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 *m~r   -    ���������*  *������������������   .  ii1,     v  \  \Z'%\  *��������� tr.        I-^1  ^,Ha*m*r0s,vrt~X.-0VSf*^^  X"  '    \ '     '-        4 ,fZr*  "~r'r-. y- ;;>*���������>  s������=  Vol. XIII.  .-soli*  ORESTON, B. Ctf;JHpM8; SEPTEMERB^ 23- 1921  es a  0*-ft  Edward Ferguson of Kelson* provin-  oiai^assesaor, ~is a visitor here this  week, re-assessing the.. whole of r the  area in the,-Canyon City school dis*  trict area. With very few exceptions  a revision upward in assessable value*  may be looked for.  Creston Fruit Growers Union is tbis  week loading out the second straight  e%v of Canyon City apples at -the ei&V  ing. The first car was solid to Weal"  thye, but the one now loading has a  considerable quantity of Kings in it.  The members as ihe United ~f~������ateta  are co-operating in the* purchase eif  nursery stock, quite a few having  clubbed together in placing quite &  large order tor trees-with the B.C.  Nursery Cbsspaa^ Che-^sries are very  prominent in the list and* also a big  showing of small fruits.' '*  The Winlaw mill at Duck Creek has  closet! down ap$ abonthalf a dowri of  ourei&lsens w|������p had been working  there arrived home on Tuesday.  Misses Jessie Hickey, Annie MeRobb  and Alice Wood are temporary Residents at Erickson. where' tbey are on  the Union apple packing staff at ftveth  ent.  -tha Wearinouth ranch: Otto Johnson  bafiTtinken^acres in New Sweden- op  posite the Samuelson place, audAndy  Wjekholinr enlarges his estate by buy-  log 20 acres alongside his present  homestead.' ' Peter Burns has picked  .^Sfiyacres. adjoining the Wickhoim  buy*and .Hilton Young takes 40 acres  of Uie tract opposite the schoolhouse,  and .will start in ar once tb clear ten  ������e������es"^f it- and get* it se^ out to trees  in .the spring.. In addi||^ to these  fiU^ehiafie^Supt. Rowbnry 'states theft  amplications for 20 acre tracts are cqm  In&jm from numerous  i*ia,w*0.rtn  tiMtr.  ���������n������������w  l~*xX.  quite heavy buyers of the land in this  distriet-Which baa just been put on  the'market by the Land Settlement  Board at Lister. Up to the present  these purchases hayo amounted to almost 500 acres. Some of tbe land buyers are:. Tom B ckey. who has taken  the 20 acres alongside the "Shorty**  Adams place, and who bas already  cleared a half acre and commencecHtie  erection, of a house, f *0ad" Bro w-b11%  buy is *3 acree "o^ectlg^i^t/c  s^pp^^^t*^.^  mk    .    ~mm,~������������������S���������-^rr-i..^Sra~-m~\^r9x'..0...mxJ.94..e XM&0. 0  o*fi������? wi������j<conv^rt Joto -jftNMWj^ thi*  printer. "Sam Scott of B^cksoh could1  not resist .the temptation to increase  his holdings and has secured 40 acres*  in the vicinity of the old Link mill-eke.'  while Matt. Clayton will 'be his neigh*  bor. baying acquired the 40 acre tract  alongside  the .Brickson  bnver.   Mr.  Weartnouth's buy i.s a modest one, a  swatter of 7 acres which lies ajotfgaide  bis present ranch.     Having, made one  good buy some years ago in Canyon���������  now the Vance place���������Gi-over Kifer is  again a Canyon landowner, his agreement of sale being for 20>'aores back of  Mr. and Mre^H. Campbell and family left on Friday for HillcrestvAIta.,  Wihere they will -spend the winter, Mr.  C^snpb^l4iavsng resumed work in one  $g the opines.  Mrs. Webb p^ Silvei-ton arrived op  Friday on a short visit to her siste������,  Sire. Geo. P. Smith;  ' Billy Long js a vipftcr in Nelsoi^ttsfj**  week. In addition io the fair he was  a most interested spectator at the  Shriners.ceremonial, in that citylfist'  night.  -Mrs. Ryckman got back on Friday  from avnouple of weeks* visit with her  daughter, Mrs* Bidder, at Marysville.  Mrs. R. Thurston Was ������gree=sbly sur  fg-ised on-Satss-day afternoon when  quite a large delegation from Christ  Church Ladies' Guilds dropped in on  the occasion of- ber* birthday and pre*-  sssted^fess' ~sl~h *^s*us" v������������e of cutlery  *������ a sh'ght 10' o������ of appreciation cf the  eegytees s%t Jtas rendered ibe qrganiz  of the  Grand Theatre  DANCE HALL  FALL FAIR NIGHT  Wednesday, Oct. 5  Starting at 10 o'clock.  Positively the Best Floor  i in Town  GOOD MUSIC  A good time���������follow  the cto������<I.  Supper 1o fee Served at 12  We are   equipped   to '  handle any size crowd.  Gents $1.   Ladies 50c.  Supper extra.  -m-~-  Alberta points  ���������the lands having been advertised for  S~mi ��������������� SOtiixr vit tat psrB-l-'iO papers.  ������Mtete���������M9  Me-mm ��������� t  Y^fssM^i^kji-ite^Clark left at" the  end xtt the week for ���������h*J������bKKsk, "where  ihe js attending high school this term.  Off.       - -  ' -  ** Miss Jensen of <Lethbridge. Alta., is  a visitor here at present with her sister, Mrs.   Lockhead.   on  the  Staples  ranch.  *  Shipping is averaging two straight  cara a day at proven}*. Now that the  tomatoes-are Blowing up tlie express  exports shows quite a decided falling  Hard MH-fa.ce road operations, which  started in at the Long ranch gate have  -about reached the West Erickson side  of the Ciawford bill, and this will  probably conclude madmaking for the  yeav.. Some welcome improvement  baa been made of the lower road this  Wek by filling up the ,yery bad holes  ���������of which there were many���������with  gravel.  Mtioo Slsilng  -Jack Smith is again a permanent  resident of Alice' Siding~aftei- almoHt  thiee months' absence ab fire watch at  the lookout on Goat Mountain.  E. L. T. Taylor has disposed of  three acrea of his ranch, the buyer being Mr. Oatendorf of Rosthern. Sask.,  Who has already built a aback and  started clearing operations.  Alice Siding's orchard product will  be featured at the big British Apple  Show at Lofrdon,' England,. next  month/ , W. H. Hilton is sending over sitme Cox Orange for the five box  lot competition.  Misses Kthel and Thelma West und  Marie. Vanatiu ate daily y id tors at'  Creston where they ure on the apple  packing etuff at the Union warehouse  at present. When it conies to speed  the former in, about the best on the  Haying ic practically over on the  flats for this uea*on. and now thnt we  have had a couple of likely looking  frosts potato digging will be the next  order of business.  Mrs. Aldersou of Hownmr is , hm\  supervising the harvest of winter  apples on their ran ch..  v,, Victor<D������rrJRtakings autos.ml y*.,  nation dt pr.������otit. Lnnti FHday night  he had the bad hick to fall between  tbe hay loader and wagon, sustaining  broken collar tkme.  W|tb a������ddre;qi-24out of a possible  30 points tife Aj^ey Cooper & Sons  ranctir;jWy6n^K made a showing  in the fruit eeetloo of tbe Nelson fall  fair, tbis week Jnat has never pre*  viorisl^ l^en"emailed by any eahib-.  itmiti rct5ent'yel^,''and at the same  tifi^'has iirtnais^tibly demonstrated  aemvamekX mmrt X^-itd-JtlSmmUT,'.*. ^.������ ��������� ���������t- :: .,__  n-v���������-0.��������� m -r���������y *4>mu--i^srm^f0vr. aaiivu ������u f������i������^*  tietdar ieiiiist-'a^jut^ in a class, by itself,   /,.   -.*v~i^%  Out of l& enWpie^jCooper &^Sons  landed 11' "firsl-;/prizes and two  seconds, aWardeSWfollaws: Plates  Jonathan,. Wagner .add-Mcintosh  Red appies;" H^op erabs; Beu're-  bo8c, J^rehceo^e l������ad genre d'As-  jon pts&m Vitamin ^pi-anes; Pond  Seedling, Victors 4od Yellow Egg  plui^ss. ^eoad^S? ^e&lsh Beauty  and St. ]>ui^������Nbonnepears.  The cotnp<e^i^);in practically  eyery ctass^waiRY^ite been, newspa>  per reports st^i^ that the exhibit  of fruit thia-y^^^i^:al)out tbe best  in tbe recen^t yiartwy of Nelsob's  big fruit faip./ZZ-. ~l Z  Baptismal services were beld .Oft  Sunday afternoon when the'infants of  Mr. and Mrs. John Bird and Mr. and  Mrs. Edwin Thompson were christened. Y. **-  G.W.V.A. held their regular meeV  ing in the schoolhouse on ^SaSrorday  night. - President Bell is as yet undecided as to attending the. big Dominion convention at Port Arthur nest  month. <C *��������� **-  Harry Yewbury and Harry Bmwto  are the first hunters to hring in & Supply of venison. The deer season tinly  opened on Saturday, too.  It is expected the Lister Trading &  Supply Co. Ltd., -vsUll shortly be moving to new store premises, which will  be erected on the Lister townsite.,_  The Ladies' Auxiliary are hoping for  a big crowd at their dance at the*  schoolhouse on Saturdao night, the  proceeds of which go to the piano  fund.  Father Bessette of Cranbrook was  here on Friday and held service in the  schoolhouse that morning.    Y  ASm     XKT  Zrmtxt  0~t00v  rxG     IT. .  t ~,   ....       ������   I-?---  ��������� V  Coi. and Mrs. lister were visitors at  Cranbrook the-latteer^ait of the week,  where the foviner^liveied an address  at the uieetm^YofYthe Conservative  Womeo'b StiaJy Ciuh.*  '" Geo. P������t<teV*^M OTitila year ago  was acctiuntant *at"^wa,j^S.B. office,  who bis siacfe^taiora'at^a&cotsser.  two^ya^tbe* we^r.'. ^ 'p- __  " YYc^r" -     -        1 Z Z -~~ Z'Z- - i p~.  .   Announcement te just, nmco: oixne  feii th of aapn to Mr.andMrs. NoMDan,  Stones. "'  Chas. Traves of Grand Forks, &C.  poultry inspector, was in the village  Sunday and Monday, doing the preliminary work of organizing a poultry  association.  Mi������������s Nina Chalmers has gone' to  Oranbi-ook, where she U taking ���������" tlie  se<-ond yeai work in the high school in  that town.  Supt/and rMrs. Rowbury are away  oti a trip to Fintry, in the Okanagan  Valley, where he is inspecting land  clearing operations carried. on at that  point by the L.S.B. ������  rived tot-ake the position of coot~  *%v-  ook with  the'Cranbrook Sash &, Door Company.  W. Schonnert was a business visitor at Creston on Tuesday.'  Mrs.  6.   A.   Hunt  and  daughter  .Clara, accompanied by Mis^ Schmidt,  Af the public school meeting on  Monday night it was decided to build  an addition to the present scheolbotis-if  The new room is estimated to cost  around ������1500. with about another $600  fOF~fixtifxee.  _ Mrs, Topliss of Winlaw spent the  week-end with her daughters here, returning home on Sunday.  "Miss Florence Bathie left last week  on an extended visit with friends at  Willow Point.  Messrs. T. W. Davies, H. Piggot  and bis two sons spent four days up  Goat, Riyer, last week, fishing and  hunting, and report pretty good all  round sport. -  - E. Swain, who has been on the box  factory staff all summer, and left for  Wr.ttsburg a couple of isontbs ago returned last' week," atfcf is looking up  old acquaintances.  There is a dance under the auspices  of Wynndel Athletic Clubin the Clubhouse on Saturday night, Sept. 2������th.  at&3Gu Gents 60c Indies* are asked  to i bring refreshments. Everybody  welcome.  C Ogilvie left on -Sunday for Yahk.  wiser? he espeeis  to -work ��������� fur some  weeks. ,       -  .Last Saturday saw the opening of  grouse and deep hunting, but ao Jar  the hags of chicken have been very  light., No deer have been taken.  Mias K. Kosindaie,   who  has  been  spent the week-end at Erickson, visiting friend* fn Cranbrook for rthe  where Mr. Hunt has recen% Greeted [past three weefavretorned to her home  a new residence on his ranch property. I here on Tuesday, and reports life very  James ftlcGovero returned to%au- Pyw^KK^;'  brook last week,' after.,speBdinft a%w  "'  **" J*: ** /rk-J4f-  ii&^&l&JfrmgrZMorse, Saahu. ar-  vf  HLJ&M&itArt  ndei  GRAHD THEATRE  Saturday, Sepfenbtr  MARY  PICKFORD  comes to us at last  "POLLYANNA"  ���������    .    ���������      \       '.* '���������* '.���������*..���������:.���������..*   .*������������������   ���������'-:  one of tho great stories for  which tho amu3emcnt-ioving  world has long waited.  ������ * ' P '���������,'''*     i    ��������� ' , ���������  If er gladness is contagious.  See the picture tliat haa made  millions nappy, that keeps the  laughter chasing tears, and  makes the heart sing.  ADULTS   .  CHILDKBN  .50c.  26c.  schoolhouse* osv Sunday, Septs. 3th.-  MesRrR. Spence and Woodman of the  Sash efifDoor Company left fast Week  on a business trip to Golden.  Dr. Henderson of Creston paid  Kitchener a professional visit between  trains on Sunday.  Mr. and Mi's. G. A. Hunt left on  Wednesday for Nelson, where they  are attending  tion.  the  Shriners*  conyen-  H. A. McKowan is  home in Cranbrook. *  a visitor at his  Mrs. Hulbert of Moose Jaw, Sask.,  who has been visiting her parents,  Mr. and Mrs. Fransen, fbr some time,  left on Monday for Nelson.  ��������� Mrs. B. Johnson, who bas been  quite seriously ill for a few days is improving.  LETTERS TO THE EDITOR |  Arrow Creek Irrigation  \ X  FeDITOIt Kkvibw:  Sir,���������In your last issue Mr. Leveque,  in his letter on irrigation,, asks for In*  formation on the present position of  the Arrow Crtfek pioject. Briefly the  position is this:  When the'former canvass of the district was taken the Creston townsite  was not canvassed, it being already  covered by a water charter. It now  appears that owing th that area being  Included within the proposed irrigation area it should -have bcen canvassed also, y  . *',������������������*.  We now -ptopose to make some  ehanges in tha area Included, and to  make a canvass of the entire district.  Submitting the proposed are* ������u������d alao  the result of canvass to a public meeting of tho*c concerned. This will be  done this fall. We alao propose to  Work under the Water Act.;  W. G. LITTLEJOHN.  JAMES ADLARD.  1 Hanob ��������� Foil Salic���������Fa weett range,  good as new, SC5 cash/ Enquire  llevlew Office.  Waitobd���������Young man. age 28, of  good education, requires work* of any  kind.   Box 01, Creston.  ^aars^Co^hrane 2effe on Thn*sday for  ,Wfn3tfpsar, Man., after spending al-  most^year. visiting-Hro. H. A. Ba������^-  btr.     ,   "   '"'  ie. ������  Last Sunday saw the last of the hay -  makers in off tbe slough,  and not for  many years has the bay been put up  with so little trouble and of such excellent quality.  The apple crop is now on the shipping list, and everybody who can either  pick or pack the red beauties are very  busy. Ther crop is a fair one, and  slightly better than last year.  GRAND  FALL FAIR DAY  Wednesday, Oct* 5  Douglas Fairbanks  m  'The  Mollycoddle'  Six .Keels of Joy-���������one laugh  per foot;  Six Thousand  Laughs in all, or one con-  .,   tinuous laugh from beginning to end.  2 -  SHOWS  mm . mafei, t~.^m~w   w w Jmtw  Afternoon at 3 30.  Evening at 7.30.  mmt  PBICES:  Children up to 12 yeara....25o  "      from 12 to 15 50c.  "      fro0i 15 ������p....7i*������c.  ���������ti\Jm-~r\JMmSMr a>Zs m  m  a  ft    matiiaaaaaaai */C*  Advance Ticket Kale  at Postoffice. p-  ��������������� *  u  It  wtlSm mttm i arrnm^tHttitmi  5Jfii5fi3S������u*������*fti^^  1      r ���������). \ -  U>   r a    <- . r,\  *"!*-^J^\  f   -*    ���������**      -       **l '*    '      I.        "   \'~r-"\' )~  "  "\ '���������',-." "P i*-*"*'     ^J  K'r  2ECE     REVIEW,     ORESTON,     B.  1  I  a  e=  Tiie  Homesteaders  ��������� BY���������    ^  ROBERT J. C. STEAD  Published By Special Arrangement 'With the Author.  .'  (Continued)    *  Presently she reached the -water,  and her quick ear caught the sound of  a musk-rat slipping gently into tlie  stream from the reeds-on the opposite" bank; she could see the -widening wake where hc ploughed his swift  way across the pond. Then her own  figure stood up before her, graceful  andv lithe as the willows on the bank.  She surveyed it a minute, then flicked the flower at her fack in the water,  and turned" slowly homewarei. She  was not unhappy, but a dull sense of  loss oppressed, her���������a sense that the  world was very rich and very beautiful, and that she was feasting neither  on its richness nor its beauty. There,  was a stirring of music and poetry in  her soul, but either music nor poetry  found expression. What she felt  was a consciousness that great things  were just beyond the horizon of her  experience, things undefined and un-  defiable which, could she but grasp  them, would deepen life and sweeten  life and give a purpose to all her being. And as she walked up the path  and the fragrant night air filled her  nostrils, something of that wilder life  seemed borne in upon her ,and sent a  fresh spring' to her ankle. And  presently she discovered she was  thinking about Jim Travers.  Her mother sat in the dining-room,  knitting by the light of the hanging  lamp. Her face seemed very ..pale  and lovely in the soft glow.  "Don't -you think you have done  enough?" said the girl, slipping into a  sitting posture; on the floor by her  mother's, knee. - "You work, work,  work, all the time. I suppose they'll  have to let you work in heaven."  "We value our work more as we  grow older," said the mother. . . .  "It helps to keep us from thinking."  "There you go!" exclaimed the girl;  but there was. a tenderness in her  voice. "Worrying again. I wish  they'd stay home for a change."  The mother plied her needles in  silence. "Slip away to bed, Beulah,"  she said at length. "I will wait up  for a while."  Late in thc night the girl heard  heavy footsteps in the kitchen and  bursts of loud but indistinct talking.  CHAPTER VII.  The Call of the Farther West.  Notwithstanding Harris's late hours  the household was early astir the following morning.     At five o'clock Jim  was  at work in  the stables, feeding,  rubbing down,    and    harnessing   his  horses, while Allan  and    his    father  waiked to the engine, where thcy built  a fresh fire and made some minor repairs.      Even at  this  early hour the  sun  shone brightly, its rays mellowing in a sheen of ground-mist that enveloped the prairie, but there is a-tang  in the Manitoba morning air even in  midsummer,     and     the   mm   walked  briskly through thc crisp stubble.     A  little later Beulah <*���������;,.me down to the  corral with  her milk-pail.**;,    and    the  cows,     comfortably    chewing   where  they   rested  on   their  warm  spots  of  earth,  rose   slowly  and  with   evident  great, reluctance at h^r approach.     A  spar of light blue smoke ascended in  a perpendicular column from thc kitchen chimney; motherly hens led thcir  broods forth  to forag**:; pig?, gruntrd  with rising enthusiasm  from near-by  pens, and calves voiced insistent demands    from    their    cjuarlcrs.     The  feMm^Y'  thep!  rrra  w. n. u.  nm  Harris farm, like fifty thousand others,  ar^j"  rose from its brief hush of rest and  quiet to the sounds  and energies of  another day.  Breakfast, like the meal of the night  before, was eaten hurriedly, and at  first without conversation, but at  length Harris paused long enough to  remark, "Riles is talkin' o* goin'  West."       -     .  "The news might be worse," said  Beulah. Riles, although a successful farmer, had thc reputation of being g'rasping and hard to a degree,  even in a ��������� community where such  qualities, --in moderation, were by no  means considered vices.  Harris paid no attention to his  daughters interruption. It was evident, however, that his. mention of  Riles .had a purpose behind it, and  presently he continued: .-������������������������������������������������������;.:':'**Y*  "Riles.has been writinYto the Department of the Interior, and it seetfts  they're openin' a*lot of land for home-  steadin' away West, not far from the  Rocky Mountains. , Seems they ha,vc  a good climate there, and ���������good soil,  too." . ��������� ���������  "I should think Mr. Riles would be  content with what he has," said Mary  Harris. "He has a fine farm here,  and I'm sure, both hihi. and his wife  have worked- hard citoiigh to take it  easier now."  "Hard work never killed nobody,"  pursued the farmer. "Riles is* good  for m^ny a year yet, and free land  ain't what it once was.j Those hoqie-  steads'll Ife worth twenty dollars an  acre by the time they're j>ro*ved up.".".-  "I wish I was sure of it���������t wouldn't  think long," said Allan. "But they  say it's awful dry; all right for ranch-  in', but no "good for farmin'." '���������������������������"*  "Who says that?" demanded his  father. "The ranchers.' They know  which side their bread's buttered on.  As long's they can get grazin' land'  for two cents an acre, or maybe  nothin', of course they don't want the  homesteader. They tell me the Englishmen and Frenchmen that *went  out into that country when us Canadians settled in Manitoba have more  cattle now than they can count���������-they  measure .'em by acres. Riles says."  Breakfast and Harris's speech came  to an end simultaneously, and the subject was dropped for the time. In -&  few minutes Jim had his team hitched to the-tank wagon in the yard.  The men jumpeed aboard, and the  wagon rattled down the road to where  the engine and ploughs sat in the  stubble-field.  "What notion's this father's got.  about Riles, do you suppose, mother?"  asked'Beulah, as thc two women  busied themselves with the morning  work in thc kitchen.  -  "Dear knows," said her mother  wearily. "I hope he doesn't take it  in his head to go out thctfs too."  "Who, Dad? Oh, he wouldn't do-  that. ��������� He's hardly got finished with  the building of this housc, and you  know for years he talked and looked  forward to thc building of the new  house. His heart's quite wrapped up  in the farm here. I wish he'd unwrap  it a bit and let it peck out at times."  "I'm not so sure. I'm beginning  to think it's thc money that's in the  farm your^father's heart is set on. If  the money was to be made sonTcwhcrc  else his heart would so.on shift."  "Mother!" exclaimed thc girl. In  twenty ycars it was the first word  ar)proacliing disloyalty she had heard  from her mother's lips* and she could  hardly trust her ears. It was nothing ior Beulah to criticize her fatlicr;  that was her daily custom, and she  pursued it with thc whole frankness  of her nature. But her mother had  always defended, sometimes jaiildly  chiding, but never admitting either  weakness or injustice on thc part of  John Harris.  "Well, I just can't stand it much  longer," said the mother, the emotions which she had so long held in  check overcoming her. "Here I've  slaved and saved until I'm an���������an old  woman, and what better are wc for  it? We've better things to eat and  morn things to wear and a bigger  housc to keep clean, and your father  tliinks we ouj*ht to be satisfied. But  hc isn't satisfied himself. He's slaving harder than ever, and now he's  got thU notion about going West.  Oh, you'll see it will come ,to that,  Hc knows our life isn't complete, and  hc think-*; more money will con^pletc  it. All the experience of twenty  ycars hasn't taught him any better,"  Beulah stood aghast at this outburst, and when her mother paused  and looked ;*t her, and she saw the  unbidden ���������well*, of water gathering in  thc tender eyes, tlie girl could no longer restrain herself, Willi a cry she  flun-flr her arms about her mother's  neck, and for a few moment* the two  forgot their habitual restraint and  were but naked souls mingling together.  ��������� "Wn a shame," exclaimed Beulah nt  length. "We're not livhi-,.**- ���������u-'Vei  jmi: exi'ifing. When I uv\ among  n*���������"���������������������������.*f������!(* thai  .ire r<;tilv livim*- .Ht'et* the  Grants, ovcr therfc���������you don't know  how mortified and mean I feci. And  itXnot that alone���������it's thc sense of  lo~S, the sense that life is going by  and I'm not making thc best of it.  You koow we arc missing the real  thing; wc are just living on thc husks,  and father is so blind he thinks the  husks ar<jy?-the., grain itself."  "YourYfather is hungry, too," said  the moth er.Y ^"Hungry-���������hungry, and  he thinks^, thljt more . land,. ' more  money,' tri'bre success, will fill him.  And in the meantime he's forgetting  the .things that' would satisfy���������the  Jove .that was* ours*, lhe little devo���������  ,On, child, what am I saying. What  an unfaithful creature I am! You  must forget, Beulah;- you must forget  these- words���������-words   of  shame   they  Chiidi-en ���������~y for Fletcher's  "The, shame is his," declared the  girl,-.defiantly, "'.'and I won't stand this  nonsense about homestcading again  ���������I just won't stand it. If hc says  anything more about it I'll���������I'll fly  off, that's what I'll dp. And I've a  few remarks for him about'Riles that  won't keep much longer. Thc old  badger���������he's -' at the bottom-of all  .this." , .;',..;_ m  "You mustn't quarrel., wi.lh your  father, dearie, you mustn't-^lo that."  "I'm not going to quarrel with him,  but I'm going to say some" things that  need saying.. And if it comes to a  show-down, and he must go���������well, he  must, but you and I will stay with the  old farm, won't wc, mother?"   .  -But the mother's thought now was  for quelling the. storm in the turbulent  heart of her daughter. Bculah's nature was Hot one to lend, itself to passive submission, not yet passive resistance. She was the spul of loyalty,  but with that loyalty she combined a  furious-intolerance of things as they  shouldl not be. She had not -yet  reached' the philosophic age, but she  was old enough to value life, and to  know that what she called the real  things "were escaping her. At night,  as she looked up at the myriad stars  spangling the heavens, thc girl's  heart was filled with an unutterable  yearnijig; a "sense of restriction, of  limitation, of loss���������a sense that somewhere lay a Purpose and a Plan, and  that only by becoming part of that  Plan could life be lived to.thc fullest.  Her mother was of a different nature,  ���������not less brave, but more resigned;  content to fill, without question, the'  niche to -whichxfate assigned her; accepting conditions as a matter of  course. Yet at times she had inklings of thofce deeper questions which  arose in persistent interrogations before her child, and she guessed that "if  Beulah once became convinced that  she saw the Plan, not all her loyalty  could .dissuade her from following it.  So she strove to control the sudden  outburst in her own heart lest thc fire  lighted in Bculah's should''break forth  in conflagration. ���������  ."Thereythere now*,"she said', gently  stroking her daughter's hair. "Let  us forget this, and remember how  much we haye to be thankful for. Wc  have our health, and our home, and  the bright sunshine, and���������I declare,"  she interrupted, catching a glimpse  of something through thc window, "if  the cows haven't broken from* the  lower pasture and arc all through thc  bat-field! You'll have to take-Collie  and get- them back, somehow, or  bring them up to thc corral."  (To bc continued)   ,.  \  Fletcher's Castoria is strictly a remedy for Infants and Children.  Foods are specially prepared for hahieg, A, haby's medicine  is even more essential for. Baby. Remedies primarily prepared  for grown-ups ar$ not interchangeable.,   It .was, the need of  " a remedy for the common ailments of Infants' and Children  that brought Castoria before the public after years of research,  and no claim has been made for it that its use for over 30  years has not proven.  What is  CASTORIA?  Castoria is a harmless substitute for Cantor Oil, Paregoric,  Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains*  neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic .substance.. Its  age is its guarantee, for more than thirty years it has  been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency,  Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising  therefrom,, and by regulating the Stomach and. Bowels, aids  the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep.  The Children's Comfort���������The Mother's Friend.  GENUINE   CASTO R1A  ALWAYS  Bears the Signature of  40--.    ji  In Use For Over 30 Years  ***** - ,*  THE CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY  Thp Savaii S-pjm  Separate  Continent  Surrounds  Each  According to Hindu Mythology.  The "Seven Seas" exist in Hindu  mythology, according to thc * Jur-  anas the earth is circular and* flat, like  the flower of a water lily. Its circumference is 4 billion miles. x In the  centre is Mount Soomeroo. y. On this  mountain' arc three peaks formed of  gold, pearls and precious stones,  where thc deities reside. At its base  are three'mountains, on crrch of which'  grows a tree 8,800 "miles high. Thc  country furthermost from these  mountains is bounded by the salt sea.  Eej'ond this sea there are six others  ���������of sugar cane juice, of spiritous'  liquors,, of clarified butter, or curds,  of milk and nectar. Each sea is surrounded by a separate continent. \  A Dark Voyage.  Salesman.���������Nice weather for traveling.  Station Agent.���������Yes, but I'm afraid  to travel any more, I became engaged once while going through a tunnel.  ASPIRIN  In England, to secure greater safety on thc highways, patrols arc stationed at dangerous ..crossings to  warn motorists, and at bad stretches  of 'road. .  Use  fO*  "Saver" only is Genuine  Sun Wind BuSfrOntos  RECOMMENDED.-** SOLD BV DRUGGISTS t*������'OPTICIAtlS.  WRITE FOR FREE EYE BOOK. MURINE CO, CHlCAO.Q  Warning.! Take no chances with  substitutes for genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin? Unless you see the  name "Bayer" .on .package or on tablets you. are not getting Aspirin at all.  Ih every Bayer package are directions  for Colds, Headache; Neuralgia,-Rheumatism, Earache,' Toothache, Lumbago and for Pain. Handy tin boxes  of twelve tablets * cost few cents.  Druggists also sell larger packages.  Made in Canada. Aspirin is the  trade mark (registered in Canada), of  Bayer Manufacture, of Monoacetic-  acide.ster of Salicylicacid.  ���������/fl  /fi  JU  1  ���������*ffis?'y^  stttm .������!?  . >  TOE     REVIEW,   .CRESTON,     B. * C.  I  ��������� %Y"YY,'i?fYx;q  * \ ' '���������-*"r'y, .j^K- Si  '   .'     '   .."J- j  )^</:Z%  -V  Creeps late The System  Just like a Serpent  Like a-thfcf in ��������� the night, it^steals  through the systein-^fhat'tf How Catarrh acts. Don't trifle 7?ith such a  scourge. Time and experience have  proved ^that Catarrhozone is a wonderful remedy for all Catarrhal and  bronchial troubles. You don't *fcafee-  any drugs, you just-inhale the,sweet  soothing ���������-\ vapor* '* of yrCatarrhozorie  which is Ia_den with balsamic" essences that:-heal,? relieve and -ease; the  sufferer. - To^str&ngthen" the throat,,  to sweeten the" breath, to stop nasty  discharges;"t6* drive out Catarrh, colds  and weakness in the throat, use Catarrhozone. * - Two months treatment  onc dollar, smaller size 50c, all dealers or Ar.it" Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.        "��������� ���������-*, .    .**    ���������  World Happenings  Briefly Told  '-"Tire Soviet Government' lias dcclar-  'cd a state of war-in ������essarabi, in thc  '.Roumanian frontier zone.  I Thc discovery of a vast- revolutionary movement at Constantinople* is  'announced by the British authorities  ' here.  * Irish has been declared thc official  language of the Irish republican parliament, Pierce Bcasley,- a prominent  P^cpublican has declared, r-  '.' Fourteen hundred head of sheep  "were burned to death when lightning  ���������struck a large* stock barn on a farm  near Municc, Ills. Another 1,600  ,wcrc -saved.    ~  A ten-year-old immigrant lad from  Russia who got 100 per cent, grading  in a New York school faces deportation as an imbecile under a U.S. legal  technicality.  A Renter dcsT>atclz. from Geneva  says now that the sittings of the  yarious committees of the League of  Nations have been thrown open to  the public, more attention is being  paid to thc proceedings.  The arrest of 40 extreme Socialists,  mostly Japanese, but some of them  Koreans, is feature'd by the Tokio  newspapers, which allege the arrests  were connected with a serious seditious plot.  A   Constantinople  message  to   the  London Timesysays^ijt is beHeved-vthe  Greeks had 18;000 men put out of ac  don during their recent drive toward  "Angora. *    The Turkish  Nationalists'  lo������s.es .are placed, a.t.l2;0Q0.,    .!...,  Edmonton's first carload of grain  went.1 eastward, one week earlier than  in 1920. It was a car of barley,  shipped by W. Ross Alger and .Company. The grain was purchased from  R. W. Gerurson, North Edmonton,  and appeared "to be of splendid  quality.  -Rcuter's Cape Town correspondent  cables that Dr. Goodouard, professpr  of geology and zoology at S tell en  boch University, South Africa, was  officially nominated to fill the va  cancy on the staff of Sir.. Ernest  Shacklctoti's'YQuest expedition to the  Antarctic, --Sir. Ernest's staff vnum  bers eighteen and includes at least  phc representative from each of the  self-governing dominions. *,  MOTHERS!  WATCH YOUR  TEETHING BIABIES  THOUSANDS   -OF    THEM    DIE  ���������'* EVERY SUMMER  Three Hundred Great Years  Undreamed   of   Advancement   Since  British Empire-Was Founded. -���������  . A period of three hundred-years���������  a* span which is short enough in the  history of any age in which we are  no^.vdir.ecti^^^cp.tM^^eeslTrris ..all .that  {-separates us from the beginning of  She. colonial $ok$y .{t#fon which" the  niighty; ,JBjtitish Empire* was founded,  cbutY-theee three, centuries have seen  new worlds., discovered,,new nations  ./arise 'and Tan advancement, in civilization beyond., the dreams 01 those  who liyede-iat>their;;fbegittningf. The  impressive ceremoies at Annapolis  Royal possess far greater, interest  and significance than wpuld^attach to  a. merely,^ locals.observance, .for they  celebrated^, events'Which have had no  small part' in moulding the history of  this continent, and their effects have  been felt over an even greater part  of the surface of the globe.���������The St.  John Telegraph.  When the baby ' starts to cut jts  * teeth, then is ' the ��������� time*' the poo'r  mo.thcr is under,the-stress of great  anxiety. The child's bowels become  Iodise, and diarrhoea, dysentery, colic*  cra'mps ancl many other bowel corn-  plafnta manifest therrfsclvcs; the gums  bctjonic, swollen, cankers form in the  mouth? and'inl many cases the child  wastes \$o a -shadow, and very often  the termination is fatal,  On the first indication of'any looseness oi the bowels, give a few doses  . of;;  1    DR, FOWLER'S  '*   ,        '������������������"   EXTRACT OF  WILD STRAWBERRY  audi thus, perhaps, save your baby's  life.;      .    ���������    ��������� -**s.  For the past 76 years "Dr, Fowler's/' has been used by mothers for  teething babies so youi do -not experiment with a new and untried remedy  which might be dangerous to your  darling's health. ���������  I?ric������; 50c a'.bottle; put up hy The  T. Milburn CoY Limited," Toronto,  Out.  WIND ON THE STOMACH  QUICKLY RELIEVED  It is a good thing to know just what  to do when gas belching starts. One  sufferer related the following experl:  encc: "A few months-ago I ate some  green vegetables and some fruit that  was nOt quite ripe. It brought on indigestion, hiccoughs, nausea - and  cramps. I belched gas continually.  A neighbor urged me to use "Nerviline." I took it in hot sweetened  water, and got quick relief. I will  never again be without this valuable  remedy." Nerviline is a household-  necessary, large 35c bottle sold everywhere.  > To Produce Dyes  A joint stock company will be  formed in "Winnipeg la the neax future with a capitalization of $2,000,-  000 and a plant valued at more than  $250,000* will be erected in. St. Boniface, for the production of dyes, acr  cording to T. H. Brooks, inventor of  a new method of extracting aniline  dyes from coal tar.   V "      ���������       "."'  ' ���������������������������^'������������������^1  PHTtPiiDA UiKl-  BurningOn Hands, Cquld Nat Pert  Them fa Water." Lost Sleep,  "My hands were very sore and I  -could not put them in water to wash  'l tnfish;   .-There Twere some  pimples on my hands, and  thei itching  and   burning  $ ^^-ff.werb so intense that I  ^C "Try5''scratched   and   irritated  As^t-/1   theaaY and  I   could   not  ' V&T'Weep ���������* night.  tt* .lThe   traBJajB     Jagj^j     tvf6  weeks before I tried Cuticura. When  I had used two cakes of Cuticura  Soap and one box of Cuticura Ointment for about two weeks I was  healed.!' (Signed) Reginald Daigle,  R. P. D. 2, Fort Kent, Maine.  . Use Cuticura for every-day toilet  purposes. Bathe with Soap, soothe  with Ointment, dust with Talcum.  Saa������25c Oiataeat25aad50e. Talcam^Sc Sold  throughout theDonilnJon. CanadianDepor:  *"    ������u.IinUe4,344St.PaalSuW..H������DtrtiL  "Caticara S������������p share* without mac.  Postal Rates Advance  Will Bs Four Cents to Other Parts of  Empire.  An advance of brie cent per ounce  is announced' in the- letter postage  rate between Canada and other parts  of the Empire.- The former "rate  was two cents per ounce with an added one cent as war tax. The new  rate will be three cents an ounce, with  one cent war tax additional.  The postage rate to foreign countries has been increased - from five  cents for the first ounce and three  cents for each succeeding ounce to710  cents for the first ounce' and five  cents for each additional ounce or  fraction thereof.'  Really   Reliable   Asthma   Remedy.  All sufferers from chronic Asthma  should try Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma  Remedy, no matter'how many others  have failed to-give relief. It is a  qommon thing.,for -Dr., J. D. Kellogg's  /Xo succeed where others fail, as is  testified "by many thousands who have  found this out for. themselves. Why  continue to endure days and nights  of unspeakable agony- when a .remedy  of * such High standing has not yet  been tried?  Started Forest Fire  Robert Louis Stevenson Would Have  Been Lynched If Caught.  In connection with American forest fires it may be recalled that one  of England's most distinguished men  of letters once was^ "guilty of having  fired a forest in California, and had  he been identified with th'e accident  -���������������������������-which the inhabitants of the local  ity- would have construed instantly  as-a* crime���������he would ..have suffered  the capital penalty under lynch law.  Robert Louis Stevenson, in his  "Ol'd Pacific; Capital," admits the  folly-.that induced him to satisfy his  curiosity* as to the inflammable nature of the moss that, ornaments the  pine trees' in the woods above Mon-  tcry by applying a match to the  trunk of the tree, instead of detaching, a portion of the moss and ex-  pcrimenting'in' safety.  As it jvas, the tree went off like a  rocket. "In three seconds it was a  roaring pillar of fire. ' Men were at  work near by, combating another  break, and had ��������� any- onc observed  Stevenson's" experiment his neck  would not Have been "worth a pinch  of snuff.���������';������������������ At-night he was able to  discern ' his "own particular fire"  quite distinct from , the other, and  burning "with even' greater vigor."  A pleasant medicine for children is  Mother Graves' Worm Efcterfrrilnator,  and Jt is excellent for driving worms  from the system.  ���������-    I       .   -*  '���������    "���������  I      1.111...J1..    im  Norwegian scientists, claim Greenland is movinjf slowly westward at  the rate of about 10 yards a year. ,  POPULAR TONIC  One  That Enriches  the  Blood and  Strengthens the Nerves.  Proper food, fresh air and a good  tonic will keep most people in good-  health. Hurried meals, inddor . confinement in -badly ventilated rooms  and lack of exercise causes anaemia.  In this condition Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills are a popular tonic. They contain no -habit forming drugs, and always have a beneficial effect through  enriching the blood .and strengthening the nerves. *��������� For growing girls,  Who become thin and pale, for.pale,  tired women and for old people who  fail in strength, Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills are an ideal tonic.^ Their benefit dn anaemic conditions is shown by  the case . of Miss Lucy A. Steeves,  Hillsboro, N.S., who Says: "Last  spring I was in very poor health, and  completely run down. I had severe  headaches, the least exertion would  cause my heart to palpitate violently,  my appetite was poor, and at times I  had fainting spells. This went on for  some months, and although I was  taking medicine, I seemea to he  growing weaker, and the least exertion would leave mc worn out. Then  on thc advice of a friend, I changed  the treatment to Dr. Williams' Pink  ;Pills, and I have great'cause to be  thankful that I did so, as they have  mftde a wonderful improvement in  my condition. I can now work without fatigue, go upstairs without be-  * coming breathless, and have gained  in weight. I think these pills are an  ideal medicine in cases like mine."  Vou can get Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills from any medicine dealer or by  mail at SO cents a' box t>r six boxes  for 2.50 from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  *t 11. ��������� .   _j  Paper Yarn.  Paper yarn is being manufactured  in Spain.     The material for the yarn  "being derived from- Eucalptus wood.  The yarn is strong and adapted to the  'manufacture of sacking cloth and imitation burlap.  At heights above 23,000 feet above  sen, level, mountaineers ity that deep  would be difficult, lf not Impossible.  Every dollar spent in your home  town Jl * boost for tho community.  "���������   ''11 "I   *... 0     nl*  m  Asfc for IVHriard'fi and take no othftff  Thc total amount of money spent  on sports in the British ��������� Isles each  year is so large that if it were converted into gold, it ^ would require a  train a mile long to transport it.  Z .���������:.. -~000m-~0 . .,'.  ���������Z So Naturally.  , "Waiter, this coffee is nothing but  mud,"    "Yes, sir; It wa9 ground this  morning." *  'Corn* cause much suffering, but  Holloways Corn Remover offers a  speedy, sure and satisfactory relief.  ri mm- ��������� ' i.   Far From tho End.  y'-'Whafi that grata widow** last  namaT*  ly'Nohody fcnpws. She hunH eoms  to Jt yefc''���������-Philadelphia Bulletin,  Minardi     Uiumettt     Lumberman^  Friend  ~9  Frock For The  Dark-Eyed Girl  -' By Marie Belmont.^  This lovely frock is made of a fine  qualify of burnjf orange voile. The  bodice is designed with a������widespread  fichu which is prettily draped about  the shouldcr%������. This is edged wath  ecru lace. The small puffed sleeves  arc trimmed in lik* tn^Tisisr. The  skirt shows a continuation of the  fichu effect, for it is designed with an  irregular overskirt. This . is caught  up at the side with a spray of black-  eyed susans. - The, underskirt is also  adorned with -the ecru lace. . A, belt  of dark: "brown velvet ribbon defines  the waistline and clustered at one side  of the frock is another spray of the  black-centred flowers. "  */���������  'YEAST  MAKE PERF1  BREAD  perfect!  r- j.-  St or many years  physicians have pre-  ���������scribed yeast for the  ecorrectlon of certain  physical   disarrangements, such as boils*  constipation*  pimples  and intestinal troubles*  Royal Yeast Cakes  are rich in vitamines  and serve to tone up  the blood.    Royal  .Yeast -Cakes are on  sale in practically every  grocery store.   Send  nam������ and address for  free   copy   *'Royal  Yeast  Cakes  for  Better Health."'  E. W. GiLUfeTT COMPANY LIMITED  TORONTO. CANADA.  ���������   wjmmiwo uotrtnsM.  MADE IN CANADA.  Distinction For Canada  To Canada belongs the honor ;of  being ~the first to generate water  powers for high-tension transmission  ia the British Empire, a^ small power  of 1200 h.p. having been developed oa *  the Batiscan River and transmitted at.  1100 volts to Three Rivers, Quebec'  Yon  digestive disordes*^  discomfort after eating, constipation, side  headache, biliousness^  The Milk Maid.  A young man went on one occasion  to call at. a country farm house to  make inquiries after his sweetheart,  who had charge of the dairy. Her  master* opened the door,' and her lover aske^d him timidly.  ' "How* is the milkmaid?" '  But the farmer angrily replied, as  he slammed the door'on the stranger's face: "Our milk isn't made; it's  g*ot.from the cow."  For Scalds and - Burns.-1���������Dr.  Thomas' Eclectrie Oil is a standard  remedy for the prompt treatment of  scalds and burns. Its healing power quickly soothes the pain and aids  a speedy recovery from the injury. It  is also an excellent remedy for all manner of cuts, bruises and sprains, as  well as for relieving the- pains arising  from inflammation of various kinds.  A bottle In the house and stable saves  many a doctor's and veterinary'a fee.  France is planning- an air force  consisting of 140 battle squadrons  and 80 observation squadrons.  MS  Suffer  a course oi the famous Beecham's  Fills. Prompt relief often follows  the first dose. People everywhere  are proving the value of  BEECHAM'S  "fec������������d������   B~\~-m-~-t%-p2Sc.,-Qc.  Largest Sal* of any Medfclno in the W-tit. ".  MONEY ORDERS  When oi-derinff goods by -mail, send a Dominion Express Money Order.  ^~-m^.  BOOK  ON  f JUL.-   ik|  DOO   DISEASES  1 JmOnttt  ���������  and How to* Feed  I AuKilbjjb  Mailed    Free   to    any  flMHV&*v  Address  by  the  W iIIHk /���������  Author  1VVKF  II.   CLAY  GLOVER  ~y?  CO..   INC.,  America'! Pioneer  118    Weit    31st-street,  Doe Remedies  vNew York. U.S.A.  Cook's Coital Roof Compotma,  JL aa/-. rtUaVU requ!aHn������  mtdictns.  Sold Us threa da*  -���������a* of ���������tranEtfa���������No. 1. Sl|  _   m mm. ...    8, $5 per box.  _.o. 9, S3; No. _. ^   Bold by all -dniccUU, er lent  brapald on recalpt of prlea.-  Frea    pamphlet.      Addr***e 1  THBt COOK MEDIC8NB CO4  ICBOaTCOIT. 'fraud Water.)  W~00aa*.  Btm     W      m\~9      B  ^  z-)z)  \CU-Wr<i  TOMATO  gOUPA  (y::f*Kifchen\af'your  ;>Y*)YServite a^ain'this    . *  ' .���������   .,-/.' ������������������  ���������      .-������������������-     ...  ���������    \A   '������������������-���������'-?.-.     tr-r         :���������������������������-������������������?:-���������';??  ���������[������������������y\&j  '*>&8\  \5-vmv  .It   H1   Tit - 1583  CLARK'S Tomato Soup  is such a treat - -  Fine ripo tomatoes fresh from tho fields glvo It  their delicious flavour, and all yon have to do fe  to hes^t and servo.  CLARK SOUPS sure made in 18 different sort*,  and include chlclcon,  like att "ClarlcQood Things'' the price is moderate  Madejfrom Canadian Farm Product  and sold everywhere In Canada* f^M^rS^SSSxSSr?iSSSS^S^���������e^^^^^^^^^^SS^S^^^^^SfSS  3J3������2g^gE3HSSSE������;^S3^2^5SS355i^4SK^5<<i  mmttttsamtmiaa  ������������������.Y"**.'-* 1 -.ir*. r-f.'.r  rtrtimtmmmapa  ;.   04S-.rp^,4.t     %-r\...   ..  x't *  . 'i      " "���������    '    i -  ' .**-  .'r.Z���������rr.,^ r.  . nr-m.-e.     ->j ,"V">     r     ���������ji  4 a i*- ~ ��������� ~v**** *y * ****'   -.^ % A1*  *j ,���������?������������������-���������*������-?>. ������:.*."���������.������������������:������  , -   ���������tr-1 .1  m'-rJ-jr  K-:-1'--  K'A  By  m%  mz-  /  ,  XHB XUURSTOB  JUSTOBW -  *  THE CRESTON REVIEW  Issued every Friday at Creston. B.C.  Subscription: 82.60 a year in advance.  $3,00 to U.S. -points.  C F. Bates, Editor atid Qwb<MV,  CRESTON, T8.C., FRIDAY, SEPT. 23  A Woman Candidate  in West Kootenay  Oomosiio sP&ok  Ultra fashionable weddings cap  now he solemnized at Kaafo, correct  in every detail. A centre aisle has  just been placed in the Methodise  church of that town.  You certainly have to j?o away  from home to get the news���������political and otherwise. In its last issue  the Cranbrook Courier, most widely read weekly in East Kootenay,  carries the following interesting  despatch from Nelson on the forthcoming federal contest in West  -Kootenay.    Says the Courier:  Nelson, B.C., September 7.���������A  woman candidate on an indepen  dent ticket, is likely to be a feature  of the federal election contest of  West Kootenay according to reports current today.  : The prospective aspirant for parliamentary honors is Mrs. W. Garland Foster, the city's first lady ex -  alderman, an ex president of tbe local G.W.V.A.,  and an outstanding  figure in Women's  Institute  and  Public Health work   in   this province.    Mrs. Foster is the widow of  the late Captain W. Garland Foster, who was killed  overseas while  in  command of a company of the'  well-known 54th Kootenay Battal ���������  ion, and prior  to joining tbe colors  was for years editor of tbe  Nelson  Daiiy^ News.     Mrs. Foster has also  3 years overseas work to ber credit,  having beld several important hospital   posts  until  a breakdown in  health   necessitated her return   to  Canada early in 1918.     Mrs. Foster has done a lot of public speaking,  and at piatform wOi-k   wopiu   be  quite the equal  of any candidate  either of   the   old^ partiesy might  bring out, while her^Gk W-M. Ai ac-  ..." P. -     ���������.**���������������������������   .,*-.*'^**������      :T**5     -aP3pr^-'  tavities have brought .mt<n close personal touch with several of the locals   scattered   throughout   West  Tbe mechanical staff of theCran-  brook Herald assuredly has Crest-  ton - on tbe brain, as it were. A  couple of weeks ago the printer had  a local grocer offering Creston  peaches, wheras said merchant had  his advt. copy written "Freestone  peaches."  the "melts" iii "the hogs that he  butchers at the fall pig ��������� kilning.  Witb exact information available  on these other two "unfailing,,  signs Editor Sullivan will definitely  advise as to how much -ahead, of  time and how rigorous the approaching winter is like to be..  A mountain Roat found him sleeping  one morning a n*d'xafftaf* walking over  him made his getaway to the,Mils before sombelent one fully woke to what  was going on. - . -  N. A. -Wallinger, g���������������vernnient agent  at Cranbrook, hits been notified of his  pending transfer to a similar position  at Prince George.- He has been a i-esi-  dent of Cranbrook for at least 38 yeai6.  More About Irrigation  Certainly tbe good  don't all die  young.    Baptist pastor Tapscott of  Cranbrook' has just completed fifty  years in tbe ministry.    Or perhaps  it is just a case cf the Creator moving in a  mysterious way his won  ders to perform.    From all accounts  the salvation, of Cranbrook is cer  tainly  no Job   for 'prentice   band  theologians,"  Creston Valley pears "touch tbe  spot" alright. Here's what C.P.R.  President Beatty bas to say of  them:  Nelson, Sept. 15, 1921  James Adlard,  Creston.  We have tried fruit which you  were good enough to put on train  and desire to express our thanks,  as well as-our appreciation of their  excellent flavor. Best of luck to  you. E. W* BEATTY.  Wrxrx-   uuuvouajr ���������  .���������Tira.ii-: * ������i��������� ������ii__i_ *_  *v tttic itmtxtsy  t te.es y   uu  appear as even soldier-independent  Mrs. Foster's untiring efforts in tbe  past to promote the best interests  of returned .men, particularly ~~f  the Kootenay representative at the  Dominion G.W.V.A. convention at  Montreal last year���������-at which she  had the distinction of being the  only woman delegate���������would be  sure to attract her a large following from amongst the. returned  men. and provide her with the  nucleus of an organization that  would go a long way in bringing  victory in the impending cam*  paign. Mra. Foster ia a graduate  of New Brunswick University, and  has a remarkably keen grasp   of  Dominion puhlic affaira  Rossland fire fighters are kicking  because they are fed on bread and  beans for dinner, and are only allowed one egg for breakfast. Perhaps that's all they are %?csrth. In.  the Cranbrook district, where the  forestry department is highly organized, t'ie fire fighters get jam on  both sides of "their bread.���������Cranbrook Courier.   And assuredly For-  Editor&byiew:  . SlB,-*--! see you have another  correspondent. A * real truthful  gentleman, who says his figures are  reliable, and quotes 32 gallons as  being a little'over half ;ar barrel.  He also states * that Haskins is approximately, three miles.  Webster's unabridged dictionary-  states that 32 gallons is a barrel of  wine, and 36 gallons a barrel of  beer. And tne truthful Bchoolboy  says that it is jnsjb two miles from  Haskins' to Creston.  I gave a little comparison of the  amount of water a " $1400 plant  would pump, and he tries to make  capital out of it; trying to mislead  the people that I would irrigate  2400 acres of land witb this outfit-.  If 1 had been compelled to accept  the Arrow Creek irrigation system  there would have been a mortgage  of $3000 placed on my ranch or, in  other words, enough money expend  ed which would purchase tbis $1400  plant and stiii give me $1600 to f  purchase pipe, and with a tax of  about $300 a year���������easily enough  to run this 10 h.p. distillate engine.  This would give  me 36,000 gallons of water for my own use, or enough to give me many -more times  than I would  require:   enough toll  spare to * allow  a dozen neighbors J j  _11   ������.!_- x .C 'A-~~-~  *xu iiiiu w*i������i������������i- nieey   vtauv^  Safe aitd Convenient  When Remitting Money  The*������ ls.SM^*a^t iiftcafiHitj* in business aad geison&T  affslss fear ssssiitlasr sassa-ay hy mall*  The ssf-ssi and  jeasSteBt mediums for this purpose. are Bank Drafts  -&nd 'Bfltaftflgr ������wtera.  Yon can se-rar-e them el say branch of ihe Imperial  '    Bank ��������� -~~ti$-B'tor tlie larger amounts, and Bank  m~IS~~~*mf <������S���������*3SS   miP   t������   Sf if  ScBSTS. * *i������  IMPERIAL  BANK  GRESTQN BRANCH,  C..W. ALLAN, - T -      .*'-.* Manager.  I.-4  Green Forests are an investment which gives  big returns.  The shareholders include, directly orindirectly,  every citizen in the Province.  Dividends are  shared- directly by ������very   individual who resides in British Columbia.  Each tree is worthy of preservation, and means  employment to someone, n sooner or later.  fsJr*  ~*.   ���������.  -*���������*���������   **. ,  -"vs.  fl������m>1^A't>   t-������iTvo*f*T*hr������fj������i  Kts������ VtA������������n    fVkim*d      hii*r  Xlm.XA.0rXA. UUWMt/a^UnV      *j.C5h3       m2x3%225. i.\.iX~-\t,_ UUU  dmber   provides,  substitutes   for   many  articles.       ..'.-"  The cost of the Arrow Creek irrigation  scheme"would amouut to  ester_Mooreimes, to it tha^nonebutU55 tiines th ; ^ ;ff ^hia f ^tje  Creston Valley, fruit is used m tbe pJant   wW4 ^ul^} purop   8MOo  jam product.  Postmaster Sane of Kaslo is in a  fair way to have his name handed  down tb posterity in more lasting  fashion than that usually attained  by gentlemen who have cheap ci  gars, entire horses, or real estate4  sub divisions named after them.  The Kootenaian tells us that "a  new apple; the Kane, will be on the  market shortly as the B.C. fruit  growers are to sell   the trees next  r*M % ��������� *���������> tm,  year, xne appie is namea arter  D. P. Kane, the original grower.  It is a winter apple, although earlier than some."  which  gallons a day. ; If you   multiply  86,400 by 155 yo'a  have 13,392,000  S������-a~A*\9mmn f>^7������  AtS,  XMO. J tt  mm.\*-xm^~\~  i vviuuii  The Lumber trade is called  the barometer of  British Columbian-prosperity.  *    *f    ~_  Keep the mark  set high;  destruction of the  Forest spells loss for everybody..  Prevent  BREAD  The fliieKt product nf thfc oven; in  wither White, Brown, or the  popiilm* currant loaf.  CAKES  Oookiefii,   Donghiintti,   Swi������H   Koll.  Wediling and Birthday Cukes  made to order.  A full line of Chocotates and  Candies carried in stock.  Fresh Fruits in season  Onr  good*   have   ulwnjn   pleatwri  othm������;   we feel rmt-tryon w't).  find them H-ttiwfiictory,  ^mf^^ ^^_ ^HII^ tfMM      gk   tm ^atm^m MMk WN^. ^g 4*a  ^^^S \^^m   Q^B     H        ^^Xfl B   fit R^^9 ^^^Bf H^H^^  ���������WXmm m~9mStm^4ma  mm    4mm. aa     ���������   ^tmmvm   \���������\m ^*m^4m ^t-we^aamar  l������ofltofflice Blk. OBBSTON  Notwithstanding the   fact   that  H, S. McCreath  is operating two  motor trucks  it must not be   as-  sumed that .the incident furnishes  unimpeachable evidence   that   the  age of  hoi ses is about at an end.  The   Noble  Foundation,   Limited,  operating more than 30,000 acresof  land near Nobleford, Alberta, Can  ada, reports that iu double disking  and  harrowing;   when   conditions  were    particularly    favorable   for  traotor use, they  found  it cost 42  centf. per aore to do* the work with  horses, and 70 cents per acre with  gas tractor,  and  that had depreciation been figured in tbe di {Terence  would have been much more in favor of horses.  While  motoring   to   Cranbrook  from Wycliffe a few days agoChes--  ter Staples reports   seeing half a  dozen coyotes playing on a hillside,  and although he  honked  his Ford  for almost five minutes the animals  paid  no attention   to him.   Cranbrook oldtimers interpret this as nn  failing sign of an early winter.    In  ! this view, however, the Courier will  I not  Gonehr  until   Petor Woods of  ! Cherry Cr*������k  is heard   from as to  the luxuriance of the mow berry  and juniper   crops,   and   Norman  million gallons and more over the  10,000,000 minimum be speaks of.  - Thoboiigures deAl, with an elevation of 350 feet, when as a matter  of fact a very large per centage of.  this water would only be pumped  200 feet, high, thus increasing the  capacity to about" one-third or another low million.- gallon in this  case.      .  I have not ma'de allowance for  .pipe, as I am now late in getting  this letter to the press. $5000,  however, just to give you a faint  idea. w|ll buy enough 8-inch pipe to  cover ai mile.  To #������ into this matter in full detail from a hydro mechanical standpoint would take me>,a longer time  than 1 have at iiay disposal. .." In  the meantime it w|ll do no harm to  bring in this little plant and try it  out, ae it oan be set in operation in  in a couple of weeks, and to make  fit tof domestic , purposes it  could be made gorip proof by tbe  use of chlorine and alum.  T. M. EDMONDSON.  8l*rdimm-i*   ....  ... ._   ... .irrp '-^. .  '* ,- ' I-'  The Hughes-Proctor ttehlng party,  which Btai-ted on a'.orul'se along the  lake a couple of .weeks ago, has been  heard (if, Lioten t������> thts from the  Kootoniiiun,;Kan1o'B weekly papen  R. 0, Proctor, H. U. Hughn������, Noble  Gammon and .Took, McDermid, four  sportH from Granhrodk.spent a few  days up Fry Creek cha King tho mountain fellnwH from their lair. Fairmic-  chbb wiih met with but to nee a, Scotchman walking down Front street Monday ono would naturally conclude that  he had lM>en wli-eping on il log rather  than tlie tuMidi* at the month of the  creek. Mr. HughcM is un early riser  and on line of hi* early morning solitary pflcanibiilatlons web a full Hly.e fo-  malt* bdftr, 'Nongh oedl only that  friend Hughex dI������continned thooe  early morning wnlkn.      Th������* long ������M������n  W  Commencing this weeJ^ we have  placed on sale for quick clearance  281 Pairs of Women's, Boys  Girls9 and Children's  WHITE CANVAS RUBBER-  SOLED SHOES  * : ��������������������������� ��������� ' " v ���������.-'������������������' Y        y.     "'',.; ���������' ' .':*���������' "���������  in Guttapercha or Maltese Cross  Brands, at a reduction of   y  10 PER CENT. BELOW  M  McClure Hues thf cxaot thickness of! uu-uiiM-i' of the party al way b slept late.  WE LIST A FEW PRICES:  Women's, high outtt2f to 7.........   .:       $1.95  Women's Tango, low    . 1.65  Misses, high cut, 11 to 2 .*.. 1.75  Youths' White, 10 to 13.......         1.30  Children's ;........ ;,...;.,*....���������.  1.15  Youths', Black           ,  1.15  Girls', White ���������' ,,z :. 1.30  Children's low cut, 9t 9J, 10 .....j......  95  Boys', White, 1 to 5... ;. ;..... ,  1.75  The above are all No. 1 goods.  * ���������      0f    '���������    l  a"  Creston Mercantile Company  LIMITED  ,<l  N.-  ���������!  KBsfiaffiaaaassffifc*?!^  'a^tf**?*. 1 C****"* r*m  ',-"- -.'rr-r'-r;---wwstwtsm  J  mmmmm  tmatm  m ;-^-7 li  lY-Yy*;*  "���������v.1  ���������-./ $?:ipi*zr-/^p^iz^zz:'*yp ; a f>v":.:;:;;/;'>ry <: f . ���������--" ^ -z  t*r-'y?-.Pi.r>  'i-A~Pxr SHi^-iA^ ^^^^^^^^^^S^^f'H ���������" -'   '  "    '"  "   -     .*-/---*"v;YYy-..Y  ������.-.' .-**���������  '<���������;;<**������������������**  ���������ms  Is there any  Meat lii J: the  Hotfise?  This is the first ques-  tion that presents itself  to the housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in for & -meal.: But why  v*t-****.������ jr # ,   ^ t    - ' ~t  Shamrock Brand  -Hams and Bacon  Finest Quality  i  Mm%me~. M&sit  -bologna, &e_  are always to ~be had.  here.* In meats nothing  quite equals 'Shamrock*  products.  P. BURNS  & SS., Lf*.  11,11 mn fn ���������   ir  . WAN-iSJip���������One horse wagons ,\ Enquire Heyiew^Ofllce. -. , if   '.. -:  Firpa For Sai-E���������Collies, six weeks*  bid, well bred.   J. W.Vanese Creston.  r  Men's Half Soles, $1.25  Women'sHa!fSo!es,$1.00  Guaranteed for 6 months.  Alex. Mirabelli  Shoemaker   - -   CKESTON  hisses mm mm~n -  Ford Touring; Gar  $800 Ub.  Orssfoo  As up to date as any car.  No better -Lighting and ,  Starting System made,  Call and see the latest.  Cresfoo ^oto& Supply  ft. $. BEVAH, Prop.  LAND F������������ SALE  Sub-lot 54 of Lot 4583, containing  169 acres, approximately 120 acre's  good land, considerable timber, small  stream on property, situated about a  mile from the Alice Siding school.  Price $4000. Terms. Por further particulars apply to the owner, G. A. ML  YOUNG, Creston. B.O.  I  news pftmimn  ���������**  Grand Forks estimates its ISasi prune  crop at SS earlcinds, ,      '   "'  .. Kaslo supplies three of the lady  teachers on thejpubiic srhool staff at  Nelson.  x     0    r r "* ^  The mushroom crop at Fernie is befog haryeste<f; and quite an excellent  onethigVcar.  Bull River had a fire in its Chinese  section one day latft week that did flS*,*  000 of damage.  Four teachers are ample to handle  the scholars attending K#s!o public  school this year.  The Vernon News states that the  Okanagan apple, crop this year will not  be far short of 4000 carloads.  s .   -. <T  For Sai^k���������80 sacks of pastry flourk  ������450 per 88*1??. .sack, for quick sale.  Bert Norris, Creston Bakery.  CockbrezjS FOB Saus���������White Leg  horns. Fisher strain, from $1 up. K.  Kleist, Griffin ranch, Creston.  The Wallace brickyard at Cranbrook  hasresntneti operations after being  shut down for-a number of years.  Penticton'users complain that gas*  oline is 45 centsja gallon in their home  town* but is down to 40c. at Vernon.  %?p  -taw  6S*  AgriotiJfipl lante For Sail  The subdivided lands situate in the  vicinity of Creston, B.C., the property of the  Land Settlement Board, being part of Lot 812,  Kootenay District, are now offered for sale.  11 ' r v.  Prices,   Terms,   Begolations    governing  sale, and all other information may be obtained on application to the Supervisor, Land  Settlement Board, Camp Lister, B.C., or to  LAND SETTLEMENT BOARD  Parliament Buildings,  Yictoria, B.C.  R. D. DAVIES,  "Tlirw***'"-***''    T ������*������*������/rT SaHJ.  ^>.SUj������v.j    mmxmmxxjx   vt-JXAvJtlx  *\mfX0*t*li/0%j0MM*Qttt>  vtj.00.0. 0.0m  A-T*JC~S.*X,  SECURITY  " . m- -t  A Sayings Bank Account not  ms.  in tbe future  - ->' ������To saye is tasnccc^TS; ������  gist-tit Si   & -    ISK^M *������#.a        ?^���������V'  THE CANADIAN BANK  $154001000  $?5.000,T)0-J       -t-r^~f!^.% MM.- M*~TJ W% ~f*1.~\'-^  T  X-AxJIVUVlELFmSm&s  PAID-UP CAPITAL  RESERVE FUND  CRESTON BRANCH, C G. Bennett, Manager.  u*  Transfer, Livery and Feed Stables  Sleighs and Cutters. Team Sleighs -  Single and Double Harness and Supplies  Several Sets  of 'Second-Haftd Harness  Coal and Wood For Sale.  H. S. McCREATH  ��������� Sirdar Ave,  4-j  Cromion  APPLE  BQXES  17 Cents  ~  m--mw~ma4m~mm~-mmmwamaam-������maam44mama4iaammmm^  -mmgg~~~mm4mW~-~-wgggm~-mg~-wm  Why  don't, you place your order for Apple Boxes  NOW, ana have   them   made up and  ready for use when the rush comes.  You can buy them ior SEVENTEEN CENTS each  delivered at ymtr packing house.    Pay  for them November 1st, 1021.  ' mt  B03CES MADtf OF ALL PINE with full Width sides,  No Cootonwood or Veneer sides used.  sr.yor. fifty Lumber Company  mm  ILlMHYCCft  W"���������f ���������    W    W^ W~m mi y.A.  maiaawiiiaiiimmHaiimaiimHmiiaaaaaa  asts .about the oldest citi.  sen in the K'ooten&ys* in John Greene*  who celebrated hie 85th birthday .at*  Mrs. San ton V>f Cranbrook has some  White Wyandotte pulh'ts hatched on  April 9tb that started laying eg($s on  Sept. 6th.  -      ," ������������������"������-.'  A. C.   Lawson. a Grand Forks or������  chardist. clainis to hare gathered 372  t-.������2es i;? S;:cb^KS appiirS Uxor. 2A trees  this Reason:  - r!r.-  Kaslo's two-|-obiu hi|fh school bas 4JS  pupils already, and a few more are ex  pected.   Half a dozen of these are out*  of town scholars.  Beyelstoke'g gain in public school,  attendance is only 12 as compared  with September, J920. At Rossland  th������ inci-e.-ts'e was Sve.  ���������   j.      **    *  One of the fruit * selling agencies at  Penticton is trying out the Glasgow.  Scotland, market with a couple of car*  loads of WealthyappletS. *  -    \-*     ,*-.- Y    >.*'-"Jvv  ," Oranbrtmk, cnrlers will pay $350 lent  for th������ portion of thc city-owned rink  that will ibe used by the devotees of the  i-oarin*game this winter.'  Fin* operating a motor car without  a muffler, thereby disttu-bingthe peace  of the city. ft. McRoery ivas fined $10  and costs at Cranbrook last week.  Fernie-Fort Steele Brewing Co. be*  lieve8 in the judicious control of the  output of the malt, product, and has  just purchased tbe brewery at Michel*  After at least 20 yeui-sin tne restaurant 'business, at Grand F������ukp John  We**t h������s Ht!s������st'*?owed Ui th? inevitable and sold ont to a couple of Chinamen, f  . English Chureh clergy are again  numerous' enough to re organize the  rural deanery of East !������ontf nay. which  has been defunct for almost the last  eix years.  Mrs. Watson ofFetnie was ho badly  poisoned by the sting of a wasp .one  day last week that despite tbe best  of medical attendance it was -$8 hours  .before she fully recovered.    ,   .  The Cranbrook Herald has again  changed cm net ship. F. A. Williams',  who has heen managing the Herald for  the Elleton's of Kostiland for the past  year and a half, has purchased the butt*  iness outright.  Kasln's tombstone soldiers' mepuuv  iaf will ho erected on i\ plot 17 feet  square at the end of Fifth ntreet, overlooking the lake. It will lie fenced in  and an. electric light put In at two ol  tho fence corners.  The new plant for the Sash Jte Door  Company nt Cranbrook will be housed  in a building 00 x 110 feet. ,two storys.  The Arm will most likely ntiliee the  men in their employ at Kitchener in  tho erection of the ������true tine this full.  When the hand cay they were travelling on hit a rock lying on the track  iwo Chinese section men nt Kaslo were  hurled off "the air and had each un arm  broken, while the white foreman suffered a hiokeh shoulder and collar  ebone. ���������  Z '*���������'������������������_ "4 ..'-���������  In tlie pamphlet thie ftevetstoke  Pithlicity Aflffocintlon In Iftsnlng with n  Ttew to atitructinfirtpurl^,trade, the  fact Is not overlooked to mention that  the town bus ������ government liquor  store "to provide for the ready pm*-  chHseof Htimuluntn by those who in-  ijuire thcm.f.  Ci-anbiouk soldiers' memorial, wilt  also be a tombstone. The G: W.V.A.  will look after its erection forthwith.  Citizens have paid in $1200 for the purpose and the city council will put up  as much as $000 more if need be to  complete tbe project.  . Trail NewssOne who -was listening to  the fine concert given last Wednesdav-  evening by .the Italian band comment-,  ed on the fact that while the band.  ������i-*o'l during tbe p!;iy;ng nl "God Save  the King" not a hat was raised In the  audience, and none of those who were  seated bothered rising to their feet.  Ulk*l���������tt 0*x-0 ~-r���������x~~-  ILiV  IV.-fc*   !r.  1--JT-*      iagsi  iikiii Sii uiiiisnai, sfiu irons  Tutorculin-testrt 6bws  CREAM FOB SALE ^  :--��������� dtmtimes   '"  7 Quarts qr 14 Pints for $1.00.  TCunosfl to  ttNn  EMtos xst' Snrt.-elskM*i  na aerai socond-cd&ss is  MOUNTAIN VIEW RANCH  VVALTER V. JACKSON  MINERAL ACT  FORMP  Certificatefof Improvements  NOTICE  Kirby Fr.,   Kirby Fr. No. 1.   Kirby.  Kirby No. 2. Kirby No. 3. Kirby  >   No. 4, Kirby No, R Miner?*! Claiias.  \ situate in the Ainsworth Mining  Division of Kootenay District.  Where located :   At Riondel.  Take notice that I, A. H. Green, -act*  ing as agent for A. J. Cnrle. F.M.C.  No. 30500CJ W. T. Kirby. F.M.C. No.  805S7o; S. J* Kirby. P.M.C. No.  TO588c; Freida Burgere. F.M.C. 30������Mc;  and H. V. D. Guthrie, Free Miner's  Certificate No. SOSUOd: intend, sixty  days from date hereof, to apply Us the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of  Improvements, for the purpose of ob  tuining a Crown Grant of the above  Halms.  And further take notice that action,  under section ~-B. must he commenced  before the issuance of such Certificate  of Improvements.  Dated this 22nd day of September,  A.D. 1021. A. H. GREEN.  NOITGE  Regarding Delinquent Tuxes on  Personal Property and Income.  Notice i������ hereby given that  tinder the proviaionny of the  ''Taxation Act*' Collector* are  empowered to onfore payment  of all arrears of taxe������ due and  outstanding on Latfds, Pcrtpn-  ~ al Property, and Income hy  Tax Sale. diBtroaa proceedings,  orJ>y aotion in any Court of  Law; and further take notice  that unless payment is made  -forthwith of al! ouch delinquent toxofl action will he  taken to collect name, together  .   with interest and oo������ta  J.CARTMBL,  Provincial Collector.  *   Nelson AftftOHsment DisCriet.  <vf&- esagti^a ~~st~j sssSa^d  to mar-  . v-**v������d tends Milsr.  x^SP0*?? JS^J^8 -Va-ttaS coverinc only  1^4jndtattto for acriooHural -turpo-M*  ���������B-gwWeh is ooa-tiuntKM- laxxa. ��������� '^^  ^JPa-*n&ta.lp vnt-onuptsotts aboltd!������$.  hatiMrtka of jMAmaee ~-jus torn .way  - SSSIiJ",^f*liM?1   pronanptloaB  witb jaws raatiiaaaoe, tot aaah making  i flgggaj^jtegriwroaiBoaft on tampaepvo  -W^^wptoril aw* ooemor claims tar  ^s*������d ������af ^19 per asra. Eat^udliv eloar-  ������������oto rooeivfss t^gw*i Great.  I--^���������?,9 ������*^*,IB*Mr *? occupation not  vorthmate Improtvoments. ho toaysba-  erantod int������nnedlato certtfic&t* ������f tea-  provecdueat anil transfor bis -oialin.  Records without permanent taal-  donpe nwy bo Isaaed. provldod aenil-  cont tnoltos improremoats to extontof  jsoo per annam and records same aaab '  year. Failure to make Improvements  or record same will operate as for-  .t-VKSt TiUe caM^ot 6Tobtained In  IS^tftK1 Lyw* W*m taOTPvements  t*m$������a*0_12r ,X!*--?2B!,������ai5������ * '���������������������������>  MT^l i?^ cultivated, and residence  of at least 2 yeam are required. to  Pre-emptor   holding   Crown Trant  may reoord anothmr nM^ewX. TfSa  r22S?r^J^ld.to <������������9������>������e*ion with hto  tana, without actuaf oooupatton. Divided statutonr improvement* maAs  craatea land.  Utefu^������j������a airyaa. net ������seeed!n������ ta  usn> q?b^3na������t<������ASs:  .dentlal and lmprovMnent condltfo^Y  ������u^m ttoeedliw ��������������� aeree may fee  leaaaa iy one pecteon or oMajMUttf  j*-* m^MtoMdliic hair or wSShlii  pRE-CMPToaa^najp   ouants  inoludc _  bur with  tM-ra~-  tmmd aat  tbn* within whioSr  of a deoeased pn  te  are    ������rde**ri*������������  Jor ttue undi3-*lhto*a^TjTMrtemSS  from for oae year tram the death of  nieh jMrsjon, aa totto>~aiyZ ttSS! one  year afi������- the ow^S^5?thJrJJ5Jem  ^ No fee* relaitna to ��������� -*��������� -   ���������  ������������������������,pr parable Vr L ���������  empUons rebordeQ after jane M fan  Taxes are r'aeulUs^for'������mm!'m  ~. l^^^S2^*������ayr^tenSS  tow ~*������~9 -v-t-TLmT-v memhSSrS  llstxnenti to Haroh tViH������Y  ���������Uft.PUaCH  ���������   in���������mi-ia~t  Qroww  Crown  _ _  purehaaere  am.  or OROWN  purcJuuN-������  ftumeat of  ��������� aaSi  ta to eo^tw  %~%timlm~~-fm  of orurlruu par.  laaee may'  'miiam must01*!*  er* do wbt etaUnwl  sssSTiraay^  -���������-,-��������� OUAIINft.  ajSdrSSe  Uattad owners. Afetxac-owners may  fwm AeaoeiatlOfia fear nuiss manwre-  'Smt.mraa, ar jt������rtleJttr ftwe. pernfiu  ���������or aetUejrij eoampara ar -Uravellers, up  Nakusp hospital has jiist -closed it*  financial year with a cash {balance ov>  er all expenses of ������200. During the  year 188 patients were treated.  Lop Orange Lodge, *e. 2995  Meets THIRD THURSDAY of  each month at Mercantile  Hall. - Visiting brethren cordially invitedi lit:---  MP  I  1%  ttz  ���������JS'-eV;  MP.  iY  li  ���������������������������P���������w,*~'1,'!tb^T^^?!^  ��������� ������������������������������������. ���������i^^^^^iiimi. .- -^,1^,,^ima*^..-!-*.^  i. i ������������������Mi-*-*^^W"weffww������ewieMWSM^^  *''-:***:^*Y^  Keeps fff-asi  aad. Fragrant  the Sealed  -Package  Canadian Flour in Venezuela  Venezuelan.*bakers will use Cana-*"  dianYSour when' the price drops to  that quoted on American - flour i9  ,stat������d in a communication issued by  the.Dominion Department of Trade  and Commerce, and based upon a re*  port from H������. A. Chisholm, ^Canadian  Trade Commissioner in Venezuela.  The bakers of^the South American  Republic * express the opinion that  Canadian-flour is.of a very superior  quality.  Tke Mistake Of Hoarding  Canada, like all countries oi the first class, lias journals and publications.  whose busine5s.it is to reflect and promote tin* special and particular interests of certain classes and institutions. There are trade journals devoted  to the interests of almost every conceivable line; financial papers dealing  with banking, insurance,' loan, trust and mortgage corporations; papers  promoting the welfare of the vast arid ^ill-important industry of agriculture  arid stock-raising; labor publications championing the cause and recording  the activities of organized labor; purely political mouthpieces maintained  to advance the cause of this or that party organism or political principle;  journals and magazines maintained by churches and philanthropical and  social service organizations; and straight out and out newspapers.  All the.se many publications are legitimate, praiseworthy and j?lay an  important and proper part in the life of a country like Canada providing  they are straightforward and honest. The paper in which this article appears is, however, first, last and always a home paper devoted to recording  the news, activities and upholding "the interests of "lhe people in the local  community in which it circulates. It docs not seek to serve any particular  group, but the whole people of its own community and thereby help to advance the welfare of all. It does not profess to attempt to right the  wrongs of the world nor to solve the gigantrS problems of the present  day, except in so far as thc encouragement of sound, comnionsense action  by the ordinary everyday citizen helps in these directions. It is for this  reason that so many-of the articles appearing in this column, are addressed  to the individual occupying a small and perhaps inconspicuous place in the  national life,;but nevertheless one of the really great and influentialfactors  making for national stability and progress���������in fact, the basic, the greatest  ftactor of all. ... -       '"'��������� ��������� ���������':  ' In common with all'countries today, Canada is suffering, although not  to the same extent as most lands, from a*business depression resulting in  tight money, a slackening in* industry, high freigut ratesyand'liigli prices  generally for commodities and a serious lack of employment for thousands  willing^rid anxiousyto work. Governments, great corporations, captains  oPfinance and industry, all have a tremendous responsibility during such a  time as the presents/YEveryb.p.d.y recognizes this'and the average citizen  probably expects too much of them and demands that the impossible be  done in an effort to right matters. But what-is not so well recognized and  appreciated is that -each individual citizen can in a ,small way do much to  improve conditions, and if _all individuals, or a large majority of them, discharged .their.small duties the effect in thc aggregate would be greater than  anything Governments or corporations can do, and would make action  possible by .them which they are now po>verless to take.  Take, for example, one present adverse condition���������tight money. Hundreds of millions are required for national purposes;and' scores of millions  more for financing the purchase and marketing of this year's crops, not to  speak of the enormous sums necessary to keep the wheels of industry revolving in the present depressed state of business in order to prevent an  actual shutdown in many directions. Can the average man do anything  to relieve the money market? ^Of course he can, if he only will, but fear,  selfishness and ignorance so frequently prevents him from doing so.'  It is well, therefore, that every man should appreciate certain simple  truths which arc real economic facts.     The business of the world is carried on on credit.     In order that credit may bc established and provided it  is necessary that there be something substantial back of it.     For this reason Governments and all banks and financial institutions maintain reserves  in gold or liquid securities.     It is a well known fact that a dollar deposited  .n a Bank serves as a source of credit for many times that amount.     It is  stated on reputable authority that a dollar deposited in a Bank provided  anywhere from five to ten dollars of credit for the carrying on of business.  Yet /there are many people who through fear, selfishness or. ignorance,  keep money in. varying amounts in the housc from year's end to year's end.  They not only run the risk of loss through theft or fire, and lose the interest which their money on deposit would earn for them, but through the  n.iiUtkc of hoarding they are depriving-the community of the incalcuablc  benefits of Uic credit which thcir money placed in a recognized Bank would  provide for the benefit of all, themselves included, because in our complex  twentieth century civilization r.o man can live to liimself alone and general  condition; affect hirn as well as all others. - ��������� ���������        ���������  ritcr In an Ohio farm journal estimates that at least $5,000,000 in  that State alone is. hoarded away in homes which, if placed on deposit in  Banks, wouid serve as a source of credit for from $25,000,000 to $50,000,000  and go a lo^g \>*rtV towards relieving the present critical situation. This  writer points out that, aside from the protection afforded against loss by  tt- **  \.\~ix o. iv,  into the B^vikv as promptly ?*s pr-ssible is that the Banks are the credit fac-  \orPh, rend the* raw materia! of the credit which thcy manufacture is hard  ���������������������������APn, and :: is hard cash which the country rtcccls   .at    the   present    time.  ���������To-;**!: T'c-ri't boa-'l yonr yr-.r,r*.*y hut put it to work for yourself, your com-  nd your cour.try by pYcin^ it on deposit.   ���������."* ' ���������-'. ' "'""." - ������������������'.���������"���������'.���������"������������-."M"���������"..'.'. ���������"..���������.' ii.-v-\jyj....'jL'LrT.~t.imwaamam  ./~P   ���������   .   Born That Way.    *  She.���������-Has your friend long* been  bald? He looks so ypungl He  (pathetically).���������He was born so. She  (much moved).���������The poor thing! ,  TUT������k\ 1    UT*8! AW^     13*���������% ������������ **M A������sV������  m JUfcUV W JUL    JL' ~   V V  Declares He &Mj Had  ���������are Fighting Clianee  Treacher.���������Why, Tommy! How can  you coirittto school when j'our little  brother has scarlet fever?  Little Tommy.���������Well, Miss Brown,  he's only my half-brother.  A CORDIAL INVITATION  TO DISEASE  This is an apt description of v,on-  ���������slipalion. It's an unnatural condition to begin with���������but it's dangerous  because it leads to indigestion, fills  the system with poisons, brings on  anaemia. You don't need a purgative, you don't want to weaken^ the  ���������systcm by a harsh gripping medicine  ���������what*'* you- need is mild natural  stimulant to the bowels. You get  just what;you nee^ in Dr. Hamilton's  Pills which tone up the liver, restore  the bowels to perfect action, and  positivelyp end constipation. You'll  feel tip top after regulating your.system with pr. Hamilton's Pills. Good  for young and ol'd~a real family  medicine, 25c all dealers or The Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.  Belgium'P- is already supplying  France with coal and Great Britain  with 'glass.  "When  I  began  taking Tanlac it  IoolcedrIi!ce;I;6nly:had a bare fighting  .*, t i    '    ���������*��������� ���������>*���������-< ���������' '��������������� ���������*��������� v ���������> ��������������� ;-    ^ y. *. -   *���������     ���������  chance for1 life, but it put me ^n my  feet feeling as fine'a^'any;man could  want tp^feeV'rsaii^Winiai?! Padfield,  well-known farmer living at -Kipling,  Sask. "���������        .,;,,.>*'���������  '.       .Ir- 0   I.       (!" 'l  "I was -soYemaciated that I only  weighed 120 'pounds'when I started  talcing Tanlac, and was so weak I was  almost in a state:of collapse. I could  not get any good out of the little I  ate, as my stomach "was in such an  awful condition that even the lightest  food soured and caused me misery.  "It -was lucky forme that I took the  advice of a friend "who told me about  Tanlac. It could not have done better  if it had been made especially .for my  case, as it took hold of, me right from  the start and.fixed me up,so I could  cat anything :   "  "Never,in my.life'have I seen anything to equal the way Irhave gained  in weight. I now. weigh 185 pounds,  have''my'strength*-back,'* and I can  honestly say that I never-felt better in  my life or had more energy. Tanlac  certainly docs the work."  Tanlac is sold by leading,druggists  everywhere.  News To Many  United States Has No Organization  r.r.,r tsr.~..~t~~ tr-,*!-.  ������*   .~X       0tm*lXX.V~~.*r     JXJtXrtjJ.  More than 30,00G farm hands -acam'e  to thc west from Toronto and the  castyto Manitoba and Saskatchewan  to work a month at $4 a day. - They  were clean-cut, intelligent young fellows, full of pep and ambition, and  many of them will remain in the west  as permanent developers. They were  recruited by Dominion    agencies    in  ^: WKeait V& Panama ;  Y'    v/y    * -, -������������������������������������, ���������' "''"  It -is -predicted- that the movement.  of Canadian wheat to Europe via the  Port of Vancouver "and-the Panama  Canal will be* at least ������os?ty cargoes  during the winter season of 1921-22.  On The Marriage Day,  Romance Usually 'ceased,'" and" history "begins, and sore corns begin to  go when "Putnam's'*- is applied. It  takes    ovA    corns,    roots,*   branches.  stems���������no trace of a'single corn-left  thc cast and all arrangements, includ-  after Putnam's Paiales  WHEN BABY IS ILL  When the baby is ill; when he  cries a great deal and no amount of  attention or petting makes him  Jiappy, Baby's Own Tablets should  be given him without delay. Thc  Tablets, are a mild but thorough laxative which regulate the bowels and  sweeten-the stomach and thus drive  out������������������"��������� constipation 'and indigestion;  break up colds and simple fevers and  make teething -*casy. Concerning  them Mrs. Desire The.berge, Trois  Pistols, Que., writes: "I am well satisfied .with my use of Baby's Own  Tablets.     I have found them of great  ig transport, were organized and managed by the goverment. # This great  movement of unskilled labor tb meet  the, widespread, hurry-up demand of  the harvest is in strong-contrast to the  hit or miss methods 'employed in thc  Stales.���������Minneapolis News.   - ������ " ���������  Keep Minard's Liniment in the house  i. c:t   i._ ~,~U ���������  ocHcue.   to xity   uAuy  ,.i 1, ������     x..rt~      40.tC~  W.1I1.11      IX*.      VV ~*~l     QUI  fcrin'g from constipation and I can  strongly recommend them to other  mothei-s." The Tablets. are sold by  all medicine dealers or by mail at 25  cents a box from Tliie Dr.' Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  -.A verse-*  >-      ���������**.  Accept British Plan  > ,  The Bulgarian Government has accepted, in principle; the proposal of  tne British river syndicate on the  Danube to form an Anglo-Bulgarian  Company to run boats on that river.  This proposal conforms to the general policy, followed by England in  respect to the Danube, t6nding to give  to .England a preponderant position  in thc river traffic of .this international waterway. ��������� ..  i>a Corn Extrac  tor has done its work, 25c at all dealers.     Refuse a substitute.  There arc in New'York, it is said,  women who make a living pawning  things for others. , ^  I oi #&���������. --AIA  NU  . tr-.   -~nr~  PAIN WH  Canada, Russia and Liberia *;have  the. three greatest belts'of Virginvfim-  ber still left irY the world...  The Smith family numbers 14,000,-  000 "members throughout the world.  :   .. .f.,   ~������ . . -���������. ��������� ���������  Rural Route No. 1, Mascouche, Que.  The Minard's Liniment People,   .  . Sirs.���������& feel that I should1 be doing* a yriong  if I neglected to write you. 1* hare had four  tumors growing on my head for years. I had  them cut a" by's curjeosi about fifteen years  aco, but they grew again till about three  mouths ago I had one as large and shaped  like a lady's thimble on the very place where  my hair should be parted, and it was getting  so embarrassing iu public that it was a constant worry to me.     About three months ago  1 got a bottle of youi- liniment for another  purpose aiftl saw on tlie label gqjod for tumors.  Well I tried it and kerpt it for exactly two  months, with the result that it haa entirely  removed all trace of the tumor, and were, it  not that they had been cut fifteen years ago,  no mark would be seen. I have not been  asked for this testimonial and you can use it  as you see fit.  (Signed) FRED C. ROBINSON,  P.S.���������I am a farmer and intend using "QHn-  ard's Liniment on a more for n strained ten-  , . . ,        ,,    .      1      ���������_ i      * t r-   a 'i don, and am hoping for some results.  ���������.mc ir.ygest reason why all surplus money should find its way, ". FRED C. IV  it.'; Bids Pain Begone.-~Whcn neuralgia racks the nerves or lumbago  cripples the back is the time to test-  the virtues of Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie  Oil. Well,rubbed in it;will^till.,the  pain and produce a sensation of ease  and restv A trial of it will establish  f&ith in it. * j .-.  .Vanilla grows on rock soil and the  plants obtain thcir chief sustenance  from the atmosphere. '  yi In ancient days crows  ployed as lcttcr-bcarcrs.  were "j* em-  What   Ly-dife  ������. Pinkham*a  -Vegetable Compound Did;  for Mr������? Baker .and     ^  Mrs. Kieyer* ,  A man aged 41 may count on living  until-67, according to statistics.  Vancouver,B.O.���������:'*I am pleasedio  say that Lydia. E. Pinkhasa's Vegetable  Compound has done me a lot of good.  I can now walk about without the aid  of a support and feel real strong again.  A nurse advised me to a take the  Vegetable CoEapound and it is cfertalsxly  helping me.   It -seems like. Heaven; to  *������������ -rpilreved  nf~*-r imvnths ������f t>aixi."-js-  Mb9."H^ W. Bakeb, 8874 10th Ay^  We3fc|**yancouver,.:B.Co*.:.:*.*;,*;w. -tl,  Albert Co.,YN.B.r^,������I have ta&e)a  Lydia B. Pinkham's Pinedicines aaid  ihey have������done me a lot of good. Since  then I have been able to do my housework and I have a lotof work to dp aa  'iro'tt'^'b^''a"isftn.v''*ede^ii|jr your advertisement In the papers was what mado  me think of writing to you. I hopS  this may help some ono else.?.!:���������  Mrs. WM. B. KEivEaryDpper>New  Hortpn, Albert Co.rf N. B.*;    i*  The reason women write such letters  to the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co.  and tell their friends_ how they are  helped is that Lydia t~. Jfinkham's vegetable Compound has brought health and  happiness into their lives. Freed from  their illness they want to pass the good  news' along to other suffering women  that they alao may be relieved.  If there are any complications you do  not understand write to Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mas*.  AA-  ���������.���������"it'i.iTii.y  m.t<mt' .."."T"  Wip.-'Ay i'ev.* people will  . tiicy can borrow.  steal so 'oncj  i  Constipation  Is Relieved  Prompt   Permanent  R������Hel  CARTElt'S LITTLE  LIVOl  PILU  rarely fail.   Pur#ly  vegetable *��������� act ..������������������������������������   ���������  ,_  - -  - rJLOTTErl  UAIf I tit %  Plot To Overthrow Soviet  On dark nights a;white light can  be seen farther than any.other, l>ut on  light nights red takes the first place.  Catarrhal Conditions  mrt\y but gent  ly on the liver.  ii~r������~i-j  Relievn fkft������r  tdlnner dli*  tret*.��������� re*  Heve Indlfet-        _���������_  Kon; improve the compt*xlon~brl-jhtca  the eye*.  titlti riMk jMAI^tfAMU Attit mto  Atstiii Jtttt j^bl  ^^      mx.  Conspiracy Carried On Under Cloak  Of Famine Relief,  Revelations at Moscow following  I tlie* arrest, of nicmbers of (he Russian  famine relief committee, are said to  prove the committee was plotting to  overthrow the Soviet Government  und'-r tlie cloak of carrying on relief  work, says a despatch to the London  Daily Herald from the Russian capital. An extraordinary commission  is sZid"' to have discovered letters  showing: the conspiracy waf widespread. One of these Is said to have  outlined a scheme for reorganising  Russia under a Eupreme ruler with a  federal dumi regional, and purlih  dumas, and local governor!,  Catarrh is .. local disease greatly influenced  by constitutional conditions. It therefore re.  quires constitutional treatment. ��������� HALL'S  CATARRH MEDICINE is taken internally  and nct.i through the Blood upon the Mucoui  Surfaces      of      the      System. HALL'S  CATARRH MEDICINE gives the pati.nt  Gtrength by improving the general health and  assist** Nature in doing its work.  All Druggists.      Circulars free.  V, J. Cheney 8t Co., Toledo, Ohio,  ���������PJPE*ijrY;;ti'  PIPELESSfl&t  MELL0WAIR  FURNACE  ': -:T'He���������:H"E^li^'Jh'-fejating;;fila.nt ',i,s.$\ie simplessj-^y*'  /;.that,--;s; ;Why.;*;|^,^i^y.es;,' 'sq.*,muiG,fcr'&iejy,.f*iY;- '^*-.i*^  ���������:G,6fi$ this/D**-",'  ;fili.r*0Q,;'F;a*c't{s"''''***  t6*;^NI.G:HT'I'':-  IE BROS. WESTERN, LIMITED - WINNIPEG  I,*      -..r*������*'*        :',i'{:\: '". '* -       -  Sana) ma, free, all pnrtloutar* about  HBO LA  tripe or l*lpolo������a>  rurnaoo.  Even if the, wind does whistle occasionally, it nftver tackles popular airs.  l*.innr(Vii LIZ.nth. uutA Ity VhyniZiunn  Miller's Worm Powders are ,the  medicine for children who are found  suffering from the ravages of worms.  They immediately alter%the stomachic  conditions under which the worms  subsist and drive them from the system, and, at the same time, they are  tonlcal In their effect upon the differ  live organs, restoring them to healthful operation and ensuring Immunity  from further disorders irom such a  cause.  VV.   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Dublin.���������The Dail Eircann approved its "cabinet's" reply to Mr. Lloyd  George's latest proposals and ratified  the appointment of five delegates to  a "possible conference" with representatives  of- Great  Britain.  The appointments of plenipotentiaries. approved were those of the  following: Arthur Griffith, founder of  the -Sinn Fein and "foreign minister,"-  chairman; Michael Collins, "finance  minister"; Robert C/ Barton, who has  been onc of -the leading figures in  the preliminary negotiations; Eamonn  J. Duggan, Sinn Fein member of  parliament and a leading figure/iS  the arragement of the Irish truce;  George Gavan Duffy, who has acted  as representative of the Sinn Fein  abroad*  Nothing has leaked out as to  whether the Teply is acceptance or  non-acceptance of thc invitation to a  conference, but, the fact that five  Irish * plenipotentiaries have been appointed is taken " as indicatig" confidence in continuace of the negotia-  WESTERN EDITORS  Trial Shipment Proves Failure  Alberta Government Lost On Shipment of Beef Cattle.  Edmonton, Alta���������The trial shipment of fat beef- cattle that was sent  to Scotland in June by the provincial  department of agriculture, resulted in  a net loss to the government. They  show an average cd^t per head of  ���������$303/ with an average return of  $188.88. There were thirty-six head  of export steers in the shipment. The'  animals were shipped to Glasgow and  were there sold at the public market  for immediate slaughter.  When thc steers left Edmonton!  they stood at a cost to the government cf $168.17 per animal, and-the  transportation cl  Alberta Government  *<  Anxious -To'Develop  ore Coal Markets  r*n*a -rrrxta  17Am ������������+������-<  W.   G.   Pickell,   Portage   la   Prairie,  ���������  Publisher of Oakville Standard '  and Langruth Herald.  to  BV������   -���������     01 X  Glasgow, were $100.12 per animal.  Added to this cost were the expenses of the attendant, bank charges  and other overhead expenses, bringing thc total cost per head to $302.07.  Records kept en route show that there  tions.     Mr. Lloyd George is expected   was   practically  to ^remain    in' Scotland at least another three weeks.  Grain  txenange   .  Appoints New Head  no shrinkage in any  The    sales    in    th'e  May Replace ZR-2  Italy Has Good Harvest  Crop   Expected  to   Reach  Pre-War  Productiveness..  i Rome.���������Italy's harvest this year  will reach its pre-war prodtictiveness,  according to tlie government crop  forecasts. The total harvest anticipated will reach 5^,200,000 quintals  (of ab.out 220 pounds teach) comprising all kinds'of g/ain.  * Thc average pre-war crop was  calculated at 48,000,000 quintals. During the war, production decreased to  38,000,000 quintals.  The present year's crop is also distinguished by ihe fact that it lacks  but 6,000,000 in equalling the record  grain crop of Italy, which was in 1915,  when it reached nearly 58,000,000  quintals. *  .  x-z. :   of the animals  Glasgow markets showed that the  smaller handyweight steers of good  type and breeding, ranging from 1,2001  to 1.350 pounds, were most in demand, the heavier fat steers ��������� not  meeting with rearffy'sale for the summer trade..."  Retiring   President   Says   Producers  Should    Understand    X-**Is?keting  Methods.  Winnipeg.���������C. H. Leaman was formally elected president of the Winnipeg Grain Exchange, succeeding  Norman L. Leach, retired,' at the annual meeting. J. B. Craig and Dr.  Robert Magill, vice-president and  secretary-treasurer, respectively, who  were elected by acclamation along  with Mr. Leaman at the nomination  meeting were also installed in office.  A resume of the past year's work  in the grain trade, with suggestions  for the general .improvement of' the  trade was the feature of th'e retiring  president's address, which stated:  'fThere is .today a wider and keener  interest in grain marketing methods  and systems; there are many criticisms of, these methods. They should  be more clearly understood by thc  producer, the business and general  community at large, and I submit to  you the suggestion of co-:operation  with and education of your trade,  your customers and .the general "public toward that end."  <���������&  Greeks Will Resume Offensive  .:*���������* .*.. *.-������������������ . ���������,..,.j:.,������������������;. .'���������;������������������ .,,-*���������* .*���������*-���������.*���������  Soldiers'' Were Taking Rest and  Bringing Up Supplies.  Smyrna.-*���������Greek operations' agsthast  the Turkish Nationalists have been  interrupted, but will be resumed, said  General Papoulas, commander-in-  chief of the Greek - armies   in   Asia  ��������� Minor.     He said" his forces were con-  ��������� yinccd that they were able ,to annihilate the enemy.  The offensive was halted so thc  Greek soldiers might bc given a rest  and arranging for bringing up supplies and provisions.  Will Support Housing Scheme  Alberta Premier Says Province Willing to Give Helpl  Edmonton.���������Mayors Duggan, Edmonton, and Adams, of Calgary, met  Premier Greenfield to discuss -the  question of the Alberta cities obtaining aid -from the Dominion housing  scheme for the purpose of providing  relief for unemployed. s  Premiers, Greenfield gave assurance  that as" soon as proper evidence was  produced to the effect that there was  a" real demand for" houses in the  cities, then the province would support the scheme and giye security  for the loans obtained.  U.S.  Government  Wants to   Obtain  Former" German Zeppelin.  London.���������Reports that thc United  States and British Governments may  arrange for the transfer of- one of  Gjeat Britain's remaining airships to  United States owership to replace the  wrecked ZR-2, have received some  credence in United States official circles here where it is stated the United  States Government, some time prior  to* contracting for the ZR-2 considered the desirability of obtaining onc  of the formcr*-German Zeppelins for  experimental and instructional purposes.  When these German air -fighters  were turned over to-the allies, Italy,  France and., Britain received one  each and America none. Great Bri-  tai's Zeppelin, the L-71 is the largest  rigid airship iii existence now that  the ZR-2 is gone. Her cubic- capacity is 2,420,000 feet or 380,000 feet  less than the ZR-2. The length of  the L-71 is 743 feet as against 695 feet  for the ZR-2".  Work For Unemployed  m Fort William  Foundry ^ Company   Is   To   Receive  Order For Repairing.  Fort William, Ont.���������The Fort William Car and Foundry Company is to  receive au order for repairing 1,500  government cars, according to a telegram received here from Dr. R.'^J  Manion, M.P.  A fi      o.-1*rIJe**i.-.*t-������nT     1   CinO    t.ltr.r     rx..     -\xrr.-,-\ ���������  ��������� ���������.���������       t���������x���������x.. ...tr i.xx.       ^,trxr*r       x���������xr x       \r x       tr. ~x..x.  water is to be added to the Mission  breakwater, work to start immediately. This means that the unemployment here will be greatly alleviated.  nppnivc ivciici   mcaauiv5  Edmonton.���������Representing the min-  cralv industry in the entire western  provinces, 75 delegates were in attendance when the opening of the  third annual western convention -of  the Canadian Institute of Mining and  Metallurgy w~as called to order by  the������chairman, O. E. S. Whiteside, of  CoienianY Mayor G. M. Duggan  briefly addressed the visiting delegates, welcoming"them to.Edmonton  oh behalf of-the city.'  Thc Proyincial Government was  represented by' Premier Greenfield,  who spoke on the research work of  the government in thc matter of the  mineral industry.  "Thc government is endcavorig to  develop more markets for Alberta  ;coal,". declared.-* Premier Grecfield,  abut we have met with one difficulty  and that is-the. grading of coal."  The Premier' deplored the lack of  uniformity in* the grading of coal, and  stated* that it had proved a hindrance  in the marketing of the product.  "We are advertising, making demonstrations and-continuing the rcseach  work," he said, "and I would like to  suggest "co-operation with thc government as well as advise you that  the uniform system of grading coal is  a necessity."  Premier Greenfield gave an account  of his trip into the north country, and  said he was deeply impressed and  encouraged by his  observations  rxC  XJX  Turks Must Surrender Plotters.  Constantinople.���������Allied authorities  here have invited the Turkish Government to surrender the men involved in the revolutionary plot, discovery of which was announced rc-  cetly. These persons must lag tumped Over- to the allies w-ithin a week,  or the government will be held responsible.. The conspirators willbc  tried by an rillied court martial;    -  Will ileeaialogue  B   Sim* tm w������  Aii in France  Disagree Over Wages.  St. Catherine's, Ont.���������After ten  hours' conference the contractors and  union men engaged on the Welland  Ship Canal have agreed to disagree  on the question of wages and 'other  points at issue and it is^-now up to the  government to decide.  feet  Fire .pestroys::l*umbery  Stewiackeyy N.S.���������One million  of lumber" were destroyed here by a  fire which broke out'in one of eight  lumber piles, The lumber was piled  near the railway tracks and all Canadian Pacific telegraph poles in the  vicinity were burned and the wires  put out bf commission.  List Suggested Topics.  Washington.���������The United States  Government has sent to the governments of all the powers invited in tlie  conference on the limitation of arma-  mct������ and Far Eastern questions a list  of tire topics suggested for discussion.  Heavy Grain Shipment From West.  Winnipeg.���������Approximately 16,000,-  000 bushels of grain have heen billed  over the Canadians-National Railway  from western points to Sept. 14. This  is more grain than was loaded up to  October 4, last year, it is stated.  ..' " 'Cholera Spreads Fast. | '  Paris.���������Cholera is fast spreadin^an  the countries bordering Russia. T?hc  daily average deaths in Tiflis alope  is between 30 and 40. \  Police Chief Orders Every Thumb  *.      Print Registered.  Paris.���������The entire French nation,  as well as all foreigners residing in  France, will be recatalogued and  compelled . to register their thumb  prints, according to the latest regulation of Police Chief Leuillier.  Identification of crime suspects  and the detection of criminals is expected to be made easier under thc  new system.  Pusseyfoot In Australia.  London.���������A Reuter ,^ cable from  Adelaide, South Australia, announces  the arrival there of Pusseyfoot Johnson. Johnson saysNthe United States  will remain dry arid that England will  be dry by 193q. Y  St.   Vincent   Will   Help   Poor   Who  Lost Crops in Flood.      j"'  f  St. Vincent, Windward, Islands?���������  Expenditures for the relief of tlie  poor who lost food cropland Houses  in the great, storm which"swept oyer  S t. Vincent, have--* been i='ao'proved vby  The storm damage  nei-^liboriri" island of Grenada  the legislature.  mi   thr*  is placed at a moderate estimate, at.^*  $500,000.     Nutmeg and cocoa.jJlanta-  tions which were ruined will require  at least seven ycars for re-establishment. ���������--:  conditions. The government test  hole in the McMurray townsite where  the mining of salt is being investigated by thc research branch, -was  alsQ..mentioned by the premier. "The  government is thoroughly aware of  the importance of thc mineral industries in the-province/' he said.  The approach of the \\ inter season-  and its effect on the unemployment  situation in the, province was touched upon by Mr.-. Greenfield. "I am  Opposed *to soup kitchens and that  'form of .relief," he said, "and would  like to ask you to employ during the  \*ihter; months, if possible, as much  extra help as" you can." ';  August Showed,  Decline In Trade  By making your- purchases from  your home merchant you are ' contributing direct to the* prosperity -of  thc community in which you live.  Chinese Canadian  Trade Increases  Net Increase of 840 Per Cent, in Five  Years.  Hamilton,' Ont.���������China and Canada  havemuch in common,..and'their trade  relationship is growing substantially  every year, decrarcd W- Y. Kwan,  chairman of thc Chinese Railway  Commission,to members of the Kinsmen's Club. He emphasized that in  1918, thc last year in which statistics  were available, China had imported  and exported goods from and to Canada valued ,at more than $17,000,000,  which when compared with 1913  figures showed a net increase "oi; 840  per cent.  SYMPATHETIC   SORE    THROAT  W.   N.   U.   1386  Exports' of Agricultural Products De-  11 ' crease"Ten Million DollarsY  Ottawa.���������A sharp decline in Canadian trade for the month of August,  1921, as compared with August, 1920,  was recorded in tiie summary of Canadian trade issucdj by thc department  of customs, i Total Canadian trade  for August, 1921, amounted-to $127,-  510,299, as compared with $238,085,409,  for August, 1920. For thc five  months of the fiscal year closing with  the end of August, total trade was:  1921, $602,3l.v 38; 1920, $1,063,3537170,  a reduction oi $-USl,038,132.  During August, 1921, imports entered for home consumption had a  total value of $65,147,301, as compared, --with $124,318,014, a reduction  of ,$59,170,713. For thc five months  ending August 31, tht*; total, merchandise entered for consumption was  valued at $319,009,763, as compared  with $597,890,603 in 1920. In August,  1920, domestic merchandise export  had a total value of $112,278,064, as  compared with $61,485,993 tor August, 1921.  Canadian Importer Reaches Victoria  "Victoria, B.C.���������Emerging like a  specter from the fog-bound Pacific  after having been virtually given up  for lost tlie dtfrclict Canadian Government steamship Canadian Importer, with a six degree list, groggy  but still watcrborne, cheated the  ocean of its expected prey aud defiantly limped into port with her crew  of undaunted British seamen still at  their posts of duty.  SHUCK������ CMIM> VOUR COh������rrrrUT������ON ~9 ������TWON������ .ftMOU&H THW0W OVf AMVTHIN������.  Chicago Builders Return to Work.  Chicago.���������Facing the possibility of  an open-shep In the Chicago .building  Industry, and ipurrcd to action by  refusal of Judge Landis, arbiter, to  grant a wage decision rehearing until  they are at work, union men in the  building industry here were com'ntg  hack to work In large number*.  LJ uxttfa/p-'vWm^itTMemtilWifrpi^^ pi&--*V\MfP9pit~snamX*mcea4rm-  *>'.4-  .   i      ^    - -, ���������-.-  VHS (B&ESTC&   KKfTKW  ���������?>-������.4\��������� 4;^i".^v>** ->���������* -'* *-^ *--\^p^y^ZK''''^,. p.p:i '-'p������-* ~^i\.v*n>7.<if���������" *������������������"-?tecf-*-&Y;j^,^^vt-^g,jtfiW.7,y  "--     < rP"  ,\.   i-l**i*-*  i-V-.'-V^e -*-<i--V-' * .   WYY '    v-'-***������'--V *'<'.**    -<-j-'-S;..*x-?,   ���������*    ������  ."   '. "ii    '    '"'. 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U  SmmfsMCtJmE.  &nCi JT0rSWII������fl  week, taking iu the big fruit fair as  well as attending the 8en������i-annuai ceremonial of Gizeh Temple Shrinere.  ]  Members of the Boa and Gun Ciub  are reminded of the September meet  Ing, whieh will be held at G.W.V.A,,*  rooms on Thursday night, Sept. 29th.  Let us frame youi* pictures, prices  reasonable.       Asher's studio, Crestost*  Dry onions, pickling-onions, winter  Hubbard squash for sale.' Richardson,  Erickson.  Armistice Day, Friday, Noy. 15th,  has been appropriated by the  -Women's Institute for a whist drive  and dance.  District health nurse. Miss McLuh-  n, is taking a well-earned holiday this  week,   which  she  is   spending   with  friends in Nelson.  *4*..S-.t = *__  ������-' ��������������������������� xro.it txo  -Q liis weii-known vome&y j done on the walk from the track up to  Reduction Sale!  For a limited time only we  , are offering you special  prices on  "  ���������-' - !  Bally Day services will be the f-ea  fcure of the Sunday school of the Presbyterian Church on Sunday, parents  knd children uniting for the service at  It a.m.  Be giad. That is what -Follyanna"  has been making people do for years���������  eyen when its innovations were being  met witb sneers and jeers from the  skeptics.  Manager   Rodgex-s  announces  that  there will be   no  raise  in   prices  for  "Pollyanna," the big feature   attrac  tion' that will be shown at the Grand  to-unon-ow night.  AU 40 and 35c. Pads on display  '���������"���������-Special Priee 25c  All 25 and 20c Pads on display  ���������Special Price 15c.  We are overstocked in these.  Watch our Window and Ad,  seek week for Bargains  .   during Aug, and Sept,  SfeatfWJafwa  Rev. W. Vance of Vancouver is announced to address the Anglicans of  the Valley at a public meeting to be  held in the Parish Hall on Wednesday  night, Sept. Shj, at 8 o'clock.  P. Bnrns & Co. has just completed  the installation of a power machine  for the manufacture of sausage. It is  operated off - a I- top. gasoline engine;  and readily manufactures 30������ pounds  of sausage an hour.  Fob Sals���������One fine Jersey-Holstein  heifer, 18 months old. Her dans gave  13 pounds of butter per week, and the  dam of her sire has a record of 27  pounds of butter sn one week.* $50.  Carl Wigen, Wynndel.  People who haye seen Mary Pick-  ford in "Pollyanna" have cried and  laughed over her experiences, it is a  wonderful story that all members of  all families will want to see. And  .-tisey will never forget it.  triumph, '"The Mollycoddle;  V"  Prize list for the fall fair have been  mailed by %\~b secretary. If anyone  has been overlooked, will they kindly  call at the office of the secretary and  secure both* jthe' list* and'entry fortn.  Entries close,-Saturday. Oct. lst/<  T. Pic������ntice,^nanager of the Crow's  Nest Trading Company, Fernie. was a  business ytsUraMhere at the end of the  weeit, during "-wfsleb be purchased a  few ears o? apple for the wholesale  end of the biiait^ess the firm also, op-  orates.    . y *'   *  The school trustees with becoming  gallantry; :'haye..* reyersed the playgrounds at'the .public school. The  boy8 are now operating on the south  side of, the yard���������a good deal of which  was only stumped and ploughed quite  late thisspring.  ->.  /Frank*. Ebbutt arrived home' on  Thursday last, from Fort Norman*,'  where he has been working with a  geological survey party -which has  been making official reports on the big  new oil Held which opened���������up there  early last spring.  the Mercantile store. .Another bit of  sidewalk that is in a pretty dangerous  condition is in front of the postofiSce.  Unless it gets1 attention soon a serious  mishap will occur to some unwaffy  pedestrian. - t -  The juvenile population had a gala  last jhalf week of it. The Internatioiuil  Amusement Company, which is putting on the midway and sideshow fea*  tures at Nelson fair, played a three-  day * stand here with paefc of their  equipment, which included a merry*  go-round. This seems.to have..been  the first of these jisyenile joy rides to  set up iu Creston, and it certainly'en-  joj^ed a very literal patronage.  Misses Marion Swanson and Frances  Lyne left on Sunday for Vancouver,  accompanied by Mrs. Lyrie, whfeto  they will attend the UniVersit?' of  British Cnlumbia"this term...The^r are  the first students from Creston to ens-oil ia the province's highest'seat! of  learning and as. both ranked;bigh ih  local high school work naturally their  many friends are expecting to see  thens  showing at varsity.  AugEicasss -Wis. ttUses-ve i*������e*eu-  annual harvest thanksgiving at Christ  Church on Sunday, with services at 8  and 11 aim., and! 7.80 p.sn. There will  be special music and appropriate addresses, and the collection goes to the  clergy pension fund.  W. 0. Traves of Grand Forks, the  B.C. poultry inspector, paid the Valley an official visit the fo*e part of the  week and arrangements are wing  made for a return yisit shortly at  J which it is hoped to organize a. Crest-  ton Valley poultry, association.  . The local troop -of  Boy   Scouts   is  again on a full'working   basis.   Rev.  an  equally   -creditable  Drake, director of reclamation, to call  a conference" of ail the Dominion interests that may be-affected by Kootenay Flats drainage, said/conference  to be held at a point Mr. Drake will  select. As Mr. Drake is busy at present with sessions of <*the International  Waterways Commission at Montana  and Southern Albarta points, word as  to the piace and date of the conference,  is not available, though it- can hardly  be held anywhere bnt Creston.  Commissioner Adlarii of the Arrow  Creek Irrigation District has just announced that the project as originally  planned tms heen anandoned. Due to  the stiff opposition' met with in the  district west of Creston it has been decided to omit that area from the  scheme and almost immediately start  in to get signatures to a petition asking that the waters of Arrow Creek be  } made available for the area east of  Creston, the boundary being the Learmonth; ranch. - 'On the old project tbe  land -owners in that section were at  least 75 per -cent, favorable to irrigation and with another dry summer  inst experienced it is confidently an ���������  -*.2mm.mm.*.+-4*J&   +\~a~-'   *������*'.   ivfVM*.   ���������>     /iimhIaw ar\iva**e*������~Wm.t ~  Sam Moon has been notified that  the whole of Creston Valley has l>een  set aside for him to-work as representative of the Bsitish Columbia Nurseries, Co., Ltd., and he. will b������ looking  up the ranchers, pai-ticularly at thei  Creston fair. This firm supplied niofci j  of the trees set out at Lister- this  spring and the excellence of ^tha stock  is shown in the splendid: g^Qwth the  ti-ees have already made. J S������0. Nurseries operate a 200 acre fartoatrSaif-diSj  ten acres of which is deVoted to roses.  Qmms+m\m+a   g***e  age of landowners will sign up as favoring being included in the hew iriiga-  tion district.  $10 REWARD  ������p  K. Varley having s.*ecently been select-- F  Creston Valley apples to he-shown  in competition at the -British Apple  show at London, England,  the' latter  ������������!���������������������������*���������.  x*9 r\m4 nhdn  -*-     U^Cww.  I,~*������n ^.0.^00  For the two   shows   which   will  screened at the Grand on fall fair day  ������������������3.90 and 7.30 p.m.���������Manager Rodgers  announces  the  showing of. Douglas  Ied as scout master.   It is likely the  . scouts baseball team  will play a base-  Pure  roat  Hand  Knit.      Full  sfashioned, and a full  range    of    sizes    ih  nicely-assorted colors  &12  ' maw &ax  .50  ���������     Jr~\~m      +m*S   a-T     ~Y\-mm4   L-r   IViu/  GRNEBAL  MEEGHANT.  Attention to Necessary  Repairs  WILL SAVE YOU MONEY AND TIME!  Prices Right,. S&tiafiwtion Guaranteed.  AUTHORIZED FORD'SERVICE*  FREE AIR.    The* and Access-tides*   AUTO LIVERY  AH kind������ of GRINDING done at re&Mowtble price*.  wtSSSm  *ifftr,<r*������������������������*%*���������   0f%wt~t%%$%0%w*  HMffiaifiip  iOSfL V  ��������� B BBS      %T Mm mM mB 11" &*    |BB||B|sa  UIILIJII UH   wlttiPlVIUEii  U������lBl������iU������Lh  ,   UDGATE BRG&r - a> PHONat Bt  ,..! . ���������...    nr in it    *..T'.iilTlJ.-if*T.m**i..Hlli-If.**m*.,V.Vff**'"ltf l*f"*.'-"1 1   "" *' ' ���������mini atm *  ball game with the high school nine as  a morning feature of fall fair day.  \ Provincial police McLaren had rath-  er a busy time of. it - the latter part of  the week issuing game licenses. The  grouse shooting season opened on Saturday morning and ..from all imports  the take of these birds was equally as  heavy as the kill of ducks, on opening  day, Sept. 3rd.     'Z> \  - *      '  Popular prices will sbi-evai! afcYthe  big opening ^aanee-of tiie Grand lliea-  tie dance hall on fair flight, Wednesday, Ont. 5th. which will start at 10  p.m.   prompts    Creston. orchestra   is  I...U*.      ...rn. J.t-4^~. rm      rx     t���������X     ���������C    ���������t^-m.       m-. ��������� ~t-,.  ���������xrx0trJr       p.wwviv.1.^      *������    tvttl    Xt-    MO vv        BUU9IV,  and caterer Norris will supply the supper that night.  Earl, the youngest son of Mr. and  Mrs. "H. Christie, was taken to Cranbrook on Thursday Hast, where he  successfully underwent an' operation  for appendicitus the following day,  and is making a satisfactory recovery,  according to word from Mrs. Christie,  who accompanied him.  . Postmaster Gibbs is, devoting most  of his spare time to the study of a  new lot of postal rates that go Into  effect at the end of the inonth. Every  class of postal mutter is affected, the  most notable change, being a raise to  four cents in postage on letters for  places outside of Canada.  The attention of bread bakers is called to the added section in the cooking  class of this years fair. Section 246 A  is a new offering. I,t;is for two loaves  of bread made frorn purity flour, for  which a first prize of a 08-lh. sack of  Purity flour is offered by the. Western  Canada Milling Company.  Wanted���������Energetic mnn of gooel  education and itppearance to take up  canvassing and saleainiinship. Preyi-  oiis selling experience not esHenthil  bnt one with buniness training P-'--  ferred. Permanent job and gooil prospects, estate age and piwlouii expert  ence.   P.O. Box 824, Nelsbrt, B;0.  Except for a few ranchers, who haye  ���������-had to suopend operations occasionally  to pay some attention t������ apple shipping, haying on the;flatn Is completed  and the cattle are again turned In to  range nn most ot the area. The cut is  at least 2000 tons, put tip on 102 per*  mits issned by the, Stockbreeders* As-  soclatlon* ��������� '.*'.'"'',.��������� *  The Bllyei- cups and other special  pi'l/.ew to be awarded at this year's fall  fair mo nttaactlvely dlnplayed tn the  gi-ocery window of the-Merantlle ������tor*>.  The articles of Hilvorwai-o for prices in  the cooking, needlework and flower  clamieH are exciting the attention of  the ladies, and in the cooking, particularly, there in sure to be a much  larger dlnplay than last year, *  J. D. M<Mireor ICasH provincial road  auperintendent, was hereon an official  vl������lt at the end of the week, following  . which a much*needed repair job was  Vernon at the end of. the wesek, where  they wilPne'placed in one off thfe^ex  hi hi tion cars of fruit being loaded at  that point, travelling by expiess froni  there to Montreal, wheoe they will  make direct connection with a steam,  er Railing/for the Old.Country. -Valley  ranchers will supply 60 or 75 hq*e*t$  Robert Stark going along to Took after  them at the~big exhibition;   .--*��������� *;"-'[  Ohairntan Constable of the iBoard eft*  Trade Reclamation Committee has Just  been advised by the fed^r^l department of the interioi- at Ottawa that  . ��������� * -      \ \    r       0  instructions have been issued tof*.' T.  When the Ogilvie Milling Co.,  Ltd., advise me of a drop in  Flour P immediately redude the  price accordingly, but ss I cannot always let you know through  the paper, X put a notice on the  pple at the poeiofKce.   'Z  Such a notice was placed on  the pole with the lower price.  Someone,"  however,   raised   the  '   ������x���������.00m���������.     ���������0J,4*    tX~x     0.0X-X    ������������������M*������..M      ~"-W    "     A.l^������^������.  llg^ltX^O       V       V*J   vuo ttg^ttt O      13-       W1UB  forgihg ssy ssotsce.  I will give $10 to the person  who can give me such evidence  as wilt lead .to the conviction of  this fcrger  We are going to give you the  best price on the best flour made, ���������  and suggest to you who c������n take  advantage of these prices, and  tsxiy yoiXT Winter's supply at  S4 ������������,  ftir   9S-1K Ji *aa-*������i-   **��������� ���������������-������-.-V  -Household - Patent' Flour.  I also put up tSfcB best Proven  Poultry Food known.  Y       T. M. EDMONDSON.  Fall Fair Exhibitors  With some the.impression prevails that exhibitors  at Oreston Fall, Fair can make only one entry in any  section shown in the prize list.  To correct this idea the; Directors hereby announce  that any exhibitor may make as many entries as he or  1*^*11^ _f\ m^t ~t\,r<������m mm*m^ tm*%^*-v II ~am mam mam        mm   *m AtWtx  mt- mm. ^m.m mm, mx   *��������� >a/>       mmmm. ��������� ^v  mm       mm  ������������������    JM ~*- m    -..-        ���������  --  omo ctooir-oo, au tuug Jew* i/ue pvixxr uav ruijutt auu coguui.*  tions as printed ate observed. >  By Order.of the Board.>  R. WALMSLEY, Secretary.  dattL.  eeas  -IA:, full  r^nge of Men's Di-ess Shirts just,  arrived���������the   wpll-known  John W.  ^eck  & Company line.    :  "'*"��������������������������� ������������������'"- ���������'-������������������;;>y'vy):':y;; \.   ���������  Men's * V Neck J<ersey$  Men's Jersey Pullovers  A full Hne of Winter Goods in stock.  ���������'.' V*  'V  LMAWSON RROTHRRS  XY*~~.Jp3~ t.T IUPV-fi.^1 Ja-#JllLV������/ JL JL JLJaJ^AVO  Better Service General Merchants Lower Prices  mm-~a~aa~-aaaaaaa~-aaaa~aa4aaaaaaaaaai  t'l  ~iMMitlmaimsti������imt4Si aMrmtAxnkr*mi.0.mmm0~,  .mmmitsmmmiaiiammmiimmmmtaSitm  i mi ii mn iiiiiiiiiii nm imii iiiiTiiniiMiiwiiimi  m  ���������aMsmrihitiartgww

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