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" ,  Prrvincial police Vaehon refereed  the boxing events, with Major Mallandaine and Jos. Bell pf Lister doing the judging, and Messrs. Ckerr-  '- A  tit duo t$*j uttvYtmtst. i/(i���������  rivals, Joe Goodman,  vvvu xiiuiiau  who   for at  ���������5-*S������������"th^.���������*   nnrf    IA.a*nvr*At* 4-  tttg^xlxAtt  ������w������j\4   ln,uu*0������v  lru***.1������������ii-r������      aft-tnf  ������W.....|^ X-lm~~m  Wire Oii tn*& &i**3iS  least five years has" held the red  championship, and Andrew AIoa.,  in which the latter wrested the local championship after three quart-  "ers of an hour of the liveliest kind  of floor work, The other wrestling  feature was between Alf. Palmer  and Harry' Walkey, aud was declared a draw after three ten-minute sessions of the more scientific  sort of rassling. On -points tbe^'de-  oision would have gone to Jsltiser,  who waa agresaor simosiihrousrhoiii'  and forceed the -going all the way.  Walkey was in the better condition  and always managed to 'Work  out of any iikely looking holds his  opponent got on him.  Aii the boxing jbputs  were lively  the time. -All the contestants were  introduced to the crowd in timely  fas!lion by announcer H'. B. Staples.  Any account - of* the tournament  ���������r  would be incomplete without a word  of appreciation of the assistance extended by Ken and Don Dewar off Conquest place,  WynndeL Both are exceptionally  fine type of all-round athlete and  the   whole-hearted   way in   which  they co operateu  wius  ifi uG ������uid>u  ���������Mrs. Rowbury, who ha-S been at Victoria for sef era! weeks J^ast, got back  on Friday* knd all wall b^ glad to hear  her healta showjp deduced improvement. : -   * 'v-  ���������-' -zz4  Under the supervisiqs|bf Jas-Finley  the <*awmill is'how dMwg about the  best work since installation. Among  the improvements recet^jy installed is  the erectibn of sawdustjeon veyor with  a carrying lepglb-bf 00 feet.  Outside operations bear every evi-  dence that/spring ihas ^arrived. The  powder gang under A^jh-ew Sinclair  cosaaipncfed operations ^tfils-week stost  ing at the Power ranehfjand Ed." Armstrong has the fencing grew -stringing  XSXtKl   AVAlCttJ  *$���������'  Section ts    Jm. Turnley is busy with  the erection of a hense)' on the  J. H.  measure responsible for the success  of the night'ssport. Both had previously- earned a well-deserved popularity here at baseball, and this  reputation was considerably extend ���������  ed on the strength of their ring  showing on Thursday. Either in  sports or everyday, lifei they are the  sort of citizens ary community prizes.  Equal-commendation is also due  Be. B. Stories Joe successfully handling the;\^aai]y features connected  with the putting en for the first  time of a ^tournament b| the  There Will be the usvtel fortnightly  dance id aid of the, jttapo fund at the  schoolhouse oa Saturday., dancing to  -,     -r * 2**'***? fit. *  commence at- 8 o'clock Joro&mt.  *=   ^ - 5       ������  Nextwoek's attraction j promises to  be the biggest andJbesJ in the camp's  history.' OnSafcus-d&y -riight, March 12,  the atbatetir .$ramat};6 society presents the five act jrnelijdrkjua. "Tony,  the dotivict,'* at fhV eiehoolbouse, under tike direction or 4i. Cbrisiensen.  The.public alf notified that ticket  holders only frill  be^mittoftdUpfill  ging, asd there w:e?������ no mit&^gs^ot  any eort to-in any way roar'the-e^et*  mag's sport.: ;In;the juvenile event  suri.  rca^gea ^a^a ������iat tne eigfat events  earde^wsnt. off, in, $*t-h ssiendiS  > '       J- \V l.r\ ' V.   ���������    ^_-tt  fashion Is the* best .testimony-w&t  can' he offered as to the efficiency  SL |5, r*pZ$ wivfeh it; wflV be a case of  first come fi rsit served ^> tillS.30^when  the curtain rises., ' Thfet adnjit������H>nvis  adults ^1, chilid^nJ5^ii:and4,ickets.are  on sale at MitrljelFs' 8t*m������?Iiister, and  the drugstore at Preston. ^'^Tliere will  ���������be a dance aftejp.the_^t^������^---The;.eojn-  paay will be -,^isrre,-?t^j e%tnuied and  as they have  "f{f������n: .^e^eaawmg.' for at  ing platform at the mill rather seriously spraining himself, while a couple of  days previous mill aupermteudeiit Fin-  Jay lost the tip of one of Jbis fingers  while putting the chain on i.he sawdust conveyor while the latter was in  operation.  Last week's meeting of the Literary,  Musical and Dramatic Society took the  form of a sing song, with Mrs. Liddicoatt in charge, and all present reporting a highiy enjoyable session.  "The best yet" is the ptetty general  opinion expeessed of the United Farmers' dance at the schoolhouse on   Saturday night,"for which Messrs. Wright  West and   Okey   furnished   splendid  music an   piano,   violin   and  cornet,  with Mrs*   H. Cbiistensen  and F. N.  Thompson relieving them at. intervals,  and Jas. Turnley in chaage of thcSoor.  There were a number of  novelty^feat-  nres, among them a   guessing contest  as   to    the   meaning   of  the  letters  B.T.F.A.whicb were hung on the wall.  Ten of the guests correctly  interfrjet-  ed the sentence'which-was  BbnigjFthe;  farmers* association, with Miss Flossie  Evans  and JL   Thompson   the  first  prize winners.    For being the   couple  neai-est tbe big lamp at a certain time  in one of the dances Mr.   and  Mrs. F.  N.   Thompson   were  also awarded a  prize.' A couple of hours at whist preceded the dancing, and the high scores  were made bygMrs. H. Cbristensen and  Jack Burgess, while Miss Jennie Yer-  bury and Ivor  Ohristensen   had   the  poorest luck of the crowd.    After paying aii expenses the U.F. wiii have not  too bad a -balance to. the good. -"  S^ieSmon  The pruning school under the auspices of the United Farmers is due to-  start on Monday next, with' C. B  Twigg. the local horticulturist, in-  charge. Messrs. Craigie, Palfreyman.  Harrison and Boyd have donated their  orchards for school operations. There  are already fourteen pupils in sight fer  ���������tim-s-m* m+mmW*.**.**-*-  This week's meeting of the United  Farmers is the last of the weekly sess-  fonSs In future meetings will be on the  first and third Tuesday of each month.  E. 3. C. Bichardson left a few days  ago for Spokane, where he is having  some dental work attended to.  OI_��������� Smmi-rx  x-xx*ty txt-t-iKytiB  t -,-  XACX1U  s ������������������ *������-_  Ai*-t**ry  i/ur  - Tbe-U^keea Farmers Savesfetheir reg-  ul-^mOiitbJymeeinig at ^t&e scKool-  houseto^aight. *'        ,��������� ,x  Solr^^:^"<Si-*'*,������:L*i>2;*-a-n*!2 ���������r&~^hmar*lmf*. t**.i..-irnr.P.rrr*,n Aruv.r, ���������?-.-, Tr���������������������������������������������*������^ *u������������li%JH. Vernon... JH^ealded over-ia^sneefcieH?'  ofithe-aettlers-erm 'Monday night, at  which the chief-business wasithe consideration of ways and meansffor the  purchase of. the camp store, tenders  on sale of which are pow being called  for. A representative Vommittee'^hflis  been named to '-."canvass" all the residents with a view to securing; sufficient funds to -purchase the. business  and conduct it as a community 'co-operative concern.  A couple of nasty, though not serious accidents have to be recorded this  week. On Tuesday Gns Charleson had  the bad luck bo fall through   the cant-  made a gre&tirit with rt^the cisoa^d.  They had speed and action and ������on-  siderable steam behind each punch.  The referee's deoision of a daaw was  popular with the crowd; ^  AU three senior preliminaries  were fast with the contestants quite  evenly matched. Walter Long  showed decided class in his go with  Bill Cameron. His .opponent was  evidently not-in the same condition  as liOjng had most everything on  him and well deserved the deoision  on three rounds of milling in which  he was the ftgreesoralmost throughout.  "Lefty" Gi^ide found Don Dewar a trifle too fast for him through-  (Mit. Dewar forced the going right  from the start and never had much  , trouble getting through his opponent's guard. Grande took his punishment gfcmely, and had ho been  stronger on the attack should at  least havo gotten a draw.  Ken. Dewar outolaaaed Bill Truscott in three rounds in which they  mixed things mp pretty freely.  Truaootjt'e orouciiing attitude in the  ring while possibly disconcerting to  his opponent; gave De.war a decided  advantage with the spectators, and  this, coupled with his superior attack and showier defence made his  win appear just a little better than  the judges' scoring would indicate.  The evening!s comedy feature  was furnished in the free-for-all, in  whioh five coming light, middle and  heavywoights mixed it np in delightfully free and easy fashion with  Ardroy Wjleon the lust on his Feet,  aud consequently winner.  The plotting event was the three-  - round hout for the Valley|ohauipion-  ship between Harry Brown of List-  or, and Jimmy J-~*~h.w*~ of, Crentott,  Brown had ten pounds advantage  over his opponent, but at that he  was   no   matoh for   the  Creston  -a**  tournament. In his*, efforts Mr.  Bt������Tp)leff"was^afcly seconded~by.Jim-.  my Lqckhead, who- made himself  notably useful in matching and  training most of the contestants in  time taken from a vigo^ns syfetem  of trainihg himself for the headline  feature of the night*9 boxing.  Although the affair did little  more than pay expenses the Bod  and Gun Club can take considerable satisfaction out of the faot that  they provided the citizens-with an  evening of fast, clean sport, , and  should they decide to *��������� Stage 'another event of the sort a more satisfactory financial outcome is already  assured. . The sporting editor's  view of the various events follows :  Palmer vs. Walkey  For the light-heuyy weight .Wrestling  H. Walkey Weighed in at 16!) lbs. and  A. L. Palmer at 170 lbs. Both are exceptionally strpng men and Palmer  held the light-heavy and heavyweight  chainpionship of the C/inadlan Division overseas. The contest was under  dmnteur rules and three fast ten minute rounds were put on, Palmer taking  the aggressive in the first two rouhds  and Walkev in the third. In spite of  the fuctiftmt neither men were in any  great danger of a fall during atty M  the periods Jtho exhibitiomi, was a 'i^^t  interesting one from",* a Bpeutatot***.  standpoint* The bout wni deolared a  draw,  R. H* ther ing ton vi. Ted Staples  The contestants in the boy's bout  were evenly matched -m to age,  "Spike" having u:few poiinds advantage in weight, every pound of which  was needed to make up for the speedy  footwork of the Staples, hid. Both  boys did exceptionally well, and taking their age into consideration, und  the opportunities they have, had for  training, they deserve great credit for  thc showing unuV. During tho bout  several ringside spectators passed  the r* mot-k that lhe <boys were conducting themselves like veterans, und  there In no doubt if they, are ''enouiu>  lifted to kmn on training will bo a  |Continued on P������>Re *  Messrs. R,,antiM. Urr returded.lrom  Mra^KsCJ. 3J������t-$Jn-������r)_  l>rookjon;^cidaylastf jShei^eturaiedto  ������k*stobroolt wjthaber s3������^^t^7iaBessie  jon4f������m^^yithe latter, being tmder-the  ������octor*a=cw-ire^t present. .  The United Farmers^ entertainment  ecpmmittee are haying a grand re������un-  riiojii on the old Social Club lines. Dancing.-recitations and . songs. A real,  old-fashioned time, with an* admission  charge of 25 cents to the men, While  the. ladies are y*>ked to bring refreshments. '.,....  -past -week5 four cars of it coming in.  -Two ef these were for the Union and  the soldier settlement at "Lister unleaded the "Other two cars. The U.F.  have a car of hay as well as a car of  fetad oats on the way, as well as a big  :������ftiipnient of clover, alfalfa and spring  rye seeds.    W. G. Boyd was a business visitor  at Nelson a few days the latter part of  the week.  Its a case of travelling with the con-"  ductors for parties wishing to take the  train at Erickson on Sundays. Station  ������gent Bnhdy has been notified to cut  out aii Sunday work, and not eyen the  waiting room is io be opened to the  travelling oufa'tc-  To expedite trading operations the  United Farmers are havingthe telephone placed in-the residence of'the secretary, *W, G. Birney at once.- The  U.F. has" recently appointed*5* a special  -jHJiuoaitteeTio develop co-operative buy  irfg and^g^dually^sis ^feature. ofjtfee  *'-*^Sii^������*^������"w^^ti(^^j<^Sg^^^a3 ~ ���������*Bi**s*r  '^H-fc^-e^w^'t^'steVery-'c  Jty fOTJb^bosehor<ioi-farm;jase.  ' A-f; A^. fraser left a, few days ago for  Birdsbahk, where he will .spend a  coopje of .weeks overhauling the harness equipment of J. 8. Deschamps.  whoisheayy into lumbering operations at that point. ^ ���������'���������;'.:���������.'���������'  Mr. and Mrs. Bothomley of Kamloops arrived the latter part of the  week, on a short visit to Mr. and Mrs.  Geo. Hobden, Mr. Bothomley being a  brother of Mrs. Hobden's.  Ben Norris announces the opening of the Creston Bakery,  in the Postoffice Block, and  is -now prepared to supply  the-.heeds..of the people of  Crpstpn Valley with every-  thing usually turned out in  a fii-st-olass bakery, including Confectionery atid Home  Made Qaridy,'   ",'*"  ^^^P���������The finest produot qt  ':.$toq;.:OvSn;  in either White,  Blrowjrv, or the popular Currant Loaf.  CAKES,   Cookies,   Doughnuts  Swiss Bo)l.  ���������'���������'.'���������   '  PORK PIBS fresh made every  Saturday.   . : .  Wedding and Christening Cakes  made to order.  Our goods have alwayu pleased  others; we feel sure you will  find them satisfactory,  GIVE US-A CAUf  BEN NORRIS  PoatomceBlk. GBB$T0N  H. F. Packman returned from Vancouver on Tuesday, where he.has been  in attendance at the United Farniei-s  conyention.  The United . Farmers fortnightly  meeting is on Wednesday, March 9,  at 8 o'clock. Delegate Pacman will report on the proceedings of the conven  tion, and other important, matters are  to come up. All members are. requested to attend. Coffee and cake served  after the meeting.  The trustees are .finishing. the inside  of the school with white beaver board.  The improvement both in light and  appearance  aro greatly  appreciated.  Mrs. vV. J; Cooper spent a couple of  days at Nelson last week, returning on  Saturday.  Wynndel boys made a good showing  at the boxing ton ran ment at Oreston.  Messrs. Ken. and Don. Dewar, our  only representatives, winning their  bouts.  The Athletic Club would like to see  abetter attendance at its meetings  every Monday and Thursday night.   ���������  A car containing two teams'of horses und wagons w������s unloaded here by  the Washun tie outfit on Wednesday.  The Co-Operative Fruit Growers  shipped out a car of applet, on Tuesday, and report has it * that the price  received was a good one.  Geo, Huscroft in haying an acre of  his new|y-acqulred property slashed,  and wo hear he ia figuring on building  in the spring.  Gnodlett & Boyle, who have been tn  the tie business all winter, left on  Monday morning for Creston.  Walter Johnson loft on-.Saturday  for Porthiil where' he Is figuring on  working for tho noxtcotipleof months.  Bev. J. A. James will hc here for  tho usual Presbyterian service at tho  ttchonlhuuse on Sunday afternoon.  On Tuesday night Mr. and, Mrs.  Hobden entertained at progressive  whiBtin honor of their guests/with  eight tables of players in evidence and  the prize winning scores being made  by Mr. and Mrs. T. Goodwin, while  Mrs. Maxwell and Mr. Palfreyman had  the poorest luck of thc party. A dain -  ty lunch was served after cards and  then followed a short session of musit-  and dancing, Mr. and Mrs, Bothomley  contributing to the former in good  style. Of the many social evenings in  West Erickson this winter this was  possibly the best.  Biod ond Gun Glub  The February meeting of the Rod  and Gnn Club was  held on   Friday  night.   The committee handling the  boxing and wrestling tournament reported fully on  the event and were  thanked for their successful efforts in  providing suclKan excellent eyening's  sport.   Though the nett receipts' do  not account for a Ini ge sum the club  now finds itself with thc gloves, etc.,  on hand, nnd any future matches will  cost less to stage, and the profits will  therefore be greater.   A letter fi-om  tho  Game  Conservation   Board was  rend in which the board states that a  game warden la to be stationed  at  Castlogar who will be responsible for  this district. Considerable amusement.  was caused by this announcement, an  a warden so far away would not be  able to giye efficient supervision over  so large un urea, to s ty nothing of his  travelling expenses.   The board will  be written to and attention drawn to  the impossibility of one  man being  able to satisfactorily look after so wide  and  divenritied  stretch   of country.  Tbe trap shooting committee hope to  bc able to put In n report ahortly, and  a special meeting will be called to consider ami act nn their report. * .. . "���mmm"""'1<~~'~'��� 1.', '..,.-.'���' ���. -"��� '"-.''��� ���',..'. 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i-iSPee? were
at -work housing the animals-on the
big wicker kennels when Dorkm and
Willow came to the breeding-grounds.
Danny was ���struggling to hold and
discipline a frolicsome bear cub of
three months, and place it in the cage
from which/the mother bear looked
out -with disinterested, sleepy eyes,
the -while she tenderly suckled its
less-playful brother.
Dorkin took the cub from the boys
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birds had been kenneled and cooped,
splendid specimens those which Dorkin and his helper had been careful to
keep close within Hardwoods Re*-
treat. But down throughout that
five-hundred acre lowervPreserve were
many furred denizens which were still
almost as wild as when they had crept
furtively in. 'These, too, must learn,
j some day .that the big keeper of the
Catarrhozone is certain to relieve Preserve was not a being to be feared.
and lifted it, pawing and kicking, into" because its healing vapor is carried Every spring Dorkin secured -certain
the air. There it hung suspended, with the breath direct to the seat of o^ the young of these wilder animais,
clawing and whimpering, and in cub- the chest i^ose or throat trouble. Bc- and carrr-d them into the Retreat, aa
language, promising to be good. .Dor- ing composed of the purest balsams
kin gave it a playful shake and set it and pine essences, it immediately al-
down on the sward. He slapped hi. lays irritations, facilitates the ejection
hands together and the fat Httlc fel>, of mucus, soothes and stimulates the ��� the past two years many requests for
low scampered into    the    enclosure.j lungs and bronchial tubes,     fhe mar- '--*���--������-  " - "    *���-  �����-������<���������  ���"-:-
The first act of the mother bear, whoi vel of the a-rre in re-ioving rose, threat
had no doubt watched the proceedings " and bronchial troubles,    that's    what
thousands --say about Catarrhozone,
There is nothing so sure to relieve,
and to those in fear of changeable
weather���those who easily catch cold
he called it,
Dorkin's market for his wild things
had been extended greatly.     During
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siic cried, chokingly,
"you���you mustn't touch me likej
that," Tears sprang to her eyes and
she stamped her little foot angrily.
"I'm not a baby, Dorkin.   ^ I'm "
"Pm sorry, Willow; 1 keep forgetting." Dorkin spoke gently, and let
his caressing hand fall to onc of her
brown, clenched ones.
"You '
repeated faintly .and gripping his
hand in both of hers, carried it to her
face again. ^
He felt'her hot wet cheek against it,
felt her warm lips press it; then she
was standing away from him, the old
grave-eyed Willow, the Wisp, of other
"Come, Dorkin, we've got to look
after our wild things," she ordered.
And as of old, he followed her up tbe
with disapproval, was to hit the
roguish cub a swat on the ear which
sent  it  sprawling. s
. "Oh, Dorkip, look at the cute little1
thingi" cried Willow. "See, he's set-
tin' up an' beggin'for forgiveness."
"He's  a  little   hypocrite,   Willow,"
laughed  the  keeper.      "He  gives us-
more troubIe...than all the other cubs
together.       Are   the   foxes  all   right,
Pete?" he asked, turning to his helper.
"'All but dat oie silver-grey, Spray-
Coat," LaPeer. Answered. "I ain't
been able to find dat old fox,"
The Frenchman looked troubled. "I
was comin' to tell you bout dat," he
added. "Spray-Coat ain't been near
her puppies all night. Dey was crying wit' hungry when*^ look in not
long ago."
Dorkin's face grew serious. "Something must have happened to her," he
said anxiously. "Come, Danny, we'll
take Lorry an-d see if we can find her.
"Want to come, Willow?"
The girl shook her head. "PU help
Pete house the rest of the animals,"
she said.     "And���Dorkin?"
Impressed by the odd note- in her
voice, he turned, and came over to
her.      "Yes, Willow?"
"I want you to be keerful," she admonished. "'I'm afraid for you, Dorkin."
"Nonsense girlie," h. laughed.
"Af-aid, of what?"
She was silent.
"Teli me," he insisted gently. ''What
are  you   afraid  of?"
"Abe Daiton, fer one thing," she
answered "and"���she hesitated.
"And somebody else, Willow?"
"Yes, that man Timberley. Oh,
he is here, Dorkin," as the keeper's
brows contracted. "I saw him. t
saw him���yesterday/'
Dorkin stood in perplexed thought!
she reached out and touched his arm
gently. ""
He shook off his unpleasant reflections  and  lifting her hand  patted it
mustn't,    you mustn't," she   commending!^    "Good    true    little
t~-.~.i-l     ���_j :. j__  v:_   friend,   he said.     "I don't know what
I.would be without you, Willow, the
She gazed at him, tmhearing.
"Timberley    said    that   he'd   even
things with you;, you know that?"
_ "Yes, I know that.5'
"Well���if���if anything has happened to Spray-Coat���she's the most valuable animal here, you say���if anything has happened to her���?"
Dorkin nodded. Already a suspicion had entered his mind. That
Willow had felt the same suspicion
strengthened it to almost a conviction.
"I'll lose no time in finding out,
Willow," he told her, "and"���he smiled���"I'll  take  my  rifle."
The girl caught her breath quickly,
"That's what I was goin' to ask you
to do, Dorkin. An'��� you'll bc right
watchful, won't you?"
"T'll bc watchful, Willow. Now I
must go."
He turned away -In the track of
Danny. Willow stood watching until he joined her brother, then she
turned towards the kennel, where La-
Peer was busy housing the little wild
A pair of ring-tailed raccoons were
protesting against being shut away
from the open sunlight, and were being cautioned to behave by the
Frenchman, aa.-Willow came up.
"Dat    hard    work,"    he    grinned.1
"Somctam swear.      Dem little feller
*'l*��y��lak me pretty well, I guess so,
but when  I  go put dem in pen, dey
scratch and somctam bite."
"Pete," said  Willow -soberly, "you
told me once that you   could   shoot
holes through thc leaves, na they fclV
from  the trees 1" i
"Yes, Willow-dc-Wlsp,   I   remember." I
"Well, somethin* tells mc, that we
must  watch���must  watch  ovcr Dorkin," she finished quickly.     "He's SO'
strong, so good, he thinkr. all other
men arc also strong and good. Don't
you sec?     Don't you?"      Her voice'
wa<s high-pitched and -quavering. e
"Yes, dat la so."     LaPeer frowned I
and     sh-ft d     unrnsily.     "You    arc
right,   Willow-de-Wisp."
"Then you will watch, won't you?"
Thc Frenchman shrugg/'d hir. shoul-
\i-.f\.     "A.!! A. turn I will watch," he
"Thanks, Pctf," the*, smiled gratefully; "an" now, if you go an' house I
the animals on the lower Ridge, I'll
tend to thf; rtfA <A tln-flf," she offtrcd,
"But flat old lynx, Lulu, hhe mils1 bc
la.^ten' up," hc mldjit-r, "Dat big
fat is ugly somf-tam. Yon will leave
her for Dorkin, yrs?"
"Pro not afraid of T.uhi, Pete,"
Willow swish red him. "We'r�� stood
Mends, Slip alontf now, an' don't
bothrr none about me; I'll house her,
all  right,"
With a ��h.-ike of his head, LaPeer
���Vorrer-cd \<ti"*!i'i\.'-<\0 th** work ��i\ *h. lo^f-
animals had come to him from big
zoos. The prices were good. Each
fall shipment was greater than its predecessor had been. This autumn, all
being we1!, he hoped to ship, to different centres *of the world, animals
aggregating in  value  over  six thots-
IVn'^ ^** <ttM>��->*f lM����i. Ah   mmm-m,immm.mm. mmZ- .*-���.., ~- -fl
0--*-tMM ��i-wfbvvM��M|/*tiMVM gWrt-g-CM JfWUK jMV%J%~f
and curtail your energy.
If your liver and bowels.
don't work prop*i
erfyH *���*����?
Xlttl*   LSv-r
PlSla  today
and   four
trouble wilJ ,
cease.   For dizziness, lack of appetite,
headache and blotchy ekin  nothing
���can equal them.   Purely vegetable.
Small {PUS���Sma&^Dew*->SsaaU Price
*^~-those who work among lung-chill-, sand dollars.     Already he had receiving surroundings, or where dust, im-| cd orders amounting to aa much,
pure air,/log or damp can affect them,     He had, at first, been reluctant to
���let them get Catarrhozone and us��: send his wild friends to the cities, al-j
it several time3 daily���it wiii relieve' though he realized what few, notun-i
every time. ^ I derstanding-'the  dangers  and vicissi-
Large size Catarrhozone, sufficient' tudes the wild things arc subject to in
For two months use, guaranteed, price; their native haunts, realized, that they
would be far better fed and cared for
than if left to the mercy of the forest of deep snows, scant food, and
crafty fur-takers. But within the
protected zone of his Reireat, ihey
seemed so happy and satisfied, he
hated to send them away. This, however, hc v/as forced to do for two area-
(To be continued)
,   smaller size, 50c:  sample s!z*��j
Sold  everywhere.
Bobbie came home one day with a
brand new golf ball.
"Look at the lost ball 2 found on
the links, daddy," he s&id.
" he
But   daddy   was suspicious,
you sure it was a lost ball, son?;
"Surest thing you know, I saw
the man and his caddy both lobking
for  It.".���American   Legion   Weekly.
zt l^idge. Willow passed along-,
coaxing other of the wild animals into
their respective kennels, and putting
up the bars- upon them to hold them
prisoners until the storm had passed.
It was late afternoon before her
task was finished. All the birds and
animals of the upper Ridge had been
safelv and securely housed, even_to
the big lynx, Lulu, who now lay close
to where Willow sat, watching, long
tawny body stetched out, paws working and red tongue protruding, as she
purred to the nursing kittens.
Dorkin and Danny had been gone
for nearly three hours. Willow was
sure thcy had.found something amiss.
At last she caught sight of them returning, and springing up, ran to meet
them. Dorkin was carrying the limp
form of Spray-Coat in his arms.
Danny ran forward, and to his sister's
quick, "What is it, Danny?" cried:
"It's Spray-Coat. She's been poisoned. Dorkin asked me to get some
bear grease melted quick as I could.
No, she isn't dead.      Dorkin says it
was an overdose.53
He rushed on, and Willow stood,
white-faced   and   panting,   her  hands
clrnched, her breath coming in gasps.
"The   damned   cowards\" she cried.
"The damned cowards!"
."There,    there    girlie, you mustn't
take it that v-fSy?" said Dorkin, as he
came up.     "They did their best to get
Spray-Coat, but they were over-eager
I guess
of it to accomplish their purpose. She    ���_���   _,_     .....
threw it up; but she's sick, very sick,1 Should,   always    be    la ih.  etablc.���SO!>D
Willow.      She had strayed away  to   EVERYWHERE.
die.      It took us a long time to find
Those Having St-ck Asiimals
���ToCtore aCold
SIS  "ixJ?
mr- ^ MP.j^'teM mmVJmm~a\\-~r tttnt.
Be sure you get'
The genuine bears this signature
fl%ascarets" To-Night
For Constiisata��!!
~r*i_      ��  . ,-      . - - ���        Good for nil throat nnd chest diseases, -Dis-
ihey laid poison, too much! temper,    Garget,    Sprains,     Bruises,    Colic,
 is-i- .vi. -���    e*t. ~    ��jangC)    Spavins,    Running   Sores,   etc.,_etc.
i���I Wonder
Would It
Help Me?,f|
���"THIS -question has been
mtVrvex-d by many thousands of wonfien who havc
found health aw3 happiness in
the use ol Dr. Chase's Nerv��
m����pl��-Nm-��-m irritability, n��*nroo��-
n~m, gloomy tor-t-bodinjw of tb*
iut-aro,   tJ-DpreBWlo-n   un-   flUcoora****
Silent���theft* nr�� nomo of tho ��ymp-
-torn* which t*H ot nrruiuwted n��rveMfc
.Ti orawr to nvota n*>rvnxni pr*wrt.m��
Hon oy iom�� form of p*,raiy*t�� it ia
W*n to ��t)t thm  'bnl'Plrig .p prfjr.am
mtmhrnhe- *t one* toy *��*  -t t-r,
Ch-mta'm N��rv* Pood,
��aim*n-��oi��# mum a -Co., M<1, -yo-fo-at*
SciSC? S\:Zop"-p^U\'
The girl held out her arms, and
Dorkin placed the ^sick animal in
them. She pressed ber face against
the still body, crooning to   it,   tears
: streaming down her cheeks.
'     "'Poor little sweetheart; poor little
j Spray-Coat," she whispered. "An'
they tried to murder her, an' let her
babies starve. No, noi" she cried.
"They can't, the;/ can't do that��� Oh,
J Dorkin!" she wailed.      "She must bc
dead, or her dear tongue would 13ck|
my cheek.     Oh, she must be dead!"
Dorkin put his arm about the girl's
shoulders, ...      /
"No,    she   is not dead, only very,
sick. Willow," he said.     "We may be
able to save her yet      There, now,
please give her to me.     Here comesf-
Danny with thc antitode."
Thc girl's fingers strayed through
thc beautiful fur, with lingerinrr cfress
as Dorkin took the fox % from her.
"Hadn't I best go an' bring her puppies in, Dorkin?" she asked.
"Yes, if you will, Willow.     Why,
look girlie,   he cried, "she is stirring.
Why, she 3s looking straight at you
I believe she knows you."
"Oh, Dorkin!"
> Thc girl had fallen on her knees beside thc fox, now stretched on the
sward. She bent down with her face
close to thc slender muzzle. W.ith a
spasmodic effort thc sick animal lifted
ite head, and feebly its red tongue obtruded to give thc girl the brief caress
which had been its daily token of-love I
ever since she had come among its
kindred to live.
"Wc must save her, Dorkin I" fihe
cried choking!;*     "AnJ Dorkin,"���her
voice changed to the hardness of steel |
���"wc must get them as tried to murder hnr, damn 'emI"
Then, springing up, she sped swiftly away, to bring' the hungry puppies
Womets! Use Diamond Dyes
Dye Old Skirts, Dresses, Waists,
Coats, Stockings, Draperies..
Each package of "Diamond Dyes"
contains easy directions for dyeing
any article of wool, silk, cotton, linen,
or mixed goods. Beware 1 Poor
dye streaks, spots, fades, and ruins
materia! by giving it a "dyed-look."
Buy "Diamond Dyes" only. Druggist has Colof Card.
Just think} A pleasant, harmless
Cascaret works while you sleep and
has your liver active, head clear, stomach sweet and bowels moving as regular as a clock by morning. No griping or inconvenience. 10, 25 or 50
cent boxes. Children love this candy
cathartic too.
Onjy "Bayer".is Genuine
"California Syrup of Figs'
Child's Best Laxative
Warning! Unless y6u see the natna
'Bayer" or�� package or on tablets you
arc not getting Aspirin at all. Take
Aspirin only as told in the Bayer
package for Golds, Headache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache, Lumbago and for Pain. Then
you will bc following thc directions
and dosage worked ouf'by physicians
during twenty-one years and proved
safe by millions. Handy tin boxes
of twelve Bayer Tablets ,of Aspirin
cost few cents. Druggists also sell
"larger packages. .Made in Canada.
Aspirin is thc trade mark (registered
in Canada), of Bayer Manufacture of
Monoacetlcacidcster of Salicylicacid.
W.   P.   V-   w
\J I       ' l��l    Ll   lew  W  '    ' -^A
Accept "California" Syrup of Figs
only���look for thc name California
on thc package, then you are sure
your child is having the best and
most harmless phyBic for thcVlittlo
stomach, liver and bowels. Children lov�� its fruity taste. Full
directions on each bottle. You
must say "California.*'
'f,  , ^jx. ���,'!,.���    '     ' ' JLISSSSS
Stops Hair Coming Outt
Thickens, Beautifies.
Drop ft Hi tie "Freezone" on an aching com, instantly that corn stops
hurting, then shortly you lift it rigbt
ott wmi fingers. It doesn't hurt a
Your* druggist sells n tiny bottle of
"Freestone" for a few cents, sufficient
10 remove every hard corn, soft corn,
or corn between the toes, and'-tho cal*
lytw. wltbout ft particle of pain.
A few cctits buys "Danderine,** Af*
ter a few applications you cannoi lm��l
ts fallen hair or any dandrnOf, bf��id����
every��hair   shows   new
brightness-*, tnore tolot srnd
life,   vigor,
/ ���������j ���������<������������������������������������������  *i���������  ?.T?*  THE.     REVIEW9     CREiSTON,     B.     O.  -\  MoYMP*������1 -  |"|W w -~ M ������������������ ���������BW  $  -x. Watch, your oulldrea'a aklna. Af  soon ai you see tbe sllghte-st trace  of a rash or sore, apply 2asi������Buk.  This antlseptlo balm will protect  ibe eora plata from infection* pre-  vent It from spreading and healing  soon follows,,*  Careful mothers airways Ifceep  2&u_-Bu& on hand for their children'* injuries���������Ifc land* pain ao  qutc^J7 and prevents any possifeil  ity of festering. Best for cats,  burns, scalds, brutsea, ringworm,  scalp sores, eczema and teething  rash.    All dealers 50c box.  From the Land ������f Wealth  200  Russians Returning Home With  ������500,000 From, U.S.  With a total of nearly $500,000 iti  their purse3 and $250,000 worth of  jewels, 200 Russians, who arrived ia  Boston 3evea y-ear3 ago as poor immigrants, are about to return to their  native Hind and expect to spend the  rest of tiieir lives In case. Thev  will sail for Libau and proceed on.  horseback to the interior, where their  families await them.  Sale of Alberta,*-      -  Hereiords In Chicago  Prizes Realized for the Tdtal Herd  Averaged $450 a Head.  - An entire shipment of more than  fifty head of Hereford cattle from the  Curtice Cattle Company of Peace Valley, Alberta, has just been sold at Chicago. '.. The prices realized for the total herd averaged $450 a head. Several  particularly choice animals fetched  more than $1,000.  It is interesting to note that eighteen head of the best cattle from this  sale were purchased by a Chicago firm  who have a large ranch almost adjoining that of the Curtice Company  and intend shipping these .animals  back to Alberta where they will become the nucleus of another Hereford  herd. With such 6tock as this for a  ..foundation, this should goon grow  into one of the best herds of  ford cattle in the province.  Here-  For Both House and Stable.���������There  is a good deal of similarity, physically  speaking, beiweeu human beings and  the lower animals. Both are subject to many ailments arising from inflammation and to all~manner of cuts  and bruises. Dr. Thomas' Eclectnc  Oil is an entirely reliable remedy for  such ailments and mishaps in both  human beings and the lower orders  ol animals.  A Sad Tragedy  It often happens���������your sore corn is  stepped on. Why not use "Putnam's  Corn fa.xtractor." i' relieve* ;u one  day. Absolutely no pain with "Putnam's.'* Use no others 25c at all  dealers.  lr\fermiJig.'relief ibt  siieumafc aches*  HE'S just used Sloan's  Liniment and the quick  . comfort had brought a smile  of pleasure to his face.  Good for aches resulting  from weather exposure,  "sprains, strains, lame back,  overworked muscles. Penetrates without rubbing. All  druggista have it.      -,  ,'Hade in Canada)  Jjress of Mack jsset  &5*  70*  1140  @^&^*^t^lf-<^itf$<3fr4 *^������>-������ *^E>������ * 4&>*Sit''m>*9  i      Cause of      I  V  Early Old Age  _T"������B B  _S__d������_S  Linirtifsn-tl  Will Reimburse German Sailors.  German saiiocs thrown out of employment by thc delivery to the allies  of the German merchant fleet are to  be pcimbursed to the extent of 60.-  000.000 marks. Two-thirds of the  sum is to bc paid by the shipowners  and one-third by the government. An  agreement to this effect was reached  after two years' negotiations,      .  To Spend $10,000,000. -  The Vice-President of the Canadian Pacific Railway,* western lines,  announces that railroad * repairs and  betterments to the amount of $10,000,-  000 are contemplated this spring, but  that new lines and track extensions  must depend on developments on financial and labor conditions as  may arise during the- spring;  summer. V  they  and  Ireland spends less per head on  drink than any other part of the  United, Kingdom.  You are not  .experimenting when  you una Dr.  Chase's Ointment Cor Eczema and Skin Irrlta-  tlona. tt relieves at once and gradually heals the skin. Sample box Ur.  ���������Chasa's Ointment free it you mention this  paper and send 2c. stamp for postage. GOc. ���������  box: all dealers or Bdmaaaon, Bates & Co.,  Limited, Toronto.  Relieves Asthma at Little Expense.  Thousands of dollars have been vainly spent upon remedies for asthma  and seldom, if ever., with any relief.  Dr. J D ' K;:ll6g"gV Asthma Remedy, despite its assurance of-Jacnefit.  costs so little that it is within reach  of all. It Is a reliable remedy for  asthma.' Your -dealer can supply  you.  Salmon Pack For 1920.  The total salmon pack for British  Columbia  during   1920 was  1,187,616  cases.     These are 48 one pound tins  in a case or 96 naif-pound tins.  a J   " '  ���������r W-      1       9   .  ���������armr  K-o-r* if-a f*na  ivi   tnivsu*wu><  When stooping hurts, when lifting  and bending causes distress, that's the  time to rub in lots of "Nerviline."  Usually a couple of applications  brings grateful relief. No liniment  more soothing, more certain to- kill  muscular, rheumatic, or sciatica paina.  Thousands of homes rely on good  Oid Nerviline for cramps, colic, dysentery and external muscular pains.  Large 35 cent bottles for sale every-.  where.  On some of the Greek islands where  the people earn their living by the  sponge fishery, no girl is allowed to  marry until she has broughfdp a certain number of sponges, which must  be taken from a certain depth.  Use Wireless Telephone,  A wireless telephone, to be used in  the transaction of business, has been  installed by the Pittsburg chamber of  commerce. The radio telephone  connects with 300,0.00 operators within a wide area, surrounding Pittsburg.  v The celesbrated Dr. Micheahoff,  ? en authority on eariyoltl agm,  0 eays that it U "caused by poitone  A generated in tho intestine.**  X When yoarseomach digeats food  A properly it ia absorbed -without 2  _! feraus^poisoaoM* matter. Pol- ?  ? sons bring on early old ago and ?  f premature death. 15 fo 30 drop* *F  ��������������� ef *<������ei*gd'-S Syrap** after aae-is #  Q esak-es yoar digestion coun-d. to -tf  *^t^^-^ri������-������^-<a*r^>e^������>������-9t������������-^b^  To Visit England.  The merchants division of the Vancouver,  British  Columbia, Board  ol  Trade-are planning an  excursion  tej  England during the coming summer.  TO WOMEN  Ill*8      Swill! Ill   I9     flB-e*-,!*8  UI   IlEIUVLik nub  This Woman's Letter Tells  You How To Pass The  Crisis (Safely.  Minard's Liniment For Colds, Etc  The Silent Poor.  Real poverty is silent.���������The kind  that trumpets, its needs is often a  counterfeit composed of indolence or  some similar distemper of the soul.���������  London  Daily  Express.  Heart Disease Relieved Ir 30 Mtoutejs.  Dr, Affnew's Remedy for tha Heart glTes  perfect relief in al! cassa of Organic or  Sympathetic Heart Disease ia SO minutea, and  6peedily effects a cures. ^ It is a peerless  remedy "for Palpitation, 3Eorta<K3 ot Breath,  Smothering Spells, Pain ia Left Side, sad si!  symptoms of a diseased lleart. , One doss  convince*.  At present there is no metal currency in Turkey.  /  By Gertrude Beresford.  The all-black dresa always attracts  certain women who realize that their  beauty is greatly enhanced when attired in black. This model is fashioned from fine black net over a foundation of black cire satin: The bodice  shows the swathed lines that are  quite popular at this time. The V-  shaped  neck  opening  is  yery  plea.3-  Lasceilee*. P^.���������"During tho Chang*  of- Life I felt so weak and run down 1  could hardly do my work^ The pei>  spiration would pour over my face so  that I couldn't see what I was doing.  Ws live on a farm, so there is lots to do,  but many who felt as I did would have  been in bed. I took Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound and it did me ������  world of goodv I tried other remedies  but I put vegetable Compound ahead o������  them all, and I tell every one I know  how much good it haa done m������."������������������  Mrs. Duncan Brown, Lasceiles, Prov.  Quebec  Such warning symptoms as sense of  suffocation, hot flashes, headaches,  backaches, dread of impending evil,  timidity, sounds in the ear, palpitation  of the heart, sparks before the syea.  Irregularities; constipation, variable appetite, weakness and dizziness should  be heeded by middle-aged women, and  let Lydia E. Pinkham's vegetable Com  ing, while the sleeves are wide and'  - .     - . . ,   -.        .   t..__.  hardly full-lengths   The rather boof-l.HSSff.SCT.-ftSC ?������&^"^ ^  fant, curved side panels are trimmed  Minard's   Liniment  Cows.  For   Garget   in'  Plays All Records  ���������exactly as they  should be played  Let the Brui^lck be your 1921 Phonograph because It  is the one COMPLETE Phonograph.  It plays every make of record with the correct needle,  the precise diaphragm, and the exact weight  Nothing to take off or put on ���������no needles to change.  With your Brunswick you get the famous ULTONA  which is equipped with a genuine diamond-point for Edison  Record$;  genuine  Ceylon Sapphire  point for Pathe Records; and steel  needles for Brunswick, Victor, Columbia and all other steel needle records.  Find Out Why v  the Brunswick is the best phonograph  value. It costs you nothing to know the  facts. Send us the coupon for Interesting  booklet by Henry Purfort Eames, LvL.B.t ,  ... "What to Look for in Buying a Phono*  graph."  ������  Made* in Canada  Mail Us  This  Coupon  Wireless telegraphy was predicted  75 years ago.  ___________ ������  .. State    ol    Ohio.    City  of Toledo,   Lii<aw  County���������ss.  Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is  senior partner of the firm of F. J., Cheney '&  Co., doing business In the City -of Toledo.  County and State aforesaid, and that Jaaid  firm will pay tho sum 61 ONE HUNDRED  DOLLARS tor any case of Catarrh that cannot * be curod by the use of HALL'S  CATARRH MEDICINE.  FRANK J.  CHENEY.  a Sworn to before me and subscribed la my  presence, this  6th  day  of  December,  A.   D.  1886.  (Seal)  A.  W.  Gleason, Notary Public  HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE ia taken  internally and acts through the Blood oa the  Mucous Surfaces of the System.  Druggists,   75c.       Testimonials   free.  V. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.  Americans are eating 8 per cent,  less meat than thcy did 20 year3 ago^  Minard's Liniment For Distemper.  The most densely populated city in  the world is Bombay.  For  Rheumatic  Pains.���������The pains  and aches of Sciatica nnd Rheumatism  should be treated with Dr   Thomas'  j Eclcctric Oil.     The    soothing   and  I healing properties of this famous rcm-  I edy have been demonstrated for fifty  I years.     Use It also for inflammatory  I pains,.,   cuts,,  scratches, bruises and  j sprains .either in human beings or.the  vlo\vcr animals. .  COUPON  \  The Musical Merchandise Sales Company,  Dej>t W.N.L., 143 Portage Ave, E���������      /  Winnipeg, Man.  Without any cost to rae whatever, please send  Mr. Eames' Booklet  Namo ....*.,,.*..,*at,,.,,,..,,.,,,.,,,.......  Address ,....., , , .,   Her Lasting Job.  Willie.���������I think Peggie will make a  fine wife. I have been calling on her  -lor six months now and nearly always have found her darning her  father's socks. v  Rcgglc.���������That caught me, loo, until I noticed that lt was always the  same socks she was trying,to darn.  ���������*..,,*-.'i',���������,1 >ii���������im ,. ���������,;; I,,.,,., ff, ni,,,, ,i.wi.".iiri',j'l'i'i",'.''Mi,  n,,!l3,  with cire ribbon. This mode or ornamentation is also apparent on the  loose sleeves, while the neck opening  is accentuated hy similar trimming1.  Should a touch of color be desired a  garland of flowers might be used aa a  girdle.  V m-'fi-in i i i _. i  -diss.-  A WOMAN'S RIGHT  TOGOOD HEALTH  Most Troubles Afflicting Women A.re  Due to Poor Blood.  To every woman belongs the right  to   enjoy   a   healthy, active life; yet  nine out of ten    suffer    from   some  form of bioodlessnes3.   That is why  one sees on every    side    palp,   thin  cheeks, dull  eyes and  drooping figures���������sure signs of headaches, weak  backs,   aching   limbs   and   uncertain  health.     All weak women should win  the right to be    well    by    refreshing  their weary bodies with the new, rich,  red blood  that promptly  transforms  them into healthy attractive women.  This new, red blood is supplied by Dr.  Williams'   Pink   Pills, which reaches  every organ and every nerve in thc  body.   Through the use of these Pills  thousands    of   women    have   found  benefit when suffering from anaemia,  indigestion,   general   weakness   and  those*, ailments from   which    women  alone suffer.    Among tlie many women who tell of the good Dr, Williams'  Pink Pills have done them is Mrs. L.  Hicks, Round Hill. N.S., who says: "I  became   very   much ...run    down   in  health;   my   blood seemed weak and  watcry,my strength failed, and I was  so   easily   tired that my work w;is a  fburdcn.     I had often read about Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills and decided  to  try them, and I can truly say thai after using threejbojees I found myself  gaining, and under a further use of  thc pills all my old-time energy and  vitality was  restored.      Out  of my  own experience I can strongly recommend this medicine."  You can get Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills through any dealer in medicine  or by mail at SO cents a box or six  boxes for $2.50 from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  mmmt-itsmmim, mstmm -mii'Mtum m  Toronto's Population 597,386,  Toronto's 1921 population is 597,386,  according to an_ estimate    recently  made   public,    fhe   city   has  1,902  streets and 121,311 buildings.  crisis as it did Mrs. Brown.  Yon are invited to write for ir~-t advic������T  No other medicine has been so successful in relieving woman's suffering  as has Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable  Compound. Women may receive free  and helpful advice by writing the Lydia  E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass.  CURED  in 6 to 14 Days  All druggists are authorized to  refund the money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to Cure any case of  ITCHING. BLIND, BLEEDING  or PROTRUDING PILES. Cures  ordinary cases in 6 days, the  worst cases in 14 days.  PAZO OINTMENT instantly Relieves ITCHING PILES and you  can get restful sleep after the  first application.  It Is guaranteed by Paris Medicine Co., St, Lonis. Mo., Manufacturers of the world-famous  Grove's Laxative Bromo Quinine  tablets.  This signature Is on every box  of PAZO OINTMENT. "60c.  If you are unable to get PAZO  OINTMENT from your druggist,  send GOc In postage stamps to  Paris Medicine Co., 193 Spadlna  Ave., Toronto, and a bos will bo  mailed to you promptly. Write  your name and address plainly.  Your  F?m/*4fc *���������&*}'  m^^^^^W      ^-mt^  -W*%w   |  UranulntedEydids,  Ey������t Inflamed by two*  ���������urttoSil.Dtista-nd   lulekly relieved by Muds*  If-ttMMljrY NoSmirtin*  luit By* Comfort.    Aft  Tour Drug-dats or bjr null 60o p*r Bottl*.  fun 0%~~k M III* Kf* frt* writ* ft*  Hurl.* (By* B������m*4y C*������ Cbfo������������<*>  W.   %   V*   USA  No need to suffer with corns, or to  run the risk of paring them. 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AA***  EW*V. THE CRESTON REVIEW  itrx    rttrxt-ci  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C.  $ubsci-iption : $2.50 a year in advance.  H8.00 to .U.S. points. .  C. F. Hatks, Editor and Owner.  ORESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, MAR.   4  vae is young;  takes more poison to kill him. Jt  could be applied in the spray combined with lime and sulphur; also  in the calyx spray, the longer it is  delayed the more immune the larvae becomes, and tlie serious damage he has completed. C.B.T.  The Bud iffloth  During last spring the presence  of the Bud Moth was noticed by  many-growers by the more or less  damage to the buds and foliage,  caused by the young larvae after  the spring growth had developed  in the orchard. If allowed to accumulate they wonld eventually  destroy a considerable per cent-age  of the blossom buds, so it is necessary to take control measures periodically.  Briefly, the life history of the insect is as follows: It hibernates or  winters as a caterpillar, or in the  larvae stage three quarters grown  within a silken case attached to tbe  bark of the tree, within a convenient  crevice or around the buds on the  twigs. It emerges at the time the  buds begin to open and at once begins to gnaw its way into them,  n   tube in   which  8 Classy Events at  Boxing Tourney  drawing'card for affairs of this kind in  the future. -  bout we have to hand it to the boys for  their *ga*meness**in being .willing to take  part. .Very.few people have'.Sjifficieht  nerve to face one man in the rihginit  each of these boys took'-.. charice of being knocked out from four directions  all at one time. ~t" It' was iigr&ed that  fche last man on liis fet't shonU,l,be given the decision and it looked . for a  tinie_as if the : bo-tit" would be'a. tie between Slim WilsorV:aj}d Moos*? Johnson. Howeve^ tho-ronnd was.eudcd by  a brilliant piectoof original footwork  -uncovered' by" Sliaa^vho* trippedfh"is exponent and to. make doubly sure of  success hit Moose on bits way'to the  floor. The other three contestants  were Orin Hayden. Frank Romano and  Russell Grande. :;  SAVE AND  PREPARE  Success generally comes to those who go looking ior itf and the mah with a substantial  Sayings Account is always in a position to  grasp good opportunities ior mvesiinefi& or  ��������� advancement; * ,...*.*' r  consvructs a  si Ike  he hides during the day and comes  out after sunset and feeds on the  tender foliage. The time of emerging may extend over a period of  two weeks, and the larvae are active for another .six or seven. They  form pupae when full grown  with-  A.U-.1-.  U1CI1  .... X.    r-���������-S    t-S-rx  ucowj esiieei   vxi*3  ~A.xls-  ���������������*-v**������ **-������,���������  I������e������  appear about the end of June.  The eggs are laid on the under  side of the leaves which hatch in  about ten days. The young larvae  4 eat the under surface of-the leaves,  skeletonizing them, and form their  silken tubes. This brood attacks  the surface  of the   apple   where a  1 tl ���������     Zmx  usai uvui'cis iii  vwrv4- li  *. XV4XX  vt-.   a a  . ������/,   .tr.00  well as the foliage. The damage  done at this period is often noticed  by the orchardist when harvesting  the crop.  The brood when three quarters  grown goes into winter quarters.  When full grown it is about half  an inch long and appears as alight,  brown caterpillar with legs, head  and first segment back of the head  black aud shiny.  The most practical time to control this pest is by spraying early  in spring at the period known as  the delayed dormant, when the leaf  and the blossom bud has grown  aboht the length of itself, before it  begins to expand, apply a poison  spray such as arsenate of lead, about  one pound of the powder or two  pounds of the paste to 40 gallons of  water, with the addition of two  pounds of lime. There is leas ground  to cover at this period, and the lar-  Goodman Loses Title  Overconfiuence, and   with it   failure  to get into condition are held accountable for the defeat*   of Joe   Goodman,  the undisputed Indian wrestling champ  ion, by Andrew Alex., who disposed of  his opponent   in   two   straight   falls.  Right from the gong both   mat artists  went   at   each   other to   make   short  work of fche bout, but Andrews' superior condition brought   him   victory in  the first bout after six   minutes of the  strenuouest kind of going, pinning his  opponent in   undoubted   fashion on a  half Nelson "which he transferred into  a scissors hold foi- a successful   finish.  Assured of his ability to stand the gaff  Andrew   allowed   Goodman  to   force  matters all through  the   second bout,  which at times looked as if it would go  to the aggressor.    For at least half an  horn of the fastest kind of   mat work  Goodman   appeared   to have- by- long  odds the best of it, with  Referee Walkey constantly on the* canvass looking  the under side   of   matters over,   but  just about the time   Goodman   looked  due to pinhis opponent Andrew would  break the hold und   start Goodman at  work all over -again.   After a gi uelling  forty minutes, in which Goodman had  given a splendid exhibition   of his old  time skill���������lacking   only fche few ounces strength necessary   to land his op  ponent squarely or wear him into submission, Andrew worked out   of what  looked to be a winning   hold, and due  solely to better staying power clapped  a half Nelson.on to Goodinan~and with  equal   celerity^Xbif^ed..,into   another  scissors.gr.ip. antLa-feXv   seconds ..later  was Sowing tp the crejwd as the winner of the second and deciding fall.  Buck Long vs. Bill Cameron  This bout was   staged   between the  round of Indian wrestling and the boys  worked to some   disadvantage, on account   of   the   heavy   floor. padding.  However,- the bout was one of the fastest of the evening,   and had Cameron  trained as consistently tis his opponent  wonld have been a very   close match.  For both boys this was   the initial experience in the ring before an audience  and Cameron suffered   from a   severe,  attack of stage fright in the"first round  which gave Buck a   considerable   advantage.    In the'.second round Bill appeared to arrive at the wise conclusion  that he could afford to foi get the audience and concentrate upon his opponent with the result that the honors of  the second round fell to him. The third  round was fast, and   furious with   the  advantage to Long, giving him the decision.  Lefty Grande vs. Don Dewar  Lefty Grande of Creston weighed in  at 140 pounds and Don Dewar of Duck  Creek at 143 pounds. Both boys were  in the pink of rondiiion with Dewar  showing considerable advantage in  footwork and ability to connect with  u very efficient ntvuipthtleffc to the face  which gave him a decided advantage  all fche way through. In spite of having tn work steadily at the receiving  end of Don's left Grande came through  the bout with bin smile? of indifference  unchanged and his local supporters  have money to wager that with a year  or two experience Lefty should have  no trouble in landing the welter  weight-championship of the Kooten-  ayn.  Ken. Dewar os. Bill Truscott  Thiflkbout was Mchednled as between  Ken. Dewar and Harry Bathie butun-  | fortunately in train ing Harry tried not.  \t. ten ire-It plank   an a   punching   hag  [with   the   rewidt.  nil in   favor   af   the  plank, and wan unable to put In an ap*  peetian-"**.      Hill TrtMcnti \hh veteran.  with lotn of ability but mitmvdlv   out  of training mid ilti-nvt-ven credit for taking on a. man of   Dcwhi-'m   ability and  condition.    The dee}<ilnr������ went to Ken  Dewar but 'VruH~n.ll made a y-r-ry good  showing   indeed     and   the    bout   all  through wa������ one of tb'* mnA- sui-nit HH'  of fcr������*������ -evening.  Free*for-Alt  \    Judging by the applaoMe there wore  Crnninn    lni*it     0      CiittrcSti  "' !",,Mt' " f"w *"'"**'" 4w Mu*  "dicnee  iBSIOil   JiUiB    W    vliPUlj ! iW*,n ������"-l'������y***l|w������*lnflrH fw������������ fl������eht. Whiit  --    nrui|J mi -ftvor might hn said  .about  the ������elencc  JR. S. BFVAN, PrOpi flimpbtyed by the  WMitt'Httmt*  in thfH  Brown Vs. Lockhead  A   feeling   of   subdued   excitement  was noticeable when   Hairy Brown of  Lister and Jimmy  Lockhead   went*to  the scales.    Brown weighed in at 130$  'pounds, while Lockhead ... only managed to tip the beam at 120. The Creston  fans viewed with apprehension the sturdy virile frame - of the   bruiser   from  Lister; ten pounds is a lot to give away  in this weight, arid   conjectures   were  rampant   as    to    whether    Lockhead  could  safely  go on    against   such   a  handicap.     The/ .Creston . man' is an  easy, graceful boxer,   whose  main de  fense is in   his   aggressiveness,   while  Brown looked   every   inch a   fighter.  Lockhead managed to secure the' lucky.  corner-where  there  were   horseshoes  in every mitt.    At the   sound   of   the  sound of the gong and the usual courtesy both men   spurred   vainly   for an  opening. Lockhead led  with a feint to  the face and right swing to  the   jaw,  which   brought   the   fighting   to  the  "hoodoo corner,'' while   3ro\vn got in  a pretty left followed by right hook to  the jaw. which sent   Lockhead  to the  ^Joor. This steadied   the   Creston lad.  and afterwards   he   fought   with   hii-  heiid as weii as ins hands. "Brown'- tae-s  tics were obviously in-fighting, and he  was willing to take some   punishment  from the lighter nian to   get in   some  half-arm jabs.    Bmwn-'s   fighting was  not so'spectacular as   Lockhead's   but  he has a wicked-right upper-cut which  looked dangerous in every round if he  had managed to'land'it.      Brown  had  no defence for X.o.ckhead's straight-left  which He?lHtfi^l}lW^l^-pi^ishJin and a|v  wonderful pittiift forlhis weight.      He  generally   'followed    this.'tip   with  a  heavy right swing to  the .jaw. which  would have put a,weaker man hors de.  combat.      The   fight was marred to a  certain extent by the referee being over-zealous   in   not   discriminating between in-fightingand hitting in,clinches;      After   the ---first round ifc was obvious   that   Brown's   hope  lay   in   a  knockout as Loiilthead   had   him out-  boxed in eve*y' mund. Lockhead's victory was received with an ovation and  the enthusiasm, displayed   in   all the  bouts augurs well   for the   future/success of the manl.v<art in the Valley.  TOWN PROPERTY FOR SALE  G-rooin house (with bathroom); 150 x  122 ft. lot; 50 apple, plum and c erry  trees hearing on the U t. Immediate  possession. Term's right. T. BAINES.  Creston.  Ford Prices  Touring Car $889.80  Runabout 823.72  Truck 973.04  with Lighting and Starting.  Tractor, without starter, Sfto28  Oliver Two-Bottom (12  or 14 in.) Plows 170  Oliver Don bio Dine 185  All the above price* f.ee.h, Calgary,  Guaranteed Overhauls  ff you consider getting your  v.&r overhauled���������any make -  or any repairs, we have me-  ehanicfl that can ilo it, awl we  guarantee the work. I  Purity   and   Quality  Guaranteed.  7 QUARTS FOR ftl.00.  MOUNTAIN VIEW RANCH  WALTER V. JACKSON  We have ma vera I  good  in   second-hand   cwm.  and see thorn.  bllVH  Call  NOTICE OF SALE  of Stock and Fixtures  8-ft'iled tenders, marked "Tendersfor  Pnrehase of Stock." will bo received  hy the undersigned np to Five o'clock  p in. on the JIM day of Mitr-nh, 1021,  tor the pure bane, as a going concern,  of the Htonk and Fixtures contained  in the ue.ieral hIoto now being operated by the Land Settlement, Board at  Camp Llnter, near Creatou, B.C.  I������!ii-*h tender nuwt he accompanied  hy a eertiHml cheque pay-able* to tho  mild Hoard for a hiuii equal to f> per  cent,, of the CHtimnted amount of the  tender.  The hlgheHt or any tender not- nee-  enisarllv aeocptedfc Tho chequcH of the  eM-Huei-eHftfnl bidders will be returned  to them an moon -i������ their tender Ih  rejected.  ArrangemeutH',may he made by.the  nu'-ccMnfu! bidder for a lomwof the Mild  Htore building nnd proiiilHe* for ������  pet-tod of two years on reilHonable  l-rmw.  P-iri.tciiliirt* of Htock and ternm of  Hale will lie furniHhed on application to  LAND SETTLEMENT BOARD.  Parliament flulldlngK,  Victoria, B.C.  Victoria, H.O., Feb. 22, 1021.  Save!   Open an account with this Bank M  once.    Inierestepaid at current rate.  100  OF CJ-NJ*-T>A.  CRESTON BRANCH,  C. W. ALLEN,  M-nager.  UNPREPAREDNESS  ���������-FAILURE  A   bati1_  grsx  account is an assistant  in character building. It establishes the  confidence,, independence and pride, which  increases effort and paves the way to success.  Open an account to-day  and be  preparea. ^^  THE CANADIAN BANK  GFCOMNCRCE  f^AH^UPJCAPrrAL ; %       .:���������     $15,00(XOOO  RESERVE FUND     r;;^,;/: J--;'1 ;  $15^00,000  CRESTON BRANCH, C ^Bennett, Manager.  1]  Pip *���������*.  .trrt i-i-':- '-'% f-j-b.;. .>->;��������� *  'l.Cf   -gif-T���������-���������'f.i.rA-txi.iitr  ���������"���������iOSBFV'-'   ^*"**  For  en  Wool mixed "Sqeks, 45c.  Heather mixed Socks, 50c and 75c.  All wool grey Socks, 75c, 90c. and 95c.  Artie Socks, very heavy, $1.10 and $1.25.  ''���������������������������-.P..  Ladies' Hose  Special values in Black Cotton, 45c.  Special values in Brown, 50c. and 55c.  Penman's Lisle at 80c.  Cashmere finish, heavy, 75o.  Cashmere at 1.10, 1.15r$1.65.  For Boys and Girls  All sizes frem 4 to 10J in Wool and Cotton at  prices from 35c. to $1.25���������very special values.  . *a-  Greston Mercantile Company  LIMITED  DOING  ANY  BUILDING  or  FIXING UP  We can  supply  Portland  Cement,  Lime  Shingles  Lath  Lumber  all sizes and  grades.  i e  ������  Canyon City Lumber Cfimpany  L.IIMI t ������P '"������  IHE  CEBSTCK   BKYIBW  WlfiUU      18  "'  Men's  Half Soles, $1.25  Women's Half Soles, $1.00  Guaranteed for 6 months.  LIST OF BOOKS IN THE PERMANENT LIBRARY  w  Shoemaker*  CRESTON  Is there -iny  Meat in the  ���������-���������House?;:  -This is the first gues- :  tion that presents itself  to tbe ��������� housewife if - an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a meal. But why  worry?  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  F-������ _*���������_,_���������_ A A mM-tm-^m Bmrnma-xm  &l-tGt>X       \������*XXX3.XXjr  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  Bologna, dec.  aire  always  to   be  had  here:   In meats nothing  quite equals 'ShamrockV  products.  % 00., Ltd,  st  mi ft������! AmsnifRieaifs  H.  Le.  F.  H. Ainsworth���������Old St. Paul's.  " ���������Windsor Castle.  Alger,. jr.���������Facing thev World.  " ���������In a New World.  ftI.Alco.tt���������-Eight Cousins;  iAustey���������Vic������ Varsa.���������.':.'.*.       .*..*.  Sir E. Arnold-r-L.ight,of the World.  Jane Austen*-���������-Emma  -T-Pride and Prejudice.  " ���������Sense, and Sensibility.  C. Austin���������Cousin Geoffrey and I.  A. ��������� E. Barr���������The Man. Between; -  Z--   ''     i**~-T!i*e.:Bow.*;Qf Orange Ribbon  P. Bone^���������Brownie's, Box.   ���������  Badswo3$J&**-*-*Bri_ge.r '"-.'���������  C. Beadie-T-The City of Shadows.  W. Besapt���������Dorothy Poster.  A. Brazil���������The Manor House School.  ���������The Girls of St. Cyprian's.  ...''*..    ���������The    Jolliest    Town    on  ���������������������������' Record. ������������������-:-��������� "?  J. Buchan���������Green Mantle.  Rex Beach���������The Iron Trail.  C. L. Barnham���������rJewel.  Baldwin���������Two   School   Girls    of  ,- Florence.  Borrow���������-Lavengro.  D. Blackmore���������Leorna Doone.  Grey the Boothby���������Leong Live the King  R. Hugh Benson���������Lord of the World.  P. Benson���������The Luck of the Vails.  " ���������Princess  M. Braeme���������Mad Love  J. Buckley���������The Master Spy. v  P. Butler���������Mr. Perkins of Portland  L. Barclay���������Rosary.  Brown-^-When Dreams Come True.  Buchanan���������The  Second Wife.  M.  J.  R.  Minimum prico of first-class land  reSuced to |5 as acre; second-class to  9S.S0 an acre.  Pre-emption   now   confined   to   but  veyed lands only. -^~z-7--  Records will be granted covering onl>  land suitable for agricultural purpq-s-ai-  aad. which Is non-timber land. v"  Partnership pre-emptions abolished.-"  out parties of not more than four may  arrange for adjacent pre-empttonD  with joint residence,-but each making  necessary Improvements on respective  claims. -.-*%-���������'  Pre-emptors must occupy claims io.  flve years and make Improvements tr  yalue of $10 per acre. Including clear-  inr and cultivation of at least 6 acres  before receiving Crown Grant.  Where pre-emptor in occupation not  less'than 8 years, and has made proportionate improvements, he may, because of ill-health, or. other cauBe, he  granted intermediate certificate of Im  provement and transfer his claim.  ��������� Records without permanent residence may be Issued, provided applicant makes improvements to extent ol  |800 per annum and records same each  year. Failure to make improvements  or record same will operate as for- '*  feiture. Title cannot be obtained In  '^..V1?!1 6 years, and improvements  of 110.00 per acre. Including 5 acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  of at least 2 years are required. ^  Pre-emptor holding Crown Arrant  may record another pre-emption, if he  requires land In conjunction with his  farm, without actual occupation, ,pro-  vlded statutory improvements inadc  and residence maintained on Crown  granted land.  .JE������,u������*y-^. ****** not exceeding 21-.  %&**.  P^^? ������������������*������������������������������������ "  homeafteMj;  EHX.t'J ������������ obtained after fulfllllng real  dential and Improvement conditions.  For graving and Industrial purposes  "���������������*������ ���������xoeedittg 640 acres may be  l*^5?.V hY ������P* Person or company.  Mill, factory or Industrial sites on  . timber land  not  exceeding   40  acres  SSJHLlJS*^/0^6^ oondltionB include  payment of stumpage.  h������r5l������2iL Jmy i"***0��������� inaccessible  S-J-sSSSSf road,m?������,������ purohased  condltionarupon construction of a road  to them. Rebate of one-half of cost ot  road, not exceeding half of purchase  price, is made.  PR1.BMPTOH8' PRBE GRANTS  0x ACT.  The scope of this Aet Is enlarged to  tl^llvrOfc**?*.* *!oInlny?md*2SU?  !H* w,.th..H*8. Majesty's Forces.    The  ���������^���������*������Hi*ce!JS5>Lpt_l<,mPt?r ww apply  for title under this Aet is extended  from for one year from the death ������C  -ueh person, M formerly" until  oni  troaotlvJ,    P Vtt**���������������������������'��������� Mm w*dy������������  due or payable by soldiers on _r*e  emptlons recorded after June it m~  Taxes are remitted for flvo yeSrs.  Provision for return of moneys accrued due and been paid since August  or __&������_���������^B_i ***��������������������������������� *���������  ������!^t?*** ?n W<"��������������� pre-emptions.  -Interest_on agreements to^purchase  e&ri.ha_sr rar *������a r  aUV.t*URCHA8BR������ OF CROWN  ������, LANDS.  Provision    made   for    lgsuanoe    or  _!l!^*_-!ni���������Mi&ilSieSL.A0 oomplete  purchase, involving forfeiture, on fill-  teWitStJSSJ,Ww8*^l"''  era do not elalm'whoi/of ������WrljKl pa?"  OHAZINQ. Z  ^St*. !or ���������ft*M,,n������ ^Wrjct** and rang*  administration under Oommt������nlo*i������r'  Annual jnr_������l������K permits ItmitX balSd  llshed owners. 8toch������owtier������* m������y  form AssootaUoiks for range msnAV*-  tmnl. Free, or paritaii) free, uermtts  for ���������i*-*** ^mpti������ or tmVeiK" ,!  to ten head. ^* '  C.  R.  E.  F.  R.  T.  P. H.  B. W. Horning���������-Raffles.  J. Ingelow���������Mopsa the Fairy.  Ingraham���������-Prince   of   the   House   of  David.  J. Ironside^--The Red Symbol.  E. M. Ingraham���������Stratton Wins.  H. James���������The American.  "Jackstaff'.'���������The Dover Patrol.  V. Jacobs���������Flemington.  W. Jeyrol-*--Jest* Book..  J. Lambon���������-Our Trip to Blunderland.  W. W-* Jacobs���������Ship's Company.  R.~~Kipiing���������Actions Mid Reactions.  "       ^���������SeB, Warfare.  C. Knight���������Half Hours with the Best  Authors. ���������:..*  King Arthur and His Knights.  The King4 and Isobel:  Quear Kb*ayyam���������Rubaiyat.   .  C. Kingsley���������:Yeia*st/  L. Le������e Hope���������Bofsey Twins at Jlonie.  '    ..-.* ���������Bobsey Twins at Snow  Lodge./  J. London���������Burning ^Daylight.  C. S. Lownes���������A Bunch of Roses.  C. Lever^���������Branaley of Bishop's Folly.  Lord Lytton-���������The Coming Race, Zan-  oni, Last Days of Pompeii.  G. Lutz���������rThe Finding of Jaster Holt.  D. Lardner���������-History!; of the World.  Mrs. S. Leatbes-^Llttle Pearl.  Sophia..  G.  G.  G.  -Life of  Sir Waiter  F.  E.  ������  Capt.  Burnett���������^The Secret Garden.  "        ���������T. Tembarom.  B. Burgin���������Shutters of Silence.  Bradford'���������The Snare of Strength.  Austin Clare���������Another Man's Burden  Rr Cullum���������Brooding Wild.  T*k  .    -TV?'     A^*L~ ��������� Xx���������~   -      mV��������� ���������     AV������������������~.~m.     *-   rtm^  K.   W.   UuSuiuoi-s iUO   ^UlUJAl-Uli   JJ������n.  Hall Caine���������The Christian.  .'*.'.       ���������The Manxman.  G.  Lady  Catterton-^- Extracts  From  Aristotle's   Works.  R. Connor-^-Sky; Pilot. ;.*.*���������  " ������������������    ���������Man from Glengarry.  "     ���������Glengarry Schooldays.  Marie Corelli*���������Wormwood.  " ;...     "'���������Innocent...-  " ������������������'-'-"*:  ���������rTreasure of  Heaven.  W. Churchill���������-The Inside of the Cup.  J. F. Cooper���������Jack Tier.  ���������The Water Witch.  " Wing and Wing.  N. Chester-^Knights of the Grail.  M. S. Cummins-rrThe Lamplighter.  J. Conradr���������Lord Jim.  Egertbn Castle-^The Light of Scarthey  *."��������������������������� ���������If Youth but Knew.:  E. & L. Chamberlain���������The Merry Widow.  M.   Cholmondeley*���������Notwithstanding.  L.  Chamberlain���������The  Other  Side  of  the Door.  W. Collins���������Poor Miss Finch.  E. Childers���������Riddle of the Sands.  W. Carleton���������Willie Reilly.  S. R. G. Clark���������Yensie Walton's Womanhood.  Dunville-r-Autobiography of an  Eccentric Comedian'.  A. J. Dawson-^-Back to Blighty.  T. Dixon, jr.���������Comrades.  " ���������The Traitor.  R. Dehan���������The Dop Doctor.  F. Dreiser���������The Financier.  F. Danby���������Full Swing.  Charles   Dickens���������Pickwick   Papers;  Bleak House; David Copperfield;  Dombey & Son; Hard Times; The  Old Curiosity Shop.  Dwir���������The Great Amulet.  Dark���������The  Mknv-Who Would not  be King.  Douglas���������A Million a Minute.   -'  Dumas���������The Man in the Iron Mask,  Twenty Years  After, The Three  Musketeer^,   ThQ   Queens   Necklace.        *  Dejeans-r-Nobody's Child.  F. Dodge���������Skinner's Dress Suit.  Conan   Doyle���������Tales  of   Sherlock  Holmes.  E. M. Dell���������The Way of an Eagle, An  Englishwoman's    Love    Letters,  Ethel's  Adventures   in   the   Doll  Country.  H. M. Ean���������Feats on the Fjord Mudlin  E. L. Ellas���������Lincoln.  G, Eliot���������Roftiola.  J. H. Swing���������Jan of the Windmill.  BJ. Fttwcett-���������An Ambitious Woman.  A. French���������The Colonials.  A. le Feuvre���������Dudley Napier's Daugh*  J. Fothergill���������The First Violin.  A. G.  Foynbee���������The German Terror  in France.  G. H. Ferris���������History of War ~~ Peace  B. & C. B. Fry���������A Mother's Son.  J, Farnol���������The Money .Moon.  J. M. Forn������an'---Th|i Quest; V  of  M.  S.  H.  A.  E.  H.  A.  H.  B.  E.  J.  J.  G.  A.  Flower���������Slaves of Succe*&.  Fox, , jr.-^-Trail. of  the Lonesome  Plfre.',. ,*.    *   -a"--,-    - -. ���������������������������  W.  Gerrard���������My Four  Years   in  Germany.  Mrs. Gotty���������Parables from-Nature.  J. Grant���������Phantoa Regiment;       Romance ot War.  '  Gibbs���������Secret Witness; , v;  C. Gunner���������Tangled Flags:    How  to Escape. -1  Zane Groy���������Desert Gold;    The Light  of Western Stars.  P. Gibbs���������Founders of the Empire.  Goethe���������Faust  G. Garvico���������Her Heart's Desire.  C. Gwi*ke���������John Bull's Adventures in  Fiscal Wonderland.  A. K. Green���������The Mayor's Wife,  H.   Rider  Haggard���������King   Solomon's  .Mines.  A..G. Hales���������Angel Jim.  M. Hine-*~BeBt in Life.  G. ' Holmes-^ By ' Force   of   CWcuftj-  " '    statices.' ������������������������������������������������������;���������  J.. Hocking���������Chariots of the Lord.    ���������  Habborton���������Helen's Babies.  -  Hoddor--John MftcGregor;-  Hope���������The King's, Mirror^ A Man  of Murk; Sophy of Krayotiia.-  Harraden���������Kathorino Trensham,  " ���������Spring Shall Plant.  A. Henty���������On the Trawaddy.  ���������True to tha Old Flag.  CutcliJfc Hync Prince Rupert of tho  Buccaneer*. J>,..,..., , ,. .....  J.  B.  A.  ���������B.  ~.  J.  Lockhart*  Scott.  J. L. Long-r-Nanghty Nan."  Charles Lev-er���������One of Them.  Edna Lyall���������To Right the Wrong.  '*        ���������Won. by Waiting.  M. C. Leighton���������The- Triangle.  W. G. Locke���������Viyiette. \  T. McCall���������Ariadue of Allen Water  L. * M. Montgomery���������Anne's House  Dreams..       ' '*-'������������������','  Capt. Maeryat���������Children of the New  Forest. . ...*..  E. Marshall���������Close of St. Christophers  " ���������Eastward Ho!  Macaulay���������Essay bn: Clive.  "    ;' ���������First Chapter.  H. .Moorhouse���������Every Man for Himself  A. E. Wr Mason���������Four Feathers^  .-���������.' ���������-"..* .-T-Miranda of-the Bal-  cdhyr  Neil-Munro���������Gilian the Dreamer.  A. Miles���������Heroes.-.-of History.  H. W. Mabie���������-Heroines.  I. E. Mackay���������The House of Windows.  ������������������-*       ���������mm-^srr- '-. ���������      *. -_*^.'-*V-'A.   ' ��������� ~~ - *l- ������.    ir<*,Mi,AHn������.  Ci.   1>XCJT\*U w au aaucb  vl   iuc   x^uui^uuj.  W. Melville--Katerfelto.  ���������,: .":��������������������������������������������� ���������Sataneila.  S. Macnaughton-^-A, Lame Dog's Diary  Owen  Meredith*���������Lucile. ,v.   '  George Meredith^-^The Ordeal of Richard Feveril.  S.  Merriman-*���������Prisoners and Captives;    The Vultures.  Mack���������The Romance of a Woman  . "of Thirty;;; '-'''':' ':-     "-'    ''"-"  Mitf ord���������TK&^Sfgial of th������ Spider.  T.'*Mewi���������H?--AI'wyti'������'f'ri������nds.     ,:-.--- -  ������ ,,..,. :-r-Kitty O^Donovan.;  Lucas Malet���������The. Gateless. Barrier.  C. -  McFadden���������The    Seamstress    of  ". Steltin:*"       -' ->' ' "  "*������������������ ������������������������������������  A. McLaren���������-The Yoke of Silence.  F. Norris-���������McTeague.  :'���������  ���������Third Circle.  Col.. Nasmith, C.M.G.���������-Canada's Sons  in the World War.  H. W. Neomson���������Schiller.  E. Nesbit���������The New Treasure Seekers  W. H. Osborne���������The Blue Buckle.  Baraness  Orczy���������The  Case  of   Miss  Elliott;    A True Woman;     Emperor's Candlesticks.  Lloyd Osbourne���������Infatuation.  Our Little Anne.  A. Olllvant���������Owd Bob.  The Ogilvies.  F. S. Oliver���������Ordeal by Battle.  Stratton Porter���������At .the  Foot of  the Rainbow;  The Song of   the  Cardinal. *���������  Prior���������Forest Folk.  G. Phillips���������A Grain of Dust.  Pugh���������The Heritage.  Parkeir���������The   Lane  Turning.  A. Perrin���������Late in Life.  C. Peterson���������Lady Hester.  G. Page���������The Pathway.  E. A. Poe���������Poems and Esays.  M. H. Peterson���������Tlie Sanctuary.  Max Pemberton*���������Wheels of Anarchy.  C. Peterson���������Wake%p, Canada.  The- Queen's Gift Book.  A.  S.   Quiller-Couch���������Sir   John   Constantino.  G. D. Roberts���������Barbara Ladd.  S. Richmond���������A. Brown Study.  " ���������Red Pepper's Patients  P. Roe���������Frob Jest tb Earnest; An  Original Belle; He Fell in Love  with his Wife.  Ruck���������His Official Financee.  "      ---Three of Hearts.  E. Rives���������The Kingdom of Slender  Swords;    Sataft., Sanderson.  Myrtle,Reed���������Lavender; and Old Lace,  The Master's Violin; ^Old  Rose  and Silver. . ;,  E. E.', Rynd���������Mrs. Green Again.  Mrs. B. TteynoldB���������--Out of. the Night.,  The Itod Cross Stbry Book.  R. Sabatlni���������Anthony Wilding.  A. S. Swan���������Aldoroydo.  "        ���������The. Girl who Helped.  M. B. Seawoll���������Belty'B Virginia Christ-  mas;   Betty at Fort Blizzard.  W.  Scott���������Old Mortality;   Bride   of  ���������Lammermooro; Ivanhoe; Rob Roy  A. D, Sedgwick���������The Confounding of  >    Camelia.  D..H. Scott���������Evolution of Plants.  E.< Somervllle���������Furtlier   Experiences  of an Irish R. M.  Mrs. H. Strong���������Tho Girl Crusoea.  J. SIme���������Life of Goethe.  J. H. Shorthouse���������John Anglesant.   ,  W. Shakespeare-���������Julius Caesar; Richard II.;   King John.  J. Stebblng���������Lilla Thome's Voyage.  SwIbs Family Robinson.  L. Sterno-^A SontimentaV Journey.  Samantba at the World's Fair.  Story of tho Herachols.  M, ganders���������Tilda Jane.  R. L. Stevenson���������Treasure Island.  ���������������������, ���������The Wrecker,  J. C. Sitaith���������Lady Barbarity.  Douglas Staden���������-My Son Richard.  Bram Stoker���������The Man.  H. Do Vera Stagpoole���������P-fttsy,  M-vm, Southworth���������n^trVtmtfon.  W. Sladen���������Sicilian Lovore.  H. Strang���������With the Black Prince.  "        ���������One of Rupert's Horise.  A. Trollope-^���������Barchester Towers.    s  B. Tarkington���������Cherry.  E.  T.  Thurston���������City    of    Beautiful  Nonsense;    The Five-Barred Gate  R. Turner���������Castles of Kensington,  W. M. Thackeray���������Henry Esmond.  Tennyson���������-Idylls of the King.  R. Tynan���������My Love's but a Lassie.  "       ���������Open Windows.  M. Troiy-Gurtin���������Phrynette and lion-  don.  C. L. Thomson���������Stories from Chancer  L. Tracy���������The gtowaway Girl.  '       r-Wings of the Morning.  R. C. Trench���������Study of Words.  C. L. Thomson���������Stories from Chancer.  Mrs. J. De Home Vaizey���������About Peggy Saville.  Mrs. Henry Wood���������Danesbury-House.  ���������Mrs.   Halliburton's  Troubles.  S. Weyman*���������Gentleman of France.  Mrs. Humphrey Ward���������--Toward the  Goal; Helbeck of Bannisdale;  Lady Rose's Daughter.  A. Wilson Baird���������The Mouse over the  Way.  A. A. Winter���������Jewel Weed.  Mrs. C. W. Williamson���������My "Lady"Cinderella."'  K. D. Wiggin���������Rebecca of Sunnybrook  Farm. __. V  E. Wheeler Willcox���������Selected Poems.  A. J. E. Wilson���������St. Elmo.  P. White���������Today^      _ _  H. Bell Wright���������The y/inning of Barbara, Worth.  H. G. Wells���������Anna Veronica.  --.*".���������-     ���������Joan and Petsr.  Mrs. W. Woodrow���������Beauty,  J.Webster���������Daddy Lohglegs.  ���������������������������������.       ���������just Patty. '���������-'.;  H. R. Whates���������Canada, the New Na-  .   tion.....   ... . -'*.; ';���������������������������...  E. H. L. Watson���������Cloudesley. Tempest  .TIMBER SALE X2961  Sealed tenders will be received by  the Minister of Lands at Victoria not  later than noon on the 17th day of  March, 1921. for the purchase of License X2961, to cut 2.^)8,000 feet of  Cedar, Tamarac. Fir, Yellow Pine,  White Pine,' Fir and Cottonwood, and  10,000 lineal feet of Cedar Poles, on an  area situated on Goat Kivw, near  Creston. Kootenay District;  Two (2) years will be allowed for removal of timber. -  Further   particulars   of   the   Chief  Forester.. Victoria,  B.C.,  or  District.  Forester, Cran brook, B.C.  WATER NOTIOE  Diversion and Use  Seasonable Goods  Priced Right  G.  J.  D.  E.  G.  that   has   no  CABBAGE,  local  grown, 3ie  lb  8 lbs. for 25c.  ONIONS, 5c. lb,  POTATOES, 5e. lb.  6 lbs. for 25q.  FRESH EGGS  CANNED GOODS greatly reduc  ed to slear���������to make room for  new summer stocjk.      .     v  DB-IED FRUITS���������We have a fine  lisie of these at attractive prlc-gs;  We 'would again rehiing bur ������������������stomers  :atid(pr6sjpectlv0 cwstonieVs that^*ie \  " n_re'kl"W*ays w-TtRrtg-Ui:exl6iid"ci������3it" p  ���������'.r'-and*."\*tiha,t fcwfe ailow $%?oif aH ^ic-:.;  c^mts; pa id before, the. 10th of the  -'    -       following month.  otlerfield 4 Son  Wynndel  Take notice that Geoi-ge Leach,  whose address is Erickson, B. C, will  apply for a license to take and use 500  gallons per day of water out of Association Creek, also known as Camp Run  \.'.!���������������.������. B-.     ^trx���������0.rX    ...r..xXrx���������,,*r.        .. m. .J        ^t���������tix.mxr.    xm���������Xr.  ..uif.Ei ts\nvo  mroucri v/,  nuu   ^���������Fn.iiia elites  Goat River; about one half mile below  Goat River bridge. The water will be  diverted from the stream at a point  about ten rods from the northeast corner south of Lot 160. and will be used  for domestic purposes upon the land  described as Block 812, Map ���������, Rodgers Subdivision of Lot 160. This notice was posted on the ground on the  Hth of February, 1821. A copy of this  notice, and an application pursuant  thereto, and to the "Water Act, 1814.  will be iiied in the office of the Water  Recoi-der at Nelson, B.C. Objections  to the application may be filed with  the said water recorder, or with the  Comptroller of Water Rights," Parliament Buildings, Victoria, B. C,  within thirty days after the first appearance of this.notice in a local news-,  paper. The date of the first publication of this notice is February 25th.  1921.      ~  GEORGE LEACH, Applicant,  WATER NOTICE  Diversion and Use   '  C.  G.  E.  B.  H.  Commencing February 1st, my  prices are as follows:  Men's Shoes  Half-Soles' and Heels.-.- ....$1.50  sewn on ... 2.00  tacked on.���������.���������...... 1.25  Ladies' Shoes  Half-Soles and Heels-������������������ $1.50  " ' "'sewn on ���������  - 1.50  '        taoked on������������������......-. 1.00  Youths' Shoes  Half-Soles and Heels $1.50  "       aevvn on  1.50  taoked on  LOO  Children's Shoes  Half-Soles aud Heels      75  "       sewn on ."..     75  u        taoked on -      50  Leather Toe Caps 25c. tp 50c.  Copper Toe Caps, per pair 35o.  Patohes from lOo, .to 25c. eaoh.  Stitching from 10o., 25c, and 50c  JACK JOY  SHOEMAKER.    Next to Theatre  Take notice that   Mrs.  Ida   Leach,  ���������whose 'ctdd^ss?? is   Erickson^ B&  will  apply* for a license to take and use 500  gallons.per day of water out of Association. Creek, also known as Camp Bun  which flows westerly, and drains into  Goat River, about one-half mile below  Goat River bridge. - The water will be  diverted from   the   stream at  a point  about ten rods from the northeast corner soiitu of Lot 160,   and will be u&ed  for domestic - purposes  *ipoa the land  described as   Block 812,   Mapr-r, Rodr  gie>j3 Sub-di vision pfcLotJL45** . This- notice was^postfed oia the  ground On th������J  11th :o% February, l~~\~.  A -copy of this  notice  and an  application -pursuant  thereto arid to the   Water Act,   1914,  will be filed in the office of the   Water  Recorder at Nelson, B.C.     Objections;  to the applicatinn  may be filed   with  the. said Water Recorder,   or w|t1i the  Comptroller  of   Water   Rights  Parliament    Buildings,    VletJ^rlrti   B.C.,  within the thirty cbxys after tfse first  appearance of tbis-- notice in a local  newspaper. Ttie--4_������fie'of" the fir^t publication of this notice is February, 25,  1921.  MRS; IDA LEACH, Applicant.  WATER NOTIOE  Diversion and Use  Take notice that  Mary   E.   Youtg,  whose address is   Erickson, B.C., will  apply for a license to take and use 500  gallons per day of water out of Association Creek, also known as Camp Run  which flows westerly  und drains into  Goat River about one half   mile below  Goat Riyer bridge.   The water will be  diverted from  the  stream at  a point  about ten rods from the northeast corner south of Lot 100, and   will be. used  for domestic  purposes upoti   the land  described as   Block 812.   Map���������, Rodgers Sub division of Lot 160.   This no-  tice was posted upon   the   ground on  11th of February, 1821. A copy of this  nouice and an   application   pursuant  thereto, and the Water Act, 1914, will  be filed in the office of the   Water Recorder at Nelson, B.C.    Objections to  the application may be  filed with the  said water recorder, or with tho Comptroller of Water Rights, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria,   B.C.,   within  80  days after the first appearance of this  notice in a local newnpaper.    The first  publication of this notice w Februaay,  25th, 1021.  MARY E. YOUNG, Applicant.  WATER NOTIOE  Diversion jwd Use  Take notice that Martin N-plson,  vvhnHO address is Eri������;kson, B.C.. will  apply for a license to take and urn* 600  giilloriFi per day of water out nf Burton Creek, which flows southwest, nnd  drains Into Goat River, about one  inilu below Goat River bridge. The  wnter will be diverted from the ������trt������am  at a point about IIS rods north from  the -southeast corner of Lot IjB8, and  will be used for domestic purposes up������;  on the land described ns Block 812,  Map���������, Rodgers Sulvdlyiston of Lot  168. This notice was posted on - tho  ground on the 12th day of February,  1021. A copy of this notice and an application purmuint thereto, and u\ tho  Water Art. 1014, will be filed.In the  'Office of tho Water Recorder at Nel-  ~on. B.CV Objections to tho "Pplic-  utlou may bc fllcd with the,.raid water Recor.oer, or with the Gptnptrol lor  of WaUt RiRhts, Parliament Boild-  ingH. Victoria. n.C, within 30 d*y������ after tho first appearance of this notice  in a local newspaper.   Tho date of tho  WATER NOTIOE  Diversiongund Use  Take  notice    that   John   McRobb,*!  whose address I*  Erickson.  B.C., will  apply for a license to tako and   use 600  gallons per day of water out of Association Crook, hIbo known ns Camp Rim  which flows westerly and   drains into-  the Goat River  one  half   mile bolow  Goat River, bridge.   The water will be  diverted from the  stream at  a point-  about ton rials from the northeast corner *nuth of I/>t 160. and   will be <������sod'  for domestic purposes  upon tho  lanil  described as Block   812,   Map ������������������, Rod-  gors Subdivision of Lots 160  and 157.-  Thl������������ notice was posted oh   tho ground,  on the Uth   day of February, 1021.  A:  copy of this notice and   an application  pursuant thereto nnd   to   the   Watori  Act, 1014, will lie Hied   in tho office of i  tho Water Recorder at Nel������on, B.C.",  Objoctlonn to the said application t������H$*i  lw- filed with raid Water   Recorder, or'  with tho C'oniptrollor of Water Rights-  P������rliament Buildings,  VietorM. B.CU  within 30 dayn after tho   first appeatf I  ance of this  notice  inn  local   news*'  paper.     The date of the first  public  first publication of this*   notier* I* Fob*  ntlnn ������f %h\* noti������H> In   February* *������rt*h,  ruarv 25th. 1021. <1021.  MARTIN NKLSON, Applicant s JOHN MoKOBB. Applicant. THE     REVIEW,     CRESTON,     B.     CL  3oiims goods pa,y snor^ profit  araothers. Usually, the poorer  ike quality the greater the profit*  The greeef pays snore for Red  *se that*, for other teas=^and  he sells it at a less prof it.  Whea yon buy Red Hose you  buy the best*  ov@rnm.ents as i-i-o���������operators  Worid Happenings  rr  Briefly Told  Ten or fifteen, years ago the popular demand in connection with the  ���������iolutiort of large and grave problems affecting economic and marketing con-'  ditions la these Western Provinces was for Government ownership and  operation. This demand was, perhaps, most insistently urged in connection with interior and terminal grain elevators. Today, no such demand 13  made, nor is there any expressed wish for thc adoption of such a policy.  The reason for this marked change in public Opinion is not far to seek.  Manitoba tried Government ownership and operation of Interior elevators,  and it was far from being a success, either financially or in the character of  the service rendered. Saskatchewan, on the other hand, tried the experiment of creating a large co-operative company, composed of thc farmers  themselves, managed and controlled entirely by farmers{ but assisted with  fche financial backing of the Provincial Government.  From its inception the Saskatchewan experiment has been an outstanding success. That success has been due to1 the whole-hearted and loyal  manner tn which the farmers have supported their own institution���������something it was predicted they/vould not do: it has been brought about by notably careful and efficient management; and, lastly, it has been made possible  because of the sympathetic treatment accorded on all,occasions by the Government, which has placed the resources and credit of thc Province back in  the control and management of that enterprise.  Saskatchewan has borrowed millions which ^have been loaned to thc  Saskatchewan Co-operative Elevator Co. but that Company has met every  payment of principal and interest as it has become due, and the Provincial  treasury and the Saskatchewan taxpayer has not been called upon to put up  a dollar. In addition to these direct loans, the Government has pledged  the Provincial credit for other millions by giving guarantees to the Banks  for the repayment of loans made direct to the Company. It is an acknowledged fact that without ^this Government backing, the Saskatchewan Cooperative Elevator Co. could never have succeeded in its earlier years, nor  have achieved the fine record which stands to its credit. So succeessful,  indeed, did the Saskatchewan experiment prove to be, that the other Provinces finally adopted It. And co-operative interior elevators have been  followed by terminals owned and managed by these satne companies.  The splendid results achieved by co-operative elevators led to the formation in Saskatchewan.of the Province-wide co-operative creamery company, which took over all the Government owned and operated creameries;  and has established many new ones and -enlarged the old ones. It is repeating in its field the success of the co-operative elevator companies, and has established cold storage plants and other subsidiary enterprises. -^  Next came co-operative stockyards, which are yet in their infancy but  which promise to become an important factor in the development and prosperity of the livestock industry of the West.  Co-operative wool marketing is now recognized as.���������the most feasible and  best method of handling the wool clip of the West, and has for some years  past demonstrated its practicability by obtaining for the sheepmen of the  West a higher price for raw wool than could otherwise have been secured  by them.  Co-operation between Government and people has also resulted in Saskatchewan in a very rapid extension of rural telephone lines and facilities  throughout thc Province, bringing the farm home into immediate and direct  communication with market towns, doctors and nurses, and removing to a  large degree that isolation from which thc farm home suffered in thc past and  which was onc of the chief obstacles to keeping many people on the land.  Thc successes which stand to the. credit of all enterprises in the West  based on thc co-operative principle have resulted In the development of a  pronounced public opinion that it was far better not to rely absolutely upon  a parental form of government, but, by co-operation of Government and  people, build u? a sturdy, self-reliant Province and Dominion. Now when  a difficulty presents itself, people do not weakly turn to Governments with  demands that they solve thc problems for the people, but the people themselves tackle thi problem and, with Government assistance, are proving  their ability to solve and overcome their difficulties.  Anofh-cr valuable feature of this adherence to co-operative principles  and methods is found in the practical training being afforded thousands of  farm(jr3.' sons in the conduct and management of large business enterprises.  The value of such training can. hardly be over-estimated, and is having its  effect in the adoption of more business-like methods in all departments of  thc. farm* rcsulUn*:; in thc saving of countless thousands of dollars in many  small ways to the farm.*?:.? in their own operations. Strict business methods  are replacing slip ������������������hod ones while at thc same time the man on the land la  kept in z.[orL,i to-irth with world conditions and markets, and i-3 steadily securing a larger grasp of thosc economic forces which have a direct, bearing ou  the prior, of hi. product nnd. his resultant prosperity,  Mrs. Ralph Smith refused the  speakership in the^B.C...Legislature.  The Zeppelin aircraft wilV.be offered to other countries for commercial  purposes.  The recent drop in* grain quotations  in Britain is expected to reduce the  cost of living.  Mrs. Edith Rogers, first woman.  M.^.A. for Manitoba, will second tho  reply to the speech from the throne.  E. H. Devlin, former member for  Kinistino in the Saskatchewan Legislature, died recently at Hot Spring,  Arkansas.  Losses in stolen baggage sustained last -year by the five railroads  with terminals in New York City  were over $5,000,000.  Sudbury, Ont., has engaged the  services of a health nurse to work  among the families who are not receiving proper medical attention.  A wireless telephone system to be  used for communication with police  patrol wagons throughout the city  is "being installed at Dallas, Texas.  Sugar in Newfoundland is still  retailing at 25 cents a pound. The  Goverrlment bought enough to la-Jt  until next June and cannot relax  control without loss of $120,000.  Preliminary arrangements have now  been completed tor th������ second Imperial conference of Teachers' Associations, which will be heldun Toronto on August 10 to 13 of this year.  The need for sympathy, understanding and friendly co-operation  between the United States and Great  Britain, was the dominant note at  the opening of the convention of the  Junior League of Amcica tn Mon.-'  treal.  Rheumatism Relieved In 1 to 3 Days.  South American Rheumatic Remedy is a  wonderful medicine in the treatment of acute  or inflammatory rheumatism, chronic rheumatism, lumbago, neuralgia, and alt ailments due  to rheumatism. It often cures in. 1 to 3  days.     At druggists.  Only the Bottom Flat.  "Say, old man, is my tire flat?"  "Well, it's a little fiat at the bottom,  but   thc   res������ of it is all right."���������Baltimore Neews.  STORMY WEATHER  HARD ON BABY  The stormy, blustery weather  which we have during February and  March is extremely hard on children.  Conditions make it necessary for the  mother to keep them in the house;  Thcy are often confined to overheated, badly ventilated rooms and ,catch  colds which rack their whole systcm.  To guard against this a box of Baby's  Own Tablets should bc kept in thc  house and an occasional dose given  the baby to keep hjs stomach and  bowels working regularly; This will  not fail to break up colds and keep  the health of thc baby in good condi-  , tion till thc brighter days come along.  The Tablets are sold by medicine  dealers or by mail at 25 cents a box  from Thc Dr. Williams Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont,  li?'  doubt toe cheapest atad most  healthful food that can be  produced for humast eon*  sumption* It Is the most  completely digested solid  food In the world, over 90%  of it being transformed Into  health and strength, It yields  nearly twice as much- nour*  ishment && rice or potatoes*  and is ten tames as nourish*-  f ng as an equal value of meat.  No bread Is more truly wholesome or snore perfectly satisfactory than that bal&ed at  in  are us  ���������:  and  n ������������S������  Scientists hav������ discovered a new  ������m!y wonderfu! us������ for Roys!  Cakes Physicians are prescribing i������ with  remarkable success for coss-ditiotsa atf rl=  buted to poor blo<$d conditions. Soak a  cake of Royal Yeast for half ah hour In  a cup ������fluke-warm water with one tea-  s^oon sugar Then stir weil and strain  once or twice through muslin and drink  She liquid. BETTER results will be obtained by allowing it to soak over night  and drinking half an hour -before breakfast. Repeat as often as .desired. Send  Biame and address for free booklet entitled "Royal Yeast for Better Health.'^  W. Gil left Company Limited  tie  Too Near Big City.  "Your son  goes  to. Yale,  does  not?"  "Well, he's enrolled at Yale, but he  goes to New York."���������Life.  There are 9,295,252 passenger att*-  tomobiles and motor trucks in use in  the Uhitcd,,States, or one vehicle for  every 11.8 persons.  ���������JS.  Needed It  "How old did you say you. were?"  "I've seen 18 summers."  "Ever have your eyea  examinedf*  Itch Cured In 3K> Minute3.  Itch,  Mange,  and  all  contagious  ecratches*  oft human or animal, cured ic 30 minutes by  Wolfo'rd's Sanitary Lotion.      At Drug-gists.  A square foot of honeycomb cos**  tains,mo re than 9,000 cells.  -tx-  Its Appeal Grows!  Many people start to use  Instant Postum  temporarily in place of coffee  or tea for health reasons. But  they soon learn to love ip rich  ������lavorr~aiid its pure, wholesome  dualities are so apparent that  they adopt Postum as their  regular me-al-tima beverage*  SOW BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE  In Tahiti scrioti3 crimes are punished by tatoomg a mark upon the  forehead  of  thc  delinquent.  Health cannot bc looked for in the  child that is subject to worms,' because worms destroy health by creating internal disturbances that retard  development and cause serious weakness. Millcr'B Worm Powders expel  worms and arc so beneficial in thoir  action that the systems of tlie little  sufferers are restored to hcalthfulncss,  all the discomforts and dangers of  worm infection arc removed, and satisfactory growth is assured.  liiiiiRilP  MAKES THE BEST BREAD,  *Cj  BREAD  STAFF-(  THE  LIFE  ���������40r-,  WMOLOOOtvlB  OHniJMMW  eeiHMiew"1 ���������  WttY NOT HAVE  THE BEST STAFF?|  SAMPLES SENT  ������sa������  ��������� .*������*  ON.REQUEST?  ���������ms���������  When you eat let it Wthe best  oe  r> '  Unauthorized    Use    of    Name  Dominion ExpressjCompanjr.  Persons' unknown are reported to  bo soliciting subscriptions for adver-  tisinff space iu a magazine representing it a������ being Issued by or In the interest of the Dominion Ejtprcan Coni'  pany or its employees.  Upon bchitf Interviewed the 'management of thc Company otatcd they  had no knowledge of the magazine or  Its promotcra, and that any representation connecting the name of The  Dominion Exprcia Company with  ������uch an undertaking1 were unauthorsj  l*ed. ���������"  Mlnard'������ Liniment Por Diphtheria*  fHf!fH^m '" ''���������������������������---���������g***^^  W.   N.   U.   HSJ  WAGSTAFFE'S  Pure Strawberry Jam  Pure Hasplierry Jam  ��������� '��������� TPlado-Oom  (I������rMl* ttnd Qranulated Ougatr  Only  Ittollebdl wlfth car* in allvi~r (p-mm**  ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT  r  <.' j,j>  ate  SAVES $ro.oo  'Hie ���������orr latest --edition ot the Encyclopaedia Britannica mar t>o lud fa wtiat U eatl-  ed tha Handy Volume edition tt (70,00, less Hun tlio ordinary Cambridge* edition) we  have both editions.     Tho Handy V ' "       -���������--���������'-"-  contained innthe moro expensive ono.  _- x     nr Cambria** e-aitioni  Tho Handy Volumo edition Iiki every letter and erverjr syllabi*  ... expensive one. Tho paper li luit tho ������am������, bat tho mar-jlns aro  narrower .and the typo la iroaller. You can buy (lis Handy Volunio edition for ft.00  down and the balance In ���������mall monthly payment of shout 14a ~ day. Tha special eaty  terms putt tho Britannica la either edition within tlio reach of everyone. Those who  wish to pay cash may do io, You have heard about tho Britannic* olaav you wer������ ������  child and havo always wanted it���������now la your cltancot  Send wt * pott card,* you need not writs much, fust writ* ifi������ word "Britannica**  with your nam* And address t wo will understand and lull particular will be sent  McAINSH & CO., Umhc-i- 4 to!2CoUctf������ St., Toronto  Agents Por Encyclopaedia BriUnnlc*.   ���������'��������� ���������> ���������!���������*������������������������ ���������.���������   ������������������������ ��������� i ��������� > iii im wi it~-~m~-0*4~mmmmim~pmm~mmms00w~mm NM*'-^^  L~' *iffiy?g^5t*ffl^^ WwsMJgCi-S!^^  \  /I?  m.u-.'  m  \  THE     REVIEW,     cn^STON.     B.     &  /  Rebellion Bays* 1884-85  By O-GE-MAS-ES (Little Clerk).  41  I  U t^ T.        \-l-0xO~m-x .  r~z;  '^mSMrmjS.  I    K"ra*>*,!������i"i���������jK.Mft.-w���������    -���������-.  '. 1  (Copyrighted)  ^Continued)  Here ���������vyj&r war upon us with a vengeance  and  an  active   hostile  for   a  guest, or prisoner���������which? On thinking the matter over I told Mr. Indian  he must stay at the house until my  return, putting him on his honor to  take care of my wife and children, and  this thcy both faithfully promised.  Next morning early .1 started in, for  the Carrot River settlement, and as  the ridges were bare of snow, burnt  thc grass en route, this being the  usual native custom in the spring, as  later on the sloughs were burnt round.  Thus no old bottom could accumulate, and that is the great danger in a  fall fire, aa with several years' collection, both timber and soil will be  destroyed, and, naturally, very great  injury done to al! fur-bearing animals.  On reaching the crossing at Carrot  River, 1 found a number of the set-  ���������iit.^s busily engaged in fortifying a  log house. One of them dashed up  to  me,  catching  my  bridle  rein   and  .. shouting, "Indians in every bluff." My  reply was dry and short to the effect  that 1 had not seen them. A number gathered round, and certainly the  news   was   bewildering  if   half  of  it  mittee, whose decision was that after  carefully considering the questionrof  my captive Indian who ted openly declared himself a rebel, ihat I was to  use my own judgment in the matter,  but to warn him not to pass close to  this fort dr he would be liable to be  shot. Capt. Myers -theen kindly offered me the position of second in  commarrd, but this I was compelled to  decline. When he pressed me for a  reason I gave him several, the principal one being that his fort was not  defensible.  There was no water supply, no bastions, no lookouts, in fact it was a  wooden trap, and would be much  safer with my family in a bluff. Also  1 was of the opinion that the active  part of this war was not against the  settler, but against the government.  The captain then asked for supplies  and I told him I would be happy to  bring .in "all surplus ammunition and  food that I had in stock and take his  receipts, and this hc was quite pleased with.  Before 1 feave^his brief reference  to the famous fort in Carrot River,  Tom McKay, that well-known loyalist, told me the ponies were hitched  up    and    a  strong/Party  of heavily  e^^rmJ-jmrnx       W-S-5 Am*r������^'*4d.S  <������������ hm% &**I3&      ~-2t-%lfl       MlM~  Iff aval Plans  Naval Committee Would Ignore Disarmament Plea and Keep  On Building,  t\         __ _ _JSsEar*,*"\wf ���������  ������������8������A*fti������*'i**������.'f SVPIvf-A i\ i  Ste-fe^ l~m~m-m^r^V-\  Col.McPherson is' th* new Minister  of Public Works in the Manitoba  Government. He is also proprietor  and editor of the Daily Graphic, Portage ia Prairie.  Washington.���������A United States navy  "at least equal to that of anjj other  power," is advocated in thc report of  the Senate Naval" Committee today to  the Senate. The Committee, ia replying to the Borah resolution, said;  "lt is fiot practical and is not a -sound  policy tc* suspend naval, construction  for a period of six months, or at all."  It urged the completion of the great  1916 naval programme, except that  two huge naval aircraft carriers be  built in place of 12 destroyers,  Capital ships remain the principal  units of sea power, the committee  said, adding that -submarines and  aircraft were as yet only auxiliary  forces. 'r ��������� .  The committee report to which  Senator King, Democrat, Utah, plans  lo file a minority report, expressed a  desire that an agreement for limita-  U. S. Bank Failures  was true.      Indians reported in active   armed French half-breeds   were   just  rebellion on all sides.     Much murder1  and  massacre  amongst  lone  settlers  and ranchers and our side badly defeated.      Fort Carlton was burnt and  every  -settler for  many  miles  round  had    taken    refuge, in  Prince Albert.  ) ' They had formed a committee of de-  ..    -.fence   under  Capt.   Myers  and   these  gentlemen I went to see at once.   I  related the facts as to the Indian at  my house and asked as to what disposition had better be made of him.  1  also  stated if    they    wished    him  brought in as a prisoner I would undertake to do it.     The committee re- I  tired for a consultation, and I took a  look  round the premises.      A small  enclosure of building logs was being  placed in position round the house to  "   act as a stockade.     The place swarmed with women and children.    Downstairs in the house were a number of  old  guns  and   rifles,  all   loaded   and  standing loosely in the _corner. Picking up one, the stock fell off.     "Ah,"  was the r^fnark, "you should have had  the head of the nail up."      The nail  evidently acting as a key.    There was  little or no attempt at discipline, and  I could by no. means consider placing  my family here for protection.  1 was asked to come in by the com-  tions of naval armament might be  reached among the nations, but said  that until some such arrangements  were made, the United States should  continue its building programme.  / "In view of the importance of sea  power to thc United ..States/' the  committee informed the Senate, "and  the fact that without it, we would be  at the mercy of other nations, it is '  -the opinion of your committee that  this country should maintain a navy  at least equal to that of any other  power.  "The lessons of history teach us  with indisputable truth that we cannot afford to depend for the guarantee of onr rights and the rights t  of our people on the generosity  mercy or good wiii of any other  power, with racial or conflicting interests and ambitions."  starting to raid this post when news  of Middleton's army advance reached  them and the^plan was dropped. It  appeared the French knew there were  a number of Orangemen in the Carrot River company, and these were  particularly disliked by them, for in  the old H. B. governing days this society was unknown. In fact, extreme  toleration of all forma of religion was  an outstanding feature of the company's rule.  I camped at Finlasson's that night,  two fine Ontario men who, poor  chaps, afterwards perished in a vain  attempt to reach the north end of Lac  Du Brochet. on a trading expedition,  this in 1887-8. I spent the best part  of one night in trying to dissuade  them from trying, for they were very  green as to rtprthern conditions, but  without smccess. These men, like  myself would not go in thc fort, **and  later on drove their fine herd of cattle out through the hills and sold  them well to Middleton's army. If  conditions got worse they intended  going away in the hills with their cattle, but like myself they concluded  victory would rest with our side sooner or later.  (To be continued)  Many Canadians will be surprised  to rfead in connection with two of the  latest failures of banks in North Dakota that the capital of one is given  as $25,000 a.id of another $10,000. This  capitalization looks extremely small  to Canadians who are familiar with  banks capitalized at sums running into  the millions. The American policy  has been to encourage the little banks  on the theory that a multiplicity of  banking institutions would give an  elasticity to credit and make it easier  to do business.  The result has been the creation of  hundreds of locai banks, working on  local capital, as contrasted with the  Canadian system of great banking institutions, with a central organization  and branches m a score of cities and  towns in every province. In a period  of depression scores of these small  banks in the United States" close their  doors. Such a condition cannot but  add to the panicky feeling that exists  at'a time when there is restricted  business, unemployment and a conserving of capital. From this distance  it looks as if a bank with a capitalization of $10,000 w������s too- much of a  gambling proposition  Soldier-Xabor    Member    Introduces  Bill Wh*cb Specifies Maximum  Working Time.  Toronto.���������A  start has been  made  in    the    direction of_cstablishSng an  eight-hour day in the province of Ontario, la the legislature, Sergt.-Major  J. McNamara,-Soldier-Labor member  for Riverdale, introduced a bill which  will be known as the Maximum Work  Hour Day Act.      It provides for an  eight-hour day, exclusive of the meal  hour ,and for a period of rest ������>f at  least    eight    consecutive hours from  the ending of work on any one day,  to the beginning of work on thenext  day. ���������/  Systematic^ overtime will be considered illegal, except in cases of necessity, and in that case, only ten consecutive hours shall be jworked,  Ma? Redeem  Wheat Certificates  Gets Big Share of Immigrate  Bojir-3 Issues Statement Asking That  All Certificates Be Surrendered  _ At Once,  Winnipeg.���������Holders of participa***  tion certificates who did not surrender them to the Canadian Wheat  Board on or-- before December 31,  1920, will be given another chance tb  redeem them, according to a statement issued by the board, The statement reads;  "���������Notwithstanding that participation  certificates issued by the Canadian  Wheat Board provide that no claim  made under or in: respect thereof  frould be paid unless such claim was  made and certificates surrendered to  the board on or before December 31,  1920, producers and others still holding these certificates are requested to  immediately surrender same to the  board, when due consideration will be  ���������given, to the matter of making payment thereon."  ''"���������*-.  Crown Prince to Sail.  Tokio.���������Official announcement *-*  made that the Japanese Crown Prince  will sail for England on March 4.  Nothing is aaid relative to recent  rumors that he might visit thc United States during his trip to thc  Occident.  Smuts Government Returned  Result of South African Elections Indicates Defeat of Nationalists.  Capetown. ��������� Enormous majorities  were given thc South African party  in Durban and Capetown while tl^e  Labor party suffered a severe reverse  in the Rand district. In Capetown  thc South African party* gained two  scats; in Durban three; in the Rand  eight and in East London, one.  Thc victory of the   party   headed  by Prime Minister Smuts is attributed to the fact that vvorkingmen voted  against the secession issue raised by  Miss Eva P. Yateman, Krugersdorf, | General Hcrtzog and   did   not   pay  Ont.,    writes:���������"!    feel that  I  must, much    attention    to sectional issues  HEART   SO   BAD  WAS NOT SAFE TO  LEAVE HER ALONE  write and tell you of the great benefit | raised by Labor leaders.  1 have rcceivvd from Miiburn's Heart  nnd Nerve Pills.'' About four years  ago 1 was taken terribly bad with my  heart, nerves and fainting spells, and  was down in bed for about six  months., I doctored with two different doctors and seemed to get b tter,  although thc fainting spells would not  Uave me. 1 would take such terrible  falls, wherever 1 was, that It waa not  safe to leave me alone at any time.  At last I decided to tcsort to proprietary medicines and took several  different kinds, but seemed to receive  but little benefit from them.      One  General Smuts, prime minister of  the Union of South Africa, wa9 elected to the House of Assembly from  the district of Pretoria West. Returns Indicate thc South African party  under tho leadership of General Smuts  had won a victory..  becomes a menace.  Banking is a business that requires  stability and the little bank, with no  re-serve, can hardly guarantee it.  ���������Winnipeg Free Press, Jan. 31, 1921.  China Protests  Chinese   Government    Thinks   B.C.  Measure Personal Affront.  Victoria.���������Diplomatic protests havc  been made by China against British  Columbia regulations prohibiting the  employment of white girls in Chinese  establishments, as a measure offensive  to the Chinese. The. complaint of  thc Chinese Government was. laid before the British consul for foreign affairs in London, and by him transmitted to Ottawa.- The British Columbia Government was notified and the  whole question is now being considered by Premier Oliver and members of  his Cabinet. The Chinese consul  claims that Clause F Municipal Act,  prohibiting thc employment of white  girls by Chinese is ultra vires oi thc  province.  Half of Immigrants From Britain to  Canada Secured by Ontario.  Ottawa.���������Officials of thc Department of Immigration and Coloniza-  In good times' tion fail to confirm the statement at-  it might be all right; in hard times itj tributed to ex-Controller H. J. Hal-  ford, who represented the Trades arid  Labor Conference of Canada at the  international conference in London, to  the effect that seventy per cent, of the  people accepted in England for  emigration to Canada Had selected  Ontario as their destination. Thc  official figures for the ycars from 1911  to thc close of the last^-fiscal year,  show that an average of forty-six per  cent, of the total English emigration  is destined to Ontario.   ,  The lowest average in any year of  the period was forty-three per cent.,  which has been thc prevailing average for thc last two years, and the  highest was forty-nine per cent In  thc fiscal year 1914-15.,   May Amend ElecJois Act  Propose   Amendments   fox   Electfoa  Laws m Dominion House.  Ottawa.���������It is expected that the  coming session will see some amendments to the Dominion Elections Act.  In a few places, it has bcen found  in the working of the act, in the recent by-election, that slight changes  are necessary to make it more easily  workable, and therefore it is planned  to place the necessary changes before  the House for approval.  Hindenburg Still Talks. ,  Bremen.���������Field-Marshal Von Hindenburg,  interviewed here,  declared  -- 1 , r    ���������--,-     - . thc French were "hankering" for thc  cided to try them, and before   I   had I taken very seriously.      He said thc  taken more than two boxes I could  fee they were helping me, 1 have  taken abont ten boxes, and am almost  cured of those terrible spells. I sincerely feel that your medicine has  proved a bh-ssing to me, and I advise  anyone troubled with their heart to  try them, as 1 am -confident they will  find relief."  Miiburn's Heart and Nerve Pub  ���������re 50c a box at all dealers or mail*  4. direct on receipt ol pdee by The  military leaders of France were un  able to rid thenisclvcs of their fear  of Germ-any.  Gets Fifteen Years.  Belfast.���������-Timothy Crowcll, of Bal-  lylander-8, County Limerick, h'as been  sentenced to fifteen years penal servitude for taking part in an attack upon  thc police. Search of his home Is  said to havc resulted in thc discovery  of three revolvers and, 78 rounds of  ammunition.  ������.m.  i   iii fi' mmm  Strike Coal at The Pan.  The    Pas/���������Outcropping    In    two  places close to the shore of the Carrot Rfver, west ��������� of thl������ place, lignite  coal has been discovered by Indians  ���������f. K^nc;e.rt.^������������TVoy,0i,^������ii?s.prove* ���������������,o *c - {m  Ont.  portant strike.  Bolsheviks Want War  Four  Hundred  Thousand Effectives  On Various Fighting Fronts of  Russia.  Constantinople.���������Half the Bolshevik forces are grouping for military  operations, according to latest information received here, with forty divisions of the Soviet anpy on the Polish frontier a^nd twelve divisions on  thc Rumanian1 frontier,  Thosc on the Polish front are assembling in thc regions of Smotcnsk,  Vitebsk and Orsha, the report says.  Thc total Bolshevik forces are estimated to tiumbcr 600,000 effectives, of  .which 400,000 are on the various  fronts of Russia.  r Women Soldiers Shot By Soviet.  Balaklava, Crimea.���������Whulamc Rado,  chief of a band in the women's military organization in the Crimea,  known as thc "Green Army," has bcen  shot together with ten other members of the band.  They were accused by the Bolsheviki of cjrganbing so-called Soviets, as a pretext for organizing  plundering''expeditious and indulging In drunken orgies,  W,   N.   U.   1355  k Man is just as Young  and Strong as   his  Blood  No man can fight the battles of  life and hold his own if his blood  ta not pure, for rich, red blood  Is what strength Is based upon.  When yon see & strong, vigorous  man, who never knows- when he  ta licked, yon may wager that  3nch a man has coursing through  bis veins rich, red blood* Many  people havo thin^pale blood.  They aro weak, tare easily, become discouraged quickly, and  sometimes feel like giving up th������  struggle. Such folks need, Dr,  Pierce's Golden Medical Discov*  ory, which is sold by druggist**  in liquid or tablet form.  Send 10 cents to Doctor Pierce's  Invalids' Hotel in Buffalo, N. Y.f  for a trial package of tho tablets.  Kiaoaiu Falls,Out.���������M havo used  Dr. Pierce'������ Golden Medioal Diacovcry  ������t tiraee for the pnot throe years with  wonderful result*, and X take groat  pleasows to anying * word to booet the  cause of ��������� FrcexJoca from Ulnetes.' 1  am^ft preeeman by occupation, wbieb  la quite fatlKuSng ������nd Injurloui to th������  ttymrn* bnt nine* tubing th������ ��������� Dlaeov-  ery������ busin***!** baa no���������dmwbaoli for  me. Thm> eheert fo* ttoewj Pleree'e  medicine 1 *>^Wn~tu~% H. DKMrfilty  J*U aa JBridJte Slrttl. $i&^wfzftiiL2,~  THE  CKESTON  REVIEW  Local and Personal  Fob Sale���������Several cows and heifers/suitable as milkers, C. Blair.  Erickson.  Fob Sale���������Extra good 5-year old  mare, weighs under 1200 lbs. C. Blair,  Erickson.  Incubator For Sale���������Chatham,  150-egg incubator, in good shape, $15.  F. K. Smith. Creston.  Eggs For Hatching���������Rose Comb  White Wyandotte eggs, 15 for $1.50���������  F. W. Ash, Creston.  Incubator, For Sale���������Chatham,  120-egg capacity, in first-class shape,  $15,   W. H. Kemp, Erickson.  Miss Hazel Andrew left on Thursday  for Calgary, Alta., where she is visiting friends for a couple of weeks.  A representative of the well-known  Hobberlin tailoring firm will be at  S. A. Speers' store on Tuesday, March  8th. with a full line of samples and  prepared to take orders for made-to  measure suits or overcoats.  AND  SATURDAY, MARCH 5tli  Starring TSURU AOKI  A story of Romantic Hawaii  No show Wednesday, March 9  Horses For Sale���������Ranch horses,  also some well-matched teams. 3000 to  3400 lbs. each. Canyon City Lumber  Co., Ltd.. Creston.  Rev. J. S. Mahood will be here for.  morning service only in Christ Church  on Sunday, which will close with a celebration of Holy Communion.  Blach Minorca Cocekrels���������Fine  thoroughbreds from Wallach's birds,  that won over 50 prizes last season.  Price, $5 each. P. G. Ebbutt, Creston.  Father Bessette, who succeeds Father Desmarias as priest in charge of  Holy Cross Church, Creston, will be  here for the usual services oh Sunday:  Mrs. Broadhead of Beazer, Alta.. arrived on Thursday on a visit to her  daughter, Mrs. C. Olsen, who has not  been enjoying quite the best of health  lately.  Christ:Church Ladies' Guild tea at  the home of Mrs. Hayes on Wednesday afternoon was quite a financial  success, the intake being in the neighborhood of $16.  Creston merchants have again signed up the usual agreement and the  Wednesday half-holiday will be inaugurated on April 6th, and continue  until Novembpr.  Baby Chicks���������From our own breed  of S.C, White Leghorns*- Book your  oi-der now for Apiil ami May delivery.  $30 per hundred. W. J. McKim &  Son, Nelson, B.C.  M, Olsen. until recently baggage  master at the C.P.R. depot, left on  Monday for a couple of weeks holidays  with friends at Cardston and Southern Alberta points.  Due to the Maude Henderson stock  company playing . at the Grand the  first three nightsof next week, there  will be no showing of pictures on  Wednesday,. Mareh 9th.  Creston has had to get its ~\<-.e  supply at Moyie this year, five cars of  it being taken inU^stoek this week by  P. Burns & Co., iJeattie-Oatway, and  H. S. McCreath. The f rozen fluid costs  $1.75 per ton f.o.b. Moyie.  LADIES!  Me are installing a complete line of Butterick's  Patterns complete in all sizes so you will not have tp  wait for a pattern when required.  This is a venture which costs its several' hundred  dollars, hut it is a Hne not presented ''in'tfye Valley,  and badly needed, amd it is entirely in your .hands as  to whether we continue it or return the goods.  Should the demand not warrant us  we will certainly return the line in full.  keeping same  There will be 1414 Patterns- prices stamped on  each j ranging from 20c. to SOc. each.  Fashion sheets will be mailed you each month free  and we will have in stock Butterick Quarterlies and  Embroidery Books.  These goods will be in stock in 10 days, direct from  Toronto, and we ask your co-operation in keeping this  line to the front.    Call and see goods at any rate.  Beattie-Oatway, Ltd.  With lower wholesale prices being submitter] every few  weeks the only safe purchasing policy these days is  to buy light awl buy often. We adopted this principle some months ago, and a sample of the savings  it has meant to our customers i.s well illustrated in  this week's offering of  Khaki Combinations at $4.25  P'ven your latest mail order hf>use catalogue shows them  at a higher price than this, while last year's price was  $5.75,    Our other money-saving offerings this week  include BLUE STRIPED  OVERALLS  at $2.75.  Special attention is  also called to the quality and  price of our line of  Khaki Pants Blue Denim Pants Black Denim  Pants        Striped Cottonade Pants  A full i-angp of BOYS  BLUE STRIPED OVERALLS  MAWSON   BROTHERS  Better Service General Merchants Lower Prices  The public school went back on to  the old time schedule on Tuesday  morning, opening at 9 and   closing at  Empire Wall Papers���������W. ������.  Birney, agent for Brickson, Canyon  and Lister districts.. Information a-nd  estimates wiu-coit you nothing. Drop  a card to ine at Erickson.  The ladies bH Holy Cross Church  again remind of the St, Patrick's Day  celebration, Thursday, March 17th, a_t  the Auditorium,commencing &30 p.m.  Whist and a musical programme.  Watch for posters.  Rev. J. A. James commenced hold  ing Presbyterian* Church   servi<:e   at  Kitchener last gunday. and   will take  service'at that   point   each   alternate  Sunday afternoon. He had a fine turn  out at the initial service.  Creston .Valley; Liberal Association  meets in March' session on Monday  night. A feature will be the report of  the secretary, who got back last week  from ah association business visit to  several of the cabinet ministers'at Victoria.* .-"'.*'/  At the annual .meeting of the Associated Boards of Trade of Eastern B,C,  at Penticton last week; Guy Constable  was favored with re election to the advisory board, and-C O. Rodgers was  made a member of the finance com  nuttee. '  Mrs. Midfor-d^sr., left on Tuesday  for Calgary, Alta., where she will remain some time with her daughter in  that city. Tom Midford left the same  day for Wentache'e, Wash., where he  will make his home for the next few  months.  Eggs took an unexpected drop from  75 to 50 cents" a dozen the latter partof  the month, all the ten-cent hens,in the  -Vaiiey having coftmsenced egg .laying  operations almost simultaneously.  Poultry experts say this is a sure sign  that spring has come to stay.  The March meeting of the Women's  Institute is called for Friday afternoon  next, and after routine business has  been disposed of the ladies "Will be  treated to a lecture oil gardening and  flower culturt by C. B. Twigg, the  resident provincial horticulturist.'  Eleven new names were added to the  membership roll of Creston Presbyterian church by presentation of certificates at the" communion service on  Sunday morning. '. For the first time  in the "history of the local church the  efdei-s assisted with the. dispensation  of the sacrament.    ,-., . "'-.  Mr. Close, whom Valley residents of  fifteen years ago will recall as a tie  contractor in the West Erickson section, was .a visitor.here a.couple.of days  last week���������-the first, time he has been  at Creston since leaving in 1905. He is  now operating an irrigated farm in the  Vauxhall, Alta., section. . -;-=> ...  ������������������ R. L. T.r-Qat^i-i^jvV%ttjg$&/St-^le������  the. Kooten-iv, lnm|n (������ageiiW was here  the Ktter.jmrt?of cbee weelt oil his first  1921 oMciai.visit.*-;. He.states that the  Indians ."have brought -their cattje  through in good shape considering last  year's cut of hsy.^v/as hardly sore  than 50 per cent...of other years..  The King's Daughters' Club met at  the manse on Tuesday eyening. and  were entertaiaed at an instructive  and entertaining -, talk by Mrs. Jas.  Johnston on her two years's work as  nurse in a leper.colony in South Africa. The club decided to have asocial  evening on the night of April 1st.  S. A. Speers. D.p G.M. for Masonic  District No. 8, is,away on an official  visit to the Masonic Lodges at Kini-  berly. Fort Steele., and Windermere  this week. The trip will, complete his  round of inspection* he having visited  Fernie and Cranbrook in November.  He is accoinpanied'-by E. Mallandaine.  Beattie-Oatwav. ,vLtd., have an im  portant announcement foi* the ladies  in this week's issue relative to the  stocking of Bntteri-ck's patterns. Emphasis is laid on the fact that if the demand for these is sufficient they will  be carried in stock permanently; other  wise the pattern'businesawill be abandoned.  ������������������������  Mrs. J. A. Lidgate was this week's  whist, hostess, being at home to  three tables of card players on Wednesday. Mrs. Watcher and Mrs. Boyd  equalled each other' at high snoring,  and in the cut prisse went.to the latter.  Refreshments werfl served after card  playing and a very pleasant afternoon  was passed by all the guests.  Thop. Floyd arrlived from Calgary  on Tuesday to takte charge of the median cal department of the Bevan garage. He has been Jn -the auto repair  Hne for the past teft -years, and since  1MR was foreman ;'of the big Webber  garage at Calgarv., and Is competent  to give Hiitif notion In the repair ov  overhaul of any mijike of our.  All Sunday work has been -ordered  cut ont. at the CP.il. station, and the  travelling public must check .its own,  baggage and purchase tickets on the  train. All the a-gent doe* lato open  the waiting room: for the nocnm.nw  dwtinn of the outgoing truffle. A* further economy Is affectfd at some  points by lengthening the area cover  od by flection crows.  Dave Scott. wHo loft have about  three yearn ago to.tackle prairie farm*  ing near Champion. Alta., was a week  ond vlflitor with old friends at Creston, leaving for bijnin on Monday. In  the trio of yearn he has been on the  nr-alrle two of them were ho dry he got  little or no crop, While last year a hail  Kt.orrn pretty well flnlahed what prom-  Imo-1 to be hotter than un average yield  of grain,  IIoHtiilality on unite a large scale  wiih (HHponHcd nt p-lie Parish Hall on  TmiMday night wlion Mru, Brousson,  m\,   who   has been   here   on a   visit  from the Old Country for a few months with her son, high school princip  al Brousson, entertained a party of  about forty friends at, whist. Those  carrying off the prizes were Miss Mar-  geory Hamilton and Mrs. Henderson  and Messrs. Percy Wat-son and J. W,  Hamilton. The .'low*-scores were accounted for by Mrs. Speers and Dr.  Henderson. After a sumptuous lunch  an hour's dancing, rounded out an  evening that was much enjoyed  throughout by all the guests.  Last week it was Mr. and Mrs. Jas.  Cook who had the unexpected privilege-of entertaining the contingent  who are this season getting a _ whole  lot of entertainment by dropping in  unexpectedly on friends for a night at  cards, music, etc. The .invasion .-was  on Thursday night wheh a company  of about thirty turned up for a session  at whist, with Mrs. Stocks and John  Andrew, sr., doing the high-scoring,  and Mrs. McAlpine and John Andrew,  jr., making the poorest showings.  Lunch came right after cards and  then dancing until about 1. a.m. The  Cook home is admirably adapted for  at homes of this sort and with experts  in charge of the affair it goes without  saying that the best of good times was  in evidence.  If perchance Mr. and Mrs. Percy  Truscott had arranged to let their first  wedding anniversary go by default on  Monday night their neighbors and  friends saw to it that the auspicious  occasion did hot ejo by withoutfittihg  celebration. A compahy of thirty  happened al.ongjunannounced and commandeered the house for an evening at  whist and other-amusements At cards  the honors went to Mrs. Craigie and  Mr. Maxwell, while the poor showings  of the evening . were made by Mrs.  Cotterill and J." M. Craigie. Supper  followed*' and then came the Usual'  windr-up dance, an agreeable feature  to which was an exhibition of step  dancing by Jas. Maxwell to violin  music by Mr. -Willsoh. ' As the Scotch  were in the minority the party quite  readily agreed that this Irish style of  dancing was fully as entertaining as  the more elaborate highland style of  executing similar manoeuvres.  ei school, and the percentage of  each^  pupil for the-month of February:  Fourth Reader���������Edith Geroux 98.25,  Thode Gregory 82; Fritz Molander 77.;.  Senior-sThird -rGl������ss-^-AHce  -Molander ���������  89.61, Sadie. Grant 8Q.-7, Clara Little 79  -Junior Third���������-Harris   Gregory .87.75.  Virgii   Grant  61.     Second  Reader���������  Kate Grounds 95.34, Laura Andeen 94.-  34, Ellen Andeen 93,   Mildred Andeen  91.67,.Clara Hunt 90.34,   Marion Little  90.07.    First Reader���������Margaret Little,  Beatrice Molander, George Grant, Lor-,  etta Grant.    Phonic Reader���������Margaret Cardiff.     Beginners'   Reader���������Roy .  Grounds.     Receiving Class���������William  Gautier.     Pupils shw.king   perfect attendance for the mont*i:     Edith Ger-  or.x, Alice Molander, OlaVa Little Kate  Grounds, Mildred Andeen,j^lara Hunt,{  Marion Little,   Ellen   Andeeri.   Laura  Andeen, Beatrice Molander, Margaret-  Little. Irene B. Schmidt.. Teacher.  Orainege, Dyking and Development Act  B.C.S. 1918, Cnap. 24  ArrowCreek Irrigation District  Notice is hereby given that the Commissioners of the Arrow Creek Irrigation ;- District intend to present a petition, signed by a majority in value of the owners of the lands proposed to be included therein, to the Lieutenant-  Governor in Council of the Province* of British'  Columbia in accordance with Section . 9 of the  Drainage Dyking and Development Act 1918.  The said petition showeth:  1. That the petitioners constitute a majority  in value of tbe owners of the following des-  ��������� w *owp J-  The   following,    report   shows*" the  standing of the pupils of the Kitchen-  All and singular those parcel's or tracts of  land lying situate and being in the Districts of  Erickson, Creston and Alice Siding and more  particularly shown on a certain blue print prepared by the District Engineer of the. Department of Lands and numbered 86 and entituied  "Plan to accompany report on Arrow . Creek  Irrigation Scheme.  2. That the petitioners are desiriousof hav-'  ing the said lands developed and improved by  the execution, maintenance and operation of  works for. the purpose of:  (a) The diversion and storage and delivery of water to the lands for irrigation purposes, steam purpose and waterworks purpose.  <b) The diversion, storage and use of water  _ for the generation of electaical energy.  (c) The supply of electrical energy to the  inhabitants cf thc proposed .district.  3. That -Oie petitioners desire to appoint Commissioners for. the carrying out of the said  works the following:  James Compton, James Adlard, W. G. Little-,  John.  4. That the petitioners, desire to name tbe.  said District.  **Th6 Arrow Cceek Irrigation   District"  rZ:,. JAS. ADLARD  W. G. LITTLEJOHN  JAS. COMPTON  l\-.''>  i nis is your opportunity to  enect   a uig  saving.     Buy now  and  save  money  on your house furnishings.  MATTRESSES  Felt top and bottom, 4 ft. 6 in., reg. $13.00, at.. $9.25  Felt top and bottom, 4 ft., reg. $12.00, at     S.75  Felt Stretcher, 2 ft. 6 in., reg. $8.00, at  .    6.25  BEDSTEADS  Bedsteads, 4 ft., reg! $13.50, at.......     9.75  4 ft. 6 in., reg. $18.00   14.50  Bed Springs, reg. $13.50, at ...1:       9.75  Remember we cannot advertise  a fraction of our goods.  We want you to come and see what w'e have to offer.  Wash Stands, Dressers, Buffets, .Dining Room Tables  Chairs, Bed Lounges, Children's Cots, *&c.  Such offerings of unusual values should tempt you to  make an immediate purchase.    Qualities are exceptionally good and the styles are attractive."r"  ���������   A ���������   ^ Ir lli ti IC ^  GENEKAL  MERiOHANT.  00XitmS4mt4tm4mt4~m44tm4ttm~mmmm  ^  IT IS"VVISE:���������  to have your car thoroughly overhauled and  every detail looked over at least once a-year,  especially during the winter mqpths, when the  time in which the car is laid up docs not inconvenience one. We offer only the best in  workmanship and supplies.  AUTHORIZED FORD SERVICE STATION.  CRESTON SERVICE GARAGE  LIDGATE BROS.  PWOA/������ ai  wrv-"  l-Mfcy-ae-We^-m-^^  WHim#.t^-Mim*t*-m.  in *44 .r^Ai^^ttr/mt^i ���������*  eL"*"������    ; w*UM'*������*M*-*.*W.eMi,^���������


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