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 lAtsmmjta  aa  l'i^'^iil^^1T���������w''���������^���������^'T!H^���������^'���������i^t^S  *-7 r.i       0p    j       L  -y  ,!      "-#     *)f    / .0  "      I . *������������������)  " V     OCT 1 9 19S������  OTORiA,  ****vC*'-*������v=.-u; ia***:**-****  ^Provinffial Library apl 21   j  Vol. XII.  CRESTON, B. C, FRffiM, OCTOBER 15, 1920  No. 32  M. Wigen has his staff busy at  present loading out a car of lumber.  J.B. Winlaw loaded out a car Of  poles here this week, whieh went east  on Tuesday's freight.  Haying operations are again suspended on account of the rain and the  opinion is general that the hay that  . has been putajp will be good for little  but mulch purposes.  M. Wigen's boarding bouse was the  scene of a social function on Satuday  night when Duck Greek young folks  tL~w% . rx -crcwl  arrivals at. Kitchener and are busy  making arrangements to commence  operations. They haye 4 carloads of  mill plant here but just now are on  the hunt for a portable outfit wherewith to saw the lumber for their mill  as well as the flume they will also  erect. The new mill will be a double  bandsaw outfit, and will be erected  close to Kitchener townsite.  Open Letter  to Stockbreedeas  Association  Creston's Sept.  ���������it  A meeting  of the United  Farmers  ...til    Ur.   UrxiJi     rxX    tin  VV a..    VJVr   XXXJXLX     *Ar*J    *4Xl  Saturday  night.  *.X**XX*   XV VI* ���������*������������������* J*" ***  national policy.  Business  discussion  general,  of   t.he  Gentlemen : As you are aware there  will be a vast amount of stock to dispose of in ihe Creston district before  winter sets in, and as the chief buyer  of cattle in the Valley does not seem  to want any at this time, the stockman i-4 having an anxious time as the  buying of hay fer any number of stock  -- -'~% of the question. So I repeot-  make the suggestion  that the  dances of the season.  When it conges to haying an iron  constitution ee)rt$������inly the-palm hiVist  be  yielded-to -:*Mr8. J. B. Bifdd������ wio ^..���������.������������������ ..������ ^������������������������,.��������� ������������������*,���������..^^���������  returned on' .ttHfoy frortt MayOBr^.   $?***?% ^tVZ^L^    ^  thers   -aV^W;^^  where she successfully. underWettfc. an  operation fo^'gdiiiw..   The. doctors re:  moved   five, -goitejs.  one  of   which  was almost, eight inches long and four,  inches across, while another Of>thje.|fi"  was six inches lohg. arid Over three  -inches across.   Her case: was a very  complicated; as two -of "then* were it*  the  neighborhood*' of her ears, while  another \tfas seriously  affebttng her.  lungs.   The goiti-es"removed weighed  almost six pounds and the   hospital |':  officials state that they were the largest they   have ever  encountered   at  Rochester.  Stockbreeders Association ascertain  tKe approximate number for disposal  ahd.tlxen get in touch with the other  associations in   the   province,  giving  'mJrJlJum:~..t -.������   Xlx���������    mx.x~r.Sxr.���������    .. mt A    kt^J      ~.������  pai uie;uial n vii  uQB miUiUer auu. si IMG   Ox  stock for sale. I think in this way we  could dispose of tjuite a+ few carloads  and thereby avoid haying a lot of dead  carcasses decorating the flats next  sgrtng.  DIVISION I.���������G. K Smith, Principal.  Enrolled 35. Highest standing: Entrance���������Eva Webster, Athena Schade,  Robert Moore. Ifourth Reader���������El*-  son Lidgate, Dean^^eairs, Louise Romano. '������������������'������:,-  Perfeet Attendance���������Sydney Bell,  Evelyn Bevan, Charles ��������� Bush, Thode  Gregory, Robetfc., ^Crawford, Freda  Lewis . Robert Mob.re, Clara Morrow.  Herbert Manuel, Qlaf Payne, Dean  Peairs, JSladjrs'��������� ??7ebster. -Donald  \oung, ftdith faifreyman.  DIVISION II.���������F. H, Pearce, Teacher.  Highest standing: Senior Third���������  Marguerite Benney^3oyce Moore, -Jim  Oherrihgton, Junior Third���������Ervin  Davis, Edith Couling, Elizabeth Lewis.  Perfect Attendance ��������� Marguerite  Benney, Ollie ^Christie, Harold Davis,  Enery Doble, Elya Kelly, Marion  Learwouth, Joyces Moore. Helen  Moore, Annie_ Smith, Albert Sherwood, Mabei weskJean Wood, Leslie  Boffey, James"- Chemngtori, Edith  Couling, Harry vfXiobbett. James  Leamy, Elizabeth/?Le wis, Winnifred  I Palfrey man,   Ethel*-*'  Peairs,   Gordon  Women's Institute   which   has   been  kindly handed over by them  to the  Public Library Association.   For $3.00  four books can be drawn, two of which The  cateroillar  engine, which   has  can be of new fiction ana two others been out of commission for a couple of  either Bon-fiction or of the* old library.- week8 awaiting some repairs, is again  For a start the library will  be avail- at work���������doing a good job of stump.  able twice a week, Saturday evening  being one occasion and the other an  afternoon not yet fixed. Names of  those wishing to join, together with  subscription, can be sent to Mrs. Hamilton as early as possible as the more  funds available the -sooner the library  can be got into working order. Next  week we hope to -furnish further particulars.  Worns-m's BnstStsBte  JOHN MOORES. | spiers, Willis Woocfc Harris Gregory.  DIVISION HI.���������V.^Sng!and, Teacher.  Pupils   whose   progress   was   most  marked:. Rory Bolton, Marion Collis,  Verne Olson, Arthiii? \Vebster.  &������g������B1>'%f&������gS   tttwMtf'v-W-  Methodist pastor Knox will be here  for service on Sunday afternoon, and  it is hoped there will be a big attendance, as  he will discuss issues of the  ���������^u:i������:������-:^������x ������iAK:...:e������ rx* -,.i.:-������u ������~*i:���������~  ^IXXdtxXXdtVXydXA    fdxy4X4t<VXr.Vyr    VJ XX     Vd XXVV-XX     V \A*/tX*QL.  takes place Wednesday.  Mrs. ^Valdle of Fernie is here at  present;on **.;fyisit to her parents, Mr.  an^^rs.. ,Wear^aw|tfc|i);  ' Canyon'; rahcK'e^s- haying cleaii'ed^ up:  their fruit harvesting operations last  week haye now a little time to help  out the Erickson growei-s get. ih theirr  field crops.  Mrs. and Miss Bateman and Miss  Pepperdine of Calgary. Alta., who  have spent a couple of. weeks at the  Bateman & Pepperdine ranch, left for  home this week.  Mr. Vance has sub-let part of the  T. Hickey logging contract with the  company, and has this week gone to  work taking out timber.  Elder Reed of the Reorganized  Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day  Saints is holding a series of meetings  in the schoolhouse here at present,  and for Sunday night at 8 has selected,  the timely subject of "Ancient America" which will be of special interest  to all,  Several in this section are. busy  sinking wells in order to be sure of the  winter's water supply, and some of  them have struck an excellent flow at  fourteen feet.      " '  Rev. G. Knox addressed the members of Creston Women's Institute on  Friday afternoon on the coming prohibition plebiscite and specially emphasized the importance of placing nothing but an X on the ballot paper���������-as  many bad been spoiled in the past owing-to that fact not being thoroughly  understood, Owing to the whist drive  e*_*Ji������.-ji; *._* A.-.-*.. _: -, -������������_ xt-. r --.A..c.n  auteuanuf ui.uc -^evKii *jy i-ue iune/ei������iuc  on Armistice Day, Nov. 11, being also  the date of tbt#next regular meeting,  the Noyember session or the Institute  jfp ftttei^d^-td-j: Saturday. 6th, to allow  for final- arrangements for that night  being made.  - w .     "  A donation of $10 has been forward-  ec(! ibythel |������stitute to ihe Nayy ~  ''i&rffi.@ainL^^  . yy^i^zzZZ-P ���������-^3#*&^������^^  Jim Long has just been notified of  his appointment as deputy returning  officer in connection with the taking  of the temperance vote on Wednesday. Polling will be at the school-  house from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. According to the new list only about 60  votes aro liable to be cast here,  Mrs. F. V. Staples, who has been a.  visitor at Grand Forks for the past  month, arrived home again on Sunday.  The ^potato crop is now being faar-  yested in this section and the reports  to hand would indicate a yield of  seyen tons to the acre.  ork���������doing a good job of stumping on the Charleson place.  Supt. Rowbury got back the early  part of the week from a trip to Victoria. Mrs. Rowbury and tlie children are remaining at the eapital for a  longer stay.  F. Powers has. got nicely settled in  the new house"erected on his permanent location. He reports a good demand for his White Leghorn poultry,  having disposed of about $120 worth  of them already this month.  There is & great demand for accident  insurance policies at Lister at present.  This week Vine. Llddicoatt drove into  camp with a Eord car and the destruction of dogs, poultry, etc.. he accomplished on his initial trip through the  settlement is largely responsible for  the rush for accident insurance.  TK<  d.rtvmvv4X0vt-&v.   xrt.. X4X..atl\rX      *r. Xr V.  tltfc  Perfect Attendaisce���������Rophina An-t work the past week on a new cottage  drosow, -John Beiasger. Nadine Bel!. J or the land Geo. Hobden recently  Edward Bush, William Bush, Eva Bol-  x t_������-^__,_-  e������_i������.,-��������� * "ER., t A~nx-2r..l-rx    tei���������n  iaju, xxxioVji o*Jtu*Jtt. tucu umeSner, lava  Christie, Marion Collis, Letty Couling,  Clarence    Doble, ...Alex.   Henderson,  ���������ft&fr���������* the rie w: l������ublic-LibMr^ Ass*������  ciation. An interesting' deba"te: was  -heldroh tbe question of whether amain  can -do a woman's work as well or bet-  ���������terfchan a woman can do man's work.  MrsV Downs and Mrs. Mallandaine in  the affirmative pointed out that many  positions filled by men which are commonly looked upon as the work of  wojpen���������such as dressmaking, cooking, nursing, etc.���������while on the other  .side Mrs. Thurston and Mrs. Birney  made out a good case for the* women,  showing quite plainly how the latter  'were able to adapt themselves to circumstances and do men's work well  notably in war time. Mrs. Downs  summed up for the affirmative and  the popular yote was for the affirmative.  William Manuel, Muriel Gatway,Dora  Spratt, Harold Speers, May Sweet.  DIVISION IV���������E.������.McLeod,Teacher.  Highest standing r Receiving���������Cathie Mawson, Jack OrNeiI, 1-eyi Doble.  First Primer-���������Betty Spiers. Gwen  Webster, M.V.VJ/L- Goodwin. Second  Primer-1���������Margaret Little, Jean McCreath, Ada Lewis. ::v ~-  , Pupils making perfect attendance  ^y*ij^<0ld Benjegeiv Lyda Christie,  ~V> S0hria*^v'i>$,ranlt Crawford,  Thr/mas'^rrosfch^p^. Wilbert Doble,  ;,I^^*>;.;l>-o^  Hbpwbotl," Evelyn Iiijju,;v&argaret  Little, Frances, Moore,.John Norris,  Mervyn Oatway, Randall. Payne,  Caroline Pinter, Betty Speers, Aileen,  Spratt, Cecil Tose, Gwen Webster,  Clnzene Winfree, Beth West, Euphe-  ruia Fisher, Jean Fisher, Cathie Mawson.  iiiiy  purchased from J. E. Myers, which,  we understand, wiii be occupied by  Mrs. McKelvie.  ek  started work on new residences for  Messrs. Bunting and Weaver, who are  erecting rather comfortable 24- x 36 ft.  houses. R. Milner is also haying a  new house erected.  Residents of Lister and the immediate district are reminded that  when requiring hunting or trapping  licenses these can be had from game  -       - T3i~A r  The West Erickson water users  community got in their supply of pipe  last week and .men were at once put  to work installing it, which will  ensure a domestic: supply ipr almost  immediate use.  Mr. and Mrs. J, S. Peck and children  of Edmonton are visitors here this  week, with Mrs. Peck's parents, Ms*,  and Mrs. Geo. Cartwright.  Principal Palmer's report of Erickson schboL for September; sliows' an  enrollment of 31 pupils, and an: av-ep  - ������ge-:*t,p^*v~&^'^  perfect attenedttwce'are^Tom ���������uatnpbelr  Lloyd Oartwright, Ruth Cartwright,  Florence Craigie^ Celia Handley, Ettie  Littlejohn, Katherine Littlejohn, Edward Martin, Beulah Penson, Beth  Putnam, Madeline Putnam.  F. A. Bntler has been sained deputy  returning officer in connection with  the vote on temperance plebiscite on  Wednesday next. He. will likely utilize the schoolhouse as polling place,  the 20th having been declared a public  holiday.  ~.sMu*Sm&M^~-St~i&  \Sp  have  load-  The Sash & Door Company  completed the transfer of their  ing platform to a point at their spur,  which will considerably shorten the  lumber haul for them.  We'trust when the roads estimates  aro being made up at tbe end of the  year that Kitchener section will re-  coiye generous consideration. At  times the highway is so bad that tho  PaulHon truck is unable to negotiate  them and has to be taken olf work.  Jas. Arn'ell hnd the good luck to bag  a deer on Sunday. On the Sabbath  hunters are moio numerous than deer  which in part accounts for tho few  that haye been taken thiw season thus  far.  Capt. Forrester and son, Lionel,  who have been away for a few montliH  on a. trip oimt, arrived back a few days  ago. Lionel has gone to work for  Paulson-Mason, Ltd.  CiUM'liu Craw ford, un oui tliiiu txrPi-  eh.iil l������e.;i.c huu couiplulcd all <Ui.iii^c-  nientii and expects to be leaying any  day for Kamloops \vlu*i <��������� he will make  headquarters at tho old man's home.  bin new residence here. He has put  up tnoi.tly in bin uparc time and certainly has the satiufactinn of knowing  he has the tidio-nt looking and brut  appointed of tbe smallci- ni'/ed bou-ics  in Kitchener.  Fob   Sale���������One    horse.      Ashley  Cooper, Wynndel.  Fob Sale���������Collie pups, good cattle  dogs, $5 each.   R. Stewart, Creston.  Library AssooiatEon  The five members of the board of the  new.. Public Library Association met  last Thursday night and .elected Jas.  Adlard chairman, with Mrs. Hamilton  secretary-treasurer until the end of  the year. The board formulated a  constitution and by-laws, and it was  decided that the fee to belong to the  Association should be ijpz a year, for  which two books can be drawn at a  time if only one of them is of the new  fiction, but the other can be non-fiction  or one of the old library of the  Live Fowl Wanted���������Will buy live  'hens, chicken-? ,ducks. Top cash price  paid. Dong Barney, Pacific Restaurant. Creston���������next Mawson Bros,  store.  WARNING!  Following Sunday school there will  bs the usual fortnightly Methodist  seryice at the school at 11.30 Sunday  morning, at which Pastor Knox subject will be "The Ballot."  Everything is -rom*!dii''''!*'' u** in fin**  tshape for the Thanksgiving concert at  the school on Monday night. The  scholars will give almost the entire  programme, which will start at eight  p'clpek.   Refreshments will be served.  ;?  ^d^jfee admission & 50c  I  The bif? family who visit the  Indian orchard and camp there in  the owner's absence had better atop  doing so. This has gone on for a  year, and they have been seen several times.  E-LECdf TOMS  President Mc.Gee presided at the  October meeting of Lister United  Farmers on Friday-night, which was  well attended considering the treacherous weather we have been having. It  was regularly decided that in future  the regular meeting would be held the  first Friday night in each month, and  during the winter an effort will be  made to have some competent person  giye a talk or read a paper on some  subject of interest. Col. Davies, head  of the Land Settlement Board, wrote  stating that the department had purchased the entire stock of a coast  nursery which assures an ample sup-  Jly of apple trees for spring planting,  t was also decided to go in for cooperative purchasing of flour, feed,  poultry supplies, etc., and already an  order has been placed for a car of  these, which will be handled by the  secretary. A notice board is to be  erected at a central location on which  notices of all meetings will be posted  and at the foot r.f which will be a  letter box into which can be dropped  orders for feed. Three new members  were enrolled, which gives the local a  membership of 55.  e&    tu  llnvt v  r,  le-yiiwll  l<*.   Me'CJeme'mil.  Hilly JohlliiOO  evem: vi^ilentt nt C'ic;iteil*  the early part of the week.  fili'ti.MiH.   Wright, (Vowe   anel  tttnd-  vvieL. Montivul hinibvi men, aie tce-e'iit.  H<)OU ARE ALREADY HEAVILY TAXED, and the whole Province is crying  \y out for more Schools, Hospituls and Roads. Are you prepared to submit to  &J submit to heavier taxation to support an army of Coast Guardsmen, Preventive Officers, detectives and stool pigeons in a fruitless endeavor to enforce  an Act which has not, as yet, been successfully enforced in any country in the  world.  Do not bc led astray by thc emotional arguments of paid professional  purists. The United States Federal Government has appropriated over  ,$14,000,000 in a futile effort to enforce Prohibition, irrespective of vast appropriations by individual States, and heavy municipal expenditures, amounting to  millions more.. Buy any Amorican paper and see for yourself whether their  prohibitory law prohibits.  On the statement of the Premier made at Revelstoke on October (>th, 85%  of the responsibility of tho enforcement of the present Prohibition Act rests with  the Municipalities.  Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 2095  Meets THIRD THURSDAY of  each month at Mercantile  Hall. Visiting brethren cordially invited.  ERIC OLSON, W.M  If YOU call the Prohibition Tune, don't complain if vou  asked to pay the Piper.  Yon havo seen the workings of tho Prohibition Act.  ;o!i!inbiii common sense  are  | ���������  t^���������^^^^^^0r-        ^mt^^^^^\*     ^^^^^^J^^t\     ^|^^ju^ hnt *^**Mf a^mX  ^w^^^^^^^      *^^~SHBHf3l   ^^^H55HH   ^������������������^w**-^. W^ ^^1 r^^  Ufli                                       \hTjM       *4Wt*l|      LgyK^l Xy^J L|J LfJ  ac  Saturday, Oct. 16  HELEN EDDY  in  The Trembling Hour  I'AiiT o  ELMO, THE iMIGHTY ���������BEVIEW,     COEOTSTOtBt    &  f*  OLD FOLKS NEED  MILD BOW^L TONIC  And Should Avoid the Use of  Harsh Pills and Drastic  Purgatives.  Old people, no matter how sound  and healthy, should avoid cathartic  pills, purgative water, salts and all  such temporary relief measures. They  ease conditions today, but bind you  up worse than ever tomorrow.  It is better to get the bowels into  the habit of performing their needful function at a certain time each  day and this can be done by  strengthening the muscles of the  stomach and bowels by the tonic  action of Dr. Hamilton's Pills, a mild  laxative that acts as close to nature's way as possible.  Thousands of people, old and  young, prevent and cure habitual  constipation by using Dr. Hamilton's  Pills, a mild yet active medicine that  is noted for its promptness in curing headaches, belching gas, sourness in the stomach, fullness after  meals, liver soreness and muddy complexion.      You'll havc    the    best    of  "You know I desire it above all else,"  he said earnestly.  "And you want her to know beyond  the shadow of a doubt that it is she  ���������not her money, don't you?"  "Ye/, she will have to know that."  Haight had reseatedt^imself on the  moss.      Timberley stood befpre him.  "Haight," he said, "you're not a  bad fellow at all. You're my friend;  I like you and you know it. If I  hadn't like you, I'm damned if I'd  quit my practice to come up here on  this wild-goose chase just to please  you. Now, tell me exactly what  you're driving at."  "You" needed the change, Tom,"  fenced the other. "You were pretty  hard hit, and I knew it. A fellow-  feels a thing like that; lie feels it."  Timberley shot him a look.  "Oh, I've been through it," said  Haight grimly. "I know what it's  like." He laughed oddly. "It's all  right to give advice, Tom; to advise a  man what to do or not to do after he  has been thrown down by the one  woman. It's a question which is the  bigger fool, though, the man who  gives advice or the man who listens  to it.  "You sec," he said, rubbing a blood-  crusted ear gingerly, "falling in love  is like getting bitten by a black fly.  Onc doesn't realize the pain of it un  I didn't catch what you said, but the  crash of the stream drowned your  words." Please say it again, won't  you?"  She gazed upon him calmly, deliberately,  as  though  considering.  "You've got to get out of here,"  she informed him.. "You've got to  get out  of here,  quick."  Timberley's lips twisted into a  sneering smile. "Well," hc returned, "I guess I can do th^t, if it's your  orders. Perhaps I am trespassing  on your property, Miss?"  "No," she said, "t'ain't our property; it's a part of our trappin'  grounds, but we ain't got no call to  order anybody off of it. I'm simply  tellin' you somethin' fer your own  good.      You'd best go back to where  QrsnaSSigd Eyelids,  Eyeo inflamed by exposure to Sun, Dcst and Wind  quickly relieved by Murine  ,^2^ EyoBetaedj'. No Smarting,  just   Eye  Comfort.     A.  Vour Druggists or by mail 60c per Bottle.  For Boob ~i ths Eye free write -t-ia  Murine Eye Remedy Co.* Chicago.  til���������some     time     later.  When     the ���������  health, feel good, eat well, digest and| burning smart comes���������the fly is gone, i  sleep well if you regulate the system- There's always moKc or less suffering  by Dr. Hamilton's Pills'of Mandrake! to  be  borne,   I   reckon.       Some   men  and    Butternut,  dealers.  yes,    you  .      Till      -c ~ 1*1 ,,  ana s. a ten you.  (Cor tinned)  Haight grinncc1. "Oh,  will," he said gently, ''  why. She is just as fond of you as  you are of her. She broke off thc  engagement on account of some influence being brought to bear on her to  make her believe that you were after  her money."  'You're crazy.'"  'No,  I'm  speaking th  truth," persisted Haight. "I happen to know���������  just how I happcsi to know doesn't  matter. What I want you to tell f  me now is, was it her money you  wanted?"  He laughed and held up a thin hand  as Timberley took a quick step towards him. "That's the answer,  Torn," he said earnest!}-. "I simply  wanted tb get your old spirit back  inte->  you." _  Timberley was silent. jpinally-Jie  looked up arid his face was a trifle  pah- as he said: "I love Edna Marsh  bet-'.-.���������- than anything. hc:ter than any-  tin-  e}  fi i v, ���������:.:   i.  :������������������]    ,!���������*-:  11:=':..:'  the v.*-  y  and  -*i*:al)*e  rid.  ���������_t:'. :*! r i  to   wi  .* [uj.  vour   own  1 would do any-  .tnvth'nig  mean  r.   h<"*r."  hi-       approval.  h.i   said; "you're  ia.        Stav   vour  can stand it better than others,  though, just as some horses can stand  flies better than others. You know-  horses well, and you know what a  Clydesdale can stand would kill a  horse of finer metal." . ||  "You're right enough, but I fail to! ~  get thc connection, Haight."  "'Here it is, then. You're high-  strung. You're suffering. You've  been turned down; flatly, coldly turned down by thc only woman. You are  losing your grip on yourself, boy.  You've   got   to   buck  up!"  Timberley turned away. "If that's  all you've got to say, we'd better get  back.to camp," Iil informed his friend  crisply.  Haight arose. "It's not all I've  got to say," he cri-e^l, "not by a damned sight. ��������� I'm an oid showman, Tom,  and I know animals a damned sight  better than I know human beings,  but-  He put a longer finger on Timber-  ley's -shoulder. "I know something  about a few people ; yes, I know that  you a'id Edna Marsh are two foolish  human beings, head over heels in love  with each other. I know that she  has conceived thc idea that you want  her money, audi know that you are  both too high-headed ever to come to  an understanding bv yourselves, and  so ������  '"And go,-" repeated'Timberley, smiling,  "and  so  what?"  "And so I step in and take a hand,  Torn. That little woman is suffering  just as much as you are, more than  you are, likely. She has to fight  against something you can't understand. Right now, if you"could read  her heart, she is wishing she didn't  have a cent in the world."  -.. "I wish to God she hadn't," was  wrung from thc other man.  Haight blinked his small eyes and  screwed up his face. "Well," he said  impressively, "maybe she hasn't, for  tlie matter of that."  "Oh, don't talk foolish," cried Timberley. "She's got. it, and that slittles it;  doesn't it?"  Haight i e.ckcred his lips and whis-  Send for list of inventions wanted by Manufacturers. Fortunes  have been made from simple ideas.  "Patent Protection" booklet and  "Proof of Conception" on request.  HAROLD C. SHIPMAN & CO.,  PATENT ATTORNEYS,  20    Shiprnan    Chambers,    Ottawa.  Canada.  3'ou  belong,  an'  you'd  best   go  right  soon."  "Why?" he asked absently, his dark  eyes drinking in her strange, wild  beauty.  She came a step closer and gazed  upon him searchingly. "'Cause you  ain't here fer no good," she said  quickly. "You was up yonder on thc  Preserve a time ago. You made him  sick, sick���������I found him layin' on his  face among the trees. He was  cryin'���������cryin'," she repeated with a  catch in her voice; "him cryin'! God-  amighty, I've a good mind to snuff  you out fer that. I've a good mind  to do it."  She raised the rjfic and Timberley  instinctively recoiled. Then he faced her, a glow of admiration in his  face.      "He is your friend?" he asked.  She smiled at the question, and the  man looked at her with a greatly  growing wonder. Never before had  he seen a smile transfigure a face as  that smile transfigured hers. It reminded him of something hc had  seen when the first primitive wonders  of this big solitude were forced home  to 'him; a gleam of unleashed sunlight flashing . upon a darkened aisle  of thc forest, an eddy between rocks  glowing out through a splash of sunset colors. ���������*  "*v.Oh, man," she said wistfully, "he's  everythin' to me."  Timberley's     eyes     fell  before   thc  look in   the  girl's  eyes.       Something  I broke   loose   in   his   soul  and   surged  1 throughout his being. He felt ashamed,  strangely  out  of place.      When,  at length, he looked up, thc strained,  ���������set expression was back on her face.  "You'd best go away and leave him  alone,"   she   said.       "He   belongs   up  This place needs him."  (To   be   continued)  ~~^t^tsnM-m*aa*'ifmv'm'  A man at sixty years of age is  either a failure or a success-  BEECHAM'S PILLS have been  made for sixty years and have  the largest sale of any medicine  in the World!    Millions iisa  +V*AXXX0xlAAL~   UtA.  Sold everywhere  in Canade.  In boxes, 25c, 50c.  $48,050 in. Scrap Iron.  A tin can, containing $48,050 in  negotiable notes and Liberty bonds,  was found in a load of scrap iron in  Chicago. The notes were returned  to thcir owner in Rockford, 111.  ?akr*, keep! tied a bar or  two of a tuneless dirge,  '���������at  this big;  y !*��������� ii r ,  i.i ing i  Ii lu - '  rr-j *i"  ��������� d ii"ii -;  ���������aliii*.*, ,  -i i >' i '���������'" i '  er &;  ���������.iimds,  1 ' V I*  ir  i  "t*y!t.'l!WW������'*"  re-.  \ * v \. i������Z~ ���������-/ * f ;;  4'li; a  thoughtfully.      "Tom,"  he  said  look  ing across thc lake, "1 reckon you are  loo   damned   weak   to   deprive   h-cr   of  her money, even lo make sure of winning hen-, isn't that, right?"  "llaiglu," turned Timberley, his  vole * iiul quite, sic*.lily, "there arc big-  ���������LLrv Tilings than money. There's her  happiness 'ind mine. I believe I'm  small enoi gh to make her pennihass  con In, il* so doing wouhl give he.-r  !*. '..:. ;.:::; but, :.iy boy, I'd make it  tr-  h<*������������������-.       Ye-.,   I'd   make  it  up  to  !'.*  turn, el aw .ty to pi id*: up his fish  riwl, liiil.  Haight gripped his arm.  nil,"  In.*  said, "suppose,  iy  could be  -.��������� ���������������������������!   mat   '.In* didn't o\v"i  a cent in  ', *..ii  ri.'.'.'iil, tint tin.re was another  . '..    ������������������*-  ii"ii- i'.  that  fori mi'*,   wha  ! ���������   ' *  imi.*e-*l .'������������������/ di'l not answer. His  i\ .-���������*���������;: led if)*,.v ou his bri'-.nl. Haight  .*!,. ri him i iie-ilit a I ivlv. a le*itik oi  ., I*,- i rndi i ���������>)������������������ **-, in lii*. ''���������.-/'���������*; wali'h-  '.iii,i iuii'.i*. slowly acro.-.s and stand  i-: * e ..���������; : I' ' I. 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I.!' f*/.-~  lY.-riit/iyiini' te-.-trh  ���������^x>'���������,''��������� A et.irnlru// and  Jitrlkinif, if itny,   e������.en e.uti/:ijr.������ Umtntvitl  ft rttmii, i.r.Lli nf Ttr 0\\j, rnfjun uti'A I'.ii.  1    m-.~    IVr     ftlmtmx.mt    '"*.    ..J   SJSr        r.r.\li  ieiii'<ivi||h<<'ieiiir I ".Mini,  t.yt.v.mA, I Intlli  * t , .* . ; ,  y' 11111  '.I  .a  IM*  tile"  U'.IS  i,,   i  |MI'I  Kiel  I  I'*'*    |  ,;  ,,���������;  i . In   1  "jum i  JF you are out all day in the cold,  '*'   keep warm by wearing  STANFIELD'S  "Rcrt  label" Underwear  It i������ heavy wool underwear ��������� thick  enough to protect you againtt the  piercing cold���������easy and comfortable  because ao carefully made.  Wc ninkec all weights suitable tor  men, women and children.  S-llx. fu, fix.*, mxtlilfjlxi LxiOxt.  STANFIELD'S IIMITED  Truro, N. S.  ���������^SSmmml  "-Xklmtmtat&t-     ~Xtldx4.0-.m. , dm.. . r~    \\ f~- -x .  we.wiiV.ij     ve.t   V klv'UW'^v     W-.Vtik  tt  l ^ua'ii^u liru'ii.  ,1. .S������. Ir-.tA .';������., M������.n������er������������l.  -.~~m~i-i  ir���������-. .. -���������-.I  pm-mut  ~-m~~U  :-rTtmmn~~--���������nn**  MmfVM '���������  'f-4iiit<i4M^'Ai*~~*4aiii**mi  iVS-dr,  jt^iiim\*ms^^ . Mmtt  mi\>''^*ii^iisft^d������f-   ,.A*w--~'^'%-MW<l'--  ���������'.XfciSi**** -  ' A''   ' '  ^  ,1    rM-VLXllS  tmmxai-x  Untfi.  J  rsmrvM  IMHPI-lBWIt^*'!*-t'^'-l-^'^WMWl  fl  I  IX.  i  ���������i  it  \txZ'Zx."-'^������-&&~~Z^^ W#W<m������^??*������:l X..    '  J\  .. ||i*1|ll|l!iii|iHliWU|i*|IIW*pii THE     REVIEW,     CRESTON,     B.~ 0.  "I had a severe attack of Eczema,"  says Mr. Michael Tapley of Radisson,  Sask.    " My body was simply covered,  with eruption.    I had tried every salve'  and skin soap that money could buy before I hit upon Zam-Buk.  "Zam-Buk proved the verv treatment  I needed. I used Zam-Buk Medicinal  Soap for bathing, and afterwards applied  the Zam-Buk balm in liberal quantity.  . Soothing and comforting, fiiis treatment  soon brought "amazing improvement. Persistence with "Zam-Buk resulted in my skin being  completely cured."  Use Zam-Buk for Celts, Wounds or Sores.  Its healing power is astonishing ! 50c. all dealers.  Seize King's Estates.  Estates owned by King Victor Emmanuel of Italy, at Santa Maria di  Capua Vetre, near Naples, have been  seized by members of local agricultural societies according to a dispatch  to thc Exchange Telegraph Company  from Rome. No opposition was offered to the persons seizing the property it is  said.  Manitoba's Grain Acreage  ���������r",-;,""" "77"'",ff8tfwnBmiTO-'11^  Crop Expected to Yield a Record  Financial Return���������to Farmers.  Manitoba's total crop area^ior 1920  ���������dightly exceeds 6,000,000 acres, falling short of last year's figures by  300,000 ticres, according to official estimates given out by the provincial  department of agriculture. Despite  decreases, however, the crop is expected to yield a record financial return to farmers. The total estimated wheat acreage is 2,105,622 acres, as  against 2,8S0,301 acres in 1919. Oats  acreage increase 26,687 with a total  acreage of 1,873,954. Barley and rye  show a decrease, while flax .shows a  notable increase, there being 89,000  acres more than last year.  FREQUENT HEADACHES  A DANGER SIGNAL  "Pape's Diapepsin" for  Stomach  'Tape's Diapcpsin" is thc 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 you can  eat favorite foods without fear. Large case  costs only 60 cents at drug store. Absolutely  harmless and pleasant. jj^Iillious helped annually. Largest selling stomach corrector  in  world.  Found He Was Wrong.  "Did you ever medt a man who  would admit that he understands  women?" "Yes, once, but he was  married shortly afterwards and then  he came around looking for me to  tell mc that he was mistaken."  A Cure for Fever atid Ague.-^Dis-  turbance of the stomach and liver always^, precede attacks of fever and  ague, showing derangement of the  digestive organs and deterioration in  the quality of the blood. In these  ���������ailments Parmeiee's Vegetable Pills  have been found most effective, abating thc fever and subduing the ague  in a few days. There are many who  are subject to these distressing Tiis-  turbances and to these there is no  better preparation procurable as a  means of relief.  Explanation Demanded.  Young Husband (to wife)���������"Didn't  I tell you not to bring your mother  with you?"  Young wife���������"I know. That's what  she wants to sec you about. She.  read thc telegram."  t*s ]Lye lias long heett zeg&Td&d as ���������& house-  fkold necessity because of fh& fact that it is useful  in ������o mB.t%y ways* and ������o satisfactory iz% every  respect that no womaa feels that she can keep  house without it, Makes theJFinest -kind of soap  for wash log _ sund cleansing, une can of Gillett*s  JLye will make ten pounds of good soap in. twenty  __.     X.       *������ of its uses ar������ shown in hooklat  i~0.  ~t������  9\  Made in. Canada.  99  f*sfrHt,,**m>wrowM--ww,ww  **      *"fr'���������'���������'m^mX2&K.?-.rrfXi!fJJ-yZ..,..l..y00,,m.,...ii.0 ".. . ;., -^r���������,  -xLS-iLHiii  ���������MWH'-gr  I  t,i^-~ttr...-iyjr t-      ������      .     -  rrry..   -*\\     i.  ���������  j tlf ZrZ-WM]  Woidd It  e-~  ������*���������& 9S  1  "HIS question has been  answered by many thousands of women who have  found health and happiness in  tho use of Dr. Chase's Nerve  Food.  SIottplomsn-Mwr, Irritability, nervoin-  noun, cloomy foroUodlncs of tha  future, (lc*prc-j<jIon nnd cllrjcouraKO-  tment���������thono aro oomo of tho ���������,iymp������  toma which toll ot exhau-Jtod ncrvoo.  in ordui* to uvohl nervouM pioutra-  tion or Homo form of p-aralyulu It la  well to ������fot tho bulldlnff up procea*  ojtabI';ih*iiI  jit  unco  by   ---   --  ---.  X-. . ..!-��������� KV     X-       J   .   I.   I    \   xl       r.     X'.J ...  HO '-iiiiU ti lint', ri tot $'-'l~,  nil  ete-nel.-r***, ������*>i'  Udmunaon,  Hutu**-. A  Co,,  Ltel.,  Toronto*.  The   Victim   Nearly  Always   Suffers  From Weak Watery Blood.  There are few ailments that cause  more genuine misery than nervous or  sick headaches. Only those who  have endured the suffering1, sometimes for days at a stretch, can realize the agony of the victims: Noises  increase tlie pain; food is unthought  of, for it only adds to the distress.  When the attack is on there is little  to bc done until it passes away.  These headaches are nearly always a  danger signal that too freequently  I>ass imheedcd. They are the symptoms of many maladies, such as  anaemia, constipation, indigestion,  etc., and when these are cured the  headaches permanently disappear.  Headaches are more often a sign of*}-,  weak, watery blood than anything  else, and the most successful treatment, therefore, is a remedy that will  rebuild the blood and make it rich  and red. This can be done through  a fair course'of Dr. Williams' Pink  .Pills, which has a special action on  the blood, and through the bleed en  tlie nerves. In this way Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have been found  invaluable in a wide range of dis-  seases due to poor, watery blood  such as anaemia, rheumatism, indigestion, - after effects of 'influenza,  neuralgia, etc. The effectiveness of  this tonic treatment is illustrated in  the following case: Mrs. Geo. Arn,  R.R'. No. 6, Simcoe, Ont., says:���������  "Some years ago my daughter, then  a young girl of eleven, became very  much run down and nervous. She  was troubled greatly with sick headaches, and frequently with vonrfting  spells, and although we lived just  across the road from the school, she  was not able to attend. She was  taking medicine all this time, but it  did not s^rn to do her any good. ���������"I  had often read of Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills, and finally decided to give  them to her. By the time she had  taken two boxes she seemed much  better, and before the fifth box was  finished, she was again in the best of.  health and has always since enjoyed  thc best of health. I am satisfied it  was Dr. Williams' Pink Pills that  restored her, and I have since s<-'en  equally good results in other cases."  You can get Jpr. Williams' Pink  Pills through any dealer in medicine  or by mail at.50 cents a box or six  boxes for $2.50 from The Dr. Williams   Medicine  Co.,  Brockville,  Ont.  Something Missing.  A city youngst-er was paying his  first visit to his uncle's farm. Among  the animals on the place.was a rather  small colt. As the boy stood gazing  at the little creature his uncle said:  "Well, what do-*'you think of him,  Johnny?"  "Why-^-why, he's all right," said  Johnny, "but where's his rockers?"���������  Cleveland News.  Minard's Liniment   for   Burns,   Etc.  'Ear, 'Ear!  Mr. Harrison was in a bad temper,  and when an acquaintance met him  one morning with the question:  " 'Ow is your 'ealth today, Mr. 'Ar-  rison?" he waxed wrathful.  "My name is not 'Arrison," snapped Mr. H.  "Well," said th-*. other, "if a haich.  a hay, two bars, a hi, a hes, an' a ho,  an' a hen don't spell 'Arrison, then  what on  earth do they spell?"  To Show Fur B-carers.  As a result of the Fur Trade Conference called by the Dominion Government Commission of Conservation  in February last, an exhibition of live  silver foxes and other fur-bearers will  be held in Montreal the latter part  of October or early in November.  Wheat ir* Northern Canada  Slight Risk to Crops Owing to Long  >.      Days.  Stories of the groat wealth in storage in the far north, 1,000 miles and  more north of Edmonton, havc been  brought back by II. A. Conway, inspector of Indian agencies, returning  from an extensive trip. Thc Department of Indian Affairs is growing  wheat cap-able of producing 40 bushels to thc acre at thc junction of the  Leard and MacKenzie Rivers and experiments have proved that the'long  days of sunshine prevent risks to  growing crops.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Dear Sirs,���������I 'can recommend MINARD'S LINIMENT for Rheumatism  and   Sprains,  as   I   have  used  it  for  both with excelh^nt results.  ... Yours trulv,  T. B. LAVERS,  St. John.  Englishmen Buy 65,000 Acres.  Thc Canadian Pacific Railway has  reported the sale of 65,000 acres of  land in the Columbia Valley, British  Columbia, to an English syndicate,  which has also taken .other lands under option.  Corns are caused by the pressure of  tight boots, but no one need be  troubled with them long when so simple a remedy as Hollo way's Corn  Cure is available.  Canals Busy.  The total number of vessels passing through all Canadian canals during August was 4,892. Thc net tonnage carried was 1,928,266, an increase of 45���������200 tons over August  last year.  ~ You tire no*  experlment-  ' ing w he"n  "you use Dr.  Chase's Olut-  menS for Eczema and Skin Irrlta*-  tions. It relieves at once and gradually heals tho skin. Sample box Dr.  Chase's Ointment free U you mention this  paper and send 2c. stamp for postage. 60c. a  box: all dealers or EUmanson, Bates & Co.,  Limited, Toronto.  sssassss?  Close   Toronto   Schools   Because   of  Cold.  Toronto.���������Six schools were ordered  closed aa a result of the cold spell,  and 6,000 scholars and 100 teachers  were given a holiday as a result. New  heating apparatus is being installed  and will not be in operation for some  time.  OCM-   MASS*"*  BICYCLE BARGAINS  Guaranteed Bicycles at prices ranging from $16.00 to $25.00. Write for  particulars.  R. G. McLEOD,  177 King St. W., Toronto.  ���������---  -   '    ' "'        * ' xmt.  JADTES WANTED TO DO PLAIN  J,-J light sewins at home;* whole or spare  time; good pay; worlt sent any distance;  charges paid. Send stamp for particulars.  National   Manufacturing   Company,   Montreal.  Used for 70 Years-  Thru its use Grandmother's  youthful appearance has  remained undl youth has  become but a memory.  The soft, refined, pearlyA  white appearance itj  renders leaves the j'  Beauty wl  mwmaiia **xSj~ i ��������� jjt X-~ fccAC,���������fmnt. ������*:. jmmm.  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  Dangerous Beasts.  The teacher had been telling her  class all about lhc rhinoceros family.  "!\'o\v name some things," she said,  "that arc very dangerous to get near  to, nnd  Ihat havc burns."  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MONEY'ORDERS  SINCE 0 1870       ������S^JP?  30SS8BCOUGHS  x   /7*V-   -'-T.Mi    *  (VPA'PZ^-  A=a������nc*'8 Pione������r  Dog Rerccdie*  BOOK   ON  DOO    DISEASES  and   How  to  Feed  Mailed     Free    to    x~r  Addrr-tt   by   th������  Author  H-   CLAY   C.T.OVEIt  ro.,    JVC.  11B     Weit     3Ut-*>tre<*t.  N>w   Yorlc,  U.S.A.  mmimm&m  Vv-'w**     i,|.,������/   / A  -PZVy  jCUic Sjiluerplatc of  WUttamT-Ogers and iuo Son  .....*.m m ���������..������h- v ������,,, jr..V|rV/,*-h m\X\~\\.  THfc*.   r*jEW   FntNCM   nCMEDY,  THERAPIOIM Wn *  TMERAPIOW Wo.2  THERAPIONIM0 3  No 1 tar >i I������rl ri * r f'nt-errJ; Ki** 5 *r.x VXzlLVZ.  bktn D'laiL***!    No J for Ohronln \*.-\vi\a..t.  lit LmCl.tr, Me.] Cei.,fl'.vrr������ti-t*kt**i|",S* wli'l.r.r.^J'.  f.r x  r- e .* r   >** *v . ���������*::>   *.   ** *,   ' .,  S:::;*   uJV.   .nar ash..:..  ..,*../;  * >*M *.*!������.  STAMMERING  ��������� ������������������������ n-'- ������������������ r '���������_���������- <      * ��������� ���������_  .._:������������������_  -..:  ly rii'cj. 1'rwi.tc ir.iii v ;,!*.::i! i������.u������: *.ir I'on .* *.d  11 uee.ecf. ii*!i;*.j i.'.0(.!cr..-r r-.o i^r^c -we.lvi.ncA  |>:i> iiirnt*   i.CxC  :.xti.        \V:t'.r   (or   frre:   :-,for-  11 - .    1 *���������!    t  V. All i OU   vocai.  tut, rn U'CiZ  312   U:.aI:.0. vv*.   -<-.-  A Dominion Express Money  Order lor 6t������  dollars  costs  three  cents.  Goitre Removed  BY  ABSORPTION   METHOD  Dr. W. J. Hughson's Famous Goitre Remedy  removes Goitre palely and permanent y, aa  that it will never^return. For free booklet  containing particulars of this excellent remedy, write S. W. Hughson, Dept. W.N., 69  Borden St., Toronto, Ont  toli's Cottoa Root tompciml  A la/e, relinb.- r.nn/ating  medicine. Sold in tUro������ d<y*  nreoa of strength���������No. 1, 51 j  No. 9. S3; No. 3, $5 per bos.  Bold bv All drticEiats, or sent  prepaid on rt*cei;t cf prico,  Fre������     pampLIet.       Address!  THE COOK MEDICINE CO.*  TOfiOHTO.OHT. (feratrli WloHiH.Ji*  MtutaHMto-MM-Wf  m. .���������*H..A4Ml.mM0m4tit������ijtt0m.������i0iiriitmu^mjmmi0iix*.v44tmmM0tm,  Amamnmatuir mmmiitma*miimwnrm~<t.i-riiJ*i.J>mamii.  xm.iii^iiutdrim^mwr:.tJ.'Aiiimmt0Kiiim*milm'*  -,r-r.-r.r,f!XvMmmmmmiiiiiimiJiMiumm*miimi*^  ���������mm.������tmimtimi4iimmt/mmmi-m  immtttmixmBmLxism THE  CBE8T0N BEVIEW  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Greston. B.C.  Subscription : $2.50 a year in advance.  S3.00 to U.S. points.  C. P. Hayes, Editor and Owner.  CRESTON, B.C.,  FRIDAY, OCT. 15  Fall Exhibition  Prize Winners  APPLES���������Boxes  Best packed box, P Truscott. Best  box in show, p Truscott. Best colored  box, E M Craigie. Fiye boxes (Speers  Cup) P Truscott, W Jackson. Three  boxes (Canyon Cily Lumber Co. Cup)  Mrs J W Hamilton, Huygens & VanAckeran. Northern Spy, W S McAl-  pine. P Truscott. Wagners, Mrs J W  Hamilton, Huygens & VanAckeran.  Mcintosh Red, E M Craigie, P Truscott. Wealthy, E M Craigie, Huygens  & VanAckeran. Gravenstein, W S  McAlpine. King, Huygens & VanAckeran, Jonathan, P Truscott, Huygens  &. VnnAckei-an. Snow, W Jackson.  Ontario, Mrs J W Hamilton, P Truscott. Delicious, W Jackson,- W Truscott. Ribston Pippin, P Truscott.  Spitzenberg. P Truscott. Northwest  Greening, Huygens & VanAckeran.  APPLES���������Plates  Wealthy, W Hall, C O Rodgers.  Mcintosh Rpd Lewis Littlejohn. P.  Truscott. Gravenstein, A Spencer, S  Moon. Jonathan, P Truscott, Huygens & VanAckeran. Wagner, E Pen-  son, C O Rodgers. Northern Spy, E  Penson, Mrs Nathorst. Spitzenberg  Lewis Littlejohn, Maud Botteril. Cox  Orange, W Hall, B Penson. Snow,  Lewis Littlejohn. W Jackson. Ribston  Pippin, P Truscott, W Jackson. Rus '*  sett. Jas Compton. Delicious, W  Jackson, C O Rodgers. Rome Beauty,  C O Rodgers, Jas Compton. King,  Huygens & VanAckeran, A S Fitzgerald. Ontario, P Truscott, W S  Watson.    Winter Banana. S Moon, C  To Lottie Mead of Creston-  British Columbia- 'Administratrix of the estate of Mary  Moran, Deceased, and all  other* whom it may concern: I  Under and by yirtue of the po^vers  contained in the two certain mortgages which will be produced at the  time of sale there will be offered for  sale by public auction by William Cutler -fit ths Court House in the City of  Nelson, Province of British Columbia,  at the hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon, on Tuesday, the 19th day of  October, A.D. 1920.  On the following property, natnelv:  Lots One (1), Two (2). Three (3), Four  (4). Five (5), and Six (6), Block Twenty  (20), Town of Creston, Map Six Hundred and Ninety-three (693). Kootenay  District, British Columbia, it a build  ing known as the Creston Hotel.  For terms and conditions of sale  apply to Messrs. Hamilton & Wragge,  Solicitors for the Nelson Brewing  Company, Limited.  Dated the 25th dav of August, A.D.  1920.  HAMILTON & WRAGGE,  Solicitors for the Nelson Brewing  Co.. Ltd.  Boots, Shoes. Harness  Repairing  We guarantee satisfaction and  >     ..'    ~. - ��������� X        .~.~.-.. ��������� -. t   *\x ,-t mtr-mrx r.  U1 uujijl act v ice       --xjsitxsf^x-iis  reasonable.  JOHN JOY  Postoffice: Blk.       CUESTON  O Rodgers. Tolmon Sweet, W Jackson. Any other variety, W Hall, W  Jackson. Hyslop Crabs, Ashley Cooper, P Truscott. Northwest Greening,  Huygens & VanAckeran, B Penson.  Grimes Golden, W Hail, S Moon.  Pears, Plums &c.  Box pears (Mawson Bros. Cup), E M  Craigie. Plate Pond Seedling plunia^  J R Ryckman, Ashley Cooper. Plate  pears, any variety, W Hail, E M  Craigie. "Crate Italian prunes, vv S  McAlpine. Plate Green Gages, Mrs T  Goodwin, S Moon. Plate Yellow Egg,  Ashley Cooper, E Simmons. Plate  Pond Seedhng, J R Ryckman. Ashley  Cooper. Plate Lombards, S Moon.  Plate Italian prunes, Mrs Stark, Ashley Cooper. Quinces, Mrs Nathorst.  Plate peaches, S Moou. Plate grapes,  Mrs Ebbutt.  Vegetables  Collection of vegetables ��������� 1, Jas  Cook; 2, E Simmons. Potatoes, 25  pounds���������1. Airs Jas Maxwell; 2, W S  Bush. Crate tomatoes���������1, W S Bush;  2. A Comfort. Winter cabbage���������1,  Mrs J Stinson; 2, Mrs A Skalin. Turnips���������1, Mrs J Stinson; 2, W V Jackson. Carrots���������1, Mrs M S Birney,  Erickson; 2, Lewis Littlejohn, Erickson. Parsnips ��������� 1, Mrs Kelsey; 2,  Arthur Stark. Corn, six ears���������1,  Arthur Stark; 2, E S Cuming, Erickson. Cucumbers���������1, Walter Hall,  Erickson; 2, Jas Cook. Squash���������1,  George Cartwright, Erickson; 2 Mrs J  Stinson. Pumpkin���������1, George Cartwright; 2, Mrs J S Stinson.     Citron���������  1, E Simmons; 2, George Cartwright,  Erickson. Onion���������1. Mrs M S Birney.  Erickson; 2, J Cherrington, Jr. White  Carrots���������1,   E   S   Cuming,  Erickson;  2, J C Dow. Mangolds���������1, F Putnam,  Erickson; 2, George Cartwright, Erickson. Watermelon���������1, E S Cuming.  Cantaloupe���������1, B S Cuming.  Poultry  Best male bird in show (Jackson  Cup), Mrs C O Rodgers with Barred  Plymouth Rocks. Pen (C G Bennett  special) R H Maber, Mrs M B Long.  Duck and drake, Mrs Stark. Goose  and gander, A Comfort. G Cartwright.  Guinea fowl, Mrs los Stinson highly  commended. Barred Rock cock, A  Wallach.     Barred Rock hers, A Wall-  -ir  land Act Aisisntfments  Is there any  Meat in  the  House?  This ih the- hist e|en-s-  lion Mint. pr-i-M-utt-i it.self  fee \,\m- h(iuH--wifi" if an  iiiw'xp<*f:l������'d vimtor drops  in fen- a lm-al. Hut, why  worry '.  ��������������������������� t     w*x ������  xJI44Xtt4t 4.4JK   XLXI 4X14X4  Hams and Bacon  Finest   Quality  ���������tr. .        er   r r  oooHta txctitt  Lunch Meat  K>~.trx. rr-r,        .P. rv  4LJ<~A*-*A������ltX~y    ttxULX-.  *ei*e>    iilvvnyn    to    be-    hii'l  li'-re*'. 1 ii ui<\'i.t*���������: norhin*^*  i|iiit,������i ������-<*iiiiIm ���������Hhmnnick'  products.  GRANTS  H   i  u u  le*  M  vktas-t ti M M-ii bi4ii '*���������%''  iu* \_w i \ I"% \~p  & (Jl)., LW.  ach. Barred Rock cockerel, Mrs C O  Rodgers. Mrs F Jackson. Barred Rock  pullet, Mrs C O Rodgers, W S McAlpine. Rhode Island Reds: Cock, Mrs  W Jackson, C G Beunett. Hen. C G  Bennett. Cockerel, Mis W Jackson,  A Wallach. Pullet, Mrs w Jackson.  White Leghorns: Cockerel, Mrs M B  Long. John Graham. Pullet, Mrs M  B Long, John Graham. Any Other  Variety: Cock, F K Smith. Hen, FK  Smith. Cockerel, A wallach. Pullet,  Maud Botteril.  Horses  General purpose team (Johnson Cup)  G Heed. General purpose horse in  harness, Jas Maxwell. Saddle pony,  Victor Carr, Geo Johnson.  Sheep  Pea of sheep, Fred Smith.  Rabbits  Pair Flemish Giant, Marjorie Hamilton, Phyllis Hamilton. Pair Belgian  hares, Arthur Stark, Phyllis Hamilton.  Cattle  Beef animal (Stockbreeders Cup), J  H Webster. Dairy cow (Bank of  Commerce Cup), Jas Compton. Hol-  ste?'*! heifer^ J-as OoiiJr't*oD= Jet's������*-****-  cow, W H Crawford. .    Jersey heifer,  Minimum price of first-class land  sauced to $5 an acre; second-class to  98.60 an acre.  Pre-emption  now  confined  to sur-  Records -will be granted covering only  tend suitable for agricultural purposes  ftud which Ib non-timber land.  Partnership pre-emptions abolished,  bat parties of not more than four may  arrange for adjacent pre-emptions  -frith Joint residence, but each making  Oetecessary improvements on respective  claims. fe  _ rre-emptors must occupy claims for  five years and make improvements to  value of $10 per acre, including clear--  Ing and cultivation of at least 5 acres,  before receiving Crown Grant.  Where pre-emptor in occupation not  less than 3 years, and has made proportionate improvements, he may, because of ill-health, or other cause, be  granted intermediate certificate of improvement and transfer his claim.  Records without permanent residence may be issued, provided applicant makes improvements to extent of  WOO per annum and records same each  year. Failure to make improvements  or record same will operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained in  less than 5 yearB, and improvements  of 110.00 per acre, including 5 acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  of at least 2 years are required. m_  Pre-emptor holding Crown Irrant  may record another pre-emption, if he  requires land in conjunction with his  farm, without actual occupation, provided statutory improvemonts mode  and residence maintained on Crown  ������ranted land.  Unsurveyed areas, not exceeding 20  acres, may be leased as homesites;  title to be obtdlned after fulfilling residential and improvement conditions.  For grazing and industrial purposes  areas exceeding 640 acreB may be  leased by ono person or company.  X,,liU- factory or Industrial sites on  timber land not exceeding 40 acres  may be purchased; conditions Include  payment of otumpajjo.  Natural hay meadows Inaccessible  by existing roads may be purchased  conditional upon construction of a road  to thorn. Rebate of one-half of cost of  road, not exceeding half of purchase  price, Ib made.  PRE-EMPTORQ'      FREE  0 ACT.  The acope of this Act la enlarged to  include ell persons joining and serving with His Majesty's Forces. Tho  time within which tho hoirs or dovlabea  of a deceased pro-omptor may imply  for title under thin Act Io extondod  from for one year from tho death of  ~~c,i i,~.-tin, uu formearly, until ono  y-uur after tlie conoluulon of the prouont  war. Thin privilege Ib alBO mado ro-  troactlve**. ^  No fees relating to pre-emptions are  due  or  payable  by soldiers on    nre-  emptlonu recorded after June 2G, foifi  Toices are remitted for Jlvo years  Provision for return of moneys accrued, due and hoen paid since August  *, 1014, on account of paymonto. fooa  or taxes on imldleni' pre-emptions.  Interest on agreements to purchase  *������in V������ clty ,otu h*lrt by members of  aireot or indirect, remitted from enlistment to March 81. 1020.  tlU~*.VllttCH*fiK'������s   c.~   CROWN  ������ LAN DO.  Provision    made    for    lusuanoe    of  fV-lwn    wnr>������'j    t-*>    ���������"!���������*���������������������������*���������. .--:���������,.- -t - ������  ���������. v* - .���������!....   ..tlf  t.~.ix.lt4        OA  Crown ..-.titlii, acquiring rights from  purchajw-r* who failed to oomnl������it������  Lure;h������ui������ .involving forfeiture, on fulfillment of condition-*1 of purchase, in-  txrei. cz���������3 ti0 0.i~i. V.'J.^i tt MUh-iDurohaa-  ttrm t\n ttrvt 1*1*1,** ...%.,,im ,,������ , xi.,t" , "  Lrmi. iJ^^yiixLxvxi via.- eiua ������ui<i t&Kea rnny  be r,\titr.\>nirJ. crone,rMeinuteily ovor  wW������ uiw. A-.iL.lUiu.thnn, immt ba  made by May 1. 1020.  ORAZINO. f  On������slnc Aot Iftlft, for ������***-������t������mnHn  tXtrxxU-vrnxnt o. live* took In due*-fry pro-  .l&mtl fur sr-aulfiM <ltntr1<-������w itv.A -~....~  eMiriU.iUtrut ton uieder <'oiii������nlee������loie������,"r  Antnunl Kremlnef |.������irrnlt'i |.i'.tl< /\ *j;..*-...*j  ������vb numbers rur.gM: i.rle.rliy f.,r en'tiib-  llshftel      e.wiKi.B.        Hir*M-i,wunmi     mriv  W400rr,       A 0.14,1.10 III,010     ....      r.    .   ...  J     tHi������*nt.    Vt--, or p.������rlU)lv fr*,..,  ii^riiTlTn  W H Crawford. Jersey calf, W H  Crawford, Calf eompetition, Robert  Crawford, Harry Webster. Grade  cow, Jas Maxwell, A B Swanson. Calf  dairy breed, P Truscott. Elson Lid-  gate.    Beef cow, J H Webster.  Flowers *  Fern, Mrs Bennett, Mrs Speers. Geranium, Mrs Edmondson. Begonia,  Mrs C O Rodgers. Ornamental house  plant,- Mrs C O Rodgers. Mrs H S McCreath. Assorted dahlias, Mrs C O  Rodgers. Sweet peas. Mrs R S Smith,  Mrs Bennett. Asters, Mrs G Cartwright. Mrs R S Smith. Collection  bouse plants, Mrs Edmondson.  Canned Goods  Canned fruit, Mrs. Payne. Mrs F G  Ccok. Jam (Birks medal) Mrs Stark,  Mrs Pavne. Collection canned goods,  Mrs Payne, Mrs Mallandaine. Canned vegetables, Mrs J Maxwell, Mrs  Payne. Canned meats, Mrs Cook.  Mrs Speers. Jelly, Mrs Mallandaine,  Mrs C O Rodgers. Pickles. Mrs. Mallandaine. Mrs Cook. Catsup, Mrs  Speers, Mrs Cook. Six bottles tomato  products, Mrs Payne, Mrs Cook.  Cooking -  Pan   of drolls���������1, Mrs H H Taylor;  2, Mrs R Thurston.    Pan of buns���������1,  Mrs Thomas Goodwin; 2 Mrs Cotteril.  [Concluded on Page 5  RANCH & CATTLE FOR SALE  35-acre ranch on Corn Creek. "Also  35 head of mixed cattle. Enquire G.  M. Benney, or Review. Office.  ������  K.V. LANDS FOR SALE  Block 144, Kootenay Valley Lands,  containing 18.2 acres, logged over  land, situated on Sirdar road about Ig  miles north of Wynndel postoffice.  Price $500. Apply to the owner, G-  A. M. Young, Creston, B.C.  Shoe Repairing  Men's Half Soles, $1.25  Women!sHalfSoles,$1.00  Guaranteed for 6 months.  Alex. Mirabelli  Shoemaker   - -    ORESTON  No. 1 Timothy  o. 1 Alfalfa  Oroetnn  ruit Ornuiarc ISninn  iuei   -ijg'tff'SiHs*  %i..i~m  VlVBevanii  educed Prices  Common Boards  Dimension  Shiplap  Flooring  Drop Siding  Bevel Siding  Write or phone for  quotations.  LIMITED  W&pda! Wm  VVJlSBBUVa     S-t-fg.  ���������ji-nfaru  ���������   UVIVI  B  WYKNDEL,       6.0.  MODERATION,,.. *LEAGUE  ��������� of BRITISH COLUMBIA  1  FFS PRINGIPES AND AIMS  The Moderation League of British  Columbia is a none partisan organization of men and women interested in  and representative of the moral, commercial, social and industrial life and  progress of this Province. Its members  believe in MODERATION in thought,  word and deed. They believe in TEMPERANCE in all things and in the  furtherance of these principles believe  that temperance as it applies to alcoholic  beverages is NOT best served by the  present B.C. Prohibition Act.  On the contrary they believe that to  produce temperance it is a first essential  that no intemperate legislation be forced  on a large section of the public such as  is the case under the present Prohibition  Act, which has fostered bad temper,  resentment and distrust; has been a  prolific breeder of lies and subterfuge;  has made criminals of decent men,  and has hopelessly failed in its  objects.  The League believes that a moderate  law which respects rights traditional to  our race will command tho respeot of  the public, and that i. moderate law  which is respected is much more to  bc desired than a law which rides  rough-shod over the public and earns  only their derision and contempt.  The   Moderation   Loaguo   urges   tho  olootor.itc to support itn cfForta to nub-  Htituto for the present Prohibition Act a  p   ri .j.  JX....*..,-..   ...*i\:-.i,  llli-eineij n   m     *m>������.n iimuelii   v/eieiulue     wiii������/I������  wliall embraco the platform of tho  Tjonguo. This was published in every  mnv-HpapiM- in the Province in thc early  part of June of tho present year, and is  uh follrws:  THE LEAGUE'S PLATFORM  1. The repeal of the Prohibition  Act.  2. NO restoration ofa the saloon or  bar, for the sale of intoxicating liquors.  3. The Government sale and Government Control of spiritous and malt  liquors tin sealed packages.  4. The guarantee by the Government, as such vendor, of the pure  quality of all spiritous and malt liquors, and the sale of same at reasonable prices.  5. The inculcation of true temper,  ance principles consistent with personal liberty.  6. The elimination of the cause of  the deplorable loss of respect for the  laws of the land engenered by the  Prohibition Act.  Tho bar has dono away with forever  by universal consent, and Government  Control will ensure tho sale of liquor of  pure quality, at looal centres throughout  the Province, in quantities consistent  with moderation und temperance, and  will provide proper safeguards against  its abuse.  And for the purpose of carrying out  tho nhjootn in id aims of this platform  the Moderation League advocates tho  creation by tho Government of an independent non-partisan commission to  control tho salo of spirituous and malt  liquors in scaled packages, such commission to bo composed of citizens fully  representative of tho olootorato.  Vote for Government Control  and Get Your  Friends to Vote too*.  d-  # *.    V-A   t~-~*    *���������-   *   V   -      m.      Am      M     t.r-0*   m      X A~.~t m.  -0, -      d~-      ^-.4 ~~ '     " _'  I I  e"**"i-     xiitiii,  e������er  i..erei-������nv   rr������...   i^riiil'n  ff>r *������ttletirii|  nftwi-ptr* */>r   travc.ifcre*.   ii*-  r������0:i HaMtiugH St. W., Vancouver. B.C.  Henry O. Kcll-Jrving, Chmrimm  It. A. Corbet, Secretory  i   l^j^eyi^Hl^^  -fflgfljg^^  ���������  L^WW-������-^������<*i*-|*lli*e*i tmsiMsi*tmim^mmmmil9X*xxtmm*it mewnie^eniiew Miami--..#rm~  m-4tm'*mti4i tmmimtvmm**  m~m~~mimm.  mmm������m$mmximimvmmmmmkiim)^MmmBmm  mm-mtMimmmiMtmmammmimii  iwmmmLt THE  CBESTCK  BEVIEW  -B-i       W5 ���������   m~*   ���������    1     *-m    ���������***������ m ������  rail Exhibition  Prize Winners  [Continued from Page 4  Devil foottcake���������1, Mrs S A Speers; 2  Mis John Hayden. Rolled or dron  <-������tke���������Mrs C M Brousson, Mrs S A  Speers. Plain Cookies ��������� Mrs M E  Stocks, Mrs C M Brousson. Ginger  Snaps ��������� Mrs Cotteril, Mrs Geoi-Ke  Johnson. Fruit tart pie���������Mrs M E  Stocks, Mrs Nathorst, Wynndel.  Mother's old apple pie���������Mrs A L Gani-  ���������u-on, Mrs J E Maxwell. Nut loaf-  Mis M E Stocks, .1 E Maxwell. Lemon  pie���������Mrs Fiank Jackson, Mrs S Moon,  Wynndel. -English, currant cake���������  Mrs C M Brousson, Mrs J P Crompton.  Layer cuke iced���������Mrs S Moon, Wynndel. Mrs Frank Jackson. Feather  light cake���������Nfiss Hazel Andrew. Cake  and pan of biscuits���������Mrs M E Stocks,  Mrs M S Birney, Erickson. Two  loaves of bread, "Our. Best" flour���������Mrs  C B Gai-la-njl. Mrs H H Taylor. Two  loayes of bfead, '"Robin Hood" flour���������  Mis M E Stocks. Mrs A C Watson.  Two loaves of bre*ad, "Five Roses"  Hour���������Mrs John Hayden, Mrs Cotteril.  Sutter, Eggs, &c.  Butter, pound prints���������Mrs Thomas  Goodwin, W S MacAlpine. Butter,  three pound roll���������Mrs Thomas Goodwin, Mrs J E Maxwell. Brown eggs���������  Mrs J W Wood. Canyon City, George  Cartwright, Erickson. White eggs���������  Mrs C M  Brousson, J  P Crompton.  Needlework  Buttonholes  in  cotton���������Mrs   W  V  Jackson, Mrs W S. MacAlpine.  Hand"  knit seeks���������Mrs A L* Cameron, Mrs B  Whitehead.    Ha.ndkr.ib double   mitts  ���������Mrs A L Cameron. Mrs James Compton.      Handknit   gloves���������Mrs_ James  Maxwell, Mrs B Whitehead,    naming  worn socks���������Mis C M Brousson, Mrs  W S MacAlpine-.     Towel   with   filet  crochet���������Mrs F G Cook, Mrs M J Ben-  inger.      Crochet      nightdress ��������� Miss  Peail   McKinnon, Mrs   F   G   Cook.  Collection crochet work���������Mrs George  Cartwright, Mrs A C Watson.   Pieced  and quilted quilt���������Mrs A L Cameron,  Mrs J. E Maxwell.    Hooked mat���������Mrs  M B Long.    Braided  mat���������Mrs  M B  Long, Mrs John Hayden.      Crocheted  pillowcases���������Mrs If G Cook. Mrs John  Hayden.   Knitted pillowcases���������Mrs B  Whitehead, Mrs A L Cameron.    Pin  cushion���������Miss ~~ M Cherrington, Mrs  H B Downs.   Sofa cushion���������Mrs Ben-  ninger, Mrs W H Crawford.   Collection of fancy work-^Mrs George Cartwright, Erickson, Mrs M J Benninger.  Work apron���������Mrs F G Cook.^Mrs G  Cartwright,    Erickson.       Underskirt  machine made ���������Mrs James Cherrington,  Mrs   H B  Downs.     Fancy   tea  apron���������Mrs   S   A   Speers,   Mrs   F   G  Cook.   Collection of home mending���������  Mr?, w v Jackson, Mrs CM Brousson.  Crochetted sleevless sweater in wool���������  Mrs . F   G   Cook.       Knitted     ladle's  sweater with sleeves���������Miss L M Cherrington. Mrs F G Cook.    House dress  ���������Mrs James Cherrington, Mrs w K  Brown.    Tatting���������Miss L M Cherrington. Mrs M J Benninger. ���������*-'"*  Juvenile Section  Handmade cotton camisole���������Rose  Cherrington. Tatting edged* handkerchief���������Rose Cherrington. ;, Patched  hole on  cotton���������'Frances Lv'ne,    Ma  chine made underskirt���������Rose Cherrington. Handknit socks���������Rose Cherrington, Augustine Benedetto. Wynndel. Embroidery centrepiece���������Ro^e  Cherrington, TMajorie Hamilton.  Ladie's handknit sweater���������Re se'Cherrington. Layer cake iced���������Lizzie  Lewis, Dollie Smith. Drawing, cup  and saucer���������Phyllis Hamilton, Wilfred P Mason, Wynndel.  School Districts' Competition  Lister. School���������Writing, Murielle  Millington. Dorothy^ Weston.  Alice Siding���������"Writing, Wilfred P.  Mason, George Winch.  Canyon City���������Half bushel potatoes,  F B Chambers, Signia Nelson. Maps,  Alffred Speaker, Robert Burns.  Wynndel���������Collection of tomatoes,  Stephen Benedetto, Earnest Pigot.  Writing, Loreen Williams, Olga Hagen.  Creston���������Collection of vegetables,  i James Cherrington, H. Gobbett.  Map drawing, H Webster.  Penticton's brand, new school will  cost at least $125,000 complete. Work  on  it  will start almost immediately.  Attendance at Grand Forks school  opening day this year is 20 per cent,  in excess of the start made a year ago.  Vernon school accommodation is so  overtaxed this term that in one room  56 scholars are enrolled, while another  teacher has 51 in charge.  City clerk Roberts of Cranbrook has  just:-received another $25 a month  raise in salary, which brings his stipend iip to $2-W0 per annum.  son 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 tlie owner  W53 ~   ri.   Vt-t^Yrtirtrtv Jx������   4-\vrx    AlllArc    "RVv������tr*j-ki2.   -  tvaO   Cfc   ttt*0XAL t.tr.    yrx    v..w    x.m...xrtrx    A.  XIX v-jyixV   X.   1 _J."i.l_J     X���������    Xt 1-^-      xfii r."     ���������*r   -x.lr-���������     fSt*      ~S-     A-\ VT*      .��������� ���������XZ-x         ItrxtL     /i ~~xrx~trS  nd entitled to uue- u-sueacs ot oecoiou &v *jl mo    iSaauwu xn>������ fmicu������  ment Act,  1918."  LIST ABOVE MENTIONED:  IUr.0m.rn   rxt     /TU������^__  Mmamm mf f^l^xim.  Lot No.  Taxes  Costs  TotaV  Constable,-Guy, and Proctor, Mrs. B.;  Dundee Syndicate���������   .'. .*_.  Southerlsmd, Huf������h, et al^.  ,..i\ttC"............ ..........���������..X...  .Zi-...Annie Fraction..  ..w~.ZZ...Annie G.   1928   3K49   ���������.���������6339  .._ -_���������_,... 407   3449   _.J_���������42Q9   .....3251    801  ......ABlnck Witch  4146  Blake   6293   .....7072  Rand. A. E., Lennie, R!.S.' and Wragge; EICT... Annie..  Ark Mining & Milling Co ^ ~.x^....~..y...... ^.Avk..~.......  Rand, A.E. Lennie, R.S. and Wragge,jS;G>taAtlantic.  Kootenay Bonanza Mines Ltd .....   ~l:'.-i���������-JBerlitt..:���������-  Kootenay Bonanza Mines Ltd.  Bid.  Kootenay Bonanza Mines Ltd........ .....;���������  Dalby, Wm. and Honess, Albert   Kootenay Consolidated Mines Ltd , ���������..Blue Quarts..  Stead, Walter.. ............: _._ ......Boundary No. i  18*14  Kootenay Bonanza Mines Ltd  Brittania'��������� _ 3253  Lennie, Robt. Scott. _  1 Bruce Fractional .; 10602  Griffitht 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  Slootenay Consolidated Mines Ltd Drumiher _ 4223  Deylin, G.R Edward 8872  Kootenay Gold Mines Ltd _ Election 2559  Peters, Mrs. Margaret......  ���������Elise  - 1310  Kootenay Bonanza Mines Ltd Eureka 3255  Griffith, W. and Cameron T Fidelity ��������� 4925  Sutherland. Hugh.-��������� - A .Gem...: 3631  Kootenay Bonanza Mines Ltd 8-..."���������u���������.Gold Bell _ 4155  Kootenay Bonanza Mines Ltd Golden Star 3594  Kootenav Bonanza Mines Ltd Gold Standard. : 4158  -Kootenay Bonanza Mines Ltd ��������� Gold Tip 4157  Onimette, B. N Golden Cross 4388  Sutherland, Hugh ���������  Golden King ....3624  Kootenay Bonanza Mines Ltd GrundView  685  Kootenay Bonanza Mines Ltd Grand Prize 3592  Kootenay Bonanza Mines Ltd Great Western ..._ 4148  Kootenay Bonanza Mines Ltd Great Eastern 4152  Kootenay Bonanza Mines Ltd Great West Frac 4779  Kootenay Bonanza Mines Ltd .....Grand Fractional 2113  McLeod, Harry  Hanky Panky Fractional 4808  Fonnell, Maggie L Helena 9344  jpalby, Wm. S��������� and Honess, A H.G.N 0292  tCootenay Bonanza Mines. Ltd Horse Shoe 2235  Ark M. and M, Co :. Interprise 3450  Kootenay Bonanza Mines, Ltd...��������� Jessie 680  Kootonay Bonanza Mines, Ltd J.M.B..  902  Latulippe. E Joint Fractional 8821  Kootenay Bonanza Mines, Ltd Kalispell 4150  Ouimotto. B. N :Katie 4386  McLeod, Harry Kipling Fractional 4810  Kootonay Bonanza Mines, Ltd Kootnia Star... 4147  Kootenay Bonanza Mines, Ltd Lake Side  906  Dundee Syndicate Light Heart 1802  Kootenay Bonanza Mines, Ltd Mac Fractional ...3250  McLeod. Hurry Mariposa 1809  Dalby, Wm. 8., and Honess A Mayflower 5J084  Kootonay Bonanza Mines, Ltd National Emblem 2236  Devlin. G. R Nevada 8869  Sutherland. Hugh   Nowell 88S8  Kootenay Bonanza Mine*-), Ltd North Star .4149  Dundee Syndicate Old Bill 1803  Dundee Syndicate Parker J801  AtlimiH. Cecil Robert Pat 2198  Dalby. Wm. H- and Hoih-hm Albeit Pingree 3085  Ouhnette, B. N Heferendnm 4387  Kootenay Bonanza Mines, Ltd Royal Charter....  232  Mutherlaml, Hugh itobbei- Ring 'M'-ti  Kootonay Conaolinated Mines, Ltd Rover 7973  Kootenay Bonanza Mines, Ltd Shamrock -jrr 2231  Kootenay Bonanza Mines. Ltd Starlight  681  Motherland. Iliurti Storm Kiiur S-W25  Thobum, Mrs. i, .v .Stillwittm- A< ���������a-.-Uoi'iU .nit-  Latulippe. Ei-ncat St. Eugene Fractional 88-<>  Griimii, Wm., and Cameron, A....- Sullivan - 4921  Lennie, 11. S Sunbeam Fractional 9342  Sutherland, Hugh  Tamarac 6338  ICootuuay Boiiuu/.u M iiu-t* Ltd Thorn Frac 2237  $3 75  3 00  10 50  ������ 50  ���������-S 25  5 50  6 25  3 75  10 25  10 25  13 00  13 00  4 25  50  13 00  24 00  9 00  12 50  13 00  10 00  13 00  6 00  10 25  $3 75  3 75  i3 75  *.- 3 Jo  3 75  3  3  3  3  3  3  S  3  3  3  3  75  75  75  75  75  75  75  75  75  75  75  75  7  1  12  50  75  K***:'t*.;:*;*y Ii;:;;.;;;-.:,*. ?>!i.,c *,*a*.  .2'W  Kooten iy Bonanza Minea Ltd VV bite Witch 3r������9.'i  l>i-iid--o iWk'i-.licui.  iy JJoin  .   * i>ymlu  Kendall, Gertrude.  . vVhiU* Piieu-   .Wild Jlorsu     \M..l.iSti1 ,*t.\r  Keiiiiidl, Gertrude'. .....'. . .  X Hay   \V-:'-K';--. ������'"- C. lN.ml A. K. \- !.������*m*<e* !t. S..    . Yanliee Givl   Dated at Ni-Ihoii, B.C., this Fifth day of October, 1020.  .4212  .4'.*>07  .4213  . 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'.">  i-i Eo  13 00  15 75  13 00  10 75  8 75  HEM. BANKING SERVICE  All branches of this Bank are in a position to  give the most comprehensive Banking service.  Government and Municipal Securities are  dealt in. Foreign Exchange bought and sold.  Money Orders and Letters of Credit issued.  Collections made on all points in Canada or  overseas.         ������������������  IMPERIAL BANK  ���������fil ft    W    SS SkmBl     WSMP ���������nSlStl) mm-VS    .        ^mmSm ^J������     ^*****3S  OF CANADA  CRESTON BRANCH,  C. W. ALLEN,  Manager.  A SAVINGS  ACCOUNT  It is always well to have a Savings  Account upon which interest is regularly  paid and from which you are free to draw  at any time should you have a good opportunity to buy stock or feed.     A Savings  Account is Readv M  Vxet-ATm . .  ISA  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  for tire a^rrtirtg^ cool leather.  T he 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.  ^^^^y^  Orsfon MercanfiB  Bompany  LIMITED  wtwmww  ���������J? %P B -Vm\ ^m~n  t~-m\ W~~\   W  rill 1  BUILDING  or  Wo can  supply  a ortlsincl  Cement  Lime  ttricK  Shingles  JuStXll  el.  CI   /   *������-., iv* V ������>?������ d~*     ** i  i-\.i~tl*H--J, ^oUeou-l*,  all sizes and  grades.  ~  "Cm Zm.mC.ltU  mmym**  ��������� iMiTtn tXBS  -rm  m*  x?  X~i  HIZYUZiW,  Ci. Z.i '������������������'  en you eat let it be the Best  99  Pineapple Marmalade  Celebrated Brambla Jelly  Ginger Bfiarmalasle  ���������RE     GREAT    APPETIZERS  BOILED   IN SILVER PANS  Getting _A Stand of Alfalfa  Our  "National  Thanks giving  By proclamation of the Governor-General in Council, Monday, October 18, has been declared to Jbe a day of national thanksgiving in Canada,  and all classes of the Canadian people are-asked to observe it as such.  There are many good and substantial reasons why the people of this  Dominion should observe Thanksgiving Day this year, not.merely as a  holiday, but in a deep and reverent spirit..j>f thanksgiving.  A kindly Providence has blessed the labors of our husbandmen with  a bountiful harvest, not, perhaps, onc of those bumper crops which come  once in a while, but a better crop than has been reaped in the West for  some years past. Unlike thc past two or three ycars, there are no extensive areas of the Prairie Provinces which havc suffered a crop failure this  year. While costs of production havc remained high, world conditions are  such as to guarantee a good price for Western Canada's grain crop.  Coupled with a satisfactory -return from our fields, business conditions  ihroughc*,ut Canada have continued uniformly good during the year. Our  factories have been busy, there has been a marked revival in building operations, work has been plentiful and wages high. In fact thc only check  to development in Canada this year has been occasioned by inability to  secure supplies and materials in sufficient quantities to meet all demands.  Compared with other countries, Canada has been remarkably free from  industrial turmoil and strife this year. Labor troubles, culminating in  strikes, have been few in number, and those which have taken- place have  been settled generally in an amicable way,- and there has not, been those  great uphcavc-ls which last year caused enormous loss and suffering and at  one time seemed to threaten the continuance of responsible constitutional  government in this country. Both Labor and Capital have met their responsibilities to each other, and to the country at large, in a manner  worthy of praise and deserving of the commendation of all people. Both  havc benefitted and Canada has prospered. Canadians havc good reason  to be. thankful over such a situation, ���������  During 1920, too, Canada has been remarkably free from serious epidemics of disease and no great disasters'liave occurred, bringing loss, and  sorrow and death to whole communities. This is indeed a cause for thankfulness.  The unrest which pervaded all ranks of society following the close of  the war still affects our people, but it is more and more finding its manifestation in desires, plans and movements designed to bring about better  conditions of Hying, of health, a higher standard of education and a more  general provision that all people shall enjoy some of the best things in  life. There is in evidence an impatience with conditions which made for  evil and suffering in the past and a very widespread determination for a  better standard of living for all. Such a feeling is a cause for national  thanksgiving becau??. it must inevitably result in finer national ideals and  Soil Should be Made as Smooth as  Possible.  The methods of sowing alfalfa vary  with the location and climate. In  the arid districts it is a simple matter.  The land is usually ploughed in early  spring, worked down to a good seed  bed, and the seed is sown alone in  middle spring time. A crop is often  secured the first year, although the  plants are not at thcir best until thc  third year.  The amount of seed to the acre  varies from four to thirty pounds.  The smaller amount is generally  grown for the production of seed, as  it seeds better not to be thick. It  has been calculated that there are 14,-  448,000 seeds in a bushels of alfalfa  seed. Therefore, to sow half a bushel to the acre would put 166 seeds to  the square foot. To sow fifteen  pounds would-put 83 seeds. It is  evident that it is more essential to  have good seed and good distribution  of it than to use a great amount of  sced> About twelve to sixteen plants  to the square foot are all that will  ever stand, and on rich soil, they will  not long endure even that much  crowding.  Weeds often coihe up to crowd the  young alfalfa. To destroy these  weeds the field should be mown as  close to the ground as possible. There  may come a yellowish rust whieh attacks the leaves, but it is very uncommon. To destroy this cut close with  a mower. ., When preparing soil for  alfalfa, leave as smooth as possible  so that it all can bc securely mowed.  ���������M. Wilcox, Camrosc, Alta.  Dickens was a reporter on a London paper when he was 22 ycars old.  ~ 'rm.-Sm^-w^es  -\~J XJf Ir-g^ A S*������3* J)  jjt*A-aj������A-*-*������****fc*A**^*^  *  UlWlJ Wt-tMtTi  Contains No Aiuin  ���������see*5*  aKm  ?���������������  M  USt*.      V0. ^i.00t0tx morxi&mim .-    *^&  ^-.et&-3~.~,~.~i--^~. y   -mS.  aitlbew   Williams*   lis  ai-siry of Cooking**9* s^yss  ������-sf2>ih&.t������s &,t& th*������ bone*  material ci food -and  g   to   do   witH  Building  <&  99  act������ m CfesA&a&  I  X^v.Y-'W^'E^-S^  smwa  important r  JIO  T-  ns.  Car  ada  bo  r  c* its  service  and  . i  e  Cai  be proi:  d   OI  th  0  par  liberty.  E  t -*l  v. 1,  tlie   cot1  i r' rv v  l I 1  .'*  -   '.*���������:..  to   a  7:*  zzp-'  L:  .-  >   -:  civ:'.:..-.  1 '���������     . ���������  v:  ���������'-'-.:'.  : nobly in the war.      It was a time for sacrifice and  'iir.-.**   people  did  thcir full duty,  and  havc  reason   to  :\\P.r Dominion took in  that great crusade for human  e our people a right to congratulate themselves upon  .-.:���������<.!  -������������������������������������:c*-*-s  with  which  the Dominion  has  reverted  :���������*.-absorbed   i:;-  i  ou  and  war  workers  into  ibk-.       These things are cause for sin-  at home is  not ;i  sufficient cause  : Canadians should consider for a  large  pari   of  Europe  and  Asia,  disease and famine stalk through  ,!���������  people are suffering and dying  '���������������������������.,and where orphan children in  ::,- without hanlly a ray of hope  ar,ada today in the light of con-  Co-ia.iians uiay \ve;ll rejoice that  '���������*. They may well rejoice and  A'o'  \Uc\v  ihank.-giving may well  tutis  If there is an ailment in the throat  or chest, it is surely essential that  the- remedy be conveyed direct to thc  affected part. It's because*thc healing yapor of Catarrhozone is breathed into the sore, irritated throat and  bronchial tubes that its balsamic  fumes kill the gcrms'and destroy the  cause of the trouble. These are the  reasons why Catarrhozone never yet-  failed to cure a genuine case of Catarrh, Asthma,-Bronchitis or Throat  Trouble.  The wonderfully-soothing vapor of  Catarrhozone instantly readies the  further recesses of the lungs, produces a healing curative effect that  is impossible with a tablet or liquid,  which goes merely to the stomach,  and fails entirely to help the throat  or lungs.  Catarrhozone  Brealhe  v To permanently cure your winter  ills your coughs, sneezing and Catarrh, by all means use a tried and  proven remedy like Catarrhozone.  But beware of the suhstitutor. Large  outfit lasts two months, costs $1.00,  small size 50c, trial size 25c, at dealers  everywhere.  Greater Production  Big Grain Crops From Cultivation o������  Indian Lands.  Ottawa.���������Thc greater production  movement inaugurated by Rt. Hon.  Arthur Meighen through thc Indian  Department in 1918 whereby sonic  20,000 acres of Indian lands throughout the prairie provinces were cultivated and turned over to grain  growing, has more than justified the  hopes of the officials who were behind it. The advances made by the  Government for carrying out the  scheme will bc repaid this year, and  it is estimated that there will be a  surplus of about $1,000,000, as a result  of the splendid crops harvested on  all these lands, which, previous lb  1918 produced only prairie hay and  grass.  Helping Livestock.  Nearly $120,000 has been guaranteed this-ycar under the Livestock  Encouragement Act of the province,  and it is estimated that a total of  $275,000 wilf be loaned for the year.  The money is being used largely by  farmers to buy mifc-.li cows.  HILDHOOD INDIGESTION  Minard's Liniment For Dandruff.  ������������������tit  hat  thev  are.  V'/hc  ii<"*  :.'*  .'HI  *.vil le  re ha* suing pays.  ���������<-' i-.--\ in purcliased in 1918  :T* A lberfa, recently  le'iv-iin*'** of $15 per acre,  iii-- preve-c.els from the  oo nr iti-e! tin* owner $50,-  y.'ir and a, half's work.  Farm Sold For $59,000.  In 1906 a farm near 'Milestone, Saskatchewan, was bought for $12 an  acre. It was recently sold for $59,-  000, or $150 an acre.  T-.T ,~~    ������������������'.������������������  1. ''-4 <o3l -L  ������  i~M  '-x^ (Oh eC������ in-, <r,i TT'A H <c  ,-    '-l-d-turnd    lA-mdld     lt~i~'      ***W'    J*-   4i.   :~m~. b^dr  -I.i.  N'pitnre is on your side  every tints you eztt  zs$Z  ^M^ZZ>SzZjZ.  "".-".'I.*, \  '-y'Z~'���������'���������"��������� I.. '  ��������� ?Lz   a   ��������� 'PZZZ' ':  ^Zzz.  'm-\^~mX\  The use of Miller's Worm Powders  insures healthy children so far as the  ailments attributable to worms are  concerned. A high mortality amemg  children is traceable to worms. Tln-se  sap the strength of infants se> that  the'y are titiabh* to maintain tlie battle  for life- anei sui-rumb to weakness.  This ' prepai atiim gives promise of  health and keeps it.  Dominion Prosperous.  Hon. J. D. Reid, Canadian Minister  of  Railways   and   Canals,  on   landing  in England  from Canada, gave to interviewers a rosy picture of Canadian  conditions.      lie said ihat the. railway  proposition    of    the    Dominion    was  good.      "We havc magnificent crops,  our industries arc running almost full  time,   and   wc   havc   very   few   labor  troubles," the minister added.     '"Our  revenues are fully up to expectations,  we   arc  commencing  to  play  off  our  war   debt*   and   we  are   a   happy   and  contented people.      What more could  wc desire?"  Nothing is more common in childhood than indigestion. Nothing is  more dangerous to proper growth,  more weakening to the constitution  or more likely to pave the way to  dangerous disease. Fully nine-tenths  of all the minor ills of childhood  have their root in indigestion. There  is no medicine for the little ones to  equal Baby's Own Tablets in'reliev-  in'g this trouble. They have proved  of benefit in thousands of homes.  Concerning them Mrs. Jos. Lunette,-  f'mmacuk'e Conception, Que., writes:  "My baby was a great sulYerci from  indigestion, but the Tablets soon set  her right and now 1 would not be  without them. Baby's Own Tablets  are sold by medicine dealers or by  ni'^l at 25 cents a box from Thc Dr.  Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont.  >l,>tSI**KU   }*mtl0 ~m-a:it4~f  -������������������Me"������   <~^**~\     ���������JOT**..        Ajf^ri*,  u -mi m *rmii\ n '&) m*** %  --tttifttt -UU   'xttmoam-M.   Mm������<r'    mfyjn~* eta*  For this sturdy blend, of wheat rmrl  brain with pizt tbc clcrr*rjnt3 cF  nutrition that Nature djememdrt  For health and vi^or.  tr,,y-ri-rs.-*rs j>Jin4'**   iff  a    f..tffrstr  f.-z.-trsrir  Alberta Wool Marketed:  Three hundred  thousand pounds of  wool  have  so  far  been  shipped   from  Allx-ita    to    the    Co-operative Wool  (in* wer:;'  Association   in  Toronto  for  a: .ni. I...li,   .wUj    Iiii i\.   iiii-   olill    two   l.:,l:-  lot:* to ship.      This ir. a record, as last  year the total output was only .-.'00,000  l-e)uiid.i.       i'or  .senile   lime,  there   was  !������������������>  I. .1.1 IWI ,,IMI|, 1/tJl ll Ij IIUIV  fr  ��������� in  ac  to 60c  U  tttft*- ������ iftv, .  ~ii~ej������-.t-i u -tXrt:ciSOjfL  epiott-el   at  aiiy-oli.'.rc  per  pound,  'ilu* A: ah  .il ieui  iiii.-, year has hatid-  1' ii      .Ojout      ...,OO0,tJiMi   pinilellu   (JI    \Ve)ol  fi em* :��������� ll -i.e*������������������������������������ e.f i ' inaehi, and lhe  pi ice *.<������������������( iue*el hi e emsiilereel to be a  -.ploieliel   <*>.;u11IjIc   -r.f   re.,-operntion. .  "COLD UN THE HEAD"  in an aiuite iittnck of Nasal Catarrh. Per-  sona who arc subject to fri-eiueMJt "colels in  thc lie:ael" will line:! that the mc of JI ALIAS  e-A'i'^vK-Ivii i\tiil>l C) N l*i will luiilei up the  Sy.*itciii, cleanse tlie Jiluncl iiul rciulei* them  U'ss I table to colelr.. Kopcatud nttne.*U:i of  Aimuc   l-ataiih  may   leael   io   (Chronic   Cutarrli.  IIAIJ.'S CATAURU MEDJCINIi: in taken internally anel actn thronch thc lilootl on  the   iMneeieiH   Surface;;! oi  the:  Syslcni.  All   lJnij.*rnrist:i  75c.      Tc.-iliiiiouialu  free.  $100.00 for any ca.-.e of catarrh that  IIAI.IVS CATARJUl MJiniC.lNii will uot  cure.  l-\ J,  Chfiicy  &  Co.,  Toledo,  Ohio.  All Made in Canada.  In all future vessels for thc Canadian Government merchant marine,  Canadian Dougla3 fir will replace the  southern pine from the United States  heretofore used in the laying of  decks.  After 10 Ycars of Asthma Dr. J. D.  Kcdlofts's Asthma 'Remedyproved the  only relief for one grateful user, and  this is but one cure anions many.  Kittle wonder that it has now become  the one recognized remedy on thc  market. It bas earned its fame by  its never failing effectiveness. It is  earning it to-day, as it has doner-'for  years. It in the greatest asthma  specific within the reach of suffering  humanity.  /  /  i j. 0  i i.i*,ii  , ii11111n  tee  where.  o.ei<n    I'.veiy-  ���������Ti  . t  W .  n.  U.  I .Ui/.  A runny IIo.-^c.  "You    remembe-r    you    sold  me  a  horse  last  week?"   said  the  cabman*  angrily,  to  thc  horse  dealer.  "���������*' - ��������� M '!��������� - .    -,1      ,,������    1.*,     ���������*���������"  "He  fell dead yesterday."  "Well,    14 never I" said thc dealer.  "I told you hc had boiiii* funny ways,  >uit I never Knew nun to lio that  before."  Canadian Coal to Sweden.  The Canadian Collieries, at  Nauaitno. B.C., has shipped a cargo  of coal to Sweden, the first shipment  of Hriiish Columbia coal to the*European  market.  Women  of  the  Lee  Choo  Islands,  south of Japan, tatoo their head:f.  One of the commonest complaints  of infantr, is worms, and the most effective application for them is Mother  diavc:.'  norm j-.xtct nunator.  _-U~0-*m~-*tM~-mir-  llllljl  ^k^rVttlafvW^  ...UiT  ' ~Stt4%S*mU t  W-HOlUleV  iintm rw^.^'?'W;.|T^**-'r1'ii'"  1 ^^'*mfcS������l(f $* ��������� km. fit. Itr-X&iriil* ^rWWf'**-^  -mmMisimmM Minim���ei���
Conflicting Evidence Is Given Before
Tariff Commission at
"Edmonton, Alta.���Protection as enforced by the present tariff is responsible for the prosperity of Edmonton's industries and is necessary to
their expansion, while at thc same|
time it is proving a burden to the
farmers and-driving them oft' the land,
according to conflicting evidence given before, thc session of thc Tariff
Commission here.
The manufacturers of this city endorsed thc -stand taken in ^11 parts
of the Dominion by manufacturers
who urge the retention of the protective tariff, while the representatives
of the farmers urge that it be
dropped, to give them a chance to
Reduction of the tariff to give the
farmers opportunities to buy in thc
open market, was requested by Hon.
Duncan Marshall, provincial minister
of agriculture, who was the chief
witness before the Tariff Commission  at the afternoon session.
"Alberta farmers have   to  compete
the amount taken
That is the nourishing
power, passed hy independent scientific experiment, oi
7 Jewels
MEET Ixigersoll Reliance���the
seven jewelled star time-
reporter ofthelngcrsoll Watches.
Smart as they mafce'em, aristocratic in appearance, slim, suave
and distinguished���but a regular
And he sure keeps regular time!
Reliance has been trained that
way. Before he leaves the
Inner-soil factory he 13 tested to
tell timo correctly in she different
positions���two days in each.
But you don't know the half of
it, yet. Reliance is given 127
cher inspections to see that his
fieven jewelled jbridgo-tjrp'.'works
function perfectly.
Those works contain the best
leatureg ol 3.,'Z ditferont watches
which were studied in constructing Reliance���yet Rplianco has 29
less parts than the rfvi-ragc watch.
and beauty make the Reliance a
watch anyone can be proud to
Yet tho price is hut $9.25 in
nickel case.   $14.50 in -gold-filled.
in the open market for the sale of
their goods, all that they ask is that
they have the privilege of buying implements in the same manner, which
will enable them to prosper," he said.
"The increase, ofexports will bring
revenue to the Dominion treasurer
and the best means of securing this
increase will be to remove the tariff
on farm implements," he continued.
He pointed out that the farmer cannot possibly benefit by the present
tariff. He has to compete in the
open market for the sale of his crops;
as an example, Mr. Marshall pointed
out that this year no British buyers
were in thc market and that consequently the price'of wheat has undergone fluctuations which will mean
money loss to every farmer.
He asked that the Dominion Government demand from the British
Government permission-to allow Canadian livestock growers the entry of.
their cattle.
Mr. .Marshall concluded by asking
that thc tariff be put on a purely
revenue basis, and the element of
protection deducted.
Harry Bell, from Namayo, a -veteran farmer, gave detailed figures of
his expenditures and estimated revenue from the cultivation of a five
hundred acre farm. His balance will
be, he stated, $3,685, without any deductions for his and a grown-up son's
labor. Farmers, he told the commissioners, were entirety unprepared for
the drop in wheat prices. Hc thought
that the tariff on farm implements
could be fairly cut in half,- and so relieve the farmers of some of the
Rice Shcpperd, for" IS years an oj*-
ficial of the United Farmers of Alberta Association, charged that the
Canadian manufacturers took the
benefit of the tariff to raise prices of
Canadian  manufacture.
"Our greatest need is colonization
of productive areas, but we must
have a corresponding development of
urban communities, and these require
for their proper ��growth, a suitable
measure of industrial development,"
said C. G. Robertson before thc Tariff
Commission here. He" represented
Edmonton manufacturers who asked
for continuance of the tariff without
which, thcy claim, industries would
be unable to cope with the U.S. competition. The statement contained a
general survey of industrial conditions in the province.
Sir George Foster Says Decline Not
Result of Fact That Board Is Not
Handling Wheat.
Germans Ordered
To Release Ships
Munitions  For  Poland  Are Held in
Kiel Canal.
Paris.���The council of ambassadors
despatched a note to Germany demanding thc immediate release of
three ships loaded with munitions for
Poland, which are being held in thc
Kiel Canal by thc Gciman authorities. The note specifically mcnlions
the Danish ship Dorrit, but there arc
two other ships which also arc b*:ing
Germany has taken the posiuon
that she is neutral in the Russo-Pol-
ish war and that therefore she c< uld
not permit (Iir* passage** of the ship?
which are destined for Danzig.
Miners Must Get Busy
Alberta Coal Operators Will Rc-open
Negotiations When Men Resume-
Calgary, Alta At a joint meeting of t.ic \Yi*.;.U:i'ii Canada Ceial
Operators' Associations and officials
of ihe U.M.W. of America, lhe former stated that the question of opening
the existing contract could not be
entertained until all the miners were
back at work. \. Tlie rcr-nost for the
re-opening of negotiations with a
vie.-w to increasing the scale of the
day wage workers, wa.s contingent on
;. large number of the men continuing
at'v.ork, said the mine operators.
Tlie strike* of miner:; in district IS
ie.*.*> ucuii <;Aie*l'ie*e. by riie walkout
of the men at Michael aud Fernie,
where about 100 mnn arc reported to
have kit work. 'J." here is no addition
lo 1111: striker*-./ ranks in thc Druiri-
ln-ll.-r lif.ld.
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f"" ' ^rn'-'ilZ-" "' '���"TTrT'iri'i"--" ���'������������ -,-,* \:A\"i
Officer Killed.
I--.Jlieb.Mi.��� Lie-ul.    Laniie*,   ejf   the*   in-
f'in'rv     \>."i'*   >;|uii    eVnel      )*���'      U'lkll *"e\ m
pi-r-'ti-nT*,     at     C��*i1lii;.'*.teHi,  arrejreling  to
di-.palrh< s   to   lln*   'I'iim*.-;   i'nn espeu-.d-
Calgary, Alta.���H. W. AVood, president of thc United Farmers of Alberta, stated that he agreed with the
remarks of Hon. George Langley,
vice-president of the Saskatchewan
Co-operatives-Elevator Company, that
the present condition of the wheat
market was due to thc abolition of
thc Canadian Wheat Board.
"I would prefer', however, to withhold my criticism of thc Government
until I see what action is taken to
meet the present situation," he remarked.
Mr. Wood stated there was no
question but that the wheat would
have been handled "very much better
through the board than on tlie open
market. Wheat, he said, had declined one dollar a bushel in the cash
price since thc selling was taken out
of the hands of the board. The
price to the miller was S3.15 and the
export price was not lower.
.Ottawa.���^Commenting on a news
dispatch- from Calgary in which H.
W. Wood, president of the United
Farmers of Alberta, was quoted as
saying that Canadian wheat could
have been handled very much "better
through  the  Canadian Wheat  Board
One Great Essential
To a Woman's Health
M��r N
t   a \JS    . \J\J
Nature intended women to be
strong, healthy and happy as the day
is long, instead, of being sick and
wretched. But how can any woman
be healthy and happy when the whole
nervous system is unstrung. The
trouble is they pa,y more attention to
their social and household duties than
they do to their health. Is it any
wonder then that they become irritable and nervous, havc hot flushes,
faint and dizzy spells, smothering and
sinking spells, become weak and nervous, and everything in life becomes
dark and gloomy.
Miiburn's Heart and Nerve Pills are
thc very remedy that nervous, tired-
out, Xveary women need to restore
them to thc blessings of good health.
Mrs." P. H. Ryan, Sand Point, N.S.,
writes: "I havc been a great sufferer
from nerve troubles. I was so weak
and nervous-1 could not sleep at night
and my appetite was very poor. I
could not w;.lk across the floor-without trembling. I had hot flushes and
fainting spells. When 1 was on mv
second box of Alilburn's Heart and
Nerve Fills 1 began to feel better and
kept on until 1 had used six boxes,
when I felt likcji different person. 1
am never without them in the "house
and recommend them to all who suffer
with  their nerves."
Price 50c a box at all dealers or
mailed direct or. receipt of price by
The T. Milburn Co., Limited, Toronto, Ont.
foron.0 Business Man Speaks
Highly ot "Marlatt's Specific"
Will Gladly Recommend to Any Gall
Stone Sufferer.
.   Toronto,  Ont.
J. W. M.irlult & Co.:
Gentlemen.���I was iu poor health
for a long tiijie, and I could not find
out what: was my trouble until a
friend of mine recommended nie lo
for Gall Stones and Appendicitis,
which 1 decided to do. I scut $.i.()()
and got one treatment-of* your medicine, and after taking this treatment T
was surprised to pass a number of
Gall Stones without any pain or ache.
I have not enjoyed as gooel
HEALTH in ten years a<* I have at
the present   lime.
_ 1 am so pleased at what your medicine has done: for me that I would
heartily recommend it to anyone suffering from Call Stones. Any fur-
��� lin.���   1 r.rn,-,.,-. -.- I     . t *   I     �� V
'         '' - "    *    - .1.1    ,, I \ ; *    ������ 1
any sutfcier will be- cheerfully given.
-T. W. UK OWN.
"Mark.it's Specific" is for sah: hy
nearly ev-rv druggist in Canada but
if your locil druggist haope-n:* not to
have it, write direct to J. W. -lailatt
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' .1 0   ��� .... xi,       x.J .11, llll.,,
l!oe.l'.!-i  fiec on applii alien.
than in the open market, and that
thc price had declined a dollar a bushel since the - board had ceased to
handle it. Sir George Foster spoke
as follows:
"The fa-et that the price of wheat
in '.Canada has declined one dollar is
no proof that it would not havc
dropped had its sale been under the
control of the board. It has declined equally or more in the States.
This decline is not due to the fact
that a board is not handling the
wheat, but is a result of the supply
of wheat in Canada at present exceeding the demand. It is not sound reasoning to say that it has declined because thc wheat board is not handling
Steamer Lies in Deep Water,
Victoria, B.C.���The condition of
thc Grand Trunk steamer Prince Rupert, which ran ashore in Swanston
Bay during a fog last week while on
her way north from Vancouver with
200 passengers, lies in 60 feet of water
at low tide. Divers have gone north,
and the work of salvage will commence immediately. Thc steamer is
lying on her beam end.
For Married Men Only
When your razor, is dull as a hoe,
ask your wife if she wasn't paring her
corns. Get her Putnam's\Corn~ Extractor; it's the only painless and safe
cure. All dealers sell "Putnam's" at
25c per bottle.
Inaugurate Campaign
Fiadian Ports
Shipping Interests Bid For Direct
Trade With England.
London.���Canadian shipping interests are making a detcrmined'effort to
capture British trade for Canada by
means of Canadian ownership of
Captain Smith, cf the Canadian
Merchant Marine Co., appeals to British merchants to deal direct with Can-:
ada through Canadian ageivts and to
forget thc id>:a that the Canadian
market is best approached through
New York.
"A legitimate attempt is being
made to provide the necessary- ships
for Canada's export.and import trade
and open new avenues of direct trade
for Canada through Canadian ports.
Too much of Canada's trade is carried through the medium of the
United Slates which has an adverse
influence here in currency.''
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uiiiii ixin mul j
Montreal.���The Montreal Star publishes the following: /'The police believe they hold, in the arrest of
Micheal Symmington, the key to the
Sinn Fein disorders reported in the
Dublin district after thc successor oi
Lord Mayor Macwiney had been appointed. Symmington, held without
bail, is charged at present with unlawful possession of four rifles.
The rifles, the police claim to have
been placed in secret places while
Symmington was a clerk in the Department of Public Works. The
magistrate's hearing revealed not
only this, but that tho prisoner also
possessed minutes of the Irish League of Self Determination. In a
packing case where this was discovered, the pojicc came upon the
blue prints of the Irish offices ind
the gove/nment buldings surrounding
it. In his living room were four
army rifles, together with a mas4 of
damaging documents all wrapped ''n
a flag of the Irish republic. Detectives are now searching for vital
documents which thcy think ^re
missing, probably removed by Sinn
Fein agents before the police arrived at the suspect's home.
rmi*iKri/ismmMvi&siioxiiixxaarir~ir-irim     i  ^-^.ixi^-x-^irrt^
The cleanliness of
the sealed package
appeals to the daintiness  of  a   womaa.
She knows that it
protects the contents
from dust, dirt, odors
and moisture.
She will be doubly
pleased with our new
���waxed board package
1���w hich wehave
adopted after several
years of testing���because it is stronger,
more secure and more
completely air-tight;
altogether the best
container for tea that
has yet been devised.
Will Ask Germans to Explain.
Paris.���Thc inter-allied corrfmission
in Berlin v/ill be requested to investigate the circumstances of ihe burning
at Hamburg cf thc German steamer
Bismarck, which was building at a
shipyard in thc Port of Hamburg, and
was to have been delivered to thc allies under thc terms of thc peace
treaty. Thc French government will
also ask Germany for explanations
regarding the burning of thc Bismarck.
Red Rose -Coffee is as
generously good as
Red Rose Tea
      _ *i'|.'^i*MiAMl*L-'*i��^"'--*-'-J'
ion wave Earned Your Rest       ^?��Qjr{
So Loaf this Winter in Victoria, B.C. W$P^
Where  Vour  Money IIis Full  Va;uc.
Make your dre'iin**  come:  true.      St.*-* 1   Vo**r ui ���
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fflgia*��fi��^^ -"^-JrS5g/r^MJV,s*aA.**������lg,gig;Jllf  '���������l.^'.i-i-lim'Aii-il  ' ������������������-(*��������� t^trr^AXhb *e  ' Ui  -.���������M*r**y���������L,**tf*irt'j*-A>t-^^^  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Cow For Sale���������Purebred Jersey,  good milker.    W.V. Jackson, Creston,  Cabbage For Sale���������3 cents a  pound, bring your own sacks. H. L.  G-osthwait, Oreston.  Local and Personal  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.  GENERAL MERCAANT  Pigs For Sale���������Six weeks old, $7  apiece.   Guy Constable, Creston.  Pigs For Sale���������Six weeks old,  good stock.   E. Haskins, Creston.  W. B. Muir, who has spent the past  three months in Seattle, got home on  Sunday.  Mrs. Vaehon left on Monday on a  short holiday trip to Vancouver and  coast points.  Packers Wanted���������At once, two  good apple packers. Ashley Cooper &  Sons, Wynndel.  Dr. Primrose Wells of Victoria, is a  Creston visitor at present, the guest  of W. H. Watcher.  Miss A. Doyle of the Staples Fruit  Company staff, was a week-end yisitor  at her home in Nelson.  Cockerels For Sale���������Rose Comb  Rhode Island Reds, purebrc-d stock,  $3 each.     Mrs.W.V.JacKson, Creston.  0. B. Garland and P. G. Ebbutt  were business visitors in Nelson a  couple of days the middle of the week.  F. H. Jaskson was at Nelson a  couple of days this week, attending  the provincial school trustees convention.  Mrs. F. A. Barton of Vancouver is  renewing acquaintances in Creston  this week, and is the guest of Mrs. F.  H. Jackson.  Cloudy and showery weather still  preyails and haymaking has been  entirely out of the question ever since  the first of the month.  There   will   be   a   morning  service  Reduction in Price  of Ford Cars  Chassis, with Starter . .$ 650  710  . . 775  Runabout  Touring  <������  *��������� i_  Coupe  Sedan  , . 1100  . . 1200  f.o.b. factory, Ford, Ont.  Tractor $790 f.o.b. Dearborn, Mich., plus American exchange.  our Second  ������4 \  9 *������������������������.  ���������CtA-O  Temperance Plebiscite Act  rocsa  turning;  er  only, with eelebration of Holy Communion at the close, in Christ Church  on Sunday, at 11 o'clock.  C. B. Twigg, local provincial horticulturist, got back on Monday from  Slocan, where he had been one of the  judges at the annual fall fair in that  town.  Provincial police Vaehon is away  on a trip to New Westminster, to  which point he is taking a quartette  of prisoner's from the provincial jail at  Nelson.  Revs. W. McRae of Edmonton and  R. E. Pow of Cranbrook addressed a  prohibition meeting here at the  Peekin on Tuesday night, which was  well attended.  Work was commenced this week on  the good roads through town, crushed  rock now being delivered as far as the  road across the C.P.R. tracks beyond  Imperial Bank.  The official thermometer registered  freezing on Saturday morning, while  the rain of Wednesday night produced a sprinkling of snow on the high  spots on Goat mountain.  G. J. Bayle, who left here in the  spring for Merritt, where he has been  since employed, returned to Creston  the latter part of the week and will  again make his home here.  Creston Methodists are haying their  harvest thanksgiving seavice on Sunday eyening at 7.30, for which there  will be special music, and an address  appropriate to the occasion.  Purse Lost���������Between Creston and  Wynndel, on Sunday, Oct. 10th, black  velvet handbag. containrng sum of  money and bank book. Reward on  leaving same at Review Office.  Monday is Thanksgiving Day, a  statutory holiday, when all places of  business in town will be closed, and  the general delivery wicket at the  postoffice open from 5 to 6 p.m. only.  Patrons of the Peekin are reminded  that to-morrow night's show will be  the iast until the early part of November, when Manager Rodgers hopes to  have the new house open for business--.  F. Csborn. who has had charge of  the dry goods department at the S. A.  Speers store for the past three  months, has resigned his position and  with Mrs. Osborn left on Sunday for  Vancouver.  ward to Mrs. Hamilton, secretary-  treasurer health committee. It is  hoped a nurse will be here within the  next few weeks, but funds are needed.  Almost 100 of the  Valley "citizens  were out for the hay meeting in Mercantile Hall on Saturday night, which  was ..presided over by W. V. Jackson,  with   Guy   Constable   as   secretary.  The feed situation generally was discussed but the  general opinion  was  that it was too early   as yet to be  turning in an estimate of the quantity  required   due. to   the   fact   that if a  streak of fine weather happens along  it will still be possible to put up hay  on   the   flats,  and   within   the   next  month it may be possible to sell off a  considerable quantity of cattle.    It is  requested, however, that by Oct. 25th  all requiring hay leave a statement at  the Union as to the tonnage they will  be in market for.    With this information    available   the   matter   ean   be  handled intelligently with the authorities   having   the   giving   of   reduced  freight charges.  We are prepared to handle  any quantity of Live Poultry*,  and will pay the following  prices for Fouitry received up  to and including Oct. 9th;  Fowl ���������   ���������  Chicken   ��������� 33c.  I,O.D. remie.  ifiBf  FERNIE,   B,C.  Reference:   Bank of Commerce.  '*&������'  ^gj(  Our   efficiency  in   Repairing  along with   our  u^-to-date  equipment  make   i   repair  job perfect and at nn.nmum  cost.  Creston Auto & Supply  R. S. BEVAH, Prop.  LISTER���������CRESTON  Freight & Passenger  Service  Having jiifit. install**-*?-'} a 7- paanentfor  light -"i el i very  auto  wo   are   prepared   to   carry   prtfcRenKera  and  handle   freight  or   parcels   from  .tliy    (i'XieU   un     t.ei'*.    iiiliu:    in.'l. V.'t;<*ti  Li.sU-r  and  Crenton cither way.  -Jar leave* J/inter 10 a.m. daily, except  .S'Mid-iy.      R"t uririiiif-;  h-aves  CroBton at, ,'J p.m.  Arran'jf-Mi'ient.H can he mad*- with iih  to do hauling  of any  description  at any time de-Hired,  Leave orders at Canyon City Hohool,  Krick.son store, Creston po<itofl!e������*..  Province of British Columbia  In tiie Kaslo Electoral District  Public notice is hereby given to the  Electors of the Electora' District  aforesaid, that 1 have re.aived His  Majesty's Writ to me eu-ected, and  bearing the date the T\v itieth day of  September, 1920. comm nding me to  cause the f-. ";o\ving q> .stion, namely:  W.~ch Do rau Prefer?  prese* it "Prohibition  -,    S-r-  0      xVJ.  Act' Zr  or  Car  in   also    available-   for   fihhi  l.l'ips,    oiuieoty    niiLiii^.,,   Ki    ii..ii:>-  portatiou    to   evening  eii*M*rtain-  ment.H at any point.  "K  ~~Ai~a i t*K 1 - cr. I. t*0.  \Z THOMPSON, Supt-  \j.      LmmmZ   LmLmSC^TT  It*     .     ���������                it'            i    ��������� ��������� *   :  i *  I ;i. i ������������������! e 111/     . e i i' i     e    ���������   i> i>' '. i.      i    i ,.'.  bv  ��������� .le- day or .../iifia'*!,.  ���������'.V  2. An Act to provide for Government Control and Sale  in Sealed Packages of  Spirituous and Malt Liquors ?  to be submitted according to law to  tbe Electora qualified to yote for the  election of a member of the Legislative Assembly for the Electoral District aforesaid; and, further, in obicli-  ence to the said Writ a poll shall be  opened at eight o'clock in the forenoon and shall be closed at seven  o'clock in the afternoon on Wednesday, the Twentieth day of October,  1020, for taking and receiving the  votes of the .said Electors in each polling division of the Electoral District  aforesaid at the respective places  following:���������  POLLING DIVISIONS  Ainsworth  Argcnta  Hoswell  Camp Lister  Canyon City  Crawford Hay  Creston  Erickson  Ferguson  Ci'iriml  ������������r������*y'*-. d'-fiek  1 lovvHcr  .f olir-.'iouV.  K;ihIm  I. it.ehi-uei-  r" i , ���������, fi   .,  Lui-d'-an  M irror Lake-  Poplar  i������iie-i'nV. i>.iy  HioMlVl  ���������S|| I till'  Trout  Ijikt*  WliiN-mil'**'  VVyniiele-l  Of  ivhie-h nil   |ii*ii*(,iim   ure hereby re-  quire-el t.o I.ike neillee* .mil to govern  I.IH'liisei ye'M  n< e*ei| lim^i y.  fiiveii     eiiiili'i     r < i v     leaieel ut,    IKaelo,  IWJ>. '       '    '   Lauding  .-i i.  ���������*     IV \'.,-1 I <   >   N  Just a little over 800 names of Creston Valley residents appear in the  yoters list which will be used at the  temperance plebiscite yote on Wednesday next. Of these oyer 400 are  due to vote in town.  Owing to a rival attraction in the  temperance meeting on Tuesday night  the attendance at the October meeting of the board of trade was just sufficient to make the requisite quorum,  and nothing but i-outine business was  disposed of.  Mrs. H. B. Downs left on Monday  on a trip to England, her ticket heading Creston to Hull. She will yisit  old friends at several points in the  Old Country, and at present is undecided as to whether she will return to  Cre9ton or not.  The Women's Institute debated tho  question of whether a man can do a  woman's work equally as well as a  woman can do a man's work at their  meeting on Friday afternoon, with  the decision in favor of the men being  the more proficient.  At the meeting of the directors on  Thursday night Jus. Adlard was elected chairman of the Creston public  library board, and the membership fee  was fixed at $2. Tbe new library has  just received a donation of 800 volumes  ���������the books belonging to the Women's  Institute library.  It. G. A. Hockley and Jack Smith  are announced as deputy returning  officers at the temperance plebiscite*!  vote on Wednesday next. The voting  will be at the Mercantile Hull. F. K.  Hurry will have charge of the poll at  the Reclamation Farm. There aro  almost. HOO voters at these two polls  alone.  The directors of the agricultural  anfioeiation had a meeting on Thursday night, to :ielj\i!.t, cionic maMer-** in  connection with this year'H fall fair.  The preliminary atatcment of the  trea**nrer show*-- the exhibit ion to haye  ��������� ������       *       4* ���������       \*     . I *  '" ���������*���������'     'i">.>-       ���������" ��������� ' ��������� ��������� e .-   intake- jit the* gate being just, over IjWOO  which would indicate a slightly larger  ciowel than iu 1W10.  All thorn- willing to pay a small mini  monthly low in el   (hit eealeny of a uui'hc  ���������fi'om -Tw. upward���������arc requested to  either hand it m at the monthly ineei-  itur  ������i������"     Ihe   Wl llili-li'.i      T I ll-tl i I 111 ���������'.   Ill    4������<iV  in   to  the-   liiqxi'ml Hank, account e>f  ���������  - ���������     i        . ��������� . ��������� , . r  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 Supplies  and Accessories, and do prompt, *������^ -  careful work in repairing. ^(^^  ,J&fmy&2&  LIDGATE BROS.  PHONE 81  Brfl  %fe*#OOi*&f W������������f3.1fi*3?  ~.  Frost touches the 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 burned 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  The Best of the Shooting  is Yet to Come!  Hi  A sample of below-freezing weather and a sprinkle  of snow on the hills this week proclaims that the best  of the hunting season is yet to come. Thc cooler  turn in the atmosphere will bring along the ducks  and geese���������the snow makes thc ideal deer hunting.  To help hunters take full advantage of the shooting  season wo offer for the week of Saturday, Oct. 10th-  23rd ammuniton at the following prices:  CANUCK SHOTGUN SHELLS, si/es 4, 5, fl, with 28  gra. Powder and 1 1-8 oz. Shot.   Reg. price per 100  $7.40.    Special price, $������.85.  WINCHESTER REPEATER SHOTGUN SHELLS���������  Sizes 4, f>, fl, 7, reg. price per 100, $8.(50.    Special $7.85.  Kirijiii   UiV.JLi'1'J.-i.iiJV.-iiiifc) W'O   lliAVO iii    Ulil   laii^O    </-    l/ilCbG  in .stock which wc oiler at 10% Discount in 100 lots.  These prices are for spot cash buying only.  I TUT A WOrYlvT     TST> r^HPT TT?T? 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