BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

Creston Review Sep 24, 1920

Item Metadata


JSON: xcrestonrev-1.0173775.json
JSON-LD: xcrestonrev-1.0173775-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xcrestonrev-1.0173775-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xcrestonrev-1.0173775-rdf.json
Turtle: xcrestonrev-1.0173775-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xcrestonrev-1.0173775-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xcrestonrev-1.0173775-source.json
Full Text

Full Text

Array / .'  p    i pz j  x.J f *   '    '     /    *   .  fZpZPx.s .-     '-  p-'Lisp-j:,: ^-������������������   tL. .jJPtyax^rJ?-".??',   --   ,^^^  Vol. XII.  CRESTON, B. a, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24   1920  Organize for Referendum  The wing of the temperance party  favoring the retention of the present  Prohibition Act had an organization  meeting on Tuesday night, to get  things in shape for the campaign preceding the referendum vote on Oct.  20th. Tbe chief speaker was Rey. R.  W. Lee, following whose address the  following were selected to constitute  the campaign management committee: Dr. Henderson, W. V. Jackson,  Rev. G. Knox and the Presbyterian  minister who may be located here for  that period. It is expected two or  three meetings will be held next  month when the issues of the referendum will be presented.  No. 30  Kitchener  The first motor truck to come into  the Kitchener section was unloaded  here last week by Paulson-Mason,  Ltd., who will use on their longer  hauls of posts and poles.  pau!son-Mason,  r.tr  .ltd., have been  busy the past couple of weeks putting  ud shacks for the accommodation of  their men. In the future the oldstyle  camp will not be much utilized; the  men will now be housed four to the  shack instead. Harry Rymell has  been in charge of construction.  The intake at last week's box social  will help out nicely in making a pay"  ment on the twenty lots which comprise the school site, as well as liquidating some back debts on the painting of the school.  The re-planking of Goat Hive*  bridge is held up at present due to the  fact that it has been decided to rebuild  Eyerything is running smoothly at  the school, which at present has -in  enrollment of about fifteen scholars.  Harry Rymell and Billy Johnson  were business yisitors at Creston on  Friday morning last.  the piers which are rather badly in  need of repair. Men to handle the  repair work to the piling are expected  in any day now.  Frank Staples' port-able mill has  been shutdown now for about a week,  due to trouble with the engine, and it  is likely it will remain idie until  November, when Mr. Staples will be  back to take charge himself.  So far no one seems to have had any  extra good lick iu the hunting line.  "very few grouse have been brought in  to town, and the only deer taken was  by Roy Bm-ch, who got one on the  first day the season was open.  Provincial police Vaehon of Creston  and a friend were here a couple of  days in the middle of the week on a  fishing and hunting trip.  Haying operations are pretty well  oyer here now. Mr. Schonnert has  put np about 200 tons at the Paulson  meadows, and is on the lookout for a  few head of milch cows. At Goatfell  G. A. Hunt has manufactured about  fifty tons, nnd wilLnot be cutting at  Creston flats this season.  Best Fsgl Fair Yet  wW Assured  A������9   A  Given regulation Valley weather  the day preceding as well as fair  day and thef %.11-round success of  Creston's 1920 fall exhibition,  Saturday, Oct 2nd, is practically  assured.  Almost everyone you talk to is  planning   to Jmake  a   number   of  entries,   wluie    those     who    have  always exhibited are arranging to  exhibit   heavier    than    ever   this  year���������and   this  applies  to almost  I every class in, the rather extensive  I ��������� x-      .  graved and the winners name will  also be shown. The flower show  should easily be the best yet staged  here.  Work is now under way on the  erection of a temporary poultry  shed and the exhibit of birds from  all appearances will be large, and  will include entries from a couple  of fanciers at Lister.  Bub when it comes down to real  enthusiasm the palm must be yielded the youngsters of the Valley  who just at present promise a dis  Congregational Meeting  Rev. Mr. Burkhoider- having  declined to accept the pastorate of Creston Presbyterian  Church, a meeting of the  members and adherents will  be held in the church on Monday evening, Sept. 27th, at  8.30 o'clock, for the purpose of  moderating in a call for a  minister.  ���������mSlf-fag-  Sid MeCabe and crew are here at  present, busy at the slip fishing out  the material that got pushed out into  the lake when the new slip was  launched. He figures it will take  about a week -to complete the job.  Mrs. McCabe and their young s-on and  daughter-are with Mr. McCabe.  - Mrs. Touhey and two sons, who  were at Cranbrook for a few days, returned home the latter part of the  ,^%^ZZy-L^Z^Z0ZZ^p^ ~  I ~.x-i~Z  S!.x  ��������� pri/io sstsv. ,  The addition of a three box competition    in    the    apple     section,  coupled with -the half dozen silver  cups and  a number  of attractive  special cash prises is sure  to see  the fruit section  excel even  1918,  while the care the prize list committee has   taken   in   placing  an  equally  attractive   lot   of   special  prizes simply cannot fail to greatly  increase   the  show  of _yegetables.  Competition   for   the   John  Keen  money   on   tomatoes, the  McLeod  store special onpotatoes, the Board  of  Trade cup r-for  best collection,  Butterfield & Icon's special on cab  bage are just a few of the sections  iii the vegetable class that are already being prepared for.  Never before, have the ladies  been so busy x>n needlework, and  the two days before the fair will be  busy ones at home cookery, while  in the preserving and canned goods  a record showing may be counted  on. The Birks silver medal for the  first prize in jam is proving irresistible.     The  medal  is suitably  en-  NELSON,      B.C.  Toes., Wed., Thin.  SEPTEMBER 28, 29, 38  Dominion Government  Exhibits.  Farmers' and Women's  Institutes' Exhibits.  | Returned Soldiers' Exhibits I  G.W.V.A. Band  Kostenay Kilties ~m.  HORSE RAGES DAILY  inter-City SCHOOL SPORTS  Madri Gras. Free Platform  Attractions  Gorgeous Nigh!  5 now  "to-day Registered International Trap Shoot  U     -.eniMiil fii'ke't jii'.'ht   for-'p-'cjal  B railway rates.  **8ctbr���������"a'nd. Jock McDiarmid  are home from-their'two weeks'fishing and hunting trip, and if any reliance can be placed in the stories  they tell certui'nly very few fish worth  the catching are now left in Kootenay  Lake.  W- Ramsay of Nelson, the engineer  of the public "works department, was  here on Saturday inspecting operations, on the Sirdar-Kuskanook road.  The crew is certainly making headway on the rock work which is being  hustled along so as to expedite operations should snow come earlier than  usual tbis season.  Principal Brewis has rather a small  attendance at the school at present,  the larger pupil9 being detained to  help out with the fruit harvest. Fruit  shipments are heayier than ever before at Sirdar this season.  Exhibitors at tbe Creston fair this  year will have to meet some Sirdar  competition in several of the classes.  The North, Pascir/zo and Mannerine  ranches are all figuring on making a  good list of entries.  Mrs. E. Ryckman. at one time a resident of Sirdar, now a resident at  San Francisco, Calif,, is a visitor with  her sister, Mrs, Jack Cameron.  There was no meeting of tin*- ������:ity  council this week. Mayor Daly is  busily engaged this week- consulting  ancient and modern authorities on the  liquor question, trying to decide on  the proper way to vote on the forthcoming referendum. In view of the  long and useful life Mr. Daly sees  ahead of the Oliver administration the  mayof l-Min-i ���������������������������������������������.ther iitnm^ly lovvutil  government control.  Mrs. .Loasby, who has been a Cranbrook visitor the past week, returned  on Sunday.  Mrs. (Joiidiiiiii) and daughter. Myrtle  left here on Sunday for a mnn(h'n  visit- friends at Tiiffmm   'U'*e*������>.  Dominie Lombard", u nm of I'ete  L'unbai-dn, is here as fireman on Ungual.  Ko    fur   -liir-l."*.   lj;������v<  RANCH & CATTLE FOR SALE  35-acre ranch im Corn Creek. Also  .3&ihe^:M mlt^^4ittlev Enquire G.  Mi:'3^litteK:'������*������*?!Kg?i*fe>iv''<)jffi-i������^*'**  Murdoch Estate  Tlie following lands of this Estate  are fur sale:  Cedar Hill Cattle Ranch  West Greston  72 Acres   .    .   $2600.00  Town Sites, Dow's Addition  in 1-acre lots  15 Acres . $520 to $880 per acre  Block G���������-close to town  5 Acres   .   $2080  For particulars address���������  Robert Stark  GRESTON,    B.C.  play in the School Children's Com  petition that it will be hard to find  room to stage. The directors have  been particularly fortunate in  securing Mrs. Garland Foster of  Nelson to both set up and judge  this section. Mrs. Foster is a  teacher of standing in the Koote  nay and exceptionally well qualified to look after all the details of  this competition.  $100 has been set aside for a line  of sports, including che usual horse  races which will likely be run on  Canyon street at the close of the  afternoon. There will be a senior  baseball match as a closing feature,  preceded by races and other athletic events.  Visitors to town that day can  rely on having no trouble in securing meals and refreshments of all  kinds. At least two of the ohurch  ladies' societies will be operating  booths. For the evening enter-  tain ment there wiii be a nrst-ciaes  picture show, featuring Lieut.  Locklear in "The Great Air Rqo-  bery," along with a Charlie Chap-  Hn comedy. To take care of the������  early goers-home Manager Rodgers I  will. aiso have an afternoon performance starting at 4 o'clock. In  Mercantile Hall there will be a  dance commencing at 8 p.m., for  which Creston orchestra will furnish music.    .  Secretary T^almsley J%irtt^ Jjet^  ting the books in shape and would?  remind that entries close alb 10  p.m., Thursday, Sept, 30th, bat will  appreciate it very muoh if the  entries are made as early in the  week as possible.  Mrs. E. Williams left on Saturday  for Nelson, on a vi-slt to Mrs. Sparkes,  a former teacher at Wynndel school.  The Co-Operatiye is shipping apples  steadily just now. Growers complain  that the cloudy and wet weather pre-  yents the fruit ripening and coloring  in good shape.  T. Anderson has disposed of bis  ranch near the W, J. Cooper place to  Mr. Foxall of Baynes Lake, who has  started work on a shack into which he  will move his family as soon as it 16  available.  The bright weather at the end of the  week saw the return of the haymakers  to the flats. But the web spell which  set in on Monday has hustled them all  home once more.  Deepest sympathy is extended the  family and relatives of the late August  Jobs-son; who died suddenly from  heart failure on Thursday last. Tbe  funeral was to Creston cemetery on  Friday, and was largely attended.  ~\-f~m.-f-~rf tfmif ~ntm~%itts    ������������������.   mm   .&,*-     m sa������H  The family of the late August Johnson of. Wynndel take this opportunity  to express their appreciation of the  many kindnesses shown them in their  .recent bereavement.  Lestee*  far   duelc'i  'VI  s.. ,i:   a ..tt.iit.iir-1    <ei t-  been rather  leiee}.;inj^ ll  feiv of them, but tbe prices at whieh  they  it-tail   them   w   prohibitive   for  UlO.'-t  .it 1/fU-.  W  flW\\sm9Ww*wx,        ?���������������  Reduced Prices  Common Boards  Dimension  Shiplap  Flooring  Drop Siding  Bevel Siding  Write or phone for  quotations.  Wynndel Box Factory  U/VUMitlC*  G. Paton, who has had the position  of assistant superintendent for the  past ten months, has resigned the post  and left on Friday last on a yisit at  Nelson, after Which he will go to Vancouver. Mr. Paton was a hard worker  in every line that meant.improvement  of conditions generally at Lister and  immensely popular with everyone.  That his departure is regretted by all  goes without saying, and best wishes  for success are universal.  Registrar of voters Hewat of Kaslo  was here on Wednesday night last  when all who had failed to have their  name placed on tho voters list had a  last opportunity to secure a vote.  Two new names were added.  Mr. McBraidy, who has been assistant to Mr. Paton, succeeds to the  work of assistant unperintentent.  Mr. McKinley is the new Land Settlement Board bookkeeper.  The rainy weather that pievaila at  present is ideal for binning and at  present the stumps from a 130-ncre  area ure blazing merrily.  G. Lungston is another departure  from camp. He has rjone to Vancouver to tako the course in agriculture  at the 13.C. University.  Tho dance this .Saturday night at  the schoolhouse will be preceded by a  couple of hours at whist. The Ladies'  Auxiliary is in charge and guarantee  the le-unl gooel time.  Miss Clura An-stad of Trail arrived  here on Tuesday to take a position on  tne   teaching  Malf of   Lister   sehool  SMinH  Jennie   Brown   has   just   taken  charge of the Huscroft i.cliool.  Clarence Knibree has jnn(, Htni-ted  work on the new residence of Chas.  DaviM. It will be a six room nt met ure  with bath.  r eekin Theatre  Fall Fair flnl  Night,.,. Ubla  CARL LAEMMIE  offers  ieut* Locklear  the Daredevil of the  Skies, in the  St,   SJ,  Mrs. liave Chalmers returned a few  day;;  ago from  a month'-* vii.ii.   *������������iile  friends in Vanroiiyer.  STAGED IN THE  S^,-*r      4~\   xrxr-r^     ~,  LiLU U JJJ5  LOCKLEAR���������"the Duredovil  of tho Skies"���������only man in  tho world who ever changed  planes in the air.  A light between a pirate airship|  nnd n mail plane 5000 feet*  in the air. A -sount-lron of  aeroplanes. Great aerial  mail robbery. One big ihril  from start to finish.  !2-reei Charlie    I  Chaplin Comedy J  .     .���������   *.   v    a .     mv     ..       Vt.������      xv.*,*.   \    %,.      ii-*' A*L     U   U   in.  Afternoon  Show fori  the Children at 4 p. in.  g iiVliMXli 7.:jo t  lOhildren 2Rn.   4rtKte7fi?.I  B ���������m-rr--.         8  v.jtmm'  ������������M**������^  WHtsM^Jrm'tt^Vl.lffHUWif.ttrisea. ������*** m   ������    n    " * -   --  -SfflHK  ��������� ���������"������������������������������������'������������������''���������eiwWMWf'!^^ **w������������������s ������aw immmtma *e������ - - **������������������"- * (*"*'������ t^wwirtaBsHi'ia^  ������������������&���������'��������� ������������������;.. ,;;'*.,' x-.Z.-.j.'UtL.'A  lllLLffill^  itnin---*ii fil-WflWi^i^M Tttt?     TTtfVTEW.     CRESTOtf,     B.     <T  Cure  TI  *       ���������. ���������-��������� d-m\-m. am    dfx tsM Xtm Xt*.  luugu luuay  y>i-~--i  [icme  ! Easily Done By Breathing In the  _ ILTd. all Tier      TTumec      of  I m.^x.x- ��������� ..���������, _ '���������  I Catarrhozone.  No medicine brings such prompt  relief, exerts such an invigorating influence, or so thoroughly and speedily cures throat troubles as "Catarrhozone." Doctors, hospitals,  sanitariums���������all say that for those  who suffer from changeable weather,  for those who are predisposed to  catarrh, lung trouble, deafness, or  bronchitis, no treatment is so indispensable as "Catarrhozone."  For certain cure, for relief in an  hour, use Catarrhozone, the only  direct, breathable medicine. Two  months' treatment guaranteed, price  $1; smaller size' 50c, sample size 25c,  at  all   dealers  everywhere.  e<P  ^  *  r������i  e  ISP  ��������� BY ���������  x   r\ d~* *r 0 ������-*-!������   i-������    xa    rrifTtitfTi  AiVLeniD r. wici-iL-ri.^iiv.  %  Printed    by    Special    Arrange  ments   with  Thos.   Allen,  Toronto, Ont.  J>  (Continued.)  "Then I would say that you are  still a liar," answered the woodsman  quietly.  "Oh." with a. shrug, "still rnustic,  I see. I thought perhaps this wilderness stuff, of which we hear so much,  might have softened you, in a way."  "It has not, as far as you are concerned, at least. And my memory is  still good. Once more I ask you, why  are you here?"  "Suppose I answer your question  by asking another. AVhy are you  here, Stanley, and living under another name?"  Thc words were coldly insolent.  Dorkin, with an effort, allowed them  to  pass.  'He scrutinized the face before him  with probing eyes. What he saw-  were strong, even features, dark to  swarthiness, a good mouth, and an  aggressive chin. The eyes were dark  and clear with the shadow of vindic-  tiveness in their depths; but on the  whole, it was a good-looking face.  WitTi a shrug and a short laugh the  visitor seated himself on a block beneath a wild-hop vine. The morning  sunlight streaming through the trees  fell on his face. He removed his  Stetson and let thc warmth wash his  waving, reddish-brown hair. During  the woodsman's scrutiny his eyes had  gazed squarely back  tion   with   question.  Tlie  Irish  se  pain,   his   long  "is it necessary to ask me that question? You know our relationship  one to the other. You know why it  is so. Yovi seek me out; you assume  the air of friendship you do not feel.  Again I ask, why aTe you here?"  "Well, I'll tell you. I'm here on  behalf bf a friend of mine who wishes  to buy some wild animals from you."  "I havc none for sale."  A flicker of a smile crossed thc  other's face. "We expected you to  say that," he said. "You're hard-  headed all right, and know your business, know how to sell; but we're  ready to meet you. ��������� Name your  price."  "I said I had no wild animals for  sale," repeated Dorkin; "I mean what  I say."  Timberley stared. "Why, I understood that was your business," he  frowned, "raising wild things for sale.  Have 1 been misinformed?"  "Not exactly. I do sell them, but  I first of all know where they are going and into whose hands I am placing them."  'Oh," 'Timberley gave a relieved  sigh. "That's a simple matter. J?  don't mind in the least telling you the  name of the company for whom my  friend is buying."  Dorkin shook his head. "It's no  use," he said. "I won't sell any of  my animals at this time of the year."  "But why, in God's name?" cried  thc other.  "It's there breeding season," answered Dorkin. "I won't part with  them, neither will I take the young  from their mothers. Nothing leaves  Hardwoods Retreat before October.  I'm sorry you and your friend didn't  know this before; it might have saved you a useless trip."  Timberley chewed an unlighted  cigar thoughtfully. "Look here," hc  jerked out, finally, "my friend is in a  devil of a mess if you won't let him  have those animals. Fact is he's under contract to deliver to Dcver and  Strads Shaws, New York, inside of  two weeks."  glories of his world. He heard the  other's voice as though strained  through roaring waters. j  Often he had asked himself thc  question���������What should hc do if he  and that man who had caused his disgrace met face to' face? He had  been afraid to answer. Now in reality the question must be answered  once and for all time.  The red mist was deepening. Thc  roar of the cataract was growing  louder. Dimly he saw the man who  had forced him into cxMc, standing  there on the heaving sward before  hime. And his heart shouted, "Kill!  Kill!''  He took a quick step forward towards Timberley; then he stopped  still, his arms shuddering to his sides,  his head sagging.  Somewhere, from the dim aisles of  his worlcl. came wafted the strains of  a violin. Its wailing tenderness  reached for his very soul and gripped  it, held it, subdued it. With a sob  he came back to his world of realities,  fys scented world that had leclaimcd  him.  ��������� Hc raised an arm and brushed thc  cold sweat from his forehad. Then  hc pointed down the pathway.  "Go," he said hoarsely, "for God's  sake, go, and do not come here  again."  (To be  Continued.)  The Australian water lizard, which  is three or four feet in length, walks  upright on its hind legs when traversing long distances on land.  In the years that have followed,  ���������everything bas been done to maintain  the quality. KEEN'S OXFORD  BLUE produced the maximum white,  ness then���������it does the same today.  Wherever dothes are washed it 13 Still  the standard of excellence.  MAGQR. SON & CO.,  limited  Montreal Toronto  Canadian Agentt. 31  -J  "T      ��������� -.  it,  rx  LLLX.  Many Canadian Cattle Exported.  About 2,000 of Canadian cattle arrived at Antwerp a few days ago, according to word received at Ottawa.  The city of Paris, which is expected  to complete a contract for the purchase  of cattle in  Canada, had  two  li   V.V.     i.tt.lfmy V������tiV  r.-.orr. mg  b.:e.l    hi*-:  hand, :������������������.:  plunge  cold   n  d.   bo-::*  cr floundered up the  hair wet from his  in the Inke. Hc rubes- a-.ainst Dorkin's  li**;;   ���������:*���������   to   thc   other  ni*.  t.i  laid his lu ad on his knee  k*..*d  :-i V:  the*   silken   head ;  tic laugh glanced  take*   in   mc,"   hc  . -ni.-uaUe in mc,"  hint    of bi* tcr-  "Tk   y   nr*     sup-  irri**a*ii**r   intuiiierjii |  i,    thry    si"' ni    to I  :;.���������.:���������'���������   than   most  1.'-     !* I * ��������� ���������.   d'"> vou  .sk**d  li-htly. '  i-iurkin    tc-use.-ly,  gUCaa    nc ii    iictv  contract   if. he's   depending  on   me,"  said Dorkin.  "He'll pay you your own price,"  urged  Timberley  eagerly.  "I'm sorry, but I can't break a rule  of this Preserve; that's final."  "You're  sure?"  "Positively sure."  Timberley eyed the woodsman intently, then turned away with a shrug.  He stood chewing his cigar, think-  iniT decDl*1"*. When he turned once  more towards Dorkin, his color had  deepened and there was a sneer on  his face as he asked:���������  "You haven't any particular use for  me, have you?"  "I'm afraid not," returned Dorkin,  quietly; "but that's your own fault, as  you well know."  Timberley gazed upon thc huge  form of the man before him, marked  the strength underlying the long,  smooth muscles in the folded arms,  the power behind those searching  eyes, and something like admiration  kindled in his face.^,  /There's an old saying," he said  softly, speaking as though to himself,  "an old adage which we used to write  in our copy-books, at school. I  think 3*-ou'll remember it. It is:  'Man proposes and God disposes.'  I'm going to tell you something. It  was 1 who got you pushed out of colli go. 1 admit it. 1 tried my damnedest to put you clown and out for  good. Once upon a time 1 liked you.  Funny, ch?���������but 1 did like you. I  can't help my Indian nature. I'd  rather die any time than leave an injury unpaid. You did nie an, injury.  You whipped me before the class,  humiliate-'d mc before��������� Well, never  mind that, it wasn't for that I spoiled  your life's chances. You did mc a  great injury. You stole from mc the  affections of thc girl 1 loved. I  sought revenge. I succeeded, or!  thought I did. You were some thing  1 sought le. wipe*, away,���������wipe away.";  He looke-el down at his slron*.'  hands, a smile playing on his face.  Then once again hc looked at Dor-1  kin. "  "Man   preiposi's,"  hc  laugln.d   sinis-  ���������erly.       lie- spread out his hands in a ���������  inii'-kin*.-;  gens tun*.      "And    then     God *  nnd  and   rebuilds,  remap* ��������� *������,  representatives  on  hand  *���������  ~X *mX*lX    *X~t*   **-%     A  W       \~sxx~*. xx *.***.%-.  the quality of the animals sent to  Belgium, their condition on arrival  and the requirements for receiving  such cargo. It' is also tmderstood  by the Dominion Trade and Commerce Department that within the  past few days retail prices of meat  have  fallen  considerably in  Belgium.  Cord or  Fabric.  Good company on a journey  makes the ~oay seem shorter*  Dependable Partridge Tire-9  should be your companions on  all your motor trips. They shorten the journey by allowing you  to travel in comfort���������free from  the annoyances, delays and  expenses, caused by tire  troubles*,  Accept "California" Syrup of Figs  only���������look for the name California on  the package, then you are sure your  child is having the best and most  harmless physic for thc little stomach,  liver and bowe's. Children love its  fruity taste. Full directions on each  bottle.     You must say "California."  Came   as   Their   Name  ~ m~ttu }\-n~m.\mt-\a\m-  USB   |  . |^...w.l.WtfWnw  a  i *'-. vmm...       iy-. t >.i   ry vr- ������|    rrmmx  w Uterus  nwirn Trnnmni  iiuiioj mmm  0nCho3t,Faco,Arms.CL:med  Badly. Cuticura Heals.  " l',v*-.r nine/"' J  can  rr-rncmbe-rr, rny  ch-rr.J, fnrr, ui.d armn wrre filled with  e*.:y. ri*  dr'  ���������)���������!*.-.������  They w-r-**  ������;car-  1 a !���������:  anel--*-"     Me- e*e*ase d spcr'king and he-nt  al'cive the dog, who had watched him  pil.-ntly.  "\'ill went e-iut," he* saiel softly,  spi'.*ekiii'.r fieiiii this p'**-.iiii>ii. ''You  wen I otr like* n r.'irlh ilia'. Ins burned to a blue spark in a draft, That  draft was morphiir*. (>f'd. how il  ���������*.</. rA.. -)..-;.v rifiit* 1 hail eli S" *va rc<\  ynti and s.*nt you from lln* evillcr;-* in  eht-T'idarion !       Hut  I  h: d lo do it, the'  se mii  . i-  i el. ;,irc*    i-lainied    i ie*. 11.    may  '-l rang'-, unb'-lie vahh-, thai ' eh*| i'n-  : tiiiu:' without in th*** h :isi lr.lingy.ti;  I r*.i ill- ���������**, I hediewr I --iill liked you. It  1 ��������� ;. ������������������ ;'\ <\- ht I line! '..> pay and I paid  ���������*!���������'' ,*i -h in th.' end I le.st her," lu*  i.!d. .1 ii.,1) ...di: . "[.<���������si hen- h cause  '." h!*..' this .!<>>'     '*h.' e*eiu!d ih.I  tru-d  ot tlm-r.ii, anel I -icratched tl.tm, c*;.uh-  \-.rv    tV.rm    to    (i-r.'r-T    nrA     i'-t     ll'itr..  ���������fjoir.rtii..*-'* -i i-.Y.-.'j v/ou'd I'y rv/ay and  {-. :-.:;::..'.: .  ������������������.PP. h---.:;*.'. I:. Ay.  >��������� -v.. .    r ,- .-,1 c..i.   ,, ������������������������*. ,n ,,..,,*  Cir.tai-.*  \\:.r<- p.:  wn-l ) '.'**:.  CI..',... .  d  ������������������*..     I 'r.xi'.'i u.:,.i. tL.t-LO Vfi'j or  ,r.\ v/*.*"v. r. t-lt  [jr-i'.rr  and  I  ei \vi-h  r-r.*: \j>jK <j\  C':ii'.i.ru  Mn ii   -'  e| H.i 1 id  a *.      .nl !  d,   hi     i'  ,   ...,;i>*ei  l-t-ll t  a-',   In i  nn  h  hi'eself Jo  ��������� In.illehis  il e|e*vil a you  ui' ,e 'halle'pc; .  vi .n i oi li ei lil.*  *.    c i i al    :i    pay  lei  li'  r  in  More Tofoacco  for tho Motiov  '������������������ ~"' ��������� ' ~ ��������� ���������" j  V.\P\f.r\\ X1:iri\'.'.\,ti.V-\.,ri\j.r )i I., 1 A'J.  J-.r.  C'..'.i   i.f Ji   o',J*������  .....  -r i-\i..r.:,l  (iiY rll  .ri'.'.-r. pnr;>oi*i.     i>jji;>  to  ckanse, Ointrn-tnt to lira!.  rtr.!,.,   7X.r.   Ci'mlmrnS   ?'���������   ������n������l   f'Jtlr,     *v,!������l  |flirnntrl"*',i*ft.'-l -'������������������inriee-.n   l'.inti.n\iitii\>r^,l:  I ylatkna, I tm.lr,.l,  ,1. r"e .il ..t.,'iy....<\,. ,.\.  Immnnr   e,...eKMeu ...������*..t������ ������������.������.������������.������ -4.������....>.. *������...M.  h line -hi 'I .  .. J.l'l. ���������  '. ' Il.l 'I  ���������  .'     I:.   '  '  * 'I     -h.  I  aV Wr^VZZZfi^Z'Zi'rv 'tsrf.'P laa.:P  tW^m. j  f~Yi>���������-im��������� ~���������~rr^mml~ i-^-^A-.    11  '   '"- "<       C���������������������������''fl  I  I  !������������*ai������ijaBaii������������  et^^it^liWi^e������i*5^������*i(*es#^  lUiyaUiU  1^10*1^^^'*^^  4teiMl.a*������lMMMIIieiiil<iAWuaM^^ >>WalC  -~-m-~~~~-~~~z~-sssss--~a-m^^ THE     BEVIEW,     ORESTON,     B.     a  KAfl    TAttrttS   e-dVAtc.  m~.tr tr-    dxjxdl.^    vf~0JIXI0  i  "My Overalls aud Shirts are the  * best made, because���������they are roomy  aad comfortable. I designed them  with the idea that you might -want  to. stretch your arms and legs occasionally."  A ^winner in the Bob Long line of  shirts is the Hickory Dick Jr. Ask  ���������your dealer for tbis big shirt; it  wears like a true friend.  Ask your dealer for Big 59��������� fa~  big Blue Overall ��������� tbe cloth that  stands the test.  Insist en "Bob Long" Brands  BOB LONG  UNION  MADE  Overalls and Shirts  R, G, LONG & CO., Limited  Winnipeg TORONTO Montreal  Bob Long Brands  Known from Coast to Coast    1ST  Miss Vanity is Very Old  Saskatchewan Wool Output.  In the Province of Saskatchewan  in the last four years the amount of  wool consigned to the co-operative  branch of the Provincial Department  of Agriculture increased from 179  consignments weighing 69,704 pounds,  for which thc average price realized  was 17^4 cents to 916 consignments,  weighing 394,068 lbs., at an average  price of 61  1-2 cents per lb.  The Beauty of a Clear Skin.���������-The  condition of the liver regulates the  condition of the blood. A disordered liver causes impurities in. the blood  and these show themselves in blemishes on the skin. Parmeiee's Vegetable Pills in acting upon the liver act  upon the blood and a,clear, healthy  skin will follow intelligent use of this  standard medicine. Ladies, who will  fully appreciate this prime quality of  these pills, can ijse them with the  certainty that thc effect will be most  gratifying.  Growing Northward.  The Canadian Customs Department  is going to cstablish-a station at Port  Burwcll, Hudson's Bay. A steamer  recently left Halifax, N.S., with police  and Customs Officers. Thcy intend  to remain at Port Burwcll for two  ycars   after   their  arrival.  Never Come  j*\0ES  this  illustration  picture your experience?  What ia moro distressing  than being unable to sleep?  Sleeplessness is ono of tho  first and most certain symptoms of exhausted nerves.  mi,i������   ������.  .,..-_.   lu.uuiit,   mo.*  yuu  llyiyiy,  tho nfifilatanco of Dr. Chnno'a N*arv������  Food to ronton-* vlffor to tho n������erv������  Colin nnd thoroby avoid the dovolop-  mnnt of Horloun nervous trouble**.  . lly Improving th*������  finality  of  th*  lilond nnd bnlldl-n-r im ts*~ ���������������"���������������������������"���������  ���������yatom this food cur������ bring;* nrwr  ���������anorffy -ftnet ntrencth to tha vihol*  body.  UO e *������nt������ * bftjr, 6 for *2.T8, aU &*~*~t~- or  taiilmui-Mon,   Sixttait St  Co.,  Ltd..  Toronto.  giiiM|feewwiiieiieiii|������iMe<iii'ii>iwi*yii>**ieiiiiiiii*iiii'ieiiiiiiiin ������i~intirinir*-iiir ,. ������������������rni  ^^^ L-tt^^^~tt^^^'1 ^h^^ Sx" *^^^^^^|^^_^^������^^^^������^^|^ jMixx.^^&t^'���������^'*mt^*imAa^!mmim  9-Wm srasraaHLftJi!  ������������������ffi'-yyqg'T'*^  m fl &mSS!mSSi BaJaSBiS|BKiee^fe^, *< jSD 3  )L*i k ��������� Lr-v^-.x.'mx-.0���������^-4 SLkr"^0~-vrd~* X*~iiH~t'--���������...��������� Bti���������~--lr4  SmixxiidmSdi-m ~~mt IM tt I ***** * M ^V**** *''tux*;n>~*  Ancient Egyptians Extravagant in the  Matter of Toilet  Requisites.  The Egyptian belle of 5000 B.C.  was no less extravagant in the matter  of toilet requisites than is the beauty  of today. She required among other  things, a long stone*palette with a  hollow in the centre, in which to mix  her green eye-paint. This palette  also held a very delicate sea-shell,  wherein she mixed the paint with the  necessary grease * for stiffening her  eyelashes; ivory hair-pins which rivalled in length the hat-pin of the present day, and quaint ivory combs. All  these articles were shown at an exhibition in London of the trophies dug  up by the members of thc Egypt exploration fund. There was also a  small red clav of a face, with green  paint bringing the eyes into extraordinary prominence.  The housewife of seven thousand  years ago had household goods similar'to those of the housewife of today. She had copper pans and  strainers, stone blades, wooden bowls  and copper mirrors, and to decorate  her home she acquired alabaster vases  and painted pottery vases.  TKE TREASURE  OF GOOD  BEftiTH  >me breadnririaking reduces tHe High.  cost of living hy lessening the amount'  of- expensive meats required to supply  the necessary nourishment to the body*  The   increased   n\itritious   val\se   of  bread made in the home with  ie<  should hx. sufficient incentive to the thoughtful  housewife to give this important food item the  attention to which it is fustly entitled* Bread  made with Royal Yeast will keep fresh and moist  lA-nf4A������l    *ftS������������������ mm       ���������"���������������-��������� -  rnVxA  . ~m   J���������        . S-XV- ______ ���������JL%-  ������vaiix&Vd*.   ���������������&������������*-*.&���������  aAAe****.*  ~.~.]~ic~,%j%^   Willi   -%ity  ���������?"50*������Se  Made in Canada  Apple Crop in Quebec  It is estimated that the apple crop  this year in the Province of Quebec  will total 100,000 barrels, or more  than 25 per cent, increase over last  year's production. The quality of  the crop has never been better.  Easily Maintained Through the Use  of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.  There is not a nook or corner in  Canada, in the cities, the towns, the  villages ,on the farms and in the  mines and lumber camps, where Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills have not been  used, and from one end of the country to the other they have brought  back to bread-winners, their wives  and families the splendid treasure of  new health.and strength.  You have! only to ask your neighbors, and they can tell you of some  rheumatic or nerve-shattered man,  some suffering woman, ailing youth  or anaemic girl who owes present  health and strength to Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills. For more than a quarter  of a century these pills have been  known not only in Canada, but  throughout all the world, as a reliable  tonic, blood-making medicine.  The wonderful success of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills is due to the fact  that they go right to thc root of the  diseases in the blood, and by making  the vital fluid rich and red strengthen  every organ and every nerve, thus  driving out disease and pain, and  making weak, despondent people  bright, active and strong. Mr. W. T.  Johnson, one of the best known and  most highly esteemed men in Lunenburg _ county, N.S.. says:���������'I am a  Provincial Land Surveyor, and am exposed for the greater part of the year  to very hard work travelling through  the forests by day and camping out  by night, and I find th������������ onlv thiner  that will keep me up to the mark is  Dr. Williams Pink Pills. When I  leave home for a trip in thc woods I  am as interested in having my supply  of pills as provisions, and on such  occasions, I take them regularly. Thc  result is I am always fit. I never  take cold, and can digest all kinds of  food such as we havc to put up with  hastily cooked in the woods. Having proved the value of Dr. Williams  Pink Pills, as a tonic and health  builder, I am never without them, andj  I lose no opportunity in recomtnend-  sngs them to weak people whom I  meet." /  Dr,_ Williams' Pink Pills should bc  kept in every home, and their occasional use will keep the blood pure  and ward off illness. You can get  these pills through any medicine dealer, or by mail at 50 cents a box or six  boxes for $2.50 from The Dr. Williams  Medicine  Co,  Brockville,  Ont.  oome wise oia saws nave lost their  teeth.  Demand for New Saving Certificate.  Seven months' sales of new form of  savings certificates total two and a  half million dollars. The certificates,  which replace the war certificates, are  issued in denominations of $5 and up,  yield the investor 5 1-2 per cent, interest and are obtainable direct from  banks and money order post offices.  Miller's Worm Powders are par excellence the medicine,, for children  who are found suffering from the ravages' of worms. They immediately  alter the stomachic conditions under  which the worms subsist and drive  them from the system, and, at the  same time, they are tonical in their  effect upon the digestive organs, restoring them to healthful operation  and ensuring immunity from further  disorders from such a cause.  Fortunes in Fish.  It is estimated that the salmon  pack in British Columbia will be  worth $12,000,000 this year. The  runs have been particularly good in  the Fraser River and in the rivers of  the Northern part-**?! the Province.  This is to certify that I have tJsed  MINARD'S LINIMENT in my family for years and consider it the best  liniment on the market. I have found  it excellent for horse flesh.  (Signed)  W. S. PINEO.  "Woodlands," Middleton, N. S.  It makes some men feel painfully-  honest when their neighbors acquire  fortunes by dishonest methods.  MONEY ORDERS  Send  a  Dominion   Express   Money    Order.  Five dollars costs three cents.  Do mot ~~B..  anotber day ���������mia  I toll lag, Bleeding, or itotrud-  lag Piles. Ho  surgical operation tcQUilcd.  Dr. Chase'** Ointment will relieve you at once  and afford lasting benefit. 60c. a box; all  lealers, or Edmanson, Bates & Co., Limited,  Toronto. Sample Box free U you mention tbis  paper and enclose 2c. stamp to pay postage.  Saskatchewan's Building.  The value of new construction actually started in the province during.  August was $1,443,938, as compared  with $1,816,446 during July. New-  brick construction totals $178,638, and  frame $128,000.  Ig NeckeilANGos  Ramoved ~  Without Knife  ������������������pain or any ill-effect.  You can prove i t at our  riak. GOITRENE r������*  mores permanently-,  even worst long-standing cases, leaving not  tbe slightest swelling.  rJk   Thtm ooitr* vac  py^iZtr. Casta Nothing Bi Si Falls  eure  htrt  wont. Stcpscffsrin-"-*! Stopbs.   that unsightly totnor. Stop it before it teidaniarehMrb  throat, lungs! Stop taking dangerous drugs! Goitrena  ;3 safe, sure, solontifie and fuarantaad. Write today  for Freo book and moat convincing testtmoniala yon'?*  ever read.   Hunelre-dso' ���������.red patients.   Ad-dreaa  G-SSTSttfiE -������*-**?-*.   574-A SSra SU, Chicago, iii.  Big Jump in Revenue.  The total revenue of Canada in August of this year was double that cf  August, 1919. It is expected the total revenue for thc fiscal year will be  $150,000,000, compared with $58,900,-  000 in thc previous twelve months.  ' Millions For Implements.  With thc heaviest demand in years,  farm implement dealers anticipate a  shortage soon. During- the year $6,-  000,000 worth of implements have  heen  sold  in  thc province.  Minard's Liniment For Burns, Etc.  Importance of Flax.  In 1914 thirteen mills for rettinpf  and scnuching flax were in operation  in Canada: nt pro-sent th-"re ->re ri-xty-  four all in Ontario and Quebec. The  most important development ban talc-  en place in Western Ontario. In  1919 there were 2,400 tons produced  worth $5,000,000, or with the seed $6.-  OAOflnO TM<*    iln**   wnt   \.vi0.,,,1*    lUm  flax seed rrrown In the Canadian  West, where tip to thc present time  flax straw has not been utilized. It  has now been demonstrated that in  Canada a fibre of most desirable quality tun be firuwii.  Wr~ vd.r  GrunalBfed Eyelids.  Eyci inflamed by exposure to San, Oast and Wind  guickly relieved by Marina  ycftckaciiy. Wo Smarting:,  just Eye Comfort. At  Your Drug-fist* or by mail 60c per Bottle.  For Book ���������! the Eye free write b-is  ���������Mub-iiQO Eyo Bemttdy Co.������ ChlcaiQO.  OH! EACH DAY  A LITHE MORE  Hurry! Let "Danderine" savo  your hair and double  its beauty  Minnrd'-'i    Liniment    for   ���������.-.nte   every-  WUCI tc.  Not A Biennis!  mars the perfect  appearance of her com*  plexion. Permanent  and temporary skin  troubles are effectively  concealed. Reduces un-  r natural color and corrects  greasy skins. Highly antiseptic,  used with beneficial results as  a curative agent for 70 y-ears. I  ,"o]u r.~x\-d s.  fleam  fr'f.'fr::,.ir,r-.-i^t-ii.itt..'J,xSc.:tt-.q  'JFEIU^T.'RCHPIKTNS'^  BUY "DIAMOND DYES"  '   DON'T RISK MATERIAL  Each package of "Diamond Dves" contains directions bo simple that any  woman can dyo any material without  atrotalung, fading or running. Di-uggLat  haa color card���������Toko no other dyo I  ��������� A -of-, reliable repulatino  medicine. Bold in thra* do.  presoB oi? Btren-jt-h���������No. 1, 51 j  No. ~, S3; No. 3, SS per box.  Bold by nil druf-ziita, or aeni  prepaid on receipt of price.  Free**     ptimphlot.       Addront  THE COOK MEDICINE CO4  T0B0MTO, ONT. (Firairli WU-iur.)  SINCE 11870  30������?SFiCOUGHS  *���������������������  MENS 1 HATS  4WJLL OUTWEAR  TWO HATS  OF ANY  ^SPOTHER MAKE"  Mei* I- Half  At.1- STYLES "ALL COLORS  SEE YOUR LOCAL DEALER  nuuirux a *j 1..4 i.uijvu ur'Aui  l^af CTf Ri P7 (J%  f? czlz a IHatia������-~i^~9  without ruins huood tikam*ii is iMi'ossiniji  it-coon  HKDIOINV.  11UA.TN AMI*  Mkiitvx roun  Trial llottlo olt.ieer Remedy Da., inaeling Clirmlat* or  Tnta^UmneMllcaO(>,,Ooapninak, N.W..".. reiiidunjfng.  UAVr"a. OKNTUW'y" IIKi'UTATibN.  in*, r tr tr.* wtnttrtstx pm i ���������***--, pah -r������������"  Urt.l-C UILKIIIU OLIVC(l-KlONCV3  lneealeialila for ell������ce*.������***n of tlidaee Important orerana.  ���������Nr***"3l. I'slns la thi V.z.-,\i, Ozv.x., .V.;i-:i\-;..-..*.,i !*.;.������  a.., lAkUina e;i.oi..i������u or Iir. i.i*. en.i-.itu iii.'t < e>���������  UATilUSXOOK UO~ N.W.8. LONDON. HMU.ANi*.  AaMtiea ��������� PIone������r  Do������ Rcoaeellea  BOOH   ON  DOQ   DISEASES  and  Hon  to  Feed  Mailed    Pr������������    to    any  Address  by  tbe  Author  H.   CLAY   OT.OVBR  CO.,   INC.  Ilfl    Weil    Slat-street.  New  York.  U.S.A.  LIQUIDS  one/  PASTES  M      Idr-r-r. ������'A������|r> C'TlTr ������e������������������~.     00  SHOEPOUSHES  WJVCK.XVHrrfSN. 0ARK BROWN  OB OX-0LO0D SHOES  I^JPRESERVEibeLEATHEtt  ^tUfca.    TWf frf.fce'f*   et~.mf.%.^lt-m. im.        mM  Just Imagine  tsfc-ja^j^ 0Lmj-.. A��������� ft\m 'kkiimmttllimtmllmSl JU  3aB!aaeffii3i08ilSBt&ili^^  w  11.     US.  To Ktop fallinff hair .it once and rid  the scalp of every particle of dandruff, pet a small bottle of "Dander-  inr*" at nny drnrj or toilet counter'for  r%      (*Vtt     ,-l.Vtla        VXfX.tr-    r,     1 ', * * 1 .*     . .x      -rr.....    H. r. r. X  ���������-      -----        ��������� ,      ,..r...       .x       ...      _(-''������������!        ........  and rub it into the scalp. After several applications tlie Isair ti .u.ellv  ���������Jtop;; coining out and you can't liud  any danelndt. Help your hair e-ieiw  ioiif, tliiflr -;enet f.trmit- r������*n(! l^rrotnr  soft, glossy and abundant.  11  li  I!  'lhc eleliciou:* jircscivca you woulel make li you could walk out into an orcbard ol  tlie   ilioie-e.it,   U'iin������   notliinir   with   it   but   pure   cane   ausrar,   and   U,   in  addition,   you  bad  Ilu:   iuu ,t  :.������i.*i\tilu*.  i.iAiUi.ioiy   to  turn  it out���������Dou't   you   tbi;ik  your  Jjw.  v.ouU1  bo  ju.t   about   i>cr(cct?     Tbl*   is   just  bov*'  E.   D.   SMITH  &  SONS, Limited  MAX:*:  TIIKItt  JAM3   AUD   Jiil/blbii*  'i'la-y   -wert;   the   brtt   to   tnnkea   Pure   Jims   In   C.-inie!������,   end   ar������   ���������.���������111   \rji\\r-.������  in   popularity.      lry   a   tin   ol   tbelr   iicw   aei*.ona   strawberry.      It   i*   delicious.  ,-i*.i.   i .m.i    i.t.ixy.    ....     -~    .r.    ......i.. -   J0...0    Me.u    l..te    ^.���������^������.\.    x^jaI    iai.ee.  E. D. Smith & Sons. Limited    "-������������������.S^V ^,^*.rr'  XN'.-.I* r.'i    .Kr   '1'ie.r   ������l*ilr.    \V !'��������������������������� ������������������ -i-.    }>r.?-z    i ���������; >    *-' ��������� ; V 1 . : * .- ,    '?. ."~.       V 'A   ZZ    l'-.  We*itern   Distributor*  *:-L-.    >'r'.-':������������������.���������:.   !,-*. >   -r ��������� ;\.'. . ; ���������  i'.Zj J *- "-..:;-'.  l'..y...........   .',  a.  111  Ml  JII  STSKJSm.*^*. ������i tdftoSmum- .'M-M-^lAiiAi-m-lm THE  CRESTOH BEYSEW  Issued every Friday at Creston, B.C.  JBubsci-iDtion : $2.50 a year in advance.  S3.00 to" U.S. points.  C. F. Hayes, Editor and Owner,  CRESTON, B.C., FRIDAY, SEPT. 24  feis&ss Fmisp  September 28th, 29th and 30th are  the dates of the 1920 Nelson fruit fail",  and from all appearances this year's  exhibition promises to be the best and  biggest in the city's history. The fair  this year has been considerably extended in several directions. A notable extension is the inclusion pf a  liye stock section which is attracting  much attention. The poultry department will be bigger than ever and a  new department is the Farmers and  Women's Institutes' exhibits���������a feature in itself that would be well worth  seeing. In the line of special attractions there wiii be no lack both for  the afternoon and eyening visitors,  Two bands have been secured to  furnish music. A fine lot of horse  races are lined up. as well as a carload  of Indian ponies for the Indian sports  and races. High school pupils of  Trail, Rossland, Kaslo and Nelson will  stage a   big list   of   athletic   events,  while Trail and Nelson football teams  will play a match to settle the championship of West Kootenay. In the  evening the management haye contracted a display of fireworks that  will far excel anything previously  seen in the Kootenay. The feature of  closing night will be the Mardt Gras  carnival in which twelve prizes are  being offered for the best costume in  gents, ladies, girls and boys classes.  Visitors to the fair are specially  asked to bring along costumes and  masks participate in this feature.  The C.P.R. is giving reduced rates  from all points to Nelson during fair  week.  After an absence of almost fifteen  months the Wynndel district last  week had another visit from the grim  reaper, the summons this time being  to August Johnson, one of the quite  rti^.t-.tni-a anel favorab!*7* known citizenss  who died suddenly on Thursday of  last week. Deceased had made his  usual call in the morning at the home  of his daughter, Mrs. Carl Wigen, and  had left apparently in the usual health  he had experienced of late, but in the  afternoon his lifeless body was found  almost on his own place���������heart failure  having stricken him down just as he  YOU WILL BE  NEEDING  for the coming cool weather.  The following lines for men  will be appreciated  Stanfield's Red Label, all wool, heavy weight,  splendid wearers, in Shirts, Drawers  and Combination Suits.  Penman's lighter weight Shirts and Drawers  at $2.00 each.  Penman's Combinations $8.85 to $4.50.  Ottawa Valley Mills all wool  Combinations  at $5.90 and $6.75  Our Fall and Winter Goods in other  departments are also arriving.  Creston Mercantile Company  LIMITED  Here are a ff\v lities picked at random from the Dry  Goodb and Footwear Hc-ctions that will appeal to thrifty  buyers��������� particularly if you inspect thc goods. These  arc   but   samples of   the sterling   values on   "wanted"  j/ ].-, Zi.l'i, .,l,:;**.i*i :,11���������*,-,*.\-xi\������-.i;t. \\\r .A.c.r. At those figures pjoods arc sure to move rapidly, hence the wisdom  of shopping early.  Flannelette Hlankets, 72 x 88. pair % \.\lL~.  Striped Flaiin������:l������;t.ti������, III inches wid*-, yard 40  White Fluini'-le-ttf, ')() iuchi-.s wide, per yard 50  Black and White Khf-phcrd's Check, IJ-fJ inches wide, yard-    1.00  All wool Navy Hers-"-, 50 inch"?; with; yard     4.00  Cretonnes, yard title., 75c, Kfte..     1.00  W7>me'M',M :*iit. ( 5'h-Im' fT >vi---i-)Im.  Khaki. i*.iir  M.25  Children's Blue Overalls, 2 to 7 years, pair     2.25  Ladies' Kid and Patent I'urnps, pair      8.50  Children h I'at.eni. riut ton .-iiiim-h, Kiel lopn, hv/a-.h  ii t.e������ V, pair    ,s.U*.l  Buster Brown Hose, all si/en. hlaek  '*Xr:-m-0~mmm ^m  -^ ~~L  ^ - . Z .J   _    ^ 1-~  V    V       mj.m   Vt.'X-.iX 40-04   4X    j -Xx-0-^~J  -VJ-  \~0.X-4 Vxrmm-    J-    -.     .     .._>. j.���������_ \mr'm ���������r-0-L.    V  ( 'ou'ic iii nnd look around.  /%  t....J>  .) mm, 4 Xtsm        Jtix eW "W        ~~m. iml ���������  fJKNKL'At, .UKL'CHANT  CI M'.KTn \'  was about to get through the fence to  his own ranch.    Owing to the remains  having been exposed to the heat for  some time it was necsssa^-y to have  the funeral next day the remains being interred  in Creston cemetery on  Friday, a very large number of Wynndel people  going  up  on   the noon  train to pay their last respects.   Deceased  was in his sisiy-fourth year.  He was a native of Norway, coming  to Canada in 1905 and remaining in  Calgary,  Alta.. until fl912, when   he  moved to  Wynndel, and had resided  there   continuously   ever   since.     A  family of three daughters and one son  survive���������Mrs. Carl  Wigen   of  Wynndel, Mrs. John Huscroft of Porthiil,  Miss Ettie Johnson of  Calgary, and  Walter, who is at present employed  at   Sirdar.      In   addition ' to   many  friends in  attendance at the funeral  deceased's popularity was  strikingly  eyidenced in   the unmeasured   floral  tributes.    Rev. Mr. James, Presbyterian pastor at Creston conducted the  funeral   service, and   the   pallbearers  were Messrs. Paul  and Matt. Hagen,  O. J. and   John   Wigen, W. J. Cooper  and John Johnson, jr.   While of modest and unassuming disposition at all  times, he had  the   happy   faculty of  attending strictly to his own affairs  and to a marked degree enjoyed the  respect   and   friendship   of   all   with  whom   he   came in  contact.    In  the  passing of such a citizen his death is  mourned by those outside the family  circle almost equally  with the members of  his family,~to whom  a very  heartfelt   sympathy   is   extended   in  their heayy bereavement.  BANK MQWE.Y ORDER  A sale aad cheap way of remitting money is by  Bsnk Money Orders.  When sending even small amounts always safeguard yourself by having a Bank Money Order  receipt.  This Bank issues money orders payable in almost  any part of the world.   Ask at our nearest branch.  iKifpriiiAi  204  OF CANADA  GRESTON BRANCH,  C. W. ALLEN,  Manal-er.  fr  15AJN IL IS Y MAIL  Regular saving will soon show a hand-  ������rv*nA  l-t.o1������-*i#������������������   -irs   fht-    A*0r~x*~r\f.csr9R    RCCOtmt.  OV-UA^      X-UXXXJXAxAVm-sr       4.00.      mmm.^.        ~���������.~j.~.-.~~xr���������    ���������   It may be difficult for you to come to the  bank always when you want to deposit.  Send in deposits by mail���������they will be as  carefully handled as though you handed  them over the counter. 77A  THE CANADIAN BANK  -asr&szt Mir Refohery  ������������������The Great Air Robbery," starring  Lieutenant O. L. Loeklear, marks a  new era in filmdom. In this super-  production, Universal shows, man's  conquest of the air and present scenes  taken in the clouds which a few years  ago would haye been scoffed at as impossible.  There are few people who have not  heard of Lieut. Lockleor, most intrepid  of syiators���������the man who accomplished   the hazardous   feat   of changing  from one fast moving plane io another  in mid-air.    In the picture the lieutenant appears as  Larry Cassidv, crack  pilot of the U.S. aerieal mail seryice,  who upon returning from a transcontinental flight, becomgs entangled in a  plot of love and  intrigue.    Exciting  episodes, engrossing situations, hair-  raising    climaxes    and     picturesque  flashes follow each other in profusion.  Larry's   rescue   of   his   pal, a   mile  above the earth; his  battle with the  Death's Head Squadron of air pirates,  his pursuit of the social bandit who  has abducted   the girl he loves and  hundreds of other unusual  incidents  carry the story along from one dizzy  height to another.     All the sky views  taken   at   close   range,  by   cameras  placed on swift-flying airplanes.   Each  daring scene is shown  in  full detail.  The  view of the U.S. Aerial   Mail  field at   night, with   scores   of   huge  planes leaving the ground in thc flare  of   giant searchlights, is one   of   the  most stirring scenes ever filmed.  -rx~r*xtim *% &t?t^ j^t*  -     fi    ll*/8IVHI-������ Kt    H  ���������    aw  \-~r~\.  PAID-UP CAPITAL       -        -        $15,000,000  RESERVE FUND -        -        $15,000,000  CRESTON BRANCH, C. G. Bennett, Manager.  WATBR NOTIOE  OiV^R&fON AND USE  Take notice that the persons mentioned in the Schedule below, whose  address is Creston, B.C., will apply for licenses to take and use the quantities  mentioned in the Schedule below of water out of Sullivan Creek, wliich Sows  northwesterly and drains into Goat Riyer, about 100 yards southerly from the  C.F.R. bridge afc Canyon, 3,C��������� The.waiei- will be diverted from ihe stream at  a point at about the intake of the Erickson Water Users' Community Pipe  and will be used for domestic and irrigation purposes upon the land described  as mentioned in the Schedule below. This notice was posted on the ground  on the 23rd day of August, 1920. A copy of this notice and an application pursuant thereto and to the Water Act, 1914, will be filed in the office of the  Water Recorder at Nelson. 'Objections to the application may be filed with  the said-Water RecoJ'-de^'*-������!*' with the Gomptroller of Water Rights, Parliament Buildings, "Victoria, B.C., within ttiirty days after the first appearance  of this notice in a local newspaper. The date of the first publication of this  notice is August 27, 1920.  The Persons Mentioned in the Schedule below, G, A?M. YOUNG,  Applicants. Agent.  SGHEOULE  "S amps jot the persons who haye mutually agreed with one another to  form the East Creston Water Users' Community, and who will apply for licenses to take and use the quantities of water for the purposes on the lands re-  spectiyely hereinafter fnentioned:  zPrixe LSei MtidSiSone  186a���������Tatting.    1st. $1.50;   2nd, $1.  18fln���������Home made house dress in  cotton.    1st, $3; 2nd, $2.  Tho above, items are missing from  the printed prize list of Creston fall  fair, though thcy appeared in the  needlework list for tho fair aa published in tho Review a few months ago.  Thc ladies will enter these in ('lass 12,  using tho Section numbers as above.  Claws 13, See. 203a���������Layer cake mado  with Featherlight Baking Powder.  Firt prize, 5 lbs.; second prize, 2J  lbs. Featherlight baking powder.  Class 14, Sec. 211a���������-Six quart jars of  anything made from tomatoes. First  prize $3, second prize $2.  Name of  Applicant  Jas. Adlard-.    ..  H, A. Dodd ���������  Cotteril Bros   Geo. Cotterill   R. A. Palfreyman        M  Gertrude Boffey        "  K. Andrew . .".         "  Philip Hobden Estate      ������������������  E. Haskins        ���������������  E. A. Penson        ���������'  J. Andrew        "  J. M. Craigie ~.       "'"  W. J. Truscott        ."  P. R. Truscott   W. V. Jackson         "  W.V.Jackson   A. S. Fitzgerald         "  J. H. W. Gobbett   W. Gobbett *  W. G. Willson ~...  M. McLeod      (domestic only)  M. McCarthy   E. Has-kins   Description of  Landa  Quantity of water applied for  Irrigation. Domestic  5 acre ft.     500 gals. day. Lots A & E, Blk. 28, Lot 891   N.E.10acres,Blk.28, Lot 891  ���������V        S.E. 9acres,Blk. 28, Lot 891   Lot 1, Blks. 3 & 4. Lot 812  ������������������ "        -Lot 2, Blktj. 3 & 4. Lot 812   E. 13 acres, Blk. 24, Lot 891   Blk. A-22. Lot 811   Pt. Blk. 4, Lot 812   ��������� S.L. "J", Blk. 18, Lot 812  East 10 acres Block 5, Lot 812;  *������  .East 10 acres Block 4. Lot 812   Part Blk. 13, Lot 812  ....South 20 acres Blk. 25. Lot 891  ...��������� Blk. 12, Lot 891   Blk. 27, Lot 891  .... West 80 acres, Blk. 5, Lot 812   West 10 acres Blk. 6, Lot 891   Part Blk. 13, Lot 812   Part Blk. 13, Lot 812   Lots 1-2, Blk. 1, Lot 812   S.L. 8, Blk. 24. Lot 812   Lot K, Blk. 24, Lot 812   Part Blk. 16, Lot 812  Charles King a Greenwood hunter,  recently shot a horned owl that  measured 60 inchen  from tip to  tip.  W y   p ntsi-ns FOP -^AI.F  lllo'ck !*!i, Kootejjay Valley L'wdp,  containing 18.2 acreH, logged over  land, sitiiatt'd on Rirdar road about. IJ  iriilcN north of Wynndel post-office.  I'l-icc D-SiiOO. Apply to the owner, ti.  A. M. Young, 0ronton, B.C.  *\t  H*  ta^ ii.j> u  ll  Men's  Half SoIcik, $1.25  Women's [|jilfttoh>.H,!Jtl. 00  <f iiiRraiiMU'ci lorn mom lis.  OIN  ANY  ~W   ��������� H 19    H  Ok'  ^^ kmtl   m~0W Wk   ^X~    md V^       ^^^> Im \^^^^        ^^  Wo can  supply  Portland  Cement  Lime  Brick  ^. It*.������ m test-1 ~rx g*t  Xm4'~i--.mmXSm mX*0J>  ,1  Lumber  -ill f*iwc oiul  grades.  i    ftanvtni  r.iiv  nimiim  uiiiiiiihiiv    b  Xt tmid IxJmltl*   ���������   tm.4 Lit. y^r m 0   m m-mtrm t. m m .mr  x-r ~ x~-   ���������   - - ~ _.  ~~ ��������� -   . *****  11     Alex. Mirabelli    ||  LIMITED  Jij:,*^iw-ji^e'������'.r**a^,.(������^^-^;^',;^WAa.''W-rt  .oia-a^ktf**-^^  ^Jflonoi-.nuiW  r VV xXVf .mr. >T   I ������  ���������\,jui*.^iOj\ ;i^0^���������t  i^^W*-^T!A1*tt*^^  MMttW'Ut''^^  ^i.������wr^.f.^-^^^^m^si������w������y^  f^yaflMBfl.^^  M' tftl'-M-MLWMtoBOttMlft teffflili THE CBE������t���������j*  JUSVUfiW  Word from Mrs. G. Strong, who is  in Cranbrook hospital, is to the effect  that her condition shows some improvement, and that there is eyery  hope now for her permanent recovery.  W. Miller of Claresholm, Alta., was  a visitor in this section the latter part  of the week, the guest of his daughter,  Mrs. T. Hickey.  Dad Browell pulled out for Lethbridge, Alta., a few days ago, and is  now in charge of a separator in a  threshing outfit near that city.  Chas. and Clarence Crabbe, who  were on a motor trip through this  way from Spokane, spent a couple of  days with Geo, Leach early last week.  Birth���������On Sept. 20, to Mr. and Mrs.  Geo Dayey, a daughter.  I. N. Rhodes has removed to Fernie,  where he is now in the employ B.C.  Spruce Co., Ltd.    This is a new con-  Loyal Orange Lodge, m* 209  Meets THIRD THURSDAY of  each month at Mercantile  Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  ERIC OLSON, W.M  To Lottie Mead of Creston,  British Columbia, Administratrix of the estate of Mary  Moran- Deceased, and all  others whom it may concern:  .InitCtT*  nnrl   Vyu XTii.t.ilf   r*f  t*.Vio   *r\rtvwrtv.i..  ���������   ... . ^rf , ���������.        .....       fr.rr.xr.x-  eontained in the two certain mortgages which will be produced at the  time of sals there will be offered for  sale by public auction by William Cutler at the Court House in the City"of  Nelson, Province of British Columbia,  at the hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon, on Mondy, the 27th day of September, A.D. 1920.  On the following property, namely:  Lots One (1), Two (2). Three (3). Four  (4), Fiye (5). and Sis (6), Block Twenty  (20), Town of' Creston, Map Six Hundred and Ninety-three (693), Kootenay  District, British Columbia, it a building known as the Creston Hotel.  For terms and conditions of sale  apply to Messrs, Hamilton & Wragge,  Solicitors for iiie Nelson Brewing  Company, Limited.  Dated the 25th day of August, A.D.  1920.  HAMILTON & WRAGGE,  Solicitors for the Nelson Brewing  Co., Ltd.  cern which is opening up sawmilling  operations on a large scale in East  Kootenay.  Tl      TJ..������.l       rx.      tT��������� ������������������....��������� J        Cnolr        mix it  ���������r.      0-M.X.XX        X4X Tail^UUlU,        UCIPOl)     ������V������.0  recently purchased the Harry White  ranch, is expected along shortly to  take possession. He is a friend of  Geo. Strong's, whose boosting of the  Vaiiey was largely responsible for Mr.  Hurl's purchase,  Hilton Young, who is with the Blair  haying crew at the Reclamation  Farm, was home the latter part of the  week, looking after the harvesting of  his apple crop.  The orchardists have all been busy  the past week getting off the Weal-  thys and the other fall varieties. The  yield is even better than expected and  will run between 4000 and 5000 boxes.  Miss Corbett, principal of the Canyon School, was on the sick list the  latter part of the week, the scholars  in her room having a holiday Friday  in consequence. The attendance at  present is about 45.  The Water Users Association has  just been advised that the Lands  Department appropriation for irrigation subsidies for 1920 is completely  exhausted, which means the Canyon  irrigation scheme will have to stand  over until next year. However, the  plans have all been approved and the  money will surely be available early  in April.  NELSON ASSESSMENT DISTRICT  I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that, on Tuesday, the 12th day of October, 1920, at the hour of 10  a.m., at the Court House, Nelson, B.C., I will sell at public auction the lands in the list hereinafter set out,  of the persons iri said list hereinafter set out, for delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons on the 31st day of  December . 193.9, and for interest, costs and expenses, including the costs of advertising said sale, if the total  amount due for period ending December 31st, 1918, is tot sooner paid.  The Collector will be pleased to receive any information respecting the following list where the owner  was a member of the Allied Forces and entitled to the benefits of Section 29, of the "Taxation Amendment  Act, 1918,"  LIST OF PROPERTIES  In view of the heavy expenditure on  the new high level bridge Canyon can  hardly complain of government neglect this year, bat if it were possible  to put the road in shape from Brow-  ell's corner to the top of the hill at the  new bridge certainly all hands would  be tempted to shout long live the  Oliyer administration.  linn jtct HBnsngmgnfg  NOTICE  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  all persons holding Crown Lands or  Lots in Townsite subdivisions under  agreements for sale from whom the  purchase money on such lands or  Townsite Lots remaining unpaid is  oyerdue are required to make payment, within six months from the date  of this Notice, either of the full amount  due, together with interest thereon, if  any be due, or a substantial proportion of such amount, which must at  least cover the full interest due to date  together with evidence that all taxes,  whether Municipal or Provincial, haye  been paid, failing which the agreements for sale will be cancelled, as provided by Section 70 of the "Land-Act,"  Chapter 120, Revised Statutes of 1911.  G. R. NADEN,  Deputy Minister of Lands.  Department of Lands,  Victoria, B.C., April 1-st, 1920.  NOTICE-  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  in accordance with an Amendment to  the "Townsite Proportionate Allotment Act" passed at tho last session of  the Legislature any person holding an  agreement for sale from the Crown in  respect to tho purchaKc at Auction of  Town or City lots or lands within thc  m(o or nubm-h of .1 town, priysyient for  which has not been made in full, and  who wishes to obtain a proportionate  allotiVH-ftt of hiuiii Imul in ciiiiHiut-i-ai'iiiii  of the monies already paid, must flic  application in that respect on or hoforo  the 1st day of Qcntcnibcr, 1920, on  which date the privilege of obtaining a  proportionate allotment will cease and  any person in iirreari! of payment  ������M������ilnr n������*e  iievv.><���������������������������<.������>���������������   <���������<���������������*��������� .���������.������!<> .... -if,,,.,-.  said failing to make application as  stipulateil will thereafter be debarred  from taking advantage of such privilege, and will be subject to lhe fnUil-  uient of tlu-; iVrniH of the sale and the  jirovi-aons of tlu* "Laud Act" govern  ing overdue purchaHc money, in con-  M;*!*ti;*,;; -.vitii which special attention is  eliawiek to the until e u|i| tiNi i i ���������>-^ iii tin-  e-uirent issue of tbis paper.  .. JX I  I t 41*  Deputy Minister of I.nnils.  I >.|e.e I I Itielil   til   1 .,i| it In,  Vieloria.   IM'     Mav .Mb. UKX).  Minimum price of nrst-class land  reduced to $5 an acre; second-class to  $2.60 an acre.  Pre-emption now confined to surveyed lands only.  Records will be granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purposes  and wnich is non-timber land.  Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  but parties of not more than four may '  arrange -for adjacent pre-emptions  With joint residence,-but each-making  necessary' Improvements on respective  claims. X fc  Pre-emptors must occupy claims for  five years and make improvements to  value of f 10 per acre, including clearing and cultivation of at least 6 acres,  before receiving Crown Grant.  vvAx&rs pre-emptor in occupation not  less than 8 years, and has made proportionate improvements, he may, because of ill-health, or other cause, be  granted intermediate certificate of Improvement and transfer his claim.  Records without permanent residence may be issued, provided applicant makes improvements to extent of  $300 per annum and records same each  year. Failure to .make improvements  or record same ������yili operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained in  -8B-..9l?������l 6 y������ars, and improvements  of $10.00 per acre. Including 5 acreB  cleared and cultivated, and residence  of at least 2 years are required. g.  Pre-emptor holdinir Crown in-ant  may record another pre-emption, if he  requires land tn conjunction with his  TW*i without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made  and residence maintained on Crown  granted land.  Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 20  acres, may be leased as homeBltcs;  title to bo obtained after fulfilling residential and Improvement conditions.  For grazing and industrial purposes  areas exceeding 640 acreB may be  ,e^5f������ h? 0.ne P������rB-on or company.  MIU, factory or industrial sites on  timber land not exceeding 40 acres  may be purchaaed; conditions include  payment of stumpago.  Natural hay meadows Inaccessible  oy existing roadB may be purchased  conditional upon construction of a road  to them. Rebate of one-half of cost of  road, not exceeding half of purchase  price, is mado.  PRE-EMPTORS' FREE GRANTS  0 ACT.  The acope of this Act is enlarged to  ���������U���������f������APCI;0lrOIY3 Jo-nlng and serving with Hlo Majesty's Forces.    Tho  time within which tho heirs or dovlseos  Sf ������ aoceoBod pre-omptor may apply  .%Jl.l? undor th,2 ^ct ������������������ wttonded  from for one year from tlio uo-ath of  nuch ncrnon, no formerly, until ono  year after the conclusion of tho present  war. Thin prlvtlego io also mado retroactive, jp  j������,Sf������^?������5! rel?jin-? to pre-emptlonoaro  due or payable by soldiers on preemptions recorded after June 20. 1018  Taxes aro remitted for five years.     '  rrovlolon for return of monoya accrued, du������ and boon paid since August  4, 1-U, on account of payments, f<*uB  or taxoo on soldiers' pro-omptlonB.  Interest on agreement*-- to purchnae  *������wn���������or city lots held by members Wr  ---.vi. m-vd.trtuu, of uui-uiiuviicu, acquired  direct or Indirect, remitted from en-  llatmont to March 81, 1080.  aU*u-PURCHAUI������R8  OF CROWN  a. LANDO.  Provision made for inn-tit-i-tca o'  Crown irrtuitu to mib-purohnnero of  Crown Lands, acquiring rlahUi from  purchasers who failed to complete  purchnae. involving torfolturo, on fulfillment tif condition*-- of purcfiano. Interest and taxwi. Wlu-rei iiTth-niirA-"-  *.... u*j uu. L.H.LIIU wijoio oi original par-  col. purohoBo price duo and taxes inrty  ben dlutrlbut-iel proportionately ovor  whole ������roa. Applications must be  mad* by May J, 3020.  ORAZINO. '  Qraulng Act. ltM, for ���������.yt-etcmatlo  devefcjonmont of livtatock Industry ������>ro-  Vf *1 ���������**-������e     Tf.tr    t^r...|n..    ^I1..tv.e..l t.    ...   ..     ...  admlnliitrallon under" 'comm'tHMlonffr'  AmimU wruMliig puruilui luau������-1 based  oniiiimliMn rangudj priority for witnb-  n-.nn .AteiioouuioiiH Kir ruiiue iiuiimuo-  ment.    Froc, or partially trm*. i>e*n**it,i  fe������r testtlefrK.   riiim.**.*-*-**!  or  trcvi**!. i       ....  ������ . . ������  X.  .   X .1 x.l ��������� LJU  tri ten I*'.?'.'*.. -  Name of Person Assessed  Short Description of Property  Arrears of  Int.  All Taxes  Cost &   Total  Expenses  Subdivision Lot. 58A, G.   1, K. D.  Jones, A. W. Ltd Lots 3, 4 (excepting right of way) bk. I,  map 266  -. _  $24.60 $1.89  Nahl,   Mrs.  Wm : Lot 3, bk. 7, map 266A  44.10 3.41  Jones, A. W. Ltd  Lot 14, bk. 16, map 266   9.75 .77  Jones, A. W. Ltd  Lot 19, bk. 46, map 266  ,.:  5.90 .46  Jones, A, W, Ltd   ���������������������������Lot 21. 22, bk.~46, map 266  8.70 .65  Subdiv. Lot. 96, G. 1, K. P., being the Hume Addition to the City of Nelson, Map 284B.  Dawson,   May   Beatrice    Lots 9, 10, bk. 10     Pritchardt,   Sarah ; Lots 23, 24, bk. 10    Patterson,  Capt.,   (Estate of)    Lot 2, bk 22    Lot 182, G. 1, K. D., Davies Addition to City of Nelson, Map 486  Jeffs, Al, and Archibald, C. I Lots 2, 3, bk. 6    7.00  Subdiv. of Trail East, Suddiv. of Lot 2919, G. 1, K. D., Map 1262  Midford,   Thos Lot 12, bk. 12        2.00  $2.75  .2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  $29.24  50.26  13.27  9.11  12.10  8.20  .63  2.75  11.58  37.20  2.47  2.75  42.42  13.30  .99  2.75  m. ������m   t\ M  xt.vx  ***��������� *W*������������^*������ixt* *  W B������l|-9>bW     ~~mX0%,    ~a-^*WS0     <-****���������������       6*     ������������������������%���������      -**.*     xx.-0-mi     vS5i  Finiay,   Frederick   S _Lot 15, bk. 22    Adamson, Estther  Lot 18, 19, bk. 22  2.00  .54  .16  .20  2.75      10.29  Ymir Townsite Subdiv. Sec. 7, Tp. 17, Lot 1242, G. 1, K. D., Map 640.  McAllister, J. A i^ot o,  ok.  o    Leahy, J. and Leahy, Eva M Lot 9, bk. 5   Chriest,. Andrew  Lots 6 to 9, and 12, bk.  Turner,   W.   J Lot S, bk.  12    Peters,   Mrs.   Margaret    Lot Z, bk. 25   Stewart,   Mary _Lot 14, bk. 26   Murray, Jas. li ...Lots 7, 10, bk. "F"   8.43  7.37  20.38  16.85  ~i!45  15.91  5.21  .71  .87  1.47  1.06  .51  1.14  .40  2.75  2.75  o rrrr  a.lit  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  4.91  4.95  A    ������...  i.ua  11.89  10.99  24.60  20.-56  9.71  19.80  8.36  Fruitvale Townsite Subdiv. of Lots 37 and 210, in Tps. 11A and 12A, Lot 1236, G. 1, K. D., Map 785C.  Seyfert,   Mrs.   Theresa    Lot 24, bk. "C"         4.33 .34       2.75  Seyfert,   Mrs.   Theresa    ........Lot 9, bk. "I"  :      11.02 .83  2.75  7.42  14.60  Fails City Townsite Addition "A" Kootenay District, Map 1029  Solberg,   Peter Lots 2 to 9, bk. 18         8.00 .62  2.75      11.37  Creston Townsite, Lot 525, G. 1, K. O.  Wiles, Annie Lots 7 to 11, bk. 49, Map 693    Wiles,   Jessie    Lots 12 to 15, bk. 49, Map 693    30.05  14.45  2.14  1.17  2.75  2.75  Barton's Addition to Creston Townsite Being a Subdiv. of Bk 3 of Lot 891 G. 1, K. D., Map 893  Elly,   Mrs.   A.   -... Lots 28, 29, bk. 4          3.80 .24        2.75  McKelvey & Randall, East Trail Subdiv. of Part Lot 2, Lot 4598, G. 1, K. D., Map 1310.  Stanway,   A. Lot 2, bk. 20 ���������        2.50 .21  ���������": Fruitvale Subdiv. in tp* 11A arid 12A of Lot 1������36, G. 1, K. D.  Butcher,   Archie    Bk. 3, map 785       21.22       1.72  Rahn, Henry : Bk. 41, map 785A      30.32       2.35  Greenwood, Jas G., et al  Bk. 89, map 785B      20.20       1.60  De   Fehr,   Catrine    - Bk. 165, map 785B,        12.21 .94  Columbia Gardens Subdiv. Lots 205, 205A ~~ 205B, G. 1, K. P., Map 800  Hunter,   Frank Bk. 17A & 17B        23.94        1.97  Central Park, A subdiv. of Sublets 19 & 20, of Lot 4598 and Part Lot367, G. 1, K. D.  Hilliard,  Chas.  E Lot   12   Dawson,  Thos.  F Lot   26      Farrell, Wm. P .............Lot   56   2.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  34.94  18.37  6.79  5.46  26.69  36.42  25.55  16.90  3.75      29.66  B. C. Southern Land Grant, Lot 4595, G. 1, K. D,  Carr W. & Hoefer, C Bks. 12 & 19, Sublot 20, map 787       24.50  Tierney, W. P Sublot 33, map 793  Lambert    Mrs.   Q ~Bk 12  sublet 42   Ma.1**-- 117*4  Lewis,  A.  J Bk. 5 of S % of Sublots 55, 66, Map 1078  Harvey, J. A Sublot 66, 240 acs   Collins,  H.  P S. %, S. E. y*. Sublot 90, Map X31       28.06  Frost,   Fanny N. W. % of N. W. U. sublot 90, map X31  Bird, H. & M.  Sublots 125, and 126, 160 acs. and 152.11  acres     4.00  .31  2.75  7.06  6.00  .47  2.75  9.22  4.S0  .37  2.75  7.92  24.50  2.06  3.75  30.31  150.00  10.07  3.75  163.82  6.7-5  fiO  3.7S  lO.tid  5.40  .38  3.75  9.63  294.90  18.57  3.75  317.1:2  28.06  2.02  3.75  33.������3  31.53  1.83  3.75  37.11  67.00        5.58  3.75      76.33  B. C. Southern Land Grant, Lot 4592, G. 1, K. D.  Constable,   Guy    S. E. y. sublot 12, 40 acs      16.25  Lane, Chas. E.  (Estate of)   Part of sublot 18, 70 ace. map X30     162.75  Nelson and Fort Sheppard Railway Grant Tp. 7A, East of Columbia River.  Langford, Mrs. R. F S'iblot 16 and 17, tp. 7A, map X66       66.66  Lot ,'238, G 1, K. D.  Second Relief Mining Co 187.G4 acres In Sees. 23, 25, 26 of tp. 37 ....     4?.51  Churchill,  F. L S. E.  %  of N. E.  V.  and  N.  %   S.  E.^  Sec. 1, Tp. 86        68.85  Churchill, F. L In Sec. 1 tp. 3C, 119.17 acres      150.00  Lewis,   E N. W. V. & N. % of N. E. %. Sec. 3, E^  Sec.   9,   tp.   36          83.64  Pugh, H. C W. % of E % of N. W. V. sec. 9, E %  S. W.  *4 sec 16, tp. 36         12.00  Skivyanski,   S N. E. V. & N. % of S. E. %, sec. 2 tp. 36 ..     27.54  Lot 1242, G. 1, K. D.  Turner, W. J In sees. 5, 8, tp. 17, 25.09 acres       11.47  McQuarrie, Nell & Bovik. Wm Sees. 20 & 21, Tp. 17, 79.89 acres       16.82  Churchill, F. L N. *% N. W. V. Sec. 6, S. W. % N. W. %  Sec. 6, and that part of S. E. % of S. W. 14,  and S. W. V. S. E. % Sec. 7, lying out-  Dido Ymir townsite, tp. 17, 209.32 acres ....    172.13  2.05  9.90  5.35  3.67  5.31  11.69  6.46  .93  2.12  .S9  1.47  13.10  3.75  3.75  22.05  176.40  3.75      76.2������>  3.75      54.K2  3.75  3.75  77.91  165.34  3.75      93.85  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  ltf.tiH  33.41  16.11  22.04  3.75    188.98  Nelson and Fort Sheppard Railway Grant���������Lot 1244, G. 1, K. D.  McArthur,  Wm 37.9G acrea in sec. 20, tn. HO   15.S5       1.  Subdivision of Lot 304, G. 1, K. D.  Chung   Chung    'iiii. is98, ti.ii.i jicioh   J8.t>0  Nicollo, Wm. ..v Bk.  299,  6.75  acres    14.00  Klindson,   B -. : Blc "Jl", sublot 11, lot 306, map 942   9.96  Tineodalc, W. E Blc. 3, lot 2037, 29 aca  52.91  Powys,   Arthur    Republic MC Surrnco nip-htii, lot  3206  .... 2.49  Powys,   Arthur   llopubliu   Fine.   M-C   fcJurfoeo   Rights,   lot  '   3208     6.23  Swodburg, J. P.  (Entttto of)    Part lot 3200, 19 acres   20.46  GraiiHlrom,   Victor    Bk. 10, lot 6305, 10 uc������u   (JouKh.   TIioh Part of lot 6K84, 36.7 acni   Bell, It.  II.  (Estate of)   Lot. 688(5, 3724 acs   Prior,  Mrs Bleu. 1, 2, lot 8370, map 875    ytjv.wlioy,   W������i     1/.   Tut    hi  lnt  f������014r  64.0r������  acmi  Uatilam, Banuicl JM Part lot 9764, 89 ucreti    Meckel,   Ceo Lot. 1060R, 160 uei'ei*     18.70  26.4U  21.70  42.76  12.00  ;!2.00  32.00  1.39  1.08  .77  2.3C  .19  .49  1.42  1.45  2.05  2.11  3.16  .rt:i  ���������Z..-1  2.47  3.75  3.75  3.76  3.76  3.75  3.75  3.76  3.75  3.76  3.76  3.76  3.75  3.76  :t.76  23.64  18.83  14.48  6'J.G^  0.4:1  10.47  26.63  23.90  32.22  27.66  49.86  lG.CK  38.22  ;ih :'.:���������  Dated at Nol-son, H.C., thin 17th day of Hoptomhor, 1920.  J. OAHTMEL. C.-lleetm-.  7&Y*wj*aj^s������.iii6ffii  ���������^>tj*|j*^!{Wfrl**r^  ^.W-Sl'W***"****-'*^^  WI������4M>������W������WiWl*rl tpm^ig^y*sA*3-  ......,-, ..  iL_^a i 4  a. r.i"*r.x~  ���������W! <a*|-^  ���������������*f������������*n  ^  inn  What is regarded by many as the final battle in the long war waged  against thc liquor traffic in Canada will be fought at the ballot boxes in  Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta on the 25th of October. The  necessary machinery for the taking of the referendum vote on that date  has already been set in motion and the compilation of the lists for qualified voters is in progress. The opposing forces are likewise lining up  for thc final test of strength.  Apart altogether from thc opinions which may be held by readers of  this paper on the question at issue, namely, whether bone-dry prohibition  shall be made effective or not, it is clearly the duty of all citizens qualified  to vote to make certain of the fact that their names are properly included  in tlie voters' lists, and, equally so, it is the duty of all, regardless of the  opinions held by them, to record their votes on October 25 on the question being submitted to the people.  In these three Prairie Provinces, prohibition of the sale of intoxicating  liquors for beverage purposes has for some years been in effect. There  is, however, nothing to prevent a person in any onc of these Provinces  from buying liquor in another Province and having it shipped to him for  his personal use. The result is, of course, that while there is prohibition  in name, and actual prohibition of local sale, there is no truly effective  prohibition of thc use of intoxicants.  Through the votes cast by them in the referendum on October 25 the  men and women of Western Canada are to decide whether, in addition  to prohibition of local sale within a Province, there shall be prohibition of  importation of liquor into any one Province from any other Province or  country. In other words, whether it shall be made illegal for any person  to obtain liquor in any manner whatsoever, except in very limited quantities on a doctor's prescription.  In the referendum on October 25 the following form of ballot will be  iiscd:  Statistics show that when egg alibis  men is \ssed as %%%> constituent  baking powder* the amount so used  is too small (usually 15/100 off 1%) to  affect th������ quality or effectiveness of  the baking powder containing it*  and whess so used* is plainly for the  urpose of fraud* Intelligent buyers  will not permit themselves to be  deceived by the water glass test*  ^imr^fiteed te h~~ cosssposeH ���������* '*!*������* **���������**������*������������������������,-ri^tr-fss  two   alum   or  e������  printed osi th������ label���������and nonejDther.  Made in Canada  Shall thc importation or bringing of intoxicating liquors into the Province be  forbidden?  Shall the importation or bringing of intoxicating liquors into the Province be  forbidden?  Thc voter who is in' favor of absolute p:ohibition will place an X in the  space opposite the word "Yes"; the voter who is in favor of allowing  liquor to come into the Province as at present 7-ill place an X in the space  opposite thc word "No." In other words, a person votes "Yes" if he  favors bone-dry prohibition; he votes "No" if he desires that importation  shall continue.  Without presuming to say in this article how people shall vote, or  even expressing an opinion as to the course of action which in the light  of past experiences would seem to be the wisest course to follow in the  interests of all, one thing can and should be said with all the emphasis  that can possibly be laid upon it.      It is this:  Men and women should mark their ballots in such a way as to express their honest convictions on this question in order that the vote on  October 25 may be a true expression of the will of the people. A vote  for bone-dry prohibition should be a positive declaration on the part of the  voter that he or she will absolutely refrain from thc use of intoxicating  liquors, that they will make no attempt to secure such liquors, that they  will throw the whole weight of their influence in the direction of seeing  that the law they thus ask for is lived up to and rigidly enforced. A  "Yes" vote should be a pledge on the part of thc voter to assist thc offi  ccrs of the  law  to  efficiently  enforce  that  law.  The time for camouflage is past. There should be no more hypocrisy,  with a person voting one way and acting another. If the majority vote  is to forbid importation of liquor, then the Government and officers of the  law ought to bc assured that they can count upon the men and women  who make up that majority to assist them in every way to make thc law  fully  cfF..-'.:tivc  and  a  success.  Thc man who votes for bone-dry prohibition and proceeds at thc same  time to stock up liis cellar in advance with liquor is a hypocrite. The  man or w.-.i**^:*.  who votes for bone-dry prohibition, and later writes to the  The Color of  Your Eyes  Where the Baby Gets His Blue Eyes  From.       ,  Where baby gets his blue eyes from  is said to have been discovered by  Dr. H. Bryn, of Norway.  After examining 834 persons. Dr.  Bryn found that when all the parents and grandparents had blue eyes,  all the children were blue-eyed, while  when some of the grandparents' eyes  were brown, only about 90 out of 100  of the children had blue eyes.  If both parents had blue eyes only  70 per cent, of thc children had eyes  of the/ same color, the remaining 25  per cent, being blue. If one parent  was blue-eyed and the other brown-  eyed, blue and brown eyes were  equally divided among ,tht children.  How's  This ?  We offer $100.00 for any case of catarrh  that cannot b������ cure by HALL'S CATARRH  MEDICINE.  HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is taken  internally and act3 through the Biood on tho  Mucous   Surfaces   of  thc   System.  Sold by druggists for over forty ycars.  F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo Ohio.  Price 75c    Testimonials free.  Helium in Canada.  LV>J^V1111U11|       >"v xx\s      vv ox*  Canada recently by the British Admiralty to devise a method of securing helium from natural gases, has reported that Alberta alone can supply  over ten million cubic feet of helium  annually, and other parts of the Empire another two million cubic feet.  This quantity, he estimates, is sufficient to maintain a considerable number of airships, that cannot be  brought down by airplane attack in  thc usual manner. Helium is a rare  element, with a lifting power second  only to hydrogen, and is non-inflammable. It can also be obtained in  generous quantities in New Brunswick.  Rivals the Spooue* ville Liuc.  Passenger (impatiently)���������Say, conductor, can't you have this train run  a bit faster?  Conductor���������Sir! I've been on this  line 15 years and���������  Passenger���������Great guns! At what  station  did you get on?  Minard's Liniment For Dandruff.  The Real Question.  The Farmer���������Ain't that a fine cow?  The  City  Man���������How  many  miles  will she do on a gallon of milk?���������Life.  ( rOV  tluit  *rn:::o:  their  :c i  ..:.!���������  ce stating that "So-and-So" is violating the law but  not be used as informants and that they will not  .'*.;.���������  be in  their possession  in order to convict, is a  ������������������:���������?.-������   prohibitionist.  :.:������������������   rn   October  25   should  be.  regarded as  a clear-  BUNIONS  NO JOKE  O    me'A'e*  .*:.'.:i   of  In  i nc  !-���������  r.~t  d   C*"J-.:ri*e*",;ii  i*n  j Elevator  Charges Up.  i     According   to   Hon.   Geo.   Langley,  . Minister of Municipal Affairs and  : Director of thc Sasaktchewan Co-  j op.-r.'Lti'.-c Klcv-ator Co., as a result of  ! v���������[.re-sen tat ions made to the Board of  ' (--:P\n Commissioners by thc elevator  i men, a reasonable": advance in storage  I di a ���������--���������������������������-"��������� that may be made by local  ; and t'Tininal r-levat.e>r.s will be con-  '   '���������'.'���������-' 'i     uy     x.hr-   '".otnmi'-'sionerr.   thir;  Fox Farming .Pays.  What    farm    industry pays  better  than  breeding  foxes?  Last spring an average of four to  I a litter raised was reported from the  ranches    heard    from.      That means  between two and three thousand dollars to a pair of foxes!  Some of thc old-timers in the business havc from seventy-five to two  hundred youngsters oa their ranches.  As these men breed only foxes of  good quality, it is safe to estimate  thc value of thc pups at $500 to $750  apiece.  Evidently there is money in thc  business.  Lots of women will give up easy  jobs and good salaries for the sake of  working all the rest of thcir lives for  their board and  clothes.  No Astham Remedy Like It. Dr.  J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy is  distinctly different from other so-called remedies. Were this not so it  would not have continued its great  work of relief until known from  ocean to ocean =������for its wonderful  value. Kellogg's, the foremost and  best of all asthma remedies, stands  upon a reputation founded in the  hearts of thousands who have known  its benefit.  Corns and warts disappear when  treated with Holloway's Corn Cure  without leaving a scar.  Mrs.  Cassidy���������"Norah,  Maguire is  takin' on awful t     Her husband's got  three years, but he can get wan off _  for good behavior."  Mrs. O'Brien���������"Tell her to rest  aisy. Sure an' he never behaves  himself."���������Edinburgh Scotsman.  ii  srssss  SHBaaa graaaaBsaeaasES  ES&C  BE  uzsa  One-half of the world envies the  other half because it doesn't know  how it lives.  Following in the footsteps of an indolent man is expensive travelling.  !!  Posfut������  ������cerealj  tr.  -%*0  used instead of coffee  means better nights and  brighter days for every,  one when coffee disagrees  Postum Cereal should be boiled a full twenty  minutes. Another form��������� Instant Postum  is made instantly in the cup.  Both kinds are sold by grocers everywhere  Made by Canadian Postum Cereal Cow,Ltd,  Windsor, Ontario.  v.  rs  rss:::  asrigr  t\ I'll  WHEN BABY IS CROSS  ii.-efi r    Wi  :.-a!ili.  pT-1***, re-tl("-,-; nnel sickly  ir.'Lt: t Ii ��������������� i i- condition to  Muilier Graves' Worm Ex-  reli--ve   the in  and  re  in:, i  in..'  ii**T'!'  ���������JJJ.\X\    v,*!ir,   I-;   u-\\it\r seelilcel  ..-.ri-   v.i.nielli t   stand   prol>-  Th*-*  Poor  jVf.rn'-.  I-'rirnd.---I'nt  up in  ��������� ������������������.-   .-".*.������������������   .      .....   j I <:   i ,'siiy   ].or|;ii)|e*  . W ���������, MittttilAklbtUi  ^SXStmmmmS-tSmWmS^  nt.  ell.  ���������������/.-! 4 A..  till If*  .1  r  in  lil-e-.e!  J'e 1 i' *.' ������������������ I. r- i ,  Oil"* - l 'i.l"  i'..*.!....:. .'.!<���������.  '[', el.   ' .  ���������*'���������*.��������� n  re*lie**.| / I'.I" i  ie>* '.*'*i i in.- n i i  a-iviM, .i ii11   I  m;  i .. .i I-.  it  >'��������� :t ;. i i; ..mall suni, Dr.  Ji Iii' ( m| [in* \e*.'i',e*s ineirc  ti' ' !, ! i ,i 1 rel   f'.r m   t ban   nnr  . i '* I I i i-     ������. ��������� I *��������� I. I i I ..     i.l     iii-iii.i  ' ''.     ini ,i|.i*'\'.',     ami   Dm*  ''.    ,���������*!..   11   i'   i.u,   in-   [.nt  ���������   i-'.'.r   in ai.''.   fii'inl.       ]\'<>  < v    ��������� 'i   ' '.in;i|'tr   wil liotlt   it.  I i i ni i'  i i.i n .' ui  d   of  Ur,  I'l own  2001b.  SacliM  Delivt'n'd to  Your Slitlioii  tB������     ffffSffil ttSflfl BfiBffl  WE HAVE a limited quantity of the genuine Brown  West Indian Cane Sugar, which we will disnose  of in the original Hacks of 200 lbs. each at 15 centa"pen-  pound , all charges paid to your station.  This in a rare opportunity for housekeepers, bakers, lum-  liot- o������e������rnfni'i*   "���������������������������'*.      T������* *!������������������ ���������,,*,~   r'-*',,   rIr1 f~",.'r -: '  r*'    *"*������������������'  Kiignr���������better than refined for     baking,     browu     bread,  mincemeat, baked beans, dark preaerven and pickles,  SAMPLES WILL BE SENT TO ALL INTERESTED.  4ir  ���������������*������������&        ~%4rdX..t~, /**������������..1    ---  j-x-txt.     -ixjrlKJ.Viv  are:    ..'del    \iV  VV 11 i I. ��������� 1 I i  I        A I  Ont  b/  i ,el|;t.e.  .7<H? M..  Write For Sample ;������f. fat.ft}  r ���������      ���������     r   ��������� ���������   ������~"  t"\             Q.         .    V     *      **\i?      #1 T   1   ' *              v          fi      re**-**---  lJtLllL-        tZlli   Cl-L.         X-JxXxlX,         m-JxU.XLk'tLmll 1   *- A C j������i * Li il t~         J~-Ut*UkkC        A*t*.SS  ^mxxmjmi-f^ifftav.g^  sM-M'WM * V-Vt-HHl ���������***"*���������*" t^^J*^VtluJBit!?*?*Z2  ������-mgm'<mmm������mkm.mmm?<wmn  tititaWimlm&miiliit^^  jymvv^imiMHmwiWWtm.. T?KTTTTr.      nV.TjST01St  f*rM  win Aii/pri  FORCES SOVIETS  I  ANTI   -   BOLSHEVIK   LEADER  MEETS  WITH "SUCCESS.  nu*~i i aj  Due to Germany  Government  Will   Collect  Suras  for  Transmission to German  Destination.  Montreal.���������All    debts   payable    by  Canadian firms to German and other  enemy firms at the  time of the war  which   were   unpaid,     or    unpayable  from  that  cause arc   to be  collected  through the    Canadian "Government,  according to a new ruling by the Government, and to be paid at full value  of the German  mark, irrespective  of  its   present  value.      All amounts   of  Soviets Report Heavy Engagements  With   ���������Poles   in   Kovel  Area.  Paris.���������New successes for the army  of    Gen.     Wrangel,     anti-Bolsheviki ���������  leader in Southern Rumania, are an-! over" $100 arc being conected through  nounced in dispatches. On the Don j the department of the secretary of  River, Gen. Nazarov has cut the rail- j state and are bcing turned ovcr to the  way line from Voronezh to Tzaritzin. j British Government to be transmit-  The 34th Division Bolsheviki are re- j ted to their German destination. It  ported _to have retreated from their - was stated at the offices of the Cana-  positions.  London.���������Heavy engagements with  the Poles in the region to the east of  n sivrvrtfirm    &w%v*>  5UVM5 Mil  nn  TO   GIVE   LABOR   MOVEMENT  POLITICAL CHARACTER.  Metal Workers Are Getting Support  From Soviet Russia to Enlarge  Powers.  Rome.���������The metal workers' movement was early taken advantage of by  the supporters of Soviet Russia in  Italy as the basis of a political movement to force  Italian recognition  of  tsm  More from Income Taxes  FREIGHT CARS  NGBORD  Anticipate    Increase    From    Higher  Rates and Improved Methods of  Collection.  Winnipeg.���������A   special   despatch to  the Free Press from its Ottawa cor-  r������L������rlTk^ PREPARING     FOR  crease m the receipts of the federal  income tax is estimated  for the cur- I      HEAVY CROP MOVEMENT.  rent fiscal year which ends on March j  31   next..     Last  year's  total  revenue j Must Keep Rolling Stock at Home to  from  this  source approximated $20,- I Guard Against Grain  000,000.      This  year it will  approxi- j Blockade  mate $35,000,000. j _  I     Ottawa.���������In view of the particular-  To thc higher rates, a wider incid-< ,y heavy crop movcment  ������ncc and improved methods of collection arc attributed thc increase. Under the former act prosecutions were  both difficult and costly.      Under thc  Brest-Litovsk and in the Kovel area  in Volhynia are reported by the Russian Soviet staff in an official statement from  Moscow.  pinion of U.F.A. President  Says Economical Marketing cf Wheat  Would Offset Rate Increase.  Calga-ry.���������"If the wheat board had  been continued for another year, the  whole of the increased burden of  freight rates on wheat from the western provinces to Fort William would  havc been more than offset by the  saving which has been effected by thc  economical marketing cf thc wheat  crop."  Siu-h was the opinion expressed by  H. \V. Wood.**-, president of thc  U.F.A.' President Wood's estimate  is based on the report of thc Bureau  of Statistics at Ottawa, of a total  wheat crop of 258,000,000 bushels in  the ' three prairie provinces. The  average increase iu the freight rates  would havc been offset in this manner, lie stated.  i dian Manufacturers' Association that  several firms have such debts owing, I fribuna says it guarantees    the    au-  in   some   cases   running   into   large I thenticity, provides for permanent so-  amounts of money. viet   conditions   and  is   addressed   to  the Legion of Red Guards at Torre  Aimunziata, near Naples, asking the  Legion to communicate with the  greatest organization ever known.  "Taking the favorable opportunity,  afforded by the vast movement of the  metal workers," the document added,  "it has been decided to enlarge the  movement, giving it a political char-  Wives and Mothers  ave  Sore Backaches  the Moscow Government, according act as amended last session, they  to a document published by the Tri- have bccn much facilitated. A large  buna.      The document, of .which the   number of prosecutions    havc    been  cjuietly instituted during the summer,  and the 'effect has been to bring  speedy and prompt reply to warning  letters addressed to others. As a  consequence rece'pts have much improved.  A staff of 30 aiidito/s is being appointed this week to check   up    the  "sales taxes throughout the country.  Constantly on  their feet,  attending i.actcr."  to the wants of a large and exacting      The document bore  the  signature,  family, women often break down with  torturing backache  Visit Western Canada.  Toronto.���������A parly of delegates to  the Congress of Chambers "-of Commerce of thc British Empire will visit  the western provinces and Pacific  coast about the middle of October.  nervous exhaustion.  In   the   stores,  factories  and  on  a  farjn  are  weak,  ailing  women,  dragged    down   with  and bearing down pains.  Such suffering isn't natural but it's  dangerous, because due to diseased  l'.jilnej's.  The dizziness, insomnia and other  symptoms of Kidney complaint can't  cure themselves, they require thc assistance of Dr. Hamilton's Pills  which go direct to th  trouble.  To give vitality and power to the  kidneys, to lend aid tp thc bladder  and liver, to free the blood of poisons, probably there is no remedy so  successful as Dr. Hamilton's Pills.  For-all womanly irrcgu arilics iheir  morit is well known.  Because of their mild sooidling and  healing effect. Dr. Hamilton's Pills  are safe, and are recommended for  girls and women of all ages. 25c  per box at all dealers. Refuse any  substitute for Dr. Hamilton's Pills of  Mandrake and Butternut.  'Vella."  from the  western province during the next few  months, extra precautions are being  taken by thc management of the Government and other systems of iail-  ways to keep Canadian freight cars  on this side of the border.  At the present time there is a car  shortage in the United States of  600,000 cars and when a Canadian  car is permitted to cross the line, it  is practically impossible to have it  returned. The daily charge for retained cars from Canada was sometime ago increased, but this has made  no difference, the American railways  being quite willing to pay the extra  charge for the use of thc cars. The  necessity of keeping Canadian rolling  stock at home if a grain blockade is  -   u.   ~_-~.-t._4.-j Vfiien  jjie   eastward  ivj    uc   j������cvcincu  wheat movement is  at its height, is  Reorganize Anzac Navy.  London.���������Messages from Sydney  say that the Australian navy reorganization  is  proceeding.     Several  ships  will be scrapped and it is proposed to i recognized and even at thc best there  Milan.���������The confederation of labor' abandon the naval    college,    though | is  likely  to  be  considerable   conges-  announces that it has no intention of, this is strenuously opposed. [tion it is thought.  waiting on the will of the masters.     I _,  ��������� The   oniy   solution   possible  is   ac  ceptance of the men's proposal for  collaboration- in the management of  the various industries, and if the  employees do not soon decide in this  sense, it is declared that enormous  seat of thc I measures will be adopted to intensify  the agitation.  Government   Resigns.  Prague,    Czecho    Slovakia. ��������� Thc  Czeclio Slovakia Government has  resigned.  Railway Board Sittings  s Big  Just a minute, please f  Let's get right down to cases  ���������Watch cases  O  Dates Set for Western Tour of the  - Board are Announced  Ottawa.���������Thc Board of Railway  Commissioners will hold the first  sitting of its western tour in the City   monetary value, assuming  Bumper Yield of "1915 May Be Increased Four-Fold in Value.  Calgary.���������The Herald says today:  Alberta's wheat crop in 1915 was  sixty million bushels, valued at $30,-  000,000. In 1919, it yielded 34,575,000  valued at $63,349,000. The largest  federal official estimate of this year's  crop is 82,972,000 which, taken at  $2.60 a bushel, will bring Alberta  farmers thc huge sum of $215,722,200.  This means in other words that the  bumper yield of 1915 will this  year   be   increased   over   fourfold   in  that    ap-  r  PEN up an Ingersoll Maple  Leaf; you'll see a busy  little time-keeping plant in operation, happily, smoothly, accurately functioning���������e very  little movement with a mean-  iing all its own.  Now look the Maple Leaf in  the face���������it's an honest face and  a truthful face. And you can  believe what you see there.  After all, the primary purpose of a watch is to keep time.  The Ingersoll keeps time and  -does it under conditions that  would send any other watch to  the repairer's.  And its sturdiness, dependability, and cheapness aren't  obtained at the cost of appearance. The Maple Leaf is really  a good-looker.  $3.25���������at the nearest dealer's.  And   that will  be  quite  near.  Maple Leaf Radiolitc���������Tells  time in the dark���������75c extra or  $4.00.  Moplv 'Leaf, $3.2$  Hall at Winnipeg onNthc morning of   proximately  ��������� Wednesday, September 21---.      The foi- I wheat holds  ! lowing morning- it will sit at Saska- |  i toon.       The  remainder of thc  itincr- j  I ary is as follows: Edmonton, October |  ! 1;    Prince    George,    B.C., October 4; j  | Prince Rupert, B.C., October 6; Vic- \  j toria,   B.C.,   October   11;   Vancouver,1  . October      12  ;      Vernon,      October  i 14;      Nelson,       October      18;    Cal-  j gary,  Alta.,   October    20;     Medicine  I Hat, October 22; Regina, Sask:, Octo- j  J her  23;   Winnipeg,  October 25;   Fort j  William, Ont., October 27.  The     application     of    the   express j  companies   for   increased   rates   is   to ;  he    taken    up    at different points, a^ '  well    as    other    eases  which  arc  set  <U\\yn .for hearing.  the    present    price    of  Curlers to Sail on Dec. 30.  Montreal.���������The Canadian branch  of thc Royal Caledonian Curling Club  of Scotland announces that thc team  of 32, representing Canada, will leave  for England on December 30 to take  part in a series of matclies with  Scottish  teams.  1  You will* immensely improve the tastiness of  dislies and acid tremendously to tLeir nourisking  value if you use plenty of  \*  ^  i/55^  - i    " i-"i   Tr-.-ft T"*'  -���������'������������������   ���������������"   -������������  French General Weds.  Paris,���������Marshal Henri Phiilippe  Petain, commander-in-chief of the  French armies in France during the  later years of thc great war, and thc  French general whose work at Ver-  ���������!'..!. :���������.:.*.���������.'.'. !;!..: .*. :.:.'.:.*^ii;d fi^i*;*.*,  married to Madame*: Ha idon at  City Hall of the Seventh Ward  Paris, savs tlu-  IV.itc Farisienne.  ,-. .lithe  of  SHORT OF BREATH  Could Hardly Walk  Without Resting.  v������jett������a44Xd0tfrJtijr40������-������r  ~r x~r i^���������, r ix~rr- t^~r i^r*  mtt_aammmmmmtaa0mmmmmallm0i  John McCormack Leaves Australia,  EoTTdon. A di* patch te) the Ex-  chango Telegraph from Melbourne  says John MrCormack, the singer,  has caiiiulleel all his Australian engagements anel is leaviiif** immediately  for London iti order to escape: the  j disagreeable sentiments that lie has  been ae'e'onle.el in his Australian tour  since Im e *xpr* s seel himself on the:  Iiir-di  "lUe.-.ii.Mi.  1������  Model* from *3.25 to $14.50  L  cave-  .  F  or  Fin-op;.-  ..) 11  1-.  V.l.  -    1 We)  more  me  ml  )i:is  of  the*  '.'  i\ e  ��������� .'nm.  nt  have  i.u  .  ���������.in*.  pe  thi-:   v  1  .*!.  II*.ii  1)  i*.   1'!' i.l  am  1  S  .. mi  or  111.Ml.1  il  .  ��������� ���������:.  . .ii  .:��������� : .li  in   '  i .  !   Fn  ������-i-  IU'.-..--.  When you go to a physician to be  examined for any lmart trouble one  of the first ipu-stions hc asks is: "Are  you  short  of breath?"  Now, when the heart becomes affected there ensues a feeling of  a choking sensation, a shortness of  hrcat.li, palpitation, throbbing, irregular beating, smothering sensation,  dizziness and a weak, sinking, all-  gone feeling of oppression antianxiety.  On thc lirst sign of the heart becoming weakened or the nerves unstrung Miiburn's Heart, and Nerve  Pills arc just the remedy you require.  They regulate and stimulate the  he-art, and strengthen and restore the  whole   nerve   system.  Mr. Stephen Ciouse, East Clifford,  M.S., writes:���������"1 suffered for five  vears with heait trouble. T rn-tld  hardly walk from the housc to the  barn without resting as 1 used to  get so sheirt of breath. Doctors  could not help inc. My wife told mc  lei get a hoy of Milburn'?; Heart and  \i,..*',.,.    i������:pi..   -..wi   i    r,.ie   1, ..������,..-   -%<���������!,.-  taking   them;   three   boxes   made   me  epiiir we-ll. I a-ii now h'lping uiy son  Im w.ik tin.; farm, and can truthfully  ���������iv   I   feed  like- a different man."  I'ric: ?<).*. a box at all dealers or  m.eileel elncet on receipt of price by  I!" I' Mi'liieiii *'e-. Limited, Toron-  e *.,   ' 1111.  IZ  ts  WHEN buying  silverplate,  women of good judgment insist on the  best quality for their  money.  Tho Silverplate of  Wm. Rogers and his  Son, in patterns of enduring beauty, ts "The  Best at the Price" and  bears a reputation of fifty  ycars* ���������tan-ding for hign  craftsmanship and scrupulous standards.  k-<AillW>!'i':iZ<.\Y- IT     \WW'\  QJu Siluerplati! of  William 'Rogers and to Son  Jnc UJC6C ut uic Price  Trade   \Vm. ROGERS & SON  r !���������>'.'��������� ������ivl (ju������r������mM.| by  WM. ROGERS MFG. CO., LTD.  N'e������������������Oi Fulli, Ort.  , JHH,;  mf, i^iLlnniiMwl'l". W....H..'  *j*i*^jr'^)9-**^^  fimmmxmm������t.ximi������0r,tmtti-mt~^  immmmmmm^miimm  nmmav- 4m\\4*mmm*mmm������'i4W]  ,'^*irmtr.'Pl,'''P'~ - "~P"P *  mJTt^tSiMfmmm^^ " '    '"    * **^*.7������'-*^..*-ve ***������*^    " -" ���������"~   -    -   -        -      ��������� ^���������^t^f^^^tm_wm.nx ���������'r'*--?**'t-*-**--*-****-^'ffij^ ^-^^i^fta-N^^  *rt*ftiiaii-i������^ \.-&*mi;zisft j������*..*i.:  ���������^***S������?-' M? iK.^*^*"*^*^** mj y; ���������*Vj:*yJ-'-*Jw|*> , -*-^-i it/; i^-*W������s=J*- ^-iAi^i.'-p.j-^ r^m  THE  CBESTOK  REVIEW  Local and Personal  W. Truscott was a week-end visitor  with friends at Coleman, Alta.  Young Pigs For Sale���������Just a few  of them.     Apply McMuvti-ie, Creston.  For Sale���������Two milch cows, just  freshened. Mrs. J.W.Wood (Canyon)  Erickson P.O.  Mrs, Robertson of Cranbrook was a  Creston visitor a few days this week  the -guest of Mrs. Garland.  C. Olson got back on Friday from  Nelson where he had been for a couple  of weeks on a business yisit.  Miss Fox of Victoria is spending a  few days with friends in Creston, and  is the guest of Mrs. Cherrington.  Miss Stewart of Vancover, who has  b :en visiting at Trail, was a guest of  Mrs. Garland a few days last week.  Mrs. W. O. Adlard of Cranbrook,  who has been a visitor with Mrs.  Adlard the past week, returned home  on Sunday,  Small light brown dog, white  0-.xr.-X ���������  on tail, answers to name of Fanny.  Reward on leaying same with Alex.  Mirabelli, Creston.  For Sale���������Mattresses and cot nearly new; three tables, two creamers,  and other household effects, Mrs. W.  K. Brown, Creston.  Cows For Sale���������2 milch cows; one  with calf at side, freshened in August:  Saturday. Sept. 25  FRANK MAYO  in  A Little Brother  of the Rich  Broadway was the "potter's field"  for Paul Potter,   There he buried  the  hearts of women and the  faith of men.  PART 4  Elmo, the Mighty  other will freshen in  March.    Apply  M. Churchill, Creston.  Cows For Sale���������Two milch cows:  one to freshen January 1st, the other  about February 15th. Also 5-months'  calf.    Enquire Reyiew Office.  The scholars of the primary room  had a few days holidays early in the  week, the teacher, Mrs. McLeod, being  laid up with a touch of tonsilitis.  Sam Whtttaker, at one time assistant at the C.P.R. depot- here, now at  Beavermouth, is spending a few days  with friends in Creston this week.  The sale of.the Creston Hotel property, under and by virtue of certain  mortgages, is announced to taKe place  at the courthouse, Nelson. Sept. 27th.  C. B. Twigg, resident provincial horticulturist, got back on Sunday from  the Columbia Valley, where he officiated as judge at the fall fair at Invermere.  For Sale���������3 tons alfalfa hay; pair  mares, good workers or drive ; milch  cow, 1 heifer calf, wagon, new Cock-  shutt plow, buggy, new churn. L. P.  Bishop, Creston.  The trustees have decided to at once  place drinking fountain in Creston  school. The new. fixture will cost  about $55 installed, and will be in use  early next month.  Mrs. G. P. Smith got back on Tuesday from a couple of months' stay with  friends at Silyerton, and is accompan-  panied by her mother and sister, Mrs.  and Miss McKinnon.  "Women in Politics." A timely article on this subject���������deductions made  from the recent Women's Institute  conference here���������isunavoidably crowded out of this issue, but will appear  next week.  The grouse shooting season closed  on Monday, but so far as we can learn  none are suffering from the aftereffects of over-indulging in this class  of game bird���������the season lasting just  sixteen days.  Creston orchestra music ss proyided  for to-night's dance in Mercantile  Hall; which is announced to start at  9 o'clock. The admission is ������1 to  gentlemen, and a charge of 25 cents  per plate for supper.  Monday night Clifford Roberts, an  International Bible Student's lecturer  is announced to sheak in Speers' Hall  on the topic, "Millions now living will  never die." The lecture is at 8 o'clock,  and no collection taken.  chasing low grade fruit, and on Monday loaded out a car of bulk apples at  Creston. Last year a couple of cars of  windfalls were shipped in this fashion.  The spell of fine weather that set in  on Thursday afternoon last was good  for just about three days. On Monday another showery spell set In, and  haying operations which had just  nicely been resumed, are again hung  up.  Miss Phyllis Lyne returned to Cor-  vallis, Oregon, on Friday*-to resume  her fourth year course at the state  college in that city; Mrs. Lyne accompanied her as far as Spokane,  where she spent a few days with  friends.  Wm. Miller, who left here ahout  five years ago to make his home at  Claresholm, Alta., was calling on  Creston friends on Friday and Saturday. While here he sold his residence  on McLeod Ave., the buyer being  Clarence Maxwell.  E. T. Cooper of the Kootenay garage, Cranbrook, was a business visitor  here on Tuesday. His firm handles  the Cheyrolet car in East Kootenay,  auu tie reports a successful year's  trade. The Embree garage nas disposed of nine Chevrolets in the Valley.  Harvest thanksgiving worship will  feature the services in Christ church  on Sunday, both at 11 a.m. and 7.30  p.m., with a celebration at the close  of the morning service. The church  will be approriately decorated and the  music w.ill be in keeping with the  occasion.  Appro ved Styles  in popular Autumn shades  and the most becoming new  .shapes    we    are    showing.  Every Hat  is cleverly designer], smart  and distinctive. Appropriate models for everv oeca-  sion. See onr up-to-date  millinery.  Mrs. J. R. Bruce  MiUirtery and Ladies' Wear  Opp. Mcthodi-il t hnre-h  The Peekin announces two shows  for fall fair day, Oct. 2nd���������at 4 p.m.  and 7.30 p.m. An exceptiomilly fine  attraction has been booked in "The  Great Air Robbery," along with which  will be a Charlie Chaplin comedy.  Lidy exhibitors at this year's fair  will note that Mrs. Mallandaine's special prize of $5 for six jars of anything  made from green tomatoes is changed  to half a dozen jars of anything made  from either ripe or green tomatoes.  The morning service at the Presbyterian Church on Sunday at 11 o'clock  will be a Sabbath School rally to  which all parents are invited. At 7.30  p.m. the subject ia "Making a Final  Choice."  A Winnifred, Alta., buyer made the  rounds of the Valley last week pur-  Boots, Shoes. Harness  Repairing  We guarantee satisfaction and  prompt service.    Charges  reasonable.  JOHN JOY  i'oHtoifiee Blk.       CRESTON  ii o    wv ui in    v* iiiiu  i.i������ \z,i> iti'ie;r wood Kervioo.  Vou can be*, fiiiro of tlio  i *  i.i;..*.       .:'iir.i,       jiJti      COIiH*.  hero for  Automobile Repairing  We*- 'lo n-li'il'le' work  and give prompt attention to every joli. Try  uh wli<:ii you need tier-  vif.i-ti in our 1 i������!���������������.  R. Walmsley was a business visitor  at Nelson the fore part of the week,  and while there investigated the fall  fair secretary's system of handling his  work. Bob is looking for all the short  cuts as there is ������*������veiy evidence of the  biggest entry list ever at the Creston  fair next week.  R. G. L. Clarke of Vancouver, chief  fruit inspector for B.C.. paid Creston  his first visit of the season on Tuesday  and Wednesday. He states that the  Valley apple crop is fully as heavy as  other points in B.C., though the  Okanagan's yield of stone fruits was  almost heayier than in 1919.  A string of eight refrigerator cars  on the siding at Creston, and a few of  them also at Erickson, indicates that  the fruit shipping season is now well  under way. Between the Union and  the Staples Bruit Company at least ten  cars will be loaded* at Valley points  this week���������the majority solid cars of  apples.  J. D. Moore of Kaslo, road superintendent, was here a -couple of days  early in the week. The work of  assembling rock for good roads programme is still under way, the piling  of Goat Riyer crossing bridge is undergoing repairs, and there are a  couple of crews on the new road at  Sirdar.  Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Speers were at  Cranbrook on Wednesday for the  funeral of the former's mother, who  passed away in that city on Tuesday  morning at an advanced age. Deceased had been in failing health for over  a year, and had come west from  Ontario in the hope of the change  benefitting her.  Six of the nine silver cups which are  being offered at this year's fall fair,  are now on exhibition in the Speers'  store window, and are attracting no  end of attention and favorable comment. The ladies all haye designs on  the silyer medal which is also displayed, and which goes to the party  carrying off first prize in jam.  Omcial announcement is due any  day now of the appointment of Stanley Watson as returning officer in con  neotion with the temperance referendum vote on October 20th. The name  of II. T. llealc of KhhIo has been mentioned for the position, but wo are informed that this ih an error and that  Mr. Watson ib the official choice.  Tho adyance agent*of Peak's Canadian Chautauqua was here on Friday  trying to Bign up twenty responsible  e;iu/,e:ie->  ml tx ^U.tt.x.AxrJ.  il!  '*,~ii :l pJCCCJ  in order to secure this five-night at-  trm-i.ioii. Jim* to the fact thafc it  would conflict with previously arranged fair night, cntt'i'tiiinnii'iilM the promoter wiih compelled to pasn Creston.  Friday lam. was a very unlucky day  for both Mrn. Lidgate and Mi-h.  I'i e>Hiliwjii*. 'lli*- iornii-r Miblimie'd a  luidly i<pi-aiiie<l atili'c while- ibe* little*-*  bud lln* ininfentune' to break her ankle  while- in lhc uot of hurriedly getting  out of I hi- buggy in whieh iho had  ehiven   to  the*   ('.!'.II. (station.      Itoth  About a month ago a similar tract  was purchased from Mrs. McMurtrie  and the combined area will add about  two acres to the school grounds.  $1500 was the purchase of the two  pieces of property.  The first regular session of the  County Court ever held in Creston  convened at the police court on Tuesday, Judge Forin of Nelson presiding.  There was but one case, an action for  $100 damages which W. Long claimed  of Lou Faulkner in connection with an  auto collision early in the summer.  The latter's witnesses were not present and the case had to be adjourned  to a later date to he set by the judge.  The new Peekin theatre not being  ayailable Manager Rodgers has taken  a lease of his present building for  another month, and will continue the  usual Wednesday and Saturday  nights shows there as before. The  bricklayers are now at work in the  new structure putting in the picture  macnine operating room, and the  plasters are also busy, but as yet the  new chairs ha^s not corns to hand.  John Keen, M.P.P., Kaslo, was a  yisitor here between trains on Monday, keeping in touch with his constituents interests at this end of the  riding. Mr. Keen has the assurance  from the minister of public works  that a grant will be immediately available for the entension of the good  roads from the Bevan garage north  through town to a point beyond the  English Church. The Federal truck  which was shipped out will be brought  back and the work started early next  month.  Wm. Ramsay of Nelson, the public  works department engineer in West  Kootenay, was here on an official  yisit on Saturday. He states that as  fast as the small crew available can  hustle things a special effort is being  made to get the preliminary construc  tion work on the Sirdar-Kuskanook  well along so that should snowy or  other unfayorable weather arise it  will be possible to keep work on the  highway going until completed if at  all feasible.  Standard TouringCar $740.00  Runabout   ....    710.00  Sedan 1250.00  Coupe .....     1050.50  Chassis 675.00  Truck Chassis    .    ,    . 750.00  Prides are f.o.b. Ford, Ont.  and do not include any  Federal or other taxes.  SarusiiiiQ  Be^UB-^-UIIIV  One 1919 Ford  III  BSB  Haa-*!  IIVHBB  wvvu  0������r**m  ��������� ������������������flB**  VUl -t  $750.00  withStarting and Lighting  System.  One 1917 Ford  One 1914 Ford  575.00  400.00  The above cars are in Al shape  ���������some just overhauled.  If you think you can use a car  to advantage call and see  these. We wiii give terms  and take notes' of reliable  parties.  Oreston Auto & Supply  R. S. BEVAN, Prop.  For Your Bedroom  Furniture in one of the period styles  would be  particularly pleasing and always in good taste.  At this season reproductions of Antique  Furniture are much favored, and we are  showing many attractive designs.  Call and see our large stock of high-class Furniture.  Hardware & Furniture Supply  M. J. BOYD Company Manager  Satisfying, Appetizing  - - -  Readily Served  From thc accompanying list you have a splendid  range of ready-to-serve dishes���������some admirably adapted for lunches, while others are the kind for the old-  time "square meal"; the stuff that makes you fit to stand  up to any day's work. In these latter we specially recommend ROAST MUTTON and ENGLISH BRAWN  Some of our other lines are���������  ���������Wi- fm       \0*t    ^^  pi^R-WB  Se*      IM       W    M  -M -*-*-  t      t   II M-i 4k .Ah-    H-h-O.S.  I  mm imm. mm*. ������ mm mm mnn     dm*   im mm   tm  _mm mm   j ! ������i ���������<��������� doing un well an could be expected.  KHHIIIIH*     Infill AIbI*    l!     AI_th..m..,.|i���������K..ft!wHCh������oll������.������,ml  Iieen   .M.M.ieiiv   eeifeie    em-   eit'jei    v. ....>>>.....,  :'for tin- |*iii'--hut;o of the  Urtrry Wright  .' ' Me.(���������!:   i.f   lul'*   ���������wljohiin;*;   the  l^J-|^*ja   -J*-******   ff tr-^ f .,,*������  m������fo a a a cr tucs-cu  Beef Steak and" Onions,    Boneless Pigs Feet*    Boiled  CartCtdian -Qamer*    Spaghetti and Cheese.    Sliced  Smoked Beef.    Corn Beef.    Corn Beef Hash  Pork and Beans���������3 sizes.    Tomato and  assorted Soups,    Peanut Butter.  These are the well-known CLARK goods. Wo guarantee)  both their quality and freshness.  MAWSON  BROTHERS  Hotter Service  ���������Ucneral Merchants  JLower I'ricc-s  ���������heeeil  mmmBttmxtiimmfmmmmmmm  mm/am  .^^^-^Zxm^izyzz;^  snafflM  iw.e������!*W.M*���������������(*  HHM.H-Miw.ww-��������� iliii..ii.iririMMtl^iik*iMi1l[iMi^lliiUitiili.Miii*.ii.ii.ii'     i  n ir il   niirnini-tflltttttt^^  mmuSUAmmimiiMitu  SSffll


Citation Scheme:


Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics



Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            async >
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:


Related Items