BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

Creston Review Apr 29, 1921

Item Metadata

Download

Media
xcrestonrev-1.0173870.pdf
Metadata
JSON: xcrestonrev-1.0173870.json
JSON-LD: xcrestonrev-1.0173870-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xcrestonrev-1.0173870-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xcrestonrev-1.0173870-rdf.json
Turtle: xcrestonrev-1.0173870-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xcrestonrev-1.0173870-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xcrestonrev-1.0173870-source.json
Full Text
xcrestonrev-1.0173870-fulltext.txt
Citation
xcrestonrev-1.0173870.ris

Full Text

Array V.  rlM^^^^^liri^^ft^ls rato^^^ >iges ^iita efc^^if t^ Alice Hid* P 3k*M*tf<3LM*  'V- ^ *>t: A^v"..- ���������**?���������  last,_  "a Masonic I^gV theeting.:  /fiHkfetit^  interested  Id to-night  ���������4      * V %_     ^ "*  ~L~*' m  m&ftm\mtm.  ���������OJi/Wdodmten of the Sash & Door-Co.  "'^v&jimdl to Kitchener Tuesday, after  ispeMing:theweek���������with hisfamilyat  Cranbrook.   "       .-������������������    -���������  i--1-  40   t     -. -i  '���������������   S,       -      -   r       - t.  ,.  jux aapee was given oy ������jne JMCcaener  Timber Co.v L-td., at tbeir diping bail  -1     V������,  Ve  ���������>  ^mf   x   ~Tr  -i    ���������,  k :  tass^S&^jg*^ the  W*BAte.       *   ^' *$> \ P*Z' -'"I.  *-������*-Jt<*'-/>^        ~*  Ja   **���������?���������������  w-eefeftnt G^hbmQk*^Jhe^ i^she will  * F^.J?&ffiifttiinitlr feft for Cwaik  sfft4 tfj&fr&ki-������w theftta*  ~a*mx.m*-*^ma.^sJI^^-^^^sSusj*y!^ }ePfefd^hi^totfe-^r'������^-'-M**. Cbai  W'  "^ ^&3Ntaj^^ffii^^tiSMr ������ visiter:  ���������^^g-^^;"wwiw������h*4t*ie *ci#.*<-A4i-.������^<5Jslt!a������������s   "ft.  Boy BroCfcbr, who ha������ beeij on  tbe  &jrt|^8lniift, #ft^ away at  Blko>h&laltervparfco^Jthe,we*ekrand  Swasfefet-iedSt Cl^n^bok oh"^Vradaj^  irtg afeW.dsy& wiilTW. sH..T������emp.  , ^ ^������*s^rr%-^^^   '   , ���������^, ��������� ^ Construction is being' rushed on the^  feportr-comecilrom Cr^brftok that ^^ i'Bta^ie's  Fiuit Company ytBvkt  duo^ia, J]^di?6<ess>9f.^papev-i������pi'~t-he  maih^ltoe"^ nombier- of* the Vngfcaeers  ar^|a^:ing advant^e^ep|ttheir priority  ing|^^lin^dEbr^^)p Cfovtr^with  tbel^^ft that afmolt a^dloien^ of the  regulars on^thls diVisJkm,^e eotnj^Medr  t^ takn n.>3ftV^oir -r  house, and th^ building will be pr4$y  * i ^D^J^HH^^^f^^g^L  ������f������e8S  ^C������lF"t  Ijsnnounced "'for  pj^ffi-h* ih -Mer-  lec^brersotthe  3d, under the  (i^nd.Mrs. i^oyd,  can tile KaJl.^.beaitl  Pr^by^r^felS^fif  wlue^^^^l^loillfPb;, an equity  nooular bumo������E< *t������sedaiite SoxOonrj  **"    "V -   iv. ^2'^JS:Sa^!V������S  -   -  tjcderthe   cailyicomplete t6is week.      It is 59x30 j  fmi and.is laid,0nt to take*care of <senl e^  '~n^~~mmt~mm~t.  - " -it    i������S.-i " -* " ^  approve*.  'W- ���������*ea"  ���������������*��������� !���������������>- v -v  ?"*;-r  /,<-.Afr*>&K������-*:������':j|*--i   -������~*������*"<-"-2-;~ *i-f-< " -f-^,-^3"-rf    L^z." ''*. 1 *."*  ^1 ^^^^i^^c^^b^Jiei-e-tbis week,   wbicb  ig*s Daughters,  Jalmesj  Sadieriee%-  weeif^cts-^ilt'  tnept ii\ being deliveredjto the"sej&t^s^  Jfco wfcopi *kspecialjQaR otSIClOVjig,*^^  vanced somew>eks ago to finance pay-,  ingjor saoiie.  , ^������C^������nd Settlement Boa,n? bas also  taken <leliv$ry, of,- a practically tiew  FoEd <raLr<'Use old one - along ^ith'tW  two-ton .trucks haying been lately put  tip for sate; ~     "   \    '   * ?- '     "}Z~     ~   t^. . ->   -  _^ -       ,    ' , x r     t r       ,        . p*x jSitchener Heights  on Saturday  W children's coneerfc on SatnrdayJ^i^^^: Music *W .provided by the  Targe crowd was in atteodartoeV. and a  Imost enjoyable time was had "by all.  Z Mr.and Mrs; S, McOonegah B^JoBn*5  son and,KegIKull were among &b-������se-  rWho attend^d^the dance at Creston on *  "1* ^ *" "*j **      -���������. __  ^"-Mr. AndMrsj^A. Cameron of Crestoii  ^tere week-end yisitdrs at -Kitchener.  sir ���������*��������� J m- -  *** }��������� "- x. *)**-*���������-' J.      ������    " ^. ^*^-^���������  ^JS. A^MeSJSwan left'on Tu-esday afternoon t6~- als'homeat Cianbrodk.  *"  r      "������       -i*r   *t."       '        0   " .-3- ���������*-"-       ���������***-     ' V  .." W.vSehonnert had the bad>b������ck to  ���������    .. J-      * ���������.    - X ^���������     . .-* ' xr r   r .~  jrr~i.\m -*~.Jai >_ ������.:���������       ������������������*-������������������������  .t_������*���������>.-  ..  work^la8t?week, but is 'now able to be-  nSght, which ^ill Tse followed by a'  dance promises to be decidedly worth  while, and it Js hoped' there "will be*a?  gobd turnout,   The^ programme stat-ts*  Ttvnmfif ut-Or   J  *->   e.~xm~   _. ^ *     ,    ,  ./^fie^ new .bungalow which is being  erected for Mrl and'Mrs, J^aogston-on  the" Canyon-Fokbill  road   holds * the  camp record foe high altitude location;  lfeitlftjusta Kftle further^Jip'."In" tf\pt  e~H~i*^B-tl bTtte^tban' tie ^ls-ie of^Geo.'  JdckSi whicferuns it "a close secoiid.  v-  83tt������ &mm ������e&d  -t   ttT  A.   r. . J t. ~��������� ���������9 m   v.   x.   .     .-A   ^  .      \Z   ir-t J.-0- L. '-    ~ -1     - '  ������������������')-    '*������.  Jt>a%,on,the job again.  .Juntas, we go to .press to-day (TR^urs   --������v   ������t    j* -        *^������ i.  ..     _     4y^wordcoLs^hedea&^  e^:,>nd ^[/on'WednrfKtf.St^e JSmitb;  'torero between trams, on Saturday.  s������*.  j^,>  wuu ie������v uu-ev^r&llev about a vear acofcr  given fto  djtb^^fcj^jfthea^eeries/fro^n which he snffei^ci  ���������������&a������ft.BeBrsjf ij^^^,^- i6i. Pb!SiA idGhlhilSsn^ik  *%Vi  w&wft&B$:  -**-  T. W. Davis  returnee* from   Cole-  ipap- on Sundays-last, i  l'-J.       /*    .;  tsnTTn ���������="5*^.i,5*S^l������J,:T -t^S^?'  : "ifej?  on"wiirt^e^^^on8nod������yy   "|tK  likely an effoEt^^l^e "tntide'tp>eyte&  r^- %^-������ **^^"->i!K5i-r '."r-i;^**p������*^s:*������T3s.*'" }y~i'?  ^.   --^  K-_X������t Z W'l^ski-m)-^^^ '8f-~KS ^-1tt\m~\  -^j^rr^d^ onian m&e.  :^V^g#fi*W������^^ ^o-herl^a^ojtt^n;  ���������7, Fraj^-Sfcapjes m������ his S^^iJljtract  tibn engine; at work ats stump pulling  onh^ P^f %������c^in the neighborhood  ���������iwj, J    "  '-- -*������������������-     ^~-*^'&?  Pafe,4a  ^aWt^e April full moon ia past Sam  -TonJii  Jfrrtseri^hy^^^ini^ot  fes?  gt^^,x-^FKV'sa?>^-w**e������^*H   YSti^--^^*^^!^^! .  Coul!ne>Her *ffina^B^Bp^ena5|ac-  Creatb, Jean Oatwa������ B^^^"B^8rs*         '^^^���������m&Sf&i  soen-aootre ten tja^s ago on a visit to nis  -Jti-iLmSLsP.   Z-.-Ji'tiiktmitt-jitt-s. *   i    'Sail*������._������-' _  fToisbpd  *^.iv������r^������  ���������!Sk-������>*������*"*  iilfJWC ���������*���������-    *h       Tii. ^-i.    ,   \ am*~m^fmm        v. .fmtrxJt        IKK,      luov, juuumpu        , ���������       ��������� ,   ^w  neent-ur--aon^w������������*ir,**feSiwatr^iri X/resto������r\A--r~.-%iij'   ���������*-->_-,**- - -. -ir***-**    vi1 ���������--*t.   -* "<������������������* ������-**e������c *'  ste-sa  r^as^  whi^-j^fr^mul'; fco the old;J  WxoaMnehfe to receive attentiou^^r||*ei|R't4k-6nd.^ylkft s*3������e sowdfcHii  d. Thompson and  family, of  Al������*di^  ors  ,,* x.*:^~������~Ai   -v " ir r^i">" -i-i.-'i'-L  early pw* .oi:t������e -wefefe  v. ^it, '^" *- 6ltfe"S^V^������Ujt..-������v?ho b^������^ btc-a.witii  here.a ^ewlnl^^isw^k,ra^tev^4^^^ 'gloved mit^ 0% I Davy ;BcotC  Ja^k Oame]r^1!it>VM|g;^ie latte^s ~\W ^fb^eai-,Creston, which they.have  t^tb������.dly|si0|M^^.l''f "'i   ry;^$*****^^ .   ;  ''S'lfelV^''^**' i"("6^jrife������^pi|W *or raise '^M^n^d^'-lAtMrtBn had a wejl-atx  quite faefc,>ut sona^ of the mail .clerks tended emergency meeting at the Un-  are still ma&ing^a<r Ctttcbj$8of ch^i-at, ^o^^^in^^io^seaturday , after*,  the bridge, m*. Williams having the noon, to h^ar and addt-e&s fromC. E.  '3^  Z -l^^Sta-^^^"���������  ���������-^.ipZS=L\A--..- - *= -'- ~^i-  -wU^*fc-t , r.'xtii.  *yj|     ������^^3*^,1*.^. J \-r*mm'-^*x4  r>. vv;  r Sjj-- *  fc.??v-:r?>^  afc.-t,.-^^  ' "^     ' -^rajyould Jcokl������ e^%.-w������e^r5^ %** -^ - *  r Wynndel Athletic Club bad Its flt^t  ^nfxroor-meeting' last?������"Stind^! JQ%av  Viqmr, .vwh^n, a>goodigame*of b&B^ifc^  ,^^iU|^4v/uij|'o-7-tfuc, viit;'eixJU]feiV'lXr'*'V"<e>iV  tS^TT^ ������?^.Hendersotr^Jjed   Bueh, ^xlsit^iifersdn, Arthur; 6ei*e,.for al  . Jtock-a By Baby���������Louise Nlc^e/   Tf *OW������Ckm*tav early .next tnpntlr^w^   -  Bight'charAcWrs aWr{rwjiBi^r fiw:; ChAs: Sinipsont wbo;fii& ^fie^the  the ptfjsejttfttio^ of theMil^toi1������^^ positi6^of vv^oods foreman witB Can-  ventlob/^oyer whichr^iyrtiBe^n yon ���������Oity'-Lnmber Co.; Ltd.,;for .the  presides;^ and- btber^dl^eiBfait*^- Are past sii years, has reaigu'e^d; ^tcilte a  Gladys Webiiler,  fm#������I#w1������Jr "Lilly  positioh with the new lunib^^g fh-m  bott^^eruck^Brf "^ '^-   *���������'        - Biirnes,^pHffllden<i:of -l*te 'BLC. Fr^P WipkTej Then i a Schader tvln Compton  comniehcinp Operations abWattsburg,  '1ST,.. ~ v .y.   '*\u.'*f-~>-.-_~.,S\ -   *,     m^.xnix^s.x.^saxiviixturvm.. mx. i\.Z vtirkP. tinl Fntnd^IjbszieJl<e%i8>-;  '  -*,    '^P*. * .    ., "     * ji  'Blair has bad a busv week"of itai^  t.~.~.r nnm*r.t-~.m-i.r.xm  "ZtB.ii.0-ri  v*i'.*U- 1 ' J.I   iirtti-teBnZap**- growers AsiiOciation. on the 'NTew Co-,  JQperative^Iovement ih B.C."   ' Presi  .went and P., M, Lotoiby ~vre tlie first' ^fe?'?JtiB^yyw>?!d ~^e ,oh?ipV  maklng^frt^nktt^^niFriday night ^^^"TJSWS  TbeySpott ^ehfgUw^^^sK^^*We *������*^������W������|lMaB������.������P *>������t-il  andhgood  construction  Ath4������t9t4Uttg  ."I" }*  ���������> *  sr   1'  t-Ier-  X*)    ", ������  Tbo C.P.R. cuttleguaids in this lu-  cality are reept^dfnt lb a-*W coat of  wbjtowjudtivhlch the Rdctiott crew ap-  pli^*Hie:lat;t������r-part ^IttafLJ^t  Somf) of the delapidated gunrd^aye*  beejar^plftccd by newones. .  :^QiSlfet>w\{%mt. has been forking  on the ofllc������ ^talf f bf the ,amqlter'f at.  Trail for 6 couple of years, Is homoon  au extended vacation. " ' --  Ploughing operatlone^iiro .goneval  everywhere, and ^things are inr-,j{0o4,  shape. - fer' plan vlng', aa *' soon .jag" a  streak-of .warmer  weerttfrei'baiip^tttt  I ��������� ���������* * 'I*' 4    "'a'** ,*Ia\~1 *      *.      -tr,  along.    lu t^ ,.*, f. .    ,p   y������4 l'-Z<.t  \ F. -W. Ash got*f;ba������ik^'oj(^<tpvnftyi^aw^fVfUv  ..mmm  ���������^^ft '?S3^ri*>"*S^  ijt  ���������frK.,  A   .    I0 i...  I���������*.  fitf^-j^lC V^pjptraSts with" gYoWera  i' tfiS Fordj^h" fractoi' and its operator, Jimmy ]Doaj|head. hats-been snubbing cultivation -\%j~A _ continuous "oper-  atjlon "record^ at'.tte RiB. Staple^  ranch tho past inrfntb. *��������� >JPhe tractor  hmpho.wii itsubUlty to' Op^i*ate:\yitK-'.  out any st*������p,for ftxlng <?f any^stnt ftir*  70 hours at double, dl������o|ng /ipcWlonw,  dnrJngwhlob time 110 ucten of aV������a  was cultivated. >    -. ���������    .  i iThe May meeting of the United Farmers wlil;b^ h^ld, ^^.TuoBd^y ftl^ht,  an^ bereaft^ tt������e^*hjj������et}j������gs. y^Hl' bb  lb,Ut onco ^pionth���������tho W^ Tnca'day.  '    - i .������������������i'lv" '1-   '      % t 'i.      f    ��������� r  an<^I^5������iei<e%i8������-  -^otM������a1iat*������ttov������������afi^w-,.nicely half- thevReelamatlon^^arrtf'/wher^ the^  anced as to musical und spoken parts, spring branding of yoking 'st^ck^ haa  which sh"������dd ensure an, evening that been in pi-ogress.         - ' ���������*?::!.* ���������*'' ''  Js biinhd topl^S^ concert.goers.   Th������* -         ������������������<      ���������  --���������v-i*r*'-,,y:,^U4k,  ^mission **u1 been ttsfediat"^ and ������0 " Arrangements nre completedthfc  l^ts.und the net   i������r0c^a������*  of the Bwedish.concert tei be TglVen  under  ������ffaiV?WiU;������v:to the CHirtese Puirtihe Unlt������d K������um-������i*an8pjcesiitthe*school4  Fnnd-for -whieh  worfjh> eaffse tljis ^onseon-Fr.day* ������^ht l\ext������ ,^ay ������tltf  will bethe firstoall.in-Adj^ upon,V������Hey  ulti^etis,'                        ���������*".   _    r  Llste*  brook on Saturday^hfre h^l)i^vbe������tt  for a week with'Mrs., A������h, vWh^y'ls-a  hos^Httl patient In thatelty^^^������  t]nue������ totnake a nice recovery Wp%  hsroperaliun. ��������� -' ^.'.  ��������� ^'     r-������    J������-.^   ."*���������>���������>.  fr    '   -.    *! ft-    ^^^'l'Z'v4mmm  neotlon hfid th������ BprJng .utim^jui.ttn ���������"  -tMjul sixty head of yoking ������l  fl-e.^nvlWid.to tfibme fund  ^ornrt'foV the quality  - ijomo along In one ship-  "' C T*i < '���������  ������1  , |. -H ^be\*f art Js preparing to dt>,hlt* bit  to  a������  pill ...���������   mrnmrnj,....^ ^mta*. imnammf^am.  ��������� .      (^ppp-J.  With the ������rrivn>l rftom. Iir. Vattejr-.   Fruit  Tt        i * *if  y^ifQi* -'Norninn Stones-h*, thewflr������������t of  tltfe'cain^ lu make a return,yisit to the  Old tiomv In England. She leftforthe  Old Country, the earlyVpapt pf*'tho  Week. -������������������������������������' t'. ^  0. Flhlayts here from the Boundnvy  ct'������j*mtr*Jt*0������i^ visit U- his, sister,rf Mrs.  -Jas.^or3r������. ut present,    . ,. ,r    , .:  " - JlrorlVrnley has his crow of, carpenters busy at.present on,the ereotion of,  a ne>v bsn.-a opposite tbo.Miilll,. which  will be^QpjBjuipled by the mill foroniap*,  Mr. iind ftjre. Ivoi - Ohrlstensen <%o't  back froni their. -honoyniOon 'trlpf of>  Saturday, and are now nicely'* settled  ddivWtb* hniusekeeping ont< thegro^m's  ranch/     . - * <    *���������'���������**"./". .-Z'  1>*Witlt eyerydno' busy on land bper-  ntlotts the turnout ut Saturday nighL's  dance was ttm^ftllmi'st ttrthe seiison,  only'about a doeen oouple^helntf-lp  'evidence.,' Jitn-Tm^ley/walEijn charge  ofthb floor: while J, rNpble: handled  ,thepiano.- .'   *" ���������    ������������������   v'*'1'" **  .',J'  1 Bmrn^On April 26th, ill"^elflon, to  Mr. and MrarFred Powprra-aop,    ,  l' ^sblpmefit of linplemonitoiwnstst.  Tng-of .International  plows,. spring  with- >A^,&,., ,Swajn80c., nw-aident ot  Oiestdn loc<d of the U.i^., jnvited *%b  preside-as chalriuau. "A good" tt&.*~ is  itSBUiwd, and'a big ci-owd telc&kedt6r.  ^Program Ht8.'80prompt.- :>,."->.". * '  y Oomriienblng v*ith May' the ^Canyon;  United Farniei-8 will meet but once a  (V monih���������the first"Satntda^efenlng^  Oo!'. Lister.'M.P.'P.,' has-been Invited<  to addt-e&tf tbia ld������al -i^ thi-leglalitlon  enacted ai tbe 1021 ^esslbnof the legiw-  latiire.    - *       ������    - ^'-"J   ^  - **." : '  Ti Hickey is just;back ipnimraAfui^  r bnytpg ijfip hi tho Golden .and' >Wud-  drm\Jte etm^rry* acJd.r^|DArU concliUdns  gc^orally qVdetTftahoB^ districts.* ; , -  ., As.to moisture supply ilhd eaTHness  tjils spripg is thei tnost pra^nlslt|g^ve  haVe hod since 1016.   .,'.��������� >-'*j.r &t,;u  > The'trusUes halve plirehasod r'Uki-ad-  ditlunal plot aouth of tboechoolj^hlch  glyes the schoor groundeVttjarekVof  better than nr. nrirp. 'It IwAXpeeted  that-the addition to he put to-the  school this year will be built On - the  newly-������caultrd plot. Z   '' '     ~   - . ���������  ffl et * ^' P'  " Frana Putnam has. hpd the-dtaplet  Fordsoh tractor nnd dlscr'oht������t' at  IWbrknnhls ten ttpreV here, getting  ^ready for potatoes.    Z v     Zt,     . .  Mesditmes'iCnni't, Blafr ain'dMcRobb  and .Mfssos C^rlj^it nnd MrKpotJ htvire  bbtfn'selected to sifpi^rVise  .h*\ Wthoor  bail- was. t>ne cqiex . item  <m^������tie 'prjo- *v  gramme. ? All melnhers'aire������eq|ieBt^d^w.> .-_>  to turn ont eundfty^ robrnii������i^M^J������^<-^  .to finish np the-, terarfe, woi*- ^itJk������V4 ,',*  ^equipsaent-fe dn������t to- arri^ l^ris we*Ml ^  Local fawiietB have ti^ very bosy  planfcingoew Ncfieage of beft-1^; *-tot-  -nl oM25,000 plants having being^ut  in.-'beisideaa large qdantity of nwr-  berries and-nther smalf froWiBi\l .**' ���������  A. & Iftuddbap bought a;ftve,act>B  tract of land from- his father,  J. B.  Budd:and^Srat presenC' busy clearhtg-  it'up'Kndptitting'intosflMpe so thtfctTfie  ^an.crop 1W next spring. -       Z/"   ������* %  '  Norman Craigie left on Wednesday  -*"-^*i"'  J.'f'r\0^0^i* ���������+J.^'"-' a     a    ��������� ..     m" ������  ^<fet������n������|tera %v}sit of jtiat^o  months. He has been staying'with  hls'slster, tiTrs. f. -\VC Benson.  - h->>   *   &**m ,    .  u The United. Farmers will hold a  dance in. the Clubhouse un ^eitui������U>y  night, AprilMb.at^i������. ^M9>  50cf Udlee bring refreshmeptoi; Ooflid  music, good dpor ������tV%,.j* good Mme.  Come out And juxake It a success.     - -,  ��������� J. Pitt Brooke left, on Wednesday  forNelsott and Boundary'points on#  business trip.^.  Z<>\  j* i ^i  0.   tp  k   *��������� V   T*f**W^ ^ "      ���������������*     ���������**  SI. J: ������ewar HiU^ completed theal-  terutloristn his ��������� house* off the Cory  block th������t?he Was teased..     \    '���������'   '_  V Mrs^ T.'Anderson left on ai Tuesday  for the praTrie, but Mr. Andersdn'ls re*  msiriihg to look after tbe berry crap.  "' Chas. blafoi^i, who; wnB a well-  known beriry grower-here a couple of  years ago returned.here bin Saturday  after having a trip to" the Old Conptry  Charlie ts bin old time good natuiod  Bclfand������eyafbe figure*'on" puttipg In  the beinry season here if./Jhe *c&~\ jget  bomething good.       ;    .   ���������     *   , ^ ^  A b*������ebal| match bet^ree^ i^eetun  and Wynndel Is nriwgfftbfo*-Qifcfcdav.  Weafi*!sh,Uie loan! tew* 0^ very  best'oft^ik    '    *  -       r?..vZ,   .  ���������������������������'ii'i,  ?'Ar^>M\tgtelV(.. ,.*',-  *   1ij4pbJttA������'.^ at - Crjes^O"  N<>th a������d drag harrowfe and horeo c^l-  Grpwor������ Union, Ltd. *J;tlyktqrs has arrlv-ad. ami ,the equip-  gartlenltig operations this year./Jri'The;  ITnlted F/iVmeVs are e,Umg a prlsjs For  thfbevt <kebt garden.  pel  Ppi  PaLrMiuNra.  ������ ,   Axt-t  ���������. ���������,     ,      ��������� . ,.'  v TiltoenV^liimlnunii Brand rolled oat**  an* the l**tS*Nkte; "p" pf������eksg^������ ������it  H ammIV, opposite Bevai/������ garage.  \\P.Pk*f  tU *  ^iiiAawtT'ei^i'ffleeaeaeeBWM TOB    KSVIEW,-    CiEtffiSTOlf,    &,'    fi  CsfIllpi&%M  Or-*fa22i������������t!es V?-~l 13~.~~~~^?m.y For Big  Effort la Saskatchewan*  With organizations well tinderway  in the-northern part of thc province  find active preparations being made  for the southern halfj indications are  Ihat Saskatchewan will give a good  account of itself during the Red Cross  Membership Enrollment week,  June  g to ii.'-'  FuH direction andcompbte authority to carry out plans has been vested  |>y the Provincial Executive of the  Red Cross Society in a Special Membership Enrollment Committee consisting of Comriiissioner W. F. Kerr,  Regina, chairman; p. H. McDonald,  Fort Qu'Appelle, first vice-president;  F.C. Grant, Mdsse Jaw, manager, of  the Bank of Hamilton, and treasurer of the local branch ���������; Col. Cross,  M.L.A,, Regina, and Col. Jas. McAra;  Regina, president of the Provincial  Command G.W.V.A. The active  ���������direction of the campaign in the  southern part of \h~ province is placed in Commissioner Kerr's hands,  while W. F. MarshalV of Saskatoon;  is responsible for ih. north;  ^ The jural municipality is being  made the unit, of organization-In the  country districts. For s sme time  past an organizer has been 3n the  field in the northern part of the province arranging for the appointment*, of  chairman and secretaries for the  campaign committees in thc several  rural municipalities and already committees have been set'upin over forty  municipalities. It is proposed to  place two or three more organizers  in. the field in the near future.  In addition to organized Red Cross  branches, active support is being asked for and very largely obtained from  former Victory Loan workers., as well  aa reeves, secretaries and councillors  of rural municipalities. Saskatchewan enrolled over 10,000 life members  of the Red Cross during the war and  personal letters are being sent out to  each soliciting-their.assistance.  Pre-cainpaign UWature is being extensively used. A small four page  folder making preliminary announcement of the enrollment campaign has,  heeri issued. Another f<3ur page leaflet has been prepared setting forth  the relations existing between the  Red Cross and the returned soldiers  Jn Saskatchewan, a supply of which  will be forwarded to each one of the  170 branches of * the G.W.V.A; in the  province. '  Commissioner Kerr has addressed  the annual conventions of the G.W.-  V.A., the School Teachers' Association and the Saskatchewan Registered  Nurses' Association  in the last  two  months, all of whom unanimously endorsed the peace time program of the  Red Cross, and pledged their support.  The objective in  Saskatchewan  is  the enrollment of every adult at the  annual fee of one dollar and all boys  and   girls   as   junior members at 25  cents.     "The entire proceeds  of the  campaign among the junior members  will be applied to the relief of crippled children whose parents are unable to afford remedial measures.  This ���������Sttcsisera can be aaswered %oth  ,-wayS.     I������_the deafness is due t������ Catarrh, -success is general if ihe/ sufferer persists in the use of Catarrhozone, and thereby drives Catarrh out  tletaSrof ,J?2^#3& tion Investigation Branch of the Can-  f AM Till? MAE Dl?  S*;iai������   sse&s saurUL   aSSL.  ttgafv-g*  MMt*.    HWtm tx an. A  m-  ���������".-t^jg-ta-i-a. ass-awa-a <uul  Gdmiss Alfalfa  Seed   Grpvm  |by Western-* Canada  ' fs'flr-t-*-'^     ST*"���������     ~X*i������-     -tm^-.m.XnimmA.'"'  ~.tii.AXXV-XX_i     VM1     livn,    UV,     *W1/IBJJ.������U.  Thefirst^regtstration of Graham alfalfa seed grown in Canada has been  made by Don;H. Bark, of the Irriga  vapor of Catarrhozone relieves the inflammation, destroys the Seed of Catarrh and thereby allows nature, to reassert herself. For Catarrhal I/eaf-  ness, pain over the eyes, plugged nostrils and\ other symptoms associated  with Catarrh, use Catarrhozone.  You'll be more than pleased with the  quick improvement in'your condition.  Two months' treatment, One Dollar,  sold everywhere, or the Catarrhozone  Co., Mbntreal.  Agricultural Instruction  In Manitoba  Large Grant ^Devoted to Instruction  T���������    --  i~xa   ex.  Agriculture*.  An especially interesting feature of  the grant to the province of Manitoba  made  tinder  thc Dominion Agricultural Instruction Act which amounted,   according   to thc. report or. the  working of the act for    1919-20J    to  $77,113, is the'allotment of $20,000'to  extension schools, of $13,000 to aid in  thc teaching of homev economics, and  a like-amquni to the encouragement  and development of boys' and girls'  clubs.      Thus,  nearly -two-thirds   of  the grant is devoted directly   to   instruction in agriculture for the youth  of both sexes.     Twenty thousand dollars went towards meeting   the   expenses of a well-established and thorough going   agricultural   representative system.     The balance of $11,000  helps towards dairy work, beekeeping,  cost .ni the Killarney demonstration  iarm', and to s'oil analysis and survey.  How well home economics has been  encouraged is proven by thc fact that  the    women's   Institutes, which held  during the year five-day   -courses    to  the number of 390 in home economics,  including .dressmaking and millinery,  increased in number and membership,  respectively from 17 and 750 in 1914  the year the act-came into foree3 -to  120 and* 4,800 iri 1919.      Under an arrangement'^ that   -exists between the  provincial departments of agriculture  and education,  whereby    boys'    and  girls' clubs and school fairs are carried   on   co-operatively,  in   1919,  220  central clubs and 1,200 branch clubs  had sprung Into being with a membership of 26,500.     At the school .-.fairs*.,  held practically by all the clubs, entries   Tyere   made   of   887 pigs, 871  calves, 356 sheep,    255    colts,    4,433  chickens, 9,792 specimens of cookery,  9,433 of vegetables, 5,000 samp les of  canning, 1,000 of dairy products, 1,600  of wood-working, and 2,250 of record  keeping  work.      In  all,  there  were  about 28,000 exhibits of actual school  work.      Of the nearly   30,000   club  members, it is well worth' noting, that  fewer than 2,000 failed to carry thcir  projects   througli   and   to make exhibits.  adian   Pacific " Railway   af Brooks,  Albei-ta,  --  .Mr. ��������� Bark^hffs been advised ;hy Mr.  L.*H. Newman, secretary of-the Canadian Seed'Growers' Association, that  the Grimm alfalfa seed grown by six  different farmers/near Brooks is being .registered-and that he is sending  them certificates of registration. The  fields of .these growers were inspected last year; and the seed offered for  registration- as" Grimm, ' As a result  of the ^registration,, farmers, will now  be able td^have registered seed grown,  from, this-stock. ;:This marks a tremendous '" stride forward for the  Brooks district. Seed growers and  distributors have been clamoring for  this seed for years, and will now be  able to procure the pure Grimm alfalfa seed in 'Alberta. . v  Money m nog Massing  r Children ���������sy for Ffeichesfs  Sletchej������e Castoria Is strictly a remedy for Ik?aatfl aaa Children  Foods are specially prepared for t>abies������ ~ A baby's medicine-  is even more essential for Baby. Remedies primarily prepared  for grown-ups are hot interchangeable. It was the need of  a remedy fer the common ailments of Infants and Children  that tronght Castoria before tbe public after years of research,  and no claim has. been made for it that its ~m for eves SO  years has not proveso * ,  Wha  The Prince,  "Everyone wonders how the Prince  manages to get through all his en-  -gagem-tnts. /By keeping splendidly  fit. The Prince takes exercises of  some aort t,very day in addition to  fifteen minutes' physical training  every morning,' it was explained*'���������  jeJDaily Mail.  Brood Sows Nearly As Valuable Ab  Good Shorthorns. ,   -  There is a pronounced rebound in  favor^ of hogs throughout Ontario  and Eastern Canada. The shortsighted policy of many farmers last  fall in selling their brood sows is  bringing its natural reward in disappointment, to those now unable to  take advantage of an exceptional demand for breeding stock.. Brood  sows are today reported to bc selling,  in some districts, to within $5.00 of  good grade shorthorns. The following items are contained in the last .reports on farm conditions made by  the Ontario .Department of Agriculture:���������,  "Brant    (county)    says  that good  Shorthorn grade cows at an all-day  sale brought only about $95.00 while  brood    sows . fetched around $90.00.  Small pigs  are-unusually scarce ,on,  this    market    t$is,', spring,  and.   run:  from $12.00 ^o $16.00 a pair, accord--  ing to age."  "Brood sows are in good demand  at auction sales according to Kent,  Simcoe and Pc.l representatives, the  last quoting prices ranging from  $75:00 to $125.00."  When the sacrifice of sows was at  its height last fall, packers, realizing  the inevitable effect, issued reiterated  warnings to farmers^ Because of  the information then issued the worst  in a sweep to thc abattoirs was stemmed. Many- farmers rmist now realize how valuable that information was  to them./ This quick rebound in hogs  only conljrms the business creed of  those closest to the livestock industry  that the "in-apd-outcr," especially in  hog breeding, is his own worst enemy.  _  = El 8 J^ 0%  Castoria is a harmless 'substitute; for Castor Oil, Paregoric,  Drops and Soothing .Syrups* It is'pleasant. It contains  neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance.. Its  ^ge is its guarantee. Fos more than thirty years it has  been in constant use for the relief of Constipation^ Flatulency^  Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising  therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids  the. assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep.  The-Children'& Comfort���������The Mother's Friend.     -  GENUINE   CASTORIA ALWAYS  j&   Beats the Sigha&g-s of  Iii Use For Over 30 Years  THS CENTAUD COMPANY. NEW VORR OITV  Plenty Of Ue*  This is the census month of the  British Empire: It is expected that  the count will show 440,000,000 people under the British 'flag, making f}-^  largest gathering under the role of  any government known in history.���������  Buffalo Courier.  Canadian Bacon Exports.  In 1920 Canada supplied Great Britain with exactly twice as much bacon  as Denmark did. This is a great  change since the" pre-war year of  1913, when Denmark sent into Great  Britain.over eleven times the Canadian total.   - * \-    "  Farmers Are Optimistic  The principal reason why coins,are  ���������truck and not cast is that molten  snetals contract on cooling, Thus  counterfeit coins, which^arc always  east, -show fatal variations in size,  which authentic shaped coins do not.  Prospects Generally for a Favorable  Crop Season Are Good.  The open weather last fall enabled  farmers to do more work thau usual  on thcir land, and much ia ready for  seeding. What the, total crop area  will bc it is hard to say at present. It  is generally believed that it will not  bo larger tlian last year���������if as large-  when the area in crop io Alberta was  "Do yoiWant a spoon, or will you lap  She Followed Instructions.  Among the instructions which a  mi-strcss had given her new maid from  the country was one to .bring i in a  glass of milk each evening at 7  o'clock. Thc first .evening ��������� Jane  brought in the glass clasped tightly  in her hand. ,  "Don't do that again; it's bad etiquette,. Jane," ordered thc mistress.  "Always bring t\ in on a tray."  Next evening Jane appeared with a  tray full of milk in her hand.  "Excuse mc,,ma'am," said the maid.  Sure Grip oie a Narrow Road  Dominion GROOVED, CHAIN and NOBBY TREAD Tlree give the  ���������mall cair owner the non-skid type of tire, built with the same care,  the same time-tested materials, the tampworloxuuiehSp found In the  largest sizes for the heayieet caw. I  You gel DOMINION quality, DOMINION wrvlcc, DOMINION  comfort, DOMINION MILEAGE in Dominion Tiree, whether yo������  buy 30 x 3}~ tines fo* A Ford or Chevrolet or the biggest tireo made  for thc largest Cora. ; ?-. ^ *,*��������� vV;..,'***/���������>..';.,.������������������..*������������������"��������� :������������������  .**������'"-* . *. ��������� *.*/'.'���������  Dominion 7ttr~a, JDominiom Auser SloZwe ������mt? jDoia/ntow TIr*  A������������������4~o$6ri-e ttrm eold by the b*~t fooler* ftrom tsQoat to cott...  DODDS  '/;  KIJDNEV;  /   PILLS  f- rr r   ai  THE?  nearly eight Million acres, in Saskatchewan ' nearly seventeen million  acres, and in Manitoba somewhat  more than six million acres;  There' art), however, several districts where a considerably larger  ar<-a will h*. put Into crop as compared with last year. For example,  farmers' near Mcleod in Southern Alberta say they will have a hundred  per cf.nt. f/rcater acreage in crop than  last -year, A much larger aro of  land was summerfallowed than usual  last yr-z-r and tbla^will be put into  crop. " In tlie I.loydman.'Ucr and Bat-  tlcfe>r-l zrtAH ;< considerable number  of new ftettlers will havc their land  In crop for the firef time, while tlie  older ������������!tt1������r������ generally will i������ed  larger acreagen, Farmers generally  are optimbtlc as to their pronpects  during the coming ������eaaon.  it up?"  That he should be buried fn a  wicker basket was the desire of a  Worthing (England) b.vri-ucr.  High Price For Pure Bred Stool*.  Two records were made at the  espring livestock show at Edmonton  recently, Sedate Dale, a Shorthorn  bull bred by A. M. Steed, of Lethbridgc, was sold for $900, which is thc  highest price paid for a bull at an auction ssle in Canada this year, .and  thirty cents a pound, live weight, was  paid for thc prize steer in thc calf  feeding contest. This steer was  shown by Norman Williams'; of Vermillion, Alberta.  In, Turkey the moment the roof 4s  built ovcr t\ new house it Is customary  to hang from the most prominent  eave a string of garlic, with an old  shoe, to keep 00 the evil eye*  DOM  ARE  910  vvSenctfor  Book of  JRecipes,  i FREEi  Minard's Liniment For Bumo, Etc,  W.   N.   V,   1365  In2,  and  20-tbt tins  ���������"���������umnniim  To bring out the spicy, Appealing flavor, and melee them  crisp, and crunchy, add a cup of Crown Brand Syrup  instead of sugar, the next time you bake cookies. Children munch Croijtai Cookies with lively satisfaction.  Ab they grow older the mettibry of Mother's Crown  Cookies remains when other things ore forgotten*  TIIE CANADA 8TAHCH CO., LIMITED, MONTREAL  Crow ii *Brasi���������* Syriip  the Great Sweetener"  l*m  1  4S  -'���������'}  -Z\  'it  ���������S-'ll  s" ^i  31  NUMl  -���������������������������'���������"���������tii -eieMr***1*-***"* ���������'*''*��������� ������������������"*'  ixMAtxiijimtiiiiAmxitu  mmtmwmmimitiiiixxititmmtm  m ' ^���������'t,  THEr\BEVIEWf -^GBESTON^   B.    a  /  f/~0  K-  -mm-mm&m  World Happenings  9*8 A  a IV  *0  8 ysi  Education in Algeria  -V,    :*    .j*. '^ ^     ���������      .  Rapid Growth of Edacational Facilities of ths Province.  Oae hundred- and seven school districts, covering: aa'sres^ of, eighteen  hundred.square miles,- werer formed i&  Alberta'iu 1929, aa indication of the  rapid growth or xhe, educational -facilities of the province.-*, Attthe end of  1920 there were 3,533 schools, or nearly six times.as many as in 1966. During the* past fifteeh^yeafs an average!  of .s^.out -two huadred; additional  schools have been formed per "year,  ^ntiatt'endahce at schools has increased from*24,245 t^ ������21,567! The amount  of' Government -grants to; schools increased,, from $170,315 in 1919 fo ������1.-  018,068 ������n 1920,^  .  UAW DUPHMATfeif  UWW  lUlIHUUiUldlfl  Picturesque  Jiressj  VJL tm^n������M,Jm--Vm*^f-~~, A. -mVLm-fT^  A. '/  CAN BE OVERCOME  Doctors   have   declared   a general  strike at Avila. Spain.  ��������� j,   '    ~ ' ���������' ' 1  British Columbia will send a, large |  number of'"men to prairje farms^this"  year��������� ,     .  i ^  Tftie British Admiralty deny that  ships ate being: built for Japan in  Great Britain.  The" wife of Bela Kun, thef former*!  Communist   dictator.    Has .been expelled- from Italy. -  Complete cures of sleeping- sickness  are reported by Professor Clevade  and H. Larvier of fche Pasteur  Institute.      ��������� *  Switzerland will nofc -resume commercial negotiations with Russia uri*-  tll the Soviet's debt has been paid  or guaranteed.        . -  A report from the British Labor  AtttMirt-tnAxt*.       cVi^v-nra      frfiafr    *frtiX rvr-irs.   r*..  V0X. ^-xv. .m.mxrxmtr       ux.xr vv ���������*. 0.-0.. ���������. tr���������t w    ���������ntrx. V    W*>  living in Great, Britain declined eight  points in March.  General Wrangel. former -head of  the south Russian Government has  established a so-called Russian Government at Constantinople.  Lord Finiay will preside over the  inquiry which is to be held in England into the embargo-which prevents  live cattle landing ia England and  being fattened.* ^V:    *      .  \  Cahjary coal dealer^ and operators  will reduce their .prices by $1.15 a ton  if the railroad cqfhpanies"will reduce [  their freight rates 20 per cent, during  May, June, July and August  Soviet officials ^x~ putting' into  effect a decree proposing, that the  Russian art treasures," seized from  palaces and private * individuals shall  bc% placed yoa* the market and sold  abroad to buy food.  Not By Rubbing, But By Enriching  ing the Blood.  Rheumatism is a disorder of^the  blood. Ii attacks ..people when the  blood is overcharged with acid and  impurities, thus setting up inflammation Mn the muscles and joints. Wet  weather pr cold weather, niay start the  tortures of rheumatism,/but it is not  the' cause. The cause is in the blood.  Victims of this malady have every  reason to fear the first dull ache in the  limbs and'joints, followed by sharp  pain's, through the flesh and muscles;  these are the symptoms^ of "poison in  the blood, which will shortly leave the  victim paitiracked and helpless. Liniments, hOf* applications and rubbing  may give temporary ease, but cannot  possibly root;the trouble out of the  system. That can only -be don������t by  enriching the blood. This new blood  drives -cuit the .poisonous impurities^  hand the-rheumatism disappears. - If  1 you are a sufferer from this painful  malady^ begin  the use of Dr.  Wil  ~t^~  Mi  JlJLJM������JL������)li^JL  I  CS  VJULCll/M'lU  Os  JLII             -   ^  rIV������V������i&lh4������  jl a^iiiaC  Vt-t ������  Xt.V4XXX~  *DJ_������-  i. 1111*4.  Pills and see how soon  the pain and stiffness of the joints  fade away. Among those who have  benefitted by the use of these pills is  Mr. Freeman Irving;, Baxter Harbor,  N.S., who says: "Some time ago my  blood was in a terrible condition,  leaving me very* much run down; and  with boils breaking out'on my body.  To add-to my misery-rheumatism set  in, and I not only suffered greatly  from the pain, but could only,_ get  around - with 'the greatest- difficulty,  with  By Marie Belmont.  **' The quaint modes of Victorian days  are recalled ia this foyjeiy dress. It  'is originated in dark red taffeta. . No  'sleeves are united with the tight-fit-  'ting bodice, but around the armhOles  and the neck line a tiny ruche of white  lace is attached. Tlie chief decorations on this dress are bands of very  tiny, black beads. This trimming  outlines the bodice and is also used  with good'effect on its lower part.  The skirt Is somewhat longer than  those that h.ave,beenj so fashionable,  and undoubtedly.anticipates the new  length. It is elaborated with ruches  of taffeta and bands of beads.  Rey. Parker Moon  rn..-.-  . A-ftertgving" several mea^cmes  ^out'much succes s,v* I decided to give  Dr. Williams' fink Pills a'trial. _as  they "had * been warmly, recommended  tb me;-- I think I used nine-boxes al-,  together,'but the results met my every  'expectation, as both the. boils and the  rheumatism* disappeared. "Naturally  I' feel that I- cannot praise the pills  tbo highly."    .  "  You can get Dr. Williams* Pink  .Pills' through any dealer in medicine  or by mail at 50c a box or six boxes  for $2.50 from The pr. Williams'  Medicine Co,,"Brockville, Ontt  / WneM^MMMeaM������M������������ 4*  . f"** '���������-  To JLearn Railroading  \  Chinese 0$ming to Make Study of  Canadian Railroads.  4  Por the purpose of studying railroad operation, six Chinese students  are coming to Canada to spend three  years In thc seryice of the C.P.R. according to a statement made by/ G. M.  Bosworth, chairman of the'CrP.R.  Ocean Services; who has returned after, , spending two months in the  Orient. The Canadian road was selected overlall roads in North America^ The -students will arrive; on the  steamer"' Empress of Russia, due  shortly^;  ���������*.*..'-"      *���������': ���������* * P   ;       ��������� ������������������������������������*���������  Knowledge1.  Most of the things you think yott  know are only things told you by  someone who was-tojd'by somebody  else- who heard ft���������Detroit Free  Press.  If one be troubled'with corns, he  Will find in Holloway's Corn Remover  an application that will entirely relieve suffering.  J. Fenimore Cooper couldn't write  unless he had gumdrops to chew. He  bought them ih large quantities, and  as he munched them he evolved the  stories for which he is famous..  Minard's   Liniment   for   sale   every-  wheres " *--  In the last examinations held at the  medical school of University College,  London, five out of the six medals  awarded for proficiency^ in studies  were won by women.  Nearly everybody in Southwest  Missouri either knows or has heard  of the Rev. Parker Moon, who for a  full half century has devoted his life  apd talents to Sunday school and organization work for*- the Society of  Friends or Quakers.  "Uncle Parker," as he is more familiarly "known, came from "fine old  rugged Quaker stock, and thereXis not  a better known or more highly , respected citizen in that part of jthes  state. Ih. rsferring "to his remarkable restoration to nealth by Tanlac,  he said: V      "     .- '      '       'v '- '  ���������:"  "About I five years ago I suffered  a general breakdown.. My principal  troubFe was nervous indigestion. My  appjetite was-very poor and my food  seldom agreed with mc, and I had to  live on a very restricted diet I suffered a gVeat deal from headaches  and dizzy spells; I had severe pains  across the smalLof my back and was  badly constipated' most of the time.  In fact, I was'so weak and rundown  I was not able to attend to my duties.  "This condition made me very nervous and I could not sleep at night.  Frequently I would lie awake "most  alPnight and was In that condition  more "or   less -for five years:     My  physician said he could not do any-''  thing for me and suggested a'change  of climate. I then movfed to Texas  and went back and forth three times  but did not get the relief I had hoped  for. Finally, I got so bad off J was  not able to get around with any degree of comfort I was also told t  had heart trouble.  "I had read about Tanlac and, as it  had been very highly recommended  to me, I decided to try it ��������� I got a  bottle and had taken only a few doses  until * I could' notice *a marked improvement in my condition. ��������� I noticed especially that. I was not troubled anjr more with '- sour - stomach  .after eating, which was a fereat relief.  "I kept ou taking Tanlac until I  fully regained-my health.' My "appetite, is splendid; I enjoy my meals  and I.do not find it necessary now to  take any laxative medicines of- Say  kind. Lean sleep much 'better1 ana  am not nearly so nervous. rv  "I take great pleasure in recommending Tanlac to anyone who needs  a good system^ builder, or who suf-*  fers, with stomach trouble. I hare  recommended Tanlac to a great, many  of my friends and' am pleased to  reach others by giving this statement  ��������� for publication."  p AINS fii 1^0 ;������m������U <������������ thf  tlam, paina in tho Hmba all tell  of defective kidneya.  '������������������  ��������� ��������� * '' *     *      .', ������������������ * ���������'.   v  Poluono  ar*  b&tnf  leCt fn th*  blood which cause pains and oohoar  Tho: !tianoyr������f  Uvor; o,nfl  bowolfl  Btuat bo arousod to action by suoh  troatmont tv������ Dr. Ohaud's Kldnoy-  t~tlv6v Plll������.  '��������� "''"-'".':��������� -���������*?��������� '������������������ ^*V���������������������������"���������*.  ,;-*,.      t      * * * ��������� :������������������ i ��������� -..* ..* >* , *  Thoro IK no time tor daisy when'  tho tcldnc-ys go wronff. for such A<~~  , yelopmontf os hardonlftic oC tho aiv  Corloa and Drl������ht,������ dlnoas* *%r. tho  natural t-onuU.  Oa������ Dtu a do-**, m':mm * bo������, au  #Ml������r������, or maiuamfloni* Mm'������~:*~^'~Mm  forobto.' ���������*; ���������"      ���������'  .;'���������,.".���������'���������":,;.'������������������, ,",.���������'......".".  \~JP    1    ������     \rrj.   1     iC'.lC/^X--'      mZ}  Kufnetj livi!R Pills  Millers   Worm   Powders will drive '  worms from the system without in-������  juryrt0 the child.     The''powde/s"are  so easy to take that jlte ,mo;St delicate ���������  stomach can assimilatei them arid welcome them as speedy casers tof pain,  becjiiisc   they   promptly remove the,  -worms that cause the pain, ;and tints  the suffering of thc child ifl- relieved.  With so sterling a remedy at hand no  child should.suffer   an   hoiy , from,  worms. ' " ,, , '     ' '-  ;  Tlie Manx Language*  The ^anx language must be either  very difficult or else exceedingly convenient,:, for Lord Raglan^ sipeaUlttgibe-  fore tlie Society of.Gcricaloglstsdn  London, -said that lie -had never met  two persons s who agreed as to the  spelling or nieanihg of^ny one word  in the Manx languttBe,^^,   "  ,   ���������      ~w4mtmtimm044t44m4-mm^mtmm4tt4mmmmm -,  The flmalloatnumbervof teeth dished out by Nature falls to the lot of  itttit.v.^reat^jcre^ure,/ the  .narwhal,  which' has only two. ���������*.>:' ...-.<.-.'..  Minard's Liniment for Dandruff.  m/mimtft  04400.444444-  W*   N.   U.   1365  SHE TOOK HER  MOiSiERS ADViCE  '.'..', -mtt4tmt44m~tm~mmw4ti~mm~-wm--m 'Z Z;  Now is in the BeA  of  Healthbecauoeshe took  Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Cohipound  Keesock. Sask.���������" My mother has  talcen Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable  | Compound and  upon learning of  my. troubles advised mo to try It,  as I  seemed all  rundownofter-the  ilu and had'lcu-  corrhoea very bad.  I liavo taken Lydia"  E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Com-  jiind, arid L^dla'*;  ,. Plnkham'o  lood Medicine  ^.T itlvo Wash also Dr.  Brown's Capsules ana Prescription and  -om much better In every way. I am  willing for you to use my letter as ft  t������iBtlmonlal as I recommend wyour  , medicines." ���������Mrs. Iebmb KttL8dw������  Kissaock,Saelc   * "(  It Is not always In biujlneai that a  woitian la forced, to Ktvo up her work  on account of 111 health. It Is quite as  Often tho woman who does her own  work at home, When backaches and  Iieadachea drive out all ambition, when  Ihat bearing-down sensation attacko  you, when'rou nw nervous and blue*  -fhe onomttat htilp for euch ailments Is  Lydia K. Pinkham's Vcffeublo Com-  Nova Scotia Coal Output.  The Commissioner of Works and  Mines, Hon. E. H. Armstrong, has reported, to the legislature that 5,687,-  970 tons of coal were mined in Nova  Scotia during 1920, an increase qf 684,-  213 tons over 1919.  Sores Flee Before It���������There are  are, many, who have been afflicted with  sores arid have driven them away with  Dr. Thomas' Eclectrlc Oil. * AH  similarly troubled should lose no time  In applying, this splendid -remedy, iras  there is nothing like it to be hadi :"���������*It-  Is'cheap, but its power i9 in no way  expressed byits low price.';,  ..*'.'.   ���������" -i .iZiiivtmitmmmmmtmmt  German Color Scheme. *  Germany seems to be undergoing  rapid color changes, A few weeks  ago, things were reported "black."  Thcnjwe were told the people were  feeling "blue/1 Tliey claimed to be  ���������'green" about the origin of the war,  and went"purple"* with rage when  the Allies demanded reparation. They  acted'as if they had a streak of "yellow" in their make-up, tilthough in-  ^cstigation showed they were in  ''plhjc" of cotiditioh to stand tlie financial strain. The latest Is that they  :are turning "Red." But iltere'a ono  shade to which they are immune.  They never actv "white."-���������St. Thomas  Times-Journal,  Would Perpetuate Armistice Day.  In line with the suggestions' made  before the special parliamentary/committee on soldiers' civil re-establish-  ment, H. M. Mowat (Parkdale), has  filed a resolution asking the House  of Commons to affirm that it 4s desirable to perpetuate the triumphant  conclusion of the war by selecting  each year the Monday in the week in  which November III (Armistice Day),  occurs, as Armistice Day and that  "general thanksgiving to Almighty  God" be;proclaimed.:,-;     *. i     (>.  ��������� *    ���������*.'*.       'i\ ,,* -.-, t *>ni. -������������������';.     Z , _.y,       ���������  '*,(< r,A   i      -r f\        1  Wlqo Servlco For For North.  Communications with- thjp Far  North will be malntalrted this summer by means of on Inor.cased telegraphic service between Peace River  and Edmonton, according- to R. C  McDonald, superintendent of Government telephones.  ^Rdi      ^^^m    - dHMtJkAVkjF^-a^MI *   ' m^i^Ammt        ^^^Lflkfll V*Stt ****^M       ���������R#**^tfft  4t*bt^ t&&dttt okbi after d bitto  \\VmU-  '������  v,,ny,i,m -mii-Mitxv-ifttjtli ,tvnv*-i''>4'ift������tt^i**IM'iAf^t^r������r^4^^ -in****-. t?������^tfe.y.nJft      Vv  i*  f'   r*. fiu, itmljt  ���������WUfft"***^     0tmt*i'4^tmtl0i\'~4 Ut yfm^r4't*t44l*4liA~,~Jiff^tp*tasJt*)*'0tf'l  I  -^^t-^MWfU'W*.      l#'^*^ifllpt^lfmr**m*'f���������Jr-**lty>l,*ll  ������������������1'*rr'-'i>-i'(*e*3"  i ntttftS * n\ff,**    *-*v^*i*tor4*Jt*m*Hm^m-.*ii**taitpr*f-' Wf  iiigriftt-hiMTTV-f���������*-s-**Vilft>������ liHI.li.ill  ||l,*Hi>|*|  **T*"*"TTltV-irr-ieTll,|-*fi't tn  ,, ������������������* <-*���������>  ' ,*'������ ,' ,  -*  -   *i.������- "-"-'T- M     r' '-1*1"- V'"-'      t   '-,/'������' >���������.'������������' T'   ���������*���������"*';"'  **v������'.*-.'^.-a,.^..��������� .��������� !,'��������� y ���������.     ���������> a-..i-..-...-|.-���������->'*j.'w'"t ,'w*. 'jv*i;"������ ' inr*���������f-m-  " p    -yz   . -  '-P.-     "      - *-* -,-"    ~   :  'z^Pp '    .      .        :.     ��������� Z,-P>  V--.J  EH3S ���������B������S?g������ '-BEfVIEW  *���������*<  THE  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C.  Subscription s $2.50 a year in advance.  faO r**. x _  vrvr Art -������������     &  '~w.w i>u u.ct, points.  ^ 4 r *  ���������, C. E. Hayes, Editor and Owner,  ORESTON, B.C.,  FRIDAY, APR. 29  -for endorastion by, the. end. of the  year. Mr. Barnes outlined them in  a general way, tiheaim being toeon-  trol the distribution avid marketing  of at-least-75 per cens. of the entire  fruit output of B.C.������.  O.U.G. Will Sell  Union's Output  With the exception of looking after the trade in the "Crows Nest  Pass territory, the- soiling of the  fruit and vegetables of Creston  Fruit Growers Union customers for  1921 will be done by the Okanagan  United Growers, on fcHe distinct understanding that next year the looal Union Will join u^fyith a co-operative selling organization that  will include all points in British  Columbia, and that coniu'ivncing  next year the local Union will oper  ate on five-yesyr contract basis.  Briefly stated, this is the outcome of the meeting of Creston  Fruit Growers Union shareholders  />n Friday'afternoon, whicbattraet-  ed a thoroughly., representative st-  tendance,r^dv|waH presided.over by  President *W; ^���������#a0k%t;; / ���������<' \ .  The policy ol^^l^f^^O'Jx:^.;  do this year's', selling w&i^aTflop������ed  at a directors! session previous to  the general meeting, and was Assented to by the shareholders hy.al-  most a unanimous vote.  Tlie decision to link np with the  prospective all-B.C. co operative  association followed upon the address of 33. C. Barnes, president oi.  the B.C. Fruit Growers Asscc&tion  who wab the chief speaker at the  meeting, on the "New-Co-Operative Movement in B.G."  The details of the new organization have not been fully worked  out, but will be complete and ready  . ���������*���������     fi"    ���������       ,. ZZ  Painting r;  Papering  Kalsomining  JAS. ADLARD  CRESTON  IVIlLil\v  Rich is) Butierfaf, and from  TutorciElin-testsd Cows  CREAM FOR SALE  at all timea  7 Quarts or 14 Pints for #t00.  MOUNTAIN VIEW RANCH  WALTER V. JACKSON  BREAD���������The fineat product of  the.oven;   in either. White,,  Brown, or the popular Currant IJoaf.' ������������������"  CAKES,   dwkiffs,    Doiighniitw1  ��������� 8wi������e Eoll,  POEK PIES fresh made every  Wednesday apd Saturday.  Wedding and   Birthday Cakes  inadfl to order,  A full Hne of Chocolates and  Candies carried im stock*  **'''. ���������'������������������������������������ ���������      * ' *  Our goods have alwwys pleawi*!  otherwj we fe������������l nwhyon will  find them ������ati������faotory, ������J  'mV~~.VfrACAm~.~z ���������-"  ju|L|i|^ ^^^ud u.^^^1 ^^^nyu.       oiUi    ^.4   ,idJ^u   ^S^UtL   ^u|^^^  ^^A^^t.9t  mmWm~m,-V% H    '   Jt 1 m~rM%M%lMi0mtf  Po������to0j������5������f iBIk.  'tiJ^eStOtf  **      '  ,t^m00^-mim00mmtMm\  wwawww(**>*<>iiww^^ mmm  Must Control TSJPer Cent.  Until absolute control of this  quantity of the entire orchard out  prit of the "province is assured the  profitable operation of the fruit industry is very mftch at stake. Tbis  year control  of .almost the entire  *> tt  berry crop of the province will be iti  the hards of the O.U.G. and the  probable success or failure of the  bigger undertaking may be gnaged  from this year's berry selling.  A-IV.    Tl������������ j*r*i������Q     nt,Qcaritar]    ti-i *****.      aooa  briefly and in convincing and businesslike fashion, as well as answering numerous queries as to market  prospects for 1921, a,nd well deserved the very hearty vote - of thanks  tendered turn at the conclusion of  his talk. -_ -   -   .  In opening Mr. Barnes drew attention to the extensive movement  both in Canada and the United'  States of the' producers to "devise  methods whereby thjey could market* tneir crops at a proilt, fche 'more  striking examples being the United  Grain. Growers riu ' the Canadian  Vwest andth-efarnaers-of the middle  states of thV^epn&lio'to*- the south.  Right now a.-committee of seven  teen representative U.S. agriculturalists \?ere in conference, endeavoring to evolve a plan whereby the en-'  tire agricultural output of the  States, could be marketed co-operatively.   -  Co-operation effectively applied  would Eliminate* all unnecessary  middlemen, avoid needless and unwise competition and prevent waste  in handling. Without united action of some sort every grower was  an independent shipper, and'Unorganized Were easy "prey for the'buy-  er xvfeojsa alw^ysteeaegeij-.tQ get pro-  duct^Jafthe^owest prices. >"-'Aud if  -      r  '������������������;,-���������"*    7 .    *   '     <"i z  united'" action by'" the individual  growers^ were necessarj' to maintain uniform prices, how much more  needful is it for the couple of dozen  fruit selling agencies throughout  B.C to work in harmony with each  other if these same desirable uniform prices are to be mainta;'*"-a.  In discussing middlemen Mr. Barnes .made it quite clear that the  'wholesaler was Hr very -necessary  factor iu>the expeditious marketing  of fruit'      ', ...  Co-Operation's Five Essentials  - In conducting any successful cb  operative organization' there are  five essentials: Capital, volnmo,  control Jof distribution*, ; uniform  standard of pack-and' quality, and  stability. Capital should include  ample funds to carry on i-with',  through emergencies which > are  bound to be encountered*. Volume  of b^iinesa always ensures a lower  handling cost.  On control of distribution Mr.  Barnes spoke at some length. , In  191f) B.C. had its biggest crop and  the only thing that saved the marketing situation was; two* factors:  Eastern Canada and the Eastern  States had'a liglit eropi and a&feat  deal of the Btftiah .Columbia' frmf,  frrase on the tree$.. ,   .   ,:^ .,���������.'      ...  , Prospects are that the 1921 crop  will exceed thiit of 1919 by at least  40 per cent., giving an output 50  per cent, in excess of wliat the  prairie miarket can absorb. Iri  other words half this year's B.C.  apple crop miiRt be marketed other  than at prairie points. With these  feat* fltaring'growers in the fac������ it  is at once evident that unless much  clo������er co-operation in distributing  vb~ orop .t, efltmblinhftd the return of  the disastrous polloy of ft'-lling on  con sign n>en t, m������������riot be averted*  ..The. life-having policy miisi he  adopted ot pmt������otirig (.mml-M oi������  tie*-, tt.mfr'ie m.Yiiih lipi) (i^e\i,p-in^ a  market dlmwhem for th'e snrpluw,  ���������������r>d due to tho higher freight rate**  growers must be prepared for miu h  smaller net returns on fruit shipped  to further-away points.  A^tP capital Mjc-Barnes pointied  ont the simplest- way -to secure fisi-  ance was to adopt the policy of  having growers' sign aT five yeai  selling contract.       How' effieaeious  i.',  SAVE AN D PR EPARE  - 4~(    f���������~  ii :> _*i i_  lillltS   piMIJ   IB  waSt iniistr&teu ^m tuts  case of the California raisin growers  who floated'1 a-S^QO.dOO loan on  Wall Street on Tthe strength of a  atavk ofv live year growers* ' eon-,  tracts���������and, thif������,������after California  -.financial interests had refused any  financial aid whatever on the old.  non-contract style of doing busiu-  -5 1  ess:   - - - ,  -'*���������'**���������-. .  Next Year One Big Association  To control ^distribution, as well  as other marketing feature's, Mr.  Barnes pointed������  SuccesB generally comes to those who go looking for . it, an4 the man with a ^ubstaBtial  Savissgs Aocoiiot i* always in a poBttioii to  grasp/g���������������*od '--.ppdrtximtmB torv mvestmeftt:������r  -\dv-mv~m---~~mici' --     -;-.������������������*-- .. \      ^"-'' *  Open iin accoupt, with this Bassk ;ai  Z CRESTON BRANCH,  C.W.ALLEN,       _.     _ y;   ,   .���������"./������^-i.r ���������  mr*'  A~ I  **  .to"  :-i  MWiMtfer.  TH  r rr     J   V *,-  al idea was to organize all. the selling agencies in B.C  into one great,  v/ig   co-operative* seiiing "concern.  However, when those interested set  themselves to the^-task of formulating a working   policy   for this one  big union-selling-Organization they  came to the conclusion  it could not  be perfected in time to handle the  1921 crop, and  a-3  the situation is  so urgent it was- decided to  utilize  the services of the Okanagan United Growers vvitb such extensions of  their marketing policy  as may be  necessary to cope with a province  wide   selling  proposition which to  be successful must he able   to com  mand the selling of at least  75 per  cent, of the entire 1921 crop of B.C  In  consenting to   this arrangement the   O.U.Gk* .stipulates- that  the agreement   oriLy holds for   this  yearj  in   the 'intervening   twelve  months plans will be  laid for   the  X -s.i       IIs '���������   ������:  big co-operative, concern, and the  Belling agenciea^ jifhicb thia> year  take advantage of the -O.U.G. offer  - e. . I  will be counted-ori&s partners in the  big provincial organization.    v     - -  -   The O.U.G. propqsitiosrto Cr*fst-  on !Esait Gt-ow������rftB������snii is that tKei  Okanagan"  Ujnited ���������Grow:ers, will  take~care of  the atvarketing of all  the fruit  and   vegetables the local  Union has to sell. ^ 'ii will place at  the disposal of the Cieston shipping  agency the services, of its extensive  corps of representatives' which ,are  Seated in every worthwhile centre  't  in Canada as well a's at some points  in the U.S.���������these' including ' the  representatives of the Groweas Selling Agency which js t the.O.U.Q.-'s  own brokerage him,'the ,OU,G.  charge for its servjj^es.being 5 cents  a box on all apples,n-withv,a different but similarly modest charge'on'  berries and vegetables'.     "  Prices Mast be Maintained  Mr. Barnes assured that the sale"  of Creston fruit waiild receive ������xao:  ly the same attention as that given  fruit originating at any and ev-ery  other point, assuming that no as-'  Snranoe as to abstention from  price cutting was. necessary, as the  lowering of prices on;fruit from any  one point Would instantly lead to a  break in the market and a consequent necessity foir.^Biinilair reduction on fruit from all other centres  to meet, suoh out.r ..~%e^asBiired tiiat  tlie Growers Selling ��������� Agency hand  . e   *..     f'      ��������� > i        ���������:   >   i ���������   .'������������������ ���������       ,tt . ,������,t ���������lV"-*������,^ ",'*-**V',,' ,(;-, ���������,,,.. ��������� ..  led a line of 'AineHq^ri^^  as praiijges^ bananasVeto,;^;*iirici'',*.fcl������.rii'������i;  had  an  all-year round connection  with the trade. ;>[':. , ZH-ZZZp:^lZZZ^  In concluding liis   remarks   Mr.  Bai'iies by request .au.)i.ifi.b|������ted,/|^rE^'4(  the O.U.G. had got on  applea Inst  year; these, he claimed, excooding  anything secured- by  other selling  agencies either iii| B.0 or ttdrosB the  Una    ., The average for 1$p i'n was  $2.09; 2V, $2.23; $b, $1.45} with W  general average for  wrapped stuff,  of $2.44, with orohara run; touoh-,  ifig$i.������8.' Y-^r-r^v^;^;'''*"  - On 'bla trlp'i' thmu������h^t.h������������!^l���������^������>tel*Ry,  Mn* B������i;t.^������, Btht^^ljh'<i^^e^*;9nl^,'ji>.ttf^  two polnii): Itol'ufoni^^id^^^pw'jE^uiiV  and at both pla<:e������ -they had dik(Hlded to  Join up with tho O,y������0^>',wl|llo nt  Ui-and Forks b ritmllar prof-w-ence was'  ovidennefl. With Ore������ton afHU������ted,  |Oontlnued on Page ft  1 T%_'4n-*V*4*tt,V*%,T  ~~UU������*a-Vm  U0UFUN5  -***  Wei will^.c^sh   your ...Victory   L,oan  Poiipoiis or place them to'your credit   *  ...    in QurT Savings BanKwhere they will  draw interest at'^per annum. 8,-  IWecAnadian bank  OF COMMERCE  paid-up capital;   -     .  - $i5.ooaooo  RESERVE FUND  ;      '-        -'       $15,000,000  -CRESTON BRANCH, C. G: Bennett, Manager.  ��������� v. .���������>*)        ."'      ���������  ill U-UbISi  s  'j  We are opening a crate of theaboye in Clover  ' JUeaf arid' ������lain White, which we have  '~    ^'-i -   juat received*from England: .'  1-. -i-e  -'i  .���������i S  .j>..i'ji  -���������j-****  2.50} t ,:.  A "j ������ *. ���������-  . "'���������'"*��������� "'-CLOVER f'.F.AF  i .   i    T*r       **-*t ^^~\W-^lf^~Lmtaw*w      V * dMhirtM* ^k���������    MnaMi*   am^m  ' :    -   '     ��������� '^iA Ux.t.jt$a<i zxt,*. '  *fj Gtipft'a.nd^Sftlti&^rfpf-srapidop���������rfa+  ' ' ^-fnoh'Platesv'peP'caz*;;���������.j- ���������  : -^7-inch��������� ��������� ���������*���������' iu.-. f ������������������ .rf. p...-'.���������.~.~:z..:.^.zs%5  8-inch'    ;;';   : f    ������'--*���������- 4.00  9-in6h *   " " -���������' -\   -    -w~~ ~ ,���������~- 4.50  9"ii1oh Sonp -Plates,' per doz  4.00  "{������������������-���������, Baker'sr T Jnch������ each ���������-- 50c.   -  '_ 'Baker's, 8'incli������ each  75o.  ' Bowls at 40c,, 5r0c, 55c.  '  SiSgar Bowls, $1.00        .,   .  Jugs, 50c, 60c, G5o,  PLAIJ������ WHITE  -  Cups and Saucers;1 per doz -'.-.--'���������~-$3.50 ; >  6-inch Plates, per doz--  2,10  7 inch        " ������*^k ' . *:..-������|4 .w.;2.75 -,  *- -r'1*  >ef  ee������  ll  8-inch ',  , , 3.25  9-inch        "���������     **,    j.,���������: ^ 3.50  Baker's and Scallops/50 and .75c.;- j * -   , -,  ". Cereals, 2Cior each. ���������'^^���������,  >    ' I . \    J,    4  ,   .   SO sets Aluminum, 3 pieces to set     ..  Special���������$2.00 per set  GLASS CHURNS, $3.75, $4.50     ,  fHmW    '*i    - - v'K*' *e>";*y Jy  " \', e" ?-.*'"  Creston Mercantile Company  ,-'*!  LIMITED  .t*,  >-?:,*! i  or  FIXING UP  ' ' ' .* ,. ��������� ' *-  We can  supply  Portland  Cement  m 'pAvA, i  i*������10ie,\ee-V  Shingles  /" ������  ,v<.l,t   I  ���������-V  V.  ^  -. *H**'t  ..*!* .i  1   nw** r%*Cfcii������  juumD6r  all aizfes and  grades.  ,'e ','.|i  ������������������ i'l-  WMitf V  - ���������    < -   ������,*. , ���������      *������ , t. ������������������ :.  *  Canyon City Lumber Cc  ..   . ,  . ������ . "       " *    4tt   | f'   *       J  ���������     ,..'.;'������������������      ������������������ LIMITED ������"  '?.- ������ ���������W.-.  f.'J  H  >  \ \A  i . !���������  IP IK  i , *! , *  1, -   LtmBBaa^-No."tr>'aria~ 2  Bevel and'  Drop SsdingredtMJed in 'price J.10 per  . thousand-'-^Vynridel^^Box-., Fa^toi^i;  W-onnrtal. IR fl.   '-'- > '-*���������'*>   " *"-       C������P '-*���������������������������*������������������.  Wynndel, ������J.jCJ.  *^Wy;^y-S^^g^?^i-^������M^  A ? i-'P'-'y iV*';"-^**-;.--^1*"*^'^  IKIKIlMiiiiii  along with these just mentioned; and  conjoined with' the regular O^tj.G. een-  '&es in the Okanagan, codtr6r6f 65 per  ,^nt���������."���������o^;i^i8uyeat>si'���������^hlo'p��������� was^assured,  atid he had no braiWiJoa^To''J^V������������g  | that before Ms organization j tour Was  case:there Will be> healthy demand  for the' apples- froas SVas^ington ���������and  Oregon at eastern"U.S.^centres which  should about supply^ market for  much of lhe 'frnit-aB������pped-onto-lhe,  Canadian market "when the -eastern  crop is normal.";-,- -.r*.. , _  Other factors that ,mjilitate'1against  American  Wlt&t*s si "  Guarantee ?  iii  fl**jr       i*uuUiuii*������   ^���������Jf-TS^TL?   Touring Cart. 1 \. $8r8&B& ^  :   Runabout^r..:;^.. 623:72;;  with Ltei^ifeand St^lng.*^%������  Tractor,.withdiit starter, $828  Oliver Two-Bottom (12 r  .    or 14 iiii:)r^Xbws:;Z���������...p.iJjL70  < )liver Doiihle^PisCZ'r^J^B  AM the abQveprice's f.O.b. CalgaVjr." *  f ' -;       ; ' z  t  * If you consider getting youb  ear overhauled���������any "make-^  or any repairs,' we nave mechanics that can-do it, and we  guarantiee ihe. work.   .:;   \   ���������  We have several good\buys  in   secbud-hand . cars.  ?ind see them. - . ^  r\   vur  iuc  ���������Set  of a  im.rt~V~JXAX .C  guaiaeive.v , xu  t\*atr     t\*t  Call  complete lie wotdd. readily secure tlie  desired1*^p^r"eefit:-"*- 1 'Z"'���������' ""*'���������-��������� ���������--���������"  -'  Fpllowjngf **-M*.cs. Bsrnes,~ Manager  Xtoye^������y fetatedrtliat ������B the agi-*eemeiit  with-;tt������efO:U.G.rthe: - Crow /line "'"$&>  itory*%buld--be sold ������to direct by the  Ofe'^tpn Union, and he-made Jt quite  clear that the charges by the O.U.G.  as well as any other brokerage expense  wonld. helmet Out of .-the f pm missions  %iiegrower paid Jbp, tiie. Creston Union  for handling his stuff.  Mr. Loyeday also impressed on those  present the necessity,; of  having  the  contracts signed by >Say 1st in order  that orders might be placed for boxes,  paper and other supplies.   Too. It waa  desirable to have the contracts signed  'so that needed ai-rangementseouldbe  made-to enlarge  the  Greston   -ware-  .house to provide for grading machines  *and'*the establishment-pf central pack  wh(eh$e figured would, -be  necessary  in view of the crop already in probpect.  .**i*S*a������v  Greston Auto & Supply.  R. S. BEVAK, Prop,,  RANCH PROPERTY FOR SALE  -^mt-m^mam-m^mammm.  8������ acres partly'unproyed,. land'adjoins school school grounds at Wynndel. Part cash, long terms on balance.  MONRAD WIGEN, Wynndel, B.C.-  Loyal Orange LoSge^Me. JM5  Meet^THIRDTHU&SDAY of'*'������������������  each   month '-.a..[' Mercan^l-e^-  Hall.   Visiting brethren cordr- .,  ally invited.       ���������'���������"���������-    '      -,; Z"  ERIC OEeSONJ W.M  C&nl&aet-Signing Satisfactory  . President Jackson announced - that  aiteady almost sufficient-sighed con-  tracWhadbeen turned-in to assure the  Union a Successful seasonr this year,  and that the success of this year wonld  render it that much the easier to book  growers up for five yearscommencing  with 1022.        r "  \ Those opposed to the new selling  plan did not voice their opposition, except in one instance'. One member  pointed out that the O.U.G. had acted  as tbe',*ij$Jiiig'vagency in 1016 with-re  t*     r ,_ *    I  ri rn     ~~.^v. A       Jx    0. Cr A**   frait is the Canadian duty of 30 cents  a box which -along" wren the unfavorable exchange" rate* which- is - equivalent to another 2Q"centB*i>^ive8 the B.C.  producer a/margin,.oi ^"5������ cents a box in  Atiy American jjompe.tltion that "may  have tobemet,    -*��������� -*"^.  While equally "iwomiiing is the fact  that for*192l there^Ts'"overy* assurance  that th������5 O.U.G. through- which Creston Fruit Growers^ Union will market  its output, will control-the marketing  'and distribution of not less than 75 per  cent. Of the entire :B^3i,^ apple shipments.    "    ,     i        ���������*-,*������,������  As to berry ^prices, , however,   Mr.  Barnes was nob,quite so hopeful.     As  yet-the jam factorieErhave shown no  eagerness to talfe cbntt-acts, much less  to enter into any of them, while there  is a considerably Jncreased area under  berries this_���������- season, ^all of which has  come through the'.winter  splendidly,  and gives -promise of targe if  hot   record yields^ "*���������'  ' The one comforting feature to the  berry situation is th^t for-this  year,  with the, exception _ of, the   Heatings  district,  the entire British Columbia  berry ei-op would bev' distributed   and  ruaiketed   through "tTib* O.U.G.,   and  this^control of almost' 00 pev   cent. - of  the total crop shpuld^mean much'in  stablizing the market.,apd   t e   maintenance of uqifonn-^-though not any-  where near ths high prices that prevailed during 1910 and 1920.  According to-Mr. Balrnes most-every  point in the Okanagan is 'haying its  troubles financing -dii-^r to haying so  much money tied up in boxes, paper.  manufacturer who gives one- which hasn't -  any tags and loopholes���������Relieves in his  product.  So touch so that he stands ready to wake  " good any loss suffered by 'the purchaser  >'through defective material or workman-- -  . ship.        " ���������        "��������� ''   " Z "'-��������������������������� " ��������� ������������������<���������-  -It's njainiy because of the guarantee that \;  goes with them thatwevare selling^and- :  ���������recohi men ding -Ames Holden '^Au^to- *  * Shoes.'*    ~~      ^ - *    -���������'^���������t;- X ���������  Of course, we know-they-give the cheapest mile- <--  age too-^-that they are dependable tires* for any^  make of car, anywhere., But it's ^the guarantee -  - that we" talk about most.   It's tKe straight'and -  clean-cut, without time "or 'mileage limits*" -; It * -  ^shifts our responsibility on to the manufacturer v  2&~\. he lives up to every letter of it. Come in and '*  let us tell you about the guarantee that goes with  AMES HOLDEN  ���������'AUtO-SHOEST ,  Cord and Fabric Tires in all Standard Size ~  Embree'sGara  Phone 90    :   :, mmm  LAND REGISTRY AOT  . (Section 2.4) .,  " '.  I   ^Wantbp-tTo buy or rent, sewing  machih<el" Mrs. Jensen/Pricksdn. "   ���������  sults> thg#wer������ "decidedly nnsatisfac- \ etc,  which were -not' nsed last year,  and which had to be carried over. The  ALa  KlA~~!  m- a  ma-~~-*&  Mm ifepauifig  tory, in^ -that So far as this pa-rtionlav  member was concerned "noopportun-  it^'was^Oing - to-be - given'tbe O.U.G.  to,repeat the failure of 1916.  .'-Iii-an   open, discussion   of,, matters  generallytWrGrcXeittlejofin   called at-  tcmtionto what he considered an un-i growers in  fair policV in the*' pooling of   berries; I    Some fig  Lh������ '    "  I grpv������er^>f         f>  In the matter of an   undivided 'half  inrerest in Sub 'Lot 3: Block' -f;'ef  Lot ^1, Group 1, Map 7.71*. -Koote- i  .,    nay uistrici;. .   ~ ' Z I  i       i ~ - - Jtii-. -  ��������� Proof haying been filed-in my office  of the Jt>ss of Certificate'of Title No.  10055a. to the above* mentioned lands  in the name ot William O. Taylor, and  j bearing date the* 9th January, 1999,1  j hereby give notice of my intention at  ^iya������ipsi$ ������f  Men^ Half^^lesr S1.2&���������^  " Women,sHa!C$oles,^1.00  Guaranteed for 6 months^  * f-r ** "^  ~" ,^ -        "I "* ���������*���������        .rn xx     .   -^       ,��������� rmmf    ���������������������-  Alex. Mirabelli  Shoemaker .- -   N���������KESTON  Is there any  Meat irs the  '   11 .  House? *  t&OMR^-l^i^^ti^^^^ orchard or  -, -In the discussion of-contTact signing  and otherwise'the charge^tbat the United Farmers" at Ei-i^son had failed'to live.~up -to a< premise to have  Messrs. Loveday -and Jackson address  a' U.F... meeting .rtprthe matter, was  emphatuoatly-'denied by Sect etwvy Birney and^refeident Littlejohn, and the  outcoiuer-of'this interchange" of views  was that Mr.Bariles was invited to ad-  O.U.G. branch at Kelowna had $21,  009 tied up in boxes alone,-and' at one  or two points thejburden was so heavy  that evenat this date the selling agencies had not   been   able   to   pay~, the  growers in fuli'for fniit marketed. ;    | thlVxpfration of bne calendar month  figures fi-om'W cornprete-state-1 from -the first publication  hereof to  issue, to the -said William O, Taylor va  fresh Certificate of Title in lieu'of such  lost Certificate. "Any- perso������r* having-  any information with reference to sujsh  lost Certiucaie of Title is*"i:eqiiis������ed -t^  eoiiutsunicafcfe W^th^tlre^^WtersiRrmiilA-l  l-fflsil^  ������ ���������MCkBA'lf MA-StW.  g*-*t������������������M9������SSi*M ������-<  -!--.  According to it ���������t,Iie"Okanag*iu  est'slilpperU th^KRA^o^rR^i ^\\s\  Jonathan,"'-Wagner,^'Itome Beauty,  Yellow - Newtotr.-^^nealthy,-^Winter-  Banana^Wtnesap, Pjijicipnsjind Spjtz-  enberg the next largest.- ^  - "Prices obtained^on-these varieties of  No. 1 grade are as^ follows: - Mcintosh  Red, $2:88; Jonathani $2.54; v Wignep.  $2^t7;^ Home Beauty, $2.49; bellow  Newtown.    $2.78^^ ^Wealthy,   $2.33;  Winter Banana, $2.71;,Winesap^ $2.34  SSIntmum, price of. ttrst-eclass. lvp~  rcduoed to |5 an acre; second-class to  93.60 an aero. -   ���������      - i _ -*,  % Fre-emptloja  now  <:onftnea., t^, mu-',,-  v������ye*a lands -iraly. _  Records'-vWll be granted coverintr^hly'-'  land suitable foe agricixRij-rs! purpose? .  1 and which Is non-timber land. ",  Fas-tnertsMD pre-ewptlonB aboilslied.--  \f  bat parties ot not more than four ma>  ataranse- for-adjacent- -inre-empUons _  L ���������9lt!f joint "reaiaence, but each, making  respective  AS, STOKEStv-r,  / District Registrar of X"ft*?es-  Date of first publication April 15; 1^1.  1     ��������� '       -        -,     - 'l-       V r .-*-     ������- *.     \ir~rr  mmm-, a  000.x    am mm-m .^mlmm.  ' Divei-sion and Use-  dresS/tl^prioksmi'U.F. at   a  special   Delicious, $3.*46;  Spi&nberg, $2,79.    .  nieetiri'^t^ following afternoon.      In I  >this discu-spionr too.  it  was  postively  This is the first question that presents itself  to the housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops,,  in for a meal. But why  worry?  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest * Quality  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  Bologna, Ac*  '        i   j        *        /1,  are always to be had  here. In meats nothing  quite equals 'Shamrock*  products.        W   '   -  /���������".,  \i*-ii.\  tf!  I Jl  8tatv4 tlij^ythe heyi 1>^ created Brick-  soti Cooperative Association had no  intention of embarking \u the fruit  selling business in -'.connection with  .any of ijts opei;t$iont*������.  Profitable Apple  , Market Assured  *    * "'-     V������,J  BURNS  &. CO, Ltd.  TifflOB  C. El. Barnes, president of the B.C.  ePr^jltKrpvviejirs Aast^l^n.^Yho spoke  '���������*-*f^i i^rt Friday- afternoon,-. on\ the  "New Co-Operative Movement in  B.C'.',1"'appears quite optimistic regarding the 1921 apple crop being marketed iii reasonably profitable prices to'  the grower, despite the fact that there  is every indicatiod'ihiitrtjils'year's  yield will be 40 pel* copt.. larger than  the bumpei crop Of 1919.  According lo Mr. Barnes authentic  inforthation is already to hand that  the apple ci-op in both eastern 0������lh������da  und the eastern U.S.will b������ light-^1920  having been- a big .year In both thoan  distri6t������ ak W-tiU-fi *- Granted this Is the  ���������    *'i r f   i- --y ���������������   *���������*.   . -i    AxJl-L__ PZ  WWglWHI'llU'WHIIIIl'IIIIIMMSMMBW^IIB  Fob Sai^b���������rBlemish mare, 5 years.  old, weight 1550. price right. Enquire  Review Office.:        "''"...       ,~   ���������  Fob SALB���������Ltrilft^y^'quantity of  of strawberry plants, $X0"per' thousand  Monrad Wigen, Wynndel."   "_^ v\  FobSaice���������Democrat, almost new;  horse, harness a"d' cart; ��������� 3 b^p. kerosene engine with ^magneto, aimost  uew.    Morrow's Blacksmith Shop.  W&N3CED���������Live iijbceiitih Oreston district for Supreme Watkins Products.  Watkins goods known everywhere.  Write J. R.--WatkinB Co.,- Winnipeg,  Mun.,for full particulars.  Mesdames -W. '-By-Watson und 0.  Moore .will be hostesses.at a 'silver tea  under Christ Church .Ladies' Guild  auspices at the' home of Mrs. 'Watson  on Saturday, April 30th from 3 to 5  p.m. There will also be ^raffle of.a  crochet cap.  years'  claims for  improvements to  Take notice that ~%P J.  Chambers;  whose address'is Erickson, B.C.T will  apply'for a license to< take and use,1.3  acre feet of water ont of Camp*Run  .Creek,   also   Known   as   Association  Creek, which flows westerly -and drains  into Goat River about half-raile'sonth'  of Goat Rivnr-bridge:   The water-will  be diverted from the stream at a point  about 12 rods north from tbe southeast corner' und about 95 feejt west,'  and wilt be used 'for irrigation'in'connection  with License No. 1300. upon  the land described as Block 1^7 of Lot  812, Map 730c of Rodgefs Subdivision.  This notice Was posted on the ground  on the 21st day of March, 1921. A copy  of this notice and an' application pursuant thereto, and*to,the;Water Act.  1914, will .be filed .in the office of the  Water'"Redol-dty1- at Nelson.   Objec-  tionbto- the ,H|*#Hcatlon.may be tiled  with the said;     "    " ' **u  the   Comptro  Parliament BnlfdingB.  within flftiy d(iy������ after ..the. first ?1MEH  pearance of this notice in a local news-  papeit   The date of the first*publiea-  tlon.of this notice is March 25,1921.  R. J. CHAMBERS. Applicant.  ���������������Uue of $10 per aot-e; lscludlng -clear  ���������tag and cultivation or at least 5 acres  before receiving Cro-e^n Grant.      ,   -  . Where pre-emptqr 1n occupation not  less-than S years, and has* made proportionate Improvements, he may, be- ,  '���������������ause of i!!-hea!tli, or ether cause. mS*  : granted Intermediate -certificate of im- -  provemeat and transfer his claim'."-, /. ;  , R-ecords-.-without-'permanent" residence may be Issued,, provided appll-  ~cant makes improvements to esxtent of  9800 per annum and records'same each  year.   Failure to make Improvements  ojr record  same will operate as Cor--*--  feiture.    Title cannot be obtained .In  'less than-6 years',"and-improvements'"  of. $10.00 per>acr������.. includina^ acreo* ���������  cleared and'���������cultivated, and. residence' '  *, of at least ���������- jreara are. reoutred. ���������&���������   ,-������������������������ ��������� ���������  Pre-emptor   holding   Crown   grant t  . 'rtiay rebord'anoth-Dr pre-emption; If he  . requires. Oand In*-conjunction, ,>vtth his  * farm^wlthout actual occupation, pro- ^,-'  ^ided-iatata������ory imjprovements -made**-*  and residence ^maintained on,.Crown  aranted^land. *      -T.-5* r--*-   .'  <-. /Z-  Unaurveyed .aress, not eBxe-dedlcg tv--  acres, may be leased aa,home-sites: '  title to be obtained after fulfllUng-resl*-  ItTo'  dentlal and Improvement conditions.  For ������i    "    areas   ���������  leased b  For grasing and��������� Industrial.purposes  areas, exceeding   M0   acres   may   be  Hpjfltcationmay oe mea  1; water "recorder, or with  ������lfer "of Water Righls,  Biiirdinp$, -Victoria, B.C..  P.  +������W+++-.+0t.0,*+^^^  '"' a:.yEar-roaLWfe.-'*���������������������������'W  1   A CAWAD1AN GOVERNHEHT ANNlim PROVIDES IT   j  *������  ,. -ni. tn iiii������.i< em > niiii.i.i.iiii.iuni i. miwwe ^irtt'inn^. ���������     J������  '"   -*--Mo'bct^'*se������^ty ������*^  '  ' -0^mt~m~^-ai m-m~-&.-*t.mt\im~A  -    ���������-Will be replaoed if loet, ttxtltn oe deibrayed '*' *  ' -~l<rot affected by trads -dcprcwdcMa .;.*;,.',..,,',  '���������;.*'���������        . ���������Vtt~'fp-m~~~m0t}0^^^  ���������'; 1':��������� ..���������"������������������J* .*f~Nd'm*������dlclkl'eeiiambiati^ f^ui^Pi- - :���������"���������.': ���������������������������'��������������� '-"k' ������������������-*���������  ' Anyoh������ over 'the age* of 5' years r*te^lmt'.or',.*d^lfU^ lin Ctnada1  niey purchUte.  '���������":..Ai-- P"p'<\ ?'���������: ','*;', -. ,. --,���������:,: .',:'���������:;���������..;yy,p--..,.,���������:;;'.',.���������'���������   ,iiltlmxmim..i,.0m0tmiimmmiim4mmmm4mm'iit<r*mimuiiimmmmmm  Apply to your pow n������ wtrf 4^jm^i~W--\~*f������,~^ Sajmr*.  STRAWBERRY PLANTS  200,000 left, Mag'oon and Gold Dollar  at $6Lper 1000, input1 be-shipped before  May 10th, cash with order, order now,  plant* guaranteed, QUALITY FRUIT  FARMS, ChUliwaclc, B-O;    "  RANCH'FOR SALE  < Improved place for sale; 20 i)oro8--12  cleared, of which 10 are in trees, -Excellent house and buildings, and fully  equipped.   POCHIN (Canyon), Ei-lck'-l  We have .a full Hne of the best  known Flower aiwlVeger, ?.  table Seeds/  ,.,  00*0*-S  KJ*  bitmd������nt of^nnuTtlet, Ottw*, f~*  %t~t.m -war ���������nd ��������������������� H������t ~\t\\~\tts*.  .*.%- ~~I���������$<���������$���������$>���������<������������������������������>-���������>������'������������������������������������  m sad otmt. iviltsrrit tlen^lMirwl  Private Hospital  Licensed byProvlnclaieovvrrimint  Pavticiilnt' atLcntloft K*-Yd) all fcpiale  tronblcH. Hiuuvllku apartments for  ladles awiitlitirt aucouchnient, "Bout  medical practitioners In , attendance.  -Wvita of phone^foi:, appntntincntH.   .  Highest lefercnbuH, ,    ,  RtNisonable terms.-   *���������'  Inspection*Invltwl.   ���������  ������������������-  . MRS. eMOOUE, Matron. ���������  The HOME PRIVATE HOSPITAL  Fills & Bakor, St.   KELSOH, B.C.  Phone 872.     P.O. Box 7T2  Any special line procured on  short notice at catalogue *  prices.  Give us your order and aave  postage or express charges.  Come and lo.Qk.ovj^i^our.  ,. .  selections.    ' > ". .  Wpdei  unseed by on������ netnon or -oompany.v-  MIU, factory or 'lnduutruja' tttes on  timber land  not  ezeeedlnK   40 acroa '  may bo pwehasod; eondlttons Include  payment of.atumpaae.-  Natural hay meadow* inaoceMlble "  by ������x)������ttt9S* roads mar-be purobaaed  -conditional upon construction of a road  to th-em. )Et������bate of one-halt of coat of  road, not efceeedhur half or purehaso  ' price, to made.  ' PRE-CMPTTOR*'      PRKB     OHANT6     '  Tlie aoojM 6~ Uda'Aot la enlarced to  ���������include all', penooa.aolnlnar -and- aerr-  ' mt- with Hfa Maj������ty������ -fhrtm.   The  time within whloh the helitt or deriAe**  * of a dnoeaaed pre-omptor may, app|y ,-  for title undtir thla Act 1$ extended  from for one year from the death of "  such peraon, aa formerly, until on*  year after the eonoluelon of the present  war. This prlvllaffe la also mado r������-  troaotlva. i '  'No fee* ralatlnc to pre-emptions are^.  due or payable gr soldiers on pre-:}  emptlons recorded after Jun* *������. IMS ,**  -Taaee are remitted for fly* yeara.     ,\\  -.*- ��������� prOTiaion for return-of taoneys ac-'Jt  ' crawl, due and been paid atnoe Auau������i'<!  ������������������������ 1011, on aooount of payments, fees >���������  or, taxea on soldiers' pre-emptions.      ill  -   'Interest on acreements to purchaa������"*  . town or -city lota held by membera of.'  Allied Foraea. or dependents, acquired : -  direct or lndiracL remitted from enlistment to March I1..1U0.  aOB.rU������CHA������KH������ OP CKOWN .  ." .,'LANDS*  Provialon made for issuance of ;  .Crown ' arants to sub-purchasers of '1  Crown Lands, acaulrtna; rlcbta from ���������  purchasers who. failed to - complete '���������  parchaaa. tovolTina; forfeiture^ on ful* \\  parcitaae. mvoiyins; forfeiture, on ful  (Ulment of conditions of purchase, in- .,  tereet -and taxea.  Where -nib-purchas- ������r  ers do not dalm whole of-oritfna] par A  $**> ������2������!ES������*?JP*<* *u* ir*,<11 ***��������������� "������** .:  be, <dl������yrlbute������ > proportionately   over'  whole area. ���������*  AppneatUme  made hy May. l������/lMb.  OfeAZINO.  mi-ist   be 'e  -i  ef  a*  .f'Otfm-tmS.* Act, ;������lf.. for '-iyiftemmtli: I  d^rwonment of llyestoek indnstry tm>?M  vldee for traalnv district* and ranaV?  admlnlatratlon -cndsir. Commission's-*--'  Amnoal^vraalnv permits liwued^beAad  en Aumbere rangedj. priority fo^������Miab-  Kabed owners. Stock-owners niaV  rortea Aeneodstlo..** for range Vh^i.a������e-  mttiti-      0T~t-m4t,   <M    tlAtllUAh    StttSS,   |M������ll������ll(M  for seUlere. <wmp������r������ or traveieM*?**   uv  to tan head. ������,  . ~*������vma W| rj*A,m*i- n PWTTCW^ 'ORESTON,  Canada And Its  Coal  The sound national and economic policy for any country is unaftcs-  tiOnabiy to be found in a decision and determination by Its people to buy  the products of their own country which are available in preference to similar products of any other country. They should adopt such a policy .not  because of any prohibitive embargo that may be placed by Governments  upon importations from other lands���������which may lead to mopopolistiq, tendencies and unduly high prices at home���������but because it is good national busi-  td keep a country's money at home, working-iti and for the country, and  assisting to develop its resources and industries. k_  y There are always some articles of produce and manufacture which a  country cannot iiself provide. These.- of course, must bc Imported from  other countries which do produce these things. * In turn, that country has  to buy something it cannot provide at home. Thus is International trade  created. And, as is well known, international .trade is paid by exchange of  commodities^ rather than in cash. Gold comes into play in international,  trade when one country imports much more largely from another than it  sells to such country. This balance of trade as'bctween two countries also  operates to fix the rate of exchange between them. When, therefore, one  country buys from another country largely in excess of its sales to such  country, it not oniy has to ship gold to make up the Siiortage ia sa!c&, but  It frequently happens it has to pay a premium in exchange rates.  The fact will, or at least should, be appreciated that it is good national  business���������and what is good in this case for the nation as a whole is good  for each individual���������for a country to confine its import trade as largely as  possible to those things it cannot itself provide, and not to import what it  can just as well produce itself. *  Let us apply this theory, or principle, which is undoubtedly soand) to  Canada and to one particular-article of which Canada can easily supply her  own needs. We refer to coal. Canada is rich in poal, richer than most  countries. There are large deposits in Nova-Scotia, on our Atlantic sea-  hoard, and in British Columbia, on our Pacific coast. The Prairie Provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan are also richly endowed in this respect,  particularly Alberta. According to a recent statement by the Mines  Branch of the Province of Alberta, fifteen per cent, of the world's unmixed  reserves of known coal lie in Alberta. .The world recognizes the British  Isles as onc of the greatest coal mining and exporting areas, a miners'  strike there disturbs industry and transportation all over the world, yet it  is officially staled that, notwithstanding Britain's richness in coal, 70 per  cent, of the coal reserves of the British Empire are to bc found in the  Province of Alberta. - -    i  Notwithstanding this great wealth at our very doors, Canadians continue to Import tens of millions of dollars' worth of coal every year from  the United States, despite the f&ct of an overwhelming adverse balance of  trade against us as between these two countries, and the further fact that  there are many things which we ourselves do not arid cannot produce and  must buy from the south. Approximately $18,000,000 were paid last year  by the people of Manitoba alone*-for United Stated coal,, to which at least  another $2,000,000 had to be added to cover exchange when paying this  huge coal bill.  And all. tlie time the Alberta mines were hungering for-the coal orders  that Manitoba people were placing in th^ United States. The working  capacity, with present equipment, of Alberta mines is 12,000,000 tons per  year, yet because of lack o������-orders only 7,000,000 tons were mined last year.  It would have been good business for Manitoba to have purchased all its  coal in Alberta and, by distributing the $20,000,000 it paid to the United  States, provided steady*,employment foxr,Canadian -miners/ thus helping, to  "settle prevailing unrest; and at the same time creating, a larger purchasing  marketfor the*manufacturers, wholesalers and jobbers of Manitoba.  According to.a statement made before the Parliamentary Fuel Committee at Ottawa on April 13th by S, J. Cook, chief of the mining division  of the Railway Commission, coal production in Nova Scotia, and mines  ��������� working only to half their capacity .in Alberta, Canadians in 1920 imported  15,902,632 tons of bituminous coal from the United States, or nearly three  million tons more than in the-prcceding year. , /  This is bad business for Canada all round. Quantity production means  cheaper production, and by keeping Canada's coal mines working to capacity the production cost per ton will be lowered, because steady employment  for miners, without costly layoffs, meahg a lower wage charge per ton actually produced. Buying Canadian coal means keeping Canada's money in  Canada, to bc used in Canada's business, employing and paying Canada's  own workers, developing Canada's-resources, and adding to the turnover  and prosperity of every line of Canada's commercial activity.  "A customs tariff will not bring about the desired result, but, acting in their  individual and collective capacity, the business men and cititzens of Canada  can do if they will. Thcy will be terribly shortsighted i������ they fail to take  advantage of the opportunity which Ilea open to them.  ii wer and BoweI������  Eight���������-Always  F88l Flll-8  Thesa's ons'right way to speedily toss  op the liver an4 keep  ihe boweis regular*, _   "   ^R  Canadian Auto Industry  Industry  fattens jisa������ ICIIlffEWS  Say-srPSSa never Si^gfea^ 1 &i% *J  fail  Millions   J   1VER  ^B-,laeiUL5IBB   i   Bf ��������� B  will testify  that there is  nothing bo  good.for bil- .  Jousaess, indigestion, headache or &~k  Sow. pimply skin. Purely vegetable,  JPill���������SaiaJfl Dose-^mall P&to  Capital Invited"; in ���������' th$ ���������  Totals $57,000,000;  A preliminary survey of the automobile industry for the~calendar year  of 1919 has been completed by the Dominion Bureau-of Statistics dealing  with three;different*sections covering  automobiles,' accessories and repairs  respectively.- The capital invested in  the industry -totals $57,000,000, of  which Ontario accounts for more than  $48,000,000 with a total of <540 oui'of  the 1,236 plants, throughou tthe Dominion. Thextotal number of employees' is 13,084, with a������ payroll of  oyer 15,000.000. In 1919 there were  61, 257. touring cars manufactured in  Canada* with a value of over $52,000,-  000.     Trucks numbered 7,527, with an  ASHopeful View.  Sir Phillip Gibbs says it is only i j value       ^o^  question of.time until there is another} -  gieat jiurof<.-au, war.      wen.  geolo������-  .....       , ���������     ��������� e x-     \    You can always depend upon the  ists think it is only a question or timeY ���������       ���������������_     e     j u   ��������� ������. -l-  .,,,..,., t_     * sincerity of a dog when he wags his  until there ������s* another glacial epoch.��������� ^.,,   , n  From The Cleveland Plain Dealer.  tail;  What Que of the Best Knowa  Travellers,in Canada Says  A  An Unblemished  Record.     Sensational advertising ^methods have so of  ten been used to exploit worthless ar- , -.*���������...  '.���������.l..   ..t-.x  ,���������.  Uo-rm  ,i,M,re  r*fr.trtrr.A Now I am going to gim you aa ttnsolicit-  ticles that we have always preferred.,-d . te9timonlal,   B3   ^ey 6*y ia the patcat  to be very conservative in our claims , medicine advertising.     Her-stofore I have had  for Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Rein- ' a -profound contempt for   patent   medicines,  e-Av        We.  tron  if  hpforp  thi*  nubile' particularly ' so-called    liniments.    - Perhaps  eay.      we keep it Derore me .puoiic, thia fa duft to ^^^^^ that t t^^ beea  by modest announcements relying al-   blessed with a sturdy constitution, and ^ha*e  most wholly for its more extensive  use upon its recommendation hy those  whom it relieves of Asthma's dreadful agonies. These are now numbered in many thousands. We suggest a-trial of Dr. J. D. Kellogg's by  every sufferers from Asthma..  -* *.  J  Dickers Grandson in Navy.  - Gerald   Dickens,   grandson   of tiie  great   novelist,   is   a   captain in the  British navy.    ,  nr Ffmi  mJT ..it* m.mm~m  'P^,f   r       4,      .    . -.      -.,-  __    _ _ fare-wane thta. ooaifc  ���������  fejAr relief/from nr  "extscs^f" pain, two Bteaa'ti  Ir'nlawsS.  -t~~S~~h~i~b'm',~-m  out -stsfntfi-s. rabbias, bua~ss~  ins. V-~/t~-0x.to.eh9maxUm~.  SiStinuSw*   SSSSm  SB3,  pSiSSe  eEPtahtssuM ctrafaub ins-era-ahft.  v  Made ia  Canada  Okanagan Fruit.  - Statistics issued by the Okanagan  United Fruit Growers for the past  year show that the total sates amounted to- more than two million dollars^  number cf packages handled, 808,193;  general average price for appies ia  1920, all varieties, was $2.44^, compared with 1.94 in 1919; an increase in  shipments of fruit to New Zealand,  Great Britain and United States. Pros-  never been ill a day in -my life.      One day  last fall after ja hard day's trasxip iti the slush  of Montreal, I developed' a severe pain in my  legs .and, o������ course? like a man who bas never  had  anything  wrong with him   physically,   11 .-.-,.  complained    rather    boisterously.      The good   pectS for 1921 are very favorable,  little wife says: "I will rub them with some  liniment I have.      Go ahead," I said, just to  humor her.     "Well, in she comes with a bot-  * tie of MINARD'S    LINIMENT    and    gets  busy.     Believe me the .pain disappeared a few  minutes after; and you can tell the world I  said so." . '  (Signed) FRANK E. JOHNS, Montreal.  Heart -Disease Relieved In 30 Minutes.  Dr. Agitew's Remedy (or the Heart gires  perfect relief in all cases of Organic or  Sympathetic Heart Disease tn 30 minutes, nnd  speedily - effects a * cure. It is a peerless  remedy for Palpitation, Shortness ol Breath,  Smothering Spells, Pais in Left Side, aad ai!  symptoms of a diseased tleart. One dose  convinces.  Immigrants From U.S.  Each* of the 48,8*56 immigrants from  the United States in 1920, brought  with him average wealth in cash and  effects of $371.77. The total wealth  of United States immigration for the  twelve months'was $18,166,962.  , ��������� ��������� .... .i0.~*\���������=��������� .  Increase In Fish Catch.  The total catch of sea fish on both  coasts of the Dominion for the month  of February was 166,751 cwts., with a  value in first hands of $691,030, as  compared with 278,398 cv^ts. at $652,.-  970 for tbe same month last year..  There are about 28 species of pine  trees in the United States, of which  the white pine, Georgia pine, red  pine and the great west coast sugar,  pine are amongst the most valuable.  A SPLENDID MEDICINE  FOR THE CHILDREN  , "fold in the Head"  Is an acuto attack of Nasal Catarrh. Persons who are subject to frequent "colds ini tho  head" will find that the use of HALL'S  CATARRH MEDICINE will build up the  System, cleanse the Blood and render them  less liable, to colds. Repeated attacks of  Acute Catarrh may lead to Chronic Catarrh.'  HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is taken  internally and acts through the Blood pn, the  Mucous Surfa'ces?of the System.1    ''   '-'-''   -"  All Druggists - 75c    Testimonials free.   .    ,  100.00 for any'case'of catarrh that HALL'S  $100.00    for'  any    case    of   catarrh    that  HALL'S   CATARRH  MEDICINE   will  cure. " v -  F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.  FCZEMA  L ment''for Eczema and      tions. It relieves at onc������ and eg-rada*  all? heals ths skin. Sample box Dr.  Chase's ��������� Ointment free it you -niefitton this  paper and aend 20. stamp for postage. 60c. a  box. all dealers or Edmonson, Bales S. Co.,  Limited, Toronto.  Ton tx- no.  experimenting  when   you  ase'_ l>r.  ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� otiase's oiitf.  ment for Eczema and   Skin   Irrlta***  apt  MONEY ORDERS  Pay your out Of town accounts by Domw  ion Eicprese Money Orders. Five . dollars  costs  three cents. ,  One Phone to Every 10 Persona.  There are 12,004,325 telephone subscribers in the United States, giving  an average of one telephone to about  10 persons;  Itch Cured ta SO Minutes.  Itch. Mange, and all contagious scratche*  on human'or ���������animal, cured in 30 minutes by  Wolford's Sanitary Lotion.     At Druggists.  Samoa boasts a sea worm of extreme slcoderncss, like a fine straw,  which is eaten, like the oyster, both  raw and cooked*  Beavers In Manitoba.  There are more beavers within 100  miles of Winnipeg city than there are  In the whole of Northern Manitoba,  which commences at any point 300  milea north of here, according: to the  statement made by J. Morrison,  M.L.A. for Rupert's Land, before^ the  committee on agriculture at the parliament building recently.  Baby's Own Tablets are the best  medicine a mother "can give'Iter, little,  ones. They are a mild laxative wh: :h  quickly regulate the bowels and-stomach and are guaranteed to be entirely free from any injurious drugs. Concerning them Mrs. A. D. West, Lore-  burn, Sask., writes?���������"Baby's'^Own  Tablets-have given me more-satisfaction than anything else I have ever  given my. children. . They are easily  taken**, always work well and though  I have given quite a few to my baby  they seem to work as well now as at!  first,' which is something other laxa-j  lives seldom do." The Tablets are  sold by medicine dealers or by mail  at 25 cents a box from The Dr. Wil-;  i:*������,B������ Medicine Co,, Brockville, Ont.'  Longest Roll of Thurtder.  The duration of the longest roll of  thunder that has been accurately noted was 45 seconds. '���������'���������..-  Protect the child from the ravages  of worms by using Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator. It is a,' standard remedy* and years of use have  enhanced its reputation.  . f Write-The Emit Lands. Exchange,  Grand Forks, B.C., ������or~Mised Farms."  WHAT IS YORKSHIRE SERGE? A perfect pure wool for Gentlemen's Suits. It ia  remarkable Sot its durability and smartness  and being Indigo Blue its dye never - fades.  Price $5.50 for 3% yat*ds suit length, superior  quality $7.00. If S suit lengths are ordered  linings supplied free. Postage 75 cents.  6 lengths in one order post free. Money  returned if not satisfied. Z. Rosental, Woollen Manufacturer, 8 Devonshire Terrace,  Bradford, Yorkshire, England.  Chicago is to have a Chinese cafeteria,  fi#  SOS  ���������m.  cDxere's a Reason U^hy  Grape=Nuls  make3 a help fid bieakfese: and a  profitable lunch, for tbe wotkerwbo  nxiuftbe awake eftndokztdnrizqf ited^  ���������    Grape-Nota is the perfected  Sod te etceptkiaal^ ridiixxsKmziflhxneza  - Ifc feeds body and tvafo without  tax upon the digestion.  "Thereb a Reason  ^n  ss  Hams'  The Oil of the People.���������Many oils  have come and gone ,but Dr. Thomas'  Eclectric Oil continues to maintain  its position and increase its sphere of  usefulness each .year. Its sterling  qualities havc brought It to the front  and kept it there, arid it can truly he  called the oil of the people. . Thousands have bencfitcd'by it and vvould  use no other preparation.  Hangs on to Gold. ,  There ia trouble with the Allie9  over Austria's gold. The reparation  commission has requested the Austrian Government to hand ovcr part  of its gold reserve, and" to give up the  keys of the vaults and safes containing the gold, part of which the former Austrian States claim. . Thc Austrian Government refuses to comply,  asserting that thia dcrhand Is a violation of the Treaty of Versailles,  ' ���������         ' ���������������������������#  vTho Farming Wealth of Manitoba.  The farming wealth of Manitoba In  1919 was 350,296,000, viz.: Cropa,  $158,566,000; livestock, dairy' produce,  poultry and wool, $191,730,000. Manitoba farmers * won 72 prlzca and  awards at the 1919 Xttteniatlonal Soil  Products Exhibition In Kansas City.  The numbers of lives lock in Manitoba  were: Horse*, 379,356; milch cows,  227,872; other cattle, 553,899} all cattle, 731,771; sheep, 167,170; flwlno,  261,642; poultry, 2,731,166,  THB  D. D. D. D.  REMEDY  PURIFIES     THE     BLOOD     AND  BUILDS  UP THE SYSTEM.  Will aid the following constitutional  diseases:   Weak   Stomach,   Bilious*������  nesa, Sick Headaclie, Indigestion, Gaa-, _  trltls, Loss of Appetite, Constipation,  Liver  and   Kidney Trouble,   Rhetfma*  tism,     Eczema,    Skin    Disease    and  Female   Weakness.     Price   $1.00" at,  your local Druggist or from  THE D. D. D. D. REMEDY CO.,  Phoenix Block, Winnipeg.  * * *-: ' i  "FA1.S& TEETH (old). Discarded  Jewellery^ Watches, Diamonds, Antiques, ^Cadies', Gents' Wardrobes.  Highest Prices. Ellison, 467 Church  St., Toronto."  ���������,^������i������''������l'*M'H*(H������'***,%^M*M***>������'*W������*ei  CORNS  Lift Right Off  without Pain  A  ra  vlfxl  i������W"������.'������.������.������,������',"''������'",*->,"*������"k"**'*������'*������''"W^  Maglcl Trtop a little "Freea-one*  on an aching corh, instantly that corn  .stops hurting, then shortly you lift  it right off with fingers. Doesn't  hurt a bit ���������  Your druggist eells a tiny bottle of  "Freezone" tor a few cents, sufficient  'to, remove-cvery hard corn, soft corn,  or corn between the toes, and cal-,  lU8C8.  . f  l  --ti  y  fZlZM  v*m?  AMtricaVPIoftet*  Dog Remedies  BOOK ON _  DOO DISSAjaS  nnd How to wm  Address br tlit  . Author       ���������-  , CO.,  INC.,  New York, U.S.A.  ftfrb'8 Cottoa Root Compound  IttfflB  tiwdtoiiu. Hold" Itt'-thMS Afs  Xm������jmtZi%%t6n.i!h-0*K������, I. fi |  - " $Si No.������, M r������rbo������-,  r all druitwtfl, or ������������������������!  r-ipidtl on ruMlpt or ������rlfl������.  "r������a namphtott, Addrssil  THE COOKMIttlOINBCOj  fOIOMVO^ONr. {fttmmtmmimS  Only "Bayer" is Genqina  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralftta  ���������j~y    ", j.' , ',",r.",".'," ",'."''.'" "sg-Tt  i  W.   N,   U.   136$  Bright Healthy Birds  WiUSina      '  The can and feed*  jwltti.iw,.  nrQcC%.BIrd  Seed li tise eplwmteeSe*. Z  neifencaof a Iftetlme.. Peed..  Brocfc'a ta vwir Wrd and 6e> -will  e strong aid Itealuiy atid UU your  me wUh JUs dieertiil oont. Brock's  vooicon B^s, 22ft Mget, 40 Ultutm*  Wrt&fo^^imB^faa������pfo ~w~~'������  moHotJSonskmmoot.  1% v~xtk~.&u~^-~-,ota0  v'J  i  Warning I Unlcos you see the nam*  'Bayer" on package or on tablets jrou  are not getting Aspirin at all. Takt  Aaplrin only aa told In the Bayef  package for Colds, Headache, Neural*  gla,^ Rheumatism, JSarache, Toothache, Lumbago and for,. Pain. Then  you will be following the direction*  and, dosage worked out by physicians  during twenty-one year* and proved  ~t~t~ ,% mlllloni, - Handy tlnM bojrit  of twelve Bayer Tablet! of Aspirin  cost few cento. Druggista also sell  lacger paclcagea. Made lu Cauada,  Aaplrlu la the trade mark (registered  In Canada), of Bayer Manufacture off  lfotu>������ce<tlcactde������ttr of SaUcjrllcacl-t ..jjj.-/mmw!i&s������  ��������� ���������   ?. g:rr.iJP??ir?LL:ri.'JJJ??i%?A&  Z" * -ZZZ^Z?ZZZZZZiZdM.  ��������� ..   %l0^::-..--r-?--?.-.?--rr--4'/J?i:S?-i?ii^~s.  "   ''^^11"''"'''   ''''"''  ***+ *  ���������a-a*  \~fio. potz isms ,&sa &iens Indians  Crossing tKe Wains to  Fort Carlton  Summer 1875.  By O-GE-SfiAS-ES (Little Clerk).  I.  A  (Copyrighted)  '   * -(Continued)  _ Gradually ^some other clerks 'came  in en- route to their different appointments.    ~H. B.' ,Round, an ' Englishman for* Peace River, /Scott Simpson  for   British "Columbia,   Count   Von  Beneki    (Von.    Bernstoff his correct  name according to Isaac Cowie), an  ex-Dragoon Officer from Prussia who  had got into. trouble .with Voxi Bis-  ���������mark -and was"' therefore  , suffering  semi-exile.     Fort Qu'Appelle was to  ���������be our starting point and there we all  went,   a s brother of Mr. McDonald  leader of the party.- ^Mr. Chief Trader, JSwen McDopald, was-bound for  Isle la Crosse, he- having his family,  with him. -  Our chief guide was a  young French half breed .named Jcunc  Homme.    A" splendid rider and an cat-*  perienced     plainsman.     ���������> We    "had  -travelled together the previous winter ^and were chummy. Our first night,  out from Ellis "we only *nade some  ten miles-and just about   bedtime   I  and  Jeune  Homme  sneaked  out  of  camp, caught'and saddled, our ponies, and rode back to the fort, where  my dogs had been chained up to" the  pickets.      Cautiously entering  by a  side gate 1 soon had them loose with  the aid of a new-file, but had hard  work checking their transports at seeing me again.     Next day Mr. Ew'en  remarked in a dry manner, "So your  dogs followed after all?" and 1-inno-  cently agreed to this. v'  Ocr trip to Qu'Appelle was uneventful, but my surprise was great  on reaching there to note the beauty  of the site, and to add to the pictures-  queness of the scene there were some  fifteen hundred tepees of Plain Crees  in the lovely valley and buffalo were  reported only a day or twos ride to*  the sou-west. Mr. MacLean was in  charge, better known in later years  as Fort Pitt MacLean, for in 1885 he  and his "family-surrendered theinselves  All our arrangements were' ready  for a start next day andsI was chuckling over thc. fact of, still having my  dogs with me. But, alas, that evening news arrived that Chief Factor  McDonald was coming, and the flag  was hoisted from the. staflf.^ My heart  sank, and as he drove,into the fort he  spotted mc arid sarcastically remarked, "So you thought you were clever  in stealing your dogs, bufr^ this time  they will stay here." I was furious  and that evening we had an awful row  and I was threatened with all sorts of  penalties if-i did not shut up. There  was no recourse and the dogs stayed,  but they' fretted and did not thrive  after the. separation, and next winter  the three brothers "died. It took me  years %o get over this what I considered-a high-handed piece of injustice.  Mr.    McDonald    was not through  with me yet as he detained the steady  ponies wc had ridden frdin Ellis and  substituted a wild ounch of untrained  one's just in from the plains, saying  in his sarcastic way that wild clerks  should have wild horses.     I was no  rider and consulted my friend Jeune  Homme   about   the . prospect.     He  counselled courage and lent me his  Indian    saddle    with small stirrups.  There was no_doubt I was in an awful  funk, and when  everything  was  being hitched up next morning I dal-  iiedibehind and was the last to mount  my wild steed.     The brigade, a good  half mile long, had crossed the bridge  over thc Qu'Appelle River "when my  mare was roped and led   up,   and   I.  rather foolishly got on her inside the  square.      The ropes" wens taken  off,  but she simply stood trembling while  Mr,    McDonald    and the-spectators  were grinning with amusement at the  prospect of seeing the young Canuck  bucked off.     i gave her a crack with  the whip, when up she went, in the air,  then three* times round the square like  !a, Jack Rabbit. - t. At the l&st round*������ I  Formation of   Wheat   Fool By  Canadian Council of - Agriculture   Wil!  J   - Proposition*  Proceed   With   The.  R. G. McNeilie, Assistant General  Passenger  Winnipeg.  Agent   of  the   C.P.R.   at  Winnipeg.���������The special committee  appointed by the--Canadian Council of  Agriculture to investigate the question of thc wheat pool; met here and  decided to proceed with the proposition and application will be made to  the respective provincial legislatures  at their next sessions-for charters of  incorporation., The action, it is stated, was taken while recognizing the  fact .that the proposed- federal grain  inquiry may be directed towards -cm-  harassing thc efforts of the farmers nv  this sdirection.  The proposed association'will have  as'   its    nucleus    the    United    Grain  Growers, Limited, and the Saskatchewan Co-operative Elevator Company.  The former includes tho Grain Growers-ofA Manitoba and Alberta; The  purpose of the association will be  the co-operative marketing ai the  grain crop of Canada commonly  "known as the wheat pool.  The members' of the committee  present were: -H. W. Wood {[chair-  -man),'Alberta; Col. J. Z. Fraser. Ontario;. J. B. Musselman, Saskatchewan; J. L. Brown, Manitoba; Rice  Jones and J. F. Collier, United Grain  Growers; Hon. George Langley and  J. Robinson, Saskatchewan Co-operative Elevator Company,  \.  Puffin������ fin  THp>  ImA  a ������������������������������>������������������������      **mam       mumm      tm.-mu  Will Obey Mandate of Prohibition In  Ontario, Says Drury.  Toronto.���������Premier Drury, concluding the legislative debate early this  morning on the Ontario Temperance  Actv amendments, referred to the  statements of "a man prominently  identified with the anti-prohibition  forces" that it would be_* impossible  with the large wet minority to en-  force prohibition."  Premier - Drury declared: "It  amounts to a declaration of anarchy."  He added: "If we ever had a mandate  from the people for prohibition' enforcement we have it now.- It is our  duty to see that no such doctrine as I  have just quoted t;an be preached and  got away with."  MrSo Lloyd George On ,  Electioneering Campaign  Says - Bolshevism Is Destroying  Cherished British Institutions.  London.���������An echo of the Prime  Minister's famous speech accusing  British Labor leaders of revolutionary  designs was heard at Bedford when  Mrs. Lloyd George who is speaking  in the interests of the new post-  Tnaster-general in the Bedford by-  election said: J  "We have beaten Prussianismfwe  must now prepare io beat "Russianism,  The disciples of Lenine and Trotzky  are among us^bent -on destroying our  cherished institutions and bringing  destruction upon the nation."  Hon. Frank Kellaway,   ;the   post-  Debate tm Mitansm  Eight   Thousand, Canadian   Cadets  ^   .   Will Be Trained B^ Militia  department.  Ottawa.���������During the debate on the  militia estimates in the House of  Commons the estimate of $450,000 for -  cadet services' came up. 'Hon^ Mr.  Guthrie said 8,000' cadets would be  trained during the summer.  O. R. Gould (Assiniboia declared  there was a "war party" in -Canada  supporting these estimates. He opposed militarism under present conditions. He deplored the fact that the  war party in Canada would lead the  country into such large and extraordinary expenditures.  Brig.-Gen.   Griesbach   (Edmonton) ���������*���������  declared that-in his section    of   the  to Big-Bear^ band.     A  Mr. McKin-  heard.-a yell and crouched on her neck,  lay joined us here, fresh in from the  plains and, ordered to- Peace River.  The-Njdays passed busily as a large brigade of loaded carts were being sent  to Carlton under our escort,  ^ The valley was a stirring place, and  Jt was a'fascinating study, for me to  watch thc Indian braves and note the  dancing, gambling -and love-making  which went on merrily. Little Fox,  second war chipf of the Crees; was  here, and really the most magnificent  looking man Lever saw. Eagle featured, over six feet in height, he was  splendidly mounted on a handsome  sorrel'horse which looked like a thor  the bar ovcr the big gate swept my  hat off. On she flew; after the party,  jumped into the river,;'swam across  and circled the brigade: several."times  before they reached the opposite hill.  Wonderful to say I kept my seat that  day, but some little time afterwards  she bucked me off right in-front oi  Mrs .McDonald, much to her-and the  children's amusement-and'-, my own  mortification. __ However,'��������� "before we  reached Fort Carlton she 'was tame  enough. ' ._   "[     . \  Sunday,came and a, rest day was  called. Count Von Beneki electrified  us all by appearing in-full dress with  Thinks Swearing Ail Right  Yes, providing, .the provocation  equals tlie offence of Jones stepping  on Smith's sore eorns.' JFat better to  use "Putnam's" -Painless Corn Extractor, it does lift out corns in a  hurry. No.cornj^an last if "Putnam's" is applied. -^ Refuse a substitute, 25c everywhere.  master-general,., is    opposed   by    F. j country  nearly  all  militia   men  had  Rilev.   secretarv o������ ths Postal Work- j enlisted as soon as they could.  ""''"' I -~AJ  Urfion. 1    The war had proved the previous^  trained men the best in the war.  -io.  ers  Another Record Egg.  Portage la Prairie, Man.���������The "big  eccf" record has shifted   s^ain,    ibis  1914, 1899 and 1884 militia estimate,  had been criticized "with no greater,  intelligence"    than   was    shown   by  time"" from    Victoria   fo Portage la I critics today.     Members    had    then  Prairie. . .Warner Stewart's, oviferbus-' asked' "where 'is the enemy"' General  oughbred.     A Henry rifle across his i a top hat and was paying attention to  saddle bow, a splendid bow strength  encd at the back with buffalo sinew, a  quiver full of iron pointed and feathered arrows over his shoulder, dressed from head to foot in buckskin  richly ornamented with porcupine  quills, he trul-y- looked the ideal warrior /from onc of Fcnimore Copper's  novels. 1, gazed at him with admiration and walking up to him held  out my hand. He looked down,  smiled at the litde clerk and gave mc.  two fingers for a salute. At this  time it was said th c Crees could put  Seven' thousand*' fighting men In the  field. What a contrast from today,  when there arc only a few broken  remnants of his trihe left.  a young woman who was with Mrs,  McDonald, Needless to say the hat  did not. last long and was promptly  made a football of, and in consequence  we were challenged individually and  collectively to a duel'with either  swords or pistols,* he'having both with  him, 'and very handsome ' weapons.  This wc naturally refused, but Round,  wfco was skilled in bopting, counter-'  challengedhh^^ith the gloves. This  he accepted and was knocked out in  short order. Poor Beneki was ordered to .New Caledonia, sb)nev*>her������  hear where. Fort George is now. I  heard from him twice; and then we  lost track of each other. , ,  '.-.   -'(To he continued)  '       Honor Roll For B������C.  Victoria, B.C.���������Th'e Victoria Chamber of Commerce is gathering - the  names of the men froni,British Columbia who gave their lives in, the  Great War, to be'.used in connection  with the plan for laying out an Empire Ayenue as a war memorial. ������������������  ���������prOdigy is'a* Buff Qfpingtori  which:.  -laid an egg weighing1   seven    ounces  and-is 9 1-16 inches in circumference.  Mr. Stewart keep's ho" ducks, geese or  ostriches.       ' ,,' "  RHEUMATISM  Is Yours Acute or Chronic ?  /-  In either case you'll get stith results  stifiji  mi  Gompers Gives Message  Toronto.���������President Samuel Gompers asked for a message to the workers of Canada before his departure  for;Washington, replied: "Thee safety  of democracy and -eiviliz^ion depends  on the unity ..and practical, sane development .of thc great International  trade unions." ';.ZZZ"  Palpitation -  Of the Heawt  v Many people are kept in a state of  morhid fear of death, become, weak,  worn and miserable, and 'are unable to  attend to thcir household, social or  business dtftics through this unnatural  he-fort.  International Air Agreements.  Geneva.���������International aerial agree  ments arc beginning to, come  League of Nations Secretariat for  registration. Franco-British and  German-Swiss air conventions have  been received. Thcy aro almost identical ih their principal provisions.  Both apply only to private and commercial craft, '  action of the  ,To all such sufferers Miiburn's  Heart and Nerve Pills will give  prompt and permanent relief.  ���������.MTra. F. X. Gauthler, Tilbury, Ont.,  writes:-���������"During 25 years past I was  i, ������������>*.*>- ���������   --r --: --^.e * :;:;w; ,;nZ"'j^;���������"  greatly troubled with palpitation., of  into the\7 tlW late Michael Cmlahy, interna- ^fhe heart, and sometimes so nKicli so  -i��������� *������. iHionally' known meat packer of Kan-, that those around nie tliot  Death of Wealthy Packer's Son.  Los Angcles,-~john P, Cudahy, sou  Egypt was the first country t;o  havte a military organisation,, about  1620 B.C.  sns. City, and found dead in his bed  room with' 'lift head shattered by a  shotgun wound, committed suicide  after falling to negotiate a $10,000  loan with a Chicago bank; X>ct,cctiv������-  Scrgcant McMahah declares.  Sun Wmd'Bu^ Cinders  ) P mfl W^***MWrfW WWm^W���������timwmt  ���������raOMHKNL  BwufoR  ttCMMI  OOCMMP  Quebec Liquor Law  Qucbcc;~'rhc Provincial Government will grant no delay to the liquor  dealers of the province in disposing  of their stocks,, < Premier Taschereau  states. All liquor stocks must be disposed of, or handed ovcr to the control of the commission on May 1,  when the new law becomes effeetlyo.  v Cornell was the first American  college to possess a professorship of  American history,*    thought I would  die at any' moment, ,l?clng>so much  weakened by the sharpness of the palpitation which would last sometimes  up to 3 hours. I had the*doctor jvho  kept me taking his medicine to overcome the disease, but to no effect.  There was no change at all for the  better, Two yeans apo a friend advised mc to use Miiburn's Heart and  Nerve Pills. I began to use them at  once, and at the second box I began  to ie.cltfomc relic!, "so* I continued to  use them according to directions, and  now I am pcYfcctly well, Before  using tho pills In everv weighed 100  lbs.,,now I weigh 117. and feel as If  I were young although I am overA~6  - years of. age,'  Price 50c a, box at all dealers ot  mailed direct on receipt of price by  Thc T. Milburn Co,, LlsnlMd, Toronto, Ont.  ^.���������iffr������rrt*.iff^iiii"iii<i* f.nm<iMiine.wfiM),iwi iniiwrrMn-T*iTr**m***i*i(n^-i*iri���������-irfi -^ir*r*wr-n���������Ti*i**-irrfr**r-**-i*r���������TWrrrrmnem  from good old "Nerviline'"'Which has  five times the pain destroying power  of ordinary remedies. Nerviline  gives resultslbe'cause it penetrates to  the source of the pain, because it contains ingredients that destroy rheumatic pains. It is the unusually bad  case that proves thc power of Nerviline. Suited for young and old; used  internally and externally for many  purposes, 35c at all dealers.     -'*~,  r Irish Outrages Continue  Guerilla Warfare Proceeds In Erin  With Unabated Violence.  'Dtiblin.^Gucrilla warfare in Ireland  continues wfth unabated violence.  Some of the cars of a train conveying  military police were derailed between  Gortatlca, county>Kcrry, and Castle  Island, county I^erry; and subjected  to Machine gun. fire from a ruined  building. But the attacking party  were driven off. v The police suffered  no casualties.        ^Z''p"z"  Nine houses In Tralee were, homb-  ed. These included the offices of the  newspapers, Kcrrymari and Liberator,  the printing machines of which were  Wrecked. There were no casualties.  Several attacks \m police liarracka In  various parts of the country arc reported.''       ' '.,  .-,  Griesbach ,praised; the military spirit  in Canada.  . "If Canada, had contained many  people such as the Hon. .Member for  Brome and the Hon. Member for Assiniboia, then this country would have  curled its' tail between its ��������� legs when  danger appeared," General Griesbach  declared.    Mr. Guthrie declared the estimates"  to -cover national defense were in all  $17,241,000 or $2.15 per head. The U.S.  defense outlay was over $13 per capita, The modest program put forward should meet "With approval. Pay -  lists, food and clothing were more  than 100 per cent, higher now than  a few years ago.  Dr. Peter McGihbon (Muskoka) declared tlie opposition had used the  same, arguments in 1914 that thcy  were using now.' Great Britain waa  not ready for war until 1915 or 1916.  The, trained French troops had saved  civilization in those days,    Child Burned To Death.  "Winnipeg.���������Playing in  a  haystack.  with his 4-year-old brother, thc year  and a half old son of Hugo Bergner, J  residing a short  distance  from  this  city^ was horned to death.      While!  playing in the hay the boya had evidently set it on fire. '���������'���������  Admiralty Not Seeking Our Coal.  London.���������-Colonel ������. A, Amery,  Under-Secretary of State for the Colonics, replying to a question In the  House, declared that the British Admiralty had made np Inquiries in regard to coah supplies either from  Canadian or United States sources, *%  w, n. v, im  * Rejects Printers 44-Hour Week.  Helena, Mont���������At the end of ft  two-day session here the Montana  Printing* Employem' League announced that the 44-hour week demanded  hy the printing trades crafts of Hon*  tana will not be granted May 1.  w      S. A. Officers Released.  London^-All the Salvation Army^  officers imprison cd in Russia have  been liberated, according* to a despatch received by General Booth from  Salvation Army hcad<iuartcr3 at Hcl-  singfors,Finland.  ���������mv4ammmmmm4xAmtmmvmmm4m4mmammi4mAmmiimvmm4mmmmmmmAiammmtm   ���������  -.Iii.^.ii������ ii.i    ..ii.  ������>  It losing Looks or Strength,  Read This Carefully!  Once you were robust, bright and  liappy-*     To-day yoh arc dull, wor*:  ried failing hi vitality and appearance. \  Just when you shouW be at your best  ?*ou'rc played but and need a clcans-  ng medicine. Get thc right remedy  and your blood will redden, your vlva-  cioua spirits will soon return, and  you'll bc yourself again, "You should  use Dr. Hamilton'o Pills���������a truly  wonderful medicine. It drives away  headches and weariness, lifta the load  from your liver, tones np the stomach, puts you on your feet in no time.  Use Dr. Hamilton's Pills and watch  the result, in a week you'U feel \\m  new, All dealers 25c* or The Catar**������  hozonc Co,, Montreal.  ��������� Nl  ���������l* .. VHE  CRE8T4TA   HKVWiW  n-  Local .and Personal;  ��������� *       .     " -        - _ 11 . . -i ���������  Fob Saxe���������Tomato plants, healthy ]  s*t������eR.   R. Stewart, Creston. I  Fob Sate���������Female goot, 1 year old,  well bred, $25.    C. Blair. Erickson.  1 Dr. Lille, dentist, will "yisit Oreston  again from May 4th to 7th inclusive.  Ir-  C B. Garland and A. E. Jefferson  were bii-jine&ss visitors at Nelson on  Friday last,  x,     0r      -    * 0 i   . ,'ff,  Miss Alice Heath got back on Monday from,a.three weeks' holiday with  \v$i. parents at Inv-erniere.,  Mrs. W: B. Embree got" back on  Saturday from a couple of weeks' visit  with friends at Wardner.  Mrs, Hopwood and children left, the  1 itter ptirfc of the week for a visit with  friends'at Lethbridge, Alta.     T  -   ,.    4 ' *     ���������  Seep Beans���������Quanty of white beans  suitable foi* seed.for sale* 15c. pound..  #������ >.l.   ���������"'������_'��������� "*i  'jv     i-. '    '  Dong Barney��������� Pacific Restaurant.  ���������Egos' Fob Hatching���������S:C. White  Leghorns, Ferris 264-egg strain,"$2 per  listing oi 15.    W������ Burgess; Crestoii.-'  Wanted���������Kasich hoise.  1200  lbs.    Apply,Box 10, Wynndel 1������.0.-  George Mead arrived on Saturday.  | from Vancouver, and is now in charge  ; of the cashier's wicket at the Creston  mmmxx.  branch of the Imperial Bank.  Lost���������On April 16th, along C.P.R.  track in neighborhood of section house,  pair of glasses. Reward to finder on  leaving same at Review Office.  Mr. and Mrs. Frey of Delia, Alta.,  Who'arrived ih Creston on-Thursday  last, have leased the R. Lament J-anch  along.the JS.. VM and, intend '(Q become  permanent residents of thf* Valley.   v  The Valley experiencr-d the severest  weather of the month at the front end  of the week, six debtees of frost being  shown on the official theremome'eer on  both Sunday and Monday mornings.  There was only one absentee among  the members of the intermediate nurs  '    . ,      ,       , *��������� i.r-   r '  ing   class   at  the   weekly session on  Thursday night last, at which  Nm-se  McLuhan's demonstration was on preparing invalid's dishes.  .Members of, the. Women's. Instftute,  are reminded of thi* sale of cooking  Poultry V-^AKsan-r-WilL-pay the  highfesfc'cash- "price for bens; roosters  also taken. Dong Barney, Pacific  Restaurant*, ^es&Mawson's store.  Eggs are, retailing a,t 'the new low  -level of 35 cents a dozen at present,  bnt no further decline^ls anticipated.  The quantity now coming in hardly  meets the local demand.  S'-   P'' ������������������'  The public heaHh> purse committee  whists and dance in the Parish Ball on  Friday night was pnly?fairly well, attended, there bel^g-^fcss than, a dozen  -*, "      ~^*'\S^       .*yr  tables for eard������, ;at which' the - prizes  were won-by Mi^Blb^utt - and' Ja me'a  -Cherrington. Th^ gross intake of the  evening was about $30:    '  v *���������  -i-,  - ;���������*--        *  If you have foot-trouble of any kind  thte services of , an ; expert on feet,will  be atyour disposal/freejon-Friday afternoon ^nd &It~day Saturday, April  "-~- xv^or S0. at therS. A. Speers- store.  -Dr. Schoii.has had wide ^experience in  jbhiswopk/'and .faW advice has invariably proven beneficial to those who  consult him. ���������J;{;^  " *������������������" ; ���������  -Rev. J. 'Knox Wright, travelling representative "of the Canadian Bible So  ...xP   ���������...*..      T    '    .'     ....     r.''   .  sag and eyening for the initial services -  of Rey. H. Vai-ley, tbe -new resident"  rector. -' After evensonghe'and'Mts.  Varley were, guests at an.informal reception in the Parish Hall where an  "opportunity was afforded paiishjtoners-  of meeting the new vicar. Rev* 'Mr.  Varley took both services in credifetile  fashion and it seerais"eertain'botlir?hB  .and Mrs. Varley will be-popular with  members of the congregation.- - r-PA .  Circular letters are going out "this  w&lt inviting likely- booking citfss*Sns  to'join- np^'with^tbie'-'social chio^i^is'  hoped*- to _inangni*at<s- in':'connefetton  with G.W.V.A. effoH, with-UAiipor-,  ary quarters in the Mallandaine iAind  part ojf fche week, and was giyen a  ronsicg reception. ~ Equally warm was  the" welfctittjf"he "frit"-from "the old  timerarfetitr Resident here who very  fully"appreciate the reformation work-  ed.it)T the-local Teds, particularly in th*������  matter-nf sartorial adornment. ( This  is Father Cocol&'s first call since 1914  'When he alsO^apent'a couple of days  here.' ���������  ���������'    - -'��������� * ,< ��������� -  " Frank Etibntt; who got pack about  is.'month ago from .attending ^the pro-  fVin������ial university at -/Vancouver, and  leftASmOptUjnmeidlately.tp takea^os-  ition with a coal corporation; operating  in the" Yellowhead Pass^hos been suc-  ce'sjif nl in Ifeing geleteted ������s- ont* of thf  M  A  4!  ing.      For the present* the intention is  members of the Dominion geoiogica?  Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Bennett spent a j and produce onr Saturday, May 7th. to  couple of days with friends in Nels-on ' which they are asked to each bring a  of candy, ao that a candy stall  j may be an added feature'of the sak'.  S ,**.*-.* .mr-m-tv fx AT.     1   ������***������������������ ������**>W\1*_  'eilsreu^-M     o.������|������p.jr  the latter part of the  week,  Sunday.  Wanted**���������A man with good heayy | The soda;, fountain in connection  seam for bush work. Apply Super- j ^jfcji Norris bakery is now installed  intendent Land Settlement Board, and with Miss Alta Schade in charge  Camp Lister. j of the ice cream parlor patrons are as-  to. make-the club a meeting place and'  reading room, as well _.as "to* ttlpply  stationery, etc., for those wliKingto  do letter writing. .The psvoposed fiaew}*-  bership fee is $6 to reaidents of- ,town,  and $4and,|2*rto those- i-vhp .live ont-  side the town area.     ... *,    ���������*,  . ~"A\ McL'. Fletcher of Neisori^ Dominion'fiisit inbpei'tor, w.as hVi-e^on an  official visit1 thfe'  latter ' paf'tf' of - the  Cow Fob Sale���������Milch cow, due to  freshen June 15, $80. Apply Bert  Norriff, Creston Bakery, or Wood &  Norris ranch.  C.P.R. cattleguards and stockyards  are resplendent in a new coat of whitewash which the section ci-ews applied  the latter part of the w,eek.  Sunday is the last day'-for making  Dominion income tax* returns. It is  also .the last day*  upon -w-hich 'brush'  sii red prompt service in ail fche newest  in fountain drinks and ice-cream dishes  The front of the Creston Cafe looks  much better for a new coat of paint  given it the latter part of the week.  Manager Bryan is proving himself a  popular host, as the rooms, in connection with the oafe are all taken every  night .these times.  - At the rate signatures are lw������ing obtained it looks   ttafe   to'-pi-edict   that  fires may be set out. without'htiying to '*thei o-wiii be 80010500 names attached:  secure a permit .to do burning.  WATCH FOR NEXT  WEEK'S ADVT.  li*  i*.-l-  Beatiie-Oafway  to the Hod und Gun Club petitions protesting against any change in the-reg-  'uiations that will ..prohibit Sunday  shqotiJngrand fishing,-- ,  The April meeting of thfe^" Liberal  Association,-which should be held on  Monday, night, is postponed until later  hi the -month, when it is 'expected  Hon.' J. ~H. King, minister of  works-, will be spending a day hei e,  ai3!(l>wiu address the association mem-  hpfiS.-^-,-*;      -    .-:       e, .(-" '     -  LtaHtd  "Service in Christ 'Church on Sunday  will be at 7.30 only. Rev. H. "Varley  being at Sirdar in the morning, where  he hopes to have morning prayer fortnightly in future.'* The local Anglican  Sunday school will in fntuie meet in  the'inorning, and not in the afternoon  ���������as in the past. > ,,.  An official estimate hat* it that not  less than $40,000 hus lieen spent 'by  sto^kow.n^l'S fqr the winter's supply of  hay, amith&feed is still beingshipped  in..-- s -TlH"! Fruit Growers Union-alone  have brought/ in ������>tieast 100 c������rs of it,  after they ai-eVinly'dhe of at'le^asfc a half  ,-> ill     ,"'      ll," I >.     I l>*     ,* .���������     I  dpaen.impoite.is.j  ciety, paid his annual yisit to Creston  on Friday, "when he had a full house  for his illustrated lecture in the Presbyterian Church..*, According to the  1920 report of the society Creston last  year contributed $21.70 to the Bible  Society funds.   -   ^  Jas. Harvey of Calgary is the first  antoist to make the trip through from  Alberta to-Ore-ston by motor this season. ��������� He arrived on Sundav night and  reports- the travelling pretty comfortable all the way. ������-*,-*���������������.{The Geroux ciew  has already- made a great improve-s  ment on fche new , highway built al  Goat River crossing bill last season.   -  The two ~playT������f������;'-"Mother Goose  and her Mission Family" and the "Mite  Box Convention;'* with other numbers  between acts, -wjill be tlie features of  lhe Hiildren's concert that the Pi-esby-  terhm JMi*.>K>o, Baud is, giving in Mer-  cantile.Hall'ne^t Friday night.- May 6.  the.proceeds fmm which will go to the  Chinese Famine. Fund, Admission 50  and 25p-,,...,  Jack Cameron,'" who motored np  from Sirdar on Satin-day night, made  the first trip oyer * the new Sirdar-  ~\-\Z, j Kuskanook road in his Ford on -Friday evening, ami states* chat ihe new  highway ,is--������4read5 ip^gond vsjbape for  motor traffic. -Construction on the  wharf is being held~������up,at, present due  .to the non-arrival-of a supply of, plank  and lumber.      -   .f v. -    '  week, interviewing ^'pjrow'ers >with a  View to esJtimating'-thife-iyear's "-crop.  Present indications "f*re for a'-60 "'pWr?  ceutv increase oyer the banner yield ci������^  1019, when the Vaiiey had jl^r������^at|������disfe-  of just oyer-S0,t)00 boxes.. .P-rfesentio-  diciitions are t-o the effects*^ ^fhtti-. .ibis  year's planting of torn-itoes-vy-ill be'the  heaviest. . for vseyerai- seasi������n,Vilw^i*  There is also-a notable increase jn,t*b������  'planting of  berries.  -Father Cocola, who is "credited^with  having chribtianized" the Creston-Indians shortly af ter'Comihg to minister  to thetii in the'very early 0O'������."paid his  former parishionerR-n yinit the lutlttr  ���������*   *yc~     *    f, v*- -    ,    V.^yjl* vs.*  survey party that will investigate tbe  oil fields at Fort Norman, -at which  point the- Imperial jOil Company, recently struck a gusher.   Fort Norman  , -41        S       0   -  is Within lSQ.nnlee'o?.the Artie circle  aftdtbe. party ean^hardly. reach there  b'efo{-epthe first of July andif it comes  out for the~winter will have, to leave  ^ **- - .'I- V--0     f    . . 0., X, .  again,very early ip September.       t   ���������  A-meeting of'the ratepayers-of Oi-es-  ton school dmUict is nailed for 8 p.m.  Thursday night-next, at the schooJ-  'hfuise, at which =������he question-of pro-  f-wjjjngsome, needed added -school ��������� ac-  ^u3v^tid%tioQ will be discusisedt the  Ifci-iWtees being deair-ousof-aeesrttiining'  ������������������jntft-exHctly what the ratepayers want  in this, iine, bo that no thne w^lost  in providing it in ample time for school  opening next Sep'tetriber. Owing to  present' oyerfrowding''in the/ public  schboi at least^ some "ten beginners  conWtiqt'be'talteft in last February,  and as the^reare still more of them  now in eyidetice at least one new room  and another teacher'Will have to be  .provided. ���������  lens  Shoes  r v    >**"*\i  ���������r     Li     *���������������  ,mt~4   .0-  C B< BURFORD  BOOK AGENT  Financial, Government Ownership and  Cooperative Books and Pamphlets a  sp-aciolty.   Write for price list.-  MIN BURN,  ALBERTA  F. Rowland, of Howlautl & Waitz,  was a business vi- itor here f mm Kaslo  the Jatteit part of the week.  ' The firm  has a 250,000 tie  contract .yvitb;. 6he  C.P.Rr, which they.aie nmnufuntiv^ihg:  from a' timber area" the ^l^fn^w^^Dtt ^^ i*J-r^���������  close proximity to Kaslo;  . WT" Hi Far-r      **&*������������������***  retTat one "time bodkeeper for Creston  Mercantile Co.,  is"-in  charge of*-the  ' firm's operations.   '    - ' "  The Banff, orchestra attracted a  crowd that*'comfortably- filled ihe  available fltfor spaeeof Mercantile Hall  oft Monday^ night, Due to'there being  nO special train to bring in the Sirdar  and Wynndel'contjngeiits'the attend--  ance,��������� however. waR-*'hardly equal to  their firftt appearance hen', the latter  part of March. Everyone speaks highly of the supper, which was served by  Caterer Norris..   ��������� *..  "jL/TliNi If YPJ-i want a happy combination of style, fit,  If^r * comfort arid ^service in your next pair of shoes,  ������T ^**cbme to jj^ st6re. We are mighty particular about  getfing just the kind of shoes men like to wear.  Gur shoea have won their way into the hearts of di������-  ting men, through sheer force of merit.  w,w<%^|Bi?������^'lJ)������lft4wws unequalled yahies we are feature  ^ig right now.   Take a look at our .window, display of the  CAIKPCDC  at  : ������������������������  CO QC dcd nn?  4>j.oo rtn uul.  ������������i'e������������iiim������ii���������.i'i������iii'i������ ��������� tnltmlmmmmiiiim > iii������iii������������������mwii ��������� ������������������������,������������������������������������������4-0  These have been Helling regularly at  $4.25, -but for one week we offer- a  brand new shipment at $3.85,  Remember there are only 50 Dozen  ,. in lhe lot, and the price m for Cwh  nelltng only.  'snappy** new styles.  Do Your Feet Ever Bother You?  .t-if.  r-^,,  -V  ^e->-  Tired, aching feet make you inefficient and -cause you  much suffering. Come in and let out Foot Expert demon*  Atrate to you *  JkSchoUs  &^CLm^~^AppIia~~ces  rf ill  Belter Service  ������*i  Genera* Merchants  Lower' Pr iccii  As a result of Mi'^Bai-nes' address at  the TJdion quarterly meeting last'Fri-  d������y glowers haver>riot been baclj\y������n'cl  in coining forward U������ fllgti tJieh; ,1021  contract \,.wj|th,.*thW>*.^nlon.,*.:,i',^ithl|,th������  prospect of this .'year's apple crop  being 60 per *eent. in.,exnest* of the banner yield of 1019 plaitiH are being made  for the extenKlon> of'-the /Union warehouse in town' to nc-Roiiiinodate the  bigger busines, Vtrt,\v4iJl as to make  rnonr for central parking. ���������  Randolph Bruce iiZ. welhknbwn mining nuin, of;EaHt|Ko*Qt'eii/iy,:rtn,d who is  eqiiiilly well^nown'jjng^nneetloh.with  land .^ettleinont offo^tvlh the Winder-  uiere ������onntry; avus ;'*% vy-ffek-ondviBitoi?  with JUajot' MiillandAiiip,���������>. en route to  hlfl honid at Invc/rshofe."; Mr. 13rneo  vyu������ HflHiHtant to Enjglneo,r jCi'uinfl^en Jp  thn loeatlon of the^jQ'rowa Nest ro������t������  and rnoullH bravuralng tho Viilloy about  21 years ago, when .hV'jdeated the site  of th������ C.P,U.'h enny'on bridge.  * *     :���������...-. ���������    ,sk?   ��������� ���������**'  ���������������������������    .'���������    r -  - * '  Mr. arid Mra. 8 'A* Speprs were at  homo al eoiirb whint to a party which  aecoiintrd for six tables of playorson  VVodnewlay night ^t, which l1V.Npi Izo  Hijoi'OH wero piado h^. ��������� Princlpa) -Siiilth  and Miss Ohvl^ino>*^ebb (Sllv^rtonJ,  \yilh the low snoring holngdbnM hy,  !.Mm, Oatway and',C,-'B.'tilnrhuid. "A'  ������phmdld lunrh \V,aa iwry-tid aftfir cards  und ������,hi������ *\������������ tolhiwed hy, '^p���������h,oM,r.pf  iimiMrid andlt)f(������inial snutabillty/round."  I ihg out an ovunlng thnfc was (niirimnM������-  i Ip ������<M)joyrd by nil thegnr-Ms.  !'���������  Oongi-egiUilons that welllllleil ChtlHt  ()lmn:h vvoru In pvldoniro both* morn*  ���������he knows exactly what each foot trouble caw; needs.  Dr.eSehoU's scientific appliances are fitted-and adjusted to  your individual foot.   They will eorrect and relieve you.  Know what It Is to have -constant foot comfort. Come  in today.   ��������� -*..������������������-������������������*. . ��������� ���������  ExamitMtion and-Advice Free  Half day FRIDAY  APRIL 29th  All day SATURDAY  APRIL 30th  ��������� ���������. GEiSTERAJj  MERCHANT;'    ������������������>'-��������� --  mSm  A,neglected atone bruipo or .hat],  ,,s,.ont liivariahly. reBulta i������i n  hJow out, and ofton a ruined  tire ia the result..  ���������   ���������'      .*  Let us nave you time and money  .by vulcanizing-that* .tire.'  ���������.',���������*���������  We offer you  the best  in  workmanship and supplies  U DO ATE BROS.  d  Ul'HtrtUi-^p^^M  Htn^miia^MSi'-ml

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.xcrestonrev.1-0173870/manifest

Comment

Related Items