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In the waj? *i������f  yocal and instrumental music a^arieds  assortment of .selections wei-e presented, and if one were to judge bpthe applause the most popular features were  Mrs. Foreman's song and dance,  and.  Messrs. Xi. Kyle and George,   Bill and  Percy Truscott, the   wizard   oil   min-.  stetifiS. w|i������s-'*~f\~~~~   &he aic  of a.sslteleie  and banjo   manipulated   by   the   two  former, put oyer some old time southern    melodies   in    poactical   fashion.  Amongst    the   vocalists   the   hohbf-s  were diyided between A. B. Spencer  and   Mrs.    Foreman   and   Jas. Jory.  Th*������ latter gave   "Alice, --WhereY Art'  Thou." in duett pleasingly,   while Mr.  Spencer is roundly   praised   for -Jbo^fc;  his solo offerings, being heard to particularly .floe ad vantage io   ������������������On ^the  Road'to ^|u^ae^a5^,,   which- number  Chautauqua patrons will recall as having been   featured   by   Smitbey,, the  baritone.    1ST. Truscott  got   a  great  hand in his louder Ashe's the Girl for  Me," in which he was accompanied by  the band, and the usual hearty reception was accoroed B������   B.   Staples who  also contributed a "focal number.. Jas.  Finiay of Lister contributed a cornet  solo and encore, in the Jatfcer favos-ing  witb *<rhe Itosary," which  was a well  deseryed fayorite of his dts^ble hufinfe-  er.    Feed Smith put one oyer on the  crowd by havinfl his Jet black opossum  make a couple  of circuits of the stage  when the coon -paradeY ite*t^,^;*Yihe  programme ;*owas:.. ������M*o������^e3e^Y^3eoi'  -Dayle-of Canyon* ..0ity,ga^-'-^ftjaeejE*  the wove Ybeing rnade by/ Messrs.  Frampton aniT Burgess." The "movie  was quite spectacular, D. B. Peterson,  who was called on for assistance on  the job*' providing -poiiie wild -vrest  c .ttle handling feats *at--*.tefee'iworB, and  thereby, speeding tup Ythe transfer  which befen^ his arrivaX,lo������iae(3| like an  all day job due to the safety tii-st ideas  In yoked by the two elder Lister Stoek-  men. ��������� ;' *;:Y. '���������������, Y  John Bayis. another jof "-iiie settlers  who' have been at Kimberley J^i- some  time got back last month. - YSe ingoing quite heavy into beekeeping, starting oil with about ten hi yes of the  honey makers.  -jf-, t  ^'ZZ'Z^.ZS'''.Z-Z,Z:-.-Z  UtT expected"  ere is quite  triAtxaAxxn Inina*  ���������"-'i.:. :���������������������������' ~~ ���������  '^.r^^^^Mi,  ���������  ^^^tt^^l^iai^^4'-'^  tt-shOT^ing of-diiit^te^pd  of ithe*iltil|i|h^'" "*  ..  Roads -tis  a:  K3S-0..r-.B  0-x-*rrfi:������ri--irxt~  0,ixrm~  i.a*v0AtB~%ra.   dcC*  &. ��������� y*a  ..' J i~ ~L-  tne   weea    D.  4. je.'UjEj.a,*.^ atniicu   bi  tion the latter part of  Fraserbeing about  the  lirst to start  turning the soil.  Some of the-camp equ'prrtent o:  for sale by the Land Settlement Boai-d  is being purchased locally, the houses  being in good demand, and are heing  acquired under,lhe provisions Or the  provincial live stock loans legislation,  with a 20 per cent, cash payment at  .time ������f purchase. .      ._;',V*;  Fred Powers and J'F. U. Thompson  have taken the contract of putting a  fence a������*������nnd :the saiwrnill pr*������i  and are now busy at the woti  B. Thompson-/.is' keepihg   busy   at  present nn a logging contract he has  ���������secuB'ecS;'-fpcHiB' "^iih'law *fc ~hjx~.  Jtjxmx.,: tit, j.*^ -XL-*~-~0^L.~~~-W~t-i   -SmmL~.-mx0xi~~t.  *ucHV;V*e>e! ���������.A&tr.a^-.vxK^x-00n-y_0*j$a~iAtMa0BX������ .  pmjp*r ���������..-���������?���������������������������  *^^oO;::a;ee^ not .what.  y6������:;������-^$d-^ who  are, h^gSs^^^|^^;il^ihg' -to do:co'h>  :rfd������r������hi^-^imib^|fe Nick   is  jHridlng^r^^^^^i/for :  feed at f li a-ton^'iKlpresent,  ���������S-ZJ>ZZ.J^oi^$'i.  *oa������i-sunerint������n i  Y.PII;*vixc  RVre ;|>a-ft\.;(rtgYftiiill^e^fead^;' -������MBB^|^to-jffY-iFo'&'  the ��������� J|ijiroh)^.'^^|^eV^i-^^  t^il^^Y^^feli^i flrat of the month.:  red   ^^'^lj^^*^^^^^-,^ making!  his bnin"ie;Si^ ;'.*���������  JEJ.' '|(i *Zfk:_ ;^J^p������d.sOj^:^f ?.' Eriekson  wsis ^bi^iii^^i^ttr .jw^-'oij Tuesday  last, ^#h������m;he?l3uipfese^a'������Bddle. horse  fvoK&-bZ^^0Zi^ZZZyP\'?i '���������'? '/   .*  - ;- '���������'----:'���������-���������-��������� ^'j^-ry^--Pr:r'~  -���������������������������'*���������-:--*-   '  : *. hife*ti^-^;.-o|E*i,^naaw^  ���������-AS.  Owing tt������ a break in fche power plant  of the j i .ill 'at C^n^ott^^!^^  engines of the lo<*aIauill has -been leased that concernYfo-r % month, being  tawn-sl^-recl last weefe-^and ptsfe-to ^rork  opei-ating. the re-saw.  ^The;o5itsta.hding feature of the Unit-i  ������d FariiiersV i.ieet ing on Fa-iday night  ���������Wrais ;f *jta9t������uct5ftna^^ were :;giveh  'Secre!^?iSiv*'^S*s,si3 Hto .-place-".sirs order ftsr  ":*e������" ^  that tne  ;*PJF*'  miMieciahHi|contii^ej^^bw  ' w!^:^iheY-6|n^^  prattle S" that are in voj^e.  Mssd^ks^  W6~~-*ii^  Canyon City Avere the accwhpanistH.  ���������/'  SJstmr*  John M. Paul, who has been v/ork-  ing at the Sulliyan mine at Kimberley  for the last bix months, returned on  Monday, and is busy at spring operations on his ranch.  The Stockbreeders* . Association  Shorthorn sire has* been transferred  to the Jaa.jfluscroft ranch for keepiug.  i        " b * ill   -  Spring i$ here���������an$ here*  is ii showing 6T.  HATS  Tnmmed and TJntrimmed.  LJTvsL&&Elt~~?  Silk���������and others;  Nji f  -mZMF T|>*TMC������  Summer Coats  repreaentinff the newest aud most  attractive in this season's wear.  Style and quality have heen so*  happily combined, and the goods so  attraotively priced that no woman  can afford to* pans up thin opportunity.  We are also showing; moat everything else usually carried in a  ladioo' wear atorc, including Spir-  ^f^Corseta.  ZF. ���������K*;.>lSti^^^>feii@|^li^Mdh-:,tbiite'*.--*l>a<d:jJnclc-  to"leose��������� ^/*p^^Tiei^^^^|tIeYilready this  spraing,^i^t|L������^:^^Mj?^^  C!n!&*:ant^^^^ the ^-Ice/in  Kootenay .Biv^^ahd although  di^ aft erwai^s frona the effects of'the  'F1om: t5t|g-lc(S'::i&|^&e  ferry ':oufc*:*bff-*ebQ|  a couple of -da^iYe -  the bend belo# "^ "  bEoiq  hftel  the  'weekfoj'  wver  jast  tee  i^hicit-iSiaiY  ^i?������^s the 1as������?t*^p^^^s^'eu*ricft and  I^SicwLnp>pjtln^^^^.ywa8 iraposs-  ;ih|^fcni: put/;t^feti^pwfs|^^ss;;." Feri^-:  ^^^ipekhea^lp^y :sat^  " inaction|n ��������� .ey^^^ai^fib^ibie'J.ob.-*.-:-.-^  occupying thehauseon A. R.Swahson  place.'*��������� '*--���������'������������������'- '-/ ---'���������-��������� ���������:���������- :y..r.  Mr. Sheehan, who has been employed at the mill for the past four years,.  as; naovins:'to^ele3qn:-"thSs;;'::*w^|Ei m^-ere  he is ^olngp baek at railroad work./:  Quite a number/from here were at  Creston on Friday, ssight for ths-vstr-  iety concert atth*e^.Otana/theatro^glv^  en by the Creston Iwajd,-". yyr '������������������' :yp&~ -.  Alfred Speaker, who has vbeen fiS:  charge of the_ :Ganyoiir������������������'..".City^;;^mber  Go. yard for the"Assist*/few *-"yei������rs;' --.has'  just resigned that position, and intends s-enioviDg shortly to/Michigan. >  BiR-������ai������*.il4^w.-..    -viA.t00L00.t9   m.0V000tJ4trx0m-..-.~0  ...mm...������a5 .������ <s.t������������E-������������i *������*K=������iot������������r;rr������i������-*s������,  and    candy    on. Moiidajr  iifternbon;  ���������3~-'i~t ---------  -.-*?--*xj** , i.srx.  " rx^Lrx^mS���������.-^.  ,the evening thei-e wiir be ai lecture by  'Stey^.JSIr..' Galverfc of Kasloi^whoYwiS-  illustrate his talk witb magic lantern  slides.; "';.'' :-Yy.-Z.'^r.  ���������-��������� The residents in the--New'-Sweden'  area are anxiously waiting the a*i-irival  of soBneone' sbb;. stsfthbritT'Y^D start tiie  sei son's road repair work*. ; ��������� Just at  present* travelling ts so bad that some  of, the .rapjrhers ax*e doing, -^ohsstaip^  work on the roads to enable them to  what little bit of moying about'  that is absolutely necessary.  Meeting  Business was transacted with neatness and despatch at the re-organiss-  ation nsi|e!3SSsiof the Saslo IKstrict  LeibsraS Association which.was held in .  Speeia' Hall on Friday afternoon, witfe  presidentr-JRranfc*** Abey of Kaslo pre*  siding. ������������������?'P-L.-- ������������������-- y     ?���������"���������'.'���������  Due to the fact that the delegates  from the north eU&Ypf theriding found  it necessary to return on theafternoon  train, no time   was  lost  in  getting  the presi-  associ*-  uowu b������ smsin-sss, ana arcer  pe|it ������������3 urieSv   sketchy the  a^ibn^s activities' si nee the last meet-  nth, at the schoolhouse. and in; |tsg8  the election  of officers was  proceeded with; the following being chosen to handle affairs for the next twelve  months:  W. L. Mac-  John  e'/Hon. President���������Hon.  kenzie King.  ...--Hon.*',*''  Oliver..*���������/-���������; -:"  .1 President-���������B. B. Staples!.  Vicci-President���������Frank Abey."  ,  Secy. Treas.^-C.; F. Hayes.  Executive���������K. McGregor* Crawford  ._   JS.   Hi, Latham.  Kaslo: F. Put-;  nam and S. A^ Sneers, Creston..  At advisory council, which wlill  be  } /Msv Shingaby ������f Jaffrav is having a  Jstiaw?k ���������:erect^,*:with;l\;^. Davies-and  ^le|fit:Payette.; on^th^ J06.___.Thpy"'" ex-  r^ct/.tb-, ctmiplete - the   contraet   this  jjfeeek*s*v<.*.-''-*..*���������. *  .    'Y -:."..-    ..'-  yg0$?%^^ * ,yryy:m-J.px  ������������������jj!ijk'^pJ&^ **s<inr;  are Spending the. week   with friends in  ;Cffeitoa.   --Y;\.*.;,*-,:.���������.,*.���������/���������"   -ZZP'%<P':-."��������� /:*.  .-y    ?������������������   .-??-''������������������ :..������������������'**:���������'?...-    ???��������� y"-y '-P:--.  ��������� J.������������������",'���������- -���������.*-,���������-      *-������_i_*_* --*- -    *:*   *** *���������   "��������� -���������- ������������������"-���������-'������������������  *!,")  9r* fat\   '        ���������  ,     "  miss t. Anoerson  Postofllce Blk,  :: greston  ���������John Joy,* the   Creston  shoemaker,,  is the   latest   addition   to   BricksonV  business circle.    He opened for business in the new   Palmer   Store- at   the*  first of the month.  Gerald Craigie was '-a'''visitor with  Spokane friends a few days the latter  part of the week.  The Thurston ranch is claiming the,  Benson's record at Brickson for chicken raising, with a showing of 14 birds  from 15 eggs. '������������������        '.  .YJHra. Jhs,' Mux well ������pent a few days  with Nelson friends the  middle of last  wi'ek. s.  The government's Efederal truck was  husv on the gravel hunt in this section  last, week, and now hns all the ruts  caused by the spring freshets fllletf up  for tho peapon.-       _] v /,  ft,r Jas.. W,ood,s I? now a slx-day-a-week  resident of Dpok Creek*. hii.yling taken  charge of the VVynndet Mercantile  store at that /point at thejQ'rst of the  month.   . '"'  Walter Long of the Imperial Bank  stfttf is taking the iibiihI three weeks  vacation this months and will spt*nd  part of it with friend& in Calgaiy.  - Mfe-*s IBdltb Sanford, who hnh been  keeping house of late for It. M. Tel-  fowl, left last wee.k fc^*- Itosuland Al*  ta.,U| here. Bhe w'i'l be niaklng her  home In future. She "was accompanied by hor younger hrbtiiek" and sister,  who have also. been, hute for some  time,  A number of the *voMpoh.'i������rs in the  community water System are at work  this week tryEnjy-to !oen!A������"the palmta*  which fche water pipes are 'frozen and  to proceed with thawlng-out updr������  atlons. All the users in both Erick*  son und West EH-okson haye been  without a supply u supply wince the  latter part of December.  ���������t^ivjj-^ajig  at "Srshk-all  -3pe'tiri^!*4*.. ii0jj^av$ -biisy  ;;read^|pi^S33>||^:^oiefc;  ^'-tthdipii^hiches,* w  ���������iBii'Jkeityf^a.t'ileW^S^^ -.ZZZ.  The United Farmers hnve their rfg*  ular monthly meeting at the ^hoo!**  house On Saturday night.,.������-. This;will  be arstraight business session with no.  entertainment at the close.   -  Johnson of Red  Deer. Alta, arrived a few days Ago, and at present is  The hqarfe of Mr* : and Mrs^ ?T. Hon-  setb. "who haye reeently setfrled in  theii-^ew:bonse. >: was - invaded by ! a  *-su rprlaiS-f:��������� patty'.* -of-,' about 30 : .yoU'u^*'  people on "M������nd.a*y=Y������igh t.S;.- Danc^'ng.  ?Ki^...gameaf''TO'*^:c't^ ""  <���������:: -i ".--.���������������������������������������������jPT7^--40p.~>J-.=tx^L-<-:r ���������-..'���������-.'..���������       -*"- i^r-.--'-*^--;**-.-. . *���������������������.   "WT^n**, "i.* vrekuiil  sg*-4**  ���������^VttS-S���������^-i"-a"- ������������������"-* ~^-J^A**������^^.'ilxJiMm~^.~~*~i --.  .^ajpcii|^^^;^^t^i^Mi^  .sm^.-'ooi^.^^:^',.| Z, ZZZ-WZ^-'^I-pZz  J'"'    Y"*���������     "'  ''Z.\Z-'    '     ���������    '-'   ':'Z'Z&'"''     '^������~    '-'v'^"'-'"  ,; T^e Af hlectic C3iub concert is ^Bt^or  Sattft-day. April ^2nd, .in,. the;;/CIub-  house, at 8 p.nv. sharp. . Uon'fc miss  thi^ ss it '.-se. 'one.. ;off the finest pr������������  grain tries ever piit nn in the Valleyi  AdxniKsion tc������ concert 75 cents. Supper  2&cents.> Dance after is firee. AH  children under 10 years who are accompanied bv parents* free.  ���������the largei-poning centres, will  be ssP-  eefced forthwith, it. being ^agreed-*-that*^  the Kaslo association would lock after  the work at the north end. whi3stthe  Ci-eston  association will do tha same  at the south. /. C  A n umber of resolutions Ihat will be .  presented at   the: provincial   liberal  conyention-in Nelson j^jhiae   were"  agi-eed to and it was aj^nged that off 3  the ten delegates the^ding is entitled ���������*,  to seat fiye will "be from the north and.  fi ve from th������ sotrt^ehd of the constit-  FoaoWio^g iCTife:*^ig'jSei8din;get-  , -*     ������e*^^_ ���������|^r;Jjosnjj__D___lj|l|jS con-  '?ra~      PZ,.~>*- ~y      Z_   "  GRAND THEATflE  Saturday, APRIL  I y  O.P.H. seotion erews have now been  cnkar^jsii to three men and foreman,  and tlie  talking on  of extra help haist  deplctrd. the ranks Zt, the  li uiminployei)  a matter of four hands.  A Kentucky Cinderella  SSpSiuIS  A picture as thrilling as love  at first sight.  Featuring Gladys "JKTaltqn.  Wednesdy,  19  The travelling Norweigan minister  wlis.heres on  Sunday sat!si, h.eld^^JJor  weigan sei'Vtce itv  the   small   schooK  house.    It was well attended, and  he  announces that he will be back again  some time next month.  Tlie teachers, and pupils of the  school held an afternoon tea.and candy sale in the school on Wednesday.  The proceeds are 'to'defray the eat*  penses of the sewing club. A very  nice Httle sum was collected, and this  will put the sewing circle on a good  so)id footing.  Jack BanacloiTgh Of Alice Sid tag ts  now a resident of Wynndel. working  for M. Wigen, clearing land.'  The Athletic Chili-figures to hoPd W  meetings oii^pf doors' in future,  ahd  the tirt*t hHsketliall ganie of' the season will be-oh Sunday afternoon at the  tennis court.  :iArx������i2s^itibn^ with Mrs..  ;^^:^^^d������!atif/ of"-her " husbatid,  Hon. John Jiwn. former Enember was  spoken to in- feeling terms by seyeral  of the delegates, and Will be forwarded  by the secretary.  Resolutions asking the minister of  customs to remove ttbe' duty of one  cent a pound on lead re-entering Canada after; being smelted in the VS:  and another directing the attention of  the minister of public .works to the  necessity off completing the Queens  Bay Ainsworth link of the. Kasilo-Nei*  won road were adopted. The game conservation board will also be^ ashed to  exercise greater care inr the issuing of  trappers permits to pon-resideots, and  particularly to transients who are not  British subjects.  Ore trig to the desire of the v3aiting  Leiberiils to return the name day as  they arrived tbe dinner arranged for  them, along with other entertainment  features, had to be cancelled. Harmony nnd enthusiasm marked proceedings throughout, and all are thoroughly optimistic that with the right candidate early in the Held the next election should see Kaslo riding restored,  to the Liberal column.   .  James Oliver Garwood; never  wrote v������r better story���������rievee  made a fiister   pi cture  than  llufp  A real Cur wood tale of Arctic  my$teiy aad. JBroaen ��������� peril.  REGULAR PJRICES. '  Monday 1 a a public holiday fob' .pho  b,inki������ und government official^ ������nd  gene nil delivery w t ckot at the -^ post-  Oeflllco will be open that day f{on^,& to (.  p.m. only.  The baseball talent hnd un informal  sort of a workout utf-'Exlubltton Park  on Sunday aft-etnoon, ami with a week  of real spring   weather   the  diamond  Svlll bc in good shape to resuijie ���������operations.  For March the oflflclal weather report ahows the balm lest day its have  been on the 0th when the mercury hit  40, and the cooleat wiia the flmt day uf  March when the showing was . above  Bsero. Not In at leiist hslf a doxen.  yeaia has the Valley experienced n������  cold ti March as lQiSSI futtnlshed.  To provide the- t$10,���������IM������ additional  revenue required ut Grand Porkw this  year leV.iti proposed to advance water  rate's *J& per cent, artd'to clip off the 10  per cent, ppeyiously ml lowed lor  prompt Monthly pr.iym"ewt of 'ratefli.  Greston Cafe  To  meet with the popular  demand we are now serving  ealsat 35c.  4  Breakfast,   flimsr,   Suppr  and judging by the steadily  increasing trade our meals  satisfy.  QliniJT   .oB?niri>Q  Rerved aw desired.  LIGHT RUNCHRS and  AFTERNOON   TEA  ..Jthe ������ibera! '  ^"X^0teia^������" JEB3S 2^YZ&Wk ^E^OTDNa {& ������y  id  Soothes Irritable Throat,  Relieves Bronchitis Quickly  No  to  Drugs   to  Take,   N-o   Medicine  Upset    the    Stomach.       Just  Breathe "CATARRHOZONE"  Ccrant ten���������a bad cold is relieved by  Catarrhozone���������-wait one    minute    and ���������  you wiii feei its soothing infill ence on I  a   sore  irritated   throat.      No   failure t  with "Catarrhozone"���������it   is    effective \  "You- think so now," said her father.  "You know nothing about it. In  twenty-five years you- will know just  how great a gift she is���������or she will  not be worthy of her-mother."  Harris and hisYjwifeYwere gazing.  with unseeingYeyes into the moun-"  tains when-Arthurs handed them a  letter. "It came in, the: mall which  the boys "brought out this inorhmg,"  he said, "and l forgot all about it until this minute."  It was from Bradshaw. ; Harris  opened  it indifferently,  but  the  first  because you can breathe   a    healing i few lines aroused his interest   and he  vapor   to   the   very   spot  that  needs j read it eagerly to the end-.  help. The ;big tiling to remember,  about Catarrhozone* is this���������you just V  breathe a healing piney vapor that is  full of the-, purest! balsams, that is |  rich in the greatest healing agents  known to science. This wonderful  vapor dispels all soreness, kills all  germs, gives nature a chance to completely destroy the disease. Colds  and throat ^troubles can't last if tlie"  pure healing vapor of Catarrhozone is  breathed. Catarrh will disappear,  bronchial attacks will cease, coughs  and winter ills will become a thing of  the  past.       Complete outfit lasts  two  50c.  My dear Harris/' it ran, "on re-  j'ceipt of your telegram I immediately  opened negotiations through my connections looking to a sale of your  farm-with its crop and equipment,  complete as a going concern. I succeeded in-getting an offer of the $40,-  000 you set on it, and had all the  papers drawn up, when I discovered  that among us we had. made a serious  omission. You wiii remember that,  a good many years ago,. when you  were taking on some fresh obligations, you transferred the homestead  into    your   wife's   name.    I    assured  ^o^-js^sy^^^  Gillett's X������ye can be tased for so many purposes tfcat tSieir  enumeration   here   would  he  impossible*    For example.  I..M  0t~  kw~~a.-&  4~.0t>,0~-m.       S  rs  tt aji,s3atM*  n  e������  GfUeti's Le-ye can be used for r,  ���������dishes, also as a disinfectant. For softening hard water.'  As a means of removing grease and smoke stains*  These are only a few of its many uses, but they serve  to indicate what has made Giiletrs L,ye such a general  household utility to-day.  rt-i-.x  months,  price  ������1:00, smaller size --i the purchaser that, there would be no  difficulty about getting title from your  sample   size   25c,.  Catarrhozone   Co.,  all   dealers  Montreal.  or  lii  i  lie  ers  ��������� BY    ROBERT J. C. STEAD  Published  By  Special Arrangement With the Author.  (Continued)  "I haven't played tlie game fair  with you two," he said, "and I want  to say, so now. Perhaps it would  be truer to say that I played the  wrong game. Twenty-five 5rears have  proved it was the wrong game. Now,  without a penny, I can start jtist  where I started twenty-five years ago. ���������  The only difference is that I am an  old man instead of a young one. I'm  going to take another homestead and  start again, at the right game, if Mary  will start with me."  She put her hand in his, and her  eyes were bright again with, the fire  of youth. "You know there is only  one" answer, John," she whispered.  Harris called Travers over from the  group of men. "There's one.~thmg  more," he continued. "When I started I had only a wife to keep and I  don't intend to take any bigger responsibility now. Allan will be having a homestead -������f his own. Jim  Travers, I am speaking to you! I  owe you an apology*For some things  and an explanation for some things,  but I'm going to square the debt with  the only gift I have left."  The light breeze tossed the hair^of  Beulah's uncovered head, and the  light of love and health glowed in her  fac-5 and thrilled through the fine  symmetry of her figiu-e.  "Take her, Jim," he said.  "She is a godly gift," said the young  man reverently.  Anaemia  "Dun, watery blood is no more  nourishing than thin, watery milk  ���������skim milk.  But you can soon enrich thin  blood, overcome the anaemic condition and build up thc whole system by using Dr. Chase's Nerve  Food.  Mrs. F. G. Simmons, 42 Curtis St., Brant ford, Ont., writes:  "For   aliout   eight   yer-am   1    miffered  from ann-in-iin. My circulation was poor.  my  guir**  and   lip*  we're pair,  an-d   rny  hands and Ocl we**r������ alway* c*o5<I.  ,1 wai  ���������nrrvous ~nri imaLIe to sle-fp -well.    1 hnA  freqweeent hrnd-Ac|j������-n. jn-r-crne-d -resile"--!  and  enrWy worried or irritoterl,   Thf re was a  buzzing sound   in   my  ear*.     Endlgeilion  M-n������  alro  one of my con-pl*ml������, and I  oftm   was.   pel I ah-Iced  by  "We-nk  tpetli.     I  vent   tn   ft   'iorlor,  v.-ho tokl  me  I  w������s  nn.'.e-mi'-*,   bur  n*   I   did  not  gel  any better I   decirlee-l  to try Dr. Chase's  Nerve  J"V.od,   ~n<\    L:.'itr   -Z.f.   Tint   hax   I  ! YYl"V    .vv!    ,:.  disfipferjirrd,       1  'Jerve   I*Yod   for  quite   v-rll   nn--,  trral-rfully re������e*ommrnrJ Dr, (..hisiiu-.'s N*rve  f*Yevl \., people leu fie ring ������������ f did b**ffe������������������  I vt-e.tl this rplenrjirj mediein������,"  Dr.  CM turn i. Nrrve Food,  S<0c  n box, all dealers, or E<dmanseo>n, |  I B.it'/'H & Cry,. r.imil:er.l, Toronto,       B  E I  Mt  Ve*.. '.ir!.f;.    i uj,,y,.r\i.\-y  continued     tiling    111***  quite"  a, v\*hile,       J   tine  nivl     rbeeriully   and  wife, but as all the buildings are on.  the homestead quarter he would agree  to' nothing better than, paying ������20,000  for the rest of your 3and, leaving the  homestead quarter, with the buildings,  stock and implements, out of the  transaction. As his price seemed a  fair one for the balance of the property, and as I assured your need of  the money was urgent, I closed a deal  on ihat basis, cashed the agreement,"  and remitted the proceeds to you at  once by -wire. I ,trust my actions in  the matter meet with your approval.  "Yours sincerely,-  "George Bradshaw."  Harris placed the., letter in the  hands of his wife. She tried to read  it, but a great happiness enveloped  her as a flood and the typewritten  characters seemed to swim, before her.  "What does it mean, John?" she asked, noting his restrained excitement.  "What does it mean?"  "It~means that the homestead quarter was not sold���������after all���������that it is  still yours, with, the buildings, and  machinery, and stock, and this year's  crop just ready for cutting."  She raised her eyes to his. "Still  ours, John, you mean.      Still ours."   In   the  rapid   succession  of   events  everyone seemed to Wave forgotten, or  disregarded, Gardiner. But at this  moment the doctor came rushing out  of the house.  "Gardiner's gone!" he exclaimed, as  he came up to the men. .���������  Some of the party romoved their  hats.  "Oh, not that way���������not that way!"  exclaimed the doctor. "I mean he's  gone���������skipped���������beat it, if you understand,. Most extraordinary! I was  taking his pulse. It was about normal, and he seemed resting easier, so  I slipped downstairs for the antidote.  When I went back���������I was only gone a  moment���������there wasn't sight or sound  of him."  The men stared at each other for  a moment; then followed the doctor  in a race for Gardiners room. They  found it as he said. There was neither sight nor sound of Gardiner.  Sergeant Grey conducted a swift examination, not of Gardiner's room, but  of the one in which Allan was lying.  He was rewarded by finding the little  slip of paper, with a. few crystals of  powder still clinging to it. The coroner examined the crystals through  his magnifying glass; then, somewhat  dubiously, raised them on a moistened  finger to his tongue, and after a moment's hesitation swallowed in an impressive, scholarly fashion.  "Saacharum album!" he exclaimed.  "Common white sugar!       Most extraordinary!"  i      But Sergeant Grey was at the open  : window.      It  was  only an  eight-foot  drop   to   the   soft   earth,   and   to   the  policeman   there   was  no   longer  any  mystery  in Gardiner's  disappearance.  The   jnock   suicide   was   a   carefully-  planned ruse to bo employed by Gardiner il" the worst came to the worst.  At    that    moment  -the    sound    of  horse's hoofs was heard on the gravelly road,  and     three    hundred    yards  away Gardiner dashed through a gap  in the  trees  that swirted  making for the pass, sought refuge in  the mountains, the posse would certainly locate him or starve him into  surrender. . So the officer urged liis  horse .to, the limit and galloped  straight into the ' mountain battlements ahead of him.   .  An hour's hard riding brought -him  into a tremendously rough country,  where the trail at times was nothing  more than narrow "defile or ledge, and  sheer walls of rock rose thousands of  feet above, their giant'edges cutting  the blue sky like the teeth of a mighty  saw. Far below, a ribbon of green  and white, the river rolled in its canyon. Here and there a thin stream.  of water sprayed down the mountain  side, cutting a damp, treacherous belt  across the trail. But at one such  spot Grey's heart leaped within him,  for there, unmistakably clear in the  thin soil and soft, rock, were the  marks of a horse's shoe, not an hour  old. A few minutes later he saw  Gardiner swinging round a spur of  rock half a mile further up the pass.  *^ The. policeman began to watch the  moist spots for the tell-tale hoof-  prints, and invariably their evidence  revealed itself. He knew now that  he had guessed Gardiner's course correctly, and it was a matter of anin-  utes until he should ride him down.  He wondered whether the man' was  armed or not; it would be an easy  trick to hide behind a rock and pick  the policeman off as he.rode by.  Suddenly, at a turn in the path, his  eye caught a sight which made him  throw his horse back on his tracks.  A sheer precipice fell away a thousand feet below him, and beetling  c^ifiEs cut off the sky above. Across  the path, trickled a little stream. And  there in the stream, so ..clear they  could not be "misread, were the marks  cut by a horse's feet sliding over the  precipice. yy'    **  The policeman' dismounted carefully. There was scarcely room for  him" to pass his horse on the narrow  ledge. Where the stream had worn  it it sloped downwards at an uncomfortable angle. He knelt beside it  and traced the macks of the shoe-  calks with his-fingerT They led over  the edge. Eighteen inches down the  mountain side was a fresh scar where  steel had struck a projecting corner  of rock. .  A thousand feet below, the green  water slid and swirled in the bed of  the cany oil.  The End  The. Interloper "  "In time of trial," said the, preacher, "what brings us the greatest  comfort?" '  "An acquittal," responded a per-  son who should never have been  admitted.���������Standard Chaparral.  No  Reply  Sandy was Joshing, and 'Donald, who  was passing, asked:" Z-Z "['���������  "Hoo are the "fish." today, Sandy?" _  "I dinna ken," answered Sandy.    "I  dropped them a  line, but. so far I've  nae reply."  Hail to the Silk Hat, "tKe Herald of Spring.  Business on tlie Mend  Rise   In*  Creates   a  Price   of   Wheat  Better Feeling  There is a decided note o������ optimism  becoming apparent throughout Western Canada.  The immediate cause of the better  feeling is the marked rise in the  price of wheat. To nothing* will  Western Canada react^more. quickly,  to little else will it react in a generaL  way at all. The natural born pessimist, of course, says 'that the rise in  the pilce of wheat is due to special  and temporary causes, and . that the  improvement, Visible' aa Its effect,  he base'of   cannot be expected to continue.  ���������A  .V     li  MY.  the hills. He was on the policeman's horse, and riding like wild Are.  "I want all of you men, and a horse  tor each." Rnlrt Gray quickly, turning  upon them like a general marshalling  his officers, "T lie re are a dozen different trails lie may follow, and we  must put a mnn on earth. I will .give  immediate pursuit, In the hope of riding hirn down be I'or n he can tii row'us  off the scent, and I will lcav������ it to  you, Air. Arthurs, to organize tho  posse and scour die whole country unlit he Ih 1 oca Led."  Al. -eire-y'.s Jjj'rit words I,wo man hud  ntHh'-rt to the corral, and were already  saddling horartu. Tho lirst and fastest wan pi fined tit, the command of the  pGlloernnn,  and  in   a minute  h������, too,  Vi.t.r    lU'IJl'l'K    Li-e-itk Xn\:<:~,    llUO    lh*ft   llltltJ.  But r.he ele*lay waa enough to give  GanlSneer alumni a anlle'H lead, rind the  Oove'-mme'-iji. horse wan a match for  any   on   the  rtmch, |  ���������'ifn> niuiw liuti- i he Hilda road, it'.  t*rrUtjwt;l fur enough, dwindled Into a  leaek j.ra.il, whie.Ji in turn H<^med t.o  lone Ji.Hfir In the f'siHtnoHMJ-n or the  rnonntiiln-i, but In reality op-fined Into  u. r.rvr"!*.*: u-'.nWrw. tWnugh the range, (fe  g;r./f* Gii Miner e red If: for knowhiK nn  msi-efo, and <.fee;r������<.,3ijiled Mi;nt. t\m ru������.*;l-  live would ru n Jr <������������������*��������� n b<!>lt mrnlghf,  thrnn-iHi   Hue   mnnnlalnM.       There   w������H  dr,    t|iv.<.     it"*    w-'elrh        l'<*. I H������ "V M;        "Mm  el in nee to ride thin riuirt vJcM'.'n rtfipeiul*  mI   ������r-Ti 11 n'l'ty   upi������ri   "'pTd if   Ik-   rnl������*  uaiiut,We-el,   .end   (J^rdlner,   la.nli*a<l   of  Nimble fingers* a sense of color, and by that mysterious alchemy the key  to the secret ot which only a woman holds, a width of ribbon is transformed  into an adorable chapea.u, becoming wonderfully to the fair face beneath it  and harmonizing perfectly with the tints oC its wearer's eyes and haix\  Silk hat brims are either off the face with irregular outlines or else they  are narrow, and the crowns are usually rather high but indented here and  there.  The wood shades are much shown Tor the smaller hats especially, while  orchid seems to be popular for the large hats for southern or midsummer  wear. ������. '  The price ol! wheat may be to some  small extent a premature or temporary phenomenon, but it is nevertheless part oC a general process obseiw-  able in every fleld oE basic production th-a world over, and already  ���������casting its reflection upon railway  business and shipping and finance,  even il! dt has not yet reached the  axLore subsidiary ancl dependent Indus trie a,  Our prosperity here rest* directly  upon baalc production "and Its necessary transportation nnd distribution  facilities. Wo feel tho pulse of improvement first and others.may take  It from ub that permanent improve-  ment Is on the way, rather than thai  we should take It from them thaf. 11  h, an nccenr, of fever on our part, be*  eaur.e they are at ill In the dumps.���������  Tho WinnipeK Tribune.  WARNING!    Say  "Bayer"  when  you  buy  Aspirin..  Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are  not getting Aspirin at all.   Why take chances?,  Accept only an "-unbroken package" of "Bayer Tablets "of  Aspirin," >vhich contains directions and dose worked out by  physicians "during 22 years and proved safe by millions for  Colds  Toothache  Earache  Headache Rheumatism  Neurajgia Neuritis  Lumbago Pain, Pain  -AIho "bottles of 24 and 100���������CDrufifiiBt.*,  Handy "llayci" boxen nl VI tableta-  A(������plrln I* Ui*. trnrto niarlt (rftuUtPirod In Canada) ot Bayou- Mftwujfftctur* ot Morieo-  *e*-**t!on������*le*l('"-**t**r of Hi-ilioylicnolfl, WJille Ifc 1* wnll Itnown -Mint Awplrln moan** Buyer  manufbcture, to usee Jut tlui public rMralnat ImHutlon*, tho To.bleta of XJaytr Company  will laj utanipcd with tlulr general trad* mnxlc, tho "Bayer Crown."  UPIN.  '''Night  Morning ���������������<  Keep Vour EVfes.,  " ' ������CI������Bir<i*������eiHo'Bikihy'  I  ������ t-/m tf~ Bo*te "Muilno C*tK<liU4(J<e,USeV. 1 l������  C-1 #,'*���������*��������� tr-tr,  Wri������.*i  I'm.  4.0  m MANITOBA BRIDGE AND IRON WORKS, Ltd. i  W.NN.PEG, MAN. ,    ^ TO^Mtt..?S&W    V  Jobbing Repairs - Castings - i'late and Tank Work;  ���������w*,*-**W, .*���������>���������. *****  amotm  mm tEHE I^KVESW, CILBSTOX. B. d  Fine Qualities  TS je a.���������-3  by the Sealed  Package  88  Western Land Sold by Government  Money Will  eBe.*He!d in Trust for the  ' r Provinces  Prom September 1, 1905, to December 31, 1921, the Federal Government  sold 5,538,878 acres of land in Saskatchewan for ������16,619,107, and school  lands in the same province with an  acreage of 1,457,274 for ������26,967,2!S In  Alberta, during the same period the  Government sold 3,944,318 acres for  $-11,773,264, and 954,082 acres of  school lands for $13i204,209:  WORL  L  BRIEFLYTOLD  60,000,00������ Trees Planted V:  M-one   Seedlings- B*ing   Shipped   This  Year:'from   Indian   Head than  for:  ; " Pa?t Five Years  The shipments of tree seedlings arid  cuttings going out this, spring fre-Ba  the Dominion Forest Nursery .Station  at Indian Head, Saskatchewan, will be  among the largest in the -past five  y earsi The kinds sent out "are ehie lily Manitoba '.-.maple;" green ash, -Russian poplar, willow, and. caragatta.  They are .used solely for planting  shelter-belts -Qn. prairie, fai-ms. Since  tlie nursery .-��������� station was established  abont sixty million, seedlings and cuttings have been distributed to prairie  farmers.    ��������� .-  "  aiggiliS  i,������l*j������  Oecuc   Tf--f -_~tCCx-*-Z~~~  DIET NOT EVERYTHING  in keep^ health  YNoya Scotia obtained a. harvest  from, the sea last year valued at $9,-  000,000, according to tiie report of the  commissioners of fisheries. The yield  for the previous year was valued at  ?15;000iop0i    T ���������*;     y'Z .?���������?,,  For: the avowed purpose of making  McPherson, Kan., a fiyless city, the  city commission has enacted an ordin-  ''anee- lading' db^wtt *;stHct:saiiita-ry'i-ulAs,  the violation of which result in a  heavy fine.  A unique taxicab organization  directed and operated solely by women, has been formed in "Vancouver  under the presidency of Mrs. Ralph  Smith, member "of the Provincial  Legislature. The company has been  given a provincial charter.  According to a Renter cable from  Nairobi, British Bast Africa, 37-.natives who took part in the recent up-,  rising which was put down by native  troops were..sentenced to t^rms rang-  ���������a**** ry ���������' *������ ***-**. *v>      +X������ ������������������������������*-��������������� A -:'"' **������>������������������������%+1* ^������ ���������'   *<^v -'   *T"-"^   ' ���������*��������� rz+.r-m-trm '  ~iJ-cD     - J-vfiik     U������i(c>& ; iM*wMt<uh> .*  w     *, W ������>     ^.caxo  rigorous imprisonment.- *  His Excellency" the Governor-General Baron Byng of Vimy, has notified  George Black, M.P. for the Yukon,  that he intends to visit that territory  this summer. Captain Black so telegraphed; city authorities at .Dawson  City, Y.T_ ���������'���������'."���������  ���������"  Five of the nine men held by the  coroner's jury as responsible for the  collapse on January .28 of the Knickerbocker Theatre, Washington, with the  loss of 98 lives, were indicted by the  grand jury on a charge Of mau^laiigh-  ter with Lhe four other men exonerated, -li. ., ^������    r-.tZ. -     ^--        *      . Jm-'r^ ~ ' r, ii-^f.-.  ���������%������ ' ^  The Federal Treasury was. enriched  by $1,833,071.71 in coal royalties "from       ,     ���������"*     , .      . .  _      .- .    *��������� t     ,    - '.*-., -,   -.rtrtn   j. In  Sweden a  ohysician  cannot sue  Dominion ��������� lands from April 1, IftOS, to ~  MANY CHILDREN SICK,  HOW TO TREAT THEM  The kiddies will get their feet wet,  catch cold, get croup and give their  mothers lots of trouble. With the  first cough or sneeze, rub the little  one's chest with Nerviline, rub it on  plentifully, it can't harm. YThen  .make a -gargle withY Nerviline and  water, and have the -child gargle for  five minutes. * Just at bed time, give  the child ten drops of Nerviline in hot  sweetened water. '"The.'result is fine,  and next morning child is better. Nerviline is a great protection in the  'homeY-Y.'Large 35c bottles at all  dealers.  "ST  I  Your table may be loaded with food  digestibl e and wholesome, yet you  don't get .strong. What's the trouble?  Tbe liver Js .lazy, stomach is* overloaded, the bowels are not active. Relief is (CEUickly supplied by Dr.-Hamilton's .'Pills. They make weak sickly  people -strong1 and well because they  keep the system clear of impurities.  Those who regulate the system, with  Dr. Hamilton's' Pills.don't have indigestion or constipated headaches,  they feel enlived all over, because  their system is kept in smooth running order. .To revitalize and stimulate your whole being, to shake off  lethargy and tiredness, nothing compares with Dr. Hamilton's Pills, which  certainly bring good looks, good]  spirits* good health, 25c all dealers,, or  The Catarrhozone Co., Montreal..  '���������'������������������-��������� Purple Taboo  .YAt a. marriage ceremony in Japan  a dress of .purple color is taboo,  lest the -mutual love of the bride and  groom be soon lost, as purple is a  color most liable to fade.  To have ;the children sound aad  healths' is the first care of a mother.  They .cannot -be _healthy if troubled  witirj'-worms.~- Ijjse^'Mother Graves'  Worm Esterminatoiv-  Why Irish Are Fighters  A certain diet specialist tells us  that the Irish are a bellicose people,  largely because* they eat little meat  but take a good deal of buttermilk  and vegetables. The Balkan nations  also are. great fighters and at the  same time "are-said to consume great  quantities of buttermilk. He thinks  if the Irish were" to change their diet  they would become much more peaceful. It seems strange how good an  argument can be formed out of arffew  non-essential facts and a vivid imagination.-���������Christian Guardian.  KEEP BABY WELL  IN THE SPRING  Prize   Winning   Shorthorn   Bull   Sells  For $1,100.00  Considering financial conditions, the  directors of the Saskatchewan Cattle  Breeders' Association are very well  pleased wiih the prices obtained al  the pure-bred cattle sale recently held  in ReginEi. Pure-bred females did not  sell as readily as pure-bred bulls. The  demand for bulls, however, was  steady, and the bidding brisk.  An average of $200.00 each was secured for 85 "Shorthorn bulls, and the  top .price for Shorthoa-ns and for the  sale was ������1.-300.00, which was paid, for  Mars Avon 3rd, sold by a Prince Albert man and purchased by a man  from. St. Walbourg. This bull had  been a prize winner at the International last fall.*.-*'  Tlie average price for Hereford  bulls was $162.00 on 30 head, with a  top price for' this breed of $375.00.  Aberdeen Angus bulls sold at an average price of $170.00 and the top price  of $735.00 was paid for Broadus Black-*,  burn 7th, sold by G. N. Buffum,' .of  Bechard, and purchased by Mr. Hume,  of Manitoba.  Over 200 head were sold through  the ring, and the breeders who had  weH bred bulls and had them in good  condition were well satisfied with the  prices obtained. The _ better bull  campaign is having its effect' in increasing the demand^for real good  bulls.    "-���������������������������' ~~~   '.   ���������  Separation, But No Alimony  A peaceful, quiet separation, no  damage done, everybody happy again  ���������that's the situation when you  divorce your corns. Try Putnam's  Corn Extractor-. Acts like magie, no  pain, _ no fai3ure, success every time.  Refuse a substitute for "Putnam's,"  25c everywhere.  March 31, 1921. During the same  period, 'coal royalties from school  lands ia Saskatchewan and Alberta totalled $183,810.66. This information  was table* in the- House of Commons.  The Council of the Empire Press  Union, in London, passed a resolution  deploring the lack of adequate telegraphic communication and. urgently  pressing the Government to immediately carry out or support some  scheme for an -imperial chain obtaining general approval throughout the  empire.  for.*-his fee. while in Belgium a lawyer is in the same position.  CATARRH.  Catarrh is a local disease greatly' influenced  by constitutional conditions. HALL'S CATARRH ME.D-ICIJ-TE is a Tonic, taken internally, and acts through the blood upon the  mucous surfaces -oi the system?* HALL'S  CATARRH MEDICINE assists Nature 'in  restoring   normal   conditions.  All Druggists.       Circulars free.  F.  J.   Cheney  &  Co.,  Toledo,  Ohio.  According to . the Alaskan census  bureau, the white population decreased ~23.*4 per cent, between 1910 and  1920.  :. Mothers who have little ones in the  home find theBSpring a time of great  anxiety. At this "season conditions  make ,- it necessary.to k.eep the baby  indoors. He is often confined to overheated and badly r ventilated rooms  and catches'colds which rack his  whole system. To guard against this  a box of������Bab3T's Own Tablets should  be kejut iu the house and an occasional dose given -the baby to keep his  stomach, and bowels working regularly. This will prevent colds; constipation or colic, and keep baby well.  The Tablets are sold by medicine  dealers or by mail at 25c a "box from  The Dr. Williams' Medicine-- Go.,  Brockville, Ont.  Nothing- else known lo  science performs the same  marvellous healing and dispels disease J rem the iii>^iiej  as Zam-Buk does. '.Thia.  pure herbal balm takes the  fire out of a wound or sore,  kills and repels g'errns  and"growa fine .new skin.  ZaiB-Buk is acknowledged  iwifflwBI  Didn't   Know'  Vicar    Cat   village    eonceri).���������Miss  Jones    will sing again���������"I cannot teli  you. why!"���������Edanbui-gh Scotsman.  A Household Medicine.���������-They that  are ������������������acquainted with the sterling properties ofvDr. Thomas' Eclectrie Oil in  the treatment of many ailments would  not be,without it in the house. It is  truly a household medicine and as it  is effective in dealing with many ordinary complaints it is an inexpensive  medicine." So,, keep it at hand, 'as the  call for St may come most unexpectedly.  Radio Telephones in B.C.  A radio telephone service for the  British Columbia interior, for coastwise vessels arid deep-sea ships as far  out as 2,500 milesat sea has been inaugurated. It is planned to give  world news, concerts and speeches to  distant parts.   , -  World's Available Water Power  'A new French estimate, of the  world's water power resources credits  the United , States with 30,000,000  available horsepower; Canada with  2S.000.000; Norway with 7,500,000;  Sweden with 6,750,000; and Italy and  Spain with about 5,000,000 each.  -41  ),  ���������i i  Jenkins Took a Cracked  initio ������ o I izme -JLtons  The exhibition ended rather badly* It  very nearly was a "big day, for the lions'  and a sad day for Mr. Jenkins���������alt for  want-of proper care in getting ready,  M-any a man who has business to do and  a living to make and a job to fill is as cares-  less how he feeds his body as Mr. Jenkins  was in picking- out a club.  Some foods are too heavy, some  are too starchy, many lack necessary elements arid so starve tbe  body���������and many load the system  down with fermentation and autointoxication.  Grape-Nuts hefps build health  and strength. It contains the full  richness of wheat and malted barley, including- the vital mineral  elements, without which the body  cannot be jfuUy- sustained*   Grape-  Nuts digests quickly and wholesomely. Served with cream or  good milk, it is a complete food���������  crisp' atid delScioiDSs.  ��������� Grape-Ntxts ts fust, the food' for  those who care to meet life's ������iibiiar-%  tions well prepared- in h-eetlth*.  Order Grape-Nuts finom. ymar  grocer today. Try it with, ctetum  or milk for breakfast or lunch, otr  mod* into * delights pudding  For dinner.  Grape-Nute���������the Bodtjr Builder  <er7%or������rlW a Reason*'  Maude hy OKrwaHmot WoaMmaa. Cereal C^a^ L&oJ3la������id*. .WButfBiar,. Orrtm-L*  An Amazing Watch  : t   .  Has Four  Dials and   Runs for Thirty  Hours  Gne of. the most remarkable  watches In the world was recently  constructed by a .leading British firm.  The front- dial of the watch, upon  which ordinary time is. indicated, carries four small dials. One o������ these  shows the days of the week and the  date of the month. The other forms  a perpetual calendar, indicating: the  first, second, third and leap years. No.  3 dial indicates the phases- of the  moon and No. 4 acts as a recording:  chronograph showing hours and nin-  ntes, seconds and fifths of seconds.  There is also an indicator and pointer-  which shows at any time -to what extent the watch is wound up. The  main dial also carries a further hand  distinguished by a small sun near its  outer end. This hand shows the  position of the sun before or after  clock time. The watch strikes the  hours and the -quarters and repeats  the hours, quarters and minutes at  any time desired. On the back of  the watch there is a dial showing the  sidereal day of 24 hours. It also carries a star chart or planisphere. The  point on the chart corresponding to  the Nortty Pole is set at the centre of  this dial and the exposed portion o~  the chart reveals the portion oE the  sky visible in the latitude in which  the watch is* used. The movements  of the watch are arranged in three  tiers and are fitted throughout with  diamond and ruby jewels. The watch  runs for 30 hours with one winding.  It was constructed to order and cost  one thousand guineas. ���������  Externally or Internally it is -Good-���������'  When applied externally by brisk rubbing. Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie Oil opens  the pores and  penetrates  the tissue.  touching the seat of the trouble and  iramediatelj*- affording relief. Administered mtemaliy, it will still the irritation in the throat which induces  coughing and will relieve affections of  the bronchial tubes and respiratory organs.      Try it and be convinced.  SometEiing like 45,000 stitches are  required to make the ordinary suii  of clothes.  i mtrt  . m.   m   .  winy mmit  STAMP AT TIMES  ~e *> ���������  Hips, Back and Legs Would  Have Tlaat Tired Aclie  Everett, Washington.���������" For several  years I have had trouble with the lowest  part of ray back and  Tho Bride's First Breakfast  "John, dear," began the bride tearfully, "breakfast is on the table���������but  ���������but���������Isn't it just too annoying���������look  at the bread!" "Why." exclaimed  the bridegroom in .surprise, "It Isn't  bakqd at nil!". "I know it isn't dear;  that's juat it And I p-r-put lots and  l-Uota ot baking powder in it, too!"  my hips and my legs  would ache with Chat  tired ache. -1 could  uSXu!y stand on my  feet at times. I waa  always able to do my  work although I did  not feel good. I saw  Lydia E. Pinkham'a  Vegetable Compound advertised and  having heariTseveral  praise it I decided to  try it. I feel first-rate at the present  time. It haa done wonders for me and  I keep it an the house right along. I  i always recommend it to others who are  sick and .axling."��������� Mrs. J. M. Sibbeet,  4032 High St.. Everett, Washington.  To do auy kind of work, or to play for  that matter, is mextto impossible if you  are suffering from some form of female  trouble. Ifc may cause your back or your  legs to ndrte, it may make you nervous  and irritable. You. may be able to keen  up and around, hut you do not feel good.  Lydia JEL Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is limedi-cine for women. It ia  especially adapted to relieve tlie cause  -of tiie trouble and then these annoying  Ins, Rchea ami "bo good " fcehnga  jappear.  It haa done 1Mb for many, many ������re>  men; why aot give it -a fair trial���������now.  MONEY ORDERS  The worms that infest children  Crom thoir birth are of two Mads,  tlwsse that find lodgement in the stomach, and those that are found In the  Intestines-; The latter are the most  dOBtructlve, as they cling to the walls  oC tho Intestines and fif not- interfered  with work havoc -there. Miller's  Worm Powders dislodge both kinds  nnd while expelling tih<*>m from lhf*  Byateni* servo to repair the damage  they hswe caused.  Pay yam out of n������wn account;', l-y J 'o*.-.*ir.-  ioit Exp-tess Money Orders, rive -dolla**  costs iluee cents.  Wlcka  K you'dislike the smell of fche wUck  at* it burns in the lantern boll IL in  vinegar   and   thoroughly   dry before  using.  eVUtn-ard'*   Liniment  pnevont*   Spanish  ���������Flu  BELTING FOR SALE  All   Minds   of   tbeltlno,   new   and   used,  HhJppM Hnnbject tto npproval, 4 Incli -I ply  new ruiyb'C-T belting: RLiarant^ed enialiiy,  twenty cents i������er foot, all oIIipi-m ������t low-  Qfl������ prlcofl. 3n Caiw-Sa. VOIJK IU*:i,T!!X������::  CO..   IIS  Tork SI:..  r}V������������-nnle-*,  Onl.  Aniei-leca.' ���������  Pto-riBwr  ROOK  ON?  DOG   DJSrc.VHKS  nnel   Maw   to  3'e^tl  Mallf-d   1-Ye������   lo any  Add res������ hy tJie  CO.,   INt'..  Iii) Wet-HI        J 'Oil I'llll  H<r������!-eL  N������w  York,  n.  W.    N-   V.    l~1~  gyil AN EASTERZEPIC  By T. M. EDMONDSON  I stand upon a mountain top, with trees all girth around.  And thickets there of fen and fern that rover well the ground;  And little lakes of water- lie still without d sound.  Create in me enquiry, deep and profound.  Being1 -weary with my journey, at*. E eliitib the mountain steep,  It was there I made a little bed, and soon was fast asleep.  A holy awe around iiie crept as I lay dnwn that niffltt and slept.  While yisions of a wondrous kind enveloped the subconscious mind.  1 le>oked upon that mountain in its primeval dress;  Its beauty and its outline from ha e unto its crest;  Its mineral, its pyrites, and its golden mother lode,  Itupres in me the reality of an eteL-nal God.  Impressive as that mountain was, a voice was heard to sav,"  "A time will come when it and all will fade and me-It away.  Por there's something more enduring in the wise Creator's plan;  Ifc is the resurrection of what was first called suan,"  In His image and His likeness He gave to man a soul,  Which, it is said, will live forever, as the countless ages roll.  Por the body where the soul doth live is subject to dec:ay.  Though now is dead will rise again at the resurrection day.  A day by God appointed when His judgement will be given}  A testing, trying day for all who will be heir to heaven.  This is the wondrous day to all peoples will be known  When fche eternal God will sit upon His judgment throne.  As at Christ's transfiguration Moses and Eliascame,  So the souls that have departed will in likeness come again.  Por the great archangel Michael with..his trumpet in his hand  With one foot placed upon the sea and one upon the land,  Will wake the dead of nations, who have slept ten   thousand years:  As a valley off dry bones they7!! come with flesh that reappears.  Ye pyramids of Egypt, your Sarcophagus give;  Though now in mummied form.* arise, come forth, and live.  Ye Pharohs of Egypt who pressed the Israelifcish band.  Come take your place in yonder seat, your judgment is at hand.  Gome ye recording angels of all the deeds of men.  Which you have kept for ages, tell what, and why, and when.  lt will be a joyous day for the faithful sons of men.  But to those who've been unfaithful, I shall not describe with pen.  JProvision bas been made for my redemption here,  Through fche atoning Lamb, who waits for me up there.  How then can I afford to sin my life away  In hurtful, low digression, thafc would lead the sou] astray.  Each day to sear my conscience, the Spirit's power shun.  And lose my chance at la-st In the resurrectUsn.  Epochs and eras roll, they know nofc father time;  Infinity expressed in eternity sublime.  There is nothing here below that shall tempt my soul to stray,  Redeemned from sin .I'll surely win in the resurrection day.  merit and slow pay Ybe' placets an  dire straits, iea.sised bjr the rigid adherence to a no-credit system is nut  apparent at this distance, and certainly the advocacy of such a poU  icy coming from one ordained to be  kindly considerate^ one toward an  other does tne author no permanent  good and the cause of Christianity  much permanent harm.  -3������-  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday'at Creston, B.C.  Subscription ; $2.50 a year in advance*  $3.00 to U.S. points.  O. P. Hayes, Editor and Owner,  ORESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, APR   14  organizations for a much needed  beantification of the local cemetery  is one that should have the serious  and favorable consideration of all  who may be approached in the  matter/ The shareholders in the  cemetery are backing the movement to the limit of the company's  financial resources,-as* well as* being  willing ;to have the tidying up of  fche burying ground proceed along  such lilies as any responsible cit-  ment in the Review of March 24th, izens* commifcte may suggest, and  that Staples Fruit Company, lit(.., are equally agreeable fco devote all  would operate a branch in Grand possible future revenues to keeping  Forks this year, The Gazette re- the cemetery in good shape. Once  marks:    "The Staples Company op-  put right   there   should   be   liu.le  If a recent statement  appearing  in the coast papers as  to the daily  intake at Government liquor stores  in that city may be accepted as accurate it should   npt be long before  the prbvince Avill experience a standoff financially   on government control   of   the   liquor   business   and  govern ment   ownership and   operation of the P.G.E.  Bail way.    According to the statement   issued as  covering the liquor business in February the stores in Vancouver cify  alone were accounting  for  a turnover of $10,000  a day, and   it was  estimated that tliis^would probably  be two-fifths of   the total intake of  ail the province's wet goods emporiums, or   a   total   of not les9 than  $25,000   a   day.     'Assuming   that  there are 300  shopping-days in the  year, and that   trade will be somewhat   better    during   the   tourist  season, it is not hard   fco "figure out  a yearly turnover of $8,000,000, on  whioh, we trust, a   margin   of   25  per cent, is provided for,   thus giving the rather tidy net profit of almost $2,000,000 eaeh year.    Of this  latter sum,   ot*   course,   a fixed per  eentage is   returned   to   organized  municipalities for school  and   hospital   purposes, but  even allowing  for that the proviiibe'sshare should  still go a long way   toward taking  care of   the   province's , first-���������and.  let us hope, last,���������-railway  venture,  Xr>-xSrx-,r-:-^rm    ������������������   uutoigeu^   eeijjj\sil  4.1. _  IrSSXr  imlltHJUIIS-O-  erated in Grand Forks in 1920 but  did   not  do   any business   here   in  difficulty in perfecting   a plot owners' organization   to work   in con-  1921. Their representative was here junction with the cemetery officials  a few weeks aj^o and it is understood that they were prepared to  make a lively bid for fruit of Grand  Forks during the coming season.  The Staples Fruit Co. are allied  with the Nash fruit organization,  which is particularly anxious to  get the O.U.G. ont of business and  there is every reason to expect keen  competition for fruit here next seas  on."  The move of Creston Board of  Trade to awake public intereflt aud  secure some needed financial assistance Prom   local church  and   other  We have a quantity of this .  grain for sale.  It   i.s   one   of   the   .surest  crops   for   use   in   dry   or  hilly ground;   two crops in  the season.  Also   for growing in  orchards   and   ploughing1  undrsv  as a fertilizer.  Price:    $3,00  per 100 lbs.  Jas. Kerrigan & Co.  Cranbrook  in keeping the burying ground always looking right, and situated  where it is certainly the cemetery  can he made and maintained as one  of fche ver> few beauty spots Crest  on at present boasts. A rough estimate is that $200 would put fche  area in the best possible shape for a  permanent plan of beautilication���������  a sum readily within the combined  financial resources of the cemetery  company, plot owners, and the several church and community organizations that abound in  fche Valley.  When it come9 to heing intemperate it is sometimes pretty hard to  equal those who profess and call  themselves temperate. The Government liquor store question is a very  live one at Kaslo afc the present  time, and although the town voted  "dry" in the plebiscite in October,  1G20, the parsing oP petitions last  month for and against, the store  seems to have revealed the Pact that  a majority are now in favor of tho  Rale of hard stuff over a Govern -  hum it sfcfiro counter. Thiw moral  lapse on the part of Kaslo citizens  Ims so angered Pastor Hughes that  he is publicly fionriMftlling the merchants of the town to all start doit g a spot ensh buninenH just as  soon w the prospective liquor store  opens. Why all anrl sundry of the  resident* of that town who are less  fortunately ������itH������tK:d fhiruicisally  ('though poftsibly ergually nn 4Ylry"  in sfotnn^nt) than Pastor Hughes  should in thr-iSed times of  timernpBeuy-  For   Sale���������Good    talking    parrot,  price $30.      -Mrs. Gee���������. Moore, Creston.  r'H'i-r.Ji  Rich in Buiititaft ami from  Tisfssraulin-festsd Gows  7 Quarts or 14 Flints for $ 1.00.  CREAM F^R SALE  Half-Pint Pint Quart  20c. 35c. 60c.  MOUNTAIN VIEW RANCH  WALTER V. JACKSON  Am Mirabelli  tifBpal&Smff  Men's  Half Soles, $1.25  WomensHalfSoles,$1.00  Guaranteed for 6 months.  Secondhand Store in connection  with business  Is there any  Meat in  the  itouse Jr  This is the first question that presents Itself  fco fche housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a meal, Bnt why  worry P  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest  Quality  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  Bologna* dtc*  ������iru   alv-myw   to   bo   Si^d  here,    In meatet nothing  (|uit������i (Miuals "Bhuinrook  products.  O  &  CO.  Liii,  Pord Owners  Mr vm-mii-���������'.'������j.i*������*bI,������  ������ss8^ l^STSrS   tS%V Ww  -mm    ^m^ mm a    &e<M&&A'&jb0   ������&B ^   ~L~r~i~iMMi4f %MS-   ������*.  *: ff ���������_Y*i>-Y..**:- ���������'������������������--���������      -������������������':������������������������������������?���������?������������������ y . _' -_. '_j;ll  yqlir agliluOa IS poor we wih  charge,your Magneto in IS  ���������������������������"������������������ snisnstes.'    .  With the present low grade gas  you want good ignition.  Greston Auto  &l> Supply  R S. BEVAN, Prop.  frnrrt   Hdiiahlffi Mulriiro  11U1S1   iiSeiayll ifiynolii  ~wms^~ . :-,.-���������.���������-���������*.     . * -;--���������       -   . *   .   "      ~  Jggtmrr.0  include Men's & Women's from Murray's  -   ; ���������* .,Y   ,'*   '     - Y     ' " ���������   ' ���������    *"  Men's Shoes, black calf; military heel,  Goodyear welt..:������������������  "...............���������... $7.50  Brown   Calf,  combination last, (rood-  year welt ...Y: ................P.  9.00  Dark Brown Galf Oxfords ...:..... 7.00  Women's High Kid Bals........ ................. 7.75  Women's Black Kid Oxfords.���������..v .1...... 5.50  Women's Brown Calf Oxfords   : .. ...... 7.00  pAfilAHPS FINE ^OES inelude  Babv'sBlack Kid; biiittcm, pairLv............ ....p& 1,75  J ^^ .   r   -. *    ;���������     *,x-yv<-r���������0.i-r;i'.:.*.    r. V   -.+.:- :;������T:j.-r .1 iri*.u?.jA    -. '-���������  Children's Patent, st#ap.:  .................... 1.75  Children's, in the new 2-Strap Patent .  Slippers, sizes 4 to 71... Y '.;. ........���������:... 2.40  Sizes 8 to 10^   ...y  2.75  Misses, Jl to 2 .���������>���������..; ���������....:.. i ..' 3.25     .  Women's Patent 3-bar strap ..........^.p 4.25  Women's Brown Calf; high....    7.50  Misses' Brown Calf Bals z      l..\... 5.00  Women's Black Kid Oxfords  5.50  Women's Duchess Calf, 2-strap   6.00  "���������*"��������� -   .   *  The above are all New Goods for Spring, at lowest  possible prices for good Shaes  ^7:^.0.   * -.-v-i--  1  Creston Mercantile Co., Ltd.  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables  ,        '.''I *'   .e..  Sleighs and Cutters.      Team Sleighs  Single and Double Harness and Supplies  Several  Sets   of Second-Hand  Harness  Coal and Wood For, Sale.  Nm  S. McGREATH  Phono SB  Sirdar Ave.  Gr&Bton  Just reminding yoia an a quiet way Ijhat we cam.  supply all your needs in the Job Printing line, and  that we are in a position to quote you prices on  Counter Check Books, which books would be  printed   in    a   western   printing   establishment, u nets, just the thing;   a   pwir   o-  sum ked (glasses. .BeHtftie-Oit.fcw-3iy.Xtd;  \������,HJS. ;;. eitESTCTi   B.K VSEW  C?"  22 Sarry-Salllug   '  Contract Closed  -RE SPECIAL,    ;.v  T^i^BER LICENSES  ***��������� "���������** ' -      *  The attention of Timber  JLicense holders wh6 are  taking advantage of the  provisions of the 1921  Amendment to the FOREST ACT; whereby arrears  of license fees accrued prior.  to 31st December, 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  subsequent renewal -.. fees  must be paid within one  year after the date of the  expiry of the license in  order to maintain the /fight  of the holder to obtain a  renewal of the license.  -Pol-  Lopl Orange Lodge Jo. 2095  Meets THIRD THURSDAY of  each month. * at Mercantile  Hall. Visiting- brethren cordially invited. ��������� --���������'        -'"*  ERIC OLSON, W. M  %SBap8is of  m.  lisii H@t ABS@i������gfe!igiBfs  irice  ef   ftrst-class   land  an acre; second-claea to  Minim tun  reduced to v~  82.60 an ttOFts  - Pre-emption  now  confined   to surveyed lands only.  Records'wtil be granted covering; only  land suitable for agricultural purposes*  and which, is non-timber land.   -.,  Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  but parties of not more than four may  arranae for adjtacent pre-emptions  witfc Joint residence. ���������but .each raa&Ang  necessary Improvements on respective  claims. ���������  Pra-emptors must occupy claEips for.  Ave years and ma&������ Improvements tr  value of f 10 per acre, including* clear-  in-? and cultivation of at ieast 6 acres  before receiving Crown Grant.  Where pre-emptor in occupation not  less than 3 years, and haa made proportionate Improvements, he may. because of Ill-health, or other caisso, bee  granted intermediate certificate of Im  provement and transfer his claim.  Records without permanent residence may be Issued, provided applicant makes improvements to extent ol  $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- 6 acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  nf at least 2 years are required, a*.  Pre-emptor holding Crown jjrant  may record another pre-emption, if he  requires land In conjunction with his  farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory Improvements made  anu residence maintained on Crown  granted land.  Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 2t>.  acres,   may   be  leased  oa  homeuuea;  title to be obtained after fuIHIUn-e real  dentlal and Improvement conditions.  Por Erasing and industrial purposes  areas excecalnof 640 acres may be  leased by ono person or company.  Mill., factory or Industrial Bltea on  timber land not exceeding; 40 ocros  may be purchased; condletions include  payment of atumpnge.  Natural hay meadows inaccessible  by existing roads may b* purchased  conditional upon construction of ts. road  to them. Rebato of one-half of coat of  road, not exceeding half of purchase  price, Js mado.  VANGOU VEft,    Arpii   7  a. rvesk of negotiation between berrj'-growing and selling  orjraiiizfttions of the province, a decision was reached on Thursday  afternoon to let the contract forthe  disposal of this year's, crop ot strawberries, raspberries, loganberries,  blackberries and cherries to the  Mutual ("Vancouver)Xirnited, which  concern represents the big Nash  fruit interests of Minneapolis,  .which maintains a chain of thirty-  Hve jobbing houses on the Can  adian prairie as well as brokerage  offices at Calgary, Edmon ton Regina, Saskatoon, and Winnipeg.  By the terras of the contract, the  selling concern agrees to handle  225,000 crates of the small fruit-s,  of which 200 ears will be sent to  the prairie, the remainder of about  100 cars being marketed ou the  Coast. The Nash people give a  cash guarantee on a brokerage  basis for each car aud agree to  set tie for th6 balance immediately  upon the sale of the car.  Mr. Skinner stated  this morning  that   the   deal,    which    would    be  signed during the day,  would   embrace the B.C.  Berry Growers Association, the Pacific Berry   Growers Association,   the Gordon   Head  Fruit Growers Association and the  K-eatings aud Saainch Fruit Grow  ers     Association,     which   produce  practically tiie   entire   small    fruit  crop on a commercial basis  in the  province.    He stated   also, that liis  concern     would .also    handle-,   the  Hood River strawberries   this seas  on which wiii be    on    the   market  slightly iu   advance   of   the   B.C.  berries, as   well as   the raspberries  of Puyallup.  Mr. Geo.  H.   Snow, who has had j  a prominent part   iu    closing    the  deal, said that   the contract would  also cover   the rh ubarb * for   which  the Mission-Hatzie district is fam  ous.    The amount involved   in tho  marketing of the   crop    would    be  well over $500,000, he stated.      He  was of tl e. pinion that the increas  ed acreage this year on strawberries  would go along   way   in offsetting  : be damage by frost    last    winter,  and   tlj'atb; the yield-sof raspberries,  .would beg^-eaterfV?*1.-^u*-Y, Y'Y  Xt will l������e renlembered that last  --ettson probably 25 per een t. of the  strawberry crop- could* not be i-oli-  ed to the prairie on account of  rains.        '  Vicjr Ma.w-ron is spending a few days  this week with] friends at Lumber ton  and Ot ah brobk^ j,r  .. t  , Tomato Plants for sale. Order lit  once and aypid .disappointment later.  Pochin, Canyon.,      . ;  Eggs For ^A-icHiNa-^-Rose Coin b  Rhode Island Beds, $1.26 for sitting of  15 eggs.    Ms^W, "V Jackson.  Posts For Sale���������-A few hundred  inmarac posts, peeSeft and dry. 6 and  9-in<ih tops.    Geo,. Hobden, Creston.  Cab Fob SAUE-r-Babv Grand Chevrolet, in jgooct shape, price right for  immediate saleY ZB&ts. W. K. Brown.  Come in :&aS * select your . baseball  goods, so that yO'cr will haye yours for  the season's opening. Beattie-Oatw ay,  Ltd. ''--.  -y:?Z.]yHL   ,*.  YFob Sai-k���������First class saddle  mare,  or- would exchange for   a   light ��������� work  facei-se.      Pochin    (Canyon) . Erickson/  P.O. *.   .-" '"*.���������"��������� W ..-  Mrs'. B.B. Staples and son, Ted,  were visitors with Nelson friends a  couple of days at the middle of. the  week. -������������������ :-":'\ '  Wanted���������Chickens, hens roosters.  Will pay top cash price. Dong Barney,  Fa-ciSe Kestauivrat, next Mawson's  store.  Drlssmakixg���������-Young ladies' and  children*sYa. specialty. Charges are  reasonable. Mrs. R. de Falaise,  Cieston. *  Miss A. Doyle, accountant with the  Staples Fruit Coin pany, Ltd., is spending Easter week with her parents in  NVlson.  Ia. Kyle of thi? Fruit Growers' Union staff, left on "Sunday for a month's  holidav with friends in   North   Van-  ���������i  conver.     -'."*.- -t-ipj .   ��������� '  Fob Sale���������Teani driving ponies**,  harness and democrat,. or will trade  for Ford par. J������oitow'k Blacksmith  Shop. Crestpu.  The Ladies' Guild of Christ Church  Mi-e giying a whist and dance, in the  Parish Hail on   Friday evening, April  28th.    Cards at 8.30 pioinpt.  Aftei- paying all expenses the band  will have at least $35 for the purchase  of new music and instruments, as a result of their Friday night eoncert.  Services at Christ Ghurch on Easter  Sunday will be at������������ ftnd 11   a.iu., and  ZJ.3Qf p.hi.    T.h^g|%r4l be celebrations  'of ELiity Cnmriiumiuv at tbetwo forno*  * '.,������������������*"���������*, -    'l*  v     ���������*������ -'-'*���������   *     -���������  '*���������-    ' '      "���������   ���������"' .     -  er.    Ort Saturday Stlwre   will   also*  be  services at 10 ainiVaheii17.30 p.ai.   '...  SULPHUR AND LIME NOW ON HAND.  Place your orders now fcp get the advantage of of present prices. Future supplies  will cost, us considerably- more than our  present selling price, therefore order now.  Greston Fruit Growers Union  5Z^-  Thrift Versus Soendthrift  ���������";.--.*..*-���������- -������������������'    .J .    '     '      -m-  Earningr twenty dollars a week and banking- two, you  are better able to rise above emergencies than the  man snaking a hundred and saving nothing. A savings aeeount is a backing: that gives yon confidence  and power. Efficient and courteous service is assured  you at any branch of this Bank. sss  OFGANADuV  GRESTON BRANCH,  ������������������- ' --"*������������������'��������� ' ' *      P. Mani&sr.  G. W. AL1AN,  IMPROVE YOUR LIVESTOCK  Whether you have horses, cattle, sheep or hogs  it will pay you to secure the heat sire obtainable.  Poor stock costs as much to feed and care *%������.,  does not thrive as well and cannot reproduce  quality.  WE MAKE^^ LIBERAL LOANS  EOlt LWESTOGK PURPOSES.  r  Last year brth Creston Frnit  Growers Unic n and Wynndel Co-  Operative Gro%ver������ marketed their  eriiit with jBerry Growero Associ  ation, but up till Wednesday niffht  OYJ.. Wipjen, manager of the  Wynndel organization bad not  bnen advised of the exact terms of  the deal, and until he has perused  i his no announcement can be made  as to whether the local berries will  be sold through the Mutual., Brokers or not.  "RE-EMPTORS'      FREE  # ACT.  ORANT&  The pi-ope of this Aot la onlm-yed to  include all peraons Jolnlaar and atsrv-  Ing with HIb Mojoaty'o Foroeo. The  time within w������������i������������' ���������������"' *������������������ *  time within whlph the holm or devloe������B  of a deceased pre-amptor waasy apply  for tltlo und*or thia Aot la extended  from for oti������ yoar from tho death of  euch p-araon. aa formerly. untlJ one  rear alter tho conclualon of the prooonl  war. Thia prlvi]������c������ la also mado ���������)  tronctive. *������  No fees relAtlnor to pre-omptlonn are*  d^ie  or payable  by aoldlerv on    pre-  omptJoiiB recorded After June 26, 1818  Toxaa are romltte&d for Ave yeara.  Provlnlon for return of moneya no- '  crued. duo nnd been paid olnee Aumiet  4,  l!>l-t, on account of payments, feces  or taxoa on b old lorn" pre-omptlono,  Intorest on nsreementa to purchaac  town or oity Iota held by fflomb������ra of  Allied Forceo. or Honioiidi.at.i-, aequlred  direct or indlroot, remitted from *n-  llBtment to March 81, 1930.  &UD.PURCHASERS  OP  CROWN  0 LANDS.  I'rovfalon    made    for    liaiuanefl    of  crown isranLB to aub-purchosera of  Crown  Landa.  acqulrlnjr riahte  from  purchaaera who failed to complete  piarchoae, Involving foirfeitur<e. on ful-  II ii ment of conditions of purohaao. Ln*  lureat and tascea. Where atih-niir<5li������B-  ..rn do -not o3iidii> whoilo of ���������ordriikMJ par-  eel, purohaoe price due and usxfit* may  Ibe dletrlbuted proportionately over  whole area. Application* must lie  made by May 1, lfl*i>,  CIRAZINO. &  Oraalnff  Aot.   1010.   for    myetemaCIc  development of llv������������eoclt InduBtry pro-  wtelea for *rrailn*r dlnta-Icta ������nd ranve  vulmlnlHtrat-Lon    under   Comml-Knlo-nenr.  Annual (era-sing; p^riullH laeued bAwed  on mimbera raniredj priority for owtab-  llalied     awnem       aLock-ovej^efcriee    mi-ty  ment.    Woe, or parttally froe, pArmlim  for eetttera, oampem or iraveJiera. hjj,j  U> ten head.  Local and Personal  White Wyandotte  EkKs������  $1-225 for  14.    P. W. Ash. Oreston.  Fob Sale���������One hor������e plow. Morrow's Blacksmith Shop. Oreiston.  Bill Belanger of Ijuiubprton waa a  week-end visitor with Oreston friends.  For Sale���������Fresh young; cow. $75.  O. Blair, Reclamation Farm. Oreyton*.  Mis. H. B. Downs i������ spending tho  Busier week vucation with friends in  Cranbiook.  AroocI line of sportinR prooile is now  o i display. Pick youra today, Beattio  O dtway. Ltd.  LAND SETTLEMENT BOARD  7 Tendee for Horses, Tractors, Camp  Equipment  Sealed Tenders addressed "Tenders  for Purchase ofYEquipmt'nt'Yfor the  undermentioned articles will, be received bv the undersigned up to and  hidUidfn������* Ko'cloflJ: n������t>r. on the I8th~  day of April, 1922:  4   Cleveland    Tractors   (I    Cletrac)���������  1   Tractor disc.  I Cockshutt All-steel breaking plow.  1   M a ssey-Harris wood beam break-  ingplow.  1    Wisconsin   wood beam breaking  plow.  45 Double-deck bunks with top slabs.  50    Mattresses for saine.   .  1 French range.  6    hoi-sen   with   harness   (2   teams)  rtge 8 to 10 years, weight 1400  to 1550  lbs.  The above are on view at the Board's  Camp. Camp Lister, Oi'eston, B C.  2 Ford 1-ton trucks, newly overhauled, can be seen at MdgateV Garage,  Oreston, B.O. ,  The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  Terms���������Cash.  Land Settlement Board.  560 Superior   Street?  Victoria, B.C-T  Victoria. B.C..  March 25th. 1022.  PAID-UP CAPITAL  RESERVE FOND  : -      -      $T5,ooo������oca  $15,000,000  CRESTON BRANCH. CO. Bennett Manage/  Ga&B������  ^mperinl  Lump Gait Coal  always in stdek.  TRANSFER    and    DRAYING  Stan. M. Watson  Office:    Opp. Methodist Church.  Phone 56  The Mechanical Excellence  of Vour Car  depends upon the eare it gets.  Let us. overhtiut it, and-put it in shape for  tiie spring season.  Authorized Ford Service,    A full line of Accessories,  Tyres, Spare Parts, <fec.  We are equipped to do Pipe Cutting and Threading, and  carry a well-assorted stock of Pipe Fittings, etc.  ������jiiE,U l IJil  L tOOATE BROS.  P*HON& Bf  Carloads of Brick  Lime and Csmc.it  ���������First quality products.  ���������Prices are rock bottom.  ���������Demand as quite heavy.  ���������Order now, and avoid disappointment  i  GIftf     1 IllflllCII*     frlBliflefllsnil  xii'      tmt$iisi-.'iM.      %jt%t9ti0*wii V  i-Jf^iTED m.  isl  SEEK. BEVIEW., CIIESTON. B. CL  1.  T&-. Lrlewellyn W as  iscpur&ged Over Her  ealtk, Says Husband  C Paw   t'a'i-'i&lxftsae.  ah   ���������  ������������M������wrt-io.n  [������������������������������     * uvmiuvu   *vu    vhohh.hu  1^n.������t.. 1  "My .-wife is the very picture of  heaith now and she tells me she nev-  ar felt better in her life. We certainly believe in. Tanlac at our house."  said  Arthur Llewellyn,  428 Alexander  Ave.,  Winnipeg, Man.  "My -wife had been in. failing health  for so long that I was very much  alarmed about her, especially since  the many things she had tried failed  to do her any "good. She even spent.  some -time in the country, hut this  Yitso'failed to help her and she came  home utterly discouraged. I don't  believe anybody ever had a worse or  more stubborn case of stomach  trouble than she did.  "Tanlac certainly was what she  needed and she hadn't been taking it  long before she was on the road to  recovery. It not only has toned up  her stomach so that slie eats whatever she wants, but she has the color  of health in her cheeks .now and apparently is as strong and healthy as  anyone could wish to be.'Z  Tanlac is sold by all good druggists.  Assets And Liabilities  Only   Four  Pa~sseng������rs   Killed   Out of  Over Fifty-one Million Carried  Ih Year  Of more than 51 million passengers  carried on Canadian, railways during  the year ending December 31. 1921,  only four were killed and 24.0 injured.  according to statistics contained in  the^. annual report of the Board qf  Railway; Commissioners for Canada,  tabled, in. the House. The total number of passengers, carried during the  yearv^as 51,318).'S22; A total of 185,-  177 employees ������������������yvei-e engaged in railroad work during that period, and of  this number 91 were killed and 1,344  injured.  There were a total of 1,821 accidents- on railways during the year,  in which 243 persons were killed and.  1,93S injured, as*~coinpared with. 2,093  accidents covering 254 killed and 2,330  injured during the previous 12  montiis.  ��������� OE tlie 148 persons, other than employees or passengers killed during  tlie year 1921 in railway accidents, 64*  persons, or 43 percent, were trespassers, the report.stat.es, and ol: 344  others injured, 91 persons, or 36 i>er  cent, were tresspassers.  ���������Applications    to    the board  during  the  year  numbered  3,404   and   oi'ders  Children Cry for Fletcher's  Mining Claims Bring Quarter Milli-on  Confirmation was given at The Pas  of the report of the sale of fourteen  mining claims at Copper Lake to Nip-  issing Mine of Cobalt and New York.  The claims -axe, the properly of J. P.  Gordon, and the price is said io be a  quarter of a million dollars. Low-  grade gold ore has been found upon  several of the claims in addition to a  gold pocket of extremely spectacular  ore.  HE FOUND RELIEF  The importance, in   fact the necessity, of any man engaged in business  having    an    accurate    statement    of    his assets^and liabilities"Ts universally  >reco������t!l'sed.      It is essential that such a statement be revised from time to  time, and kept up to date, and the latest statement compared with previous  ones tn order to determine whether financial improvement is being effected,  or if the reverse is true. '     p     -.  Such a statement iiL~of first importance to the business man in alt his j issued in the-same period 1,454  dealings with his hank and with hi? creditors.      Without, such a statement  a bank will not make loans, nor can a man establish.a satisfactory rating for  himself.  Id.  determining   the  financial  standing   of  a   man  by   such a.statement,  which'is.regarded as the more important, his  assets  or his liabilities? .    It  appears to be general-ly believed that a man's financial standing is revealed  by his assets.      But this is not so.      Of course, his assets have a bearing on  the subject, hut it is his liabilities which more clearly indicate a man's financial standing. .  ..^. """  Liabilities  can only be lessened" by a realization of assets.      Assets,  pn  the other hand, may shrink, frequently do in the process of realization.      A  statement of assets, therefore, usuaLly represents somethingof greater value  than is actually possessed, and allowance must be made for this.      Liabilities,  on "r.he  other  hand,  may  be  xmder-stated,  quite   innocently,   too,   because   a  liability may be of an indirect character and contingent on something which  may never .happen.      But it may happen,  and'must therefore be taken-into  account, ���������  The outstanding difficulty in Western Canada today is not that the average farmer's assets, are not good, but that his liabilities are too great;  that  while be cannot realize on his assets at the present time except at enormous  Loss, his liabilities have accumulated and are not now acutely pressing.  One lesson to he learned from the expei-iehces of the past few years is  the importance oC exercising care in incurring liabilities. There is such a  thing as being cursed, rather than blessed, with_.too' mu,ch credit. -A liability  once incurred, must be discharged, regardless of ability to realize on assets.  The contracting of liabilities should therefore he guarded against all along  the Mae. and every human precaution taken to protect oneself against* the  ultimate time of payment.  But it 1< not solely in the realm of business that a- person should make a  close .study of their assets and liabilities, but more particularly their liabilities.       Every man--and "every woman has a niche  to nil in his  or her eom-  raunir/.      in filling that niche-they have certain assets and certain liabilities.  They may have the assets of good health, or a splendid education, or wealth,  or fxUli- ox   leadership, or inherited abilities.     ..But  they  may also have the  liabiliry of an ungovernable temper, or the faculty of making enemies rather  i-.han friends, or a-generally disagreeable disposition. And one such liability out-balances all assets when ii comes to permanently establishing oneself la ".he esteem of neighboi-s and .in 'the ability 10 render service in a  comr?-. unity.  Cultivate your assets, and -protect   them, too.    If you have an asset in a  Fletcher's Castoria is strictly a remedy for Infants and Children,  Foods are specially prepared for babies. A baby's medicine  ss even more essential for Baby. Remedies primarily prepared  for grown-ups are not interchangeable.     It was the need of  -: a remedy for tlie common aihnents of Infants and Children  that brought"Castoria before the public after years of research,  and no claim has been made for it that its use for over 30  '" years "has-not proven.*" "���������'���������'*'  WHat is  GAST������ R IA?  Castoria is a harmless substitute for Cantor Oil, Paregoric,  Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant, lt contains  neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its;  age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has  been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency,  "Wind Colic and JMarrhdea; allaying Feverishness arising  therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids  ! the_ assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep.  The Children's Comfoii^--The Mothers Friend.  genuine CASTORS A ^always  ������������������;������������������. .._; ������������������*  .        '���������'''���������   -J   '   ' ' "��������� '  Bears the Signature of  in Use For Over 30 Years  THE CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY  An  His  A Servant of Empire  Lord  Northcliffe has Accomplished  Much in Few Months  During his. travels Lord Northcliffe  has rendered great services to the  Empire. He has earned the gratitude  of Australia hy pressing her need for  more population, he has told the blunt������  Ex-Service   Man   Tells   How  Wife   Found   New   Health  "I -wish to testify," says Mr.-R. A.  FY Hughes, of Hamilton, Ont.. "as to 1 truth about India, he, has disclosed  the efficiency of your "Dr. Williams' j the toilsome lives led by Britons in  Pink Pills for the following reasons:  "When 1 returned home in May,  1919, after nearly five years absence;  on army service, my wife had changed  from a healthy, rotrasl .woman, to one  whose life was a burden and ordinary  duties almost impossible. . Thvojigh  war'-worries, loneliness and other factors contributed through my unavoidable absence, her health had been  steadily undergoing what I might describe as an undermining process, for  years.  "I was Fully aware from her letters  that 1 would not find lier the same  woman, but, when I reached home, I  was terribly shocked' to find her in  the condition she was in. Her  healthy color had . changed. She  seemed bloodless and her shin was  sallow, She was weak and listless,  and  with   difficulty  moved  about  the  Belated Appreciation   ��������� ���������-  Unwelcome Suitor.���������"That's a lovely song!    It always .carries me away."  She.��������� 'li 1 had known    how    much  pleasure it could give us "both, I would  have sung it earlier in the evening."  Malaya, and he has exposed the Palestine blunder. The French and Dutch  have thanked him warmly for his tributes to their great work in. the east,  and he has shed much light on the obscurities of Chinese politics. A wonder Ful achievement in a few months'  ���������London 'Sunday  Pictorial.  ^���������la.r-1 .  fj[.J.;i      [-.'.  *.-. -r.    0   i.  i.ri *) :2t'.. .*? ,  ;.t-j; !���������*���������-���������*.  ,*vh>  :v,-.:  To lose.health as an asset, is to lose all, with nothing but liabili-  ,und. which you would lack the ability to meet.      If your main asset  ;VK    [r   may   disappear.       But   while   cultivating   and   protecting   your  give eveu  closer heed to your liabilities.      They wilt* mar everything  hey are reduced and ultimately eliminated.      Pay off that rmgovern-  -vnper, i:-.at ea.u*=iio tongue, that mean disposition, jusi as rapidly as you  . * can.  ���������Xr.'-.ag. healthy body and upon this are founding your worldly success, safe-[ house.       She hardly ever moved  out  oF the house as she became so short  of breath aud feared she would fall  during one oF her dizzy spells, which  she said were becoming more frequent .  "The day I arrived home I visited  our doctor, who Js an old friend, and,  later, through his advice, consulted with another physician of this~clty.  Makes Breathing Easy. The constriction of the air passages and the  struggle for breath,. too familiar evidence of asthmatic trouble, cannot  daunt Dr. J. J. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy. This is the famous remedy  which is" known far and wide for its  complete effectiveness even under  very adverse conditions. It Is no untried,- experimental preparation, but  one with many years of strong service  behind it. .Buy it from your nearest  dealer.  Dye Old Curtains,  Sweater Or Skirt  In Diamond Dyes  "Diamond l>yes" add years of wear to  worn, faded skirts, waists, coats, stockings, sweaters, .coverings..liaxigiTig-s.. draperies, everything. Every package contains directions so simple any woman can  put --tew, rich, fadeless colors into her  worn garments or draperies even if slie  has never dyed beiore. Just buy Diamond Dyes���������no other kind���������then your  material will come out right, because  Diamond Dyes are guaranteed not to  streak, spot, fade, or run. Tell your  driiK-grist whether the material you -wish  to dye is wool or silk, or whether it is  linen,  cotton, or mixed goods.  When the great liner Olympic burned coal, she required the services o������  229 men in her firerobms; -with oil*  burning engines, 60 men do" the wort.  Baseball   was  played  in   New  York  as early as 18'42.  Use   Minard's  Liniment for the   Flu  ������������������pi-e-moei-  -l\\. . and  .our liabilities!       Keep close tab on them!      Check, them uji   Everything    was    done that could he  ~. ������ . . .    ..       ft...:... .. ___ ,. *       _*1  ���������  ..  ~1 .... -.          ,11 .- r.         ....  ...  -ei;:..rni,  i :.t ! *  you cannot find a lessening of liabilities you have good rea-  Vnlews overcome, whether ther be of the financial or other  swamp you in  iiie  end,  CrMjc������*dl of Women on immigration  ���������Q'.-i   :.'*. ^Jot Quantity to be  Sought  in  Picking  I***** mi grants  ������������������'. - ���������' <*-* ef-i->rr������'**.'i5>3ing :-.*������������������:.���������**������������������������Ions of the  ���������' >:;.. '?...n <,'<y*.-���������-��������� c:l -of Womr-n on iniem-  ,:r-.-.   .-.. t.h������* (>j,-,v.r~) met   with rhf> sub-  oomin'ulee of the Cabinet on immigration,  and   presettled  the   result of  Its  deliberations in the form of a number  of    recon)mondsu ions.      it    expressed  !ir>|)i'i-'einrion of the statement of Hon.  ChiiB,   Slfwarl.   minlBLet'   of   immigm-  ; tion.    lo    the    o free I", that a large .'.m-  ���������nilsi-aiion  pi-ogi-auime was considered  , impoKsiblo   in   view of  tlie  uncimr>!oy-  I meni  Hi! ua i ion and endorsod the o-jnn-  ; ion   (hat. quail I. y  rather   than  quantity  ! of I mm I r ration muHl.'be the first <:on-  | side-'raiion   in   building     np     CariHdian  nnl.M'irifil  IUY.  'I'll*- <-ounell j'e co in mend cd that l ha  Government h Would nutke turiher  efforts to   familiarize  intend tag  iinrd-  ;TJE.\UTY OF THE SKIN  i|   i.i������ *   iii������i,i*v;������j   f'li'iir"   "i   rVeery   v*-e*nniit>  cm )     i-i   .*���������!.' :t i um i. 1.1    l.y    tl.e-    nw    e*if    I/l*.  i ���������' i.i. ,���������>- . II  it' ' in1.:'       .'','. J. 'jii" . ���������  \':r.l:ti-������.r)a.  >-'.>i!l n-i     inel      rceli*!-"        >.i     til t at    eeUifi.  u e i ...e ..i hi     :e   i>i     I'v/i-niu    (I i.-.ti ie!-> ���������(*..'*,    lii:...  t.ii*������ '.ieui  i e i.'fi >t.".yi-, -i;.'.<*.tti ft-il v*>!v������i*tv  ���������H II .tfir'fire. i*-r !*' !*-.**,mi. rip, )u,iin li' I'll..  l.iielll.ei'S, l'.������r*-.Nl'), Hi* lilt?.'' Ini. tf fOU  itJ.'ie'titO'li   '.,li*'l   |l!ii*irl*  done, aud many medicines were pre  scribed and i'althl'ully taken. As  these were ol* no avail E trusted that  time alone would suffice .to build up  what had gradually been undone in  the course of five years. After  twelve months, conditions had become  worse, Then I decided on change of  air, gave up my position in the city  and moved to the country. 13von  this did not do any good. I think it  added to  hex depression,  "One day a friend visited us and as  a 'result of tlieii' conversation my wife  made up hor mind to try Dr. Wll-  llanis' Pink Pills.  "I had not much faith In what I did,  bul. procured three boxes.      This hap-  ponod nine months ago.      I was surprised 1o hear my    wife    say,    alter  about, the tenth day, 'I believe these  pills aro doing m*p good."     A week or  so after that, I certainly believed thcy  wriv. for T saw color returning to her  cheeks    and    the    sallow,    unhealthy  color    disappearing..     The pills were  r.eiiulnly  doing what you claim they  will do, and of her own free will she  continued     I horn     for     about     thvee  months.     At tho end of thia Ume she  seemed, qullu n different woman.   Life  wan   won It    living. '   The llstlessnesa  hnd  gone and she  covild  walk up  the  steep  hill,   which is. half n mile long.  lending   lo   our   Wous.e,   without,   the  slightest       InormveideTie**)***-..      Al       Ihis  Ntnr*-*   "h"1'   'llHconHntied   Ihee  pills  and  she is JitHi  uh  well now  n,s ever  she  WIIH,  "Now, h.1i\ I want to, Hay I Wave  every I'allh In Dr, WUllaras' PJnlt  l"!lis;, m* 1 11live hnd proof, and I l������e-  llcve ihat wluil lids medicine did for  mv  wife, II. ean do fon- otliei'H."  Vou    enn    Ket    T)r. WIllUunB' Plnlc  I"UIh irom any medlclue dealer or by  { riuiU al  re-D c������ntB a box, or fdx boxeis  Ml'-^J'i -.}n\t-.;-...i tar 1I.& Crimps it.*6 j ;'-������<      ?2.7-Qi     ra'om   The   Dr.   '.VLSIlamo'  1 FJu \ B,t������illclae' Co., BroelcvlBlo. Ont.  Holloway's Gorn~R������jnover tahes the  corn  out  by the root&N     Try it and  prove it.  A French gunpowder plant blows  the fumes from its gun-cotton factories through a chimney lined with  glass which resist^ the chemical action perfectly.  -jJSMRSL*1*!?  gra nl  with   Ihf!   a dual   condition:*-. In  ; ("'an a cl ii nnd -wit It the rules and regu-  | billons reni rieting admission at Ihe  * pnvt--. It also reenininended that, as  '< 4'--ir ���������*<������������������ po***:---ihle, rvovy Immigrant  \ should undergo a medical nnd menial  : (fxjiiulnar.lon befneie embarkation and  ihat- a m.'-iiti-.tt rif|v3s������--r with psyelda*  i;ii* i e .i I.-j in;; !/������* ji*l;iiiii*d nn the .d;iff  \ 'H   i h<*  t ,<it,i\irri  nthtf  4'm<i iMHtdre-d rolouly-i*; of Ikicm, under  f;t-, in ,i blei     rorulil Ion.'.,     v/jll     prfHluce  tWf'-ni;, two ;i!ie-l r������������n-;UnH   li,u->, nt   honey  in r,n*- m-,tHi$n.  Distance Traveled in Dancing  Dancers are R������ally Marathon Athletes  Says Statistician  Swiss statistician estimates that the  average foxtrotter travels about one  mile in ten minutes, while, In the case  of other dances, a dancing couple cover a mile- in 20 minutes.  Ho found that dancers, at a ball  which lasted from 10 p.m. ��������� until  5 a.m., made 56.000 steps, amounting  to a distance of about 30 miles, and  among them, were women shod in tiny  high-heeled shoes who would never  walk a hundred yards In' the street,  preferring a motor car.  A Swiss doctor, by means of a pedometer, reckoned that he had mado  about 6,750,000 two-foot, stepa in a  year.  Duolneoo Ib Buclne'co  'A   train   In   the. Western  States  ot.  American was held up by handtta, who  ordered the passengers to give up all  their money.  One ol! the passengers was a Jew  from New York, and whon hl������ turn  ���������came, ho reluctantly drew throe hundred dollars; from his poet-kid, and, tailing six, put thorn In his pocket.  "What do you mean by that?" asked the bandit,  "Surely," answered tho Jew, "you  don't mind me taking a 2 per cent.  discount on. a cash transaction"?"  MinanriV    Liniment    for    Couana  Co I dm  and  A Successful Man  Among the notable profeeeional men  of thia country who achieved great  ���������success alone -strictly legitimate lines  waa Dr. E. v*. Pierce. Devoting hia  attention to tins -specialty oE ���������womeal'a  diBeanea, ho hocamo a recognized  authority in that lino.  Over   fifty  yearn   ago   this   noted.  phyaician gave to the world n. Pre-  Horipiiou   whittle  ham  never  b'umu  equaled   for   the   weaknesses of  women,   Dr. P3erco, of Buffalo, N. Y..  lolled since  found out what ia naturally beab.lov woman's dfoeaacs.    Ho  Learned it all thm treating fhon-  sandfl  of  onsen.    Tho   result of  hi hi  studies was a medicine called Doctor  Pierce'n Favorllo Prescription.    I'his  medicine is made of vegetable growtUet  that, nature surc-ly Snlended for Laclfc-*  achc*> hendnch-e, weakening pninn, nnd  for iho many dlsoulers .common. to>  women in all ages of life.  Women who������  take thia sbnndard remedy know that  Sn Dr. Plorco's Favorite Prescriptiow  thoy are pottinus n anfe womnn'n tonlo  no Kood that dlrugglstH every where e'ell  ib fn both tablet and fluid form.  9ond*;i0o to* Dr. Pierce's BratioU  IjJtbomtory in BrldueburK, Ont., Kor  uiul yuvlxHuo liwliluU.  ���������'���������ll f /  'tl  ty  JL  ehb WB*simwiJ3msssm������,Wx_^i  Hon. Chas. Dunning  Forms New Cabinet  Itegina.  conference  Newlands,  -Hon. W\ M. Mai tin held a  with    His    Honors. W.  and recommended that  Hon. Chas. A. Dunning be ca-lled upon  to form the new Government necessitated by Mr. MarLin's resignation, Mr.  Dunning was then called upon by His  Honor to undertake this duly. After  the new cabinet had been sworn in,  the portfolios were announced as  COllows:  ���������V Hon. C. A. Dunning (Moose Jaw  County)YPremierY President of Coun-  Cil, Provincial Treasurer and Minister  of. Railways..*'.,  I Hon. AY-E-Y McNab (Saskatoon City),  ^Minister of Public Work-:* and Minister of Telephones.  Y -Hon. S. J. Latta (Last Mountain).  Minister of Education and Minister* in  Charge oi! the Bureau of Publications  and the King's Printers Office.  Z Hon. C., M-. , Harnil t on (Weyburn ),}  Slinister oCY/lgriculture and, Ministei  of Municipal Affairs.  ;; Hon. J. A. Cross  (Regina City), At-/  tpmey--General and Minister in charge \  Of the Bureau, of pChild .Protection.  y Hon.  J.  Gl Gardiner   (.sorth  (Ju'Ap'  pelie), Minister of Highways and Minister in charge of the Bureau of Labor  and^Industries^  Hon. J. M. XJhrich   (Rosfhern), Pro-  HON.'CHAS. DUNNING,  ���������Premier  of   Saskatchewan  vincial  Charge  Health.  I The  Among  Secretary    and    Minister    in  of   .the    Bureau    oi*    Public  realignment , of _ port folios  the old members gives Mr.  Hamilton two important departments, agriculture and municipal  affairs. ���������. ;  I Mr. Dunning^: in addition .to being  premier and president of the council,  retains his former portfolio of provincial treasurer and adds to that the department of railways, temporarily  held by Mr. Martin since the retirement of MrYKnowles. "-..,-.  j. Mr. Latta.-contintuees as. minister of  education and will supervise ttlte bureau of publications and the ofHce of  King's printer.* He . has been in  ^charge of the last two branches, of  work, for some time, ..though the publications branch does not become a  bureau until May 1, under the act  passed at the last session of the  House. '-���������'.*'���������'���������"'  Z The important office of attorney-  general held by Mr. Martin passes  over to one of the new members of  the" Government, Col. J. A. Cross, .-of  Regina City, who will add to his duty  the work of supervising the newly-  created bureau of    child    protection,  though,    like     the bureau..of publications,     the     latter    does  not  become  | effective  until   May  1.  <    Y  Hon. J, G. "Gardiner, another new  member of"the'Government, succeeds  Hon-? Chas. Dunning as minister of  highways, and takes over from Mr.  Dunning supervision of the bureau of  labor and industries.  The provincial secretaryship, which  \ has been given to the third new  member, Dr. J. M. Uhrieh, of Ros-  thern, was formerly held by Hon. W.  E. Knowles, and upon the latter's  retirement was temporarily . held by  Mr. Dunning. Dr. Uhrieh will also  have charge of the bureau of public  health, formerly supervised by Mr.  McNab'"   ... ���������  Government May Appoint  Hew Commission For  Federal Grain I  "a.  Milk Famine m London  -o  J. Huntingford,."Editor of The Star,  - Wainwright, Alberta.   _  Pay LastTripiiies  T@ Sir John C. Eatbaj  Believe  Supply   Held   Up  On   Account  Of Price  London.���������There is a milk famine ih  London and it as "believed to be ihe  result oi the recent reduction in price  from ninepence to fivepenee per  quart. It is thought the farmers are  holding up the supply, as they complain of the large-margin between the  price they receive for milk and the re- i  tail prices. Sir Arthur Grifnth-Bos-  eawen, minister of agriculture, Questioned in the House of Commons on  the matter, admitted that the situation was seriotis hut said he was unable to fix or control milk prices. .  8  I i  ur  E V  O' iVIUCH?  ;Public   Demonstration;  of  Mourning   isj "JPVX  Witnessed in Toronto .  .*��������� j I  Kml  Toronto.���������All i classes   of   the   com  Vmunity from.shopgirls and laborers to \     There are many men on whose heart  'attl nervous svst|-*-m ^ba^^o produces  legislators  and  members  of the Jttdi,!tlie most serious" results.      It causes  .ciary, gathered to pay last tributes of | palpitation,  paifii in the heart, irregu-  respect to the memory of Sir" John C. Uarity   of its ,beat,   makes- the   hands  :'Eaton,  whose-body  was  laid   to  rest  tremble,  sets  the    nerves    on    edge,  - | causes shortness or breath and loss of  I sleep.  Ottawa.���������It is not the intention oz  the Government to continue the J ed-  eral Grain Enquiry Commission as at  present constituted. This information was given to the House by Hon.  J. A. Robb, minister of trade and -commerce, in answer to a question .^k^d  by -Hon. H. EC.  Stevens.  That th������te anight be a new commission appointed, however, v.as indicated when Mr. Robb stated that  there was an appropriation in the  estimates ���������"- for 1922-23 to defray the  expenses of such a commission.  . Mr. Stevens r asked if the Government '-"has instructed the Board of  Grain Comraisloners '���������" to investigate  certain- violations of the Canada  Grain Act, alleged to have been  committed by certain -terminal elevator companaes and sworn to be-  fore the "Royal Grain Inquiry CornEais-  1 sion."'-' ;       .'������������������-.'���������  j"   The minister replied  that if spec-i-  | fie charges of irregularity were ntade  ithe    Goverhment    would"  investigate  them.    The late  Royal Grain Inquiry  Commission  had   made  no   report   to  the Government.  !  German Tax  in   the   family   mausoleum,   a   stately  in  To counteract this  structure   of  Scottish grey gi-anite      _    Mount Pleasant Cemetery here.    Rep-:f fluende on the heart and nerve  resentatives  of the"   Federal     Parlia- jis no ^edy to- equal  ment,'the Ontario Legislature, Toronto city council, the military, the  judiciary, the universities, the hospitals and px-actically all religious denominations attended the funeral service in the Timothy. Eaton Memorial  Methodist Church, and " followed the  remains to the.cemetery.  Toronto   perhaps   never before   ���������wlt-  demoralizlng in-  there  Approved  IMSIjOTSTO  lAoe~ LRmSi MLriS  YOU  can't  do  your  best  when  your   back   and   every    muscle  aches with fatigue.  Apply Sloan's Liniment freely, with-,  4.nt rubbing, and enjoy a penetrative  Utow of warmth and comfort.  Good for rheuifiatisnij. neuralgea,  fpraine and strains, aches and pains.  sciatica, sore muscles, stiff joints and  the after effects of weather exposure.  I For forty years pain's enemy. Ask  your neighbor.   Keep Sloan's handy.   *.  At all druggists���������35c, 70c, $1.40,  Mnde-in Canada.  First, Doctors ���������  VhenaSldn Specialist  -Then 2i;nS������tttIC������������ U������0������lf#  MV. shall pubtiih" every-week for tha benefit  of skin tfiiPKrors. in ,tl������I������ Bectlon. n rewworda  written livCeienn������llnn ih-oi>1���������������������nmc of them oC  Simminence���������nil heartfelt storlea of relief rrom.  crrlbloBUtlcxIne,  A Bcntcnco o, two from a letter from J. W.  Corn>, B������ Malbqiirne Ave., Toronto, a mnn ot  tine ilandlnir. I have Iwsen a ������ull'������rer for twin  yenri with eciema on the lru������ sad ankles. I  Irk-d three or four dliTcrcnt doctora. I went J������  R skin ���������iieclall*!:. All cf no u������e. I u������ed eno  dollar bottlo or D. D. D ���������tluit ia all. Today t  am i>crfectly well,"  . Tf yon wiih to try n bottlftof tli1il*regcrtDtlon  that Mr. Corns found ao remarkable, via will  Fimrnntyfi reH^P nn thc flrtfc taoMV, ts* y������ttl"  luonoy back. I~tap ihat itch, ttf&av. $!.������������ ttl  Irattla.   Try D. D. I������. Soap, too,  ���������l*ittOny,^ffttt1t|^_        fumggg/XBgfa^^^^^ __g_^_^^^^__  jJS^kmll9mm\^^^llm\ JSgLa^s^mSj^f/m JHS^^^^/BBSm  ������M lotlonibr SlifnDlaeaso  If. yon can no l. cnll at a lo<*al ������lt)nlor'H  wrllej to tho ILs.D.ts. l.nljonuori<j������, i;kn������i.  W IJ-7(1. 27 Lynll Av������\. Toronto, itinel Hioy  wlll .sortd you Hroin trial hoi tie if you ������-n-  clo������n ,10c, wliloh nu>r.-.-Iy i������ayB *or poeSl-apfO  wnil  ���������tin������*lrfn������i".  Finance Minister-Says Burden   Itnpos-  * ed is Without-Para 11 eh -��������� ���������  . Berlin.-^-"No nation ever wrote taxation legislation of such magnitude on  its statute books as does Germany  now that the Reichstag has given its  final approval to'the Government tax  scheme," said the finance minister,  Andreas Hermes, to the deputies, in.  thanking- them alter the conclusion of'  the third reading of! the measures  which approves a compulsory loan, of  one billion gold marks ancl the adoption of! which automatically makes ef>  fective fourteen major tax laws.  Herr Hermes declared the tax bur-  den imposed on the German people  was without parallel in history and  would demonstrate to the world that  the German .people were prepared to.  assume the financial oh ligations growing out off the last war.  The taxation laws, which received  the Reichstag's final approval have  been in the making for more than, a  year, yet'hardly anyone in Germany  possesses even an approximate idea oJ!  the extent to which the individual is  affected directly or indirectly by the  various taxes which the Government's  experts have devised in an attempt to  discover previously unloosed "I'or  sources for revenue.  MILBURN'S  HEART AND  NERVE   PILLS  They make the heart heat strong  and steady^ restore tone and vigor to  the nerves, and remove all the-evil results caused by the tobacco.  3Mr. Frank. Lutes, 71 Terrace Hill  St., Brant ford, Ont;-, writes:���������"I had  been troubled .with palpitation o������ the  I heart for a number of years, and hy  \ spells it would bother me a lot. The  nessed such a public demonstration [ doctor told me it. would stop*-on me  of mourning for the passing of one oC \ sometime if I did not cut out tobacco.  .     '   ...   . ., .        ..      tixil-ir.   .  en   i When   I  would  get   a speil   my  heart  her citizens.      It is estimated that 50,-1 would pcmnd> atl������ T TV-ould break. out in  000 people at one time were banked \ a perspiration, and get so \veak I  in the vicinity of the church, waiting K"",,q 1,<a,r" *" ^* -i"1- +  for an opportunity to enter. The  procession was uninterrupted^ for four  and a half hours when the doors closed to prepar.e for the' funeral service:  Four prominent ministers, representing different denominations, had a  part in the service, including" the pastor of the Eaton Memorial Church,  -Rev, C. A. Williams.  Sir John Craig Eaton was' regarded  as Toronto's biggest multimillionaire.  The interests of which he was the  head has ramifications in many parts  of Canada, Great Britain and foreign  countries. He was prominent in  philanthropic and patriotic work. He!  was born in Toronto in 1876, and succeeded his father as head of the company in 1907.  Lady Katon and four young sons  and one daugnter survive; also Mrs.  Timothy Eaton, mother of Sir John;  one brother and two sisters.  Sciatica for Years  Again  WHY C.-LACHANCE RECOMMENDS  DODD'S  KIDNEY  PiLLS  would have to sit right down-and. Quit  my work: also in the night I would  wake up and my- heart would he going, |  I shonid say, about 320 beats a minute.  About three years ago I got a box of  Milburn.'g Heart,;and,,Nerye Pills, took  them, and found that they did the job.  I am feeling fine and have gained-over  20 pounds in weight,"  ' Price, 50c a box at aFl dealers,, or  'mailed- direct on receipt of price by  The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto,  Ont- ' ._     : : -'  '' Fiate" War "in Progress"  Washington.���������-Prospect o������- an :ag-  gressive- steamship rate vr&r at Vancouver affecting all commodities car--  ried^between. 'Canada and the Orient  was reported to the Department of  Commerce by American ��������� Consul-General Ryder at Vancouver.  B  W.    N.    13.    1-63 5  Enters Nam������ for Henley Rac������  Duluth, Minn.���������Walter Hoover, of  thet Duluth Boat Club, amateur single  scull champion, has entered his name  in the English Henley race to he staged on the Thames, in London, June  30, it was announced here.  Report Was Exaggerated  London.���������Winston Churchill, the  colonial secretary, stated in the  House of Commons, that the steamer  Upton which was; seized.off the Irish  coast last week hy raiders, who, stowed its cargo in some unknown place,  contained not more than 25,000 rounds  of ammunition. The vessel originally was believed lo have cairried 500,-  000 1-ouq.ds.  Sailor Drowned  , St. John. N.B.-~Whilo the C.P.  steamer Tunislain was ein rduteft to this  liori fnoiw Glasgow, Scotland, a young  Scottish Rmllor named InnJs fell overboard and was drowned. He was a.  native of Glasgow and' man-ied.  Angora Accepts Peace Terms  Constantinople,���������Tho Turl-tJsh Nationalist Government at Angora has  acceplcd with re-Hem* tion a CJio armistice propositions rceon.tlylma<lo'by thc  Allies', tho Allied powers* representatives hoi-'o have been Informed.  Buenos Aires,���������Laurence 'Ginned,  who came lier������ la������t year aa an envoy  from the Bail I3J rcanii seoltJng recognition of the Irish republic, 1i������h clo.q-  etl the "legal-Ion" Iporo and sailed for  Ireland,  Japanese Delegates to Genoa  Tolsio.���������The appointment of Baron  3-Tayashl, amhasasdor to Great Britain,  Viscount Ishii, ambasador to France,  and Kogo Mori, financial commissioner in London, an the Japanese delegates to the Genoa conference, lias  been officially confirmed. Baron  Hayashi will head thc delegation.  ���������WW _^     % * ~  TO-NIGHT TRY  MINARD'S LINIMENT  feeling.  Quehec Man Relieved of Long Suffer-  tng  Shouts  Praises  of  Dodd's   Kidney Pills.  -Petite   Vallee,   Gaspe   Co., ��������� Que.���������  (Spescial).���������Mr.   Charles   Laehance,   a  w^Sl-known resident here is  shouting*  the praises of Dodd's Kidney Pills.  "I had sciatica and rheumatism,"  Mr. Lachance states. "My trouble  started from a cold. I perspired  freely with the least exertion. My  1 imbs swelled.  "Then came the sciatica and rheumatism and for five years I "was a  sufferer.  "I took, six hoses of Dodd's Kidney  Piiis.    Now my health has come back  and I tell everyone who suffers from  sciatica.,       rheumatism     or     Kidney  trouble to use Dodd's Kidney Pills/3  - Dodd's Kidney Pltls act directly oh  the kidneys.      They put the  kidneys  in eon di tion to strain   the   uric   acid  out of the blood.   . Without uric acid  in the ~ blood there cam be no rheumatism, or sciatica.  Ask your neighbors if Bodd's Kidney Pills do not make healthy  kidneys.,,       , ������������������'''. 'Y~ *Y" -ZP-  for  that    cold  Get Well  and    tired  -Keep Well.  KILL SPANISH  FLU  by   using   the   OLD   RELIABLE!  Attempted* Batik Robbery  "Winnipeg.���������Ah unsuccessful attempt was made by two young men  to rob the branch of the Bank of  Nova Scotia at St. James, a suburb  ot this city. One of the bandits  fired at R. W��������� Doig, the teller, who  groped for h3s revolved on being  commanded to throw up his hands.  His head was grazed above the ear.  The two men escaped.  Minard's Liniment Co., Ltd., Varittoulb, N.S-  Has Faith in Future  No More  Constipation  or Blotchy Skin  ^#ant   e   dear,  healfthp   co*n*jp8eJd(>&,  regular bowels, and a  perfect worldng liver?  All easy to obtain if you take  CAR TIS IPS  Little Liver  Fills, the sura  ante and easy  tne ting '..-.in'  tdy,   I-or iieadtc  nn equal.   IPuTely rea viable*  Semil fin���������Stt&UD0-M-~SmaH Prttti  King Geo rge Sa ys Pe op I e Will O ve r->  come PreseMt Condition*������  London.���������"I am strong in my faith  that the patience and energy oi the  people, combined with a spirit,of.confidence and good' understanding  among all classes will ovei'como the  di stressing conditions which have prevailed during the past years."  This is the test o������ a message which  Hlfi Majesty the King a cut to the  AssocJflted Ch ambers' oC Commerce  at'Its meeting here.  Right Hon. Stanley Baldwin,  president or the* Roard of Trade, announced that the coal trade had been  \ put on on economic basis and in the  pnst few months had regained an  export trade which uo* man llieuu&hl.  priKsfhh*- a short tlmeo ngo.  London Tube' Extension  London.���������Work for 20,000 men Cor  two years will ibe provided by the underground groups of .railways in this  city which soon will commence important extensions.  CORNS  Lift Off with-Fingers  Japanese Bank Assigno     ������  Vancouver.���������The     Nippon     Xalnyu  Slui,  h \m\t ed,  a .1 a panes o  ban k lie re !  operated  under  a    provincial     tnmt- ���������  | company charter, lias closed its doora.  Sn  .,*>.riffrtniy\rf*v,t- th-fee*.*-. h*e<������T* mnd?*,       :*.r,  sets are Bald to be about ?225,00<������ ami f  the  littbllitkrH, ^^>IU,u0(i.  Boesn't hurt a bit! ' Drop a 11 Hie  "Freezone" on. aa aching corn, instantly that corn slops hurting, then ishori-  ly you Jit't it a-ight oM with lingetrs.  Truly!  .Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of  ���������'FeV^prono" lop r>. fnw *e***-inl ���������r-v'itt]r\r*r\t  to remove every hard corn, nkoft corn,  op corn between the to-epi, and the ee&l-  tluaeaj without ooreness or SnitaMoia. 1*5  -'it.'  'it  m  IHfi 4JBBSTO23   BEVSKW  Local and Personal  Mi*, .and Mrs. A. R. Swanson and  family left on' Wednesday fur Van-  ciMiv������r where they will spend Easter  week visiting friends at the coast city.  Building  permits'issued this rrtonth  UH-lnde  one  for   quite a commodious  garage which is heinjc erected on   the  grounds ������ff Holy Cross Church rectory.  At their regular meeting on  Wednesday last Creston Masonic  Ixidge donated $15 toward the BoarcJ  of Trad e cemetery; beati tl fication *>_ project.  Ootnmeheiwgr this* week" the Grand  .Theatre is' resurnin^the *.how of pictures and until further notices will be  open each   Wednesday and Saturday  !(  held at the home of Mi-s. W. S. Wat- j Tbe evening anthem will be "Sing His  ->on, ^Saturday afternoon,. April 20th,Y Glory." The choir will be assisted in  3 to 5.30. jthe evening  Collect ions taken last Sunday at the ���������'  Anglican and   Presbyterian   churches.  by Mr. Chorlton on the  cello, his numbers being '���������Ave Maria"  and "The Perfect-Melody."  which will be giv-  Save the Ch Hdren  ���������nioril-vR^  0..���������l-m0t  : A silver tea ahd raffle of a piecee of  fancyttdr^ under the auspiceis f������f the  Lakes' Ghild of Christ Church, will be  PIGS FOR SALS  For sale cheap for cash, the lot,, or  separately: "One purebred Yorkshire  boiiSs, 2' ys'irs old..' One s^W-ehi-ed  Yorkshire sow, 2 years old.Ywlth or  withont.lifcter. .One purebred Chester  Wtslt-s loW} " years old. Oiie put-e-  br������I; Chester White sow, one year  old, with or withiuft litter. Apply F.  B. BAGSHAW, Camp Lister.  HORSES FOR SALE  PlVe teams heayy woik horses for  sale,at very low prices. (.Ian be seen  at our camp, Kitchener. CRANBROOK: SASH & DOOK COMPANY.  Ltd.. Cranbrook or Kitchener. B.C.  TENDERS   FOR   PLOUGHING  Tender* will be received up till Sat  urday, April 22, 1922, for stumping*  arid ploug-hing half a.������ acre of scnpol  site and moving fence. Lowesst or any  teh3er hot necessas-ilv accented.' For*  full particulars apply "j. E. VAKAGK-  ERAN, secretary Canyon City School  Board.  TENDSRS   FOR  CARPENTRY  Tenders will" neireceived up till Saturday, April 22-, 1922* for laying floor  in basement and fixing, sidewalks.  Lowest or any tender not necessarily,  accepted^ For full information apply  j. B. tTATSFACKBRAN, Secretary  Cartypn:City School Board:;  TEMDEhS FOR J ANJTQR  . Tenders wiii . beYreceiyed up till  April 3^, W@&t .Cojr the. position .of*������*jan-  itor, duties to eoniBnenceip'Sep tern  her. Lowes tor any'tender not necessarily' accepted. For full.particulars  apply to J. S. VANACKERAN,  Secretary Canyon  City .School Board.  realized almost $70  eh tt������ the Russian  -Fund. '*'." *'���������''"'"  Y !]@r8-.'*Eytle of CE-Awfford *' Bay^-was  here over the week-end on a .visit to  h'er:'-HiisbsiridV jeweler "Siytl^,; 'who left  with hetjL on Monday gto spend a few  drys onfthe ranch...... -  The vital statistics for. March show  Jbut'two hew arrival's, and both of  them were girls. There weie no deaths,  aiid absolutely no demand whatever  for marriage licenses:.  Mrs. R: McLeod and her sister. Miss  Tallant, who has been a visitor at the  MeX������eod Home for a cenfiipie of Weeks,  .are spending Easter ������������������ with their parents at KeHogg7ldrt^o.': f*    * "~  ���������"���������'.    J--. '    -������������������'..' *..:���������  ���������"  .--7-:-..  v..  Valley heps   are   so  distinguishing  themselves   at   ������'gg   production   that  fresh hen fruit is now down to 25 cents  a dozen.    Not in   nt   least   six   years  have eggs retailed this low previously.  FOR. SAi.B���������Yon ng . pigsi." Chester  White breed ready, on the 20th. price  ������������& e������cri. "AisoHjiifrh cow, f-mirth calf,  giving three gallons of milk a day on  poor feed. , $55. R. Stewart/."'(Alice'  Siding),' Ci-est on. ...,-.. l^-Z  The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist  Church will hold* their annual sale of  sewing, cooking, hot cross buns and  candy in Spet rs' Hall, on Saturday  afternoon April 15th   from   21510   to   6  fi- "��������� . - .  o'clock.    Afternoon tea   will   also   be  served.-*'  March was a poor one financially at  proyincial police ��������� headquarters, Mr.  f������eL.aren only handling $230 from all  sources,.and. of this. $168 was. front  thotor licenbes alone. $7.78 was the  total intake fronii aruusenieut tax for  the month.  "TneGoldeh Snare." the big Cur-  - wood feature film, will be presented at  the Grand on Wednesday night, April  tdihi .*- This is a realistic picture of the  great north; and probably the best of  the several Cut-wood works that haye  been screened.  Ponltyyinen report that the brighter  Weather of. the past few days is causing si, better deniand for hatching eggs.  P. G. Ebbutt announces that for-the  ii������xttodays th** pi'ifte rff a setting of  i-t egg;* either Minoicas or White  nedottees will;be $1.25.'.'"  may be started'  uc;ai> ���������  u  The special music in the Presbyterian Church on Sunday will include  ���������������He Lives Again" and . "Easter. JBells."  Lodges,  Wat  ;-er nas. sjscn  ;_,_���������. ~ss.  Associations  and   Public   Meetings  of every description. ��������� *-������������������,������������������.���������*.    -  Aileu jn the kitchen, and new tables supplied.  Rentals include use of kitchen, dishes, etc.  RATES: $5 per night;   $4 per afternoon, or when  no lights required.    Special rates for Committee Room  Apply to Office of STAPLES FRUIT COMPANY, Ltd.  asm  Try the Drugstore First  0! You Basebal  a Rat, Baseball, Glove, Mitft  Spiked Shoe, Suit  or anything else for this season? Nothing  but the best in quality and prices-ottered you  Tbe utuutfct you cat) perform with Uie.se goods,  would make Babe Ruth weep with envy.  tammrn mam tax * Mb ���������  ��������� 0*0. B"* ���������       4tk W tt U40~ tftl 0aa~  i {mmPwPm I*o   PLAYERS  A good timo to order blmfc now Racquet w RIGHT NOW,    How  abnut having tlie old one re strung? All work and goodH guar-  antwed. 11)22 Tr-nnin BaIJa im jnUnali jk-w. AIho homo Um.Uh im  ,fHfow to Play Teni-im"*"    Ordsr now fn save dismppointment.  Emm   sailBI|fl CSftmt        jg%,    SSL  '-&%?&&*% BL ft   Ut. -WL ffl fil    ���������     B  ^e^ffi       WM        M     mm WM^ mm   IH   Jl^^      ^S    ffiL M������i mt   J^ffl    w^^S WS    ^St^Slffl  Mail Orderu a  Specialty.  Phone Smfvic*  Prompt Attention  .._ Prominiently displayed in the post-  otfice h I. pi eaigti-fc!;:!sr tlie baseball club  honor roll w,-r^i shovtB tfi#' nanies of  last year's players^^ns:^-wol^as ailiist of  the gentleiiien who made special financial Cf)ntributtbhB toward fchfe club up-  kreepi Thitf year -financing wift ��������� prOb  aftfy he dpne by,.annig.ue variety.3how  which ii nb^'in ������iui'8e bl^ preparation,  and will l^pn^jb.n^riy.InyAfay^,-** ���������'_-���������'���������  Creston PubllU: ^Tennis'.;Oiub' was or  ganhted at a f������w-ly. well attended meeting, on Wednesehiy- night last, and the  following ofSceris were chosen-for the  'year: ;;President.������������������" .Dr. J Henderson?  Vine-Pie8ideiifc, Sergt. Smith; Secre-  tttry tr<&snr6r, Oeo: Mead$t:r'1Bsenutive  chinVijittee*'IjYKyle and YW. iSiu'rie.  aMemhership fees -we'ra Ssed" at ������5 fav  gentlemen; $������ fttr��������� l&Sies5; afid ^2 fbr  jntttbr metnbei-si-and* all are cordially  invited to johi-ap wi^h the clujb..  ...' Thei-e is every'promise' that baseball  will flbiirish hmongst thein tei mediate  and juniot* talent this year, at a-ineeting on Wednesday night last- ifc was  decided to have the sport coptrolled  by the senior team otneiais \yi^h the  younger niaterial; being - looked; - after  by B.-Hi Sntaii and G-. ^imbek-iey;  and a boys' {jotnmittee of ���������''Buekl' Uasv-  ies. HsnofcS Payiseand Albert Nickel.  There is nrnpie-talent at thepaWic and  high school, front which at least three  teams will be developed.  ',* The comitkitte in charge of the fiftll  fair whist-&ndl danee=^������n Ba������teE; Monday eyening in the Parish- Hall have  all arrangements c������)mplete for taking  i&ivo of theV record crowd expectepd and  ^ill appreciate it if the card players  will be on hand at 8.15 sb that whist *  gnud time. . The  ircii evet vFiii-.r-.be. sery*gd, and  dancing got nhder tvav at"al������Out ll,  Mrs. Foreniaif and Alek. Lidgate supplying, the "music. There will he four  . prices at cards. The admission is 75  cents.   Z  *- ������������������-���������      ���������'.-���������::���������-. '���������-.''���������  Theacholai-s of Division II. of the  public school had a yery successful  ���������Boueert.oh Wednesday afternoon in  Che schoolroom. :'Xhet;;;proceedsto be  lised for the pTirchH������e:*i|.a basketball.  Vice-pn^-cipal Pearce.;.pregided and a  varied prb^ranlfrt������eisyAs?. igivenY including a short playk^Wftiting at the  *?rain," in wbich fourteen scholars  t������>ofc part; The intak'a!>vas $19.40, and  the seholars; fully appreciate the gen-  eroiis pat������^nage.]bf the parent-s and  fche good work, done by;. Miss K. Moore  in supervising the,:putting on Of the  entertainment.   ... -yp ���������-"���������.    ...,  . Ronert, Stark, r who has . been sojourning in Italy and England for almost the past five months, returned  to Creston.on.Paturrlav. It will be. recalled that 5fip. ..BtJirfe 'l������������d charge "of  the Valley exhibit b^ fruit at she Imperial Apple Show iii> Lohtlon )asb  October, at which Messrs. IM'ttlejohn  and Stark carried ,nff the pi-emier  honors if. Cox Grauf^e. uu-u Creston  Board of Trade is hoping to, induce  M^i Stark to addrepa a public meeting  a little later in the month at which he  will discuss the various angles of the  big Crystal Palace fruit fair.     ,   ���������  The regular meeting of Creston Local of the United Farmers waa held on  Monday night, there being a fair turnout of members, and* two hew names  were added to the membership list.  It was decided to hold the regular  meetings on the first Monday in each  month. A programme committee was  appointed consisting of W. S. McAlpine, H. Lyne, W. X Truscott. "VV.  B. Eirihree arid T. Goodwin to look  after future rneetinpts. On the q.iH'9*  tion of qualifications for membership  the Creston. Local wish it to be under ,  siood Unit all who are wholeheartedly  in sympathy with the efforts of the  farmers to better their Iiosition are invited to apply for Wiembership with  the U.F.  With the soda   fountain "in   action,.  this week   the  summer  season   may  well bo naid to ho inaugurated at the  Orettton Bakery," '. _~i,i the details in  connection with thor addition to the  refi-oalitaunt room are rtbiv ptacticallj|r  couiplotfid and Mr. Noi-iIh has u quite  coinr)������iKllouh>Hnd vvtjlll appointed rr-  freHhment parlor, that will readily nc-  ecoinmodate fifty Kuoats. He is again  th]������ itcanon mcivIng tlie Curlew ice  crtiniti. lining the Voti'tex indiyiduaB  K-er-vlco both tor the fountain and ice  ereiuuHorving. The added apace will  grently fuolllfcute the mirvlce In the ten  and lunch rooTii, and Mr. JP-hnrris stntefl  that lie lw arranging to extend his  trade* In thin cllvrotion by serving lighfc  i������uppe^������ ������ntl whnl litr. jrulresh nients. A  pin mo Ib tilm, being pltit-ed in the Nor  rl������ purloin Mb ich will aisure patronn  both mimic nnd a   varied   Hne   of   re-  The lad ies of Creston Catholic Club  announce the first of their series of  four whist driye for Friday eyening.  May 12lh, in the Parish Hall. Full  particulars as to prizes, etc., for the  series later.  lean Church Services  The Presbyterian Church was well  filled on Thursday night last for the  illustrated Bible Society lecture by  llev. Dr, Wright, who the foltowing  day canvassed the town for funds for  the society's work, realizing about $30.  16  EASTEi DAY, APREL  ORES'l'ON  8 a.m.       11 a.m. 7.30 p.m.  ^ HATCHING EGOS  WHITE WYANDOTTES   i BLACjk* MINmROAS���������..^-. ���������...  S.C. WHITE LEGHORNS,.���������  $1.25  i.25  1.-25  per setting of 14 eggs. All from  sxcellen t or prize: ^t'ock^ P. G.  EBBUTT, Creston.  fipiliS  for Wiiiiiffs i������i Siiison's 6IIO0iiJif8|  Tmmf  CATERING IN Alt ITS BRANCHES.        WM GLASS GONFECTiafiEHY  100 IbsY RQ^JPM^LE CHOCOLATES  >eciaS prieerSOc. lb.  JUST' A&FtlVEp^A shipment of Hampton  -Y ���������-   JZros. j&iscaits     '.'  Next do&w to  Btaap  warn.  LsS-'   i^e  I    SPRINk  iiNy  ���������  Almost  time  tb^&e out after the gophers, and a little  spending mipn^ ^11 also Toe made on th^ kill of  ���������crows, magpies, homed owls, etc, on which the  provincial   police*pays   a   spot   cash   bounty.  For best Penults lise the  1 which \^ ofifer at the exceptionally close price -i of $8.50  ;       tJash^a year ^ago  tM have  ���������yZ-....; Z.p-zz*- cost yon ats least $18.50.  ���������  i  The ^BJLYARD" is a holt.Action single shot rifle for 22 short,  22 long rifle rim Are cartridge. "It ie distinKuisliexl from all fiinailiar  rifles by * its_ looking and satiety ^devices;' lightness, loading and  ejection.,    .-  "_'" :-ly \   ' .'     YY''"' "'���������  Bottir-ian, Western and Winchester .22 Calibre  Cartridges,   Also Gan Oil  MAWSON  Better Service General Merchants  !9  LowerPrices  tUMa  NEW   GOODS  BEAUTIFUL  RANGE OF  5-yd. Dress Len  consisting of Fancy l,Vbiles,  Tricolett������  and Ginghams  Ladies' Sprin  Classics," irt latest style Oxfords, Pump, Strap  Slippers and Bals, in Tan, Black and Grey.  Ladies'  Misses1 'and   Children s  Spring' oat������,  SA      CDPP'DQ  40 JL.      JML *W .   atttm**'        M- ,     *.���������������   l"*y        .0t4i...n-.        JMet  '^%k|.'������'  GBNEKAL   MERCHAN!  ���������f. f WVrr-ii'*4-.vS.lfHHtytyf&C-fc*>a. m'**<* x"  ltiaamm������t*m  Ni^ui.,1..! i:; i. ���������

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