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Array K   >,i *-*"    .'  ���������      x    '- ^   r-LP'-~:Z   pZ    s    '    .  MMM/' V ������- r      ���������    . . .. r -        * ,   * -  vJ^.>w *a���������*2**r>  'iv>"'-.^-,'*?������.  '-'py^pPS  1   -     k.  ,.    m-   -  *"t-' *W-\,  nr#������g-~���������:  t ( ifr.    \rr  J,j_  <l  ^  tTl-.. '  .".VULio  XT1TTT  CRlSTON, B. O^FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1921  -    ,  '" f���������-< .-"r.V0 ~  .gar*...���������. ... ., i-    ;.i. -  - ���������    No. 7  *  The- camp had the coldest '��������� touch   of  the winter on Saturday morning when  the mercury:%too6 r'afc" 2 below  aero.  1 While wtadstorros wete'the order etae-  j psii-* *i**--t *r   Ji '    -^ ��������������� t -"* t  where o;������iThnt*%day , and. Friday  this  Hecfcio^n.Wfefadored with a snowfall of  at least four inches,"*   "   ' ���������'   i'  ��������� --* -     *.--        '     >. . '4  Tc-s������gbt the committee selected; to  . ,ca,nva������s the camp,and-IfiHd put what  capital ean?be banked op' for the, purchase of the-store-stock', Will- i-eporitat  ' an*open meeting 'of ssll interested.  Early in the.w-fiek*laippearauces- indicate*^ that-sufficient funds-^wonid; h?  f������rtnc*bmrogrla m^  a- sati^fa-etb'-'y  " A   ~&~~  A.V��������� ���������. .lm.mrxl0*rx- -***  Ivor Cbrisjbensen  mere, Cora Fratxtpton. Francis Matt^  house, John'Malthouse.  Proneiese'y s' Senior Foin-th���������Frank  Alexander, Bessie Fraiupton. Junior  Fourth-rtyuriel -;' Millington, Ernest  Steyens, ���������- Jenny. Chalmers. Senior  Third���������Harold Frampton* Junior  Third���������Doris - Millington. Frances  Malthojjse, Oota Frampton, Second  R^ider-rrDorothy ,Weston, Gus-Cbar-  leson/John Malthouse. ."���������   -  Division II.���������MJsb E��������� J. Holmes. Teacher..^   * ��������� "   . -  PeVecttAttendancej^Margaret Chal-  mers; Agbes Sinclair. * l - >  ProScietecyi Fiesi . Header���������Peter-  McKay, George Chudley. A Clafes���������  Fred-Weston* Charlie Malthouse, Jack  Bird. " B Class���������Kathleen Mitchell.  Doreen Butler, George Frampton, C  Class���������Albert' \yeaton, Lucy Lye,  Margaret uhatmexs.'  _ Amr*-  iiwJosivis  S-t'Xr'f  - 0r t***������t-  **   ?������  .,/ Z<1 .-  ' AH^CJj^taigi^S?AUey districts���������  Wvnndel/^fwatesobiCanyon* JAh-  -Tl -       . r.llm.   r    -.      ,  .^m .Jt xf    V. ~ *���������        - ������.       *W       -_ *  IS  at work  this  house- on 'th&  week finishing.up" the  ice, >  Conquest  residence  ���������StewaH JGvans place, while 3iu������J������-&re  ley ba& ibe  new  well under way._  e~~wi*-9i  Mrs. W. G. Birney left a  On Saturday night the annual meet- ago for Banff, Alta.,   where  ing of Lister local  of the  G.W.V.A.  will be held.    The Lister organisation  from-aUtnppearancesseems to bathe  Hvcst of any in East-Kootenay/  &. H. Phillips is a visitor   at  Cranbrook'this week.     D. Olden   ha* just  arrived heWs&d is holding down th. *,n?es ���������e��������� 8ee">8 "> "e P|eniy "I D,������1*  blacksmith iob at ttie mill.* | ^ >" fchl^ section to   buy J^������l   with.  ' ��������� {This \seek the Union unloaded a coup-  rriv?.l isMi> Davidige I le of cars of hay and a car -of mill feeds  few davs  she   will  spend a month yisiting old friends.  Misses May and Edith Littlejohn  are away on a visit 'with friends at  Calgary.'Alta., at present.  .. Despite the tendency to   talk   hard  -times there seems to be plenty of mm.-  the  wellBemftf$fe$be Tsflley as   a.  wftofeUlwift5Sfno suoli thing as'  iocatjealpu^-^^/,  '^e/*re. *%," P^*11^ ������^ Camp  List6fj "^ou^of the excellent.  pebplp Whq.^ke wp tbe.settle-  meTii; p?*6ud -dfpib** progress they  have psl^ie, r-^d1 will welcome an  opiK>rtifnity ���������%'s bX-ovt our good-���������  ���������������������������M       -       ������ "*   --*A       VJ*  -,"- v. m.. *���������-&:     *  The Lieter;praKiat;c Company  ie giving jis"ji^ch a.n "opportvfnity  nextrMofi3a^})ijgiit,- March '^tst  Wymidel', '-J|Hcfeson, Cation,  and ������8p|cialj[y Creston, ahonld  ���������endeavor' tb-^po*' a "pfremintn on  stJ\ndlii*g j^ra    and   Bh-sw   by  ' the    4tttbwp^tic    manner    by  whvcbr -tljey, ^tdeiye ktTony,  the  . Con viot(!>-t!baY*the efforts of the  Z Lisle*- pebp|%^re appreciated  ers, with a charge of $1 to the men*  50c. to boys over 12^years. < the admiss-  ionjee to include supper.  Or B: Twigg has a half dozen pupils  taktnjg-,the^pruning schooK~hei-e tbis  -#eek, -Respite unfovorable we&ther"  condition^. The Knott and Turner  ranches were receiving attention from  the class the fore'part of the week.   "  Wm/Dicken-of JFernie,   who   bcilt.  the cement pietts at the"tiew high level  . bridge last yes������,r, ,wss ������. visits in   this'  I section on Tuesday.  Tony, the Convict  Scores Success  Kitchener  -r    Mr. Spence was a week-end" visitor  at his home in Cranbrook.  Mrs. Geo. Young of Creston was in  Kitchener lafet week, the-cmest of Mrs.  Drlf&e. *  Anotuer'tiew  who is mining the mulligan at the mill  boarding house, Mr. Pikee, the old cook,  having decided io try   outdoor  for a-time at least. -    -        ~* : -  4~rxm&r  VJXAt ���������,  - The outcome of the settlers meeting  on Friday night six which jbheQ-ji-esf&nn  o? stockraising ai^d the ' :lie^%t|^pels^to  go in for in/$ebis ^section, was the'tf>i4ci  while Jihe United^^armei-s   also   took  ���������delivery ������f another car of bay.  Erick**<on-is also-^ettiiog od ibe map  ~\s n. general freight r-eceiving ^oirii;  &n Monday the\v������dUjonnd wavtfreight  fa^d-ia fi>ll carloads;������!^ njei>cbandise,-wof!  4-tne^-soi-t and - another lor; .Sricfcson-  .peojple, ai'.d   as the ?shed���������, l|ei������ wan nt>fc  ^.  ���������������������������ss,  -���������mt.  Mrri^^^������-Sa^������inni!eni'^ *t*e ������rec  tson.Wfa newfls4������������e on bis. half,*Ofthe,  'A. A-������g ^w^nson^apcb, which he  ph^  chased abonfca^ S^** *��������������������������� -  0-f^      x^-i-       1  ir-\r m*- --rrT J*J ���������   j   *������ *.  Owing to tfiii|w������*aMpns "Unties, they  ^j^seti^iwUaod, deliy-ery, will   be direct  aaSB55������rf:3B22ffi2*  irs-  noVSinclafj.  T?61Jb#.Jbgthe%lectu)htbe meetlne^i^  oMrscupsroW resulted in-M^ ^^^^esiougfe, u, hold it all, the-ear W^i^'������>avw������^I^land at present^the*  ation   oT-itoe   LietWO Sio^feWe^lteTft ^t^int, an* delivwv. will   be direct L<!������^rol**^ t^cMrjfe nave. ^eeided   io  ���������*>       <"'  Atw^t-J\ii- "������������*r������K,:  **      -      ���������     J "     ~r-*&  and that.constructii^ wiH^tS-t at������m_  nearly-date, -HA,lmMinerA������f ^n'pjffies vm  %-  tions governing tbe handling of sires  under co-operative stockbreeders aiis-  pices -tfere delved into, as well as a  ver^- timely discussion "on 'livestock  matters generally. -Finally it was decided to, (ihport a dual. purpose purebred Shorthorn bullj whCcb,,, wiH4ie in  ebargef of C. Burgess, and will he a-  "Vall������|.ble only .^o, w*pjp({bf i|is of the assoc-  iaiblon, "'A foe of ff waV fixed-and from  appearancestheassqeiathm will have  at,le#*pt26membei-s.   "-Z.  v^S*o))dWing[ is  the   import of Lister  school W February s."' ...  Division I.-rMiss 0. A. Austad, Pi in '  Pei'fect   Attendance-^Jeuny <Chal-  ���������, r.,.tti faiHMMii ,n ii'    urn r i in ii rihimiriinitT-i mnsm,  -^'Mf. and- Mi-s. D: 8/ Tinimons.-.who  have spenjk. t-h-$ past four months with  friends in Oklahoma and Kansas states  arrived back on Tuesday.  <;omimH^"f*ncMri^na.ve  df**-^^   -^������  cancel the^ti^Ht^rk's Day^^n'eert  ^as-a^^^jacedk rt������������r  to-nightr  .;   .1 list arrived  a large  assort-  ���������",      ment of Htunniug HATS;  j J,     Each .4' bejiu ty. In season-* ,*\  alJle^materials, and HtyW  of tho latent fashion.  ���������t*  "!    ".  *,"������ ?���������    -v  Md  IzX:  V.\ V. r,  MRS. j~ R.  The season's round of surprise  parties and ��������� riVin-iei-otfjj'' other  social ������������������ev-e-  niiigs'-Was b'n>ught to a fitting close On  Monday ilight. yybfrh tKe J. M. Crajigje  b in>p wji^.invad^rtjVibe occasion being  jMtv Qrnigie's' birthday?    The fore part  .of Ahe evening* was spoht at   whist  at  whfch the high" scm-et.  were   made'by  Mra. Weir-and   Jas.   Maxwell,   with  Mra.-Truscott, ������r., and T. -E. Goodwin  ti^'pg hon.e the bopby ho^ o ��������� . Aft r  aadmptuoushinchj which   included a  fliie sample of. baker Noi rib' birthday  cake making���������which the host cut with  a skill equalled   only   by   a  domestic  science   gold   medullist���������there   was a  e uip^e of hours dancing to  nutsic 'by  Mettsrw, Willtjon and   Goodwin.   - The  c uupuny mimbered about thirty, and  certainly the affair provided   a fitting  windup to ii busy and  always  enjoy  able three months of sociability.  1 *~        *   *      *  *   IlorMJ power will be pretty 'much a  thing of the past on the���������K. J. Long  ranch fwmi now on as they lmxeju-st  taken delivery of a Fordaon tractor  with complete dine and plough outfit  frnin lhe,.,Bf'van gartige , lit-Croflton*  With the water now'jivallable lhe  Wooelliino ranch should,l^efc.up ������������une  Vnlley'reeovds.l-n tne'-way of, ^cIucb,  tion. ,-���������".   . ���������     '.-'-,:*    .-  The iun-Ktandlng.bhHliu'BB fi*|ute,ift^;uf  the Unitt^^ai-meva-Hteetipgna^^^"'  ilay night v^as the'denlKliiritp reqtl*tyt<t>  the\iurftcos to call ������i pubiio tiueetiifiig  which -school niuUera could ;b*Ji dWcnjjn*  ed. . More Hccouuijodatlon :has to l;e  provided and anuthav teacher engaged  sit niidnnmnier. The HeciretJ>iy was  alBo Instrncted tn writi* * to. the man  ager <tf the Fr nit Growers,,, Union tb  find Out definitely .if, undei ibe ��������� new  contract syatein, non-Union growers  will be able Vo puvchane boxes, era tea,'  etc.. as well its feed, at* lia-n - be������nv;the  cUBl<������n) In thc piirtt. 'Tbetl-lf; will ab  aoank tWatthe Unlpti ,lc^l); a -|iiiblt<s,  Reeling at whlvb, tlVc'1 XivW eont^aH  irtay be di������wnn������HeHj' \A; H. SW^ptiOn of  Oreaton 'g&vt' a mn������t������rl,v; report on t|re  proceedings at tlii* provincial; ciinven"'  tlo i last uiontb, a report of which a|if  peai-H on another page of thin \6mZ,  ^di.yois7l%^{m^ ith^S^B^-'ifWml  ���������      >i_ t-.l^JxlC     '-���������&��������� -C-*   '..*S -J-.--���������'Svsrijyi  - <    *:< "      c--eT *-*!  ~      r-t 7     -~-~\.-*~A  ^reat oecasH^n..    3,      .   ^^        -2      P  .. Ca������yori*.T7n1ted^trmei������meet"invi^^  -uV-Q^^^io^^^fctmiia^t-^njd ~?l ieature  willr^heHhe discwasion v of ...linking up  withthe Erickson and Lister locals  .wi.tb Vi -#iew to co-c>pierat\ye buying on  a large scale, 'the. idea seems popular  here, and ifc" is likely a "coinrtiittee   to  help along-tho project will be named  ���������  < George Wickhoh-n is again able to  attend school aft-er^ a rather painful  mishap ea-rlier in'tbe month. ' While  sledding he ran into a number of cattle  and by way of resenting hip.intrusion  one of the critter* landed, him a kick  in tbe head, which was nerioog enough  to lose him two weeks of schooling.  An apron and,candy sale under the  auspices of the ladies of Canyon will  beheld on Monday, March 28th, from  2 to 5 p.m.. with the popular ten cent  tea. At 9 p.m. there will be a dance  at the schoolhouse under the auspices  of Canyon local of the  United   Farm-  Lloyd & Wilson of Calgaryi "Alta,,  who h&ve taken oyer thelolfl'lVlar^h'all  hotel, have opened a restaurant and  rooming house, aud have been -very  busy trying to accomsn-adaf-e the  people. ' ."?-;,  Mr. Dorman, bookkeeper fovf l������)tch*  ener-Timber Company, left on Tn*tgs>  day for'Spokane.  , J. A. McG������������\ evn sustained severe in-1  jury on 8nnday afternoon when he  fell/jdi^hncating his sh������mlder. I^r. Hen*  dejpson was called,, and the patient is  now Bering nicVly.       , \  rm *  -M������-s *A������ Kei-r and  two' children left  Hast^week for Creston. _ v  * - * -  Messrs. Hend'rea and - Watson of  Creston'i^e. engaged at pi-esent^i������i:er-  ecting -a-iUvilUor the Kitcfeieper Timber  Cmnpaayi-7, -j-v'  '~l'1~%r? JZil-Z^dme- .of_ Creston  had  ^���������esbyrei-lan - t&^ijce^a* the   seh������>ol-  use. onrSnladayNiXtemb^n^ - - A %  t     . *?    *Vt   mp***    m.m r.~J*m-  j,  X. ^ . "? ^.. ������ .   . m.     A.    "1-  The largest and most enthusiastic  .audience ever seen in Lister turned  out "on Satvnday evening last to witness ���������'Tony, the Convict,'' a -flive-act  melodrama presented by the Lister  Dramatic Company under- the direction of Mr. Joe A. McGee.  Though the curtain was not billed to  rise until 8 30 the schoolhouse, -which  had been airangedto seat 200 people,  wastilled'to eapacity-fby 7,45.     Motor  loads arrivingfrom Creston, Erickson  and Port HUh    Thonglfthla is the initial production of tbe company, which  was formed in January "with  ah  executive of Joe. A. McGee, director;  Chas-    Faulkner,   assistant -.dli-ecior;  Mrs'.   Alana  Liddicoatt,    "charge-  de  affairs" costumes,. and   Henry Chris-  tehsen, business manager. All arrange-  ^nents and facilities - were of the first  order. "-X*������toge* 12 by 18 feet slightly  raised-a^jbve the floor had   been   con-,  struct ed With'all the necessary  exits,  dressing   rooms,   etc.,   and  equipped  with a-silent running" curtain.     All  ���������precautions bad. been   taken   for  the  the pnbltc, tbe hall anddressingjfooms  being equipped with Pyrene   fire  ex-  tiTtguishers.  ,. - ''.**> Srji  xjx������ " '-*'*" ,  '^n-Wfallladt^^/^ll'b^^tie'fflaffls  to'eontiinie hauling for1* &'!*** "'days  longer than was expected.  The hall and stage were lighted with  several powerful-gas lights* arranged  to le*ave~thehall dark during the performance. Special-attention'bad been  {paid to the securing first class' scenery  j for all acts, the effects resulting satisfactory eyen to the mcs-Lcritical.  The plot commences in the" shadow  of the grimy waH������ -of Sing Sing-prison '-  whejne,*Tony,^Wa*w>n<Joe. A.j������eG"ee)  has lived and suffered for fifteen "years,  sentenced foj:. assault ,-Mid JtoJ^ery %o  lue liwatfe^K������5iV "^aa'-^artl^iwiv.  0K r^.^Bi Jmi%* -tJtsu^di-satiee  -������- m_..m .-   ���������-- -  -.       . f^fomjggjja^  ^SC^r^eOISIui^*iJ^niroS.  tt������^^in%fears;andjm2aaiy his Object  ols^^^or^eslttfet^^f^fwife and  breathless nntStthe^n-fiU. AgenUeman  Mis. Ragotteof Cianbrook-bas.W-linthe past,   bis .conduct.and- trust-  ������.      . -t���������i-m m . m. . m 0 m vm t. mSvi- -*^���������m +1     _       _������  rived in Kitchener to join her'husbaiod  who is at'preseht'in the-employ of the  Sash & Door Company.,  ?%Z������  ���������^fcwii^Ii. _ ^**^&*m-K--**m3\4~X  ^IXUn-W-    ^f*^*m y -^*������ Jf*  >m--mm ���������  GRAND  WEDNESDAY, Much; 23  ���������, ���������  <V -:���������  Spooks! Spooks!  ���������l������h^i\v' ft pitipli of salt over.your  >;^$fc Bho������ia������r!   ���������        \  \  ,OKitt-^otir-fliigefci.,!i-. ''\Z.;.  Then come Vtndva4e  "House of the  Tolling Beii"  ���������f ������        * ^ r x  ,1. Stuart BiaoUtoh Prbdwctum.'  A   Spbolty-  Sensational   Siii'i/riBt'T  V ���������   DeamA, with a capital "D". - ZZ  ��������� i    .!���������;��������� ��������� ,    -       - i.    Z.  yX ''        ALSO       ���������   i i' ���������"  FaihefsCloseShavfl  Wynndel  E.1 S. Butterfield left, on Thursday  for   the  coast,' where   be   will  visit  friends for about ten days.  '   "  i * i   .,      ��������� i  D. Kunst left on Friday for Nelson,  where he is. to be' a patient in the ho8-  pital. for a while, baVing-been run oyer  while hauling some hay_ fr<im the  slough. .  Mr. and'Mrs. -~-J~~- Eudd of Nelson  are spending a vacation here, with Mr,  and Mrs. J. B. Rudd, '-  Geo. Huscroft haf������ the' sills and floor  of his new house, now laid and is rushing the work* M. Winch, a Creston  contractor, \~ carpenter in charge.  A small fire, which was noticed In  time to save the property, occurred in  the hot house of J. Wigen on Monday.  He had been heating the place op preparatory to planting seeds, 'Very  little dannige was done.       \      '.-'Zy.  ,,., R. .<1 Eakin, nrriv  on Tuesday, bringing  his  dnugbW,  Beftfie.who bits been undergoing med-  icul treatment at Cranbrook bosplWl.  > Mr. und Mi-h;.H. Roalrtdale were the  hosts: tO'a conipaj(ij^ Of friends on Sunday night, the o^ca-SinS* belnpj the  birthday ,,,<,>!,; their eldest -daughter,  .IKitty-   A- UHtst, eni()yable  tinie vvaa  spbnt**..LA;������:Z)Z.i::tP-rZ- 'i' ''] '  ; >v Satinlday night. March W*ttbe United  Parmi,'r������-,������rev putting oti a teal bard  timerf sociHl-rcarde, initaic, and fun for  everybody���������at the Clubhouse, at eight  u'ch'ick.' Piioeafor the j,*-*hHirdwtn.ladle-s  aijdl'gojnUV*^8^  please biiliigjuneb. ^*Hmtof ICwb. will  be InipoHied bja aay.������>np. allowing up In  gootl <nloth������K.     ";,/���������' :���������'���������,.':���������   ������������������������������������������������������'  E, lfo^all W������ia ii bM^beBMiVi^ifcor t*  BirdarW.Mnpday, ,p.: yr-*'... "'*'  ,���������*,*] ;  TSr.;''bralgie'^ul:''^  Jack Bawmolongh of Alice Siting is  { hereat piosen-t, HhsUting G. Hiixcn>ft  j with the erection of. his. new house.  worthiness bringd hihTto the notice of  W������n?den Burrows X-Jbhn Bird)^a firm,  jt^st, man, determined jco , govern the  prison on humane,lines, apd stamp out  the brutality t?hich had -fisted in the  past, which resnlta in severe criticism  by an interferelng spinater. Miss Sad-  ley, (Mrs? Jean,-Johnston) -whose  ti-ooble-thaking brings'her ' to an untimely end.  Miss Sedley la a * most disagreeable  character���������a spiteful, bitter  old maid  ���������yet   is an .-'amusing    personality.  Tongue like a razor, temper like vinegar, her affections, airs  and  graces;  her wordy combats In which she often  gets thewoiret of it, are all proyocative  of laughter.-  Typically old maidish in  her ideas, with no friends except her  cats and parrots, she leads a  more or  less bappy life, continually harrassiug  the servants until she  decides to  discharge "Sally" (Mrs.  Jessica Thompson), a pretty, bright eyed, lively sou-  brette, who spends her time dreaming  of .the duke, who will some da$ rescue  her from the drudgery of servant life.  Her decisive views on loveJeada her in  to many arguments with Mias S.-dley*  ���������iii which Sally's eau������e la championed.  byt Mflsa .Lej^t' (Mm; Porls Christenson),  iV charn\ing,^dbi i^ble girl] of 48,  an-  swerlng tbeideoscription Of Collin Har-  lands   latest song hit,   "Shea1 very  sweet and shy, >*>������d  she  hasn't done  her hair ub yet." pZ'. s"-y  ' Lena la a merry, light-hearted tease  in "pironporlty, and, a patient, loyal  daughtcivin advoi-sity, A role played  as only fAim. Ohriatensen could play it;  always appropriately costumed; aiming black velvets,. fur-trfrained. chlc  silk capea; plain dresses of nayy blue,  aaxe blue, erepe de .chine,' overlaid  with iianditf Ado bice and satin trim  mitigs, %nd an evening dress of white  aatln/wtlh overlay of tucked georgette trimmed with white Bwansdown,  which, held the nudlepce enthralled,  through the entire play:  Many admirers had' - Mls������ Lena.  iMunug thum being one Phil -Warbnri-  uu; (Ivor Oh'rifct^n^nV^Kftclal leader  ot tshxaii: dlstinctibn :^lh, -^onMiderable  luHpev. lifs djHi)ht*M(Mi������, :������������������������5 u-sr/..;-  tfiou^mteri'it (������iM������ryjt������n^i and his ac-  i|iiafn'taint>hlp will* "Weary Wayside"  (Continui'd on Page 4 'a^-t^--r-im^i4L������msA  jj������!^|?^"i^i^  *9  amTm\.  W1  ���������*������***������������������  h Your Nose Hugged  Have You Catarrh?  li  Subject to  Colds, Here  5s Heal  -  Good Advice.  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"Why, they figger on comin' up by:  way ofjpQplar Cove, in canoes, an' en- ���������  terhv uuck Lake, They'll cross an'j  come up thc path ter the grove. They;  look ffr us to be asleep an' unsus-i  pectin*. Thcy aim ter set fire to  your cabins, an' give us all the hell;  they've got ter give." '  Dorkin    paused,   in    his pacing to  1,  Tho   lA/icn  -w.   x* -.- -^x- ts ts    m> <Ujfr&  ������*  ARCHIE P. MoKISHNIE  Pslnitd   by   Special   Arrange-  snenta  with  Thos.  Alios,  Toronto, Oat,  ^Sgr ���������    '     ' ���������  ���������    ' -  /    (Continued)  "Gawd J yes," panted the lad. "Kan  anyone hear us, Dorkin?"  "No, we're alone. Come inside,  Danny."  He placed his arm about the boy's  shoulders and drew him into the cabin. "Why, you are all wet and torn  ���������and your face is cut!" he exclaimed.  "Where have you been ? And what is  wrong?      Tell me quickly."  He pushed the boy into a chair and  sat down opposite. "I've been doin"  a little sccutin'," Danny explained,  "and I'm nigh dead-beat, I am."  Dorkin got up and produced a  small Sash from, thc cupboard.  "Here" he said; pouring a generous  T>orti<%n   irtf   i}i*=,   HnMrtir     I*****"**,*/**,     a      nlan?  g. ���������r       .* ��������� ���������.      xr ���������       ��������� tr      .-x^t���������xr- ���������- ���������xr ��������� ^^ -x.tr.��������� j  "drink that. It's brandy, and you  seed it."  Danny quaffed the burning draught  without a tremor, and, slowly, a little  color came into his drawn face*..������������������'.*.;���������  "Dorkin," he said, le&ning forward  so that his voice might carry no farther than his listener's ears, ''Daltqn's  gang is goin* ter raid this Preserve,  to-morrow night."  Dorkin gripped his arm. "How do  youknow that, Danny?" hc asked in  strained tones.  "Vve been lyin' outside half-breed  Darbo's cabin all night, listenin' to  their plans," thc boy answered.  "Darbo ain't thar, but they meet at  this place jest the same."  "And you heard them plan to come  here to-morrow night?"  "Yes, it's to be late, nigh morain  likely, There'll be ten of 'em, all  told. I heerd 'em arrange everythin8,  but I ecoul-dn't see any of 'em. I was  hidin' close up in the rear of the cab-  In. an' they had cotton tacked 'cross  the winder."  Dorkin frowned and paced to and  fro across thc room. "And you  couldn't say, positively, who any of  them were?" hc asked.  "Wall, I recognized Abe DaltoVs  voice," answered the boy. "And I  kno%v Gregg was  thar,  too, 'cause  I  It takes a joint of beef to  make a Bottle of Bovri!  #  /\���������'���������:���������'::^;���������i���������NEVEIi ���������  PROFITEERED  Has Not Changed'  'Since 1914  Same Price.   Same Quality.  Same Quantity. ���������  Danny," he said, "you're    a   'brick!  You're a wonder, Danny!"  "Oh, hell!" Danny's face grew red;  and he squirmed uneasily.  "Just one more question, Danny.  Have you any idea who this man, this  leader, who is to get thc animals������������������  maybe���������is?"  The boy glanced up slowly searching Dorkin's face    with    keen    eyes.  "Yes, I have," he said.     "It's Timber- j  ley." !  "I thought so." Dorkin's jaw set,  and his brows came together. He  stood looking down at the boy, considering.  "Danny." % he said at length, "I  knew they intended coming some  time to-morrow night. There is  some person who is onto their plans,  who is a friend of mine. ^ I don't  know who it is. See, this is what I  found tacked to a tree this afternoon."  From his pocket he drew a slip of  paper, and handed it to the-boy. On  it was printed:���������  "Enemies will try to destroy your  Retreat to-morrow night. Be warned A  Well-Wisher."  Danny spelled out the words, nodded comprehendingly, and handed fhe  paper back to Dorkin. "Then that's  why you sent Pete down fer the wrappers, across the divide?" he a-^ked.  "Yes, but Pete doesn't know I  found this warning*, Danny."  w  _  Thc boy sat huddled up in his chair,   and his~ self-respect  his nervous fingers caressing the lock  of the rifle he still held-on his knees.  "I wisht t' Gawd Sagawa was back,"  he burst out, at length. "He's go*\e  out arter the man he thinks murdered Dad, an SI ain't carin' ter shoot the  man I think killed him, til! Sagawa  says I kin. What a chanst 7'd have  to-morrow    night,    Dorkin." he said  ovn  The men flashed him a look of gratitude, as thcy passed silently out after  LaPeer, and Dorkin, with a grave  face, turned to his own breakfast.  He resented, with all-his nature, the  part he was being forced to play; resented having to put himself on thc  defensive against those lawless trappers of the vaiiey, in order to protect  what was his. God alone knew  what^ would happen, when they came  stealing up, under cover of darkness,  intent upon destroying all that which  he had taken such pride in acbeiving.  One thing he must do, though: he  must prevent the sacrilege at all costs.  In doing this, he was not fighting for  himself, but for that sweet and wonderful Something which had given  him back his strength, his manhood,  5  wistfully, "an' I'm goin' ter tnUs it.  "Course." he added, *'I kin shoot Dalton, but 1 can't jest tell him it's on account of his murdierin' Dad, not unless I know fer sure. Yep, 1 sure do  wish Sagawa was back."  Dorkin patted the boy's shoulder.  "Something tells mc he will be back."  he comforted, "and Danny, I do believe he alone knows who it was killed your daddy. Something tells me  he'll come, boy, because he once said  that when I needed him, he would be  here. And I seed him now, Heaven  knows." ,  The -boy's head < was -sagging1  through sheer- weariness. Dorkin  bent and took the rifle from bis hands.  "Come on to my room and lie down,  Danny," he suggested.  "No," said Danny, "I gotter slip  across ^ to LaPeer's cabin. Wilier,  she's liable ter be lookin' fer me, an'  if she finds me gone, she'll be worried."  Dorkin smiled at the boy's thought-  fulness. "I'll see Wi'low and explain things," he promised.  "All right, much obliged," yawned  Danny, "an', Dorkin, ye won't jest  mention anythin' 'bout my bein' down  among them wolves, not ter her, will  ye"  7"  heered him {dim' thc others Tiout g^-t-  tir.' a fiesh wound from WiHer's rifle,  the night him an' some onc else was  snoopin' 'round on this Presrrvc. Hc  *ard you'd pay fer that, to-morrow  night, Dorkin.     So you watch out."  "Til watch out, Danny. Did you  happen to overhear anything as to  what thcir object in coming here was?  Is it the animals thcy want, or me?"  "It's both," said tbc boy. "They  figure on gettin' hold of your animals,  In th-5 enclosure here, an' in wreckin'  the whole place. It seems that Dalton isn't thc real leader in this thing,  although he's mighty p'cased to take  t, hand The prime mover in it \. a  strangrT ter mis; leastwise, I never  hecred his voice before, a3 I kin remember. Seems like he's tbc on-s  who's ter get the animals, 'cause I  hceprcd him say he had a place all  r*ady fer 'em."  "And their plan, Danny?"  "No Danny."  Dorkin led him to a roomy bod-  room and pointed to "a big, comfortable-looking bed. "Now you sprawl  on that, and sleep as Song as you want  to," he said.  "Dorking frowned the boy, as he  unlaced his moccasins, "d* ye Vpose  you could get hold of Wlller's rifle,  an' birle it up?"  "Why?"  "Wall, it's like this. I'm wil Iir/  ter do all the killin' that's necessary  fer the Farney fambly. -Wilier, she  jest naturally hates anythin' or any  one. that threatens you, Dorkin���������an'  she kin shoot like hell.     You tell mc  He rose, at length, having scarcely  touched his food, and sought the  scented out-of-doors. As he passed  slowly up the path, Willow came from  LaPeer's cabin, and stood waiting for  him. The morning sunlight bathed  her brown, waving hair, and glorified  her sweet face. She smiled him a  quick "Good-morning," and laid her  brown band on his arm, in the old-  time caress.,   .  Hc had missed the tou-ch of he* fingers on his arm, missed many of those  old familiar intimacies* which lay baclt  of  the  valley,  on  the  other side  of  tnA   nrrtnlr   jvlwirvvrtr-   rrvm.St rtrxA   rx���������it   ���������rx���������t-   -w    xr.xrxr..   v.. v txx..,f������    {������*��������� ilawbl   VXAtVA    0.-01*1*   ..  anhood. Now, her touch brought  home to him a realization of what he  had lost, and what he would know  again only at rare intervals, as now.  "Willow, the Wistf." he hah* whispered, his heart surging to a note that  thrilled above a!l others of his world;  then he checked ^himself and fought  back to the present order of things.  "Willow, the; Wisp," he repeated,  "you are growing away from me. The  girl who used to scold me, andtcaution  me, and romp with me, is gone. I  miss my little pal, and I long for the  fairyland into which she used to waft  me with her violin."  "Then she hasn't made you quite  forget���������all that, Dorkin?" she asked  eagerly.  "She?"  "The girl with hair as yellow as  adder-tongues an' eyes as b!ue as  swamp-linnet's eggs-*-~the beautiful  girl who has been with you so much  lately, Dorkin?"  Hc placed his hands on her shoulders, and smiled down into her upturned face.  VYou know she has not," he answered. "Why should you ask that,  Willow, the Wisp?!'  f,To be continued)  T ���������  By Gertrude BeresforcL  Among the frocks that are designed for wear at the fashionable fesorts  are many whose lines anticipate the  mode for spring. This interesting  dress is fashioned from a bisque-colored organdie. Narrow bands of  the organdie jfipc the quaintly cut  sleeves, outline thc armholes and  neck. The panels on the skirt and  bodite are also made of flat bands of  organdie. These insets are dessgn=  ed so that they look like grill work.  The sash is picoted and is caught beneath the hem in the 'panel manner  that is so much in vogue. The hat  of bright green straw is trimmed with  leaves of organdie.  t#ep s&frts wer������ wan by those "wi������  Ante asked ihe druggist for, and insisted  ������a bavins the g-emihae Fayoiitg 3fr&>  fexipticm pot  op by Doctor.  Pierce ov������?  ������fiy years age,  Diees i&s  ���������������banged very  aauoh sinee  fh���������3������f BatDffs  Pierce's medicines contain  the same dependable ii-'  gredienta.  TJiey are stand"  ard today .ns.  as they wer������  30fty years age  wad never cotrfelaeS alcohol.  Seautj' <a������pea-3s open Siealtao  Worry. Hleepleae xrights, headaches,  n&insg disorders and weakness of &  distinctly feminine ������bat-wcte? in -ash-arS  time bring the dull eye, tbe H crow's  feet,*-5 the haggard look/drooping  ehouldere, aha tne faltering step.  To retain the appearance o; youth  yon must retain nealth.   Instead of  - lotions* nowd-ers And naints, ask your  druggist" for Doctor Pierce's Favorite  Preacriotion.  Pbitkbw, 8A������k.*-w Doctor Pierce's  Favorite Prescription curect me when  all other medicines failed. Ilh~ home  doctors could do nothing for me. I  happened to see Dr. Pierce's advertisement in the paper, sent for ibe medi-  ������hue, and felt a great benefit from even  the first few doses. I took bnt a few  bottles until I was entirely well. I  ������annot speak too highly of the merits  of the Presoription.������ Mas. Jawet  BbowHj B. B. i.  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A  simple and effective remedy is Mother  Graves'  Worm Exterminator.  you'll  hide her rifle, an'    I'll    sleep  happy."  "I'll do my best,' Danny," Dorkin  assured him, and passed out, drawing  the skin curtain across thc door behind him.  DOpD'S'{\  I \mTT% HI ;  ^/i oP\ LLS,,;-  ���������/'/ , V  IT.;, J    mm   mm   m-9 ���������       ���������  I    \   -. . \   \, ."v.  t *' *'. A ���������>,  CHAPTER XX.  A* the first streak of dawn the  trappers in the big room were astir,  an<f an hour later thcy had breakfasted nnd wore ready to take thcir orders from Dorkin, when he came in,  fresh and wide-awake, after his morning dip in the lake.  "Boys," he greeted X~\<.m, "you  haven't had much chance to sleep, but  you'll have a good opportunity to  rest up to-day. I'd like you, onc and  all, to go along with Pete, who will  place you at different points in the  outer Preserve, Please remember,  though, that you are not to fire on  any person you may sec sneaking  through the woods. Keep well under cover, keep a good lookout, and  if you 8ft*? anything worth-whil-?, you  ean report this nv/'nlng to ro������. Pete's  wife is preparing a lunch for each of  you and for certain reaoonfl, which I'll  explain later, I drsJrc that you do not  come In until d������rknei������,������ has fallen."  H*. iraited, a������ he noticed with what  pride each of the trappers held hl������  new rifle, and raised a finger in warning. "Remember, now," hc cautioned, "no ������hootlri*g, unl-rss I pass the  word, To-morrow, If you like, -we'll  hav*. a rffguhir old-fash ion ed shooting-  match -down alonw the lake."  WAGSTAFFE'S  Pure Strawberry Jam  Pure Raspberry Jam  v Mado TV-cm  Fruit cu������������fl Qranulat-Ml fax-gear...  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Eighty-nine applications were received in the Dominion Government  Lands Office at Calgary in January  for petroleum and natural gas fights  in.the province,of Alberta The total  area of land blanketed by these rights  in January is 14,240 acres.  With a membership of 4,286 and  total assets amounting to $45,009, the  Dominion Shorthorn Breeders closed  one of the besi years in the history  of the association. Receipts amounted to $58,970 for the past year, whilst  expenditures totalled ������58.741, the cash  balance being $229. Of the 4.286  members, 2,357 reside in the province  of Ontario. The association made-  grants to fairs and exhibitions - last  year totalling $8,182.  ,~-K?-rXXl*ir*  Irsmishes  Forever  Prompt���������Permanent���������Bel! et  CARTERS LITTLE UVEEt PEAS  never (ail. Purely vege*    jo*-  table���������act aurelv but .etrnm-i^  ������eotf? -0Q Sue ������&_m^Wm^stPt^  titer |WAff������S&������t^i  fctop aster- Sa3SHSH - - * *-5-H" !  O>ocev 4tt>  trese���������correct indige*  ttoo: ftno-rove  tiis eemgSfigjea ��������� brighter the eves.'  eSuall Pill���������Small Hose���������Small ffWce  mm-~~m-m---mwm--~0aWKmm0--0--mmmmm  -   -  The ant, declared by naturalists to  be the most intelligent of all creatures except man, is found in all  parts of the world except the Polar  regions.  A singular feature to be seen in  Japan on New Year's Day is a grass j  rope running from house   to   house,' _    .-.  Z. ...    , ���������*.. ...������ t������   ���������    D-. C-~~~~c������ Oins-iest -s-rtH relievo you  with symbolical decorations.      It ts Sai J^ord lasting benefit,    eoo. a pox  il Stg  t>o not auff*������  another dav w;;a  ItoSutaz, Klsed.  lag, or riotrud.  tag Pile*. Me  sargto&l opec  ft Uo a required,  navoac-g  believed, to ward off evil spirits dur  sing the year.  OU|e        wut ������������������*--    WA|    ftU  Bates St *~.., UraKedL  Toronto. /S^^^g^V^fW^.^3  dealers* cr Edmenaon,  Toronto.  Sample Box to  paper and ei  In London today there are less  than one-third as many evening  newspapers published as there were  125 years ago.  Sriinard's Liniment F������>r Burns, Etc  Canadian Sheep Exported.  Over 5,000 more sheep were e*  ported from Canada in January of  this year compared with .the same  month in 1920, the figures being 14,779  for January, 1921, and 9,764 in the  same period a year ago. Of the 14,-  779, Saskatchewan exported 8,037 lind  Alberta 2,541.  KEEP UTILE ONES  WELL m WINTER  tt Sri* ammmm  The publisher -of the beast Farmeir'a paper  in the Maritime PfOTinces in writing to us  states:  "I would -say -that I do not know of a  medicine that has stood the test of time like  MINARD'S LINIMENT. It has been an  unfailing remedy in our household erer since  I can remember, and has outlived dozens of  ���������*3-*3*ald-be -competitors aad imitators."  Railway 'ties made of earthenware  are used on some of the railways of  Japan's   largest   lake* is   thirty-six  miles long. ..'*'.  t  ts>  Winter Is a dangerous season for J p  the little ones. The day9 are changeable���������one bright, the next one cold,  and^stormy,. that the mother is afraid  to tzike 'the children -out for the fresh  air and exercise they;; need so much.  In consequence they are often cooped up in overheated, badly ventilated  rooms and are soon seized with colds  or grippe. What is needed to keep  the little ones well is Baby's Own  Tablets. They will regulate the  stomach and bbwel3 and drive out  colds and by their use the baby will  be able to get over the winter season  in perfect safety. The Tablets are  sold by medicine dealers or by mail  at 25 cents a box from The Dr.' Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  The Friend of All Sufferers.-r-Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric Oil is a valuable  remedy to all those who suffer pain.  It holds out hope to everyone and  realizes it by stilling suffering everywhere. It is a liniment that has the  blessing of half a ..continent..'- It is  oh sale everywhere and can be found  wherever enquired for.  SOME OF OUR NOVELTIES FOR 1921  HEW BUMM-iNK'S TOI-^TO^^ Pr2^*  ...   tiv-e, and bes*    " "" "* *"   ~ ~      ���������*������������������������>���������������-  -  emoothrfinn. ������i������w*'*.���������������������������"~������ *������~^������������������-������-.���������-;*  keeper and shipper: nnlikeimost vaneti  FktTWO seeds 25c, 5 for $1.00.  Postpaid.    NEW ALBINO TOMATO���������Pure white in -color, contalnlnr no acM -whatever, vent  handsome, smooth fruit, a good cropper, and meduua early.   Pkt. 25 e-seiaa SOe.  4 for $1.00.  Postpaid.  EARLIEST OP ALL CUCUMBER���������Tfee beat extra early, white spine type, feoft unfi.  form, tapering slightly and abruptly at both ends, c������lor epo^i deep -green, and aa  ���������excellent shipper. Pkt. 10ce ez. 30c., 2 oz. S0c.4 oz. 90c VostgwL  nuiJCE'S GOIDEN JUSTICE SWEET CORN. It iajoaeqaalled in fiaror. s^e^iesa  "" aad tenderness, and ot aae table aopearaucc. a -riea cteaiay Sfei-sw���������������t is a nieaiasa  early, a good cropper, and hardier than most varieties,   rici. 10c.. ������ lb. ZQCt  H lb. 35^, 1 lb. 6������c   Postpaid.  Admire Canadian Bankk  The average man will die for want  of air in five minutes, for want of  water ia a^veek, for want of sleep in  ten days.  fHEE FOR THS ASKING���������Our vainabie uiuatratea eataioguaa, i2S ps&������ of g**}*.  Plants, Bulbs, Fertilizers, Insecticidea. Sprayers, Mowera, Rollera, S������d DnUa,  Garden Implements. Incubators, Broodei^Poultry Poods and Supplies, estc. Write  for it today. ���������**������������������������������  i JOHN  A. BRUCE ������  OX,  LSMTTED ;",  1     Seed Merchants since 1333 HAMEJTON,  ONTARIO  Send for  Book of  Recipes,  FREE I  Asthma Brings Misery, but Dr. J.  D Kellogg's Asthma Remedy will  replace the misery with welcome relief. Inhaled as smoke or vapor it  reaches the very inmost recesses of  the bronchial passages and soothes  them. Restriction passes and easy  breathing returns. ���������" If you knew as  well how this remedy would help you  as do many grateful users, there  would be a package in^your home tonight.     Try it.  Youth  and Aeo  ���������THERE is no time in woman's life that she cannot  benefit by the use of Dr.  Chase's Nerve Food in ordei  to keep up the supply of pure,  rich blood and to ensure a  healthful condition of the  nervous system.  Headaches, neuralgia, eleepleea-  neu, nervotu apella, Irritability  tired, worn-out feellns������. Boon disappear when the vigor and energy oi  the nerve* are restored by the uat  et thte great restorative.  10 cents a box, ������ tot 9&TO. all dealers, or  Bdmenso-a, Bates it Ce., Ltd., Toronto  American  Writ'era   Speak   In   High  Praise of the Canadian Banking  System.  The foreign reputation of the Canadian banking system is well illustrated in the apologies with which  two American writers in the current  journai of the Canadian Bankers' Association open their articles. George  VV. Edwards, of Columbia University, discussing foreign acceptances,  remarks that to describe this subject  in general "would be to carry coals to  Newcastle, for bills of -exchange   in '-..  general are understood better north HoW*S This ?  than south of the border." Henry A.]    We offer $100.00 for any case of catarrh  Stimson, New York, writing on the.. ������������*       education work of the National City  Bank of New York, says: "I am aware  that the banks of the United States  have little to present that will be instructive to  the Canadian batiks."  To socialize Berlin's housing and  servant problem, the municipal government plans to tax empty rooms  and multiple servants. The tax will  be graded according to thc number of  rooms and servants.  In 2 f Ss 10.  and  20-lb, tins  *  The Corn Gems you said were the best  you had ever eaten^ were made-with  a tablespoonful and a half of Crown  Brand Syrup instead of sugar.  To be had al all Grocers  S tim. CANADA STARCH CO., LtUXTBD, MONTREAL*  Crown Brand Syrup  "STie Great Sweetener" a*  Minard's  Liniment  where.  tor sale  evety-  ceinnot be relieved by HALL'S  CATARRH  MEDICINE.  HALL'S CATARRH MEDrCMTE Is tile-  en Internally and acta throuijli the Blood on  the Mucouk Surfaced of the System.  Sold by druggists for over forty years.  Price 75c     Testimonials free;  F. J. Cheney Si Co., Toledo, Ohio..  tf  y.  BreaH  WHEN   YOU   USE  -At j.              ��������� . T- ' tV        ''XUjm-tZ  ' ^.J'-.l.r'A? '  Investigate Canada's Fuel Supply.  The appointment of a special committee of the House of Commons to  inv.estlgate the future fuel supply of  Canada and report thereon, is to be  urged upon the house by Dr. Michael  Steele (South Perth). Dr. Steele  would have the committee given full  power to call for all persons, papers  and records, to examine witnesses under oath, and report from time to  time,   -*_.  The mouth of the River Nile ts 155  miles wide between the extreme  points on the Mediterranean coast.  'Fashion.  She (after much turning and primping).���������Do they show?  Husband.���������What, your ankles?  She.-���������No silly, I don't mind my  ankles.    I mean my cars, of course!  r  \V.   N.   U.   1358  WHITE STAR YEAST  Refuse Substitutcu���������THERE ARE NONE ������*Juat as Good"  Samples on Request  The White Star Mfg. Co.. Winnipeg  Just Imagine  The dolictou* freierrM you would ������uke U roe ceeM walk ~~t imt* im eKchtrd ot  Ome Thousand Acres el rlee, lusel������������s fruit, U Ut* -stek el cfndiUw, ������leklnf oalr  the choicest, using nothin* with it bat, pur* c*������������ susrmr, ted IL U s-4el|tisn, r-Vi  fed ue meet selwtlSo mschinsry to turn It eat���������Deert /ta UiltUc yeer fsns would  M lest about psrleetl   Xkl* ts |u������t h������w  E.  D. SMITH & SONS. Limited  f MAKM THftlt JtxHM AND JBLLIK1  Ttur we������<S the tret; te m������k������ P������ur������ Jxmx Im Ceaadv tei sr������ sHH losdlsg  le fefulsrltr.   Tr? * ��������������� ���������! their ���������������������������. eesseet ���������Krswbscrf.    It U dsllclsu������.  Ask yew gives* ~~* t~ O. Sssldi*������ Ja������s whb the Us������U l*xi \-~r--  B. D. Smith ft Son*, limited   ^SSSK StfT^JT^  Western DleHrtbetsrs  Wktsee (k Trwes-fsle, WleelfjMt, Kese^u Mitf Beurtctteee*, fesb   DeutU Od ttsfi Ce^ BlffiiSi&*^  ft^j������������������j������i^*-*������**w������**^i^^  - -"'-:."ixLriJ .iZr^.4.,0.,^..,-viijff^//e?~t%!^m^0������%i*~is.m~~tim-~m/.~tr-iSarM.am^ ������������������������-~m  aijilaBiitfwwJiiUM*rs^^rt>iiiwi ������������**<������* n  ������iiaswTy^-^������g6tf������fig>a  "Trr^  1HJB  CBESSTCft   BEVIEW  COLT ASTRAY  Two years old in May. dark brown  <>r bay with a.few white hairs in forehead. Reward to party returning-  same, or giving information leading to  recoyery.    PAUL HAGEN. Wvnndel,  LAND REGISTRY ACT  (Section 24)  In the matter of Lots 158 and 159 of  > Lpr,-S12��������� Group 1, Map 921, Koote-  ;���������'��������� r nay'District. f i*  Pi-6of ha,v:������g* been filed in my oSice.  of the loss of Certificate of Title No.  4787 1 to the above-mentioned lands^in  the name of John M. Butier, and bearing date the 21st March. 1917, I hereby  pive notiee of my intention at the expiration of one calendar, month from  the first publicatihn hereof to issue to  the said" John M. Butler a fresh Certificate, of Title in lieu of such lost Certificate: Anv person having any information with reference to such lost  Certificate of Title is requested to  communicate with the undersigned.  Dated at the Land Registry Office,  Nelson, B.C.. this 7th dav of March,  A.D. 1921.  E. S. STOKES.  "    District Registrar of Titles.  Dateof first publication March 11,1921.  TMP   PHPQTtTSW  RFVBFU/rexPen^sineuri''t'd'"and noexpeiulitui-  ine. uniiOByrg ������e.vBt^jesofch<it.tbail w4mfc-may b, u,vnled  ���������'������������������ j routine, will be allowed   except   with  Issued every Friday at Oresi,������m, fi.Ct -. the consent of the finance   committee.  Subscription: $2.50 a year in advance. !  S3.00 to U.S. points. I  ���������������   .-  -rrt-ly^yzt^;  ii."' Z. i j rr ^PS*.  "~ f.  TO FARMERS  vSM  C. F. Hayks, Editor and Owner,    lOliy, tll6 CoHVlCt  "Scores Success  \. ���������  ORESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, MAR. 18  Beard ef Trade  -*-  \M'k.~.-.   -Ml���������   -  ncsn n  1.11  We, the undersigned,. do  hereby agree to close our  stores each and every  Wednesday com mencing-  from APRIL 6 to NOVEMBER 30th, 1921, at 1  p.m., Town Time.  P. Burns & Company, Ltd,  Ore  Cti-jTm-rk  spany,  Mercantile Go.  Mnwson Brothers^  A. D. Manuel. ,  S.ZtA. Speers. .  IM  Signed this 7th day March,  1921, in the presence of  ..V".":Mawson.. ~- r,p:pi  BREAD���������The finest product of  the oven;   in either White,  Brown, or the popular Currant Loaf.  CAKES,   Cookies,    Doughnuts  Swiss Roll  PORK PIES fresh made every  Wednesday and Saturday.  Wedding; and Christening Cakes  made to order.  4 full line of Chocolates and.  Candies carried in stock.  Our goods have always pleased  others; we feel sure you will  -find them satisfactory.  GIVE US A CALL.  BERT NORRIS  PoNtoffioe Blk. CRESTON  President Bevan had a gooc? turnout  of members for the boarel of trade  meeting on Tuesday last, and the session'proved to one of the niost intei*est-  jng'f'fld important fof several months  past.-"      .    -  The most' important item on the  program was an interim report from  Chairman Garland of the municipal  committee, who presented quite a comprehensive report on the procedure to  be taken in organizing a village municipality as well as detailing some of  the direct benefits that would accrue  fiom having the town section erected  into a regularly constituted village  mntm-ipality. All present were so taken with his report that the committee  w-is instructed to submit the fullest  possible statement in the matter at the  next meeting, following u hic-h it is likely some definite steps, will be taken to  have a village municipality formed.    v  Chairman Hayes of the publicity^  committee outlined a scheme for entertaining a party of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta newspaper men who  will be returning from a pi-ess association convention at Vancouver about  the middle of June. They will be travelling by special train and the idea is  to have^them arrive here either at  breakfast or dinner time and serve  them with ;a spread of strawberries  and cream and other seasonable*fruits  and vegetables, as well .as, the other  viauds necessary-to round off a square  meaL.rncidentally the pressraeu will  be supplied With a write up of the Valley 'for.theii-^pfstpers aiSd given, a supply  of boost literati-ire as well. Headquarters' of the��������� pi-ess association is being coitujiuni^^^^^ to ascertain  theijj un ber likely'to niake the -tripand.  to tind'out���������jf-i'he^association .: will- cooperate in haying: the -return trip routed via the pibw line.  The correspondence included, a letter  of appreciation from Mr. Memmrtrie  in connection with the president's efforts;.t-Q.haye*the Cl.P^R. do .the. right  ^hingiW-ithtihed-itiichers in tliWi-e f-end-  Ibg pp^.-^ohs5in.*tlie Alice? Siding section, ^'ty-*^ was-iHlso a letter from Ike  Lewis of. Sirdar asking the board's  assistance-in getting theC.P.R,. togiye  him reasorably easy access to the  steeok and freight* unloading platforms  in case the company should decide to  pi-dceed with the filling in of the present trestles iu the Kootenay Lauding  section. The transportation committee already, have the uiattei up for  consideration with the C.P.R. superintendent.  Chairman Cemipton's report for the  irrigation committee provoked a timely discussion of the Arrow Creek irrigation scheme in which Jas. Adlaij-d  very clearly outlined the progress already made and the rnoyes that, aye  still to be made before ii-rigation is  finally accepted or rejected. Mr. Adlard made it quite clear that all the  petitioners were at present entitled to  ���������.should the water eommissinners at  Victoria give their consent���������is u report, by a competent engineer as tothe  cost, and when it is presented the  people will then have to say whether  they want irrigation or not.  The rapid extension of board   effort  in the last year has made it abundantly clear that if the board is to function  a* a live board Ought to   then a membership of   ago   is   totally   inadequate.  ! Foi- 1J*21 the-due-* will be on   an assess-  I ment, plan, and are not to exceed   $25  ��������� per member.      At   the   end   nf every  ; three months everv   ni ember   will   be  levied oiifo-- his pro rata   ahare nf the  [Continued from Page 1  (Harry Brown); one tiui'e tragic actor,  at present time "LeKoke" with am-isiug  i   '-1 u  ideas on what constitutes a perfectly  dressed-gentleman. Naturally an eccentric comedian;"'r.hi.s role"keeps a  ripple of laughter through ���������'the entire  play.. His ������tte.!������p.ts :tt gentility ate  overdone, and though' he is continually harping on good form he is absolutely ignorant of " what' it really  means. All 'goes well until his love  affairs are interupted by Jack son).Tack  Head, the negro footman, a comedian  of the first order,- who objects very  much to "Wayside'e" check ������uits and  rainbow ties and also to the fact that  the same gentleman has accepted a  position as butler in the home of M5������s  L(-nathaving become too tired to work.  So exasperated i.s Jackson that-he  finally gives "two weeks notice that  he quits at once," which biiugs him to  the attention of James Barclay (Henry  Christensen), a comparatively young  man. ban! hearted and vindictive,  good looking and wealthy. A pecul-  iai-and somewhat attractive nharact-  ei���������horses, cards, wine and women  and the president of a huge bank.  Alwavs well dressed, suavelv polite,  and yet at times insoient and oyer  bearing, he is a complex person," and  is not altogether understood by bis  aunt. Mrs. Van Cruger. (IWrs. Alma  Lidit-oatt). charming kind hearted matron of forty years.  Her kindness, her terrible -disappointments :an<l finally her happiness  carries everyone with her to th-3 en*I.  A difficult role, well played, -showing great emotion**1.strains, supported  by a /'toilette exceptipneile," brown  georgette - i ver' bl iie>*. si Iks, tri iu ni i n gs  of gold lace, blue serge suits, georgette .waist, and evening dress of "-'tulle  c'ouleur feu" over,rthder' dress of cloth  of silver.   -Judge/Van Grngeit (Chas. Faulknei)  of the.-supreme:court;'a  stern   elderly  man, one who-has.;jbad   a   hard   life,  with inany.terii-ibl-^^ dissappointnients.  family and fina������,{������������!Awnibl.es, 'and'fear-  .fUl:^ado^V'..h*^ig^  charact^r who quick^y-.-:-appeaIs - to. the  audience.*...;-    .:���������;?.' P :'?-y l." ��������� ?P?l-  The entire pla.v:ta fees two; hours and  a half, and fi-om.s beginning.. to end is  full of surprise and action. The scenery throughout; luxurious halls and  and povertjevstrickeh rooms; prison  offices and;outdoor scenes, al-nuiged  to give the most pleasing and realistic  effects. The greatest.ieom u|i ment that  can be paid this drama is- that bum  erous people who witnessed the pi o-  duction on Satuidav *tast .-are Vu-i-ang-  ing to see it at Oreston <>n. the 21st^  ���������^miiii ���������!��������������������������� rnrna      m   nee. il.     il    ������������������ ��������� ���������     m**ini'm^ei������>ei������ni������     ������������������' '��������� ���������n'^���������iie���������  LAND  CLEARING  ���������Slim1 Lewis and Krank Lew is ate*  n<nv open to take any contract, for  clearing land. Stumps,pulled and left  on ground a specialty.^"', Allwoi-kdone  in workmanlike marinei-. Address,  General delivery, Cieston.    ���������  ���������  im.    i   ....      ���������-��������� i.n-iiM���������n.������i.iir>iiinwwi>niM������iilFiHi������-iiii*"   hi iim������i i    mn���������ii���������WI  TOWN PROPERTY FOR SALE  A Savings Account is  like  a ;weed ��������� one������  started you can't stop it growing.  Don't run risks by keeping money around  the house.    Place it in  a 'Savings Account  with this Bank, where it will always be safey  Interest paid at current rate-    ���������< i   -  IMPERIAL BANK  t~~  CRiBSTON -BRANGH,  C. W.. ALLEN,  Mana-fer.  IT IS WISE  fo have your car thoroughly overhauled and  every detail looked over at leant once a year,  * especially during the winter month.s, when the  time in whieh the ear is laid up does not h  convenience one. We offer only the bent in  workmanship and nuppliea  AUTHORIZED FORD SKRVU.K STATION.  GRESTON SERVICE GARAGE  UDQATE BROS.  PHONE St  fl-room house (with bathvoom). 150x  422 ft. lot; 50 apple, plum and ulierry  trees beai-ihg on the h t. Ininiedii'te  possession. TerniH rigjit. T. BAINES.  Oreston.  Drainage, Dyking and Development Act  ; D.O.S. 1018, Oniip. m.  Arrow Creek Irrigation District  Notloo is lioroby j?l von that the CoinmlHgion-  ora of thQ,Arrow Crook Irrigation District Intend to preHont a petition, nuornod by n mf-Jor-  Ity In valuo of tho owners ot.tlio, lands propoH-  ed to ho included thoroin, to tlio Lloutonant-  Govornor.lu Connoil of tha Province' of .British  Columbia In'accorclaitflb with Qocttoir Oof tho  Drainage Dyking and Dovolopmont; Act 1018.  Tho said petition-ahowoth:    ���������  1. That tho potltionorn conatl'tuto a. majority  in valuo of tho owners of tho , followinir *--������'  orlhod landH, that Is to nay:  All ancl frtngiilar thone parcels or tmofc������ of  land lying "Ituato and bolng in tlio Dlatrlota of  KrlokHon, CrcRton and AUoo Hiding and  moro  particularly whown on a coi-tnlrt blue print pre-  pared by im District Knglnoor of the Depart'  riie-nt of Lands and nnmhorwl !W and onMCuled  "Plan ia accompany roport oii  Arrow Crook  liTlwitlein Hohoino,"  a. That tho iietltlotiorw aro d������*ili*lo������H of having the nald UuhIh rtovolopod and Improvtinl by  Ihoenxocnfcloii, malntcnaaco and opeuratlon of  ���������.vorfcHjfor tho i������h-i)ono of: ������������������*������������������       ....  (anrbo dlvnr������lon and wtorago -*������������������l ������l-olIv-  ��������� ry of water to tho landH for Iw-Igatlon pur-  Imwoh, Htewinn piirjK>H������ nnd  waterworke pur-  IMM������).  * OilTiiodlvoi-wlop, Htornirnand \t.o of water  for the generation of oloeuUoal enowr?'.*  (<!) Tlio ,'tijpply of 4ilottLrl������������il onorvy tq tho  V*.'iMtnn^ of tho nrononod dliiUtct..  ! a. Tliat the p^tlt-ltin^rn <le������lr������ to Appoint eom-  i niiHminnrra^ for the j mntjltiit wit -or the-- nald  * workn the follpwjtig: -      -  I, tlmnm VampUm, Jainoa Aellarel, VV. C. Little.  'John. -  '    I, That t!i������: jM'Mlhiij*-'-:**   dehlit' U>  nrtlili'  the  wild lllWrhl, ',  '"riien Arnmv ������.Ynok IrrlKiU-ton Dl-Jitiiet"  .IAK A DLAWD  W. O. WTTMCTOHN  JAR COM>Tr)J3  SRGURiTY  A Sayings Bank Account not  only provides an a&suraiic*^ for the  present, but guarantees; you security  in tbe future.  To save is to succeed-  70A  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  PAID-UP CAPITAL       *        -        $15,000.000  RESERVE FUND -       . ~: ^ ��������� $15,000,000  CRESTON BRANCH,- C G. Betmett, Manager.  aagKBmV-^mmmmtfm  mmtmaumam  ..\ .   ...LL  ft-lt'*  iJ.ii**f*ro  ,  '  . :   tor ivieii , ;  ��������� ��������� Wool "Tiiix-ed Bc������k������^45e.*j  Heatherfuiixed .Socks, 50c aad 75c.  All wool grey Soqks, 756., 90c. ahd=95c. .  , Artie Socks, very heavy, $1.10 and $1.25.  .1 ' r        -  Ladies' Hose  -   Special values in Black Cotton, 45c.  Special values in Brown, 50a'and 55c.  Penman's Lisle at 80c,  Cashmere finish, heavy*- 7~*o.  Cashmere at 1.10, 1.15'$1.65.  For Boys and Girls  All sizes frem 4 to"10|-in Wool and Cotton at  prices from 35c. to ^1:25���������very special values.  ���������*1  Oreston Mercantile Cpnipahy  LIMITED  D0IHG  BUILDING  We can  tfliipply  , 't^ortlan^'.^  ^^'Ceinent*^-''-^->^::-?  Ltitne-."v.;   ���������������������������'������������������ p:  'or ' ���������':''"    ";" '.  FIXING UP  '  jP  ���������  *                     ��������� .      I                  **"���������  Shingles  Lath  ': Lumber Pr  all sizes and  grades.  i<>               ���������           '1-      ���������   ',                 *'V                    V'     ;'���������'  ��������� ���������              t ,*             ���������                       ���������������'.'"      ,���������."'. *������"'i*i^   **  Canyon City Linier fioihjjiy  LIMITED                                      ..          >������ ���������  fl liae Repairinj  Men!s Half Soles, $1.25  Women's Half Soles, $1.66  Guaranteed for 6 months.  Alex. Misrahefli  .Shoemaker .���������,-���������-' CRESTOtt  m    l mm m -ar- *~ atM  ~~J  foi'lVU  ���������~4 rrva mmmmm   ^.mj-jrm /H 'mm. Jmm'Aa *r^m M       Im/m   ~-0 r-wS-  i. j. -L-,^0 * ���������*      -��������� ���������_     Y7  A Talk on Oie Proceedings of tbe United Farmers of Britten Columbia 1921 Convee-  Han 'e������ VeHsskper by A. ������. Sisat)s~t~, Seiega������e't~t.f6rgs, et ths Inarch  Meeting of, Brickson 'W'RZlZbcal '*"'"��������� '-' '  Io  !m.P-������3k**--.  taav h -w  ������������������a-aaajr  Meat in the  This is the'first ques- -  tion tjhat presents itself  to the housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a meal.' But' why  worry?  Shamrock Brand  ,  Jtegshs and Bacon  rmesi   %gua~~zy  *  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  Bologna, &c.  - x. '  are   always   to   be   had  here.   In meats nothing  quite equals  products.  'Shamrock*  .*-,-Through .the. press including'' the-  official organ, the United Farmer, yon  have had a better'outline of the doings  in. convention "than "1 would be able to  1 *      t I- . .*    -  give youi "What Fhave to say this evening will,*t-ha: efoVe,; be;along the lines  . jrif conclusions which JHiave arrjvedLat  as the result being a delegate, There  were many times that my thoughts  drifted back to our friends in Oreston  Valley, and how.I did wish, that all .of  you could.havehad the opportunity of'  reaping the benefit of a gathering of  this kind. There is one thing t wish  to bring home to you particularly and  that is how harmonious everything  went. ������������������ Although time and again dis*  cussions wei-e at fever heat, there were  no personal   encounters,   and   finally  'When H dtxtr-itziQri     sxttta    fnnghcM?     uvorv.  one bowed with good grace.  The convention had-.not been convened very long before it was, clear to  everyone.that the delegates were not  curiosity shop seekers, but were full of  pep and ready to take their .full share  in the work of buildinir~a foundation  upon which your organization is bound  to succeed.  1 wish to pay . the   highest   cnmpli-  Tfae Oriential Question  Strong- resolution $sking for prompt  action. \t It was clearly to be seen that  this is one of the most vital questions  to be.dealt with and it is hoped .that  every local wilL.give room Jor open  discussions so jastjo press home the ne  eessity of action on the part of bojth  the Dominion and Provincial Governments. -   , __  Recently a statement was made by  the president of a Japanessp association in the state .of Nebraska, and this  was published in. Japanese coast papers  that many of the 700 Japanese in Nebraska came from Hawaii and Mexico,  without passports,- in violation of the  tei ros of the gentlemen's agreement  with Japan.  It i*= explained that they have recourse to intermarriage of white farmers daughters-and shopkeepers of  that 10 per cent   of  KT<  braska Japanese have already married  white* women and, that the number of  marriages will probably increase. An-  nother part of.the article states that  ������������������The,day will come 'when the real  strength of the Japanese will make a  ���������clean  sweep-of all  laws."      Do   such  ' butthis decision in no way   interferes  | with  the   liberty   of   any   individual  ��������� member,   local,    district   ov  division  promoting political action   in   the interests of a farmer candidate."  Mr. Ooe of Okanagan, who seconded  my motion to -amend, substituting the  word VAny" for that of "Farmer"  threw the debate into different channel  for a while,- but to expedite matters  and for sake of harmony we withdrew  oui* ftniendmeR*^.  The resolution leaves it open for you  as locals or districts to do  as you like*  Beforejeaying this subject  entirelv I  might suggest to y������u   that if .yon, go  into politics, you ,, will -likely.. find   it  necessary to make two distinct   divis-  ions.Demiinion and Provincial. British  Columbia is different  from - those   of  her .sister prririe provinces.     Even in  Saskatchewan .they   make a   diyision  on Dominion and   Provincial   politics  and in fact in that province they have  k<$pt away  from .politics   as a   direct  issue..    They haye   used their forums  to educate their members to a point of  knowing.     The   farmers in Saskatchewan are not in politics,  but   their influence is so strongly felt that they are  in a sense the Government,  One tiouble in this country is that  the average citizen does not care what  happens so long as it does not happen  to him. Some'people care very little  what happens in the political arena  except'during elections.      Would   we  We are passing into a   period when  good men will haye their opportunity,  and poor ones wi!! be weeded out. The  four-flusher has had his day.  ������������������*. People  are taking deep breaths  and thinking  hard;     The world-has been resting on  a volcano bii t the smoldering   flame is  slow ly dying out.     Adjustment ti mes  are with us and Canada has five chances to one, over any other nation of recovering creditably.      You  are a unit  of this great dominion, and   it is up to-  you t-o do. your-bit. ��������� Let us as individuals or cooperatively   consider the interests of all others.  WA TER NOT/GE  Diversion and Use  r.  &G0., Ltd.  ���������  Synopses if     ���������  land Act Imsiitmafiis  Wnimiun price of ttrst-ciaas land  re-auced to ������& an acre; second-class .to  $1.-50 an acre^  Pre-emption  now  confined  to sur  veyed lands*only.  Records wi'l ba -granted covering oniy  land suitable for agricultural purpoaei-  ana which ie non-timber land.  Partnership pre-emptions abolished ,  but parties of not more than four may  arrange    for    adjacent    pre-emptions  with joint residence, but each making  necessary improvements oir. respective ������������������  claims. -       ���������%  Pre-emptore must occupy claims for  five years and make Improvements to  yalue of $10 per acre. Including clearing and cultivation of at least 5 acres  before receiving CTown- Grant.  where pre-emptor in occupation not  less tnan S years, and has made proportionate improvements, he may, because of ill-health, or other cause, be  granted intermediate certificate of lm  provement and transfer his claim.  Records without permanent residences may be issued provided applicant makes improvements to extent oi  9300 per annum and records same each  year. Failure to make improvements  or record same will operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained'In  ������BB-,V1?? B y������*1*. and improvements  of $10.00 per acre, including 6. acres  -cleared and cultivated, and residence  of at least 2 years are required, -h  Pre-emptor holding Crown ^rant  may record another pre-emption, if he  requires land in conjunction with his  mentsto   your  delegates   in   Messrs. j |88mes m these interest you?  Wood and Packman. Early in the  game the chairman picked off Mr.  Packman for the reception committee.  '���������Daddy" Woods proved to be a good  mixer, and left Vancouver with a host,  of new made friends. At all critical  moments he was Johnny 'on the spot.  Far as myself is concerned, they stowed me-away into the realms of finance  on the Finance Committee.  Financing the U.F..  The Finance Committee was granted, until Thursday morning to submit  its report. .*��������� To*- the best of its ability  this committee considered the physical conditions, past, presentand future,  from eyery angle. To properly function the organization must be placed  On a   sound   financial    footing.      We  granted land.  -������S������fu^Sy.e<La^?a,8������ ~ot ������*������������*<Hng 2o  wares, may be leased as homesites;  !������&& *��������� Soto*"* after fuimiing^resF  ������������ntlal and Improvement conditions.  For gracing and Industrial purposes  areas exceeding 040 acres may be  leased by one person or company.  Mill, factory or Industrial sites on  timber land  not  exceeding   40  acres  !2KLi*2*l2!fe5,*,fl' ������������n<������ttonB include  payment of stumpage.  hltf ������iVSil������J,^-J!ne*<low,lL,naccesslble  by iff?8*^ -J^ott*** may; be purchased  ^"���������^"^R0? constructionTof a road  JS.1!"?^ ^15*^.������* onerhal'of cost of *  ������& r.0tml3S!50<,,nar h^f of''*������*-���������  m.m\.m~       ������������.*������������������������������������������? *��������� ������������*i**'/\ ��������� * * a  good  many  PRK-EMPTORS'      FREE  ft ACT.  The Moi  GRANTS  The Moo* of this Act is enlarged to  S[.*���������l?li0*,**i<, ������r*:-wwPtor may apply  $������ Jll~t wnfler thlB A������ in extended  SSS? '&*-*���������!*&* y������a������V*'rom.the death of  ^rS;'cti?������,,, ������3W?- *,$* t^vS  Prgvtalon for r*tuw of moneys ac  #, ini!, on account of-; payments,' ?���������������������  or taxes tin soldiers' vr^tnTuoRa.  imweent^ on ogreements to purchas*  ffl ^SirWrfflffl'-^'^  liettnent to March SI.  1010.  SU������-PURCHASER*  OF  LANDS.  Provision   made   for   Issuance  find *       '���������"b-puroiwiBewg  Crown  ���������Crown  purchasers  wV^ffi*tor,,M'  of  from  complete  eel, purchase  be   dlatrir   '  whole     made by May  terest art t������i������:   Whnro .ub-purb ,-w-  ers do not claim whole of original par-  ���������a&rwssBJssr fe  *.*,..       ���������   OrlAXINOL.'   . i, ������.  QUraalng  Act.   1910.  for    systematic'  <fy������!������������">*2l������ Hvestoclt industry prol������  admlnlstratioti   under   Comml-^Wn "r  Annual tSTe������(i.*r petrwits^Issued. busM  llshed    owners.      nfenrH-ownerH   Mia>  form A������iwiol������n������jii������-ror ilig^ ^nt>U,St  ment.   !������������������������, or imrtlaUy, f#eeiv tit-mM*  things to happen but we made no proviso for'slackers. baokslidei-s, knockers  ^djs^opt^j*-^ In t������uiching you up  for 25 cents per jnonth as dues to the  Central," leaving monies which ye.u  raised lorally to be' spent^at home as  yon see fit, we felt that such a move  would meet with your approyal. Our  report was later adopted by the convention with trifling alterations.  Tbe officers selected, everyon of them,  are well fitted; capable, sincere and  aggressive, and will truuty out the program to :i successful termination this  year. They earnestly ask your sup-  port in evry way and it is your duty  to give the' best yon have.  AD told, there were, 1(15   resolutions  and I will only touch lightly on a few  'bt'i\i~mzz-:'z.''-"'".z;:':,y:'zzz.iz  .Education, Taxation* Roads"'  These resolutions'were discussed at  length and many recomuiendations  were submitted for the. Governments  consideration. In , this connection I  might suggest that matters of a strictly local nature (should receive action  at home aii# through your officers be  passed on to the aroyei-finiebt. officials.  It is your money,the goyernment ad  uiinisteiT, and you haye right to know  how it is spent.  Stumping Powder  ��������� The Legislative Oonirnittee was instructed to take up rigidily with gov-  ernment as to securing one-third rebate of cost to actual settlers and that  thc U.F of B.C. be accorded tliCHume  prlyiligps iw the" Favniers  Institutes.  The Official Paper  , The Boai-d of Directors made nv-  raiigements whereby, the United Farmers wonld continue, on the official organ, without cost to the organization  and members siib-Mcrtption to be optlon-  nl, at 50 cents per annum.  Potato Growers Association  Bvory.encouragement offered and  executives directed to holp out In thr������  movement.. In spenklngon this mutter it whs brongbl ont by one speaker  that over 400 cars of potatoes were Imported into the Province IhsJ year from  the States. It was also cthImod that  the Oi'lontals mi.ule.lhi* price of potatoes In B.C. ' ,   '������������������  CarOperation  " 'Subject hotly delwt������?fl.'; Oeneral fo|-  iition.t,hati(s an organization   (not in-  ���������poiparntedi in present status lt������ scope  .-would be limited to the extent (iff Unci  tlngnieahHto 'help   pr<������lucei*ai' ������������ell1iig  jagencl������*H, distribution,   and   transpor-  tatlon.  Do you  think that yov can- afford to' remain  unorganized? Be .-warned in time.  You can afford the price of 25 cents  per month and yon can also afford -to  lend vour support in every other way.  There were many in the convention  who showed a little shyness at first,  but they became Hye-wires before -very  long. It is a mere' matter of oreuking  the crust.--- taret oil yonr feet at the locals and-see that;yon "express youi-  views. We have in the English language one big word? and it- has greater  meaning any- other word, commonly  used and abused. . That is the word  "MISUNDERSTANDING" A del-'  egate was asked in the morning by the  cl-i-rk of his hotel if he enjoyed the saxophone playing.in the room next to  his during the night. "Enjoy it!" ex-  claimed the delegate, "I should think  not, why, I spent half tht might pound  ing on.the wall, jtrylog^ to make the  man-stop."* '���������It musi'have been a misunderstanding said the clerk. ' The  saxophone player told-me that-the person in the next room applauded him so  heartily that he went over eyery piece  he knew several times." NoW. friends,  I assure that this delegate was.not allowed to be misunderstood at the convention; nor-d.o.1 think that you would  fetve had yoii'bVen"there.'  '   - :',!'PJ        P--  The Reoiec? Letter  I want to'place the article -which ap-  pearetlin the Creston BeyV.w, in line  with, that of the word misnhd'e>-Stand-  ing.. - I point no daggers* afc thelleview  .editor. a������ the article was published in  the Western Farmer of Calgaryr.",.*! do  wish to state that the delegates were  too busy to .pay any attention to red  herrings which might be slipping  across the trail. They were there for  the purpose of building up an organization, embodying broad minded  principles, which could take into Its  folds men of nearly all walks of life.-  British Columbia is made iip of such a  mixture of people and industries that  the line should not be too tightly  drawn.  Made in B.C.  - It is" claimed thiit when the convention delegates' made' it possible for  the Made in B.C. branch of .the, Man,  ufactiirera Association to Invite1 and  seat 16V> people at luncheon at the. Van>  couver Hotel it would appear that ivo  were swallowed up; engulfed body and  soul, by the B.C. nittnufttctujcei-fi. It  was pot only an act of fellowship but  recognition, If you please. The United  Farmers of B.C. h������������v'e arrived. at, a  point where it Is reali-zud .that our In  cro>aslng numbers, business,tactics and  broad minded deliberations count.  We aro not raying from others, but  sifting our <������wn problem. We are  glad to ilston to good advice, but do  Btandt'uloof of anything inflammatory.  " Tb/p British Ooliimbla Manufactur-  ora'AraocWttiim's slogan Ik this: ' Use  Mrtilcln B.C. products: second, that of.  the Dominion; and-then those of the  British Empire. Every industry in  British Columbia *,' Is more. *or less  identical-' If onesiiffers It'reflects on  the <)l;lKii;. Vou fariilMrs belong to tha  clafls of luduHti-y wlilrh is d6mihant.;  politic.      ���������-���������������������������   ',:.; ,.,'  -,' After hours dthato. thla resolution  was filially pai-e-siul: |ti>Holy*������d,t,','lhat.hi  thi* opinion of the convention It is not  desirable for tho IT, F. ofB.C. as a  body to take   direct political   action,  the citizens of our province would keep  a watchful eye and feel personal interests as to the action of civic, provincial and dominion governments, ';&nd  protest through onr organization  against extravagance and poor adhitn-  istration. There is a strong Undercurrent which is undermining onr-  growing citizentry today and that'is  the feeling that, "any * scheme to rob  the rich or beat the (iover-nnient has a  sympathetic sanction," .��������� You gi-oxyn-  nps can think for yourself but- how  about the younger generation; the  ones who will have to rectify our mistakes. When you go to your local  meetings go there full of determination, but leave your temper at home.  You go tnere interested in a reciprocal tnood. If John or Bill beat you in  a debate you pat him on the back and  say alright till next time. '  Organization  My only wish is to -endeavor to impress a little mqre.forcibly,the*need of-  organization before'I close^-'^'V^rgShiz-  ation is simply'the pooling qflsentiui-  erit,.patrictism, energy and influence  of an intelligent and progressive  people vyhose interests are mutual,  with the purpose and view of upbuilding and dignifying the,callings which  they represent. Eyery man must  work" for the other. No man today,  undei present conditions, Ncan alone  and unaided protect himself against  the many unjust demands made upon  him; the unreasonable conditions that  encroach upon and surround him.  LAND REQiSTRYTmOT  ���������-.-.,-,      -   (Section-24);    ;���������*,  In the matter of Blocks 0 and 10 of  Lot 892, Gi'oup 1, Map $98, Route-  nay District, save and except the  North 4 of said Block 0.  Proof having been filed in my office  of the loss of Certificate of Title No.  4063K, to the above-mentioned lands  in the name of John Franklin-Rose,  and bearing date the 2nd June, 1900, I  hereby give notice of my intention at  the expiration of one calendar month  from the .first publication hereof to.  issiie to the said John Franklin Rose  ���������ii fresh Certificate of Title in lieu.of  such lost '.Certificate.''. Any person  having any information with reference to such lost Certificate of Title is  requested to communicate with' the  undersigned. Dated at the Land Reg*  istt-y Office. Nelson, B.C., this 3rd day  of March. A.D., 1021.  E. 8. STOKES,  District Registrar of Titles,  Date of first publication March 11,1021.  Take notice that George- Leach,  whose address'is Erickson, ^ B. C, will  apply for a license to take and use 500  gallons per day of water outof Association Creek, also known as Camp Run  which flows westerly, and drains into  Goat River, about one half mile below  Goat'River bridge. The water will be  diverted from the stream at a point  about ten rods from the northeast corner south of Lot 160, and' will be used  ���������for domestic purposes upon the ~ land  described- a.s Hiock 812, Map ���������, Rodgers Subdivision of Lot ISO. ^This notice was'posted on the ground on the  Ilth of February, 1921.' A copy of this  notice, and an'.application -pursuant  thereto, and to the , Water-Act, 1914.  will be tiled in the'office of the Water  Recorder at Nelson, B1C. Objections  to the application may ' be filed with  the. said witter recorder, or with the  Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, Victoria;^S. - C,-  withinr thirty days after the * first appearance of .this notice in a. local newspaper. The date of the first publication of-this notice is February 25th.  1921.  GEGRSE LEACH, Applicant.  WATER NOTIOE  Diversion and Use -  Take notice that   Mrs.  Ida   Leach,"  vC'hose-'address is " Ericksonr B C, wilT  apply for a, license'to take and use 500  gallons per day of water put of Associ-.  ation Creek, also known as Camp Run  which flows westerly, atid drains into  Goat-River,- about one*-half mile below  Goat.River bridge.  -The water will be  diverted from   the   stream at   a point  about ten rods from the northeast corner south of Lot 160,   and will be uked  for.domestic  tmrposes   upoa the land  described as  Block SI2,   Map ���������, Rodgers Sub-diyibion of Lot 145.    This notice was posted on the   ground on the  llth.-of February, 1621.   A copy of this  notice   and an   application   pursuant  thereto and to tlie " Water Act,   1014,  wiii be filed in tne office of the   Water  Recorder at Nelson, B.C.     Objections  rto|the application   may be filed   with  the said Water Recorder,   or with the  Comptroller  of  Water   Rights   Parliament    Buildings,    Victoria,* B.C.,  within the thirty days after   the first  appearance of this  notice in a local  'newspaper. The date of  the first publication of this notice is  February, 25.  1021  " " .    ' % ~  MRS. IDA LEACH, Applicant.  WATER NOTIOE  Diversion and Use  WATER NOTIOE  Diversion and Use  Take notice that Martin Nelson.���������������  whoHe address is Erlekeon, B.C. will  apply for a license to take and use 600  gallons per day of water out of Burton Crook, which flows southwest, atid  drains Into Goat River, about one  mile below Goat River bridge. The  water will he diverted from the stream  at u point about 45 rods north from  the southeast corner of Lot 108, and  will be used for domestic purposes upon the land described as Block 812,  Map���������, Rodgers Sub-division nf Lot  168.   This notice   was  pouted   on the  fround on tbe 12th day of February,  021. A copy of this notice and an application pursuant thereto/and (Ui the  Water Art. 101 i, will bo filed In tha  office of fche Water Recorder nt Nelson; B.C. Objections to the application may be filed with this said Wat-  eV* Recorder, or with ' the Comptroller  of W-ati'r Rights. Parliament Buildings, Victoria, i'.C. within 30 days af-  tpr the first appearance of this notion  In a local newspaper. The date of the  first publication of this notice ia February 55th. 1021.  Martin nelson, Applicant  Take notice that Mary E. Youcg.-  whose address1 is Erickson, B.C., will"  apply for: a-license .to take- and. use 500  gallons, per day of water, out of. Association Creek, Also known as Camp R^n,  which flows' westerly.^ and drains into,  Goat River about one half . mile, below  Goat Riyer, bridge. The water will be;  diverted from the stream at. a point  about ten rods from the northeast, corner south of Lot 100, and will be used  for domestic purposes upon the land  described as Block812,. Map ���������.Rodgers Subdivision of Lot 155. This notice was posted upon the ground on  Ilth of February. 1021. Acopy of this  novice and an application pursuant  thereto, and the Water Act, 1014, will  be filed in the office of the Water Recorder ab Nelson, B.C. Objections to  the application may lie 'filed, with the  aaid water recorder, or with the Com-  Btroller of Water Rights, Parliament  iiildings, Victoria, B.C., within 30  days after the first appeal ance of this  notices in a local newspaper. Thc firs?  publication of this notice is Februaay.  25th, 1031.  MARYE. YOUNC, Applicant.  WATER NOTIOE  Diversiongand Use ]  Take notice that. John McRcbh.  whOhe.adclreiM������ is Erickson. B.C., will  apply for a license tb take and use 500  gallona-perdav of water outof Association Creek, also known as Camp Run  which flows' westerly and drains Into  the Gost-River one half mile Mow  Goat River bridge. The water will IJe  diverted from the stream at a point  about ten rods from the northeast corner south of Lot 100, and will be used  for domestic purposes upon the land  described as Block 812, Map ���������, Rodgers Sub division of Lots 156 and 157.  This notice was posted on. the ground  on the lltb day of February, 1021. A  copy of this notice and nn application  pursuant thereto and to I ho Water  Act, 10U, will bo Hied in tho office of  the W������t������*T Reeeorder at Nelson, B..C-  Objections U* tho said application mtny  tie filed w|th:said Wnti^r^Recorder. or  with th<������ Conipt roller of Water RigH^s  Parliament Buildings, Victoria. B.Ot.  within-90 d4y*after the first appeitf-  ancaof this itnttee ,ln a local nftw*-  paper. The dot* of the first pubnih.  ation of this notice is February 25tjh.  1021. - 4    -    ���������      *  JOHN MeROBB, Applicant. THE     REVIEW.     CRESTON.     B.     C.  31  Your grocer will ten you  ������ra**!lly*ihai he snaK.es less  profit onRedRoseTea than  on. other teas*  object he has in  s���������<* it Ia to see that you get  Ja.'-mm    mm.  MUX*-.  lhe only  \  -age.l-1  jr   M^^^s  Taxation in Canada  A Granary ior the World  Province c! Saskatchewan Eqtsa! to  The Size of ^France, Belgium, and  Hollaind Combin-sd.  The province of Saskatchewan is  one of the largest wheat producing  areas in the world, producing between  700.000,000 andv800,060,000 bushels it  the past seven years. This province  contains 251,700 square miles equal to  the/size of France, Belgium _and Rot-  land combined, larger than Germany,  and twice that of the British Isles. It  stretches 760 miles' from south to  north, only one-half is surveyed. Of  the total area, there is a land ares, oi  ~s~  TS*1     m*&.r.j0j$,  243.382 square miles,    or    155.764,000  acres.     The area of arable land is es-  There   is an old saying to the effect that every person can be sure of  at least two things���������death and taxes.   There is no escape from either.   The *-*,QaA1/r,   ���������,.,���������������������������     tw������.  adoption of proper methods of sanitation, perseverance in habits of personal   timated at  57 884.161  acre a . VThere  AygLe, Uvins in the open, taking healthful exercise, coupled with all the \ are 5*7 bank branches, an increase of  aids of medical science, may prolong one's life, but in the end death claims  all. So, too, no matter how an individaut may seek to evade the payment  of taxes, and no matter to what corner of the world he may flee, at some  time and in some way he pays a tax. ,  Methods of taxation, and the manner in which they are not only imposed but collected���������and finally spent���������are, therefore, of real importance to  all people, and are deserving of thoughtful study and investigation by all,  and especially by public-spirited men and women who take an interest in  the welfare of their country and desire to see its institutions based firmly  in justice and reason. .  Here in Canada we had taxation before the Great War, and the usual  amount of grumbling because of the necessity of paying- for the upkeep of  government was heard. But, in comparison with the burdens borne by the  people of the older countries of Europe, Canadians did not know the meaning of the word "taxation." Canada was, as nearly as it is possible for  any country to be, tax free. But the Great War changed all this, and today Canada has a huge national debt, in addition to Provincial, Municipal  and School debts, all of which can only be borne by the people paying-  taxes. Through taxation, too, must come the revenues required to cirry  on the business of government and administration, and the maintenance of  public services in all their many branches.  During the war, Canadians were wont to exclaim that they were ready  to give their last man and last dollar to win the war. And while the  struggle lasted they stinted neither. The war was won. It has yet i~ be  paid for, and for decades to come the Canadian people will have to pay.  Canadians recognize that fact, and they are not complaining. They told  their Governments during the war period to go ahead, and they have bo  intention of backing out of the obligations they then assumed.  But the people of Canada have a right to demand, as_ they are demanding with increasing vigor, that the methods by which the necessary revenues  of the country are raised to discharge those national obligations shall be  such as to provide for even-handed justice to all classes in the community.  Nobody appears to be satisfied with existing methods, either those whereby  the taxation is imposed, or those designed for its collection. The farmer  and the consuming masses, including people Oft small fixed salaries, are crying out against what they claim .is excessive taxation by means of a high  customs tariff. The business community, including merchants, -wholesalers and manufacturers, fought with unceasing vigor against the Excess  Business Profits Tax.claiming that it was not only unjust but absolutely  opposed to the best interests of the whole people in that it imposed an impossibly intricate system on the economical and efficient conduct of business, and a cost for collection altogether out of proportion to the revenue j  derived. While some few complain of the Income Tax, it is not generally  condemned in principle, but there is almost universal criticism of, and objection to, the administration of the law and the machinery in vogue for the  collection of this tax. There is also complaint in those Provinces and  Municipalities where, in addition to the Federal Income Tax, there are Provincial or Municipal Income Taxes levied, and in some cases both, nuking  three taxes to be paid all levied on the same income.  As a result there are feelings of discontent, unrest and resentment  throughout thc country which it is the duty of statesmen and governments  to recognize, and to which they should, in the interests of all, give serious  heed. " An ostrich-like policy of blinding oneself to existing facts and conditions is not only unprofitable but unsafe. The facta of the situation  should be squarely faced,*and an effort made to apply a remedy, re-adjust  policies and adopt methods more in harmony with the desires of the people, who, let it be repeated, are prepared to pay their full and proper and  necessary share of the national taxation, but who insist that thc whole question of national finance and taxation be overhauled and made more equitable all round.  The national finances of Canada have never been made the subject of  thorough study and expert examination and treatment. They have always  been treated, regulated and altered as the expediency of the moment might  dictate and in keeping with the particular convictions, prejudices, whims or  selfish interests of those who.'Tor the time being, happened to be in control  of national affairs. The inevitable result has bcen the lopping off of some  existing tax, or the adding on of a new one, until thc national financial structure has become a monstrositv, most fearfully and wonderfully made, Incomplete, -unsatisfactory and lacking all the elements of permanence and  ���������stability.  On the one hand, a policy ia adopted which while possibly beneficial in  one way is positively harmful in other ways.     Policies, sound In principle  are so hampered by absurd machinery for their administration that thcy fail  in effectiveness, and almo&t as much harm aa good follows their enforce-  ' ment  No onc person can devise a policy of national finance for a country Hke  Canada, but ther? are some reforms necessary which appear quite plain and  simple. At all events, it is proposed to discuss some aspects of the present  taxation problem in Canada, and even to offer a few suggestions, in succeeding articles. ./���������  154 last year.  Itch Cured la 30 Minutes.  Itch,  Mange,  and all  coftiagious  Gcratedies  on human or animal, cared ta 30 minat-sa by  Wolford'a Sanitary Lotion.      At Druggist*.  Blue   comes   out   white in photo  graphy, red looks black,    and    light  yellow and  pink appear as varying  tints of gray.  c  --1������  9m~W^---m^WmWm^  The mmliifsstos of $isri*gr~  ffstatltjr as&& @*cqs&ofmr.s)  lias tussle f-4&ftie isaldng  II PpsitaS&fjr, contains aw*  ni akam or other fa^tiiwi** -  atSliS-f  0-mm4.Amti*0 jam^mm  Z-&H-V&  ^f~0m  satisfaction*  S5-������ U$S������*ff������  V*  *-&-**<*���������#'  Made Sn Canada  -WWNIKO       tOWHTOtGAN.       MQKtrtlSAX.  GOOD HEALTH  ���������pi a? r%t. ������?  Ouna  If Your Blood Supply Is Kept Rich  and Red.  Use  It is a waste of time and money to  fight merely the signs of disease; in  the long run you are probably worse  off than when you started. What is  far fnore important is that you should  intelligently examine the various  [ symptoms and trafee the cause; Whetl  you remove the cause, health will be  yours. For example, anaemic>people  often endure months of suffering  while treating its symptoms, such as  indigestion, shortness of breath, palpitation of the heart and e3qJh.austion  after any small effort.  The apparent stomach and heart  troubles arc generally nothing more  than the result of an insufficient supply of pure blood. This anaemic  state may have followed gome previous illness, or an attack of influenza; or it may have arisen from  overvvorlc, worry or too little fresu  air. T-o obtain good health the simple and proper course is to ���������build up-  the blood, but to do this you must  select a reliable remedy with a reputation such, as Dr. ^Williams' Pink  Pills.      These pills enrich the blood  which carries nourishment to all the     organs of the body and enables them1 --, ���������  to   do    the   work   nature expects of   ������  them.   Thousands of men and women  have proved this for themselves. One  of these is Mrs. T. Flynn, R.R. No. 1,  Erinsville,   Ont.,   who   says:   "Last  spring I got into a badly   run   down  condition.     I had no   energy?   work  left   me   exhausted, and the least ex-*  ertion would make my   heart   palpitate violently.      I had often read of  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, and decided  to   give   them a trial and got a half  dozen boxes.     I had not been taking  the   pills   long   when I felt a decided  improvement in my condition and bye  the tintc I had used the six boxes I;  could do my housework with ease.  'I  can   strongly   recommend   Dr.   Williams' Pink Pills to all weak people."  You can get these pills through any  dealer in medicine, or by mail postpaid at 50 cents a box or six boxes  for   $2.50   from    The. Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Possibility Thafc European Manufacturers Interested in Aviation Will  Make Investments in This  Country.  There is a possibility that lu the  near future European manufacturers  who are interested in the development  of civil aviation, will make investments  in this country for the purpose of  competing for aircraft business, according to Cot F. C. Scott, controller  of civil aviation of the Air Board, who  has just returned from an extended  trip to Britain and France. Special  courses for pilots and navigators are  conducted in both France and Great  Britain, so that they, can be properly  trained, he said, adding that research  work in meteorology is also being  carried out, weather conditions being  reported by wireless, telegraph and  telephone to' all interested in flying.  The Smith family numbers 14,000,-  000 members throughout the world.  MtrNight  -v* Morning ������*���������,M^ .  ^eepVoor Eyes  8-*3������������������<r***e -Cleat-Mi" H-e������eiltl-������y  Write for Froa E/aCara Bootc Murino CcOWcat������O.U.5.A  MONEY ORDERS  ' Lignite Coal N$ar Le Pas.  An important strike of lignite coal  has been made by Indians close to  the shore of the Carrot River, west of  Le Pas, Man. On account of the  age of the formation in that area, it  is thought that semi-bituminous coal  may be struck at a depth. A Saskatoon syndicate has taken up large  tracts of this-land, and further development work will be proceeded with.  ������==��������� ���������������������������'- ��������� "��������� ���������������������������',    .....   . ..���������; ,...ZL<3  W^mtmmsSrmm-  a a-   -fmmmxmjmJmmttMmimimm  Beecham's Pills after a fair  trial. Those praise loudest  v/ho have used them longest The great merit o������  Beecham's Pills has been  " proved all oyer the world*  f  There Se nothing tbut   *  praiae ������vbrywhor������ for     ' <  Hold ererjrwiien-e  tsCaa&dsu  Sa&as-Ms 25eoe>SO������>  .Remit by Dominion Express M.one7 Order- j  tt lost or stolen, you get yo-jtr pioney back- ]  Women! Use Diamond Bves  "Dye   Old   Skirts,   Dresses,   Waists  Coats.  Stockings,  Draperies.  Each package of "Diamond Dyes'*  contains easy directions    for    iveing  AMTf    ���������*������ f-y\ A������ *m   S\*f   *-nnt-\rt.\      <?������1l������������      ^r\9-~������4im������m      ts-tm *���������������������������������������  ,������������bftjr       foi   UWKV     ���������*���������*���������*���������������       ������* W������|     t?������������������.y     VVikVUf     1*1*-Whip  ear mixed goods. Beware I Poor  dye streaks, spots, fades, and ruins  material by giving it a "dyed-look."  Buy "Diamond Dyes" only. Druggist has Color Card  Acnarict^a PtoaoeM*  Dos Remedies  BOOK  ON  DOG   DISEASES  aad How to Feed  Mulled    Free   to   xx.  Address  by the  Author  H.  CLAY  GT.OVE*  CO..   INC.,  IIS    West    3l*t-str*5-rt,  New YorU. U.|.A.  Soofc's Cwtiosi Hoot CoiupousS  The spots on a jaguar are larger  and more regular than tho3e on a  leopard.  '.IlliS'i  DEC  It's Up to Yovl as a Parent  whether you feed your "boy or  girl real building ������bod,or something that merely "tastes good  Grape=Nuts  furnishes exactly the food values needed to build young bodies, and the taste is delightful  Grocers everywhere sell this    ���������  staunch wheat and malted bzxley food  SICK)  30BB  race  To safeguard the child from damage that wdrms cause, use Miller's  Worm Powders, thc medicine <������r excellence for children. These powders  will clear the systcm entirely of  worms, will regulate and stimulate the  organs injuriously affected by thc  worms, and will encourage healthful  operation of the digestive processes.  As a vermifuge it can be,relied on for  it3 effectiveness.  ���������>"���������'" ������������������IM**>Mr������i*������H*������i������^IIWlHe������HM|*l  Youthfulness of the World  A oar/a, reliable refiulattfS  trsedictne.   Bold lu. throe de*  . |ree* o| strength���������No.  It $11  3, |3; No. 8, $5 pertos*.  all -druEKUU, or  repsld o- receipt  of price.  Bold by all -drutraUtt, or sen*  psld on receipt  of price.  sa    pamphlet.      Address������  THC COOK MEDICINB COj  trMOKTO.ONT. VwmiIi WlsterJ  "Cascarets" If Sick,  Bilious, Headachy  eaMSMBMMa-UBW  Tonight sure! Let a pleasant,  harmless Cascaret work while you  sleep and hare your liver active, head  clear, stomach sweet and bowels moving regular by morning. No griping or inconvenience. 10, 25 or SO  cent boxes. Children love this candy  cathartic too.  ASPIRIN  Only "Bayer" is Genuine  MOTHER!  i  i     M   "California Syrup, of Figs"  Child's Best Laxative  Warning! Take no chances with  substitutes for genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin/' Unless you see the  name "Bayer" on package or on tablets you are not getting Aspirin at all.  In every Bayer package are directions  for eCoIds, Headache, Neuralgia,  Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache,  Lumbago and for Pain. Handy tin  boxes of twelve tablets cost few cents.  Druggists also sell/larger packages.  Made in Canada. Aspirin is the  trade mark (registered in Canada),  of Bayer Manufacture of Monoacetic-  acide^ter of Salicylicacid.  "DANDERINE"  Girls!    Save  Your  Hairl  Make It Abundant!  Our Period Is That Of Childhood In  Many Vital Respects  The youthfulness of thc modern  world a3 we accept it, ia remarkable,  according to Henry Ford In an interview with the New York Tribune.  Thirty-five years ago there were but  three or four motor cars in the world,  ancl only for fifteen years have we  had the wireless, airships and farm  tractors.  Plainly, our period to that of childhood in many vital respects, ^What  haa happened through the development of the Instruments named  above in Icoa than half a century In*  duces great optimism for the speedy Accept "California" Syrup of Plg������  conquest of our present difficulties��������� only���������look for the name California on  Montreal Star. the package, then you are sure your  child is having the best and most  ~Mtm������m.v~, t t.*tmmmm.~ -0mU~...mx. M*..,������i*T������ I harmless physic for the little stomach.  Minard's Liniment Relieve* Neuralgia; livor Qnd bowels.     Children love lt������  **** ** **- ���������- ���������- ---'i-'V" *.' ?~.zaa���������irss   fruity taste,     Full directions on each  W\  N,   U.   1358 bottle.    You must say "California,"  Immediately after a "Danderine"  massage, your hair takes on new life,  lustre and wondrous beauty, appearing twice as heavy and plentiful, because each hair seems to fluff and  thicken. Don't let your hair stay  lifeless, colorless, plain or ocraggly.  You, too, wyit lota of long, strong,  beautiful liaiir.  ' A 35-cent bottle of delightful ''Dani  derlne" freshens your 6calp. checks  dandruff and falling hair. This stimulating "bcauty-tonlc" gives to thin,  dull, fading hair that youthful bright*  ncss and abtfadattt thlclcne0s*--All  drufffl-lstii.  ta  4  - 'lii,' mi-JritidiAt.',  ti'JAll.iiilU:Ail,;li.t Tmm-B     REYIEW.      CPi KSTON.  _ .tOxa a 0*3 mf\-~r%  w%.~tv_U-\yjUm  m~-~y~~-t ������04     IWU'T^QJ  For Better .and Cleaner Seeds  By O-GE-MAS-ES (Little Cleric).  M^rtrntrnvrnXmSmtmAS.  \\ tmm-t JT ��������� XfmXX mvrtttsV  Next morning I was away bright  and early and passed many deserted  dwellings, especially as 1 reached the  Lower Flat, which even at that date  was a ,weli settled farming district.  My thoughts were, if even the threat  of war makes this desolation, what  must it be like iii a countf* where actual armies had passed and re-passed.  1 stopped for dinner at a fine looking  farm house and-the ownerless hens  again supplied me with fresh eggs.  Both mine and my little pony's appearance was tough; muddy and travel stained after our long swim the  night before. 1 was dressed an  Hudson's Bay style, wearing a duffle  capot with hood, which I had up, the  weather having turned cold. .1 had a  Winchester rifle across my saddle and  a large revolver in my holster, which  W������h long stroud ieggings, made me  look very much like I would imagine  She Smith African Boers appeared.  On reaching the top of Miller's Hill  1 struck the first pickets, who were  two fine looking mounted policemen  with their accoutrements polished and  their fine'horses groomed to a finish.  The  contrast was  so  great 'between  them and myself that it annoyed me;  and when they rode up and asked my  business and destination   1  made no  reply.      My pony evidently felt-like  myself, and as one of them approached  rather  closely,  she   let   him  have  both heels with a squeal, much to my  suppressed amusement.     On we rode  down the hill, my escorts    on    each  side, but keeping a cautious distance.  On reaching Gbschen (H.  B. C. Reserve)  the police had a brick building there for an outjj^st, aad one cf  the riders caught my bridle rein and  told me in military tones that I must  wait inspection by the officer in command.     Out came the officer," when I  threw back my hood and grinned at  him.      "Why," he said,    'it    is    Mr.  Beatty l"      Nothing would do but  I  must come in, tell him the news and  have a refresher, which by the way  was most acceptable, for I was stiff  and sore with the long ride7 and exposure.      The  guards  looked   rather  eilty at the result of their capture.    I  told the officer all  I  could  think of  in reference to, the state of the north  country, also that I waa carrying despatches to the Hon: Lawrence Clarke  from Ft. La Corne.     "HoW did you  cross   the    river?" was his question.  "I ewam it," was my, reply, and that  meant another refresher.  Up to the Mission I rode, found  Mr. Clarke's residence, and met himself noting with much regret that he  looked a broken man (he was present  at the Duck Lake fight and lost some  close friends). I handed over my  papers and he thanked both Goodfellow and myself with* tears in his eyes  at bur loyalty to the old company and  thc saving of so much valuable property. s  Here an interlude may bc in order  to show the great contrast between  thosc days and our own, as at present  when you ask a man to do anything,  lhc question is, "How much is there  In it?"* Later on at the close of thc  ' rebellion 1 sent in my account for  time served in the company's interests at Ft. La Corne, Thc amount  was, I think, five or six days ai $2.00  per day, and Goodfellow's was only a  trifle larger, for hc put in a little more  time. Some of my friends remarked,  "V-Zbat a fool you were B., you an������4  George might have both made your  pile, and tbe government would have  compensated thc company just the  same." But that was not the way  business was done in the old H. B.  days.  It was freely rumored that some  prominent citizens obtained their  start by loot secured in the upturn.  After an -interesting conversation  with*; Mr. Clarke, he said, "1 have a  favor to ask. Will you be one of  the guards round the old establishment tonight?" and to this I consented. It appeared that Middleton was  hourly, expected to attack Batoche  and if he had been repulsed, Prince  Albert would have been attacked.  There was a jolly crowd on guard  that night. A long table was set in  a store which was loaded with solid  and liquid refreshments, and- though  1 fell tough enough, the nigh* passed  r   - ���������*-*-* ������ Vi ^p44r & r-rr'rr rOSSSt*  Quebec Member  Criticises  the  Go^erameat  Ernest La Pointe, of Quebec East,   la  Quite  Strong   la  His  T\AX0*vv0*A0vrt4v������0% ~^0  Ottawa.���������VThose   who   pretend   to  Mr. Melville P. Tullis, Commissioner of the Field Crops Branch of  the Saskatchewan Department of  Agriculture. 4  pleasantly and quietly.   . I had symp  toms of a sore throat coming on, no  doubt due to~my ducking, so started  back next mornfng for La Corne, go-  erv  in Poor Health  Has an awful struggle.     Lots to do,  all  kinds' of   worry,    poor    appetite,  headaches, weakness.    Her one dosife  ....   .     .    ,.       ��������� is for more strength and better health.  mg   by    way    of the Indian Reserve; What sickly worn out women need is  where   there  were   one   or  two  men  rule this country,*' dramatically exclaimed Ernest La Pointe in - the  House of Commons, "have no right  to represent it at the coming Imperial conference, and we shall not consider ourselves bound either legally  or morally by any of the decisions  arrived at there."  - Mr. La Pointe is the leader of the  French-speaking Liberals from Quebec and now represents the division  of Quebec East, which Sir Wilfrid  Laurier represented    so    long.      He  !was speaking at the time of the conference o.f overseas premiers called in London for next June, and his  decision followed an arraingment of  the government's right to remain in  office. The Opposition, he said,  would not be represente<^ at the conference.  Cheered bs*; Liberals again and  again,- Mr. La Poiate quoted a formidable array of British constitutional authorities to support-the Opposition demand-for a dissoluUoQ of  parliament.   The authority of a gov  ernment to retain office was the nation, and when had the present administration received the approval of  the electors? "I have not a drop'  of 'Anglo-Saxon* blood in my veins."  he declared, "bat 2 want to sec British principles of government prevail  in Canada." ���������  The majority *of the government  had. fallen from 70 to 20 and perhaps  IS, and yet the Minister of Militia  had thej'gair to call Liberals a remnant. - "I hurl the mean appellation  back in his face,** Mr. La Pointe  cried Out, bin here the speaker intervened. Mr. La Pointe withdrew the  mean, apologizing that he was still a  living, and I swam the pony but "was,  crossed over with a canoe. On  reaching Goodfellow's I was seized  with a violent attack of quinsy which  reached a dangerous stage for some  days. While I was convalescing,  news of Midleon's victory and RiePs  capture reached us, and there was  -much rejoicing. So away we went  back home to Stony Creek in the  same order as our arrival. I found  on reaching our lone house that the  Indians had been in, evidently friendly, for though there was moccasin  tracks everywhere, nothing was  touched, not even our seed potatoes.  A little explanation as to the prime  causes of this outbreak amongst the  French half-breeds and  Indians may  beg>f interest to the more recent settlers in the northwest.      At first be it  understood that with the exception of  a few government pets,    the    whole  country in 1884 from  Fort Garry to  the Rockies'was seething with agitation.    Petition after petition had been  sent to Ottawa for redress of grievances and these were as regularly filed  away and little or no notice taken of  them.    The Canadian Pacific Railway  was an iron monopoly,    very    much  worse than  the Hudson's  Bay Company had ever been.      They held the  whole  country in-their  grasp.      No  other roads could enter the country  and exorbitant freight rates absorbed  the  small   earnings  of  the  scattered  srttlcrs.     Talk   of   annexation   with  the  United  States was. rife,  and  no  doubt often encouraged by local American settlers.     Land laws were rotten,   and   after you had put in three  years' full time in proving a homestead it was often more than that time  before you could secure a patent. The  a cleansing, biood purifying remedy  like Dr. Hamilttwi's Pills. This wonderful medicine clears out the wastes  from the system, regulates'the bowels,  helps the blood, To look your best,  to feel fit and fine all day,, to be free  from lassitude and headache, use Dr.  Hamilton's Pills regularly. 25c at  all deah-.rs or The Catarrhozone Co.,  Montreal.  "tyro"    in    English���������at    which    the  whole house laughed.  He defined the Meighen Liberal as  a "speciesv unknown to zoology, and  common sense"; compared the cabinet with a crazy patchwork quilt  and charged that the government  was adapting the humiliating policy  Of trying to get recruits from its op-  ponents'v: rank -to -postpone the day  of "shameful defeat."  Co-Operative Marketing  A Wheat Pool For This Year's Crop  Is Hardly Likely.  Calgary.���������It is now apparent that  there will be ao attempt to i>nng into  existence the co-operative wheat pool  for the handling of this year's crop.  This is the conclusion that has been  reached by officials of thc United  Farmers of Alberta and the United  Grain - Growers, in view of the fact  that it is evidently not the intention  of the special committee that was appointed to ask for a.;charter at the  present session of the Manitoba  Legislature.  When seen by a representative of  ���������fhe Canadian Press, both H. W.  Wood, president of the first-mentioned organization, and E. S. McRory,  general manager of the Western Division of the U.G-.G., stated that they  had not been informed definitely that  the application for this charter this  session would be made. They were  therefore inclined to the belief that  no such application will be made at  the present sitting q������ the Manitoba  Legislature.  Soviet Again in Control  Petrograd   Revolt   Reported   Ended  After Severe Fighting Witfe  Revolutionaries*  Stockholm.���������The Russian Soviet  authorities have quelled the revolt in  Petrograd after bringing troops from  the front, according to advices from  Helsijigfors.  The dispatches assert that the insurrection was crushed after service  fighting, and that the city    is    now  of the spread of the counter-revolutionary movement throughout the  country, and that M. Kalinin, president of the extraordinary commission, has been obliged to admit peasant risings everywnere.  ��������� ������������������Xr,��������� ~    rx������    xXtJt  eiMOlCJO    VAX     X..*-  situation.     The sailors at Kronstadi  remained neutral. '. '"���������       *  The dispatches add that the Soviet  has been unable to conceal the fact  ZU.&. Debt On Increase.  Washington.���������An increase of $58,-  449,845.36 in the debt of the United  States during February was announced by the Treasury Department, the"  gross total, February 28, being $24/  051.684.728.28, compared    with $2$-  393.254.889.29, January 35. Treasure-  officials explained that in months  when income tax installments are not  due, the debt increases, but decreased  with the end of each Quarter.  Wilson  Says Good-bye.  Washington. ��������� President    Wilson  met with his cabinet recently fo,r the  half-breeds  living along  the  Saskat-1 laf t5me and at  thc meeting's close  chewan since the early seven tics ���������had   said farewell to thc  petitioned Ottawa again    and .* again  Mr. Britten Tills Row She Was Restored Ts HeatHi After  Suffering tor More Ttoa k Year.  mm\mm-Wmm~~mmmmmmm~-m^mmimmmm  Another TritUMipMOff lydia E. PbOdkftm's Vegetable Coittpotmtli  asking (or the old Red River system  of river frontage for their farms, tiut  this was refused, and in the meantime  white men were coming in and squatting on what they considered thcir  lands. Very much the same causes  existed that helped to make the first  rebellion of '69-70, thc French, with  their excitable natures, going much  further than thc more stolid British.  ten   men    who  have been his official advisers, four of  them since he entered the White  Housc in 1913.-  TOBACCO HEART  Every Smoker Read This  Tobacco docs tjot seem to affect a"-  alike.     Many men enjoy their smoke,  _,    . ���������., . , live to a good old age, and apparently  Thc latter were willing to agitate for | suffer no ill-effects from thc use of  their rights, but when it came to ac-   the weed.  tual  rebellion they  would not be  party to it. -  (To be continued)  - Pleads For Christians.  London, ��������� Monsignor Gulseppe  Cepetelll, patriarch of Constantinople,  has arrived in London'to plead the  cause of Christians in the Near East  before representatives of the allied  nations now gathered in this city.  Jamaica Aaka For. Preference.  Kingston, Jamaica.���������A proposal has  ''been submitted to the Canadian Government to grant preference to Jamaica citrus fruits as against importations from* the United States. The  matter is being; backed by the* British  Government,  Hiccup Epidemic Prevalent  Don't get the habit of hiccups���������  stop the slightest attack at the b ginning.     Nothing brings such magical  relief as slowly sipping a few drops, ,, .. ,  , ,, ��������� ,,,������������������������ ������,������������������������, .,������, ������,��������������� ..,  of Nervilinc in sweetened water. Fori Vancouver io Montreal, is expressed, t0   gct   your   Miiburn's Heart and  stomach    pains,    bloating,    cramps, | tn shipping circles here,    Thc matter   Nerve Pills.     I took tw  Vancouver.���������Indignation at the action of the Minister of Marine tn Ottawa in changing the port of registration of government ships built in  There arc others though, on whose  heart and nervous systcm tobacco  produces the most serious results.  It causes palpitation, pain in the  hoart, and irregularity of its beat,  makes thc hands tremble, sets the  nerves on edge, and causes shortness  of breath and loss of deep.  To counteract this demoralizing influence on the heart and nerves there  is no remedy to equal Miiburn's  Heart and Nerve PUl������.  They ^pialce the heart beat strong  and steady, restore tone and, vigor to  thc ncr.vcs, and remove all the evil results caused by the tobacco.  Mv. D. MclCilloi), Coxheath, N.S.,  writeste���������I was., using too much tobacco, and got so 1 could not sleep at  night, my hands used fo tremble  something awful, and I suffered terrible from pains In my heart. I told  I a friend about It, and he advised mc  diarrhoea, nothing  will prove more  useful in every home than * 35 cent  thc Boar(1 0, Tradc; whcn 8tt.p^ ^iVi j  two boxes and  bottle of good old Ncrvilme.  t|l****������*WI*>**������l***MWWMI*^  W.   N.   U   1350  wlirbe considered by the Council of   they gave great satisfaction."  Fi"  be tak*n in an effort to hove the decision reversed.  _ rice 50c a box at all dealers or  maihd direct on receipt of price by  The T.  Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont. -   '-'  ���������^SUaJtrf Wmond&le, ttlcfc.-~*'Ibi������fl  CST5SrJS? Inflammation and u displace*  XbjisZ ment and weakness, and it  ^ bad been negleeted so long  ���������hat ������t*^t������ed*gT������������* pwn, and  tbis ������ut������cted my mind and  nerves oo that I woe very  irritable. I had severe pains  ���������very month, oo that i woo  often obliged to Bo to bed fer  two -mvn at * time. I suffered for moro than m year .  before my friend* wild, 'Why  don't yon try Lydia B. Pink-  bam'avegotable Compound?'  So Ir par-chased on������ bottfe  after enothes until 1 bad  token too bottles, then Lydja  R Pinkhnm'B BoiMtivoWasb.  I received to much benefit  from thia treatment that I  am uow ablo to do my own  work."���������Mr*. W. D. BuwTENi  IL No. 8, Dimoixbkk), Mich-  Imt&flr Bdtfeu \.mm np:  ,, "I wm botbowa for a lona  time with f emal-s troubles and  wan to' tr~~rv~M I felt almost  ^���������ftmldattlmeo.   I aim Bad n  nP������ln to mar eight side and  ^���������waa oertalnly tn A bad war.  _ _LydlaB.PlnkhamNBy*getab:o  Compound has relieved mt otth������^n������iTOOi feeling* and ������atoa a������d I -amnroc!*  better In overy wtJ. I don't know Joat bow *o������a������ bottle* I btvo t������������������������������P������������  I took it for nearly a yaor and Tt baa dona mo * world of good,"���������Mrs. -JlftUil  GiUNGiat, R, Na 8, Box BI, Kalama������oo, Mldilgan*  Good health li a woman'atfNiAtestaafet WHb lt aha may both* tesplro'  tion of her hasban-4 a bappy mother, and.tho lifo of tha home-. Withqat it  ahe suffeM agonlea >erf*SC^>>tiiiebold datlet tri *% bmd^ tad bo* fsmily to  0~.~.\i mJserabla by bar condition,  m Islto*ywondwthattbeaow<m>������nw*Mt*r*oTwai^  Ing to lone from wch -domngod eondlUonaX 8otb oilmeata,act dlrecHy upon  tht nerve*, and 11 bat b*on a^d tha\|TliaVgt pex^mUge of ntrwn* tMrontra*  ������on,nervouid.BSpondeBey,'*th������ bhwt,������������ andnarvooaltritaWlty <d lH0������������n arise  from tomt dawmcemtnt of tht Iemalo orfantem.  {If wonietn wbo.are to this oondltiorji_wo������ald onlv profit by the ������f|p������Tler>e������ of  thers nnd takt Lydia E. Ptokbam't V-tfttablo Cowpoond at <mo*, much suf-  erlnf and tmbapiiMta WoaWba averted, at ^ei^-oMktKmra ������IWrvoas.Irrl-  Sbla. adUng motb������������ makto tbo ba~m unhappy a������d beroondltlan Irrttatet  tb fituiband tnd ehfldrwn.  lUur tm Wom������n- will b������e������tt������ t������ y������m fr������������ op������������ ihOeqti***- Wrlto  to Tho IijrdUt ~% rinldmiiit ModfofaM> ������?���������*������ I#m% Mnni^httflt^fe  ^fflfll IrlHlIt IBtr^fllfrtltB'lllllJltl^ House of the Tolling Bell  "The Koase of the Toiling Bell" is  the title of iiie photoplay which features the program at the Grand nest  Wednesday, March 23rd. The theme  of the play deals with   the'chivalry  5-x  Painting  Papering  Kalsomining  IAC     AIM   ADH  CRESTON  Rich in BylferM, and from  Tubercnlin-testad Cows  Commencing April 1st will deliver  to all customers in tlie evening.  7 Quarts'or 14 Pints for $1.00.  and passions, and the superstition of  the south. The plot hinges on the  division of aii extensiye estate among  the heirs.upon the death of its old  Aiuater. v������ne st,ipu������e������tior������ t>i lbs wil!  demands that the heir- who enters the  manor house must live in it for one  year. To the natives of the community the abode known as "The House of  the Tolling Bells,"iiears an evil reputation. ' Woe to the stranger who subjects himself to the bad luck which  comes to everyone who lives in the  House of the Toiling Beii. A neice of  the old master and the son of bis disowned daughter, unknown to each  other, take up residence there. After  thrilling experience, not altogether  due to evil spirits but wicked men as  well, they discover each other's presence.    Young, nnmari-ied   and  honor-  ��������� l^?^5 -lr.r.~r r.\trx..\A w,. ������ . txix i ��������� Ktivxtm ..Srxxxrx ix.  nXIIV-     UUCJ*     OilUUlM    IIUI,    X4*.     ,���������������....Xt\    ���������X*\IXAXr   11.  the unfrequented house. But each one  wants the estate, and something must  be done. The solution is such an amazing climax to so thi-illuag a stary  that to tell it would spoil the enjoyment of the picture.  Local and Personal  All sweet, oGc,  manners  to oue. per  opposite   Sevan's  4\.t   ���������xj'xaitlgra.  dozen at  garage.  Get your Good Friday supply_of hot  cross buns at the Creston Bakery  ���������Bert Norris.  -  Eggs For hatching���������Barred Rocks  $1.50 per sitting.   J.   Veness. Creston.  . Get your Good Friday supply of hot  cross ' buns at ' the Creston Bakery  <��������� Bert Norris.  JOitje^xO    tr vjrx  t-tfxx*ra.Aj.***~ uoac    iyOiii*L>  MOUNTAIN VIEW RANCH  WALTER V. JACKSON  White Wyandotte eggs. 15 for $1.50���������  F. W. Ash. Creston.  Horse Cupping���������I am installing a  horse clipping machine -and am fully  prepared to do work of this sort.  Prices $2 fo $3. Morrow's Blacksmith  Shop, Creston.  GRAND  of  Qfnh  THEATRE OUI., IWiaiUII  10  A  ���������  '   "��������� '  snce of Lov/e  .*���������".......  ���������tr%d Duty and th<? ������ay&!  ^rclwe������t tVlounted   Police   w^m m$mm>  Also a two-reel Century Comedy  No advance in prices.  Men's Shoes  All the outward  and visible signs assure that spring is  about due���������if not already here to stay.    With  the-,  prospective shedding of rubbers, overshoes, Or Winter  footwear comes the necessity of outfitting your feet  for the warmer weather.  i' ��������� -���������'-."���������-,  We have anticipated your every need in Shoes, both as to  comfortable, stylish and good-wearing makes, as well  as*otfe*tag you thesej-at price reductions as high as  three dollars a pair.' -Here are a few sample values:  Men's Fine Drews Shoes in the well-kriowu Beatty Brand ���������  Maho-gany color, were 15.50, now  ./���������.;...$10,50  " " "     10.50, now. ....'.....     gjjo  Ames-Holden   Shoe*  for  Men, in Black *Box Kid  Blnoher  style, were 10.50, now     H 25  Men's Heavy Work Boot* iit Tan Grain  Blucher low *boen,  were 8..50, now :....'.,���������.,,. ., ,.���������    ^y^  M������n'������ 10 iiif*b tops, were 10.50, now ,     ^50  We ham a fine range of BOYS' SHOES  in stock at reduced prices.  Goat Fob. SamT��������� One  Goat for .sale cheap,   12,  niXtn-Tex ~tm  J-**.*~tJ4x*x%m *f m,  Augora billy  months old������  4JIOVCI .  I*!*V  Bemt^Sermp"^ "' 'iJoiwer IVices  j ������L, w-  f <���������,. t'H.i.-H't-ti >.'���������"-���������        -ev*"') ,  *wmm*f^fim\iu(mimtimmw*imiiii*m  Fob Sale���������Jersey-Shorthorn heifer,  due to freshen March 28th, $100. W.  H' Gobbett, Oreston.  Mrs. Breoley of Flagstone ai-rived on  Thursdav.for.afvoliday visit with her  parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Nichol.  Wanted���������Work horse, about 1200  lbs. also one-horse wagon or democrat,  state price.    J.F.Kelly, Box4, Creston.  R. S. B>?v&n is,at Calgarv this week  for the annual get-together of the  Ford Motor Co. dealers of Alberta and  B.c.      , , ���������     ���������: \\  Mr. and Mrs. McCreight of Maple  Creek, Sask., who have been here on  a visit to thetrrson, Ben, left for home  on Mo'ndav.^',-  ������������������ .  Fob Sale���������Set single driving harness and one road cart practically new(  $45 takes them both, or will sell separ'  ately.    Enquire Mawson Brothers.  " The Naughty Bride'" is booked for  the Gsand on the evening of Wednesday, April 27th. The Oliver Eckardt  company are producing the show.  interesting, and the closing feature  was a tea served by Mesdames Edmondson, Mallandaine,   Lyne ami   E.  O" ������������������*��������� ���������������*t*������S ���������npl"-* +1 ~ ���������������������������'"''  *���������*-/������������������������ *x  -.   ������������   X SS frnXX \v*  Get your Good Friday- sudply of hot  cross buns at the Creston.. Bakery���������  Bert Norris.  Grand patrons are reminded that  their Old friends,- Jiggs and Maggie,  will appear on Wednesday next in  ���������.'Father's Close. Shave." The feature  film is also &n exceptional!" stron-'one  ���������"Under Northern Lights."        "  Frank Ebbutt. who  P..O  University at .Vancouver  has been tit the  for the  past few months, was home oyer the  week end. leaving on Tuesday for Ca-  domin, in the Yellowhead Passvw-b-a-i'e  he again be employed this reason!' -"*--'*'  A petition is in circtil tion for  presentation to the lieutenant governor in council protesting against autlv  ority being given to proceed with the"  getting of another engineeY s report  on Arrow Creek and Goat River irrigation. -     r .<   -   .  At the popular admission of 75c, and  25c, the.Grand shou'd hold a, capacity,  crowd on Monday night, when, the  Lister Dramatic company piesents the  Btirring five-act melodrama, "Tony  the CoQvit������t." - Curtains at 8.30 prompt  who is expected to take up permanent  residence here about the middle of April.   A 'ebnsmittee composed of Messrs.  Vtrtvrtwrt.t      U.. wv.ll*t.-.ir.      t-f..mT������3tu T.wjrkis  unri  0^vr...XXr ������/���������/,   0-M.tm..... ������.'u,    0.0..1.J xrxr ���������._   ������**-    w^-...  MalistsidHius were named to arr-*ii*ye  for a little sendoff for Rey. J. S. Mahood, whose last service Jsere will probably be on Kaster Sunday.  ' Three dozen girls between the ages  of 13 rnd 20 yeats were out for the  meeting on - Monday night at the  apartments of the Red Cross public  health nurse Miss McLuhan, when  junior, intermediate and senior classes  were fully organized to take up home  and hospital nursing as well as domestic science. For the preseht the senior girls will on Monday and the'intei-  mediates on Thursday evenings "and  will take up both nursing and cooking  ^ W H.tAt-   J  ���������O..     ~.x-,l ���������  JJC  vrtti.iy  tO uc all rtr iti A gOpCi   Seat.  X, ... tr.  -.rx*    rx.xrtU        \\Ts>A .  day af tejt noon taking on mending and  home nursing. Amongst the girls enrolled are a half dozen from Erickson,.  Under Northern Lights  Silrrxl..  iiivci y  to be high in pri'-e;  use cracked corn for poultry, $2.65;  chopped barley, $2;" crushed oats,  $1.95.    T. M. Edmondson. Creston.  For Sale���������Good butter cow. gentle,  half Jersey, to freshen March 30th, if  properly fed will give 12 pounds of  butter a week. Carl Wigen. Wvnndel,  M-Af. m.J������  Mrs. Bruce announces her spring  millinery opening for Wednesdny next  March 23rd, and hopes to be favored  with a visit of Inspection ..by all the  ladies. *,  ' W. V. JacksoiYin this issue announces that commencing April 1st. he will  inaugurate an evening delivery of  milk, instead of in the morning as at  present..j";;.,r������������������-*.    -p^' '    ...     -'-..  The usual Easter sale under  the direction of the ladiesx?of the   Methodist  Church, Avill be held   in   Speers' Hall,.  Saturday; Maych*26th.   2.30   to 6 p.ni;.  Sewing, baking and5afternoon tea.  C. B.:!Garland has just. completed  the pni-chase ofs-six Meres oFthe T. M.  Ediriondsori'ranclv fronting bii Hillside Road','atidJco'hteiTnplates ei-ecting  a residence thereon:diiring\tbe coming  season^' ''������������������?'''A ZZ'1 PPj3ZP^\jPP:-'ZZ'P--j-  ���������'-. 'Next Briday is Good Friday, a stat-  utm-y h<)liday*,and)_aH place's;6f business in town will'b'e'efosed; The general delivery wicket' St*"the postoffice  will be open only frb'ih*-' 5 to 6 o'clock  that day.: -,y .P." *-./���������        ;* *. '  For Sal^���������Team ;W������rk horses,  weigh 1150 each; -gentle;���������- single' or  double. Also Sprayiriotor pump and  200 gall on tank; puqips woi-Ks either  by hand or; engin'eJ. power. C; C,  French, Creston.  ���������  A united service of "Creston Methodist and Presby teriJiH congregatio'nsis  announced for Easter 'Sunday . n'u*ht,  March 27th,'at 7,30, at tlie Presbytei-  iati chiii-ch.; Special "music appropriate for the day is being ^prepared.  ���������'  J; H; Eby, rf brother o. Revl C. S.  Eby. of Creston,-and"father of Rey.  ManJey F, Eb.v. at <������ne time Methodist  piistor, here, died at Saskatoon the latter part of the vfreek."������������������', His broiherJeft  here about six weeks ago and' was  with him when the end came,  ���������"''   ���������������������������*���������      **  The curtain will be'rung'iip prompt  at 8.30 for ���������'Tony, the Convict,** whieh  is being put on at the Grand-'on Mon-  diy;nightby the Lister Amateur Dramatic Company. Those ;whovwillbe  ttiking in the show S^ill confer'* favor  by" being in their seats prior to t,hat  time. * . '���������'.?$.,'���������   :,^.      *, --: ������������������  About tv(^o dozen rttemberfl of the  United Farmers were hei-e for the  meeting of the Central U. F. on Sat**-  unlay. After routine business hud  heen disposed of Delegates Swamion  and Pauicman gave a .t������Ik oh the doings nt the provincial convention at  the coast, last month.*;''  T. M. Edmondson! hrt������. this week  sold the six acres of orchard on -his  rancn���������adjoining thef'H. Lype place  -'-the buyer being High Sf hpol, Pilnj  cipal, BroiiHHon, whftOli|i������ alre,Udy. \,nk<  eh possession and had thci^^ veal's������������������'pri.i(n.'  lug done.     rnu-    *������������������-������������������   ������- -*i���������*  "���������*  years old.  A pantry shower for" health nurse  Miss McLuhan, who is now occupying  her apartments, is annoueced by the  Women's Institute for Tuesday afternoon, at the home of Mrs. Hender  son, the function also to include a silver tea. Contributions in the way of  jams, jellies and canned fruits and  vegetables will be specially welcome.  Tea from 3 to 5 o'clock'.  Excavating is now under way for  the new fioiir and feed warehouse T.  M. Edmondson is to erect on the Bai-  ton addition, about opposite the Eb-  .butt lesidence. It will be a two story  structure, 32 x 32 feet, and he wi'l  stock up liberally on hav, flour; feed,  etc. to supplv. his . ever-increasing  trade. The building has a hillside location that .will" greatlv expecite the  taking 'in. and handling out of his various lines.        .,;  'There'should*-be no shortage in the  supply- of cabbage, tomato and othor  lines of greenhouse pl.an^s this season.  A 16 x 32'Foot gla-*>s hot-house is .under  course off erection at the Edmondson  rench^ audit should be in good shape  to supply.,-:*ast������)niei*- iti ������h,es������ Hues iu  ample tjuVe for 1921 planting. .The  gi'-een'h'ouse''''"will sVls<renable Mrs.'" Edmondson to supply flowers all tbe year,  jcound,". .....--;���������.���������-'V"'v'.'.���������-  .  :The Valley-had the eoldestr spell of  the winter?on Thursday" 'and "Friday  last vyhen a'two. daw blizzard .which  seemed' to"Originate in" the polar i-e-  giohs-prevailedifS Atehoug*h,>-t'he uier-  cur-yf only got dow n^to 'tf above- ^.evih,  whilst theIWind.held the atmosphere  felt inore'like.* 15 below: Snow ac-  ccjrnpahied the-i-hlow-and there have  been- light falls of rthe beautiful ever  since, but Wednesday night's rain bas  taken it all'aw.ay again.  . Fat her Bessette will have charge of  a four-day .mission .at Holy Cross  Chuk-h, which will oommence at 7.90  Wedhesda'y ev'ening, with services at  8 a.iii7':hb'd:-7'.90 pita, on Thursday, Friday ;apd Saturday, and at 10.30 a.m.,'  ,oh Easter Sunday. A cordial invitation is extended all to attend these services, which are sure to be deeply in-  teresting-as Father Bessette enjoys  the reputation of , being the -.ablest  speaker in the diocese of Kootenay,  . ',���������  *...*'.'������������������       *i**;      '-'*.i . ,  ���������     .  , ,At a,me������tingtOf Christ .Church >vve-  ti-y on Tuesday   night  arrangements  'Were'Completed for a thorough { can-  vass of Valley Anglicans in connection  with the stipend of Rev. J. A. V������rle'y,  Douglas MacLeod was corporal in the  Royal North" West Mounted" Police.  He is deeply in love with -Suzanne  Foueiiarde, daughter of the innkeeper  of a frontier-town, apd his two ambitions' are'to win a "sergeant's stripes  and the hand of the girl he adores.  . Suzanne's ��������� one sorrow Is that hei  brother Jacques, who left home two  years before to seek his fortune in the  Yukon, has not been heard from.  She loyes her brother more dearly  than any one i.n the world���������excepting  possibly, the gallant MacLeod.  On the day that Douglas is informed  that he is seon to be promoted to a  sergencj*, the.heart of Suzanne is gladdened by the return of her brother  fE-onr> the North. - He has struck it.  rich, and after -his long absence in Al-  ahka is anxious, to enjoy life. He falls  Hn easy victim to the blandishments of  Louise LeRogue, a professional gambler, and his attractive paramour, and  is enticed into a poker game. Jacques  loses heavily, drinks immoderately,  and when he catches LaRouge cheating, * iiight ensues. When ^rder is  restored young Foucharde is missing  and LaRoque is dead.  In the course of his duty it becomes  necessary foi- MacLeoc to cause the arrest qLJ acques Foucharde. The clew  leads to the home of Suj5ann������\ who  has secreted the fngutiVe ih her chamber. Douglas'arrives and, against the  protests of the girl he loves, he searches he.r rooin and discovers the brother.  Will he do his duty, arrest the man  and lose the love of the - ghl he most  desires, or will be close his eyes and  permit the boy to escape? The answer is t-o be l&ind in "Under Northern Lights," -the Universal photodr-una  written and *. produced by Jacques  .Tackard. "Under -Northern. Lights"  will be shown at the Grand on  dav ' nighty ' Marcli 10th. at  prices, p.   *.   *  Satur-  i-egular  Hobses For Sale���������Ranch hoi ses.  also some well-matched teams. 30001 o  3400 lbs. each. Cinyon City Lumber  Co., Ltd.. Creston.  M. WBNCH  Builder & Contractor  , Late of His Majesty's^ Works Depi.  i London, England.  - Work by Day.or Contract  Estimates cheerfully'given  We guarantee'satisfaction.  Box 85 CRESTON, B. C.  311 id������b "  The . orchard . is yipoiit; 12   ' *.'   .*v',',v -''Pr' -  '   .,������������������������������������'  Those who witnestjiidth* production  of:"Tony, the Convlctp" at Lister ' on  Saturday night state!;that.;r it almost  eqiinls some of, the bo������t rond shows  that hayo appear ed at --Creuton in the  past. "Tony" iwilljo^-seen' at thw  Gi'itnd cm Monday night, nt8,8()pronipt  at, popular adinifision prices of 75c. and  ������*v'      ..-.     p 'l'***':  The Bank ,of Coiumerce Ih np't always  slo\y to recognize morltoi'loUiffcnjriduct  on the purfc rtf ltn ������������������r^ployeofl. On  March 7th the wife of J������ M. Ornoltstn'n  a former ca-Hhlor atthe Crq������tnn,lwinch  hut now at Fernie, pjcHcntodhim with  a *ori. and on the 0th Mr������' Crookntrtn  Wan notified of his Appointment aH ������uj-  nonntauiof the Fernie branch.  The March meeting ������if tho W������������nt>n'H  llMtitiite on Ftid-iy aft,erii(fe������n whm (ea-  Mired by q talk on flower rtnd 'yegot-  Utile culturo h'y'O. B,' Twigg, tlip tow-  Idinit provin'clal  hnitloultmist,  wjib  ������av������ an   practical   talk   along   tlbo-so  nei..'     A  recitiitlori by Mni. Mft5tur.||  also Ih*1|������-*1 to inake the settMiou   ii������oi:e  mtimmtmmltmli.imi.'A*0-~0 ������������������ . ���������  a^t  w ���������  ���������'.':���������''  .'.'���������--:t'  P-\  ,;*W*  '**.!'  Made    from :������������������ selected;  stock, and guaranteed  to     give   ; satisfactory  wear," ������������������ ���������' "���������; ">'���������������������������;  "V.G-ENBRAL ���������MTB.BOH^TffT'. 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