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Array ���������'gjfflia^^  v  *m\ff*\f  s,ct t % 1920  C-  **=^'-^r:  ,-/  Provincial Library apl 21  Vol. XII.  CBESTON, B. Q., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1920  No. 31  raw sLxnioms dig  Except in Fruit  There   was   added   interest  in   tne  fruit section  this year due the addition of at least three silyer cups, and  the wisdom of introducing a trophy  for a three box lot was eyidenced in  the   keen  competition   for  this   cup,  there being an even half-dozen entries,  while the going after the fiye-boac lot  was not materially lessened.    Bather  a noteworthy feature in fruit is that  P. R. Truscott carried off three prizes  with one and the same box of Jonathans:   The Review cup, for the best  box in the show, the best box of the  variety and also the best packed box.  It is doubtful if the performance has  eyer been duplicated in the province.  The S. A. Speers cup   for  the   five  bos  lot  goes to P. R. Truscott  With  Delicious,-  W. V. Jackson   scoring   a  close second.     The Canyon City Lumber Co. Cup for three boxes goes to  Mrs.  J.  W.  Hamilton,   while   J.  M.  Craigie  gets   Mawson   Bros. Cup for  the box of pears.   "With  the Speers  cup this has now been won twice by  the Truscott ranch  and  another win  will   make it   their   permanent  property.  In the single box lots the Mcintosh.  Wagner. Wealthy, Delicious and  Jonathan were most in evidence,  J. M. Craigie's Macs getting him two  red tickets���������the first for variety and  first for best colored box, Mrs, J. W.  Hamilton scored first in Wagners, 1������.  V. Jackson first in Delicious, nnd J.  M. Craigie was also on top in We&i*  . thys. In the plate displays of apple's  the Brickssn section carried off the  major share of the prizes, Lewis  Littlejohn, Walter Hall and E. A.  Penson being prominent amcng the  winners, with Huygens & VanAekeT-  an of Canyon.City, and Sani Moon of  Wynndel also welled thkfSri*? -^   " *"  In the plums the display of cratfe  was confined to Pond Seedlings and  Italian prunes. In the former John  Ryckman was the winner, while* W^  S. McAlpine^ got the R. P. Green  special in prunes.  In the fruit section mention iy due  the display of box apples from lhe  Ashley Cooper & Sons ranch at Wynndel. These arrived too late to lie  entered for competition but to fair  yisitora the impression was quite general that his Gi-avensteins were quite  tbe best in the building and both his  Wagners and Jonathans would haye  made a great run for the first money  had they been judged in these classes.  While the display in Ihfc H-tHt  sections was possibly 20 per cent,  lighter than in 1919, some idea of this  year's display can be gleaned from the  secretary's books which showed a  matter of 262 entries from 43 exhibitors, the more prominent of whom  were Huygens Sc VanAckeran, Sam  Moon, John Ryckman, W.V..Jackson,  J. M. Craigie, Jas. Compton, Truscott,  Bro-**., C. O. Rodgers, and B. A. Pen-  eon.  Por what is commonly termed a dry  year the display of roots and vegetables was nothing short of marvellous���������both in quantity and quality-Tin practically every class. Por a comparison with last year's exhibit it will  suffice to say tnat in 1910 there was  only one entry in the best collection,  whilst this year there were seven, and  four of them of very high order.  Other heavv sections were carrots,  beets, onions, corn, parsnips and  mangolds. Crate tomatoes which  formerly got past with two entries  had   half a dozen-this  year and  the  best collection of   vegetables,  which  carried  with it the   Board of Trade  Cup.   G. Cartwright, E. Simmons and  Jas. Cook all had displays that looked  50-50 propositions, although   the two  latter led in the matter of quantity,  Mr. Simmons with 36 different specimens and Mr. Cook with 34.   The red  ticket, however found its way to the  Cook   collection, which   swowed   the  most care in staging .and also had the  additional merit of being grown on a  town lot planted   for the first time  this year.    Mr. Simmons was awarded  the second prize.  A distinguished conduct medal is  awarded E. S. Cuming who made a  display of water and musk melons.  Both were splendid samples���������the three  of the latter were particularly large.  Mr, Cuming has had great success this  year in raising musk melons, and has  found quite a good local market for  his entire crop. The C. O. Rodgers  ranch at Canyon City had a remarkable display of sunflowers which have  been grown this vear foi- silo purposes  successfully. Some of these wonld  i uh at least twelye feet and carried a  n ee load of. leayes, a well proportion-  stalk and nicely sized heads.  In roots and vegetables the secretary's records account for some 120  entries divided amongst 31 competi  tors, prominent amongst whom were  A. Comfort, S. Moon, Mrs. Jos. Stinson and Geo. Cartwright.  The outdoor show was hardly up to  last year in either tbe livestock or  poultry classes. In the former this  was due in some measure to the late  season keeping ranchers occupied with  haying operations. .The Stockbreeders  Clip for best beef type animal goes to  J. K. Webstefi i-Vhile Jas. Compton's  registered Holstein landed the Bank  of Commerce Cup for best dairy type  animal. Fred Smith had it all his  .awti way in sheep, and there were no  pigs shown. In horses the biggest  ;fl*e$3?*������-j*^^  prizes/Wenfe. to Victor Cai-r'and Geo.  Johnson.' Geo. Hood's general purpose team was a little too good for the  others and- he; was awarded the Geo.  Johnson cup in that section.  Iii poultry a trio of Nelson fanciers  helped to swell the exhibit, which otherwise ^would have been very light.  The livliest competition was in the Any  Other Vai-iety where Muud Botteril  was first with Buff Orpington pullet;  Fred Smith first with Spanish Ham  burg cock; H. Currie, Nelson, first on  a Rhode Island White cockerel; aud  A, Wallach, Nelson first with Black  Minorca hen. Mrs. C. O. Rodgers got  the W. V. Jackson cup for best male  male bird in the show with Barred  Rocks, and Mr. Maber of Nelson took  the C. G. Beunett special for pens with  White Leghorns.  The Juvenile section is another class  that hardly held its own with former  years, with competition keenest in the  cooking and drawing. Rose Cherrington had a field day of it in this class  securing half a dozen first prizes on as  many entries, including the Methodist  Ladies' Aid special for centrepiece.  The biggest entry list was in Mrs.  Ebbutt's special for drawing of a cup  and suncer in which Phyllis Hamilton  wiis tlie winner, with Wilfrid Mason  second. Next to the drawing interest  was shown in the light iced cake in  which first went to Lizzie Lewis, with  Dolly Smith, a seven-year old exhilv..  tor second.  Plants and Flowers showed a decided  improvement over last year, in spite  of the none too favorable weather that  prevailed the day preceding the fair.  The work of the judges in thiH clnsH is  open to criticism. In roses first prize  wiih withheld from Mi-h. C. O. Rodgers  1920 Fair Very  Best cm Record  The biggest and best all round  exhibition ever staged in Creston is  not putting it a bit too strong in  connection with the_ third annual  fall fair of Creston Valley Agricultural Association on Friday and  Saturdav last.  Although Friday's weather was  not exactly the brand desired it  had very iittie effect in keeping  home exhibitors whose entries had  to be in the building that day, and  just how enthusiastically Valley  folks took the fair may be gleaned  from Secretary's ; Walmsley's records which show just a few over  1000 entries which came from almost 140 individual exhibitors.  With the exception of fruit and  the horse and cattle classes the  show was at least 25 per cent, better than in 1919 both in quality  and quantity. The most noteworthy showings were in roots and  vegetables, cooking, needlework,  canned goods and plants and  flowers. All these were magnificent. The falling off in fruit was  quite to be expected, in view of the  late and rather unfavorable season  the growers have had to contend  with, and until proper housing  facilities can be provided the show  in livestock and poultry can hardly  be expected to be as large as it  ordinarily would be.  Judging was completed by 1  p.m. in all but the fruit sections,  and about 1.30 the opening ceremonies took place.    President GO.  *v*       ���������* 0 J ���������..!_ xm    & i."  xvOugei'S  ieiOfrc-u   wlui*   sai>Ioi.aCulu-*.i  to the great stride forward the fair  continues to make and heartily  thanked the many Exhibitors and  all t4������f^^bVk������m^^4^ made such  a splendid showing^possihle.  Hon. John Keen, M.P.P., was  delegated the task of officially  opening the exhibition, and in a  characteristic address remarked  that two years ago he predicted  the fair would be held in the fine  main   building    which   has   since  materialized, and ventured the fur  ther   prediction   that   three  years  hence still   more commodious premises   would   be   required.      The  growth  of the  exhibition   but reflected   the    development   of    the  Creston  section   which   Mr. Keen  assured   had  been   more   marked  than at most centres in the province,    The authorities both at Victoria and Ottawa were now aware  of Creston Valley's importance and  that    the    provincial    authorities  were alive to the necessity of this  advancement    was    evidenced    in  their  better  roads  programme at  all points in the Valley and assured  that the same progressive development work would be continued in  1921.    Mr. Keen also took occasion  to refer to the always-timely topic  of Kootenay Flats drainage, reading  correspondence  showing  that  the  matter   was again   occupying  the attention of both the Canadian  and    U.S.   authorities    and    that  gjsvfms*  work  that had  much preliminary  to be attended to before joint ac  tion could be taken to determin  the feasibility of the project was  now being disposed of. After  briefly thanking for the association's thoughtfulness in asking him  to officiate on such an auspicious  occasion Mr. Keen then formally  deelaired the fair open, coupled  with the wish that many more  equally (successful ones would follow.  F. A. Starkey of Nelson, commissioner of the Associated Boards  of Trade of Eastern B.C., was aiso  called upon to speak, and very  briefly referred to his long acquaint  Mr. and Mrs. Rowbury and family  are away at present on a trip to Victoria, in which the superintendent  combines business with pleasure. In  his absence Jas. Turnley is busy re-  noyating the house and adding a fire  place. The house will also be shifted  to a new site.  There will be the usual fortnightly  dance at the schoolhouse on Saturday,  the proceeds to go to the piano fund,  and arrangements are being made to  entertain a goodly number of visitors  from other points.  Parents and children are reminded  of Sunday School, which will be held  at the schoolhouse on Sunday morning at 10.30.  Mrs. F. Power was another of the  Listerities who yisited the fair at  Nelson last week, getting home on  Saturday.  Stump pulling operations via caterpillar engine process are at a standstill at present, owing to a smash up  on some of the gear apparatus of the  engine, that necessitate sending out  for new parts.  Jos. W. Bell left on Monday for  ELaslo, where he will be located for a  few days looking after the appointment of deputies for the taking of the  temperance plebiscite vote at the  Kaslo end of the constituency.  Lister school children to the number  of 21, accompanied by the teachers,  were taken to Creston fair on Saturday in the Lister-Creston transfer  driven by E. Thompson, who says it  was the largest load he has ever taken  into Creston. Besides the 21 children  there were also five adults. The trip  was a most enjoyable one in spite of  poor roads, and the car climbed the  steep places without difficulty.  Lister school children from Junior  2nd to Senior 4th competed at Creston  tance with the Kootenays and the fa|P for the prizes awarded in writing.  steady   and    substantial   progress  Creston had made in the t^ssc few  years.     Touching on reclanaation  he told of the matter having Jbeen  discusred with Sir Henry Drayton  and   Hon. Dr. Tolmie, two ������������dej������Vi    The school scholars are busy prepar-  cabinet minister^ w^h^������^^ Mf^^^g^^^^^^S:  Nelson  last  week, both  of  whom, drills, foi '  had assured that it was a project  that was deserving of the best attention of the authorities.  attractive  prize offered   went  to Mr.  Bush.     The McLeod Htoie special for j due to the tact  that sue  showed iom-  potatoeH   went  to   .Iiih. Maxwell, who | inHtond of three,   n   second   prize only  led the way in an entry of seven, and  the Butterfield ���������& Hon upeeial for cabbage went to Jvlrn. J oh. .Sliusou. Pins  cabbage (section attracted a lot of attention due to the show of a couple of  jumbo heads that must hav*' went  over .A pounds by Jotni -vJuiihou, a  newcomer on the W. K. Itrown place.  Pumpkins were another -section that  viHitoi-H much admired, the sizable  -.'pecimens from the <������. Cuitwright nnd  " ��������� < e     ��������� ii..      .. , i  ..      *  ������*ii*l i le-tou   * i* i ei. iit.-i   *i* mxi,   *v * i,   wti,t,,y  ndmii-ntion.  being given in the rose section. For  this lute in the season, pnrticuiarly,  tlie Ilodgcitt blooms could baldly l*c  excelled anywhere, and naturally din-  appointment was felt at the non-award  of the red licUt-l, on io*>c*-> which the  jiui|^t: wcoiy iicuoovvic.if.1 a ucn: tur  first prize, display. Coi. pele.nl, auth-  oritiCH claim that had there been less  than the required number hIiowu the  prize nhould not, 1><-awarded, bnt where  ;;* c:st:-:i -.-.".'.'.. hi evidence the.  award nhould have been made.    Other  When   it euine  to  making iiwuiiIh,   outstanding    feature--;    ot     the-     class  hivi*v.*i*    lln*     iinli'i-r-    ��������������� I iilrhi-d      t ln*i������* i V* i* I ,'  thr i.hn VV of fe I'll!.. b(' j^OlUll::, t.Wl'li  Mrs. Bennett was easily first in the  former, and Mrs. Rodgers' begonias  certainly deserved the honors���������and  the many expressions of admiration  heard of them���������while Mrs. Sinclair  Smith's sweet peas well sustained the  1'ejiitLutie.iii of the Smith flower garden.  In the best collection Mrs. Edmondson  had excellence in a variety of house  plants that would be hard to beat: In  ornamental house plant Mrs. Rodgers  and Mrs. McCreath_\vere close competitors, with the award in favor of the  fo'-mer.  The  intense interest taken   in   the  needlework section   is    best   gleaned  from   a total  of 103  entries  from  36  competitors.    The premier  honors in  this class went to Mi-s.Geo.Cartwright  who scored firsts in  collection of crochet   and collection   of   needlework.  Both  these sections   attracted   close  scrutiny by the host of lady visitors ttt  the fair and assuredly the display war  ranted it.    In  crochet collection Mrs.  Oartwright was first in a field of seyen  and in needlework collection she led in  a class of four.      In corset, coyer yoke  Mrs. W. S. Watson was winner in  a  class of eight, and Mrs. A. L. Cameron  and Mrp. Jas. Cook each beat six others in  the work  apron  and handknlt  docks sections,    Miss Lillian Chcrring  ton was the  lucky one of five in the  hulk's'  sweater,  and   Mi-h. Jas.  Chei-  rington's house drees was tho best of  the lour shown.  In the f-oolcirnr class the Indies' were  equally prominent in their elfort to  make the fair a success, with the re-  biill thai tht'i-i*. v.au *. vliujilay of plain  and fancy baking that ban never been  equalled in Creston. Equally satisfactory it* the fact that the jnl/.ca aie well  ell-.H euiil.cu    titti     ii.iv;    tny, iiciu ui -Li'iii-  petiturii. The flour i.pecinl-i were re-  Hpont-tiole for a yery large entry in the  bread section*) in which the winners  were: Vive Rouen Mpecial, Mi-h. J. F,  Hayden; Robin Hood upeeial, Mm.  Htoclcn; OtiritcKttipcciai, Mr-i.C-tai-lund.  MiH. K. ll. ./aukuon wiih the winner in  a large entry for lemon   pic, and   Mn--.  Outdoor attractions were provided in the shape of races, chiefly  for the children, those in charge  providing six events for each of the  school districts, most of which attracted a good field of entries.  Creston and Porthiil also hooked  up in the final baseball match of  the season, which Creston won by  score of 13-5, the winners display-  Pridcipal   Lewis   bad   heen   training  them for this competition for sever at  weeks and 17 entries were made, xne  prises were won by Murielle Milling-  ton 1st and Dorothy Weston 2nd.  dialogues   and   musical  anksgiving Day, Oct. 18.  almost equally large class for apple  pie. Mrs. S. Moon had the best layer  cake iced, while out of eight contestants Mrs. Geo. Johnson again took  first prize on fruit cake.  Sharing equally with the cooking  the distinction of getting most attention was the Canned Goods class in  which there was the largest-ever entry  amongst eighteen home canners, Mrs.  Payne well sustained her reputation  in thin connection, taking first prizes  for collection of canned fruit, collection 12 jars canned goods, and six jars  of anything made from tomatoes.  The Birks silver medal for jam was  won by Mrs. W. P. Stark. There was  a decided improvement in the show of  dairy products in which Mrs. T. E.  Goodwin got both firsts in one pound  print und three pound roll of butter.  The school district competitions,  which was tried ont for the first time,  was a decided -success generally speaking. What disappointment there was  is due to the slim show of vegetables  or fruit which w.ere culled for in each  of the fiye school districts. Creston  hnd i������ wonderful display of maps���������f������4  of them���������bnt only three collections of  vegetables, and with the other dio  tiictH the ratio wiih much the same.  In the f.'ine-y work '-e-rtion Mm. M.  li. Long hnd an interesting sample of  needlework done by her gi-andmother  nltm-cit   eighty   yeai-M   ago   that    win  1 1 *> 1 .1 ��������� I? * 10,    x ^x*  , I I  < I i    1 . ... |  ........ , ......   had a display of honey in the frame in  the dairy products class that attructed  no end of attention, while on the  tahle almost at the entrance wiih a  display of fi-nil, nnd vegetables made-  up in wax liy 1'. I etnti lint w.t.-, t.ti i:i*i:.c  an iinilutioit of Ilu* ii-ul at t u;l������...> :.:. In  deee-ivc*   most  evervone   who  did   not  A number here are busy putting in  concrete well for their domestic water  supply, following the lead of Col.  Lister who is the first to try them out.  Messrs. John Head and A. Bradly are  now working on theirs.  For Thursday eyening, Oct. 14th-  Mesdames John Noble and Jt?s. Turn,  ley will head a committee of ladies  who are putting on a dance in the  schoolhouse. the proceeds of which  will be used to boy new rolls for tbe  player piano. A good turnout has  been promised from both Crerton and  Canyon.  Lister T. &. T. Co. had a very busy  day of it on Saturday last transporting both the juvenile and adult population to and from Crepton fair, at  which Lister was largely represented.  xi   VUfi  have shown  heiida   most    when    they   taekh-d   t he ' p< an and t he  ornamental house plant. I A. L. Cameron wuii   the winner   in an   nci-utini/e tne exninu. tuoseiy.  ing the best form  all through the season.  Outside judges were engaged to  make the awards in every department and but very little complaint is heard of their work. S.  McGorman of Calgary, Alta., made  the awards in livestock; T. Edwards of Victoria had charge of  the poultry; W. H. Robertson of  Victoria, E. C. Hunt of Nelson  handled the fruit and vegetables;  Mrs. Mohr of Willow Point the  cooking; Mrs. Hugh Ross of Nelson  tho needlework, and Mrs. Garland  Foster of Nelson the school district's display.  The main building was appropriately dec-orated for the occasion,  thanks to tlie etforts of the local  troop of boy scouts, and a splendid  lighting system was provided by  R. S. Bevan who had the building  permanently wired and very kindly  handled the lightning ot tho hail  hy liir, ntoragt *ylee������r������e liurht avsteni  which ho transferred from his  garage.  Secretary Walmsley is busy at  present making up the statement  of the fair to bo presented at a  direet-orH' meeting tonight and vve  are utinhle to get the attendance  liguiv.ti bnt taking the gate receiptm  for it it in evident the crowd in  attendance was fully equal to hint  year.  /-*. i      ....  . r          < l. .  LJV.ll.^    .-.      :*;iie������i H| ,'*    "���������       ���������*.*(>.������<<-     iii.-  r.tiMieatiM.i   of   th"   oflieinl   \nt   of  pri/ewininTH is. held over until next,  i <  I   Wt-t'ti.  mm.0X,immiii0im  '^m^9Mi?wi&-i   ���������S}M*m*0!!0'***''mm ���������������'*>,������������IW'm.<������.l'W������������������'l mn II ������ nm 0001 ,i,....lt���������m.m���������..,���������,.���������.m..,m.i���������i....0:,...���������,,ii.ii, u in,i,���������.,,,���������, i.,.,.,,,,..,..  mdmtxmmmm0mmmdmAt0mxm.~00100.01-t ^0^.0*0001.""'���������'���������i*^    ������������������li-'WWWel'W.MlM^  WSfflfijffl^SSESB'^^  WW  ��������� JW������M,0h^****---*iiiH****--^W 1*,e**-������4H  i������mmmtimw������it4ii*<t.*hiimi't n*** B^wwfc'*-!'.-^ n in  iMpMr ~mrmtm~ma*v^  *%ftf������3***i^^ TH&     BEVIEW,     CRESTON,  On Body and Face, Red and Itchy.  Cried For Hours-. Lasted a Year,  *'A rash started all-over my littlo  girl's body, and she had some on her  ���������su. .    face.    It started in a pimple  KV-Vy that was full of water, and  it got red and itchy.     She  cried for hours. Thi3 trouble  lasted a year.  "Then I started with a free  sample of Cuticura Soap  and Ointment. I bought more, and  I used four cakes of soap and three  boxes of Ointment which healed her."  (Signed) Mrs. Dora Langly, 1032  Gertrude St., Verdun, Que., August  11, 1918. _  The Cuticura Toilet Trio  Consisting of Soap, Ointment and  Talcum is an indispensable adjunct  of the daily toilet in maintaining  skin purity and skin health.  Soap 25c. Ointment. 25 and 50c.   Sold  M������~Gt35*'lCvI'ib..C j*.OX7������Ia12CX2. vCGfi.jiSI'.i^CpG*..  Lyra ens. Limited, St. Paul St., Montreal.  ������;g3^~Cuticura Soap shaves -without mug.  its endurance. A rapidly drying  splash of gore, a smear of terra-cotta  against the deeper red of sunburn,  was all that was left to tell where one  mosquito, at least, had fed unmolested, and died happy.  Haight resumed his seat again and  watched Timberley unjoint his rod.  "Aren't you going to try for another?" he asked.  "Nope,", answered Timberley;  "one's enough for a feed all round.  That fellow weighs a good th-ee  pounds and a half, and I'm getting  hungry as a marooned beaj- on a barren island. Besides, I want to talk  to you, Bob, and we might as well  get busy. What are you going to do  about this fellow Dorkin?"  "I'm going to do whatever you advise, Tom. You're my lawyer, aren't  you? I'm paying vou for advice,  ain't I?"  Timberley tied up liis rod-case,  slipped his fly-book in his h'ip pocket,  and frowned. He came- over and  stood before Haight, watched him as  he extracted a pinch of brown stringy  tobacco from a cotton pouch and  placed it in one corner of his cavernous mouth, then said:���������  "Francis Stanley and this man Dorkin are one and thc same; no doubt  of that. You, as his cousin, have enjoyed what is rightfully his for five  ycars; no doubt of that either. He  disappeared as effectively as though  the earth had swallowed him up. The  money and property left him by a  deceased aunt reverted to you; the  only thing it could do under the circumstances. I was glad to see it  that way. I'll confess. I could always handle you, Bob, and I rather  longed to handle your money. I've  done so and you haven't lost anything, isn't that right?"  Haight nodded.  "Well, as you know, you've got  sonic���������a good deal���������of that money  tied up in investment. It's going to  put you in a pretty box if this Dorkin  finds out.      Get me?"'  Again Haight nodded. "Can he  really do anything- to me?" hc inquired.      "You claim that you advertised  , ,,-,,.       -it       i   r        ar   high  and low for    information     con-  rock,   rubbed   his   right  hand   tree  or j ������������������������������������:..��������� ���������*_.*���������.*���������*������  moisture  on  his  sleeve,  then  glanced  at   his   companion.       His  lips  parted  in a sinister smile, but apparently he  Are Your Nostrils Full  Of Catarrhal Discharge?  /  If so,  It's  Time  You  Got Wise  to  Catarrahozone,  the  One  Certain  v Cure.  By no other means can you get relief so quickly as from Catarrhozone.  It's the most direct remedy���������direct  because you breathe it to the very  spot that is irritated and full of  catarrhal    germs.      Nothing    round-  Serious House Shortage  Every Man Should Endeavor to Own  His Own Home.  Those newcomers entering our  town and making this thcir home  havc our sincere sympathies if in  looking for a home they seek in vain.  By a home we mean a real home, one  fit to live in and that gives a sense  aiid feeling of satisfaction.  The shortage of    homes    while    a  moMnm  about in the    Catarrhozone    method,   serious matter, yet is one of encour-  ARCHIE P. McKISHNIE  ^  Printed    by    Special    Arrangements   with   Thos.   Allen,  Toronto, Ont.  It acts instantly, clears the throat of  phlegm, stops the hacking cough, relieves tight chest, removes bronchial  irritation.  So healing and soothing is -Catarrh-  ozen, so full is it of curative essences  that winter ills flee before it.. Carry  a Catarrhozone Inhaler in your purse,  in your pocket, use it to ward off  your little colds before they grow big.  Dollar outfit lasts two months, small  size 50c, trial size 25c; all dealers or  the Catarrhozone Co., Kingston, Canada.  agement to the newcomer. /It shows  progressiveness, it points out that by  building he will have a far readier  sale for his own home if he desires  to move. It indicates a demand, and  a demand in a case of this kind is  better than an over-plus. t  In making this place *j^our new  home also make it your purpose to  own your home by building. Build  now, when thc opportunity is the  greatest.     Any lumber, dealer is fully  22-dge Before and After Stropping  (Magnified).  It's the stroppin  that counts!  it  *m~  (Continued)  Timberley laid his fly-book on  the  played square, and in spite of a lot of  meannesses you possess, I like you  better than anybody I know. I'm a  queer devil and a crank along/ some  lines. You possess a nature I  wouldn't wish on a grizzly bear, but I  like you a lot just the same. Trouble  is, you will let your Indian disposition carry you away. You put this  cousin of mine to the wall, and it  wouldn't surprise me if you spoilt this  world for him just as you did the  other, because he did you an injury  as you thought  equipped to render every co-operation in showing plans, figuring costs,  etc.  Battleford and Lloydminster Crops.  In the Battleford and Lloydminster  districts, threshing has commenced  and a considerable amount of grain  has reached thc elevator, onc elevator  receiving 15,000 bushels last week.  While in some limited areas in this  As you like about i district some of the wheat was sprouting, general conditions are very favorable.  ccrnmg him  Timberley  smlied.      "My clear fellow, is it necessary for me to inform  thought  better  of  speaking  wha"t  he | you  that  your lawyer, particularly  if  had    intended    to  say.       He  tiptoed   he \- working for your best interests,  softly to the edge of the stream aud  by a dexterous twist of the wrist sent  the artificial fly far up against thc  white-maned stream.  Scarcely had it touched the water,  close to thc edge of a miniature eddv,  than a big trout leaped for it. There  was a dipping of the suppie rod, a  whizzing drone of the reel, and-high  in air, the water-bubbles flashing  from its rainbow sides like a shower  of .pearls, the gamest of all game fish  leaped, to fall back again and dart  upstream like an arrow shot from a  bow.  Haight, leaning dejectedly against  thc  tree, sat up  with  interest.  Once again thc bi*? fish leaped high  above the-* rapid. Haight sprang to  his long legs so swiftly that his hat  fell off, leaving his bald head exposed to sun and flies. "By George,"  he cried excitedly, "he's a beauty,  Tom, a beauty! Keep the tip of  your   rod   down,   you   idiot."  Tinibe rley   shot   him   a   lor-.k   from  tlir corners of h:s eye?.      "Y**u mind  yorr  own   bu***-:n���������'**���������������,     you  fr*---**.il.''  he  grnn*-*il.       "Wit  that, but what I want to know is,  what are you going to do to Edna  Marsh for making you the laughingstock of your friends, down yonder?"  A shiver ran through Timberley's  tense form and his hands clenched  and unclenched in a paroxysm of  feeling.  "Haight," hc said in ominous tones,  "you'd better drop this subject. I  won't stand for you speaking of her  in this fashion. I won't stand for  you speaking of her at all. Understand?"  (To bc continued)  Faint and Dizzy Spells.  Weakness and  Shortness of Breath.  is uauie to ten you anyiningr ino,  Haight, I didn't advertise for the  rightful heir. I'll be candid with  you. I didn't think it at all necessary. He was a dying man when���������  when he left the city. His own doctor told me that it was but a quest, on  of weeks, even days, before he caved  in. Hc was soaked with morphine,  a veritable wreck of a human being.  By God, Haight, it would surely have  killed a weaker man than he."  Timberley removed his hat and  mopped his brow with his handkerchief.  "He didn't go under," hc continued; "he came up here, and th:s place,  this big woods with its glories, took wisc they coll]d be stronR atl(j healthy  hold of that rotnnant of a being and ;f tnev would oniv pay some attention  remade- him, built him up into tne to .\.c first S;RT1 0f ht-Tirt weakness.  finest specimen of manhood I have j N0 remedy will do so much to  ever beheld. Haight, it's uncanny,'make the heart regain strength and  but just the same it's wonderful and vigor, regulate its beat and restore  sublime. I'm no ranter, or raver, or it to a healthy and normal condition  nature-enthusiast,  but   I   know   when  as Miiburn's Heart and Nerve Pills,  You can generally tell when the  heart is affected by the faint and dizzy spells, the shortness of bfeath. nal-  pitation, throbbing, irregular beating-,  smothering sensations, weak, sinking,  all-gone feeling, choking sensation,  etc.  Many men .and women become  rundown   and   worn   out   when   othcr-  "Pape's Diapepsin" for  Indigestion  "Pape's Diapepsin" is tlie quickest, surest  relief for Indigestion, Gases, Flatulence,  Heartburn, Sourness, Fermentation or Stomach Distress caused by acidity. A few tablets give almost immediate stomach relief and  shortly the stomach is corrected so jou can  eat favorite foods without fear. Large ca.se  costs only 60 cents at drug store. Absolutely  harmless and pleasant. Millions helped annually. Largest selling stomach corrector  in   world.  Any razor is soon  ruined by unskill&d  stropping. There is one  and one only razor that  sharpens itself ��������� the  AutoStrop Razor, You  can't strop it Wrongly���������  "!?'! SI*?* e������1 ���������������***. 4-l������ 0X 00 0-0000.���������  JUOb OiiJ/ UIC O J.J. ������-������JJ  through the irame and  a few strokes to and fro  will renew the blade  edge.  Aily dealer will demonstrate the AutoStrop Razor  to you, guarantee satisfaction, or refund of purchase  price.  Only   $5.00  complete with strop and twelve  blades in an attractive assortment of cases to suit any  purpose.  AutoStrop Safety Razor Co., Limited  AutoStrop Building, Toronto, Canada  \ zo1  CASCARETS  Good Wheat Yield  M Saskatchewan  T.tiqur  '?  P-   J  ed  ncr  thi-   tr--**-.!   o-  "yl''y p!;*y  he   .���������*���������!*.���������-.������������������ *( -.1,  . i--.,  :y\.vay '.  what he's  ��������� ���������i.  11. VV  (lt\-  man !"  ��������� ii.  ������������������rd.  li.it  r.i.  vln*.:-  ���������:���������   ki:  to take off my hat and bow down to  some mightier force than myself. I'd  hate to think I was not broad enough  for that, Haight.  "And sec here, there's no getting  away from the fact that thc big shag-  land holds a spell. Up here, a fellow  g.*.���������L**,   thinking,  gets.,  reviewing     little  Mrs. C. A. S. Drake, Paris. Onf.,  writes:���������"I have'used'-on towards thc  second box of Miiburn's Heart and  Nerve Pills and find they have done  me good. 1 had those fainting, dizzy  sdcIIs, once in a while, and also weakness and shortness of breath, and  would become so choked up at times  i'l   could   hardly   sleep   without   sitting  u t  things, big things wc would call them,        .     ,    .      .... ,, . t  i ���������     .i,���������   Zi .    n.���������i   u   ���������ii   ���������-,.*,i.nc *UP  m   bed.     When   walking   too   fast  down   in   the   city,   a   lit:. 1   '"^j1 WO!J,d hav e to stop and try to catch  h.,.*   ashamed    yes    ashamed.       You, b        ,       T   f       '    ,       h\ j  can t   think certain   thoughts up  here,, j f d ,��������� d k that  llai-ht. any more than you can use -a ',        h hdped   me  wonderfully  n  a. cathedral     where     thc   ,   ,;>.���������.���������   ;mpro;cd   vcry  ->r! ���������*--<-* lanity  in  a. cathedral     where;  I ...,;���������. ,j "lights fleck in and the  as  -.taiiii u  ��������� o i \  M-k-  1    'ev  t.\  pictured Maelonna stands clos*.: to the wax  crueiiiw and thc music drifts into you  from thc big organ. You can't do  it and stick around. I've got to  work fast to do what I must do, or  I 'li Io-m* my nerve."  Haight    nuinchcd   liis   fine   cut,   his  ���������i all   blue-   e'yes   winking   out   at   the  mn-*. strewn   mo.sslai.d.  "You're- a dannie-d fool," he growl-  ������'d. "Now you just listen to Hie.  \'i.i'j.'v a lawyer nnel, if onc can bc-  lie**..* what the; papers say, a clever  ein,*. You've: won some big cases.  You're -aiel to !>'��������� hard, far-sieing, re-  i'nih* *-, but you are slated for K.C.  line: up he-re and p;e*t, chuck full  ��������� I of rot, that's what, you do.  ynii do is ^et back te> where  e*l more-' at home and do it  Ci������������������' h.'i'-k there anel ge t in  Incieie utally a dej.se ol  1 wo'ileln'i hurt you ;iny. Yeuir  I  r.'ckon."  s   sei  as  to  meet  "What's   th,*  I   have   improved   very   much."  Price   50c.  a  box   at  all   dealers  or  mailed  direct on   receipt  ot   price  by  I The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto. Ont.  No Failures Reported on Well Cultivated Land.  Notwithstanding the (rains since  crops were cut and "the hold-up 'of  threshing for ten days, grain threshed in thc Moose Jaw and Swift Current districts, and all Southwestern  Saskatchewan is grading No. 1 Northern, says the Saskatchewan Farmer.  Thc straw is colored but the grain is  in perfect condition, weighing over  60 pounds to the bushel. The yield  of wheat is reported in most cases as  bstter than expected. Where the  yield is light, farmers invariably give  the reason as "poor cultivati'on."  There arc no failures on summer fal-  ~t  Jhey Work while you Sleeps  Knock on wood! You're feeling  fine, eh? That's great! Keep the  entire family feeling that way always  with occasional Cascarets for the  liver and bowels. When bilious,  constipated, headachy, unstrung, or  for a cold, upset stomach, or bad  breath, nothing acts like Cascarets.  No griping, no inconvenience. 10,  25, 50 cents.  The orifice of thc whale's ear is  scarcely perceptible, yet it is said that  lows well cultivated and free from ; thc whale's hearing is so acute that a  wyeds. The yield on such fields is , ship crossing its track half a mile dis-  <ibovc the average. i rant, wiii cause it  Lumber to U.S.  Lumber shipments from St. John,  New Brunswick, to thc United States  for quarter ending June 30, were valued at $1,467,377.14. For the same  period last year thcy were valued at  $-164,545.20.  Do not Huffe**  another <la\ \:..a  Itch in*,', bleeding, or lTeetrild-  ing Piles. No  ���������sun:leal operation required.  Dr. Chase's, Ointment will relievo you at oneo  ���������mil afford Instiiif? bcaeflt. 00c. a l)e].x; all  Ie:il**-VH. or Ednianion, Butcs Sc Co., Limited,  t'oronto. Sample l'-ox free lf yen me-ntlon tulj  >aper and encloso 2c. -stump to pay postage.  i  orel  ���������r,  .1  in*;   eye*  ,'pia re Iy  n < ��������� t h i ��������� ��������� ;.���������;  -    *.i,    ,Imo  ,1 1: '!    Oil  II 1:  lll-  lll   I le*i*  ,el.   ...4  .ill  .1 I  . 1' y   s 11111111.  *   a   i'.,i t,"  i *  !   put   a   li.  with  i ���������..,  Never  il   on  , n i   |.  M.  L---11~ 'fitttg^ML^tit^  '   t     I'.'lll,*!  ll-      i'l       Id'.* '  are-n't   ymi  ifh !  I .ia.  smw r^mu-tirtttrrsim.if  -WP87 THEPKg  "< ,h.  '/"������������������  "i  ll I'  f i i e i  ���������     .1,,  '.by   ii  ii..'.;'!.  4^-tirS-tiC?.u*S RO-S  ���������t bqy-  the ECONOMY Package  '���������C^-r*  ���������A^V/^^lvr*;-n-'  i \Uf ~ y           Vll:  ��������������������������� -^'i*1*-^* **'-���������'rX'r���������^L.���������...  0~X "tx-s Sx.  ���������rrrr.-nifr.Kit ���������M*W.**f*W.'v,y,ia,   ill .  ,....ILJiiimV,,1   .u,in>M������������������ii-li!e<.i'Mini.i,''������n���������������w  S������m^Wa^^  ���������������������������������������������--'W-M******'*-*'^^ ���������w-j'f^*������i������ffl*f*V'^pjW!  mmrnrn )BESTON,  n  iteanteawr) <  Wkt-'Wtp''   fe*!*4  SS   ���������������* '���������*  %%?  the way Zam-Buk relieves tho  burning and Irritation of eczema,"  writes Miss A. Gallant, of St.  Nichola9/"P.E.I. "For a year I  suffered with this disease, and tried  all kind3 of remedies, but nothing  helped me until I used Zam-Buk.  The continued use of this herbal  balm has completely cured me.  "AKhough it ie now two years  elnce this cure wast effected, ttaero  ban been no return ot the disease."  Zam-Buk la equally good for  ringworm, scalp sores, pimples,  boils, teething rash, " barber's  rash," ulcers, old sores, abscesses,  bad legs, blood-poisoning, piles,  cuts, burns, scalds and bruises. All  dealers or Zam-Buk Co., Toronto.  60c  box, 3 for ������1.25.  Saskatchewan ������/heat  Grading High  *&-~*-~Gg~-*&2&-~^^  Lethbridge Crops Are Heavy  Will   Yield   a   Financial   Return   of  - $55,000,000.  The Lethbridge Herald, in its 22nd  weekly crop report*, estimates the  grain crops in the territory included  in the Lethbridge division of the  C.P.R. will yield a financial return of  $55,000,000, made up as follows:  Twenty million bushels wheat at  $2.25 net average, $45,000,000.  Ten million bushels other grains at  $1.00 net average, $10,000,000.  Thirty million bushels all grain  valued at $55,000,000.  It is estimated that threshing is  about twenty-iive per cent, completed.  Big Percentage of the Grain is Grading No. 1 Northern.  Threshing operations during the  past week in the Moose Jaw district  have proceeded rapidly, despite the  shortage of threshing hands, according to Mr. Hugh McKellar, secretary  of thc Moose Jaw Agricultural Society.  Mr. McKellar states that the Robin  Hood Mills have been receiving* from  8,000 to 10,000 bushels of wheat per  day at thc elevators from the farmers surrounding the city. The big  percentage of the grain received by  the Robin Hood Mills is grading No.  1 Northern, with some No. 2 and No.  3. Another pleasing feature is the  scarcity  of  weeds" among  the  grain.  The October price for wheat at the  present time is $2.65 1-4 and mills are  paying $2.43 at the elevators.  NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY  An������ ides** thai bread shaking *  POOR HEALTH  LIFE'S HANDICAP  ifiieuit operation is a mistake* as  mow be included isi its������ list  m A~9^x*&Btm2m ~~t0~\\  avAagg  bread e&~& b������ baked asid ready f������������*  hours from the time the sponge  detailed instructions -are contained  n Royal Yesai BsJke Book which wlH b������ mmnt  Company Limited* Toronto* Canada;  Bear Island, Aug. 26, 1903.  Minard's  Liniment Co., Limited.   '  Dear Sirs,���������Your traveller is here  today and we are getting a large  quantity of your MINARD'S LINIMENT. We find it the best Liniment on thc market making no exception. We have been in business 13  years and have handled all kinds, but  have dropped them all but yours;  that sells itself; the others have to be  pushed to get rid of.  W. A. HAGERMAN.  An American firm which claims to  be thc largest producer of radium in  the world has guaranteed to produce  3 1-2 ounces of radium every year for  the next 20 ycars. If it can do so, |  the firm will, at the end of that time,  havc netted thc sum' of $180,000,000.  Rich, Red Blood and Strong Nerves  /       Needed to Win Out.  It has been well said that life is a  race. The full bloodtfd man with  sound nerves, the bright-eyed, rosy  cheeked woman invariably win. The  nervous, dyspeptic man, and the ailing anaemic woman are left behind.  Success in life is largely a question  of good health and sound nerves. It  is never the shaky, undecided men  who are chosen for" promotion; the  sickly looking, pale woman is not  sought after like her happy rosy  sisters.  What makes all the difference is  the condition of the blood. If your  blood is thin and poor, your nerves  are bound to suffer, because they  have to depend upon good red biood  for nourishment./ Headaches, undecided will, a shrunken figure and pale,  unattractive face tell only too plainly that the--blood is at fault.  Both men and women in great  numbers have found deliverance  from their inferiority in life's blood  through the use of Ur. Williams'" Pink  Pills. They are a remedy that has  been,a household word for a generation, because they tone up the whole  system, make the blood rich and red  and strengthen the nerves. Mrs. S.  B. Miller, Elmira, Ont., says: "I look  upon Dr. Williams' Pink Pills as a  family medicine,' and have reason to  praise therh for what they have done  in our home._ Some years ago, while  we were living in Alberta, my husband v was so completely run down  that he was unable to do any work,  and even to carry a pail of water  would exhaust him. A doctor was  called in who said his heart was affected, and that medicine would be of  little use to him. This greatly worried me and I finally urged him to  try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. He  began their use and in a short time  the swelling in his hands and feet disappeared. We decided to return to  Ontaria, but the doctor said he could  not stand the trip. But the doctor  was mistaken, for through the use of  the pills, he gained such strength as  to be able to look after the harvest,  and in a month later we returned to  Ontario. My husband still takes a  box or two of the pills twice a year,  and they keep him in good shape. I  have also found the pills good for  my growing daughters, and we are  never without  them in our home."  One of the best things about Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills is that, they do  not contain the slightest trace of  opiates o'r harmful drugs. While  they are overcoming disease they arc  building up general conditions of  good health. You can get these pills  through any dealer in medicine, or  by mail at SO cents a box, or six  boxes for $2.50 from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Salmon Pack Valuable.  Tlie Sockeye Salmon pack in British Columbia this season is valued  at $7,000,000. The cheaper grades  of salmon are valued at approximately the same price.  The-Oil of Power.���������It is not claimed for Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil that  it will cure every ill, but its uses are  so various that it may be looked upon  as a general pain killer. *������It has  achieved that greatness for itself and  all attempts to surpass it have failed.'  Its excellence is known to all who  have tested its virtues and learnt by  experience.  Farmers Buying Tractors.  Approximately $6,000,000 has been  invested by farmers in Saskatchewan  in farm tractors this year, representing the purchase of about 2,000 machines.  The  nearer  the  equator the  more  salty seawater becomes.  The terrible inroads made by the  war upon the men in France leaves  that country at the present time with  only one man to every fifteen women.  A Cure for Rheumatism.���������A painful and persistent form of rheumatism  is caused by impurities in the blood,  the result of defective action of the  liver and kidneys. The blood becomes tainted by the introduction of  ������.-.!.*     rxrxtri  IL Xt-      Ctx..\������,  siieAO   mnrli   *n3.*et  the tissues and in the joints. Parmeiee's Vegetable Pills are known to  have affected many remarkable cures,  and their use is strongly recommended. A trial of them will convince  anyone of their value.  HUBBBHBaSBItB  The Joy Of A  Perfect Skin  iV Know   the joy and  happiness that comes  to one thru possessing  a skin  of purity and  beauty. The soft, -distinguished appearance it  renders brings out your  natural beauty io its full'  Where Builders Are Busy.  Building permits issued in Yorkton  this year so far exceed $400,000. It  is claimed that there is more building going on in Yorkton proportionately than in any other centre in Saskatchewan.  MONEY ORDERS  When ordering goods by  mail, send a D������������  minion Express  Money  Order.  an  liberty Grain B1omt<  'Fan mill and elevator com-,  bined.athalf the cost of an e\e-  vatop- Loads in to boz car, vthBOt.  or bin. One man end -gasolineen*  Sine does the work of 3 men  without shoveling cr lifting..  Elevates, Aitrs.Cloans  scocts  and    p-alishea  wheat or oats, nuking  it.teat    bigiier   end*   bringing   ������   fc-S.ta? ,-^x'*t--'~~[TFn~msKtaiisi~t! -jataaan-wt  prica   usai. oar=si-=������ j  ������������������*  easily moved.  Parties-*,  nlars free  ���������Livrz MFG. CO.,  Portage la Prairie,  Man.      Cu-pt. i-i)  The size of gloves indicates the  number of inches round the knuckles  when the hand is closed.  "COLD IN THE.HEAD"  is an acute attack of Nasal Catarrh. Persons who are subject to frequent "colds in  the head" will find that the use of HALL'S  CATARRH MEDICINE will build up the  System, cleanse the Blood and render them  less liable to colds. Repeated attacks of  Acute  Catarrh  may   lead  to  Chronic  Catarrh.  HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE ia taken internally and acts through the* Blood oa  the Mucoua Surfaces of thc System.  All   Drugfjista  7Sc      Testimonials  free.  $100.00 for^ any case ' of catarrh that  HALL'S CAiARRH MEDICINE wiii not  cure.  F. J.  Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.  Women workers in onc of the large  automobile tire plants in Akron,  Ohio, wiii hereafter receive a minimum wage of $4 per day.  Warts on the hands is a disfigurement that troubles many ladies. Hol-  loway's Corn Cure will remove the  blemishes without pain.  It. rLMJ4^LkKAmdi' AtJtkM mamammmm-J. k \m* u tt^m/mmu^dtttW^ULUUt^M^Jils^illtlULim  YXm-S-ig+WrW j  *���������"    ���������       'nil**��������� min  -���������*-> miinmgi-mmi ���������>**���������*��������� I������ni������H   "���������'I|||  Keeps B-afoy's  Skin Healthy  |P every mother  could; only  maYi/it.    witt    u-uiiKei.'    vvliieu  lurks in the netrlect of chafing  and skin irritations she would  not tako chances on bein^  without Dr. Chase'a Ointment  to apply after baby's bath.  I It lUT-ftNtH th* -flftVfllrtnmont ������*���������������  jttczomt*-,   und   *rnnlto������   th-ft   akin   mott,  ���������smooth and volvoty.  to cents ������ bo*, nit iluuler*, or \Mm~n~<si~,  llatog & Co., Ltel., Toronto.  ���������j-Mj*--'!')^^  kt Ml \\% *W mxm-\. ^^^SrSS^iT^'  Age of the Earth.  How old the earth is can only be  guessed. In 1860 John Phillips estimated the age of the earth at between  38,000,000 and 96.000,000 ycars. Considerable difference in one man's figures. George H. Darwin has discussed thc age of the earth from a  purely astronomical point of view.  From liiq thr-nry of thr e������nrth-i>inon  systcm he derived    an    estimate    of  . f f r rtrtrt nrvfL  11101c   man   ju,*jiiu,iiui>  yu.ua.  About 1,400 Japanese "picture  brides" havc entered the port of  Honolulu every year for the past ten  ycars.  BUY "DIAMOND DYES"  DON'T RISK MATERIAL  Each package of "Diamond Dves" contains directions so simple^ tnat any  woman can dye any material without  streaking, fading or running. Druggist  haa color card���������Tako no other dye!  ffUHUUl rULLI- t*U*J\JV IXClALUX  WTARZO  irrrHOUT pore blood health ts tstpossisiei  BX.OOD  KESICIKB.  BRAIN AND  NERVE FOOS  Trial Bottles either Remedy St.. leading Olie-mlsu of  Vet������r**oRemediesCo.,GospelOak. N.W.5. London. Bm*.  HALF A CENTURY REPUTATION.  D-B C AS COf������'C*','-,-,-*S   POR THE  R.LC uLfctll*? OLIVER "KIDNEYS  Invaluable for diseases ot these Important orsani.  Gra*el. Paint In the Back. Oout, Ithouwatism Hr.ce  ������������., leadlna Chemist* or Dr LE CI.ERO MKO. CO..  HAVKttSTOO* ED- N.W.8. LONDON   BNGLANJV  MEMJ������  MENS   HATS  WILL OUTWEAR  TWO HATS  OF ANV  ���������OTHER MAKE'  Mai* ia Italy  ALL STYLES-ALL COLORS  SEC YOUR LOCAL DEALER  This   Winter   Wh-sa   You  COME to VANCOUVER  On account of the warm -winter climate  of the Pacific Coast, and the" -wonderful  attractions of Vancourer, Canada's greatest  seaport, thousands of Prairie folk are now  planning for their winter's rest and recreation in that famous city.  When you come to Vancouyer, call at  our offices first. Make them your headquarters. Without obligation our entire  organization is at your serrico, or irritc  in advance for any information you wish. I  If you bring your family, you will want |  to rent, or .perhaps to buy, ahouse, or if  rooms for the season are desired, we will  hunt them up for you. Or if you want  to take up a small fruit farm within easy  distanese of the City, we hare many excellent listings.  G. J. HAMMOND ft CO.  (Established   1907),  512  Hastings  St.  West,  Vancouver,   B.C.  Cook's Cottofl Roof Compoti&<$  Ji ma/e, reliable Tcnuiaiinif  tnedicsne. Bold in threes dee  Kiees of strength���������No. 1,S1|  No. 3. S3; No. 8. SS per box,  Bold by titl drupeiet"*, or sent  hrepaiel on receipt of price*,  Fre������     pampblet.       Address I  THC COOK MEDICINE CO-A  TODflirrn nur   /������..���������.;- \ui.a... ������  w-  - vf    tm rm mm ^0 ma mm ���������>���������(     *��������� * * W * K ^*%Jf  Japan has a silk mill which is operated by women and the total capital  of $1,500,000 was subscribed by women.  Minard's  Liniment For Sale Everywhere.  Minnrd'f? Liniment ���������Relieves Neural-Ma  There;  are  about 15,000,000 women  in   the  United  Statrn who  are' about  . ,- V  .     ,'  ill. ...    .1 \   x,       .1 I . . I i   .*  :-enship this fall.  Even the man who is Rood for  nr*!hiri[������ may be (-rood for sonif-lhing���������  ���������:.:iy aa a horrible example.  i,-������>**^y*i***-*,**'i CJJJHBQUfldl <av*3 0 B  ESX������i-*-**eM'M  Minnrd'a Liniment l������'or Dandruit'.  IV.    K.    TT.    13.16.  Mineral Output In B.C.  An official estimate of the mineral  output for British Columbia for 1919  places the value at $33,296,313.  Tmm^Mmoimi  SINCE fllflN)    30 .ntopsCZO������ I<f*������4f?|*S  .^^E-ENLARGE!!  ������^r6& GLANDS  Hetttov-t.  Without Knife  ���������pain or ������ny ill-'effeen.  Vou can prove it atouv  rule.  GOITRENE rs-  mo vena -permananUy.  \-v even worst long-stand-  /���������>* ina cases, leaving not'  ni. cAir, -mm the slightest swelling.  lV/Z.a'r',*niduL Coato aVothlnt) tt H Fall*  ttmi. RtopsnfTsHnjrl Prop bflnB*n*barr<is������rd b������  theitnmltrhtly tunmr. Stojut Stforclt andsnaornhMtrt,  tliroat, lunc������l Stop tnkini/ tlan,*;e-rou������ elro-juT Ooilreno  Is e.lo, aura, aolenllfla ftt.<) *ju������r������nt������������d. Write to,l*������-f  for (Pro* brx'lc uml eno.t cnvine-ln-jr tutimonisli )roii'v������  ever ri'uJ.   Hundrc-ii '��������� paiii*nts.   Ail<!re-s������  mft.mrvma*rr i-d*    C7-1-A     ������������������-��������������� ������i     ^i.t-..^,    ���������}���������������  \.Ue  * tx.mi.t~   WW.   ml    I    -L.       t,r.m   *.**,   \d.,**rm^tr,   i * k.  Asa������-ic������rt Piontur  Dog Rewedie*  BOOK   ON  DOQ    DISEASH3  ���������nd   How   to   Feed  litiled    Free*    to    any  Address   by   th*  Author  M.   CI.AY   C.I.OVKK  CO.,   INC,  lit     West    31st*strcet,  New   York.   U.S.A  efis    tth chL^*S^jCZP  ~m  ,/OR THK  . i jL^^Lx^-tXi^lim-JnJlCA  1*1 **"���������������'  ?.wflMfti  >JJJ  ^^'^!^4miiUhUa/amm~^,^^  Jusi Ima,  The delicious prcuctvet you would males li vou could walk out into ������n orchard ol  Ons Tliuuiuud Acres of ripe, libelous fruit, la tho pinU of condition, picking only  the   ilie>ter'Jt,   u'.ieiE   notliinji   with   tt   but   ])ur������   c������n������   sugxr,   and   if.   in   addition,   you  had  ilia   moat  auI.-utiGc   i.:ue:Utu<*.i/   to  t^ru   It  out���������D^u'i  j.~   :'A.������{.  jua.-*  Jd.u.   ..~u.~  St.   Ieeee������   nlioeit   rt.r1-<-*t     T*il#   *���������    "������������������������������   inm  ilt.  D.   SMITH  &   SONS,  Limited  !IU  MAKk  THKIK  JAM8   AND   JKIX1K8  They   wer*   tht   first   to   mtV*   Purs   Jams   (n   CanseJs,   and   tira   still   lea.Jl������st  la   popularity.     Try   *   (la   ol   thnlr   new   ir������ions   strswberry.     Il   (s   eUHrlaus.  Ask  your   trrocnr  for   i~   li.   "Smith's   Jams   r.ltk   tt-a   Uspla   I.esl  UbeL  it-a    !>���������    Ulllilll    *\3x~   ClOIIUt    JUlIlllt'C'U WINONA    ONTAVIO  Westsna   Distributor*  Watson  A Trn������-'������eU!e\  WfiMilree.   Hed-se  t*~  5*t..it<rz.  lk;l_     D-mAxl IL  ^il-  Cm,  .m    I.U..1U1UUM,     ^vetM,  iM������il������i"flirt.iimiM'iM  mum  ,,-r,0tiim-tli^UA������^M^l:i'4-M'i'  lit t IJkefw***"*! **e*������*":  ^^tH^**^*^^^*^ *^  ���������MWta-uaijt'a&tnmmr ������  j* JALfiiimi.t-1. tfsmmi  .~.iMU<t^rm~mw.<.i.imttm..^ ^wte**fl,i'toM*{*'*#-^^  I  fel  m.*tm#tm������m������**fi>*?'  JSWTTftT*****^ ^*������ w-tfrM, ���������^WW'MMAttWtifiwlfc^^^  mm*mimti������mfmWn  l&sm.M**L~Tm--mm'trs4vi^^  \tsMfl4l0^t~0^^W:^'^ jft\Ttf*Wi~^9-^^  r*W1Wr~'W*tjm$*r-fir-0ft'4l& I-.     ���������  Pi,** -^^t^������fa^UIlw*M>H'.^UI������lWIKf^  ,tmm <-MV^14ittia*limti.ltlA*llM tXMAMJU^totM I   I       ^       -f  l-r - *��������� *"  ,.Li.*i'>*������ieiw������*������������*'Jwe*(B*w.ti������ei<t*������ -M������'t<?������i^������teM������>iirrfH'^^  niti<iM,'*ttew*>������WMieMiet'i������^ THE  CBESTOS  BEVIEW  HE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C.  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance.  S3.00 to U.S. points.  C. F. Hayes, Editor and Owner,  CRESTON, B.C.,  FRIDAY, OCT.   8  Robt. Turner and son, Jarues, who  have been living at the coast for several years b;ick, returned to Canyon a  few days ago, and are again in charge  of their ranch.  The Blair haymaking crew at the  Reclamation Farm has had to be disbanded. The wet weather that has  prevailed since the end of August prevented the men working less than  half time. Over 100 loads, however,  haye been harvested so far, and with  fine weather from now on sufficient  will readily be put up to winter his  herd of beef cattle.  Although the number of Canyon  people competing at Creston fair was  smaller thau usual, citizens were out  in full force for the exhibition- which  was quite the best and biggest yet  held. Huygens & VanAckeran held  their own with the best of them in  the fruit section.  Jos. Pepperdine, who has been a  Calgary visitor the past few weeks,  got home a few days ago, making the  trip in his Ford car, accompanied by  his sister, and Mrs. and Miss Bateman,  who are to spend a couple of weeks -at  the Bateman & Pepperdine ranch.  Canyon's showing in the school district's display at Greston fair was  quite equal to any of the other rural  schools, though trustees were disappointed in the small showing of potatoes. The prizes for map drawing  went to Alfred Speaker and Robert  Burns, while Fred Chambers and  Signia Nelson won in the display of  potatoes.  Supt. Searle reports a good attendance at the union Sunday school  which is again meeting eyery Sunday  at 1.30 after the summer vacation. A  hearty welcome awaits both parents  and children���������and there is always  room for one more.  Guy Browell is taking advantage of  a temporary shutdown in logging  operations to get his apple crop,  which  is quite a gootLone this year.  Fred Chambers and Alfred Speaker  lauded a little extra spending money  at Creston fair by wi/ining the race  open to Canyon City scholars under  15 years of age.  A Canyon City subscriber writes us,  under date of Sept. 28th, re the paragraph in tne Review of Sept. 24th, in  which it was stated thatrMi-s. Strong  would be home from the hospital in  about ten days. The note reads: "The  fact is that Mrs Strong has been too  weak to go through the serious operation that is necessary. Now, however,  she is stronger and Dr. Green hopes to  operate next Tuesday.   If all goes well  and she should make the best recovery  she will be three weeks in the hospital  after that:*- Mr. Strong intends to stay  in Cranbrook to he near her until shs  is considered out of danger."  a     ���������  H.spnj  Men's  Half Soles, $1.25  WTomen'sHalfSoles,$1.00  Guaranteed for 6 months.  Alex. Mirabelli  Shoemaker   - -    CRESTON  its. Shoes- Harness  Repairing  ,  We guarantee satisfaction and  prompt service.    Charges  reasonable.  JOHN irv^  Postoffice Blk.  tsJXtJ S.  CRESTON  elson Assessment District  I HEREBY CERTIFY that, on Monday, the 1st day of November, 1920, at the hour of 10 o'clock  in the forenoon, at the Courthouse, I shall offer for sale at public auction the mineral claims in the list hereinafter set out, of the persons in the said list hereinafter set out, for delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons  on the 30th June, 1920 and for costs and expenses, if the total amount due is not 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 Act Amend-  1U-.-JI ������/ xjyx-tl,       iiJiO.  L.ST ABOVE MENTIONED:  Name of Owner  Name of Claim  Lot No.  Taxes  Costs  Total  Constable, Guy, and Proctor, Mrs. B  ...Alice.   _*.....I92S  Dundee Syndicate���������Z.  '*. Annie Fraction 3849  Southerland, Hugh, et al   Annie G 0339  Hand, A.E., Lennie, R.S. and Wragge, E.C:il.Annie...:  ���������  407  Avk Mining & Milling Co���������.^��������� ��������� Ark���������  3449  Rand, A.E. Lennie, R.S. and Wragge, E.C.*.;..Atlantic  4209'  Kootenay Bonanza Mines Ltd    ���������  Berlin   .3251  Kootenay Bonanza Mines Ltd ���������.L_'_..Bid   901  Kootenay Bonanza Mines Ltd��������� ��������� Black Witch 4146  Dalby, Wm. and Honess, Albert  Blake..- 6293  Kootenay Consolidated Mines Ltd Blue Quarts.. 7072  Stead, Walter _ - _ Boundary No. 1 1944  Kootenay Bonanza Mines Ltd��������� ^ Brittania 3253  Lennie, Robt. Scott   ........Bruce Fractional 10802  Griffith, Wm. and Cameron. T. A Bunker Hill.  _ 4923  Webster, Geo. Thos ��������� ���������._ Bullion ...2190  Rand, A.E. Lennie R.S. and Wragge, E. C...Calgary 4208  Adams, Cecil Robert _ Carthage 2197  Devlin, G. R Columbia 8870  Kootenay Bonanza Mines Ltd Daylignt  907  Kootenav Consolidated Mines Ltd Drummer 4223  Deylin, G.R ������������������ Edward 8872  Kootenay Gold Mines Ltd Election 2559  Peters, Mrs. Margaret  Elise  .l319  Kootenav Bonanza Mines Ltd ...Eureka 3255  GHfnt.h.'W. .-ind <^n.nre.n T Fidelit.v    4925  Sutherland. Hugh  :.::: Gem....! 3631  Kootenay B manza Mines Ltd I Gold Bell��������� 4155  Kootenay Bonanza Mines Ltd _ Golden Star 3594  Kootenay Bonanza Mines Ltd Gold Standard 4153  Kootenav Bonanza Mines Ltd Gold Tip. 4157  Ouiuu'tte. B. X Golden Cross 4388  Sutherland. Hugh Golden King 3624  Kootenay Bonanza Mines Ltd Grand View  685  Kootenay Bonanza Mines Ltd Grand Prize 3592  Kootenay Bonanza Mines Ltd Great Western 4148  Koou-nay Bonanza Mines Ltd Great Eastern 4152  Kootenay Bonanza Mines Lul Great West Frac 4779  Koot-enay Bonanza Mines Ltd Grand Fractional 2113  McLeod."Harry Hanky Panky Fractional..'. 4808  Fenne-1!. Mapprie- L  Helena  9344  Dalby. Wm. S.. an.l H.-n.-ss, A H.G.N 6292  Kootenay Bonanza Mines. Ltd.... Horse Shoe 2235   Intel-prise 3450  Ltd  Jessie  680  LL.1 J.M.B  902   .Te.iiit Fractional 8821  Mines. Ltd Kali-spell 4150   Katie 4386   Kipling Fractional.. 4810   Kootnia Star 4147  ij* a  to  3 00  10 50  3 59  9 25  5 50  6 25  3 75  10 25  10 25  13 00  13 00  4 25  59  13 00  24 00  9 00  12 50  13 00  10 00  13 00  6 00  10 25  ���������rftr*    tmjm>  ���������~P& to  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  7  1  12  25  50  75  Ark M. and M. < ������������������>  KemuMmy r>Oii;ih'/..e  M*iie  Kootenay Bonanza .Mine  Lateilippc. Y.. .   . .   ...  Koot<*nay Hotianzi  Ooirtjett."-. \>,   N  Me"I,i'e*el. Harry.  Ke iOU'IIII V   \\t ihieti/.e  K i>e*'t eri.'i y   I ',i ih ,*e n'/.n  Dundee Syndif-iit.e  Keie.t I'Ji.ey   f Seeli.eli/.;*  Wi\.riA. Harrv  .M ilie*s,  Mines.  Ltd.  Ltd  Mines, Lul  Win.   H.,   anel   HeUH-Hn   A  Lul  ball .  Kootenay Bonanza MinrH,  Devlin, i'i.   \*   Silt lie-| lauel.   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IiiiU  10 25  7 25  9 75  11 00  7 00  12 50  13 00  5 00  2 25  10 00  8 75  4 50  7 75  4 00  5 00  9 50  7 75  9 60  4 00  2 25  13 00  8 50  9 25  I 50  8 25  11 50  11 75  50  10 25  13 00  9 50  7 50  12 50  7 75  13 00  13 00  12 2a  13 00  8 IM)  4 75  12 75  JI 50  11 00  5 25  13 00  5 no  * im  12 75  3 ';*>  12 75  9 00  12 25  10 75  II vr.  12 <������<l  V 'zn  13 I*I  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  8 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  8 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  .3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 "its  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 75  3 7ft  $7 50  6 75  14 25  7 25  13 00  8 25  10 00  7 50  14 00  14 00  16 75  16 75  8 00  4 25  16 75  27 75  12 75  16 25  16 75  13 75  16 75  9 75  14 00  11 00  5 25  16 50  14 00  11 00  13 50  14 75  10 75  16 25  16 75  8 75  6 00  13 75  12 50  8 25  11 50  7 75  8 75  13 25  11 50  13 25  7 75  0 00  16 75  J 2 25  13 00  5 25  12 00  15 25  15 50  4 25  14 00  16 75  13 25  11 25  10 25  11 CO  16 75  10 75  10 00  10 75  11 75  H 50  10 50  13 25  14 75  9 00  16 75  9 25  n nn  3 75  16 50  3 7b  7 oO  ft 75  16 50  3 75  12 75  3 75  10 00  3 75  14 no  3 75  13 00  3 75  15 75  3 75  13 00  3 75  10 75  :AL BANK1I3Q SERVSOi  Al! branches o! this Bank are in apposition to  give the most comprehensive Banking service.  Government and Municipal Securities ar������  dealt: in. Foreign Exchange bought and soldi  Money Orders and Letters of Credit issued.  Collections made on al! points in Canada or  overseas.  30S  CANADA  STON BRANCH,  C. W. ALLEN,  Manager.  TRAVELLERS''  Convenience, security and economy are  secured by the use of Travellers' Cheques  issued by this Bank. They enable the bearer to identify himself and are readily  converted into the current coin of any  foreign country.  82A  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  PAID-UP CAPITAL       -        -        $15,000,000  RESERVE FUND -        -        $15,000,000  CRESTON BRANCH, C. G. Bennett, Manager.  YOU WILL BE  NEEDING  ~\mmS  for the. comirisf cool .weather.  - - - y. ���������'       .... .... O.--     :t'*   ������������������.���������'-���������*'-'-  ...se:.   ���������  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 $3.85 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.  Grston  oiipsiy  LIMITED  DOING  ANY  BUILDING  Ul"  mfm, Q   eT Q DuQ B m      Q Q m%mm\r  }x     P   ~W%\ m \x mx m^m        \x  m M  00 U tJ    mtmt 04    mi WW X-~-    -A  We can  supply  Portland  Cement  Lime  jui r i. x..d jbv  .^ B^ -a w% srv B -a*������  R ,S*'JrPhl  Lumber  j������ll  ���������ai'/on 0?hI  grades.  (  *���������*, I e-,l  >i I* I > <>ei     I'. <  ���������  II IM  I e   ' 111 v*  .1. CAKT.MKL, (.'olIcHor.  M m~rtX0mll00Mm S-lm'M'm't. m    ii-mmpL.'ilL-i?' lT&C~~~~.'Z.ri0--~--  || LIIV1ITED  i S*  LjlJIM'JJj  *^fflt������l������^  *'W-3tt<Ve������[(<4UU������ ~~M~--~*itim~-~*t>m*vm  mmmii^intiumgKmi  ^BmS^m  ���������^jiiWrt^IMM*-**^*-*^-^  " * * ''Uii^i-iiiiiatfiiiiiiiilaierilieiii* '  m  mm*'  mmmmmmmmm.  l*'**l'������****m^������'-f^--W>---'^* tAf..^rm.t!f0������mm4iH  wmmmmmmm.  'mm;?immiiia;mi;*mmm THE  CRESTCE  BEVEEW  [Too late for last week.]  J. B. Wiulavv has been busy the last  few days unloading a car of coal.  Clem. Payette having added to and  otherwise Improved Winlaw's bunkhouse moved into it with his family  on Thursday.  Douglas and E. S. Butterfield quit  the hay camp on Thursday morning  in order to take in a dance at;Proctor,  returning on Friday morning's train.  They are going on to the p-iairie  where they expect to spend a uiontb  or so.  Quite a few ranchers are sending  their apples down to the Wigen packing shed where Miss Olga Wigen, who  is apparently the only competent  packer here, is very busy getting  them ready for shipment. Wednesday, Sept. 29th, saw the first straight  car of apples ready for shipment east.  train went up to the camp for supper,,  after which, finding no one in the  office, he purloined a suit belonging to  one of the men. F;-om -thesafe, which  had been left open, he took three  cheques totalling several hundred dollars, and then nired a car and was  back to Creston by 8 p.m. His efforts  to cash one of the cheques aroused suspicion and  the police   officials   were  notified   ���������������������  f  the  succeeded   in  nabbing the culprit at Kitchener, to  which point he had gone by freight  train when Creston people refused to  accomodate him financially.  Penticton council has just closed a  a deal for 97,000 feet of irrigation  works construction timber at a orice  pf |33.50, with $1.50 thrown in for  storing such quantities as are not  taken deliyery of immediately.  Mr. Foxall, Wjrnndel's newest resident, having finished his house, returned to Baynes Lake this week in  order to bring his family back to this  section.  Friday's freight train appeal's to  have hit a cow which it dragged from  Alice Siding clear down to Duck Creek  where it was left, but Saturday morning's early eastbound freight dragged  it back, leaving the track scattered  with rib bones and bits of stewing  beef. At present nobody seems to  know to whom the cow belongs.  Quite a crowd from here attended  the fair night dance at Creston and  despite the crowd all are agreed that  it is along while since they had such  a good time.  F. Price had an exciting experience  on Tuesday while crossing Goat River  with a load of hay. His horses slipped  on a boulder and fell into deep water.  Fortunately the rigging smashed and  the horses managed to get themselves  out of difficulty, and Mr. Pr-xie also  managed to get safely ashore hut had  to leave his wagon and hay behind.  J. B. Winlaw's office was the scene  of a robberv on Saturday night. A  young man arriving on the westbound  RANCH & CATTLE FOR SALE  35-acre ranch on Corn Creek. Aiso  35 head of mixed cattle. Enquire.,.G.  M. Benney, or Review Office.  K.V. LANDS FOR SALE  Block 144, Kootenay Vaiiey Lands,  containing 18.2 acres, logged bvf?r  land, situated on Sirdar road abont If  miles north of Wynndel postoffice.  Price $500. Apply to the owner, G.  A. M. Yonng, Creston, B.C.  To Lottie Mead of Creston,  British Columbia, Administratrix of the estate of Mg?g  Moran,   Deceased,   ~-nd v<gf������  others whom it may concern;  ���������    . ���������* *-v-  Under and by virtue of the powers  contained in the two certain moi-fc  gages which will be produced at the  time of sale there will be offered-for  sale by public auction by William Cutler at the Court House in the Cit������of  Nelson, Province of British Columbia,  at the hour of 11 o'clock in  the fore-  ���������  rx-x       -\4rxm..S..~, XUr.  BiVJXJAA.      x/tt       xvx \d.,\X*l.J ,       v..*.  IQtK  .1 "V *T.  X000-J  October, A.D. 1920.  On the following property, namelv:  Lots One (1), Two (2), Three (3), Four  (4), Five (5), and Six (6), Block Tweuty  (20), Town of Creston, Map Sfa Jliii)-  dred andNinety-three (03). Kootenay  District. British Columbia, it- a building known as the Crestoii Hotel.  For terms and conditions of sale  apply to Messrs. Hamilton & Wragge,  Solicitors . for the Nelson Brewing  Company, Limited.  Dated the 25th day of August, A.D.  1920.  HAMILTON & WRAGGE,  Solicitors for thc Nelson Brewing  Co.. Ltd.  Is there any  NlQf-t   in   th.**  rfc,   V   mmkxititf -A^^   N** -*   km   k- -~������ XxX  mm \^~-  House?  This is the first -quoH-  tion that presents itnolf  to the housewife if an  unexpected visitor dropn  iti for a meal. But why  worry ?  Shnrt-rnrlt Brand  Hams and Bacon  jFi. i*m,t~ 2    Qima-ltiy  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  ML~OiO#.W, f-UC.  are   alwayH   to   be   had  here.    Iti meats nothing  quite cqualti 'Shamrock  product*-..  mmt " Wis  |   cr*  U     lei      Wt   immm    M    kJ      V  MUNf W  M WULW MMLM ^th.  Cc ES B Eu Bx3 -.Ti  ta  z  nn  *ut w*������ }  ��������� ���������  -si  x~l*  L  DM  Common Boards  Dimension  Ship lap  Flooring  Drop Siding  Bevel Siding  Write or phone for  quotations.  WYNNDEL,        B. C.  ������������    Spepsfcof     ������  imi Um Amendments  NELSON ASSESSMENT DISTRICT  I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that, on Tuesday, the 12th day of October, 1920, at the hour of 10  a.ni., at the Court House, Nelson, B.C., I will sell at public auction the lands in the list hereinafter set out,  of the persons in said list hereinafter set out, for delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons on the 31st day of  December 1919, 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 PROPERT8ES  ��������� i  ZQmmura price of first-class land  readncjea -& ?5 an acre; second-class to  85-50 ������ffl SQ*9. " *"  .. .-MpfcSoh .now  confined  to  sur-  St-BOordB -will be granted covering only  land -suitable for agricultural purposes  "   -* *wrhi*ch^SB nonrtlraber land.  _. artnei^sfelp pra-jemptions abolished,  oat parties of not more than four may  M-range, tar adjacent pre-emptions  Witji* joint residence, but each making  ft-sces-Mry improvements on respective  elauna. t&  ���������sjPfe-emptors must occupy claims for  ���������fiyjp years and make improvements to  value of $10 per acre, including clear-  ins and cultivation of at least 5 acres,  before receiving Crown Grant.  _ where pre-emptor in occupation not  leas 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 resi-  dence may be issued, provided applicant makes improvements to extent of  $800 per annum and records same each  year. Failure to make improvements  or record same will operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained in  lesa than 6 years, and improvements  of $10.00 per acre, including 5 acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  of **_* !<?������i������t *S! y������n.rK are r������niiir*������rrt. d.  Pre-emptor" holding drown 'errant  may record another pre-emption, if he  r-eQulreB land in conjunction with his  farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory improvements made  awd residence maintained on Crown  granted land.  HJnaurveyed areas, not exceeding 20  ���������seres, may be leased as homesites;  tiwe to bo obtained after fulfilling residential and Improvement conditions.  For <r<rar<ing and industrial purposes  areas exceeding 640 acres may be  leased by ono person or company.  Mill, factory or Industrial Bites on  timber land not exceeding 40 acres  may bo purchased; conditions Include  paymont of atumpage.  Natural hay meadows inaccessible  oy existing roads 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, io mado.  PRE-EMS-OrO-HS' FREE GRANTS  (������1 ACT.  Tho ucopo of thla Act is enlarged to  Include all persons Joining and serving with Hla Majesty's Forces. Tho  time within which tho heirs or dovlsoos  of a deceased pre-emptor may apply  for tltlo under tliia Act ia ������xleiid������a  from for ono year from tho death of  such person, as formerly, until ono  yenr after the concluulon of tho present  war. Thin privilege is also mado retroactive     - V  No feoo relating to pre-emptions are  duo or payable hy -soldiers on    preemptions recorded after Juno 2C. 1018  Taxes aro remitted for five years.  Provision for return of moneys nc-  ?pHSS',,llluo eM,i uoen Pft,d fl,lt**c������ August  4, ion, on account of payments, foes  or taxou on soldiers' pre-emptions.  Interest on agreements to -nimhe-Hie  Vjy"*������,������ cliy lolB ,,e,a l������y members of  Allied Forces, or dependents, acquired  direct or Indirect, remitted from enlistment to March ~l, laHO.-  oup-r������uncHA*ocrjQ of crown  ,*, LANDS.  Provision mado for Issuance of  Crown grants to sub-purchasers of  Crown Lands, acquiring rights from  purchasers who  fulled    to    complete  ���������purohr-in*** involvlnc forfeiture!, on fulfillment   Of  -VmrtlllOtlH  of   min-itnar.    iv*.  liriLruir uuu i-~-<i~, -vvneto liUb-purt-lius-  ern do not claim wholo of orlginnl par-  eft), purchacio price duo and tuxea mav  be distributed proportionately ovor  -whole U-i-tx, Applications must b*  made* by May 1, 1020.  artAZiNG.  Ci-f&lute   Act,   1010.   for    f-yuteinutlo  *Z-~'v.'iti,ii.,..ii. yil li\ tri A tn it liidunlry i*re>-  vldfti������  for i;rAJtlng dlntrlr-tii and  run-re*.  .-   ^M������t> ������   ������|..4   -.-.   m   t~v~* -������--   /���������   ���������-   -m **.... t ���������  -U**-*********.. .fc   xlx'.t.XJ'-. ~X**-X~rm "-rr^Xr.t.tkHSttttmiti.t.  AnnuAl gt/ttsling permltn luieu<������1  Uuii/h.  ..** nniieli. >n iimwi-il: nri<irli>' Kit- ������...������..������.  lU'hfteH owners. lUorlc-owners may  ��������� ���������trtil   Anne*,lullene������   for   reeliHe-e   ���������nimieef^-*  .-"'���������-..ZZZ'-ZZZ:Z'!-P /:.'..*��������� y-'-Zu  OA   t**n   1*VJ.'.'.\ 0  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. 1, -  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  r ~ 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. D., being the Hume Addition to the City of Nelson, Map 284B.  Dawson,   May   Beatrice    -..Lots 9, 10, bk. 10   8.20 .63  Pritchardi,   Sarah    Lots 23, 24, bk. 10   37.20 2.47  Patterson, Capt.,   (Estate of)   Lot 2, bk 22      13.30  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   r     7.00  Subdiv. of Trail East, Suddiv. of Lot 2919, G. 1, K. D., Map 1262  Midford,   Thos.' - Lot 12, bk. 12 .... ...       2.00  .99  .54  .16  $2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  2.75  $29.24  50.26  13.27  9.11  12.10  11.58  42.42  17.04  2.75      10.29  2.75  4.91  j": .Kitchener Townsite Lot 2546 G. 1, K. D., Map 688.  Finiay,   Frederick   S -Lot 15, bk. 22    Adamson, Estther  Lot 18, 19, bk. 22   Ymir Townsite Subdiv. Sec. 7, Tp. 17, Lot 1242. G. 1, K. D., Map 640.  McAllister, J. A  Lot 6, bk.  5  ...  Leahy, J. and Leahy, Eva M Lot 9, bk. 5    Chriest, Andrew  Lots 6 to 9, and 12, bk.  Turner,   W.   J .....Lot 8, bk.  12    Peters,   Mrs.   Margaret  Lot 3, bk. 25     Stewart,   Mary    -Lot 14, bk. 26   Murray, Jas. R ��������� -Lots 7, 10, bk. "F"    2.00         .20  2.75  4.95  1.80         .14  2.75  4.69  . D.. Map 640.  8.43       .71  2.75  11.89  7.37         .87  2.75  10.99  20.38       1.47  2.75  24.60  16.85       1.06  2.75  20.66  6.45         .51  2.75  9.71  15.91       1.14  2.75  19.81*  5.21         .40  2.75  8.36  j|*-JgFruitvale 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       7.42  Seyfert,   Mrs.   Theresa   Lot 9, bk. "I"       11.02        .83       2.75     14.60  Calle   C-i+������'   -Yrtt4.i~tx-.Xr0   ttrtrtH-irt-t   ������'A������>   Ifdtdttmmvvd   flie***.;.**.     M-...   <tne)A  -    SS.Sw     V.**.jr o  xr .. ..tdt.t.     r-������%et0,viivr,. r-. .-.vr.0m-~..m.j       m00.rm.   *v������,      U..MM       IM.  Solberg,   Peter   Lots 2 to 9, bk. 18  fT": jw Creston Townsite, Lot 525, G. 1, K. v.  Wiles, Annie  Lots 7 to 11, bk. 49, Map 693     Wiles,   Jessie   ��������� Lots 12 to 15, bk. 49, Map 693  -.���������  8.00  30.05  14.45  .62  2.14  1.17  Barton's Addition to Creston Townsite Being a Subdiv. of Bk 3 of Lot 891 G. 1, K. 0., Map  Elly,  Mrs.  A.  ���������.  ^- Lots 28, 29, bk. 4 :: .-. .        3.80        .24  McKelvey & Randall, East Trail Subdiv. of Part Lot 2, Lot 4598, G. 1, K. O., Map 1310.  foXtlG TV C*yJ J-\m ���������.^���������������������������^������������������������������������.���������.���������..'���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.���������������������������������������������������������������������������������uOl        ������Uf DK������        ~m\\j        mm.m0m0mm~mm~~-m.mmmmmmmm~m~~-~mm-~+-.~mismm~~m0~~m~m    .    ..        ~.*K>VV < xX-tmrn  %sl>W ������! "*W ���������'"' Fruitvale Subdiv. in Tp. 11A and 12A of Lot 1236, G. 1, K. D.  Butcher,   Archie    Bk. 3, map 785        2L22      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  fcSiiiili^ 11^*^1 i^. .Columbia Gardens Subdiv. Lots 205, 205A & 2CSS, G. 1, K. Z.., Map SCO  Hunter,   Frank   !...".*. Bk. 17A & 17B  -      23.94       1.97  Central Park, A subdiv. of Sublots 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  4.00  6.00  4.80  j.-.:.*������������������*.-.. ' *���������-.'- 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   150.00  Lambert,   Mrs.   G -Bk 12, sublet 12, Map 1174  ~  6.25  Lewis,  A.  J Bk. 5* of S % of Sublots 55, 56, Map 1078 5.40  Harvey, J.  A.    Sublot 66, 240 acs  294.90  Collins, H.  P S. %, S. E. % Sublot 90, Map X31   28.06   .  Frost,   Fanny    N. W. V. of N. W. % sublot 90, map X31 31.53  Bird, H. & M Sublots 125, and 126, 160 acs. and 152.11  ;        ���������.,                                                         acres  -  67.00  tiUi.*'..       .1 ���������     -   i -   ���������     --        '  '        < B. C. Southern Land Grant, Lot 4592, G. 1, K. D.  Constable,   Guy    S. E. V. sublot 12, 40 acs      16.25  Lane, Chas. E.  (EBtate of)  Part of sublot 18, 70 acs. map X30     162.75  Nelson and Fort Sheppard Railway Grant Tp. 7A, East of Columbia River.  Langford, Mrs. R. F S'lblot 16 and 17, tp. 7A, map X66        66.66  Lot ;238, G 1, K. D.  Second Relief Mining Co 1S7.B4 acres in Sees. 23, 25, 26 of tp. 37 ....     4?.5-l  Churchill, F. L S. E.  % of N. E.  %  and N.  %   S.  E.*A  Sec. 1, Tp. 36       68.85  Churchill, F. L.   In Sec. 1 tp. 36, 119.17 acres  "   150.00  Lewis,   E N. W. V. & N. V~ of N. E. V_, Sec. 3, EV^  Sec.  9,   tp.   36       83.64  PiiKh. H. C W. % of E y2 of N. W. V.  sec. 9. E  %  S. W. Vi, hoc 16, tp. 36        12.00  SkivyanskJ,   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. G, 8, tp. 17, 25.09 acres       11.47  McQuarrlo, Neil & Bovlk, Wm Sees. 20 & 21, Tp. 17, 79.89 acres       16.82  Churchill, F. L :. N. % N. W. % Sec. 6, S. W. % N. W. M  ..A-  ��������� i ^ -i~ ke'   ���������       Sec. 6, and that part of fl. E. U of S. W. \L  ,      u ^.-^^^j^m--uj~~i - ~X and   s'    w    %   g    E     %   gec    7>   ,yIng   out.  side Ymir townsito, tp. 17, 209.32 acres ....  .31  .47  .37  2.06  10.07  .60  .38  18.57  2.02  1.83  5.58  2.75 11.37  2.75 34.94  2.75 18.37  893  2.75 6.79  2.75 5.4������  3.75 26.69  3.75 36.42  3.75 25.55  3.75 16.90  3.75      29.66  2.75 7.06  2.75 9.22  2.75        7.92  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  30.31  163.82  1U.K"  9.53  317.2a  33.SS  37.11  3.75      76.33  172.13  Nel8on and Fort Sheppard Railway Grant���������Lot 1244, G. 1, K, D.  2.05  3.75  22.05  9.90  3.75  176.40  5.35  3.75  76.2S  3.67  3.75  54.5!^  5.31  3.75  77.91  11.59  3.75  165.34  6.46  3.75  93.85  .ya  3.76  lb.i-ih  2.12  3.75  33.41  .so  3.75  10.11  1.47  3.75  22.04  13.10  3.75  188.98  MCAUtmr,   win.  ti-v-A/* !.,       -,~-������        tmi\        ~ .-.        Oft  .������> 4 osJU     ItOA-OU     Al-     X3\~\~t     ***U������*      *i,4#,     XM\J  Subdivision of Lot 304, G. 1, K. D.  Chung   Chung    Bk. 2i>8, 8.33 acres    Nlcolle, Wm Bk.  299,  6.75   acres      KumlHon,   B Bk "B", sublot 11, lot 300. map 942    Truoudulo, W. E Bk. 3, loL 2087, 20 ac;;. ;   CulC,     VV.    AA I Wiii.   Ll,    .,   ii.i    a.,:..,    ~i-....i    ..y   Powys,   Arthur    Republic M-C  Surface R!f-ht!-p lot  3200  ....  Powys,   Arthur    Republic   Frac.   M-C   Surface   Rights,   lot  3208      Swedburg, J. P.  (Estate ot)   Pari lot 3200, 19 acrou    Griinstroin,   Victor    l*k. 10, lot 6305, 10 nun*   Gough,    Thon Pnrt of lot OfiM, :i(5.7 ucru   Bell.'n. TT.   (Er.late of)   Lot 6886. ',\1.?A iicu   Prior,  Mru Bleu. 1, 2, lot H370, map H7t>    tu-nitt.-v    Wm. .   y,., Till, hi lot. 301-i.  (A.Vtti Vxl-xv.s    Tlmilam, Hanutel N.  v.! A:A,   V.r'j   .Part lot 976-1, 89 acres  1,<-(   lOr.Otf,   100  ;\ci-*>:i,   ..  li-eir;  lh.bO  14.00  9.96  C2.01  2.49  G.23  20.40  18.70  26.42  21.70  ���������VI .Y.i  12.00  ;i2.oo  :v.!.oo  1 11  l.-il  1.08  .77  2.5 C  .10  .���������19  1.42  1.46  2.05  2.11  .-i.H>  .93  ~. -U  2.17  3.7-r  ;���������.;���������*  3.75  3.75  2.75  22.0^  'x.tS.HS-%  18.83  14.48  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  3.75  .ILU*  3.75  ;i.7i>  3.75  6.4H  10.47  25.03  23.UU  ������������������������>   ./*������  \*Xjl.4*KtS  27. ii*-  49.������*tt  ic.t;s  ���������*iv,.-~-~  3K.22  Datorl nt, NoIhoii. 1������.<1, thin 17Mi (lay of ScpU-mlM-r, 11)20.  ,1. CAKTMKL, Collector.  mmxtw.mmwmwm *m*~mww  *i������i*'ii1V^������i iNwn  MBBBJWS^  ijmhttXtiwytaii&itiMViib^ THE  IE W,     URESTON,     B.  ~^.m~=fm^^^m^^B:^^m^^^^^^^^^^mM-^i~^^m  *A-  ���������������  Food scientists claim that the le&vener is largely  -tmmpotksihlm. for the flavor, texture and whole-  somesiesg of your home baking* That osi no  other one Ingredient does so much depend* It Is  important, therefore, to use a baking powder  that you know possesses the necessary leavening  Moving Pictures of  Livestock Industry  WmsXWZBCXSX  Tke  Demand for  Uniformity  In this very practical age there is a widespread demand for the adoption of uniform methods in business, uniform'systems of currency and  weights and measures uniform laws in relation to many subjects,, even a  uniform language, and some people would have a uniform and simplified  calendar, a uniform church, while the extremists in the ranks of labor would  havc all men and women become servants of the 'state, with no private  ownership of property. In a word, there is a growing tendency to standardize everything that can be standardized without giving much thought  to the all-important question whether such standardization would ultimately prove to be of benefit to the human race.  In order to provide for quantity production, standardization is ncces-j  sary. The war emphasized that truth. Furthermore, standardization  makes for economy in manufacture. Hardly anyone will deny that if it  'were possible to standardize all makes of agricultural machinery, with all  parts interchangeable, it would mean an enormous saving in time, labor  and money. And what is true in regard to implements of agricultural  production is really true in many other lines. <���������*  Efforts which havc been put forth in recent ycars in Canada to bring  about a larger degree of uniformity in legislation are also along the right  line. With a Federal Parliament and nine Provincial Legislatures all  passing laws every twelve months, and in many instances all dealing with  the same subject, the need for uniformity where it is at all possible is quite  manifest if confusion is to be avoided and people enabled to have a clear  understanding of the law. It is, therefore, gratifying to know that success is attending the efforts of those who are striving to bring about uniform insurance laws, uniform laws governing companies, a uniform divorce  law, and so on. The various movements to establish throughout Canada  uniform qualifications for doctors, lawyers, dentists, school teachers, etc.,  so tluit persons qualified in any of these professions in one Province will be  eligible to follow thorn in another Province, are sane, sensible and economically  and   nationally  wise.  There arc, hov.-*.vcr, some demands for uniformity which should receive  Gold in Nova Scotia.  Marked development has taken  place in the gold industry in Nova  Scotia in thc past several years. The  gold deposits of the province cover,  an area approximately 3,500 square  miles. j. iic g  is from 870 to 970 fine.  Path������ * Corporation   Is   Working   In  Conjunction With Grain  Growers' Association.  Manor, Sask., is the scene of the  initial chapters of a film story which  is being prepared by the Pathe Film  Corporation, which will show the  working of the cattle industry from  producer to market.  Thc film is being made by arrangement with the Grain Growers' Association, and shows the cattle on the  farm of Chris Jacobi, followed by a  scene of a large shipment being collected and loaded on the cars at the  Manor stockyards and thence to the  Winnipeg market.  On completion the-, film will be  shown extensively throughout the  west, and it is expected to show the  western farmer in a way that could  not otherwise be done, why some  cattle are sold at a loss, and how to  get the best result-; in marketing livestock.  Sunken Eyes  *j  Brighten Quickly,  Health Return  s  la a Message to Ailing Women Doctor  Hamilton Tells How It Is Done  "When she gave you the piece of  cake, did you say, 'Thank you?'"  "Yes, ma; but it didn't do no good."  "Didn't do any good?" "No; she  didn't give me another piece 1"  In speaking of the ills from which  women- suffer, Dr. Hamilton points  out that nine out of every ten women  are by nature inclined to habitual  constipation. Harsh purgatives are  resoited to which only intensify the  trouble. Although _ not generally  known, it is a constipated condition  of the bowels that causes half the  sickness and tired weariness with  which all mankind is so familiar. It  was after long years of study that  Dr. Hamilton perfected the pills  which have been of such marvellous  benefit to women the world over.  In his pills of Mandrake and Butternut every sufferer will find an absolute specific for constipation, sick  headache and biliousness. It is safe  to say that Dr. Hamilton's Pills bring  better health and keep the system in  a more vigorous condition than any  other medicine ever discovered. At  all dealers, in 25c boxes.  fiTuroi  The gold is free milling and  AN EXCELLENT MEDICINE  FOR LITTLE ONES  Baby's Own Tablets are an excellent medicine for little ones. They  are a mild but thorough laxative  which sweeten the stomach and regulate the bowels, thus bringing relief  in cases of constipation, indigestion,  colic, colds and simple fever. Concerning them Mrs. L. J. Chaisson,  Paquetvillc, N.B., writes:���������"I have  found Baby's Own Tablets excellent  for my young baby in the case of  constipation and colic and it gives me  great plea-sure to recommend them to  other mothers." The Tablets are sold  by medicine dealers or by mail at 25  cents a box from The Dr. Williams  Medicine Co.,  Brockville,  Ont.  No Rest With Asthma. Asthma  usually attacks at night, the one time  when rest is needed most. Hence  the loss of strength, the nervous debility, the loss of flesh and other  evils which must be expected unless  relief is secured. Fortunately relief  is possible. Dr. J. D. Kellogg's  Asthma Remedy has proved its merit  through years of service. A trial  will surely convince you.  To Increase Membership  Scotland Yard now employs X-ray  in searching the wearing apparel of  suspects for hidden papers, valuables,  weapons and poisons.  Cir---:*'.-.!   scrt-.tir.y   an:!  T;*k*\   for  example,   .  p'.i'-*-' \-   ���������? n wast*?  of  1 ��������� ���������    . ! . *      .   ��������� -*  iii. *.,.:. : i    ; i:e.*l!  TT...  !:: u::; *.  :*  li^i*->p*":i!*:in2* covj.  .���������.,, ..-r.cPirz n. I  '��������� -���������;.;���������'*:  of  f*-*.llv  tr.  erio'.'.s consideration before they are complied with.  c agitation for a common language. In thc first  time because it is impractical. People will not re-  toniiiic,  and  while it is right and proper that in an  *try  every  child  should be obliged to learn  English,  '. radish in every school should be insisted upon, it is  i xpect all people to abandon the use of their native  ���������-���������:*.vor to provide a universal language for thc world,  r,r  Frer* rh,  or T.atin, or Esperanto, is futile.      But  -.-������������������.m-''ii*-*h'rd, would not the human race be  the loser  i*nei   l!  -,*-���������* i*  Miller's Worm Powders arc complete in themselves. They not only  drive worms from the system, but repair the damage that worms cause  and so invigorate thc constitution  that it sr>ccdi!"' recovers from thc disorders of the digestion that are the  result of the work of these parasitic  intruders. They do their work thoroughly and strength and soundness  follow their use.  Knights  of Pythias  Reducing Minimum Age Limit to Eighteen  Years.  In conformity with its general program of policy of expansion by which  it is proposed to carry thc principles  of the order into new fields of Pythian endeavor, the Knights of Pythias  at the recent biennial convention  of  California Syrup of Figs'*  Child's Best Laxatrve  Accept "California" Syrup of Figs  only���������look for the name California 6~n  the package, then you are sure your  child is having the best and most  harmless physic for the little stomach,  and  ���������?������  SMEYOURHAIR  Get rid of every bit of that ugl$  dandruff and stop  falling hair  haiStiUiir.it list-IMS.  Your?'-,.,.., .....  0t.*lflll4m4m*J,xdm0*0tll*    VV imm    j  ~^ZZZ' ���������-, w um- ,+**.   ������"'-������*<****l/ %r\ir jv,A i,, m.--l\A~ \  jj-i     W \%ZZi'^, ty-m-met.-.. nor.m*.*inx, *  Ytvif Dr'-if***-!****** tsr hy mt\\ Wo  j.������r J'lm������le������, j  .**#-*    mimr.0     m.    ,������.������.     rtirn    4 r 0 ���������     ���������r.ri.m ���������    ������*-������  itAnitt-ln**   Wym  ~.mtm~-*~**t C**-*.,  CteteU.*������-**������. I  elimination of all the beauties of cxpres-  \\r-i r-liarr?      17.vc.ri admitting the practical  '.---���������.  would not  the losses  resulting there-  al aelvantages gained?  ��������� ������������������'-���������.'de!  ha*/!*  the  metric  or  decimal system  --���������   adupjed   all   over  the   world.       Other9  :������������������-!-. -j}i- for a yi'ar of thirteen months, each  -* that any givn date would always fall  ;* i-,. if the 1st. 8th, 15th and 22nd of Janu-  :'?'��������� *:.v.!i':: da'cn in all tlie other months  ,.*-.  :������������������������������������'' of Sunday  ���������.-.���������ould he. likewise true  Tlir-ic*  e lia!it:;cs  would, of course,  have  ��������� - ..   t.. i    i,, i .1., i.i . ....*.   i ���������.������������������--..   -      ..... j       ,.  IJ UH*      WOIK  j:   rr.r-f   rr*mot*.       f,it!.le  ir-j  to bc  gained,  - ",.*.': ���������:*: ',: aiievii'  ti*-*re should ho iniifonully  ��������� i  jj.j j, :.i.\< i   v/iil   l.r.* i nl    to    unify    our  . '''*'.   !o;* \'j;-.\  national spirit of winch thi.s  ������������������!       L"* '"  '������������������". M'"h .j: .1 protective tariff  :. *.! '   .-'!'��������� M.d eri.-ebl*-* C'anadian industrial  ������������������*    *     :'*;! '*!   '-.- i':���������; ia <";in-uln.      Tin- three  ��������� ���������*'���������   :'.u.-;r iiii*; line- lo a far greater  '.    ���������'.'     i*   i   *       'l   *     r    I).A'/    ..**.*r||    fir    l'f.1 |e*i\\ l-i\   ley  :;*        *;* .*���������;������������������ >���������:  I;��������� ���������tr   in   tlie*   We*st.  1 i   ill f   UiV ;e   <** ll ilel  ii ri     i;t     M di Iir r  '.  inill.-.fi),'.  "ei*'i in   C)rri"/ri'.'   ^fnile*.  '...'.   :���������*.* o ,..-, ��������� ������������������  ,,j   \),r.   \V*-.*it jn-.t  '  '*'     '<-!<l   :!i,it   r'y.'Jiiy  prr   ifnt.  The very best preventive of seasickness, says a distinguished French  physician, is to inhale pure oxygen  gas.  Hard, Sofffc or Bleeding?  No matter what kind or where located, any corn is promptly cured by  Putnam's Corn Extractor; lying  purely vegetable it causes no pain.  Ciunrantee with every bottle of "Putnam's," use no other, 25c at all  dealers.  Indian Acquires Wealth  :*-.,    c���������t^t^.������    t rvArrr. r,x T,is-....,���������o^ rxMr* i liver  SUM- bowels.     Children   love  its  its    Supreme    Lodge at Minneapolis  froity taste_    Fu��������� dircctions on e^h  adopted an amendment to its organic bottle. You must say "California."  law reducing the minimum age limit  to 18 ycars. Since the order was  founded, membership has been restricted to white male persons not  less than 21 years of age and under 50,  except that persons over 50 might be  accepted as members by dispensations. But out of the great World  War many lessons came of a nature  calculated to change the old order of  things.  Inspired by thoughts of service performed and sacrifices made by the  boys of the land and being deeply  seMisible to the conviction that if a  boy of IS years is man enough, strong  enough and patriotic enough to serve  his country in time of war, he is competent physically, mentally and temperamentally to participate in the settlement of tlie problems of peace that  came to us as a heritage of the war  in which he fought.  The Knights of Pythias have invited boys and men of 18 years and over  to enlist under the tricolorcd banner  of Pythian Knighthood in the movement designed to banish discontent  and discord and make the world  brighter and happier.  Test of Friendship.  A man seldom goes to a friend for  a loan if hc really needs the money.  To stop falling hair at once and rid  the. scalp of every particle of dandruff,  pet n small bottle of "Danderine". at  any drug or toilet counter for a few  cents, pour a little in your hand and  rub \t into the scalp. After several  applications the hair usually stops  coming out and you can't find any  dandruff. Soon- every hair on your  scalp shows new life, vigor, brightness, thickness and more  color.  The motion of waves ceases to be  felt at the depth of 3,600 feet.  ill     I   IM  II II I '  . I   *  I  1  Forty-five Bushels to the Acre on the  Indian Reserves.  The value of the crop now being  taken off the: Government Greater  l'rodiie-tion Farms is estimated at $2,-  .���������UU.uuo Uy e)iiiii;tt:i ot thc department  of Indian .'flairs liere. It Is stated  ihat tiie wlir.it on the Alberta farms  i*. i iiiming fenrly-livft btlshcltt to the  adr anel i.'j *',i ailing No, 1. Fifteen  e'.ii't have been moved ea9t. Tlie  wlirat i-i bring thrrsh-'d at the rate of  .'11.11(10 linshrl't ;i (|av bv Irn out fits.  1 /nr Iniuilred Iheiii'arid Ini .she In of the  .    e.i.e.ile- .1      i,OO.OUI*      bichi.I   <;iOi>   lui-i  he* '* II     t 11 I '*\]| e-el.  'I hr ye*ai':i pi "lit'*, will br. well over  5,1 .Omi),! ii)e).  Br-SM aE3E~ab*S3S:  aE~3623G  lour table dxiiik  will never bother  _ mmm rm.       -t rm. maj  ifjou quit coffee  itrfi   irlxr'mTrxf*-  JMSjASlT ������:  A DEVKRAOC  ������������������*��������� xt amurm* ttj** tt txxit  X:A . tiXXt pVjUrn* tt \S~0-.**  -^Mmbeiwl CofM******  tamuvixiim.int.   ��������� ,  ���������   I:1/  I  * > il e 11, >,  i*.i.e..  ld.iO.  TNSTftNT PftSTOM  Better health results and jouH appreciate the economy and convenience  'P-T GROCERS EV^KTWHERE  Tiieres a. iieascm ������&r fb^tiom  Ilr"~-4'* ��������� J~~~'tf '"*���������'���������(*i���������^\vr*~Z~1tf*r~"W~",~*lir-*',j'*>f'^~".���������*>."���������- ^���������ity~nw\\.yirmr.i~ywr-*r ���������������������������.-..*.*��������������������������� Wj  W       '..3..i.m      **    ��������� *..     .-'..--. -m ������      .~V~mm^.~0x\mmJs%%l~. mZLm* ��������� g..,- ��������� \*~ ���������   ,    .      -      ��������� ��������� f        0 Ml     I    ���������      i    W ', m* Z fcfc lifi m,0d  h  y\  tAyrv-L*.  mm  .���������l,lrl,������l,HWH#l*0itrrim  mt+mm-***.mum.\0.,M*  mmmmmmmmMmimmmimmam  'mmmmmm&mm$msmk  mstm-m'tmn* SE������     REVIEW,     CRESTO%    W*  A  TfrE QUESTION IS RAISEDJ3F  ALLEGED DISCRIMINATION  Eastern and Western Interests Both  Want Freight Rates  Modified.  Ottawa.���������Introduction of the question of alleged discrimination in  freight rates between the East and  West in the argument before the  Government on thc appeal from the  railway commission, presents to some  degree a new phase of the question,  and there was some reason to anticipate that thc case will be referred  back to  the  commission.  In the judgment of thc board, this  question was gone into exhaustively.  In the argument now in progress  here" it proves to be a very vital element in the case with a rather curious conflict between different parties  on the same side. It is not improb-  oble that the case will"*be referred  back to enable the question of discrimination to be looked into, the  railways contending that it does not  exist, the western counsel holding  that it docs and part of counsel for  eastern interests contending that it  should obtain anyway. The way out  may prove to be a re-hearing before  the board, thus relieving the Government of the responsibility of ratifying the increase and also of the distasteful process of overruling the  commission which is a very rare occurrence, if"thc 1917 case can be regarded as a precedent. Should there  be a re-hearing thc increased rates  meanwhile will remain in force.  While a variety  of    interests    are  lined up against the railway rates increase    and    ask the  Government to  disallow it,  the attack is  from divergent    and     rather  conflicting angles.  It is the old question    of    east    and  west.      The railways seek    a    sharp  increase in rates and they have got it  from    the   tribunal   which    exercises  jurisdiction   over   them.       Provincial,  municipal and commercial bodies are  engaged in   the appeal that, seeks redress from the Government, but while  the  west   wants   rates  determined   in  onc way, the east waftts it done another way.      There is a    variety    of  views and  a variety of issues  raised  and    this     fact    caused    Sir    James  Loughccd to suggest that the appellants get together and determine just  what  points  they  desire  the  Government to pronounce upon.  Both   thc   eastern   and   western   interests,   on   principle,   oppose  thc   in  creased rates, and want them modi  fied but, while counsel for the west- j  ern provinces urge that all parts of [  the country be put on a parity in respect to rates, A. C. McMaster, for j  thc Toronto Board of Trade, in to-!  day's argument, held out strongly for  the maintenance of the present system, whereby rates cast of the lakes  are lower than those in the west.  His contention was that, without this  difference, the eastern manufacturer  would be shut out of the western  market which would be opened to  American competition. It is apparent that the lot of the Government  will not be an easy onc in developing  such a modus operandi as will suit  the variety of appellant interests and  concurrently minister to needs of the  supposedly embarrassed utility.  Manitoba  has   sent  down  a  clever  advocate in  H. J. Symington, whose  address in  opposition  to the rate increase was easily the most elaborate.  His    contention    was    that the case  must be decided on    the    necessities  of  the  Canadian   Pacific, and   that it  had not been  shown  that that company    needed assistance.      Admitting  that assistance is necessary, it should  not be  granted   till  thc  disparity between the east and west is received.  Another  notable  point was   that  the  rates    should    depend on the service  rendered    and     this     was  linked  up  with the contention    that    operating  costs on thc west are lower, revenues  higher  and  traffic   denser,  hence  the  rates should at least be the same as  in the east.  T AFFOR  HON. W. L.  MACKENZIE  KING  SPEAKS AT VANCOUVER.  Liberal Leader Says That This Is a  Moment of Transition in Political  Conditions.  To Adopt Manitoba Plan  District    Agent     Will    Fight     Sow  Thistle in M.unesota.  St. Paul, Minn.���������The plan successfully used in Manitoba���������that of having district agents���������to fight the menace of the sow thistle is advocated  for the Northwestern part of Minnesota by J. H. Hay, dputy commissioner of agriculture, who says that the  thistle situation is becoming serious  in that district.  Mr. Hay urges that a plan of  having county agents plan campaigns to eradicate the evil be worked out.  Complain AboistCar Shortage  C.N.R. Promise to Take Steps to Relieve Situation.  Winnipeg.���������Steps will bc taken to  relieve the car shortage in Northern  "Manitoba on Canadian National lines,  it was announced by A. E. Warren,  general manager, following an interview with J. L. Brown, Pilot Mound,  president of thc United Farmers of  Manitoba. Mr. Brown complained  of thc situation to thc Board of Railway Commissioners here.  Vancouver,  B.C.���������Before    a    great  audience here which gave Hon. W. L.  Mackenzie King and his colleagues a  most enthusiastic reception and hearing, the leader of the  Liberal party,  addressing the second meeting of his  tour of the western    provinces,    laid  especial emphasis on the fundamental  difference   in   attitude,   methods   and  outlook between the party in office at  Ottawa and that of the Liberal parly.  This is a moment of transition in  social and political  conditions which  will go far to determine    the    whole  future   trend  of  Canada's  destiny  as  a nation, and no man or woman, the  Liberal chief declared, can afford to  be neutral in his or her political allegiance.      The choice, he said, is between  thosc who are not    afraid    of  change in the social order, and thosc  who resist change, and between thosc  who  are  progressive  and  those  who  are    reactionary.      He    said  that in  these    days    of    readjustment,    little  thought  or attention  had been  given  to    domestic    affairs,    that^ since the I  election of 1911, there had    been    no  occasion on which the people of Canada as a whole had had an opportunity of hearing'national issues discussed  with  reference  to  those  problems  which are primarily of domestic concern.  Hon. Mr. King discussed the leading questions of the day, the cost^of  living and the tariff, declaring that  what ig wanted is not taking of evidence but immediate reduction in  prices of necessities of life. In regard to the high cost of living, Mr.  King said, the country had left the  people in the dark; taxation, and  what he declared was the extravagance of the Government in the  matter of civil service appointments  and commissions, had played their  part in this direction.  The excuse of war expenditure was  being worn out, but thc real explanation is that proper steps have  never been taken to meet the conditions. Other governments, he declared, weroall taking these matters  j into consideration,    but    the    present  that throughout the period of the  war, little thought or attention had  been given to domestic affairs.  A  body  of voters,  so   large  -as  to  constitute an entirely new electorate  had come to the fore, the young men  j between  thc ages   of 20  and 30 and  the    women    voters.      It    would    bc  found that irrespective of the   names  by    which    they    may bc called, the  choice of the electorate lies today, as  in  the  past, between   those  who are  not afraid of change    in    the    social  order,   and   thosc   who   resist  order;  between those who    are    progressive  and    those    who are reactionary: between those who are prepard to trust  thc  people  and  assist  them in   their  struggle for a wider freedom, social,  conomical,    fiscal    and political, and  thosc   who   mistrust   thc   people   and  are   more   concerned   in   keeping   intact thc strongholds of privilege, than  in   widening   the   opportunity   to   thc  many  who  constitute   thc  great  citizenry of thc nation.  APPOINTMENT OF  INISTER TO U.S.  SUSPEND    PLAN    FOR    CANADIAN   MINISTER   AT  WASHINGTON.  Matter Will Be Left in the Hands of  Sir Auckland Geddes to  Decide.   .  Grain Tie-Up Benefits Farmers  C.P.R. Pays Advance of Four Cents  Per Bushel.  Regina.���������The tie-up of grain transportation on thc Canadian National  lines is resulting in a benefit to farmers marketing grain on Canadian  Pacific railway points of four cents  a bushel.  Instructions have been issued by  the line elevators to all agents at  Canadian Pacific railway points to  pay the farmers an advance of four  cents a bushel over list prices. This  arrangement does not include the  Saskatchewan   Co-operative   Elevator  vsOiiipauy.  T*!-. * ���������     j.fn������    U-ic    !-.*.������.-������     *.r,irrtr.  A.  IXIO     deL|)     LLxLS     UyyLL     yxttyx.it  to "speed up" shipments to thc head  of the Great Lakes.  Washington.���������Appointment of a  special Canadian minister plenipotentiary to the United States is understood to havc been indefinitely postponed. Canada's interests in the  United States thus will be left in the  hands of the Sir Auckland Geddes,  the British ambassador, who, because  of 'his long residence in the Dominion, is regarded by the Canadians as  having full personal knowledge of the  aims and needs of their country.  Steps, looking to the appointment  of a Canadian minister, were at first  taken some months ago, the Canadians feeling that because of the nr-.  gency in rebuilding the trade and  economic relations between the two  countries were pressing need for direct action on the part of Canada in  Washington.  The British Government actually  assisted in an appointment being  made, and estimates were passed, covering such expenditures on Canadian  behalf. Thc plan to establish a separate Canadian minister in Washington has been suspended, however, at  least in execution.  An element which has been considered in connection with direct Canadian representation in Washington is  that Australia, South Africa and other  British colonies and dominions might  desire such representation, in fact,  there was a movement in some of the  dominions for such representation,  and the British Foreign Office was  said  to have taken  the view  that in-  Poland Receiving Allied Help.  London.���������A wireless dispatch from  Moscow says that Poland has received large supplies from the allies  through Danzig. England, the message declares, sent seven steamers  loaded with munitions and three  tanks and 12 small vessels with provisions, while the United States sent  ships with volunteers. From France,  two ships arrived with more than one   efficiency    might    result from having  thousand  infantry and 15  tanks,  the  message says.  ��������� Yon get the full  weight of tea  marked en the  sealed Reel Rose  package.  The tea is weighed  ���������on our costly automatic electric scales before it <?;oes into the  package.  in- the scaled package,  you get not only full  weight, but full flavor,  full strength and all the  good qualities of Red  Rone Tea protected  ngninst thc air, odors and  dust.  New Steamship Service Planned.  Victoria, B.C.���������The British Colum  bia Coast Steamship Service has under consideration a r.ound-thc-island  weekly service, as an attraction to  tourists next summer. Thc plans  call for thc operation of thc Princess  Maquiuna around Vancouver Island  from Victoria. Tlv.: boat goes as far  as Quatsino Sound. Under the new  scheme, she would round thc end of  the island and come down tlie inside,  touching at points en route, going to  Vancouver and then returning here.  Canadian     Government    still    seems  dilatory.  Dealing more particularly with the  fundamental differences in attitude,  methods and outlook, between the  party in power at Ottawa, and that  of thc party which hc represents,  Mr. King said that these were days  of new alignments in social and political orders all over    th    world,    and  Reduction in Collars.  Chicago.���������A    large    middlewestern  manufacturer    of    men's    collars announced a 12 1-2 per cent, price reduction.  several   Dominion  ministers  United States.  in    the  Injured Treated in Hospital.  Belfast.���������Twenty-five persons are  under treatment in the hospitals here  for injuries received in the week-end  disturbances.  jnjSjJ value for the moneyIpentT  ���������^J^^5^aal_ Meat is costly.   Be sure o  1920 Whect Reaches  Harbor.  Montreal.���������The     first  Montreal  *~*" rr-rm 1  <.y* mmmt-m^vm^iilJx^i  of thc 1920  grain crop of Canada lias jur.t reached Montr-...'*! harbor. ( Jt was ascertained at thc headquarters of the Canada Stcanlship lines that the Midland  King, with over 200,000 bushels of  1920 wheat, had already unloaded its  cargo at Port Colborne, from whence  it is being transferred to Montreal.  je. CiU-yct  Red Rosa Coffee is as  generously good as  Red Rose Tea  ������n  ^S*riii-X������l*������tt**irXUl*V3a������!S"i'_B  IVIcuuuuilias Goiiit; lu  Quebec.  Que'-bec.���������The younger Mennonites  of Manitoba, who we re al fii'-su uii-  wiilinn lo decide lo leave* ihat piuv-  iuce: with old or members of thcir sect,  on ae-count of thc educational restrictions, havc now informed lhc ������Juebt-c  Government that a deh nation will be  !*.n:t to the: Abitibi n**|';'nni with a view-  to  f-elt'e-Miur-;  land  to  mi|-nito  to.  P  $il������z  'Wrt****..^  ���������������.������V*V'-:  fll.V'  , .lkp:-p  '���������ft.*>5*-*'****.  tmmmzz  ���������We  T;*.x Receipts Five Million.  V*M>c(iiM'<M* ..���������''!������ i'* ��������� *���������"* r*������e*cie11 *  -*,*,���������( ll* .1   t'l *   t* .'al   l>:ii'l      1"      th"     city  tr<;i'-nr\*   ..o   f.-ir   this     year     l'>     o\vr  This is a Short Letter, But It  Proves  the  Reliability of  Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.  Both well.  On I.. ���������"I waa weak and  run down, had no appetite and was nervous. Tho nurse who  took care of me told  me to try Lydia R.  Pinkham 3    Vegetable   Compound,  and now 1 nm get-  tingstrong. I recommend your medicine  to my friends, and  you   may   n-se   my  t.entimonml.''���������Mra.  W. J. Brady, R. II. 2,  Bothwell, Ont.  Tho  resiHon" why  Lydin  J'J.   J'mkhiim'n   Vegetable Com-  poun-jl \a ho fuiecx-Ksful in overcoming  woman's ills in because it eontuiiui tho  tonic, strengthening propertied of good  nhl-fnshinned  roots  and   herbs,   which  net on the lemai.s organism.    Women  from all parl.-s of the country are -continually testifying to it������ utrengthening,  curative influence, and as it contains no  tinreoticH or harmful drujju it in a flufo  medicine for women.  If you want Hpeeial advice write  l.ydiu i'i. linkiiuui m-eiiciuu (Jo. (con-  ihk.i't.hd), Lynn, *lua.i. Your letter  will be opened, rcud, und answered by  "t^  an curtail  much   as   cr-ftHii  "     \  tly.   Bo sure of getting     \  oH the nourishment from  the meat    \  you cat. 1  Keen's D. S. F. Mustard  1  makes your food more easily      g  digested and  assimilated, so  that there is no waste.  Havo Keen's D. S. F. Mustard always on your table.  MAGOR, S0IT& CO.,  Limited  Montreal Toronto  Canadian A&tnl*.  13  ONLY TABLETS MARKED  "BAYER"   ARE   ASPImw  Not Aspirin at All without the "Bayer Cross"  ^~0-^m_fjll)00^  nnmn   "Tlnjct"   Montiflr--*   tho  ���������e-iiiiiue-    Aiii'irin,���������the-    At-piriu  Tho  only   geinnm**   Aiqi  jire'ecrilicel hy phyiiie*iam������ for ovor nine-  * teni yearn and new made? tn Canada.  Always*  buy  an   unbroken  pnoka-r**  of "liVyer Tubh-tN of Anpirin" w' ioh  T^J.......   *Jrt   ,.-*.,,v ������*.���������������*.���������������    A*.**tvl���������������"3  ���������v-ntalni  prope^r direction*  for CoMit*  '.r.-acJ.U-he-,    't '..ut'KH'he',     K:er.'*'-he-,    NVll-  ralgia. Lumbago, r.houinatHm. Neuri-  ti*e, .Joint  lMiiif. and  Pain jjcm-raUy.  Tin   boxes  of   12   tablet h  cent  but  a low <''-ntn.    I-arj.**.-**' ''Hay-..������������������������" jia-t.-kayt*j.  .���������������_You it-trust *ny '���������nayee-r"  ti-rtr  A~~i,U\u Ut tlie-- U-Z'U n*'*.rl- - r7*(:Ht*-rM In -rv-nn-l * > nl Vav, Z^Z^ll^.ul'.u. Muy*r  .,,,l,*'���������,.|,l.*.1..*.- <ef ���������.���������i-l.-yll.-M.'l**. Wl-l'.- ������t, ��������������� -.v.*.I knuM. ueut AM*>rhi '���������'���������_'������������������������������ .?.'.^������  i HUiiifartur.*.   to   eemlit   tie-  |>eil.1!fi   en.'ielnst   I'littutlons    t*.  , I      ��������� .   . I   .. -j .   " ���������*>       4 r- iv    4 , .      wv>   nfl' III)      * ' |     xi '    *    1        *     1  i  TuM'-t* of Jlayr ejo:i>i>-u������jr  tTMNDtSju*.  ij*lH(J������faS#.Wf**������f!n  l*n*l14fflt*������H1;  *t*pSe������i^^i***^  BBBMMBBMSSgg  t-mm-mmt-x-m^^ THE  CBESTCK  BEVIEW  bb xtm ss as  a  ^|B%i������%l  Exceptional value  at $6.7 5  per box  Get one of these  packages now, as  we do not expect  to be able to secure any more for  some time.  Local and Personal  A    OQCC  ti Hh ofce,  GENERAL MERCAANT  Fob Sale���������One horse. Ashley  Cooper, Wynndel.  Birth���������On Oct. 2nd, to Mr. and  Mrs. A. N. -Couling. a son.  R. B. Staples was a business visitor  at J������elson over the week-end.  Packers Wanted���������At once, two  good apple packers. Ashley Cooper &  Sons, Wynndel.  For Sale���������Collie pups, good cattle  dogs, $5 each.    R. Stewart, Creston.  Cow For Sale���������Purebred Jersey,  good milker.    W.V. Jackson, Creston.  Car For Sale���������Second hand Ford,  in fine shape.    Enquire Keytew Office.  Mrs. G. A. Hunt of Kitchener was a  guest of Mrs. Henderson for the fall  fair.  Cabbage For Sale���������3 cents a  pound, bring your own sacks. H. L.  Oosthwait, Cretton.  Mr. and Mrs. Looks of Cranbrook  were here for the fair, guests of Mr.  and Mrs. F. J. Rose.  nibi  Standard Touring Car $740.00  Runabout    ....    710.00  Sedan 1250.00  Coupe 1050.50  Chassis    .....   675.00  Truck Chassis    .    ,  T~.  rmrxrtrt  JA,XJ*.4XX  Tryfi  (\C\  t aj'-Lf. vv  Prices are f.o.b. Ford, Ont.  and do not include any  Federal or other taxes.  Bargains in Used Oars  One 1919 Ford  $750.00  xj&assjf-xiijnJt.       tr l/il,     ua-x.  shape, or will  trade  for single buggy.  Morrow's Blacksmith shop, Creston.  Cockerels For Sale���������Rose Comb  Rhode Island Reds, purebred stock,  $3 each.     Mrs.W. V.JacKson, Creston.  Wagon For Sale���������3$ Hamilton  wagon, good as new, $75, can be seen  at Earl's   blacksmith   shop,   Creston.  Lost���������Small light brown dog, white  on tail, answers to name of Fanny.  Reward on leaving same with Alex.  Mirabelli, Creston.  E. W. Thomas, cashier at the Bank  of Commerce, returned on Monday  from a two week's holiday with  friends at Nanaimo.  The usual services are announced  for Sunday next, Oct. 10th, in Holy  Cross Church, Creston, with Father  Desmarais in charge.  Mrs. Bamford of Cranbrook was  among the out-of-town visitors at this  year's fair-, and was the guest of Mrs.  Hayden during her stay in town.  Live Fowl Wanted���������Will buy live  hens, chickens ,ducks.    Top cash price  paid.    Dong Barney, Pacific Restaur  ant,   Creston���������next    Mawson    Bros,  store.  with Starting 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 will give terms  and take notes of reliable  parties.  Greston Auto & Supply  fi. 3. BEYAK, Prop.  on Thursday evening next, Oct. 14th.  A full turnout of both membeas and  sojourning brethren is requested.  Pendingv re-opening in the new  house the last' show at the P-aekin  theatre will be Saturday eveniug, Oct.  16th. It will probablv be the first  Saturday in November before the new  playhouse can be used.  The only case of over-celebrating on  fair day appears to have been Albin  White of the local Indian reserve,  who was.up before Magistrate Crompton on Monday and fined $15 and  costs for his over-indulgence in fire  water.  The Methodist Ladies' Aid l-eport a  fairly good day of it at their lunch  room in Speers' Hall on fair day, the  intake being just oyer $30. The noon  hour business was light, but at supper  time they sold completely out of  eatables.  C.P.R. Agent Swanson has just  been notified by the Dominion Express Company that in future it will  not accept express business of any  sort at Creston depot on Sundays.  The new order went into effect at all  points on Oct= 3rd.  The October meeting of Creston  Board of Trade is exiled for Tuesday  nischt. In view of John Keen, M.P.  P.'s statement as to the progress that  is being made on drainage, this matter is likely to be prominent in the  evening's discussions.  The fifteen or more Valley citizens  who have already taken out trapping  licenses will hear- with satisfaction  that an order in council has been passed which makes Nov. 1st the opening  day for trapping, instead of December  1st, as was first announced.  Creston fair furnished a convenient  excuse for Jos. Heath of the experimental farm staff at Invermere to  take a few da-^s off for- a renewal of  old Valley acuuaintanccs. Mrs, Heath  accompanied him on the brief visit.  They returned on Sunday.  The feature of the weather- statistics  for September is the abnormal rainfall  recorded, the supply of wetness for  the month being 2J inches. The hottest day was the second when the  mercury hit 82 in the shade, and the  coldest touch was on the 28th, when  33 was recorded.  Ill Tei  LIMITED  LISTER���������CRESTON  Freight & Passenger  Service  Having juftt installe*-! *i 7-passenger  light delivery ant'i we- ure prepared to i?arry pas-^-rigi-rs and  handle frf-iprl������T '-���������!' parr-el1*-* from  any point on the route between  Liftter  and  ('.'rem.on    -either way.  September hung up the rather  creditable record of seven births, of  which four- were girls and three boys.  There were no marriages, and but one  death.  R. E. Beattie of Cranbrook was a  week-end business yisitor here, arriving on Saturday in time to look over  Creston's biggest and best fall fair  display.  The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid had  quite a busy time of it at their refreshment booth at the main building  on fair day, the gross intake funning  to about $70.  Judging by the gate receipts, which  were slightly over $300, the crowd at  the fall fair on Saturday may be  safely placed at 800���������a little larger  than a year ago.  A. J. Richea of Cranbrook is a  visitor here for a couple of weeks,  relieving VV. Ford, teller at the Imperial Bank, who is away on his  annual two weeks' vacation.  Tho afternoon and evening of Wednesday. Deo. 1st, is booked by the  L'-eli.-s' Guild of Christ Church for  their annual bazaar and entertainment connected therewith.  On the way. a huge oar of the justly  famous Royal Household flour, bran*  shorts, chicken feed, rolled oats, etc.  Karly ordering of your requirement!-*  is desirable.    T. M. Kdmondson.  A   iree-eiin-j; oi" ail   interested   in  the  purchase of hay will be held in Mercantile-   Hall   on   Saturday night, Oct.  .nth. at H.'A).    'Hring along an estimate  Arraiigein-'iit.* '-an he inaele- with uh   eif the quantihy will he requiring.  t.odi, hauling  of  any   'b'sr-ription  (Jar li.-ave-f-j JLi.st.e-* IP a.m. daily, except   .Sunday.      R<-t nr-ning  leave.*5-;  (JreKte*ii at. !������ p.in.  Considerable damage is being done  on the hay lands on the flats due to  duck hunters neglecting to close the  gates behind them, thus allowing  the cattle to get in at the growing  and stacked feed. Unless greater  care is taken by hunters in this connection drastic measures will be taken  to remedy matters.  .... At the meeting of the charter members of Creston and District Library  Association on Thursday night a  board of management was elected as  follows*: Mesdames Lyne, Hamilton,  Henderson, and Messrs. Adlard and  Brousson. who will meet to-night to  complete arrangements for- getting  tne library staited.  The Valley got caught in another  rainy spell which set in on Friuuy  last, and more or less showery and  cloudy weather has prevailed ever  since. Just how seriously this is crippling haying operations can be learned from the fact that for all September there were only fourteen days in  which haymaking was possible.  Stanley Watson having declined the  appointment of returning officer for  Kaslo riding in connection with the  coming prohibition referendum, Jos.  W. Bell has been chosen for the position, and is now at the north end of  the riding appointing the deputies at  the various polling divisions. All told  there will bo 20 polling booths, of  which seven will be in Creston Valley.  a t. rinv t line- eicv.*r<  ���������rl.  Leave- orde-rsat. <\'anyi*n <"ity srihool,  }������' r-jf.p i *, ,!i    n|i,e*i.     C  ',-,.,:!, ,| ,   , ,i ,ut lli,]fli  < 'at*   is   al.se-i    available-   fe,r   fikhijig  ��������� ripu,   Snnday   mil in/rs.  e,r  f.nmH-  piil't ai.le in      in     e-V.-hnig    .-iri.i.'e't..i i i |-  111< ��������� e11 -i al. ;tn>    i .< <iii i..  X-~Xly~.    Xl   IX-mlXX.    XL   ������  VX-    Jl    ���������   *������w XmS- m  K. THOMPSON,  Supt,  The Indies' Guild of ChriHt. Church  will heelel un Hallowe'en party iu the  Parish Hali on Friday evening, Oct.  2!'th. nt HAD. Admission 75c. including   *-*upper,    (.nen.s.   card'-i,   dancing.  J'.e.-ite,* Kneix announces that hit;  address on Sunday mi. iCricksoii at '5  ri.ru. anel i"i<'*.tem at I'M), will be- on  tlie timely fei'-ie* eif I'niliililfion, anel  a conlinl   iiiyit.il luii is  ex-1 <*ndee|  to all  \j> (it ti-lid.  U .      -.--ml   mmmlmmi K.J    I I  PLASTERER  i la-ite-ring  by 11  anil   t -rnenr,    r iiubiniig  ie* 'lay or n,\\\ met.  t *.. t * t t.fi .. <  . -1 .     .    Ji    ��������� rJi I      I . i ���������   .        .. I 11 I      .'II     .   v < . 11 i. i i , i i  l'w.1'1   of   .N'e-1'1,11.   V. he. di'l   I* he- jlleltfilljj-  in tie- nef-dlei-inrk. juvenile and hcIiooI  di'et.i ie -t.'.'-e e|i-.p|*iyen ji t. the- fair, Were*  |oi"M"    of    Mc..    Miy**<    diM'in-*;    tln-ir  ..I ,iy  in ('i ���������   .t'.ii.  I.  VV   i'i i i in iiiil I    nf    \tiiiill,   ������������������'nnnl  liui'iter    eif     |t.(   .   Mli'ieiri jr*     |,ej<lp;e*,   will  WED. OCT. 13  WILLIAM FOX pro-senta  MISS TRAVERSE  GAMBLING IN  SOULS  MIJ'ITcfcJKI-'Kiii  William Hohenzollern  FOX NEWxS  'II    l>      ������.*ll       *,. I      ,-t   I-        IMII t������#A  Wce'l.ly     the' I.it *���������*,', newa  the world.  it*..,.,  of  A Moment's  Pause  will give you plenty of time to  decide that it pays to have the  best possible work done- in  Auto Repairing  We offer all the best Suppl'"-3  and Accessories, and do prompt,  careful work in repairing.  '-aaft.^s?  Cooler Weather  Frost touches tbe past few mornings forcibly remind that the cooler���������and then the colder���������weather is  at hand, and you are! sure to be needing something to  replace worn or Mtbed out parts of your heating equipment. No matter what your requirements may be we  can supply most everything you are likely to need���������  Coal Stoves, Oil Heaters., Coal Hods  Stove Boards, Stove Pipes, Elbows  Tees, Dampers, &c.  Or if a new COOK STOVE is wanted we have a line of  these that will please���������in price and servicability.  Hardware & Furniture Supply  M. J. BOYD Company Manager  OB  "PERFECTION"  OIL HEATER  TTT weighs onty ten pounds.    It can be carried to any  ll    part of the house in perfect safety.    It cannot smoke  ���������that has been made impossible by our patent "Flame  Spreader Lock."    You cannot turn up the wick too far.  No. 525���������New Perfection Heater   ....    $10.00  No. 530��������� " I*       Nickel finish     11.00  Wicks for New Perfection Heaters  Consider thc convenience���������when thc cold weather arrives  ���������when the youngsters come home from school nnd dad  from work, chilled to thc bene when thc "spare room"  must be pressed into service���������when ther's illness in the  home���������and a hundred and one other times, a Perfection  TToi-itioi* l-o'jnnrej -nmv<*V. Honn. vjulimit warmth.  MAWSON   BROTHERS  ISctUcr Sci vice General Merchants Lower 1'rices  I  *r-i(*ni*u*������*������iMe������  :r.tma^*t*-0*tmtm.J4ir:*i.*^Mii ffmtriy������it*amxitxt  ���������-'���������^^^^..i*,..,,^.^!^^^^^*^^^  *We-**'l*������i'*-*^ffr  l.it^iJ^.A.AM'j*,-*^^  ���������.>^..-..j.rjxi~,..

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