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 r*^:  9  IZ^oa  ..^is-s**^**.!^^  ibn&xy  &P2 22  Lfl.r-  ���������-��������� y  .tV* V- '���������   'l.'-i.-iu.' V'  f'Zt*  P /  rj    '  7~ %&l~r'"L:~rZ>j-  THE    CRES  ., :k|P-' ^R*4- ������������������'��������� ^f  Vol. XIV.  CRESTON, B.C., ^EtIDA������,   MARCH 31, 1922  fH-v.  o  Mr. Newbury -of tbf> -ranch firm nf  Newbur y& McCreight, left a few days  ago for Lngdon, AEta.. -where he expects to spend the next few months*  Most every resident on this side of  -* the* riyer has been laid up within tbe  , past two weeks, either with colds or a  mi id sort of flu.  Report has it (that J Emmy Lockbead  of Oreston will succeed F. K. Hurry  in charge of the ferry.- Mr.. Lockhead  is both a married! man and a returned  soldier, and comes well  recommended  all i'Crusid iO������- i~h& **Q"-      =  -~   ���������.   -j  Miss Xeeona Pendry ivns a week end  visitor ai Creston, attend! ne the Latter Day Saints ab home in that town  on Friday night.  Mi: Bliss of Oreston was here with  his team a couple of days last week,  having the contract to move the old  house from Lob I00& .to 'Kihe C O.  French ranch, where ifc Is being fitted  up for occupancy.  Some good old summertime weather  is very badly needed to take the See  off the flats so that cattle can be pas  tnred advantageously. The 1*821 *qut  of fiats bay is about eahnustetl with  most ranchers. '"..*������������������  Beam and Brubracker, the Oreston  trappers, who have been operating in  the Cffisrn Creek area the past month.  _so far have been successfuf ins taking  - tjavo cougar* half ^& do-^& j?k$nk. and  five mink; - Three o^Y the fatter were  exceptionally ������oe pelts;; .nj^uaili-in^^t^  . least30inchef* " .a y'-z' -. -* "'-.'"  _ ^There is stiliLa -heay^ c^i ^ice pii  tfee"EcoteGST'"B:ivS5v ���������'~Z&������g&������'im ^ safr  previous occasion within ?������������e;**ik*eBio3!y 1  off -ctfatlmers fs it j^call^thai^he*r|var-  was:i������heavHy ffozea; ftoWthS ei^: of  ;-M*sl- ^"-M^rtm   Is  a- vialU:?  with  Mi^ Ruth KBingensmith Is a Cran  i^i^k ^sjtor "at -present, with*- the lifted  **# *jnjr������.'AB^SGL.'2miMa.SzSZ.0l!ar     ������������_���������������*    - _~>������ ���������'-v.-   .   ii-vi.  March. -  H. Lejjjneboln, of Nelson, who wss  on the J. B. WibiawetsSE hereabout  three years ago, returned to "Wynndel  last-week, and- 6s ouc*?> mere in, charge  of the sawmill engine.-  The Hutted Fawners held a meeting  in the small schoolhouso on Thursday,  Tbe chief business was a discussion sis  to whether this locjd Would' support  the Farmer-Labor .Progressive *. party^  but as the meeting was mot a very rep-j  resentatave one the* matter was not  finally decided upon. After the rusting there was about two hours dancing, and the ladiesservedl.refreshmentB.  Aft their last meeting th<6' ,United  Farmers elected a new entertainment  committee, aa follows: Mrs. M. Hagen, Monrad Wigen and Carl: Carlson.  Owing to the illness of Miss Topliss,  principal of Wynndel school, D.J.  Dewar Is temporarily in charge of the  local seat of learning.  H, Rosindale* who has been at Vernon on busineee   for   the  Co-Operative  Creston, March 21, 1922.  We, the undersigned, do  hereby agree to close bur  stores at 1 p,m., Town Timo,  on each and every Wednesday  COMMENCING APRIL 5th  aud CONTINUING UNTIL  NOVEMBER. 1st, 1.922.  Signed :  S.-A. Speers,  A. D. I^anuolp  P. Burns Co., Ltd.  Mawson Brothers.  Creston Mercantile Cov Ltd.  Fruit Growers   Association,, returned I  .home on Strtiday morning.  W, B; Crawford of Creston was s~  business visitor here on Tuesday an the  interest of his business here.  v C O-^slvis who is workiES*" ������~~ Yahk  paid a Week-end visit to bis home here,  returning oh Sunday.  The United"Farmers are having a  dance in the Clubhouse on Saturday  evening, April 1st. at 6 o'clock. Good  fnfcisic. good floor, -and everybody welcome. Gents 50 cents; ladies bring  supper.  MonradYWigen left on Tuesday fcor  1Tahk to purchase a supply of lumber  for his box fsmttsvy fo������:������������������?**ess. returning  on Wednesday.  The Athletic Olnb enBcert sp due to  come off sometime about April 22nd.  Keep your eyes open, for the date, as  tbis is too good a thing to miss. Absolutely the finest programme ever arranged in this part of the country.  Miss Alice Embree was a visitor  here a few days last week, the guest of  Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Penson, returning? on Saturday.  A bunch of about eight deer have  heen very troublesome this year in the  neighborhood of the' Piggot ranch.  Police officer McLaren of Greston was  down last week and gave Mr. Piggot  permission to shoot them as ���������- they are  doing altogether too much damage to  the strawberries.  >������ei (hu  ���������^r*~    .4 I "^?���������  -rv Vrttrex,  , ittErisft of ^bom b^yeijeetrl  laicHjg wi% illnesB this wonti*!  Tuesday night* was-tbe last ef *he  weekly sessions of the^Smtrd Farmers, and from now until fall meetings  will be held hot. once " a month���������the  second Tuesdays,   "        ^  Frank Putnam was a^-business visitor at Nelson a couple of days the foi-e  part of tbe week".>'  A couple of cars of hay which came  in on Tuesday and Wednesday were  w������-lcotne arrivals, as there was a decided shortage in thiB class of. feed.  Most of it whs alfalfa, which sold at  $327.50 it ton.  A company of iAo������t two dozen  young people from -tbis section and  town ; were hoE-pjtably entertained at  the hooree of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Woodet  oh Thursday night last, dancing being  the chief form of amusement. A sub  stanza 1 supper was served abont midnight, and the evening throughout  was thoroughly enjoyed by ath-  Milt tteam, who Is operating his  trap.line in the Corn Creek section, re  ports quite a Hne catch of mink and  skunk tbe past couple of months.  Three of the mink taken measured over SO i nehes ih length. He also shot a  couple more coipgar. bringing the seas-  on'ft- kill of these up to seven so far.  Quite a commodious new house is  tinder construction on the Herb Gob-*,  bett ranch, next the J. M. Oaigie  place.  Maximum,production from the 40  White Leghorn pullets on the Alf.*.  Palmer ranch is required to take care  of the orders coming in ( for setting  eggs. Foul try men as far east as Loth-  bridge, Altn.������ are hending for them*  C.P.R, roadinaster Walker of Cran-  lit-ook met witli quite! a painful accident on TncBclny morning, while making a trip over the rails" between here  and Canyon, on his moter speeder.  While going around a curve with a  couple of the Kitchener section men  aboard he was suddenly thrown clear  oW tlio car sustaining a tiiiHty scalp  woiijid aci. welj as injury to his shoulder. Ho wiib brought back to BricUson  and received lirst aid, and was la ken  or. the noon train to Ids home In tho  divisional city.  Pending the investigation of O.IJ G.  affairs growers at Penticton have had  their flv*''--y<-,,������r' ���������'on^rii-flln rr-tssracd to  them. Out of 100 patrons of Lhe Penticton Union 05 bad signed t!ie-5 year  document.  am   .     jj  M9~~iZ~~  t-aoncert  hand  aWd  artidta    are   busy  finishing    totmhes  the assisting  putting; the  on the pro-  iittecS at the  Oreston EHetrfdi^raasBand pop-  ularconcertin trhe Grand Theatre,  Friday evening, Aprir 7th.  Speciarcare hifts been taken in  the selection otiihe various numbers, and fch^mtne' careful attention has been given practices,  thos ass������r1ag.u.������he best possible  presentation of "each and every  menu will be  ;and eaabraces  novelty numbers as well as new  marches and; overtures by tlie  band, along TsfSth vocaS and cornet solos,andj|olcs with band ac-  companiment^'aiid a real novelty musk-aVnumber, as well as a  song and dance and at least one  humerotis sketch* The proceeds  wil! be used fipr the purchase of  band instruments and new music,.  and for suoh a" good cause and at  the popular- 50-*eent admission  there* should bo a capacity crowd  out for tbe concert.  Dr. Henderson of Creston is making  | almost daily trips here looking after  the sick of Sirdar. Mr. and Mrs.  Dennes who have bees laid up a couple  of weeks are now able to be but and  around again. Mr. and Mrs. Rogers  are also better* Mr. Rogers how being  back in charge of the store.  The Wilson qtiat^rtr sbipped a couple  of large pieces of* granite to Oreston  this week, the naul being "made by  wagon.  ���������. ������*   acieuww!*  ���������largely  win na������-a������it  MSaHima*  swimmers���������and equally  either boats or canoes.  proficient in  Bob  adept at apple  tree  Dobie is getting  tq be quite an  pruning,   having  Jast uQi&hed operations on tiie Mannerino and Goodman Orchards.  Harry Hughes was a business visitor at Oreston. on Tuesday.  Mr., and Mrs*. Wilson-were entertained by a surprise party at the VP-ilson  home on Saturday, the evening being  most enjbyably sp>ent with cards and  vocal and instrumental musicY  - Arthur North is  busy at prunningj  operations on- his -orchard and bush  fruits, and getting the land: leady for  the 1922 crop. .Messrs. Fascuzst*; and  Mannerino are also busy in the same  line;' ��������� :: ������������������ py-Zzr^P   '  ��������� Mr. Parker hud one of his fingers injured the other day while afc .work in  the 'granite - quarry. Z Z- WO, lake- ��������� ifc the  da.nVa������������lv:'3si ;nbt^ri0us3''asl';he; ayershse  feels certain he could iandle the bones  in a red herring: if "Opportunity presented;* Y*'-'  Section foreman Tolerico, who bas  en critically 531 with pneumonia the  past few days, is on the mend, and is  now quite nut of danger.  M. McLeod, tlie Cranbrook optician,  will pay Sirdar .a professional visit on  Wednesday and Thursday next.  'Westbound, feeTgbt .tragic- throughi   ..   .  . ; .     .       ���������    p  Sirdar Jans   *tto#H> -constitutes -the #������^ ^^I^ in W  busiestM������rc^^3u\leastfouryears y.���������J^^|I^^^.^^t?^^F.:.^,^%,  Mr. and Mrs. fiulbert, who have  been visiting Mrs. HulbertV parents,  Mr. and Mrs, Fransen, for several  weeks, left for their home in Moose-  jaw, Sask., on Wednesday.  Mrs. Pordham and little daughter,  of Seattle, arrived 3ss Kitehener on  Saturday, and will yisit  here a few  w;eek8. P..-    . ,-������������������'-'������������������.-..  Mr. and Mrs. Rohiilard of Canyon  City were here between trains on Sunday. .���������'.*-������������������:. -:  C. Erickson was here a few days last  ea-v���������t .wi****.. wmGmt0.. <***?^    mm***     obcMj^A)  Esther Erickson.  ttma   xvjtAao  :_. Mr. and Mrs.  Clancy, who have resided here for some time, left on Sat-  Mr. Crowe was a business visitor in  Nelson last week*  Mr. and Mrs. Owen and three children, who arriyed last: spring, left on  Wednesday for Alberts, where they  expect to make their home.  Rev. J. A. James of Creston was  unable to come to Kitchener two  weeks ago, on account of illness, wil 1  be here for service in the schoolhouse  on Sunday, April 2nd.  W^^0^^K^^^^^m^  afr**-th������������ogh *'last ^weefc���������the 'Mbera!  sweep of Nelson furnishing* the excuse  -fOr-SSie^nal arejoicing.  . ^ Miss Aileen Spence .of Boswell was i  a Sirdar visit Oi this week, the gttest of  Mrs. "Whitesides.  le^t ;aH fcurouRH Apri������,  ���������"^ ^It88** -^i*wplet^^iilie---e^^ of aEjout  The sewing circle  meets this Saturday afternooh at thoschoolkouse with  Mrs. Loasby as tee. hostess. The circle  sessions are being welt attended and  much work done, while the men are  liberal tea patrons.  Rey. H. Varley is due here this  Wednesday for a mid-week Church of  of England service, and in future will  give Sirdar  a Sunday morning and^a  Wednesday night service each month.  Mrs. North, Mrs. Touhey, Mrs.  Loasby and Mrs. Cameron have been  Creston visitors during the week.  Mrs. H; Taylor, of Creston, who has  been nursing the Rogers family during  their spell.of illness, returned home on  Sunday. .        .*- .  .. Misses Ev/i Webster, and Ruth  Swanson of Orestftn were week end  visitors with Mrs, Sid McCabe, and  are counting the weeks between now.  and the time they can come back and  enjoy the bathing, both being expert  Murdoch McLeod  Optometrist and Eye Sight  Specialist  '  wilt be In  CRESTONp abCommeroial Hotel,  TUESDAY, APRIL4th. from  4 p.m. to 3 p.m. WBBKB8-  BAY, APRII^ 6th.  Sll-DARt ab Simar Hotel, Wi������D-|  NESDAY, APRIL 5th, from  5 p.tn. to 4 p m. THUBSDAY,  APRIL Cth.  Don't fail to consult  him  your eyes need attention.  if  Mont people do not kstow when eyesight trouble ronlly bnglnn, Usually  it starts so gradually that for a long  while it okay not even be noticeable.  Imperfect vision, if not rectified,  grow* worse wlbh the yearn. The  aurcfit way of piesorving your oyo-  Blght at -maximum ofllciency throughout life in to have your eyes examined  by an optical specialist onco a year.  Tho flelenits-fio nwenr^cy atjdjsa-cclalnn  of hla eye examination ���������with experience in handling thousand' of -cases In  u painstaking umnner sliould commend his services to you.  the largest green house in this section,'  and will have & large supply pf toariato  plan'Ls for local sale this spring.  Z36-V.H*arf'le^t..***a *ff������w:: davrs';ago"- .for  Waldeck, Sask. * where he will likely |  remain until full.       '���������>-??:-?��������� ./?  Tom Hickey was home" for a few  days last week, making the last trip  ������verbis territory buying fur. Be will  be back to stay within a month, and  ���������will tSien sta.r-t ������voi-k ohv^he rection of  bis permanent home on.-.the* ,40 acres  he secured from the Land Settlement  Board early last fall.  Mr. and Mrs. Blair/ who have spent  the winter on the Reclahiattoh Farm,  are expected to return to Canyon the  forepart of April.  Huygens & VanAckeran are going  into beekeeping on quite a large scale,  having purchased about a dozen hives  of the honeymakers from the Webb  apiary at Lister last week.  A full attendance of members of the  United Farmers is hoped for at the  April meeting on Saturday flight ab  which there will be a teport from the  special committee selected to deal with  bhe community hull and central packing shed.  A small sized hay famine in the  Canyon district was relieved nn Tuesday when the Union unloaded a car of  this feed at Erickson.  Owing lo tho loug'drawn out winter  Matt. Clayton has been given a six  weeks' extension of time in which to  complete clearing the right of way of  thc new road into the Cleave ranch.  The contract for stumping tt will ho  let shortly.        .  To-nigh fa entertainment attraction  Is the threo-actdrama, "'Too Much nf  a Good Tiling/' which the Literary Society is putting on at the sohorilhouae,  thn overture by Mrs. Pochi-m to be  played at3 prompt. In between the  acta there will be solo?, choruses,  quartettes and recitations, and the  evening will conclude with a supper  and dance. Tho admission ts 36 cents  to adults. 16 cents to children, and  ladles bringing cakes arc admitted  free.  Oranbrook's tax rate  thia year will  bc -t($ mills.   A year agoe the rule was  45 mills.  Miss Winnifred Webb of the nursing staff of the Kootenay Lake General hospital. Nelson, is visiting Mr. and  Mrs. Alf red Rr Webb.  The first of the open meetings held  by the United Farmers took place on  Friday evening 1-aatinthe schoolhouse,  with President. i^red: "-lowers in the  a^ef^a^^of the evening was  } Erickson^ Wh-ofJa^  LT$t^i:Z:33&$^^  for^roos^Lwo hburs/  ���������lag;*'V^an'':/F&2fe:;:*0^^^"* ������������������ A.*';:Sarg*S;.:  number of questions  wcere asked   tho  speaker at the   close <of  bis  address,  lie was quite optimistic as to the future of this district, and a hearty vote  Of thanks was tendered  him   for his  Visit and timely lecture.  Alfred R. Webb, who spent last  week at Okanagan points, returned  home on Saturday.  Incubator owners are busy in this  district. Tbe first day-old chicks arriving on the scene almost) two weeks  ago.  Fon Sauec���������Fresh young cow, $7p������  C. Blair. Reclamation Farm, Oreston,  r  Rossland property owners will pay  taxes on a 40-nnll basis again this  year.  Grand Forks had a remarkably  steady winter, the rink management  providing ten weeks of continuous  skating.  RE-OPENING  Crsston C  Mrs.  O.   Hayden announces  the re-opening of the Restaurant Known  as Greston  Cafe, on SATURDAY,  APRIL 1st., in the stand  opposite Speers store���������formerly Astier's photo  shop.  Open  7 ii...iki������  to 10.30 p.m.  >       prepared to servo  Meals, Light Lunch  Ariernoon i ess.  Sptetidid t;DoS<.itig:.     Faultless  service.    JReaaonahle charges.  A trial solicited. I ^Ua^B&^J3&3*3lS^  &m  VS^&SfffiS^gfcSi-^^  iJ2������2  iMM-saasjBcM!^  tSTH^t M VliS W. CK3SSTON, B. CL  h i  It,  i v  x   I)  ' I  h  HORSES COUGHING?       USE  Spohn's   Distemper   Compound  to break it up and set them back in condition. Twenty-eight  year's use has made "SPOHN'S" indispensable Sr* treating*  Coughs and Colds, Influenza and Distemper -with their resulting* complications, and all diseases of the throat, nose  and lungs. Acts marvelously as preventive; acts eciually  well as cure. On sale at all drug stores.  SPOHN   MEDICAL COMPANY, GOSHEN,  lND.r  U.S.A.  ranam  rlllCO  lit s Ai  vice  A Firm Foundation  With the approach of Spring, and a revival of "business activity following  a." winter characterized by much unemployment and the necessity for: the distribution o. relief on a large scale by Governments, municipalities and charitable org-anizations, the air is filled with rumors of impending strikes and industrial-disturbances. -/The coal miners of Canada and the United States  threaten a walk-out to enforce their demand for a six-hour day and a five-day  -work week, while the engineering and other trades in Great Britain are also  resorlicg to extreme measures. ���������>    .  It would naturally have been thought that, instead of creating conditions  which mean idleness, not only for those going out on strike, but for countless thousands engaged in other trades which are dependent upon a,plentiful  supply of coal, and instead of striving for less work and employment, the  lessons of the past year would have taught all men to exert themselves to  create more work in order that, with tlie employmnt of ail and.renewed actiy:,  ity, there woud be better times and a larger measure of prosperity for all.  However, it would appear that the-fallacious teaching of paid, agitators,  that a reduction in���������working hours and days below a reasonable limit must  inevitably provide work for a larger number, still influences many* of the  world's workers. The theory that the world nrust have a certain quantity  of any given article, and that if each individual produces a smaller quantity  of it, a larger number must be employed to make up the required total, is a  false theory. It is possible to so enhance the cost of aa article aa tc make  it prohibitive, and to so seriously reduce the demand, that, instead of there  being any increase in employment in such production, there is a damaging  decrease.  Again, those who preach this i'al^e doctrine lose sight of the fact that  mankind can get along without an amazingly large number of things if circumstances force them to do so. The experiences of the war should have  been sufficient to thoroughly convince all people of this fact.  Last year the coal miners in Great Britain sought to dictate to the whole  nation, and in tying up the coal mining industry they not only inflicted enormous losses on themselves, but dealt a blow at Britain's position as a great  coal exporting country from which it has not yet recovered. "Valuable properties were so seriously damaged that even yet they have not been restored  to .their old-time producing capacity, and  fewer men are  Employed.  Canada's workers would do well to heed the advice once, given hy Abra-  Franco-British Alliance May Result in  United Europe  We doubt if much good will come  out of Genoa, but if France and Great  Britain go there as allies there cannot be much harm. AdbuT'Hamil remained in Constantinople.. Ibng*;.after  authority had left his nerveless " fingers simply, .owing, to. .the jealousies  of the European*powers. Bolshevism  in its tu:rn will sticcumb when it finds  itself face-to face with a. united  Europe. ..A'Franco-British alliance is  the only "foundation' on which that  unity can be built.���������London Morning  POSt.:  er in 2nd Degree  Using a razor-���������bad stuff���������but many  people do it for their corns. The  only- remedy that is painless and sure  is Putnam's Corn Extractor; "which  does remove warts and corns, cleans  them right off. Refuse a substitute  for "Putnam's," 25c everywhere.  So Well  And Strong  Says Railroad  "If anybody - wants to hear about  Tanlac, they ought to come out to my  house. My wife, is so enthusiastic I  believe she would he willing to talis  all day about it," said Ml Burns, St,  Rose, Man., well-known Canadian National Railroad man.,  "It is natural that she should be delighted with the results she has obtained, because she is like a different  person now from; what she had been  for , three years past. ..Stomach  trouble and-indigestion madelil'c rrhie-  erable for her and she was failing day  by day.  "Tanlac proved to be the very .'th'hv^  she needed. ,. S,he,*says she.-n-ever .I'-eis  better iti l*ier tlf e' and 1 can believe i'.  because I know I never saw her looking as well and strong as she docs  now." ���������-.**.;'���������  Tanlac is sold by al 1 good d rugs ists.  'T-t  '���������09* ".  JT   ���������I  Identifying  It  .Nina.*���������Tom, Isn't that the same  suit you wore'.last year?  Tom.���������-Yes. and it's the same suit  you asked me. last year if it wasn't  the same suit I had the year before.���������  Harper's. <Y  drmHii AifiruiiiliHd  DUE TO POOR BLOOD  A Tonic Medicine a Necessity at This  Season  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are an all-  year-round tonic for the blood and  nerves. But they are especially valuable in the spring when the system  is loaded *with impurities as a result  oE    the    indoor    life    of    the    winter  VV hen jyiilady Ijoes a*  ��������������� -������  ham  Lincoln,   himself a  worker and  a   son   of  the   people.       Lincoln   said: < months.       There   is  no   other  season  "Property is the fruit of labor; property is desirable; it is a positive good  in the world. That some should be rich shows that others may become rich,  and hence is just encouragement to industry and enterprise. Let not him  who is hopeless pull down the house of another, but let him build one for him-  slf, thus assuring, by example, that his own shall be sate from violence  when built." _  The man who gains a competence in this world, or amasses wealth, does  not do so by working as little as he possibly can, or by skimping the work he  does. The world's rich men are among its most industrious and hardest  workers. Their aim in life is not to accomplish as little constructive, productive work as possible in the course of a day, but rather to strive i'or a  maximum of: results.  If men who now regard their position as hopeless, and are envious of the  success of their fellows, would but follow Lincoln's advice and get busy and  exert themselves, not as little as possible, but |o the full extent ol their powers, they could  quickly establish themselves  and make a worthy place   for  themselves   in   the   world.       But  they  will   never   get  anywhere   by   sinaply  critieiziag what -others do and striving to tear down what others have built  up.      They should change their tactics, and, instead of endeavoring to do as  little as possible, and skimping that little, try the plan of exerting all their  efforts and   endeavoring to achieve  a maximum of good  work accomplished  during the full period of a reasonable long working day.  What this old world needs is not more spare time, more sport, more entertainment and pleasure, but more work, steady work, constructive and product i/e work. The busiest man or woman is the happiest, healthiest, most  prosperous.  A Beautiful  Complexion  <& Admiration  Ladies���������A Jew days' treatment with  CARTER'S  LITTLE   UVER   PILLS  wit; dc rr.ore ������c cs-san*        ^fOm.  up the skin ^ai: ill x^ffj^  Joys of Rural Life  City  on  His  C&RTEwSl  filTTLE  the; beauty treat  ra*Tr,s   :a   cr-������3  ���������tion   Ar. itn*  perfect    zoc~- j������  pSemon     "'*  caused   ay   a  B.!ugjjjih. i������v������t   MkU;tT,f --'. G***"*ro<p.e,oi<J. youun and aiE&d'e age,  '*-kt ���������?.:.-. tor B-U:<e>U30.<������*������. Di2lio*������������. 5:c*k  He*3eS*i'..'.e "Joser Svcanacb cmd foi Sallow,  Kwpli ���������-.- Eicer.J-r*' Skin. Tfcsf ~n~ ein  et.iti.rs s1 Ztmrntifitttiois.  f maiE P:.U���������Small Dose���������Small Prtca  Noar FJln;.-**-rii,  OUB   ft-cho Yvliinh  aru] fro i.o 1*-:,l.  in dorm any,  win   toss  a  L..;aH   -*i"rVCI*ty  Is a fam-  Hound   to  time-;,-;.  Man Had Nothing  Country Brother  A boy left the farm and got a job  in the city. He wrote a,letter to his  brother, who elected to stick to his  farm, telling the joys o������ city life, in  which he said:  "Thursday Ave auto'd out to tlie  country club, where we golfed until  dark. Then we motored to the beach  for thc weekend."  The brother on the farm wrote  back: "Yesterday we buggled to town  and baaeballed all the afternoon.  Then we went to Ned's and pokered  until morning. Today Ave muled out  to the cornfield and gee-hawed until  sundown. Then we fiuppered and  then wo piped for a while. After.  thai: we staircased up to our room  and bod steaded until the clock lived."  when the blood-is so much in need of  purifying and 'enriching,    and    every  dose "of these pills helps to enrich the  blood.      In the spring one feels-weak  and tired���������Dr. Williams*    Pink*    Pills  give strength.      In the spring the appetite  is  often    poor���������Dr.    Williams'  Pink Pills  develop the appetite, tone  the stomach and aid weak digestion.  It is in the spring that poisons in "the  blood find an    outlet    in    disfiguring  pimples,     eruptions     and     boils���������Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills  clear    the    skin  because, they   go    to the root of the  trouble in the blood.      In   the    spring  anaemia,      rheumatism,      indigestion,  neuralgia    and    many   other troubles  are  most persistent because of poor,  weak    blood,     and it is at this time  when* all nature  takes  on    new    life  that   the   blood  most,  seriously  needs  attention.       Some   people   dose  themselves with purgatives at this season,  but  these only  further weaken themselves.    A    purgative    merely gallops  through  the    system,     emptying    the  bowels,  but does not  help  the blood.  On     the    other    hand. Dr.  WWliams'  Pink    Pills    enrich    the    blood which  reaches every nerve and every organ  in the body,, bring new  strength and  vigor  to weak  easily tired men, *vvo-  men and children.    Try Dr. Williams'  Pink  Pills this  spring���������they  will  not  disappoint you.  Sold by all medicine dealers or sent  by mail at 50 cents a box or six boxes  for $2.50 by The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  A course in the. maintenance and  repairing of motor cars is now a  feature of one of the largest American  colleges.  ?2&kititft,P  'f/ffi&l  EAT  UlbLUI I  Addition  Prisoner.*���������Good morning, Judge.  .fudge,��������� I-Tow old are you?  "Twenty-nine,"  "You'll be thirty Avium you g������l, out.'  -Chicago Phoenix..  Cause of Asthma. No one can say  with certainty exactly what causes  ttrn- r-.Hl.j-.UJiahln^ of 3**wthvnnt1c ^ondi-  Hon.*. Dus-it fcom the street, from  flr>wern, from mrain and various other  IrriUmitf may h-r| up a tremble impossible- to MTadlr.-nN' r-x'-oi*', tln-oUKli a  Huri** fir* ruin* tion mir-h an Dr. ,1. D.  KflloKK'n AHt.hrmt HN-mndy, lYno-or-  tainty may ex I Hi. us Us cuus***, but. Hum-**-  can hf no v.m<**e*-rtalnty n-KHnllnw a  remedy  u-'lik*!*  Sut::  fr-c-crj  -.*, tf-e-iwrnHon  NORTHWEST BfSCUl? COMPANY i5*r  vv.   ri.   jj.   uia  <,'.' a*:'!.  "TV* 1 ' **"  v!r*t  in., '.'rir-.Li  !!.'.* '  ���������'I'.ir-'r  Of   1.1U?  l������ron������-  hhil  tUb'tH.  II      is  Hold  f.'. ������������������! r> V<  tii-'.-i-.  fn    (  >yion  cii-r    to    he"  fouriel  nnallit  v/hlrii  nl In.in  Jt  !(  iikMi ffl  from   1  our  t-rj  fi*'*���������*���������*  Ine  :li*-t*i.  Mirta-rd';*!   Linlrwent  for the  Gripp������ and  Canadian    Woman    Recom-  mends Lydia ������. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound  Winnipeg,   Manitoba.���������"I   can   not  speak too highly of what Leydla B.  Pinkham's  Vegetable  Compound haa  dono for nie,    I was a ncn"ous Avreclc  and 1 just had tp* force myself to do  iuy  work.    L������lfo  wa&  a  misery  and  work was a burden.   Even tho sound  of   my   own   children   playing   made  mo feel as iC I. must scream i������ thoy  did not get away from me,    I could  not even speak right to my husband.  Tho   doctor   Raid   that   lie   could   do  nothing  for mo  owing to my  condition,  but tbld mo  to  oxpoct another  mls-teari-Ingc.     My   husband'a   grandmother nrlvlBort me to tako Lyclln 13.  Pinkham's   Vegetable   Compound,     I  Ktnrtod  H   right  awny and  everyone  noticed   what   a   different,   woman   I  w������h  in  a  short timo.     I   wont  and  1.11Kitki.'d  my  doctor and hc   did  not  know mr-, I wan ao well.    1 wns aide  to  do  my   work   onco  moro   and   it  was u  iilounnro, not  a burden.    Now  I  huvc- u Mince Uoumrlutf baby' to uho  tlie--  iloi'ieic's own   v*'uv*~\h.     I  am  able  to   nursr-   )\o\<   anil   enjoy   doing   my  worlt.    I u\n not liolc) rftcominending  Mich  ji nifullrrlni****, and  anyone  Hoolng-  mo  boToro   I   took  It and  -aooinp; mo  now.  enn   koo   what   It  cIooh  or mo.  IVhnt  It. ban ihmo for mo It can do  for   an yon o   In   thn   name   condition.  3 am only too ploamod for you to uso  mv tPHtliuonlnl,"���������MiiH, Kmjt.y  DAvrw,  721. 'McCJeo  St.,  WlnnljiCB,  Manitoba.  Madame Fashion is very busy now preparing for spring, in spite of  the gloomy winter.weather. Here is a coat which she has designed for  afternoon wear. The blouse" back, which is very popular just now, Avill  be worn extensively this coming season. It is oE tan twtll and the color  value is greatly enhanced by the-self-toned* embroidery..  Far  Scientific  Research  l     It pays to patronize home industry.  | Buy from the merchants in your own  Give Grants for Research on the  Action of Alkali  The Saskatchewan and Alberta  Governments and the Canadian Pacific Railway Co. have this year contributed $1,000, and the Advisory  Council on Industrial Research has  contributed $5,000 towards the research on alkali action ihrough the  ground water on concrete piping,  piles ,etc. Already more than SJ^OO*-  000 has been spent on this work by  the Greater Winnipeg Water District Board. Tho Ctt.y of Winnipeg  recently made a grant towards the  work ol! $200. The action of alkali  ground water on the concrete pipe  .mains of the Greater Winnipeg Water  District has already cost a great mini  of money. Tho engineers havo been  compelled to put In a subsidiary pipe  line to carry away the ground water.  town.  Rub It in for Lame Back.���������A brink  rubbing with Dr. Thomas' Ecloctrio  Oil will relieve lame hack. The skin  will Immediately absorb the oil and  it will penetrate the tissues and bring  Dpccdy rellci'. Try it nnd bo coivrinc-  ed. As tho ..liniment sinks In, the  pain comos ont and there are ample  ground***! Cor saying that lt la an excellent article,  Wealth in North Land  According to I.<leul>Colonel A. C.  Garner, of Ttcglnn, tho principal  iv't-iiUU ���������ai" lhe JeurlL country 15c;.; Ja  Uh mlttomlK. That while some oC  tlio land In tlio extreme north might  bo reclaimed and made available for  ('arming, the grouI.eHt con-Hid oration  imint be given to tlwi development of  tho mine nil roHourooK.  U&c  Minard'a Liniment for the Flu  ARE YOU A MOTHER?  Mrs.   Dalton   tells   oi   m.   W-eli-lcnown  Doctor's   Prescription  that is  -aim  for Young Mother* to take ua  Tonic and Nervine because it  contains    no    hsranfu!    in-  fi*redieti.t. _  London, Ont.���������"Dr, Pierce's Favorite Prescription saved my lifo years  ago and for that  reason lam most  enthusiastic in my  iMscom men datl on  ot it . to women  ���������who are ailing and  wealt. I was taken  vrlth the measles  ^i%������. mrhon In an expectant-condition;  #thon blood poison-  Ins: set 1n nnd my  family bo������am������  gr-eatly alarmed. The doctor advised  them to give mo Dr, Pierce's Favorite Prescription and 3 took* neverol  bottles of It and "was restored to.  absolutely perfect 3iealth, I later  took Favorite" Prescription as a tonlo  and nervine'and received gi-ent benefit from it. Ao a woman's medicine  it 1������ unequalled." ��������� Mrs, Jennie Dalton, 7G7 York St  HEALTH BR1N-GS BEAUTY  Your Health is Vital to Yon  Barrie, Ont.���������"1 was suffering from  a rundown system aomo time ago,  was unfit, to perform my dally duties,  and was advised to try Dc. Pierce's  Favorite Proscription. 1 tried It,  took two bottles, and was restored  to iuy. natural ������tr������ni;tli. I cannot  praJao Dr. IPlerte'a mefllclne too  highly and will ho "wllllnK to ���������write  to any one sending wtamped envelope."���������Mrs. A. I-I. Blahop, R, E. No.  I,  You'll soon feel better 11 you obtain this "Prescription" of Dr.  Pierco's at your nearest drug store,  3n tableta or liguLd, or Bend 10e  to Dr. Pierce's Ijaboratory in BrldBe-  burg, Ont.^ tor tri all pkg. tablets and  write for freo medical adwlco.  11  ^  L������Li~-.  is 3f������#.*i! r'.*.*l1IS*4ll������4<?.J.iS������trtft������ft������!' I  W.fcW*Ji|(tWW*W*������A*i**4iH,>*m1(,M**������s**ir������'',*.il  ������' i������r *.#-<*������������* *������.**f*������������e -J "*-  L;*.i"^Mfi!^..c^L/L'^t.^iaK:iih.*i*^iiaitosii^(.Maja^'iikfeti  "'���������"���������"-"���������"^'"������������������-'"-J .J  ^ A  5LEYIEW* CEOESTON. B. ���������~  rQnoseci; Reductions In  eets  WESTERN   EDITORS  ppos  London.���������An intercsciug debate  arose in the Mouse -of 'Commons between Field-Marshal. Sir Henry vVat-  son, former cljiief of the Imperial General Staff, and ,Sir Laming- Worthing-.  ton-Evans,   secretary, dI! war.:     Field-  ���������Mar3hal Wilson opposed a reduction  in_ther army  on. the -ground of Great  ������������������IJritain's; many responsibilities in Ireland,*' India,, Kgyp.t ������������������ -and elsewhere,  while Sir Laming defended tho- gov-  eroment's, policy of ��������� refcrfenchment*.  The field-marshal.' was" supported  by a number o.E~"Con.serratives. -. He  denied that the Russian 'menace was  ended.       The  war secretary- eouiend-  : eds that the only way^-tp-'i. meet Fielcl-  Marshal-3 Wilson's "demands Yvtrs to*  raise a conscript army. Thereupon-'  the   field-marshal   admitted   ihat   he  * *i5a^v ��������� ssver* %.iTeame**.i *ro.e. *a * * xoaBCj'ipt  army because it would be impossible  to order conscripts to serve abroad  M peace time.    *  Sir learning*, in upholding uie plan  i'or a reduction, argued that even  with dreat Britain's enormous rets pons i bil iti es "', it av as necess ,i,-y 1 o  take some-i-islts.  Propose Soviet Bond issue *  Old  and   New Debts  Are   Included   in  Proposal  That . the * Russian. ..Soviet. Government should issue bonds covering-the  whole of Russia's indebtedness is understood to have been the. British proposal at'the first se si son of the" allies'  technical experts meeting.here to* pre-  pare an agreement for the conference.  Bonds not only covering all of "Russia's national debts but also niunicipEut  and individual loans to the. old and  new Russian regimes are understood  to have been included in the proposal.  The bonds would be exempt from'la-  terest for five years. Discussions  concerning .Russia, are Ee^tm^g^jthe^.  conference! Yoi J^he^eSpefts although  the Soviet Government. 3s not i-epre-  sented in London.  CANADA MUST GUARD  AGAINSTTDISEASES  CHOLERA       AND       TYPHUS     MAY  am  SPREAD THROUGH RUSSIAN '  5M MIGRANTS  Berlin.���������-Canada and the United  States-as well, as-Central* Btii-ope must  be on guard, against the introduction  of cholera and typhus . through" irarai-'  gration of Russian refugees, says a  warning issued by Dr. A. Schlesinger,  of the German Red Cross. Hordes of  these refugees are pouring into Germany ; or er th e Pol i sh/ Le tv i an ah d  Esthonian borders, and many are  seeking passports to Canada or the  United States, where they have relatives and Mends who are financing  them for the journey-  Already nearly 50,000 eases exist  in Germany, traced to refugees, and  German immigrants from the Volga  region -have been found to be -in-.  EectedY  "The ���������Oerma.n arid Polish Governments' recognize the -danger, but  cannot head it off. We can; only  lessen it,* and'.the necessity of doing  this led to the calling of the typhus  conference in Warsaw," he said.  S^-'  y  Asks Information  V. C French, Editor of The- Times,  Wetaskiwin, AltaY and President of  the Canadian Weekly Newspaper  Association.  British Oncers for B.G.  in Is  Partial  Granted To Germany  Under Gert-aifl Conditions  Order Restored; in Nairobi  London.-���������Nairobi, British Southeast  Africa,-is all quiet now after the ifa-4  live outbreak,.^Reuter's correspondent  cables. Witnesses in an enquiry into  the trouble-State at the magistrate's  court that the conduct of the native  troops had been excellent. They  were on duty eighteen hours \virhout  a break and maintained discipline in  spite of continuous jeering by the  rioters.  Urge Wireless Chain .  London.���������The Council of the Em-  pire Press Union passed a resolution  deploring the lack of adequate telegraphic communication and urgently  pressing the government to immediately carry or support some scheme  for an imperial wireless chain obtaining general approval throughout the  empire.  J.   F.  Johnston  Also   Enquiring   About j  Government Merchant* Marine j  Ottawa.���������The     operation    or    non-  operation 'of the vessels of the Cana- j  diah Government Merchant Marine ..is  to    come    up    under question in the  House of  Commons as a result  of a  series of enquiries filed by J. F. John-  ���������ston, .3La*3t Mountain, the chief whip of.  fK&^^rogr.essiv.es.      Mr. Johnston has  given notice that he will ask the Government to state how many vessels of  the  merchant marine fleet are being  operated   and   also   the   average   cost  per* day of the vessels when they are  not in operation.  Mr. Johnston also asks-for information on the proposed conference regarding the return of natural * resources to the western provinces.  Mr. Johnston has given notice that he  will ask tlie ministry to state the total  acreage and value of lands heij. by  the Dominion Government in Saskatchewan and Alberta from September  1, 1905 to December 31, .1921.  Young Officers, from  India May Settle  on  Land  in   British  Columbia  Victoria, BlC���������-Major J. W. Clark,  in charge of soldiers' settlement work  under the department of lands, will  leave soon for India.  Several hundred young British officers are being paid out oi the Indian  army, and at present the British Government is making arrangements to  assist their ' assimilation into civil  life in -various parts of the Dominions. All of these young officers will  have from two to three thousand  pounds each.  A few days ago the India office in  London" cabled the Provincial Government and offered to pay half the expenses of sending a British Columbia  representative to India to interview  these young officers with the idea  that they would come direct from India to British Colurnbia. It is the  intention to place them, if satisfactory arrangements can be concluded,  upon lands in-the South Okanagan irrigation project.  umARIfc WILL SEIZE'  LIQUOR IN TRANSIT  ATTORNEY GENERAL WANTS TO  KNOW  HOW  LAW  STANDS  REGARDING EXPORT  Toronto.���������Two recent liquor seizures at Oakville and Hamilton have  given rise to an announcement by Attorney General W. K. Raney that all  liquor shipments intercepted upon a  highway in Ontarkrwill be confiscated  and held until such time as the courts  pass upon the legality of conditions  under which they.were in transit.  Mr. Raney said that it was his intention to learn exactly how the law  stood in regard to the export of liquor.  In order to-do this he .would press a  test case to the highest court. ., He  intimated that legislation might be  brought to bear immediately in regard  to the" present wholesale transportation of liquor, it not being necessary  to await the final decision of the'  courts in this respect.  Object to Orientals  of  Further Conference  een  VII  KJIUWHI tm.-'   M *~- ���������** VI CU  UIUUl 5W  for  WEAK HEART  NERVES BADLY SHATTERED  Many a wpman who should be  strong and hfefiHhy, full of life and  energy is bound hy the shackles of Hh  health.  Some disease or const!tulional disturbance has left Its mark In the form  ol' a weak heart, shattered nerves, impoverished blood and an exhausted  i-ondilhm oi' the wholo system,  In  MILBURN'S  HEART AND NERVE PILLS  thcy~*will Unci a remedy that Will sup*  piy I'ood i'or the oxhauslecl nerves, ono,  that will strengthen nnd regulate the  weak" heart nnd invigorate the wholo  .system,  Mrs, W. W. Pearse, 11 Seaton St,,  Toronto, Ont., writes*:���������"1 wan JeL'tt  with a weak heart and in a run down  condition from the "flu," My nerves  were badly shuttered, and i had such  pains around my heart I could not  c>h*e|i tutich ui iui-i������ii. i iaijiti. Huveral  doetorft' modlrdn.es without -grilling any  better. My husbnnd sot me to try  All I burn's Henri nnd Nervo Pills, and  ���������it'll**:- 1 took one box 1 got relief, and  n i'l rr lahlriK ������8x boxes I have been well  :ind   nor. ho*lhernd  since,"  Price, 50e a box at all. deaSers, or  mailed direct on receipt of -prh-e by  The T. Mil burn 'Co., l.fm.|lcrt, Toronto,  On*.  .!������������������������->��������� ���������!'������������������ei > -i ������  ti,iimi,,M^mamimmm.a.,,i0m.0^mm0mHmattmmmmmm00^m^^^  vy.     N.      li.     1313  Air Navigation  Must be Developed  Winston Churchill Says Britain Meeds  Separate Air Ministry  London.���������During the House of Commons debate on the air forco, estimates, Winston Churchill, secretary  for the colonies, sturdily defended the  need of a sepai-ate air ministry and  said that Great Britain's insular position had largely disappeared, making  progress in air navigation oi! the  highest consequence, not even, second  to the navy. The vital sea battles  of the future would, he said, be  fought by airplanes from ships.  Mr. Churchill announced that a  committee has been established to  examine, the relations of the- air  ministry to the admiralty. A subcommittee ol' the committee on imperial defence was also boing established to enquire; into tho question'of  creation ol! a common brain Tor the  three services while another committee wouhl examine on which que ration the pooling of the administrative services on all three services depend. Thus the question of establishing ii ministry of defence Ih  reaching lhe threshold oi' pmetical  politics.  Cities   of    Great    Britain    Asked  Views on Matter .  London.���������Representations on the  subject of the Importation of Canadian steer cattle have been addressed  to the city of London by the Aberdeen  County Council, Edinburgh and Glasgow City Councils and tlie Parliamentary Committee pf the co-operative  congress as well as other bodies, in-  favor of a further national conference  being called by the Lord Mayor at  the -Guildhall. The cattle markets'  committee of the corporation of the  city'of London has now communicated with all the cities in Great Britain  with a population of 25,000 and upward inviting their views on the  matter.  Receiving   Education   at    Expense  Taxpayers  in   British  Columbia  Ottawa.���������The House heard something of the perils of Oriental immigration when a British Columbia Progressive had the floor���������Le. G. McBride,  of-Cariboo.  Oriental   immigration''  was costing  the country millions^ of   dollars,    Mr.  McBride said, and the effect it would  have    on   civilization   could   not   be  ignored.    Orientals would not assimilate, and the white and yellow races  would never associate.      They should  not be "brought together.      He declared that in 1910 only 20 Japanese were  born in British. Columbia, but in 1920  the   number   had   grown  to e657.       In  1910, 17 Japanese were born in British Columbia to, every2,000 white. In  1920, the foreigners were 69 Japanese  fto 1,000 white.       ^     :-  Orientals were receiving their education at the expense of. the British  Columbia taxpayers, Mr. ���������'McBride  continued. In Vancouver it cost $60,-  000 to educate Orientals last year.  The influx of Japanese and Chinese  tended to lower the moral and laboring standards of the community. lt\  was a situation which must be ended  at once.  "We think about Orientals now,  what you will think about them in 25  years,"  Mr.  McBride added.  Paris.���������The conditions under which  the reparations commission will grant  Germany a partial moratorium are announced. They-include perfect autonomy for the Reichsbank aod new  legislation to prevent evasion 'of German capital, the legislation to be  ready for application upon a fixed  date.  A number of reforms in oe'rman  financial methods are stipulated.  These "must go into effect at fixed  dates beginning May 31. New resources for reparations money must  be found and the funds collected under the control of the allied committee on guarantees which will pass  upon their effectiveness and probable  yieldY If they are found insulHcient  the ; reparations commission wiii consider a number of cither measures,  including a ^domestic or foreign loan  and -���������'���������eventually a levy upon capital in  Gerinaiiy.  It is stipulated that if reparation  payments -In* kind to the value of  1,450,000 gold marks yearly are not  entirely distributed the balance may  be required in cash.  If the German* Government fails to  apply the reforms upon which the  partial moratorium is conditioned, the  allies may resort to the terms of the  annex to the treaty of Versailles authorizing them te take further pledges  as a guarantee for reparations payments. --  _ The commission upheld the figures  arrived at during the recent Cannes  conference for Germany's payments  in 1922���������cash payments of 720,000,000  gold marks and 1,450,000,000 marks in  kind.  The text of the decision of the  commission were immediately forwarded to Germany and the various  allied governments.  May Send Troops to Ulstsr  London.���������The British Government  may have to consider whether it will  be possible to'place a cordon of Imperial troops between thc warring elements on the Ulster frontier, Winston  Churchill, the colonial secretary, stated in the House of Commons.  Again r.t nnylijjM Sri vino  Oliawa.���������Pay light Having Ih' nppar*  c-ntly *o he a bone of coj3l.enl.lori In  thu present session of . pari In ment.  Fred Kay, Liberal for MtH-d.iquoi,  Quo., has Riven notice of a resolution  that, "in "lhe opinion* of thin House,  ts. Is di-sU'iible thai, legislation be in-  Iroduced (hiring the present sesf-ihm to  proiitoat. tho adoption of day light Having  ltm������ in   liny part of (^iiiailn."  It will Prevent Ulcerated Throat.���������  At the lirst symptoms oe sore throat,  which presages ulceration and inflammation, take a spoonful of Di\  Thomas' Eclectrie Oil. Add a little  sugar to it to jnake it palatable. It  will allay lhe Irritation and preveJ3t  the ulceration and swelling that ai-o  so painful. Those who wero periodically Hubjecfc to quinsy have thus  made themselves immune to attack.  Extending Paper Mill  Work Being Commenced on Building  at Port Arthur  Portr Arthur, Ontx^���������A- G. Pounsford,  managertof tho -.Port iirthur Division  ]ioT--t^eZ-^ovl~ii^lZ^aper Mills Limited,  announced the actual commencement  of work on the construction of a paper  mill extension to the company's present plant.  The extension is to be completed  by May 1, 1923, and at an estimated  cost of $1,500,000. The mill will be  equipped with one 146 book machine  capable of turning out thirty tons of  book paper a day. The main market  for the product will be Western Can-  ada.  it pays to patronize home industry.  Buy from the merchants in your own  town.  SPANISH FLU  Claims  Many Victims in  Canada  and   should   bo   Guarded  Against  MINARD'S LINIMENT  Is a GriMiL Preventative, being ono oE  tho ohloHt I'GuiodleB used. Minard's  Liniment Iiuh relieved thousands of  eaaes of Grippe, Bronchitis, Sore  Throat, AHthma and nlmllarl-dia-  eriNOH. It Sh an lSnomjr to (3erm;i.  ThonsnndH ot bottles being lifted ovnry  CliiJ. J "or   xv iiii in   hy   <tll    di'eel^ilf-iil-j   itlUt  general deal era.  Wm*f-'0 X-iJiimcru Co.. Ltd., Varmomli, N.S. I a 'leatI  Dye Skirt, Dress  Or Faded Draperies  In Diamond Dyes  Bach package of "Diamond* Dyes" contains directions so simple that any woman can dye or tint ftuled, shabby skirts,  ���������dresses, waists, coats, swcater-s, stockings, hangings, draperies, everything like  new. Buy "Diamond Dyes"���������no other  kind���������then perfect homo olyelnpr ts fmar-  antced, even l������ you havo never dyed bo-  fore. Tell your drupglfit whether the  material you wish to dye js wool or silk,  or whether it ia linen, cotton, or mixed  Koods. Diamond Dyes never streak,  spot, fade, or run,  France to Retain Army  Must  be  Prepared  to  Guard  Against  German Menace In Future  Paris.���������"Franco    must   have   three  men  to one man. for Germany aa  a  standing  array  when  tlie   zero   hour  ends again," said. General De Caatel-  nau,  chairman  o������  tho  army  commission    In    the    Chamber of deputies,  -fn sidvocatiiiK the    eERhteen    months/  "service bill as sponsored by ttie commission."  ."Germanj'," General CatsLelusm continued, "has seven divisions oi! infantry and throe of cavalry, and tBiese  forces can ho trebled over night. The  League or Nations lias not yet fi-eatlz-  od militarily that the U.S. absolutely  recuses to cross Its threshold, We  arc a great jniellflst nation, ibut we  cannot vouch tor ocin-crs*, 'I'liud we  must remain attached to die principle of nn armed nation."  Tho eighteen months hill now before tho Ch amber of Deputies provides for thirty-two metropolitan  divisions ready for immediate suction.  Lords' Vote Defeats Government  London.���������The Government was defeated In the House of Lords ny the  adoption of an amendment to the  Irish Free State Bill to guarantee pensions to Irish cLvil servants. The  vote was 42 to -KJ.  Successful Air Trip  St,  Jolm'ii.. Nfld.���������The air  mail In  charge of Flibt V. H,���������Bennett and  carrying; one passenger, made a successful trip from Bolwood to Twilling-  gate.  "They Certainly  Did Help Me"  WHY   PASCAL   THEBEAU    RECOM-  MENDS   DODD'S  KIDNEY  PILLS  TTO'iift    IsTonc;    ha**    a    nlave  where glrlH arc Hold nn    low  roionv  as    $5  Now   Brun&wtck    Man    Now io Good  Health  Advisee all  Sufferers frorci  Kidney Trouble to use Dodd'a Kidney Pills,  Village St. Jean, Kent Co., N.B.���������  (Special).���������-"Dodd's Kidney Pills cea--  tainly helped me."  Such is the emphatlo statement of  Pascal Thcbeau, a well*known resident oC this village.  "I was very ill of Kidney disease."  Mr. Thebeau continues, "In the morning I was uo weak. I could not get up  ii-T'ore- iuhl-J.*o'. 3 tooii three hu^.i,  tsi Dodd's Kidney Pills and they did  m-e ".. Sot of good."  "Now I am well ngntn and I advise  any porson suffering from Kidney  disease to use Dodd's Kidney Pills."  Dodd's Kidney Pills are knovrn In  every corner of Canada ns tlio old reliable Canadian Kldw-y remedy. They  are known hy the work thcy havo  done.  Ask your neighbors :\t JJodd's Kidney I*i81**3 are not the remedy for sicHj  kldneyu. m&  CHESTCS   BMV5EW  \  THE CRESTON REVIEW  of  Household Effects  at tlie residence of N.  SCHADE,   Creston,  Piano.   Furniture, Harness-  Poultry, Plows, Tools,  &c.  FRIDAY, March 31  at ONE o'clock p.m.  TERMS���������Purchases   of   $10   and  -   under,  Cash;   over  that amount  seven months' credit.  J. F. ROSE, Auctioneer.  fmLSii  Bnd GOmSOiJGnBiy  Bread - Gakes ; Pastry  ^    Saturday Specials  Cream Suns  Coffee Rings  Sconnes  ICE CREAM  Tea      Coffee.     Cocoa      Bovril  served in our Tea Room.  -iJ^itrLj.  Issued every Ftie3������y at Creston, B.C.  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance*  $3.00 to U.SYpoirits. ,:r,.P  C. P. Hayes, Editor and Owner,  CRESTON, B.C.. FRIDAY, MAK. 31  their cte-  LETTERS TO THE EDITOR  Red Cross Nurses  BERTNORRIS  Next Be van's Garage  dpnnf  Editor Review:  Sib,���������The nurses placed in rural  communities by the Red Cross  Society in British Columbia are  public health nurses; that is, they  are graduates of hospital training  schools- giving a three years*  course, and ha we taken a university  post graduate eourse in public  health nui*H������g*j*f*:";*f.Jf        ., .  ���������   " ** ���������  The ein tire modern health movement depends ujifoia the adequate*  development-oi ths* public health  BiarseT While ^BerY" activities consist in doinjoY th������^* necessary bedside  nursing, theY*lai-gest part of her  work consists in teaching people  how to live so as to keep well,  hence her work is largely inst rue  tional and preventive, as the following will show: Bedside carei  prenatal care, infant and cnild  welfare care, home nursing lectures  control off cdimnumeable diseases,  tuberculosis, and sanitation.  When a community applies for a  nurse a local branch of. the Red  Crosa Society tnust be formed, who  are expected, to provide comfortable quarters and adequate transportation facilities.  .  ...  The salary paid is $1500 yearly.  The local branch must undertake to  j raise and pay as much as possible  towards this salary. The Provincial Branch pays toward tlie support of the public health nurse at  Crestony $1200 yearly; the com  feunity pays $300; yearly. The  head office retains con trol of i ts  nurses>through the director of  nursing service, who pays periodical inspection visits to aii tlie rural  yeasrfs crop are minted in  velopment.  Nature always protects the tree  and produces leaves first so that  the life of the tree will be saved*  Therefore if the food supply is large  enougfi;"atthe tittie when the tree  is beginning its work, all three processes can be taken care of at once  and the result is annual bearing.  -There is just  oiie time   to apply  t-Qfi   *f*Sl*|-.*l*lWC������������.    r.0tri    +Kr������4.     ���������!������        vt.lv Lxxx    -x-lx ���������  ���������    ~-��������� ������.<������������.**W*      X..XXM   .VtM���������tltJ     XO ������V ���������SX3XA.     UUO  leaf buds are showing green and  are jusfc ready to burst. The fertilizer is of necessity ofan "'available"  form, and if it is applied Jboo early  it will leach away before the tree  can useitt If it is applied too late  the tree will have gone past the  stage when food wouid save next  year's fruit buds and the fertilizer  applied then will merely start the  tree off into a riotous production of  wood. A week either way from  the correct  time is   nearly useless.  Mr. C-rant's orchard cavers about  four arid a   half acres atid   is com  posed   mostly of Baldwins   with a  few Kiiigs.       On that   orchard  he  puts two tons   of  fertilizer' every  *?Drirt*2?.     ~"  Goodyear and Dunlop  We have a quantity of this  grain for sale.  It   is   one   of   the   surest  crops   for   use   in   dry   or  hilly ground;   two crops in  the season.  Also  for growing in orchards  and ploughing under  as a fertilizer.  Price:    $3.00  per 100 lbs.  Jas. Kerrigan & Co.  Cranbrook  centres throughout B.C.  O.E.I*  Value of FertBiiaEGr  Vim...  ***ro  lm..~ J 8  uuiiurcu  Rich in Butterfat, and from  Tuberculin-tested Cows  7 Quarts or 14 Pints for 91.00.  ������  CREAM FOR SALE  Half-Pint Prtit Quart  20c. 36a BOe.  MOUNTAIN VIEW RANCH  WALTER  V. JA<0K8ON  Men's   Half Solew, $1.25  ��������� Wo men'������I fa! f Bo tos, $ 11 .00  Guaranteed for .i months.  SecaitdhandStore im -cormeciim.  with business  (Publication requested]  Apple trees that will bear a crop  every year have  been  and are almost as eagerly sought after as the  elixir of  life.    In many  cases   .the  difference between annual   bearing  and biennial bearing means just the  difference between profit  and loss;  W.  M. Grant, of Blenheim.  Out.,  who has a fruit and early vegetable  farm near Chatham, has an orchard  whioh   has borne continuously   for  the last six   years and   promises to  keep this up   indefinitely.'   The secret, according to Mr. GrcrVit, lies in  tlie timely application   of fertilizer.  Mr. Grant  is a graduate   of the  O.A.C.,     and   has   been   growing  apples), tobacco  and \'egetables for  manj^ years.    His   farm   iB   about  twelve miles from Chatham, on the  provincial highway from  Niagara  to Windsor.    The problem  off ann  ual bearing of apple trees interest-  en him  strongly, and   the   system  which he has  worked out  is based  on his  HC-ientifio knowledge  of tho  fruiting habit of  the apple as well  an on bin practical experience   ae a  f arn H-r.  When the tree commences thc operations   rif growth   and rcproduc  tion in tbn spriug it has three tilings  to do. First, it lias to produce  enough leaven to mannfactiiiro its  food; then it hn������ to deyiiBop tho  fruit I'nudH for the ywirVi crop; nnd  finally it \mn to produce fnmib buds  for the nwact yimr'n crop.  IP thflrfl i������ any rMU?h������n<jy of food  tli<B first to mi (for aye tho fruit buds  for th������ ninth yr.ftr"r* orop, Thoy  simply mra nofc prodmwl. If the  fowl et������pf)\y irtfttill fn rthor ������il inn ini h1 i-  ed   th������ Print   budfl Por thi*) present  {juUiiuS ur  nitrate of soda are used with two  thousand pounds of bone idour.  TJiese provide the main source of  nitrogen and phosphorus. In addition to this fifteen hundred  pounds of a four-two-six mixture  hare used. This mixture is made  from the mother liquor which is a  a by-product of the beet sugar refinery. The liquor contains six per  cent, of potash and is the sole  source of potash in the fertilizer.  It is poured over peat which ab  sorbs it. Then the peat is granulated so that it will mix with the  nitrate of soda and the bone flour  and run through a. fertilizer drill.  A combination grain and fertilizer  drill is used on Mr. Grant's farm to  spread the mixture.  ��������� P    -   ���������   *a* *.    -  P   *Y-.'-  * '-������������������   ���������"���������      -      ;   .  Thinning of thj& .crop after the  fruit, is, *. .set is endorsed by -Mr.  Grant, but, like many other things,  the cost and scarcity of labor often  prevents its being-done. Annual  bearing can be secured without  thinning the crop, though thinnisig  would probably improve the quality of the fruit.  Some years ago^YMr. Grant recorded the average production of  six trees in   his orchard, which   is  ,   ie  about twenty-three years old and  just at its best. The average production of the six trees was twenty-  two and a third bushels per tree  and apples were selling at two  dollars per bushel that year. Such  figures are a fair answer to the  met. who maintain that they cannot afford to use commercial fertilizer on their orchards.���������A.H.M.  1I5&S and  all sizes ;froui 30x 3J to 34 x 4J- at rock bottom prices.  Expect Tires and Tubes to take a jinrip  ���������     in price in Ivlay;  better buy now.  We carry genuine Ford parts and are surely  delivering the service.  There is:z'n& -tuck  app&mimeni hyihe Ford  Motor  Company as ^Authorized Ford Service9*  still I have in my district appointed several Ford Service  Stations where, you can obtain Ford !Parts.  m  xx Auto  &> Supply  R Si BEVAN, Prop.  '���������:! .P  For Sale���������Oak refrigerator, good  as new; nlso white enameled provision  cabinet, two sh*e1ve������* nnd galvanized  ice box.    Enquire Roview Office.  [Corrected Notice.  WATBR NOTIOE:  use: and storage  Take notice that Canyon Oity Lumber Cn in puny, Limited; whose address  ia Crouton, B.C.. will npply for a  license to take and use of Ten (10) acre  feet, and to store Ten (10) acre feet of  water out of North Branch of Floyd  Greek, which flows south and drain ft  into Goat Hi vcr about ono mile from  dam. The storage dmn will be located  at the Company's mill on Lots 209 and  210 of Lot 812, Tho capacity of the  repervofr is about Three (8) ncro feet,  und it will Hood about three-qnartor  acres nf land, Tho water will be  dammed in the Btvuiiin at tho Company's mill, and will bo rifled for mill  pond, Htonm nnd domeHtto purnnttps  upon the mUlHite, describee) as Lots  200 and 210. D,L. 812, G. 1. K.D Map  i nam bor, TIiIh notice was posted on  the ground on tho 14th day of March,  1022, A copy of thia notice- and ������n  ai>li������*in:atioii pui-Hiuiiit thi-vreto and to  th-o Wat������r Act, 10H*. will bo fll-oil In  Ih-p office of t,h������ Wakir ECocordnr at  N<4lH<m, FI.O. Objection fto tho appli-  <:iillon nmy Aj������ Qhul with tho Bald  Water Jleen-rdei' or with tho Comptroller of Wator Klein a,' Parliament  BiillcUn������it, Victoria, Jj.O., within thirty  d������y������ afjer tho flrwt appearance of thia  notice In a local newnpapar.  (J.ANVON ni'PV IjVMWKH  COM PANY LTD., Applicant.  By UI-CA8. O. HODG-BMS, Apcent.  Thef da!<<  of tho  fir������t  publication of  thin notice Ih March 10. 90*22.  |no!yflr Men's & Wosssbb's fren Ummfi  Men's Sfeoes, black calfj military heel,.  Goodyear welt,,.... !,... ~  $7.50  Brown   Calf,   combination last, Goodyear Welt .���������.���������.....���������: ;.|...;  :.  9,00  Dark Brown Calf Oxfords  ..���������! 7.00  Women's High TCid O^ls ^..^  7.75  Wp^ofen's Black^Kid tfxfijrds^,.... ..-..^...... 5.50  Womeii's Emwrt^if-'tytto 7.00  '���������.-���������'Baby's Black Kid, biitifan, ^ps&r...J....Zp-.,-.-$ 1.7&  Children's Patent, strap....;.x!   .:..:p..y:....Zi....... 1.75  Children's, in the new^2-Strap Patent  ^Slippers, sizes 4 to^7|-  2.40  Sizes 8 to 10^ .;...... 2.75  Misses^ il'to'2.:'..���������...' :*. .?.  3,25  "Women's Patent 3-bar "strap...  4,25  ��������� Women's Brown Calf^ high....*..            7 50  Misses'Brown Calf Bafe  5.00  Women's Black.Kid Oxfords   .. 5.50  Women's Duchess Calf, 2-strap .���������    6.00  i     ���������...���������������������������  *���������.*���������..   i      :.: *  The above are all New Goods for Spring, at lowest  ���������' ��������� possible pricjs-$tfor goad'Shaes  L  reston Mercantile  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables  Sleighs and Cutters.      Team Sleighs  Single and Double Harness and Supplies  Several Sets   of Second-Hand  Harness  Coal and Wood For Sale.  H.  S. MCCREATH  Rhona SG  Sirdar Ave.  ^Jjjr (U^^J*sSI?CJ\mJmfJlj3  Just reminding you in a quiet way that we can  supply all your needs in the Job Printing lino, and  that we are in a position fco quote you prices on  Counter Check Books, which books Would be  printed   in    a   western   printing   establishment.  UM ���������***.*���������*���������  ������������������*������*������������������'''**���������������������������* -i.41~.*lilii.il0.l>Xi:i-ti40j-*l0m0iliM4tiHm-0l*-*4Ai~,.  i^H^l^fl  nan ;  Fi inters, inst the thing;   a   pair   of  .smoked crlasses/ BeattU'-Qatway, Ltd. j  THE  CI6ESTOH  BEVIEW  V  RE SPECIAL  TIMBER LICENSES  The attention of Timber  License holders who ai*e  taking advantage of the  provisions of the 1,921  Amendment to the FOREST ACT, whereby arrears  of iieensetees accrued ~prior  to 31 st Decern ber, 1920,  have been funded and made  payable in annual instalments, is specially directed  to the fact that any renewal  fee which became due in  1921 is not included in the  instalments above mentioned, and such 1921 and all  sibsequent renewal fees  must be paid wkhin one  year after the date of the  expiry of the license in  order to maintain the right  of the holder to obtain a  renewal of the license.  Local and Fsrsona!  opf Orange lodga. He, 2095  Me*ts THIKB THURSDAY of  each month at Mei-cant������le  Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  BRIO OLSON, W. M  m    SgnogssBs ef     ������  tm~ni fief Rmmimmh  MiniCT^ym jtrlos ot Urst-claea land  reduced to f& an acre: second-class, ta  $2.60 an acre.  Pre-emption bow confined to but*  vsye<3 landa only.  Records vrill be slanted covering only  land suitable for a-ffrtcultural purposes:.  and which is non-timber land.  Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  but parties of not moro than four may  arrange for .adjacent -pro-emptioaB  with Joint residence, but each making  necessary improvements ������n respective  claims. t ���������"'������������������-.  Pre-emptors ansst -occupy claims for  five years and make improvements tc  value of 910 per acre. Including- clearing* and cultivation of at least 6 acres  before receiving* Croxfrn Grant.  Where pra-a������apior in occupation nol .  less than 8 years, and has made proportionate improvements; he may, because of Ill-health, or other cause,- bs  granted Intermediate certificate of Im  provement and transfer his $laim.  Records without permanent residence may be Issued, provided applicant makes improvements to extent of  $300 per annum and records same each  year. Failure to make. Improvements  or record same will operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained In  less than 5 years, and improvements  of 910.00 per acre. Including 5 acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  of at least 2 years aro required, a  Pre-emptor holding: Crown grant,  may record another pre-emption, if ho  requires land in conjunction with his  farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory Improvements made  and residence maintained on Crown  cran tad San<*.  Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding- So  acres,   may  b������  leased as  homesites;  title to be obtained after fulfilling resi  dentlal and Improvement conditions.  Por graslng and industrial purposes  areas exceeding; 640 acres may bo  leased by one person or company.  Mill, factory or industrial altos on  timber land not exceeding 40- acre*  may bo purchased; conditions Include  payment of fltumpago.  Natural hay mendowia inaccessible  by existing roads may bo purchased  conditional upon construction of a road  to them. Rebate of one-half of cost of  road, not exceeding half of purchase  price. Is made.  PRE-EMPTOH8'      FRKB      GRANTS  The avojan at this Aot Is enlarged to  Include an persona Joining and serving with Hfs Majesty'a Forcee. The  time within which the heUrs or devlseeea  of a deceasod pre-omptor may apply  for title undor thia Aot Is extend od  from for ono year from the death of  such person, aa formerly, until one  year after tho conclusion, of the present  war. - This privilege is also mado -Retroactive, A  No fees relating- to pre-emptions are  duo or payable by soldiers on    preemptions recorded after June IB. 1018  Taxes are remitted for five years.  Provision for return of moneys ae****-  erued, due and, been paid: since August  i, 1014, on account of payments, feos  or taxes on soldiers' pre-emptlone.  Interest on agreements to purchase  town or oity lota held by members of  Allied PorooB. or dependents, acquired  direct or Indirect, romittofl firaiia enlistment to March 81. J 810.  ttUD.PURCHAOKR������  OW  CROWN  -0 .   LAN OB.  i-'rovialon made for Issuance of  crown grants to sub-purchasers of  Crown Lands, acquiring: right* from  purchasers  who failed    to    complete  fmrchuBO, involving forfeiture, on fulfilment of conditions of purchase. Interest and taxes, Wlwro nub-nurchas-  era do not claim whole of original par*  oel. pure!* fuse mic* a-uo tvaH tt-xmi man  be distributed proportionately over  whole area. Applications must be  made by May 1, 1020.  anAziNO, *  Oraxlng Act. 1019. I4>r systematic*  development of llveutoolf Industry provides for graving dlsfcrla-ts nnd range  odmlnlwtration under Commissioner.  Annual graslng permits Issued based  on numbers ran fired: priority for wo tub-  ilshed owners. Stock-owners may  form Associations for range manage-  m������nt. PVok-*, W prj-ritaUy Slit-, tn->rs������sntt  for settlers, campers or Iravellers. ur  to ten head.  Waktbd���������Drake; any variety. Arthur North, Sirdar.  "White Wyandotte E-^RS, $1.25 for  14Y F. W. Ash, fcJreston.     .-' .  For Sale���������Baby carriage;, English  ������������ty]e, $20.    Enquire Review* Office.  For Sale���������Ancona roosters, $4  each, at Arrowsmitli'8 ranch, Creston.  Iir. LUlie. dentist, will make his  next visit to Creston from M arch 31st  to April 9th.  Mrs. Charles SS.oi.Teleft oa Thursday  last for a few weeks' visit with old  friends in Kaslo.  For Sale���������Six lovely Rhode Island  Ked pullets, in lay, $1.50 each. Harri-  sow ranch, EHektson.  Have yon had your Easter novelties  put aside? You will soon be too late.  Beattie-Oatway, Ltd.  Fob Sam���������-3-borner coal oil stove;  just what you want for summer cooking.    Enquire Review Office.  Eggs For Hatching���������Rwse ���������cmb  Rhode Island Reds, $1.25 for sitting of  15 eggs.    Mrs. W. V Jackson.  For Sale���������Western Queen range,  good as new, $25. Apply Hayden's  restaurant, opposite Speers' store.  Posts For Sale���������A few hundred  | tamaran posts, peeled and dry. 6 and  ' 9-inoh tops.    Geo. Hobden, Oreston.  J-  Par For Sale���������Babv -Grand Chevrolet,  in  gor-d   shape, price right for  itiimediate sale.    Mrs. W. K. Brown.  The April meeting of fche Presbyterian Indies* Aid will be held at the  home of Mrs. Watcher at 3 p.m., Friday. April 7th.  Oreston merchants inaugurate the  Wednesday half-holiday next week,  April 5th, and ib will remain In foice  until the end of October.  .  For JSale���������Democrat, strong-, shafts  eir pole, terms if necessarytV Also a  treadle sewing machine in good condition, cheap.    Geo. Davie, Oainyon.  -Westbound freight traffic is particularly.heavy just.now: In yaewof the  prospective miners strike on April 1st  ������������������sti OTBUsually large "tonnage of coke is  Uein& handled.  Mrs. Kennedy, who  arrived last fall  i'FtT^n^A^^I^Bft-hfur-the carpenters busv  ��������� ih the efectton   of   a   six-room   two-  story f reside^nice ���������' in   theYP-ark   Road  neighborhood.   :,  ���������,���������*.-���������,  For Sali���������������Verv cjhpice grey mare  o years old. broken* to single and  double harness. ..weight about 1250.  Price $125. C. Blair. Reclamation  Farm, Creston.  A substantial new sidewalk? has just  been put down on the west side of  CYnyon street,, conned ing the Bank of  Cmuruerece with the sidewalk leading  down to the C.P.R. station.  The ladies of Creston's Latter  Day  Saiots Ohisrch are: giving a pie social  and dance in the Parish Mall to-night,  Friday, Marteh 31st, to which all are  invited. Dancing at 8 b^ibck.jGen tie-  men 50 cents; ladies 25c.  Official^announcement Was received  at the end of the week tha t Creston's  sis dsy Qhsuts*u43.utt..will-open on June  16th. Advance polices indicate that  this year's programmes, will be even  better than those presentedin 1021.  Members are reminded,, that the  April meeting of Creston Valley Woha-  en's Institute will be held oii Thursday  afternoon, April 13th, and * one of the  features will be a talk by Miss JSThid-  .don on "Making Organdie Flowers.''  R. G. A. Hockley, who has .spent the  past three months at Victoria^. arc|y*ed  home on Thursday la������*t, He states  the capital is Lhe^slo'west he has seen  it iii the last four years in which he  has been a regular winter yisitor. at  tne coast.-���������'*���������-'    ^:*i*  Next Friday night's appointment is  the. popular "concert  in   the    Grand  Theatre, whicb.is being giyen by the  brass "band. ..... .The- admission   is   50  cents, and an exceptionally attractive  musical and literary programme will  be submitted.'���������?--  Easter Monday's social attraction is  the whist drive and dance under fall  fair auspices in the Parish Hall. Four  attractive prizes:will be giyen at cards  and the best local music obtainable  will play for the dance, which will  start at 11 p.mY"^  <jji  HEWS of kootekays  HORSE  ASTRAY  AT  LISTER  Came to the premises of the undersigned on or about Januacv 1st one  heavy bay horse. Owner can have  same- on paying all expenses. W.  MITCHELL, Lister, B.C.  LAND FOR  SALE  Part East Half of Sublot 72A, Lot  4595,. being 17 hci-ps more or'less. For  information apply Windsoi* Hotel,  Lundbreck. Alta. * v  Is there any  Meat in  the  fflOuise *  This is the first question that presents itself  to the housewife if am  unexpected visitor drops  in for a meal. But why  worry P  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest  Quality  Cooked lHam  Lunch Meat  Bologna, ozc*  m-ii always fco be 'h������ud  here. In moats nothing  qult-n equals 'Shamrock*  products.  O     AA       I JM  tili UU., LIU.  Within a month both -banks at  Greenwood have changed managers.  Cranbrook Methodist church Is 22  years old, and in that time has had  seven pasters.  The rod and gtin clnb would tike a  fifah hatchery established in the Cranbrook district.    .  More swings.and other playground  equipment is being put in at the Cranbrook school this spring.  The provincial, police at Penticton  has collected over $14,000 m motor  licenses this year already Y  A thorough canvass of Cranbrook  citizens last weeis^hetfied al most $800  for the Russian famine fund.  This year it wflrtake at least $40,000  to finance Penticton' schools.    A yeair j  ago only $B|,OjOQ was required. Y.     j  W. M. Harris'has Just been appointed postmaster/? at Cranbrook, and  takes over the v/pi-k on.April 1st.   '.  P  Offlcial notice has been given that  the name of- the Watts burg postoffice  will be changed to Lumherton on  April 1st. :  ���������     . ��������� ��������� "*  Penticton police commissioners  want a new jail erected this year, and  the present lockup  made available for  a dog pound.  The Penticton Herald is informed  tlibt the Government liquor stores wiii  shortly reduce prices on ull lines of  wet goods handled.  Grand Forks has now .two liq-uor  export houses, and a third is in prospect. The town also hns a Government liquor emporium.  At Cranbrook the Women's Institute is urging, the council to make a  generous appropriation wherewith to  beautify the town cemetery.  Cranbrook [ council will require  $110,000 to take care of the municipal  expenditures this year. In 1921 the  total required was about $5000 less.  At Penticton the chief of police has  aisked the attorney general to give the  necessary authority to stop the sale of  nowspapors in  that town on Sunday.  All the frozen \yater pipes in Penticton haye now thawed out nnd the  municipal water delivery wagon was  discontinued the last week  in March.  Penticton has only two poolrooms,  and though tho town Iiub almost-BOOO  population the authorities are reluctant to issuo any more licenses of that  sort.  The lead refinery in connection with  tho smelter at Trail Is to havo its  capacity doubled, nnd will thcri tnrn  out almoBt 200 tons of. refined Dead  each day. ���������'   '  Kelowna growers iiro dissatisfied  with the prices obtained on fruit Inot  year. On a total of $1,182,404 packages shippod the total returns vVero  only $1,280,000.  At   Penticton    arrangements   have  been made for a reduced price on e!������?c  trIHty uupA Por  rook I npj jiinvjn*owee������**iv ������\r*,r\  tho Herald escpocnn to slioHly ecu 200  itlectric raugesj. in use In that -city. ;  SULPHpRAND LIME,JSTOW OH HAND,  Place your orders nowtojet the advanl-  ,   a^e of of present prices.  - .Future supplies  ..   wiii cost us considerably more  than   our  - present selling price, therefoi^.. order uow.  rowers Union, lu.  Fruit Farmer  like the, grsfs greyer, ilse ������?sii fssmis? Sr������ds the  services of a bank iadispessai)Se ia carrring^ on his  productiTe induslry.  If you have to solve financial probleissa in SaaproYing,  Isarvestis^, sMppiisg ������r eoOeefbig pe^aent for your  crops, discuss tne question vita otar focal bsmK manager.  ������������������*������������������'��������� .    .  Ih4PERIAL   EANIC  G. W. ALLAN,  OFGANAAA  CEESTON BRANCH,  Manager.  IB^bW YOUE HERD  Our policy is to assist farmers in increasing   their   live   stock   iioldingSp  and to; secure a  Gall and talk the matter over.,    sa  BANK  Put  ,T-X.  PASDrVP CAPITAL       -        -        $15,000,000  RESERVEFUND = = $IS.QQQ���������.0  eR?OTGN BRANCH. C. <������w SeaEett, Manager.  imperial  Lump Gait Coal  ' always in stocki  TRANSFER    and    DRAYING  \mj fi, -J-.W. J.* '   X V Jl ��������� ������     V      <D~i B.U\JI1  Office:     Opp, Methodist Church.  Phone 56  IF YOU ARE THINKING  OF BUILDING NOW  I Q TPHR TI MPV  X+ZS        .111   Mmmmf 1      JfiXTUL-*     I  I  No doubt you will pay mnore money  for lumber uext year,  WE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF LUMBER  All kinds of Mouldings and Finish  Shingles and Brick  Ask us to quote yon price.  {ijjfjyoj^  |jjra  LllRluSr uOfUpSSSjf  LBlUaiTED  -tjtitjism-tjimiiisseimxei't^vm'* tt^&y^';^fia..K^?B^,fr^  ���������g-s&saasBps*^^  tEHB B������YiaWtEdKESicbN������ B. C  L.J  s  HAVE YOD HEADACHES ?  When your "ears ring, your head  aches, and you seom slightly hjird oi'  hearing, beware of Catarrh. Mr. J.  A. Hammil, -wi-iting* from Greenmount,  P.E.I., was similarly troubled, and'  writes: "No one could have worse Catarrh than I had for years. It caused partial deafness, bad taste, upset  my stomach, made me sick all over.  "Catarrhozone" cleared my nostrils,  stopped the cough and gave nie a  clear feeling in rny breathing organs.  I am now absolutely well, thanks to  Catarrhozone."' Nothing so certain  as a Catarrhozone Inhaler to strengthen a weak throat, to rid you of  Bronchitis, to drive out Catarrh,  coughs and colds. Sold everywhere,  25c, 50c and one dollar for complete  two months treatment. Dealers, The  Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.  g������s^-  ii  Tlie  omesteaders    BY    ROBERT J. C. STEAD  Published  By 'Spe-cial  Arrangement With the Author.  ( C^c\v\ t?Tin c\Z\ \  How he ��������� Harris ��������� wearied by  the long ride in the bright,  thin air, had gone to sleep confidently  with Allan at his. side, and of how he  had suddenly been awakened by a  shot and. had heard Allan spring to  his feet and rush across the floor of  the old building. Then there had  been another shot���������a revolver .shot  this time���������=and everything was darkness, and he could hear only something struggling at the door. Then  he told of his own fight; of how they  had fallen and rolled about on the  rotten floor, and how, in desperation,  he had not hesitated to use his teeth  on the hand of his assailant, who had  finally broken away and disappeared  in the darkness. Then he told the  rest of the story; of his vigil with Allan, of the loss of the money, of the  capture of Travers, and finally of the  arrival of the policeman on the scene.  "Didn'  t it   seem  to   you  a  foolish  thing to go into the hills with all that  money to meet a man you had never  iseen, and buy a property you had never examined?" asked the coroner.  '���������*"    "It wasn't foolishness; it was stark,  "raving madness, as E see it now," Harris   admitted.       "But  I   didn't  see  it  that way then.      It looked like a lot  of easy money.      I didn't care whether there was a- coal mine at all or not,  &r> long as we made bur turn-over to  the New York people."  "But did it not occur to you ��������� that  the whole thing���������-coal mine and irjine  owner and New Yorkers and all���������was  .simply a scheme hatched up to induce  you away into the fastnesses of the  foothills with a lot of money in your  possession?"  A half-bewildered look came over  Harris, as of a man gripped by a new  and paralyzing thought. But he  shook    his    head.      "No,    it    couldn't  have been that," he said. "You see,  Kites, was an old neighbor of mine,  and Mr. Gardiner^ ;tqo, I knew for a  good many years,--'*'���������:������t wasn't like as  if.I had be ensealing with strangers."  "We will go deeper into that matter after a little/' said the coroner.  "It's very fortunate Mr. Gardiner is  here .to add what light he can to the  mystery. We will now adjourn to  the room, where thei younger Mr. Harris iies and hear his evidence. It  would be unwise to-saove him for  some days yet." :  They found Allan partly propped  up In the white bed. His face was  pale, and his hands were astonishingly thin and white, but his mind was  clear, and he could talk without difficulty. He covered much the same  ground as his father had done, up to  the point where the elder Harris" had  fallen asleep in the old building.  "I can't tell you how it happened,  Doctor," he gaidi turning his eyes,  larger now in his pale face, upon the  coroner, "but I think I got very homesick���������I guess I was pretty tired, too���������  and I began thinking of things that  had happened long ago, back -when I  was a little child, .In a little sod  shanty that the old shack In the valley some way s,eem*ed to bring to  mind;- And then I gue^s 'I fell  asleep, tod; but ..-Suddenly- I sat up in a  great fright. I'm not a coward," he  said, -with a faint smile. "When I'm  feeling myself it: takes 'more than a  notion; or a dark night to send the  creeps up the back of my neck. But  I own I sat up there so frightened  my teeth chattered. I had a feeling  that   I   was   going  to he  attacked���������I  rf^nr\ in ft     tr-nrvvxr    "Kxr     tmrTm***}* -m o���������,*-!������*������     3*tr     o      . .��������� ~  ., -r j it  ������*������.. -xxxxij   -rx- ���������^        .   x���������  wild beast���������but something was going  to rush in through that old "blanket  hanging in the door and pounce on  me."   ��������� -.-;;  The sweat was standing on Allan's  face, and he sank back weakly into  the pillows. Beulah placed a glass  to his lips, and the doctor told him to  take his time with his story. The  jurors stood about the bed in silence,  looking from one to the other with expressions that suggested they were  almost in the presence of the supernatural. If the black bag with the  money had slowly risen out of the  floor someone would have Quietly set  it in a corner until Allan was ready  to continue his evidence.  "As the minutes went by," Allan  continued,-after an .interval, "that terrible dread grew upon me, and ray  sense of danger changed from tear to  certainty. Something was going to  attack me through that door! -I raised my gun and took careful aim. I  saw the blanket swing a little; then I  saw the fingers of a man's hand: Then  I fired.  "Perhaps I am a murderer," he continued, simply, "but before God I  know no more why I fired that shot  than you do."  There were deep breathing and  shuffling of. feet as Allan completed  this part of his statement, but only  the coroner .found his voice. "Most  remarkable evidence," he ejaculated.  "Most extraordinary evidence. I  have hever heard anything so obvious-  \ ly sincere and at the same time so altogether unesplainable  shoot this man," she said, "don't  hlaaa-a Allan for it. Xeet ms pay any  price that must be paid."  "Most extraordinary/' the coroner  repeated, after a silence. "Tt seems  to account for the shooting of Riles,  but it leaves us as much as ever���������  more than ever, I should say���������in the  ;dark, concerning the disappearance of  the inbney, and the part which has  implicated the: young man Travers in  the affair."  The banker gave his evidence. It  was not unusual, he said, for considerable sums in bank-notes to be handled  among speculators and land buyers,  but the amount withdrawn "by Harris  was so great that it had left him  somewhat ill at ease, and as Sergeant  Grey had happened his way he had  mentioned the matter to him. ���������'  The policeman shed little new light  on the'case. He had followed the  .party into "the hills as best he could,  taking the off" chance of something  sinister afoot. He had found Harris, with his wounded son, and a prisoner, and a man dead in the doorway.  He had notified the coroner and taken Travers in charge". Here his eyes  met Beulah's. VI don't think there is  anything more to be said," he concluded.  During the hearing of the various  witnesses Gardiner had attempted an  air of Impersonal interest,-but with no  great success.* His demeanour, studied though it was, betrayed a certain  anxiety and impatience. He was  dressed. just as he had dismounted  from his horse, having removed only  his hat. But he smiled confidently  when asked for his evidence, and told  his story calmly and connectedly.  It is eijUite xfUe that he Was associated with Riles and Mr. Harris in  the coal-mine investment. He was  acting for the owner of the property,  but had seen that a large profit was  to be made : from the turn-over, and  had been glad to place the opportunity in the way of two old friends. The  offer from the New York concern was  entirely bona fide; he had the telegram in his pocket at that moment,  notwithstanding the suggestion made  by the coroner, which, if he might say  so, he thought was hardly warranted,  and would not-have been made with a  full knowledge of the circumstances.  The owner of the mine could be produced at the proper moment, if that  became necessary.  "I. feel a grave responsibility in this  whole matter," Gardiner protested,  with some emotion. "I feel that I  am, at least indirectly* responsible for  the serious loss that has befallen Mr.  Harris, and for the injury to his son.  But when you have heard the whole  'circumstances you will agree that the  situation was one I could not possibly  have foreseen. Let me give them to  you in some detail.  "The day before 'yesterday, in company with Rites, I met Mr. Harris and  his son, and found that their money  had arrived. The remittance was not  as large as they expected, hut I believed that I could raise some money  privately, and that we would stilL be  able to put the deal through. . I advised against losing any time, as I  knew that if the owner should ineet  anyone else interested in a proposition of a similar nature we would find  H  Product of Canada. ���������  -It was kndwn many years ago that yeast  is an excellent thing for the many ills that  result Irom d isordered stomach or run down  bEood condition* Lately eminent scientists  have been investigating the matter thoroughly and their conclusions point to the  fact that the beneficial effect of yeast has not  been overrated. The yeast treatment is very  si^nple and economical,.- and altogether  harmless.     -zi:- ?     -  Beforee each meal eat a. Royal Yeast Cake,  -or take a cake dissolved in water or fruit  fuices. The scientific investigators say that  the curative elements in Royal Yeast are  the vitamines and nuc! ein which it contains. It is certainly well worth a fair trial by  those who suffer from any of the ailments  mentioned above. ......  \. **.���������,  Pr  Send name and address for free booklet  "Royal Yeast Cakes for Better Health."  EKGILLEITGOMPAKTMIED  ���������v/imnspes.   TORONTO, CANADA,. SiQum~~~,.  WFZ-.;......*'.   ������ ������.- ������"   .    *1 ������������������.'������������������'������������������"���������'..'.'.eiei.H,  ���������^:v.:::.:i.-.-A>.v'.v:*:. ,*.-: ?; "*:-.:**::-:a;^vv.vK::^^  11,11 .......... i . r   r t *...._.... ,,.,', ,,    - i,a,f|  the country. I heard Gardiner say  ������������������" Jim coloured a little, and"  stopped.  "Well, what .did you hear him say?"  said the coroner. "'That is what we  are anxious to know."  (To be continued) .  Asked Five Dollars  For One Pineapple  "Perhaps it's not so - remarkable," J it much harder to make a bargain  said a quiet voice; and Mary Harris-.1 with him. It was arranged that the  made her way through the circle of.1 two Mr. Harrises were to drive ahead,  men to the side of the bed. She sat] taking the money with them, and that  down on the coverlet and took the Riles and I would follow. We were  boy's hand in hers. It mattered not to overtake them at the old building  how many were looking on;   he was   Avlrerfe the unfortunate     tragedy    oc-  P-eopl& in Vienna Could Not Pay Hi-gb-  Price '-   "     ���������  A man walked into  the bar of one  t of the big hotels "in Vienna the other'  CATAKKH   ' --  . - afternoon and placed a pineapple on  Catarrh Is a local disease greatly  influenced [ the  table.        "One pound     Sterling     OT"  by   constitutional   conditions. HALL'S    CA-      jr. nnfl   l-i-n-rm-n "   lio   dnJri     *-  TARRH   MEDICINE   is   a   Tonic,   talcen   in-    4M'UUU lilonen,     lie  said...  tcrnaiiy, and acts through the blood -upon the j     There was no sale but the incident  mucous   surfaces   of    the   system. HALL'S 1 .      Pz.    ���������.      .   ���������   .,���������    ���������t,���������^ti���������   ������.!.���������������  CATARKH   medicine   assists   Nature  in j serves   to  illustrate  the   chaotic  idea*  restoring normal conditions. I of values prevalent here. An Austrian  All Drugrgists.       Circulars free. ]      ���������,,",,. x   .   ** i'r   ���������     ���������������ir  F. j.^Cheney & Co.. Toledo,-Ohio. smelled it gratefully/remarking; "It's  the    first    one    I    have    seen    slnc������=  Patronize your local merchant and  thereby help to build up your homo  town and community.  1914."  The tea tree is an evergreen plant,-  her little boy again  "You will understand, Doctor, and  some of you men are parents," she  began.- "Allan will ��������� be twenty-five  years old this coming winter. A little less than twenty-five years ago  my husband was obliged to leave me  alone for a considerable period In our  little sod shanty on the homestead  where we had located down In Manitoba. There were no near neighbors,  as we count distance in well-settled  districts, and I was altogether alone  curred.     As it happened, I had a sick  horse at the ranch, and, as I was delayed in getting some medicine for  him, Riles suggested that he would  ride out to the ranch���������that is, where  I live���������and wait for. me there. Up  to that time E had no suspicions, and  I agreed to that.  "Well, -when I reached the ranch, I  could find nothing ot "Riles, and, on  further search, I could find nothing  of Travers, who was working for me.  Their riding horses were gone, and so  Got No Sleep  But now tlie neuritis has gone,  the pains havc ceased, the nervous  system is restore cf and lhc -writer  of tbis letter pay* a grateful tribute  to the medicine v.hich made him  well.  Mr. John Woodward, P.T.O.,  Lucan, Ont,, writes:  "It E-iv������'B me murfi plra*ure to recom-  rrx-nH Dr. C hateY* iTH-dicinc-s, npecialiy  the NWve** Fcj<>ri. J Was a *iu(Ie-r������-r from  neuriti* ior several yrrars, and IrYJ nil  tein<**ta 'A irvnt'Airs, yr-t rn"Y#-r trrtr.rd Xt*  p,rt ar-y E-rrtiVr. At l������ni my nm-ci anrl  whole* !*y������)������*m r.*-r:r,r<J lo *j-*;vi** way  llirfiijcli not l*������-*ir*$������ *������.I> 1 *-- 1-.'> Jie-t any r*rt  or utr.f.r. At ni;,.-J*t*. fr<r pnin. which mr-v-lly  u*"-.*l Ir. Ml<r rr\r- in PI jp.s.'fi of tlir 1 im'������~.  une*! fe-e-L My 11cfvr.1 Would tv.ile*.]*: tilB  my *\vfio!e������ l.evly wniYi -%m-m to J^rk riyl.t  up -.������ I levy in hf'L Aim-*, t ... th<*  I>f.int ol   r:f".|)ft!i*,   1  <PrprrA I   v* oui'l j/:-  \jr,    (. i.il'.r  i    .**..** i **-r*    j  . ���������*,i|,    t\ .... J    Ur'..  m**! nf'.rr f.*el:ini; n*~r-ri,y \ rr"- I l.!i**v*"  tviyetll' fllrn-v.t notrceY aq;nn, I ;ih'i k"-^  ;> \ir.,*f nf Dr, f" \\n x '*  Kir!n������*y-I.  I stood it all right for the first day or j were their ssiddles    and    bridles.      I  two, but my nerves   were    not   what  they should have been, and gradually  a    sU'siaige,    unreasoning   fear    came  upon me.      I suppose it was the immensity  of the  prairies, the terrible  loneliness ot it all, and my own state  of  health,  but  the  dread  grew from  day to day and trom night to night.    I  tried to busy myself, to keep my mind  aotlvf!*,   to throw oil the "spectre  that  haunted me, but day and night I was  oppressed with a sense of impending  danger.       We   had   no   wooden   door  on ihn house; wc hndn't money to buy  the boards to  mafce one, and all my  pretention was a blanket hung in thc  doorway.     I used, to watch that blanket at night; I would light the lantern  and ,sil   in  the corner and  watch thnt  blankf'i.      My fear gradually pictured  to iumli' an nttnok through that door-  way---r didn't know by what: by white  man, or  Indian,  or    wild    boast,    or  ghost-,   or  woiw,   IL'  that  Is  poHSlblo;  my    ������minel    omilel   not   hnlnnf-p llvin^R;  nothing  KfiMiind   1no  unreasonable  or  teTf-nii-e-   io   ^AjH'-r-t,        So    I    Look   the  kuii, i'nel  sat in ilio nornor, and waited.  "A.iiel iiV-ri ut In Hi It nan-IP, I' didn't  .������!������������������������������������' ;i:.yi lilnj.', and I didn't, hear jiny-  ihld^,   l������>tt   I   Scih-w   It,   wn.fi  ihf*'r<������.       I  *,*.(  ���������allf.  on   h,in'8.  iswl  iu\  Ui  if*,'i'J  ������iy   ii-ji.il  Dr. C!;a.*i'*'*, M^rv*1*  J ;������ box, ������'������Il (,l*-..\U-t--. n(  J J{iitc������ <"jt C.n., limited,  l~i\%.  yf\r  J   *���������*+.  YyA,  50c  Hvlnianr/jn,  'Yrirr>fiUi,  iciAPjiiib-'-j-   bow   ti'lKhtpncd   nnd  .*...', (-r.i.. I v,a.i> an that. l;tf-,< mo  1 i.������ ' i! "le>* cum 11������ iiiy ,'.l.'*.;-.hli -.'  !'������ir li to IhniHl. ltMOli'S  t > I j t r i E i. <* 11. in iirnulir.r ii������f> \  }\u\'-. I t'Uoulil hrtvei flrf-d.]  I lifi.i inoinpiit. ] lit-urd my'  , iinel t l<n������*w my hu;,band';i  f    Pit I n i**   "I'll    ol    Hip   jtli'hl'  found that Travers'had taken his re*  volver out ol the house. I confess  my suspicions were then somewhat  aroused, hut I found myself with dhe  sick horse on my hands, and I could  not yery well leave the place. Of  course, I never thought ot anything  so bad as has happened, or I would  not have considered the horse, but I  admit I was at a loss to understand  thoir conduct. But when I heard,  early this morning1, what,, had happened, it was all clear to me,"  IXtrlnK theft latter part of this evidence Travers had ftxod his eyes on  Gardiner, but the witness had steadily avoided him. Jim was now convinced that lie waa the victim, not of  a coincidence, but a plot. Oi! course,  he could give his evidence, which  would he directly contradictory to  that, of Gardiner, but he was already  under Husplclon, and anything ho  miRht say would be unconsciously  rtS-sr-onntnd hy thn jurorn. But ho be-  pan calmly,,a quiet smile still playing  about his thin lips and clean teeth.  "f nm worry I cannot corroborate All  tTiR lnr.t VltnpRH haw said," he eom-  im-nced. "I did not leave the ranch  wiih Kilns; on tho contrary, 1 wu������  llHhhiK flow Bk by the vVvor when J saw  Ttl'lPK ;md Gai-dln-cr ride by. Qnr-  dlnr-r  wnn  lalklnn,   and   I  hoard   him  WARNING?     Say  "Bayer"  when  you  buy  Aspirin.  Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are  not getting Aspirin at all.   Why take chance??  Accept only an "unbroken package" of "Bayer Tablets off'  Aspirin," which contains directions and dose worked out by  physicians during 22 years and proved safe by millions for  Colds Headache Rheumatism  Toothache Neuralgia Neuritis .  Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain  Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets���������Also bottles ol M and 100���������Druggiata,  AopJrln is tlio trades mark <i-cbIstored In Canada) of Bayor Manufacture* of Mono-  ci co tl end tipster ������e SallcyllcacJeJ. While lt Its well known that Aspirin means 33oyeor  ������-nn-nfacture, to ciBfelnt 1 ho piilillc apainBt imitations, tlio Tablets of Bay-ar Company  will bo stumped with their general trade* mark, the "Bayer Ctqsb."  r-r "--.. i ! '.������������������'. ���������--; ���������_ -���������-'. ��������� ������������������������������������������������������?.    "     "���������������  DIRECT  FROM TRAPPER TO  MANUFACTURER  J. SCHWARTZ & CO.  2&6-26S  King St. West  J2.--it.rn.   Largo  $2.00  Dark   ...  Orel Lntiry  MANUFACTURING   FURRIERS  Toronto!  Ont.  1 .urge  $1.50  E.v. Largo  $10.00  $30.00  MUSKRAT8  Med.  Small  $1.00  $1.25  BEAVERS  Largo     Medium      SmnlL  $30.00        ^22.50     ' $12.00  $25.00        $15.00        ? 8.00  Kits  Daiuage-fl  ;in<l Shot  25c-$1.00  C.ood-Unpdmei  .  $20.00$10.00  $15.00-$ 5.00  Wo will hold SUIpporB" Furs tlio necesanry timo Ior them to rotura  remittance if not satisfied with onr grading.  Ship by Express or Parcel  Post. Quick Returns (Guaranteed  Bank References���������Dominion Bank, Toronto.  VV.    li.    u.    UU  I "U'eil    w:iiu-(|  . ;������-.',.iin il   ' le'!  ! ifi'tn*"   I* -''.hi  | l:ui   in-\nf-  i Iiii hi���������*���������'!* t?,\ l|e*i  , viil>"������*,   ;md  rr: re IT"''' "  I 'A\rf    lelVi^i-llt    "lie'ir    f'.V'MI    lllowl.V    f're-illl  I the',  Idee ni tliu  itfrr.t.ii- over' Klic  i;rouri  ; oi"   in' n   ;i *'1'F.jIiIi 0   5n   *!n*   roniii,   imM  tllCH     ���������?��������� '������(ep'*''l     * lll'l.'t     I'l     IIH'i'l      A l In If H.  If������:    '���������.;������������������',    lii I* i * his***;    ii'-r   nn ���������������������>���������*   swell Iy.  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C������:CAC0  OnCHESTBA LEADERS fjw^wwx flMOVlH&WCtUREPIANOPLfcVCUl  5end(orDonca    ^^^^^ggJ^HlSA^ SlNGEilS SenA for  ra-Mba*rliiKanRttteot- Jft^for linenHi   I- J>���������" fo> ^wM������Uh>   ���������������������    ^5^��������� far. ewcMha  ^mmm^4sft voor cte������r/tor/b?- these M������ARST*So/>i^lf/J'Jsfm  <--.lRiatAJ^DIPfiARlFiV^WP'Wint^ r*fcf* ioHK*KT������H"V -PZ t~  5.(^,w������.-������'at������|H������ll.tn������|V.4.|,C^  ~0  ^JaEzJBB^^MSIal^^  l<PAu:jjiiiJiJU������^^.^.*uuuu...  mum.*-.v0m0 0r-.-~.m.-���������iimm*m*li -ll~-AS '  Tui-iiri WiwHwW  P-il  .41  m.������0..,.0m.imi  '^mLtikLliji^^  mmm  HWM  mmmm  im  ���������EH r t A^  ^=J**~���������I  BEAUTY OF THE SKIN   }  la the natural desire of- every woman, 1  ana is obtainable* by the rise of Dr. * I  Chase's*Ointment. Pinaplea.blackhcadB,  xoughuuss and "redness of the skin.  Irritation and eczeiruu disappear, and  ���������she skin is left soft, smooth and velvety.  All dealers, or Ee3m*anson, Bates & Co.,  Eilzmted, Toronto. Sample tx-e. if yo*o  mention this paper.  ���������7"  ���������Z3C  The Submarine Evil  Almost Useless Except for Attacks on  Merchant' Shipping  If -tve are to build submarines, and.  even more submarines than before the  war j naval competition .-will be per-  petuated in a new and dangerous I  form. Nor can we' regard the re-.  strictions on thcir use which have  been accepted at Washington as a  sufficient - safeguard against their future misuse. The restrictions are of  importances and we do not doubt that -  they have been adopted with sincerity, but such rules have been made before and then broken,.by nations confronted with imminent defeat. Experience has proved that submarines  are almost useless except for attacks  'on merchant shipping, and if we are  'Te3������lly:vdSterig3nea io rule out* sucli attacks from among the more hideous  possibilities of warfare there is fonly  one-way to do it, and that is to scrap  tiie .submarine.**���������Leondon Observer.  4^- Mk  s  1  %_J K I A  ��������� -i .m     tm    at   S     B  For Infants and Children  1st UMm For Over 3������ Years  Always bears  the  Signature of  MzZgz  rfA.^  POISON STOREHOUSE  IN EVERY HO  Japan -will eslabiieU a ^csentinc  laboratory on the :Sputh Sea Islands  co studj*- typhoons.  The new automatic phone service  has been inauguratffe ZZ*K thej city; ^of  Lethbridge' at-*a .cbsfc-bf- 025jQi(JO.   ^  Twenty-one drillers have left Petro-  lea foV the oilfields of Mesopotamia.  They -will be engaged '-by.' the Anglo-  Persian Oil Company,  Orders directing the return to the  United States by July.1 of alt troops  now quartered on the Rhine-were issued by .Secretary Hughes.  Rum-runners along tlie Canadian  border, will; be ���������bunted... by wireless, according to advices hy Commissioner  Haynes from Col. Roy C. Vandercook,.  head of the Michigan department of  public safety.  .The  German  steamer  Antonio Del-  fine*  arrived at Boulogne^ from ^Hani-  ! burg arid emt>arl������ed " passWgeW and  mails for, the voyage to Buenos Ayres.  She is the first Transatlantic vessel  under tlie' (ierman "flag to' call at Boii-'  logne since the war in regular'service.'  Gejorge .Richardson,   who   bleyv   the  ^chargeYwt^^ rode  up to the������guns;:at-|l%laclava,, .died're-  l;cently at YLiiverpobC'. it is' believed  that, he is the last of th^ gallant Six  Hundred. He, ^ffo^sesSediIJS^medsilsv  given .for valor. -? yy.y yi'Zjj... -ZZ, 'ZiZZ  The hydrographic Office of the U;S.  Navy Dept. issued;a warning to mar-  iners that thev North Atlantic steamship lanes; normally used from February 1 to" August 31, may be rendered hazardous by the presence of extensive ice fields.  "JPapa" Maiss, who was reputed to  be the oldest schoolmaster in the  ���������wbrld on the active list, has just retired on his well earned pension, aged  90 years. He had been a teacher  for 70 years and absent from his desk  only 12 days through illness.  \ ou may not think so. but that's  what happens to every one of us  when the kidneys are -affected. The  kidneys are the filters that remove  from the blood the waste matter; that  acts, like- deadly poison on the viialliy  and. 'heaitli -of th e system. Dr. Hamilton's; Pills stimulate the kidneys, expel fermenting matter from| the  bowels, restore the liver and stimulate all excretory organs. No medicine will clean up the system^ tone  the blood, make you feel fit and fine  as' quickly-as Dr. Hamilton's ;Pills.  Useful and needed in every liome.  Dr. Hamilton's Pills of Mandrake and  Butternut, 25c dealers, or The Catarrhozone Co.,  Montreal. '  WHSt*<5   Packers   Handle ' B.C.   Herring  All herring packing is now completed and there are only about l.OOO'.tons  left in the market to be moved to the  Orient, Already 25,000 tqns have  gone forward to that destination. Over  50 per cent, of tlie herring packed in  British Columbia.fthis year was processed by white packers. ". Pour years  ago Japanese packed 100 per. cent, of  this dry-salt cured herring,"but last  year this Wa������ reduced to 70 per "cent,  and this year to 50 per cent.  Beyond Possibility  It    will --be    time for Germany to  squeal if she is ev.er compelled to pay  as many marks to France as she left  there.���������Philadelphia North American.  ii Yoa Have Neuralgia  Rub oa "NerviKne"  Apply Nerviline to the sore spot.  Notice the .warm glow that spreads  deeper and wider as Nerviline's soothing influence is carried deep into the  sore tissue. Y How quickly the pain is  cased. In a -little while you have  . forgotten 41 Ythe soreness lias actually goneY For neuralgia, sciatica,  rheumatism, Nerviline is4 a boon.  Large 35c bottles.     Sold everywhere.  ������. ,JVfi\ierZti Worm.Powders act so thoroughly, that.: stomachic" and intestinal  worms pass;fre������jm tlie?child without being; noticed knd without ^inconvenience  to the sufferer. They are painless  an,d perfect in -action, and at all.times  ' will ^bO*-found, ;;r a . healthy.*:-. n������edieine,  strengtlienin:g..';*;the" ; infantile stomach  and maintaining it in vigorous operation, ; soYthat, besides being an effective vermifuge, they are tonical and_  health-giving in their effects.  Irrigators to Meet  Convention    to    be    Held    at; Maple  * Creek andBrooks in July  The annual convention of the Western Canada^Irrigation Association for  the present. year will open at Maple  Creek, Saskatchewan, on .Wednesday,  July 26th, aind two days later will  move to Brooks, Alberta. Some jf  the most prominent irrigationists on  tlie American Continent are being invited to address the convention, and  in view of the growing importance of  irrigation iir* Western- Canada the  meeting is promised to be largely attended. The largest single_ irrigation project on the American Continent is in Alberta, and irrigation development is going ahead at a rapid  pace.        - * ,: ��������������������������� ., .*  BABY'S HEALTH  N THE SPRING  The spring is a time of anxiety to  mothers who haye little ones in the  home. Conditions make it necessary  to keep the baby indoors. He is often confined to overheated, badly ventilated rooms and catches colds which  rack his whole system. To guard  against this a box of Baby's Own  Tablets should be kept in the house  and an occasional, dose given the  baby to keep his Stomach and bowpls  working regularly; This will prevent  colds, constipation or colic, and keep  ba.hy well. ; The Tablets are sold by  medicine dealers or by mail at 25  cents a box from, The* Dr. Williams'  Medicine   Co., Brockvillej   Ont.  inincsicu us nr esterrt t,anaaa  to  American    Farmers   Are   Anxious  Take Up Land H-ere  (By G. C. Porter, of Winnipeg)  Minneapolis, Minn.���������Canadian  Gov-  Ittll FAIN IHSIUKB  ������011 SLEEP?  O ***������ "���������'���������VI-j-vv*-. #���������  Ac&n^iiSH    sst    ihk  THE  pain and  torture  of rheumatism ecan be quickly relieved  hy   an   application   of   Sioarrs  Liniment.   It brings warmth, ease and  comfort and lets you sleep soundly. ���������  Always  have a Lottie  f-an&y   and  ters from points as remote as Calif or- (    apply -when you feel the first twinge.  nia and Florida, from    farmers    who ''        I- penetrates viiihozu rubbing.  want    to    move to Western Canada. I    A. Jt's splendid to take the pain out of  r, ~ ,, ��������� . t    tired,   aching   muscles,   spiams   and  Some o������ them are from men who went!    strains, stiff joints, md !ame backs.  the   railroad   Natural   JResources   De-I  partment Agents, are in receipt of let- J  to those States as recently as three [  years ago to try fruit growing, iured |  there by advertising companies own- i  ing large acreage. . They are dissat- j  isfied, and are anxious to get back  North.  Must Be More Co-operation  For forty years pain's enemy.     As I  your neighbor.  At all druggists���������35c, 70cf $1.40,  Made in Canada. _        g*  _  Co-operation _by the people of West!  X^i*-:-/-*rL������trLx'An <��������� Lr.~jr3'-������0-'P~L. Ly~,-~py:J~.^:x.y^j?.:L?'l.^r~t  erh Ca.na;da ahd'[more co-operation::iii\:  helping get settlers on the land is] 3 is sald Ital5r's perfume mauufec*  what the railroad men, immigration turers. consume 1,860 tons of orange  Government agents and real estatej'Wosiom, 830 tons of roses, 150 tons  men   with  whom  I  have  talked   em-|eacl1 of jasmine  and violets,  and  15  phasize as a prime essentia.1 if the  Eull advantage is to be taken of" the  trend, .that Pis setting ih from the;  States towards the vacant lands over  the line.  How it Can B������ Done  Howard Everett, president of the  Luce Leand" Company, speaks with  wide experience in this held.. He told  me of. the days when the Leuce Company was taking thousands into Saskatchewan. They looked after their  particular settlers and helped locate  them on the land.' There was not  the co-operation and help for those  now. arrivals -that he would like to  have seen and such as is necessary if  every settler taken in Is to be anchored to the soil. The machinery was j  not there for the co-operation purpose, j  The spirit of encouragement was |  there but there was no organization.  Mr. Everett did not think that this  should be left to haphazard chance^  There should be organized bodies to  meet these new comers. If the people  were worth advertising for and worth  sending highly paid agents over the  country for, they were worth-taking  care of until settled when thej- arrived at their destination.  More Attention at the Border  tons of jonquils annually.  Lift Off with Fingers  Radium   Expert. Dies  Professor    Johan    F.  Fischer, who  was popularly credited with knowing  more about radium than any other  man in Denmark, has just died at the  age of 54,  He paid a' heavy price for his  knowledge. While experimenting in  tadMum he lost several fingers. In  1921 he visited America.  The Beginning of the End  Petrograd,  named  in  honor of the  Czar Peter the Great, who built it, is  to be renamed Lenigrad, a Moscow  dispatch reports, in honor of Lenine,  who unbuilt it.���������Topeka Capital.  Minard's   Liniment   prevents   Spanish  Flu  Attached to  the  Aquarium in New  York City is a hospital where fish are  treated for their ailments.  When Will. There Be A\  Jjts���������iTTiitcifnefit of Kjtmiits inhles ?  Suppose everybody would  recognize the fact that there's no  gain but much loss in keeping  up hostilities with the stosnach!  Suppose the ancient aggravation o^ improper food on indignant digestive organs should be  settled "with guarantees of sensible diet and tranquil digestion!  The saving would be beyond  all possibility of counting.  Yet millions go on declaring  vtrar on the stomach and accepting war in return���������-loading up  on starchy, heavy, unbalanced  and highly-seasoned  food at breakfast or  lunch ���������and wondering why comfort, happiness, and effictencj'  are out of reach.  ���������I^uiu*,  *"��������������������������������� ~*t*m *C������,  POOD   .���������*e*ONe(������MV  Grape-Nuts makes a friend  of the taste and an ally of the  stomach.  There's a charm and satisfaction to this delicious food  which prompts appetite to say,  ''There's a mealt1' and digestion  to answer, "Thank goodness,  here's peace at last!"  GraperNuts is the perfected  nutriment of wheat and malted  barley���������sweet, crisp, and wonderfully nourishing. It digests  quickly, and provides the necessary elements, including the  vital mineral salts, for body,  nerve and brain.  Order Grape-Nuts from your  grocer today, and let a delighted  taste pass a treaty of peace along  to on enthusiastic digestion and  assimilation. N  Many of the men with whom ������ have  talked emphasized another weakness  that is proving most, expensive. It^J  is the handling of emigrants going  into Canada when they are at the border. , Y' Oi ,course,*,tU'er.e...'must -be immi-  gration^bfflcer^C toi interview  people  seeking admission -to Canada,  Doesn't hurt a bit I Drop a littla  "Freezone" on an aching corn, instantly that corn stops hurting, then shortly you lift 'it right out with fingers.-  TrulyJ  Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of  "Freezone" for a few cents, sufficient  j to remove every hard corn, soft corn,  ior corn between the toes, and the cat-  l Tuses, -without soreness or irritation.  MONEY ORDERS  It is always safe to send a Dominion Express Money Order. ITive dollars costs three  cents.''    ' <���������   *    '  INVENTORS- NOTICE  ���������.these  ���������-  pV^OU  tan  make  money  in  having that  ' -������������������      XPEA  PATENTJS������>.       We  wiii  place  hut   oh p.   Tttsmsninr.   (������nvtAi-nm*xt\+   a ft*t*. I KP*ur PATENT before the proper MANU-  DUl one dominion ^overnmen^ agen^ ^actusekS and BUYEKS.     send tor  told me that last year 250 being sent  into the prairies^ to go on farms were  turned back at the border by the Can  adian. Immigration officers. Those  familiar with the working of the Government Immigration Bureau in the  States* assert that they think a certificate from any one "of these agents  issued to a prospective settler in order that he can get his cheap railroad  ticket on arrival in Winnipeg, should  be sufficient evidence for the admission of such person on arrival at the  border without further information.  FREE X.IST of IDEAS to be II-JVEM'TED.  The  RAMSAY  Co.  ARNPRIOR Patent  Solicitors    ONTARIO  aby s Own  Soap  Hard and soft corns both yield io i  Holloway's Corn Remover, which is ]  entirely safe to use, and certain and'  satisfactory in its action.  Poise and Brains  No  Grape-Nuts���������the Body Builder  "There's a Reason''  Mtfcila* hf C-n-ilimt- P^luieiu C*ff������(*l Co., Ltd.^ Wlndwor, Oimu  fi  Pcopl*  on   Earth   Hav*   Political  Talent Equal to the British  The British are a very great people.  The marriage of Princess Mary is  only another example of how they  manage to do the right thing before  the iinal crack of doom. Remember  the world war and how the British.  Empire came out of it bigger than  ever. Look at Ireland���������for year--;  given up as hopeless. Think o. Balfour coming to Washington and putting acrosa the four-power treaty,  while getting tho naval holiday, and  going home with both Japan and  America the sjviorn friends of old John  Bull. No people on oarth today have>  political talent, experience and sldll  equal to tho Brltloh. Congratulations to the former Prin'oesH, now a.  humble Viscountess; and, if you  please, felicitations to old England on  lead Ins the world }imt bs- poise and  bralnH,���������Springfield Republican.  3es������  Tor]3a������nf  \ I     I Best  V ' forYott  ������  .ace.  hands  ss. body  la-ther -tUem  kfreety wiih  Baby s Own Soap  5jjJo-^������  M.M*f  1DAPK   L������-.l*.  *Vm   M.1UIL  mm  Her Baby Girl  Bad Fearful Eczema  **lf mothers only hncio  the value ofD~D. D."  ���������mAtmm~-tt~. A- Aahbyof VACh������rl*s St. V... Tat-  otste*. Write* htst for tha story of Itovr O. p. D.  rclicred her bahjrof * bead eiuoof mt~~emt~ th*t  completely covered tho tie-ul and fitoe.  We keep on pabllthlnr thexe ���������Is.temrnl*  "���������reeJtlyfrom all part* of eCanacU, tcllinr tst th**  really nsrveloui rr������n)U necured by the liquid  -muli. Way not ret a bottle of D. D. D. today  ������noarpo������itl*e (ra*rantecF lttsXpoet tikemaoic  tlM a bottle.  Try JO. D, D. Soap. too.  Worms sap lhe stron^th and uuder-  ���������m!n*f the v!ta!My of children..    Strts-s;-  thon  them by usIiir  Mother OraveH" j  Worm ExtcrmLnator to drive out tha*  parasites. I  ffl������ lotidafiir SKIn Diseases  If you cannot call at a local dcaloi'a  wrllrt to tho I>.I>.B. I.ril.oratorlft-'. 3.>cpt.  W U-It*, 21 L.ynll Ave. Toronto, nnd llu-y  will Bend you frto trinl l>ottl������ if yon on-  closo Kit-, which merely jmy-e for poHtng������  and pacUlnjj.  i&jmamzmumMm"  Knives   hav������   been   :|nvt������*nte������l <o ho  attached to cultivators  weeds.  to    cut    off ij  I  America'���������  I������lone#ir  Xiou lte6ir������e;dl������jj.  HOOK  OK  DOO   rUSP.ASKS  nn-3   ITO-.V   to  Vat-d  Moiled   Fre<;   to tiny  Addre������������ toy tlw*  Author  II.   CI.AY   OI.OVEH  CO.,   t*IC\.  tS������     Wt-nl      Fourth  Street,  New York,  ir.F.A.  Mlnard'-o    LlnBment  Colds  for   Couah    ant.  i  \V.    N.    V.    Iil8  ���������Wi  ......  ���������'/���������  ���������J������A*ii^rtj)sW*S.7*.fASi.VrfS*,*(e-.*;������  iilielMMCTiwW&i  mm  mmsmmsmm  mtfft i")iii������Tifi'  mmmm Local and Personal  feOisr Easter goods are goings fast.  Better haye yours fc>et aside.���������Beattie-  Oatway, Ltd.  The illustrated lecture dealing with  missionary woik in,,Indja, which was  given in the Pai-tsh :,H^_ oipTue^ie%y j  night, -was fairly -wei|||ttejQJaed. f "j������n *  excellent lot of pictures wj&re shown,  and the evening proved both enter-  taing and instructive. 4--���������     -���������'.  Oranbroqk  Courier:     The   Courier  learned this week of  the wedding of  Miss Patricia JPajb) Carlscin,   formerly-  of St. Eugene  hospital  nuryina; staff,  ahd  Mr. R. R. Piper, the  well-known  XHE   CBJBSTeS   REVIEW  accountant, which took place afc Port  land, Ore., some time ago.  -**, .  To-day is the last day on which to  mail yonr Dominion Income tax_ re-  turns, and Monday is the last day on  which yon can have your name placed  on the provincial voters list for the  s^ing>evisibnv'":'i-;.Y   -:*'"    ZZ-  -'tJominehcing this week Creston  Bakery will hav-^ice cream on sale  every day in the week *n the refreshment parlor. - MrYNorris is bcc upying  his enlarged quarters end now has one  of the tidiest and best appointed ice  crean: pjirlbre in tlse Eeotenays.  A meeting of the executive of the  Creston   Valley    liberal   Association  ?-*-?���������-   JL  w  fpHE CRESTON HOTEL, J^as been  undergoing  V-k*    a course of remodelling and refurnishing for  for the past fivp months and is now ready to  accommodate the public.    -������������������..;* *-  fpVEE-Y BEDROOM has been thoroughly reno-  \C vated, repainted and refurnished throughout.  ; The Dining Room and \Kitehen Ijaye also  been remodelled, and the Office i& large and  spacious. -'���������*'���������  *;  mm a  Open on and after April 1st.    Afternoon  Tea from 3 o'clock to 5.  Dancing every Evening  except Sunday.  ���������::.- P ".     0 3 Z      ���������' '  ..-*.-  Soft Drinksj  Cigarb,  Cigarettes, Tobaccos.  IE HAVE MADE these innovations for the  comfort and convenience of the public, and  feel that  the people of  Creston and vicinity  will appreciate our efforts to give them one of the  best hotels in the B.C. interior. ,...:,.  E. H. SMALL, Manager.  Try the Drugstore First  To Whom it May Concern  In bhe springtime fche natural inclination is to got out  and have a wholesale cleanup of tho back yards, homes,  farma, etc., ������o as to be in perfect readiness for the  season's operations.  So much far that;  But how  about Yourself?  Do you ever give a thought to your own health i    Thia ib tliu  time when yonr system ia run down, out of sorts, unable  to perform its functions properly; iu fact hi n, atato cff  general debility, and in need of a general oleiinin# and  toning up.  What you n������cd  w ������������ Spring; Tome uj Henri you Slitting* armuikri  like a carefree butterfly.  Br ATTIC  eOeATtAMIV    Hi  mb jr&   III bb w I I WM   ���������   uffma mm W I  I  4^0. *~^   ar.->   T rt      *W   WM .?i#  turn,  mx   .tit   ~m  Mw-titaititi   W������ 0-.tx.it rn  Specialty.  mimnm*fomtim~w������imi\mm*mii  run..  tr* ,.......  Jl    .t*t04lt-   Ax0*K--l tLAS-trl-M  Prompt A Mention  a-mt  tvill be held >in the Board 'ofTrade  rooms on Tuesday night to make *ar-  rangeuien ts Sir the. m eetlifg ��������� of the  Kaslo YBidEng Liiberal .Association,  which will be heie on Friday, April  7th."-  ^ Rev. J.   Knox   Wright,   ferayelling  Becw'fcaryjljjjpr*;-|fc*e Canadian Bible 'S&-  ciety9 ip^r^^ree oa^his .apnualYvisi* ���������  on Th^p^ay night, April 6th, and will  give an illustrated lecture in the Pres-  by^rian^hjarch that evening, commencing, at^S e^'clock. . Admission is  fcfw. ��������� Y-YYY YY ~?    .' , Z'-:- '?.'? "���������  **������������������"���������-Prle driving commenced on the new  bridge eonf.be Mission Bbad on Friday  last. Bridge foreman Jas. Johnston  is in charge off the work, and is employing a crew of about seven men.  It will likely be. early in May before  the bridge will be complete and ready  for use. Y  AU the baseball players and fans are  reminded of the annual meeting of  Cieston Baseball Club wfiich will be  held in Speers' Hall on Monday,: evening. April 3rd, at 8 p.m. 192Vjvaathe  town's banner year at baseball, and  the outlook foi* this year is equally  promising.  Owing to a delay in fche shipment of  the film, "The Golden Snare," there  was no showing of that picture at the  Grand on Wednesday rnight as previously advised���������much to the disappointment, of a-.large crowd, which  is always in evidence at these Wednesday night special attractions.  A meeting of the town businessmen  was held in Speer?' Hall on Friday  night, when an address was delivered  by B, Pe^ps of Vancouver, tvayelling  secretary of the Retail Merchants Association of Canada. Another meeting will be held to-night to discuss the  organization of a branch association  here. .*,.."��������� '  Sheriff Doyle of Nelson was a. business yisitor here on Saturday for the  purpose of disposing' of the portable  sawmill plant of. the Homeseekers'  Agency, which was in operation at  Wynndel last year. The sale took  place at the Creston provincial police  office, and the plant'was disposed of to  J. B. Winlaw.      T '"', -  The next meeting of Creston Local  of tbe United: Farmers Js- announced  for'S$ond.ay,':^{pEdrYlQtfa, at 8 p.m.  President Quist basta. live committee  at work mapping ''out a program for  the season's rneetirigsi and some interesting sessions may be: looked for,  Quite a large order for powdier  was sent in this week.       -  A. L.. Walker of Fernie, D.D.G.M.  of District No. 8, will pay his offlcaal  visit to Creston JSjIasonic Lodge on  Wednesday evening next. After the  lodge session, which, will include conferring degrees, there will be the usual  banquet and speeclj-roaking, and a full  turnout of members and visiting  brethren is hoped for.  Jas.. Adlard left the 'fore part of tlie  week for Kamloops where he is in attendance with the special committee  of the provincial United. Farmers that  has been entrusted .iwitir' the task of  drafting the platform upon which tlie  new party the farmors -win form Will  appeal to the people ab the next  B.CYprovincial election.  Cranbrook Courier: Alex. Emery of  Greston, the man who has been at the  pearly gates on numerous occasions  and who has the proverbial nine liyes,  is in the city for a. few days tn business. .Mr. Emery haa acquired four  lots in the town of Oreeton, and will  shortly branch out In the poultry  business on a small scale.  Notformnny years haa the expert  of eggs been as heavy at this season as  is tho case at Valley points at present.  Usually there la at least n dozen cases  to go out bv freight En the Tuesday  heated our service, as. well as quite  heavy shipping by express. A weekly  export of almost 600 doscens of eggs  would not bo too generous an estimate  of the outgo of hen frqifc at present;  Tho promises opposite tho new  Speers* store, until lately occupied as.  the Asher photo gallery, are being re-  modolled and renovated and on Saturday Mrs. vO. -Haydon will open them  up na the Creaton Cafe. Meals will be  Boryed at all hours between 7 a.m. nnd  10 p.nu., and .afternoon tea and lunch  may also hi* had, s FlrBfc-claas service  will bo glyon iind charges will be mod*  orate,' '  A meeting of delegates from all the  Liberal,Associations in fcbo Kualo tiding will be bold at!0hiS8ton on Frlctay  aft-umjoon next "for* the ptirpoBO of ro-  organising the clistilct association. ������el-  eciing del-rgntca tm tlio provincial convention In N-sslson, in H-Xtm������, aind dntft-  Ing reHohittonn to bo HubmltttMl to the  iijj Mrfwit������n.������������l ^aC<htm'1ii|-{. Abo mL- 4*������h tieS  egaten aire <ex pected from tho north  end of tho Hrling-,  Messrs. Adlard: and Littlejohn have  just completed tbe rounds of the area  embraced in the. nea' Astow Creek ir^  rigation district and have been successful in getting the signatures of  fully two-thirds of the assessed valuation to their petitions fayoring the  project, and the petitions have been  senti ori to_Victbt--ia.: ;;. .The new irrigation district comprises almost 22200  acres with an assessed value of close to  $500,000v ^  AngHcan Ghursh Ssrvscss  Official ''airtBouincement':'.wais.'':'*inade  early in %h0> week of the appointment  oif-Jimm^-'IibcBcbead to succeed F. K.  Hurry In charge of the Kootenay  River ferry. The appointment should  prove a popular one all round. The  new ferry man has a reputation for  Courtesy ancl a willingness to oblige  people and, in addition, isjweeli qualified to look after the engine and other  ferry equipment. He starts work  to-morrow.",.  HATCHIWJQ EGGS  SUNDAY, APRIL 2  CRESTO^f       ^y."--    BRICKSON  10 a.na. and 7.30 p.m. ���������;        3.00 p.m.,  kxmw -~-tt~\  :   1.25  W^HITE^#YAWllOTTES ~~.  SLACE^lKOBeA9^_^_'���������J  S.C. W5CITJ! LEGHORNS���������  per setting of J5 eggs. All from  sxcellent or prize stock. .--,.���������- P. G.  EBBUTT. Creston.  r  FOR ONE WEEK ONLY  '���������'*.'.������������������'  15 Patfps to Cndoss imoi  Priced regularly at 30cv a* yard-  Light ai^d <3ark colors..  ��������� " Y> -"' .- ' * .  Priced thus for cash selling ottly.  You must see the goo^s to  the sterling values wegafe  MAWSOM! BROTHERS  Better Seryice  General Merchants  i-.~'?JL?-',i--'-h-.-.   .'    -���������-..-.-  ,    *   *':t-:--*  ^g^Bmiaammamtamm^ammmimm  Lower Prices  HnWHaSKnmHBHBGHri  Y-* -u-i.^*^-  X'..  _ \iftf,~~-^&4XmLM.M. BxM.  ImW^kxP-Jr ������������������������������������'������������������ "���������      . ��������� '   'Jt  Reiquisites  .D^pito':-^ntn^^ii^1^e conditions, all the outward  and yisibfo:sigi0 iiii1aiisMi?ably-indicate that spring is due  anclvt|be '.m^%^^^^0^il^z'i^^fxAz hotisewife instinctively  tura*fet!^^5^^  : It's Hot a jbifc too early to lie sizing up the situation���������  and wh,^n it comes to the purchase of any needed helps*  or supplies this store can be of real service to you. Sonne  of:the things you will probably be rsquiHiig jar^ '_.".  Paints, Varnishes,, Stains^ Alabastine  ture   Polish,   Scrub   Brushes,   Soaj  Lye,  Washing  Powder,  Old  Dut<  Cleanser,   Ammonia    Ponder,   m.  and all the other things requisite and  necessary  for effective effort.  We stock the best goods made, and our prices wil| stand  comparison with atty and all competitors.  S. A. SPEERS  GENERAL  MERCHANT.  OS  TTie Mechanical ;Excellence  or Y pur Ciar  depends upon the care it) gets;  Let us overhaul it, and put it in almpo for  the spring season.  Authorized Ford Service,    A full line of Accessories,  Tyres, Sgajp Parts, <&c.  We aro equipped to do Pipe Cutting and Threading, and  carry a well-assorted stock of iPipe Fittings, etc.  ,,...  , ������������������  fiRrKTOra xFRIIlCF KAKSHF  *tQfa- im N ������tm~t Hgu   Q   ^tst*> eH \HI mtilP P"Hl# ������i  ml  ti^arCnM      ^^raf M.B ���������tt*������(B^a5'tea*  'JLtOQATB' BROS.  PHONem


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