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Creston Review Mar 24, 1922

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 _"**������  /  I  P*X~  l**tn&y  &pl&  lv-ii.,: .-   .- ���������_,  rf  v  ^"D  x?.h~.-'  m$F  CKfcSTQJSf, B. Q., J^JDAT. MARCH S4, 1022  No. 7  r-'|  Sfirs-  If-'-r-r-'  y-  ^4- K������i4 >in xn*n  I-  I  I  I  / . oars-  CSeeo, * Ms.nsshK.1! ** c  was^a week-end visitor,with her father j*  C; ~M. Goodman;-and sifters, here.-  - >-   -       .       ������������������ j - *  There was a. splendid turnout at the  ladies4 feewltig circle. <m ^Saturday, with  Mm.-Jack   Cameron   ������&���������  tea   hostess.-*!  Ow3ng'������������ quite * Jbarge number of orders ahead the circle w-ill be kept busy.  for some tf arJ-e yet/ J  Vieetpeesident Colesnan and assist-  ant_ general,fupes-intendeht-Cotterill.  we������e balked Sown frotn Nelson on  Sunday arriving about 1& p.tn., 'and  left; immediately - foi .Granta-oofe- by  special train.   Supt. Flet&and mi&sler  ���������������������������5*^^"*-*****^*'  "we    Bfre    *,*������  ^ I.C jl-ovular s;ur  meet them on arrival and retnrned'to  ������������-   ���������.:*.i_ j-t   -tY  Owing'to the immense accumulation  of water along the tracts, just east "f  Creston station. Supfe-' Fletf. _tpd JWrl  McFayden went^-opi*1! here to Greston  by motov car Sunday to make sure no  damage was being ' done*, Tp- avoid  possibility ofdairiage be .ordered bridge  foreman McCabg and erew out to look  after itt and ������he^3icCabe_crew arrived  Imek here on.vvedi^esday.  There is a large amount of^slckjRegs  in town at present, and Dr. Henderson of Creston has already made several trips to Sirdar. Among those sn������  svalid-ad are Mr. and Sirs. - T������ Rogers^  both������of whom are-jn bed,,,, with. Mrs<  Hugh Taylor taking care of them.  rocks and also washed the road away  [badly inplaets.  ���������''JDo-Esiisie ibobarfdo is in change vf tiie  ttbgeroatore during the illness of the  proprietor.  Mr. Wilson, quarryraanr is arranging to sends several larger pieces of  granite this��������� week to Csieston for the  use in the- ei-ectioij of Sihe soniierS?*  memorial at that'point. ^  Arthur, Dibbin. who has been b! Visitor at Alice Siding for the past week*  has returned to S rdar. -- "  Messrs. Nor^h, Pascuzeo and Jim  Bfanerfpo are busy tbis week at pruning OpinratlOQS.  will take a mid week service here  ������n������   RpJinoflnonBe.  rr "V - *  ning 093&, March 29th.  .vrv  -tmm^  in  "W������m*8.w  X.mmmm^..0.mvm^  M. Wigen, who bas^fteen on a trip  to Vancouver, Seattle and Spokane,  arrived'home on Tuesday. He-reports  having had a gocSd time, and also observed" that* times are much duller  across' the tine' than they are on^this  "side. " ^  Rod and Gun Oub  Session  , The Rod and Gun Club had an inter-  estmgand profitable - session ' at   the  March meeting*  *ft������ " 3!h8>rsdav   niHfet,  Milt Hsnwfi occupying the chair in ths  absence of iPtesid^xt Mallandaine.  There w-as, an ^jbimated /discussion  nn tllefishferf-f- regulations atrd several  recox*nsuei4UHt������uiis^ -jw^i-e adopted and  will he forwawie^^be local Inspector,  who in .turn -will ^pfr-Wat they come  before the J>c^il^^rfl8h������J7 officials. |i"h Junior Third-  Tbe secrelary^W filial^ enquire of the' -**������A������l VHtnti. AnniAitnMAie1������ -  inspector as to thM^ebi?rectn-3is of a recent report" Chat^'federal mder-in-^'  council had^been^"**?*?^ e^lsbllshs'S'* -i������  close season o%������ j^sp&ln all B.C^wat-  ers from the &id^l6 of February until  14th to see that his birthday was ap-  prqpri&jtejy celebrated. T*he spacious  packing shed was utilized for both  cardshnd dancing, ������nd these along  .with ^_ suinptoous midnigh,t lunch  heiped^trovide a most enjoyable night  for all .the guests.  ^"FollowiBgls the report of -Krick&on  school^ iish.' "FebrasS8^. a������vIsloa i^  Perfect^ attendance^Warren Harri������  son; YEdit& ���������Pa|f*^ynianY "Winhifred  Edward G}ark������T1^vahce4>ai^e, .Stewart penson. Z Kan*: Senior fourth���������  ISdittt "Palfreypaan, Kathleen iLsttle-  john.      ^unlojr" Fourth���������Effle-. ieittle  the l^h of M������.y^|tn-view ������f the ^nor-  ...rvvvm    0xmt0.rxtHi00r.  1AAZ0~0-.m -~x���������~~~-     *���������.��������� '{.=-*.  mmm-tr..^ r--lf"gmmmx m-rm    avMJtlD   jaVXCVOKZ.-*-    0*^1"     U9II  tiie ^hib will alsfj^eall attention of the  game conse^vafcti<M.board to the desir- j  ability of |>ers:5t^bE She klKoriootis  twelve jnonths^S^^esaas. *-*  The members tithed odt the quea-  Mr. and Mrs. Deanoa" a;sd section  foreman Joe Tolerico have also been  laid up, bnt all are almost recevjeted  no-% Harry, Hughes has also^ been  forced to knock oft% for a. xtfeek. lowing  to iUness^  "  The.'govei'nlaaent dredge is suawi tied \  up ~it the' [Landing foi- sonae 'loafers,  jaxsdtheya,rd engine is^awfaacfc $n it������|  " xfii^ier day^hedufe. Z^^^^'^'  atrtt--*Mr.*lia^i^-;h#'"l>fe  ^aod will, ^*Pe near* i������^riv^���������������Afl2tb^iok  "4n *������������������? day or two^ -' 3tHra. ������e&ffrie is-her������  N at present ^Withhiito.      - "'"--  *^b������en>!tloa������fcing  M?. and Mrs. Matt. Hagen werehost  azkd hostess At a most enjoyable party  |n tha Olubbnuse on Saturdav -evening  last, about set-en ty guests being present, .and.all report haying had a. swell  .time. Dancing was mostly the order  of the e^ning, with sora������ card play=  ing, and a very dainty supper* was  served about midnight, after which  j-fanfing? wuf-resumed until 3 a.m... and  |everyone went home feeling happy.  JS*. l>nnsuth of Jnffray, wbo has recently bought a block of land f ronrJi.  A. 3athie, sr., arrived heie on Moif-  dayC and has three men busy slashing  ������lis Kua^ia^|,f.y; dfep^^ of laffle  tickets on a f������ir *Sne ^maphhne and  '���������*%������������ -*M������i r r+w'7+id.SM-j,  *���������*������������������������)���������   ���������**~~>m-m4*-~law um ^~s������~r  Cranbrook,  and will resunge .his road  run, again.  Jack Cameron nnd Ben- Whitesides  were between-tfaEns vEsStovs at Oreston on Tuesday. Messrs., Parker axnl  Dobdy were also looking! in on friend?  af the*'m������tro^6lte;-<^^^HMk'4; r, Z *v.������������������ * Z ���������  Mayor Dalys:ba^^*]w^-'SltaYF<^Hsk'iaf.  Day juhilatidn-^cbm.biiii^tf'a ceiefem"**  tion .of- Pr.:Kirpg*0v'victi������^ in-'.Baiiit  Kootenay with a fitting observance of  fcheliatai day of Irelanu's-patron*saint.  Almost any dav lAst week Wa laugh  couldhe heiunfhair ������i^a.y to Boswell.  .   Mrs. ���������JTbiBels of Kimfcanb^hf^pW������*^tr  nW&oy. visitor  her������rT - fdi"  the- seeing  ���������cwSlte^ee'tinilr:     ". '  ��������� ���������  >;Y   ';   '. ���������"     ' ^J  ' ���������-���������.':       ���������y' ',.'"'    *.,. ,;  ��������� "^he atten tion of' the goveminen fc  road authorities is called to the; bad  shape the highway is in this neighborhood. Thp^ rain and snow thaw has  brought   down  mkny  boulders  and  i 'n     ������������������  ;    ,1^,,1'V'.. ���������   ;       '    i������������������.  sn  on bass but it  i^j&iTOtto recom-  lepHfrtmehti,.   Now  t^Ssh is' being taken  ^%!������c*fcp*:8Sjove:'hls  \^������vwp^n^n  100 rebords-^-afdngr nrlth sonfe folders���������  and if yon wan*^ a ^honee^a tlc^^tcis  on>y bHlf adollai^  . Y.   .-     . -^  "Thettnntml woisoifirt of^the rAthletic  Club is now in course of preparation,  and notice as to date -will 'soon be giv'  en. This concert will be too good to  miss,, so keep your .eyes peeled for the  date, and don't make any other en-  I gagement for that Evening, >  The Co Operative store has a crew of  naen workingr enlai^ging the building,  [soas to be j-U shape to handle a bigger  share' of the  summer business   this  -yeM.:':ZZy:-'- ZPZ'P ' ly'"'Z-\ .'���������*���������..  Mwii'W % Coc per leftTon^Thittsday  foi- Nelson, where she has undergone  an operation. Latest reports tire to  the effect that It was entirely successful, and that Mrs-v Cooper is regnining  her former health.rapidly; ���������  Vic/ Johnson waa a business visitor  at Yahk on "Monday,   returning the  following*day., '���������; . ..* , *  , Pu "0. Thirlft; who h.HB been on the  J. B. "Winlaw payroll here all winUT,  left on ThiirBday last for Jaffray.  MrtrchJS.";1^"  member^vill 6^ entitled tb^ha-^s ifc"fOj*i  perusualtwo^d^Sda naohth. ^��������� "-^  ' In tfe^abs^pi^of Se<a^l^*^--CSvou������pi  toxfc,.whoisslaving in a fewrasys on  ^nexteadedktrip^o tbe OlifeCoantry.  ���������Q. Heady^yay^-hos^u-tdact' as -seere-  tary-d uring -Mc* <3rompton*s 'absence.  Creston, March 21, 1022..  'Wc, the undereigEie-d, do  hei^eby agree to doso onr  stores at 1 p.m��������� Town Time/  on each and every Wednesday  COMMENCING APMt -^th  aud CONTINUING UNflL  noveMb������e -if*; im%?   -^  ���������   Signedr'"    ^ '   y     .  "  S. A. Speers.    .  A. D. Manuel.  j^t Burns Co., Ltd,  Mawaon Brothers,  Crestoii' Mcrcaatslo  -,y  fTSrx  - UmA^W.t-  I  ..,H  -AlSUi.  K., ,  Drainage Decision in 1922  x} Et B. Staples was ia business visitor  in Nelron a couple of dnye the. latter  part of the week. While in the city  he had a talk with Hon. T, B. Pat>  [Niullo* minister of lands, who assured  that Kootenay Plata drainage Investigational work -was receiving every  possible attention, and th������t n -d^AS**!to  pi<inouncementa������ to theieanlblHty of  the������cheme would probably bo,,liujrth-.  coming befoi"������t tlie*'*end of the,year."!*'  "' ""l ���������'e* '   -'  ��������� ������������������    ���������  Open Brqnch at Grand Forks  * Stn-ple-fl Prult Company, Ltd., have  jiint announced that they ui-e opening  Wp������^rnnnent branch at Orand Forks  this flennniiY >snd -"Vitive ��������� Jil'iready signed  tityyi^ifim-.i $pi\t\ rrE5orvuMt il������j ml h'H~i  *plgnj^*^iwj.(ipf fruity'' ' Of this' nmmint  ^CK^wi|'^ pi'HVB  .^li^^wlT|"''ipmVld^'<thpr������i, ������vith a yar-  loty of tobn������nrci which tho 'Valley lias  0������������t bono Ablo to^nj>ply tlieni In tho  desired quaaitlty jthe pn.t b%vo years,  ������nd .will i'thua 'i greatly expedite th'e  marketing of the cropB  of the ' com*  iiw**ii*y"i*#;V<!*ifii*������y oustoniero*  tion of a -close  was finally debltf  ehendatioxi fco'thi  that this 8pociis  in the Kootenay i^v*gp and ha yiew������of  its   well    knqwti^destrUctive   habits  many of the . mi^ttdrs  were  of the  opinion there shri^&i ibe no basket or|  time.limit on-the ,^^eB of bass in local  waters.  . . *J-  - '  To produce beM?������r d.uck and goose  ^hootiog the cliih^on^emplates plant-  ing wild jpfcje a*nd ysvita -ce|ery in sptne  of the sloughs on ^lootenay Flats that  ere adapted for "^Leffp^ig^,. -and the  secretary has wrJTjttetr ������way foif.-quo^  bttiohs oa theaa^seefte in ^ss^^tipsl  The club will al^o ^bscrib^ *or thej  n������igasdne������ Kod an^G^ti In Caiiada,ior  the use eg t^ss^inejHa^ss.. vIS; WiB- he  Jean iWbad. Annie Botterill  Division IL :   Perfset ~ttesdsa������e-r-  LdoydY���������Sar������wrigbt. Ruth Cartwright.  ���������"Waltes*"- l?r^ds, M.&!*tz!.T2.t 5V0,oer Ssls. *  Handley: **-Dems Harrison,  Mary Jensen,  -Hfttby"" Jehsen,   Huby    M������rtin������  Perley' -Putnam, : Marcel Ia   Sanfor-d,  SldjivJ^got**. - ,5?rpSciency j i* Class���������r-f  Munel Tbyyston.   A Class���������Mary Jan*  sen pi^g^ Handley and Buby Jansen  equal/. |>y|^ey-..-Seo������fcS������- Junior  first  I^ade|v^Xi^^o^^nii!%n,.M4i#[n Fore-{  man,   Bfenis Harrison. >* Senior First  Header���������Stanley     Sanford,^.- Doji^as 1  PutouraY   .Second Keader~Ma^aret  Frafeseiv J^mes   Hasadtey,    Madeleine^  Putnam.-.  Mr. Crowe^tbe Kitchener Unabei-  Op., l<ted.������ ^eb&~has sp^at the -winteer at  eastegaa-gsssSste. has^stsjlcasd to Sifich--  enejr.    - -    , s\   -  Mr. az^Mrs. Webb, who have re*-  sided hemjfor the ������?S2t-. t^?o ������303fclssr  lefton^Mpnday "ft>r; Creston^ where  ~~~~ty^rf^.^^eZ^h&ls' home in future.  Mir.^S^udwickj who has been visit-  [ inf^XScraton friends for seyeral weeks^  returned on Tuesday,  iMr. Wipodmajf������h^.,Jt^ returned to-  his home in  shut down onr^lat������swifey0^sssd-Mr. and  *&i  ������������������   snt   ���������=n.-. Jkm  ~tZAT^.-.'-'-m.0- ���������.^r .. j-   n������to   ������a.   x^A-axama a-vavmraaanaM w  vaoii* isOttltsr  *at Cresto^sk^-Monday.  Miss ~~Z SfeaofamnieB, ,who has been  t-tst-0 crtttxa*'rxf *iXsL~x   ttl. ������������������������-���������������--���������   ���������__ -.   t* j.v.m.mm   waentAlH  *Om"  a   lew  dayB. left for !������������, iiobte 4n Ciranbrook  on Satuniay. '  -.ii'.'rm  Miss Leon3i Pendi-y 6jf West Creston  ^ras a week-end yisitor with .Mrs.  Churchill. - ' ' .  vfixsfcZ andrSen^  Ertehmoa   7~  R. J. Long was ft week end visitor  sit Nelson, attending the '-big Saturday  night Conservative rally in that city.  v HJrio Crafgie got back'���������_ from -Cran-'  brook on Sunday, .whei-e he���������- had been  for a couple of days for eye treatment,  "���������Glood roads" Vfo??R3aRn.'DAvid ;.has- -.a  small .crew of. men at work assembling  rock bo that when crushing operations  commence there will" he no need- tb  stop for material. We understand-fchef  hard surfa-ce road -will ber biiilt mi far  ab the G.P.IC; croetving beyond the  school this season.  ������������������  sWv Percivalof Yahk was a guest off  Mr. and Mra.YJk Dodds, Bpendiog the  St Patrick's vacation in Creston  Valley- .        ..;   '*'*���������.''���������' ���������  J. ;M. Craigie is .still aVrare ���������'of the  fact 3>hat he is on excellent, terms *w Ith  all his neighbors, ���������} which fact was evidenced In a aurptise party crowd that  gathered at the Craigie homo on  the  S.'.iV!-''  Of  :  ; ':-z -I- ���������'"��������� '���������' -������������������"; 'y:'!: * * ':��������� ;*  at tlie residence of 3ST-  SCHADE,   Creston,  v i  Piano,  Furniture, Htpness,  Poultry, Plowst Tools,  &c. ���������  *Hlttff%   %.  1L������      MM     '���������--������������������*������     '^0x mt  FRIDAY, March 31  at ONE o'clock p.in.  TEEMS���������Pitrohawen of $10 and  imdei1, Cash; ovor that tem������������wnt  aovon moathn* oi-odit,  J'. V, BO0E, Atiottafteor*  Col. leister. M.P.P., was at ^Nelson  on Saturday, delivering an address at  the Conservatiye rally; .ts-Z Ihat^ city  thatovening- . * '.. '_   ~z  4 Jps. '^W. Bell is busy with the erection of a barn on ths Bird ranch 3ftt  present-  ,:Ar, B. Webb got ^way on Sunday  for Feeoiicton, and wil! probably ������spend  the next few months working at<raian-  apran pointer ^J  The Yerbury br<n������hfew^ Ha  and.Jas. Jg^^q^--At:.f^(^ox^p&''$^m  BsB!SEE-=-On March ISth, to Mr. and  | Mrs. Leslie Ms?Misrt*^e������.a-������on������  W. A. Mason of Wypndel ishere at  present, in charge of" pruning open  ations at the Constable ranch.  ^ R. Stewart took advantage ot the  milder spell of weather last week to  complete Lhe concrete cribbing in tbe  new weir on the Victor Carr ranch.  ,      ~      ' \*  Alice Siding was deserted on Payday  nigbtv The St. Patrick's night whist  as well as the dance in the Grady Hall  ceasing most "of our residents to Creston. "^ .  - Mk-.Htfd -Mr^. VanAckeran- of Can-  yen wSEc *eoi3i������������iniriK busiaess" and  pleasureona4briphere last week. Thef  formef-was-.'piafcing an inspection of  Lister heekeeping operations - during  his stay. * ' " '"���������'-'Z"   '    " . - "      r  Batt. 1-azacBvuk, who gave his foot a  bad gash with an axe a few' days ago,  wllf'be off wofk* until at least 'the end  of the.month* ���������- Z-       ���������������������������������������������-���������-^.Pp- ,Z'������������������?��������� ..  CY H. Phillips has ju^t returned  from a business visit to Cranbrook and  Kimberley,'"';''   ���������������������������,*������������������������������������.������������������������������������������ y&'-t.������������������'���������"-\ p%-  Harry Vernon9 who la work ins? '.-mt,  the Continental mine at Jttlockmann,  Idaho,, spent a few days on his ranch  here last|week.". ���������"..",.'.  Ed. 4,rjm6tvong .has' just- returned  after alnioafskt tnonths* absence, and  la mJiktpg ready ,for..spring,'v?og,k".oh  his place here. " '   Y  The shareholders of the liieter Trading^ Supply Co., Ltd., had their annual meeting in the schdolhouse on  Monday night. Jos. W. IBcll presided, in the absencer of E. ILangston, sr.,  who is lindergojlng an operation at  Cranbrook. The aecretnry-treasui-er  rend a financial report that indicates a  decided improvement In business under the xie.w management. The store  Is on tt sound Rnaioc3al footing, wltli an  encouraging balance <in credit aid-o of  ledger. The dlroctors have -declared a  -dividend of 2 per cent, on paid up csap-  itttl for <ths year .ended Oeocmbek* 81,  1021. Directors wei*e elected ns follows: B, Langs ton, Jos; W. Boll, T.  A. Mil nor, J. Duncan nnd H. P.  Vernon. A. H. Bernard remains as  manager.**and John Biwl will *conilnuo  tho work of secretary-treasurer.  St. Patrick's Whist  %8jGc^j&jnchpeti were out in. full-force^  oir Satttrday fast:''      -^  j ->r--������Lt* "' *���������        ���������*+��������� ���������*  '.Mr. and Mrs. T. T^eve?yan were at  home Vo~- party <ifsome twenP^ friends  on Ti-?&**if sSgbtr sst^pts^BSsg tfesm  in decidedly - interesting fashion a.t  dancing and games,-with & substantial  lunch at midnight. Aii present had a  real fine.time.-  Alice S:������������nsr Soeia! -Club held its  fortnightly meeting in Mr. ' Wood's  packing shed- on Tuesday evening of  last week. To between the dances���������  for which exeellerit music was furnished by ^i^Jftioyelyan and. Mr. W������sst,r$v.  songs were given by Messrs. Beazer  and 8. Vaness; recitati&ns were pro.  vided by Mrs. Payne and Stanley Paul  and readings by B. Stewart and T;  Anderson* The vocal hit- of the eye*  n.ng was '^Mr. Dooley," as rendered  by Mr. Bearer.      Z" ...���������*-���������  jKaslo Presbyterian Ijidtes' Aid  gathei-ed in ^OTO last year, and spent  about $750 improving the ������fiurcb, and  still the job is not complete.  IIIIIIIdB BhCB'Spt  will be oo sale at tny residence  opposite Methodist Church  on and after  Tkurs., March   30  The ladles of Holy Cross Clmrch had  a capacity crowd at their St. Patrick's  night whist and  dance  in the Parish  Hall, at which tho winners at cards  were Mrs. W, H. (Qrawfojpd nnd O.  UavrlB, with MIsajitbowand'Mr. Patr  hall capturing tho second ptixes. A  Sumptuous lunch'foliowchI the whist,  and .then tho floftr was nlenred feur  dancing, the music being furnished by  Afc^FowmnnnadAI. Lidgntov After  ���������wrtvlnj*;' ml} ������������wp**?,*f!*f*?������n tlhc t:?-ti!?r T,ill  01<������������r almost 0iO on the ut home.  Ladies, vow are all invited to  [ca.li  an J  isee  the  new stylos  whether yon buy or not.  SS HUISTEL  VICTORIA'AVE.  -. y'  x^Uu^a-mas^^  m 1^      iff*'  I P"  B '   :-:  JYJ.'  ML   f--  TJLLK. XUiVJJ^U-. CAUiSTOX. B. Ci  AN INVIGORATING HOT DRINK  27 Years the  Same Good.  Tea-rand  Always in the  Sealed  Package  "I S  erve  I  world  The words employed as the title to this article constitute the motto of  the Prin.ee of "Wales, and giving consideration, to the splendid services His  lioyal Highness has rendered to the Empire during the years since he reached  his majority, it is probably not far wide of the mark to say that no, former  Prince of Wales strove quite so diligently to live up to the'motto of has house.  Edward;, Prince of Wales, served with-the British armies in France throughout the wsir, not in some safe billet, but well within the hattie zone. Since  the war he has hardly had a moment's rest Trom the really exacting* work  o������ discharging the duties of a task which has heen aptljf described as "the  Empire's ambassador to all the world." He has unquestionably rendered  invaluable service in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, India and elsewhere.  But in the work of empire;' and in endeavor to create the best possible  conditions for all people following the upheaveLof the Great War, the Prince  of Wales has no monopoly of the dutyjind responsibility"of rendering service.  Each and every citizen however humble their-station in life has a like duty  and responsibility and their own particular field in which to serve. JY?*vhd it  is only to the extent that each individual citizen discharges that duty and  gives, service for the benefit of others that the desired betterment and progress in human relationships and conditions can be achieved.  Some men and women enjoy greater opportunities for service to their  fellow citizens and .to the extent that this is so their responsibilities are  greater. Particularly,^ it necessary in-these days that .men and women entrusted with the administration of public affairs should _ be actuated with a  keen desire to serve, because the consciousness of having served one's country ancl fellow men will, in all likelihood, be the only reward received.  Addressing the -seven hundred, or more Saskatchewan municipal reeves,  councillors and secretaries-treasurer assembled in annual. convention a few  days ago, Hon. G. A. Dunning,** Provincial Treasurer and -Minister of. MuHiT  cipal Affairs, after reviewing the difficult financial conditions now confronting  Western Canada, and sounding a note of optimism-and encouragement,. con-  eluded his,re marks by saying:      - ���������   Y;  "Officials-of municipalities have a duty to -their people to- perform, a  service.. These are difficult,days for men who are ih public service whether  it is municipal. Provincial, Dominion or Empire-wide; : There is a psychology  largely resultant from the hysteria- of the past few years Avhich is passing  over the whole  world  which  will ultimately produce  good results.      There  Robert B.tRoberlson,ijvion*|er Dawson miner'and proprietor of "the Bon  Marche store, 'is dead at the. age of  75. He was born, in Scotland and  came to'Dawson many years ago from  Seattle."  ,;. ,  j Working   in .a   blinding   snowstorm-  '-and' ."with.-the': therm'omester'-iiear "zero  robbers   tunnelled -into   the "vault   of  --the Piedmont'State -Bank atPiedmont,  Kansas,   and   stole  liberty  bonds   believed to total $50,000 in value.  " The "Fermanagh  Assize  Court   sentenced three men described as leaders  to 10 years' penal servitude for participating   in .the     recent     kidnapping*  raids^in. Ulster.      Eight  others were  given sentences ranging fiom five  to  eight years.  Baron Manion, of Compton Verney,  was thrown from his horse and killed  while fox 'hugting near StratCord-on-  Aron. Lord Manton formerly was  Joseph Watson, head ot" a big soap  firm. ' He was elevated to the peerage at the. new year for his war service and philanthropy.  . Reduction of the size of the "United  States regular army to 115,000 enlisted men, has been tentatively agreed  upon by th*^ sub-com-ni+te������ -Mri**,,*.!*, ic  drafting, the- army -appropriation bill  at Washington. The present strength  of the army is approximately 137.000  men.     -  ��������� -  TRYING TO RUB OUT  YOTRRHEuMATISM  an  packag  ving a-Mountain  It Can't  Be  Done���������The  Trouble  Must  be   Treated   Through   the  Blood  The pain ot-- rheumatism is something you cannot"rub out. Every sufferer -from rheumatism has-been ad-  Vised to rub**.this .liniment or:, that---on-  the affected part, but .Yaft^r. ." all lhe  rubbing th'e .pain remained.1 iiuh bin's  did not cure it:and can't cure "it,**.  Thin blood and - rheumatism Yoorne  together .and .if they*.". are properly  treated they will go together.' Hheuc  mat-ism is inthe blod���������in poor 'wa|Y  . ery b|p6d. Sometimes coldy* -damp  weather starts'uthe aches    and  Task Undertaken by Engineers in   Rio  de  Janiero i  Moving a mountain is tlie huge i<ask  undertaken by engineers in-' Rio de  Janeiro, where the Morro <lo Castello  ���������consisting" ot ah estimated 7,000.000  'civ. yd. of'earth, 'and 'rock���������is being  obliterated, the completion of which ih  expected to make the southern metro--  polls much more breezy, cool and  healthful, ''besides'" adding some 66  blocks to the^heart oi: "the^city. Vari-  "ous methods have been tried in the  ^transporting, ol: -this mass from its  present location and  depositing  it  in  The Hawaiian. Islands have as many  Buddhist temples aa Christian  church���������235*,000 pagans - to 20.000  Christians.  is Only one thing for us to do, only one thing for those of us who are public winUTrT^ T>fni p;iW  servants to do. Keep on serving. That is the way the-world will be saved, j ^".^'^"r^-^  It will, not be saved by theorists and -sh.au.ters but by the men wh        "  '    '    ' "i..eumausm s  their job. do their duty and serve *v\-*fth the very" best that is in them  pams  but.   it", is   tlie; condition of the bioodjthe bar. among these being pick and  that is at fajrt& #nd only ? by corfe'ct.d -^^1. p���������*l,L ������,*-=m. ~*.r~, afcm���������i    aRd      ,_w^,  ^w which  dj-iven out. -v-  This is what is done in j are described with fiill illustrations in  the treatment of rheumatism with Di-. j the.'.;-.April   Poplar -Mechanics  Maga-  that is at faifl*^ #nd .only ? by cor foot-J shof?Y, .^muiW cart*= stears shovel  ing  this,   and   making  the  hiOod   riclr! &no*eY*     Ule  cai E^steatts s-ovei,  i-Liid red can -the rheumatic poisori be K'dinky or dummy train,"* all ol  w  Acute and rnus-s   .  It will, not be saved by theorists and shouters, but "by the men who stick to j as'tee'thih^o^s^mTt uS^Sd.^fea! ven^ on the summit of the. mountain  .    f-  I'l    S*X XfVxl m-m.*~.Pl Xx   ^v     r: Im.    _     J. .mm.    . ���������    0. A.    ��������� -x    -Jl '-t-    ~.       ���������  ������   1  ' 1 _   -rx.   -0 0 rV~!   -_ J������_ _* ' m 0 !*   .-.      -i- ~x i-1-.      -Vt -_.   -   _~^. .TV. -, 0. 4-1** -1.  -Ji A-lf l~X  1   X~\  The   presence of an  old   con  ' vent on  the blood has been-restored ..to'its nor-: bas given, rise to the rumor that gold  The absolute truth of this declaration cannot be successfully ahallenged. ] mal -   condition ...the-trouble vanishes, f is  hidden  hear it,  and ���������'causes   added  y person in publie life today who is merely striving to achieve.'some per-'j ���������s,^_��������� ^ro^?. hZ ule exiJ_eri^n^ ��������� &... 7/est amohg the* credulous* workmen.  Any peLs-va ni puuii^- me louay wno as merely striving to acmeve some per  sonai ambition,  or  io  gain-some selfish  end, or is actuated  by any motive  other.than a sincere desire to render service, will -prove a failure.      No mat-1  ter how earnestly he may strive for the  publicYgbod,* and  even though he  give aii his-energies and the best that is in him, to the point of greatworldly  sacrifices and the ruin of his health, the strong probabilities are that Ve will  receive but scant thanks from the people who placed him in office* and whom  he ha-- diligently sought to serve.     The public, "as a rule, are-ungrateful and*  the xuan pi the hour today is rejected with scorn tomorrow.*  The djaily press teems with instances in support oC this statement.    Hard-  e experience Of  Mr. John A. O'Neill, Port Hood, N.S.,'  who say st-:, 'Jl ^w.-is-^a,*-* periodical suffer-  ; er from rheumatism ior years. I tried  many remedies,���������but with indifferent  results/ and 1 had about concluded,  that thee, troublewvas too firmly *rooted i  in my. system tb be got rid": of.    While |  ;!*.7 Or Old Drapery  Z ; Ifi Djamond Dyes  who inxri reiulertrd long and valued service to his fellow citizens, while great  strikes and industrial upheavels the world over indicate that eou.n tie ss xii asses  oi; r*������>oj������i-������ are anyhing but ready to yield their quota oC unselfish service to  the wv-f-'are ot' all: rather selfishness seems rampant, each individual ���������or  grrcut- .-'rivina' te*> ana in their own ends regardless of the effect on other in-   > and -jroup or the nation as a whole. "~-*~i   ..-������������������*,  true and loyal citizen, ancl the one who in the final analysis" will en-  -atLs;':v;.*;ie>n of  the  commendation of  his own  conscience���������-arid that,]  ;. P.  \Pv- niosi   lasting and  supreme, satisfaction���������is  the, one who, re-j  i-p ;..'ieiiee-������rar.*-   success, or the .plaudits or sneers of others, sticks to j  -ino }-i.-:-{,> on serving his country and fellowmen. .   Only so was the |  <'������������������*-<} ur-Durrh i'hf- s-v^-.u crrH-es of the past; only so can it be saved now,  Hint's Why  You're Tired  ���������Qui of Sorts���������Have $o Appetite  Yaur Liver Is SluoQisb  CARTER'S UTTLEUVER  PII.LS  wiii help put you right  in a few days.  They act quickly  though gently  and give nature" a chance  to renew your  health.    Cor*  -r-ect  the  immediate effects of constipation, relieve  biliousness, indigestion and sick head-  ���������acheYY''"-'-'"''^": " ���������;:,-������;"'-**" P '-���������'*���������������������������  fimail P:H���������Suaall Dose���������Small Fdsw  I **wa*s suffering from HaYattack a|- Buy ^Diamond Dyes" and follow the*  friend advised me to giveYDr. Wil-i li1-"?]* .directions iyi ���������' pvory packis.s~*;  Ji-ima' Pini- Diiic. -. #.,joT ��������� t ������,������.-i- wrLi Don*t Woider whether you can dye or  Hams i'ink Pills a tnal. I first..got, tint suc-cesafullyi becaupei rvarEpct homo  three    boxes'   and .by the  time  1 hadiclyelns    Js    guarante-cd    with  -v*Diamond  , , i ialteh them I felf much better       Tlien' Dyes even If.yott have' never dyed before.  ly a day. passes but. records the overthrow of some Government, or statesman   |  J������t   three  mo -e   bove    Ynd  when  iJ Wor,V>rte<^dresseS. .-skirts, .^alsts. coats,  i gut Luiee nioi e ooxes, ana wnen tl sweaters, stdcklngrs.* draperies.** banslnga/-  had taken them not only was the I everything, become-11 lie.new :.a.gtiin., . Just"  rheumatism   -^one    hut   T��������� -'-ataP'"-teoHno-.J tell   your  dru-RgJst .whether   the   materl-al  e-iiVi  elila.ii  Thf*  joy  " Vw-  Lt *. * *  ���������"  0.0  ~ ,-i r  ��������� -.. -  ht=  ' i, i >���������  better in .every  way.       II" you  stiff  from rheumatism 1  strongly advise a' K'odds,  trial ol' Dr. Williams' Pink.. Pills.        Y|*"J~  These Pills are sold "by all medicine!  dealers or will be sent by mail, c'post  .paid, at' 50c  a box  or 'six boxes'   for  $2.50   from   The   Dr.   Williams'. M.edi-  clne Co.. Brockville, Ont.   '"  Et  to  dye     ia , wool    of     silk,     or  ���������  Jt  is   linen,     cotton,     or    mixed  "Diamond Dyes never' sI realc. spot,  fade, or! nm. ,*.  RMU!fI4T!��������� ACHES  UIQGLY BELIEVED  t  TKB-raclcin-cf, agonizing rheumatic  ache as quir'kly relieved by an ap-  plrcafron of Sloan's Ltntrnent,  J For forty years, folks all ovor the  world have found Sloan's to bo the  natural enr-my oi pains and aches.      .  // penetrates without rubbhtz. \  You  can. just t<*ll bv its Jieatfhy,;  ���������stimulating odor tliAt it ia going to do  you j������oe&d.  Ki-j-p SUmtfs ftandy for neuralgia,  Beiatira, I.i nie back, stiff joints., aoro  snusclcr,, strains and sprains, j  At aU-druftKists���������35c, ?0c. tlAG.  WSmZ   v\Tm    E^S tff^y^lffl  .JL/ii. JS. m. Si, JL u, SLt^-E, EL -. \ejveravJ  llBWItUlUMHBM limBilWIill  J   -0X mm mm -m -mv-i   -t^-vf er^T* TT   i1~*    ,������'."T  ifT-S  ]?H VML.-������S llOiiia  ������#BK������������*������r ll*t e������������ ���������������������������*���������������rto������ei ������t������������������e������d l������������ MunuU--*-  ritrttt.   Vattutstm hav** h>������������n nvtla fro rem **<nr>t>l<a  I<1*������������.   "\fntm~ix VtHrttctHaa" l>eseok1*Kn>( J������qu������������i.  MAMOLD C. 3HIPMAW  lb CO*  2~* ������*nic Wfiicr  OTt&WA,  CJ-UW*  tmm mmnm  Saskatcliewan Villages  Number  of  Villages  in  t!*i<   Provinces  Is Now 348  | With .14 Incorporations during the  j J 2 months preceding, the number or  j village*; in Saskatchewan was Incrcas-  j ed to h total of 348 at the end or De-  ! cemher, JfJ2:i,  It wm. reported  by ofll-  nials of the SuHknlchewatf department  j oi' munlcicxil a fl!u I rn.  j In addition to the .1-1 ham lots raised  J lo tlio KtatUH of village, -one village  j wan nr^utofj a town during: tho year,  ! Star City became a lowti November  1  I,  1&2I,  i Tim rollovv-in^*" ure tlu* new vHImkoh  I incorporated during the y<w, to*  : K������-r,hf)r with the dntcH of incorpora-  ; tjon:  l*'H*ruary    P>,     rtnthlhla;     Marr-h    J|,  ��������� J{Ii*h������j/;   Mar-e'-h   II,   lta������e>u'uiri;    March  '.'.]. H^siit*/ aiiiej liornrM-niv; Api'll KH,  .. In������In.K***r; iMs*������y ,',\. Iftii-Hltill; ,'li.mn 2'J,  , fiiitl^ir, llh*-; N'ove-mli^r IK. Kf-lvlliM**  "'.ton; fH-wmhur 11, IdikfJaw; iK-r-om-  j her \?., lCI*(li*<������(lalfi; l)������(*mlw- 2������,  ; i'hinki-d ���������,  H-e Would^Reduce  Somebody   'said    to    Bill* the other  day: "What made the tower   of    Pisa  lean?" nnd Bill said jf he knew, he'd  try -it.* ��������� *.*.���������,   '^      , I  .Why H������ Askedi * .'  "Ma, do we keep a. hen any place".'"  "Why,  no,'.my  son.      Wliytlo you  ���������ask-that?"- "   ,:. , *    _    >  "1 heard pa tell the. new* maid The  would take her out tiding; when he  Bent the old hen away I'-or the. Hummer.'���������Boston Transcript.,       ~  Use  Minard's   Liniment for thjs   Flu  Y       The  By-Products  CJtogain,���������Oi'i I not take Jl.  Mi! ....    - ...  -T.il.  SUCCESS  3-������otsr   oi Yfertile  'ckes";���������*��������� '' Hertltlsy *  chiclxd'.r- ***-invery>.  bird     kept     : In:  vig-oroua hBainiyr  profitable     condition, ;\>y'- ..-������-���������  ture'iSs. tonic  PKATTS POULTRT  . JlEGtJXiAXOifc  ; Booklet . "Practical  Pointers' * bLowb -.'ihe  way to profit and biic-  cess-    Writer���������  PRATT   FOOD   <  OF>  OAN-ADA  IiIMiT3Sl>  TORONTO  >.       ���������,.,   ���������o  thc TheNamc  'cCuiterffi,*  ���������j6n Setrmna, Vaccine*  and aflslslres.fnn siantKefl. Made by The Lab<>ri<-  tocy tlaat Kr*owt>.Hp.w." TwcntV'five years of ccn-  BcLentious endeavor ih one line count for somethiiin.  The Cutter Laboratory  Berkeley   ,     CU.8.Liofnse3     ^California  MWiiiljipi  it's too  high.      There's as mucli'ri'ourislM^-ejjJ;  n     a    pint     nv   ' pnynvits   ������������   In   two  poiuulw siv steak, anyway.  Butcher;���������That tnay bo, but there'll  no gravy an" nothing for tho cat. an'  no hash the nlxl; day.���������Boseton Trans-  erlpt ''���������'���������'  \  \Y:   N.    U.    14*12  "^, Mi tin rd"-    Lbii I rne n fc  ^ Cold������  tor   C-au-yhi   ~n*~t  Teach Children To Use  Cuticura Soap  BpcauB-a It its boot for. their tender  skins. Help It now nnd then with  touchem of Cuticura Ointment applied  tofitot Blfjna of wdnBB������ or rough-  neon. Cuticura Talcum Ib also excellent for children.  S������M.������������B������. ObtMntlSmaSOc. T.lc������������2Sr. Sold  throughout ihe4>omlnion. CanndinnDepqt:  IreBftWrf. 3M St. ^;������.l St., W.. M.mw.I  ���������mr-Culliouftt StM-p) mhtnt0M without nm*.  Mother Gwives' Worm ISxtermina-  lor will drive worms- from'the ayatem  "Without injury to the child, because  Uh aetJou, while ��������� fully dft'ticlive, iB  mild, -  A Noise In the Library  Mrs, Fldgtf.���������-Whats'* that    nolne .'. r  hoor clown In the library*?  Mr.    Pldglt,���������Must   1)0 the hls'tory  repcatflMg ItsoJr,      Go  l:o Klceii.  mm  Ke-epVbur Eyies  ClK������*������*n ~ Clomr1 e.e.j l-l������3khI-l |-iV  VVrUeee lai.' ������>��������������� Cy~ Ctr- llooli Muvlne* Cp..C1*elM*(e������,UkA,  ���������$h &#d*ki������fo  m  A,-'--w^mt  mmmm  mmMm  mmwm  mttw- ���������THE RKVL&\V. CH3BSTGN. B.-Ck  ^  zj: .      tm --.   _ ,sl-  iaa or  moose*j aw i������iem oer  fi^al������ :With Problems  ^PjL-mmi  f Ottawa;���������bebat& pn'thpr a-ddtess saw  participants w "hfbm- /-Ontario and the  West!     ;H.- >"M.^Johnson;1 Progressive,  .Moose" Lli.v--. thanked, ujjfe" Government  Tor the " 'j:et"6rros:/;_pVoinised iu- the  :J speech fi-oln the throne," even though;  as set forth, they left a* good deal  to "the-^x^aginationt^He expressed  the aope"-tlla-t^^'e"h*ilamess baroineter  would continue to rise and that the  improve'niepti > would^ lje\/perBo.an.ent.  lousiness coiftfi tions m the -West' had  been, adversely affected by the tariff  restriction ia-the "UaitecPStates. This  had been very serious ior the livestock Industry,  though'not   so* much  lii - JSM.3LT&������ tlUg  he" wondered- whether those "restrictions would ~have. been imposed if the^  Canadian' people had accepted, the  measure of ��������� freedom of- trade which  was offered^ fo* them In'1911. (liberal 'applause).���������***  Dealing with lhe problem of grain  'growing, 'grading and marketing, Mr.  Johnson-said that the greatest blow  that had ever been given to Western agriculture- was the greater production campaign ot 1*918. The farmers had desired to respond to that  appeal" and to raise as large crops as  possible. But nature could not be  driven and when an effort was made  "WESTERN  EDITORS  for grain" growing/' 'The people of to do *so, the result -would not be what  Canada-, were not' responsible foi* the j was expected, while future returns  imposition' of  these" restrictions,  but j would be handicappedr     The present  system  for   the   physical   handling  oi"  rain In Her Arm  $ Now All Gone  MRS  X-.-W-  M-V. .  Z-irKitrTijN?     KtUOM lYItEfVDS  DODtfS   K-TDNEY   PILLS  Woodstock   Lady  whoss*  Rheumatism  -    has   Vanished ��������� Tells   why   She   Believes in. Dodd's Kidney  Pills. ���������  - Woodstock,     Ont.���������(Special).*���������Mrs.  v John Stanton who  lives  on It. R.  I.  near here is never tired of telling of  the benefit she received from the -use  "of Dodd's Kidney Ping.  "About four years, ago I had rheumatism tri my left arm," Mrs. Stanton  states. "It was so painful I couldn't  dress myself."  ."I read about Dodfls Kidney Pills  and. what they had done for others, so  I sent and "got six boxfes. They did  sne good right from the start. The  pain is now. gone, .but I keep Dodd's  Kidney Pills in the hofl.se as I have  an occasional ' touch orii&abago and  they help it a lot." They help my  husband's head too."  Dodd's Kidney . Pills; are the best  known and most reliable of Kidney  remedies. They" heal the '* kidneys. *  Sound kidneys strain all 'the uric acid,  the cause of rheumatism, out of the  blood. -   -        "    -  Af-k your neighbors if-Dodd's Kidney- Pills "dq-- not. make -Wealthy kidneys.    ' --,���������   _..-. _____  grain could not be. he thought. bettered, but_he was speaking, he believed*,  for"*all io* his section of the House  when he_said all opposition to the establishment oi a wheat board had-ijot  been swept away. He did not mean  that the wheat board system was perfect.      I-Ie was disposed to agree that  ifroposed Plans To  Increase British Army  By Fiirtfier Enlistments  Geo.J A. Blakely, Editor ot-The Advertiser   Ocmora   Suck.  HAL |7aT1 XPLOSION  ���������  ������������������������������������������       IV m~v ���������    7   L.V  London.���������Risks involved in the reduction of the army, in the opinion  of the -war secretary, Sight lion. Sir  Laming Worthington Evans, *\yere outlined by him in introducing* the army  estimates in lhe House of Commons.  He said the proposed personnel of  152,000, excluding the troops on the  establishment in India, showed a reduction, of 20,000, compared- with the  number in 3 914, when there was behind the army a reserve of 146,000  men, and 55.000-militia. The reserve-  today, he "Said, was 65,000 and no  'militia, but 1here was a large potential  reserve   of war veterans.  Sir '"Laming said he proposed to  strengthen the reserve by enlisting  key men and make a fresh start with  the militia at a cost of ������1,000,000-  Dealing with ���������* the" risks incurred in  consequence of the reduction, he said  the army might be called on to reinforce the forces of the crown in India.      En    certain    eventualities, rein-  es  the names of 12 policemen who had  been    marked    for assassination and.  all of whom had expressed their willingness to re-enlist.  The reader will, uo ckmbt, remember  when  a   lew   years   ago  there   was   a  a voluntary  co-operative     system    of'collision in the  Hatilax, N.S., Harbor J requested  control would he better.      But 1he far- \ and   one  of  lh^   munition  snips   was  vxr.rxx.r0  ���������,��������� ,,+ m,  T.-_-���������     - , blown *:up,  causing  great  loss  ol   life  mers  were still hvu,g    m    abnormal, and layZg a ]argJ pBorUon bf.the ^  am.es  and they could pot    afford    to j in ruins, and  causing a great deal of  wait for normal times  for that ideal.! suffering and   distress among  the  in-  He believed that 90 per  cent.--of the j������������ha*>..1������an*s;.  ��������� "  Mrs. W infield Dtfl, now of Windsor,  product of last season would be sold  j N:S.,   was   living-in   Halifax   at   that  at less than the actual cost of rais-j time and went through this trying ex-  ing it.      He approved of ihe proposal: perience  and   the .shock   wrecked  her  to have the suggestion tor the es-'n������rve1?- s?e "Tr^es as follows:���������"I  (a.,.v���������     ^ . .A...       r - x- ��������� wA-s living in  Halifax at the  time-of  tabUshment of a wheat board mvesti-; tlie explosion, and it wrecked my  gated by the agricultural committee,] nerves so that I could not do my  but  ihe   country   could  not  afford   to j lionse-work^   , I would taka such nerv  wait 'for that investigation.  Daylight Saying in .Britain  - London,���������"Summer time" in Great  Britain will begin Mai'chv 26 and end  October 8. An' order��������� to this effect  has been *issue'd--to secui-e uniformity  in time with France and, Belgium.  ____ L    ,   .  " Back ache \  Backache is the outstanding  symptom of ���������������������������kidney- disease.  Women oftert make the mistake of.  attributing other.causes and overlook the derangement of the kidneys until serious developments  have made it difficult to obtain  permanent relief; Pp  'This letter points to a treatment  which hag been so thoroughly  .tried and proven so effective in the  great rna jorily of cases that you  cannot afford to overlook it when  cause arises for its use.  : Mrs. Albert Brurict, R.R, Ho.  1, Otta-fyn, Orit., writes:  . "Ilia-v* used Dr. Chase's Kidney -  Liver Pills for lhe pas! two months, having httrn. ������*flicje!<*r with kidney trouble, 1  usedjlvwo doctors' medicine previous to  ' thin, without any good rc������u1tt, A friend  Hold mo lo uie Dr. ChmeV K-idney-Liver  Pills, mul .-tha j������econd hot made? mo feel  a ftoo.-i -ileal i>cltcr, I fmve now ui������J  about oix or eight boxes,i and am completely relieved ^^^  Dr. Chase's Kidney-liver JPill*.  ono pill a. dose, 25c a box, all  dealers, or Edmanson, Bates 6c  Co.,. Limited, Toronto.  W.-  'N.    U.   U12  Arrest of Gandhi  Causes Grave Concern  Durban    Natives   Believe   He  "Helped  " Preserve   Peace   in   India  Durban.���������The Indian Congress of  Natal in protest against-arrest in India of Gandhi, the CiviL disobedience  leader, attempted" to precipitate a general strike an Natal industries. The  attempt, however, has proved only  partially successful. -The East Indians here in Durban adopted a resolution recording their grave concern  over the arrest of Gandhi, and expressing belief he had been largely  instrumental in preserving peace in  India.    ~ "' -   ~  Zanzibar,  Island  of  Zanzibar.���������The  East Indians here have declarecta one-  day' hartal in -protest afeainst the  ar-  I rest of Gandhi, no disturbances marked the observance of?* fche hartal.  ous spells I would  be under the doc-  tor'S care. ....  I   saw   Miiburn's  Heart   and   Nerve  Pills advertised, so; i took two Boxes,  forcements greatly exceeding the  proposed .future estimates might be  Sir Laming hoped that  a sound policy and wise administration would Yiis-tify running whatever  risks were involved in reducing The  army.  eseiiis  Of Viceroy  njraT  iniirr  London.���������A dispatch io the Central  News from. Belfast says Sir James  Craig, replying to a question in the  Ulster Pari lament asserted that the  ���������Londonderry   prisoners   had   been   re  am d they helped me so mucii-r took six   prieved over the heads'-of-'the 'Ulster*  nLOM/.and*jaoTi7.,t:ftm;comp.le.1:ely..j.eli6v-    Government-,  and -that  if  there  were  edj.      I can recommend them to any  one suffering from heart    and-^  nei-ve  trouble." ���������*���������  j-?j~   ..^iP?-^,'.....,.   ;  ^ To all those who suffer Croni nerv-  vous sbock we w:ould reeonimend out  MILBURN'S  HEART-AND:fvlERVE  PILLS  as the best remedy to'tone up the entire nervous system- and* strengthen  the     weakened*1   organs. Miiburn's  Heart and Nerve Pills are the' original  heart and nerve food having been on  the -market for the past - 27 years.  Price, 50c a box at all dealers, or  mailed direct on-receipt of .price, .by  The T., Milburn Co., Limited, Tqronto,  Ont.  Manitoba Election  Sores  Flee    Before  ?-sti *~-������-   Hilars  lt.���������There are  _ many who have been    afflicted    with  I sores  and  have  driven    them    away  '.with Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie Oil.      All  similarly troubled should lose no time  in  applying this .splendid  remedy, as  -y.there Is".nothing like*it to be had.,Y It  is cheap,Ybut;its po'v/er is in no way  ���������expressed by its low price. ;'  in  ,No. Medals  for   Home  Services  London.���������An  annoxincement in  the  'House of Commons    that    the    arirty  council    had- 'decided    not  to grant  .medals for home seryices-^diiring the  av^u*, was..received with cheers. .  Tlie  Secretary    of-  State  for War,  Right  -f-Hon. -Sir L. 'VVqrthfngtpjn.-SEvanB,  was  ,' reminded that special, constables had  i received medals, and he replied  that  they were not; army medals.  Polling Probably Deferred Until Seeding is Finished  Wirinipe3g.---j\. provincial election in  June is tlie prediction of political observers; following -thei defeat rite1* tlie  Norris. Gove rn ment in th e Legislature.  The election could,not nc brought on  in less than seven weeks; i't was stated by Frederick Axford, "-ijle'rk" o~ the  executive "council, and it'.'is.'-heldf to be  probable that the, . active campaign  E(.nd:the polling will be,deferred.,*untll  seeding is completed, in the province.  further*" interference with  the  courts  by the viceroy, he vvould resign.    Y  Belfast.���������The Belfast Telegraph declared that the police murders were  committed to deter the Royal Irish  Constabulary- Irom joining the Flster  forces. m The newspaper charged that  the campaign was specially'directed  against ��������� Roman- -Catholic members  many "of _ whom already had intimated their - Intention of serving the ;'  Northern Parliament.  Lydia   E.   Pinkham's   Vegetable Compound is Helping  Sick Women to Health  fhe - two letters which; follow-  clearly sliow the broad field'covered  by this well-known medicine. "Women  from every section���������you know some  in your own neighborhood���������praise  Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound as a wonderful medicine for  troubles women often have.  From   Prince   Edward's   Island���������East  Miscouche, P. E. I.���������"I "had female  troubles for two years.   I always Had  a headache an* & pain in nay .side  and ssometim< 1;I  felt so  weak that  lYcOuld^not do :my : workY*; A^ friend  j aclvised ine  to take Lydia YE.  Pink-  ' ham's   "Vegetablft   Compound   and   I  have taken s������x bottles of it.    It h.as  ^dono xc-i a lot of good and I am. still  taking it.    I will tell my friends of  vour  medicine   and.   nope  tney   will  try   it."���������Mbs.   Camttxb  Des   Roche,  Miscouche, P, E.  I.  From    Seaskatcheivan���������^WesS  Wadena, Sackatchewan.-1-"^ friend  -in  Rose   ValCey  recommended   Lydia  E.  -Pinkham'^   Vegetable   Compound  I tb me _ and it has  been a great help  \ to   me.     I   recommend- it  and   you  " this letter as a testimonial  Visit Mining Area ",  Prihco Rupert, B.C.���������Steel interests  Sn Sheflleld are represented in a party  which is exploring tho mining areas at  Sto-wart: f and Anyox, B.C. C. :Zi.  Drury,- general 'manager of Sanderson  Brothers, Toronto, Is representing tho  Sheffield people.,  < Asthma No Longer Dreaded. The  dread of renewed attacks from asthma  has no hold upon those, who ha%e  learned tb rely upon DT. J. D.- Kellogg's .Asthma Romedy. So safe do  they feel that complete' reliance is  placed on this true specific with the  certainty that lt will always', do all  that ���������its' makers. clalrn. ~ If, you have  not yet'learned how safe,you are with  this preparation at hand,Ret.it to-day  ���������and know, for yourself. '  The  Telegraph-reports a  document? can U;  found   by   Sergeant   OlarkT contained! ^r ^u   ^SSC^^tt^^   NoBDIW������   . . ^ | Wadena, Saskatcnewau.  DISTEMPER  AMONG  HORSES successfully treated   with  Spahrr's -Distemper   Compound  lJurins the win tei; and spring: months horses are again more*  liable to contract conJagious disea.se���������DISTEMPER, INFLUENZA, CODGHS and COLDS. As a preventive aerainst  these, (in occasional dose of���������"SPOHN'S" is niarvelously., ef-.  r������o.tive. As    a    remedy     for     cases    already    .siuTering-  "SPOHN'S"  is equally effective.      Qlve'-it-a's a preventive.  JDon't.walt..     P'or..*Dale at drug stores*    ��������� : '  -     SPOHN  MEDICAL COMPANY, GOSHEN, INDIANA,  U.S.A,  China's Trade Outlook  CoiisiiieKed Serious  BuslnesB    Conditions    Paralyzed   "By  Strtke of Seamen  ". Victoria, B.C.���������Trade dopresslon ia  not-iceablo throughout the Orient, and  J a. China, the outlook |s eorlous, nc-  cortlln's to F. \V, PoTcfB^ goaioral  auperlntendont oi! the Canitdlan'FncI-  flo Railway, British Columbia division,  who reached here 'from Ilo^ig Kong  by L\~<- Uner '^mpronki of RuaaJu^  BusincBB conditions In China weio  virtually paralyzed by tho strike o(  CblneBe Bcamon at Hong Kong, aaJd  Mr. Pfltors. Tho Chinea-o QuiUl������ have  control, and now Include aU branches  of Chin esc labor. In Japan, Mr,  'JPotora tound competition koon. Much  BhipplnR, hoAvcver, la tied up,*owing  tto lack of careoeH.  THE BEST THING  ON WHEELS  Imperial Mica Axle Grease-prevents friction, heat and wear.    Its use inakes wheels  " turn easier ;and axles  last  longer.     It also  takes a load of strain off horses and harness.  It goes twice as far and lasts, twice as long as  ordinary grease. Sold everywhere in various  sizes from one pound tins to barrels.  Imperial Eureka Harness Oil keeps your har-  . ness softr pliable, strong and serviceable.* It  doubles the life of harness and reduces repair  ������ bills. Prevents cracking and breaking of  stitches. Penetrates to every pore of leather,  making it waterproof and swentproof. It  gives a rich black, lasting finish,  IMPERIAL. OIL LIMITED  Canadian Company. .Canadian Capitol  Canadian Workmen,  Foi; Constipated Bowels, Sick Headache,  Sour Stomach, Bilious Liver  Tho nicest catharric-lnxnlivo In tho  world to physic your liver and bowels,.  when you havo Dizzy Headache, Cohla.  Biliousness,    indigestion,    or    Upset,.  jadd    SioiuaYL    tt>    c.xXnl j-l".]*.*?    "C������**������-  earetHr"      Ono  or   two 'tonight   wilL  empty your bow-ela completely by;  morning, antB you -will fee' splen<!ld.  "They work while you Ble<9p." Caa-  car*stu never stir you up or gripe lik*  Salts, Pills,  Calomel or OH ond they,  i;eJal   uk������3>   tail. c������iitc*  it, Xtiijl,���������      Ci������iloreuii j  lovo Cascar-oti too. cxwan-1������W^se9������aevcevrf>wM*������  r*  n  L  ������������������������������������r."������*i ���������  i  >  TM$   CBESTOB  BEVIEW  .?  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  Subscrintion : 82.50'ayear in advance.  m.QO to" U.S. pointe. *  *v  C. P. Hayrs, Editor-and Owner.  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY". MAR. 24  >"-*���������**=  ~T~.������me&tiiG Patch  Greston Valley is not the only  spot where recent increases'in assessments have  been responsible for  -districts giving serious  heed to undertaking   home    rule.      Here   is  'something that sounds Hke business from Kelowna: "The various  districts surrounding Kelowna have  been driven to consider the feasibility of establishing home rule, owing  to the tremendous increase recently  in provincial taxes, due chiefly to  wholesale raising of assessment values. So little of the money comes  back in the form of road construction and maintenance that many  farmers have come to believe., that  better value would be obtained by  spending their own money and by  fixing the rate of taxation them  selves.       Glen more    and   Rutland  -   -:     ���������. -~\   r     ,  ���������   ���������- .- ���������  ���������    ...  aeeiii to be pretty* well committed,  to taking the pluiige, but, some of  the other districts are shivering oh  the brink of the chill Waters of'self-  jgoyernment and ^till^!h5a.riker after  the suppositious advantages of administration direct from Victoria."  That the automobile may now  rightly be considered a necessity is  i idicated in the figures reliable  authorities have given out as to the  output of oars during 1922. Although this year ts undoubtedly one  of marked economy in praotieaily  every direction, yet it is estimated  that in the TJnited States no less  than 1,800,000 new cars will be  turned ont before next Christmas���������  of which sxnnsber possibly 1,100,000  will be Fords. Thei increasing popularity of fche Bower-priced auto is  indicated in the returns of sales'in  the past four years. In 1919 the  output of Fo^ds was 42 per cen&  of the year's total manufacture. In  1920^ grew to 47 per cent.^whiie  in 1921 tlie returns place it as attaining a showing of 60 per cent.  In 1921 the output of Fords was almost equal to that of 1920, while  fche output of other makes was  hardly more than half as large as  the previo/us year. In compiling  these figures it may be of interest,  to* note that 160 makes of cars are  accounted for.  A Tidy  PoaixPs Endis-a.vo3  "We have a ^ua-aifeifc^ of this  ���������?,    *'**-. gt&m$6^^\e.f p '^-i'.y  p -'���������   ?.''^.i.y.^ --jr-A pp's-',, y ���������������������������/;-���������.' ���������"  It   W-��������� One -Hosfcr.-tite-i*- rarest-  crops   for Hs&'-m  dry:or  Iiilly groimd;   two crops in  . tiie .-ssasoH^ ���������-���������.     ���������*���������'-;  Also  for growing in orchards and  ploughing * under  as a fertilizer.  Price:    $3.00 per 100 lbs.-  Jas. Kerrigan & Co.  Cranbrook  HORSE  ASTRAY AT LISTER  Game to the premises of the ondei-  tfigned on or about Jannarv 3 at one  heavy bay horse. Owner cam have  same on paying all expenses. W.  MITCHELL. Lister, B.C.  LAND FOR  SALE  . tt  Part East flatf of Sublot 72 A, Lot  4566. being 17 acres more or leas. For  information apply Windsor Hotel,  Lyndbreek. Alta,  The Match meeting of Creston  Board of Trade, -op Tuesday night,  v*/us fargeSy af tended. .President Hayes  occupied the chair, and considerable  arrears'nf business was cleaned tip.  and several matters of community interest-, were, introduced.        *.- <*_���������  Secretary Garland, -whoj is the  bo-ard's representative on the enlarged  Ratepayer's Association executive, reported on the proceed ip-g-B-of the as*  sociation so far, cbieL interest! center*  ing in his announcement that the  Arrow Creek irrigation project. was  now being canvassed to take care of  the area from Crawford's hill and including the whole Erickson district.  Block 525, which comprises, the Cieston townsite, is not included, and attention was called to \he_fact that if  -th.e^J:*^igat8on;-^wa{terii''n3iains as now*  planned are installed and no provision  SBiiideftJl taking care of i ncrecised dis-.  ii-TUUti0n, sho^ld.the-town ever in-cor*  jpolfatekwd:; u^sh-Yt'o" increase its water  .^Upply !&rtow-*s Creek would not - be  i������byaiiablo'excepb4,t the expense of put-.  ting*iai..a. separate^.main pipe This  feat������P0'Jof. the irrigation undertaking  is Submitted for the serious considerationi4oi*'those who fayor municipilization. It should be jm ore economical  to RjuhicipiH*ze now and get In on  Arrow Creek water than to delay  matters and later on.have to put in a  separate system.  The board's standing committees for  1832 were struck as-foliows;  Finance~Geo. Johnson. ES. C. Gibbs,  A. B. Norris.  Transportation and Highways���������C;  W. A Hun, C. O. Rodgers. Col. Fred  Lister. M.'P.P.  Agriculture and Irrigation���������Jae. Adlard. W. B. Embree. A.  It* Swanson.  -*������ r  Recljynation���������Guy Constable, K. S.  Bevan, Major Mallandaine.  Publicity���������O. G. Bennett. C. F.  Hayes, R. B. Staples.  LeglHlHtive and Municipal���������C. B.  Gafland, S. A. Speers, W. H'. Crawford.  Bonner's Perry Commercial Club is  still pressing-for an au tho rati ve state-  tnedt that 'a iSonnetctiog link for.the  U.S. north and south roncl will be pro.  For "Sax*~z���������Purebred^ Jersey heifer  calf, three .weeks' old. Dr. Henderson. "' ,,    s  Cows For Saxk-^-2 good milch cows,  just freshened. R. .Stewart.(AHee Sid-.  ������hg) CiriestOn.;- ... Z     '"^j-'Z...Z:...,Z"  Fob  3,sOii2���������****Hfsrss^*IIo!st-e!n '���������'-. milcfe  "co w^ just "freshened, also  bull calf two  weeks old;" Clesn^nts & Young Erjtck?  son.   ' ";':        ���������-'..���������" ��������� ��������� *'' " "���������'���������'  -.:      '        ..*. .-*.���������.*"������       . ��������������������������� ������������������* -l -     ���������;.  ,, For, SAi.E-*-~Bay   gelding   rising  8  _*X-������ ���������- ��������� = *8 :'l*Wl     t *. ~* It...       i..x.  yirvvxa.,   wciftuo iiJUU,   utupxC uuieeujc.-, ijiiici/  vided from Oreston to Porthiil. and  the transportation committee will en-  deaveiv-Sp- fcsa-ve--an interview* with  Premier Oliver or the new minister of  public works, Jbqth of whom are expected tb Ife" at Nelson and possibly  Craribrdolc wsthin "the next week.  ���������-  'All th*e'men;befs concurred" in 'the  suggeRtion-ttiat -whole hearted co-operation should he given cleanup day  this year in connectiob with the Crest- *  on - cemetery^iind Messrs."'Jpenhett,'  Constable and , Hayes were named a  committee to investigate the burying  ground and interview the cethetery  committee with a.view to making a  start this year at having the burying  ground made a,theaufcF spofc.,for which,  its location ideally adapts it.  A. %H. Bleumenaiier. manager of  Beattle-Oatway, Ltd., was elected to  membership, and during the .-month  the Biiecnbers now enrolled will each  make a canvass to at least double the  board membership within the next  thirty days.  and  gen tiev $156.  Creston* Y  -������������������iZ-k-' Yt  John   Sherwood,  For ExcHAXGH^r-For*laying pullets,  a 50-eff incuhatoirr and roll *>f chicken  wire &s good as new. -O.; Kelsey,  Erickson.      _      *:  Waj<*tbi>���������-To purchase, six or seven  last year birds. Barred Hocks preferred. Send' pricip- and particulars to  ���������'Poultry," Postoffice, Lister.  iMBtEMSN-rS���������I have taken oh the  agency of thfe Cockyhutt Plow Com  pany for Creston'*Vallev. andvam;pre-  pai-ed to supply ���������: your reqisTrements  plows, discs,, harrows, etc., at,closest  prices.;; A shipnS|*Eit off these is expects  od about the lothv: *.S. -A... Speeds. ���������  In the County Court, of--.West Koote-  -"' '--'nay, hbideiijiii Nelson:   * *  "  THE WORKMAN S^OMPENSA^  TION liOARE^,,;   ^Y     Plaintiffs.  MILK  Rich in Bfltferfaf, and from  Tuherculin-tosted Cows  7 Quarts or 14 Pints for $1.00.  CREAM FOR SALE  Half-Pint Pint Quart  JOE STEFENAOv GEORGE 3V JPOP-  PAL. JOHN M^lGNITS, ANDREW  BACHAIAT ������nd ANaroiNE WAS  CHtTM. trading under the firm.  naine and style pf the' Horaeseekers'  : Agency, and'th<^ said Homeseekers'  Agency, -     ���������_ Defendants..  Under and by virtue of :ai* Warrant ;df  Execution, issued'out of the ahove  Court, dated the Tenth day of March.  1922. and to mee/: directed. I have this  day seized alL right, title and interest  of the above-named defendant-in���������  1 portable (or traction) engine, and  Pulleys/ Z   Z ...  ' Saw. '"   "'Z'   '���������'..'  ..Carriage,       ���������' -:-!v" '--' '  About200 Tairii&rac Ties.  and will offer the same for sale at the  Court House, Creston, B.C., oh Tuesday, the 21st day Of March, 1022, ut 3  o'clock in the afternoon.  Qated the Ilth dijiy of March, 1922.  JAMES iH. DOYLE,  ��������� Sheriff ^f South Kootenay.:  r  20c.  35c.  BOe.  MOUNTAIN VIEW RANCH  WALTER  V. JACKSON  mtggm m* mmm  maPwFmMmW MrwmWf nfff9lr^!3v!SSt5  0m���������SJf9~-.'JtmIiff-.^l  Men's  Half 8oIe������, $J.25  Women'������ Half Solos, $1.00  Guaranteed for 6 montha.  S**HnH*0lhf!.nd Simr-v bt cc-zz.Cv-il*.**  with bturineJis.  and Confectionery  Bread -Cakes : Pastry  Saturday Specials  Cream Burnt  Coffee flings  Sconnee  ICE CREAM  Tea      M$*      Cocoa      Bovril  fMAtved fn onr Tan Room.  BERT NORRIS  Worth liovAUe"-* Olairn-go  ' The above sale is. hereby postponed  until Saturday, the 25th day of March,  W2-t% at the hour of 2.80 p.m.  '���������~-l JAMES H* JDOYJLeE.  , .  y- Sheriff.  * ���������'.' .".���������������������������' "-���������  ���������' "���������   . ''i" ������������������" '   ���������������  Notico to Delinquent Co-Owners  .. /������������������ ���������<���������-��������� ' ..  Regarding tht SuiUvan Group of       '  Mint-ral Claim*  Notice is hereby given that I, John  A. Sullivan, co-owner with M. J. Dyer,  Hannah K^Lursorei and Charles Hmn  s<m, or anyperson to whom"thoy muy  have transferred ah interest in the  followinpr cliiimE): Canadian Oopppr,  Golden Copper, Yellow Metul, Diamond Cross. Lurson. Sullivan and  Alice, recorded at Nelson by me. unless the said M, J. '.Dyer, Hannah E.  Larson and Charles Hanson, or any  person to whom thoy inny hayo transferred an Infcerobb within-the period of  ninety days from this "notice, pay to  mo tho sums showh herewith, Bald  sums being duo for wbrk done on. and  c^penura iinciu-t'^3 hrikmneetion wibh,  tho development of the nboyo-men-  tlon<ad clxims. an follows]  M. .1. Dyer, $76.00.  Charles Hnnispjn. $85,00. ,  for thfs ycrtr'o awscflsnierifc work, from  11)20 bo lt>21, hn Halfl mtnernl clnlnis,  together wllh All costs of this adyer-  tlHehienit and '  Hannah E, Lm-Hon, $4e5D.OO  for tho yc-au-a' ������t.s.HoaHiuii;������ri %vork  from  1018 tn  1021, on  RaidVminoral  clalmn,  together with nil coats of this ad ye i>  timMuerit,  Ancl further tako notice that unlesa  tht*H<- siiniH are pirid within the time  above stated your interent������i in tho Raid  claims will liecome ycRted In mo, your  co-owner, who hns nnido tho ri'rjiilred  expenditures on said mineral ohiiniH.  under   Bectlonn  28    and    48   of   the  00,-. ,....   ..       0   .,'  ?.. ..l*.l ..J    AA*r*-.  Dat(-d at ICItchonor, B.C.. December  27,3021, J.A.SULLIVAN.  Wssff No Letngot**-Bug  "% If our FORD Nowr  ���������"*������������������;.  .. Everybody is. talkihg about  the new Ford prices that be-  cam^off^ptive on January 16th���������the  Tourinj? Car being $f40.00  less^tl|ana.year ago. ^Huttdreds who hoped fco buy a Ford "some  day'.' realize with delight that they need wait no longer���������that at  Jasttbeooyeted-Ford is within their reach. ,,������������������:<--.-.'���������  ^    "Perhaps jTbu,tc^,liave^oped to own  a lord "some day,"  -JLjefe ussget together.;: -������Jetween us we can wor%; olit a plan that  will m&liQieomedciyNQW'mm "*���������-.'������������������ ���������''*,-��������� .-���������:* ��������� Z -?Zzy i  *i ������������������?���������������������������-. .';-: V-***.i  *.* *~v r*������ ^V*f''���������*     .*!. VQ'     '*'"'  I^ORD  y"'       Reduction  Old  LJNew  Reduc  E*rice 1 During  Price  Price  tion,  Year ago   YSTear  $890  $84fr  $50  $1100       f260  990  9^0  60  1200         27a  565  ^535 ^  30  675           140  :Y515  495  Y'V^O  ���������'  610          115  470  445  25  550           105  615  - -S75  40  750          175  COUPxEm*^.-.. -i-.:  SEDAN-P-.Z...Px Z0..Z0  TOURING---... ~  RUNABOUT..^.-  ;CHASSfS������Z^.~0~..0  Truck C/iassi? ^...~l;������  The above prices are f.o.b. Ford.  Ontario.      Government Sales  Tax extra. \Y. .:..  .,,_,...,. ip--:'-?^ :-.-  *���������    Starting and Electric Lighting on Chassis, Runabout, Touring  and Truck Chassis 885.00 extra (one year ago $1*00.00������xtra.)  Qo closed.models Starting and  Electric Lighting are standard  equipment.,     ^.., ...-:-- . -r?^. Y  '������������������.',.:���������-.    .  ���������'.-.V-v  ���������r have engaged ME? PIERSONr'es Mechanic, H* is  luUyjreconttnended by-the. Ford Motof'CompanyZesZd Ferd  > Ex&ert, besides having nine years practical experience on other  .m4ke&;trfi&r$-yZ  -ZZ'Zpp'  ii-.rr.-i-.--,,'.!.- '  rr^J,  Wtf-  i*:������i,  See me, and&t a set pric&^n akyZzt^schm%iealiob,"ZZZtlZZ*'>  Y4" i'lfz:ytiu-, i^dhtyour car tfr-fim like netp^^*n&���������TendZget  your worJe done before the Spring rush comes.  ���������  ^ ^  .-'���������'.tr'rir-?-"'-  ,0r  'rr-.r. * ,*[.*r-.j. m- :������������������  r���������     -���������������-  mm  mM  B*���������**m*  n'Ai:������I,Im? ������������������ a���������?ar*3  11 uiu neiiiuie  ff^0^.W*f%'  9  ���������*;,.!; ,  TT"  include Ken's & Women'sIrom Murray's  ���������ill j ���������'������������������������������������  Ij-tr--.  -i+  it":    --j-a'-iy  ��������� .���������s;-\--    ...  ���������y ���������;*:'l*  Men's Shoes, black calf, milit&rjr Heis.}  Gpbdyeaf welt. 7 ...... ���������..-........y'''i$7.60";"-^v  Bro^n  Calf,  combination fast- -Gbod- = -    -  . Z:Z   .   year^elt::Y.:..Y......r. J^z.....:.:.......  '������������������������������������ M0  '��������� ^  ^    Barfc %own Ca^^ 7.00,   '  Women's High Kid Bals,���������4~.yli".:.t....z..~*l.'... 7.75- ���������>  TOomen's Black Ki^l OxfbrdsY^:..>.;^'.*..w������...-.'. 5:50 '>  Women's Brown Calf Oxfoiai^......\yl'..yp.,     7.00  McFARUNE'S FINE SHOES include  Baby's Black:Kid, button, piiir,.^;.,.... $ 1.75  Children's Patent, strap...:...v^y.���������..,..,.......,...,.���������    L75  Children's, in the new 2-Strap Patent  Slippers, sizes 4 to 7������.,.zzz:...-.7l..:Z... :"   %A0r  .    ������������������;'* ���������'��������� r--v.-���������       Siises 8 to. 10J���������'...j,vi%������.!.'.':. ..'.'-..if ���������  2.75:.;' "r  Misses, 11 to 2 ^ ��������� ;.,..,.���������.... ���������.:y~-;^.25y -:-:-.  Women's Patent 3-bar strapr5f..a'.,,...,.: .;....     ;4.������5i������  Women's Brown Calf, high...!;......: 1 .,     7.50  *  Misses',Brown Calf Bals ,";.,��������� ���������:.:Z.'.L    ;^00     V  Women's Black Kid Oxfords ...;....:........  .^50  Women's Duchess Calf, '2-strap':::.:. ;......���������..���������" ' :"6,O.0"v'"  ,      j     "    m   ' y y , .  The above are all New Goods for Spring, at lowest  possible prices for good Shaes  Greslon Mercantile Go., Lt!!.  1  J  wmm-t  ���������M^ntii^itz-'.i.-^MiM-Mi^^ K,Pl "T^J,,sfc the i*in*; a p������fr of  Miiukeri lelasses.^ Beattk-O^-Cway, Ltd.  L1??  CBBSTCR  BEVIEW  Z1  Tl-MlBE$ licenses  -    The attention of Timber  License , folders ��������� who   are  taking   advantage    ef -the  provisions-  of    the '   1921-J,w*Pnrc.  Amendment  &-She  EOS-    JS^1  EST AG17 whereby.arrears    Sam Scol  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 mention-  -edr and such 1921 and all  -: subsequent    renewal    fees  must' be  paid   within   one  year after ^the date of the  expiry   of  t}ie   license   in  order to maintain the right  of the holder to obtain a���������  renewal of the license.  good advantage in -Land of Hope and  ?���������  I.   ^l^v Young   was   well   re7.  ce,ved in-ratherOFlynn." Mr. KoH-  hamtn^h^^ rea!   Irish   ft^JP^  "Come^acieto   Erin."   rt.uT-!!  number*y Je������ Knott cWd"Ve Zo.  At the f^te folks with families-aw* ?Z?������������������\.  ^*feT6 w*ce but two reci-  coruing teto Canron  oitHistoict^^-XOn8'^M* Q" DavSe aad H- Young  piesentit wall  n������fc be surprising if a  ������r^T   ���������" haVe to  b* ������<Med to  the scl>ool.    The two  rooms now   are  Shorty"   Adams.     who   has    been  JJ* king at Camp 3 all winter, is home  I ������!{?���������������*2 |S Refctin|f thinS������ i������> shape  J to slash, burn and generally clear no  ������������e oaiance of his ten-acre aanch.  To get the advantages of carload prices  LoyaS Orange Lodge, No. 2095  ������-1l*_r-L _. ntW-**. ' .*���������    -������������������--.        *-.-: ....  ....  .������(       *������������a v.  almost filled  to capacity, the- attend*  ance totalling 64 pupils.   *  W. Lather, who is" -snaking head*  quarters at GlenliUy at present, has  joist purchased 40 acres of Canyon area  land from the Land Settlement Board.  Min i-taet is in the neighborhood at the  Scott place.  23. Nugiiier-of Macleod, who lately  purchssed the Jap place, has been  joined by his wife and four children,  and are occupying a temporary house  on the place. Amongst his effects'are  about eight horses and three or four  bead of cattle. ^*  %  In connection with the St: Patrick's  concert a gooi^ word is due the people  of Lister ������-ho, **> ordsr tc. attend and"  help u ith the programme   were forced  to walk to Canyon,  tbe^oads be.ng ,n i myie and  mp. i.asher, pianists  poor shape.    They ������������t transportatuyn   burv brt,th^ ,af ^F      ^^ mM  T. Manson and Harry Brown of Iast-  viollhR        T*oo������������5<��������� .S--   *   ..g -&XJXJ ������j.-������4iiHportatioi  home behind the Hnvgens & Van^ck  1 ei-an   teazu���������but it- was 7 a.m. before  Phonse got back- from   the   trip,   so  strenuous was the travelling.  - Pleasure and profit were combined  in the St. Patrick's concert and dance  in ths school house on Frfciay night  under the direction of the U.F. "social  _ ..- ��������� ���������*  *.:":." ~v T7.T I committee, the afifaiirnetting the piano  -Meets THIRD THURSDAlf of fund a liuost $25.   Ex-president Bevan  each   nlonth    at    M^rcanfcjie of Creston board of trade presided���������;. in  ^invlSd:,nff--fc hrenC*?Pz Y       plutimeJrish style th^ughout and ^  ERIC OLSON, W.M    Pp'il?,*n'l!:iQ������  subnaitfed   was not only  *   -������������������;-** "' -   '��������������������������� "  . Y  car-efuljy selected but was equally well  '.',?;. renderedby all those taking part.  being re^msjhle for the Hte.ary ndm-  bers, wbicb^ere a welcome change  ^Sr8^111"^1 !te������GS'   The school  ..^?^!.r,Si!.E^s ��������� filing" and,  ..rr-^?" ^ere wevs foMr Individ-  Hal mstrumental contributions, Mrs. '  Pochin favoring >yith.A pianosolo;and  T. Jtfawson and Harr^Brown of List-  5wLrK^1 r^ct5(ins. ^hireYMisse8  Evelyn and Louise, Sevan of Creston  2 t.hei,Ydou^, vio?K. nmnber   were  Yerbury brothers an4 Brown   orches-  fnlS-    ������"   Were IOi-������iT aPBiauded  in tbe,r Hawaiian guitars ard violin  SlT^Jf PT,Jar ���������?^* ^^ol  P IT b^m'8' D*vie aild T- Mawson.  taken to the jew schoolhouse wlreie  the dance was.sfcirted and the ladles  T^ZZ^^Pr^n of supper!  n/idnigg-^^JVnTe  Z^^l  excehe^t n.usfc  in   abundance    C!  Yer;|  I IflWi   IUII1  B?ni SM-Sr^m^^.  Mmx...  fours nQ  for  Shrill MsfarJisle  f  ^A-tAtxJrm  E  I  i  rowers Union,tin.  oa*6 luvestineiit  * E  er, violfUs. JBiespite the bad travelling  the attendance was very, large, and  certainly the affair throughout has not  been excelled in the history of Canyon  City. J  ���������  ^ JPT?./0��������� ������ comprehensive  ^ op������, wjimi *������ir &wn uoiid p-e*  Y.* __*jl^~~"=! r~~ '"w,fct **������������������ vriut <9OT own fffnnrB Fla.  ������3^5SnlSt,*% we������re in s p<M������!on to advi^  f0@������GJsib  '^fERfey^ RAM  ass  liiii Hoi  *.x'  SSBntmum jnlee of flrat-claos 2antf  , reduced to-fa aa aoro; e@cond-da������������ to  u $8.50 $m ac^r*  "S-Ve-empeion  now   cosraflnesS  to anr-  _ .ye~r~&. loads pxtiy. r  - Records will be granted covering only  taod miftable* for asriculttkral purpose*  end which Is non-timber land.  Partnershtp' pre-enoDtlono ������a!)fi^|alj������>4^  but parties^������^9ifoi%<*lia������r*���������>fes ms&  arranse   for   /adjacent    pre-emptions *  with Joint residence, but each nafclnc  necessanr iwprpvesnentB fin Respective  Pre-emptora must occupy- claims -for  ave years and make improvement* to  value o*" Jltr^^'ae*-;, Jnds-Sin* ei������r������r-  .tejr ana cultivation or at least B acres  before receivlsar Creraui Grant.  Where pre-emptor in occupation net .  leas "than 3 year-, and haa made proportionate Improvements, Tie may. he-  caufte ot Ill-health, or other cause*, be  granted intermediate certiflcate of improvement and transfer lite claim.  ..Records   without   permanent   resi-*  : dence. may be issued, provided applicant makes improvements to extent of  . ^0 j^r.annum.andre^oi^la aame^ eiacb  yiftar.    Failure to make Improvements  or  record same will operate as,* forfeiture.    Title. cannot, be  obtained in  leae than- 5? -^eara^and improvementev  of flO.OO per Acre^ including 6 .iiciree  cleared: and* cyHIVated? and residence  of at Jeast 2, years,ore reguired. tfh',;  Pre^emptdr : holdln-f 'Cirpwu'^wraiht  may r^cord'another pre-emption; If lie  requires land In* conjunction with hla  farm, without actual occupation/ provided statutory IruprovementB fmade  and residence maintained ort' Crown  enuited tana.    P.lZZ'ZP'ZP^.:C Zpl.-'  ITnaurveyed xuheaai. -not exceeAdmir ij~l>  mxtfB,. may- |>e .rlftMied: ae -homeaftea;  title to be obtained afte^fuiauinir'rei  dentlal and hnprovemor"  JP^>r   ~~.m*-tt*-vm.  .���������.Jt    .-    -  Creston District Fi f teen Hun dred  Club organization wa������ completed on j  Thursday nightJast when at ai largely  attended meE^eting of those interest-Sdi  ...���������,-.������.������ xaj nit bnoee caking part.^ ; Fin "Speers^".' Hal!, pei-nianent-,officers  Jas. Jory of Lister contributed two were elected as follows: President B.  solos* ������������������Eileen Alannah" and "Off to C. Gibbs; Secretary aWd general man -  Piuladelp- ia." Mr. Batcn>an favored ager. O. R- ������T*������-^i���������������*- ,n-5��������� -'-  with "Mother McCree" and ^*Carry  Me Back to Old Viginnia," being nice  ly supported by the chorus in the lat  ���������>v-.  CT,!W^ ALLAN,  GRESTONMRAmmm  *���������������������������.';'���������-' t '**' ���������-   * '*     _���������  ���������Manager.  (Corrected Notice.  H> ^ a. ^?���������rfg.rP ^OffAQe  Take notice that- Canyon City LutO  ir Company,. Limited * ���������������!������������������������������ -*ddres<  for a  Ifen ClOlacre  ������s. -Creston. ~*B.cZ. ^wni  license to take and.uscof  fO-Uf       ������. *k������1        *. ~m        -j .arm-. *  ~rJ-     j J******** ���������������>-usp'or-i'en fioi m.  at  ager. C.   B. .Gtarland;  Directors   Jas.  Cook, B. B. Nelson,  H. S. McCreath. I  -Votes of thanks' were tendered Messrs. j  Gibbs and Nelson for the splendid services rendered  by them as president  and secretary   pro tem while alh the  preliminaries to ^.organization were being put through'.-~ The -club   is an ex-  ceptionally^attri&tiye proposition;<at������  reaclV there h4s,|*eeo*a^ demand for almost 200 applications for membership,  Mc-L&rty-Jum&i Wedding  -rs  *J*HE old way of carrying your -money  - in gold in a belt, w&en travellings*  had neither tne advantages of safety  nor c������m������ort= * *  13^^-^ Travellers' Cheques are payable only  to  yoixr  ocder,   can  be  cashed promptly in small amQunt-e for  -���������* ^yossa-askaaaediate reqiaireca-ents and take  , little space in jyour pocket. Try **���������:-  Ak. I^i T A* y**Vlr ��������� a m -w  674  im ^nh.-Ta-ZT''  "*^U6 Q5������ ������nle ffrora f    The Pav������gf&fii. below, ftom the Van.  ������������t .lot ill    Tk7���������.l" "*S??a Hfd.*fiWi   lm������Mt   here,   the   bm.  ?r������ae. 'S~\9m\)^m^WA^S^  *ci������'������gffiPaE-!-  company.  leased by ohe  3U1U,    TaCtOru  mm,  vaxt  timber land not exceeding -il>-acres  may be purchased;, eondlttons Include  payment of aturnpage. r  Katural   hay meadows inacceoalble  by existing roads may bo, purchased..  conditional upon construction of a road-*"  to them.   Rebate of one-half of -oogt ������f  roa<3������. not e^ce������din|r Half of purchase   '  price,, ia made. r   _��������� Z? ,""*���������  OWKUTM  210 of .Lot 812. The capacity of the  reservoir. is about Three (3) acre feet,  and it will -flood v about ^tnree-q liarter  acres af Band. The water will be  daninjed. in the stream at the Cotn-  pahy's mill, and will, be used for mill  pond, steam arid domest ic purposes  upon "the millsite, described as Lots  300 and 2I(K-I>.LY8i2.tBv h JK.D. M&p  T>uruber.   -This notice\was ,poated--otf  fh������.i*8ro������nd*,on "the 14th da? of March.  D&2, A copy of this, notice and an  application pursuant thereto iind to  the Water Act.. 10B4, * Will be filed in  the 'otSce of the *>Vaf^r Recorder at  Nelsfm. B.C. YObjeetttpn to the aippli-  cationYhiay/'be flled witftt -he said  ���������Writer Recorder or with tne Comptroller of Water Bights, Parliament  Biiltdlngs, Victoria, B.C^ within thirtv  days after.the first appearance of thfs  notice In a tocal newspaper.  '   >    ���������: CANYON CITY LUMBER  COMPANY LTD., Applicant.  By OU AS. O. UODGEHS. Agent.  The date  off the first publication  of  Y this notice is JMEarolflO, 1622.-  nized at  ;noon in  l -  0--xx.4XV.X3U4       UCIT^ \,-r  favorably; JpnOwh-Iij Cres^n, where  she^as from timo to Hime been a guest  of Mrs. Stocks:-xZ ������������������ ���������-.      ��������� *    "*  Im 4"F&fiy.Redding wassolemi  So clock on Wednesday afteii  J*e^J������t Christian Chnrdh. Vancouver, when Miss Olive McLurtv. ieS  daughter of Mr. and Mr&?TK  tertj, l^rtGeo^e^came^h^bHde  1ZTVi F,^nc"s Ri James, son  of Mr  ,,?���������!. 'S9' Yl}������ Wft������ Riven away by hej  uncle, Mr. Adiim Watson, WH^attired  .,.   ,        -, J5ANK  COMMERCR  "���������'-.���������) J  04-  PRE-CMPTOR*'      FR*������  wThe <MW3p*> of this Aot Is enlarged to  Include .afl persona Jolnlngr and sery-  Jaar wUh His MaJeoty*������ Forcea. The  time wlthJn which the helm or dovun*������  Th~ tstso.  inor ~��������� -~0~ jnajeaty* Forces. . The  time wlthJn which the helm or devisees  of a depetased pre-omptor .may apply  for tltlo under this Aet ts extended  from for one year from Che, death of  ���������such person, as. formerly, until one  year after the conclusion of the present  war.    This privilege i~ also made "-���������  No feea relatlnv to pre-emptiona are  due or payable Toy aoldlcre on    preemptions, recorded after June 3S, ffll8  Taxes are remitted for Ave years.  Provision for return of moneys accrued, due and been pa!4 since August  4. IBU. on, account of psymente, fees .  or taxes on aoldlore'. pri<-emptlons.  Interest on agreeraerits to purohaee  town or titty lotn Baeid !��������������������� ���������������������������*������������������������������������  ���������1   UlU-u-J      til. -r  Is there any  House?  .-..vrxxr.   AUl'i   ^XUfllXl   .'*,V .   -    .--.    ���������.. tr- ������. *jvt0 C������V������  ip u smart tivWelling costume of nayy  blue serge, with ,whrfeh she wore a  large black hat tr|picned with- French  flbwersY Her boquet was of Ophelia  roses. Following the cereniony a reception was held at the home of Mr.  T. Wi; Connor. Mr. and Mss. Jaor^es  leaving? on the nighj; boat for Victoria^  where they will spend /their honey-  moon.   '��������� '*'���������'''���������'  - 'The Golden Snare"  ��������� /���������    ��������� ���������  I     ''" .-- .-��������� ��������� ���������.'-y. Z        "   .  Another trhimpb/if,the silent dt-atna  is   David    Hjjrtford's   production  ?iues-  tpelt   ���������. ������.. uirreeraents tcT purohaee  Allied K*oro*B, or dependents, aoqulred  direct or Indirect, remitted from en-  liKtuient to March 81. 1010.  ouD.puncHAaini or crown  0 LA NO*.  i->rovieloni mcu3e. for * Issuano* of  Crown fnuaits to sub-purchasers, of  Crown- LafuJa, acquIHnjr rltfbts from  purechoaere who failed    to    complete  fmrclmae, Involving forfeiture, on fulfilment at conditional of purchjui*, in-  terftflt end tajcea-**- Where ������uo-������urclia������������"  -m do not claim whole of <orl������mal par*  eel, purchase price due and taxes inaj  be    distributed    proportionately   over  ,    ORAXIMO." ��������� ���������������  Oraalnic Aet. Wits, tor ayetentatJo  deveuopment: of HvMtock Industry pro-  vli&ea Ior sraKlncr district* and rantf*  admliiiner������l:|n>n under "CoinmlesLoner.  AnnuaJ mraning permits Issued  baaed  fm numbers ran*edr priority Ior eatnit..  I������he������ii n������rw*r-. nivrxi'tx-siwtmru ��������� mAy  form AssocliPliona for r������n������e mannre-  ment. * mree, or parttaUy fre������e, _permiu  for e*StIero. iMjupers or travejfero. up  This is tho first  tion that presents it  to the housowlfov if an  unexpected visitor dropa  in for a meal. But why  worry P  Shamrock Brand  Home and Bqcon  ���������'' Finest Quality  Cob/kerf Ham...  Lunch Meat  Bologna,. #c.  aro  always   to   he  j.   - m���������x. 0J.tlVl*.V\.UIl.lHl Of  Snare,"   which   wilj   be  Grand   on   Wedncsduy,  _--��������� ���������---..j*. ������e������j t^j had*  new. In meats nothing  quite equal,, 'Shamrock  products.  mwn        *j.rMW m-ixjf JL.  "ThoGoldon  seen: nt  the  March 29.  Adapted front James Oliver Cur-  wood's f unci nu ting Story of i fche samo  name, this . remarkablo photodramn.  wi th ii coinpejling, vit������j,f,*, tbr >-bbing  plot, fairly stnticlcs, of the charm ana  mystery and primifcivencss of tne P'ar  North conn try i ahdj  whioh tho e cones  Lewis Stone, as a member of the  Royal Northwest Mounted selected to  bring buck "dead oraHvo"Bfani John-  hou, lisma; wanted .fugilEve Cfoni Justtoe,  j������ the * featured player and gives a  wonderful clmractorlzution*. Kuth  Rcnick nortraya the girl Cqlie arou nd..  whom tno mystery of the guidon-ttnnre  and the'madman of tho barrens ocii,t-  reft,     Y* " ,*    ' *, *.'���������  Y       . : ���������  A beautiful romance Is in ter woven  in ,thls thrilling title of tho enow country. Tho photogiaphy is remarkable.  Nfjrht En the Arctlc.,y^piMlPt~ hliaicard,  Bram Johnson driving: his pack of savage ������iv������Jf-dogH--rthoae aro" a. few of the  striking scenes which will ling-er long  in the imomory.   v   ,. t  Impeijilnl  Liimp G^t Coal  always in stock.  a^dj- DRAWING  Stan. M. Watson  Office:    Qpp. Bfethqdht ChUreh. *'    Pho^ 5{j  ij.���������'r  *������������������*������-��������� ^sr H \-~t~ *������l  *% hUtf LlOs  Uatchiko Eogb���������-Barred Rocks,  $1.60 for sotting of 15 eggs. 3?la<io  your orders early to , a void disappotnt-  | ment.'   J. W. Van������������������*,, Ctt^-trm^  JiA'roiiTNa Eaofl���������White I^cghorm>.  good winter laying atrnin, $1 ff������������r fusil.  ing of 13 eggs. Baby chicks later at  20  ccntu   each.    J.   O.   Wearmouth.'  t        ���������"*    ,  OF BUIL,P1NQ NOW  15 THE TIME!  .  mtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmummmmmmm-m  No doubt you will pay more raojpey  "for lumber next year.  WE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF LUMBER  AH' kinds of /Mouldings iind Finish  Shingles- and Brick  Ask us to quote you price.  Canyon oily Lmhe  tlHAlTED  PlllilllilMi H  *w EiQGI sLP ma QB V t. -j) <������" *  Ml    ~~a* ~  ^mawBenjao^i!).^  ****<**fc**ft.ytt������&Ta������*g;i  a>*sa^ai*Jnu^*ii  0B^������  Beauty Hint for Women  '   *  *' . When food is only imperfectly digested, I  it .gives rise to fermentation, clogs the  bowels, and ^renders the blood impure.  This results in dull eyes, muddy skin,  blotches, pimples and other disfiguring  marks. Beecham's Pills act immediately  on the stomach, liver and bowels; regu> .  late them and keep them m "a vigorous  condition. They are mild, harmless, and  dependable. They are compounded of  remedies of vegetable origin, having .  great medicinal value.      -       '  i4 or  clear  skin  and  bright  eyes  Take  "I've heard of him/ '  "Havo him at the humest."  **As a juror or witness?"  'It -doesn't matter,  but  have   him  ���������I'll see  to it.      And  i  there."  "All right  now, miss Karris, if you will permit  me, I will bring your horse for you."  Grey took a 'conveniently long time  to find the horse, but .at last he ap-j  peared ih the door.     Beulah released  her fingers from Jim's and s*wung herself into the saddle: * -  "Sergeant Grey,", she said, "I think  you're the second hest man in the  world.      Goodnight,"  The sergeant's military shoulders  came up squarer still, and he-stood  at' attention, as she rode into the  darkness.  Chiidreer Csry for Fletcher's  Sold  everywhere  in boxes  256���������40 piiis  50c���������90 pills  Lift Off with Fingers  "Have your thought it over, Beulah?" he said. ' "I have x\p right, as  matters stand, to give or-take a prom*.  ise.      E have no right "  "You have no ri^ht to say "as l-.iat-  ters stand' as though matters had  anything to do with it. They haven't Jim. No, I have not thought it  over. This isn't something you  think. It is something that conies to  you when, you don:r'think, or in spite  of your thinking. But it's real���������more  real than "these bars,  which are not  so close as you seem to fancy "  -  And then, "between the iron rods  across the Open window, his lips met  hei*s.  . . . "And you were seeking life,  Beulah,"--he said at last. "Life that  you should live i'n your own way, ������or  the joy oC living it.      And "  "And I have found it," she answered, in a voice low and thrilling with  lendemess.      "I have 'found it in you.  We   shall  work   out   our  destiny   together, hut we must keep our thought  on the destiny, rather than the work.  Oh, Jim., I'm- just dying to see; your  homestead���������our      homestead.   . - And  are there .two   windows'?  *   We-.must  -have two  windows;  Jim���������one in  the  east for the sun, and one in the. west  i for the mountains."  -:     Doesn't  hurt  a hit!    Drop  a little   ^ "Our house is all. windows, as. yet,"  -"Freezone" on an aching corn, instant-    he    answered    gaily. And:-there  'ly that corn stops-hurting, then short-    >fn*  *?��������� mu?h  a,f  a    feuce"   P?5?*  ,ly yon lift   st^ right  off  with fingers. I brf^t ���������e vieMr  Truly!  to  Your druggist sells a tiny "bottle ot  * "Freezone" for a few cents, sufficient  ������to remove every hard corn, soft corn,  or corn* between the toes, and the calluses, without soreness or irritation.  1 lie  Homesteaders  ��������� BY    ROBERT J. C. STEAD  Published By Special-Arrangement AYiUi the Aiithor.  J  f:  < Continued)  Ami aow Uus girl had 'come to him,  white he was under the shadow, and  because her -soul would not be bound  by custom, and "because her love couid  not be** concealed, she had let him  "know.  What are you doing here?'' said  a sharp voice, and _I?eulah felt- as.  though her tin "box were suddenly  sinking into a great abyss. She turned with a little gasp. Sergeant Grey  stood within, arm's length of her.  "Oh, it's Sergeant Grey,", she said,  with a tone of relief. "I am.Beulah  Harris. And I've just. been getting  myself engaged to*y.our prisoner here.  Oh, it's not so. awful as you;, thinks'  You see, we knew each other ih Mani-  toha,-and Yjje'v.e* really...been engaged  for quite a while, but, he didn't know  it until to-night."  3?or a mdmeht the p.oiieeman retained his reserve. He remembered the  girl," who had already cost him a deflected glance, and he reproached himself" that lie could -doubt her even as  he doubted, but how could he know  that she had not been passing in firearms or planning, a release?  ......  "What she says is right, sergeant,"  said Travers. "She has; just broken  the news to me, and I'm. the happiest  man in Canada, jail or no j aii."  There was no mistaking the genuine rink in Travers' voice, and the  policeman was convinced. VMost extraordinary," he remarked, at length,  STOMACH TROUBLE?  INDIGESTION?  H-ere's, -Good News for You  "Lindsay, Ont.���������  "Dr.    Pierce's  Golden.   Medical  Discovery  is   the  best   me'dlcine    I  have   ever  taken  for stomach trouble.      For   many  years   I   suffered  with gastric stomach   trouble   and  nervous    Indigestion.  Would be so  hfirt sti, tirnen  that it was necessary  for m-e to lio In bed two or three days  n.\: a. time.   I havc doctorf-d and taken  many cUffer'jttt mcdiclnpa with little  rel.><���������**/,    ,'lunt.  recently I began taking  CJ-old'PTi Medical Discovery and It has  Klven  more relief t.him all tlie other  medicines   I  have ever  taken.     My  stomach  does  not. bother znt> and  I  .in.,-*,  not had any Indigestion since  f.;<l<inK  ih5;*i tn*efllr:Ine.    I  cim highly  n*command the "Di-scovery' fo others  ���������������������������ho  ������������������.���������nff-'-r vr,i\\. ft' om ������ ch trouble."������������������  Mi'R   fi-eo. Wellington, ft John St.  All dniKKisiH.    Liriultf or tabtetr..  Mrs. Fawcett Gives Advice  ���������   to Mothers  at, Cafhiiriivo*-.. Ont.���������"J took Dr.  IM-c-roo'fi Favorite Prose i-Jjit ion durSnt?  f^wciaiiecy v.iipn -I frit e a pot-1 ally in  rifr-rl of ;i. tonic nnd i:. i-w-iwtiwtd rno  k>���������(���������������>ii:v, I uiv*'jji������ '<**'������������������������ p.'?.f,j~-i<P in  iVM-oTiini-^nrlfTin Mil-i 'V'?r>M-r\ii\Ion' tr>  yonn*? mo tunc r������ be<:;������uu; t know it  v.'ill nol: ftiH to hf*-Ip Hieni," ��������� Mrs.  ,l.   fl,  I*'uU'<--������Kt, fc  VU-iirll iP.  Vo'ir he-Milt*]) Ih tno-sh im por I ant to  .-ton. ll.'H efTr.slly imr>i"ov<������.i. Ju.'it nnk  ,-ftrmr n'*;iiv*:>t. druffgYt for thH T'ir*  {-scrip'.ion of f". Ptt'i'i-tt".. in tjibl-nt. r>������'  titrn'td lYiSeii.  WrliA Mr, Plff.-oft. Pt-firjldftnt Invalids" ffot-cl, BufiVilo, N. if.. If you mum  fr*-f rn*-dlcnE nrlvlco.  GHJCPTER XX.  An   Inquest���������And   Some   Explanations  The inquest party consisted- of the  coroner, 3������ho was the doctor that had  already ^attended    Allan;1" "Sergeant  Grey;   six  jurors, - selected   ffom the  townspeople;    the -'manager    of   the"  bank, whose 'Suspicions had first been  communicated to Grey; Travers;  and  Gardiner.      In the early morning the  policenaan had ridden out to the ranch  for Gardiner, but had 'met him on his  way to town.-     News of the tragedy  had reached him, he said, and he was  hurrying in to see .if he could he of  some assistance to Travers, in arranging for a lawyer, or in any'way that  might be practicable.    Grey told him  that as yet no formal charge had heen  laid    against    Travers;   that he was  merely being held pending the finding i  of the  coroner's  jury, and  suggested  that if Gardiner    would    accompany  him to the inquest he might he able,  not    only   * to    throw  some  light on  Ttavers'  character, hut also    on   his  whereabouts on the night of the tragedy.    To this Gardiner readily agreed.  It was noon when the party reached  -the Arthurses' ranch.      Beulah counted  them out with a field-glass while  they were still miles down the valley,  and a big table was set in the bunkhouse    where    the cowboys were accommodated during the branding. season.-   * It was a matter of course that  the men should be    fed    when   they  reached -Arthurs':    At* -intervals in the  setting of the-, table* the'girl returned  to her field-glass, until she was. quite  sure of the straight figure riding be-.  side the mounted policeman.  They swung into the yard amid ,a  cloud of-dust, the jingle of trappings,  and the hearty exchange of greetings  between    Arthurs    and his acquaint- j  ances from townY     Gardiner was in-;  troduced-to Arthurs, and shook hands1  without removing his gauntlets.      He,  had  learned  that the party were to j  have dinner here, and he excused him- -  self, saying that the long ride in the  heat had upset him somewhat, and he j  thought  he would  be wiser to lie* in *  the shade for an hour or two before-'-y  eating.   ;  Arthurs    "pressed    hi^    hos-j  pitality ;*upon. him,   but   as .Gardiner,!  seemed   fixed  in  his  purpose  he  did;  not. insist.     Then the rancher walked',  over/ and shook hands with Travers. ]  There    were - no    signs of handcuffs ]  now, and an outsider would not have'  known that the young man's position .;  differed from that"of ...the..'.others pres  ;. ent. r ��������� *  After   'the.   meal    Gardiner    joined ���������  them again, and the party, which now,  included Arthurs and Harris, proceeded up the valley to the scene of the  tragedy.       It  was   a  great  shock- tp_  Harris to find that the victim of .Al-  lah~s gun was his old neighbor, Riles.  He stood for a long time as one dazed  by the discovery, but gradually' out of  the  confusion  a horrible ��������� fear'   took  shape isi his mind.      Alian had shot  this   man,   with  whom   they  had  an  appointment  at  this   spot;   had  shot  Fletcher's Castoria te strictly a remedy for Infants and Chfldreru  Foods stfe specially prepared for babies. A baby's mediciae  is even more essential fer Baby,. Bemedies primarily prepared  for grown-ups are not interchangeable. It was jthe need oi  a remedy for the common ailments * of Infants and Children.  that brought Castoria beiore*the-public after years of research*  and no claim has been made for it that its use for over_ 30  not proven*r * * *  *0tm. fx\ ft-  imgm- \tm  m-mlt*  y%.<-LmZ.   HuS  What Is  CASTORIA?  Castoria is a harmless substitute for Cantor Oil. Paregorics.  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 Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising  therefrom,, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids  the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep-  The Children's Comfort���������The Mother's Friend.   , .-   -  ���������  GENUINE   CASTOH1A   ALWAYS  ii Use For Over 3������ Years  *      ' TfHK CENTAUR COKIPANV, NEW YORK CITV  open direct negotiations, producing  the money as proof of their desire  ] and ability to carry out their undertaking-r_of how they hOpe'd the owner  would be induced to accept a deposit  and  accompany them  back  to  town,  where" an option would he secured  from him for a period sufficient to  enable them to turn*, the property over  to the New York* investors at a handsome profit.  ;,Y;. <.To*:be*;contimiedX,*:..^.sv. l--. ���������  BIRECT TROM TRAPPER TO  MANUFACTURER  J. SCHWAKTX & CO.  266-268  King St. West  MANUFACTURING  FURRiERS  Toronto,  Ont.  Extra   Large  $2,00  Dark . .'*...  Ordinary  Large  $i.50.  Ex.' Large  .    $40.00  .    $30.QJ3  WJUSKRATS  .   Med. Small  $1.25 ... ..    '51.00,  BEAVERS  Large Meflium  ������30".OO $22.50.,  fZ5.00        $15.00;  Small  $12.00  S 8.00  Kits   Damaged  and  Shot  25c-$L00  , G-ood-Unprime  $20.00-510.00  $15.00-f 5.00  We will hold Shippers' Furs the necessary time'for them to return  remittance if not satisfied with our grading. YY  Ship by  Express or Parcei  Pest. "Quick Retur*������s_ Guaranteed  Y������Jank References���������Dominion Bank, Toronto. Y -    Y  ORCHESTRA LEADERS  Send for Daneo  0 rche&tVdliot'.s  and  SINGERS -Send for  Vofesslcirial Copies  "but entirely-natural on your part, 1^ hlm dOWn, as far as'cbvild be shown,  must say.      I congratulate you, sir." ��������� -without excuse or provocation, before  The officer had not forgotten the girl  who clung to his arm the morning "before. "Hang me, sir," he continued,  "there's luck everywhere but in the  Mounted Police."  Tie unlocked the door of the cell.  "I ought to search you," he,said to  Beulah, "but if yoii'll give me. your  word that you have no firearms, weapons, knives, or matches, I'll admit you  to this���������er���������drawing-room for a few  minutes."  "Nothing worse than a hat-pin," she  assured" him. "But you must come,  too," hUp, added, placing "her hand on  his arm, "You must understand  that"  He actompantccl her In'to the cell,  but remained In tho doorway, where  ; he suddenly developed an interest,in  astronomy. At length' he turned  quickly nnel faced into the darkness,  "������������������"fl pen king, uot as an ofllcer, but as  a fellow-man, I wish you wero dammed well���������that is, very well���������out*"Of  thlH, old  chap." hc said to Travers.  "'Oh, that's all. right," Jim namirert  hint. ."You. couldn't help taking me  up, of ennrec, nnd C������r nil your kind-  n������HS you would quite cheerfully hang  n*** ii' it ���������'fell to your lot. But ll Isn't  going to,"  "r ������i;e:n(l ready in he of any .sorvlco  Ho :wj fhnf Ir1, pf-rmisslblo."  "Tltft Inriuf-st. Ia to he lo-morrow,  Isn't ll*.?" aidced Heuhih. "f think  you   nhould \n: at th<i iiKjUCRl, ,11m."  "VijaTu rlKht.," nntd tlir- ,qf-r*n;<������n.ut  " i *eii ri,.,:.-y ih row "riirM- n<*w Hi'lit on  thr- ���������on������ef-."'  "Vvti ikitf.* one** rf'iiW'Ht." ������.nh} Trav-  4-r?\.     "You know fJwrrtlner?"  W.    N.    U.    J4U  ZESVSA  y-on   ivriv not  l:~ J)hl1l������eBllt-  iln������ *wli*fcn  you uw iiii  Vhn<i*-'n OinU  m<-nK for 7pA".v.nn~, ixnf. Hklu Irr������������a������  riK-tii**. It ri-llflv^H nt ������Hie������ Knd Rrr������4u-  .elly ".;.;ih t:!!������ *win. Mutm-Wi twite l>r.  ���������l������nn������-,i Otntiridiit B*r*������ If H*>*' tix-iuiwti UtU  ������a.p*r nnd Kr.\u\ 7n. ntmsif* t������r \sOh.U\ur>. //Hr. ������  hmt; -jsUDf.nU-iif, us K*.UiLii.r.$'ni, l������������.������������-<������ ��������������� Cos  hlmit^l, 'i'orynto.  he had so much as entered- the door.  The body proved to be unarmed, and  from its position hart evidently faileif  inter the building after receiving the  fatal charge. -. ,. ..������������������'������������������  -  The old man turned dry eyes, from  the gruesome thing across the warm,  shimmering valleys,      On the farther  slopes, leagues distant    through    the  clear air, ripeningHelds oC wheat lay  on  tlio hillsides like patches  of copper-plate,  and   farther   still   thin   columns    of    smohe marked tho points  whew*  steam-ploughs  were.-wrapping  tho  virgin  prairie  in  her first  black  bridal "of commerce.      But    he    saw  none of! these.      He saw Allan, and  he  naw bars, and a 'prisoner's dock,  And there was something else that he  would not see; ho   would   close   hla  eyes',   he   would   not   let   Us   horrid  gaunt   ligaments   thrusts themselves  into liis vision!  After ii thorough examination of the  scene thoy laid tho body In.������ .democrat iind returned 'to Arthurs", whev'o  tho coroner held Mb court in the  hunk-house.  - Hnn-is'H evidence was first received.  He found it dlillcult to-Rive Tils Htory  conn notedly, but item hy item he told  ofhlo acqunUHanco with IUlea In tho  eastern province; of their decision to.  comn went and take up more laijd; of  the chnnco hy which tlu*y bad fallen  with Gardiner, and tho pVoRpnct ho  bad laid before them oC move profitable returns from another form of ln-  vfr.lm-mt; er how his. lies ll Ation had  finally been overcome by UUe asHur-  nncc that nil he need -do wafl havo Wn  money ready���������ho was to ho under no  obligation to go any further in tho  IraiiMietlon unleHs entirely BatlBflod:  of Ibe ol'IY'i- wired by the New York.  eapllaHHtH; of tho wale oC hh. farm  Tor a dlHKppolnting sum, and their  journey with tho money to the old  nhiirity up tbe valley, where they woto  t������ me men. hy Tilihu- *..������*. Q ard inor, mivl  aln-o, tin ihey expected, by the owner  o������  the mine, with whom Ihey would!  WARNING!.,   Say  "Bayer" when you buy 'Aspirin;.  Unless you see tlie name "Bayer0 on tablets, you are-  not getting Aspirin at all.   Why take,chances? ���������  Accept only an "unbroken package" of "Bayer Tablets of  .^splrlii,1'' "which contains, directions'and'dostss worked out by  physicians during 22 years and proved safe "by millions for."  Colds     /        Headache -Rheumatism  Toothache Neuralgia       , Neuritis  Earache     ...... Lumbago Pain, Pain'  Handy "Bayer" boxen of 12 tabl������tn���������Alao "botllaia of 24* awl 100���������"KnigKlntk. -  /i������-r>lri*ite Idth-rt trnda mftrlc Crensliitesrod In Caniiaa) oi 33ayor Manufo.i5tnro of Mpna-  ���������nji.itStue-Uti.Ur 05 CalJcylten'-lfl,    VvUim \t l������ weall Jcmown that Awj������������������-l-j matstim li&yaf, '  unnnu ranting, t������ annlnt therv public ncalnnt ImltatHon*, HI to *MWa*j oSJISal'or r^m-namr,  ���������milt, bt> BtamDiocl -with thoir -conorai trado ma.rU. tlio "Bix������ O-tsnii?-'  ��������� V,  4  '���������a  /j  mam  |iUMjii|^||^|i  mm  t **a^A**M*fV i, j*������s*'W  mmtmtm  nmmmm. o;  ������S~W& BSCTSW^mESTOST, B. c~  mV^  *>  Make if your handy household assistants Use it for  making soap, in washing dishes, for cleaning sinks* r<e-  r/ frigeraiors, garble cans, etc,, for cleaning clogged drain. \^|  | pipes, for removing grease and smoke stains* for scrubbing J/M  floors and tiling. You 'will find that the systematic use of ((^  Giliett's I^ye will keep everything around the kitchen and  hath room clean, sweet and wholesome. Cleans and didt- n /;si  iaiffect^^ Is econoi������ica������ and sure in it&~effects. 13 as been [j ������������  the. standard for over 5������ years.. It savbs Jabcr, time *^  and trouble.   ". 1  Afe-de in Canada.  Japaa Wants B. ������. Goods  Ceda&'lpg shipments to the Orient  "have 'taj^eiL &X^uddea jump " forward  and during the -pasfT-few weeks over  ^0,000,000 f-eei" have''been, hooked* "on  various steamers bound for Japan.  The demand for-cedar in Japan is increasing and the s- British Columbia  market is finding* difficulty in supplying the requirements.  Oldest Post OfSce inUnited[States  Catarrhal Conditions  Cst������������r������ If e������*-iwai disease greatly infliir  ���������enced -by constitutional conditions. It  therefore requires constitutional treatment. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE  is taken internally and acts througrh the  Blt>od upon the Mucous Surfaces of thf������.  System. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE giyjis the patient strength by improving the general health and assists  ���������"���������"aturo- in doing its work.,-  ���������* AU Druggists.      Circulars- frefe.  F; J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio.  U.S. T<M������k.Bulk.of Shingle Output  Over 2,000,000,000 shingles, ninety-  five per, cent of -which went into the  United States- market, were cut hy  mills ^in British Columbia during 1921,  according to the annual report of the  Shingle Association of British Columbia.     This reports-is on all grades.  DANDERINE  Stops Hair Timing   Out;  - Thickens,  Beautifies. *  / A.-:,  '��������� r- A     V  - S5-cents?-- buysYa -bottle,' of- ''Dander*  - toe at any drug store. YMter one ap-  * ^plication you' cannot find a particle of  dandruff or a falling-hair^ Besides,  -arery hair shows hew life, vigor,  ^tteightness, more color and abundances.  Budding .at    St. ,.Angustme>    Florida,  .Was'Erected In 1568  *���������** ��������� -  - Erected ^in . 15-68,." the posk office  building at St. Augustine"; Florida., is  believed to he ihe oldest structure of  the kind in the country. According  to official z-ecords in th& "Archives of  the Indies," at Seville, Spain, "it was  purchased by the King of Spain in  1604 from Gdnzola Mendez, former  governor.* of Florida, -who erected it.  ior ?103*000 as, a residence* fbr Gov.  I^edro De Yderra and his' successors.  In requesting that the purchase be  made, Gov. Yderra wrote _the king  that the house in which he Jived was  built, over the seas, and was so cold  and danap_that two former governors  had died iu ii.  Novell Auto Truck  For^ delivering    bricks,    a    motor  truck has  ben designed  with a body  that travels in such a way as to unload its .-contents neatly piled.    --  CHILDHOOD CONSTIPATION  Internal parasites in the shape of  worms in the stotoach and bowels of  children sap their vitality and retard  physical development. They keep  the child in a constant state of -unrest  and, if nol attended Lot endanger life.  The child can be spared much suffering and iJhe mother much anxiety by-  using a reliable worm remedy; such  as Miller's "Worm Powders"; which are"  sure death ,to worms.  Constipation���������that disord ered - state  of the digestive tract whieh is nearly  always caused by improper feeding���������  can be readily regulated by the use of  Baby's Own, Tablets. These Tablets  a-re a -mild hut thorough laxuLive.  -They are easy to take and are absolutely free from injurious drugs. Concerning rthem Mrs. .Joseph T>ion, Ste.  P^rpeiue, Que., writes:���������"I have nothing but praise for Baby's Own Tablets. When my baby was three  months old he was terribly constipated hut the Tablets soon set him right  and now at the age of. fifteen months  he is a big healthy boy and this good  health I attribute entirely to the use  of the Tablets." They* are sold hy  medicine dealers or by mail at 25  cents i a boS from The Dr. Williams  Medicine Co., BrockvllLe, Out,  Rent for Fighting Ground   .  A  Viewpoint on the  Question  of  Paying^ prance for Use of Docks  Great Britain*-, it appears, paid  France 1he huge sum of 22 million  pounds -as rental for -docks, buildings  and trenches used^or ocfeupied. in connection with the British"-military operations in the" recent war. ~ A critic  suggests-that t?������3s is the first instance  on record of one country paying rent  for trenches in which tcj light to defend the country owning* the ground.  That is not a candid statement of fact.  Britain was not fighting France's battle, but; its own. ���������- That it did the  fighting in France, and not ;m Britain,  was a piecev of good fortune, for which  even'the SximcLted'is a cheap price.  It... is, likely, too, 'that the,, British authorities s#w in this means, a way to  give"-:'some iinaAcial ��������� help to a hard-  pressed ally;/whose sense Of independence would not permit it to; accept a  straight' gift.���������Edmonton' Bulletin.  JSfoi Quite Sure  Polite Peddler (to small hoy swinging on gate).���������Little boy, . is your  mother engaged? "Y    -  Little Boy.���������Come in and I will  see. I thmk she is married.  Mother, Quick! Give.  California rig Syrup   ���������  , For Child's Bowels  Even a sick child loves the ���������"fruity"  taste of "California Figr Syrup." If  the little tongue is coated^ or if your  child is listless, -cross, feverish, full of"  cold, or has colic, a teaspoanfui will  never fail to open, the bowels. In a  few hours you can see for yourself  how thoroughly it works all"the constipation poison, sour bile and waste  from the tender, little bowels, >. and  gives you. a well, playful child again.  Millions of mothers keep "California  Fig Syrup" handy. They know a  teaspoonLul today saves a sick child to-'  morrow. Ask your������druggist, for genuine "California Fig Syrup" which has  directions for babies and children .of  all ages -printed on "bottle, v Mother!-  You must say "California" or you may  get an imitation fig syrup.  By  Marie  Belmont  **The    season - is approaching  when  every particular housekeeper wants  an attractive dress to wear about her  duties indoors. The modern trend is  for bright effects and gay colors in  frocks of this" type, and the example  above is charming in red-checked  gingham.  The square cut neck is flanked at  either side" "by -the yoke, and to this  the waist is slightly fulled at the  shoulders. ; ELere and there the skirt  joins the blouse at the lowered waistline, black wool embroidery imparting a, striking note.. A slender blaclc  patent leather .belt finishes jhe costume.  The same Crock may be imtde up in  cotton, crepe or handkerchier linen  for dressier occasions.  The Oil of the People.���������Many oils  have come and gone, but ~~Dr. Thomas'  Eeieeifac Oil continues to maintain its  position and increase its sphere of usefulness ea������h year. Its sterling qualities have brought it to" the -front and  kept.it there, and it can truly-be called the oil of the people. Thousands  have benefited by it and would use no  other preparation.  A c6ih-in-the"-slb't machine has'-been  invented hy an E&gIislim(UL to enable  a passenger to learn at wha.^ "speed  he i~\ travelling in a train.'    "' "-   '"-'?  Better a" good passing    job    than    a  low .salaried position.  iVUnard'Sci-inimen.t:forlihe Grippe'ahd  Flu ""��������� Y ���������'"'"''���������    "" ' '   '     ;'-  Aim at the -top.    :It may 'help you  to land in the middle.���������Z-l. ������������������  fflDMOr-  :i$Y  ���������4!  I  I  :pl  :������������"  k.  the;-:..������#f(n^^er^e^ it bach  - It Idoked Uke a happy discovery as it lay there  on the sidewalk���������until the discoverer reached  -to pick it up. Then the hidden strings jerked it  away.  All William got was disappointment.  That's the way a good mariy  people have found it to be with tlie  comfort and cheer they thought  they had secured in tea and coffee.  When they came-to depend on it-^  there was *, a hidden^ string, and  nothing left but disappointment.  The drug, caffeine, in tea and  coffee, is a nerve stimulant. Constant stimulation of the nerves often  produce^ rebellion that takes the  form of sleeplessness, headaches,  irritability, high blood pressure.  That's the string to tea and coffee.  Postum, that wholesome and  delightful cereal beverage, is completely satisfying' and there's.* no  harmful quality whatsoever, to jerk  away the comfort which you find  in this splendid table drink. Any  member ojf the family may enjoy  Postum with any meal���������and there  will be no after-regrets.-  Postum comes in two formal: Inntstnt Postum  (la tins) mndeo instantly hi the cupsby 1b*i Addition  of boiling water. Postum Ceieeid. (In. packuerna of  laiffer bulk, for thoae who prefer to mnk������ ih������ drink  whiles this* meal.- botngf pr������p������r������d) mad* hy balling  for 20*minutes, Sold liy gracon-.  Corns are painful growths. Hbllo-  way's '..Corn , Remover will j remove  them. Z.     t   tY:Y Y, -;-  P y'"'-'   P:  HERMAN   KURT2T1SCH  When it comes t������ eating, woricing  and sleeping, I'm like a different man ,  from -what I was* a short time ago/"  said Herman Kurtztisch, 405^ Norris Place, Milwaukee, with the Northwestern Life Insurance Co., in relating; his experience wi4h Tanlac.  - "My whole system was about to  give way as a result of two years'  constant _ suffering from stomach  trouble and I was so run down and  Vorn out I was hardly able to work.  I actually dreaded to eat, as after  every milal I suffered so terribly  irom heartburn, and I was so nervous  I -got little rest day or night.  "If it hadn't been for Tanlac Tra  firmly convinced I would have had to  resign my place. It came to my add  in the nick.of time and I am strong  for it. Tanlac was worth at least  fifty times what it cost me."  Tanlac is sold by all good druggists.  Grain Shipments Heavy ^  Nearly one and a half million^"bus-  tiels of wheat, oats  and barley, have  been   brought  down  from   the  FJeace  River and -Grande Prairie districts by  the Edmonton, Dunvegan and British  Columbia" .Railway   since the first of  September,~aecording to figdres issued -  by the railroad.     JNine hundred- and  five.-railway    cars   -have come down  from "the, north   country with 718,624  bushels  of wheat,  67*������"983 hushels  of  oats, and 100,699 bushels of barley.  For Spanisli friuueriza  The Liniment thai Relieves All  Z?'-?. Ailments ;  Melon "Growing by Mennonites  Melon     Growing    as    a     Commercial.  ��������� Proposition in Southern Manitoba  The*'Mennonites in- Southern Manitoba have paid "-considerable attention  to melon, growing and have succeeded in cultivating both . watermelons  and muislcmelans of good quality. Experiments, at the Morden Experimental Station, hear the Mennonite. settlement, show that in hot years melons do well, and prove of ���������'excellent  ftavor, but when the summers are cool  they do not^floupish/ At: this ������������������.station  ���������Costs-'have beevh made" in planting: Ih  the Jhot he (is and transplanting to- the  open.*}n comparison, with planting- In  "the Held. Variety' tests * have also  been made. Ok the whole the superintendent nt the station is able to report satisfactory results, He declares that he sees no reason why  melon growing should not be a com-  mnroinl nroposlllon In SoutH������������m Bfanl-  toba, especially having rogarrt to the  succeas .'nchiovqcl by the Mennonites,  who' bcBldca having, no solentlflc  knowledge do not oxerciRe an super-  abundanoe of care. Muskmelons and  waterm-ftlons are alike easily grown.  MONEY- ORDERS  ���������Dominion.. Express iEon*y* Orders ore on  sale iu five thousand offices throufilKmt Canada.  HELP WANTSP-rMALE  WANTED���������Men to grow mushrooms for us; 825.00 to $50.00  per week; send 3c stamp for Illustrated booklet, and particulars. Toronto  Supply Co., Cumstock Bldg., Toronto.  Postum for Health ���������"There's a Reason"'  ' ���������* >Mnd*e by Canadian Postum*C^neat'Ca, Limited, Wind������or, Out.  100%PROTECTIOHfOflUFE  _ from c) ������wr v.tMMiation with  Cutter** Xiauid or Sa\\l~\  Blackleetf Atftfrejsln. Ab^>-  eutdly safe; Cutter's Solid Awt*'  Bjolnject-OM work just like Bla-������k3ei������  riillnicctorB. IffCut ter's ARiiressio  .,    ���������.   tie unobMinablclocally, write  The Cutter Laboratory  ���������������������������T** xttimtirtlUrt than Kistwi Ha ui"  Berkeley |U.S.LtoiM<*> eCwlifomtn  N.B.���������Old Style VovrStT a*ndPffl Vaectawjtdl made  few tluss* who prdec them,  R.C- fncreacen Lumber Expert  Tho ProvInelnl' Minister of Lands  reports that the wnter-borno .UituVier  export irom B'rJtinh Oolumhla In,l������21  was in ex-eoss ot 188,000,000 feet, ;aa  fl*eoflfl. of! abont'"-l-l ,000,00m feet orer  the record'bt lt>20. A largo sluu-e or  this export, went to Japan and China,  M-lnard'a   Lloimejit  pr-oventta   Spanlnb  u������h s coma Root Compofi������<&  Jt tafe, treUahUrttpvlal(ng  medicine. Bold in thtco do-*  fr������B������ of ������trsn������th--Ko. 1. (51 s  No. % WiNo. ������. pn -per "bo*.  Bosd hr -til drureaa t-s. ot nuut  rrepilj on reccclpt ol prlco.  Vtt.     tstaspUeU       AUdrec ui t  THE COOK MEDICINE CO..  lOIOMfO. OUT.  l-ttmrntr Wtt:.<,J  Sim*ttomm^atto.  ���������ploiittor  JHsff  f6������fs������n������eJ(u.l  I3001-C  ON*  DOQ   DIHKAK12������     -  MSA  TSOW   t-5   ?;-ii~  JMulled   Freo   -lo nnj-  Acldr-uRM by Ok*  Author  h, cur a3.ovigrt  1*9'*    >V>Ht       Fourth  '-Street,  Kfiw   >'orl5,  ..-tr.ss.A.  W.    N.    U.    Ml! ���������130&S CKESTCS   BETIEW  1  J{*j*?������  IP  MfPZ- ���������  iv*-"  Rt  l������l*>  f  ***v  \  Local and Personal  Wanted���������Drake, any yariety. Ar-.  thur North* Sirdar.  -*.  C O. Rodgei-s lefl-rm ^andayon  a  shoifc business trip to. Spokane.  For Sai������e���������Baby carriage. RpgHsh  -fcyJe, $20.    Enquire Review? Office. ^  ......B-&������r~ rJ^AlJ^-^Ancona - roosters,    $4**  each, at Arrowstnith's ranch. Creston.  Fojb Sale���������Six lovely. Rhode. .Jbdan.d,  Red "pullets, iii la^ $1<50 -each. Harri-  sow ra������ch^'-,E!������"icUson.'., J \9z  For . ������ajU5���������3-bsa3'tti8i? coal oil stove;  JusfYwhat" youYwari*fcfor summer cook*;  i nK-    JErtqu it^ ���������fte'view'Office.  E-&GS For. Hatching���������Rose Comb  Rhode Island Re_tlsr,$I.y5 foi- sitting of  15 eggs." Alx-s; W. V 3acRst������n.  *    ;-.^(~T ��������� **J*^:;--**Y******}-;.-.:* *i-v*i ���������"*     '*' '   * "'���������   '"' ,  ��������� M isaSeluia r: Anderson r 'who is at*  Tending .business- college at Nelson,  was a  week-end- visitor with Creston  _   .   iii.-.i\    .   ���������:..*'...���������*'>; :>.���������.?��������� ,;.*..**-    <"    *; ���������--  friends.        * ���������    . ��������� ^  ��������� *-;- li.- vie ,,5-*f'---c ���������"���������'-.: ..-.w-'-i '   -������������������-'- ���������;���������'   :���������*������������������-��������� ���������  Mr. and Mrs*.,C^l}. Bennett -were  visitors with"Spokane friends a, few  da-ys the latteri: part of^the week, re-  turning-on SundiayY  FaRSALK-rtlak refrigerator, good  as new* also-white enameled provision  cabinet, twdtf shelves," and?'galvanised  ice box.    Enquire Review Office.  .A teachers*, study '������������������ class iti connection with ^{Shrist Church Sunday  school has'; jusfr'tjeen started, -:meeting  eyery Thursday night at the rectory,  R. ILainont,  Who has been conibin-  HATCHING EGGS  BJjACK lY.m6lic2L8......... ..0-    1.50  S.O. WJHEEE LEGHORNS,.... . .1.25  per settiiij?% oflo.'e^gs.  .AH* froni.;,,..  sxcellent or  prize"st6ck".      P.* <x. '  EBBUTT, preston.   *  ing business .and pleasure on a three  months' trip to Hamilton and other  Ontario poj nt������, return ed home on  Monday. Y * Y������������������    *  . Cj^ston : mprtib;iuts again-announ ce  tht$t *the^r.'*.-eiriir>^bgefc|f*e ^tbe usual  V^ednesj|^y hal/-hofiday^cqiiimencing^  ;A^^5t^and^^-^i|^ni|!t the end  of October.  R. M. Reid;   at    ane   time   C-P.K,  agent here, now.vi^0^^'^^nji^.t}i%  Lethbiidge Division, spent a few d-iys  here the latter, part .of the: week on a  business visit.    "'   Z "'P.*  "**'*������������������ '/     Z'"-  XJuring^fciie. absence off Capt-.CJro nip-  ton, w ���������* few dapon a.,  trip to ifee^old home in England, ac-  companied by BjlW Crompton. the  Rod and Gun   Club - haye --naraied.   G,  jrm     ' '-^,J,;r   y^*=sfc^_'-,i--*'.''K?H..'Y     ���������n*.������ri'^":,_ <��������� ���������   ������������������&.- T.^X"-- ������������������������.  p:**".  JJenay as club secretary ill the? ainteriim  S*-;.:sw?^'-.*.*SJs!5- .';_,������������������'������?*:������������������-    '*-*?*. -.������������������" ��������� '.^f^Y "���������  op ��������� t������������'tl^-g^^  Creston.*; ^t^rict*   brass-band   have  louad^^ai(e<cfe8Sary   to   postpone   the         ^$$$$^^  announce it for Friday evening, April  flthZZ-PPPPLZ?- ??-jj ���������-'���������������������������' PPf y-Zy-  Edmondson,    Linn,>atf d  i(' :.Alti|oi>gl������3-th*gre;.t>^s.; be*^| ao^d-eSijite  pronoujQcenierit as y*et,.������s-om a vei'v.,rei~  liable quarter it j*s ,,te^������^en .^thatY no  G<������yei-hment-iiqiior stt������iV ,*wili bejopen-  ed at Creston. ... !  ... For SaIjE���������-Very,choice grey snare,  5   y������ars   ������������ld.   broken   to.   single   and  double   hai-|ie^.   w^3jip|fi.|b;. abptit.. 125Q,���������  Price   $125.;   C.    Blair.    Reclamation  Farm, Cr.estoi\.   "^ ���������:;,-.'..:-..-        -;-*,-. ���������.'*?.  Eggs took another drop Jof'."fiyeji-ents  a dpzeiiiii fewdajy^; ago and the ^H.fct-'  ly fresh yariety are n<ow i*etailling at  35 cents a dozen. rl>airygutter is ijow  selling at 35 cents a pound.        Y .,"   '  ��������� . *���������.'��������� m���������������������������*,-���������   ��������� ' Z.--^ ,!*���������- ^���������'���������"',:   :;.'/'' V - ���������   ..-   .-'/ J.        ,"(���������'���������. ���������*���������'*)*���������' :-l;#'..  The'Pres&jftei-i^n-^Egnliea had a. fairly  stieces.sftijl^tea and sale f>f home cciokv  i ng.on St. Patrick's afteVnoori^ the aid  treasury beiiii^".expanded a matter tif  -������P-*5 "as a i-esUit of the effort. -* -  t    Miss HiiisteLanhounces the opening'  of astock., "of   t|inj|eueEsii  Jhats,, s^ia^pes  feathers;PkXio.. at%ot,:.residence, oppqs  ite. the  Bdethodist 0|������:ui-cb, bn" Thursday nextvj^  inspection^ oC.al^theladies. ������������������  ��������� The Fruit Grower^' tTnion ha^ "just  taken irit'6 stock'*"a supply of sulphur  and lime. This has been, bought at a  very attractive pcice and immediate  buying is desirable as future orders  will not be nearly ks-Jow tn price.  ZFOR TW^M^Pl^^^^^^^s1^^ atiitf Jelly Effge,  .   '    -c.CfaQcoIafce Sitting.and llunnin^^Buiiriies,^���������:Hetofi^/0t:c.'  FOR "THE ONLY <rlRL?'r���������&ox Chocolate^ all eiz^: in bulk,  t&oZ   Perfume^ Toilet Sets= Jiswel CaseSs^te;        ;.  We have marked otir\goods to conform with any and all        *  .    pocketbpoka. ' Gome in and be coiivtnce.d.  1       ���������������������������   -     ".���������,-.-..; .'.   '.*;,.,, ..-   ^������������������Y'"*' ' ���������".y :?;'" -������������������':'���������*���������**���������.'���������'"'p ^^ r ���������   .  Z':   r A little HATiDrfewrill hrighbon it'-'iipY  like new.    WE HAVE ITZ  B^EATTIE-1111'  y?k^.  ���������jiff.'������---y^������-j-?r~ - j'*-.. -**.��������� --- .  j.*u.i55.xxs.xil~arOW W6i*������  ^^thje^.hpjne'  t������*fa������i...ig������-j������ *   'rtJUr-t-tiK      ....  ednesaay afternoon,  Of  r&i 5ijiw������?  er   on  *7.  dist Ladies'  "the...,_  under Mefcho-  cupted * the attention bf^^e school  board at the March -"nve^Ung -On Mon -  day nighi. Some improvements are  t^be made to the playgrounds so as to  eranWe:t|^^b^^,j^o' ,.raake:.K themselves  -j. In '*iM^-i0-^^  .,������'4^L^m^^j^^.-!-^-^''--J-~~~^ tpt  - the* ^rfe^..'*i<TOnfa*s^esth^  Tfie annual i^e*^3^^s^estii^: *I^i  on  5,o������^-.jni8y^t;:^^;gi||f^        *ib^S>^,  <tf  Mr.  'S fti^.c  w  #-iia^"-  Mail Orders a  sr Specialty-  Vu  Phone Service,  Priomji^ Attenti&n  James Oliver Cur\vood  ' * -     .i*.  never  wrote   a   better   story���������never   made   a  faster picture *tban  ffl   fflp^s EST        H^^m B ������ Q  >4 Rpyal North'West Sergeant on a man hunt.  A baby found in a blizzard.    '- ' i \  A sntireMadeofa&rl'sgtrldenhdiir,  "'       '    * Z * ���������       ���������   -i '  Follow from thctro throaj������U a 'r#*s*il Curwoodl fcnle, of Arotib  mystery and froaen peril.  Ite'a Q- otirriiniy story of what hnppened when the , nergennt ������ot  hia man���������a mad loup-#aron���������and fonurl him Rlieltorinn; si rIVI���������a  ������lorio������a prirl of myatorywlioao hair laid the trail of tho ������oU|*erk Bnare.  The screen cannot ������ive two piotnren audi no tlnn!   - ���������  PX        met    ������������������ mp ^Biii   pii ^m ��������� wm    pw  ���������������������������Me^*      pw ^w ^ww *^* ^���������e^w*^  p^-**p^   im������    -w* "^w r pw y^y  Aid   auspices,   bfa^t   was  ���������^m^ well attended,  the Intake being  :almost $0j\.:../"'r ' Z,y.^ ".-���������. ....Z-Z-yZ.  . A:n auction sale-of the household and  'othe'peffec^'ofbN* Schade," w-fil'^ire  ^lac^nie^t'TPiiday ffffcerriboh^.' Biffarcib  3l8tYatiyclbck. There is a long list  of-furniture; etci, as *\^ell >ae otlier art\  icles that should attract a large^ crowd  of-fe^yers;' .*"���������?. ���������'    '''       ' ' -"''Z  '"���������'<  :"���������'.<.:���������'���������&'?��������� P.'?*<r",-. ��������� ''-:-,���������.���������%.-��������� v . ��������� ���������:���������: j ���������   ���������*'"       .-.*.  -_;.J4t-s.^W._,G;_^fack.seon . a,nd   Mr.,:*and  'Mrs. ^tki-ns:.bip;*'S*������>gin������, Sask.. arrived  the latter "part off the. week on  ������ visit  to Os"est0*a.^iebds, .and ^ are   stoppihg^  with [ Mv������Z������iffi :���������&������*&'.tt. Y^^J^cfcspnf-*^  +i,a.v-'-i*5������~''ii-i.'S'���������Ji!*T���������������������"'-'u^.-ltmP~.Zs~.'- -J;'Y������ulv-.  u������.S^i^������5.co,s>������i|u>j|_is4i.;. ^SaCenSGai S    fnOSuSr*  and bister ^smsctiVefyJ"." ZZ     ' .,"' ' -'- ���������'.*'  Biue-bii-dsmnde  their first 1922 itjp-  ������"f**.W*������������({.  i^jbi^naaiice _  imphrey"of rMalaSwBj ^: wh^p," spragi������.in-:  d the^ Iscg-J  h-SFe** :*.*jii&fe*'fe**;.e5s&I&; cyst?  ^WO.^*|^ta8;^p^YTh^-10^.AO  ���������JPj^i^en-is^  W."��������� J; Truscott;'^ecrefcaty^-.j;Jasi *^3-  liBr^l; Di^eteprsi. *Gny ConstaMe, J,-4P.  fjo$k&is^^ . y- ���������  :adaiti6ai*>;t^  feisefenery������%^  -complete fcheoven apd(equipment-1 "^iW  b-^oyedi i|^;.l'|l^pew; paxttr and th������  i^nbr?now^p\^]r������i^^      .'.* a.-..bake; w>?jna���������;*..  wlu^beii-M^lia^^i^^aKn^ Edition' ~&Mei.  tearboWiftndil^lH^^ ' 'Wi-th:*  this   increas^  pif^is''i^n|sta||ii^^ -aad  iutieh'rodha- trade^Y','Y.  ���������tessJY  m~~-t. ^affasi������fi*ft"  S%i  -a    . * .*;r,.-;ja  BfiB"an*l        ������������������-���������������������������������������������������������������������   *   ��������� ���������������-������������������-������������������������������������"  ���������"���������������������������     ^kmTmWW   W ^i*kWm-W"^^���������  xU.amrtax.aa' -  -.i.i-~-^-'-''--r  ' SUWDAY. MARCH 26'  j... ':" ;/:cBisioNV'Y'T' '-:y.  10a.fn.  .Klp.m.  ���������\  !"  the  of tjhe .,^r^ki;aiqdA in spite of the.bounty  paid ��������� pn: ^tie>in; crows are again < cjuite  numerojits andY'nbisy; With'' %Z new.  moon due, ���������pn Jth e I ^8th *reaI spk iiig  w^therfcattndt'6e;.yery,far.6fP.'''  5';?.l^_B^"_j^K������*5vdsi' &.|.������ended..the Beyies of  lectures ^5y^-riiv^JVIe^canU]fe.r^alI .ron  Saturday Yaftern^on arid ,eyen4-ng 3,ii*-  det- the.auspices-jof -fche; pi-oy^n'ei^,e(le^.  P^menfeof;a*5|^iItiwre, all-ttveof'th'e.  speakers ' delivering- /;lnfceresfcaT������g mf--.  d^esj^..������/n.~practical;yaiich topics.   <;  * y '! y       '���������     '"7' !"'"''���������'    * '        '   * . i*  ^e^innihg'^H^.Hrst.r^t^^'ay in^Lpr  ril. Mrs;   Harrisbn"   intends   spending  the day in C^toia.'f ov 'the "purpose" of  gjving piatioforte lessons. "Mrs.' Safris-  on   conld ���������-then s accebmifiodate ^ "fbtur  more   pupHs.- Y^^ipes, and" enquiries  ���������may beleft^'wit&^'^i-s'/''Itoy"Staples'  during the week.   - ''":.  ��������� ' P<- *&*������������������ :  "Cruy   Constaple^3 president .of  'Wflii*t |S^w|i|re*\i^ftitotii,/'J*ij8 ;at-;".'ye|rnpn,'  thi*s;'"wfeek. ibr'-avm^tiii^-^of ythe^ratfljc,*  ''andv;'Oredit ^M'ee^il^s^clataio^u; Gro^  '^rs; at' <Jrand"F(^^s^ha^  ���������yised. -hy;'t^e;OVl?ip;^tbat*a 'final settle  n������en������.on ������.1I frn������lt).������eild this' season will  -be made not later than the "end of  April. '.v.  I .Jkiij*. meeting M the entertainnoeat  d^tnxrtittee of the1/fall fair it; has been  decided to make the Easte^ Monday  evening attraction a straight; whisjb  drive and dance^the box.' secinl feat-  ure bavinjf been'dropped. The best  ���������possible lotial Inuiieci hftB^-Vbeen secured  and there will be four good prizes at  -.cards.  ,' , ?x '". >'.'*'��������� *'       ' : - '���������    """'"  ���������    E. H. iSrnall of; the   Creston' Hotel  iwas a business visitor at ;Cian brook a  few days last wfeek, sind in his 3ong Acquaintances, with the divisional city  states t hat be n eyer 6*aw a poli tiqal  victory ao universally papular as was  the, win of Hon. .pr. King in ."Bast  Kootenay in the voting on Tuesday ioiF  last week',. * ,-. - ���������"���������*. .  J. W. Humphrey of Malakvva,,well  known here as organizer   of "the   five  Valley locals of  the   United Farmerp^  spent Monday, and l'nesday in the yal-  ley on.a bnsiT\esri visit. JHUs'i-s"tvV>rking  the fruit districts of the province jln  the interests of a Oalgary flwo book-  ing orders for totted maruirefrtr fertil-  l/.er pnrposeB.    '*���������'*''   :jJ,    '. '\'K-'  Final  touches were.:put on the organization   oP   t)ke:...Fif^nnJ.Hiij^'radv  Olubatawell 'ntLanded ; ineetiin-p-; on  Thursday night last, at which the 1022  directors   were   choatn,     B. C-jU-ibba  is prpH.ident of ������������������the',',cliybi: wifcli*-,0.''Bi,  Garland, ifecrotai-'y,,^t)cl'<iixiimag;Knifl':dIr^  ector.   The*  niepilier^hip is n������w  well"  over the 100 mark!'"'' 8  The Grand hud another xsapacity  house on Wednesday night 'IktBb , foe  tho show Inn of the popidar lumbering  plctHj-e fllt^,'',,iiboo?9|qt." .'The .','*) p'xct p5<"-*  ture will he* Wt'dneBcliky-,''''JMfareb 20th,  .when tlie wellkijo.wn v urwood lllm,  ������������������The Golden' Spfiave,0,'.'will it������.e'/shown..  This Is a north 'woods ocreoh produc-  t.lon thati bus drawn big UuHlnepfl  wherever nhowrj^ .-. .,-���������     , , ���������  gProvincial police McLai-cn has jiiht  had otllcial notice, froin the ,w.v������pcriri-.  tMi.ndMnl'.of police, 'VScfU'rHa* tp^Ott^prU  la't fsnuo BiimiiKWB on all auto, owners  who haye heen tunning th������lr ohra since  tho BrHt of the yeni without1 &, 1022 \\-  cciiHtt. Oai- oivnera who liaWutheir  cats in use* and have not as yut com*  piled with the law, wH\~ ho wlan" to get  their- ]|c4iriHe iminedUiif^ly' and mini  trouble.  Little outfltde of rotijllne Jnaitcrs oc-  Ir^e have the^mbu&*J. Ti^Bferid^ M^afeu3turiBig  ���������--��������� .'-*-i *::'~ -Py :P- Company Pi^iii^^ttjiSjC^'^r.' v .   " . , ���������  only one pair  SZ X'ZSASXi  mvw%&  mgpfySAgb  ^pee^^7.25  rpr  ": s  Double Edge Prunissg Saws  I -'. .   '*" ���������'���������*.   ���������    j-S'.-'*.     ',*���������     ' }������j&" - . 3. "   '- ."'.*. r>   1 "     .   -  ,* *  reg; $?29;z SpeciaU$1.75    ^  ;S..."  r..jr!'--: -���������-  - i. ���������:!-.���������--  .Better-^  ice  Merchants  aii ������������������")������������������������  --a*?-.  -.* -J3:  a~e~  ���������Z***'  P. u-S'.!*;:  fv*^?-v^"*S^r*^^*v  r     ^JRespite^c^  and Visx|ble'*i8igiiBf ^^ *prikig^s due!  arid theHttot^^ e^ftil ^d������aewi|fe iastiri5ctively ������,  tiim to;l&������:-sp^^ ..*  It's nibt.^\i^jt-"tiad:'^r1������1.^rl^: jaLainigr..^|>...t^^..^it9MWtiq9^Tr  >nd wh^n :-|t ^mes* id t^j^iifqh  of Biipijlies/fcliis -.^oi-e ?eaa ��������� tkfe::*of .-real service Jo .ryoiiY '��������� Some _.  'Of.the.'thti?gsi  ture   Pbliilii ':S^rii6. B^w^s,..:*;i^ap^  Lye, ^fehii^ ^  Cleanser,   Ammonia '^Jrp^betf-' z&xs������Z  ; and iall the other things requisite and ^  ne-pesaaery * for effective effort   ^  We stock the best goods made, and bur, prices will stand  cptn^risonwith^^anyand ^U.coinpetitors.  X;  S. A:  ERS  QEN-EBAlb M3B5ROHANT.  ae  I      I __ ��������� ,e  *������������������'������������������. ������������������pZZ'^'^^^:^^Z'v- '.' "'���������'."  ,   .."    .'    'depends uppto' .the..care;itvgets... ,'  ,"*.;', Let. us ov<enrhaxil it^' ajjid[^puti---ii^i^V^liaj^e;: ���������:for1"'". ,-.*.:  . fche 'spring -"flen^onv.''-.'      ''--���������?..-' .*"  ,    Authorized Ford Servicer .: A full line of Accessories^  ���������{"-.-      ���������   ;   ",    ^refl,:S^^8|&';':>vV.;,,;.^.':  We are equipped to do Pipe Cutting and, Threadiiigi attd  carry fywtsft-assorted stopV'of Pipe "Htting^, et^.  " '"' tssss ' *    " ���������       . - r. ���������  Blip   ������m I 1P*IV'' ' ���������%���������lllf Ii'i��������� '''���������fljU'WwmMm'iVip  L.tDGtATt������ BROS.  PH������M������ Bf  |M\  i4k^  ..���������^���������������������������������������������������������������mufi.iii.Mi������������������.������������������iwi fls 11 iiifiii-iiVi-MirriTWm in liiTi-irn-i


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