "!*^'-~  ---^s^ftubi^I^st*^  ���������.*' t^<B^^^.^ii*^W^?i^^ "��������� ��������� *ft9?'^l?!3-'h������;  Calgat-ryt'^Altat^js-a"'-guest.i;'ol;*'Mret'R^  caiinjfclate.lasilaj|. along ������������������wlt^w^lsSt-f-  .1. Lohg a few days this "week. -, ^s^eter. M^ss^  ..,_ __ _,.. jsd^friei^  w^ii^^^^yj*d^-'*d^>^  ib^^^^^^^^l.^i'^^iji^aa^  as to expedi0 unlda<Kng ^,. an^3tn#rOMi  ."*.*-:    ..Pi,,',- -'���������A.4S^i--'ZrJ'lZAZP\:m, "     ������'���������**'��������� -iV- ?. tifl i^^VUr^l^.'-iB'yAj'i'^^V*"  -|^oje>tj^a.oyer: tne. sine to .ajrcira5 ������������*  .���������^^|iV;*:'^*:w^^5ii^'������^  ^fe^tt^i*d^-^:^Hl:a8^  iso^'fe^nd^^o^  'ywdeBe^andt bthe^w^  that ndinconvenienee -will   be expeii-  ���������   -.���������-*        ��������� .**.*.'.*-    -���������'      ."���������-.*      -���������*   .  .-r.r,    a&r.: ,.h.  en������?ed in getting at or  ft-om* the depot  ���������With* atoy sized load. ���������:-y ~<: P-P'\. ZlZp ^**  ar-Kiiskan-  3|ii^y^:a:4i^Wf.be������!.  ij*^qL*i*^i^ci^-where'  done ^preyittiisly  ht ybehigvew^-x*0  ^^j^j^^^rnmejBt'; ^to,icon-  ^^aiaas'ii-giss.  "' ' "   *,������,*��������� -"-"'  ^AA$.  '"^**"'*' "*^;c^fcoirie aiy * tKe  'sjpkjHgiy|evi-4en-:  |r^pi^'^^e^Mc>  ������*^v^-^p*^*iS^4&'^S6^''**4^-^*^i-    '   --'.,;*-'  jeeewnt-^Avi^rttJ^ 'Landing and up  .^f^iE^mKor^^stSeve^years...."  ' ^Jd^ll^p^^^pdid Harrv Hughes  tet^ep^^^aabpe the 1921 fishing.  .*:.' :i'';-:Kr *^L^������J*Si^^^*������*-*wh;ohas; ���������-work--  ingfor the Bachmantie outfit, returned to Calgary on Thirt^diiy^.last:        '  Z ^Phe* pro'yjncial > engineer  has; been  busy^-hespast. week;; |t*king oufe  the  rl  $&-%&  ::0^^^^k^^^^������^ -catching  :Sh^liiS^^^tf..-* --;;":^ Z- :-yp?  rppMr^4MB0^S^:-iiS^M^r!.pLj- '.? .-'    '  'J-   -ZJ '*  ���������-^geryqt. tJrwjK is nrmiy convin-  |������iiiilMi#'; ;*^hiie \m the  I*SKSiSJ^Spi*.*&,*!������^14;* '!������tL. L ������������������ ir.XL '-���������] "���������" " '���������   ^^tittf������P0^ *^d  the slumber  road west the Da^isx ranch to connect  ������������������Mlhthe Sirdar^-oaid.    '      . .--.*  * About 26 people' -from . here't^k in  the dance at -Cre-stoni on * ^if^d^ and;  everyone heartily agrees jt^^iy^iVBas  thev be'st dance ever.'���������'j^fld.^n* ~Girest6ii.  Their fondness forgoud music is shown  in;; the ��������� f act 1 ��������� that Vail 'the Wyni^el,  crowd, were;' on   t*he" fltWp*^fo������^;*py���������flry;  i\*-iniAv4x"        -.-��������� -���������       .-.   ���������������������������'-��������� -"'���������'���������-..     ���������' '.    .2?, -J        ��������� .Jr..  ;0.;J. Wigen unloaded a car of pipe  on Wednesday njos!aingv^5;be .wsisdSl.s  his; overhead irrigation" extension;  ������0t  mjhg, itself at Cur-  |tdi^t|pped frjui'i' thfe  le-boilei- only to  *KOC������i  ^Z3^^^^^^&^P:i^- tvt&e- rjxnning  :*^i^gl^f|^i^H^^^^������jl!^ilie   last  ;-L-J^^S;W:L  ������������������l&rftjt'&i&i.  ,y.* >.^."i*.V  The  United    "Farmers-^;*1bel'dtc*|t^ri*3i.  Mareh ia3rd /'postponed ; jmeetiQg.������������������jjSn*.  : We^^rday: night- of'' this:^s^k.|li^Bi*y]  ihipqi-taut items of ''bnsjn^ wep|:^lii������i  cn88^V***:'J'S^r*^^  eyer, is not yet home Hfroni^ the coast.  -.JqJlm^Biirns  Winliiw staff" spent the .week-endJii);  Nelson, returning on Tuesday.   ; ;   J I  ''H.MpJV.^, lEUidd 'ieti.-pn' -^ediieslfoy  on a^Tiort yisit to friends in Bellvue,  Alta. ���������*.' ���������-' .'-���������"    V !;v"  Mis3 Selnm Gnndeison was ao Easter visitor at Cranbrook, taking in the  hospital, balloon Monday evening.  r ������Wi J.-^Boyd-of Erickson "was a be-  tween-rtrains yisitor here  010" Monday.  ii^Little'-Miss:- Helen ^Heisie; .of Cranbrook is an ;Elt8te^ylsitor 'here with  Miss Clara Hunt.  x^;..Mrsy^H*ende.r8on.and children of  .Creston were visitors here this week,  ]|tws*fj^y*t%ji'*^unt.;. yp ''";.���������* '.,.,  rietors  of   the  McConneii  restaurant eic;tertained. jtt a  dance on  jbfc^nd-ali pingssnt refJoi-t  enjoyable, time, ���������-.  :|Mo^*fr.*^leso'S3ss..*5?lso.:bss'. beeniaway  on ajyisit^to friends in the Eastern  States, arriyed home on Satui-day.  b& wbi-fe- 4f������ce-^ ������tf  ,i������S &S *^i3^-.r'"*SS*'i.ir */'. *���������-**.'������������������-'....���������.., i^v f**.*..-*V*  |?-i!*1^I^^S;iJ^'*^ '&&&&&'���������)--'  chooh rsat b*whorue_.;in;^ -*^-" ���������  lentiful  ?'*   .:>-A-  ...���������.���������J,-������~**"*Si*jrt?'**v *.rJ5rs**'"F^^.,,,,-,,..,...-.,  mounlbain, and * now   have a  ^^p^ri-;^V*v>*-^ *-^^. ��������� ��������� ;1 .:'.^:  v*f-^fc^hd Mrs. Holder, -jwho HavelttSt  rec^tly Arrived from^tlie  arejgfufeste of Mr. and Mrs. L. Leyeque.  Mr.jaol^ler is-?! weterani of the gijeikfr  war^and^his intention is to go in for  fwitt;fkitoin|^;iin^; th%: section; iM.Z  Holder haa bad^eymus experience in  the fruit inductry Maying been iir the  game in the well-known Niagara pen-  luaujar^fch^ garden--'��������� of "^^teiio-^apd  willbe a most ;welcome addition to  theebtitmrihitv. -''������������������'��������������������������� ZZ0?  ���������  A visit from r6ad|^oj^iflfttt-iH^  wouid be most-'.i~-i$tf$'~;;*7^i6;k������id8 are  in great shape for the scrupei; or drag:  to put in condition for easy travelKieg  ���������something th,at Uiis . beenout of the  question tor &t least a. month pos^     'l  '.. ,���������  thej^i-ehl^of the first native dauf  ���������.���������;.i -  ���������~t-\0~ ~*--4tmiA...mm'-  ZZMiss fedith and Victor   Geronx  are  :y!-^fb>g''Wltlk';:f^nd8:iii:Fernie.  ZrPZP:J-r-J,    jr-v-   i /���������*,;>     .-.J*, ri?:.? ���������?.'.'���������  |Mr.* and Mrs. Dick. Smith have gone  ^Greston;-where tbey  Will-reside in  'f^ei\n^.?P::iyi-w- '^-Z-l. ^''-'^ V;":i  -��������� '  " i-5*  'A.  La rid clearing, operations ar? now1" in  .toll'���������swing in this .*^c*yon;^nd seyeral  larnieis iu-e .busy .shooting stumps,  wwhile the'. country ��������� is fu|lpf siiidke  fi-tHn-the-fires;,oT'ttreslashiagf.; V'   "    ,;  -I.A. Hw; -Riiddf reports* having -sejen  and ^ot* th'e^iSrs.t =��������� gopher of the season on Monday. ^ Th^eefetkiiay^h^vef  - ,.-.-. 'J-.-** . i -���������*., ���������-������������������������������������.     ������������������r:~~ ?f-������--J-Z?' i-S it*:'-m -. -.-.im  sssaosa very   eaz^y.. appeasanee5 tsia.  -,-'".Mr. Chu������^iH,^.^.ti^V^fe4fer' co������vert'  to the theory^that theretwillberno more  winter weather. He ^irepOrts s^itg  bobolinks on ��������� ;Me^dowyiew rsnciilast  Thur^eday;;W'.;Zi^ZZ^pZp'- ^&*y"^P...  *;������������������������������������ i:L?. "--j --^i'- ��������� . "yr"s-p" ..-'���������;'j.ypir,...  t  Mrs. F. Ash left oa Tuesday* for Nelson, where she is yisiting fri^ids for a  s^:''' ',-"���������' '-'  ���������'' ��������� "* ?P:Pj?..l-.  *���������*.*-.,  h#ye again achiev<^- vfasn������R*i *;;by.^ |being  .pftiisril^^^tfie^lirstt  the^mp������ the young ysonai-rivihg on  ���������    "*������;��������� ;��������� '��������� -'"-Ct i'J t ^l*.' -- V-..;:-:>;* '��������� <��������� "��������� ��������� V��������� *. .*. -.-.w- .- :*T-. ; ���������, - -j ���������- ' .-���������':���������'.  ^ ,%Z  ��������� ''���������������������������**; "j; ���������-*, -r..   '*..������������������-- .,    ���������^;-^-*:, "���������' - ��������������������������� -s.> ���������   -"%������������������'-���������:>���������<., ip   ���������*���������   *  The ^Ladies* Ati^iliary- *d*ince o.n.Sat>e  urday night attracted the ; usual tucnr  butiwitb Jimmy -Turhley in chagwof  the floor, and -J* N<������blejats the playei*  piano, which is again supplving music  for. the dances;v..*      ' ,  ��������������������������� ���������' " "'.;��������������������������� - - '.}%>;?-.. ���������-��������� ? \ -. ���������,*'.-   The Uni^e,d Farmers ha\e their A p-  ril''*>me^j^D^;';bii'',:^riday;' nightj,   one of  has. ".beep <>&$  ays* has i-t'Xrii'*is'  MONDAY, April 4  .   . SPISCIAX!        ;;':  1'     The Knockout Hit  features of: which will he a r-^piirt from  the delegates who wej-eZ at'Ct^hy^n'won;  Saturda^ for tKe c������V:operativ*4 assooii*  ation conference.    ,        ������������������_"���������.'������������������ I  '. Zpp-H*". i^hiiiipsV *. whjv  ''*kiili!b^i4e^ffii*a:Yew-'d<i  ������������������e*:*to.taiifl*K:: * -''"; '"w    ���������    '   } *' ': "." v* v  ������������������'Lj-y^^-'APAv :*���������%-���������'��������������������������������������������� >-.     ���������<��������� ������������������-..,"-...���������,-.  Misses  Ruby and   Vera   Lister are  .home,0'oni college ut  Calgary for the  Easter vacation at their home here.  A|l the available mep are now busy  aCfencing operations, a big push be-  itig made, t;o get-the*f fences i\p'on all  twent.y-aere tracts Tn the camp.  '���������*.���������/���������'  Rear spring weather jftevulted hem  for Easteiv Eyen mosquitoes were {������  evidence, iiecording to Mrs. Jphb Bird.  r ���������'-* *..  r   i   ���������  ���������-���������-'   A*.'  '.>���������'���������,. ''���������'*.���������  Following is >ho standing of the pupils of Lister public school for tlie  month of Mnmftr ".-*'\ ;  piyishin K:-Miss A. C.-Austed,   Prfri-  eipith   -  .--������������������<��������� ���������������������������������������������. *:���������..,.       ;.������:  Hijghpst  8t<������ndlng-~Senloi-   Fourth  ���������Frank Alexander, Bessie Plimpton.,  Junior   Fourth���������Miirielle   Millington.  l*^St������ssiii^#W6^it^  ite*&X^^^te**t^r~?L^  ^Laftdi^^s^-tRe ej^^^j^go^kf  is afe-dh*^oetpbn^*^fii^a^^^^ an  other lhre*rmonths;" ^* * -:Z'~-    Z"  ''  Johrir^  Ea,s^errw*ek-eQd, -left rou-iMiii^d^-ftBi?  bw return to Bhchbank., r v ; l -r.lf '"  '?���������;.?'"J *'.i't .������������������.*-.*.'.;! ���������iU*."^.*5V*.;,-.,,*:,.,f-*'.y _i ���������'.,.:-. -,  , t vThe^Eatsiteii j- Mondays aprori* sale and  afternoon tie i,; along with the dance Jit  night,'������ netted, the "United:, Farmers  piapo'fund ^lO^and>*yas jiwt-aslbig.a  supcess socially. ,Tiie ������ music1 for the  dance was by theSherwood orchestra.  ' Joe Stinson t)f Brickson has* the con-  ksiiigi^liife Service ^Hl %il*i^0ii*i\^  -i.txi*.iu-tm..-s!-i,L  -w^ -J..i*xZ������l,: -^;: L^^i**PKO!nk Putnam!a 14 acres at the cor-,  Ifcev. ^"3Z B;':Mah^^^^*k6-:hisi final.  Chiirch%f "Eh^iandv service ,here on;  Shttdayniglftr whi������n; - $e^ Hai4' the best,  tin-Wpiit seeBif at, Sirtlav*^br.years^and  ���������with"-; the: ��������� sch<tolhoiise a pprbpriately  ; decorateHd' arid'  go<������i* tongr-egatip^al  A story of a Ketntncky mountain feud and moonHhin-  shiners. ;  We guarantee this pictui'e to  , be as ftill of pep as the  moonshme   they ���������  made.   >  1 It's a thHUer t       , :   ,..  in*..       ..;,. i'- * .���������''���������f     ., ,,������.'..*'���������  NO Ad������8ncB In PrlCBs.  MlWiiberedi *��������� He was tendei-eda send'  Offeieceptlon i������t Oreston ort:7Mohda|y  nighti Mr. and Mrs^.Xwasby being the  Sirdar repi-esentatiyes at the fuiictioni  P.3.V   Atm-'mm-     '.Z������*, Zysl i ^d bring them biicU to  Dm*- Creek  Binest: Stevens.    Jenny    Chalmei-n. ' . ��������� ..ik "���������M|���������nA .,;���������������,'.;-  Seplor-Thifd^porls Millington; Pra,.- .V!" th^ ������V������,,!ind Vm"-        *  eei Malthouse, Clira Frampton. Stfttond  Reader���������-Dorothy Weston,' Alex. Mjt-  chell, John Malthouse. ' ;,,-*  .Pei-foct -Attendance���������Cora -Frump*  um, Alex. Mitchell. John Malthouse.  Frances Ma'lthouso,'Dorothy' tVest������������ii.  Division IL���������MIbs Edna S.   BoiiheB/  ,   Teachoi-.  Highest SUndlng: First Reader--  Peiet-McKay, George Ohudley, A  plaas-LFred Weston, Cliarllo Malthouse, Jadtt Bli-d. 'a, B. Claea���������Doreen  Butler,.George Frampton, Fred Y<~\-  bury. C tOlass���������AlhurJ, Wesfon, Lnoy  l������ye,"Maigaiet Ctialmi������f.'.";'%,  Pei-feBct'Attend'anoe���������Margaret tlhal-e  mers, Chai-He Mitlthouae. Agnes Sinclair, Albert Wesf.on.Fied Waslon  ���������..:..*.      :.,:"*?������������������  ...-       '  ..  ---p-r'      *.'��������� ���������**'       '  .  ,-  j, J. -.Grady loaded out, a car of posts  for prairie-points oh ..Friday, p-  ** * * . ,,^.        - , ��������� fi . ?. l  Mr. and'Mrs. Hooke and family ar*  rived'fi'om Spokane* on Friday, and  are spending a short holiday with the  latter's pairnts, Mr. and Mrs.   Grady.  Sunday afternoon, ^fcpril tfrd, Rev,  J. A. James- will have a baptisimul  Bei-yice tit the scihoolhonse,: The afruVbfi*  worship Wili4ak������ the' foi-tn- t.t a chil^  dren's servlue us well.      \ '���������   ;  H. A. Bathie, jr.,' left on Saturday  iof Cranbrook, where he will look .over a team of  horse's for   K. C. Eakin,  Sam O'Neif, with his wife and famr  ily; atTtv^i^few -days Vfep . ^<>m irpH'  land,1 and "Wi" *oe, employed., on the  Compton ranch-this season. Heisa  son-iii-l&y? of John Marshall on.the  ^^t^-5?odd place.P\y.?:* :Z::;'^'-ZPt?2-  ���������'jot Zti-fi ^-^BBelu^^nc^lin^  fe^Jv-S-el!?-,  '|!p^g^?5^*oinjR:a ZZtqa!/*  (Smi-^pi^iAf^pq^ ZZ !5^a^Wuata|^'*in>*n%f^U^'Cleai--  >���������*.'>-������������������������. .U ;/;*** **. i ' *r* 2   !i-LLiJiLYi> i:;r~-*.~ --'.ii'*. "���������'���������. I'S-pi  .-'���������' ���������.������������������".-*.-' ;*.*���������' ^.-Jx" ���������l*>*t;*0'-  * '...   > t...*-.j*--.-. ������..'^~5 ���������������������������:.���������.*���������'..  :'"'.T������*ifun:.--'Wrki^':i������h#if..*������������>������ar;VW,r������������m .;'  j;' ^V; :Al M-cMur^rie has jus^; complet-  pd.thecenjo^aiof 'a��������� iM^ihftvBhed on  fctV^his'-sanch -adjoining* tbe;yN-drsis  &,#ood;piacei.'' *:    *"��������� ' '*',. '_..< ���������-������������������,' c '' ;'.  ~ r ^ictOT/GTrund^issp^  er hplidays with tis mother-at ^irdar.  ' Leslie "MicMurtrie lef^Snlfto^aysfe  Cranbrook, aih^. tfie.ciirrent report is  that fie is to .'^���������tinawi^'.jbi^r^'^^  ing from his Httle jaunt eastWSErdt  * ,,v -  vm Attention!  The Creston,District CdMS^rv-  ati Ve    Association    will  hold an ordinary Oene^l  Meeting at Mallandaine's  Hall, on  ���������* ���������  '  Thursday, April '7  ;. at EIG^T p.m. ���������/'������������������.���������  ������������������' -'* o.;'A; mz young, :-  Secy.:Treas.  rithe.! Which .will be plan ted to pdtatt >es  'ititfryemr:     ' '' ���������"p~zZl.''".':",   '   '"*':.  t__     ������* '-  i *i,-.      * '- Z - -    '���������  , .There are just ubout enough,logs in  ihe yard to keep the sawmill goitfg  this week, when operations wjll tieasd  for at least the spring and suminei-.  ' **'������������������'      * '    *���������'        '������������������ . ,*     '..    ���������������*���������'���������  :        , .    -      -  Wynndel, Creston, JSricuson and  Lister locals of. the United .Faritiers  sent a total of utmost twenty delegates  i,o the conference - here on * Saturday  wh-wi the matter of starting a.co-iiper-  ative sellibg;nssoclation was discussed  and by'a vote of 20 to T it was decided  to liimich sncli an und-ji-taking, with  headquarters at, Erickson. A ineeting  will be held at that p<iint onl-hw 13th,  when the matter will be finally disposed of.      ;,    '.',.   ��������� ',"'!'���������-.'  : W. Searle is the first to commence  ploughing operations.* being busy in  that line on Tuesday. Despite all the;  snow und rain he finds none tot) much  dampness even at depth   of 18 inches.  , ,Pcndihg the adoption of the government's policy of giving a 25 per cent,  rebtite, un stumping powder, land clear  ing operations are held up In thisisipc-  tloii.  '   '","'     ���������'   '- '' "   '/'  Mi-h. Barnhardt of Glenlily was an  Etislci visitor "with her parents, Mr.  Mrs. F. Knott.  Birth���������To .Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Meinnis, a son, on Match 25th.   ' ���������'  Lost Sunday was missionary'day at  Kaslo Methodistchurcb, Uud^e Wee-  TSyans of that town, ewime ��������� iihirough  with a collection of, $100. ,     , "?t  .Fruitgrowers and business men are  being can vassetV for 830.000. wheve-  -with to erect a big, |.wo stoi^ fitjii^  proof warehouse, which^tio C^Dper-  atiye GroWers agiw lo i^eiit ������t a price  .tliat will net the sjhuit-oholdej*s in the  building tn it less fh������n 10 per^enu per  HIUIIIIII.  We,;ihe undersigned^ do  hereby agree to close our  stores eaeii and** every  Wednesday commencing  from APRIL 6 to NOVEMBER 30th, 1021, at 1  p.ra., 'town Time.  * *  P^'Burns & Company, Ltd,  Creston Mercantile Co. Ltd.  Mawson Brothers.  A. B. Manuel.  "S. A. Speers.  .'4i t. % , ,.'" <     '*  Signed this 7th day March,  .1021, in the. presence of  ... Vi. Mawaon.  ���������p-: The Man Who Works Hard  ftraH hlkwThb Adfiee  \  Perseverance and will power ho  should have, but whether he has  strength and vigor is another question Hard working men often have  headaches and suffer from bilious  fits. The occasional use of Dr.^Hani-  ikon's Pills keeps a man feeling fit  ���������and fine, keeps him always at his  best. Headaches, indigestion,, poor"  ���������color are quickly remedied by Dr.  Hamilton's Pills. Dr. Hamilton's  Pills Iceep thc system clean and pure,  ione up tlie blood, drive -away tiredness and lassitude. No medicine for  men is better than Dr. Hamilton's  Pills, 25e all dealers or The Catarrho-  aone,   Co.,  Montr-sal.  f  I  illow-  JL Si, -r&     WW kt&M������  av  ARCHIE P. McKISHNIE  jj Printed   by    Special   Arrsmge-  mentg  with  Thos.  Amcjs, ���������*."  Toronto, Ont  4������  (Continued)  "Straight on to my room, Pop,s?  whispered Dorkin. "Now,," he said,  after Timberley had been placed on  the bed, "you go on back to the lake,  Pop, and heljS the boys bring in the  prisoners, I've got to do what 1  can for this wounded man."  "Humpl" snorted ^tiie settler, and  strode from the, room.  Dorkin bent above the unconscious  Timberley and sought for his hurt. |  He fotind thai the bullet had grazed  the skull, inflicting a nasty scalp-  wound. y It relieved him to find it  no worse. He washed and bandaged  the wound, then he - poured a tea-  spoonful of brandy down the man's  throat.   ���������  Slowly, Timberley came back to  consciousness and opened    his    eyes  Danny Farney. The boy's face was  drawn and troubled. "Dorkin," he  cried, "I've just found a wounded  man in the woods. It's Timberley."  Dorkin grasped him by the -wrist.  "Timberley is in there, Danny," he explained, motioning towards the cabin.  Danny gazed, spell-bound. "He  is?" he gasped. "Well, whp, then, is,  thc other man, Dorkin?"   " *  "One of Dahon's trappers, no:  doubt,", answered Dorkin. ."How  ,was he dressed, Danny?" '  i "That's the funny part of it," frowned the lad. "Hc was dressed like  Timberley allers dressed. Tweed  clothes an' wide felt hat. Maybe  you best'come down thar an' see him  fer yourself. He's jest 'bout gone."  Dorkin nodded and followed Danny  'down the trail. In the open glade  of the fofest, they came to the wounded man. Dorkin stepped forward and  glanced down at the greying face.  "Savage!" he * muttered. Then,  turning to the boy, he said, "Please  leave me alone with him, Danny."  The lad, glad to get away, plunged  back #o the trail.  The dying pian opened his eyes.  "Savage,"     said     Dorkin     sternly,  "what's the meaning of this?   . Why  are" you dressed   in    those    clothes?  Whom are you impersonating?"  The wounded man smiled. "Timberley," he answered faintly.  "And why in ths name of God?"  Dorkin cried.       ~ v  "Ask him."  Dorkin turned.     Behind" him stood  Mr. Dayton.   "He was shaking like a  leaf.     His eyes were dull and staring.  "That man knows,"1 gasped Savage.  "He paid me to do it."  Dorkin. twisted about on .uayton.  "You hear what h*e said?" he cried in  amazement. "NoSv, what have you  to say?"  N������ The old man trembled- and tried to  speak.     At last he managed to atricu-  iate, "Yes, he speaks the truth.      2  paid him to do it."  "Why?"  "Because I was. afraid of Timber-  ley," shuddered the miserable banker.  "He. was a lawyer," and clever. My  niece loved him. I had speculated  with her money. I was afraid, if he  married her, he would learn this", and  that she would despise and hate me.  By lies, I induced her to break her engagement with him. He followed  us up here. I knew she still believed  ~n him���������I sMv. a chance to make him  is the complaint of many a woman  lithe%UBe3#>lci, ������ftce or factory^  j^tersuffering*  pain, feeling  nervous, dizzy,  V|eak   and  Meckel V-9m~~gQ ms -%-&&������&-%  x^..j*.,Z^jtA   ������-.���������.  m- m - x-tXrX-    0Xt*  in Bill io v- Ffcecfiied  They feH wonderinglVon'Dorkin,'and'ipp.e,?,ri.a  vil!?i5   'm AeZ  Wes-       Ohi  3 his white, lips. ?������d.U������,h* Wailed'  by weaknesses  ������f her sex������������������  with ������yes  Etmken, black,  circles and  pale cheeks-'  such a woman  is quickly-restored to  health by. the  Favorite Pre������  ecrtption of Dr. Pierce. Change^  too, in looks, for after taking Dr.  Pierce's Favorite Prescription the  skin becomes el ear, the eyes  brighter, the cheeks plump. It I������  purely vegetable ai?<f contains ao  alcohol.  Druggists sell it 2a .-tablets, ������s5  liquid, or een<S Doctor Pierce, at  Invalids^Hotel in Buffalo, N. Y���������  10 cents for trial package.  Babbie, ������staki������.��������������� 2 ^sa suffering  from ������ run-down system some ~ivao  ago,' was unfit to perform my daily  duties, and was advised to try Itoctor  Pierce's Favorite Prescription, rtried  it, took two bottles, aud tyss ?*p*stored  to my natural strength. * I cannot  praise Doctor Pierce's- medicines too  highly, and will be willing to write to  anyone sending a stamped envelope."  ���������Mrs. A. H. Bishop. B. P. Wo. t.  ;.K. "���������' :;���������*        . By Drayton,     ^-r ;*r v  ^Prervision fof nickel coinage*-in -Canada is made in a proposed resolution  of which notice has been givjeh by Sir  Henry Drayton, minister of finance.  ,.   Thc ' proposed   amendment to the  G&Ked-dow    Currency Act provides   "that   nickel  - - * coins struck by the authority of the  crown,' for circulation in Canada, of  5 cents denomination, ol the - standard weight of 70 grains; of the  standard fineness ������1! pure' nickel,  with proper remedy allowance, shall  be equal to and pass current -for the  said sum in the currency of Canada."  Z The amendment also_ provides that  such coins shall be" legal tender for  payment of. an amountS.not exceeding $ 10.  The usual provisions are made for  cutting of breaking defaced coins of  this currency.       ���������" v     :_.  --���������������������������     rr ���������  -Influenza Baffles Search  w  ASTORIA  !Z-    For Infants and Children  8n Use ForOverS������ Y^ars  Always fcsars  :,. -the:.'  Signature  ������������������-��������� Prairie Grain Elevators  Upwards   of   110*000,000   Bushels -of  Wheat Caa. B-e Stored at One  Time.     j  The number of grain elevators in  Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta  is no less than 3,600, according to the.  Hon. George Langley,    Minister   of-  Municipal Affairs' for  Saskatchewan.  These elevators are on the average  from 40 to 60 feet in���������height/and capable of storing from 20,000 to 30,000  bushels apiece. *   This means that up  wards of nO.000,000 bushels of ..Western Canada's wheat crop can be stored at onc time. The elevators are all  licensed by, and are under the supervision of. vthe Board ef G/aia Commissioners of Canada.  a smile crossed  "Everything payfe>-..sometimes," he  whispered, and closed his eyes again.  From the window Dorkin saw his  men returning with the prisoners.  Gl-ancing down to see that the wounded man was comfortable, he went out  Jo meet ihejrv'  Timberley lay very still, and the  white-faced {girl, who crept silently  Into the roorh,-thought him dead, and  fell on her knees beside him, with a  low  cry.  He,tur'ned his head slowly, and his  eyes opened wide with wonder.  "Edna,** he  whispered.  "Oh, Tom, Tom, my beloved," she  sobbed. "You're not dead?* Oh  thank God!"  She lifted his nerveless hand and  crushed it to her lips. "Tom," she  crie*d. "1 love you in spite of all your  wickedness, and 1 can't live without  you."  "That's good newfi, Edna,'? he sighed���������"wonderful news���������perhaps I  have died or am dreaming���������Edna," he  whispered, "if you are really there,  put your face down close against mine  ���������Ah, God, then you" arc real���������real,  and I am not dreaming, And���������and  you  do" love me?"  H-* was holding-'her 3iead between  his shaking hands, folloviing that long  kiss, and feasting his eyes on her glad  face antl golden hair, ,  "Tn spit*:- of everything, I love you,  Ton*.," she told him joyfully, She  ben? lower and kissed him agairy, then  drew up as a step sounded outside tho  door.  Dorkin ������mf hastily in, hesitating,  with a word of apology, as he found  Edna there, J^S?''"  There, was a world of pity in \htir  tytis, turned upon her, and not the  slightest note of anger or resentment  In his toners as he bent above** the  wourwVd "nan, and asked, "Better,  Timberley?"  "Why, why did I  do it?"  In spite ^of the wrong he had done,  "Dorkin felt sorry for the poor, miserable wretch, grovelling before him.  Savage spoke. "Oh, he'll pay.  He's payin' now. Everythin' pays  sometime or other. I'm payin3. This  isn't the first crooked deal I've helped  him out ifc," he panted. "Ask him  about a minin' deal 1 did *3iis dirty  work on", a pulpwood deal, we'd planned to work together. You see"���������  he explained���������"it was a temptation fer  him. I was right here an' so was���������  Timberley. A good sport, Timber-  ley, big an' clean���������he-was your friend,  toq, an' had come to try an' warn you,  this mornin'���������we learned that from  his Injun guide, Musko, but we knowr  ed we could beat him here���������an* did.  I could have shot bim, as I was get-  *:-' away, but���������why should  I?���������  He  was just comin' out of the woods  when your men fired,-ah* he got the  bullet intended for me��������� Well, I  hope he hasn't had to pay���������"  "No," said Dorkin, almdst tenderly,  "hc is about to be paid, in full, for  the part be has played, Savage."  The dying man sighed. "Old Abe  Dalton got his," he chuckled; "1 saw  that. Darbo, the half-breed, gof him  1 saw Dalton whip Darb6 one night,  when I was playin' tlie part- of Timberley, for the first time. Darbo  said he'd do it. Dalton was bad  medicine���������tried to double-cross me",  he did���������poisoned your silver grey fox,  just because hc thought I was aftei  her���������oh .well���������I wonder who it was  got mcr  Dorkin knelt beside the dying man  antr" asked, "Angthing 1 can do, Sav-  "1 will, oh, yes, I will."  The old man turned eagerly away  and tottered up the trail.  Dorlrin gased after him pityingly.  It was not an easy task, that which  the old man had fo perform, he  thought, and still, iqr the confessor  there would be something we!! worth  the winning, ���������hope���������satisfaction and  peace of mind, at least. And love,  such love as Edna and Timberley had  been given, was kind. He sighed,  as Timberley's words occurred to him.  "Everything pays, sometime." Surely that old man, who had sinned, had  paid and was paying. But this world,  his world, which uncovers the soul of  the transgressor before his eyes and  forces him to look upon it, was^quick  to pity"and strong to cure withoiit  leaving a scar.  (TQo be continued)  British Health Minister Says Cause is  Still Unsolved.  In the report issued by the British  Ministry of Health on the epidemic  of influenza of 1918-19, It is stated  that the cause of thc disease is a Problem "stii! unsolved." It is described  as the "first intensive -study of the  great and devastating scourge that  swept Europe and Asia and, during  the 6pace of a few months, claimed a  larger number of victims than fell  during the whole of. the European  war." It is stated that the immediate  outlook is not such as to inspire confidence. " Other diseases have been  brought ttnder control; influenza still  eludes us, the Health Minister admits.  T  *T*S������ rt  A pine tree in New Zealand 3s  estimated by scientists to. ~\~ thirteen  hundred years old.  Mont. Carlo Has One.  x-vil authorities of Victoria,  BC, have decided to build a large  Casino on tbe grounds at the rear of  the Empress Hotel, and are formulat-  xtfttrf    enAt������<iTA    ������**lt*\*    *.*���������*    \m.****r*tmt ��������������� a     ���������I****     j*\*\*-maJm  *J������{������     ������������\*������������V������*     ^4MJ10      hmP     **M*~M <-atX*iO%~      tllli     ������.11T   ������1  attractions as a tourist resort.  1  Qaick Relief  .lor Headache  A h*m������&-l-~ is ffrea������������ntiy caseed I  by badly digested Iced; the gaaet-  *ad ackSareaultinstherefrom Are  absorbed by tbe blood -wrb&b ������  Inns irritates tbe Berve* and  -s~ss-~ pm-s-fui -symptom* called  bfeae-fstdsee Beuralgfs, s-fceussa-  tit m, etc 15 to 30 drop* jf  Hetber Se!jjeFs Syrap wilS conrect  lenity dSgestiea asjd afford ffelsef.  When, yon 'eat let-it he the best  Korthem Grown Seed  of  /������������������  The filming eyes opened, and a  faint smile camel to the ashin lips.  "Yes," he said, with a supreme" effort, "you can tell Timberley I'm  sorry. .1 sure did put him in bad  with you-���������an' thc gal who loved him.  Merchants   Realizing   the   Value  Seed   Matured; in--Northern  Latitudes.  >Canada is coming to the front as a  source of "northern-grown" seed supply for the North American continent.  Even English arid French seed merchants, as well .a8 American, are realizing \he value of seed matured in  northern latitudes, consequently areje-  turning' to Canada for supplies. Canadian registered seed grain, in particular, is in demand in the United States  by virtue o| its general superiority in  quality and viability. Increased yields  are usually the result, where it Is  used in more southerly latitudes.'     -sSgte*  At important seed exhibitions, Canadian registered seed grain has more  than held its own with world competition. For instance: At the Chicago  International Show, 1920, fifty-four  pmes were awarded Canadian registered seed, in-addition* to securing  special premiums for the best wheat  and the best oats at the show.Z  WAGSTAFFE'S  Pure Sfrswfieoifte  Pure Jasp&eny Jans  ������ Matfe-ft-ona  FfmB-8; Qfi-aeJ ������ran������8eit**e*ia Sesa^ay  BolDeM) witW earn in eSBver psuno  ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT  aris  fO  Cake  Wasted  i'n 2, *S_ 10_  and  20-lbr tins  "Thanks,  yes,  I���������,   cfln't  b^gin   to   I'm just his size an' build, an' 1  got  tfll you how rfiudi better," answered  Timofrley, his tyrs flowing up ~ff. the  radiant face of the girl,  Dorkin turned -abruptly ;������way. "Yott  must look upon tliir, plncr as your  own until you nr*? all ritfht -again,"  he lold him. "I'm glad," hc added,  hesitatingly, tin hr turned to leave,^"it  waa  not  sfnon-4."  Just    outside   the   cabin    he;   met  mmm  hold of clothes like his���������I advertised  him all through your Preserve���������stole  his card-case when lie waa 'buibm*���������  dropped card an' case where you  could find 'cm��������� Well, you-can do  that, you can just tell him I'm sorry.  That's onc thing��������� Other is, you can  iak-������ my hand an' hold it tar a minute.  You're big, an' square���������an' human.  Wished to Gawd���������I had known it���������  Aouiuu-.     That's all."       *  A quiver ran through the hand  which Dorkin held. lie placed it  gently across the other, on the dead  man's breast, and ������rood up,  Dayton was standing, white-faced  and trembling, looking down on thc  victim of hlsi ������in, Dorkin touched  his arm.  "Mr Dayton,'* h*- ftr-id, "1 don't  tnvy yon your fetlingH, Vou must  know tl*������* Enormity of thf* wrong you  huvn committed. What I wi������h to  tell you now is it)imply thift, No one,  except our two Striven, knows that you  are responsible for thU terrible deception. I ������m willing to ttr.rp your b������-  cret. Jiot"~**as tile old man r������!a<-h*d  out a trembling bund towards him���������  *>ott -must go tip to ������he cabin and ������el)  Ti������i*b<->i!<-y and your mece that yon ������re  r������*pon������lbl������ for their first estrange-  4 ment,     Will you do Hi"  Saskatchewan Leads Canada in Autos  With seventy-five automobiles to  every onc thousand of her population,  Saskatchewan in this respect leads all  Canada. Thc cars per thousand of  population of other provinces arc: Alberta, 58; Manitoba, 55; Ontario, 49;  British Columbia, 27; New Brunswick, 22\ Nova Scotia, 19; Quebec, 15;  and Prince Edward Island, 15.  Gives a wonderfully fresh flavor to every kind  ofcake, pic and pudding���������the last moruel is  as moist and digestible as the first. Itdoee  lower the cost of baking.   ' '  By far the most popular table eyrup,fof  cooking, baking and candy-making.   ,  ^   ' TOE ^NADA ������TARCH CO., LIMITED, MONTRIAIj .  Crown Brand Syrup  dbe Great Sweetener" ~t  ASPIRIN  mtmmmmmmmmmmtmmm  "Bayer" only is Genuine  New Air Harbors.  Four new air harbovs will be established at St, Laurent, Questac; Dcser-  onto, Ontario; Armour Heights, Ontario ; and at Virdcn, Manitoba, according, to the announcement contained In the current Issue of the Canada  Gazette. Accommodations for flyers,  gasoline, etc., nnd facilities for repairs  will be provided at each etatlon.    /  Women I Use Diamond Dyes  Dye Old Skirts, Dre8fl������s, Waists,  Coate, Stockings, Draperies.  Each package of "Diamond Dyes"  contains easy directions for ivmng  any article of wool, silk, cotton, linen,  or mixed "goods. Beware I Poor  dye strcalta, spots, iadea, and rtnna  material by giving^ It a "dyed-look."  Buy "Diamond Dyes" only. Druggist haa Color" Card  -MHWHMMMMMMMW  Keep Vbur Eyfes  MWf* Ut it** ty, Cxr* -,~- nm*** t^C^ltiulm  ���������Warning! Take no cbiinees with  .substitutes for genuine "Bayer Tablets'of Aspirin." 'Unless you see the  name "Bayer" on package or on tab-'  lets you pre not getting Aspirin nt all.  In every Bayer package are directions  lor Colds, Headache, Neuralgia,  Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache,  Lumbago and for Pain. Handy tin  boxes of twelve tablets coat few cents.  Druggists also sell larger packages.  Made    In    Canada.     Aspirin la  the  I trade  mark  (registered  in  Canada),  of Bayer Manufacture of Monoacetie-  acidester of Salicyllcacid,  mimtmmmm.i.1 i���������,i,um.,,m������������ ���������.,    m������*0m..0m4mmmmmm~  I W.   K,   V*   1361  ���������������������������Ni<S*******^-N****-e^****e>*'W^^  CORNS  . Lift Right Off  without Pain     \qjj  U\)^<<s*ewM**^'^w������������/n������n**������^^  . Maglcl Drop a Httla "Freeaone"  on an aching corn, Instantly that corn  stpps hurting/ then shortly you lift  it right off with fingers. Doesn't  hurt a bit.  Vour druggist sella a tiny bottle of  "Freeaonc" for ������ few cents, auflirient  to remove every btird corn, soft com,.  or corn between the toes, and calluses. THE-   REVIEW,     CRESTON,  I.  li *  ll  It*,  F  VZ.  From the Biary of A Hudson's  TKaw     n&������>1i>     mm.  CHASE OF A GRIZZLY BEAR���������LOVE PHILTRES.  %AjUm%*  ^.tBmTTtC.  ~-fM~i*B  mt  I  By O-GE-MAS-ES (Little Clerk),  fi=  ll C. P. SL Ffsss Representative  1  In  (Copyrighted)  a former article entitled Swan 1 right  }  -.  .J- ... ���������Wmalr . .  _   ������������������* xuwqmhkcjuM-.---:'!  .      .%    ,-r-  _____  River to York Factory 1 had described the picturesque situation of Shoal  River House at the north end of Swan  Lake, the Swan River emptying into  the south side of the lake. Here at  the mouth of the river was a" small  settlement of half-breeds and Indians.  It was the summer of 1874 and Mr.  Angus MacBeth whom I had succeeded ih charge of-the post, had  advanced some Indians rathcr-heav-  sly. These men were living at Duck  Bay on Lake Winriipcgosis and he  did not - see them before his departure, which was hurried. MacBeth had impressed on me before  leaving about the importance of collecting these debts if at ail possible,  as there-was an ugly rumor current  in H. B. C. circles that postmasters  were to be made responsible for outstanding accounts.  Being very busy getting the brigade  of eight boats off to York, and then  having other matters to attend... to, it  ���������s������*ft������ - ft-w^Hv w#������i! <>**  **������  ^"1"** wCiforc X  was able to make the trip.      There  were no available men at the post, except my cook, Murdo, and after impressing on him to be extra -careful of  the company's property   in "my   absence, 1 took my   gun   and   bedding  with some provisions and paddled over  to the mouth of Swan River.     Here I  was fortunate in st curing a very dark  Indian, known as Black Ba'tese,who  knew    the   country,   but was a little  lame, which did * not matter as there  was no particular rush.     We left my  small bark and took his double canoe,  paddled across to the east side of the  lake, cached our^noe, made tip two  small packs of bedding and provisions  and started across what was called a  summer portage, but a faint trail only  showed in places.     Late that evening  we    reached    the    shores of Winni-  pegasis and after firing a few shots to  which    there    was    no  response,  we  made a thorough   search   and   finally  found an- old canoe, which after the  gum was patched a bit, would, Ba'tese  thought, take us to the Indian camps.  It was a leaky craft and I wa3 kept  busy   between   baling   and   paddling,  - but, we made our destination all right  and found,the Indians at home. They  did not look too well pleased at my  appearance, for no doubt they thought  with    MacBeth    leaving    the    debts  might    be    forgotten. _,They    were,  however, hospitable enough, and we  were  guests  of  the  headman  whose  name   was  A-ta-pis-ka-what.      1  noticed a smile on Ba'tesc's face while  dinner  was. being  cooked,  and  in  a  hoarse   whisper  he  asked  me,  "Yc-u  like dog, you."     "Dog, what to eat  you    mean?      Good    heavens,    no!"  "Well,'' was his grinning reply, "that  is what we are going to have for dinner.      Ba'tese   was   right,   and in a  short time we received bountiful -helpings of what I must say looked like  very    tiice    meat,    and gathering up  courage   1   tasted it,  and  there  was  nothing   wrong   about   that.     Still,  there was the idea, so I simple toy-,  cd with my share.     Our host noticing that I was not enjoying my dinner spo^e to one of the girls, who  shortly entered the tepee and placed  beside us a splendid dish of ripe rasp-  ] berries, it being berry season.      But  the vessel that they were in fascinated me, and I gazed and gazed at  It. White, with Jr-ellow stripes, handle  and all, thc kind of china that is generally kept under the bed.     Ba'tese,  smiling agaiu, whispered: "It is all  for  Wretchedness  OF  Constipation  Can Be Quickly Overcome by  CARTER'S UTILE  LIVER PILLS  Pairety ������tg������  ttbie - act sure  woo gently on  lt)*t������v������i. Re  PttVeft tHllOUt"  ~*t~~, bead  riche  duo- __  mi and tftdifttttoa.   Tbe? do UMtf  faZa rta~*������aui>att ������������������ttifin*  ���������n*I1.-������#  i|Maw.|   eye****  IVet  f^lLiI  and   haa   only been used  cooking;' "hot  what' you  think," and  ���������with that my. suspicions were relieved-and I made a hearty meal, off the  berries,  After our repast with all   its   surprises I went fully into the question  of trade.     The amount due the company was some ������86, and to my surprise and delight nearly    the    whole  amount was putv up in  furs.      Bear  skins, beaver, otter, mink, fisher and  marten all figured in it as well as musquash; prime furs all evidently killed  in  th.e  spring.      The  fine  fur  aione  made two bulky little packs, so we  decided to leave the muskrats as they  were heavy, with a promise that they  would bc brought in later to the post.  They took us over to th'e mainland in  the morning and, having arranged our  packs, (mine being a good deal the  lightest) off we wenx for home.     Ba'-  tese's lameness  and  his heavy pack  now began to teii ar.d I could make  v.ry much better time.      The walking was good, "the soil being sandy,  and there was little under-brush. On  coming ovcr we had noted many bear  tracks as Bruin no doubt had gathered in for a berry feast, for bears are  proverbially fond oi berries.      In addition   to   the  raspberries  the ridges  were eovercd in places with blueberry  bushes.      I would walk   fast,    leave  Ba'tese a good distance, then slip nay  pack and  feast  oa_.  berries  until  he  caught me up.  x The i day had cloiided over and a  light drizzle commenced to fall.      I  was carrying my gunr^and had some  bullets    handy    In    a buckskin shot  pouch    in    case    of sighting any big  game. '   I  was some  distance ahead  making for a  ridge which  promised  blueberries, when 1 noted a huge bear  track going in our direction and evidently   very  fresh.       The  tracks  are  very much like a human foot, only the  heel is narrower and the claws make  deeper--,-i^de-nts.*,. ...-.Just as-I reached  the,berries and'was stooping down to  gather  a   handful,   something 'moved  right ahead of,.me, and as I crouched and. stared it  resolved itself into  .a large grizzly colored bear with its  hand quarters towards me and busy  gathering in the berries with his fore-  paws. .    He was a monster all right  arid my hair stood up with excitement.  Tugging at the strings   of   my   shot  pouch, I pulled them into a hard knot.  While I was working at them so as to  . x., " *-* .   t  slip a bull-fet in my gun, Ba'tese was  getting closer and I cautiously raised  my hand for him to stop and crouch.  He did so, but,  alas, as he stooped  down, on the top of his pack was our  copper tea kettle with two pots, and  these rattled.      Up jumped the bear  and stood facing'me.      Such a brute,  taller than  I was, and no doubt the  same one I had just tracked,     lt waa,  too late to get my bullets, so without  putting  my  gun   to my  shoulder,   I  pulled both barscls,   aiming   at    his  heart.      Snap,  snap,  thcy  went,   the  caps  evidently   damp  with  the  rami  though    I    had the nipples covered.  Thc bear wheeled and dashed off the  ridge, and I, like a madcap, threw my  gun down and ran after him.      Ba'tese    throwing . off his pack ran after mc shouting:   "Stop,   Ogemases,  stop!     Grey bear, bad bcarl"     For a  hundred yards or so I ran him fairly  even, but there was a thicket and into  this he bolted and that was thc last  we saw of him.     On walking back  to meet Ba'tese, who came up breathless, hc poured out a torrent of words  in broken  English and French, mixed with Cree, the tenor of which I  gathered  to be something like  this:  "What a mad fool you arel     Don't  you knojv if you had caught the bear  he would probably   have   killed   us  both,"    again    repeating the words,  "Bad   bear,    grey bear."     I replied  that I bad never heard of a grey bear.  "Ob," he said, "white men have another name for it, plenty on thc plains  and   in   the   mountains."     "Grizzly  bear," I suggested.     "Yes, that ia the  kind,"   and    then   I   began to feel  frightened."  (To be continued)  "BBS**  no ifuruier wor& on jauasoirs  Wav  HI  \\WByr  - v. *~mj  jl rof ������  x������a:  Present Time Not Propitious For Heavy EsrpenditBrea. ������se)  Work  Must  Wait  Until Conditions Improv-a,   , _ I  Ottawa.���������There is to be no further.     Financial stringency, X>t. Reid z~-  work on  ihe  Hudson   Bay  Rail-way 1 plied   was   the   only reason for con-  I struction work on the railway having  been held up.     It was postponed only  P. E. Trautman, who. is the Press  Representative of thc C.F.R. Western  Lines, has a wide circle of friends  throughout the west, and through his  work is well-known amongst the  newspaper fraternity.  Agricultural Professors  this year.' On this Dr. Reid was em  phatic in the House. , J. A. Campbell  <Nelson, Man.), had a resolution asking the government to resume work  on the railway. Hbn. T. A. Crerar  supported the idea, but" said the present time was not propitious for fuT-  ther heavy outlays.  Mr. Campbell declared that the  government appeared to have forgotten its promises. After spending  $23,000,000 on the road it appeared to  have been abandoned.  There were important resources in  the district traversed by thc ?oad,  and thc people of the west were demanding that it be completed. There  seemed to be interests responsible for  the government's present attitude  and those interests were not showing  their hands.  until conditions were more favorable.  Dr. Reid reminded Mr, Campbell that  when 310 miles of the line were  opefated with a bi-weekly train service , the revenue was not sufficient  to pay thes train crews wages. "If  money were available this year," said  Dr. Reid, "I would use it to extend  some railway in the, west to the  territories which have been suffering  so long, and give them relief, instead  of continuing the Hudson- Bay Railway at the present time."  Thomas Hay (Selkirk), moved in  amendment that "completion of the  Hudson. Bay line be carried oat whes  conditions permitted and that the  road be completed as soon as possible,  This carried and debate on thc reso-  iiuiiOii as amended was adjourned.  st       ���������  8������A   UaavIi-  ������13.-%.   I UVAIJT  _������������������_   ��������� ^  _"_,.*__  A������UW  Department of Agriculture Winning  , rmrtl^-X  ngeuuoi,  Insects.  T-4m~ra-~--0m**m-~-mmmA  Germany  OccuptloiB  Ottawa.���������In the discussion of the  agriculture estimates in the House in  committee of supply, Hon. Dr. Tolmie ,in defending the proposed vote  of $180,000^ an increase of $10,000  over 1920, for the enforcement of the  destructive insect and pest act, said  that the department was making remarkable headway in this regard.  J. A. Maharg (Maple Creek) exr  pressed the. view . that the salary  scale paid to technical expert^ in  the agricultural department was far  below that paid corresponding employees in other departments. File  clerks,* he maintained, in some  branches, received * more than professors of agriculture.  Seeming discrepancies between the  salaries paid certain employees were  cited by Opposition members. Orfe  of these was the case of a translator  who received $1,500 per : annum,  while a junior translator received1 to se  $1,550. p ��������� Dr. Tolmie ./explained that  this was "the result of civil service  classification clashing with a special  act providing for an  appointment  Declared   'Versailles    Treaty    Gives  Allies    No    Ground    For  Invasion.  Berlin.���������In a protest to the League  of   Nations  against  ^e  inaction  of  penalties,    the    German Government  claims that the only provisions in the  treaty affecting this question are Paragraph eighteen,.of appendix, two to  part eight, and the concluding, sections of Article 429 and Article 430.  These, it is declared, do not admit of  any fresh occupations of German soilj"  beyond the territory west of the J  Rhine and the bridgeheads.  The German Government further  contends that there has been no infringement of obligations justifying  the infliction of the economic sanctions, and . argues that the levy  against German goods is in contradiction to the -renunciation hy the  British, Italian and Belgian .Govers-  ments of Paragraph 10 of the appen- J  dix to-the treaty. |  The League of Nations is requested;  to initiate mediation proceedings and-  that the forcible measures the ���������  Allies   have   undertaken be immedi- --t  ately stopped. -  Britain Approves Harvey,  London.���������The British Government  Tl4D     iritVOf-       '*\������>-i>Mli     *-.+*,^."X* f-m* *.*������     ***     -.������% ������,     *mm\  A****'      ������, * -  V.X*      ������V* JX������*_ Ji     *������������/������/__ V# V ������U      ~,\J      %MJ-*m     O^JT"  pointment of Coi. Geo. B. M. Harvey  as United States Ambassador to Great  Britain to succeed John A. Davis, -wh$>  resigned.  Fireworks For Boston.  Boston, Mass.���������With the biggesi  shipment of Chinese fireworks recer?-  ed at this port in J many years, the  British steamship Romeo is bcrthe<3  here under special-fire precautious.  There are: 5,000 packages of fireworks  aboard.  Will Not Abdtcte.  Athens,���������King Constantine has declared there was absolutely no foundation for reports that he was considering abdicating in favor of his son  Prince George.  Trade Agreement Willi Russia  Great   Britain   Signs   Treaty   With  Russian Socialist Soviet Republic.  LondQn.���������The trade agreement under which commercial relations will  be resumed by Great Britain and Russia and which were signed here, is  essentially the same as the draft taken to Moscow by Leonid Krassin,  Soviet minister of trade and commerce, in January the most important terms of which follow:  Each party agrees to refrain from  hostile action or propaganda outside its borders against the other's  insinuations or giving assistance or  encouragement to any propaganda  outside its own borders. The Soviet  Government particularly agrees to  refrain from any* encouragement of  Asiastic peoples to action against  British interests, especially in Asia J  Minor, Persia, Afghanistan and India. /  British subjects in Russia and  Russian^ in Great Britain will be  permitted., to return to their homes  if they so desire. ,  Each agrees not to impose any  form of blockade against the other  or any discrimination again-st trade  not imposed on other foreign countries.      , j  Ships iu each other's harbors shall  receive the treatment usually accorded foreign merchant ships by  commercial nations.  Tax On German Goods.  ���������London.���������The House of Commons,  with the consent of the government  decided that the German Reparations  Bill, providing for a levy of 50 per  cent .on the purchase price of imported German goods, shall not come into'  effect until March 31. The measure  passed its second leading in tbe  Commons.  rorestail UluSp  Chills arm  Take  tfse Bovril in your  cooking. It flavours, enriches, nourishes more.  Tho   Body-buildine   "Power   el Borrll  haa been proved by Independent acien-  tiflc experiments to be from 10 to 20  timea tbe amount of Bo.rU taken.  * When you eat let it be the Best"  _���������_ ___% ian     ca       ^mo^   ^n^^gag     tUm\     ^^ttm^^gstj^maci ^gLMm.  Pineapple Marmalade  Celebrated Bramble lelly  Ginger Marmalade  ARC    GREAT   APPETIZERS  BOILED  IN SILVER PANS  3=9  *%, hive usually contains from 15,000  to 20,000 bees.  W.   N.   U   1360  I  Eytt** IitheyTiwyltch,  Smart or Bum, U Sore.  _ JUR Lll^GrMiulBted,u������eMuj1n������  often. SftttifcRiAmifcti* Sifalpt Infant  t~t Adult. AtaU Dnwalitaand Chpttdiuuk  ff *fWw WWi ~W Plrw m4H^ W W^���������������'w   wxmmwm ^^W WWW^T ^^tI ^*^****^|^^  So many  daily uses  Jn  ~~~d  20-tb.  tmrn.  I    **  jflmtm ft li aervedta tome form at every mt-CU and  kc���������ptindefinltely*ix������i^ thri^^  teveml cms ol Craem Stand mt tt time. Thuf  - they alwaya havc * supply oil hand. How  plcawd they arc to find that no ctnertenc^  calling fot cooking baking or candy-making  Jhidt them unprepared. It i������ economical  tm *t-*%ik~im atj-tci co* ijNaviBi nomraiiA  Crown Brand Syrup  I  ~~tm  A .r-r^:,-J:r.r  __S___W-________H_BB_-������_-MB^^  rLyii-���������im-r.r���������-l'*^>r-i.':-- ���������*���������**,' ��������� ���������' -'" -  * 'r. :���������������������������) ���������������*-***.  J?-P:?i?  1HJ5  CBBSTON   BEVIEW  THE C**0  >ros_<������i  N REVIEW  Issued^evei-y, Friday at Creston. B.V.  .Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance.  W3.00 to U.S. pbhits.  - .. ' ��������� , .  C.-P. Hayes, Editor and Owner.  ORESTON, B.C.,   FRIDAY, APR.   1  A Healthy Province  pag&nda and genera.!   policy  ducted by the Department.  cos  I ETTEBO Tfl fur OHTftO  Overlooking j Oar iOaty?  During the year which ended in  ^June last British Columbia increase  ed its population by mrre thanfour  thousand. ' There were more than  nine thousand births and less tfoah  five thousand deaths. The increase  iii the former and tlie decrease iii  the latter surpassed the favorable  relative proportion o. tlie year pre-,  yioius.���������: .-'������������������ ���������-*. ''-.--���������    ��������� ��������� *.,.>!������������������ ���������  ���������*.  - >Ehese are interesiitig and important figures and indicate   :a: healthy  Z::,.Pr6^in^^i^||������;i'8 proof that British  ^--'i^ttlm^iE^a'^^pard   of * Health has  '*:'���������''*y.P'^^P^'^i^^^P^--^'. ���������_-������������������---'.���������:���������������������������-    ���������������������������   ��������� y ���������  noWnng^to^gret'-. in the - course it  _has pttratf^;i^1ajL effort tobring the  people to a realization of* the value  of thtrhumati-a^setv; Although it'  may: not take all the credit for this  excellent showing the statics themselves provide tahgible evidence of  the efficacy of the educational pro  Painting  P  cstr-tcttrt  cImCi x  ���������"t-f  ns  Kalsornining  JAS, ADLARD  ,:- CRESTON���������  msee ar  .'*, IVBBI-iI%  Tiled in Butterfat, and from  Jufeerenlin-testsd Govs  Commencing -Aprillst will deliver  to all customers in the eveniiagf  *���������*, .... ^i* ������������������.".,    .   *V   _ .imrJSx   ���������- ~ -    ' (    Xx     l    4- ���������"        '    -'   ���������-*���������*, -������  . v7 Quarts or4$ Pints for ^1.00,  -Editor Review:       r  SIR,���������Sd pplemehting "Foot-light  ers" excellent report of theDramat-  ic Company's production of   "Tony,  the Convict,"   at   the:  Grand   on  Monday last,   might   I-call   attention to the manner  in which   audiences   invariably'   reesporid to   the  singing rf  .(3rbd    Save   the   King  Anyone who imagines!   that Crest  on people are not* patriotic   would'  -do- well to   forget -it, at the rsame  time the fact 'that   our-   audiences  fail to stand to attention  while the  king is being sung is to be regretted, and-gives the wrong impression.*  As matters stand it would, appear  that about fifty per   cent of.   those  who attend the  theatre as soon as  they hear   the   first   chord of   the  national anthem   make; ia rush for  the door.    Possibly they inay whisper on the way '-Them's*my   senti  meiits" but this hardly fills tlie bill,  especially   when   so.many    school  children are in attendanue.       Why  not everyone stand at attention nn -  til the orchestra   stops    playing or  the singing is ended? ,  There is al-  jjvas's plenty of  time   to reach   for  hats, put on rubbers,   and get outside before the   laet taxi   has been  e .gaged.;      ,;.    Footwghteb, Jr.  no "one responsible for its condition,  and no funds for its upkeep; no  wonder the view prevailed of an  artistic momument af imperishable  stone. Now ' that view seems to  fail, and the Creston Public Library has come forward offering to  take responsibility and provide  funds,for the-^repair of a library  memorial building if it be put up.  At the same time it should beclear-  ly understood"' that nothing has  been doner --"aad 'nothing oan ��������� be  done, until*'the*Memorial Committee-call a* public"-nieetingi and until"  all the; subscribers in the Valley  have beehconsfflted. ''A local architect has geiYe*>6usiy designed for  us an exceedingly handsome build  ing; in'part concrete biit - mostly  wood. -It. provides a-mere corner  for" the. library' as at "present* constituted;,the rest of ~the space.mav  be for other -purposes      It- provides  BUSINESS ACC  'Uf^lTS  *aic complete oaoicmg facilities proviaea at  all ������ur brsaches euable? this Bank io give  Business Accounts the care and attention they  need and deserve.  The Merchant and the Manufacturer will find  the services rendered by this Bank of the greatest assistance in conducting -their business.  .1*6  OS* CANADA  CRESTON BRANCH,  G. W. ALLEN,  I UIU I HIMII  Manager.  n     r*y-**v������fS   9-x01.X t-_-  c������   il.rikic    l*M      flic;  '   t   . ��������� J  inaciiitic guns, auu  Memorial Library Building ?  MOUNTAIN VIEW RANCH  WALTER V. JACKSON  BREAD���������The finest product of  the oven;   in either "White,  Brown, or the popular Currant Loaf. y  CAKES,   Cookies,    Doughnuts  Swiss Boll  PORK PIES fresh made every  Wednesday and Saturday.  Wedding and Christening Cakes  madp to order.  A jull line vf Chocolates and  Candies carried in stock.  Our goods have always pleased  other*; we feel sure you will  find them  satisfactory.  GIVE US A CALL  BERT NORRIS  PoRtoffice Blk. CRESTON  IEditqr Review:.      .  Sir,���������Several letters have ap  peared in your columns on the subject of the Soldiers' Memorial, and  it* seems unfortunate _������hat there  should 'be so much.' difference of  opinion. " At the public meeting  il-tat'-was caHed ������������������"'to*. consider the  memorial before Votes���������' 'ivere taken  one leading citizen . expressed the  matter ,well when he skid that  while he had his own preference for  a building he Would cheerfully fall  in with the views of a majority  whatever those views w.ere. As we  know, the majority decided in favor of a stone monument, and a  large number who vvould hft.ye pre-f  ferred a . building sacrificed their  wishes, and, fell in -with this idea.  The commictee appnnted, however, have found-great' difficulty in  the way of a stone monument.  No one wants a poor monument,  unworthy_of their town, therefore  if the majority cannot put up a  worthy irionument, surely it is not  too much to ask them what the  minority have to offer in the way  of a building. When a library is  suggested lVlr. Bevan writes as  though he and his friends could get  up a speoial memorial of their own.  Is this playing the sportsman? Is  it pulling together? No one wants  two or three memorials, but what  we do want is that all Creston Val^  ley should join in one memorial,  whatever it may be. Ciroumatan  o*s have fthanged since the public  meeting was held; then a gloomy  picture was drawn of a dereliot  building falling into dis-repair; with  a home for two brass plktes, and  whatever ine.norial of the War that  may be selected and got together.  There is nothing to hinder the Veterans or any others with imagination or interest from advising how  such a building might be made  truly memorial to those who made  the great sacrifice. In passing we  may add that*" any memorial is a:  true memorial, whei her it be statue  or column or building or mere in  8cription,   which    makes us   think-  ~tr.v~.vw*. t-Vtr. .\x rxt. ������*������!. 4* c rxr I Q I ^ O*-.  X0fa,**lX,t     '   Utt*?        *H,K)l,f������,i**JxV        ... XX, x^v^      -.**.  which reminds us of the heroic dead.  Too many marble piles to-day call  foi\the stare of curiosity; nothing  more. In conclusion, we of the li  brary board have made a-fair offer;  an offer to take up a burden- rather  thau a benefit. A poor stone monument 'wouid have no ^dignity; a  handsome memorial library would  at least have ^that, and would at  the same timodo good in and for  Creston. If .tfyat is a crime we are  cheerful criminals, and we hope  Messrs; Bnttep.fiel"! and Bevan will  ���������/) .riJv>-l      ���������  a  1  1  1  ~m  BANK BY  . * - w *_��������� -   * ��������� ���������'���������'  Regular saving will soon show a handsome balance in the depositor's account'..  It may be difficult for you. to come ta the .,  bank always when you "want to deposit.  Send in deposits by inail-^they will^e as  carefully handled as though you handed  them over the counter.  77&  THE CANADIAN BANK I  ur  *rtp=^������-^k Jt+m*.  PASD-UP CAPITAL       -        ���������        $15,000,000  RESERVE FUND -        - $15,000,000  . CRESTON BRANCH, C. G. Bennett, Manager.  I  join us:  ��������� t'  Creston: and  District Public  Library Board.  hi.  -pit-xJ v  ik-m  -*   .  .'-  jA -���������'  ���������xT-       '. -J*.   . _.   ~;..rlr - ~ t���������,t.a_   v'r-.:"  A Convincin' Cuss  Sit-  A. R. SwansoVi, who was delegate-  nt-laige at the'ltTnited I?arinert.' convention at Vancouver last, month,  made quite a favoi-ahle- inipi-PHsiein on  that gathering"ft 'one. ntiiy: judge by  newspaper,reports. The. I),i.ily Pro-  yince reporter sizes hini up in this wa'j:.  "Swanson of Creston was not after  honors, hut umtle a; great, impression  on;all,. He,is.aiibig man;' nervous, of  few words. YefHie has snoh'sincerity  that when he co#ies-tothe fi-'ont..of the  house and asks earnestly for a thing  he gets it eyei-y time,"  ,iff  When Bearcat Went Dry  VWrgyp  LIDGATE BROS.  Tire Trouble  A neglected stone bruise or bad  out invariably results  in a  blow our-, and often a ruinod  lire in the result.  Let uh ������avf* you time and moiify  by vulcjanijiing thftt tiro.  We offer you  the be������t  in  voorhmanahip and ���������applies  SERVICE GARAGE  PHONE BI  The story of "When Bearcat Wertt  Dry." which will have a special showing at the Grand on Monday night,  has an appeal fchj.ervery"red blooded  citizen, its scenes are laid ih the  Kentucky Cmnbei-liinds, where the  elements of life ai'? rugged, and where  majesty and uieagreness endure side  by Bid". ?;  "Bearcat" is the nickname given to  tha young boy, who is the hero of the  picture. He rot uuns from his* exile,  whither he hud betsi. driven by.revenue offlcers who aw seeking out illicit  stUlo. As tho hoy looks down from  the mountainside tie sees i.Ioasoti), the  Sfii-1 he loves, in another man's arnin.  <Vom that day <m there Is war ui the  knife between Bearcat and rieudorsnti  yet when the time comes fur his revenge the boy triesito saye his,eneni  ies' life in one oftithe most thrilling  ���������Hceries over depicted on the screen'.  HendevAon Ib dying from wounds he  ruceive.1 in a light -where Bearcat, too,  Is terribly wounded In trying to save  hlft life. Ah the hoy bends Ovor to  hear what he thinks are the last Words  of the man who stole the affections of  the girl he loves ,������ijnd hears hl.ni say,  "I'm' dying."   Bearcat Hays,  "I hope  ter God yor air. but afore ye dies ytu  Maybe I'm dying too���������I don't kuuw-���������but I aims ft������  goin' tor be ma riled.  last l;>ng enough iei-'-KU'ind up with yor  lirst.'  1'h������ terrible mistake wiih righted lu  the end, and Bearcat and Blossom fulfilled.,! he prophecy made on the mountain side that an miner evening:'*'When  I'y������> done somethin' worth doln,' and  whtm-ye'ro a little-bit oldw youraelf,  Blostiom. you're agoln' tor murry me,  au'we'ie goin',ter dwell ther-rtngetfHMtv  lIoiiHKH Port Halk���������Ranch   linroos  also some well matched teams. WOO to  :. 100 lb*, each.   Canyon   City l^miher  (^o., hU\��������� CroHt/on.  .   ,-   Wool n>ixed:������6cks, 45c. ��������� :_   -  Weather mixed Socks, 50e aad: 7oc.;    r  , All wool grey Socks, 75c, 90c. and 95a    * \\  Artie Socks, very heavy,, $1.10 and^l.25V  *��������� . " ' r  .   Ladies9 Hose    .  Special values in Bliick Cotton, 45>c. -r...  Special values in Brown; 50c. and B5c.  -a  ,Benman's bisle at ���������-^'.''''.-''���������^'���������.y.^-p-y  Cashmere finish, hea%j 75a  . Cashmere at 1il(),;i:i5' $lv65X '  -z^^wmzz  All sizes frem 4 to 10J in/Wc������M ^dCottp^^t;;  prices from 35c. to $1.25^very special yaljies.zl  Creston Mercantile tompany  LIMITED  DOING  5 cart  supply  or  FIXING UP  .    9  \'-  ���������:���������)-"  es  Limber  all sizes and  les.  'M-t  "*-*''     - ��������� * * ,     .   t,  bu WjvW   ul Ij    Lii In M?v  LIMITED  >,W.A  ������N  HUM Igllll^^  SmmaSSSaSSSS^Smmamm^S^^mSmmmtt^mimiamm^<������HS^^^mm^^B^i^^B^^s^gsaau^gfff^gg/gg^gff^^gKK  **V"*,������5>������S������1  ypmm  -V  .1KB  C5B������ST���������St  SKTIEW  tt     B  k mmm a  $Pfi i iSitaspf :  Men's Hal������;Soie$.,- "$i.2&- *;  Women^HalCooles^I.Op  Onaranteed fort* months.  Ale** Mirabelli  m      amamx***. t~^m.vim>.    am ,   SS-fS ������s ������*-_->������ EL.  %������**<S-*mOIi~' S -ivacu-va*  School Report  Shoemofcor.  CRESTON  Is there any  in: the  House?  t This is-,the first question that presents itself  to the'housewife it an  'unexpected Visitor drops  in for a meal., Sat why  , worry? ...  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest Quality  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  *    B6l6gnap mfhe. '  are  always  to  be had  here.   In "meats nothing  quite equals 'Shamrock  products.  PSEDyC  K**J*IM*������?  & ISO., Ltd.  Division L-G.P. Smith, principal.  Highest Standing; Entrance���������Robert Hefcherlngtos, Bphert Moore, *?.?���������-  da.Lewis,., - Fourth' Header���������Donald  Young, Iv|n Comptoto,. -Edith Crawford.     , '. , .    ������       ,   ' V  , Perfect attendance���������Evelyn Bevan.  Fred Boffey,,Bouaid Young.     - . \  ^lSnaai-bi������lL���������F.'vB.i Pearcfe," Teacher  highest Standing; :Senior Third  James Cherrington; Helen Moore,  Marguerite Benney!* 'Junior Third-^  Bay Oatway. Ted Bush and Charlie  -Cotterill equal.*  Perfect. Attendance*���������Helen Moore,'  Albert Sherwood; Alva* Quist, Lizzie  Lewis, Leslie Boffey, Ollie Christie,  James Cherrington, Irwin Dayis, Bay  Oatway:-   . ,      -   " .  Division UI.���������Miss  Irvine,  Teacher.  Highest Standing: Men ior Second-  Clarence Staples, William Manuel  -William Bush. Junior Second���������Muriel.  Oatway, Cletus Schade, Arthur Coul-  ing.' First Beader���������Dora Spratt, Clayton Muirhead.  Perfect Attendance���������William Bush,  Fred" Christie, Clarence" Doble. J&un  Henderson, Elva Taylor, Ena Christie.  Walter Nickel.  Division IV.���������E. G. McLeod. Teacher  Highest. Standing���������First Header���������  Laura������Holmes, Randall Payne, Jean  McCreath. Second Primer���������Betty  Speers, " Mary. Good win, Gwen Webster.' First Primer���������Hilda Payne.  Theltua Haydeui Beth West.  'Perfect attendance���������Earl Christie,  Evelyn Linn. Jean McCreath, Aileen  Spratt.  StyMpllS tf  V      ~x���������  Minimum  prico of  tu-st-ciass lwa~  Gcsa to $5 aa acre; second-elasft -tc  iug-acoeptable -to the majority of  the membership of the Wynndel.  Greston, ^Slddkson, Canyon and  Lister locals;- all* of which will convent? meetings,to ascertain the feelings of indiyidual saembers, after  which, Saturday's delegates will reassemble at, Erickson to proceed  with permanent organization.  ^ The-new ��������� organization will be  known as the,Erickson Co-Operative Association, and headquarters  will be at Erickson. No definite  announcement was made as to the  store; that:i^;svhether an effort will  be made to purchase the present  McLeod .retaiix-coneern, or whether  a brand new store will be opened in  premises that may at -present be  available or in; a store building to  be erected.-   ���������**,*,    .  Neither was., the price at' which  shares in the association will be sold  at fixed upon. _ ; $100 a share was  suggested, but'the general impression was'that $25 per share would  be a more attractive figure. However, between .now and the next  iueetihg au .effort wiii he made to  discuss the proposition with all who  are known jto .favor the - organization of the CQ-operativeassociation  so that at the next meeting all the  details of the project may-be'intell-  igently discussed aud disposed of.  Local and Personal  Pfatii Co-operative  Selling at Ertekson  "*���������&.-���������  confined  to amr  13.60 an acre,  Pre-emption new  v*jr������d lands only.  _ JEtecorfio -will b������ granted coverls? o-H.  -.sti. suitable for agricul-turai -piuepgseK. _.  and whieh le non-timber lm%&-������&}. Zi^-P  Partnership pre-emptions aboltabdd, -  but parties of not more than -four-may  arrange' for, adjacent7" pre-emjjtisi__  with joint residence, but each making  necessary isapravejuentsr on respective  claims.       >v ~_  --  Pre-em������>tors most occupy claims foi  five rears and make Improvements tc '  value ofUlO jsear acre, including*cl������ar-v'  tps and cultivation ot at least 5 aeraa  b������^re receiving Crown Grant.  Where pre-emptor In occupation not  less than 8-years, and has made proportionate improvements, he*may, because of ill-health, or other cause, be  granted intermediate certificate of ,1m  provement and transfer his claim.  Records without permanent real,  dence may be Issued, provided 'applicant makes improvements to extent oi  9800 per annum and records same' eatoh  year. Failure to make Improvements  or record same vlll operate"as.forfeiture.* -Title cannot be obtained'in  less than 6 years, and impro.ven.ohts  or 410.00- per- acre.' including 5 acres  t cleared and cultivated, and residence  - or at least ~ years are required, a  Pre-emptor holding Crqwn jgrant  ��������� may record another pre-emption, If he  requires land in conjunction with his  farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory .improvement* made  and residence maintained lob Crown  granted land.  Vnsurveyed areas, not exceeding' 20  ���������mS-E"; 2my������.*b? >������*������������������<>  m homealtes:  title to be obtained after fulfilling real  dentlM and improvement conditions..  For erasing and industrial purposes  areas   exceeding   fl.Q   acres   may   Ve  '*^SS!? Py I1-* Pwww or company.  niS11! f*ctory or Industrial sites on  timber land not exoeedlng   40 acres  . Inaccessible  be purchased  _-  ���������������������������         ���������- ���������- ���������        v*.������ww������**_ial|( -pw        imwihs  may be purchased; oondltfons include  p������wa*njtTof atumpoge.  Natural hay meadows  by exiatlnjg roads may I   conditional -upon ootistructlon of a road  to them. Rebate of one-half of cost of  road, not exceeding half of purchase  price, ;a maps;- , \ ���������  PRK.BMPTORS'      FR������B      QftANTO  ACT.  -i^ilS^Sa1* of ^^ -f <)* .'��������� ������nlarged to'  ��������� IStf^fftARfBW MM**, and aerv-  iS? ^'^HJsJdtajestyra:.Forces.    The  Sf *ii?ft.0***l*_*, pw-omptor may apply  Ju^ *&SSf '****, *-*0 .tho death of  .??f,P ~x*T*?B' ������������������������ forta-riy. until one  year after the conclusion of the nreseni  t^otlm * ^IvU^a ���������������& maSTK-  tti������*tvtf^2^!Pm& PT5:������������������Pt������ona ar.  due .or payable l>y soldiers on    ore"  ������nil>tlon. recorded after June M.  ""*" ��������� -?mltto������ for nye ye-ar  ac-  rwi  o������ taxes on ���������oldrerivpM-TmpTipnW,'  .J5j������������"t nn^agreementa-So��������� puVohW  ffl?-*BL'*y Jlotajieid toy WmberaJoJ  The firet likely-looking move to  establish a much talked of- co operative selling concern, which will in  due course include a modern general store, was accomplished * at CaiT-  jyon City on Saturday afternponV  when twenty-seven YaM������y citizens,  representing the five locals of tnte  Ifnited Farnafers, Aoet ; for the purpose of taking action in the matter-  The gathering was, presided over by W. G. Littlejohn, president  pf the Erickyon local, while T. R-  Mawson of Canyon was chosen as  seeretary. -��������� Practically all present  Were^of the opinion that a co-operative association of this sort was  desirable, but .several of the delegates-expressed doubt as to the desirability of taking immediane action; six months 'later .being cited  as a more likely time, from the financial standpoint, to launch the en  rterprise. However, aftet: the whole  situation'had been thoroughly dis-  cu&sed the matter was put to a vote  and; by a margin of, 20 to 7 it \yas  decided.to get on with the project,  subject, of course, to the matter be  Wanted���������Stenographei- desires position.    Enquire Review Office.  Egos Fob hatching���������Burred Rocks  $1.50 per sitting. e J.  Wness, Oreston.  ^ BuggyEor SAt-E��������� Almost new, $65  come and *we it. O. O. Ogilvie, Wvnndel. -  . Goat For Sale���������One  Goat for sale cheap, 12  P. McEav.    Lister.  Angora billy  months old.  Ford Prices  X25S5.  Taxes  pr  101N  AJlled Forpos; or-dependants, acquired  ������U������.������������UnCHAJEHg OC CROWN  3rown fiwnti to ������ub-purchasers   of  Land*, acr-Mlrlng rights from  purchasem who -failed  nurohaae, Involving for.,.%������.w, v���������  '���������JSaPijgf-Jft^HJllttoSS;ct W>WMet in  ���������������������������"-   Whero sub  nil  ttntm,   ui'  jmrohaa*-  a*.h nuwhas^ jgrici <jue an3 taxes  HMMt and^uxes  Dipll   riglnol par*  may  ers do not claim whole of  t PurohMfl price <lue ai   Ing  QMAZINCl  Act,  191.. for  -_--..������  iwevj   i������������r.  ivr    systematic  dsyeiopment ol livestock industnTm^..  r ���������gMUflnfr"������initrletg' tto~A&ntt.  'S?*1 L*___*,n������, pfrmu* i������u������diiu������i  '^������WM*g������tI; WIprltF for ee-tStT:  It M    owners.      stork-owners   mav  vide* lor ���������inwainfr',dtiitrieeB'T^d^  iir������ttir ^  iished uwmvib. aiiHTN-owners , mav  form AMO������latlana for range mannas-  mant.   !>������������������, or jmrilaily ir**., o*w������ *u*  f2lr*K!,S__:'!i ������** eravi������/S?;.M"J|  tm fen nea'fls. m  ..v$889.80.  .':ii'.':828..72'-  Touring Car...,  Runabout'...,...,..'.  Truck :r.  - with Lighting and Starting.  Tractor,, without starter, $828  Oliver: Two-Bottom |121  or 14 in.) PIo'wr  170  Oliver Double Di������c,.  185  %AJ1 thn above prieeH f.VS. b. 0������Igary.v  If you consider getting your  car overhauled���������any make-���������  or any repairs, we have m$-  obanice that Him do it, and we  guarantee the woi'k..,������������������,'.  We have several good buys  in second-hand cars. Call  and see'fhem.'.,/..,,,....,, .  ;..,  "Aisto-Shoes#* I  We figure that any automobile casing has  a right to be called a "tire"���������whether  it's good, bad or indifferent. And weagree  with the opinion that an jexceptibfl&lly''  good casing deserves a distinctive name.  Ames Holden4" Auio-Shoes**arenailes better  in performance than ordinary tires. That  has been proved to'our satisfaction? .So  we think it's a good idea to identifjr such  unusual mileage givers byan^easy-to-  remember name���������"Auto-Shoes." -  The main purpose of the name is tc help you to  *  get cheapen mileage. The guarantee behind Ames  Kolden "Auto-Shoes" insures that yoa get it. It-  k   necessitv for adjustment should ever arise you  will find that you tviil get satisfaction without  trouble or red tape. ..   ,    -    ;  They are the "principal advantages that go with  the name AmesHolden" Auto-Shoes." Drop in and  let us show'you the tires themselves.  !        x\MES HOLDEN  "AUTO-SHOES!'  Cord and Fabric Tired In a!������ Standard Stsis  l;mbrse;sOiFfP  Phone 90    :   :    CRESTGH  NEWS OF KOOTENAYS  i j  \i'A."P  '1-!'  yP*'  Creston Auto & Supply  ft. S. Hint, Pro,.  Eggs Pub. Hatching���������Rose Comb  White Wyandotte .eggs, 15 {or $1.50���������  F. W. Ash. Oreston. -  For SALE���������2 good milch cows; one  fi-esh and the ������tlT-fiF^-wiir' freshen   in-a  few days.   Pochin. Canyon-.-.    *_���������    " *n*������--i  -*���������  ."Leosiv-Ori March 21st, one Jjlack raccoon.    \ $5 reward to party s-etiirsing  same.     F. K. Smith, Creston.  Wanted���������Work horse, about 1200  lbs. also one-horsPt-wagon nr democrat,  state price,   I.F.JSelly, Qqx4, Creston.  ' Wanted���������Comfortable room and  board in Creston for, an elderly lady  for a mynth or two. Enquire Review  Office: .      ' '  The O.U.G. annual report states that  it cost the big Okanagaji r fruit selling  Hgency 9i cents a Imx to' market last  year's apple crop.   .- '-  The annual ' report of the - O.U.G.  shows that for l������21'the average price  df all apples sold was $1,08, as coinpai--  ed with 81,25 in 1010..  ��������� Fob Sale���������Household furniture, including beds, tables; chairs, bed  .lounge and stoye. with reservoir���������S.  - Sweet, vTrot ter ranch.  -4 '  Fob Sale���������A  limited .quantity of  strawberry plants. $10 per 1000;  first  come first served.   Hnygen*.   & Van  Aekeran (Canyon). ErlckHon P.O. ��������� ���������  '.' 'v \%qp4 Sal ji���������Set Ipi ngle ::dri vi rrg ;hi������h -  ess and one road cart practically 'new,  $45 takes them both, orwill sell separately.   Enquire Mawson Brothers;  It is  currentiy^j-'e^orted   that  the  scarcity of feed ni^S'idi-eady   rlpsiilted  In the denth of  over 100  head of In  dian cattle, along with several head of  horses. ' ' -  ���������        ,        > '.-"-,���������  Empire   Wall . Papers���������W.   G.  Birney, Hgent for E������tck6on, Canyon  and Lister district))." Information a^d  estimates will'cost'you nothing. Diop  a card to me at Et-ickson.  Fob sSALi$--Tenm ..'work horses,  weigh H50 each; gentle, single or  double,* Also Spray motor pump and  200 gall on tank; pumps works either  by hand or engine power. O. O.  French, Or,iston.' ���������>   ��������� - .   '.  A  teachers  trid^ijDg  institute  hits  Inst been orgnnlxod |)n connootiori wfth  -^resbyterian Sunqay school work* the  S,S. teachers meeting, every, Tnnsdav  night for, the study, of scripture and  trtethofls of teaching.  ' c:Only a few-days, romain In which tn  oi-der-th^lnstalliitloi) ofa pew tele������  phone and thus ho w time to have  your name Included In the new directory which will he Issued in levfewdoys.  At present there are almost 116 phon������'  iisersin the Valley**.  >���������'������������������ ���������'���������'���������'���������'���������'<-.������������������ '" ���������    ������ 'v.,-,,', ;  If iiny Of tho loon 1 ranchers lire In-  tcrcsted In a supply of fertiliser this  win bo JiM'd at the light price at Oard-  s|on, Alta., where thwre |s about 60  wu-sof.-It looking for a buyer*1 C.-P.H.  AgentSwHUBon can give full' inform*.  atton In this connoctlon.       i '-:p  ,:������������������������������������.!���������.    i      ,r���������        , ,  , , ,   ���������      '  '   >'.'  '"'  .'," Ihipjirtsof Ipiy Into th*H( Valley this  wlfttpr hfive bpoken all pi>������vious ro-  cnitls. Between; tho sovpnil selling  iigoncles and Individual buying it is  ojilcnalatcd that almost 100 cars of this  ~iim- of Utiim have Immt ship|>ed into  the. Vulleriy In tin* pun. five months.    '  Greenivood now has a butcher shop  operating six days a week.  Already this   winter   Rossland   basf  had a snowfall of almost ten feet.  According to the Gazette a number  of the ranchers at Grand Forks are  putting down concrete wells.  ������ r -\.       ���������    X  :   -        j '  R.   Vv Hoyt,   the -Cranbrook, eye  specialist,.,, is^ uiovifig*^ to^J^efftticfcon,  where he will set up in business;.  i-i    '--..'    'iK-  The O.U.G handled 230,000 less boxes of* apples ftotn its several Okanagan  branches in 1820 as compared with 19-  19.  Vernon is re-enacting its Curfew law  and in futui e youths of 15 years and  under must be off the city streets by  9 p.m. r  After trying the town-out for six  weeks Presbyterian Pastor -.Redman  said farewell to Greenwood on Easter  Sunday.-  To improve the play of the awk-  ards as welt as put the finishing touches oh the more experirnced players  Cranbrook golf club has hired a professional coach for this year's operations.  STRAWBERRY PLANTS  ':- 500.000 Mageon and Gold Dollar at  $6 pe-1000. . Gold Dollar is an ettseli-  entr- first-market berry. - All plants  guar������;2tesd free froni .weevil and disease. .-.Strong stock. - Play safe; ordes-  now. r Qtf AWTY FRUIT. FARMS.  Chilliwack; JB.O.-  We have a full line of the best  known Flower and Vegetable Seeds.  Any special line procured on  short notice at catalpgue  prices,  Give us your order and save  ppstage or express charges. ���������  Come and look over Pur  -selectiona  WATEF? NOTICE  . Diversion and Use  Take notice that R. J. Chambers,  whose addi-jefes ib Erickson; B&C., ^111  apply fqr a iieeqseto_ take and. use 1.3  acre fe&r of Watei; out of Camp Ruti  ;Cr&ek, ..$_lsftr^;E*l6Sv������ < ������& Association  Creek, which jQows.westerly and drains  into Go������fc Riyer-about half-mile south  of Goat Riyisi- bpidge. The water will  he diverted ffcbni the stream at a point  about 12 rods north from tbe soutb*  east corner "jibd,, about, 95 feet we^t,  and will be us-M for irrigation in connection with; ^License No. 1900 upon  the K-inddeEpC-ibed as Block i*?,of Lot  812, Map' 730c of Rodgei-s Subdivision.  This notice was posted on the groiuid  on the 21sl day of March; 1921. *A Wpy  of this notice and an application pursuant thereto, and to the W������ter'jKcfc.  1914, will be filed in the office of the  Water Recorder *t Nelson. 'iOldec-  tions to the application may be-Bled  with the said Water recorder, or with  -the Comptroller x^of Water Rights,  Parliament Buildings, Victoria, J3.C,  within fifty days after the first appearance of this notice in a local newspaper. The date of (he first publication of thib notice is Jffarch.25,1921.  R. J. CHAMBERS. Applicant.  Butterfield & Son  Wynndel  Scaling JExatn inations  Examinations' for th'e,' purpose j >t  licehsln^'flrcalers tvlll be heldt-      ���������  ,.. O'-.RR^'MliiJYjibfciiii'lV *tbi;':r;' ": i*  .    0.tlM'fi^l|*������HMlllr/W|������llir*.lA|Milt7{'  , KortS-'SaskHtoon. Lumber';0~y*m WW.  Waldo. April 0th.  Further prtr'ticnhirs can b������������ tthtjilniHl  (nm. lh*������ Ulstrict Foretitei- at Cran-  brook, RC  LAND REaiQT*Y AOT  (Sectlbn24)  * **��������� ���������i-^l^ IMII^-    ������.  Iu the matter of Lots 158 and 169 of  Lot 812. Group 1, Map 921, Kootenay District. -    <.  Proof having been filed in my office  of the loss of Certificate of Title Mo.  47871 to the above-mentioned lands in  the name of Johh_M. Butler. ?ind bearing dioe the 2lst March.1917, Thereby  pive notice of ray intention at the expiration of one cidehdar month from  the first publicntihh hereof to issue to  the said John M. Butler a freph Ocr-  tiflcate of Title iti lieu of-snch lostCei-  tiflcate: Anv person having any information with refctrence, $n' snob lost  Certificate of Title is requested to  communicate with.the undersigned.  Dated at the I<And Keglstry Qfflce,  Nelson, B.C., this 7th day of March.  A.D. 1921. *���������  s .'bPL.ir,y -:ZZ:--'i - ���������-'  ��������� ���������.���������'������*"R'.,a-BtOKBS; "  District Registrar of Titles  Date of first pnblicatinn March 11.1(181.  ���������"��������� ���������"������������������ -It-'tm" im^ii'tmimmmimawam^^^immmmmimmmtsitm   ���������������������������������������������������������������������'������������������-��������� i-���������      -*.   mf  LAND REGISTRY AOT  (Section -V.)  ������*n tmt*mtanm4ittm0ts  In the matter of Bldeltti 0 und 10 of  Lot 802, Group 1, Map 098, Kootenay District, save atid except the  North i of salt* Blodk������>_  Proof having been filed In my office  of the hiss of Cci tiflcate of Title No.  4003K, to the above-mentioned landW  In the name of John Franklin Hohc.  and: bearing date .the12nd, JuneT 1900,1  hereby give rtotloe nf niy,Intention at  the cxplmtlon of one ctol*mlu������;mfybth  front the first piihllcathrn - hweal to  iesiieto the Raid JdhnJfranblin7lt4������HV  a fijesh- CertiflcrtM. oLTilWr Jo lH������t^ .of  such 'Iwt.., Cert|Oi^toif;.i*������*hy: p*^r������������ni>  having aliy InformaMom'-/withjw^fer-  ������nco to aucli 4opt CVjfitflcite of Titlo Is  t-eqiukt>t4*d to. comnmnieatfl with tho  underslirned. D������ t -fd tit' thr Land Hvg-  IstryOlfttoNelrthn. B.O^thln������rd day  of MaiTh A.D., 1921.  R. 8. &TOKES.  District lU'gisttrti* of TltU**.  Date of nm publication Manih 11A0S������. mm  Wzzpyzzmzzzzz  VHWIVB_BRPVHHHHHB________H___BBHH___iJ_H__B_B___l_____i__B_H_^  '���������.:.���������;'.���������'"���������:  mrrf  .xjxXJaj  T>Te������TnnrhvT*r'  i������;jii. v xjpj Vy .  frRT??3TOV-;-''\'--T?.'  mm.  Stop BrviieMus QuickC  isesps srrua@������6 is  w  ������������������������  E10.& Sut'esiiig, CongMii!  Relief comes at once when you  ',breathe in the soothing vapor of Catarrhozone. Once its healing, piney  ���������essences strike the bronchial tubes,  you realize that a powerful treatment  ..is at work. Irritation can't.live in  ihe'."thr*ofat" oi a person inhaling; Ca-  tarrhozoh*. It' is so soothing, so  warming, so full of concentrated healing power that you get Jesuits at once,  Catarrhozone strengthens the weak  ihroat, stops the cough, removes that  hacking irritating necessity to clear  the throat, makes even the chronic  sufferer realize that at last he has  discovered a real friend. For coughs,  colds, catarrh and -winter ills, nothing  in the family could be hotter than the  ���������complete . dollar outfit. Small size  50c trial size 25c all dealers or the  Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.  1 rest of you intend doin'  if you have  to, ami nr .  Dorkin shook his head. "But you  ���������mustn't run into dangers Willow, the  Wisp," he admonished. 1 want yon  to promise me that yon -will go into  the cabin, and stay there till morn-  * PS  sag.  "Well, I shan't do iti"  She stamped her foot on the sward  and tossed her head angrily.  He turned away. All right, Willow," he said.     "Of course, I can't  L^S.  Willow.  The Wisp  ��������� sv ���������*  ARCHIE P. McKISHNIE  Printed   fey   Special   Arrange-  with ~ Thos. Alien,  %  Toronto, Ont.  snake   you.      But    I    would fee! so  much better if I knew you were safe,  inside.--  That's all."  She caught his. arm as he turned to  go.  "I'm right sorry, Dorkin," she choked. 'Til go in. I'll do whatever  you say."  "Thanks, Willow,' the Wisp."      w  "Then, goodrbye, and God keep yon  safe."  She reached up and drew his face  down against her own wet cheek.  .."It's your leetle pal speakin', Dorkin/' she whispered, and kissed him.  : mWS-j^m^* rm ^ mam,  "W itch your chMrensg sitina, Am '  soon ������t yon sss the slightest tree������  of a rash or sore, apply Zam-Buk,  This antiseptic ha.lm -will proieefc  -*-. sore plac������ from infection, pre**  '.en i, it from amr-s&diBg end fe������^liag  ������ot������ follows.  Careful mothers always 1tee_������  ~* Am-Buk on baa-fl for their chll**  dren's injuries���������it ends jein 6������  quickly ftjsd prevsntg say possible  Ity of festering. Best for cuts*,  burns, -scalds, tornis-sB, ringworm,  scalp cores, eczema and iestblfic  rash.   AH dealers 60c box  An Engraving  Z.crd's Prayer on Hcafd *>f Ordinary  S2+i*.*.1  Xrv-r*  mv~vrm   m .oo.  J. O. powder has on display at his  shooting gallery in Ncwburn, N.C., an  ordinary steel pin on thc head of  which is engraved the Lord's Prayer.  , The engraving '13 thc work ofC. H.  Baker ,of Spokane, Wash., and the  job required three years to complete,  according to Mr. Loader. There are  65* words, 254 letters and 19 punctuation marks on the. pin head, and each  is so perfectly formed that beneath *a  { magnifying glass they stand- out  clearly and can be read with ease.  we'll go up through the wooas. x  have a reason for not wanting our  boys to know about this."'  "All    right,    Dorkin;  I've got my  half secure, you jest lead the way. Did  e ...    v.   ���������    -   ..-. 0,94 "i. .    xt-..   -.^a  CHAPTER XXI  _^������*  To the' watchers in thc forest thc  night passed slowly.     Midnight came,  but   no    sign   of the raiders.     'The! ye say he was gone?" asked thc set  hours dragged by,>and still no dip oft tier anxiously.    '*-,'  paddle came to listening ears, to vigi-      "No, he. isn't dead���������not yet.     Can  lant    eyes,    no    shadowy shapes of! you stand a little faster pace. Pop?"  canoes stealing across the lake. "Me?     I can go as fast as you like.  Then, just as "darkness was giving   Speed up."  place to dawn, tEey! came.     Dorkin,      In a short time they reached the  standing in" a thicket] of birch, close] cabin.      They found Mr. Dayton up  b-side the trail, glimpse-d them first ' and dressed, though pale and shaky,  and gave the sharp cluck of a part- LaPeer's wife was trying her best to  ridge, the signal* agreed upon to let quiet his agitation. Edna, she. in-  'thc other know. But there was no ' formed Dorkin, in answer to his quick  other sound except, the faint click of ��������� question, was in her room, and. WH-  rifle-hammers being drawn back, and   *������"' ^���������s"  , Some men are poor because they  are honest and some, men are honest  because thcy arc rich and can afford  to be.  Itch Cured In SO Minutes.  _ Itch, Mange, and all contagious ec-&lcheo  on human or animal, cured in 30 minutes by  WoHosrd's  Sanitary  3-otion.   At Druggista.  (Continued)  "Wc will wait for them here," he  ���������said. "When they land, each of you  will remain in the position in which  he has been placed. I will demand  that they throw down"their arms and  surrender. If they refuse, and fire,  we will return their fire. But, boys,"  he adjured, "theymustn't get past  as."  "They'll not I*' came, in a growl as  from one main.  "And'remember, let them *fiye first."  ���������He glance'd about him, and motioned Danny Farney a little apart from  the others.  the low hoot of a horned owl, oblivi  ous to their presence.  The canoes came on, abreast, five  of them, with two men to a canoe.  They beached simultaneously, and the  paddlers leaped noiselessly out, and  grouped upon the shore.  Once more there sounded the cluck  of the disturbed paTtridge. The little  ' owl gave a startled hoot, and sailed  off _on% soft, silent wings.  The* raiders, grouped closely together, were, apparently, receiving  their ' final instructions from the  leader.  "You, Bill, Jake and Ben," Dalton  was saying, in guarded tones, "look  after firing the cabins when we have  _ ������ui, she  didn't know  where.  Dorkin had taken thc precaution  to cover Timberley's face with his  handkerchief. Beyond giving thc  wounded man a startled look, the  banker paid no attention. Hc seemed to be in a dazed condition,  ( To be continued)  Isnproved Milk Tgaehrnc  A yonng Belgian living in Calgary,  Alberta, clahWto havc invented a  milking machine, the actions "of which  can bs adjusted to thc various cows  being milked at the came time. A  demonstration of this machine before  a number of dairymen indicated that  ������.*&....������       ������������������.���������~���������-X. rxm.        ... r.���������\������X       M.nmrt        ���������.X       ~tr... 0tt\  WHS    utttiitxiv.it    ujjgui    yAvsvrvi   vjx    uiuva  value in thc dairy industry.  Biames Unpasteurized w'ilfc.  Thousands of men and women between the ages of 20 and 29 are dying  from tuberculosis because ol having  partaken of unpasteurized milk, according to a statement made by Prof.  Fitzgerald in a lecture to thc students  taking^ the farmers'-- course at the  University of Toronto.  m.:J.m:  _s  20 0M C!k*w������������������-' T~i^  Red Cross Figures of Fatal Accidents  In U.S. Are Alarming.  ���������Figures compiled by the Red Cross  drawn^Dorkirii and" whoever 'else>e!.*P-ro"<-7������ that in the United States, 20,-  Danny," he said���������and there was a j has  with him,  away.      You,   Speers! 000 children, under fourteen years of  'aotc in his voice, that the boy had never hearei before���������"to-night I want you  to bury all personal enmity against  Dalton, and fight toe to toe with me  and the others, for our World. Don't  shoot, unless you have to. God  ifknows, this thing -is terrible enough  to have to do, without letting passion  and bloodlust master lis,"  "Jest as you say, Dorkin," Danny  replied. "2 wasn't aimin' ter take  any chance till Sagawa comes back,  anyway."  "That's right, Danny. Now you  keep this position, and I'll place the  others, Then I'm going up to thei  ���������cabins for a moment, or so." He  reached for the lad's hand sind gripped it in his.  __ Fifteen minutes later, having stationed his men, Dorkin went up to  the cabin. He found the patient  much improved, Edna sitting beside  him. Mrs. LaPeer had given over  going to the Settlement She had  not wanted to go, in the first place,  and welcomed the excuse of having  visitors to keep her at home.  Dorkin remained a short time talking to his guests. "By the way,'" he  remarked, as hc turned to go, "if you  happen to hear shooting during thc  night, do not bo concerned.      Word  and Hanley, take this sack and get  that old silver grey and her puppies.  You other boys know what animals  you're   to  get  hold  of."  Fifteen yards away Dorkin's voice  rang out. "Up with your hands I We  have ten rifles trained on you and  we'll shoot if you move."  A sound, something like a gasp,  came from the surprised raiders.  Then Dalton's voice shouted, "It's  a bluff, men!"  But all, with the exception of himself and one other, had obeyed that  crisp command.  "Bluff, belli" growled one, his hands  high in the air. "That feller never  bluffs."  Dorkin stepped from the thicket,  with presented rifle. "Dalton," he  said quietly, "it's no use, I've got  you and your band dead to rights.  Throw down that gun."  In answer Dalton pitched his rifle  forward, firing from the hip, Thc  bullet grazed Dorkin's cheek.  Then, cutting thc lifting shadows of  the lake, there came a streak of flame,  and from a canoe, in which sat two  men, a small���������calibre rifle barked.  Dalton sank slowly down on the  rocks,  and lay still.      The  trappers  age, each, meet violent deaths. Burns,  falls, automobile and other vehicular  accidents, drowning and poisdhing  exact the heaviest toll of child life.  Forty ^cr cent, of the children who  die before reaching thcir fifth birthday are killed .accidentally, while almost 20 per cent, of the deaths claiming those between five and fourteeti  result from accidents, the compilation showed. After fourteen, accidents cause proportionately, fewer  deaths. First-aid instruction given  swimmers throughput thc country by  thc Red Cross had reduced drowning  fatalities from 10,000 to 5,000 annually, the. statement said.  CASTOR IA  For Infants and Children  Ira Us������ For Over 30 Years  Always beare  the  Signature off  lnfant9 up to a few months of age  havc no sense of taste.  Hc is a busy man who docs half as  much as hc intends to do.  has   reached us'that  a  wolf-pack  is' had stepped out from the v/oods and  -   -    - ��������� ��������� -1    themselves   up alongside of  in the region of the Preserve, and to  night wc are going to stay awake on  lhe chance of a shot." And bidding  them good-night 3nd pleasant dreams,  hc  passed out.  As. he stepped from the cabin, Willow came from th. shadows and confronted" him. !  "Dorkin," she .aid, "is Dalton an'  his m������n comin' to-night?"  "Who told you they were, Willow?"  he asked in surprise.  ,. "Nobody told me.      I know^thatV  all.     What did you do -with my rifle?"  ������he derrianded.  "1 put it away, Willow."  "Why?"  "'Because I was afraid you might  hurt somebody."  She threw back her head, and  laughed the -vM, defiant laugh he used  to hear,  "Well, why shouldn't T hurt somebody?" she asked.     "That'9 what the  D0DD's\  KIDNEY  '//'."PILLS M  ranged  Dorkin.  Do not %-������--  another -dav v.ila  Itchi ok. Bleeding, or Protruding Pit os. No  surgical CPer.  ation required   reqi  A. voice among Dalton's men cried,; Dr..���������Chanc'? Ointment.win^roHove yoojw once  -Everybody run for iti'' But be- j j&TSKM g^7^ft08������f^]&������  fore they could act on thc suggestion,, xoronto. BnSiijleTUox fr-coji you mention thi������  Dorkin's men closed in on them. "      ���������'---���������-     *��������� ���������*-���������������������������  1' a o f- r ��������� >  THE?  i-MM������i-M--MMW^**MlW^^  W    N    U,   Im-i.  Onc of them, however, a big map,  dressed in grey tweeds and wearing a  felt hat, broke through thc guard and  leaped for the forest, turning at its  edge to fire at the men who pursued  him. Thcy returned his fire just as  he: entered the protecting timber.  As the pursuers turned to rejoin  thcir comrades, a form reeled back  from the trees and sprawled on thc  open.  "V\������all, we got him, artcr all!1' cried  Pa Washburn. "DorWn," he called.  "when yc get them yeilcr-backs tied  up secure, would ye mind comin*  over here and sec if you know who  "this feller is, as we've plunked!"  The prisoners were being.securcly  bound, hand and foot.  "I'll make up my mind later just  what I'll do with you," Dorkin Informed them as he turned ^away towards Washburn,  "Man down, you say, Pop?" he  aiked as hc came up. "Too bad, bnt  not near as bad a������ I feared it might  bc.      Where is he?" ���������.?'"���������'*  "H'.-'s layin' up thar, jest owtaide'L  wood*, Dorian.     Come along an' V\t.  chnv/ ynnJ'  T..i- faint flu.h of dr.wn waa spreading in the east-pro wViy and the shadow* we re lifting from Uke and fcfreat,  as Dorkin bent ov������t ihe still form on  the ground, and turned Jt over no that  he*: could ntc th**: far/*,  "Timberkyl" he gasp**]. "Good  Cod I"  "Tirr.berleyl" tthotA th. ^ttler,  "By cripesl but it'.n a sudden end to  % t-Mfio  thal'������i j^on**  wnvnp."  "Pop," .naitl Dorkin quir-llv, "take his j  i*t*A and h-Mp me farry mm up to-.  mv <"ab'm.     No, not in that dirertion,  dealers, "or Edman������on, Bates A C3o.,JLImi  Toronto. Sample Jiox fr������o U you inoimon  paper nnd endow ao. stamp to pay postage.  Just Imagine  The dtlioouft prcBervcB jou would malit il soil could w~t~ tttmt. as wchard ol  One Ttaouwnd AcreMi ot ripe, hiMkw tmit, b Ah. pink ������1 ������oncktlo-o, picking oolj  tho cbbiccBt, UBins oothifls with-������ but pur������ cant ���������ugar, and il. in addiuon, you  bad Ot. raeitl .cimtific ������)������chla-r-f to turn It .*l���������~.otiri 5������a thiali sour Jam wouid  be Jtut about perlect?   ttiif ii tost b*w  K  to. SMITH ;& SONS, Limited  UAKK THEIR JAMS  AND  JELLIES  The*  wars *b������  first  to main  I������or*  Jam.  ta  Caaada,  aad  aro etOl  kadJni!  B. D.' Smith & Sons, Limited!V. ^ftK afcXSBT'*  Western  DUuibv������tor_  Watwa *--Tf������eBdol������������ WlPatpea. Regina and Saskatoon, SaSh.   Ponatd H. l>a������n C������.,  Calvary and Gdmonton, Alta. SSS  ^TS&     BEVIEW,     CKESTO&     BL  gam  we  Biarr  ason s  Bay Ckrk in the Seventies  .  CHASE OF A GRIZZLY BEAR���������LOVE PHILTRES.  -       ��������� ' ��������� " -    '     *'   ������������������-... ,,,. .    .  By O-GE-MAS-ES (Little CierkJ. -  (Continued).  ���������To follow up this beaVs history, it  was a bona fide grizzly all .right. )  It  had wandered in from the plains and  . was killed in a dramatic way shortly'  afterwards by an Indian named  Schni who was p.addling'in SwaA Lake  with his young wife, and had been  chasifig a loon, so had* his old flint  lock gun loaded with ball. x The day  was very hqt and. the Indian's wife  was thirsty. ^ Close to them and a  few yards in from shore was a beautiful spring of ice cold water which  iormed a deep pooi.     Taking the gun  -and a.birch bark Rogan for the wjiter,  they made for the spring, and Just  as the Indian stooped down to fill  the vessel he noted ^a reflection of a  bear in the ��������� water, aiid looking up  saw  him  standing  on  his hind  legs  s-'.rr.  across- the  pool.      The   Indian  juse  fired and the bullet went, right  through his heart. Mr: <3rizzly tumbled in the water, and he''was such  a size that they had to come for help  to the post to get him out. J .traded the skin, which was cdvered with  scars,1 and being out of season was  Only fit for cart coverings. It was  the largest hide 1 had ever seen, and  I secureeS^his claws and sent them  cast to my father.  To return to Ba'tese, we boiled our  kettle and Jiad a good dinner on the  site of tbe bear spisode. He would  - look at me curiously" ������t times and  mutter, "He *must be a little mad."  "No Ba'tese," bat my father's people  were Irish, and we let it go, ai that.  Late in the evening we reached our  canoe .arid: an hour's paddle took, us  to .Ba'tese's cabin, where his wife (a  very supcrio'r woman) kindly rigged  me out in some dry clothes-.       -.  Next morning 1 settled up with*"him  and the wind being fair, sailed home.  My sail was aw oddity, a "seamless  sack split down the centre with "a  light yard top and/bottorri, quite big  enough for my sniall and cranky craft--  in a wind.  On reaching the post 1 found a  number of women and children all  feasting in the kitchen. This was  strictly against the rules of the company, so. I turned them out and rounded on Murdb, saying, "Is this the way  you look after things in iny absence?"  His excuse was "a queer one for these  days. O-que-we-sez, an Indian widow,  by no means a fascinating person, had  bewitched him, and whatever she tald  him to do, that he had to. do. I^swore  at his folly, told him to buck, yp and  be a main'and next time the lady called to try her games, kick her off the  premises. He said he would try, in  a doubtful sort of tone, but in a few  days the same, thing occurred, and I  decided to send him to headquarters  at Fort Ellis for his own good as well  as the company's.     So, exit Murdo.  Love Philtres.  1 had a handsome moose skin jacltet  ���������  \rptx\\\\iZ*\ with citter fur, long fringes,  ' ^ond in fact the very latest thing in  savagedom, That .was getting soiled  and J determined to haye, it washed  and re-smoked, and thoroughly made  over.' Giving it to an old woman  (named Mrs. Brass) who did, my  washing, which included mocassin  making and mending, she took it carefully to pieces, and in doing so made  a discovery.     Sewed firmly    in    ihe  ,    facing of thc coat  was a small thin  ^Copyrighted)  packet of-a silver grey 'powder, and  this she^brought to n^g, with a very  shocked face, exclaiming: "Look,  Ogemasjes, what I found in your coat,"  and shaking her head said, "Some bad  girl tried torwitch you and make you.  love her J." I laughed and said, "Well,  she did not succeed, as I am quite  fancy free at present and have no  sweetheart." There was, no sequei  to this love philtre, nor did I ever,  discover who placed the powder in  the. cefat. '"-'���������:.'       </ '��������� - *"������������������;  Attempt to Poison.  There was a much' more serious attempt made-on a worthy man's life*  in the spring at this post. It was  just about sugar time and the natives  wereNapping some ash-maple trees  and occasionally briging me in a little sugar or syrup. We had a large  boat shed here, and it was customary  to build at least two York boats yearly. On the last ice arrived Mr. Angus McLeod from Manitoba House,  an experienced boat builder. He  was a very fine fellow, married, with  a nice little family, whottr-hc had left  nr*1**'  ������ 'WT-*--,   jntsw  Propose  Out of Ytikon and Northern BX  Development of Resources is Drawing Large Population Jo the  Northern Territory  ���������'-'. Hon. W. F. A. Turgeon, Attorney-  General, of Saskatchewan, wlj0 has  been appointed to the Appeal Court  in succession to Mr. -Justice Newlands.  ��������� ������������������'������������������."��������� ' ���������/'*  Plea lor Support of Militia  at home. I did not wish^to put Angus in the ordinary men's house, so  had quarters fitted up for Mm in a  small building just outside the' gates  of the postj where he was quite comfortable, and he at once got busy at  thc boats.      V  . ���������  Some little time elapsed, and in one  of my daily visits to the boathouse, I  found Angus in low spirits, and on  questioning himHfound he was being  bothered by an Indian woman of  middle age who had entered his house  on several occasions in the evening,  and would evidently have liked him to  pay her attention. ' He told her to go  out, and this she did reluctantly, mut-j  teririg to herself, and looking, Angus  said, very wicked over it. I cheered  him up^ and finally had him laughing  over the incidejjt. A day or two later we were walking down to thfe boat-  house together when a little Indian,  girl approached, handed - Angus 'a  small piece of maple sugar and then  ran off. Angus turned the sugar over  and then handed it to me, saying: "It  does not look very tempting." Just  then a starved looking Indian dog  passed us, and^l whistled and chucked  him the sugar. Like train-dogs he  never stopped to taste it, but swallowed it in a gulp and ran on towards,  the boathouse. Next morning Angus  called at my office with a very grave  face and asked me to accompany him.  We walked towards the boathouse,  and on the other side of it, just in thc  bush was our dog friend of yesterday,  laying dead, Evidently the sugar  must have contained a violent poisori  to have acted so quickly.  Angus was quite upset.' He said  he knew that squaw would have his  life and wanted mc to send him home  at "once, with the boats half fifnisjicd.  This ,of course, was 'out of the ques*  tion,^ and 1 finally decided to take  hm%}n my quarters and "have him  share my mess (though against  rules), but it was most vital that tlie  boats be ready for thc trip to York  at any cost. ��������� ���������  On searching for the. woman who  had made overtures to him, she could  not bc found, having left hurricdlyi  and wc all thought from a guilty conscience.-' lt was a happy ..day for Angus McLeod when, having finished  the boats, he left what hc called thc  heathen hole.  Wc .Must  Be  Prepared   for  Emergencies,  Says Gen.  Burstall,  ��������� Calgary ,*~"A distinct duty reposes  on those who are cnief stockholders  in this country to support the militia  as it is their interests and-their honor  which is protected by thc maintenance of such a force," declared-Lieut,-  Gen. Sir Henry Burstall, inspector-  g-eneral of Canadian forces, -'at a  luncheon given in his honor here.  "We. should take warning from  Russia," he said, "and have jttoe militia  prepared to deal with any trouble  endangering t������e existence of the  state if it became too astute for local  police, to handle."  Sir' Henry defined Bolshevism as  the rule of two .or three men, aided  by men "who have no stake in the  country." Even, an attempt at Bolshevism would warrant the existence  Ottawa.���������The form a^on of a new  province of Canada consisting of all  that portion of British Columbia  which lies to the north of the������52nd  parallel line north latitude and including the Yukon Terfftory, subject to  the approval of a majority of the electors of all the territory mentioned as  determined by a plebiscite, is being,  moved in the House of Commons by  Col. C. W. Peck, V.C. (Sfceena), and  seconded . by Dr, A. Thompson  (YukOn).--   y ' ?'     -,- ���������-  Col. Peck's resolution reads J '-.Z-Z.  "'��������� (1) "Whereas it has been the nolicy  of Canada to establish jiew provinces  as- the country develops as was done  by the creation of the provinces of  Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta; and  (2) Whereas, fhe natural resources  of Northern British    Columbia    and j ed by a plebiscite.  those of'the Yukon are of a similar  character; and     -  -  (3) Whereas, these resources are  being developed and as a result thc  population of this territory 13 rapidly  increasing; and v . '""���������.  X4) Whereas, *it is fully expected  that the census to be taken this year  will show sufficient population to  warrant the creation of another province; and  (5) Whereas the building ������of the  .Grand Trunk Pacific Railway created a natural political division:  .(6) Resolved, that a new province  be formed consisting of all that portion of /British Columbia which Hes  to the north of the 52nd parallel ol  north latitude and ine-rading tlie Yukon Territory^ subject to tbe approval  of a rnaojrhy of the electors of all  the territory mentioned as determin-  of the militia,-he declared.  \  Soviet* Appeal to U.S.  London.���������The Russian Soviet Government has app* Aled to President  Hording and thc U.S. Government to  resume trade relations with Russia,  says a wireless despatch from Moscow -  The Soviet Government proposes to  send a delegation to the U.S. to negotiate a trade agreement, the message adds.  B.C. Debt $46,610,430.  Victoria.���������-Thc total liabilities of  thc province at this date arc $46,616,-  436, according to answers made by  Hon. John Hart, minister of finance,  lo questions In the Legislature.  ������5SS  Itinerary of Railway Commissioners.  ... Regina, Sask.���������Thc complete western itinerary of the Board of Railway  Commissioners, according to jnforma-,  tion received here isJeWfollows: Vancouver, April 7, 8 and 9; Victoria,  April II; Vancouver, April 12, 1*3 and  14; Calgary, April 18 and 19* Edmonton, April 20; Saskatoon, April .21;  Regina, April 22; Brandon, April 23',  Winnipeg, April *24, 26 and 27; Fort  Frances, April 28.  W.   N.   V,   1361  Fire Loss at Calgary.  Calgary.*���������Fire completely destroyed thc premises of the Blackle Trading Company and thc Blackic Hardware Company, early Wednesday  morning. The damage is estimated  at $72,000.  Province Will Demonstrate Types of  Cattle m Great Britain,  fedmoffton.���������A practical demonstration* in England of-the type of beef  cattle how being produced in Alberta*,  will be made next May or June, when  'the Department-of Agricu!tU;rc ������f th"2  prqvince will Ship overseas fifty or  sixty of the best beef steers that,/can  be obtained, including the steers from  the University that won honors at  Chicago and Guelph, these to bc-fully  advertised and officially shown at  Birkenhead during the ten days in  quarantine before' thcy have to bc  slaughtered.  This  announcement-was made by  Hon. Duncan Marshall in the Legislature when a sum was considered in  thc estimates for this purpose.  -Hb " -  '"  Big Camp at Fort Norman  Fort Norman Oil Fields^ Have Become Quickly Populated.   ,  Fairbanks, Alaska.���������Daniel Cadzow,  factor of Uampart House, onc ol thc  northernmost posts of the Hudson's  Bay Fur Company here, states.that  Mounted Police patrols returning  from' thcir annual mail trips into the  Fort MacPherson and *~Mackenzie  River districts, declared an immense*  camp is b.ing forrticd in the Fort Norman oil fields, with hundreds already  en route and other awaiting the opening of spring traffic.    .  Thc Fort Norman field, Cadzow  said, t is 300 miles long and 200  miles wide, along tho Mack7enie  River, the oil. bearing ar^ca* embracing 600,000 square miles. One*, well  sunk by the Imperial Oil Company,  gushed 1,000 barrels an hour at 800  feet, according to Cadzow's information, and arrangements'* are being  made to pipe the oil to the nearest  navigable stream.   .   ,.  The Canadian Government has two  airships for communication with tho  oil fields.  Anarchy Rampant is Gensasy  Cities Arc Reported to be fo Throes  Of Revolution.  Berlin.���������The .mid-German industrial  areas-are again Tn the throes of anarchy in consequence of the Commun--  ists' detemination ,to force a/ widespread general strike in protest  against the Government's, action in  massing security police for the purpose of checking the rioting and plundering which have been going on for  the past few days. The lignite districts near Mansfeld are the chief  centre cf the present" disturbances,  which not only>extend to.derailing  trains by removing the track, but are  spreading to serious bomb. outrages  upon the judiciary buildings'in nearby  cities and towns,'including .Leipzig,  ,Dresden, Friebourg and Rodewische;  Armed bandits operating under thc  direction of the notorious "Robm-  hood" H'oelz, who a year ago terrorized Vogtland, pre carrying out holdups, rdfebing savings bands and other-  -wise spreading terror through the  community by the destruction .of industrial * plants and the seizure of  arms. - '..���������'���������"':.  Premier Llofs! -Jeorge  Attacks Socialism  eater Menace t������  Dominion's Future Status  Hon.  L. A. David Believes .Canada  .Eventually Will. Have Complete y  Independence.  Montreal.���������Hon. L. A. David, provincial.secretary, speaking before the  Women's Canadian Club, as a representative of the French-Canadians in  Canada, declared his belief that Canadians would eventually, possess complete autonomy/as a nation. He predicted thaf/thcy would be,, dominated  by a purely "Canadian mentality,"  compounded of the mental attitudes  of the inhabitants of all her province^  but quite free from imperialistic leanings or racial prejudices,  "I am not at present a separatist,"  said Mr. David, "but I believe that  our country has ot the present time  the rigftt to look forward toward the  most perfect measure oi autonomy it  deems possible."  Says It Presents tt Gr<  the Country Than: War.**  London.���������A bitter attack on Socialism was made by the Prime Minister in a Speech at a. luncheon of  "The new members of the Coalition  Group," 33 the participants liv the  luncheon party were styled; "The  military^ dangers which united the  parties have disappeared," said Mr.  Lloyd George, "but greater* more in- .  sidious, more permanent dangers still  confront us. The great peril is the  rise to power of a new party with new  purposes of the most subversive character.     ���������;'.���������-.''.....' ��������� '  "It calls itself 'Labor.' * It is**rearVy  Socialist. It is tearing thc parties to  pieces on its way to tearing society  to pieces. s Those who are inclined to  agree with* Mr. Asquith and Lord  Bentinck that the Labor Party is a  'bogey' should read the Labor press  fbf a week ��������� \  "Socialism ��������� is fighting to destroy  cverythijTg that the great "prophets  and leaders; oi. both pariies~ynidnis������  and'Liberal���������have labored for generations to upbuild.. Parliamentary  institutions are as much menaced as  private interests and th<? -rule of class  organization is to be substituted for  ���������them..**;*-       "���������      '���������������������������'������������������   ,* ~Z'Z  BeC Beer Problem  Demand of Teachers  Conference Postponed,  London.���������The inter-allied conference of food supplies, which was to  have bcen held here, Is postponed a  fe,w days owing to the English political change* '  Calgary Pedagogues Wi}J Put Limit  On Their Compromise. ���������  Calgary.���������Local Teachers' Alliaricc  havc practically decided jjhat a fifty-  fifty compromise on their salary demands would be as far aa thcy would  go in meeting the -school board.  Thc teachers' original demands  made increases totalling $177,000.  Tho normal Increases under thc old  schedule "would have been $18,000.  The board was;,willing to make increases to bring this to $40,000. The  lifty-iifty^compromisc will bc $38,000.  Jl  Prince of Waled Inspects Chair.  London.���������The Prince of Wales  visited thc House of Parliament and  inspected thc replica of the Speaker's- chair which is to be presented  to the Canadian Housc of Commons  by the United Kingdom branch of thc  Empire Parliamentary Association.  Near Beer Is Dealt a Death Blow in  thc Legislature.  Victoria:���������By a vote of 31 to 23, the  Legislature.put the quietus to the now  famous beer clause, when, ih addition  to; refusing to accept the Mackcn2ie  amendment designed to raise thc .  limit for non-intoxicating liquors  from onc per cent, alcohol by wc.gjit  to two ������er cent., it dealt near b-^cr  its death blow ^by adopting ;an  amendment presented by M. ��������� B.  Jackson,-to tho effect that no one,  other thaSfr a Government vendor ,  shall sell or deal ih any liquid known'  or described as beer, near beer,"or  by any name whatever commonly  used to describe malt or brewed  liquor. N  As 0 result of a two-hour discussion ' on thc moderation bill, the  measure vitas got through with and  thc committee rose reporting the  bill complete with amendments.  That docs not .mean that thc beer *  problem has been eliminated. The  next fhovc on thc part o( those who  seek to have been sold In clubs,  hotels, etc., will be an 'amendment  presented wheh thc bill comes up  for approval on reports Then it Is  stated a move will be made to insert a clause permitting beer of a ���������  standard strength to bc ������old 1 to 3  per cent, by weight of about 8 per  cent, proof spirits.  Onc cold-rain can  crop.  ruin   an   apple  Greek Offensive Abandoned  Paris.���������The new Greek offensive  against the Turks In Asia Minor,  whirb was planned for thc end of  March--has been abandoned, al least  for the present, according to despatches received by tbc French fat*  eign office. A Grateful Company  That the Lister Amateur Dramatic  Company has jusfelo-gcd a very successful! year financially was shown at  (he closing ticeeLii-jg held "Ou F.iday  nigbt at the List-Pi* schoolhouse. Mrs.  Liddicoatt occupying the chair* and  'John Bird officiating as secretary. "^Reports were submitted by the various  officials, and it was found that "Tony,  .the Convict." had finished with the  balance on the right side of tbe ledger.  Votes --of thanks were passed to the  people of Cieston Valley for then-  whole hearted support; to the Creston  Review for the timely publicity so  cheerfully accorded both" Droductions;  to Messrs. R. B. Staples, * H. K. Oat-  . way, C. F. Hayes and S. A. Speers  who financially guaranteed and otherwise arranged for the presentation of  "Tony'.' at Creston; to Bert Norris of  the Creston bakery, and Vine. Liddicoatt of Lister. iJ Mr. and Mrs. S. A.  Speers of Creston who so generously  provided supper an'd other hospitality  after the Creston show, were -enthusiastically remembered.  During tbe eyening a resolution was  adopted that the company would resume,its activities in the early autumn.  Local and Personal  Cha?. Moore   left on   Monday  business trip to Spokane. ���������*���������  Miss Irvine, teacher in Division IV.,  -was a week-end visitor with -friends in  Trail.  Mrs. Speers ^pent a few days with  friends in Spokane the early part of  the week.  Land For -saije^-20 acres;- * with 12  acres cleared' and iO of tb'ajsi in trees.'  For particulars - apply, Pochin" (Canyon), ��������� Erickson--P.O. ;'-������������������*-" "    '  "Citizens are" reminded   that Creston  ' merchants inaugurate the Wednesday  half holiday commencing   next week,  and will continue'' the ' mid-week   vacation until the end of "November.  FOB Sale���������Two good milch cows  and heifer calf,-������grade Jerseys, Walter  V. Jacksgn.  Buy rMacKenzie's vegetable and  flower seeds at Manuel's opposite Sevan's garage.  For Sale���������Thoroughbred. Jersey  heifer calf,, one month old. Dr. Henderson, Caeston.  G. Ford, cashier at the Imperial  Bank, was a week-end visitor at his  home in Nelson.  . Creston Valtey Liberal Association  saeets in April session in Speers' He!!  on Monday night.  For Sale"���������3 h.p    Imperial gasoline  Dr. Li Hie will, be   in   Creston   nest  week from Monday morning until Saturday noon.        Those   wishing   plate  on aj work are requested to   come   Monday  or Tuesday.;  Chas. Fass. who has been at central  and northei'-n Alberta points for the  last few months, - was a - visitor at his  home here this" week. _He has great  confidence that oil will be found in  paying,quantities in -the new oil field*,  that are'being opened t|p in tbe Peace  Riyer district.  Boffey���������Andrews Nuptials  arew waen oneir oniy  Hazel, was united   ������������  Alto. Ruvs a  x i -        ��������� ii.i *    t     ������������������''���������> .:  Save that old hat ;vnd make  it look like a new one.  How can it be cloned  ,.lt mt-^0   0-1 *   '  By using1   *'  Elkay's Hat Dye  Fifteen different shades. to  choose from.  Simply use a'Wush supplied  with the Dye.   *. * -j  ���������tJSlSiteir- . Hum  S.'  VAVA-fr,*.*  Fraserf Erickson.  on ������������������ii������������������    xtrxt-.*,.   '-t.rx*t*4,a       ,.4Vitx,  Mrs.Bamford of Oranhrook is spending Easter week in Creston, andns the  guestfbf Mrs. Dow.  ,For- SaiiE���������Limited quantity of  of strawberry plants. $10 per thousand  Monrad Wigen, Wynndel.  Col. A. Fitzgerald, who has. spent  the past couple" Of months at Victoria,  returned.to Creston the latter part of  the week. ,  Manager Loveday of the Fruit Growers Union is at Vernon this werk for a  meetfhg of the B.C.' Traffic and Credit,  Association.  Miss Mavis Kane of Kaslo. a former  teacher on the Oreston school staff,  spent a few davs here this weeto, the  guest of Mrs. Lidgate.  The Methodist Ladies' Aid sale of  work and cooking, and afternoon tea,  'on'Saturdav was  good   for a financial  04 ,* tct, J  intake of almost $130.  \ "Mrs. Perr.y is here from. Spokane'on  a yisit to her siste*, Mrs* R. R. Piper,  whps_e recovery from her present ser-  iosis illness*is despaired of.       ��������� "  1  Mrs. (Rev,) James was agreeably re-  iaenjbeted by the Presbyterian choir  and Sunday School" teachers, who presented her with a generous supply of  hyacinths, - HHies and other Easter  blooms, which were used to splendid  advantage in decorating the church  for the Easter services.        ��������� .  Three new members were enrolled  at the meeting of- the intermediate  Red Cross public health nursing class  on Thursday night last, which had  Mrs. {.Rey,} Knox as demonstrator.  Members are leminded. that thf sessions are eyery ������ Thursday night,.and  commence at 7.30 prompt.  ' The committee in charge of-the annual at-bome of Creston Masonic Lodge  which takes place this evening in the  Parish Hall, have all arrangements  complete. Cards will start prompt at  8.30. followed hy a short vocal musical  nro*7e'Hi><������ea    fturl ' than     seinnai>      -jtttav.  g.-   -'fS,-^;���������..��������� -X X-0.X- xlx-x   -. -.xmgr. -.* .������.������.������,..*  which dancing will be indulged in,  wiih Mesdames Lister and Foreman  supplying the music.  R. B. Staples, manager of the Staples Fruit Company, Limited, is in Cal-  gaiy this we*ek making arrangements  w ith the firm's connections there for  the coming season's business.. On ric  count of the very much increased volume of business ah-eady in 'sight it  way be necessarv-for the firm to build  warehouse accommodation ������<t Creston  as well As Erickson.  Tlie sawmill which Major Mallai.-  dainc has been operating at three locations along Goat Mountain east of  town during tbe past fourteen months  has completed operations' in that section and will be mbyed tb a new site  along the Goat; back of the Attwood  ranch.     In addition to tinich   himher  Rev. G. Knox officiated at a pretty  bouse wedding on Tuesday afternoon  at the hoine-of   Mv. and   Mrs. K. An-  uaughUuv m-i*-  marriage   with  Percy Boffey, in  the   presence of   the  immediate friends and relatives, of the  contracting parties;   The couple were  unattended, but. the bride, who wore a  stylish costume of white crepe de chine  and carried a boquet  of white   carnations, was give������ away  by her * father,  while the wedding march  was played  by Miss Edna Holmes.    Following the  ceremony the   guests   bat  dovt n   to a  sumptuous wedding   dinner*   prior to  which the young couple   received the  hearty congratulations of all the guests  with w~houi they   are highly esteemed  judging by the manv bplendid wedding  gifts received.     Mr. and   Mrs. Boffey  will reside on  the   groom's* ranch adjoining   town and   as both   enjoy the  friendship of a wide circle.of.- cqtiaint-  ani:es it, goes without saying that besft  wishes are extended  by all for a long,  happv and prosperous wedded life.1  * . -?  -*  behalf and   accompanied   by the   best  wishes of the citizens of the Valley.  Rev. Mr. Mahood replied in particularly happy fashion.- He had early  in life adopted the principle of doing  his'dut'y as he t~~;0 it; and if such procedure gav������ cause iov anyone *lo worry  it was up to oth-&- people'to do the  worrying; That his policy was a workable op*, it seemed to him was* forcefully demonstrated in the large and enthusiastic gathering of citizens that  had gathered, to honor him |on this oc-  I casion. He appreciated the many  kindly references to himself and his  work by Major Mallandaine and Mr.  Lyne and;assured that the satisfaction  his efforts had given in every direction  had oniy been in the fulfilling of an obligation every-ttian owed to the community of which was a part. -  The gathering dispersed with the  singing of -He's a jolly good felfon.  Auld Lang Syne and the national anthem���������after the serving af a tasty  lunch by the ladies of the Guild,  ���������   While only visiting Oreston once in  *V ������***���������*  Present Piirse to  Rev. J. 5. Mahood  the mill has-aiso-Tut   hetter than  fr  eattle-Oafway  LiBltett  Builder 4 Contractor  ���������;���������" * ;."*���������     " -\';;.'> ��������� *.-��������� ������������������*  Late of His Majesty's Works Dept.  London,-England.  Work hy Day or Contract,  Estimate* cheerfully given  We"guarantee satisfaction.  Box 85 CRESTONiB.C.  ���������Creston Valley Conservative Association, will-meet-'in special' session-on  Thursday night,- April 7th, at the hall  in the Mallandaine building.  IL Lindsay of lyncher Creek. Alta..  spent a' couple of days here this week,  sizing the town up with a view to op  enlng a. jeweh-ey store in Creston.  Manager Rodgers   is   putting   on-a.  special show at the Grand on-Monday.  'night, the.f-ea.tnre.film -being- "Wheir  Bearcat Went Diy."   There will be no  advance in prices.        a   ..  The March-report of Creston public  school has a ��������� rathei- a bbreviated appearance, .due solely to the short, list.of  perfect attendants, which in turn isac-  comiled for by. the ��������� couple -of days of  blizzardons, ..weather that .prevailed  early ip the,month. .  ���������The'Presbyterian King's Daughters  entertain their friends at a concert tonight in .the- Presbyterian Church;  commencing prompt at/8.30. - An exceptionally fine pi-ograine has been arranged, Hnd will be well worth the  nominal admission of 25c.  000 ties since starting operations.  " The skill and daring-of the great  criminal's iff history from Robin Hood  to Jesse James fade^'ihto fnsignificance  .Compared &. the'faht'asti^'plot to steal*  an entire train ft&fi) its tracks bet,ween-  two stations. ��������� This incident really ,<k^.  curs in. Wanted. afcHeadq.uarter-H.''*the  story by Edgar W^llace-which is.tsitbs):  Successful eveil lieyond the expect  ation of. the,, most optimistic of its  proinotei-s was the reception tendered  Rev. J. S. Mahood ih the Parish Hall  on .Monday night, tbe noteworthy feature of which was the- presentation to  ni-Ol     m-\-P   mX     ������-h������������*^j;������>   mtn+m-ha-mZ wt.i-ait.*>m      t-V-mm-fX  k*>������JL������   *������t������   ������w   |/u*fcOC i i>vuwuill|l|iL    <(rJl������S\S������  While the arrangements for the  affair were iii the hands of a committee of -inembers-^of Christ Church,  whose efforts were ably- supplemented  by thei Ladies' Guild of the church, the  reception was in every, sense of the*  term a citizens send-off, the 90 or more  guests assembled representing, every  shade -<f seiigious belief as well- as almost e-^ery point in the Valley.  The-first part of the evening was devoted to whist, with sometwenty tab.-  leKof players in^evidence. and this was  followed . by    a -short    mu&ical - programme in w hich Mrs.,  Garland. Mi'*  Chorlton, Mr. Collis and Rev. Mr. M������i-.  hood contributed selections^and at the  conclusion of which'Major Mallandaine  introduced thet gu,estof,the evening'ix>  *'the' gathering" in a  vfew   timely   retinal ks in which   h'e reviewed''sonaeo|  the outstanding, occasions inr which  Mr. Mahoqd had lent a. helpfoh, hand  in 'the secular .affairs of tbe^namnffi^  itv; notably'at patriotic * sei-viees andV  functions of many '������orts,-the������" unvei^  ing of the tehiDorary soldiees? "biemoV"  ial, al^������aid;of Irada.banqaets^ii^d^n  connection wijt-b Masonic lodge;.-aaattr,  erf. Jus������howruuchcthegues^5.ef?ort3  had -been appreciated --was: evidenced,'  in Lhe large and represe������tttt4*f'ttnde:n"  omjnational gathering? and, aiiH moxe  tangibly expres"sedintthe WirsV wbijtth  had' been raised- by .aipopiSRH^subserip-  tion't*\, *. which alt. ������ad been i������ager io  contribute:,'   ,     ,.   .      . i    <  .  % Mfr.; HeWry Lyne ioKovet1^ Major  Mallandaiine^-'and-f-init' fev^S;arefnlly  th^ugh^-oujb sentences -straimeijdeAthe  Ks f-jis* the purpose of taking  mbining service^at Christ |Church it is  remarkahle the wide circle of friends  Mr. Mahood has * developed amongst  .members of aii the denominations, aii  tif whom will certajnty, miss his none  t'oo frequent trips' to Valley points.'-  He-will conlinue to make bis' headquarters at Queen's Bayand now tbat  he is giving up Creston will be given  additional congregations to handle in  Dhe parish of Kdkanee or' which he is  in foil chni-ge.  I IBB UIU  liftsnifsi  g������l  L.IUSII06U 0|  jl -ttmQmmmtmmtmt Otlmmmmmmmmt   riUfiiiSiaiouioiHinsiii  Fiii-iicular attention given aii female  troubles." . Homelike apartments for  ladies awaitmg accouchment. Best  niedical practitioners in attendance.  Write or phone for appointments.  -��������� -Highest references.  Reasonable, terms.   ���������  Inspection invited.  MRS. MOORE, Matron.  ���������p,  UflUC ODIWfiTC JlflPBITfil  numc rnif as c nuan i al  Falls & Baker St.   ������ELS0������, E.G.  .    Phone 872.      P.O. Box 772  A N D  SefiTUiOAele  EVA NOVAK  P8IL2  -    m-   e.    -:  seen at tbe Grand;., Theatre   Saturday- -broad   churchmanebin������"Andv practical  /..  UBKJ  4'i  Made-to-Measure  We are handling the well-known Campbell's Clothing of  Montreal, a*nd mm nbow vou a complete line of"  samplftH of materials, awl guarantee-yon .sati.s-  mction l>oth,.-as to fit awl workmanship.  Prices are from $10 to $25 per Suit  Lower than a year ago.  At our prieeH you (ian well afford to  again      wear     Tailored -to-MeaHure  clothen.  A/I \ XkFQsfXIKI     HTtTYFT--T������? 1> Q  Better Service General Merchants Lower Prices  ..I.  night.     Eya.Novakrfc starring.,io this  .feature. ���������,, , -  The union Met{bodi*st-Breab������terianH  -service, in the latter .church-on Sunday  night attracted a������i>qwd' that,filled |all"  tbe available seating','space*, and much  of the standing i*f>|jm, the attendance  bei og in the neighborhood c>f 250;t 'The  church wits.. prett|jy. .decofat^d, with,  flowers and the addy-ess i>y Rey; ;J. A.,  James, arid the nujsi/; supplied by the  Presbyterian ch'ofr.. were.mufft-apprcv  prhiite'^or siit-h an Easter (lccasion..   *  *, ��������� >       ������������������      *'������������������   *     '������������������"  .Entertainment, goers, should keep  next Friday night,''-April 8th, clear for  the Easter cantata the Methodist,  choir and Siinduy; school are putting  on in Mercantile l^all lyjat night, rom-  mencing nt 8 o'clock prompt, and  which will be 'prec-eded by a .balloon,  ascension at 7.45. The talent has beeji  faithfully practising this cantata for  some time back an-fl a most pleasing  presentation is assured. The ������dml������-  slon'charge "ivill be 50������;. and 2Bn.  Almost, 00 con plea ���������- were hi evidence'  at tho dunce in the, MerranMle Hall on  Tuesday night, the music for which  was supplied by the ( Banff'' dance or-  ehetotrti.' Without,\gjt<:ep~Um the m������P-  ic wa������ the best ever heard In Creston.  ithd with caterer Nfoi-ri������ snpplving the  flupper and the flooi- in good Rhape, it  goes without wiyirjig .tliiiib the affair  waR th'u 'best of thcjj\ ertrt eyor held in  town. A special train brought some  40 gvoHts from Slrd-at' and Wynndel.  Juvenile high jinks'on ijuite a huge  ���������scale wero In ovlclenee on Saturday af-  tenrnooii last when Mrn. Dow, asslRted  by Miss. Marion Sw^nHOHi weji-e hi^ff  ohh at a birthday party in foonor of IIM|P  MIhhoh Doi-a and AlJeen ISpi-att. Al*  most forty t-hildmi were present.  GanidK and amuRenlents of every ftort  featured the occaHlrtW which was topp*-  od off with aHpnad of good things to  eat that provided enough and to spare  for iiven thin wquad ��������� of splendid appe������  Mtew. The piI'/ch! Contained In th������  handnouic (hree-Htbry birthday cake  were evenly diNtribnted iial,wi������������������n the  hoyN and glrlh. all of whom had a big  itftcrnoonVfutvund were uinmiinouB-  , ly of thii opinion that birthday cele-  | brationH of i|������In (������oi-t, should happen at  H'aHt orjH-wi month,   ....,,.    , ���������    *,*  Christianity thst Mr. Mahood ~ynfail  tngly -.displayed.' Not^onfy-v'b'ad the  fiei-Vice*^ttlways;been;^t*akeh:jin -a, manner befitting lhe*bwt^tfad|ti<������������e,' of- the  Angltcan tsburchi' * Bot*ifc.-.wa5-i:emavk-  able that over a paviad'bf 'almost six  years no regnlav seryice- h������dr been ov-  erlookedvaodi this .dispute physical,  climatic and transportation conditions  that on occasion, were far. from ideal.  In aindont of the pulpit Mr, Mahood  had exemplified a citizenship 'worthy  of eiuulatjon. ^nd, which had been an.  inspiration t o thofl^'who came ..more  closely in 'contrfbi with him.' Mr. TLyne  concluded by' presenting   the purse on  in  .**>  Atf  . *��������� '.'������������������������������������.   z.  .���������  > .- "��������� '������������������       i.  Made    from   selected  stock, arid guaranteed  to     give    satisfactory  .'-wear. .T ���������~'^'z-p-  Wanted at  Headquarters  TWO-REEL COMEDY  WEDNESDAY, APRIL S  BLANCHE SWEiET  in  *OLLAEJ> ���������OMEDY  PATHEKEWS  4%J~y������  '*.  QENEKAX,  MERCHANT.

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