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Array .<*.;  .:~0t,  vjrfC^      .      S  ������1 ������ ' r  tr _      -Ajie-  X ���������iiT*''"  irnGj.**  -I ...,.*   I WW        ^ J  \^S i   *���������    ��������� '.rf  JKJC* ������ JUG' YY  Vol. XIII.  CRESTON, B. C, FREDDY, NOVEMBER 19, 1921  No. 42  %���������  George Ayott. has been on the prair  ies the past few months,  to Kitchener.  has returned  '-.'. The combination of a two-inch  bhow*fa11 and a clear morning saw all  the local hunters on the wa*path Tu.es>  day. morning, this being the first snow  of-the season.  All will be pleased to hear That the  condition of A. w. Brain shows a  slight improvement.  BlRTH���������On Nov. 10, to Mr. and Mra  J. H. Conquest, a..danghter.  The pay telephone station has just  been transferred from the old store to  the new store of the Lister Tading  Co., Ltd.  Jack Burgess is a visitor here from  the prairie for a' few days this month.  The school children observed Armistice Dny by placing a wreath of  flowers prominently in the school-  house on Thursday afternoon last, in  bono* of those fallen in the great war.  Owing to the disagreeable weather  on Tuesday last the meeting of the  Ladies1 Auxiliary of the G.W.V.A.  had to be cancelled.  Wotd has just come of the appoint-  ment bf Jos. Bell as official registrar  of voters in connection with tne pres*  ent Dominion election. To be sure  your heme is on the list look him np  before the 28th.  Both coyotes and deer are rather  plentiful in the Lister district this  year, while a bear was 'seen' on tbe  road iu the heart of tbe settlement one  day last week by three eitisena���������all  prohibition ists.  A. K. F. ���������Bernard has taken over  the management of the LisW Trading  Co., Ltd.. store*   which  will  for the  {���������resent be open for   business  at the]  oilowisg hours each day:    Saturday,  9 a.m. to 6.30 p.m.$ Wednesday, 4.30  to 6 p.m.; all other .days of the week  from 1 to 6 p.m.  u  A. McKowan, who_.bas been in  Cranbrook for a few days, has returned to Kitchener.  Simon Taylor of Cranbrook arriyed  in Kitchener on a business visit, Sunday.  Mrs. Schmidt, who has been visiting  here for a few days, left on Tuesday to  yisit friends at Cranbrook.  Mr. and Mrs. B. DrifiU of Creston  were visitors here- for a few days last  -weeU-  G. A. Hunt is a business visitor at  Frickson this week.  LETTERS TO THE EDITOR  %>/Vo Partnerchip Affair  Fritz Molander was at  urday. s  '  Yahk on Sat*  Report of Kitchener school for October is   as   follows:     Honor   Roll���������  Edith Geroux,   Alice  Molander and  Fritz  Molander,  Ellen Andeen, Bea-  Margaxet   Cardiff,  Richard   Molander.  Perfect Attendance  Fritz Molander, Mildred Andeen.   Clara  Rnnt������  Beatiice  Moia&der.    Rosalie   Owens* l&chard  Molander,    Vera  McGonegal,    Alice  Cameron.  trice    Molander,  Rosalie   Owens,  Alice Cameron.  ���������Edith Geroux,  Editor Review:    .   _  Sib,���������Ithrts come,;to my attention  that some of tbe people of Creston and  district are under the * impression that  % am carrying on .bdsiness tinder the  name of Creston Oarfcage Company,  and this business consists of a partnership with others in Creston.  I therefore take this* opportunity of  advising your reader^that I am carrying on the transfer and cartage business solely on my own - account, and  that I have no partnership interest or  connection with anyjpther person, and  thai no other g^arsesh has any say or  interest in it. Z<%  In order to remote- anv further  doubt iu the matter Jewish to say that  I am carrying on tKa.business under  my own name, and wish- to assure my  patrons that any-work done for them  will be done by me-? personally and  that no other person will have any  share or interestxn'Mi  STANLSef? M. WATSON.  ported. However, we expect to hear  -of some any day as the animals are  yery plentiful in this section this year.  Geese and ducks are falling steadilv to  the local guns. "%  Horse riding in th latest occupation  of this community, mote especially  with the ladies, and every day parties  are to be seen on all the made enjoying this newest form of exoercise.  Ken. Dewar is busy these daya erecting a new barn on his property  near the Nathorst place, and will haye  same completed by the end of the  week.  Oscar Ofner ond August Benadetti  left on Tuesday for two or three days*  deer hunting in the hills nearby.  Matt. Hagen has been busy clearing  off the brush for the site of a new residence on the piece of land he lately  purehesed from P. Hagen.  H. J. Lafrainhouse, who has been  working at the Winlaw mill all summer, left on Snnday for J affray. Jack  Barraclough, who has been employed  at Wynndel box factory all summer,  has also gone to Jaffray, where he expects to get a job with his old partner,  Mr. Swain.  Mkse SMiaff  Mrs. Waddsof Crawford Bay was a  visitor here last week with her daughter. Miss Wadds. teacher" of Alice Siding School.  Walter Oa rr is another of the local  hunters to bring home a deer. He got  his - last week on Duck Mountain,  while out hunting with Mr. Pope of  Wynndel.  SitPtimr  Erickmon  Messrs. Sutcliffe and Constable last  week finished measuring the stacks of  hay on the fiats cut under Stockbreeders* Association .auspices.  Announcement has just been made  thatB. Dennes has been appointed  registrar of voters-. jnY Sirdar for the  making up of the 'voters list for tbe  coming Dominion election.  There will be a dance at the Sirdar  schoolhouse on Saturday night, Nov.  VVAX. t-. ,S������>1-       ~t..��������� ��������� Smxr���������    ~Jt ��������� -t      ..x     nlnnf      .������.    Q  JL&IH,   \Hvsl   USIJUIBljS    uue    v.i   DiAib  ai.  O  o'clock prompt - , Bring vour friends  along and all enjoy the hop. There  will be-excellent, mtiswi -  the total flats feed crop this  litttle less than 2000 tons.  year is a  m\Av������x.vx-  CassspLister Ladies' Anxiliaay .to  the G.W.V.A. put on a combination  whist drive and dance at the school*  bonne on  Fridav  ni&ht.   tehich was      ������������������      ���������   v  very largely attended- Those making I -**������' *"������<������* **������ ������?v������"e ^ % ,  the high scores at ear3s were iSrs. j afto? put m tor a bouse on the^ land  Cb^_HWofb and Jack  Jobmton* J^M^apjred. neaxmeja^ mm*,  ^S^h^^m%^&^^SA Thecal seWn was Opened on  Whist ceaeeTat 10 land ������Sen came a [Wednesday night last when^'dte a  Mr. and Mr".  Dennes got  back this  week from Revelstoke, at which city  they * attended   the.- .Mineral  of   Mrs.  w     ������.       > Dennes* sister,- Miss -Tunnydiffe,- on  We  hear  Wednesday     lastY i Bpceased     died  i vear is a l sua<tehly from atJ attack of heart failure, and her demise JS..-.--&H*- the   mora  keenly felt due to th&'&$t that it was  Mr. Harrison and son, Dennes, arrived back from Spokane on Sunday,  and all will be glad to hear that the  sight of one of the little fellow's eyes  is quite intact, but the fate of the  other one will not be known until af  ter an operation which will be performed on a return yisit in a couple of  weeks.  The assembling of rock still contin  ties on the mountainside opposite the  Kemp ranch and certainly there will  be a good stock of raw material avail  able  for  good   roads  making   next  spring.  Miss Irving, teacher of tbe local  school, in company with Miss Campion, the Lister teacher, were Armistice Day and week end visitors with  Cranbrook friends.  Miss Frances Knott, who is attending high school at Kaslo, bas just been  eieciea president of the literary society in connection with the young  people's work of the Methodist Church  in that town.  United Parmer members, and those  wishing to join, are reminded of the  annual meeting on Saturday "night,  Nov. 19th, at which tbe feature will  be th������ elec&i.>������ of -������aa������.M. J. W  Wood is the retiring president.  ��������� Guy Browell is leavingin a few days  for Calgary. Alta.. where be goes for  specialist treatment for his left arm,  which has been giyen him considerable trouble of late.  Creston Fruit Growers Union loaded out two more cars of apples at the  Siding last week, which 'will about  clean up this year's apple export from  CanyonCity. All told fiye straight  cars were loaded here.  Mr. Larsen of Yahk* who recently  purchased land in the New Sweden  section of the Canyon area* has this  'week commenced the erection of a  house on the twenty acre tract he has  acquired.  The United Farmer Social Committee whist driye announced for last  Saturday had to be cancelled. The  basement of the old school is now used  as a workshop by the contractors on  the new schoolhouse, and there- wafc  no room for the pleasttremakers to op������  erafce.  Hilton Young has been  selected as  registrar of voters for Canyon City  district, and to make sure your name  i is on the list interview him.  Ibert' Milner.                        then came a  splendid, spread of cako. sandwiches  and tea*"whieh was folio we&_ by daso  ing-dniii almost 2 a.m.t Mrs. Ivor  Chrieteusen presiding at the piano.  Kitchener-  Provincial police McLaren of Creston was a motor visitor to Kitchener  on Tuesday*.Y  Victor Serous was Kitchener's re**  presentatiye at the dance at Creston  on Friday night, returning on Sunday  Chester Paulson  kahe on Tuesday.  J. Dorman, bookkeeper for the  Kitchener Timber Co., left last week  for his home in Vancouver.  Mrs. Hunt and Miss Schmidt spen~  Thanksgiving with Mrs. Henderson at  Creston.  arrived from Spo-  large gathering of friends treated Mr.  and .Sirs. Marshall to  prise party at which  enjoyable time.  iii  uldtimt; Stir-  alt had  a most  Mrs. Brown, who has been visiting  in Cranbrook. for several days, returned to her home at Kitchener on Sunday.  Tom Anderson had ��������� a call last week  from his father and one of. his brothers, who were here for a few days  from the coast.**'-'v ''*  Grading work ib now under way on  the road diversion at the Simister hill,  and the easier grade that will be provided wil! certainly lie appreciated by  the haymakers who are obliged to  use this bit of highway.'  November sees the highest school  attendance registered this year. Miss  Wadds having an average attendance  of almost 14 scholars.  not known that she was iSms aiHieied.  .   *' *  -jj.-*-t-*-r- - .-r-  TijaakagivinsidiEner given.: by  .-^gsGnit? piano Ati^ms-'Kwwf.^ -  success, r There was a steady stream ofi  diners from 5.30 until 7.8ftp.m.,1 after  which the'floor was* cleared and dancing was indulged in until after midnight, to excellent music bvvMrs; Foreman of Creston and Mr. Price of Cran  brook. Children as well as adults  showed a willingness to.asstet in every  way and the neat sum realized empha-  is&ed the; fact that the citizens had the  genuine thanksgiving spirit;  TENDERS FOR DEEPENING WELL  Sealed tenders will be received by  the trustees of Alice Siding School  District up till Monday, November 21,  1021, for the deepening of the school  well. Full particulars to be had from  W. MATHER, Secretary.  mi  B  i  PUBLIC MEETINGS!  ��������� i ,       ���������  ��������� Z '        tt , \ "     ,  '"pyy ^'''''"'T'.'''''"'"''!?''*'?"'-"'"""1'^"^** "'**??*"I!."".I'"'"?'"****"TW'?'"T**^*'"'P'" ^^"l^ ""' i^������i*^i"*'i;������������������;'^i-^****i-*''"ii"'|e"**Mi' "' ���������-hw^m  FARMER-LABOR PARXY  will hold meetings on behalf of Candidate  CRESTON, SATURDAY, Nov. 19  Mercantile Hall, 8 p.m.  * mm0tg^mm%mmmf rm.     ��������� - -.- .  LISTER, 3 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 19  SUBJECT;  OUR PLATFORM  * .--��������� mi, *  Mr. HUMPHREY and Others  Everybody Welcome! Ladies Specially Invited!  1 ..t;     i   ���������;'���������- A\OX>.,HAV% THE ���������litmot :. Z-p^iZ^y-z  Mrs. Putnam, who has Bpent the  past month with friends at Hardisty.  Alta.3 is expected home tbis week. -  Clarence Maxwell,   who  has.  t&e past six QiQB������as.ai v-^uicouver ana  ��������� "^ ~.      .   m * ��������������� >������ *        "       ���������> tr%h    m' %    "  Nelson Daily News  of  Friday  last  contains notice of the marriage of A.  D. Pochin to  Miss Ruby Trega&kes.  , who hasriuat lately arrived from Eng-  spent j land.** ' Th<& ceremony, was performed  tLta,  Wynnilel  The United Farmers had a whist  drive and dance in the 01 ubhonse on  Saturday night, which was quite well  attended. The high score prises were  won by Mrs. Bathie and Ernest Piggott, while Miss D. Biitterfleld whs  well rewarded for her effort in landing  the low. scoring honors. A dainty  supper was seryed about midnight,  after which dancing was iri order until almost 2 a.iu. Everyone yoted it u  real, swell evening.  Dona)d Dewar Mt-on,Monday,for  Bellvue. Alta., where he expects to  to spend the winter. He ��������� anticipates  playing on the. Bellvue hockey team  thiB winter. h  Theflrst of the white goods fell here  on Monday, 14th when we were treated to all-day snowstorm, which put a  covering of at least two inches of the  slippery goods on the ground. .  A meeting was held in the school-  house oh Thursday last for the purpose of deyising ways and means of  raising money for the children's annua) Christmas tree. It was decided to  do so by subscription, and already a  very tidy sum has been raised. There  are ovor 100 children to provide for,  and it was also decided that the entire  evening should bo devoted to the children.  T, Garden, who left here last week  on a business trip to Pass points, returned the latter part of the week,  and Is once more assisting T. W.  Davies on his ranch,  Among the Creston callers this week  an* Mr. and Mrs. U. Roaindalo on  Tuesday, and E. S, Butterfield and  O. J. Wigen, on Wednesday.  Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Pone and family moved into the 'JM,. Wigen boarding house on Saturday for the winter,  having vacated the small shack at the  end of the P. Hagen orchard.  A. Nelson, tho Canyon City butcher  paid his regulur visit hero Thibwlay,  and announces that he will In future  lw here every ThurwHay between trains,  with a full line of meats,  The snow ou the'Kills has attracted  itil the Jpciil howlers out after the  deer but ho far no kills h.\ve been re-  PiTtsedimstovs oTtfire ������*������������������������,������.������������������  JBo-Operative , AsfiOcifttidh: had their  first meeting:Jh "the* new ������tote on SatY  .m-mlAr.��������� ^Srmt0>~0 H l._    Ixm-tAX-.-.    -S���������     -t--..-^-  ^-XVmS*.J    XStj^mm. JIUV    UHIlUIUjj      ������0    ������������*������**���������������  ready for operations;  loa. Stinson was home from Watts-  burg, where he is working, a few days  this week. He states that the big new  mill there is almost ready for operations, the logs for which will be flumed  at least twelve miles. In the opening  run down the flume the timber averaged the twelve mile trip in less than  40 minutes.  Rev. H. Varley was here for Eng  lish Church service on Sunday afternoon. Half a dozen young people  from here will be in the class for confirmation at Creston on the occasion  of the visit of the Bishop of Kootenay  to that town about the end of the  month.  Staples Fruit Company, Ltd.* haye  taken steps to have a supply of first-  class seed potatoes for the growers  next season. While in Calgary a few  days ago, Manager Staples purchased  car of Northern Alberta Ooid  Coin spuds, which will be here before  the end of the month. The government inspector, who. made inn official  inspection of the Valley spnds about  three months ago, stated that the  short crop was due to very Inferior  seed planted, and specially recommended the use of the Northern Alberta Gold Coin for Valley planting.  at tbe* i^Leison- JSdetnooist cnurcn on  Thursday- evening^Rey, ^.-B^West-  m������n -tHociaisn  _ -turdayearidYtKat n!^\ wj������re*^yettt  an old tietoe chirivari l^Yj&eyounflrer  generation, whue on  x*uesday*-night  a surprise party made, up of iill,. the  friend^of the "groom  dropped'in  on'  Mr. and Mrs. Pochin to extend a community welcome and. extend  felicitations.   A most enjoyable* evening was  spent at music, games,  etc.,   with  a  substantial supper beforeadjorirnraent  was taken at midnight.  ��������� -Pv -���������- lYf?S  i.   ��������� . ��������� r    -"��������� -��������� 0.1002? t  Get on the Voters List  Every member of  the United Farmers  Erickson local of  shonid he out for  the annual meeting on Tuesday night,  Nov. 22nd, at 8 o'clock. In addition  fco the election of officers, important  business in connection with the U.F.  convention at Vancouver next month  will have to bc taken up.  ��������� R. Thurston has been selected as  registrar of voters for the Erickson  polling division, and to be quite sure  you are on the list for the coming election it would be well to pay him a  visit and register.  The following registrars of yoters  have been named for the polling districts in Creston Valley:  Creston���������-R. Walmsley.  Erickson���������R. Thurston.  Canyon City���������-Hilton Young.  Lister���������J. W. Bell.  Kitchener���������O. A. Hunt.  Wynndel���������E. Butterfield.  Sirdar���������R. Dennes.  Reclamation Farm���������R. S. Smith.  As the Review understands the  Election Act you can register your  name with the gentleman appointed  for the dissrict in which you live up  till November 28th. Make a personal  call on your registrar and ascertain  whether you have been enrolled or  not.   It's up to yon. -  J. K. CHORLTON  TEACHER OF 'CELLO AND VIOLIN  I  Foil. Samri���������.60S Savage rifle, nearly  new, $80. Also one Winchester .22  automatic, in good shape. $18. - E. 8.  Butterfield, Wynndel.  As an Inducement to bectginnero I nm oiTcrlnir  SI lonaotu tor *aa.<������--fiaoo down and balance at  tlie ond of the term. Thin offer not good otter  November aoth,1021.  WOOD  1      \ai 11    *tmi*Jr\ w Cm  (Archibald Ranch)  Anglican Church Services  FOR   NOVEMBER  eth  Creston  7,30 p. tn.  Sirdar  10.30 cum.  lath  CresUn  10 e~m, and  t.30 p.m.  tilcksOii  'ftp.wi.  20th  Crwton  11.00 a.m.  and  7 90 p.m  itttt^ttttttttttrntttimimmim*.  2Tth  Creston  ttt&ta, arid  7.90 p.m.  4������f t. Dry Cotton-  * "l/VCIOO. A<4r 0���������bl* C01*0  DELIVERED  Parties wishing to haul their  own wood can have it at.;$Si  per cord at stump. Man, on  the ground to give delivery.  II, CHRISTIE, Agent mmm~\m\  '        fr    N������***^  LiJJUiyilxiJJlliMilll-WIW^l  3*j  BEVIEW,     CRESTOHi     HL     &  Discovered True Remedy  For Systematic Catarrh  es  A bad ^easK^of Catarrh is not an  easy thing-to treat,-and a remedy that  makes good, deserves great credit.  Catarrhozone certainly fixed ug* Chas.  H. Webb, who writes frora Woodstock: "For a number of years I was  troubled with systematic Catarrh.  Nothing helped me very much. I  used Catarrhozone Inhaler and got relief. To build up my system, I used  Ferrozone. This combination can't  be beaten. They made me well."  Your case may also be bad, but Catarrhozone will do for you what it did  for Mr. Webb. Two months treatment $1.00, small size 50c. All dealers or the Catarrhozone Co., Montreal.  ml  Homesteaders I  ��������� BY ���������  ROBERT J. C. STEAD  j -Published By Special Arrangement With the Author.  li)  (Continued)  "Independent of what?" she asked.  "Why,    independent    of���������of everything.     Nothin' more to worry about  and plenty laid   up for old age.   Ain't  that worth a sacrifice?"  "John," she said, turning and raising her eyes to his face.      "Answer  me a straight question.      What was  the happiest time in your life? Wasn't  it  when  we lived in the one-roomed  sod  shanty,  with scarcely a  cent to  bless  ourselves?      We  worked  hard  then, too, but we had time for long  walks together across    the   prahie���������  time to sit in the dusk by the water  and   plan   our   lives   together.      We  have done well; we have land, horses,  machinery, money.     But have we the  happiness we knew when we had none  of these?     On the contrary, are you  not worried morning, noon and night  over  your  work  and  your  property.  Don't you complain about the kind of  help the  farmers have to  hire nowadays,  and  the  wages  they have to  pay?     And if you get more land won't  all your troubles be increased in proportion?      John, sit down and think  this thing over.     We don't need more  property;  what we need is a chance  to enjoy the property we already have.  The one thing we haven't got, the one  thing it seems' we can't get, is time.  Time to think, time to read, time for-  walks  on  the  prairie,  time  for  sunsets and skies,    and���������and    kindness,  and all the things that make life real.  We have the chance, to choose now  ftetween  life and* land;   "'wofrtYyorr  XT,l~Vr     1+     riTl     rx. ������     ~~ir.3~i     r. xx A      , r,0     ..-.     . . ^1~.  ItlXxxXIX    AC    fXll    KJVt-A     iXf^CtlXl    tXAlK.    Iti I.    UO    OGCSk.  that, which is really worth while?"  "Now I know where Beulah got her  nonsense," he . retorted. "All thl3  talk about real life is very fine, but  you don't get much life, real or any  othe:- kind, -unless you have the cash  to pay down for it. You can't buy  beefsteaks with long walks over the  But she only whispered a -faint  "Thank you," and slowly folded the  paper in her fingers. He waited for  a minute, suspecting that she was  overcome, but as she said ��������� nothing  more he at length turned and left the  house, saying gruffly as he went out,  "When that's done I'll send you more  if you write for it."  It was now ten at night, and almost  dark, but Harris's footsteps instinctively turned down the road toward  Riles'. Riles' reputation In the community was that of a hard-working*,  money-grubbing farmer, with a big  bony body, and a little shrivelled sou'tj  if Indeed the latter had not entirely  dried up into ashes. <-A few years  ago Harris had held his neighbor in  rather low regard, but of late he had  been more and more impressed with  Riles'" ability to make his farm pay;  which was as great as jor greater than  his own, and' what he had once  But for the present it's your, duty thought to be hardness and lack of  iir -hr.*..* ~*r*.* v..,-,* *v.i������o.a ..a mtx ������r���������+ humanity he now recognized as simply the capacity to take a common-  sense, business view of conditions.  At the gate he met Allan, return-  Appetite Good,  Gained 20 lbs.  Could   Not   Feel   Better  From a nervous wreck this man I  was   restored   f.o  health,  strength  and happiness.  He tells his own story in this  letter.  Mr.     Ralph     A.     Roberts,  Lovernfj, Sask., writes:  "In 1917 J h������������3 lost all sppelit*.  failed 25 pound" in weight, become  very   nervoun   and  shaky   ond   in   fact  given ap all hope of recovery. For  ���������ome time I had suffered from connti-  pftti������5, which kept Retting worse, until  1 was faal becoming a total wreck.  Doctor* aneJ th'eir drug* were tendma  mo to my grave **.! the age of 39,  "Then 1 read about people being  reMored by Dr. Olm*-'* Medietneei and  after three month*' me of Dr. Ch������*e's  Nerve Food and Kidney-Liver Pill* 1  found ihat my bov/elf ���������were? retfored to  normal movement each day and the  constipation was r\> jv.oj"*. } hael ~ good  appetite, hud named 20 pound* ~n,  could not feel better, | thai] alwaye  be arwtefuJ  for thei* ini.e.to"  Dr. Chase's Nerve Foo<J, 50c  o hot.) Dr, Chase'* Kidhey������Uver  [Pill*. 25c a box, aii Atklen or  Edmanton, Bates & Co.- Ltd..  Toronto.  mmmmmmimmaammiiimmiimmamimimmmmmtmimimmimtmmm  W,   V,   u.   im.  prairie, nor clothe yourself and family  with sunsets. For my part I want  some real success. We've done  pretty well here, as you say, but it's  only a begiunin' to what we can do,  if. we set about it, and don't wait until the cheap lajnd is all gone. I don't  see why you should go back on me ait  this time o'life, Mary. We've stood  together for a long while, and I kinda  figured I could count on you."  "So you can, John; so you can to  the very last, for anything that is for  your own good, but when you set your  heart on something that means more  trouble and hardship and* won't add  one: iota to your happiness, I think it  is my duty to persuade ,you if I can.  We've been drifting apart lately;* why  not let us both go back to the beginning and start over again, and by  kindness, aad fairness, and liberality,  and���������and sympathy, ��������� try to recover  something of what we have lost?"  "I have always thought I had been  liberal enough," he said. "Didn't I  builel you a good house and buy furniture for it, and do I stint you in what  you spend, either on the table or yourself ? More than that, didn't I put  the title to the homestead in your  name? Aad ain't I ready to do the  same with the new homestead, if that's  the sticker?"  "I never thought of such a thing,"  she protested. "And you shouldn't  claim too much credit for putting the  homestead quarter in my name. You  know wheii you bought the first railroad land you were none too sure how  things would eojne- out, and you  thought it might be a wise precaution  to have the old farm stand in your  wife's  name." i  "That's all the thanks I get," he  said bitterly. "Well, I'll take the  new one in my own name, but I'll  take it just the same. If you don't  want to share in it you won't have  to  to-stay here and run things till we get  back."  "What are you going to do after  you get your new farm? You can't  work two farms a thousand miles  apart,  can you?"  "Oh, I guess that won't worry us  long. .The Americans are comin' in  now with lots o' good money. I was  figurin' up that this placets a goin'  concern, ought to bring about forty  thousand dollars, and I'll bet I could  sell it "inside of a week."  "Sell it?" she exclaimed. "You  don't mean that you intend to sell  this farni?" -  "Why not? If somebody else wants  it worse'n we do, and has the money  to pay for it, why shouldn't I sell it?"  The tears stood in her eyes as she  answered: "In all these years while  we have been building up this home  I never once thought of it as some-"  thing to sell.      It was too  near for  Xtxr.X    ~       ��������� m���������A       rx O      -xxx-tr. rxl-x 10 10 00 P      rx.Xm     ���������-. ��������� .  men, ti, ,j>ai e,  oi   uuiccivcp,  vjl   uui.   vejij  life. It seemed more lite���������like one*  of the children, than a mere possession. And now you would sell it,  jusj. ap you jnigl^t sell a load $f wheat  or ii. 'fat steer...    Is  this  place���������this  h*-4 ������Y1 V*-*.       "������l**i'10>*������       *-m.*\-*-.       T^,r������*v-������       t-mm.^, m-v-m-x       *->! .1       ���������Clm^Z\  V4/J-U       ,.xx\,i\i     JfKjKA     XXCm.Xr     ������,A.*J Y. Am    UIU     CLlLLKk  grey���������nothing to you? Have you no  sentiment that will save it from the  highest  bidder?"  "Sentiment is a poor affair in business," he answered. "Property was  made t' sell; money was made t' buy  it with. The successful man is the  one who lias his price for everythin',  and knows how t' get it. As for  growin' old and grey on this farm,  why, that's a grudge I have against it,  though I don't think I'm very grey  and I don't feel very old. And if I  get my price, why shouldn't I sell?"  "Very well," she answered. "I've  nothing more to say. Sell it if you  must, but remember one thing���������I  won't be here to see it pass into the  hands of Btrangers." She straightened herself up, and there was a fire  in her eye that reminded him of the  day when she had elected to share  with him the hardships of the wilderness, and In spite of himself some of  his old pride in her returned. "I  leave to-morrow for a visit* and I  may be gone some time. You reminded nie of your liberality a few  minutes ago; prove it now by writing  me a cheaue for my expenses. Remember 1 will expect to travel liko  tho wife of a prosperous farmer, a  man whoso holdings aro worth forty  thousand dollars cash."  "So that's your decision, it is? You  set mo at defiance; you try t' wreck  my plans by your own stubbornness,  You break up my family'' piece by  piece, until all I havo left is Allan.  Thank God, thi* boy, at least is sound.  Well, you aball havo your cheque, nnd  I'll make it a big ono that it may  carry yon the farther "  Even in the tooth of hla bitterness  the mention of Allan'fi name strained  tin**} mother's heart beyond her power  of resistance, and sho turned with  outstretched arms towards hor bus-  band. For a moment ho wavered,  the flami of love, still Hmouldering Jn  Mb broaHt, leaping up before the  bw.itli of her reftpoiiHo. But it was  for a moment, only, Weakness would  hav; meant Kurrendor, ami surrender  was the one UiJnR of which Marri������  wan incapable. Ho laid out bis  cour.-n*) with a clear conscience; ho  waa Rln<!ftrely working for the greatest good to blH family, and if hl������ wife  was determined to stand in her own  light It wa������ hhi duty to purBiio tho  courrio In defiance of her. Bo he  cheeked the Impulse to tako her in  hiH arms, and walked stolidly to bia  deak In the parlour.  He returned whortly nnd placed a  cheque In her handX Bhe looked ftt  it throunh rol������ty eye.'*, and road that  it wan lor two hundred dollar/), It  represented n two-hundredth part of  their Joint earnlntfM, nnd yet he  thought he vww denllii** liberally with  her; he half expected, In fact, that  hi a rnnfctumlmlfy would break her  dovn  where hjM Or inn ���������������-������������������-���������  had  railed.  If Losing Looks or Strength  Read This Carefully  Once you were: robust, bright and.  happy. To-day you are dull, worried,  failing in vitality and appearance.  Just when you should be at your best  you're played out and need a cleansing  medicine. Get the right remedy and  your blobd will redden, your vivacious  spirits will soon return, and you'll be  yourself again. You should use Dr.  Hamilton's Pills���������a truly wonderful  medicine. It drives away headaches,  and weariness, lifts the load from your  liver, tones up the stomach, puts you  on your feet in no time. ' Use Dr.  ^Hamilton's Pills and watch the result,  in a week you'll feel like new. All  dealers, 25c, or The Catarrhozone Co.,  Montreal.  ing from spending a social hour with  the Grant boys.  "Where going, Dad?" the younger  man demanded  "Oh, I thought I'd take a walk over  t*. Riles'-. There's a lot o' things t'  talk about."  "What's the matter, Dad?' ' The  strained composure of his father's  voice had������*not escaped him. t  "Nothin'. . . . J might's well tell  you now; you'll know It in a little  while anyway. . . . Your mother  is goin' away���������on a visit."  "Like Beulah's visit, I suppose. So  its' come to this. I've seen it for  some time, Dad, and yott must 've  seen it too. But you're not really  goin' to let her go? Come back to  the house with me���������surely you two  can get together on this thing, if you  try."  "I have tried," said Harris, 'Xnd it'a  no use. She's got those notions like  Bfeulah���������quittin'  work,  and   twilights  ^XKratfO'(K-0'>0<>0<KN>000000>0  ^ "Faddy"Appetites |  When the digestive organs are out ������  e! order you "neecl the help oi 5  t" Mother Seigel's Syrap. The herbal p  medicinal extracts of which the  Syrup is made restore tone and  strength to jaded stomachs, make  food yield nourishment and save  from the many ills which indigestion brings. Mother Seigel'e Syrap'  is now sold in 50c. and $1.00  bottles at drug stores.  voooc ooooocoooooooo  ������-������21  "Not if it could be helped, Allan.  But there is no help. Your father  has set his heart on more land, and  more work, and giving up this home,  and I might.as well go first, as last.  and sunsets and all that kind o' thing. ^��������������� *?t^- b.e/&.fS^JS-l **?  There's no use talkln' with her; lea  son dont' count for anything. I gave  her a good pocketful o' money, and  told her to write for more when she  needed it. She'll get over her notions pretty soon when she gets amcig  strangers. Go ih "and have a talk  with her, boy; there's no use you bein'  at outs with her, too. As for me, I  can't do -"anything more."  "I suppose you know best," he answered, "but It seems���������hang it, It's  against all reason that you two���������that  this should happen."  "Of course it is. That's what I  said & minute ago. But reason don't  count just no^v./ But you have your  talk with her, and give her any help  yoir can if she wants t' get away at  once."  Allan found his mother In her room,  packing a trunk and gently weeping  into it.^JHe laid his hand upon her,  and presently he found her work-worn  frame resting in his strong arms.  "You're not going to leave us,  mother, are you?" he said. "You  wouldn't do that?"  to work instead of to his family. I  bear him no ill-will���������nothing, nothing  but love, if he could only come out of  this trance of his and see things in  their true light. But as time goes  on tj.e gets only deeper in. Perhaps  when I am away for a while he'll  come to himself. That's our only  hope."  (To be continued-  Farmer.���������Would you like to buy a  jug of cider?  Thourist. ��������� Well,er-is-it ambitious  and willing to work?^���������:New York  World.    ���������  ^j -N.ighl'  v-" Morning    ...���������_,  Ceep\&ur Eyfes^  x-M&^r. - Clear ��������������������������� Healthy  J Writ* for Fi-va.Ey* Car. Book Murine CoMChitago.ttSA  V~\f  *      '  ���������i*fle>jwj������������*(ini������n.j���������  f-.<j(  ^.^mt^jtiii*" pi** ������ftrt*mtyfwm*wwiiW'^  ���������**%*^**rt%ff-^ ���������SZF&S^r.   1  rrr  TKE     REVIEW.     CRESTON.     B.     a  /  ���������*"/������?  BENJAMIN   H.  KAUFFMANp  -Reading, Pa.  ��������� "There's no doubt in my mind that  Tanlac saved my wife's life," was the  positive statement of Benjamin, H.  Kauffman, 505 Bingaman St., Reading,  Pa., popular clothing salesman for the  well-known firm of Croll 5. Keck:  "I was almost desperate from worrying o^er her condition, as she had  suffered so long without getting relief  and I can hardly believe my own eyes  now when I see the change in her.  Why, she doesn't show iter age by  twenty years and declares she never  remembers feeling better in her life.  Her health was failing steadily for a  year as a result of catarrh of the  stomach, and I have never seen anybody sufferYas much from, indigestion  and nervousness as she did.  "After a fi^e weeks' course of Tanlac she was like another person, and  I'm firmly convinced that years have  been added to her life. It makes me  shudder now when I think what the  result might have been if she hadn't  taken Tanlac in time." v  Tanlac is sold by leading druggists  and general merchants everywhere.  Two Halifax, N.S., men returning  from a hunting trip near Hubley's  Lake, brought with them a 750-lb.  moose. ���������  The sum of $21,000 is. to be spent  by the B.C. Government in converting the Boys' Industrial School,  Point Grey, into a home for blind,  deaf and dumb children.  Distinguished architects, sculptors,  painters and decorators are combining  to create a model doll's house for.  Queen Mary. It will be 8 feet high  and completely furnished. -'" -'-Z'[  Thirty-five lives were lost in the  wreck of the Ryiika Mara, a Japanese  coasting steamer, which was wrecked  near Kishibetsu, off the coast of Hokkaido, Nov.' 2. * The captain and the  crew of 34 were drowned.  The treaty of "peace between Austria and the United States became effective with the" exchange of ratifications by the two governmnts between  Austrian Chanceiior Schober and  Arthur Hugh Frazier, United States  commissioner in Vienna.  i  The League of German Industrialists has-voted to come to the financial  aid of the government by placing at  its disposal the foreign credit of the  league's members which it is estimated will yield one billion marks.  China's wheat crop has been so poor  that brisk demand for flour Is anticipated, J. W. Ross, Canadian trade  commissioner to Shanghai, advises  that 15 or^nore large flour mills  throughout the country may also have  to import wheat te keep them running.        '  Rose-Colored Crepe  Brightens Navy Trkoime  42. twall Aveaqua.  TORONTO,  writes: "On active service with the  R.F>C. I contracted piles through  sleeping on damp ground.  Treatment by the M.O. brought  ho relief,and various " pile remedies" I tried proved equally hopeless. Shortlyjifter my discharge  from the service a friend strongly  advised me to get Zam-Buk. One  box of_ the balm brought such  benefit that I: determined to^con*^.  tinue the treatment. In a" few"  weeks Zam-Buk caused the piles  to completely   disappear.      All  .  other sufferers should know of  this wonderful herbal healer."  Use ZAM-BUK for all your Skin Trouble**  Survey For Power  The city of Winnipeg has voted $10,-  000 for a preliminary survey of a City  Electric Power site at Stave Falls on  the Winnipeg River, where It is believed 30,000 h.p. will be. developed in  the next few years.  Russians Executed for Theft  Nineteen Men Shot For Stealing From  Government Stores '  Nineteen men have been shot and  40 men and women sentenced to prison terms after conviction before a  Moscow court martial for thefts of  diamonds, platinum and old silver and  jewelry from the government, stores.  These stocks were taken over by the  Soviet ������rom shops and individuals at  the beginning of the Bolsheviki ro-  sTtaej Chief Inspector of the state  control commissariat, M. Aventikyanz,  who has been executed, was convicted of stealing 50 .billion rubles worth  of gems and precious metals.  Okanagan Flour  Flour From B.C. Wheat Is Milled at  ' Okanagan  Flour made from Okanagan wheat  and milled in Vernon is now being offered to the public by Vernon's newest Industry, the Okanagan Farmers'  Milling Company, Limited. The mill  Is of, modern type, capable of produce  ing fifty barrels of flour daily. In  addition to the flour that Is being turned out, a good grade of bran and shorts  is being milled. ��������� Y  SAVED BABY'S LIFE  Mrs: Alfred Tranchemontagne, St.  Michel des Saints, Que., writes:���������  "Baby's Own Tablets are an.excellent  medicine. They saved my baby's life  and I can highly recommend them to  all mothers. Mrs. Trachemon-  tagne's experience is that of thousands of other mothers who have test-  By Marie Belmont  This attractive dress is an admirable one foi*the matron in need of a  pretty model for afternoon wear. It  Is made of navy blue trieotine enlivened with trimmings    of    rose-colored  ed the* worth of Baby's Own Tablets, j crepe. The latter is used for the  The Tablets are a sure and safe medi- loose under-sleeves as well as the nar-  cine for little ones and never fail to \rQvr nanels *^at flank the fron* of the  regulate the bowels and stomach thus  relieving   all   the   minor   ills   from  "Right Will Ee Right  It is officially announced that the  rule of the road in Victoria and Vancouver, and the Vancouver mainland,  is to be changed from the left to tha  right hand drive on January 1st next.  Heretofore, the left hand drive has  been used exclusively throughout tha  whole of British Columbia.  Unfit to Live���������Must Die  which children suffer. They are sold  by medicine dealers or by mail at 25  cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  To Exhibit at Chicago  The Province Of Saskatchewan Agriculture Department will have a large  4-V1x. ~. -r~L  vutvagei  Stock Show in December.  dress. Bands of the crepe also  make effective trimming about the  frock. Should the practical-minded  woijian consider/that the rose crepe is  too delicate, she might substitute's  contrasting shade of blue or one of  the reds that are so much to the fore  this season.  This verdict Is rendered a thousand  times every week���������no corn can live. It  must pass out. drop off, If Putnam's  Extractor is applied to corns and  warts. Use the old reliable "Putnam's," It never fails, 25c at all  dealers.  To Survey North  Dominion Government Engineers  are now en route to the North West  Territory to make a survey of the  lands, with a view of lowering th������  levels of the Lesser Slave Lake.  v  sSffsaW  OwAwfe-ilr/ttW  ffucu vfuiunvu  WOT  Nausea Try This  Simple Remedy  When you don't know whether it's  going to stay down or come up, when  you look like thirty cents, and feel  even worse, what you need is twenty  drops of Nerviline, In sweetened  water. Almost' like magic is the  change you experience. Those feelings of vomiting disappear. Thousands of hcm.es rely on Nerviline In  case of sour stomach, gas-bloating,  nausea and upset stomach conditions.  Get it to-day, large 35c bottles sold by  all Dealers. ���������"  Hard and soft corns both yield to  Holloway's Corn^JRemover, which is  entirely safe to use,, and certain, and  satisfactory in its'action.  Seal Herd Increasing  j..  YOUNG WOMEN  AVOID PAIN  This  One Tells  How  She  Was Benefited hy Taking"  Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.  ,      , ,   Begins, Saafc.���������* Tor two years I suffered from periodic pains and nausea  80 I was unable to get around. My  mother had trio take Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound, and I am much  better and ablo to go about all the time,  ���������which I could not do before. I recommend vegetable Compound to my friends  if I know they suffer the same way, and  you ma;*/publish my letter if it will help  any one, as I hope it will. "���������Miss Z. G.  Blackwbll, 2078 Osier Place, Regina,  Saslc.'  If every girl who suffers as Miss Black-  well did, or from irregularities, painful  Seriods, backache, sidoacho, dragging  own pains, inflammation or ulceration  would only give this famous root and  herb remedy a trial they would soon  And relief from such suffering.  It hardly soems possible that there is  a woman in this country who will continue to suffer without giving Lydia E.  Pinkham's Vegetable Conipound a trial  after all the evldenpe that is continually  bping published, proving beyond contradiction that this grand old medicine has  relieved more suffortaft among women  than any other medicine to the world.  For special advice women are asked to  write, the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine  Co,, Lynn, Mass. The result of fori*  ���������jnars experience la at your acrrlca.  W.   N.   U.   1394*  Big Exports of Wheat  Huge Quantities of Grain Handled at  Fort William?]'  During October there was marketed at Fort William a dally average of  1,720,488 bushels of wheat, loaded in  an avrage of 1,102 cars daily. This  shows a 35 per cent, increase over the  wheat loaded for the same month last  year. Since the opening of navigation on the 15th April there has been  shipped from Fort William and Port  Arthur 126,305,495 bushels of wheat.  Mina'rds' Liniment for Colds, etc  To Make Flax Fibre  A new company has been formed In  Manitoba with a paid-up capital of  $100,000 to manufacture fibre ^rom the  raw-flax. At the first meeting of the  company- it was decided to purchase  a mill at Neepawa, capable of handling straw from 2,000 acres of land.  Dutch Honey Bees  A consignment of Dutch honey bees  has arrived for the use of Kelowna  apiarists. The Dutch bee is celebrated for its honey producing qualities.  Apiculture Is becoming an Important  branch of husbandry among the fruit  farmers of the Okanagan Valley.  A Deauuiut  & Admiration  .-'. mmi~iSmr^-L'~������., j���������W,;3Sjf5* *. CTcatiucBt������������������-������������������'������������ui-.-  CARTER'S LITTLE LJVSR  PILLS  will do more to aeaa  up the skin than ail  the beauty treat  ments HI crea*  ation. An tm*  perfect sons-  ptexlen    to  caused  by a  sluggish liver  MiUiona of oeoole.old. young and x.iddie age.  rata them for Biliousaea* Du-zineas SMt  Headache vfoaet Stomach And for Sallow  Pimp-fr ~aA Bloach* Skia, The? ead tha  miaery oTCoaatipattoa  Omtt*i% *Mtt_fij������2������n fje5ff���������-Ssts!* Price  How's This?  HALeL'S CATARRH MEDICINE will do  what we claim for It���������rid your system of  Catarrh or Deafness caused by catarrh^  we do not' recommend It for any othor  disease.  HALeLe'S CATARRH MEDICINE is a  liquid, taken internally, and acta through  tho blood upon tho mucous surfaces of  tho system, thus reducing the Inflammation and assisting Naturo in restoring  normal conditions.  All Druggists.     Circulars free.  F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.  Valuable  Fur-Bearing  Animals  More  Plentiful on the Pacific Coast  After having1 been reduced In numbers from 2,500,000 to less than 125,-  000 through unrestricted slaughter In  the past, the great seal herd of th**,  Northern Pacific has under the adequate protection afforded them by the  government, again Increased, until today It is estimated that there are at  leaBt  600,000  of the  valuable mam-''  mala between the coast of Washington J    A Household Medlclne.~-They that  nn* ������,. .n. tthtsr.*. ts*. ATnairo &ro acquainted with tho sterling prop-  and the ley shores ott Alaska. Urtles of Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie Oil In  The Indians, who alone have been the treatment of many ailments would  Brahmins Avoid Friday.  Amongst the Brahmins of India no  business Is ever begun on a Friday.  PIPE or  PIPELESS  IJl-f^l   A MELL0WA1R  nilVlLH   FURNACE  Let a HEGL.A ;--fuynae^;ij;a-k--e'il'thie place of  .i jji^ heati*ng< system ���������  make, your house a real  home'.   Y y       '  permitted to hunt the seals under restrictions which compelled them not  to shoot them but only to spear them,  expect to capture about 2,000 seals  this year, *������he money valuo of tho  skins taken since the closed season  for sealing schooners was declared in  1917 is said to be about $500,000.  Queer City In Ireland  The most unique city in tlie three  kingdoms is Clogher, situated in the  south of Tyrone, Ireland, an episcopal  city, consisting ot a single street with  houses only on the ono side. There  is a saying In the north���������"AU on one  side, like Clogher.** The other side  of the street Is occupied by the wall  and overhanging trees oC the Macartney's demesne, which gives the place  a very picturesque appearance. Further, this street haa a cathedral, and  episcopal palace without a resident  bishop, and a deanery without a dean I  not be without it in the house. It is  truly a household medicine and as lt  is effective in dealing with many ordinary complaints it Is an inexpensive  medicine. So, keep it at hand, as the  call for it may conio most unexpectedly.  Spend your money at home, thereby helping your own town and local  merchants.  Minard's    Liniment  Inarlea  used  by  Veter*  ;Send:;^li]s;-p^'--  Coupon jfpr  'Ffee^Facis/;,  Tb-Nlt5HT!  MBOUft  WESTERN, UNITED ���������WINNIPEG  *"> ���������  t.ftaa, All parti o Ml are about  (Pip* or fipelajaat)* fttynmaOt  Nothing Else is Aspirin���������say " Bayer"  mn.  Warning. Unloss you .see name  "Bayer" on tablets, you are not getting ABpirln at all, Why take  chances?  Accept only aa unbroken "Bayet"  package which contains directions  worked out by physicians during 21  years and proved sate by millions tor  Colds, Headache, Earache, Toothache,  Neuralgia, Kheumatlsm, Neuritis,  Lumbago and Palo.   Made la Canada.  All drugglbts Bell Bayer Tablets ot  Aspirin tn handy tin boxes ot 12 tab*  lets, and In bottles of 2i and 100*  Aspirin is the trade mark (registered  in Canada) of Bayer Manufacture ot  Monoacotlcacldestor ot Sallcyllcacid.  While it li well known that Aspirin  means Bayer manufacture, to rpbIsI  the public against imitations, the Tab*  lets of Bayer Company will be et&mp������  ed with their funeral trade marie, th������  "Bayer CroiaV^ :XfvX  *.-jJx       ������f ���������������r t.-x.i.CJ-*'  f^    gp&^slCri u^^c^Ol  Early in December we move to our new store on Canyon Street.    Any kind of a "moving" is bad enough, but the transfer of a  Store Merchandise is unthinkable,   in order to deduce the job to the minimum we are putting on a  ,000 stock of General  during which such surprisingly low prices will prevail as will ensure at least a 50 per cent, reduction of stock new on the shelves.  No matter what you need; whether its for the^homej to eat, or to wear; get the very best value for every dollar spent by doing your shopping at this sale  Here are just a few of our Special O  reductions are every where in evidence ail over the store:  A  Q ROCE  Extra special offerings feature the Grocery department.  Don't complain about high prices when you can buy  Al first-quality goods at prices like these.    Check  them over,  make comparisons,  and then you will  appreciate how much you can save at this sale:  Broken Orange Pekoe Tea  Reg. 60c ib.;  Sale 3 lbs. $1.00  A blend of the choicest Broken Orange Pekoe Tea, as fine a  Tea for family use as it is passible to put up. You may pay higher  prices but we doubt if you will be able to improve on this blend.  500 Picnic Hams, 23c lb.  a"' '  At our sale last year there was a heavy demand for these  hams at a much higher price. This year we have even a finer lot to  offer, and at this price are sure to move rapidly. V  Fresh Ground Coffee* Reg. 60c lh������  Sale price 40c ib.  A Coffee of full rich flavor, composed of the choicest  growths. The cup of lingering pleasantness; you will enjoy it; your  guests will enjoy it.  Crown Olive Toilet Soap, 3 for 25c  A pure soap. Produces a profuse, cleansing lather. A  splendid household soap for the bath, toilet or household use.  Golden West Laundry Soap  Reg. 35c Cartons for 25c.  A well-known Laundry Soap that will give satisfaction,  will lessen labor and save money.  Men's Work Socks, reg. 50c.;    Sale 3 Pairs $1.00  200 pairs Men Socks at the lowest prices in years. Men in  touch with these values will realize how important these economies  are as soon as they see the goods.  Men's All-Wool Sweatsrs, reg. 12,50;   Sale $7.85  Now is the time yc u begin to get real service ont of a  Sweater. Thes������ we offer are all wool, firmly woven and comfortable.  Men's Ribbed Underwear, reg. 3.50; Sale $2,75 Suit  This is about the most popular garment on the market. It  comes in a pleasing ribbed manufacture. Very comfortable and  long wearing.    Splendid range of sizes.  Men's Horsehide Gloves, reg, 1,75;  Sale 95c Pair  Every pair must be sold. The prices we are quoting certainly cannot be equalled elsewhere. Take full advantage of tbis  opportunity���������you will not likely have another like it.  000 Stock  Shoes for special   and   every   day  wear for Mett Women  and Children.     Sound, reliable and distinctive,    distinctively   reduced.  In a wonderful variety of styles  for Men WomenYated Children.  Priced to   suitYevon   the   most  modest puree, and-guaranteed to  give you 100 c������nt8 %>rth of Shoe  service for   your  dollar.      This  special event offetfs a wonderful  opportunity to outfit th'e  whole  family at less than half their regular value.    Remember this is an  absolute clearance,  and the savings are so pronounced that there  is bound to be a great demand  ������ 0.1.- CSl.rx.-        .OV^j ~rx       VW.rv.v1A  lUI" SrtttS    IOIIUCO    uucicu,   a*J    wuujiu  advise, shop early.  Reg. 2.75.    Sale $2.25  per lineal yard  Special buying and extra special  reduction brings yon this offer of  Linoleum at the right time and at  a "pickup" price. Neat and effective designs, suitable for any  room. -..<,/  Perfection Oil Heaters  Reg. 11.75; Sale $8.45  A handy, convenient portable  Heater. JtiBt the thing where extra heat is needed. Will give 21  hours of solid comfort to a gallon  of Coal Oil. Is a small, but capable chill chaser.  LANTERNS  reg. 1.50;   Sale 95c.  Cold blast Lantern, made extra  strong, throws a good bright light;  an excellent general purpose Lantern in every detail.  SWEAT PADS  reg, 1.50.   Sale 95c.  Built to stand the wear and tear  of hard work. At this price there  is no exouse to punish your horses  with worn ont or inferior collar  easers.  I  PRINTS, Reg. 40c;   Sale 25c Yard  A splendid value in a good serviceable Print. The designs  are all neat and will make up nicely into Women's and Children's  Dresses, Waists, etc  Sweater Wool* Reg. 25c;  Sale, 2 Skeins for 35c  This yarn _is specially made for "Sweaters. It is a soft, heavy  pure wool, and w������ specially recommend it for making Sweaters,  Scarves, etc., -  DressTweeds,Reg.2.75; Sale$1.75 yd  No woman can realise until she personally inspects these  what extraordinary good values are being offered in Dress Tweeds.  They are in pleasing shades, and certainly this price cannot be du-  plicated elsewhere.  Flannelettes^ Reg. 35c; Sale 224-c yd.  Flannelettes that last season were costing you 50 cents a yard  jsre now ^IJing at 22 1-2 cents, and these are 35-inch Flannelettes  "in a; loveljrsoft, fleecy quality, and iii fa^fcood5 -assortment discolors*  and stripes.  FtasmeleUe Sheets, Reg* 3.50; Sale $2,75 Pedr  COMFORTERS, Reg. 4.75;   Sale $2.75  This is an event every housekeeper will be interested in.  The cold nights are getting nearer with each succeeding day���������prepare against the cold by buying some of theae. wonderfully warm  Sheets and Comforters at these saving prices.  Ladies* Cashmere Hose���������Penman's  Reg. $1.25; Sale 75c. pair  Trust Mrs. and Miss Creston to take advantage of values  like these. Penman's Cashmere Hose, full fashioned with hemmed  top, high spliced heel and double foot, nice fitting and long wearing.  Ladies' All Wool Sweaters  Reg. 12.50; Sale $8.95  A well-appearing garment of all-wool yarn, medium weight;  an. appropriate Sweater for any occasion. A showing that demonstrates conclusively that Women's Sweaters are best bought here.  300 Work Shirts, reg. 2.25;   Sale $1.35  Low prices, indeed, when you consider that these are the  highest grade shirts yrn can buy. Look tha whole town ovor and  yov won,t find such values as these.  Men's Bine Serge and Tweed Suits  Reg. 35.00;   Sale $27.50  -Every man wants to go ae far as he oan to get fine material  . and fine tailoring in olothes.     In this case, speaking in terms, he  doesn't have far to go.   For values you can't beat these lines.  Men's Tweed Trousers, reg. 7.50;   Sale $5.75  A complete clearance of these Trousers will commence on  Saturday and continue until every pair is disposed of. which will  not be more than a few days if extraordinarily low prices count for  anything.  ve|  i  *' ���������*}  FURNITURE" -Check up your needs in House. Furnishings.    During this sale very generous reductions prevail in every line of Furniture we carry  REMEMBER this Sale is at our Fourth Street Store only and that all Sale Prices are Positively Cash  There has lwen no lowering of quality to obtain the prices that will prevail during the sale, but there has been such a tremendous letting down of prices  that our Removal Sale will ntand out as a money-saving event of the greatest importance.  Shop Early!  Hundreds will be here.    Don't let the sun set Saturday without investigating this sale  Sale Prices are  Positively Cash  Sale at Fourth  Street Store  ;.VW^^."*^tWH ^*e!������*-V������,t-%.<t������  ���������--:*���������'w ���������* *r������* vrn^**^^  ���������p--yy\'i^mjkmmL-~~mm -J"?  THS CBESEON  BEYISW  /  ** ,**   y  /   -  Prize Takers at  Big British Show  Manager Loyeday of Greston Fralt  Growers' Union has just leceived mail  advice confirming the advices cabled  two weeks' ago regarding the winnings  of Creston Valley fruit at the British  AppleShowat London. England, early  this month, along with which is a detailed last of the winners in tbe various  varieties shown in the Overseas, section.  A perusuai of the list is particularly  gratifying to Creston Valley growers,  who haye a showing of one first, one  second and two thirds is five entries  in the Overseas department, and is  equally1 creditable tothe province as a  whole, British Golnmbia scoring no  less than six4 first prizes in the ^fourteen classes in which there were prizes  offered���������Creston Valley's win of both  first and second in the-Oox Orange being the outstanding provincial triumph. B.C.'8 nearest rival was Ontario witb four firsts, with New Brunswick and Nova Scotia each registering  two firsts.  As might haye been anticipated Ontario landed the premier honors on the  old reliable eastern favorite. Northern  Spy, but surprise will be expressed at  un  Bread 10c.  Starting MONDAY, NOV.  21st, Bread will be 10c.  per lo������ft������     ;  ICECREAM  SATURDAY  Tea, Coffee, Cocoa, Bovril  served in our Tea Room.  New Brunswick taking first place on  Mcltitosh Reds, And. Ontario having  the highest award on Wealthys, while  the Ontario five-box.lot of Wageners  captured the judges' fancy in the any  other variety class. Id addition to  Cox Orange the B.C. growers got firsts  on Kings, Blenheim Orange. Jonathan  Spitzenberg,'and Greening. Follow-'  ing is a complete list ofthe awards:  WFALTHY----  1. Ontario Fruit Growers* Associa-  . tion. Toronto.  2. Salmon    Arm     Farmers*    Ex  change, Salmon Arm, B.C.  3 Okanagan      United     Growers,  Vernon, B.O.  SNOW���������    '  j New Brunswick Fruit Growers'  Association.  2 Ontario Fruit Growers Associa  tion      .P   -i-  3 W."YG.    Littlejohn.     Erickson.  McINTOSH RED���������  1 New Brunswick. Fruit Growers'  . Association. .  2 Ontario Fruit Growets' Associa-  . -tion..*:  3 W.    G.    Littlejohn.    Eriqkson.  KING���������'   Z'  1 Salmon    Arm     Farmers'     Ex  change, Salmon Arm, B.C.  2 Ontario Bruit Flowers' Associa  tion.  GOLDEN RUSSET��������� ' ��������� *'.  1 Bei-wick -Fruit Co.,  Ltd... Berwick,Nova Scot!a.  2 United Fruit  Co.,   Ltd..   Kent-  ville.N.S.    J ��������� i j  3. New Brunswick Fruit Grower  Association.  NORTHERN SiPY���������  1. Ontario Fruit Growers' Associa  tion.  2. United    Fruit  Co.,   Kentville,  N.S.  1 BLENHEIM ORANGE���������  vgl. Okanagan      United    Growers,  Vernon.  2. Salmon   Arm    Farmers'    Exchange, Salmon Arm, B.C.  JONATHAN���������  1. Salmon     Arm    Faimers*    Exchange, Salmon Arm. B.C.  ***"���������-��������� - '������������������'-nnr-ri^  ~\  i  Crerar  The head of a great trading organization which unites its  trading with its politics���������a political theorist���������haa lost control of  the political movement he started and is bei^dmealntoim-  jgcssible positions by class rule extremists. He is under the  domination of Wood, the political boss of Alberta. He would  give effect to Free Trade, thus destroying Canada's industrial  and economic structure.  A Vote for Crerar is a V������i������ for Chass  So evasive that nobody knows where toe actually stands oa tha  great issues of the day. Fits his policy to suit his s&dle&ets.  Talks Free Trade to the West and Protection to Hie East  Specializes iii high-sounding phraseology. His party is pledged  to a large measure of Free Trade, but fails to suggest new  methods of-obtaining necessary National Bev-anuss.  A Vote for King is a  a in*  2. Okanagan  Vernon.  United . Growers,  BERT NORRIS  Poetomce Bik.  ���������'s-v;*;-;C?RSSTQ^  COX ORANGE���������  1. Kobt. Stark, Creston. B.C.  2. W.   G.    Littlejohn." Erickson.  3. United  Fruit Co.,  Ltd., Kent  ville, N.S.  SPITZENBERG���������  1. Salmon,  Am*     Farmers*    Ex-  '..   change. Salmon Arm, B.C.'  2. Ontario Fruit Growers' Associa-  *-��������� tion.       _  GREENING���������  .1. Salmon     Arm    Farmers'*  Exchange. Sal mou Arm, 3.C.  2. Ontario Fruit Gwiwera Ass������������cia-  :    tjqn.    _ j.-\ ...    .  ..... .    .  NEWTOWN H1PPIN���������      3  '.' '"������������������%: Ontario i������Tuit Growers'Association.  Easily the outstanding figure in Canadian public life to-day, and  the only real Leader in sight. Able, forceful, courageous* aad  upright in character. A statesman of demonstrated ability with  broad National and Imperial vision and an unassailable recosd.  Stands firm for the maintenance of a reasonable Froteetiv-s  ^arifi, and aims to provide the maximum amount of profitable  labour for all    , "V"-:*  A VOTE FOR MEIGHEN IS A VOTE FORA SPEEDY  RETURN TO MORE PROSPEROUS TIMES  Coleman ^r^-Lite  I Ribbed or Fancy Dome Shade ��������� $12.50,  ���������Generates its own gas from gasoline  ���������Perfectly simple and absolutely safe  ���������Gives a very bright white light  A distinctive feature of the Air-O-Lite La*mp is- that it  lights with common matches.  Explosion impossible; every part carefully inspected,  Gives 300 candle power light at about one-third the cost  of operatiug a coal oil lamp.  Requires to be filled once a week;  cleaned once a year.  Gasoline capacity, three pints���������which will burn  about  eighteen hours.  MAWSON   BROTHERS  The National IJ|je^ and ConeegvatU  2. Okanagan     United    Growers,  Vernon, B.C.  3. Salmon    Arm    Farmers'    Ex  change, Salmon Arm, B.C.  STARK���������  1. United  Fmlt Co., Ltd.,   Kent-  vine, N.S.   ,"������������������  2rOk������nagan    United.    Growers,  Vernon.    '���������'  ANY OTHER VARIETY���������  1. Ontario Fruit Gtowers Associa  tion (Wagner).  2. Salmon    Arm    Farmers'    Ex  change (Delicious). ��������� ,  3. New Brunswick Fruit Growers'  Association (Princess Louise).  Better Service  General Merchants  Lower Prices  Cockkrb&s Fob SAZJ3-i-*Somft Bftrr-  ed Rock cockerels for sale'.' from 200 to  275-egK bii-ds, $3 to ������B each. Try one,  and put some egg-'Jxying into your  flock.   Wm. S. McAlpine, Creston.  Attention to Necessary  Repairs  WILL SAVE YOU MONEY AND TIME!  Prices Right. Satisfaction Guaranteed.  AUTHORIZED FORD SERVICE.  FREE AIR.    Tires and Accessories.   AUTO LIVERY  All kinds of GRINDING done at reasonable prices.  GRESTON SERVICE GARAGE  LIDBATE BROS.       ..-..- - fHOhllz BI \  mWmm~~wWmWaa~wtmmm~~m~m~mamm  Personal  GREETING  CARDS!  Sample books of Personal Greeting Christmas Cards are now  on displav.  Come in and look them ovsr, and  give us your order now.  The designs this year are more  beautiful than ever, and they  will cost you no more than  ordinary Christmas Cards  later on���������and you will have  your name on each one as  well.  ORDER EARLY, while the  assortment is complete.  L  Beattie-Oatway  -.   Uinitei  Penman's Hosiery  When you think of Hosiery for fall and  winter you will, doubtless, be reminded   of   the   word    Penman.  We are pleased to inform you that the  following lines are exceptional in  values and qualities.  Men's all wool ribbed Sox, in Heather  and Black $ .75  Cashmere Sox... 75c and 1.00  Women's Black Cashmere Hose 1.00 and 1.25  Women's Heather Hose 1.00'and 1.50  Boys' Peter Pan for hard wear , 60 to   .75  Boys' and Girls, all wool, sizes 7, 7������, 8 85  Boys'and Girls,       "    *"   8J, 9,9J, 10 1.00  Boys' and Girls, all wool, size 11  1/20  WE ARE AGENTS FOR  Jaeger All Wool Goods in Hosiery  Underwear, Sweaters, &c.  Ask for illustrated catalogue of prices.  .*- ' *  \  Greston Mercantile Company  LIMITED mmmmammm  14 ���������  iY  e# .'*���������  '>Y;  m  l-l-  i'  m, ���������  THE     BEVT^m     fTRF;RTCVNf.     B.     C.  m  i?j*.  i  1  Community Life'Popular  New Settlements In B.C. Enjoy Pleasures of* S&^  Community|,;Iife.YMth the conveniences .and pleasures*b'f greater human  intercourse, are popular in the ranching and farming .districts of British  Columbia, and some sixty new communities have come into existence in  the past year, 'bringing the total number up to ������209. The new settlements  ar6 largely-created by the occupation  of new lands by soldier settlors.  ana*  das "Unknown Soldier  ���������^*���������  If Headachy, Bilious        ?   *,  Or Stomach Is Bad; -���������������������������-*  Take "Cascarets"  Proud of the wonderful endurance, bravery and achievements of  their soldiers, and rejoicing* in the great victory of righteousness and  liberty which they, by their heroic self-sacrifice, won for the world,  the people of all .the Allied countries in the Great War were anxious,  not merely to do honor to thcir glorious dead, but to erect Memorials  which woukLfor all time create a lasting impression on the minds of  fixture generations and remain a permanent influence, a national tradition of the highest patriotism.  Many were the suggestions advanced as to the form of such a  National Memorial, and noble in conception as many of these suggestions were, the one conceived and carried out by the British Government of bringing the mortal remains of one of the many thousands of unidentified British soldiers home to'England and interring  the body with all thc solemn grandeur and impressive services  usually reserved for sovereigns and great statesmen in the historic  Westminster Abbey, was admittedly the finest.     *���������  Here, lies Britain's "Unknown Soldier" surrounded by kings  and queens, the Empire's greatest statesmen, admirals and generals,  authors, poets and painters, and of all the shrines to be visited with  reverence and awe throughout the centuries to come, none will  command greater attention and respect than this tomb of an "Unknown Soldier" who gave his life in the Great War in order that  liberty should not perish in the world, and that millions as yet unborn should not be called upon to pass through the horrors and  sufferings of war. 's  This "Unknown Soldier" rests in peace in Westminster Abbey,  and at his tomb flowers are laid and reverence given, as the representative of all the hundreds of thousands of British soldiers, the  privates in the ranks, through whose steadfastness and self-sacrifice  the Empire lives today and its citizens enjoy the blessings of ^freedom and personal liberty. Britain's "Unknown Soldier" is representative of that spirit which built the Empire and made it what it  is today. But he is representative pf something even greater, finer  and nobler, namely, that which is the expression of the-greatest of all  love, the laying down of one's life for another.  So universal has the acceptance been that the British conception  of paying honor and tribute to, an "Unknown Soldier" constitutes  the finest of all Memorials, that it has been followed in France, Italy  and the United States. It has now been suggested that Canada  should do likewise, and that the remains of some one of the many j  Canadian soldiers lying unidentified in graves in France and Flanders should be brought to Canada in all honor on a Canadian warship and buried with fitting ceremonies, and in a fitting tomb, in the  capital city of the Dominion.  There should be no hesitation in acting upon the suggestion.  Tn no part of the world did the manhood of any country respond  Get a 10-cent box now.  Furred Tongue, Bad Colds, Indiges-  tion, Sallow Skin and miserable Headaches come from a torpid liver and  clogged bowels, which cause your  stomach to become filled with undigested food, which sours and ferments  like garbage in a barrel. That's the  first step to untold,, misery*--���������indigestion, foul gases, bail breath, [yellow  skini everything that is' sickening. A  Cascaret to-night will give your constipated bowels a thorough cleansing  and straighten you out by morning.  They work while you sleep. * Millions^  of men and women take a Cascaret  now and then to keep their stomach,  liver and bowels regulated, and never  know a miserable moment. Don'%  forget the childrenr-their little iDsides  no*ed a good, gentle cleansing, too.  ~~  YOUR TEETH'  HEAD INFECTION  i  By  RBA   PROCTOR   McGKij  D.D.S., M.D., Editor of "Ora  Hygiene"  i  KHEUMIIi; MMS  HUiLELi KEli!  America Has Premier Huntress  America's premier huntress is Sirs.  Frederick Dalziel, who has recently  returned from a big game shooting  expedition in East Africa with a cargo of . trophies of her prowess���������the  tusks of elephants and rhinoceroses,  the skins of seven Ijpns, the horns of  buffaloes, a leopard and cheetah.  GLAD HE TRIED THE  TONIC TREATMENT  more quickly and splendidly to the call to service than in Canad;  The youth of this Dominion did not stop to count the cost, but willingly offered their all in defence of home and country and for the  ^maintenance of national honor and thc continuance of human liberty.  Canada gave ovcr 600,000 soldiers to the armies of the Empire, and  one out of every ten rests in a grave across the seas. We cannot  bring them all back, but as Lieutenant-Governor Newlands of Saskatchewan says in endorsing the suggestion, we can, and should,  bring a representative. ' \  Canadians from coast to coast desire to pay all tribute to the  memory of their heroic dead. That tribute should be paid, not only  by the present generation, btit by Canadians throughout the centuries to come. In the Great War Canada found IF national con-  scienceness it had not previously possessed. This Dominion is bigger and better because of thc trials through which its people passed  and the sacrifices its soldiers made. In year to come the period of  thc Great War will be recognized as the turning point in Canadian  history, arid the deeds of valor of Canada's soldiers as the light  which spread a new illumination over the pages of our history and  inspired a new enthusiasm and gave birth to a truly national spirit  in Canada.  Generations yet unborn will recognize these truths to a far  greater degree than we do today. Standing at the tomb of Canada's "Unknown Soldier" in Canada's capital city, future Canadians  will pay homage to the sturdy sons of the Dominion who in the*,  years of thc Great War proved themselves worthy of thcir country  and their race.  F-v cry thi ng that can be done to keep alive, and intensify thc  pride of Canadians in their country and,in thc achievements of thcir  fellow citizen* should bc done in thc interests of Canada. Everything that cJin be done to show lasting honor to Canada's heroic soldier,-*, will, even <a\ be small in comparison to what those soldiers did  for Canada r*nd the honor they brought to this country.  Canada fbotiid follow in. the footsteps'of Great Britain, France,  Italy and the United State?, by preparing a magnificent national  Memorial to her soldiers in thc tomb of an "Unknown Canadian  Soldier" at Ottawa.  Through Its Use Strength and Vigor  Was Restored  To be.tired after exertion, is natural. Rest "and food restore the body  to normal after such fatigue. But to  be tired all the time is.a symptom of  an ansemid condition that will not be  corrected until the^blood is built up.  ���������Such an anaemic condition is so  gradual in its approach and generally  so lacking in acute pain, that it is  often difficult to persuade the sufferer to do anything for it. But it is not  a condition that corrects itself. If  the blood is not enriched the trouble  will increase. The nerves will be  undernourished and neuralgic pains  will follow. Digestive disturbances  often result from thin blood, sleep is  disturbed and a general breakdown  may occur.  Mr. Wilson Johnson, Nineveh, N.S.,  says: "A few years ago   my   system  wias   in a   badly   rundown condition.  My -nerves   seemed   always on edge,  and I found myself so   weak   that   I  could hardly do any work.   I suffered  from   headaches   and frorfl>pains in  the 'back and under    the    shoulders,  and was often so sleepless   at,   night  that,  when   morning   came I felt as  tired as when I went to bed.     I was  taking   medicine   all the time, but it  was doing 'me no good.   Then I read  the testimonial of a man whose condition had been similar to mine, and  who   strongly   recommended Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.     I decided to give  this medicine a fair trial, and when  I had taken six boxes I felt much better.     I   continued   taking   the   pills  until I had taken six more boxes,, and  I can only say I am glad I did so, as I  am now enjoying the best   of   health,  and I advise all men   who   feel   run  down to give these pills a good trial."  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills can be obtained from any dealer in medicine,  or by mail at 50 cents a box or six  boxes for ?2.50 from" The    Dr.   Williams Medicine -Co., Brockville, Ont.  ; The 'great majority of bodily infections are due to abscesses in some  part of tho head, usually in the mouth,  throat, nose or in the little cavities  that are located in a chain from the  base of the nose backward to the under surface of the skull.  v These cavities are called sinuses.  * Whenever there Is an abscess that  causes absorption of the poisonous  material into the blood stream, it is  called a focus���������a focus of infection.  : The reason so much attention is  given to mouth infections is not because they are worse than any other  infections, but because there are so  many opportunities for infection in  the mouth. ,    ���������  There are twenty temporary teeth  which, in the normal course of life,  are followed b3r thirty-two permanent  teeth. Consequently, every one of  us has the possibility of fifty-two  sources of infection in the mouth  alone, unless the teeth, both temporary and permmanent, are properly  cared  for.  Every infection shortens life either  very slightly of very considerably. In  o/der to keep a clean, blood stream,  points of infection must be removed,  but how much better it is, and how  much more sensible it is, to avoid  these infections.  So far as the mouth is concerned,  infection can almost always be avoided by proper care, in time.  The best time to begin preserving  your health for the future is now. Just  think of the wonderful opportunities  ahead of us in this country. Only  those who havo health and energy  can havo tbe success of which they  are capable. Pus is the enemy of  success.  A | *HE racking', agonizing rheumatic  1   ache is quickly relieved by an application of Sloan's Liniment.  ���������' For forty years, folks all over the  world have found Sloan's to be the  natural enemy of pains and aches.    *���������  It penetralervrithou. rubbing.  You can just tell by its healthy p  stimulating odor that it is going to do  you good.  Keep Sloan*$ handy for neuralgia,  sciatica, lame back, stiff joints, sore  'muscles, strains and sprains.  At all druggists���������35c, 70c, $1.40. ���������  ~~S?9x *t%__\ Ma(Je in Canada*  liniment  Best Show of Saskatchewan Sheep -  "The best sheep show ever held ia  Saskatoon in which exhibits were confined to Saskatchewan," was the comment of J. G. Robertson, livestock  commissioner, at the first of a seriea  of winter fairs, which concluded with  a sale of exhibits at Saskatoon. Two  hundred spectators attended the show,  but bidding was "slow with few buyers.  :verpoey  Beecham's Pills after a fair  trial. Those praise loudest  who have used thern longest. The great merit of  Beecham's Pills has been  proved all over the world.  There is nothing but  praite everywhere for  .Sold everywhere  in Canada.  Ia boxes, 25c, 50c.  MONEY ORDERS  Send a   Dominion   Express-*, Money   Order.  Five -dollars costs three cents.  DANDERINE  Weii Worth Tqdiig. Sufferers from  Asthma who have tried many forms of  treatment without beneficial results  should not succumb to despair. They  should at once procure a package of  the genuine Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Asthma Remedy. The remarkable record  established by this standard remedy  isYconvineing proof of its extraordinary merit in the treatment of this  agonizing ailment. If you are one of  Asthma's many victims try Dr. J. D.  Kellogg's without delay.  Stops Hair  Coming Out;  my Want Hospital Act Amended  Joseph Needham, of Unity, Saslc,  was elected president of the Saskatchewan 'Hospitals Association ^at th������  annual convention held in Regina recently. Before the close a deputation visited the Provincial Government with the request for 'nmiidraents  to the Hospital Act.  Worms sap the strength and undermine the vitality of children. Strengthen them by using Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator to drive out the  parasites.  Thickens, Beautifies.  Tt^.r*. -.-.t  ���������mr  -���������;boD'Drs*'$  KIDNEY  JU*?  XS,  There Is more action hi an ounce of  !<tf,i>n *>u*n a ton of eWei-unt, '  Mi*n3rd's Liniment for Distemper  If a, man la wis������ he never   jura    a  liornelV: n*������������t to find out wliut'.-j In it.  [087 THEP!  *-���������  W.    W    Tr    J 39*  M!)!e������r'������ Worm Powdern fjelrforn fall.  Theoy "rr>rn***HllMHy attack (lift vmrrrtH  nnd i.xp<'\ Ui'trri Irom tUft nyM-wii. Thcy  are complete in (h-nnfiplv���������*(���������, not only  a������ a worm dentroyer, but uh a hlRhly  bf-rieflcial MMjlolne for children, cor*  rftotlnK wr-ak ditjcHtlor** and rciUorlng  tht. debilitated uyutem lo healthful-  rif-nH, without wlilr-h'lit* tfro-yvUi, Of tho  child v*iU be retarded tuntj ita conati-  tailor* weakened.  Hardens Money-Metal  A procoss has been discovered for  hardening money metal, which resists most .acids, so that it cau bo  used in tho mnnufacturo of toolp that  require -sharpened edges.  Externally or Internally, it is Good.  ���������When fippliod externally by brisk  rubbing, Dr. Thomua Eclectrie Oil  opens the pores and penetrates the  tlHHue, touching tho soat of the trouble nnd immediately nfCordIng relleP.  Administered internally, it will still  the Irritation in the throat which inducer coughing and will relieve affections of the bronchial tubes and respiratory organs. Try it nnd be convinced.  A General Feeling  As a last desperato means of getting back lo normal almost every  good citizen is willing to have the  other fellow take Huiallor profltfl.���������  From tho TluUtynore Sun.  The Sunny Side  A man once planted; two rose trees.  one on either side of his house. The  trees were equally strong and healthy,  but after a timo the one grew and  prospered, the other withered nnd  died. Then tho man discovered that  the living one was on thc sunny side  of thc house. Live on the sunny side  of the streets     Don't do shady things.  Keep Your Health    USE   85-cents buys a bottle of "Dander  ine at any drug store. After one application you cannot find a particle of  dandrufE or a falling hair. Besides,  every -,hair shows new life, vigor,  brightness, more color and abundance.  America s Pioneer  Doff Remedies  BOOK  ON  DOG    DISEASES  and How to  Feed  Mailed    Free    to.   ~-7  Address  by  tEo  Author        __  H.   CLAY   OLOVER  CO.,   INC.,  118    West    Slst-atreet,  New York, U.S.A.  TCE^IIK  i  CORNS  Lift Off-with Fingers  (Uy. your 1-vf*,* rrtf*rr-1<rin'������> r\ ''!*rvnre,  Buy di. hornr  Mloard'n Liniment for C������*-rfl������t In Cows  ITCZEMA  ���������     ment for Kezfrna imd ������lcfn" IrrlO.  m~m lUiim,   if tAloten al otic������ and trftfltt-  ������������������ slly.heftlti the *k.in,   Rwnple box Jpr.  You are no*  experiment*  (Itig when  ������f>u i}se,J>f.  thEae's.Olnt.  THE OLD RELIABLE. TRY ITt  Minard'p Liniment Co., Ltd., Yarmouth, M.S.  SUCCESS  TeOtfl  of    fertile  Heal thy  chiolca.     Kvori  efifKB.  iloltH.    Jflvory  bird    kept     in  .ir, beam ttie mm.   ������*mpie pox i>r.  .LbMe'ft ������>liiu������*4ft*s Us*. It you tueuUon tm*  Binpeer and send 3<s. bump forponuie. poo-m  (wi- nl* (teftlerri or Jtaomatofc, ttalel  Omlted, Toronto. .  SQa-t  MX, |  ��������������������� am  vigorous houltliy,  profitable condition, by Na-  turo'rt tonic.  rRATTfl roirwriiY  KISCIUIjATOR  Booklet "Practical  Pointer*' aliowa tha  way to profit and buc-  ceM.   "Write���������  PIIATU  POO������   CO.  OF CANADA  XilMrnSD  'JPOllONTO  Doesn't hurt t% bit I Drop a Uttl-t  "Freezone" on, an aching com, instantly that com Btopa hurting, thon Hhort*  ly you iltt It riffht ott with ftngoro.  Truly t  Your dmgalat Bells a tiny bottle of  "Freezone" lor a tew cent**, wufuuleufc  to remove every bard corft, soft corn,  or corn between th������ toe**, nnd the <5al������  Inner), without loreneia or lnitolton.  *"' '" ������������'l������������"l'll'i������"llil������*Iil'liiiilillliriillllllfn litm.ei ut.ix..l~.....~i...i..,., ���������^-"���������"'������������������"���������ni,  a ia r.i riewaekii^iitefcii i ih i M*iei������MeiU*attrtMiiitt*yw-*������������������***������ r"1*" *****" **'* ������n  m mt- hwp m im^'taraitt^tt^mFeimmw^tiit't'wi^ti^irttt^^.a^q^  Mosm  MMMI^MM,,.MtMt^MB,MM.M,MM !' ff-S. . i  ������������������a.jrx**  ,yl-r:?  TUV;    -RKVtFrfV*-.*    r*RFRTOX.      B.      C.  A*  iiway soar  cisioii On  ales  Winnipeg.���������No decision will bo rendered in the application for permission'' to allow the'^Canadian Pacific  Railway Company the right to *enter  the Drumheller coal field over the line  of the Canadian National Railways,  until a -public hearing has been held  at Ottawa, it was announced by the  board of railway commissioner.*?.  Declaring -that the basic industry of  Western Canada���������agriculture���������was  faced with absolute prostration; that  farmers were leaving the country for  the cities; aud that grain traffic of the  railways showed absolutely usurious  returns ranging from 351 per cent, to  457 per cent., H. J. Symington, K.C,  representing the Manitoba and Saskatchewan Governments {fhd the United Grain Growers, Limited; asked the  board of railway " commissioners to  make drastic and material reductions  in the grain freight rates in western  territories.  At the conclusion the board announced decision would be withheld  penfRng a further hearing to he held  shortly in Ottawar  Lloyd George May  Yet Attend Conference;  ,.,s-:  Washington.���������Mr/Lloyd George,  in a personal message delivered at  the state department by Ambassador Geddes, expressed regret at  his inability to attend the7opening  session of the conference and declared that nothing but the in-  tensely de JI cate state of the Irish  negotiations and matters relating  to unemployment legislation in  parliament ��������� precluded his.attendance. He stated that he hoped  to be present before thei conference reached the deciding stage of  its momentous work. v.  Fire Destroys Ontario Homes  WESTERN EDITOR S  *^v .'*T&&������8riZS?  f-tKZZj'Jtm ''P^Ul  ZfW   *   "  *���������**��������� >-  ������*���������*    ���������* * *.    *    T if        1  *������-������*}*  - s*   ,������> V.  -   .  V  .? '  ,-*  - *$,;j  >USX **  y  ''     '$&.  X  "mt    *^x'-  4  3  .                          -t  *������������������**-    :'  vt~~j  *  tt*     .m_    j  -.-\  -&���������-.    '"  '-��������� \  K  ���������*,  J*' -  <  -*V2               r      ���������  m        *               '   A-"-     4  T j   r  -fi.&i*     '  i  * - A  J i    -JM***  M������l    'm.%&J.  '  }-,���������  Trouble In Montenegro  *.   Natives Rebel to Secure Independence  From Serbia  London.���������An insurrection has broken in Montenegro for the purpose of  securing Montenegrin independence  from Serbia, according to an Exchange Telegraph dispatch from Rome  which connects the -insurrection with  the Albanian situation.  A Montenegrin battalion, says the  message, has seized the highly important strategic height of. Mount  Lovcen.  Vast forest fires, alleged to have  been started by the Serbs,   are   rag  ing  in the vicinity of Podgoritza.  The advance of Jugo-Slav troops  into Albania has been arrested by  heavy counter-attacks on the part of  the Albanians, according to a Central News dispatch from Rome. *  New Shippers to Trail Smelter  Nelson, B.C.���������Six new shippers,- all  from the Slocan, sent ore to the Trail  smelter during the first week in No--  vember. The week was also notable  i'or having one of the heaviest . ton-  noges of the year, 11,307 tons oi ore  and concentrates being received. The  total receipts for the year to date at  Trail stand at 348,508 tons.  Selling Out Racing Stable  Winnipeg.���������D. J. McDonald, well-  known race horse owner of this city,  is going out of the racing game and is  selling his entire stable. Phil Patch,  2.05 1-2, one of the leading pacers in  Canada, losing only four race's'this  season, is among������the liorses to be sold.  Only  at  Two    Members   of   Family  Kearney Escape  North Bay, Ont.���������Five persons dead  and one child badly burned, was the  total reached in the casualties of a  fire which destroyed three houses at  Kearney, Ont.       )  The dead are:  Mrs. Fred V^heeter, her baby girl,  Doris, aged . three months; Doric,  aged about three years;' Roy Wheeler,  aged about six, and Sophie, 17, who  died " from burns. Another child,  Mildred, is in a critical condition.  The only members of the family tc  escape > were  William, aged 23, and  Hon. CYD.' MacPherson, Daily Graphic, Portage la Prairie, Minister Public Works Department, Manitoba  Government.  Id Is Settling  Down To Work,  Says Lloyd George  Freddie," aged nine, who jumped from  a window at the'rear of the house.  William ��������� made a brave attempt to  rescue his mother from a front room*  but she failed to answer to his calls.  She was dead.  The tragedy occurred during the  absent of Mr. Wheeler, who had left  for North Bay, a distance of about 25  mile3, on an -early train. He was informed of the fate of his family by*  a telegram which was handed to hinY  at tbe station here and* sobbing pitifully he sought the nearest telephone.  The meagre information available as  yet does not account for the origin  of the fire.  Japan Facing Deficit  Situation Will Make the Strictest  Economy Necessary  ���������Tokio.���������Japan faces a deficit of 30,-  000,000 yen for the present fiscal year,  the cabinet was told by Baron Taka-  hashi, minister of finance. He added  that current revenues indicated the  figure might be even greater. Commenting on his statement, the Yonii  Huri Shimbun says:  "The situation renders strict economy in framing the new budget absolutely necessary. The finance department thus will have to resort to  the broadest policy of retrenchment  in* examining ... the* dr^ft estimates  presented by each government department." '  ^ London.���������Mr. Lloyd George, speaking at the Lord Mayor's banquet, de-  clared, that there was a better prospect of Great Britain's proposals to  Ireland being heeded today and Ireland accepting the invitation to enter  the British commonwealth as an equal  than for years, but that the conference was stall in % critical stage. Beyond this he carefully refrained from  divulging the results or the possibilities of the conferences which ^renow  being held with the Irish -representaT  tives.  In his opening remarks the Prime  Minister valluded io the* economic  troubles afflicting the world, such as  followed the Napoleonic wars. He  expressed the conviction that the  force of the ��������� cyclone was already  spent, and followed with a recital of  numerous symptoms indicating that a  revival was coming, particularly the  fact that "in every land the Blackness  that -seemed to overcome -labor is  passing away."  "The world is settling down to  work," said Mr. Lloyd George, "and  it is work alone that will fill the de  pleted tills which will enable purchases to come to the markets. The  blue sky is beginning to emerge. Tho  Washington conference, summoned  by President Harding, is like, a rainbow in the sky, for, without the assurance: of., peace, restoration of business is impossible. Z tt  "This conference comes none too  soon. So far the war has not had-  the effect which every sane man anticipated from It, in arresting ��������� the  growths of armaments. Man is, the  most unteachable of all animals. If  you inflict punishment upon any  other animal he quickly learns the  lesson. But, take the lave war; it  was. the most terrible destruction.; ia*  the history of the world. That lesson was scourged tTeep into the fiesh  of the world; and yet no -sooner are  we out of it than the jiations spend  their substance in devising and  amassing fresh engines * for war;  fresh subjects spring up everywhere  to justify war. <*- You might imagine  that the one purpose and glory of  national, organization was liuman  slaughter.  HALIFAX EXPLOSION  WRECKED HER NERVE$  The reader will, no doubt, remember  when a few years ago there was a  collision iu tho Halifax, N.S., Harbor  and one of the munition ships was  blown up, causing great loss of life  and laying a large portion of the city  In ruins, and causing: a great deal of  Buffering and distress among the inhabitants.  Mrs. Winfleld Dill, now of Windsor,  N.S., was living in Halifax at that  time and went through tbis trying experience and tho shock wrecked hor  nerves. She wrltoB as follows:���������"I  was living in Halifax at tho timo of  the explosion, and it wrecked my  nerves so that I could not do my  housework. I would take such nervous spoils I-would ho under tho doc-  tor's care.  I saw Miiburn's Heart and Nervo  Pill a advertised, so I took two boxes,  and thoy helped mo bo much I took six  moro, and now I am completely relieved. I can recommend them to any*  ono suffering from heart and nerve  trouble."  To all those .who, Buffer from nerr-  voua shock wis would recommend our  MILBURN'S  HEART AND NERVE PILLS  as the best remedy to tone up tho ���������������������  tJre nervous Byfltem and Btrougthen  the weakened organa. Miiburn's  Heart and Nerve PiUa aro the original  heart nnd nerve food having been on  the market for the past 27 years.  Price, BOc a box at all dealer*), or  mailed direct on receipt qf price by  Tho T. Milburn Co.. Limited. Toronto,  Ont.  Increase in  Manitoba Population  1921 Census Shows Province "Is Growing Rapidly  OUawa.-~-Thc result of the 1921  census shows that the, population of  tlie province of Manitoba increased  from 461,190 in 1911 to 613,008, an increase of 42.92 per cent. The population of Winnipeg increased from 136,-  035 inngii to 17S.364 in fosi, an increase of 42,32!) per cent. The city  of St. Bonil'aco increased from 7,483  in 1911 to 12,81<J in 1921, an increase  of 5;333, or 71.20 per cent. A recent  bulletin from ihe census department  gave St. Boniface a population of 13,-  816. This, it was explained, was duo  to 'a typographical error.  The city of Brandon increased  from 13,839 in 1911 to jl5,359 in 1921,  an increase of 10.99 per cent. Portage La Prairie-increased from 5,892  in 1911 to 6,748 in 1921, an increase  of 14.60 pei* cent.  ! Open  ChUd's Bowels With  California Fig Syrup  Your little one will love the "fruity"  taste of "California Pig Syrup" even if  constipated, bilious, irritiable,. feverish,  or full of cold. A teaspoonful never  fails to cleanse the liver and bowels.  Jn a few hours you ."can see for your-1  ���������self how, thoroughly it works all the  sour bile) and undigested food out of  the bowels and you hare a wellY playful child again.  Millions of mothers keep "California  Fig Syrup" handy. ., They .know a tea-  spoonful today saves a sick child tomorrow. Ask your druggist for gen-  uine/'California Fig Syrup" which lias  directions for babies and children of  all ages printed on bottle. Mother!  You must say "California" or you *may  get an imitation fig_syrup.  Returns From  Perilous Journey  Small Motor Boat made -Journey to  Siberian Coast  Vancouvei-.���������The little- motor ship,  Casco, captained by O. L. Lee, under  charter to tho Hudson's Bay Company,  has returned from an adventurous  journey to th North Siberian coast.  The Casco left here early in Jnne  and visited a number of ports in the  Behring and Siberian Seas. At Pet-  ropavlosk, while repairing gas tanks  on a launch alongside," two of tho  Casco's crew were killed in^an explosion. They were Q. A, Clucas  ���������and J. O. Overhill, engineers, Sydney  Elvy, of Vancouver, sustained severe  burns when ho tried to rescue Clucas  at tho risk of his life. '  Britain Objects  t������ French Priority  Agreement Regarding Reparations Injurious to British interests  Washington.���������Objections have been  made by the British Government to  the Loucheur-Rathenau agreement under which Germany would pay a considerable part of preparations in kind,  that is in building materials and machinery, for the reconstruction, of the  northern departments of France.  The protest, which has been forwarded to Premier Briand by cable  from Paris represents that the  agreement gives France a priority  in payment over other allies and is  thus injurious to British>interests. ^  Comment among members of the  French delegation to the armament  conference is that It was really upon  the suggestion of British statesmen  that the French Government authorized,, M, Lou ch qui- to negotiate with  M. Itathenau. p       -  Th������ London point of view was that  Germany could never pay more than  a percentage of reparations in cash  and that France ought to take products, iu part payment.  U.S. Loan Declined  Victoria Can  Raise Funds in London  When Required  London.���������A Melbourne dispatch to  the Exchange -Telegraph Company reports W. M. McPherson, treasurer of  Victoria, as announcing that he had  declined "a tempting offer of a United States loan to Victoria." ������������������ The declination, he said, was because of the  fact that he had completed negotiations in London for, a loan to be available when the government here desired to raise funds through this means.  Britain Will Pay  Interest to U.S.  At  Arrangement Haa-Been Made to Fay  ������50,000,000 Yearly  London,���������An arrangement has been  made to begin paying tho interest on  tho debt owned by Great Britain to  the United States at the rate of ������'50,-  000,000, yearly, It was announced in  the House of Commons by Sir Robert  Home, chancellor of tho exchequer.  Sir Robert mado this announcement  in tho course oi a statement on tho  budget prospects. Ho added with  emphasis:  "I hope thia remark about tho debt  wo owe the United States will not be  mado tho occasion for any discussion  of tho Inter-allied Indebtedness. It  does not conduce to tho friendliness  of tho feeling between the United  States and ourselves to dlscuBS that  wattw at. all at present."..  W.   N.   U.   1394  Auto Runs Into Water  Four Men Have Narrow Escape  Through Driver's Error  Prince Rupert, B.C.���������Four mon narrowly escaped, drowning when a*clos<  ed automobile in which they were riding plunged over a wharf hero and  sank in tho harbor. * -The men wero  trying oift a new car, and tho driver  threw It Into "high" when he meant  to apply tho brakes. They had to  light thoir way out of tho closed car  while under water.  v.  Shorn of Splendor  Lord Mayor's Show In London la  Curtailed With a View to Economy  London.���������The historic procession of  the Lord Mayor of London was shorn  of much of its customary splendor  with a view, to economy in the face of  prevailing distress. The usual banquets in connection with the election  of new mayors throughout the country  wero abandoned in many places for  lhe same reason.  IBPIPti  i  .���������.    " *' ���������*.'"#" * -  OnChestjFacejArms. Burned  Badly, Cuticura Heals.  '*���������    ,.   '*Ever since! can remember, my  chest, face, and arms were filled with  dry, red pimples. They were scattered all over me, and itched terribly  at times, and I scratched them, causing them to fester and get sore.  Sometimes they would dry away and  form scales which burned badly.  " Then I used Cuticura Soap and  Ointment. I had used them two er  three times when 2 felt better and I  was healed with one box of Cuticura  Ointment together-with the Cuticura  Soap." (Signed) Miss Bertha Kass,  RusseM.Manitoba.February 19,1919.  Use Cuticura Soap and Ointment  for. all toilet purposes. Soap to  cleanse*. Ointment to heal.  Soap 25c, Ointment 26 ������������d BOc   Sold  tbroiiehoutthcDominion. Canadian Depot:  Lvmans, Limited.St. Paul St..Montreal.  iPyCutkur* So*������ (duffM without -araie  am'���������^mmmmmmmaaaimiimmaamtmmmmmmm.mmmmmmmtm  Report Antl-Bolahevlk Revolt  London.���������Cecil Harmsworth, undersecretary for foreign 'affaire, replying  to a question in tho House of Commons, stated the government had received a report that an anti-BolBhevist  revolution had broken out fn the  southern part of Russia. He mid no  Information had been received regarding a report that General Pctlura,  TJkranlan Inador, waa ������n-������inft������rjhn������- th*  revolution from Rumania.  Fine Ripe  tOMHA ft  Tomatoe  3 BeaiJpkes  TOMATO KETCHUP  Tost ft 4uh s~io tip to tho MVtmot fitb, et<L  Tho well spiced and seasoned fine ripe torn*.  toes cure a wholesome and tasty relish.  Mado from Canadian Produce and told everywhere In Canada,  i-  %*%. AXXJCi  il-EB'S?'.  ������**������iE    nvvnTO*  JLVJA    unvu>ii  Local and Personal  Your   photo   makes  an   excellen  Christmas gift.    Aeher's studio.  Mrs. ladgate returned on Friday  from a week's visit with Mrs. Forrester at Kitchener.  Dry Wood Fob Sale���������16-inch cob-  tonwood. $4.50 a cord, cash on deliyery.   Fred Smith.  Miss A. Doyle of the Staples Fruit  Co. staff, is a holiday visito* with her  parents in Nelson this week, -- 8  Fob Sale���������Well bred driying horse  in good condition, or will exchange for  good work horse.    Robson, Wynndel.  There's Many a "Kick"  Where  You Least Expect It!  ������.������.*.  ���������r-   -  .-J"  .  ***?  . it. ���������   *>*  . ,\   v.;.-.'--  Look at this picture and ponder. Father thought  there was no more "pep" in the old nag, hut his  wayward daughter discovered that there "was a  wallop left in each old hoof and she used the  one horse power battering ram in self defence.  Think farm life is dead from the neck up? No  "kicks'* left in it? Oh I what a lot you've got  to learn!  See the simple life exposed-���������^get next to  Nature���������������������������-watch* the All Star Comedy Cast teat  the veil of secrecy from the romance of rural  righteousness Li  ������i& m** FIVE-REEL Cotnedij Sensation  *MWM ������t Till  1-ReeI TRAVELOGUE    and    SCREEN MAGAZINE  Next Saturday���������Katherine MacDonald in "Thunderbolt."  Billy Vernon Comedy, "Petticoats and Pants."  /vii Kinds of Wood For Sale  Dry or Green  I have  1000 Cords at your disposal.  Come in and talk it over.  All kinds of contracts taken and estimates given on same.  Stan. M. Watson  Office:    Mrs. Brace's old stand, opp. Methodist Church  IF YOU ARE THINKING  OF BUILDING NOW  IS THE TIME!  No doubt you will pay more money  for lumber uext year.  WK HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF LUMBER  All kinds of Mouldings and Finish  Shingles and Brick  Canyon City Lumber Company  The toadies' Aid of the Presbyterian  Church are having their annual bazaar on Tuesday, Dec. 6th, in Speers'  Hall.  Lost���������On November 13th, between  Alice Siding and Duck Greek, a raincoat. Owner please leave at Reyiew  Office.  Creston Bakery this week announces a drop ih the price of bread frona  12������ to 10 cents & loaf, effective Monday next. -    -  Mrs. R. M. Reid of Macleod, Alta.,  is renewing old acquaintances in Ores-  ton this week, and is stopping with  Mrs. Speers. *--  Mra. W. 8. McAlpine returned at  the end ot tb'e w$������k, after a two  weeks* vacation with friends at Proctor and Nelson.  All Victor RecordR-r-"His   Master's  Voice"���������formerly   selling  at  $1  and  1.65, will sell for 85c. and $1.50 in fut  ure ateBeattie Oatway, Ltd.  Spireuua CdBsrcnERE���������Por appointments, call or write Mis. H. B.  Peairs. Box 67, Creston. Residence,  over Mawson Bros, pool room.  Chas.  Faas,   who   is  now   making*  headquarters at Grand Prairie, Alta.,  arrived home at the end of the week  for a week's visit with his family here.  For Sale���������Bay horse, 0 years old.  quiet, anybody -can drive hint; also a  lot of driving harness and a light democrat, going cheap. S. M. Watson,  Victoria Aye.       ~  Geo. Truscott of Battleford. Sask..  is a yisitor here this, week with his  mother, Mi's. H. Truscott. He is en  route to Harrop, where be has settled  with his family.  We erred last week in the repore of  the executive elected by the" local  branch of the Farmer-Labor -partv.  Instead of F. Simister the report  snould hdye read W. T. Simister.  Dr. J. H. Hamilton of Revelstoke,  the Liberal candidate in West Kootenay, was here on . Monday for a ctifT-  ferenctj with his supporters. Owing  to pressure of professional bubiness it  is probable he will retire from the  fight.  Although none of the French-made  poppies were available for sale here on  Armistice Dav, the members of the  Women's Institute turned out a home*  made substitute for which there was a  great demand, some 4-jO of them being sold.  Popular prices of 50e. and 25c. Will  prevail at the dinner which the Methodist Ladies* Aid are serving in Speers*  Hall on Thursday night next. Nov.  24th, from 6 to 8 o'clock. Hot roast  chicken, pumpkin pie.' etc., will feature the menu,  r-  N. Schade is back -from a eoaple of  months 8tay.at his farm* at RosthernV  Sask., and reports crop in that pro- _  yince to have averaged up well. . ��������� On I  his own place he helped thresh 200  acres of wheat that averaged 52 bushels to the acre.    -...-���������������������������-  Rey. J. B. Stirling;*; of Nelson, who  took the Presbyterian services here on  Sunday, had a fine turnout iu the evening, at which he fayored with a well  rendered tenor solo, "Forever with the  Lord." Rev. J. A. Jfrmes took the  work at Nelson the same day.  crowd of buyers,  so shop early.   See  announcement on page ~.  The biggest crowd ever- seen at  whist drive and dance in atr least three  years was in eyidence on Friday night  for the Women's Institute card party  in the Parish Hall. 25 tables of players were in evidence, and still there  was not tables enough. Iiie prizewinners were MrsY.'-F.Foster /ana Mf.  Osborn. A splendid lunch followed  cards and at 11 dancing started with  Mrs. Foreman and Mr. Alex. Lidgate  furnishing the music. The cash intake  was just over $100.  Creston's brass band, which has  been dormant for almost two years  back, has been reorganized with W.  Truscott,   president; Gr   Hehay,  vice-  President! and E. Craigie,*���������'*.-. secretary.  Ir. Hendy has been appointed bandmaster, and as he has had much experience as a band leader is may  confidently be expected that the town  will shortly haye the pleasure of hearing the best band in the town's history. The first practice was held on  Tuesday night, with thirteen players  in. attendance.  Shoe Repairing  * - ���������  Men's .Half Soles, $1.25  Women's Half Soles,-$L00  Guaranteed for 6 months.  Ales* Mirabelli  Shoemaker   - -    CRESTON  on  1  GilsoaiOQ Radiator FSgid  QGa.n't freeze. Best on the  market.    $2.50 per gal.  ford Power Plaits  20  horse  power.     $200 laid  down.  Complete line of  DayleEveready Flacl.ligl.ts  and Batteries  -  Batteries Stored and kept  Charged for $1 per mpnfli  Greston Auta ^ Supply  ft. S. BEVJN, Prep.  P.J111  ^Rlch in Butterfafrand from  TuberculiMssted C^ws  CREAM FOR SALE  at all times  7 Quarts or 14 Pints for $Y. 00,  LIMITED  ML ll  III    I      ll I Hi liniieewe-���������1���������������iI  Miss May Gemmell, national girls  work secretary for the Anglican, Baptist, Methodist and Presbyterian  churches in Canada, is to be in Creston next Monday, and will address a  meeting in the Presbyterian Ohurch  at 8 p.m., to which all are invited.  Ii. W. Humphrey, Farmer-Labor  candidate in West Kootenay, will address the electors'"Of "the valley on  Saturday night, at 8 o'clock, in Mercantile Hall, assisted'by looal speakers  All are invited to come out and hear  the farmer-labor platform discussed.  Through the accidental discharge of  a shotgun which he had taken with  him on a trip to the 0ats for hay on  Friday last, Lionel Moore lost the tops  of the second and third fingers of his  right hand���������amputation having to he  made of the digits near the first  knuckle joint.  Bigger and better than ever is the  promise of the ladies in charge of the  annual bazaar of Christ Church,  which will be held on December 2nd  in the Parish Hall. In the evening  there will be a dance for which Mesdames Lister and Foreman will provide the music.  The first snowfall of the season was  in evidence on Tuesday when in an nil  day ettovv to proyido the white Roods  about thvjee inches of it accummuluted,  a good deal of which is still here.  Along with it came the coldest weath  er of the* season���������Hi above zero on  Thursday morning.  None should miRS the picture show  nt the Grand on Saturday night, the  feature of which is Mack Bennett's big  five reel slde*>splitting comedy, "Down  on the Farm." Ovor an hour of continuous laughter in assured, and along  with it will ho a ono-rool treyelogue  and one reel Screen Magazine.  There was quite a good turnout for  the semi ���������religious Armistice Day  memorial service on Fridav afternoon  at the present soldiers' memorial. A  very brief addi-ettn was. given by Uov.  II. Varley, and Hey*, .fames and  Knox also assisted at the service,  whieh opened with the doxology and  closed with the national anthem.  Thrifty honrewlvos are to have an  exceptional opportunity to do the sen-  I son's Hhopping at the big removal sale  whl������"h Htlifts at, BpeiM-M* lower store on  'Saturday, und <*lnao������ Saturday night.  i Nov, 20t n. The yery highest quality  lln*������������ In staple goods- arc offered ;<t  pi-U-t't* thut are sure to attract a l������!rf  MOUNTAIN VIEW RANCH  WALTER V. JACKSON  LAND REGISTRY AOT  Section 1*80  m THE MATTER of Lot 147 of Lot  812, Group i, Map 730c, Kootenay  . District.  Proof haying been filed' in my office  of the loss of Certiflcate of Title No.  14401A to the above menth ned lands,  in the name of Surah Catherine Mo-  Kim, and bearing date the 22nd April,  1911. 1 HEREBY GIVE NOTICE of  my intention at tlie expiration of one  calendar month from the first publication hereof to ismie to the said Sarah  Catherine McKim a provisional Certfl  cate of Title in lien of such lost Certifi  cate. Any person haying any information with reference to such lost  Certificate of Title is requested to  communicate with the undersigned.  Dated at the Lund Registry Office.  Nelson, B.C., this Sfch day of October,  021.  E. S. 8TOKE8, Registrar.  Date of first publication, Noy. 4, 1021.  MINERAL ACT  FORM P  Certificate of Improvement*  NOTIOE  Kirby Fr.,' Kirbjr Fr. No. 1, Kirby.  Itirby No. 2. Kirby No. 3, Kirby  No. 4, Kirby No. 5 Mineral Claims,  situate in thn Ainsworth Mining  Division of Kootenay District.  Where located :   At Riondel.  Take notice that I, A. H. Green, acting as agent foi* A. J. Curie. F.M.C.  No. 80500c: W. .. Kirby, F.M.C. No.  30387a; BJ. L. Kirby. F.M.C. No.  ������05.S8o; Freida Burgoss, F.M.C. 80504c;  and R. V. D. Guthrie, Free Minor's  Certificate No. J10580o, intond, sixty  days from date hereof. Us apply to th'e  Mining Recorder for a Cor ti flea to of  Improvements, for the purpose of ob  taining a Crown Grant of the above  claims.  And furt.hfT take notice that action,  under section 85, most ho comm*>nci>d  before the insuiin-ae of such-Certificate  of Improvement!),  Dated thin 22nd dav of S*>ntt*tr-h<*r,  A.D. 1021. ' A. H. GREEN.  Is there any  in  the  House?  This Is the first question that presents itself  to the housewife if an  unexpected visitor drops  in for a metal. But why  worry? Y  Shamrock Brand  Hams and Bacon  Finest  Quality  Cooked Ham  Lunch Meat  Bologna9 &c  are always to be had  here.- In meats nothing  quite equals 'Shamrock'  products.  P. BURNS  &  tjUa; LlOa  Spepslsef     #  laid Aet Aiaeadaents  . HHnlmtam arte* of ttrst-elass land  reduood to $5 an acre; second-class to  lt.60 aA acre.  Pre-emption now confined to surveyed lands only.  Records will be granted covering only  land suitable for agricultural purpose*  and which la noa-tlmber land.  X>J-������frsfi mil���������Tb Its*     ���������'��������� ��������� ���������      r * m * ��������������������������� ������ :*l������-et> a  jrsrcn-STssa-is-prs-ouivuvziB MraiiBB������u,  but parties ot not more than four may  ^*������?S?s- Jt2LtJ������5?55ent������P**-<wnptionB  necessary-isaproysaasst-, ������a respective  claims. ��������� ��������� *" .- . ������������������-���������������������������������������������  _ Pre-empto������& must oooupy elaima for  svo ye&rs aad mak������ hnprovements to  value of $10 per acre, todadina clear-  ins *tad cultivation or at leaatg acreB.  before receiving Crown Grant.  Where pre-emptor In occupation not  less "than 8 yeara. and has made pro-  portionat-Hmprovements, he may. be- *  cause of ill-health, or other cause, be  granted Intermediate certificate of improvement and transfer hia claim.  Records without permanent residence may be issued, provided applicant makes Improvements to extent of  1800 per annum and records same each  year. Failure to make Improvements  or record same will operate as forfeiture. Title cannot be obtained In  '^".J^KP B y������ara. and Improvements  of $10.00 per acre. Including 6 acres  cleared and cultivated, and residence  of at least t years ere reguired. ^  Pre-emptor holding Crown srant  may record another pre-emption, tf he  requires land In conjunction with his  fffiffis wi**0?* actual oooupaUon. provided statutory Improvements made  ma residence maintained on Crown  granted land.  Unsurreyed areas, not exceeding 20  feres, may be leased aa homesftea;  ^ll*.y\ bft ���������������**������������ ������<t������r fulfilling residential and Improvement conditions.  For graslng, and Industrial purpoaes  areas exoeedlng ������40 acres maybe  leased by one person or company.  timber land not exoeedlng 40 acres  SJISLS; Pjurohaa^: eomdlUons include  payment of stumpage,  h������N-tV5Jil-MK jpeMUIowa^ Inaccessible  by J.6.?Jflti,Vf ***&* may be purchased  conditlonaTupon construction of a road  to them.   Rebate of one-half of coat of  ������i& HPLSS06^10* hal' ���������* Purchaai  price, la made.  PRE-EMPTOR6' FR1R GRANTS  ^ ACT.,  The mom of this Act la enlarged to  ftf ���������w,ffi..Bt������*>^TUfiaaiy'a Foroea. The  time within whloh the heirs or devlsVea  5* a deoeaaed pre-emptor may apply  for t tie under this Xot lawtendS  ������2Sf fni������2?i.d IV* ttomihm dtitoTof  m No fees relating to nre-amDtlonsa-re  due or payable T������y Hon   m  ���������amptiona reoordod after June ft. foig  Taxea are remitted for flva ytmxi.  Provision for return of moneys accrued due and bean paid ainoe AuguSt  4, 1014, on account of payments. Tees  ^i^^.fkS0"^!"' W?8mpt������.f*M  . *ntcir<<lt 5>n.syomenta to"purchase  t������wn or city lots held by mambeiSrof  Allied Force.,^or dependents, aomUred  direct or Indlraot, remitted 'froin an-  Hntment to Ufaroh tt, 1HI0.  %U|l-PUI������OHAJ������g^OF GROWN  ProvlaJon made for issuance of  Crown granta to sub-purchaneru    of  purchasers who railed to complete  nurchaaa. Involving forfeiture, on ful-  nilment of oondltlone of purchase, in.  terest and taxes. Where -uKpuAi".  era do not olalm whole of orlgmal ������������r.  pel, PurohMf prloa due and taxes may  be dlatrlbutad proportionately war  X^*^fe_>MM������������*l������������  rnxuit  be  made byMay irJlfeo?  jqrstamatio  ORAZINO.  ^ Oraalng Aot. J919. for   _��������� ���������  -fl!-0Vl\\*}^s_\-!W<?-0 lna"t>v wh������:  vides for graslng dlatrlots and ranee  administration under Commisaloner  Annual graslng permits Isautid based  on numbers ranged: priority for estab-  Hahad owners. Atook-owners may  form ABBOoltttlone for ranse mjvnairo-  ment, AiFraa, orpartlally free, nermit-i  tor aatUetr*, oanlpars or travailers, up  to tan bead.


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